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ESTABLISHED 1886 - TH'E STORE WHERE (QUALITY COUNTS IB i"or3oiher f BARRE DAILY TIMES MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1922. The Weather. Fa'ir to-nh'ht with cold wave; Tues day fair and colder j moderate to fresh went and northwest winds. We don't believe you can give to much thought and considera tion to the gift you select for your mother. We mention here a number of gift suggestions that we think most mothers would like to receive. The price range is wide and there are gifts suit .able for the very young mother and for the dear old mother who is a grandmother as well. Silk Dress Pattern $1.75 to $3.50 yard. Wool Dress Pattern $1.59 to $2.98 yard Bath Robe Blankets - $4.95 to $6.50. Handkerchiefs 19c to 59c Narcissus Bulbs 15c to $1.98 Leather Handbags $1.00 to $7.50 Table Linens ; 98c to $7.50. Umbrellas $1.50 to $10.50 Neckwear ' 50c to $2.50. Hosiery ' 50c to $3.00. Gloves 59c to $3.50. Towels 25c to $1.25. Flannel Night Robes $1.00 to $2.49. Cotton Underwear 79c to $4.50. Silk Underwear $1.50 to $10.00. Silk and .Cottdn Blouses $2.25 to $9.98. Silk and Wool Dresses $16.50 to $35.00. Silk Petticoats $3.98 to $5.98. House Dresses $1.98 to $3.50. Fancy Aprons ' 50c to $1.50 ; Bath Robes $5.25 to $7.98. Winter Coats , $22.50 to $45.00. , Sweaters $2.98 to $8.98. Wool Scarfs' $1.59 to $3.75. Winter Sport Goods for Christmas Gifts! Special Skates with Shoes . .$8.50 TOBOGGANS 6 feet long, each . . $7.75 7 feet longeach $8.90 8 feet long, each .$10.00 Cushion for above $1.40 per foot extra. ' TUBBS' SNOWSHOES 12x45, pair..., .....$8.00 12x48, pair ... $8.25 13x48, pair V. ..$8.50 14x48, pair $8.50 14x52, pair $9.50 14x42, pair v$8.25 12x60, pair .$9.00 Special Ladies' Shoe, 11x50, pair .... .$8.50 Foot Riggings for above, pair . . .$1.75 TUBES' SKHS 5 feet, pair $2.50 6 feet, pair . . . . .$3.25 61-2 feet, pair !$3.75 7 feet, pair .. $4.50 7 1-2 feet, pair $5.25 8 feet, pair ; .$5.75 Ski Poles 85c and $1.50 i Drown's Drug Store To Barre City Hoipital: Greetings. Editor, Barre Times: Would you be ' bo kind as to allow me space in your valuable paper to extend thanks and appreciation to the City hospital and statf for the kindness, attention and Are extended to Mrs. Gerow during her , recent illness, also I wish to extend thanks to the medical staff for their honesty and skill in the said opera tion. Above all do I thank our Heaven ly Father for His sparing mercies and answer to prayer, also I thank Him for the knowledge given to said physicians of the city of Barre, and when visiting at thfe hospital I found the superin tendent, matron and nurses with sun shine, patience and loving kindness to all who flailed for help, bringing cheer and comfort to all, just like our Sav iour when lie was here on earth, going about doing good and healing the sick ones of all their diseases. May our Heavenly Father bless them with health and strength, keep them from all harm and protect- them through liles patbway, that they will be fol lowers of our liord and Saviour. It docs not matter what faith we be lieve in or what church we belong to, as long as we are true to our Heavenly raiucr. j I might say, while I have been here jin Barre I have found what we call in i Canada, "knockers." No use for any in jstitution or church or themselves. There's no line of knocking anv institu tion, for it will not get you anywhere, una ii you are Douna to knock, you can buy at any 10-cent store a hammer and go knocking away. I have found in my travels through life's pathway, if you cannot speak a kind word for any insti tution, church or lodge, don't speak The Golden Rule sars: "Do unto TALK OF THE TOWN Thermos bottles and lunch kits fit Drown's JDrug store. adv, Frank Alvord of NKorthfield was a visitor in the city Saturday. Aguinaldo Burr of Hardwkk was a visitor in the city Saturday. $3 mirror, $3 ivory brush, $1.25 ivory comb free, at Russell's. adv. Homer Hqlden of Urookfteld was a visitor in the city Saturday. Boys' watches have, arrived at Burr's. We can fill all orders in these now. adv. For plumbing ai.'d heating call James ; JdcLeod, lis Urange street, lei. a3-w adv. , Kttorino Movalli is employed in the Moore & Owens store througu-the boll' day season. ' One 300 cu. ft., two-stage air com pressor; price right. Inquire Reynolds &, Son.adv. .,' Christmas ball, Quarry Bank hall, Monday, Dee. 25; Carroll's orchestra. Auspices Barre Woman's elub. adv. Miss Florence Hutchinson is home for the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 12. A. Hutchinson of 01 Park street, v George Cruickshank arrived , in the city Saturday from Montreal, where he is employed, and will pass a short visit at his home here. Americo Calcagni returned to this city Saturday from New Britain, Conn., where he has been employed lor the past three months, George Douglas of Dartmouth college arrived in the city Saturday and will pass the Christmas ; holidays at his home on Elm street. , Dance, Dec. 1!), Bailey hall, Montpel ier, Carroll's orchestra. Let's see some Barre people down to the dance. Mont pelier post, No. 3. adv. . I'rimino Vasoli of High "Holborn street returned to this city yesterday from Boston, where he has been em ployed for the past three months. Reid Barclay of Patterson street and Robert Barclay of Brook street are passing the Christmas vacation from studies at their homes in this city. All children of the primary Sunday school of the Methodist church are in vited to a Christmas party at the church Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock. John Molla of Berlin street is pass iug the Christmas vacation at hi home on Berlin street, having arrived from Dartmouth college the latter part of last week. . TALK OF THE TOWN ivory at A Ine line of Pyralin Drown s Drug store. adv. J. R, 'Thompson' of Moretown was n visitor in the city yesterday, R. C. Kmery of Northficld passed the week end with friends in the city. ' T. R. IriHh of Cloverdale arrived in the city Saturday for a short visit. Hny an Overland and realize the dill'ercnce. H. F. Cutler & Son. adv. A coat makes a fine Christmas gift. See Morse's values at Montpelicr. adv. T. R, Pollaiuler of St. Albans passed the wevk end visiting with friends in the city. . W. H. Forbes arrived in the city to day from tSowth Lawrence, Mass., for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Shelt of North Montpelicr passed the week end with friends mi the city. A. M. Petrie of Ware, Mass., arrived in the city ycHterduy to attend th.a i funeral of a relative. 7. Mrs, Bridget Roach of St. Johnsbury is passing a few days with friends in Barre and Montpelier. . ,H. P. Prindle and L. D. Packard of Burlington are passing a few days in the city on business. Just received new flat crepe and chiffon .velvet dresses. Dowers' Special ty shop, Montpelier. adv. While doing your Christmas shop ping come in and inspect the new Over land. H. F. Cutler & Son. adv. Miss Christine Saxour of the Mrs. Shepard store has gone to her home in New York to remain over Christmas, j Miss Marcraret Marev of this citv lefr Saturday for her home in Wnite River Junction to pass hlie Christmas sta-. son. ' I Joseph Allard arrived in the city last evening from Fall River, Mass., where he has been employed for the past few months. J Mr. and Mrs. Henry Petric of St. Al bans arc passing a few days in the city, having been called here by the death of a relative. j Joseph Livindale and Charles Gib bons left to-day fof Waterburv, where they are to be employed for the next few weeks. I Miss Ruth Donahue of this citv. tak ing a two weeks' vacation from her duties as a teacher here,, has gone to her home in Monkton. Conductor Charles Simmons is taking the plat of Conductor Charles Gren- field on the local run, the latter having gone to Honda to pass the winter months. . r 'ttlMpN PMY GOODS 0. - i SERVICE SATISFACTION '"458K. " oo wt COO 123 .pi With Christinas Just Around JS the Corner Thejast days of Gift buying are in sight. Don't let these last shopping days be a burden. Come to this real Christmas store and let us suggest gifts ' : . , that are practical ..and that we know will be appreciated. . Hosiery Always Wanted And from. the assortment we've collected for Christmas shoppers, ev ery conceivable want can be filled. . , - - ' SILK HOSIERY Black and colors, in reliable makes. Priced at $1.00, $1.50, $2.25, $2.95 Each in an attractive gift box. WOOL HOSE In the desirable Heather Mixtures in plain or English rib, priced special from ......................... f 69c to $1.23 SILK and WOOL HOSE Some" plain, others have clocks; all of them most attractive $1.25 to $3.50 t $ 2i in the pretty jjrays and browns ; priced from See our Special Silk and Wool with clocks! all in pretty Christmas boxes, at UNION DRY GOODS CO others as you like to have them do to yon." I wish to say here is an institution right here in your own city that is worthy of your support, so whr not boo-t your own hospital, which in lydit to your own city T j nanting you tor space in Tour val uable paper, I remain, yours truly, George II. Gerow. 180 Merchant St, Barre, Vt., Deo. 18, l!fc!2. Miss Marion Tilden, a teacher in the public schools at Richford, arrived in the city yesterday for a two weeks' visit at the home of her parents on houth Alain street. Mrs. Michael Campbell of New ITa ven, Conn., arrived in the city Satur day and will pass a short visit at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Boyce, of n ebsterviile. The best place to take your battery is to the battery specialists. They al ready have over a hundred batteries and "that shows that everybody likea the work done at Oliver's Battery sta tion. adv. MVs. Carl Tenner of Rochester, who will be remembered by many as Helen Marsh, formerly a teacher in the pub lic schools of Barre, returned to her home Saturday after visiting in Barre for a few days. All stores, members of the Barre Re tail -Merchants' association. Inc., will remain open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, Dec. 21, 22 and 23, and will be closed all day Monday, D;c. 25, Christmas day. adv. Miss Alice A." Tape of 0 Keith ave nue returned home yesterday from Bat tle Creek, Mich., where she has been for the past three months, a patient in hospital following an operation. She was accompanied home by her brother, (.;. Herbert rape, who went to Battle Creek Inst week. Friends of Robert Xieora, former all around athlete at Spaulding and who has been attending Xew Hampshire State college at Durham this year, will be interested to learn that he has been awarded a freshman football letter, having starred for the team this season. Mrs. Mary Andrews and daughter, Mary, ot oti pauldmg street left to day for fcllcnburg Depot, X. Y., where they will spend two weeks at the home of Mrs. D. M. Spencer. Mailmen are beginning to notice that the Christmas season has arrived for the delivery is almost double and it has been lound necessary to have two men on the parcel post truck. Why pay $50 or more for a string of pearls when for $10 you can buy at Goodfellow'a Jewelry store, pearls of beautiful lustre, indestructible, resist-1 ing heat, water and perspiration. We invite comparison. adv. . Extra help is being put on in all of the larger stores now that the llinst mas season i at hand and the last minute rush for presents has started. The stores are to be kept open Thurs day, Friday and Saturday nights of this week for the accommodation ot shoppers. ' TALK OF THE TOW Miss Thomson, dressmaker, 12 Lau rel street. adv. James Bennett of Bethel passed the week end with friends in the city Ever-sharp pencils, silver and gold, $1 to $5, at Cummings & Lawis. aav. TW1 UNUSUAL PERSONS. One ports indicate that- extensive prepara- , lions lor uie exportation of grain art Sings, in .progress, ami the port activity is ; said to-be approaching pre-war pro- V. vrL- tv, ta v.. x- .i t portion. At ovorossick. Uie iron, " - " v . jjiiv jibs works of Them, Though Def, Ploys Piano and Dances. deaf, sines, plavs the piano and dances. . - j Geortre Mascott of this city is pass- nrt the other an infajit prodigy who ... i . v,.r..l.-. in Kau I can Point nut on a in an the tn.r. im. v". ,,. 'portant cities of the world. . lora cuj. . ... i. . , nr,.t..?.. Earl Lane is passing the Christmas Qka 1)er witb hor etepmotier iIr, vacation from bis studies at j. k. Heckman, not only is "seeking" found two unusual persons, "one a vis- in carrying grain aud at Odessa the iting girl from Oklahoma who, though restoration of elevators which haveT been idlu rns-licd, for several years is being TO HARNESS WINDS. An Appreciation. Out-of-town shoppers in Barre have long felt the need of a rest room. This need has been most satisfactorily met by the merchants of Barre this season and we wish to express our apprecia tion and the hope that may become permanent. A few shoppers. university at his home here MiRs Judith Havnes, a teacher in the Aew York; she also is attending the theatre and concerts. Although she has never heard a sound, her voice is A Am "Sj iTafas-3 council, N-, D. of P., will Regular meet ing of Winnetta 10, be held in 1. O. O. hall, Gordon block, Monday night, Dec, 18, at 7 o'clock. Election f officers. Adoption. .Refreshments, And Make Them Produce Electricity for Rural Districts. London. Dec. 18, A plan to harness the winds and make them produce electricity for rural district.! hn )cn noHt penecuyi. Mrs. ueokman said it prescd ta tle niiuiljtry o arictll. took three year to teach the girl , J . to drop her voice at the end,of Ju.re" T"e 8W" "voIve tne erwrtion sentence. n hill tops of low building's from tha suddenly askea to locate Danxig. Not inese wings win oe spun Dy tne wind so littie Dorothea Taft, two years horizontally just above the ground, oid. She points-it out instantly on a Proponents of the plan assert that map of the world. She is the adopted unlimited amounts of electricity can be child of Miss Florence Taft, who says obtained in this way at a minimum of she is a cousin of Chief Justice Taft. cost, tiovernment officials are testing . - , i nc.ci iivbiu m suunu, uer voice is local schools, has gone to her home in nmkm and she controls her tones al- Cabot, to pass uie vsiwiui Uvu.j.. The woman's association of the Con trreirntional church will hold a thimble party at the church Wednesday after nrmn at 2:30. The Hope class anil Golden Rule class, composed of young girls, will sell dolls, fancy articles and candy, also tea (10c) and furnish the afternoon's entertainment. adv. SHIPPING MUCH GRAIN. From Black Sea Ports and There Js Considerable Business. Moscow, Dec. 18 (By the Associated Press). Dispatches from Black .sea the scheme an- eirouul it prove feasible, it is planned to build several of the generaling; stations in out of way districts. Whiting's stationery in holiday boxes, oOc to $9, at Cummings & Lew is.' adv. t ST Sit 5 4 A Busy Week for All Your friends must be remem bered wilh some gifts. For the Man or Boy go to a store where a spe cialty is maj!e of that line of goods. We are at your service and shall be glad to see your. The I'ts the loving cup bread full to overflowing with goodness. cmreAKERYM Maltbread With the heavy fall of snow yester day plows were put into operation for the first time this year. The city street plow's wero out with the email tractor owned by the municipal gov ernment, pulling one over the princi pal streets. The huge brush plow which is used to keep the traction line open was bIho going full blast yesterday. Saturday noon a horse left near Keith avenue became frightened and started away, narrowly missing several j motor cars and cutting richt in on ! traflic The' horse was stopped by a pserby, who, after holding it for onio time awaiting the owner, railed the police station and an officer took the animal to a livery stable. f Spaulding high school's basketball team has a tough job on it hands when it tackles the alumni in Spauld ing gymnssium to-morrow evening. For the graduates it is expected that such men as Douglas, N. Brown. OXearv. Matin. Young, JCicora and Smith will be aailable. Inasmuch as a great many alumni are home for the holidays, there should be some unusual interest manifested in the game. " Appreciation of the musical ability of Mi Klena Barberi of Barre who is ; studying in New York is given by ; marir v. rarayn, manager of the! Wnrlitrer auditorium of that city, who states that the scope of her piano work ' is surprining am! that she has already played at th Wnrlitrer auditorium, at coni-erts in the Waldorf and Cnmmo- dore hotels and that Mr. Tarkvn ha ' J formed a trio fur piano, violin and cello especially for Miss Harberi, bih Mr.' I'arkyn predict wi:i make a distinct j success. Mr. I'arkyn says that Mi : Barberi is "a young pianint bard.'yi more than 'sweet eixWwn, jet possess- ing the technique and the powers of a pisnUt many years her senior." j The Woman's . Ready-to-Wear Shop Christmas Silk Underwear Ail men and boys come to the hn-q-.iet at the Mrtbodipt ehitrrh to-nitht Two-piece. Pa jamas of Canton crepe and crepe de chene, in flesh, blue and orchid, ribbon and lace trimed $10.00 and $12.50 Gowns of crepe de chene with bateau square and V-necks, flesh and orchid ....... .$3.75 to $6.50 Camisoles of crepe de chene. and radium silk, many styles and colors $1.25, $1.98 Chemises in crepe de chepe and radium silk, in en velope style $2.98 to $6.50 Sets of Vest Chemises and Step-in Bloomers of ra dium silk and crepe de chene lace trimmed, flesh, orchid, peach $6.50 to $10.00 Knitted Things for Christmas Gifts Newest Sweaters r. $3.50 to $9.00 Smart Novelty Slip-on and Tuxedo models of brushed or plain knit wool and combination silk and wool Many styles. v $carfs of brushed wool, so warm, soft and colorful in novelty, vividly colored, plain or contrasting striped effects $1.9$, $7.50 Hat and Scarf Sets $3.75, $1.50 The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. Speed and Strength . Winchester ice skates are now here. If you skate, or if you're going to learn, you'll want to see our exhibition of new Winchester models. " . There are hockey skates, speed skates and figure skates in all sizes. Beautiful models in nickel plated steel. Come in, now and make your selection skating weather is here. WINCHESTER SKATES FOR EVERYBODY Winchester Clamp Skates Winchester Skale and Shoe Blades of high grade OUtGtS. TopUlar OUtfitS for ctnl Stj-nnv!v mno, hold V nit ii, nuiucu auu ' l prade shoes with Goodyecr ivey CJamP3 welt sole and special skat- ly to shoes, ing lasts, and the popular hajf hockey models of v incnestcr , , J hockey, racing and figure models, f katcs. In and secure rocker, hockey I C. W. Averill & Co. the 7YNCffSTIl rrons Frank McWhorter Co. 41 VIi k; -rie, X Menu: IUked 1 m Mhed pooei t.T.e al.