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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, FRIDA Y, OCTOBER 31, 1919 Evening Caledonian AND RECORD Established 1S37 Published daily, except Sundayi Evening Caledonian Publishing Co, 125 Eastern Avenue Herbert A. Smith, Editor and Publisher St. Johnsbury, Vt. Telephone 6C0 NAME "BAYER" ON GENUINE ASPIRIN TERMS By mail, ?4 a year; six montha ?2; three months, $1. Deliv ered by carrier in St. Johnsbury at 50 cents a morith. Ali subscriptions by order of the government are pay able in advance. Safe, proper directions in each "IJayer" package As members of the Associated Press that organization ia entitled ex clusively to the use for republica tinn nf ali news desoatches credited to it or not othewise credited in this , paper and also the locai news pud lished herein. Ali rights of republi cation of special despatches herein are also réserved. 75 ATTEND GRANGE AT IRASBURG Éntered as second-class matter May 1, 1916, at the post office at St. Johnsbury, Vermont, under the act of March 3, 1879. FRIDAY, OCT 31, 1919 No Band (Brattleboro Reformer) Senator Martin S. Vilas of Builing to:i discussed the League of Nations before an audience in Barre lasi Fri day and the Montpclier Argus arises to say that thcre was no competition by the band. The "Bayer Cross" placed on tab- lets means you are getting true 'Bay er" Tablets of "Aspirin" proved safe by millions of people the genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for over eighteen years. In evcry handy "Bayer" package are proper directions for Colds, Head ache, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neuritis and for Pain generally. Tin boxcs of 12 tablets cost Only a few cents. Druggists also sell lar ger "Bayer" packages. Aspirin is the trade fark of Bayer Manufacturc of Monoaceticacidester of Salicyli-cacid. E. A. SafFoid trapped a bear on Beechnut vidge in Gallup Mills last week, and while he was resetting his trap, A. E. Gallup, who was with him, shot another bear, which was feeding nearby on nuts. ' , mmmu Extraordinary Coat Values For Men Wrm Durabi In- ' spansiv just the thing for knook-tbout every-dy eot, BASE BLACK BEAR COATS Steele, Taplin & Co. ) W. À. Taolin Prop. On The Hill NONE GENUINE WITH OUT THE NAME "CHASE" , More than 75 persona attcndcd the meeting of the l'omona Grange and the Black River Valley Grange which was 1ield in Irasburg ali day Thurs day. The meeting was a huge suc cessi in every way. The afliliation of the Memplvema gog Grange of Newpwoit and the Maple Valley Grange of Albany with the Pomona' Grange took place . at this meeting. Sixteen members from the Newport Grange sent in applica tions to join the Pomona organiza tion. A large number of those prcsent took the secret of the fiflh degree. There was an excellent literary pro gram. Miss Bejtha Holden of the Exten sion service of Burlington dclivercd an ad'iress to the gathering which was greatly enjoyed by ali. There were readings by Mrs. John Carpenter of Irasburg and F. E. Simpson of Glover read an tssay composed by himself. The singing by the grange was of a high order and registered a big hit with those présent. An elaborate b&nquet was served at noon. There was a large variety of food and cveryone enjoyed the din ner immensely. Governor's Letter Angers Ex-Soldiers (Continued from paga J) there is no opportunity for taking on an additional supply from other states at the present time. "I know of no deserving cases in this state which have not already re- ceryed careful attention and care on the part of friends, relatives or vari our service committees in communit- ies." 1 Chairman Lee S. Tillotson asked the Governor if he wished to make any further statement. The Gover nor, visibly affected, declared that in his letter he had no thought of say- ing anything against the Vermont soldier, whom he held in the highest esteem. Pres. John M. Thomas of Middle bury College was elected commander of the Vermont brandi. ' The conven tion was addressed by Brig. Gen.M. E. Stewart. PLANIMI! TWO STEAMERS ONLAKE "MAGOG" Newport Chamber of Com merce Considers Pian lo Boom Summer Trade Bringing with him plans for the formation of a company to operate two lake steamers in our beautiful Memphrenigog waters during the summer months, Captain .1. C. Reed skipper of the steamer "Woburn" a pleasure boat in Lake Megantic, is in Newport attempting to interest the Chamber of Commerce and other business orgunizations in his scheme. Captain Reed in an interview with a staff correspondent of the Caledon ian Recoi-d declared that he had been pursuaded by several parties in a shipping company to operate two boats, one leaving Newport every day and the other leaving Magog each morning. If this company if organized, Cap tain Reed bus arranged to take over the "Anthemis," which is owned by A. Clark of Georgeville. If this boat was secured it would be necessary to build another steamer. It is impos sible to secure a second hand boat and biing her into this lake becausc the water falls at the outlet will noi' permit this. Lake Memphremagog plunges nearly G00 feet into the St. Francis river at certain points and with this tremendous fall of water of course it would be impossible to bring a boat from St. Francis into this lake. Captain Reed addressed the direc tor of the Chamber of Commerce Monday evening. The proprietors of the locai hotels were also present at the meeting and listened to his pleas for the proposed scheme. The chamber was about evenly di vided in their views on his proposi tion. Many believed that money should be spent for the construction of a new hotel in Newport before any large sum was plunged into a boat JUST RECEIVED FRESI! STOCK OF Whitman's AND Park & Tilford Chocolates and Confeclions We have some Jewelry, Silverware, etc, left, suitable for Christmas gifts at sale prices. li The Simpson Pharmacy The San-tox Store 53 Main Street . St. Johnsbury, Vermont OUR NEW STOCK OF DUDB! i IIAS ARRIVED Now is the timo to buy choice Vegetables fresh ly canned. Canned Corn ; Canned Succotash Canned Tomatoes " Canned Pumpkin Canned String Beans Canned Spinach Canned Shell Beans A few more sets of Mixing Bowls left. Five for $1.00 A. H. GLEASON CO. "THE Service Grocery Store" St. Johnsbury, : : : : Vermont Mahogany Mantel Clock " A thing of Beauty and a joy forever." Moreover, a thing of Utility. In ali Beauty and Utility combined to render that degree of service which may only bc 'des cribed as Utmost. Let us show you through our clock stock. LURCHIN & LURCHIN "The Quality Jewelers" Eastern Ave., Saint Johnsbury, Vermont company. Others believed that Cap tain Reed's pi'oposition should be given consideratiOn and looked into it to see if it had merit. The new boat is calculated to carry 500 passengers and will be up-to-date ip every respect. It is planned to have both boats 'make daily trips and also to hold excursions each night and Sunday afternoons. 'This would be a fine thing for the people of Newport as it would give them a chance to spend their evenings during the hot summer months oh. the lake. At pre sent there is no chance for the busi ness men of the city to take "their families on night excursions on the warm summer evenings, Capeain Reed informied the repor ter that several prominent men of the city had agreed to take a certain amount of stock in the new company while others believed that a hospital was the first thing that should be considered. It was suggested that Captain Reed in addition to canvass ing Newport snould look to Magog, Bridgcport and other outside places to purchase some of the shares in the company. Captain Reed said: "How can you expect to build your city when there is no chance for tour- ists to get on your beautiful lake. The way the boat is being ru.t now the pleasure seekers can npt be ac commodated. The boat is now being ìun from Magog only and this gives the people of Newport no chance to take excursions on the waters. "Your visitors will stop off only long enough to get a bite to eat and then will speed on into another city. If you had two boats on the lake they would stay bere and enjoy a trip down the lake on one of these boats. "There is one thing certain you cannot expect people to stop here long enough to benefit your mer chants by their trade unless you have accommodations for them on the lake Newport would be twice the town it is now if you had a good boat service t between here and Magog. "I have talked with Mayor Gardner and C. F. Bigelow, president of the Newport National Bank and several other prominent men and they are very enthusiastic over my pian. "I have also talked with the hotel proprietors of your city and they are very much in favor of the proposi tion. They have ali agreedto build additions to their houses if the pro position is put through." S. Culins, proprietor of the Derby Line hotel gave Captain Reed a letter of introduction to Col. C. S. Emery, to whom he first told his 'story. The j r'lrinol licfnnnrl tri ViìiYi nnrì miirlf nr-l ranROinents for him to address the directors of the Chamber of Commerce. Bubjeet of chortbreac, soineso nnd freshness, however, are not on Mio populur with Scotch auil Mugliali I Ulti. j "But, good as was the old-faslw loned kinU," reinuilicil ouk- Iioalessi ine oniy ìeaiure that rucommend them. - A stili greator eonsideration is the fa et that National Biscuit uiNi.iii,y jh umici.s oiiviaic tuo neies- il was so e.urenit-iy'nun tliat tlffl:y lor mixiii;; nati liakin;; at home, heavy tante litigureU long after eatCl'al any womaii who Iimm njieut a iu"'" tSSSSÉÉÌSSj of 'lu'r thae in the "Well." k;,!,! lìPtr . '-!fmniìS cvoii l'or a Kinall faia- I if5Vtej,io'i(i"a'-N 1;"""':4 tl' comfort, ofiu-ieiioy aiid SaBW-coiioiny di liuyii).; tiiesc uuifunuly .:.a!UimJidu..ty.-' Iiil' to me l:i.;t week." i'c"mpi.n.i ietsy. ".sin: told ino that it was J'ing w.o when the kitcheu iii' h cf lur timo that pet a haute to !d to reallv How far short- msi differ- L's thrt bak- 13 uncertam. But it 13 certain that LORNA D O O N E Biscuit in- troduced an entirely new LO UN UOOtlt bread dates back .. . ..ni HniWfMliCVnlliHr shortbread quality in better flavor, in better texture, and in absence oi over-nchness. The name LORNA DOONE is on every biscuit. Sold by the pound and in the famous In-er-seal Trade Mark package. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Uneeda Biscuit li I l of him. tieulnr that he cr wants them as if he stood the oven door." ics, inai me iienuiy 01 n National Biscuit Couiiuuy produets they re aluays ready uiUt and day and al ways'f retili. Their rcadi- f ea led oned what make it will sur- many you can Uad says 'they y, l'ut ito not "sate-ify." ' That is been use there is just enough rich ness to them, aud no more. Appe tite k'uds oii aud ou unti only thu A fall from a tree, which rerulted I Cider appies are stili being Sii'pped in an injury to the spine, causerl the I from South Londonderry and already death Oct. 14 of little Nicholas Josier, I over $6,000 has been paid there for son of Mi-, and Mrs. Nicholas Jo ;icr this Kecmiagly unimportant l'arni t---" of South Strafford. . I duct. Mrs. Kate C. Dutton of Gainesville, Fla., has given to tlie town of Towns hend, a new town hall, the cost of which will be slightly in excess of $30,000, which is also to be fitted with a clock and beli at her expense. The old town hall was burned in May, 1018, and Mrs. Dutton is to replace it in memory of hor husband, who was once an instiuctor in the Lcland and Gray seminary in that place. The town furnishes the site nnd Mrs. Dut ton provides for the remainder of the expense. Work on the building will l'ommencc this week. Up In The Eorning! Particularly these nice frosty mornings. We have tlie ideal solution for this annoying ordeal. A Nice New ELECTRIC Reflector Heater Attached to any lamp sceket, using no more elec tricity than a fiat iron, immediately sends forth its CLEAN, ODORLESS, COMFORTING HEAT. A good substantial, nortable heater, that can be carried to any part of the house. .4. , Cali In and See Them Twin State Gas & Electric Co. Passnmpsic Lodge, No. 27, F, & A. M. Regular Communication Thursday evening, Nov. 6, at 7.30. Birney L. Hall, W. M. Fred H. Dolloff, Secretary Haswell Rovai Arch Chapter No. 11 Called Convocation, Nov. 7. Work P. and M. E. M. degrees. Stated Convocation, Friday even ing, Nov. 14, at 7.30. Bloomfield 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. Knights of Pythias Regular meeting of Apollo Lodge, No. 2, Tuesday evening, at 8.00, November 4. , H. W. Clark, C. C. H. E. Anderson, K. R. S. Army Work SIiods Men's Tan Grain Blucher Cap Toe, Two full Soles and Heel. Extra good Shoes for farmers and ali outdoor laborers. Sizes 6 to 11. Sent any- where. Postage paid. Nolin Bros. Cash Shoe Store "Huylers" Candies Apollo Chocolates Page & Shaws Ali Fresh and Fine at BRIGHAM'S DRUG. STORE Successor to C. C. Bingham St. Johnsbury, : : : : Vermont SATURDAY NIGHT and SUNDAY DINNER Salad, Chops, Oysters, Steaks, Home-baked Beans, Home-baked Fastry AT THE OLD STAND SHERBURNE'S RESTAURANT Many of our Fore Fathers used to bank on the "Almanac" It read "Oct. 25 to Nov. 25; Expect Snow about this time." This brings us to the POINT t Steel Long Handle Round ' . Long Handle. Square Malleable D Handle ' ' ? Split Wood D Handle 75c each These Shovels are well worth $1.25 And can be used for ali purposes. i Special while they last. First, first served. li IiIKIj) ST. JOHNSBURY, VT.