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8 THE HA11KE DAILY TIMES,- BARRE, VTY MONDAY, MAY 3, 191 J.
HiwH.- mm'' fc Satot. Ffifli vial BARRE DAILY TIMES McCafl Fashions For June The new magazine is in for June; also Fashion Sheets MONDAY, MAY 3, 1915. The Weather (Shower to-niflht and Tuesdays crate northeast winds. mod' JE n h Only! . ' vviiinsiyuj Liixiiai cyiiiiiii Offers a splendid chance to complete your wardrobe with these famous machine-made dresses. A dress for every occasion $1.00 to $7.50 Extraordinary Values All This Week 1. 2. 3. 4. The WATERBURY Plrtiant Reception in Honor of Rev. and Mrs. Smith and Rev. and Mrs. Douglass. The reception given in the Methodist church parlors Friday evening to Rev. and Mri. V. L. Smith and Rev. and Mrs. K. Douglas wa well arranged and was a very delightful social ernt. In the receiving line were Rev. and Mr. XV. K. Donglaaa. Rev. and Mm. V. I.. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Demcritt, representing the church; I. W. fVxiley, reprrneni lug rne nritiricrinwHi. ami .m. 1. W. Cooler, the Ntindav school. Tlie decoration of potted pUnt and rut flowers were arranged very artistically hy Mr. I). 0, .lone. The introduction committee wa coniiocd of Mr. and Mr. F. C. I-amh, Mr. mid Mr. K. K. J.wlvn. and Mr. and Mrs, 1). .lone. Refresh -ment were nerved hy lh H. H. Fuller ton. Mix liooe tiilwon. Dr. T. .1. Allen, and Mien Kdjthe Me Hojce. Muie furnished ly a vrctrola. A numlT from raih of tie" chiirchca took thin oppor t unity to sricak a word of welcome to the new pastor and wife and again to ewcs their gratitude for the many kindly thcMi);lit and lccd of Her. and Mr. IVmgla. To both partic wa rx j.rcaacd the best of w ilic for their He work. The annual meeting of the Hvpatia iluh wa Ixld with Mr. John f'nwli-r on Wiih kill Fridiiv afternoon. F.neonr aging report of the year' work were iw-iual 4444 4 4 44h4V4 I Our Boys' Shop ! j Pr, I I If I Mr, J"a II sf's North Cost Less Because: Made in quantities. All by machine. Cut with powerful electric knives. All sewing done on special high-speed machines. Materials bought direct from the ' mills in quantities. See Our Big Window Display Homer Fitts ContBanv Headquarters for Summer Wash Dresses given and a pleasant social time ped. A picnic lunch was ervel. The follow ing officer were elected: President, Mr. V. 11. B. Terry: vice-president, Mr. F.. F.. Jnslyn; secretary, Mi Rose Carpenter; treasurer, Mr. Roy W. IV nieritt; program committee, Mr. F. K. Steele, jr., Mr. F. I- Knight, and Mr. K. A. Stanley. Mis Ftta (irave i 'chairman of the executive committee. The club voted to have Prof. Ilict of Norwich university for a piano recital the last of the month. Mis Minnie Hurdett of Pittsford 1 . the ciiest f Mr. V. I Waaann. New ha been received of the death from hock of Mr. Van Rcnwhoten in I New York City, mother of Mr. ersil j Watson Morgan. j Ir. and Mr. C. R. Kid well have Te. j turned from Hrooklyn, N. Y, where they 'have hern for two week a guest of (Mr. and Mr. Edgar Ihirand. They also i spent a few days in Bellow a Kail with I relative of Dr. Hid well. The doctor re. jturn very well and ha resumed hi ! praiii-e. I Mrs. Holton of Randall avenue, who ha Keen ill for some time with dialwte. suffered a shock Saturday flight and re mains in a tkii condition. Ihe funeral of Mr, .lame Ryan was held from St. Andrea church Satnrday morning. Rev. Robert IVvoy officiating. Hiinal was in the Holy ccmctfTV at Dnvhnry. The tx-arer were all Cros aett IM1 "tieijrhbors: Ratrik Have, Frank Carver, Jame Rreene, and Jm Vllin. R-v. A. J. Covrll. former rator tf bhowini the n if-1 ticst and best: clothes for bovs I we have ever dis-1 Knickcr Suits, 1 and 2 pairs trou sers, S2e50 toSlO. Reefers and Top : Coats S2.50 S730 each. a to : Shore Dresses the Congregational church in this place, is to he one of the speakers at the utate Congregational conference held in Harre this month. WEST TOPSHAM. The son recently Wn to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ragley ha been named Lin ford (iordon. Mis Gratia Reanlon spent Saturday with her parent in Harre. William IValce and son, (liarle. have gone to Roston. Steral in the place are ill with the grippe. Mr. and Mrs. F.. C. Toole viited at Frank Aitkena recently. Little (.race Meek i ill. Cominunton was otwerved in the West Topsham vhurcli Sunday. TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED WANTKn Arti, intelliaeiii. reliable man tietweeii 7 sr4 in; ttr wwrk anar iee ultrr to naht rsrtr: eefwp re. quire, inquire kf Utler Ut "A." car Time. KH HAI K Ilk 1nr small Rioek ninaheul in a, runnina imlrr. Inquire ef S'iHr A Murra a BaiWr Kh"T, f.ranilexllle. Vt. : el l'7-. 41 f Kr. r"0J HATX HINJ nrle n4 tt Cmtb Aneenss : mml lareea ; II OS re lin. r rhanre f" aettliMr hen. C. H keneei, 2 hurrfc alrert. Harre. Vi. 4f Spring: and Summer Styles now ready for your earli est inrctori. ofTerir.g you one of the rl mke of Shoe, cm the mar ft ti select fn-m. and wti factn TiJArrilel. jA France ShrC5 and Oxfords f to V.W rir M-:;te Cr)va Oxford $1 "4 to 12-V) rir S I 4 i I i t P I ari" f--. i t-tf Are Better Because: 1. Models by high-priced designers. 2. Styles and fabrics always the latest. 3. Constant changes in models and pat terns offered give greatest choice. ' 4. Exclusive patterns through many special purchases of materials. TALK OF THE TOWN William R. Rink of Farwell street re turned yesterday from I nderhill. where he ha been making a few day' visit ith relatives. Mis Flirabcth Melvin of Tlent street left this mornirtfc for Clsremont, N. H.. whera he plans to make an ex tended atay. A number of young women who were formerly en. ployed with Mis Melvin at the afore of the F. H. Ladd Co. gathered at the station near noon to bid her godspeed on her journey. PLAINFIELD. Ihiring the electrical storm of Sunday night, April 2.". the. house owned by Mr. I.ycraft near th cjTavel pit wa strn 'k ! liiihtning. The woodwork caught tire lut the blare wa quickly extinguished. Mr. William Treaeott hss returned from the Marv Fletcher hospital at Rur-, wl.. L ..i. . . I 1. 1 I.. I. I and neighlr who remembered her with! I. tt. r and postcardi while there, also i t owe who assisted tier family during her absence. Clark Olrll h sold Ms frm. Arch. Nye of Rarra waa in town Fri day visiting relative. F. V. Ihike wpa called to tlreenfieM. N If., WednedV hy the illnc. of Ins dsuelitrr. Mr. Wilfred RuwII. Miss Fthel Colby of Wateibury stnt s-aturdav and Sunday with Mr. and Mr. P. J. t otbr. ! Mr. Rosa TTonfoon is n'lnic a few ' ly in town. Mtaaeaf Jane and Abba flsik and Mrs. ljnry HoIliter srw in Montpclier Sat itrdsy to attend May brek!at at the 1 nitsnan (kiinh. Mi. arr-n I ideld is ill with pnen- mei. Ms Myrtle v-i is carirg for ber. Mr. Xrflie Sr mv ill at the kmf of tier won. lnrff Nve. Mi Kcrrtt of Rsrre, a trairwd nurae, -r-ire for her. . I Vsrtiii w in MoMr-lur "stur dy t atterxt rrmwre grange. 'r. 1ty JVaet of Mont fetter was tn town -nr!av to s wit fcey aunt, Mr. Warrew I ifieH w . i in. Mr. reh. Il.lt M wert t Mid (lewe, ardr t 't Mr. end Mrs. r.a-m H n. Vr. E. t. P"tr wa in Mortpr'W tnr'lr t stfend tb wtnr of T mwa fra'-pe. Ve. I tt M...r v siwrt la't wek i I fla--e wrtl, !ia H T. I Vt. an4 Vt. T.. J. FwrOett were in fari.-k .tetsy laiwi-nd t f.i-Iten-at of W.Hmea K-ry. Mr. a n't M. ' I r i ? M 1 bar n-'M'r .l-d Mr. an4 Mf rf fir , Mr ar4 VK r'ws-H 1M v Mr. r rt tr t l Wt- '" f tt'h T. r. srt Mrw. 1 !nT T"!r im " f t tr i. V arm l t"W J,(,4,f T. T. lawvitt Kas le t-"""' a 'uf jtl isH TALK OF THE TOWN Pee the special value in ladies' suits at Abbott s. .lamea Mitchell accompanied a party nt tricmls to l.roton Saturday for a week stay in camp. Officer of liuth chspter. O. f.. S.. will please meet in Masonic hall for practice Wednesday evening, Mav 5, at 7 o'clock. Team to collect rubbish wifl not be gin carting it away until Thursday morn ing. Householders should bear this in mind. Mr. and Mrs. Thorn Magner. jr.. re turned today from Burlincton. w lie re they bae been making a few d' visit with the former' father. The latest motion picture machine, with all modern attachments, haa been installed at the Rijoii Theatre. Thi will insure even better pictures than in the past. Adv. . . V,"' r,,,,f,n" "' ' ""H"" -',"''"i. yi innrin rm, ru i ue cu earir una morninff lor .ew ork. wliere they are to sail to morrow n the Italian liner Rcgina ltlia, for Onoa. Italy, going later to their former home in Milan tor a aoiourn of aeieral month. Nrjf libr.rhood acquaintaniv ac companied the family to the station to bid them farewell. v imam i.iii'on of Miclilnn.! avenue retnrnet to Rarre veter.lsr from Mil ford. N. If- where be b be-n emptoted tor aeveral wevV. Mr. (,inn state tht busineaa in the New ITsmpal'ire trsnite town eotitinue, to alacketi fee .eptibly and that the ootbtok for tnis inesa in tht section tlii atimmer i not very promising. A aaailer of other rfsrre atoneciitters who went to MitfoH eariy in I i'e sprinj are iinrn., to rMinn to thi cify within a short t'm. To nijht the rttc eottneil bnht its trg nlsr anntithly meH iig and eer mt era of importance are diie to be emitul ered. In tSe band of the al iTmanir were eomm ttee ia a situ of dta aiib m tted by C. H. 4 ran-1.11. a RurlicgKm eonaijltoig a-ntineer. w wa ejrwjwif lst i4 t bs eat irate the r-n.a t meter the rtr wster i tim. Mr. lis ''ll ! not mi4e a formal fnnct t" ) rnmir.K-e. a t' st .1.-.n in the mat fer rf fpl ine e i'sxe in the nw-t I, n't of iwhi i(.t rei taU w ifl .rlhr te A u-rr- int a t "w. T al'iermarc ororierty eotnmrtt-e np"-tM tn make j a rfwrt on th tuMi ..'.i.i t- f m ! the U- r nt t le flarre fti a hnnv. Fee ..ffa rce.trt at the rril'r H ma' f the iM'ti n la -4 he ta-ea, em ea tifste .v the e.m-fe(ttee, WasVtnriaa Kaa Kuke4 Yy Coll. I l a '' Rlr r f nakr4'Hi m W(fH a i.tc aer..,a a J'-.t tu'.lr ntnTMni'. v hfh i"l l turn if 1't -at WM-la f ttsrv...- a -.3t iet -!. tw-w he f "' I t - - r. 1 nnl l.i;. M'f V.. TALK OF THE TOWN Special coat value at Abbott'. North Shore wash (lrctcH at Kit tn. New HoHgknit sweatera at Abhott'. The clioniM cImhs of the CongregMtion ul church will meet for rchearuul Tuca day at 4:15 p. tu, William St. .John will leave to-night lor Haverhill, Mass., where he will spend a week or 10 days, Riano tuned, reculated and repaired. Work guaranteed. K. If. Hale, 48 Wel lington street. 'Phone 128-11. Mr. Minnie Rareizo left Saturday for Rarton, where she will remain for sev eral days, visiting with relative. Quality leathers for repairing, fancy luces and bows and leather strips for ale at t'harboimeau's. Hiiscnicnt of the Worthen block. Raymond Tierney, who hag been mak ing a short visit in Boston on business. returned to his home on South Main street last night. Mr. and Mr. Henry Hull, who were In the city yesterday to attend the funeral of A. M. Morrison, returned to their home in South Woodbury to-day. Miss Taylor, a member of the Spmild ing faculty returned last night om Proctor, where she has been visiting at her home during the past few days. An informal reception will be held at the Methodist church parlors Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock to welcome back Rev. and Mrs. K. F. Newell. Kverybody come. A real estate deal was put through re cently whereby Charles B. Fletcher of Chelsea sold his farm to Air. and Mrs. Blair, who will take possession immedi ately. J. J. Dashner, real estate acent, Barre. A number of Barre Spiritualists were in Montpelier vesterdav to attend a meeting in the f?. A. R. ball. Wellman C. Whitney, a well-known Springfield, Mass., Spiritualist, was the sneaker at the afternoon and evening service. Mrs. Frank Merrill of Prospect street and fJarrett Robert of Kinney street left Saturday night for Springfield. Mass., where tbev were called bv the death of Mr. Roberts' sister, Mrs. Wil- iam Haddigan. The funeral is to be held to-dav. Ha rrv T. Jeffords of 30 North Main street, the well-known painter, returned last night trotn hsiex Junction, where he ha been passing four weeks in the home .f John P. Crowley. fluriiig his absence Mr. Jeffords assisted Mr. Crowlev in painting a summer home at Camp Rich in Milton. The Agnga class of the Raptift church are planning something different for an entertainment to be given Wednesday night. The affair is to take the form of a backward social. All thine that usually come first are to come last. It is to begin at 10 o'clock and end at 8. Mrs. Sadie M. Oeake of 16 Church street and ,1a met B. Sawyer of 40 South Main street were united in marriage at the Cniversalist parsonage on Church street Friday evening by Rev. J. B. Rear- don. The couple were unattended and left the following dav for a brief wed ding tour. Mr. Sawyer has been em ployed a a blacksmith at the Trow & ilolden plant for several years. Second Constable (Jeorge W. Park took a young man in custody at the north end of the city Saturday and brought him to police headquarter. It transpired that the fellow- had stepped into a store entrance in that section of J the town to get out of the rain. On the complaint of the owner, the second con stable escorted him to the station. He wa discharged from custody. Rsrre la sure of one big circu during the coming ummer and the prospects tor a second "biggest show on earth" are considered bright. O. C. Averill. city bill .Mer. baa been notified that the famous 101 Ranch Wild W est show will exhibit in thi city aometime within the next two month. Only two other town in Vermont, Rurlingtnn and Rutland, it is expected, will entertain the 101 Ranch (erformer in 1015. The l. C. V. b ela II team journeyed to Williamsfown Saturday afternoon and in pite of a tedv driirle of rain dur-: ir.g the whole afternoon, played the Wil liamstown town team. The Barre team waa defeated in the aeventh inning, when illimtown cot to the pitcher for a few bunched hit. In this inning they broucht in i score, making their to tal 10. The P. C. V. club had a total of seven. At tne enn or ine Severn n ine game wa called. oiomno ana " rr were the II. C. V. battery and savery and trfvlfrey were the Williamsfown battery. A return game will ba played later in this city. 5otic To Cam of City Water. nlv three more day in which In pay your water rent, intendent. Frank O. I zee, super- YOUR BILIOUSNESS rj conattpaMon, headache, flror1-rn-a, coated tor rue. bad breath, bad taeta In tha mou'h, oukkly diappe' If toit tska Hood's I'il a. Mr r "T thee p!I!a act better on tho liver aind l.n. than anirhlra? elae. ! tiot BTlr. IV, ef rua;-ats or bf tnaU t-X.Oa C. X UoeJ Co, Low.il. Jlas. J PAVILION THEATRE VAUDEVILLE McCARTHY SISTERS Two dainty entertainer. PHOTOPLAYS A SOLDIt.R OF PF.ACE-A 6n4y t-o pat war drama f-ENTlMf-NTAL SOrHIE-Fearir.4 Shrpcry WirE iOI R f LFT AaoKcr lunny comedy ADULTS, 10c Small WHEN YOU PAINT BUY B. P. S. It cover more and mear longer. Made for every purpt"c. Color card free. C YV. AVERILL & COMPANY and Patterns. - A fine Silk-Muslin Waist in White or Light Tan, with three-color stripes; very neat and pretty ; only $1.00. Another Waist, embroidered Organdie, in plain White; a special value for $1.00. A fine new line of Parasols in Saturday. For ladies, misses and children. A very good graduation present. Henry W, Knight, Successor to Veale & Knight TALK OF THE TOWN Special white serge skirt only $2.60 at Abbott's. - "An Affair for the Police," special fea ture at Iream land .to-day, with Leah Baird and Ixo Helany in the load. Ad. W, J. hdwarns or V ebstervulle, who is employed by the K. I. Smith Co. as a foreman, wag a visitor in the city this forenoon, leaving at 11:45 o'clock for. I-eds, P. Q., where he was summoned by the death of his mother, which oc- . curred yesterday. WEBSTERVILLE. St. John the Baptist church-Th an; inial parish meeting will not be'-held on Thursday evening as announced Sun day, as the secretary-treasurer will bo unable to be present. The service will be held at the usual hour. W, J. M. Beattie. Meets in Montpelier May 3. The 11th annual meeting of the wom an's auxiliary of the Montpelier, district will be. held in Christ chnridi, :MontpclieTt Wednesday of this week, .May 6, -with the following program: T ,t ."' -,' At 10 a. m., holy communion, followed by address of welcome by Rev. H. A. Flint i responses bv Rev. D. L. Sanford, Rev. T. S. Ockford and Rev. W. J, M. Heat tie; reports district secretary, Mrs. .1. W. Vaughun; Barre auxiliary secre tary, Mrs. S. N. Parkerj Northfield aux iliary secretary, Mrs. George Averill j Websterville auxiliary secretary, Mrs. Agnea Churchill; Montpelier auxiliary secretary, Mrs. Cecil (i. Kgg; singing; report of juniors; election of district sec retary; remark by district vice-president; adjournment for lunch at I p. nt. The afternoon sees ion opens at 1 o'clock, with evening prayer. Talk on the "Personal Benefit of" the Auxiliary to Workers." will be given by the local president, Mrs. F. 5. Howland of Barre, Mr. J. M. McCormirk of Northfield, Mrs. R. B. Farquharnon of Montpelier, and Mrs. Kdward Anderson of Websterville; singing; address. Mrs. F. X. Whitney, diocesan secretaryj "Alaska and Her Missions," Deaconett Mary Tileston; pa per. Mrs. N. J. Roberta;' "Mission Work in Honolulu." Mr. R. B. Farouharaonj paper, "Our Missions and the Auxiliary,' Mrs. William Roynton; at 4:1ft, princi pal and closing address by Rv. D. L. . Sanford, diocesan missionary; offertory and benediction. E I ox JOHN E. EATON. HOBAN. Rasidcat afjrf. Monday. May 3rd FROM HIS HALF-YEAR'S BOSTON RUN WM. OPERA HOUSE Jfj)n)P -TBE MAN' MtOM HOME") in his four-act com rdy of che erf ulncM The Road to Happiness At GIVE 1 Entire Year Half This Season in Chicago in Boston ANoracR davicl vonmiErt mi it IS MW ROLE OP JIM WMITMAtt Pri-....50c. ?5c, 11.00. $1.50 aaW at Drwa-wa TVin-Haf M, April . ' '" Children, 9c rer Uoien rM 'a lr-s. 4) The liomcr MttsCo. fM4 V ft wpr 's'twr "-l t t..a tn I'ss : The Frank McWhorter Co. a a, ntr tm trrw t t" fiairewf. ft0 mtf "t a ' e-r wit, f.ea m1,fT mm ariad- as ciii"ruli! a - MH 44) 444 44f f ; Jble.