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Far ley described the opposition to Presi dent Roosevelt last night as a mobili zation of “the die-hards in a last desperate attempt to wreck the re forms he has wrought.” “There has never been a progressive movement in the story of mankind that has not been embarrassed and obstructed by the die-hards holding out against the inevitable change of time and tide,” he said in a broadcast address. Comparing the President's opposi tion to that faced by Thomas Jeffer son and Andrew Jackson, he said “the people will triumph once more.” “With the enormous resources with which God has endowed us, the only thing that can hold back general pros perity is a short-sighted refusal on the part of any one to work in harmony toward the common good,’’ Mr. Farley declared. “But one thing is certain—we are never, never going back to the eco nomic anarchy of a few years ago. "We are never going back to the old philosophy of the pirate that 'he may get who has the power and he may keep who can’ regardless of the gen eral welfare.” The occasion for Mr. Farley’s ad dress was the 195th anniversary of Jefferson’s birthday. He referred to the third President and founder of the Democratic party as "a New Dealer.” -• Mrs. Florence Wheeler Dies. HUDSON. Mass., April 14 yPt.—Mrs. Florence M. (Randall) Wheeler, 59, wife of Ernest H. Wheeler, a brother of United States Senator Burton K. Wheeler of Montana, died last night at her home after a long illness. EASTER PARADE of FOOD VALUES ARMOUR S "STAR," AN EASTER DINNER TREAT HAMS AVERAGE X -29' 'THE HAM WHAT AM" PILLSBURY'S BEST _ FLOUR...uj 40c CAKE FLOUR.25* HURFF'S ALL GREEN _ ASPARAGUS..** 25* . sy ORANGE JUICE_2 25c Fancy Grapefruit Juice 8ESS5 3 25cEXTRA! EXTRA! BOSGUL COFFEE "f","”"'_lb. 29c Ink Armstrong's FRESH PRUNES.2 29c “Explorer” Kr SALMON_2 a 27c TELESCOPE PEAS....2 SU 36c *■«*“ u"! 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Police Commissioner Valentine said the fence was intended to keep pedes trians from crossing the square be tween streets. The fence will sepa rate Broadway from Seventh avenue, which cross in Times Square. Grand Theater In Croydon, Eng land, threatens to sue the city for loss of business during a typhoid epedemic. fBETTER ] k BAKED I wk BEANS} ^Tibi [ !:r. v%n:,^; fliMf/W Donfine Old'V.sh- C-S* ioned Brown Sug- ~ ar and bakowith W£!!n!?ned bacon strips. Brown .. Aatrirn Inf at , (fe; V. ' r C<k-m«T ^ PRICES ON HEINZ OVEN-BAKED BEANS COOKED SPAGHETTI ARE DOWN! Your grocer announces Heinz Oven-Baked Beans (all 4 kinds) and Heinz Cooked Spaghetti at new low prices/ Be thrifty! Stock up on these favorite varieties, now priced within the reach of everyone! Look for the money iving display at your grocer’s. Heinz Cooked Spaghetti is the long-strand sort, with a delicious sauce of tomatoes and cheese. It’s ready to heat and enjoy. 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