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THE -BARRE DAILY TIMES, BAR RE,
THURSDAY, JULY !: We mean cooked 7 ijjfk ") 1 .. and ready ! eat myAJ I 101 TENNESSEE MEN IGNORE SDFFS When Latter Tried to Hold Conference With Delega tion on Ratification WOMEN TURN TO NORTH CAROLINA After Calling Off the Pro posed Conference With -' Tennessee' . , HARDING GOES ' JULY 3 Republican Candidate Is Clearing Up His Busi ness in Washington- MARION PREPARES BIG RECEPTION 1, 1920. -like omndes ? D 8 m Kl mem The new cereal food. Finely ground from the Milk of the Corn by miller3 of long experience. , Less Than a Penny aJServing THE PATENT CEREALS CO. (EitMithti 1683) NEWYORK. N. Y. SUfiNYCORN is a SUMSEAL eatabM WILL1AMSTOWN ' A parly consisting of MrR. George T. Tuiliy, Mrs. Nellie Denny and Mr. find Mrs." lieorjw K. Willie?' were in Ran dolph yesterday, where Mr. Denny at tended the wedding of her niece. Miss cAelyn Denny, daughter of Harry 8. Dfiiiiy, formerly of thin' town and later of Northrield. A very pleasant varia Uon of the usual route was made by go ing through the t'logston neighbor hood to Knst Roxbury, thenee through Roxbury gullf to East Braintree. and Randolph. Mrs. Henry A. Downs of Oil-City, Pa., iii town hs the guest of her sis ter, Mrs. George. Mrs. Harry hitney and daughter, Melba, have gone to llion, N. V., for a vis-it to her parents,, Mr. and Mrs. Ira B. Wright. Wiliiam K. Fogg and Howell Keav er tinihed work in the mill and feed store of Charles M. Seaver & Co., Iat week. The first named has gone to work in Barre, and Howell will be with his father on the farm for the pres ent. . Mr. and Mrs. Lester O. Morgan and sons started to-day. for a motor trip of several days, the first objective point being Portland, Me., and later they will visit Boston agd points in the vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McAllister are in camp at the Lynde cottage near Mir ror lake in Berlin. Mr. McAllister will be in town through the day. , San Francisco, July 1. Representa tives of the National Woman's party, who planned to hold a conference with members of the Tennessee delegation to-day in the interest of ,th .passage of the suffrage amendment . through the special session of the Tennessee legis lature, have called it off. .fudge V. C. Houston and members, of the delega tion showed no disposition to confer with the suffragists and the 'meeting was abandoned, according to Mrs. Abby Scott Baker, and the women will meet the North Carolina delegates instead. EAST CALAIS Mr. and Mrs. V. 10. Marsh and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kenif-ton were in Greens boro the first of the week. John R. W. Bancroft visited at W. f ommt's in Newport tenter on iSuii d:iy. Mrs. I. W. Gray-was in Burlington on Friday. Robert Keniston was in Hardwick the first of the week. Miss Gerogo Wilson and Joseph and Mary Wood of Athol, Mw,, were vis itors at Guy Bancroft's recently. A. L. Bullock of Barrc was a recent :sitor in the place. The baseball team defeated the Kast Calais team in a game here on Satur day. Mrs. Ola Grav, Mrs. Florence Waite cud Mrs. W. J). Peck were in North Cit'ais on Simdav to attend the birth- iUy party of their cousins, Mrs. B. H. Bancroft and Miss Alma Leonard. I'. A. Messer of Montpelier was a business visitor in the village on Tues day. Kirs. Howard Dailcy is in North Cal ais, assisting in the care of her" fa ther, who is quite ill. Miss Annie lewis of Claremont. N. H., is the guest of Mrs. R. C. Goodail. Richard Ianib was a business vis itor in Barre City on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cate were in Pla infield recently. Howard Dailey was a recent visitor in North Calais. G. A. Hatch of Woxlbury was in town on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Sparrow were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goodull on Sun day. Miss Dorothy Chaffee has returned to her home in Troy, after spending a week at Camp Cavanagh, the guest of Mrs. Guy Bancroft. Ohio Republicans Send Him a Message of Congratulation Washington, D. C, July 1. Senator Harding, the Republican choice for the presidency, buckled down to-day to the work of clearing away pending matter preparatory to his departure early Sat urday for .his home ill Marion, O. An indication of the reception await ing liim in Marion was given to the nominee to-day in a telegram from the state convention of Ohio, Republican. The telegram bore to the senator the greetings and congratulations of Ohio Republican and added: "We pledge you in behalf of a unit ed and tit il it a nt party in your native and home state our enthusiastic sup port until your triumphant election in Novemlier. We congratulate the na tion' that with your inauguration as president on March 4 next, there will be a return to popular and constitu tional government. We congratulate the party upon the fact that with your succession to the presidency will begin another Republican administration in stead of h personal autocratic govern ment -and an administration that will give help and confidence to the people of this country that will bring peace to America and will re-establish the government of this nation as con ceived bv the founders." TO HOLD CUBAN SUGAR FOR 24 CEN TS A POUND 3 W TO A 1 ORE than two million It E3 7 t 7 -5 fllta III ,:7M j Diamond Tires are in use now, almost one for every third car in the United States. The reason that hundreds of thousands of motorists are buying Diamond Tires is because Diamonds are delivering the service. Small wonder that motor ists buy more Diamonds than any other tire not 6oldo car manufacturers for original equipment, Growers, Mill Owners and Brokers Combine to Force Up the Price. . Havana. June .It). Cuban cane grow ers, sugar . mill owners and brokers claiming to' control J he sale of 2,1 tHI, IHHI nu ks of unsold sugar were on rec ord to-day as definitely pledged not to offer aiiy more sugar for sale until the price bad reached 24 cent a pound, the level reached during the last half of May. This decision was made at a mass meeting held last night ut which a committee of 12 was selected to act as the exclusive selling agency of those ri presented at the meeting. The amount of Unsold Cuban sugar was estimated by a memlier of the sell ing committee at 3,i;SO,(XM sacks, their holdings if 2,180.000 leaving only 1. 7.'0,(KH) sacks under outside control. Ktforts are being made to bring these into the'pool. AIRPLANE ELECTIONEERING Will Be Conducted in the Province of Manitoba. Winnipeg, Manitoba. July 1. Air planes, used for advertising purposes, will feuture the flection campaign of the members of the Manitoba govern ment .who will seek re-election under the leadership of Premier Norris this summer, tins unique nieimxi oi con ducting elect ioneering is new and i claimed bv officials of the -Vorris gov ernment to be the first attempt to use it in the world. Edward Brown, provin cial treasurer in the present cabinet, recently took a flight over Winnipeg and expressed himself as nigmy ne lightcd with the possibilities of air planes in the campaign. Two machines are already engaged in the enterprise. They w ill touch at least one town in every constituency. Cam paign literature will be- dropped from the airplane asit circles over the town. After landing, the government supporter in the machine will address the crowd that gathers t meet it. Sup porter of Premier Norris are enthusi astic over the scheme. The machines at present engaged display an appeal urging voters to sup port the present government. REGULATING TRADE. International Conor's of Chambers of Commerce Adopt Resolutions. Pari. July 1. To-day's session of the international congress of chambers of commerce was presided over by Sen ator Kicci of Italy. Resolutions were voted continuing the question of pro tection and distribution, raw materials and disloyal competition. The dele gates also' heard the report of Charles l-aarent. newly appointed French am bassador to Germany, on conditions in the war devastated regions. The congress then selected an execu tive committee composed of Etienne Clementel, formerly French minister of commerce; Baron F.mpan. Belgian rail way magnate: Albert .1. Holison. of Great Britain; Senatgr Rolandi Kicci of Italv. and A. ('. Bedford, president ot the Standard Oil Co. of Afw Jer sey. On the hoard of permanent directors three representatives were ch,en from each country. The I'nitrd States will lie repreentetl by Kdward A. Filene and John H. Fa bey of Botm and Wil is H. Booth vf New York. Reynolds & Son, Barre WASHINGTON. PA, INTERESTED In the Election of Senator Harding at President. Washington, Pa.. July 1 If Warren G Harding is elrited president of Ihe I nited State, this pretty little iini eritr ritv in the hills of we-trrn ennsvlvania wiil be bound in closer than ever with the White House, for not only did Senator Harding's an rvtnr "live here but the father of rreident Wilson also was a resident i-f Va-hinglon. Senttr Hardinc'a gTeat grandfather, William Van Kiik. was one of the early eettlrra of -"rankliB township, and he and his wile rr btirird in 'he family jraveiard on hr tbartes Van Kirk farm n-ar Point Ixkiit. Sena tor Harding i b-wranr president of th Van Kirk fswJy or-i-tv ami Oe H'rntiy ha attended the annual reun ion hrtf. Pn-ssdent Wilson' fatber. Iv. J.v cl h Kugslr V ilon. was Nsrn at Mm Wiiiibe. O., not far fr'-m " nd i IMS tws-ame pasinr of the IM! Prestn -tff-n eetirrn at wfMirT. fwr i.tiloo- litre tie fan? 'f reaif rink U tC J 5v 71 - -'--vS -fit i?trr f e? V . Xa. ? is. jar if 5t s "i WAS W9l sX- HE. ' lit W WWitW ,7' SO wholesome and good are Ward's Orange-Crush and Lemon-Crush so carefully guarded their quality and purity that even the litdest tots will thrive upon their harmless delicious ness..Your physician will tell you this. And how the children like s-T1 wh ks VtAAioe A mim aKrviif. All ILiV. AAUUiVJ WiVWkU sawwsas ju . their tempting flavor and fra grance come from the delicate , oil pressed from the fruit itself,' combined by the exclusive Ward process with purest sugar and citric acid the natural acid of citrus fruits. in bottles or at fountains Trcparcd by Orange-Crush Co., Chlc0 Laboralom Los Anse lea Bnltlrd in Montprlirr kf M1SKO SEAL BOTTL1M; CO. Mntp-Hcr. Vu, Tri. 71) Senifcef-w 'ThtSurf ff ef OrtutM-riuh. " until their removal Virginia, where the president was . born . a .short time afterward. No Trouble to Keep Skin Free from Hairs j (The Modern Beauty I Th w no need for auv oma il to countenance auperfliioua hairs, because with a Jate mauc ny mom'; powdered . delatone with water it is n nl rid of them. The paste is applied for 2 to .1 minutes, then rubbed off and the skin washed. Thi treat ment will rid the f.m of hair without leaving a blemish, but care should I taken to see that you get real delatone Mix fresh as wanted. Attv. CARE OF THE HAH Y A Series of Articles Prepared Erpecially for the Bane Daily Times By the U. S. Public Health Serv ice, Washington, D. C. (Qumtinn rrlitinl to kshjr nr nri to problem of maternal and : I rhila hlth will t nTrd bjr - I : .4 . ,.r ihr l; S niiKI, Kiallh rrvicn. Aditrrs Bsly HraitK Kdil(r, i'. 8. Pu4ic HfHlth S r k-. VSvh inrtcn, l. C. Tlnuir mention this newspaper. I MNFUL RASH OVER BABY la Ugly Pimples. Very Restless. CnticuraHcals. "An erurnion like externa started on baby' face, and went all over his body eventohis Beats .caus ing much pain. Therash first artwared In little uely . 7 pirrpleaandbaby wasvery --. I restiess. crying the greater v ' ran of the tune. trS "I tben rot a free sample of Cuticora Soap. I could see an im provement so I bought one cake of Soap and one bra of Ointment, and in ten days he was healed." s Signed) Mrs. Eliaabetb Went. 33 MarceUa St.. Roxbury. Mass.. July 15. 1919. Prevent further trouble by using Cuocura far ail fbiiet purposes. Kemcdies Remedies . Titles of Articles to Be Printed. , 1. Kvpcvti'iijr a Little Arrival! 2. Motherhood. 3. Hegister Baby's Birth. 4. W hat to Observe in a Baby. .V How to Handle Baby. tl. IV-velopmeiit of a Baby. T. Weijih Your Baby, f. Baby's Daily Program. !. Breast Feeding. 10. The Nursing Mother. 11. Weanina. 12. Itottle Feed in;. IS. (ieneral Rules for Feeding I'-Mtts Babies. 14 Babv's Milk. I V Mo-iim-ation of Milk. Iti. Feeding After the Firpt tear. 17. Feeding Children from ! to Months Old. Sure Relief i 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief ELL-AiMS jrr)s iMmflraTiou 1. Feeding ( hildren from Three to Six Years. l!. Tecthitu:- Jo. sl.M-p. Play and Best. 21. Baby's Kooln, J-J. Bat hint; the Baby. 2.1. Itaby'a I lothiny;. 2t. Ha by ' t'lotluiii; li tinned i. 2-V Habit and Training. 2i. Habits and Traininti (continued'. 27. Keeping the Baby Well. The Sick Baby. 2I. First Aid and Home Remedies, 3(. First Aid and Ibune (continued i. 31. First Aid and Home (continued i. 32. First Aid and Home Remedies (continued I. 33. Baby 'a Health History. Article i. Expecting Little Arrival? Kah vear nearlv a ouartcr of a mil lion babies die in the Tinted Stales, a large number of which would now lie alive if they had hud proper care. This, tragic waste of life csn be very greatly! reduced if mothers will acoiiaint them -I selves with Lite important !aet of baby care. i A baby i inh a precious thing that n mother willfully negbrt it. Not j neglect, but inorame, is what kill'l m.wt of these helpless little one. f I'm-le Sam doe not waft' to lose any of bi infant citi-n. and throuch. the I'. S. public health servire is now j living to teach mothers how- to carej for their babies. Arrangements have, been niade with the Itarre laily Time j to publish a eries of in-inntive artalesj -onstitutmj;. hrn rompletd. an -ntire: i-oure n ha by hygiene and care ( lhe( child up to - "T seven years obi. Moll.rr. are ur-rd to read the articles ! as puili-tcd. and cut th-m out inr fu ; ture referener. 1 b information has be-n prse-arr-d bv phveians u!,,? bavei nn'ie the welfare of the rhild a I f e study. t,ort ion rrlatii2 'o baby are and! to problem of maternal and rh.lt; health wiC he an-weic1 dr't y in I Addr '-ahy lUaltb l.d tor. I s. Pni.h,- Me!lli VrrVK. W ah:r7lisfi. II f p- i'jre to gne jetir faM n tre tti address, and please mention the nmn of this newspaper. Bring Gold to New York. New York, duly I. The l'anaina railroad steamer Alliaiica arrived lien to-day from t ristobal with JM.IHMIIMXI in gold Imrs and sjn-eie consigned to American bankers. ALL IHE TIME Mrs. Hi!! Says Lydia L Pinkham't Vegetable Compound Remored The Cause. IIMil i it) i m Knotrville Tenn. ''My bsrk Fitirt me all the time, I was all run dovrn. could noteatn my head bothered me. all caused by female trouble. I taa three years with these trou ble and doctors did tne no good. Y o u r Biedieind helped my sister so she sdvid m) to take it. Itook Lydia E. Pmk bam's VecetaM Compoord and the Liver Tills aai used Lyd-a E. PinVham'a Sanativaj Vash and now I am well, can eat bearti'y ard "rork. I give yon tny tharks for your g-at medicine. Yon may publish my letter ard I will t'l everv-n what voiir medicine did U-T me." Mr. Praxi. Hill. 41 Jacks btm St.. KnoWille. Tnne-e. Ifundred of su-H letters etnr. irg rrat t'l.ie.fnr the r'wi Lyd-a E. I'lfikbs--!' Yege'sWe Compound has areotrp'.isf I are constant' being re ceived, r'-nvirj the reliability of tb;t f-Tand o!d renwtr. If yon are ill do not drag t'-er snd cr.rtsr le to 'iffr die in sad dar eut. but at on- taVe Lyd.a E. T.ak-r--n a gaM t otr pound. t tin itTrtir lot woxaas ills.