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EVENIN'G GAL ANDiTHENEWPORTRECORD NIAN A Newspaper Covering the Entire Northeast Sec tion of Vermont State Evcry Working Day. The Wcalhcr Locai showers iiroli:ibly tonight ami Saturday. Slightly warmc;. Light .south west wind.ì. V()L. I V NUMHKU29S ST. JOIINSBURY, VERMONT, FRIDA Y, JUNE 11, 1920 PRICE TWO CENTS ST. EUR Y'S IS 8,701 THE EDO m, V, , v Nominating Speeches Arouse Enthusiasm of Republican Convention GOV. CLEMENT WILL CALL SESSIOfHF (By tlic Associated Press) COLISEUM, Chicago, June . 11 Describing as the "outstanrìing candidate in the minds of the whole peo nie," Major General Wood was formally nominateci tc day by Governor Henry J. Alien of Kansas for the Re imblican presidential nomination. "A i 1 i i : . blunt man, with a blunt . Namcs Conditions .Which Will ('ause Him to Act On Suggestion Alien today sai ci tho belici' in i'aets", Governor 01' General W ood, "ho is best knovn Amorican. "No ìm u in America has bron giv (,rì so nvu.y eons'iruetivo things to de in this generation and no one donio; that what ho has undei'lakc;. li." has di.nc superlativcly x'11." "An u .texpoeted period of confu sion ha- caino upon us in the after nii.th of the great ivai'. Old way.-- ar loi-t and leadership hesitant and in decisivi?, diifts upon an uncharteioc sci. "Under the weak hands of a lim erò us governmont the social disordoii inni ola -s-niinded isms caught fion tlu world struggle bave grown ti ala i ming p-oporlions. "The uncheekod encroaehmcnt o' sinistcr grecd, the appalline wuste o' )n lilic money, the imnioral pande-rinj. ij class interest and class prejudic bave Lrou'jht us to a point whore thi' a; tion demands And the world ex j.icts from this great council a leadei chosen out of the grrtit ncod and not through t!ie cunning of )òlitical ox k (iioncy. "In'sceking for tho initiative ano tre. prophetic wisdom to guide us in a:i hour that must ho vvholly ron stiuctivo, wo are fortunate in a candi dali whose record revoals tho quali , tios noe lei! for tho task. "It is not nocessary to ask for as mi ance.; from General Wood. There i? ihe witness of his service. "You ask, f Hi a business man. Wo pi e. ent to you a record of tour years as governor of Cuba, a record which, gained him infei national fame as tho ri'ost succossful civil administrator 1ho country, has known. Leonai-d Wood's servicos in C'uba constitute a page of history which rocords the drunest and most unscllish thing one i.ation over did for a ncedy peoplo. f :l oson to woik out the bonevolont policy of McKinloy toward tho poople of the islan l for whom wo had sac ciificcd our sons, he was given a fi co band. "Ho ro-organized the island and fi: med a model of governmont which r-.ti.rds today a-; proof of his sanity and construetivo genius. His wisdom fr.compa;scd ali tho aetivitics of tho poi pio. e "A president mu.-,l ho a business man and moro. He must ho a states- iian! He musi, bave a broad viqw' of he iaternal situai ion. Ile must know lulitics, for poliLics is v.hat gives us ur jrovernment, he it good or bad. l'cvermiient is not bettor than its .lities.and to itr.pi ove the ono you iHist improve the other. "The vague IoiikìiK' for a business .'an l'or president will not 'he satis ed by one who knows only business, .'he )i-esident must understand world IVairs and the crossili and re-cross-curi-ents of social and economie ; )'.irations. "W'hen the icTit war broke upon Ih- consciousness of the American ct pio with a ten itic shock, it found 1.ì; Léonard Woo;l had ber-a prepar ai;'. 'e-..h(.ard from bini no piati li dos about a miììioa mon sprinn'injr i arnis over ninbt. On his own ini iative he ostabli.hed tho l'iattsburtf i::ininj; camps, treated the first line if the national defenso and 'ave to he thousands of mau'nilicent youiiK' An el icati mon who volunteerod a iev definkion of loyalty, a new op V.crtunity for sorviee, a new vision of heir national obliKation. '"The American soldier is a eiliy.cn soldier. Léonard Woods holds fast t3 the traditions of the 'roat citizen ioldioi's of the ripublic. A plain, blunt man, with blunt helief in faets, he is today the bc.-t known Amorioan. 1 1 the frank oxpression of his bolirfs "iltre Is no hidden motivo. No c didate for'hijfh olìice has over gone t-j tho poople of this nation with seuì :tid mind so ftankly revealed as Léonard Wood. "As president ho will not seek to create for him-elf a nrutral back ground out of mediocre 'man. Tho nation wijl havo that to which the pei pie a rè entitled in its councils th.- unitod brain power of real leaJ ers. "Tho suiti total of prefercntial ox prcssions marks bini as tho outstand imr candidate in the minds of tho wlole poople. "Tho cimice that is made now may mould tho chai'.icter of the nation for iii) years and perhaps longor, for rest ivi minds aro ulastie and tho lrader shtr that comes now will go far to (tontiaucd on page four) In i-csponse to telegrams from Chicago fi-oni Chairman Will IL Ilayes of the Republican Nation:il committeo, Gov. Gproul of Pennsyl vania, Col. Thoodore Koosovolt, Jr., ursontly requosting him to cali an extra session of the Legislature to pass the suffrago amendtnent. Governor Clement wireil Mr. Ilays, askins him if the Kepublican National convention would adopt a plank in the platform providiiiK' for a popular voto on ali futuro amend ments to the federai constitution. Mr. Hays made no rcply, but mean while Chairman Alexander Iiunnett liad wired Gov. Clement expressinp; tho desiro of ilio convention and the Vermont delegation that the R-overnor would cali the legislature into special session. Afte beine: referrod to tho revolu tion in the band of Mr. Hays, Mr. Punnelt again wired th Governor, saying' the resolution was in the hands of a iub-committee. Mr Dunnett ie poated that tho convention y.-as vcry anxious l'or Cìovernor Clement to c di a special session of the Vermont Leg islature for the purppse of ìatifying ! tho suffrago amendment. i On receiving Mr. nunnett's sccond i wire, Governor Clement wired his as follows: i "Your tologram. Changos mado in itho federai constitution without ho ling referred to tho poople of the I sevcral states are a nionace to f-t.ttc ! ì ights and free institutions. "The resolution proposcd by me I will correct this and will be immensc I ly popular. I "If tho riepublican party soos ftt to ! adopt the resolu'ion, I shall be iusti- fied in calling- a special session and will do so. 'Of courso, this will not be rftro active and would in no way change what has been done. "PERCIVAL W. CLEMENT." COMPERS OBJECTS TO REPUBLICAN PLANK MONTREAL. Juno 11 Tho labor ! nli-nk adonted hv tho Ronublican National convention was condomned line today by Samuel Gompers, pres- IWl IIL Ul ine 1 1 in-i il. li i l rutilagli in Labor. He referred especially to the v.fft'mi of the nlnnk nrnvidinL" for . . , ... f - - the settlemont of public utility strikes by tribunale similar to . the Easch Cummings transportation act of Buy Your AT LESS THAN THE PRICE OF GINGHAM $7.50 Dresscs $5.50 $5.00 Dreses $3.98 $G.OO Dreses . $1.50 $150 Dreses $1.98 . These Dreses are new Dreses, alf guaranteed as to style, quality and fit. Every dress is guaranteed as to color fading. This reduction as a suggestion made by the manufacturer to ad vertise the line ve are olTcring. l'ake advantage of this special offer. ' pecial Lot of New Cotton Waists valued from $2.00 to $3.50 at our ridiculous price $1.69 This is another condition caused by a manufacturer's desire to advertise his line. These offers cannot be equalled i)robably for years. 99 NEW BRUNSWICK TO VOTE ON PROIIIBITION MONTURA), Juno 11--Tho pro vince of New Brunswiclj will boli! a plt biscito on tho provincipal prohtbi tion act on July 10 aecording- to a dis patch received boro today. Two (iiestions will go before, tho poople the prohibitory law and the sale of lifht wlncs and beer. MRS. CATT RE-ELECTED HEAD OF SUFFRAGE PARTY Canio Chapman Catt was unanim ously roelected president of the In tediiatiomil Wcman's Suffrago. Ali i ai.ee at. this morning's session of the coi gt'oss bere. She has agreed to ac cept Ilio oflico it was announeed des pife ber dcclaration in a speech yes tenlay that sho fi lt compel'.ed to re li io. ' PEAT WAVE CCNTINUES TO ROA-ÒT CH1CACO CHICAGO, June 11--A contmua tior. of the beat wave which ha.-Tov,-veloped Chicago for the past .wo days ofTieially, was tho forecast for today. Thy highest tetri pera .uve yes terday was 92, ai ecord for 1020. dismiss indictments IN AM WOOLEN CAjt NEW YORK, Juno ll-Indict-ments eharging proftteertng against the American Woolen Co. of Ncv, Vc'rk and Mas.v.chusetts and W .lhan. M. Wood,, president of thc cov,,ovn; ticns, were quashed today by lede al Juié Macl, Ho susta ned a dontu.t e" interposed by Chades b Hu-hes, special counsel for the de ersò which held that wookn good ifm constitute woaring nuu-c -'mi tho- erore did not come within the SSe lsald wcig appavel wh'utanocessity buttlait Con vcs bv its ameii.imcnt of Oct. i. l',rtothe originai Lcver act, cley l ìa in mind the t rado sigmi.cation ol - at cloth meant. Tho court addec. ha a! hough it held that Congress V ad powrr to recluto di.tribution of woòlen cloth it frlt that s.nce co n eic. did not broaden the tiatli te-; nin- of the torti, wearir.g appaio ti nclude a bolt of cloth, tho. court v!-a unabk't fimi r""!! thè. act other than the general t.adc uso. of the temi. ARREST FOUR ALLEGED AKKLbi suGAR PROFITTERS BOSTON, June 11 Foderai ofh cers today arvosted four sugar bvok cr bere and two in Burbngton. t cearging a con-piracy by which the ,roef alot of 40,000 pouml, of uoar was boosted from 10 t o l (epts a nound. The men ane to bere inoàded not guilty and weic , iS $500 bail for hoarings on June 1T The ffOYCinmc-i v.. - Vidence that the. brokers , weve d R100 each for thetr assistance in tho alle'god conspiracy. BOARDSVjOHNSBURY 6C0 The Republican Convention mot toda5 0 completo the nom ination of a piesidentia candì dato before adjournmont lìy special arrangement w th the Associated Press the Caledo-l-.... t.v,l will roceivo evcry ' , .t m-PllI (IH. iiuen ul un-. c iun,n is.ilUt nn O Will PiT l"1 .. .. 1 , i.. nnA -i-mi ran our bulletin no.ua , ; ...Thone trot the latest voto by telephono bv calling St. Johnsbury (-(-0. Wo willsW cn tho job as long hs the convention does. P0PULAT10N IS NOW 8,701 The Town Has Gaincd 7.1 Per Cent in the Past Ten years Tho Census bureau has announeed he census returns for tho town of St. Johnsbury and Utero has beoti an in .'iiasc of 7.4 'ter cent in the past 10 ,'eiirs. The prosent population is !,701, an itterpast! of do:1, over the 'f)10 census. The populaticn of the '.'iliaco is 7,l(i-'!, an ine reasc of -170. S'arting in IT'.K) with only 1 l'i in ìiìbitants the town has gaine,! in very census, thouglt tho inerca.se 'rem 1!HK to 1)10 was 1,083, which is nero of a gain than in the pa.st .dc aao. The last tenus gave Rrnnin.'"--.hout 500 more inhabitants than St. khiv.bury and it is quite likely that he lieiiiiington county town will -.ep a good load as the largest town n the .'lato. In tho 1:)10 cr.sus 'lontpelier onlv h;id 100 inoro inlta itants tltan St. Johnsbury, and it vi1) be itttcresting to see how dose h se two comniuties aro when tho er.sus of Vermont's cajiilal i; an u unecd. Wild Demonstration Follows Presentation of GeneraFs Name at Convention (By the Associated Press) COLISEUM, Chicago, June 11 Nominateci by Gov ernor Alien of Kansas seconded by Frank Knox of New Hampshire and Mrs. Douglas Robinson of "New York, the candidacy of Ma j. General Wood was placed today before the Kepublican National Convention. Uurinp; Gov. Allen's recital of Cen. Wnnd's reeoril (ti' iwn enrvipp snn- iiorters interioctod fieouent. rhoerq. ! wpl' "lany Wood boosters Thcre was mudi moving a round among tho delegatcs however an 1 a ntild runiblo of conversation. Thero in the. gallery and fhoy kept breaking in with applauso. As Gov. Alien recited (Continued on page fi ve) iggrmirTOi!aKwm,wf in min LANDÌNG FIELD AT FAIR GROUND ballot We wi ll ?pace Inside the Race Track Will He (iraded for That Purposc As a revjlt of (he i-ecent visit of ,'apt. H. E. Stickney of Rellows Fa!!s 3 St. Johnsbury it ha- been deeided : utilizo tho ovai inside tho race, rack of the Caledonia county fair ,rcund for a Linding fteld for air danos. This was tho site that ploas 'd Capt. Stickney so niuch, and after i loft St. Johnsliurv a conference was held with tho ofticers of ilio Ai ir Ground Company who vo"e vcry vlr.d to co-operate with the promoter f tho proposttion to put St. Johns jin v on the aero map. Tho coTiimittee of the Commercial club who has the matter in eli argo will arrungc l'or prepari ilio inner nal for a siy'f ible landing fieli! so that Capt. Stickney can conio bere with bis Curtiss piane as soon as the fìeld is ready. General f-atisfaction is exjtrossed round town that a site has been selected so near the village and it is believed thero will be. a ready responso to the cali for cash contri buì ions to crado tho place. Capt. Stickney was pleased to select the landing place in a fair ;ioiind where the crowd would see the aviators without gotting onto the field. Ho also spoko of j,ho noculiar advantage of the site bocause it was on a plateau and the aviator ap proacbing the landing fichi could -'lido right unto the field and not bave di on into a "pocket" as would bave been tho case on the first fichi that was visited on the road to St. Johns burv Center. wVe Don9t Pretendi ihat m For ali-round style, quality and value see tho men's suits wo are showiifv now at $10.00 to $o'0.00. Those suìts deserve special merition bocause of their special value. Single or doublé breasted in the new stripes on solid blue, grays and browns. I'ancy mixturcs in various shades of gray, brown and green. Hand tailored, good quality, satisfactory suits. Wc'rc glad to show them. Co-operative SNoes for men. Queen Quality ohoes for wo men. ASSELIN BROS. The Spot CLOTHING and SHOES ALICE LAKE in the Monumentai Ameri can Play "Shore Acres' Front JAMES A. HERNE'S celebrateti New England draina. GLOBE Monday mé wc can fit every man with out a wrinkle, but unless you've g:ot some èxtraordin ary tw ist we can fit you smoother and better in our Summer Suit Line than you bave ever been fitteci be fore. Perhaps you may smile, but we are. waiting lo put you to the; test.'" Try on, just once, whether you buy or not. You can'l lose. SUITS $30 and Up TROUSERS $5 to $10 We are seling for $3.00 The Best STRA WHAT ever shown in town with the Ivy ali lcather sweat (i 3-1 to 7 5-8 Take a look - STEELE, TAPLIN & CO. Y. A. TAPLIN. Proprietor On the Hill We are qualifiod to carry out the instructions of Uiosc n-'ho empioy us be cause of our thor oughly modem equ ipment. C)ur ser vicos we try to make effìcient and cour tcous and Te solicit your patronage for To Read md Remember The chief cause of the ili boalth of tilt American people is CONSTIPATIOI. If the vaste of the body in not properly disposed of daliy , indigestion must rcsult. Whcn there rs indigestion there is an impropcr as? imilatioti of food, Iosa of flesh, and in time a general run-down condition affecting the whole nervous system and often causing diseasc of various organs. TUE AMERICAN LITTLE LIVEIZ TADLETS is the "Best General Regulator." They net s a general tonic to the stomach and bowcls; nature is simply aidod in doing ber work properly and good hoalth results. Thcy are purely vcgetablo. Dose One or two at night as needed. In case of chronic constipation, one half to one glass of hot or cold water, night and morning is helpful. TUE AMERICAN THROAT TADLETS have beo carefully compounded to ntoet the general domami for a general throat tablet, to be dissolvei!' in the mouth for lioarscncss, sore throat, tonsilitis, couglts and colds. As childron cannot garglo, and the American Throat Tablet is as palatable as candy it is tho t cmedy par exccllence for them. They are helpful to the stomach and cannot be surpassed as a preparation to be kept in the house at ali times. Dircctions Dissolve one in mouth cvftvy hoiur or two as needed. Small children, one-fourth to one half tablet. NAZOL is an antisoptic, poothing nasal ointment for CATARRI! ANI) COLDS. I- s composod ot Bovic Acid, Sodium Chloridc, Men tjiol Oil of Eucalyptus ani White Petrolatum, a formula that meets with the approvai of physicfatis., NAZOL is put up in ncat metal tubes. If you have catarrh, or cold ìn the head, try Nazol. These proparations can be procured of your regular dealer, or. will be sent by mail upon reccipt of price. TUE AMERICAN CHEMICAL COMPANY, St. Johnsbury, Vt.