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THE JJA11KK DAILY TIMES, HAHHK. VT., MONDAY, FK1IHUAUY JJWIJ
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Our February White
Sale Now in Full Swing
Offering dependable and seasonable merchandise right at the time when most, needed
Muslin Underwear Department .
iSim The Price , is"M
. Values up to oc eacn
, Big bargains for you here. Shop early for best bargains go first.
The time to replenish your wardrobe with snowy white Undermuslins, at
a price that will arouse talk among the thrifty shoppers of Barre and vicinity.
The quality and workmanship in these garments demand your earliest atten
tion. First come, first served. :
Robes
A very dainty line of Robes in
lace and hamburg trimmed, low
neck and short sleeves; choice,
. each -49c
Corset Covers
A line that's hard to match at this
price; neWtrimmings and neat
styles. Choice, each, 49c
Combinations
Fine grade of Nainsook, trimmed
with very pretty lace and ham burg
edgings. These are good
Drawers
A line of Drawers that are cut
good, sizes and trimmed with
hamburg and ribbon insertion.
Choice, each ,49c
values. Choice, each 49c
Long Skirts
You will find a big display in this line. Attractive patterns, neat and well
made, and something that will please you. Styles that are different are what
the public demand.
, 49c
Choice, each
Odd and Mussed Undermuslins
Lots are small. Who gets the values? ,
Princess Slips
4 Slips, lace and hamburg trimmed,
$2.25 value, Sale, each $1.69
Robes
2 Robes, handsome trimmings, low
neck, short sleeves, $1.98 val
ue, Sale, each $1.69
2 Robes, hamburg trimmed, low
neck, short sleeves, $2.98 value,
Sale, each $1.98
1 Robe, very elaborately trimmed,
$1.50 value. Sale, each $2.59
1 lot of Robes, lace and hamburg
trimmed, $1.50 value, Sale,
each 97c
1 lot of Robes in high neck, long
sleeves, hamburg trimmed, reg
ular 98c value; Sale, each 69c
See our big line oMiandsome Crepe
Robes at only, Sale, each C9c
2 Slips, lace trimmed, $2.98 value.
Sale, each $2.37
Skirts
1 lot Hand Embroidered and Scal
loped Flouncings, $2.98 value,
each . .$1.69
1 lot of Skirts, same as above,
$1.50 and $1.75 values, Sale, .
each 97c
Drawers
1 lot of 75c values, Sale, each. . . .59c
1 lot of 87c values. Sale, each 67c
1 lot of $1.00 values, Sale, each. .87c
Extra Special Lot Combinations and
Robes
Trimmed with very handsome lace and hamburg trimmings; good qual
ity of cotton; our $1.00 and $1.25 values; your choice while QQ
they last at, each ' O C
Special Prices on Domestics and ReadytoAVear Goods
The Homer Fitts Co.
Our line of Spring Muslin Underwear just received-sce display
BAKRE DAILY TIMES
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1915.
The Weather
l'rolmbly ruin to-iiiKht anl Tuesday j
strong south winds,
TALK OF THE TOWN
Tiuinront ial at Fitts'.
Warner eorsnts. Knijrlit'i.
lecture Presbyterian church Feb. 17.
(mh the underwear at 41M each. Fitts .
Nhea'i shoo ad. in Tuesday' paper will
interest you.
One dollar petticoat Ofc each, guaran
tee! for nix months. At Fitts.
"Ilia Firm Ciis,""a swell, two-part
Lubin, at Dreamland to-day. Advt.
See the new children's dresses, Hi.es 4.
5 and 0 years, at f)9c. Taris 8hirtwuint
House.
' Mr. and Mrs. Ceasar C'asnr of Bethel
camo to the city Saturday evening to
pans a week with relative.
"The Return of the Twin's Double," a
three-reel (iold . Seal,- featuring (iracc
Cimard and Francis Ford, at the Bijou.
Tim-parliamentary law cUss will meet
Monday evening at 7 o'clock in AUIrich
hall. I-esson on "Privilege and Order."
.IllRPtlh Dennev of Washington street
returned home last night from North
I field, where he has been visiting for .i
I short tiiiM.
Public 500 party, auspices L. A., A. O.
I IL, in K. of C. hall to-night at 7:30 p. m.
Whist for whist players. Prizes. Ad-
mission. 10c.
i Nicholas .lurras, .?o has been em
ployed in Cleveland, O., - for several
months, arrived in the city this morning
for a stay of several months.
iiev. Fred McNeill of (iraniteville will
lecture on, "Idealism in Tennyson," at
the Tresbv-terian ' church Wednesday
j evening, Feb. 17, at 8 o'clock. Admis
sion, 25 cents. Everyone invited to hear
i this interesting speaker.
I Auction sale of 100 hogs at II. M.
'Farnham's sales stables in Montpelier on
: Wednesday, Feb. 1", at 1 o'clock in the
'afternoon; 50 nice brood sows that are
bred, 50 shoats and other hogs, a good,
'clean lot. C. F. Smith, auctioneer.
The young people of the First lres
bvterian church, comprising the young
J men and women in the Bible classes, will
enjoy a sleigh ride to Fast Montpelier
j Tuesday ( evening. Barges will convey
't!e party to their destination, leaving
I Barre around 6 o'clock.- A supper and
dance will be features oi an hiiuiumi
reunion of the classes after their ar
rival.
Socialists met in their auditorium on
(granite street Sunday afternoon to con
sider ways and means for carrying out
the lecture course scheduled for the late
days of February and the month of
March. The first of the Mries, an ad
dress by Frank Holm, the New York So
eialist leader, will 1 delivered in How
hind ball Thursday evening. It is
planned to have some of the other speak
ers in the opera house.
News has been received here of the
death of Kandolph Troteau, a former
resident of Barre. which occurred at his
home in Farnhani, P. Q-, Feb. 7. Older
residents of. Barre will remember Mr.
I'roteau as a long-time citizen of this
city. He was a charter member of St.
John's court. C. O. F. and took an active
interest in the welfare of that organiza
tion until his departure from the city,
lie leaves his wife. Mr. (Yoteau was 61
years of age and had been a resident of
Farnhani for several years.
Bonnisun. the chestnut race horse, has
been matched for a prize race with Ri
ley A. at the race meet in Montpelier
Wednesduy afternoon. Articles signing
the two speeders for a go at the capital
re the n-s'ilt of a sharp ehsllemge is
sued by the owner of one of the horses.
One of the biggest stakes of the after
noon will go to the winner. The return
of tlonnimin is one of the niot impor
tant topics among horsemen here in the
city ami in all Washington county. Last
Ssliirday the ex patrol . and delivery
Imrv ent to Montpelier and won a sev-en-beat
content from a field of seven
(starters. Nearly .2iO people saw Bon
nif.iin take the tirt to heats, fall back
while Hdey A. got the fir position in
I two hest. lost in the fifth heat ami
,tske straiht beats to rlose the watch
i liikt as darkness wss wrapping i blank
et over the ice course on the Winooski
river. (ey .Jones. Woodrow won
the matched race from Kiley Walters
and the 2 :" class pacing event went to
Rome Pur.rle agsint Nellie. Nancy D.
and IViter. It is likely thst Bonnisun
will be match for a race next Saturday,
but backers of the rhe.tnut are waiting
I to M-e whst happens Wednesday Is lots
jnolng the limit on the hxsl racer.
Notic!
Regulsr meeting of T. S, . 2. bra nek
C. V. 1. A- wift he held ia thetr hall.
Nichols 'blork. Wednesday evening, F'b.
I.V at 7 0'rln.k. r. It. Urowt), Sv
TALK OF THE TOWN
Wash goods at Fitts'.
See Abbott's white sale,
lliiiidsouia robe for 4 He. Fitts.
While sale st Fitts' all this week.
Watch for Shea's shoo ad. in Tuesday's
Pper.
Don't miss seeing "Slippery Slim, at
Dreamland to-day.-- Advt.
Just arrived, a few dresses in silk,
poplin, talfeU and crepe. Paris Shirt
waist HllUHC.
Farl Smith of Northfleld returned to
his homo last night, after visiting in the
city for the pnst few days.
An interesting lecture on Tennyson at
the Presbyterian church Wednesday
evening. Admission 2.1 cents.
The senior exhibition is to bo held Rt
Goddard seminary to-night at 8 o'clock,
to which the public is invited.
Mrs. William Downie of Merchant
street returned yesterday from a visit
of several weeks with relatives in Chi
cago. Mrs. (Iiarles Beckley of Boston, who
has been visiting relatives in the city
for the past week, has returned to lier
home.
Roseoe Mclver, who has been visiting
friends in Winooski, returned to-day. He
was accompanied home by Ralph Wil
liams. Mrs. John Cordon of Richardson street
returned home this morning after an ex
tended visit in New York City and other
cities in that state.
Wednesday being Ash Wednesday and
the first day of Lent special services
will be held at St. Monica's church and
in the Church of the tiood Shepherd.
Quinquagesime Sunday services were
held yesterday.
John Movalli of Quincy, Mass., arrived
in the) city to-day, having been sum
moned here by the death of his brother,
Frank Movahi of Bassett wtiwt. A daugh
of the deceased, Mrs. Mary Guidotti, of
Buffalo, X. Y., ami her h-yband are ex
pected to come to Hnrrc to attend the
funeral, which will be held to-morrow
afternoon. s
The ladies' 0. S. club of Barre and
Montpelier gave an anniversary party
Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs.
Henry Perkins at Montpelier. A very
pleasing musical program was given un
der the direction of Mrs. James Duncan
and Mrs. William Sylvester. Light , re
freshments of punch and wnfers were
served during the entertainment by Mrs.
John MeGowan and Miss Ruby Head. A1
5:30 a dainty luncheon was served in the
dinincroom, which was decorated in pink
'and white.-by Mrs. Elmer Clark, Mrs.
L. A. Head and Miss Olendeen Monroe.
Mrs. Perkins received many gifts, in
cluding a cut glass water set, linen and
money.
GRANITEVILLE.
Your Face is Your Own
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Your Figure Is What Your Corset Makes It
It is really your figure that marks your personality,
little care, and vou can always be trim and comfortable.
The Corset is of more importance this season than ever.
Snug gowns and suits have been decreed in fashion's circles,
so that your Corset must fit you almost as a part of the
body itself.
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st -Proof
Are Admirable for Present Styles
A Warner's will set off your clothing in the most attractive
wiiv. with suonort and comfort, and will wear long after an
i ordinary' Corset 'would have gone to pieces, for Warner's
Corsets are extraordinary Corsets. Every pair guaranteed.
n?. i,:, nvnoiiart ncunvtmpnt of t.hfi newest shaoes.
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Your choice this week at ten per cent, off regular prices.
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T.F.T ITS SHOW YOUYOU WILL
" FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE
HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre, YL
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jPAVillON
III EATRE
Socialist Lecture.
Finnic Hohn of New York Citv. as-
socinte editor of the New Review and j
Intnrnfit If itia 1 KncialiKt Heview. graduate
of Ohio college in IfitO, lecturer nt Co
lumbia college UHMI-lPl". special inves
tigator in the Colorado strike. "l!H4. w ill
deliver a lecture at .Miles nail at uran
iteville, Wednesday, Feb. 17, at 8 p. in.
Admission, 25 c.
Summit lodge, 307, X. K. O. P., will
hold its regular meeting in Miles' hall
Tuesday evening, Feb. 1C. and tlie mem
bers are requested to miet at 0 p. m.
sharp. I'er order warden.
mm.
Regular stated conven
tion icitia loige, K. of
1'., Tuesday evening, Feb.
16. at 7:.'h'; work, rank
of knight. Refreshments
will be served after work.
A joint committee
meeting of Iroquois tribe,
No. 1, and V i n n e 1 1 a
council, No. 10. to-night
at 7 o'clock sharp in clan
committee rooms.
TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED
SHOW SHOP OF QUALITY VAUDEVILLE
LEWIS'S MANIKIN'S
A Novelty Act of. Class '
PHOTOPLAYS Vitagraph Presents
THE ROSE AND THE THORN 3
Two Tarts A I'hotodrama Classic Two I'arts
THE FIRST LAW
One Swell Biograph Drama
; SWEEDIE'S CLEANUP
An Inimitable Comedy That's a Peach . -N
ADULTS, 10c Small Children, 59c Per Dozen ;
COMING WEDNESDAY "THE WISHING RING," From the Broadway Success ;
of the Same Name ,
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I Our Prices on Men's and ! .
Boys' Winter Overcoats l
will surely interest you. 'But the truth
of our statements can be proven in
only one way by a visit to our store
and an inspection of our complete line
of coats. Dollars saved are dollars earned
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Konw: wnula rhny for frm. C. H. Smlli. !
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nhT te f-hr wvn. Appl to E. ionl. I
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ton SALE -Tw ti nrtr new l-hotw'
Uo. 1 bTii,. Iwwvir noufc fnr 2
hrM. ran W mm at Minard chop, Kum-
Special Sale on
Preserving Kettles
in gray, mottled, and blue and white
ware. These goods are our own regular
high-grade enameled ware. These will
be sold for a few days only at 30 per
cent, discount.
C W. AVERILL & COMPANY
TELEPHONE BARRE, 'VERMONT
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BARRE OPERA HOUSE
6 Nights, Commencing Monday, Feb. 15
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
The Ever Popular
KL ARK - URBAN COMPANY
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