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THE HAIUIK DAILY TIMES, HAlUUv. VT.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 28,' 1913.
TALK OF THE TOWN CARD INDEX CABINETS Card Index your business. You'll - bo surprised how 6implo and convenient those troublesome records become when Card Indexed. The Macey Card Index System arranges, records, classifies and indexes all kinds of information in a manner much less laborious and more satisfactory than with books. Macey Card Index Cabinets will accom modate records for any pur pose for any business large or small. We also have a complete stock of Macey Cabinet Supplies V e r t i c a 1 File Cuides and Folders, Card Index Record Cards and Guides, Tran"- '"ases, Etc. Metal Filing Appliances are supplied for The United States Government Agents for Barre B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers AMUSEMENT NOTES Fine Company in "Deep Purple." At the opera house last night the well known Xellie Gill 1'layer presented "The Deep Purple" in a manner that sUmps every member of the company as an ar tist. The applause was spontaneous and enthusiastic and well deserved. The play deals with a little-known-nbout form of crime, the badger game, and the police investigations, which this play wag the means of instigating, resulted in the most widespread reform wave the world has ever experienced the exposure and sup pression of the white slave traffic. This play will be presented again to-night. To-morrow night the same players will present Eugene Walters' famous "Paid in Full.,r The part of Emma Brooks in this great drama is one of the best things Miss Gill has ever done, and Barre play goers who saw her in a tabloid version of the play a year ago will welcome this opportunity of seeing her in the complete play. "Baby Mine" will be presented Friday and Saturday nights, with a special New Year's matinee of "Thou Shalt Not." adv. The Pavilion Theatre. Harrison-Du Frayne Player opened a week's engagement at the Pa vilion Theatre last night with "The Cho rus Girl." The theatre was tilled for the evening performance and the large audi ences were complimentary in their crit icism of the production. It may truth fully be said that the company is one of the strongest that has ever taken the road, and that is saying a great deal. The vaudeville specialties are also far superior to those of other companies and elicited words of commendation from- the audiences. Miss Gladys Moffatt, the leading lady, had the part of Anna. She was easy and graceful in movement, distinct in articu lation and clever in facial expression, ex pressing her feelings distinctly by ges ture and change of countenance. 8he was exceptionally good In her scenes with George Fane, the captain lover, who won her hand, and her parting from him when she realized that parting had to be, In the apartment of Hawkins, left the in tended impression of a mind-tortured woman, although the scene was without spoken words. To carry through such a scene is a test for any actress. The rest of the members of the company we're very good in their parts. To-night the company will be Been in "The Boss." edv. Mi Hortense Knight of Hill street left to day fur a shuit vihit with friends in Itohtnn. It. . (.Hitler A. Son are unloading carload of ItMd Overturn! at the Central Vermont depot to-day,' Miss Annie Wat kins of Concord, X. II., is the guest for few days of her aunt, Mrs. Mary Watkuis of Summer street, William Gray of Montreal is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, YUlliain u, (.ray of Noutn Mam street John Scott, who has been spending the holulnys with friends on hmith place, re turned to lus home in Ytaterbury last night. Perry Olliver, who wss employed In the People s Shoe store during the holiday rush, has returned to his home In Wil- liamstown, New Year's dance at Ilolden hall. Mid dlcsex, Friday evening, lec. 31. Good music Itefreshments, Full bill, 75c. Everybody Invited. adv. There are hundreds of ways in which our Christmas Club accounts may be. used. rry it yourself this year; join to-day, Barre Savings Bank & Trust Co. Alwrt A. Marr, who has been spending the holidays at his home in this city, re turned to-day to St. Albans, Me., where he has a store with hdward Jackson. Aden Downing returned yesterday to his home in Hard wick, after liAving been summoned to Barre to attend the fu neral of his brother, Almon C- Downing. liemcmber that the balance of stock and fixtures of the Paris Shirtwaist House are to be closed out Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, Currier block. Don't miss the opportunity. D. A. Perry, auc tioneer. Friday afternoon, Dec. 81, at 1 o'clock, ;the new Berlin schoolhouse on the Barre Montpelier road will be dedicated. There will be addresses and other exercises and it is hoped that there will be a large at tendance. Manager C, F. Millar of the Consolidat ed Lighting company returned to the city last overling, after passing a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Millar in Boston, and in New York City on business. James T. Kenelick of Washington street went yeaterday-to St. Johnsbury, where he will remain for a few days, On his return he will be accompanied by Mrs. Keneflck, who has been making a stav of several days with her brother, John Scott. Frank Zamperini. who was arrested on Granite street by Officer David Henderson just before midnight, came into city court this morning, but refused for a time to make any plea when charged with, an intoxication offense. Finally acknowledging the offense, he decided to accept an alternative jail sentence or 10 days instead of paving the minimum A. P. ABROTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Our January Clearance Sale ! . i Closes January 15. Only 16 Days of this Sale I "CpVERYTHING in our store (with three exceptions) at a special price during this short sale. Not much time to waste, if you. intend making more than one trip to this sale. Prices on kinds that we want to close out are the lowest that we have ever made this applies particularly to our garment department. Please look back to Monday's page advertise ment for a better list of things in this sale. The following is a part of that advertisement: Wash Goods Wash Goods, like our Linen Sale, ladies plan their saving here each year. All of our Dark and Light Prints, very best grades. These are made by the American Print Works and are best colors. Our (Ic Prints lots of large stores sell them at 7o your choice from Go per yard. One lot of loo and"12ac Ginghams. These are all of them fast colors and made by the Amoskeag Manufactur ing Co. This one odd lot in Clear ance Sale at 7c per yard. One lot of Fancy Cotton Crepe, a 12Vic cloth, to close at 73c per yard. One lot of very desirable 18c Tlissie in small figures, now to close at 12'3c per yard. I One lot of Imported Scotch Ging ham in light and medium Plaids. These are the best 25c Ginghams, This Clearance Sale to close at less than cost, loc per yard. One lot of Celtic Velours in Colored Stripes for pajamas and night robes. loc cloths, to close at 10c per yard, One lot of l.)C White Dimity in Stripes and Checks. New, fresh goods to close at 10c per yard. 25c Striped White Rice Cloth to close at 15c per yard. Short lengths of'Serpentine Crepe, 18c grade, to close at 12y2o per yard One lot of Moleskins. These are the best 16c cloth on the market This lot we will cut at isvio per yard. fiifa and emta. A party of people who would a-sleigh- T Table Damask ing go encountered drifts of a proportion so great that a projected trip to Plain field Sunday night was abandoned a tew miles outside the city limits. the high wind had made the roads practically impassable, although a second sleighing party, having chosen a different road to Plamneld, were abl to reach their des tination only after four hours of rough going, Among the visitors registered at Hotel Barre are: James W. Hall of Boston, a former resident of Barre, who is spend ing a few davs in the city on business; George P. Coffin of Freeport,' Me., and O. . Weed of hast Lee, Mass., who are here to judge the exhibits at the state : t x I x Clearauce sale at 'Abbott's. Another Carload of I Pillsbury's XXXX Flour ! has arrived, and we are unloading it from the car to-day. Get our prices if you are low on Flour. They are going to be higher. This is the fourth carload that we have had within a short time. Low prices and quick sales keep us busy. See those regular 60c size jars of Fancy Queen Olives in our window that we are selling for only 25c. You'll want a half-dozen jars. Don't get left. Buy early. Chicken Halibut, 15c It. whole; weigh from 6 to 11 lt)C. each. 18c per lb. sliced. A $2.00 Economy Bread Mixer for 98c with a bag of our best Tillsbury's XXXX Hour. We have made arrangements with the manufacturers of the Economy Bread Mixer which enable us to sell you one of their perfect bread-mixing machines, which always retails at not less than $2.00, for only PSc. providing you purchase of us a bag of Tillsbury's XXXX Flour now. poultry show; T. J. Prcdo and R. J. Ad- J sit oi lsurnngton, wiinain .J, mompson of Boston, John Bcrnel of Sew York City, C. M. Laurie of W llliamstown. Everett Swasey, a former resident of Barre, who was graduated from the Uni versity of Vermont in Burlington last June, was a, visitor in the city yester day. Mr. Swasey has been passing a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles I). 8wasey, in Waterbury, and returns this evening to Belle Isle, near Montreal, P. Q., where he is cm ployed as a chemist in a powder plant. Mr. Swasey is one ef hundreds of young American chemists who have found em ployment in Canadian munitions plants since the European war urged upon Great Britain the necessity for develop ing the munitions industry in Canada. Thi3 Damask Sale is one at which careful buying house wives buy their year's supply of Table Linen. You all know what the war has done to the growing of Flax. You have some idea as to how much all kinds of Linen has advanced. In the face of all this, we are here giving you one of the best Linen Sales for years. Could not do this on new pur chases. All of these goods were in our stock when prices were lower than they are to day. One lot of 60c Mereeriied Damask in basement at 30c per yard. One lot of All Pure Linen 64-inch Bleached Damask. Our )Sc Damask, this sale 49c. One lot of 60-inch All Pure Linen 8eoteh Damask our 87c value this sale at 72c per yard (nearly as good as $1.00 Damask). All of our 72-inch $1.00 Damask now in this sale at 87c per yard. Napkins to match at sale prices. Here is the best Damask trade that we have ever put onto our counters 72 inches wide, Irish manufacture, very heavy; comes in different pat terns with Napkins to match a part of the patterns. Market value of this Damask to day is $1.S0. We have been making a special of it at $1.25. Now in this sale at per yard. This is the greatest 08c Damask value in Vermont to-day. Every piece of Damask and every Table Cloth in our stock to-day at a liberal discount. Napkins Houghton & Robins Mcintosh's Pure Applt Jelly loc, 15c, 5C Pint Jars of Honey je Pint battle Van Camp's Catsup . .17c Green Mountain Catsup 3 for sjc 19-01. jar Mustard 10c 3 bottles Worcestershire Sauce for 15c s cans Shrimps for 15c Early Juns Sifted Peas 3 for tsc Per doren 95c 3 cans of Corn for 15c filus Label Sweet Garden Peas... 15c Canned Spinach or Dandelions 18c MEAT DEPARTMENT Horn c-Cnred Ham, per lb soc Homs-Cnred Bsccn, per lb soc Pork Sausage, per fb 13c Beef Sausage, s Tbs. for 15c Butt Steak, per fb soc FRESH AJTD SALT FISH Phcot S3I Any dozen of Napkins in our stock at pale prices. The following at advertised prices: One lot of verv heavy All Ture Linen Napkins. These in this sale at (1.19 per dozen (would not be over priced at (1.60). One lot of Pure Linen very heavy Napkins. Our leader at $2.00, and this is old price. Now in this sale at 11.119 per doren. One lot of (3.00 22-inch Irish Heavy Napkins. Market value quit per cent. more. This lot, while they last, at $2.49 per down. All Hemstitched Napkins in this sale. Crashes Just a few pieces of Royal Russia Crash. This Crash is strictly all Linen, good weight, comes in riaii.-Wh.ite with a colored border. This is an English Crash; ?ells in a regu lar way for from 12c to 1 ic per j'ard. As a leader in this sale at 10c per yard. You can buy from our Crah stock any of your favorite Crashes, such as Stevens Pure Linen, and get your price re ductions. You can buy from our stock any width or quality of Fancy Huckabuck and be handed back a part of the regular price. Ladies' Separate Furs Here are some Furs in Muffs and Scarfs - qualities that are the sea son's best, that we are to close at less than the raw Fur would cost t o -day. At 81.fi!) are a few Black and Brown French Coney Muffs in the qualities that sold at $2.00. At $2.19 are what we have left in Muffs in the Brown Coneys that sold at $3.00. At $2.98 are a few Black Muffs in qualities that sold at $3.98. In the better erado Furs, nuoh as Opossum, Baccoon, Brook Mink, Mole, Muilloon, Marten, Fox, Mink and Civic Cat, we are closing in this sale at about one-third off from the regu lar prices. In the Separate Scarfs, we have some extra values in a variety of the most popular Furs of the season. These we are closing at from one-half to one-third off from the reg ular price to clean up stock in the next two weeks. Ladies' Tailored Suits Here are some Suit values that will surely appeal to those who want a good Suit to finish out the season, or for the early spring wear. At $0.98 are a few Suits in Blue, Brown and Black that are made from a good all-wool Serge. There are also a few Poplins. These are our regular $12.50 and $15.00 Suits. At $9.98 are a lot of Suits that have been our best numbers through the sea- son. The styles are the best; are made up in Poplins, Serges and Gab ardines. Are odd Suits hardly two of a kind. Are Suits that sold at from $18.00 to $22.50; to close at $9.98. At $12.50 are a few odd Suits in a variety of the season's best cloths. The styles are the best. We are making these prices to clean-up stock before invoicing. These are Suits that sold at $25.00 to $32.00. Silk Dresses We are putting what we have left in Silk Dresses into this sale at one:third off from the regular prices. These are our season's best values, that are left from our largo sale; are Dresses that were the season's best values, that sold at from $10.00 to $18.00. We also have a few odd Wool Dresses which we are closing out in this sale at spe cial prices. Ladies' Rain Coats We are putting into this Clean-Up Sale what we have left in Ladies' Rain Coats at prices that will appeal to any who want such a garment. This sale includes what we have left in Coats of all grades. There is only one or two Coats of a kind, but all sizes in some kind. These go into this sale at one-half price to clean up the stock. We also have afew Rain Hats that go into the sale at one-half price. Ladies' Separate Coats We have gone through our Coat stock and picked out all odd Coats in cloths and styles that we cannot duplicate, and put them on two racks, to close at one-half price. These are our season's best values in Warm Coats in all slwa Coats that sold at from $10.00 to $25.00, now to close at one-half price. We also have a lot of Sample Coats that are in medium and large sizes, that we were able to pick up at a price. The qualities were from $18.00 to (22.50. In this sale at (15.00. We also have nm Black Coats and Mixture Coats tbst we are putting special prices on to close within the net few dsys. S The Smith &Cumings Co. j f GOOD VALUES Fancy Western Epjrs, per dozen 30c Strictly f refh nearby hennery Epp.s per dozen . . 45c n-- r.f larjre 3rt-40 count Prunes for 4 1K cf medium 70-80 count Prunes for .... C Vos. cf Fancy Pop Corn for Fmh Fruit Jr m, Curtice Bros., all flavors . . . Mrs. Mclr.tr h. Honie-MaJe Je'Jy 10c and 1,V B'ui! n Cu!f in bulk 3 for 5c Ladf Special Offee, .Vc value, for 30c 25c 25c 25c 17c A cr'd drinl.;r 0fToc r I? 19c Have y j ts a rral Tile Fi-h? We have them l th f r baiirr r U fry. nr.r.an Hal-lfe . everv rrr-rr.ir.r. i j t .it -i. i Christmas Is Over but we ftill have a good stock of Fruit and Candy to supply your vants IX. GRAPEFRUIT rolB iMI TBE1E tW Oranges. Florida Sweets ik rr ittM i p to rti n7i California Nave) Sweets tt rt i7r -r To t n fjrr Hlankets and Quilts One lot f 10 4 r.rar Mankcts In this sale at only 4- t pair. One lt of 7nr inch Crr Blsi k rts. fFd hrT nntht. Tlw are U-l a)u. nr-ir at Il.i3t i-r jsrd. W l"t ft 'Ty lusty trs re 74i5 itwh White I'.lr,k-. Tl.i t tZ2 rr T-ir. rr is snMl-r trale i nr itrr l'.;af:k1s:a ne M f '! t. WmA I.!ank. nirl't iuc to day TWe in this sale at H M fw-r pir. One M ft f!l d Whit Tied Cmi'tn. T..e r 92 .' Vuilts, at (lift h. ?ie ht f Sstin VuJt, full sire. Tli-"e ar t2.7i alu-. This W t 92.19 k. All niar.Kct. Quilt and Com fort jtk' in our tore during this &)e at a liberal j discount. j Ladies White and IJIack Waists We are putting on one table lot r.f Waict in lain White and Blak st ?! arh. At Tc are also few odd WaiMs in Whit. Thw are cir ff(nilar (1.00 snd 11.2 Waits and are food tslues. At tie fcslf price are a few odd ilk Waifts in Vint and roWs. In the Rasement We are putting in the Basement a few odd Coats; are a pod, wsrm, serviceable parmerd, at only (LPS and (2.f each. Are Coats that eold at from f 10.0 to $r..00. At (1P( are few odd Costs in Children 't sir; are lst year's Costs that sold st (fi.75 to (l".O0. Memorandums No goods taken out on memorandum at sale price. Memorandums made at regular prices. If paid for before ciVc of alc, Saturday, January 15, sale price ill be allowed. CLEAN DATES Tuaii rw -m r u tS R l rt'K lit r T' '-'1 ?t . . to, t v . fm ,! m !. pm . ff-ttlsL Wit . at. t w f ... In our rare advcrti.-emc-r.t f Mondar were the ad !.tior.l vidj w t named in th lxve dvert;emer.t: IadirV Fur Coats of 31 kind: UA Silk IYtticoti; Iliin Cctlor..; OAivg ITunntl. mt v&!; Tow t 1a, Cuet Tewel (Kphtly soiled t hfclf trie; WV4 I)re GW at prk- larr than ar.r will have them ajrain urtil after the war; Suka at trices that would 1-e expected in f .rl.n&rj" 'r Mav'in t'r. J r ear, all ?tjlt , aJl triple. tt'cwttr OtmK the lci C r-t trade in j f ar. a II 0 Comt at ben S.'.ks w-tre d mn in irice. Select m for ffrir.fr and fve ax !a-t rr cent. - T at rei JeJ j.r,-e. i f i oil J la ai tsrjra;n inces in or iemeriU uoyaj tSm m 1 m. I ) t to to - j f mm m ' wwa i j The Daylight Store rf t itih rrr United Fruit Store TALK OI" TIIK TOWN 5 TALK OF THE TOWN ! TALK OF THE TOWN j TALK OF THE TOWN ft IV - " t A'J-.".. 4 . trr t t t-. t t - 1' f'n i ft - f t : x x x t t x x x X X X X X X x x : : : : : : x : : The F. D. Ladd Company r. 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