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St. Albans Daily Messenger from Saint Albans, Vermont • 7

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ST. ALBANS MESSENGER; MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1915. Begin Your Christmas Shopping Early. Probably You VOU OUGHT TO BE INTER CLOTHES. PROB YOU would enjoy seeing and try now showing and we urge you to do Ladies', Misses', and Children's prices.

Ladies' Fur Coats, Handsome Fur etc. Reliable Furs at the Oldest Respectfully, Are Interested. ESTED IN NEW WINTER ABLY YOU ARE. ing on the attractive garments we are so at your earliest convenience. Cloth Coats.

Latest Stylo and lowest Sets in Fox, Wolf, Lynx, Opossum, Dry Goods Store in St. Albans. Corner Dry Goods Store. EXCEPTIONAL VALUES in Ladies9 and Misses' Coats New Muffs and Neck Pieces at Very Reasonable Prices fe PERRON ROIVIN STRANAHAN CLUB Boys' Basket Ball League to Be Formed This Week. The educational classes at the Stranahan Club will be held this week as follows: English, apprentices, shorthand, this evening at 7:30 o'clock.

A rehearsal of the Dramatic Club for those taking part in the play will bo held this evening at 8 o'clock. Apprentices Tuesday evening at 7:00 o'clock. Apprentices Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. English, automobile construction, shorthand Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The regular gymnasium classes will bo held at the usual hours: Older boys' and business men's classes will meet this afternoon.

Basket ball practice will take place this vening at 7:30 o'clock. Juniors will meet Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock; young men in the evening. A boys' basket bayy league will be formed this week and The Messenger is asked to say that boys interested are requested to be present at every session of their class. There have been some very radical changes in 'basket ball rules this season and some time and application will be required to learn and play the game according to rules. WINFIELD 46 Main Street, A Special Sale of Desirable Hair Switches.

Women of taste and discrimination will surely be pleased with the assortment in this special sale for these are fine hair switches, absolutely perfect and strictly sanitary. All colors except grey, $1.45, $1.95 and $2.95. Colors, including grey, finest quality, $4.95. ryan Mclennan Funeral Directors and Embalmers Ambulance Work Dona Promptly. Picture Framing.

128 No. Main St. St. Albans, Vt. Phone 172-1.

We have a splendid assortment' of Diiinerwarc, all prices. Also a complete assortment of llciscy's Glassware, Canning u.a.' BEACON Our complete Holiday and better designs than ever Sets and Kitchen knives of all kinds. Respectfully, II. G. FOLSOM COMPANY BATH ROBE BLANKETS.

The fast-color quality of Beacons is especially appreciated at this time. Designs and col orings suitable for men's or women's wear. Complete with Cord Sets, $2.75. BEACON IND IAN BLANKETS. These are worthy of espe cial mention, as Beacon Indian designs have great renown.

20 styles, $3.75 each. BEACON RO BE FLANNEL. To make jour own Bath Robes, Wrappers, or Dressing Gowns you will tind Beacon Flannel tho host for these purposes best in quality, most attractive, 35c Yard, BEACON PLA ID BLANKETS. Beautiful in colors and de signs. $3.75.

A FEW SPECIALS. RUBBER GOODS Men's Lum berman's 12-inch Leather Top Rubber. Valued at $3.50, Special Price J1.9S. Complete Lino of Youth's and Boy's Converse Legging Rubbers. Valued at $1.50, Special Price 9Se.

500 Pairs Gents, Ladies', and Ch ildren's Felt Bedroom Slippers in Red, Maroon, Blue, and Grey, Bead Trim- med, regular $1.00 Slipper Special Price 50c. VICTOR COHEN'S Cut-E'ric Store 10 Lake Street, BELLEVUE THEATRE SPECIAL WORLD FILM FEATURE TO-DAY. HOLBROOK BLINN in a Picturizatiorr of Fred crick Arnold Hummer's Novel "The Ivory Snuff with the charming ALMA' BELWIX. Alao Lillian Walker. Eva it Overton, and Constance Talmadge in the one-ree Comedy "A KEYBOARD STRATEGY." SPECIAL TO-MORROW, TUESDAY IIOBART ROSWORTII in a Gripping Heart in terest play of the Great West "FATHERHOOD" in 1 reels.

Helen Gibson in "TIIK OX THE BRIDGE." BUSINESS CARDS R. Undertaker and Embalmer. Private Ambulance to be used as Ambulance Only. 34 Kingman St. Office PHONES: Residence.

74-11. c. r. McAllister, Funeral Director and Embalmer. Private Ambulance for Sick and Injured.

Beet of Ambulance Service. 76 North Main St. Residence PHONES: BuiineM 284 -W 93-M. DR. G.

C. BERKLEY. Taylor Block 75 No. Main Street. 4 doora north of Bank St SPECIALTY.

Eye, Ear, Note, and Throat. OFFICE HOURS 8 a. to 4 p. and 7 p. till 9 p.m.

F. W. NORRIS, M. D. Practice Limited to Oiieasce of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Office over W.

S. Bailey-e Store. Houra 9 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to 8. Glauses fitted with accuracy and promptness. Appointments may be made in advance by card or phone.

43 Nn Main St. Telephone 18-W. DR. H. A.

STEVENSON, Osteopathic Physician. 8 Kingham St. st. Albans, Vt Hours 9-12 a. 2-4 p.

and by appointment except Tuesday and Sat-urduy. S. E. Telephone. H.

B. ESMOND, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 70 So. Main St.

Hours Until 9 a. m. 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Phone 258-4.

K. L. HHOUG1I, PRACTICAL OPTICIAN North Main Street, St. Albaoi, Vt. Hours, 8.3d to 12, i to 6, 7 to 9.

W. D. HEALD. Livery and Hack 8rvice. Day and Night.

Funerale and Weddinge a Specialty. Rear Bellevue Theater Telephone 151 LAWRENCE LAWRENCE SURVEYORS Pho.12 137-13 59 Written St MncDougull's Livery. Best of Service, closed carriages for all occasions. Open day and night. Fairfield Street.

Fn ne 408. You Want Good Coal and that is what you get when you buy free burning Lehigh of us. Egg, Nut, Stove, and pea. All kinds of wood and kindlings cut to order. D.

E. SULLIVAN. Phone 252-X for Quick Service. FOR SALE Double Wagon in perfect running condition for the small sum of Twenty Dollars. P.

B. B. NORTHROP. Phone 263-W. St.

Albans, Vt. SHOP S. BAILEY ST. ALBANS, VT HAS St. Albans, Vt.

Children 5c. Iron Sho rs flie Way. It is economical. It' is made of the best material. It enables one to do tho best possible work.

It makes it Improbable to 30 away and leave the current on. It saves the eye strain. It is warranted for 5 years. Each iron is done up in a Christmas Box. Irkes $3.59.

without the light. $3.00 HATCH HARDWARE CO. William H. Wright has come to tiiis city from Sheldon to make her home with her son. William R.

'Wright, of Diamond t. Mrs. Wright's husband died Novemler 20 at his in Sheldon. Mr. ami Mrs.

Frank r. Connolly, of Rouses Point. N. visited at the home of Daniel E. Sheehan, of Edward Sunday.

Forty Hours' Devotion Begins. The devotion 40 hours of adoration began this morning at 9 o'clock at St. Mary's vhurrh. There will Ix cr n-fessien Monday and Tuesday afternoons and eveiinxs. masses at 5:30 and 9 o'clock Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, a solemn art of reparation to the llewl Mcnimrnt Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clork; and Wed- nes'Tay.

the fenst of the immfC'Hte conception and a noiy day of ELANKETS. line is now ready, before. More extensive Co Tlie Toy Like Structural Steel Thebrst gift for any boy i Erector. He'll have bualieU of fun building- tig, ttrom? stctl models. Tfee Erector girder and powerful motor make Erector the best construction toy on the mars ket.

Be sure to see our display. PELKEY'S Hardware Store. NOW IS THE TIME to have YOUR CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES and ANNOUNCEMENTS PRINTED Attend to It Now "Never put off till to-morrow What can be dona to-day." T. S. HOUGHTON 36 Kingman St.

Phone 359-J years old must have the written permission of their parents to patronize these places. Potraits from Adults 10c, Tii 3 Kedlite Electric Funeral of Harry 0. Williston. The funeral of Harry O. Williston, aged 41 years, who died Friday morning at the home of his mother, Mrs.

G. N. Williston, of Rugg was held at the house Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, the Rev. H. L.

Thornton, pastor of the Universalist church, officiating. Mrs. B. H. Start and Mrs.

G. F. Barker sang "Gathering Home" and "Abide with Me." The bearers were-James A. Graham, Silas J. and William H.

and George Dris-coll. The body was taken Sunday night on train No. 6 at 11:20 o'clock to Suffield, where the funeral was held this morning at 9 o'clock and the burial took place in Suffleld. Mr. Williston's brother, George T.

Williston. and the latter's wife went to Suf-ficld with the body. Condition of the Sick. Doris JL Miles, daughter of Wr. and Mrs.

F. E. Miles, of Lincoln who has been ill for the past week, is able to be out. The condition of Miss Jennie Rankin, of Xorth Main who recently underwent an operation at the Sherwood sanatorium, is improving. The condition of Safford E.

Thorp, of Mesrenger who is confined to the house by sciatica, is improved today. Tlie condition of Daniel E. Plicp'mn, of Edward who is ill, is very critical to-day. The condition of Mrs. Jane Moore, of Edward who has been 111 the past two months, at the homo of her daughter, Mrs.

George Grossman, is not as favorable. City Court Proceedings. In the city court Saturday afierroon In the caFe of State vs. Stephen Galloway, charged with the larceny of $lfi3, jewelry, and clothing from John T.es-sing, the respondent was bound over for trial at the March term cf the Franklin county court. State'? Attorney S.

S. Cushing appeared for the State and Galloway was rep 'escnted by George M. Hogan. Notice Swanton Theater-Goers. The popular Urban Stock with Marion Johnquest is at the Opera House this entire week in a reportoire of royalty plays many of which are still running in the large cities, such as Within the law.

Stop Thief, At Ray, etc. Spec ial cars for Swanton will leave the Opera House at the elor.e of each evening performance. Seats on advance sale at Armstrong's. (adv.) Advertisement. EMPIRE THEATER NFWS The play at The Empire to-nigat very forceful one.

"'he Fighting Hope- It presents the supreme dramatic artist Iaura Hope Crews positively one of the most gifted dramatic stars. The drama made Its author famous over night It Is the life drama of a noble wife who strives to prove the innocence of her unworthy convict hushand. The woman about whom the inter est of this play centres is the wife of a moderately prosperous bank offirla', who is condemned to jail for nn embezzlement of a very peculiar nature. She believes her husband to be In nocent, and manages to become tho secretary of the president of the bnr.k (now closed), whom she lelieves to lv guilty. The president Is forced to establish her husliand's guilt beyond all doubt, in order to lear his own name, and letters which finally come' intr his convince- even the wife that her husband was untrue to his trust.

thif time the wife falls In lovo with the man by whom she has ben employed, thus having her fidelity to her convict husband put to an extreme test. The ultimate solution of this traordin-ry situation is worked" out with such cleverness that ft comes as complete dramatic surprise. Don't miss this play. A word to the wise is sufficient fine rig now shown in C. I-Curtis' window will be given Wednesday.

Drsrs-mlwr th. De sure and have numbered tickets with yoti on that day. Richardson, Speaking of the Holiday- Season you can always be cheerful if your smoke is NU BUCK Full of cheerful reasons for your consideration. II. A.

DOWLING, Maker Your Town. LOCAL SOCIETY MEETINGS. Welden Chapter, 0. E. S.

Welden Chapter, No. 70, E. will meet Tuesday evening at o'clock. Emerald Temple, P. S.

Emerald Temple, No. 15, P. will meet to-morrow evening. The nomination of officers will take place. Friendship Circ'o.

The Friendship Circle of the King's Daughters will meet Wednesday evening with Mrs. George C. Holmes, of Xorth Main st. St. Albans Camp, M.

W. A. Tlie monthly meeting of St. Allans Cam Xo. 9,:.72, M.

W. will he held to-monow evening. Officers will be elected. Tho Mesenger is requested to say that a full attendance is desired. Death of Mrs.

S. Y. Hammond. Mrs. Ella Hammond, aged SI years and nine months, wife of Sydney Y.

Hammond, of South Main died at her home Sunday evening at 7:15 o'clock after an Illness of a few hours of angina pectoris. The funeral will he held at the home Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. George W. Smith, rector of St. Luke's Kpiscopai church, and the burial w.U be in the South Main sitreet cemetery.

Mrs. Hammond was 'orn February 11, in Biackhrook, N. Y. She is survived by her husband; one daughter, Mrs. E.

F. Bellows, of South Main two sisters. Mrs. W. J.

Robinson, of 1'pper Jay, N. and Mrs. Henry Smith, of Denver. Colo. Warm Pool Room Proprietors.

Chief of Police J. F. Mahoney is warning the proprietors of local pool rooms regarding their allowing minors about their places of business. According to the law young men under 21 It's a Fact that I am handling the largest line of PENNY CANDY GOODS in the state. I am also making a SPECIAL, feature of SCHRAFFT'S CHOCOLATES and also LOOSE WILES CHOCOLATES.

I. GREENFIELD, Wholesale Confectionery and Neveltiea. 45 Federal St. Tel. 241-W.

St. Albans, Vt. Now is the Time to Get Stove liargnins I have on hand ready for sale over one hundred stoves of all kinds from 50c to $18.00. Also a large stock of becond hand furniture. A.

r. 31 Catherine St Phone 6t. Albans, Vt Tne Best Firs insurance VERMONT MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. E.

L. MASON, Agent. 116 N. Mam St. Phone 154 -M "WOOD TO BURN Any Kind, Any Price, Any Length.

Delivered Anywhere. "Order the Day Before." Phone 6. after 6: SO call 416-4 L. B. TRUAX.

RECENT BIRTHS. A tt-i was born November -It to and Mrs. John Uuisue, of Water St. A ii war, born November 8 to Mr. ami Jlra.

A. Westover, of Federal at Pastors Preach in Exchange. The liov. W. Anthony, pastor of the Firr.t Congregational church in this city, preached in exchange Sunday with the Key.

John Van Hulk, of tho Congregational church at wanton. Asked to Wear Rubber Sole Shoes. The is aied to say that all members of Compar," 1st N'. intending to play basket bail are r-yt-uestod to wear rubber sola shoos. Charity dance for poor of city under auspices St Vincent do Paul Society, City Hall, Tuesday.

January 4, 1S1. Music, Felton's Full Orchestra. Tickets 30c, Include refreshments. Everybody cordially invited. adv.

NOTICE Having purchased the patterns and machinery of the St. Albans Foundry Imploi'icnt Company sue in position to parts of the threshers and machines formerly manufactured by them and do general repairing. FILLMORE BUSHEY SON. Corner Stebbins and Catherine Sts. Albans; Vt.

EARLY COALLEHIGH AND LACKAWANNA COAL BUCKWHEAT, PEA, CHESTNUT. TOVE, EGG, GRATE SIZES Lumber, Doors, Windows, Portland Cement, Pulp Flastcr.t Ladders and Shingles. BOSTWICK BROS St. Albans, Opposite Tost PLENTY OF TIME Make your Christmas Order Early. Chandler's Convey the Greetings.

PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER St. Albans, Vermont. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Mrs. J.

A. Rturtevant, of South Main is visiting in Burlington. Mrs. C. A.

Boat wick, of Dank left the city Sunday evening for Washington, D. where she will meet Mr. Host wick who has been visiting in Sarasota, for several weeks. Mrs. D.

J. McCarthy, of Cedar left the city this morning for Itrock-ville. where she will visit her two daughters. Helen and Elizabeth, who are attending school there, for a few days. From Ilrockviile Mrs.

McCarthy will go to Chicago, where she will pass the winter. Frank Carter and son. Gerald, of St. Alt'ans point, visited in North Htro yesterday. Mr.

and Mr. Harry Prinele, who have b-en viwitire at the home Mr. rringle'a tifter. Mrs. V.

J. Morrill, of the Ray, the past 10 days, have returned to IJo-rton. The St. Vincent de I'aul Six-irty is ai ranging for a rharity dane to held in the city hall January 4 for the benefit of the poor of the ity. Miss Xellie Lynch, of Myntpelier.

was tlw gurt over Sunday of Mrs. James Lynch, High st. Charter M. Cox. of Mdroe.

president of the St. Albans Grain Co is visiting in the Several voting men of this city will rive an informal dance at the Owl Club assembly nail Friday- J. f. Riley, of Bank has r-tnrned home from a busim-wa trip to Tror. Albany, and ther New Tark points .,4,.

We arc now preparing for our Holiday trade. We offer to the public a large and varied assortment of both dainty and useful articles for Christmas gifts L. J. MORTON. EMPIRE THEATRE Special To-Day 5 Reels in Jesse L.

Lasky and David Belasco present LA UK A HOPE CREWS in a picturization of the thrilling Belasco modern success "THE FIGHTING HOPE" Admission Adults 10cf Children 5c We Have Received Another Shipment of PALM OLIVE OFFERS Get Yours While They Last. SI. 93 Value for 59 Cents. COLOUR'S PHARMACY The Store That Always lias It." 30 N. llitn Street Feature To-Morrow Betty Nansen and Stuart Holmes in "Should a Mother.

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