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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1022. 10 ESTABLISHED I68 THE HOMER FITTS CO. THE STORE WHERE QUALITY COUNTS ' THE CHRISTMAS STORE their peak; large, distinctive, and suggestive of appropriate gifts for friends and every member of the family. I ,r Her Hankies Just because : you have seen a great many Hand kerchiefs in your life, please .... r . " . don t tatce tnese ior granieu. They are entirely different and ever so much more at tractive than any we've ever had. Slip a- Handkerchief into every gift package as a little additional Merry Christmas. ' . 15c to 59c One of the Nicest Gifts of All Silk Hosiery Of course there is, no question but what you will give Hosiery to some one! this Christmas for it i3 such a uni versally liked gift. We now have about the nicest selec tion we've ever had WAYNE KNIT, PHOENIX, VAN RAALTE, LEYTON and GORDON in pure thread -silk, black and coldrs. Priced, per pair, $1.50' to ka T il ' 1'. frTv:-s iff M m c - Towels hold a position pre-eminent in gift giving be cause they're so practical is only one of the reasons. An array of fine towels here TURKISH TOWELS, LINEN HUCK TOWELS, LINEN DAMASK TOWELS, GUEST TOWELS. WASH CLOTHS, TURKISH TOWED SET and BATH RUGS in a full range of sizes and colors, 25c up to 1m igene The dainty gift for a woman Lingerie. Here are many stylos of GOWNS. CHEMISE, PETTICOATS, CAMI SOLES and BRASSIERES of Radium Silk, Crepe de Chine, Silk Jersey and fine Cotton materials all ready for the holly decked Christmas box, 75c up to p YOU can count on your fin gers the number of shop ping' days that remain be tween now and December twenty-fifth, and in this surprisingly short time every item on your Christmas list must be selected. One reassuring circumstance is the completeness of this store's Christmas displays." They are at $3.50 $3.25 S9.50 the, gift supremely pleasing BARRE DAILY TIMES WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1922. The Weather. Rnnr tn.nii'ht nnd Thurnlav: warm er to-niisht and in Maino and Kew Hampshire Thursday 5. fretm, cast and Boutlii'ust winds. TALK OF THE TOWN Many Christmas novelties at Burr's. A pleasure to show all our goods. adv. Christmas ' night In Quarry Bank hall the Woman's flub ball. Carroll's orlmstia. Don't miss it. adv. The ideal t?ift -an Kdi.son phono graph. Wo have-a few left. See us at priep. Drown 'a Drujr store. -adv. The members of the L. A., A. O. II., will fro to the home of the late Thom as DIneen to-night at 7 o'clock. Frank Caloapii. Louis Crivellaro, Ar thur Vieari and Aldo Barbed returned to-duy from a threa-day hunting .trip to Brookfield. The regular meeting of the L. A. A. O, II., will, bo held in K. of C. hall Thursday evening at 7:30 ' o'clock. Election of oflicerg. Initiation. You'll want to step out next week and be with, the merry crowd at tha Universalis!; danee in Quarry Bank hall Thursday, Dec. 28. Carroll's orchestra, -adv. ' - . .. o The Woman's Re a d y-1 o - We a r Shop ' .I ' ' , ' . ' ' New Mid -Winter Hats The Satin and Faille Hats embroidered in silver and gold thread or trimmed with fur are the really fashionable hats of the moment: arid make a very acceptable Rift. Colors black, brown, Copen and, gray. $7.50 and $10.00. Fur Coats for the Holidays :...-,-- "i f . ' MwmV Beautiful Cloth Coats, plain or fur trimmed, also sport Cftats of double faced polo cloth $12.50 to $60.00 1 A Silk or Wool Dress V, is a gift any woman would ap preciate. Dresses of Poiret twill, wool" crepe, tricotine, satin' crepe, Canton crepe and crepe de chene and lace, at these reasonable prices $12.00 to $62.50 ip$CCM&53S'0 Gift Elouses of Canton crepe, embroidered' or beaded, from $5.00 to $10.00 Persian and Printed Crepe Blouses $7.50 to $12.50 Petticoats of taffeta, satin and radium silks, plain or changeable colors $3.98 to $(i.50 Sweaters of brushed wool in slip-on or Russian style. Silk and Wool Sweaters io slip-on and Tuxedo styles. Shaker and Coat Sweaters for skiing and sports wear $2.50 to $9 Christmas Hosiery All silk, plain or with hand embroidered clocks; colors black, brown. .$1.00 to $3.75 All Wool Hose, plain, ribbed and heather mixtures 9Sc to $3.73 The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. CSiocoIates in ' Fapey Packages Brown's Drug Store, 48 North Main Street TALK OF THE TOWN A Bon was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph l'uente of 3Z Center street on De cember 17. - , Slisa Marv Hoban of Liberty street ia pansinp the CI istmas holidays with friends iii Charlcstowii, N. H. Special meeting of the A. O. H. on Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Elec tion. A lurge attendance desired. adv. Come in and get your present while You do your shopping. Fifty package Thursday from 1 to 5 p. m. Barre Bar- 1 gain store. adv. y I Miss RiKammid"Maekip.-a teacher at Castlcton Xormal school, is passing the Christmas holidays at her home on Summer street. . . Mi.s Teresa Bisszoaero of Xew'York City is passing a short visit at the home of her aunt, Mr. Joseph Cal cagni, of 1 Humburt street. The regular meeting of the L. A. A. O. II., will be held in- K. of Cr hall Thursday evening at ?:30 o'clock. Election of ortieers. Initiation. Dr. K. F. Hcinyiger is spending a few days in Island Pond, after which ho will go to Burlington to puss Christ mas at the homo of his mother there. Matthew OTIagan is passing the Christmas holidays in. the city, having returned from a business trip through Massachusetts in the Interests of Mar rion & O'Leary. . . Hudson Seal with collar and cuffs of beaver or skunk ........ $230.00 Sealine Coats in sport or wrappy models, s $30.00 to $100.00 Marmot Coat, plain or with raccoon collar and cuffs ..$83.00 to $150.00 Raccoon Coats with large shawl collar and cuffs, $185.00 and $250.00 Muskrat Coat of fine se lected skins ....$129.00 Silk Underwear . Tajamas Night Gowns, Vest Chemise Sets, Envelopes and Camisoles of crepe de chene and radium silk; colors orchid, blue and flesh, at attractive prices. MOJSTPEL1ER .Azil N. and Ellen L. Bhmehard have transferred to Ira M. and Harriet C. Carr, lots 08 and i9 in Smniyside Tarty, for a, consideration of $."(), according to deed Hied witlr-the city clerk. Mis Margaret Doty of Swarthmore college is passing; the Christmas, vaca tion with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Vernon Doty. Uobcrt Frost has returned to this city 1 after a stay of two or three months in Massachusetts. i f!overnor James ' IlHitncss baa re turned to his home in Springfield from a governors' conference in West Virginia. Col. V. (iibson, secretary of civil and military affairs, has alwi returned and was expected here to day. -" , In probate court, Edward Holt has, settled his final account as adininis trator of the, estate of Charles Tu. Holt, ttk nt Vnrtlifielit. . ' M E: W. Bailey and company have entered suit in general assumpsit ajrainst C. W. Farr in Washington countv court. I Diuiiel Roach of New York City is visiting his family over the holidays. Hurry (iisborne of the federal Jor- est service in Missoula, Mont., with his wife and child, has arrived in town for a month's vacation and i Visiting his mother, Mrs. Thoinas fjs borne,' of IJlliley avenue.' j Wells Brock was expected to arrive to-day to pass the Christmas vacation from Dummer academy at South By field, Mass., with his parents, Djr. and Mrs. W. W. Brock. . j Clifton Coates returned to his liome here to-day to pass hi vacation from ( .St. Michael's college in WinooSki. j Miss Louise Uowland haa arrived to j pass the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Howland. i Miss Florence Btone has returned from Simmons college in' Boston, to pass the Christmas vacation. j Howard Almon of Dartmouth col lege has returned to pass the Christ mas vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George If. Almon. ; A. V. Leo of the A. V. Leo Construc tion company in Thompson, Conn., low bidder on "the Danvillo federal aid highway project, waa in thq city today- to aign a contract' for '.the con struction of, the project He expects to have his machinery on the ground this winter, but will not do much work until net spring. I'. Grt ig of l'lainfield was" visitor in the city on Monday. ! Joseph Ramp, who teaches in Mont pclier high school, left to-day for his homo in Rutland, where he will pass the Christmas Vacation. Freeman K. Walker is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Walker over the holidays. Charles Schmitt, V. V. M. '21, was his guest on Tuesday. A radio concert was given out from .i... .-... r, i. Light and Power company on Langdon htreet for about an hour and a half last evening. The music waa given out by an amplifier and waa as clear at times a4 a phonograph with an ampli-j fier attached. The Cantilever shoe eold in thia distrk-t bv Citv Boot Shon. Montnelier. :.. . - ir' Vt.-adv. Miss Beatric Bouchard la on a week'a vacation, from her duties in the state department of agriculture. Louis J'avis of l.mibburg I alllg was in tlie city to-aay to make out Ins final report a tester for a cow asso ciation in" Enoshurg, II. E. Bremer of the atate department of agriculture as sisted mm. l ne uign nera vti tnai oi Tiffany and Royce, which tested 35(1 on hulter fat. Thia herd consist of 35 pure bred Jersey. The general average of the teat ia higher than laut vear. Mra. JL R Sibley and daughter, Kathryn, ir. K. L. tleavea and daughter, Katherine, and Mra. R. V. Putnam are spending a few dayaa in BoHton. The cold wave continued last night ! and thia morning with tempcraturea aa low aa 30 degrees below imported thia morning. Thia figure waa reported from Berlin street. On Elm etreet.i the mercury stood at 27 below, andj at Seguin'a it waa 22 below, or aix degree colder than Tuesday morning. Mra. fiuy B. llorton has gone to South Hero and Burlington to stay over the holiday. For thia week we will sell one lot of men- army tdiirts ?3.50 value for f2..r0; 50 dor.eh mut go. Barre Bargain tore. adv. Coma in and get your present while vou do your shopping. Fifty package Thursday from 1 ,to 5 p. m. Bare Bar gain store. adv. Christmas Only a Few Days Off As usual we are well stocked with the useful articles for men and boys. t Our showing of Neckwear was never so complete. Dress Shirts, all sizes $1.25 to $4.50 Gloves of all kinds $1.00 to $4.50 Underwear makes a nice gift $1 to $8.50 Bath Robes $6.00 to $11.00 House Coats $5.00 to $7.50 A look here will be appreciated. Thc Frank McWhorter Co. . the quality ismoN - -TT7TT v. '. iATl With Christmas Just Around .... -j the Corner . The last 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 332- Ci WOOL HOSE In the desirable Heather Mixtures in plain from 69c to $1.25 SILK and WOOL HOSE Some plain, others have clocks; all of them mbst attractive in the pretty grays and browns ; priced from 1 ............ $1.25 to $3.50 See our Special Silk and Wool with clocks; all in pretty Christmas boxes, at . . ... . .$1.23 Bff niim"'" "" '- ' -I " ' . . " ' " T TALK OF THE TOWN Desk seta at special price at Burr's. lv. Ever-sharp pencil, silver and gold, l tn M. at Cumnungs & wswis. u. In an interesting bowling mateti at, the Peart street alleys last nlllt "Zanleoni's All-Stars" defeated tlie "Whirlwinds" by the close margin ot 11 pins. David McKnight of the losera waa the high scorer, rolling up a count of 273. The-scores "All-Stars, Man- .! 7 79. Dubie, 74, b7, o f47, Znnlenm. NO. o - ' . .. . , Ol ocn. total, 233; Williams, 65, 77, 77-219; Mc Knight, 84, 91, 88273 j total, 2j. Regular meeting of Barre council, No. 401, Knights of Columbus, Wednesday evening, mm at 7:30 o'clock in K. C. hall. A good at- tei ndance 1 desired. Per order Franci O. Marr, recorder. Regular meeting of Barre lodge, No. 1391, I O. O. M. Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. EAST BARRE Regular meeting of Wuchosen tribe, No. 1!). I. O. R. M., Thursday, Ihc. ,21, at 7 p. m. Election of chiefs. . I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE Glenwood Wtw. kitchen ramre, rocking chsir; 'phon 41J-J, after 6 p. m. t LOST An sutomohil r brtwren liwk 1T tht snd oott oce; finder tlm brinf to the Time offioe. ZZitl buy mms c, SERVICE SATISFACTION And from the assortment we've collected for Christmas shoppers, cv sry conceivable want can be filled. y SILK HOSIERY Black and co!ors,"1n reliable makes. Priced at . $1.00, $1.50, $2.25, $2.93 Each in an attractive gift box. UNION DRY GOODS CO. TALK OF THE TOWN Univarsalist dance in Quarry Bank hall Dec. 2S; Carroll's orchestra. ad.'. Grover C. Ifoneycutt , of French street left lat night on a short busi ness trip to Boston. ' The members of the L. A., A, O. II., will go to the home of the late Thom as Dineen to-Might at 7 o'clock. Order your coal and wood before Sat urday. Monday, being a holiday, we will not be working. Calder & Richard son, 'phone 450. adv. What Did I Get Last Christmas Dear me, lould ah have kept a list. I really meant to do o. "Of course, I shall never forget thia little tea table that sister gave me. 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 Skate and Shoe liiades- Ot mgtt gradO outfits. Popular outfits for steel. Strongly made, men, women and boys. High T- inrv- trrade Bhoes with Goodyear KeJr cIamPs hoId secure welt soles and special skat- ly to shoes. In rocker, ing lasts, and the popular hajf hockey and hockey' models of Winchester j i hockey, racing and figure models, skates. C W. Averill & Co. satisfying or English rib, priced special How- many, many times I have used it. A " "Xor the sandwich tray that Uncle Xed sent. I shall always cherish that. And the Windsor rocker from Xcll what a charming gift that ia. I can use it all my life. "Was it candy the cousin out west sent, and who did end those (lowers? Seems tome I received some station ery too. I just can't or the life of me remember anything but my furni ture. "I wonder if that doesn't point a lesson. I think 111 make it a furni ture Christmas. I'm sure then that the gift?-1 give will be remembered." Buy these of B. W. Hooker & Co. ad. Dance in Worthen hall Friday; Lan- di's orchestra. adv. ; Winchester Clamp Skates ar-a. M " '