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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN. FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1920.
THREE hi ( r-4 A rv : :) ! 1 Obregon Friendly Toward The U. S. By RALPH H. TURNER (United Press Staff Correspondent.) MEXICO CITY, May , 19. (By Mail.) In one respect at leapt, it is confidentially believed that the for . eign policy of the new Mexican revo- . lulionary government will differ rad ; ically.from that of the late lamented Venustiano Carranza. This change of policy lies in the matter of the Pan-American relations. Carranza was absesscd with an idea, conscientious or otherwise, that he was destined to go down in his tory as the man who had defended the rights of the Latin-America against the predatory designs of the "Colossus del Norte" namely, the United States. At '.imes his policy indicated that he eVen dreamed of an alliance among: the Latin-American nations. Carranza sought to create the impression in Central and South America that Mexico constantly was being made the victim of unwarrant ed attacks from the United States. With this theory t.s a background he endeavored to draw South America into an attitude of the eympr.thy for , Mexico, as well as trrtipathy toward any Mexican policy which emanated from Washington. Mexico City newspapers reflected the official viewpoint frequently spoke of the "Carranza Doctrine" a doctrine which supposedly aimed to unify Latin-America in all matters political, social and commercial. To achieve this aim, Carranza employed a form of propaganda which, though it may have some effect, certainly bore few evidences of sublety. An occasional attack upon the Monroe Doctrine was one form of campaign. Sometimes it was accom panied by a suggestion that an ex clusive Latin-American doctrine would be more satisfactory. This mode of propaganda did not always arise from Mexico City sources, even thought it had its inspiration here. Carranza, through his ministers abroad, was in touch with certain Central and South American citizens, who, at intervals, could bo depended upon to direct at attack upon the United States. However, Carranza's propaganda ' functioned chiefly through his For eign Office. Its mode of operation was illustrated particularly well at the time the Jenkins case was in the public eye and the State Department in Washington had resumed its note writing activity. Scnrcely a day passed but what ingston, aged 25 years. She leave? Carranza's side of the story, illumi- to m her os a father, mother, ... four sisters and three brothers. One nated by statements of how the brother havinK pone to the preat be. United States was again abusing yond two years ago. She was a mem Mexico, was sent from the Mexican ber of the Baptist Church at St. Jo lJWum nffir to t.h Mexican lem-1 se.Pn'? ChaPel- She was loved by all " . .... tions throughout Latin-America. These cabled reports were to be giv en out either in the form of inter views or direct statements to the Latin-American press. All press comment, either Mexican or Ameri can, which was favorable to Mexico in any degree, was assembled and ca bled to South America. In turn, South American opinion which favor ed Mexico and attacked the United States, was itllected at thu end and give nto thtt newspapers of the capi tal for home consumption. This form of procedure was goner- al, bu talways found stimulus when from Washington at the earliest pos somc prominent "ksue" aroso be-1 8ible date. He has announced that tween Mexico, and the United Stales, j American capital would be welcomed General Alvaro Obregon, the tend ' Mexico and protected. Moreover, or of th erevolution which ousted the revolutionaries mnv desire, at Carranza, has declared himself op posed to such a policy and he is be ing taken at his wora. Obregon ap- Motif hck without question if HUNT'S S:!v foiti In tha treatment of ITCH, I CZBMA, RINGWORM, TETTER or other itching skin diseases. Tiy 75 cent bos at our ride CENTRAL DRUG CO. You Cannot Gripe, Sicken, Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead r Calomel salintes ! It's mercury. ! Calomel nets like dynamite on a slue-! Jsrish liver. When Calomel comes into I H . . . ur - ,t?ct with sour bile it crashes into J out maklnr 'ou f,lck- 'ou Just P ba it, catling cramping and nausea. Bri(' Pft your money. If yoV fcol bilious, headachy, con- j If yo utake calomel today you'll be stipntcd iind all knocked out, just go j sick tomorrow; besides, it will sali to your drn.Tirist and pet a bottle of vate vou. while if vou take DodsonV Dodson's I.iv'r Tone for a few cents which is a ha.mless vegetable substi-1 tute fcr dangerous calomel. Take spoonful nd if it doesn't start your Edwards Calls On People Of America SEA GIRT, N. J., June 11. Gov ernor Edward I. Edwards, a candidate for the Democratic presidential nom ination issued a demand Wednesday night demanding liberalization of the Volstead act and calling upon "the people of the United States, law fully and by the constitutional meth od prescribed, to pass judgment upon the act" "The Supreme Court has declared the Eighteenth Amendment to.be a part of the Constitution and the Vol stead act to be it3 statutory inter pretation," read the statement. "The act is open to such amendment aa the duly elected representatives of the people may enact. "No poower exists which is para mount to the power of the people ex pressed at the polls. There alone is sovereignty. Every candidate for Congress, every state and legislative official and the candidates for the presidency itself, will be called upon this coming November to declare their positions unmistakably on the sane and reasonable interpretation of the Constitutional amendment in fa vor of the permissive use of light wines and beers, each state to deter mine its regulations under the liberal limitations of a general federal stat ute. "I appeal to great and final refer endum of the American people." GREENEVILLE ROUTE 2 Misses Madge and Gaynell Hogan and Mr. Minnis Hartman took dinner with Miss Vern Hutton Sunday. Those calling on Misses Organ and Ada Hogan Sunday were Misses Grace, Hattie and Maggie Love, Lou ise and Virginia Bell, Georgia Shef fey, Pansy Roberts, Mrs. Nell Ross Messrs. Frank Bell, Robert Edwin Ellison, George Hutton and Ralph Shaw. Mrs. Nell Ross, of Chattanooga, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bell. Misses Madge and Gaynell Hogan entered school at Johnson City Mon day; also Mr. Emon Shaw. Miss Winnie Roberts, of North Carolina, is visiting her cousin, Miss Vern Hutton. Mr. Clarence Lbve and wife were visiting Mrs. Love's sister, Mrs. Geo. Harmon, Saturday night and Sun day. There will ,be an ice cream supper at Shaw's Spring, near Pine Grove, Saturday night, the 12th. Every body invited. TWO FOOLS. MINK CREEK VALLEY , The death angel visited our com munity Saturday night, June 5th, 1920, and claimed Miss Ila Mae Liv- wrr knew her. Miss Justica, Fannie and Mary Sue Love are visiting their sister, Mrs. Ollie Bible. Mr. Isaac Bible is on the sick list. What has become of Bible's Chap el and Midway Route 2? Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bible and little daughter, Gracie, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Paxton. There will be Sunday school every Sunday: prayer meeting everv Sun day night. BLUE EYES. Do it now I Don't delay! scribe for The Sun I Sub- preciates, first, that the new govern ment should strive for recognition some future date, to negotiate with the United States for a loan. And Obregon, it is believed, is broad guaged enough to realize that a poli cy of hostility toward the United States is not the best method to at tain these things. In the opinion of foreign diplomats here, if Obregon has seen the fallacy of Carranza's foreign policy, and is prepared to modify that policv, it will mean much for "the betterment of Pan-American relations. or Salivate Yourself if You !, liver and straicrhten vou un hpttPi mH ii.,,, tKa ct i 1 j .4t. Liver Tone you will wake up feeling great, fuii of ambition and ready for work or play. It's harmless, pleasant and safe to gira children; they like it. Millions for a New Stomach One of the greatest American million aires said to his physician, "A million dollars, Doetor, spot cash and no grum bling, for a now stomach," and then the sick pmn groaned and turned away, AH his wealth could not make him happy or contented, for happiness large ly depends upon digestion. Without health where does happiness come inf After all the stomach plays a great part In everyday life. Without a healthy stomach and good digestion our blood is thin, watery and poor, our heart action is weak, our liver does not do its duty, and man ii miserable and unhappy. Prevent disease by putting the house in order and itrengtheuing the system against the germs of disease. Dr. Pierce, of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y., years ago understood diseases and their prevention, and he discovered certain roots and herbs which were nature's remedies, and succeeded in putting them up in a form that could be easily pro cured at the drug store (liquid or tablets). This he called Dr. Tierce ' Golden Medical Discovery. This Dis covery gives no false stimulation be cause it contains no alcohol or any nar cotic. It helps digestion and the as similation of sueh elements in the food as are required for the blood. It gives to the blood the feod elements the tis sues require. For over fifty years it has enjoyed the confidence of the American public. Try it now! "Uncle Joe" Sees Republican Sweep CHICAGO, June 11. "Uncle Joe" Cannon, former Speaker of the House, and his long black cigar, at tended the opening of the Republican National Convention' Tuesday and then returned to his hotel. He smil ed at the questioner, saying: "How many conventions have I attended? So many that I have for- cotton moat n ftrioTn T'vt Vinon nt. . , .. . 100Hfein wiui we were iryinff 10 even tenuing all convention since 1882." !Mme oW 9C)reg n0 old "Who will bo nominated this scores to even when we started the year?" dope sheet, but we expect we will "Can't tell you. But you can bet hv to continue same for elf-pro-.. . . j r, i.f i 1 tection now as we understand the it will be a good Republican, ,and a gam? are pianning revenge for the good Republican will be elected, too. notoriety which has been thrust upon The Republicans will sweep the coun-. them. try as never before." 1 1 - Probably for the first time in twen- vn,,Dtri r tin ty-five years there were scores of per-, DulLU YUUnotLr Ur sons in the lobby of the convention SO AS TO FEEL BETTER hall who did not recognize the for- Eat and sleep hotter, as well as look mer Speaker. ST. JAMES Quite a large crowd attended the decoration at this place Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Bowers, of Oklahoma, are visiting Mr. Bowers' father, Mr. Nor.h Bowers. Mr. Was Bowers moved his saw mill to Mr. Raymond Rader's yard this week. Those visiting at the pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hawk Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bible, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Bible, Mis ses Bernice Bible, Dessia and Bertie Susong. We are glad to report Miss Edna Bowers much improved. Mr. Floyd Hawk spent Sunday with his brother, Mr. M. S. Hawk, near Greeneville. Mrs. Phelix Neas and little daugh ter, Maggie, spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. F. A. Hawk. Sunday school at this place is pro gressing nicely. We would be glad to have the old folks come out and take part. For some cause my last letter fail ed to get in pnnt. JOLLY BOY. GREENEVILLE ROUTE 14 On Sunday, June 13th, beginning at 2 o'clock, there will be a joint dec oration and a Junior and Odd Fellow memorial service at Bersheba and Re hobth church. All Odd Fellows and Juniors of the county are cordially invited, also the public in general. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brooks spent Saturday and Suiday with Mrs. Brooks' parents, Mr. ant! Mrs. James t Rollins. Miss Pearl Cornwell and M.. s Katie ?ick!r' f Ce ?reck ? lat' ter part of last week with Ml: .Maude and Dolpha Morelock. Mr. Paul Waddcll is confined to room with typhoid fever and is ported oaite ill. Mrs. Maud Waddell died Thurs morning at 9:15 at the home of parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Rit She was laid to rest Friday mori at 10:30 at the Bersheba ceme to await the resurrection morn, bereaved family have our sympa Mr. Will Morelock, who has 1 at the bedside of his brother for past week, returned to Greene Sunday. Mrs. Hazel Rollins spent Sur with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W Hurst. Mr. Oakie Morelock, who has I quite ill of tynhoid fever is much proved at thi writing. Miss Lena Hurst is able to be again, after being confined to room for the past few davs. The condition of Mr. Hubert S lev is still quite seroi. BUTTERCUj Mrs. Lauia A. Hoyt, principa the Green Rier school at Green Mas,., who is retiring at the ag 70 under the teachers' pension has taught for forty-seven yeai the same school room not missii single day. BASE BALL DOPE AND l OTHER STUFF ' We were placed here on this earth ly playground to play our part in lifefs great game. The Great Of ficial Score-Keeper of the Universe is checking our every play. It was intended that we should develoD our bodies, the earthly tabernacle of the soul, and keep them physically fit. Bring your boys out to the game they will want to emulate the play ers. Keep young along with themi it will do Pater Familias good as well as the boys. We rather expect that Hell Roarin' Hiram may dominate the little garni staged in Chicago this week, but oui own Umps Mullen will have charge d'affaires of our little fracus Thurs day. Umps Mullen is not of the Hell Roarin' type, but is suave and unruf fled in his dignity and handles the in dicator as if to the manor born a little far fetched. We notice in the news notes of the Chicago convention that when the band played Dardanella, that the Ten nessee Negro delegation were seer to shimmy in their seats. The new seats for the colored brethren ate now up at East End Park, and while the sh fmrny is barred, you will be al lowed to enjoy all the rights and priv ileges of the Lilly Whites. Come or out I A good many of the local fans havt been attending the games in Morris town this week. Clyde Austin, driv ing the best four cylinder car in the world (must be a Ford), took a crowd to the game Tuesday. He in vited the Dopist to go, but as he could not go on account of business, they said they took Jim Easterly as a poor substitute. Some compliment to the Dope writer. The boys are being un usually kind to this Warrensburp beauty, as they realize that this b his last season out. Ring the bells. The Greeneville team spent yester day afternoon in much needed praci tice. As soon as we get to playing four games per week, these boys of ours will be kept on edcre all the time. We believe the fans will attend two games per week, and so the schedule has been re-arranged. Look for an nouncements in the Daily Sun cov ering the games for the next few weeks. We hope to have this in time for Saturday s issue. We have been asked the object of the dope column. So far as we are concerned the sole object of same is to keep the base ball fires of enthu siasm burning, althought it might hotter, by taking Hood's Sarsapa- rilla. It is an all-the-year-round medicine, good in all Reasons. It purifies, enriches and revitalizes the blood, creates an appetite, aid digestion, assists assimilation of the food you pat, 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. CEDAR CREEK Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Browning ant' son, John Wesley, spent Sunday wit! Mr. and Mrs. Ray Browning, of Washington College. Miss Zula Renner spent Sundaj afternoon with Misses Mary Willie and Addie Conduff. Misses Flossie, Bertie and Metm Collins were pleasant guests of Misses Eula and Ada Bowers Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bowers have returned to their home in McAlister Okla., after a few weeks visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Bowers. There will be preaching at thi. place the first Saturday night and Sunday in July. Everybody invited to come. Tressie Bowers spent Sunday with Cora Conduff. Miss Pearl Renner is visiting rela tives and friends in Greeneville. Mrs. C. J. Cutshall and Mrs. Jas. Wilson were calling on Mrs. 8. C. Conduff Sunday afternoon. Misses Cora Ragon and Pearl Ren ner spent Sunday with their cousins Dbie and Manilla Cannon. Messrs. J. N. Cutshall and C. W. "'"'"mr, of Baileyton, were vi'ng " "fast at ria' er. ter on her the ay ing ler. tne t Wei the the ?-.lfl ivit- i Sat- ! . of; veek i S. ' i kill- i the! KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT TOE BIG VALUE 'PACKAGES -LIQUID AND CAKE Alio Pastes and Liquids fot Black, Tan, Ox-Blood and Dark Brown Shoes THB F. F. DALLEY CORPORATIONS LTD.. BUFFALO. N. Y vVinmMtutmuS Olympic Honors' Canada Expects MONTREAL, Que., June 10. (United Press. ) Despite the terri ble inroads upon the ranks of Ca nadian athletes during five years of war, the Dominion, in addition to winning the hockey championship at the Antwerp Olympic games, will make a strong bid in almost every other branch cf sport, especially in the swimming and trap-shooting events. Canada sport experts expect great : l.hinira from the Dominion'H wnt.er nn - lo team which undoubtedly will have in its membership such swimmers as George Hodgson, Frank McGill, win ners of middle distance swimming events at Stockholm; George Vernot, the fastest short distance swimmer ir Canada and John Kerry, who wns sec ond in the ten-mile swim at Riverton, N. J last year. These four, in case they show up well in the Olympic trials, will also take part in the dash es and Hodgson has already como close to his former records while practicing recently. Elimination trials for western Can ada's swimmers will take place at Winnipeg on June 20 and the grand test will be at St. Helen's Islands in the St. Lawrence River nt Montreal, July 3. At these trials races will bo held over the regulation Olympic dis, tances and competition in pedestal ten foot and high diving will be held. Finals in the track and fields events will be held on the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association's grounds here on July 17. The men competing in this all-Canadian tryout will have made good showings at preliminary trials held in Winnipeg and Toron to. McGill College of Montreal will probably have the best representa tion of any one institution or organ ization, a great many hurdlers, jump era, shot-putters and javelin-throwers already working out in conjunction with the M. A. A. A. weekly trp-outs. Seventy men will endeavor to bring Olympic honors back to Canada and these are: Eleven members of the hockey, al ready winners and returning; Trap thooters, 6; Boxers, 7; Wrestlers, 3: Oarsmen, 15; Swimmers, 6; and twenty track and field men. It is estimated that the cost of training these men will run close to $100,000 but. with contributions con tinuing as during the past few weeks 10 trouble is anticipated in financing the trip. 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NOTHING DOING Mollie, the Irish domestic in the service of a Wilmington household, according to Harper's Weekly, was one afternoon doing certain odd bits of work about the place, when her mistress found occasion to rebuke her for one piece of carelessness. "You haven't wound the clock, Mollie," she said. "I watched you closely, and you gave it only a wind or two. Why didn't you complete the job?" "Sure, mum, ye haven't forgot that I'm leavin' tomorrer, have ye?" asked Mollie. "I ain't goin' to be doin' any of the new gyurl's work !" ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" is gen uine Aspirin proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for over twenty years. Accept only an un broken "Bayer package" which con--tains proper directions to relieve Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neu ralgia, Rheumatism, Colds and Pain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost a few cents. Druggists also sell larger "Buyer packages." 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