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TIIK lUIUtK DAILY TIMKS, HAHHH. VT.. 1'IUDAV. DECI'MHEU 18, ion.
i KARRIS DAILY TIMES ts : -r ! a-iltll FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1914. Entered tit the PuntnWi'v at Hurra a Bcob4- rittiit Mini Mnltrr rubllnhcil Evry Wk-lBy Aftrrnoon SUII.HCKII'TION KATES One mr 11.00 One month US "Ma Kluifle copy 1 rnt FRANK E. I.ANfiI.EY, TubllnhM Scnrboriif.'li brill's its warn noui' tot) pnttily. If jtm tlnii't Ki'e it in IIiiiti-'h uton-n, it'n not worth buying. "t'ruimT 'J'aooniH pop to rolon." All rijlit hh long an bt? ilorsn't fjo to a full JH'l'iotl. n Those Punlne univprnity wtls who )iu .oil a :iil Kttnlfiit prrliiipM wouldn't Imve done it bntl they known thoy wem as much out of tin to as a hoophkirt. Tlip public ilidn't ih-piJ to In- tnbl that lirpri'si'iitativi' Frank l'luinli'y favors na ional prohibition. I Ii; would nxo Wti froin;; back on his lon-i'hi'rishi'il principle bad lit- taken a position otherwise. Shipping will not be safe in the North Bra for it Ion tinifi, as the result of the German net in scattering floating mined a the raiding fillips lied before the Brit ish war vessel. The death and destruc tion from this cause is likely to be largo. Theodore Roosevelt emphasizes that ho is the "privatcst. of private citizens" by asserting that be couldn't tell the con gressional investigation anything of in terest about the nation's prepnredncsj for war. Still we are prepared to testi fy that be can make, war on the least provocation. Tn the line of enforcing neutrality o the United States it is just as important that no hostile acts Ik committed in the Vanaina canal zone as in territory or wa ters of the United States proper. There fore, if Colonel Goothals needs two tor pedo bout destroyers he should have them; if he nee,ds more, then more should lie sent. The navy department should not delay in meeting this urgent request. DitI the "expert legal opinion" tell fJov rrnor Fletcher be must appoint judges for a term of two years following the interim appointments? Hy the way, who gave this "expert legal advice"' 'aa it one judge, or was it by the entire bench? Was it a written opinion, or was it word of month estimate? Lastly, why did Governor Fletcher see fit to remove men against whose official acts not a bit of suspicion bad leon aroused? These arc n few of the questions uppermost in the minds of the people of Vermont, and they have never been answered by the executive himself nor by his newspaper f pologists. It isn't often that the people of 'Vermont have been so aroused over a matter as they are at the present time. OvbrcoatS To-day our special is on everything in the store. Suits at $10, $15 and $20. Overcoats at $10, $15 and $20. Fur coats, $15 to $50. Shirts, $1 to $3.50. Neckwear, 25c to $1. Underwear, 50c to $3. Pajamas, $1 to $2.50. Handkerchiefs, 10c to 50c. Gloves, $1 to $4.50. Umbrellas, $1 to $5. Traveling Bags, $5 to $15. And the success of our business depends on our ability to suit YOU. Come in and see how we do it. SPECIAL SHOWING of useful and practical holiday gifts for men and boys, 25c to $25. H oilers Co. WINTER COATS, SKIRTS, FURS, WOOL AND SILK DRESSES, Children's Coats and Dresses, Flannel ette Night Robes, Underwear, Corsets, Sweaters, Blank ets, Comfortables, Bath Robes, House Dresses, Ladies' Waists, Silk Waists, Flannel Waists, Dress Goods, Silks. More New Goods for Friday and Saturday BARGAINS IN LADIES' COATS CHRISTMAS SALE I ' W V ATWV w ar w W w T f4 Ladies' and Misses' Coats at $5.00, . aiu ainij mlk i,luvu& $7.50, $8.50, $9, $10, $12.50, $15 up All these Gloves are warranted. Best makes at $1.00, $1.25, $1.48 Long Silk Gloves at 75c, $1.00 I ..tt I V --- - Kt-. -j. : . tt J Tin: r. s. xavy and nt n coat. The comparative ease with which tie (German warships gut through the corInn of British war ves.-cls and attacked shore towns calls attention sharply to wh.it mijht happen to the I'nitdl Mutes in a similar cont inj;eiicy. The Tinted States ban two extended roust to protect, to nay nothing of two land border, f 10,11 one nf which, bnuevcr w may expert no danger. Tlie-e coat are far nmri extt nded than the ron.-.t line of the I!'it-ii-h Me; and there is thr further handi cap of the necc.--ily of cuttinj tlie navy protection in'" two distinct division 11 Kepntnted thoiisam! nf mi! from hi h 1 other. Tie r.ti-ilie feet colli I tot -it 'it :: ;: :: :: :: the Atlantic fleet: imr vice mm except after hi:vj delay, a delay, by the way. tl .it wa reduce. to the minimum by th ronsti let ii.n of the I'anama cunal but l,th would st ill le nf xii!!i. icnt d.iri tion lor a inure powi-iful bitile flett to wipe out one of t!ie dcf. 1 1 . 1 i 1 1 tbcf foip the f.ther coiiid conn' t i it s-i-t unci'. Tl.tit. t!n n. is ti e proVem of t'. I'liitc State. The nut 'oil Iti:it .!e'nd oti mttiil Mrni'i to ward :T 11 IIKtl.t; n l t t pr-ef t tlt'H' t'ie hi te-ii b;:n ti"t the t'Hl fct r'-ti;-t ii!-e' it to tti I .ff ; rtn.n:t or i-f-t it.iip llv bitter o wl.11'1. c on d".t' i :: i" ti .1 1 iii in t. i n i" r:th ti" i f.t ' ' 'f t ' I 'l 1 ) pS t Hi -lit ie -l ICS . I ''til" ! Plt'o'l f An I 1 r I. j. j ,- ... s - ! I! Irf S .1 II I ,. I-; i- y t . t t'i t !: ,.11 t' 1 I r f -.f .- : I. .. . I ... t:::::::::::::::::::::::::::a::u SI 1 Exact amount distributed to our 1914 Christmas Club Members I : t: ; uur niira year liud i.s now open and new accounts are coming in every day. Notice the new classes we have this year, make your choice, come in early and open your account. First week's payment is due Dec. 28. Classes and Payments for the 1915 Club In Class 1. pay 1c the 1st week. 2c the 2d week. Sc the 3d week, and so on fur r0 weeks, and two weeks before Christmas we will mail you a check for 12.75, with interest at 2 per cent. Or in Class 2, pay 2c the 1st week, Jc the 2d week, Cc the 3d week, and so on for 50 weeks, and two weeks before Christmas we will mail you a check for $2')M), with interest at 2 per cent. Or in Class 5. pay 5c the 1st week. 10c the 2d week, 15c the 3d week, nad so on for 50 weeks, and two weeks before Christmas we will mail you a check for $03.75, with interest at 2 per cent. You May Reverse the Order of Payment if You Wish to Do So In Class 1 reverse, you may start with 50c the first week and pay lc less every week. until the last payment will be lc. In ("la-- 2 reerse, you may start with $1.00 the first week and pay 2c less every week, until the Inst payment will be 2c. In C!a-s 5 reverse, you may start with $2 50 the Jirst Veek, and pay 5c less every week, until the last payment will be 5c. Should You Wish to Pay an Equal Amount Each Week, You Can Do So Cla-s .".A, jv.-j pay 5.c every wet k fr . weeks, and two weeks before Christ-!!- v-c w.U mad yoii a ch.-ck for ?25.0. with interest at 2 per cent. Ola--- lft''. yt ' i pay ?!.' fv. ry nmk for f0 w rk. and two week licfore Christ-r- ' - vv, vi'l r a l yon a cheek f r 5Vf), with interest at 2 per cer.t. ( "!,t- 2 "". a :.y $2 ft evrry w k fr 50 wet k., and two wrtks liofore Christ, t 4 v? m.-i.l you a thk fir $1.(1.1, with interest at 2 per cent. Payments Must Be Made Every Week, or May He Made in Advance SILK PETTICOATS Just received at $1.98, $2.98 Black Petticoats at 98c, $1.25 New Flannel Waists at $1.00 CHRISTMAS FURS All new Muffs at. ... . .$1.75, $1.98, $2.50, $2.98, $3.98, $4.98, $5.50, $7.50, $8.75, $9.00, $10.00, $12.00 up Children's Furs in sets at . ..$2.25, $2.50, $2.98, $3.50, $3.98 up SALE SEPARATE SKIRTS One lot to close at .$1.75 $3.00 Skirts for $1.98 $4.00 Skirts for 2.98 $5.00 Skirts f or 3.98 CHILDREN'S WOOL DRESSES All reduced to $1.98, $2.25, $2.75, $2.98 CHRISTMAS NECKWEAR Finest, Exclusive, a Little Different Our trade know this. See the best assortment at 25c and 50c All put up in fancy boxes. CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES Fancy Pins, Variety Bags, Beads, Shell Goods, great variety, 25c, 50c up CHRISTMAS BAGS Finest assortment we ever had, and all new, priced at 25c, 50c, 79c, $1.00, $1.25, up to $7.00 Beaded Bags at 25c, 50c, $1.00 up Christmas Silk Hose in boxes . . . 50c, 75c, $1.00 Night Robes, hand embroidered, in Christmas box, for .$1.00 Corset Covers, Combinations, in Christmas boxes. Silk Waists in Christmas boxes, at $1.98, $2.25 Christmas Aprons 25c, 50c BARRE'S CHRISTMAS STORE FOR HANDKERCHIEFS Fine Handkerchiefs in boxes at. . . 25c, 50c, $1.00 Initial Handkerchiefs at 15c, 25c Finest lot of Linen-Embroidered Handkerchiefs at . . . 15c, 25c, 50c up New Silk Waists at $1.98, $2.25 Christmas Novelties, Pins, Shell Goods, Nek Chains, Christmas Umbrellas. COME TO BARRE'S CHRISTMAS STORE Christmas Linens We are showing the finest assortment of exclusive Linens. Lowest prices. Christmas Towels, Tray Cloths, Lunch Cloths, Napkins. Christmas Saving Club Checks Cashed at This Store iff ' ' j TALK OF THE TOWN Silk liCMcry t Abbot t. Jloliilar ribbon at AbbottV (hriMitiA bathrobe at Kitti'. ciiita at lialf-priif make a line prcrnt. litt'. irdcr vour nowclio early. TiMrn Shoe Co. Jtny jour kid ploven, lxt $1."0. at auphan'a. At ,rH Uilit'a pure ilk linso.at IYrry'a on Satunlay. 1 Slip wouM !ik on of our wait for jj lit it nix, l it t No rbfap or inferior pipra at M- ri"'i . All ciiHraiitfCl. sit Udifn' all purr burn lianHkrrcbii-M f r J.V at IVrrv'a on SatuHav. , IjiiC't linr of pipra in Vrrmont tn r J lr.t from at Murrion'a Cijar Store. Small bi.ii- and linloij i!o!! at O Mi l!ocir, ri.itii'r Mam ard IVarl y trct. I IW'cinninjr Vri.iay rvrning anl until Cliritniaa all union atorra will ! op n J until f o'clik. rrrvpt Saturday rnmrs; It anl 1.n1m rtc. li n tVv Ix- op-fi vnt.l in oM'wk. ! tb'W ?rw rH- ial raawrolra. . K ; tr t a om n ill apprrciat. ('. X. Ki n- I J. n & i n. -j 1 IUi;imiiri(r Priifay rvrninf a-1 tirt.l l1ri.tm. all union Morra m , r r.p.-n 2 ' ' ' ' I " ' I'" k. t" pt SatUTiiar n-fmrf ti fel nii'lmm nr. . n Xbrr w'l I I i tr.'tT.at ( i h l. au"-e p de'ire ti rromoti THIMFT ! , ' 1 ! 1 I i . ! 1 : - - - .f,.-..I-t. mail l M"I VlX'L 1 ) t " .,' f nd it c .r. vtr.lt nt ti a.-cumulitte l-v th rrce LI. W11I.KLY I'KIWTS. j n ii- il In oYl; . Deposit Often Cash is never quite safe when kept in store or office. Carry your checking1 account with the People's National Bank, member of the Federal Reserve Hank of Boston. PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK Open Monday arid Saturday rvcnlnp from 7 to 8 o'fl xk - 7 Kc r!dy I Wtlcr me fi J'in Chritma Club Open Monday, Dec. 2 K li-Call ,-trd Ut t Ttll You All Afxiut Our Plan MAKE YOl'R CnitlSTMAS A MERRY ONE Barrc Savings Bank & Trust Co. 1 1 The Last Call of IIic Season On s !;S 10 Ulnslmasf Medium Priced Apples! Havir p a ' 1 r -f Kir Tn: t f- r h I :.v trs. '- . rr.u-t t ' -c -;t tr ? 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