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CALEDONIAN -RECORD, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1920
PAGfrrFIVH I ltrrll tei m Cosmopolifcan Trust (Company Savings Deposits A Dividchd'at the Itale cf O, ttj Payahlc May J.lth Has borii declami ly tlie Pireciors f this Bank Deposits Go on Interest Monthly Start your Savinps Account To-day villi qs. - Renosità scntby mail rértvo tli nume pròmjt anu careful attention as thoso made crsonally. Send for Booklet," BankinL by Mail " CosmòpoiitaH Trust Gompariy 60 Devonshire St., Boston 'l'ufi Carranza at Bay With 4000 Trobps (Continued from page one) stili claiming that Carranza has been made a cantive. These reports how ever gìve few dctails of the cauturc except to declare that the entlre con voy was taken with the president, that thiee (renerai who were with him had been exeeuted and that an- I other general was wounded. It was added that Carranza had been ordcr ed returned to Mexico City with' ali considcration and that none ot' his party was to be killed or mistreuted. Evcn prc-supposing the acfuraty of the reports that Carranza is stili at liberty his situation is nrecàrious. According to Vera Cruz advices it is announcrj that government' troops in Vera Cruz have deserted their commander and gonc over the re volutionists, making that stato appar ently no longer a safe refuse for the president. Mexico city dispatches rcport the situation there as quiet with the troops of General Obergon in full possession. Ali Mexico, with the ex ception of a few loealitics are de clami to be in the hands f the rcvo lutionists. The over turn has been cliccted with little bloodshcd, ali ad vices indicate. Ex-Service Men are Granted Scholarships The Vermont state committee in c-harge of the educational grants to ex-serviec men have avvarded the pcholarships and among them are these from St. Johnsbury and vici niti': I At St. Johnsbury Asf'Jeiny, Merton ! E, Ashton. , . ! At Harvard Colle--e, Edward S. Young of St. Johnsbury. At Batcs College, John J. Dean of Sutton. Automobile medianica, Ira 1). Far row of South I'eacham and Herbert E. Facteau- ol Sutton. Salesmanship, Bernard H. Daniels of St. Johnsbury. Machine sho nractiee, Harold M. Goslant and Webb S. Batchelder, both of St. Johnsbury. More scholarships are available and a canvass will be made of ali the cx-stervree nien in' the state, While it is probable that ali who make an application cannot be frranted, the committee announre 'that scholar ships will be awarded on the basis of pnority $0 hiit those aimlvin.soon est will ìéceìvé the first consitleration READS PRESIDENTE j WAR RESTRICTIONS WASHINGTON, V.ny il President I Wilson's hitherto unpublished war I instructions to the ofllcers of the At ! lantic flect given in persoti on the ' quarter deck of the flagship Pennsyl- vania on aususi il, uni an-i oiu ding them "throw tradition to thi: wind, strike the word prudent from the vocabularies and ilo the thing that is audacious to the utmost point of risk and daring," were made pub lic today by Secretarv Daniels. The president spoke as coimnander-in-chief of the navv at a tinie when the German submarine menace was uncurbed. In laying the text of his rCmarks before the Sonate Naval inve itieat ing committee, Séc. Daniels s'aid they showecl the "bold and viuorous" policy the jiresidcnt had outlined for the navy. "Do not stop to think what is prudent for a moment," the presi dent said, "you will win by the ini dacity method when you cannot win by circumspection and rudence. I Orleans Girl is Placed y On Proba tioh ' (Continued from niie one) Ruilty to not sending their children lo schoòl and were fined $10 and costs but their fine was remitted up on puymcnt of the costs of the pro cceduie. Mrs. Ethel Tift of Irasbuig )lead ed guilty to niding a cejtain man, whosc name is withheld from publi cation, in ussaultinf her 12 year old (laiinhicr, and was scntcnced to serve not less than eight noi- more than ten ycars in the state 'irison at Windsor. The duughter was sent to the S;ate Industriai School at Ver'-cnnes whcre she will remain until she becomes of ago. Mrs. Tift, who is only 2li ycars old. was arrested after her husband had cnmplained to States Attorney Thompson. NEW YORK, May 11 The dread nouft'ht Oklahoma and the destroyer Herbert, Preble and Ellis, were tak-ing- on supplies in the Hudson River today preparatorv to sailing for southern water. A contingent of 1,000 marines from Philaddnhia will board the Oklahoma hcre. think there are willintr ears tn henr .u:. i-i... , movenicm u, n.c uiniMii navy una ine 4:!c to 45c. Brick:s, 37c " , i ,, "-v u,;"u "'i ' Svrtin. S3.00 to S:;.25 MAPLE SUGAR MARKET QUOTATIONS BOSTON: Supplies light. Fair movement. Jlaiket weaker. Cakes, to J!8c. Bonds Prferred Stoekf Wr arp nlways plpasfrt to isfui-s wìili you in ii'i'fcni cr liy mail -your limi ii'iil;ir inveslniuiit pi iiMom. The Purpose of .this organizatitt is to puidc intcl-. ligently its clicnts in the purchftuc of investments rather than to sell ny particular offering. One cuftomer' may necd ultra-conservative seduri ties another, those of higher yleld. The crreat attraction of large rc turn invjlos speculation yet th value of money today niakcs ponfiible returns that may scem mucK t.oo lar?;e. Only cxpcrlenced invétors can (lelermine the danger line. A. B. Durell & Co, Inriirporatol Investment Securities 15 C'ongrenii Street. Bilni l'elrphone, Fort Hill 3SII kind of folk we are." Fifty-ljifty. Nat Oio1vln In blnni.-i foi- the fol- J-i'in'.s NEW YORK: Supplies light. Dc- jmand and movement light. Sugar, !old. mostly .'!2c to n.",c; a few at 'Mie on market. i i wni're iib is liner inuy u mu filini;, 1 " 9 but noltlier dopa no Lccal Represenialivcs Wanled Wr Min i vill-PstHlilÌKli'l, crnwiiifc' oonrpfrt. ivi nfr nmv cxU'ndlnj; mir prrilni'y itilo Mainar, N'' I l:i tniisliii r. mvl Vermont, wlicro p ant 1im1 mf") ìim rfi!'f:iciit.';livi'M. .Ec no fnctur. lcn. Itltllllni , liu.vincs jim-o, pecfp! :illv iti' oollep r-(tif.alion, will imi t liei i- slioiililcr t,i Ihr liwl mi irit- u i ili !inr- inilh in olir fri'nwlli Mllf nroft lHtt" . Wrilc f.ir inliTvicw. Kivim; full nirliculari ilrlr will l.c liokl in hltii tc;-!! nflilem . A. B. DURELL & CO., INC. -1 WASHINGTON, May 11 The revolutionary government in Mexico will ask for immediate? reedgnition by the American government. ' ! Don't You Remember , .Let's you and I turn 1)ack the years and be boys again,; You remember how you longed for a biey cle how you dreamed of having your very own and then, one day, the dream carne true ! Was there evera happier boy in the world than you, the day you got your bicycle? What about your loy your gii-1? Do you know of anything.in the world that could bring them more pleasure or could make them stronger ahd more healthy? Do you know of anything they would want more? Read their youthful hearts and you'll fìnd that the, desire for. a j)icycle is enthroned there just as it was in your heart ! C. B. CHASE 91 Raihoad Street Sii V No Change In Price In spite of the fact that flour is steadily advane ing, shortening is higher, sugar is scarce and high and going higher, fuel keeps crawling up and so on through the list. We have made no change in the price of our PURE MILK BREAD It is now by far the most inexpensive, inost sus taining and. jjalatable food you can prqvide for your family. Kecp this in mind as you pian your meals. The best stores ali carry Scott's produets. F. A. SCOTT CO. UaKers Ter. 0'JO Grocers ST. JOHNSBURY Locai News The C. J. Oben Co., Inc., ìleal Es tate Agency, has opened a brandi of fice at No. 25 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury. The business of tho lo cai agency will be handled by Frank Lanctot, formerly cashier at the St. Johnsbury postofiice, who has loft the government service. He is assisted bv Floyd Oben of Ncwport, junior member of the funi, who will be wel comed to St. Johnsburv. , Walter D. Brockway, the Mont pelier tire insurance adjustcr, was in St. Johnsbury Mondav on a business trip. E. C. Smith went to Brattleboro Tuesday morning as a delefiate from the No'rth church to the Congrega tional convention. He made the trip with Iti: W. G. Ricker' and wife in the Doctor's car. E. N. Randall and .1. Rolf Seailcs have purehased Buick touring cars of Charles E. Silsby. The Lotus Glee Club of Boston have been eniraged to give tnc of their popular concerts at the Masonic Tempie on the evening of Mav 1)1. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar E. Beck spent Sunda-y with friends in Wést'Burke. Charles Wright was in Pcachani Monday demonstrating a Fordson tractor on the W. B. Martin fami, selling the tractor to Mr. Martin. He eneountered a real snowstorm with a blustcring wind that was a continuai reminder of winter. The cottage prayer meeting will bc held at the home òf William Clark in Coicyville Tuesday evening. Mrs. Mason Whiting of Haverhill, Mass., is bere visiting her paicnts, Mr, and Mrs. Charles S.. Blodgett. Mrs. Martha Smith of West Burla was a visitor bere Monday. .Toc Relation has moved from 10 Caledonia. strert to the Di': Alb a Block on Caledonia Street. Mrs. I. G. Marshall is homo frinii a week spent in Berlin, N. II. Her father stili continues in poor health. Frank Simpson Jr., lc't for Ni v York City Monday whcre he has a position. Mrs. Ella Russell of Randolph h bere visitino- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. Hicks. Mrs. Rosetta Hutchinson, who lia- been spending- a few davs with Mrs. E. H. Russell on Pearl Street, retuin ed to her home at St. Johnsbury Center Monday. Mrs. Arthur Boucher and Mr;. Joseph Rivers have returned to their homes in SprinndiI, Mass., after n visit of a week here. Mrs. Prude Woods returned to brv home in Lunenburg Tuesda- after a visit bere. Gladvs Bun-" cntertnineiL fon; little peonie Monday at the home of her narents. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bundv, at No. 2 Ba"ley Street, it br ini ber 7th birthda. Games were plavcd, . .daintv j-efreshmrnta e.rvd miri a merry timo was enjoyed by the little ones. How Any Girl Can Have Pretty Eyes No girl oi woman is pretty i! hei eyes are red, strained or have d'irli rings. Simplc witchhazel, c:mii)ln'r, hydrastis, etc, as mixed in Lavimi' eyc wash, will brighten the eyes ami a week's use will surprise you wiJh its QUICK results. Rcgular u-e l Lavoptik . keeps the eyes heahi'y, sparkling and vivacious. The u:ck change will ;please you. Dain'y aluminum eyc cu) PREEC W. B. Eastman. Druggirt.- r ,5l.4 m 1!4 READ THECLASSIFIED Notice of Dissolution Notice is hcreby given thit the partnership heretofóre subsisting be tween Herbert G. A'atson and B. R. Jones, hei-etofoi'e. carrving on busi ness as The St. Johnsbury lnnr at St Johnsbury in the County of Caledo nia, and State of Vermont, under the fimi name and style of The - St. Johnsbury Imi, has been dissolvei! by mutuai conscnt as and from the llth day of May, 11)20, so far as concei ns the said Herbert G. Watson, who rr tires fromsaid fimi. All dcbts due to, and owing by the said late finn will be rereived and paid respectively by B. R. Jones, who will hereafter continue to carry on the said biisines1 under the firm name and style of St. Johnsbury Imi. Datcd at St. Johnsbury aforcsaid the llth rtftv of Mav. Ifi2(. HERBERT G. WATSON, lì. R. JONES. 272-4 land .'7c. No now stock I T-, 11,1 r.1,1 9r, ir. 7", X i nw !lt Moli' 9 7". rv 4 ! IH. X fnn'.-it 1 . , I , : - -- - i : - r: 1 iftì VI , sA(Tfmmk màmÉÈmMMàÉà m lini H R E E q u a 1 i t i cs ik te r m i n c va 1 u c in clothes: skillful design, good tailoring and all-wool iabric th'j biggest assurance of - long wear and low cost. sm Clolhes forYounger Men have ali tlicsc ìcquircmcnts, rhc Jcl is joiir tianui tee. . Our.VassKjrtrrìent of r m . -'J rx Ir . ,1 . 4 4 . . . . - - - - T - .4 1 r MOORE & JOHNSON Avenue House Block, St, Johnsbury, Vt.