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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, MAY fl, 1015.
5 i Get a Copy of Standard Fashion Quality For Summer Any Standard Pattern Free with each copy. A complete assortment of styles for summer. 20c a copy 25c by mail. Your Designer for May is here. PERRY . CAMP "CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP" Everybody's Doing It Clean Up Yciur House With a a .2 C i) u 0 V tin Tenner LEANER C O Nine A. M. and the Day's I I Work Done! 1 Just attach to any lamp socket. I NOW One hand guides I I it as it rolls easily I fysiv over rus an carpets. I IFr Demonstration Free D emortatration ia Your Owa Horn c r M n M 3 3 ft o c 3 to en 3 CL B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers TALK OF THE TOWN See tint new wash goods at Vaughan'i. ropuiar prices in wash goods at KIttr. free black and wh to checks at Ab bott's. Wm. Hodge (The Man From Home) ! On the Road to Happiness . e I . 1 -I . IF is assured or a Dig nouse tonignt. I ou are assured of a big line of the Very Best Candy in boxes, and in bulk, at DROWN'S DRUGSTORE 48 North Main Street HEADQUARTERS FOR "Paint Up and Glean Up" Materials 46 Mam Street (Over Drown's Drug Store) A. V. BECKLEY Phone 2S9-W Barre. Vermont Barrc Creamery and Cold Storage Co. Does Quality Mean Anything? pn vmi rare whether you rat quality Butter w Butter without quality? If w want quality Butter , vm get the K-K that tm ran I hit ia Barre h n Tim buy Barre tamery. The .riee is no more: the quality ia th'-r. If rmir grocer doesn't have Barre frxinfTy Butter, ! ran get it lor yen at tre erwe. Vm will appreeiate th eugct iona. Our Butter lavee fjearant taste ia your mouth. W pay highest price fnr large hrnwa Fggs and rea SSrmo doren ati4 pay rash at eoa aa 1'liere4. Cream 4liere ia large r email quantities. Maple t-yrvp acid ia pint, quart or rt'lia lota. rra-. Beat Banc Creamery and Cold Storage Co. Remember the rummage sale the (ItU and 7th. .Largo kimono apron sale to-day, 25c, at Vatican's. Clifford Bcake of Uuderhil arrived in the city lnt night for a few days' visit with his former acquaintances in Barre. John II. Wilson hag returned to his home in Worcester, after spending a few days with his daughter, Mrs. A. S. Jones. Edward Buritt returned this morning from Burlington, where he has been spending the week-end visiting nilai tives. From 8 until! 0 o'clock Saturday niirht. the Woolworth store was closed on ac count of the death of the company's vice-presuient, i;arlson U. feck. i-ersons wisning to ride in ato easy riding car, driven by a careful driver, at a reasonable price," call on or 'phone ou-7. A. H. aorrts, WUIiamstown. A daughter was born Wednesday, April to iir. and Mrs. R. D. Carpen ter. Mr. Carpenter is the third assist ant engineer of the Are department. Thomas Marrion, who has been at tending a convention of the International Correspondence school employes, in Bur lington, returned to this city last night. Lawrence Wilson, who was called to Brattleboro last Friday on account of the death of a relative, returned to his home at 16 South Main street yester day. Miss Kate Corliss and Miss Marie Paige of Northflcld returned to their home Saturday night, after visiting rela tives and friends in the city for a short time. Austin O. McNeil, who is employed in Landry's pharmacy in St. Johnsbury, passed the wee end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McXeil of Ma pie Grove. Mr. and Mrs. X. Louis Kchriver, who were called to Barre by the death of Mrs. J. Alfred Uealey of Fast street, have, returned to their home in Cam bridge, Mass. ired Farrand of Elm street, who has been passing 'a few days at his home here, Tetumed this morning to North field, where he is engaged in overhauling a summer home. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Barclay who have been spending a week in Boston on their wedding trip, returned to this city Saturday and are making their home on Jefferson street. After having postponed the game three times on account of unfavorable weath er, the retail clerks have arranged to play the Carpathia club at the Avers street driving pank to-morrow after noon. Misses Florence and Mabl Hutehin son, who have been visiting relatives in Atlantic City for the past three months, returned to the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Hutohinson, of 01 Park street, yesterday, Mrs. Lewis Dragon, who was called to South. Barre by the illness of her father, Randall i. French, left Saturday for her home in Sciota, X. V. Mr. French's con dition continues to improve steadily and yesterday he was able to be about the house for the first time since his illnesH. rvillo Youngson of Cliff street left early Sunday morning for Brattleboro, waere lie has secured a position as a motion picture operator in the Princess theatre, tar the past year, Mr. Yonng on has been employed as a einemeto graph operator at the Barre opera house, The fuueral of Irida Spreadburv, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spreadburv of P3 Foster street, who died early Friday morning, was held at the house Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. J. B. Reardon of the Universalis church, officiating. Interment was Hope cemetery. C. If. Crandall of Burlington, the well known consulting engineer, was in the city Saturday conferring with the at dermanic water committee in regard to the proposed plan for substituting ine ters for the flat rate system in the city water department. Mr. (Irandall re turned to Burlington Saturday night. Tolm .Iarvi was arraigned before Mag' istrate H. V. Scott in city court Satur day night on an intoxication charge. The reondent pleaded guilty to a third onVnue and paid a fl.i fine, ith costs amounting to .YM. Jarvis was arrext ed near the Rlaekwel! street underpass Ssturdav morning by Officer Harry (iam bic. Mrs. Jolin Kendall, who accompanied the remains of her hu!and to Barre for burial Friday, returned this morning to her home in itranville, after passing the week-end with her son, II. A. Ken dall of Mount street. Mrs. Kendall wss accompanied borne by her daughter. Mim Floren Kendall ol Arlington Heights. Mass.. hn ia making a stay of eeral days in ermont. Saturday's Manchester. X. H. In ion contains an ru-cllent liketn f Harold Nute, a former Barre boy. ho ia mak ing a strong bid for the New Hniptiir eandle-pin championship. Some eiy complimentary thiii-ft are said of the young man and the preilltmn is male that other alley performers in Mamhe tcr. ahua and t'om-nrd have to go tlie limit before Mr. Nute J ieljs t!em the bonor. Funeral wr trice for Mis Rouleau, the little daughter of Mr. and Mm. Amedv Rmilcau f hteri!le. liw deat h st the ape of een years lat Tttirly, folloaed an il!ie f aeterat dava. were Wld in St. vletef's ebnrc),i at Urtn- itetille tirdav forenoon at .10 o'l k. the paator. P. . Jocr.h Turcot. eSRcating. The h-aeer -aere: INeedVsm. Ilett-rt Ameiy, ngui.t P.m bu. tr.. and X. BeairJien 1 f remain' Jer aeeotepsnx- in th rtty l,r a ,Jrge wnmiier tf frteela and intermett lsa made in the rtiAc ermeicry mi' fie. k ley street. I The f.!lm i tiff Hem from t'e TWMtton Urloiie aa "isb"ie4 tii"iay in -e-inev-tio) .t!i an e-Miet ri t rj urn. re4tat ion f t We orT-tt. "The Jar-- "ir4-r the anf.ie rf t,e .roin1 eluH f J".n e--e t A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. The Success of Any Business The success of any mercantile establishment is not due wholly to the fact that they are carrying a first-class line of merchandise, but it is due wholly to the fact that they are offering to the public the season's most up-to-date mer chandise, goods that the public demand, and at prices that are right. It is our earnest endeavor to not only have the goods that the trade demand but to be ready to serve them at the time when they want such merchandise and in a manner that will gain their confidence: We want them to feel that we are running a store for their convenience as well as for our success. Ladies' Separate Coats We have just received in our Gar ment Department many new values in Ladies' Separate Coats Coats that we were able to pick up In the market last week. These am Coats that are a little different, and many of them samples that are a little under the regular price, At $10.00 we nave a f Coats in Covert, Poplin, and Serge. These are Coats that we picked up in the market last week, and are a regular $12.50 and $15.00 Coat, Our price, only $10.00. In the better grade Coats, we can show you nany new models Coats that are made by the best Coat mak ers in a variety of Individual models and from the season's most popular cloths, as well as Silks. Blues and Blacks are in greater de mand this season than for many of the past. Ladies' Tailored Suits The demand for Suits has surely been very good thus far this season the many very popular and stylish Coat models that are different and new in every way, coupled with the new full skirt, makes these Suits of exceptionally good money-saving proposition. At $12.50 we arf putting on sale a lot of odd Suits, in models that are the best. TliPhc are Suits in qualities that were made to sell at $15.00 and $18.00. We were able to get the lot at a price and are now putting them out at only $12.50. together with what we have left of our regular $15.00 Suits, now for this sale only $12.50. In the better grade Suits, we have a number of odd model Suits that we were able to get at less than the regular price: These we are marking special prices on for this sale. Nothing Better As the style goes, there is nothing better than Black and White Checks. Black and White Checks for waists, for coats, for dresses, and separate skirts There ia nothing in the Wool Dress (oods line that is as neat, as service able, that never go out of style, as Black and White Checks. 15c huys a 28-inch Imitation Wool Dress Goods in Black and White. 25c buys a 36-inch Black and White Check Imitation Wool Dress Goods 65c huys a 42-inch Black and White Check, half wool. This is one of our best sellers. 75c uuy an AH Wool 40-inch Black and White Check. $1.00 m,.vs an All Wool 45-inch Black, and Wliite Check. $1.50 huys a very fine Imported Fancy Black and White Check; one of the finest kinds on the market makes beautiful coats or separate skirts. Cut these by a Xew Idea 10c Pat tern, and you have a garment that is absolutely all right. White Serges Warmer weather coming. White Serges will be very strong sellors. They wash and cleanse perfectly; for young ladies they are very swell. The following are all of them all wool. Don't invite trouble by trying to get along with those that are part cotton. 50c DllJ' al All Wool White Serge. This grade will look good to you at this price. , 65c buys an All Wool, very soft, close woven Serge, double fold. 75c buys our VPT owt seller. ThiB is the Serge so much advertised in every magazine in this country. It is advertised as Xo. 73 Hamilton' Mills. $1.00 ou.v a 51-inch Heavy White Serge for coats or skirts a very pret ty cloth. a $1.50 DUJ'S a Wool Corded Serge, 52 inches wide. This is a coat or tailored suit weight. One of our best. $1.75 nuJ'9 a 52-inch Coating Serge in White our very best. The Daylight Store j TALK OF THE TOWN New silks at Abbott's. Handsome wash dresses at Fitts'. Sale ready to wear garments ihis week at Yaughnn's. Rummage sale. I'niversulist vestry, on Thursday and Friday afternoons and evenings, of this week. Beginning last Saturday the four banks will nliecrvo a Saturday half tioli- dav throiiL'h the months of May. ,)une. Julv, August. September and October. Fred Millan of the Vermont Tire & Rubber Co. has returned from Burling ton, where he attended the Vermont auto show, which ended Saturday night. To compete with gas. beginning May I. the price of mixed dry, hard and soft slabs will be $2 per JoaJ. Cheapest fuel tor summer use. Arthur S, Martin, 43 Park street. 'Phone A3 W. Remember the game at IJncoln campus Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock between B. A. C. and Spauldmg. Both teams are out for a win and a last game is prom ised. Admission, only l.V. Adv. William Hodge and company, playing "The Road To Happiness," which is to be piescnted in the opera house to night, arrived in the city yesterday from Bur-1 lington. The company carries two car-1 loads of scenery. H. M. Farnham. the horse man. will hold his next (4llthl big combination auction sale of horses and otber prop erty at hi atables in Montpelier on Fri day, Mav 7, Ifl A. He is just in from the Vet with a carload of freali boraea since the lat sale, C. F. Smith, au-tioneer. TALK OFTHE TOWN house dress values at Ab- gingham dresses at See those bott's. Sale children's Yatighan's. Krnest X. Worthcn of Springfield, TALK OF THE TOWN the Mass., spent Saturday and Sunday with Ins parents, l)r. and Mrs. il. O. North ern Mrs. C. Sole and Mrs. FT. Vidoli left this city Saturday night, called by the death ot their sister-in-law, Mrs. ( harles W. Perkins, of White Plains. X. Y. Take a stroll to Lincoln campus to morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock and see a snappy game of baseball. B. A. C. meets S. H. S. The schoolboys have some team this year and will keep the town boys chasing. Adv. The l"niveralit ladies' union w ill hold the monthly business meeting in the church parlors next Wednesday after noon at 3 o'clock. Business of extra importance is to come before the meet ing and all members who can do so are urged to lie present. A. E. Morrison and his brother. John Morrison, of Meredith. X. If., arrived in the city Saturday, having been called here bv the death of their uncle, Andrew M. Morrison, of 33 South Main street. Among others who came to Barre to at tend the funeral yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hull of Woodbury. George R. Bacon of Roxlmry. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Thompson, Ijeon Fellows of Brookline. a nephew of the deeeaed. and Miss Klif atxth Lawrence. Mrs. Abide .1. Balch of St. .lohnabiirv. a atstcr of Mr. Morrison, Bain swept fields in two sections of ! came to Barre earlier in t he week, and a the city ere paltiallv responsible for: second itr of t he dinsaed. Mrs. t.lir- the postponement of to ImImiI1 gam.;atwth Welch, of fjirimore, X. P.. waa ex- Saturday. The May day flriwle s hiiH : r'I' is irrire m-my m i.nn.m, nun. act in soon alter noon would have made 'e was io meei me Mineral p.nT inu playing conditions unpleasant, to say the witness the interment of Her brother. least. Negotiations com p ted Satii-( Institution aptears tn oe ine ioi or a day nieht resulted in the rejection of I family Hi a pathetic rase Ois.'nvered oy thia afternoon for the uame between !the authorise, on tlie weal sue oi ine lioddard Seminary and the Italian A. ". ! The teams will meet at the Berlin atnet ; grounds around 3 :.1u . o' to, k. If the j grounds at the Lincoln school campus are in condition, SpaiiMitig high school and Barre A. r. ill plsy off their pot- j pon d same at that field Tuedv after-i noon, the game to lie called at 3 30 o'elmk. Hardfick Stage. Beginning Monday, Mav 3. HM.V the I'eirv tiifonvhile o. will rim a stape In Hardmiik. risilv, exi-ept Snnda. Iae carafe at 7:.io . ni.. and. returning. Wave Hard ik at 5 .W p. m. city Saturday and unless the head of the Ihhim ahowa an early di.poaition to mend l.ia ways, the authorities are going to take some action in the matter. It is claimed that a family with several chil dren is crowded into two rooms. Satur day when the conditinna came under offi cial tiotwe it was dicorred that the lushaiid had neglected to furnish suffi cient food for his family and very little wood could he found about the premises. Moreoxer. the husband himaelf bad dia sppeared. rarrymg with Mm. it is al l.ged, the anm'of 7V advanced him by hm employer to tide the family iwr a I ttle domestic TliS that was approaches'- AX ADVKHTISKMKXT IX THK HAHIU: TIMES I. WILL MUXG SUNK RESULTS A. W. Badger & Co. pBraifchiBf l ederUktr mxd CtsbaJmrr m wtr e mia-i rm nuenftra ar-ti VeHord. Vaa. -Mich ..f vnriai r (f a ,r im "! t d t V.-mm I mi ate. I. .f IWr-e. i . h-, f,w-n It I ed n T'ie. - bf fatW. the late !?. Ie W. "a. a a t ,t fr ia r t-. V-a ( iti .tan I'l'le f-HTt'r and ts hl fn !n'tifn e. i l-nw ni W-r ry. ,? n ff vre-iat n. r-sl rrt'rx and , 1nn Te et f ahnvf S mrnU-r'm a e"---4 t-v ?"-'f. tii Vrs R Ivew i " Ms.1 ae tm ,1! Vtiwvw 'tm tS f itt. )' r-g a tii-l.t i fr 1it yea ! f4 mt-n t, ffwn wi n.jiTf em ( e-.'!isa tn i Specials for Clean Up Week j 6 cake World' op for 25c and 1 box World Soap Toudcr TREE Larpp box YVrld' Soap Towdcr Ic 6 t.kc. Stinny Monday S"ap for .c 10 iakf'. Polo Snp for 2Sf 1) lb. Sal Sod for 2" -1 rar. CT.lritV of IA-. for 2V .1 !-; I.VP fcr 2'pC 2 tana Klanall fnr l-" See Abbott's line of wliite serges. Wash goods sale this week at Yaughan Store. Clothes of all kinds at rummage sale. I'niversalist vestry. Thursday and Vri- ! day. Baseball Lincoln campus, Tuesday at 4 p. m. B. A. C. vs. S. If. S. Admission, only 15c. Come out, fans, and see a good game. Adv. Children are asked to be careful about defacing the pergolas on the park near F.lmwood cemetery, by cutting initials or otherwise. The domestic science department of the Woman's club will hold a food sale following the meeting to-morrow after noon at Howland hall. William J. Clapp of Washington street, who was confirmed as overseer of the poor by the city council recently, has taken the oath of office and is now serv ing in that capacity at the office of the charity department in city hall. Mrs. Francis R. Wyman, president of the Vermont Equal Suffrage association, will speak in the vestry of the I niver salist church on Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. An invitation is extended to alt to he present, whether they are in favor of equal suffrage or opposed to the same. Xo admission fee will be (harped. The last regular meeting of the Wom an dub for the season w ill occur Tues day afternoon at the usual time. There will be election of officers for the coming year, also the election of delegates to the state federation meeting in St. Al bans. Membership cards will be ready and the treanurer will be glad t receive the duet if convenient. A social hour ill follow the buainesa meeting and re freshments will be served. There will also he hoard meeting this evening at 7:3ft in Aldrich ball. A paiade. apeechmaking In citv park. more speeehmaking and a dance in the tirsmte street auditorium featured the looal obaervan,s of international !ahor day Saturday. Headed by the Christo pher tolumbus band, the paradrra marched from c.rsmte street nesr noon. swung into fity square and list, tied tor a few moments to sn orator. Afterward they returned tn tiranite treet and in tlie afternoon a large audience liatened to C. F. larnpt of lloaton and V. Fagg of New York. bo diseuaed aoeiobign-al and induMnal issue in their varrnua apceta. Saturday evening there waa a f.ttirig climax to the dava doings. The young Italian musicians agsm furnished music. tha time' fnr a rianor in the audi totium. T)ere a a large gathering of merTjmakera and dancing continued un til nearly midnigM. ! NOT A DETECTIVE HIRED By State Since Attorney-General Barber Took Office. Rutland, May 3. A policy of retrench ment which is expected to save the state of Vermont thousands of dollars every year has been adopted by Attorney-General II. G. Barber of Brattleboro in the conduct of bis important jbafc'ce as head of the legal department of the state and a comparison of figures shows that his reduction of expenses in the hiring of de tective for the year provided the same policy is followed, will cut the ex penditures in this branch of the service alone in the vicinity of $35,000. This statement waa verified by the attorney general. ho has been in Rutland for the past week asinting in the prosecution of the murder case of state against Gio vanni .Marino. In ll'lit the detective service cost the state 8!l.tiKSi.: and the department, in cluding the attorney-general's salary and expenses, cost 13.246.32. In 1912 the detectives drew the fat sum of 121 ,373.28, while in 1HI4 the amount reached the large sum of t42.34N.69, the cost of the attorney-general's office for that year. Attorney-General Barber took office Dec. I, 1914, and with his advent he im mediately issued orders stopping the em ployment of outside detectives without first consulting him. Saturday he said In a statement: "The state lias not hired an outside de tective since I took office and not one penny of the slate's money haa been paid for outnide detective service. It has all been handled from within the state. And because of this method, the cost of detective service for the last five months haa been, according to Attorney. General Barber, lea than 1700. Tlie state haa had its usual amount of crime, and criminals for the most part have been raptured. This includes the probing of several murders, serious aults. burglaries, offensea against tha statute of more or lee serious nature and in practically all cases the guilty psrtie he been ferreted out and placed under rrei. Attorney-ieneral Barber added: "T find the ermont officers are faithful in their work and the rewnlts thus far have been entirely satisfactory. They are right her all the time and if they don't make grvd the fact will soon become known and proper action taken. I find the borne officers are mere conscientious and more expeJient. Hotice Te Users ef Oty Water. Only three more daye in which to pay your water rent. Frank O. Iee, super - int en dent. i on r.nwit Gs ok insixts or all kinds I) E A I) STI C K, larr? c an 2-V Ir!-rt IV ts dcr. ran. 1V: enn for 2-V Hat Trap1 f i." Trrp that ;I1 tlran Vm out- Yar.k-v Scrub I-n;1p with handle eorrbi nation 2.V fr, icr. c h( h 2-V. 37t 4Tc j Sti k. 'h. or.Ir l(r. I ilori-Ar-i I'.v.dT. rT Ixx ... j Sav-Ph. rT rtn fIrir-0T. prr r ai J fard -of. x l for M at. i rar I'r Sap'y- jT cr.Ve K.! I Ct td City "Water 3 fr 2-"c 1V 2 irv 2V 2 If .'.cv jTIicSmitli&CuniingsCo. Monday Special! IIouse-Oeaninjf-Tirnc Necessities r 4 cake Babbitt' Ikt Soap, north 20c 4 can of Babbitt's Cleaner, worth 20c Retail value 40c To-day's price from our Fih Department 25c akr9C 3 lbs. fancy Head Rice for 4 lb?. Japan Style Rice frr 25c 5 lbs. clean broken Rice for 25c 4 Tl5 rearl Tapioca for ; 25c 5 rbs. Tear Barley for 25c See the trade? in Jel'fe.s Jams, ssA Iirpcrted Mar malade in our window. The F D. Ladd Company j ' rt.