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TJIM HAKKK DAILY TLMKS, JJAHKK, VT., SATURDAY, MAKCII l, 1913.
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Distinctive Dress
Materials
For spring, we arc showing a very complete and varied assortment of Silks,
Woolens and Cotton Fabrics that will appeal to everyone's taste; both artistic
and economical Especially popular just now are our new Spring Silks, includ
ing French Failles, Taffetas; and for the evening gown, Crepe Meteors, Crepe
de Chines, and Messalincs in the newest shades.
In Woolens.
for dresses and suits; we are showing the latest
shades, such as Putty, Sand, Belgian Blue and
Green, in all the newest materials.
Our Cotton Fabrics
in the newest designs and colors afford a most
interesting and enticing display. They include
Voiles. Ratines, Plisses, Crepes, Batistes, etc.,
and the prices will suit everyone.
Other stocks full of new Spring Styles. Come in, we'll be glad to show you.
The Homer Fitts Co.
First showing of New Spring Suits and Coats.
RAMIE DAILY TIMES
SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 19315.
Rare Bargains in
Footwear
including our odd and broken styles, in extra
quality Shoes, to be sold at the following low
prices.
Styles that are correct, and the Shoes with
wearing quality.
$4.00 Shoes now, per pair. $2.73
$3.50 Shoes now, per pair. 2.50
$3.00 Shoes now, per pair. 2.25
$2.50 Shoes now, per pair. 1.90
$2.00 Shoes now, per pair. 1.50
These include our Patent Cloth Tops, Kid Tops,
Gun Metal Boots, and Gun Metal Cloth Tops ; also
some numbers in Tan, Lace and Button Boots.
Visit this department to-day for money-saving;
values.
The
Homer Fitts Co.,
Shoe Department
TALK OF THE TOWN
Joseph Gomez left tliis forenoon for
NorthlieM, where lie will make week's
visit with relatives.
I'hilip Hollifter, u former ntudent at
flrwlfhiril ftpmimirv. who hnri Keen nuflri-
iitfj a few riays Bt the Hcliool and with
friends in the city, returned lust night
to North Montpelier, where he has been
staying since bin return from HartforJ,
I Conn., several weeks ago.
F. J. Baird of Keith avenue went yett
terday to Iraaville, a hamlet near Waita
tiehl, where he will sujterintend opera
tions on his farm while the sugar season
is on. Air. naira owns one ot me nnesi
orchards in the Mad river valley and
had made preparations for harvesting an houses,
unusually large erop, inasmuch as new property vacated by Mr. .Smith on Pat
The Weather
Fair to-night and Sunday; moderate
northwciit winds, becoming variable.
TALKMXHTOVYTtf
Dr. C. W. Steele has returned from a
visit to the automobile, show in Hos-
ton.
Special for to-day: Ttaspbcrry ice-the
pure fruit in a dainty "frozen delicacy.
The New Kiigland Fruit Store.
Fred Dale of tiH Lewis street left this
morning for llardwick, where be plans
to spend several days with relatives.
Miss Louise Canton of Maple avenue
went this morning to Burlington, where
she will make u week-end visit with rela
tives. A. A. Creamer and Panic I'eduzi went
to I'biinlield this afternoon and intend,
to spend several days in camp at I'igcon l
pond.
Old Irish songs by a quartet of four
mule voices at the St. Futrick's day ob
servance in Ilowland hall Wednesday
evening.
lr. J. J. Pcrven of Poultney, state
president, of the A. O. If., is to speak at
the St. Futrick's day celebration in How
land ball March 17. Adv.
"Rooms to Let" is the title of a laugh
able playlet to be presented by the New
man Dramatic club at the St. Patrick's
day celebration in Ilowland hall Wednes
day eveniri".
Miss Klla Hallidav of North Main
street was taken to the City hospital
in an ambulance this afternoon. Miss
Hulliday will undergo a course of treat
ment at the hospital.
The funeral of Fred W. Farnham,
whose death occurred yesterday morning,
will be held from his late home on Camp
street Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
rlev. F. F. Newell will be the officiating
clergyman and the Masonic service will
be given.
Quite an important real estate deal
was closed Thursday of this week, w hen
auctioneer C. F. Smith exchangeil Ins
home at the corner of Orange and Pat
terson streets, this city, with Farrar &
Smiley of Montpelier' for the Mercer
place, on the electric-car line opposite
the Shepard farm buildings. Mr. Smith
is moving to the newiv acquires prop
erty and will make extensive improve
ments in the wav of barn and chicken-
The deal involves ?S.OO0. The
TALK OF THE TOWN
A swell two-part Hiogrupli at Dream
land to-day. Advt.
Ticket for the Peter MucOuecn lec
ture will be on sale ami exchange at
Di'owu's drug store Monday evening.
Adults, i'us; children, 1 .".
"The Door of Hope," rendered by
dailies Bennett, will be one of the musi
cal feat urea at the St. Patrick's celebra
tion in ilowland hull next Wednesday
evening.
FOUR MORE SENTENCED.
From Chittenden County Court Three
to State Prison.
Burlington, March 13. Three more
prion sentence were dealt out in coun
ty court yesterday and a fourth respond
ent was committed to the house of cor
rection following picas of guilty. This
shortens the state docket considerably as
it makes a total of eleven cases to Is?
disposed of in this manner. The men
who will go to prison are Karl Six, Dew
ev Tankard and Napoleon Greenough.
while Leslie Cunningham wil go to the I
bouse of correction. t
Six is the soldier who was arrested ih
a lew flays ago lor nreaKing lino a
freikht car in Winooski and stealing a
bale of cloth. He received a sentence
of not less than two nor more than two
and one-half years in the state prison.
Pewev Tankard and Napoleon Gree-
nongh were in on the same case and re
ceived sentences of not less than two
nor more than two and one-half years in
the same place for burglary. They were
arested by the police after they bad
broken into a house in Shelburne and
stolen some rifles, ammunition and oth
er articles. Leslie Cunningham .received
a year in the bouse of correction for a
breach of the peace. He was found
guilty in city court several weeks ago
but appealed the case. Cunningham has
one or two other cases hanging over him
and these will probably be nol prossed.
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Special for Saturday
One lot of Yarn-Dyed Galatcas Full
32 inches wideMost of these arc in the
popular stripes A few plain colors ,
Regular 16c value Saturday, yd., 12c
Galatea has few equals for wearing
qualities The thing for children's
dresses, suits or rompers.
LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL
FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE
HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre,Vt.
j Successor to Veal i & Knight
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NORWICH UNIVERSITY.
Professor John (.'. Diet was in Mont
pelier Wednesday, where be gave A
Beethoven recital before the Woman's
club of that city in Kellogg-Ifubbard li
brary. He intends to give the dame re
cital before the I'nion club in this town
in the near future. Annoncements huve
Imi'H sent out of the marriage of (ieor)'e
. Schwenger, . I". '1.1. of Sprin-lii Id.
M.i., to Miw Ida M. Thompson at the
boiiiH of flu bride') parents on Vine
street in this town, on Wcdmday even
ing. March 10. Sergeant A. D. Kd
niiiiids, manager of lootlmll i tusk
ing preparations for a minstrel show to
be given by the cadets for the benefit
of the football team in the ne.tr future.
A Jet no definite program has been ,.'iv
in out. but there i bit of g y ma
terial in college vil several men down-
facilities which he has procured will en
able him to tnp several hundred trees
which have hitherto been left untouched
in the spring time.
MOTION IS DENIED.
Hooker, Corser & Whitaker May Not File
Amended Answer.
Rutland, March 13. An important de
cision in the. caw of Hooker, t'orscr A
Mitchel against James F. Hooker, W. H.
t'orscr and C. D. Whitaker was handed
down by Judge Fred M. Butler yester
day, when he denied the motion of the
defendant, asking permission to file an
amended or new answer. The plaintiff
company contended a new answer such
as the defedants asked to make would
open up the entire case, which has been
before the courts of Vermont, New York
land the United States supreme court for
several years, much testimony having
been taken before M. C. Webber of this
city a special master.
The plaintiff company, a Brattlcboro
concern, sued the defendants, former
members of the company, claiming that;
after leaving the Vermont concern they I
started a rival business, using the old,
company's trade lists and hiring away
the plaintiff a employes. At a recent -sion
of the Vermont supreme court, the
plaintiff company was sustained, and the
case was remanded for the a-.M-nNcnent
of damages, the plaintiff claim amount
ing to over fllHI.IMHl.
The question of damages beard lc
fore Special Master Webber, who still
has the case, when the defendants asked
for a right to file an amended answer.
They claim that at the time of the
signing of the ''Rutland agreement,"
when a way of disoliug was disided
iikii, it was understood that the defend
ants hail a right to the trade lists ami to
hire the Vermont company's employes.
Both concerns manufacture overalls.
the Mohawk
1.....JH... overall com pan v. wnn a laciorv mi
terson street will be occupied by Wal
lace Gilbert of the McWhorter Clothing
company.
The Altrurians observed gentlemen's
night by holding a red tape birthday so
cial at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Glysson, .20 Perry street, last night.
Much merriment was caused by follow
ing the red tape and seeing who could
get the most in three minutes. Each
person represented the month of their
birth in various ways, ami much fun
was caused in guessing what month it
was. After other games and musical
numbers, refreshments were served ami
a social hour followed. All went borne
at a late hour, feeling that this was the
best social yet held, and that the host
ess, together with Mrs. lloyt, was
nival entertainer.
CABOT.
town are lending their efforts to make
the affair a success. Warren 1:'. Bristol,
one of the world's sccnlariis of the
V. M. C. A., pave a lecture to the eoips
and a ihiiiiImt of .townspeople on Friday
afternMin on the work which the V. M.
C. A. is doing st the front in the pres
ent war. He spoke of the large tents
or luMisea that are provided by the V, M.
('. A. for the lienelit of soldiers, where
they can write, read and enjoy them
selves. These tents are all near the bit
tie line, some Is-iiur less than tlir.-e miles
from the trenches. Many of the V. M.I
C. A. bomett stel buildings in the wari
rotie have Iwen turned into hospitals 'or j
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,li..rili..Hl ..,...n .11 the hellimTcrl.--.. P'" defendants organized
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of race. Mr. Bristol has been in Frame) S henectady. V V (if late, the latter
ever since the war liegan and his first t concern has bad a roujih voyage on the
band knowledge of the workira out and i financial sea and at present is in the
the N-nctit of these V. M. C. A. center. hands of a ri cher.
Mrs. Orin Peck died quite suddenly
Wednesday forenoon of heart failure,
alter a few hours' illness with pneumo
nia. Further particulars will Is? given
later.
Miss Edith Martin of Fast Montelier
has been stopping at Matthew Hutch-
elder" a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. foe Mears of Marhfield
Were entertained at M. S. Haines' Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pike were guests
of his son, Perlev, Wednesday, in Plain-field.
Asa Kensston has moved from the
"Brown Jug"' into Ernest Peck's bouse
on West lull.
t "la renin Goodcll of Fast Calais is is
iting his sisti-, Mrs. Klnora Kussell.
E. F. Smith has sold his tenement
house near the jsistofliie at Ixiwer Cab
ot, to A. A. Hopkins and Glenn Hatch.
Mrs. Clyde I-ance went to Mary
Fletcher hospital Tuesday.
Will Stone went to Montpelier Thurs
day to spend a few days at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. (.ranlield.
There will be a reception at the ("on
r relations I church noit Tuesday even
ing tu greet the tic" pastor and fam
ily, l-adici will furnish refreshment.
Engagement Announced.
Mrs. Georgianna Mudgett of Cam
bridge, Mass., announces the engagement
of her daughter, Miss Kuth Esther Mud
gett, to Horave Clark Bailey of New
bury, Vt. Mr. Bailev is a son of Rep
resentative Warren V. Bailey of New
bury and a nephew of the late I'. S.
Marshal Horace W. Bailey. Mr. Bailey
has lteen engaged in the lumber ami bob
bin business for several years, and he
also devotes a part of his time to ex
tensive, fanning. His fiancee is a former
Bane girl, having been born here and
having lived here until shortly after the
death of her father. Fred B. Mudgett.
For several years she and her mother
have made their home in Cambridge, and
the former for three years has been chief
stenographer in the office of the A. B.
See Elevator Co. Miss Mudgett lias
many friends in IV. re who will join in
extending their congratulations. j
A special communication
of Granite lodwe. No. 3., F.
and A. M.. will be held on
Sunday afternoon at l:W
o'clock, for the purpose of
attending the funeral of our
late brother, Fred W. Faniha?ii. William
Hurrv, W. Ml
PAVILION THEATRE
VAUDEVILLE
VAN DORN & CO.
Presenting THERMOS, the eighth wonder of the world
PHOTOPLAYS
SIR HIGHWAYMAN A three-part western drama that
is a sure thriller.
KIDDING THE BOSSA Vitagraph comedy that will
surely drive the blues away.
MRS. BEN. H. TASSIE. Puniit
ADULTS, 10c
Small Children, 59c Per Dozen
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TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED
WANTKI A one-hnre dump rt.
phone 217-2, Barn-. Vt.
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Special Sunday Dinner
at Baltimore Lunch
Chicken Soup with Rice.
Chirkrn Pie. I"niily Style.
("IcaniH Potatoes. Stmt CmnlsrrrU.
Tapioca Cmm Tuililina Mrrinirue.
Apple. Mince, C'u.tard. Pumpkin. Corosnut,
Chocolate, Rui.in, and Lmon Tie.
llest Dinner in the City
for 25 Cents
FPECI AL
ATTENTION
LADIES
CIVEV TO
SUGAR MAKERS
Leave your orders for cans and
pails early, it will help all. We
can give you low prices on all sup
plies. Good stock of felt strain
ers, thermometers, spouts, bits,
tubing and sap hose.
C, W.
TELEPHONE
AVERILL & COMPANY
BARRK. VERMONT
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tion, and our lines are always complete.
Trunks from $1.00 to $20.00.
Bags from $1.75 to $15.00
Suit Cases i... $1.00 to $12.00.
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BARRE OPERA HOUSE, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, AT 8 P.
"THE LITTLE CAFE"
Khiw and Erlanser's oris- , : 1 With John E. Young and
inal and absolute only
New York production.
The Biggest of All
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Musical Comedies!
Two Carloads of Scenery
Girls! Girls!
And Girlies!
NOTE On account of Ihe matiivenefs
of this gigantic production the curtain will
rite promptly at 8 o'clock.
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Cast and Chonis of One
Hundred People. Also an
Augmented Orchestra
Most refreshing; for the
tired business man.
Goes with a smash and a
bang!'
Prices: 50-75c-$l-$1.50-$2
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