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TliJii UAlUirt DALLY T1MKS, JiiltllE. VT.. TUi;SUA, 3IAKCH 1, 1921.
omer Fitts Go Incorporated "The Store Where Quality Counts" New Silk Dresses Featuring Approved Fashions for Spring in Canton Crepe, Crepe Meteor and Taffeta Silk. $19.50 to s48.50 These new Silk Frocks place great em phasis on youthfulness. Especially youth ful and alluring are the models enhanced with gay sashes, brilliant embroideries, beaded motifs or original panel treatments. Favored colors are Brown, Navy Blue, Gray and Black. There is a gratifying ar ray of styles to choose from. SUPPLIES for the Sick Room We have everything that is used in the Sick Room Cotton, Gauze, Disinfectants, Thermo meters, Bed Pans, Douche Pans, Gauze Packets, Hot Water Bottles, Ice Bags, Rubber Sheeting, Drinking Tubes, etc. Telephone 630 or 630-W for prompt service. Drown's Drug Store 48 North Main Street ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES Spring Caps and Cloth Hats nre having their first show in here. The patterns are new and the prices are ab solutely r?ht. We shall be pleased to show you. - The - Frank McWhcrter Co. BARRE PATLY TIMES TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1921. The Weather. Cloudy to-night and Wednesday; probably light rain Wednesday; mod erate temperature j light to moderate variable winds. TALK OF THE TOWN Buy March records at Bailey's. adv. Xew Victrolas at Bailey's Musiv Rooms. adv. Oswaldo Cabrini visited friends in Xorthficld over the week end. Vote for the new March Victor rec ord!, on sale to-day at Bailey'a Music Rooms. adv. Mrs. I. M. Kizer of Orange street has gone to YA'illiamstown to spend a week with rela-tivcs. Henry A. Parks of Plairifield was the week-end guest of his brother, H. ,S. Parks, of 2S Averill street. Have your Dodge car overhauled at the Dodge service station, s All -work guaranteed. Palace garage. Tel. 770. adv. Tickets for the Goddard-Spaulding game to-night will be on sale at the Spaulding gym. at 7:15. Admission, 50c. adv. Our ico cream is always fresh and pure, herved at our fountain, either cherry, pistachio or vanilla llavor. Barre Drug Co. adv. Basketball, Armory Hall, Montpelier. Tuesday, March 1st, Montpelic Post. No. 3, vs. "Snooks" Dowd & company of j .Springfield, Mass. adv. Special meeting of Ruth chapter, 'So. 3.'), O. K. 8., for work on Wednesday evening, March 2, at 7 : .'10 o'clock. Homemade candy will be on sale after the mectin. Charles C. Kenyon of Burlington, after spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. X. Kenyon, of Franklin street, returned to Burlington this morning. Ugo Valli, who has been spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Valli, of 3!) Blackwell street, has returned to BufTalo, X. Y., where he is employed as a mechanic. T have been engaged by the I.ane Mfg. Co., to handle their goods in Barre, and any business given me by granite manufacturers will he consid ered a favor. B. H. Griffith, 'phone 5S-W, or Marrion's Cigar Store, 'phone 190. adv. Members of Barre post, Xo. 10; American Legion, may secure tickets for the club dance from Steward James Robertson at the clubhouse. Three picees of Carroll's orchestra have been engaged for , the evening, Thursday March 3, beginning at 8 o'clock and continuing to 12. Refreshments. Tick ets, 7.V; extra ladies free. adv. Golda Douglas, affiliated with the Guidici Bros. Co. until the first of the year, when he severed connections to accept an offor from the Canton Bros, firm as western representative, has just returned from an extensive jour ney through the west, touching Xe braska, Towa, Missouri. Kansas, Illi nois, Indiana and Wisconsin. Mr. Douglas came here from Denver,. Col., though his headquarters are at Peoria, 111. The extent of his stay in Barre is undetermined, but it is understood his family will return with him to the West when he returns to tbe western office. Miss Margaret Ritchie, supervisor of drawing in the Barre schools for two years and who now holds a similar po sition in the public schools of Green field, Mass., is visiting at her home in this city while having a week's vaca tion, the custom at 'the Greenfield schools regarding vacations is different than in BVre, sessions being kept for a period of eight weeks and then dis continued for a week. In this man ner, students attend school for eieht weeks and then have a week's vacation. This system extends the school year well into July, but is a favorite one. nevertheless, with tbe students and teachers. GRANITEVILLE The ladies' aid society will meet in the church hall Wednesday afternoon and evening for quilting. A good at tendance is desired. Florence Maclver, little daughter of Angus Maclver. i very ill at her home on Pearl street. For the benefit of the public: I wii.li to state, as fruardinn of the King chil dren, that the money contributed to them has been given over to Krnest King. Reuben King. A regular stated con vention of Vim-it ia lode, Xo. 10, Knights of Pythias will be held Tuednv evening at 7:30. Per order C. C. jutant. Regular monthly meeting of Barre pot, Xo. 10, American Le jrion. at the rlulihne "n Welnednv evening, March 2. at 7;. to. Per order J. B. Stewart, ad- EAST BARRE (HI Rcjrnlar riveting of Wiichoen tribe, Xo. 19. I. O. R. M., Thursdar evening at 7 o'clock. AH Red Men requented to be nretptit. IlforMi tira,-t ii. aft-r meeting. Srw-ial coniorf inn of Grsn- f0 j Tuedy. March 1. at 7 p. m. r-fT Work. pat and M. h. M. de gree. Per order . M. TALK OF THE TOWN Reliable Sonora phonograph, $100, at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. Mrs. Ly la Richardson Is stopping with her sister, Mrs. Samuel Ahure, at l.ill Xorth Main street. If it's ice cream, have some at our fountain. Cherry, pistachio and vunillu. Barre Drug Co. adv. Here's your lml, daddy; hurry up and order your Roynl tailored Kaster suit. Hutchinson, the Royal Tailor man. adv. " Tickets for the Goddard-Spaulding game to-night will be on sale at the Spaulding gym. at 7:15. Admission, fil)c, adv. Have you ever tatted our cherry, pistachio or vanilla ice cream? If not, come in and enjoy its goouuess. uarre Druif Co. adv. The Barre. Granito and Quarry com pany's quarry will resume operation to-morrow morning. Married men only need report for work. See the latest in Dutnna, Cellophine and Spinix braid hats in all the lat est shades, no two alike. Mrs. Birnie, 4 Laurel street. adv. A meeting of the altar chapter of the Church of the Good Shepherd will be held this evening at the home of Mrs. McLaflin, Clin" street. The ingredients which go to make up the best fountain drinks arc the purest and best. Try some of our vari eties. Barre Drug Co. adv. Mike Attuoni of Xorth Main street, a clerk at the local Western Union telegraph office for the past two years, as completed duties at the oitice. Mrs. Alexander.., (Virdiner, who. has been visiting in Boston and vicinity for the past two months, returned to her home on Hillside avenue last evening. Miss Ida B. Haviland returned last evening from a month's visit with rel atives in Newton, Mass. Miss Haviland resumed her work as dressmaker at the Adams Co. store this morning. Maccabees, attention! Regular meet ing of Harmon review, X'o. 1, will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Entertainment by the March circle. Refreshments. Collector will be at the hall at 7 o'clock. , Samuel J. Aba re of 4."i! Xorth Main street, who has beer, very ill for iJie past four weeks, is in a critical condi tion. His mother, Mrs. Barney Abare, and two brothers, Barney, jr., and Fred Abare of Wnterbury. are with him. A farce, entitled. "The Pink Swan Pattern," w ill lw? given in the assembly room of the I'niversalist rhurch Thurs day evening,' March 3, at 8 o'clock, un der the direction of Miss Blanche T2 den. Admission, adults, 2."e: children under 12, l.c. Ice cream will be on sale. adv. Memlwrs of Barre post, X'o. 10, American Legion, may secure tickets for the club dance from Steward James Robertson at the clubhouse. Three pieces of Carroll's orchestra have been engaged for the evening, Thursday March 3, beginning at 8 o'clock and continuing to 12. Refreshments, Tick ets, "jc; extra ladies free. adv. The Xear Kat relief is the only or ganization which is allowed to do relief work in Turkey and the adjoining countries. It ministers to 110,000 war orphans and is their only hope of ex istence. The territory covered is as i large a Germany, Austria and Bui- garia. The local committee is work-j ing with organizations, asKing each to adopt one orphan at $5 a month, or $00 a vear, which provides food for one child. You and your friends will be most cordially welcomed at the entertain ment given by the ladies of the foreign missionary society at the Methodist church to-morrow evening at 7:30. A varied program of music, reading and an exercise of unusual merit, including a number of young ladies in costume. A freewill offering will he taken. Re freshments served. Homemade candy on sale. adv. MONTPELIER BETHEL TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTED- Firat-rUn utotnnhil imrhanir. do B piy anlm wju knew ht Kvmw tw : rmr Garmr. Rrr. Vt. !tf BOARD AXI ROOM WANTED For man .ij hi. ft - d m; amd rrli In "M. S.. rmrr T.nw off-. 2t WANTEU - A bo roun I rr IT Ter rM t. 4o K.ns m . f.rvn. cm h wfVr liKb oui.ii: cmll T-C2. 2 i' FOR SAI.K- P.rrrsl rirmmih Rswk hlrh- t tuff rrv. . prr .trim ct ns; K.-. b-t i k-i v 2:-S: A son, Carl Calvin, was born Feb. 20 to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. t hat field. Carl Walker has been absent from high school two weeks, because of ill ness. While trimming hides at the tan nery Horace Hill cut off the end of al fin. i 1 ...:ll I... I..:.) it a ! miuuie linger aim win i- ihiu uu iwh or three weeks. A chimney at the home of J. J. Da vis, three miles from the village, burned so fiercely Saturday that his daughter, ho was alone in the house, telephoned to the tannery and Mr. Davis, who work there, made a record rip by team, with no damage done and ev eryone happy. Miss Gretchen Lijniori of Barre, is visiting Miss Kleanor Graham. Wesley H. Dunham has. returned from Randolph, after a week's stay at the sanatorium, following an oera ti.n. C. C. Dwyer of Boston, formerly of this place, was here Saturday. Hale Richards of IJarre. a former res ident, was at the Bascom house Sat urday. The White River Valley Pomona grange will nicf-t in Bethel March 12. The afternoon sesion will be public. The second in the series of .Vsi par tics, given by the Woman's Relief corps for the benefit of child welfare, will be held on Friday afternoon. March 4, at the hT.me of Mrs. W. If. Arnold. James P. Marsh has just framed a well pre.erved rertiticate of perfect at tendance, awarded "Mat-tcr .lame. Marsh" Feb. 24. 17I. .'0 year. ag. by his teacher in this village, Ijiura t. Flynn. now Mrs. J. W. Atw-xd of Ran dolph and Washington. D. l signed by her and tiie nirmbers .f the presiden tial r.smmitter. K D. Horton, M. Syl vester and C. C. Steams, who are well reme mliercd by the Mrr rr-idents a promiiK nt lu.n- nu n of that period. Vmnt hrm for t mr : B. r . N . r nore. ilmuiw. m brr tj.ns. Inn U to I 4i. tl COMTH Card of Thank. We 'h ti express our sinrrre thanks and af preriat i-n to all friends nA T-.-l.it : c. who ai.:wteil ti rttirinrr the death of "r Iwloved husband and father. aln fr ihe fliwrrs. We rsfw rially Ifcnnk Mwtpe!ier smifiary for sending the tlire deV-gate and fl.nrers. Mr.. I ftie M. Iavi. . 1. rrmrd I. Datis, P- rr .-we I- fav , J. f a ei vn i. J. I'rd Dai., tL:rj M. Da.. Harry Colombo, for the Montpelier and Burre Light and Power t company, has sent a report to the secretary of state office that while driving the au tomobile of the power company the macnine ran into the rear end of the A. D. Hayes Dodge car on the high way in Berlin, the accident happening because the front car stopped too quickly without warning. The payment of the annual license fee by the corporations of the state is utriving at the state treasurer's of-, fice. There is about $tl,(MJ0 due. The Granite City Amusement com pany has filed a statement with the. secretary of otate that the company intends to issue 500 shares of stock at $100 a share. Miss Clara Robinson, who has been teacher of the teacher training course in Montpelier seminary, will sever her! connection with that school next' Mon day, leaving for Pennsylvania, where 1 she has a .better opportunity with a 1 better salary attached to the position ! in the state normal school. Miss Rob-j inson is considered by the state board ot education, who assigned her to the seminary as teacher of this course, as one of the best teachers of the course in the state. W. C. White of Xorthfield has settled his account in probate court in the es tate of Eva Parson, late of Berlin. A conference of the Vermont Timber Land Owners' association will take place in Boston Wednesday, which it is very likely W. G. Hastings, state forester, will attend. The meeting is held in Boston because many of the biggest timber land pwners reside in Massachusetts. Three slightly used talking machines for sale at 132 Main street. adv. The officers are keeping their eye out for Sam I.atorie and B. Mazzoni, the latter of whom was stabbed and had been at his home on Foster street while the former was shot and had been at the hospital for care, but has left that place. The affair has been given considerable publicity and the OS SERVICE SATISFACTION Showing LOU; The Spring Styles Have Arrived Handsome models in Georgette and Crepe de Chine, Flesh, White, Bisque, Gray, Navy and Black $3.98 to $10'.00 Cotton Waists in Muslin, Batiste and Voile, the daintiest, prettiest styles you've seen, special showing at ' $2.98 THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY i H U fact that the two men have temporari ly at least left their quarters in the city is not annoying the officers. An inquest took place last week concern ing the matter. High-gradf pianos, talking machine and Brunswick records at 132 Main street. adv. Hiram Pierce was considerably in jured Sunday night by falling on the sidwealk near wnentiey corner, i ins slants tokards the 6treet so that when there is ice or lipht, snow it is slippery. Mr. Pierce came around the corner and fell. Officer Sloan secured an automobile and the man was taken to his home. He was comfortable this morning and it is thought not serious ly injured. Those in the Anollo club enjoyed laughter for some time during TOKENS GIVEN CLERK MACKAY (Continued from first page) the city attorney and George E. Bond! over Mr. Bond s claim for da maces to ... n . v.. . r,i,i o , lO-llll Jill Urt III the evening having seen some lo per- property on Warren street by anna fall u'litla t Imir U4.'.M 1 . ' . . . j walk New Victor Recor OS March 1921 Red Seal Records ALDA, FRANCES 64927 Thoughts of You Sray-Novello, $o-in. list price $i.ss JE GOGOIiZA, EMILIO 64918 John Peel 10-in. list price FLOXZALEY QUARTET 74667 Interludium in Modo Antico Olaiounow 12-in. list price $1.75 GIGLI, BENIAMINO 4933 Mefiatofele Dai campi, dai prati Boito 10-in. list price .25 (From the Green Fitlda) GALLI-CURCI. AMELITA 64929 When Chlorii Sleepi Pierson-Samueli 10-in. list price $1.25 HEIFETZ, JASCHA 74660 (a) Berceuse Paul Juon 2-in. list price $1.75 (b) Valse du Ballet Raymonds Glazounow HOMER, MME. LOUISE 88627 Samson et D1I1U Printempt qui commence (Delilah's Son of Spring) Saint-Saens 12-in. list price $1.75 JOHNSON EDWARD 64930 Lassie 0' Mine Bowles-Walt 10-in. list price $1.23 KINDLER, HANS 64932 Nina Pergolesi 10-in. list price $1 2$ WERRENRATH. REINALD 64931 Colleen 0' My Heaxt Dick-Penn 10-in, list price $1.25 McCORMACK, JOHN 649:6 (a) The Next Market Day ' 10-in. list price $1 jj (b) A BaUynure Ballad TOSCANINI and LA SCALA ORCHESTRA 7466? Symphony in E Flat Major Menuetto Morart 12-in.1 list price $1.7$ 74669 Symphony in E Flat Major Allegro Morart 12-in. list price $1.75 1S719 10-in. list price 85c Honeydew Medley Waltz Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra Heneydew Medley One-Step Joseph C Smith's Orchestra 18712 10-in. list price 65c Broadway Rose Medley Fox Trot, Original Dixieland Jazz Band . Sweet Mamma Medley Fox Trot Original l)iu land Jazz Band 1S721 10-in. list price 85c Rosie Medley Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and His Orvhcra Honolulu Eyes Medley Waltz, l"aul Whiteman and His Orchestra 18718 10-in. list price 85c Biddy Fox Trot The Benson Orchestra of I hieago Somebody Medley One-Step The Benson Orehei.tra of ChicaKo 18724 10-in, list price 85c Rose of My Heart John Stcl When I Looked in Your Wonderful Eyes John Steel 45216 lo-in. list price $1.00 I Have a Dream Merle Alctxk I Cannot Sing the Old Songs Merle Alcisk 18723 10-in. list price 85c Down by the O-HI-0 Billy Murray-Victor KoUn Marimba (Sweet Marimba Mine) Billy Murray J8726 10-in. list pice 85c Beautiful Annatelle Lee Oiarles Hart and K.lliutt Shaw Louisiana 0 Sterling Trio 18727 10-in. list price 85c Medley of Irish Jigs Ji-hn Kimmel Medley of Irish Reels Patrii k .1. T.mh.-y 45215 10-in, list price It.oo A Yonng Man's Fancy lie M.ne- Roses of Memory Iinilwrt Mmuphy 10715 10-in. list price 83c I Used to Love You, But It's All Over Now Henry Purr and Pi-i-ilc-s yisrt t Dolly (I Loe You) l'.rrles y uirt -t 35705 12-in. list price $1.35 Gems from "Jimmie" Vk-tor I.i;ht pra lotnpnity Gems from "Honey Girl" Victor Lipit Oj-ra t'miau)- sons fall while they were sitting near one or trie windows, hater Supt. K. A. Witham was advised of the conditions and he placed sand on the walk. For sale at a bargain, upright piano, 1.12 Main street. adv. RANDOLPH Dr. Martin D. Kneeland spoke here at the union service tut the Methodist church on Sunday night on the Sab j bath day question. Mr. and Mrs. C. 17. .Tones of Montpel lier arrved here Monday for a stay of :Some length with Mr. "and Mrs. K. A. Heath. j Mrs. Fannie Vinton, called here by jthe death of Wilford Sowles. returned j on Monday to Melrose, Mas . where 1 she will pass the time till June with Mr. and Mrs: Thresher. Mrs. Vinton expects to be here in the summer. Mrs. A. K. Hall returned with her sister, Miss Bertha Manney, to Bos ton and Mr. Hall joined her "later thei. and they will visit Mr. Hall's mother at Somerville, before returning home. of the raising of the. grade, Mr. Wish- art, the city attorney, not responding. Clerk Mackay reported that repeated1 efforts to get in touch with t'he na tional humane alliance in order to cure pernvsion for re-location of the granite drinking fountain, which stool for many years at the corner of Wash ington and Main street, had been lu tile. Intimation had come to him, how ever, that the alliance was practically a aetunct organization. I he city wilt, make another effort to tret in toucjj (with the officers of tbe all'innre. failing which, it will prnbablv pro-Ted to re locate the fountain at the junction i'f Washington and Church st-cets. A new cement mixer wi-i among the bills ordered paid, the mier having been bought of Waldo Bros. & Bond Co. for $1,044. Other bills ordered paid were: Street superintendent's orders, $59.27; J. F. Spencer, $48: James Mae kay, two tnonths' salary, marriage, . birth and death records for eight nonlhs and preparation of real estate transfers for assessors, $240.23; Miss (iridley. $20; C. L. Booth, $20; police) pay, $S4.0"-, firemen's pay. 102.55: wa ter department pay, $l(tfi.2(t; engineer ing pay. $12.08; street men's pay, $340.70; stamped envelopes, $11.40. Bridget Scores. Mistress (helping to prepare dinner) It's an old savins. Bridget, that ioo many cooks spoil the brth. What do 1 you think? j Bridget Sure, ma'am, there's noth ing to worry about ; there's only one cook here. Boston Transcript. Not for Feminine Ears. "Why do you srt there tooting the automobile horn t" asked a passing friend. "My hrislmnd told me to, so that I wouldn't Invar his remarks while he is fixing the machine.". Boston Transcript. :f1 ssni M N. D. Phelps Co. lis? Coming Watch This Space Phone 28 Barre, Vt. j Cummings & Levis Druggists, 54 North Main Street The Woman's Ready -to-Wear Shop Silk Frocks Smart in style, varied n color and fabric. One fresh new dress right now will tone up a dull wardrobe im mensely. INVESTIGATE. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. A Clean Up on Horse Blankets We have cut our prices in half on all Horse Iilankets. There are 19 Stable and four Street IJlankcts. Come early and get one. There is 33 1-3 per cent discount on Wool Auto Robes. J C. W. Averill & Co. ( Barre, Vermnt the ivxcffssrin t.