JUNE 11, 1020
- THOSE "
WOMEN'S COATS and SU1TS
Are Moving Out At
20 and 25 Discount
Why? Eecause this is a July opportunity in
cailyJunc. Better scn thcm at once.
You can also cimose from about Seventy-fivc
Waists, up to date, high grade Georgette, Crepe de
Chine and Silk Waists, ono of a kincl in most in
20 per cent Off
Don't dclay your visit to
LEACH & WATERMAN
This Thcatre gives you the bestr.in
SAMUEL VC()LI)WYN, Prescnts
A play that covri
the v.- iole ranno
air ui v m ug ì
'sisters and cousins and aunts
ìnaaconiPiiv pnoioaramu wun a sira
ouf a happy hour.
Olir Exceptional Feature:
1031 MOORE, in "THE GAY LORI) QUEX"
"THE SILi;NT AYEXGEIt," Episode 2
2 Act Sunsìiinc Comedy
Vose riano used SolJ by L. K. Ilarvey, Passumpsic, Vermont
Hills Novelly Orchestra
You Buy Value
When You Buy Shoes
Price alone means little it's the style, the
fit and comfort, the lon service in dailv
wear that counts in our Shoes and yours.
These things niake value the safè guide in
We invite comparison, and loave the de
cision entirely to your senso of vaine to
day, tomoiTow and as long as our Shoes are
AMEY & REED .
Successors to Bundy & Amey
I "WIIERE SHOES ARE FITTED"
picturcs, projection and music
ot society and
s ali about
is a fotch
will roun l
neari inrou inai
The Globe Orchestra
Chas. H. Howe
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
In connection with the
Miss Evelyn Llackburn will conduct
a 'oman's Exchange
G1RLS WAMED AT
ONCE AT THE NEW
. U. IV Warner, the "trat-ie-lipped
Cl-oslerficld di' the .scrrtn", as one
n Viewer icallod iiim, has the most ef
fettivo iole :t ìiis srroon career in
"Iii.untinn' Sh idows,"' his latcst Robertson-Cole
Xbadows" is a sciceli adaptation of
"The House" of a Thousand Candlos",
tory story whk-h has provided mate
rial for one of the most successful
ph.ys on the spoakini; stae for a de
cade. The storv revolves around the j
M l'antro provi-'ions of the will of anj
eiceiirrie old millionaire who stipu-
lideil that his t'randson, John Glen- j
Min, should live for a year , unin- 1
teiruptcdly in the ramblin.i; old castle j
wliich the old man had huilt in the j
L diana forcst, kr.wn ifs "The House
of e ThousanJ Candles.' A photo- I
il;.- classed as one of the most de- j
liehtful of the year. At the Pleasc
U today only.
I uince at I'oint Comfort, Joe's
Pond. Saturday night, June 12. Mrs.
Wiìkie's orchi-slra. adv.
Mrs. Ella Ilarran and , Miss Ethel
Ilarran of Watervillo, 'l Q., are
KT.ests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Coats
a few days.
Mrs. George Newell visitod her
parent.-;, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Perry, at
Si JohnsbuiT Center Thursdav.
M. C. Garfield and Edward ' Petrr-s-.ii
were in Lyndonville Thursday 01;
Stop ai Ru-noll Lowrey's store in
Somerville and f:et a fresh loaf of
Wakorfihl Riis'. "Cream Flake
l'i ead". Ahvays fresh. adv.
H. A. Cho.dev was in Lyndonvillo
oii business Thursday. ,
Mrs. Charles C. Locke, who is liv-in.;-
at Lyndonvillo with her daun'h
ter, Mrs. Bcattie, was in town Fl'i
dav. E A. Cook of Orleans was here on
lojral business Friday.
The Ladies' Aid and Giace Unity
club will hold a food sale at the
Mothodist cliurch Saturday at 2
o 'clock. v 2!I7-2!)S
It is reported "no pure turpentine
i'i St. .lohnsbury." The fìrm of
Sta fiord & Stevens on Prosepct Ave.,
e.L" to intorni the public that thev i
h.ve I'UKE TCRPENT1NE in any J
rantity dosired; also any other j
prints, stairis or varnishrs you may I
Polar Cub Electric Fans at The1
Peck Co. v adv. !
Brass Beds, lighting fix
tures, electiic lanii)S, '
etcì- Estiniates given.
Work called for. Scnd
postai. Prices reason-al-le.
DAYH) I)U VAL
.1 Noiih A venne,
St. Johnslmrv, Vt.
10 Ilens and House
Rexrior Gas Heater
.'! Dairy W ater Tubs
ift., 5ft.. 7 ft. 1
Fiat To)) Desk
Genico Rear Tire Holder
Invalid's Iìedside Tablo
Cari D. Hovey
ihiit will m:iko you feci cool and look
cool that's t he kind we are sellin.v
that are e;pnerously cut and thoroujh
Jy comfortable for warni weather
v Our jiiices ami the unusual values
in fabrics and worknianship add t.)
DEAN P. McLELLAN
Ì ..... v I
At Leclefc's Hall
Henaulfs Full Orchestra
Admission G.'c por couple
Extra lady 28c
By USAN F. HAYFORD.
"Fui t'oodness saUo, .lini Ciraliata. :
w hat n liiiiUIng. riunii ! If you aivn't !
ennupli lo try the patlenee of Jul." '
The iisiiully soft voice was liió'b
pitclu'd imi! (iicriilnus.
"Uliy, wliat's the uiatter; wlmt's up
nowV" liKiuiicd Mr. Crahani frolli the
deptlis of Jiis neu spaper.
"Wcll, If you woulil use your eyes
you'd see wluit v;is 1 1 io inatte!'. Insl
look at tliut mi:, ami after I've elenneil
j ali ila', too." Ami lii.s wlfe puinted an
I acciisiiig tinger at tlie ìmul tracks t lui t
1 spremi ueruss the Iloor.
Ile a ve a heyrt.v laush. "So that's
j nlI.Js It ; well, l'in soi'ry, hot come .vai
give ine a kls$ nini say that you for-
i ),rive it thl.s tiine." Ami puttin:,' mi arni
j about the trini little walst he drow her
j down to the arni of bis chair. Hut sbe
( wrs Hot to he so easily appensed, nini
i w ; : li an angry JeiU sire puiieu nersen
! "Oli, that's just like you you never
lai;.; aiiytluiiK senously, timi I oorli mi
day tryin;,' to Ueep lhinj.rs neaf. Look
:.t your coat on one chair, your hai
rli.:l t on the niantel and "
?ir. Graham hdd down his paper
v, a sijdi.
"Well, Arnes, I suppose wt niitrht
i:s well g'-t this set lied. l'in gettine
tirel of belili mif:ed every nlslit
lai- !y. I m ver complain abont what
,' U do, and after ali 1 fiirnish the
ì.t:ì: ;e for a home," he emled iini'ily.
It wus a very iiiifortiinate remark
just ut 1 1 ni t moment, and the tears
lilird Mrs. Grnhain's eyes in spi te of
her efft rts to keep ihém back. "Very
ti. If tliat'.s the way you feci. I
tlii:. e 1 had better earn my own liv
lua' I did once witliont any trouhle,
and you can bave your house just as
Jou please," she said with sarcasui.
Her luisbaiid rose frolli bis chair
and s'poUe severely : "I.ion't talk aon
sense; what is tbe use f ìmikini; a
fuss over nothinj;'"
"Noiiseiise it's more noiyiense to he
a slave for a man, and l'ut tired of It,"
sbe lina;,' back over ber sbollitici- tis
sbe luisleiied to the kitchen, partly to
I a'.tend to the cookini; supper and .nrt
J l.v to lode the fallili tears.
! l'resently ber lnishand appeal-ed ut
j the diniiiu room door in hai ami coat.
"Voli needii't wait up for me; I bave
i a kev. (iood (iveuliiL'," he said coldly,
i an i was pine.
K "Wait, .lini," she eried, hut t Ilo front
I door closed hel'ore she could lhiish the
I si ntence.
j Itesanlloss of (he over-brown chie!:-
i n in tbe oveu she put ber head un the
; itcheu tnble iilitl wept.
j "uh. w hy db 1 over say suoli tlil'.!;;-!'
j l'.at Ihen be ii.ilit bave known t f il. t I
, fliihi't meaii 1 1. imi. and be tlithi't seein
' ! caro if I iliil Ica ve'; probably lr.iì
I l'è 1,'lad," liuti a fresb tlootl of tihl'S
! aiae. bnt after a wbile sbe arose vJlh
l : n air of determinatitui. and taklr.t;
t he tloue tlinm-r freni tbe slove coiuoìlt
; "d Ilio mirror, to be coiifrontod with
very reti ami llin eyes, ami Inr
new silk waisi . spotluil with tear
drops. llalf an hour Inter, a veli hidin;; ber
tear stainetl t yes, she bx ketl the door
inni stnrted for ber dtsir ebuia isa
belle'.s npartineiits, to b't Jim see that
sbe coniti p't alitili wt.thout bini.
i-'he hurried aloni; tln; avellile, intent
on takinj; tbe cai- Jut coininj: in sitcht,
tlieii a fall ami a slutrp paia in ber
Krom r.round " the corner s,omeouo
eppeared, and a f umiliar voice way In
Oh, Jimmy, where were
you'.'" she pispoli.
"Just been wulking aroiiml tlie block
the bist boli.-," he replied carelessly.
With bis arni to supjort ber sbe hob
bled buine in Nilotico, hot once insiile
the cheery livin' room the tears stnrt
ed afresh as ber lnishand turuetl
towartls the hall to bant,' bis bat ami
"Don't, ilcase," sbe eried; "just
(hrow ibeni iniyw bere. I l love to
see them 'round; unti, Jijnniy, I was
ali tired ami cross, and l truly ditln't
meaii it," she coneliiiled frolli Uh?
depths of bis sholilder.
The diiiner hatl lost its tlavof, but
the illiiers were radianaly. happy
enniit;h to overlook it, ami a frarant
clip of coffee inaile a pleasitnt finish.
"Jimmy," sbe suiti, "just ihink, ìnar
rieil 'must a ,vear ami our li.'.'st quarrel.
Wasnt' It silly?"
"So silly it will be the bist," said
Mr. (irahain lip'itiii.i; his cipir.
His wifo went sol'ily over to bla
l'Iniir ami put her arins nlmiit bis necK'.
"W'e'll hoth do just as we like, woii't
we? Ami noboily '11 fuss,, for it's truI.V
home, isn't it V
She limiseli as ber hmlmnd for the
second tiine that evoninp, but now ad
iniresistiii),', drew liei- to tais linee.
"It's home where my liUle wlfe Is,"
be einleil. '
(Copyrlalit, 1319, Mt-rinre Ne.vspaper Syn-tlli-ate.)
Smcked Salt With Tobacco
The sti-aiiKest way of tnkinjr'
alt was probably Uoctor l'arr
fonril reeorils that he uscii to fili bis
pipe lui If with the fmest tobat-eo ami
iialf with salt. After that. It lstmt
very sui-jii'lsiii' to learn that he
smokeil "with a philosophical cuìm
On one oeenslon when the two mot,
Charles I.aiiib's furioiis Miiokiiiu' of
the stroiigest lobnei'o lilletl lioctM'
l'arr with iistonlshmoiit. Gently lay.
inr down bis pipe, be impurotl how'
I.alilb hatl uni veti at bis powef of
smoking at siuh u rate.
"I toileil after it, sir. as some men
toll after virine," was Lainb's rcpjyj
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THE BERRY-BALL DRY GOODS CO.-
"Strictly Conf.d..ntial" by Jerome
K. Jerome, the noted Fn.lish novelidt
p-.e.-ents deli;htful Matite Kennedy
tlir- hest and .110 aniusinj; role of
ber screen career. As the popular
mrrdcal comedy soubrette, the
cbaimini;' little ttar is iv.ore deli'.'ht
f 11! and irrcsi.-. tibie than over. See
' SM'ic'.ly Confa! ntial" at the Globe
t( nielli. It's a bi isht ìollickii;-
ccifu-dy of a saucy .soubrette and sev
1 r.tten sauey servants. It's a Gold
wyr. Picture. "Oh what a tanled
web we weave, when'fiirt we jiraeti.se
1 o deeeive !''
leinain for sor.'.e timo for observa
ticn. John '. Gordon of Cane retuined
ti h.is home in 10 (iranite city Fri
day m ornine afu r making u short
ti il,- of Cah tionia atil Orleans county
in the interest of bis candidjjey for
i ( onrcss tram ibis disti it-t
Mr. and Mis. R. J. Cheney are
iir;(vinn' from l.a.i'ayete to Xo. 2
! Jiii.untain avenue.
Rev. Jeorc A Martin jrave the
! i ' mnienceincnt atlth ess at the R'iatiu
! i-.iinn exi'i ci .OS of Rarton Acadcmy
1 i.'ursday ev( nina-
Mr. an ! Mrs. E. M. Masev vi-it-e
1 Mr. and Mr. . Uwt iMassey ami
l Mr. and Mi f. Orum Stevens at Norlli
I ! i ii ille 1 hurs
j ' Mr. and Mi
I 1:: ve returnrd
, Tlionias Leonaid
f 1 01:1 their wed lin'
tkeii' ìionie 011 l'ort-
tri!) arai art
1 )ona!d Gray of
bere to j.-kiy la.
Wateibury is here
.se ball thU slinuuc!'.
f the Giaylawn farms
, beo on business,
ì-'raiij E. Harris are
11. E. tiia.y
M r.. itili! Mi
homo l'ioni -( vi rai
Mis. Ina Kic.; :.:
Ri ed. Mi.--, es .Ivi. ni
ney of Coni'ord wt-r
dav to iittend the
l.iys' vi.at at
0:1, Mr-. Ehnrr
and Nellie Ran
e in town Thurs
Mr. an 1 Mr;. Archie Caniibell
.i nt Thursday to Woodstock to visi;
t l i ir parents.
The many friends cf Horaeo Kid
(ter will be .-'0; ;y to liear ho is seri-(,u.-ly
i!l witii piieunionia at his home
on Railroad rtieet. Miss Sadie
Ilockcr is cari ;ijf for bini.
Lvman Holtoii of Concord ha-; pur-
i'd a Ford coupé of the Corner
Miss I'iorence Day, who has been j
teachinu' school at Iiarton, iited
y: nnd Mrs. Oscar Cummine,'
l'iursda yon ber way home to j
Miss Margaret L. Lin of Exeter, j
H., is here visititi. liei- brother,
Michael Lia;;, for a few days. -
Mis. Geortre II. Stearn.s leaves Fri- ;
day niulit to attenti tlie jrraduat in ;
( ?ct rcises of the lii'id.i'ewater Nornial
school of which ber rlaii'.vliter, Miss !
Ilelen Stearns is one of the yraduates i
i'hv plans to be away about six j
: vt k-; visitili"' friends. I
Miss Elizabeth Fi-dior
ic entative of '.he .limici
N'ew Enn'land diision,
W Cdnr sdav.
holphile Southier of li
: in Ilright-
th" U. S. Health scrvice, i
Mr.-s. Albert Sp.'uildim; of Lyndon
villo vi.Mted here Thursday.
McmbeiK of W. R. Knapp Post will
meet in fint of G. A. R. Hall at
7.4." p. 111., Simd.iy to attcn.l the VhiX
Dav scrvices at the Globe Thcatre.
A. li. Dow's au'cney has sold the ;
residence at 11 Portland Street for '
Cari 1 . Hovev to Norris H. P.lake.
Mr. Rlake is connectod with the !
niakc-Cowlinjr Manufacturing Co. j
and will soon move bis family here. !
Arthur G. Spra.true, Charles V.
Stcele, Dr. F. E. Farnier and Dr.
Urbert II. Smith of Akron, ()., le j
ferrod Thursday nii;lit from the prò- I
snves'of the Seot. I'ish and Game
Club about 17.", miles from Quebec. ;
They hail txcellent look ti diinij and j
Dr. Farnier landed ,tho biy'Kest trout 1
when he caulit one that weiuhed
ovi r three ii:uinls. "
C. E. Kirk, the rea! estate auent, i
li;;.; sold the John l.'iif'.erwootl prop- j
cit on Cherry .Street to ' George ,
Palmer, the American Express mes- j
srr.ger. He has also sold tlie A. S. 1
Hall property oh Parker avenue to j
John D. and Irvine Kel'.ey of M01-
ri: ville. I'ossession in both eases is 1
Kifn at once. j
Mr. and Mrs. Shemian R. Graham
who bave been spenditi the pa-ttwo i
mi nths in Croton, have returnetl
home. Mr. (irahain, accompanied by j
bis brother, Irvine S'. Graham, of
Franklin, N. II., h'ft Thursday after- ;
T:OOll 101' JiOSlOM wneie ino iui un 1
will receive treatment from an eye !
Ali ìneinebers of the American Le
ioit are speciali'- uretl to atteml a
lei'ion mei tinte in Giaii'l Aimy hall,
Saturday eveniny; at 8 o'elock to make
1.1 ìaniremetns for abie- ceiebration of
the Fourth of July in St. Johnsbury.
P'dar Cub Electric Fans at The
rock Co. adv.
AH sizes, round and oblong,
, plain and glass covered.
Priqes $6.50 to $12.50
fcY'w Tiywnnf hw.'tjjw1 iwmig vi-.n v iwwmfii.
A piclurizalion of Nicholas Icrcdidi's fascinatine
"TUE HOUSE OF A THOUSANI) CANDLES"
As a staffe play "The House of a Thousand Cand
les" Iìss proven one of the srealesl succeses, as a
pholopìay it is a classic. For rcal thrills and mys
tery it is unsurpassed.
2 Recl Western Drama Pathe News
IMusic: Mrs. A. J. Remillard, Piano. Miss Irma
01 tue novei
We Wish You Wourd.
take timo to conio in and just look the place over.
No douht you find it entirely satisfactory to givo
your order over the telephónc or to our salesman,
Ini t there,are one hundred and one things in a store
like ours that you may never think of unless your
attcntion is called specially to them.
Just now there are so many things to use during
the warm months. Things that make your table so
much more satisf-ing. Come in.
F.. A. SCOTT CO.
RANDALUS DEPARTMENT STORE
Friday and Saturday Specials
.fliO.OO Snowball Wa.-hinu- Machines
1 only $!.0() L'aby Sulkie
.?2..",0 Willow Clothes Raskcta
. !,U.4.) Hair Floor Rrushes
$:!.") Full Size Lratheretto Suit Cases with lon(:
Sf'2. V.) Round Aluminum Roasters
Alumiiiiim Desert Spoons
.$7.ól lìoys' Rubber Tired Tricycles
Special Suini;' llammock
Sjiecial Coueh Jlammock, e,ood sprins
Shino Polisli Mops t
.$1.(10 Rread Raisine; Pans ì
.$.". '1 I rotii nj; Roards ,(
1 Lot St. I tennis Clips nini Saucei-ft - ,
l"ic package Tissue Toilet Paper
1 ft. Croy Enamel Doublé Roilers
" sizes (irey EnaiiH'1 Firtdess Cooker Pois
1 1 in. and Pi in. Mattini; Traveline Raes
The Thor Electric Vacuimi Cleaner
toc vainty J an- Mationcry
fide Lyjiiiu Fiirnitiire Polisli
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lh in m mi i i - n in
by Tinoi'sen Iloueh,
oy lanerson itounli, with an
A Great Author's l'rotluction in seven rcels.
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