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TITE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, APRIL C, 1915.
5 n 4 n n a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a New Lot of House Dresses We have a lot of House Dresses in the new mili tary effect, yoke skirt, Glastonbury flounce in ging ham, percale, at 98c, $1.25, 1.50, 1.75 and 1.98 Let us show you these dresses. Use Standard Patterns. They will save you time, money and labor. PERRY & CAMP Kirsch Flat Rods For Curtains and Draperies Guaranteed not to sag, tarnish, rust, chip, crack or peel. I Finishes Satin Brass, Oxidized Copper and White. J Extends from 25 to 40 Inches to 58 to 76 inches and patked one rod in a box. . tj The best drapery effects are produced by using. Kirsch Flat Rods Cfl Wall Papers We are busy in our Wall Pa per department. There's a reason! The largest stock to select from patterns not found elsewhere. Over one hundred patterns in cut out borders from 3c a yard up. Papers delivered the same day as selected. , J Hooker's for Wall Papers and something just a little better and not any higher in price. 1$ . Deliveries We are making deliveries as us ual. We make this announcement on account of the impression that several of our customers have had that our delivery was "tied up". Our goods we have to de livertoo cumbersome to carry. B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers. TALK OF THE TOWN . i i . i . Barre Creamery and Cold Storage Co. Does Quality Mean Anything? ! you care whether you oat quality flutter or liutter without quality! If you want quality Uutter, you get the best that you can buy in llarre when you liuy Barre I 'reamer jr. The prioe ia no more: the quality i there. If your procer doen't hare Barre Creamery flutter, h tan get it for you at no extra expanse. You will appreciate tliesa auggt-ationa. Our Hutter leave plratant taste in your mouth. We pay highest priee for large brown F.gga and ran ue 25,000 dozen and pay cash aa aoon aa delivered. Ice Cream delivered in targe or amall quantities. Maple Syrup eoM in pint, quart or gallon lota, grade. Ileot Barre Creamery and Cold Storage Co. Quality First Price Next A large line of Beckwith-Chandler Co. Carriage and Automobile Varnishes, at the lowest possible prices. For sale by A. V. BECKLEY Phone 289-W (Over DrWa Drut Store) 46 tfaln Street Tho chorus class of the Congregational church will meet Wednesday at 4:15. Miss Cora Ilatrhelder of Hill street returned to Brandon yesterday, where she is engaged us teacher. The United Miaaionary society of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs. B. W. Hooker Wednesday at 2;30. The Little Dry Goods Store on cottage street will be dosed from Monday morn ing to Tuesday at 0:30 p. m. Adv. Vineitia club will go to Montpelier Thursday evening for the final tourna ment of tho winter series with Apollo club. The regular meeting of the ladies' auxiliary to Clan Gordon, No. Ill, will be held to-night at 7 o'clock. Mease note change pf time. T 1 i' T ' l 1 C I T- . I nebular metung oi isrigni oiar neoeK-i ah lodge, No. 18, Wednesday evening,' April 7, at 8 o'clock. Initiation. Supper served at 6 o'clock. The city council has been given a spe cial invitation to attend the Socialist lecture by Kmil Seidel in Howland hall to-night at 8 o'clock. The weekly reading of the women of the Church of the Good Shepherd will be with Deaconess Mary at 0!) Elm street, at 3 o clock Wednesday. Miss Grace fioland, the leading so prano singer of St. Augustine's church of Montpelier, visited her aunt, Mrs. Thomas Ilamel of Church street, Sun day. The names of Mr. and Mrs. William Hurry were inadvertently omitted from the list of those giving flowers at the funeral of the late Leland Glass, held Sunday. Misses Anna and Mary Coughlan, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams of South Main street, returned to their homes in Graniteville to-day. Miss Julia Boland, who has been the guest of her sinter, Mrs. Thomas Darnel of Church street, for a few days, returned to Quechea this morning, where she is employed. The entertainment to be given by the children and otlicera of the (). K. 8. will be given Wednesday, April 7, at 8 p. m. AH members, with their wives and hus bands, are cordially invitfd. The woman's association of the Con gregational churrh will meet in the church parlors Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. Meeting in charge of missions depart ment. Refreshments will be served. The last of the series of tournament between Apollo club of Montpelier and Vineitia club of Uarre will he held at the Apollo club rooms in Montpelier Thurs day evening, April 8. Billiards, pool and duplicate, as uual, are the contests to be decided. It is expected that a larae number of Vineitia club member will attend. Winfield Young, for years a meatcut ter in the different markets of Barre, died very suddenly of heart failure at his home in GofTstown, X. H., Sunday, March 2. He had been out to walk. came into the house, hung up his hat and coat, gasped two or three times, and was gone. He leaves one son, George, who is now located in Ieominster, Maa. The liody was taken to Stark, X. II., for burial in the family lot. Rev. Alexander of Groveton preaching the funeral ser mon. KIdon Cole, Orson Rich, ltavmond Warcup and Elroy Hickey of Stark were bearers. The call to report for baseball prac tice iiisued yesterday morning at SpauM ing high school was answered by li" of the studenta of the mhool. With Cap tain Gordon and Bill Stuart coaching, a light workout was given at the driving park at the south end. Prospects for a fat team are good, a all of the last year's team except one are still to be alli-d upon, and there are many new candidates who show good form.' Man ia ger Olliver is fat getting hi sehi-dtile into shape, having gsmea with a number of the schools arranged anil one tun-day (trip with Middlebury and Burlington, land, if it can be arranged. Hut land will be aJded. making the trip take three days. The schedule will lie ready for .printing within a few days. Alton Packard is wonderfully versa itile. lie is not only one of the ablest lartoonists of this country, but he ia a very clever humorist, a lecturer, musi cian, and entertainer. There ia nothing tale or hackneyed in anything he dor or says. Everything is original, even the songs he sings in hia programs are his own eomMMtiins, and his wit and humor are of that spontaneous vnriily that we seldom rind in print. Packard's! cartoons have appeared in the liuatfo Chronicle, Tribune. Saturday Blade, Cin cinnati Commercial, Ievt"n Herald, New York World, .ludge. Life, and niim.-roii. oilier piiniicaiions. i he -.goga young men of the Paptist Chun h with their leader. Rev. George H. Holt, are financing the appearance in Barre of Mr. Packard. Strike-period prices of ?.V for adults and IV for children under li will keep the Agoga from realmnjr very much financial margin on this rather expensive nfei tainment. The Parre opera house hold It'll people. Phase do not buy a ticket if yon are afraid to laugh. Saturday evening, April 17, 1 ?!.. Advt. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Are You Interested in Coats or Suits? Now is the Best Time to Wear and Enjoy Them The jackets of the new suits vary in length, some being even all around, some short in front, longer at the sides and still longer in the back. Some are form-fitting, some have straight lines to the waist with the graceful rippling flare below. In every coat and suit the collar plays a most im portant part, supplying one of the'main features of the style of the garment. Many of the suits and separate coats have detachable over-collars of pique or silk. We are now showing a wonder fully attractive collection of distinctively new garments; correct in style and character, beautifully made of the most fashionable materials of the new season. The Season's New Creations The picture shows one of the charming new Coat mod els. While the front is plain, the back shows a partial yoke effect, the collar roll in back and may be worn open or closed. The fullness under the arm and below the Waist line produces a wonderfully smart wing-like flare, which seems to spring out on each side of the coat. Never was there a season when there were so many in dividual Coat models that are attractive and good. Many of the most popular models are fully lined. We have not the space to describe the many popular models, but ask your inspection of same. We are now showing a good line of Children's and Misses' Coats in the Serges, Poplin, and Silk Moires and Poplins. The Separate Skirt, which shows the new flare at the bot tom, is closely allied with the Separate Coat, and the new lines conform to the graceful flare of the new Coats. See our display of these new spring models. R. & G. Corsets Before you ever think of new spring gowns, and they are to be more charming than ever, it is essential that you have the correct foundation over which the build them. Your dressmaker fully realizes this she knows. The surest way to suc cess and Corset satisfaction is to have a new R. & G. 1915 spring Corset over which to fit your new dress. Corsets for Easter are a little high er in bust. Corset like cut with draw string at top, made of fine coutile, sells at $1.00 each. There is a growing demand for Lace-Front Corsets those selling at from $10.00 to $20.00 per pair. For our trade we are now showing a Lace Front R. & G. Corset, same grade as above, very latest form, at $1.50 each. A little later we will talk to you about a more expensive Corset, a Corset that we will bill the towns on, and every lady will know what it is like. We have one number in stock to-day. It is the Bon-Ton new 1021 Lace Front, at $3.00 per pair. V ? V IF .rafTa i Our millinery department is a busy corner just now, the large display of the season's latest and best hat mod els seems to very strongly appeal to those who want a neat, trim tailored hat that comes in the season's latest style. Many enjoy being able to buy their suit or coat and then matching them to their hat. We can surely show you some extra values. The Daylight Store TALK OF THE TOWN INCREASE AID OF CHURCHES. Vermont CI. Rm of Waterhury in visiting friend in the rity for a few day. Arthur Maekmore of Pleasant htreet ia visiting Joaeph William in Marslilield for a week. The I'nivor alist ladioa union will hold it monthly business meeting on Wednesday afternoon at 3 oYlorW at the parsonage. A vial mating of I?uth I'liaptfr. No. 33. . K. S., will l held WVdnendav evening, Ayr'. T, at 7: oVlork. All member are r.fpioted to lie .reetit, a tlier in eoial luine. Tho niiion atudy laa will meet at the home of Mrs. (.ilil, -1 Maple (irove, Thur.J.v nvi.niiitr it T ! .'il I nYliiek. It in i i . .i .. i . i: I -.1 k .. ,11 i tion OlM'd mat llie uuir, .11 mr vhhi' ii m : make a foecial effort to attend. An interesting program liaa leen arranged. Willi Nentt ha completed hia orV in fh fiira ttirlwr whttll at 1 ."i7 North Main atreet. and lii la m Ixu.g filled,"- ' U-miington. , Ivtn.- lV.Le who lot. o,-en tran-l l,r- lin announeed Baptists Donate More Money For Two Societies. Rutland, April fl.-Wheri the Kev. Dr. W. A. Iatin of Burlington, secretary of the Vermont lUptit elate convention. Mated at the aemi-anniial meeting of the lioard of trustee held at the Jtardwell here yesterday that becauae of hard time he would not go a a delegate, to the national Haptit convention and per mit hia expense to lie rharued to the convention fund, a he ia entitled to do in ait-ordanee with a rote 10 year ago. even laymen who are truteea immedi ately euhacritied f,1.V) to cover the cod of the trip. The country eonven- will he hel l at Jw Anuele. Cal.. ' Mny ll to !. The other delegate! chMen ye-tcntny were: Howard t'rane, l.iidlow; Henry IVtnd. (1ieter; the Rev. .1 S. Itraker. Rurlmgton; Mi Ikeiilah PROMINENT MANCHESTER MAN. UNION MEN WATCH THIS SPACE a a a a a a a a a a a a a. a a Snappy and Popular Walk-Over Styles The kind that wide-awake people prefer the kind that particular dresser? buy. There's pood reason for their choice. If you have not tried Valk-0 "ers, let us fit vou to a pair now. See window display. in hi alumni report that the llapti-t aoeiety in Vermont j in an ev llent condition. There wan M,.'iiHl added to the perma nent fund ain.-e the laat report, making the total fund f 2'W.Tll.t .14. The total re ceipt (.tiiee the lt report were t.;il..".'?. wliieh ha been conanmed for current eii . It wa oted to increase the appropri ation of Hi churches at North Troy and irt-ortria Plain f.'iO each, making the former i and the latter UTS. Kivretary lviou appointed, itli f.ocr to act. to dipoe of the .lay proprrty. I. lioii, Henry Itonil and Ir. Rraker rrc li..rn a committee, aith jrfcr to art. to engage a new worker among the Italian. ferred from the lmp at .' North 'Main treef. Mr. Scott ha gone to Hrandon to viit for a few day. The Montpelier Military Hand orches tra report a fine lot of liooking, im hid ing every date from April 4 to HI, within a radiu of 73 mile. IV Miking are being made all over thie utate and New Hamp shire. Th orchestra expect a verv Iuit aoti. I'or open date apply fo Karl For. II. tel. -2:1. Montpelier. t. Advt. .lohn Iti-ttakopiila of Norwich, t'onn.. wa in the city yesterday on hia war to t field, where he Went to Vl'lt hi nephew, Michael Humpidee. formerly of this city and who i at prewnt in a dangeron condition with pneumonia. A telephone call at 4 oVlock yeteiday to (ienrge Mamattr front Witficld reM.il--d that ' Mr. Pliimpide' cotiditien wa Iightly improved. tld coin of alt MiHa and col.ir. tamp of many aritie. ami .me old fah ioned lull are tw-mg cxhilnt.-d in the di play window of the new .1nV"n ld-k hy lr. J W. ,lackin of ' South Main ktnt. They an- the r.tult of many .-ar' odliHtion. and it is estimated that, if at.M, the .um brought by the coin alone would lw mre than a tlnm and dollar. Tl.e rolled m i verr re- in.arkalde and i attracting much atten 1 1 n. j Some o-eote men waitr-d out tide l The Time .ft--- lte yet-rdav for the r-ult of the iltard .lohnann fifht in ( I ! Havana. It w a a pr tty glum gat hcimt 1 1 i w h.-n a build i w a poM-d show ing that j J in the firt 21 round the adtantafe had beTi with .lohrwfi. but wh-n. kl.l)vj : after ard. a lul)-1 m annrri--d WiKmd I ;the ino-r in the i'Cfh round, a lMir- tri'-lll W .Til lip Til inr lac. in. m j-i.Aed ike a m.i!.. d.n'- riKt.,1 Free with Corned Uecf I a. m 4m4 wl.wh war the evmpattx- j j 'of the crw i-i. :! or 10 lbs. for 23c ! George W. Bennett Died Yesterday Aft ernoon, Aged 80. Manchester. April 6. ticorge W. Ren-r-tt. one of Mamliester's ohlet citizens, died from exhaustion at hi home in this village early ycHtcrday afternoon, aged Wt years and two months. (Jeorge Walter 1'wnnett waa born in Peru. February fi, 1 S.l.". and was the oldest child of the late Jonas and Anna (IV ard l Bennett. He came to Manches ter with hi parenta alwut jcar ago. living here until l.VI when lie went toj Troy, N. 1 ., a an apprentice to Thorn Coleman ahd learned the art of fresco painting. He was in businc in Troy until IftW when he returned to Man chester where be had been in huinc in an active way until I!'I3, when on ac count of approaching infirmities he i forced to retire from business. In the more thsn oil vear of actie biiinc lite he had ieronally con tt acted for the work on more than 3,"a) hurchea and other public building. tm tob'r 1.'), he wa married to Julia F. Ronald in Troy, who with three children. Willard K. Rennet t ami Otto R. IV-nnett of this town and Mr. 'lara R. Stafford f Jamaia Plain. Mass., survive. Mr. Rennet t wa one of the idd.nt Mason in thi section, having Iw-cn a member of the Pine hxlre for .Vt years, a menilier of te chapter for ."t year and a mcinhT of the eommandcrj for ." veai. I p to t'te time of his dentil, lie wa the oldet member in rank in Ap-llo eommariderv of Trov, N. Y. I ! Spring Pictures Are Interesting CJ There are many un usual scenes that you can snap with a good Kodak during Spring time. Clear views are to be obtained and the landscape effects are more distinct. 3 We have Kodaks in all styles and sizes. Let us demonstrate one of these interest ing and easy to oper ate picture takers to you. $1.00 to 20.00. WILLIAMSTOWN. Z. v m WATFBBURV. Special Town Meet in ia Duihury Votes ta Build Town Hall. At the pecil loan meeting in Dot bury yeterdy a vote wa taken to build a town IxnMins imilar fo the one burned sod on the ame site. T he building com-j nuttee .!. tc were -I. K. I'lilon. chairman of the board of ulinfm'S; K. T.. Foaa. ct'sirman of the hool dire-tor. and f. If. K.-nnedv, Warren Mmrar and tt. W. IMI. The young ldV claa of the M. church will meet with Marion Iai Saturday evening. April lo. in-tcad frniay rtrning, a planned. Kotice ta Pablic. Cabbage Free M. t lisrbonneau and sin,hae moved to their new quarter in the haement of tl W.rthcn bbx-k. An increase of bu ineoa and the demand for larger and more spacious quarters n essitated their moving. e wish to thank the public for flieir patmnsge In the past year and trust that e may enjoy ft me in t futare. thir newly established quarter fnrnisH every rnfivenicm-e to an up fo liate shoe repair ahop. Adv. : J Why not do your own developing? Free trial given on one of our Developing Tank. Try one. Drown's Drag Store Danish Hall Head Cabbage j if 30c S 10c Frch Spinach, peck - I"reh Ixttuce. bunch.. ! Parsni'i-s. Iknts, Carrots, ; :!onion.. tc. I Oranrc Arc Cheap dzen At the b-me 'f J-dia Vn-i.is at -Summ.T sre4. the H. A. luh wa e; t'-r-ta.ned lat !" t. Ti e r.-rife waa foil of iMyra',ot fa ail. music h th prevad;ne rt1arnm.T't. r givn Iv P. Try fl'k and James It-r. an-1 v.rl .'.--.1im w.Te railed fr fr-tn the iii!'1't r..mj--.-d of lark M..rn. Hale. od !.-r. J.,n C arr' H a'-enparv-d "i t '' p-'s. .-rnd and piat dud wee.- a 'so plaved by Al.u and John aT. Jl. A "!-r r s-rwd in the -Ni n-Ti ,bT of tie r!jh that wete Ci OUT priffa PT1 COeTe) ,t,t. j land Teat We have the rd ! Jand re f.re hfrr our compel i- ; ' ler-" on pritf . I SLtmna X a I CarS ff Thacka I ,.f, t .. t - I- O T. V f-.r Blue Label Goods At this season, when frch vegetables are scarce you will finJ satisfaction in Blue Label good. This label guarantees the bct goods, and the price is right, for we buy them direct from the packers. Try Blue Label. 3 loaves of Ladd Cream Dread for 25c Plain Dorphnuts, Cruller? and .Sweetened Doughnuts. CV flee Iun and Jelly Dun?, per dozen 12c IG end 20 O ranee for . . 25c Sweet Navel Orarxe.s per dozen Eating Apple?, a few- barre'?, per peck 40c 1 X X X X I Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop l?t SCtTB MA1X fTttlT a tSb-u fu! f'Ts assot'iewisr-r Parr I .,,., , U r1!ff-Tni TT'. ' iSrr.itli & Cumings Co. ! Th- a a j ! The F. D. Ladd Company j Jj VaaaaaasaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai qaTwaaaaaaaaaaajaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa at t ). 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