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PAGE TWO ' "i CA1LEDONIAN-RECORD SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1920 " i . l'i" i i " " "' 111 1 ' j 1 1 rie 2 in 7 Washing Machine gives the utmost in washer value at a minimum price This machine has provision for three extra tubs or baskets, has four positions for the wringer, and the clothes can be rinsed by the electric power in a separate tuk Do not pay a long price for a washing machine until you have investigated the 2 in 1 A: E. Corniseli & Son IT 65 HE ENJOYS PERFECT HEALTH FRUIT-A-TIVES Keepi Hia Stomnch, and Liver in order jBIiliANT ' ! CHURCH WEDDING ! AT W1LDER ìfP'WZ Membeirs òf Co. D Attention! You are hereby given final notice that the provisions of the Sixty-First Artide of War will b rigidly enforced hereafter. This article provides tliat for cadi unauthorized absence from Drill, Armory Instruetion, or Indoor Target Piactiee, a Private may be fined $H.ul) and a Non-Commissioned Offìcer $-1.00, or the Sum mary Court may award confinement in lieu thereof at the rate of one day for each dollar. Hereafter, every infringement of the above Artide of War will be brought to trial. STEWART CHENEY, Capt. Commanding. VP l'ivi c Ray W. Howard and Miss Nita A. Palmer Manieil Wednesday Afternoon ' F. R. AD A IVI 3 I5l Elm St., Lakeport, N. II. "Irealize that I have reaclu'4 tho ago (65) wlien ouo often reijiiires fixing up. ìly digestioa was not right and trouble with my Liver aud Bowels caused cousideralle distress. I could iiot get rid of ''ho Cousti pation ; andtheinsufficieiit action of my bowels resulted ia my ilood absorbing the poisons. Last fall, I began taking 'Fruit-a-tives' or Fruit Liver Tablets, and after usiug them for a short time I could seo they wero just what my system required. My liver becama active and improveuieut iu every way vas apparent. I doubt whetber anyone could feel better than I do ; and I a;a willin to give credit where credit i.s due, ta ,'Fruit-a-tivos'," F. IL AUAMS. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial sizo 25c. At dealers or from FllUlT-A-TIVLS Limited. OGDENSUURG, li. Y. FOR SALE Threc two-tenemer.t houses on the Plain. Two-tenement house, barn and lartre pai'dsn. Ea.'-y terms. Nice cottage, barn, garden, smail pavnient down. Balanre in rent. Best rooniing hou?e in St. Johns bury. Easy terms. Chas. E. Kirk, St. Johnsbuiy Starting June 26 we will sell ali our bakers goods at f i 15 per cent Discount i : the Last Two Hours of each day. Monday G 8, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 4 G, Saturday 810. In this way it will enable us to have f resh goods every day. Doughnuts from now on will be 20 cents a dozen. Eat more Doughnuts. Telephonc 23S-M Greens Bakery, 65 Main Street C. II. POPE For Sale FOR THE JUNE BRIDE A new house, just compieteci, seven rooms, ali hard wood floors and hard wood finish in every room, nice new bath room, electric lights, furnace, large front porch, shaded lawn, can move right in. Fine location, con venient to eveiything. Can be secn any time. , I have a well located farm that I want to trade for a house in the vil lane. A. B. Dow's Agency, 12 East ern Avenue, St. Johnsbuiy, Vt. Tel. One. ST. JOHNSBURY CENTER M il àntod We can use several meri tó good advantage in each of the followihg positions: Machinists Blacksmiths Tool Makers Painters Millwrights Wood Pattern Makers Metal Pattern Makers Mouldera We can also use several women in our machine department on light machine work. E. & T. Fairbanks & Co. St. Johnsbury, Vermont Employment Dept. Wrs. S. A. Furgerson of Lyndon ville visited Mrs. E. E. Emery Tues dav. , Mrs. Frank Hooker of St. Johns bury visited Mrs. Daniel Gallaghcr Thursday. T James Pringle of Concord, N. H called on his mother, Mrs. A. B. Prin gle, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Prin gle, who h is becn confined to the house for several weeks, is slowly gaining. Mrs. Grace Simpson and three ehil dren, Mi', and Mrs. Archie Colbath and Bert Campbell were at L,ynuun Thursday morning to attend the wed ding of Clifton Campbell and Miss Hortense Campion. Mrs. Augusta Phelps of St. Johns bury is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Farnham for a few days. Miss Patrena Harran of St. Johns bury spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. Herbert Coates. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frost of Bev erly, Mass., ii spending a short time with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Sargent. Mr. and Mrs. Sargent with their guests, are camping at Lake Morey lor a few days. E. A. Wilson of St. Johnsbury i;. spending a few weeks with his mother, Mrs. Sara Wilson. m T?,.inVi Nnves and children and Mrs F II. Robinson visited tneu mother, Mrs. Sara Wilson and biotti ... I.-1,! H'iknn TVlllrsHaV. Mrs'. Nellie Canon òf Rochester, Mass.",' is spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. l'ianw rio.i. m;.. Mnttip Aver is home iiom tne Johnson Normal school lor the sum mer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gray and two boys were at Johnson last week to attend the graduating cxerciscs. A comedy drama in three acts cn titled "Lighthouse Nan" w. be sivcn in Green Mountain uiange !.... Ti.no f.n The play "Light-hou-e Nan , wh.cn was to be given on Saturday night at St. Johnsbury Center by the young people of Shoflìeld, has been post poned to Wednesday night, June .A) i f.,.nnn Mnnntiiin Grange Hall. This play has been given in different placs, and no one snouiu iau io it. After the play there wfll be ice cieam and cake l'or salo. Snuare Circle Girls Have Picnic oupper Tl,o "iris nf the Snuare Cu eie of the Community League acid a picnic sup nr... nf tVio'Wnman's Club House Thm-sdav rvening anl a delicious cni-!i'l wn sni-vod bv Mrs. II. V Blodgett and the girls in the new or f:inÌ7.:tion. At the dose of the evo- r:mr' cniovnient the girls carried forni to Sunsct Home. The regulai meeting of the Club will be held Tuesflav evenimr. June 21), ut the Mary St. Johnsbury people me in terested In the weddin.'T at Wilder on Wednesday afternoon of a former resident, Ray W. Howard, nof ol Pier re:,ident, Ray W. Howard, of l'ier mer, youngest daugh'er of Mr. and Mrs. David K. Palmer of Wildor. The bride has fmiucntly visited St. Johns bury at the homes of her biothers, li. A. and Cecil E. Palmer and is also well known here. The First Congregational church of Wilder was the scene of the brilliant wedding at li o'clock in the after noon, the auditorium being lilled with relatives and fricnds of the contract ing parties. Rev. L. G. Chase, pastor of the church performed the ceremony us ing the doublé ring service. The bride who was given in marriage by her father, was attended by her sis- . ... .1.1 Ci- ter, Miss C. Augusta l'aimer, oì oi. Albans, as maid of honor, and two bridesmaids, Miss Jcnnie Willis of St. Albans, and Miss Nita Ellis of Morrisville. Dorothy S. Howard, niece of the groom, was the little flower girl, and Emery il. l'almer of St. Albans, nephew of the bride was the ring bearci-, carryinjr the rings on a long stemmed rose. The groom's bnst man was his cousin, Fred E. Wnn.li nfr nf N'pv.nort. and he ushers ! were Cecil E. Palmer of St Johnsbury 'ov,.i i.nuTmiM Ti. I'n;mci- of Wilder. The Misses Margaret Campbell and Lillian Palmer, violins, accompanied bv Miss Miriam Campbell, at the or- gan playeil the "junuai cnorus num Lohengrin as the bridal party entered the church and Memli lsshon s wed ding march at the dose of the mar riage ceremony. iney aiso piauu a few selections as the guests were as sembling. The church was decorateli with four evergreen arcnes ai un: entrancc and aisles, studded with nink roses, while bowjuets of roses and ferns were used in protusion through the cntire church. 1 he mino wore a gown ot while siik nei uvei Silver doth with bodice of point lace cut t-n train. She wore a tulle ve draped high at the back and ntid in .itiAn with n wreath of white sweet peas and carried a bouquet of white roses and shovver of white sweet peas Her only ornament was a string of pearls, the gii't of the groom. The maid of honor wore Nile green taffetà silk with Silver lace and carried a bouquet of pink roses. The brides maids, Miss Willis wore canary blue tafieta silk. while Miss Ellis wore rose (link silk, both cai rying bouquet of pink sweet peas. The little ilower girl carried a crocheted flower basket filled with pink rose buds. Following the ceremony a recep tion was held at the home of the bride's parents. Miss Gladrs M. Pal mer of Waitsfield, a schoolmate of the bride.' scrved in the dimngrooni asMsted by the Misses Doris Howard, . T.,,-,r,,.vitP Palmer. On return , ,. . ,r.. , from their wedding trip, Mrs. Howard will De at. nome i. the first of August at riermoni, H'()nt of town guests prcser.t at the wedding include.!: Mr. and Mrs. U. A. Palmer and famiiy, Jir. anu C E. Palmer and lamiiy, ir a..u i... ti' ut u,,-..,ifl Mr. and Mrs. Car- roìl Fox, Mr. and Mrs. II. . D. Moore of S. Johnsbury; ini. -V3- " . Howard of est iJu. Ke ; x. . x - and son, Emery, Miss C . August . C redEn"vodrulrofNew tifi Tùr Mu T. B. Ellis, and m; - Niti Fllis of Morrisville; Mi. and M-? K V- "oward and family of Piermont, N .U. NEW IIAVEN EMPLOYES MAY LOSE SENIORITY NEW IIAVEN, Conti., June 2i T,nji nf Kfnioritv rio'hts will Ijp the I penalty employed on ihe Njw Ilaven : road to ali mèn who have joined ihe ' so-callcd unauthorized strike of the , switchmeii and yardmen if they do ! not register l'or their old placos by I Satuiday, June 20. The spare meli now employed in the service are givtn 1 until 4 o clock Saturday vo register. VERSAILLES TKliA l i NEW YORK, June 20 The speedy atrifu-atioa of th tìtrenty of Versailles after the flimination of Artide 10 is ui hcd by Herbert C. Hoover the plat form on which the Reraiblican party should stand in the coming campaign. Mr. Hoover takes the stand that ihe implied threat of military force to guarantee the integrity of foreign na tions was out of the question. "The League's power would be more po tent if the threat of military force were removcd and the Lea.iue relied wholly on its moral and economie power. Mr. Hoover said that sooner or later the United States must ratif'y the treaty of Versailles in some forni and that the talk of negotiating a new treaty was "bunk. MADE OVER 7 CENTS ON 30,000 POUNDS OF SUGAR NEW YORK, June 2(i Henry Borchas, a Brooklyn sugar dealer, jn dicted on 115 counts for profiteering in sugar, wa3 held today in $."1,000 bail before U. S. Commissioner McCabe. He is charp;cd with makin-v a profit of 7 1-8 cents a pound on 30,000 pounih of sugar. The Worfd'i Createsi Higbway To The Pacific Coast A BUSINESS trip to the Coast becomes pleaaur when you cross the Canadian Paciriq Rockies excellent dining cara and service, compartment ob eervation cars, Liberal stop-over privileges. See VANCOUVER, Canada's gateway port to the Pacific, with the Vancouver Hotel of metropolita! standard; and VICTORIA, a tit of old England, with wonderful drives and golf links. The Empress Hotel otTers splendid hosphality. Cali or write for TourP CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY L. R. HART, Cenerai Agent, Passenger Dept, 333 Washington Street Boston-9-Masa. AH ìnlormation eoncern.nfr I anada turnisiied I j 011 request. Canadian Newsparers on tile. lT r ,a...i. ama Fuundcd 1851) I MR-HAPPV PARTY Jjr .Bis, Il i WHAT. I SAID - BE FEO ! DAN Cupid's got an ap 1 petite as big as his heart and that is as big as ali outdoors. Ile wbispered to us the other day after getting through with a good sized sirloin steak that he couldn't live on hugs and kisses. Watch for Mr. Happy Party I) ;5r..iot:.;'. .'i':VT.,a ! Special Notice j Have your hats cleaned and i blocked at the j Shoe Shine Parlor We use the best bleach ever madc. Lowell Commercial College AgainWins Honors of New England in Typewriting Contesta Boston Contest, May 1, Simmons College Open to students in ANY school or college in N. E. Over 70 picked contestants. Two Lowell grls won medals and a third fìnished next to medal winners. THE BEST AVERAGE OF ANY SCHOOL COMPETINE WINNERS OF N. E. B. C. TROPIIY for second consecutive year. Trophy awarded to school whose team of six pupils had highest aver age after series of three contests. Connecticut State Champion beaten again this year. IT'S WHAT OUR GRADUATES DO, that has made the reputation of this school over the past sixty years. Results of a higher order are expected of L. C. C. Ci aduates. Not only do our pupils enjoy a superior training, but also most attractive and comfortable living accom modations at very low rates. Send for our new Year Book, and other information. Lowell Commercial College Lowell Massachusetts SOUTH WALDEN n,. ,l Mrs. Percy Buck nei .. n.ll f fili 1 1 . tll" .Mrs. i,iniiui i'o .""-" . . i. Mrs N. II. Drew one uay Mrs. Archie Mucs is !-pemiis few da's viMtmir ner paic-ni., Stannard. lic; O.ic. of V. . J). uarneu.-. foli and broke his arni so i.auiy m.- he v.as taken to St. jonnsnuiy i-.-i a.. X Bay exanunation. N. II. l'rew nas nuiuwu crland cai. , ,. , . , . C. T Kastnian was wki-m huin. ..... ili on Sunda- night and his condit o.i was so erious he v.as taken to the ho.ital but is moie comiortal.le at this writimr. His many lnenas nope he will gain rai))dly. . ' . , . K T.T r': visiting her parenis, u. N. II. Drew. ' imìM J M wwmntftìW mimi vr&$m. "i Stessi Q ir""'"""' X vJintiMU cw. All' Kinds of Scales Repaired In these davs of high prices you cannot alford to throw away your old scales. Lct us ovcrhaul your used one and make it good as new. We have a Tcw used scales as good as new. Drop in and look them over. Satisfaction guaranteed or rio' pay. Second-hand scale3 bought and sold. The Vermont Scale Repair Co. Granite Square, oppositc Passenger Station St. Johnsbury, Vermont !illiil:llBlllilllli;i!illlllìllillll!llPiailHlilll!MII!l!!lliaiHIIIIIII! iiniiiiii!i:iiiiiui!iiiii;iiiiiiniiiiii!iiii!iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini! 2 1 Mg S ìtj -il YòurGasMetei is Mòre Accurate Than Tour Watch t '! Put one hundred of the best watches against one hun dred gas meters in a cruciai test for accuracy, exposcd to the same varying conditiona of heat, cold, humidity, and the meters will win out every time. AH things consiJored, the gas mcler is one of the most accurate meusuring instruments in use today. Like the registering turnstile in baseball paiks, railroad slations and fair grounds, the meter will not operate unless something passes through it. The mechanism is not set in motion and the indicator hands cannot move except as more or less gas passes through the meter and makes them move. Before a meter is set in your premises, it is thoroughly tested and proved for correct ref-istration by your gas cofti pany, or, in certain sections of the country, by meter inspec tors employed by the city or state. These inspectors ure your trusted representatives and they place an officiai seal upon the meters, thus certii'ying to their accuracy. It is inHTc3tinf to know Ihut tliu originai inecliaiiirul principilo aiU.ptuil in 144 (or thu ci irrct mi'.-isunnii'iit i.f j:uj siili pei:iat. liun droils of Inventori) ha ve eiuW'Hvureil lo j-.i'l boiaetl.ii.bi-itur, but tliL-y liuvt iniprovuil on Ufuils n!y. Tod:iy Ihe nictir stamls u:ì tho BLirvivul it the rittti.t. If a moro perfect duvio tuul.l bu btuiiii:.!, your i3 i-oi.i- pany would proiui.t'.y Joi-t it. f y'A- Xv.!! in -Sold I5y ST. JOHNSIiURY GAS CO. MKMnF. R OF Tlin A M T" R I C A N C A li A f; K O : I A T 1 o li ::..iiiH!t'.".)iMw:ii,iHì'ijHHit::n.Hii!ii:iHM E:!;il':i!i!iiMMi::i,i;;!;;ii!:;; 1 ri i i .;ìììm;i:;ì..ìihi.;. i..ii;:;ii! nvi wv rnitHAi a nnimrrk s; mi) lntlLAbolrltU Wi!ii;iSii-li:Ì . .... Woman's Club House.