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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, SATURDAY, ÒCTORER 18, 1919
Evening Caledonian
L AND RECORD
Established 18S7
Published daily, except Sundays
Evening Caledonian Publishing Co.
125 Eastern Avenue
Herbert A. Siith, Editor and
Publisher
St. Johnsbury, Vt. Telephono 6C0
TERMS By mail, ?4 a year; six
months $2; three months, $1. Deliv
ered by carrier in St. Johnsbury at
60 cents a month. AH 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
paper and also the locai news pub
lished herein. Ali rights 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.
SATURDAY, OCT. 18, 1919
SAFETY FIRST
The versatility of the travelling
man is proverbiai and now it seems
that a jui'or in the Long trial had his
life saved. at the Montpelier House
Friday morning when he thought he
was choking to death while eating an
egg at his breakfast. The commercial
traveller shouted "Hold him boys"
and then grabbed the frightened man
by the throat. His mouth opened
automatically to get some air and the
stranger thrust his hand into the
juror's mouth as far as his wrist.
The egg, etcetera, followed the line
of least resistance down the man's
aesophagus. In the meantima a doc-
tor hud arvived, but his services were
not needed. Whether the juror had a
Storage egg or a chicken will never
be known, but he recovered suftìcient
ly from his gentle treatment to re
sumé his seat on the jury panel Fri
day morning.
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ST. JOHNSBURY LOCALS
The many friends of Supt. V. II.
Young will bc ghid to learn that his
condition is move favorable than enr
lier in the prescnt week. Edward
Young returned to his work at Har
vard College Friday night.
Mrs. W. C. Howe was given a six
course dinncr at the home of ber son,
Charles Howe of Peavl street in ob
servancc of ber 78th birthday. The
hist course included a hugc birthday
cake.
Guy W. 'Hill, Esn., is in Hardwick
where he is counsel for the defénd
ants in the chancery case of Frank
Fountaine, et al vs. James II. Odgers
and wife. This suit is over a real
estate deal in Hardwick. The case
is heard by Harry W. VVitters, speci.'.!
master, and Mrs. Elmer Hooker is
the reporter. The attorneys for the
plaintiffs are W. A. Dutton, M. P.
Maurice and F. G. Fleetwood.
The many friends of Albert A.
Ricker, who has been one of the rep
resentatives of the First National
bank of Boston at Shanghai, will
be interestcd to learn that he arrived
in San Francisco, Oct. 13. His moth-
er was thore to meet him and has
wired home that she found her son
in good condition and that they will
remain in Los .Angeles for a few
weeks and reach home bcfoie
Thanksgiving.
'HIS MAJESTY, THE AMERICAN"
NE WEST FAIRBANK'S FILM
READ ALL THE ADS
Saturday Night and Sunday
Steaks, Chops, Salads, Home-made Baked Beans,
Fancy PaWry.
OPEN' ALL NIGHT
SHERBURNE'S RESTAURANT
THE OLD STAND
Faultless Wearever
Rubber Goòdi
The finest line of Rubber Goods on the Market
today.
AH goods guaranteed
Prices conservative with quality.
BRIGHAM'S DRUG STORE
Successor to C. C. Bingham
St. Johnsbury, : : : : Vermont
The new cafe will be just as its name implies
Ideal.
It will be the place to drop in for lunch or for a
regular meal.
It will be the place where you can have . a ban
quet or wedding party breakfast.
It's the place where automobile parties will find
just what they want to eat.
Watch for the opening by its new proprietors. ,
miKe Pniiiins ana Gompany
Soon to be the most popular place in Northern
Vermont. 1
THE IDEAL CAFE
The White Spot on Railroad Street
- 66 Railroad Sereet
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DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in "Itis Majesty. the American
The first motion picture to be made
by Douglas Fairbanks, as a member
of the "Big Four" United Artista
Corporation to use its full name
has been delivered to New England
theatres.
The United Artists Corporation is
macie up of Mary Pickford, Charlie
Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks and 1).
W. W. Griffith.
The first picture to be put out by
this new giant organization is "His
Majesty, the American." The plans
of the company are so full of prom
ise of better things ali around in the
motion picture business, that theatres
the country over have been most anx
ious to secure the first production to
be made under these ideal conditions.
Marjory Daw plays the leadhvg ie
male role in the picture and Frank
Campeau, Sani Sothern, brother of
E. H. Sothern, Lillian Langdon, Al
bert McQuarrie and other notables
are included in the cast.
In addition to a company of high
salaried actors that in themsel-i
guarantee splendici support for th-j
agile "Doug," "His Majesty,. the
American" is said to have cost a for
tune in point of actual production.
Mi-. Fairbanks has set a mark
wliich it will be hard to approach in
settings for his new picture. Money
has been spent lavishly in providing
the atmosphere necessary for the suc
cessful portrayal of the story but the
ìesults have completely justifiea the
tremendous outlay.
Edgar Healy, special advance rcp
resentative for the F. Ray Comstock
and William Elliot Theatrical Enter
prises is in tow i "ananging for the
presentation of "Oh, Lady, Lady," at
the Colonial Saturday, Oct. 25.
This is the splendid musical pro
duction which leaped into instant
popularity at the Princess Theater,
New York, where is played for over
a year and it is promised that it will
be produced here just as played dur
ing the record engagements in New
York, Philadelphia and Boston.
Shave Yourself
Shaving helps here of every
sort and especially Safety Raz
ors and old style razors of the
best kind. We can suit any
man who wants a good service
able razor no matter what his
chòicc may be. Ali are guaran
teed. : tot J iiliJ
Shaving Soap,
Shaving Cream,
Shaving Sticks,
Shaving Lotions.
Whatever you shave with we
have what you want, and the
price is right. Many helps to
make shaving easy and plea
sant and keep your face in good
condition.
Welcome B. Eastman
Reliable Pharmacist
36-88 Eastern Ave.
CASTOR IN FIRST
AT CON CORD, N. IL
(Continued from page 1)
hours a.id 48 minute.-!. The horses
started on their kist leg this morning,
though it is possible that the judges
will add another day with additional
features.
The time of the horses stili in the
race follows:
No.4, Castor, 40 hours; No. 7, Bob,
40 hours !) minutes; No. 9, Kingfisher,
42 hours 15 minutes; No. 10, Princo,
41 hours 48 minutes; No. Il, Ched,
41 hours 48 minutes; No. 15, Rustem
Bey, 40 hours 5 minutes; No. 10, Khe
yra, 40 hours 40 minutes; No. 17, Ra
mia, 40 hours 4!) minutes; No. 18,
Halcyon, 41 hours, 5( minutes; No.
19, Crabbet, 42 hours 19 minutes.
I-
We Sell
Government Inspected.
Did you ever stop to
think why?
Weeks & Barrett
Main Street Market
Automobile
Insurance
A. B. Noyes Insurance Agcncy
Inc.
CITIZENS BANK BLOCK
ST. JOHNSBURY
Locai News
Miss H. M.. Spaulding returned
Friday from a three weeks' vacation
spent in Randolph, Rochester and
Boston. ,
A. B. Dow's real estate agency has
sold the John Woods place in Kirby
to William Kirkpatrick of St. Johns
bury. I. G. Marshall will sneak at the old
North Danville meeting house Sun
day morning. He speuks at the jaU
service at three o'clock.
Marshall F. Montgomery of Pali-sades-on-thelludson
carne here to
attend the funeral of bis cousin,
Marshall Montgomery. Mr. Mont
gomery was graduated from the St.
Johnsbury Academy in 1889.
The dance given by Henault's or
chestra at Leclerc's hall last night
was a big success. Ninety-four cou
ples enjoyed the dancing and were
delighted with. the excellent music.
The competitive examination for
appointments to the United States
militarv and naval academies will ho
held at Norwich University Univer
sity m Northneld next Wednesdav at
9 o'clock. The appointment will be
made by Senator Page.
Hallowe'en Social for Masons and
their families. Masonic Tempie, Oct.
Slst. adv.
Carne to St. Johnsbury Ten Years Ago
Has Had Trouble Ever Since
John Campbell, of 59 Railroad St., St. Johnsbury, Vt. who has lived
in this place ten years and who is a well known shophand, says: 'I suffered .
with kidney trouble for thirteen years. I carne to St. Johnsbury ten years
ago but my trouble didn't let up. I had terrible headaches, was dizzy and
v.as short of breath. I had severe pains in my back and hips and my kid- 4
neya bothered me so I would have to get up six times during the night. I
was nervous and trembled and I realized I would have to get some reliéf
somehow. I began taking Goldine and it certainly took hold of my case in .
the right way. I had taken less than oe bottle when I got relief from my
kidney trouble. I onlyhave to get up once every night now,
and I feel mudi better and stronger since talung Goldine.
Ask Mrs. J. M. Clark about GOLDINE for liver ,
trouble. :
Goldine is sold by the following dealers: Brigham's
Drug Store, Welcome B. Eastman, Frank G. Landi-y C A.
Searle & Co., Simpson's Pharmacy. Also throughout the '
county in Passumpsic, Bai-net, West Earnet, Peacham.East
Peacham, Jlyegate, East Ryegate, Croton, Danville, West
Danville, Walden, South Walden, North Danville, Hard
wick, East Hardwick, Greensboro Bend, Sheffield, Wheel
ock, Lyn'ìon Center, Lyndon, Lyndonville, Burke, West
Burke, East Burke, Sutton, Concord and North Concord..
Jn case your dealer does not stock Goldine, ask him to :
secure it for you through the Burlington Drug Co. of
Burlington, Vt.,,or Gibson-Snow Co., of Albany, N. Y.,
Mrs. ,T. M
T
WANTED Man to work in meat
market and deliver with team. La
point Bros. 97 tf
Knights of Pylhìas
Regular meeting of Apollo Lodge,
No. 2, Tucsday evening, at 8.00,
Oct. 21. The Rank of Knight will be
worked.
Lunch will be served.
II. W. Clark, C. C.
H. E. Anderson, K. K. S.
Passumpsic Lodge, No. 27, F. & A.
M.
Special Communication, Tuesday
evening, Oct. 21. To work the M. M.
degree.
Regular Communication Thursday
evening, Nov. (i, at 7.30.
Bimey L. Hall. W. U.
Fred H. Dolloff, Secretar
Has well Royal Arch Chapter No. 11
Stated Convocation, Friday even
ing, Nov. 14, at 7.30.
Bloonifield A. Palmer. E. H. P.
RAYMOND A. PEARL, Sec
Palestine Commandery, No. 5, K. T.
Stated Conclave, Tuesday evening,
Nov. 4th at 7.30.
Willard V. Orcutt, Com.
A. M. Lang, Recorder.
Brown's
r Store
Ciga
United Cigar Store
Agency
High-Grade Cigars
Tobaccos Cigarettes
Smokers' Articles
and Candy
Guns and Ammunition
49 Main Street
St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Green Mountain Seed
Officially certified by the State of Vermont to be disease free savo
for 3 per cent leaf roll.
This season, when whole shipments have been disqualified be
cause of rot, we have found only three rotten potatoes in digging the
first thousand bushels. These potatoes are a heavy yielding strain of
the very finest table quality.
We have been requested to keep this seed within the State and
Will therefore ship immediately or accept orders for spring delivery
when accompanied by half the amount of the order, buyer to stand
shrinkage.
Smal llots $3.00 per bushel. Reduction on larger quantities.
THE DIMOCK ORCHARD,
East Corinth, Vt-
Three Deaths
When the head of the family
dies
First-HUSBAND
Second FATHER
Third INCOME
We will insui-e that income in
the
Provident Life
& Trust Co.
See 1PEY&CUMMINGS
We also sell Fire and Accident
Insurance
8 Portland Street,
Brunelle Block,
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Clark
This Is The Season For
To say nothing qf other game large and small.
By the way the wild beast seen in the Peck Co.'s
window this week will not bite. Therefore, bring
your children and let them study this animai at short
range. (And try to guess what it is.ì
If we get the one we are after? Shall have a
Bear in a few days. We have Guns and Traps
enough to get about 11 Bears, 27 Deer and Moose,
34 Foxes, 7200 Musk Rats and 1 Chipmunk.
Now are YOU going to get your share of this
game ? Step lively.
AMMUNITION Sure to fit every Gun.
Some say a Fox Fur is worth $50.00 you know.
The Peck Company
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
8 Thoroughbred Black
and White Holsteins
ALL FOR SALE
Sire, Maple Mont King; record 30 4 pounds but
ter seven days. Milk test 40G.
21 Young Cows great producers.
13 Yearling Heifers. '
16 Heifer Calves from 4 weeks to 12 months old.
Ali above at reasonable prices.
5 Bull Calves from seven months to a year old.
2 Baby Bull Calves, I will let them slide at half
price if taken away this month.
Reason for selling: Short of barn room for so
many and must sell something.
H. E. WILSON
H NEW STAR RESTAURANT
y The White Spot on the Avenue
The best place in the Northern part of the state.
Famous for the sanitary prepara tion and the variety
of the food they put up.
The only place for Broiled Live Lobsters, etc.
Just received a shipment of Live Lobsters, Cape
Scallops, Little Neck Clams, Mackefel, Halibut, Sal
mon, etc. We cook, garnish and serve them at any
time and in any style.
OUR TURKEY DINNER ON SUNDAY
It's a Specialty at 75c
Also we give the very best attention to Catering
Parties.
QUALITY, QUANTITY, CLEANLINESS AND
SERVICE
TIIAT'S THE STAR RESTAURANT
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOIl SALE Two tenement house,
barn and garden, near the scale fac
tory. Price $1,050. Small payment
down. Ninety acre farm with farm
tools and sugar place. Price $1,200.
Forty acre farm, sugar place equp
ped for 250 buckets. Price $1,800.
Small payment down. Ten 15 and'
20 cow farms, ali stocked with good
buildings and running water. Meadow
farm', 15 acres, near the village. Price
$1,200. II . A. Bryant, Real Estate
agent, St. Johnsbury. 97 tf
T75-RENTTenement . with garage
17 Summer street. 97-lw

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