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F 'STA TE FUNDS THE CALEOONIAN-RECORO The Weather Showerslate tonight and Sunday. Warmer in in terior. Cooler Sunduy. Moderate wind.s. A Newspaper Covering the Kntire Northeast Sec tkm of Vermont Stato Every Working Day, LATEST EDITJON VOL. V NUMHER 19 ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1920 PRICE TWO CENTS 070 AG si S A UDIT O d PEÀ r su 1.1 Heads of Fairbanks, Morse Co. Honor Men Who Have Served Company 25 Years The Masonic Tempie at St. Johnsbury was the scene bf,a notable occasion Friday evéning when Herity J. FuSer, now of New York city and President of the E. and T. Fairbanks and Company, gave a complimentary banquet to al! of the cmployes who ' lind served 25 years or moie in the! St. Johnsbury plant. Therc were j beautiful home am, envnonment. 112 of these" and the ioli of honor H'' -! hl' always wanted to in another column. About a ij lieti l'i uiiuuk i iviuniiii wuui , fiO guests al.o sat at the tables and ! it was midni-ht before the festivities j were over. Music was furnished bv j Sargent's orchestra and Mike Philo- polus of the Star Restaurant was the! caterer. Above the head table was ! the American Mg and upon it the ' enlarged reproduction of the adver- ' tisement in the Saturdav Evenirne j Post, representjni- Sir ' Thaddeus Fairbanks ridine to Wa,hington on horseback to net his first patent. i Pnllnvnnr,- U tho nnnetÌ7 inr menu: Cantaloupe Cobi Consommo Kennebec Salmon, Hollandaise lioast Chicken a la Fairbanks Vegetables SalaH Ice Cream Cake Coffee President Fuller acted fts toast master and mened with the address of the evenine. Mr. Fuller said he had ahvavs been ' inipresred bv the j hi"-h àan'lards set by the emnloyes of the scale factory at St. Johnsbury their standard of workmanshin, standard of livinq;. the hieh moral at mosphei thnt could be felt bv any one visitine- this town and cou'd also be seen bv the care taken of their V,'.,.. Mi inesns waniilh in t!:e wintcr, coolnt-ss in the suinr.ier and Miciith always. Asplialt mean.-. '-vcrlasting T,ri.t-?ctìi)!ifrom suirms and water, rust and decav. Crushed fiale r.-.cans lire )rotectiun conibined with the heauty of imfadinfj naturai colurs. ' Ali this you secure when you roof your home with Asphoilf Siate ShinqlQO Approved by UNDERWRITERS' LABORATORI ES Every ahingle perfect, unlorni. Lald four ini hi-s to the weathi-r. Japroiil Aaphalt Slule ShinKlcs cover your roof three ilppp. In etornm your hntiH vili reniain prfrtly dry ami wlii'l-titht. Nut a aliinKlt ili rurl ur ur;j. Al! Caldbeck-Cosgrove Corp. IN SS wm A Six-reel Pathe Super-special Featui'e Adapted from the famous novel by Bret Harte. A big star, a big novelist, in a big story, with ali the color of the West, ali the Iure of its open spaces, the beauty and charm of the mountains and big trees bathed in sunlight. Of rugged hearts, of Flaming Passions and the cali of the Golden West. . . Big V Comedy: "PALS and TUGS" ww nls appiecunion uhi- - , siule lu"" i; portune upon the anmversurv Ox his 'e4U's , , , M'- ruller then presente! to each tho employi-s a beautiful pò d r.-.eda! in the forni of u wutch toh, 'eh in a lcather case. The medals ad on one side tne trademark of the Fairbanks scale. ìopresenting the world with a scroll across it rcading "Fairbanks Serdes . On the revee were the word. E. and T. ruiìuanss ani xc-.u, ,c.-r..i. ci (name of employe there engrav ed) in recognition of twenty-five vears of faithful service." Charles H. Mo:e, Sr., of Chicago, a native of St. Johnsbury and now chairnian of the bottrd of directors nf Fairbankr, Morse & Co., was the next spcakei. He led the list of long-time employes, having been in the .-cale business 70 vears. He said he had motored .100 miles to be pres ent on this occasion to show he was stili interested in the St. Johnsbury factory. He then naid a hith tribute to the founders, ali of whom were his personal friends as lono' as they liv-e-1. He then spoke mos interestedly nai!-hala fully protoctd. Good fnr a n'Jar -r o iitury tf i:ipoun The ariis-i- d'ili r-il rolur i absoluteiy p.riTi.infnt. bf-in"? the naturai c i.ior of I rie t.riKlnal t f. Shuuld lire -on-K.imc jnur nplghiicr' house, your roof would'ta your afety. i (Continued on page four) i UTW Members of Companies D and L at Camp Devens Enjoying Reading The Caledonian- Record with ali the Home Town News ROYAL GIANTS DEFEATED BY FAIRBANKS A. A. The Royal Giants of Montreal had the "Royal" rubbed off their winning streak Friday afternoon on the cam pus by the Fairbanks A. A. of St. Johnsbury to the tune of 4 to 1 in one of the best game of baseball seen this season. Their winning streak was broken after .13 consecutive 'vi c tories. The crack St. Johnsbury team put over' the sixth defeat the Montreal team has suffered this sea son and they put it over by supeiior baseball playing. The "ebony" boys did not have any time for their favorite pranks right from the start off. St. Johnsbury got a run in the first inning. The Giants' center fìelder had a high fly directly in the sun and he could not field the ball. This put Davidson on second on a play that would ordinarily have been a put out, but that had to be scored a two bagger. It was just enough to get the nerve of the colored boys and from that time on they played baseball every minute. But in spite of their best en-i Two Bolsheviki cavalry regiments deavors Hoernle's stars kept right ! have passed over southern Armenia after the ball, did not pulì any j into Turkish territory and lined up "bòne" plays and won over - their with the Turkish nationalist follow powerful opponents by sheer merit. ! ers, according to advices received The crowd at the game was one dì : here today. Soviet Russia has con the largest of the season. The St. ! cluded an agreement with Armenia J jjhnsbury team ìs receiving magnifi- j by which two provinces in Southern eit support from the fans and itis I Armenia will be neutralized. En easy to see that a first-class team I tonte circlus are alarmed by this con- will be supported to the limit in this ! vention which they beheve it equiva-tou-n l-lpnr. in npi-mission bv Armenia for Vitty pitched a superb game, j tightening up in the pinches and : showing himself a past master ot the ì mound game. He also helded several hot. grounders in fine shape. Under Hoernle's caieful eye he is rounding into real major league class. Vitty scored six strikeouts on a team that is noted for its heavy stick work, allowed but four hits and pas- sed but one man. His opponent i Emory struck out five men, allowed six hits an dpassed one man. It will be seen that Vitty, traveled right along with the high-clasa professional (Continued on parò' three) PHOTO TODAY jt. .g44J : ' TZs- r " 5 BURRELL SAYS HE WELCOMES IN VESTIGATION BOSTON, Aug. 21Gov. Coolidue and members of the finance commit tee of the Executive council at a spec ial meeting today authorized State Auditor Alonzo B. Cook to make an audit of the books of the state treas urer Fred J. Burrell. Mr. Cook said that this was equivalent to a com plete investigation of the treasurer's office. After receipt of the order Auditor Cook said he would set about the audit immediately and said he f x pected to finish the work within a unir U'hpn tnlrt thnt un examina- ' ' ' - . tion of his books had been ordered Mr. Burrell said. "I ara clad of it. It will open up the truth. It will show that as state treasurer ..1 have con ducted the "siate busness in an honor able and efficient way.' Burrell has figured in the Ponzi 'get-rich-quick" collapse. STEAMER RAMS LIGHTER ONE DROWNED PROVIDEXCE, Aug. 21 Manuel Williams lost-his life and three oth ers of a lighter crew had a narrow ecape when the Bay State liner Tennessee- rammed and sank the lighter near Bullock's Point. Williams was engineer of the lighter. BOLSHEVIKI CAVALRY JOINS TURKISH ARMY CONSTANTINOPLE. Aug. 21 the Bolsheviki to cross the country from Baku into Anatolia where the Soviet forces can join those ot tne Turkish Isationahsts. RECEIVE WIRELESS SIGNALS FROM FRANCE BOSTON, Aug. 21 Signids forni the new Lafayette wireless station in France were received today at the Otter Cliffs naval radio station at Bar Harbor. It was the first trans- atlantic test of the French station which is one of the most powerful in the world with a sending ìadius of 12,000 miles. Operato rs at Otter cliffs said the signals were cxeellent. y - PLAYS FOR PARTICULAR TEOPLE ALBERT ROSS K1LLED BY AUTOMOBILE Albert Pvosslhe fouf-J'cohfòn of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Ross, was killed Friday afternoon opposite his house on Kailroad Street, dyiig in a few minutes after being struck by an automobile driven by Louis J. Cheney auiuiiivuui; .111. ot East Barnet Mr. Cheney was cornine up lower Railroad Street in his car with his wfe and two diildi'en.AfliL-passed a cai going south just opposite Dr. J. M. Allen's home. Just after he had passed the car, Albert Ross ran across the Street and was struck by Mr. Cheney's car. Mr. Cheney stated that he was driving the car at the rate of 10 to 15 miles an hDur and vvitnesses that saw the accident state in their judgment the sped of the car was about 10 miles an hour. Mr. Cheney was much afTected by the ac cident and drove at once to the po lice station to report the case, but meeting State's Attorney Campbell on the way reported the case to him first. Eariv in the evening Secretary of State Black telephonc-d for ali the particulars in the case. After the boy was struck he crawl ed upon the grass and was immedi ately taken into Dr. Allen's house. The doctor was out, but was soon found and carne to his office and gave the boy an examination. He found no bones broken, the boy being ner-i-ously shocked. The little fellow was faken across the Street to his own home where he began to cry and died in a few minutes. The parents and three other brothers and two sisters are grief-stricken by the sad dent acci- 31,809 WOMEN REGISTER IN BOSTON BOSTON, Aug. 21 One woman will vote in this city to every four men in the November election if Tennessee ratification of the suffrage amendment stands. Registration of voters,. which ended at midnight, was completed with the names of 31,80!) women on the list, twice as many as have ever made themselves eligible to vote for school committeemen. There are 12,244 men listed. the greatest registration on record here. Thirty Antis of Tennessee Legislature Flee State and Prevent Majority from Adopting Suffrage (By the Associated Press) NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 21 Chancellor James Ì3. Newinan today issued a writ of injunction temporarily restraining Gov. Robert, Secretary of State Stevens,and the speakeri of the Tennessee Senate and House from certifyinj to secretary of State Co:- by, Tennessee's i-atification of the woman suffrage amendment. Only 5!) members, seven le.-s than a quorum, an-;vered to their names when Speaker Walker called the house to order half an hour after the renular meeting time. The speaker declijred the House in recess for an houi to give the sergant at anns timo to round-up absentees. Since .0 ol the absent members were reported at Decatur, Alabama, however there seemed little prospect that a quorum could be had. More than HO members of the Ten nes.ee House opposed to suffrage were missing from their hotels early today and were reoorted to have left for Alabama in an effort to break a quorum of the house and delay final action on the woman suffrage amend ment. BIRMINGHAM, Aug. 21 Thirty members of the Tennessee House af Representatives are in Decatur, Ala., according to the conductor of the Louiaville and Nashville train which arrived here at 9.'50 a.1n. today. BANDITS LOOT TWO CONNECTICUT BANKS PORTLAND, Conn., Aug. 21 Suddenly appearing in front of George F. Kramer, cashier of the Portland National bank this morning tour men with"'revolvers ch'ove the cashier into the vault tojfether- with Oliver Ellsworth, 'treasurer of the Freestone Savihgs bank which ,is in the sanie building. The robbers then closed the vault door, scooped up $5,000 in bills and as suddenly disap peared in their automobile. STATUE OF LAFAYETTE UN- VEILED IN MOSELLE VALLEY 'MTTT7 Aurr 91. TW ctnfiiot nf Lafayette, presented to France' by the Knights of Columbus of America,! i n h was njiveueu lotiay oy supreme Knight James A. Flarrity in the presence of practically tll the popu lation of the city. The populace cheered when the silken curtain was pulled aside. The statue is located on a sightly eminenee of the city dom inating the vallev of the Moselle river. Mrs. W. H. Wheeler Held for Hearing Acting under instructions from State's Attorney Campbell, Sheriff Tiacy of Lamoille county is holding Mrs. W. H. Wheeler for whom Mr. Campbell has a warrant charging her with abandoning her two-year-old boy at the St. Johnsbury House on the night of Aprii 9. When Mr. Wheeler was brought back to Ver mont on extradition bv Deputy Smith of the Vermont State Board of Chari ties and Probation Mrs. Wheeler ac companied her husband, but as she was not on probation when the Wheelers lèft Vermont she was out of the jurisdiction of the Probation denartment. State's Attorney Camp bell is now bringing action against her charging her with being a party to the abandonment of her child. MONDAY and TUESDAY THOMAS H. INCE, Presenta HOBERT BOSWORTH -IN- "BEHIND THE DOOR" by Gouveneur Morris A Paramount-Artcraft Special A Tale of a "eoward" who fought like a man, of a "traitor" who proved himself trae, of a great love, a great wrong and of "Vengeance." "BEHIND THE DOOR." 6th Episode "DARE DEVIL JACK" with Jack Dempsey PATHE NEWS "OLD GUARD DIES BUT IT NEVER SURRENDERS" The Springfield Republican has this.Ieading editoriali The occasion should not pass without wreaths from the antis to Gcv. Holcomb of Connecticut and Gov. Clement of Vermont. These adamantine men are mon umenta to a lost cause, and they will deserve decoratinp- for many a year. Their sincerity is no more to be questioned than their iron will. "The 'old guani dies but it never surrenders," and these two New England governors are im perishably associated in our his tory with the last stand of the old order at its Waterloo. But who- would have dreamed a few years ago that Tennessee would beat Connecticut in furnishing the .,6th vote for the federai suffrage amendment? PLAN HARDING CLUBS OF TR A VELLING MEN NEW YORK, Aug. 21 Plans for establishment of Harding and Cool idge clubs among the country's 6000, 0(W) travelling men were announced here today by the Republican Na tional committee. We're ready to crown you with hats and caps in the new est shapes and smartest styles. Straw hats in every shape that's correct for this eeasoti let us show you the most be coming hat you ever wore. Our hats hold their shape in spite of sun and shower tha quality is of right sort. Caps in novel weaves and pat tems light, medium and dark effeets. Hats ?2 to ?7. Caps $1 to $3. Co-operative Shoes for men. Queen Quality Shoes for wo men. ASSELIN BROS. The O Spot CLOTHING and SHOES 6th Episodv-, "THE THIRD EYE' 'THE DEATH SPARK"