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famine: September 29, 1921.
iRTS ON E 28-Professors of 1 constitute a major irs of the new Court I Justice as just elect follows: s of law in univer- both professors of ire professors of in while one is a pro ,toty of political and are Moore, of the Aitumira. of Spam !y; Huber, of Swit- Japan; Weiss, tlomente. of Cuba include Finlay of id Loder of Holland Anzilotto are both jw and lawyers. Denmark is called of Brazil a states Sution-maker. B judges are or have r members of com tfemational tribunals em to be classed as jsmen of internation- ithumb-nail sketches oore, of the United f ot international icy at Columbia Un bars; has been Third iary of State and i State Department; itcrous international (missions and once permanent Court at irt Bannatyne Fin fitain, studied medi slawyer, 'member of tor General, Attor- i Rector of Edin I Chancellor of En k of the Permanent Ifioit. Switzerland, is pro tiorial law ' in the jpich, jurisconsul in Itraent of the Swiss jwas a delegate to (ence in 1907. IGjedde Nyholm of n a member of the pi Tribunal at Cai i a member of the Ion. farbosa of Brazil, president of that f Finance, member ue conference and ithors of the Bra- f Holland, is a spe U law, has been a Holland Supreme fcember of th com-1 I" up the plan for Iourt of which he of Japan, is pro f allege of the Kyo Nt.v, is a samauri f clan, studied law I and Germany and Ms on the science pe administration frs old. feiss of France, is in Mulhouse. He J in the University lr of the Institute for the French (member of the N and Political of the Perma litration. fltamira y Crevea fr of the history N institutions in iunu. He was I pommission of the ' which elaborated pe International H was president an Institute of He wa3 a mem- r'on Commission' n the dispute be- j J" and Germany I'" aiorocco. P of "aly, is a ftary General of pns, professor of f the University Fr of the Per P'tration. Sanchez de Bug fcPies the chair Lm the Universi I dean of the law fr f the Euro '"national Uw, Fbn Society of pe was a Cuban conference in I the Peace eon-j I' member of Half Million Will ttend Big Dairy Show at St. Paul (By Aunrlatrd Pre..) St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 28 Approx imately half a million visitors are expected inSt. Paul to attend the National Dairy Show and the sev enteen big conventions allied with the dairy industry which will be held during the show at the Minnesota fair grounds October 8 to 15. Conventions to be held during the dairy exposition are: National .Creamery Buttermakers' Association. International Milk Dealers' Asso ciation. National Association of Ice Cream Manufacturers. National Conference tive Creamery Men. National Dairy Council. National Dairy Association. American Jersey Cattle Club. American Guernsey Cattle Club. Holstein-Friesian Association of America. Ayrshire Breeders Association. Allied States Creamery Associa tion. North Central States Association of Dairy and, Food. Wisconsin State Cheese Associa tion. Wisconsin Dairy Protective Asso ciation. PAUATKA DAILY NEWS HOW GENERALS OF BASEBALL DIET FOBCESJF FIELD By Aaiioctntrti nui New York, Sept. 28 An interest ing sidelight on world series of other- years is concerned in the nminn of the pennant winning teams, whose employment of baseball cunning in the various games has been nnn nf the invisible yet most potent factors in tne great events. Connie Mack, the slender the Philadelphia Athletics, can lay ciaim to the greatest world series honors. Three of Mack's teams have won the series since the National the Court of Arbitration at th, Hague. He has been a senator and president of the foreign affairs com mittee of the Cuban Senate and is the author of books on international law. Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders As sociation. Minnesota Creamerv Buttar Man. ufacturers Association. County Agents. State Extension Service and Railway Agricultural De partment Men. An open rate of fare and one half tor the round trip for the dairv show has been authorized by the Western l'assenger association, according to William E. Skinner, general manager of the Dairy Show. The reduced fare would apply to St. Paul and Minneapolis from the following ter ritory: Northern peninsular of Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, a portion of Montana, South Dakota east of the Missouri river, Iowa on and North of the Illinois Central, Sioux City to Dubuque. I-C-E! These are the Days of The Keen, Cutting Thirst , The shank of the heated term is here and .Even this ice roan of yours, being human, cooler days. we are all glad of it. is looking forward to In the meantime, everybody is conscious of a peculiar thirst, espe cially during the middle hours of the day. It is then that children are inclined to peeve and folks of older growth find themselves impatient at triffles. There is a simple remedy for this condition; it is a cooling drink. Mother, put a few lemons in the refrigerator and be prepared to serve lemonade to the little ones. Drink it yourself you could not choose a better beverage. Don't ,let your ice supply run low. , Watch it guard it as never before. Don't let your refrigerator lose a fraction of a degree of its efficiency too much depends upon it. Keep if well loaded with OUR ICE. Southern Utilities Company commission took hold of baseball hi 1905. Twice Mack found himself pit ted against the wily John McGraw, manager of the New York Giants and Mack won on both occasions. Another of baseball's greatest lead ers, Frank Chance, of the Cubs, lost a series to the Mackmen. However, Chance was one of the select few who led their teams to world series victory on two occa sions. In 1907 and 1908 his Cubs turned back Hughie Jennings' De troits. Chance's outfit was defeated in the series of 1906 by Manager Jones' Chicago White Sox. The Cubs were woefully weak in that series, taking into consideration the fact that they had set a new record for games won in winning the Na. tional League pennant. Bill Carrigan won two series 1915 and 1916, with the Boston Red Sox. The following table shows the winning and losing managers since 1905. 1905. McGraw, New York Nat'ls from Mack, Philadelphia Am ericans. 1906. Jones, Chicago Americans, from Chance, Chicago Nat'ls, 1907. Chance, Chicago Nat'ls, from Jennings, Detroit Americans, 1908. Chance, Chicago Nat'ls from Jennings, Detroit Americans. 1909. Clarke, Pittsburgh Nat'ls from Jennings, Detroit Amer icans. 1910. Mack, Philadelphia Americans from Chance, Chicago Nat'ls. 1911. Mack, Philadelphia Americans from McGraw, New York Na- tioals. 1912. Stahl, Boston Americans, from McGraw, New York Na tionals. PAGE 3 A Tonic For Women "I was hardly able to drag, I was so weakened," writes Mrs. W. F. Ray, of Easley, S. 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Moran, Cincinnati Nat'ls from Gleason, Chicago Americans. Hawaii Recruiting Its Labor Supplies (By AuiwIiiM Prraa) Honolulu, Sept. 28 The advance guard of a new labor supply, to off set the present shortage in the Ha waiian Islands, has arrived here in the form of 430 men and women from Porto Rico, accompanied by many children. The laborers were recruited by 1920. Speaker, Cleveland Americans from Robinson, Brooklyn Nationals. agents of the Hawaiian Sugar Plan- ters Association. Their voyage from Porto Rico was reported to have been .uneventful except for a slight epide mic of influenza which led to the pla cing of the laborers in quarantine at Colon, Canal Zone, for several days. They will be distributed among the plantations whose need of labor is most pressing, it was announced. Efforts will be made to induce more of their countrymen to come here, the Planters Association said. We are proud of the confidence doc tors, druggists and the public have in 666 Chill and Fever Tonic. 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