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Evening Caledonian Established 1837 EX-PRESIDENT TAFT'S SON YALE HONOR MAN ens THURSDAY.'JULY 24, 1919 LOCAL NEWS THE EVENING CALEDONIAN, TIIUKSDAY, JULY 24, 1919 K7?!) ' M Shoes Don't delay buying your Fall and Wintei rc quirements. AH indications points to big advanccs when the season opcns up. No advance as vet in our complete lino of Work Shoes. Buy now while the prices are right. Priccs Black and Tan, $2.75, $3.50, $3.95, $4.65 and $5.45 National Array Shoes, Munson Last (like illus tration) . I Price $5.65 Nolin Bros. Cash Shoe Store We do Cleansing and Pressing Flor de MELBA The Cigar Supreme At ihe nrif-p Fi. or nF. MKI.RA is jbetter.bigger and more pleasing man any mua navana cigar. Corona or IfìC Selectos sizeIJ Otheh Siiks DlFFERENT PRICES your lavorile sie. aupply you.write us. ì. LEWIS CIGAR MFG CO Newark.N.J. Largesl Jndependent Cigar Factory in the World, Ask your dealer for your favorite 1( your dealer can't supply you.wri Carter's little liver Fills You Cannot be A Remedy That Constipated and Happy Small Pili Small Dote ' Small Prlca ÌCARTER'sf Makes Life Worth Livinff Genuine bear signature Q ABBsaSl,tlrrnafor fARTER'S IRON PILLS many colorlesa faces but will greatly belp most pale -face d peoplo I JaaaaajaBHaKcaaasBnasBannanKnBa! Mrs. L. J. Stickney is spnding her vacation in Portsmouth, N. H. Mrs. A. J. Corriveau of Lyndon ville was here on business Thursday. Mrs Frank Tetreault visited in Richford rcccntly. Miss Lena Proulx is visiting in Derby Line and Rock Island. E. P. Tabór of Worcester, Mass., is here visiting his sister, Mrs. Jo sephine Bowles. Mrs. Charles Foster ad Mr. and Mrs. Ace Huntcr were in town Wed nesday from East Burke. Thomas Provost has returned from a week's visit to relatives in Worces ter, Mass. Raymond Provost of Worcester, Mass., is here visiting relatives and friends for some timc. Mr. and Mrs. Thcode Rivard and son, George, are visiting in Ashland, N. H. The Union Transfer Auto Bus will not run on Friday becau.se repairs are to be nuulc to the car. adv Mr. and Mrs. Ephriam Chociuette of Orleans visited relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dickinson bave gone to aCnuda for a few day's visit. David Marowitz is at Charles Drew's at North Danville working during his vacation. Word has been receivcd by Mr. and Mrs. James Burns of the arrivai in New York from overscas' scrvice, , of t'.ieir son, Corp. Chester R. Burns. i Mrs. L. B. Hadley and granddaugh i ter, Nathalie Stickney, are s)cnding ! the week in Woodsvillc, N. H. From therc they will go to Je(Tersin, N. II. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Cross of No. 10 Church Street left today for their annual vacation at Old Orehard Beach, Maine. They will reniain fo some timc. Clarcnce Wheelock who has return ed from overscas, and receivcd his discharge, i.s here visiting his sister's, Mrs. Harry Brown and Mrs. James Logan. The members of the Grace Unity Club and the Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist church will hold a lawn party at t'.ie home of Mrs. Her bert Lougee, l'leasant strect, Arling ton, on Friday, from 5 to 8 o'clock. A picnic supper will be served by the hostesscs. pi -e il Charles Tilft, son of formcr Presi dent'W. II. Tuff, nUcnded tlic com niPiiceinont f'XciTiscs at Yale. Ile was 1918 Iunior man. THEIR "LiFE" BELTS L8ADED VV1TH EOOZE Low Telephone Rates After 8.30 P. M. Telephone traflic bcp;ins to slow down about tliis time in the evening, and the toll lines are not so heavily in use. For this rcason there are lower rates for calls between 8.30 P. M. and '4.30 A. M., IF MADE FOU ANYONE AT A TELE PHONE ADDRESS AND NOT FOR A PARTICULAR PER SON. . fi This service shonld be particularly attractivc to persons desiring to make social calls, or to business men away from home who wish to talk with their familics. To points more than 75 miles away the rate is 50 per cent less on calls macie between 8.30 P. M. and midnighl. There are lesser reductions for shorter distances; to points within 32 miles the evening rate is the sanie as the day rate. Between midnight and 4.30 A. M: the night rate on calls for anyone is about one-fourth the day rate. Quicker service will be obtained if you cali the telephone number desired. If you do not know the number, the toll opcrator will get it for you. Illustrative Comparisons in Cost for Calls to Points from 75 to 300 Miles Away. Bulky Figures of Two Young Women Aroused Suspicion cf Policeman. Thelr unnsinil iipponfiinco, wliìoli !n (licnted (Imi they limi prnwn won iliTfi'.lly lnMviilr(hi;ol silici, tlicy left the city llii !;iy licfuro. iittntctetì the iittcntlun of I'ntri)lmin Mclntosli of the city polire (lcpnrtnn'iit to two young women of Chiirlcston. W. Va., as they stopperò from a pnssomror tritili si t the lumi station. Tito pfilioonian was stis pioious tlmt the two womon litui a lot of liquor in their possosslon, timi ho sent thotn to police hoiidiiuarters for invostigtitioii. Chlof Chiirnook ordorod tlmt tlie v.-oinon ho sotircliod ut the Contrtil sttt tion, and tltoy wore l'olimi fo bave n lu titi of 17',-i pints of liquor on their porsuns. Tlio womon litui Ufo liolts of boti tieking, with pockots, oacli largo onougli to hold ti pint hot tic The liolts woro Ktrapiiod unitimi thowtiists, with bartds riiiuilng over the shoul ilors. Tho womon woro liold under bomls of $."i(M) oiich for lltoir tipposirtuicc lu foro the grumi jury. They furnished the bonds. SEEKS NEW PR0FESSI0N Station-to-Station Person-to-Person 8:30 P. M. to Midnight Calls Calls Midnight to 4:30 am. (For "Anyone") (Designated Person) (For "Anyone") (For "Anyone' $ .50 $ .60 $ .25 ? .25 .75 .90 .40 .25 1.00 . 1.25 .50 -- .25 1.25 1.55 .65 .35 1.50 1.85 .75 .40 1.75 2.15 .90 .45 2.00 2.50 1.00 .50 Man Has Tried Many and Is Stili Undecided. Maybe this imi ti is Ilio originai J:ick-of-ttll-triidos. If ho isn't, those who know bis Ktory agree that he's a doso socond. With a puzzlod look in bis eye he strollod luto the Stili Francisco Y. M. C. A. and fiought Prof. W. M. Proctor of Strattoni, who givos froo vocation al iidvioe to disohiirgod soldiors and sallors. And boro is whttt ho said : "I attcndod a oollogo east up to throe mi uit lis of griuliititioti tinto. Thon I docided that a degroo Witsti't of any particular vulue, so I loft. I went ia to a business sehool nnd bocttttto nn nccountant. But I didn't like tuvoutit nncy nnd I entorod I;tw sehool. "A few niotit hs liefore 1 woulil linvo been graduateti I docided that I was not mudo to be a luwyor, so I loft nnd starteli studying stilosnitinship. "After selling for a timo, I docided I'd rather be a dontlst. One year in dentai college wns ali I could stand. Now I want to got info some now oc cupation that will give me a chance to satisfy my inclinution toward idenl- istic philosophy. The professor ndvised hlm to cnl tlvnte a liklng for one oecupation he hnd followod and devolop bis philo sophicnl interosts ns nn nvocation. "But I don't know which of my near professions to culttvate," said the man, shaking his head. Fortune From Small Capital. Six years ago Harry Druxman went to Aberdeen, Wash., with a cnpital of ! $35. B.v diligent efforts he acquirod two genpral furniture stores. Today I he has $25,000 in the btink, luiving sold ; the stores, lives in a fine house on a billside nnd i.s devotlng bis time to building n new tempie for the Moose lodge, In which he isactive. A fair re turn on money, sny locai bankers, wio bave watched Druxman's efforts. NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY C. E. MERRILL, Manager Ultimate In Gloom. , Hook "Oldboy ls the most ruelnn choly fellow I know." Crook "You're right. Ile proposed to a girl once by iisking her how she would like to be tome bis widow." London Tit-Bits. f WANT ADSPAY Take a Raiocoat with you it will protect your clothing from bad weather. Sfe epIinèGo, . Taplin, Prop. On The Hill LYNDON VILLE Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Campbell from Wcllcslcy, Mass., were in town Tues day calling on old friends. Mrs. Clara Beau is at Biightlook hospital for an operation for appen dicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sherburne have returned from an auto trip visit ing ;tt Bradford and Barre. Doris Hovey is at Newport visiting relatives. Mrs. G. M .Campbell and her three grundchildrcn, Eunice Silsby of thi: place, Kenneth and Katherine Rice of Springfield, Mass., who have been staying with Mrs. Campbell for sev era! weeks left Wcdnesday for Ocean Park, Me., to stay a while- in her cottage. A whist party consisting of ladies 'was given Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Jcnnic Webster in honor of ber sister, Mrs. Frank Wil ley, wlio leaves Wednesday for her home in Portland, Me. Franklin Lynch loft Sunday night for Washington, D. C, for the Na tional Conclave of the Kappa Sigma, ho being the delegate from the U. V. M. Miss Eva Lynch is spcnding sev cral weeks :it P'itchburg, Mass., the guest of her sister, Mrs. Guy Blake. Truly a Big Mistake. "A imiti diit's itlltis in troulilo," snid Uncle Ehon, "is miglity liahlc to make do Iromenjus mistake of Leln' proud of de fact." LOCAL NEWS Miss Stidie Hooker is in Danville for a couiile of days. Murdo Mclver of Barre was a guest of D. W. Fales Wednesday. (Scorge Palmer has sold the Pope lunch roani to Bert Morrill. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Spaulding have gone on a two weeks auto trip to Maibe. Henry Neill and family of West Sheffield, accompanied by Miss Neill of Waterloo, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ramsey of Me Indocs have been here on business the past few days. They returned. home Thursday. IS ( si llp fi r 1 - redtins, handsommpourtd and half-pound fin fiumi' dor and that ctasty, practical pound cryatat filaam humidor with sponde moUtener top that kecpB the tobacco in tuch perfect condition. PUPa pipe in your face that's fillcd cheerily brimful of Prince Albert, if you're on the trail of smoke peace 1 For, P. A. will cing you 'a song of tobacco joy that will make you wish your hfe job was to see how much of the national joy smoke you Could gel away with every twenty-four hours ! Youcan "canyon" with Prince Albert through thickand thin. You'll be after laying down a smoke barrage that'U make the boys think of the old front line in France! P. A. nevcr tires your taste because it has the quality I And, let it slip into your think-tank that P. A. is made by our exclu cive patented process that culs out bite and parch assurance that you can hit smoke-record-high-spots seven days out of every week without any comeback but real smoke joy I t 1 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Compkny, 'to'