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CALEDONIAN-KECOUD, FRIDA Y,DECEMBEIi 22, 1922
PAGE TIIREE
25 cents for the firsl inser Uon. One cent a word f or each day thereaf ter. Ten
cents booking charge unless cash in advan ce. Minimum charge 25 cents.
ROOMS TP RENT
TU RENT Rooms for light
housekeeping, steam heated. Mc
Caffrey, 92 Railroad Street. 143 tf
f 0 RElTT Furnished front roo m.
Furnace heat. Mrs. Weeks, 28
Pearl. Telephone 479-R. 138 tf
TO RENT Large front-room, 18
Summer Street. Telephone 567-J.
; i4o tf
TO RÉNTWarni rooms by day or
ek. Phone 492-M. 145 tf
; Tenements to Reni
TO RENT-'ìenement 36llfav
otte Street. Tel. S62-M. 144 tf
TO RENT at 7 Élm Street. Five
mora up staili tenement. Apply at
4 or 7 Elm Street. 144 tf
TENEMENT to rcnt with bath
r.oom. Near depot. $14 a month.
Apply A. B. Dow. Ili) tf
FOR. SALE
LOST AND FOUND
LOST FRIDAY Lynx mulf.
Finder please return to Mrs. S. J.
Somerville, 3 Piospect Street and
receive reward. Telephone SSG-J
' 148tf.
CLOSE YOUR HOME
Sare Coal
Spend the Wintcr at Miami,
among the iunshine and flowera.
HOTEL H 'XYON HALL
MUail - Florida
FOR SALE No. 1 hay. Inquire J.
A. Russell. St. Johnsbury. 97tf
WOOD FOR SALE Tel. 257-1
105 tf.
FOR SALE the extcnsiv'e lotand
sitali bric,k cottage, known as 'J47
Ea.st Main Street, Newport, Vt.
S:tid Iot contains over S2,()00
square feet, and has a frontale on
Main stieet of 13-" feet. My agent
for the sale of this propcrty is
Mi.;. M. C. Erigham, whose ad.Iress
is 24 Central Street, Somerville,
Mass., until Decomber 20, after
th'it date it will he- Newport, Vt.
Mary A. YVilbur, Exeeutrix Estate
of Mary E. Wilbur. mjf
FOR SALE Mrlntoh Rad
apples. No. 1 Maine potatues,
Gabbale and Turnips. A. Ward, St.
Jedbury, Vt. 1-T8tf
FÒTi SALE Two heavy "Foggi ni
sleds, one new, one bob sled. W. A.
Bradshaw, Conrord, Vt. UO-IÒO
WANTED
W ANTE1 Beel. veal. pork.
lamb, poultry at the Summerville
Slaughter House. 54 Concord Ave.
O. I)uval, Prop. Phone Cól. 137 tf
WANTED a areen bone cutter.
Inquire at thi:? office.
145tf
HELP WANTED Male
-and the Worst Is Yet to ComeliHORSE RACES
FOR SATURDAY
ONSNOWPATH
FOR SALE No. 1 10 indi dry
hardwood. C. H. Simons, Passump-
sic. Tel.lfi."-2. JJJ-11!
FOR SALE My house on Mt.
Vernon St. L .W. Heernion, New
port. 14(i-l")l
FÓ R SA LE AH tì-.:-.j.le block
wood. P. II. Cole. Tel. 7!)-."2.
1 1S-1-VI.
FOR SALE 12 and Ili inch block
wooj. Guarantccd each stick rock
niapb'.' - Prire .$12 and .fU! per
cord.. J.; A. Russell. 1 t!-Vi
WA NTED E'xperienced voods
mcn that can chop, drive team,
tend sled, or use eantdog, in our
woods operation. Firstclass camps,
trains run to door, good wages.
Apply to The .Woodstock Lumber
Co., Beebe River, N. IL, or tele
phone Plymouth 27-2. 144-149
I 7 I. .1 1
ijui wams woik. oenvering wasn-
ings, doing errands. Orders taken
for Christmas trees. Telephone
TMS-W. 147 tf
WANTED Man with cai- to sell
guaranteed Cord tires. Will ar
range salary and expense with
right man. CORD-O-VAN RUB
BER COMPANY, 1108 So. Michi
gan Ave., Chicago, 111. 149
E A UN $(i-?12 weekly addressing
mailing circulars spare time sit
home. Instructions 25 cents. Mailer-
List Co., 5G(il 28th Street, De
troit, Mieli. 149
OUR WANT ASS. PAY
T9L X
Tf
JLast iviirio
Speci a
t
Is
1L1 hJ lì
U I
At 1
PASSUMPSIC LODGE. NO. 27,
Regular communication Thurs
d.iy evenirli, Janna ry 4 at 7.30 for
dispatcìi of business.
Fred IL Dolloff, See.
Renwick H Cutting, W. M.
Hit , iiiiiirinriimL
St. Johnsbury Driving
Club Starts Speedway
Contests
Seek Services of Rich
ardson for Company D
Continued from Page One
Boston Army Base was a mistake
as far as the name of the team is
concerned. It is the sanie team
that played hei(( last year under
the nume of the Boston Armv Base
but this year it is
the caption of The Hudson Bi
Five.
ArranKements have been made
wherby the St. Johnsbury Arademy
and the Fairbanks Vocational
School will elash between the
halves. The advent of this jj'arne
On Shoes
$6.00 per pair
Genuine Winslow Skates, nickel piateti at
94 Railroad Street, opposite Portland.
W.H.TILT0
alone, as between old rivals, will
be an atti-action of no mean pro
portions. Everything points to the pi'eat
est game that has been seen in St.
Johnsbury in years. The Com
pany D boys will be the acme of
fitness following their games with
Windsor and Keene tonight and to-
ninri'mv nio-Kf ff'iVk TJn I.-.
. . l nielli,. yjet VII 1UI in in
piaying under n.,.()ti.,t,'nir with "San" PihnvH.
son of Claremont, N. IL who is
con-ddered as one of the fastest
eenters that ever perfomied in
this vicinity, Curley hopes to ar
ìange that Richardson may be a
rcgular attribute of Company D,
to replace F'itz Marshall, and
Puss Connor.
Duffy Lewis of Hardwick has
been engaged to referee both
gumes, in the absence of Pat Kan
ney, who was unablo to come dur
ing the holiday season.
The Radio Store
Most Complete Line of Slippeis
for the entire family in
Northern Vermont
at the
Lowost Prices
THE SPOT J
7S
Special Notice
Waitress W'aTìted at the
Iron
Mountain
House
Jackson, N. IL, for three
days, January 18-21. $1.50
ler day and transportation
paid both ways. Also first
class pastry cook needed
sanie time. Address
W.
A. M ESERVE, Prop.
W'.y y inm.n mi . m . in i ut unum iiiiuiiimuh
St. Johnsbury race fans are as
sured of some real sport Saturday
for the big snowfall of Sunday and
the sharp weather of Tuesday and
Wednesday have put the Main
Street speedway in prime condi
tion. The quarter mile was given
the first scraping Wednesday foi-e-noon
and looks more than usually
tempting.
Considerable interest in the Sat
urday afternoon matinees is being
shown by the horsemen of Dan
ville, Bamet, Kirby and Woods
ville with an éntry from each of
the first three towns for this week.
It. is possible that at an early date
Margaret Baron, 2.20 owned by
W. F. Reney of Woodsville will be
seen competing with the locai
horses.
Lyndonville Driving Club are ex
pecting to have their annual
Christmas matinee Monday, Dec-
ember 25 and have extended an in
vitation to the boys of the St.
Johnsbury organization to come up
and see how it is done. It was de
cided at the weekly meeting of the
locai club Wednesday night to re
turn the complement and so will
matinee on New Ycar's Day which
will give the boys from the 'Ville
a chancé to see some real stepping.
The matinee for this week is
called at 1 o'clock Saturday after
noon and it is expected that 10
horses will start classified as fol
lo ws:
Class A, pace Fred Haltoon, eh.
g, Burke; Leo Perrin, br g, Cor
riveau. Class B mixed Dawn, b g, Scul-
ly; lopal, b, g, McGinnis. j
Class C, pace Little Tcd, blk j
chg, Ingalls; Rex Jr., b g, Prue.
Class 1), Pace Frenchie II, b v
m, Johnson; Hallie S., b ni, Jay.
Class E, Trot Milk Boy, br g,
Fleming; Pat C, eh g, Cota.
Elks Team Defeat
Standard Oil
The Elks bowling team defeat
ed the Standard Oil team in a
dose match at the Barquin bowl
ing alleys Thursday night. Fol
lo wing is the score of the match:
ELKS
Burrows, )8 101 8G 285
Lynch, VI 101 83 275
Beattie, 85 12 87 2(54
Dean 105 82 84 271
Batchelder, !)4 7(i 170
Totals
Ramsey,
McLane,
! Smith,
i Ronan,
I Moore,
l
Totals
370 470 416 1265
STANDARD OIL
103
81
!)5
87
f8
77
85
80
101
83
79
84
82
81
284
237
264
24!
192
;;C6 441 400 1216
17
TOM?
Pracftcal 6tffe
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Two more days to do your Xmas shopping, tome in our store and you will find the best as
r. ""I . fifi... . r J!. ii . , i i . i ,
auiLUK-ut vi Liinsuna uuih uiat any in your xnenas wouia ai)preciate, ana Desiaes vou will nave
some enange leit to go nome witn.
Our Big Sale Stili Going On
.
Ladies Department
Coats, dresses, furs, waists, skirts, Bath Kobes,
silk petticoats, underwear, hosiery, gloves,
sweaters, band bags, vanity cases, siìk and avooI
scarfs, Toilet sets, handkerchiefs, bath towel
sets, fancy aprons, Doileys, bureau scarfs, Bou
doir caps, silk umbrellas, manicure sets. Lot of
small fancy articles to choose frani. Children's
coats, furs, dresses, hats, hosiery, scarf sets,
gloves, ribbons.
Men's Department
A big sale of Men's, Young Men's and Boys'
Overcoats.
Men's sheep linei! coats, sweaters, hats, caps,
gloves, hosiery, underwear, scarfs, umbrellas,
belts, neckties, shirts, handkerchiefs, manicure
sets, traveling cases, military l)rushes, suspend-ers.
GET THREE FOR FORGED
EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS
ASBURY, PARK, N, J. Dee. 22
A long search by federai agents
and private detectives who have
been flooding the country with
forged American railway express
money orders has been ended with
the arrest hcie of Guy N. Ranney
and the arrest in New Orelans of
James Watson and Walter R.
Molan, it was disclosed today.
Ranney said to be a New Yorker
was arrested several days ago but
his capture was kept secret until
the other alleged plotters were
taken into custody.
NATIONALS SIGN UP
LAVIN FOR OUTFIELD 1
BOSTON, iU,c. 22 The Boston i
Nationals today announced th:st '
tliey had signed as an outfielder j
Capt. H. K. Lavin of last year's '
Syracuse university nine. His i
home is in North Trov, N. Y.
CRIES OF BABY SAVED
PERSON FROM FIRE
SALEM, Mass., Dee. 22 Mrs.
Ellon Ring lost her life by as)liixi
ation by cscaping gas in a house
on Mason Street early today. Eight
other occupants were saved by
the.cries of a baby boy which
awakened bis partly overcome
father in time to arouse the motli-er.
Be Sure Christmas Comes From
Lurchin & Lurchin
In giving Chri.-tmas presents, it i;
al ways well to think what cITect
the name on the box will have on
the one receiving the present.
The name of Lurchin & Lurchin on
a jewelry box indicatcs to the re
cipiente 'that he or she has received
the best in jewelry.
Come in and look around and ak
questiona. We cheerfully invite
a compaii.-on of prices.
Lurchin & Lurchin
THE QUALITY JEWELERS
A d
Victor S
Now
pecials
In
Bailey's Music Rooms
AT
ON MARCHE
72 Railroad Street
. 'Jomorrow
- v Every Day
You are insured against scar- !
city or inedìciency of help if you
acquire the very simple habit of
going to the classified pagos ' of
this paner for a solution of your (
aimcuiues. .
Ilere can bc found every class
of help, from the humble chore :
boy to the eflicient business ex- !
ccutive the model parlor maid,
and the eoo'.: who know.-- how to
prepare the dishes "mother used
to make." t
Ilere Is An Insurance Policyj
I hat Tays Gcnerous Dividendi.
Read the Want Ads in the
CALEDONIAN-RECORD
Now Y ou Can Buy
Dining Roorn Furniture
1 Right ':
THE most iiitcrestinìciJng' aboi'it- -this Dining
Koom Furniture Occasion is not that you can buy
furniture at these niodest prices I)ù't the kind of
furniture you are really getting.
You are . getting excellent quality and work
manship. Every piece of this furniture is of
dependabìe construction; the lines are simple
r.nd artistic qualities that assurc a ijleasing ap
pearance and a lifetime of service.
Of course you ahvays want that in your Din
ing Iioom Furniture; you can't always get it at
these prices. Very rarely in fact. That's why
it is so advisable to buv now.
i ibCL'ii EJ.iV-f OtóaSJ nrif
Ilother In Ireland John MeCormack
Pack Up Your Sins
Crimoline Days Paul Whitèman Orchestra
Choo-Choo Blues
Kiss Marna, Kiss Papa The Virginians
Lone Lane
Away Down East In Maine
The Virginians and Miss Patricka Vocal
wiWlMW.w.iuitTitn,7r3Brry3cnro
afeall imi' k - fw, i
Stanley Furniture Co.

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