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17IE BAMiE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY. AUGUST H, 1911.
y. Here is Your Opportunity for Bargains at Perry's on Saturday The lots are limited, consequently we would advise an early selection. Some good, clean merchandise at a big discount. $3.00 Lace Bed Spreads, to close on Saturday for. . .$1.98 60c Lace Table Scarfs to close on Saturday for .... . 35c 25c Lace and Cutwork Mats, to close on Saturday for 15c $1.00 House Dresses, a small lot to close at 69c $5.50 Ladies' Sweaters, to close at $3.75 $4.50 Ladies' Sweaters to close at ....... -2.75 $3.00 Scrim Curtains, to close, per pair, at 1.98 15c Lace Yoke Gauze Vests, to close, each 10c 25c Ratine, Lace, Pique Neckwear to close, each. . . . 15c 15c All Silk Corded 4i2-mch Ribbon for, per yard. . 10c $4.98 Crepe Dresses to close at . . , .$3.00 $2.50 Muslin Dresses to close at '. 1.79 $1.00 Umbrellas, extra good ones, each 79c 25c All Linen Towels, to close, each, at only 15c TALK OF THE TOWN t PERRY . CAMP ,75 North Main Street Barre, Vermont INOLEU Owing to hostilities in Europe and the consequent shutting off of importations of English and German goods, prices on Linoleums are sure to be higher. We were fortunate in getting our or - ders in early, and by receiving a ship ment of thirty-five rolls of Linoleum last week, we are assured of the same prices as last season. These goods are all Wild's quality, rec ognized as standard by the trade, and come in a wide variety of patterns and colorings, suitable for any room in the house. Here you find matting effects for the chambers, conventional designs for kitchen, dining rooms and halls, tile ef fects for bath rooms, etc. See these patterns in our windows. B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers See. Abbott's Saturday sale. Carter's underwear at Knight'. Don't mis one of those new waist Venetian's. You should look at the extra vuluea at Perry' on Saturday. 'Ros servic" meant the beat that expert barber can render. Depot quare Dry clmirwood for ale. Arthur 8, Martin. 43 Turk itreet. Telephone 168 4 or 63 V. . Alias Clara Furvee, who ha been pan' ing a few day in the city, returned last night to A I burg. A daughter weighing nine pound wii born Aur. 10 to Mr. ana ;urs. Angus MMlr.iiaU nf Kirk street. Michael David and Joseph Charlie left thi forenoon for Barton, wnere mey will attend the annual Orleans county fn ir. . Mrs. C. A. Clark of Boston will begin her class in water color painting to-aoy. Anyone wishing to take lessons tall at 2ft Purrv street or telephone 78-11. Miss Penelope Gall of Franklin street returned yesterday from ner rormer home in London, Ont, where she has Wn vmitina for the oast three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Tibo of Boston arrived in the eity last night to take iin thir maidenee here, the former hav ing secured employment in the granite industry. Archie L. Goodrich, piano tuner with Bailey's Music Booms, will be in Barre on or about the 20th of this month. Please leave ordir at Bailey's, 14 Elm street. Thone 22-W. Charles A. Brown of the Brown 4 Car roll Granite company, who has been spending the past month on a business trin through Ohio and Pennsylvania . re turned to the city yesterday. To-night the Knickerbocker stock com pany will present the much-heralded wliWa lira nlav. "Whv Hirls Leave I - ...v.. . - - i . - -v I Home," a play that every mother and every daugnter snoiuu see. aov. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Grover of Law rence, Mass., arrived in the city yester day to make an extended visit as the guests of Mr. and Mr. George Rising. They were accompanied by their daugh ter. Mrs. C. S. Andrew of Maple Grove, who recently returned from a visit with relatives in Moira, N. Y.f accompanied Mr. Andrews to Alburg to-day for a stay of several days in camp on the shores of Lake Champlain. Artisans from the American Scenery Co. r,f Detroit, Mich., arrived in the city yesterday trom Keene, i. ., wnere mey have been decorating a theatre controlled by Fox fc Katon. The men will start at once the work of repainting the scenery in the Barre opera house. In honor of Miss Edith Murray of New York City, a former resident of Barre, some 30 young people were roy allv entertained "at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Phillips of Maple avenue last evening. A victrola concert formed one of the diversions of the affair, but there were other that mply served to make the occasion enjoyable. A de licious luncheon was served late in the evening. After having been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thillips and Mr. and Mr. John A. Robertson of Washington street, Mis Murray will leave to-inor-row for her home. If you haven't all the business you want, adver tise in The Times. BURIAL AT PLAINFIELD. Body of H. H. Martin Wa Taken There To-day. Prayer services over the remain of Henry H. Martin of Willianistown, whose death at the City hospital Wed nesday evening at the age of 75 years followed an illness of two weeks, were held in the mortuary chapel at A. W. Badger A. Co.' undertaking establish- mnnt thin afternoon at 1 o'clock. The officiating clergyman wa Rev. D. F. J ortney of i'lainneld. l ne Dearers were three sons of the deceased, George F. Martin of Williamstown, Harley H. Mar tin of Plainfield, and a grandson, Har rison Martin, son of George F. Martin. The remain were taken to Plainfield, where interment was made in the family lot in the village cemetery. Besides the children mentioned th the obituary yesterday, there were two chil dren, Lizzie D. and Dwight B., both deceased. $2,200,00 Given Awa Sec Our Window y a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a c a a a a a This will reveal to you one of the biggest, squarest and most value giving opportunities ever offered in any contest. If you have not entered do so. Get started at the first and receive the benefit and support of your friends. Any one can enter. Let us explain the contest to you. a a a a a a a a a a a a tt a i a ! a a rt n n a rt 1 a T: a , a i a i i r. ftL Btomvon I .omoanv II TALK OF THE TOWN Roval undermuslin at Knight'. All 12'so new percale Saturday at 10c a yard, at Vaughan'. All 41.00 umbrella to cloe at 70c each at Perry' on Saturday. The Aldrlch public library will be closed Monday, the day being a legal holiday, , Mis Dorothy and Kate Grove of Chicago are passing a week with their cousin, E. L. Wood. Regular Katurdny night dance in How lund hall, Aug. IS, under the auspice of Riley' orchestra. Ladie free, Mr. Paul Scampini, who ha been vis iting at Roxbury for the pact ten days, returned to the city yesterday. Mr. Joseph Weafer of Mount street went to-day to Morrisville to make an extended visit at her former home. Mr. II. M. Houston of Maple avenue, Mrs. J. W. Cole of Greencastle, Ind., and Mr, V. Kidder left this morning for Burlington to spend the day. George Close of Cambridge, Mas., ar rived iu the city this morning to pass the week-end with Mr. Close and chil dren at the Morrison farm cottage. Clarence Bishop of Washington street, who has been spending the past week at Highgate, returned to the city to day. He will go next week to Boston to make an extended visit. Howard Miles, who has been attending the Dartmouth summer school, arrived in the city to-day to visit at hi home. The Dartmouth summer school session were suspended to-day for the remainder of the summer. Mr. Mile will resume hi studies at Dartmouth in September. The annual Greenboro-Montpeher Barre golt tournament opened at the golf link to-day and will continue until to-morrow night. The cup ha been won three time by the Mountain View club of Greenboro, and once each by the Barre Golf club and the Moot pelier Country club. K. O. Cram of Hartford, Conn., who with Mrs. Cram, and son, Clare, have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mr. Frank C. Turner of bouth Main street, ha gone to Morrisville to re- mum for a few day with hi mother, Mr. Eliza Cram. He will return to Barre before leaving for Hartford. Austin Fisher and daughter, Mis Mary Fisher, of Greensboro, have been spending a few day at the home of J. C. DeBrune on Park street. Mis Fisher ha returned to Greensboro and her father has gone to Middlesex, where he ra extensive lumbering interests The wip to Barre was mad by automo bile. - John Clare, Earl Williams and Thoma Davidson returned this forenoon from St. Johnsburr, where thev represented St. Johnsbury yesterday in another of the annual eerie between bt. Johnsbury and Littleton. Littleton won by the score of 4 to 0. Davison twirled for the St. Johnamurv team, while Johnson, the former Goddard pitcher, twirled for Lit tleton. The Ostrander club, which is slated to play the Italians at Berlin 'street Sat urday, met defeat at the hand of the St. Johnsbury team, 8 to 7. At St. Johnsbury the team was considered the best that ha visited the town thi sea son. Fpeare pitcrea lor si. jonnsmiry. The game at Berlin street Saturday should be the ver best. The Ostrander club are holding their best twirler in reserve for this game. Adv. Smith Dashner, real estate agents, have sold for E. I. Slayton and wife of East Montpelier their beautiful home and farm located on the river and main road from Montpelier to East Mont pelier. The purchase includes 130 acres of land, nice set of buildings, l good cows, seven head of young cattle, two hows, 10 hogs, poultry, all hay and other crops and a large list of farm tool and machinery. This i considered to be one of the best farm proposition in Washington county. The purchaser is Joseph Murry oi Plainfield. who will take possession in a few days. Mr. Murrv has recently sold hi large farm located in Plainfield. Mr. Slayton' plan are not known at the present trme. I his proj.orty was listed with the agent at $8,000. Word has just been received that Evangelist F. W Stray, who was ex pected to lecture at the tent next Sun day night, could not come, and the lec ture on Mormonism will be postponed. Evangelist L. F. Passeboi will lecture on the seven Isst plagues, the drying up of the River Euphrates, the present Eu ropean war and the eastern question. Special music will be rendered, a violin and cornet duet, etc. Do not fail to at tend and bear what the Bible says about the universal war, etc. To-night at the tent, the service will be of special in terest and everyone is invited. Both evangelists will sneak and the congrega tion will also be given a chance. A block of Bane grsnite in rough fin ish is the marker which the town of Randolph will use to establish for pos terity the eite of the campground used for so many years by the Cahuawaga Indian and more particularly on the occasion of their memorable raid through Vermont in 1780. The camps were pitched on the east branch, so-called, in Randolph, and the town Tias set aside Aug. 18 as a day for dedicating the marker. The excn-isea will begin at I o'clock in the afternoon and the prin cipal addnss will be delivered by Con gressman Frank Plumley and an attrac tive order of exercises has been arranged bv a committee representing the town and the Vermont Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Special trains from points north and south will bring visitors to the campground. The mark er fashioned in the granite shop of A. F. Lamb in Randolph. Mr. and Mrs. George Henderson, who have been making an extended stay with relatives in Barre and Williamstow n. left thi morning for Montreal. wheni they expect to sail at daybreak on the Allan liner Hesperian for their home in Aber deen, Scotland. Accompanying them is Mi Mary Will of Laurej street, who will make' visit of several months in Aberdeenshire. Late this afternoon Wil liam Robb will leave for Montreal, ex pecting to reach the metropolis in time to catch the He&rcrisn before she slip awar from the t.ier on the morrow. Barre friends of the travelers are ap prehensive over their safety in view of the hostility Bf'W in progress. A H- patch to the Allan line agency in this city last night, however, contained the feasuring information that British bat tleship nave cleared the lower water lane in the Atlantic so that paeng-r boats mar ssil in comparative safety. It is understood that the Hesperian will tske the usual precautions agninst de trti.n by h1r.ketrtf hr porthole. She will flv t'l British flag. 4 AnnArw nr I A P AP.Rr.TT TO I A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. IT. JXUDULl J I -tw-' I ----- aturday Sale Saturday, August 15 To close out several kinds of Wash Goods, we are going; to put these lots onto our bargain table Saturday at half price. All these are 23c goods or better, and the price, for the whole lot, per yard, is but. .12 In this Saturday Sale are Seco Silks, Corded Voiles, Striped Poplins, Madras and French Welts; this one day at half price, per yard, only ...... . . .122c We will have for sale on Saturday five dozen Gentlemen's Fruit of the Loom Night Shirts, sizes from 16 to 20, a regular $1.00 value, each 79c Lots of new Remnants on our Remnant Table A big saving here. The Daylight Store "j C. L. U. Meeting F.yulir meet ips of the V. L. '". thi evening at oclc k in the Kicbo'.s Mock. AM fcemoen req'trfri i i-toJ. TALK OF THE TOWN Horse Shoe tble linen at Knight'a. Buy one of those new bag Saturday at Vaughan'. Some good, clean values at a big dis count at Perry's on Saturday. T. G. Burn returned to-day to his home at Richmond, after passing 10 day in the city with friend. Mi Ethel Denno, who has been visit ing at her former home in Barre, re turned yesterday to her home in Mai den, Mass. Peter Andreoli, who ha been the guest of relative in Barre for the last 10 da vs. returned to-day to his home at Milford, N. H. Baseball. Goddard campus. Saturday, Aug. 15, Barre A. C. va. East Barre. Game called at 1 p. m. Admission, 25 cents; ladies free Theodore Lascor, who has been visiting at Proctor for the past few days, waa a visitor in the city to-day on his way to his home at Graniteville. A. W. Frenier, the eastern coast rep resenttive of the Guidici Granite Co., returned this week to Philadelphia, aft er passing 10 days with relatives in the city. Misa Josie Scott, who has been visiting at the home of Jesse C. Phelps of 28 Perry street and with relatives in Chel sea, returned yesterday to her home in Sherbrooke, P. Q. J. Henry Smith, who has been passing a week in camp at Highgate Springs, returned to Barre last night and resumed his duties in the M. & W. R. freight office this morning. Vice Commissioner Beale of Chicago, in speaking of "Why Girls Leave Home," savs: "This play teaches the greatest lesson humsnity' has to learn'opera house to-night. Adv. Ctptain Fred Austin of Fort Myers, 'o ' mnA Fir Clmrlps Austin of-Chicago are passing several day in the city as the guests of their sister, -Mrs. ti. a. Drew, of Averill street. All f0c booklets to lie sold st 30c. all 25c books at 10c and some at 10 and 15c; boy scout books at 5c; writing paper at a discount; bargains in ink. Martin's Book Store, 118 North Main street, Bol ster block. Mis Madeline Williams of Averill street arrived in the city to-day from Philadelphia to make an extended visit at her home. Miss Williams is attend ing the nurses' course at the University hospital at Philadelphia. vii.a Vollia Slnvton of South Main street, who is taking a week's vacation from her duties in the l.raniie .vianuiac ; nf nn an automobile trip through Massachusetts. Her place i temporarily filled by Miss Eva A. Bis be. secretary to the superintendent of schools. r:.,n. 1? TW-nrt)i of Rprlin ha pur chased the Riichan house and lot, so called, on Perry street and plans to oc cupy the dwelling around Sept. 1. The sale was msde through the D. A. Terry T Ik V. nntd his farm in Berlin to Geor W. .... Stewart, who will taKe possession wiinm a few weeks. In Bethel Gilesd on the road between Bethel and Rochester, the farm owned by (iale A. Morse has been sold to E. R. Buniney of Brookfield. who plans to take mmediate possession, it win oe recaura that Mr. Rumnev recently sold his Brookfield farm. The deal was consum mated by W. W. Perkins, the Bethel igent for the D. A. Perry real estate igency. I'niform rank. No. fl. Knighta of Pyth 1,H a arwcial meeting at the Pythian k.rrlra l.t TTlinB tO COmPlctC BT' ranitements for the encampment to be ield w hile tne siare i yuiwn i-.Mi.rnn.Mi s in progress at Montpelier. Owing to K ,.fnul nf M.e Central Vermont rail- rosd to pprmit the use of T-angdon mead- iw in Montpelier tor csmping purpow. he rank has decided to pitch its tents Irtercity park. Accordingly a detail will travel to the rL in 11,. mnrninir and iret ttlinCS in is te for the reception of uniform rank . . . L. : ( . B11 m I- Ih. f . T 0 f. V afternoon, it is expected most of thej nt will have oeen set up ana manv :i: n... i ninM there Saturday. A. delefrtion of some 40 lodge members from Barre will be encsmped at the nark from Saturday tmt.il Monday night, -rt.,. ...nant mm mil tee nlsns to make the camp one of the show places of the convention. 1 ik. Minfractin? firm of Lane & ormndesu. comprising A. B. I-ane and v v Vmi.i.ilrii. ha been awarded the contract for erecting cement arch ; hrid-e over the creek at tneisea. i ne , fob nil turned oer to the Barre firm ; after a number of bid" hafl feen openea. One hundred feet in length, the structure, is to hot an arti.tie arch. The" bridge; will replace a wooden structure that has latterly heun to outlive it useful-; n-. At "present the contractors r awaiting the arrival of steel and cenwnt, ' hut when the necessary supplies are on the ground work will be pushed rapidly forward. It is hoped to Have the bridjje eoir.pVted and ready for traffic before the eon is too far tdiancrd. Mr. I.ane i now on a cor tract to, erect an addition to the Trow A Ho!dB j r'srt Sooth Main street. TALK OF THE TOWN McCall patterns at Knight's. All $1.00 house dresses for 6c each at Perry' on Saturday. Extra on Saturday, 12Vic new percales only one day at 10c yard, at Vaughan'. A daughter wa born Sunday, Aug. 9, to Mr. and Mr. Edward Venner of South Main street. Wo recognize service a the best es sential for our patrons. Give u a trial. Miers' Barber Shop. Miss Xellie I. Perrin has returned from Hyannis, Mass., where she has been in attendance at the summer school for teacher. Many a mother' heart i breaking for the daughter that ia gone. See "Why Girls Leave Home," opera house to-night. Adv. W illiam Mercer, who has been pass ing i- week at Greensboro pond, returned to the city-yesterday. Mr. Mercer will resume hi duties at the federal building next week. Andrew Falconer and John Sullivan left this week for Hardwick, where they will be engaged for the coming three weeks on wpecial polishing work at the Fletcher shed. All ."iOc booklets to be sold at 3Sc, all 25c books at lHc and some at 10 and 15c; boy scout books at 5c; writing paper at a discount; bargains in ink. Martin's Book Store, 118 North Main Btreet, Bol ster block. Among those who arrived at the Bur rcll hotel yesterday were: Howard Bris tol. Rotne. X. V.; J. E. Armstrong. Bur lington; Theresa M. Devine, Boston; A. G. Bigelow, Brookfield; Thomas Short. Boston; C. D. Walker, Boston; T. R. Slater. Boston; C. F. Harris, Providence, R. I.; P. K. McAuliffe, Burlington; M. S. Sanders, White River Junction. To morrow on the Goddard campus the Barre A. C. will meet tb,e strong East Barr team. East Barre ha at tracted . considerable attention of late, having defeated the best picked teams from Barre, composed of B. A. C. and I. A. C. player. Beaton, their star nitcher. ia nitchini? the best ball of hi career and will make the B. A. C. travel some to get away with the game, tome to the campus for a good game. O. I. Gregware figured in an accident st the Barclay Bros.' sheds yesterday uhii'h neceaaitaterl the removal of the thumb on his right hand. He was work ing on the huge granite saw wnen in soma manner his hand became caught in h machinery and crushed the mem ber so that amputation was unavoidable. Doctors Reid and Chandler performed the operation at Mr. Grcgware'9 home, 17 Academy street. TALK OF THE TOWN See Abbott's Saturday sale. Ideal house dresse at Knight's. Buy "Regular" flou' at the Kempton mills. M.s. Martha Calef-White, electric nee dle specialist, will be at Miss Cannings' toilet parlor, Barre. Aug. 15 and 18. George Angell returned thi forenoon to his home at Hardwick, after spending a few day in the city as the guest of friends. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the neighbor and friends for their kind words and deed through the long sickness and at th time of the death of our husband and son: and also we wish to thank the Cob ble Hill grange, who attended in a body at the funeral; and Rev. E. F. Newell and Dr. V. C. Goodrich for their kind words and sympathy. Mrs. Anna Bassett, Mr. and Mrs. John Jamieson. ! Good Things! ! To Eat i I Lrgs of Spring Lamb 30c lb. J Voting Fowls 25C lb. j 'Spring Chickens . 33c lb.j I Fresh Hamburg Steak 18c lb. I Whole Hams 22c lb. S I Boneless Smoked Shoulders.. 18c rb.J Beef Sausage - 15c lb. j Loin Roast Pork 22c lb. a Good, Lean Roast Pork 18c rb.J J Pork Chops 18 and 22c lb. J Fish is Cheap now and is always tender, sweet and good. J Chicken Halibut 20c lb. Funcv Haddock (to bake) ... 10C Ib.j S Fancy Mackerel .... 15 and 25c each t Bluefish 20c tb. ! Rock Cod 10c lb. Green Peas 25c peck j I Watermelons. Cantaloupes, Banan-a t as. Pears, Peaches. Lemons, etc. 3 S Special Fruit Ixiaf for Saturday j j 10c. Cakes, Cookies, Bread, Bicuits,J t etc. j i j Sttuj (jimUm j Columbia Floor and Deck Paint A ready-to-use, quick-drying paint for house or piazza floors. Dries hard with a good gloss. Once tried, you will use no other. Call and see our colors. For Sale by A. V. BECKLEY Over Drown' Drug Store Telephone 289-W 46 North Main Street GoodValuesatLadd's New Totatoes, ripe and mealy, per peck 25c Sweet Potatoes, per pound, 6c; 5 pounds for.. 25c Pie Apples, Peas, String Beans, Sweet Corn, Sum mer Squash, Celery and Tomatoes. Peaches, per dozen 30c Pears, per dozen . 35c Cantaloupes, large ones, 3 for 25c Malaga Grapes, Plums, and Watermelons. Royal Marshmallows Roval Marshmallows, fresh from the factory, the finest we ever saw made, per pound 20c Ladd's Cream Bread, cheaper than you can make it, and always fresh, 3 loaves for .... 25c Sponge Cakes, Apple Leaves, Layer Cakes, Check er Fancy Cookies, made from only the best materials. Brown Bread and Baked Beans for Saturday. Native Fowls and Broilers for Saturday. Cold Meats for lunches and picnics. Plenty of Fresh Fish, Clams and Lobsters. Big lot of Mackerel Saturday morning cheap. F.D.L ADD COMPANY i SesU4sssssssssascssassssssssassnasaasssa