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THE EVfJNING CAEDOJAN, MONDAY, AUGJST 25, 1919
vagì: hyi: n c a package before the war ?c a package i if THE FL0UOR (LASTS SO DOES THE PRICEÌ XYNDONVILLE The Redpath Chautauqua ends to niorrow with an u'iu.sually fine pro gram. The daily piograms have been a delight to the lai'ge audiences whieh have attended. Sunday there was a union servilo in the Chautauqua tent and an ad diess was given by Ralph R. Den nis, assisted by Miss Betty Schv.leen at the piano and Wyert Moore tiu tist. The program for tomorrow is: 0.00 a. m., Pageant by Junior Chautauqua. 2.30 p. m., Lecture, "The Win ning Man," H. L. Fogleman, Busi ness export. Lecture especially for business man and their employees. 8.00 p. ni., Lecture "Torpcdo Wit'i Ears," Montraville Wood, Scicntist nnd inventor. Scientific exhibition with wonderful experiments. Mr. and Mrs. E. Mackay of Feach am have been recent visitors in town making arrangements for their daughter to enter Lyndon Center In stitute this fall. Dr. D. J. Sheehan has returned from across the seas and has receiv ed his honorable discharge from diity iie uo u practH" physician in this place when he enlisted. He expcts to locate in North Troy wher.- he will resumé his practice. Mrs. William Bradley has reluin ed from Feacham where she has been visiting relatives. Ruth Ranger, who has been star ping with her aunt, Mrs. Ella Paigc, l'or several days, returned to her Jiome in Providcnce, R. I., Friday. Joc Morrinon is moving from the tenement of John Bassett into John Cannaway's tenement on Main r.treet. Have you tried our new zi DEAL : '- " Dairy Ration Guaranteed Analysìs PROTEIN not less than 1ÌU per cent FAT not less than JijK-rcent FIHKIi not more than. .lì Dei tvnr A -""r.t rc-j.emt fnnn rhc ti.mist- shows MORE lirotein, MORE fai and LESS lì ber. Your cows will teli tle rest. Price Rifjht, Quality Right, Try It. Ali nf our stores have it. E. T. and H. K. IDE , Coal àrid Feed Phone 3S4 ina tue war EMPIII 15T Mr. and Mrs. V. Henry of Bostj.i are guesta of Mrs. Philo and son, Henry Graves. Robert and Edd. McVicar are vis iting their sisters, Mrs. Mary Flar. ders and Mrs. Theodore Parker and' other relatives. : Miss Roancy Parker of East Bnrke ii beve with her brother's family, Ed. Parker. rr -&f!i2S Mrs. I. B. Hutchinosn of Stanstca I, P. Q., is a guest of Mrs. Clurcn'v Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dow of Dan ville are visiting her brother, Wilbui Sherbui'ne, and attending the Chau tauqua. . Everyone is glad to see the fami liar figure of our librarian, Mi-y Elizabeth Hills, on the streets agaiv She has returned from her vacaticn.! Ilarold St. Louis of Greensboro i.: visiting his brother, C. H. St. Louis. Flora Barber is taking a vacatimi from her work in E. J. Blodgett's store. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Blaisdell were weck end visitors in their cottage at Stone Pond. Marjorie Ruggles of St. Johnsbury Center has been A guest of her friend, Doris Hovey, the past week Ecrnife ntehelder of West Burkr who has been working for Mrs. Jcii nie Webster, has got through and gone to work foV her sister. M. E. Daniels has returned from Randolph where he has been attend ing a superintendents meeting the past week. ' Carroll W. Gleason and Miss Agnes H. Ellsworth were married Saturday night at the pargonage of the Grace M. E. church by the Rev. George A. Martin. The bride wore a traveling KUit. Bay Street ! RECREATION BUILDING FOR ST. JOHNSBURY (Continuèd from page li V would build up a fraternity of broth erhood that would make Rome tremble. "In Judas Iscariot he found shrewd business man that would have made a good Connecticut Yankee to day always within the law, though he might sometimea cut under the inorai law. Judas made his one great mistake wlien he transferred hi.-) ac count irom the bank ot lleaven to the bank of Jerusalem. , "Jesus preached the iovous lil'e Mediaevahsm perverted our idea ol Christ." ' The '20th century will see greater resulta than have ever been seen since the spread of christianity in the first century. Ecfore it closes the world will become one great de mocracy of God, but the churcli niakes me mistake in leaving it ali to the minister. Christ gave every man and woman and child a task. No church will prosper until it givet éverybody something to do. "St. Johnsbury is a city net on a hill. Few towns in America stand for higher leadership. What you do goes forth in great eircles. I yearn to set St. Johnsbury churches face the problem anew as this is one of the great vantage points. The commun ity church should carry on the re creational lil'e, which is the true ex pression of the Christian lil'e. Re a leader in the play life of this com munity. St. Johnsbury ought to have a great recreation building. Your churches ought to be open prac tically every day and almost every hour of the day. Don't neglect the young people, but remember if you do your churches will soon be with out leader. On your shoulders resti the leadership as great as was cvei -ntrusted to any follower of Je:nu Christ." I4EARLY ENOUGH MEN FOR COMPANY D (Continued frem page one) Dugey, Herbert Gates, Stanley Guimont, Joseph H. Hamilton, E. J. Hatch, Harlow W. Ifiggins, Von Mayo Heath, Lynn G. Landry, Peter Lapoint, Arthur A. Laniere, J. J. Lemere, Jules Leslie, Joseph McCrae, George W. McDowell, Wm. H. McNamara, Wm. R. Magoon, Floyd Massey, George Merchant, Walter F. Morgan, Wm. Mowrèy, Ernest Ossier, Louis E. Pierce, Kenneth C. Porter, Roy Ranney, Herbert C. Riggs, Robert H. Ross, Frank Russell, Thomas A. Shepart, Robert Stinson, Cari W. Streeter, Chester A. Streeter. I. J. Tilton, B. F. Tuhman, Alexander Wright, G. Vancour, George L. WHY BATTERIES . CAN'T i LAST FOREVEF "Most people can understand wh a tire wears out, or why bearhif points of a cai work loose," says lo :al Willard Service Station Dealer "but they don't quite see why a bat tery should éver wear out." "Of envrp the main trouble is tha' it's harder for anybody to imagine i chemical process than a medianica ine, and the battery is strictly chern ical." "There's nòt much inside a battery About ali there is to it is a set o plates with insulators between eacl pair, and solution that cover.- h plates and insulators. These piate: ire Himply lattices of mctallic lca filled with lead compounds. The in sulators may either be wood oj Threaded Rubber." "Before a battery can be u.cd a' ali it has to be charged. The clectrii current coming in, causes certai; chemical changes. When you turi on your lights or step on the starter changes start in the opposi te direc tion and supply you witH current." ' "Of course this Constant changin; back and forth will wear out a bat ' tery in time, just as contact with thr road will wear out a tire. And dvei if the battery is in Storage and i kept charged, some wear will go on as the chemicals are ali piesent and are never absolutely idle." "The way to get the longert li f. out of your battery is to kerp ii mind the fact that its life deponds to a great extent on how well you trMl it, and to remember to add water an. make a hydrometer te-t at l-a-.l onr evt-ry Ivo weeks." Dtvlcton of Samoan Island. By tb agreement of Devemtier i 1800, among; (he Vnlted Stnt, On-n Brltaln and Oermnny, the Hninonii I landa rcre dJvlJel between the l'nl tel State and Gennnuy, Grent l'.ri ìaia rètJrlng ami nreei'StiK poir.;;enva tlon for her retireroent In the fumi ot olonliil coneesslons rlxehere In tlu hoììU. Thl nKreeiiient pii'l-d a !, urìva ot outLreaka and di'rder tu th htluuds nniouutlna; to utitt" of ci vii war. due. !t wu chnTd m! the z to the lùtrlguc sld a;;ression Gtniiuas. 1 The Dreamer By OTILLIA F. PFEIFFER (Copyright, 1919,"'b)', th Weitero Ne Inper Union.) The south brandi of ' the Easfern Central rallroad had its termluus nt Weston. Flve uilles eouth was Bt-He-vllle and a bus was always In wuitlng for passengers for that polut. The fare wus only a dime, yet a young man who left the traln and whose dos tlnation was Bellevllle dld not take the wnltlug conveyanee, but storted down the smooth country' road oa foot. He hnd a reason for wlshlng to tal;t the leisurely Avalk. Illa mlnd was fill ed with meniorles. Down tliut sanie road Avo years prevloùsly he had llnip- ed, footsore, just recoverlng from n flt of slckness, wltliout a home, frlends or money. Illa h nini so me, open face clouded as he looked buck to that f orioni day. It brlghteued agaln ningically as what that lonely tramp had led to recurred to hlm.' Day of ali days, the start In a new career that hnd led to nrnbltlon and fortune how he eherlshed the uieiu- ory. ile took from his pocket a card. L'pon lt was wrltten four uaiues. They were Lolita Burt, ?seal Brooke, Jane Adams, Abner' Wlse. One by one he spoke thém, lingering fóudly, lon'g ingly over each. Lolita Burt. It wus at her home that ho had paused that day of destlny In the post. Now lt was as lf only yesterday, so vlvld was his remembrunce. He wns ncurly ex- hausted as she carne around the house to regnrd hlm with nuinifest plty In her sweet, bonny face. The story he told brought the tenrs to her gentle eyes and then she Invlted hlm luto the house nnd called her uged futher. "God's own people," spoke Wylle Barnes reverently the next mornlng, when he left the house after a night of grnfeful rest uud strengthenlng uieals, an old but sound pulr of shoes on his hllstered feet, aud th!s angel of the house, Lolita, wavlng hlm an adleu of friendly eneourugetuent. Dr. N'eal Brooke, supernnnuated tlergyman, .he hnd met nearer the town center. Subslsting on a pltiful charlty stlpend the good old man, whose only deslre In his fniltDg years was for books and a little less of worry over food supplies, had taken a futherly Interest In Wylle. It was through his iulluence that a nelghbor, a wldovv, Jane Adums, had eonsented to trust AVylie for board aud lodglng untll he got work. ' Thut carne the next day with Abner Wlse, a Cooper, wI'oe whole dream was to ftnd enough capital to pntent n slaek burrel wlre àevloe thnt he had Invented. Wlthln a month Wylle Barnes was eonifortable, full of hope nnd happy this latter becuuse the four sterllng hearted helpers he hud found liecnme true frlends, and because Lolita seem ed glad to hnve hlm drop In twlce a week evenlngs. The sweet. slmple-hearted girl was a revered divlnlty to hlm and she reeognlzed In hlm a inanllness nnd earnestness thnt mnde her glad to wel come hlm. . At the end of nix months Wylle bnde his four loyal frlends good bye. It was to Lolita only, however, that he revealed his plans and prospcets. "An old partner of mine Ims wrlt ten me about a new gold dlscovery In the far northwest," he related, "und I am golng golng to cast my lot In with hlm. But I ani coming bnck, soon as I make a respectable pile. Bellevllle shall see me settle down. And I ara golng to remember ali you denr, true frlends. I am golng to brlng to Doctor Brooke the finest li brary money can buy. Thnt queen of woiuauhood, Mrs. Adams, shall have the kitchen rauge and planò she has longed for so mua yenrs. Almer Wlse, I am golng to provide with nll th capital necessury to develop his great lnvention." . "Oh, you delightful dreamer," cried Lolita pluyfully, but with eonndence in her glowlng eyes. ' "And you, Lolita," added Wylle ten derly. "I will lay at your feet the trensures of the world, lf they nre mine to glve." TheW he was gone, nnd now he had returned and one hour Inter he stood at the ,door of the old Burt home to Ond lt In new hnnds, John Burt dead, aud L'olita, he was told, was niaking 11 livelihood ns housekeeper for a nelgh bor farmer. He cume upon Lolita In her new home among some berry bushes. She dropped the dish-ln which she was gntherlng the luscious frult aud falr ly tottered. Wylle led her to a grassy hummock. Mrs. Adauis, the old mlulster, Mr. Wlse yes, they were ali ulive, nud then Wylle esuberateli over bis mnr velous story of weulth. Whdt hup plness to ngnln meet these old time frlends. How he would enjoy the lifMtnwnl of library, kitchen ronife unti piuiio, nini capitili to the covpt-r tntt-n tur. Ami then he told Ih 'jirrtiif IilHn f ì lu-art'a d-nlre tu niMie h.T lpil.-iHnliiit for Uff. f'h i I .r '! ! --r.. :.mS uvì dlu ìiiiui'H, nnd thi-n "Why, lolita!" for he hnd hurst luto tenr. -I don't iint luneier, or jewel. 1 imi so hfl'ppy to you guin. ulive nnd ut-I! a man tunong meli, thut 1 nm gln'l ond proud of you," he u,l'iied. "Istilla." he spuke earnestlv. "li riiit't tlf.'t you duu't waat love' uni. rci'ilni' his imttwfr In her funi) ''. Wylle lluiues wus coiitt'Ul. OUR WANT ADS PAY ST. JOHNSBURY EAST Mrs. Walter Mf 'z and children of Wayne, Pa., are visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. McLochlin. O. R. Wallace has bought a spring of water of E. R. Cuhman and has the pipe laìd to his house and barri. Ine young people who went to Miles Pond camping returned Satur day and report a good time. il. A. Stanley of Santermardio, Cai., is in town ón business. He has sold his wood lot in Kirby to T. W. Croteau. Mrs. George Moore and daughter from Lancaster, N. H., are visiting her brother, C. J. Waik. Mrs. Chas. Owens is on the sick list. "'he many friends of Jock Richards of Concord will be sorry to learn of hia death at Coneoid on Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. O. Cushman have been spending the week at Portland, Me. W'e tire very glad to see Mrs. B. CLASSIFIED TO RENT FURNISHED room for light house- ! GIRL WANTED for general house keenine'. Inouire at 105 Railroud ! wok. Mrs. L. W. Stufford, No. 1 Street. 40 tf TO KENT Three room fiat for light housekeeping. Third floor front. Drouin Building. 47-U- TO RENT Two" fuinishcd" rooms, pleasantly located, 5 minutes (o P. O. or factory. Inciuiie at this office. 51tf TO RENT Aver.ue. -Tenement, 19 Claik's 61 tf FOR SALE FOR SALE Horse and lumber wagon verv cheap nnd also house furniture. Two nice stoves. Owne wants to sell them by the last of the month on account. of moving. 19 Elm St. 47-53 FOR SALE Gasolene 26 l-2c per gallon. Polarine Oil 15c per quart. II. DOLGIN 80 Portland Street FOR SALE Uscd cars, tires and parts, also new tires first quality goods at second quality prices. We cut the price on everythincr. We have ali kindS Of USed CarS for Sale cheap. Used ears and junk cara bought. H. DOLGIN 80 Portland St., St. Johsbury Tel. 537-M, or 537-J FOR SALE A small cottage and barn, one acre of land with big garden. For sale cheap. Hotel completely furnished. In good lively village of three thousand tnhabitants. Near a large summer re sort and on state road. Only hotel in the village uuJ on !:rn rnil road. Forty rooms and large dining room. Easy tenns. One of the finest homes on Main Street. Barn, large garden, and lot of land. A small cottage for sale near School Street. Three nice cottages near Fairbanks factory for sale. Chas. E. Kirk. St. Johnsbuiy AUTO FOR HIRE Easy riding Ford Touring car, care ful driver, reasonable prices. F. R. Clifford, 14 Main Street. Tel., office 93-M, House 326-W. RATES FOR AUTO HIRE ny wher in town 20 cents for rh pa nr rtgri. On of torti trip 15 cent sr, ir.i'i for cr. or tw ò cent per mile for thie or more. R. Lincoln or 451-W. Marshall. Tel. 475-W, 15tf THE COWLES PRESS PRINTERS OF EVERYTHINQ Stationery, post Card Daiuty Things for Holidays and Birthdaya. MAPLE GROVE CANDIE3 83-87 Eastern Ave., SL Johnsbury Diamond Tires ajusted on a basis of 60M miles. The Peck Co. adv. Graves out to the dinner at the church on Thursday. Congressman Rendali of California was a visitor at Sunny Slope Fam this last week. Mr. Newlin went! back withi him as far as Crawford! Notch. Chas. Buike and family motored io Canada to visit old friends on Thurs day, retuining Saturday. Karl Smith, who has been visitine his aunt, Mrs. S. L. Grant, returned to bis home in Bangor, Me., last Fri day. "Rev. J. N. Penili is in Beilin vis iting relatives. H. S. Bridges has been in Stowe studying the cheese inaking bu-sintsi. Mrs. Myrtie Hutchinson of Wildei is viisting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bugbee. Elery Bugbee of Franklin, N. IL, is visiting his brother, Ed. Bugbee. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon of Springfield have an-ived at their new home nere in the village. Their gooda cornine from Springfield, Muss., by auto I truck. K. Mrs. Clarence Tempie is (piite sick. VVANTEI) Cioss Street. f.l tf BOARDEKS ni- 1 lu .ut.-. Healy, Clay Hill. WANTED Stenographer. American Folk & Hoe Co. 51-Ct Api-ly gì :it WANTED Bell boy night and day work. House. at once foi The Avenue il J WANTED Cook, laundress, wait ress and girl for chamber work cotn bined with other duties. Ref prence". Addrc.s Box E05, Biattlebcro, Vt. 47 -3 wks. WANTED Chance to carry cn a farai or to hire a fifteen cow fami. Addiess Box 133, West Br.il, Vt. 47-Ct ; WANTED Good meat cook at Shei burne's Restaurant. 4.r tf WANTED Woman for general housewoi k. Must be good cook. For i about three weeks starting Au'ust ! 27. Will pay special price for this j .short service. Addiess Mìe. W. Iti. ! Daniels, Greensboro, Vermont. 45-7 ti WANTED Woman to do general housewoik . No washing, baking nor ironing. Addiess Box CI. 38 tf WANTED Female help. Mangle girls, hand ironers, Pres3 operatorr. at the New Method Laundry. 34 tf WANTED Girl for general house woik. Apply at Mrs. H. C. Newell, 18 Church Etreet . 39tf WANTED Position as housekeeper in a small family. Addiess Box 223 50-5t CENSUS CLERKS (men, womenjY 4000 needed. $92 month. Age, 18 up ward. Experience unnecessary. For free particular3 of examinations, write J. Léonard (former Govern ment Examiner) 1173 Equitable Bldg. Washin-ton. 49-.r,t WANTED A good chamber girl at once. Good pay to the right pai-.. Fairbanks Inn. COtf LOST AND FOUND LOST A brown Persimi Lamb pocket book. Will the finder please return it tò Misa Mabel Kelly at 2G Eastcrn Avenue and receive a re ward. Gl-3t GIRLS WANTED Wanted girls nnd women opcratov on children's wash clothing. Good wages; working conditioii3 ideal. Experience desirable but not absol utely necessary. We pay you while you learn. Burlington is a healthful, modem town of 25,000. Beautifully locateci on the shores of Lake Champlain. It. is a college seat, good churches, high class moving pictures, fine bathing beach, and first class living con ditìons. m Write at once for further informa tion giving reference and experience. O. L. HINDS COMPANY, 45-M-W-F Burlington, Vt- Seven Passenger Auto for Hire Cari Hopkins willrunhis two 7-pas-senger Parkanls for line troni the Caledonia Garagi aame as last sea ton at 20 venta 'mie for four people - a nule im nix peop:e pri l .. . . .. I Di or pie'. Sit-':ction f wr- ' aateeti. TEtEPIIOiiE 15$ or 1JS-W HELP WANTED WANTED Cook and waitress at ; once. Address L. II. Croft, Quincy Huel, Enosburg Fal.s, Vt. UNEQUALED l'or YOUR bSONEY ffCFUNDED, I lf M f'fVlnn un wtiwtrill!M tlrrti-4n balìi'!f i cugh, Cobi, Ci.ii tW lì l',r"a Dn J iiroai, ISPif-l'U Cbilblalas.i.rS.treKee'k ALL KIN'DS OF FRUIT IL SEASON Best in Mai krt (."'tv. Tome ì u!l ! 7 srfs' G. T. SANTOLI ITO St. Jclimhui jr. VetWHjr f TWO STOlil K '-Ciw.r I Avenue and K!r I .rer. ..- A. L. L'adtyV Md.M ii i depot- Al-o ft'S M.n 'r Ilowling; and Pilliardi Soft diinks, cigr and i,'m !!. AIo furnihed roema by ti day r week and on turnìha teneiiit t ! rent. JOS. McfAITI KY j 'Ji 1; lr,J atrt I F.Xt; n ( O )1 poi. pick at A. II. (,!; U a DEPT POR SA LE FOR SALE lOoO i:j,,on Ce re cord while they last, 4 for II. (MI. copie of 10 and lic raumc. 3 for 2Sc i M-l A.,,.' Music Store. i'OR ivALE S-f ond hand pn.no m pon,l ronditicn. Chailej lloyt, 4. 'I.iiiig St. 47 T I FOR SALE Second hand rar. Cali at C5 Main Street. 20 tf j FOR SALE Baby carria?e. in good condition. 19 Spring .lii-e. Tel. i238-l m; tf FOI; SAI.:, One 1C foot motor boat and two camera with lense. 19 Spring streit. 29 tf FOR SALE One lay mure twelve years old, sound nnd good driver nnd worker. Price J125. Al.so shoats at twenty-five cents per pound. L. F. Gof-dant, Barnet, Vt. 33tf FINEST OtJALITY PART Y PflTlA ; TOES Delivered in St. Johnsbury. Price reasonable. Wm. Bedor. Tel. 399-3. fo1' SALE Cottage house, 7 rooms, modo,n improvement. On the the riain. Also three room tenement to rcnt. Inquirc at 84 Main St. 3Gtf FOR SALE Fresh eggs; dairy but ter; well dressed poultry; shell beans peas and garden vegetables. A. A. Hawkins. Tel. 75-11. 44 tf FOR SALE Very desirable 7 room house. . Ali modem improvements. Good barn and garage. Large garden. Price $4000. Caledonia Real Estate. 48 tf FOR SALE My Fish business, also my horse. J. F. Cossette, 10 Elm St. . 40-Thu-S-M-W FOR SALE-rUntil August 27;; Chalrs; Tables; Refrigerator; and other household goods, 49 Spring Street. Telephone 17C-W. 22-23-25 FOR SALE One gas etove hood, one show case, one water cooler, one cof fee uni and two stove curtains. Tel. 175-3. 49 tf FOR SALE One pair black horses, both good workers ' and driver, single or doublé. Weigh 2200. R. E. Lewi?, Passumpsic, Vt. Tel. 175-31. 49-5t No. 181 Farm of 109 acres. Three miles from village on State road, near village and school. Land nearly level and free from stone. Will summer and winter tcn heads of stock. Good set of fami buildings. Price $2,000. Caledonia Real Estate Co. 51 'tf I HAVE A GOOD HOME and can give the best of care to an eldeily person or invalid. Ali modem ron veniences. Inquire or address The Evening Caledonian. 51 tf FOR SALE Small wood stoves, portable. gas oven and refrigerator. 49 Spring- Street. Tel. 17G-W. - 51 lt FOR SALE Paddocks Village, 2 tenement house, barn, garden, extra lot, $1800. Lafayette Street, single house, bathrooin, near Caledonia Street, $1600. ' '. Caledonia Street. Nev 3 tenement house, modem improvement, $3800. Lower Peart Street. Single house, la -gè garden, $3200. 'Summer Street, 3 propertiej to er.nof? from. Exrellfnt 15 acre frm with fine :.:'.-:ing a few tod; ,'cm Pa.ump i". Small fa.tn nmr Fani St. Jcln:- Ku.v j ...ti,ii inrge iurnu wi(h stock, dopi und loold. A. B. DOW, 12EastenAve CH1CHESTER S PILLS I M iint lltu(lulr. V lt-.lHM-t-'a tllAmwJ iiru4 -v fcJl mc.1 wttk hitm K jixu. 1 (T 1,"'"!U- MM tfìH-Tt. li- Jf BIAMuft h;.HM i. t (2 ymmknow9.t lkM.t'iiiV lwviiu.i t. r SOtO 8T ORtCfilSTS IFUyift'KtW Ohildron Ory FOR f LETCHER'S CASTORI A rn '