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i ir IS Homer Fitts Co. Incorporated "The Store Where Quality Counts' Announcing New Arrivals of "Betty Wales 9? Dresses Each new shipment that arrives offers styles more al luring than the last. Certainly one could nqt wish for more charming or becoming Dresses than these new "Betty Wales" mod els. They are made of superb quality. Taffeta Silk ancj Crepe de Chine in the leading shades for Spring, Brown, Gray and Navy Blue 1 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 Dre4ses Sold at tftU ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES The time has arrived when you will be interested in a Topcoat or Raincoat Before purchasing give us a look. The new Spring Hats are here. The: Frank McVVhorter Co. BARRE DAILY TIMES . TUESDAY, MARCH. 29, 1921. The Weather. Fair -to night and Wednesday; not quite so rold to-niht; . warmer Wednesday: dimiimhitur northwest wind, becoming southerly late to night. TALK OF THE TOWN See the splendid new piano for $.'17." at Bailey 'a Music Rooms. adv. Jlario Znnleoni and diaries Aruholm visited in St. Albans over the week end. Mrs. H. ft. IfaiiHQii returned yester day from Burlington, after upending the Kaster holiday there. Miss Adie and Miss Roberts aro a seream, and Dr. lleininger is a born ticket agent. Sec them at the panto mime. adv. Sugar social in grange hall. South Barre, Tuesdav, March 29. Children, lie. adults 2o'e. Everybody cordially invited. adv. Floyd Gerard, a sophomore at Bow doin college, Brunswick, Me., is spend ing the Faster vacation at his home on Beacon street. .Tohn Molla. a junior at Dartmouth college, arrived in the city yesterday to remain over the spring recess, which begins next Thursday. Benjamin Prestini of Short street and Patrick Massie of Maple avenue have returned from St. .Johns, P. Q., where they visited over the week end. Miss Marion Richtcr, director for "Springtime" from the .Tohn B. Rogers company, is one of the best. She speaks very complimentarily of the Barre tal ent. adv. A representative of The Designer Publishing company will be at the New Dry tioods Store, IS Kim street, and offers id the ladies of this vicinity for a limited time The Designer and The Woman's Magazine for 1.10 a year. Regular price $2. adv. At last you may buy happiness! (iet it in a box of iiitro.Phosphate at j K. A . Drown & l o., arug siore i.ain woigut and vigur. lie roousi, aim healthy. Knjoy restful sleep, a good appetite and youthful energy. Guar, anteed for increased weight and nerve quiet. adv. Vermont's weather fickleness went to the extreme during the last 24 hours, beginning at 12:30 Monday noon. At that time a certain reliable thermom eter in this city registered 80 degrees above, and just an hour and a half later registered 40 above, a drop of 40 degrees in 00 minutes. The mercury continued on the descent all Inst eve ning and during the night, rain turn ing to hail and then snow as the at mosphere increased its frigidity and registered at eight above this morning. With the radical chance last evening the storm which early in the afternoon began with a heavy downpour of rain ceased with a light snowfall. To night at the new theatre, "No mads of the North" will be repeated, with a I.arry l.eme,n comedy. If yon Aid nnt e the feature last nijfht, ask j someone who did. To-day and to-nigtt is the last chance you win nave io vote for a name for the theatre. Ev eryone poing to this theatre to-day will be handed an envelope containing a card on which you should write your name. On the envelope write the name you suggest for the theatre and hand to the doortender before 10 o'clock to-night. Someone will be civ en $.)0 immediately after the first show Wednesday night for naming this the atre, winner to be announced then. adv. TALK OF THE TOW'S : Gil Special Notioe. ' All Odd Fellows. Rebekahs and their families are cordially invit'ed to an entertainment in 1 (. O. F. hall on Wednesday evening, March 30, at 7 o'clock. No charge for admission. Be sure to come. ti&$&4. A 'pecial meeting of Tlia 4N watha lodge will be held on Wednesday, March 30. at 1:1. p. m. for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother. T.ee Hall, a mmher of Northticld lodge. Per order N". G. TALK OF THE TOWN "Springt iuic" grandmother' day. adv. . Home-made pies and doughnut to take out, at Baltimore Lunch. adv. The Episcopal bazaar will be held in How-land hall March 30, afternoon and evening. adv. Nurses' benefit dunce, April 6, in Howl.ind hull. Carroll' eight-piece or chestra. adv. Dog owners have only four more days to pay their dog license at the city clerk g ollice.' Long-distance and general trucking, light or heavv. Granite Citv Bottling Works. Tel. 720-M or 740-W. adv. Sherman Walking of 0 Summer street has returned from a few days' visit with relatives in Concord, N." II. Miss Marguerite Blanchard of South I Barre went to AVaterbury yesterday afternoou to spend a few day visiting friends. Don't fail to sec Dr. Howard Reid as a farmer and Mrs. Gale Bennett, his wife, with their overgrown son, at the pantomime. adv. . Mis! Mailine Rogers, a teacher in the Proctor high school, is visiting at her home on Orange street during the Easter reces. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Vigneault and daughter, Beverly, of Montreal. P. Q., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Hussell of Laurel street. Mrs. A. A. Fairbanks of Burlington arrived in the city yesterday to visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Robertson, on Hall street. ('. H. Presbrey of the Presbyrey Leland company arrived hero from New York City yesterday for a busi ness visit to the Barre office of the company. .T. N. O'Connell of St. Johnsbury has been transferred to the Barre station of the Central Vermont railway to fill the vacancy made by the departure of Mrs. May, ticket agent. Carroll's orchestra of seven men left here yesterday for (iaremont, N. H., where they were booked to give a con cert, at the Easter ball. To-night the orchestra will be in Bethel.' Dr. and Mrs. A. P.. Bell of Enosburg Falls and Miss Elizabeth Bell of Wal lingford, Conn., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. At hoi R. Bell of Liberty street this week. Miss Marion Willey and Mis Kath erine Rogers returned to Middlebury college yesterday afternoon, having spent tile Easter holidays at their respective homes in tl is city. Robert B. .Tones, supnrinf endent of the Jones Bro. Co., who for six weeki has been 'confined to his home in Mont pclier with scarlet fever, has recov ered from the illness and yesterday visited the Barre oflice of the com pany. Mr. and Mrs. If. A. Richardson of Summer Mrect and Mrs. A. K. Camp bell of 272 North Main street returned yesterday from a week's pleasure trip in Boston. Mr. Richardson in the meantime attended the annual conven tion of the New England Coal Dealers' association. A sale transpired at the office of the D. A. Perry Keal Estate agency yesterday afternoon whereby the tene ment house at Xi Hall street, owned by Mrs.v Edna, Jennings' of Spaulding street, was aold to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gctnian, who made the investment for a home and plan to take immediate possession. After making some inte rior repair the new owners plan to occupy the residence. The citizens' committee of five, ap pointed by Governor Hartnes's to in vestigate the railroad conditions, holds a public hearing at the State House in Montpelier this afternoon, beginning at 3 o'clock. The Granite Manufacturers' association of Barre will be represent ed officially by its traffic manager, C. D. Waters. wbilc the association' pres ident, H. J. M- Jones, will sit with the citizens' committee. leing one of its number. A large number of Barre granite manufacturer are expected at the meeting. Special convocation of Gran ite chapter. No. 2ft, R. A. M., Tuesdav. March 2!, at 7 p. m. Work. P. M. degree. Tcr or der E. II. P. rrrW SMIUHO WITH KEILYT j4 Zithers may be cheaper in the beginning, but Kclly-Springfields arc cheaper in the end. Try a set, and then be convinced. II. G. Dennett Carre Garage Dance! Dance! Dance j AYednesduy evening, Howland hall. adv. Latest' Ktyles,' best of quality, lowest possible prices. Mrs. Birnie's millinery parlors, 4 Laurel alreet.adv. Misa Lucv Beck, an oflice employe of the Fairbanks Scale works in St., Johusbury, passed the week end at her home on Branch street. f The ladies' union of the Presbyte rian church will serve a parish supper in the basement of the church Wednes day, March 30, at ft:. '10, to which all memhers and adherents are cordially invited. The ladies are asked to bring a covered dish, cake or pie. Tea, cof fee and rolls will be furnished. The annual meeting of the church will be held immediately after the supper. M DRY G SERVICE-SATISFACTION GRANITEVILLE Carroll's bixpim-c orrWtra viif fur I hall. Graniteville, Friday evening, April , , I" U till 1 Ain dance floor in -Ibis vicinity. Refresh ments served. Admission $1.25 a cou ple, extra ladies 2.rc adv. Miss Mae Maclver, who teaches in Plaintield, is at her home for a two weeks' vacation. Mrs. Bernice Ladue of Plaiufield is a business visitor in town. William Sheridan, who is attending Albany Business college, camo home Saturday to spend a few days with his parents. Misses (lara Murphy. Blanche Lc toUrneau.klda Sheehan, Veronica Coyle and Margaret Hulligan arc at their re- i.inwts f.tr ii tv.fk'a recss from their studies at St. Mary's academy in Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. F. Bclville of Montpel ier spent Sunday at Frank Belville's. Miss Hazel Maclver of Montpelier spent. Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Angus Maclver. F'ifteen young children made merry at he home of Mrs. Frank Bclville last Saturday afternoon, the occasion being her daughter's, Bernetta. ninth birth day. Bernetta received many nice re membrances, one most worth of men tion being a beautiful piano from her parents. Game, and music were enjoyed throughout the afternoon, and dainty refreshments were served, after which the children left for their homes, each one wishing Bernetta many happy re turns. E. C Tremblay of, Hartford, Conn., is visiting friends in town. Suits - Coats raps 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, Marabou and Ostrich Capes. New All-wool SERGE Skirts in the new and popu lar knife-pleated models at 5.00. mac cat UNION DRY GOODS Munsing Hosiery CompailV Underwear II PLAIN FIELD Philip Poulen of this place had 12 little white Wyandotte chickens hatch this morning." He set a hen three weeks ago with 12 eggs and every one hatched. Can anyone beat this! WEST BERLIN Misses Mary and Clara Ramsdell from. Montpelier visited their aunt, Miss Corrie Strecter, over Sunday. The Faster exercise in the church in this place Sunday were very nicely carried out. all doing their parts ex cellently. A good sized audience was in attendance. Mrs. M. D. Glines was in Montpel ier Friday. Miss Corrie Sfreeter spent a day in Northticld last week and Miss Grace Ramsdell was also in Montpelier one day. Mrs. W. A. Cooper, who has been visiting Mrs. M. J. Avers, returned to her home in Montpelier Tuesday. B. S. ftovc was a business visitor in Montpelier one day lat week. Monuments of the latest models, at-Iroi-tivA nnrt low Tri( ed. Write for de- , signs. J. O. Bilodeau 4 Co., Inc., Barre, adv. d EAST BARRE I have just received a shipment of new spring hats. Your inspection is in vited. Florence Whitcomb, Fast Barre. -adv. Painters, Attention, liral IK."., painters and decorators, will hold its next regular meeting on ; Tuesday, March 20. at 7:30 a. m. in i carpenters' hall. All members are re- ' quested and notified to attend. Stafford, R. S. A. M. ELKAY'S Straw Hat Dyes 16 Colors at Red Cross Pharmacy The Woman's Ready -to-Wear Shop Suits T T! 1 1 J .1. . f - ineynoia ine secret ui a fascinating personality. Fashioned of Tricotine, Serge, Heather Mixture and tA1 1 weeds, lo close out b suits, sizes 42 to 46, in navy blue serge at $15.00 . Shepard Co., Inc. Mrs Jest Receive A New Line of Boys' 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. s .54.00, $4.50, $3.00, $3.50, $6.00, $6.50, $7.50 $9,00, $10.00, $11.50, $12.50, $13.50, $15.00, $16.00, $17.00 SPECIAL One lot of 23 Boys Suits, sizes 7 to 18, at 95.00 i Union Clothing Co. Depot Square, Phone 599-W, Barre, Vt, B Profitable usmess 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. LA BATTERIES We have a bat tery for your Ford car. Harvey & Mower The six-cylinder overhead-valve Oakland engine deliv ers 44 horsepower, far more than other enjrines of simi lar size. It has very Iijrht but strong reciprocating parts which minimize vibration, a superior method of vaporiz ing fuel, and the be?t lubricating system yet devised. In no other motor car in the world can you get these import i.nt features at the Oaklad price. OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX Of Or. I1395; Rei4tr. St?9s: Font Dxr SUn. $cs; Cour. $5 1. O. B. Pmtue, MuJsifcaa. Aiirticiul (r Wu Wheel Equipment, Jis II. F. CUTLER & SON Spring i s Here Opposite Fire Station. Tel. 7-fl. Barre. and so are we, with a New line of Sporting Goods The WILSON Line We think wc have the finest Baseball Bats, Golf Clubs and Tennis 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 WWCIfSTR STORE