THE HAKllK DAILY
UAHJtE, VT., SATOHUAVr APRIL 2, 1921.
M Homer Fitts Co.
"The Store Where Quality Counis'
New Suits, Coats
Arrive for Saturday
They are even more beautiful, more delight
ful to own and to wear than any that have been
shown before this season, and they are all
priced so economically that choosiilg is within
reach of every woman's purse. Come in and
New Spring Suits
NAVY BLUE XRICOTINE and SERGE
and HEATHER MIXTURE JERSEY
$16.50 to S49,50
New Spring Coats
WRAPS and SPORT COATS in BOLIVIA,
VELOOR and CAMEL'S HAIR
' POLO CLOTH
$19.50 to $47.50
New Silk Dresses
TAFFETA SILK, CREPE DE CHINE,
GEORGETTE and CANTON
V , CREPE ,
$19.50 to $52.50
Wise Shoppers Should Not Pass Up These
Specials for Saturday
These Values Are Exceptional
White Marquisette Curtains
Well made' of fine grade Mar
quisette, hemstiched, lace
trimmed border, 2Vi yards
long, 1 yard wide. A splendid
value at this special price, per
Imported Shantung Silk
Natural Ponge , shade, very
desirable for men's shirts,
blouses, frocks and children's
dresses, 32-inches wide, per yd
All Wool Knitting Yarn
Full size 4-ounce skeins, strict-
ly all-wool; colors are Brown,
Navy, Gray, Maroon and
Black; 100 skeins in the last
lot, specially priced, per skein
Pictorial Review Patterns
20 Cents to 35 Cents
Vesta , St Faicfe
Batteries guaranteed a
year and a half
Has Four Patents No Other Battery Can Use
H. F. Cutler & Son
13 South Main Street, Barre
TURRE DAILY TIMES
SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1921.
Fair to-night and Sunday, warmer
to-night; eooler in Yrrtnont Sunday;
fresh south and southwest winds.
TALK OF THE TOWN
TALK OF THE TOWN
".Springtime" April a and 0. adv.
All $1 Columbia records now S5c at
XV. E. Davis of Wa'terbtiry was a
business visitor in the city Thursday.
At our fountain springtime undae
a real iee cream treat. Barre Drug Co.
Manhattan pudding, custard and cof
fee ice cream to-day. Barre Drug Co.
A little different, springtime sundae,
at Barre'a finest soda fountain. Barre
Drug Co. adv.
Special on ice cream, 50c quart. Some
of the best you ever tasted. Mitchell's
Candy Store. adv.
Regular monthly meeting of the Red
Cross will be held in Aldrich hall on
Monday afternoon at 2:30.
Mrs. Frank Curtis of Frospcct street
was taken to the 'City hospital yester
day morning for treatment.
T. J. Ferris of Moretown is the guest
of his niece, Mrs. M. H, McAllister, of
106 Hill street, for a few 'davs.
Miss Mamje Minnie, milliner at the !
Adams Co. store, leaves to-morrow for
Boston on a short business trip.
George Weeks of Cabot arrived in the
city yesterday to visit his daughter,
Mrs. Raymond Peck, who is ill at the
Clarence Carpenter of the University
of Vermont in Burlington is visituig
over the spring holidays at his home
on Allen street.
Mrs. Alice VanDuesen of Randolph is
spending a few days in Barre, her for
mer home, a guest of her brother-in-law,
S. 1). Allen, of Franklin street.
Special meeting of Old Crow lodge,
Xo. lKnights of Birmingham, in Mil
sonic hall Saturday, April 2, at 7:30
p, m. Important business. Ter "order
T. f. 5L
James Marr, a junior at tiie Univer
sity of Vermont, passed through the
I city yesterday on his way to his home
in illiamstown to pass the spring re
cess of two weeks. ,
Willard ('aider and Dodge Kowles,
both sophomores at flie University of
Vermont, arrived in the city Thursday
evening to visit at their homes on
North Main street and Beckley hill, re
spectively, over the spring vacation.
Applications for automobile licenses
must be acknowledged before a notary
public. Call at room 5 Rowland build
ing and we will fill out the applica
tions and take your acknowledgement
without charge. Drew A Lynde. adv.
The sign of the Granite Mutual Fire
Insurance company, which projected
from the Aldrich" block, was taken
down yesterday. When workmen
commenced to remove it, the sign was
in such a dilapidated condition it fell
apart of its own weight and t ly won
der is it bad not fallen before.
Davis, the magician, has appeared
at Northfield and Waterbury this week.'
where he has been greeted with packed
bouses and reports received bv tele-
Hfihoiic from these places say that "He
has a good clean show and is very
clever." See him at the Barre opera
house, Monday night. Tickets on sale
at Drown's. adv.
At 7 o'clock las night, a telegram to
the Magnet theatre read, " 'Desert
Gold' held in Maine. Suhstitutin 'Riders
of the Dawn.'" This picture is one of
the Zane Grey stories and i consid
ered fully as interesting as "Desert
Gold," which will be given at a later
late. With the feature is a great
Larry Semon comedy and the latest
"Springtime" rehearsals are pro
gressing splendidly end a great treat
is in store for the Barre audience who
will witness the performance next
Tuesday and Wednesday nights. The
leading roles are being successfully
portrayed by the following talent.
Klena Barberi, Mae Paul, Mercedes
Sennet t, Doris Burke, Blanche Tilden,
Ralph Olliver, Kna Adie, lx-one Reynolds,-
Margaret Robert. George Stew
art, John Booth, Max Fisher, Florence
Tremhley, Henrietta Lillie, Wayne
Perry, Geoiee Douglas, Kirs nor Leb
ourveau,' John' Boyce, Alice Naugbton,1
Winona Lillie and Kdward Hamel. The
entire cast numbers 200 and exception
al talent is displared in manv chorus!
and dance numbers. Tickets may be
secured from the cast, memlwrs of the
Woman's club or at the box oftice be
ginning Monday, when scat reserva
tions mav also be made. adv.
All $1 Columbiu records now 85c at
New shipment of bats arrived at E.
LP. Mojr's, 61 Maple avenue.
Miss Elizabeth Marcey of White Riv
er Junction is visiting at t lie home of
Olivia McKnight on Summer street.
' John Shepard, a junior at the Uni
versity of .Vermont, arrived at his
homq in this city yesterday to pass the
Miss Anniemary Sullivan of Brook
lyn street 'returned to her home last
evening from Bethel, where she passed
the Faster vacation with her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Keleher. i
Vou'fl discover when you go to see
AT THE CHURCHES
Times and Places of Worship
and Subjects of Sermons.
UNION DRY (GOODS C
Washington Baptist Church Samuel
Mead, pastor. Service at 3 p. m.
Spiritualist Society Rev. Kflie I.
Webster will hold religious services in I
Worthen hall Sunday at 2:30 and 7
East Barre Congregational Church
James Ramage, pastor. Morning serv
ice at 10:.'!0. Church school at 11:45.
and hear Davis", master, magician, that j Christian Kndeavor at 7 p. m. All cor
the old savins to the effect there is'diallv invited.
nothing new in magic, is not true, j Salvation Army Sunday services:
Barro opera house Monday night. Tick- J0 a. m hoiin8Hs meeting. 10:30, Sun
ets on sale at Drown s. adv. day gc,0i. 6 p. m., young people's le-
Miss Hael Lyon, who lias been pass- gion. 6:45; power boils 8 p. m., salva
ing the Faster holidays wjth her par-1 tion meeting.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lyon, of j-ri
Highland avenue, returned yesterday
to Fort Fairfield, Me., to be ready for
the opening of the Fairfield high school
in which she teaches science.
Vincitia club will end its winter se
les of Saturday night social fraiieriiigs
with the last luncheon of the sonsiyi
this evening. Next week the final
tournament with the Apollo club will
be held in Montpelier, and plans are
being made for holding the last "ladies'
night of he season April n. u is
hoped that a large number of members
will be present this evening.
HEARD IN BARRE'
Osman Dodge, Young Wireless Oper
ator, Gets Test on Radio
phone. A representative of The Times had
rranlc rilomncm, pastor. JU:4j a.
m., morning Rervice. The pastor will
preach. Topic, "A Week After." Sun
day school at noon.
Websterville Baptist Church Samuel
Mead, pastor. Morning service at 10:30.
Evening service at 7 o'clock. Midweek
meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock.
Services are to be held regularly.
Graniteville Presbyterian, Church
W. F. Archibald, Ph. D., pastor, will
preach morning and evening. Sunday !
school and Bible class after morning
service.. Workers' conference after eve
Christian Science Church Service at
10:45 a. m., Sunday. Topic, "Unreal
ity." Sunday school, 12 m. Wednesday
evening service at 7:30. Reading room
open on Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday from 3 to 5. 7 Summer street.
Italian Baptist Mission, Brook Street
IWstor. Rev. Bert J. Lehigh. Super-.
intendent. Miss K. C. Brown. Sunday
the pleasure last evening of sitting inf,dlooI al ;j ; Rememh the race ig
and listening to a graphaphone concert! .... ; ..... ,
and talk in far away Pittsburgh. Sounds
.something like an April 1 joke, doesn't
it T Bat it's a fact. The Times man was
led U into the attic of the home of Mr.
and Mrs. O. J. Dodge on Elm street
and there introduced to a maze of wires
sikI improvised equipment; was told by
the young operator, Osman Dodge, to
&ct some telephone receivers to bis
ears and, presently, the concert started.
First a contralto voice was clearly
heard, although the words were not dis
tinguishable; then came the sing-song
talk of a man delivering pres dis
patches; again a soprano voice, not so
pleasing as th contralto and with
words not any more distinguishable;
and through it all the intermittent
sputtering of the wireless calls from
one station to another hundreds and
hundreds of miles away. These calls,
stall on. i Bring somefhe with you. In
dustrial clubs Saturday 'afternoon 2
and 3 o'clock. All welcome.
First Baptist Church Bert J. "Le
high, pastor. The pastor will speak
at 10:30 and 7 o'clock. Morning sub
ject. "The True Christian." Kvening
subject, "Kept as the Apple of the
Eye." Bible school at 12 o'clock. Voting
people s service at H. J raver service
on Thursday evening at 7:30. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all to
worship with us,
Hedding Methodist Episcopal Chtrrch
Bailey l.atz'rt Lipsky, pastor. Morn
ing service at 10:30; sermon theme,
"Christ Teaches Us to See Man as
Man." Fvening service at 7; sermon
Jlieme. "The Man Dead at the Throt
Up." Sunday school at 11:45 a. m.
Epworth league at fi. Praver service
7:30 p. ni. Girl scouts Iti-
m. Bov scouts Fridav, 0-30
' Big- Specials To-day
Don't Miss These Special Offerings
Fine Coutil Corsets in pink, elastic top, sizes 20 to 25, at
Fine Quality, 36-inch Long Cloth, per yard,
Polly Prim Aprons of good quality light colored per-
cales, were $1.00, at
THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY
the young operator coJd decipher, r"t j ThurwilH v
he could not read the messages being ',jsiv, 7 p.
transmitted although catching a word j p m With the' coming of the beautiful
or iwo now ana men. 1 nrinr luv ai.,1 h. Mt.r f.w,tirt, l,.t
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i rallv to our church services, every
Keedle to say, perhaps, the concert
and the talk in which the voice was
clearly heard came by means of the
radiophone. The receiving apparatus is
the same for that as for wireless teleg
raphy but the sending appartus has to
be of a different type. I he test was
being madt at Pittsburgh (Fast Pitts
burgh, to be exact) as a demonstration-
of the radiophone. The night was
about suited for the transmission of
the wings and talk because the air was
still and cool; and although the sender
was perhaps 600 miles away the voices
could dc. neara wun remarxaoie dis
tinctness, being literally picked out of
Thin was not the first time that the
young operator has listened in on musi
cal programs at ljast Pittsburgh. The
concerts are given nightly as a demon
stration, and amateur operators, like
the Barre young man, all over the east
ern section of the country have been
trying their hand at catching the dem
oflWration. Another station in Wash
ington, D. ('., is doing the same thing,
but the Barre operator has nt as yet
caught any of those programs, so far
as lie knows. lie has been experiment
ing with wireless for several years and
has gained considerable proficiency In
the art. He plans to install a large
amplifier in a short time which should
enable him to catch the sounds from
the radiophone much bcti-r and prob
ably enable him to make out the words
of the songs as well as to bear thf
whole of the speeches.
Methodist member and adherent, with
all strangers cordially welcomed.
First Presbyterian Church W. McN".
Kittredg, psstor. Morning worship at
10:30, with talk to the boys and girls
and sermon to adults from the theme,
"Which Way Shall We Go Up!" Sab
bath school at noon. Evening worship
at 7, with sermon from the theme,
"Poisons and Antidotes." Monday. 7 p.
m boy scouts meet In vestry. Thurs
day, " :'.i0 p. m., prayer meeting. Many
people attended church last Sunday tie
cause it was Easter, but every Sunday
is ours because of Christ's ressurree
tion. Why not observe it by attend
ing church somewhere? You are in
vited to the First Presbyterian church
Congregational Church V. L. Good
speed, D. D. pastor. Iiibject, "The
uses of Memory." 12 m., the church
school assembles for Bible studv. ft n
meeting of the Y. P. S. C. F..; sub
ject, "Being Christians at Home." 7
p. m., public worship; a musical serv
ice. The choir will render the can
tata by Stevenson, "Faster Fve and
Morn." The pastor will give a short
address. Tuesday, :30 p. m., the boy
scouts will meet. Wednesday, 2:30 p.
m. the woman's association will meet
and make their annual thankoffering
for home missions, and at 0:30 p. ni.,
the Willheha camp fire girls meet. On
Thursday, 3 p. m., meeting of the Fa
bolo rampfire girls; at 7:30 p. m., the
midweek service. The public is in
vited to worship with us.
North Barre Mission Services; Pri
mary Sunday school at 1:30.- Other
classes meet at 3 o'clock. Vesper serv
ice at 7 o'clock; Mr. Sargent of Mont
pelier seminary will be in charge. Mon
day night at 0 o'clock, junior boys.
Tuesday -8 p. in., sewing class; 7:30,
home nursing; 7:30, Red Cross nurs
ing. Any interested in these classes
are invited. A certificate will be giv
en those whofinish the Red Cross nurs
ing course. Wednesday 7:30 p. m.,
young ladies' basketry. Thursday 2
p. m., mothers' meeting; 6:30, girl
routs; 7, choir practice. Friday 4 p.
m., kitchen garden class; 7 p. m., camp
fire girls and social hour. Saturday
2 I), m.. junior league and industrial
First Universalist Church Frank O.
Hokerk, pastor. Sunday services: Di
vine worship at 10:30 a. m. ; sermon
subject, "The Need of Humanity." Vo
cal solo, "Rock of Ages," by Miss Anna
Robertson. Sunday school at "12 noon.
Every teacher should endeavor to be
present. Junior league at 4 p. m.
Leader, Miss Frlcne Morris. Evening
service at 7 p. m. Address, "The Mov
ing Picture." .The 'regular monthly
meeting of the board of 'trustees is 1
postponed until Mondav, the 1 tit. The
regular monthly meeting of the ladies'
union1 will be held in the parish room
on Wednesday, the tith. at 2:30 p. m.
The divine science Mass will meet on
Wednesday at T:30 p. ni. Subject, "The
Power f Thought.' The choir rehears
al on Tuesday. Juniors at 4 p. ni. and
seniors at 7 p. m. Harding fate of
fioddard seminary Will speak on Japan
at the morning service, the 10th. Me
morial service on Sunday, the 17th.
Mrs. I). C. Ruben will have charge of
the ritualistic part of the services, as
sisted by 18 young ladies. Please hand
in the names ot those you wish to be
remembered at this service. The Uni
versalis parish has been requested to
furnish ten rooms for the entertain
ment of delegates attending the Meth
odist conference from April 2rt to May
2. Those who will entertain please no
tify Mr. Hokerk in regard to the same.
TALK OF TIIE TOWN
Buttermilk Chick Food
It is rich, nourishing, palatable,
and easily digested. Do not take
anj chances on the food for the
first few weeks. Thousands of
chicks die for the want of the .
right food. Without doubt there
was more Wirthmore Buttermilk
Chick F00S sold in New England
than all other chick foods com
bined. There is a reason. There is
chick insurance in every pound.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
KOR SALE Four
1 Jrey : Wm.
Tel. Con. SK3-S1.
YOUNG MAN WANTS WORK ON FARM
Apply to J. M. MsrAulay. Grmntt
villa. Vt.. BoxM. Telephone 27-RS. It3
WANTED A position aa housekeeper tr
middle-ared Udy, in or ,ner the etty ;
can give good referv-nre ; denize a good
home rather than big wa.grs ; address "B.
B.". care Timea office. 16tS
WANTF.D In family' of W( father and
rhildk puddle-aged lady as housekeeper:
one raniur for home rather than hiirh
wagr: write to P. O. Box ZDO. Barre. 113 i
WANTED AT ONCE- Oirl attending hurh J
rhoot ran find employment for entire
spring term earing for two rhildren : could
livo at house having all prtrilegea of home;
l lnra' of time to etuily; Protectant fre- '
fern-d : reaMmabte waitea : apply in person to
Mra. Wm. Barclay, 61 Park street. Harra. '
II. F. Culler & Son
Better Soda This Year -Certainly
Is improvement possible? We think it h. We know
that last year we bought the finest, purest crushed
fruits and soda products that we could. But inv
provement is made in manufacture and improvement
therefore is to be made in service. This year we are
offering you the highest type of purity products that
soda fountains anywhere have yet supposed possible.
We a.k your early attention on our fountain, know
our ability to satisfy you so well by the first drink
that you'll gladly come again and again of your own
free will all summer. Get the best soda in the" first
place and the first soda in the best place. That's
here and we're ready. To-day we are serving Lemon
Drown's Drug Store
48 North Main Street
All 1 Columbia word now 85c at
There i one stranf thing after
another and fun all flip time with Da
vi. the niapiridn. Monday nljrlit at
the ojiora hoiir-o. Tickets now on sale
at PrownV adv.
LT'nion fcaint Jeafi Baptist? D'Amer
i(iie. ('otineil ljival 21S is pivinn a
dance in the Odd Fellows' hull Tuesday.
April S. A three-piece orchestra will
furninh music for younji and old; 50c
a couple; extra ladies, 15c. Members
only admitted free. Meeting at - 7
o'clm'k sharp. IVr committee.
Norway Spruce Transplants
and other trees for sale at
cost to Vermonter. Get
price list from your
i '.irsla 1 mr mis 11 " I
The time has arrived- when
you will be interested in a
Topcoat or Raincoat
Before purchasing give us a
The new Spring Hats are here.
Frank McWhorter Co.
Vs. v . fw
Now, with the prices adjusted to a lower scale, you can't
beat the combination.
Voile, -Batiste and Georgette Blouses hand-made and
machine-made, $1.25 io $10.00.
Over-the-skirt Blouses of crepe-de' thene in flesh, corn,
bisque and navy $7.50, $10.00 and $12.50.
The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc.
An advertisment does
nothing more than ef
fect the first sale
after that it dppends
on the tire. That's
our aim to persuade
you to try your first
II. G. Bennett
Spring is Here
and so are we, with a
New line of Sporting Goods
The WILSON Line
'We think we 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,
THE ffVCffSTft STORE
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