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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, HARRE ,VT., MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1914.
5 Extra Good Values You Should Sec Them New lot of Wash Dresses Ratine, Crepe, Linen, Pique, $2.75, $3.50, $3.98, $4.50, $4.98, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50. You should see those Wash Dresses at $2.69. A new lot of Domestic House Dresses :t $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $1.98 and $2.50 each. A Pattern Free Buy a Standard Fashion Book for summer, 20c copy, and you are entitled to a Pattern free. PERRY L CAMP 75 North Main Street Barre, Vermont TALK OF THE TOWN New corsets at Vaughan's." New crepe de chine petticoats at Ab bott's. Long and abort silk, gloves at the Vaughan Store. Handkerchiefs from all over tho United States and some from Canada at tho Methodist church bazaar, also fancy articles. Come and see, and bring your pennies for the grab bag lunch. All I. O. O. F. members and Rebekahs are cordially invited to be present at the observance of the 95th anniversary of the order, this (Monday) evening, April 27. Odd Fellows' hall, Gordon block, at 8 o'clock. Per order committee. C. F. Smith, auctioneer, called to gether a nice crowd, at the Oillispie fur niture sale, Saturday afternoon at No. 2 Long street. Sale was called at 2 o'clock and commenced at 2:15, and the last article was disposed of at 4:15 at very satisfactory prices to all parties con cerned. Advt. a a a a a a a I a t: a a n I a a a a a a a a a a a a tflm0 . . I 1 t A XX I II HI fT V X !II Hi What Does Your Home Need this Season? What about your rugs ? Have you given any thought to the question of curtains ? How about a new chair for the living room a library table or an extra bureau in the guest room ? ; Now, during the house-cleaning season, you ought to make sure that these little odds and end3 are taken care of. You ought to make sure that your house is properly equipped with the little things that make it homelike and comfortable. We are making an exhibit thi3 week, particularly for women who are cleaning house. It wilf pay you to come in and look around. . . New Arrivals of Domestic Rugs and Linoleums These rugs are the final shipment of a large purchase of Royal Wiltons we made some time ago. 1 They were purchased even before the looms began turning out new styles. We have received some of the very first of the beautiful new patterns in soft colors that har monize so attractively with almost any; furnishings.' ' In fact, we regard this shipment of rugs as the most successful we have ever received, and we know you will find in the selection the rug you want and need. . As this is the midst of house-cleaning season, we are making a special exhibit of rugs at special prices. ; ' B. W. Hooker & Company Vermont's Largest House Furnishers ilk . ; I a . at J&'M ik a I ttl t u R O Cor sets A. P, ABBOTT & CO. I A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. i : : : i t i i t t I t : Four new styles. R. & G. Corset" styles are usually from two to four months ahead of other makes. R. & G. Corset manufacturers are leaders of their business. They bring" out styles that others later have to make. R. & G. Corsets have a fit that others do not have. One reason for this is that they are all of them steam-moulded. They are the latest styles and are comfortable. The two cuts at the sides of this advertisement are two of our new-styled R. & G. Corsets, to sell at $1.00. Both have 4-inch busts, one made of coutile, the other of batiste. R.&. G. Corsets Tango Style - The latest in Corsets is our new C 250 Corset made of French coutille as the cut shows. This Corset only has bias pieces of elastic webbing at top. Has elastic strip of webbing at bottom of front. Hooks two-thirds the length of Corset, then laces with elastic lacing the rest of the front. We Lave several ladies waiting for this nw Corset. The price is but $2 OO each and they look cheap at that price. New Kid Gloves Ask to see our new Kid Gloves, the Askay brand that we are selling at $1.50 per pair. They are bet ter than we usually see at this price. Ladies' Neckwear So many styles in Neckwear this season that you ought to see repre sentative lines if you are to get what will please you best and at the same time get all that your money will buy in spring of 1014 Neckwear. Ladies' Separate Coats We have received within the last few .days some exceptional values in Ladies' and Misses' Coats; These are Coats that we have been able to pick up when the cloths were closed and we cannot duplicate same. These are Coats that are a little different and of a quality that will surely appeal to any who want a good business Coat. The Balmacaan Coats that are so popular this season are in this lot of Coat values. We can give you a number of different cloths in these '.'oats at only $8.50 each. We have some new values in Miss es' Coats that come in a good quality plain goods that are made up in the latest styles and the price is only $1000. . We have a lot of odd Coats in the better grades that we are sell ing at about one-fourth the regular prices., In Young Ladies' Coats we have a lot of odd Coats in values that were $8.50 to $12.00. These we are sell ing at about one-fourth the original price. 'ou should see these values. Ready -to-Hang Curtains This is Lace Curtain time and we have layed our plana for one of the largest Lace Curtain seasons we have ever had. This Ready-to-Hang prop osition is one that appeals to all who have used or seen them, as the best Lace Curtain value they have seen. This Ready-to-Hang Lace Curtain comes in a large range of patterns, and at prices that will appeal to all. , We - show this line of Ready-to-Hang Curtains at $1.00 per pair and the qualities are extra good and patterns new. These come in White and Ecru. At $1.35 re at a number of new Ready-to-Hang Curtains, in White and Ecru, are made of a good quality lace thread, in the fine new designs. At $1.50 are a number of good Ready-to-Hang Curtain values. : At $2 OO we can show you a Ready-to-Hang Curtain that you will say looks like a Curtain you will pay a third more for. At $2.50 and $3 OO we have some extra good Ready-to-Hang values that are made up in a tine net lace design. At from $J 50 to $5.00 arc a number of good designs that come in sets. TALK OF THE TOWN Riley's singing orchestra at the Auxil iary May ball Thursday night. Advt. The ladies of Clan Gordon amusement ... "II A !1L "W l r commiwee will meci, wim iurs. amy Emslie Tuesday, April 28, at 7 p. m. Several important announcements were made from the pulpit at 8t. Mon ica's church at the masses yesterday forenoon. It was announced that the customary May devotions would be held durinsr the comine month. The devotions will be instituted on Friday morning and will be hold at the usual intervals, as in other years. On Sunday evenings the services will consist of litany, in struction and benediction. Commencing within a short period, "holy hour," a service which has long been established in larger cities, will be commenced in Barre. These services will be held once every week, the observance being on Friday evenings at 7:30 oclock. TALK OF THE TOWN Concert from 8 till 9, dancing from 0 till 1, at the Auxiliary May ball, How land hall, Thursday night, April 30. Ad. Mrs. S. M. Geake of Church street received information to-day of the death of her father on Sunday morning at Thetford Mines, P. Q. A parish supper will be served in the vestry of the Episcopal church Thurs day evening from 6:30 to 7 o'clock. Every member of the church is urged to be present. A silver collection will be taken. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our most sincere thanks to the many friends and neigh bors who so kindly assisted us during the illness and death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Andrew Gcnero and family. Take Time by the Forelock Get your spring decorating done before the rush. I have a large stock of New Spring Wall Papers from which to make selection, and firBt-class workmen to hang them. All orders given prompt attention. A.V.Beckley Tel. 31-11 Over Drown's Drug Store, 46 Main St. CURTAIN DRYERS m Every home demands a Curtain Dryer. We can supply you with the best Dryers manufactured, at prices as low as anywhere. Our makes carried in stock are GILRAY AND CHICAGO No Better Made We Also Have Dryers to Rent C. N. KENYON & COMPANY'S Cash Barxain Store TALK OF THE TOWN Children's hats at Vaughan's. Renfrew Devonshire cloth 2()o at Ab bott's. Refreshments will bo served Thursday night at the May ball. Advt. (See Huerta's army at Mexico City in pictures, at the Pavilion soon. Advt. Huerta's fighting force at Mexico City can be seen at the Pavilion soon; watch for the date. Advt. IT l-t. rtrt rt.in 11- . jiurritti siikhi Bouners pass in re view for the camera man at Mexico City. Hee them at the Pavilion soon Advt. u tlliam Fairs is in Rome, X. V., where ne is superintendentme the coidd let on of a mausoleum, in the interests of the Jones lJros. company. A rejrular mcetinir of lumnera. boxer and derrickmen's union, branch No. BO, win oe nem m foresters' hall on Tues day evening, April 28, at 7:30 o'clock. V. hmith, sec. pro tem. May day ball, East Barre opera house, irmay, aiay l, irora to 3 o'clock. Da virtson s orchestra of five pieces. Per couple, $1; ladies free. Supper served by Kebekahs In Odd Fellows' hall, 35c per piRte. - Come to the handkerchief and grab Dag juneu weanesdny, April 29, after noon and evening. (Jentlemen invited to a social and grab bag supper In the .u. cnurcn parlor. All are welcome. Extraordinary feature at the Pavilion lo-aay, "llie J?ig Horn Massacre" I spectacular two-part drama of the early tvest, see trie deadly duel on horse back; the ferocious battle between the emigrants and Indians; the massacre of tho whites; the vengeance later exacted by the soldiers in desperate conflict with the red men the greatest Indian picture ever produced. Ailvt. We now have a large line of the latest and best values of the season in Ladies' Silk Petticoats. See our extra Messaline and Charmeuse Petticoats at 52.50. In the Colored Crepe De Chine Petticoats, wre have some extra values. Also the Tango Petticoat. I The Daylight Store I WItLIAMSTOWN. Notice: I il be at the town clerk's office Saturday, .May 2, to settle with all those having accounts against the town for winter work on highwals. II. N. Farnham, road commissioner. Important Rehearsal of the Choral Union. The next rehearsal of the chorus will lie at city hall, Mont)elier, Tuesday at 7:30 sharp. It is neeessnry that ail be present ns it is intended to take up the remainder of "Walpurgis Night, which requires the full chorus. All members are requested to tske seats as announced in the papers, the first so pranos and men as per list published this week and the others as per list published last week. As the arrange ment of seats on the stage is such that the permanent seating can be deter mined only by fixing the seats now as near as possible to conform therewith and making the necessary changes lat er, those whose seats have not been assigned will secure them before the -rehearsal. It Is expected that the ladies' selection, 'Tutterflit,, will be on hand for this rehearsal also. TALK OFTHE TOWN Ladies hats at Abbott's. Extra values this week; summer un derwear. See ad. Vaughan's. Rough and ready cloth 12l,c at Ab bott's. See the ready-to-hang lace curtains at Abbott's. Cattle are coming in pretty well, al though we want about 41) more to turn out. H. J. Smith, 3H7 North Main street I). M. Miles of West street returned ....-,i,.v frnm Rochester. N. Y.. where ho has been spending the past few days. Minn Elizabeth Vounc, who has been ti oiiPBt. of friends in Ham? for the past fow .lavs, returned last night to her home at Rutland. John Xolan of Burlington is passing a few days in the city. Two years ago he was employed at he Montpelier house. He will commence work within a short while for Arthur Daley at Montpelier. Lee S. Maiden of West street returned yesterdav from P.urliepton. where he has been visiting his brother, William Maiden, for a few days. On Saturday he attended the Vermont -Colby baseball game, which was won by the Vermont team 0 to 7. . Antonio Brogpi, manager of the Ital ian A. C. bawball club, has announced ij game schedule for next Saturday in this ritv between the I. A. 0. and the strong Mc'Elwain team from Manchester, N. II. It has been only through long corres pondence and at great expense that the Italian management was enabled to se cure this big attraction. The McEl wains were runners-up in the cit? league championship at Manchester last fall and is considered a team on a par with the RcaconB, remembered through their appearand in t-e city last sum mer. The baseball game between Norwich nnivprsitv and the Barre Athletic club at Northfield on Saturday eventuated In a fiasco and when the regulation contest was boiled down to a rive-inning anair the decision rendered was a 1.1 to u vic tory for the military lads. Because of unfavorable weather conditions the at tendance at the game was exeeenmgiy small and the game was devoid of any interesting features. Aiiiiongn me cadets outplayed the Uarre lads, the ureater part of their runs were made by misplavs. Sleeper, inn eiongaiea bpcwiu string pitcher, was on the mound for the Norwich team. lie piwnea enccuve wu, being hit for but three scattered safeties during the five inninar seance. "Han Ueaton was pitted againsi oiceper aim proved very wild. lie gave way to Fowlie. but the latter's pitching was niore (iisssirou-' i i" .. in prospects than his predecessor. The Barre team whh cimiMtcu ui tuc iuuww- ii:g plsvers: jannt urmuMt .1. Urown, id; iiigpinn, giiiiini,.Jii, Gav. 3b; Pedum, If; Browne, cf; MKpiisie. rf. The playing of iiiggins, a I second basior tne Marre cuio was note worthy. TALK OF THE TOWN Separate skirts at 11.98 and $2.98 at Vaughan's. . Mrs. E. A. Wood, who has been spend ing' the winter with her daughter, Mrs. 1). H. Cutler, left for her home in Nich olsTille, N. Y., Saturday. A copy of the Greenock (Scotland) Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette 4 announces the death ol Annie Montgomery Lindsay, beloved wife of of Apri Oliver Lindsay, which occurred suddenly at her home in (jreenock April 3. Mrs. Lindsay was the- only surviving sister of Mrs. D. G. Roben of this city. Zur.u the Bandleader, at the Pavilion to-day only. This is a 2,'KKI-foot Key stone comedy, featuring the inimitable and well-known Mabel Normand and Ford Sterling. This picture shows the trials of a popular bandmaster how he is hounded by admiring female and finally punished by the admirer of one of them. It is full of scream full of action. All Keystones are good: this Is a winner. Advt. , Nealc Hooker, 1013, was elected cap tain at a special meeting of the letter men held on Saturday. Hooker was the unanimous choice of the ballot. The new captain of basketball is one of the prominent athletes in the high school. For several years he has been closely identified with basketball at Spaulding, although the past season was his first as a "varsity" player. He ill be very fortunate in having an exceptionally strong nucleus of players left for an other season. The only veteran to be: lost by graduation this season is Nelson Browne, the center. Among the vet erans at tapt. Hookers disposal next fall will be Levin, Townsi, Gordon. Oar roll, lbourveau, Olliver and Smith. ("apt. Hooker is also a member of the high school bnsehall team and played with the football team last fall. No Apologies You don't need to apologize for your shoes if you wear Queen Quality. Every woman knows they are right. It is a guarantee of correct dressing to be able to say. "I wear Queen Quality Shoes," A big stock of new ones just unpacked. Here's one of the popular styles, Dull or Patent with medium or Cuban heels, $3.00 to $4.00. The People's Shoe Store ANDREWS, Prop. Barre, Vermont C. S 180 Currier Block. Good Things j lo tat i b! i J Best Loin Roast Pork lie I Good Lean Roast Pork i8c ! Western Roast lieef ajc Western Round Steak 85c Roast Veal aac to 25c ! Roast Sprinir Lamb, aoc to asc j Pot Roasts of Beef... 14c to 18c lb! Green Mt. Brand Sausage... 1 7c lb J I German Frank forts ........ iSc tb Honeycomb Tripe 10C lb ! Pressed Corned Beef 15c lb j Boiled Lobsters. . .35c lb; alive. 23c lb i iiiTiivv-'ii rvin f lb I lb; lb I Monday Special SUGAR 4c PER POUND with each pound of any kind, price or brand of Tea or Coffee at the regular price Limit of 10 pounds of Sugar with each pound of Tea or Offee Monday only, Sugar 4c per pound with Tea or Coffee. HADDOCK COD FINNAN HADD1E PICKEREL j BLUE FISH FRESH SALMON j Fresh Berwick Cakes Graham Bread Granite Cutters' International Association of America. A regular meeting of the Barre liranch of the G. C. I. A. ot A. will be held in t'lan Gordon hall, Una ruinione repolare nell unlone leg caloellini (Branch di Barre) avra' loueo nella sala di Clan Gordon, On Monday evening, April HI, at 7 lock. J. D- Will, secretary. The Special communication of Granite lodge. No. 83, F. and A. M., Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Installation of offi cers. P. W. Mutch, W. M. pastmaeters will meet at 7:30, Entire Wheat Bread I J Butter Bread Double Tip-Top I J 3 loaves "Jersey Cream" Bread 45c I SPRING IS HERE S j Fresh Cucumbers 10C each S ! Pineapples a for 35c ! NEW POTATOES NEW CABBAGE I I FRESH LETTUCE RADISHES j j CELERY SPINACH! J DANDELIONS RIPE TOMATOES ! I BANANAS ORANGES I t I iWt our prices on Grape Fruit b$ Z litC UVA I . I Tea and Coffee Values Not how cheap a Tea or Coffee we can sell at a certain price, but the very best Tea or Coffee that we can buy in large quantities and give the customer the benefit of the price. English Breakfast Tea, a big value, per lb ... 35c English Breakfast Tea, a good value, per lb . . . 25c Green Japan Tea, per lb 29c, 39c and 45c- Orange Pekoe Tea in bulk, per lb 45c Oolong or Basket Fired Japan Tea, per lb . . .'. 45c Ask for our Special Coffee, per lb 25c Reception or Royal Brand Coffee, per lb 35c Ridgway's Famous Imported India and Ceylon Tea, from y-b packages to, per lb $1.00 Don't forget Green Mountain Teas, Fleur de Lis, Primrose, Preferred Stock Teas; Gilt Edge, White House and La Touraine Coffees. All telephone orders received before closing time at 8 o'clock to-night for Sugar at' 4c per lb with Tea or Coffee will be delivered Tuesday. F.D.LADD COMPANY j