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DAILY TIMES, BAllllK, VT.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2t, 1015.
TIIK 11AUHK 1 . . . AAAAAAS4SSSSSSM4VVVVVHVVVVVVV THANKSGIVING BY K. h. 11RITTA1N America! StAggering un Jit the weight of it dead, Europo t wrapped in a mantle sablo. with thfl fruits of just endeavor and busy with the work oft the harvest, with building and with beautifying. What a land to bo thankful for what oppor tunitics are ours safety, peace, plentitude. Wo are thankful for the manly men whom we have, placed at the head of our affair we are proud that we possess others a fit and as fine, who will go on with leadership when they are done. Surely 'tis a land of sunshine and song a living example to the warring world of to-day and a guid ing star for future generations. With wealth un told and power unguessed, we hold true to a high purpose and a noble plan. We rejoice in this day the world is thankful 1 that it can turn to us in full knowledge that we fear not to do right and to accord justice to all peoples. Let us' keep spotless the rich robes of our inherjtance-let every Thanksgiving day of future years still find America the beacon light of liberty, tnlightenment and opportunity. B. W. HOOKER & CO. VERMONT'S LARGEST H0USEFURNISHER3 NOW At 2:15 At 8:00 HERE Twice Daily. With Symphony Orchestra Montpelier City Hall Positively This Week Only Cars for Barre After the Performance Matinees, 25c to $1.00 Not Reserved Evenings. 25c to $1.50 Reserved Seats on sale for evening perform ances at Buswelfs Book Store -Thone 119-W Thanksfliving Day Matinee at 3 o'clock We have a complete line for Thanks thins: Groceries, Meats, Fruits Vegetables, Fish TALK OF THE TOWN Shopping bHgs and purses, 25c, 60c, on bargain tablo at Vaughan's. Frank A. Courtney went this morning to South Kyegate to spend the Thanks giving holidays. Three hand-embroidered initial hand kerchiefs for 25c, bargain tablq, at the Vaughan Store. ' Special turkey dinner Thanksgiving, Bancroft inn, Hainlleld. Wee, 60e. Ke serve your tables now. adv. Regular meeting of Sons of "Veterans' auxiliary, No. fi, Wednesday evening, Nov. 24, at 7:30. Inspection. Harry Wishart of Chelsea is spending Thanksgiving with his mother, Mrs. Dar bara Wishart of Camp street. Aiih horrnln noal hods, coal shovels, etc., at Reynolds & 8on's fire and water sale. Upen until w tonigiitt. aav. The ladies' aid auxiliary of the Fres- hvtorinn nhnrnh will hold a foillt fair Dec. 8and 0 in the vestry of the church. G. Canrtin ana t.. Anttreoieui or water hury are the guests of John Arioli of High Holborn street for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Stiurtleff of North Main street left to-day for Fairfax, where they will visit relatives for a few days. , Jlr. and Mrs. Minora w. nanuers oi Websterville are guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wasiratt of Washington street over Thanksgiving. The warden desires an unusuaiiy large attendance at to-night's New England Order of Protection meeting. Meeting opens at 7:30. Mrs. Harry Russell of Highland avenue left to-day for St. Johnsbury to pass the Thanksgiving recess with her mother, Mrs. James Hicks. Superintendent of Cemeteries Alex. Hanton will be in his office at city hall Saturday, Nov. 20 and 27, from 7 to 8 o'clock for collections on care of lots. Misses Kathleen Miles and Florence Pnum.ll who are attending the Brvant 4 Stratton business college in Boston, ar rived in the city this morning to pass the Thanksgiving recess at their respective homes. A Thanksgiving dance will be given at the Granite street auditorium this even ma. ov. 24. at 8 o'clock, under the aus pices of the Italian ladies of the Socialist local. The Montpelier orchestra will fur nish music. adv. Mr. unrl Mrs. V. W. Calder of Beacon street left the city this morning for New VnrW. whnre thev rxrtK't to tiaSS a Week with relatives, leaving Dee. 1 for San An tonio, Tex., there to join weir aaugnier, Mrs. Ralph M. Hayden. Mr. and Mrs. Calder will remain in the South until spring. Barre nimrods, members of the cele brated Morgan Hunting club, were off to-day for their annual drive on the woods of Esse county. The party left the city over the Montpelier & Wells River railroad soon after noon, expecting to be in their camp at Maidstone by nightfall. Among those who made the trip to-day were: A. P. Abbott and son. Leon K, Abbott, Mar sutler, dames Mackay, George Bond and E. A. Prindle. E. A. Drown and II. F. Cutler will join the hunters Friday and Fred Hollins of Boston, Mass.. Is expected to qualify In the hunting finals. The men expect to remain in camp until Dec. 1. Nothing of a departure from the time honored ways of observing Thanksgiving are noted in plans about town for the holiday to-morrow. Religious aspects of the day will receive consideration in most of the city churches. Evangelical church societies are to unite at the Hed- ding Methodist church this evening in a union service of thanksgiving with Kev. OeorKe 11. Holt of the First WaplUt church as the preacher. To-morrow morn ing at 9 oclock, Kev. V. M. Aieivenna will celebrate a thanksgiving mass in St. Monica's church, and at the Church of the Good Shepherd the rector, Rev. W. J. M. Beattie, will be In charge of services at 10 o'clock In the forenoon. Business of all kinds being practically at standstill, there will be comings and goings all out of reckoning, peculiarly suited Is the Thanksgiving season to the friendly exchange of visits. Many of the granite manufacturers will clot their plants to-night for the remainder of the week, although the egre-meiit only calls for a single holiday at Thanks giving. Retail stores will be closed and the postofttce will be 'open at holiday hours. Hank will not be doing Winnie to-morrow nor will number of the lo cal newsjiajK-rs. Wotioe, C L. U.-Delegates. A regular meeting of Cetitral Labor union of Bsrr and vicinity will be hild in carpenters' hall Friday evening. Nov. 2. at 7 1 XV Election of officers and rolhll will be in order and sort ion S, article 2, of the constitution will be en forced. 8. L. Cardi, secretary. Order early or larre VU Mince. Ik- Pornr-kin, Sqtuth ai! CasUrd. 20c Trait. Win. Maple. RpbcrTj. WWte Mountain. Walnut, Dera Tflod. Cream Sponre Cake If Rue IUMhwi Tound Cakes per lb 1$ Calif tvmia Bre4 Mutton He Tncme early year order UNION STORE Granite City General Store 1-1S GrtrJte ftreet TiVrV'we 1S1 THANKSGIVING NECESSITIES We have a f reh lot of goods to pelect from, at prices that are right: California fc.fl bWI Wslnuts, TV Mied Nuts, iltru, Itrauls, I- rens, -t R lit Florida ranr. eV t. .. 5. 45 rerfmit i a4 4 for Ar-jJ", rk ZSU VsUcs .r , n. It rni-rr ir, t Us. f"T .... C rrn"4ary Itn. ps.g lot J-rt ... tot Iport let P.s t.t.. !? SJC K V."- RswiiMi. ir M i M, t Hisi 1 .... sj C'rrt. ! k? tjt f ' rr. Iwm. r'f Vl, R.- t rrrt- f B 4T. H-n'e T"vr? mmt -,tig t i-rmni -. I f' f T'-f 'tiv. C . I tjt In our Mftt Ivpartrr.t hax-e a r.ire atk of Turlrj-. Ge, D'jwk, O if if n and Cekry. Ixttxe, Tlad.src Ffcfiah. CiiCurr.Wr?, TfiT rwr.t J-, ?t p.- t'. HUrd S;'jah. T e Tsr r lir;. YtZ-p Tanr.pK. Or.e.. . - I a r ATJnnTTm A P. AM MUTT UU. . nflouun w. a Lr a uuf 11 r f-ii , n. r. nuuuii 1 - , pJS&'r.Do You Ask What to Buy in the Way ot Wash Goods for Fall Dresses? t v Let us suggest a Cloth that we have confidence in a Cloth that we have watched the wash and wear of for the past four years-a Cloth closer, finer, and better style than Ginghams, at a less price. This is our Renfrew Devon shire Cloth, 32 inches wide, at 18c per yard. Over 30 styles to select from. lUBPRQOta5PN.PR00E R , , Ramnle We Day the parcel post. t t ' Munsing Underwear If you are to buy all the Underwear that you can get for your money, you will have to buy Munsing. Do you ask why? There are many reasons. First, when washed the , fit won't wash out. Second, they have a patent seam that la stronger and smoother. They are of better material, will wear longer and keep their shape. Munsing Wear costs no more than other kinds. Children's from 50c to $1.00. Ladies from 50c to $3.00. Boys' the same as Children's. Ribbons , Special values in Ribbons for Christmas uses. These are all of them under price. In our basement are all colors in a very wide Ribbon at 10c per yard. In our basement i3 a lot of Fancy Christmas Ribbons that you have been paying from 25c to 35c for. This lot, all new patterns, in our base ment at only 19c per yard. If wanted, don't wait. The price is too low to -last. Special Dress Values For the next few day's, we are putting out some Wool Dress values that will be greatly appreciated by those who want a good Dress for general use. These are Dresses in values from $5.75 to $10.00; are All Wool Serge and Poplin Dresses that are made in the season's best styles. Are odd Dresses that were left from our last week's Dress sale. At $4.98 aurely a chance to get an unusual Dress value. These are values that will be picked up very quickly. Some of these valuea are odd Dresses left from our last week's sale. Others are our regular Dresses, where there are only one or two of a kind or style left. These air go in this sale to clean up stock, ready for our Christmas business. We give you your choice of these Dress values at only $4.98 each. Ladies' Tailored Suits Our special sale of Suits has interested many in the last few days. . These are not Suits that were made for a sale, but the season's best values. Suits that are made from a fine grade of All Wool Poplin, Suits that are tailored in the best of shape; are well can vased and many of them are interlined. The special price of these Suita is only $12.50 eath an(1 ra Suits that sold at from $15.00 to $20.00, and are worth the full value. When you can get such Suits for only $12.50. vc you a chance to get a Suit at about the price of the tailoring alone for the Suit. In the better grade Suits we have some unusual values. These are Suits where we only have one of a kind. These are Suits that will appeal to the trade as of more than ordinary worth.. : : t : : i : : Lots are finding out that they can save money by frequent visits to our Bargain Basement. This week look for J Basement prfces X Sfnket., Quilts and Wash Goods. Could select your Dolls and Toys and have them laid aside for Christmas. Later there are lots of kinds that will be sold. J The Bavlisrht Store I TALK OF THE TOWN Farmers tools, all kinds of tools, on le at Remolds & Son's fire and water sale, Arcade block.-dv. A limited amount of mixed hard ana soft sawmill slabs for sale at 1 .7 per load. Arthur S. Martin, 'phones 63-W and BO-M. . . , Kobert C. Prown of Windsor arrneu m the rity to-day to spend Thanksgiving at the home of his father, John Mrown, oi llassett street. ii.. -i. .i,.. in Uurro. st least all ton- sorial parlors that ar reoognued n the union agreement, are to remain open tins venind until 9 o'clock. The white -coated knights of the blade will enjoy ini usual holiday to-morrow. T...;0li U the niirht when the Mead ow Rrook tiolf club have their inning off the green. A committee from me emo tn.Am v in lwritinff (lan (ior don hall" in anticipation of the evening' festivities. There is to W a osmpiei im after the big feasting is done club mem bers and invited guest will be given an opportunity to review the proceeding on the Jltih in PV suram'T. trophies, including silver eur ana whhtj ml. of tournament won. are to be' swsrded while the pot-pranJil exercises sr at their height. I Here i it pi' iuj of music for dancing, which is to form the niMl rmrsinnff divertwment after the speech ma king i concluded. TALK OF THE TOWN A special Thanksgiving dinner for 75c at Hotel Uarre, Thursday. Make your reservations for tables. Tel. 600. Kenneth M. Nicholson of Llm street left the city last evening on a business trip to New York in the interest of the granite manufacturing firm of Tarry & Jones. lr Misses Frances and Senath Soule, Har rison toule,4ind Harold Wallace, students t CJoddard seminary, left this morning for their home in Fslrfield to pass the Thanksgiving recess. We can spare a tew room. ir TALK OF THE TOWN See our bargain table of furs. The Vaughan Store. Odd Ladies donating aprons for the apron sale please bring them to the meet ing Friday, Nov. 28. A meeting of the truckmen's union will be held in the local headquarter this evening at 7:30 o'clock, me limes is requested to say that the presence of every member ia desired. Everyone having suitable clothing or money which they desire to send in the Christmas box to the home mission sta- : r,. ni..AA I.. . . t 4 V. We can spare a ifw rwui v - -t hh vu ii'i, ..num., ,n-.v boarder, also would like a few table lUptist church Wednesday night or ' I-:-... it i rOHtinff VOU ! Tlim-ailur tiioht nf thia wo. V uoarucra. figui -..- - . , - - - to keep house and then come and talk Friends of L. A. Averill, who went to with me at Hotel Barre. J. V. Rowen, Oalifornii from Harre three vears airo. manager. adv. will be interested to know thst Mr. Aver- A masquerade dance will be given in in has moved from Sscramento and is the assembly hall at Spaulding high now located at Alta. Cl.. where he is( school Friiv evening under the auspices business manager of the Alta ssnatorium, i of the (ilee'club. The school orchestra ,n institution for early tuberculosis. J will plsr for the dancing and small . frg- Averill is matron of the institution, j admission fee will be charged. J The sanatorium is located in the Sierra, r-oroe F Howe of 7 South Main Nevada mountains at an altitude of SXKIj street who 'has been detained from his feet. Pr. Burt F. llow.rd. formerly a 1 duties' as motormsn on the interr.ty line director of the California state depsrt-i f th B AM T. 4 P. t tu P'"4 n"nt ' tuberculosis, is melusl director, , fivfk. ss able to be downtown ye-, iiue it. m. j. nroome is re.ieni pr.v ' ... n I l.!inian lrdsv, after having oeen nimnw l.oue" bv illness. Mr. Howe's condition) i. msteriallv improve!, althougn ne iu g be unable to resume work for some time. "Stop Thief." For laughing purposes only, is the way the Urban Stock Co., announces their 'production of Carlyle Moore's New York I ll.ualro aiirvoat. "Stun Thief. " which will be produced by them Thurs day, Thanksgiving night, and as a play constructed for the sole purpose of ex citing that paiticultirly healthful ex erciselaughterit is certainly fulfilling it misaiou. '"Stop Thief" is sure to make you laugh in spite of yourself. Its un usual situations and brilliant lines isinr bristle with wit and repartee, while the complications which are thrown around the character in the play and the en deavors to trip the crooks ho are op erating in a household obsessed with kleptomaniacal tendencies, which furnitOl irresistible fun through the three acts in which the play has been written. "Stop Thief move at such a fast pace that its humors might i likened to tlt of a whlrlwind-vet-withal, it i claimed thst "Stop Thief' will start you giggling as soon ss the curtain rites on the fin-t act. and from thst time on, you will be apologizing to your seat mate for your hilarious behavior. Tie the can to trou bles and see "Stop Thief at the opera, hou'er Thursday, Thanksgiving night. adv. ft r&Gh Everything to Eat from Turkey to Flsln l We fcav takfn a hi of pains in lectinjr Thanksgiving raUble rral Celery, Botnn Head Lettuce, and Native Utture. Orargra. Banana. Malaf Crepe. Grapf trvit, Cranterrie. HuW.ard Squath and Fancy Swet Arr-1- WJAU Tamnipp, 7 fts. for Kmh Spinarh, ir ik fx Top Crn, 6 71. for Larr (1ulfr ni;r.. rr pkn - KlClinLlLU rLUM rUDDlNG i a f.ttlr.g chmax to any Tharkspivir i&L W.rd' Fir ('. rath, otilr 1. 5 Windsor Hfavy Fruit Cakes 4 ...$1.03 Vir.'r Hctvy Fruit, Vt 1 Jt. tath them rnl rakp. h Fancy Ixt of Y u- Tuikrya. Tt to lT 'f Ra. Tr - Zc. Z2e. 3V aM 35c y t. :r g f? an? mtlr rr!l rr. 7 to 9 Tt . arh. Y'vrr I ". 4 f 7 - r- ra?rr l.rr 0.';lcr., r-T T? FTE-CIAL ; rir cts OIICKEN-riE CHICKENS A'k to p ihem rtir man K";rrrr. fhfH flfc. Ijl-UUt, OyfUr. etc C;ti er.t.1 9 n'd " k t rgU The Smii& Cumings Co. j For Thanksgiving i Fresh Native Turkeys, per lb 23c, 30c, 32c, 31c Fresh Native Geese, per lb 22c Fresh Native Ducks, per lb 22c, 24c Fresh Native Chickens, per lb 20c, 23c Fresh Native Fowls, per lb 18c, 23c Cranberries, per quart 10 13c Boston Fancy Celery, per bunch 13c Seeded Raisins, 10c; fancy new Cluster Raisins. . 23c New Florida Oranges 30c, 33c, 40c, 30c New California Soft Shell Walnuts, lb 20c Malaga Grapes, large clusters, per lb 13c Concord or Catawba Basket Grapes 13c Bulk Mince Meat, 2 lbs. for 23c None Such Mince Meat 3 for 23c Mrs. Mcintosh's Horr.e-Made Jelly 10c, 13ct 23c Citron, Lemon or Orange reel, quarter pound ... 3c We cut the big Cheese this week. Leave your or der for the best piece of Cream Cheese you ever had. Per lb 23c Swiss, Sare, Plain Cream, Vourg Amnica, and Roquefort Cheese. Leave your order for a larre hrrc-made Mince, Pum kin or Squash Pie for 20c Fresh Potato Chips, per lb 33c Frt-ih, Tin, Light ;.r.d Dark Fruit U af Cal.es, per lb In fad, cvr rjthlr.g that you want for the Thanks giving dinner. Please give us your order early. The F, D. Ladd Company