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THE EVENING CALEDONIAN, FRIDA Y, SEPTEMBER 26, 1919
Evening Caledonian Established 18S7 Published daily. cxcept Sunday Evening Caledonian Publishing Co. 125 Eastern Avenue Herbert A. Smith, Editor and Publisher St. Johnsbury, Vt Telephone 660 TERMS By mail, $4 a year; six months ?2; three months, $1. Deliv ered by carrier in St. Johnsbury at 60 cents a month. Ali subscriptions by order of the government are pay able in advance. As members of the Associated Press that organization is entitled ex clusively to the use for republica tion of ali news despatches credited to it or not othewise credited in this best features ever introdueed and as for Midway attractions and amusc mcnts thero were varictics cnough to suit ali. The poliee and the traffic mcn handlod the bit; crowd on Wed nesday like professionale and every body hclpcd to make it safe for ped cstrians and those in carriages and automobilcs. It was a great ood natured crowd that carne and went away satisfied because they go their money's worth. Money in Elueborrlcs. The nveniKO proPt froir. nn nero of Maino hlueborry land is siiid to be obout $100, nr.il as no fert il laser or cul ti vai Inn l'i necos.-mry these berries aro a quick ami profitable erop. This is ono of Washington county's big Indus tries. For instante tho whole section from roreupiiic mountain to the cast RalSlng th6 Family- Tnat srrvant Is always In the wronq Placet Flsher paper and also the locai news pub-1 Machina line is practicnlly ali blue lished hercin. Ali nghts of republi--cation of special despatches herein are also reserved. Entered as second-class matter May 1, 1916, at the post office at St. Johnsbury, Vermont, under the act of March 3, 1879. berry land. Sevcral factories are de vnted to Ilio carmini! of ti berries. FRIDAY, SEPT. 26, 1919 A Real Fair First Printed Book. Accordili;; to Pcligrew, the- first book printed in iype was the Latin P.ible. ft was printed by John Gutenberg at I Mayence, abou't 1135. Thero re only 20 co pi e-s of this editimi known to ex ist, and tho woricninnsliip in typo, ink, nnd paper, were boi ter thsn in nny Bubfcequent edition for two hundred years. : : a.; i'jj The Caledonian congratulatcs Pre ident Cary, Secretary Harriman and the Fair Ground directors for giving the people of northeastern Vermont a real fair this week. There were fine exhibitions of stock and farm produets that it would be hard to du plicate at the largcst fairs in New En;rand for purity and quality. The Grange exhibit was ono of the Prcgrcssing Rapidly. For the fourth timo n new baby hnd firrived at the homo of Uobert'.s sis ter Nellio. Wlien iiiforinert of the evont one of bis nunts told bini in nn lmprcssivo mnnner thnt ho was now an lincio for tho fourth limo. Rathor fussed, tho IH fio follow answered: "Goodness me, il' things keep on ITI Boon be a grandpa." 1 CROSS -TO M-WOl I WESdj- J3 HOKJEN BUNCh C i- R V ' I - :T f ance lóStSoit p voy jjf oHv.6miu kj Uoor a JpS V w - 4, L 9 I BUSINESS DIRECTORY SAVE elEATHER LIQUIDS wPASTES : For Black.White.Tan Ox-Biood (dark brown) Shoes KEEP YOUR SHOES 7.. NEAT cF.F.DALLEY CORPortATIONS B UFFA LO.Y !l! !! jQHfce. j The JVoodward A single breasted rport model Has a single hreasted front, aad a back vvith live corled scams to the waistline, and a loosc belt cewn in under the armeut. Combin.cs a bìisiness front with a esport ing back, and is designed for those young men wiio don't want tolct business inter fere with pleasure. IIjckey-Freeman made it, so you know it's riglit. Come in and sce iti F. E. HARRIS 71 Ilailroad Street St. Johnsbuvy Vermont 73 Academy Notse Much enthusiasm has been arouscd over the fact that plans for the pro curine of a greatly needed piano have been started. The piano that now adds its contiibution to the daily chapel exercises was a gift to the school of the class of "J2 and now feels the neeessity of retiring from active sei-vice owing to its many ycars of active service. Tuesday morning in Chapel Principal Davis brought to the attention of the Stu dent Body that there were several sums of money to the credit of the school vvhich had been lef from the procecds of the various plays and conccrts givin during the last few years. During the discussioni that followed it vas unanimously voted to use this money, to the total sum of one hundred and eighty-seven dollars for the nuclcus of a piano fund. Nominations for the ofiicers of the Athlctic Association are as follows: President, Merton Ashton; vice pres ident, Miss Janct Sperry, Miss Olga McCkuy; secretary, Miss Iris Undor wood, Miss Mildrod Rann; Trcasuv cr, Miss Doris Cowles, Miss Marion Hall and Miss Erncstinc Brown. The office of assistant foot ball manager was also vacant. Nominations for that position werc: Leo Morgan, J. Evcrett Daniels and Alton Spencer. According to the Coostitution of the Atliletic Association the nominations aro to be posted upon the bulletin boards for ten days and then to be voted on. Any additional nominations are valid if signed by 20 qualified members of the Associations. STATE NEWS Intcrcsting Happenings Here and There From ali Sections of Old Vermont 4 Mark Alger, of Huntington, has a squash that wcighs'81 pounds. . Charles DeF. Bancroft, wbo has been gathering from the tombstonos of the cemeteri.es of Montpelier re cords of the number of persons who died in the city previous to 1870, has complcted the job. He found some 1,280 names. To these must be add cd the number that were on record in the city clerk's office so that when the compilation is complcted thero will be about 8,000 names sent to the secretary of state complying with recent legislation on the matter. Articles of association have been filcd by the Vermont Silver Fox company, with offices in Charlotte, and a capital stock of 50,000. The incorporators are Joc Hug and F. D. Barstrow of Chittenden 'and M. Giaco Murphy of Rulland. The company will issue $7,500 of stock at this time. Gov. P. W. Clement intcnds to bcautify the lot of land in the rear of the State Houseand recently took sevcral landscape gardeners from difTerent parta of the country to look over the lot as wcll as the plot which Miss Katherine Viles recently deeded to the state l'or a park. Among those who were with Governor Clement were Augustus Saint Gaudcns of Cornish, N. H., Mitchell Rendali of New York City. Brown's Cigar Store United Cigar Store Agency High-Grade Cigars Tobaccos Cigarettes Smokers' Articles and Candy . Guns and Ammunition 49 Main Street St. Johnsbury, Vt. THECOLONIAL DAMES MEET AT M1DDLEBURY Mrs. George H. V. Alien of Fairhavcn Heads the Organization MIDDLEBURY, Scpt. 25 The 22d animai meeting of the Vermont Society of Colonial Dames was held in the Masonic Hall here today with about 150 present. The meeting opcned at 11 o'cloek with the reciting of the Lord's Praycr and a song, "Old Vermont." Then carne the welcome address to Mid dlcbury by Mrs. John H. Stewart of Middlebury, with a responso by Mrs. George Chaffee of Rutland, follow ed by greetings from the Daughteio of the American Revolution by Mrs Harris R. Watkins, retiring State ve gent, of Burlington, and from the Daughters of 1812 by Mrs. C. E. Reed. Election of officerà resulted as follows : Mrs. George II. V. Alien of Fair have.i, president; Mrs. C. S. Caverly of Rutland, Mrs. C. H. Dar ling of Burlington, Miss Jcnnie A. Valentino of Bonnington, Mrs. John II. Stewart of Middlebury, vice presi- dents; Mrs. J. A. Waterman of Bur lington, ìccording secretary; Mr.5. Morris Pattcrson of Fairhavcn, cor responding secretary; Mrs. F. E. Lowo of Montpelier, registrar; Clay lon W. R. Parker of Fairhaven, treasurer; Mrs. F. M. Gillingham of Woodstock, auditor; Mrs. H. B. Nelson of West Pawlet, liiatoriun; Mrs .Viìillace G. Andrews of Mont pelier, gcnealogical director; Mrs. J. L. Martin of Brattleboro; Mrs. George II. Smilic of Montpelier and Miss Alice Hapgood of Bcilows Falls, members of board of management. A meeting of the board was held oe hour before the calling of the morning session by the president. Dinner was served at the Addison. At the afternoon session an ad dress was given by Prof. Henry W. Lawrence of Middlebury College. Tea was served at the home of Mi;;s Porter and Mrs. Constantine in th;s vilkigc. Wilson 111 Has Cancellcd Trip (Continued from page one) avi adoption or a rejection, and I beg the gentlemen who are respon sible for the action of the United States Sonate to make it perfectly clear whether it is an adoption or a rejection. "I do not wish to draw doubtful conclusions. I do not wish to do in justice to the process of any honcst mind. But when that treaty is acted upon I must know whether it means tbat we have ratified it or rejectcd it, and I fcel confident that I ani speaking for the people of the United States." After making two effective speech es yesterday, addressing an audien :e of 15,000 in the morning at the Den ver Coliseum and another big crowd at Pueblo in the late afternoon, Pres ident Wilson left here turning cast. WASHINGTON, Sept. 26 It was indicated today that the factions were lining up for the real tight over the League of Nations covenant. Senator Johnson, republican, of California, announced that he would lcave here for the Pacific coast to keep up bis attack on the treaty, which was accepted to mean finally that his. proposed amendment to equalize the voting power of the United States and Great Britain would not be called up for weeks hence. Next in public interest was the news that Senator Ashurst, democrat of Arizona, had tclephoned President Wilson that he would vote for raii fìcation of the treaty, believing he could render the country and the world, he said, a great service. by ac cepting it as it is, without amend ment or reservation. This definite statement from Senator Ashurst was considcred particularly assuring by democratic lcadcrs because of per sistent reports that he woald oppose the pact in its preesnt forni. H. L. Badgcr of Highgatc, aùthor of the popular song, entitled, "Givo Ali the Praise to Mother," has re ceived copies of the sanie. The World Publishing Co. of New York will act as distributor. The song is alrcady making a good hit in the Wect. The Strongest Insurance in the World IS WEITTEN BY The Crawford Rannej; Agency G. II. Morrillt M. L. Underwood Pythian Building DR. DALE S. ATWOOD OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Citizens Bank Building By Appolntmcut TrasSes Fitted for Rnpt&ro CHAS. S. IIASTINGS INSURANCE 29 Main Street Office Tel. 11-W. Rcs. Tel. 442-J St. Johnsbury, Vt. E. C. SMITH 101 Eastern Avenue Books, Stationery, Periodicals, Con fectionary, Cigars, Nolions. The Northeastern Tcachers' Agency Supplies Schools with Tcachers, Tcachers with Schools Write, Phone or Cali 29 Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt. GUY W. HILL Lawyer St. Johnsbury Vermont DR. W. A. GAGE CHIROPRACTOR Spinai trouble a specialty. Office hours 2 until 4 every. afternoon. Monday, Wednesday and Friday eve ning, 7 until 8. Calderwood Bldg., Phone 658-M G. q. FRYE LAWYER Citizend Bank Building St. Johnsbury, Vt. Tel. 295-M SEARLES & GRAVES LAWYERS 4 Citizens Bank Block St. Johnsbury Vermont Knights of Pythias Regular meeting of Apollo Lodge, No. 2, Tuesday evening, at 7.30, Scpt. 30. Rank of Esquire will be worked. II. W. Clark, C. C. II. E. Anderson, K. 11. S. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA We have a complete supply of Cigars and Tobacco Buy Your Smokes Here BARQUIN'S Cigar Store Bowling Alley Dunnelt, Shields & Conant LAWYERS Tel. 65 St Johnbur, Vt. ' W. A. FREEMAN Upholsterer Specialists: Household Goods Pack- ed and Craled. Ali kindj of Furni ture Refiniahed. Made to Order Pari ór Furniturc, Draperies, Sliades, Cusbions, Mattresses and Awnings. Tel. C2S-R, 55 Eastern Avenue. IF YOU WANT Monumcnts and Markcrs Cali to G. E. Veilleux Granite Co., whern you can see the work ali set up before you buy. The show room is opposite the Passcnger Station, St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Mrs. Jean S. Goodrich PIANOFORTE INSTRUCTION 32 Spring Street. Tel. C47-W JOHN F. HINCH Special Agent New England Mutual LUe Ins. Co. of Boston 42 E. Ave, Calderwood Building Tel. 405-M PALMER BROS. Dry Cleaning, Dycing and Repairing. 78-80 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury, Vt. FRANK R. JACQUES Superintendent Metropolitan Ufo Insurance Co. New York Office in Citizens Bank Block JAMES B. CAMPBELL ATTORNEY AT LAW 57 Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbury Tel. 661-M. Porter, Witters & Harvey ATTORNEYS AT LAW Citizens Bank Building St. Johnsbury, ' Vermont SARGE NT BROTHERS ORCHESTRA Music for ali occasions. For informa tion address C. L. Sargent, Manager, P. O. Box 352. Richards Vulcanizing Co. CALDERWOOD BLOCK 4G Pearl Street St. Johnsbury, Vermont Baby Carriagcs rc-tired while you wait Telephone 409-W BOWLING AND BILLIARDS Soft drinks, cigars and cigarettes JOS. McCAFFREY 92 Raìlroad Street ALL KINDS OF FRU1T IN SEASON Best in Market Candy, ,Tobacco, Tonic Full line G. T. SANTOLUC1TO St. Johnsbury, Vermont TWO STORES Corner Eastern Avenue and Ilailroad Street, under A. L. Bailey's Music store, opposite depot. Also 63 Main Street. BUSINESS IS BULLY! A. S. HASKINS Ryco Examincd 1 Glasaes Fornlsbed SPECIALIST IN OPTOMETRY St. Johnsbury, Vermont MEECHANTS BANK BLOCK DR. J. D. BACHAND DENTIST Pvthia.fi Building:, St. lolinsbury W. VV, SPRAGUE & SON GENERAL AGENTS NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Montpelier, Vt. Also Agents for FIre, Accident, Health, Bo.ier, PUte GlasB, Burglary, Aatomobile and Compensation Insurance Pythian Building, St. Johnnbnry, Vt. Telephone 39-M UPTURÉJ I guarantee every trus I Et to hold the ruptare perfect ly, to be easy and comfort able, to give complete atls faction in every way. WELCOME B. EASTMAN B. FRANK HARRIS TEACIIER OF PIANO Pythian Building, St. Johnsbury, Vt T. R. STILES, M. D. Office in Mcrcliants Bank Block. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a, m., 1.30 to 4.00 p. m. niieumatism, Asthma and diseasea of lungs DR. F. O. MOORE DENTIST Calderwood Building, 42 Eastern Ave, St. Johnsbury, Vermont Office Hours 912. 1.305. Phone 309 THE GEORGE P. MOORE INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance; Any Kind 26 Eastern Avenue The Cozy Furniturc Store Dealer in second-hand Furniture, Stoves bought, sold and exchanged. Re-tire Baby Carriages at lowest prices. N. DUMAS, Manager Phone G79-M -84 Eastern Avenue INSURANCE Life, Accident & Health, Liability, Auto Fire. C. F. BOYNTON Citizens Bank Blk., St. Johnsbury, Vt Fassotnpóìc Lod.e, No. 27, F, & A, M. Regular Communication Thursday evening, Oct. 9 at 7.33. Birney L. Hall, W, H, Fred K. Dolloff, Secretary h Haswsll Royal Arch Chapter Ntf. H Stated Convocation, Friday even ing, October 10, at 7.30. Bloomficld A. Palmer, E. H. P, RAYMOND A. PEARL, Sec. Palestine Commandcry, No. 5, K. T. Special Conclave, Tuesday evening, Sept. 30, at 7.30. Work on the Order of the Tempie. Lunch will be serv ed. Visitors welcome. A large at tendance is desired. Willard V. Orcutt, Cam, A. M, Lang," Recorder.