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alii JUKKA' DAilA" ' fiAWUC 'VKmoXPA Y. JANUARY 12, ; 11)20.
Homer Fitts Go. Incorporated "77ie Store Where Quality Counts" . ' Thrifty Women the Nation Over Are Buying Cotton Waists Becausethey are economical. Because they are practical. Wirthmor and ' Wclworth j Blouses at 1.50 and 2.$0 Represent the very max imum in Cotton Waist values The All Sea sons Waist. . It is a source of deep satisfaction to this store to be able to still sell Blouses of the high character and complete desirability at these very moderate prices. Right as to Style, Right as to Quality, Right as to Workmanship, and Right as to Fit, they would well . warrant considerably higher prices. ' y And so in buying WIRTHMOR and WELWORTH Waists,, you have the assurance of knowing that you are getting the utmost of Cotton Blouse value for the price you pay. . ' . ' , WIRTHMOR and WELWORTH Waists can be sold in just one good store in every city. Sold Here Only 4 BJfflL mm 'The Woman's Ready-to-Wear Shop , , "Style, Beauty and Saving AH in Om Just received, some very smart, new models increases developed in Serge of excellent quality. These are Dresses of thesmartly practical type now in such demand At prices most moderate. ' See our special line of Maternity Dresses, modeled in Silk Poplin. ' V s The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. See Keith Avenue Window ' hi tihwd I1 r- MATINEE 2:IS EVENING S:45 and :3 TELEPHONE 410 TO-DAY Wallace Reid in a Paramount Drama " THE VALLEY OF THE GIANTS " M 3 From the famous book by- Capt. Peter B. J TCvno Alun nn Tntprnattnnnl Npws and n if 1 4 Screen Magazine. s 1 : : : f- 3 TtESDAT I MARGUERITE CLARK IN A PARAMOUNT COMEDY I " LUCK IN PAWN " ? MiM Clark'i llt n-Jraac that yra can't itim Mimi. ALo BJ L Mutual Travel, and "FATAL KPRTUNii." E'.jJ : M ,- WEWNIiSUAT CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG IN A SELECT DRAMA .'THE BETTER' WIFE " From "Th l.ov Quest." by Ixnor Coffie. Abo a Tictorial Lifr end " FOUR Or A KINO." and a Mutt Jeff Cailuon. i lillllMHM i- i r ' Do You Want to Save a Few Dollars on Your Suit or Overcoat? We have some Suits and Overcoats from last season. The qualities are oL the best, and the prices -are from 25 to 50 per cent less than actually worth to-day. While they last, you can save dollars. BARRE DAILY TIMES j MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1920. I ' 1 The Weather. 1 Fair and colder to-night i Tuesday fair except tiiow and warmer in Ver mont; moderato west winds becoming variable. ' v TALK OF THE TOWN' TALK OF -THE. TOWN Is'ew and used sleighs for sale at Cut ler Bros.' livery. 'Phone HiO. Special bargains in embroidery. Lit tle Dry Goods Store, Cottage ytrect, off Main. . . Mr. and Mrs. C. .T. Allen and daugh ter, Hilda, spent Sundaywith relatives in Xorthfield. . -Frank Cayia of 88 South Main street has been confined to his home by illness for the past week. s A seven and one-half pound Bon was born lant evening to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Burke of North Main street, -r See the two big wrestling matehes m Clan hall Wednesday night. Four-foot platform in middle of hall so all can see. adv. ' , When in town, eall at Cafe Shepard, tlie only pluee to dine in town. Din ners, .')6e. Keith avenue. Mrs. F. H. Hopkins. .) lJon't forget leap year dance, South Barre, Jan. 13; Uilbertson's orchestra. Cutler's barge leaves waiting room at 7:'!0; J50e a couple. adv. ' , . Maurice White, son of Mr. and Mr-! D. I. White of Newton street, left on the early morning train for Albany, X. V., to enter Albany Business college. Miss Stella Cook, who 1ms been em ployed at the M. & f, restaurant (or the past few months, has finished her duties there, nnd Miss Gertrude Rock of Farwell street is working in her place. . .Social dance Tuesday evening. Jan. 20, Rowland hall, given by the lad'cs ' Trucking Done Anyone wanting light or heavy trucking done, call the Granite City Bottling Works. adv. J. Kelly of Burlington has, returned to his home after a week's stay with Mr.-and Mrs. J. B.; Kelly of Liberty street. ' . . Miss Rose Levin of 4(5. Merchant! street left this morning for Albany, N. Y., to pass, two week with acquaint ances there. . ' . ' lv. .. i'o uofc fan to sen ine season 8 jiucNt i .i:.,..tn.. : ' ...1. utrjMuay ui ti i.u puuitiY wim'ii me tu be awarded as prizes at the leftdow Brook Golf club carnival.-- adv. Mrs. Y. L. Flint of Averill street is ' snendiner a few rluva carhir fnr Mr. t 0 . .. "'n - j Flint's mother, Mrs. George Flint of! Washington, who has been ill for the j past few days. , J. K. Ward of Boston, manager of the Barre Candy Kitchen, whose chief interests are centered in the yuimby Candy company of Boston, was in the city over the week end on a tthort busi- j ness trip. , - . 1 trij! .Miss Ktta Gonyo of the Barre Cndy Kitchen, who, together with. Miss Jiva Marin and Mrs. II. Marin of Maple n-ve-jiue attended the Poirier-Gooley wed ding in Newtonville; Mass., last 'week, returned to their home last evening after a short visit with friends in New Haven, Conn. H. W. Harrison of the New York of fice of the Harrison Granite company, who has been here for the past few days on business, chief of which was concerned with the resignation of W. A. Murray as superintendent of the Barre manufacturing plant, returned to New York Saturday night. - Mr. and Mrs. Leon Poirier, who were married in Newtonville, Mass., last j Wedne dny. arrived here Saturday niH-fnr i1 ftvv davs'-visit W'ith Mrs.! Poirier friends. Their wedding trip , : 1...J...1 .. . . . i ri .: -: ....... ... . , . t'Il ,1 H , .,11. I Ull in iiiiiiii: union oi i.'if l uiversaiist ciiiircii. .. . , , , . : roll's orchestra, .w !,, Dsnc na 8 11 I''" m;.tf,n- "il before returning tO; to fi ; If 1 per. couple, extra ladies 35c. You are invited. nctv. Ncwtmville they will call on relative; in finerurooKe. I'. M- Air roirier is ttie 1 laitn-Mpr (if r an, Mr. Ivrj Tlmi i I On and after to-day the l;Jist Barre , lpv who formeriy re,ided on Beckley ! fiKln I nfi ll att f hrt W V llivl.r uta. 1 . A. hill. stable, known as the W. E. Bixby sta ble, will be undi r the management of F. H. Hojikins. All kinds of livery rigs to go anywhere, as well as conveyances for sleighing parties. Bring me your colts to break now. All kinds of team ing and freight hauling from Barre. I also run the old Page livery at Barre. 'Phone 148. adv. Word Was received here yesterday concerning the death of Michael Mc Donald, a one-time resident of 1!) South Main street ' of this city. Bv manv throiifihout Vermont he will be remem Otr to attend the annual meeting of! the National Shoe Retailers' aocia-1 tion in Boston, went yesterday several i Barre shoe dealers, among whom j were Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Rog- j gers, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. dough,' Mr.- and Mrs. Arthur C, Tilden, ' Mr, and Mr. George X. Tilden. In ' order to accommodate all the Vermont ' association members, many of whom j j bail from Burlington, St. Albans. Hut- land, St. Johnsbiiry, Barre and Mont HII UttVIIMlll- tVIlltUMl. 1H7 Will W IVIIIl'lli- ,. , , , L 1 bered as the state representative of the, P'1,t".r'. " ,.wel) . other. 1?r8r rm("t i Vniinnai i t f t nu ,i .... h u..r,i J inunicinajit IPs. special car awaited, ing to the message, i attributed ta ti,e sh"e men at Burlington. No less ; appendicitis, for which he was operate! .--than 4.000 dealers from all parts of the ; upon duriii!? the past week. country are expected to gather at Me- i resrular meeting of Court Barre, ., ., ir., .,. i pal speaker of the "meeting, will ad- j dress the shoe men Tuesday morning. A copy of the Democrat Statesman i of the date of Aux. 25, JS30. published No. 3,317. I. O. V., was held in the Woi then hull Friday, Jan. 0. After the business melting the fJHowing otlicers to serve for the coming yeer were in stalled bv Suorcme IVnutv F. Casel- . - 1 . ' ' . : . ... , , , i. , , . liiu: .duel raiigcc. John Lyon; viceiai v innsor, nas oeen orougni io ine s chief ranger, Kate Gregiore; recording ! Times oflice by L. H. Davis of Wash-j secretary, A. Forest; treasurer, Grover , inglon. who treasures the newspaper; lliili; financial (-ecretarv, F. Larochelle; j highly because of Its antiquity and its good state of preservation I he IJemo-j crat Statesman was right in the mid-t i of n important political campaign on ! August 183(5, as was indicated bv j I orator, Jenny; Wilkin. Aftcthe otli ceis were insialicu, relresiimenis were served and dancing followed. The readers of the Spaulding Sen tint.!.. h11 of vlwi?n u-ill nn rimilit r- member the clever creations of Stuart i William F. Bradley for governor and ; (arson in cartoon work which often ! -Jnn S. Pettiboiie for lieutenant-gover-1 appeared in the school paper, will be j nor. An interesting item of news local- the large type proclaiming its support': pleased to know that his works are iif.w contributed to The Argus, the school magazine of Gardner high school, Gardner, Mass. Besides- covering a age with cartoons, he also ontributed a short story of the great northwest which will possibly appear in the next 'ne of The Sentinel for the benefit of his friend". That aggregation of local basket throwers, who made a name for them selves during the war, called tlie Rust lers, and under the management of ly was the announcement of a "death in ; steam box again." this time at Sara a : . x- .. i I , 1 1 : .., ,la .1 ; i A;m;ia fk 1 in Barre and Mimtpelier. The paer is! well worth mpre than a casual not ire. SOUTH BARRE Grange Installation Ceremonies Largely j Attended. - I 1 . , .. 1 . ... i ! .. t t. O .... 1. I ( .A me regular nieewng im rie uun , Amos King, is rustling around for a I Bdrre grange,' held at grange 1ml) on! 1. .. .1 I . 1 It .1 I . . . t 1 . . . f . . . . t . 1. 1 II ' sciiruiiie of oaxKeuian games huh nils , i iiursaay evening, .mil. n, ine iirm whs already secured several games in and j filled to capacity by members and out of town and is still holding out its j friends to witness the open instalia challenge to local and outside teams j tion of oftVers. Brother M. J. Corlis. that want to meet a fat team' before j district deputy, and Sister Corliss of the seaxon is ended. The captain of the team, J'erlev llaskett, is a former (iort dard ninn, having been manager of the Berlin, assisted by Brother Will Nye, i were "engaged to install the following ' officers for the coming year: Master ! rlw plain, George K. Allen; red and white quinUt in l(i. Harold i i.r Hue: assistant steward. John! .inlinsnn, formerly of the uld D. t. Y. team and star guard at Monipclicr seminary, will play with the newly or ganized five, .luxtin Mclliirdy. former ly , :,.- nnisMim mm mi i mki i',,,,,,,,. Mrs. .lames' Hill; Mora, Mr ' forward, has also, been scured for the,R,i,ort Wat. son; lady assiiiant stew- i same team. James (Jlass, formilv of.r.i ir iui Ttmur. nlmii.i Mi "era ()eii. ) Watson ; treasurer, Charles Persons; secretary, M Li-no W. U(ibiiisin: gatekeeper, Kr- j I nest Allen: Cere. .Mrs. u HI Dudley; Give us a looL the 1'iij.tlers, will also appear on the court fur tjie P'JO Knstleis. William Sheldon of the Barre & Montpelier Traction & Power company was hurt quite badly last evening when routing lrom Mont iiclicr on the :'ill run out of Montprlier. At the crossing near the I'ioncer plant in Montpclier, Sheldon got off to run the crossing, came back into the car as usual, rang the signal to go ahcsul, then came in side the car and in a few seconds re turned to the -rear vestibule. What followed is only meagrely reported by i the little girl of George Cuernscy.pvho j f was tne urst io lei ine moinrniaii Know i that his conductor was not riding when ! they bad driven several rd beyond the Pioneer plant. It is thought tliat Shel- j don leaned out of the vestibule and t struck hi head against a post or was I thrown out by the swerving ff the car. 1 The man's head was found to be bleed-1 ing badly and they took him to the car! barns, where mcdiciij assistance was I called for. Dr. Hunt, of Montpclier ar-j rived in a short while atid the man's wounds were dressed and then the doe- ! tor took the man to his borne on -Ridge street ' in Montpclier. Mr. Sheldon seemed to be in poor shape this morning and was unable to go to work. i v. After lift mi.f.t iiiip refirliitr fi4tpi'i r'.... I' II ....... 1 .. .... ... ,...., ,1 .... .. Ml UU 4. ll"Hftm in" 1 1 1 , .111-H n j'rt I ;l master's jewel by Brother M. J. Cor-i, liss. a token of appreciation for the; good work Brother Howard has accom- I pli-hed for the South Barre grange the past two years. The customary ban ouct and social hour were enjoyed by! all. j I he next regular meeting will he held Ijij .Ian. -i. All members are requested j Ijfl to be present. John H. Thompson Efficiency Engineer AUDITING SYSTEMS DE VISED AND INSTALLED INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED References from Barre Manufacturers and Business Men upon request. Address, Hotel Barre. - sThe: Frank McWhorter Co. iT- H - - " 7 Ts m TheStewart Hand Power Horse Clipper will soon pay for itself. Come in and see them: . We carry the ex tra blades for both old and new styles. Bring the number on your old blades when ordering new. - 9 WW- , n ii i --Tr rin i fl i(ti , , si; 1 UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY UNION DRY GOODS, COMPANY UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY fiVW.M SALE UA11 Sales Records Broken " on First Da y In this era of constantly risirig prices, this great January sale is a revelation to the thrifty woman, who is endeavoring to keep ' down the high cost of living. , Sale Ends Saturday Night, January 17 You Surely Owe It to Your Expense Account to Attend - . , this Sale Savings, Yes Big Savings AH Over the Store Cottons, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Blankets, Comforters, Table Damask, Towels, Percales, Ginghams and Outing Flannels at Lower Prices Than Youll Pay Again for Many a Month. Wonderful Values in Hosiery, Muslin Underwear and .""w Jersey Underwear Mark Downs in Our Garment Department Women and Misses' , WaMs smuffl Mrfs at Quick Clearance Prices i Women's and iMisses '.-'?j',lrCoats- values up to $25.00, -at ....... .$14.75 $30.00 COATS, marked to ... . .$19.50 $33.00 COTS, cut to ........ .$24.75 $45.00, $5.00 AND $60.00 COATS, All at One-Third Of I r i ft I wm mA: ' fill f V BUY NOW ANY OF OUR WINTER SUITS ", ave one-fourth, one-third or one-half Buy for spring or next fall. It will mean a big sav . ing to you. k o . - .fin. L- "FUKS-, FUR SETS, SCARFS OR MUFFS, ALL AT V discount Children's Coats $5.00 COATS, all marked to $3.98 $6.00 COATS, now .$1.69 $7.50 COATS, now $5.98 $8.75 COATS, now ,$6.98 $10.00 COATS, now - .$7.98 $12.75 COATS, now $9,75( Petticoats SILK AND COTTON PETTICOATS; Changeable Taffeta, Fancy Silks, Heatherbloom and Sateens ALL AT 20 PER jCENT OFF Children's Wool Dresses $10.00 BLUE SERGE MIDDY DRESSES, Sale Price $7.98 $7.98 SERGE DRESSES, now $6.49 $6.50 SERGE DRESSES, now . : $4.98 $5.00 DRESSES, cut to $3.98 SPECIAL LOT TO CLOSE AT $2.98 WasteSilk Put up in boxes, sells, at '25c per box. Sale Price, 10c per Box j Serge Dresses, Silk Dresses or Velvet Dresses All at 20 discount Dress Skirts ALL 15.00 FANCY PLAID SKIRTS now. . . .$10.75 $12.50 SERGE SKIRTS cut to . . . . ... .... .$9.75 $10.00 SERGE AND POPLIN SKIRTS now., $7.98 $8.75 SKIRTS, marked now . . J $6.98 SPECIAL LOT OF SKIRTS AT . . , . . . ... ... .$5.00 A FEW SILK POPLIN SKIRTS to close at. .,$3.98 Bath Robes Beautiful patterns and colorings, made of fine Bea con Blankets, $5.00 up, ,20 PER CENT DISCOUNT Big Values in Waists COTTON VOILE, SILKS, CREPE DE CHINE AND GEORGETTE WAISTS, ALL AT JANUARY SALE PRICES WHITE VOILE WAISTS, val, to $2, marked $1.19 FLANNEL WAISTS in Colors and Stripes, now marked to $1.69 TUB SILK WAISTS in Stripes, could not be bought to-day to sell for less than 5.00, SALE PRICE $2.98 SPECIAL LOT OF GEORGETTE WAISTS, White and Flesh, at $3.98 ALL $5.98 WAISTS, marked at $4.75 ALL $6.98 WAISTS now at .$5.50 Sweaters LADIES', MISSES AND CHILDREN'S, 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT NECKWEAR ALL AT 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT Fiannelclte Night Robes ALL $2.00 ROBES MARKED ., NOW $1.79 ALL $2.50 ROBES MARKED ; . NOW $1.98 . i -" .i i - ..... 1r. i b - i. i im -i ,, i .i imi . .. .. i i. THE UNION DRY- GOODS COMPANY- m