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- ; Homer FittsCo.Jnc.; The Store Where Quality Counts' Easter Is Coming And You Will Need to Be Smartly Attired Those who select Easter outfits now have the advantage of wider assortments and a full season's service from each se lection. Besides prices are so favorable there is no reason to wait. You will find here Saturday new garments with all the little distinguishing details, the uncommon smartness and the high quality discriminating women are wont to demand in their attire. New Easter Suits Smart styles in Navy Blue, Tricotine or Serge. Many of them handsomely embroidered or trimmed with silk braid. Wool Jersey Suits in two-tone heather shades. Every suit presented is notable for its handsome tailoring and ex ceedingly moderate price. 29 50 to '49 .50 New Easter Coats Graceful Wraps, three-quarter and full length Coats are included in this Easter show ing. They are made of such wanted fabrics as Bolivia, ''e lour, Polo Cloth, Covert Cloth and Tweed. Colors vary and prices are moderate. 12'50 to 3950 Special Items Featured for Saturday Every One Specially Priced and An Exceptional Value White Voile Waists 98c each An assortment of broken size and discontinued styles. Some slightly soiled from counter display. Sizes 36 to 46. For mer prices were $1.75 to $2.98. Large Size Turkish Towels 49c each One of the best towel values we have ever offered. Large bath size, and unusually firm and heavy. Cotton Huck Towels 122C each Good hand size and made of firm quality bleached cotton huck. Plain white and red striped borders. Cotton Crash Toweling 12c yard Good wearing and absorbent, 17 inches wide, full bleached with blue borders. Just right for kitchen and dish towels. Percale Aprons 49c each 3 for $1.19 Vai.t aprons made of beft quality percale in good variety Of light designs. Buy three and save 2Sc 40-Inch Unbleached Cotton . 15c yard 10 Yards to a Customer Same grade as we sold last Sat urday for the same price. 500 yards direct from the mill. Only 50 customers can get in on this, so get here early. , v i 'i.vi llidiAV. MAUClf lih 1921. . ilJliiCI, US ttlU J, Y A ' - - ' , j 1 1 11 ,' . ' ' 1 ,.-, ... . uuui.jujjmJLa J SEaBraSESTfl 1 IURRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, MARCH 19, J92U The Weather. Iiicrontiintf oloudhu'ns followed by tain late tu-iiifflit or Suniluy; warmer; iru'rcaslng southerly winds. TALK OF THE TOWN Tlic Tourist club will mcot with Mra. B. A. Eastman Monday afternoon. UiKgest line of baseball good ever in Barre. The N. I). Phelps Co., Inc. adv. Xurse' benefit dance, April 0. in Howlaml ball. Carroll's eijflit -piece or chestra. adv. Minn Stella Brook of the liipli school faculty has pone to iMiddlebury for the Kamter vacation. . Remember the time, place and price new sugar, Methodist church, Mon day night, B to 8, 2jc adv. Memliera of the. music department at Goddard seminary will give a recital there Monday evening at 8 o'clock, to which the public is invited. Just received a supply of 1'. S. army kit bags, russet grain leather, with shoulder Mraps. Price, $.1.50. S. N. Parker, Merchant Mreet. auv- Mrs. J. B. Kstee of Montpelier will addree the Woman's rlub at its regu lar meeting next Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. Her subject will be, "An AcWmnt with Myself." Henry Jenkins, who has been em ployed an' a watchman ait the fiarre Gas Co.'g plant, on Granite street dur ing the winter months, has completed his duties there. Dance in Clan Gordon hall Satur day, March 2(i, auspices associate mem bers Meadow Brook Gulf club. Music something different. A couple 0c, extra ladies 15c. adv. The Granite Savings Bank k Trust Co. is nearly ready to move into its new bankin; rooms and it offers for sale its old jrril'le "and counters. These will make excellent office equipment. For further information call at the bank. adv. Rev. George Y. Bliss, bishop coad jutor of the Vermont diocese, will bo in Barre during the next' four days, having charge of the services of the Church of the Good Shepherd to-morrow and remaining over Monday, Tues day and Wednesday and holding serv ices. The funeral of Mrs. William A. Wrry, who died Thursday afternoon, after a -long illness, will be held to morrow (Sunday), a prayer service be ing held at the house, KM Washington street, at 2 o'clock, followed by the service at the Baptist church at 2:TO. Interment t to be in Klmwood cem etery. Mis Christina Munro was the cen tral figure in a social gathering at the nurses' dormitory last evening when fellow nuri.es and friend came togeth er to make merry the occasion of her graduation from the training school. The evening was given over to sing ing. -daiH-ig and the playing of games. Miss Munro, much to the dclipht of the company, was called upon to follow the windings of countless yards of twine, at various intervals stopping to read some bit of original poetry that accompanied a gift. Among the remem brances wa the official emblematic pin of the institution. Delicious re freshments of ice cream, rake, wafers and fruit were served and a very good time had by all. Miss Munro received her diploma to-day. She expects to re main here for a time at least. With the suspension of classes yes terday over a two weeks' recess, several teachers in the eitv puhlie schools left esterday and to-day for their homes or elsewhere to pt.s the holidays. Among them were: Miss lvonne Skin ner, teacher in the third grade at North ''arre, to her home in Waitsfield; Miss Louise Ftarler, teacher at North Barre, to Boston, where he will visit a sis ter; Miss Kleanor Hall, supervisor of drawing, to her home in Ksscx, Mas.: Miss Margaret Raine, teacher at ward vp, to her home in St. Johnsbury ; Mifc Alice Stralhern. teacher of the :ghth grade at Spaulding, to her borne in Island I'ond; -Miss Marion Burbank, teacher at AyeiW street, to her home in Concord; Mi Bessie Ryder. tea her at Lincoln, to her home in Morrisville, nd Miss Doris Binks of the high school ! faculty, to her home in Franklin, X. H. WEBSTERV1LLE Dance at Gilbert's hall Friday, April 1. Carroll's orchestra. adv. Catholic Order of Foresters, attn tion! All Foresters will meet Sumtay morning at th convent M 7:10 for the purpose of attending noiy communion in a bodv. Wear white gloves and badges, Per order Theodore Uscor, rec. see. The adjourned meeting of Robert Emmet court. No. 664. will he held at Miles ball Tuesday. March Busi ness of importance. Per order .TlodoTe Laseor, ree. sec. TALK OF THE TOWN Children's white dresses at very low prices. It will pay you to come and see them. Bane Bargain Store. Men's raincoats and spring coats, the I'. S. advertised line, at prices to interest you. Come and look them over. Barre Bargain Store. Old and voung folks'dance, Clan Gor don hull. Saturday evening, March 10. Ti,.,f,t U U of A. drill team. Ad mission, 00e a couple, extra ladies, H)c j adv. , Dr. Leoiihardt's Hem-Hold tablets j are an easy effective treatment for all Pile trouble. Don't consent to an opera- j tiwi-try Hem-Roid. Removes, the. cause quickly. .Honey iravn u u says H. A. lrivn. adv. Hat hospital AH kinds of ladies' and (rents' hats cleaned and reshaped. All kinds of shoes dyed and cleaned. First class shoe shining. All work guaran teed to be satisfactory. Come in and look mo over. D. Bruzzese, 137 North Main street. The Granite Savings Bank & Trust Co. is nearly ready to move into its new banking rooms and it offers for sale its old grille and counters. These will make excellent office equipment. For further information call at the bank. adv. A large shipment of percales, cotton, gingliams just in to be sold at the lowest market prices. Silk dresses and a nice line of spring coats at very low prices. Come in and see our selection before buying elsewhere. The prices shouldTnake it worth your while. Barre Bargain Store. One of the largest attended regular meetings in the history of the Ma-ea-bees was held Wednesday evening in K. of P. hall. A class of five candidates was initiated and 16 applications were received. After the meeting, a binquct was served in the dining room by the March cireK with Mrs. Elizabeth Sar-i-ent and -Mrs. Mary Aat acting as ! n irnipu. At the Methodist church last eve ning the Kpworth league entertained! the deaconesses and the young people of the North Barre mission at a sup per and a social time. After a fine sup per had been served at H o'clock, a short impromptu program, con-sisting of vo cal and instrumental selections and a reading, was in order. The boys' trio of the mission contributed a song; Alice Bartlett read: Marjorie Smith gave a violin solo, accompanied on the piano by Miss Ktbel Voting, and Misses Mary and Bertha Higg rendered a duet. Fol lowing the program a round of games brought to a completion a very pleas ant evening. . In the window of the Bell 4 Hous ton jewelry store are displayed pictures of the basketball teams of Spaulding high school and Goddard seminary, the former team beinir champions of the I northern Vermont interscholastic has ketball league, and the seminary team claiming tifle to the championship of all preparatory schools in the state. The Spaulding' picture includes the sil ver cup, the t'ophy of the School Mas ters of Vermont to the team winning the championship of the league for three years. The pictures of hoth teams were taken yesterday by H. A. Rockwood at his studio in the Currier building, where duplicate pictures of iNith team may be procured. The Lane Davis Co. of 511 North Main street through its experiem-e of last year found it necessary to extend its vulcanizing and tire repair shop to apartments on the second floor of the building it occupies. The lower floor, originally, was large enough to accommodate the" business, but since the firm intends to hiid!e all fizc of Ajax tires and many automobile and tire accessories the extension to the second floor is deemed necessary. A tire rack 20 feet long is being erected on the lower floor and an eight-foot counter being installed. In the mean time two separate workrooms are be ing fitted and equipped for the tnost up to-dat-e methods of vulcanizing, one room lieing equipped a a preparation room in which tires will be dissembled for vulcanizing, and another as a n ishing room. In the latter apartment will be a gas drier, thus enabling the vuhanizer to work almost immediately upon tires needing repairing even though saturated with water when broupht to the shop. It is necessary that tires be free of water when vul canized, and unless dried in some man ner could not le repaired a few minutes after entering the shop. - Granite Cutters' International Associa tion of Anoxic. A re.oilar meetiaj f the Barre branch of the G. C. I. A. will be held in Clan Gordo-i hall. Fiction of financial secretary and delegate to convention. t'na Viunione reuolare dell uniom delgi Scalpellini (cianch di Uairet pra luogo nella sala Clan Gorduij. I.lezio.ie del sceretario di finanz. Flcziont di un delctnto per il oongrisso. On Monday eveninsr. March 21, It;, at 7 o'clock. J. Mcernan, Sec. We Want to Call Your Attention To Our Ladies' Fine Driving Coats. Mens and Boys' Sheeplined Coats. Men's 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. The; Frank McWhorter Co. UNION BUY OOP SERVICE SATISFACTION PMNG SILK SALE THREE DAYS Thursday Friday Saturday Silk Shirttags ; Satin Stripe Java Crepes Satin Stripe Broadcloths Art Silk Shirtings A most beautiful assortment of patterns'. While there is about 35 per cent fie Egyptian yarn mixed in them, it is hard to tell them from all-silk, and they wear very much better than pure silk. These silks sold for $2.50 only a few months ago. We offer them to you for three days at the unheard of price of yd. Made specially for Men's Shirts, but they are wonderful for Women's Shirtwaists Another Lot We also offer -you a choice assortment of patterns in Pure Silk Broadcloth Shirtings Extra heavy quality, sold six months ago at $4.00 per yard. We offer them during this sale only at v 70 Per pjL.fl yd- Our Best Quality Messalines Plain Colors and Beautiful Changeable3 Arc S1.95 per yard SEE WINDOW DISPLAY OF SILK SHIRTINGS Then make your selection, for you will want several patterns when you see them. Three yards is a good shirt pattern. THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY Batteries Don't throw away your old battery until we have had a look at it. We may be able to save you money by repairing it. We have a battery repaid man who will tell you at once if your battery is worth repairing. Do it now. Don't wait un til you are ready to start your car and then find txiat you cannot. ,i, i 1 1 1 -1 i Ti The Woman's Ready-to-Wear Shop Suits, Goats Special purchases made at a great saving enable the yt store to render its patrons these timely values, laspec- ! tion alone can prove the unusual savings to be made at this : earlv imie" in the season. Wisdom demands that every j woman take her wardrobe carefully into account and avail herself of the remarkable saving now possible. , Endless Variety in the Suits There are many new styles approved by Fashion this spring. The modish tailored suit, the suit with the jaunty box coat or any one of the other pleasing modes. Wftich? A Cape, Wrap or Coat ? A good knockabout coat to w-ear in ' he automobile or maybe you need a more stylish wrap. There are any number of practical styles to fit in with both needs. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. We have a large stock cf new "Exifce" batteries that will fit any car that we can sell as reasonable as any battery made. We have an "Ejcifcc" lottery for your Ford. Fully Guaranteed. Harvey & Mower H. G. Bennett K. MACRAE K No. io Miles Bldf., Phone 364 Orer Red Cross Pharmicy. To-day a Special Easter Sale of Coats, Suits, etc. Smart Coats from :$11.7. up Stylish (oats from $18.75 up, Save on Your Easter Garment Purchases and Buy To-day (No charge for alterations) New Waists just in at New Low Trices Voile Waists at $1.48, $1.93, $2.39, $2.95, $.115 Georgette Waists and Iilouses . , $3.39, $6.75 Special Sale of House Aprons to-day at 89c, 9Sc. 1.18, $1.59, $1.5 JDSI Vf ONE FLIGHT Tie s"U expense men bij wvlaf te y K' 111 P$ I vv IT IS A FACT Tint imt pri'V lio buy KrlT-Sprir;S,-U tc k-p t;pH o buvir.jr thfm. Batrc Garage cm M akers: Sugar Supplies Order your Galv. Bucket Cover?. Sugar Tails. SvruT Cans early. We have one and two-quart and gallon size cans. How about TaFr"'? Pits. Felt Strainers. Ther mometers, Grimm and Warner Sap Spouts. C. W. Averill & Co. Barre, Vermont the WMC!fSTR store P " II!