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St. ofmsburv, Vermont"
Wednesday September 4, 1918 Practically our complete stock of FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE is here and ready for your inspec tion whether it is the ready made article or material by the yard you will find one of the largest and most complete stocks to select from. HEARD DURING THEDAY News and Comments of the Town and County Briefly Told for Caledonian Family two LEACH & WATERMAN -J LYNDON Mrs. E. W. Sturtevant has gone, to Hartland to remain a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Arkley are taking an automobile trip to Norway, Me., and other points this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Young are rejoicing over the arrival Saturday, August 31, of a ten pound boy named George Edward. Frank Spaulding of Lisbon, N. II., is here assisting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Snclling, as they are moving from East Lyndon to a tene ment in Mrs. Erne Houghton's house Mrs. Ernest Burt of West Medford,! months, arrived home Monday night. Mass., returned home Monday after spending a few days with her friends here. Mr. Pettingill and Miss Florence Wood of Roslindale, Mass., visited at Scott Farnum's Saturday and Sun day. Miss Lucia Grant, who is a sten ographer in New Yoik, is spending a two week's vacation with her moth er, Mrs. Eliza Grant. Mrs. Clara Newell, who has been staying with her son, Frcd Ains worth, at Reading, Mass., and with other relatives f or three or four I 14 4 ' ' ' today 1 if WWIIMIIIIIIWII I IIIH IW Til-"MITT I 1 " ' $3 m GOLDWYN Presents: THE RAINBOW GIRL OF THE SCREEN IN 1 The Allies Official War Review SCREEN TELEGRAM A STRAND COMEDY Walton All Solid Leather School Shoes For Boys And Girls We have a complete line of "Walton's" Fall School Shoes made from All Solid Leather. Children's, Misses' and Growing Girls Regular Height Button or Lace Boots, Sizes 9 to 11 1-2, 12 to 2 1-2 and 3 to 7 at $2.50, 3.00, 3.SO per pair The same size in High Cut Black Leather, Lace only at $3.00, 3.SO and 4.00 Child ren's, Misses and Growing Girls Dark Brown High Cut Lace Boots, Sizes as above at $3.SO, 4t.OO and 4SO per pair Boys' and Yonths' Walton Black Leather Lace Shoes, with Leather or Fibre Soles and Heels, $3.00 and 3,50 Mrs. Charles Marshall and daughters of West Burke, were guests of Mrs. J. C. Taylor, Monday. T. W. R. Aldrich lias moved his family from Arlington to a house on Harvey street. Joe llenault" went Saturday tt Sherbrooke to visit his brother'. Mrs. H. L. Knapp went to Tilton, N. H- Saturday to visit her daugh ter and will later go to Providence. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jackson and son of Quincy spent the week end with relatives and returned home Tuesday. Mrs. D. W. Fales and daughter, Beatrice, spent Monday in Wolcott. Mrs. Emily Towel of Lakeport, who has been visiting friends here for a few days, has gone to Concord to visit her daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Vachon. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Page and ftlr. and Mrs. Royce Page went Monday to Lawrence, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. John Henault have moved from St. Mary's street to 115 Railroad street. Grace Bragley of Pattonville, N. H., is visiting her uncle D. W., Fales. Mrs. Edward Dunn and son of Cabot visited friends in town over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hornet went Wednesday to Peekskill, N. Y., ac companied by Mr. and Mrs. Tabor of Montpelier. I Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith and Miss i Clarice Metcalf motored to Barton Monday. Mrs. T. H. Lyster returned Tuesday from Old Orhcard where she has been spending a few months. Mr. and Mrs. George Barrett spent .Monday in the White Mountains. M r. and Mrs. Harold Gage and daughter of Lowell,' Mass., are vis iting Miss Minnie Hurlburt. Arthur Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bennett of Cliff street, has joined the Canadian Engineers, and is at London, Ont. j Oliver J. Hastings of Barnet and Miss Irene G. eKlley of Essex N. Y.,J were married at the home of Rev. Gcorg A. Martin Saturday evening at eight o'clock. Elvord .Davie of Concord, N, H., who has been visiting his grand mother, Mrs. Jeanette Davie, has re turned to his home. Clarence Gerry and Mrs. Mary Tvvohey were married by the Rev. G. A. Martin Saturday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisk. Miss Gladys F. Hatch of Danville and Floyd B. Fairbanks of Brandon spent several days last week' with Mr. and Mrs. Ben . H. Moore in North Walden. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Miller and son, Ralph and nephew Master Hen ry Parks returned Monday from a week's stay at Joe's Pond. miss ijettie Jay is visiting ner sis ter Mrs. Lee Noyes at Stanstead. Mrs. John W. Tinker has been called to Windsor by the serious ill ness of her daughter Mrs. Thomas ! Davidson. Major Tinker, of Spar-j tanburg, S. C, is also there and Mrs. Davidson's condition is slightly improved. Mrs. Herbert A. Wilcox and son, Bernard, returned Monday from a week's isit with Mrs. Corey at New port and have taken rooms for the present with Mrs. C. Sherman Cal derwood on Pearl street. Mrs. George Hanscomb, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Susan Hill, has returned to her home in Boston. Miss Viola May, who has a posi tion in the office of the Christian Sci ence Monitor at Boston, spent the holiday in St. Johnsbury "with her mother, Mrs. Maude May, Selim D. Peabody, who has been in the officers training school at Camp Gordon, Va., has been enjoy ing a short furlough at his St. Johns bury home. He was among nine Ver mont boys at Camp Gordon who have just been named Second Lieu tenants and his many friends ex tend congratulations. , - A limited amount of sugar forJ canning and preserving can now be secured by applying to the local food administrator. Applications must jbe made by the head of the house ! hold or institution. Any who have i already had an allowance will not be j permitted to secure more and should J not apply. Your grocer is not per Imitted to sell without a certificate j presented by the purchaser, and isuch certificate can only be obtained by personal application. Miss Sarah G. Brigham is having a vacation from her work as stenog rapher in the law office of Guy W. j Hill and is visiting relatves in Bos-1 ton, Montpelier and Newport. The second "Baby Census" will be held at the Woman's Clubhouse Thursday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock and again Friday afternoon at the same hours,. Mothers are re quested to bring their children un Mr. and Mrs. Guy W. Hill have returned home after spending -ten days at Joe's Pond, the guests of Mr. andp Mrs Henry Beck, at the Pioneer cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Ray H. Estabrooks returned to New York City oh Mon day after spending the week end with his parents. Warren L. Estabrooks and family of New York City are at home for a few days. Mrs. Roscoe Fairbanks Potts of New York City is spending several weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Estabrooks. Miss Louise Champany has re turned from her vacation spent at Laconia, N. H., and is now employed at the Quality Restaurant. The many friends of T. II. Under wood, who has been at Brightlook hospital for the paat seven weeks, are pleased to know that he has re turned to his home. - A farewell reception was tendered Rev. A. J. LeVeer at St. Agnes' hal Sunday night .which was largely at tended by his many friends. The St. Gabriel school band and an orches tra furnished music for the occasion and Rev. E. C. Drouhin had general charge of the program. Addresses were given by Judge Harland B. Howe and James Cosgrove after which Dr. C. A. Prevost presented Fr LeVeer with a substantial sum of money from his friends. The latter responded very feeliingly. speaking both in French and English, Fr. LeVeer has been assistant priest at the Notre Dame des Victories church for several years and has been appointed a chaplain in the Unitel States army with rani: of lieutenant. He left Tuesday morn-1 mg tor rioboken, JN. J., and expects soon to go overseas. Mrs. A. L. i Bailey, county chair man "of the Clouncil of Defense for Child Welfare' committee, address ed the Citizens League at Lyndon ville, Tuesday evening. "Daddy LongvLegs" at the Colo nial Theatre on next Monday night, on the famous "Daddy Long-Legs" letters by Jean Webster and has been enormously successful for four seasons on tne roaa. 'l'ew oi us will admit that we believe in fairies and yet many of us like to dream hat a fairy, in some guise, will come to deliver us from our present day hum-drum existence. So that, after all, it is no strain of the imagination when "Judy, ' the heroine of the story, is abruptly transferred from her duties as a drudge in the orphan asylum to an atmosphere of happi ness and love, and all the things that she dreamed of. Now for iisine: and we are ready with a FULL STOCK EVERY DE PARTMENT Our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Stock is complete Z51 ERRY-BALL DRY GOODS CO. More captivating than in "The Venus Model' 'is the. prediction made by Goldwyn for Mabel Normand when she appears at the Globe Theatre in her new play, "Back to the Woods." The decidedly different little ac tress goes . on gathering legions of new admirers, ad the old ones never leave her. She is easily the most remarkable star of polite comedy to be seen today. What is more," Mabel Normand never disappoints. No matter what the vehicle, she is al ways a star in her own right. Gay, sparkling and very beautiful, her wonderful eyes and sure sense of comedy make any production in which she appears a sure-fire attrac tion. The Rector's Aid Society will meet in the parish room Thursday afternoon at 2.80 o'clock. A good attendance is desired to commence the fall work. Thomas N. Shufelt of Boston is visiting here for a few days and receiving a warm welcome Irom a host of old friends. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED Man to care for cows,' milk some and run a mechanical milker, and do general work. Wages $50.00 to $60.00 per month and maintenance, if married can give wife employment, housework, wages $30.00 to $35.00 per month and main tenance. Box 708, Lawrence, Mass, 51-58 i uiiti iwitc- vejrw WHERE SHOES ARE FSTTED WANTED Person for genera housework in small family. Good wages. Apply at 14 Park street. 57 61. FOR SALE Crab apples for making jelly at 35 cents a peck. Eleanor and Laura Stone. Tel. 586, St. Johnsbury 57-59 pd. MASONIC NOTICES Passumpsic Lodge, No. 27, F. & A. M. Called communication, Thursday, Sept. 5, to work the F. C. degree, at the Masonic Temple at 7.30 p. m Regular communication Thursday, the 19th of September, at 7.30 p. m Masonic Temple. Visiting brethren welcome. Orville N. Pinney, W. M. Fred H. Dolloff, Secretary Haswell Royal Arch Chapter, No. 11 Stated Convocation Friday even- der five years of age to be weighed ing Sept. 20, at 7.30. Jiirney Li. nan, u. a-. tr and measured Miss Ella M. Brownell, the accom plished teacher of music at our pub lic schools and Academy, will not re turn to her work but has accepted a position to travel for the Victor talking machine. Her successor has not yet been chosen. F. G. Moore, Secretary Palestine Commandery, No. 5, K. T Stated-Conclave, Tuesday evening, Sept. 17. Z. Sr Waterman, E. C Earl D. Evans, Recorder ORLEANS Mr. and Mrs. Friday and son, Dur- ant, of Amsterdam, N. Y., came on Thcrsday to visit their sister, Mrs. Carroll Jenkins. They were accom panied by their father, Mr. Pagel, md brother, Charles Pagel. They eturned on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Nye and iaughter, Eleanor, came last week :o visit their mother, Mrs. Mac Richardson. Mr Nye has fin- shed his work in Charleston and went Saturday to Manchester to work for the Mohecan Co., who op- orate a chain of meat markets. Elmer Hilliard of Camp Devens ;pent the week-end at his home. Roger Wright of Barton spent "ome time last week with his father,. F. H. Wright. N. L. Stimpson and his daughter, Mrs. Myrtie Perley, will spend the winter in Greensboro, Maryland, and left town cn Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Grow of Brownington have rented the apart ment in the N. L. Stimpsort house vacated by him. f Mrs. Arthur Sargent has been visit ing friends' in North Troy and re turned home on Saturday. Mises Anna and Marion Corley will teach in Londonderry the com ing year and left for their new work on Friday. Prof. Arthur Wiggin of London- jerry left for his field of labor as School supervisor on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Mathews re turned on Friday from a pleasant ciip to Ithaca, N. Y., to visit their jon, Sergeant O. Dean Mathews. Miss Hazel Harris returned on Monday night to Washington, D. C., where she has been in the employ of the government since last January. Mrs. Marcia Gay Parker returned on Saturday to Washington, D. C, lfter spending her vacation with re 'atives in Barton and Orlenas. Mrs. Parker is employed in the War Risk Insurance Department. Mrs. L. E. Spafford and Miss Doris Spafford attended the Leonard Bick ford wedding in Glover on Sunday afternoon. MARRIED AT GLOVER Leonard Bickford and Harriet Leon ard Married Sunday Glover, Vt., Sept. 1, 1918 (Special to The Caledonian) A happy culmination of a romance dating back several years took place Sunday afternoon when - Harriet Leonard became the wife of Howard Leonard Bickford at the Leonard homestead that has been the home of her ancestors for 99 years. A perfect summer day never dawned for a more beautiful bride than Har riet as she stood beside the man of heil choice gowned in her wedding dress of white satin and georgette crepe hand-embroidered carrying a shower bouquet of white roses and wisteria surrounded by the near re latives and close friends of them both in the home of which she and her family are so fond. Simplicity and exquisite taste graced the oc casion, working in perfect harmony with the high ideals cherished by the young lives thus joined together. Sweet peas and maiden hair ferns furnished the, decorations in every room. The wedding gifts were many con sisting of Liberty bonds, War Sav ing Stamps, gold pieces of different denominations, cut glass, silver and linen. The groom's sister, Miss Marion Bickford, sang "O Heart ot Mine," as a fitting preludte to the wedding march. The double ring service was used, and the officiating clergyman, the Rev. John Manter, of Ashland, N. II., being from out of the state, the words making them man and wife were said by Justice A. P. Bean, an uncle of the bride's father. Following the ceremony a dainty collation consisting of ice cream, cake and punch was served by the j Misses Amy Blodgett and Cleminai Seaver, after which the party as sembled in the yard for Mr. Leonard take snap shots of the group. As the bride disappeared up stairs she threw her bouquet and it was caught by Miss Sadie Wilson. Plenty of confetti was at hand and a guard stationed at each door but the pan try window proved to be a better means of exit for the vanishing pair as they flew across the foot bridge to the automobile in waiting just be yond. After a few days at the Cheney cottage at Lake Willoughby Mr. Bickford will return to Camp Dev ens for further service in the Depart ment of Utilities and his wife will teach the coming year in fie Domes tic Science Department cf Lyndon Institute. Mrs. Bickford is a gra mate' t of Cambridge, Massif High school and Simmons College. She is the daugh ter of Williard C, and Kate Owen Leonard. Her grandparents, the late Judge Owen and wife and Mr. and Mrs. Chaplin Leonard were vell known residents of Glover for many years. Mr Bickford is the son of E. D. and Sophronia Cheney Bickford of Waltham, Mass. He was attending the State Agricultural College at Randolph, Vt., before his entry into the army. The names of the guests arc a follows: Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Bick ford and Miss Marion Bickford of Waltham, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Hay den Whitney, their three sons, Mrs. Patrick and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Whit ney of Concord, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dodge of Amherst, N. H., Mr. and Mrs. Royden Cheney of Spring field, Mass., Dr. Ozora Davis of Chic ago, Mrs. Maude Owen Mason and son, Clarence, of Middlebury, Mrs. Ella 1 Bickford Perkins and two daughters, the Misses Mildred and Laura, of Medford, Mass., Mrs. Ed ith Dwinell of Lyndonvillc, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rouseau and daughter, Emily, of Grand Isle, the Misses Clemma Seaver and Hazel McLellan of Barton, Mrs. L. E. Spafford and daughter, Miss Doris Spafford, of Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bean, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Bean, the Misses Bessie and Amy Blodgett, Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Rich, Adelbert Leland, Miss Sadie Wilson, Miss Marjorie Bean, Miss Dale Wolcott, Miss Alice Dexter, Miss ' Eunice Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Grey, Clifton Drew, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson, Mrs. Frank Phillips and son, Harry Phil lips, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Simpson all of Glover. STANNARD Mrs. Lillian Blodgett received a letter from her son, Trevor, dated, July 21, saying that he had arrived bovcrseas and wished to be remember ed to all his friends. He is in the 76th division recently sent from Camp Devens. f Mrs. Clarence Bates ol bprmgneia, 7 ir ' . .... -i f .1 . Mass., is visiting ner Droincr, namer Shepherd. Caledonian Want Ads Pay mmm ft. The Comforts of a Pipe or any other medium in the smoking line can be found in our new stock of Smokers' Sundries Anything and everything a smoker's heart delights in is duly represented in this store.. Look over this store and when you find what you want, you'll also find that the price will suit you to a T. BROWN'S CIGAR STORE 49 Main St. RANDALL'S DEPARTMENT STORE School Supplies Lcatheroid Lunch Boxes Tin Lunch Boxes Folding Tin Lunch Boxes School Bags School Cases Slates Crayons 15c, 19c, and 25 c 49c 59c each 15c 59c and 89c 10c each 5c and 10c each Tablets, Composition Books, etc., at .lowest prices STONE JARS AND BEAN POTS Get your supply While we I t r T'U a JXdVC X llblll MOUSTACHE CUPS AND SAUCERS This is something we haven't had for nearly two years. By an unheard of purchase we have received a few. Crockery Never have we been so well supplied in every line of crockery at lovest market price. E. N. Randall & Co.