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The Eveoing Caledonian-Record
SEPTEMP.ER 28, 1922 THURSDAY Wornen's ili F anneieSti Sowns Promise to be in demand the coming winter. Before you purchase your supply, be sure to sce our Brighton-Carlsbad Gowns and Pajamas They are different f rom the ordinary ready made gowns. Made for comfort, cut extra full, good length, neatly trimmed and wonderfully made and finished." You may bave heard assim ilar story before, but we want you to investigate the Brighton Carlsbad. They cost no more than the ordinary kinds, White and olored. $1.25, $1.19, $1.69, $1.75 and $1.98 Leach & Waterrnan BridalCoupIe HitBy Train at Crossing I (Contuiut'd from page one) j travelling byrn otor cycye with a I side car nttached. They failcd to ' hear the approaching freight train as they reuched the crossine well known as the one at which the late Kx-Governor Pi'outy of Vermont was killed. The enfine of the freipht train struck their motor cycle, throvving the riders some distance away into field, cutting the vountf man severely about the head and injui in; his arm. Mrs. Prendetfast received a severe shak ing up, but so far as can be a.scer tained at present she sutfered no senous ìnjury. remained with the victims while the train proceeded on to Water ville to allow the express train, waiting there to pass to come ahead, brinjjing with it medicai aid. Lord's arnoulanee had been sum moned and conveyed the two peo ple to the Sherbrooke hospital, where they are at present under NEW VELVETS A brakeman of the freitfht train the care of Dr. George Hume. oG inch Chiffon Velvets. 36 inch Costume Velvets. ob' inch Corduroy Velvets. 18 inch Velvets. mar,: : -i s ; I L I J B fi f- i P;3 Special for Friday and Saturday 30 iìi!r HonHprwnn Triple nnrl Fvnnf T iprl fii'pf frllcpnn- ! tinued Stvles Sizes 21, 23. 24. 25. 20. Iìeeular prices $3.00, ! $3.o(), $4.50, $o.u0. THEY'VE JUST ARRIVEI) SPECIALS For Friday and For Saturday DRESSES SUITS COATS HE BERRY-BALL DRY GO0DS CO. W. L. Douglas Shoes for Women I Vài 7.- ' 1 i v y If you have been payin;;' .7.0I, SK.O'i and $;UM) i'or 'ine phoes, a trial will convince you that for stylo, comfort il ti i ser vite W. L. Douglas .").()(), .")."() ami SCOI) .-hoc,-; are e;ually as good and will givo excellent sati.-faetion. The uetual value is determined and the retai! price hxed at the factnrv before W. L. Douglas nanie, and the retail pi'ice is stamped on the bot tom. The stamped price is W. L. Douglas' per.-onal guarantee that the shoe i- always wcrtli the prieo paid for them. Also Men's V. L. Douglas Shoes. jSS.OO $5.50 $6.00 NOLÌN BROS. " TIIK STOKI-: TH AT UN DKIiSKLI.S For Ladies, Misses and Children These garnients are made of the fìnest quality materials, re-inforced and adorned by the lx?st tail- oring and embellished by the cleverest embroidery. You are otì'ered an exceptionally wide range of f (, choice in varied hues and kinds of materials. We l guarantee that these garments are sold to you 25 tì. per cent cheaper than anywhere else in the New Eng- Mf' lana btates Prices $2.93 to $50 MEN'S DEPARTMENT Latcst Model Suits $14.95 F Warm Winter Overcoats $19.95 And Men's Fleeeed Lined Underwear 69 cents LaRose Department Store COME IX ANI) COMPARE il I i m 1 1 I ! f HUSBAND AND WIFE i r l Tak Kf'i?5i My husband whistle under hi.s i fa hi-eath dui'injf a musical show. ! mg Marie W. I fifffiì WHAT DOF.S YOUU HUSBAND li 1 m$ 1 Price S5.00 yard Price $2.50 yard Price 89c yard Price $1.85 yard Special $2.00 a pair I ... . . .. . HOUSEKEEPERS CHURCII SOC IETIES RESTAURANTS ROARDING HOUSES FRATERNIES Notice Km MAY ENDORSE HENRY FORD FOX PRESIDENCY BAY CITY, Midi., Sept. -J8 A j)i-opo.-al to cndorsu Henry Ford for the Preidenpv rf Ihe l'nited ?vV.fr'J States in l!)'Jt was prepai-ed tor ..r-ìl Diesentation to tlie revolution oom- niiuee at tne Democratic nation al convention here todav. KXHIBITION OF Oil-Colored Phoiographs at -j-in:- BINGHAM STUDIO FRIDAY and SATl Open A l'ti riìC'cr: : I'hotOH'iaplis are of laudi-cape -ut AY, SFI'T. I-'.vi : j i : ì u' . s hoth locai and western unni i -nLpm mTTr.V à y5 Iìack A sa in Thiouh the Winter DANCE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT AT LeCLERC'S HALL Mrs. Wilkie's Orchestra Gents .".( Cents Ladies 2-" Cents. See You 1 here from 8.::0 to 12.00 Plus Tax fi f 7 W. A imi -.K-fX MM DASH HOPES OF PEACE IN I RELAND Deginning today and continuing through the season we shall receive regular shipments of oysters. As previous seasons ve shall buy only the very Lest obtainable, large, fimi, fresh excel lently flavored. You may be sure of always getting choice oysters carcfully handled'from SCOTT On Eastern Avenue Phones 090-091 DUBL1N, Ire., Sept. 28- Eamonn de Yalera and his friends I have abdicateci t;nd Liam Lynch thief of .-talF of the liepubìican I iorces anii bis colleaues aie in ))ower. The ne vv.-papei s state that i the hopes of a national peace are i dashed to pieces by tbis new event. ! It ,-ays the Kei)ubhcan leader are I continue ' l'jrwi-wmjrifWM forcini? their lollower.-. to Cv ', re-t-S 10 ine oitter ena. l-v,vS'-:5 ANNOUNCE DEPUT1E DEPUT1ES i OF kNIGHI'S OF .FVTHIAS! JlU. i i'1-.Llt;);, Seut. 28 Char les E. Libbcy oi Danvilie, urand enancellor eoni.iiainier of the Kninlits of I'ythia, has announeed the apiiointnieiit of tbe followinu districi deputies for the ensuin ycar: Maik l'elow, Mclndoes; J. '. Maia, Cìroton; (.'. E. Ayers, North Iroy; M. . Preston, Uur- . i . . . M u t . V'ifo A. 1. Wheeler, Poultney; E. H. s-irtiiiiiiuiaiiiiiiiiiiitiiii itmiiiii iiimitiitii ini i tini iitiitiiiuiiMii'iitiit4Mf.-tiiftiiitiiiitiitiifiiiiutifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti Daniel Green 's 'Coniff Slippers I 1 FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN t , . mwnmi il v.' , 7 SPECIAL 3 3r 3 Priced 81.25 and np l'or ( hildien Priced $1.75 and up l'or 31cn ar.d Women There is no dread of the "Chilly" Fall niorn ings and the cold floors if you have a iair of warm Felt "Coml'vs" tucked under your bed handy to step into. They are made in ;ill colors and several different patterns and they do wear. Hosierv l'or the Eamilv 3 1 Etf2vH,.- 3 pHI ÀM'EY fi- niCED Ci ( .. i.kAor ss. sTjun,vbu V. IUTE SIKH-.S api: ,3 PII I tD "A Ciood Place (o l'uv (Uml Shoes" I iiiiiiiiiiiuii!iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i!i!iiiiiiiiiaiii!iii:i:ii!!i!i:!!i!iiiii:iiiiiii!n .Flannel Vo-v .Jl Stearns, South Kovalton. I I-)i.-trict meetinn-s will be held as ifollows: Alclndoes, October 2;i Marshfield, October Kichford,1 ! October 4; Undeibill. October.");' .lohn.-on, October (i; Poultney, Oc roller 10; South Kovalton, October 8- ' I I Dr. Libbey has appointed the fo!-1 'lowin.n' committees : Judiciarv, W. L. Davi.-, 11. C. Ladd. ". O. Or ton; tìnance, C. M. Wjlley, H. E. McDonald; credentials. Oeorne C. , lirew, E. E. ISlake, ('. J. Kailev; ' niileaK-e, W. H. Dutbie. D. D. Pot ter, l. E. Marr; necrolony, Iìrian ' P.rown, E. E. Holmes. ('. H. C'hap-1 man. . Randall's Department Store Sale including Outing l'iannel by the yard, Outing Elannel Night Gowns, Outing Flannel Skirts, Pajamas, and Billy Burkes. Outing Flannel (27 in. wide) 15c and 19c yd Outing Flannel (oG in. wide) 25c yard Baby Fleece Flannel for Kimonas 29c yard Nightgo wns 9Sc, $1 .25, $1. 19, $1.75, $2.00 Skirts 75c and 9Sc l'ajaias and Billy Burkes, according to quality PATII ROBE SPECIAL $8.98 value, slightly soiled $1.98 vltke ppimg Contar W 4r4r 7?'f rfT 7 99 The Store That Sells Wooltcx CON'CESSION AT FAIR CLOSED lìUATTLEDOUO, Sept. 2S Over 1 1,000 persoli.- i.a.--ed through the K'tes at the Valley . fair Ki'ounds yesterday the elo.-iiiK' ; day of the fair. This is a new maik for any dav in the history of the fa il'. : The inovenieiit tarted by Oov. 1 la-ne- Ila.'tne-s at the Mid'dlefair I lookmj; to tliec Iosmn" of james ol mance at x'ermont has cau.-ed wide di -uie- i.ie residuai 1011 ci tue ov ors fornier seeretary of civil ami i mililary all'air-, had its climax in I the cloin.ir of ))!actically ali the ' conces.-ions on the rtiidway. Sher- ' ili' l'rank L. WCllnvin arre.-ted Edward Yoi k of Hartford, Conn., ! who had a blanket eonces-ion. af- I I ter the .-herilfs -on had eomplain- ed of ome allened i 11 i-uhi ri t y j and a tii;il of York was -et fori todi'y. After the ,-ulinu- of Muniei-' I pai .lude l'rank D. Stowe as to what coNstituted a ame of (diance ! 1 the sheritf and State's Attorney I Harold E. Whitney of this piarci I reiuired practieally ali the con- 1 ' cession holders to sto)) operation- ! ' except to s(dl th,.'r wai-es at al ; definite price. Mai-hall .' Hap j ood of l'erti author of ihe law i i pi'oliihitinu' yanies ot chance at l'ars, was 'an intere-ted suectator. Will soon be upon us. What about it? Wonien's Flannelette Night Robes Now ready. "alues DSc to $1.95 Children's Night Kobes Special prices 75c ea 31isses' Angora Scarf and Cap Sets. Special va Ines $o,25 to ' $5.50 ANGORA SCARFS For Women, Misses and Children $1.00, $1.50, SiVJS and $:.08 WINTER KNIT UNDERWEAR Our full line now ready Wornen's Union Suits DSc to $3.50 each AVomen's Fleeeed Vests and Pants 5Dc to $1.00 ea Children's Fleeeed Vests and Pants 50c ea Children's Vellastic Union Suits, the warm kind $1.00 to $1.25 per garment DINNER WARE Never have we sold so much dinner ware as we have been selling in the past month. Keasons. We have the goods. Our prices are right. Extra Special l'or Friday and Saturday JS piece Decorated Dinner Sets $11.95 Composition, 12 each cups and saucers, dinner plates, pie plates, bread and batter ìilates, soup faiis, which jj plates, saace dislies, 1 each bowl, sugar and ci UiTéoveni- I creaiii, boat and pickle, 2 covered dishes, 2 plat- ters. Plain white dinner sets are selling for more than above itrice. 25 PIECE DINNER SETS 85.00 vaine Blue Bird decorated Dinner Sets $3.19 $5.00 value llcavv Gold Band decorated Dinner ST. JOIJNSIJURY Locai News .' Dr. Ycva E. Lullard's nll'ice will 1 b( elnsed fioni Oi tobei' .'I to 7 in- cb' -i e. Ac! vert i.-e'iieht. Ml.-s Vernice (iib.-on who ha been vi-itiny; her aunt and uncle j Mr. and Mrs. Ouy W. lidi .-iure j pendini;' the ,-umnier at a urirl'.- -."mp at IJoxbui'v, has n turned to Drew arademy, arniel, New ìork. I ' I". ('. W'illey of Lo-ton va a bn iin -- i ilor in .SI. Johu-lju. Sets .S3.19 $2.95 Sets, $5.95 $5.95 $1.95 $5.00 value Rose decorated Dinner Sets 12 PIECE DINNER SETS $7.50 Our standard Gold Figure Dinnei 12 pieces 87.50 Gold line 12 piece Dinner Sets $0.50 White Ware 12 piece Dinner Sets Special Lot Clips and Saucers White St. Dennis Cups and Saucers 15c Cup and Sauccr 25c Decorated Cups and Saucers (i l'or $1.25 Japanese Gold Band Clips and Saucers ( l'or 9Sc Jumbo decorated Cups and Saucers 39c each E. N. RANDALL & CO. j I edile; day. 3"