Newspaper Page Text
Tlltt JIAKKtt 1M1LY TJMKS, MAJUCK, VT.. T11UHM)A1, iJIMJWMUKK 17, Ml.
1U : RAKRE DAILY TI1NIES THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1914. SHOP EARLY Fitting Gifts That Serve Long No gift can more fittingly or more finely express the taste of the giver and declare his regard in proper form than a gift of something to wear. The great assortment here of arti cles suitable for gifts will surely merit your instant approval. GIFTS SHE WILL SURELY LIKE Beautifully Tailored Suits in the most favored shades and styles, including this season's fall and winter garments, selling now at One-Half Price Dresses Artistic creations in Dresses that will please every lady, no matter how crit ical she may be. Priced, $5.98-$25 Waists Waists that are different will be found here in a large variety to se lect from, including the latest materials and styles. Priced, 98c to $5.98 each. The Weather I mi i r to-ninlit utul Friday; not iiiito mi old in mirtlirni Wrmoiit to-niy lit ; mod- rnto went vindn. n 1 1 j kii mm mo fY Our Bath Robes , make a practical and useful gift. See the larjjre line we can show. Xew colors and designg that will please the materials are the best to be found on the market. Your earliest inspection isi desired. All styles to Delect from now in Ladies' and Chil dren's Robeg. Ladies' Robes, $3.50 to $7.75 Children's Robes, $1.25-$2.98 I t that Jtj STARTS l J ABOVE V'-i I CAN W J PASS WW TALK OF THE TOWN Hears in nil Hi.c holiday boxes at Mar rion's. A I'hristmaH mile of useful gift at Perry's on Saturday. .Sill whim ill CliiintiiiaH lioxes at tlie 1'nris Shirtwiiixt Jloue. JJurre's C'hrintinuH ntore for handker chiefH, The N'auliMii Store. Stephen liarkycoiimb of Manchester, .muss., was among me iI!iiickb vmnurs hi the city yeHtcnlay anil to-day. Miss Celeste Aldrieh, who has been visiting in the city for a few days, re turned thjs forenoon to her home in Xorthtleld. O. S. W'hitaker of Xew York, the Xw England agent for Hart, Schuirner k. Marx, is passing neveral days in Jtarre and vicinity on business. The Ida Head W. C. T. U. will meet to-morrow afternoon at 2:. 10 o'clock with Mra. F. D. Keckley at Park utreet. La- , dies come prepared to work. j Beginning Friday evening and until Christmas all unioii stores will be open until It o'clock, except Saturday evening and Christmas eve. when they will be open until 10 o'clock. The Redding camptire girls will hold a business meeting at the church on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. At the close of' the meeting the members will decorate the church for Christmas Sun- j day. - j That the R. J. Reynolds Tobaceo Co., does not do things on a small scale is in- , dicated bv a holiday gift of a one-pound ' glass humidor tilled with Prince Albeit tobacco, together with novel pipes oi oiay bowl set in a ground cork jacket, all re ceived by The Times. C. S. Andrews of the People's Shoe Store is agent for the Vermont luble society in Utirre and announces mat ne s a coon assortment or tiioies ami ie- 4;nnents for the Christmas trade. There is no book more suitable for a Christmas gift. Call at the store and select yours to-dav. Daily during the holidays we are mak ing from 500 to 1,000 pounds of home made candies in a variety of toothsome ways. Kverything from penny assort ments to chocolates, bon bons, Christmas candy, etc. Give us your order and our expert candymnkcrs will fill it prmoptly. Xew hnglaml Print Store. TALK OF THE TOWN NOTICE We are making some very low prices on our line of Sewing Machines for the remainder of our Christmas shopping days. Come in and get our prices and terms. . See our New Home Cabinet Machine, for quick sale, price . $39.00 The Homer Fitts Co. I Store Open Friday Nteht Till 9 O'clock SCHOOL NEAR BURLINGTON State Institution For Feeble-minded Chil dren $22,00 For Location. Itiirlingtou, Dec. 17. The Vermont t-Ute choil for feeble-minded children uill 1' located on the Mary Fletcher hos pital tartn on the Williston road, for 'vim h the state will pay $22.HMI. accord ing to MaUmint wade by Coventor Fletcher after a meeting in this city yes terday of the lsisrd to select a site. The memls-n of the board are Jov. Fletcher, s -officio. lr. I'. F. JlcSweeney of Hur Imgton. !r. I. S, Cohtirn of Milton, Or. W, J. Aldrii h o St. .lohnsbnrv and Col. .'. K. Pid.l.nk of Bellows Falls, (lov, cliff (isten ln attended the conference. 1 he fsrm tmit of 4' acres. It I as a hfu and several tine buildings and i thoroughly equipped and Mocked. It will of enure. fx- nHVary to mn Mriick several ailditinnal buildings and a Isr?.' administration building will re,tid. aW several colony buildings. More money ,11 Is- twtfxarr and t'w sme will prolwibly lie obtained at the mminff session of the legislature. The lt leeis'stiiie appropriated J.",isl, but 1 tw rmr-) of tin' farm takea up the t!KI"t cf that. It ill l" a creat saving for Vermont to have an institution of this character. The custom has been in this state for many years to have the feeble-minded children cared for in the institutions of other states. At present there are 4 Vermont children being cared tor in in stitutions in Massachusetts, Pennsylva nia and Xew .Jersey. There are also .'lit in Vergennes at the state imlustrial school and many othent in other institu- jtions. These patients cost the state of ermont 10,IHKI a vear. Kecentlv, no tice ha? been given that the Massacliu setts institution will not cure for .0 of the ermont patients now inniat there and they have been rmov the Pennsylvania school. ECONOMY AND SERVICE are assured you in buying LA FRANCE BOOTS All new models in lace and button that will please the purchaser. $3.50 to $5.00 pair The daintiest of Christmas waists on display. Paris Shirtwaist Rouse. Next to Holt's barber shop American Shoo Shine Piulois. ladies' unit gents' shines. Next to Holt's. You are safe in buying your smokers' articles at Mairion's'. All pipes guar anteed not to burn out or crack. We still have a bargain on sugar, IS pounds for yi, Friday and Saturday. Louis Roinaiius, fill Prospect street. "The Character Woman," a two-reel Fchiir featuring .lulia Stuart nnd Ilelie Adair; also I'hilip Smallev and Lois Weblier in "llehiml the 'nil." At the Di jon. Adv. Raymond Ticrnev of South Mam street, who was injured in a basketball giime ut Oraniteville recently, has so Hi lecovered as to be able to resume his du ties in the ollice of Smith & Daslmcr. ,J. (J. Wadleigh, an electrical contrac tor of Boston, who for the past four years has been running an electric store in Bethlehem, X. 11., and taking charge generally of the electric work through northern Xew Hampshire during the summer, will in a short time open an electric contracting business here. Mr. Wadleigh comes here at the solicitation of friends, well recommended, having had 2(1 years' experience in all branches of electric work. Adv. . The remains of Dr. Klton L. Taylor, whose death at his home on North Mam street Tuesday night ciuno as the end to a long illness, were taken to Worcester this afternoon, where private funeral services were to be held. Prior to the departure of the funeral party, Rev. J. P.. Reardon of the Universalist ehureli, held a short prayer service at the house. Owing to the serious illness of Mrs. P. S. Prior, the deceased's mother-in-law, the services were of a very simple na ture. The burial took place in the fam ily lot in the cemetery at Worcester. Arguments in the chancery case of Parry &, Jones, local granite manufac turers, vs. the Empire Granite & Quarry Co. and the Granite Savings Bank S Trust Co., which were started Wednesday morning, were completed last night. Evi dence was submitted at a hearing held in the ollice of J. Ward Carver last week. While the hearing was in progress Mr. Carver acted as special master and he will make his report to Washington county court. Nine witnesses were ex amined before the arguments began. Richard A. Roar appeared for Parry .t Jones, and the savings .bank was repre sented by R. M. Harvey and E. M. Har vey of Montpelier. The Kmpire Co. did not take counsel in the case. J John R. Wilson, secretary of the Wash ington County Veterans' association, re turned this forenoon to his home in Worcester, after a stay of nearly three weeks in Barre and vicinity. Before re turning to Worcester Mr. Wilson visited his daughter. Mrs. A. C. Jones, of Park street. While here he visited a number, of his comrades in the association andj talked over plans for the next reunion,! winch is to be held at Dewey park in July. Commenting on the memtiership 1 of the organization Mr. Wilson referred to the singular fact that only two deaths have lieen reeoded since the last meet ing, which was held last July. Both of the deceased comrades lived in Barre and t hev were Captain A. F. Dodge and Sar- ! gent R. Kmerson, Such a small mortal ity record among the veterans had not been paralleled in a number of years. TALK OF THE TOWN Prices at Perry 'b are reasonable, Xo matter if your gilt is large or small, you want quality. You get it at Marrion's. Silk petticoats are acceptable gilts. A nice showing ift tfio Pari Shirtwaist House, .Michael McDonald of Piarl street, who accompanied Mrs. McDonald and children to Cambridge, Mass., has returned to Bane and will remain hero until next week, when he will return to Cambridge to be with his family over the holidays. HAD $3 AND INGERS0LL. Erstwhile Theatrical Manager Dodged Suit by Actors. Rutland, Dec. 17. Troubles of a band of actors who after being stranded in Schiiylerville, X. Y., took the road as vaudeville artists, Mere told before Jus tice John S. Jiuttlcs yesterday morning when a hearing was held in the cases of Julie Chapman, (Jeorge Leslie, Joseph Hiley and John Miillaly against William A. Davis, one-time manager of the com pany, known as the Miss Broadway Theatrical company, who was discharged by the court, he proving to the satifae fion of Justice Buttles that he possessed only if.'l in money and an Ingersoll watch, nil ol which did not show that he was secreting $20 or more, a fact necessary to prove in order to hold the defendant. It developed during the hearing that the company started from Boston on a loan of $i0 and probably some scen ery. The day after Thanksgiving was a joyful one as were the two following days for the receipts on the door amount ed to carfare out of Pittsfield, Mass., their first stand. The several plaintiffs who sued Mr. Davis in an attempt to collect back salary amounting to about .00 were represented bv ft. S. Jones as agent, while Attorney for the defendant, was Attorney A. K. MacKusuk of Bos- .ton. both as legal adviser and financial backer. j No Better Uiit lhan Linen f J Received yesterday an assortment of Pure Linen Towels, J Tray Cloths, Lunch Cloths, Bureau Scarfs and Covers priced J I at 25c, 38c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and up. 1 Are there many things you'd rather have than pure, snow- X white Linen? And isn't there someone on your list who i would appreciate it as much as you? Go over your list once more and then see our Linen counter. t We cash Christmas Savings Club checks. LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre, Vt. X Successor to Veale & Knight MADE ASSISTANT DEPUTY. Irving G. Ellis of Northfield to Collect Internal Revenue. Purlington. Dee. 17. Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue Fred G. Whitte- rnore received notice yesterday that an assistant deputy had been appointed to help out in his work, which has been greatly increased since the advent of the war tcx. The new deputy is Irving G. Ellis of Xorthfeld. He is now in the city help ing Mr. Whittemoro and becoming ac quainted with the work. He will later lie given jurisdiction of the four south ern counties in the state and the two southwestern counties of Xew Uamp shire. What Shall Give? TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED FOR SALE One Moskr safe; suitable for small office; will sell cheap. Central Granite Co. Indian and Crochet Slippers for la dies and children; all price and sir.es. THE HOMER FITTS CO. TKV "DKYTOOT" FOR FMOES Surveys in Alaska. Since systematic work was begun by the I'nited States geological survey in exploring and mapping the mineral re sources of Alaska, in IS!', the survey has covered by exploratory geologic sur veys 7-,"'imi sipiare miles, by reinnnais sauce geologic surveys Otl.'HXI square miles, ind by detailed geologic surveys 4.071 siaiare miles. During the samei iM'riod topographic exploratory surveys have covered fi 1,000 square miles, topo graphic reconnaissance surveys Uii.Oou siiuire miles, and detailed topographic survey .'i,t',42 square miles. Thirty-tilth annual resirt of the Director, I'nited States Geological Simcy. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the friends and neighlMir for their kindness, also for the beautiful floral offerings. Mr. Caln-t.1 Smith, A. W. 1'obinsnn. Mrs. Nellie Mllt'ooil. Mr. and Vr. Fred Magonn, Ilemue Magoon. DREAMLAND THEATRE EXCEPTIONALLY STRONG FEATURES TO DAY When War Threatens thrilling two-part time, tilled with story of war-sensations A Change of Business A screaming comedy Admission. Five Cents 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. FeopYs Shoe Store, C. S. Andrews, Prp, Barre, Vermont ifttjffl ill $3-50T0$5-00 I A Few Specials ai I I III Hill 55 :::n::3a:::::::j::aKK: s Suitable Suggestions for Christmas PAVILION THEATRE Powerful Photoplays Properly Produced Always Her Last Hope A special three-part drama, featuring Helen Hesperia, with plenty; of action throughout Cameo of the Yellowstone A two-part western thriller of the first water, featuring Wm. Gar wood and Vivian Rich, supported by an all-star western cast Love and Bullets A side-splitting Keystone comedy, featuring Fatty Arbuckle and Mabel Norman ADMISSION, MRS. BEN. H. TASSIE, Pianlct 10c SMALL CHILDREN, 3c STILL ANXIOUS OVER KAISER. "Sore Throat Follow Diphtheria," Ac cording to Rrport Reaching Paris. I'ari. Iki: 17. A Madrid difpat puhliched in the Journal, aayt: "Keliahle ne receive,! here a th Kmpcror William eon.lition. recorded by the bulletin a improved for Practical Presents Suitable for All Mankind i' although gmng great niety. Hi tr r-k j of a enou nore throat, following riiph- i Iheria. which the ' ni-nr contracted ; during int to tlie eaMcrn front." U ! i-j- ; - - - - . '- ; a a : Christmas Shopping A visit to our store mill convince you that we arc well prepared to meet your demand for HOLIDAY GOODS. Our Ion experience ha taught us that the practical sifts are nhat the people are looking for. We have f elected our lines with thi idea in view. Only a few days to Christmas and the aMrtment i now at its het. The Frank McWhorler Co. I). C R'ri, Co?rrrrr, I'j'no n X s X 3 :t : 3 x 2 : s a t n ; i a i a : s ! : s ; n K I - S . There in't an ar ticle listed here that wouldn't brin? pleas ure to the recipient. 3 1 EN'S SUITS MEN'S OVERCOATS BOYS' SUITS HOYS' OVERCOATS FANCY VESTS SWEATERS HATS AND CATS SHOES HOSIERY Buy Substantial, Use ful Gifts SUGGESTIONS FOR APPROPRIATE SELECTIONS Christmas remembrances are always difficult of Mlctin for a preat many peo ple, and it often happens that some useless novelty or trinket is thoen, in the belief that pome jt-ople hM that Chri-tmas pres ents sh;.!it ! something that the recipient m-ouHn't !.;; him.lf. There i Tvthirjr vrc T' ?f hr frr r 'i r.S rf f thf family or intimate friends than '.me sra'-cn&f.le ft in wi-aririr f-p-parel. In th" syrrftions offered in this IVeful presents are longest remem bered and the most highly valued. UNDERWEAR GLOVES .MITTENS CRAVATS SUSPENDERS fc'.'Wjrx err f t " i art c h,i h s.re in r n an 1 I"5? . v ,!! f-A F.t 1 in j r?(t ro j w ,!1 f.r d a T.-jrr.U r of parti ulhily rre ptaMfl In r-ur ) ' K ; ' g e-1, t 8' i (K ( r . ?h - h',' t' I '. ONLY DAYS TO CHRISTMAS SHIRTS MEN'S SLIPPERS LADIES AND CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS u t: u V. ' :: a :: a 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. Cutlery re'?et VAe Will Ca-n Yfvr hH'Imi (IwS Cfk for Any Amootft The Union Clothing Company! Tocket Knives from 2.c to $2.00. All Knives 50c or over in nice Christmas boxes. Shears and Scissors, either single or in Sets. Embroidery Scissors, .0c, in Christmas boxes. Keen K utter Carvers, in sets and pair. Sizes and HamJun Sets Nickel Plated Ware We have the -ROYAL ROCHESTER" CofTee Machines Chafers and Sets Casseroles and Serving Dishrs Planks for Steak I Grape Fruit Sets pnres to suit au. While Handled Steel Knives' in sets, f..0fl. Silver Knives and Forks In j wis, I5.en. j I Electric j E'octric Electric Ekftric Chafing L:hc? C, rills Toaster flsxiula Flyers, Paris Sleis I RARNEY& HERRV SKATES This line offers rr.anv op-( f .nun, ties to p.ease me run and t'V. You an get one. e r e ha e th'n in t. y h'a T m Y rt rf PtV To i Chr-ts r r.tainirg g : Eleelrie and Mechanical J I Train COME IN Tt Hits SNOW SHOES Jl'MrERS C. W. Averill & Co., H 3 IV p4 ?,'a?.re Ti n I"5-TV tti rrwie m art, rrrtT