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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 195.1.
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TALK OF THE TOWN MinceMeat I THE LAST WORD IN PURITY AND FLAVOR Your Grocer Sells It MADE BY Tha WHIPPLE C9MEVY NAT1CK MASS. PATERNALISM tins nation is founded. There is a vast , I difference betwocn physical education Our Tendencies Towards Laws That and culture and medical examination Will Buill Up Tyrannical Bureaucracy. eompulsory treatment. Ten million fikO lltmrlrtirl (limikan1 im annual. "In creating federal departments for Iv llI)proprultl by the Few bill. Thi the administration 01 social justice aim x;lst sum may well appall the already welfare, we must avoid the fearful re- , heavily burdened taxpayer. In addi ult of bureaucracy. We are inclined ' to this, the Mates must raise an to think that as between a bureaucracy m?um Fand U,UI of 'of a military power, which paid little mol W,(Wm. Attention to the regulating of domes- Most persons agree with the provi tic affairs, and a bureaucracy of social sions in the Sheppard maternity bill rules and regulation, the latter would for educating mothers. Hut the bill oppress the soul of a country more. We does nut stop at education. It pro have been saved through these many vides that the government may supply years, and will be saved throughout medical treatment "whvn necessary." America's continued progress, from the The wording is ambiguous and admits growth of too much centralism, too of too broad interpretation. Does it much paternalism, too much bureau- mean that women must submit to ex cracy and too much infringement of animation and treatment, whether de the individual's right to construct his sired or not? own life within our American tand-1 There are many different religious ards of reason and justice." Senator beliefs, ami there are also many differ Harding thus ably and clearly haa en schools of medicine and syrtems of pointed out the dangers and pitfalls healing. The justice and fundamental our legislative bodies should avoid. iniortarice of religious liberty was rec Two bills now before Congress are ognied years ago and provided for in f-pen to criticism from the viewpoint the Cons'titution.- Choice in regard to of the president-elect. ; treatment of disease is as much a mat- The Fess physical education bill j ter of personal opinion and right a creates a bureau of education to pro-1 choice in religion. Let us not adopt vide for the physical education, physical Jaws that savor of "too much paternal- j culture and general sanitary instruc- j jsm, too much bureaucracy, too much ! tion and supervision of all children be-: infringement of the individual's right tween six and eighteen years of age. to construct his own life within our This part of the bill will meet with , American standards of reason and jus- Hut the Mil also; tie." Chicjuro Kveninir l'ost. Homemade cooking at Baltimore launch, adv. Public dance, Wednesday, Jan. 12, Rowland hall Carroll's orchestra. ad. Yon will like wrestler Jim I'rokos, full of action and plenty of Kilonis' pep. adv. Miss Doris Ilnrdy of Burlington stopped with friends in this city over the week end. Reaular meeting of Ruth chapter, No. 33, 0. K. iS., Wednesday evening, Jan. 12, at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Rachel Bolton of the '21 cluss at (ioddard seminary went to Burling ton Saturday to attend a fraternity house party. There will be a meeting of the di rectors of the Barre Woman's club at Aldrich hull this (Monday) evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Robert Carpenter, after visit ing with frienrs in this city for a few days, returned to her home in Water bury Saturday, Miss Edith M. Cordon of Waltham, Mass., is spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Ahx tlordoi of Ppaulding street. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Maeneil and child are going back to their home in Bos ton to-day, after making a few days' visit with Barre friends. Oscar Yando, a salesman of the Olds mobile Company of Vermont, to-day left fen- New York City, to attend the New York Auto show this week. Edward Beaulieu returned to the city Saturday from Terkinsvillo, where he has been employed for the past two weeks since his return from Svracuse, jr. v. Eugene Cozzi of Green street left Saturday night for Xew York City, from where he will sail Wednesday to pass a few months at his former home in Italy. Mrs. John Allen of St. Johnsbury, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. James Bennett, of Tearl street for the past couple weeks, returned to her home yesterday. The Nature class of the Barre Wom an's club will meet this (Monday) eve ning at 7:15 with Miss Blanche Til den, S North street. All members of the Woman's club are Invited. Gus Herman of Berlin, N. II., made his first visit to Barre in four years last week and for a few days re newed acquaintances here, returning to his home Saturday afternoon. Newell Parker returned to St. Al bans last evening, where he is em ployed in the Central Vermont railroad offices, after passing the week end with his parents on Kpauldinjr street. Homer Hayden of the Montpelier road, employed for many months by an electric supply firm in Dorchester, Mass., has returned to his home snd 7, Jarvis 3. Kelley, Hanley 5, J. John plans to remain in Barre and vicinity. son 3, Blood 2, Stewart, Savery; fouls, Anti-tuberculosis Christmas seals to j Cyran, Hughes 3, Welch 2; referee, Gor the value of J4H.1.41 were sold in Barre don of Windsor; umpire, Emmenton of GODDARD SPLIT EVEN. Won From White River Junction L gion; Lost to Dartmouth Freshmen. ' The Goddard seminary quintet re turned from Hanover, N. H., yesterday, compH-ting a two-day basketball trip. At White River Junction Friday night the boys from the hill met and defeat ed the strong Legion team in a hard- fought and closelv-contested game by the score of 30 to 20. Cyran and Aug ust, forwards for Goddard, were the high point gainers for their team, mak ing 31 ipoints between them.- Stewart, formerly of Dartmouth, and Blood, a one-time member of the Vermont bas ketball team, appeared In the White River lineup. A dance, held after the game, was largely attended. The lineups: Goddard White River Jet. Cyran, rf Ig, Hughes August, If rg, Welch Jarvis, Shattnck, e c, Hanley H. Johnson, Kelley, Ig rf, Stewart, J. Johnson, Savery Finn, MeGarghan, rg If, Blood Score, Goddard 30, White River Junction 20; baskets, Cvran 8, August general approval. muitH a division of child liVfncTie. ! under the control of the surgeon gen eral, the duties of which include "prac tical administrative demonstrations re lating to the health in infants and chil Best of Proof. "Yes, sir, it's pretty hard collecting dren and to child Wring." The power nny j"t now; I know it nd authority conferred on the public Jiealth service over children and moth ers are too broadly and indefinitely ex pressed. Compulsory medical examina tion and treatment are implied in the "Have you tried and failed!" "O, no." "How, then, do you know that mon ey is hard to collect ?" 'Because several people have tried to measure. State medicine is contrary ' collect some from me." Minneapolis to the principes of liberty on which I Tribune. A. W. Badger & Co. Caatotaksrt aM Licensed EnVilawrt; reraaaal AttanUaa la Thto Wark Tl. 447- A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE AUTO AMBULANCE r i New Low Prices in Cereals- Boy Now A. A. Oatmeal, 10 lbs. for 53c Rolled Oats, 10 lbs. for 45c Corn Meal, 10 lbs. for 45c Graham, 10 lbs. for 55c Buckwheat, per lb 6'c Rye Meal, per lb. . . 6c Whole Rice, best quality, per lb Wic Broken Rice, per lb 9c Pearl Tapioca, per lb 12 'c Sage, per lb 12'c Puffed Wheat, per pkg 10c The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. Successors to SMITH & CUMMINGS CO. through the public health committee of the Woman's club, principally by the school children of the city, who are to be heartily commended for their excellent work. Among the men to attend the third degree of the Knights of Columtm in Burlington yesterday were Grand Knight John B. Kelly, Deputy Grand Knight Frank Shea. Thomas Burke, James Brown and Francis Cleary. 'jn the armory hall in Montpelier next Thursday night peoph- interested In wrestling will have an opportunity to witness in action Tony Ajax, some times known as the California "Whirl wind." with John Prokos, champion Greek light heavyweight. Clarence Burke, who visited in Bur lington over the week end attending the sophomore hop at the l nivrrsitv of Vermont Friday night and degree work of the Knights of Columbus last night, returned to his home on Maple avenue this morning. The C'lsra Barton guild will hold a regular meeting at the home of Miss Bradford. 10S South Main street, Mon day at 7:30 o'clock. Every member is urged to be present and anyone wishing to join the guild is cordially invited. Lefrlie Chalmers Wright, a travel ing salesman for the George Straiton firm on Siuth Main street, was given a farewell party by several members of the Italian Pleasure club at the club rooms last evening, George Kinir presenting him in behalf of his friends a black leather brief bag. Dr. H. H. Hunter, chiropractor, lo cated in the office of Gage 4 Gage, wishes to announce the following price for all residence calls, effective Jan. IS: Day calls, $2.50: night calls, after 9 p. m., $4. For the pres ent office calls will remain the same as under Gage & Gage. adv. Fayette T. Cutler of 1 North Main street went to Rutland this morning to begin operations for the removal of a monstrous boulder from a distance two miles and a half south of Rutland info the city park. Many believe it is impossible to move this stone intact as it is estimated to weigh approxi mately 0 or 70 tons. Mr. Cutler, how ever, has ordered sleds to be made and upon these intends to transfer the stone to the Rutland city park, where, with Newport: scorer, Leahev, time, three 15-mimitc periods; attendance, ti(10. At Hanover Saturday the seminary lad run up against a strong oppon tion, made up of former prep school tars, and bowed to Dartmouth fresh men, 4H to 15. The large flimr. after the hard game on the previous night, taxed their s'liduriince ;o the limit. Cyran continued his whirlwind game of the night before, and made all the points for (Ioddard. The game was played before a record crowd of 1.8O0, who were on hand to witness the Dartmouth-Yale game, which followed the freshmen game, in which Dartmouth nosed out a 2tt to 21 victory. The lineups: Ihirtmouth '24 Goddard Crolstein, Loeb, Hatch, rg. . . If. August East burn, Ig rf, Cyran Watkins, c c, Jarvis, Shattuck Malcolm, rf If, Finn, Johnson Patten, Thurston, If rg, Kelley, MeGarghan Score. Dartmouth freshmen 4H, God dard 15; ba-ket, Watkins , Malcolm 6, Eastbiirn 3, Patten 3, Hatch 2, (iol- t stein, Loeb, Thurston, Cyran 4; fouls, Malcolm 2, Cyran 7: referee, Kesney, scorer, Crampton; time, two 20-minute j periods; attendance, l,nw. Notes. Goddard has two games scheduled for : this week. To-morrow they will go to' Northfield to match up against Nor wich, and Friday they play at St. Mi chael's st Winooski. If She Was Good. "How old are you, Marjorie?" "I'm five, and mother says if I'm good an' eat lots of oatmeal, I'll be six next birthday."- BoMon Transcript. Protect Yourself Against to the Rutland city park, where, with large brnnr.e tablet, it will bear the I gy y Q fx r y gy fl names of all lads who served in the J C VJ O CX U vl recent war. and mark for all time their i Coughs deeds of valor in France. This work is being promoted by the Daughters of the Revolution. Commenting on the Philadelphia Athletics baseball team in the sport ing news, James C. Issminger makes a comment on Lawton Witt, the f ist (ioddard seminary short stop of a few yesrs ago, whojoined Connie Msck's outfit for the past two yesrs or more. He ssrs in psrt; "Miller Huggins came here last meek to re-open negotistions for Joe Duron, but Mack was not here. There Un't the slightest chance for the Ysnks to pet Dugsn. but it is lr lieved that they csn have Lawton Witt, if they desire. Witt batted 32 in fi games last season and would be a belo to any club gettin? him. The sawed ff New KnsrUnder hits all sorts of pitching, and if be could field would he one i the greatest player in the American league. To morrow af'ernoon at 2:30 comes the reculsr meeting of the Barre Wom an's rbib, which i to 1e addreed bv Mrs. freorre B. ("hsndli-r, president of the ( onnert imt Congre of Mther, who for 12 rears hs he-en in active touch with rluh work nl rh)H wel fare prTTe. She is to pk n "Ameriranistjon Sat ing Aroctiei at the Siurr, and ba re-m!v rri nrn-d from a trip to Kurpe. "here ie ti1 id conditions in varum c-.imtrie. Hr talk is stir to v :ntretinr and the ttiV.!ir t rdislly im ifed. (T.ih tnem ar VuH irn ite ftit for this nr -rasion. that all n. hrar Mrs. Oiinl-W. W'th Riker's Mentholated White Tine and Tar with Cod Liver Extract and and Eucalyptus For the relief of Coughs, Colds, Bron chitis, Hoarseness and Throat Irritations $1.00 Guaranteed The Red Cross Pharmacy Rockland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield Good Goods Adams Company Good Service After Stock Taking" Clearance Sale Bargains in all departments on merchandise particularly needed for the extreme weather. Flannelette Gowns Ladies' Gowns Colored and White Were $2.98 Extra Heavy Quality- Were $3.98 Were $3.50 Were $3.98 Extra Large Sizes 1,59 2,39 1.79 2,75 Children's Gowns Sizes 4, 6, 8 Were $1.98 Were $2.25 Sizes 10, 12, 14 98c 1.25 Winter Underwear Greatly reduced 25 Some cases more Ladies' Silk and Wool Vests and Pants Were o Ot 0 Cft $3.00, $3.50 . Silk and Wool Union Suits &o.75.. 4.00, 4.50 Fine Wool Union Suits $7.0o! $7.50 ..5i50 6i00j Children's Wool Vests and Pants Sizes 4, 6 and 8 Were $1.45 to $1.98 .... 1.29 Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16 Were i QQ $2.15 to $2.70 liOD Silk and Wool Union Suits Sizes 4, 6, 8 Were $3.10, $3.70 Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16 Were $-1.00, $4.90 3.00 .3.50 Ladies' Fleeced Vests and Pants Were $2, .00, $2.25 , . 1.25, 1.50 Fleeced Union Suits Were 1 QQ 0 OC $3.00, $3.35 ..l'30 lt.V Gray Wool Vests and Pants 2.25 Were $2.98 . Children's Fleeced Vests and Pants Sizes 4, 6, 8 Were 90c to $1.10 79c Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16 Were 0Qn $1.20 to $1.50 03" Fleeced Union Suits Sizes 4, 6, 8 Were $1.65 to $1.98 Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16 Were $2.10 to $2.55 . . . . 1.50 1.75 Ginghams 32-Inch Bates Ginghams Were 59c 35c 27-Inch Bates Ginghams Were 49c 2Sc Five Yards fof $1.19 25c Hose Children's Odd Lots All Sizes. Were 39c, 50c Five Pairs for $1.00 Infants' Stockings Were 39c Children's Wool Hose $1.00, $1.15 79c 19c Domestics Outing Flannel 36-Inch Heavy White Was 59c . 27-Inch Extra Heavy 29c Was 59c . 27-Inch Colored Outing 29c Was 39c . 19c Was 45c . Long Cloth 10 Yards, $2.75 29c Pequot Cottons 72, 81 and 90 Inches Were 90c to $1.30 63-Inch Pequot Was 89c . 69c 49c 42-Inch Bleached Cotton Was 76c 39c 36-Inch Cotton Fruit-of-the-Loom Ter Yard 19c Ladies' Cloth Coats Half Price REDUCTION IN FURS-One-Half and One-Third off Exceptional Values Attractive Models 188 N. Main St. The Daylight Store Barre, Vermont ornrn K' N. H. nrre. Vt. BETHEL Modest New York Squelches Brging Chicago. WTiitromh hiph wUool irmimfd Its .- !on- this morning with full force of teachers lrff attendance. Very little icknei ha occurred amoMjf the "younger children. The American Lcpon team defeated 4 V 1 'l. V. I. : k fam III All interesting ha.k. tJ.all rme U.t Kri-' P-e4 the public l.brary he . rather dav evening. 47 tr 3fl. The high tch.l . ,ral,r,7:"'a- J . , ,, . .n,1 of th wond hat do you call that " period, hut the Lejrion put in ome I " Library, said I. Twa. three years frch athlete, who turned the cale in' huild." it. favor. On the Mme fW the Ken- "-Humph!' aid the Oiicajoan. I -Km.t ilrfvatvd the BUe! we a uav nin ner up in atmui Spiritual Horticulture. When there is mnhine in the nul. "ChicaKoans are terrific braggart..""" " 'it nd o'"s in me said Secretary G. A. Cormack of the j We.-Boston Transcript. New York Yacht ciub. "They brag es-1 pectallr hard when they come to .cw,s York. "I tmitoreH a Chioairoan around Xew York the other dae, and when we Stock Market Full of Suck. May a man who is afraid to take chance lose his money on a "st thinjr." Boot on Transcript. he a-Vod. d"lth jrrammar d Whitcotnh frehmcn. Mr. IMrrld P. Perkins was in Mont pelier last eck with K-prei.entat ive Perkin. to attend tha reception at the State House. Sticks t the Job. A lady. 'b-rriic a nviic owned by a colored 'boy. s.ked; -What d you call v our mule V "I ca!! hint I'tiUJy three months.' "The ,rnd Central station im-pre-ned him, to" "What that, lo!" he aid. " "Grand Ontrsl station. aiJ I. 'Fine piece cf work. To year in the buiiiime ' "'Two weeks would hate finished her in t hirar".' says the l.raj.-frt. "After a while the WloTth lmiM irjr hove in sipht. The t hica;ian ranirlit his breath dcpise him-elf. -tn-c" he raid: and then, 'Some ' How did you come to pne hira such l.uiM-.tic! How lor, to run her up, b"?' a name?" j - glanced at the siir-rh hK ira- !' hen studvin' de animal and . trmece ilh pretended ind'fTrrencr. reaitm de pspers. 1'st irtn.e ct m , -tint Mt, I a:l. e- - Dat irtn.e jM m'i -t n"t mt.' I a;d. 'I didn't rxrtice b"sme an atiie dan annh;nc r! n ie i.r i,.r, mhrn I tad this mom: ci!t is' rw ahend d-n' hi level U st 1 Vtr it Irre Pre. j'j-t de Mmi. -Msll Street Journal. The Went He Wihea Her. "Xsrnr alav finds something t d.n trade fcart. . n. i 'What rtow "Se; I cn!y h"j-e 'Veil be a frt rate m the et wot 34 H-to Iraa 4Tpt. Don't Or3er T Kiay. Well, the ct of living u on the I cc a New York p ia an tuainoed a rot in orch;d" Iii.i t.urwr Journal. Monday and Tuesday Special Chicken, Asparagus and Tomato Soup, 3 cans. .25c (This is a Cash and Carry price.) MACARONI and SPAGHETTI Broken Macaroni, in bulk, per It) 10c Whole Macaroni, in bulk, per lb 13c White Spaghetti, in bulk, per It) Warner's Package Macaroni, three pkgs. . . . Warner's Package Spaghetti, three pkgs. . . . 25c Tomato Paste, Italian Style, two cans 25c No. 2 size canned Tomatoes, each No. 3 size canned Tomatoes, each 15c 25c 10c 15c Sunkist large sized Sliced Pineapple 45cj California large sized Peaches, each 35c JilTy Jelly, all flavors, two pkgs 23c The F. D. Ladd Company! i v t