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TJ1K JIAltlti: DAILY TIMKS. 1IAHUK, VT TUKSDAY. DKCKMIIKK i, IVU.
The Christmas Store Beautiful Let Us Help You to Decide What to Give Nothing is easier than to find a satisfactory present heresatisfactory to both the giver and the recipient. We have gifts suited to the most casual acquaintance, as well as those appropriate for the most intimate friend. The prices, too, are varied, but the quality is, as always, the best obtainable. Bring your Christmas list now, while the rush is not so great, and we can give you individual attention. Christmas Underwear Always attractive styles in our Underwear De partment, which offers a very practical gift. The styles are "chic," materials and trimmings the lat est, and the workmanship the best. Glance over the different styles and see for yourself the val ues we are offering. GLOVES Always pleasing to the ladies and children is a pair of Gloves. Our line ia at the best and sizes complete. We can give Gloves from the wool kind, extra fine quality kid, and the latest styles. Kid Gloves, short lengths, $1,00 to $1.75 pair Long Kid Gloves, $2.25 to $3.25 pair Silk Gloves, long, 79c to $1.25 pair Silk Gloves, short, 50c and 75c pair Leatherette Gloves at 50c pair Louis Meyers & Sons', P. Centemeri & Co.'s Kid Gloves lead them all. RARRE DAILY TIMES TUESDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1914. Robes. .50c to $5.98 each Combinations 69c to $2.98 each Chemises 50c to $1.98 each Drawers. .25c to $1 each Corset Covers ...... ,25c to 1.50 each Camas oles ... .$1.00 to $1.75 each The Weather Fair to-nlj'lit. uml Wi'ilnondayj eontiu wd colli; strong rst wimK TALK OF THE TOWN Tiny your C. liri.-itmiis lewnlrvat Hoi own' early nnd hiive it engnircMl frco. . H. tf. Cnrvcr of Miirslifi.'M in vUit in hid mm, State's AUorni-y J. Ward Onrvf r, of Tiumoul street. Lostev Fiber of Randolph was in the city l-duy on his way to Washington, wlifro he will vinil. rolutivp for a fw daya. Aim hdna Ciorham of Jefferson street li;ft this morning for Waterbury, where she will make a few days' visit at the home of Mrs. Robert Jiugan. To-morrow evening at the Methodist church the men's brotherhood will meet at 7:30 for the purpose of initiation Aftor the lnpMiin. a plmnrlfr Hiimwr will be served. 11 the men of the broth- ! Although Helcher, whotte Bkull whs fiae- trhood are reiiui'fli.etl to be iwejent. Uinrics rioutT of South Main street, TALK OF THE TOWN Will there be a vietrolu in your home this Christinas! Vietrolu and records at llailey's, U Klin street. Largest and most complete stock of Parisian ivory and ivory j, raliu in Harre ut Kussell's, The lU-d Cross Pharmacy. The woman's association of the Con gregational church will hold its regular meeting Wednesday afternoon at,:3J. Members please come prepared to puy dues. C. S. Andrews of the People's Shoe Store is agent for the American Hible society in Harre and announces that he has a good assortment of Hiblcs and Tes taments for the Christmas trade. There is no book more suitable for u Christmas gift. Call at the store and select yours to-day. Owing to the enfeebled condition of Alex ltelcher, the alleged victim in the case, the hearing in the case of state vs. Joseph Morgan, charged with an assault with intent to kill, was not heard tins morning. Arrangements had been made for a preliminary bearing before Justice of the Peace A. C. Dickey in Kust It.ine. li , l r) i Ipj : I II Knitting Needles are Clicking : ! tured in a fracas said to huve occurred in "Touch Knd." Graniteville, on the oven- Beacon Blankets We can show you a fine display of Blankets- ap propriate for men's and ladies' bath robes, in the latest styles, at $3.00 and $4.00 per set. Bed Spreads Our holiday line is com plete. All sizes and styles, from the small crib to the full bed sizes, in plain fringe and cut corners, at $1.00 to $6.50 What's Better Than An Umbrella An always useful article, one that lasts a long time, and. an article that makes a practical gift. Our line is complete, offering you extra values in Ladies' and Gents' Umbrellas at popular prices. Colored Umbrellas in la dies', with attractive handles. Gent's Umbrellas $1.00 to $5.00 Ladies' Umbrellas $1.00 to $5.50 See our special at f.$2.39 each CAPP'S INDIAN BLANKETS AT $7.50 The Homer Fitts Company WE CASH THE BARRE SAVINGS BANK'S CHRISTMAS CLUB CHECKS who went, to RuH!n;'ton Ytnlv, has ' nK of Dee. 5, continues to make fair entered the F-imiv '"Allen" hospital nnd ! "-rr'!, toward recovery, he was unable expect to undergo an. operation on his Mo appear in court to-day to testify neck If tV clivi.iei,.u t'.i.ilr if .r1vii hi... I ttgoinst the respondent. Helcher has lett Several month's ago Mr. l'Umtf submitted ' ' City hospital and is now at his board to tin operation lor ti.e removal of a I i"f-'house. His recovery is expected to be niaiiynant growth on his neck. Deeds were recorded to-d;ty in the transfer of the furm in More town known as the Mo!i;eon place to Mr. and Mis. Gcorjje Rgcor of Montpclier, the sale hav ing been made by Ceorpe W. Chandler, much more rapid than was at first lie licved to be possible. The hearing will be held Friday forenoon. The Apollo club of Mbntpelier and the Vincitia club of this city will come to gether at the rooms of the latter club in the capital citv represents tive of the I). 1 1,10 Pdnnehard block Thursday evening in A. l'eirv real estate agency. The farm, t,1P of sor"' of tournaments to be known 'also sometimes a the Mack in I h('H durimr the winter months. Last phce, is located not far from Moretown jn'ffht committees representing each club village. Until recently it has been owned ! J1!,rr" 10 "laKC Hrrangemenis lor by Mr. and Mrs. KuRene Mongeon of Harre town, who fljnired in signing the deed. Mr. and Mrs. Mpnpeon vacated the farm sometime apo and the former is now employed on the fjuarries in Ciranite ville. Fifty-five acres comprise the farm and neither personal property nor tools are involved in the sale. Mr. nnd Mrs. the interelub events. Vincitia club will entertain on the opening night of the se ries and the two clubs will alternate in January, February and March until four tournaments have leen held. In years past annual tournaments between the two clubs have been very eniovable. Competitions are to be held in cards, bil- Recor plan to give up their residence In i1' nt PoolB. eamB "aving been se Mnntnolior mt will m.-o n Mnmfrtwn i lected to represent each club. The '. .. . . .. ' ! l... ...:u a SHOE &r WOMEN ARE CORRECT IN EVERY WAY The styles are pleasing to the eye, the price to the pocketbook $3.50 to $5.00 pair . SLIPPERS FOR CHRISTMAS Crochet Slippers, $1.00 snd ?1.25 pr. Indian Slippers, $1.70 to $2.23 pr. Slipper holes 2k! to 40c pr. Drawer Leggins st $1.00 pr. THE HOMER FITTS CO. TW DRYFOOT" FX) ft SHOES TALK OF THE TOWN A good line of musical instruments to select from at Hailey's, 14 Kim street. Roger Mclntyre, who has been visiting his uncle in Harre for the past 10 days, returned this forenoon to Concord, X. II., where he is employed. W. J. Turner of' Thetford Mines, P. Q and Mrs. Margaret Work of Hardwick are spending several days in town, being called bv the death of jiernard Stewart. Officers of Suadah temple and a local TALK OF THE TOWN Call in and look over our line of music bags and rolls, at Iiailev's. Two-reel feature, "the Guard Post Hide," and also Philip Smalley and Lew ie Webber at the liijou. Regular review of Harmon hive. Xo. 1. L. O. T. M.. Wednesday, Dec. Iff, at 7:30 p. in. Business of importance. Let there be a large attendance. Quarters at the city farm on the Mer chant street extension have not been so committee are planning a warm reception cramped for some time as they are to for the .'100 memlters of the temple who j (hiy. Recently the arrival of a single are to assemble here. Thursday evening family at the almshouse brought the for their snnual meeting. The business j number of inmates from 10 up to 18 and mere are oiners wno nave applied tor a winter's shelter there. With the ap proach of cold weather, the poor depart ment i always taxed to its utmost and the calls for assistance seem to lie even more numerous than usual at this time. Parre Italians were at the Central Ver mont station in numbers last evening to session will be made the occasion for the election of a new slatf of officers and a buffet luncheon and informal speech mak ing will be additional features. The meeting is to lie held in Pythian hall. Mrs. IHmicl Mansur and daughter, Miss Mary Maimur, of Iturlington, who have been six'iuling several days in the !. .i. .. t t . 1. my "" ' '"" ,wr.cIlle the arrival of Rieeardo Corridi- I TOM MM I hllH'l , W fill 1 IIIW Mirt'IHFm IU TALK OF THE TOWN The Arts k CrsfU club will meet to morrow evening with Miss Vrlma Mrh-h-r. The Hsrre Savings batik has received a large amount of nem- buffs to nickels snd Lincoln pennies. They will exchange them for old ones. Mrs. Frsnk Wort hen of Hardwick, who bs bn visiting friends here for several days, left to-day for Pls.rinVld, where sbe will spend a few days before return ing to Iwr home. Montpclier, where thev will pans the re mainder of the week in the family of Louis Herbert, returning Saturday to their home. They were accompanied to the capital to-day by Mr. Romanos, Isaac Simonson and Joseph Shsdraoui of South Main street, who will join Mr. Herbert in a celebration of his birthday snnivcary to be held to night. SOUTH BARRE. fcrro, the Italian poet, who is to make a week's stay with friends in the city. During his vUit here Mr. Corridiferro is the guest of friends in the north end, al though an effort will lie made to have his aoiiaintance with lx-al people ex tend throughout the city. Mr. Corridi ferro speaks in Miles' hall Thursday evening on the "Commemoration of Mar io Rapiordi," and aain next Sunday, when his subject will be "From Hums to Ferrer." In the opera bouse Saturday evening the Indciendciit Filodramatie Co. will prevent two of the pout's playlet in his honor. around the first of the vear. Crossed wires on the system of the Consolidated Lighting Co. are responsible for the absence of street lights in three or four sections of the city last night and for defective lighting in other local ities. Evidences of trouble were detected by employes of the company early yes terday and all during the day a deter mined effort was made to locate the trou blesome wire. Xight found the linemen still hunting and it was not until to-day that they began to get a clue to the whercabMts of the trouble. On the west ern side of the city a number of streets were in darkness and at intervals along the east side one could discover outdoor lights that were not sending out a very friendly glow to the lute homegoer. At the lighting company's office in this city trt-dsv it. was estimated that, nenrlv .tfl street lights were put out of commission j '" tllirJ P0"'1'"11 by the short circuit. It was hoped that the service would be improved by this evening. Something of a novelty in the form of a one-night fair was given at Goddard seminary last night. The assembly hall was decorated with fir trees snd ever green so as to give a Christmas effect. Booths along the side of the ball, where food, punch, ice cream ami fancy article made by the students were sold, were also decorated with fancy colors and Christmas bells. A tree was used at one place, where presents of different kinds could be bought. The affair was handle. 1 by the commercial class of the seminary. An admission of five cents was charged, and $.')0 was cleared .luring the evening. A one-act comedy. "My I'ncle's Will," was presented during the early part of the evening. Milo Eastman, Clem Hatch elder and Kdith Watson were the char acters of the farce. After this presenta tion, which was loudly applauded, the floor was cleared and the school orches tra of eight pieces furniihcd music for dancing which made up the rest of the evening's entertainment. matches will beirin at 8 o'clock and n buffet luncheon will be served later iii the evening. Friends in this city of R. James Grigg, a former Harre boy and for several years a member of The Times' reportorial staff, will be interested to learn of the prog ress he is making nt Tufts Dental college in Boston, where he has been a student since the opening of the college year. "The Student Cosmos" contains a list of the honor announcements for each class in the December exams, and Mr. Grigg's name stands second from the top in the entering class. T. P. Donahue of Win throp, Mass., whose record as a schoolboy athlete in greater Boston may be fa miliar to local track fans, leads the class, while Hubert Colton of Dorchester, an other prominent figure in the interschol astic events of the past two years, was I From Maine to California, from Minnesota to Texas women f have taken up that useful avocation knitting especially for "the man behind the gun" in Europe's windswept Z trenches. mi. . l 1 a 4.: r n i 1 i i.ti. M T i.ne comipri aim prui-euuun ui mi-wuui nanu-mui, vi viu- cheted Scarfs and Wristlets -I 1 1 4I J 1 T J "socks ana ADaominai juanas can hardly be over-estimated; and the women of this city i are rushing to the "front" to do their part in this national tribute to brave men. But to make the work worth while, the yarn must be first X class. We therefore recommend "Lion Brand Yarns" I as best we know of soft and durable ; and every woman who hiiva "T.inn" will hp srnrp nf cpttinor full weiffht. buys "Lion" will be sure of getting full weight We have all shades and colors and mixtures; but for mili tary purposes the new KHAKI MIXTURE is used. Mail and 'Phone Orders Promptly Filled LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE GRANITEVILLE. Five reels of first class moving pic tures w ill lie ohow n every Tuewlay, Thursday snd Saturday evening st the Uranitc theatre. Admission V. Slid DREAMLAND THEATRE ALL NEW FEATURES TO-DAY Three Men and a Woman A strong two-part Lubin drama, fea turing Arthur Johnson Caught in Tights A screaming Keystone comedy Admission, Five Cents There w ill I s special meet in of South Harre grange t grange hall on Thursday evening. Dec. H, at 8 o'clock tn transact the following tuisiness: 1st. To .-e if the grange will vote to change K:jKaKaKaaa3::Kn::annKfuaaaan::aaaaaan::Knna the date of the next stated meeting; 2d, To do any other business that may le gally come Is fore the meeting. Per or der master. I HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre,Vt. f X Successor to Veale & Knight a i i -8 a a a a a t? A ONE-HORSE HA INi MAlHINE FOR trT' Akwuik n t Hrrrt:. t ; nail h V KALE- Nrljr f : all oai. thrvr mril tualifW aal Kk A So I nlmmm : aa y am; will rhtmp. An.r Jrtm H. Jon, nrlini .i.rtr it f.- briaht. aciv a M TrimoM lr4. pas Htai lar rnrt Am-ia-atwm y , ivtit iwvipH I'T hj turriar. IWmhw i a WANTEH-Mm with fam.lr t" ' im an4 ilJ ..n.l h th twmrA M JJ farm; aul ha ta haa.l mr riraa an4 4rarp. A4r f' 4 Iltwrtui. raa. TOO LATE TO HE CLASSIFIED LOST -A Udiw' amall ailarr tmraa tn irin. tty pf lirarr Fitutor Mtawa Umr a ma at Tfca Tla attV-a. Card of Thstiki. We wish to thank our friends and n ighlK.ra ftr their kitidiiea snd help in nwnt Iwresvemeiit. sKo for the fior si offerings. Mrs. TVrnard Stewart, Miaa f n n.s Strwsrt. uitable Suggestions for Christmas ! What Shall I Give? This question is in every mind just now. Come to us and we will help solve the problem. There is nothing so suitable as the best. "Queen Quality" has this reputation. Buy her a pair of "Queen Quality" Shoes and she will remember you longer than if you gave her a box of candy. This week we will put in a pair of $1.00 Silk Stockings with these Shoes for 50c. People's Shoe Store C. S. Jaudrswa, Prp Barre, Vermont llll I llllllllllllllllll 1 I rr.nnTocoo fJ f J A Few Specials o& $6. in lllllllll for Practical Presents Suitable for All Mankind NOTia; fWMarf nntfj fa ha Cttnlta Mnnafa- I-.m-, Vl; a4rrfMnc tS-W. Hilt a There Isn't an ar ticle listed here that wouldn't bring pleas ure to the recipient. .MEN'S SUITS . : And Now for the Holiday Trad Our lock of practical holiday ifl. a revcr complete a at thi namn. For the Man or Boy From Vc Net k car to a Fur Coat, oar a6irtmcnt U lartre and varic-d. Kcivcr Nkc-ar, Onyx J!oicrj, Cluctt Shirt. Stcrlire Swcatir. SHALL WE If AVE TH E PLEASURE OF SIIOWINfi YOU. The Frank McWhorter Co. a t a a a a a a a MEN'S OVERCOATS ROYS' SUITS ROYS' OVERCOATS FANCY VESTS SWEATERS a a a a Et a a HATS AM) CAPS SHOES Buy Substantia!, Use ful Gifts SUC.ESTIONS FOR APPROPRIATE SELECTIONS Christmas remembrances are always difficult of "-election for a great many peo ple, and it often happens that some uselos novelty or trinket is thoon, in the lw-lief that .onie people hold Uit Christmas pres ents should le pome thing that the recipient wouldn't buy himself. There is m-thing more apprr,rrite for merr.lrs of the family rr intimate friends than (".me feasrr.a!.e gift in wt;mrg np panl. In the f-uggefti'C 'Terf.I in this ar.nouncfmer.t j-nu will find a numUr f articles mhich are partindarly accept al le to rr.en and t.y. In our cl -thirg wrtion you will f.nd Suits and Overro&is of hiirh cla&; &t, in practi a!!y all l.n.. Useful presents are longest rrmeni hercd and the most highly valued. UNDERWEAR HOSIERY ONLY 10 DAYS TO CHRISTMAS CLOVES MITTENS CRAVATS SUSPENDERS Useful Christmas Gifts! are what everyone is looking for at this time. Our Hardware Store offers a large variety of the most useful and practical gifts. You will find something suitable for all a I E a I l a I SHIRTS MEN'S SLIPPERS LADIES AND j CHILDREN'S j SLIPPERS 1 a a a a a a V a a We? WiT C..h Yfmr ChriMmas Club Chwk for Any Amcrt 2! Tocket Knives from 2c to $2.00. All Knives 0c or over in nice Christmas boxes. Fhtars f.nd Scissors, either; f inglo or in Fts. j Embroiderj" Si';sors, r0c, ; in Christmas t.rs. Keen Kuttrr Carvers, in sets and pa:rs. Sires and prices t f tut a'l. ! White Handled Steel Knives in sets, f-'i.OO. j Silver Knives and Folks in Mi, fsm i Nickel Plated Ware We have the ROYAL KOCH ESTER CofTee Machines Chafers and Sets Cae roles and Serving Dishes Hanks for Steak Grape Fruit Sets RamVin Sets Electric Chafing Dichcs Fl1ric Grills EIttric Toatcrs Lift trie CofTi-e Percolators Teals 1 flaxiMa Flyers, Pari "This line fr rr.ry t ; rv.H tsn.l r in r.if-at the n.in Wil ir i ut- barney & r.FRRV skates Y"i can g't ore, or e Y.v 71 RIJ SNOW SHOES tn'-rn in . . JFMI'EKS Tc'4 Ch'-'ts. ffiy.tair.ir.g r I' r EJrflnr and Meehaniral 7 i Trsins COME IN 1 1 The Union Clothine Company! C. W. Averill & Co., 3 a Then? 5IJ-W Harre. t. rc s i roT