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THE 1IAIIRK DAILY TIMES. JMIHIK, ' VT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1015.
TALK OF THE TOWN Saturday Specials Medicine Cabinets and Sofa Pillows THE MEDICINE CABINETS are finished In White Enamel and Dull Oak. They have a 10x14 plate mirror in the door and two glass shelves inside. Cabinets are all ready to hang. We have just 12 of these Cabinets, 6 of each finish. Value $3.00. To be sold Saturday at $1.98 each. THE SOFA PILLOWS are in two sizes, one 15x25 in., the other 25x25 in.; fancy silk tops in a variety of pat terns and colorings. Pillows filled with 100 per cent, pure Java Silk Floss and a good value at $1.25. Saturday while they last, 89c each. One of these Pillows will make a very acceptable Christmas gift. B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers TALK OF THE TOWN The ladies of the Church of the Good , Shepherd have 60 aprons to dispose of for , large and email people at their sale Dec. 15 and 16. adv. Because of the union service, which is ito.be held at 7:30 in the Barre opera house Sunday evening, the preaching service in the Presbyterian church Sun day evening will be held from 6:15 to 7:15, when Rev. Edgar Crossland will preach on "Give us this clay our daily bread." adv. TALK OF THE TOWN If It's Canned Goods you are in need of we have Burt, Olney and Hatchet brands, with prices that are right. Pint Lighting Jar of Honey 25c "omb Honey 23c Bulk Olives, per quart. 35c Oranges 30c, 35c and 40c Grapefruit 4 for 25c 2ream and Pimento Cheese, each 10c Bread 3 loaves for 25c Drake's Cakes, 7 varieties, each.. 10c MEAT DEPARTMENT. Native Chickens 25c Native Fowls 22c Pork Roasts and Chops. . 16c to 20c Western Beef Roasts 18c to 25e 9eef Sausage ........ 2 lbs. for 25c Home-Cured Hams . 20c Home-Cured Bacon, Strip ...... 20c : Fresh Tripe 3 lbs. for 25c Fresh Oysters and Finnan Haddie. Houghton & Robins Phone ajs Friday Saturday Specials Fruits CRAPEFRllT . 4 aa4 t fee IS SWEET FLORIDA ORANGES, ... IS a 4. IS far tic. aa fc TANGERINES IS far I St PINEAPPLES. aarh ISe BANANAS. tS ana IS f.r lie, IS aoa. GRAPEA Tatars, 1 lb.' far IK Candy ORIGINAL CHOCOLATE HOMESPUN rasmlar SSc trwda, Spactal l par Ik. 4Sc LINE OP CREAM CARAMELS SaariaL iX aerlS. Oar Mm af fancy Gaaaa far Cfcriataes gittt raias fraa tha teaaln Caa auk m tin VH4 StaUa Aaalla. Law nar'a, Larctt a4 CavaU. Prtraa r1rL FREE DELI VERT United Fruit Store GEORGE MAMATTT, FraarMar TEL. 14 Dance, Socialist hall. Granite street, Saturday night. Carroll's orchestra. ad. Six-part feature at Pavilion, in addi tion to the two acts of vaudeville. adv. Go to Holmes' Jewelry Store for Christ mas wacthes, clocks, bracelets; engrav ins; free while you wait. Mrs. Frank Blouin left the city this morning for Newport, where she is to make a visit of several days with rela tives. " Thomas R. Waterman tenor soloist, vocal teacher and coach, will be at 17 Wellington street, Monday, Dec. 13, from 2 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m. Tel. 128-1 or Hotel Barre. -adv. I have concluded to close out my furs at half price sale all this and next week. Npecial sets ror children, latest style. Come, to Joe Kovalsky's Tailor Shop, Eastman block. A great variety of jellies, jams, pickles and home-made ra'hdy will be on sale at the Church of the Good Shepherd next Wednesday and Thursday, afternoons and evenings. No admission fee In the after noon. adv. Thomas Ilalvosa of Church street and William Ilalvosa of South Slain street have returned to the city, after having been called to Quincy, Mass., by the death of their brother, Philip J. Ilalvosa, who passed away Tuesday afternoon, after an illness of four weeks. Because of the union service, which Is to be held at 7:30 in the Barre opera house Sunday evening, the preaching service in the Presbyterian church Sun day evening will be held from 6:15 to 7:15, when Kev. Kdgar Croesland will preach on "Give us this day our daily bread." adv. Green Mountain lodge, Xo. 461, have elected the following officers for the en suing year: II. Wykes, president; Joseph Stumpp, vice-president; J. J. McMahon, financial secretary; William Frenier, re cording secretary; M. J. Hamel, treasur er; L. A. Donahue, sentinel; E. McAllis ter, conductor. Alex. Ross of Franklin street, great sachem of the Ked Men in Vermont, has received a communication from Freder ick O. Downs, a Boston lawyer, who is the great incohonee of Red Men in Amer ica, accepting the former's invitation to be the guest of honor at a gathering of the tribes in Montpelier next Friday evening. Iroquois tribe of Barre, Wucho sen tribe of Kaat Barre, Apache tribe of Wsterbury and Sioux tribe of Montpelier will join in a big banquet and ceremonial to be held in the city hall. A venison dinner will 1 served in the early een ing. after whith the men of Iroquois tribe will work the adoption degree on large class of candidates. V.rmt Inco honee will revriew the ceremonial and make speech. GRANITE VI LLE. All turn out to the Barre opera house Dee. 15 and hear Mother Jones, the min ers' angel. dv. Regular meeting of division No. 3. A. O. H, Tftesdsy evening, Dec. 14, at 7 o'clock. Klertion of officers. All mem bers are requested to be present. Per order Jatnee M. Dcgman. recording secretary. WEBSTER VILLE. See the children's fur acts at Fitts. Supper, l'rcsbyteilau church, to night adv. Skating sets for misses and children at Mrs. W. F. SlicpHrd's. . , Buy your Christmas gifs at W, 11. Goodfcllow & Sou's jewelry sale and save money. Misses Marjory and Mary Andrews of Mitple Grove returned last night from Moira, N. Y., where they have been vis iting for the paBt week. The nature study clans will meet with Mrs. L. M. Averill, Hilltop avenue, won day at 7:30 p. in.; subject, "Coniferous Trees of Vermont," in charge of Miss Penelope Gall. Mrs. C. N. Benedict returned last night from Auburn, Me,, where she went to accompany her cousin, Mrs. Emma A Kichols, to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Willis M. Abbott. George I. Whitney, who came to Wash ington county to attend the annual meet ing of Mount Sianai temple, returned to his home in Bellows Ialls this morning, after spending a few days at Hotel Barre. Mrs. L. A. Ballard of St. Paul, Minn., who has been spending some weeks at the home of her son, Nelson B. Ballard, of Tremont street, left yesterday for Milton, where she will visit another eon before returning to her home. Ihe Ministers' Monday club meets at the loung Men s Christian association, Montpelier, on Monday at 10:30 a. m. Rev. 8. F. Blomfield, pastor of Bethany church, Montpelier, will read a paper on Christianity a Control or a Motive. Mrs. C. N. Benedict has returned from Boston with new ideas in the catering line and is ready for Christmas orders for fruit cake, plum pudding, . fancy cakes, etc. Lunches and dinners pre pared on short notice. 'Phone 141-W. adv. t . Sphagetti will be cooked to order at the woman's club cooking demonstration j in Howland hall Tuesday afternoon, Dee, 14. Telephone vour order to Mrs. N. D. Fhelps or Mrs. Herman Davis and call for same at the hall from 3 to 0 p. m Tuesday. adv. Manager Frank J. Shea of the Shea shoe store returned to the city last even ing from Woodsville, N. H., where he has been engaged in closing out the shoe stock in the store conducted by G. Lampher. The sale was one of the larg est ever conducted in Woodsville, the entire stock disappearing in less than half the time anticipated when the shoes were marked down. Basketball fans in the city will be glad to learn that the Shamrock team has reorganized and expects to play some of the fastest semi-professional teams in this state and New Hampshire during the season. Two Maine teams, Lewiston and Portland, are also mentioned as possible opponents in the local gymnasium. Stuart, Ogston, Grady and "Bone" Car roll of the last year's team will again be candidates for positions on the team together with "Tommie" Tomasi, and "Peanut Carroll of last year's Spauld ing team. Other good, though less known, men are showing up at the try outs, however, so that all evidence points to one of the best teams of the Sham rock's history. Leonard Lander of 16 South Main street has been elected man ager for the season and will be gbid to consider otters for games. Funeral services were held in St. Pe ter's Roman Catholic church. Veoremies, this morning for Mrs. Melvuia B. (ice, wife of George U Gee, a former resident of Barre. The pastor, Rev. L. A. enna. was the officiating clergyman and burial took place in the Catholic cemetery in Vergennes. Mrs. Gee's death occurred at the Fanny Allen hospital Thursday, after an illness of about four month. She was a native of West port, N. V and bad resided in Burlington three years, prior to which the family lived in Uarre, where air. uee was the mana ger of the Barre Shoe store. Beside her husband, she leaves three children, and one sister, Mrs. George Morris of Athol, Mass. A short time ago Mrs. Gee under went an operation and thereafter her condition gradually grew worse. A four-cornered baseball league to in clude Barre, Burlington, St. Jobnsbury and Littleton. X. 1I is being seriourly discussed by fans in the four towns men tioned, and by Jan. 13 it is eipwU-d that the proposal to form an association will have assumed more definite shape. Cale donia county fans are said to be en thusiast' over the plan and Littleton baseball euporters are reedr to favor anything that will bring the four teams into close competition next summer. Not so much has been beard from Bur lington, but there is reason to believe , that there are plenty of Queen City fans who would like to ae a league formed, as the sugr'stion that Burling ton retain the srvi. of the Cnierity f Vermont teem at the close of the col lege aeaon of 1016 found Instant favor among the baarhall people of that rity. At the annual meeting of the Itsliaa Athlrtie Huh, the member went on rec ord as fsvoring tinnimilr a leapue of A. P. ABBOTT CO. X A. P. ABBOTT CO. I W aV Kwe- jRW.y2C-j-k . , - I Wi.Wt 'WZV-.-'.A- A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Practical Holiday Gifts There is always someone to whom you want to give a prac tical holiday gift -one that represents more than the ordinary amount paid for trashy trifles a gift that will represent thought on your part in its selection. There are lots of such gifts in this store, and every day between now and Christmas we will make many practical suggestions. - BLACK CAT HOSIERY Manufacturers of Black Cat Ho siery have just issued a bulletin guaranteeing their new Black to be "superior in many ways to the best German dyes. Notice of this discovery is now being printed in every newspaper and mag- f azine in the country. It means a whole lot to you who buy Black Cat Hosiery to know that the dye is fast and perfectly sanitary. We consider ourselves fortunate in having the Black Cat agency - the best Hosiery sold in America to-day. Black Cat Hose Elack Cat cpsta no more than other kinds that will fade and crock. It cost them $100, 000 to perfect the dye that they now use. " Blaek Cat Hose for children and ladies in all weights, all sizes. The most complete lite in Vermont at the price, 25C P"r Black Cat people make a 5c Hose that we do not carry.- We have per fect confidence in their 25c numbers and don't believe in selling our trade tho poorer numbers. We have al ways tried to protect our trade by Selecting good values. Ask to see Black Cat Silk Hose at 50c nd $1.00 l"r rir- These put up in Christmas boxes that make them more attractive and do not cost the giver anj-' more. We stand the extra expense for the sake of giving our trade better service. We parcel post free any of these values ordered by mail. Christmas Specials We have lots of kinds that we carry only at Christmas time. From now on you should do a little looking before you buy. If you see what you would like and are not ready to buy, ask to have it reserved for a few days. We want to serve you all just the very best that we can. You will have to' help us just a little if you get our best service. This year of all years, things that re sold out will be very bard, to replace. Our stock is the largest that it ever was, our Bargain Basement add ing materially to the convenience and shopping capacity of our whole store. You will find that you can do more shopping with us this aesson than ever before, snd be pleased with all you buy. Ask to see the following thst we bank on as the very best your money can buyi Marshall Field &, Coa Handkerchiefs, a very large selection; Litteau's rocket books and Handbags, Pelgram & Meyers' Ribbons, Plume Brand Muslin Cnderwear for gifts, Feather Unas, beautiful line of Shell Hair Goods, Silk Neck Scarfs, Wool Scarfs with Toques to match; new lot Boudoir Caps, Ladies' Gents' and Children's Sweaters, Jewelry, and a beautiful line of Ivory Pyralin in Brush and Comb Sets, Trays, and all the different articles made In this clsss of goods. . Ladies' Tailored Suits WTien you can buy a good Suit at the prices we are put ting on a lot of our best values it is surely pretty good judg ment to buy as early as you can. We are very busy these days, and every day sees some of our best values picked up. You should see the values as early as possible. Our $7.98 Suits are values that re made from an All W ool Serge and in good plain tailored style. W?re our specials at $12.00. At $9.98 are what we have left in Colored Suits, such as Browns, Blues, Greens, and Mixtures, and that were among our best values at from $15.00 to $18.00. ' At $12.50 you "id Suit values that will appeal to you as of more than ordinary value. These are our season's best Suit values in colors such as Blue, Brown, Green and Mix tures, and the cloths are Gabardines, fine Serges, Poplins, and Wide Wale Serges. Are Suits thst sold at from $18.00 to $i2.50 and were good values. In the better grade Colored Suits, we are making equally as low prices, and these are mostly Sample Suits in fine Broadcloths, Gabardines, Poplins and Serges. . Ladies Christmas Waists We are now showing a large line of the season's best as sortments of new Silk and Cotton Waists. Many of these come in a neat holly box,, which makes an ideal Christ mas gift. See our new Wash Silk Waist with a dainty embroidered front, at only $1.25. At $2.00 'e nave large display of new Wash Waists made with the high-low neck. Are made from a fine quality A ash Silk, with dark -colored stripes. Come in the holly boxes. A $2.50 e have some new val ues in a White Crepe de Chine Waist. Is made ni the latest style high-low neck. , In the better grade Crepe de Chine Waists are a number of new irtodels that are the season's best. Ladies' Separate Coats We are closing out a lot of good warm Coats at prices that will interest any who want a good Coat value. At $7.98, $9.98 and $12.50 are two racks of Coats in a variety of different styles and colors. Are Coats thst sold it from $10.00 to $18.00, and they were our season's best values. We kar ju.t rrreiraa' a Urr shewinc af NEW SILK PETTICOATS In Plain and Fis-arad Silk, that ara aitra Tatar. You should visit our Bargain Basement for Dolls and Toys. All Dolls and Toys are of the best grade that can be bought. Almost all are of German manufacture Dolls and Toys that came into New York in October, that had been held up on the way for nearly one year. You are getting the genuine German goods at very low prices. The only thing is that there is just about half enough to go around. Some are ure to be late and disappointed. j The Daylight Store I TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN Supper, Pivsbvterisn church, to-night, dr. What brtter present than New Home seeing machine f The Fitts to. dv. Special One $.M sewing machine, for f z. 1 he iiomer All turn out to the Barre oprra bouse Dee. 11 and bear Mother Jooea, tl min ers' apffel. adv. ft flrrrl fZn rifle nnH Y nir Prices Keep Us Busy S the personnel projetied. St. Johnlmry jmay enter a hpital fr trvstmrnt f 'and Barre are enxi'ms for Vatntday : diiahled ankb Ufote Ins ntnrn. Cme. end as Littleton nd Piirlmirtoii j lnrin ". Jmiea, bo ' Un a iit .' promoter prefer mid-week game, very j or in the rity for short time. ! gone little c-ftfiflutKNi is anticipated in srrsnir- i . It"!tn tor aWt stay U tote re- x hednle v illi each Inn plaj mg . t-.irtiitig' to l is lx.nie in .TiTi-uto. smes a eek. one at liome and ! l-lashiofiel rrt sieeii tany Hk- per 10.; t.A-,11. ,A.. t. lib. IW It.. iianlit . j butter !, I"e per IU. Ak ua fori Get vour LaKeainta spira-bone corsets t Fitts. Iirgeft line of rinps, pins and jewelry citv best goods, loweet prices. Holmes' eelry Store. ilisa Krma t ooney of Kal Itarre was .eaah st om-e, only In the citv to-day on her sy to Lyme, litts to. sdv. V. It., where she '' attnd the wedding Mia Alii K. Tabor, who f.wmeily re of Mm Leola McCurn. sided in Psrre. arrived in the city yes- Mrs. W. J. Lrllaron f Wsterbury sr- j Wrday from her hrnne in t belnea for a rived in the city yesterday far a "tiitUiit of several days with relatives on at the borne of Mr. snd Mrs. Arthur G. j lrope t street. Miles of S.uth Msin Street. j George Olmstead, who lias been ps- Hurley 1. Mei ens nf hummer atreetjing several months with bia father, f. left to-dsr for HtiMiiigton, where he . t Irnte, in Morrisvilie, naa returned to the city snd ta emplojed in a local ' ' 'ng ax bed 1 two pames . one abroad. ART GOODS Select your Christmas gifts from our unusual array of Stamped Goods. Presents for baby: Bibs, Bonnets, Jackets, Pillows, Carriage Straps, Dress Hangers. Presents for women: Underwear, Aprons, Boudoir Caps, Skirt Hangers, Handkerchiefs. Presents for "Him": Shirt Cases, Collar Bags, Tie Racks, Pipe Racks, Laundry Bags All stamped to embroider. W. E. Rowe!!. 161 North Main St. Supper Mean. Special for Saturday Coffee Department 1 lb. Chase & Sanborn's highest grade English Break fast, Orange Pekoe. Oolong or Japan Tea COc 1 lb. fcighe.t grade freh roated Coffee 40c 1 lb. fre?h made Peanut Butter 20c Total value 11.20 Special Price, $1.00 Meat Department t '.-!. Chirred Dried Pef 2 1 IT. Green Mountain Brand Sliced Breakfast Bacon . . . 25c 1 lb. Green Mountain Brand Sliced Ham fc 1 tb. Crf?n Mountain Brand Sauvage lc ONE Total value . . . Kc POI ND rRES.l-M.tDE TEAMT BITTER I REE Cm.hfrrie. Jr quart Cod Bit, prr ? Yourg low!. rr tl. r.r.r.n Il3dk. fr H. . , ?fr 12 The Smith &CumingsCo. (,TO(-r' store. fad'ier's 1 Keith venue: Ut At KRa. tadtes' and mine' coats and suits; ! in youtif men's top mats, Italmae eana. el-. .iv u rail. trn fore nootia as well as sftemoona until sfter a4.d J . adv. rte tf te sreialtie on tbe eooked other tllr! it , en iir ielectW f.od talde at the t 1 im h .f tlte to4 ' l.ome i ad er,fe-1 en. The New Kne-, Vhi j.lirrd net X e lneadsr snd 1 hnra!sy. 11.e following will be served It tU(Urd lrit 'tore. lrc. 15 and I, will la fflietti f.w sale ww-b's elub in tle rn 'erian ,ur. h. Sebool , st 4.1rd seminary , in an oiiatititj. Ne sJmiS fee la !ere auj'ti V4 jeter.tar, iwhI of the t sfternoon. !. ,iul'iits l siri! in tt. n.-nir-g sl M,ea I r.e.la aal It-flnn ll.-ier of learlv to dav fT l'ir Urr- . u- rsrk afreet ere in Nortbfwld. wrSere. as ti"B of Dree wela is to I erf oed gitel of tlieir tridl.er. 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AwsflaVww. t09 www"wwnwt SnwaawMewV He aW lH tm atl atam wVai aw f sti" st. ustse. ti. 4 GOOD VALUES Three larpe 13c Grapefruit 3 for 25c Four 10c Grapefruit 1 for 25c Horida Oranges arc coming fine; jer doz., 30c to 45c Larg-e cluster Malaga GrajH5?, jr lb 15c New Dates, per lb 10c Full line of Whippet! Cream Goods. Quality Cake?, wrapped in wax paper and in box, our own make, only 1 0c unki.et Haiin I read, per loaf 10c Haked Flean and Drown IJread for Saturday. Cranl.srrrie. per quart 10c Round 5icak from le?t western leef, per lb. . . . 20c 2 lbs. Hamburf: Steak from western lecf for. . . 25c If Sau?ac"e, left we? tern tceff 2 YIk for ..... 25c Strictly fmh nearby Ecf Jer dozen The cold f tors re or extern fmh Krca per doz. ZOc Irjre I t rf frth fmoked Hnr.an Had lies. rrEfh;ried, hr meaty Oyfters. The F. D. Ladd Company j i : Cr ft. t et"7-ete l$ I