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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, J3AK11E, VT., MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1914.
8 TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN ...... iTtie New SprM . :: n n a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a :: a i: a a a a a a a a A lilt w mi ; a jm Advance rr, i... ta,,,u: . : 7 . 1 lie VCry 1 rfMllUlla 111 V V UllJtll D, Miccoc onH lunirvrc I -irmpnfc nrc rnmn I . . . T-n 1 1 1 " . I ly coming in. livery aay now, additional models are being added to the collection on display in our Women's Wear De- ! partment. We 'invite you to an inspec tion'of these handsome garments feeling assured you will find much to interest you in our advance exhibit. The showing reflects the newest and most hovel ideas the fashion has already . stamped its ap proval upon. The better posted you are on values, Madam, and the more you know about styles and tailoring, the surer you are of making price comparsons, the more eager we are to show , you our wonderful assortment Every Suit and Coat we are showing is full of Style and $ the Latest Materials on the market. Styles i i - i $ New Models a " 1 a a a LADIES' SUITS MISSES' SUITS JUNIOR SUITS LADIES' COATS MISSES'- COATS JUNIOR COATS m.m to moo. 5.75, to -- '2750. The Homer Fitts Company TTfB Cd&am naaaaa4aaaaaaaaa::aaaaaaaa4aKaaa:;aaaaaaaa i i i t Our Showing of Boys' Clothing for the Spring and Summer is better than ever before, and we are confi dent that our selections will be appreciated. Widow Jones Clothing has a reputation, and every article is guaranteed. Boys' Suits $2.00 to $10.00. Boys' Top Coats $2.50 to $7.50. Boys' Trousers 50c to $2.00. TALK OF THE TOWN : Frank McW horter Co. j Kino Maggiani, Commesso Italiano TALK OF THE TOWN Mrs. Lionel Mathirson of Lyndonville arrived in the city Nattmluy for a two wpeks' visit at the home of lier parents, Jlr. and Mrs. James Tassie, of West ' street. TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED FOR SALEA full-blooded Guernsey bull. 2 years old ; not registered. H. A. Clou? h. Korthfield, Vt. 7t6 WANTED Active, intelligent, reliable man, between 25 and 40 years of aire; guaranteed salary; splendid opportunity for riKht party. Address box 314, Barre, Vt 7t6 TALK OF THE TOWN Warren Kerrigan at the ftijon. Adv. Armando Apjiiani of Seminary street went Saturday to Hardwkk, where he will visit his aunt, Airs. Atlxrt Kochelle. Mrs. Kdward Gebliardt, who has been visitinj? her brother on Maple avenue, left thin morning for her home in Spring Held. " ' - Miss Eva Dioaon of Xorth Main street, wlio has been visiting relatives in St. dohns. 1. Q., for the past ten days, re turned home lus evening. Wilmer . Barrett of Salem, Mass., ar rived in the city to-day, having been vailed hero by the death of his sister, Mrs. Leon Keith, of South Main street. Knjrene Carminati, who has been spending the winter in Italy, arrived in the city this morning from New York, where he landed Saturday from the Freneh liner, I.a France. . Appiani 3t Co., who have conducted a fruit store around the corner on Semi nary street for the past two years, have sold their stock and fixtures to Nicola Locrasio of Barre Town. The sale was completed Saturday afternoon when John and Carrie Appiani transferred the property to Ixiccasio. .1 he latter will move all of the stock to Wcbsterville, where he already conducts a fruit and tobacco stand. His Websterville store will be materially enlarged and a larger stock of goods will be carried. Mr. Ap piani hs gone to Boston, where he has purchased, a fruit business to which he will devote bis attention. The store is located on Washington street. Mrs. Ap piani and children Mill leave Wednesday for -JJoston to take up their residence, after having lived in this city for the past seven years. For some time Mr. Appiani was associated with Fraquelli Sa Venetti in the Vermont Fruit store. Mrs. Alex, V. Stephens of Park street left this morning for Randolph, where she will visit her mother, Mrs. llolhrook. All members o the Olenugie club please meet at the Clan Gordon hall to night at 7 o'clock promptly. . Business important. Per order president. Regular meeting of lumpers, boxers and derrickmen's union will-be held in Foresters' hall Tuesday, March 24, at 7:110 p. in. W, Smith, secretary pro tern. John Monti, who recently completed his duties with the Miles coal company and the Millstone Quarry company, has started work at the E. R. Davis law office. ; , ' Mrs. -Frank R. Jamieson. and., little daughter, Natalie, who have been spend ing. a few days, with Mr. Jamieson on Liberty. street, returned this momrg to Montreal, P. Q. . "Back '.to Life," a two-reel Victor; drama, featuring Warren Kerrigan; "First Love," a Crystal ; also a Nestor comedy, "Jler ' Friend, the Butler," at the Bijou. Adv. The Barre Socialist central committee and the Washington County Socialist committee have initiated a movement in this city for. the observance of Interna tional Labor, May 1. Jose Vega, who went to his home in Spain early last fall, arrived in the city this morning from New York, where he landed1 Saturday from the American lin er, New York. Mr. Vega will be em ployed here as a stone cutter. Among those who registered as guests at The Buzzell hotel yesterday Were the following list! Harry Kicker, Boston; C. H. Howland, Cabot; H. II. ChatfiehJ, Omaha, Neb.; M. M. Brown, Calais; Karl Give. Hardwick; J. C. Portor, Hard wick. Albert Lang, a granite wholesale deal er, who has been spending the past week in Barre, returned last night to his home at Cincinnati, Ohio, This was Mr. ling's first visit to Barre and during his stay he made several visits to the quar ry deposits on Millstone hill and through the manufacturing plants of the city. - ; By special arrangement the manage ment of the Pavilion has secured.. for Tuesday, hospital day: "Lottie Good man and Escort," the Fnglish dancing idol, in a refined singing and acrobatic dancing act, a Eurocan novelty offer ing, introducing laughable situations and character changes. There will also lie Mane Rowland in a pianologue act. Miss Rowland has just finished what is known among show people as the big time and is playing at a much higher salary than usually paid for such acts, owing to the fact tliat the management wishes -to have an extra good show for this occasion. There will also be an ex tra good program of pictures. Adv. William Maiden, the former high school athlete, will once more be seen in a-berth -with the University of Ver mont baseball team this spring. The selection of the team was made to-day. Maiden has been selected for a regular position on the outtleld and will also be a utility infielder. The Vermont squad, in cbarire of (Jeorge Winter, the old Bos ton pitcher, left to-day on its annual southern trip. The first came will be played against .Trinity college at Dur ham, N. C, the latter part of the week For ten days or two weeks the squad will bo in the south, playing the most prominent college teams. The regular season will be started at Burlington during the middle of April, immediately after the return to the quad from its southern invasion. A pretty wedding was celebrated at 83 Hill street lust friday afternoon, when Miss I sb belle Henderson of Montpelier and Robert Adam of Brook street, this city, were united in marriage bv Rev. Fred McNeil, pastor of the Presbyterian church in Granitevillc. The bride was attended by Miss Jessie Auld of Mont pelier and Iavid Henderson of Barre, a brother of the bride, acted as grooms man. The bride was charmingly attired in white charmense with pearl trim mings. She carried a bouquet of bride's roses. Miss Auld was gowned in white crepe de chine and carried a nosegay of carnations. An informal reception fol lowed the ceremony and Mr. and Mrs. Adam left later in the evening on a bridal tour to New York. They will also visit in Boston and on their return to Barre they will make their home at 83 Hill street. The bride is a popular Montpelier young woman. Mr. Adam has been employed for years as a stone cutter at the Martin Estate Co. plant on Avers street. George E. Kelley left Saturday night for Quiney, Mass., where he was called by the death of his brother. Rev, David Sanford of Hardwick, the Vermont Episcopal diocesan missioner, will be the preacher at the Lenten serv ices, in the Church of the Good Shepherd Tuesday evening. Miss Agnes Riley, who has been a member of the clerical corps at the hos pital headquarters for several weeks, be gan work this morning as a stenograph er at Burke Bros.' Our dairy products, including fresh made cheese, ice cream, sherbet, etc., are economical foods.. Fifty cents spent for dairy foods buys you as much actual food value as one dollar spent for some other kinds. Try economizing at the L. B. Dodge Creamery. Fred Brown of Maple avenue received news late Saturday night of the death of his sister, Mrs. Amelia Bellmarre, which occurred in the afternoon at Sche nectady, N. Y., after a lingering illness. Mrs. Bellmarre was a native of Burling ton and to that city the remains were brought yesterday. Mr. Brown left this morning for Burlington to attend the funeral, which will be held in St. Jo seph's church Tuesday morning at 0 o'clock. ltiriian bees from Judge II. W. Scott's Richardson street apiaries are to be used in the development of a young peach or chard which Theodore N. Vail is" grow ing at Speedwell farms, his large estate in Lyndon. Negotiations with the local apiarist were made through John W. Titcomb, state fish and game commis sioner, and a colony of bees has already been shipped. The peach trees are near ly ready to bloom" and the bees will be allowed to swurm in the hot houses where the trees are growing. Their function is to effect a cross pollination to. the end that the blossoms may be better developed. The bees are employed as an agency in transferring the pollen from one flower to the. stigma of an other blossom. This process is resorted to artificially to secure new species. Under natural conditions when the trees are growing out of doors, the wind is one of the agencies performing this func tion. . ' Shop H ere I 4 ; 4 4 t I X : : : Our prices are the lowest for like qualities com parison will prove it. We are showing this , week large new assortments of Rufflings, Neckwear, Hair Ornaments, Neck Laces and Beads, Chemisettes, Shadow Laces, Voile and Crepe Flouncings, Chiffon Taffetas and Tub Silks Plisses,' Ripplettes and Crepes, Battistes and Fine Lawns. v v . " LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre, Vt. Successor to Veale & Knight SOUTH BARRE. The South Barre gTange will present a' first-class minstrel show Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, March 24 and 2", in grange' hall. Admission, 2.V. Danc ing after performance at 5 cents a fig ure. A good time for all. EAST BARRE. The woman's auxiliary will meet with Mrs. A. C. Dickey Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. ? - Special convocation of Granite chapter, No. 21, R. A. M Tuesday evening at TALK OF THE TOWN Hiawatha lodge of Odd Fellows will hold a practice meeting for the first de gree Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The regular Cobble hill song service will be held in grange hall Tuesday even ing, March 24, at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. George H. Holt will be the speaker of the evening. He will illustrate -his ad dress by crayon drawings, using colored crayons. It is especially requested that there be a final report of the song book committee. TALK OF THE TOWN Retail Clerks, Notice: Regular meeting of retail clerks' union will be held in K. of P. hall Wednesday evening, March 25, at 7:30 o'clock, K. J. Maggiani, secretary. ' - George Beattio of Brook street, who completed his duties Saturday night as baggage master at the Central Vermont station,: was succeded this morning by L Orville Benedict of North Main street, who has been employed at the City Auc tion Market. ' PAVILION THEATRE SPECIAL FEATURES IN VAUDEVILLE TO-DAY AND PICTURES Lottie Goodman and Escort The Knglish dancing idol, in a refined singing and acrobratic dancing act; European novelty offering, introducing laughable situations and character changes. Mazie Rowland Just off the big time, secured at much extra expense to the management; in pianologue act, something entirely different from the usual run. .7 o'clock, gree. Work, M. M. de- DREAMLAND THEATRE ALL NEW PICTURES TO-DAY EXTRA FEATURES TO-DAY A Waif of Hie Desert A Ltibin thriller in two parts. An Indian Maid's Stralegem It's a Kalem. Betty In the Lion's Den " " A Vitagraph comedy. MRS. J. NELSON GLIDDEN, Pianist Admission Fire Cents PICTURES BANZAI, in two parts ; a marvelously staged and acted Japanese drama, with scenes laid in Tokio, Japan, and California. THE BOWLING MATCH Just another of those screaming Key. stone comedies MUTUAL WEEKLY News of all the world Admission 10 cents M2S. BEN. H. TASSLE, PiaaUt 1 r NG We carry in stock two nice designs in steel ceilings. These are suitable for almost any room. This ceiling is made of heavy metal, and the sheets fit together perfectly,, making it very easy to put up. Come in and see us. We can save you money -on these goods. C. W. AVERILL & COMPANY Tel. 439-W . Barre, Vermont rr-s Tt-xtrT 't a. . r r r i yj nciii i i tn I'm em. oi u rooms on rruK- p I Tect street : electric HtrhtB, bath, hot and cold j Ipil water: shed and trarden if dejired. Inquire ' tTI of F. D. Berkley. 6 Park street. 7tf H1! FOR SALE Upright piano as pood as new : JS also Glen wood cook stove and a few pairs of ( ri Scotch blankets and pillows. 48 Brook street, lz 7t8 1 15 TO RENT Tenement of 6 room : electric ftp) liirhtA : ffaa. Inauire of Mrs. M. Ci&rvev. 4fi I I . Pearl street, Barre. 7tf CLARK'S CUTAWAY HARROW is the only real cutaway harrow made; all the rest are imitation ; Clark's CuUtway does much better work than any other kind : the best is the cheapest; try it. For sale by E. Carle ton, 21 Highland avenue. Tt2 BARRE OPERA HOUSE FOX EATON. Lessem. JOHN E. HOBAN, Resident Mgr. Friday, March 27 f.9 1 Prices 23c, 33c, 50c Seats at Drown 's Wednesday Barre Opera House "SSS"7 Matinee and p 3J 1 IS Return of Season's Greatest Success Oliver Morosco Offers The most successful comedy in the English Language ffsfh On account of the great edu cational value of this program, all school children will be admit ted to any seat for 25c. r- kiwi i " i m trji ft i xJfcJ f J 111 ri P- 13 PZ - I l':r.i l a i I Night- , X ft.", i'l l f l 1 I 1 I 1:1 MJffiJ .3 tX'i'l fct'r-.t,! jew Hartley Manners Interpreted bv an La ure tte Taylor's Perpetual New York Success. , , I Prices: Matinee, 35c, 50c, 75c and S1.00 - Night, 50c, 75c, S1.00 and $1.50 mt . 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