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The Evemiog Caledoóiagi-Record
NOVEMBER 9, 192i THURSDAY A NOVEMBER SALE OF Women's Dresses We have brought together for your selection this week an ex eeptional assortment of desirable gowns, smartly tailored by the Lest makers, from Poiret Twill, Botany Serge, Tricotine, Cantori Crepe, Wool Crepe, Crepe de Chine, Metalesse, Velvet, Spanish Lace and Embroidered Jersey. We feci sure you will fìnd what will fit and please you among these many new gowns. Specially priced at $16.50, 18.50, 22.50, 25.00, 29.50, 35.00 ABOUT 30 HIGH GUADE DRESSES Madc from Messaline, Taffetà, Poiret, Tricotine, Serge, one of a kind, some that were in the $25, $22.50 and $18.50 class. Your choice of the lot ; i' ì ! i i Vi 9 S $14.95 THURSDAY, FRIDA Y and SATURDAY AT LEACH & WA TERMAN'S "BABY MINE" CAN GEMPYÀVOID GETTING SPANKED UNLES' POPAN MAW BOTHGET MAD AT ME ATTWESAME l? Hits Husband With Baseball Bat Armistice Dance FRIDAY NIGHT at LECLERC'S HALL Mrs. Wilkic' Orchestri- Gents 5 Cent.? Ladies 25 Ceiits. Plus T;u AMERICAN FLAG IS HELD SACRÉD See You The re from S.::o to 12.D0 N ÌfÉ i The nierfhants of St. Johnsbury are rei-ut:, ti-il to doso ti; 1 f U;.. .iiww fi-m 11' AT fili nnmi (in S:i 1 il vi 1. 1 V. fìVi'ìll)('' tM I i n i. in n iJoiTìinrc o A rnusliee I av. rJ I COMMERCIA!. CI. L'i; ? " -- "ii - m The Red, White and Blue Is Idealized by the B. P. O. E. Walden Heights Chil- dren Want a Parent (Continued from Daee one) Sho organized her pupils, has re eeived her supplies, is staritng a eorrespondenoe with children in foreign countries and is ali ready with her little army of workeis when they can be adopted by a brarich. Some of the older girls in T. no scnooi are anxious to knit lor Jìeporls have been widespread that Mrs. C. C. Grow of Glover, in self defense, hit her husband over the head with a baseball bat Tues day afternoon, and that he was at the point of death. In fact Mr. Grow's death has been several times reported. An interview with Mrs. Grow reveals the fact Co be soniewhat less startling tlian l'eports have it but bad enouji'h .'o it may he stated tliat Mr. Gi'ow was oblii;ed to ta'Ke the bed for severul days an re ceived the care of a pliysieian. i Mrs. Grow tsaid, "it isn't mueh I worse than jjoes on ali the tinie," and ha.s stated she was oblised to use strenuous measurcs in self defense upon many occasions whcn Mr. Grow beeanie ugiy aftetr con sumine home bicvv. She says Mr. (Jrow threatened her and started for her on Tue.sday when the episode took placo whicli has caus- ed so sueh comnient. Sin; achnits he hit him with a club. ST. JOHNSBURY Locai News The first meeting of the College club since the sunnuei' vacation wì,: held Wednesday afternoon at J Ilio homo ni' thi ni-.. .!(. ut children overseas or for soldiers i... stinnni. nf fi,,.,.ii t),'.',f ;)i1' lt was a so- All barber shojis will be open Friday, Nov. 10, until 10 (clock l M., and will dose Saturday, at 12 o'clock. ST. JOHNSBURY BARBERS tf lILIXfllIiJI tlltilllltiMlIllUMIIllIMllllllIMatilIlIttlllMIIIltiSIMilllilllIMtlllirlIMMIlUllllMUWMlfllllilIilMJlllllllttL I Walk-Ove 1 ut . n7 i i r m s w inter moaeis We are showing the biggest line of new things -in Men's hoes for Fall and Winter wear, that we have ever sown. One real number is our Heavy Black Board ed Calf, Blucher Cut Oxford -with Brown Silk and Linen Harness slitching, ving tip, very heavy over weight sole and rubber heel. Arcai Young Man's shue or service. Priced $8.00 per pair To e very nood American the American Fini; is an emblem of ìijiht, pi otection of the weak. and f rondoni for ali. To an Elk the Amciican Flap is sacred. Found ed i!)?oii the principles whicli koop the American Flap: proudly flyiiiR fico from stain or blot is the Bcn- cvolent Order of Flks. The principles of Ameiica ex- t ollcd bv Uro. Warren G. Harding:, l'residont of the United States, are the principles of Elkdom. They are what Flkdom means Charity, Justieo, Brotherly Love and Fideli ty. They are what we mean in ilio l;inR-unu;o of everyday when wo talk of the "Square leal". What could be more fittine" than a ti ibute to t ho Flap: by the most vai, staunchest and yes, proud- (.) lVatcrnal onici in the world. The F.lks set aside dun'npr oach yoar foi1 public tribute to the FlaR pubi i e tribute for one day and vate tribute lor ..fi.) days of the yoar. Whcn you are an Elk you are douoiy a deienuer 01 ine ahi- . cricnn I-'la. Your first and only uil't from Elkdom is a silken ban- j nor, the Stars and Stripes, a urift j wliich you hold before you as a s:icrod nionunient, a beacon to i unirle you when the day is dark 1 tul 1 . n....U Tth ..nini- ' unn lmu i Uitu i. i uuj;ii. i ut vviv, adoplod by tho Elks, royal purplc, i a chemical blenrl of the three colors of the American Flap:, red, v, iiito and blue. With tho royal piu iiio side by side with the Amer ican Flap;, an Elk never forgets. On the ltth day of June each yai Elkdom shows v,ith )i'idc to tho public its love for the Ameri can l-'laa; and what it means to it. A more impressive service is not Inumi anywhere. To this robe of jdoi .v ali Elkdom pays homape, and just as the nrcat heart of Elkdom sv.olls and throbs at the mystic hour of olevon in meniory of its Slalisont brothers, so does this sanie ! hoart swell and throb at the l chance to pay respcets to the hon- 1 oi ed standard of its country. H As P.etsy Koss first fashioned !. this mandate of liberty, which ha.s ! cari'ied on tliroush succcedinp; S'year.s, so do the Elks comniemor- !atc on Flap; day a rebirth of Old tilory and with a tribute of llowers pisonp; and story, honor its natal For the red in our banner, the H i rose blushinK in the glory of a S .Inno sunshine, is placed upon the y a'Itar. The lily, white and pure as H i he glorious Easter day which it r icpresonts, is noxt placed upon the E aliar l'or the white of the fìag; H V.-.P. white w hich has novcr receiv H ed a staininp; blot. And then the violet, modost and gentlc, ur ranpred to complete the tri-colorcd 3 : rthaft which radiates beneath its tai of fidclity to forni a shrine, yi liberty beli, beforc which tiue i Elkdom rexerontly bows. ar.u are oniy waitinp; ior some bn.nch to supply the yarn. The diildren are interested also in deins; somethinp; fot unfortunat chddren of their own state and Mrs. Niles is correspondinp; with an orphanage in Burlington, pre para tory to assisting the little in mates. The Junior Red Cross in the vil lace school at South Ryegate, Mrs. Eia Smith, teacher, is studying the country of Italy through corres por.dence with school children in thac sunny land. Miss Varncy, the executive sec vetary of the county chapter is vis iting ali the schools in St. Johns hury deliverin gsupplies for the Junior Bed Cross roll cali. The work for the juniors is well out li:ed and the roll cai will go for ward wth the sanie alacrity which will mark that of the branche.- thi rughout the county. Caledonia county chapter's ((ilota of garments to meet the ih ed of the Near East has been apportioned. Eight hundred gnr nioiits for wonien and children and 4.) layettes are needed whilc the iieed for second hand clothing for nien, wonien and children is unlim ited. Mrs. George C. Cary, the county chairman of production, is looking out for the quota. Mrs. Charles Fassett is chairman of the St. Johnsbury brandi and under her direction tho workers are turning out children's petticoats and bloomerS iliade out of wanu, new material. In practically every town in the county the Boll cail chairmen hdV(! their work organized and the teams are ali groomed for the start Saturday morning. In Peacham Mrs. Glie McFar l;;n(: is in eharge. Lyndonviìlo, Mrs. Charles E. Stuart; Sutton, Mrs. Byron M. Bundy. Danville, Mrs. Murray Clement. East Burke, Mrs. George Barboui'. Mrs. Julian Laughlin is the I cliairman for the Barnet brandi, anl among her hclpers are Mrs. Margaret Ilale of West Barnet. I Mrs. Manning of Barnet Center,' Mrs E. B. Chase of Barnet and Bev. C. B. Bliss of Mclndoes. 2.i mombors present. cial gathoring pre))aratory lo the vinter's activities and plans were discussed for the year's jirograni. Ili f reshments were sorved by the hostess. Tlie (ire do)aitmont was called ou" at 12 o'clock todav to extin- igulsh a chimney lire that was blaz ' in,-; merrily, at tho home of Carroll Jorne on 1 t'oncord A verme. Tluve band chemieals were used before the sniuilge was finally put out, the out" sounding at 12.:','). I The hours at the Fairbanks Museum are: weok days, !).()() in the morning to 1.01) p ni., and on Sunday, 2. .'!0 to ".(') ). ni. Special Sale of Silks FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY 2 Pieces Mallinson's Washable Pussy Willow Taffetà, 40 in- ches wide. Colors White and Pink. Regular price $3.59 yard. Special $2.45 yard 1 Piece Brown Frisheen Crepe, 3G inches wide. Regular price $3.89 yard. Special $2.65 yard 1 Piece Belding's Nancette Satin, 36 inches wide. Shade Taupe. Regular price $3.50 yard. Special $2.19 yard 1 Piece Belding's Chiffon Satin, 36 inches wide. Shade Navy Blue. Regular price $3.00. Special $1.98 yard 1 Lot Striped Crepe de Chine, 32 inches wide, excellent for Blouses or Men"s Shirts. Regular price $2.25 Special $1.59 yard 1 Lot Fancy Waisting Silks, 36 inches wide, Plaids and Stripes. Regular price $2.00. Special $1.38 yard 1 Piece Mesaline Silk, 36 inches wide. Shade Dark Red. Regular price $2.00. Special $1.38 yard 1 Lot short lengths of Silks, 1-2 yd. to 1 yd. to the piece. Special at one-half price THE BERRY-BALL DRY GO0DS CO. CARD OF THANKS POINDEXTER. REP., IS PROBABLY DEhEATED We express ou:- sincere apprc ciation in recognition of tho many kindnos.-es of our i-olatives and frionds, extended to us on the occasion of our twenty fifth wed ding annivei'sary. Mr. and Mrs. Albert De.srochers.: SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. i Late returns f ioni Far Western states oarly today showed the 10 sults of the voto for soveral im portant officos stili in doubt. Por haps chief in interest was the dose contest for Senator from the state of Washington betw cu Sen ator Miles Poindextor, Ro). and C. C. Bill, Doni. Bill miiintainod a lead ali yestorday and today with 2141 out of 24 hi i-eportetd. Ho was aho'ad by 5,121; votes. Kepublican headquai teis refusod to concedod Poindexter's defeat. 'COLI) IN THE HEAD" to is an acuto uttuck ot Nasal Catarri!. Those subioct "coids in the head" tho uso of HAI.L'S MEDICINE will bui! toni and render them coids. Ropoatod Catarrh may leu urrh. HALL'S CATARPvII CINE is takon inteio.ally Ihrough tho Blood on tht surfaces of tlu Sy.-i'-m, ducing tho inllanimation fleilUOilt ili (imi th il CATARRH up t ho Sys ss liable to tttacks. of Acuto to Ch roni e Cai- MEDI and aot.- .M uco J thus re- wiBSfmiiim ufimhrÉ sisting Nature in restoiing nornuil conditions. Ali druiruists. Circulars f reo. F. .. Chor.oy & Co., Toledo, 'Mi io. Ad voi ti.-omo'it ImkasPMim THERE'S no question about it just ask the hundreds of foIk about town who have used theni ; uccessfully. Somcbody is eager to trade with you. Get in touch with him through a "Want Ad" in the Caledonian-Record. Caledonian-Record The only Daily Newspapor in Northeastern Vermont n Ci Al l'I'V ÌlSZ f . AVI E, ALA"i S ' 'f AMEY ST JOUNSbl k.Y & ÌÌEED :Jig fX't: . f7 LIt,V.OTv t. WMl DF. Sii. I.S .M'i-: unii) I-1ALL-MILLS EVIDENCE TO GRAND JURY SOON ini-; ;UMMERY1LI.E, N. J., Nov. 0 inai ulans for nresentation to gjgXCTr .ai , tiic grand jury of evidence in the S Hall-Mills murder case were Hiworked out tolay. Special deputy ' altorney general said he woulcl g stt rt laying evidence against the i"woman in gray" and two nien V Good Place to Buy Good Shoes" ani' In our Children's Department have rounded up certain very dainty pieces a little too soiled to put over our counters as No. 1 goods. While the soils are of no destructive nature yet we feel the following irices are iliade interestingly low for your approvai. or just one-half price is our offer and. the assortment consists Sweaters, Jackets, Booties, Dolls, Bonnets, Caps, in fat ali baby's needs. On display in the Baby Department of of , - e & Smytlke The Storc That Sells Wooltex RE SERVE NEXT- THURSDAY and FRIDAY FOR THE- Frolle IN THE- Colonial Theatre If you want to see a REAL Minstrel Show See familiar faces, bear snappy music and catchy songs Procecds for Benefit of Locai Charities Prices 75c, $1.00, $1.50 Plus Tax r.a'il. téf é i lirttim ilif. i ìli i Randall's Department Store DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT On Sale Today 100 Single Nashua Cottoli Blankets, colors white and grev, weight approximate 1 3-4 ll)s, size 51 by 71. While they last 98c each Women's Flannelettc Night Robcs 1 lot Womeft's Full Size Night Robes, slip over kind, short sleeves, $1.00 vaiue Whilc they last 79c each PI(i SATURDAY SPECIAL Excellent for Xmas Gifts 3Iahos:any Mantle Clocks Night and day radium tb'als, made in America by one of the very best niakers, each and everyone guaranteed, now being sold everywhere from $1.00 to $5.00 each. Ali Dav Saturday whilc they last $2.9S each Alami Clocks front 98c to $3.00 Boys 'Watches $1.39 to $3.00 E. N. RÀNDALL & CO. t -Milli: 'li;ill,ltlllllllllllf :illli;ilcisilllllllllltlilizrici:ij:iljjtuilllllllllllltllllli:ili:itllisllllllilllllli:illillllllllllllit. . b. foie the jury Monday.