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Til 13 BARRE DAILY TIMES, UAIIKIC, , VT., THURSDAY. NOVKMHKK !, 1016.
; TALK OF THE TOWN Saturday Specials! Saturday opens a sale of exceptional importance a sale that will illustrate to the full, both in prices and in quality of merchandise, the abilities and resources of our perfected organization. 12 Mayflower Tapestry Rugs, Seamless Present value, $15.00; our AO price, $12.50; Sale Price. . . jmjO The size of this Rug is 9 x 12. 3 Wilton Velvet Rusts. Seamless Pres ent value, $22.50; our $ price, $19.75; Sale Price. 14.65 The size of this Rug is 9 x 11. The above Rugs are in different pat terns and colorings, so if there is any choice, come early. The above prices are for cash only. B. W. Hooker & Company Vermont's Largest Housefurnishers TALK OF THE TOWN Pearl Beekley, formerly of Barre' but now of South Ryegate, returned to his home yesterday after spending a day or two in the city on a business errand. D. A. Perry of the D. A. Perry Real Estate agency, left for Middlesex this morning, where he will conduct the auc tion sale to be held at the Michael Pem broke farm this afternqon. The sale will be one of the largest auction sales of the season, as there will be about 40 head of cattle driven through the ring and 60 tons of hay will be sold. GRANITEVILLE. At Girbert's hall to-night, the final episode of "Peg o' the Ring," also three other reels. adv. TALK OF THE TOWN Cash paid for old gold and silver.- F. E. Burr. Miss Laura Grange; of Short street is confined to the house on account of illness. M. R. Ryford returned to his home in Middlebury last night after visiting friends on Merchant street during the past two days. Apples I have car of hand-picked ap ples near the C. V. station. Call at the car and select your winter apples or 'phone 413-1. Carl D. Waterman. Arrangements have been made by the Indies of the I'niversalist church to hold their annual fair and festival Nov. 22, 23 and 24. Unique features of the affair will be forecasted in The Times from time to time. . Just W hat You Need A COMBINATION RANGE that will give you a full-size gas range with duplex oven baking or broiling; a coal stove burning coal, $pke or wood; a warm kitchen and hot water in winter. Come in and See It GAS COMPANY Barre, Vermont for Pish for f riday Haddock, Cod, Halibut, Mackerel, Salmon, Fresh Herring and Flounders, Package and Strip Cod, Smoked Herrings and Bloaters. FINNAN HADDIE, per lb 12c CLAMS FOR CHOWDER, per pint 18c LARGE, FANCY OYSTERS, per pint 23c POUND CANS OF PINK SALMON, each 10c CANNED RED SALMON, per can 15c to 2Sc TUNA FISH, per can 13c and 23c CANNED CLAMS, per can 10c CANNED SHRIMP 2 cans for 23c CANNED CRABS, per can 23c CANNED LOBSTER, per can 30c FAMEUSE AND TOLMAN SWEETS. Still selling DEXTER'S BREAD at the same price. Houghton & Robins Special sale of, suits at Abbott', liig discount on all trimmed hats. Mrs, A. M. Carroll, 70 North Main street. iionrgo Holme oi Waterlmrv was a business visitor in the city yesterday day. Regular meeting of Harre aerlc. 1 .573, K. (). K., Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Initiation. Miss Mae Mclver of (iranitcville vis ited friends in the city yesterday, while en route to tst. Allwns. F. (i. Williams, advance agent for the John fort Co., for their play. "Princess Pat," left town yesterday for' Plattsburg, N. Y, Cecil Dowers, who has been employed in St. Cloud, X. 1)., during the past year, lias returned to his home on Ca ble street. Henry Whitney, who has been visit ing friends on North Main street during the past week, left for his home in Brad ford last' night. Miss Florence Stone of Barton arrived in Barre lust night and will spend sev eral days with her sister, Mrs. Minnie Passera, of the east hill. General Manager II. T. Sands of Bos ton was a business visitor in the, city yesterday, calling on Nupt. C. F. Millar of the Consolidated Lighting Co. Nicholas G. Mascott, who w recovering from the effects of an operation to which he submitted several weeks ago, went to Hurlington yesterday for a visit of a few davs. Miss Khoda Chase and Miss Berniee Root, who have been visiting friends on East street during the past few days, left for their home in Woodstock lust evening. At the IVesbvterian manse on Welling ton street last evening at (i o'clock, Miss Jean G. Wright of K6 North Seminary street was married to William H. Jones of Philadelphia, Pa., the ceremony being performed by Key. Kdgar Crossland. Pride and groom were unattended. John Kogers, who has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. Cameron of Washington street during the past few davs, left for Washington last night, where he will complete the work which he has started there and go to his home in Chelsea during the latter part of the week. Regular meeting of St. Jihn's court. C. O. K. Thursday evening, Xov. 9. It is requested that all memlxTs be present, as State Organizer Henry Bernard of Newport wishes to meet the Foresters. After the regular meeting there will be a smoke talk. Per order John Papin, chief ranger. Henry E. Petrie of Glenwood avenue, who suffered a slight shock a fortnight ago, has so far recovered as to be sole to bo out of doors. This morning he left the city for The Weirs, N. H., where ffe will enjoy a vacation before turning his attention to his business interests in De pot square. The smithy formerly owned by E. X. Coffin on North Main street near Depot square, has been purchased by Mrs. Chris tine Congdon. The sale consists of all tools, fixtures and the good will of the business. John longdon will carry on the business ami Frank Minard has been employed to work in the shop. The new owners have already taken possession of tho property. Mr. Collin, who has been in the blacksmith business at this stand for several years has not vet defi nitely decided what he will do. To replace a 7V-horsepower motor which has been propelling their dust re moving device, the granite manufactur ing firm of Novelli 4 Calcagni has caused to be installed by the Consolidated Light ing to. a 10-horsepower motor, the intro duction of which is calculated greatly to improve the workings of the device. At the plant of (Vinton Pros., the necessity for additional power in the polishing mill has moved the company to bargain tor a sO-horsepower motor, which elec tricians from the Consolidated company's office are installing this week. With no game to be played this week. the hpaulding high school football team have been put through a daily workout at the dummy practice, and a short scrimmage. Coach Brown will not give the team a hard drive until the begin ning of next week. All the men on the squad are in the best of condition, none of them sulfering from injuries with the exception of Bailey, who is still nursing a lame shoulder which he received sev eral weeks ago, thus holding him from the hard scrimmages. Ihe entire team is putting a great deal more confidence in its work since the victory over Mont- pelier high school last Saturday A delegation of Barre granitecutters gathered at the late outgoing train last night to make their farewells to Henry Alexander, president of the branch, who is one of the two delegates to represent the Granite Cutters' International asso ciation at this year's convention of the American Federation of Labor. Mr. Alexander went to Boston, where ho joined Alexander Russell of Quincy, the other delegate, and Pres. James Duncan, w ho is also a vice-president of the Amer ican Federation. The three granitevut ters' representatives are members of a party of New England labor men who are leaving Boston to-day for Baltimore, Md. Mr. Alexander expects to be absent two or three weeks. Sec. Fred W. Suitor of the Quarry Workers' International union will leave for Baltimore either to morrow or Saturday. A Ford touring car, said to be regis tered under the name of T. H. Wiltore of Montpelier, with three passengers, collided with an electric light lole on North Main street opposite the Papin livery stable last night shortly alter H o'clock. The car1 was running smooth ly along the electric car track, when the front wheels seemed to hit a slippery place on the pavement and before the driver could get control of the machine it had skiddetl across the street and crashed into the pole, bending the axle, mudguards and smashing one of the lights.. Many who were in the vicinity t the time of the accident claimed that it was due. to rcckles driving. No one was hurt in the accident and the car was driven to Montpelier on its own power. Barre members of the Vermont com- manderv. Military Order of Foreign Wars of the I'nited States, are in receipt of notices advising them that the annual j Isinnuet ami business meeting will be held at the Country club near Montpelier jon the evening of Thursday, Nov. lfl. (("apt. H. T. Johnson of Bradford is secre Itarv of the committee on arrangements and those who expVi t to attend are asked 1 I ! to communicate with O. P. tiark of j Montpelier. The banquet will be served :t 7 o'clock and afterward there will be ja program of speechmaking. story telling and reminiscences. It is announced that ! Congressman F. L. Greene of the first ! district ha lon assigned to the follow ;insr topic: "Something Interesting." and I other si-akcrs and their topic are: Col j Ira I- Rceve, president ot Norwich uni- I versify, "Mobilization Conditions"; M Frank Tomrkin. "The Mexican F.aid." t A. P. AnnOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. .ABBOTT CO. ! Clean Up Sale of Ladies' Suits : This is ideal suit weather, and this sale comes just when ladies are getting ready for their Thanksgiving holiday. You will want a new suit and a few waists, and here is your opportunity to pick from a full assortment of the sea son's best values at much less than the original prices. Quality is very important to the woman whose new suit is to be worn the whole season and probably more. Not only is the wearing qualities of the fabrics im portant, but expert workmanship in tailoring. In these suits the lining and outer materials are cut and fitted sep arately, as all good custom tailors make these high-priced garments. Whatever suit you choose you will find the price for garments exceptionally low. r O Ccpyfltbi Hit The H. Hack C. STVL S7 Union-Suit the Whole Family in MUNSING-WEAR and You'll Be Comfortable This Winter Many folks seem to have the idea that Munsingwear is high priced. .The fine quality and careful workman ship in Munsingwear undoubtedly give that impression. When they find out the price of the par ticular Munsingwear style and fabric that they like best, they are usually surprised and delighted. They are delighted again when they put on their Munsingwear it fits so perfectly, feels so comfortable. Again they are surprised when the Mun singwear comes back from the wash as perfect-fitting as ever. The climax to their Munsingwear experi ence comes when they discover how long it wears. For any man, woman or child tall, thin, short or stout there's a perfect-fitting Munsingwear garment in any style, fabric or weight desired. These Munsingwear features explain why there are now 10,000,000 Munsing wear garments sold annually. Vi.-ri. lis ! i ;? Special Tailored Suit Values We are putting all our Iligh Grade Suits into this, our special Tailored Suit sale of the season. Here are three racks of the season's best Suit values. Suits made by the best tailors and designers of the country, among them being the Printz-Bieder-man and Wooltcx Garments. These are standard makes, garments that for quality and workmanship cannot be surpassed. You will hear quoted from all over this expression: "As good as the Wooltex," or "As good as the Prin cess Garments." This in itself is an acknowledgment of the Wooltex and Princess garment values. We are offering all Suits in colors that we have been selling at $lj.0fl and $10.00 in this sale at only $12.50 At SI 5.00 are what we have on hand of Colored (Suits, mostly in Serges, that sold at $1H.00 each. These are good Suit values at the orginal price. To clean up stock at only $15.00 eacn- In the better grade Colored Suits in the Reason's best values that sold at $22.50 and $23.00, go into this sale at in'y $20.00 tAch- These are Suits that have been among our best vahws of the season. Suits that for quality and work manship cannot be beaten. Your choice of what is left at only $20.00 elu'h- At $25.00 we 'iav? about thirty-odd Suits that are made of the season's best cloths and in styles that have been among the season's best. These are among the sea-son's best values that sold at from $27.50 to $32.50. Xow to clean Up t only $25.00. , ... In tho better grade are some odd Suits to clean up at exceptional prices. O..J rtjil TIM B. ltM C, All the new things in late fall and early winter millinery. Our stock is now full of every kind of new fall millinery. ' Not only a very lare assortment but prices are very low. No high cost of liv- in on these hats. You never bought a better hat for the price than these. Will sell you hat trimmings if you prefer to do your own millinery. The Daylight Store o 0 o o v C o o TALK OF T11E TOWN Special prices on suits at Abbott's. Don't forget the dance Saturday, Nov. 11, in Socialist hall, Granite street, Ged- des' orchentra. adv. Mrs. J. If. Judkins and Mrs. S. Fran cis Howard ot jsortnheid were in tne city on business yesterday. Xon dimenticate che Sabato X-v. 11, c una Feta Da Ballo nel Socialist block. Granite street, con U Geddes' orchestra. adv. H. E. Euston, who haa been spending the week in Montpelier and this city on business, left last night for his home in Boston. Miss Annie Smith, who has been em ployed in Barre during the summer months, left last night for her home in Woodsville, X. II. A. L. Patterson arrived in Barre last night and will commence work in one of the local stonesheds this week. Mr. Patterson has been employed in Buffa lo, X. Y. for several years. Henry Bernard of Newport, state 0c- ganizer for the Catholic Order of Fores ters, is staying at Hotel Barre while visiting several courts in Washington county. Last evening he called on mem bers of the court in Graniteville and this evening he will be present at the rr .:lar meeting of St. John's court, which will be followed by a smoke talk. TALK OF THE TOWN Christmas handkerchiefs at Abbott's. Old-fashioned Bennington underwear at A blxitt's. Guy Scott of Wflterbury was among the business visitors in the city jester flay. Plainfield visitors in the city yester day were C. .1. Colby and Mr. and Mrs. E.'j. Bartlett. Among the Brookfield visitors in the city yesterday were John Beard, Charles Beard and John Cloe. Andrew Miles, who has been employed on state road work near Marshfield, has gone to Middlesex for a stay of indefinite length. M. E. IIoixl, who has been visiting friends on Maple avenue during the past week, left last night for his home in Dorset. Wanted Ten second-hand stoves in exchange for new Andes ranges and heat ers, E. A. rrindle, Depot square, 200 North Main street. Dr. J. D. Bachnnd, who has been stay ing at Hotel Barre while passing a few davs in the city on business connected with the Franco-American league, re turned this morning to his home in St. Johnsbnry. C. Rodier and E. Dersy, who motored here from Quelx-o, left this morning for their home in Montreal, aft er having been registered at Hotel Barre for a few days. m Finnan Haddie Season They are best now. We make them fresh every day, also Kippered Herring1. SHORE HADDOCK, COD, CUSK, BULLPOUT, FLOUNDERS, MACKEREL, FRESH HERRINGS, HALIBUT, LAKE PIKE, SALMON, LAKE TROUT. We are offering some real bargains on our Bargain Counter. Free Demonstration This Week on INSTANT POSTUM Large size can at demonstration, net price 4Sc can ; small can 29c. Post Toasties 3 packages for 23c Grape Nuts . . . .' 2 boxes for 25c Receipt book free. Fancy Cream Cheese, per lb 25c Five-Year-Old Cheese, per lb 30c I I i 1 1 s i i I TALK OF THE TOWN See Abbott's line of separate 6kirts. D. A. Darling arrived in Barre last night and will visit friends on Keith avenue during the next week hefore re turning to his home in Burlington. A. D. Keed and W. F. Medcalf of East Brookfield were among the business vis itors in the city yesterday. While here they closed a deal with the Vermont Trucking & Sales Co., whereby the com pany will haul a specified amount of gravel from the Gardner Poore pit in East Brookfield to the bridge which was just completed in the Williamstown gulf. The company sent a truck to East Brookfield this morning. It will take about 10 or 15 days to complete the job. TALK OF THE TOWN Xew broadcloth collars at Abbott's, First and second degrees were con ferred on a clas of candidates at the regular meeting of Cobble Hill grange last evening. Afterward there was a brief literary program, which included an opening song by the grange, a reading by Mrs. Belle I?aker and a rollcall, each member responding with a child anec dote. Singing by tho gTange marked the finish of the program. ,On the evening of Tuesday, Xov. 21, the third and fourth degrees will be conferred on the candi dates. Preparations are in progress for the annual grange fair, which is ta be held on- the evenings of Thursday and Friday, Xov. 16 and 17. Good Fish Values Here's a Variety of Fish Foods That Will Please Every Lady Fresh Halibut, per lb 20c to 30c Fresh Salmon, per lb 25c Steak Cod, per lb. .....10c to 15c Fancy Haddock, per lb. 10c to 15c Fresh Light-Smoked Haddies, per lb. 15c Dressed Perch, per lb 20c Dressed Bullpouts, per lb 20c Lake Trout, steaked, per lb 22c Fresh Mackerel, big ones, each 25c Flounders, per lb 10c Fresh-Caught Herrings, big ones 7c, 4 for 25c Fresh-Steamed Shrimp, cooked here, per pint . . . 25c Fresh Scallops, per pint 30c Fresh Clams, per pint, 18c; Fresh Oysters, pint . . 25c Shell Clams, peck, 50c; Shell Oysters, dozen 25c Live and Boiled Lobsters. Big sale Saturday. Watch window Friday night. WINTER APPLES We have one of the nicest lot of Apples bought we ever had. You know the kind we handle. We expect them in about ten days. Spies, Baldwins, and Green ings. Three hundred barrels in this lot. j li j The Smith & Cumings Co. j ( The F. D. Ladd Company M 4 V V t- t 1 4 O o o o o o 4