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THE DA HUE DAILY" TIMES, BAH11E, VT., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY M, 1022.
6 ESTABLISHED 1686 THE HOMER F1TTS CO. THE STORE WHERE QUALITY COUNTS pe ir rsi cA Pictorial Review Patterns . ; Give a Professional Touch to Costumes Designed at Home The new styles for Spring are distinctively in terperted by Pictorial Review Patterns and the variety of styles shown mean that there is a be coming fashion for every age, for every figure, for every occasion. Not only are Pictorial Re view Patterns drawn by the mot talented cos tume designers, but they are expertly cut in suring perfect fit and ease of making. : .... 'x,- ; . ' " Pictorial Review Patterns 20c to 35c None Higher The Fashion, Book for Spring is equivalent to a proclamation on what is au thentic, smart and chic. For instance, Pictorial Review Patterns , of the sleeveless Dress or Jumper Dress which took the country by storm last' spring were out two months before they appeared in any other pattern. Let your in fallible guide be THE FASHION BOOK FOR SPRING . 23c a copy ' By Mail 3oc HAKKE DAILY TIMES NARROW ESCAPES. Several Things Which Did Not Hap pen to John Burroughs. One winter's morning, as I stooped to put on one of my boots beHide the kit-lien stove at the house of a school mate with whom I had passed the night my face came in close contact with the Kp'out of the boiling teakettle. The (raiding steam barely missed my eye and blistered iny brow . a finger's breadth above it. With one eye gone. I fancy life would have looked quite lerk in Washington. I had started for ! the seashore for a week's vacation with a small roll of new greenbacks in my pocket. Shortly after - the train had left the station I left my seat and WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1922. The" Weather"" Fair and .continued cold (o-niftliti .Thursday fair, with slowly, rising tem perature; moderate northerly winds. TALK. Of THE TOWN Burns conceit, to-night, TrPHbyterian church. adv. ; Don't foriict to come to see the an- pels at the Baptist church Friday night at. liiio. aaw ... ,'. Kcilaks: wonderful outdoor pictures are to be taken now; all supplies sold at Drown s Drug store. adv. Mrs. Norman Bartlett. of Johnson and her little son. Howard, arrived in Barre this morning to pass a few day with relative j. Dean K. Lorinjr of Hardwick will re turn to hi home to-morrow morning after "havine passed several days in Barre on business. ; "' ;llr. and Mrs. Arthur Joluiaon and daugrite', Alnja, of Holyoke, Mass., are passing ri.few days with relatives on the Alohtpener roai'.. Cecil - Morse of Brook street left last night for Hartford, Conn,, where lie has -.outaineii employment in tnc oHiecs of ft large insurance company ' Miss Mcrlo Lawton of Winooski. who has been passing a few dnys with friends hern, left Barre last nifiht to go to Bocton, where she is attending the .Tiew Kngmna conservatory oi .mu sic. ; ..' v, ; : . ' . t, r . A. still nlann was sent in; to fire headiiunrter last uiglit for a cliimney me at 34 Depot uquafe. Two pony ex tinguishers were used on the smudjre but no damnpe was caused. The build ing is ow ned bv the Bolster estate, but Culder &: Fichftrdsoi.- are lessees. Word was received, here last' night from Miinucl Lazara, who left here Sunday nieht for New York to take passajfe fur South America, that he will not leave until a week from to morrow, owing to a change in sailing (schedule of the ship he is to take. Good time ahead. Where? Quarfy Bank , hall, Wednesday evening1, Uni versal iff ' church ladies' union dance. -Everybody come. Dancinn from 8 to 1. . ("a i-roil's orchestra. $1 per couple; extra Indies, Tickets now on sale on Main street. - You can't afford to iiiis,this'jrood time. adv. Extreme caution in, thawing pipes is Urged upon all by the fire department officials. Thi i the time when every lioiweholdcr is having trouble with his water supply, they point out, and care must -be taken. A live flame of any kind should never be used, the officials say, 'and the best and safest way to loosen t!i- pipes . is to wrap them in cloths soaked with liot water, keeping them wet until the water flows freely again. .... ' ' - j'' ..-: TALK OF THE TOWN Burns conceit, to-nhjlit, Prcfebylerinii church. adv. At our soda fountain Ikimo pie. 11a rre Drug Co. ail v. t'nivcrsalint church Indies' u dun co Wodnemliiy cvening.odv., Drown' Boko cream for chapped skin; nothing bctteri 3oc a bottle. adv. Jorsev ice cream Eskimo pics can now be bought at the Barre Drug Co. adv. Toboggans in the. popular si.cs, ., 0 and S feet, at the X. D. I'lielps Co., Inc. adv. . Baracas, . Pliilatheas. and Winners, lookJ 'Where? At the BuptK chunli. When? Kridav night. At what time! Oh, at 7:30. adv. . . George N. Jacobs of New York City has been in Barre for a fc' days on business and will leave this afternoon for Springfield, Mass. D. A. Perry wo in Watcrbury to day conducting an auction sale of household effects and personal prop erty for W. A. Adams. Herman Cross of- Nort.liflcld stopped in Barre last night on his way home from a trip to New York in the inter ests of Cross brothers. , . . Thomas L. Bradshaw and A. II. Kew ton returned to their homes in Platts burg, X. Y., yeaterdny, after passing wvorul days in Barre on business. A daughter was . born this morning in Ellenbuig, X. V., to Mr. and Airs. Donald Spencer. . Mrs. Spencer was Miss Marjorie Andrew of Barre be fore her marriage. TALK OF THE TOWN I'liiversalist church ladies' union dance Wednesday evening. adv. The original chocolate-coated Ice cream bars at the Brro Drug tk- adv. Dance at Williainstotvn grange hull Thursday, Jan. SO. Carroll's orchestra. adv. -- . , Don't forget the Social. Where? At the Baptist church Friday night at 7:30. -adv. , 'Mr. and Mrs. L. G. pavis of Burling-' ton have returned to their homo, after passing a few days in Barre. big comeback is promised by the ViliuiU club in t!i twin uaiiient with the Apollo club of Montpelier, which will bi staged id the local club to-mor- row nigiir. The tournament will be the second between the two club this win ter and at Hie last, which was held in Montpelier a few weeks atto. the Barre players were defeated. Wr I ft I WmK TSMY. (EdDdDPS C , Hi ' I!! SERVICE SATISFACTION JTATERBURY At the Lowest Leel Ever Reached Every garment must pay the penalty for hanging on the racks too long. All Coats sold up to $15.00 '. in v.. St. Mr. and Mrs, f.uigi Cassanelli of Brock ton,, Mass., who' have been pass ing a few weeks with friends in North Barre, left last niirlit for Rutland, where they will also visit for a while before returning ti their home. The Clara Barton guild will meet at the home of Mrs. H. A. Rockwood, 20 Merchant street, Thurwlay evening, Jan. 20. Hostesses, Mrs. Rockwood and Mi-s Nellie Blanchard. Those who have mite boxes tdeaee bring contents. First. Assistant Chief Edward Bar rett of the fire department is one of the Barre poultry fanciers who is ex hibiting at the Montpelier- show. Mr. Barre has several'speckled Sussex fowl entered. He each day. St. Jacques Perrault Wedding at Andrew'i Church. Monday ' morning, at St.' ' Andrew's church, the marriage of Armand St. lacques ana Miss Germame Perrault Has aolemnfeed by Kev. Robert Devoy. The bride is a resident of C'laremont, X. H., and Mr. and Mrs.. St. Jacques have gone. there - for a wedding trip. They were attended by the gioom'a brother and Mrs. Rosa l'aro. On their return they will reside at the home of the groom on Crossett. hill Mr. St. Jacfjues and brother came here about'. two years ago, buying the Carver farm. They have proven themselves capable people and congratulations are ex tended to Mr. and Mrs. St. Jacques.;. All $20.00 Cbats at Air $25.00 Coats at All $35.00 Coats at All $40.00 Coats at ............ An-$50.00 Coats at .v. ... ; ;. . : . : . ... Suits all at One-Half Price $ 5.95 10.75 . 13.75 19.75 22.50 29.75 THE UNION DRV GOODS COMPANY A wire from Miami, Ha., Monday fosenoon, told the good news of-- a daughter born that morning to Mr. and Mrs. I-.:t ward JJdredge. Tho V011112 lady is a granddaughter of J. B. Kld redge. Mrs. Sophia Merchant went to the ranny Allen hospital Monday treatment and possible operation. Where' the Fanner Falls Down. Tho Rutland Herald quotes Commis sioner of Agriculture Brigham as hav ing said before the Rotary club there to improve his "product. Commission er Brigham will bo the last to deny this. In fact, he is striving to many ways to get the 'dairymen to do this icij mini;, ann mere ja not. in m il that $2,000,000 could be added annually 1 doubtNhat the $2,000,000 he mentions . ,, ' , , j-, ,A...t. f ; would ho hiigrly in the wav of premi- o the ya ue of the da.ry products of m of - pVodlt an1 ermont if their quality could le im proved. ' ".' The Messenger does not know just to what the commissioner referred, but it has been told by excellent author for ity that gpveral cents a pound could be Nhe Hfided to the value of the average Ver- His Honor's Little Joke. .Tudge 1 Us lady witness) Marriedf ' Witness Yes, twice. j J.Age? AVT.---'i'wcr:ty-five. t J. Ates twice. Boston Transcript. is attending the bIiow 1 AY. U. B. "Ferry1 of Waterbury wa I in Barre yesterday , visiting his broth walked through two or three of the . pn c A, jvrrv. local manager for' the had agreed to join me. Not finding him 1 retraced my steps, and .as I was passing along through the car next my own I chanced to see a roll of newr kills on the floor near the end of a seat. In stinctively feeling for my own roll of bills and finding it missing, I picked up different. Another time I was walking the money , and sav at a glance that along one of the market streets of ew York, when a heavy bale of hay, through ihe carelessness of some work men, dropped from thirty to forty feet above me and struck the pavement at jny feet. 1 heard angry words over the mishap, spoken by someone above, me, but I only said to myself, "Lucky egain!" I recall a bit of luck of a dif ferent kind when I was a treasury it was mine. The near-by passengers to feel thier own pockets, but 1 did eye me in surprise, and I suspect began to feel their own pockets, but - I did not stop to explain and went to my seat startled, but happy. I bad missed my friend, but I might have missed something of more value to me just at that time, John Burroughs in Ilarper' Magazine. , Ths'Womani Ready-to-Wear Shop T ; We have just received a few new arrivals in Sports Skirts for Spring Plaid and Striped Skirts have never been so de lightful in colorings, materials or styles as this sea son. Regardless ofall that these desirable models are ruthlessly reduted to prices which prophesy Vapid selling. This announcement is of uncommon importance because of the character of the mer chandise offered, $5.50 and $7.50. Sport Coats jiVst the thing to wear tobogganing, S7.50 to $25.00. " The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. See Keith Avenue Window Harrison Oranite Co. Mr. Perry will leave to-day for. Aueabk? X. Y on business connected with the green granite quarries oyned by the Perry company and opened recently. The company will be incorporated under the i,ew lork law soon and by sprin it is expected that work on a largel scale win do under way. Weather expert -about the city claim that this morning was the cold est of the year despite the depths to which the thermometer dropped yester day. Alone .Main street, from I'ros pect to Merchant thermometers regis terd UO arid-lower t -7 .o'clock wbile that on (lark's feed store showed 31 This was three degrees higher, than yesterday morning However, at the home of I)t .1aek.-on on South Main street a reliable thermometer showed ,18 beloiv, which is believed to be the lowest mercury .reading shown in -the city this season. The party of Barre hunters who returned from Midtone yesterday afternoon report that the n-s just CO below when they left their camp yesterday morn ing. . .Maidstone, however, is muca lar- ther north' than Barre. Card of Thanks. We w to express our sincere thanks !o the friend and neighbors for their kindncs and tlmnghtfulness to us during ,Mr. Rock illness. Mr. and Mrs. K. X. Koek. Sou I U. Barre. What About Winter V eight Merchandise Overcoats, Suits, Sheep-, lined Coats, Reefers, Mack inaws, Underwear, Sweat ers, etc., at ' discount Docs this sound ood to V Special communication of firanite lodge. No. 3,"i, K. A A. M., Friday, .Tan. 27. Work, M. M. degree. Kefreshtnents will be served. This is the annua! occasion known a past matters night, and the member of the X'AtX. Masters" association will occupy -the chair and confer the de grees." IVr orJer W. M. eat. Special fincbve of St. Al demar eommamlery, No. 11. K. T., Thursday evening, .ler. 26, at " o'clock. All officers and mcmWs of drill team requeued to be pre- l'er order E. V. vou . Regular meet ing of i,u'.aj Bsrra chapter, Xo. 493, l XXf O. O. L-, Tfcurd.iy. I J J dsn. in. at 7 o'clock. V V M Initiation and enter tainmcnt. l'er order Will sell at private sale my farm. It5 acres,: two cows, one heifer, T,l( hens; the house, nine-room; electric lights, running . water, one-half mile from postoftice; good chance to raise poul try. Apply to Mrs. Irene Jvclson or Tel. 3!3-31.adv. . , r . j ... Good time - ahead.- Whore Quarry Bank hall, Wednesday evening, f'ni versalis church ladies' union dance. Everybody come. Dancing . from 8 to I.. Carroll's orchestra."?! per couple; extra ladiei, 35c. Tickets now on sale cm Main street. You can't afford to miss this good time. adv. t ; A chance to see ki jumper. in dar ing leaps will lie given at the Aidricii farm, betwwwi Barre and Montpelier, next Saturday afternoon when experts will participate, among the number be ing the Oleson brothers of Montpelier who .learned the sport in Norway ad who gave good exhibitions at Montpel ier last Saturday. There will alto -be others to participate. Those takingUhe electric car to' the . ski - jump should get oft" the' part jit the, switch just south of Intercity park.. The sport will begin about 2 o'clock, j ; - Canada's New Heraldry. Canada atarts the ' new ' year not only with a new government in control, but with a brand new coat-of-arms lor that government's ollicial seal. A royal proclamation lias declared obsolete the former crest a composite arrange ment of the different provincial coats-i of arms, which, with the creation of each additional province, came to have something of the aspect of a patchwork quilt. Its successor, author ized by the same royal patent, em blazons the characteristic rhivalric symbols of the four great nations from which the present Dominion sprang. England, Scotland, Ireland and France, and unites them with the native em blem, the maple leaf. The design thus links the ancient memories of twelfth century I'lantagenet battlefields with the later glory of Yiniy Kidge. . The mam crest Iish as its supiiorters on the right the rovul lion of England upholding 1 lie union flag, while on left he aula ellianve of J-rance and N-ot- land stands typified bv the Scottish' Unicorn holding aloft another (tag. the one that formerly flew from the high ramparts of Quebec, the' fenr-de-lys of roval Fram-A. These, the announce-, nicnts points out, now reappear in a' British cretit for the first time since: 17!K), when King George 111. discarded ' them as being a meaningless survival of King Edward Ill's claim to the I heir present re from meaningless nd will serve to remind Canadians of the future of those great Canadians of the past. Champlain. ( artier, 1-s Salle, Frontenae and Montcalm, who laid so rmly the foundations of the nation ' huh now, as the motto on tlie new coat-of arms proclaims, M retches A mare usoue ad mare. .ew loric Time. crown of t. ixmis. piearanc is far recorder, Dora J. Biou- n. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOR SA IX - V iw?-pa!lUr.irw rki rir. bonat'.r. ktlr, 2tl fimr Antra hif-j.U' bnttte cm: wm tar. rlnrt. Mr; t4 rKanr inr rietat mB ; Tsui V. W'ilo. IWh ri. u :3t TO RKST Si.-r'v-.n. trtrrnt at iwwt M Crtr and Cr-i,4 lnw : Inqiurc f C. W. Anil. ru W ANrt'-fl- A wiri ar THi . -cJ wnmttn ' IT I rArrt-S : 1 ij U, Hrrv Mmr iio. r it.nH. ,H, -u. -Jt AKTFtl tn Ororm iim. a wia -w.r in fmHy M tmm: rwr fcr W ! are; wtirow W. C. KtoifT. Umw. Vt. DyTB,sh"ff ""! rrfs' ui viPRr Mil fc-k: BfxIcT pr-kM rarm to ,hn 4m" mrit -trP : ef4r rmtl r Afin Hflftjr, ilIumiM EAST MONTPEUER Annnal Masonic danoe and f'.iicken pie iupppr will be heht at North Mont pel r Fc 17. adv. Anditors' Meeting. The auditors of the town of East Mirtilpcli'T .will nn-ct at the town cW-rk vf uT, .. 31. It.'i. a l II a. m. to audit the acr-ouuts uf the toa of ficer. A!o at l tie ssme time and p!a there will he a wwtitig f the Urd of H il authority for ltnvut of taxes. VLAlSrlELD Anr.okl Ms""!.' nrr nj rkirkea- pie op"-r nl b hfd at North Mttat- le!ir rt li. aJi. BETHEL For I'. )s'r. V-mt tri5, lk" hi'(r.i h-ie, Tasi-dsy, .ln. ;- adv. would be largely pure profit to be add ed to whatever profit is now secured.' It is a pity that the state is losing this possible f'4,HK,u0tl, especially when tho state is trying to do so much for our agricultural interests. .. There was accompanied bv her aintor Mr. i ..... I., .I.-- if fnr, ,. "- y v f-' "".""-( uriiing Tumor i ii- pari oi me agriciuiunsis. iney, Augustus Turner., dse a. little more care p handling his Jmuch more tha , wther jaustrV, Miss A. T. Soribne-r was called to mi k and cream, y" ... ; i are in partnership with the state, and Stowe by the death pf her nephew. J). ' M it wmes to Ihe essenger from W't ,,artner9. they should do C. Scnbticr. She. attended his funeral, this same authority, the. cost of the ti,pir tmos' to make the 'most of their extra care needed would be only a (ortullRjl,g After it k ttv fract.on of a cent a pound so that the of n,any ,e t() w?)rk , several additional cents that might be sympathy to the poor farraer wUen as secured would be practieally clear )S virlualiy throwing $2,000,- profit. et, tins extra attention is not 0(M, annually St. Albans Mes fortheommg ttnd the dairyman is pay- ( gei)gPr , ing a very high price for his neglect. fc " is not a matter that af- This evening is the regular convoca tion of Queen Esther chapter. Mo. 7, O. E. S., at Masonic lmli. There will be the working of degrees. Stereopticon views will be shown and present ma ron's night observed. Rntfera Pointed Question. It was at a " college daiu-e. The young nia.i had -jus! been introduced to her and after a brief and awkward silence he ventured, "You are from the West. I understand." "Yes, from Indiana," she replied. "Hoosier girl." ) He started and flu-hcd deeply. "Why-er-really," he stammered, "I I don't know that is, haven't quite decided yet." Boston Transcript. : ( t , COUGHS AIIO COLDS often tenacious, are a drain upon the vital forces. SCOTT'S Eil1ULSE0;i strengthens the whole system and helps drive out the pre- Saw this fcets tho dairyman alone. It affects every one of us because, in many ways, we are spending no small amount of money for the improvement of the dairy products in Yermont. With the taxpayers of the state, assuming this burden, tha farmer is under an obli gation to all of us to make the most ; of his opportunities. . ; j . This ho is not doing on the state-1 ment of the commissioner himself. It is possiMi! for the Yermont dairyman : Edison is First With Broadway: Hits! AU of the important dance and vocal hits are now released first on the New Edison. .. Mr. Edison installed a special de partment for "Hit" manufacture, to do this. Watch our window if you want to know what the latest Hits are. February Hits . No. 5QS91 Price $1.35 Georgia Te-Fox Trot, flosentiial; and It a You Fox Trot Wiedoft'i t'alifornians. , ", V No. 50809 Price $1.35 In My Heart, On My Mind All Day Long and I Wonder If Vou Care For Me; Kalmar-II. Huby-Snyder; and Tuck Me . to Sleep Signor l.u ' Cliiha "Friscoe" . ' ' '' ".. N No. 50892 Price $1.35 Ka-lu-a Medley Fox Trot (Introducing "Blue Danube Blues") CJood Morning Dearie, - Kern, Broadway Dance Orchestra; and Leave Mo With a Kmile Fox Trot. j ; No. 50861 Price $1.35 Crealore's Hand March, Iasilli Crealore and His Band Pep Characteristic, Amsden New York Military Band . No. 50862-Price $1.35 Saxema, Wiedoeft Saxophone , Rudy Wiedoeft : Return of Spring: Waltz, Waldteufel The Three Vagrants Accordion, Clarinet and Guitar No. 50863 Price $1.35 With All Her Fault I Love Her Still. Roscnftld Tenor Walter Scanlan and Mixed Chorus Silver Sands of Love, Sanders-Carlo-Bteau Elizabeth Spencer and Charles Hart Soprano and Tenor ; No. 50864 Price $1.35 Compel Hymns, No. 1, Chimes Bella of Old Trinity, Mew York, Played by William Murray Goj-pel Hymns, No. 2. Chimes Bells of Old Trinity, New York, Played by WUliam Murray No. 806821-Price $1.85 Santiago Waltz, Corbin , Peerless Orchestra Conchita, Vectey Armand Vecsey and Hungarian Orch. No. 80684 Price $1.85 . The Wren, Lehmann ; and The Cuckoo, Lehmann Soprana Stella Power Se Saran Rose (Love in Springtime), Arditi Stella Power Soprano, in Italian ' No. 80685 Price $1.85 I Nerd Thee Every Hour, Lowry Metropolitan Quartet Mixed Voices Come, Thou Fount of Evry Blessing, Wyeth Mied Voicea Metropolian Quartet , No. 80686 Price $1.85 ForgolUn. Cowles Eugene Cowles O'er the Billowy Sea, E. Smif h. ' Donald Chalmers and Male Chorus No. 80687 Price $ 1 .85 " Do Ycu Hear Me Calling? Sc hroeder-Macfluigan Vicba Madeleine Macfiuigan Lancelot Pizzicato, Adam Reed Orchestra Step in and hear the?e new Hits! We have a rack now that holds 1.000 records and know that we will be able to take care of all record bu.ine?s in the future. DrowiVs Drug Store Tel. ao and 631 i WILLYS-KNIGHT ix Willys Knight Touring The 100,000 Mile Car 99 "Just Purrs With Content Willys-Knight owners know that their car is always in tip-top condition and ready for any journey. ,' . The Sleeve-Valve motor just improves with use. No valve grinding, no carbon, cleaning, rio lubricating trouble. And it licks up the miles with surprisingly low gasoline and oil consumption. : ' - .; ;": ; ;,. .'. v-; You find content surpassing price in the Willys-Knight at $1525.00. . . - ; ! Touring f. o. b. Toledo, was $1893, now $1525 Sedan f. o. b. Toledo, was $2750, now . . . .$2395 Roadster f. o. b. Toledo, was $1895, now $1475 Coupe f. o. b. Toledo, was $2550, now . . . .$2195 $1525 H. F. Cutler & Son 13 South Main Street Tel. 750 Enjoy Winter- Sports Nov These crisp winter days mean health and happi ness to lovers of exhilarating outdoor sports. ' The pleasure is doubled if you have the right out fit Here are winter sporting goods that will help send red blood through your veins and put color in vour cheeks. Other Outdoor Goods Sleds Ski Toboggans Snow Shoes Jumpers Hockey Sticks Winchester Skates. Good lines, durable . construction, fine finish. Models for the beginner, the hockey player and the expert figure skater. Headquarters for all Sporting Goods 2 C. W. Averill & Co. ESKIMO PIES 10c EVER TRY ONE? EAST Bi RUE- jl f., i . tii ' '.. ? t; tiki Wa nd ; 5 " k t P I l F. ;w I f-s-". F. t Frank McWhorter Co. the WmCff5TR STORE Ji2