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xliK iiAiUtii UAiLV. iiAxiivi:, Vi ViiUilSDAV, DKCEMUKU 7, 1922.
v ESTABLISHED 1886; thestore Where quality counts ristmas Gift Woman Likes i ACh ' ' y Every fl Silk , If I : 4 f Hosiery Every feminine; lover of nice things has a never-ending Christmas hope in Silk Hosiery. Our Christmas Hosiery is especially delightful and satisfactory. They re all here in end less variety and beautysilk stockings re nowned for their quality, durability and per fect fit. VanRaalte-Phoenix-Gordori Leyton and Wayne Knit So varied are the kinds here on display that everyone's taste can be gratified. So wide is the range of prices, no one need spend more tfan they wish. i $1.50 up to $3.50 a pair Hosiery Purchased for Christmas Giving will be Packed Boxes. in Gift TALK OF THE TOWN . Choice selection of Christmas cards at Drown' Drug store. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Swinson of Northfield. were visitors in the city yes terday. Middlebury college glee club, Quarry Bank hall, Tuesday evening. Dee. 12, S o'clock. Club members admitted by ticket; public 35c. Tickets at Drown's. adv. TALK OF THE TOWN Get a Christmas evergreen basket at O. E. S. fair Dec. 8, Quarry Bank hall. adv. ' . NORTH MONTPELIER See Marie Prevot in "A Parisian Scandal," also a good two-reel com edy Monday, Dec 11, adv. , Books Are Suitable Christmas Gifts r Newest Fiction, Reprint Fiction, AH Kinds of Coys' and Girls Hooks, Gift Books of Poems and Standard Authors, Children's Picture - Hooks and Painting Books, Mother Goose - Rhymes and the Popular Series. Marthas Book Store llS North Main Street. We Are Showing Some Very Suitable Gifts for the Holidays The prices are reasonable and the goods will ap peal o you. The TALK OF THE TOWN Food sale, Quarry Bant hall Friday afternoon at O. L. S. fair. adv. A useful gift, a Star electric vibrator, $5 and $12.50 at Drown' Drug store. adv. Window ventilators, fresh air with out draft, dust, snow, rain or germ. 8adlier, outfitter, 10 Keith avenue. adv. Get in on the good time. Attend the nurses' dance in Quarry Bank hall on Wednesday, Dec. 13. Carroll's orches tra. adv. S Mrs. Robert O'Neill returned this morning to her home in White River Junction, after a visit with friend in O'raniteville and at the home of Miss Yvonne Vilodeau on South. Main treet. Over 200 members of the Order of Santera Star attended the supper giv,n by the men of Ruth chapter, So. 3;, O. I K. n., at the Masonic hall last evening. Following the supper, official inspection was made by Mrs. Mary S. Maclcny, D. 1). G. M.t and Fred Davis, D. 1. G. 1'., of Northfield, and degree weia con ferred upon three candidates. Mrs. Jessie Miller, grand lecturer, of Wal lincford, Mrs. Nellie M. Smythe, grand matron, of St. Johnsbury, and Arthur C. TUden, grand patron, were eallod upon for brief remarks. Among the distinguished guests at the meet ins; were Mrs. Alida Dunham, paat grand matron; Mrs. Edith Tilden, grand electa; Kdward Prouty of Montpelier, past grand patron, and Mrs. Goldie Da vis of Northfield, grand representative of I'tah. There were also large delega tions of officer and members prent from the Naomi chapter of NortltnVld. the Hon Jloms chapter of Montpelier and the, Charity chapter of Williama town. A very successful supper and sale was held in the Hnpti-t church last evening, nearly 150 being served to bounteous repait of chicken-pie and other dishes. Mrs. F. A. Hutehin-on, president ol ttie ladies aid, found a TALK OF THE TOWN Miss .Bertha Tierce of Shirley, Mass. arrived in the city to-das for a visi with friends and relative. Seven wonders .of the world I thrill of a lifetime, Blueberry Corner Dec. 8, Quarry lianlc halL a Iv. Amerioo Bcrini ha returned from Xew lork City, where lie has been em ployed for the past three months. Mrs. James Leslie of Philadelphi arrived in the city last evening for visit with her mother, Mrs. James Scott, of .Merchant street. Basketball suit were given out res tcrdrtv to the following candidates for the Spaulding high school basketball team: atkms (captain), Burke Woodcock,' Abiatti, Smith, Howie. The first issue of the Goddard Ree ord for this school year was placed in the hands of the students yester day. The paper is run on the same lines this year as It has been in the past and is very well written up, The Goddard seminary civics rlasa, under the supervision of H. J. Mowles, visited the fire station yesterday for the purpose of inspecting the fi-e tight ing apparatus there. Chief Heney very kindly showed them through the sta tion and gave them a short talk. The cast for the "District School." Quarry Bank hall Friday. Dec. 8, is as follows: School committee , Chairman Perkins Fred Kempton Smith . ....Mavo LvnJe Mrs. Billaker Mrs. Bruce Applicants Miss Dashawav Mrs. Christina Newcomb Miss Belinda- Sharpe Mrs. Henrietta Lillie Miss Sally Simple Misa Lillian Roberts Tler.ekiah Pendergrass. . .George Wager N-holars Susan Crowfoot. . .'.Mr. Etta Bennett BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922. ' The Weather. Snow and warmer to-night; Friday snow or rain and warmer; increasing cast and southeast winds, probably be coming strong. 7 TALK OF THE TOWN Mrs. H. A. Potter has returned home after visiting relatives in Roxbury, Send vour rummage to Congregation al church Friday afternoon. Sale Sat urday. adv. ' The Gutusi Westminster guild meet to-iiitht at 7 o'clock at the hoin of! Mary Morgan. Mrs. Baer of Academy street has re- I turned from a visit -with mends :n 'Rhode Island. Blueberry Corners school will begin promptly at 7:30 p. m., Quarry Bank halt Dec, 8. adv. Regular meeting of North Star lodge, Swedish OrdeT of Vasa, Saturday, Dts. 0, at 7:30 p. in. Election of olficcrs. In the ' list of new officers for Clan Gordon the name of James McLeod as past chief was inadvertently omitted. . We have two slightly used Edison phonographs that are . real -bargains. Must be sold at once. , Drown's Drug store. adv. The Clara Barton guild will meet with Mrs. J .Ward Carver Friday eve ning at 7:30. Please bring your Christ mas sewing. . , Rheumatics? Try a ' two-weeks' treatment of Rheuma and get well. E. A. Drown will 'return your money if you are not eatistied. adv. -Regular meeting of the I. 0. O. L., M. V.. in K. of P. hall Friday eve nine. i)ec 8. at 7 o'clock sharp. Pink degree and election of oflicers. Christmas orders taken . for home made Scotch shortbread. Orders must be in before Dec. 20. Mrs. M. Smith, 8 Laurel street or "phone 243-M. adv, . Would like to arrange basktlall datea with teams in this vicinity. Send your open dates. W. W. Beattie, man ager of Co, F basketball team, Sorth field. adv. Have . your tieavy rubber footwear yuleaniietl now and be prepared for the season ahead. Work guaranteed to stay. J. J. Hastings, 371 North Main street. adv. The best place to take your battery is tr the battery specialists. They al ready have over a hundred batteries and that shows that everybody likes the work done at Oliver's Battery sta tion. d v. -.BOPS' C, SERVICE SATISFACTION New BnnMHty Epitomises in attractive silver holly boxes make most acceptable gifts. This new lo't we have just opened, fresh from the makers, fine tailored; the last word in style, will be surely appreciated. v And priced so reasonably at $2.50. , Then, there are the . ' ' ; Maunui Msitile WaiMs of finest Dimities trimmed with real hand made lace and - fine drawn work. Several styles to choose from, all at $3.50. t UWIOW DRY GOODS CO. Lee hard tak on her hands in feeding all j Mehitable Jones. Mrs. Florence Mack.iy those who eame and it was only by fine co-operation that the table were so promptly set and reset. In connec tion with the supper, the annual sale was also held in the chnreh vestry, all the booths being attractively trimmed in various hues of crepe pa per and JTiry were well pstroniied. Thoe in chjrge of the booths were at follows: Fsneywork (Philathea) class), Mrs. Harry Bradley; candy (ladies aid and rhilathea class). Mrs. Mary Jones and Mrs, Emma Grierson; domestic booth (ladies' aid), Mrs. Frank McWhorter Co. Matilda Billings Miss F.na Adi Jemsha Dickson. ..Miss Phyllis Vercoe Davida Soobbs Misa Edna Suitor Wilhemina Crowfoot. Mi Ruth Wylie Sally Brawn Mr. Edna Mower IVircaa Doolittle. .Mis Bella Patterson Samantba Piper Miss Caroline Anderson CWinda Gayer Miss Alice Averv Faithful Snooks. ..Misa Teresa Djncan Bobby O'Lee Leroy Smith Luther Brown IV. Roscoe Averv Sim Dipsey Harold Batvtrttt Obcdiah Buward. .. .Arthur Backinore Mmufi nooas ira 0'i:fn ....John Leila The pictures for the sermon-lecture on "the inside 01 ine cup, wiutn failed to reach here in time for use at the Universalist church on Nov. 21, as advertised, have come and will be shown next Sunday evening. This will be one of the finest set of stereopticon slides ever shown in Barre. You w enjoy and profit by thi service. adv, Don't forget the Christmas sale to be held by the Episcopal, ladies in the Le gion hall Thursday afternoon and Ct 30 in the evening and be sure to see Lady Spindle and Lady Dwindle in "Mrs. Willis' WilL" Miss Lillian Rob erts will also give reading and there will be a piano selection by Miss Rossi. Admission in the evening, 15c. adv, A miscellaneous shower was tendered Miss Florence Nichols last evening at her, home on Elmore street by about 40 of her friends. The rooms were prettily decorated with Christmas col or and the evening was spent in play ing game and dancing. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. The bride-to-be received many useful gifts of linen, cut glass and silver. Ibe party broke up at a late hour, wishing Miss Nichol many year of happiness. She is to marry Wilfred Abare of this city. At Cobble Hill grange Tuesday night the following oflicflrs were elected to serve for the ensuing yeart Master, Mrs. D. C. Roben; overseer, Claude Partridge; lecturer, Mrs. Ben Batchel der; teward, D. C. Roben; A. S., Will Nelson; chaplain, Mrs. F. F. Bradbury; treasurer, E. E. Perry; secretary, A. W. Robinson; gatekeeper, Reginald Sta-'y; Ceres, Mrs. Clara Nelson; Pomona, Mrs. Collins Dafhne; Hora, Mrs. James Di.kie; L. A. S., Mrs. Will Nelson; pi anist, Helen Partridge; reporter, Mrs Mcrtie Winter. The next meeting wi'l lie Dec. 19. At this meeting will be a Christ mss tree. Each person who iconics is requested to bring one present n't to exceed ten cents in value and they wili receive a present. The Ooddard Glee club, assisted by Miss Betty Brown, gave a very de lightful concert In the Quarrv Rank hall last evening before a good-sized crowd. There was a large variety of musical number and all were well re ceived.. The program for the evening was as follows: "The Star and Stripes" (Snusa), fllee club; "Chan son indoue (Kiskv KorsakowV "The Star" (Rogers!, and "How the Butterfly Came," composed by Mary Lease, all rendered bv Miss Betty Brown; "A Medley of Songs," Glee club; "The Rosary" male quartet; The Stein Song," Wee club; "The Barefoot Boy" (Wiggcrs), Henry Sweeney and club;"One, Two, Three, Four" (Steavens), William Mitchell and club; "Down Mobile" and "Cock Rob- entire Glee club; reading, "Dat Merirano Girl" and "Cow," Oeorge Davis; "Clang of the Forge," Hildrcth Martin: "Halleluiah," Leo Ash more and club; "Football Song." Glee club; "Old Bill Oliver," Francis Luck and rhsh; "A Little Close Harmony" (OHara), male quartet; "Aloha Oe," Edward Bailey and club; "A Ixing Time Ago" (Sargent), tleorge Hurler and club; "Old I'nele Moon" (Sotti Glee rluh; Jewel song from "Kanst," Miss Brown; a a finale, "The Red and White" and "Forward Goddard." The concert was under the direction of Miss Brown, with Miss Mary lae as accompanist. After the hall had leen leared of chairs, dsncing followed un it an earlr hour with Jacob's orcbes- ra fnrnii-hing music TALK OF THE TOWN f1 OOI TV For plumbing and heating call James McLeod, 123 Orange street adv. Where can you get so much, fun for ten cent as at Blueberry Coiiicrs school? Quarry Bank hafl Dec. 8. adv. A handy man: Do you need one for' odd jobs in carpentering, mending and painting? If so telephone F. E. Skin ner, 206-W, Barre. adv.. We will call for your battery and put it-in winter storage. Expert at tention at reasonable prices. Kelly A. Nelson, Main street garage, Tel. 770. adv. Batteries should be well taken cars of during the winter. We are prepared to give expert attention 'at reasonable price. Tel. 770 and we will call for yours. Kelly & -Nelson, Alain street ga rage. adv. f Robert V. N. Davis and George Ben son, Rutland sportsmen, helped from tJie Chittenden reservoir a doe which had1 swam so far as to be exhausted, and ft rim of ice which broke a soon as the animal touched it, added further to its discomfiture. It wti so nearly dead , it had to be lifted bodily out of the water into a boat and had lost the ue of its hind feet so that it made no attempt-to fight its rescurers After a time it recovered and hoped a,way, RANDOLPH A daughter was born at Attleboro, Mass., December 2 to Rev. and Mr. John Dorrance, named Elaine 'Annie. The mother will be remembered here as Bertha Carpenter, and the child is Uie granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Carpenter. Mrs. G. A. Chedcl and Robert Chedel, who have been in Burlington for several day with Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Flint, re turned home on Wednesday and are now at the Chedel house on School street. Mrs. Earl Ilibbardiof Windsor, who has been at South Koyalton witJi rela tives for a few days, ame here on Monday to spend a short time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Fish Mr Wednes day for Hartford,, Conn., where they will be for a few weeks with relatives and friends. ' Miss Gladys Gahie of Wallingford, Conn., after passing several week witn her sister, Mr. Ray Walbridge, left. Wednesday for her home. . Mrs, Ahern, the milliner, has taken an apartment in the ioomis block, i where she will live with her, family and will conduct business in the Cush man block at the corner of Randolph avenue and Pleasant street. Carroll Harvey of Rochester was the Tuesday night guest of Mrs. Loi Ris and went from here home. Wednesday. ' Mr. Alice Moore, after an eight weeks' stay in Springfield, Mass., where she has had a patient, whom she took care of, returned on Wednesday morn ing to her home here. The public is invited to inspect a fine display of art goods, and stamped material at the store of .Miss Leila Marshall, Randolph. Christmas gift a specialty. Mi-s Marshall has aIo the agency for'Ladeau's homstitching, and will send order Wednesday, of each week. adv. ' The Woman's R eady-to-We a r Shop New Fur Trimmed Coats , Coat styles now at the height of popularity. Coat styles of all the flash-points of the "exclusive" kind,1 Blouse-back straight-lines embroidery. These are made of the finest materials and work manship and are moderately priced. These are the latest of New York styles. The Mrs, Shepard Co., Inc. I PLA1NF1ELD The Friendly Gift The Kodak Amateur Calendar Select some snapshots tnat will be of interest to your friends, mount them in the Kodak Amateur Calendars and you have ideal Christmas remembrances. These calendars are well made, and they are very attractive, too. Styles A and Bt for vertical- prints, have green and sil ver decorations on a rough gray mottled surface. They hang vertically from a tasselled cord. Styles C and D, for horizontal prints, have richvsmooth mottled brown surfaces. They are of the eaael type and make excellent desk calendars. Price each, with envelope for mailing v. Styles A and C . For 16-8x2 1-2, or 21-4x31-4 prints) JOc Styles B and D , (For 21-2x41-4, or 31-4x5 1-2 i .........23c print) Drown's Drug Store Barre, Vt. , See Marie l'revost in "A Parisian Scandal," also a good two-reel "om- edy Friday, Dec. 8. adv. Social dance at S. and D. of L. hall, Pluinfield, Saturday, Dec 0. Music, three-pie orchestra. Admission, WV Supper, 2."c per plate. Floor manager, Djui Switscr. adv. Card of Thank. Having just come liomc after thirty- nine ays in licaton hospital. Mont pelier, 1 want to thank all the dear friends who comforted me in my suffer ing by so many never-to-be -f-.irgot ten kindnesses; and not less do I want to thank the friends and ncighlnrs who were so good to my husband and daughter during my absence frji-m home. Mrs. Fred Cree. I'lainfield, Vt., Dec. , 1022. aidl, Mr. James Gcake: fanrvwork ' Jeremiah Jenkins (!iiV aid), Mr. Cirl TVrry; Ke Viitor crf tm. Roth Brown's Stiodny school ; Mm. V'T'T Mi Mrtret 1 r'; jwl basket and fancy wwk, j Miranda Mrs. Xel.ie K'-w ton Ln.tus cla.. " ad t. Cough and Colds in Winter. Indoor sedentary life in winter has a irrct bearing on the prevalence of cough and cold. Keep the bowels ae- and fvercome constipation with i Foley Cathartic Tablets. Colds, coughs. croup, tnroai, cnesi ana oronrniai trou ble quickly relieved .with ro!ey Hon ey nd Tar. Contains no opiate in gredients printed on th wrapper.) Lrt seUing coneh medicine in the: worid. "Fury's Hmey and Tar ) ' wordrfu! f.-r attacks of coughs and mM." writes Y. H O.y, Venice, Cal ifornia. Sid everywhere. adv. I'ts the loving cup bread full to overflowing with goodness. A. CITY BAKERY Xt MALT BREAD mmm Reduce Your Coal Bills To operate their business profitably successful bu iness concerns find it necessary to reduce operating costs wherever 'possible and still maintain efficiency. This poli cy is a sound one and should be applied in our homes as well as in business. We know that a great many people can retluce their coal bills if they will change their methods of using coal. We have told others how to do this ; they have tried it out and have been convinced. We will gladly do the same for you. Call in and see us we feel sure we can help you. D. M. MILES COAL COMPANY . Tel 133, 140 North Main Street " . i- Bring In Your Keys AND TRY THE LOCK. SOME ONE HAS THE KEY THAT WILL OPEN IT. C. W. Averill & Co. nt TmCfeSTSn erost 4