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THE BAltllE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., Fit ID A V, AriUL 0, 1915.,
5 Free -Your Standard Pattern! Every copy of the illustrated quarterly Standard Fashion Book for spring entitles you to a Standard Pattern Free. This stunning book shows you every single thing your wardrobe needs. Hundreds and hundreds of designs. At the Pattern Counter, 20c ; by mail, 30c. PFRRY (& CAMP Baby Carriages! A new shipment of the famous F. A. Whit ney Carriage Co.'s Baby Carriages is here for your inspection 1915 models. Some more of those , popular $5.00 Collapsi ble Go-Carts in all col ors, made by Whitney and guaranteed. On the way here in a few days the season's popular Sulky, that has been such a big seller with us. Watch our windows.. B..W. Hooker & Company Vermont's Largest House Furnishers. TALK OF THE TOWN Barre Creamery and Celd Storage Co. Does Quality Mean Anything? IJo you care whether you eat quality Butter or flutter without quality! If you want quality flutter, you get the best that you can buy in Barre when you buy Barre Creamery. The price is no more: the quality ia there. If your procer doenn't have Barre Creamery Butter, he ran get it for you at no extra expense. You will appreciate these suggestion. Our Butter leaves a pleasant taxte in your mouth. We pay hitfheat prices for large brown F.ggH and can us 25,000 dozen and pay cash as soon as delivered. Ice Cream delivered in large or small quantities. Maple, Syrup sold in pint, quart or gallon lots. Beet grade. 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 Drown's DruJ Store) 46 Majn Street a n o n n tt tt a a a a a a a a a a a a a a UNION MEN WATCH THIS SPACE Hegulnr meeting of Canton Vinton, No. I, to-night at 7:30; praetioe. Dunce in Clan Gordon hall Saturday night. Carroll's orchentra, six pieces. N. U. Ballard and H. (i. Woodruff were in WorccHter yesterday on a business trip. Miss Elizabeth Reed left last night for Boston, where she will remain for a few days viHiting relatives. Mrs. B. U. Griffith left this morning for Waitdtleld, where he will make a few days' visit with relatives. William Kiusliu has gone to Ausable Forks, N. Y., where he has secured em ployment in the granite industry, Millard C. Woodard of Claremont, N. H., arrived last night and will visit friends in the city for two weeks. Misses Alma and Lizzie Blay have re turned home from North Duxbury, aft er passing ten days with relatives. Mrs. J. (;. Howell of Park street is spending a few days in Randolph as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Greene. 1 he Frank McUhorter Co. will send Panama hats to be cleaned and reblocked as usual. Bring them in before April 15, Mrs. Frank A. McCarthy of Averill street returned to-day, after passing 10 rtavs with her parents in Iranconia, X. K. Miss Jean Darling of Laurel street has returned home, after a 10 days' visit witn mentis in houtli Kyi-gate, and vi cinity. Charles Bushway of Kast Barre was in the city to-day and left this noon for Milford. Mass., where he will remain for a few days. Walter 'Cave of Orange, who has been passing the winter in Florida, where he i interested in real estate, returned to flarre yesterday. Miss Gertrude Lovejoy returned this morning to her dome in Jorchester, Mass., after a week's visit with friends in Barre and Montpelier. Cecil Tucker, who was called to East Barre by the death of his father, C. W. lucker, was a visitor in the city yester day while on his way home to Calais. Mr. and Mrs. Erne&t Martin, who have been visiting relatives in the city for the pant week, returned this morning to their home in White Klver .1 unction. Saturday specials at the Barre Candy Kitchen include: California fruit candv. 20c lb.; mixed chocolates, lflc lb.; salted peanuts, 15c lb.; walnut pieces, 40c tb. Miss Gladys Gale of Wellington street returned yesterday from Morrisville, where tdie assisted a number of Mont pelier seminary musicians in giving a musicale Wednesday evening. W. B. MeKenzie of Orange street has returned home from an extended bus ies trip through New York and the Middle West in the interests of Burke Bros., granite manufacturers. Logen nordntjernan 112 V. O. firar sin orsfest. Ett kort program kommer att utforas, sedan duns och forfriskningar alia Scandenaver valkomna. Meeting at o'clock sharp. Per order festhomiten. Mrs. Frank French of Woodsville, X. and Mrs. Clarence Brewer of Mont- ier. who have IWn visiting their sis ter, Mrs. William (Stewart of Mount street, have returned to their respective homes. If. H. Blnnchard, a senator In the jcn- assembly of 112. returned venter- to his home in Springfield, after liav- made a-brief visit in Barre on bus iness connected with the People's Light- , Heating & rower CO. George T. Brighsm of South Main division commander of the Ver- Sons of Veterans, is to be one of ie speakers at the campHre to lie held M. Albans next week on the occasion f the annual encampment of the Grand Army. , Mr. and Mrs. .Tames McNeil, who were married in Montelier 10 days ago. Iive returned from a bridal tour through .MNHHrtchusctt and are living at 35 Mer chant street. Mr. McNeil has resumed his duties as a night clerk in the list re oftice of the American Express Co. Earl S. Hewitt of South Itovalton. graduate of Goddsrd seminary in the class of llMl, l been selected as one of the three students t represent Tufts college in an intercollegiate oratorical content to he held in Jordan lull at Bo ton this evening. Mr. Hewitt is a senior at TufU. Bowlers for the series that are to be rolled Iwtween the Merlo representative ami the Jltirrrll representatives have been chosen, tor the match that lis been scheduled for to niirht at the flurrell al leys Mariotti. fiardens, Farrsnd. Murray and Trenowetli will be the defenders. while their opponents will lie R. Mar risnl. A. Marriani, Corcoran, Colombo and Marcbetti. Next Sunday evening by request tlte very excellent cantata an ell r n-l r-i by the choir of the H'-cMing chnn h lt v'inday morning ill tie repeated. The large audience last Sunday morning were bighlr apprecistive of tlie gnu. I work of the rtmir and tVcy will lie KU, t hrar it again. In Itwpiflg wiff the theme of the estitata, the pattor will give a short address on: "Sunlight and Mial- tw. A mnt rnrfi intitstinn is i tcnUd tr the public t this service. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Don't Get Discouraged It is always darkest just before the dawn. Some are of the impression that we haven't our usual as sortment of spring goods, this is a false impression. Our stock may not be quite as heavy in duplicates but in va riety of assortment it is the best that we have ever shown. Don't get the idea that we haven't time to fill mail orders. We will set up nights to keep your wants supplied if it's necessary. Every order will go out the same day that it is received and we will pay the parcel post. This spring we have taken on several new lines of goods that will look good to you. They will help you to better shopping. Easter Sales showed a marked interest in new goods. Conditions considered, ladies were buying freely and what seemed to us very satisfactory purchases. They were looking for new ideas and were pleased to find such a full as sortment. This is the season when ladies look to us for new, styles in Corsets, as the change in style is quite pro nounced, most styles being higher bust ; you should see these new models. We have them in Nemo, R. & 'G., and Royal Worcester makes. Three of the very best for the price made in America to-day. Ladies' Collars and Vestees are new in fact, the Vestees arc the latest and the sale very large. They sell as low as 25c- from that up to $1.75- The b'Bt sp'lers cost 50c and look to be worth double that price. They are great values. We have a new idea in a Metal Barret to that seems just now to be a prevailing fad. Price, 50c. Easter Ribbons are selling very fast, for Hats, Sashes, and tbe Hair. Special valuea at 25c. New Wash Goods Most of these are new gooda that have just arrived. Kinds that are really very beautiful for spring cos tumes. New Yard-Wide Silk-Edged Crepe Be Chine in Apricot, White, Rocky Mountain Blue, Pink, Light Blue, and Navy Blue. These, 50c P yard. Gabardine, Voile, Y'ard-Wide, in White, Tink, Apricot and Rocky Mountain Blue. New lot of Yard-Wide Silk Muslin Pongee in colors of Resada, Nile, Maize, Rocky Mountain Blue, and Light Blue. These are for ' dresses, and at the pTice of 39c they are the best Silk buy on the market. You have no doubt long before now noticed that when we have a new cloth we have a line of best colors; in other words, we have a aeleeted assortment. New Wash Goods, as fast as they come onto the market, will be seen in our stock. Curtains and Couch Covers At $1.33 we 8'i0W yu one of tbe largest and best assortments of Nottingham Lace Curtains that we were ever able to show. These are entirely new numbers, that were picked up last week, and the designs and qualities are the best. At $1.50 we will show you a good assortment of both White and Cream Curtains in the proper medium size. At $1.75 and $2.00 you '" find a good assortment of the season's best Lace Curtain values. In the better grades at from $3.00 to $5.50- we tan "how you a large range of the seasons newest patterns in the fine Lace Net Curtain, in dain ty, neat patterns. These come in sets of three and four pairs each. In Couch Covers and Portieres, we are showing our usual large display of the Art Loom goods. These are in the season's latest designs and best qualities, and, as you know, the prices are always right. New Lace Curtains The time of spring house-cleaning means a demand for LACE CUR TAINS, COUCH COVERS, and POR TIERES. Our spring line of these goods is now in, and we can give you one of the best lines to select from that we have had in a long time. Our large sale on these goods last season left us with no Btock to carry over, so you will find a clean, new stock of the season's latest designs and patterns. In Lace Curtains, we start the line at 50c P'-r I)air fr good-sized White Nottingham Curtain. At 79c Per Pa'r we C8n ?'ve yu a good assortmkent of different pat terns of the latest designs. At $1.00 Per I'a'r you will find large range of different pattern de signs, in a good-sized Nottingham Curtain, or a fine Net of both the plain and covered patterns. These are an extra value. IL. pelii eral dav ing street. mont tlx X We are taking care of our Millinery trade in the best of shape. The display of the latest hat models is un $ usually large, and the variety of shapes and individual designs are so good that you will find it hard to decide t X which is the most becoming model. We are also showing a large variety of the new untrimmed shape in the I season's best designs, and you will find the prices unusually interesting. $ I The Daylight Store I TALK OF THE TOWN George Cameron of Brattlebro, who has been spending several days visiting in the city and vicinity, returned to his home last night. Service in the Swesish Imitfiiage will Ih conducted bv the Rev. Jvar E. Witting from Proctor at th Presbyterian church on Seminary street, Barre. at 2 p. m. o'clock on Sunday, April 11. AH Scan dinavian resident of Barre and vicinity are cordially invited to these services. Come and bring your psalmlxwik and a friend. It is the intention that Rev. Witting will visit Uarre and Montp-li.T at regular intervals. The ordinance of holy baptism as well as other ministerial , TALK OF THE TOWN John and .lame Brechin of Liberty street have returned home, after pass ing several days with relatives in East Eairlee. By virtue of a contract alleged to r.vf been broken after it execution by Sam uel Poulin and delivery to Charles Vancor, st k and fixtures of the el known "Hole in the Wall' lunch-room which is located lietween the Worthen and Wlieelock buildings, are to be sold at public auction near the highway in frutit of that eating place Saturday aft ernoon, Justice court case in which Eite and Walle Matson, two liraniteville quarry- TALK OF THE TOWN act will Ik conducted alter notification i men, were charged with assault and lar- to the pat'ir, whose address is: Kev. lvar K, Witting, box WU, 1'roctor, I. Aiv, APOLLO WINS CUP. Gained Decisive Victory Over Vindtia Club Last Evening. cenv of money from one Kalle Katilaine on the road to llarre about 10 days ago. were continued indefinitely by Justice of the Peace A. C. Dickey at 'East Barre yesterday. Tbe Maton brothers, who are at liberty under bail of C.VNI each, have retained J. Ward Carver of this city as their counsel. Mr. Carver's inability to represent his clients yesterday led to Town (.rand Juror I ut- Ncw goods for Friday and Saturday sale at V'aughan's. What is it that is up-to-date? Char- honneau's Shoe Shop, basement Worthen block, Keith avenue. Mr. C. M. Willey and two vms. Shel don and Chauncer, went vesterdav to Northlleld, where they will remain for a few days' visit with Mrs. Willey's mother. TALK OF THE TOWN CHAMPION TEAM POSED For Picture After Winning 10 Out of 13 ' Scheduled Garnet. A.h)IIo dub of Montixdier t"k a m u.ntv of the matches in txxd. hillard and postponement whii-'t from Vincitia Huh of this citv at.br has charge of the prosecution the capital last fii.-tit in the fourth and I last of a serie of mat.-lies which the two clul ha been holding during the - Apollo club 14 point a against five for f UlUllr IICUJJ i.- v;,;u ,'lnh a net pain of ninei ' . r .. . . IB point for the evening for the jlonlejier IS I Seven member of Spnulding high school's baHkefhall team that won the championship for the 1014 191.1 season by w inning 10 out of 1.1 scheduled game, had their pictures taken at the Kockwoodl tudio vepiierdar afternoon. Thoe in the pidiire are a follows: Coach Agnew.l Manager McDonald. Substitute Nichols, !i (Oliver, Smith. Sector, Carroll, Tomaat j and Cspt in Hooker. The following is withi f Children's school dresses st Vaughan'. Bruce' orchestra played in Richmond last night and will play in Waterbury to-night. Mr. Darwin S. Waterman of upper Washington street left this morning for Waterbury, where she i to remain for a few days at the guest of Mrs. Charles 1), Swasey. formerly of Barre, Mrs. Lydia Willey of Orleans is spend ing several day at the home of her brother. Jerry Hutchinson, of Charles ftrevt. The condition of Mr. Hutchinson, who ha been in feeble health since be sustained a had fall last year, does not improve rapidly. .lubmen. w hi. -h with the one point mr t in twlore iiie nisi. ue. p-ne .puni nm a b-ad of point for the four match- j - i .1.. I....U u itn fall' when arrangement for the serie w made. The total are given Mow: Billiards. Moving Flere Apollo. Illltlt IIIgtlHI Plllllp .... Ijf-slie ttl.it ! Pure Blood - Belter Health j A former Barre civil engineer. Julian '1. Goodrich, wb wm v-itr"l with F. A. WaTW and W. K. Walker until be -tWibed ttim'U in buiiM- at the -t-ital a year ago, ka r-c-ied n--ti.-e f hi appointment to the nfT.-e of street and wt'-r uret'i'tdent for the incor porated tillage ft Newport. Mr. Cv. . Mrtt"n Men ep-t to leave for ew-prt Mon day anl will anfne new .lutie im wditlv upon b' arrusl tlwre. 1 offi c.ff.r a ihttt a! salarr tn tVe innnibrt. Mr. 0v!ri h a cr but id Nnrwi. h nni'rity, XnrtbfHd. in t' .f pfl and yea lt-t he feiref1 fr from t' Tl-er . iwt nt Ir1mi!h e-IVe. 'InvT. N. H. Lat terly he baa oV'td In rndeaior mnrr 'it t1rT?lr t r' I bTiMff nd tt timmer be w tbe rh il rtip '-ff it r4ir of 1 1 i,m on )wp ! rtri tH-tt J, f-w T in 11"n'tfr emtit. i A. D. S. Beef Iron and Wine helps make pure blood. A scientific com bination of medicines which ive you the nourishing value of extract of beef, tonic properties of iron, and the stimu lating e ffect of se lect sherry wine. For weak, worn out enervated systems. Per bottle (full pint) 50c. Prr " bi b- 4, in at ti j tV for TVn Vt-if,. l ritH .-if'11 Iv.t. r, .a I Iem4 A i fff l-w Itl 1't ? .., ! I w-il ' !'. - l l 44 p-!.- 'Vni lun j.Vw t' ort.H ' PH w-t it,' al!hn a i.ffliiBM-tf wuh i -i -!iv i- , .r Tt4y n4 ! a . Ar f. a t rf ' lad. 1f Van- ri i f.ir ' f 1 r in r"'i "A T fmni. ? 'i., a ht 0 n-:Vi. ! I hm l.' r. M-f. ! t w a l-'il" T e -t wift k fi f..,., a tT. n?t"l ;. a Mn rt a 1 ' k tiMi t mi pn and itf I 'Ar! II Vin'""- .'I X ! list Muttum. i -- Z 1 i mi i ,..i,..n t I ar r y I VI White I'SI J f loo Mackay I ivy -J IH.n.m Vt lira ley I v PooL S J w,ll.. im itia. ! V - - w ! lrnp t-1 1 I .n.ier 7 ...r.ion That sj hat hwp Them I ,I..w T4 Aw-rill hi I J sm,th ' i-"tM. j fresh i irP :::::::: Sirientr of th famou, - - j FINNAN HADDIE, lb. 2t ui,..t i Kipptr. I Ap'!!"- Iinntia. UTi ftw-r lh. !p I f.rwi ma!l 1" I i t.. I.,rd Ira'-y ! i s't"!! ... .i -i. il. I ft ... .rtt -"' ''i I I I"" " i the list of game woo and lost the eore: Stowe high school at Barre Stowe 22. Spaulding Vil. Hardwi.'k acadrmv at Barre Hard I wick 24. Si.auldinc 3ft. a1 Iaat,!' rAitt.n.v t llarre Pnfmle'a I 21. Spaul-ling ' i I Stowe high liiK.l at Stowe Stowe 3.1. Spaulding 24. l'eople aca-leniy t Morriville Peo ple's 22. Spaulding" 27. St, .lohnlMir academy at Barre St. Johnbiiry 30, Spaulding fVt. Burlington high wehmd at Barre-Bur lington 21', Spaulding 35. ; St. Johntiry a. a demy at -t. .inhna- imry J. .aoi.ory it, paui.nnir a.-ademv at llardwi.k Spaulding iX I Mnfitpelter 31. SpanMing 3n. j Burling-toti high Srhm.l at Burlington I j Hirlmgtor) 42, Spanldinf 34. MotitreI-r hifch nho.d at Barre Mirtw-lter I". SpanMing 34. i llardwick B-a.lemv at MintpIier illardi.k 2. Spaulding SI Harlwi.k I nar.im k'k Saturday Sale! ItANANAS I6for2."c 23c dozen ORANGES 23 for 23c up to 50c doz. CRAPE FRUIT .1, 4 and 6 for 25c FRESH STR A WHERRIES Arrive Saturday .Morning TOMATOES AND ASPARAGUS Collcpe Ice-t with Fresh Strawberries : : I United FruitSfore! C. tIATTT. rr. Tlyp at tt NvrtJi Mia tt. - -A IV.r FRESH WATER HSH c have Lak Trnu, Pike, iVkfrel. Penh. UuH Tout. I SEA FISH Ha.ilock. H&l- i.tt I ihut, CVxl, Cusk. While Fih. r . I ;ll m Houndfrs. HaiJ.ixk Rfe, SaI- mon. Mackfrel. SrmH. t ; SHELL HSH -r- Ix.bter. Oyftr, Clan, pint or pexk.I - 'l-w . f.,w-e I . I t H' land m e . 1" ST,-1tl U.k.T ""'fe t I.v-fte T'I i oV, ! A. W. Badger & Co. tarnishing Undertakers and Embalmers nri rT or Aaffviasca satvus TtiarnoM t4i "I 7i-d - I. One-Half Pe of Set Juirr Orances 113 J t E vsn 'v.c. kt a Hi r.; I ,, I lettuce. Srir.nfh, Dan.if lion. : . . , ? : DROWN'S DRUG STORE: 4 North Main Stmi -" - 4t t ? ,! V-. irwf V VAt Amateur Cmfet at Op eraHooetirTiiiifcL You know them aH thy all liw job. 9 i i i par. Mi F.&n Hd CAB-J j Pet f- j ft. 1 Hi Id win Apple. k..ft j ! A . . . M M I jbniiin & torr.ings uo.j blue Label Uoods At thi icason. hen frch vegetable arc scarce you find tatirfaction in Blue LaSel fKJ. Thi label :taranteet the bct oodt, and the price it riht. for c buy them direct from the packers. Try Blue Label 3 loavr? of I-a1i Crrarn I.rc.nd for 2"pC riain Douphnuls, CruV.c r? an Swcf tcr.ed Doughnuts. Coffee Dun? tnd Jelly Hun., per dozen 12c 16 and 20 Orarre 'for 25c Fwt Navel Orarrr.N per (1n2n 2Zc Ezllr.z An ?'? a few farnX per fcck 'j The K D. Ladd Company 4-4r4y4 t '- .--!.