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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. MONDAY; DECEMBER 18, 1022.
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Make Furniture Your Gift
For Mother
Electric Vacuum Cleaner
Bissell Carpet Sweeper
Sewing Cabinet
"Martha Washington"
"White Beauty"
. , Kitchen Cabinet
Floor Lamps
Table Lamp
Table Scarf imported
Sewing Table
Easy Chair
Leather Rockc
Smoker
Boudoir Lamp
Sewing Table
Serving Tray
Sewing Cabinet
Spinet Desk
Smoking Set
Tobacco Jar
Book Ends
Serving Tray
Sandwich Tray
Gateleg Table '
Mahogany Clock
Tea Wagon
Colonial Mirror -
Console Tabic and Mirror
Windsor Chairs
For Father
Tobacco Jar
Foot Rest
Reading Lamp, "Adjustable"
For Big Sister
Candle Sticks
Colored Candles .
Book Ends
Mahogany Clock
"Mahogany" Gateleg Table
Card Table ' "
For Big Brother
Davenport Table
End Table
Wilton Rug
Velour Portiers
Couch Covers
Tuscan Net Laces
,Casement Net Laces
Folding Card Table
Candle Sticks
Telephone Stand
Metal Bond Box
Roll Top Desk .
Flat Top .Desk
Cedar Chest "
Tea Wagon
Mahogany Desk
Music Cabinet
Matting Covered
Utility Box
Oak Costumer
Office Desk
Combination Pool and
' Sectional Book Case
Office Chair
Billiard Table
For the Little Ones
Doll's Dresser
Doll's Chiffonier
Doll's Cradle
E oil's Bed
olls Bassinet
Doll's Dressing Table
Doll's Chair
Doll's? Rocker
Doll's Carriage
Doll's China Closet .
Doll's Carpet Sweeper
Child's Breakfast Set
Child's Chair
Child's Table .
Child's High' Chair
Child's Crib
Child's Mattress
Child's Pillow
Child's Writing Desk
Kiddie-Kars
Rocking Horses
Jumpers
Tricycles
Boycycles
Wagons
Jolly Rockers
Baby Qarriage Robes
Pictures -
Our line of both Framed and Unframed Pictures has never been more complete,
us do your framing. FROM THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS :
PARRISH
DAVIDSON
SAWYER,
WALLACE
BICKNELL,
NUTTING - DAVID
TALK OF THE TOWN
Ciurn for C'hrititiiias Bt Drpwn'e
Drug store. adv. i .,
Local ami Vermont views; real pho
tographs, fiOe at Cuinralngs & Lewia,'
adv.
Leo St. Marie of North Troy is pass
ing a, few days with friends in the
city.
iSpefial discount on '10 and, 18 nine
watches at Goodfellow a Jewelry etore.
adv.' ; .
Sir. Jennie Currier and Mia Niisiu
Currier of Spauldjntf street have gone
to Hardwick for a two weeks' vaca
tion. J. J. Devclin of the local Metropol
itan office passed the, week end in Jii.ir
lington on ;,' a buiiiiu'sa visit at the
branch office there.
Dance, Dec. 10, Bailey hall, Montpel
ier, Carroll's orchestra. Let's see some
Barre people down to the dance. Mont
pelier poet, No. 3. adv.
Batteries should be well taken ears
Of during the winter. We are prepared
to give expert attention at reasonable
prices. Tel. 770 and we will call for
yours. Kelly & Nelson, Main street ga
rage. ad v,
ah .t- . ,i - e it... T) I ,
tail Merchants" association, Inc., will!
TALK OF THE TOWN
Victor records for gifts at dimming
& Lewis.' adv.
We can save you 30 per cent on ivory
goods at Lander's. adv.
Choice selection of Christmas card
at Drown's Drug store. adv.
Engraved greeting card", fie, 10c, 15c
and 30c, at CumnimgH & Lewis.' adv.
A few fine boxes of stationery for
Christmas at Drown's Drug store.
adv. ' . j
Moore's monarch fountain pens, Sfl.."0
to $8,50, guaranteed for lite, at Rua- (
sell's. adv.
V. F. Field and daughters, Irene
and Vivian, of Hardwick were at V,
A. Lane's for the week end, '
Miss .Mildred Hoyes. K. '., left to
day for Ottawa, Out., where the will
visit for two weeks at her home. ;
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Clayton Smith, an employe of the
OIdnnuibile company on Avers street,
left the City hospital lo-day, after
having received treatment there for
the past two weeks for an injured arm.
188 N. Main St.
Barrc, Vt.
TVT
The Daylight
Store
Women's Fur
Trimmed Gloves
of fine, soft,
flexible skins,
priced 6.50.
A complete showing the finer qualities
Gloves
BISHOP HUGHES "GAS" STOLEN".
Both In
Going to and Coming from
. Church Service.
mm
Real French Kid
Cape Mocha
Lamb skin
and Suede
0
remain open on rhurday, Friday and, jVt.w Haven, Conn., Dee. 18. Bishop
Saturday evenings, Dec. 21. -2:2 and 23 E(iwil, u. juiCK f the Methodist
r? be c,0fd aU dfly Monday, Dec. , Episcopal .church showed himself to be
.a, Christmas day. adv. ; an optimist concerning automobiles
Jlaeeabees, attention! Regular meet
ing of Harmon Review, No, 1, will
be held Wednesday evening at 7:30.
Initiation. Refreshments. Guards and
officers year white. Collector will be
at hall early ior dues. adv.
Chief of Police Sullivan, Deputy
Chief, ( Gairtble and Ijrputy Marhal
nenry u. Lawson conducted an unsuc
cessful raid Saturday evening on tho
premises of Gildo Cappio of 44 Granite
street. A thorough search of the prem
ises failed to reveal any liquor to the
officers.
Harold W. Slocuni, secretary of the
Vermont Association for the Preven
tion of Tuberculosis, will speak before
the Barre Woman's elub on the sub
ject, "Economy of Public Health,
Work," Tuesday at 2 ;30 p. . m., in
Quarry Bank hall. i
wtien tie spoue ax t enter chun ji yes
terday afternoon. The bishop arrived
at the church twenty minutes bite be
cause the gasoline supply had been
stolen from the automobile, inw hich
he started for the church from the
home of Dean Charles R. Brown of the
Vale divinity school.
In Iiis speech Bishop Huuhes de
clared he did not think the automobile
wm a source of evil. He declared
church members years ago looked up
on skating rinks and. bicycles as
obstacles in the path of the church,'
but time1 has changed that view. j
After the service a local clergyman'
offered to take Bishop Hughes from
the church, in his automobile but the
machine would not start and it was
found that seven galkinns og easoline
had been taken from the car during .
the church service. I
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Tn regular strap, on and two,
button styles, also plain and fan- :
cy gauntlets. a, '
Colors,, black, white, tan, mouse,
iirrav, taupe,' cordovan and
fashionable shades.
other
Prices
kl.50,2.00
to 6.50.
A wonderful display of
Christmas Goods
HANDKERCHIEFS LEATHER GOODS JEWELRY STATIONERY iVORY PY
RALIN SWEET GRASS BASKETS TOILET WATERS PERFUMES.
Also Infants' Wear
SWEATERS BOOTEES LEGGINGS TEDDY BEAR SUITS CRIB BLANKETS
CARRIAGE ROBES SHOES KNIT TOQUES HELMETS AND HUNDREDS QF
INFANTS' NOVELTIES. "
B. W. Hooker & Co.
"If you need Furniture bad, you need it good."
THERE APE ONLY
MORE -SHOPPING DAY?
m
Mm CHRISTMAS
TALK OF THE TOWN
' Desk eet at special prices at Bun's.
-adv..
ft 1 Cigars in holiday boxea at Russell's.
T j Sloore and Waterman fountain penn,
, at Cummingi & Lewia. adv.
jr. JIorBe of Montpelier ia showing an
exceptional line of Christmas hosiery.
MOISTPELIER
Mm. Louisa Monti appeared in
. Montpelier city court this morning and
pleaded guilty to charges of possessing
and furnishing intoxicating liquor, to
which ahe previously pleaded not guil
ty. At a second hearing last week, J.
G. Frattini, her attorney, made a mo
tion to dismiss the complaint on the
ground that it was not signed by
Judge F. L. Laird, but by the clerk of
the court. This motion was waived,
ifis understood.
Owing to a delay Mrs. Monti did not
appear this morning but will be in
court this afternoon. .
John G. Wbittier was in Burlington
over Sunday. ;
. ,;.
Piano-eased organ for sale; cath or
time. 132 Main street. adv. . . '
State's Attorney Charles B, Adams
arrived in the city Monday morning
Mrs. Helen M. Kent of 214 Main
street was married to Johft Fred Fear
ing of 210 Main streei by Rev. Charles
X. t. John at his residence last
Thursday evening. The couple were
unattended. Mr. Fearing has worked
for James M. Boutwell for 23 years,
and Mrs. Kent has lived in Montpelier
about six years, coming here from
Calais. They are residing at 216 Main
street. ,
Suit was entered in Washington
rounty court to-day by C. V. Kent of
this city against I. O. Moulton of Tops
ham to recover the balance on a note.
The ad damnum Is set at f.VM). The
balance due is $29.3, with interest to
date from Dec. 20, 1916. The note is
very nearly outlawed. John H. Stone
appears for the plaintiff.
Used piano for sale; cash or time.
132 Main street. adv.
Fred Laundry and Kenneth Mcintosh
have rented the Central Motor Car
company's parage and purchased the
machinery from Harold L. Soper and
began a general garage business to-day.
The inside of the parage has , been
painted. Mr. Laundry was formerly
manager of the Capital garage and Mr.
Mcintosh has been employed as chauf
feur for President Fred A, Howland of
the National Life Insurance company.
Mr. Soper is working for Jesse King in
his barber shop.
H. A. Swaflield, principal of Montpel
ier high school, has furnished a cor
rection of an item in regard to the
Montpelier high school-Peoples acad
emy basketball game in which it was
stated that owing to rofereeing the en
tire Montpelier team had been taken
out. As ft matter of fact, only one man
was taken from the floor for four per
sonal fouls. The entire first team with
drew from the. floor because of the lead
which had been piled up and the sec
ond team put in. In the last four min
utes of the game, the first team was
again put in for a short workout.
BETHEL
A aon was born Friday to Post
tnastetr and Mrs. John Noble.
' Mr. and Mrs. 'Bennett O. Johns re
turned Saturday from Hallowell. Me.,
where they spent the fall.
Hugh ('. Wilson has installed a car
bide lighting system at his home.
Miss Marion Mitiguy haa gone to
Somerville, Mass., to spend tha winter
in the home of an uncle.
Eight Inches of snow fell yesterday,
which on & smooth bottom assures the
first good sleighing of the season.
77m QenaJlSLi Sbro
Apollo and Liggett's Chocolates
1-2, 1, 2, 8, and o-tb. boxes . . . . . . . . v. ..................... .'.45c, $6.50
Hard Candies in ..... .... ... .65c, $1.00 pkgs.
EXTRA FAMILY SPECIAL 5-lb Assorted Cadet Chocolates , . .$1.98
IVORY PYRALIN Dubany and Plain Sets and Separate Pieces. -
TALKOF THE TOWN I
Many Chriatmaa novelties at Burr
A pleasure to show all our goods. ad
To complete tho day Woman's clu
Christmas bail in Quarry Bank ha
Monday evening, Dec. 28. adv.
OUT OF MEASLES.
MORE OPTIMISM
of
FOOTBALL STAR MAY RECOVER.
Kirk of University of Michi-
Hurt in Auto Accident.
Bernard
jan
Ypsilanti, Mich., Dec. 18, Hopes for
the recovery of Bernard Kirk, Uni
versity of Michigan football star, in
jured in an automobile accident here
last nijfht, were held out to-day. Kirk,
an all-American end, sustained
fractured skull. ...
Being Felt in Lauaann on Report
American Activity.
Lausanne, Dee, 18 (By the Associated i
Press). The Near East conference en
tered its fifth week to-day with three ,
of its biggest problems still unsolved,
but with the sub-commission to which
they have been entrusted, making ev
ery effort to reach settlement.
The conference has taken ft fresh
supply of optimism from the report
that America vis considering lending
her assistance to tho economic rehabili
tation of Kurope.
'..Iff
i c.
EXTRA SPECIAL
$1.50 Pyralin Combs 8Dc
$1.25 Pyralin Combs 79c
50c Pyralin Combs . .39c
Mirrors . . . .$2.50, $10.50
Combs $3.98, $2.25
Brushes $2.50, $7.50
Glove Boxes $12.00, 15.00
j DOLLAR DROPS.
' On German Market and Germans are
Jubilant.
' Berlin. Dec. 18, (By the Associated
Press), In the midat of their Christ-
; mas shopping, German consumers were
jubilant to-day at the unprecedented
' drop in the ' dollar in the course of
' i five days. This rise in the mark has
already produced a drop of from 10;
. to 23 per cent in wholesale market
'.prices. The retailers are reluctant to
make reductions because they are
j ftocked up with goods nought when!
me mars was mucii lower.
; j . The announcement of New York's
. closing rate of exchange Saturday
; turned Sunday into a busy day at
, home for all the bourse traders, who
, were computing overnight the amount
of their gains, while the telephones of
banking officials were swamped with
inquiries regarding the prospects of
exchange. . -
But Prince Regent of Japan Now Hi
Bronchial Catarrh.
Tokio, Dec. 18 (By tho Associate
Press). The Prince Regent nirohi
has recovered from hi recent attai
of measle, but now is suffering froj
an attack of bronchial catarrh, accorJ
ing to an announcement of the medic
department of the imperial househol
Washington to Barre Stage.
On and after Dec. 18 the trip froj
Washington to Uarre at 11 o clock w
be discontinued. D. A. Whitney .-att
Special meeting
Women of Moosehea
Let! inn will be held i
AVedneadav afternoi
Dec. 20, at 1:30 for
pree practice ana a
other necessary bu
ness.
vex
TOO LATE TO CLASSIF
STILL OPERATORS KILLED.
Complete
Jour Set
Clocks, Trays, Nail Files, Cuticle Ecissors Jewel
Boxes, JIanicure Sets, etc.
Bodieg of Two Men Found After Fire
Destroyed House.
Pittsburgh, Dec. 18, Fire, believed
to have been started when a still e
ploded, caused the death of two men
lltown, near North Bessemer, to-
Death of
Presiding Judge
Thaw Trial.
t First
Safety
i at Mi
Of. dev.
i' , -Men
w.i.MWi woman to wortc .in isi
dry. Apply to G. V. Rowen, Hi:
Barre.
TlfiTB A R R tTwoWwORKIXG (
07 Vt South Main St. We areopei
for business. Come and see us in
gard to box making, roll turning
most anything jn the woodwork!
line.
Ra
tra
stop
iguish the fire. When the walls caved
in, the railroaders searched the ruins,
i They found the body of (ieorjfe
reirownz ivur over the corner
orm" of a stiil. John Bunko also
as tmrned to death.
FOR SALE High grade violin)
many tlitlerent models old and nil
ome early I
Members of a Union railroad freight very moderate prices. Ce
tin crew discovered the blaze. They pPt first choice beto're C
ipped the train and tried to extin- p. Cameron Store, IG1 W;
Christmas.
ashington
WAXTKI) TO BUY A safe.
216 North Main St.
Call
New York, Dee. IS. James Fi t j
Gerald, former justice of the ta: et
supreme court, who presided at the
first trial of Harry Kendall Thaw for
the murder of Stanford White in 1907, '
died at hit home here late last night ,
at the age of 71. J
Auto Strops
Gillette .
1 Sill
Gems
.$1 to $5
.$1 to $7.50
i
$1.00
STRIKE LEADERS BARRED.
Gr-
LOST Between Kastern avenue
lepot square a small lady's pockij
book conaininif sum of money. Tlca
return to Times office.
LUST Sunday between Baptist ehuil
and Perry street, child a knit 1
woolen glove. Finder please bring
The Times office.
Last But Not Least the Feast !
We shall have native and western Turkeys, Geese j
and Ducks. Extra nice Chickens, Fowls.
FRESH VEGETABLES Lettuce, Celery,
Spinach.
FRESH FRIUT Heavy Grapefruit, Oranges,
Golden Yellow Bananas, Crisp Grapes.
NEW Walnuts, Mixed Nuts, Citron and Lemon
reel.
POPCORN It surely pops and is sweet
YOU KNOW IT IS PERFECT IF IT IS
RICHELIEU
Canned Fruits, Heavy Syrup, Jams, Sweet
Pickled Fruits, Jellies. Olives plain. Almond,
Celery, Pimento Stuffed Sardines, Mustard and
Spiced California.
INCLUDE IN YOUR GUT BASKET
A jar of Fiprs, Cherries and Dates ,"0c
Homemade Raspberry Jam, pt. jar 60c
Olives, stuffed 15c, 43c. 60c, $1.00
Olives, plain 13c, 30c, 40c 60c
Heinz Apples Butter 30c. 30c
Dark and Light Fruit Cake, tb 30c j
TtieW.D. Smith Company, Incjl
Capital
Savings Bank
and Trust Co.
Montpelier, Vt.
Capital Surplus and Un
divided Profits, $220,000
' Pays
4 P. C. on Ravin
Deposits
2 P. C. on CommeiN
cial Deposits
All taxes raid bank.
Depository of City of
Montpe!'Nr and State of
- Vermont
Thermos Bottles
NNickel Corrugated, pints $1.98
Nickel Corrugated, quarts I ; $3.98
Ferrostat Unbreakable Vacuum Bottles, pints' $7.50, quarts $10.00
.From Re-employment Id Baden,
many, Aneline Worke.
I Berlin, efX IS, The strike in the
Budon aneline works at Luiiwiesliafen, WANTF.b Furnished
which uat begun November t, was centrally located; add
ettled to day. A! the workmen will Timw- .
be re emploTed evept the strike ' DRAFTSMAN
due to the diwhergeg of three mem- j
her tif the workmen's factory council.!
The dismissal of the three men wan'
tiplirU by a decision of the trade
hemfri,
"G. W."
WANTE
union arbitrtion board.
GOOD POSITION FOR
EXPER1ENVED DBAPTS
MAN FAMILIAR WITH
M Al'POI F1M AND SAND
BLAST WORK.
WRITE TO "E." CaEE BARRE TIM
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GRAFONOLAS SOLD ON EASY TERMS PAY AS YOU PLAY t
Grafonolas at Pre-War Prices
SS5.00 Grafonola, formerlv sold fW $125.00 ,t
$100.00 Grafonolas, formerly sold for. . , $140.00 U'
$125.00 Grafonolas, formerly sold for $150.00 .12
$150.00 Grafonolas, formerly sold for $225.09
The Red Cross Pharmacy
Buy Flour Now
We have two ears of Flour on the track and as
we are short of storage we are making a low price
in barrel lots.
4 1-4 bbL sacks of Snow Drop Pastry $7.50
4 1-4 bbl. sacks of Lucky Bread Flour $8.7a
2 1-4 bbl. sacks of Snow Drop, ,
2 1-4 bbl. sack of Lucky; 1 bbl 1-2 bbl. bread.
1-2 pastry ...$8.00
For Christmas
Turkey, Ducks. Geese and Chickens will arrive
Wednesday and Thursday; give us your order and
we will save it for your approval.
Foreign Walnuts, special price, 5 lbs. fo"r
California Walnuts. Ib 35c, 3 lb
Moist 5Iincemeat, in bulk, per lb
Sweet Florida Oranges, per dozen ..40c, 50c, 6Qe
Special Fruit Gates, Short Bread and Christmas ;
Pastry. Order early. " I
Christmas Candies and delicious Chocolates, e
best of quality at a reasonable price.
THE F. D. LADD CO.
...$1.00
s. $1.0iJ
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