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1 Homer Fitts Co. Incorporated . "The Store Where Quality Counts' 1 teres Brassiere? Your Easter Corset Will Give New Lines to the Easter Suit NoVs the itme to choose your Corset. We're ready to fit you with the Springtime Corset that is best adapted to your figure. . Gossard Kg Corsets Warne'r's iw Cbrsets Corsets P. N. Practical Front Corsets Redfern KS For slender women, there are many styles of topless, lightly boned Corsets, some with elastic all around the top, others with elastic inserts. They are of Coutil and Broche. . , v , For larger women there are Corsets of firmer mate rials, more heavily boned low, medium or high, to meet the needs of various figures. Our fitters are painstaking and "thoroughly experi enced. A Brassiere Supplement Jour Corset With a Well Fitting Brassiere It will make your clothes look more modish by reliev ing the severity of the lines of the Corset. We have a very representative collection to choose from. In cluded ' are Plain Bandeaux and elaborate Lace Trimmed styles. In Pink or White. BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920. III! Ill The Weather Rain probably late to-night and Fri day; wawncrj strong south winds. TALK OF TJIE TOWN Steamed clams at Baltimore Lunch. Maccabees' bazaar, April 13, Carroll's f thoy lived in orchestra. adv. ! aeo thev came to Mr.nttH.lipr Mr "rml. MONTPELIER Mrs. Sarah P. Dudley Aged 89, Died Wednesday Afternoon. ; Mrs. Sarah P. Dudley died Wednes- day afternoon at the home of -Mrs. C.'i C. Roberts in Montpelier, whore she1 had lived in recent years. The de-' ceased was'a native of Tunbridge, born j May 30, lH.'tO. She was married to , William N. Dudley and for soihe years i Middlesex, but 34 years , Service UNION DRY GOODS CO. Satisfaction You will do better at the Union Dry Goods Store. adv. Hear "Dardanella"' fox-trot, Colum bia reeord, t Russell's. Dance in Howland hall Saturday night; Landi's orchestra. adv. J. C. Dodge, house painter and paper hanger, lQQ South Main St. Tel. 30U-W. adv. The Little Dry Goods Store, Cottage street, will be closed the coming Sat urday night only. adv. fid ward Ward of Boston, owner of the Barre Candy Kitchen, is in the city for a few days' stay TheY. Y. (i. will meet to-night at 7 o'clork sharp at the home of Miss Eliz abeth Gray, Pleasant street. Yotlannot make a mistake in stylo if you select your Easter garment at trie Union Dry Uoorts Store. adv. ley died 21 years airo and since that. time Mrs. Dudley had lived with her daughter, who, with a "brother, Carl H, ! Dudley of this city, survives the de- j ceased. She also leaves one grand daughter, Mrs. W.- 0. Comstock, and six creat-irrandchildren. Ruth and Rnhv i Dudley; Sylvia, KIwin, Ella and Ruth i uomxtocK. the luneral will occur from; tier late nome at 2 o clock rriday after noon. " ' HI 111 HI (rbv TALK OF THE TOWN ' Tickets forhe Eastern Star annual ball can be held at Tilden's shoe store. adv. . Earl Burgess, a student of the ex pert accountancy department of Bos ton university, arrived in the city last evening, to pass the holidays at bis homo on Washington street. CITIZENSHIP COURT Has Closed Its Session at Montpelier and Gone to St. Johnsbury. r The scusion of I'nited States court which has been in progress this week t. Montpelier has been adjourned and the court has gone to St. Joluisbury. Those granted first papers yesterday vers Docithe . Berard, Websterville; George Moir, Graniteville; Charles Goulette, Websterville; Mage J. (ioiil ette, . WebstervilTT": John (i. Smith, Barre; F. K. Williams, Graniteville; Rudolph Andcron, Barre; L. Carlson, Barre; Adolph .Johnson, Barre; Charles Amor. Welmterville; A. H. Coopor, Barre, and Lawrence I.izzoni of Barre. . The following made petition for final papers: A. A. Lamnrey. Murdo Morrison. Barre; P. .T. Kournier, Orange; F. Campagnari, Thomas Des jardins, R. Genet. .1. B. Beauticn, lieorge Rennie, John Ihisey, L. H. Smith, Alexander McP. Morrin. Barre; Edward t'harboneau. Albert Carboneau, Graniteville; Charles Eorier, Joseph Kortier, E. Lamothc, .1. M. Vrasso, Koielio Cabapni, Giovanni Abbiatti, J B. Robinson, l'arcetti Acide, Barre. TALK OF THE TOWN GRAMTEV1LLE Grand Easter hall in gymnasium hall Monday, April n. under the aus pices of Myotic circle. Xn. !, V. of A. Muic will be furnished by (iilbert on'a orcheatra of four pie-es. Danc in? from 8 till 2. Refrehments served. Admission, $1 per couple. adv. Hear "Dardanella" fox-trot, Colum bia record, at Russell's. Fried cloms and French fried pota toes at Baltimore Lunch this week. Tickets for the Eastern Star annual ball can be held at Tilden's oboe store. adv. Guy Oltolini of With Holbom slreet, who is studying at Boston university, i home for a few days' vacation. The senior campfire girls of the Pres byterian church will meet to-night at the linie of Mis Davina Stephens, 184 Mouth Main street. Lyle Perry of Minneapolis. Minn., having received word of the illness of his mother, has returned to his home on Washington street for a visit. , A $3 sold piece will be given as a prize for the best costume or fancy dress and a !?2."U gold piece for the worst outfit at the Eastern Star an mini ball, Ilowland hall, Thursday evening. March 8. adv. . According to the laws of the Roman Catholic church, no mass was celebrat ed in St. Monica's parish to day. Rev Regular meeting of local 488. M. P. U., will be held at the band room Sun day, April 4, at 3 p. m. A. E. Milne, secretary. John Reynolds of Fitchburg, Mass., wiiO has been suiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Reynolds of Washington ' street, for a week, returned to-day. Uetore buying taster gifts elsewhere, see the dainty and charming ones at the Woman's Exchange 24 Elm street. You are sure to want some of them. adv. - ' Albert Scott of St. Albans, an audi tor for the Central Vermont railway, has been promoted to assistant pay master, according to word received by friends to-day. . ' Mr. nd Mrs. Leslie Richmond of Springfield arrived in -the, city last evening to spend the Easter holidays with -Mr. and Mr. Elector Blair of 1 Xewton street. Roland Bisson, the young lad who was struck by the Washington street electric car Tuesday evening while playing baseball near the track on North Main street and opposite Beck ley street, sustained a broken- ankle and dislocated a bone' by the aceident. He wasiresting comfortably at the City , nospua lo-uay. . - I An enjoyable eyenilig was spent at the home of Mrs. Alex. Muthicson of Plain street last night, when about 23 , of her friends surprised her before she goes for a visit to Aberdeen, Scotland, to spend a few months with friends. On behalf of the company, Mrs. George Robertson presented-Mrs. Mathieson a very nice traveling bag. The following 1 contributed to the enjoyment of the evening Mrs. Bella Cassidy, Mrs. An- ' nie Greig, Mrs. Ida Gellatly, Mrs. Rob ertson and Mrs. Emily Young. Re freshments of punch and wafers were served by Mr. Robertson, Mrs. Dun can, and Miss C. IXiwers. Mrs. Mary ! Angus won first pruie and Mrs. Emily . Young second In the donkey contest. I In the armory hall in Montpelier to: night Joe Shinikus meets for the sec- , ond time Pinky Gardner in a finish match, the best two out of three falls ' winning, and the promoter, Dave Spic- ! er, assures everyone that it will be tin Tiished. When Pinky and 'Buffalo Joe" met there some few weeks ago they wrestled to a draw in-two bours, Shim kus securing one fall Jn 4!) minutes, and Gardner the second in 59 minutes; then they clinched again for the third fall', but were, stopped when the two hour limit 'was reached. This match was without exception the best seen 1 in Barre or Montpelier this season, and If. these men do pot. furnish as much excitement as "before there will be piany disappointed, as" a very large numbar from Barre are planning to attend the match. It is known that Shimkus has put in two weeks' hard training with wrestlers 'in Stj. Al bans and is now in the best of condi tion to meet the lightning opponent. Special oars from Montpelier will be available after the match Easter ball, Howlnnd hall, Barre, Slonuay night, April 5. Concert 8 to fl, i dancing 7 to 1. Landi's jorchastra. ad. ! The infant daughter, born to Mr. j and Mrs. Erwin Laplne yesterday, died 1 this morning. , i I F. H. Tracy, as sheriff has deeded I to II. L. h. Smith a house on Brown ; T avenue. Eva Warren ha ileeiled in J TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE -Co.1 htr IVrfwtion J-bunT-r kerMne stov. iron heri mmnj. ihJ. .rrrT, n'1 ven'1 fir article ;' John ncynoias, j uimp stnMS; rail aften4 WANTED TO" KBNT vviimy WMHinrtnn strfet; 1 adulta ; d drcM. statin rent, "J. C." Timea office. - I litS WANTED By coup la, firtwl "tenement or evtta of I or S rooms, by May 1 or It: OPlr by litter to "B.," car Time oflic-. . 1W Edward Baker and Ellen A. Warren a house on Summer street. ' II. T. Johnson, adjutant-general, was in Rutland 'yesterday In " connection with the dutesof his oflice. , The representative of the dry sprink ling system which is to be installed in the State House under the acts of 1019 has arrived and is measuring up the State House to get the data for con struction of the piping. This morning he , was demonstrating to those in charge of the state property how the pressure was to be handled. . E. H. Kidder and F. C. Mayo of the Boston & 'Maine railroad were in the city and Barre last evening to meet some of the employes of the company. G. W. Groom of the Central Vermont railway was in the city to meet men from his company. Ernest Dillon left last evening for Akron, O., where he will be employed by the Goodyear Tire company. Carlo Armstrong, who will box Jack Savage here next week, will arrive in Barre this evening. He will stop in that city for a week and will train there. A collision between the automobile of G. P. Barber and a trolley car oc curred Wednesday. The automobile was in a rut and the driver of the trol ley car did not stop in order to givt Mr. Barber a chance to get out of the track, resulting in the accidents Th Worcester Co-operative Cream ery company has filed with the secre tary of state a j-rtifleate that the company proposes to issue $.",000 stock and that it has paid up $1,500 of that amount. -.' The registration of automobiles is increasing at the secretary of state's oftlee, $4,(MiS.25 having been collected m fees yesterday, while the total amount collected this year now amounts to $lltf,32!U0. " - - . , Alfredo Comi, who lias been em ployed in the secretary of state's of fice, has completed his service and will go to Jones Brothers' in Boston, where" he has fmployment as a draftsman. He did soma .very clever lettering while i.t the secretary's oflice. - . ' Mrs. E. R. Welch of Johnson nd Mrs. J. L. Davis of Manchester are spending the week with their husbands, w ho are 'employed in the state engi neer's oflice. Miss Olive Bennett of the fish and game oflice left this afternoon for a visit with her brother in Boston. Gov. P. W. Clement announced this morning that, purauant to the general laws governing the selection ot license commissioners in the several counties in the state, the reappointments have taken place, the announcements paving been mailed to, the appointees this week. . Linus Leavens, fish and game com missioner, who attended the annual meeting of the Caledonia Field and Stream club, is much .impressed withj the reorganization- of the club, whiclr! did little work during the war,but which is now to enter into new activ ities. He returned yesterday from at tending the annual meeting of the club, at which he spoke. A ' gold piece will be given as a prize tir, the best costume or iancy There is always a good deal of sentiment about Easter Apt parel. . . '' ' ' One makes their selection with care and judgment. - The assortments here are not . only large, but the styles are au thentic and our values are notable. Easter Suits You can make no style mistake if you select your Easter Suit here. Every model is up to the minute, and our prices are much lower than you will find in most stores. As Low as - - - - i (and they -are All Woolf too) ... ALL-WOOL JERSEY SUITS AT ....... .$31.50 Wonderfully pretty models in Serges and Poplins at $35.00, and $39.50 Finest Tailored Sample Suits in Navy Tricotine, from .... . $45.00 to $75.00 New Easter Blouses A beautiful assortment of "styles in the bright spring shades of fine quailty Georgette at. . .$7.9S ALSO SHOWING THE NEW OVERiBLOUSES ; Voile Waists The new Tailored styles in White and Color com binations, priced .'. . . ... ....... .$1.98 to $5.00 New Taffeta Gowns ' r : $18:50 to $37.50 Sport Coats If it's a Coat, the latest types are here. Polo Cloths, Jerseys and Velours, at $25.00, $29.50 to $60.00 EASTER GLOVES We've just received a lot of Genuine Imported French Kids, al the new spring shades and priced at . " $3.75 Other Gloves from . .$1.95 up ACCORDION PLEATED SERGE SKIRTS with an inset of Plaid, $18.30 EASTER NECKWEAR with that spring-time fresh ness which adds so much to the appearance of a garment. EASTER SILK HOSE The reliable "ONYX Brand" in Black, White and Colors, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 'Wit dresa and a li.Vl eold piece for the Hoof.r rooii,..P't''t ",fit t,,e Eastern Star an nual nan. nowiana nan, jnuisuaj evening. March 8.--adv. PRINTERS WANTED i Fr. McKenna, who left thia morning for Experienced steadv mm. Hurlint'tin. expects to return in time u , I to preside at the holy hour servi.es at POSltOrS Wanted. Openshop.1 the church tonight, whickbegin at 8 'permanent job. irood oav' o clock. . , . . " . vL.. After six candidate, had been ini. 3Ild job WOrk. J)ld f fisted into Kuth chapter. So. an, o. k. I established house. Dcsira--''"rible position, no labor trou-1 pantomime entitled "Wanted a Wife,"Dle. b0 employes. The TuttlC company, Kuiiand, vt. ann a piano ouet,were given heiore a grrwip of 7. or more memliem of the lodge. NOTICE Snappiest Clothes In Town Tha nerular mnnthbr nvwtiftr "1 h Barra local M the N. E. if. P. A. trill tw held in evening. Per order Special communication of! : . t I v - r- - - --- n.nnm 1 1 . n.v Man n. . i - A. M., Friday. April 2. at oeoek. w ahould tik a rood attfitan- t p. m. Work, K. A., F. C. W"1 "wtlnr. aa matt.ua ot impnrtanra will degree, in th. afternoon and T , tTZlJ XZT. 31. M. depree at t In the thaji rontlnua thna monthir mvlnr or not There w ill be special, munic. I TfW NE. Prw. ' V M I J. A. CL'MMING. rWr. Easter Suits and Top Coats Weather indications tell us that EASTER SUNDAY will be a beau tiful day. You will w?nt to be prepared with that SUIT and TOP COAT. Let us show you what we have selected for your consider ation. The Frank McWhorter Co. THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY LOST IN MISSISSIPPI. Suffrage Amendment Voted Down by Big ' Majority. .lankKon, Miss.. April 1. The Mimis ..ippi House of Representatives yester dav again refued to ratify the suf fra'ge amendment by a vote of P4 to 23. The measure passed the Senate Tues- dar. . , , , , The action was positive and regarded n flnal a motion to disagree with the Senate's renolution favoring ratihVa tiou. having been carried. There an uproar of "NoeV on the floor when a demand wan made that telegrams from Democratic leaders urging rati fication 4e read. Speaker who nought to support ratification were hooted and jeered. , Governor Kimscll, who had been ex pected to deliver a "little talk"' to the House urging ratification, did not ap 1 Your spring: suit mod tied to your own meas urements and hand-tailored by expert crafts men will be distinctive in style, snappy in ap pearance and represent honest value. Sprini? Suits Made-to-Measure Also bring- your Suits and Overcoats to be DYED. PRESSED AND REPAIRED and have them ready for spring. J, Kovalsky TeL 192-J Barre, VL ' The Woman Ready-to-Wear Shop For Easter Wear- - SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, BLOUSES, MILLI NERY, VEILINGS, SWEATERS, SKIRTS, - PETTICOATS, UNDERTHINGS Spring Suits Individual creations. Fashion's latest whims, hand somely tailored in the refinement of line that distin guishes the dirlerentSuit. Spring Coats and Dresses The themes presented are simple,' yet aristocratic; the trimming: treatment is entirely different, yet surely and effectively artistic . The New Blouses Are surely irresistible in the beautiful new shades. Sweaters and Slip-ons Are beautiful in the newer shades. Dressv Hats Tailored Hats Sport Hats- Untrimmed Hats, in a charming variety, all suiting shades, with black " predominating Little Miss and Baby Sister are favored with special planning- of her Hat. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. FAVOR FRENCH MANDATE. Lebanon Legislative Council Adopted Resolutions. Constantinople. March. 27. Resolu tions favoring a French mandate over I-elianoii were adopted by the Lebanon legMat'u e council on March 22, a-cord-ing to advices received here. The coun cil appointed a commifion to draft a constitution and adopted as its ban ner the French flag, with a cedar iree in the center of the white stripe. WORLD-WIDE DEMONSTRATION Haa Been Planned for May 1 by Paria Labor Confederation. Pari". March 31. Organization of world-wide May 1 demonstration in th form of a general 24 hour strike will he undertaken by the Xation. Confed eration of Labor under resolutions passed at its meeting her- to-day. This movement will be urged in accord with the Syndicalii-t International for the purpose of showing the solidarity of socialists. Time to Make Things New Again With Paints and Varnish WE ARE all ready with the best sorts o! Taints and Brushes Varnishes, Stains, Floor Wax, and all kinds of Taint RemoTers and Qeaners. Then a whole special collection of Paints, Cleaners and Polishes for Automobiles. Come in and let us help you select the best kinds for your requirements. C. W. Averill & Co. I th t 7VAfCfSrM trce