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THE BAH11E DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 2 Homer Incorporated " The Store Where Quality Counis Jxng and Short Coats Youthfully Styled You may choose from Wool Velours, Tricotincs, Serges, Covert Cloths and Tweeds in all wanted shades of the season. :$16.50 to s69.50 The Nationally Popular Welworth Blouses Here's a line of which we are justly proud, for in the WEL WORTH there's al ways far more in IN TRINSIC WORTH, in GOOD STYLE, in GOOD FABRICS, in FAULTLESS WORKMANSHIP than can be found in other lines at the same and oft - times . higher prices. It's the .unique and economical plan in which these Blouses come to us that makes possible the very exceptional WELWORTH values. Moderately Priced at $3.00 The New .WELWORTH Styles are always placed on sale here on the same day as in the nation's style cen ters and sold at the same price. TALK OF THE TOWN "That Nauphfy Waltz," Columbia record, at the Kexall store. adv. Come and have a (rood timejit the ladies' jruild dance to-night in Howland hall. Landi'e orchestra. -dv. Come and have a pood laugh at the Fastern IStar ball, Howland hall, on Thtireday evening. The entire public Is invited. adv. Mm. Arthur Lombard of Smith Slain tret has returned frmn Hoi yoke, Ma., -where fhe has been for the pat few day. Younp Collins the fighting Italian. ill have to how all he has aroint Harry Lorinu of Charlentown in the emi-'fiiial Thursday night. adr. Mrs. Julia Hayei and n, Jatne. leave to-day for MansftVkl. O, having iecn informed thi mornin? of the se rious lme. of Mr. F. W. Panrroft. daughter of Mra. ilye, nd formerly uf hisvcity. The Spring Suits and Top Coats tint we are showing are from gome of t! best makers. They have all the earmarks of high priced custom tailoring". They are with in reach of the average pocketbook. . Let us see you personally and tell you more about it. sThe Frank McWhorter Co. Fitts Co. One can hardly imag ine more pleasant sub jects to write about than these fascinating late models. They are so smart, so individual and so ob viously of high qual ity.' Stunning brevity tempts one to choose a Sports Coat of Polo Cloth and right next to it perhaps is a dis tinctive model, made i r r e s i s t ible by its graceful length. 7 TALK OF THE TOWN Mi Kuby llmdbury is visiting frien Is in Marshfield this week. "The Ite iUlerin Mis Felicia at North Barre -hwll by Toyaini ramp fire Kriday evening, April II, at 7 oYlock. Admi.-ion, I.V. adv. l'rivate James MoQiia'd of Fort Strong, Huston harbor, eomplrled to day a five-day furlough, wient with i his sister, Miss Marjraret Mi-yuaid of the Miles bl.xk. John meefe of Upland avenue, as sistant manager f the John B. Kelley companv. returned last evening from several days' visit with acquaintances 'at the lniveritv of Vermont. UrnTge, W. Hunt arrived at the Ver mont Moldiers' home in Bennington on j the 2!h of March, where he has been admitted as a member. Mr. Hunt re ! ports that he is feeling etter than when he left Barre and is inallt-d in ' comfortable quarters. BARRE DAILY TIMES WEDNESDAY, AfRIL 7, 1920. The Weather Fair to-night ajid Thursday; contin ued cool j fresh west winds. . TALK OF THE TOWN I. Parker's harness shop moved to 8 Merchant street adv. " To-night's the night. The ladies' guild dunce, Howland hall. adv. , Admission, $1.10, boxing exhibition at Montpelier armory Thursday night, adv. Cash paid for household furniture, stoves, carpets, . etc. 'Phone 710-R. Abram Fine. New hats at Mrs. Shallow's. Sailors, big lace hats.' also good assortment of trimmings. ij Forsythe place. 1'aul Parizo of North Main street left yesterday for Cnnibridge, to spend two or throe weeks in the sugar woods with relatives. . Come und have a good laugh at the KaHtern Star ball, Howland hall, on Tliiirtr4.lv nvAriiiiff Tho pnt irA Dllhlic i e- i j is invited. adv. j Miss Harbara Dingwall has returned from Albany, N. Y., after visiting her sihter, Miss Florence Dingwall, during I her Faster vacation, j Gilbrrtson'i six-piece orchestra went where lust evening they furnished mu sic for on Easter ball. x Money deposited on savings accounts in the Barre Savings Bank & Trust Co. on or before Monday, April 12, will draw interest from April I. adv. John F. Benjamin of the Montpelier road was to-day shipping a carload of registered and graded cattle to the large I'erkins farm in Brattleboro. , The right corsets are of the utmost importance in determining the style and grace of your appearance. The La-1 Kesista spirabone will help you. Thej Mrs, Sliepard Co. Richard Uixzozero of Springfield, who has been 'spending 'several days with his mother, Mrs. Jennie Biizozero of : North Main street, has returned to his work in a machine shop in Springfield. Mii Florence Jerome, the guefrt of Mrs. Bizzoeero, also returned to Spring field. Neil Xoilson of Forsyth place, a spe cial policeman, left yesterday for Bos ton to. sock employment, being affected, as all other jjranitecutters of Barre, by tho cessation of granite manufac turing in this district. Mrs. Neilson ex perts to join him soon, they intending i to make Boston or viuinity their res ide nee. ' Carl Nelson, .employed for the past two yaari in the shipyards of Chester. Pa., has returned to Barre, and togeth er with his wife, will reside at 4fl Pearl street with his mother, widow of the late John H. Nelson. Ho will-'assume; he charge of his mothers interest in the Dewey Column A. Monumental works. Bernard Starr and John Wilson,. the. two young men arrested vesterdfliy aft ernoon for breaking windows last Sat Uitlay nig'it in the building known a tlu Whitcomb Bro.' Machine shop. ' pleaded guilty before Judge K. I-. I Scutt yesterday afternoon. The case was suspciiaea until next .M-onnay morn ing for sentence. U is understood ith.it otiier warrants have been issued on the same charge. Because of the boxing match to be held in the armory hall In Montpelier Thursday -evening, the last pool, bil liard and eribbage tournament of the Parro and Montpelier council teams of the Knights of Columbus has lecu postponed until a week from Thurs day evening, or April 15. The Mont peiier teams have a lead of live points for the series and only by winning nine of 1 1 points can the local council team captuiv the series. Passports to Scotland and Italy are frequently procured by residents of Burre, and snie of these have been se cured within the past few day, na tives r f these two coun'ries taking ad vantage, of the cessation of the granite industry fir making ft long desired journey to the homeland. Several Barre people arc leaving Saturday, though several more have been compelled to postponed "t'o'ir journey because :i 'the ab.ve mentioned difficulty experienced in procuring firt- or second clas pas sages. There has been no report of dillUulty in procuring third-class pas saues. The reetilar meetinff of the Barro ( Woman's club was held Tuesday, April (i. The report of the di-trict imrc (showed 217 calls n.Hde in March, which is more than any other one month. It was voted to give .1D to th" children's aid society of Vern.onf. fM to the Longfellow memorial of Portland, Me., and $.1 each to the school for the feeble-minded at Brandon and the chil dren's traveling library, and Mrs. X. D. Phelps was chosen delegate, with priv ilege of (-hooting one other, to the bi ennial meeting of the Wcncral Federa tion of Women's Clubs at Des Moiucs. la. .After the business meeting, F-. L. Ingalls cf the collvge of agriculture, V. V. M., gave an iui'resting talk on his work fcitli txivs' and girls' clubs in the state. Refreshments were scrvl. Carlo Armtrong, champion Italian heavyweight uf tiie world, who goes up in the feature bout again-t .fa. k Shv age of Brockton. Mss.. th fighting po liceman, at armory h.'l, M.vt p.-lier, on Thurday even:ng. arrivrd thi morning on the leepcr fr m IV.-ton. a-ccmp-nied by hi nun.ig-r. T!'!'i- B'irk J i,k Savage will be in ttr- !f'crno.in. Young Collins, the fg'.t P.al'nn. who made a hit with t'c :'!, fi.irry I-in? of CharlcTf wn. Mitc imskcr R.-nci anj Befcn e JVud-'i gi-t wi'i arrive on he sleoocr t r r -n r niis". The two prelims arr.:igei ry i rm tc t imij and Mc'gs f r Thur-iav niyht are nnx ng the Ml bey, P.he Sawyer f I P.arre vs. Cj cVne Ulcnnie of Mintpel I i.-r. arl C'srcrici' Hoim" of M mtpel j tr s. Aimer Ia:1 of Wet Berlin. .Ink Navac. the hcadiiner fcr the big j event, w.wh in ail probability nrer has been ii!'ed in th city, has a ! record ';h a championship ring. Sav- ag" ha f:'ight and in m. cass bs I won oer as such men as Rodney .Me j Ikona'd. .Te l:ivcr. Silent Martin. Art ' M'si-e, Pt Mf arthy Jo Eagan . l"rnk t arb:-ne, Johnny Wilton 3t, Job n ttr Xiorris and J White. adv. ! TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY A'OR SALK 1 bcJiF pro nana. 1 Mr . ti-txt-4 tuttr Jrit-S l borfr. t TnmA rrU 1 Fenl rr ; cfl fc tt MLci . .Vfc-rri'll N ; MclxvA. Barm. )l.t!.-tS.T wir TO CHOP Will K tt j ' TK tt rimlvrs : wem --hatlr : Utj 1. A IVrrr Kl ftw Atrtwr- !4 jr.R SAlvK A trm of Kr ; M L 1-t. V-xt 1 r-i : $ Kufiat B"d . t a4 It ;4; I krta-tot ft: ttT.t te- r-.r-t: t mam lots i vt w. H..I ,et. t'flt TALK" OF THE TOWN Wonderful bargains in soaps at the Kexail ic sale. auv. I 't When grtttilig your hair cut, don fail :to look fur the union card. adv. Don't miss seeing Babe Saywer b(c Cvclone (ilenniJ Thursday night. adv. William Menard went to Burlington this morning to muke a brief business visit. O. Berini of Brook street and Ouido Sasscrosso of U street are passing a few days in Burlington. A real time tor the purine at ine Eastern Star ball, , Howland hall, on Thursday evening. adv. Come and have a good tune at tn vome atu nae a koou nine i , mc ,. . . ., . ... .. . "1 . ., . :.. it 1...1 iHciifs guild uance. lo-nigm in jiusimu . c , I turner! to thi nitv after acveral dav stay with acquaintances in Hard wick Mrs. Clara Johnson ot JJeatora Mines, P. Q is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson of 10 Merchant street. , T1 .. . . W km Den ns of Brooklyn street left this morning for Albany, N. Y., to make an indefinite visit at the home of his son, William Deans, jr. Seven (Spanish stonecutters, cm I. ClTt- ployed in the Barre district until the present labor trouble began, left here last evening for uetroil, Alien. Money deposited on savings accounts in the Hnrre Suvint's Bunk &. Trust Co. on or before Monday, April 12, will draw interest from April 1. adv. iiie laities and pastor s union win meet at the. Methodist church Thursday at 2 :.')() n? in. All members and ladies of the church are cordially invited. ' Wendell firecoire of Boston arrived here vesterday afternoon to spend a short vacation with nm sister, ajrs. James Duncan, of Highland avenue. Kummaae sale, I niversaitst enurcn, Friday, April !). Those having articles for the sale, please leave at ttie as sembly room before Friday noon. adv. Box social at the Presbyterian church Friday night. Don't miss it for a good' time. Cadies bring box, with lunch for two, to be sold at auction to the men. adv. Pvemember. Armstrong and Savage are good enough for the feature in Bos ton. You ought not to miss seeing tfiem Thursday night at the armory,. 12 rounds. adv. B. F. Walsh, sewin or machine expert of St. Johnsburv, will be at tho Cen tral house for a limited time. Those having sewing machines they desire re paired 'phone 238-W. adv. Another sugar social and dance at double Hill grange hall Friday even ing, April 11. .Music by a wme awaae two-piece orchestra. Kveryone out for a coed time. Admission, SOc a couple, evtra ladies, 20c; sugar extra. The mission study class will meet at the home of Mrs. Mefilatlin, t int street, Thursday evening at 7 Please bring contributions for the mis sionary box, as it is to tie paeKea tne last of the week, also the sunshine "... (iet your oldest and your best rig for the Fast cm Star annual ball, Howland hail. Thursday evening. io after those cash prizes. The judges promise to be impartial, even though your rig noes bring down the house. Dancing 8 till 12. Licht refreshments free. I.ndi's orchestra. Public invited, adv. W. A. Bout well, brother of Mrt. fc. M. Fenwiek, who was shot at her home on the Plaiufield road early Mon day tnoriiina, March 22, returned to his home in Worcester, Mass., to-day, hav ing been here since the day of the trag elv. Miss Bertha Fenwiek. daughter of the deceased, accompanied him to Worcester. ' Kolanl Bisson, the young son of Henry Bisson, of 459 North Main street, who was struck by the Wash ington rtreet electric, car last Tuesday evening when playing baseball near hi home, sustaining in the. .accident a broken ankle and dislocated hip bone, was taken to his home from the Barre City hospital yesterday afternoon. A. Ferrari, who went to Switzerland last lall to spend the winter, arrived in New York yesterday on the White Star liner l-afayette. together with K. ','alfetti. Joseph Calfetti, A. Comet ti md (i. Foirtitna. These men, with the -eeption of Mr. Fontana, likewise left Itfirre last fall to pass tho winter in heir r.atie country. Mr. Font ana left here alw-ut ck'ht years ago, after liv -;ng in this city for a number of years. One rather "disappointing feature to the won id -be poultry fancier, whose vpp'y cf eggs may be sutlieieiitly large enough to -take care of his personal w.ints as well as those of his nearby neighbors, is the desire of some faith ful layer in his pen to produce eggs of extraordinary size at a time when the iirice in the market drops. Arthur ShnniHin, who lives at 7 Kirk street, is the owner of a buff orpington hen, which within a year, has laid six eggs i f large dimensions, the latest of which measures nearly H by rti inches. Per haps the hens "are realizing the situa tion snd are taking an active part in L reducing the 11. C. of L. lH-al agents of steamship compa nies are 'finding considerable difficulty in securing bookings for first- and second-class passengers within the past few weeks, and attempt to secure such have proved in vain to some. One agent wa informed that a second -cla pango to Ccnoa, Italy, on the Cunard line would not be available until July while other lines have been enm-i-Mled to give similar answers. This crcat demand for F.uropcan passages is doe to the vast number of tourists go in? to th battlefields of France or Belgium, some of whom go to find me morials of their suns who died in the fight for democracy. Then, too, many foreigners, who have been unable to viit their fatherlands since 1(114, are making a visit now. WASHINGTON I'.egular grange meeting Friday even ing. Program: Miimc by grange; dis ctssion for the brothers. -lborav-ing Dcvi-e for the Farm"; for the sis ters. -Ijilror-S.iving IVvicet for the Home"; mnic. Myrtrn Kastman; read ing. Oifton Sanders; reading. Patrick Moran; music by grange. IV.n't forget to cme and help your captains, Law rence and Myrtcn. Card of Thanks. I wi-h to thank all those who re membered me ith cards at Foster. Mrs. Ssrah M. Flint. EAST nARUE Come and hsve the time of jour life at the gvrnpa-him ha'I. pier tiran imn. 1hurdv ni-it. April S. Mn- sic. Canii's t.r,-hetra, x piecrs. adv. ! ; Card ef Thanks. j. deirr to pre c-ir lieartf.it ; that.ks to the friends and fce-Kb.- (fcorge ("Dod") Murray has gone to championship teamsirom otner aiaa Detroit, Mich., h.vinK secured employ- of this section of the country, lhey met in n machino shop there. 1" P''ld It' lAlUL nail, a.llliui s orciieni-iM. auv. i 4:tiarlia nnil (ieorL'C l.llieolll Have re- T . . : . i Katm-.iit'ir nurii.tfi. . i ne nesT. teams in MONTPELIER vr.. ti rr ' ii .,1 nf Ri. ' .Tohnn- .ill n, it 14, in j " ., biirv was in the citv vesterdllV on her j . - . . i .. i . ........ .1 a ,ii m.l i ti rf t of thp t'.hildreii's Aid society. l Prof. 0. II. Perkins of the University of Vermont was in the city yesterday afternoon on geological work. Mi Minerva ett tins returnea irom Tulsa, "Okln.', where she accompanied ; Atiau Ttebreea Yett.. hiT sister, to stav 1 for a time, xne latter naa oecn in poor liealtn out was ieeung uener mini ncr sister left her. the Motif nrlier hicll school basketball team left this morn- ---- . f..r 1 2 lent Kb a. V. V.. where thev " - . - ,.),, rt anr aa r.f rm mna fills Week With cach state havo been selected for the .of,.l CiMtph tliilleii and Prof. Coarcliv . T , af, mii, ' ' frti Tfinrv Bedford of Woonsockct. j. j is spena iik a suori vacnvivn sin .' '. . m tr her sister, Mrs. Julia Addy of Langdon street. About a dozen stonecutter left ier Tnesilav nitrht for XeW I.. ... 1 .'. ,nU,ni.nl s R, left the nfcht before. Reports from other cutters are that some nave left Montpelier each day since the sus pension ot worK occurred. The American JLeglon nelQ a aance in lie ritv hnll Tuesday evening that was attended by about 100 cduples. The hall was tastily decorated in paper and a very pretty party was enjoyed. Car- roll s orchestra lurnisned music. Ligin refreshments were served. Mary -Elizabeth, tho infant daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Charles N Ht, John, died Tuesday- The funeral took place at 2 o'clock this afternoon, Rev. W esley Mead officiating, and the body was placed in the vault at Green Mount cemetery, to be later taKen to Akron, O.. for burial. The funeral of Ormal Curtis Clog- ston, a long-time resident of Montpel ier, took place at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon from his late home, Rev. Mr. Nichols officiating. The bearers were Curtis and Paul Clogston, W. A. Mar tin, Edward, William and Harold Ben wn v. The Brooks toat. G. A. B.. at tended the sen-ice in a body and per formed their service at tne tiouse. an escort from the post went to the grave, which was made in Cutler cemetery. R. t. Currier, assistant to tne siaia highway eommismonor, has received notice that the state department may hum to municipalities for work on roads certain of the trucks that have been assigned to the ttate by the fed eral government. Alderman J. F. Maroni, who has been ill for some three weeks, is improv ing a little. He fell last winter and is now suffering the effects of the fall. The board of control will meet Fri day in the State House, at which time tt "is expected the matter of changing the hours of employment in the State House will again be under considera tion. Some of the employe want to have the houm changed from to ":'M in the morning for arrival and depart ure t 4 instead of o o'clock in the afternoon. This will clip an hour off ...-i. ... a tittle more time in Hum mm , ' " - ....... - - j .-A.,i.,rr tn the emnloves. M H. T. Johnson, adjutant general. Is expected home o-day from a trip, to Washington in the interest of the de partment. Mrs. Emma Butterfly ns tettled Iter account as administratrix of the estate of Iixto 1 Desaulniers, late of Montpelier, while Arthur L. Johnson of Worcester has been appointed ad ministrator of the estate f Sumner Johnson, late of that town. The Auto Sales corporation of Bur lington has changed Ha name to the CoHmrn Auto company of that city and a ccrtUieate to that effect has been filed with the secretary of state. The Green Mountain Farmers' O-operative Creamery company of South London derry has paid up' 12,070 of its $5,000 capital stock. . Mrs. Robert 1'owers nas resumed nrr work in the secretary of state's office, her son, Stanley, having recovered from scarlut fever. Linus Leavens has returned from at tending the annual meeting of the Asontnev Fish and Came league, at which George O. Gridley was elected president. GRANITEVILLE Come and have the time of your life at the gymnasium hall, upper Gran iteville, Thursday night. April 8. Mu sic, Carroll's orchestra, si piers. adv. WOTICE. Member of Barre branch, .G. C. I. A., wishing to have physical examination will call at the office of Dr. Jarvis Monday, April 5, and following days between the hours of 10 and 12 a. m. to make appointment. Members will please bring their cards. AVVIS0. v Tutti i mcmbri che hanno il diritti alia visita medica tono pregati recarsi nell' officio del Dr. Jarvis Lunedi 5 Aprile e tutti gli altri giorni, dalle ore 10 alle 12 .a. m. per fissare la data. T membri tono pregati portare la carta chi contribuiiione per essere vi dimata. J. McKernan, Secretary. Bijou Theatre Entrance on Pearl St Three Shows Daily, 1:15. 6:45. :3 PRICES: (includinf war U) MATINEES: Attlla I Sc. CfciMrta le EVENINGS! Attltt r, CMMrta I -To-day- Albert Ray in The Lost Princess" Barton Holmo tfel toil conedr TktrttV. Aril Hope Hampton in "A Modern Salome" Spirit :-rwrl Rtinbost tvfcnedr t4 torn. rrHmr. Apr Special Attraction The Triflers" With all-tr ctet- R.it em4w FtlardtT. April Ei rle Willuni in Ticn a Man Loves" X-twM canedr rrtnl lilt. "UNION- SERVICE SATISFACTION ''v'.' WASH'' FABRICS We wish to call your attention to our showing of New Cotton Dress Goods. This spring season has surely surpassed all others in its production of beau tiful Wash Fabrics, and you will find here a collection which will appeal to you when, selecting your summer dress materials. . . PLAIN VOILES Black, White and fifteen new spring shades, a very fine quality fab . . ' , a ..,... 75c nc, per yara ... FIGURED VOILES A most complete assortment of this most popular fabric for the summer season. Newest patternand designs showing the prettiest color combinations. Priced from ................ 59c' $20 Per GINGHAMS What material gives better satisfaction for a summer dress? "We are very enthusiastic over our showing of fine Dress Ginghams, for never before has this store shown such an array of these fine fabrics. 32-INCH DRESS GINGHAMS, per yard 59c 32-INCH FINE ZEPHYR GINGHAMS, beautiful patterns and colorings, per yard. , 79c 32 INCH GENUINE IMPORTED SCOTCH GINGHAMS, per yard $1.00 nruw? f TIVTIAIVT IWV ffeftlW rOMPArVIY WHITE RIVER JUNCTION George W. Mann of the Pcwey's Woolen miils left for Boston Tuesday on a business trip. Albert Drochers r of Carlton. Minn., has bought a farm at North Hartland and expects to move his family here at onee. Mr. Drochers bought his farm through the L. 8. Darby agency. Rev J. A. Ilanney of itarawro. called on Rev. Robert JIaseltine on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Oifton and four others .1 - i nr tirilfith ninvintf llictlire company left Monday mht for theection "J . " . N'ew York studio, and tne remmnun of the company left Tuesday evening,' leaving only three 01 me memuvi'.,nre at um.. .v..... The comiianv expects to return m. The Easter services at St. Anthony s tlmlic church were observed about six weens w ir"" , . V. .V in this part of the state, the t.rirmn people have made a great impression in this town for their liberality and fnnHlino.t and their ooirrtesv. They will always nn welcome awaiting them when they eome again. t Mrs. Mnrv MiaitaocK, lormmj hite River Junction, but who has been spending a year with her daugh ter in the isle ot fines, t.ui, turned to town and will spena ine summer here with friends. M. I. tVriffin, a student in the Ray mond Trainor law office, spent Easter at his home in Rutland. The scmery for the Knights of to-1 lumbus banaar has arrived and is be ing put in place in Gates' opera house, where the bazaar will open Wednes-j dar evening. i i'red Habbitt. randidate for governor,! was in town Friday, looking after lus; u..k- v,lin if Concord. connected with the legal department j of the 11. M. railroad, was in town reoently upon legal matters for the road. , ' Rev. Fr. Howard of Woodstock as-, sisted Rev. Fr. Delaney in the 40 Hour devotional service recently. Rev. YV. T. hparhawk supplied the Second ( onccrttational pulpit at Hert ford Sundav. i C. M. tox. owner of the St. Albans Grain Co., made a short sfnpover in White River .function thtirs.iay on his wav from Uoston to St. Albans, ii. .' i u,trlW of St. Albans was in Wlnie River .lunction Tuesday on I his way to Brattleboro, to assist i-r. Anderson in a very important opera tion in that city Wednesday. Earl Knight, Mho has been the cash ier of the Swift A to. ylnt for the pat vear, nas been promoted to-the position of bookkeeper at the Mont pelier plant and took charge of his new position Monday. A. A. Sawver. manager of the Swift & Co. plant," lias been confined to the houte and to his room for the rast week with grip. He was able to be out of doors Tuesday for the firtt time since his illness. Richard Rilling", president of the Woodstock railrad, informed the re porter of The Tiroes that ha would be able to have bis road running the first of next week. Th Easter services at St. Taul s Episcopal church last Sunday were along the bne of the proper observance of Eafter. Holy communion was ccle- 8 ,1.7.' I A Limited Sup ply of NEW VICTROLAS has just arrived. Trice?, $23. S""), up to ?150 each. BAILEY'S HUSiC BOOMS Barre. Vermont i - mm I I -a. -DRY GOOD ....... l.rnfu.l at H nVliH'lc and at 10:30 there was the usual devotional service, with an Easter sermon by the rector. The choir rendered some special Easter mu sic. The evening service was at the usual time. There was a large audi ence at each service. The new organ was used for the first time. The Easter service at the Methodist church was observed in an appropri ate manner. At the morning service the pastor preached a sermon appro priate to the occasion, and the choir sang special Easter music A number united with the church. At the even ing service, the pageant of "the Resur- was nresentea in a mannrr t;.i., i 4 1 mi.li VnA iha affair creniiauie m in charge. There was a large attend- ;' ,l. j tu,. m a manner mung ic . an 8 o'clock mass with a very largo attendance. and the same was true at t le service at MJiuU. rauirr Delaney gave a very able and appro priate sermon to his people, which was well received by the audience. The Easter offerings were large. The Easter services at the Univer salist church at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. were along the lines of Easter. In the morning the minister preached a aer- Come and Have a Good Time ANNUAL Eastern Howland Hall, MASQUERADE, FANCY DRESS AND COSTUMES Prizes: $5.00 gold piece for best costume; $2.50 gold piece for worst costume COMPETENT JUDGES: Mrs. Fred Rogers, William Barclay, George Seagejp - LANDI'S ORCHESTRA Dancing, 8 till 12 Light refreshment free? 4) Public Invited I The Woman's Ready-to-Wear Shop SUITS YOUTH LONGS always to achieve two things to be vividly alive to the latest whims of Fashion and at the same "time to retain its own bright individuality. These Suits meet both demands. You Must See Them to Appreciate Then Special Suits for Stout? L,h COATS THE KIND THAT SAVES YOU hours of Marching, dollars, and vain regrets. We have many desirable styles and fabrics. Three-quarter and full length styles, well tailored and expertly finished. v TOP COATS SPECIAL for motoring and traveling. Visit Our Millinery Department . Hats uf the Mode at Prices of Moderation The Mrs, Shepard Co., Inc. Spray Your Fruit Trees with Lime and Sulphur. We have it in gallons and five-gallon cans. C. W. Averill & Co. THE 'tsUitHC.'fTf-t: STOS6 CO. rv "T Ifo and Tipnth " T he iiewlv organized boys' choir sang for the first time. The service in the evening wa an EasW concert by the children of the Sunday school. The audiences were large at both services. Samuel C. Jebb of the Bailey Music company of White River Junction spent EaBter Sunday at the home of his par ents hi Bethel. Milward C. Taft of Chelsea was in White River Junction Thursday on business Connected with the Federal Land bank of Springfield, Mass. Mr. Fitzpatrick, chief of the engi neering department of the Central Ver mont railroad,, was ir) town Tuesday. WAITSFIELD Miss Lillian Sargent, a former teach er in the east district, is visiting at Bert Joslyn's, A daughter was bom Saturday, April 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Haskins. Miss Mabel Brown spent Sunday in WarreDj. , Mrs. Anna Bowen has gone to her home, having spent th winter with her daughter,. Mrs, E. W. Baird. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Livingstone vis ited their stster, Emogene Lavarnway, at J. H. Holt's, recently. Star Ball Thursday, April 8 1 f!f r-4. tot r wr. . 4 W ttfMt. tl Iik9't Kt Kvvw. h cie kind to in pur sorrow. Mrs. lunc McMillan and fan. ly.