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CÀLEDONIAN-RECORD, WEDNESDAY, XOVEMBER 15, 1922
Page se yen
Children Cry for Fletcher's
1
The Kind You Ea-.e Always Bought, and which has beea
in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature et
on the wrapper ali these years
' Ìttst t6 Prtect the coralng
WttyZs&tcAMt generations. Do not be deceived.
Ali Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are tmt
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the healtli of
Infants and Children Expérience àgainst Ejrperiment.
Never attempt to relieve your baby with a
remedy that you would use for yoursélf.
What is CASTORI A
Cast ori a is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
neither Opium Morphine n r other narcotio substance. It3
age is its guarantee. Por more than thirty years it has
been in Constant use for the relkf of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colie and Diarrhoa; allaying Feverishness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and naturai sleep.
The Children's Comfort The M ther's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORI A ALWAY5
Bears the Signature of
Officiai Report of ; jBrilHaiit Tàlerit of Elks Frolic
Will ornasti Ali Kecorcs
WS.QUINbY COMI'ANT
u '"MIT
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bousht
jj&&13 13521 k
E
15 f o
Ali members of the St. Johnsbury
Lodge of Elks are hereby notified to meet at
the Elks Home at 12 o'clock sharp Thursday
to partieipate in the Street parade for the
Elks Minstrels.
HARRY W. WITTERS, Exaited Ruler.
Continued from Page One
less than usuai. Following is the
report by counties as reported on
Nov. 13:
Addison County 10
Bennington County 9
Cafedonia County 5
Chittenden County
Essex County
Franklin County
Lamoille County
Orange County
Orlean County
Rutland County
Washington County
Windham Count
Windsor County
Total
Pi'eviousiy Reported
Total
Reports have boen received from
Windham county of the illegal
killing of six does and a buck fawn
a nine-point buck and doe killed
while damaging crops. The buck
was shot by R. C. Alien for eat
ing corn in Soutii Vernon. W. B.
Jones of Putney reports a 2(50
pound buck, actual weight; Leon
B. Bills, Wàrds-jorO, 230, actual;
Arehie Knight, Jamaica, 255, actu
ai; Frank Thomas, 225, actual;
Myron Piper, Wneelock, .00, es
timated; Carroll snerburne, Gran
ville, .'i(H), actual.
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ratft will be one that will put to
blush ali former attempts.
The compendious program divid
ed into two parts. it i.s predicted,
will simply carfy the audience
away into breathless ecstasy. A
quintèt 6f super-frolics will make
un the inìtial part of the show.
They run the entire gamut from
song to dancing, te "arce to comedy.
The second part, a profuse dis-
musica! numbers. and . f rtììickinf 1
end-men has never been surpassed
ih Si. Johnsbury for clevernes? of
dotail and execution. Ali the locai
ceiebrities have bcc:. calléd to the
forc to display their ability in song,
jest, and dance, and the combined
ef( et of St. Johnsbury's unusually
large afnount of excellent talent
has never been better directed than
under the guidanee of Mr. Coombs.
The show will end in a blaze of
Sheffield
William lìlair died very sudden
ly Sunrtay morninp. Mr. Elair had
not been well for .severa! months,
bui the end carne very unexpected
ly. Ho movcd heie fiom Saranac,
. Y., about 20 years ao and has
been a hard working and success
fu! farmer. His farai is what was
known as the Walter Clark faiin
on Gilbert Square.
T. A. Randall is repairinp hi.
loue anrl puttintf in ali nodern
coTivcniences.
Town meeting is becominjf a
mudi neplected affair unless there
is a locai contest. Every man and
woman who is able should go toi
the polis. Sheffield has a check list j
of 2G ;ìnd onr larpest vote was j
less than SO.
II. P. Simpson, administrator of
p!f.y of femmine beauty, wonderful ! plory. FoIJowinjr is the proxrr.m:
PART ONEx
FIRST FROLIC
"REHEARSIKG FOR THE MINSTRELS"
Scene: Elks' Club
Time: One AVcek A;o
CAST
The Chairman of the Committee KARL W. BRAILEY
Clareftce PAUL FARNIIAM
Mandv (the Maid) CATHERINE MORRISON
The Soloist COLLINS PUOD1EN
A Husband CHARLES E. MILLS
The Janitor IIAKOLI) I'RA Y
The Director FRANK COO.MPS
Other Parts anrl Guests by Members of the Elks.
IurLng the action of the Sketch the followin.r Speciaìiies will be
Introduced.
"Hai!! Hai'l!" By the Gan
"Oh! Mother, Fm Wild" liy Claience
Song Selected By Elks' (Juartet
"Jfamrny Lou" I!y M.ukIv
"My Buddy" By "l'ear." Trio
SECOND FROLIC
A FEW MINUTES WITII
FRANK COOMBS
OUR DIRECTOR
THIRD FROLIC
"THE DANCE"
As Portrayed by
EDWARD K. BICKFOIJI)
and
MISS ALENE GILMAN
Al! Dances Createti bv Mr. Bickford
Charles Chesley's estate, has sold
the old saw mill site. It is to be
fixed up and operated fòr' Wesel,
Nickle and Gross of Barton.
Mrs. W. J. Berwick has moved to
Wheelock for the winter.
FOURTH FROLIC
FRANK O. FRENCH and MORTON II. STARR
AS
"Mr. GallaRher and Mr. Shean"
A GOLD GONE
IN FEW HOURS
INTERMISSION
CARLYLE SARGEN'T'S ELKS' ORCHESTRA
i
. i
'Pape's Cold ComDound'
' ActsQuick, Costs Little,
Never Sickens !
I In a few hours your cold is gone,
' head and nose clear, no feverish
, ness, headache. or stuffed-up feel
; ing-. Drujrsists hcrc Ruarantee
' these pleasant tablet. to break up
!a cold or the s'ippe quicker than
j nasty quinine. They never make
1 you sick or uncomfortable. Buy
,a box of "Pape's Cold Compound"
i for- a few cents and pet rid of
i your cold rifeht now. Advertise-
ment.
PART TWO
"IN A ROSE BOWER"
Introducine CHARLES E. MILLS, as Intel locutor
ENI) MEX
Frank 0. French
Orrie Jenks
"Steve" Caipenter
Charles Hoernle
Oi:n I.
Dr. F. O.
"l'ete"
II. C.
Adams
Mcore
Manin
Abbott
BALLADISTS
Warren Peck
Roy Calderwood
Ralph Howes
Mrs. Richard Levasseur
Dr. J. Tierney
ELKS' AND "DEARS"
Hiram P. Oliver, F.
Mis
Ray R. AY. Ils
Lillian Riohards
Ilarold P" re neh
Paul P'a rnha in
Thoresen, Richard A. Levasseur, M. Tully
CTATr ClV VPDlWnYT!Jonl1 r- tlincn' A- napp, ). (la
i IXlti Ul V tMMUy 1 i Eumene A. Pape, Hugh W. SpaldinK, Os
liupai imeni oi risn ana
Game
Good Joòs Don't
st Hcmnen
cj? eco
Do not rely upon iuck or accident
to get you a good pàying pcsiiioa
The reason ve hear so much about
uck Ì3 bec&use il is the reception and not the
ruie. It i ur-tiTal,' therrfore talìccd rbout
Ko ori- n?cd cc-mplan abcut IrMv inability to
sec-rc tirriioynicat. Conpcicr.t help is at a
prc-ràuw; any nuribcr of c'iices, faeforks and
general business c-?"ct::ls in this city yiM 'on f-lcj to
ernp!oy y.u i they I.ncw you were idie. Ciel tuy and
read Uie HLL? VVANTED ADS loday.
THE CÀLEDONIAN-RECORD
Men desiprnated to ìeport deer
during open siason for l'J22 in
Fssex County, Vermont.
Town Nani e P'ost Office Addi-ess
Bloomfield, Lester B. House,
.MJI Ul Il ili i tl U, l . ZI.
Briprhton, T. C. Carr, Island
Pond, Vt.
Brunswick, J. L. Mills, Noith
Sti-utford, X. IL
Canaan, A. I. Farnham, Canaan,
Vt.
Concord, F. A. Brewer, Concord,
Vt.
Concord, John Folsam, East
fCoiicord, Vt.
Pìast Haven, G. L. Bruce, East
Haven, Vt.
Gianby, E. C. Lund, Gallups
Mills, Vt.
Guildhall, Geo. Hubbard, Guild
hall, Vt.
L mington, W. C. Holbrook,
Coìebrook, N. IL j
I.unenburg-, K. T. Brown, Luiien-1
buip, Vt.
Maidstone, Richard Beattie,
Guildhall, Vt. ,
Norton, E. J. Nelson, Norton J
Mills, Vt.
Vi.-toiv, I". C. Shorey, Victory,
Vt.
Warclens as follows:
County Wai den, L. C. Rieri,
fannan, Vt.
Iieputy Warden, Geo. Scott.
Crnoan, Vt.
I if putv Warden, E. C. Lund,
Gullups Mils, Vt.
BEAUTY SHORTS
W. Mapoon, Earl W. Brailcv, Henry C.
Win?, George C. Wilkie.
mey, A'oysius J. Beck,
car E. Beck, Harold W. Bai-t-
lett, Charles L. Rattigan, Lewis P;. Kirnball, William Kellelier. John
E. Bertrand, Harry M. Livingston. Bernard H. Dani. ls. Gilbert S.
Hanes, Arthur J. Porter, Harold E. Jenks. Collins A. Biodien, W ehb
S. Batchelder, John Brodien, Frederick A. Flint, Clyde A. Sleeper.
Bernard A. Johnson, Alex IL Porter,. Elbert J. Lyrieh, Robert P.
Nichols, Edward K. Bickford.
Mrs. James Cosgrove, Mrs. Harold Abbott. Mrs. Robert P.
Nichols, Mrs. Charles Horenle, Mrs. Harold Bartlett.Mrs. I. F. Hindi,
Mrs. Richard Levasseur, Mrs. Oscar Beck, Mrs. Hiram Oliver, Mrs.
Stephen C. Carpenter, Mrs. A. G. Pratt. Miss Marjorie French, Mi.-s
Dorothy Tinker, Miss Alene Gilman, Miss Lillian Richards, Mi.-s
Albetra Landry, Miss Bernice Lawrence, Miss Gene.-ta Low'tvy, Miss
Thelma Wright, Miss Lillian Garfield. Miss Iiorinne lirouin. Miss
Vienna Brunelle, Miss Catherine Morrison, Miss Frar.ee- Davis, Mi-s
HazeI Walker.
FRANK COOMBS, Director. MISS LOLA FRENCH, Piar,i.-t
I f II W.'H'll I
iim'i- it' fri
MUSICAL NUMBERS
Medley Overture By th
"Just Like a Rainbow"
"Fm Wild About Moonshine"
"Big Bass Viol"
"Read 'Em and Weep"
"My Hawaiian Melody"
"Where the Baniboo Babies Crow
"Here Comes the Bride" Ral,)h Howes
"I'd Love to Be in Ireland' Dr. J. Tierney
"Way Down Yonder In New Orleans" "Pet " Martin
"My Budding Rose" Roy Calderwood
(Assisted by Mrs. Richard Leva.-seur)
"Oh! Lawdy" 1 oiin D. Adam-
Company
Ray R. Wells
Orrie Jenks
Dai old French
Charles Hoernle
-Miss Liilian Richanl-
Frank (). French
"Hello!
Prosperity" Wan
GRAND FINALE
The Wee Bride, Betty Lou Witters
The Wee Groom, Betty Baxter
(11 L. Peck
Master of Properties. Arthur Hafn r
Horace Anderson, Electrician
Furniture used in the show by courtesy of Stardey Furnitun
in ,,. . i.Tmiitrrri''i
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Start Basketball
Practice
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FIFTH FROLIC
A MILITARY TRA V ESTY
"THE BATTLE OF HARVEY'S PONIV
CAST: .
An American Oflieer BERNARD H. DANIELS
HisCoJored Orderly E. J. LYNI'ES
at u. v. m. KTinwT; ftH vW : n è v. , i
t., NovT 15 t- . .UyhKt à. -v vCK "in "L Tl i f f'V i
praetiseofthe Hf!
of Vermont t; J f- r jr i, 'tTfX.3 k V.'-l !
ening with k '1 M A
I ' r.Vy'X''-'''''- VtK- TsÌj-
P ì;.jXr
IDon't Wait Cor Zero Weather Iìeloie Ruyinff I
Thnso I
I ' Wòol
!. fi I
il
E TPT ti 13
Mi
BURI INGTO.N,
The first br.sketball
t the University
liei I I ue-duy ev
i- SO candidales repoiting to
Coaoh Tom Keady who will take
eh; i ero of tiie seuad for the time
Le ng at lea-l. This year's squad
s the largc.-t in Vormont's basket
ball Li-tory. It will be increased
L ti.r when several of the football
player.-; report at the end of the
ri-I sea- en.
With t'.ie exeeption of Harris,
Co. .eh Keady has his last year's
'.e;. ni :is a nucleus for this year's
!,uii.U- together with severa! new
"ien xvl'.o t ome to Vermont with
er.vij.ble record-; on the court. Sem-
ji-i y," coi'-idered one of the best
t.!!efc'; gunr.!. in the Ea.-t, did not
iciioit e..- hi-, is -til! with the foot
lia'i t"a ii. I.-ham, center, Cavward,
fwvard, Capt. Steven., forwai
iittd lliun-, guard, complete the
' : onne! of List season's team.
Lai. gUi.rd; Yarnall, forward;
Beck, ci-nti i;nd guard; and ICast
Li'in, forward. comprise some of
l'i new material whose basketball
ability is recognizei
1 !ie si hedule whicl is not yet
ceinTileied imdudes games with
-ene of the leading teams in the
E;;.-t; 1 iu oiit.-tanding conlests beile;-
with lioly Cross and Durt
meviii. X'ernioiit last season de
i'e.:!(;l Hoìy l'io.-s, Eascorn cham
nicns. l'ai inoutl) is a new corner
o;i tl.r (irceli - nd Gold schedule.
ASPIRIN
Say "Bayer" and Insisti
aiiKeis
SPECIAL SALE 66x80 Wool Knap.Blankets
$8.50 and S5.9S
-AT THE
B
OD
M
arche
10
Unless you see th name "Bayer"
on package or on tablet.- you are
not vetUng the genuine Bayer pro
duct prescribed by phv-icians over
twenty-two years and proved sai'c
bv millions for
Colds Ifeadache
Toothaclie Lumbago ;
Earache Rhc'Umatism
Nruralgia l'yin, ;
Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspir
ili" only. Each unbrokcn package
contains proper directions. Handy
boxes of twelvo tablets co.-t few
c!iit.s. Dru'rgi.-ts al.-o s'11 botile
of 21 and 100. Aspirili is the trade
mark of Bayer Manuf
Monoacet i caci deste r of
cacid. Advcrlisemi nt.
Salicyli-
Brighten Up Your Home
with Flowers
THE KIND THAT LAST
American Beauty, Lawson Rose, Iawson
Buds, Water Lily and Japanese Apple Blossoms.
Last year wc weie unal'le to suppìy the de
mand for artifìcial fiowers. NeA stock just se
di re d 35 and 50c
. Necklaces of Unusua! Beauty
Jade eads, LaTosca Pearls, the new Bake-Lite
Beads in ambei. Necklaces for every o.wn and
eccasion 3t'c to $7.00
Bridge Prizes and Party Favors
in infinite variety and at.all prices.
St. Johnsbiiry House
Tea Room and Gift Shop
Open from 11 to )..()
loo ;
men yvillin-.;
grinding. i'
nal gintei'v
timi, l'oii-h
Cleveland .
tomatirs. :"
facing lal: '
and a larv.
al
V.OK
lorv
TI!.'
write for
I leparture
( 'oii'fiuny,
operators or
to learn Bore
ernal and exter-
of ali descrip
hg and Butl'ing,
u Gridley All
'i. ving, drilling,
. Ajiix headers,
-, . -iety of gener
e.. NO LA
i'.I.E. Cali or
-.iieiition, New
.'.lami l'acturing
' '. ;!, Conn.
Have You a Radiola e
in Your Home?
If you haven't, rve will be glad to advi.se you. The
surprising thing is bow inexpensive they are,
cspecially when compared with the thrill that
comes when you hear the broadcasting of news,
music, sports, Ieojres and bed-time ston'es.
Car of N. IL Baldwin in
Barrels and Bulk will be on
sale Mondav and Tuesday.
A. WARD
St. Johnsbuiy, Vermont'
CLAIM RUTLAND
WOMAN SOLD BOOZE
I-UTLANI, Nov. IT) Mrs. Car
men Muscatcllo of this city vs
n i .. 1 l. .1. !
S ai i c.-wii yesierouy oy .ine ponce
Idepartment on the charge of srll-
ing intoxicating Iio,uof to Ralph
Cobb of Wallingford, who made
a di-closure yvhcn fi ned for intoxi
cation in city court. She furnish
e l S500 bail and demanded a jury
trial. Il is iilleged that she sold
a half pint of whiskey. The re
spoiidcnt has thi ( e small children.
Prohibition Agents Charles L.
Brown and James Kelley and Iiep
uty U. S. Marshal John H. Ougan
of this city yesterday raided the
recidente of Valenti Kempesti in
West Rutland and found what they
daim to be a pint of alcohol and
a bottle of whiskey, a gallon .'an
o.' liquor and a ;uantity of eo;l;
nnd einpty bottles, Kemoesti, who
k( ( iis a -Loe shop, was arraiyned
L( '.t e Cnited States Commi.-. doli
ci" James P. Loauty L.ter in the day
!( ing to jail in defau!t of PI. 000
l..I:Ì..
VOTERS SVVARM TO
CRF.AT B RITA IN POLLS
LONKON, Nov. i:. Th.- l se
tolate of Great Hriuain swarmed 'o
the polis today to elert the fourth
Parliament of the reign of Kit.'-'
Georg." 5. No eieventh hour devei
opment has les.-eneii th" uncer
tainty of the re.-ult.-.
OUR WANT ADS. PAY
HUNIERS
V. l.y not . ?n;i yci; .-!ie;;d-
ali-I oiher g.-.me
gi-t on your trip to one
cali moiirt fieni in a
iirtt will pleiiv...
I T 1
;er neaa
Mounled for
deer
you
w ho
wav
De
$15 to $38
Ser d for ii ice li.-t
Walter Balch
I, miei' burg. Vermont
; '
O e
a c
a e
teresa. 'Radiola Jòr every pursc
from $18 to $350
COURTNKY & PETTY
10 Btdvidoip St., St. .lohn.-bury Vt.
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