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THE BARRE' DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, . JUNE 30, 1020.
2 PLATFORM NOT YET FORMED toemocratic Sub-Committee . Will Meet Again To-day f to Continue Work LITTLE HOPE' OF ' COMPLETION TO-DAY BUILD YOURSELF UP SO AS TO FEEL BETTER Eat and Bleep better, as well as look better, by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. It is an - allthe-year-round medicine, good in all seasons. - It purifies, enriches and revitalizes the blood, creates an appetite, aids di gestion, assists assimilation of the foo'd you eat, and wonderfully builds up the whole system. In many cases it suc ceeds where other medicines fail to do any good. . , If you need a mild, effective cathar tic, get Hoods Pills. Adv. - BRITISH GOLF MATCH STARTS Experts Look to Hagen and Barnes to Give Hard Battles Senator Glass Brought Vir tually Complete Draft from Washington San Francisco June 30 The Demo cratic sub-platform committee ad journed without completing its work early this morning, and will meet again at 9:30. No announcement was made by Chairman Glass. The sub-committee of nine actually framing the platform worked through the night, although without promise of bringing out the document to-day, but with hope of. being able to get into position to pursue its work to a final ity with the full membership of the resolutions committee. The first snag was struck when Sen ator Walsh of Montana, who was gen erally regarded as Bryan's choice for the committee chairmanship but who withdrew without a contest In favor of Senator Glass, the administration selection, opposed the plan of having the drafting committee go ahead be fore obtaining the views of the' full committee.' It was no secret that Senator Glass brought from Washington virtually a complete draft of such a platform as President Wilson would prefer to see written and that Secretary Colby, an other member of the drafting commit tee, brought with him a league of na tions plank embodying the ideas, if not actually the language of President Wilson. The drafting committee started out j with, a plan to go ahead with the planks brought by Senator Glass and Secretary Colby and build up the plat form. Senator Walsh It was under stood delayed that program by insist ing that before the drafting commit tee could go ahead with its work, it would necessarily have to gather the views of the membership of the entire committee, formed in the light of the public hearings. Mr. Walsh contended that the drafting committee was mere ly an instrument to reduce to writ ing the views of the full committee. That slowed down the proceedings con siderably until to-day when the indi vidual members could be called in. Meanwhile the sub-committee contin ued to work in secret on other phases leading up to the drafting and it was announced with definite finality that nothing was being decided and that therefore, nothing could be announced. The situation was reduced to a ques tion of whether the resolutions com mittee would accept the prepared planks as brought from Washington by Senator Glass' and Secretary Colby or insist on making a platform of its own. Before the work of the drafting com mittee had progressed far, George Creel, who was chairman of President Wilson's committee on public informa tion during the war, joined the con ference. Mr. Creel, who came to San Francisco with Secretary Daniels, is 1 acting, it was said, as a literary ad viser to the drafting committee, to polish up the phrases of the platform as Colonel George Harvey did for the Republicans at Chicago. Mr. Brvan, who had declined to pre sent his planks to the sub-committee, held aloof from the deliberations and worked alone preparing for his fight before the full committee membership and later the convention itself. TO THE BEST MEN ON THE OTHER SIDE BENNINGTON MAN DROWNED. Boat on Lake Lauderdale Overturned, Throwing Three into Water. Bennington, June 30. The funeral was held to-day of Andrew Hummer, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hummer of this place, who was drowned in Lake Lauderdale Sunday by the overturning of a row boat. Hummer, Wallace Mattison and Os car Tetrault went out in a boat which they hired and in attempting to replace an oar in the oar lock the boat was overturned. Mattison was the only one of the three able to swim and he reached land. Tetrault climbed back in to the boat, but Hummer was unable to do so and went down. His body was : found two hours later. "Abe" Mitchell, Duncan, Vardon and Ritchie Are Depended On Deal, England, June 30. The first of four rounds of medal play for the Brit ish open golf championship began here this morning under a clear sky but with a brisk southwest wind. Experts agreed that England's best golfers would have to extend themselves to de feat Walter Hagan and Jim Barnes, the American professionals., The British are depending upon "Abe" Mitchell, George Duncan, Harry Vardon and Ritchie to ' keep the trophy on this side of the Atlantic The scores for the first round in cluded: Mitchell 74, Barnes 70, Dun can 80, Alexander Herd of Coombehill, 72; Arnaud Massev.-Nivelie, 81 j Var don 78, Cyril Tolle'y 85 j J. H. Taylor 78.. Hagen finished the first round in 82. SHAMROCK IS TRYING OUT. Cuticura Quickly Soothes Itching Scalps Cuticura kill dandruff stops Itch ing, the cause of dry, thin and falling hair. Treatment; Gently rub Cuticura Ointment, with the end of the finger, on spots of dan druff and itching. Follow next morning with a. not shampoo of Cuticura Soap. Repeat in two weeks. Nothing better than these fragrant, super-creamy emollients for all skin and scalp troubles. Staph Swk Fm T KM. ArMreaa: "OaHrnr Llboratortoa.Dept.SflrMtsla'ail.lB'aaa." Sold every. whfri. Soap 26c. Ointments and 60c. Taleuii26e. lent Cuticura Soap abavaa without mug. FREIGHT RATE! INCREASES Defeats Her' Trial Horse by More Than Three Minutes, . Sandy Hook, N. J., June 30. Sham rock IV, which will meet Resolute for the America's cup off Sandy Hook next month, yesterday defeated her trial horse, the 23 -meter Shamrock, by three minutes and seven seconds in a 30:5S-mile race. INDICT WAR "SLACKERS." Cases of 2,264 Filed in Brooklyn Fed eral Court. New York, June 30. Indictments against 2,264 alleged war ""slackers" were filed yesterday in the Brooklyn federal .court. Warrants are to be is sued for arrests by the United States marshal after elimination of abnut 50 per cent who are believed to have en tered war service without notifying local draft boards. Must Be Jumped More Than 50 Per Per cent. Washington, D. C, June 30. Freight rates must be increased 53 per cent if the roads' demands for increased freight tariffs and the men's demands for increased pay are granted and the whole burden placed on the freight traf fic, the interstate commerce commission was told to-day by Clifford Thorne of Chicago, representing shippers. Mr. Thorne recommended that the wage advance be added without further hearings, to the costs upon which the roads now base their requests for ad vanced freight rates; that a five per cent increase be mnde in pattsenger rates, with the balance on freight tar iffs, to cure for the present rase, and i that any advance occasioned by the wage decision be spread out over the , M entire earnings of the railroads from all sources. "An added burden of two billions of dollars annually or over 50 per cent ! I Jm M fa m ' HP ITW MMlM VIHM I m Pi it y riA w v. a is a 1 M f Hf'Otoiiif'' K1" ji V niM m t P I I 1 U8l.. I:-iPHVTi.,. . V Q I IHH m i rfi .1 an i. rvKar ,v ir i K t S I I ft m Mil WA I If ' Iff m I i lit Looking: Clothes suddenly placed upon the freight ft-afflc of the . United States would b over powering," Mr. Thorne declared. "No man could foretell the consequences." , SPANISH POLO TEAMS. i Copyright 1920 Hart Schaffner & Mars, Every man in this town wants good-looking: clothes; and every man when he buys a suit or overcoat this spring will buy what he thinks is good looking. Your friends may not all agree with you; but if you think the clothes are right, that's enough. Six months from now will show whether you bought wisely or not; all clothes are good looking when they're new. Nothing but all-wool fabrics and good tailoring can be depended on to keep their good looks for many months. , ' Better say Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; and be sure of it. . .... Open Monday Evening Until 8:30 Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 North Main Street , Telephone 275-M Will Be Sent to the Olympic Games a Antwerp. Madrid June 30. Spain will aend to the Olympic games at Antwerp a polo team composed ol uuke isanto -Mauro Duke Tenarando, Marquis Villabrsgima and Count Mazaont rauie. and he gave ic ' dead, away 9 ITS REALLY SOTprlila. THE MONEY you cava. BY A8KINQ questions. I FOUND that the makeft OF A hair restorer. WAS BALD as a coot, V 80 I passed that up. AND A bird who cajne TO SELL oil stock. HAD HIS own cash. IN LIBERTY Bonds, 80 1 ducked again. AND I asked clerk. FOR THE best cigarette, AND HE reached axoufid, FOR A fancy box. AND I knew I waa la. FOR THE earn old line, 60 I Mked him this. -WOULD YOU imoke on ot 'eav IF I bought box V. AND THEN he smiled, LIKE A regular guy, AND SAID "No thinks. I'LL SMOKE my owO AND I cot wise. AND ASKED lim thttu WHAT BRAND bo tmoktcL AND HE fthowed zn AND THEN t&ldL -THEY SATISFY. AND B'GOSH, he's right 42 FIRST AMERICAN LEGION Was Founded in 1791 and Went Out of Existence in 1796, Camp Pike, Arkansas, June 30. The first "American Legion" was founded in 1702 and its existence, by that name, terminated in litm. Var department records show that when the regular army was reorganized in I92. follow ing the Revolutionary war, it tas first officially designed the "legion" and, was divided into four sub-lesions, of which the 4th United Mate infantry was a part. The idea of designating the United States armv as the legion .originated with General Knox, secretary of war under decree Washington. The army was patterned after the Roman legion. the old military organisation under which Julius Cu-ssr and his successors conquered as much of the world as wa then known. The American "Legion" was com manded by General Anthonv Wayne ("Mad Anthony") and was organized under bis direction at Pittsburgh, Pa., in May, 1702. President Waxhington instructed Oners I Wayne, "Do not spare powder and lead, so that the men be made marksmen." The legion fought its only battle legion at Miami Rapids in the Rentuckv-Ohio- Indian country Aug. 20. 1794. engag ing a force of hostile Indians. Jn 170H, it having been decided that the Roman formation was not suitable for right ing Indians, the legion was disbanded and reorganized into four regiments of infantry. , IN LOCAL MARKETS Butter Prices Firm at 56 57 Cents Per Pound DRESSED PORK PRICES ARE UNCHANGED Potatoes Are $3.50 Per Bushel- Fresh Eggs 50c Per Dozen RETURN TO FORMER RANK. General Marsh and Lt.-Gens. Liceett and Bullard Discharged. ' Washington, I). C, -fune 30. Formal announcement of the t Barre. Vt., June 30, Butter prices firm. Hresned pork unchanged. Wholesale quotations: Dressed pork 18!bl8,e. Veal 18 S 19c. Fowls, dressed 40c, Kresh eggs 50c. Butter M(h 57c. Potatoes 3 50 bu. 1920. Books Recently Added to the Shelves of Aldrich Public Library. Fiction. Irving "Man for the BOSTON MARKET REPORTS. Efgs heir temporary war rs Bepton t". Marsh, chief of staff, and Lieutenant-Generals Hunter Liggett nd Robert L. Bullard. was made yes terday by the war department. They will return to their permanent, rank of major generals on the regular army ists on July 1, together with a large numher or otjicers holding temporary ranks of msjor gpnersl, brigadier gen eral and lower grades. Jobbing Quotations on Butter, Cheese. Boston, June 30. Following are the local jobbing prices for butter, cheese and pggs: - , - I IJKl I . i-1 J lit IIUI lltri II IIC.IIIFI 1, discharge from j , , ' B-Mie.'boiea n4(a643c, prints inks of General ,.,, ' ... ' '1 ' ...u. CJORE they sstisfy. Chesterfields body" that'a tbe reason. Cody enough to $atitfy a clear smoker. And yet Chesterfields are paid. Impos sible? That's it exactly Chesterfields bare accomplished the impossible. They toi'uff and yet they're maid. PRICE OF COLLARS COMES DOWN. Manufacturers Drop Price from 30c to 23c Each. Tror, X. Y.. June 30. The price of men's collars Hill be reduced to 25 cents each, according to an announce ment made here yesterday by t'luett. Peabody and company, and George P. Ide company.' two of the biggest man ufacturing plants in the world. The change in price is effective immediate ly. Tbe collars are now selling for 30 cents esch. (HCtt oVc; fancy western creamery, tubs Bl',,(S.02c; western creamery, good to choice 60(4 61c, fair to good" 5 11. fit 52c, Fggs Fancy hennery, 6P(i70e; choice eastern, 6IfS,H2cj fresh western, extras 64W5.V, prime firsts 50(0, firsts 47(S4fc. , Cheese Xew York twins, fancy 32c, fair to good 30$30c; Young Ameri ca, 34f3oc. Bacheller, Ages." Brooks, Charles "Ldca Sarto." Butler, Samuel "Ere whon Revisit ed." Conrad, Joseph "Rescue." Day, Holman "Rider of the King Lop." Dilnot, Oeorge "Suspected." Eryine, St. John "Foolish Lovers." Fletcher, J. S. "Talleyrand"; "Par adise Mystery." Galsworthy, John " Tatterdema lion." Grey, Zane "Man of the Forest." Hughes, Rupert "What's the World Coming To . James, Henry Landscape i'ainter : "Traveling Companions." Johnston, Sir tiarrv Gay-lJom- bevs"; "Mrs. Warren's Daughter." Lincoln. Joseph "Portygee." Marshal, Archibald "Many Junes." Merrick, Leonard "Worldlings." O'Brien. Edward J.--"Be8t Short Stories of 101." , Oppeubeirn, E.. Philip "Great Im personation. Packard, rrank "White Moll." Porter, Eleanor "Mary Marie." Singmaster, Elsie "Basil Everman." Turner, John Hastings "Place in the World"; "Simple Souls." White, Stewart E. "The Killer." Xon-Fietlon. Gerould, Katharine ''Modes and Morals." Morley, Christopher "Mince Pie." Winter, Owen "Straight Deal." ? Kipling, Ritdyard "Inclusive Verse." Xewbolt, Henry " New Study of the English Poetry." Drinkwater, John "Abraham Lin coln" (a drama). Erfine, St. John "John Ferguson" (a drama). ' Galsworthy, John Plays in. 4 vols.; Moees. Montrose " Representative British Drama. ., -? Shaw. Bernard "Heartbreak House.; Shackleton, Robert "Book of New York." Shackleton, Ernest "South." Murary, Gilbert "Our Great War and the Great War of the Ancient Greeks." Dillon, Dr. E. J. "Inside Story of the Peace Conference." Keynes, John Maynard "Economic Consequences of the Peace." Gibbs, Philip "Now It Can Be Told." Pons, A. A. "Holocaust." Bispham, David "Quaker Singer's Recollection."" Kellogg, Vernon "Herbert Hoover." Howe, Maud "Eleventh Hour in the Life of Julia Ward Howe." Lubbock, Terty -"Letters of Henry James." - Chsrn wood,' Lord "Abraham Lin coln." Beveridge, Albert J. "Life of John Marshall." Sanchez, Nellie Van de Grift "Life of Mrs. R. L. Stevenson." Wildman, Edwin "Famous Leaders of Industry." t "PARSON" DAVIES DEAD. Yesterday's American Leacne Games. At St. Louis, Cleveland 9, St. Louis f (first game), Cleveland 9, St. Louis 4 (san-ond game!. At Detroit, Chicago , Detroit 7. At Washington, rhiladelphia-Wash-ton. rain. At New York. New York rt, Boston 5. American Lei tut Sianding. (lev eland New York ( li insr . . fwton . . St. Ixis Von. I.ost. Pet. 42 21 .67 42 23 .S4rt 37 21 .f7 31 27 -W4 21 3" .42 30 34 .4a 21 42 .3.13 17 47 .2tW Was Well-Knewn Sporting Maa ia the Eighties. Chicago. June 30 Word waa received here yesterday of the death at Bed ford. 'a.. of Chsrlea Edward ("Par son"! Daies, well known in the sport ing world. Davies came into promi nence in the early eighties as manager of Dan OXeary," the champion walk er. He afterward took over the man agement of Tetef Jackson, colored heavyweight champion, and under Da vies "direct ion Jackson fought a draw with James Corhctt lasting B0 rounds. Davies put Jackson in the title role of aa "I nele Tom's Cabin" company with Joe Choynski at his sparring part ner in exhibitions that were a part of th play. Later he organised another theatrical company wiah John L. Sul livan and Paddy Ryan playing the feature roles. He was horn in Connty Antrim, Ire land, July 7, mi. NURSE SHORTAGE IS ACUTE. Monadnock i & Angelus Brands of Short Patent Bread Flours are backed with a guarantee of absolute satisfac tion or your money refunded. Why should you use ;any other brand? Yesterday's Natioaal League Game. At Cincinnati, Cincinnati 5, St. Lou is I. At CbiHigo, Pituburg 4. Chicago 3 (firt gsm'. Cbirafti 14. Pittburg 3 ( ?tnd garnet. At Philadelphia. New York 7, Phila delphia I. , National Leagne Stjad:ag. Wst. Lot. Pel f imirnsti 34 2 .7 M. LU'S 34 30 JA Bmr-Vlvn 31 .Vrt r.tnSurg 2 2 v) ItiHago S3 31 Blo S 2 r York ". . . 30 31 .478 rhiUdJi km 2i 37 .43 Many Hospitals May Be Compelled ts Cnrtail Operatieas. Buffalo, N. Y., June 30. Unless some remedy ia found for the acute short age of aurses, many hnpitala of the country will he compelled to eurtail their operations, asserts Mrs. Annie L. Hansen, superintendent of the Buf falo Instrict Nursing association, in her annual report. A reoent campaign to indue more young women to take up the profession ef nursing vat a failure, Mrs Hansen said, and as a re ul n Buffalo Institution was cm pelVH to (loave one of its departmeats. "Hospital training schools of the t'njtej Mates have reached a fc:gi tat f f?cietK-y and new hospital and r system for nursing the fk in tbeiy hofoev are arismf rrywlre," Mrs Hana said, "but the iwraMtrt pupils fail lo aprr. The count ry reds aaolher Fkre N!gatjaa." 1 Vulcanizing That Pays ! We guarantee mileage for every cent invested. If in our opinion a tire is not worth repairing, we shall not have any- thing to do with it. This protects you, as well as ourselves. We repair either COrd or Fabric Tires and allow express on all Tires sent in frorfl out of town. ' Seven years experience. Fisk, Firestone, Brunswick Tires and Tubes. J. J. Hastings ! 371 North Main Street, TeL 623-J Barre, Vermont