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THE JJAKHK ' DA1LV TIMES UARHE, VT., KJCIUAy, 31 AY 21, 1913. $600 Values Saturday Special For $4.98 Each Serge Dress Sale We have 14 Serge Dresses that arrived a little late, but just the Dress for cool days. These come in Navy, Green, Bran, and Putty colors; nicely made and prettily,trimmed. Regular $6.00 Gowns. Choice ort Saturday, $4.98 Received by Yesterday's Express Twenty-five Ladies' Coats from a leading manufacturer, that are priced very much below regular value. These come in Mixtures, ' Checks and plain. colors; some, lined and some unlined. Every one an exceptional value, and demand your earliest inspection. Priced from $5.98 to $10.00 each SEE OUR NEW ARRIVALS IN CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS The Homer Fitts Company BARRE DAILY TIMES FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1015. The Wcuther L'nseltlml to-niht nml Saturday j probably showers; , wanner to-night in New JlauiuHliire ant Vermont; moder ate euat to southeast winds. . TALK OF THE TOWN Buy your shoes at Fitts. Serge dress sale Saturday at Fitts. Special sale on long fabric gloves at . Fitts. ( Fresh strawberries daily at the Ver mont Fruit Store. Miss Edith Morley returned this morn ing to lier home in Lincoln, after emliiig week with friends in Barre and Mont pelier. i TALK OF THE TOWN Extra sale neckwear, 19t and 2m, at Vauglian's. Fresh strawberries dailv at the Ver mont Fruit Store. See the wash foods on sale at 10c a yard, at VaiiL'han's. Miss tecil J'mep, who lias been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs, E. M. Tobin tf Academy street for a few days, ro turned last evening to litirlington. TALK OF THE TOWN MOYA m POWDER i Absolutely Pure No Alum No Lime Phosphate BAKI Buy your silk, glovps at Vanghan's. Tliere. will be a special address at the Hedding church next Sunday evening that should interest all lovers of Robert Hums and those that labor. The pastor will speak on "Robert of Ayreshire and Roliert of Selkirk." Special music. AH are welcome. f Martin E, McKenna of Montpelicr be gan work this morning as .adjuster for Boutwell. Milne & Varnum, succeeding Arthur Young. Mr.' McKenna was for four years an alderman in Montpelier and two vears of that tune was president of the board. He has also been secretary of the granite cutters' union for five Next Monday morning the meeting of the Ministers' Monday club will be held at Willianistown. The ministers' wive are cordially invited to attend this meet ing. Those who are planning to go will please notify Rev. John Irons of Wil lianistown that the people there who are arranging for the lunch will know what to plan for. Two interesting papers are to be presented: "The Rural Church" by Rev. A. V. Hewitt of l'lainlield, and "Re ligious IvPssons From Mod's Out of Doors" bv Rev. .John Irons of Willianistown. A trip to the gulf is planned sometime dur ing the day. Remember our , Preserve your eggs low prices fi ' J "1 with our on Tjv O Til O 17" Concentrated Water Toilet Goods k2 C& L Li 1. Li CJL V Glass, 10c quart Chocolate Sale! Quimby's 50c Milk Chocolates, Satur day, only 39c lb. If you don't eat Quimby's you don't eat the best. Try Sterate CummillgS & LWiS Colgate's of Zinc, the new C3 . , n BahytWr. DrUgglStS "200 Clothes for Good Service! In these days of uncertainty when we are never sure, of the woolen sup ply, a map wants clothes that will give good service as well as clothes' that arc smart and fashionable. Adler-Rochester and Shuman clothes arc properly designed, arc al ways scientifically tailored and arc al ways made from the best materials ob tainable hence, they arc long service clothes. All the newest patterns and style fea tures arc included in our Spring and Summer assortment. St' The Frank McWhorter Company TALK OF THE TOWN You ean buy 7 T'iiiitiH for We at Cum niings Si. Lewis', i Nee the new waists on sale at the aiigbiin Store. fresh strawberries dailv at the Ver mont Fruit Store. . Public dunoe in Howland ball Saturday evening, Carroll's six-niece orehestra. A good "time for all. "The Star of the 8ea," a two-reel Hex rama featurintr Pauline Bush: also other pietureg at tho Bijou. Adv. An adjourned nieetini? of the vestry of me i nuren or tlie liood Shepherd will be held in tho church next Tuesday evening. Mrs. Raymond (.'. Waterman of tump street went this morning to her former home in Willianistown, where she will spend the week end with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Randall, who have made their home in Uarre for the past three years, left yesterday afternoon for Milton, where Mr. Randall has pur chased a mercantile establishment. . James Hastings has the huildiiur mate rial drawn and the foundation ready for an audition to lus garage and tire repair snop near the t'leary store on .North Main street. Mr. Hastings plans to have ine annex completed early in June. the I). I. V. baseball team will cross bats with the Mohawk A. C. of Williams- town on the Rangers field Saturday after noon at 3 o'eloik. The battery for the visiting team will be Godfrey and Sav- ery and for the 1). C. V. Colombo or lal eagiii and Caldcrara. Ollieers elected bv St. Aldemnr eom- mandery, No. 11, Knights Templar in April were installed at a largely attend ed assembly by knights in the Masonic asylum in the Blanchard building last night. Dr. E. B. Whitaker, grand senior warden of Vermont, inducted the officers into the positions and he wag assisted in the ceremony by .Nelson B. Ballard a past St. Aldemar. After the business of the evening, the kniitht enioved smoker, several o their number contrib uting . interesting informal remarks to tHe .program. Barre council, Xo. 401, Knight of Co lunibiis, held another of its enjoyable dencinsr series in the council hall last evening. Fifty couples were in attend ance and music for the occasion whs rendered by Carroll's orchestra. At in termission a number of young women served refreshments. A committee with Charles Wilkie acting as chairman had charge of the arrangements. Another dance for members of the counril and their friends will lie held at the hall in the near future. Charles A. Lundgreii of East street re turned this morning from Burlington, where he represented the local Foresters of America at the annual state conven tion. Mr. Lundgren, himself a past grand lodce officer, was elected u delegate to the national council of American Fores ters. Among the other people from this locality who returned to-day from the convention were: J. J.' Sullivan, T. R. Brew, Robert Donald and .lames Ijtwgniw who represented courts Rob Hoy and Phil Sheridan of Graniteville and Fast Barre. Returns received at the Barre office of the 1). A. Perry Real Kstate agency to day tell of the sale of the Hackett farm, so "called, In Barnard, a piece of property containing 150 acres. V. W. Perkins, the Bethel representative of the local agency, consummated the deal. The property, owned by C. W, Maham, has been purchased by Oeorge Kdwards, a Randolph man, the transaction involving onlv the real estate. Tbe price named in the deed was $2.V. Mr. Kdward is moving hia household goo. Is from Ran dolph to his new purrhase. which is lo cated on the road leading from Barnard to Woodstock. Mr. Matnam's plans are not announced. A Framlngham, as., newspaper eon tains the following account of a dance that will be of interest to a number of Barre people, inasmuch as Miss Norma Mainini is a former resident of this city, leaving here for Framitigham only a short time ago: "The Middlesex club held its annual dance at the Casino last night, over 110 eouples enjoying the dancing while a large number crowded the bal cony to witness the prise glide dances. The priie dance took place at 10. o'cloik and it was necessary to bsve two trials of the thre leading couples competing. so smoothly and cleverly were tlie steps executed- The judge, finally awarded the prir of $10 in gold to Mis Norma Mainini and Charles .MarteU. Mr. and Mrs. Kred Beckman of 'New York arrived in the city yesterday from Atlantic City. X. J- and are passing a month in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Miers on Keith avenue. Mr. IV.krr.sn will he employed in tlie down town fhber ohon of Mr. Miera until .Itine 15, when be will accompany Mrs. Hxckmaai tn the White mountains in New Hampshire for aotoiim of srveral month, at the Mount llrsaant lme. Mr. and Mm. Bekmaa Have been r ing the inter and early coring in St. Augustine. Ha, Tbe former state, that the tourist Wine., at Florida wintiT reports was the rrrst ! aeveral year, a ronditio wbiih liff Mel nwnrrs aa criti t tbe war in Ktimpe and a rHnilt ing money pthngemy in the t inted Stat I TALK OF THE TOWN North Shore wash dresses at Kilts'. Nee the lace waist fur l.( at the Vaughiiu Store. Fresh strawberries daily at tho Ver mont Fruit Store. At the auction sale yesterday for W. (1. Cohiiru in Bradford, a largo crowd was in attendance. ' Cows averaged il.i(l.3; team of horses sold for $;H0. A arize lot of farm (mils and inachinert and household furniture brought good, fair pricea. C. F. Smith, auctioneer. Do not m iks seeing the cantata, Uueen of the May," at tho Presbyterian church Friday, May 21, at 7:.10 o'clock, under the auspices of the ladies' auxiliary. Much time and work has been put in by the children and instructors to make tins three-act playlet a success. A cor dial welcome is extended to all. Adult tickets, l.c;childrcn, 10c. YOUR BILIOUSNESS and constipation, headache, drowsl netts, routed, tongue,, bad breath, bad taata In tha mouth, nulckly disappear If you tnko Mood's Pills, Many ay those pills act belter on the liver and bowela than anything; else. Do not gripe. 25n of druggist or by mail of C. I Hood Co., Lowell, .Muss. REAFFIRM THEIR OPPOSITION. Restate Their Demands and Proclaim Their Strong Will. ICditor, Times: Tha Italian. Swiss, Spaniard and Austrian stonecutters as sembled at a mass meeting May 20, 1015. ' Seeing with pleasure and proudness the omiilete unanimous a Intension from work by all tlie Latin comrades, reallirm the continuation of a vigorous struggle TALK OF THE TOWN Special prices on odd curtains Saturday at Fitts', Four reels of feature pictures at the Bijou to-day. Adv. 1 hero will be a meeting of the Barrtt Rangers' football club in the Pavilion on Berlin street Saturday. May 22, at ti:30. Special for the iNcw Knglund Fruit Co. for Saturday Reception creams in as sorted flavors, I,k! per Hi. See window display. F'resh strawberry and vanilla ice cream and orange ice. Kdward Blondin, who with Mrs. Blon din arrived in the city yesterday from Ufbanon, X. H., after their wedding Tuesday evening, has secured employ ment as a moving picture operator at the recently opened Star theatre on North Ma iii street. Mrs. Fiske, wife of the late Rev. Per- rin B. F"iske, who had been visiting at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Nye of Prospect street during the Coiigiegation- to obtain integrally the demands con-!l convention, went to Plaintield this tained in the proposition presented by tho branch to the manufacturers; re mem bering the opposition made by them to the manufacturers' propositions, want to bring to light that the actual resist unce is the logical consequence of the stand taken at the beginning; declare to-day at the meeting, their demands which, leaving aside certain technical points of a minor entity, as the use ot the saws, etc., are condensed in the fol lowing leading demands: 1st agreement of only three years' term 2d working day reduced to 7'3 hours from the first day of the third year. Considering that these two specific de mands, which involve their utmost im portant interest, has not been adequate ly taken care of by the union, which in stead has trampled on the expressed de sires and wills of the majority; protest another time against the union and espe cially against President Duncan, who wants all workingmen should obey liim blindly, without considering their own will, proclaim that their free conscience rebels against such czarish authoritarian methods. Reserve themselves, when victory w ill be reached, to sever connection from the; union if the union will insist in not tak ing into consideration their strong will, which is the will of the majority who has always compled in duty toward it. And on this wand they continue calm ly their struggle with full confidence of victory. Italians, Swiss, Spanish and Austriana. noon, where she will visit for a few days before returning to her home in Fairlee. A special meeting of the city council will be held at city hall this evening lor the purpose of considering the ac tion of the pa.k commission in extend ing the curbing on .the west side of Currier park. Work on the project was already under way when members of the aldermanic street committee or dered the laborers to lay down their spades late yesterday afternoon. It is understood that a well known Park street resident has threatened the city with injunction proceedings if the curb ing is changed as he claims that the alteration contemplated will have the effect of narrowing Park street at a point where the highway forms an out let for a number of streets in the second ward. The park commission will join the meeting to-night after the council has been in session for a halt-hour. I Fancy Pearl But tons, 10c a Card We are showing a large as sortment of Colored and White Pearl Buttons at 10c a card; 12, 9, 6 and 4 on a card, ac cording to size. Shank, fish eye, fancy rim cut, in all sizes have Brown, Belgium Blue, Baby Blue, Sand, Lilac, Pink and Maize in colors ; one dozen on card. Compare these with ones you pay 15c and 18c a card for. See rack in window. Henry W, Knight, Succeitor to Veale & Knight TALK OF THE TOWN Silk finish poplin 40c a yard at Fitts'. Wayne Knit hose 25c to $1.08 a pair at Fitts'. The, Italian A. C.'s baseball, team leaves the city to-morrow morning for Center Rutland, where Saturday aft ernoon and Sunday games are scheduled with the local team. WAITSFIELD. The funeral of Mrs. Stephen W. Re- mele will be held at the Congregational parsonage Saturday at 2 p. m. . WEBSTER VILLE. Social dance in Webstcrville hall Sat urday evening, May 22. Admission, 25c, ladies free. TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED KOR SALE-Forty 4-wMki-old pirn for ale: oxtrm fine: will deliver lota of S or more In Barr. City. John Gray, rininfield. VI.; Dan Ouyette farm. bU FOR SALE One of bent farm wacrons in Washineton county; extension body, brakes. everything rotnplele, W. J. Clapp, 135 Wah- intrton street. ,58tf Week - End Specials Round Steak (western), lb.. 20c Rump and Sirloin Steak, lb.. 25c Ham, lb 15c Ham Shoulders, lb 11c Compound Lard, lb 10c MONSER DEEP 12 SEMINARY STREET BARRE OPERA HOUSE tOX EATON. JOHN E. JiOBAN. Raideat Myr, ALL THIS WEEK Special Feature Pictures FRIDAY NIGHT LOST IX DARKNESS Famous Itala Feature, in 5 Acts, with the same start that appeared in Cabiria HER HROTIIER'S PARI) Ammes Feature of Western Life in 3 Acts SATURDAY, MATINEE AND NIGHT THE CONVICTS SON Great Northern Feature in 3 Acts THE DEATH KNELL European Feature Film in 4 Arts IJY WHOSE HAND Em by Special in j Acts BATt lWAT SUTIMB AT l:N O'CLOCK EVERT KK.HT AT t:S ADMIKKIO HH.MtE Se. API LT IS Saturday $pedals at DROWN'S Chocolate Peppermint Patties, per lb 30c Old-Fashioned Chocolates, per lb 20c Cream Peppermints, per lb. 20c Cream Checkermints, per lb. 20c Hard Candies in bottles 15c At the Soda Fountain Special for Saturday FROZEN PUDDING Fresh Strawberries on our Velvet Ice Cream Our list of delicious beverages is bigger and better than ever Phone us your orders for immediate free delivery anywhere in the city DROWN'S DRUG STORE 48 North Main Street . 4 PAVILION THEATRE PHOTOPLAYS IN HER MOTHER'S FOOTSTEPS A dandy 2-reet Lubia TWO STRAY SOULS-Bio(raph drama PUT ME OFF AT VAYVILLE-A Kalem Koraedy MR. DALY'S WEDDING DAY An Edison drsma A BOOB FOR LUCK-Kalem Komedy 6-Big Reels 6 ADULTS, 10c Small Children, 59c Per Dozen Notice T TJsets of City Water. 11 , rt stT m all lit ff Siin.laT from 9 am. to i p. m Ut t!w fun"" -Iroamf mrt thf mama. I rank U. Is, mtut nnt'-4i!t. A ir'r . C.ttrm Mwrtan rmnil. v. r-w. k A .11 hr tl I G Fri4T rrtung. Vir St. fv'tt Jii'iVlm ia K. of V. ft VtV !'!. Vn! T9 mrr vr4 to tf4. mi A apis! 4c f Oa ift-m. . !.(!! W M -ndar. Vst 23. ot T il l m. M. i't It fwr i!' hrii at IV TMrt Ii4 ill f V 1wfK. mt-mt r f m tr'a- ." r" . wa-, -tff; AVascd liaa-l. tt'j. ,jt lr. f 2".. I'. Star Theatre 4j Ne. Msin Street, Zaaleeni Block Ermipj, 7 te 10 Mstisee, s te A Lucky Glow-Out A r.'"f K in t Self Hypnotized Jt f. l rnmt -l ! t'tft j rr l r4 il'jrn. THIS IS THE MONTH TO BUY COAL AT THE LOWEST PRICES The Best Coal Prompt Delivery Good Service at The D. M. Miles Coal Co., Tel. 13: and 417-M 122 North Main SI. J WHEN YOU PAINT BUY B. P. . It covcri mere 2nd mcar longer. Made for ever) purpose. 0I'r ct rdi free. C W. AVER ILL & COMPANY ASiiiission 5c n. vx-, . l ' Mi.