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THE BARIE DAILY TIMES, BAKHE, VT.. TUESDAY, JULY .27, 1020.
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Recognize Soviets PROPOSED PARLEY AROUSES INTEREST To-day's Meeting at Bou logne Cause of Much Comment CARE OF THE BABY A Series of Articles Prepared Especially for the Barre Daily Times By the U. S. Public Health Serv ice, Washington, D. C. (Ountimu relating U bib ear and to problems of maternal and ehilo .-.ealth will bt anwerel by ex pert of the U. S. publit hswlth aervtee. Add Baby Health E-iitor. V. S. Public Health Service, Wash ineton, D. C. Flraae imntion thia newspaper.) " 12. Bottle Feeding. Feeding a baby on the bottle i a difficult thing to do successfully. If it is not done properly the baby will Ret nick, and may lose its life. As a baby grows older and sets heav ier, he requires additional food. Na ture provides thce thanjrcs in moth ers milk without anyone having to worry about it. But when the baby is fed on a bottle. these chanpes must be made every few weeks. Kor that reason, feeding a baby on a bottle needs to be) under the supervision of a physician. Babies who are fed on a bottle, too, are more liable to have in digestion and diarrhoea, so that the bf.ttle fed baby usually needs to be aeen frequently by the doctor. The baby will need to lie inilk fed a leat until it i a tear old so it save time and money to obtain the proper equipment in the beginning. Se lect good quality white granite-ware j for the utensils for preparing baby's milk, and never ne them for any oth er purpose. They mutt be kept always Krupulously clean, and scalded each time before using. The following are essential: Equipment: One large pan with in verted pie pan in the bottom for pas teurizing; 1 two-quart granite sauce pan with handle, or pitcher; 1 table spoon; I pint measure; 7 bottles, cork and nipple for each bottle; I wire rack for holding bottles; I bottle When Folks Quit Coffee because of cost to health or purse. they naturally drink Instant POSTUM 'There's a Reason brush; 1 fruit jar for lime water or barley water, as ordered by the physi cian; 1 jar for malt sugar, milk sugar or cane sugar as ordered by the physi cian; 1 box of baking soda or borax. Bottles: Select bottles with (-mooth, round sides and marked for the differ ent quantities of food. There should be as many bottles as there are feedings in 2t hours. The bottles should be cleaned immediately after feeding by rinsing in clear water, then by soaking in suds, borax or snap water. Bottles should be scrubbed with a clear brush in warm soap mid and rinsed witli boiling water. (Then they niton Id be filled with boiled water until ready for usei. The corks should lie scalded each day and kept in a tightly -covered re ceptacle. Xipples: l"e only non-collapsible nipples that can lie slipped over the neck of the bottle. After each feeding, cleanse the nipple inside and outside, scrubbing it with a brush in warm soapy water. Wrap the nipple in a rlean cloth and boil them once a day. Drop them into a scalded jelly glass and put the lid tin tight. Never touch with your finger that part of the nipple which mut go into the baby's mouth. The hole in the nipple should he only large enough to allow the drop to fall about one and one half inches apart when the Imttle in inverted. Feeding: Feed the baby by the clock. When it is feeding time. shake the bottle gently to mix the contents and place it in a pan of hot water to warm it. Test the tcmpcrat ure by let ting a few drops fail on the inside of the wrist. (Jiving the botlie: The Imttle should always I held while the child is taking the food. The liaby should lie lying down while feeding. Do not allow him to drink longer than 20 minute. Do not urge him to take more than he want. If he dues not take the whole feeding, throw out that remaining in the bui tie. Do not save it for anoth er time. A child should not Je played with after feeding. He should not be al lowed to urk on an empty bottle; or allowed to lcep or play with the nip ple in hi -mouth. After feeding, the child should he plaid upright and patted gently to al low hm to bring up fa air which he has swallowed. He should then be placed in the bed but not ranked. Paris, July 27. All the newspapers attach considerable importance to the new situation resulting from the pro posal of If. Tchiteherin, Russian bol shevik foreign minister, fortan allied soviet conference in London, and to day's mooting at Boulogne, between Premiers Millerand and Lloyd George to agree on the answer t be made to the- Russian note. With the exeeption of the socialist organs, the newspapers are unanimous in support of the government plan to demand of the soviet government rec ognition of engagements of former Russian governments. According to the Kcho de Paris, M. Millerand will ask that the govern ment of General Wrangel and other governments made up of what former ly were parts of. Russia be represented at the proposed London conference. BrtmSlI ECONOMY FORCES BANKRUPTCIES Decision of Public to Buy Only the Necessities Has Left Storekeep ers With Heavy Stocks. London, .lu'.y 27. Knglish people have determined upon a policy of strict economy resulting in a considerable in crease in the number of bankruptcies during the last few months. These failures have occurred not only in Ixur don, but also in the provinces. Busi ness rum, however, are confronted by the fact that the aggregate number is fai below the total of pre war years, figures forlfll!) being 737 as against 2.H."i6 forfill 4. While many reasons are advanced for this state of affairs, the most ac ceptable one in business circles is the attitude of the buying public, which has decided only -to purchase absolute. necessities. In consequence, traders who have pur,-hasd large stocks of goods at fancy prices in anticipation of quick atid handsome profits, find themselves Vith "white elephants" on their hands and a non-buying public. 1 The goods had to be disposed of fre quently at a big loss. ( The recent bankruptcies included a number of demobilized men who start ed business with the proceeds of their gratuity and small savings. These men, fi the most part, were inexpe rienced in the ways of trade and when a severe test came, they were forced to close their doors. A woman proprietor of a high-rlas millinery shop in Bond street explained recently that wealthy women who, before the war, bought generously in Lstieh speciality shops as her, were un able to do so now, because of the tre mendous increase in the cost of living, wages for servants, etc. These women now are only purchasing the necessi ties, the business woman added. Krom every trade comes the report tlmt shopkeeper and business houses generally find themselves with an overstock of goods, purchased in hope of a big buying season thin spring arid summer. AND HIT POLE Motorists Avoided Death But Shut Off Wire Service POLE KNOCKED OFF WITH MANY WIRES Automobile Did Not Suffer VTuch Damage at . Lyndon St. Johnsbury, July 27.TeIephone service between Lyndonville and New port was resumed Sunday, after hours of strenuous work by linemen and elec tricians. The trouble was caused by a peculiar automobile accident Satu.t day afternoon, when a Maine car crashed into an electric light pole, sev ering a service Wire. The pole came down, bringing with it a section of telephone wires. The accident happened near the Lyn don station. The driver of the car, un familiar with the road, did not see the south bound Boston and Maine train until he was nearly on the crossing. He turned quickly and hit the electric light pole with such force that it wat broken off. The car was only sjhtly damaged and the four occupants es caped with slight bruises and scratch es. SET TJP NEW COURT. Former Kaiser Has Surrounded Him self With a New Following. Doorn, Holland, July 27. The for mer German Kmperor illiam, while professing a desire to lead at Doorn the quiet life of a country gentleman, has nevertheless created a little court around him somewhat larger than that which he had at Amerongcn and Dutch newspapers have already begun calling Doom "The Little Potsdam." The allies' demands upon Holland to guard the former emperor closely have made it impossible for William to mingle with the Dutch country gentry, who have estates about. Doorn and the house, where he is said to expect to spent his remaining days, is juat like a little bit of Germany. Strict military order prevails out side the houe of Dotirn. where passers by must not be too curious. Within the discipline is Prussian. William's only associates are German. His en fire staff, including approximately 40 servants, are German, with one ex ceptionthe village barber, a Dutch man, is called in now and then to trim his hair or beard. When at Atnerongen, William went frequently to Doorn by automobile, but now, he is seldom seen outside, the wire fence of his estate, which villagers call his "40 hectare wge." Forty hec tares are about SO acres. The few' times he has been out, he has paid visits to his former host, Count Bentinck. at Amerongen. Now and then, the former crown prince or others 'of William's sons have been permitted t visit the exile, largely be cause of the illness of their mother, but, from day to day, William seldom sees any new faces -only his daily associates. That's the Question. Jadge I am suing a young man for a dozen kisses that he stole,. My law yer gays they're worth $20 apiec. Jack How does he know !-Boston Transcript. Peggy's Topography. Philadelphia -paper Peggy Marsh declared her intention of going to New York next summer to viit her rela tive in Boston and Chelsea.- Boston Transcript. Packing for Vacatiom. Wife, who is getting -ready to go away, telephone husband: "And. Jak. !. try and l-rmi rme fat friend home tn d. finer I pi!neT tnut hate onte Kr a v w cyhi to t my trunk." B..M.-H Iranvript. The Prefeasor Farfst V,,f-..oT Rut I trad thi err c ter ire Amers-aa eleis !a-t yar H n h rVi m t.r an r ; V r i 'i 5- rt '. ti fci-TT rep' it1t : - lw a In !. ONE WOMAN'S EXPERIENCE Of Interest to Expectant Mothers. Cosher., Ind "I took Lydi F Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound with good results alter i p Ik- I had suffered for aome time with female trouble. Some year ago I had t'w i bora asd took your Vegetable C m- pouad before they tame, also before my four-rear-old bor was ,4f born, and after i wards, and th.sk it fin for ench rase. I tell other what it did for me and rnu may puh- titttl ffe tMtitnnnitl t r t'.m A Ioo. til !t M, C.ohe. In4. The experience of Motberbood it I ""There in t rrisi- km HMt women marta ' shout t'e r.ne! di'titxt'y an epoch in their lire. Not one (Knit ia a hundred i rre paeej nr understands ho-r to prop erl eare for ker!f. Every wotnaa at t' a tine(WiH ry npoa I.ytie K. Tia. !ar's VefaM CnmpminA, a aret 'ua! le te " and iavigorator DOESN'T CLASH WITH LEAGUE Anglo-Japanese Alliance Haa No Par ticular Country as Objective. Tokio, July :J.V The Anglo-.lapanese j alliance does not run counter to thi'j league of nation, wrote Premier Hara.j favoring a renewal of the pact, in the j course of a contribut km to the current issue of the Japanese Diplomatic He v iew. Mr. Hara declared that the K.nghsh alliance is intended fur the preserva tion of peace and ordi'r in the rar Fast, with no particular country its ob jective. The Japanese were determined to im prove the relations with China and to develop the rich natural resources of China. It wa a good thing, be thought, that the United States was taking an economic interest in Cbina. Hut while the interest of the United States was economical, to .lapan the relation with lliina was really a ques tion of life and death for the nation. He hoped this fact would be appro riated in a sympathetic way by the American people. Concerning Siberia the premier wrote: "The original Oiject -of Japan's ex pedition to Siberia wa to aid the Czechoslovaks. In the meantime, however. Siberia ha undergone serious upheaval, endangering the life and property of Japanee residents and dis turbing peace and order ht Manchuria and Mongolia. This is the reason why Japan cannot evacuate the country as soon a he eapected. However, when peace and order have been retored in Siberia, safeguarding the life and prop erty of .lapaiiee reidrnts, and ensur ing freedom of eommunM at ions, the Japanese troop will he wtthdiawn. with the repatriation of the Czechoslovak TTt M T H E L O N c "P " T MAKES all the dif ference in the world what tires you ride on and all that difference is in favor of Silvertown Cords. Goodrich. ertown o4m ericas First Cord Tire lite Goodrich JIdjustment 2asis: Silvertown Corelscca i Ff-T-'" Miles 4 J cf t he iira'e TT'! '. 1 ! Bsasy worn- chii.i t vere are tew hiMrew Iwaiis o' tSe faH tst lyd.a 11. Pir.kiarsa lU Cw-TMWttid teaVes) rre- It r"'. Sra'tSy aal t rC acl ts rt ell flsH rr-" awl hrrh reifr -taiave rsrc-tH cr karmful dreg. Help! ! uih I don't know language." boasted phe kvng haired man ia the club. 'I'll tet yJi." a friend puked him up quUy. '"Ill dniate a paragraph t vi " With aa anied a.r tHe K..avtr eired h' pencil, bot l. ) dropped a he Vea rd : " A Hujr Hiihe Kewire a yu'e Jyi; tr.w a sew tic a oin dres ii r ..4 W r4 a dark hue ame np to Hush H ai4: 'Hae e-n mr '!" - f yo w It wast wntll I new tVa jew f-ee I m it wch . s !- i f nrrr tn lk fr wr ee.' a 4 Hit " New Oieana Tune fx ee. Topics of the Home and Household. Whipping a jelly increases its bulk three or four time. When running sash window curtains on rod which are not smooth at the end. ti!-e an old glove finger over the rod. Are you one of those w ho sets a bas ket of closely packed berries directly away in the refrigerator just a they come from the market! It i better to open them up loosely by carefully turning them into a large dish. Hate you ever tried lsiiled radishes a a table delicacy? The Modern Tris cilia in its lat issue quoted a contribu tor as saying that they are dcliciona served in that way, and are alo good with a cream saw like carrot. This is a good way to keep up with the rad ish crop. Preserving Fruit and Vegetables. The sensible housewife is the one who begin her preserving early, as soon a fruit and vegetable ued for preserving are plentiful enough on the market to warrant it. She begin with strawberries and wind tip with grape. Here are some preserving recipes quoted from the Burlington tl'pper. Mime of w hich i ts be used now. They will be much appreciated by the family that likes pickles. ! To preserve watermelon rind, peel t lie rind (six pounds fruit) and cut in manageable pieces of uniform sire, i Snak over night in tjie salted water or ' cook for l" minute . in salt water, j Drain, then otMk until tender in syrup j made of I quart vinegar, 2 tablo i aixHin clove. I tablesiHwm all-spi'-e, H i - pounds brown sugar. 2 tablespoon asia buds, ',4 cup cinnamon. The spices may be put in a bag. Al low plenty of room for them to swell. Boil the sugar and vinegar together with the spices , minute, skim, add the rinds ami cook until tender. Skim out the rinds, put in jar. lil the syrup about 10 minutes longer and pour over the fruit. The rinds, wheti done, should have a transparent look. A little lemon rind or ginger may be used with the spices if desired Sweet Cumimlsrr Pickle Pare and I Not A Blemwi man the perfect appearance of her com piejoon. Permanent and temporary skat trouKe s-f effectively conccaVd. Reduces " natural color and corrects I creasy skms. H HV afwwroc. luaed with fccnriica rem. Its as a n-r w ae"f W 70 vea-v tm MAKE YORSELF STRONGER T People with strong const it utionsj escajie many minor ills that make life; miserable for others. Don't you envyj the friend who dies not know what a , headache is, whose digestion is per-, feet and sleep undisturbed ! How far do you come from thi de iription and have you ever made an; earnest effort to strengthen your -orr jstitiition. to build up your system to, ward off disease and discomfort ! ! Kveryone cannot have wrfect health j but unles you have an organic di-; ;ease it i geneially sihle to improve your physx-al cotid tsm by attention to the rule of health, the first of i which is to keep the blf built up. Ir. Williams' Pink Pill f'T Pale' People contain jl the tl"nieiitj nee.l to build up the blood and rc- , store the lost .or and vitality. New I energy circulate throvifc-h the sv-tem with the rm-Hhrd bfoi'd. the heart stop it alarming palpitating, color r turn to tbeek and !;. Nothing more i n-eded evept sun I j-lit. go-d a.r. prr.-T and re-t !f you tk O'-l Vow esartty what rule, lo follow m tbre ma'tet wnle to .lay t the IH. William Medwin' - N-nere,ta.fy. V. - " he lb-t. -i. i I n ike l;W-J 'Hir own :1rj nrli. Dr. Wniu' P".k r.H or they will rl ; wad. ' -d j n rxe.pt pr MM .n1s p-t ! A4. cut in thick sliies lengthwise, then pro ceed exactly as when making the mel on rind preserve. Tomato Catsup Half a bushel rie tomatoes. Boil until soft, drain through a colander, add I quart of vinegar, cup salt, .2 tablespoons each clove, allspice vand black Hjepjer and I tablespoon cayenne. Boil until redmrd to half its bulk. Bottle when cold ; seal. ( hoppeda t'reen Tomato Pickles One s?ck green tomatiw. 2 green pep ht. 12 medium-sired onions. Chop fine, mix with t tablespoon salt and let stand overnight in a colandef. The nevt morning cover with vinegar, ad.Fone tablespoon each of allspice, cinnamon and clove, and two tablespoon salt (if needed). Roil fie minute. f Cm unilier Pickles 1" niall cucum ler sliird with ihe skin on. Twenty- five srtiall onion slued. Pla.e alter-' nate lavcr of cucuuilers and onitin. sprinkle ea. h layer wilh salt and let j stand for three hour. Pour off the' brine and add the following dressing: I cupful salad oil. ta!.lcpoon cci erv seed. 4 quart cold vinegar. 2 cupful white mustard send. 2 nipt ill black mustard seed. Stir well and cover cIoch . I.-t .t.H at least three week l"tore o ng. The are most dehctoti pick! -. Spjieil Currant Vive M.unds -v. rants. 2 tablespotnful limuiw". taMc.p-ainful gi"'ci. t unids sugar, 2 tsldpooit-.ils clove. I j- . vinryar. Mi all mgrcdiert an ! low!v to the tling miii1. B"il ur slowly three hour. Sliilby Same t'ne nc-k -f njte t mator. peele and sliced. 3 mi--n liced. 2 ruptuls sugsr. 1 green , (r-. cut fine. 2 tsl.Vp-niuN sal:. I t,i.art vinegar. Mi and simmer i r ture lKir. Bottle or put is jsr. t lierrv Pattfc- -I-olve one a i one ba'f tabb-p-nful of grlatm an J sn tal-l'-p -miifiiU of iiar Wwlv ir one rn.ft,l of Wilk. Strain it im.. r ie.wl ard wben n-sVa td one half tea jMv.rti.t of almm.d evtr'1. one Uj ful cf tie-h fccrr--s n.f ia baKea . ruptol -1 -ram h pt-el ff ad leav en w'n.te. cf I rpr. v' ir oer-a-e -!. a"d when g ' t set dil into parv Mittc. fp itk aweo en's! en as4 lWtr. I'-vii 'le !!'('- P.nar-t- 1 " a:e a f M tk.t k t.ne - the very best. It requires two cups hot water, one cup sugar, juice of threw large lemons, four cups be water and one small can grated pineapple. Pre pare a syrup of the boiling water and sugar by boiling them together ten minutes: chill the syrup slightly; add the pineapple and lemon juice; cool and add the ice water and a small amount of crushed ice. Dorothy Dexter. How You Can Remove Every Trace of Hair (Toilet Talks) A stiff past made with some pow derrd dels tone and water and spread on a hairy surface about 2 minutes will, when removed, take every trace of hair with it. The skin should then be washed to free it from the remaining delatone. No barm tan result from thi treatment, but be mire it i dela- '.one you get anil you will not lie dis appointed. Mis fresh as wanted. Adv. LARGE BURNING PM 1 SNA And Chest. Red, Irritating and Smarting. Cutlcura Heals. "I a tarred to kave large whha pimplea tweaking out on my lac . and claesu 1 ney wrra rra i and very trtHating, and dur . i tnf the day If wy clothing nil hurn mni IdlitL A Upon beuig opened tbey am i WafSal 1. ntTfl. t Kh t-A ihM Ciaimra Snain arwt Ointment and oeckSed lo try them. I had tSc trouble about an months. n4 after using three cakes of Cu cora Soap and three boa) Orrstmer I was bealed." iSamed' Jojeph Boctlrr. itl Davna St.. New Bed ford. daa.. Ju2y II. 19H. 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