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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES BARItE, VT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1922.
- f. TALK OF THE TOWN rK: f Mahogany Table 38 x 48 inch. Table 42 x 42 inch. Solid Mahogany tops. Prices are right. Solid Mahogany, .Birch Mahogany 'Sticks , 25c"to $1.75 each Candles V. . . . . ... . . .10c to 50c each Plain Blue, yellow, rose, , Oriental Etruscan, Tiffany, Delft. B.W. Hooker & Co. UNDERTAKERS BKST Ur-TO-DAT MOTOB AMBULANCK SEVIC CMr ratM mm as bn4riTa aadbulancs: dbtsjic cmlk at iwmUi tans. Tslsphsn T-W. Alwayi t Tint to Give the Public VTbtt it Want. KitcEep Ware Here are a few of the helpful kitchen utensils which we have in stock this week. Aluminum Teakettles . ........ .$1.00 Aluminum Percolators .$1.00 . Bread Boxes ........ $2.00 to $3.00 Aluminum Sink Strainers . . . . . . $1.00 " ' ' Wire Sink Strainers. , .... ... . . - 25 Crockery Teapots ... ...... ..35 to .80 v Brown Mixing Bowls .'. ..18 to $1.10 Brown Pie Plates . . . . ... .25 and .30 Why not replace that' wornout article with one of our quality pieces? . - mN.B. Phelps Co. Barre, Vt 'Phones 28 and 29. ac 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. 4J Calder & Richardson Ready for Your Selection Chickens, fresh dressed, per lb 3Sc, 40c Lamb Forequarters, per lb 22c; Legs 3Sc Pork Roasts, per lb 25c to 32c Beef Rib Roasts, per lb 28c to 30c Veal Pot Roasts, per lb 20c VEGETABLES Parsnips, per lb ; I 5c Celery, per bunch t 25c Sweet Potatos, 10 lbs 25c Eatmor Cranberries, quart 15c Horseradish, Relish, bottle 20c FRUIT Concord Grapes, basket ...35c Malaga Grapes, per lb 30c Pears, peck -c Grapefruit, each 15c Oranges and Bananas. DONT FORGET About those Apples at the car $3.30 A 100 lb. bag of Onions $1.90 and $1.25 Our fresh ground Peanut Butter, lb A loaf of Raisin, Graham or White Bread. The W. D. Smith Suggestion - Solid Mahogany, Colo nial William and Mary. Also Martha Washington, solid mahogany. Grand Rapids Nickel . .r. .$5.50 Grand Rapids Jap ...... . .$4.75 Standard .......... ....v. $4.75 ,1 .25c i U Company, Inc. Cafeteria wippor. Whore? Biptlst church. Wlion adv. Garage room for one car to rent. 123 Washington street; tel. 044 -MT adv. William Sexton of Boston wiu a business vltdtor in the city yesterday. Rev. E. W. Church of Hurlinirtoh it panning a visit with friends in the city. For plumbing and heating, callJames McLeod, 123 Orange street. Tel. 823-W. adv. ' A large assortment of apples at a low price, at Marchetti's Fruit store. adv. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Magoon left to day for a week's hunting trip in Vic tory. ; It will absolutely "stop the tickle" Drown's cough syrup 35c a bottle. adv. Richard Strong of East Haverhill, N. II., arrived in the city yesterday to be employed. , , Wouldn't it be better to buy your piano of H. A. Gould than to wish you had? adv. Maybelle Stacy of this city arrived home last evening from Manchester, N. H., after a visit there. Roman punch and grape cordials with the real old flavor, per pound 45c, at Marchetti's Fruit store. adv. Mrs. .Myrtie Bugbee, who has been visiting with friends and relatives in the city, left to-day for Charlestown, N. H. , , . Just received a large shipment of the latest' Broadway song btts, 25o per copy. Littlefield l'iano Co., formerly Bailey's Music roomB. adv. This is local headquarters for Vic trolas and Victor records. We have them all. Llttlerleld Piano Co., for merly Bailey's Music rooms. adv. Hugh Bailey and Ray Gregoire of this city left on the early train this morning for Wardsboro, where they will pass the next two -weeks in the woods hunting for deer. Jerry F. Donahue has sold his farm in South Barre, known as the Charles Perrin farm, to John Anderson, who is moving his household effects from Canada, and will take immediate pos session. Mr. Donahue has moved to the house located at 128 South Main street. , Mrs. C. C. Rollins wa given a very pleasant surprise last evening when on returning from a friend's house, where she had been invited to take supper, she found her home filled with friend and sisters and brothers of S. V. camp and Auxiliary to remind her of her 50th birthday. After spending a so- rti'al .vninf, refreshment wprn ftprved of cake and coffee, after which Mrs, -. . . r t 1 1 .. I L. 11. iwagoon in oenan cu xu emu pany presented Mrs. Rollins a purse of money and beautiful gifts. On re turning to their homes, they wished Mrs. Rollins many happy returns of the day. East Montpelier Musical Convention. Programs are being distributed for the 23d annual muiucai convention to be held at village hall, East Montpel ier, Friday, Nov. 10. Rehearsals will take place at 10:30 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Friday with closing concert tot f) p. m. The evening program will bel "The Promised Lovers" (Sur.1o)t "Cradle Song" (W. Macfarren); "Sol diers' Chorus" (Gounod); "The Lark st Morn" (Louis Oarme) ; , "Carmena Waltz" (H. L. Wilson); "How Lovely Are the Messengers" (Mendelssohn). Admission to concert 25c and 60c, tux paid. Admission to rehearsal and solos bv artists 25c. Dinner tickets 50c. Chorus seats free for singers who sin at rehearsals and concert. V. V. Dudlev. conductor, to whom credit is due for these annual musical events, has been fortunate in securing soloists of more than ordinary abiiity, they being: Mrs. John Walker, so prano. East Montpelier; Mrs. F. H. Bellows, contralto. Richford; Walter Lance, tenor, Plainfield; Perley Pitkin, baritone. Montpelier. H. D. Hopkins of Montpelier is the reciter and Mrs. K. L. Cleaves, also of Montpelier, in accom panist. A cordial invitation is extended to all those interested in good music. W i n n e 1 1 a ItS" council, No. JO, "s.a3 of P., win ,,'CiJ9,, hold their regu lar meeting in Odd Fellows' hall, Gor don block, Monday evening, Nov. 6, at 7 o'clock sharp. Please note change of hall. They also extend a special in vitation to the Ked Men ana uieir wives to meet with them for a social hour Monday evening, Nov. 6, at S o'clock, in the Odd Fellows' hall, Gor don block. Refreshments will be served. Let all who poSHibly can, come. Members of Iroquois tribe. No. 1, are invited by j Winnetta council, No. 10,: D. of P., to an aftr-mpet-j Ing social on Monday eve- j ning at 8:30. Supper and entertainment. Each Red Man may, bring his wife or lady friend only. m iii iffl m i 1 The Rexall Store November Money 25c Klenzo Tooth Paste 50c Jonteel Cold Cream .jOc Mentholin Balm 33c $1.25 Peptona; 25c Rexall Orderlies, both for $1.23 35c 4-oz. Rose Water and Glycerine 19c S1.00 Puretest Mineral Oil, Russian Type . . 79c $1.75 Monogram Hot Water Bottle, guaranteed 1 year . 11.19 75c Maximum Dressing Comb 49c 25c Tubes Zinc Oxide Ointment 15c 50c Nitrate Magnesia 33c 60c Lord Baltimore Tinted Stationery! 4 tints . .39c 30c Marshmallow Cream 23c 75c Whole Cherries in Cream, in boxes 49c 65c Chocolate Covered Fruit Fudge, lb 43c 45c Quick Acting Plasters 39c The Red Cross Pharmacy Barre Rexall Store TALK OF THE TOWN Bobert Emmett of Lynn, Mass., was a visitor, in the city yesterday. E. W. Crannell of Burlington was a business visitor in the city yesterday. Harry Brusa of Northfleld was in the city yesterday afternoon on a business visit. J. R. MacKinnon of MHford, Mi., is passing a short business visit in umj city. : . V1 H. W. Varnum of Jcffersonville ar rived in the city to-day on a business visit. . R. S. Throehcr and Hale K. Darling of Chelsea were in the city to-day on a business visit. Peppermint patties, 34 per pound, $1.35 pr rive-pound box, at Marchetti's Fruit store. adv, William Matthews of Worcester, Mass., was in the city yesterday on a slort business visit.. Fred Fisher of Averill street left yesterday for,Whittier, Cal., where he will spend the winter. i Dr. F. X. Z. Archambault of Mer chant street left to-day for Montreal for & visit with relatives. James K, Anderson of Maple ave nue left the city yesterday for Spring field, Mass., to be employed. Miss Hilda Dubie of this city was in Hardwick last evening, where she acted as pianist for Jacob's orches tra, ,: " Over 1,000 of your thoughtful neigh bors have purchased their pianos of H. A: Gould, C8 Spaulding street. There's a reason. adv. Just received a large shipment of the latest Broadway song bits, 25c per copy. Littlefleld Piano Co., formerly Bailey's Music rooms. adv. You can't beat this a hot water bottle or fountain syringe with a two year -. guarantee against imperfection at Drown'a Drug store, adv. George Diener of Indianapolis, Ind., a well-known granite retailer, returned to his home yesterday, after a visit with manufacturers in this city for the pat week. Mrs.' Paolini , Casselini and son, Jo seph, returned to the city this morn ing from Boston, where they have been passing a two weeks' visit with rela tives and friends. Carl Lundholm, coach ,at Spauldin high school, left to-day for Durham, N. H.. in order to be present at the New Hampshire State-Vermont football game there to-day. Mr. Lundholm i a New Hampshire State college grad uate. (' . - . : , ' - A good crowd was in attendance at the K. of C. dance held in the Scam pini block last evening and a pleasing sum taken in at the ticket stand en couraged the committee in charge to run future affairs of the same kind. Rebekahs' public dance, I. O. O. F. hall, Montpelier, Monday night, Nov. 6, 8:15 to 12. Music by Ted Law son's new orchestra, composed of Norwich students. Admission 83e centa a cou ple, including war tax; extra ladies, 17 cents. Remember the good time we used to have. adv. Interest in the Legion-Fort Ethan Allen football game called at Lincoln campus this afternoon has increased greatly in the past few days for a little investigation has proved the fort boys to be a formidable eleven. The local boys have their backers, how ever, anil in view of their past per formers it looks a though they would "bring home the bacon." The Goddard football team left this rriorning for Burlington, where it will meet the University of Vermont sec ond team this afternoon. Becaue of injuries received in last Saturdays game, DrUcoll will probably not take part In the game, but Coach Wilson has enough backfield substitutes .so that he ought to be able to fill the breach. Eighteen men were taken on the trip, and they were accompanied by Coach Mowlcs. At a meeting of the board of trus tees of the Washington county tuber culosis hospital, held yesterday, it was voted to purchaso the property of John J. Bowles, which is situated near the hospital. The house will be converted into a nurse dormitory and wjll be used solely for that purpose for the present. Redfield Proctor, Republican nominee for governor, was a visitor at the hospital yesterday, and expressed himself as !eing favorably impressed with the work that the honpital is do ing. 'I Hunters are fast leaving the city for the backwoods district to gt into camp for the opening of the season when the law declares that the nim ble deer must protect himself for a period of two weeks. Lat evening there were three large parties leaving by motor for the northern woods to settle down and wait for the dawn of Monday morning and this morning several more parties started for near by camps. Since the law allows only bucks to lie ohot this year and there i no snow for tracking on the greund the total of deer shot will no doubt be small. Saving Specials 19c .39c 9 SUNDAY SERVICES AT WE CHURCHES Timet and Places of Worship and Subjects of Sermon. Spiritualist Society The Progressive Spiritualist society will hold services .n Foresters' hall Sunday at 2:30 and 7 p. m. Services conducted by Rev. Eflie I, Webster, Church of St, John the Baptist, Websterville Bcv. A. " Cyril Drumm, priest-in -charge. XXI Trinity. 2 p. m, Sunday school. 3 p. m., evening pray er and sermon. ' Church Of the Good Shepherd Rev, A. Cyril Drumm, rector. XXI Trinity. 8 a, m., holy communion.' 10:30 a. m., holy eucharist and aermon. 12 m., Sunday school. First Baptist Church, Washington Bible, school at 2 o'clock; preaching by Bert J. Lehigh of Barre at 8; subject, "Not Unclothed But Clothed Upon." Everybody cordially, Invited to the service. . , , Italian Baptist Sunday School, Brook Street Missionary, Miss R. C. Brown. Sunday school at 3 p. m. Let us make this a banner Sunday ifi offering and attendance. Come and bring someone with you. Industrial school Friday night at 7 o'clock. . Berlin Corner Congregational Church Rev, Frank Blomlield, pastor. 10:45, morning service, followed by the com munion. Topic of address by the pas tor, "The Cost of the Church." Sun day school at noon. The quarterly offering for missions Is taken Sunday. Graniteville Presbyterian Church Preaching morning and evening. Bible school and pastor's class after monir ing service. Christian Endeavor serv ice at 0:30 p. m. Consecration meet ing. . Workers' conference after eve ning service. Junior Endeavor Thurs day evening. East Barre Congregational Church Rev. James Ramage, pastor. Morn ing service at 10:30. Sermon by the pastor and Bhort talk' to the young, followed by communion service. All the members of the church are request ed to be present. Church school at noon. Christian Endeavor service at 7 p. m. Prayer service Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. All cordially in vited. First Baptist Church Rev. Bert J. Lehigh, pastor. Residence 27 Franklin street. The pastor will preach on Sun dav at 10:30 and 7 o'clock. Morning subject, "Not Unclothed But Clothed. Upon." Evening subject, "Overcnmers." Bible school at 11:45. . Young people's service at 8. Prayer and praise serv ice Thurduy evening at 7:30. Every one cordially invited to worship with us. j ' First Presbyterian Church Rev, W. McN. Kittredge. pastor. Morning worship at 10:30, with story-sermon to the children and adult sermon from the theme, "The Coming of the King dom," the second siVmon in the aeries on the Lord's prayer. Sabbath school at 12 m. C. E. at 6 and evening wor ship at 7, with sermon by the pastor. Monday at 7 p. m. the boy scouts In the vestry. A cordial welcome to the public to worship with us. Come and bring your friends. Firat Church of Christ, Scientist Service in the American Legion hall at 10:45 o'clock a. ro. Sunday; subject, "Adam and Fallen Man." Sunday ool at 12 noon. Tha reading room i located at No. 8 Currier building and opeTP every afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock and' Monday and Saturday nights from 7 to 9. All are cordially invited to attend all services and visit the reading room, where the works of Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, together with th Christian Science literature, may be read, borrowed or purchased. rnnirrfftinn1 Church Rev. F. L. Goodspeed, pator. At 10:30, morning worship and brief aermon on "Life Transfigured"; sacrament of the T-nrrTa minner. Bible school at noon. 4:30 p. m.. meeting of the Junior C. E., topic, " What Miouin vva jrray ion h m neninr Y. P. S. C E.. sub ject, "Better Thinking" (This is con secration meeting). J p. m., womnip and sermon by the paator, subject, MTjittniii on the Road to Jericho." Muic morning and evening by a male quartet. .Monday, i i:au p. m., im SHEET MUSIC How about some new popular music. We have just re ceived a large shipment of the latest Broadway Song Hits. Among them are the following: "Can You Forget?" "Dixie Highway" - "All Over Nothing At Air "You Remind Me of My 3Iother" - From "Little Nellie Kelly." . "When the leaves Come Tumbling Down" "All For the Love of Mike" "Tricks" . , "Two Little Wooden Shoes" From "Spice of 1922" "For the Sake of Auld Lang Syne" "Truly" ' "Nellie KeUy, I Love You" From "Little Nellie Kelly." "You Gave Me Your Heart" REMEMBER: We are offering all Popular Sheet Music at 25c PER COPY. Come in and make your selections. Our stock is COMPLETE. McKINLEY EDITION v and EDITION BEAUTIFUL 15c per copy. Littlefield Piano Co., Inc. (Formerlr Bailey Music Rooms) Tel. 399-W. 'THE HOUSE OF MUSIC 188 N. Main St. Barre, Vt. . Regular prices 1.59 and 1.75 each Heavy winter weight fleeced garments in two styles Dutch neck, elbow sleeves, ankle and high neck, long sleeves, ankle. There are all sizes in the lot from 36 to 44. All are perfect goods. , 79c and 89c Fleeced Vests for 59c Also made by the celebrated "Forest Mills" In two styles high neck, long sleeves and Dutch neck, elbow sleeves. Heavy weight, fleeced for winter wear. t ' Philathea class will hold their month ly business meeting and social with Mrs. dough, 44 Nelson street. Tues day, 6:45 p. m., the Willheha camp fire girls will meet with their guardian, Miss Dorothy Averill. Wednesday aft ernoon there will be a quilting party a t the church j ladies please come early. Thursday, 7:30 p. m., midweek service. The autumn sale and supper by-the Woman's association will be held Nov. 14 and 15. We welcome strangers, visitors and friends to all our services. Salvation Army Meeting Tuesday, 8 p. m., soldiers' meeting (private.) Wednesday, 8 p. m., public. Thursday, t p. m., corps cadets' training class. Friday, S p. m., public. Saturday, :30 p. m., girls' sewing class. Saturday, 8 p. m., public. Sunday services Holi ness meeting, 11 a. n. Sunday school, 2 p. m. Praise service, 3 p. ra. Y. P. Legion, 6 p. m. Salvation meeting, 8 p. m. To these servtces you are in vited, Rich or poor, the S. A. is a friend to all mankind. Envoy and Mrs. J, W. Sykes, officers in charge. First Universalist Church Rev. W. II. Skeels, minister. Sunday morning sermon topic, "All 8ouls Belong to God." The evening service will be es pecially attractive as Mr. Skeels will give the first of a series of illustrated lectures , on the great New York dramas, with colored slides. To-morrow evening's subject will be "The Servant in the House," the Christian message being "What Christ would do for church and home if He were made the real spirit in both." Usual week night meetings. Sunday school at 12 m. The choir is prepairing a cantata to be given the second Sunday in De cember. , ' Redding Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. Bailey Gatzert Lipsky, pastor. Morning service at 10:30, at which Rev, A. II. Webb of Montpelier will preach. Church school at 11:45. Ep worth league at p. m. Evening serv ice at 7- Mrs. Daisy Bulkley will be the speaker at the evening service. Mrs. Bulkley Is a gifted woman and will bring a message concerning our churches' work in the south, she her self being a product of our mission schooL Girl acout meet at the church at 7 sharp Monday night. Coma dressed for basketball practice. Boy scouts Tuesday evening at 6:30. Pray er meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Entira Family Had "Flu." 'Keep right on using Foley' Honey and Tar. It will give quick relief,' sail v.. Hnrtnr when the entire family had the flu.' Never saw anything wn good," writes Sirs. A. n. uriinin, jvnure.w, Ind. Neglected coughs and colds oftea lead to serious complications. Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick relief. Fee from opiates (inPre(1''nt printed on the wrapper). Largest selling cougrt medicine in the world. Sold everywhere. adv. Nash Co Another lot of "Forest Mills" Fleeced Union TALK OF THE TOWN Alma M. Erickson arrived in the city last' evening, after a visit to Spring field, Mass. A nieeting-t)f the board of directors of the Barre Woman's club will be held in Aldrich hall Monday evening, Nov. 0, at 7:30. The mature judgment of Gould's f0 years' experience of handling musical instruments goes with every sale. Think it over. adv. Fancy articles, candy, aprons, reed serving trays and a big variety of bas kets all on sale at the Baptist church Wednesday afternoon and evening.--adv. ; TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY LOST Week ago Thursday between the Graniteville Dostofflce and Peter Murphy's house, a squirrel choker; finder pleas rf- J turn to' Agnes Carey at the poetofflce. Gran- i itcville.. J ltS WANTpDReTiabia pianist, clarinetist, alto, aaxaphone player and violinist to eom pleta the Great Eastern Orchestra ; ai,ly , at 0 Merchant street. Mr. Bianchi. lit US' l WANTpD Bed aetUr; at Jonea Bros. Co. steamy spui? . j . ; v. . I 186tf Good Trades for Saturday Large Stock of Native Spring Lamb Legs Lamb, per lb .-"2c Forequarter Lamb, whole, per lb .20c Lamb Chops, per lb ....45c Roasting Chicken, per lb 43c Fowls 38c Cottage Ham, home-cured, per lb 2Sc Boneless Smoked Shoulder, per lb .23c Pork Roasts, per lb -25c, 28c, 30c Veal Pot Roasts, per lb 18c Roast Veal, per lb ............... . . . 35c Heavy Western Beef Roasts .35c Fresh Tripe, per lb . 18c Beef Sausage, per lb 10c, 3 lbs. .. 25c Native Lettuce, Celery, Parsnips and Squash. Grocery Department 10 lbs. Sweet Potatoes .".23c 4 lbs. Popcorn 23c 2 pkgs. Monadpock Mincemeat 23c No. 3 cans Pumpkins , 18c Seeded Raisins 18c; 6 pkgs for $1.00 Evaporated Peaches, per lb 23c Can Raspberries .28c; 4 cans $1.00 Can Bluebrrries, per can . 23c No. 3 cans Pineapple, broken slices 35c No. 2 cans Grated Pineapple . 25c Blue Label Catsup, per bottle 30c 10 lbs. A and A A Meal 45c 10 lbs. Rolled Oats 40c 3 lbs. Rice i 2c 10 lbs. Cornmeal 3,c 3 packages Kellogg Corn Flakes 25c 2 packages Shredded Wheat.. 25c 2 lbs. Ginger Snaps 25c Houghton & Robins Real Values at LadcTs v. Granulated Sugar, at the store, per lb VAc Split Peas, yellow Ox green, at the store, 3 lb 5 ...25c Yellow-eve or Pea Beans, per lb .10c Minrempat. in bulk, readv to use. per lb .20c Popcorn that pops, per lb Don't forget to try some Grapefruit, each Florida Oranges are here. New Dates, per lb 15c Cream Puffs for Saturday Graham Health Bread, large loaf 10c Raisin Bread ....10c Rye Bread - 12c Ladd's Twin Loaf, anywhere in the city 10c Try a Pie with home made filling, each 18c Saturday Meat Special Smoked Shoulder, 7 to 10 lts. each, lb 17c Rib Roasts Western Beef, per lb 35c Legs of Native Lamb, per lb ,.35c 10 rbs. of Red Star Sweet Potatoes 23c Lard Compound, in bulk, per lb 15c FISH DEPARTMENT Plenty of Fresh Mackerel for Saturday. Oysters, Shrimp, Lobsters, Clams, Scallops, Salmon, Sword fish, Halibut and our own make Finnan Haddies. THE F. D. LADD CO. The Daylight Store Suits L09T--Frtday, Nov. S. a pair of load bowed' and rimmed grlagsea, on Merchant.) Main or Washington streets ; finder, plean.f communicatwlth J!86.M. J98t4 LOST Heavy blue sweater with collar, att Lineojn campua Oct. 28th; finder plaf return Jo the Time ontce: revnaro. ijsii WANTErkrYouwr married man for genera work in irranit munufacturera ofllca ;i on With xnerinei preferred ; addreaa P. O.j Box 42v. Barre, Vt. 1'nl WANTEDapable enirineer for firing- boil er and enre of ateam eosaoremor : steadi work far right man ; irood ix room tenement now available at plant 5 Jonea Broa. Co. lUStfi WAJnTPA'lriri for general houaework I one who can room at home: apply to Mri John Anderson, 110 South Main atreat. Tel. 717-R. 8t WANTED An alert buaineaa getter: 10,000j mile guaranteed new eord tires at prices) k.ln. fl .nmnlUnn - X-lualv lOCA.1 teTlM tory; lJiC.OO and commission; SMITH SYS TEM CORD TIRE CO., U08 8. MICHIGAN. rmcAfiO. 18U WHEN YOU WANT Goes wall paper, wall board and plastic board, also farm and gar den seed call 174-W ; John T. Cailagban, 44 Park street. J98U housework by the day ; write to "E," care Times oi- nee. ' ; m iaT . TO "TtENT Two small modern tenements ; one upstairs and one down, Mrom .. ! 1 . ... ianJ fn, n- in tnnutrs al Airs. , icj,vj i,,fi,e 1 B. Q. McDonnell. Tel. 10. 6c, 5 lbs 2oc j of that Cheese. .10c; two for 23c ,