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ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2,
83rd YEAR NUM1
FAIRBANKS A. A.,
St. Jolmbury Team Makes
Good Showing In S to 3
Tlw Fuiibanks A. A. opened their
bp.scltall mason Monday afterno.111
against I ho Lyndonville bnsohnll le.inl
winning by u score id' S to !!. Tin1
game was played I ( lore a lar;,c
crowd oul to see .the St. Johrsbiiry
team for the- first time.
The value win interesting :il some
of its stapes, while at other times, i1
was listless. After the last half (if
the eighth, numy of tin- fans, in
cluding some, ol tile players, believing
it to lie the first of the ninth, depart
ed 'Voni the field. " This mistake was
rallied hv the failure of the nssocia
tion to provide a scorer. All in all it
was a very auspicious start for the
new athletic association.
Collins' hitting fcatureil for the. lo
cals, while for the visitors Aheani at
short was the star, and Wakefield's
hitting we... of tin? better order.
Mahan. pitching for the locals,
proved ell'ertivc all through tho game
lie retiring ' by the strike route. He
was nuked for seven safeties, and at
least thre.1 of these should have been
outs, Sleeper for the visitois was V. it
for 'he same number of safe ones,
but. the heals gathered theirs in
hunrhfs, .o that the .--coring was
more regular. lie retired five on
r ai-harks sroinl their first run in
the first inning after the visitors hail
been retired witn four men cnmir.g
1m the bat. ('minor was hit on the lev
and took first, and while (!. Lynch
was striking out he stole second, i.i -goi'dre
and Iloernle the next two up,
each ilrew a miss, the tatter's ot;,e
forcing both Connor anil Logon Ire to
move up a peg. He tbeti scored
when ('.,1'uns got his first hit. The
side was retired when Heath (lied to
Aheani at short, and ho doubled Col
lins r.l first.
In the first half of the fourth life
visitors got two of their three runs
after Ahearn bad hern thrown out a!
first bv G. Lynch. Wakefield at"!
I'aie;e both got a hit apiece, and wro
both forced ope base, when Cl.u k
di tw a pass. Burns struck out, al
though ot nf the balls on bun w;i,s.
a passed hall, allowing Wakefield to
score. The next man up, Sleener ot
a hit, getting Paige over the plate for
their i the:' run. In this inning Clark
was thrown out at the plate by Con
nor, making the third out.
SI. .Toht.shuiy came nark for one
in this ini.ing, getting it after Heath
had In en thrown out at the plale, fol
lowing hi, hi', force to second and
advancement to third on Gnlla'-he. 's
hit. Hall. in bit to short and HeaMi
was thrown out by Ahearn on a p-:r-
(Conlinued on page six)
Boys9 Wash Suits
Just the thing for Summer. Not only arc
these Wash Suits practical and economical
because of their tubbing qualities, but they
are especially desirable because of their
coolness in hot weather.
We have a large variety to choose
from; choice styles, reasonable prices,
made from materials that wear well. Ages
2 to (S years.
Buddy Vindex Uhdersuits, ages 2 to 12 yrs.
Steele, Taplin & Co.
W. A. TAPLIN, Prop.
On the Hill
A Cood Place to Buy Children's Suits ,
Black Straws for the "Kiddies"
$1.50, $1.75, $2.00
Unusually Short Session Ex
pected with Judge But
The June term of Caledonia couaty
court ope ied at St. Johnsbury Tues
day morinhg with Judge M. Bulk I
nf Rutland presiding. Prayer was
oM'crrl bv Rev. A. S. Woodworth a:id
the Ci.url took up immediately the
docket. Judge Butler was anxioas
to rid tlx.' (locket o! the old cases and
ocra-ional'y a case wouid he reported
settle i, hut nio-t of them w.-rr
eiiher pas.-ed or contimu'd.
TIM follewili'' caes were reported
dix'iintinued: F. V. Sanborn v. L.
W. Hall; Chafiin & Adams Co. v.
Kmmu King; Anne Ca-sidy v. John
Ctis.,ady; A. II. McLeod Milling Co.
v. Wane l .1. Knap); Marina Carp 'li
ter v. Kst. of lv;a Allen; Hardwiek
Savings P.aak & Trust Co. v. V d
Wood: K. R. FUtcher v. James Od
gors; Ktln'i M. How v. George A. 1 C ill
Tho trial list contained but 14 cases
and about half of these were remov
ed from ihe docket. Several wwro
passed and others continued. In the
cases of Wholai- I. Pierre and F.d
ward A. Pierce v. McKavNJ. Ford for
alleged injuries in an automobile col
lision about a year ago in the Lyn
don road, the attorneys icported .that
the terms of settlement were agieod
The first cue to be tried will be
that of A. I. Littlehale v. W. II. Nu
gent and Dominic Cos'a, to be fol
lowed by another case brought
again -t; the same parties by F. S.
Bee!:. These suits are brought to i"
cover a b: lance dun on the shipment
to tlv defendants of a consignment
of Maino i.pples. Tho jury will be
drawn in this case Tuesday afternoon
and then excused until Thursdal. It
is possible that these will be the otdy
jury cases trie this term, though two
others are set for trial. In any event
the June term promises' to be the
shortest in the history of the county
for many years. It is .ikely that all
jury cases will he disposed of this
week and Judn'o Butler will (jive ;he
rest of hi i time to Couft cases.
Dcath of (ieorjre A. BalcTTi
(I'-'i'ge A. Balch died at his homo
in Lunenburg Thursday noon and the
funeral will be held Sunday after
noon at four o'clock. Mr. Balch was
well known throughout this entire
section as the head of the Lunenbuiy
Manufacti.i ing Company and had
many frieiuU in the casket trade who
will b" .saddened by his death. A
particularly sad feature of his death
is the fact that his other Lunenburg
brother, kail O. Balch, is very sick.
Choice Concert by
the Lotus Quartette
The Lotus Mate Quartette of !!--Ion,
mo-t ably assisted bv Miss Kthcl
II 111011, leader, j.,ave a conn i t at
Masonic Temple Monday eveni'iK
thai, was hugely enjoyed by a larjje
and very apnrcciatixc audience. It
was 'lie fiiierd. concert ever j!,iven in
the Temple and the siny.cis and tne
reader are a.-.-ured of a v.aim wel
come whei evti they come to St.
Johnsbury ayain. There was a pa
triotic to'ch to tho enl ire program
which op' iied with "The Stai
Spa:v;lod Banner" and closed with
"Who Will Tell the Staiv when tic
Boys in Blue aio (ion ?." Many nf
the ongs, too, were ha '.'id on events
of the hi 'it war, while the star pit "t
of Miss Ilii-.tonV was her captivating
and at times thrilling description of
her entertainment work overseas with
tho '-Y." All the art Us were nr-st
icneious with encores and more
than a doublo urogram was given. A
local touch was given by Mr. Can
nell who spoke of vecrK-ing a postal
from the Masonic Temple while over
seas. Ho showed it to in officer who
lived arrives the street, as he ';aew lie
,was a Vermonte--, anl the officer vas
Capt. Pel lev B. Hartwell.
The Lotus Male Quartette r.rc
the' leaders in their lino and their
cert was lull of choice selections,
rend"ied with a most artistic finish.
This was Miss Hinton's first appear
ance here, and impersonations were
iiven with an interpretation
showed a perfcrt knowledge of
char icteri.-tics of the different
Attractive Program Provid
ed for Next Thursday's
Tho Bfiii annual meeting of the
Caledonia Association of Congrega
tional churches will be held with the
Congregational church in Danville
Thursday, Juno ,5. The general
theme is "This Country of Ours," and
the program includes among the
speakers Ilev. r. F. C. Launbach
of the Philippines, P.ov. C. C. Merrill
ofmirmtoi and Lelaml A Wood,
the county agricultural agent. "Fol
lowing is the program.
t().f!0 Assistant Begistiar's Repnrt
of the Churches, Bev. K. K, Grant
11.00 Devotional Service
Rev. Robert Clark
11.15 Sermon "The Psychology of
(living," Rev. II. J. Ilinman
l."0 Scripture and Prayer
Rev. John Irons
l.'l." Address "An Adequate Min
istry for the Churches of the Coun
try" Rev. F. W. Hodgdon, Boston
2.15 County Sui-vey
Rev. F. B. Richards
2.45 "Caledonia County and the
Congregational World Movement"
K. IT. Cowlc?
.1.00 "Rural Cooperation," L. A.
Wood, Cal. County Agricultural
.1.20 Round Table Conferenc-
"This County's Relation to the
World Wide Field." Rev. F. C.
Laubarh, Ph. If., Philippines
4.00 Woman's Hour
7.15 Scripture and Prayer
Rev. F.. II. Gordon
7.45 Address "The County's Op
portunity in the State Fellowship,"!
Rev. C. C. Merrill, Burlington
Address "What This County Can
Do to Prevent the Orient from Ruin-1
nig the World ' ICev. I'. 1'. Lauuarn
MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES AT
The first four grades at the school
in Paddock village combined Friday
afternoon in a suitable observance of
Memorial day when the following
proeram v. as rendered:
"One Land United" The School
Mit.il Stiles and Charlotte Colby
Charlotte Busbey, Leroy Weymouth
Memorial Day Hag
Marjorie Duval, Marjorie Hoy!,
Donald Cutting, Ivis Eastman,
Merrill Bailey, Marion McDon
ald "Defending the Flag"
Grant Tripp, Kverett Mathews,
Song Si;: boys
Flags of the Yoxir Ten pup. Is
Recitation Allen Car.rr
History of our Flag Five girls
Recitation Eaile Waterman
Recitation ' Two pupils
Song "O Brinii; the Fife and Bring
larion Moulton, George McNamava
Vclma Hinman, Sidney Eastman
A Flag Game
Alice Edwards, Ernest Clarke,
Edward Wilson, Arthur Grady,
Frank Gammell, Robert Vernon,
Play Second Grade
Address "America" Bernard Donald
The- less some neonle work, the
more fearful they are least they are
working too hard. '
AT OLD RED
Over 100 Had a
Time at So. Wheelcck
Over 100 bail a unique ami very
niovabl- time Thursday night at the
'. , ., i ii 1 1 ,,
Old lie 1 Sehoolhouse m South
Wheelock where an eye
was 'ei ved which had as its piece dc
resistant-? sugar on snow. About 50
went up from St. Johnsbury, many by
invitation of Charles H. (loss, who
furnished Packard cars for the va
rious parties. The 1" mile ride up the
valleyto this sightly spot was nu-.de
it sunset and promptly at 7 o'clock
the ladies announced that their feast
was ready. The new sugar was made
by Hailey Sherburne and plenty of
mow was found in the woods near bv
where the men reported a drift thie'e
leet deen. In case any ol our Cab-
foinia readers think that our long
winter has forever disappeared iL was
quietly whispeied around that on one
of tlv roads on Stannar l mountain
there is still so much snow in the
road that teams are still making a de-
tour ih rough a field.
The supper included besides (lie
sugar on snow with hot doughnuts,
com nieais, a saiaa, roils, race anil I
coffer-. It was splendidly cooked and
the ladies in charge of the cooking
and serving were Miss Buckley, M-s.
Tlu'ehinsi'i, Miss Sherburne, Af s.
Moshor arnl Mrs. Darling. Following
the sujipe" there was daring through
out the ('.cuing.
The return trip was made by moon
light and 1 11 that had the pleasure of
the adventure are enthusiastic over
The Oi l Red School House is a
community organization which live
had stood since lSlil on the other
side ..f the road and moved it to us
j'ii:eiiL i.uuMe xi. (.ass, i wiiUei'.
a na.ive of Wheelock, and others in I The' "cntlemen were met here bv
yea s no took the sehoolhouse tnatwo members of the commercial
the neighborhood formed an associa- i rh,hU committee on the normal
lion to make a community house out
of the building and they wen- ally
assis-ed in their project by the l.ito
Ford Chase of Loon 'Lake, N. Y., an
other son of Wheelock. Hon. Theo.
N. Vail and Hon, Elmer A. Darling
were .generous contributors to the en
terprise, ..Mr. . Darling furnishing the
hand-:ome .sign on tho front of the
build r.g. The building is used by the
people of the neighborhood for social
and philanthropic purposes and is
kept open as a tea house through the
The Obi Red School House stands
on hi toric ground id commands
one of the most sightly views in this
section. Here stood for many years
ihe. Free Baptist church and on tiie
plateau wr-ie the old training grounds
where wrestling matches were held in
othr days with the champions of the
vicinity. Here also the town meetings
were held and the older residents can
tell many stories of the exciting con
tests of pilose davs.
The Old Red School House is sav
ing a spb ndid purpose in the com
munity and the members of, the asso
ciation deserve hearty support in
keeping 'he building open for the va
ried purposes for which it was in
tended by its far sighted founders.
SOLD TO MAPLE
GROVE CANDY CO.
Of St. Jolinsbliry's
a n i i a
Finest Estates Again
The Oilman Brothers, who rorenity
bought Pi-a-hum of Miss Theodora
F. Willard, have sold the property to
the Maple Groves Candy Co., Inc.
and fhe irtcds were made Saturday
attetnoon. George C. Cary has btn .
interested ih securing this propcity I
for some tunc w ith an especial desire ,
of preserving the estate intact
fought t'.i property of its present
owner in the interests ot the Maple
Grove Candy Co., Inc. It is under
stood that the company plan to util
ize the m rchase for the manufac
ture of their maple sugar and candy
This wa.? the site, which the local
committee for the normal school had
in mind foi the location of the Ver
mont Teachers' College and Dr.
Bagiey, who visited the spot Fi iday,
was charmed with the site and its
Tho property consists of about 15
acres and as all St. Johnsbin v le.u-
dents know was the home for o
many years of Gov. Horace Fan
banks. The former owner, Miss '!
lard, a gianddauglitcr of Gov. Fair
banks, is i-ow in England on her w iv
homo from a trip around the world
and yf expected in St. John, bu y
some time in August.
Mrs. Johanna Harvey am! Mrs.
Ruth Harvey who have been visiting
nt W. E. Stevens', returned to Boston
Several Canadian farmers ore in
this vicinitv lookinir ovctv our farms.
Henry Adams was in North Troy
several di ys recently. v
Woman's Auxiliary of
Tile W .Mien's Auxiliary of the Am
eiieri Le; ion, W. U. Knapp Post,
No. :-!, nut at the Elk's Home Thu.s-
!ay evening, tor organization unit
lection of oflirers. Mrs. Helen
I Powell was elected president; Mrs.
Rae Lyncii, vice president; M s.
I'-'li'h Ilawkinson, secretary ; Miss
Angelina Steiison, treasurer. These
oIl'K'rr: v.! ill Mrs. Isabel Howes. Mrs.
Is; h( l .'ardent and Mrs. Clara i eter
son, form the executive committee.
There are between ill) and 10Mnaii.es
! ;I'I';1 )''"t time. The char
ter v '11 be held open until the next
,.,V! , ,'.. r. ., ..,.,.
! the .'hin t'-.' is closed the fee.- will he
.00, with annual dues of $1.00.
The I.Iks have very kindly given
them the use of their rooms until
they seen e neinuineiit; quarters and
the '.ulies were given a hulfet lunch
at t!v- clo ;e of the meting. The lunch
cam as a surprise to the ladies and
con ii.-ied ol a welsii iarel.it. m:tnle I
ii. d cake. i
i QPI CPflM
j .if1.!, r.l . I I Mill
I V. Y.
Looks Over Possible Lo
cation in St. J.
Dr. W. C. Bagiey of 'he Teacher-.'
Coll.'ge ranneeted with Columbia
I. nivcrsitv spent Friday in St. Joluis
bary looking up sites for the central
n iriiiid school soon to be erected by
the state.- Dr. Bagiey was accom
panied on the trip by II. O. Hutchin
son of Burlington, a gentleman con
nected with the educational depart
ment of Vermont and well-known in ,lnr -ohacro interests into the Nation
S;.. Inlmsburv as he substituted hero I i r .,.,. , nf p.il.lie Oninion was at-
j (llll.ini,. Supt.' Young's illne.
school rjopos't""'- f,ul- i';
Young and Arthur 1'. htone. aim
!.ru'Y. Ihii v'li'innu site in the village
that might be available tor the new mornin,r session the A JWT de
school. Late in the afternoon l'1c ' partment superintendents Were nom
lnembcrs of the school board, wall jnated and afterwards elected:
the nresident and- secretary o the j FA-nngelistie and Sunday Schools,
Commercial Club, took the visitoi s to jj,., iaa c. Gregg, Barnet.
Speedwell Farms, WilltfUgubv Lake,!
Burkelyn Hall and the Fast Buike
Community House. J. II . Brooks
drove the party around in bis car and
the iri was very much enjoyed by
the guests. .
Dr. Bagiey and Mr. Hutchinson
left early Saturday morning for Cas
pian Lake where a conference of the
school superintendents in northern
Vermont h: being held today with
Dr. Bagiey is making a survey of
the state to locate the new institu
tion and Las already visited Burling
ton. Rutland. Middleburv, Montpeiier
and St. jonnsitury. i.mong tne onier
rommiftiities to be visited al-o Hard
wick, Northfield, White River Junc
tion and Banc. He will make a re
port of his suirey to the State Board
of Fduration shortly and thev will
decide upon the location of the new
.The new institution will be knovn
as the Vermont Teachers' College
and the '-.aiin building will be huge
enough to accommodate from "00 to
'100 students. This represents one
tenth of lac present teaching force in
the ' tato and the department of edu
cation find that they have to furnish
about that number of teachers evr-'-y
year. B ides the main building
there will ho one or more dnrniitories
for the students, an athletic field and
other accessories. Eventually it is
''at there will be over 500
pupils in the institution. It has il-
ready a fund of $100,000 from ihe
Carnegie foundation and will un
doubtedly become in a very few years
one of the leading institutions of its
kind in New England.
Dr. Barley expressed himself as
much nleised with one of the sites
shown him by the St. Johnsbury com-
mitteo anq ins report to tne Stele
Board will bo awaited with much in-
SOLD TO FARMERS
E. C. Chandler and E. H. Hallctt
have returned to St. Johnsburv from
Boston where they went to complete
the trade to transfer the PlymouMi
Creamery plant to the farmers who
have subscribed to the co-operative
enterprise. The deal which the faim
evs have been trying to put through
has been elosed to the satisfaction of
f;;i parties and the concern under ihe
c-j-operatiyc management ought to
ro an even larger business than under
iis formed control.
The retailors who wero advised to
stock up heavily because prices wera
going up again next fall, are now b?
ing compelled to reduce stock by call
ing of their loans. They have unani
mously reached the conclusion that
the first hundred years are the hard-
Profitable Two Days' Ses
sion Held at Congrega
The "Oth annual convention of t ie
Caledonia County W. C. T. IT. was
held in the Congregational chinch at
Barnet Tuesday afternoon and Wed
nesday. There was a go.nl attend
ance of U legates from all parts of
the county and a very piof'.'.alile pio
gram carried out. Mrs. M. II. (loss
of St. Johnsbury presided at the ses
sions as inosident of the organi?a
! Mrs. Id x C. Gregg of Barnet wel
1 romed the delegates at the opening
! session Tuesday afternoon to which
i Mrs. M. K. Fail banks at West Burl'c
happily responded. Daring the cl.il
j drcnVhour Mrs. Chorlotte Slociim of
! Ai.ilv.-rst, Mass., addre.-sed the little
Ifolk-, explaining the prohibitory law
and the iiurpo.es ot the Loyal lem
perancc Legion. Mrs. M. L. Pear-oil
i of Orleans, state president, oriefly al
! dressed .he convention, requesting
' that definite plans be; made bv ev( rv
, union for the membership drive, a.id
I that an effort shouid be made to
finish raising ihe county's npportion
I ment for the Jubilee drive.
I At the evening session Rev. Arthur
F,. Gregg, pastor of the chinch, con
' ducted th ? devotional service and
' Miss "lihiied Haywood gave a recital
of a .empi rance story. Mrs. Slocum
j was the speaker of the evening and
began by refeinng to the glorious
achievement accomplished in the
! passage of the 18th amendment. She
aid the organisation oi tne liquor
tempt nig to make the 18th amend
ment forever imperative. Mrs. Slo
cum said this propaganda could only
ho comb itted by a continuous cam-.-n
m" f'flne:.! inn. In .sneakin.?' of
the million dollar drive she said
n,ont had nearly reached
i a. .u ..('
. christian .Citizenship, Mrs. Mary
McGill. East Barnet,
Flower Mission, Mrs. BoHo Mor
Literature and Press, Mis. S. X.
Moral Education, Mrs. Blanche
Anti-Narcotics, Mrs. L. A. Orn,
Franchise, Mrs. Myrtle S. Cross,
S. T. L, Mrs. Carrie Clifford, East
Health and Heredity, Mrs. M. K.
Parliamentary Usage, Mrs. Inn
Rescue, Mrs. Mary Gillif., Danvillea
Medal Contest, Mrs. Emily Albec,
Temperance and Labor, Mrs. Eb'io
M. Harvey, St. Johnsburv.
The morning session was occupied
largely with reports from the depart
ment superintendents. "Carry On"
was 'lie message brought by Mrs.
Elsie Pease Barney of Swanton. She
said the boys and girls must be con
tinually -taught the evils of intemper
ance that the 18th amendment might
be perpetuated. She urged the women
to use their rights as voters for the
sake of a principle.
Mrs. Slocum of the influence of
wearing the white ribbon and Mrs.
M. K. Fairbanks of W est BurFe ad
vocated physical training in our pub
lis schools as the training of the body
shouid be attended to as well as that
of the mind. A pancr on tho "Con
servation of Youth" by Mrs. Louise
C. Rov of St. .TohnsBury was read by
The following officers were elected:
Pro, Mrs. M. II. doss. St. Johns
bury; first vice pres., Mrs. Ida C.
Gregg, Barnet: second vice pres.,
Mrs. A. S. Bole. East Hardwirkfaec,
Mrs. M. K. Fairbanks, West Burke;
treas.. Mrs. Louise C. Roy, ,. St.
Johnsbury; auditor, Mrs Mary tlillis,
Fallowing a bountiful dinner came
the 'danting of the memorial or
friendship tre. This ceremony took
place on the grounds of the parson
age, the guest of honor, Mrs. Char
lotte Slocum, casting in the fust
shov?lful of earth. Mrs. M. H. G(
read n few appropriate lines of
poetry and Rev. Arthur E. Greg?
spoke of the tree as providing shade
for 'he future wavfarer and as aiding
in the conservation of sugar, as it
was i maple tree.
At the memorial sen-ice these were
named as having died during the
vear: Miss Nettie Lang and Mrs.
Margaret Gilfillan, both of Barnet;
Miss Harriet Choate of Danville,
Mrs. Kate M. Ruggles, St. Johns
burv. The banner was awarded the St.
Johnsburv Union as reporting the
larp-st gain in membership.
The county association has 154
members and 17 honorary members.
This is an increase of 29 cjurng the
year. Sixty-eight regular meetings
were held, six special meetings and
two eublic meetings. The sum of
$125. 15 was expended during the year
as follow.: State work, $GOi90, coun-j
ty work, $15,30, local work, $49,25.
Addresses Sunday and M
day by Chaplain Adaif
and Cong' man Dale;
Cham bell in Post, No. 1, Ml
observed Memorial day nnj '
who assisted in the cxereisesjqir,?
day and Monday joined in Jury)
lender tribute to the "BoysTri jjj
The pie-Memorial serviik''!
held at. the South church Sjiidij
teiiioon. Thirteen ot the vcspMn
up:ed front seats and the (Lrattt
lin Relief Corps.'the veterans .of
Spani. h-Ainei iean war and tpfcl'J
ican Legion acted as escort. TM
votional srrvicev were in t'ttarg
Rev. Francis A. Poole and thl cn
choir sang two patriotic atlth
Kipling's "Recessional", an4 j
I'hee, Oh, Country". CMll
Chaunco'.' A. Adams, pastor of
Danville Congregational church!,
rong addresi on CouiUjfl
Every Dav Living". He said tt
courage to play the game in tinw
peace. Tt uching on the great
pose of i.U the wars of the JLJ1
Sta'e;, to free a nation or fi
enslaved people, he said the
war had the same purpose for
Germany .-truck her blow the civi
tion of tbf world was at stake.
Ho deel ired the League of No'
and the proposed mnnnate tor
metiia was a desire to live for ot
ind that the ereat glory of Bel
was that she cared lor ot
rather than to tell the Geiwnn I
to pass on and ruin the world.
("ongr.is.sman Porter H. Dale
a ringing and eloquent address ii
Colonial Monday afternoon nh
closing fea.ture of the two days
servance. Starting with the tho
that the Civil War veterans ho
great expiiienco in living to wel
back the soldiers of tho world Wll
developed tho thought 'hat each
passed along un inspiration to
next geneujfi to win their war,
useiV. 'llustration by nu
Ool. Alfred C. A
''" ranee that tho sacrifice
nfS father, Lyndon Arnold of
John-bury, helped him "enrry oi
Col. Ibde described the spl
work of the 20th division at C
in-des-Dan es. Fleury and Xivro
said en the Sunday of June 16
tho boys of this division were 4
the (;iy, at JtfcKinley'jr.itonie
in Canton," Ohio, the mtliwtf'wi
the socialist party were holdif
convention, attended by thousaj
boys in tlie draft age. Eugel
Debs, was, telling the boys not j
list, and criticising the goverr
along the lines for-which.. he w;
lei-wards convicted and' imprit
At the hearings in Washington
Dale said, it was found that o
per cent of the university profi
of thn United States were tea
socialism, and today the UniV
of California had a "Debs for'',
dent"' club of 150 members.,
Tonchirg upon the spread
shevism. Col. Dale said that. )t
Trotsky left New York city foil!
sia he said he was going to Hud
stop the war. "I want yovl to
here and organize until we eW.
throw this dirty, rotten goveri
of tho United States." , :i
Col. Dale compared the opfl
of the Civil War with the licH
the worid war and described 1
tail he Meuse-Argonne cam
The 2fith Division took part ft
and was one of the four Antf
Divisions that with two divlRid
the French army went Into Sod
the conclusion of the campaign.
the speaker said really closed
Onlv 20 veterans of the Civil
wero in the parade which prei
The first division was compoi
Co. D, First Vermont Inf., V.
(Continued on page six),1
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