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1920 8 THE liAKHE DAILY TIMES, UAUKJS, 12, . Homer Fitts Co. Incorporated "The Store Where Quality Counts" Warner's Corsets are the best back lace corsets for any and every type of, figure. t . That is because of their expert designing and their standard v construction. , Styles for slen der figures in clude low topped, topless and rubber spe cialties. For the average fig ure we have a ari ety of suitable models in all materials. i farriers For the full figure, we can show you corsets which will insure long, slen der lines. Perhaps you Don't Know that every Warner's Rust-Proof Corset is double-boned throughout. That means, not that it is heavy, but that it is dou bly flexible. And every Warner's Rust -Proof Corset is made of cloth so strong that, no matter how it is stretched or drawn, it will not tear. Let us show you your model! if km 1 BARRE DAILY TIMES ESDAY, MAY 1, 1920. The Weather Fair to-night witli front; Thursday fair; light to moderate northwest winds. TALK OF THE TOWN timers Guaranteed not to rust, break or tear TALK OF THE TOWN Mm. Edward Towne of Waterbury was in town yesterday. Roy LaDue, who recently completed work at the Oldsmobile service sta tion on Ayer street, went to St. Al lans yesterday to begin work again for the Central Vermont railway as a etation agent and telegraph operator. EAST BARRE The Library association will hold a regular meeting at the reading room Tuesday evening at 7:30. Business of importance. Please he present. TALK OF THE TOWN John W. Gordon returned home last evening from Sherbrooke, 1'. Q., where he had been engaged fur a short time on legal business. The body of Helen K. Alexander, the seven-year-old daughter of Mrs. Lillian Alexander of Central street, was removed yesterday from the Kim wood vault to Morruville for burial. Arthur Boyea of Merchant street, who 10 days ago submitted to an op eration for appendicitis at the Fanny Allen hospital in Burlington, was able to return to bis home here yesterday and is steadily regaining his health. Barre Town Republican Caucus. Republican Caucus ' republican voters and those who ex-jx-rt to vote the Republican ticket in the coining presidential election are hereby notified that a caucus will be held in the Kast Rarre opera house on Saturday evening, May 15, at 8:00 o'clock. First : To elect a chairman and clerk of the meeting. Second: To elect four delegate and four alternates to attend the atae con tention to be held in the city of Mont pelier on Wednesday, May 2, Hfc-'O, at 1(1 o'llcxk in the forenoon, for the pur pose of elect ingt eight delegates and eight alternates to the Republican na tional convention to be held in Vhi- ago. 111.. June e,,l!t2fl. Third: To elect, a -town Republican committee. Fourth: To transact any other prop er and necessary business. Dated at Rarre Town, May 12. 1020. Per order of RF.rURLICAV TOWX COMMITTEE. Republican voters and those who ex pect to vote the Republican ticket in the coming presidential election are hereby notified that a caucus will be held in the Rarre City opera house on Saturday evening, May 13, at 7:30 o'clock. First: To elect a chairman and clerk of the meeting. Second: To elect 10 delegates and 10 alternates to attend the state conven tion to ba held in the city of Mont pelier on Wednesday. May 26, 1920, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the pur pose of electing eight delegates and eight alternates to the Republican na tional convention to be held in Chicago, 111.. June f. 1920. Third: To elect a city Republican ! committee. Fourth: To transact any other prop I er and necessary business. . Dated at Hurr'e City, May 10, 1920. I I'er order of I REPUBLICAN CITY COMMITTEE. TALK OF THE TOWN Regular racals at Sheuard cafe. adv. One show at 7:110, Bijou theatre, to night. adv. , '" Chief of Police Leo Purdy of Spring field was in the city to-day visiting acquaintances. . ' Miiis Susie Wooton of Provineeton, P. Q., is the guest of Mrs. Telle Stone for a few days. Griffith's big special, "Scarlet Days," Bijou theatre to-night. Regular prices. One show, at 7:.'J0. adv. Empty packing boxes, 25c to iiOc each; very handy for any use. Cnll at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. .Iut received at New Dry Goods Store, 18 Elm street, lot of new waists and summer underwear. adv. Mrs. H. A. Dunbar of North street left to-day for St. Albans, to pas ai few days with her daughter, .Mrs. is. V. Weaver. Miss Gertrude Ennis of 14 Terrace avenue ban returned from a four weeks' vUitiug trip to Springfield and Hol yoke, Mass. Robert Phillips of Currier street left last night for Loekport, N. Y., where he is to bo employed as a letter cutter and carver in the eranite industry. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cclla of 24 Vine street returned hrne yesterday after visiting relatives for two weeks in New York City and W'st Hokoben, X. J. Mr. Homer Villi and daughter, Fa ther, who have been spending the win ter in Orlando, Fla., and other south ern points, June returned to their! home on Park street. J You don't need to take time to "doll! up" for the overall and apron dance! to-night at the armory. Montpelier; . per couple. Auspices K. of C Car roll's orchestra. jlv. Special sale of two-, tbrce-'and four burner Kerogas oil stoves, the best in Barre. Irgct line of new and second-hand ranges in Barre. Get prices. E. A. Prindlc. Worthen block. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Matoon began this morning an i:o journey to their home in Ilolyoke, Mass., after making a few days' t.tay with Mrs. E. J. l-.utii and family of M Terrace avenue. Indies who care, appreciate h henna shampoo.', U does not dry the hair, but j brings out the natural color and beiiu- j ty. Trv one and fee the result. Mis I Fox. .12 East street. 'Phone 342-Y.- d. Regular meeting of Granite City lodge. 1. O. O. L.. M. l' will be held in : the Knight of Pythias hall Fridays! night at 7 oehick. Ladies' night will be observed instead of the box oeial. ! Odd ladies note chamrc of plans. James Tasnc of 27 Hniklyn street ' mw completed duties a a deliver) mail I for the Holmes Bakery in preparation to move with h:s family to Utah next week. E. G. Wells, formerly employed on the delivery team of the E.tcrn Estate Tea Co., sureeeds him at his work. Mrs. A. E. Soolt. who has been vis iting her parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. K. j Mnnn of )1." Orange street. f r several! days, returned to-day to her home in, St. Albans, accompanied by Mrs. Fr.tnk; Iluntoon and little son of Perry street. who go to epend a week with Mr;, i Scott. A gronp of friends of Mrs. James S. ' Milne of Liberty street, this morning bade her good-bye as she was starting on the first lap of her journey to the Britif.h Isle. Mrs. Milne left for New! York City, where she i to join the family of her brother, Alexander Mcr-j chant", and on Saturday, May 22, fail for Liverpool, England. j Word has been received in the city! rf the recent marriage of Christina 11.' Rae, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' James TUe of 2 Brook street, to John H. Br.ell, jr.. of Middletown. Conn. Mr. ' and Mrs. Ituell for the present are re siding in New Londin. Mr. Buell will be well remembered by many in this city, who will extend best wishes j and happiness. j John Casallini of Maple avenue has; returned from a fl-hing trip to Plain- ; field that will long be remembered,! since lie is now recovering from a rather bad eohi, contraeted alter a; thrilling experience. With several oth ers he was serenply standing on the river bank, casting his line occasion- ! ally. A trout that looked to be about j 14 inches long wa-s his reward at one pull, but in taking it from the book it j clipped back into the stream and Mr. Casallini went after it. With the as- instance of the other men he regained! the bank and dry land. This happened j about 11 o'clock Saturday morning. A fire was built by his companions and! his clothing were dried piece by pice, at the fireside. Buy Victrolas and Sonora talking machines at ' Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. Ralph Diivis left last night for Bos ton and other Massachusetts points on a few days' business trip. Mrs. W. IT. B. Puny of Waterbury visited with Barre acquaintances yes tenla y. The regular monthly meeting of the trustees of the Iiarre City hospital will be held at the hospital Wednesday evening at H o'clock. The body of J. W. Paine, who died in Haverhill. Mass.. May 10, will be brought to Barre Friday "afternoon, in stead of Thursday, as announced in yesterday's Times, on the 3:25 train and burial . will be in Ihe Elmwood cemetery. ' . - Traffic Manager C. D. Waters of the Granite Manufacturers' association this norniiig reported that some of the em bargoes are being raised and indica tions are that the department will soon be in a position to handle any western shipments offered except those desig nated for Chicago and St. Louis The honor students of the 1020 commercial class of Goddard seminary are: Miss Yera Benjamin of North Montpelier, first honor, and Miss Doro thy l'iersou of Putnamsville, second honor. I he commercial class graduat ing exercises will be held at the school Tuesday, June, 1. Remo Blanch! of this city, president of the class, will read the class history,1 Jeralda Smith of Wells will read the class prophecy. The out-of-town speakers for the com mercial exercises have not yet oecn chosen. Upon instructions received from mil itary authorities at Staten Island, N. Y Arthur II. Tite, son of Mrs. Nellie Tiie, was placed 'under arrest by C'h'ef of Police James Sullivan last evening, and to-day was turned over to the military police of Fort. Ethan Allen. The charL'e aizainel Tite is absence without leave, he having extended a furlough which expired April 15, until the present t ime, j ite is a memoer or the medical corps at the 1. S. A. gen eral hospital at Fort Hill, Staten Is land, X. Y. The funeral of little Elvira Calder.iri of 3rt5 North Alain street, two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luigi Culderari, whose death occurred Fri day morning from burns received by fulling into a tub of scalding water at her home last week, was held from the home Monday afternoon .it 3 o'clock.. The body was takr-n to Hope cemetery for burial, four Italian la die acting as pull hearer. The fu neral was delayed until the arrival of R. lirugnola of" New York City, an un cle of the child. Many beautiful flow ers adorned the small casket. 'Ma Sweet and family'" were in town atain last evening and stopped at the Universalis! church for about an hour t i entertain nearly 300 people with G.eir w it, humor. freakish costumes, songs and numerous speeches. The second part of the program differed from that of the first performance, but was even Iwtter than the flrst ap pearance. James Bennett, the well known tenor, who sank "The Crown of Life," sa'-ig fervently in the lyric tones find gained vigorous applause. Miss Lf-one Rex Holds' sang most pleasingly ".Mighty Like a Rose." Wilfred Eisen winter's "Aladdin's Lamp." solo and Frederick Inglis singing "On the Road t. MnmNlay" were equally entertaining In the tableau. Miss Thelma Smith and Miss Marion Barclay represented I lierty with Paul Leavitt and William Mercer as standard bearers. The au dienee joined in at the finale singing the Star Spanned Banner. Ice cream and cake sold in the parlors of the church augmented considerably the al ready large sum realized from the play. Next week this play is to lie given at a church in Noithtield, request having been made for such. Ill Our Grocer Likes to sell Post ", r T0ASTIES because they sell so fast. Young Men's Suits and Top Coats Wc arc shovvins the latest in Suits and Topcoats, for the young man, the roan of middle age and the older man. The materials are of the best, and the styles will appeal to all. Sec us about them. Frank McWhorter Co. The Woman's Ready -to-Wear Shop May Sale of Petticoats Amonjr the necessary garments are Tetticoats. There are Silk Jersey in plain and fancy colors, straight line and fancv models. ChilTon Taffeta in Black and Colors. Heat herbloom with Silk Flouncing. Lightweight Sateen Petticoats. Plain and Flowered Sateen or Heatherbloom Petticoats. Every woman who likes to save money should see these. If vou would be well "Suited" for little expcn.hture, visit Our Sale of Suits and Coats 20 per cent off Handsome Dainty Blouses Worn with a suit or separate skirt, they impart a fre.h, spring-like air that is delightful, and here they are in all their appealing loveliness. Our Millinery Department Presents Gose-Fitting Hats, Mushroom, and Hats with wide brims are included A Style for Every Type. Visit Our Special of Hats at $1.98 each Smart and pretty Hats for little mbs and sister. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. IUMWJ DRY GdDOTDS COMPANY service: satisfaction 5 Three 9 Sale ay Thursday, Friday, Saturday ,,..' For three days we offer you a chance to make big savings on the very goods you will need for the next thrte months. In other words, we are going to deliver a Knock-Out Blow to Prices We couldn't stay in business long and sell goods at the prices mentioned below, but for three days we're going to help you save. NOTE THE PRICES. WJLLYOUBE WITIIUS? SALE BEGINS THURSDAY MORNING AT 8:30; Ends Saturday Night Palmolive Soap Percales Hair Bow Ribbons Pillow Cases 3 cakes for 25c Dark and light colors 5-inch, all colors 42-inch Per cake':" Value 50c; per yard Value 75c; per yard - Value 50c; each 9c 35c 49c 39c Percale Work Waists Bleached Crash Children's Hose Women's Hose In neat Stripes . (Part Linen) Fine Rib, sizes 6 to 92 Slight seconds; regular Value $1.50; each Value 40c; per yard Value 50c; per pair 50c value; per pair 98c 29c 35c 25c Middy Blouses Figured Voiles Storm Serge Bath Towels With Navy Collar 36 and 40-inch 42-inch, all colors Medium size $2.50 value; each 59c value; per yard Value $2.50 ; per yard 39c Value; each 1.98 39c 1.65 25c Women's Silk Lisle Bed Spreads Women's Ginghams Hose . (77x88) Satin finish Handkerchiefs Lot of Fancy Plaids and Worth to-day 69c Regular $5.00 value Special lot at, Stripes Sale price, per pair Each Each Value 50c; per yard 39c 3.98 5c 35c Knit Under Waists Women? Infant?' Black Hose Georgette Waists Boys and Girls' White Voile Waists Fine rib, sizes 4i2 to 6 All new shades Seconds of 59c Waists $2.50 values Lot to close at, Values up to $.7.98 Each Each Per pair All at 39c L9JJ 19c 5.98 CoreefCovers Night Robes Children's Black Petticoats Hamburg trimmed Crepe or Muslin Muslin Drawers " TFta ?oth Regular 75c value $2.00 values Small sizes only, 2, 4, 6 $2.7i value Each At Value 50c; per pair At 59c 1.49 25c 1.98 Which you are going to need right away, and we offer it at tremendous savings. White Wash Dress Skirts In Pique, Repp and Lmene . We closed out this lot from a big manufacturer at a tre mendous sacrifice. All sizes. Values, $3.00 to $3.50. Your choice at J Wash Dress Colored Muslins, Ginghams and Voiles ;es A big clean up of a manufacturer's samples is the only rea son we can offer these. All new styles. Sizes, 16 to 46. Actual values, $10.00 to $12.50. Your choice at 7.98 Coats, Suits, Dresses Exceptional Values ........... $23.00 cot rn eta rrn ...r?Ol.xJV ailU ALL WOOL SERGE SUITS, AT ...wmtMir inilffC! f s'" t :""::;::::.H5o ;n5 5 Jl!ST25 0FTHOSE We urge you to be on hand early, as many of the lots advertised are limited and will go quickly. Doors Open Thursday Morning at 8. -30. T HE U N I ON DRY GOODS COMPANYJ 9 MONTPELIER MpntjtiT Gun Club Shoot Held T djy Jick Ftnnini Not Present tlmmrnt of thf. fund wrim .Jul.T lt. t)ed on ihf t'-'0 i-rnti. in which tlf town whirh he held ihfir own in population fet any more money than lhey ilid hv. while the town whiih have nuflVred lo in population in the Ut 10 yearn will .nff.r rlurf iin in their annortion ment of money, and will have to settle j The annual h.ot of the Montpelier l.un rliih i takin? plare to day at the Huh ra.ifce between the ,wo "y'; ' the difTerenre Mwern their present al- , There are a.mul "JT.Tf.j jlolment and the ew allotment. m-rkMnen a. nauml. ''""' Jhr board .f rrpi.tn.tion of nun" ;Win? profe-onal trap .her, F j .mintlon. in the repre- i j i,rlOIi vfc 1 r f Hriin.wiVk I "entative hall of the Stat. Hou.e. Ud. Me. . M. J L vJwlTven' I ThumdaT. when ame .10 per.ona will ,Me.. B. I. hel,.re of New fc W ,mlnatioi.. Conn. Oneof the fe. thatj' .retarv of Mate. . ;cr vear,. hut hoe "Jj"" i ifnw of Wi'.freJ Ke,o of St. Alban :p.h,ronret.relMt.nJ.aoTd Hie h f.w t fon ,T , iriff t Hteir .rro. Sir r-. m IM,!;(-m.n. h. 'iLTiallrd Mr. lann'iiu i a favorite with the rrirk'nien and it a th.rtipht poi h'e he mipht roire here to enjor the toiU.wfhif a5thm;' ""t to ho.t m the n.M.h, at the ry: n1y f lf' O.not occur thia jear. i r. h oisnal tif a iM!iemn. hr i(mallrd him to Mop. The erretarr ay tht everr perwin ojierating an automobile fhoiiid he a ...py of the motor vehi clr la and that a r eard ent to He eire1ary i'l obtain a n y of thee. M.rii S. Stone, lieutenant governor T . ' I 1 pelier city council in looking forward ti the report from the Maxim company that the new chemical motor truck i in transit but such a report has rot vet been received o thai it is hardly believed the truck will pet here thix week for there certain work to be done on the truck that cannot be hurried. A. G. Treble, deputy fire marshal, made an investigation of the caue of the Ai fire Tuesday afternoon and tated, following the report to commis sioner, that it wa not -from a ahort cir cuit of electric wire, but that it start ed under the ttaira on the first floor and he believed from carelessness of abe dropped from a pipe, cijrar or ciparette. TOO L.VTF TO CLASSIFY W ANTEl A riitk to tk full rhr ef 10 boaram; writ to "C," Barre Iailr Timi. KOR SALE I'. S. rmm irtor. ?0 n.. nw txr.1 i years a-: ol! style. )a pKer nmninir irder; prica tO.OU; L. F. Ckviant. Rrnrt. VI IXST - Tiday-nht on Stain .trort. en tliTrsn's Hen-fr wt.h with ft al- tachd; finder return to Tim offk-a. aOt; ' Just .Irftiev and t . A. Smith have (on- to' left this m.4ninjr t' Rutland, where v.jt i.i atien.l the annual r.n feren-e of tri'n and pri. labor. t)"er members -f the Vermont dele p.t.on.are I. V.. Week, ft- H. Walker I f- II V..ii Mi-s Ma'r hrcnaham .f rro.t t.- mill reorearnt tioemor tlement at the state em-ampment ,,f th j. A. K V. I- I-aird. an a'toreey in Mont p!ir. eil known in Vahinet.n vun tv. i verv ill at hs home on Hailry aienii- with an at-e in his throat eceive A New Line of Curtain Stretchers. Prices $3.50 and $4.00 Mi.s Mi'T rlrcnacam r rroiof.'s'""' - .h a...tant m mu-c in the edma- I He w,s fe-Un -ly two week. nenartment. is at the ctom ,.... ! .ot recovered en..i,cl, o that he tried 1 er'7 .. kere ! me and thn ert hA I his . . . t .v. ..... hf u.e. He was a very na la.t 1 .e are be'T.p i-ent from the s1a;e , " ""7- He ravmeat the I r-it-d Xa'.-s d- ! At the n.-t.es of the fcoard of .nil ! :. -..e Au a,.4 'ate. fhaa .tune ith'iT. lieM tt eienrr. ! Katn-a l-T.l ' ... . i .... i -. 1 h'-f e ? t,oar d'stritmt ft am";? t- d rT-t!t t in t tt. Mat" hsie tMid tin tV r swoaiey in tit Wai lew lai- T'.e w ! aer- t He he. V !M S.J Two ar'e rrfn.eie.1 lirne the per.. had reran? 'y dwd C. W. Averill & Co. the TrNCl'STRi-o.