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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY,' JUNE 21, 1920. If STATE PRIMARY HELD IN MAINE Nominations Being Made for Governor, Congress men and State Officers GOV. MILLIKEN HAS THREE PARTY RIVALS One of Them, John P. Deer ing, Was Classmate of Gov. Coolidge APPETITVE-GIVER AND STRENGTH-BUILDER ' .Relieving troubles of the stomach, liv er and bowels, and correcting low or run-down conditions' and weakness, Hood's San-a par ilia is doing an excep tionally great work this year, when so many need its wonderful curative and tonic, reconstructive ana restorative effects. It often succeeds where other reniO' dies totally fail. Get it to-day and be gin to take it at once. In ahiggish liver and headachr Hood's Pills give prompt relief. Adv ITALIAN TROOPS! WITHDRAWN PRESENTATION AT COURT. Augusta, Me., June 21. Maine Ke ililican and Democrats voted in the 'ate primaries to-day for candidates i' the nomination for governor, con .vssmcn and state and county officers. he polls were opened at noon andlthev must have entree to the White u:iir. "'-"if; in,, House, and if tney nave neen aivorcea it must be indisputably shown that ill be closed at 0 t itMtcrit standa-rd time. The biennial 'tate election will be held on Septem ber 13. Governor Carl E. Milliken, ' seeking nomination by the Republicans for a third term, was opposed by Frederic IE l'nrklnirst of Bangor, Me. John H. Deering of Saeo, and Louis A. Jack of Lisbon. Mr. Deering was a classmate Mid -roommate at Amherst college of Governor Coolidge of Massachusetts, lU'publican vice-presidential nominee. For the seat of Congressman Louis 11. Goodall, Republican, who is not a fandidate for a third term, there were ix aspirants on the Republican ticket, thev were Mav. Charles B. Clarke, Car roll L. Beady, Frank D. Marshall, all of I'ortland ; Howard Davis of Yarmouth ; Horace Mitchell of Kittery, and Joseph IV. Simpson of Vork. Congressmen iV'allace H. White jr., John A. Feters ind Ira H. flossy were unopposed for tcnomination. On the Democratic ticket there was no opposition to the nomination of lietrand G. Mclntyre of Norway for Only Eight American Women Will Be So Honored This Year. v London,, June 21. Restrictions placed upon American women who aspire to presentation at court, are such that nearly all of them in London will be disappointed this year. Only eight of the many who are reported to have ap plied will be presented, and they must have qualifications which have sur prised some of the uninitiated. If married, their husbands must pre viously have been presented at a levee, They. Evacuated Antivari, Dulcigno and .Whole Mon tenegrin Coast SERBIAN TROOPS AT ONCE ENTERED There Are Now No For eign Troops in All Montenegro . the divorce must have been -granted in her favor in open trial at which both parties were represented in court and where alimony and custody of the children have been granted to the worn' an. Even in such cases the demand for legal details is so minute that the king, in deference to the ideas of the queen, it is said, has let it be known that it is inadvisable for divorcees to apply at all. Applications of Americans for court presentations must be made to the American ambassador, and he stands London, June 21. Italian troops have been withdrawn from Antivari, Dulcigno and the whole Montenegrin coast, according to an official agency announcement at Belgrade. Serbian troops immediatey occupied the evac uated districts. There are now no foreign troops in Montenegro. WILSON COMMENDS HEALTH CRUSADE 1 PEOPLE FEARED TO VENTURE OUT Let Cdticura Be Your First Thought Always When the first signs of pimples, redness, or roughness appear; smear gently with Cuticura Ointment to soothe and heal, then batho with Cuticura Soap and hot water to cleanse and purify. Finally dust on the refreshing Cuticura Talcum, a deli cately medicated, exquisitely scented pow der. If used for every-day toilet purposes, Cuticura doe much,to prevent skin trouble. mpl lack Ttm b at.ll. Adifran: Oilfem tbortrtM, Dtp! Sr. MaJdaa.Mur" gold vorr yhrf. Soap 26c. Ointment 26 and oOe. Talcum 266. SMTCutlan Soap ahavaa without mug. Hopes That Every Boy and Girl in the Country Will Continue the Efforts. Washington, D. C, June 19. Presi dent Wilson, in a letter addressed to sponsor for those he selects. Of course . the "six million health crusaders in the this feature of the embassy work is United States," expresses the hope that almost as carefully guarded, out of re spect for the feelings of the many who try and fail, as is some of the impor tant diplomatic correspondence. But it is known among Americans in London that the list of applications is quite lone this year. This is emphasized by an embassy circular which has come into the hands .... - 1 , a T- 1. ir TT - .1-11 'Wl ,.n; f """J" i of some influential Americans here, ex aiuiuo luwn aim ajtum vj. H hh every boy and girl in the country will continue the eiiorts towara oetter health as set forth in the health cru sade now being waged in the nation's schools. The president' letter says: "It in deeply gratifying to me, as it imibt be to every patriotic citizen, to know that the children of the country Congress. Mclntyre was the nomi nee two years ago and was defeated ky Governor Milliken by a plurality of 1,545 votes. Ballots were sent to Camp Devens, tlass., to enable the 1,200 men of the Ihird Maine infantry in training there lo vote. ' Saddlers Spoiled. It is, of course, well known that Sir Douglas Hftig is a soldier first, last and til the time, regarding all other profes lions as of quite negligible importance. He was inspecting a cavalry troop tnd was particularly struck with the eat way in which repairs had been bade in some of the saddles. "Very good work," he remarked to (he troop sergeant-major. "Who did IT" "Two of my troopers, sir," waa the leply. "You're fortunate to have two such ix pert saddlers in your troop," said laig. - "As a matter of fact air," was the leply, "they're not saddlers in civil life, teing lawyers." "Well," "ejaculated Sir Douglas, "how nen who can work like that could 'live wasted their lives over law I m n't imagine. "Minneapolis Tribune. are striving so earnestly to co-operate plaining what is required of successful, jn the building up of the health of the applicants, it is longer ana mucn more nation. It Is my earnest hope that explicit than the usual circulars on the j every boy and g'irl will continue the same subject and does not mince words pood work until the 20,000,000 school regarding what may and what may not i children of the United States are unit ed in the one great cause of better health for children." be expected. Considerable space is devoted to changes in dress required. In the in tercet of economy the queen lias de creed that women shall no longer wear head feathers or trains on their dresses at court. Some of the former adorn ments for the men also have been elim inated, but it still is stipulated what kind of buttons they must wear on their knee breeches and that they must not wear buckles on their patent leath er pumps. ,: MACLAURIN MEMORIAL Is Being Held By Alumni of Massachu setts Institute of Technology. Cambridge, Mass., Junev21. A me morial service for the late Richard C. Maclaurin, under whose presidency the Massachusetts Institute of Technology obtained its present site and large en dowment, was the principal event at the opening of the alumni association reunion to-day. The first to be held since 191ft because of the war, wikl be continued through Thursday. Supreme Test. "I don't know who that solemn guy over there is but IH betcha he's some body important," whispered Heloise of the rapid fire restaurant. "What, makes you think so," re turned Claudine of the same establish ment. "He never says anything about it, does he f " "Xo; but, my gosh, he can actually look dignified while eating spaghetti!" Richmond Times-Dispatch. Vain Call for Life Line. "Asked the boss for a raise yester day. Told hira I finind it hard to keep my head above water, that I was lie ing swamped with bills and was in danger of going under if he didn't come to my rescue." "What did he say!" "Told me it was a business he was running, not a life-saving station." Boston Transcript. 5. Yesterday's American League Games. At St. Louis, New York 4, St. Louis 3. At Detroit, Washington 0, Detroit 4 At Chicago, Chicago 7, Philadelphia At Cleveland, Boston 10, Cleveland 9. Saturday's Results. Chicago 6, New York 5 (10 innings). Washington 5, Cleveland 1. St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 1. Boston 4, Detroit 3. American League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Cleveland .' 3 19 .H55 New York 3 21 .04 Chicago 31 25 .554 Boston 28 24 .5,'W Washington 2 2(1 .500 St. Louis 27 28 .491 Detroit 19 .") .347 Fhiladelphia 16 42 .278 Yesterday's National League Gaines. At New York, New York 8, Pitts burg 0. At Brooklyn, Chicago 4, Brooklyn Saturday's Results. Pittsburg '3, New York 0. Chicago 5, Brooklyn 3 (12 innings) During Renewal of Rioting in Londonderry, Ire land, To-day ONE PERSON WAS MORTALLY WOUNDED And Two Others Were Se riously Hurt in Almost Continuous Shooting Londonderry, June 21. Rioting was renewed in this city this morning and resulted in one person being mortally wounded and two seriously hurt. Rifle and revolver firing was almost con tinuous, and, as the people feared to venture out to work, business was a virtual standstill. s Hires Household Extract contains the actual juices of roots, barks, herbs and berries. It makes rootbeer as pure as it is sparkling and delicious. W you tmt thit pmckmt. It bring you thm gmnuinm Hint Hovhold Exttmt. THE CHAJtLES E. HIRES COMPANY Philadelphia. Pa. M otoring Togs Half the pleasure of motoring is in having the right kind of clothes for the purpose. QUEEN MARY'S BUSINESS ABILITY Convinces American Manufacturer of Rumania's Future and Gets Need ed Locomotives and Cars. Philadelphia 10, St. Louis game), I'nilartelplua a, M-. (second game). . Cincinnati 3, Bostdn 2. (firht Louis 1 National League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet Cincinnati 30 21 .:8S BrooklTn 2 23 .549 Chicago 29 2.-i M7 St. Louis 30 26 ..-: Httsburg 24 24 ..'.00 Boston ; 21 2rt .447 New York 23 31 .42U Philadelphia 22 31 .413 $ y-2 loll Your Car On Our EAST CALAIS Mrs. Alvs Guernsey Sawyer and two children of Sunapee, .V H., are visit ing Mr. and Mrs. O. . Guernsey, Mrs. lawyers parents. Mrs. Nettie Hatch was" in Burling ton recently to visit her daughter, Nel lie Martin.'wbo is at the Mary Fletch er hoDital. Mrs. Kav Abbott was in Marshfield the fir.t of the week. Mrs. Ina Dailcy and son, Gardner, returned Friday from Brattleboro, where Gardner has been attending sihool for the past two years. Klmer Sabin was at Joe's pond one dsv this week. Mrs. Karle Martin of Adamant was 1 . 1 . . X'r.tf. tI,...U 4 V.. .tllir il.uii tut: 83 ! the guet of Mrs . . X .1. I. nrsi ir iup aprk. n i rrr 51 ires Discount on Guaranteed Tires 10 Days Only, Commencing Next Monday, June 21, 1920 and Ending July 1, 1920 We will give a liberal discount on our en tire stock of tires including Viking, Fisk, Goodyear, Goodrich, Firestone, United States and others. Do your buying NOW for the rest of the year and save dollars. We will be pleased to have you select your favorite tire from our Spring stock. Don't wait come early and make sure to get the tire you want. The Goodfellow Co., Inc. 69 South Main Street, Barre, Vt. O. W. (iuernoey visited at .John F.mery's in North Montpelier the last til the week. i Several from here attended the Pomona grange at North Calais on Saturday. The Carnes school closed on Friday. The 21 scholars minted only 14 word in pellinjr during the entire term. K. K. (ieorge and aim, Raleitrh. were business visitors in Barre on Friday. Mrs. Henry Berry was in North Cal ais part of the week, called there by the serious illnejs of her father. Phillip Drenan of Ooddard seminarv was at O. W. Guernsey's the last of the week. Vern Wheeler and family were recent visitors in South Royaltim. Richard Davidnon and wife of Ada mant were in town lat week. W. W. Johnson of Sprinpfield wa in town the first of the week on bui n's. Lvnn Cray and family were visitors at joe'a pond rercntly. New Intoxicant. The people of the civilized nations hac by long practice and at consider able cost acquired a certain degree of immunity to the old-fashioned alcoholic stimulants. Is it on the cards that the people of the Cnited States must now go on and acquire immunity to wood alcohol? I he nrst cost ot tne new experi mentation seems almost prohibitive. A policeman said, accounting to a down tomn police-court judge in New York for the scarcity of cases of drunkenness in his court the morning after New Year's. "They don't come here, your honor. They go direct to the morgue." - Life. Matches the Fittings. "How did Ajmes come to marry a man over seventy?" "She sava he harmonised so wrll with the antique furniture her mother f,z. left her." Boeton Transcript. Bucharest, May 24. Queen Mary of Rumania displayed her business ability and her faith in her country by put ting through an important deal in lo comotives not long ago. The Rumanian railways were in sad need of the new eneinesrf there were American, r renin and Enclish agents here to sell locomo lives, but ror money oniv. .one oi them had enough faith in Rumania to sell them for anything except for cold hard cash. Then the Tsident of an American concern who had been selling locomo ives to Poland came to Rumania. An interview was arranged between him nd the queen, who presented such strong argument on the future of her country and its resources that the hard headed business American agreed to furnish locomotives and rolling stock and to take in payment Rumania's national bonds. The queen believes jn Rumania, and she knows how to convince others, be cause she has been over every foot of its ground. During the days that she waa princess, she traveled by train and by automobile and on horseback Until she has come to know all of the re sources of her country and a great many of its people. Here is what she said to the Associ ated Press correspondent about . her country: "The queen of a small -coun try! Those who are accustomed to see rulers of a great land can littls understand what it means. It means work and anxiety and hope, and a great toiling for small results. But the field is large and if the heart is will ing, great is the work." ' Vuoen Mary has a reputation as a writer, and now that Vie war is over she has resumed the literary work she abandoned when the war began. Whatever may be the value of what I write, I am hnppv.to say that I have facility in writing," she explained. "I write in the morning before I begin my day a work, but interruptions flo not disturb me. If I have to see some one, I go back to my desk ana am able to take up the" unfinished sentence where I left it. Part of my writing is in the nature of a journal which I have kept throughout the war, but it is of such an intimate nature that much of it cannot be publithed until long after I am dead." The most admired work of the queen, aside from her fairy stories, is a liyle hook, entitled "Mr Country," wherein. n a casual, impressionistic manner, he queen tells of her travels through he country, describing the life of the. peasants, their desire to own trie son. heir willingness to work hard. the quaint costumes, the curious architer- I lire of the churches ana Houses, the beautiful women of the country, and he charm of the winding, dusty roads. For all her beauty and fine clothes,! the queen Is not afraid of dirt. This fact is shown in her boundless admira tion for the dusty plains and dustier' roaas oi ner country, une aay aunng the German occupation of Rumania, she was riding along one of the dusty roads of Bessarabia, when she saw and picked up an illy -clad little orphan girl, that was part of a group of refu gees, buj seemed to belong to nobody in particular. The queen gathered up the child in her arms and took it home, thinking later to find its mother. To date the mother has not been found, so the queen has adopted 'the little girl as a member of her own family. Another girl the queen has almost adopted fs Miss Anne Shaw of Phila delphia, who has been in Rumania with the American Red Cross for more than a year. Miss Shaw came to know the queen through her Red Cross work, and then, especially Princess Elizabeth, with whom she has struck up a fast friendship. The queen heartily ap proves of the friendship, and when Miss Miaw is about the house the queen treats her as a younger sister. Queen Mary is a good judge of hu man nature. When she receives a stranger, she puts hirn through a sort of a third degree. She places him a chair facing a lighted window, whereas she sits with her back to the light, and if the stranger meets with her ap proval, as a person to be trusted, she then is apt to remark: "I think that light is too strong for your eyes," and asks him or her to change the seat. Then she is ready for conversation. She makes it a point to be in touch with all sorts of opinion and has made friends with a great many of the rad ical politicians of Rumania. Not long since, she invited all the writers and newspaper folk of Ruma nia to her home, serving them tea, and had a heart-to-heart talk with them. She explained that she was working, just as they were, for the good of Ru mania, told them that perhaps in the past she had not worked as she might, confessed that she had been ignorant, if not misguided, but promised to do better in the future and, asked to be prrnmiru iw wors. wiiu mem lo xne In this store ypull find everything: that's needed to make your trips on the road a success. Dusters, caps, gloveseverything that's worn by autoists is here in variety. ' Look us over. Open Monday evenings as usual. " 'q0ev;. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 North Main St. -Tel. 275-3! common end of making their country greater. The queen is keenly alive tq the so cial changes brought by the war, to th possibility that thrones are unstable but she is said to believe that there in still much kings and queens can do if they stick to their jobs and smile. ASK FOR and GET IKIorlicEw's The Original Malted Milk for Infante and Invalid Avoid Imitations and Sabatitutea The Righteous One. A clergyman who had recently takc;i charge of the "parish was warned by a kindly lady that he was making r mistake in assuming in his sermons that the people ot St. Stephen's were sinners. "When you hsve been here longer, doctor, you will learn what good peo ple they are." "Are there any sinners among them, madam?" he asked, gravely. The reply was unflinching: ''At lcat not among the pewholders." Harper's Magazine. Headaches From Slight Colds "Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets" relieve the Headache by .' Curing the Cold. WOW WADDV w ini i vv u MI Sure Relief 6 BCLLANS Hot water. 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