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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, JiAKKE, V.T., I lUIJAYV DECEMHEK 3, 1915.
Columbia Grafonolas THEiJKSTRUMEMT.CP. GUALITY eiii CLEAR AS A DELL Op Lw It 4 4 r 4 A GIFT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Grafonolas. ..................... . . $15.00 to $500.00 New Records each month. ............ . .65c to $4.00 Ladies' Handbags Collar Bags Handkerchief Cases, etc. Everything in Leather Kodaks and Brownie Cameras $1.23 to $50.00 One for every purse Developing Tanks Photo Albums. .25c to $3.00 at the Red Cross . Pharmacy Saturday, December 4th 300 American Beauty Roses Free to Ladies Making a Purchase Saturday Afternoon Genuine Pyralin Ivory The largest assortment in Barre . TOILETS SETS $3.50 to $21.50 MANICURE SETS $1.50 to $12.50 Mirrors, Combs, Brushes, Trays Jewel Boxes, Pin Trays, etc. s ympeony Lawn BOX PAPER, seven tints, one to four quires, one and two tints in each quire. . . . ,50c to $2.23 Combination Cards and Paper. 50c to $2.00 One to three sizes Cards, Plain or Tinted, with Gilt Edges Hi mm pyp SONORA PHONOGRAPHS won the prize at the Panama-Pacific Exposition for 100 per cent, perfect tone You don't have to change the needle OFFIC1M APOLLO AND &4 GUTH CHOCOLATES 60c. 80c. and $1.00 Chocolates per ib. izfZJZ taU Other boxes, 30c to $6.50 Fountain Pens Moore's Non-Leakable, Crocker Ink-Tite, and Wirt's Prices from $1.00 to $8.00 w 0 We are headquarters for Christmas Gifts such as Cigars, Candy, Rubber Goods, Parisian Ivory, Perfumes, Toilet Articles, Stationery, Kodaks, Leather Goods, Christmas Greetings and Seals fRUSSELL'S, THE RED CROSS PHARMACY SPY PAYS EXTREME PENALTY IN LONDON Pub. A Person Whose Name Is Mot listed Was Executed by ' Shooting. . London, Dec 3. A spy whose name was riot made publio vn executed by ahooting yesterday, according to an ofH rial announcement given out by the Brit ish official press bureau. ALLOWED TO DIE. No NEW BEET SUGAR HIGH MASK. This Year's Production Totals 866,100 Tons. Washington, D. C, Dec 3. A new liiirh mark In beet sugar production f68,200 short tons is indicated in pre liminary reports to the department of agriculture. The previous wae 733,401 tons in 1913. New York Defective Baby is Dead; Operation. New York, Dec. 3. Margaret Rob erta, the deformed and paralysed baby whose birth here caused a similar dis cussion as that over the defective baby allowed to die recently in Chicago, died yenterday in the UaUiies' hospital. No oMrution was performed. The infant's lower limbs were paralyzed and its feet deformed, but its mental condition was thought to lie normal. 1 Dr. Maurice Roscnburg, the phynicinn who attended Mrs. Roberta, asserted after the child's birth, that a simple ojeration could aave ita life and men- Cality, althought it would be a life-long cripple. He offered to perform the op eration, but after considerable controv ersy it was decided to leave the child's j fate to a board of physician. Thi board decided against the operation. CHAMP CLARK SEES THINGS Says Colonel Roosevelt Will Get the Republican Nomination . high mark GRANITEVILLE. All turn out to the Barre opera house Wc A and bear Mother Jonea, the miners' angel. adv. Hit Grouch. "I auppoae you'll be in the gay society whirl this winter!" "Who! Me!" replied Mr. On mm. "Nt a citanne. The further my wife get into aoeiety the more she realir.es that I don't belong." Wahington Mar. "YOUNG BUCKS" OF THE WEST FAVORABLE A Twinkle in the Speaker's Eye as He Predicts GOETHALS NO PROPHET. Refuses to Say When Canal Slides Will Cease Washington, D. C, Dec. 3. Governor Gocthala wrote Secretary Garrison yes terday, refusing to prophesy when canal slide would cease;. He said a natural equilibrium in the strata in the hills along the canal inunt tirnt be reached. Better Auditing. Induing from the murmurs which occa sionally reach the surface, one of the i suea before the legislature of 1 917 will be the proper auditing of Hie expendi ture of the state in highway matters. The preacnt system ha grown up from mall and crude beginning. A note-book and a book of order i all the average road commissioner of the average Ver mont town need in the way of book. With the establishment of a state a rut em of super iaion ha come no improvement in bookkeeping, and the state hmbwaT eoromiioner doe lmine largely the fcarne a the town roadmatter did ,V) year ago. The buine ha oiitgtown the vtem. nd the time ha come to applv better method to the ditrilut i...i and account inp of road fund, t'nder the prewtit Tfem, the autflmo bile fund, for inHam, i subject tT no la imfim Have vou I(K)kcI under .the bed for that 7th jroint? 1 -Cro -Inl with fijtrr 2-VelvetT l-r.!w. 0 GRIT J CmniLJe-jrf 4Stling fort! j 5 Krns m dalif!t factory Washington, Dec. 3. That Theodore RrnweveH will in the Republican nom ination for the rresidcnrv is predicted audit, and no state olTk-ee ha tte l gl t I l, 1'. I . J by KiM-aker (lamp (lark, wko has ju.t c"" " nrm "riiur -r ... .- , , , , itn'Httion. cr all trrti.al pnrpnava. the reached .abmgton f. the m..rk of the!k(a ,lifc.,)WiV rnnimiMI,m ,,1U rjiat.mw ewhn. The speaker, with a miiwhiev-jhi hi fo.ket, and. as be travel about ous tinkW in hi eye, m;s that durilig;the Mate, cot or ll.Wt her hi reectit Mkieg' tour" be purjt Iv i " h tbipka Wt. The fart wit a et.tem.nt about Ieelt m h,lt,,f!: ,B tl f"'"- ur h'vr pee, t te.t sentiment. I -'y rt pended doe, m affe,t the Weak- "Hi nme lat s htr,ght a rep.ne ,b" ''"rm-. t t . . , , ... ' , ! N n human l"ijg i gmd enough or in- . .4 her rmmbef of bi nartr ( !. rhJ jf,,iM rn", 'J "ni "T"'1 (lark. Mr. (lark aum.t. tW I AM r,. '" the teti-pta tm f 11 1 d..- trr to tet wntiment further nith the"""'" " l" r-v. inmr (l VMlitam . tfni'sn. 1 le young bwk of tte Kepubli'aa party re for Konee't evcry lere," tl fl.et' re port. " The Tetiti utial primary y-t-m iTl pie loni a great advantage." Mr. ( nj'iete that t;e forthoum tnjr k-ioii f ( tire w .11 lt a' til "dg 1 j ." wl.hh piv niean e1l.rif frm te l outti f July to the mid !ie f Auf t. EAlSEfi'S VISIT "JCST A CALL Tneal ta Tnetid, wwa S.zrple Cerlal jfy," tVrta's Vernm. tag. rr t! eteidir. H a a eowree f profit te hiwioetf rr hi friend. The pide f the tte are entitled t titer bek rm wb cipm.tiirM, e- 'pf iai!y a, tin Wr the prertit Hsi. (He i td.lor e At ery l.ttW e-ept keep te vri" fonl fmrmir and rr tie 'mJ'II tl'fv rt'inr in. n private bni tie i.;t rwn n1 . t'-e Mate eR rr r !' in'fote a j n I t1 e ft?a1 t'-ifti j-ret.fg a wear ".. (wTH.tt t tf-tw nf 4--' g tim-.-lNiFtlee4 lrr 1 .1,1 eea ft It, 4T!,m ( f h Twk'-rtfta, N'.l T Jrit4 "m- t tica 't a hnm J i. 11,. 3 IkTO'f tKt tS , m e.. ' t wa mr m.w in eir !' rm rt t l ) tf.lri ).t, l4 the ftH n4 trm k wT f. j lifitSw nt an r 7 ! rj;ts t. t. -e. a "mi os'-jaJ r!t-s-J:t pt4 r- J 71 e twn aa -n-e ; t'r t tcrly: fee lie- t) w-rk ' jr '.fjr. anl rt.e ( frt"i4. rth n!i-i i .t h-4 tVt ' txm :,.'- . in te to ! theatre! tT 'k ttan tie lbe. 'he e!W njei!Mtlm f ewr e. .. l-f t f l-j !;' t;k,w w t' 1fee. rt. if t t ' ''.' EITCETSIB CHI SO! Aqu:fc rt a Lei t aTaixer A heart Nebraska's Search for a Candidate. Nebraska Republican are having hard luck in getting somebody to support in the presidential primaries. They started out seeking Mr. Juatiee Hughe of the supreme court, but he could not comply with tqeir wishes without becoming an out-and-out candidate, and tin would have been wholly inconsistent with hi obligations to the supreme bench, lie- gardloae of whether he would accept the nomination, if actually faced with the neceity of declining, he could do noth ing now otuer than to decline the over- turea of hi Nebraaka admirers. j The next man to decline was Mayor Thompson of Chicago, an act on his part which at this distance seems quite super fluous. But he take himself eerioutdy, made his municipal campaign issue the protective tariff, thus becoming a nation al fuzure. The municipal unit over which he presides is larger than any one of two-thirds of the state of the union. Still, national parties have never yet drafted a mayor in office, nor are they likely to do so right away. The third nian to decline was Theodore Roosevelt. This was not the place for him. If be wanted to go in he would doubtlea enter the lUts in Indiana on March 7 against Mr. Fairlmnks, who will otherwise have' the field to himself, and in Minnesota on March 11. This state he carried as a Progressive in 1912, and there he could doubtless make some showing now. Incidentally, the verdict of 'Minnesota, without a favorite aon of its own, will lw of no small guidance to the rest of the country. JSotton Herald. A Bug. Clerk assessor' office) Fellow outside say you've assessed his real estate too little by $-t),i)tX). AttecKsor (Jive him a cigar and keep him quiet while I telephone the aeyluml Philadelphia Bulletin. TOSS OP s Royal U iCk-t rn - -d--ro Rochester JL V-Jl XJJLCL LvI for Christmas These genuine Spun Aluminum Percolators are told1 regularly at $2.50. You can obtain one for practically i nothing. Go to your Grocer today and if he has your bcst interests at heart he will show vou the wav. 4 - Wood's Boston Coffee it a quality coffee If as been on the market for over 40 5eant, The lYrcolatot it given to induce j'ou to try the very brat coffee you erer tasl;i. The importer knowing that everj ore pprectated a percolator adopted the method at an advertising influence, Tr t 1 1 V. CounJ K Sat Ifc'tSj I. AJ W Wood's Primrose Tea vv i tyi n the me With both a conttast Ct7H; f A h attendant rpon fovt lami,'y tr-u 4 vt VJ XI frl wtU on one t4 theae larmma IVr- 1 1 l53' A cotatort before you realise it jT'V V rnmr Tea arl. for f, MtjS " ' M m"j" VU D-trta. h ia -'r hn4 mm 1- r j t - tnt h .- " ig ws t l- C'?cf! . . l't Tt-t!: The- point um T?err. ld. l(priir.afO C titA.0B SJIt ro t f-- r --.Kii'il ' T-jir,f t , le-4 e e-wi Iw4 Rkdr f--w tl t it fyti Owrrtur- I -r i te !'" t,f 1 f " - tl.1,1 t.f-."W !. 3W I a. a-Me WP t ! r pi n tie I '.r"-tt J