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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1914.
5 n t: it K tt a it tt tt tt tt tt tt K . tt it tt ' tx :: , tt K ts it 3 8 8 2 8. The FIT GUARANTEED Every one characteristically DOMESTIC in exclusiveness of pattern, in delicacy of coloring, and in fineness of workmanship. Our stock of these renowned Dresses ranges from 98 cents to $1.98 Perry & Camp 75 North Main Street Barre, Vermont TALK OF THE TOWN Seo the new neckwear at Vaughan'a. Fornitura di vendere al No. 5 Sem inary, " , Kid gloves, .new fresh stoek, . at Knight's. , . Cdet hose, women's boys' and girls', at Knight's. , A son was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. John Redmond of Maple' avenue. George Webster of Pearl street re sumed work to-day, after a few days' illness. , , Mrs. D. H. Cutler, who has been ill the past week, is much improved and able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. LaRoe, who have been spending the past few days with relatives at Burlington, returned to the city to-day. The speciut meeting of Ruth chapter, No. 33, 0. E. S., which was called for Wednesday evening, March 25, has been postponed until April 1. . Supt. M. J. Dooley of the B, & M. T. & P. Co., left Saturday for Boston and other points in Massachusetts on bus iness for the electric road. Asst. Supt. W. F. Corry is in charge of affairs dur ing Mr. Dooley's absence. 8888888n8888n888888t88::8S884 Spring house-cleaning magnifies the advantages of the Sectional Bookc ase Its sections prove so easy to move about, its interior proves to be so free from dust, and it is so adjustable to spaces and new arrangements, that the value of it cannot be described save in superlatives, " We have a full line in many styles and finishes at prices ranging from $3.23 to $5.00 per section. 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 .. 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 a 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 TALK OF THE TOWN IB. W. Hooker & Co., I it 7 DIRECTORS 5 8 8 88888Bn8S888aaS8388S838S88? LICENSED EMBALMER3 FtJNERAL RED CROSS HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE TELEPHONE 87-U In the homes where the dining tables are ever entic ing, you will find Caron's Bread predominating, due to its deliciousness. Has it found a place on your table as yet? .If not, try it. That syou will not wish to make an other change or go to the trouble and expense of bak ing yourself, we are certain. "The Place That Grew from Quality" Free Trial Boston Pencil Sharpener Renfrew Devonshire cloths 18c,. at Knight's. , Abbott is opening a new millinery de partraent. Miss Eva (lowing is ill and confined to the bed. See the new lace corset covers at the Vaughan Store. " There are several pieces of furniture. including a dining room set, for sale at 28 Orange street. John Porter, who has been passing few weeks in the city, returned to-day to his home at Hardwick. Henry Brown, the incubator man, ha installed a telephone at his .home on Allen street. Tel. 181-11. Advt. , Ollicer managers, proprietors, stenoj raphers, etc., should consider our ad. i to-day's paper. C. N. Kenyon & Co. Henry Titus, who has been passing few davs in the city with friends, re turned yesterday to his home at Woods' ville, 11. Miss Abbie Ford, who has been the guest of friends in the city for the past week, returned last night to her home at Brattleboro. AH ladies who are to serve on the com mittee of the better babies contest,soon to be held bv the Woman's club, are re quested to meet at Mrs. Shepard'a Btorc: Howland .block, Tuesday evening at. 7:15. The Swedish Order of Vasa held a so cial dance in the Knights of Columbus hall on Saturday niKht. there were about sixty couples present. Bruce's or chestra furnished music for the dancing. Refreshments were served during the evening. . Mrs. Harriett N. Little, who is spend itiflf the winter in Boston with her daugh ter, Mrs. Sarah K. Drew, was the happy recipient of many floral tributes and nu merous birthday cards on the event of her, 80th birthday anniversary, March 1!. She wishes to thank her friends in Barre and Williamstown, who so kind' ly remembered her on that happy occa sion. Mrs. Little is having a good win ter in BoHton, is in excellent health and asserts that she is looking forward to many more such happy birthdays in Boston, the heartiest wish of all her friends. Work was bojrun this forenoon on the task of remodelling the dining hall of The Buzzell hotel. The first step is to enlarire the kitchen facilities. An addi tion is being constructed better to enable the proprietor of the establishment to accommodate its patrons. In a few week other steps will be taken to reconstruct another portion of the building and con vert its floor space into seating capaci ty for the dining rooms. When the reno vation of the dining rooms is completed the hotel will have a Beating capacity for 60 guests. At the real estate auction salo Satur day afternoon, of the property known as 23 and 23 Branch street, forty people were in attendance. Among the prom inent bidders for the property Mere A. E. Bruce, alderman from the sixth ward, Contractor E. X. Xormandcau, D. D. Boyce, and Henry Dessureau, the last named being the purchaser at $1,775 who buys for a home and an invest ment. The property was sold by R. E. Bt'ekley, agent, to settle an estate. The agent was well pleased with the outcome and the purchaser could not help being satisfied with his bargain. C. F. Smith acted as auctioneer. John Frontini of Fois street loft yes terday for Cincinnati, Ohio, where he has secured a position as foreman in one of the larsre crranite manufacturing plants of that city. Previous to his de parture, a reception was tendered in his honor-at the Italian Pleasure club rooms. Mr. Frontini was the Tecipient of a handsome leather traveling bag. A del egation of about twenty members of the club accompanied Mr. Frontini to Mont pelier last niuht, Mr. Frontini is one of Barre's popular young men and for many years past has been employed in the granite business about the city. Special features in vaudeville and pic tures at the Pavilion to-day. Lottie Goodman with escort, the English danc ing idol, in a refined' singing, acrobatic, dancinir, European novelty offering. In troduces laughable situations and char acter changes. There is also Mazie Row land, just off the big time in a piano logue act something different from the usual run. For the picture program we have "Banzai," a two-part KB, a mar vellously staged and acted Japanese drama, with scenes laid in Tokio, Japan, and California, also. "The Bowling Match," just anther of those scream ing Keystone comedies, alo a Mutual weekly with news of all the world. Adv. The annual meeting and election of officers of the Bon-Accord football club was held in the Clan Gordon hall on last Friday evening. During the meet ing club reports were submitted, which tended to indicate that the organization was in a flourishing condition. The com mittee on enrollment's report showed that within the past year a noticeable increase has been made in the club's membership. " Enthusiasm was the key note of the Bon-Accords' annual session. Plans are to be laid to have the club represented by one of the strongest foot ball teams in the history of the asso ciation the coming summer. The officers elected are as follows: President, George McLean; vice-president, Bois Palmer; secretary, Alex. W. McCormack; treas urer. George Brands; captain. James Foes; vicc-captain, Andrew Freeland; trainer, James Stewart; property man ager, George Mowatt. t A P A pratt Avrn I a n a prhtt a. rn I a r a ppatt str rn I a p apphtt aV f V The Why RENFREW 0 pEVONSHIT? H, CLOTH of the ; Renfrew Cloth! evonshire STUB" PROOF A yarn dyed Sunproof and Tubproof Cloth that out wear Galatea. Is wider and finer every yard warrant ed as to wear and fastness of color. The cloth that the trade has been looking for for years. A cloth made to sell at 25c that by careful estimating the price has been made 20c per yard. Devonshire Cloth comes in stripes, checks and plain colors. Styles that produce garments of style and durability. Samples by mail we pay all parcel post. . Millinery for Spring of 1914 New ideas in. Ladies' and Misses' New Spring Hats. We now have about 300 to select from. Our Ready-to-Wear Hats will be sold at popular prices, $1.08, $2-40, $2-98, $398 and $498. A few Pattern Hats at from $398 tg $7.50 each. . We are to sell any part of a Hat that you may want. You can buy a Shape, then buy Flowers, Ribbons, Velvets, Siiks, Wreaths, Plumes, bandeaux, any and every thing used in the Millinery line, just as you want it. If you want to buy Shapes of us and trimmings of others, do so. If you want to buy Shapes of others we will sell you what we have that you want. Do this Millinery business just as you want to. In a few days wa will fill our win dow with this New Millinery. Will be glad to show you over the new line. M Special Kinds That are our fastest sellers, kinds that sell to best trade. The best lot of Fancy Silks to cut up for dress Trimmings, Hats and Soft Sashes that we have ever owned, at prices from, $100 up to $2 50 per yard. Beaulin at $1.65. These we cut as you want them. New Persian Ribbons in wide widths; values at 25c and 35c that are very much under price. New Moire Ribbons are all right. Quantities used for Hats and Waist Ribbons. These in wide widths to ell at 35c per yard. With Satin Edges at 45c. These are used to make. covers for Hat Crowns and Rib boa Wings. One lot of Tei-man Ribbons that we closed out. These are 35c, 45c, and 60c Ribbons. We are to make two prices, 25c and 35c, just a little more than half-price. Ladies' New Waists We have just received some new Waist values that we consider the season's best. These Waists are made in the season's best style, with the cut-on sleeve, and round neck, as well as medium collar, mostly three-quarters. At $1.25 is a fine Voile Waist made up with the new cut-oh sleeve and finished at neck, front and cuff with a fine figured Voile. Is a very dressy Waist. At $1.25 is a fine Muslin Waist that is made up in the season's best style, has fine embroidery down front and a fine embroidered collar and cuffs. At $1.25 are a number of other very good Waist values that are new. In the better Waists, such as Silk Crepes, All-Over Laces and Messaline, we can show you some very good val ues. These are made in a variety of new models and are Waists that are priced from 3 00 to $6.56. If you are interested in Waists, see these values. At 69c each are a lot of odd Waists in Lingeries and Laundered styles that were priced at from $1.20 to $2.50. House Dresses Why should we be able to interest you in House Dresses? If you will come in and look over the line you will very quickly see why. We can show you the largest line of these Dresses to be found anywhere, and they are of a make that has the style and finish as well as fit. We can show you two dozen styles of one size. When you see how good a House Dress you can get for $1.00 you will wonder how they can be made so good. At $1.25 we can give you a large assortment to select from and they arc made in some of the newest and best styles. ' At $1.25 is a Dark Colored Per cale Apron Dress that is of more than ordinary value. At $1.50 we have some values in the Good Service make of House Dresses that are the season's best values. These are made up in fine quality Percales and Ginghams. At $2 00 we can give you a line of House Dresses that are made up in a style and quality of material that are good values for an afternoon dress. All New Idea Patterns come with seams allowed. This is your best pattern purchase as all and any pattern is but 10c each. Call at our store to see our New Spring Millinery. Order goods by parcel post we pay the transportation. The Daylight Store TALK OF THE TOWN Furniture for sale at 6 Seminary street. Call early. Xcw spring gloves,. $1.00 kid gloves for 85c pair, at Vaughan's. The Altrunans will meet with Mrs. N. rhilbrick, 23 Orange street, to morrow atternoon, March at 2:30 o'clock. WILIAMSTOWN. To enable all to learn the merits of this Pencil Sharpener, we will place them on trial anywhere. Once you have tried the Boston out, you will agree that it is the first successful pencil pointer on the market. WE GUARANTEE THE BOSTON FOR ONE YEAR, re gardless of the number of pencils sharpened. THE BOSTON will properly sharpen every size and kind of pencil. Stops cutting automatically when the pencil is sharpened. Twin milling cutters with a milling edge, not a knife edge. If we have not called upon you, telephone us. We are positive we can show you a SUCCESSFUL PENCIL SHARP ENER. C. N. KENYON & COMPANY'S Cash Bargain Store Woman'g Club Notes. There will be no meeting of the Barre Woman's club this week. The fourth of a series of parlor mu sicals, under the direction of the music department of the Woman'g club, will occur on Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the homo of Mrs. Fred C. Fisher, Averill street. AH club members and their friends are cordially invited. Ad mission, 10c. Important Rehearsal of Choral Union. There will be an important rehearsal of the Choral union in the city hall, Montpelier Thursday at 8 p. m. at which a full membership is desired since there are many important announce ments to be made including the full list of artists to sing at the festival, the sale of tickets and the final Beating of the memuers. .every member is earnestly requested to be present so that all will understand about the matters to be Bre- scnted. It will be especially imortant since it" to which Mr. Coffin referred at the last reheadsal will be disclosed, also the names of live Montptdicr men who have made "its" comine possible.' There are also other surprise in store and no one should miss the rehearsal. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence V. Baldwin have gone to Bridgeport, Conn., where they are to make their home. The offices of the Vermont Laee House and. the Cen- ral Neckwear honse, mail order firms with which Mr. Baldwin is identified, will hereafter be in that city. The Home Mudy club ia to meet with Mrs. Laura Ainsworth on Thursday, the 2tith. Topic: "Williamstown," in charge of Miss Alice Walker. Roll call, answer ed by anecdotes of early events in town. Mrs. Dmtha !anaers is in Harre tak ing care of Mrs. Lucretia Goodrich, who has ben seriously ill and ia now a little better. Melvin E. Burnham has returned from a short visit in Plafnfleld with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Colby. Befjining with the 15th of March, the schedule time for the rural carriers to leave the office is 7 o'clock instead of at 9, as it is for three months in the win ter. - Mrs. Frank I. Godfrey is in Bethel on a visit to her daughter, Blanche, now Mrs. Fred R. Crain. Mrs. 11. E. Severance, who has been ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Jones, for the past six weeks, was re moved to Heaton hospital, Montpelier, the 20th. Eugene M. Reynolds has rented the house on Main stree opposite Henry Poole's and v. ill move there about the flrst of April. " A ruling of the postoffice department went jnto "tlect March 16, by which books weitjhinc over 8 ounces will be mailable at parcel pout rates. The lates on other forms of printed matter remain the same as before. A masquerade promenade will be held i ... 1 1 AH c. i . : in prnnc limi vn k'tiiui unj rtruuig, March 23. to which all are invited. Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Clogston have been in Montpelier for a few days pact, being called there by the death of Mrs. J. 1). Clogston. George Marr has been quite sick for a week past, at his home on construction hill. Miss Florence Williams, .who has been in town visiting her brother, Walter M. ; Williams, has returned to her home in Randolph Center. 9 sort of snow scraper, made in part from an old road machine, but having two winsrs so as to carry the anow each way from the center, is being tried out on some ol our roads where the snow is very deep. The second evening of the band con cert was well attended, the features of the entertainment bting eradinifs by Mrs. U D. Smith, cornet solo by W. E. Randall, vocal eolos byvMrs. Leon Poor and several selections by a mixed chorus of 12 voio'S, led by George H. Goodrich. The frenerous assistance given by four members of the Barre Citizens band is much appreciated by our band boys, and added much to the enjoyment "of the occasion, mere was dancing lor about two hour after the propram was finish ed and ice cream and cake were on sale. TALK OF THE TOWN Fancy trimming silks at Abbott's. Church of the Good Shepherd The young people's society will not meet on Wednesday, as announced Sunday. It will meet on Wednesday week at 8 o'clock in the vestry. The regular monthly meeting of the ladies' auxiliary of the Presbyterian church will be held at the home of Mrs. J. M. Scott Tuesday evening, March 24. A good attendance is desired. The babies of this town will goon have a chance to prove their superiority. The Barre' Woman'g club is arranging a bet ter babies contest, the new and thor oughly scientific test which fu supersed ing the beauty show at state and coun ty fairs and attracting the attention of physicians all over the country. At this content babies will be examined for phy sical and mental development by mean of the better babies standard score card. Babies which score high will be awarded prizes. Parents of babies scoring low will be told just what is wrong and hqw to get them in shape for the next con test. .Not only will the cream of the city's babies be on display, but their mothers will be treated to talks on home hygiene and health, diet and care of ba bies, and similar subjects. The general public will be greatly interested in the standards reached by the city's babies and individual mothers will be helped to raise this standard. These contests are beinf? held all over the; country and Barre is right in line for this splendid work for child welfare. The work is being conducted by the civic department of the Barre Woman'g clnb. I SPRINGTIME 13 AK For the Beginner We Would Recommend ! BROW GRAIflTEVILLE. Quarry Worker. Notice! Meeting of branch No. 12, Q. W. I. U. of X. A., will be held in Socialist hall, Wednesday ewning, March 2.", at 7 o'clock. Business of importance. All members be present. Per order secretary, P. J. Finnegan. V .Hc. ci.jp r-'jffr;, With a Brownie you are sure of picture When you buy Films, why accept an inferior grade at the price of an Eastman? jGood Goodsj and Keep Us Busy Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the neighbors and friends for their kindness to us in our recent lereavement and also for the beautiful flowers at the funeral. W. F. Hurry, Mr. and Mrs. Georpe F. Howe, Miss Mabel Carpenter. I Low Prices I i I I Strictly1 Fresh Kggs, dozen a8c Cobble Hill Creamery Butter, lb. 32c I Best Dairy Butter, lb 30c I Boston Revere Sugar .S4.50 hundred "Brighton Ketchup, large bottle, 3 ' I for 5C I I This is the best value in large size ! J bottles that we have had for a long J itime. J Evaporated Apples, a pounds ...35c I Don't buy your Apple in fancy J I packages when you can pet full weight at 2 lbs. for 2oc. I Pea Beans, 3 qts. ajc 65c a peck Hawaiian Sliced Pineapple. , .aoc can I Special value. r . .1 i:..., 1 - J Polo Soap 10 cakes 25c J Fancy Sweet Potatoes.... 6 lbs. 25c I Extra Good Values in ORANGES I AND GRAPE FRUIT. - I J Get our prices by the box all sizes S Sand prices. J I Chicken Halibut, whole 10c lb I zxttiivuzzuait::xn4uuzxi:tttixttr.ttn We Do High-Grade Developing and Printing a and work promptly done. Send us vour work bv mail. a We use the tank method, consequently we do not spoil your films. Give us a trial. Drown's Drug Store, WHITE FRONT DRUGS AND KODAKS 48 N. MAIN ST. jMonday opeciai : TEN 5c PKGS. TOILET PAPER FOR 25c This is the largest package for the money on the market, and is a full-count medicated paper. This sale meaus you save one-half on each purchase. On sale to-day only, and the price is net. Spring Relishes Horse Radish in bulk, fresh grated, y2 pints ... 10c Old-Fashioned Salted Pickles, 4 lbs. for 25c Sweet Relish in bulk, per pint 15c Small White Pickled Onions in bottles 10c Blue Label Ketchup, large size 20c Fearless Ketchup, 3 bottles for 25c All kinds of Heinz Pickles in bulk. F.D.LADD COMPANY ! I t it 5 tt tt n tt tt :: " tt tt tt tt tt :: tt tt tt a t: t: tt 1