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THE I3A11HE DAILY TIMES, UAKKE, VT., WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1913.
5 u u c tt S 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. -j ; ; v PERRY & CAMP (Tlirrcf (Tlirre? (finfc! HUlgO VilgO XiiAgU o v a C3 .The above Gig, with folding handle body Special oval reeds, alike on both sides Step and pole, wood Finish, body, shellac or brown; gear, brown. Special price, $5.50, like above illustration This has been a big spring for Gigs and Sulkies, the popular conveyances for "kiddies" from one year old up. We have already sold more so far this season than in all previous years put together. See the new Hong Kong Grass and Reed Body Col Iapsible Sulky, also other Sulkies as low as $1.60. Just phone us when you want that Refrigerator delivered. B. W. Hooker & Company Vermont's Largest House Furnishers HEADQUARTERS FOR "Paint Up and Glean Up" Materials 46 Main Street (Over Drown's Drug Store) A. V. BECKLEY Phone 289-W Barre, Vermont Granite City General Store 1 to 15 Granite Street Telephone 151 Fresh Vegetables just received. We have enlarged the space of our Meat Dept. We Close Monday Nights at 5:30 and Saturdays at 9 I Barre Creamery and Cold Storage Co. Does Quality Mean Anything? Do you f re whether ymi rat qutl.tr Putter or Ruttcr without quality? If yon want quality P.uttef, yon ft t Hut that you ean boy in Farra yoj buy I i r Creamery. ' The price ia no more: the quality ia tkcrn. If your f 'teT dort kav ftarre Crtrerj Butter, ha caa gi, H for yon at ettra er""n Voa will appreciate the ufjrct Kta. Our P.utt.f eace plcaaant taste ia your inovth. We pay kiphwt fr ft larjre brew a an4 caa 13,000 d..tn and pay eah aa anon aa 4clierd. W Cream delivered ia large or air.all quantities. Maple tyrup soil ia pint, quart or palloa lota, prade. Barre Creamery and Cold Storage Co. TALK OF THE TOWN Mr. K. O, IX'lalr ha returned from Montreal, J. Q., where alio went on bus iness. 'I'lio chorus choir of the CongregR. tioiiHl church will meet Thursday at 4:15 p. ni. W ill iu in McOaffcrty lm rosunioil bin dutica in the Drown pharmacy, after a visit with friends in Rurlinfftnn. William II. Finn of Ht. A lim ns, who U connected with thn W. T. Doiiovuii Cigar Co., called on Uarre friends yester day. Remember tho auetinn sale to-morrow for Fred Poor near Willianistown vil lace. Nice cows, vounor cattle and hous. C. F. Smith, auctioneer. Olenn C. Carpenter of Wellington street returned this morning from u business trip to Boston In the interest of J row & Holden, of which firm ho is the secretary-treasurer. The mission study class of the Church of the Good Shepherd will meet at the Dome of Mrs. IS. N. Parker of 25 Snau d- ing' street, Thursday evening at 7:.'N). Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Holmes, former residents of Barre, who have been resid ing in Montpelier for the past year, have gone to . Highgate Springs, where they have purchased a house. 1 he members of the Olenugie club will meet at Uan Cordon hall Thursday att- ernoon at 1:30 o'clock for the purpose of attending the funeral of our lute brother, Alexander Voting, rlease wear badges and white gloves. Per order president. Remember the talk on eoual suffraee by Mrs. Estee at the Cniversalist church vestry this evening at 7:3 ) o'clock. The lecture is free and it is hoped many will take the opportunity to hear Mrs. Entee, whether in favor of the subject or not. About zt young friends of William Hutching gathered at hij home at 33 Branch street Monday evening in honor of his 13th birthday anniversary. Games were played and a lunch was served, consisting of rake and lemonade. The young people left a number of gifts. Mis. E. A. Williams and nephew of Toronto, Out., are visiting at the home I of Mrs. Charles Williams of 8011th Main street. Mrs. Williams plans to remain in Barre for some time, as her husband, Captain Williams, is with the Royal Dra goons in England. Mrs. Clyde Howell and children, who have been visiting at the home of ttvs former's father, Theodore Beach, of 107 Prospect street, left yesterday for Rut land, instead of Montreal, as waa pre viously reported. Mr. Howell, who was engaged for aome time aa a telegraph operator in the office of the Montreal Star, has been transferred to Rutland by the Western Union Telegraph Co. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gates of Franklin street, Mrs, Glenn C. Carpenter of Wel lington street and Miss Marion F. Stick iiey of Washington street were among the Barre people who went to Middle sex this rooming to attend the conven tion of the Washington County Sunday School association, which opened this forenoon in the Methodist church. The Barre delegates will return to the city late this evening. " The first consignments of rough stock to be transported from Millstone hill to Barre since the late days of February arrived in the city yehterday over the Barre railroad ami were transferred at once to the Montpelier & Wells River railroad and the Central Vermont sid ings. Yard crews on both of the latter road have been restored and huijica in the two freight yards ia beginning to as sume its normal volume. It is said that quairymen in Granite ville and Web sterville are nearly all employed and that the prospects for a busy 'summer in the ouairv district are unusually bright. Several of the quarryowner are behind with their orders in consequence of the 10-week shutdown. Forty-five carpenters are rushing to completion the interior finish work at the new Hotel Barre on Washington street. Near the end of construction work on Barre'a new hostelry, the con tracting company, W. S. Swallow & Co. of New York, has greatly increased its working force. The finishing wood, in cluding the casing and wainxcotting. ar- rtvet In the city all ready to tie adjusted, and covered with a aincle coat of stain ing fluid. Work in the lobby, diningroom and kitchen is practically rnmplctv and those who hate inNpecteif the rooma arr struck by their attractiveness. The al dermanie street commit tir intends to waste no time in carrying out the in structions of the citv mim, il in laying a broad cement walk along the lintel frontage. Through the medium of ft A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Silk Gloves Season of f 1915 Silk Gloves j Now would be a good time to se- f lect your gloves for commencement, for graduation sizes are here now that are hard to keep in stock a little later. The quality is here that you won't be likely to find in other shops. . If you have never used a Niagaramaid Glove you now have a chance to improve your glove purchases. Our Stock Is in Excellent Shape Every department has all the new ideas of the season. Our out-of-town trade has been very large. This in a time of labor trouble has helped and encouraged us to look for and keep for sale every new idea on the mar ket. So that to-day there is no as sortment of Dry Goods and Garments in Vermont any better selected than ours. Warmer weatuer starts the trade to look for summer Hosiery and Un derwear. If you go by our judgment, you would buy Black Cat Hose and Munsing Underwear. We have a rea son for this judgment. You will sec the reason once you have tried these makes. Black Cat Hose for children in all weights with linen splicings at 25c. Black Cat Hose for ladies in gauze or medium weight at 25ci 'n Silk at 50C $1.00- Munsing Union Suits at jfjc a"d $1.00 " w'tn patent seam, dif ferent from other kinds. Materials for Boys' and Girls' Dresses We are always looking for better kinds. We now think that we have the best that can be had. Quite a change from other seasons. Tast seasons, Ginghams and Gala teas have been the sellers. Now comes a better-finished, better-washing and a better-styled cloth. In 28-inch, it is called the Endurance Cloth; in 32 inch the Devonshire Cloth; the 28 inch at 122C tno 32-inch at Igc These prices are as low as Ginghams and lots better. We have Endurance Cloth in over 30 patterns. We have Devonshire Cloth in over 35 patterns, an assort ment as large as carried in any of the large Boston stores. We are displaying on our tables some of the prettiest summer goods that you have ever seen. You do not have to even ask for them they are where you can help yourself. Cut these by a New Idea Jfjg Pat tern for latest styles and best re-fults. Children's White and Colored Dresses When you can buy Children's White and Colored Dresses at the prices we are asking for the values we have just received, you cannot afford to spend your time sewing. We show you a good line of small-sized Dresses in White and Colored, sizes from 3 to 0, at 50c eat'h- These are a good styled Dress made from good quality materials. In Children's White Dresses, in sires from 6 to U years, we have our full line now ready for your inspection. These are Dresses made from good quality Muslins and Lawns and finished with lace and fine muslin insertion and edges. At $1.25 w can give you a very good White Dress value. At $1.50 an(l $1.75 are a number of good White Dress models that are entirely new. At $2.00 ani $2.30 are 80nie new White Dress values that will appeal to many as of unusual worth. In the better grade Lace and Muslin Dresses, which come in the larger sizes from 10 to 11 years, we can show you some unusual Dress values. Our full line of Colored Dresses is now ready for your inspection. In the small sizes, from 3 to 8 years, we can show you some unusual values that are made up from the better grade Percale and Gingham, that a- all 50c each. In the larger sizes from 0 to H years, we have one of the best Dress values we ever put out at 50c Pach. At $1.00 ar,d $1.25 we are Bhowing some good Dress values that are made in the season's newest and best styles, sizes from 6 to 14 years. In the be.tter grades, at $2.00 and $2.25 are few Krinkle Down Cloth Dresses that are good values. Ladies' House Dresses We have just received another large invoice of Ladies' House Dress values that arc of more than passing worth. . At $1.00 are a number of good House Dress values. At $1.19 are a number of different styles that are made from a dark colored Gingham in a very good quality. A $1.25 are some of the best Gingham Dress values we ever offered to the trade. Lots of new Neckwear in the new standing collar designs. Hoagknit Sweaters have a great sale at this sea son of the year. Our spring assortment has just arrived, with and without collars. The Daylight Store - , X X TALK OF TilE TOWN Anthracite, Coke, and Charcoal Place your order 'ti S tipwaiiaper pubhhid in Yokahama under the date of April l.V news la receued here of the wedding of Miss Hsrel 15. Whe-er. formerly of thi rity, to Kohert 15. Pierce, a former Montpelier boy. The count of the wedding reads as follows: - quiet wedding took lila this momma at No. 2.1 Settlement, the reaidenr of M. I). KiriaofT. of the United Statea enniilate-general. the eontrai ting rrt- tia lmg K'llieit fieaj IVree. assistant manner of the Standard Oil Co. of lai lh. in formoa, and Mis I a net R. WlwrW of Vermont, I. S. A., who ar rived Ut evening on the Mongolia. Tho ceremony a conduced .v Rev. Wil l's m Martin. M. A., iMtnr of the Union church, in tlie pr ' of .1. V. PatUn tine, h-e and deputy ciul gerwral. the 1 1 neea Itf-mg Mr. and Mrs. KirjsaaoiT and Mim Martm. T'w bride nr a traveling lr of lnte airrge. After l.rwf atav in -lanan, Mr. and Mrs. Pi-r-e i!l .-ae for Tai.ieh" Some of th trial lu h V--t tV rd't'tr of a tnorlMv luml t rm.'.-al r -t frtH fcrn'Cy in tt May ine of ) .fd.lrJ I;-oH. It iM ! nd that bad rmN The Kwd through another ear of its e'tiw- irn in airite t aW u-t-.r r rrte p for t'e Ift'e journal that te etwial n (I t mar. of -i,n ! " ia -. rt Iw.l. j p'Cm Iml.-a t ll-l it N wnrthl.-M od- to in1 ( h-r iKatT are in th -4i- t'ril Wk. Itd, t! Mr f'tM et't mu: "The tif'tmare on .i lwtiofi ml in-!-! ( Wre i 01 ttlt "illTlil fw lyg fr'WI'" P.itt Tta ! t n4 amiHr of th Va I" o'4 tt4wt- I '-t t hit f a lr rt n !t hav ' i !h-d fc ti U tir thn tit r.ra I '. t ni el?ndt of tf M.-f "i f t " .f r (in . 4 . . J . . 1 . A . I 1 ... i .1 . 11 ax. i ""S fn t'H Indies' coats, suits and drese: 1st ct creation", just received. Sadlier's. 10 Keith avenue. Beginning May 11. the price of chair wood will be li..VI per load of .46 cubic feet. Aithur S. Martin. 'Phone 5.1-W. Kichnrd Allen of (.reensboro, a former resident of Jlnrre, Is passing a few days in the city as the guent of L. J. Hell of Maple avenue. lodge H. W. Scott of Richardson street returned to day from Iloston. where he was one of the Vermont representative" at the annual convention of the supreme lodgp. New Kngland Order of Protection. L. W. Itullock of Northlield was also in attendance at the convention. D. .1. Sullivan and Joseph M. elon returned this morninz from Rutland, where thev represented flarre enuncil. No. 401, t the state convention of Knights of Columbus. A. II. liiwke f 'harles I-eeUir and J. .1. Papin. vibn mo. tored to Rutland with a number of local knights, returned t the ity yesteHay. A demand for small and comfortable tenements has created something of a building lnm in Harre tln aprinsr and while definite plana are laid for no more than five dwelJinghouwa. investors, fev ers! in number, are thinking serionlv of huildine. If. P. Partridge, mho acquired the l.ale property on Summer and Wel lington troct lat year, has broken ground for a modern apartment house mi the scant lot at the corner of the two freela. Already he haa erected a cement Mtaiinnz wall along the bank at flu mat cm) of the lot. and having obtained a buildirif (M'rmit from the city coun cil, be will proi-eute vigoioii!y the woik of ererting a Ihhi-m- with four apart TALK OF THE TOWN Ceorge Story of Boston arrived yes terday and is staying in the city and vi cinity on business for a few days. Regular meeting of R. C, I. P. A. on Wednesday night at 7:30 in K. v.f P. baH. Per order ret irding secretary. James R. Good of Burlington, who has Ix-en visiting in the city for the past few days, returned home this' morning. Regular meeting of Ruth chapter, N'o. 33. O. K. S., Wednesday evening. May 12. at 7:3l o'clock. A very instructive his tory of the order will tie given by Broth er Charles H. Ifeaton of Montpelier. j Private sale of all my household goods at Hotel Northern. North Main street, Barre, my home. Ssle begins at once, I Mav 12, at 3 o'clock a. m. I am rotnj; 1 Wet to remain with mv daughter. ad. cNewhere. Mrs. Stella Lawrence; O. H. lisle, manager. VERMONT NURSES MET. Elected Officers at Proctor and Listened to Discussions at Rutland. Proctor, May 12. At the meeting of the Vermont League of Nursing Edu cation, held in the Proctor hospital yes terday afternoon, Misa Mary E. Schu macher of the Brattlcboro hospital was chosen president; Miss Clara J. Church ill of the Mary Fletcher luspital. Bur lington, vice-president; Mi Caroline M. Swift of the Barre City hospital, sec retary and treasurer. After the meeting, a dinner was served, with Mrs. Proctor and Mrs. Davis as hostesses, and the party were taken to Rutland bv auto, where the first annual meeting of the State Nursing asocia tion was held at the Rutland hospital. Carefully prepared paper were gnen bv Miss Clara Churchill on "Miracles of WILLIAMST0WN. The eichth. and erv nrnhablv the 1 Modern Surgery ; by Mis t ora Curtis. Isat. presentation of (ioddard's p'sy. 'diatrict nurse of Burlington, on "Pub MThe I'mste Tutor." is to lie given at lie Health Nursing in Vermont." and by the t;oddard hall on Friday night. May Mr. How liwleron "Twilight Sleep." 14. The senior elms ha put on the' The following officer were elected: plsv in seeral of the surrounding tow n President. Mi Mary E. Shumacher of and realired a considerable sum from it;the Brattieluro hoi.pital; tirt viee-presi-preanttion and the proeed from thej(lcnt. Mrs. F. Patch of the Rutland ho-perfotmam-e on Friday nitrht are to golpjtal; second ioe-preiderit. Mis Cora toward the expenw of the track team urtlg cf Burlinetou hoapital; ae.rctarT- that the eminary ia petting into trim. Ueasurv. Mi llattie K. loiigla of tlw Through the medium of Tlie Time, ac cording to tlie story told by ai"0,uain- tani-ea of the piineiplc in the affair, two small boy who atarted out from l yn lonille sever! days ago to make thir way in the well known world, were perpiiaded to return home and rcMime the otdmarv ihanmls of their ritence. Tlie lada bad rrN-.-ede.l a far a IHin- ment. fronting on Wellington street. It I 1 1 le on their wav to Fl l)or lo when ia In fie latersl dinenin of ."n and they puked up a copy of The Time 21 feet with a piarra n feet wide n,j learned for the firat time bow an- ion their parent wife to e them tending along the front. It i to ! two and one hlf atone l:ich. A I. ram Fine ia to er- t a dw Mine hmiae. 24 bv 2" foet. on liia !t at 4" MV urine nd will rare a mll larw on t prmiae to mk wav for the dwelling. Victor -tcy ha iH-r.kr-n ground tr a new honae on the Brotik trw extension. It wll dimension are to be 22 anf 21 ft. ISKINNER'Sl ! ASPARAGUS!; g Will arrive in a few day. new at Granite City Coal Yard No. 9 Granite Stmt, Near Main Street C i We have it cut freih ev l ery morning. cet andl I tender. Frch cut Rh .hub, 7 bt.l I for 25c. j j; , r'nten !t- th con ng of mmBin.'. VranCI, id !' T afc)C. .. 1.. it ti- r. i... t i- t : 3cci, jau) vranct, a; in... Mini. ih1 ! I'.mrrt Zc. I fv- I La lot of Arr'c. peck, I 1 oc. r 1 j 0rn Flake. 5 ratkacS iScc tht rn in our' in drw return home, fhmtims by Immeawk n. they banged their mind ahmit Minninj away and started hik to Lyn don die. Tlie amt r.it hIc of the Frank IV merrilt -tate perioral .roprrfy, held at aterhnry lentir yeferlay. l one t( the laii'it in immint of pr-jT-tv an! ii't-iM-r ti people that wa er bll in Wa-binpta count j I1 bead of cattle, t l,or.-. Iii'i. oiltrv. a t mount -f frn tool and m h imty, inilir.iirg uer t.l. two g"l if - g 1114. fr'k.fj n I .tie. . Il .-li'fer an f rn ht, cor a liret.-r, ail kind of fi. Id (.!, i'"l. 1. If' , Pied. -aet. iia, Am rt t ete. Fifty -w. U km1 aere,ij VI. one a,r of H,e. j er r-l ( !e.ra. I4. t o- oar-old i Mwti. ore air t.f la-f fail . v''l n ai'i; r-r.rr efe. 'Ti; p r of work l.re. i 4 .i . r.ne i i !.-. S -. t j r oi t .-. . S ' Zl f a'-wi t u t oia ' I h l"-rv "'H '!. tt W '' '.d rrm ati-i-.rid !', C- 1. jenitk l.1..0. j The double male quartet will meet with Harry I-asell on Monday evening. May 17 next. The Rural Cood Luck club ia to meet with Mrs. Fred Poor next Saturday aft ernoon, Mav IS. Subject, Jean Inge- low, i i Remegio Gomel, the Toung Spaniard who spent the winter at the Michigan Auto school, and lately sold his Ford car to Iir. A. A. t ross, has now gone to Burlington, where he hopes to find employment. The ladies aid of the M. E. church Will hold a food sale at their vestry on Fri day, May 14, at 3 p. m. Also a social and entertainment in the evening. The farm known as tlie Willard Walk er place ha again changed hands, one of it former owner. H. J. Potter, hav ing lately bought it of I.ec French. Mr. Potter ha been living in Barre for some two years past, and has already taken possesaion. but will not moe here with his familv till after the clone of the whnol vear in P.arre. Notice! The law relating to lights on automo bile and motor ehicles must be better (dwu-rved in the future. Complaint made to me bv patrolmen will be prose euted. The ordinary or usual excuse will not go. Pitted at citv of lUrre. this llth dsr of May, A. !.'l!IY Cilr Grand Juror. Marry Fleti her hospital, Purlington; as sistant secretary. Mis Annie Aitken of the Rutland hospital; director. Mia t in- C hurchill of Burlington. .Mr, f.reen o Proetor. Mia nthrrine Alliaon of Pro. tot. Mi Mary E. Nhumaclier of I'.rsttlelioro. Refreshment were served and the nuracs returned to their Home, feeling well paid for the extra effort required , the bet feature yet, for attending the meeting. J Queen." Adv. Big treat t Pilion to-day Mary Pi ktord and I arU le Rlackwell in one of Such a Little A. W. Badger & Co. to rni shine; Undertaker and Cmbalmer TBI BUT OF AMBL'laAC KBVKI TB.CCaOM 4-ll GRASflTtVIilE. a S j, e-,:t-rt a. f U sn rfrne?o,fst Tr'r?,wm ail! t St m th MiaI r- e te !' '- Hernia H M t 'Lie. It waa a f-t u n-f Jj llutKi tit r ,T'i TT H : p.r " Wirt t 1'nrr r ?" ;-. ta t ! ;n "' ! t C'l f TFatiks. Garden Seed' ! i t- ia " I yr i mm a o I'-nM". j wfTillil U LUli.IliS UOlj V- -r.- hml 1 7" rt . ! TECyE J , "-fr--, v ! ! V'. i, wn A ! hi 1 f-1 v"4 from . H w 1-4 - hf li la.-) ;w-fd of f r a a i tt i."j.- M i f rrS-M M-, i M j at "f I ' trr I'.'l i jit ! - g a f tr 1 TI'---t -r-r I t-1"rn4 -ni Vt ! .lnlmS-i .-- tur n . ft- H 1 . - a t -icft i lefc Vwa f-t f t a . V. .if 4 Mr V eal Coffee Values Our CofTec falc. have doubled 51r.ee we put in our new fteel-cut mill which cut. the bean, instead of tmafhinir it; take out the dut and hull Our Tea and CofTee? are 1xu?rht direct from the larpe importers, who have modern ocr. for roasting and expert men to prade and hknd. A r;ccd Coffee, usually 5old for 2-, our price, lb. 1 9c The lies! HOe Coffee on the market, ret 24c LaddV Special fnr real value. jcr Hi Heccption Drand JI;cha and Java, a leader .. La Touraine. fpetial Kcrjd, per Tb Gilt Ed re and White Hou?e Coffee, crJi the test U !e hat r I1 40c 30c 23c 35c The F. D. Ladd Company ! X x :S tar. I. K. tt-k. j'1 -d