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CALEDONIAN-RECORD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1920
PAGE THREE ARMORY HALL, ST. ; JOHNSBURY ENTERTAINMENT BY THE , MUSICAL CLOBS 0f Norwich University (TheMilitary College of the State of Vermont) Under the iAuspicesVC$ìt? SII? Mandolin Club, Glee Club, Doublé Quartet, Orchestra, Soloists, Render, Specialty Acts. A Rattling Good Entertainment by a Cracking Good Musical Organization. . Concert 8 to 10 Dance 10 to 12 Admission : Concert 50 Cts. Dance 50 Cts. Tickets on sale at Brigham's, Stiles, the Republi can Office and the Armory. ' - New Victor Records February 1920 Caruso Vieni sul mar (Over the Sea) , , , The Bells of St. Mary's ' ' Romance Messiah Paglicci Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Menutt "Cellist" LaGitance Thy Beaming Eyes Dreaming Alone in the Twilight Keels, Popular Songs, Fox Ti-ots Ali these new releases today and moie for you to select from, Alda Heifetz Homer Johnson Johnson KincHer Krcisler Schumann-Heink Werrenrath Bailey's Music Rooms Phonograph Department MEN Have You Problems? "Man's Greatest Problera" will be Dr. Rees' Subject at a Mass Meet'ng for Men at the Globe TheatrcSùnday 3.0G P. M. - Music by Norwich University Musical Club. Come, men and bring your Chums . u - WHIZ Treat your Radiator Right. Dofi't let the cold and frosty weather, CRACK One of the most essential parts of YOUR CAR Whiz will not f reeze. In One Gallon Cans. Special Price. . . ' $1.29 a Gallon THE PECK COMPANY v Railroad St. St. Johnsbury JBAKER'S )GOA SU GOOD VP Breakfast Luncheorì l'f ; uinner sH,: ' iti Any Urne that any one wants a delidous drink with a real, satisfying, sustaiuing food value. Wle jguarantee ics purity and high quality. , We haye been making chocolate.and cocoa for nearly 140 years. n WALTER EÀKER&C0 st?t$s?.ed: DORCHESTEiUMASS WHITE RIVER I ! 1 ? ' WINS OVER COMPANY D In the fastest game played on the Sr. Johnsbury Armory fiqor ,thi sea son, the American Legion basket ball team from White River Junction de fcated Co. I), of St. Johnsbury by the score of 33 to 25. The game was fast ali through the three periods, none of the men having a chance to stali, for things were moving every minute. White River started right in with blood, their fast forw'ard scoring caged the first one for Co. D, and was. quickly followed by Morrison. The same tsvo repeated again in short time before Hanley, the visitors big center tallied. Emery then scored his first one, to be quickly followed by Morrison's. The first period end ed with the score 10 to 12 in favor of the locals, and was a fifteen min ute period. The sccond period which was of ten minutes, was the fastest of the three and ended 14 to 16 in favor of the visitors. In this period Morrison was the only locai man to score,' . Blood shot one. In the last period of fifteen minu- tes, the locals had to give way be ! foie the speedy playing and accurate j shooting of Blood and Hanley, both ! of whom scored four times from the I floor, making the final score from goals from the floor 32 to 24. Both sides scored one noint from fouls. Co.D scored five goals from the floor in the last period, Emery ' getting three of these, Morrison and Lam pher getting the other Jtwo. After about two minutes of play ing at the start of the game, Emery was cut in the nose from coming in contact with the pipes that run around the hall, and held the game up for ten minutes, whilc the cut was dressed. He pluckily rctumed to the game. It is hard to pick the best men on the locai team in this game, as they ali played hard to win, Ashton and Lampherplaying a hard steady defen sive game, while Emery on the floor was good. ' ' 'For the visitors, Blood's shooting was casily the feature, while Hanley's floor work, was- steady and showed a cool head. The game was a feature in ali de partments, and ali those that at tended went away satisfied that they b .id had their money's worth. ' Betwen the first and sectfnd peri ods, Referee Boisvert announced Co. L of Newport as the big aftraction for next Thursday night. The score I follows: j CO. D WHITE RIVER 1 Emery, If Manley, rg I Hawley, rf Hughes, lg j Lampher, c Haniey, c Ashton, rg Blood, lg I Morrison, lg Savory, rg ' Bacon, rg ! Goals from floor, Blood 9, Morri- j son, Hanley 5, Emery - 4, Savory, Hawley 2, Lampher l.Points on fouls, Co. I) 1 WHiite River 1. 15, 10 and 15 minute peùiods. Referee, Boisvert. LYNDON VILLE vMrs, , vIugene M,, Campbo)l of FaiihaveiiLMas., was called bore Thursday by the sei-ious "illness ' of her brother, W; F. Stoddard. Sherburne Campbell of the U. V. M. was in town the last of the week. , The Auxiliary of the Sons of Vet erans have their-regular whist party in V, r"..r.v..l IT .,11 Cl4 !.. jii uit; uiuiiii jujiiy utili un OtllUluay i evening of this week. j Lee S. Tillotson of Montpelier, for j merly Adiutant General, spoke in ; Munic Hall, Tuesday evening in favor I Of the movement towards General j Wood's candidacy tor president. He ; gave a short sketch of the general's 1110 and experiencos, and a forceful addresJ declaring the reasons why he is the foremost republican candidate before the public today. A branch of thè Léonard Wood Leagué was form ed, with the purpose of upholding his candidacy, and thdre are now. 106 members. The officers chosen are Dr. H.' M. Smith, president; G. M. Camp bell, George Kittredge, T E Wheeler, vice presidents; G .F Ferguson, sec retary; G. W. MacDonàld, assistant iseci'etary; J..L. Norris, ti-easure; W. r r 7 - li T J T t ir .j j vj. uiiiiu, ri. . i,ysie, il ivi Aiwooa, W. E. Humphrey, W. H. Parker, exe cutive comrr.ittee. During the evening a locai orchestra played ne music. This was composed of Mrs. Beattie, violin; Charles Stevéns, piano; He man BUrpee, coi-net; Homer Wilson, trombone; and Dr. F. H. Davis, bass. Mr. and Mrs. James McLane give a whist party for the benefit of St. Peter's church at their home next Wednesday evening, Feb. 11. The death of Mrs. John P. Carroll at Waterloo, Iowa, removes a lovely and gracious woman who was known in her girlhood to the pcople of Lyn don às Inez Vail, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Vail. She died arter a brief illness from encarditis, leav ing her husband, a little son three years old, and her father ànd mother. She ìs mos tpleasantly rememberedby the people here for her activc interest in ali good causes, and her thought ful, kind nature. There will be no services at the Bemis Memorial church next Sunday, 83 the pastor has been called out of town. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Webster gave a whist party of seven tables at their home Tuesday evening, for the Auxiliary of St. Peter's church. Frank Lynch is quite ili this week with hn attack of bronchitis, which is .'erv prevalent. Mrs. George Davis 'had a very se rious operation this week, but is as comfortable as can be expected. A trained nurse is caring for her at her home. The restaurant in the Grapes block ownèd by C. A. Randall has been sold to John Judge, who will combine the interest, fixtures, etc, with the Ville Cafe. The room occupied by the restaurant has been rented for other purposes. Little Jack Butterficld, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Butterfield, cele brated his 6th! birthdav Wednesday ich 11 of his play mates were invited. From four to six the little folks enjoyed games, a peanut hunt, ice cream, and a gorge ous birthday cake with six burning candlc-s, it being for most of them a first and delightful social experience. The V. I. S. dance on Friday even ing of this week is postponed until Feb. 13, on account of the Norwich Boys' concert Saturday evening. The proceeds of the dances are to go to wards a pavilion in the Powers Park, and the pnces are to be 75, 50 and 35 cents, ìnclUding war tax. Ed. Brown, formerly of this town, living on Pudding Hill, died very sud- denly at his home in Sutton Tuesday Mfs. Truman E. Wheeler has been spending a few days at her home in East Burke. Harold Whipple has been teaching in the place of Miss May Campbell, who is kept at home on account of Mr. Stoddai-d s illness. Oscar Phillips of East Burke has gone to work at the railroad shops. Mrs. Fred Shonyo has been in Bar- net lately, caring for an aunt, who is quite ili there. COWH CUR E of irai One Box of "FRUIT-A-TIVES" or "Fruì Liver Tablet" Brought RelieS S -ti , WIUIAM CALE SHtPHERO i pld Chatham, Columbia Co., N.Y. X. .'J waaholhcrcdwìlh Constipation, Liver Trouble nd Intligestiou for three years 5 and tried ali kiuds of medicine with no relief. I was so bad I would have a dull, heavy feeling in the pit of my stomach ; generally about threo oc four hours after eating. I saw advertised in the "Tmy Times" Fruit-a-tives' and sent to II. W. Scymour's drug store in Chalham and bought twcCOu. boxes. Beforo I bad finished one box, I was relieved and now have no more trouble. I can eat anything I desire. I would advise anyono in the samo condition as I was, to take 'I'ruit a lives' ; it is a God-send, and I would not be without 'Fruit-a-tives' iu tha house". 1 WILLIAM GALE SIIEPIIERD. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. Atdcalers or from FRUIT-A-TI VES Limited, OGDENSBUKG, N. Y. " Vermont Likes Itw MAYFIELD MARGARINE Equal to Fine Iìutler Mayfìeld Margarine has struck a responsive chord in Vermont. It is liked, not because of its reasonable price, but because of its quality. It is in demand for the table and for cooking. It meets the highest ex pectations in every respcct. Madc in New England By New Englanders For New Englanders THREE KINDS Mayfield Tintesi Mayfield White Mayfield Nut These goods are carried by ali leading grocers l Cross, Abbott Company White River Junction, : : Vermont x . Wholesale Distributors 16799 in New York City alone from kid ney trouble last Jfèaf. Don't allow yourself to become a victim by neglecting pains and aches. Guard against this trouble by taking COLDMEDAL r Ths world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladdgrf ild jùric-, acid troubles. Holland'S ' national remedy sinca 1696. Ali druggìsts, threo sizea. Guaranteed. Look for tk uni Cold Medal on urcry box and accept od imitatjoa , OF COURSE YOU'IX SEND A Val e ni ine You will fìnd the most complete line wTe have ever shown already for you. Come in and see them. , THE COWLES PRESS Eastern Avcnuc, St. Johnsbury The ladies of ths Univcrsalist ho-1 ciety met with Mrs. G. F. Ferguson, j Thursday afternoon to sew and enjoy : a social hour. Thresher's orchestra played for a dance in the Cable Hall Wednesday eveninjr, and Henault's orchestra will have one in the same piade Saturday evening. A son was born last week Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Walter. Miss Cardili of St. Johnsbury is the nurse in charge of mother and son. Clarence Grapes, the R F I) carrier on route 2, has been having an attack of the grip. A. E. Humphrey and wife have been in Melrose, Mass., this week to attend the funeral of a friend, Mrs. G. C. Hammond. Mrs. Leon Curtice has been spend ing a few days at her fornici- home in Newport. Mr. and Mrs. John Craig have mov ed from the Episcopal reetory and shipped their household goods to Lawrence, Mass. The interior of the Episcopal church is being repainted, the work being dono by J. F. Jock. ' Miss Marion Fishcr has been on the sick list the past week with a hard cold and bronchitis. Mrs. Ai Bean is one of the victinis of the prevalent cold and distemper. The Sons and Daughters of Liberty will have their regular whist party in the Grand Army hall noxr Monday evening. A special prize of two dollars is to' be given to the one who holds the highest score for the whole series when .these parties are ccncluded. Forty-three years in the same office and stili doing ' INSURANCE BUSINESS of ali kinds. Would be pleased to quote prices on any kind of a risk. Would a 50 or CO pdr cent dividend appeal to you on a five year Fire Policy? I have paid hundreds of them. HASTINGS 29 Main Street Telephone 11-W, or House 442-M l'aledonian Wanl Ads Pay READ THE CLASSIHEDS Classified Dept. WANTED WANTED Middle aged woman for general housework. Tel. 163-21. 191 tf W T E I Teamster and"Choppers . E. B. Wild, East Barnet, Vt. 193 tf WANTEDAT"OXCE KitchcìTgirl. St. Johnsbury House. 191 tf Najiol is an ideal nasal ointment. adv. Richards Vulcanizing Co. Modem midiine for mending ali inrls of Rubbprs, Rubber Boots, etc pf ua make over ; cur old rubber Calderwood Block, St. Johns bury, Vermont. WANTED Capable girl about 20. years of age, for general housework in family of 3, who have ali modem conveniences, in fashionable Boston suburb. Expenscs paid to Boston. Fór further particulars intuire J. Kaczer, 5 Bagley St. 190 3t WANTED Stenographer and book keeper by a St. Johnsbury firm. En (uire at the Caledom.in-Record of fice. " - 193-tf FOR SALE GOVERNMENT CLERKS exami"n7 tions in St. Johnsbury March C. Men, vvomen, 18-60. $100 monlh. Experi ence unnecessary. For free particu lars write John Léonard (former Civil Sei-vice Examiner) 1074 Equit able Bldg., Washington, D. C. 190-7t WANTED Twenty-five young wo men for large silk manufacturing company ncar Hai-tford, Conn. Ex perience not necessary. The work is steady, well paid, and under good liv ing and working conditions. Com pany boarding house for girla with board 'and room at 6.00 per Week. Transportation will be paid and board advanced. No labor trouble. Write if intfcrested and our represen tfttive will arrange for an interview. Àddress Cheney Brothers Employ ment Bureau, South Manchester, Conn. 190 tf FOR SALE Several sewing ma chines. One Singer $8. Several White and Standard; regular price $75. Will sell for ?28 and $42. Mc Lan's Music store. 188 tf BUICK 1917 roadster, 2 Buick tour-1 ing cars 191C, 2 Oldsmobiles 1916 models, 5 passengers. Ali in good condition. For sale. J. F. Adams, Tel. 157, Lyndon. 188 tf FOR SALE A few" fine' Pit Game Fowl, also 1 Dark Cornish Game Cockerel, and yearling hens. Price, a matter of correspondence. Address, A. Glenn Woolson, Old Colonial Farm, Springfield, Vt. 183-12t FOR SALE A few Rose Comb Brown Lcghorn Cockerels. Also one Tom Turkey. Thomas Stevenson, East Ryegate, Vt. R F D 1. 190-2t WANTED Ten fnst-class brick masons at Fitchburg Yàrìf Company job open shop. Come ready ior work or address J.H. GROZIER CO. P.O. Box 153 Fitchburg, ' : Mass. St. Johnsbury Inn Railroad Street. Steam heated rooms First-class Board. JONES & WATSON, Proprietors BOWLING AND BILL1 ARDS Softdrinks, cigars and . cigarettes JOS. McCAFFREY 92 Railroad Street Steam-heated roomst WANTED Kitchen woman at Sherburne's Restaurant. 188 tf WANTED Pupil nurses and at tendants at the Taunton State Hos pital. Wages $35 per month with maintenance. For particulars dress, Dr. Arthur V. Goss, Supt, Taunton Stato Hospital, Taunton, Mass. 181 tf FOR SALE One S. C. R. I. Red cock erel, Owen Farm strain. Perley W. Fetty, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Phone 493-M. 190-lw TO RENT TO RENT Six room Pearl Street. tenement, 3!) 182 tf FOR SALE 100 acre fami in Water ford, will sell with stock or without. 15 Cows, 3 Calves. Joseph Boutettj Waterford. 178-lm TO RENT Thvnfl Tnnm tfnpmpnt. ad- Iftiro. location. A. B. Dow, 12 Eastern Ave, 184 tf ' MAN WANTED ON FARM Must be good milker and teamster. White Birch Fann, St.' Johnsbury, Vt. , 190-1-w- WANTED Second hand Victrola. Phone 127-2. IjL! WANT1) Washing and to do at home. Tel.. 233-1. WANTED Restaurant, -Waitress at ironing. 188-1 w th(TStar 188 tf LOST LOST Gold prayer beads between Clay Hill and St. Aloysius church. Finder leave at this office. 188 tf WANTED A cook at Un- derclifFe. AdpIv to Mrs. Frank H. Brooks. 189 tf WANTED Girl for general house work. Would like one that eould go home nights. Mrs. Harry Cfirr, 105 Main Street. 189 tf WANTED Dishwasher Restaurant. at Ideal 1S5 tf jrj, UPTURE 1 I gnarantee every trnisa I Gì f to bold the rnptc-re perfect- - ly to be wy and comfort blé,1 to give complete Mtls U fiction In every wiy." WELCOM B. EASTMAN Construction Help Wanted Three steam drill runners, three steam drill helpers, two drill blacksmiths, ten rock laborers, ten carpen ters. Long job, good wages. Apply, write or phone, Bar ry, Cashman Co., Inc., St. Johnsbury, Vt, or cali Mr. Drisko, Supt., Tel. 84-4. Tel. GG8. 183 1-w FOR SALE Nice home, ali modem improve ments, 23 acres, land new house, barn and garage, spring water, 40 thous- and fect lumber, 2 miles from the plain. Fine homo in center of village with barn and garage, well located for rooming house, which would give an income of $100 a month. Chas. E. Kirk, St. Johnsbury FOR SALE Read This Twice ' On best residontial Street in St. Johnsbury, two tenement hoouse, sep arate entrance, first class repair from top to celiar, ali hardwood floors down stairs, quarti-red oak stairway,. very large spacious perdi, with at--tachable scrcrn, open fire place, fur naco, full bath with open plumbing, electric lights, gas, .storni Windows and scieens, large extra lot besides garden. Must sell at once; you can save money by seeing me now. A. B. Dow, 12 Eastern Ave. Tel. one.