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THE HAHHK DAILY. TIMES, BARIIE, VT., THURSDAY, JUXJJ IU, 1U20.
RESOLUTE IS THE FAVORITE BUILD YOURSELF UP SO AS TO FEEL BETTER look With Three Victories Over Vanitie and Only One Defeat START FIFTH RACE IN LIGHT WIND .Eat and sleep better, as well as , better, bv taking Hood's JSarsaparil- la. It is an all-the-year-round medi cine, good in all seasons." It purities, enriches and revitalize the blood, creates an appetite, aid di gestion, assists assimiliation of the food you eat, and wonderfully builds up the whole system. In many cases it succeeds where other medicines fail to do any good. If you need a mild, effective cathar tic, get Hood's Pills. Adv. BOLT THREATS OFTEN HEARD Resolute Seems Likely to Be Picked as America's Cup Defender Newport, R. I, June 10. Wrththe series standing three to one in favor of Resolute in the trial races with Van itie for the honor of defending the American, cup against Shamrock IV, the two yachts made sail to-day for the nftu contest. Again tne eariy morn ing conditions were unfavorable so far s wind was concerned, but rememDer- ing that the calm weather at sunrise vesterday was followed by a IZ-knot breeze at noon, the t wo yachts sent up their main sails on time. The race to-day was planned to be a i windward ana leeward affair or tne re verse as the wind favored and it was hoped that the contestants would have an opportunity or showing their rela tive abilities .with flattened sheets in a good thrash to windward. RESOLUTE WON RACE. Chased Vanitie All Over Course, but Time Allowance Cave Veraict, Xewport, R. I., June 10 Reisoliile donated Vanitie again yesterday n tliti afticial try-outs for America' eup deiuioe honors. The winning -" p 'chased Vanitie over the entire 30-mile triungular course, but won through her time allowance, the mariiin bcinir 59 seconds. LARGE BURNING PIMPLES ON FAC And Chest. Red, Irritating and Smarting. Cuticura Heals. "I suited to have large white pimples breaking out on my face KTx ana cnest. i ney were rea X I 1 .L. .1 If di hie inc uay u uij biuiuuig - Tl i . . 1 . 1 i ruDDea against ucm, wey would burn and smart. Upon being opened they would burn. I heard about Cuticura Soap and Ointment and decided to try them. I had the trouble about six months, and after using three cakes of Cuti cura Soap and three boxes Ointment I was healed." (Signed) Joseph Bochler, 385 Davis St., New Bed ford, Mass., July 19, 1919. Rely on Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum to care for your skin. Sunpla Isck Tt j Mall. Aildrasi: "OoMem ltrtrlM, Dtjlt S. Mtl4. Mut." Sold verj. Where Sop&c. Oiptmut:!i twfoOo. Tleuma5c S0r Cuticura Sues without mug. . League of Nations Is the Rock on Which Republi can Leaders Disagree EX-SENATOR CRANE FOR RATIFICATION After Long Night Session, Resolutions Committee Was Deadlocked FOR A VOLUNTARY ARBITRATION BOARD CUMMINS RENOMINATED. Has Majority of 20,000 in the Iowa Primaries. Recommendation That Workers and Employers Create One Placed Before A. F. of L. Montreal, June 10. Recommenda tion that the workers and employers of the United States create a volun tary arbitration commission to settle labor grievances was placed before the annual convention of the American Federation of Labor here to-dav, as a means of bringing about a "more liar monious relationship" and reducing the Des Moines, Iowa, June 10. United States Senator Albert B. Cnmmms was renominated on the Republican ticket at the Iowa primary clectton Monday, according to unofficial returns tabulate ed by the Den Moines capital. Cummins' I Wh cost of living vote whs 107.B43, and S. v. Brook- The resolution, presented by K. L. hard's R,440 in 2,2 is precincts out ot Edgerton of Syracuse, N. Y., repre the 2,247 in the state. 1 he remaining .nting the International Union of precincts to be heard from would not Steam and Operating Engineers, de- materially change the result, it was clared that establishment of the corn- said. A Southpaw Compliment - Small brother "Mr. Jaggs, are you a baseball player T Caller "No, Willie!" Small brotherThen why aid sis tell ma you were such a good catch?" People s Home Journal. yyjJQ Jg Women as well as men nit jimup iiHJwi tiijie iy TO kidney and bladder trou ble. Thousands reoom TU.AME? mc"d Ilr- Kilpner's !Swamp-Root, the great kidney medicine. At druggists in large and medium size bottles. You may receive a sample size bv Parcel Post, also pamphlet telling about it. Address Dr. Kilmer A to., Bingham ton, N. V., and enclose ten cetits, slso mention the Barre Times. Adv. i mission would end the present evele of wage-advancing and prlce-increas ing, "which it seems utter folly to continue." QUIET AT GALVESTON. Freight Congestion Showed More Im , provement To-day. Galveston, Tex., June 9.- The dock strike situation here continued quiet to-day with freight congestion showing further improvement. No arrests have been reported since martial law went into effect Mondav. Authority of civil officials lias not been interfered with. the militia confining their activities to guard duty on the wharves. TRAILING ESCAPED PRISONERS. in TO DARKEN HAIR looking for Barney and Manster Montreal Montreal, June 10. Herman Barney and Harry Manster, convicted murder ers, who esrsped from the Massachu- APPLY SAGE TEA m prison May 2'",, m to"phl nere io-aay oy neiciives rrom nos ton. The convicts were trailed through Vermont to Becbe Junction, whence the detectives think they made their way to Montreal. Look Young, Bring Back Its Natur al Color, Gloss and Attractiveness. Common garden sage brewed into heavy tea with sulphur added, will turn grav, streaked and faded hair beautifully' dark and luxuriant. Just a few applications will prove a revela tion if your hair is fading, streaked or gTay. Mixing the tage Ira and Mil phur recipe at home, though, is trou blesome. An easier way is to get a bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound at any drug store all ready for use. This is the old-time recipe improved by the addition of other in gredients While wispy, gray, faded hair is not sinful, we all desire to retain our outhful apparance and attractive ness. By darkening vour hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, 2"i fth 2.03,5,9. The Southern Bap- Cburch Members Increase. For 1919, in spite of disturbed social conditions due to reconstruction, the various religious bodies of the country r port a total increase in membership ov i:,77D,0!7 over the census of 1 i 1 tt. There is also an increase of 3,510 min isters and 5,.'V0 church organizations. The total number of churches now stands at 2t3,S;!4. There are 10S.513 ministers, priests, and rabbis, with 44,- iU1,.)i!l members of these various or ganizations. The total Roman Catho lic population is reported a 174ti,324. The largest Protestant body is the Methodist 1'piscopal church, with 3,- 17j0lJ members. Xext in order comes the National Baptist convention (ne- no one can tell, because it does it so naturally, so evenly. You just dampen a sponge of soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morn ing all gray hairs have disappeared, and, after another application or two. your hair becotnse beautifully dark. glossy, soft and luxuriant. adv. LIFT OFF CORNS WITH FINGERS t;st convention is third, with 2S7, 38. The M. E. church, south, has i!,- I."ii.074 members. The Presbvtcrians in the U. S. A. have l.o;t,033. The North ern Baptist convention, 1 ,.V)2,34 1 mem bers; the Disciple of Christ, 1.1U3, 23, and the Protetant Kpiscopal church, more than 1,000,000 members. The next largest in order is the Congre Rationalists, with HOU.IlVJ. The small est religious body is the Primitive Frieud, with .0 members, two minis tr, and three congregations. People's Home Journal. Chicago, June 10. The third day of the ' Republican national convention opened with the party machinery, for the moment at least, doubly dead locked. There had emerged from endless ne gotiating behind the scenes no agree ment either as to a presidential can- didaie or on even a tentative draft of vital planks in the 'platform on which the party will stand. Over night the league of nation's is sue had been swept suddenly upward to a position of overshadowing im portance, almost of menace in party councils. It was the rock on which the special harmonizing sub-committee on platform split after hours of restless labor toward a compromise. Unable to agree on any declaration proposed to be incorporated in the platform, the sub-committee adjourned long after midnight. A disagreement report from the sub-committee faced the full committee on resolutions when it assembled at 0 a. m. to take up the task. Meanwhile the convention itself must mark time. No real progress could be nuyle with its work and an other earlyadjournment seemed like ly to-day. ' When tb mass of the more than 1,000 foot-sore delegates arose to re sume me cnniess round or candidates camps'- and other headquarters that fills the days, for them pending the a , . , ,.. . . . iinai struggle or nauoting me air was tense with whisper' of impending events, rnnennanle rumors of seri ous rupture between factional lead ers were abroad; There was talk of bolts, and of what delegations would walk out in that case, and there was no one to say from where this talk came. . - . A few hours ago it was the snti league forces against, which a cry of prospective insurrection was raised. Yesterday the pro-leaguers, the "res ervationists," were openly charged by their, opponents with having brought discord into the council of plat"(orm makers. v't And underneath this dispute ftn is sues still lay the unsolved riddle of the candidates Wood, Johnson, Low den, or who T : Crane Gives", Turn to Treaty ' Dis . , cussion, , The first sharp turn to the treaty question negotiations by the select sub-committeee of the resolutions com mittee came yesterday when former Senator W. Murray Crane of Massa chusetts, joining the ranks of those favoring qualified acceptance of the league covenant served notice, on the conference that such a course must be foTlowed or, backed by senators who took that position in Washington, the fight would 1 carried to the floor of the convention. This was turning the enemy's guns upon him with a vengeance. Previous ly apprehension had prevailed among those leaders struggling for party har mony that it would be the "irrecon- cilables" who would stir to action the uncertain waters of an "unbossed"' con vention if their views against the league were not met in the platform. for a moment the irreconcilable forces in the select committee domi nated by Senators Borah and MoCor- mick, seemed taken aback. They sprang to arms then in full force ami from that time until after 1 o'clock this morning the battle waged furious ly behind the locked doors of the ho tel liedroora where the committeemen in shirtsleeves and worn by the long strain searched every avenue for pos sible escape front an open break. Echoes of the contest spread swift ly to even the most outlying posts of the convention encampment. Towsrd the end, lef(re the select committee gae up the task and decided to carry the league issue with several other im portant points back to the full com mittee on resolutions, the struggle overflowed the bedroom battlefield. A haty conference in the corridor out-J THE WONDERFUL GIVE UP HOPE CDHIT winupiRin OF VERMONT I II ill I MLUIUIIIL Every Home In This Stale Needs "FruR-a-fives" To those suffering with Indigestion, Torpid Liver, Constipation,Sick or Nervous Htadach.es, Neuralgia, Kidney Trouble, Rheumatism, Pain in the Back, Eczema and other Skin Affections, 'Fruit-a-tlres' gives prompt relief, and assures speedy recovery when the treatment is faithfully followed. Truit-a-tives' Is tho onty medicine made from fruit containing the medicinal principles of apples, oranges, figs and prunes, combined with valuable tonics and antiseptics. 60c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid, by FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDENSBURG, N. Y. Woman Suffrage Pickets Plan Renewed Attack on Republican Convention For Young Men Who Are "HARD ON .CLOTHES" ACTIONS MAY LEAD , TO THEIR ARREST deliberations by the sub-committee would be urged or a solution attempt ed with the full committee member ship of more than 00 sharing in the debate was not clear. In any case, it was evident that further attempt to patch up the impending break would be made with more delay in report ing to the convention involved- The convention program also was not known in advance. Under rules it has adopted, it has been suggested that the naming of a candidate might be proceeded with, leaving platform issues to be settled as "unfinished business" later. In any case the con vention is to listen to many speeches of nomination and it appeared possi ble these would be delivered during the day, to get them out of the way nnd clear the stage for balloting or for the treaty issue fight if there must be one in the convention forum. According to One of Their Leaders, But They Do Not Care Chicago, June 10. Virtually devoid of hope that Republican leaders here will urge the governors of Vermont and Connecticut to call special legisla tive sessions to pass on the suffrage amendment, members of the National Women's party prepared to-day to in tensify their picketing attack on the convention. Pickets were sent out with banners calling upon the voters to ballot against the Republican party until it took more decisive action on equal suffrage. "The situation looks darter to-day than it ever has since we came to Chi cago," Mrs. Abby Scott Baker de clared. "We shall sharpen our attack from now on unless something is done. Our actions may lead to arrests,, but we are ready for any emergency, we are tired of waiting." for WHITE RIVER JUNCTION SECOND DATS SESSION LASTED BUT AN HOUR Convention Listened to Speeches While Platform Committee Was at Work. Coliseum. Chicago. June 10. The Re publican national convention was in I session only an hour vesterday and de-1 voted itself entirely to routine pre liminaries. The temporary organiza tion was made permanent and the re port of the credentials committee wa approved with the changes made last night, some of which reverses pre vious decisions of the national com mittee. For its second day sensation the con vention heard a woman speaker, Mrs Margaret Hill McC'arter of Kansas, the first woman to address a national con vention. The platform committee was not. ready to report snd only sent word that it was making progress. C'hauncey M. Depew entertained the delegates with a brief address and sp parently the convention management had decided to do away with the string ot speakers who, in previous years have entertained the convention while the committees were working, for there were no other "entertainment speak ers on hand. The rank snd file of convention vis itors always likes s lot of oratory and this vear they are certain to get it ".Saturday noon, at tne earnest, is tne estimate of leaders when asked when adjournment may come. The delay is more attributable to platform difficulties than to uncertain U over a nomination. The word .has gone out to give the radicals every chance to present their views and stop any possibility ot a charge ot steam rolling, or as some call it, an excu.e for a bolt." And until the platform is built there will be no one named to stand on it. The fact that more than half of the delegates are nnintrurted has added to the list of nominating speet lies. There are three or more for some and in a few instam-es six or more speeches in sight for eaih candidate. Between thie Speeches and the platform contest it would not be surprising if the actual nominations of the ticket would be carried over till Saturday. The reply to . . . . ...ti . .1.- : lnmnries as o w-nai is in me air on vice-president are met with the unsni mous response: "nothing; it depends on who is put over to head the ticket. But there are a lot of budding candi dates for second place with all of the leading figures for first place dodging. To those who flatly say they "will not take it," the reply is that "we heard that from Theodore Roosevelt, Charles Warren Fairbanks and others and wtH see." rjoesn't burt a bit and costs only few cents Yesterday's Americas League Games. At St. Louis Washington 4, St. I .on i I. At ( hneland- Cleveland . Phila delphia 1. At ltroit New ork II, Detroit .1. At Chirago Boston 3, ( hii-sgo 2. American League Standing. Magr? Jut drop It tie Freenone oa that towy corn, instantly it stp arhirg. thru you lift the wn off with the CnpTTf. Truly! Xo hnmbiig! Try Freene! Yntr druggit sells tiny bottle fr a few certs, sufficient e rid your feet of every fcard rin. soft nfi, or eor bten the t"-. and rI loe. I! fc!it ce prt Jf,f r n. sore. es or irTtJMa. Freefe is the d: covery f a e4 t m rnsti imi Adv." Won. Lost. Tct. Cleveland !fl MM Sew York 31 17 f IWton 24 H Jul Washington 24 2H JV:t (hirago 2"i 21 Ml S lmii 17 27 t5 Philadelphia 11 11 ,.H! Detroit 14 31 ..II 1 Yesterday's Katioaal League Games. At Brooklyn Brooklyn .1. St. Louis 2. At B-ton B.t 7. Pitt'burg 6. At Philadelphia Philadelphia thi j I . J At Xew York Xew York G. Cincin nati 4 Rational League Suaing. Won. lt. Pet Fw4Un -27 in ( irnnnsti 2- 1! " tNvc ?4 2t .Ml ' P 1t!irj 0 : at LH! ;.'! 21 ' j BLtM 9 4 I XfW ork . . 2t 14 4 rfci:j-"rb a 17 !' side was held after midnight with Senator Smoot of I'tah, a committee member, laving' before bis colleagues. Senators Borah and McCofmick, a draft plank he had prepared. Its na ture was not disclosed but Senator McCormick repudiated it with evi dences of excitement. His shout of "No!! Xo!!' was audible through the hallway as the conference was broken off by bis return to the committee room. Senator Borah said he saw at that time "no proct of an early agree ment and shortly afterward the com mittee adiourned. From that meeting Senator Smoot carried the problem to another veteran of the historic struggle in the Sen ate. Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, chairman of the convention. Senator Borah alo saw Senator Udge. but it was not indicated mat any new pro nosal had resulted wmu was TLOUR MARKET WEAKENS. Decline of 40 Cents a Barrel in ifinns a polis Market Minneapolis, June 10. The price of flour declined 40 cents at one local mar ket yesterday. Family patents were quoted at 114.3,) to $14. a barrel in car lots in PH-pound cotton sacks. A wesker wheat market Tuesday was said to be the cause. Easiest Way to Remove Ugly Hairy Growths (Beauty Culture) Here is a method for remot ing hair or furs that is unfailing and is quite inexpensive: Mix a thick parte with more some powdered delatone and water and promising of a peaceful solution than! spread on hairy surface. After 2 or "I thoe that had been ottered in the com- minute, ruo it on. wai-ri the skin and mittee. J every trace of hair has vanished. X What course the resolutions rm- ; harm or inconvenience results from this mittee would eidcd when it W. C. W. Marshall was in Randolph Wednesday. The baccalaureate services of the graduating class of the Hartford high school will be held in the Methodist Fpiscopal church Sunday morning at 10. -4o, the sermon will be preached by the pastor of the church, Rev. Robert Heselline. In the evening there will bo a concert given by the children of the Sunday school, composed of rec itations and slso a pageant entitled, "The College Bell." Mason Muse, one of the clerks in the Hartford Savings Bank and Trust Co., was in Bradford Wednesday. Fred Carr, the manager of the local telephone oflice, and MifS erna thorn ton, the chief operator, are in Burling ton attending a conference of the Xew England Telephone Co. Rev. Sumner Sargant and his fami ly have left Mr. Sargant's parents, where he has been confined for some week with illness, to take up his new charge with the West Swansey longTe gationsl church. Mr. Sargant has fully recovered his health and will be able to take hold of his new pastorate with vigor and enthusiasm and his people will be glad to welcome him as their n w pastor. Miss Lou Crccley in spending aome time in Boston, partly on business and partly on pleasure. The Modern Woodmen and the Knights of Pythias are to hold a joint memorial service next Sunday after noon at 3 o'clock in the Knights of Pythias hall. The members of both lodges with their families are cordial ly invited to be present. Rev. H. L. Thornton will deliver the address. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Bogle were in at tendance at the Xew Hampshire Retail Jewelers' association meeting, which was held last Friday in Laconis, X". H. They were also present at the Vermont Jewelers" association, which met in Muntpelier at the country club on Mon day, June 7th. B. L. Bole of Bogle Bros, was in At lantic City last Friday to attend the N'utiona! .fewelers association meeting. Mrs. Fmma (lould of Fast Bethel is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D, M Bond of Maplewood Terrace. Wind-.or county farmers The an nual meeting of the Windsor County ranners (o-operative exchange will be held in the town hall at Woodstock on Tuesday, June l.'dh. The business ses sion will be called to order at lu o clock ; lunch w ill be served at noon by follow remained nn.I"- ; treatment, but he rarrfnl to grt genu met. Whether further ine delatone. Adv. the women of the Prosper Farmers club. At 1:30 o'clock there will be a discussion of cooperative work; Hor- ce Tinkham of Warren, R. I., and John Shirley of Springfield, Mass., will bo the speakers. Announcement Is made that Dr. . X. Brvant of Lifdlow will be a candi date for the nomination as one of the three Windsor county senators to the next legislature. Dr. Bryant is recog nized as one of the ablest men of the state and would be a strong member of the upper house. So far as known he will have no opposition in his vicinity and his nomination ougnt to oe as gooa as assured. The members of Thomas Chittenden chapter, 1). A. R., met on Tuesday aft ernoon, June S, at the home of Mrs. Charles M. Cone in Hartford with a large attendance, which included sev eral guests. After the opening exer ises, the annual business meeting was held, the officers elected for the coming year being the same as last, with the exception ofthe vice-regent, who re signed. Mrs. Stevens was elected for thst office. The roll call w aa responded to by quotations and remarks con cerning now era. i n musical numoers consisted of a piano solo plaved in a very finished stvle by Mrs. Sloms tone. another by Mrs. Stevens snd a vocal solo by Mrs. t'nderwood. A mot in teresting paper was given by Mrs. Al fred K. Vaton on "Old Fa.hioned imepiecet." She first described the sun-dial and the hoiir-g'ass, and then told of many kinds of clocks, from the ancient clock at Strasburg to the fa mous cluck made in America by Fli Terry. fM-th Thomas and others. She closed with a description of a wonder ful old dock of her own. This paper was illustrated by photograph. After the meeting, the people inspected the garden, where iri in many colors was b'ocming in profusion and where tulips and peonies, lilacs and honeysuckle gate a beautiful shoving among the ether plants snd shrulis of later flow ering. Tea was served in the spacious (torch overlnttking the garden and all present voted this one of the most pleant of these monthly ore in. Speed of Radio Messages. A radi' trae! at the rate of er ot Jftfi HX mi a ec.4. The mo-- i aVwit 24'Vf m ie from te earth; and if it were pribj to eh i h mffKt; w.:h the tne by rtl o, e or.'4 srj a nw-f 1hen in the short t'ne of l1 aerorij wi 4 He rrsifwa in i.ur it.Bute, W e en. . rt I an a? in:' Mafs coti til . M il 111 VMlif 11 Id You don't buy good clothes for the tennis court, but it's nice td know you can play a few sets "as you are" without ruining your clothes. That's why we say get them here, ' ii GOOD CLOTHES BY i Hart Schaffner & Marx M.MM Copyright 1920 Han Schaffner & Mar They're made of all-wool fabrics, stylish, economical; they'll stand hard wear; ""'they're guaranteed to satisfy money back if they don't. Open Monday evenings till 8:30. 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