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CALEDONIAN-RECOKD FRIDA Y, APRIL 16, 1920 ' ' Hi Si Leading yermont Men Want a SPECIAL SESSION Of the Vermont Legislature to Ratify the Federai ; Suffrage Amendment RICHARD BILLINGS, Woodstock. National woman suffrago is bound to come. Our legislature should have the distinction of put ting it over the top. JAMES HARTNESS, Springfield. The cornine of equal suffrage ìs inevitable. We have the choice of expediting or retarding its coni ing. As a YWmonter, I.hope history will record tliat His Excellency, Governor Clement called an extra session of the Legislature in the spring'of 1920 to satisfy the demand for a square deal to women. H. C. COMINGS, Richford. Personally I liave always been in favor of woman suffrage, but I think the time ha.3 come when it is not a question of whether or not Vermont is in favor of woman suffrago, but a question of whether the women of Vermont are to be given an equal privilege with those of other states. I sincrely hope that Governor Clement's 'decision will be in favor of an extra session. Senator CARROLL S. PAGE, Hyde Park. I favor calling .special session of legislature as suggested. and hope Governor Clement will conclude tòact promptly in the matter. HARRY A. BLACK, Secretary of State, Montpelier. Equal suffrage for women is ì: nater of simple justice. There ought to be no delay in admini'-teviier justice. f Ex-Goverp.or CHARLES VT. GATES, Franklin. I favor a special scssion nf ili. Ir:: !.-l;t:;i m.d if called, I sincerely hope it will ratify the .si'ii i . -r e ami'iviiiH-nt. (Capt.) E. V. GlBf'CN, Brattleboro. In my opinion the Governor is wa.vìiii'.'rd ii; cullfiig a special session for the ratification of the Suffrago Anu-nrijiiciiti Vermont cannot well afford to stand in a position of blocking Suffrage for the other Mutes of the Union. FRASER METZGAR, Randolph. I ara firmly of the o)inion that the Vermont Legislature ougbt to meet in special session ut the earliest posible moment in order to take action on the suffrage amendment. JOHN SPARGO, Bennington. Governor Clement owes it to the pcople of Vermont to convene a special session of the legislature to vote on ratification of the Equal Suffrage Amendment. Vermont is pait of the Union and her i epresentatives should have the hance to pass upon this constitutional amendment. COLLINS M. GRAVES, Bennington Ara in favor of the calling of a cpècifil --don of the legislature by the Governor to ratify the suf frag.? i:ii li'iment, as it is in my iudgment unfair that one State -houk! withhold the privilege of voting from thousands of women throughout the United States. The failure to cali a special session resùTts in the mie of the minority, which is un-American. FRANK E. LÀNGLEY, Barre. I believe the women of Vermont are entitled to a special session of the legislature to consider ratification of the suffrage amendment. Congressman PORTER H. DALE, Island Pond. Vermont should, and I believe desires to, go into history as the essential state to per mit, rather than prevent, to a large number of the nation's citizens, the ballot, and save itself from the just charge of delaying the bene fit Qf a vìctory already fairly won. Put Vermont' in the Ratification Column Root for the Special Session AUTHORIZED BY THE VERMONT EQUAL SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION DR. MARION R. HORTOX, l'iesident NAME "BAYER" ON GENUINE ASPIR1N For Pain, Colds, Headache, J Toothache, Neuralgia, I Lumbago, Rheumatism Vi- ! You want relief quickly and safe jly! Then insist on "Bayer Tablets of ! Àspirin," stamped with the "Bayer ! Cross." I The name "Bayer" means you are ! getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by ! physicians for over eighteen years, : and proved safe by millions of peo ple. j For a few cents you can get a han- dy tin box of genuine "Bayer Tablets I of Aspirin," containing twelve tab ; lets. Druggisis also sell large r "Bay i er" packages. Aspirin is the trade I mark of Bayer Manufacture of Mono : aceticacidester of Salicylicacid. Myron Alexander Dies Suddenly Myron Alexander died at his home on Mt Vernon St. at four o'clock yes terday afternoon. His death comes as o. great shock to the whole community few of whom realiaed that his con dition was so criticai. Mi. Alexander had been ili less than a week, and deatli was due to septicaemia, caused by malignant pustule on the nose. Ile was taken ili last Friday and was attended by Dr. J. F. Elanchurd, who also consulted a noted specialist in Boston. Yesterday afternoon Dr. F. E. Fariner of St. Johnsbury was summoned but did not reach this city until after Mr. Alexander had passed away. Funeral services will be hcld Sun day afternoon at two o'clock at hi-; late home, conducted by Rev. A. V. Alien, pastor of the Main Street Baptist church of which the deceased was a faithful attenduJit and loyal supporter. Gordon, also his father, Alfred Alex ander and a brother and sistcr, Mrs. Frank Eowe and Harry Alexander ali oi Brownington. His death, coming as it has in the prime of life, is a distinct personal loss to ali who carne in contact with him. A man of many friends and no cnemies, honest in business, loyal to his friends, devoted to bis family, ever ready to givc of help and sym-1 pathy, he holds a high place in the i eonfldence and affection of the wholo community. Oividend 823 few Important Health Meeting in JJurlington The Yermont Tuberculosis Asso ciation will hold its third animai meeting at the Hotel Vermont, Bur lington, Thursday afternoon, Aprii 2'Jth. The District Health Officers of the Vermont State Board of Health and the County Chairman for the fi nancial campaign, June lst to 5th, will be piesent as wcìl as the Di- The Masonic order of which he was i 1 éctors of the Tuberculosis Associa- a member, will escort the remains to the cemetery with full Masonic hoonrs. Should the weather prove inclement this service will be held at the house. tion. In inviting the Director to this meeting Thomas Magner, president of the Association states, "A serious responsibility resta upon the Asso- Earn this rate of interest on your idle money. It increases your yearly incoine and is rcadily acces sible in time of need. Money goes on interest first of each month. It is not necessary to open an account in per son; you may do so by mail. An inquiry by postai will b'ring full information. FIDELITY TRUST CO. CAPITAL ANI) SURPLUS $3,773,000.00 519 Washington St. 1 18 State Street BOSTON, MASS. The remains will be placed tem- ' ciation. W'e have been oll'ered porarily in the receiving tomb, an i j $50,000 and site for a new Prevento later, when road conditions permit ! riunì piovided another $50,000 is rais- ed for our general woik; a number of Painting ! And Pàper-Hanging ! On acount of scarcity of , labor Ye would advise plac ing your orders for painting land paper hanging at an ! early date. will be taken to Brownington, and buried in the family lot in the village cemetery. Mr. Alexander was born in Brown- I ington 4(! vear ago and lived in Or leans several years before coming to Newport where he has made his home for over 15 years, working for the B. and M. railroad and the Interna tional Lumber Co. Eleven years ago the most influential men and woìiien in the state have volunteeved to help us to raise the other $50,000; the Vermont State Board of Health is thoroughly interested in our phi'is ami will lend us every aid in its pow er; a working agreement has been made with the Bed Cross health nurs es which eliminates ali causes for dn- ù""w"lw'w''w"''r''"'a"w' The Whitoey Folk Friday Aprii 23 he was appointed to the management plication and misunderstanding an:l of the H. P. Hood Condensery in this loyalty, our work for the past threc city. His executive ability and wide years has given us denite ideas of Brunelle Paint and Auto Co. Inc. and favorable acquaintance with the farmers of this section were two great factors in the success of this now well known business. Several years ago, he was for a time a marine engineer on the Great Lakes. Mr. Alexander is survived by his wife, Belle Allard, of Brownington, and five children, Mrs. Clara Linqui-"t of this city, Mrs. Ruby I)odge of Claremont, K. II., -and three younger children, Miss Earla, Maurice and what we should do and how we should do it. It is up to us to see to it that the most is made of this oppor tunità. At this meeting F. A. Howland, of Montpelier will propose the plans for the nancial campaign and II. W. Slo cum, the Executive Secretary will submit a pian for using the funds if raised. Athenaciim Hall Piano Funtl Woman's Club Use the American Throat Tablets. adv PHP I HAVE PURCHASED THE Delivery Business NOTICE Caledonian Want Àds Pay Notice To The Public 1 The Vermont Board of Uegistra tion of Kurses will hold a semi-an- inducted by Alphonso AVhite and nual examination for registration of diali continue to do ali kinds of dc-;nurses at the State House, Montpel livciy on short notice. ; iCr, Vt., Thursday and Friday, May CLIFF SANBORN, ; l"th and 14th, 1!)20. For blanks ad House Phone 702 dress, MISS MARY G. KANE, Sec- Orders will be taken at I. G. Rolfe's retary Board of Registration, Mont Market, 509-M j pelier, Vt. I Now is the time to have your old j ! hat clcaned and blockcd and made to 'look like new. Ladies' Hats a .pec- lialty. New process of bleaching u.sed. i Shoe Shine Parlor j No. 25 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury No More Long Waits AT JOE'S PLACE I liave secured the able assistance of Mr. King of New York, who comes highly recommended. """rEMEMBEB Sharp Razors and clean towcls always prevail at No. 71 Itailroad Street. Under Amos W, Scott's Store J,N. Relations Save time and trouble by having your Automobile Insurance AH writtcn in one poliey Liability, Fire Property Damage, Theft, v Collision, Personal Accident J. F. Hinch Calderwood Bldg., St. Johnsbury, Vermont Classified Dept. WANTED WANT ED Pupil nurses and at-tend-ints at the Taunton State Hos pital. Wages J.'Ju per month with j niuintenance. For particulars ad-1 dress, Di'. Arthur V. Goss, Supt., i Taunton State Hospital, Taunton, i Mass. 227n' j VVANTEÌ) Good meat cook. Sher- ! burnc's Restaurant. 23C-tf ! W'ANTED-Restaurant. -Dishwasher at WANTED Barber .T. 1 . Bìlodeau. at Star 242tf Main St. 2J.1 tf t UH Ù A lati FOll SALE Eggs for hatdiing' and poultry. 'eiy bost both kinds of Ilcds, Uose and single comb Buff Rock's, Barrai Rocks, Light lìralTt mas, , Iute yandottes Alartiu Special KYANIZE Aprii 1 9 to 24 Weeh FRE E This Beautiful Book and a Can of 'amzo V?.r.:l;fvm2 votir home UV mnt vnn tn Icr.ow v?hat lastin satistacton there :s in vcx. ih KYANIZE. - A l we ask is that you try it on your fioors, your forniture or woouwcf 2uan FLOOR FINISH WRIST WATCHES t Of many new styles and shapes, the very best produets of the watch-makers art, ineluding designs in the poiular White Gold. Let us show you these little time-keeijers you'll find our assort ment very complete. LURCHIN & LURCHIN The Quality Jeweiers Eastern A enne., SI. Johnsbury, Vt. e A nai rlnraW- vamish. so casv io ?pr!v tli-1 mvr-B cr.n t--:-:ir' everlastingly ood ìhzX 1 :ain painters j-rcicr ir. i or r-'ii; DrifS in tv-nir -t.'mr 'ir wi;h a ì'"-ii!:!rl -ipro' stratcli whilc. Lhor..: of.ei.i2:t fadc-pro- t '.oìors or "ila . vr! :: .1 ' -i-h: i.i .re WANTED Expenenced hou.sektep- strain, Columbia Wyandottes ami cr for a young married coujle. A ; Dlack Minorcas. Ali these bird.s got goo'd home, private room and bathj first jn-ize at Slate Fair and at coun and ali reasonable privileges ol'ercd ty fai rs. Stock for sale. John W. competcnt woman between 20 and ,'!.") ; Campbell, o) Railroad Street, St. years of age. Address Mr. F. G. i Johnsbury, Vt. Every Thu. Uarry, 1U1 Cliestnut Street, bouth Mancliester. Conn. 217 tri ! WANTED Saìesìady" at M." A . 1 Wfiner's, 01 Eastern Ave 220 t,"l I WANTED A girl l'or general hou;--! work. No washing. Mrs. II. C. Newell IS Church HtP'et. 22f; tf FOR SALE Slightly top. Cali 211. FOli SALE For the chicks, Single-combed used Dodge 210 tf best IJaby Whitc Leg- WANTED Waitress and kitchen girl at Hale's Tavcrn, Wells River. 2:1!) tf WANTED Several good tcnements at once by good families. Cali 274-1. 2:;S-lni WÀNTÈT) GTrFfor generarhous work. Mi . James Cosgrove, 1 1-5 Main Street. 21-'J ti horn strain from the funious Lord Farms in Massachusetts, buy these eggs at $L."0 a setling from C. S. Hale, Lyndonville, Vt. I'iace your orders early. 2.')8 tf WANTED- Good fast order cook fornight wo k. $20 per wef k an 1 board. Hoadìey Restaurant, ! Uiattlr boro, Vt. 245 tf W A NT E I - MaTto "v(7rki n a post office and j.' iiei'al stoie. Stcady po sition to tir righi man. W. M. Ridi, N'orili Coni ini, Vt. WANTED Dishwasher at the Id DESSING l'or lawns and gardens l'or sale at the St. Johnsbury House. 2 i:'.' F Ò 1 1 SALE 1 1 ouseT Tiàrn, henhT u?e and lot of land situated at 8 I'as sunipsic Street. Apply to Seami ii Ripley, Greenland, N. IL 2-17-2."j8 FOR SALE HO USI-fin l'assumpsic village. Fine location. Two tene inents. Garden and room to build ga rage. Must be sold to settle estate;. Influire of Mrs. W. S. Willard, l'as sumpsic, Vt. I'.ert U. Wells, I'. O. L'ox 2.",1, Rui-lington, Vt. 210 IL' FOR SALI: Overland Auto, 1011 2 Hi tl' model, run 5000 miles, in fine shape; l'iano box Imggy, roail eait, new Restaurant. St. John. urv. i WANTED A rompe! i gene: al boi e work. I or t!i persci. M rs. ( ' I art, l.vndoi: l illi1, Vermont. ut mani !';ir pfily by Icttei' u'.rks i.;. stu- 217ii tfMlrivirijr har.'icss, old diiving haniess, at 71 ( oncord Avellili'. 2...-tr HERE'S OUR FRE E OrfER TO YOU GET THIS Th' flrn'r nomrd hrl-" vili ft'w you (r '-f 'KYANlR 1I.OOR ! INlS!f (my f f i'.r - i.M.f r.-)- ) "1 h- Inv:':r2 i lomf " (iMuslralcd in cturs; il yu :-r:rr-pin? ri bruph t- appi the KYANIZE. The Peck Co St. Johnsbury, Vt. P y a iSf-WMai Ufi ILJ.'IMJUIMHJfJIM POOR HEALTH, Party Must Sell 1 ollor for sale a most desirable picce of property colisi, ting of 110 Atre, Tcn Cow Farm Lot soft wood lumber, pleiily of hardwooil lumber; small su;:ai place; machine workeil f i 1 1 .- ; brool; v.atenil pastine; good apph orrli.i'd ; runuing water to lioue and barn. Good eight iiiom house la ree barn wil.h basemeiil. and sii, l'air iiine-year-old hores, woi S'.iOI. Three voung high gracle cow.,; one doublé wagon; linee bu;; wagons; Ih reo work Immesse;-; o:ie single' driving harness; set doubb sleds; two harrows; jilow; cultivator ; borse lake; mowiiig macliine Sharples Cr.sim Separato!1 and llutter winker. Lot ni dry wm the shed. Oldy one inilu to station and one-hall' inile from house. Price, EverythiiHj, S2,.")0() Iniuire of IL A. DRYANT, 110 Railroad Street, St. Johnsbury Ih n.v ni chool 'WANTED Hardwood lumber of ali kind- saw 1 to our order. Advise i vh:i' you I ive or will have to olfi r Plunhctt, . eb.-ter Lumber Co., Inc., j I WANTED -Woman for generali ' hou-evvork. Wat-es !?10 per week. Appi,.- to Mrs. J. A. A ubili. K" l'Ica. i I ani St., Newport, Vt. Tel. 28-::. I ! YOI'NG .''AN wanted lo leani 1 idral'iiiig. ' efercnc will .be given ' Ilio. . I.av g -Olile e: perieni-e or e '- urat ioti ir ' In - Ime. I .. situi 1 . I air- ; baili - and l'ompany, E ìi'ineering I - ' paitsieiil, Si. John dui ' y, Virmoii'.l 2l:i-2:. ! j at once. RoolAeeper il i-r. Man preferì ed. Mu-1 ! ipable. Corner Garage. 2i:i ti l'Olì SALÈ-Three thoroughbred W'hile Chester boars about seven montlis old. ). W. Gillis, Danville, Vt. wkly It 2.")0-2i: FOR SALE DlìESSIXG for lawns and gardens. l'hone li."! 1 -1 2. 2ÓO ti' l'Olì "SALE--Ilio acri- farnV in" D'a"i7--i!le, one mile from station on Mani road. l'rice right. Easy terms. l'or l'urtlier particulars. Address lieti II. Toore, Fast I a ni wiek, Vt . 2-i0- TO Iii;T TO LE T wilh bath Street. l'urnislied 1 to men, front room (') Main 21G-2'.l LOST ANI) FOUM) l 'OI'Nll - Ladies' v. i i-t wateìi." o'wn er cali bave sanie, by proving prop erty ;ind paying l'or this add. 'ili betv, cen niiie and eleven a. m. af -I I Ea -leni Ave. .1. ). Fi ve. 2I!-2:I ' W A NT E : and typev be fai; ly Jilack and Tali Shenlierd l'up SALESA' VN Wantfd to .-eli lì-al E-..., ueek ago Lisi Tliui-day al Raniet. t . ; I c in Caled, mia County. M u t i ;,.tUrn or not i ly 1 1 ugh Nelson, Mon--pei'k neh atid liiv'i;!! and have , ,., ) 2 1.S-2-.:! 1 ani oniol; e. j ,e oi i e i rn nee- 1 ' ' i (,ui.ed. Applv !) C J. Ohe C pany N' v noi t . V VVAN'I'i D AT ONCE Table gul at l'airban i Imi. '' V M'ri; issKS' WANTED- at tue Ideal Ri taur.int. 2 WANTi 1' Coo Imi. j If :k at St. ; WANTI 'work. I rr . 1 mn l'i. i - (iirl for s. Ifarold Johnsbury 2-'o t r .'eneral house L. l'ennimaii, MISCKIJ.A.NKOUS" "" MI':-'!'' conipo-eil, airangfd, tran - po .e.l, eopied. .Is.nKi 's A ITHIIgillg Hil- l'.'H, J ; Lj i J 1 1 1 - ri , 't., !:) King Si. 21S-2V. 'J' li.it liionniiK ut or marker you want -et l'or Deeoiatimi day ougbt lo be ordereil inuv in rider to get it l'or that date. I al o do lettering at emelei ie . Writi; or cali .VM-.M and I will e, ili and subinil, de.iglis. J, E. Wull.er, ut. Jidiu biiry. :.": Tu, T!iu, T"d-- hi:!-.