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TIIK UAUllE , DAILY TIMES, UAHHE, VT., TUESDAY", APRIL 0, 1015.
r Much Wanted Dress Goods In a very complete assortment in both Silk and Wool We are showing a fine display of the season's cloths and in the newest shades to be found on the market. They come in various widths.' Others represent the newest designs and colors, affording a most interesting and enticing display, and making this the store where you will find it a pleasure to shop. Dress Goods, 50c to $2.50 a yard.. When you select your Dress Goods, be sure and inspect our Trimmings. We take especial care to supply suitable Trimmings for all of our Dress Patterns. New Silks, 50c to $2.00 a yard. BARRE DAILY TIMES TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1913. PICTORIAL AND HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS, 10c and 15c The Homer Fitts Co. NEW SUITS AND COATS JUST RECEIVED The Weather Local rains or snow to-night; Wednes day partly cloudy ; fresh south winds, shifting west. TALK OF THE TOWN Alice Joyce at Dreamland to-day in "The Vampire's Trail." Adv. J. A. Hennessey of Boston is making a brief visit in the city and vicinity. John Payne of the east hl.l was oper a tod upon at the City hospital this morn' ing. Born, at the City hospital this morn ing, a son, to Mr. and Sirs. George M Gates. A daughter was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gale of 103 Prospect street. Lawrence Wilson Jias returned from a two weeks' vibit with relatives in Lyn don ville. George Collnmer left yesterday for Burlington, where he will spend a few days visiting relatives. Mrs. Estelle Farrar and daughter, Dor is, left to-day for Burlington, where they will visit for a short time. Regular review of Harmon hive, No. 1, L. O. T. M Wednesday evening at 7:30; initiation. Guards wear uniforms. William Hurry of Btigbee avenue lias j returned from Montreal, where be has been visiting. While there Mr. Hurry underwent an operation on his ear. ?.!. and Mrs. .Tamps McXeil, who hare been making a two weeks' visit in Bos ton have returned to this city. Mr. Mc Neil will return to his duties in the American Express Co. ollice Inter in the week. TALKS AGAINST EXTRAVAGANCE. Burlington's New Mayor Says Finances Won't Allow It. Burlington, April 6. Burlington's new city government came into being yes terday when the new board of aldermen coiiMHting of the hold-overs and the re cently elected members met in their first session. The meeting was immediately followed by a gathering of the city coun cil, which body proceeded at one to elect the city officials for the ensuing year. There are few changes. F. K. Burgess succeeds Thomas Reeves as street com missioner. Jules ISimays, one of the de posed water commissioners recently re-j instated, was elected to succeed himself, j Sherman R. Moulton succeeds Charles F. Black as city grand juror. Kdward La-J vallee succeedj Arthur T. Child as po lice commissioner. The new light oom- missioner is Claude I). Grafton in place f 1. J. Knright. The new hoard of aldermen was called to order by City Clerk M. C. Grandy. The aldermen immediately proceeded to ballot on the choice of a president for the coming year. There were two can didates, Ahlcnnan Roy It. I.anson and Alderman Kugene A. Luck. Mr. Luck won. obtaining six votes to Mr. Lam son's five. There were but 11 members present, as Alderman Woodbury is ab sent from the city. As soon as the board had organized a committee consisting of Aldermen Grat ton, Manmir and Dwyer was appointed to notify Mayor A. K. Drew of the fact and escort him to the council chamber. Mayor Drew then read hi message, in which he called attention to the work of the various departments and stated that it was plain to be seen from viewing the linanciul situation of the city no extrav agances could be indulged 'in during the coming year. ROMAN BANQUET PRODUCED. See Eugene Lyon's Window FREE COUNTRY STORE HOUSE OPERA NON-SKID TIRES Do prevent side slipping AJAX non-skid . tread is a never ending series of bev elled Ag diamond! svbose angle edges prevent slip, while, a powerful suction grips the road. "While ethtra re eUitmig Quality art gnarantrring it," m. r. rm a II X. Mat M. TH. I An Interesting Event Held at Goddard Seminary. Last evening in the dining room of the seminarv building occurred one of the most joyous occasions seen for many a day on the hill. Under the direction of Mr. MeColIuin, the instructor in Latin, with the assistance of the students in that department and a few Jnvif'd guests, was produced a Roman banquet. typical of the Ciceronian age. The dining-room lent itself verv sat isfactorily to producing, in effect, a Ro man dining-room of the wealthy, and reclining on couches, surrounded by the art of the mediaeval ages and an abund ance of flowers, the scene surely pro duced the magic effect upon the onlook er that Trinadio must surely tie enter taining a bevy of his intimate friends. The banquet was served by six stu dents of the first year class ami they surelv did credit to themselves in the remarkable wav in which titer tried to show to the guests wsvs and customs of ages long cone hv. J lie lollowing was tlie menu; Gustatio. Radishes Olives Nuthread sandw iches, pimento filling MtiNum Cena Proper. Celery Onions Chicken croquettes Mashed potatoes tiraliani sandwiches Currant jellv Pickles Wine Mens Secunda. Emit salad Nwltincs Candy Wine Between fflnrwn the musical nnmiMT ere excellently rendered by Misses Whipple. Kent and Ford and also inter-ters4-d throughout the evening were clas sical number on the vietrola. I)iie rev erence was shown to the gods by the priest of Apollo, in the person of Lyman Whitcomh, and 1 1 list ions were offered and drunk to Apollo, the god of the occa sic.). The literary program was given at the end of the banquet, when "A Family Dis pute" between Xanthippe and Socrates na VivhIIv an1 wittily portrayed, the one -ad sketch hsvitig been written by Miss Kliraheth Hoar. ho represented Nsnthippe, snt Sncrstes was Well por ttsyed by Glnn I la tie. Later, the shades of Dido, Cleopatra. Fabius. the delaver. and Terentia were summoned from Hades, bearing their sad message and at the end of the gloomy reritsl and the return of the dead t re gions In-low. trte ban'jiwt broke up. every one fetling tSst it i trHyi to b a Roman snd do as the Romsns do. ireat anprecistion was riven t Mr. snt Mrs. TVals. bo pn Mntirirtgly. with their en-he1per. nsrel neit'-er time nor material (n msking the menu the great uc -es tist it was. At the St. Augustine Roman Catholic church in Montpelier yeterday morning at 10 o'clock, Angelo Marelli of Mont pelier and Camelia Xastriorini of Clifton street, this city, were united in marriage by Rev, Hugh McKenna, acting pastor of the church. There was a large at tendance of relatives and friends, a num ber from this city being present. At the Knights of Columbus hall in the Scampini block last evening the la dies' aid society of St. Monica 'a church held a public whist party. The attend ance was good, 75 being present.- A buf fct lunch of sandwiches, salad, cake and coffee was served. Mrs. E. J. Owens anil Mrs. John Carrick took the honors of the evening, getting the highest per eentage. while Mrs. Louis Guillette and Mrs. John McIIugo were the least suc cessful in raising their score. While walking along the Barre A Chel sea railroad track near Hill street with her husband this forenoon, Mrs. Frank ("a via of Webster avenue suddenly fell forward. Several people nearby went to her assistance and Hided Mr. (avia in carrying her to the Reynolds &. Son store house platform. John Suva, who was working on the street, telephoned to R. W. Ifookcr A. (Vs. and the ambulance took Mrs. Cayia to the City hospital. It was said this afternoon that the fall was probably due to a fainting spell. Friday, April 0, being the 50th anni- versnrv of the surrender of General Lee at Appomattox and the end of the Civil war, therefore I ommamler-in-l Met rai nier of the G. A. R. hat designated it ss AppomRttox day and asked that all A. K. posts observe that oar. There fore, the members of R. B. Cramlall post. No. flfl, Vermont G. A. R., will meet in the G. A. R, hall at 2 p. m. Friday, April !, and they would invite all soldiers of the Civil and (Spanish -American wars, Indies of the G. A. R., sons of veterans and auxiliary of the sons of veterans to meet with tiiem. John W. Averill, commander. TALK OF THE TOWN Mrs. H. S. Miles, went to Boston Tues day to buy millinery. Adv. E. A. Thompson left this morning for Burlington, where he will make a brief visit. Remember the carmen's dance, Eagles' ball, Montpelier, Wednesday evening, April 7; 60c per couple. Mrs. Blanche Cutler of Orange returned home to-day after visitimr relatives in the city for the past week. Miss Lena Swift of Rutland, who has been visiting friends in the city for a few days, returned home to-day. Harold Johnson of St. Albans returned home yesterday after visiting relatives in the city for the past two weeks. Miss Bella Fruser of Merchant street, who has been spending the winter in Tampa, Fla., returned to her home yesterday. At the Bijou to-day. Warren Kerrigan as Terrance O'Rourke in a two-reel fea ture, "The King and the Man," also an other picture. Adv. The case of state vs. Sninella, charged with breach of the peace, was not heard in city court this morning because the presiding judge nad to be in Montpelier at county court. The Barrc Granite Manufacturers' as sociation yesterday afternoon elected James T. Marrion a director in pluce of George Hoyt, who tendered his resigna tion a short time ago. The South End baseball team have called their forces together and are wuit- ng for games. Alexander Fowlie has been chosen as manager and anyone wanting games may confer with him. He challenges, through The Times, sny amateur team in the city. Father S wfedi'cine Innn PI Best for colds, throat and lungs. Builds you up. No alcohol or dangerous drugs. 8 tm:n:B:m'tm:m::a::mn: :m:muir.rnm:nmnmmmuttnimiiii'.t MOTION FOR VERDICT DENIED. GRANITEVILLE. Mrs. Angus Graham, president of the ladies aid, requests the members of that society to be present at her home on Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. An im portant matter is to be brought up. Mrs. Collin MeKenzic, who has been ill with bronchial pneumonia, is able to sit up. Mrs. Charles Beattie is quite ill with the grippe, threatened with pneumonia. The average attendance at the Pres byterian Sunday school the past year was 05. The men's club of the Presbyterian church are to have a meeting in the church hall next Monday night, April 12, when a abort program will be carried out and refreshments will be served. A spe cial feature will lie a talk by Rev, Ed gar Crossland of Barre, an essay on hens hy Angus Smith and a paper, "How the Men's Club Can Make Money," by Rob ert Dalglish, In Suit of Canty vs. Rutland Railroad for $10,000. Rutland, April (I. For the second time during the trial of the case of Ieo F. Canty against the Rutland railroad Judge F. M. Butler yesterday overruled the defendant's motion for the direction of a verdict. The first motion waa made at the close of the plaintiff's case Fri day and it was renewed yesterday after noon at the close of the defendant's side of tho accident in which the plaintiff was badly burned. In each instance exceptions to the ruling were taken by the defense. The. plaintiff brought suit against the company in an endeavor to recover $10, 000 (la mages, claiming the company was negligent in furnishing improper appli ances with which to work. The plaintiff was badly burned when a can containing denatured alcohol exploded. alone in the office of the paymaster. where he was employed, at the time of j the accident. The case has been hard fought from start to finish, v Expert chemists have been employed by both sides and much of the time yes terday was taken up with the explana tion of experiments tried by the experts,! the explosive points of the alcohol, gases snd mixture of the gas from the dena tured alcohol and the atmosphere. TRADE MARK Scientific Stockings For Men, Women and Children 1 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED our spring shipment of Cadet Hosiery. There are numbers for every member of the family, cqntaining all the former features and many new ones. One is the "rip-proof anti-ravel" welt, in the ladies' numbers. 8 To appreciate these, you should see our window display or, better still, visit our Hosiery Department. And for you to really test them, we would have you try a pair. It would con vince you. Styles, weights and sizes a plenty. - HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre, Vt. Successor to Veal; ft Knight (iniaimiig j jp He was ! j jvmaster. 1 I, 1 ' ' -J II I I . II 1-1-1 I 1 1 r 11 ii aimima SOUTH BARRE Life's Easter. Someway anil aomehow in the secret places, permeating the soul of hu manity, streams the spiritual thought that the Eastertide is peculiarly life's season. It is felt to tic the time of the year when all life is freshened and vivi fied and electrified into a new impulse to ward a more full and sutisfying life. Mere existence ceases, and. Incomes a mighty movement upward. From the most minute atom upward through the Program for South Barre grange on Thursday evening, April 8: Song, "School Hays"; whistling song; roll-call, respond ed to by reminiscences of school days; reading, "School Days." Ruth Wood; discussion, "Improving Our Rural Schools How Can We Help?" Mrs. Kdson llol- den, Hon V. Camp; song by a quartet ;i current events, Guy C. Howard; infrtru-; mental duet, Miss Cora Roberts, Mrs.1' Don V. Camp; exhibit of members taken.' during school days. All patrons irej asked to take part id the picture con tent and hand their pictures to Mrs. Guy Howard before, if convenient; if not, bring them that night. In charge of Mrs.! M. L. Towne. A prize will be given the oni! who guesses the largest number. Mufcic by the grange. (INCEMEN to the Music Lovers of Barre The Famous Boston English Opera Co. With Over 50 Artists Presenting Verde's Beautiful Opera WEST TOPSHAM. D. E. Ragley was in Bradford last Wednesday, called there bv the illness of Mrs. H. O. Ragley. Mrs. Carroll Kicker of Groton is visit- mineral, vegetable and animal kingdoms I ing her mother, Mrs. Rouhan. . ...... I . i ! Vermont's Assistant Judges. liy virtue of the proposed law which would define the duties of o -culled as sistant judges these venerated antiques will hereafter only "assist the presid ing judge in matter of fact tried before the court. Sort of assistant jury, so to define it. f)f course it is intolerable that a farmer and a lumberman overrule the judge in a matter of law, hut this power has been conferred on them from im memorial time. The proposed change will rcliete the situation of its farcial aspects, but it may lie doubted whether their assistance in purely court rases in which there is no Injury w ill be of inch benefit. The principal usefulness of an assistant judg is to see to it that his county jail is in a sanitary condition, sterilizing vermin and w hitew ashing the offices of the county oflii-er as often as they may suggest the necessity for it, and outside the exthetic lines he is not st home. There have !een aaiintant; ludees who liae adorned the bench, so long as they never made a remark on any subject, but their proper sphere is to ait in maintaining tlie mental equilibrium of t court bouse janitor with occasional eicnrsiona around the premi- to look for rat holes. From The Advance. S Euefne Lyon' WnrJow FREE COUNTRY STORE OPERA HOUSE 1 Trunks, Bags, SuitCasses Z - j t r-lf mould rmtjr I This department always receives our best attention. We have for your inspection a complete line of Trunks at SJ, $4.50, $5 and $18. Bags at from $1.75 up to S15. Suit Cases at from $1 up to $12. Vc are at vour sen ice Tht Greed of Cutworms. In the mrrent issue of Farm and Fire le. the national farm psp published st Springfield. .. a contributor writ1 s licip! uJ anieie annul rmworms. iiw raiag's ff cutworms are fully described lid definite suggestions as t how t gt rid of tbvm are reported. Some of the rmarkab1e facts atumt cutworms sre in h.t in the following ettrart taks '.rin tb article: ( 'lit worms sre tme ViirgUr. ,mg ss the dsy lasts they rni in is hi !'ng tm ley te-k. t ones, vt trash tir even lUw tV snifaee of tw ground; b I as o"S) Bigbt falls they rome 1tfiU t steal the lues f t-n!er plant. Ml mi a is recautin the part Af the inwet burglar 1 1 hide dnrtng nrnotk and plump thit bird are a I - tiigVit prl ng rsx-sls would rrniy Tp ani rmiirtj HesT banger t'T eating the plants as -y eirt t '"m dw n. thr would be W 'rsca.!v. Pot no! Thr ft m sppeas j ' itig tb-ir tot -"! Sfj-t t with tnere 2'ly what tlr hit tt in rutting dw !thr !nt: tbos a lsf4 lie fist s?4 w i!tel m 1 1 morning eun, sshtiptm w lt dinner. thi rr",t tw nrtiwmi re in , wjfw w ( miff rf - . am m m thsa litrr ran est." I J ! .. t'th. I ft-. T : s?4 i ! -Is !Thi Frank McWhorter Co. D. C Rizri, CKnnf ItaliaA : : S EotTtw Lrim's Window TREE COUNTRY STORE OPERA HOUSE unto and into the soul the throbbing aspiration runs. Nothing ever did, can or will die. All forms change, and that is all. In the words of the beautiful hymn: "There is no death; Wliat seems so is transition." God expresses Himself in nature, or, nature is the infinite mind pressed out into visibility. Through God's lawa in nature are manifest His mighty will that all things in His nature shall at this ver nal sesson live more fully and plentiful ly. There is a season for all things, and as the autumnal equinox approaches the bodies of the plants and flowers de cay and are transformed, though their life-germ remains dormant and rests through the long winter, awaiting the resurrection of nature when the soul of things is agsin manifest in new garment. There is no dead matter in all the uni verse, otherwise such an inconceivable monstrosity would rack them into chaos. Life is everywhere, only "waiting for the May." It is both kinetic and static, and proceed from the one into the other with the kindling spirit of spring. It i the eternally liing Christ in all thing. He who is forever the spirit snd the life. The vernal equinox, which mark the approaching apotheosis if the mystical sun-god, is not alone an anniversary nf the rien Klder Rrother of humanity, nut alo of that pulsing spirit of an again re-created world which once more animates all thing. The mantle of the snows fades and disappear with the ascending sun. snd makes way for the re vitsliration of all the infinite life-form which always surround us. As the days prow longer and wsrmcr the songs of the birds sing prsise to sn arisen world. the chirp snd burr, of the Insert fill the air with the melody of infinite voice, the modest little wood and field flower push out through the would and begin to bud and bloom, the shrill and tree repond to the e I -pressure of the magic of the life w ithin tHm snd their vitality expand in the bud snd Ister k-atca of gladness. On every side is bounding and abounding life releesed. From the nature an.!, meaning of thej vernal aoa it is sl a smison of bone' snd gladne. The fading b-af and thJ rhill grer dsr of Norembn- bring W'thl them a fwlins; of the soilness of desola tion and the inevitable transformation of dwsr, but the softly wirig nKir of AjTil bring the fnmm of Mar d t such a mMis thre rsn n!v r thought tif reioieirg and rd rheer S)d anticipation and thsnkfuliwss Wiow f tl infinite and tnsnifoM .lemg tvscbed out t ws from everv side and on ew-rr hand. t,s h transformed t-T the ma?- of th ixhtM ion tntn life la its nthfnl s, and t lire r,miig,r s1 lalth fnllr isj His inws-e is a blessing lrrond sdjnsfe rsaliratton. brt is i)4d ri"e t-4sr bringing with Him tbe wrleome of H s1wr r nrrritig STTmrlim a"d the "Mist.ird wether" of on of Ht tfifn te tears Tho ilu s'i e m ho otilt- sintid sod wH. bstt we bsre cor bitr- to fcrig onT.res in eoneord sad tun w-ith th Infnite and tins Jt sd r- thoM rx bet Atinc mh'v h ll m. for tlo rd" a ow!v and cortr-t tsrt wSa appmMat and sinderl snd. from 11 Advsi. News has Iwen received here of the illness of Mrs. 11. O. Hugley of Bradford, with double pneumonia. Miss I.innie A. Welch is home on her vacation. .Mrs. Vina Hanson and children have returned to their home in Kant liarre. Notice to Clerks. A special meeting of R. C. I. P. A., No. 241. will lie held to-night at A:. 10 in K. of P. ball. All clerk are a.-ked to at tend. Per ord'r recording secretary. air mlU TEH E Regular in e e t i n g of Court Rarre, No. 3,:tl7. I. O. .. this evening at 7 o'clock sharp. Regular stated conven tion fif llli it its. lodge. No. III. K. of P., will ! held tonight at 7:3Uj o'clock. Special eomniunication of (Granite lodge. No, ,15, F. and A. M, Tuedy evening. April !. at 7 oVlmk. Nork. M. M. degree. William Hurrv, M. ' I Has an Open Date on Thursday Evening. April 15 We have written the management, asking if the company will play Barre on that date and received 3 reply saying if Barre would guarantee one thousand dollars they could have the attraction. We are very anxious to secure this organization, as it will without doubt prove one of the finest things we have had. The artists include the foremost stars on the operatic stage, and if music lovers in Barre and vicinity will give us their support we will make the necessary guarantee, Burlington and Rutland are the only other towns in Vermont where this com pany plays. Go to Drown's Drug Store and put your name on the list for as many seats as you want Subscribers will have first choice of seats on Friday night, April 9, at 7 o'clock. JOHN E. HOB AN, Manager Barre Opera House. TODAY ANI) ALL THIS WEEK UN IHI PEERLESS PENDLETON The Wonder Worker of the Mystic World." and His Vaudeville Company THE EJIERYS COMEDY SKETCH ARTISTS MTe inert ni'tenjp,,,,,,,;,! j).rir l,t(li fj, Entitle -HERE AJ5D THESE" PAVILION THEATRE VAUDEVILLE KAMMERER AND HOWLANI) Refined Sinin? Act PHOTOPLAYS EJiscn presents Msrc McDermotl in a swell two-part drams THE BEST MAN THE WAY HOMF-A Biogrsph drsms of merit. A SURPRISE PARTY A dandy comedy. MBS. BEX. X. TAtSIE, l-asist ADULTS, 10c Small Children, 59c Per Dozen XV ADVKimsKMKST IX TIIK lUIMt: TIMI-S WILL IIIIIXG St Hi: lir.SVLTS TTX LATE TO DECLASSIFIED r. x .MISS GENEVIEVE JOHNSON "THE CKEStE?! WtL" la Character S'T. so4 Dances AND FEATURE FILMS MOTION PICTURES ni! Show at 6:43 P. M. 4 fjp Matine Dan.r' ja I UUNo Srat- Cwn td y Cstlw'S Mr-v. 'enrt A t yn -, -r n I .1, , : rwM S Eopetw I-j cm's Xttniow TREE CTJt'NTRY STORE OPERA IIOFSE SUGAR MAKERS Leave your orders for cans and pails early, it will help all. Wc can ive you low prices on all sup plies. Good stock of felt strain ers, thermometers, spouts, hits, tuhin and sap hose. C W. 'AVERILL & COMPANY mtntnt tss "-