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TilK i.AKUK DAlLi TIMES', liAHltti, VT.. MONDAY, MAJiCii 14, 1V21.
The Homer Fitts-Co., Inc. The Store Where Quality Counts BARRE DAILY TIMES. MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1921, ' Spring ashion Arrive Daily in our Garment Seel ion "Smart Style Meets Moderate Price" Vibrant With Charm Are These New Suits and Coats $91.50 $ to 59 .50 Distinction and Freshness Is the keynote of this Spring's showing of Women a and Misses Coats and Suits. Imagine how new and confident you will feel ar rayed in one of these Smart, essentially youthful garments, refreshing in its newness, and embodying the latest style thoughts of Fashion. Come and see them sizes for women and misses, and ali at exceptionally low prices for garments of such fine q'uaity. Wanted Names and addresses of all persons en titled to compensation fo rinjuries and dis ease resulting from military service. NOTIFY ONE OF FOLLOWING COMMUTE : Arthur Broderick, Ward 4 Guy Ottilini, Ward 5 James IJooth, Ward 6 John Muurray, Graniteille' Robert B. Mackie, Chairman Eugene Gapit, Ward 1 James Phillips, Ward 2 Lee A. Maiden, Ward 3 Charles Trentini, Ward 4 The American Legion Post No. 10, Barrc, Vt. This Space Donated By E. A. Drown TALK OF THE TOWN Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Kenned? of Rochester arc guest at tlie home of J. H. Holt of IMF street. Prop in for a social hour and have some afternoon tea at the Congrega tional Kaster sale Vedneday. Big dance at Montpelier armory on Thurday, March 17. Carroll' otvhes tra, nine pieces. C. V. train after the dance. adv. Patronize the apron booth, Congre gational Kaster sale. Notice the cretonne-trimmed apron. They are very preMy. adv. Mrs. Ornha Littel returned Saturday from Williamstown. where she ha been teaching. Williamstown achools j are closed for the spring vacation. "Dinty" is the feature picture at the new theatre for Monday and Tuesday this week. Tl is not necessary to boost this picture, as everybody knows it is one of the best of the year. adv. Have you heard the "Irish Lullaby" as sung by Miss Jennie David? If you haven't you've missed something real nice. Make it a point to hear her on Thursday night at the K. of C. hall. St. Tatrick's musk-ale. adv. ADVESTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES We Want to Call Your Attention To Our Ladies' Fine Driving Coats. Men's and Boys' Sheeplined Coats. Mens Beach Coats. Men's Ulsters. Men's and Boy's Sweaters. Men's Flannel Shirts. Men's Heavy Trousers. The prices are very low and a look will convince you. iThe Frank McWhorter Co. LETTERS TOTHE EDITOR Lee S. Tillotion Should Have Been Giv en Ciedit. Editor, J?arre Time. Barre Vt. Dear Mr. Kdilcr: In the March 11 ixeue of your puper there appears on the front page, under the title fiovernment Pay Vermont," an article which in substance is incorrect. It was a fact that the 1st Vermont infantry was better equipped than any other unit in thi- area due to the fact that Vermont appropriated a large sum of money and Adjutant. General 1-ee S. Tillotson went into the open market and purchased equipment and supplies. Wilh all due respect to Adjutant fien rral II T Johnson. I believe that cred it should go where credit is due. Gen eral II. T. Johnson at that time wa not connected with the Vermont Na tional Guard. The undersigned was a captain in the 1st Vermont infantry at that time and know that General' Tillotson was untiring in his efforts to have the old 1st Vermont fully euiped and right up to the highest standard. ' II. M. Howe. Xorthfield. Vt., March 14. 1921. The Weather.' Cloudy weather with probably snow or rain to night or Tue-sduy; fresh southerly winds. TALK OF WE TOWN Congregational Kaster sale, March 10. adv. Buy home-cooked food at Congrega tional Kaster sale, March lO.adv'. "Dinty." the hip First National pro duction,' cornea to the new theatre Mon day and Tuesday. adv. Misses Katharine nd Helen Boyce nf .InflWcnn . rffnt n?c 'visitim n few days with friends in AVoodstock, X. H. Rig dance at Montpelier armory on TlmrsHiiv. March 17. Carroll's orches tra, nine niece. C- V. train after (ho dance. adv. s Thomas Hopkins arrived from Balti more, Md Saturday to spend a week or so with his sister, Mrs. Mary Mc Carthy, of Summer street. K. A. Drown, the well known dnie- gist, has a special proposition for any one wno is suilering wmi nieumausin. Ask about the Kiieuma plan. aav. Basketball. Tuesdav. March 15. Montpelier post, Xo. 3. v: "Snooks" Bowd A Co., Nprinufield. Mass. Danc ing' after aame. Monty's urchetr. adv. Bring the whole family to the sup per at the Congregatamal church on Wednesday nitfbt. Only Wfu imd 35c: worth more. Four-piece orchestra will furnish music. adv. "Dinty" is 'the feature picture at the new theatre for Monday and Tuesday this week. It is not necessary to boost this picture, as everybody kuows.it is one of tha best of the year. adv. "Burning- of Cork.' Xot a moving picture, or a play, but a piano solo by Miss Dorothy Humphrey a,t the K. of C. hail Thursday night. St. Patrick's musical. It's a real treat. adv. Ree. Mr. Knapp, rector of the Epis copal church at Montpelier, has kindly offered to conduct services at the Church of the Good Shepherd on Tues day evening, March l.". at 7:30 o'clock. Let us show him a cordial welcome by a large attendance of the church mem liers and any others who may be inter ested in hearing Mr. Knapp. A foil at tendance of the choir is requested and to meet in the church at 6:30 o'clock that evening for rehearsal. Webster ville people take notice and be pres ent if convenient. The Spauhling freshmen were de feated by the Montpelier high school freshmen in the Montpelier high school gymnasium Friday night in a close and exciting game by the score of 2ft to IS. The game was fat throughout. Spauld- ing held the lead all t lie way inrougu until the last five minutes, when Mont pelier shot four fouls in succession and won. These two teams are scheduled to meet in Spaulding gymnasium next Friday. The Spauldine freshman team also played, and was defeated by the Montpelier high school freshman sec ond team by the score of 13 "to 5. Revenue officers at the city council .room In the city building this morning announced that they would be at the office continuously from 8 o'clock in the morning until 8 o'clock in the evening In-Hir and tomorrow, the last two .1.,.. ' in u-bii li returns can be filed ! without extra i-harges. as the time limit is set at March l.. The officers request that people refrain from mak ing inquiries by telephone as it not onlv annovs other employes in the city building but aUo hampers them in their work. Anyone filing returns should complete as much as possible and then if assistance is needed bung all data to the revenue officers' office. MONTPELIER Trunk Rifled of Contents During Sat urday Night. What looked like a trunk mystery developed Sunday uiorniiig when ft trunk was discovered in the lot back of the It. Tomasi house on Barre street and was reported to the police. Ollicer P. J. McAvoy was called to the place and he picked up articles of clothing strewn about on the ground, and the trunk and contents were moved to the police station. Lat'c in the day it de veloped that the trunk belonged o George K. !inith of Barre, who had ci-nie to .Montpelier from a point off the Montpelier & Wells River railroad dur ing Saturday forenoon. Some of the ar ticles in the trunk are missing. It is thought to havr been the work of ho boes aiM tliat trie urunK was stolen ili. Writ Itiver station platform and taken to the lot where, during Sat urday night, it was 'Stripped ot audi things as the thieves wanted. Mr. sin,;!, lid not check the trunk at the station where lie boarded the train so that when it was put cIT the train at. Montpelier there was no check on it and very likely the railroad company is not responsible for the loss of articles. W .T f .Tone left In s4 eveninff for Washington, D. C, on granite industry matters. f'uni uiwl Mrs L. A. White are ex- pecited the middle of the week for a visit with A. A. Allen, Mrs. Whites la ther, and other relative in the oity. Mr AIIhii. who has been in the west this inter, is expected home shortly. Miss Mabel Howe, a teacher in the schools in Burlington, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Birtcl Sunday. Lynn Hays of Burlington was in the city Saturday and while here he met Charles Har'pan, a reporter on the Argus. Mr. Hays and Joseph Harpan, father of Charles Harpan, were asso ciated for many years in tieupaper work on the Boston Globe. Mr. Harpan is still a staff man on the Globe, as signed to the block exchange in Boston. Miss Lionide Granney went back to Burlington last evening, after a visit with friends in the city. Quite a lot of granite is being -shipped Hi present and the Montpelier A Wells River seems to be the only branch of the Boston & Maine system that at present is doing any great amount of business. An extra." with two engines attached, was run Friday night to take granite over the line, while an extra, with engines, Sunday brought many cars to Montpelier and Barre for rough stock shipment. Some .'!." cars were brought over the line one day lai week and about 50 shipped out curlier in the week. There were 32 couples present at the dame, given by the Knights of Pythias in their hall s'aturday evening, in spite of the rainy weather. It is one of a series of dance that the lodge is giving this winter for the members and guests. t i N DRY GOODS CO. SERVICE SATISFACTION RANDOLPH Stated convocation of Gran ite chapter. Xo. 2, R. A. M.. T,,Hnv March l.i. at 7 n. in. l"jThe annual meeting of the H H' third capitular district will be held wit 11 uranne cimpier im w Hai. 3 n. m.. lodge of instruc tion. 6 p. m., dinner sefved by Ruth chapter, Xo. 33. O. K. SA. 7 p. m., work, R. A. degree. Per order K. H. P. Card of Thank. We wish t thank the many kind friends and neighbor? for their heart felt sympathy in our recent U-reave-ment. Mrs. .Tames Stuart and family. Miss C. Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dey. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTED k boy ' tot rind tools; North Brr Grnit Co. s" GENTLEMAN Wants Viouiekwpr In family of o": no objection tn ntir with hoy; rw4 horn. H t-ay po- . . Hf..M rwliffion. in firat Irt tar. Writ to Lork Pox 283. Brre. VI. TORSALK A new-set"" off wlry- tools slid benrh : mut r old to t. tl sn tt : inquire of Ortrwie Martin M Mildred Spooner. who has been passing some time wilh her parents, went to Hartford Saturday to visit a former patient, with whrnn she a through months of illnee. The' Randolph Woman's Literary club held its meeting at the home of Mrs. A. H. Powers on Saturday with a large attendance of memlicrs and guests. The meeting was successful in every way and all present enjoyed the privilege of being present. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sautt of St. Al bans ciime on Saturday to pa a few days here with Misses Agnes and Mnlel Sault and other relatives. Mrs. 'tlin of the stock farm is quite ill at the sanatorium, where she baa lieen for care and treatment since lat l'uedav.'Mrs. t atlin has Uen in frail health since last Xovember and just at present is suffering intensely from a very sore mouth and throat. Mrs. Xeit tie Rix, also at the sanatorium for treatment of her throat, is improving but not yet able tnl out. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Ketchum left Sunday for Boston, whereby they will pass two week or more with relatives and friends. Misses Kaniona Hidden and Greta .lohnaon, viho have been here for a week with their parents, while taking a vacation from their studies at Bur ditt college in Boston, have returned to resume their work. The senior clas realized about $100 from their play and dame, which they gave on Friday evening of last week. The play was voted a success, all tak ing their psrt with credit to them selves and honor to their instructor. NORWICH THE WINNER. Defeated at University of Vermont Northfield, 27 to 22. Xorthfield. March 1 1.- Xorwi.h uni versity detested the I'niversity of Ver mont at basketball Ssturdsy night by he score of 2 to ... I tie line-ups KM K low : .where credit d,P Gen -tie "mi. "s" k ; Xora i, h .lohnson at that time or "'i ' " ,, . .,. . ., s:uvtn. - c a r n.ll Kav ; aldo a tair il)tnvt, II.. rood h-y work horf : ccl st tho , Wmi,. more, Jf Smith Stork Farm, RD No. S, Ha-r: trl , .f. ... "M'fc Waite rir brat UtUlty V. MM i ni.ua inpi ........ , won th iiarpi'ikM rriwa for bt utt ' ty pen at Captoi Poultry Show.i Dec. 1 . and made mora powita than any t'hrr thrve competitors: the birds that lay n yar amund: nr. 12. V' '5: 1J J per ion- twins and Biwette. Montiuei ; tel. 40S-Y. 'ftl' Vermont rf. Ileidger If, Poiner c. King . . . .rg.Car;-enter Ig. Katf iifc-iWJtlhHhJ the gjg New York Army & Navy Store STOP 311 North Main Street LOOK Don't Forget OUR Closing Out Sale ISSTILLGOIN'GOX. PAY US A VISIT. IT WILL BE WORTH YOUR WHILE. YOURS FOR BIG BARGAINS. Stabin's Sales Corp'n. Or.e of Many Eranch Stores Throughout the Copntry Substitutes: Harrington for Siayton. Ahton fr Harrington. Whit for Maher: bketa from the floor: Poirier 4. Ileidger 2, 'arrenter, Kat, Slaytim .". Densmore . Waite 2. Han-ington; luiskets from fouN: Poirier 5. Heidger, Siayton: referee, Swaflield, Montelier. WASHING! ON Thr ba iiist' arrived an allotment !-f P.ed t'-ross maerial lor sewing and i Mis olive t'ulef, from whom th work mav 1 obtained, is very anxious that II who ran will take hold and flnih the tpota at one a an early return must f made. Included in the sewing srr baby clothes and also some plain c mg. N SOUTH BARRE jts ! Mo irx 7ire and old and young flk" dsni-e, slipper at Williamt'wn ; ir.n. Thursday eening. Marrh IT. A1 in4st.ion. pictures. jK- ami 2.V-; !ance. ."Hr a omple; supper, .W. Speial fea- Itnre. Tnimpct I'and. nine rel. j Manscrment moing pictures. ad. BROOKF1F.LD Movirg iure and 'U and yiMins folk" jnse. supper at iliianilwwa inn. Ihurodar evnifig. Mar. h IT. Ad mmW.n. jivturee, .Vir and 2.V; : a o.upV; supper. .Vc. Nfnai fa tui. "Trwrnpet lts4. ntr rrel-. Mua;BieBt mttcg j.icturrv ad. EASTEM Less Than Two Weeks Away The new advance Spring Styles in Suits and Coats are ready for your inspection SUITS, S18.75 to S60.00 COATS, 15.00 to 60.00 WATCH OUT FOR OUR SILK SALE Beginning Thursday Announcement in Wednesday's Times THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY n a I WW. iwajra it SWW WBBIH. la.JLIWUMU ... ,MHTaB W Burpee' Stringiest Green Poa ; That yoa my tt the vain olDvnri-u DUALITY SEEDS will, durinf thja month, arnd entirely (r a larc trial pacht B,urPt atrinflnaa Cn Port Basil Saedt. With th. Braaa wa will ! Burpee Booklrt about th brt arada that row, hh absolutely tree. All weaakitthatynu oend u a two rent ttama to pay the pott nr. Write tor your beant today. W. ATLEE BURPEE CO. Sesd Gr.were Philadalphis UN. D. Phelps Co. is lood m any Case H. G. Bennett iwik V'-WaJK IT IS A FACT That mot people who tury Kelly-Springfield tires keep right on buying them. Barrc Garage UtljjlSPli '.''. 'Jll J tuat-y.. lsaaaaaaBaw SI 4 TV " mpire Tires and Tubes BIGGEST AND BEST FABRIC, 6000 mile adjustment CORD ,8000 mile adjustment We believe that the proven quality of these Empire Tiies and our prices make them the best buy you can find in Vermont. Also remember we give 5 per cent cash register slips with all cash tire sales. tr' WE ARE HERE TO PLEASE Telephone 28 Barre, Vt. Offers an Inexpensive I Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. Try An Adv. in i lie Times M The Woman' Ready -to-Wear Shop Corsets and Brassieres That Make an Art of Grooming You mav not realize the imprme.l effe. t you can seeur with your new el. he. 'and vour old ones ly wearing them over a foundation of crr1lr titting VRSKTH and BRASKIKRKS. IVmto.l. "A an eav gis-e of movement are attainable When properly fitted o the right otyle of ;.irsets. Allow w the privilege of eening you in the se lection of this i-owiume iletBj'l. Spet-ial eorseta fr her first rwt, 4 Sjeial eoraets for stout figures. , TtF. FITTKP. LA RKSISTA sriRA-RN'f: tM'.SKTS. MACAIE IREXll tORSKTS. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. uo-ar iViaKers Sepplies Order your Gal v. Bucket Covers, Sugar Pails. Svrup Cans early. We have one and two-quart and gallon size cans. How about Tapping Bits. Kelt Strainer.. Ther mometers, Grimm and Warner Sap Spouts. C. W. Averill & Co. Barre, Vermont th e iVfNCff E$ TH sto r t K M