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4,CAP" STUBBS Time Plavs (h'Meanest Tricks! (Copyright, 1922, George Matthew Adams) By EDTNA and KEWPORT RKCOBQ Eslablislied 1837 VJELL H WONJ'T BE IME BE I tR "BOUT TU' FlRbT Ti M K TV-tl S VEftRV -ir"i K UP IN 'Tr-e ONtH con KDM, - H "S . C,VlPN- ., fukliilitil duily eeept Sundnyi. Th Caledoniun-Rfcuril Fui). Co., Ine. ìi'i Kftulein Aventi ? ' Kl. Johnikury, Vt. ' L'I? l'fjit. 771 BminM Dpt. ?,' HERBERT A. SMITrTT'Publliher ; ARTHUR 1 STONE, Editor Syw, -y C-O&D TH1NO- voE LIVE Nt'AH TrV bCHOOLV. ,VJ 3t s ?2 MkB think ne N -ippih ) hv V jhd eIr Pv. ft Newport Record OtTice m ttel. Cunnintrham, Siiecial Krpreientativ (Home Tel. 17:1-3) TERMS By mai 5 a yar; tìx monlliB fi.in; tlire monili, $1.25. One '; manth, 50 cents. Single copy 2 centi. Ali (' ubscriptiona by onler ot the Kuvernmut m re payable ili advance. Al Aitmbers of the Associated Press ! . 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MONDAY, OCT. 9, 1922 EDITORIAL How Fame Is Re.ached One of America' best known men dicd the other day, Rear Ad miral Chanes E. Clark, who eom manded the Oregon whon she made ber famous trip from San Francis co to Cuba during the Spa'nish war. The reason for Admiral Clark' ability to meet a great emeigency might be perceived fi'om the note written in the journal of a mem ber of the crew of the Oregon. This man wrote while off the Chil ian coast on that historic voyage: "We ali think Capt. Clark is go ing to be a ring tailed snorter for fighting. I don't think it will be easy to whip him, he seems to be so riuick to catch on to cvery lit tle things, he is ali over the hip at once and he talks to everybody, stop.s anyone to ask them anvthing he wants to know about the ship." This fellow, who had no special edueation, thus carne pretty near .statina what constitutes genius. The ability to handle a multiplicity of umall details and make them work together to the desimi end is the secret of attainment. Weather Prophets The weather is considered by society folks to be the lowest limit of conversation. The man who can think of nothing to ' say except some seemingly fiat and common place vemark about the weather is considered zero,ajs, a jtalker. Nevertheless, the weather is one of the most vita! influì nces af fecting eomunity lifn. lf it is fav Orable the ci-ops flourish, food prices beconie reasonable and hu 2 man welfare is advanced. But if arougnts prevali or n mere is an S oversupply of moisture then crops 2 fall off, prices are high and busi i ness suffer. 5 People who live In the country C are speciaHy likely t get intei'est- ed in the weather, as their minds Z and freer from dist-ractions. The 3 heavens above them are a kind of 3 sci'een diama, in which the con j tending forces of the air are fer ii ever playing their game. f The weatherwisc man watches the conflict of sunshine and storni - in fascinated interest. It is a kind . of game of soiitaire and he puts his pat observation against the uncer tainties of a changeful climate, and win if he guesses right. The people who talk about the weather may aeem dull and rom monplace. But they have at least ac(uired a habit of observation and lefleetion. They take a vast body of phenomena, and they clas.sify it in their own minds, wateh the sequence of storni and sunshine, and forni ronrlusions as to what results follow certain con ditions and appearances. Thus the skie.s re a'kind of hook in "which niany unlearnod inen have read. From them they gain not merely skill in forecasting weather changes, but they acquire a touch of scientific and investigatine" ì-nirit. Cood weather observers though often uneducated, are apt to be common senso folks who watch closely the lite about them and forni somewhat wise conclus-ions. College Debates The visit to this country of a team of debaters from Oxford University, Eni-land, to nieit var ious teams of students from this f A Talk To Moihèjs-- Not Ì'"rvo!ous. i But Thoughthi! Mothers. Each wintev season brings coughs, roUis catarri) pneumonia, ' flu and tuljerculosid Loving mothers di e ad the onslaught ot 5 these uiseasea. Y i,i l'houehtfu molher y olten provale airainat conili Suh mot h era riMpT1 'fitti noiie and aiisietv and tutp.esu vivi wutrhinf m t'um bcfanU' uf a Inviai one. ftiV illiithttIM 'HttJt priencou lo not knorr iim U uro vidi in itti vince toi Jit; ooldh mai -.uuuiVt il.ut :tn Uund tu aprica:' Mere h a limplu inexpnmvu v. ay practired hv jver 3(JU iJU) niothern ilunnk tln. pat tw'v ypHTH as a trie;.' voi u; ne uf loftirnony orvvm. Noi i4ttet tlian the iirtH vohi or ruiny peli they make up a full pitit vf hiun mtdn ccuh end cld medicine uiP(r o.b. of the puro once Mentho-Laxene ui:td with home mada Huar syrup or honey. Conte lesa than M 00 Mfìntho-Laxen uipure containB nochlo r forili upium or n arco tir drug. that t m Kiven toinfuntH w-ithout hann. Children and a-iultu like ita dclicioim flavor and ita marve lnmly quirk action in stoppini? roldsand cougha Irriure the rìan(ren)u runplicationH hpL in. 'J'hre ia nothiriy o!d imi pare pmn.nt no inttxpentive Uee 'I ve lo be a 'TlioAip-htf u Mother (jet Kfnence Mntho L.axcne todav and dr:v the ih IH nd ruurh luwav Heat ver old for r-ình and cttUì' Snd ccnta fnt anmple. Uc Klackbura Produci Co., Daytun, Ohio r .1 v-J. v . v x The Park Avenue News Weather: Werse. Exter! Big Abduction ! Skinny Martins tertle Spoart has disa peered and Skinny thinks maybe the 'Black Hand has abducted him and is kee))ing him for ransini, but he hopes not because wen he askcd bis father if he would be willing to pay a ransini l'or him his father sed not in a milion yeers. l)e tecktices are wei king on the case tonsisting of Benny Totts, Ailie Alixander and Fuds bimkinis. Poem by Skinny Martin Some Consolation The natives of Africkn dime trees with their toes, Coing up quickly but neet, Froving tliey may be dark on their skins But theyre ccrteny lite on their feet." Intristirli? Facks About Intrist ing l'eeple. Siimi' Cross says he wouldent eat a fryed egg if you paid bini but when it comes to haid boiled eggs he has to be stopped by force. Fushmobiles to hi re by the day or hour. Spoeti guaranteed. Latest models. The Ed. Wernick' and Levv Davis Fushmobile Carage. (Avvertizement). Things You Awt to Know. No in atte r how xnuch fish you eat it wont help you eny in your swim- ming. Lost and Found. Nuthing. country, ought to stir up interest in debating contests both in col leges and high and other schools. Bates college won the first con test at Lewiston, Maine. It is fre riuently complained that while the athletes are idolized, the boys that win the debates get only brief paragraphs in the newspapers. A public debating contest tests a man's intellectual mettle. It is one thing to get up a fine sounding speech, but quite another to put together an. argument that will in fluenee the beliefs of those who hear. The men who have learned to do that have acquired a lesson that should open the dooi's of suc cess to thcm. PRESS COMMENT An Honored Vermonter Gone The death of Bear Admiral Charles E. Ciark at the homé of a daughter in Long Beach, Califor nia, brings a feeling of sorroy to u largo mimbor of acquaintances here in Vermont and indeed, to ali Vermont people, by whom the famous old sea woirior was beld in high esteem. It was not mere ly bècause the then Capt. Cla'rk accomplished . the task of mailing around South America in a mem orable C7-day jeurney from San Francisco to the waters adjacent to Florida and reported his ship, the Oregon, ready for battle dur ing the early days of the Spanish American war it was not merely because of that notable perfor mance attached to the sturdy old Vermonter, but it was because of the qualities of heai't and of mintì which Rear Admiral Clark posses sed that they loved him and de lighted to do him honor. A native of Vermont (Bradford) Rear Admiral Clark was pleased to come back among the people of his old state and to enjoy the -scenes of his childhood and the fompanionship of schoolboy friends and of new found friend as wcll. He was of a conipanion able nature, as niany will testify who wore privileged to greet him ut his favorite resting place the Lake Mansfield Troui. club and as others will attost through accUaint ance foi med- clsewhere and he bore his distinguished honors casily. . Though a generation has passed since the timo- when the Oregon rmide its memorable trip, that deci! is stili fresh in the minds of the people of the country and wul al ways remain iromimnt as a proof of icadinoss and eompetence, a test which so many Vermonters have stood . so well. Among them the hero of the Oregon finds u worthy piace. Barre Times. ENGLAND NOT TO QUESTION EOOZE ED1CT LONI0, Oct. il The ruling of attoiney general Daugherty in Washington piohibiting liquor on vesselx within American waters will givo rise to no international complications, according to the view expressed by British officials. The governments' view is that the matter is one in which the United States has perfect right to take any action it sees fit. BELIEVE COUPLE POISONED BY LIQUOR GLOUCESTEIt, Mass., Oct. !) A report on the anaylsis on the tornarli of Zeila Zeisloft, a maid, and Harry Devine, chaffeur, em ployed by Miss Carol ina Sinklor, of Philadelphia was awaited hy the police today. The bedies were found jn the kitchen of Miss Sink ler's summer home at Eastern J'oint yesterday by other sei vants who also had pailicipated in a party Saturday evening at which liquor was drunk. DESPERATE BATTLE NEAR VLADIVOSTOK VLADIVOSTOK, Oct. ! Ins perate fighting between the "Red" and "Whitc" armies is in nrogress on the Spassk front. The battle is the severest recorded tiince the Japanese evacuation began. The soviet forces are reported rushing troops with airplanes and tanks towards Vladivostok. The defend ers are offering furious opposition. TANLAC Nature's Tonic Medicine ends stomach troubles and builds you up 30 Million Botile SolJ Ask Any Good Druggist ACADEMYLOSES TO MONTPELIER BY 21-0 SCORE Capitol Citv Team Makes Ali Its Tallics In First Ten Minutes The St. Johnsburv Academy do veri invaded Montpolior Saturday, but were repulseti with losi-e.s by the High school football team, tir? score being 21-1). AH of Montpel ier's touchdowns were mudo in the fir.-t ten minutes of play and goals were kicked successfullv each timo. At one time during the last quar te r the Academy players forced the Montpelier men back to thirteen yard line, but the capital city quar ter punted to safety. Darling kicked off for St. Johns bury Academy and in spite of a fumble of the tlippery ball, tilt; first,advance roached the fifty yard line. Then, with one rush after another, the pigskin was carried to the first touchdown. As oon as the goal had boen kicked, each team lined up and Montpelier ro ceived again. In their second ad vance they lost the ball on a fum ble, but it was- soon recovered on downs. The second touchdown waa made as the result of a long forward pass, of about thirty yards. The green and white fol lowers, expecting a shoiter pass, were playing in. as that there was left a clear field to the goal posts. The third six points rame as the result of another Ione" pass. This time Goldberg tackled the'runner, but line plunges corered tlie re maining ten or fìfteen yards, and after the kick the score stood 21 to zero. The ball was then in St. J. A's possession nearly ali the time un to the end of the first half. At the beginning of the second half Cantain KelloTa- recHved the Montpelier kick-off, and carried it dnwn to the center of 1ho fichi. Altho forward passes d;d not wnik. Ouarterback Darling found that line plunges did a-- well as euri runs. and soon Mie Montnclior men wore finding their goni threat ened. On a fourth down, however, St. J. A. lost the ball, wilh siine thirtv-five yard-: to go. -From the-; on the fame see-snwed. In spile nf. the fart th;'t. the wot ground kept the ball slipnory, thore were nò more fumble? thap ordinarUv and when it did roll "on its own" there was genorally an AcmiIoii" man ready to pounce iipon it. Li the last duartor. whon the Mont nelier qunrter nunfed down the field. the ball rollcd toward the 'oal St. .T. A. was defedine. D.i'i ip" t.rotted alon1 behind it, snatch- ed it un when U stonned. nnd bv the of eoo'I inti'rf' i enee car ried it twontv-fivo v;'ds back to w.'i'vl its l art in ir nnipf. The game endod with the ball in St. J. A.'.-pce-islon. Ooldbe'-rr .S'nith nnd rim i ine', rdaviiv their first game thi.s yenr ;n the hackfiold. rari'itvl their parts in food stvle. for men neiv tn Ilio bus;ness. Smith shone at tiokh'ncr ani' 'nterferenoe. while Duling nnd Coldberg praneed ihru Mon wlierV tackles and ends ouite of ten. Woods, as full hack. showed that even in that poition size isn't always necessary. He wns cont'n ually making substantial gains" ( Hi lilifìtl'l Good looking overalls V? 0 One dollar in cash and a new pair if a a pocket stitching breaks, with bis center rushes. It would be hard to difl'e tentiate between the vurious line-nien; for they were playing the bost they could. J)ic kinson, )laying his first game as end, was generaiJy on naiui wiieiw there was tackling to be Jone, and Ih- was likewi.se responsive for sjioiling some of Montpelicr's short passes. The St. .T. A. llne-up was as follo ws : Baluwin, re Kellogg, Calit., rt Bonnétt, rg (ioss, e Scruton, g Shields, It" I liokonson, le Darling, qb Woods, fb (Joldberg, rhb Smith, Ihb Substitutions: Gaskell for Scru ton; Willard for Smith, Smith for Shields. Time, eight minute quarters. EDITOR KILLS BARTENDER AFTER A QUARREL NEW YORK, Oct. !) Harry Suttliin, owner and editor of the Queen.-boro Bulletin of Jamaica, shot and killed William Biermann, a bartender early today in front of Sutthin's apartment house in Ja maica, the police announced. Sut thin and Biermann after spending most of the night at a hotel, were d riven towards Sutthin's home in a taxicab and the shooting follow- ed a quarrel. GER'MAN MARKS REACh LOWEST PRICE ON RECORD NEW YORK, Oct. '.) G.rnian marks sold liere today for less than 4 cents a htindred the lowest pi'ico on record. Opening quotations by locai dealers ranged from ìj-4 to 4 cents. The nomini of pre-war pi ice of the mai k was 2".S cents each. CURRENT COMMENT An Appeal to Autoists With the main system of pro vincial highways well advanced and the programmo of construction within a moasurable distance of complotion another road problem of even greater perplexity and im portane!! comes to the foro the problem of Road Ma'intonanco. These great trunk line highways are to be taken over as Provincia! roads and maintainod by the gov erninoli!. Hon. J. L. Perron, Ministri" of Roads, in the forcoful address- at Bury, made an cspecial appeal to the public in this connection, Avhoii he oniphasizod the dest motivo ef fect of fast driving uiion the high ways. Fast driving has boen, up to now, generali v a-corialed in the liublic minti with the idea of dan ger to life or limi). The Minister of l'oads clothos it with a now perii the dostruction of the peo nles' highways which have boen built at so great. a cost. AH bave notod the clotul of dust rai. od bv a speoding rar and bave soon it noat awav ipio ino iieids j'.loiiP" the roadside. That dut consists of the surfnce of the li i li -way. The fa tei- the rnv travels, the greater the dnst and the grenl- Ilio dam.vre. The dfimaie frnm 1hi sourre i el imaf od at ?2,(10, 000 a '-o'ir in this province. The automobile rogiìbtions im mit a sp-i'd nf tliirtf miles en bonr. "Ab'de bv Mio ren-ubition" is the idea nf io Minister of Roads wlio franklv drrlares timi tbo govorn niont ennnot maintnip filose hi"h ,v;Jv,. vitliout public co-oporation in rrmird. Th" fini r.n,i-;od is nn import i ni one FV'm-v ,'iuto'-f hould jivo it serioi'-" t'ion"ht Tt is in l'io intrr-e-t of nll that'the splo"did syst-ni or li!",hw,v.i pow nparin" conip'o t.'nn shoidi! o firiintained. If t'no vno'O"! t vili rlimlnato oxcossivo'v fa di i-v-in:'". the govorpinent will "nderlke Ilio moinlenance. May it not be hopod that niitnNt-j n-en-orallv w"'1" make it a point of horov to contributo by ronsnnnblo di-iv-ino; to tbo rnuse of good roads. Shorhrooko Record. OUR WANT ADS. PAY -Olili win the good opinion of the ; .Jt".". . . a. .t?Z .: - " " mémmm m étimmml. ' i .-cani rips or 1 f j ,:, : 1 VOCATIONAL OFFENSIVE T00 TARDYTOWIN'u"S;;. I l' armer c Groveton High School Takes Game From Locals 11-7 The Vocational School began in the third period an offensive whih reached its peak with but five minutes to play in their Saturday contost with Groveton High school at Groveton and with fullback Mc Crillis furnishing the most of the motivo power carried the ball from its own (j yard stripe through for the touchdown. Had thei Vocation al boys waked up earlior they would undoubtedly have sewed up the game. As it was the fray ter minated by the score of 14 to with the New Hampshire gridsters on the long end of the tally. Both Groveton touchdowns carne before the Vocational school got going. Warren carried the void over the Vocational goal line for the initial touchdown after he had received a forward pass from Hayes. Ciaggy booted the ball over the uprights from placement for the additional point. Hayes then scored the second touchdown on a line plunge. The extra point was obtained by Groveton when Fiske carried the ball again ovet the line, following his catch of a forward pass from Hayes. The work of the Vocatonal lads improved consistently in the third period and the Groveton football team was unable to plug their de fense. In the last few minutes of the closing period, the St. Johns bury boys set to work with a will simply overwhelmed the Groveton line with ferocity of attack. Mc Crillis plunged through for con sistei gains of ten and fifteen yards. 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Distributors We Are Prepared To Do Excavation, Concrete Work, Stone Masonry, Raising and Moving Buildings. Also Iloving Heavy Machinery. Work to bc in charge of Fred Blay. We are in a position to do Carpentry of ali kinds, with John Stafford in charge. J. M. SWAN'& SON, Inc. Calderwood Building Tel. 438-M Vacational'.s touchdown and Bar- ber kicked the goal. The line-up: VOCATIONAL Mann le GROVETON re Fiske ' rt Rowdon rg Stono c Mah uri n Ig Verow lt Hodge lo Warren qb Barton rhb Craggy Ihb Meade fb Hayes (Caut) roller rg Gage rt Christie re Hoar qb (Capt.) Barber Ihb Veilleux rhb McCrillis fb Score, Groveton 14, Vocational 7. Substitutions, Piper for Parker, Little for Fiske, Cruise for Stono. Time four 10 minute poriods. FATHER KILLS THREE CHILDREN, THEN HIMSELF ROCHESTER, N.Y., Oct. 9 The bodies of a father and his three children today a'e lying side by side in an undertaking estab lishment here, the result of a quardruple tragedy in this city late last night. "The children, Ethelyn, ". Giace, 2, and Russell Wheeler, six months, were drown ed in a bath tub in their home by their father, William E. Wheeler, who after witnessing life pass from tlie little ones, fired a bullet into his brain. Irespondency be cause of inability to obtain em ployment, was responsible for the ertine. CARD OF THANKS We foel deeply grateful to members of the W. R. Knapii Post, American Legion, and the many other St. Johnsbury friends and relatives whose kindly aiti and sympathy in our great ' bereave ment meant no much to us. The piesence of Legion men, the quantities, of flowers and the sym pathy shown in so many ways, were ali expressions of regard for our dear one, and com forteti US. Mrs. Lewis Wilkins, Arthur Wilkins and Family. St. Johnsbury, Vt. Oct. 9, 1921. OF QUMLfTV Bakes So Evenly Everythino; b a k e d White Flour has an texture. Loaves of with Lily even, firm Dread are looking, light, fiavory and tender. 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WeVe got them ali and can show you everything but a fancy price.-' Berg Fall Hats . .. $5.00 Other makes $3.50 to $7.00 What about a Velour Hat? We have the new shades. MOORE & ti Sa n w . Our hat JOHNSON ou cani keeo Cliildreu ina 'T'HEY would break it and run for the nearest mud puddle. Children are naturai born explorers with a likina for cnnrl mÌfc rliKtv rnnil': muri holes and coal bms. Children's play means mother's work. But that is tuvy. When the frocks, rompers, middies and stockings are stained and bo grimed, drop them into the "Universal" Washer. In a iew minutes the "Universal" will have the clothes t ho roti gli ly uashcJ, carefully icransì and ready for the line. Cali and arrange for FREE TRIAL of the "Universal" Electric Washer in your home. Twin State Gas & Electric Co. lì