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UK llAlilU DAILY TJMKS, BAKKE, VT, ilOXDAV, MAKCH 28, 1021.
iil Homer Fitts Go. Incorporated "The Store Where Quality Courtis' " ' Announcing New Arrivals of "Betty Wales Dresses C Each new shipment that arrives offers styles more al luring than the last. 1 Certainly one could not wish for more charming or becoming Dresses than these new "Betty Wales" mod els. They are made of superb quality. Taffeta Silk and Crepe de Chine in the leading shades for Spring, Brown, Gray and Navy Blue J The smart youthful styles, the ex cellent workmanship and the superi or quality of the fabrics endow these dresses with so much verve and indi viduality that discriminating women will quickly recognize, their distinc tion. $35.00 to $56.50 r 7 Wit: lift: Sold at thil Mors, excia&ivetu The time has arrived when you will be interested in a Topcoaf or Raincoat Before purchasing give us a look. The new Spring Hats are here. Frank McWhorter Co. BARRE DAILY TIMES ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1921. The Weather. Rain and somewhat colder to night; Tuesday fair and colder, with cold wave in the interior; fresh north., shifting to strong southwest winds. TALK OF THE TOWN ' 'Springtime," Woman' club. adv. (See the splendid new piano for $373 at Builey'g Music Rooms. adv. Kverybody come to the pantomime and dahce, Howland hall, March 30. adv. The tinrnle consulate will meet at . . ' ' - - . . ... .!! r. the homp ot .Mrs. Acme pinm-m day evening at 7. The Episenpul Imzaar will be held in Howland hall March 30, afternoon and evening. adv. Lewis Rickert will he pleased to see all of his old. friends at Barre's pro gressive pharmacy. adv. s H. V. Cutler of the Cutler A Sons garage went to Burlington this morn ing to remain a few days on business. Sugar social in grange hall. South Harre, Tuesday, March 29. Children, l.V. adults 23c. Kverybody cordially invited. adv. Miss Gladvs Turner of Burlington visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner, of Hall street, over Sunday. James Biggs of the University of Vermont, Burlington, a l!t'i0 graduate of Spaulding Inch school, visited in the city over Sunday. Newell Parker, who is employed in the Central Vermont railroad station at St. Albans, visited at his home-on Spaulding street over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Davis of Trow hill, who have been in Boston on a combined pleasure and business trip, returned to the city Saturday night. The R. U. chili' will liold a dance in the Clan Gordon hall Friday, April 1. Morely's four-piece orchestra. A good time assured to every member. Come all. Salvatore Casselini, who is enjoying a recess from his studies in the Bry ant 4. Stratton business college of Boston, is employed at the Quarry Savings Bank & Trust company for a few days. Peter Coutts, a memlfcr of Cncle Sam's naval Hying corps, and at pres ent attached to the naval station at Hampton Roads, Va., is passing a 30 dav furlough at the home of his fa ther, Alexander Coutts, of 327 North Main street. An exceptionally fine cast has been secured for the production of "Spring time," including some of the best mu sical and dramatic talent in the city, among them Max Fisher, Klena Bar beri, Leone Reynolds. Blanche Tilden. Watch for the whole cast later. adv. Mr. and Mn. T. W. Dix returned to Burlington Saturday morning. Rachel A. Dix left for Saxtons River yester day morning .where slip is teaching home economics, after spending her Easter vacation at the borne of her mother, Addie F. Dix, of Brook street. Regular meeting of lumpers, boxers and derrickmen's union will be held in Foresters' hall. Wort hen block, Mon day evening, March 28, at 7:30 o'clock. Let every member be present who pos sibly can. Will meet the shop stew ards before the regular meeting. II. C. Allen, cor sec. Miss Nina Casselini of Maple avenue left to-day on the first lap of er cross-continental journey, going to Montreal, where she will visit relatives for a few days. She will be joined the latter part of the week by Mr. and Mrs. Oreste Boffinn and son, Kdo, and will continue her trip to Los Angeles, Cal. IL Sibley Young, son of William Young of Hill street, a junior in the engineering college at the I'niver&ity of Vermont, and formerly a member of the Spaulding high school baseball team of the 1917 season, was the only Barre boy to make the southern trip with the' University of Vermont baseball team. "Sib" lias been a member of the Vermont baseball squad during the past two years, and his playing under the coaching of Clyde Jungle has shown a whole lot of promise. I.at year he was re tained on the squad a a substitute catcher. W goes on the trio this vear as a likelv outfielder. "Sib" made a reputation for himself around Barre as a hitter, and according to reports from Barre young men who attend the university, and to one or two items in the Burlington Fre J rre, he is hitting the ball on the "nm-e" this spring. The Vermont team left for Washington, 1). ('., Saturday night, where they will go into training before they meet Catholic university and Oeorsetown university in that citv toward the lat ter part of next week; then they will come north, playing taliigh university at Bethlehem. Vu.. Prini'cton at Prince ton. N. Columbia at New York and Yale at New Haven. It is quite like ly that other teams will be met on the trip alo. Notic. An adjourned meeting of the Barre branch of the (!. I'. 1. A. will 1 held in the rooms, Scampini block, for the purpose of voting fr delegates to the A. F. of I- and B. T. D. conventions. Members will bring their card and have them stamped. Avriso. l"n meeting aggiArnato del branch di Barre, J. C. I. A. ssra' tenuto nei locali Scampini bhck. Lunedi 23 Marin dalle tire 4 alle ore 8 p. m. per votare i dele gati che dovranno rappresentare la nor tra unione al I'ongresso del' A. F. of ! I memhri dovranno portare la carta per essere timbrsta. Monday. March 2S, 1921. from 4 to p. m. .1. McKernan, secretary. Special Notice. qp Md Fellow, and Relwk ah: There will In- an en- ' tertainment in I. O. O. F. hall. ;rdon Mock, VHneday ee ning. March at 7 oYUxk. Mui cal numbers, card plajing. ii(rar on snow, dncins. Viiting (Mil Fellows and Relekli. o-rdiallv invited. No charge for admision. Aeserve this dtc. Per order committee. TALK OF THE TOWN 2r Spo ial convocation of I. run ?i"e fhsrtrr. -. K. A. M . Rehearsal for pantomime at Epis copal church vestrv to-night (Monday) at fi:30. N.irses' benefit dance, April fl, in HowUiul hall. " Carroll's eight-piece or chestra. adv. " Baptist Philatheas! There will be a work meeting Tuesday evening at the Community house; Tickets may be procured i the Mc Whorter store for the pantomime, "A Day at the Railroad Station;" 25c adv. Introducing Manhattan pudding and custard ice cream to-day. Special intro ductory price, 25c. Barre Drug Co. adv. ' , Special meeting of the board of di rectors of the Barre Woman's club at 2:15 Tuesday, March 29, in Howland hall. adv. Miss Ruth Fisher, who spent East er with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cilley of South Main street; returned to Pike, N. II., this a"rning. To-night at the new theatre, '"io mads of the North'," a big First Na tional attraction, with a great com edy and news reel. adv. Miss Sarah Hathaway arrived Sat urday afternoon and is spending the week with her aunt? Mrs. Freeman Cilley of 14 South Main street. Clarence Carpenter arrived from the University of Vermont in Burlington early Sunday morning to visit at his home on Allen street over the week end. James Mcllardy, who in enrolled in the business administration depart ment of Boston university, and who has been visiting at his home in the city during the past week, returned to Boston last night. -. Members of the Netop rlass of the M. E. Sunday school and their hus bands are invited to attend a sugar social Tuesday evening, March 29, at the home of Sirs. C. A. Dodge, Mont pelier road. Members arc requested if possible to take the fl o'clock car from Barre. Please bring dih and spoon. To-night in the Masonic rooms the annual assembly of Royal and Select Masters of district No. 3, which in cludes the councils of Montpelier, Randolph and Barre, will be held, ilie meeting commencing at 7 o'clock. A number of grand oflicers will be pres ent, including Edwin H. Clift of Fair Haven and Aaron II. (irout of New port. Refreshments will be aerved at the close. It was IT. E. Reynolds of Washing ton street who was operated on at the Barre City hospital for appendicitis and not Mrs. Reynolds, as erroneously stated in Saturday's Times. Mr. Rey nolds, who Is in company with his brother, C C. Reynolds, in a bobbin business in f;traflVrd, had been suffer ing with the trouble for some time and returned to Barre Friday afternoon, going to the hospital that night and having an operation performed nt once. Although it was a very bad case, he was quite comfortable yesterday. As you enter the new 'theatre to day, an envelope will lie handed to you containing a card on which you should write your name. On the out side of the envelop write the name vou propose for the theatre. These names will be locked over by a com mittee of three persons not connected with the theatre in any way and the one presenting the most suitable name w ill lie handed the ". Envelopes and cards will be given out when you come into the theatre Monday and must be in before 10 o'clock Tuesday night. The successful persons will lie announced Wednesday night after the first show, adv. WHY do you prevent accident! by looking over machinery carefully oiling and strengthening its parts when you do not do the same thing for your body to PREVENT licknessf BOVININE The Food Tonic . even when you are "well" wards off the attacks of disease gernu. Think then f.ke home a bot tie of BOVININE tonight. For rrt thirty ra rforlor hM prescribed BOVININK il druf .cures Kit it 6 o. bottle. S .TO 12ez. rxsUe. 1.15 THE lOl'INIKg CO. 7S . Una Urt I2 Hit i UNION P1RY (GOODS CO, SERVICE-SATISFACTION MONTPELIER I've got most of the marbles in our block, and I wish I had all the PostToasties says Superior Corn Flakes Easter Sunday Well Observed in the; , Various Churches. j Easter Sunday sen ices were con-' ducted in the several churches of the j city very appropriately. At the Sal-1 vation Army hall their special serv-1 ice took place in the evening when Easter songs were sung. At the Bap- tist church music and recitations, fol-j Ioed by a play suitable for Easter j took place. In the Unitarian church) the cantata ' rrom icaiti to i.ue was i j sung uy l,. II. maine, .nss uiauys Tupper, Miss Wood and Webster Mil ler, while Mrs. Helen Richards pre sided at the pipe organ. The "Story of White Pine" was given in the eve ning and Easter services occurred in the Sunday school program. Confirma tion and sermon by Bishop A. C. A. Hall occurred at the Episcopal church and in the afternoon a children's serv ice was conducted and-an Easter pro gram was given by the choir at the evening worship, with aolos by Perley Pitkin, Misses Edith Brooks and Kathleen Harrison, Mrs. R. J. Fitz gerald and Mrs. .1. E. n. Sibson. At the Congregational church a o'clock morning service tool: place, followed at 10:30 o'clock with baptismal serv ice and reception of new members. Senator Williams spoke to the men's forum in the afternoon upon "The Welsh People." A pageant was held at the Methodist church in the eve ning, in which many of the children of the Sunday school took part, some 50 being costumed. A fitting Easter sermon was given at the morning service, followed by baptisms and re ception of new memliers. At St. Au gustine's church, Rev. P. J. Long gave an excellent sermon and the choir sang special Easter music All of the serv ices were largely attended and the churches were appropriately decorated for the event. Sells - Coats - Wraps Styled and Priced to Meet With Your Instant Approval SUITS of fine SERGE and finest quality TRICO TINE Navy Blue is the leading color, Tans come next. Priced 22.50 to 60.00 Special-All-wool JERSEY "Suits in Heather mix turesBlue, Olive, Brown, at 16.75. New Dresses, New Blouses, Silk Tie-Backs, Summer Furs, Marabon and Ostrich Capes. New All-wool SERGE Skirts in the new and popu lar knife-pleated models -at 5.00. Black Cat UNION DRY GOODS Munslng Hosiery Company Underwear TALK OF i HE TOWN Soda fountain service that is differ ent. The Barre Drug Co. adv. Special h-e cream bricks to-day. Spe cial introductory price, 25c. Barre Drug Co. adv. Dog owners have only five more day t- nay their dog license at the city clerk's office. fcfx v' . ff Krrp-: WITM . yhers may be cheaper in the beginning, but Kelly-Sprinfie!ds are cheaper in the end. Try a set, and then be convinced. Coach Walker of Montpelier semi narv has a hard job ahead of him to develop a baseball team the coming I season. Practically all of his infield I is gone, (Vrasola being the only one j left, and he can only play a part of j me games. ijomnara, who was to catch. Woodward. StaiulifT and Oould of last year's team, have gone. There is no pitcher, so that men will have to be developed for these positions, excepting second, where Cerasola probably will have no opposition. The schedule which will be issued the com I ii K week, it i" expected. dies not bid fair, saiil Coach Walker, to be a very heavy one. The funeral of Airs. Alma Hunt ington took place from her late home at 2 o clock Sunday afternoon and was private in nature. Rev. W. S. N'ichoN officiated. The bearers wer Fred Blanchard. It. Carl Smith. C. S. Whi.tier and J. C. Cowan. The in terment will be in Oreen Mount eem-eterr. Governor James Hartncss and Adjt. Hen. H. E. .Johnson will go to-morrow to Xewport. where the opening and dedication of the new- armory will take place with fittinp exercises, in which it is expected that each will take part. Col. I.. C. Scherer of the head(Urters in Boston of the lt armr corps will come to Windsor thi week to make the federal inpection of company , which has recently been organized in that village. The eomrxinv has come alotisr fat. Monuments of the latest models, at tractive and low priced. Write for de signs. J. O. Bilodcau 4 Co., Inc., Barre. adv. Painters, Attention. Local IS.'i, painters and decorators, will hold its next regular meeting on Tuesday. March 2!. at 7:30 a. m. in carpenters' hall. All members are re quested and notified to attend. A. M. Stafford, K. S. Trr the finest ice cream. Manhattan puddinf. custard, coffee. Barre Drug Co. adv. Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Yo.ur Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. Just Received A New Line of Boy's and Children's Clothing In the latest models and newest fabrics, they are snappy, neat looking and give the boys a smart appearance ; the price range ' is always a large one for you to choose from. $1.00, $4.50, $3.00, $3.50, $6.00, $6.50, $7.50. ' $9,00, $10.00, $11.50, $12.30, $13.50, $15.00, $16.00, $17.00 SPECIAL One lot of 25 Boys Suits, sizes 7 to 18, at $5.09 Union Clothing Co. Depot Square, Fhonc 599-W, Barre, Vt, Try An Adv. in The Times II. G. Bennett Barre Garage The Woman t Ready-to-Wear Shop Skirts Xpw sport skirts arrived in wonderful profusion. Trim looking skirts iu plaids and hoks for tl-c spring costume. Thorp are sonic in Mack and white stripes and plaids in navy and tan, bright green and reds, grey, hlues and browns. They are finely tailored, made straight or with knife or box pleatings. Dress Skirts Of navy and Maek pleated and plain tailored models in !erge, taffeta and faille silk. Waists A wonderful assortment for Kaster selling of georgette, crepr de rhine and mignonette. This reason one may transform the entire character of oiks tailored suit by merely slipping n a certain type of Mouse. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. Profitable Business No manufacturer, these days, can get along without power. The more reliable that power is, the more the business prospers. The electric power which we install is de pendable, and it will pay you to consult us. BARRE ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 98. MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 26 For Your Electric Wants. Spring is H ere and so arc we, with a New line of Sporting Goods The WILSON Line We think we have the finest Baseball Bats, Golf Clubs and Tnnnis Rackets to be had. Come in and see these goods. Special prices to High Schools and Baseball Clubs buying in. quantities. C. W. Averill & Co. Barre, Vermont THE JYJVCffSUn STORE 1' ' Tueiiv. March at J p. Work. I. M. der L. U. P. dfgrrr. fVr or-