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TIIK 11AKKK DAILY TIMES, BAltKE, VT., FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1913.
n 9 a Get a Copy of Standard Fashion Quality Tor 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 upmtntttmtutmttwtxttimmxtnttxmtxt itntmttttixmttmmttmtantutxitttnxtatt Are You Re-Decorating? If you are, you will need new rugs. Noth . ing can exceed in artistic beauty the won derful colorings and designs of the ancient oriental but the price! and the uncertainty of what you are getting! However, you can buy at one-tenth the price of a good oriental A Genuine Whittall Rug exact copies of ancient masterpieces the dyes are tested in thirty days direct sunlight and will not fade the texture is superb, and last but not least, they will last for generations. " Come in and look over our rugs and carpets. By the use of Whittall fabrics, it is possible to have perfect harmony of color through out the whole decorative scheme. 1 There is no uncertainty as to what you are getting here. Whittall Quality is standard the world over, exactly the same rug value for the money wherever you buy it, and that value the best that amount of money can buy anywhere. Whittall Rugs are made of the same wools used in the making ofc Oriental Rugs designs and colorings are TALK OF THE TOWN Sole Agents for Barre and Montpelier. B. W. Hooker & Company Vermont's Largest House Furnishers Barre Creamery and Cold Storage Co. Does Quality Mean Anything? . , Do you care whether you eat quality Butter or Butter without quality? If you want quality Butter, you get the bert that you can buy in Barre when you buy Barre Creamery. The price is no mores the quality is there. If your grocer doesn't have Barre Creamery Butter, ha can get it for you at no extra expense. You will appreciate these suggestions. Our Butter leaves a pleasant taste in your mquth. We pay highest prices for large brown Eggs and can us 55,000 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, grade. Best Barre Creamery and Cold Storage Co. Fine Bedroom Furniture Years of experience in the Furniture business enables us to know just where to buy the BEST for the least money. We want you to see our . BRASS BEDS at. .$10.00, $12.00 and up SLAT BEDS from. .$4.50 to $20.00 each PRINCESS DRESSERS, in oak, ma hogany, bird's-eye maple and Cir cassian walnut, with Chiffonieres to match, from $13.00 to $40.00 They are worthy your attention. Let Us Show You. A. W. Badger & Co. Furnishing Undertaken and Lmbalmers TUB IOT Or AMBVLANCI BIKVIC TBLBTBOKB (tMI Granite City Coal Yard 50 Granite Street Office, 9 Granite Street Car Charcoal Arrived Special price for retailers ANTHRACITE AND COKE ON THE ROAD Book your order now and secure low prices New waint and middies. Paris Shirt waist House. (Seven W. & 11. LHtfHt lor iiie at Cum iiiiiiK & Lewi'. .Alilcrmun John K. Cook of Kant street was a buHint'Hs vitiitor in Rutland yester day and to-duy, JI. VV. Varnuin of Jofloreonville is pass ing several days at tho home of liis son, Uuy M. Variium, of North street. Mrs. J. R, Farley of Toledo, O., is pass ing several days in tho city as the guest of Mr. Hiid Mrs. M. 8. Rounds of i'ark street. P. F. McLaughlin of Boston, publisher of the Monument Retailer, arrived in the city yesterday for a few days' bus iness visit. Mrs. William Mears of Kaverhille. Mass., a former resident of Uiirre, is spending a few days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Slayton of South MHin street. F. J. Kiernan of Boston, president of uie retail ciems international assoeia tion, arrived in the city this morning for the purpose W conferring with tho local clerks' committee. Sometime before next Tuesday the as sessors will file their abstract book of taxes with the city elerk. For a limited period the book will be on exhibition in the city clerk's office. j H. J. Slayton has been appointed ad ministrator of the estate of the late A. M. Morrison and II. C. Leonard f this city and O. A. Moody of Waterbury are to act as commissioners. Complaints against prowlers on Far- well street have reached the authorities and an ofiicer has been detailed to post himself in the locality some evening and make arrests, if necessary." Just the home you want Seven-room house with large lot, 3 James street, Barre. All modern conveniences and in best of condition $1,810 terms easy. Vermont Real Estate & Insurance Co. Rev. VV. L. Boicourt, who has been the guest of friends in Barre while attend ing the annual convention of the Ver mont Congregational conference, returned to his home in Waterbury last evening. Mrs. Martha Calef-Wbite, electric nee dle specialist, will be at Miss Canning's toilet parlor, Barre, Friday, May 1. Boston office, 2 Park square, corner of Boylston street, room 3a. Tel., Oxford 753. Ex-Mayor Harvey Ilersey, who has been making a stay of several months with Mr. and Mrs. Hari"ord in Bur lington, has returueiTto itarre and is oc cupying the Ilersey homestead on East street. Mrs. James Keith is in Randolph as sisting in the ears of her daughter, Miss Agnes Keith, who recently submitted to an operation tor the removal of adenoids Miss Keiths condition continues to im prove steadily. Angelo M. Cella of Third street, who sustained serious injuries while working in the v est becond street- plant of the vanetti uranite 1.0. some weeks ago, was able to be uptown yesterday for the first time since the accident occurred. Musicians connected with Carroll's or chestra returned yesterday from Bur lington, where they played for a frater nity dance in the hotel Vermont. To morrow evening the musicians will fur nish music for a danee in Howland hall. John Mahan of New York Citv, who lias been panning several weeks at his home, returned to Barre yesterday. Mr. Mahan will remain in the city while Jones Bros, are completing a mausoleum contract for the Flint Granite Co. of Al bany, N. V. Dr. and Mrs. C. V. Steele of North street returned to-dav from Burlington, where the former has been attending the annual meeting of the Vermont State Dental soeietv, which ended last night. Dr. F. M. Lynde, another Barre dentist who participated in the deliberations ot the society, returned to the citv last night. Cady O. Averill and elev Fulsont re turned last evening from Brattleboro. where they have been attending the grand lodge of ermont Odd rellows. Rev, .1. B. Reardon of Clitircii street, who was re elected chaplain of the grand lodge in j 5 . ..- l....:....... ...... .i: i Barre thta morning. (Hlier local dele- pitea will return from Brattlcboro to night or to-morrow. Mrs. Andrew Knutson of 0" South Main treet left the city lat evening for Attic boro. Mans., where she will ai t as one of the delegate from Granite City lodge. S. B. of A., at the annual convention of the Scandinavian Brotherhood of America. which opened to day. O. E. Anderson ot Warren street, another dWesite trom the local lodge, is alio in attendance at the convention. Acting under order from the alder- manic street committee, Ceorge Maniat tr proprietor of the I'nited Fnnt store is raising the larpe outdoor lamp which hangs over the entrance to his plai-e of business on North Main street. 'After the lamp had Iwn placed in position, it was discovered that it location violated one of the nty ordinance, which In sist that lamp of this kind, awning and signs shall tie feet i inches front the Sideaslk. Rev. F. I Al.hott of rrospwt street re turned yesterdav from Rutland, wliete he ha been attending a mrtinz of the e-iitive committee of the iurthT New Kncland rofifrn of Seventh Ihty Ad- tent rhiirrbe. Rev. Mr. Abbott contem plate leaving Barre f r another field In the near future aed at a reTit meeting of Seventh Hav Advent in Montr !r (tie ttsMnr ii rre-nted a handome silk i timbrelis. I After inspecting the ritv renvtrrie in - f A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. What Is the Real Value? The real value of any merchandise consists not in what you pay for same but in what real worth you get out of it. In selecting merchandise we do not consider tre price as much as the real warth we can give our customers while the same is. in the department. We had much rather sell an article that seems too good for the price than one that proves too poor for the price paid. When ever we have merchandise which does not seem to move,' we put a price on it that will move same while the style is good and the customer will get double value for the price paid. Our aim is to keep our stock clean and up to date at all times. Service First Are you getting all of the Underwear service that you should for the price that you have been paying? Would you like to buy a lit tle better fitting, better wear ing Underwear for the same price that you have been pay ing? If so, try just a single garment of the Munsing make. , Munsingwear has a better fit, for , the reason that it has a better seam. It is cut with fullness where the fullness should be. It is close at the waist, and the seams are all patent plated seams. Different from other kinds. Munsingwear is better, even to the bottom that closes the garment. Misses' and Boys' Munsingwear in Union Suits at 50c each. ladies' Munsingwear in Union Suits in different style neck and sleeves' at 50c, $1.00, an'i for a fine silk-finmh, something very fine, $1,50. If you have an Underwear notion, we can fill that notion by a special order. We make a specialty of extra sizes. When you cannot get what you want from others, come here. J7 Jo f Silk and Wool Dresses We are offering for the rest of the week a lot of odd Wool and Silk Dresses in a variety of styles and materials, at prices that will save you mon ey, and you will get style and quality in same. We are putting out what we have in odd Silk Dresses, such as Pop , lins, Crepe and Megsalines, at one half price and a few at less than half price to close the lot in the next few days. There are many of pur season's best values, medi um sizes, colors Blue, Brown and " Black. If you want a good Silk Dress, these are good bargains. AT ONE-HALF PRICE and some at lees than half price, are a few Ladies' Wool Dresses in Serges, Poplins and Crepes. These are our early spring dress models, where there are only one or two left. We want the money to pay for our summer Dresses, and the room to display them in. SEE THESE DRESS VALUES Ladies' Tailored Suits 4We are offering for the next few days a lot of odd Suits, mostly in Blues and Black, at prices that will in terest anyone who wants a good Suit. These are the sea son's best Suit values, and at the prices offered they will go very quickly. . ' At $12.50 are number of good ' Suit values that are made in a "good plain tailored style from an all-wool Serge. The Coats are made in good plain tailored style, in a number of good new designs. Skirts are the season's new medi um fullness. At $15.00 are number of Suit values in Serge and Men's Wor steds! are Sample Suits, only one or two of a kind; are a regular $18.00 and $20.00 Suit, at only $15.00 to close. In tho better grades we have a few Suits and Sample Suits that we are selling at much less than the regular price. If you want a good Suit, this is a good opportunity. The Daylight Store 4t4X44 ) i TALK OF THE TOWN See the new laces at Vaughan's. Mrs. Klbert. S. Stone of Hartford, Conn., is passing several days in the city as the guest of' Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mackay. Look over your stock of shoes and see if among them are not some which you can contribute lor tno rummage saie 01 the Woman's club, which is to be held in the emergency room of the city building Saturday afternoon (to-morrow) from 9 .1(1 in fi-.lll iVlock. Anv shoes for adult or children will lie gladly accepted, there being numerous call for them, and the club will didpoae of them for from 10c a pair up. TALK OF THE TOWN William Miers of Keith avenue is pass ing the week-end at the home of Donald Munroe in Middlesex. Notice has been received in this city annnunceing that a hearing will be held before the Vermont public service com mission at city hall on the afternoon of June 1. An inquiry into the facts sur rounding the narrow escape from death by asphyxiation of a I'roapect street family a few weeks ago, will be held. People who were made ill by an alleged defection In piping at 28-30 Prospect street have been asked to attend the hearing and give their version of the accident . SHORTCAKE TIME! S X OJ 1 I rl SI I 1 aBp. r ..a s 1 1 : 1 i i i i r m 1 1 1 a 1 - TV i h 1 1 rl n mr- 1 -r n f i TALK OF THE TOWN Louis Holzhauer of Troy. X. Y., was a truest to-dav of E. L. House at his home, 10 West street (Jeorge A. Mosher of Brighton, Mass., is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Berais of Long street for a few days. "Lost in Darkness." "Lost in Darkness," a famous feature in five wonderful parts, will be shown iu the liarre opera house to-night. This wonderful motion picture play is pre sented with the same stars that appeared in Cabiria, the most sensational and massive photo play yet produced. "Lost in Darkness," is a society drama with a moral and a warning. Prosperity turns the young inventor's head, he forsakes the wife of bis youth and is bewitched by a countess, an adventuress. The in triguing countess deserts him when he goes blind, he is left alone. The desert ed wife comes to his house as a nurse and the devotion of the young injured wife to her blind husband is a pathetic feature of this powerful drama. The beauty of the settings; the conviction snd earnestness of the acting; the flaw lessness of the photography constitute this, a wonderful attractive feature play. Besides this the comedy western play, "Her Brother's Pard," in three acts. Matinee Saturday at 2:30 p. m. Adv. No Matter What You Pay If you knew as much about Walk Over Shoes as we do, you would never think of looking elsewhere before coming here ; you would know before hand that in Walk-Overs you get the highest standard of quality, fit and style possible, no matter what you pay. We want you to know Walk-Over Shoes and our methods in fitting feet. Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop Barre, Vermont 170 X. Alain St '.TODAY GranKc City General Store 1 to IS Granite Street Trlejbo JSI Vc cam in !ock almost all articles rec ommended by the Wcsificld Pure Food Institute company with ll,e eetnclery enm !" lute vet-Hr afternnoti, tnewiV-r of tHr ritv rnttftcd, arti-ig a rnmmitt'-e nf tS- wll. 1o4 a swing around Tsrk trt en4 Inoked v-r te wk f tinA iir the rttrliinf uint'g the wet ite of iir nT rrk. Trfr e committee iwit rr-c aiwwired. t 'e M-rrn- rt t t fere "tatma and ifit nrl-4 t We twl ot a aarar 4 no'hwtM m ritv land is the rear of t '-e Viil !.fg. IWti a"! the rwrm-tt1t""i f the t T mm f!tt-e t'mt a Hrf m-e lie er"'td twn W-erret tt.tJ tVw- t"t aldarsnanw f-1tnt. trot tt-e HnnTj- V.t eife 4 f wrt ' t'-e rwmte .f t'- Wil. Iim-1 in lie tfi f m t, a 1 lk w-W. l lfwrt jj f ) r t t.' i 4 t tx n'riig af4 Hv 1, t t tH Am w f j,?...4 ' mwt jT4'i r rist a r'-? mtrX MI'tll. Mt t 4 I t 1"t I j n tr .i'.i4. Vr NrW in',i a S 7 tt W .U E t ' te r1 tf l Km ( S hf hff pt ?' ! t-f4.f trf Jj i.m.vi t- ; "1 'M g .. t ' a t tN J j- fie r' ..... tt v . f v, V m , .J vH K t ir-i, C rm W fn et n 1 ' tt Berries Arc Coming Good Now and the price is reasonable Have mother make a shortcake for supper 2 for 25c to-day For Saturday Native Chickens and Fowls Capon Chickens A limited number; if you want, one, 'phone Friday afternoon or early on Saturday morninp;. Western Roast Heef, per lb 22c and 23c Koat Veal, Fork, Iamb, etc. Frch Spinach and Dandelions. Cucumbers, 8c; Radifhc?. .V; Ixltuce, 5c; New Hunch Beet$, Bunch Carrots Celery and Asparagus. Pineapples, Bananas, Oranpes, Lemons Last lot of APPLES, pock 2.V, 30c. 35c Pany Plants, Tomato Plants Aster Plants and Sweet Pepper Plants Fruit Bread, f-pecial for Saturday, per loaf 10c Jersey Crem Bread, 3 loaves for '. 25c Sandwich Bread, Butter Bread, Graham and Entire Wheat Bread Sihcr Queen Cakes, each 10c Fish Department Comes Last 1 nit not least, by any means. All kinds of Fre-h Water rd Ocean Firh. Iy briers, etc. THE GREAT WAR is teaching the people of Europe a Ieson of thrift. Why wait to learn this lesson from hard experience? Begin now to in trench against old age and want one is sure to come, the other may by opening an account with The Burlington Trust Co. "Safety First" City Hall Square North ButllBtCB, Vt. N. B. Our recent financial ftatement tells the tory of our success. Write for it. GOOD VALUES 10 lbs. of best Native Rhubarb for 25c Native Asparagus, always fre.-h, per bunch 18c Plenty of new Onions, ripe Tomatoes, Radishes and Beets. Oranges are higher, but we have them at 16 for. 25c Pineapple, Grapefruit, Apples and Larger Oranges, Bakery Department Plenty of Baked Beans and Brown Bread. Fancy Pastry that will suit your every need. Cream Bread, always uniform, always good. Fish Department Large fresh Halibut for Saturday, per lb 15c Plenty of Lobsters and Finnan Haddie. Fresh Strawberries are cheap and gL The F. D. Ladd Company r i The Smith &Cumin(js Co. H J w 9rtm a .Vr - 3 .... .... . - 3C