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THE BAIUtK DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER'' 1, 1022.
V Mahogany Suggestion Table 38 x 48 incly Table 42 x 42 inch. Solid Mahogany tops. Prices are right. .... s Solid Mahogany, nial -William and Also Martha Wash solid mahogany. Colo Mary, ington, Solid Mahogany, Birch Mahogany Sticks '. .25c to $1.75 each Candles ; . .10c to 50c each Plain Blue, yellow, rose,, Oriental Etruscan, Tiffany, Delft. i r Grand Rapids Nickel . .,. .$5.50 Grand Rapids Jap . . ... . . .$4.75 Standard ................ .$4.75 B.W. Hooker & Co. UKDCRTAKERS BEST W-TO-JJATK MOTOR AMBULANCE EERV1C1 GKr nm a lm4fh aaaftolaneai dietac call at mmUi Itnl Talophana 17-W, f Alwaya t Fiwt to Give th Public What it Want. I J lab: The women of our city and vicinity come to this store for housekeeping articles because we make ev ery effort to please them. Whenever we find an ar ticle that will help the housewife to do her work easier and better, we add it to our large stock of housewares and we sell our goods at fair prices, that's why this store has become so popular with the housekeepers in this vicinity. We cordially invite all women to visit our hardware section and see the many things we have collected here for helping them do their housework. IteN.B. Phelps Co.is& Barre, Vt., 'Phones 28 and 29. 4 COAL Our customers are giving us very satisfactory re ports on our Domestic Steam Coal. We would like to move 100 loads Shed Cured Hardwood Mill Slabs at $3.50 per load. This is a bargain. Hard Coal is coming very slowly. You will have to use some wood and soft coal. We have everything in the Shed Cured Dry Wood. Call us up 'phone 450. , Calder & Richardson .aBfa.aaVaa Tlluey Am -EeireT The Onions you have been waiting for. They are good, hard keepers. 100 lb. bag $1.90 Bushel $1-35 Peck . Everyone uses them ! 100 lb. bag Small Onions 10 lbs. for '.. 35 1 5c ! SI. ..18c Soap Specials Bell's Laundry Soap, 7 cakes 25c Export, Borax and Swift's Pride, 6 for 25c Mechanic Hand Soap, 3 cans for 25c Flotilla Toilet Soap, 6 cakes for 25c ARRIVING THIS WEEK CARLOAD OF BALDWIN APPLES The VV. D. Smith Company, Inc. TALK OF THE TOWN For fur coat value see Morse's line at Montpelicr. adv. Flashlights and opotliRht s, butteries and bulbs at Lander s. adv. New Victor records on sale to-day at dimming and Lewis.' adv. A new shipment of liats arrived to day at Sirs. Biriilo's, 4 Laurel street. adv. , William M. Gale of Bradford was business visitor in the city yesterday afternoon. Jo rent: A six-room tenement on Summer street. Edith M. Carr, Tel. 30ii-M.- adv. William lienrin of Burlington ar , rived in the. city lust evening on business visit. November Vietor records on sale to day at Littlefleld'e, formerly Uailoy'i X . v wuhiu rooms. aov. Pay less and dress better. F. Hutchinson, the Royal Tailor Man over Ladd's store. adv, "All Over Nothing at All," son in fox trot tempo, on ft vietor record at dimming & Lewis.' adv, Public dunce, Cobble Hill grange, on Thursday, Nov. 2) music by Land! s orchestra. Auto leaves postoffice at 7:43 and 8:15. adv. Baby robes. Baby neods the outdoor air, but must be kept warm. See on line. Persian lamb, fox fur and lamb skin. B. W. Hooker A Co. adv Albert Dowers and Wilfred Ijovie re turned to the city yeaterday from Con com, N. 11., where they went with load of furniture belonging to a local party. ; Maccabees, attention! Regular mvt ing of, Harmon review, No. 1, will he held Wednesday evening at 7i30 o'clock. Refreshments. Social time after meeting. See tho nice new line of serves and velvets for drestes and woolen velours and silk plushes for coats and trim mings. Little Dry Good store, Cottage street, off North Main. adv An interesting program will be given Friday evening ,in the Presbyterian church at 7:30 o'clock. Come and en- Joy it and visit the booths the ladiet ave prepared for you, with their use ful and beautiful articles. adv. Sons of Veterans Auxiliary-. No. 7.. of Montpelier exrtend a cordial invitation to the Major L. A. Abbott camp, Soos of Veterans Auxiliary, No. 5, of Barrs to their inspection to be held this eve- nlng. Supper will be served from 6 to 7 o'clock. Yesterday the janitor of the eitv building picked up a large section of the tin ornamental "work placed around the top or the city building alter it had fallen to the pavement. Evidently ft little renovating is needed about the building to make it safe for pedes triaiM. ine following program win rw given Friday evening at the Presbyterian church, in connection with the sale of food and Christmas gifts: Pantomime, "The Rejected Suitor, by six young ladies; dolls' drill, by 12 little girU Scotch reading. ".Sandy and His Fairn tickles," Mrs. Mutch. Admission ll)c. adv. i ' Members of the Gatusi Girls' club of the Presbyterian church gathered last evening at the home of Miss EutU Armstrong on Franklin street for an enjoyable Hallowe'en party. Games and stunts or an kinds were enjoyed and light refreshments served, alb of which combined to make the evening most enjoyable. Hallowe'en was celebrated more vig orously throughout the city last eve ning than it has been for a number of years. Ihe thoughts of ghosts and gob lins roving the city had no effect on gangs of youngsters bent on mischief and pleasure. Cabbage stumps, aped vegetables, cornstalks, ancient eggs and other articles could be found this morn ing plastered over piazzas from Quarry street to Willev street and this was by no means all of" the damage done. Step were removed from the mooring of a lifetime, gates taken oft and spirited away, packing boxes tipped over and rubhish set out for the collector spread to the four winds. Another noticeable effect on Main street this morning was windows covered with randle marks. Evidently the police warning had the opposite effect from that desired. A few stuck to the safe and sane method of celebrating and enjoyed parties at their home where the old games of bobbing apples fortune telling and w forth were in force. Presbyterian Supper, Thursday, Nov. 2. Chicken pie Ma.hed potato Turnip Beet and Cabbage salad Cranberry jelly Hot rolls Assorted .rakes Pies Tea ' Coffee Adult tickets. 60c; children's tick ets, 35c. Supper served from 5 to 7 o'clock. adv. j On account of to-day being AH Saints' dav, the regular meeting of Barre council, No. 401, a3. '-ar inigm oi lommous. y is postponed to W'edne.s XPfc da.v Xov- 8, at 7:30 p. w m. Per order graol knight. Francis O. Marr, recorder. TALK OF THE TOWN You can save $2 by buying an all wool sweater at Lander's. adv. Nee those special Bolivia coats for $2l).r)0 at Morse's, Montpelier. adv, O. N. Estcs of Bristol arrived in the city yesterday on a short business visit. L. A. Lupien of W'oodsville, N. It., nassincr a short buslnew visit in the city. 1 Mrs. H. P. Ilinman of Hill street is passing a few days with friends in Boa ton. "Call Me Back, Pal O Mine,' on a Victor record at Curamings 4 Lewis.' -adv. ' " . . . " . M. J. Murphy of New York City was a business visitor in the city yester day and to-day. November Victor records on sale) to day at Littlefleld', formerly Bailey's Music rooms. adv. Attorney Genoral Frank C. Archibald of Manchester is passing a few days in j the city on business. John McDonald of Bolster aveuue returned to the city yesterday after a visit with friends in Boston. Mrs. Harold N. Knight arrived In tha city to-day from Boston for a visit with relative on Maple avenue. For sale: One Winchester automatic rifle, 33 calibre. George E, Bond, 28 East street. 'Phone 342-R. adv. H. B. Ream of Youngstowii, O., a former resident of this city, is visiting with friends here for a few days. . "When the Leaves Come Tumbling Down." a fox , trot hit, on a Victor record at Cummings & Lewis.' adv. Mrs. Victoria Martin returned to her home in this city yesterday after visit in Essex Junction with her daugh ter. Georee Diener. a retail granite dealer of Indianapolis, Jnd., is pasMng a few lavs' visit with Irienda ana relatives in the city. Don't fornet to enroll in the Christ tnaa musical club at the uttienca Piano Co., formerly Bailev's Music rooms. adv. TO- EAST BARRE Regular meeting of Wuchosen tribe, No. II), I. O. R. M., Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. A regular meeting of Barre pof. No. 10. American Legion, will be held at xt head quarters Thursday eve ning, Nov. 2, at 7:30 o'clock. Per order commander. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Public dance. Cobble Hill eranije, on Thursday, Nov. 2; music by I.andi orchestra. Auto leaves nostolilce a 7:45 and 8: 15. adv. Public dance, Cobble Hill grange, on Thursday, Nov. t: music by Land:: orchestra. Auto leaves postoffice a 7:45 and 8:15. adv. Baldwin apples! Baldwin apples! Carload junt arrived; bushel baskii $1.85: peck, 50c. Tomasi Cash market, 247 North Main street.-adv. Mrs. Harry A. Miller and son. Lane Humphrey, of Philadelphia arrived In this city this morning and will wpena a few weeks at the home of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Humphrey Mrs. H. A. Gould of this city, who passes the winter months in the south started vesfertlav. Mi was accompan ied as far a Boston by her daughter Mrs. Warren J, Cummings, of this city. . . . Fam-v articles, aprons fall kind: lzes and colors), home-cooked food and candy von sal at the Presbyterian hurch Thursday and Friday, isov. and 3. Make your aeleotions now for Ihrutraaa guts. adv. Mrs. Cbarle H. Campbell tf Old Of- Iiard, Ale., who has been passing a few davs with relatives in this eitv, left the early part of the Week for Spring field for a visit while on her way home Mrs. l ampueii makes tho trip by mo tor. Miss Marie Quinlan announces the opening of her prep, class of dancing Thursday, Jov. 2, Worthan hall, at m. All the latest steps approved by the Dancing Masters' association will be taught. Other classes will be formed Call or 'phone 3fi4-W. adv. Going where t To the chicken-pie supper and mle at the nntimstown Congregational church parlors vvednes day, Nov. 1. Menu: Chicken-pie, cran berry sauce, aalad, hot rolls, ice cream, cake, coffee. Bring your pocketbooks nd patroniae the apron, fancy work and candy booth". An entertainment will be given. Supper and sale will commence at 6:30. Adult 50e, children 2flc. adv. Granite manufacturers from South Ryegate, Hard wick and Bethel attend- a conference in the city yesterday fternoon with representatives of the Eastern Vermont Power company which control Um water Utilities in Peacham, Cabot and Groton. Am.ng hoe present were W. C. Clifford of Bethel, George James of Hard wick and Robert Farnuharson. S. Samnelson, J. Ropa and A. J. Smith of South Rye gate. - In view of the fact that Spaulding nd Montpelier high have their foot ball game at Montpelier Friday after noon the American Legion football team will play at Lincoln campus Sat- rday afternoon Instead of having a Sunday gam aa haa been the order for the pat two weeks. The seventh field artillery team from Fort Ethan Allen line Wen secured for the date and it has the reputation of having as husky a team as can be found in the state. The Barre post has a team which is hard to beat and the game should be inter esting. New ha been received bere of tha recent death ift Chicago of Edward MacLene, well -known monumental ma,n, who formerly maintained ofli.s in Barre and Hardwhk. In late year he has acted as representative for local dealers with headquarter In Chi cago. Mr. Mactane's death earae oy accident, he having been knocked dowa by a motor truck on a busy 4'hicago thoroughfare. Besides his wife, h leavee a eon, Robert, who i encaged n the same busineoe as was bis fatbT. Mr. Mat Ijne was a native of Smlland. iMk dw vTp FranWMh-l,flfltnNxs WILLI 4MSTOWN Board of Civil Authority Meetings The board of civil authority will! imifl at the town clerk t oiiice Thursday afternoon from 2 until 4; Saturday afternoon and evening from TALK OF THE TOWN Frank Gerand of this city is a pa tient at tho City hospital. A hew shipment of hats arrived to day at Mr. Birnio's, 4 Laurel street.--adv. William H. Smith of Tunbridge was in tlie city this morning on a brief , business visit. Edward Smith of South Main street ; returned last night" from Huflield, 1 Conn., where he haa been spending the ' summer. ' j Don't forget to enroll in the Christ- j mae musical club at the LittleftelJ Piano Co., formerly Bailey' Miih: rooms, adv. . John Taaiile is moving from the tenement on South Main street, winch he has occupied for some time, to a house on Maple avenue. D, A. Perry and C. W. Perry of the D. A. Perry Real, Estate agency were in Middlesex to-day conducting a aale for George H, Silloway of that place. Miss Gladys Webber arrived in this city to-day from Claremont, N. IL, where she is employed, and will spend a few days at the home of her par ent on South Main street, All members of the Barre office of the Metropolitan office were in Bur lington yesterday, together with Mr. Norris,-superintendent of agencies, to attend a district meeting and hear reports. ' ' .". One of the youngsters who caused so much trouble to storekeepers on Monday and Tuesday evening wus ap- j prehended while waxing the glase in j front of, the B. W, Hooker and com-, pany store by the proprietor, who eon- j ducted her to the polijie station for j reprimand before permitting her f mother to return with her to t heir i home in the Syrian colony on Pros-i pert street. . , I ,- I BETHEL 188 N. Main St. Barre, Vt. Mm, F. W. Howard has returned from visiting her mother in Spring field. Mrs. M. J. Vail of Rochester is via itin? relative on her wav to Snrinar- CT ' f t fleld, where she is to make her home in the future. Harvey J. Kidder has deeded back the Lloyd Johnson place to F. M. Bowen. Mr. Margaret Parker has deeded back the Charles Spalding farm to El mer E. Spalding. The Parker family haa moved back to Atlantic, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Twitcjiell, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sutherland went on Monday to live at Batchcllor's camp in Braintree. The townspeople are raising money by subscription to buy a cow for Da vid Come. There was an attendance of about 65 at a meeting of the Woman's club held at Mrs. E. A. Fisher's. This num ber included about 25 high school and training class girls, who went by in vitation to hear MUa Leavens of Montpelier, representing the Y. W. C A. She epoke on girls club work a carried on by her organisation. There were musical selections by Mrs. . fc. Chase and -Mix Adeline Clifford, and readings by Mrs. A. I). Perry. Sand wiches, wafers and coffee were served. Mr. and Mrs, Paul F. Wilson wree in Boston Saturday to see the Harvard-Dartmouth football game. On their return home they were accompa nied by Mr. Herbert Joslin, mother of Mrs. Wilson. W. J. Moore, jr., of Bristol, Coun., i with his father for a few days' visit. Michele Petrueelli has been home from his work at White River Junc tion and returned Monday evening. John J. Wilson was in Bradford yesterday a referee in a bankruptcy ease, lie was accompanied on the trip by Paul F. Wilson and family. Sylvester F. Farrington and family recently visited relatives in White River Junction. George H. Slack haa moved from the Albert Lincoln house to the E. S. Putnam houne, where he lived three year. A party was given last Friday eve ning at the Christian hill schoolhouae. where Mrs. M. A. Porter teaches, and over $5 was realized for improved fur nishings for the building. Leroy M. Merrill has bought a place in llielsea and am moiner, .Mrs. m. T. Merrill, is assisting him in moving. Mr. Francis Yaw, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Moffatt of Enoburg Falls visited at Mrs. Delia Mitiguy's last week. The ladies are sistert of -Mrs. Mitiguy. A. Jackson 'Mitiguy began Monday to fover southern ermont for the Goodrich Rubber company of Akron. One hundred water buffalo hides from China were immersed in vat liq uor at the tantifry Monday. Sole leather will be mad for sample and the company hope to get orders throuc-h the sample made. This the first tanning operation in town for about nine months. Mr. Guy Crowell and her daugh- Mr. Hill, who are teaching the tchnola at the Creek and the LiUie neighborhood, respectively, in Barnard have moved into the Henry B. Putnam house. The baseball association made about .0 by the masquerade ball giv en .Monday evening, at wnicn music waa by Carroll' orchestra of Barre. Arthur Newell ia recovering from n attack of inuenxa. Mash ' Co. Winter Sport Togs The Daylight Store There is no question that this is the greatest of all seasons for sport wear and the togs designed for all forms of out door sport are certain ly most alluring. ' r. Sweaters In great variety tuxedos slipons and pull overs the colors and combinations of colors are legion. 3.95 to 9.50. Scarfs Great big brushed wool affairs some with pockets and belt to bo worn almost as a wrap at '3.95 to 7.50. - Wool Gloves- In several stylea of gauntlets. Big gloves that pull up over the coat sleeves. Made of pure worsted yarn, at 1.50 to 2.50. ( Sport Hose in pure worsted, silk and wool, wool and cotton mixed and wool fin ish cotton at 59c,l. 00 to 3.25. Sport Hats of French felt, velours, brushed wool, lovely in their colorings and chic in their outlines. 1.95, to 3.50. GODDARD NOTES. A very 'enjoyable Hallowe'en party was held at the aehool last evening. The ghosta began their frolics about 0 oVWk and everybody that was in costume marched around the hall until the judge had picked the best a,nd the worst costumes. A doughnut .eating contest waa a feature of the evening, and a Spanish cock fight was also en joyed Dancing followed the program and the ghosts went back to their secret haunts at 12 o'clock. Prin. and Mrs. Davison and son, Iewis,' have returned from North Billeric where they spent the week end. Ransom Jones spent the week-end at his home in Fttvhburg, Mas. Tli football team haa n hard week in preparaton for the Vermont second game on next Saturday at Burlington er, WAVTEr-Mn r r""" hul for arnal work in vrnit mnnutmcxuryr'm civ-; tnm wltk rtprrtrnr preferred; addm P. O. nom r.rr.. .1. ""'la i -A 1 .,1 o. ... .),. nrnn WANTED -Wwmh for liht knimwh In i of pn(trn-4 : wrtu to "K." cmnr Time oe,-. in giving the freeman oath and pise ; all name on the checklist that are ls&tr , II Km, yrmr oid. rmd emck; So-jia Main mil IX i ft 8AI.E 1 tr oi li St, Hrr. Vt FOR KALE A UK a4 trnlt dr-Km hoH, ' warn old ; app7 Hrarv ) mm. flai'mad St. UJli WAVTrj - Hirt ll V fr wr-.net ' r'iiTijt fw n uwt. $c Jifftnirr and -tr- hr .M; rifM v- a well mntn- uM. F. A. Ka. II Mam St M. i ' - V-T. Vt. . 1S"..1" tST-TlajTwi!r A :--d hl fin p9 -wiltKvut can. Mwn f -t M- .ii ... ; f..ft at lit ,m fi lor rrwara. Itili wmer. eligible. , C. F. McAIli.ter. Town (Icrk Wiliiamstown. Vt., O.-U 2-1, 1922. GRAMTF.VILLE Mi Msrr Vairr left Monday imri.ing f ir ritch!urg. Mass., to Ti.t r latie. Mr. sr.d Mr. 4.liH Con nd cM !rn Pit tln wi'.rnlnjr f'-r K;nnear M li. P. wbere tVy U fprnd Ue AlXaaJ -improves with use Ksw SI235 f.o.b. H.F. CUTLER & SON Opposite Fire Station. Tel. 750. Little Tramp Foiled Big Canine Foot ' pad. H wa a meek but optimistic little tramp dog. There waa hope in the tiltj of hi head as he anitfed about the rear of crocery. . Hla faith waa rewarded. Hia energetic prospecting disclosed a rar8 nugget the lean crap of a piece; of bacon. Daintly he picked it up.' Proudly he trotted out ot the vara. A burly cur a giant in comparison . .- , , i. 1. saw turn a diock away, inm nc . bristling and lips lifted viciously, the big dog flattened hmself on the ter race ana waitea. me nine g vaiuc j on confident that all the world was at peace. ! Perhaps there waa even a hint of, 1 V. 1 - Ji.nL. in hm lnf t V T T 111 ITO ' of hi head. He saw the big dog but' sensed no cause for fear. He wagged hi tail in-fe spirit of good fellowship, aa lie came up. But it takes more than a passing smile to soften the heart of a greedy; footpad. With a roar the big cur swooDed down the terrace and seized the dangling meat with a gulping snap. Then, to the astonishment of a. man across the street, the robber dropped hi. ,i,in,ir with a howl of acmy and slunk away. The little dog was nonr1 nlel bv" the whole proceeding. I The man hurried acros the atreet and examined the meat. Then be laughed loudly. The little tramp dog puzzled but polite, wagged bis tail and waited patientlv for an explanation. The man handed the meat back to him after pullttig a sharp wire price tag hold er. The little dog trotted thankfully on hi way, but discreetly vhoae a les conspicuous street. KanPa City tar. PLAINFIELD A series or whist parties for old and young will be held limit1 r the aus pices" of the grange in their hall be ginning Thursday evening. Nov. 2. Priaes will be given. Kefreshments . rved. Admission, 20c each. adv. -1 Do You Know That You Can Have the Matchless New Edison on Budget Terms Come in and Talk it Over Drown's Drug Store Tel. 630-631. We Do Dyeing FURS We steam Plush Coats We are prepared to do any kind of remodeling and re pairing of Furs and Fur Coats. We have a full line of Fur Trimmings and Linings for Ladies' and Men's Coals in stock. Work done in a reasonable length of time. All work guaranteed. Open evenings. Walter Krinovitz Tailor and Furrier. Eastman BIk, Over Littlefield's Music Store. 182 N. Main St., 'Phone 192-J. XE Don't let your insurance policy become a scrap of paper. To avoid this place your insurance in this old established agency. J. VV. Dillon lUiablu-bed 1S92, Barre, Vt., 'Phone Connections. ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES Have You Entered the Red Seal Battery Contest? If you haven H d.-rft r "P th .,.itv of a lifetime to win iT2., complete Radio Kecriving Set in stalled free in your home. oa may in one of ine iwo cm" -""t reiving et. or one oi me -1..M. a Radio Headset offered as minor prise If you are not the lurkv . winner of the nrsv prur. . ; Call i to-day for w.ntest l;teralure -ind entry blank. Perry Automobile Company Barre : i 1 j Cheese and More Cheese This is cheese time and we have the Cheese! - Imported Roquefort Cheese, per It) ...75c Imported Swiss Cheese, per tb 65c Full Cream Vermont Cheese, per lb ..... ....... . .35c Full Cream Old Cheese, per lb 40c Sage Cheese, extra nice, per lb 35c Young America Cheese, real tasty, per lb ..... .40c Kraft Cheese in 5 lb. loafs, per lb .40c Kraft Pimento, loaf, per lb . 45c Kraft Old English Cheese, per lb 45c Special price on Kraft Cheese in the 5-lb. loaf. Elkhorn Kraft Cheese in sealed cans, 7 lbs., net weight, special price, per can $2.25 Cream and Pimento Cheeses, in tinfoil 10c Red Apples for Halloween Mclntoeh Red Apples, delicious Eating, see our window. We expect more Winter Apples in baskets this week. New Vermont Clover Honey in the comb, each C5c New Strained Honey, pints, 40c; quarts 70c THE F. D. LADD CO.