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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, AFKfb z, itfco.
SPRINGTIME This time, of year means House Cleaning for everyone. Worn out things have to be replaced or re--) paired, and new things, that the past 8ix months have shown the need of, have to be obtained. Wc, Also, Are Doing Our House Cleaning Painters are painting the walls and ceiling of our showrooms. This is an inconvenience for us, as well as our trade, but amounts to very little when compared to the effect for bet ter lighting our stock. IT MEANS THAT WE ARE ALWAYS TRY ING TO DO THINGS WHICH WILL BENE FIT, EITHER DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, OUR CUSTOMERS., You will need some new Wall Pa pers, perhaps; or Linoleum; or Rug Border; or a Congoleum Rug. We have all of these and many others. Come in, just to see how we have done our House Cleaning. i B..Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE City rates umi u bone-driven ambulance; diatanct call at rtaaonabU termi. "a just , Received A big shipment of White Canvas Shoes, Pumps and Oxfords for Women, Misses and Children. In order to move them quickly, we , have placed them on sale at re duced prices, and they will be in cluded in our Move On Sale which is still in progress. Don't miss this opportunity to purchase your Easter Footwear at a big saving. . Tilden Shoe Co. Aldrich Building, Barre, Vt. BUY A HAM FOR EASTER Our famous Green Mountain Brand, which has the mild, sweet flavor, made only from pip pork, cannot fail to please you. WHOLE HAM, per lb 3Sc HAM SLICED, per lb 43c-55c 30NELESS Smoked Shoulders, 6-12 lbs lb.. 35c Thick Strips of BACON, 4-7 lbs., per lb 3Sc STRICTLY FRESH EGGS, per dozen ...... 55c Fresh-Made PEANUT BUTTER, per lb. . . . 35c FRESH VEGETABLES Celery, Lettuce, Spin ach, Cauliflower and Parsnips. FRUIT Grapefruit, extra large 13c, 2 for 25c Grapefruit, medium 10c Navel Oranges, per dozen 60c, 70c, SOc TALK OF THE TOWN Maccabees' bazaar, April 13, Carroll's orchestra. adv. ' See D. J. Morse's line of coats and suits at Alontnelier. adv. Auction sale at City Auction Market Saturday, see adv. adv. When getting your hair cut, look for the union card. adv. Miss Mina Wlllett, dressmaker, will not be back until May 1. adv. Regular meeting April 2 of M. W. of A. at 7 o'clock. Odd Fellows' hall. A good assortment ot spring hats at Mrs. (shallow's, 5 Forsythe place. aav. Union barber shops close at 6 p. m. to-night. Patronwe the union shops. adv. Strawberry shortcake with whipped cream Saturday at Baltimore Lunch. adv. "That Naughty Waltz" and 17 other new April Victor records on Bale to day at Bailey's Music Booms. Edward Milne of Maple avenue and Paul Checcario leave to-night for New York City to find employment. Ralph Smith, now a student of Nor wich university, arrived in the city to day to pass the Faster holidays. Joseph Bianchi of North Main street, who lias been ill during the past three weeks at his home, is steadily improv ing. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Kelly left for Millers Falls, Mass., last evening to spend the Faster holidays at Mrs. Kel ly's former home. Mrs. A. II. Lund of 24 Sheridan street and daughter, Fthel, left this morning for Bethel to spend a few days with relatives. Come to the ladies' guild dance Wednesday, April 7, How land hall. Good time assured. Landi's orchestra. Dancing 8 to 1. adv. , Still a good selection of Easter hats. Must be closed out this week at fur ther reduced prices. Will be open even ings only. Mrs. Birnie, 4 Laurel street. Women who have seen the suits at the Union Dry Goods Co. are not only buying for themselves but are recom mending this store to their friends. adv. B. Funingalli & Co. have added to their delivery equipment a new Ford truck to be used in the delivery of their French and Italian bakery prod ucts. A. Molinari and C. Loreiuini, who went to their homeland in Italy Inst fall to pass the winter, are expected back here by the latter part of this month. Members of the 1010 class of Ppauld ing high school are requested to meet at the school assembly hall Saturday evening at 7:30 for an informal recep tion. Everybody out! Carl Norris of Graniteville made the first trip of the summer schedule with his pasHpnger and freight truck from Graniteville to Barre yesterday and will continue as last summer. Anniversary concert and ball, city hall, Montpelier, Tuesday, April H, giv en under auspices of Montpelier post, No. 3, American Legion. Music, Car roll's orchestra, eight pieces. adv. The concert to be given at the Mac cabees' bazaar will represent some of the best local talent. It wiil provide a pleasing entertainment for young and old. watch for the program. adv. Frank Wells of French street and Daniel Bertrand of Prospect street ar rived in the city yesterday afternoon from Amherst college, Amherst, Mass., to pass the Easter vacation at their homes. Joe Shimkns, who last night, suffered injury to his head and right hip in the wrestling match with Pink Gardner in Montpelier, had recovered sufliciently to-day to be outdoors. lie is booked to meet Joe Zella, a fast middleweight from Holyoke, Mass., in St. Albans to morrow evening and Plans to go to St. Albans for the match. Approiimately 270 dog licenses had been issued up to last evening, the last day on which the regular rates could be paid, by City Clerk James Mackay. These figures show little deviation from last year's total, which was 2(H), this number including all licenses is sued for dogs being brought into the city after April 1. Hence the number of canines existing in this city is prac tically the same as last year. Michael Murphy, who makes liil heme with his daughter, Mrs. Ls'key Good, has returned from Bradford, where he spent the winter months at his brother's home. Mr. Murphy, 76 years old and a familiar figure of the Montpelier road, who walked earn morning last summer to this city and back again for exercise, has been in rather poor health during the long win ter and for this reason does not take his customary long early walks. To-day is Good Friday and this even ing's meeting at the Methodist church is the final one of a series that has been conducted through the week, most of the Protestant churches of the rity uniting for the purpose of considering the events of Holy week. The speaker to-night is Rev. Bert J. Lehigh of the Baptist church. I-ast night's meeting was largely attended, and the series of meetings being held is said to be the most encouraging of any union services attempted in Barre in a number of years. The speaker- Thursday night was Rev. W. McN. Kittredpe, pator of the Presbyterian -hurrh, who took for his subject, "The Glory of the Cross," He referred to it as the center of his tory, the great theme in literature, s essential to salvation and the forgive ness of sin and railed on the audience to give themselves over more thor oughly to the Christ. TALK OF THE TOWN Easter booklets at Martin's Book Store. adv. Roast chicken dinner Sunday at Bal timore Lunch. adv. Dance in Howland hull Saturday night; Landi's orchestra.- adv. Prof. K. R. B. Flint of Norwich uni versity was in the city to-day on busi ness. . G. L. Perkins has returned from a few days' visit with his family in Brattleboro. Let's go to the Union Dry Goods Store for suits. This is heard often these days. adv. Easter ball, Howland hall, Monday night, April 5. Concert 8 to 9, dancing 9 to 1. Landi's orchestra. adv. Howard Cascadden' of Montreal is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford of Pleasant street. Do not miss the ladies' guild dance the first Wednesday after Easter, How- land hall. Landi's orchestra, Dancing 8 to I. adv. Warren Cummings of the Cummings & Lewis drug firm has returned from a several davs' business trip to New York, Philadelphia and Boston. The Daughters of the American Revolution will meet at 2:15 o'clock Saturday afternoon with Mrs. K. L. Cleaves on. Summer street in Montpel ier. , Lowell Drown, a freshman of Dart mouth college, was among the number of college students to arrive here yes terday to pass the EasterTiolidays at his home on Walnut street. A son, Harry Ross, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wheeler of Montpel ier at City hospital yesterday. Mrs. Wheeler will be well remembered as Katherine Mathieson, former librarian at the Aldrich library. At Mercy hospital, Jackson, Mich., on March 30, a son, weighing eight pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wilson. Both lately resided in Barre. Mrs. Wilson will be remembered a Louise Melvin of Pleasant street. A group of 26 young lady friends of Miss Margaret Carle met at the home of Miss Lena Calcagni on Blackwcll street to assist the young lady in cele brating her birthduy with dancing, mu sic and refreshments. During the even ing a $10 gold piece was presented by Miss Mary Rizzi in behalf of the group. MONTPELIER W1LLIAMSTOWN Easter ball, Rowland hall, Barre, Monday night, April B. Concert 8 to 1), dancing 7 to 1. Landi's orchestra. ad. Linus Leavens is investigating the report of six deer found killed this week pear Pigeon pond in Plainfield. Apparently they were poisoned, for one of the deer was warm when the men found it. The stomach of one of them will be sent to the state labora tory for examination that it may be known what caused their deaths." lie has also received a report relative to' the animal killed in Groton and is In clined to think it was an otter instead of beaver, as first reported. State's Atty. E. R. Davis has his hands full just 'at present. He is prose cuting in the Hale case, while on Mon- I day he has four state probate hearings in VVaterbury and then later in the week he argues a case before the su preme court when it will be sitting in St. Johnsbury. It is a liquor case in which Hoar and Fay of Barre took ex ceptions to the verdict found against their client in Watcrbury Dec. 30, claiming that the federal laws governed instead of the state laws. The state claims the federal laws did not be come effective until Jan. 16, therefore it would not be in force Dec. 30. J. T. Sullivan, trainmaster of the Central Vermont railway, was in the city last evening in connection with his work. Mr. Sullivan , was in the 101st ammunition train in France, hav ing given up his position as conductor on the Central Vermont railway to en ter service, He is the youngest train master that the company has employed in many years, succeeding G. W. Groom, who was some time since appointed as sistant superintendent. Mr. Griftin of the Springfield Repub lican, Springfield, Mass.', visited the State House Thursday, interviewing several men regarding the popularity of Messrs. Wood or Hoover as presiden tial candidates. His interviews have been with several state officers, as well as with those prominent in civic af fairs. W. H. Hastings has returned from a conference in Boston relative to the formation of the New England branch of the American Forestry organization. Accompanied by Russell Watson of the department, to-day he was in Burling ton. I The main line Central Vermont pas-1 senger trains were about 45 minutes late leaving Montpelier this morning, due to engine trouble on the branch i train near the Dodge bridge, in which : wires that were down caused some of Rockland Reading . Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield Good Goods Adams Com pany Good Service Successors to A. P. Abbott Co. u EASTER SUGGESTIONS Let us help you with your Easter Fixings. NEW AND ATTRACTIVE DRESSES We can show some exceptional values in Ladies' Dresses, in the popular season's materials and colors. GEORGETTE DRESSES Plain Colors and Figured Georgette $22.50 to $60.00 Conjregational rhurrh Per. C. E. 11. c : c? 1 vtKifctfi, pmsinr. fHTVii'trs numiay, n j (JptaV ,.-.o:,.., A f., r ... y j. Foster has returned from Bos- Easter has not meant much to you in , , d oatmwt! with past years, come and hear this sermon w , & (, fc wiom he u and it will mean something to you for . ' ij ' .State Auditor Benjamin Gates is in the ret of vour life. If you have lived 1 in dread of dying, it will pay you to hear this sermon (Sunday morning. If you don't have a new hat, never mind, there will be others in the same po sition. New hats will be admitted if they are not more than s yard wide. Union service in the evening, 7:30, in the M. E. church. Sunday school at 12, noon. Communion after morning service. Centenary M. E. church Rev. Alba M. Markevl pastor. Sunday services 10:4"), sermon, "The Thrill of Easter." Special music. We welcome you to this service. 12, Bible sohool. An hour of profitable scripture study. Why not join one of our class? 7:30, union gathering of both churches; sermon, "The Completion of the Ideal." Mon day evening, 7:3(1, last monthly meet tine before conference of all the ofli- cial members of the church, to be held at the parsonage. Important business; be sure to come. 1 uesaay evening, 7:30, Epworth league; theme, "The Power of an Endless Life." lieader, Irma Cheney. Thursday evening, :30, sonar and fellowship meeting at the VI Gin d ial . audit inir the county ac- counts. I Frank Reynolds is in New York. I W. H. Jeffrey of the state board of charities i in" St. Johnsbury. accom panied by Miss Lena Rots of the de- , partment. 1 W. S. Morrison of sundry places, who was arretted earlier in the week, appeared before Judge E. M. Harvey last evening and pleaded guilty to the charge of intoxication. He was fined $0 anil eofs, which he expects to pay. Harvey P. Robinson of Waterbury has been appointed executor of the es tate of Lewis W. Riwseil, late of that town. I A complaint u made this morning to Chief ef Police Connolly that a youngster has been making a practice of ringing lire alarm box 123. The youth is known and an investigation is being made. home of Mrs. Lucy Whitney. You are cordially invrted to each of these mid week gatherings. Barber Shop Hour. The proprietors of three barber shops. K. Modica, A. Ralrsnelli and John Rooso. have adopted the follow ing opening and closing hours, believ ing that they will better serve the workinptnsn and give the barber less working hours: Open 'at H a. m. daily, e!oe at p. m. daily, except Saturday, mhen the closing hour will he 9 p. m ; closed l day Monday. This offer as tum,d dntvn by the barbers' union wl.ich asked for shorter morking hours. adv. T Special ommuniratioa of Granite My. Vo. 35. F. and ti A. M. Frtdio. April 2. at p. I :i p. m. W ork. K. A., V. C. ty? decree in the sfternonn and M. M. detre at 7:' in the evening. There will be special muic Per order W. M. EAST BROOKFIELD Service in the church Sunda y1 at 2 . . ... -I. t. p. ra. rtev. I. I-.. aian win preacn. Tonic, "An Easter Mesxage." If you think that EaMer has no definite mes sage for you, come and hear this ser mon and" it wiil mean something to von as long as von live. Never mind f you don't have a new hat, the oreacher wont know it. If you have one he won't know that either, so don't worry about your bat. Come and for get your troubles, they won't last for ever, and you may. You're always welcome. DISORDER IN BATOTJM. Georgian Government Asks to Defend Itself. Authority ORGANIZING EMIGRATION. So to That It Will Be Advantageous Italy and the Emigrants. Rome, April I.-Efforts are being made by the Italian government to so orgauire emigration that it may be ad vantageous to the nation and thoe work seek to leave for other countries, said Count Carlo Sforw, under secre tary for foreign affairs, speaking in the Chamber of Deputies to-day. He re marked that Kriince had given the licet guarantee for the protection of Italian emigrants, who could bo employed in reconstruction work in devastated areas, but aJded the work of rebuilding had not as yet begun. Transportation facilities to the I'nitid States have be come better, he said. Desirability of encouraging emigra tion to Brar.il had been cotiMdered, but only part of the land there is adapted to 'Italians, and Ilraiil to-day needs only labor for coffee cultivation. Count Sforza praised Brazilian judicial inti- TRICOLETTE DRESSES $59.00 to $79.00 EASTER SUITS EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN Serge Suits $29.00 to $65.00 TRICOTINE SUITS $55.00 to $90.00 JerseySuits $35.00 to $45.00 BRAID TRIMMED SUITS A popular style this year. For the slender figure, the braid put on to run around the suit. For the more mature figure, rows of braid put on to run up and down to lengthen the figure. rJSa TAFFETA DRESSES $19.50 to $45.00 SILK POPLIN DRESSES $9.98 to $18.50 COMBINA TION GEORGETTE AND SATIN $37.50 to $45.00 KID GLOVES New and Beautiful Gloves for Easter Washable Kids $2.50 to $3.50 Imported Kids in Brown, Beaver, Black, Gray, $4.00 Double-Tipper-Finger Silk Gloves in Black, Beaver, Gray $1.00 NEW COATS Jersey Coats $19.50 to $42.50 Velour Coats $27.50 to $55.00 Mixture Coats $30.00 to $40.00 Homespun Coats $29.00 to $35.00 Pole Cloth Coats $45.00 to $69.00 MILLINERY TAILORED HATS IN POPULAR STYLES $4.00 TRIMMED MODELS in a beautiful assortment $4.50 to $15.00 Special Orders Made on Short Notice Let the Kiddies choose a NEW EASTER LID A fine display $1.25 to $6.00 188 N. Main St. The Daylight Store Barre, Vermont" Gardner i Clinton Wburn Plymouth Kecnc, N. H. Barre, Vt. tutions. but said there was "scanty moral and economic protection to the immigrant, whose condition depends chiefly on the relations subsisting be tween him and his employer." "The (jovernment muxt, therefore," he concluded, "be very careful in en couraf,'inz emijtTation to Brazil until that country gives assurance that the welfare of aliens will be safeguarded." GORGAS TAKES JOB. Of Conducting Extensive Sanitary Pro gram in Peru. Lima, Peru, April J .Major fieneral fJorgas, former nurjreon general of the I'nited States army, mailed to-day on his wav to New York. Belgium and Vet Africa, af;er having accepted a five-year contract with the Peruvian government to direct an extensive sani tation program here. The rptaininjr fee to be paid General Uorgaa will be ilo, 0i0 a year. fieneral Gorgan will return to Pern In January, next, his ais-tant." Col. Wrihtsoi remaining in charge during hi absence. Panre in Howland hall Saturday niffht; Landi'a orcheetra. adv. sis ricrne, Switterland, April 2 RMiral . elements at Batoum have been howin greater energy eince the fall of No-, vorowirk, and disorder are Increas-: intf daily, according to report received j by the Georgian pre. bureau here. Ria Bey, who pillaged Baloum in ' 19 IK, i 'leading armed bandit recruit-1 ed in Anatolia and now receiving tnu- nitions from Odes rejjularly, it in j aid. j The Georgian government hat taken ; ten to defend' i northern frontier, ( and ha aoked authorisation frni the, entente power to place (ieorg;an ' troopi in Batoum trte(jic mean- , ure ana 10 rore oraer, irai i-r expreexed that authorization of th: atep may "arrive too late." CENSUS FIGURES. Increase ; Wilkes-Barre, Vk, Rat 73,121, f 10 Per Cent Washinjton. I). C, April 2. Popula tion ttatistie nmnineed t'vday by the eenuM bureau included: Wiike Barre, Pa, 73 K.'S. an inirea-e of fl.Til, of 10 per nt over H'lO. Waterloo. la.. 3.S.'iO, increase of 5J7, or 357 per rent. Murphynboro. 111.. 10 411. inrefe of 2.2,0. or"3!l per cent. In.g Bea.h. N. .1.. I-V'21, inceee of 223. or 1.7 per cent. Plenty of Haddock, Cod, Halibut, Finnan Haddies for Saturday. The Smith & Comings Co., Inc. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ol SALt-Forl muldt, uh iti lur itljac rwa fiimit.rr &4 itb- ra nan : rati tfcr fcmarv of t a4 t m. at ! Hir'-. '-er- lJtj . Warden ef Connecticut State Pruon. H.irtfnrd. Coin.. April 2 Henr K. W. S-tt. npr.nten.lent of tht Mm unkU rifnrmatorT t M. 1rud. M:nn.. h been fh"en Harden of the Cnnec t.cut ta?e prion at berfit!J lo w eed Warden C. ". Ma-'lughry, re- niftied. Mr. S.:t farmer' warden the New llamp-hire tat pn-m. at GKAMTEVILLE and Mo J I r.r ran "T i--nr ana r J F',"r l'f it. I. .'u I AN! FTV. 1 e "tw '& Ikwi r rfc ? J n i farm. N. H. !. oim"- ruJ: . . W- -!. Ala lr 111 in fj ir '.! m 'ttr. .rr.l 5. un4r Oe ai.- ir e.rc'. Nr- VSTi, F. cf A. a co tf f. iir p.t liar e- iPS fr..,n . t .1 2 l".efre,tnrl eerred. jir..B, II jr 4'. adv. FOR EASTER Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen 55c Canned Teas, per can 18c to 23c Canned Corn, per can 15c to 28c Canned Tomatoes per can '. 20c to 30c Canned Spinach, per ran 20c Canned Dandelions, per can 25c Canned Asparagus, per can 45c High-Grade Canned Fruits, Monadnock brand, 3 cans SOc Hraden's Ture Fruit Jams, per jar 20c to 50c Uraden's Marmalade, per jar 18c, 25c, 40c Cold Medal Jar Pickles, per jar 20c and 30c Sunshine Cream Lunch Crackers in cans, per lb 20c Cheese, Flain, Young America, Sage, Kraft, Imperial. Oranges, Grapefruit, Lemons, Figs, Dates, Walnuts. MEAT DEPARTMENT FOR SATURDAY ONLY fresh-made Tork Sausage, lb Home-Cured Hams for Easier, 7 to 15 lbs., whole . . . Sliced, per lb Roneless Home-Cured Smoked Shoulder, per lb Home-Cured Kacon, whole strip, lb., 38c; sliced, lb. . . Native Fowls, per lb Roastir Chickens 4 to 6 Ibs per lb Legs of Spring Lamb, per lb 40c Forcquartcr of Lamb, w hole, per lb. . . SOc Best Roast Veal, per lb 35c Veal Tot Roast, per lb 20c to 25c Roast Fork. Native Fork only, per lb 30c, 33c, 35c Western Roat Beef, per lb 30c to 35c Saturday SPECIAL No. I Beef Butts whole, lb. . . 21c Fig's Liver, per Ib Tc, 4 lbs. for 25c Lettuce, Celery, Spinach, Cucumbers Parley. Ripe Tomatoes Radishes Parsnips 1 lbs for 25c Houqhton & Robins Right Shoes at the Right Prices for Easter A Little Out of the Way, but It Pays to Walk Ladies' Brown Kid Oxfords, per pair S5.S8 and $fi.50 Ladies' Black Kid Oxfords, per pair $5.75 and 85.98 Ladies' Black and Brown Shoes, per pair . . .$6.50 to $8.00 Men's Brown Oxfords at $8.00 Men's Black and Brown Shoes, per pair . . .$6.50 to $10.50 SHOES FOR THE CHILDREN ALSO. John S. Cassabelfa 408 North Main Street Corner Blackwell Street ,25c 38c 50c 33c 50c SOc GOOD VALUES Ladd's Special Coffee, 60c value, per It) 50c f.ood Drinkinj? Coffee 3 lbs. for $1.00 Heavy juicy Florida Grapefruit 3 for 2.c New Smyrna Fins, per lb 33c Florida and California Oran?es, doz. . . .60c to 90c Strictly Fresh Eggs for Easter, doz. at store . . 53c BAKERY DEPARTMENT Cream and Marshmallow Special for Saturday. Baked Beans, per qt 25c; Brown Bread 10c Light Pound Cake with fruit, per lb 33c Try a loaf of Raisin Bread, per loaf 12c Oat Cakes, per doz., 12c; Fig Squares, doz. ... ISc MEAT DEPARTMENT EASTER SPECIAL Legs of Lamb. Ib 43c Home-Cured Hams from pig pork, whole 37c Home-Cured Hams, sliced to bake or fry, lb.. . 43c Smoked Shoulders, 6 to 10 lbs. each, per Ib. . . 23c Western Chicken, per Ib 43c Roast Pork, per Ib 30c, 35c and 3Sc Fresh Spinach, Lettuce, Dandelions and Celery. FRESH FISH DEPARTMENT Our Fish Department is full of all kinds of sea sonable specialties. We especially invite an inspec tion of our Fbh window Satuiday. The F. D. Ladd Company