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1 . t PAGE FOUR . CALEDONIAN-RECORD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1019 Evening Caledònian ": . AND RECORD ; Established 1837 Published daily, except Sundays Evening Caledònian Publishing Co. 125 Eastern Avenue Herbert A. Smith, Editor and Publisher St. Johnsbury, Vt. Telephone 660 TERMS By mail, ?4 a year; six months if2; three months, $1. Dehv 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 ia entitled ex clusively to the use for republica tion of ali news despatches credited to it or not othewise credited in this paper and also the locai news 'pub lished herein. AH rights of republi cation óf special despatchea 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. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8, 1919 PRESS COMMENT ' (Bennington Banner) This ir. the month in wluch wc have to pay taxes in Bennington and many other Vermont towns. Our tax rate ìs high, and most of us have a feeling of resentment when obliged to pay so muchyapparenily for so little at any one time. After ali though we Americana do gei' more for our tax money than any other people on earth. The tax money -pay for ou.r schools, lights, highways, sidewalks, sewers, supporta the hospital, state institutions, police and health depai t ments and ali other public. Utilities. In Vermont at least pràctically nono of it is Ktolen and the amount frit temi away in extravagance and in competence is not as large as in most states. It is hard to pay heavy tax s but tax money, properly -expended ;s an essential part of civilization. Don't grumble, it might be a lot worse. BARTON ORLEANS Miss Julia King was able to return to ber school work yesterday. The first numbcr ot the liarton im nvovement Club Lecture Course is 'Thursday evening. That the Orphe us Four were hcre last year in the (nurse sDeaka well for the quality of the entertainment given by thcm, A finfi pntertainment is assurea ana a l'arge attendance expected. Mr?,. L .M. Day visited ner son, Ernest Sanborn, Tuesday. At n hnll rame between the Barton Academy team and the Orleans High school played at Orleans, Barton won with a score of 4 to 3. - For The Newest Thing In WINDOW DRAPERIES See Our Show Window The Charles C. Locke Co. 93 Railroad Street Phone 570 Bert Converse and family enter- tained frienda fiora Coaticook, P. Q., for the week end. Sewell Deering and wife . visited frieiids in Morrisvilkle Sunday. Howard Bartlett who has been treated at the Cleasby hospital was able to go to his home on Monday last. There will be no schools after Tuesday for the remainder of the week as most of the teachers are in attendance at the state conven -on for teachers held in Montpelier. The DeBue Bros.' minstrels play ed to a crowded house at Opera Hall Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Benham, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hawly, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bennett and Mrs. Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bates attend ed Grand Lodge of the Pythian Sis ters and Pythias at Rutland last week. Mrs. M. H. 'Taplin attended the funcral of Mrs. Bigelow at Lyndon ville Thursday a. m. Mrs. Page of Boston who has kept a store and ice cream parlor at Wil loughby Lake the past summer was the guest of Mrs. E. IT. Lothrop,.a few days last week. Mrs. Harry Stannard has supp'ied in Miss 'Clara. Dwinell'a school for the past week, Miss Dwinell being ili. Roland Bartlett of the University of Vt., Burlington, spent the Sabbath with his parents. Mr. Thurber from New ITampsruc la the new printer for the Flelchei Printing Co. and has moved his fam ily into the Carrol Jenkins' i house on Water Street. Harold McNamara and wife visit ed his parents in St. Johnsbury Sun day. Dr. Cleasby was called to St. Johnsbury in consultation with Dr. Alien on Monday. Mr. Andrua has moved to Deiby Line while he is employed there pui ting ia coment walks for the vili ige. MISSIONARIES TELLS NEED. FOR AID (Continued from page 1) AL We have a supply of ali Sizes. Do not wait until the last hodf ul is on the f ire. E. T. and H. . EOE Goal and Féed Tel. 384 Bay Street fi" This Company Leads the Way UNION MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company MONTPELIER, VT. Hereaf ter there will be NO ADVANCE PAYMENT ON MUTUAL POLICIES except a policy f ee of $2.50 Inquire of any of the following agents St. Johnsbury. Bai-net Danville Groton Hardwick Lyndon Peacham Ryegate Sheffield Wheelock Sutton Burke Newark Walden 1 Waterford A. B. Noyes George F. Winch J. E. Tinker M. D. Coffrin M. G. & E. F. Morse, Inc. Campbell & Blodgett W. N. Blanchard r Alex J. Smith . ' H. E. Davis P. O., Sheffield . G. M. Campbell P. O., Lyndonville H. L. Rogers H .H. Bullock Pxssnmpalc Lodge, No. 27, F. & A. M. Regular Communieation Thursday evening, Oct. 0 at 7.30. ' Birney L. Hall, W. U. Fred H. Dolloff, Secretar Haswell Royal Arch Chapter No. 11 Stated Convocation, Friday even ing, October 10, at 7.30. Bloomfield A. Palmer. E. H. P. RAYMOND A. PEARL, Sec. Palestine Commandery, No. 5, K. T. Stated Conclave, Tuesday evening, Nov. -lth at 7.30. Willard V. Orcutt, Com. A. M. Lang, Recorder. WhyNot? Buy Oysters and Fresh Fish where they make a busi ness of selling them. Thus you are assured of always getting fresh stock. Leave our orders for Dressed Poultry Cook&RoIfe 76 Railroad Street Miss Margaret I. W. Hermistone, Cambridge, Mass. Miss Emma L. Knowles, Somer ville, J. Miss' Cairie Sugden, Boston. Elastine li. Gilmore, Attleboro, Mass. Ruth C. Manchester, Winsted, Conxi'. Mrs. A. G. Barber, Reading, Mass. Miss Ruth L. Gates, Williainsville. Mrs. Mary B. Clapp, Malden, Mass. Mrs. Mary F. Bailcy, Newbury. Mrs. C. M. Lord, Gardner, Mass. Mrs. P. J. Hamilton, White River Junction. Mrs. Henry Marshall, Holyokì Highlands, Mass. Miss Mary M. Barrows, Tilton, N. II. George IL Redding, Northfield. Miss L. I). Parker, Warehouse Poiit, Conn. Rev. Geo. H. Locke, Waterbury. C. C. Holmes, Waterbury. Mrs. Lois S. Parker, Hardoi, India. Mrs. O. W. Bishop, Springfield. Mabel E. Pease, Springfield. Mrs. J. S. Harris, Gorham, Me. Alma M. Bugbee, Morrisville. Mrs. B. O. Spaulding, Newpoit. Mrs. J XV. Cross, Swanton. Mrs. David Gordon, Ilazardville, Conn. Miss Emily L. Harvcy, Kamp;.;e, India. Mrs. J. F. Wilder, Lyndonville. Mrs. J. L. Butler, Lyndonville. Lillian B. Mathewson, Malàei.j Mass. F. L. Nichols, Lynn, Mass. Mrs. H. Weidnian, Swanton. Mrs. A. B. Carpenter, Somervi'.'.c, Mass Edoca J. Sheldon, Westf.cld. Mrs. C. H. Cheney, Montccill, Me. Mrs. Beecher Cole, Fitzdale. Mrs. D. H. Thomas, East Conto (!. Paul Douglass, Lunenburg. Mrs. I. A. Ranney, Hardwick. Mrs. Wallace Merrill, Craftsbury. Mrs. G. F. Washburne, Brookline, Mass. Mrs. Charles Parkhurst, Somer ville, Mass. Mrs. W. W. Ward, Somerville: Mass. Mrs. A. L. Lamont, Somervill j, Mass. Mrs. L. F. Harrison, Pasadeni, Calif. Mrs. G. C. Davis, Dover, N. II. Mrs. Andrew Case, Lynn, Mass. Mrs. J..O. Sherburne, Montpelier. Mrs. A. F. Moody, Lynn, Ma. Mrs. M. F. Niles, Lynn, Mass. Miss S. B. Rich, Newton, Mass. Mrs. Edith G. Dorchester, Newton, Mass. Mrs. W. S. Smithers, Randolph. Mrs. W. L. Snow, Brookline, Mass. Mrs. Harry D. Hopkins, Water bury. Miss Carolyn Wright, Randolph. Clementine Butler, Prov'dence, R. I. Mrs. George W. Lock, Wat'ibury. Mrs. George H. Redding, North field. Mrs. Edith E. Sargent, North Haverhil, N. II. KELSEY SENTENCED TO DEATH IN ELECTRIC CHAIR (Continued frem page one) Kelsey was held at Waterbury for nearlv two months last summer for observation. He was given the Binet scientific test. Taking 100 per cent as a basis for normal mind, the experts found that Kelsey possessed the mentality of an 8-year old child or that he was 40 per cent normal. This was an educational test, how ever, and really did not determine his sanity. ' Kelsey had been married twice. His first wife and a child were drowned several years ago. His second wife is living but has not been to the jail to see her husband for severa! months The mother has called at the jail quite regunlrly to see her son and has brought him many fancy foods. Kelsey, who suffered a paralytic cimici jv few vears back, has a long criminal record. He has served at least one terni in prison and two terms in the workhouse. He has al ways been an.irresponsible sort.of a character. '-THURSDAY À larger range of styles will be in this week's sale, and every pair are new Fall Shoes and by buy ing Thursday we are giving you an additional saving from our low prices. Ladies' Black Kid Boots, Goodyear Welt, Louis heel, values$7.50, Thursday $5.95 Ladies' Tan Calf Boots, Goodyear Welt, Cuban heel, values$7.50, Thursday $5.95 Ladies' Gray Kid Boots, Louis heel, sizes 2 1-2 to 4, Thursday $5.95 Ladies' Brown Kid and Gray, with cloth top, Louis or Military heel, Thursday $5.75 Ladies' Black Kid Boots, Common Sense heels, Thursday $4.75 Also special bargains in Boys', Misses' and Chil dren's Shoes. It will pay you to come. Nolin Bros. Cash Shoe Store Cleansing and Pressing Done K PortagèTìres """" 111 1 r 3 Aai V Equìp your car with Portage Oversize Daisv Tread Tires then i f settle down for 6,000 and more long, happy miles. ' I y 1 " Built generously oversize and providea with an extra ply of fabrk, & Portage Tires really are unusually strong and husky. Il &ZZ2&zZ2 Ttt A 'Vrushion strip" extends fiora bead to bead treads simply can't 'shh fi ll lufa. ' Ioosen up. Many other good J ÌS I là'Jj-. Ayj ffZIIMKwSlJKw qualides let us teli you about X rofflflflìl ffi them and quote prices. M-s. Richards Vulcanizing Co? xlHw st Johnsburo' vt' . l ' ' MISS DUTIL IS BRIDE OF MR. BELANGER Prelty Wedding at Notre Dame and Happy Couple Leave for Boston New Dress Hats in Black Panne Velvet New Tailored Hats in Beaver and Plush Mrs. Gordon, Eastern Ave, An unusually pretty wedding took place today in Notre Dame ehurch when Miss Grazilla Dutil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Achille D'util of No. j 3 Bagìey Street, became the bride of Alfred J. Belanger. The bride has for ten years been employed in the locai exchange of the New England Telephone and Telegraph Company and held the important position of supervisor. The wedding took place at 9.00 o'clock, llev. E. C. Drouhin, pastorof the church, said nuptial mass. Hen ault's orchestra played during the mass and there was a special musical program by the mixed choir of the church. Dr. J. I). Bachnd sang "O Salutaris" during the ofTertory. The choir was in charge of C. A. Prevost. The bridal party was led by the honor maids Miss Marie Jeanne Car rier and Miss Jeanette Dutil. The bride was accompanied by her father, Achille Dutil. The bridesmaid was Miss Minnie Dutil, a sister of the bride, and the best man, Henry Bei anger, a brother of the groom. The bride was charming in a gown of white Georgette crepe with a veil trimmed with orange blossoms. She caVried a shower bouquet of brides' roses. Miss Dutil was a very pretty bridesmaid in pink satin with a hat to match and she carried pink roses. The Ibride was given away by her father. Following the ceremony there was a wedding breakfast at the bride's home attended by forty guests. Miss Minnie Dutil had charge of the guest hook at the home. The ushers at the wedding were Archie Dutil and Jules Dutil, brothers of the bride. The couple. received many hand some gifts including a silver serving set from the bride's associates at the telephone office, an electric chaflng dish from members ,of the Sodality of Children of St. Mary of which the bride was a member, and many gifts of cut glass, Silver and electric ap pliances from members of the family and friends. The couple was showered with rice and confetti at the church and again at the station when they left on the 2.45 o'clock train for Boston. They will spend a 'month on their honey moon going from Boston to New York and later to Montreal. The bride's travelling gown was of black silk pannelin with a seal coat with a feather hat and bag to matcTi. The groom is employed at the Fair banks Scale works and carne to St. Johnsbury . from Stanstead, Que.. Among the guests at the wedding from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Belanger, parents of the groom, from Stanstead; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fregeault of Rock Island; Miss Valerie Dearle, Miss Victoria Belan ger and Henry Belanger of Stans tead; Mr. and Mrs. E.. E. Charland and daughter, Bernadette, of Stans tead; Mr. and Mrs. James Lehoux of Littleton, N. H., and Mr. and Mrs. A. Carrier of Littleton, N. IT. U. V. M. Cym Burlington Wed., Oct. 15 8.I5P.M.- (Direction, C. A. Ellis) The World's Greatest Violinist Tickets $2, $1.50, $1.00, 75c. War tax 10 per cent Mail orders to A. W. Dow, Frec Press. Enclose remittance atid stampcd addressed envelopc. Public sale at Majestic October 11. ' ' "Si and from there we went to Japan' Knights of Pythias Regular meeting of Apollo Lodge, No. 2, Tuesday evening, at 7.30, Oct. 14. The Rank of Esquire will be worked. H. W. Clark, C. C. H. E. Anderson, K. K. S. Talk about adventures I Men in the Navy come home with the kind of experiences that most chaps read of only in the books. Here's your chance l Uncle Sam has, as you lcnow; a big Navy and gives red blooded young fcllows like you an opportunity to step aboard and "shove ofT". What will you get out of it? Just this: A chance to rub elbows with foreign folks in strange parts of the world. , I The chance for good honest work on shipboard the kind of work that teaches you something real; the kind of work that puts becf on your shoulders and hair on your chest. " ' You will get 30 care-free vaca tion days a year, not counting shore leave in home or foreign ports. You will have the kind of com radeship in travel that sailors know. You will have regular pay; over and above your meals, lodg ing and your first uniform outfit good stuff ali of it. You can join for two yeara,' When you get through you'U b physically and mentally "tuned up" for the rest of your life. You'll be ready through and through for SUCCESS. There'a a Recruittng Station right near you. lf you don't know where it is, your Post master will be glad to teli you. To any Father and Motharg In the Navy your boy' a food, hjalth, work and play, and moral waliara ara looked after by respontibla aipart. è ìhove off f Join tlie - AiU ...... , , iiiii. "