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THE EVENING OAlEDONIAN, TIIURSDAY, JULY 31, 1019
PAGE THREE f J, J mmm) y K&E Agcs 4 8o 14 7Sc,$ l.OO, 1.25, 1.50 Wash Suits Ages 2 fo 6 $1.00 to $4.00 Ages 2 to 10 65c Steele, Taplin & Co. W.A.TAPLIN, Prop. On The Hill man: LYNDONVILLE Miss M. Pearl Wilmot gave a iun cheon at the Boulders, Willioughby Lake on 'Tuesday to tcn of her friends who trimmed the home for the kitchen shower and the wedding ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stuart and Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Griswold are leaving Sat urday for a weeks stay at the beach es. Mrs. Clayton Forsythe and daugh ter go tonight to Ocean Park. Kev. Mr. Ilinman left town today for New York to spend his vacation with his family. He is going to pack up his household goods and move back to Lyndonville. He has the month of August for a vacation. Re pairs are being made on the parson-age. Wife anJ, Husband's Money. It has been uplielil In tho eourts that a wòinnn cnnriot stoni troni her husband if they are living together. Evenirli Caledonian Established 1837 THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1019 LOCAL NEWS. Lawyer Guy W. Hill was in La conia and Tilton, N. II., Wednesday. Frank E. Lucas of Providence, It. I. , is spending a few days in town. Mrs. Benjamin Tilton is home from tvo weeks spent at Old Orchard. Use Nazol for Colds and Catarrh. Mrs. L. E. Harris spcnt Thursduy in Woodsville. Merle Ashton is working at Sher buvne's restaurant. Mrs. Robert Lane visìted friends in Woodsville Thursday. Mrs. Charles Horton is in Bright look hospital for treatment. Paul Gilman wcnt to Rochester Thursday on business. William Wright loft for Boston Wednesday night on business. Mrs. A. A .Barber of East Burke was a visitor here Thursday. Mrs. C. T. Clifford of North Dan ville spent Wednesday in town. Mrs. C. Mudgctt is visitine in Hyde Park. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mullen went to North Adams, Mass., to visit friends Thursday. Mrs. E. P. Little and Mrs. W. Arnold went Thursday to Rumney to visit friends for a week. Use The American Throat Tablcts. Mrs. C. E. Chamblain of East Ry o.ate was a business visitor here Wednesday. Mrs. Palo Atwood is in East Burke visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Roundy this week. Edward Smythe and cbildren are home from Esquam Lake where they spent two weeks. Will McGovein of Lyndonville, Os car Wells of Troy, N. Y., visited here Thursday. Mrs. Ivate Hoye rcturned Wednes day from a visit in Bellows Falls and Mrs. Emily Towle accompanied her. Mrs. A. K. Powcrs and Mrs. T. II. Lyster are spending the month of August among the Maine Beaches Use Nazol for Cokls and Catarrh. Mrs. Elizabeth Tilton of Panville is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Guy Clifford. Mrs. Arthur Turgoon of Lyndon ville is here to spend a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Asselin. Mrs. W. G. Hunter is in Brightlook Hospital recovering from an opera tion performod on her throat Thurs day. Mrs. Morton H. Carr and son, Cur tis M. Carr, were in town Thursday on ber way home to Whitinsviile Station, Mass. Use Nazol for Colds ar.d Catarrh. Mrs. G. IL Burbank and son, Wil liam who have been gucsts of Miss L. A. Hoyt, loft for their home in New York city Thursday. C. C. Moulton has been called back to the Portsmouth Navy Yard where he worked the last six months of the war as a pattern maker. Samuel Brooks, Edward Fairbanks, Pana Baxter, Augus Brooks, Doug las Gero who have been in camp at Wiloughby the past tea days return ed Tuesday. A lawn party will le held on the grounds adjoining St. Aloysius church on Main strect Wednesday night beginning at five o'clock. adv 2S-2!)-fiO. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stanton and Miss Hortense Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Bean and Mr. and Mrs. George LaPoint returned home from a vaca tion spent at Ocean Park Wednes day night. Use The American Throat Tablets. Preston Connor went to Boston Wednesday night to attcnd the Bos ton and Detroit ball gam played there today. He will return tonight with Will Wright who will drive home a new car. FRAISE ARTILLERY AND CAVALRY IN BORDER CLASH Lieut. Col. Newbold's Outfit Riddles Villa's Stronghold with Gun Fire 65 PER CENT OF s EX-SERVICElEN PLACED IN JOBS Record Shown in Statistics of Gov. and Volunteer - Employment Services WASHINGTON, July 31 Officiai detailed reports on the recent puni tive expedition in Juarez to drive out Villa troops, when the battle there threatened ' lives of Americans at El Paso, give especial praise to the work of both the artillery and the cavalry. It is said that some of the achieve mcnts of the second battalion of the S2nd . field artillery under command of Lieut. Col. H. L. Newbold were as spoctacular as any in the great war I when the small nature of the en ' gagement is taken into considcration. The reports says Col. Newbold had bis men and guns in so closely be hind the skirmish line that they were ready to fire before the infantry had made contact, and the instant the command to lire was given, the sharpncl began sweeping the fence corners and grand stand of the race track, where the Villa troops were exactly on the target. Col. Newbold's batteries got off and accuracy that observers report the action like a performance of the prize gun teams in Franco which made new records with the French 75's. When the infantry advanced, every point of vantage around the Mexican positions was found riddled with steel bullets. The cavalry comes in for a full measure of praise for ita rapid move nient to cut olF the main body whilc the performance of the engineers in tluowing across the Rio Grande in less than an hour, a pontoon bridge capable of hearing the heaviest cq uipment is reported as having set new records in that line. "The doughboys" of the infantry! of course come in for their usuai j sharc of praise which is in no wayj dimmed by the mcntion of the sue- j cess of the engineers, cavalry and j artillery. ' Sixty-six per cent of registered soldier and sailor applicants for jobs were placed by the various govern mental and volunteer employment services during five weeks ending June 28th, according to figures made public here today by Colonel Arthur Woods, ussistant to the Secretary of War and head of the government's organization for the re-employment of service men. The seventy-seven cities in the sur vey are divided into four groups, ac cording to population, and represent every section of the country . The cities over 200,000 placed G3 per cent of their enrolled men; the next group, consisting of cities from 100, 000 to 200,000, 70 per cent; the 50,000 to 100,000 group, 81 per cent, and the "little cities," or those under 5,000, 71 per cent. Twenty-one cities out of 2G, of more than 200,000 inhabitants, each have placed over 50 per cent of their soldiers and sailors. The Middle West claims the first five places on. the list of the big cities on the per centage basis. Minneapolis heads this list with a record of 126 per cent of registered men placed. Of cities from 100.000 to 200,000 in population, the Middle W-st. with Dayton, Ohio, airain is in the lead. 'San Piego, California, in the third group, has the most sensational per centagc record to her credit for that period, although the actual number placed was not large. She placed 152 per cent of her applicants, which is the best perecntage showing made by any city. Ylf thn "lit tle rifies." those with population under 50,000, Poughkeep sie, New York", has the best perecnt age record, although Cheyenne, Wy oming, with 805 men to place, made by far the burgest showing by getting iobs for W) of these. NATIONAL THRIFT CAMPAIGN WHAT CAN WE DO WITHOUT? xr ....(nvin,. Vi-i4f i frlvnn TTìfrrrinimn n mnrn Infinif education and the sale of Thrift, ; policy upon which to base her work War Savings Stamps and Trcasury Savings Certificates in New England, with a vicw to continue this work in definitely, are to be placed in opera tion immediately by Mrs. Francis L. lligginson, director of government savings, First Federai Reserve Dis trict. Although Mrs. Higginson has al ways directed the work of the First Federai Rcserve Pistrict on a per manent basis the recent announcc ment by Secretary Carter Glass that the Trcasury Department has decided to continue and make permanent the War Savings movement for the sale of Thrift, War Savings Stamps, and Treasury Savings Certificates, has in New England. Mrs. Higginson says this new an nouncement by Secretary Glass will add new impetus to the work of teaching New England the value of Thrift and the purchase of Thrift and War Savings Stamps. Mrs. Higgin son has not yet made public what the new plans for teaching New Eng land thrift are, but she says they have already been diawn up and will be put into operalion within the next few weeks. Ali of these plans have have been made with a view to con tinue them indefinitely. As things appear now the propa gation of thrift ideas and the sale of Thrift and War Savings Stamps will continue indefinitely. MISSIONARY RETURN S Former St. Johnsbury Resident Back From India Attends Jubilee Celebration in Boston Gruesome Binding. There is a copy of Milton's pnenis In die public lilirsiry at Kxeter (Kng.) bound in purt of ilio skin of (.'eorgo Cudiiion-, whn, with Sarah Pumi, was conniilt tc to the Dovon eounty jail on Octobcr 30, IS'20, for nninl.-ring hts wlfe liy iioisoniii:: ber, was tried at Hip Lent usslzes in ilio following year, and oxecuted on March 25, ISSO. Physicians and Druggists Everywhere Recornmend the Use of Camphorated Oil and Menthol Crcams for Relieving Coughs, Colds, Croup, Catarrh' Pneumonia and ali Congested Conditions The best forni in which to apply a remedy of this kind will be found in M1NTOL which not only contains Menthol, Camphor, Oil of Eucalyptus and many other healing and antiseptic oils but also contains germicidal pi-operties which kill the grip and influenza germ. If MINTOL is applied to the nostrils it sterilizes the rose and acts as a preventative as well as a cure for colds and catarrh. If you will apply a little MINTOL about the size of a bean to the back of the tongue it will sterilize the throat and relieve hoarseness, coughs and ali throat troublcs. When applied extcrnally to the throat and chest it will break up congestion and prevent or rclieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Pneumonia. It is not necessary to use old-fashioned blisters which are often times either very disagrecable in odor or cause soreness and annoyance to the patients and those attending them. MINTOL will be found the most ef- lective, modera scicntilic treatment ior ali mfiamed conditions. A jar in the home will protect the wholo family from coughs, colds and often times prevent pneumonia. If your druggist cannot supply you we will mail you a jar on receipt of price, 35c, COc and ?1.25. THE HOME RELIEF LABORATORIES, MALDEN, MASS. For Sale by ft, STILES' DRUG STORE and C. C. BINGHAM ì Mrs. Lois S .Parker, who went to India in 1850 has come to America to attend the Jubilee Celebration of the W. F. M. S. in Fremont Street Church, Boston, where, fìfty years ago, she helped organize it. Hers is the joy of being not only a witness of, but a Constant participant in, the,' splendid work of half a century of f that organization. Mrs. Parker is greatly revered in India, where the younger missionaries delight to learn from her of the early days of Meth odism in that land. We rejoice that she is able to attend the Centenary Celebration and trust that her pres ence and faith may inspire many young people to devote their lives to India's salvatiori. The above item taken from the1 Methodist Centenary number of the Indian Witness will interest those who remeber that Bishop and Mrs. Parker were former residents of this town and went from here to India. At the tarewell meeting given them,' TRIP-LOCK CRIBS have always in 1859 they were told they would - been distinguished by their simplc probabiy never return, but Mrs. Fark-, beauty, sturdy construction. and. er has made her fifteenth voyage and ; withal, the ease with which they may hopes to return to india in JNovem-'be moved. Der- '. That they are dainty of design, Mrs. Parker comes here the first of light in weight, genuinely safe and August to spend a few weeks with sanitary, is of little account unless relatives and she will be accompanied , they are one hundred per cent com by Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Robinson of fortable. For this reason special care Roslindale, Mass., with whom she js given to insure that great degree nas mime ner nome wnne in tnis 0f safety and comfort every mother cquntry. jdeniands for her children. I These essential features character- j ize ali Trip-Lock Steel Cribs, with Price of happlness. such completness and. salisfaction No man enn be happy when ho de- L, n. r u ., ic,c wo ,n , that they long since became the ' " ' 1 1 -'".' standard of valuè wherever Children's motive or net. No man can be happy j when he harbors Ihoughts of revonge; jenlousy, envy or liatred. He must bave a clean heart and a clenn con selencè, or no nir.ounit of money or i . IMI 1 kHE study of tire building methods is unnecessary if you decide ''upon Firèstone as your standard. ! While you would be interested and convincéd by a trip through the Firestone factory in Akron, Ohio, the important point is to know what added values Firestone Tires give you. 1 v Principally most miles per dollar. Also a better hold on the road, unusual resilience and excellent appearance. Firestone dealers stand ready to supply you with Firestone Gray Sidewall Tires and Firestone service. , r - . - " , , , " " . Most Miles per Dollar im iii r""",i'-g mirini WHEELOCK exeltement Exchange. Can makè bini happy. Cribs are bought, sold, used, or talk- ed about. Stanley Furniture Company FURN1TURE AND UNDERTAKING Main & Church Sts. Phone 418-M J. B. Ripley spent the week end with his family returning to his work at Windsor Monday. There will be a church social Fri day afternoon and evening of this week in the park. Ice cream and cake will be served. Mrs. Perlcy Jenness and two children of Woodsville, N. IL, visited her brother, W. M. Willey, the first of the week. Also George Willey and wife of Lyndon Center visited his son, W. M. Willey. Among those visiting here over Sunday from away were Mr. and Mrs. Jeff dee and daughter, Doris, of Concord, N. IL, visited his broth er, L. N. dee; Mrs. Sue Niblock of Windsor at J. B. Ripley's; Georg Weed and wife of Lyndon at A. E. Weeds; Mrs. N. G. Simpson of Lyn don at Fred Day's. W. C. Snelling lost one of his work hoises from indigestion last week. Mrs. Addie Ripley entertained rel atives from St. Johnsbury last Sat urday. Roy Bickford and family motored io unaneston to visit relatives last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homcr Benentt were week end visitors at their son's. Win. field Bennett's at Lyndon. A. iu. eed and wife wpw in Hf Johnsbury last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wi 1 Sanhnrn cnont Sunday with friends in Sutton. Miss Hazel Aldrich of East Ilnrb is. speiuung some time with hor grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kel-lett. George Roberts was a visit. in Lancaster, N. H., last Tuesday. nomer Dennett went last Monday to Derby and other towns for a two weeks' visit with relatives. Ali roads will lead to the old Red Schoolhouse, South Wheelock, Aug. 8, when the annual reunion of teach ers and pupils will be held. A good program is being prepared. trving Taylor and family went Tuesday to Charles Miles' fami in Sheffield where they will cut the hay on the farm. Will aSnborn has sold one of his work horses. W. P. Dean has purchased auto. Mrs. Frank Larton is making good recovery from her accident a few weeks ago when she fell and broke her hip. - Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ranney of Lyndonville were in the place to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.J J. Rennie. ST. JOHNSBURY CENTER Bert Constantino of New York spent Monday at E. H. Hallett's. Mrs. Warner of St. Johnsbury is keeping house for Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hallett while they are away on a a visit. Mrs. Ida Coffran of Kansas called on Mrs. Solon Walter Monday af ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Walter are visiting his sistcr, Mrs. Mabel Lang at Lyndonville. Mrs. Sara Wilson has sold her place here in the village to her son in law, Maurice Page of Concord. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wheeler and son, Bernard, was at Miles Pond, Sunday. Mrs. Ella Simpson returned home from Springfield, Mass., where she has been spending some time with her children. Harry Chaffee is at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Chaffee. Miss Nichols of Hardwick is visit ing her aunt, Mrs. Henry Powers. Miss Myrtle M. Davis who has been spending some time with her parents went Monday to the Mountains to work in a Souvenir store and from there will return to her school in Ar lington, Mass., about Sept. 10. Mrs. A. L. Lockwood and Miss Ethel Gour of Westminster are visit ing Mrs. Addie Page for several days. Dr. Stiles was at Rochester one day last week on business. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Massey were at his fatlier's, E. M. Massey's, Sun day. James Pringle of Concord, N. H., called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Pringle, Sunday afternoon. Among the sales made by the Strout Farm agency the past week was the Frank Smith place in Burke to Fred Derosier of Keene, N. H. Harley Roberts was at South Rye gate Sunday. BETTER DEAD Life is a burden when the body is racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim becomes despondent and downhearted. To bring back the sunshine take GOLDMEDAL The national remady of Holland for over 200 years; itis anenemy of ali pains re sulting from kidney, liver and urie acid troubles. Ali druggists, threo sizes. Look for tho Dime Gold Medal oa every boy ' ubd acccpt no imitation an Two Famous Brogues. Proken EtigHsh, Professor Beers says, is merely the imperfect Engllsh'j of nn Individuili forelgner. Tldgln Eng. I Ilsh, the Englìsh of Hans Brletmnnn'3 bnllads nnd of the comedy French-j man, nre of that class. Creole EngMsh and Pennsylvania Duteh are brogues. Boston Prices Have Advanced SOc A Ton We are selling at the OLD PRICE if you BUY AT ONCE You are falling down on your job, you are not ordering CO AL for next winter, there "ore your dealers can not keep coal coming from the mihes and the mines must decrease their output. Production to date about 30 per cent, be low last year. j; Buy coal NOW and help avert the impend ing shortage. !; ORDER TODAY . E. T. and EH. K- IDE j Coal and Feed Phone 3S4 Bay Street !