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THE BAKHK DAILY TIMES, J1AKKE, VT., SATUKDAY, MAHCH 29, 1013. SPRING SHOWING Of AH the New and Beautiful Things Including the Latest Fashions in our Ready-to-Wear Department. Come in and see the wonderful merchan dise display, ready for the Spring Season. Never have we received such beautiful Coats, Suits, Waists, Dresses, etc., and never were opportunities so favorable for you to buy Stylish Wearing Apparal at such reasonable prices. New Suits We are showing a strong; lifie of Suits at $15.00 and are specializing on one style in a mannish 3 button cutaway, skirt with side kick plate and an excep tional fine quality of messaline lining. Others from $15. 00 to $35.09. Junior Suits We are showing a big line of hand some suits for juniors from 13 to 19 years. These are nicely tailored and come in nearly all shades such as Copen hagen, navy, tan and leather very good quality serges. Prices from $10.95 - to $16.50. . Spring Coats Our line of Coats is complete, inclnding the latest styles and materials to be found; prices from $8.87 up to $25.00. - The Homer Fitts Company Ladies' Home Journal Patterns OPEN ON APRIL 23. Spaulding High to Play Alumni in the First Baseball Game. .'Manager Nelson Itrown this morning announced the official baseball sched ule of Spaulding high sehool for the coming season. The schedule contains 17 games, the list extending over prac tically tin? (same territory covered in the past few years by the local high school team. The athletic committee lias not vet reached a decision as to what grounds will be utilized for the games, but it is quite likely that the important dates will be booked to be played on the Italian A. C. grounds ofT Berlin street. Practice will be conduct ed as in the past at the Granite City trotting park, commencing when the tpring term reopens on April 7. The schedule is as follows: April 23 Alumni. April 28 Montpelier seminary at In tercity park (pending). May 3 Spaulding high at Morris-ville. Mav May June 9 Montpelier high at Intercity park. June 12 Alumni. June 14 (ioddard seminary at Barre (pending). TALK OF THE TOWN 9 Burlington high at J5nrr. 12 Spaulding high at Randolph, May 14 Alumni. Mav 16 Montpelier seminary nt In- (pending). 23 St. Albans high at Barre. 2(1 Montpelier high at Inter- tercit v Mav May citv. Mav May bans. June ton. June June 29 People's academy at Barre. 30 Spaulding high at St. AI- 3 Spaulding high at Burling- ( pending). 4 Randolph high at Barrf. fl (Joddard seminary at Barre McC'all patterns nt Knight'. Clarence Nourse of Worcester is pass ing a few days in the city with rela tives. Professor and Mrs. O. K. Hollister went to ortli .Montpelier today tor a few days' visit. Joseph A. Keeley left this morning for Boston, where he will spend ten days with relatives. tieorge Nelson arrived in the city this morning from Boston, where he recently landed from his home, Aberdeen, Scot land. Mr. Nelson will make Barre his residence. Roland Morgan, who has been visiting at his former home at Aberdeen, Scot land arrived in the city yesterday from Boston, where he has been visiting for a fewTtnvs, lollowins Mis arrival in this countrj'. The East Barre Athletic club passed tnrongn tne city today on their way to Northfield, where they will oppose the Co. K basketball quintet The game will be the last of a series between the two organizations. East Barre has been victorious in the two previous contests. TALK OF THE TOWN WEST TOPSHAM. If not attending elsewhere, why not come to the town hall at Orange Cen ter, April 2, Wednesday evening. Prom enade and dance for alL Hood music. Miss 1). E. Puie, who has been visit ing at her former home on Railroad street for a few days, returned to Bur lington yesterday afternoon. The (ireen Mountain express, due to arrive in Barre at 8 o'clock in the morn ing, did not reach the city until 1 1 o'clock this forenoon, numerous delays having been occasioned by washouts. Misses Kathleen and Clair Miles, who have been visiting at their homo on WVst street for the past ten days, and Misses Pauline Canning and Dorothy Donahue, who have been their guests during that time, returned today to re sume their studies at St. Mary's acad emy, jiurlinirtorL jii tne oaseoau schedule recently is sued by the management of Brit-ham academy of Bakersfield, there are two games slated to be played' with tiod dard seminary. The first will be in this city on May 9. The return game will be played at Rakersficld during the clos ing weeK ot the haseball season. June 0, Friday's arrivals at The Buzzell hotel were as .follows: J. Shirley Jackson, lmg-ton, Unt.; Madame Shirley .lack- son, Kingston. Out.; John Andrews, Bur lington; V. If. Coekburn, Boston: Mary Opilvie, Boston; V. S. Masson, Boston; James Smith. Hardwick; Sam Burke, Hoston; .P. Wood, J'hiladelphia; L. B. Shaw, Lowell, Mass. BARRE CLUB NOTES. The Tourist club will have a mu sicale with Mrs. Sargent Monday even ing at 8 o'clock. Each member may bring a guest. The Celebrated Cook Book "Royal Baker & Pastry Cook" FREE. Send your address. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. Royal is absolutely pure and wholesome, the best in every way, of all the baking powders. It makes food of finest flavor, and adds anti-dyspeptic qualities thereto. It has greater leavening strength and is therefore the most economical 8 Spring Styles j! in Men's and Boys' Caps tt I ft BARRE OPERA HOUSE iLfm lit 'i rargMnaaaacJ. jtfagLjuM . We have anticipated your CAP wants this sea- son, and we are prepared to show you an immense jj line of LAMSOX & HUBBARD CAPS in all the new jj patterns. These Caps all bear the UXIOX LABEL, Wednesday, April 2 :j and we ask your inspection before purchasing. V. BOYS' CAPS, 25c and 50c. jj MEN'S CAPS, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50. We arc also showing complete lines of STITCHED CLOTH HATS at $1.00, $1.50 and B $2.00. 11 The Frank McWhorter Co. THRILLING ESCAPE FROM LIONS DYNAMITING A MOUNTAIN SKY-SCRAPER 3. HOLLAND "SZTZS? TALK OF THE TOWN Frown pudding at Kendrick'i Satur day. Two more day In which to pay dog liccnxcit. Jjiiliin' houe d reuse DHc and up. At Vuiigliaii'a. Mi Alice I'arks left taut night for ftohton, where ihe will viait relative for a week. L. B. Thompson left this morning for St. Albana. where he will make a week. end viit . with rclutiveH. William Surumerville left last night for Stowe, where he will make an en- tended Ktav with relative. Harry itloch of Cottage atrect left thin morning for llinenhnrg, where lie will pend ten day with hia father. llax W'illey of North Seminary street returned today from Bristol, where he ha been visiting for the paat few days. Mrs. Albert Laviolctte of Maple ave nue went yesterday to .Shclburtic, where she will visit relatives for a few weeks. Mrs. V. A. Warner of Wachington passed throiign the city this morning on her way to .Boston, where she will visit friends. Frank C'ussava of Farwell street re turned to-day from West ('hazy, N. Y where he was called by the death of hia niece. Horace S. Springer returned yester day afternoon to his home in Norwich N. V., after passing several days in the city on business, Airs. Clayton Stephens, who has been visiting relatives in the city for the past ten davs, left this morning for her home in Burlington, .f. B. Cassellini, of 07 Pleasant street who underwent an operation nt his home several weeks nifo, was able to be out of doors yesterday. .Miss Constance Moore of lamp street a teacher at the Lincoln school house, left today for Holyoke, Mass., to speud the spring vacation. . Charles lloernle. an instructor at tJod ilard seminary, left this forenoon for Dorchester, Mass., where he will pass the annual spring vacation. Mr. T. W. Towers of Richmond ar rived in the city today for a few days' visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. Ward Carver, of Church street. Miss Jennie Cruickshank, 'who has been snendini; ten davs at her home on Circle street, left this morning for Portland, Me., where ahe is employed. .fames Donahue, who attends the Uni versity of Vermont, was a visitor in the city yesterday aiternoon on his way to Oaniteville for a few days' visit. Albert Freeman, a student in the med ical department of the University of Vermont, Burlington, arrived in the city last night for a few days' vUit with friends. Deep lfabbcb of Prospect street, who has been spending the past week at Boston in the interests of the Xew York Bargain store, returned to the city this forenoon. For Sale -A dining fable and chairs, sideboard, good cookslow a'ni other val uable pieces of furniture. Cull in the afternoon or evening at l0 Unuich htreet and see them. Mr. and Mrs. Carlo Delia Santa, wtio have been spending several days with the former's brother, S, Delia Santa, of 410 North Main street, returned this morning to their home in W'atcrburr. .Miss Alice McDonald of (irauiteville, who returned the first part of the week from a visit to Burlington, is spending two weeks at the home of Air. and Mrs. James McDonald of Summer street. T. K. Cotighlin. who has been spending a week in the city on business connect ed with K. W. & O. transportation lines, left last night for Boston, to pass the week-end. He will return to Barre on Monday. Miss Kuth hastnian, who has been spending a Jew diivs with her mother, Mrs. t. M. Kastman, of Washington street, left this noon for Burlington, where she will resume her stiJie at St. Mary's school. Mrs. Robert Cortland, who has been visiting relatives in Barre since Faster, will leave tonight for Allaiiv. X. Y., where she will make an extended stay, returning late in April to her home in Blue Hill, Me. Cards have been received in this city from Mr. and Mrs. Francis Andrew Hovt announcing the marriage of their daugh ter, J'jiitli .Mae, to illinm Fugenc Campbell, which took place n Lyndon. Wednesday, March 2o. Herbert f. Young returned to Barre to-day, after spending a week in Waits field on business. Mr. Y'oung will as sume his duties at the Are station Mon day, L. Mudgett having served as a regular during his absence. through misinformation, an item in yesterday's paper stated that IL H. Reed of I hicago was visiting his parents on South Main street. .Mr. Reed is still at Xorthwestern university, where he is pursuing a course in dentistry. The basketball game in the Church street gymnasium Thursday ' evening, between the V. C. M. team and the D. C. V. team, resulted in a score of 20 to in favor of the latter, instead of 13 to 10, as chronicled in yesterday's Times. The service, at Hedding M. K. church Sunday evening at 7 o'clock wKI be under the auspices of the Methodist brotherhood, with sermon bv Rev. Dr. Chadhourne of Boston. Music bv the male chorus. The public is most cor dially invited to this service. Miss Hazel Maiden of West street, who has oeen visiting at Hartford. Conn., and Springfield. Mass., for the past six weeks, returned to the city today. She was accompanied by Misses Agiies and Lena Forrester of" Springfield. Mass., who will visit as her guests for a few week:. "The Comedy Four,' a vaudeville sketch of local talent, who performed at the Pavilion theatre in this citv on Wednesday night, showed at the Hen- TALK OF THE TOWX Frozen pudding at Kendrick's Satur day. Ask about tho magazine proposition at Abbott's. Xew line of one piece house dresses. I'm-is Shirtwaist House. Indies' and missel' and children's white dresses on sale at N'aughan's. Fifty umbrellas on sale Saturday for Mo each ut Perry's. An extra value. Special prices on children's white dresses Saturday. Paris Shirtwaist House, W. K. Willi returned to Barre last night, after spending several days with friends in South Ryegate. Mrs. William llowland of Division street left today for St. Johnsbury, for a tew days' visit with relatives. Fred Arnold of Albany, A'. Y., a for mer resident of Harre, arrived in the city yesterday for a week's visit Arthur D. Knight and Winifred Mmtli left last night for Boston, where they will remain for a few days visit. Werald Brock of Washington street went this morning to Newbury, where he will spend a week with relatives. B. (t. Bass, who has been spending a week in Barre and at his former home in Randolph, has returned to Boston. Mrs. William Milne of Brook street has returned home, after spending a few days with ber son in Northfield. Julius C. Chamberlain of 21 Franklin street returned to Barre this morning, after spending a few days in St. Johns bury. Mrs. Charles A. Brown and son, Win ston, of Cliff street (eft this morning for a ten days' visit with relatives in St. Albans. Miss Marion Taylor, who has been spending several days with friends in the eity, returned this forenoon to her home in Burlmuton Miss. Frances Klmore returned this morning to her home in Meelianicsville, Fifty Cent Sale Kimono Aprons and Night Robes NO. 1 A new lot of Kimono Aprons, made of a fine percale in plain and fancy stripes and checks, medium and light shades, at 50c. NO. 2 Night Robes, well made of good cotton, both V neck and high neck, with tucked yoke, at 50c, instead of 59c. LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE HENRY W. KNIGHT, BARRE, VT. Saecemr U Yeate & Knight. derson theatre in Montpelier last night. The personnel of the sketch is: Harold Xute, John Duncan, Charles Gibson and Wiliiam Hurry. W". F. Milne, council master of the combined boy scout troops of Barre. was in Montpelier last evening, where he was one of the speakers at a re union of lamp Abnaki bovs. Several other boy scouts fioni Harre ho have attended the summer camp, nere pres ent at the reunion. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. French and son. Lindul. who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Waterman of Washington street, left this forenoon for their home in Orleans. They were returning home from Boston, when washouts along the radroad prevented further progres on the journey. Mr. and Mrs. If. M. Houston, Miss Harriet Houston. Ira Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Loren J. IW-ll of Maple avenue went this forenoon to XorthfielJ. whrre they were called to attend th funeral of Mr. Houston's hmfhrr. Alhrrt W. ! Hnlton. who death occurred Thursday afternoon. Funeral wrvicrs were held X. Y., after spending several davs with relatives in the city (Jeorge Patneaude, who has been spending several days at the home of Louis White, left this morning for his home in Lssex Junction. James Brown of Bassett street has returned home from Windsor, where he has been visiting his sons, Robert and lames Brown, jr.. both of whom are em ployed bv the Windsor Clothing Co. John i raggias, who has been spending several days in the city as tne guest of Constantine Papatheodore, returned last night to his home in Westerly, R. I. Harris' orchestra is furnishing music for a fair which the American Order of Foresters are conducting in (irauiteville. The fair will close this evening with a dance. Tickets for Howe's pictures, coming to the opera house W ednesday, April i, go on sale .Monday morning, i ickcis for "Officer WiU go on sale .Monday night at 7. Mis9 Xell Stoiighton, who teaches school near Boston, arrived in the city tins forenoon for a visit at the home of her mother. Mrs. Ellen M. Stoiighton of French street. William T. Maiden, a student at the University of Vermont, Burlington, ar rived in the eity todav to pass a few days with his mother, Mrs. Mary Mai den, of W est street. Thomas M. Marr of Washington street ft this forenoon for Boston, where he will spend several days on business connected with the local offices of the Metropolitan Insurance Co. Charles J. Welch of Portland, Me., ar rived in the eity last evening to pass several days with friends here. Mr. Welch was formerly employed as one of the gang foremen on the river bed pro ject. Sirs. Joseph warn ot tiarawicK, Airs. Frank W'orthen of Plainfield, Mrs. Harry Kmery and James Turner of Bethel ar rived in the city last night, having been caled here by the death of Lyman J. Mead. Winifred, Vaughan. who has been spending a week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mr?. J. W. Vaughan, of Maple Crnve. returned this morning to Holdemcss. X. H., where he will re sume his studies at Holderness school. M. S. Rounds of Park street returned last night from Rutland, where he went to attend a meeting of the executive committee of the Vermont Lndertak- ers and Mineral ui rectors association, of which organization he ia the secre tary. Ralph F. Turner of 22 South Main street, who has been employed at B. W. Hooker 4 Co's. store for several month?, will complete his duties there tonight. Tomorrow he will leave for Hartford, Conn., where he will visit his sister for a few days before going to Boston to be employed. Miss Ksther Carroll entertained 12 of her young friends at her home on Cliff street last evening., the occasion being her seventeenth birthday anniver sary. A short program of musical numbers was followed by a social hour, during which Miss Carroll was the re cipient of a number of useful presents. A delicious luncheon was served at the close of the party. The following item gleaned from the Randolph Herald and News, will be of interest to many Barre people: "A. M. Morrison of Barre and Dr. Azro Reed of ! jjjjjjj.jj.jjj.jjj; iinaiiiHiowii Mt-ie in vuwii j-iiuj, wj-i ing to recover horses on which they i have claims and which were sold by J Philip Lowell as unencumbered prop erty. Morrison attempted to take pair in the possession of Fred Dudley Smith, but there being some flaw in Morrison's title. Smith retained them by writ of replevin. Ben Adams of Chelsea appeared yesterday in pursuit of horses in which he is interested but derived no more satisfaction from the investiga tion than others quite as badly 'stung.' So many claims are being brought for ward, dating back a year or two, that the baby's wooden rocking horse begins to look like a debatable piece of prop ertv. Mr. Lowell still remains in deep seclusion; while more and more of his victims take a oand in the merry game of cat's cradle be left behind him." FOB erMMm re r! W:$l Men gA Thirty-four hun dred Beacon Agencies already established. Every year we make and sell more Beacon shoes. Over four thousand pairs made daily. This volume of business is one reason for the low price and high quality of Beacon Shoes. Other reasons are'High Grade Leather used and Goodyear Welt Process. r. M. HOYT SHOE CO., Manchaater, N. H. S3 3.50 4.QQ UNION CLOTHING CO. Barre, Vermont Rubber Boot Sale MEN'S MEN'S MARINE BOOTS .$3.75 GUM BOOTS 3.49 BOYS' GUM BOOTS ........... 2.49 YOUTHS' GUM BOOTS ....... 1.99 MISSES' GUM BOOTS ........ 1.69 CHILDREN'S GUM BOOTS . . . U9 These Prices for Friday and Saturday Only The Barre Shoe Company TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED 8 HowIand Block KOR SAIj:-Good work harme thut hare born ud in tht woods. Call on H. C. Leon ard. '- AGENTS - Our Uolutlr squat J0 to !7.60 werkly aalarr and 10 per cent, commia nion proposition aure ateadjr worker, un limited proapentr- (.alloway Bowman Com pany, li. iih, Waterloo. Iowa. 12tl SHOWING OF NEW SPRING HATS SATURDAY Of new designs received since last week. MRS. W. F. SHEPARD, MlLLIIfc.K Barre, Vermont :;nn;:;;::;uuss LOST Yellow porkrtbook. contained fl (two fteeai and 2-cent stamp. Mill finder pieue return to thia office ? l-'tl at the hnuw this afternra.n at 2 o'ilk, PrtcM-jac 3$C Bi 50c !?7; ' l-M-.r of the North- Seu on sale at Ken!iik starting 1 Tbe remain, were interred in tUe 11I MjnlT roointig. lag criottcrj. AMBITIOUS SALESMEN, neat appearance. rail a merchant in their territory ; elecant tdeliiMt. eon. en ient to cmrry : Bond eommia ona. prompt remittance. Belmont M(. (.. Cincinnati. O. 12U DR. G. L. T. HAYES ! t AND BLANCH A RD BLTLDING Specialty, Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar to Women j OAee Ho-r, - I to 11 A M. t to 4 and' W u I P M : alee a appotaunenc lCLErHONE U Stewart Horse Clippers You can save money by owning one of these Machines. Price, $7.50 We carry Clipper Knives. C W. AVERILL & CO. fl-83 Nrth Main St. Tel -W Barre. Vt.