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THE HAHKE DAILY TIMES, liAKKE, VT., THURSDAY', APRIL- 7, 15)21.
I I i i I i L M Homer Fitts Co. v Incorporated "The Store Where Quality Counts" lue Suits of Tricotine and Serge , Lower in Cost Higher in Value Every Suit is an adap tation from some im ported or exclusive mod el costing much more. Until you have seen them, you cannot realize how different they are from other garments of fered at such low prices. $29.50 to $39.50 New Spring Coats Happily Styled in Good Taste arid Beauty Each' one is a model of what a Spring Coat should be an artful combination of youth, new contours, clever trimmings and deft tai loring. x BOLIVIA, VELOUR and POLO CLOTH COATS and WRAPS Newest Spring Styles. $19.50 to $37:50 Navy I ay K ' 1 r rViri 'Aim NVfJ H II mm m & as i .. Ul 1 Jt m ItliKiWLA,' J iliiil tfl i 'rJ " sWia: Hi i'S'wl ill I 1 !. I 'IU H 21 Wfc'il'iiiMtiiliM iiltermilk Chick Food It is rich, nourishing, palatable, and easily digested. Do not take any chances on the food for the first few weeks. Thousands of chicks die for the want cf the right food. Without doubt there was more Wirthmore Buttermilk Chick Food sold in New England than all other chick foods com bined. There is a reason. There is chick insurance in every pound. R. L .dark Tel43. v V Time to Discard the Winter Overcoat Can wc show vou the 9 Topcoats and Raincoats The styles are good and Ihe prices' arc reasonable. Frank McWhorter Co. RARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1921. The Weather. t'nsr-ttled woathfr to-night and Fri day; proliaMy rain or snow; slightly warmer Friday; moderate east and southeast winds. TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN "Ilu-ih." adv. ) For sale: One ' nearly new Merrill piano. For particulars, phone 20-W. Mr. Oorjre IaDue of 20 Bolster I place is confined to her home by ill- ! Mr. and Mr. J. Ward Carver left Tuesday for a short ImsineRS trip in Uoston. Andrew Oearin returned to the city ) yesterday from Ifardwick, whither he went earlier in the week.' Old and young .folks' supper and dance, Eaxt Montpelier, Friday, April 8. Carroll's orchestra. adv. Mrs. Jennie Laws of Boston is visit ing with her mother, Mrs. George Mann ,of Wellington street, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bolles and family from Flainfield visited his moth er and brother, Forre&t Bolles, on Hill street, yesterday. The adjourned meeting of . Barre council, K. of ft, will be held Friday evening, April 8. All brothers are re quested to be present. R, L, Metiovern of the Mi-Govern Granite Co. returned to his home in Hartford. tVinn., last night after mak ing a short business visit in the city. While in the city Mr. McGovern stayed with Daniel Hayes of i'leasant street. Applications for automobile licenses must be acknowledged before a notary public' Call at room 5 Howland build ing and we will fill out the applica tions and take your acknowledgement without charge. Drew & Lynde. adv. The body of John A. Frontini, who died in Colorado Springs, Col., last Fri day, where he had gone in hopes of re- ' gaining b health, arriyed in the city on the ( :3n train last evening. It was taken to Mr. Frontini V parents' home at 9 Foss street, where the funeral will be held this afternoon. There was a full house last night for the second production of "Spring- i time," and onlv commendatory words were heard of it. The music was light land pretty, the east well chosen and the costumes furnished much of the charm of the affair. Between the first and second act, Mis Adelaide Thurs ton, who was in Barre to give an ad dress at another amusement house, j spoke to the audience on the subject of the Irish relief work, after which Hildreth Martin delighted the audience with two bass solos. The Naughton sibtcrs appeared between the second and third acts in fancy dancing and pleased so much they had to respond to the applause with another dance. There is no doubt but that "Spring time" may be cmisidesrd a success from every standpoint, both as an en tertainment and financially. "Hush." adv. Regular meeting of the A, O. H. on Thursday night, April 7, at 1 o'clock. Regular meeting of the I. O. O. L, M. V., in K. of J", hall Friday, April HI Refreshments. j Dr. H: H. Hunter's office will be closed from Friday noon, April .8, un til Monday evening, April 11. adv. Long-distance and geneilH trucking. light or heavy, Granite City Bottling works, lei. 7 sjh-.ii or 74-VV. adv Miss Margaret Fitzmaurice of Boston arrived in the city Tuesday to are for her aunt, .Mrs. Charles Mdxan of North Main street. ' The adjourned meeting of Barre council, hi. of C, will be held Friday evening, April 8. All brothers are re quested to be present. . Mrs. Mendon P. Moore and son, Mer rill, of Manchester, N. H., who have been guests of Mrs. Moore's sister, Mrs. A. IeKoy Smith, of east hill, returned to their home to-day. On Friday evening. April 8, at 8 o'clock a piano recital will be given at Goddard seminary by Mary Allen, assisted by Kdward Hamel, bass. The public is cordially invited to attend. J. II. Kelley. who accidentally feTl through a coal shute'at lie ('aider 4 Richardson sheds last week Wednesday, nau an A-ray examination taken of his shoulder at the City hospital, which declared h fracture. The fracture was set and Mr. Kelley returned home. Baby buggies, from $7.50 to $70. Wc will meet competition in or out of the city whether your exchunge is cash, bonds or credit; but If creditpayments must be punctual. Sam applies to all our lines, furniture, floor coverings and clothing. Sadlier, 10 Keith avenue, RANDOLPH Grass fires continue to keep members of the fire department on the alert, the latest call for help coming from residents of upper Merchant street near noon to-day tor a tire in the grass un derbrush on the Mead property. Squad A responded to the call and the fire was soon squelched. George Guernsey, jr., two-and-one-half-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Guernsey of the Montpelier road, suffered a fracture of the left leg Sunday. The voung fellow was playing and in some manner fell on the floor, causing the break. He wa-s removed to Heaton hospital, where the' fracture wa-s reduced and an X-ray examination taken. His condition permitted removal to his home Tuesday. Mrs. Wills and George Wills, who purchased the Sparhawk place last win ter, have sold the same to JV P. and' John Lamson and will give .possession the first of May. Miss May Kibbee, who ha been with j Mr. and Sirs. K.- X. Wardner for sev- j eral days, left Wednesday for Fitzdale. Miss Kibbee has recently conio from the far west to pass a few months in this town. . . William Huggard, who graduated from Randolph high school five years- ago and from Middlebury college one year ago last June, and since then has been teaching in Farmington, Me,, was in towa on Wednc-sday, calling upon old friends. Mr. Hutruard is soendinir his j.tinin iniuiiim nui( ills pttlt'iua 111 Brookfield. Miss Dorij Osha, who has been in the Albany Business college, has fin ished her studies and will be here with! her grandparents for three week, after; which she will tuke a position in Springfield, Mass., aa a stenographer in an office, ' Mrs. Clarence Rault and her little! daughter, Marguerite, came from Roch ester on Wednesday to spend a few days here with Mrs. L. C, Drew and other relatives. Mrs. Van Dusen returned on Wednes day from Barre, where she had been with relatives for several days, and went to the home of her sister, Mrs. William Hebard, in Randolph Center, tor the summer. . Dr. H. W. HoJdcn returned Wednes day from XoHh Montpelier, where he Mil visited hingsnury- chapter, Order of the Kastern Starofficially, in company with Mrs. Margaret Knowles, district deputy grand matron. k. TT-fc. -V. Ill UNION BMYG SERVICE-SATISFACTION i FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Here's Another Big Special for the Week-End 03 IILK POPLINS " 95c WOODBURY ! Antonio David of Granite street starts this evening an auto journey to Manchester, X. H., and Boston, for a business trip. Mr. David this morning learned from R. B. Wright, who ar rived at the I-ane Davis vulcani.ing station on North .Main street from Manchester, N. H.. that auto travel be tween here and While River Junction is very good, and declares an autoist is confronted with no difficult traveling except for alsmt 100 yards in William stown gulf, which is muddy but no bar rier to any autoist desiring to traverse the road in his machine. Mr. Wright found auto traveling very favorable except when coming from Lake Suna pee to Claremont, N. II., whererond were ury inn, roujrn. j similar report of road conditions was given last eve ning by Howard Blossom of the Old-.-niobile Company rf Vermont, who came from St. Johnsburv in a Winton si without trouble. The roads,' Mr. Blos som reports to be in good condition for this time of the year, being and dry and dutv. .fames G. Pirie, as a representative of the Barre qiiamers, rred II. Suitor secretary of the Ouarrv Workers' In ternational union, John W. MacAuley, John ( oxoii and Miss Siilman, as rep resentatives of the union, and Attorney S. Hollister Jackson left last night for Boston, to attend to day a labor con ference between the representatives of the quarry workers and the quarrv owners throughout the country. Mr. Suitor declared that the matter of wagps was not to be considered at this meeting. Nearly $.IM was cleared from the dance in x (lowland hall last uening given under the auspices of the nurses at the City hospital. A large gather ing, many coming after the local tal ent performance in thehpera house, en joyed the favorite indoor pastime until 1 o clock, music for the occasion, very acceptable, being furnished by Carroll's orchestra. Tlie money will be used in re-touching the nurses' rooms in the dormitory. Appreciation and thanks i extended by the mtret to all those who aisled in making the dance so suc cessful. Refreshments. ' Regular meet ing of !cgree of Pocahontas to night at 7 o'clock TheTimes Mrs. Uelle Cookson received word, on Tuesday of the death of her sister, Mrs. Frank Curtis, of Barre. Mrs. Leroy Dailey and son, Claude, of North Montpelier were week-end guerts of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buchanan. Myrtie and Rose Clodgo of Hard wiek were visitors Saturday of Miss Evelyn Gilchrist. Mrs. Julia Baldwin anil daughter. Jettie, of Fast Barre were guests last! nil week of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i III W. B. Thomas. ! ! H. S. Benjamin is on the sick list. F.d. Green was home over, the week end from his work, in Kat Calais. Mr. Gilchrist of Hardwick was a guest Saturday of his son, Waldo Gil christ, and family. Mrs. Harry Gallup and daughter. I Bernice, of Marshtield were visitors the st of the week of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fber Bashaw. Joseph Carr visited his sun, Arthur Carr, in Fast Barre over the week end. The Woodbury gray quarry started work Tuesday, April .". Mrs. Mildred Bates and son, George, returned Saturday to their home in Roxbury, Mass., after a month's stay with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Kbcr Bashaw. M. C. McCrillis returned to town Tuesday from New Hampshire, where he had been this winter. Dorothy Doty is in Hardwick, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Iwis. . Ned Winters of South Woodbury is working at the quarry and boarding at Mrs. Maude Davis." Owen Sweeney and William Dawson of Maine arrived in town Tuesday morning and resumed work at the quarry. .Monuments of the latest models, at tractive and low priced. Write for de signs. J. O. Bilodeuu A Co., Inc., Barre, VI. i FINE QUALITY HIGH LUSTRE 36-Inch and a Splendid Assortment of Colors, Black, White, -Navy, Brown, Copenhagen, Sapphire, Pink, Blue and French Gray. at 95 cents SEE WINDOW DISPLAY , P. S. And don't overlook our special Values in Suits, Coats and Dresses. THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY NOTICE This Store Closes, .Monday at 5:30 p. m. IB l x - , . . . -' . , Ti Keeping His Promise. "Oh but I dunt want you to give up ! S our seat, protested the lady in tne crowded street nar. ''It's ail right, madam." said the man. "I proiniid my old mother I'd give up something this lyent and here is my opportunity." Boston Transcript. . Unfailing. "A model of social politeness Is an echo." write Mrs. Ball, "For who ever heard of an echo That failed to return one's call?'' Boston Transcript. Unappreciated Talent. Slathers I understand your daugh ter is taking great pains with her sing ing. Bangor "Taking" is not the right word. "Giving" would be better. New York Globe. BETHEL Lewia B. Phelps and Mrs. Agnes Rob erts of Rochester Married. Iewis B. Phelps and .Mrs Agnes 1 Holxrts. liofh of Rochester, were mar i ried veMerdav afternoon by Kei J. Wesley Miller at his home. They were accompanied by F. i). Rolierts. father of the deceased husband of the bride, at whose home they are guests during part of their honeymoon. Special ciinniuinicatii.ii of Granite lodge. No. .').", F. and A. M., Friday. April S, at P. ni. Work, M. M. degree. J& Bro. W. C. Robie of S;.' Al ' bans wij give an illustrated lecture on the degree. A buffet lunch will be served. Per order W. M. A regular meeting JQJ)f of Sulxrdiiiate court fVsAi7"L-? Barre. No. :(.1I7. I. O. OM, .-pill n, ni i i. m., as the chief ranger has tendered his resig nation. A larue at- tcndniMT is desired. Per order of the recording secretary. ' JL ! i ! V t Special conclave of St. At- demur commanderv. No. II, jjl ii K. I.. Thursday eening t 7 o'clock. Temple Per order K. C. Classified Columns a t . - r piAi .1 regular nieeiinR 01 l-.W l!rr I.kW V.. 1.11)1 U O. O. M.t will be held U Js..."--i Thursday, April T . ' I - - J .. .. , - Vv hall. ness. in K. of P. Important husi- jtt Iegular meeting of Ilia tPJ watha hxlge. No. 20, 1. O. O. r , Thursday evening jt 7:30. The first degree will Ite conferred on a class of candidate. A Isrpe at tendance desired. Per order N. (. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY i Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You t Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. The Odd Fellows, who for many, vears have sub-let their hall in the Black theatre block for Iodize meetings. public meetings and entertainments of. other organizations, rei-ently adopted a new policy by which the hall will lie retained for the exclusive use of the Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges. Thi leaves the Woman's Relief corps, a flourUhing organization, with no regu lar meeting place, and next Tuesday evening the regular meeting of -the corps will be at the home of Mrs. W. H. Arnold. The corps w ill hold a child welfare .'."Ml party at Mrs. ,f. S. Oay's Friday afternoon. ' F. Leslie Southworth ' lias moved from Windsor into the upper part of Bennett O. Johnson's house on Church street. He hastn engagement for the season as machinist at the Bethel gar sge. The first May musical of the Wom an's club will be presented at the town hall rn Friday evening, May 6. It Will be under the' direction of Mrs. Mary Bailey, and Mrs. N. M. Cay, who al ready have secured many good numbers for a program, which is not yet fully rranped. but which is sure to be such, ts will highly please the music lovers of the townv The Woman's Ready-to-Wear Shop Frocks that Create a Modish Appearance Frocks are the ideal garment for the Spring days, ev ery girl and woman needs a fresh new Frock, especially when the coatless days come. This Spring's models are particularly good. Straight, long waisted lines, graceful " side panels and plaitings give that much desired "slirri look." Smart Taffet, Canton Crepe, Satin, Crepe de Chine and Cloth models are very moderately priced. Select now and get a long season of wear for a new Frock. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. KCEF SWUNG WITH KtLLY An advertisment does nothing more than ef fect the first sale after that it depends -on the tire. That's our aim to persuade you to try your first one. H. G. Bennett Barre Garage Try An Adv. jMA.NLKi. tOH CAKlitNS Irl. eoT-M. ' Ht WANTED) -Horw for it krrp for inrn; j will guarantee to (ivc it skk) rrr; Tel. ' HKNS "FOR SALE -10 'White' WvivJ i hrn. ami a cv-afrrl : alM 4 iirsied S j- r hoa and ror kere) ; f. H- kviK,n, -1 : ; t hurrh trm, Parre, Vt. jntj i if OR SALE- Ttwnr ail to and ia-! I rubatnr; W m- Neio. W illianwtawtt, ' r - ., ... . , i AMTl-T rrmprtnt tfvnft rt , ' Mam irtU Boi-w bbek. Komi U. r ' . call WW. XK'i W VN i f;T - F r-nFirCsJ msi awaurtant in rhem. Han krptna:, t pritn. rp ; djrraa, ' A wr Barrv Turn- Znt AAA W.aV 4i 44 in i r:3 limes V- ft ' V NEW SPRING HATS P.ring in your old hat and have it made new under 30 pounds steam pressure in our HOT STEAMER. We are restoring hundreds every week. They come from various parts of Vermont, New Hampshire and New York. We are operating the only machine of kind north of Boston. BRING IN YOUR OLD HAT. Barre Shoe Shining and Hat Cleaning Parlors STROLTSOS BROTHERS A Man Is No Stronger , Than His Heart-- A machine is no more efficient than the motor that drives it. We sell G. E.' Motors because we know that they will give satisfaction not merely at first, but all the time. Back of every G. E. Motor is the efficient organization of the General Electric Company, whose engineers hae solved many of the world's greatest power problems, G. E. Motors are designed right, built right,, and stay right. v v That is why we can afford, personally, to guarantee them to our customers. BARRE ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 98. MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. TeJephone 26 For Your Electric Wants. Special Saturday Sale T P M ENAMELED WARE Your Choice 79 cents ALL LARGE PIECES Water Pails, Dish Pans, Covered Kettles, Preserving Kettles, Tea Kettles Coffee Pots, etc. SALE SATURDAY, APRIL 9th C. W. Averill & Co. Barre, Vermont the fArCffSTJi Fro?.t i 4