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THE BAItHE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1922.
Mahogany Suggestions Spinet Desk SOLID MAHOGANY A desirable piece of furniture. Very attractive as well as useful. - . Windsor Chairs Sewing Tables Reproductions of all the old Windsor styles. Solid mahogany or birch mahogany. Copies of the original Martha Washington, Betsey Ross and oth ers. Solid mahogany. Mahogany - Rockers : In many styles with leather or tapestry cov erings. Beautiful and comfortable, Mahogany Lamps Table, floor, piano and bridge. Silk and parchment shades. Polychrome finish. Davenport Tables , 45 to ; 72 inches in length. Genuine Mahogany- and - Walnut. All styles and shapes. Gate-leg Tables - . Mahogany and Wal nut. Round or oval Solid wood or finished. All sizes. Join the Red Cross! B. W. Hooker & Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST W-TO-BATB MOTOR AMBULANCE 8EHVICB CUf ratal mo m bwM-riTn uaaulaiwai aistaaca calk at rauanaM Urm. Taiephona 7-W. Always t First to Give the Public Wt it Want. Sport srsmeo We have taken over the F. W. JACKSON COM PANY'S stock of GUNS and AMMUNITION and offer the same at BELOW MARKET PRICES! On some sizes the stock is limited so do not put off buy ing too long. ; i , IsN.B. Phelps C0.I2& Barre, Vt 'Phones 28 and 29. Hairdressing Creations Bobbed Hair and Short Dresses are 'gone. Fashion ia ever changing and the art of correct Hair Dressing plays an important part in a woman's personality. Latest creations from Paris aid greatly in concealing bobs short and straggling hairs, and thus form a neat and attractive coiffure. A few suggestions are: the Psyche puff clusters; Tec co chignons, Coronet braids; beautiful wavy switches or 6ide puffs. Whatever your taste, you can be assured of something fascinating. A select line of Toilet Preparations. Beautye Shoppe 63 North Main Street MISS FOX Tel. 203-M This is a Good Time to Use OLEOMARGARINE We have found that the brands below please most people. . Swift's Premium Oleomragarine, lb .28c Wilson's Certified Oleomargarine, lb :.2Sc Wilson's Nut Oleomargarine, lb .26c For Tomorrow's Dinner Chickens, Fowl, Lamb, Veal, Pork, Beef, Ham! Eatmor Cranberries, per quart ISc Celery, per bunch 30c Sweet Potatoes, 10 lbs. 25c Crisp Malaga Grapes, per lb 30c Breakfast Food Special Jersey Cornflakes, 3 for 25c Shredded Wheat, 2 for T. 23c Kellogg's Cornflakes 10c Gocd California Oranges, per. doz 40c The V. D. Smith Company, Inc. TALK OF THE TOWN Special fttlfl slip-on sweaters, $2.98, at Morse', Montpelier. adv. William A. Clark wan a business vis itor In South Koyalton to-day. R, L. Guyette of St. Albans was in the city yesterday on a business visit. Get your Christmas gifts at the God dard seven-cent fair. Monday niglit. adv. W L. Wood of Boston is pausing the week end in the city on a buamess visit. 1 K. E. Rousseau of St. Albans Arrived in the city yesterday on a business visit. . OHiarles H. Bimiham of East Calais was in the city yesterday and to day on business. W H. B. Perry of Waterbury visited with' his brother, Charles Perry, of this city yesterday. Frank L. Small of Eastern avenue has returned to his home after a bus iness visit to Boston. Mrs. K. D. Phelps has returned home, after a visit to relatives in Mas sachusetts and Connecticut. Miss Marjorie Ilowe of Northfltfld h pasuinR the week end visiting , with Miss Bora Aldrich of this city. Miss Marion Rasmussen of Spring field, Mass., arrived in the city yester day for a visit with relatives. Charles Collins has resumed his du ties at the Mlers barber shop, after a week's vacation spent in Boston and vicinity. ' Safety razor blades of all kindH cor rectly sharpened by new jicl,ni"t ap proved machine. Ernest Uafayetto's barbershop. adv. 1 Ask for v'Zenda" at the Littlefleld Piano Co., formerly Bailey's .MiiHic Rooms; the newest Broadway hit. Tel. 399-W. adv. ; Charles LeClair, Dr. S. W. Stewart and A. F. Burke were among those who Middlcburv to attend the foot ball game this afternoon. There was a good attendance laet ...nlnrr at the nlar. "The Deacon's Second Wife," repeated by request at the uongregauonai vest-j. Attorney General Frank C. Archi ha heen conducting an in quest here this week, has gone to his borne in Manchester to pass the week end. . . ' An opportunity to save money. Sport and dress hats. Evening, dinner and street dresses on sale Saturday, Nov. 13. At the Apparel Shoppe, Morie block. adv. o..-., J,... ..la pAmmAnnlriff Satur- day, Nov. 18. At the Apparel Shoppe, Morse block. Entire stock of hats, coats, suits, dresses, sweaters, blouses and over blouses, etc., at greatly re duced prices. adv. ir.' t,n... .,),U,l a atnrncrB liatterv department and will be pleased to call lor your oalier ior wiaici "n. We handle all make and our prices eannot be beaten. Give us a. call. i none vio-w. w jHnt Pearl and Summer streets. adv. ixwlfmon have hern liusv for the dava installine the new fire escape on the Jefferson street side tf Matliewson school 1 ne new esi-njie tntifh wl)ir and still more convenient that the old escape located on the op- fam1mr nt th Greenwood Jtacnuet club held a very enjoyable shack party at the Siayion camp on easi nui iui m an in 17 there hpinir about 25 members of the elub present. The evening was passea in a pleasant way, uiuny !nu of game and atuntw beine in order. Re freshments were served during the eve ning. Four members .of the Spaulding faculty acted as chaperones. Hunter left the city in groups this morning for their favorite haunts to pass the last few hours which the law allows In hunting deer. Report of deer shot thjs week thus far do not begin to compare with those sent in last year although in most cases the animals brought down have a good spread of horns. Very few local hunters have been fortunate enough to bring down their yearly quota and they give the absence of snow as the chief cause. Professor Dallas Lore Sharp of Bos ton university will lecture at the Con gregational church on Tuesday eve ning at 8 o'clock, Nov. 21. This will be regular meeting of the Barre Woman's club, under the direction of the education committee. Those who are familiar with Trof. Sharp's books will be glad of the opportunity of hearing him speak. The subject of ths lecture is "The) Duty to Dig." Mis Gladys Gale will add to the evening' pleasure with selections on the organ. Club member admitted on tickets; guests at ths usual price of 25c. adv. KORT1IFIELD For this week only, will cloe out few pianos left in stock st a sacrifice. Every instrument guaranteed by Bald win." Thone 203-, or write for cata logue and termp. Lamorey', 71 North Main street, Barre. adv. " Regular meet- incp f Winnrtta (-2.5 .nlltiril Vn. Irt IV of P.. will YJ held in I. O. O. F. hall, (iordnn Work, Monday evening, Nov. Stt), at 7 o'clock. Election of otlWrs. A Urge attendance is desired. ar" fALK OF THE TOWN , F. C. Evans of Burlington was a vis itor in the city this morning. E. I. Claflin of Randolph was a busi ness visitor in the city yesterday. Frederic II. Bickford of Bradfor 1 was a business visitor in the city to-lay. John Donald is enjoying a two weeks' vacation from his duties as mail car rier. Suits and overcoats all pure wool, $30, any size, any style. The Royal Tailor Man. adv. Mrs. C. A. Miller of 'South Main street left to-day for St. Johnsbury on an extended visit. D. A. Perry of the D. A. Peiry Real Estate agency was a business visitor ia Groton yesterday. - Eric Ayers of Leuoxville, P. Q., left the City hospital to-day, after receiv ing radium treatment there. , T. W. Bradley, secretary of the Barrs Board of Trade, was called to-day to his home in Bluomfield, Conn. IL William Scot returned to the city this morning from Springfield, where be has been visiting Governor Ilartness on business. Election . officers who served at the polls Nov. 7 are requested to apply at the offices of the city clerk at once as the pay checks are ready. Mrs. S. J. Graves and son, George, of Trow hill returned last night from Leominster, Muss., where tliey have been visiting for the past week. A very enjoyable card party was held at the home of Mrs. Jam Ellen wood of North Main street eavly this week when a number of , her lady friends gathered at her home. Refrcsn nients were served by the hostess din ing the evening, j MONTPEL1ER " i li in mil ' I Work is Hearing completion in the new room in which the adjutant gener al will have his private office in the State House. : The room which adjoins the main oilice formerlly was occupied by the safe. The safe was enclosed in a brick covering which measured 10 inches through tho sides and was 2V feet thick overhead. All this brick has been removed and the wall painted and whitewashed. A radiator has been Installed and new floor covering will soon be laid. An opening has liecn cut in the floor of tho main office and cement steps constructed leading to the basement of the State House where the vault is now located. The adjutant general expects to mova his new office some time during the coming week. Franklin S. Billings, lieutenant-goveror-elect, was in the city Friday. M. II. Kenyon, representative-elect from Colchester, Mrs. Kenyon and Ir ving S. Coburn of Milton, senator-elect from Chittenden county, were in the city on Friday and visited at the State House. The work of putting o nthe finish floor in the new storehouse behind the State House was begun Friday, The outside work is completed, including a cement gutter at one side of the build ing to drain water. Miss Christine Smollet left on Fri day to visit friends in Bethel over Saturday and Sunday. : Justus George W. Powers of Ver mont supreme court left on Friday for his home in Morrisville. James Brownlee left fo rMiddlebury to-day to e the Vermont-Middlebury football game. , A major in the 172nd infantry. Ver mont National Guard, is to be elected by the commissioned officer about Dtc. 1, it was stated at the office of the adjutant general on Friday. SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES Times and Places of Worship and Subjects of Sermons. Spiritualist Society The Progressive Spiritualist society will hold services .n Foresters' hull Sunday at 2 s 30 and 7 p. m. Services conducted by Rev. Effle I. Webster. '. . . . i The Church of St. John the Bap tist, Websterville Rev. A. Cyril Drumm, priest-in-charge. XXIII Trin ity. 2 p. m., Sunday school. 3 p. in., evening prayer and sermon.J The Church of the Good Shepherd Rev. A. Cyril Drumm, rector. XXIIJ Trinity. 8 a. m., (oly communision. 10:30 a. m., holy eucharist and, ser mon. 12 m., Sunday school. j First Baptist Church, Washington Services on Sunday as follows; Bible school at 2 o'clock. Preaching at 3 o'clock y Rev. ert J. Lehigh of Barre. Subject, "Indifference in Re ligion." All, are welcome. Italian Baptist Sunday School, Brook Street Missionary, Miss R. C. Brown. ; Sunday school at 3 p. m. wt us mane this a banner Sunday in offering and attendance. Come and bring some one with you. Industrial school Fri day night at 7 o'clock, Berlin Corner Congregational Church Rev. Frank Blomfleld, pastor. 10:45, morning service, with sermon by the pastor j topic, "To Whom Shall We Got" Sunday school at noon. Har vest festival and Thanksgiving serv ice next Sunday, Nov. 26., Granitewille Presbyterian Ciurch Preaching morning and evening. Bi ble school and pastor's class after the morning service, and Christian En deavor at 0:30 p. m. Junior Endeav or meets Thursday evening. Woman's missionary society next week. North Barre Mission Sunday school at 3 o'clock. Church school at 2 p. m. Junior chumi at 6:30. F. M. V. dub Tnedav at :30. Wednesday, Q. V. club hI 6:30. Miss Davis' class at 6:30 Wednesday. Thursday afternoon mother s club at 2. Friday. nignt, m 1 itala club at 6:30. Saturday, junior , league and industrial work, 2 to 4. East Barre Congregational Church !Rev. James, Ramsge, pastor. Morning (worship at 10:30. Short talk to the young on "Cheerfulnes." Sermon top lie, "Jesus the Friend of Sinners." j Christian Endeavor service at T p. m. I Topic,, "Helping Home Missions." Prayer service Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Everybody cordially invited. First Baptist Church Rev. Bert J. Lehigh, pastor. The pastor will preach on Sunday at 10:30 and 7 o'clock. Morning subject, "Indifferenea in Re ligion." Evening subject, "Running to Obtain." Bible school at 11:45. Young people's service at 0. Prayer and praise service Thursday evening at 7:30. All j are cordially inrited to worship with; us. Websterville Baptist Church Rev E. W. Church. T)ator. Morning wor ship at 10:30; subject, "The Other j Mile. evening service at ; sunjeci, "Dreams," especially interesting to young people.Bible service follows morn ing worship, with suitable classes for all. During the- week of Nor. 19-28 special evangelistic services will be held each evening at 7 o'clock. The public is urged to attend. First Church of 'Christ, Scientist Services in the American Legion hall at 10:45 o'clock a. m. Sunday; subject, "Soul and Body." The Sunday school at 12 noon. The reading room i located at No. 8 Currier building and open every afternoon from 2 to 188 N, Main St. Barre, Vt. Nash Goo The Daylight Store Gifts of Real Leather Pocket Books, Hand Bags, Vanity Cases, Purses What could be more acceptable than a gift of leather in real pin seal ooze calf imported kid, hand tooled leather, Russian calf, Persian, beaver calf, Morocco, and other high class leathers. ' ; - Many wjth sumptuous fittings, mirrors, manicure in- struments, powder puffs with cases,. watches, etc. In soft browns, buffs, grays, tans, black, and various two color effects. Scores of styles scores of shapes--scores of sizes. . ' , . For women at 98c to 12.50 For children at 25c to 2.50 6 o'clock and Monday end 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 the Christian Science literature, may be read, borrowed or purchased. Salvation Army Meetings Tuesday, 8 p. m., soldiers' meeting (private,) Wednesday, 8 p. rn., public. Thursday, & p. m., corps cadets' training class. Friday, 8 p. m public. Saturday, 2:30 p, m., girls' eewing class. Saturday, 8 p. ro., public. Sunday services Holi ness meeting, 11 a. m. Sunday school, 2 p. m. Praise service. 3 p. to. Y. P Legion, 6 p. m. Salvation meeting, 8 p. m. To these services you are in vited. Rich or poor, the S. A. is a friend to all mankind. Captain W. H. Bevan and Lieut. R. B. Tilton, officers in charge. First TJniversalist Church Rev. W. II. Skeels, minister. Morning service at 10:30 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Open Windows." Evening, at 7 o'clock, i"titratd lecture-sermon. Sixty-one beautifully colored slides. The theme is taken from the play, "Light nin'," in which Frank Bacon teaches us that there is good in so-called worthless men. Tnis will be a worth while hour'and a half for you. Sun day school teachers meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Woman's mission circle Friday, Nov. 24, with Mbi Wheelock. Boy scouts Friday evening. Congregational Church Rev. F. L. Goodpeed, pastor. At 10:30, morning worship and sermon by the pastors subject, "The Gospel of Spiritual In sight." Bible school at 12. 4:30 p. m., junior Christian Endeavor; topic, "What the Missionaries Are Doing for Turkey and Tersia." 8 p. m Y. P. S. C. E.j subject. "How Can We Help Home Mission Work!" 7, evening wor ship and address by the pastor. Sub ject, "Turkish Slaughter of the .Ar mistice." llusic by the male quartet morning and evening. Tuesday, 7 p. m., meeting of the boy scouts. Thurs day, 7:30 p. ro., midweek service. Sat urday afternoon the Philathea class will "hold a sale of food, candy and fancy articles in the church parlor. Public invited to all our services. First Presbyterian Church W. McN. Kittredge, pastor. Morning worship at 10:30, with talk to the boys and girls and sermon to adults from the theme, "Forgiveness and Tempta tion," the fourth sermon in the scries on the Lord's Prayer. Sabbath school at 12 m ; song and etor. Monday, 7 p. m., the boy scouts meet in the vestry. Many people are starving for lack of food but more ; are starving spiritually because they refuse to eat spiritual food. Why starve the soul! ou would not treat your Jody that way. fThe worship of God in our churches is a privilege. Come and join with Us in honoring God and His day by true worship. You will be welcome. Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. Bailey Gatrt Lipsky, pastor. Morning service at 10:30. Church school at 11:45. Epworth Ifague at -8 p. m. Evening service at 7. The pastor has returned from New York and Phila delphia and will occupy the pulpit again. His Morning , theme will be "The" Fufure Lies with the Youth." Evening theme, "Passing the Danger Signal." Girl scouts Monday, 7 p. m. The annual sale of the ladies of the , church begins on Tuesday afternoon and continues through Wednesday eve-! ning. Tuesday evening a chicken-pie ; supper will be served and Wednesday i evening an entertainment will be giv. ' en. Prayer meeting Thursday evening ; at 7:30. A cordial welcome awaits you at Hedding church. BETHEL NORTH CALAIS Sale: Now until Nov. 25, ladies' and children's hats; largest, best lot of season just arrived. Prices $1 up to $5. Inez Fificld, North Montpelier. adv. EAST BARRE Mrs. Elizabeth Goodale received an appointment as monitor of the fresh man class at Middlebury college. Rev. John" Kimball was elected rep rescntative from the town of Glover on a combined Republican and Democratio ticket at the recent election. He was -minister of the local Universalist church 34 years ago and lived at the present home of Dr. G. A. Best. Mrs. Robert Noble is visiting her sis ter in Boston for a week or more . r A daughter was born Nov. S at the Skinner sanatorium to Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Davis. William Edmunds and James Peltier were successful deer hunters in Barn ard. Mrs. Mary Abbott has returned from a week's visit , in Strafford. Thomas J. Lavere has been award ed a patent upon his invention of 4 flue cleaner. Only two other patents upon flue cleaners are current and Mr. Lavere'a invention is a much simpler and lew expensive article than either of them. It ia spiral and clears the chimney thoroughly from top to bot tom by a caterpillar motion. For this week only, will close out few pianos left in stock at a sacrifice Every instrument guaranteed by Bald win. Thone 203-Y, or write for cata logue and terms. Lamorey's, 71 North Main street, Barre.--adv. EAST CALAIS Sale : Now until Nov. 23, ladies' and children's hats: largest, best lot of Chicken-pie supper, Odd Fellows ' season just arrived. Trices $1 up to dining hall. Wednesday, Nov. 22; 40c 63. Inez Fifield, North Montpelier. and 23c. adv. jadv. - COAL FIVE NEW VICTOR RECORDS ON SALE TODAY 1 . lyngsvwur ill We have a limited amount of Lehigh and Lackawanna Coals in all sizes. You must remember that we will not get all the Hard Coal we want this season tmd much soft coal and wood will have to be used. We have plenty of soft coal and wood. We are offering a limited amount of Mixed Round and Second Growth Wood at $4.00. Hardwood Slabs and Edgings at $3.50. Call us up 450. Calder & Richardson, 2' I 66100 ("Three o'Clock in the Morning") John McCormack 18957 ("Nellie Kelly I Love You" American Quartet ("You Remind Me of My Mother" " Henry Burr From "Little Nellie Kelly." 18963 (Homesick" Fox Trot Taul Whiteman and His Orchestra Exhausted from Grippe Cough. L grippe coughs rack and tear the sufferer to a state of exhsution. "Would get completely exhausted from violent grippe couha," writes R. (I. Collins. Barncjrat, N. J. "Tried Foiey s Honey and Tar and the emi(rh craned entirely." l"d by three (ri-neratiotis for couph, cold and croup, throat, rhert and bronchial irritation, Foley's Honey and Tar has atood the tet of tim. Contains no opistea inrredienta printed f-n the rjr. Lart aell inff Crt'ch nwiiolns in the world, fv.ld eve rv where. adv. TOO LATE TOO CLASSI FY U05T A fv-otrk Mrit yrtlow wixh h r r martiar. m4 wnra a - Ur; MutaM rt ra , i HT LHiPoat, . S tnrtra. V V. FOl'N l A b'.wk o : prat r tmrh- rl"li r.;r mr4 't. T- S." O.iirf rn K- to ritt tor ai"r- W VTT'- ier pr.Krr; Actmjn A Mnn. eJl txrvn. t -.t TO UVT- futtif f '"" Ml. If Vir.MT aewrv IwL ITML ("All Over . Nothing At All" Fox Trot The Great White Way Orchestra 18964 ("Tomorrow" Fox Trot The Great White Way Orchestra ("You Gave Me Your Heart" Fox Trot The Great White Way Orchestra 18965 ("I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate" Fox Trot 1 The Virginians ("Gee, But I Hate to Go Home Alone" Fox Trot The Virginians Come in and hear these newest and best releases, and at the same time look over our comlete stock of Talking Machines. You will want one of our VICTROLAS in your home for the holidays. Buy NOW and secure yourself against the usual shortage at Christmas time. ' x Littlefield Piano Company, Inc. Formerly Daily's .Music Rooms, Tel. 3D9-W. THE HOUSE OF MUSIC APPLES by the Bushel New York Baldwins, Greenings, Northern Spies, Spitzenburg and ohter keeping varieties. The car is on the Central Vermont track and you can save the cost of handling if you take them at the car. Special prices in wholesale lots. Sample that Delicious Candy Cream, Molasses and Strawberry Puffs, per lb 35c Cherry, Lemon, Maple and Molasses Blossoms, per Tv ...........35c Burlingtonians, Butter Scotch Wafers and ail kinds of those famous University and Swiss Milk Chocolates. Perfection Blend Coffee, per lb 25c Boston Blend Coffee, per lb 33c; 3 lbs. $1.00. Ladd's Special Blend Coffee, per tb .-. .-. .40c Cream Puffs for Saturady. Mutton Pies, individual size, each 7c Ladd's Twin Loaf, per loaf 10c Graham Health Bread and Raisin Bread, each 10c Caked Beans and Brown Bread for Saturday. MEAT DEPARTMENT Fresh ground Hamburg Steak, per lb 15c 10 lbs. Sweet Potatoes for 25c Onions, per peck 40c; 5 lbs. small Onions 10c Fresh Celery. Lettuce, pinach and Cranberries. FISH DEPARTMENT Mackerel for broiling or baking, Saturday, tb . .20c Bull Pout, Lobsters, Scallops, Shrimp, Clams, for steaming. Finnan Haddies, fresh smoked every day. THE F. D. LADD CO.