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The Evenirng Caledonian-Recoird n i i.n . -r i. .1 Liminui .i muli ..! i Stài ' 1 m-TT-rrTrmmmmrmmm 11 1 " 1 n n ' . NOYEMBER 18, 1922 Goal Whether You Pay $15.00 or $50.00 for that NEW Uinter It's your business to pro cure the most vaine ob tainable for your invest ment, ever mindful of the style and workmanship as well as the material itself. Is it not? It is with these three qualincations in niincl that we have scoured the garment markets, and have brought togcther, and have ready for your sel ection, A Wonderful Lot of Women's, IMisses' and Children's CO ATS Stiong values at $22.50, $23, $29.30 and $ ì. . i X Death of Mrs. Emily Kincaid Colby or Leach & Water man 1 HàSESET HALL Reserved Chair Tickets and Reserved Bleacher Seat Tickets covering the first ten games are now on sale, and can be purchased at Amey & Reed's, Moore & Johnson's, Jewett's Store, Sherburne's Restaurant or from Walter Darling. These Tickets should be presented at Jew ett's store on or after Monday morning, Novem ber 2()th, at nine o'colck and reservation made of the seat desired. KEEP IX MINI) The First Game Nexf Thursday Night with WINDSOR The Windsor team is in charge of Lew Wachter, and our boys have got to go some to win. A great game is assured for the opener. Mrs. Emily Kincaid Colby died ut Passuntpsic v-n Wedne.sday, Nov. 8, aged 70 years. Mrs. Colby was the daughtetr of Mi', and Mrs. Orrin Kincaid and born in Beloit, Wis., in 184G. In oarlv life site carne to eastern i Vermont where .she made hcr home. About r0 years ago she was married to Dr. G. W. Colby of Sutton where their married life was spent, and where Dr. Colby was a successful physician for many years. To them were born five childi'en, Willie and Millicent, who died in ehi.'uhood, and three daughters, who survive hcr, Mrs. Mae Wells of Burlington, Mrs. Wylie Willard of l'assumpsic and Mrs. F. N. Aldrich, who lives in Florida. She also leaves to mourn I her loss seven grandchildren, to whom she was vrey much devoted. Uuring her months 'of illness she was tenderly cared for by her daughter and husband, Mi', and Mrs. Wylie Willard, at who.se home she passed away. Mrs. Colby was a woman of rare ability. She lived for others, and for the happiness and comfort of the deaf ones in the home circle. For many years she was a niem ber of the First Baptist church in Sutton, where she gave fi'eely of her time and talent for the up building of the church and ali ilc partments of its work. Her loss will be deeply felt not only by her loved ones but by ber many friends who reauzo that their loss is her gain. The fu neral was held at the home where she passed away Sun day Nov. 12. The daughters -.-.ere ali present, otte Mrs. Aldrich editing from Florida. The services were conducted by Kcv. A. N". I'ierce of Passumpsic who often callcd on her at the home. He used as a text, Proverbs ."! 1-1 8, whieh he fittingly applied to her life. A solo "Beautiful Land on High" was rendered in a most pleasing manner, by Ernest Skin ner. There were many lovely flowers. The burial was in the famiiy lot at Sutton, beside the hu.sband, who passed awav sever- al years ago. '1 here was a large ! attendance at the funeral, many coining l'ioni the old Sutton home and from Fast St. Johnsbury, ' where .-he lived for several years. : The t'ollowing poem found in ! Mrs. Colby's note book, was read j by her pastor at the funeral: ! Just a Little Way "It seemetlt such a little way to I me ! Across to that strange country, the beyond; And yet not .-t rango, silice it hath come to be The home of tlie.-n of whom I ani so fond. j They make it seem familia'' and ! ino.-t dear, l As tiaveling friends bring di.-Uint countries near. "BABY MINE" MAWASKED POP T0 BUY HEP AH INV1SIBLE HAIR NET DOWN TOWN TODAY BUTIGUESSHECOULDH'7 SEE IT inr- Entertain Football Players hi i ni i i m r- 5 ? ?WtHa i1 ili y Girls Throw Kisses To France's Tiger (Continued from Paife 1) ly: "I ani growing younger every day. In f0 years I think 111 be a baby." The Tiger found thousands of people waiting for hint on the tip of Manhattan island. The aged statesntan was carrying a red rose in one hand when he began his motor trip up Broadway. Girls in office building threw kisses to i bunch of jmpjo,, limi, x ne I igei --jjiii--u uj imiwii the rose. Robert Condon, a inember of the national executive oommittee of the American Legion introduced the Tiger as "a man who more than any other excmplifies the, cnitif in vt ltÌsVi tra -0 ! lìA f 'li I ."filili in imlii miin'i vi niv. i . L war." Shaking hand-, the Tiger tvKoll IIow.au t i;i .1 "v u Continued from Page One their metal to make a score if possible, and they ali did. Principal Stanley J. Steward of the Vocational schooL made the address of welcome, which . was responded to by Principal T. H. Wilson of the Academy. A pleas- ant feature of Principal Wilson s responso was the tunung over io Principal Steward of a check for ?2o..r.4, which represented the Vo èationals' shai'e in the profits of the scries from the three games. The subject, "the trials of a coach, " was handled in a way that showed that the speakers had had some actual experience in the mat- ter by J. E. Nelson, U. K. Howes, E. F. Tuckerman. IL lì. Hollister. The game front the viewpoint of the captain was ably dicussed by E. Hoar and J. Kenogg and F. Me Crillis and 11. Darling told some of the funny plays they have seen, and they have certainly seen some queer ones. IL Somer.s and C. Malam discussed the advantages and disadvantages of co-education to a football team, and judging by their experiences, they aie in a position to know. Ora 1!. Jenks told how football looks to a has ben, and for one that liasn't been a has-been longer taan Jenks, he has sureiv accumlated tiuite a Sunday Services In St. Johnsbury Churches . Klaren will officiate at services at St. Andrew's churcn Sunday morn- The whole program went otf witlt a real footba.'i snaj) and the lusty cheers that ended the pro gram was evidente of the appre ciation of ali present to those who had provided .uch an enjoyablc occa.-ion. declared, "You'x-e the man I lik to see." Thcn caino a rush of photographeis. "Oh isn't there some one to kill the photographers?" He seemed bewildered wlien he saw the army of reporters, photographers, and movie men who had come down the harbor to rect bini. He met a broadside of questions with a statement that he was prepared to Honoied Guests Following the bannuet of the Academy football players by the team front the Vocational .-chool, there was a very enjoyable socia) two-hour at Academy Cita pel Fii day evening, to which the Voca tional team and teachers, as w(dl as the academy football men and the academv teachers were invil ii ev. Di the usuai E)iscopal ing. At the North Congregational church Sunday moming, Rev. F. B. PJchards will preach on "The Best of Gifts." Rev. G. W. Hylton of Giace Methodist church will preach at the morning hour on "Life Is Will to Love," and in evening on "A 20th Century Pilgrim Battling His Way to God in This World." The Union Vesper services of the North and South churches will he held at North church at 5.50 l'r. Samuel L. Loomis of New York will give a utereopticon ad dress on "The Grandchildren of Uncle Tom." "The Art of Making Religion Interesting and Attractive," will be the subject of the fernton by Rev. Ambrose C. DeLan at the 1 South Congregational church Sun ' day morning. The Edward Taylor F'airbanks Club nteets at the i South church vestry at 4.15. I The subiect at the Christian Science service Sundav morning will be, "Soul and Body." Sunday will be observed as Jap un Sunday at the Church oi the Messiah. Rev. G. W. Scudder will preach on "Japan" in the morning and at the Sunday school hour, Mrs. Scudder will .speak of the work of the Japan Mission. The work of Booker T. Washington will he the subject discussed at the meeting of the Y. P. C. U. in the evening. At the Union Baptist church Sundav morning, Rev. A. S. Woodworth will preach on "The Transforming Power of Christ," and in the evening his subject will be "The Divine Model." Exhausted From Cough Grippe ..-iti un n-uijl nnmtuii' it I tT IJUIHl ILI. t.iuc.l .lunik. . -j . ' yeses and an equal numher ot noes j ery acceptar.io niu.-ic wa which the reporters could distri-1 furnished bv the academy orche. bute in their copy as they saw fit.ltra consisting of Sylvia Kicker, M. Clemenceau. responding to jiiano; Paul .). Léonard, vioiin; the welcome at City Hall said: j Maurice Schop))e. axaphone; "For fifty vears I have been mixed Floyd Bennett, drums. up in the ntst important politicali It was a pleasant way to end a activity in its history. Ve will ,' most successful football sea.-on. disperse our armv when it can be I N'w that the football uctivities shown we are saf'e from invasion." , 'e over for tlus ycar, every body Vip nume nn n0Ul(l gel Intel ested, eiltier a He explained that he carne on no mission and that his visit was personal. When he heard his country criticized he decided to come. "We were calimi militari--tic and impenalistic," he said, , "If there is anyone not imperialistic, ' he said, "it is I." Il lllf MlllJtt I il 11 Ili Ul 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 li ; 1 1 1 H I M M II M I tll I k 1 1 1 1 1 M I Iti i J ! Il 1 1 1 1 1 1' fr' 11 1 IM 1 1 U iti 1 1 11 l 1 1 1 1 É 1 11 1 1 1 1 HMmjni.iii.ini "And .--o to me there is no sting in death, And so the grave hath lost its vie tory. It is but crossing with abated breath And white, ten.-e face, the narrow neck of sea, To find the dear ones waiting on the shoi'e Moie piecious and more beautiful than before. ' i VERMONT FINISHES IN NINTH PLACE V ' j0 BOSTON, Nov. IS The Univer sity of Maine today won the New Kngland intercollegiate cross coun try championship with 4!) points. Bates college was ,-econd. R. E. Hondric of M. I. T. was the indiv nlual winner. Ile romped over the live utile course in 28 minutes, 47 seconds. Brown fìnished sixth with 181, New Hampshire seventlt with 181 and Vermont ninth with l'US. The newest (ìoodrich Creation is a real con tribution to fashionaljle footwear. The Pavlovo is the newest thought rovid ing a handsome, graceful foot for Street wear. The foot and sole are of Goodrich rubber. The upier is of waterjroof Jersey Cloth, lìnished with a cutt' of Astrakan Cloth. Trucking Done I bave purchased a new trucie and atti ready to do ali kinds of trucking in and out of town at rea.-onable rates. Tel. C7G-Y FUK1) BLAY Sultan's Flight Angers Turk People (Continued from Tese 1) which heretofore has aiways been sealed. On ali sides the pressing riiifstion today was as to what ac tion the Angora government would take as the result of the Sultan's flight. Extremist Turks said the si'uation created ntight lead to the ine noi), wept bittc-.ly and through egation from the Lousanne con ference and the march of a Kem- alist army on the capital. More temperate Moslems ex pressoi! be lici that the Nationalist authorities wculd regard the flight as an un plcasant and irritating incident but one which none the less afforded a solution of the ciuestion of the Sultan's fate. Ali were emphatic in voicing belicf that the British participation in the escape of the Caliph would provoke severe pro tesi from the National Assembly as constituting an unwarranted in teri erence with Turkish internai .nlli.irs. The Sultan's youngest wife. whom he niairied only nine weeks ago, the 22 ycar old daughter of his gardener, becante hysterical when. the fact of the Sultan's flight was confimted and the seven faith ful eunuchs who hive acted as pei sonai body guards to the Mos lem ìiiler for the last 5 years, g;.ve themselves up to dispair feiiring the Sultan had been kid napped. The other eunuchs and 111.- ladies of the palare number wilhdrawaJ of the Nationalist lel ouc the whole palace was in a state of conintotion. players or ardent supporier.. in the basket ball propo.-ition. The interest alreadv shown in hot h th( boys' and girl.-' schedule pi omise some interesting and exciting games this winter, and inophe-ie.-. a good proportion of victorie. La giipiie coughs rack and tear the sufferer to a state of exhaus- tion. "Would got comidctely ex- hausted from violent grippe coughs," writes R. G. Collins, Buincgat, N. .1. "Tried Foley Jloney and Tar ani the cough by three coìds and croup. throat, che.it and bronchia! irritation. Foley's Honey and Tar has tood the test of time. Con tains no opiates ingrodients pi'intcd on the wrapt ers'. Largest selling cough medicine in the world. Advertisemenl. j cea.-ed entirely." Used I yenei auons 101 cougn Standard Oil Defeats Elk IJowlers The Standard Oil bowle from the Elks alley ai'ti.-t: nesday evening by a -core to 1270. Me Lane wa hig for the Standard Oil lad Lynch of the Elks Ied a ci ond with a score of 2K". Tuesday evening the Americi.ii Legion defeated the "Strollers" by a .-core of 1".(.2 to 125", The record of the S'andai - Elks match is as follows. Standard Oil i- won - Wed-, of j::2.s li man while ; o.-e .-.-e- ! Oli Ronan 'H '.ci p.-, -s2 - B McLane 1 S! Ili 2St II Pray S I S7 SI 255 ! I Connor s l i:; 7: 2"x; I Ramsav 7S !0 :; 27(1 B Totals' 121 152 4C2 M2S I GarfKdd ,C 7S S7 2 il ' 1 Beattie 77 MI ! 1 2-"7 j B McDonahl 77 71 Sii 2-7 1 1 Lynch 55 1.7 lui 2s:ì , 9 Dean !5 71; S7 25S i I Total 111) 111 455 I27(i I M Services -of- International Bible Students In G. A. R. Hall, 41 Rail roail Street. Sunday after noon at .'! o'clock. The ad dress will be given by Pastor A. S. Huntley of Mo'rrisvillc. Subiect, "What Man is He That Liveth That Shall Nevr See Death?" Seats free. No collection. SGMNG ITHANK Dress Up For The Holiday S.tylish new Suits and Overcoats for Men and Young Men, Students and Boys. Any style any fabric any size satisf action giiaranteed. FOR MEX ANI) YOUNG MEN $22.50, $25.00, $30.00 $35.00, $40.00 For Students For Boys $16.50 to .$25.00 $5.00 to $16.50 Now is the time to huy Mackinaws, Sheep-lined Coats, Sweaters, Tlannel Shirts, Woolen Under wear, Flannelette Pajamas and Night Pobes, Vvoolen Uose, Mufflers, Gloves every furnish ii:g a man or boy may require for the cold months ahead. Everything moderately priced and a big stock to select from. The Berry-Ball Dry Goods Co. l il W W i J 1 1. y.ltov 1 2j WlBaHBMMWeaaiam MMMMMaBaBBBWB8WWBMMBMMl In very bad weather you can turn the cuff up and have a full-length protectìon that keeps the leg warm and the foot dry. The culi' snaps into place, either turned down or up. P: Priced $5.00 a pair In Ladies' Sizes. 1 M222L. Ik Il AMEY Zr KEED a P . AMI R Al UA'l $ vturPE api: nuro m t STJUJNiblUY ì- VEkWOM j ilio a-uraii'-c of a ujrni, lonif-rlal.le and Hril iri)v i-iiincil lii.inu l.ikcj tbc sliii .mi nf ilio il) bl,.-t. Life i 1 1 u r- an. e niainlaiii- ilio home in comfort long after the Lrcadu inncr ià lakeu. TUE EQUITABLE LI IL ASSL RANCI: SOCIETY tv I MI TI) i Big Rush Here toPayTaxes The la.-t day for St. Johti.-mjry taxpaycrs to "got under the wire and save the four per cent dis count was on Wedne.-d iy and the busiest place in town that day wa the office of the town treasurer. Charles G. Kraley. There was a sieady streant ot callers ali day and late into the evening and before the day's work was done over OfKÌ separate ac count had been entered and the total aniount received was $7(.,- (;:y.o(.t. It wil. be several days before ali the individuai accounts can be en tered but Mi'. Braley is very well satisfied with the very high pcr centage of taxes that bave been paid. The few that failed to . pay before Nov. 15 will nòt only lose the four per cent discount but have to pay four per cent more for the co.-t of collection. A Comfortable Bed is an aid to .-ound .-leep, good health and Micco:--. Can you ail'ord tu be without one'.' If your inattro.: has ba ronie uneven. hard and lu!)i jiy, you are not rc-ting coni fortablv, so whv not scnd it to us? ' We make a pecialty ol" high-cla-s work in MATTI; l-.'SS i:i;noati.(; i 'f ì .-'- :: - j : V' ,; 'V " hN " 1 ì a -ì W. A. FREEMAN 55 Kastern Avenue GRACE METHODIST CHURGH "The Church That Serves" Help Make St. Johnsbury A Community Where God Is worshipped on the Sabbath. Sunday, November 19. 10.30 Morning Avorship, sermon, "LIFE IS THE WILL TO LOVE" 12.00 Sunday school session. G.00 E)vorti League. Miss Plizabeth leader, Hall, .00 P. 31. Address "A 20th CENTURY PILGRIM BAT tling his way to goi) in this world" ciìorus ciioir, okciip:stua. Come. You won't be lonesome. azsurau wrrmrjnBSP'.'wiiniiruM "A Good Place to Buy Good Shoes" .il i i 1 1 : ti i i uì ; iiiii u ; 1 1 ìi . 1 1 u : iti j t iiì ; nu i j u ìì u i u : j ìììij in ìuj i m ì i j ììi u u j 1 1 1 j ì iu u u iijjaiuu iiiin iìjiiìiu ìu ìixuiiìll Earle W. Brailey UISTIilCT MANAGER li: Winter Street RALPH V. REI". Il, Agent G dman, 't. MOVE TO ORGANIZE ! ATHLETIC CONFERENCE DURHAM, N. II. Nov. 18 A ! ntovement for the organization of i a New England athletic confer- enee of state college and univer- : sities is under x.-uy. Prcsident R. ' I). Hetzel of New Hampshire col- l lego has writtcn the pre.-idont of the other New England state in- 1 stitutions proposing a conference in P.oston Nov. 25 or 20 for the purpo.se of considering a confer ence agreement ntodeled some what after the Middle we.-t athle- tic cònference. Not Just A Vault Within Walls! wim Ut-foro b; leavo moia : keeping. Lots of folk vicmitv k.- a .-neh d valuable- crc organized, with locai gold people used to n.itli.-. for .-afe- in St. John.-bury and -till ìegarrl banks as -omo righi ber unr (tur own cu-lonìi-,-- priniarily a vault within walls. Not the I'ii -t National Uank! Our olliccrs want vou io con.-xt.-r tlus t.ank as a U: SINESS FRIEND alway.- to a-H.-t you with bu.-iin-s. nrol personal hou-.-hold linances. Are you u.-ing thi.- feati re of our blenis, lave ready -tmenst. Sunday, 5.30 P. M. Union of NORTH and SOUTH CHURCHES .-(I-Vice MATlQMAIy BANK Rev. ker. Xovenil ,Tr IDth., at North Church Samuel L. Looniis, I). I)., of New York, Subject: "The Grandchildren of Un- spea eie Toni," illusti-ated by the stereoption. A cordini welcome lo ali.