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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, TIIURSDAY, MARCII 25, 1920 COLDSbreedad Spread INFIUEK KILL TUE COLD ONCE WITH CASCARAbf QUiNINE Standard colj rcxejy far 15 year in tacici jarrr. iaic, sure, no epiates òreaks Uì a c-jld in 24 , nours teiìcfez grip i-? d3V. Money back i: it failv. The nenuins box hai a rea a;i( v. i t li f,:r. mire John H. Nelson Died at BarreOn Sa t in da y (Continued l'rom Tape 1) Tinwick, r. Q., June 18, ÌSÓI), being the ori of Michael and Margaret (Manne) Nelson. He spent bis carly life in that place and at the age of 18 years caino to St. Johnsbury whers he learned the granite cutterV traile under Capt. Robert Laird. He :-pent nine years in that oecupation at St. Johnsbury and moved to Darre in 1800. Soon after cornili"' to Earre he en gaged in the granite business with Michael Noonan as a partner. After a partnership of sevon years the corp oration was formeci that he has broli at the head of for so many years. The corporation built up a largo business and was one of the best known ot the older firms of Barre. In. 1886 he 'married Mary Anne Comuskey of St. Johnsbury, who fu: vives him, together with their four children, John T. Nelson of Earre, Miss Mamie A. and Cari J. Nelson of Philadalphia and Miss Kuth Nelson of Barre. He al.so lcavcs two sis ters, Mrs. James Brown of Barre, and Mrs. Margaret Coveny of St. Johns bury. Mi. Nelson was widely known throughout Barre and the granite in dustvy and he leaves a largo number of frionds. The funeral was held at St. Moni ca's church Tuesday morning at - 9 o'clock and the body was placed In the tomb at Elmwood cemetery until spring when it will be taken to St. Johnsbury for burial. Army Offers Chances for Enlistment Sergt. Tomlingson, head of the re cruiting station at -11 Railroad Street, has received word that enlistment s and recnlistments in the motor tran -portation corps are authorized. Any men over 21 are eligible for enlist ment and the quota is 3,000. The War department has also sent word to Sergt. Tomlingson that the Sigimi Corps needs radio and tele graph operators on the Washington Alaska military cable and telegraph system. Any interested in this brandi . of-th&KOvernment seivice should visil, Sergt. Tomlirtgson's office. Lift off Corns! Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone costs only a few cents. ,Vith your fingersi You can lift off anjr hard corn, soft corn, or corn be tween tbje toes, and the hard skin calluses from bottom of feet. A tiny botile of "Freezone" costs little at any drag store; apply a few drop upon the com or callus. Ins tantly it stops hurting, then shortly you lift that bothersome corn or cal ius right off, root and ali, without one bit of pain or sorer.ess. Truly! No bumbug! WANTED FOR SALE Good building lot situ ated.on East Side with four rods frontage and nearly twice as deep. Applv to Percy Foster at the Boston Clothing Store. 231-2n5 WANTED Competent housekeeper for small family. Cali, phone or write Mrs. H. E. .Somers, Newport, Vt. Phone 231 tf "V tv k "V -usi imi Newport Business Directory S.-W..F. HAMILTON Dentist CAMPBELL X-RAY SERVICE Office hours 8.30 to 12 and 1.30 to 5 Tel. 45- Lane's Block W. O. Brown, M. I). Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat 91 Main Street, Newport, Vt. Appointmcnts made by mail or telephone for examination of the eyes for glasses. Tel. 180 Newnort Vt Leo IL Mclver, D. O. S. Optometrist and Optician Afrpointmcnts made by mail o tclcphon to bave examinations made of the eyes for, glasses. Ronihan block. Tel 243-21 Newport, Vt ST. JOHNSBURY Locai News Carlyle Sargent was taken to Brightlook hosjiitsi! Wednesday af tornoon where he was oiierated on fo. appendiciti. The operatimi was very successful and Ma-. Sargent was to day resting very comfortably. The attack was very sutlden and Mr. Sar gent was playing with tho Sargent Bios, orchestra at the artnory on Tuesday evening. His brother, Paul, is playing violin at the Globe Theatir timing the formcr's illness. Meni bors o! the American Lcgion have taken prompt action to earry on the work o! the Eastor Ball, of which Mr. Saigt nu was cliaiiman. His many frionds hope for his very speedy re covery to excelknt health. Giace Mrthodist Brotherhood hold their annua! meeting at 7."() this eve ning in the assembly rooni. J. S. But tles ol Drandon, comniissioner of in dustries, w ill speak on some of the in cidents in his state work and George C. C'ary will speak on maple sugar. Later in the evening some of Mr. C'niv's famous product will be served with doughnuts. The frionds of Bev. C. C. St. Clare, a St. Johnsbury Academy graduate and former Congregational pastor at Moriisville, will be interested to learn that he has resigned as pastor of the First l'rcbyterian church at Pori Henry, N. V., to accept the work of directorship in the newly-or-ganized dopai tment of industriai re lation at the mines in that town of Wetherbeo, Sherman & Company. Elder Léonard Peterson is canvas sing St. Johnsbury in the interests of the church of Lattei' Day Saints which is better known as the Mormon church. The Ailington Whist club mot with Mr. and Mrs. Luther E. Foster on Elliott stroot Wednesday night who re bere were four tables. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hoar won the first piize and Russell E. Lowrey the consolation prize. Refi eshnients were served and a delighttul social hour war; enjoyed. Remember tho whist party and dance at the Grand Army hall to night at 8 o'clock. Music by Mrs. Wil kie's orchestra. Plico 13 cents. adv The Wells River girls' basket ball team will play the St. Johnsbury Academy girls on Friday evening io the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium at 3 o'clock. T;.e Junior High school orchestra and glee club journeyed to St. Johnsbury Center on a straw ride Wednesday night and contributed songs and selections for tho ente'-- tainment given by the Center School. There was an excollent program and a splendici spirit manifeste:! among the boys and cirls from both school. The whole affair was a success in every way. Miss Tourtelotte and Mr. Smith accompanied the clubs. RECENT DEATHS ORRIS PADDOCK HASTINGS On-i.s Paddock, wife of J. H. Has tings, died at her home in Minnea polis on March 20, aged 86 years. She was born in the Paddock home stead in Paddock Yillage, Jan. 15, 1834, being the daughter of John C. and Charlotte (Lovell) Paddock. Tho others in this family were her three brothers, Hanlin, Charles and J- Al bert Paddock. She was educateti at St. Johnsbury Academy and taught IllliMi: 1U1 ti aiiuu lumi; Newbury Seminai. In the late six ties she went to Lacon, 111., whcre she taught for a time. Returning later to St. Johnsbury she afterwards was teacher of music at St. Johns bury Academy froni 187G through 1882. After her resignation she con tinued for several years with private pupils. She was married in the fall of 1892 to Hon. J. H. Hastings of ! Waitsfield and lived for many years after her marriage in that town. Tcn years ago she went to Minneapolis where she has silice resided. She was a frequent and welcome visitor to St. Johnsbury in recent years and a lady who kept in dose touch with her old friends. She is remembered by many as a lady possessing a strong person alità', deeply interested while a resi dent hore not only in the musical life but in the best things in the commun ity. JOSEPH G. SHUFELT Monday evening, March 22, at the home of his son, Clinton P. Shufelt, in South Walpolo, at the age of 94 years, 4 months and 28 deays. In tcrment at Lyndon Center, Vt. Mr. Shufelt is survived by two daughters, Mrs. P. Q. Mandigo, Can ada; Mrs. Frank J.v Moore, Quincy, Mass., and four sons, Clinton P., South Walpolo, Albert E., Brooklyn, N. Y., Arthur M., Norfolk, Thomas N. Medford, Mass. Dr. Harry F. Hamilton DENTAL SURGERY X-Ray Service CAMPBELL HOSPITAL UNIT Onice hours: 8.C0 to 12, and 1.30 to 5 Tel. 278-2 Gilman's Block E. H. HOWE Successor to Howc & Stowe REAL ESTATE, NEWPORT Tel. 175 . Root's Block Valuable Reproof. The reproof of u pond man resero blos fuller's carili; It ut only remoiea the spets from our cliaracter, but It Monthly Meeting: of I Locai W. C. T. U.j ' The W. C. T. U. meeting for March was held at the Mcthódist church Saturday afternoon. March .20. The deA'otionul service was led by Mrs. Elsie M. Harvey and Mrs. Kate M. Ruggles presidcd at the or I gan. Mrs. Ruggles sang a solo en- titled "Have I Dono My Best?" Reports of secretary and treasurer were given and a letter concerni ng the Girls' Community Club was read. A leariet on Christian Citizenship was read by the secretary. At this meeting th e sum of S25.20 was add- j ed to the Jubilec Fund, and it is hop i ed mei? will be added later. Mi ). Xottio Dean was receivoij as a new member. A very helpful paper on "Tho Con servation of Youth," was read by Mrs. E. E. Roy. It was shown th:.t seientific temperance instruction in the schools is stili necessary. Thougli there is a tendency to relax effort in this direction, the effect of alcohol on the system should be taught evon more thorougbly than other branch es The cigarette habit was describe 1 as one of the grcatcst perils faci'.ig America today. The executive board will meet at the home of Mrs. Elsie Harvey, Fri day afternoon at 2."0 o'clock. Miss Bingham Heads Y. M. C .A. Locai Drive The Vermont Y. M. C. A. Coun cil jannounces the organization of a coimittee on vocational information foivyoung womon and girls. The per sonncl of the committee is as follows: Chairman, Mrs. W. L. Wasson, Dean of Women, University of Ver mont. Secretary, Miss Marion Thompson, Burlington. Miss Elea nor Ross, Dean of Women, Middlo bury College; Miss Lucy I. Cheney, Rutìand, Miss Helen M. Stono, Bel lows Falls, Miss Eliabcth P. Van Pat ten, Burlington; Miss Josephine Webster, Burlington; Mrs. E. A. Linderholm, Burlington; Miss Kath erine Bingham, St. Johnsbury; Miss Miss Bessie Cudworth, Montpelier; Martha Pratt, Bcnnington. This committee is to act as a clear ing house for information on voca tions open to women and on the best ti-aining schools for special work, tho refiuirements and opportunities there. The committee will meet during tho first week in Aprii, when Miss Flor ence Jackson, of the Appointmen. Bureau of the Women's Educational and Industriai Union in Boston will be in the state to speak at Middle burv College and at the University Ì of Vermont. Miss Jackson was a j pioneer in vocational guidance, and is an authority; she comes under I the joint auspices of the Y. M. C. A. ! nnH iho poìlpfre.s. "DANDERINE" PUTS BEAUTY IN HAIR Girls! A mass of long, thick, gleamy tresses Let "Danderine" save your hair and doublé its beauty. You can. have lots of long, thick, strong, lustrou.-; hair. Don't let it stay lifeless, thin, scraggly or fading. Bring back its color, vigor and vitality. Get a 35-cent bottle of delightful "Danderine" at any drug store or toilet counter to freshen your scalp; check dandruff and falling hair. Your hair needs this stiniulating tonic; then its life, color, brightness and abundance will return Hurry! Premier Theatre Newport, Vt. TODAY, THURSDAY "When Went Dry" HAROLI) FLOYI), in "HIS ROYAL SLYNESS" TOMORROW, FRIDAY SHIRLEY MASON, in "THE FINAL CLOSE-UP" CHAIILIE CHAPLIN, in "A DAY'S PLEASUI1E" BURROUGH'S ORCHESTRA Bearcat IERV0US SYSTEM SHATTERED "Fruit-a-tives", or Fruit Uver Tablets Cave Reliei - 8S5 G baxt St., Bcffalo", N. T. "I Lavo been Paralyzed oa tho vbolo right side siuco Aprii 80th. I referrod the case to a pliysiciau vbo wrote me, adiisìng the use of Tiuit-a-lives'. I would not bo without 'FruW-a-'' tives' for anything ; no more utroug cathartics or salts ; jjo more bowel trouble for me. recommend 'Fruit-a-lives'' to ali I foci more like 40 tirau G2, wbicb I bave just passed". . WM. II. OSTRANDER. COc. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial sizo 25c. Atdealersor from FRU1T-A-TIVES Limited. OGDENSBUKG N. Y. Newport Woman's Club Discusses School Problems IfContinuod from page one) Miss Doris Philps and Miss Haiel Gates. Supt. Hamilton said that j while the larger educational ,ue-:- tions were of interest, those which concernei! our own home city were tho most vital to us. He compared tho moderr. methods of teaching wi'.h thosc of years ago. Beginning with the lst grades ho doscribcd the methods of developing ! indopondence, courtesy and polite ! ness, then the grasping of words, ! their meaning and connection. The encourageir)ent of independenco jf thought, as promoted by the remov al of many of the so-called crutchos of old-time methods. In his explan ation of the teaching of number work by story and pictures, his hearers girt the impression that tho road to learn ing is made much more alluring than in the days ot long ago. Mr. Hamilton also spoke of the overcrowded condition of the present high school and the need for a new building, one large enough for t'no I present, and for future expansion, with the proposed new high school ! building it would be possible to add the courses in music, domestic science and many other desirable ones .which are now impossible. The plans of j Architect Walker of Barre were on exhibition, and Mr. Hamilton ex ! plaincd certain changes suggested by Commissioner Hillogas, which would reduce the cost nearly one-third. Mr. Hamilton also told the club that M". Hillegas had on his visit here this week approved the site selected by the building committee on Field Ave., about where the Tea House now stands. Miss Ruth Annis explained in a very clear and interesting manher tho method of writing and teaching of wiiting by the now widely accepted Palmer Method of business writing and penmanship, telling something -of the physical training necessary to se cure a handwriting that emhodies the four essentials, lcgibility, rapidity, easc and endurance. Miss Hazcl Gates, representing the coursc oli Industriai Art, introduced into Newport schools in 191!) said in the part, "Industriai Art" to the child is ohe of the most interesting studies of the most interesting- studies of tho school curriculum. It is the founda tion for doniestic science for the girte, in reality it is domestic science on a small scale, and for the boys it gives commercial designing and con structive work of ali kinds, and to both it gives a clear idea and appreei ation of the artistic way of doing the everyday tasks. Miss loris Philps, teacher of music in the city schools, as a prelude to her talk, sang most charmingly two songs, My Task, and Wake Up. Miss Philps said "ali children love to sing, and nearly ali children can be taught to sing. Ntver teli a child he can't sing, for then he will become discouraged and will not try." Miss Philps thought it regrettable that the teaching of singing was dropped when entering high school, especially for boys who had less incentive and loss opportunities outside the school : than had the gnis. ! Miss Daisy Whito and her boy or ' chestra contributed greatly to the r.f ternoon's enjoyment. The boys play I ed with much precision and nicety of . expression and their execution refloets ' great credit on both their ability and i painstaking concentration of elfort. i The members of the orchestra are, !"M. Arken, Norman Lothrop, Vernai : Bowen, Preston Lee, Norman Tice, rEvcrett Bernard, Walter Dailey. The 1 youngest member is only ten years 1 old. Early Sugar Making I In This Vicinity I The farmers have begun operations in their sugar orchards this week, but the snow is so deep in most of their orchards that they could not take advantage of the good run of sap the past two days. George C. Cary has the pipe system in his orchard on the ' Sprague farm at North Danvillo and hai already made 150 pounds, but few have done as well yet. The indi cations point to a good sugar season And like everything else in the pro duce line the price will be high. NEWPORT LOCAL Mrs. L. F. Kay is being cared for by Miss Gertrude Monili, nurse. Miss Dorcas Judkins loft 'ednos- day for St. Johnsbury, where she will spend. her vacation. DO NOT WANT WILSON FOR THIRD TERM ' WASHINGTON, March 23 Both democrats and republicans cheered ,a sUitement in the Housfc today by Rep. Humphreys, democtat of Mississippi that Pres. Wilson should make an im mediate announceitient that he wns not a candidate fov a third terni. "Under no circumstances should Mr. Wilson ask for re-election," sai,! Mr. Humphreys in recomnicnding passage ot an amendment liniiting prosident eligibilit to one terni. MAINE ELECTS DELEGATES THAT FAVOR WOOD BANGOR, Me... March 25 Four dolegates to, the Ropublican Nation al convention unplodged but under stood to favor Gen. Wood was elect ed by the State Convention hore to day. Vermont Company Issues Stock Dividend The, first Vermont corporation to issue a stock dividend from their sur plus sinco the docision of the United States Supreme court that such wn not subiect to the income tax is tho Mcad Manufacturing Company ot' Burlingon that has filod an .affidavit with the Secretary of State piòpos ing to issue 500 sbares of stock at par value of $100, $50,000, "from the sur plus and undivided profits" Incroasing the capital from $50,000 to -100,000. The directors signing the papers are C.'L. Woodbury, George M. Power?, ani! E. Pi Woodbury. Held for Violatine Prohibition Ordersi Fred Webster Grant was arrested i at the Pleaso U Theater by Offìcer Wallace at the roquest of Charles H. folby, probation officer at Lynn, Mass. Mr. Grant was charged with failure to support his wife and two children and has lived in St. Johns bury for the past eight months un der an assumed name. He has been working at the scale factory and oth er places before the oflieers locateti him because of his assumed name. He was placed in the county jail and an ofììcer carne here from Lynn Wed nesday to take him back to Lynn. American Leffion Boys Deserve Better Support (Continued from Page 1) Easter ball and work in every way to make the first public affair of the Le gion a huge financial success. The ex-soldier boys ave not asking charity They aie willing to work for what they get. They are offering a fine Ford touring car as an inducement f for those who do not care to dance ; to buy a ticket to their ball. The earnest effoils of the Lcgion j jboys deserve the generous support of i I every citizen. Buy at least one ticket ! and as many more as you can afford. j EAST BARNET 1 Mrs. Helen Cammoll and son, Ed-1 win.recently visited her mother, Mrs. i Mary Hoffman at Lyndon. I William Main has finished work j here and has gone to Danvillc. SHE BUYS LESS SINCE SHE DYES "Diamond Dves" Turn AH Her Old, Faded, Shabby Apparel into New I)on't won-y about perfect results. Use "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to j give a new, rich, fadeless color to any Use Diamond Dyes, guaranteed to cotton or mixed goods, dressos blouses, stockings, skirts, children's coats, feathers, draperies, coverings. The Direction Book with each pack age tells so plainly how to diamomi dye over any color that you can not make a mistake. To match any material, have drug gist show vou "Diamond Dye" Color Card. At 1 FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 26 ...', ' . ' - 1 Charlie Sorella, of fieivnort - ': VS- . ' ' Vouiig Jordan of Boston Both men weight 1 ló pounds ringside. A fast match assumi. Star Preliminaries ' Start at S.Ì5 Sharp Admission 50 Cents plus war tax. Ringside 75 Ladies Invited. t , . . . . - - - It is a goo.l liahit to koop a box of BrìppsIonlliolatod-I loarhouml OuighDrops in volli pocket or where you can get then nt: any time. Tliey stop a coligli, relievc an irritated tbroat and prevent hoarseness. C. A. BRIGGS CO. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Macera of Brigg' Boston Vafer JOHN HANCOCK MUTUAL Life Insurance Co. BOSTON, MASS. Showing Condition of the Company Dee. 31, 1919 Assets, $186,563,667.02 Liabilities, $177,856,659.17 Unassigncd Funds, $8,707,007.85 Insurance in Force, $1,232,806,587.00 Total payments to policy-holders since organiza tion plus accumulated policy reserve held for their benefit, $.398,513,913.00. : Life, Limited-payment Life, Endowment, Joint Life and Endowment and Continuous Monthly In stallmeht Policies. See me before you buy. James G. Murphy, Agent Newport, Vermont Naturalization Court f 4 ;i ii i o upens ipin i. ano A session of the United States t District court for naturalization will , be held at the. County Court House1 Friday, Aprii 2, ÌD20, at nino o'clock in the forenoon, and another session ' Saturday, Aprii ."i, 1020, at !) o'clock! In the forenoon. ' I lt is expeeted ihat i Naturalization. Eaminer will be present at those iessions and any ulien who has been honorably discharged from the Naval or Military Service of the United RI . , Il Pastime Hall, Newport, Vermont gbret the !L'latfi3 . may appear, file his pétitidn an dbe. naturalized at cither of these sessions. Such alien should bring with him his honorable discharge 4nd two witnesses, who can identify hihi as the person named in the honorable discharge. No particular residence need be proved and no fee is requiN ed ot' such alien. - Any alien, who desires to make his dcclaration of intention, or file his petition for naturaliation, may also appear àt. the County Court House Friday evening, Aprii 2, 1920, at 7 o'clock. 1, ,. Cents war tax paid MG rubs off when lt ls dry. Wllliamsor.