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DAILY TIMKS, RARKK, VT., SATURDAY, MARCH 0, 101.
THE RARRK Mra Values for Saturday $1.50 Value, $1.19 A New Lot of House Dresses $1.19 , . i i i.- tt n..nuuia mnAo rf tvtm oviorl OUalitV One lOt 01 lip-lO-uait! IlUUfle iicsjov-o, w...... , - jo l nine oi wihmk" of Percale and Gingham, made and trimmed in snappy styles; a u,n -t Jh. city h...iui 1-n.iay for 11. . 1T.....A T inn li ci 111 IIUIllUii really $1.50 value; for an extra value, we mane mis noua iy only $1.19 on Saturday. Anew lot of Crepe de Chine Waists, at these attractive prices Let U3 show you these Waists. $1.98, $2.50, $2.98, $3.50 Ask to Sec Those Snappy Waists for $1.19 SMALL LOTS TO CLOSE AT VERY LOW PRICES $: ? 08 V.nth TJiihps tn rinse at . $2.50 Gray Flannel Waists to close at i. $5.50 Dark Red Sweaters, Norfolk style, to close at 4.50 $10.50 Imitation Miifx Muffs and Scarfs to close at ; .7. . . 6.50 PERRY a CAMP ih a; wniiney uaoy bamapsf 1915 The Leader for Sixty Years We are now show ing the Nineteen Fif teen models of above "make in Children s 5 Folding Go-Carts, Pull ft man Sleepers and Car- riaes. We also have A.qiin.i-.v-'-'J o nirp linn nf Sulkies. The 3-4 size Carriage is I going to be popular this season. We have them, g : : : : a Special Brass Beds sold out, plenty of other patterns in regular stock. :: tt :: B.W . Hooker & Co. I ITNnKRTAKERS FUNERAL LICENSED EMBALMER8 HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY OB NIGHT 'PHONE DIRECTORS a 7 - 1 1 t ................... ---.--A--"r- !!:::::::::::::! ;iiitMWMiiMt4.T..TMlMT.ITMT...T.. - r i IHffi 1U tAI I 25C 2Sc 5c 32c For Saturday and Sunday SPECIAL-FANCY LARGE NAVEL ORANGES 29c PER DOZEN 5 packages Corn Flakes for 23c C cakes Sunnv Monday Soap for 23c 6 cakes World Soap, l box worm soap rowuer Special Fresh Roasted Coffee, per lb (Equal to most 40c grades.) Fresh Roasted Peanuts, per bag TTWcVi V.r(r ner dozen Neufchatel Cheese -.3 for 10c i PLENTY OF NATIVE CHICKENS AND FOWLS Our First Department Is Full of Good Values Tommy Cod, 10c lb., 3 lbs. for 23c Fresh Salmon, per lb 13c Chicken Halibut, 2 lbs. for 2ac SHELL CLAMS SHELL OYSTERS LOBSTERS Good, sound Onions, per peck 23c A Few Good Apples Sweet Potatoes, Celery, Spinach, Lettuce, Etc. TALK OFjTIIE TOWN Sulo nil ly Saturday at Vaughaii'a. Finn muteriiila for graduation drcaaua at Abbott'. A Hiiiall lot of Imthrobea to close at 12.30 at l'erra. You will want to aee those now home diewiea for $1.H at ferry' on Saturday. Joint (lark of Oranjjo wan operated Al, Vranlr .Tuektillll Hlld Will, l'ord.Vl'O, went yesterday aiienioon 10 mm"n;.'u for a brief vimt. Mrs. Tliiliaa J. Canton of fi2 Maple avenue was operated upon at the City lionpital yesterday. F. H. Itoyce returned lust night to his home in St. Albairn, after, a brief busi ness visit in the city. John Stephens returned this morning from Houton, where he has been making a week's buaineas visit. Edward Leehiir went this morning to Essex Junction, where he will make a week-end visit with relatives. Charles Seymour returned yesterday from MiddleHfX, where he lias been em ployed for the past two weeks. Joseph Zanleoni, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zanleoni of North Main street, is quite seriously ill at his home. Edwin Doyle, a former clerk in the Homer Fitts Co. Btore, left this morning for Urattleboro for an extended visit. A. Guataveson left this morning for ilKmur V. Y.. where he expects to make a business vusiti of several days. Norris A. Hamel of Summer street left last night for liristol, where he was called to attend the funeral of a rela tive. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jackson of 20 South Main street left last night for Burlington, where they will spend the week end. The nurses at the Barre City hospit.il held a banquet Thursday evening in hon or of the birthday of four nurses and the graduation of another. Mrs. Stella Laviolette of North Main street has returned home from Boston and New York, in which cities she at tended the spring millinery openings. Miss Gertrude Batchelder, who has been making a stay of several days with relatives in Barre and vicinity, returned this morning to her home in Randolph. Nicholas Loeasso, who has been visit ing in Burlington for a few days, was in the city this morning while onjii way home" to Websterville, whererlie re cently opened a grocery store. Mrs. Jeannette Bartlett of Orvis ave nue went this forenoon to Stowe, where she will pass tne week end with Mr. Bartlett, who is employed there as fore man or a gang of woodsmen in the lum ber district. Miss Carrie Linekin, a teacher in the Austin-Cate academy in Center htraf ford, N. II., arrived this morning and will spend a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Airs, lieorge Line kin of Merchant street. Mrs. Lucy Calderara was graduated from the training aohool for nurses at the Barre City hospital March 5 and her ..in,wi u-ill h "tuli en hv Miss Clara Kabi- j I o la of South Kyegate. Mrs. (alderaia will tie located at tne nurses noine lor the present. A search of the records develops the information that John IX Cu minings, a former South Jlarre resilient, whose re mains were brought here from Voree ter, Mass., for burial Thursday night, was born in 1841. instead of ISt'J, as previously reported. As at first scheduled. Spaulding was to play Montpelinr at basketball on March ID. The managements have got ten together, and, instead of March IP, the gam will 1J played in the Church street frvm. Tuesday. March 8. Spauld ing took the first game by a close score a short time ago. At the Church street KVm. yesterday 1 a t, ,r,mm I a i irn A P. ARHOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. 1 4 V J A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. i ning s You Should Know I The Smith & Cumings Co. j v - - . i' - ' ; 1 if.- -, - ' ;1 3mt Take a Look at Our NEW SPRING WALL PAPERS I( wc do not have what you wish, we will be pleaded to order it for von from the NEW SAMPLE BOOKS. A. V. DECKLEY law M. and some good playing was shown by both teams. Davidson and McCarthy featured for the winners, and tktrdon and Maker, the sophs' forwards, were the best for their side. Mrs. Tatrirk Coyne of Salem, Mass., who was calb-d to Barre by the illness and death of her eonsin, John McCdl, of the firm of M11 & A bare, granite manufacturers, ia making an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. David I Wyllie, of M Summer ateet. Mrs. Mc ("ull aecompani-d the remains of Mr. Mr Coll to loonia, N. H, for kurial this afternoon. I dies of the Barre Woman'a club: IVn't f'-reet the lecture on "New Kn- land Kolklore," by Profor tTiarl.-a IVabody of Harvard university, at How land hall Tneatlay evening, March t. at B o'clock.. Thia leitiire is orxB to the mllic. Admission. I.V. ladies, also re mrmber that the literature la. led by Henry .lakn, will mer-t in Allriih hall Irtday rvnitig at 7:30 o'rl k. The new spring coat must be totally different than last season. It must be attractive to blend with the new costumes in vogue, so the materials are chosen with the most care Soft warm woolen dcliciously light in weight and color, cotton, corduroys, faille, poplin fine French serge and heavy satin combine pleasingly .with the popular toilettes of the hour. The coat must be loose enough not to crush the fluffy, full and much ruffled summer frock, so the box coat is the chosen style. The tailored suit has returned to the comfort and practical simplicity of long ago. Skirts are wider and sensibly short jackets are in hip length and loosely fitted. Many of the separate skirts have a do J yoke heavy plates at back and sides and gored skirts which give a good flare that gives a good fullness at bottom. : : Among our new line of the Klite Glove-Fitting Petticoats, which we have just received, are two specials that we feei are extra values. A Petticoat value that will be a great seller with us is made from a good quality Black Mercerized Sateen, has the Elite glove-fitting top and the new Hare wiiih under dust ruffle. The price is ou!y 79c. At $3,00 a P0,ial Measaline Skirt that we feel will be a great seller; is made from a good weight, all-silk Mcssaline; has a deep flouuee and dust ruffle; is made with the Klite glove-fitting top and comes in all colors and black. This will inter est any who want a new Petticoat to wear with their new spring skirt or dress. We have a Black Petticoat that has the Klite top and is made from a tine Italian Serge. See these values. . We have now a large line of the new spring models in Waists, both in the Cotton and the Silk models. These we have in a variety of the season's best models. In the Voiles are a number of new models that are very good values at $1.19 A fine Muslin Waist that is new comes in a number of different styles. The price is only $1.00. We have a White Wash Silk Waist that we are putting out as a special at only $1.50. , . t ., In the new Crepe Waists there are a number of different models that come in all colors and White. This is a very good value at $3.50 and $1.00. Jn better grades, such as Crepes, Lace and Chiffon, also Lace over Net, that are extra good models. These we are showing in models of one and two alike. The price is from $4.00 to $6 50- Kee the Wai,t' models. is nearly here. AH indications point to an early apnng. Easter comei early. It is now none too aoon to plan and get ready for apring, Hati, Dresses and Wraps. The following should appeal to you who want the best of a large assortment. Silks Silks are better for the price you pay than last season. Styles of Silks are each spring in more classy designs. Many of the Silk cloths alone hare style and soft ness of luster that make them beau tiful. Crepes de Chine are leaders in bet ter Silks. Messalines aie just a good as last season. Our special is yard wide; comes in over 3d different shades and sells at only $1.00 P"r yard- All colors in Directoire Silks for 29c Per J"ard- We parcel post free. Wool Dress Goods These all being bought early, we do not ask you to pay tha advance on wool. We have enough to last a few weeks, and won't change the price as long as this lot lasts. Not until we have to pay the extra price. Special All-Wool Herges, all col ors; value to-day COc; our price, 50c. Very wide, heavy Serges; value to. day, 87c; our price, 75c per yard. Ask to see our 50-inch Gaberdine Goth in all colors for spring coats and suits. These cloths in the new Putty and Sand Shades are our lead ers at $1.50 Ppr y8r1- We parcel post free. I : Miss Whitney has arrived home from the millinery market and new hats are following. Several orders ; of new hats came by express today. Easter is early. There will be a bi display here for Easter. We parcel - 4. f .trrltottnrl1fcfi'M'sfc A pUbl lite any xim i wu. oiviw. X The Daylight btore j m a t tt rut rrntuv I TAI K HP TTTF. TOWN Altitudes in Virginia l i V1-.IV VV J. J. 1 11-1 IVIIf lias returned Miss Emma Whitney from Boston. Did you buy one of those $1.50 cor sets for t8c at Vaughan's? To-night at (Joddard seminary, the senior class will give a masquerade dance. Mrs. B. A. Wright of Prospect street left yesterday for Middlesex, where she will visit relatives for a few days. Mrs. M. I-. Whitney of Putnamsvilh) is visiting at the home of Mrs. James Sector of Merchant street for a few day. A party consisting of Mrs. A. P. Ab bott, Mrs. F. H. Kogers and Mrs. C. H. White left this morning for Boston, where they will make a visit. Wallace Dutton of Chela.' has been engaged by the Homer Fitts company to till the place in the rloak department vacated by the resignation of Kdwin Doyle. Among those trom this city who at tended the Dartmouth meeting at the Country club at Montpeli.r last night were ( II. White, principal of Spaulding high school, ;. .1. Seager, town school superintendent, and R. S. Currier, super visor of highways. DMrht Superintendent M. F. Mahon- or the MciroiMUiiau i.iie insuiam-r .M ine i nurcii aviri-v ,)"' , ' i' . y oi me .Mrirunui u i.n- ....... afternoon the Red Skins defeated the .pany left thia morning for New 11a- sophomores of Spaulding high by a vrPi Omn., where he has lM-n placed score of 32 to 24. The game wa fast. from u,i c-ity. As yet, no appointment i -I : I. . i .tl .1... .1 - . ,.t it to fill the idace vacated bv him in the Barre office. Kew Elite petticoats at Abbott's. Best prints Saturday 5c a yard at Vaughan's. Extra sale ladies' neckwear Saturday at Vaughan's. Don't fail to see "The Way of the Redman," at Dreamland o-day. Adv. rn-,1.. Ilnuell who is emidoved as tel egraph operator by the Western Union Co. in Montreal, arrive! in me euv L.at At-enintr for a visit at the home of Theodore Beach of Prosjwct street, where Mis. iiowell is making an i-xieim stay. Mr. Howell was formerly em ployed as an operator at the Central Vermont station in Montpelier Junc tion and will be remembered as a former baseball player in the BarTe Athletic club. A citv Students in the nthtb grade at the 1. mc. In iM-hool ent t Montfxlwf On morning to r-roai in the legislative 1 balls at te rapitol tmtil tlie Hmia and v,ate a1l"urTel Jr llie iwi-rai. large numb-r of people from this u-oiit li.t eveninit to Cobble li.II. where they attended the ti:ar wvial and promenade in the grange hall. New suear and doughnuts weie aerTed, after whih the floor sa rl.-r-d and prome- t.a, inn ami HMIK inU OIKM ml" renianniei BARRE TEAMS DEFEATED. Spaulding By Burlington High; Sham rocks By St. Michael's. The Burlington Free Press to day has the following accounts of two basket lull games played in or near ttiat city Friday evening, in which Barre teams were defeated: "Burlington high Irimmed Spaulding hiih of Barre in basketball by the scoie of 42 to 34 lust eveninf. Tha game was fast and furious throughout and w marked by the brilliant passing and shooting of both teams. For the locals tne laurels in jKiint gaining were divid ed l-twen Captain Bmton, who rang op right baskets from the floor and one foul, and II. Rupert, who got nine bas kets. The floor work of R, Rupert and Bell was wonderful and they, with Brea atein, continually ba!!led the Granite citv hoj. For the' Barre quintet Tomai and Hooker each scored 14 points. "Brepstem rang up the first basket . .l l,. on nun 11 v followed bv the ....... . :,wn,Hr Toniaki. I lien II. Kiinert wurrii . ... .it, a ...it ,-ri H iMmeni iu i'i si-i" " , V . ; " T u ..:. ... ,i...to and Bell toaed up another. During orcnesxra iurn ,ru ..... , . Altitudes in Virginia. In connection with its topographic anninff of tlie country the United States geological survey determines ex etlr li altitude of a preat number of cities, towns, crossroads, rivers, moun tains, and other points, in areas so mapped the data obtained thus consti tute material for a dictionary of alti tudes covering practically every square rod of land included in the surveys, and as 1,11189,000 square mile has al ready been surveyed tlie ainoiinj oi detailed information of this character now available is very great. The pub lic is getting tlie Deneut or xnis inior motion tlironi.il renorts published by the survey which give the exact alti tudes of many points in each state. A recent bulletin of altitudes in Vir ginia, prepared under the direction of 11. B. Marshall, chief engineer of the survev, shows that the highest point in the state thus far determined by the geological survey is Mount Rogers, which stands on the boundary between Grayson and Smyth counties, and risen 5 71U feet above mean sea level. From this hiuh elevation the altitude range down to sea level. Tlie report con tain a list including about 1,000 points whose exact elevation has been deter mined by the survey. The state of Vir ginia has contributed financially to tlie part of the week done aince 1907. Spring 1915 ailk glovea at Abbott's. flrt march 120 coupiea were on the floor. The North Barre D. V. 0. ilub'a baa kethall team left the city early thia att .mnAii tor WrMa River, where it will meet the second team of the Caledonia meet the second team oi tne I a ledonia j a--oi A. C. of South Rvrpate this evening, j ute t apt. Sidney Olliver of the Reiliu street, i,s tirst half the teama alternated In kt and the half ended with the -or 21 to 17. During the second half If. Ruprt ranfi up three field hket in quirk aueeesainn. Aa the half pro pressed. ecitment grew intense for the a.fr s in douM un.il the last hub- Barre Creamery and Cold Storage Co. F. G. PERSONS A. r. ABBOTT In a short time we will decorate our plant with new signs. A little later we will fit up our retail department for more business make a better place for you to do more and better business. . We are making some of the best Butter made in Vermont. Ve tire paying highest prices for Butter Fat and Dark Brown Eggs. Bring your Cream to us and get your pay every week. The more business we do the better we can do by you. Barre Creamery and Cold Storage Co. If you haven't all the business you want,adver-!H tise in The limes. club aeeompanii-d tlie following player , 'ijiat arming before a rapacity ro 1 on their linaoion of Caledonia rnuntr: which rrowded the collet. jvmiiaiuin (,.raa..li fal.aiTiu. tV.lomh and ..a-! to tt, dm.ra. r-t. Mi. 1 -.le-e Vr.o. To (Mine bct.een the D. C V.'ketball team defeated the M:.mro.l of and t- C A C v..,d team have . l'-rre by the ol 3 to 2.. thereby arranged and ! nd e-mt.-t t la.mir.it t!.- amateur rhainpi.m-h.p U rVCd ,n tu. ,,.V eometime a,ur,the Mate. The ,,:.y from D.e rt Ural ' , waa laat and rl'we. l.mnehan .f M. Mi Man n I V I . t- j iv..k.i fmm the T!ev. 11. V. Ie 'f .Tidiii'l.iiry, . f , after four n.inutea of lv. Ia a !i.trwt atifK-riiitendett fr M. Johna-1 di'ible tot.l. Care..l ,.f te llarre ftv it j . ...i..,i.l il,. IniirOi rii.r, I In l.i.t (,',!i.'n iiiuU rt'd duldi- . . iiBirT iii"in' i, .-"-j . . ..... -- - Vf... t.. M .K.tlreii hit trji the-. t... II...I !... l.K. 11., nnj .t-e.t r.f.e a few Wili- tr.p .tre..-d Ihe wdti ia '- 'ori,,., ,)ur,h lt ivetims. All tt re-1 utea alter, and f.. l. ed by Mena.t the fir't time. Mil Kew. Derkin. aaJ ..I,,, (rnffl ,,. .,1, f (..taM-Mt r-' el th. i.tor. who threw a nie. one. Hr.rf "f H,e te..h,t.ff Ma!T at th. I-tn- ' . ponJ w, l.ad bmn d-n. Tirnehan t'i rar.f anNr p,l. r1 ,B.,ar-.ed.heUp,,.. Jr. .,,H ,;.ltl; f.v. . hath .learn. .!,.. a et t- ra tm -P rtwa in w.t.n. let the "y !.. n tr ar. J --f 1 ' ee.ater. , 2 n ,4 t f,w f ,;fe t.tm ,g i,n 0.rie.un. N. II, )..-. be m,:i t!.. T " 1 !.. si,4 a!f r-ef it I a. ebarre a-rv m t'-. Pt- f lr. and Vea. I. I rm- I. a ,. , ar -vio i t feer " a -irreft. Mr. Jerk ma (!PMim''ii'r t4 a rrtex tmi i t)W. ,.t T-Ti V,tfa f t . ru'l-v h rt.i'fed t tb rT f a f. t.-y ,, ,,,1.1 Me1 IV a-ww-f a-t j c..e ,..'' after. I'tll.-1t r,l t'"-e - . ea-r t -r att-d th J.-M M ef V.e lie iiurM" f v' m'-i a,eti or i; r.rr l -' -!eti..t ateert. ' ,i ,j. tar f 'TI at V, M ,, "''' "''" f ' ,' f. r ' ' V.. a.d "-. - a ,.-,..-.4 tt-e ; v " m,,,m ., rt a;-- a i -.. , t V-., '.' r- 1'' ' ' 1 .1 1 ix.. mtkfi ta 'i aa "Wwnim te,.. m' .f t , ' nr. ia 1 tiat d N-it. 1 ). i. in tWe t ' baa ti a r ' ' at t(- f TtHtaa If'e-ter ia y.ovt f-nt a -i-e. j m,'' e.'.: -! ') t, fee 4 m . If ! ,.; t..,. V H, a.d I... A. Ila. -t V..- '.. st j4 t.at f n j-l.f tie H'f 1 l eit.t at I . e. -I ... fc I . f II" M ) ''t ti f te ?"'"? i"" ?" ,1 , .... ! t" , . 4 f t it 9- k f r,i f'...,fc Vi I e-'t I 4 V. ?'"'" a tn V " "'' t eev- t t ' -. '""f " e rn.- ,-- "t 1" , I... . k..-t v" ""- - , ,e' 1""' '-'' ' 1,. . . ... f -.- tA II te Tt t fr"t ' f"' ""' ..,., . .- 1 t ' -' rj,m;cc i-f rni.'T.w. Vr ai.d V-a T. I-roa r-' ... t ' W- . . r r ' t a re t " , t i ' - j iM " I- ... - A V" .. ..'r.t v . e. e ? - " a -" -r I..i; I '-tt fit iM''" M t'-en I I ... 1 I l-'f i ee a., it ly.en. F .1 t' ". '' hettwtt e-e.4 "!''. ,''- T""-i ,e a" . I (- r ,d -i V. ' UH '- I t le t f in a ' " f , ( if i-'J t';e ti if j v ,.!,.; a t'f l',,J t' ' f 'f a , .M.. .e4 t'e '. ... .... ' . ,.t m ,, ,-..,.. r a'f f m j.. ,.- " -' f' "-k i 1 i .y-t -. -' - v" . ' y- '. -."- p4 .", . r I ." t" t""' , ., r. - . . r - ' t-i w.. r- I . .... . a " r -- . .f. Real Values at Ladd' 17c 20c 22c 2.V 3-V Armour's skinned-back Hams, net price, per lb. Home-Cured whole Hams, extra fancy, per II). Butt Steak from fresh cuts, per lb. Hound Steak, western, corn-fed leef, per lb. . . Sirloin Steak, per lb.. 32c; Rump Stea pr lb. Wcci Sausape, nasz ana i,mMuIR ;mu.. New Cabbaee, Beet Greens, Dandelions, Spmach. Ixttuce. Celen', Cucumbers, Radishes, Rhubarb. Ueks, rarsley and Tomatoes, Bakery Department Raked Reans. also Rrown R read for Saturday. Cream Rread. Rve, Graham and Entire Wheat Ruy Cream Rolls and Cream Cakes, as the reason for them will soon !e over. . Quality in all our lakcry pmlucts is fruarar.teed. Fresh Fish Department Another 1 t cf Halilut, 2 lbs. for mr re fancv Kd Salnrt, p r lb All Mhcr varieties o: rmi i i-h r forget Oysters, ar. l our t 2c 15c Orarres, low ;.s 21 for 'Ttfhrre Ortr.res.irdx rrr?h Krcs, Rt-tstfs a r,:.n Hal lies. 2 V ?.nd " -;d Onior.s tre chcp. A. W. Badger Cz Co i I THE F. D. L ADD COMPANY - 1 1 a ' - -. e 1 "1 1 ,me- -" ' . -ep-.