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THE BAIUtE DAILY TIMES, NARRK, VT., THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1913.
Heastek opening 1 1 Featuring the New Coats and Suits for Spring Distinguished Easter Garments FOR LADIES, MISSES AND JUNIORS, strikingly novel and original, and decidedly different from any thing shown before. Thursday March 20th Friday March 21st Saturday March 22nd i Rare Array of Women's Smartly Tailored Suits and Coats Women's Suits and Coats at this opening will be a surprise to those who investigate values, who appreciate perfect tailoring, who seek the correct styles of materials and shapes, who are familiar with fashion's latest decrees and who above all know when a garment is cut on correct lines. Come in and see these distinguished Suits and Coats that are price-marked so modestly, w Our special display will make your shopping easy. Early Showing of Reception Dresses ( Handsome Gowns for the Easter shopper now ready for your inspection, including particularly all shades for the coming spring materials such as Chiffons over Silks, in Light Green, Pale Pink, and Yellow. Also a line of Messalines and White Serges, from $10.95 to $20.00 each. An attractive line of Silk Poplins in nearly all shades at $15.00. Early Easter Arrivals Our Waist Department is attracting a great deal of attention these days, and with our line of new Easter numbers are sure to please. Ask to see our line of Silk Chiffon Waists to match your Suits from $2.98 to $5.98 each. Easter Styles in La France Shoes Advance styles, in La France Shoes and Oxfords are now ready for your earliest inspection. New styles that are sure to please. Special showing" at this time, and full line of sizes. Ask to see our Gun Metal Pumps at $3.50 per pair. LaFrance Shoes and Oxfords from $3.50 up to $5.00 per pair. THE HOMER FITTS CO. New Line of Easter Gloves Now Ready "MEYERS MAKE" TALK OF THE TOWN Fitts' sells Shawmut rubbers. Special for Saturday, Easter gloves, at Vaughan's. , We have Little's new syrup for sale. Eastman Bros. Ladies, attend Kaster opening Satur day, March 22. Paris Shirtwaist Hous-j. Clark Tayntor, a student at Yale col lege, arrived in the city this morning from New Haven, Conn., for a week's visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. K. M. Tayntor. Mr. Tayntor will return to New ilaven next Wednesday. TALK OF THE TOWN Harold Tierney of St. Albans waa a visitor at the home of his parents on South Main street yesterday, while on his way to White River Junction for a brief visit. X. B. Ballard of 10 Orange street left this morning for Rutland, where he will remain for a few days' business visit. Harold 'P. Hintnan of Orange was a visitor in the city yertertiay on his way to St. Albans and Burlington for a few days' visit. I Thinking of Easter j HAVE YOU CONSIDERED THE I MATTER OF NEW CLOTHES? t t We have prepared this season in good time with f , f vast showing of SPRING CLOTHES, on account of J i the early EASTER. ij . Our stocks of high-grade wearables are ready for you. Now is a good time to get the full benefit of 1 complete varieties. j I SUITS, SPRING COATS, RAIN COATS, NECK- t WEAK, liUSItiKI, ULUVJo, Biimia, uiAita, UNDERWEAR, and all the minor requisites are pre sented in the choicest of the season's better offerings at prices comparatively lew. WHEN YOU THINK OF EASTER, THINK OF THIS STORE. TALK OF THE TOWN April Ladies' Home Journal at Kilts', ia now in. Try the City bakery for hot cros buns; 12c a dozen. Rev. A. C. Griffin, acting pastor of St. Monica's church, was a visitor at Bur lington today. Miss Blanche Reason, who has been visiting at Burlington for the past few days, was a visitor in the citv yester day afternoon, returning to her home at uraniteville. C. F. Butterick of Academy street. who has been parsing a few days at St. Johnsburv, where an automobile show has been convening, returned to the city today. -Miss Carrie Linekin, a student at Bos ton university, arrived in the city yes terday to spend the Easter vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. CJ. L. Linekin, of Merchant street. lieorire Greenslit of Warren is panning city, having been 1 TALK OF THE TOWN La France shoes for Easter now in. Fitts'. We have Little's new syrup for U. Eastman Bros. Best hot cross buns Friday at City bakery; 12c a dozen. Arthur Vivian of North Main street returned this forenoon from a few days' visit to Burlington. Join the crowd and vou will find vonr- self glidinir about the hall at the clerk' dance. Oh, that dreauiv waltz. Harold K. Abbott of Derhv Lino ul.n is connected with the state "airricultural department, was a guest of friends .n the city today. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ordway returned this forenoon to their home in Kv I Junction, after spending a few das wun menus in the city. H. S. Drysdale, 11. M. Cutter, R. F, Trumper, F. L. Soner and G. V. Colhv of Boston were in the city to-day in the a few day. in the city, navuig been mtercsU of several translating com Nelson, Charles Landon, who died at his home on South Main street Tuesday after noon. Mrs. :The Frank McWhorter Co. FUR COATS TO RENT Wherever there Is Pain apply aa &flflCB- PLASTER Th World's Oraataat fstarnal Ramady. WE ARE READY FOR SUGARING ARE YOU? We make the best Bucket Covers, and the price is low. Order now. Come to us for your Tapping Bits, Bit Braces, Drills, Sap Spouts, Thermometers, Strainers, Square and Round Cans, Sugar Pails, etc C. W. AVERILL & CO. Sl-3 Nrtk Main St. Tel 43 W Barrt.Vt Pavilion Theatre SPECIAL TODAY How & Haley The old-time minstrels. A scream from start to finish. FRANK CLAYTON Comedy 'musical act Also a dandy 3,000 Feet of Feature Film Admission. 10c 11. 11: vi , . . iiinniu weison. wno has np,.ii sending a few days in the citv as the guest of .Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Goodfcllow . or spawning street, returned to-dv to lier home at Hyegatc. 1 The board of managers of the Vin citia club have engaged John Keid to act as janitor at the club rooms to fill the vacancy caused bv the resignation of . William Carroll of Cliff street. j Francis Finnepan of Oaniteville, who has been spending the pant two weeks at IVxter. X. Y., returned to his home .the first part of the week. Duncan Kras- ler, who accompanied Mr. Finnegan to Xew York state, ha ecured employ ment and will remain there for an in definite period. ntie vt. iwia has moved his house hold good from the tenement on High land avenue, recently leased to K. N. Xormandeau. into a tenement at 30 Pat terson .treet purchased some time ago by Paul Pierson. The new owner has completely renovated the structure and will occupy a portion of it as a home. The regular meeting of the Cobble Hill grange was held last evening, the gentlemen occupying the officers' chairs and giving the literarv entertainment. The program was in 'charpe of E. K. llutonin.on and K. K. Perry and was as follows: Song, "The Songs Mv Moth er Sang,-' F. S. Kent; readme. '"Potato Lesson of mi," .. K. Hutchinson; reading. "Feeding Soil Through the Hairy Cow." J. K. Thurston; reading :-ourg Men as Farmers." F. S. Kent; real ft. "Tidy l p," Harold Bancroft; radir. "Amount of Soil Fond I'scd by (Jraia Crops." F. C. I-ancroft. The social committt-es announce a whit party to be pii at the grange hall Fr day evening. March 21. New suar will be ss-rvrd and riws be givn those makir.it the highest and lowe-t corrs. Work on the new ball i pro gressing satisfactorily and the grange voted to more tWi at wn aa it ready for occupaacr. TALK OF THE TOWN Hot cross buns, 12c a dor.en, at City bakery. Faster gloves, neckwear and ribbons. At Vatiglmn's. ' Kaster opening Saturday, March 22. rarj Shirtwaist House. Kaster opening of silk waUts, dream' and silk petticoats, l'aria Shirtw-ii.it House. Thu McWhorter Co. carry eomnleto lines of Munsiiig union suits for men and boys. Heavy, medium and light weights. A daughter was born vesterdev to Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Hinnchi of ilanover, X. II. Mr. and Mrs. aliianchl are for mer residents of Harrc. The. senior class of (ioddnrd seminary will present the three-act cc.nedy, "Hig bee of Harvard," at the seminary to morrow evening at 8 n clock. Xext Thursday night when the stars shine bright and the mooii is high till above all, come along and join the clerks at their public dance in the Howlar.1 hall. Hiawatha lodge, No. 20, I. 0. 0. F., has issued invitations for a sugar party and dance to bo held in Miles' hall, so called, Friday (evening at 8 o'clock. Dancing, 50c, new sugar loc. The boy scouts of trooj l are re quested to meet at headquarter to night at fl:.K). Kvery boy is requested to be present. -as special business is on hand. Per order scoutmaster. ismmxixxttmtttxumt uxBuxtrnmsimuxui tmnn&s&nmsnm Easter Exhibition Spring! Did you hear a thrush call yesterday? Of course it was caroling of spring clothing. All mankind joins in the desire to replace the old and worn with the fresh and stylish. . In response to this universal longing, we have assembled a varied assortment of new Spring Coat and Suit models 'for ladies, misses and juniors. Coats, $9, $12, $15, $18 and $22. Suits, $15, $18, $20, $25. Glad to show you, whether you buy or not. HENRY W. KNIGHT, BARRE.VT. Successor t Vealt & Knight. : iitiiiiitutszstZittttitttititxtiittitxtiKiuuiiii Marclu 23 Easfeii-CIloilliies22 Easter comes early this year and you know that Easter time is dress up time With most good folks. You are probably even now thinking of what will prove most pleas ing to you in a new Spring and .Sum mer Suit. And we have just what you want in better Clothes than you have ever seen anywhere. We mean few V CoprrisM 1913 Tlie Houwof KuppenWm- Kuppenheimer Clothes and Rosman Union- Made Clothes Come in to-day Ask to see the new ideas in Suits. Let us help you in the selection of a fabric and shade which will be both pleas ing and becoming, to you. , . ; - ' . , . . . . : . In a word, let us help you select a Suit that will give you worthy service in addition to the satisfaction you'll get out of it each time you get into it. ..... .... The prices will add another note of pleasure to your purchase. Suits $18 to $25 U e I e C 1 o H flu n e C o. , Your satisfaction is guaranteed here. Ask us why and how. TALK OF THE TOWN Kaster gloves at Kitts'. ( !uy your Ka?ter ribbons At Fitts. New - Kaster suits and coats at Fitts. Thomas William of St. Johnsbury ar rived in the city this forenoon for a visit with friends. ' Miss Edith Harrows of St. Albans ar rived in the city yesterday for a few (lavs' visit with relatives. M. S. Rounds of Park street returned last night from Boston, w here he has been attending the automobile show. Mrs. C. A. Podge of the Montpeher road has returned from a few days visit with relatives in St. Albans and vicinuj. Mavor William H. Ward and Karl V. Cutler left this forenoon for iwura. where they will attend the aulo iru;n show. Baseball is niakin? raiml procress ai (kwldard seniinaiy. and last nigiil a lew idavers were able to appropriate a small Tnr.r nf the seniinarv campus, l ne at tention of Coaches Kurtz and Hoe rule is as vet devoted to limbering up the squad. Within another week time, tne trtxniara coaches are optimistic that the field will be in plavable condition. The number of the squad already reported for prac tice is very small, so that at present no line can" be obtained on the prosjiects f..r tin. season. The appearance of a large number of reputable baseball can- it i' la Tcs ia rapecieu 'c " t the week. TALK OF THE TOVN Arthur Cave of Holster avenue and Ernest Nichols left last night for Wash ula, Fla., where they will visit for a few months. TALK OF THE TOWN Dr. William McFarland of North Main street retimed home to-day from Bos ton, where he has been spending a few davs on business. TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED i WANTED- Fir-l" luwipr. crlnnwd to handhnc Unre stone " ".m '"'; othr net apn- APPir w dall Co. tf TO RENT-l'p-to-d. ix-fxoiii tranT!. InouiT 1 Hirttaad v.iwml TOB SALE -100 S- h't Lrhor pl W : 1m n for vrttinc. C. D. Urmckmmr. WUliaimtovB. VL t NOTtl'K A wid.1Wr- Amrir oMn w-tKiH UVr iknutir numnc. Aitm Kn. W. E-, Bom ill. VtMhuiftM. Vnot. 4tl ; LOST - A ttn f rM Im mrm firwt- dar4 .r-ma.IT mud 1 " Summer T rwt t'mdvT murn to 9 JUcbarOKa strart r4 r This Money Saving Sale Ends Saturday night, .giving you. two days more in which to save dollars by availing yourself of this NO-OFFSET TAX SALE. If you have heard of this big sale from the lips of the many satisfied customers who have patronized it, and have not been in to see for yourself, then come and see what splendid Shoes you can buy for a little money. WE SCATTER ALL PROFITS TO THE WIND at the close of each season's business to clear out the stock on hand. This enables us to ahvaj's show you new, fresh, up-to-the-minute goods at the opening of each season. Shoes and Rubbers for men, women and children the best the country produces. Sale closes Saturday night The People's Shoe Store C. S. ANDREWS, PROP, Hale Block Barre, Vermont