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T1IK 1SAJ.KH DAILY TIMKS. KAKKK, VT., TlhJHSDAY, DKCKMUKTl 17, 101 1.
5 A Christmas Sale Of Useful Gifts at Perry's on Saturday Here Are Gifts, Not Only Attractive, Hut Practical Here Arc Prices, Not Merely Reasonable, But Low $3.00 Value, $2.29 Messaline Petticoats, $2.29, Jersey Top This is a Messaline Petticont, with jersey top, flounce deep with fancy plaiting and corded; a really $3.00 Tetticoat; Dark Green, Brown, Navy Blue and Cerise. This excellent Fetticoat for only $2.29. Ask to see the Messaline Petticoat at $2.98. YOU WILL BE INTERESTED IN OUR HANDKERCHIEF SALE 6 Ladies' AH Pure Linen Handkerchiefs for 25c A soft finish Linen with a 14-inch hemstitched finish. A better finish than you usually buy. We shall sell these Handkerchiefs for S for 25c as long as they last. A good liberal supply. 6 Men's Pure White Soft Finish Handkerchiefs for 25c A large size Man's Handkerchief, with 14 -inch hemstitched bor der; a soft finish, pure white, an excellent value for 6 for 25c on Saturday. Here Are Some Values in All-Linen Handkerchiefs 3 for 25c Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs 2 for 25c Gents' Linen Handkerchiefs Ladies' Linen and Embroidered Handkerchiefs in boxes. $5.75 Value, $4.75 Pair 11-4 All Wrool Blankets, $4.75 Gray or White We offer a lot of All Wool 11-4 Blankets that were $5.75 for the above price. These Blankets are extra large size, are bound with wide silk ribbon, in Gray or White with handsome borders, at only $4.75 on Saturday. Good values in Blankets at $5.00, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50 a pair. A $1.25 Value, 89c Each Cotton Messaline Petticoats, 89c This is a new lot of those Petticoats we have sold so many of; Dark Green, Dark Red, Blue, Cerise, Purple; an extra quality Cotton Messaline, with wide fancy flounces. A really $1.25 value, for a special on Saturday at only 89c each. TALK OF THE TOWN PERRY (D. CAMP Jtiiy your kill floves, l"8 $l.'. at No c!ii'H or inferior pipe at Mur rum's. All L'UiininUed. Small liimiue mid celluloid dulls ut Miss Howell t, corner Main and IVarl st recta. 8e those new special casseroles, A jfift a woman will appreciate, C. X. Ken yon A Co. J. II. Allen of Torrinpton, Conn., wan among the business visitors in the city yesterday. Ralph Marelietti returned to Itarre hint evening, after spending several days, with relatives 111 Jlul lingtnii. Mis Irene Galaglier, wlio lias been vis iting relatives in the. city for the past 10 days, returned this forenoon to her home in 8t. Albans. Mrs. A hi Hiii J''ine of 40 Mn pie avenue j lert yesterday iftcriionn for lturlingtou, where she will pans the remainder of the week with relatives. Miss Dena Richmond, a student at Ooddard seminary, went this morning to her home in Rutland, where she will reninin until after the holidays. Goddard seminary will close Saturday for the annual Christmas vacation of two weeks. Term examinations are be ing conducted at the school this week. ld'ginning Friday evening and until Christmas all union stores will be open until 9 o'clock, except Saturday evening ami Christmas eve, when they will be open until 10 o'clock. "Jack" Hale, a former outfielder in the Hartford team of the Connecticut base hull leugue, arrived in the city yester day from iiethel and will lie employed here during the winter. Mrs. Daniel Manaur and daughter, Miss Mary Mansur. who have heen passing several days in Barre with the former's son, John Mansur, returned this morning to their home in J'.urlinton. Lawrence 11. Lewis, who is employed us a brakeman on the northern division of tho Central Vermont railroad, is pass ing a week with his parents, Mr. mid Mrs. O. AV. Lewis of HI Nelson street. Choir bov athletes of the Church of the Good Shepherd have reorganized their basketball team tor the season of 1!I14 191.5 and will play as large a schedule of games the winter as the circumstances will permit. Most of the bovs who played in last year's successful quintet will ap pear in the choir boy line-up this sea son. J he team will meet for practice this evening at (J:.'U o'clock. The young people's society of the Church of the Good Shepherd mrt in the church vestry lust evening for their reg ular monthly business meeting. Follow ing th" business session there was a so cial hour, in the course of which a vocal j duet was rendered by Miss Christina ' Reid and Miss Isabel Tic-attic Dainty refreshments were served before the meeting adjourned. It is expected that the next meeting of the society will be held on the evening of Jan. 6. Finnish readers of the Times in Gran- itcville advise this newspaper that the J Morgans and lielchtrs alleged to have X 1 A. P. ABBOTT CO. i A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Dr. BENTON sum; garment Christmas Rush Is On 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 so many uses for Christmas Ribbons that one should always keep in touch with the largest assortment. Keep an eye on prices. He able to buy all the Ribbon value that your money will j urchase. Buy of merchants who turn their stock fsst enough so that they can be kept frasli and right as to frlylc. So many Ribbons used for Christmas gifts such as Sash Ribbons, Hair Rib bons, Underwear Ribbon, and a hundred kinds of fancy work. See our plain Ribbon at 5c. IOC, loC, and our specials at J9C ami 25c alRO our 25c Fancy Ribbons worth from 35u to ooc per yard. These are a job lot (all perfect). Marshall Field & Co.'s Handkerchiefs will save you lots of your Handker chief money. How? Just for the reason that" you can find in this line lots of style's at 15c as good as in ither line's at 25c. it's the largest line in this country. They run sev eral factories themselves. In this way they get these Handkerchiefs to us "at a" lower price. Initial Handkerchiefs for ladies and gents at 15c each. Silk Initial Handkerchiefs made of Jnp Silk, at 50c. Ladies' Neckwear and Kid Cloves You will find here only the latest ideas in Neckwear. Special values at 25c ttml 50c. , . , All of our Kid Gloves at special prices- .$1.50 war price, now 1.00 $2.00, for $1.50. Pyraline Ivory will look good to you who want nice things that have years of service. Put up in sets or sold separately as you want. No extra charge for single pieces. Novelties Teddy Hears and Woolly Dogs that have electric lights for eyes. Beautiful new lot of Ladies' Neck Chains and Neckwear. See these be fore they are picked over. Christmas Umbrellas Kxtra nice new lot of Ladies' and Gents' Umbrellas. New Umbrellas, very pretty han dles at 81.00 each. Specials at $2.98 that arc well worth 50c more. me of our best Umbrellas and one of our best sellers is our Colored Um brella in all the leading colors to match the dress or suit, or to wear as j an every -day Rain Umbrella. Useful Christmas Suggestions In our Ready-Made Department are to bo found many, things that are very useful and acceptable for Christmas gifts. Any lady would be glad to accept a good set of Furs. We have just in some new Waist values in-the Crepe de Chine and in Colored and White Flannel Waists. The many good Petticoat values we can show you will surely interest you if you want a nice Messaline or Crepe Petticoat. See the special Crepe with a line lace flounce. Also a special Messaline Petticoat at only $2.50. The special prices we are making on Suits at this 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. Thes are the new Hi-Lo Waist style and are made from a plain Gray and a j White Flannel, with black hair-line j stripes. Come in two qualities, one; at $1.25 and one at $2.00- Women's and Children's Bath Robes Hath Robes are always very accept able as Christmas gifts. These we have in a good assortment. The small sizes for children, from two to six I years, have been in good demand, and we have them made from the Beacon Blankets and from the plain We have some new Crepe de Chine ; Eiderdown, at prices from $1.00 to Waists in Blue and White; also a $1.50. Figured Chiffon Waist that is very good. Ladies' and Children's Furs In Ladies' FurB, we can give you almost anything you may need, at prices that are right. Owing to the sharp decline in raw furs, we have gone through our stock and taken out all odd pieces and marked them at priies that will appeal to jtou as a good saving in price, just at the time when you can appreciate the same. In Children's Furs, we have some good Fur Set values, as well as separate Muffs, at prices that are right. 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's best values in Suits that are made by our best tailors, and in the season's best styles. See how good a Suit vou can get at from $6.00 to $15.00. Christmas Special in IP 1 BBS! vS F We shall place upon sale Saturday two bales of Rugs, fifty Rugs to a bale, at $1.98 each; regular price, $2.75. There are two qualities, one a Royal Axmin ster, mostly floral effects, the other a Royal Wil ton Velvet, mostly oriental effects, either grade a splendid value at the regular price. What can you think of for the price that would make a more useful or appreciative Christmas gift than one of the Rugs? Size 27 in. x 54 in. WHILE THEY LAST SATURDAY AT $1.98 More of Those David Davidson Platinum Pictures in the 25c and 50c sizes, due in the morning. Yes terday's shipment, two dozen of each size, sold out inside of an hour. They have taken the town by storm. Be sure and see the new ones to-morrow. Victrola and Grafonola Talking Machines cash or easy payments. Commencing Friday night our store will be open until 9 o'clock, excepting Saturday, when we will Ik? open until 10 o'clock as u.-ual. B.W. Hooker & Co. D A t ft R M t: H T if n p r i t a i. ur r k p 1 1 t t r i! i PMOt T - 1 1 LOCI II Ki ll I F N I I M omul niti (inn been implicated in a fracas at "Tough End on the evening of Dee. 5, are na tives of Russian l'oland and not of Fin land. In explaining their purpose in cor recting what they claim is a false im pression, the Finns say they resent the imputation that any of their country men would use an axe to adjust their differences. The Central Vermont freight and pas senger otliees in Barre are in receipt of the following eirrulsr from the office of the vice president, (J. C. Jones, in St. Albans: ''J. E. Maun is hereby appoint- Jed acting assistant superintendent of the ! Montpi lier. Harre 4 Williamntow n lines. ! including Montpelier Junction, in charge jof transportation." Mr. Maun is a resi lient of St. Alrwns and has been in the employ ot the t entral ermont railroad since Auk. lS". For a !onr term of years he has Ih-mi r passenger conductor on the main line snd is well known among Wrmnnters. Friends in T!nrm of Supt. J. X. Bursa of the stute industrial school in er gennes, will regret to learn of a painful injury which he received while working it the institution a few days atfo. Work on a si t of building to replace the struc- ures destroyed by fire last year bus licen supervised by Mr. Hars snd it wss while he was in'pectinjr some of the work on the upper floor that he either dropped or fell to the loor below, striking on a piece of tirnls-l and tearing the li.M mints of one ankle so thst his leg las ls-'-n pls-ed in a cut. Recent report (from Vrt,Tf-!ine indicate tat hi condi tion i'liprovitii: steadily, although l'nwly. IV.dcr the auspice of various i local organifsf iotis Supt. Hrs has p pesred on the platform in ltarrr a num Ut of limes t'ie pst few ysr. Since the rret of Iis one Willis, "the pirl in Ow mackinaw." in l.t Montpelier Tuesday night, the lcl s lee lave Wn try m t connect her with the allefifil ttiett of a .Ire, from a mT cant lie i taliii,in Tit here. After the Cirl f ad wne! W (Jsys in thecoimlv tail for her kill in oiiping l!rre tuenhsrt. n l profcvkional t n. she returned t this citv and r-m.ric,J f,,r a fottnight. Yesterday tie pli.-c pot tra.-e of the drei whirh she i uid to have taken and aner a lartrui inquiry itiey fiunwiint in rn'merirg it from the person to whom, it i ai'ejri J. it 1 ad hei ar.l.l hy tl t, in the re'l nark naw. The rfflrrra rm miir.i' atd With -o!iat .nwr Oiarlea K '"iilli in Mrntflif an 1 Warned that xntiro- wa aiir1 to be -r"neirci.i fi ! e cili a a!'et-e r id' meanrw in ICaat Mifit I- i r, v e v . m, n .1 to H' 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. t : : The Daylight Store TALK OF THE TOWN Handkerchief sale at Perry's on Sat urday. 'Our Latest" cigars in small boxes of and 2.Vs at Landers.' Largest line of pipes in Vermont to se lect from st Marriou's Cigar Store. tieorge Pool of Montreal, formerly of this city, arrived yesterday lor a visit with friends. Cigar cases for a gift to him will be TALK OF THE TOWN Ha by sleighs and robes. Sadlier's. Pipes at one-half price at Landers.' Order your snow shoes early. Tildin Shoe Co. At SOc, ladies' pure silk Lose, at Perry's on Saturday. Christmas watches and jewelry at Holmes', Holster block. "Our Latest" cigars in small boxes of 12 and 25' at Landers." Hegiiining Friday evening and until acceptable. We have tlicm in a new iirHctiral stvle. I'. X. Kenvon A Co. Knuna Coiham of Avciill street re- I Christ mas all union stores will be open. turned yesterday from Waterbury, where I until V o clock, except .atunlay evening .1,., I... tu.en vi.it im, ret fives for a few i aim I hristn as eve. when they will t d.iys. A. L'. Cow lea, who has leen passing a few days with friends in Harre. went this open until 10 o'clock. Kemrmber the Christmas party tht evening at the I niver.ilist church ves- morning to Ins home in Vergenn. s for the I try. I Here will ts. an enteitainment t- ginning ri ocuh-k ai:ti rcirr-nmcrn will he served. All members and friends The Rrmodled Courts. one county three of the nine. We doubt . .. . .i . .i . ii Judge Donowav of Middleburv will It is significant that the announcement , . , . n foil utivnirth to tin umrior fiench (41111. i the governor's U'lich appointment M,rjnf these men Healey. Dutton and last week met with a response akin to i llonoway with those supplanted Mun the expression, "Thank h av n. it was no I son. lWclton and Fish and who will worse!" They might, ind.-ed. have Wn!'1"'"' thHtt tlle has benefitted . . , . , ,bv the change? much worse. It is fair to state that t,ov. T,(.n why t)lp ch(ln(fl? Tlle povrnor Fletcher, having determined to make cet- j ascribes it to his desire to introduce lain changes, selected the new material j younger men in order to have more vig without apparent regard to jsiliticiil con- orous and constructive service. He quotes siderations. We do not understand that 'aMnovinely the laws of other states by any of the appointees have been what! which judges are automatically 'retired I micht be called "Fletcher mail' if there i ... ,.ventr If Vermont ImH fxnruf aiieh rre any of that sort left. The governor ' ru,. j jt not fair to suppose she would played no personal favorites. ihave provided it by law. as these other As to the average standard of the two states have done? "And it is manifested courts, comparing them s (sir. ."letch- that Nov. Fletcher is neither sincere nor cr found them i.nd as he leaves them, i consistent in this matter, since of the we believe there are not half a down! three men displaced onlv one Justice l'oili! VS. Siwvia) Sale- Now is the time in fill our books before Christmas. The last sale before the holidays, four separate fmrgaina st the l"sterii LMste Tea Store Friday and Saturday. Dec. IS and 1!'. Walter kiim'v.tr of Waterbury. who en me to town ttii" morning to lie present at the annus! meeting' of Suadnh tem ple, If. O. K. K.. i the guest of Ina broth er. I-idore KriiKnitn. of Maple avenue. At Mri lo' alleys last evening New York scored three points to Philadel phia's one. In the (bvelaiid u. St. ixtuia mstch the former scored three to the lattera one. To night Cleveland v. Washington and St. lOiii vs. Onrago are the scheduled matches. Ahoiil 2iif fnenifs-rs of Suadah temple ill gather in the city tins evening for j thcr annual rieetme. The lt'kir s-f a to hate their MMn in the Pytiuan ball I in the Planchar l Mm k snd a buffet I ot the church are cordially invited to come s the guest of the ladies' union. "V I I tongs - i mirts .-"H liking K ? V aW r ' . i W I & lawvers. an.l not more than an iuconaid erahle number of laymen, in the state who do nut hold the opinion that the courts have suffered mat -rially at bis hands. nrt cuity in personnel, but in mor ale. In place of harmony, there now e- 1 1 it discord. In place of uinvci a I re- sped. ill-coneealcd Miinstui is over seventy (and l.e lre- ly.t while two of the judges reappoint are consiershly older than Munson Waterman and Mile. This is not the true reason why these judges were dropw,l. and every laviy knows it. The real reason at least this a i- - .... .... ik i He geneiai tijunitin is rial n-e men, things that Fletcher has done to thejj., t,elr ot'icisl course, or in their pri- in trying to nioni tuen: to tu , ,ste eapacitv. have done something or have left s. sr that, will take l uig , aid something antagonistic Ut Oov. loneai. ( Hctcher e n1 tf'is. in his view, made i Concerning the eKangea made, ind.vid 'thvtn unf.t for teappointment. This has Imliy. time will pa.s ji. lenient. unl.-a ., t!i, attitude .f tir present (rovern . Oi'V should lie Av-rtufwcd ts fore it run',,r I)P im, (,, seat nor two r.-ra suthcimtly. Justice Slack, with a year's ' a..i f no nerson In whatever offieial xpenenee Ut his cT"dit on the superior .tat ion could ! suffered to differ with ( nrtirn gets a place on trie supreme tencn. him. an.l thst snv wtio did might expect The otUr appoint'e, on this ln,h. the (i,e gmi'Mt me. A p'-en into the bead- 2bighi-t i t fi si rt of the st. if". i litfii-heejfi will follw the bnsineaa meet irg. ftnlr ote half of the tcrts! enro.l i TT ! I,rf ,n the temple ta exwd-d. aa the I 4 af1 I tt I ! rrremonal wh-.h tia.tsllv attratta large "J J A i. n,s ef IVkie. will be om,..et ,. j m0vinPj Steps have I"fi taken t remove t h I here. That's what keeps I :rr:r. r. . lfrj:jnJir. :i I them fresh. i I ( e T. w r-,',., '-'i -..-- ... w without lorg or ttti.e pati i- st the l,ar. snd with no i'i.i.i:at ivrM';eTice ehatsrtever. I.rsnte.l that be is t ' p"on ing rtiaist r d. cnhi-l. it i a ldd few to vault him to a plsce -n tl.ia luneh, tit, liiid tstid ,r'.a"v unknoti aa ne t. .iu;g. P itton of Hjrl-ti k i ; S fst-l rhrtiKe for the toe er ffe Y .ten though it gives one town to j.) Y-' and lwkit prot.-s tins. T lie one who stir viw rf either the subservient. er t ha it , rei t. or thoe h.ippilv mt tf reach. LoCnd Herald. F;ulsr tnectirit of W innetta eui ril, o. In, p of P.. Thtiradsr. Pee. 17, at 7 o'il "k. Fbstion ef chiefs. A large attetelanoe is reoui-ted. Ad'ptinn. ,..,( ,,,.,'-,, ,,,-,,,! ,i;!l MpW.MhfM.nfi- L , I U- le-irM ' If'te t.-r a l-sr.ttf a'te, ,.,Ust,r.g si.ttt tf.e h-t! I ObT Finnan HaddjP. t T t'.e,,ptat...fi,! t.-.,t Kf,l irr,r.to... tt .a lk.lv that the f r t J Only 12c ti-m.'.t .f 1'iTe ie,-i, a-e i.ai ..p!,.f the tr.i .! '51 rt tiarre-t hr J Our own m KipptrtNl if v th a- "ts .f u,i' ; r - a--'- t ' i . t'a. t t ' ' r i a r t , ji'i ! ... .. i t t. i. c - - -n t i a 1 1., Si'' . t ! - i. f ie I t : I .... -ee I'.--'., Vrk t t i '-r , 1 ' . . m lull V.i i s. s f st. . I m , t. if. f t tf-e m t I'" - j . 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