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THE I3ARRE DAILY TIMES, UAKKE, VT., WKDNKSDAY, DKCEMBEK 14, 1921.
6 Cjiristmas Suggestions X .ASS. Iasm ran wiriflM-ii-ivrt-. j JJy " Windsor Chairs Wicker Chairs Can you think of anything more suitable, as a Gift for Mother or Father, than one of these beautiful Windsor Chairs; or a comfortable Wicker Eocker? Smoker Stands Sewing Cabinets Any man, that smokes, would be pleased with a Smoker Stand,' and any lady, a Sewing Cabinet. Table Lamps y Boudoir Lamps A beautiful Gift for the "home; a Table Lamp. For Sister or Sweetheart, a present that is always a re minder, a Boudoir Lamp. Office Desks Ladies' Desks Does he need a business Desk for home work; or does she want a beautiful Mahogany Desk to take care of her writing materials ? We have them both. Floor Lamps Baskets, Telephone Stands Candle Sticks Book Ends China Closets Buffets Dining Tables Toys Toys 33 l-3o Discount on all Boudoir Lamps B.W. Hooker & Go. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE City rates kin as hone-driren ambutsne : distant calif it raaaeaaMa term. Teltphnna 7-W. .Always the First to Give the Public What it Waatt 1 Coal Will Be a Mo3t Acceptable Christmas Gift This Year This particular year, when so many people are ' either unemployed or working on half time, a present of a ton of coal would look mighty big any very good. Put coal on your list. Calder Sc Richardson, 'Phone 450 Wonderful Useful Christmas Presents That will give a lasting remembrance of the giver Leather Easy Chairs, Parlor Suites, Library Ta bles, Art Squares, Rugs, Draperies, Mirrors, Dining Suites, Gunn Sectional Book Cases, Electric Lamps, Brass Beds, Red Cross Silk Floss Mattresses, Work Baskets, Fancy Waste Baskets, etc For the Children Rocking Chairs, Rocking Horses, Doll Carriages, Doll Sets, High Chairs, Kiddie Kars, Jingle Cars. And the best of all, get your wife a "SELLERS' KITCHEN CABINET." The most complete cabinet made. Goods delivered free of charge. , A. W. Badger & Co. DaaVrtaktri and lMm4 Erabahaarai Farwaal A Manilas u Tata WarkTaL KMV A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE AUTO AMBULANCE IWHER ! I'm Hungry a i When the kiddies come in from school hungry, i uur arena, wun jam, just mis tne spot, iney want our bread because it tastes so good. lG-oz. Raspberry, Strawberry, Pineapple Jam .40c SOAP .ECONOMY Everybody wants to save money and it's worth j while to save it on Soap. . Bell's Laundry Soap, 7 cakes for 23c Export Borax Soap, 7 cakes for 23c Lenox Soap, 6 cakes for 25c Flotilla Bath Soap, 4 cakes 23c Polar White Toilet Soap, 6 cakes for 23c Beach Soap Products, 3Gc package for 23c TALK OF THE TOWN Rcxall calendar with $1 purchase at Kusselrs. adv. - There's a neckwear carnival at La morey's, the best efforts of the bent maker. ; Lamorey's. adv. Ten shades to select from in our line of fancy felt slippers, UBc, $1.18, $1.40, $1.75, Tilden's. adv. Special. Just received a few ladies' extra nice handbags. Regular valuo, $4 special price, $2.50. Lander's Cijpur store. adv. A. H. Fasola of Berlin street re turned last night to the city, after passing several week in the middle west on business. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Perkins of North Adams, Mass., have returned to their TALK OF THE TOWN . Rexall calendars with $1 purchase at Russell's. adv, . Men's gloves for. all purposes, 50c to Sio.OO. imorey's. aav, Fancy colored felt slipper at pre war price at Tildcn t. adv MOJSTPELIER Persons coming from Burlington to Montpeiier on the belated Central Ver mont railway train Tuesday morning were very liberal in their censure of the railroad management regarding the Miss Rose Hall of VVaterford, Me., service. It apoears that the renre- ia passing a few day with friends in J aentative of the company did not agree the city. You can buy tho hest silk shirts at Lamorey's for $5.00, ?U.su ana 7.ou Lamorey . adv. For Sales One 1918 Buick Six; new ly painted; good rubber; price right. as to how lute the train would be one of them stating it was impossible to tell. ' Home of the Montpeiier people who were returning from New York asked permission to complete their trip by riding to Montnelier on the Legion Special, This was refused until it wr too late for these persons to get II. F. Cutlery Son. adv. For better things in haberdashery on the train. Then the conductor, ac we ask the attention of the particular cording to those mentioned above. home, after passinir several day with shopper. Lamorey .'. yelled that anyone going to Mont relative in Barre. Leland Dailev of East Montpeiier is pelier must get on the tram if Mr. and Mrs. , Robert Paterson of visitinir at the home of Mr. and Mr. Jiney wantexa to go but even then, it Lotur street are receiving conurratu!- Frank Dailev of 79 South Main etreet. I claimed, the train wa moving. a .. .. . w . ... . I I - 11 11f T-l t a -nt tions upon the birth of a son at uty Ti. t;..-.. .nl fan,il of Ronth . ",r- "'" M- v- - ac i 'R'"- hospital Saturday. 1 t Mflin :frtet tn thig week for neul werc . .tl,e yJ7. Arthur Blackmore has returned to 2":" 1 ?.. 1 X . Burlington to his home, after an extended business rV-";. ' " to the Boston bymphony orchos- trin throush the west in the interests " . . .. ... ... . ira. mere were also several from of LeClair & McNultv. J. Gomel and family of worth Mam Montpeiier who attended the concert Faust Bimaml. who for the past six street leit last nigni xor Jew iu Mr, anl SIrg, m. Levin of Benning months has been workins at h s trade wty, mere to taice ateamer ior ojm,ia. ton have been visiting Mr. and Mrs of stone cutting in New York City, re- Mr. Uomcz plans to remain m tiiat Harris iett. The latter are parents of turned last night to hi home in Barre. country. Mrs. Jevln. Mr. Yett, who ha been M. K. Lane, a prominent member of The regular meeting of the Presby- is improving, the Jvnichfs of Columbus, will give a terlan Men' club, with talk by Rev. talk on hi experiences in China at the I B. O. Lipsky, to have been held to- meeting of Barre council Friday night, night, has been postponed until Tues lhe omcers or tue council, recently i day evening, im. zo. elected, will be installed. As it Is customarr to observe Christ Jfou can save time to do your snop. . th ,ast mcetJnjr in December, Joseph Abair, commander of Mont- Eelier post, No. 8, fothe American egion, represented the post at the welcome of Vermont Legion men to Marshal Foch at Brattleboro on Tues day, Legion men from Barre returned pinir by getting your supper Saturday in atr( Hill by ? "oiitpoli-r on the epec.al Imooski post of the representatioi night at the lTesbytcnan cnurcn. , - . ,., tn Krlnir amn , ;m h"' . . o F. m. lie exceed the vahie of 10 centV WIX coffeeAdults, 50; uvcnile,,, '35c.-dv. ' u" " TC "V7. the exercise, in honor of the marshal, John L. Carr of Nashville, Tenn. a " ..V .La.Z w't" 43 delegate out of a membership, retail monument dealer, ha been in "ti " wri Clriatma 0,.TWl, . ., the Barre district for several days. He f' u m? bnn th(r real Cn6t,n.a Allan Johnston of Barre will be' will leave to morrow noon for Mont-1 sPlm- sworn in to the state internal revenue real, where he will spend a few day in At a regular meeting of the uarre service on Thursday of this week. j sight-eeeing before returning to his unit, American Legion Auxiliary, held jjeader cinhlg was fined $5, with home. Mr. Carr is loud in his praie In the Legion clubhouse hall last night, eoflt( jn t.it court to.daT for intox. d claimed Mrs. ilenry U Norton oi toe state ae- cfttion, having of the Barre hospitality and it closely rivalled tne traditional nos pitality of ius native Uixie, partment gave a very detailed and in teresting report of tue national con- Th mninir nf ' f ha ln(or onr.ia 1 I VCntlOn held t Kan City, HO, ng pleaded guilty. The annual meeting of the St. Ber nard club took place in Montreal on season at the Vincitia club, which will bringing very close to the memwr tr-c n..V,i... i t -rll i- i..j:. :. -i-i.. limmon.itv nf the r orpan zatinn sni " iivm,iau,n. u, -.- Z IL ' i'lr,!, I'll . he mooV .nee of the work to be done, "ey, Boston; vice-president, J. S. Tat . " " - ... I tory of the club. Cards have been sent to all members and board of managers. the affair, the rcspon a record-breaking orchestra has tieen engaged to play j made In Italy, is on exhibition there, til wA tanoiniv will In tlia Afoantiifl ! j 11 j . it.. -1.111 ... ; t uvms " wv an me jtnviii aflQ Well QL flit? Ill v i H ICS UO PiXllI H HI banquet nail. Uame will be played in j which natives of the old world are ra the room and one of those never-to -1 noi.lo nf makintr bmiseliold smodt. The be-forgotcn Vincitia club banquets will gjjpper i made of woven fibre and be served. The board of managers plan Lt.i i.u.n ;ih fWer nainteH In to hold more similar events during the bright co!orR, The ingicje 0f the shoe Winter. I V.- onrrr Vinna? hv anrt. f Basketball entIiuiftsU will flock In I : .. -i.a , , ,. ( . . I KUIIf. IF! llLn:iiiv. tnwwvtj a..w ich university and the Un versitv of '"rr A sample of what the native of " - ' Tr I V' V r. , according to the Italy are doing in the line or work , , ' , which is arranging m.y be seer, in the show window of I ' f T oV ' x- e so far indicatee the Reliable Shoe company on North " ' t' T w attendance, t arroir Main street. A small slipper, hand- " L " "11 ".n; "Dress Up for Christmas"-- This Week at Adams Company Gift shopping, of course every day more and more shoppers come to Adams Company where the "Great Bright Way" to Christmas runs the whole length of the store but this is a week during which we shall devote particular attention to new values in women's and misses wearing apparel. ts . Special Purchase Just 50 of These Women's Velour Dresses at $19.75 Less Than Original Wholesale Cost! A manufacturer, the maker of our finest Ditsses, now working on Spring models, had just fifty Dressr es left. To clean out his Winter stock he accepted our offer. You may share the benefits. The styles we have previously had in our better dress section for much more money. Colors are Brown, Taupe, Navy and Black; sizes 34 to 46. .You'll enjoy an inspection of these Dresses, they are so well chosen, so "different" and you'll be sur prised, too, at this very attractive price. Toy Town It's a veritable fairyland of joy for the youngsters. A miniature amusement re sort - Merry - go - rounds, Ferris Wheels, Dancers, etc. A wonderful display , of Electrical Trains; a com plete Doll Village, with Real Houses; Trolleys passing: along the streets, a Hump ty Dumpty Circus; lots of ; Funny Animals that laugh and blink their eyes. The place where wise grown ups come to solve "knotty" problems about good little children and such solu tions! Many of them are sure to help you. . ADAMS' COMPANY Barre, Vt. Syndicate of Successful Stores a Quebec eorporation, so that the an nual meeting must be held in some other Canadian community. Mr. Brown left here on the New England States Limited-Monday afternoon. By the de railment of that train near St. Ar mand, he had to remain in that town until 3 o'clock Tuesday morning. The hotel man of that town would not open his place so that persons on the train could go to bed. The derailment as between 8t. Armand and Stan ermont in their first encounter of the tlon tendered Manual f ocn oy me n)rijp gn,j the train was drawn back season In the armory. Both colleges vermoni yeairruay n urn.i , into st. Albans. have formidable lineups. Considerable ll Urattleboro, included. Dcawes ine merest centers around the Norwich I larK nunim-r uj lbih Milne. William Barclay, I. w. urad era! well-known players of Montpe'ier lpy n(i everal others. Mr. Milne and and Barre, incfudinff Stacy Clark. Mr "arcUv had a pleasant visit .with l aionipei?er i t . : . .- . C IT. Dempsev, commissioner of ed ucation, left last night for Providence, R. I., where to-day he speaks at the Rhode Inland State collcpe on educa tional matter. He returned ye'terdav i r . i rinu'n inn Kiinnm I iriin ici The Norwich freshmen and Spauldinj junction at 1 a. m. yesterday morninff w inr most part romine mat- hi"h will play between Periods The Brattleboro at S:30 ters were cons.dered but it looks now LTKnV.t 8 oVlocf o'clock. The party arrived back tn thouph the state te.cW re,r!str.. L Barre yesterday afternoon. There were tl0n bureau moved to the edu- Ridge street, to-morrow afternoon at' 2 o'clock, with Rev. W. S. Kichols ofil- j dating. Interment will be in Oreen Mount cemetery. She has been ill for ( the past two years and for the last, three months has been bedridden. Mrs. ' Keves was born in Richmond, Sept. 6, ' 1865, daughter of Peter and Lucy, Crane. Her marriape took place about, forty-two year- aro and her married life was spent in Moretown, West Ber- J lin and Montpeiier. he was a gradu- j ate of Montpeiier seminary. Mrs. Keyes is survived by her son, Walter C Keye, a daughter, Mr, taulding, and a'brotber, A. H. Crane, of Middlesex. Tore ODff A vrr n.o nnnnnivn k.. I no ' " vlD,lJ-1 trin was more or loss of a vifil but evcrj one who went reports that there "n ln oumnjnon was m much run no one noticed the time pass or grew sleepy. Lloyd Speaker Died at Hia Horn. In Waco. Waco, Texas, Dec. 14. Lloyd Speak er of Hubbard, Texas, brother of Tris speaker, manager of the Cleveland Indians, died yesterday at his home. Special meeting of Barre council. No. 401, Knights of Columbus, rriday evening. Dec. 1. Brother M. E. Lane newTr eTccted officers. Every knight is asked to attend. Per order John B. Kelly, U. K. Regular meet ing of the degree of Pocahontas Thursday, Dec. 13, at 7 p. m. Balloting. Regular meeting of I. O. 10. F., M. t, will be held in WorthtB hall, Dec. 15, 7 o'clock. Election of offi cers. Social time alter meeting, l'er order noble grand. mi leenin ears on tli (rain an th, rational HI n Montpeiier for it ap pint lu i- UMII.IIUUJ Hn.Lru M li .uu Finamial matters were also considered at the same meet mg, Sirs. V. H. Tracy will leave tj-mor row lor J.ynn, Mass., to see ner moth er, Mrs. Willson, who has visited here for some years during the summer months, and who is not well. Edmund Hamilton of the education al department was in Randolph to-day on school matters. Sheriff F. H. Tracy left this mom ing for Windsor with Arthur Willis and James Scott, who will serve time in the house of correction. Governor Hartness, Harry B. Shaw, NORTH RANDOLPH Miss Vina Camp Is recovering from her recent illness. Mrs. F, C. Cone vWted In Randolph the first of tbe week. Mr. Blackburn from East Braintreo has bought the Eben Lewis farm. Mr. and Mrs. Wil! Hull and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Washburn are in Rutland of Boston will speak on his "Experience in China.1 Installation of I attending the state grange meeting. Regular meeting of Hia watha lodge, Xo. 20, I. O. O. ., Thursday, Dec. 15. at m. First nomination of officers. Ev ery memlier requested to attend. Per order X. G. A regular meeting of Barre lodge. No. 1301, L. O. O. M., Thursday, Dec. 15, at 7:30 p. m. Initiation' and other important business. Several from here were In Randolph secretary of civil and military affairs! and Ucninmin notes. Mats auditor. were unable to inpect Austin, insti tute in Brattleboro yesterday morning because" of a quarantine on "the insti tute. The quarantine is for diphtheria. The Brattleboro retreat was inspected and the state prison at Windsor was inspected in the afternoon. The state school of agriculture will not be in spected until next spring. Automobile accidents have been re ported to the secretary of state by E. E. Harrington of Brandon, whose car skid lied and broke a wheel on the road between Brandon and Weybridge on Dec. 10; Burt Powell of Rutland, who was in a enllUion with a Massachusetts car driven by S. T. Lee of Xorth Clar endon on West street in Rutland on Dec, II; R. P. Chrysti. of St. Albans, who was driving a car belonging to Arthur 1. Holmes when it struitc a Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Frank Allen. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Downing and children of Barre spent Saturday at C. E. Taft s. At grange Friday night, the follow ing officer were elected for the coming year: Master. James Fprague; over feer, Ralph Thayer j lecturer, Mrs. Mary Washburn; chaplain, Roy Gil- man; steward, Robert Trask; assist ant steward, Fred Knight; treasurer, Beatrice Washburn; secretary, Mrt Bessie Hull; Ceres, Mrs. Florence Tsft; Pomona. Mrs. Mabel Tyler; Flora, Mrs. OIlie Carpenter; gatekeeper. John Grey; lady aasiittant steward, Mabelle Taft; chorister, IJiuord Taft; pianh-t, Mrs. Harry pmith. At the next meet ing a Christmas progTam will be given by the children and a tree for old and young. All invited to attend. CHELSEA Special meeting of Barre post, Xo. 10, A. L., Dec. 15, at 7 p. m. Business, make changes in by-laws as follows: Dste of annual and regulsr meeting to be first Thur dsy, instead of first Wednes day of month. Dues to be tJ.50 per year. Xumlver of representatives of executive committee from hill to he hanged from two to one. Total num ber of executive committee to be same as now and extra member to be elected at large from city of Barre. Smoker will be held after meeting. Refresh ments wi.l be served. GRANITF.VILLE Among counsel who were present in court at some time during the week. were E. C. Dumry of Barre Citv. Msroli M. Wilson and John, C Sherburne if Randolph, David K. Conant of St. lohnsbury, Hugh W. Hastings of Bradford, Charles Batchelder of Beth el and Charles B. Adams of Water bury, state's attorney of Washington county. Among others who were in court at ame time during the week were Judge Ha mm in T. Baldwin and Frank W. Georae of Wells River. Frank H. Tracy, sheriff of Washington coun ty, and Deputy Sheriff Burt Msyton of Barre City. Deputy Sheriffs Warren C. Ordway of Fairlee and Will S. Bryant of Randolph are on official duty as as sistants to Kheriff Tracy during the term. Regular meeting ef council 253, LVnion St. John Bsptiste, d'Amerirjup, T h n r a dsy, I. M, at 7 p. m. Members are reqtieated to attend. Prr orJer secretary. The packare contains 1 White Naphtha Soap, 1 :i r'. "T" I ... , , , . , ' I Wi-a; o m sat ail t t World Powder, 1 Soar) Hakfs 1 or!d Soap. S!" E"r" "" Tri 4VW- tamr fc ntm a: B 1 . , i The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. I fFT rtJR SALE-Iaulrt at T N. V.i'r ! m-s. .c:f 1 1 to Rr.S r U-m (mm iwn, iS aM 'aaa nrrtt; rail at tamr t- rr n tm aaa pOT,n PLAINFIELD llmre you seen my Christmas dis play of finds, alwi 10-rent counter f Mrs, B. A. Moore, Plainfield. .dr. Whist party at t. and IX if I kali, Plainfield. Satardsy evening, Dec. 17; admission, 15c. adv. EAST MONTPEIIER Miss Ruth LaBarron of Montpeiier was a visitor at Mrs. C. P. Dudley's on Saturday. Mrs. Charles Campbell and daughter, Margaret, of Montpeiier spent Satur day and Sunday with Mrs. Campbell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Curtis. M. W. Warren was a visitor in Mont peiier Saturday. '-. . ..- Arthur Clark of MarshftVld called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. h. Clark, on Saturday. Dean Gallison and wife of South Woodbury were visiting relatives in town Sunday Willford "Martell has employment with Frank Machia. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Emery were business visitors in Earr. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. John Bond were in Barre Saturday. John Pruneau of Barre is working for J. B. Martell, repairing the der rick at the stonesheds. George Hathaway lost one of his team horses the first of the week. Dr. Frank Wheeler of Plainfield was in town on professional business on J Monday. Henry Barnett is working for Rich ard Copping, cutting wood. The stone teams from Adamant are doing double duty by taking coal back. A gray squirrel came from the woods when the traveling was good and has taken up hia abode in the Morse barn. He found corn that he likes very much and he seems to be taking a fancy to Mr. Shortt now thet he is getting ac quainted. Mrs. Ella Xeedham Bennett of Bain bridge, X. V.. is vUiting Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kelton. Basketball Tonight at 8 O'CLOCK Armory, Montpeiier NORWICH vs. , UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT ALSO Norwich Freshmen vs. Spaulding High Reserved Seats $1.00. General Admission 55c DANCING AFTER GAMES gifts. Lamorey's. adv. Sweaters, bath roles, underwear, niirlit roles, pajamas, hats, caps, gar-! team on Main street in St. Albans on '"h.nda, all make good Holiday Dec. 12; and J. B. Brombley of Shel burne, who was In a slight accident on Oct. 10. A writ has been filed with the secre tary of state against Ernest Terry of j llchester in the amount of f JO, re turnable Jan. 10, 9-2, in Winoo-ki munirhisl court. The writ is in favor of Xed H. Kcnyon of Winooski and D. Whiting 4 8ons of Boston are named as trustee. A writ from Barton mu- a tneai nicipal court agsint Daniel ZaHarsky of Barton in the amount of f200 bas been filed with the serretary of state. The writ Is in favor of A. Lee Cowles of Barton, and H. P. Hood 4 Sons are named as trustees. The writ is re turnable for hearing on Dee. 27. State Fia and Game Commissioner! II. P. Sispldon is expected to return to-' morrow from Fairharen. The funeral of Mrs. Llila Keves, widow of the late Chauncey W. Keye, ill b hr-lil from the home of Iter daughter, Mrs. LUzie L. Spaulding, 3 Amen First Cenfli Rcmedj ! I t 1 ' r-.""-"-iri . ... i Hr- The r . ?r?-?' li r Complete Line of Electrical Appliances Toasters .Grills Curling Irons Vacuum Cleaners Heating Pads Heaters Ranges Washing Machines Fireless Cookers Universal Irons Hotpoint Irons American Beauty Irons Simplex Irons Electric Store 14 Elm Street, 'Phone 203-R Earliest history shows that the Indians realized the medical value of Sprue Gum in th treatment of coughs, colds, hoarsencst and inflammatory conditions of the throat. The Sprue Cum in combination with other veg etable medicants of proven value form 4 tbe basis of the 60 years of tuorcss of laH, S S ; i: val! I-W. Mrs. Herman C. Davis invites the public, begrinnino; Thursday, to her home at 16 Liberty St There you will find a fair-priced assortment of Christmas articles. Leather Bags and Pocket book.1. Genuine French Ivo ry, Silk Hosiery. Handker chiefs and Fancy Work and anything1 you rr.irht fancy. THE SUN'S RAYS do not burn until brought to a focus. Concentrate your efforts on saving-, and you will accomplish your desired purpose of accumu lating money. Your account is solicited. 4 per cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. The First National Bank MOXTrELIER, VT. FRUIT SALAD - a Just received Fruit Salad, in cans; this is one of the biggest sellers we ever introduced. No. 2 . . : .25c; No. 3 size 43c size Good Values Pure Cocoa, bulk, per lb 10c 5 packages of Currants, cash and carry $1.00 3 cans of Loganberries, cash and carry $1.00 3 cans of Red Raspberries, cash and carry $1.00 2 pkgs. Raspberry Pie Fruit, cash and carry . .23c 3 None-Such Mincemeat, cash and carry 50c 4 cans of Blueberries, cash and carry- $1.00 Z pkgs. Full-weight Seeded Raisins, cash and car ry, for ". $1.00 IIEAVY COTTON FLOUR SACKS We have a .limited number of one-half bbl Cotton flour Sacks, each 10c; 3 for 25c THE F. D. LADD CO.