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TiiK BAKitE JJAiLl TJAIKh, BAltHE, VI., SATURDAY", JAN U Alt 1' 20, 1021.
f I'heH Incorporated rie Store U'iere Quality Counts' Hosiery of Quality "Phoenix" and "Wayne Knit at Lowered Prices This announcement means a great deal to the hosiery buyer. It means that every kind of hosiery, silk, lisle and cotton all are re-priced. It means that you can buy excellent hosiery for women, misses, boys and girls at prices that represent the utmost in value. Women's Silk Hosiery Pure thread silk, in black nnl ronlovan, lLsle tops, hiph spliced lipijr Former prices were $ I. ", $2.00 and $2.50. New Lowered Prices $1.25, $1.50 and $1.89 Women's Cotton Hosiery Hemmed and ribbed tops in regular and outsizes, fast black, double soles, reinforced heels and toes. Former prices were 51)c, (i9c and 8."c. New Lowered Prices 44c, 52c and 64c Women's Lilse Hosiery Fine mercerized yarns, fast black, full fashioned, double, f soles and high' spliced heels. Former prices were 7!)c, $1.00 and $1.2j. New Lowered Trices 59c, 75c and 94c Children's Cotton Hosiery Vine and heavy ribbed, in black and cordovan, for boys and pirls. Double feet, rein forced knees. Former priees were Sflc, 7oc and 89c. 1 New Lowered Prices 44c, 56c and 67c CLAYTON'S CASH MARKET I In the Rear of The Eastman Store, 184 North Main Street. We have a full line of western beef, native beef, native pig pork, veal, lamb, mutton, native chickens, boiled ham, frankfurts, smoked ham and bacon and pure home rendered lard. Bring in your pails and we will fill them for you. Eleven pounds of salt pork for two dollars. New milk 10c per quart at our market. When you trade at this market you are not paying any one's else bills, but your own. We sell for cash only and that means low prices. Bargains in cut pieces Saturday night. K. MACRAE No. to Miles Bldg, Phone 364-R Over Red Cross Pharmacy. Saturday A Final Clean-Up Sale of All Iteady-to-Wear , Garments SILK DRESSES, clean-up prices ...$14.73, $18.73, $22.73 SUITS, few stylish models at Half Price COATS, good models, at Less Than Cost OUTING GOWNS, values to $3.50, Saturday $2.39 All WAISTS at Big Reductions for Saturday. JEST DP ONE FLIGHT Tbe amaU txptniti mean a bit mvibj U yt TUKRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1921. The Weather. Inereiisiii' eloudiness and warmer to night; probiibly followed by rain or snow in the early morning nml 011 Sun day; fresh east and southeast winds'. TALK OF THE TOWN MONTPELIER TALK OF THE TOWN Good piiinoa at reasonable priees nt J Bailey's Music Kooms. udv. j .Arthur Barlou of Waterbury spent .Friday in the citv on business. Five dollars to-dny buyp a Star vi brator at Drown's drug store. adv. Mr. Uernieo Ladeau has finished work at the Mowison farm and gone to her homo in l'lainfield. "Feather Your Nest" and many other new popular aongs on sale to-day at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. Bert Mereer, who lias been visiting in Carthage, N. Y., for the past two months, lias returned to the city. Alex. Smith, who visited friends in the city Thursday, returned to his home in South Hyegate yesterday. A regular meeting of the directors of the Woman's club will be held in A Id rich hall Monday evening at 7:.'!0. Dance, Ibnvhind hall, Saturday night. Jan. 2IK Admission, $1 per cou ple. Ladies free. Oriental Six. adv. Xotiee: The members of the lump ers, boxers and derriekmen's union, Xo. "0. are requested to call for their due cards 'at the home of the financial secretary. 55 Maple avenue. S. K. Perry. The funeral of John Mellugo will be held from St. Monica's church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. A requiem high mass ill be celebrated at the church .Monday morning at 9 0 clock Buy ,a Simora phonograph at Bai ley's. adv. Dance, JIYnvlund hall, Saturday night, Jan. 20. Admission, $1 per cou ple. Ladies free. Oriental Six. adv. "Maigie and I'alcsteemi," popular sheet music and 011 Victor records, on sale to-day at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. . t Airs. Henry Holt of Trow hill has returned trom Mi11amstovn, wiiere j sue was caiieu oy me ucaiu 01 ncr father, (.'. L. Hayward. Mrs. Frank Shea and son returned to their home on Franklin street this morning, having visited in Boston and vicinity for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Hughes, Kilwaid Lander and Miss Winnifred Hamel are The dance given Friday evening in the armory by the workmen employed in railroad mechanics, with Carroll's 'orchestra for music, was attended by a good -sized crowd, there were tickets for some 00 couples sold but many of these did not appear. The Xolde firands' association gave a dance in the Odd Fell ws hall Fri day evening. Frank Leslie won the lii"li pr'z with a score of 4'.) points. Bridge whist was enjoyed. Refresh ments were served. The will of Willie P. Durkee, late of Barre City, was presented for pro bate this morning. The Moiitpelier (Savings Bank and Trust company has I been appointed trustee of a fnnd cre ated from the estate of r.astman T. HoTiL-itw. lute of C'tilutt to siicnd the week end at Miss Haiml's . .. Ihomeiu PlninHeM. Mrs. Hmhcs l,ri,, . 1 "f "'" -Mar-iiiieM appeared a two weeks vacation from her duties MJNION MY (GOODS CO.--I SERVICE SATISFACTION l&ecly-te-Wear Apparel At Quick Clearance Prices ss as a clerk in the Adams Co. store to-night. A shower was tendered Miss Grace Wood of Kirk street Thursday evening at her heme by several of her young lady friends of the city. Miss Wood was the recipient of several gifts of linen and silver. During the evening's entertainment of music and games, Miss Glee Wood contributed a contral to solo, A light luncheon was served. Miss Wood is to be married in the near future to Henry Drake of Moiitpelier. FAVORS EXEMPTION FOR NEW HOUSES Lawson Purdy Says Exemption Would Encourage Builders Would Have It Extend for 15 Years. All i members of Barre council, Xo. 401, Knights of Columbus, are request ed to meet at their rooms to-night at 7 o'clock for the purpose of calling at the home of our late brother, John Mc Ilugo. Prof. Loir's K. nthaway of the de partment of inu-iic, Middlehury college, will give an illustrated talk on "The Educational Vtilim of th Phonograph" Tuesday afternoon at 2:30, Howland hall. Owners of machines or those contemplating buying are urged by the Woman's club to hpar him. The following Barre people attended a Burns birthday celebration at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Brem mer of Van Cortlandtville, N'. Y., on Tuesday evening Alex Simpson. James Parker. Robert Davidson. Robert Thompson. John Laird, Gordon Smith, Alex Findley, Alex Cooper, sr., Alex Coooer, jr., anil James Massif and mot of these had a part on the pro gram, singing old Scotch songs. For the benefit of the Ladies' aid of the Barre City hospital, Mrs. W. A. Drew, wife of the secretary of the Barre Board of Trade, gave a card parly in the Knights of Pythias hall Thursday evening. Games of 500 were played at 3.5 tables, and the attend ance in all netted $30 for the hos pital. Mrs. George Kent and Mrs. H. J. Smith were tied for first place and the first ladies' prize, a silver fork. Three gentlemen were also tied for the irentlempn's prize, John B. Kellv, I. Ward Carver and George Mi Farland. Mr. Kelly and Mrs. Kent were fortu nate in the card cutting and were awarded the prizes. The booby prize for women was won by Mrs. Xoble Love and that of the men by Arthur A erill. One of the largest fires in Xew Eng land oriufnated in Xew Haven, Conn., not lone ago from pipe torch, and the loss suffered from this bit of careless ness ramed well above $1,000,000. Think of it! One hundred thousand dollars worth of property entirely ruined through a moment or two of sheer indifference and neglect. Fire Chief Heney wishes to impress upon the public that torch thawing is dan gerous and has time and time again caused disastrous fires. Roiling wat-r will give the ifin:e results as a torch minus the fire hnz.ird. Anil sim-e the -lo;rnn of the department is "Fire Pre vention" it is water and not t'rche. that be recommend for this wnter t:-k. Another puggestion that might !uc great loc is that of proper rare of fires and furnace before retiring. Washington, D. C, Jan. 20 Tax ex emption for all new dwellings for at lrat 15 years, as a means of stimulat ing building, was Advocated by Lawson Purdy, former president of the Xew ioik v iiy uiuirii oi taxes aim exemp tions, in an address yesterday, before the housing conference called by the Chamber of Commerce of the United States." Such an exemption would be a substantial inducement to builders, he said. He advocated that it should apply to all homes built in the next three years. Remission of taxes on new construc tion could not be considered a discrimi nation agninst owners of ei-tirig prop erty, he declared, in view of the fact that construction costs were now 100 per cent above normal. Philip H. Gadsden, president of the American r.Iectrie Railway association, said that the lack of capital required by public utility companies to equip new homes presented one of the most serious problems in connection with the housing situation, lie estimated that the utilities would require JfKi.V 000.000 to properly equip the 1.250,000 dwellings needed and said this could be secured only through establisbni' lit ; i . . -.11 .. oi muiiy rates mat wouiu attract in-it vestment capital. ! H F.xpansion of private building asso-1 flatten operations was advocated by! Iv. . Haymaker, former financial ;id viser to the United States housing cor-': poraiion. lie urged trade and business association to aid in diverting np;tal into building assiiciations, and also ad vocated establishment of federal home loan banks, in city court vtstirduv afternoon. pleading guilty to the charge of rape and the matter was left with the court until after the probation depart ment could look into the matter. Louis Laundry and Michael Moran also ap peared in the city court during the day, pleading guilty to intoxication, after which they were fined $15 and costs and sentenced to the county jail for 30 days. They left the jail one aft ernoon earlier in the week and got drunk while out- of jail. They made considerable trouble when they re turned to the jail, with the result that the otlicers had to handle them a lit tle rough and one of them showed the effects of the treatment. Timothy Maloney has also been 'arrested for intoxication. The fire department was called out at 9 o'clock Jast evening for a fire in the Misko Seal Beverage building on Berlin street for a fire in the cellar. The reason for the fire was not settled this morning. It started some distance from the boiler. The cellar nozzle was attached to the line of hose and a 25 Georgette Crepe Waists, mostly light colors, values up to $6.50, this week at .$2.85 Lot of Bungalow Aprons, values up to $1.75, to close at 98c Children's Coats, 2 to 6 years, navy and brown, values up to $6.98, all .at $3.98 Children's Coats, 6 to 14 years, all at One-Third Off 25 Women's and Misses' Coats, sold up to $30.00, your chioce at ... .$15.00 Odd Dresses in Silks and Serge, to close at $6.98, $8.75 and $10.75 ' Tremendous savings on all better Coats and Dresses for clearance before February 1st. All Suits at One-Half Price. THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY volume of water turned into the eel- f Manche. lar, putting out the fire be ore dam- ... . . t f , wwk age was done to the woodwork. Debris in the cellar burned. A. Bereanti has moved his store to Mate street, where he lias opened it their co-operatio0 plans ready to do similar work. They have also been making their plans for a blister rust campaign next year and getting and later an ice cream parlor will be opera ted. I he monthly meeting of the D. A. R. will take place nt 2:15 o'clock Sat urday afternoon, Feb 5. at the home of Mrs. C. H. Heaton on State street. Miss Ruth Jeffrey went to Xorthfield to-day for the week end. W. If. Jef frey, her father, was in St. Albans to-day on probation matters While in the city yesterday, Judge Stanley C. Wilson' and the assistant jucljres closed up some matters that had been pending, including an order of the case of John L Spalding vs. the Mutual Life Insurance company of Xew York. Ineriault and John Gor don filed a replication to which Theri ault and Hunt objected and the repli cation was ndiudi'cd insufficient and F. K. Foster and S. B. Hidden, dis-! was dismissed. Kvcrptions were noted land it is likely mat trie case win oe 'carried to the higher court. There ! was also a hearing on the matter of alimony in the ca-e of Carrie vs. Ed ward Anderson and in the case of Kd ward vs. Carrie Anderson, but when the bearing was completed, it appeared that the attorneys might be able to t riot foresters, who have been working in the nllice for a few weeks, cleaning up their map work, have completed that. Mr. Foster will take a month's leave of ab-enee. Mr. Hidden goes back to Knosburg to look after bis district work. P. H. Teachout of St. Johnsbury, C. D. Cutting of Brattle- arrange matters without the order, so it was left uncompleted yesterday aft ernoon. Hearing in foreclosure matters also took place. Daniel O'Brien, who is a member of the present House of Representatives, went home last evening, havinir bought. while he has been here, a large number of hops at a price higher than is be ing paid by others in Montpelier and sold while the retail produce ia sold at a lower figure than the retail price in Montpelier Dewey Han ley of Burlington was in the city yesterday. S. B. Bates, commissioner of high ways, has received notice from H. M. Smith of Albany, X". Y., that the fed eral government has approved his plan for the construction of a federal aid road between North Clarendon and Rutland on the Boston road. It will be known as project 22. He has also received notice that the abutments for the iron hridrre L-nnu-n ab t.fiA ftnnth ItrirTrrn in I?rili.i.i,-.i nt- ara nnnalrtinlail and he also received notice this morn ing, that the contract for the bridge to span the stream has been approved by the federal government. Mr. Bate j also received a copy of the bill in Con-! gress which will probably pass and which indicates that the Republicans in Congress do not expect to allow tho plan to tie up the coming regime with a five-year plan of $100,000,000 a year to prevail The substitution bill pro- , vides for a one-year plan of the same! sum above and two years to complete ' the contracts, namely in lt2t instead of 1023. This would five Vermont ,;00,0i!0 for ti year to be met by a like sum trom the state. WATERBURY DEFEATED oys' CIoi The Widow Jones Clothing for Iioys will appeal to you. Suits, Overcoats, Mackinaws and Trousers. The prices are moderate. Ix't us show you. Frank McWhorter Co. The Goddard ice rink is now ready fur use. Advantage has been taken of the odd weather in forming water tight embankments and creatine a thick coat of iee over the tennis courts. Coach Joseph Leahey is planuina on calling for candidates for a hockey team immediately, nnd if he can find evcn men who show an aotitule for the sport, it is more than likely that Goddard will be soon represented on the ice. In year past the seminary has supported a hockey team of no mean ability, which has proved a match for other teams in the city nd state and ninre tlmn match for most of them. The spirit with which the male tud't take hold of this .port. and the interest shown in it bv the remainder of the student body will count a lot toward whether Goddsrd shall have a team this winter or not Thi afternoon the commercial seniors will play the seniors in the interclas 'eajue scries. The eame which wa to hne hern played between the junior and the cnmnie-cil seniors last Mon day was p..ttKncd and has not yet lcen played ofT. Mi Gwendolyn Kendall, daughter of Mr. and Mr. II A. Kendall of Trow hill, is confined to the house with a broken loir, the result of a coatim ai-ci,T'-nt Tlutr-day night. Although the hill furnishc a splendid sliding place and i ud hy the young people to a great extent, that fact had nothing to to with the accident Miss (twendolvn and a brother had Iwcn slidin-' near their home on the hill, when, hearing yoiinp people out on the l,j hill, they leeifled to make tut one trip. An other lny . tskrn on and the three tated down. When the fled struck a rut in the rond. it was turned toward the ditch so iiiklv there was little or ma t'ine to steer it elsewhere and f mihed into a telephone nc tw..:,lr the road. Mi Kendall cein that a collision w4 ineitab!e, leaned to one ide, whi h ilmlo-ihtrdly prevented her lcl stnk'rc tbe ple. Imt could n.,; vert tbe hreskins of her leg. the ftsc tre lsipf half y l-ctween th s.r n! the Ihich. X IJme ita-;i, , t. ant i '. but Mi." Kendall w;I ! fiA to retrain vry onVt f..r a . im l r f wck, twTHir of the nature of the fra.'iire. The ct&era OB the Jcd were nn njure. Was No Match for St. Albans High Score 37 to 9. St. Albans, .Ltn. ff.. St. Albans high tl defeated YNatcrhury high in a last one sided game of basketball played in the armory in this city last evening by a score of ,'i7 to 0. Watcrlmry has a good team made up ..f l.;.. I.... ...KM- .1...:- i 01 I'nt 110-11, imji nniir tjjeii ('I'..' "OK .1 might show to an advantage on a small t floor like their own, they were appar- f ently lot on the large armory ltoor j and displayed a glaring lack of team- ft work. Randall at center and right for- H ward was the only visitor who seemed it able to advance the ball with any de- li ' -,, .i : ft V.. -1 v. i'aTi..' pree of certainty, and his efforts were J; smiled by too mui'h individual work. Waterbury cayd only one basket from the floor. The line ups: St. Albans High Waterbury High Twohey, K. Willis rf...lg Summerxiite l.arnle If rg O lifien Didieney c c Itauilall, Donovan W. Willis, Gravel rg If Guild Wal-h, Hope lg . . .rf Donovan, Randall Scoie: St. Albans 37, Waterbury !). Baskets: K. Willis :. ljioibe 0, Dohe ney ti, Wal-h 3, Rand 'l. Fouls; Dohc ney, Randall 7. Referee, Manahun. Scorer , Buckley. Timer, Finn. At tendance 500. nETiir.L 1 ill Merton W. Prcton of Burlinjrton. formerly of this town, came yesterday to look over his busine-H interest in town. Miss X'ellie Blake is home from teaching in 'e.itherfield. Samuel W. Barrows, who died re centlv in Stowe. moved from here when iat HO. He is well renicmliered bv our people. The town of Stoekbridge with a pop ulation of .fiH reports only five d-sitlis lat year, a mortalitv rate .f eilit in the thousand, probably the lowe-t of any town in the state. Come and live in Stoekbridge. the real tlrn? in health resorts. For the same period. Stock bridge reports Id births and nine mar riages, fully eipial to the city rates. SATTERSESr ,uick Owners We have received the announcement from The Electric Storage Battery Co. that commencing at once all Buick Cars will be equipped with Exide Bat teries. When the first starting systems were installed on Buick Cars Exide Bat teries were used and continued to be the regular equipment until the World War. War operations required an im mense number of batteries and the majority of these were Exide; there fore it became necessary to discon tinue furnishing equipment to some of the motor car manufacturers. Unfortunately the Buick was one of these cars thus affected. Since then the Buick has used sev eral different makes of batteries, but at the first opportunity they have re turned to the Exide, fully satisfied that they are getting the best battery that money can buy. Sold by Harvey & Mower ssssssaasasTPi it The Onion Clofhin has bought from the. Receiver the entire Stock of John Ariola consisting of Men's, Young Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes and Rubbers. The stock and fixtures inventoried at 1 (fbiD) and the goods have been moved to our store. The Union Clothing Co. The Big Union Store, Main Street. P. S. Show Cases, Mirrors, Shelving, Counters for sale at advantageous prices. Apply to The Union Clothing Store. f RESIGNS BOTH SEATS. ill In Irish Parliament and Parliament. in British Dublin, Jan. 20. Roper X". 5ect inan ha re-ipned from the Irih re publican parliament, has also given p hi -eat in the British Hmie of Com mon, he ha declined in sn-wcr t. a rpu ;ion printeil in the t reeman Jour nal. Jbf newpapcr impiired if his re-ijrnntion applied to lth parliamen tarv bodic, and be replied: Y'. of roiirse, ,nt never !e- loni'ed to the Uriti-li I'at!:anient and would not take mv seat. ................ . . ........ ....... TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOR S.M E CHFAP Ca-H rr rr!it. aonan. rvano in f r.-r!;.i ron-i'tvic ; mhnt have T"U t" rxrhnnar: wntc lo Iknt IS. rmrr ' larre lHily Times. 2st K'K KFNT T. hmt. il" tmnt" rrm. f . 1 ' hcht h k-pinr on lial-t tat., mnim i im;"V;vonMit. fu-n.h or un f um i-hW A. A. Hrcr. . Pearl Mrert zzf j Vrr S. irr. Bank A Tnl Ca. f n It t" ll.- a r-ictirB ; vntc - A P X ," cr Tiacca, . ll MT. SINAI ARAB PATROL BALL CITY HALL, MONTPELIER THURSDAY, FEB. 3. 1921, LADIES' WEEK CONCERT TO 9, INCLUDING DRILL BV THE TATROL DANCING 9 TO 1 ONEIL'S OF ALBANY, N. Y. ORCHESTRA THE GOVERNOR AND HIS PARTY WILL EE IN ATTENDANCE The Woman's Ready -to-Wear Shop At 50c Twelve White Voile Waists, 2.23 at 50c Lace and tucking trimmed. Sizes from 34 to 46. Six Jersey Dresses From $23.00 to $35.00 at $15.00 This price makes an extra dress available. To finish out the season a Jersey dress is an ever welcome addition to the wardrobe. Season's best colors are shown, includ ing Navy and Elack. Your inspection is welcome. Buy Your Little Girl a Knitted Tarn $1.00, now 25 Cents. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. SPECIAL SALE OF Universal Lunch Kits WITH THERMOS BOTTLE ' Special $3.98 For a few days only C. W. Averill & Co. Barre, Vermnt th c mjvcfssrsn store