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CALEDONIAN-RECORI) THURSDAY, MARCII 25, 1920
Evening Caledonian AND RECORD Etablished 1837 Publisher daily, except Sundaye Evento? Caledonian Publishing C: 125 Eastern Avenno Herbert A. Smith, Editor fcad Publisher 8t, Johnsbury, Vt Telephony 680 i deprived the Legislature of ita óìigi- nally (fURFunt'ced i-ijht to elect United i Mates benators, estublishin the di-j j rect election of Senators throujrhouti ; the country, so that this year ali the' votinjr nien of Vermont will ehooso! ( hy direct ballot a United States Sena- ; tor, instead of huving hitn elected by i the Legislature as hefore the ndop ! tion of the so-called direct election of 'SAYSSHETHREW HER MONEY AWAY Senatore amendmenr. NewTiort Record Ortlce. Room No. S I Artide V of the Federai constiti! and , tion lays down the rule for changing the contract between the states. No one state can cliange that contract, but three-fourths of the states voting co- By mail, 4 a year; aix j lace of it tnat a state constitutior three months, $L DehT- COuld exist in confiict with the Feder- t ! ni niiiit itntinn. Fnr rlp.'ivnpss: v.'f print herewith Artide V: "The . Conjrress, whenever two- Root Block, Ncwport, Vt Tel. 175 or 173 Richard D. Howe, Editor Advertising Manager TERMS months 2 ered by carrier in St. Johnsbury fiO centi a month. Ali iubscriptioni by crder of the goyernment are pay able in adrance. Ai membera of the Associated Press that organization is entitled ex cluRÌTely to the use for rtpcblica- tion of ali news despatches credited to it or not othewise credited in thir paper and also the locai news pub lished herein. AH right of republi cation of special despatchu herein arf also reserred. Entered as second-class mattar May I, 1910, at tbe post efflce at Bt Johnsbury, Vermont, andar the aet af March S. 1879. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920 j SUNNY SQUIBLETS Mrs.Parker Spent Hundreds Seeking Health Tanlac Restores Her St. J. Acadcmy Romance Brings Wedding In West (Conlinued froni Page 1) j thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose aniendment I to this constitution, or, in the appli- cation of the Legislatures of two thirds of the seyeral states, shall cai! i convenion for proposing amenti ments, which, in either case, shall bt valid to ali intents and purposes, a part of this constitution, when rati fied by the Legislatures of three fourths of the several states, or bj conventions in three-fourths thereof as the one or the other mode of rati fieation may he proposed by the Con gressi provided, that no amendment which may be madc pnor to the yeai oi)e thousand eight hundrcrt nnc eight shall in any manner affect the first and fourth clauses in the ninth section of the .first article; and that It is claimed the politicians bave alno state, without its consent, shall be io', of brass, but they can't use the ' deprived of its equal suffrage in the Lrass rail as much as formerlv. ! Se""te" . . t , - f. j The closing sentence of the sixth ' . . I section in chapter two of the Ver- -c is going to be hard to teli wheth-j 1T,0nt constitution reads as follows: e;- the arrangement of war criminale I "Rut thev have no nower to add to. in Germany is a liial or a popularityi alter, abolish, or infringe any pait oi cor-test Although many peonie are very ir regular in their working habits, they are very punetual in callin ai-ound for their pay. this constitution." éthose who are tiying to delay j'the inevitable enaetment of the na tional suffrage amendment until after the next election claim that the chiuse just quoted forbids the Vermont ' j Legislature to act on the nationai The politicians deny that they are amendment because its terms con doinjr nothing to reduce the cost of.flict with the suffrage terms of the living, as they are talking against iti Vermont constitution. But there are "My troubles have been complotely ovcreome since I began taking Tanlac and I uni enjoying the best health I have hatl in twenty years," said Mrs. M. Parker, or 423 lEajt Third St., Los Angeles, Cai. f "I spent several thoisand dollars for medicines and treatments," she continued, "but it was just money .hrown away, for I never got any re lief fi-om my sufTering until I com menced taking Tanlac. I was practi- cally an invalid for twenty years and ali my trouble was caused by the ling sliocs that contain inferior mat reat part of the time I was confined to my bed, simply too weak to be up. I could eat but very little, and that tlisagreed with me so I sulfered terribly from gas. To make matters worse I was attacked by rheumatism in my arms and legs, which caused me no end of pain and misery. never got a good night's sleep and be- came cxtremely nervous. "Well, I have just finished my fourth bottle of Tanlac and is won- derful the way I have improved. Why, I feel so well and strong I do ali my housework without the least trouble. Last week I actually did the family washing and it has been many years since I did a thing: like that My appetite is fine and nothing dis agrees with me. I sleep restfully and get up feeling refreshed evry morn ing. The rheumatism has entirely disappeared and Tanlac deserves ev erjr bit of the credit." TANLAC is sold in Landry's Drug Store, liailroad Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont. , adv. bearci- was a chìirming addition to the hridal party in his white outfit. He carried the ring in a small yel low basket. . After the ceremony a wedding sup per was served, covers having been laici for 11 relatives at n tablc pret tily done in the chosen colors, yellow and white, tulips and smilax having been used profusely. Later in the evening Mr. and Mrs. Nelson left for their wedding trip, which will tfonsist of a trip into Iowa, where they will visit for several days. after which they will return herc for a day before going on to Iìyegate, where their new home will be. On the trip cast they will make visits at Buf falo, Hartford, Conn., Bridgeport, Conn., Providence, R. I., and New Y'ork City, their pian being to be in Ryegate about Aprii 1. The bride's going away suit was a spring model of the popular checkered rtiaterial, while her hat was a largo black af fair. The bride's gift to her bridesmaid was a handsome string of jet beads, while Mr. Nelson presented his bet man with a green gold watch chain and knife. Mrs. Nelson has been employed by the E. and T. Fairbanks Co. as a stenonri apher, and she has madc many friends in this city. A number of pre nuptial courtesies bave been givep, while a group of friends from her eastern home recently sent a showsr of beautiful pieces of handwork. Tbe marriage is culmination of a school romance, the young people having attended St. Johnsbury academy at Catarrh Cannot Be Cured wmii LutAL Ah-fLlC'ATJO.NS. us they ina nai oi ine UIBeuM. CnUrrli l iocM dlseaae, ureutly ln nuencej by tonstltutloiml tonunUiim. ami ti oriler to ture it you muitt uke un Intenuil reinedy. Hall C'utunh Medi- . . 1URC iniernuy una uets thril me Diooa on the mucous surfaces of the preHcribed by one of the beat physlcians ia.tuu",ry Ior yar- lt is coni posed of lome of the best tonica known, comblned with some of the best bloo.l iiuiinrr. ine perrct combiiiatlon of the Inffredierit in Hull's Catarrh Medl- i-iiio i wnai produces such wotuierful results in catarfhal coiidltions Send for tcetinionlals. free l3,; CHKNEY CO.. Props., Toledo, O. Ali UriiRgiits, 7Sc Hair Family Villa for conatlpatlon. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY rO-LENT Seven-room apartment from May lst to Novcmber lst. Tele phone 99-J. 23.1 tf LOST Wrist watch with black ìib bon bractlet. lìeward if returned to this oflice. 253 tf EXTRA FINE Ili I. Eggs-for hatching. Can accept a few more ord- ers for Aprii delivery. 1). L. Wells, ." Elliott St., St. Johsbury, Vt. Phone! 44U-1Ì. 233-241 :: FOR SALE Overland Auto, l'Jlt model, run 5000 miles, in fine sharie: Piano box buggy, road cart, new diiving harness, old driving harness, at 71 Concoid" Avenue. 233-tf FO R"SALE One W hite Wyandotte breeding Lockerel 210 egg strain, thoroughbred English bini direct from The Pennsylvania Poultry l'arni. Two Imperiai Ringlet Barrcd Plymouth Rock breeding Cockerels direct from E. B. Thompson. S. J. Buibank, 0 Cliff St., St. Johnsbury, Vt. " 233-238 St. Johnsburv. Vt.. the fornier homol-- . of the bride, who graduated from that I C ANTEI) Two table girls, Hotel school in 1917, Mr. Nelson having fin- Lyndon, Lyndonville, Vt. 233-238 ished a year before. Mrs. Nelson's ' 1 in ali their specches. Motto of a large part of the popu lation: If you don't do any work to day, you are suie to have something to do tomorrow. VERMONT AND WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE The objection urged by Gov. Clem- two blind spots in the eyes of those who use this arg-ument. The first is that such reasoning would mean that Vermont could never vote for or against any Federai amendment, for ali Federai amendments alter the pru existing constitutional relations be tween Vennont and the national gov- crnment, else there would be no need fn.- nmpnflment of the contract be- cnt and others that Vermont cannot ' tween the states. ratify the national suffrage amenti- The second is that ratification by ment because of a peculiarity of Ver- ! the Vermont Legislature does not mont's constitution does not seem to mean that Vermont thereby adds to. us tenable. alters, abolishes or infringes any When Vermont became a state she part of our .state or national consti- agreed to the contract otherwise : tution known as the United States constitu tion, the most remarkable document ever devised by the brains of states-men.- Following that document one will find the preamble to the various amendments which reads as follows: "Aiticles in addition to, and amend ment of, the ' constitution . of the United States of America, proposed by Congress and ratified by the Leg islatures of the several states pursu aht to the fifth article of the originai constitution." And then follows 18 chUnpres that have been made in ex actly the way that the women of the United States are proceeding with their . suffrage fight. The Rèpublican party pledgcd its life, fortune and sacred honor to the 13th, 14th and lóth amendments that aboljshcd slavery, defined and pro tected manhood suffrage, and enfran chiscd the negro. In 1913 this sanie process of amend ment to the constitution was extended the taxing power of the Federai gov ernment by giving it the right to levy, direct income taxes, which were forbidden by the originai constitution. Vermont was not one of the 36 rati fying states, but Vermonters are pay ing their income taxes today just the same. Again in 1913 Vermont ratified an amendment to the constitution which wedding dress was also her graduation dress. Mr. Nelson is engaged in farming and the couple will reside on a fami. Best wishes will accompany the young people to their new home. Special Train to Woodsville Game No one state Legislature alone can do that. But the law of this land defined by the fathers in the originai constitution, which every govejnor and state Legislature is sworn to up hold, does provide that three-fourths of the states acting as cooperative units, form a mass power which can change the national constitution, and antomatically thereafter any con flicting clause in any given state constitution simply becomes nuli and void. Ohio's constitution declarcs today that every votcr must be "white" males. It has never been changed in that respert since the negro was er. franchised by the lóth amendment af ter the Civil war. The effect of the word negro in Ohio's constitution was automatically nullified when three fourths of the states, Vermont among them, ratified the l"th amendment. The only change in any state con stitution resulting from ratification of the Susan B. Anthony amendment will be the automatic nullification of the word "male" as a qualification for voters. Ali other qualifieations remain in force applicable to f emale citizens as now applied to male citizens, and the state retains its power to set up any qualifieations it deems best, but these qualifieations must be applic able to both males and females. in lore'gn iands. 1 he leaders are Mrs. F. E. Farmer and Miss Shields. Insurance Service Station Wives sometimes object to life insurance. Widows never do. Neither husband nor wife ob jeets to an Endowment which both enjoy in old age. Inquiries in regard to "THE BEST INSURANCE SERVICE" cheerfully ans wered by personal cali or by mail if you prefer. NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY A Vermont Company A Mutual Company W. W. Sprague & Son, Geni Agents, Pythian Bldg., . St. Johnsbuo', Vt. 11 Foreij?n 3Iissionary Meeting: Friday Evening- The union foreign missionary mect ini? of the North and South churches will be held in the vestrv of the Soidli church on Friday afternoon,! Those who go to Woodsville tomor March at three o'dock, Stereop-1 row n'Kht on the sPeeial train to soe licori elldcs will be shown, illustrai-' thc American Legion-Woodsville j ing the -Battalion of Life" in the! basket bal1 Bame a,e 8Uie to Kct thei, j 'Ci-usatio of Compassions." Those i1"" .money a woith n sport ine who have been unable to attenti nanv sPeclal tra.ln. leav?s at.G-"?. 0 c .ek of the ::tudv meetings this winter will ; morrow night. ootisviiie cieteate.i flnd this an opportunity of getting a e stìon TVu T r V ,u ,1 t n,!v..i ! the score of 33 to 19. The clls Riv- .......... 4 ..o ,.,., . u T;,t CI IU! I c.-.jviiiiiciiì. ui ine uanc Allll. writing of the game said: "Whethcr it was the intention of Barre when they carne over to play as dirty a game as possible it is im possible to state but it can be truly stated that in every mix-'up that Barre was the aggressor and played in such a manner that any live team with red blood in their veins would have reserited it and retaljated as mudi as possible. Walking on a man when he is down, biting an oppon enti fingers, tripping, etc, are not exactly basketball, yet these were the main tactics of a few of the Barre players. Out of courtesy to the city itself, we will state that we do not believe that this .aggregation is a truly rrpresentativc one." Pythian Sisters Hold Enjoyable Meeting Clover Tempie, No. 1, Pythian Sis ters, held a meeting in'the K. of P. lodge Toom Monday evening. The Sisters have recently purchased their own degree uniforms for the initia tions and 10 Knights and two sisters joined that evening. Mrs. Hattie Bates, Past District Dcputy, and two Sisters and two Knights from Lyn donville were at the meeting and spoke after the work. The gathering closed with refreshments and ali had a most enjoyable time. uamze Floor Finish Fot ali interior varnish work slairi, Jloors and furnilute Kyanize Floor Finish will please you. It is easy io appty diies quiclly with a dutable, easily clcaned lur (ace that bringi out the naturai beauty o( the wood. Try Kyanize once. IJ -- stft renimeli i THE PECK COMPANY TONIGHT! Take "Cascarets" if sick, Bilious, Constipated. Ejijoy life! Straighten up! Your system is filled with liver and bowel poison which keeps your skin sallow, your stomach upset, your head dull and afhing. Your meals are tuming into poison and you can not feel right Don't stay bilious or constipated. Feel splendid always by taking Cas carets oecasionafly. They act with out griping or inconvenience. They never sicken you like Calomel, Salts, Oil or nasty, harsh pills. They cost so little too Cascarets work while you sleep. Optlmlitlc Thouflht Better have an open eueuiy thaa a ineerine friend. Burpee's Seeds row SapIB ickete We unexpectedly have for sale 1000 Galvanìzed Sap Buckets with covers. THE PECK COMPANY St. Johnsbury, Vermont Do You Waltz Do you One-Step? Do you Fox Trot? Ali right, meet me at FAIRBANKS INN Saturday night and we will have the best time of the year. Dancing- from 8 to 12. . MUSIC BY MkWilkies Orchestra 50 Cents a couple. i Extra Lady 23 Cents LADIES ATTENTION! We have in stock flower seeds as follows in packets and collections: Burpee's Sunrise Mixture, Flowering Spencer, Sweet Peas, Fordhook Doublé Astcrs, Snapdragons, Candy tuft, Nasturtiums, Phlox, Doublé Morninp Glories, Gladioli Bulbs, Fordhook and Goff's Hybrids. Eveo thing in garden seeds. A. E. COUNSELL&SON Phone 218 TOMATO and Pepper Seeds Should be planted now. Do your ówn paini testing Get a small can of ordinary paint and a similar can of HIGH STANDARD LIQUIO PAINT Apply the two side by side on the same kind of surface, You'll see how much farther UlOU STAXDAttD gOOS. Thea figure how much less paint you'll need if you uso llkin ijxAsuaiiu. Asti fur color card. Stafford & Stevens "The Paint Store" Prospect Ave See Counsell's PiMUapals Lodge, No. J7, I, A K Annual Communication, Thursday evening, Aprii 1. Election of officers. Called Communication Thursday evening, March 25, at 7..10. Work on E. A. degree. Full attendancc dc sired. Visitor wc'eome. Birney L. Hall, W. M. Fred IT. Dolloff, Sccretary. Annual Convocation Friday, Aprili !, 7..;0 p. m. Llection of officers. II. A. PEARL, Secretary. March 20, 1920. Palestine Commandery, No. 5, K. T. Stated Conclave, Tuesday evening, March SOth, at 7.0 P. M. Business. A good attendance is desired. Willard V. Orcutt, E. Com. A. M. Lang, Recorder , MORRILL'S SHOE STORE WILL BE OPEN FOPv THE NEXT SIX DAYS Remaining stock to he sold at very lovv priecs. Every day will be a special sale. Ladies' White Shoes, Boys' Rubbers, Children's Stockings, Ladies' $8.00 Shoes, Boys' Shoes, Children's Shoes, Leathers, Shoe Nails, Rubber Heels, $1.20 to $2.50 .72 .30 $4.25 $2.00 to $4.00 $2.00 to $3.50 at cost B. W. MORRILL 101 Railroad Street NEW EASTER HATS The styles you want to see before yoif buy your new hat. Cali and look them over. AT THE FORMER Folsom Millinery Parlors Under proprietorship of Mrs. Mudgett and Mrs. Waite Save Goal, Save Dust and Dirt, Save a lot of Hard Work By using one of our newest Oil Stoves. The New Simmons and New Perfection Oil Stoves and Bolo Ovens on exhibition in our windów. Consult us as to prices. H. J. Goodrich Railroad Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 2(D)(D) Era mrjTEED -AT- , j Fairbanks Scale Factory Skilled or Unskilled Good chance for Young Mcn to grow up with s prosperout business and sccure a permanent position. 4 APPLY ÀT Factory, St. Johnsburyv Vt.