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St. Jofinsburv, Vermont
Thursday. September 5. 1918 HEARD DURING THEDAY News and Comments of the Town and County BrieSy Told ..for Caledonian Family Miss Elizabeth Blake is teaching I this year at Island Pond. Miss Florence Sealey of Bavquin In "Social Quicksands," a Metro All-Star Series picture which will be shown at the popular Globe Theatre today, the stars, Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne, are presented in most pleasing parts. Mr. Bushman plays Warren Dexter, a young man who believes he is a woman hater with particular dis like for society butterflies. Miss Bayne ia seen as Phyllis Lane, a 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 oneof the largest and most complete stocks to select from. & Sealey, milliners, have returned brilliant "butterfly," who wagers from the New York markets. that she can change his ideas. How Mr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Allen of she- wins her wager is revealed in Portsmouth, have been the euest of i scenes ot tnnllmg action m wnicn LEACH & WATERMAN Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Wilfore. Mis. B. C. Webb of Newport, was a business visitor in town Wednes day, . Henry C. Thoresen has just return ed from a few day's business trip to York Beach, Me. Miss Dorothy Scribner went Mon day to Lowell, Mass., to enter the Lowell Business College. J. J. Perowne of the Portsmouth Navy Yard was home a few days this week. Miss Maude Brown has returned from a vacation spent at the Maine beaches. John Davie, and son, Charles, who were visitors at Mrs. Helen Allison's over Sunday, returned to 'Concord, N. II., 'Monday. Mrs. Rov Eaton of Swanton is both of these favorite stars are very active. "Social Quicksands' fur nishes excellent screen entertain ment. Friday, the fhst official Red Cross feature, "Historic Fourth of July Parade in Paris." Mrs. Bernice Chandler left the first of the week for Boston, where she will spend a few weeks before sailing overseas to enter Red Cross work. SENDS $500 CHECK To- Pay for Violation of Food Reg ulation at St. Alban The Boston office of the A. & P. Tea company has sent to the office of the food administrator at Montpelier a check for $500, which is its contri 1 . 7 m . visitine- friends in town. Mr. and f bution to the Ked Cross as aresult ol Mrs. Eaton have recently moved to that place from Burlington. CONCORD Mi;-ss Viola S. May of- Boston visit ed her grandmother, Mrs. C. L. Stacy, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Grant spent the week end in St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Henry Stewart and sister, Ruth Williams, returned the first of the week from a visit to. relatives in Fairies. Austin Gilbert of Fairlee has been visiting in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wallace went to East Ryegate Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. George B. Wallace. 6 J 1 ilflSili The Story of Love and a Girl-Burglar Is Told In ms & A Five-Act Comedy Photodrama of ROMANCE AND ADVENTURE Starring AND Zfb fM ? & A son, Robert Clark Ingersoll, was born Saturday at the Frost Sanator ium to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Inger soll of Central street. Miss Ethel Perowne left Wednes day for Washington, D. C, where she j will enter the office of the chief of j the coast artillery as stenographer. Mrs. J. S. Weeks and Hattie Keed of Weeks & Reed, milliners, have re turned from Boston millinery mark ets. Edith Brown, -trimmer, is now in New York for the opening there. At the annual meeting of the Uni versalist convention of Vermont and the Province of Quebec, at Barre, recently, George C. Felch was elected vice-president. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Spaulding left Thursday for Portsmouth and Con cord, N. H., on an auto trip. Mr. and Mrs. John Montgomery will ac company them as far as Tilton, N. H. JUST A New Line Of 0 (m J Lilt: leceni uciae agaiiiat uic otuic m St. Albans. The check will be given to the Red Cross in Franklin county following out the decision of the food administration to give the penalties to the Red Cross in the locality in which the offense is committed. The. tea company has made its peace with the food office and made it plain to the administration that it is the com pany's intent to comply with all food regulations and that it has advised its managers in Vermont that they must conform to all regulations and that trouble henceforth will be con sidered as offenses against the agent of the company instead of the company. TO UNITE WAR FUNDS The Big Drive Will Begin Nov. 11 for Seven Societies Washington, Sept. 4 President Wilson has decided that the seven Tracy C. Buswell, a former St. recognized societies doing welfare H I Johnsbury resident, who is now in the freight traffic office of the B. & M. at Troy, N. Y., spent Labor day Mrs. Edmund P. eveoy tsayne The Allies Official War Review Vitagraph's New Serial "A FIGHT FOR MILLIONS" jj, tiiuii vC r;r;Xition Army, $3,500,000. fc" b i ner wnere uiey uttu uecu aneuuiug F 1 a meeting of the State board of mm THE FIRST OFFICIAL RED CROSS FEATURE "HISTORIC 4th OF JULY PARADE IN PARIS" J work amonf, the Amercan soldiers at home and overseas shall conduct a joint campaign for the funds neces sary to carry on their work during the coming year. The president's decision was com municated to Chairman Raymond D. with his sister, Hamilton. Mrs. Emilie P. Eastman, who has atives in Danville, is the guest 0tj 01 WMS tuIuul "- Ui "?" Miss Martha J. Hall. Mrs. Eastman mg camp activity, who m making expects to return to Wellesley,ipublic the president s letter tonight Mass., Friday, where she is matron1 announced that the campaign would of one of the Wellesley College d& conaucieu uurmg me we ugm- houses. Edward J. McGinnis, who came here from Barre early in the summer to work at the scale factory and manage ine r airoiums- um ream, uaa Deen called in tne araii ana was one fit' iho P.P. hnvs who left MontDC- -l4 " .7 " - i'jJ.lier for Camp Devens Wednesday ning Nov. 11, and that the American people would be asked to give $170, 500,000 to the organizations. The budget ie divided as follows: Y. M. C. A., $100,000,000; Y. W, C. A., $15,000100; National Catholic - War Council (in'cluding work of Knights of Columbus and special war activities of women), $30,000,000; Jewish Welfare Board.J aiiu quanta, uuui9 "V'' T l$S,500,000; American Library Asso were iitut; x miui t nine luuioua morning. JJotn were returning w ciation, $3,-r00,000; War Camp Com- their respective homes from Montpe-1. . ' Including Scotch Madras, English Nets, Scotch Grenadines, Etc. . Prices 4:0c to $2.00 per yd. Call And See Our Quiltdown or -Lining Comfortables THE BERRY-BALL DRY GOODS CO EAST BURKE I , : charities and probation of which they pw3i ! are members. pa are members. All the tickets have een sold to the Commercial Club banquet at the Avenue House tonight which is a complimentary affair to i C. Brooks ot the Fairbanks scale company, me m THREW CHIMNEY AT WIFE Island Pond "Man Will Go to House of Correction for 10 Months Montpelier, Sept. '4 W. H. Jeffrey has taken to the house of correction Rutland Bert Ladd of Island Mrs. Emma Guyette of Lyndon was a recent visitor of her daughter, Mrs. Louis Sentarbar. Elgin Gates of Danville visited his cousins, Mrs. John Keach, Mrs. Wes ley Dee and John Drown last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cheney and three children spent a part of last week at St. Johnsbury Center with Mr. and Mis. Harry Wheeler. Miss Carrie Patterson of Quebec, is visiting - at Frank McGills's and James Gallagher's. James Ncagle is visiting relatives in Northampton this week. Frank Humphrey of St. Johnsbury was a caller in town Saturday even ing. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith and. sister, Miss Lillian Smith of Meth sun, Mass., visited their1 aunt, Mrs., Clara Counter, recently. i Mr. and Mrs. Peter Boutar from Sutton, P. Q., have been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sentarbar. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Joslyn from Littleton, N. H., are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dee were Sunday visitors of Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Sturtevant at Lyndon. f Mr. and Mrs. Harry Colby and daughter, Dorothy, of Lyndonville, and .son, Cleon Colby, from Ohio, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Colby. Frank Temple has purchased the late T. B. Piatt farm of Wilbur Rex-ford. Miss Anna Belden is home from her work ir. Laconia, N. II., for a two weeks vacation. I Mrs. Percis Amidon and daughter, Ethel, of St. Johnsbury, are visiting her niecfi and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Perley Harris. t 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 32.50, 3.00, 3.SO per pair The same size in High Cut Black Leather, Lace only at $3.00, 3.50 and 4.00 Children's, Misses and Groving Girls Dark Brown High Cut Lace Boots, Sizes as above at $3.SO, 4.00 and 4-.SO per pair Boys and Yonths' Walton Black Leather Lace Shoes, with Leather or Fibre Soles and Heels, $3.00 and 3,50 i iKaf fn V Iran "' n 1 1 ,TMiiTiifrri'--rHVir tt i runn WHERE SHOES ARE FITTED Pond, who will serve ten months in that place as a result of his convic tion in Island Pond on the charge of abuse of his family. It is claim ed that Ladd threw a hot lamp chim ney at his wife one day last week, also burning her shoulders. When her father tried to remove the hot glass from the woman Ladd pre vented him and went to the shed, re turning with an axe to make effec tive! threat. McINDOES supper will be served at 7.30, instead of 6.30 as first announced, and be sides Mr. Brooks, Judge Wendell P. Stafford will deliver his new address "A Look Ahead." Rev. Charles E. Purdy, Mrs. Pur dy, their daughter Frances and son James, called on their cousias, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Farrell, Tuesday af ternoon. Dr. Purdy is rector of St. Thomas' Episcopal church, Bath, N. Y. They have spent a month on an auto trip through Canada and New England and are on their way home. A limited amount of sugar for canning and preserving can now be secured by applying to the local food 'administrator. Applications must be made by the head of the house hold or institution: Any who have already had an allowance will not be permitted to secure more and should not apply. Your grocer is not per-, mitted to sell without a certificate presented by the purchaser, and jsuch certificate can only be obtained (by personal application. ! Manager Merrill, of the New Eng-1 jland Telephone company has re jceived from the postmaster-general ja statement relative to the change in installation of telephones, which is known as readiness to serve, in which, when a telephone is installed, the party pays $5 a year on a rental, of $2 a month, $10 a year on a rental of from 2 to $4 a month, and $15 a year on a rental above $4 a month. Changes in telephones in a house will be made at actual cost. Tirf fans from St. Johnsbury have been attending the grand circuit races the past week. D. D. Bean, Ar thur E. Smith, Harry M. Day, ac-i companied by E. J. White and F.FOR CASH Hard and soft wood The academy opened Tuesday with 43 scholars and more to enter the second week. J. V. Sturtevant, B. A., of Burlington, returns as princi pal for the second year and Miss Viola Jackson of liadcliffe college as assistant A reception will be held at the hall Friday and everyone is invited to attend. Mrs. Ellen Bedell and Mrs. Arthur Brown are visiting relatives and friends in town. Mrs. Martha Moore and Miss Moore visited at Comer Moore's in Peacham last week. Bertha Placey and Samantha Roy are boarding at John Martin's and attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich have re turned ' from a two weeks' vacation at Revere Beach. . "TOO EATK TO CLASSIFY LOST Thermos bottle between St. Peter's blacksmith shop on Eastern Ave and Prospect street. Mrs. W. J. Holloway. Leave at the fire sta tion. 58 tf, o. vi mtuici ui uattuu, caw uue world's four-year-old record for fillies broken at the Readville track. They made the trip in Mr. Day's car. Fred 3. Harriman and George C. Wilkie went by automobile to Hartford to see the races on that track early this week. slabs 16 inches and 4 feet delivered. Also 1 pair of harness, a sidky plow. Telephone 74-41. . 1 58 tf FOR SALE A parlor stove. Can burn chunks or coal, also kitchen stove. Elmer Carr, 2 Prospect St. BARNET EAST BARNET Mrs. Delia Jewell, Mrs. Charles Tijton, Mrs. Charles Eliot and Stew art Eliot visited Mrs. Miller at St. Johnsbury, Wednesday. Lieut. E. F. Moore of Camp Dev ens, s spending a short furlough at his home. Miss Hazel Kay of Barnet visited her sister, Delia Kay, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Lindsay, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lindsay and Lieut, and Mrs. E. F. Moore motored to Campton, N. II., and the ' White Mountains, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Frazer visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moore, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Muiray Lindsay and son, Orville, of Lakeport, N. H., are visiting at F. A." Lindsay's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cowles and family, who have been visiting at Mrs. Ada Whitney's, have returned to their home in Lyndonville. Miss Virginia Elliott has gone to Readsboro, where she is engaged to teach in the public schools. Franklin Dow and sister, Laura, who have been visiting friends in Bradford, returned home, Monday. Miss Hazel Kay has engaged to teach one of the village schools in Monroe, N. H. Miss Kay taught this school last term. A party of young people went to Lake Morey Labor Day. Mrs. Francis Goodale has returned from St. Johnsbury where she has been visiting her daughter. The many friends of Mrs. Ella Ma son will be sorry to learn of her ill ness. Mrs. Annie Sargent is caring for her. - Oscar Brown planted a crop of sorghum or a variety of corn from which sorghum syrup is made. The corn grew very well and was about ready to be garnered when some cows got in and destroyed it. This was a disappointment to a good many peo ple as well as Mr. Brown, who was anxiously watching the, results of his experiment. Mr. Brown had his pjans all made for exterminating the juice and making the syrup. Another experiment in the process was an at tempt to raise sugar beets which at this writing are doing well. Mr. Brown is 90 years old and does all of his own gardening and in this en terprise he shows his energy and ambition in trying to prove whether sugar can be produced in Vermont from any other source than the maple tree. The young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilfillan of Mystic, Ct., who are visiting at the home of Wal ter Johnson, who has been very ill, is reported better. Mrs. Stebbins, pother of Mrs. E. D. Smith, who has been ill for so long, is reported as very low. Mrs. Julia Sheridan and boys, who have been spending the month of August at the home of Mft. Francis Goodale, returned to their home in Nashua, N. H., Wednesday. Miss Mildred Hall is teaching in the village school in Mclndoes. Mrs. Robert, Hazelton attended the Chautauqua at Danville, Tuesday. ; Mrs. Charlotte Dow, Franklin arid Laura Dow, were in Lyndon Tuesday making arrangements for Laura to enter Lyndon Institute. THE DRAFT AT PORTO RICO The Second Draft of 15,000 Soldiers Now Being Made i San Juan, Porto Rico, Sept. 4 Registered men from whom the sec, ond draft of 15,000 soldiers will be made in September now are appear ing before the local boards for ex amination. 4 Caledonian Want Ads Pay DANCE At Leclerc'fc Hall MUSIC BY HiiFs Novelty Orchestra NOTICE Tire Vulcanizing and all kinds of Tube Vulcaniz ing. AUTO ACCESSORIES All Work Guaranteed General Line of Plumb ing and Steam Fitting G. F. Chamberlain Tel. 85 Portland St. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY TO RENT A downstairs tenement. Tel. 201-1, St. Johnsbury. 58 t f 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 II. Dolloff, Secretary Haswell Royaf Arch Chapter, No. 1 1 Stated Convocation Friday even ing, Sept. 20, at 7.30. Birney L. Hall, E. H. P. F. G. Moore, Secretary Palestine Commandery, No. 5, K. T. Stated Conclave, Tuesday evening, Sept. 17. Z. S. Waterman, E. C. Earl D. Eans, Recorder RANDALL'S DEPARTMENT STORE THREE DAY SALE Thursday, Friday and Saturday FRENCH GRAY ENAMEL WARE $1.00 values for 59c ..each? No. 9 Oval Dish Pans Special 59 c 14 qt. Rinsing Pans Special 59c No. 64 Sink Dish Pans . ( Special 59c 8 qt. Preserving Kettles 59c 7 J2 qt. Lipped Sauce Pans 59c No. 4 3 qt. Covered Berlin Kettle 59c 3 Piece Mixing Bowl Sets 59c 10 qt. Seamless Waiter Pails 59c 18lnu Oval Foot Tubs 59c Each and every item mentioned above is a dollar value today Soon you will not be able to buy Enamel Ware at any price COAL HODS Heavy Japanned Coal Hods Galvanized Coal Hods 45c 65c, 75c, and 89c E. N. Randall & Co.