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THE BAJtRK DAILY TIMES, BAItRE, VT., 01 Interest to Every Woman Mill End Sale of Cloakings We have secured a desirable lot of Cloakings in Chin chillas, Zibelines, Kerseys, Plushes, Boucles, Plaids and Plaid-Baek Goods. We have marked these goods at prices that mean quite a saving to you. Fifty-Six Inches Wide $1.25, $1.30, $1.89, $1.98, $2.00, $2.25, $2.75 TALK OF THE TOWN PERRY . CAMP nm You can have a Columbia Christmas Grafonola Outfit sent to your home (or anywhere you say) and on Christmas morning if you wish, for only a small initial payment. Bal ance can be paid, at your convenience, aft er the holidays. We can give you an outfit that will just fit your pocketbook, and on special Christmas terms. Columbia Double- up. Columbia "Leader" Grafonola. Others from $17.50 up. B. W. Hooker & Co. cm I $75--Easy g MARSHFIELD. A. It. Cole was in Haverhill, Mass., re cently on business. It i reported that Mr. Cole has sold his valuable farm on the Holly' Falls road to parties winhing to utilize the water privilege in connec tion with the Tenney company. It ia hoped by everylxxly that Mr. and Mr. tole will not leave our nudiu, but will ronelude to remain with u. Mrs. Charter of HazanlHville, Conn., a inter of G'eorpe Emery and mother of Frank Hiehardson of I'lainfieM, is stop ping in the home of her son for an indefi nite period. Member of the coining miiiKtrel enter tainment are obliged to postpone the date until sometime in the month of Feb ruary, probably about (St. Valentine' Iay. In the meantime the program will be in preparation and further notice will be given. Myrtle Temple Pythian Sister voted a gift of $5 to the relief fund for our Belgian Bisters, now in need of sympathy and help. Perfeot Resemblance. ' A young woman was recently intro duced to a 'voluble woman as "sinter of So-aud-So, the artist." Instantly the latter exclaimed: "I should have known the relationship, my dear, by the resem blance. Why, it is perfectly startling. I never saw face more exactly alike in contour and." "Hut, Mr. V.." inter rupted the girl. "I am onlv hi sister- in-law." "Which make it all tha more wonderful," continued the other, without displaying the least embarrassment or hesitation. Kansas City Time. The Barre Thrift Club Operated by the Quarry Savings Bank and Trust Company The?e Thrift Clubs are known and operated all over the United States. They are nothing new; have been used in European countries for many yearn. Thrift Clubs are organized by corporations and societies for the purpose of encouraging thrift in their communities, being one of the most prominent elements in the building of prosperous cities and towns. Societies are assisting in forming Thrift Clubs for the benefit of the young, believing that boys and girls who form the habit of aving regularly, a part of their earning or al lowance, are more pure of making honest and prosperous citizens, it giving them a definite object in life that is Fure to shape their course for good in future years. You now have an opportunity to Income a member of our THRIFT ClXr, at once, giving you the privilege of electing the da's which ?cm mot suite to your wihes, hereby you tan pay the un of 25c, 50c, f 1.00 r r f2) per wc-f k for fTty at the corrluion of -which you will receive the principal which you have paid in, plus 2 r r vr t. interest on ' the sflrne. J;n now. Ojr THRIFT CI.I H will a.it you to ave your nr.ry for ytmr r ett year's ( hritmas Gift, ("a!! ni !', w us to explain our rv-th'! of conducting our THRIfT CLUB. Cliriatma good in boxc at Abbott'. Jloy and girl' book, those Otic popu lar copyright book, alio latent fiction, at Martina llookutore. Tha McWhorter I'o. are showing Keiser and Cheney neckwear, 25c to f 1.00. Small biarmo and celluloid doll at Mi Howell s, corner Main and Pearl street. W, W, lVrkiiiH of Bethel wu among the biiHine vixitor in the city venter day and to-duy. Dr. J). (,'. Jarvi of J52 Franklin street left yeterday for Burlington, where he will visit relative for a short time. Mr. Frank Cuve of French street re turned home yeterday from ltoMton, where she attended the funeral of a rela tive. Mr. Ruth Chantlin of Minneapolis i pending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Stella Lawrence of the Northern hotel. There will be a rehearsal for the Christina concert at the Baptist church Thursday afternoon directly after school. Mrs. George William of Williams- town, who has been visiting her daugh ter, JUra. K. C. Waterman, of Camp btroet, returned home to-day. Mr. and Mrs. Bertram! Sully, who have been viBiting in Barre and Montpelier for ft few days, returned this morning to their home in Ogdenaburg, N. Y. The Lend a Hand society of the Ber lin Corners Congregational church will hold an nil-day sew on Thursday at the residence of Mrs. William Turner. Mr. Jacob Harder, who has been vis iting in Randolph for a few days, left the city to-day for her home in Califor nia, after making an extended stay in New England. Peter Calderara, who ha lieen passing 10 days at his former home in Barre, left last night for a short stay in Concord, N. II., before going to Mjlford, Mass., where he has employment. I have left one dozen and a half fur sets, which I will close out at a very low figure. You will be surprised. Better come in and look them over. Joe Koval- sky, Tailor Shop, Kastman block. Frank Walker, who ha been detained at his home, 37 Jefferson street, by illness for the past fortnight, is slowly recover ing his health, although he will le un able to be out of door for everal day. A parcel of land in Kdgecliff near Montpelier ha been sold by the IX A. Perry real estate agency to Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Keegan of the capital. The plot adjoins property now owned by Mr. Kee gan. Nearly 50 .couples attended the dance last night given by the I. O. F. in the K. of C. hall in the Scampini block. The Christopher Columbus band of five piece turmsluHi music and dancing was en joyed until midnight. John Colombo of Klliston street and John Sassi of North Main street left this morning for South Ryegate, where they will remain until Saturday as the guest of a party of hunters in the woods around Pine mountain. Mrs. B. L. Newman of Horlnvrton, Montana, was in the citv yesterday on her way to Waterbury after a few days' visit with friends and relatives in Wash ington. I-ater Mr. Newman will return to her western home. A poll of the lawyer represented in a civil ease at city court thi forenoon found three-fourths of the attorneys fa- i voring Congressman Gardner in hi agi tation for a larger complement of regu lar aoldier in the I'nited State army. Two of the minority barristers thought the country's geographical isolation i an effective barrier against invasion. At Merhi's alley last evening the bowling match between Boston and Washington resulted in the former tak ing four points, and in the match be tween Detroit ami Chicago the latter to.ik four points. Thomas Burke got 1.12 pin for the high single string. To night New York liowls agnintt Phila delphia and Cleveland against St. Ix)uis. Cobble II dl grange held its regular meeting last night and two resignations in the list of officer for the ensuing year were reported. Mr. Henry Ha -sett was eieeien (fiHpiain ana .miss tieiene Hack, pianist, to till the vacancies. The program was in charge of Misses Hael nd Itelenr Hack, Mi Sutton and Mr. Rnhen. who presented the laughable pantomime. "A Donu-M if Tragedy," very uiTcfully. The officer fur the ensu ing year will be installed at the next regular meeting, to lie held Jan. 5. A d'lightful dancing party wa given by the teacher of Spaulding high school at How land hail last evening in honor of Mi llovey, formerly diretor of music in the public schools, who ha been vis iting in town fr two week. There were alsMit twenty rouph- in attendance! nd a vried dnce order wa carried out. to innir by Pruce's orchestra. Light re freshment were served during the even ing, and the dancing wa concluded at midnight. Deputy Sheriff H A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Chris s Rush Is Ob. This will be a very busy week. Customers who shop this week will be well served. They will find the best assortment for years, and prices will appeal to all as right We handle only sensible kinds, those that have an intrinsic value kinds that will please the receiver long after Christmas has gone. As our assortment gets larger, our store becomes a better place to trade. You get nearer what you need, and in that way you can plan your money to go quite a lot farther. If you wish to economize, you can have some of your money left over for your own use. The following are a good purchase. Christmas Ribbons There are o many use for Christina Ribbon that one should always keep in touch with the largest assortment. Keep an eye on prices. Be able to buy all the Ribbon value that your money will purchase. Buy of merchants who turn their stock fust enough so that they can be kept fr;sh and right a to idyle. So many Ribbons used for Christmas gifts bucIi as Sash Ribbons, Hair Rib bon, Underwear Ribbon, and a hundred kinds of fancy work. See our plain Ribbon at 5c, 10c, 15c, and our specials at 19c and 25c ul8 our 25c Fancy Ribbons worth from 35c to 50c per yard.. These are a job lot (all perfect). Marshall Field & Co.'s Handkerchiefs will save you lot of your Handker chief money. How? Just for the reason that you can find in this line lot of style at 15c as good as in other line's at 25c. It the largest line in thi country. They run 'sev eral factories themselves. In thi way they get these Handkerchiefs to u at a lower price. Initial Handkerchiefs for ladiea and gents at 15c each. Silk Initial Handkerchief made of Jnp Silk at 50c. Ladies' Neckwear and Kid Gloves You will find here only the latest Mca in Neckwear. Special value at 25c and 50C. All of our Kid Glove at special price $1.50 war price, now $1.00; 2.0O, for $1.50. IIIp Pyraline Ivory will look good to you who want nice thing that have year of service. Put up in sets or sold separately a you want. No extra charge for single pieces. Novelties Teddy Bears and Woolly Dog that have electric lights for eye. , Beautiful new lot of Ladies' Neck Chain" and Neckwear. See these be fore they are picked over. Christmas Umbrellas Extra nice new lot of Ladies' and Gents' L'mbrella. New Umbrellas, very pretty han dle at $1.00 'cn- Specials at $2.98 that are well worth 60c more. One of our best L'mbrella and one of our best seller is our Colored Um brella in all the leading colors to match the dress or suit, or to wear a an every-day Rain Umbrella. Useful Christmas Suggestions In our Ready-Made Department are to be found many thing that are very useful and acceptable for Christmas gift. Any lady would be glad to accept a good set of Fur. We have just in some new Waist values in the Crepe de Chine and in Colored and White Flannel Waists. The many good Petticoat value we can show you will surely interest you if you want a nice Messaline or Crepe Petticoat. See the special Crepe with fine lace flounce. Also a special Messaline Petticoat at only $2.50. The special price we are making on Suit at thi time of the year should appeal to any who want a good Suit to finish out the season. Ladies' Waists We have just received -an invoice of Ladies Flannel Waists that we consider exceptional values. These are the new Hi-Lo Waist style and are made from a plain Gray and a White Flannel, with black hair-line stripes. Come in two qualities, one at $1.25 and one at $2.00- We have some new Crepe de Chine Waist in Blue and White; also a Figured Chiffon Waist that ia very good. Ladies' and Children's Furs In Ladies' Furs, we can give you almost anything you may need, at price that are right. Owing to thej sharp decline in raw furs, we have gone through our stock anil taken out all odd piece and marked them at prices that will appeal to juiu as a good saving in price, just at the time when you can appreciate tie same. In Children' Furs, we huve some good Fur Set values, as well as separate Muffs, at price that are right. Women's and Children's Bath Rcbes Bath Robes are always very accept able a Christinas gift. These we have in a good assortment. The small size for children, from two to six year, have been in good demand, and we have them made from the Beacon Blankets and from the plain Eiderdown, at prices from $1,00 to S1.50. In the children's sizes, from six to 14 years, you will find a good assort ment in qualities that are the sea son's best. These are made from the Beacon Blankets and plain colored Ei derdowns, at prices that are very reasonable. Ladies' Tailored Suits In Tailored Suits, we have a very good assortment of sizes in Suits where there is only one of a style. These we have put on one rack to close at one-half price. These are the season' best value in Suit that are made by our best tailors, and in the season's best style. See how good a Suit you can get at from S6.00 to $15.00. The following are being sold in large quantities for gifts: Bed Comforters (those especially with silk covers), Blankets, Sheets and Pillow Slips, Bed Spreads, Table Linen and Towels, Muslin Underwear (especially Corset Covers and Robes), Christmas Umbrellas, Neck Chains and Wide Belts, Linens for fancy work, Wool Dress Goods and Silks, new Wash Goods, Hoagknit Sweaters. We will parcel post anything here free, if ordered by mail or telephone. The Daylight Store x X ! TALK OF THE TOWN T. Mat-ton and bief Snrlair of the police department went to ;tnittilV yetrdT and aervei a rle jil execution on one M. Iard, the tustisjf.r of the Xaalirille Muli-tit. who re putt in? on a Dixie Ireamlnt show in the quarry villa? this it, !vl ctinn Fitit rd tred hr ni.red nisn named AINn. who i in jiur- j liriyton at It present tine. M is rlairm d j that Allen ! ft the trntip 1-ii.t W iti iw tnmjrT miiiu turn l k salary. I rd i.o,l f i,..t from tn- 1 Ailin ernn ( tlx- rrt'n ln t'w f T.r took lum in riiM'vIv I wti nil r New Christina aprons at Ahlstt'. "Our Latest" ciar in small loxe of 12 and 25' at lenders.' Sweater and mackinaw, for any member of the family; the McWhorter Co. have them. A car of. fancy Danish cablsie on Cen tral Vermont track. Very low price at car. Order of your dealer or call at my oflice, Granite street. Sidney E. Spaf ford. Charles Zanleoni ha moved hi house hold pooi from 44 Granite reet into apartments recently finished off in the second story of the Zanlconi block on North Main street. P. F. McLaughlin, who ha IsM-n spend ing several day in the city on business connected with the Monument Retailer, the new trade jwper which he recently i extablihhed. i returned to hi home in j Boston. On a wrrnt from the municipal au thorities Constable George I.. Morn" yes terday placed Fred Ihitsl tinder arrest for the alleged non-payment of hi txe. It i stated by the colloct.tr that Puval i delinquent in the matter of settling tK accounts f other year. Constable Morris accompanied the mn to Mont pelier last night and lodged him in the coiintv jail. There he will remain until he o'tin money enough tn .Ure his acrmint" with the col'ector. Meanwhile, the city is holden for the mt of com mitting the respondent well the ri penditure incident t" hi detention at the jail. Memln-m f the t ity inMinnl bve intimated tat they will order iHival'a r-b-aw if tt looks though an etjs'n- lie board bill i I" follow, while the r- jxnih-nt himwlf ha announced thM he i'l have rtioncv tn pay hi tte before the i ity I as time to a-k for hi releaae. j Shipping iritm treea by parce-l "t 1 foinis a trail ln nrlniie irt of the Ixmv p.t rg ! . whwh i tn ing 'anted on t t' l'tr r-""t'irfie this 1 t f-ntmt i-le. l'-ople who deoire to Uupplv t'wir relative in the larger cti TALK OF THE TOWN Hoagknit sweater at Abbott'. Baby sleigh and robe. Sadlier'. Pipe at one-half price at Lander,' Christmas watche and jewelry at Holme', Bolster blin k. "Our latest" cigar in small boxe of i and 25' at lander.' IVwey Husscll of Claiemont, N. H., i assisting hi brother, Floyd (!. Bus sell, in the Bed Cross pharmacy during the holidays. (iraniteville A. C. and Spaulding high school are matched for a basketball game to l plyed in the (liurch street gym nasium this evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. nd Mr. Antonio Broggi of Bug !e avenue and A. Fontana were in Montpelier yesterday to attend the fu neral of a cousin of Messrs. Broggi and Kontana. (Jiovanni lominiuii. whose death Monday followed an illnes of about two week. An illustration of eipiine intelligence was shown on Main street this forenn when a horse tethered to a 't made re peated effort to replace a blanket which bad liecome rtially dislodged from it buck and which bung down by the aui nml'i forelegs, where the beast could grasp it with its teeth. The hore wir.ed the blanket and tried to to the cover ing over it bead o that the blanket would Wind in it projier place on a cold dy; Iki t the blanket wa attached to the harness in such a way that in spite of niny rffort the horse bad to give it up. The mrl of the lesson eetu to he: owr your bore securely when the lst are left standing in eiposed plce. Gets Damages Against Traction Co. B. J. Bilker of Jeffersonvillc h;v won a verdict of $l,541.HO in Lamoille county court against the Burlington Traction company. It was an action for negli gence. In 1509 Buker was at work in Whitcomb' livery stable in Burlington and was riding a horse on Pearl street one day when run into by a traction company car. The horse bail to be killed and Buker claimed that be received in juries from which he still suffer. The company settled for the loss of the horse. The case was tried by jury. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the many friend and neighbor for their kind word and dii'ds, tendered u during our bereave ment, also member of Clan Gordon, O. S. C. Mrs. William Murray and family. If you WANT TIIK KARTH and want it colored, (iet a Wallace Nutting Picture If you want one little girl, alvs true If you want peace in the home, If you want to be in fashion, beautiful and good, (Jet a Wallace Nutting Picture If you want to show- good tati j Prepare for ! I.. . i . li ... .. , t. e the .o.iFit r il-il. be t id to !ttv, nli '., ,!,,' te. I ti l I Itherto UT-He.l re .tn- , , . ' -...i f ... - I.. . "" i nifi'n."". ""' a-i i". j, j l ard tr H'c tel. i ' .. )irigM about ' tle n i! ',t,n...,, T...,l l. V-iiriMmcii Before (he G and Rush Get a Wallace Nutting Ticture Get a Wallace Nutting Ticture which is the recognition of beauty. Get a Wallace Nutting Picture If you want to go to FurojM- for two dollar and a half. Get a Wallace Nutting Picture If you want to ee America first (made in Ametit-ai, ti.-t a Wallace Nutting Picture If you love the colonial day (everything antique but the gir!. Get a Wallace Nutting Picture If you want to carry May into IWember and dune into January, Get a Wallace Nutting Picture If you want to make wedding bcuttfnl nd 1in.tma a joy. Get a Wallace Nutting Picture If your tate h outrun your mean, ctih up by mean of a Wallace Nutting Picture If you want originality anl tiuty, Oef a Wallace Nutting Picture If yo want aomething more beautiful, Git a Wallace Nutt.ng pM-ture The greatest collection cf Art riatmotype in the world, worth a uart-r of million bow, and will be multipl.ed in value. MISS M. U WALKER :I NORTH MAIN VTK.LCT 1 m i indu tiie tinin mad for lil ct'i erid a trnit lr of parol "t I Before (he G and Rush J I Crvstalh'-d .ing-r. p'T b. t..5C, v "reserved Mem 'reiiirned to rarutet! ;-t i i' t. 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