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The Evemimg Caledonian-Record
TUESDAY NQVEMBER 14, 1922 An Experienced Mother Knows that Babies Underthings are of the greatest importance. The Shirts, the Bands, the Pet ticoats and Robes of Flannel ette ali are needed to keep Baby warm and healthy. The Shirts and bands are many of theni made without buttons so there's nothing to irritate a tender skin. These may be chosen in either Silk and Wool, or Cotton and Wool, or ali Cotton. The well-known makes like Iurkland,Vanta and Baby Pak are ali here. Baby will also need a nice v;irn rVuif Rnnnpt IVTìffpnc fvirmin nrr Rnntìpc: W'ivm Stockìngs and a dozen other things, including a Rattle, which may be the direct cause of the new Baby Smiling its very first smile. When you are inquest of Infant's require ments, come and see the variety to be found at Leach & Water man9 s ! W: s? "BABY MINE" POP9 LEAPhlMG HYPNOTISM HOW-GEEJ1WONDEPIF 'ATS ANOTWED SCMEME ,TO GET ME TO TAKE AT 4 NASTY OL' CA9TOI? OIL m ik l -f J V of Slayerof TwoMen Got Over $1200 In Loot day NoVembér 8. Sheriff Murray said the brothers were in the vil lane Monday afternoon accompan ied by two, young men. This ad vances the time of the death 24 hours when ari automobile was seen standing in front of their home. The autopsy showed that the men were attacked with an axe and their heads crushed. Big Disaster In Chile Spreading Continued from Vaco (ine loss of Iìvps is made. The. in. hrbitants number about 200. Advices filed la.st night said that a stronfi; earthshock had been fh . ac Kaltal, a seaport of severa! , thousand population. President Alessandri will Ieave toniorrow for Valpariso where he will embark- nn a battleship for a visit to the ports .stiicken by the earthshocks. O PEP ami POWER or FORDS Wonderfsl new Innition ?jstfm, with Bosch SUrtiut Amplilier, pula poner and pep ia rordi siwps ontnrtoK canea gas kerps più clean mali8 dUrlinjt easy is watcrjirnff. You drive anvnher and .vpry- whprf without tniiih- inj thn apark l"'r. Ih Rnsrh ontlit ia sala, complete, al tt; li-M 19 Brunelle Paint & Auto Co., Inc. fire DOES $300,000 DAMAGED IN MONTREAL MONTREAL, Nov. 14 Fi re which staiteli carly today on the top l'ioor of the University of Montreal did a damane of "$-'!00,-110(1. INDIGESTION, GAS, I UPS ET STOMAChJ Instantly ! 'Tapo'sDupepsin" 1 Corrects Stom:ich so : Meals Digest 1 he moment you eat a "l'ape's Diapep. in" your tion is yonc. N'o more from a sour, acid, upsct No tion .. i , , i tablet of stomach. itulence, hearthurn, palpita ne miserv-miiking gaso. Cor- rect your digestion l'or a few cents. Eurh package guaranteod by diug gist to overeome stomach troubL. Advei'tisenient. BOYS GIRLS See us Thursday after half past three. We want to get acquainted with you boys and girls who are saving the coupons from Scott's Bread We want to know who you are, how tali you are, so that we may know-what size Skis you will need and about when you will be ready 'for them. So come in Thursday or Friday after school. f you will help us this much we will bave a few free coupons for you. irL Scott Oo JJAKERS Tel. (i90-(i91 (1ROCERS tiiiiujuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiariiiiiijitiiiìitijiiiiiit'iiiiiiiiiii4iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiitiiiiuiuiiitiifiaiiiit' me m Special a!ues in ffclens' Shoes l'or every one of our friends who wish to take advantage of an attraetive lot of special j)riced Men's High Shoes, we bave a 50 pair lot of Men's Brown ("ali' and Cordo van leather shoes, regular .$10.00 and $12.50 grades, sizes 5 1-2 to 11, widths A to D. Marked $8.50 per pair To Close Out Continued from Page One i countryside auctions and dickers with the townspeople swapping horses and watenes. Every detail that leti up their finding of the two bodie.s and wnat followed was veiy carefully gone over in the hope of finding some trace of the assassin. They could give no mo tivo whatsoever for the crime ex cept that of robbery. The opinion of the olficers is that someone of this section who was seriously in need of money and who knew the two old men and their habits, .ommitted the crime. No one in inis section can point to a person who was an enemy of either of the brothers and eveiyone had a kind word for them. They were honest, hard working and frugai men who minded their ovvi, business and ne ver gave offense to anyone. Theie aie no sigas of a struggie connected with the doublé murder showing that the murderer had been given free estranee to the house and that h; was evidently -taiKiing in the kitchen talking with Charles when he swung the axe that crushed the aged man's skull. Two or three blows were struck, accordine to the merlicsi examiner. The first blow1 was sull'icient to cause instant death. The slayer then went through a shed to a small outhouse where John was sitting and struck him a blow full in the face with the keen edge of the axe. The assassin sliuck a second blow as the body pitched foiwaid and a third blow as ìt rolled onto the noor, cutting a deep gash in back of the man's neck. The fiend thei dropped the blood covered axe into the hole between two hoards where it was recovered today. No hand had touched the handle except on the 1 extieme end and in clear outlines on the handle are the finger prints I ol the assassin, dyed in the blood ' ot his two victini.s. I The murdeier thon drew ali the 1 curtains of the house and took al padlock from a hook inside the I house and fastened it to the shed ioor on ine outside and made good his escane. Ali detail (svilii, iu mi; lact that the murder took place Tuesday night shortlv after the two men had returned from a trip dui ing the day. Iii(luirv at Brad lord where they wei e ' believed to ha ve gone showed that they had not been in Bradford for two weeks. At that time thev spcnt a day in Bradford buying shoes and other supplies. They are well known in this town and no one ! saw them in Bradt'oivl l:.f T day. They may have gone to Wells Liver or Woodsville as they went north on t.he afternoon O-nin and leiurned early in the evening. The theory that bootieggers may have discovered the amount oi money that John Davi wns e;irrying and trailed the men to their home in an automobile is rather discounted by the results of the autopsy. The autopsy showed no sigris of a struggi e. It indicated that ( hai-les Davis was in peacoful convei-ation with someone whom the hi other had ailowed to come into their home when the crime was suddenly perpetrated. The dishes from the evening mea had beni washed and stood in the sink. I he authorities a.-e now endeavor mg to make a careful checkup of men in this town who were accus- tcme.l to visit the two brothers or ol distant purties who may have me naous Ot the eariy large suini of their nrsons. A morbid crowd of townspeople and visitor. crowded about the place ali day today but out of the entire crowd not one theory was advanced as to a possiblc identity of the pei)ietator of this hon-ible crime. "COLD IN THE HEAD" is an acute attack of Nasal Cat arrh. Those subject to frequent "colds- in the head" will find that the use of IIALL'S CATAURH MEDICINE will buil-J up the Sys tem and render them loss liable to colds. Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may lcad to Chionic Cat arrb. HALL'S CATARRH MEDI CINE is taken internallv and acts j through the Blood on the Mucojs turlaces ot th? System, tlius ;e ducing the infiamma tion and a. sisting Nature in restoring norinal conditions. Ali druggists. Circulars free. F. .1. Cheney & Co., Toledo, hio. Advertisement C'funty cliaji-e. w:il be held to- liijrht in the armory. VALPARISO, Nov. 11 The in land town Freirina is almost com pletely i-uined and scores are lead as a result of the disaster of last Saturday, according to a wireless menage from a cruiser which has arrived at Iluasco. The population numbers 3,600. At Trcirina the sea ros'j 10 meters destroying the w'aterfront structures and wreck ing numerous craft. Several sea ".nen were drowned. SWEATERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Slip-On Sweaters in white, tan, gray, navy, brown, Harding blue and Nile green. Regular and extra sizes $2.00 to $12.50 Tuxcdo Style in light and heavy weight, colore black, brown, navy, red, tan, gray and Harding blue. Ali sizes $3.75 to $15 Heavy Sport Slip-Over Sweaters, for Women's and Misses' Out , J Dóor Sports Colors white, tan, navy and red.. Prices $6.75 to $11.00 Scarfs in Bmshed Wool and Camel's Hair in plain colors and f ancy stripes. H Prices $3-00 to $7.50 In connection with the ioli cali in St. Johnsbury it is interesting to note the heavy gains the American ìlei! Cross has scored in the insu la!' possessions of the United States during the last year. ad vancing the figure to 15(1, t()8, a gain of 4,201 over 1018. The I Ph-dippines take the lead. g.iining STATE OF VERMONT nojirlv 100 per cent, now having i i- . . . . i j il I Irnul'lmollt nf VicU onJ i:.o,.iii memoers. in ruroiie uii'itiivii ul jl- iati aiiUj )21 Koll tali enrollcd 11.11' ) witli Game ihc Constantinople Chnptcr report- j Mpn ,,Piio.,lu.,, ..'...uvv.u UU ItfiUI K, Uttl huing open season for 1922 in THE BERRY-BALL DRY G0ÓDS CO. Red Cross ni'.'- 00.), a gain of 3:! members. China was 1,782 membnrs, a gain ot' r!H; the little Virgin Islands l ave l.OOO, wliile thn Dominican Sr.lirHi.re ai Wnvh ! K-'ublic with 2,027 advi.nce. Continued from Page One nated. There are few homes whose closets do not possess lis carded garment-i, warm ones ihat wiil alleviate actual sulfering and the Red Cross is asking for these. Ar. invaliti shut-in, ona who ir.'.; been confìned to her bed or wheel chuir for several years, is dolng efl'fctive work for the Red Cross. She has eompleted the tops for two ouilts and these, lied and wr.rmly lined by a committee of Nerth church women under the di rection of Miss Augusta Gorham will find their way into some needy home. f rom it- nrevious high mark by 1,4L..S now members. Haiti, organizeil in li20 non- has nearly 1000 eMol!ei. Mexico reports S5-1 a gain of .'i27 in one year. The American Red Cmss has spread its menib'rsliip ovi i some 70 foreign lands and its .'r.nior memlx-rshlp outside of t l;e United States is dose to 700,000. Miss Loia Varney, the Red Cross executive secretary, was in West Burkc Monday to visit the village school. Miss Giace Knight, tei cher of the 7th and 8th grades is organizing a Junior Red Cross, and the children are colecting gar mcnts for the Near East ìefugees. The regular meeting of the exe cutive committee of the Caledoniu Anyvvay no one has expros.-od fear that the coming ses.-ion of Congress would show uneem!y baste in passing new laws. Exhausted From Grippe Cough La grippe coughs rack and tour the sulferer to a state of exhau -tion. "Would get completely ex hausted from violent gri;ie coughs," writes lì. O. Collins, Barnegat, N. .1, "Tried Foley Honey and Tar an 1 the coligli ceased entirely." l's'd bv three generations for cougi.s, colds and croup, throat, ch''-t r.iìd bro'M-hial irritation. Foley's Iloney and Tar has stood the test of time. Con tains no opiiite.- ingre.lients printed on thi? wrap) er. Largest 1 selling cough medicine in the! world. Advertisement. ' . .... , . i r.ssex i.ounty, V ermont. j Town Nume Post Office Address j Bloomfield, Lester B. House, i North Stratford, N. IL Brighton, T. C. Carr, Island ; Pond, Vt. 1 Brunswick, .1. L. Mills, North ; Stratford, N. IL ; Ci.naan, A. I. Farnham, Canaan, ( oncord, F. A. Brewer, Concord, Concord, John Folsam, East Cei.cord, Vt. East Ilaven, G. L. Bruee, East ; IIi:ven, Vt. (ùanby, E. C. Lund, Gallups ' Mills, Vt. Guildhall, Geo. Hubbard, Guild hall, Vt. I.emington, W. C. Holbrook, Coiebrook, N. IL i Lunenburg, K. T. Brown, Lunen ' burg, Vt. i.Iaidstone, Richard Beattie, (ifildhall, Vt. Norton, E. J. Nelson, Norton Milk-, Vt. Victory, E. C. Shorey, Victory, : Vt. ardens as follows: County Warden, L. C. Rich, ' Canaan, Vt. ! Deputy Warden, Geo. Scott. ; Ci'iiaan, Vt. l 'eputy Warden, E. C. Lund, i Cdlups Mila, Vt. RAISIN BREAD Beginning to-morrow we shall make Raisin Bread each Wcdnes day. Plcnty of raisins and everything else to make it good. Vienna Rolls, Toniorrow is the day Thursday Date Filled Cookies Fn'day Raised Graham Muffins Willey's Food and Catering Shop (." Maia Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont I 100 Machine operators or men willing to learn Bore grinding, internai and exter nal grinding of ali descrip tion, PolishfTig and Bulfing, Cleveland and Gridley Au tomatics, Shaving, d'rilling, facing lathes, Ajax headers, and a large variety of gener al factory work. NO LA 150 It TROUIìLE. Cali or writc for application, New I lepart u re Manufacturi ng Company, Bristol, Conn. Come Up Where Prices Are Lovver! Champoux Restaurant i)-ì Kastti'ii Avenue We make our own Pies and Dougbnuts. Everything new and sanitary. $4.r0MeaÌ Ticket for $1.00 IJarber Shop, Pool Room and Shoe Shine Stand in connection. We carry a'full line of Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco and Pipes. (UVE US A TRIAL men money ORFORD, N. If. Nov. 14 In vestigation of the murder of John and Charles Davis, brothers, whose bodies were found Sunday night in the smali housr they occupied have revealed that thev were last seen alive on the night of Wednes- ÀMEY lEED Ì .ST JOHMSbtUY Lk.V.ONT "iterala II) 1 pamf I ) IP j i'i f vv... Don't wear ìubbers that wear out in two or three weeks when you can buy the Goodrich Straight Line for a few cents more. Be economical in the snìall things they count. Insist On Goodrich Quality AMOS W. SCOTT "The Little Store with the Better Shoes" "STRIDE-A-WAY" Bloomers An entirely new hlnomcr with a patented seamlcss crotch! THE kind of bloomer you've been looking fór! No crotch seains to rip or pulì apart. They're cut so ingeniously that you get the greatest benefit of the eross-knit material just where you need it most. They (it perfectly, yet conl'orm to any posture Ampie seat depth and width. For slentlcr or stout women they are equally adaptable. They'll outwear two pairs of ordinaiy bloomers. Made artistically in ali the beautiful shades of splen did silk jersey. 99 The Store That Selis Wooltcx RandalPs Department Store Everything in Toys for Boys Skiis Snowshoes Toboggans Sleds Rocking Horses . Watches Ives Mechanical and Electrical Track Trains, Pulì Trains lOc to $2.00 Tricycles, Coaste r Wagons, Small Wagons, 59c 98c to $3.49 Blackboards, wall style 69c to $1.50 Blackboards, easle style 9Sc to $3.75 THANKSGIVING ROASTERS Black Sheet Iron Doublé Roasters 10 in. 25c 12 in. 29c 14 in. 45c 15 in. 49c 16 in. 59c 18 in. 75c Nut Picks, set of six 19c Nut Crackers 19c Set of Both in Box 35c Sheet Iron Roasting Pans, no covers 15c, 2óc and 35c E. N. RANDALL & CO. A 1 THE PECK COMPANY HARDWARE I B ?,! Railroad St. Tel. 42-MÌ "A Good Place to Buy Good Shoes" riunii: isiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti:jiiiittitiitiiif ìitaiiJiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiituiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijixiiiiiiifiiiiiiuiiiijiiiittaiiiAciiuuu St. Johiiòbury. Vt.