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THE .' BARRE, DAlt-Y TIMES, BARRE, VT. . THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1922.
11,700,000 RUffl" CJ3330BEES3SES3 3SKXSS a r re Trust PUTOVERBOARD When Crew ' of Rum-runner Became Angered at Consignees 1 istmas Company Cm Club A little deposited each week will give you a plenty for next Christmas Any amount can be deposited Jn advance. Two Per Cent allowed on all Christmas deposits if payments are made when due. 2oC Club Deposit 25c each week--in 50 weeks you have $12.50 50C Cltlb Deposit GOc each week in 50 weeks you have 25.C0 $1 Club Deposit $1 each week in 50 weeks you have 50.00 $2 Clllb Deposit $2 each week in 50 weeks you have 100.00 $5 Club Jponit' $5 each week in 50 weeks you have 250.00 Plus; Your Interest COME IN AND JOIN WHILE YOU HAVE AN OPPORTU NITY. WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU Barre Trust Company MERL B. CLARK, Treasurer. FOR FAILURE TO SUPPLY FOOD While Ship Lay in Liquor j Camping Ground As Dry Agents Watch New York, Dee, 14. A part of a liquor cargo valued at $1,700,000 at at bootleg prices, was dumped into the ocean off Freeport, Long Island, accord ing in a report received by Frank J. Hale and James R. Kerrigan, iuef intelligence oflicers fdr the proliibition enforcement department The whis key, brought here from the Bahamas, was thrown overboard TueHday when members of the rum runner's crew were anmred at failure of the carcn' owner in New York either to get wa ter and food supplies to the ship or to unload tlie liquor. The vessel lay in Uie liquor camp ing grounds for several days, according to the federal agents, while small boat, operated by owners of the car go, made futile elfortg to run the gov ernment blockade and obtain the liquor. After dumping the liquor, tie ship started on the return trip to the Iia bamas, it was stated, RUM ROADSTER SEIZED. i steaS' Holidays GOVERNMENT WHIP ELECTED. Lieut. Col. Leslie Orme Wilson Comes Back to Parliament. Portsmouth, Eng., Dee. 14, Lieu tenent Colonel Leslie Orme Wilson, chief government whip, who was de feated in the general parliamentary election as member of the House of Commons for Reading, has been elected for Portsmouth South. Colonel Wil son received 14,301 votes as against 7,37 for the independent liberal can didate, Mr. Thomas. With the defeat of Colonel Wilson in the general election, the sitting member for Portsmouth South resigned j so- that Colonel Wilaos could make contest for his seat. doubts a to whether men in the mass employed in industry would actual ly do anything of the ort. A great deal of exact information along this line is being piled up. At Port Sunlight, in England, certain es penments, carried out over many years, have convinced Lord Lever- hulme, one of the most successful business men in the world, and one who hates and loathes the ideas of paternalij-m and benevolence, as ap .!;, i tl,. . '., "L. , -VJ .L 7..." ' iP,.vep' " worker, that the six-hour SHORTER HOURS OF BUSINESS. Tendency Is More and More Away from tie Long Day. Business men don't know the answer yet to their own question of shorter hours. They regard it as certain that an individual worker can, if he chooses m ...ne ,.r -n, a, even 10.1, lie con m no morn in six Hours man in eight. They still have a good many Gifts ..that Last What makes a better gift than Jewelry some thing that will remind the recipient for years of your thoughtfulness an enduring emblem of friendship and affection? Our stock of Jewelry is complete and we feel sure that in it you can find a suitable gift for everyone on your list. ' ' See our showing of beautiful Gruen Watches, the celebrated Vatti Pearl Necklaces and our complete line of Hawke's Cut Glass. Our assortment of Christmas Greeting Cards is larger than ever. IT'S A PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU. Bell & Houston achieve maximum prodnc tion. The United States public health service, 111 tlie course ot an exhaus tive and, as yet, by. no means finished research, has published the result of a study of two plants, generally sim ilar, in one of which an eight and in tne Mner a ten-hour day prevailed. Its figures indicate that the eight- nour plant is tlte more eilicient. jn snopKeeping mere na been a growing tendency, in the last few years, to shorten the hours of busi ness. John Wsnamaker was a pio neer, years ago, in early closing, in shutting up shop altogether on Sat urdays in the summer, in giving vaca tions, lie und to work, when he was 'making liia start, from S:30 in the morning to f) and 10 o'clock at night, but he found that he was really get ting, more done when he shortened those hours considerably, and he de cided that what wasn't good for him and his output couldn't be good for those who worked for him either.-" Walter Camp in Collier's Weekly. On Approval. A little Brookline lad thus, explained triplets to ins tinv sister. always come to poor families. (od send them a whole line of samples to cnootte from, ana iney don t have H money enough to par tlie expressman to fake two of 'em back." Boston rggjjgw I Transcript But the Driver Got, Away from the Officers. Grand Isle, Dec. 14, A rum running car, laden with some 15 cases of Scotch whiskey was taken yesterday morning about 7:15 o'clock near Grand Isle bridge by" Deputy Sheriff V. L. Hurl hurt, but the driver of the car made off and escaped. Early in the morning the customs unices at Alburg saw tlie mm runner but were unable to scop him, and official? called up Deputy Sheriff uurlourt by telephone, tnstructin, him to apprvhend thtr car. . Another car was leadiug the boosse car and near (Jrand Ile bridge, Deputy Mienii tieriourt and an asMstaii baited it, but the driver escaped. The .roatisier was taken in t.ianre and was found to lie loaded with choice Scotch whiskey, comprising some 15 cases. Officials at -tins customs house at Al burg were eoon on their wav to cet the car and its contents and place them in tne custom b house. The car bore Xew York license plate. are shown in our window. Our prices put these gifts within the reach of all. Our shelves are loaded with useful articles which make the most acceptable gifts. Tlie W. 0. PlielpS Co., he., Barre, Vt. 'Phones 28 and 29. . HALF OF U. S. CORN WENT TO CANADA HELP FOR DIARETICS. Toward the Close of Christmas Day rami 1 1 Fill 1 I When the fire is burning low and the animation of a joyous Christmas is subsiding, refresh in the hearts of-your family and guests the music they love, and "the Brunswick, of course, is the instru ment you want. The Brunswick Costs No More Than an Ordinary Phonograph , Buy your Christmas Brunswick early. A line of Brunswicks for Christmas is now on display. You are invited to come now and inspect these beauti ful models, both cabinet and period designs. Now is the time to choose and you are assured of getting just the instrument you want. - GIVE BRUNSWICK RECORDS THIS CHRISTMAS The problem of your Christmas list is solved if you give Records. There is a varied selection to meet every taste. Exclusive Features Brunswick .plays all records. This is accomplished by the ultona a part of the Brunswick not an attachment Another feature is the oval amplifier. Fresh Vegetable Possible Every Day of the Year. With a view to suggesting to tlioe on a restricted diet, particularly to the diabetics, ways in which variety might be introduced into the menu, tie United States department of agricul ture has icnrched the world for promis ing vegetables low in earbohvdrate. The dittieulties of the diabetic diet centre mainly around the supply of vegetables and the provision of variety at all seasons. A creat numlier of voire- tables have been grown in the course of these inretitigations. Last year ninety- one species were planted, so that aome vegetable was; available every day of ne year. These varieties included ancrine, at paragux, basella, bush and pole beans. aUhago, carrot, cauliflower, celeriae. celery, iJmrd, chervil, cbayote, collards, corn salad, ere. cucuniler. (nmllinn "Triplets I eggplant, endive, escarolle, fiuochio, en kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, muni; bean, mustard, New Zealand spinach, okr onion, leek and shallot, oracli, pat tsai, parsley, patience, pepper, puriane radih, roijiietf. saNify, scorjsnera sorrel, aiy len, spinach, squash, vey table marrow, tomato, turnip, and wit loof. All these vegetables sre vain able in the diet of the normal person a well a.s the invalid, b-iaue of tlie vita mines, mineral, and bulk they furniidt Many excellent combinations can t made among them. They vary in their composition and suitability for invalid diets, and the department recommends '.iat the advice of a physician be fol lowed in their use. ' The department suggests that every diabetic or other invalid dependent on vegetables who can do o should develop a garden, both for the sake of variety in the diet and because of the new interest and nobby it furnuhe Even city patients mar find it possible to have small gardens uu near bq vac ant lota. Most of the uncommon vere- tables in the forrging list can be easily state agricultural college or from the United States department of agricul ture. V. S. Department of Agriculture Bulletin. WANT 13 CENT STAMP. American Histary Class of Shcpard College Petition for It. Washington, Dee. 14. Postmaster General Work ha. received from mem bers of the American Alstory class of the Shepahrad Colkg State Normal School, Shepardctown, West Virginia, a petition that the postoffice department again issue stamps of the thirteen cent denomination, which was recently abandoned. The petition declares that the entire Exports for First Three Montks of the Year Were Larger Than in Same Months Last Year. Washington, D. C, Dec. " 14. Nearly half the exports of corn from the United States in 10J1 or 5S,5S2,S06 bushels went to Canada, according to the U. S. department of agriculture. Much of this corn, however, eventu ally went to Europe, for Canadian statistics showed that only 12,000,000 bushels were imported from this coun try for home consumption. exports or-eorn mrmg eaca or tne Th rsnubii. oriifiimiiT eniitd ..f .i i ' ., r. r . . " u i i miri iukiii.ii vi in.u nc oigci i tkiirteen colonies. than during any month of 1921, 1 jJie first ofKcial flag had thirteen Ihe second Urgest foreign market stars and thirteen strines. for American corn was 1 he -Nether- The American Eagle requires thir lands, where I7,843,4rt4 bushel were teen letters to spell it. ts does also the imported. The neat largest markets, j motto, "E Pluribus Unura." in point of receipt were the United The first word to pas over the trans. Kingdom, tiermany and Meaico. iAtlsntic cable was transmitted on the Corn exports for the first eight 1 thirteenth of the month. months of this year exceeded the ex- j The silver quarter is written al over ports for the entire year of 1121 by j with thirteen. Around the head of 2,4H8,743 buhelx, according to the da-; Liberty are thirteen stars; the eagle psrtmeut. Total corn exports for lircl bears an olive branch with thirteen Every Man Hi Own Doctor. The problems of agrimlture will . W ftnd it8 gurroUndinfri,J thinj ,.hIch to be settled by eaxh farmer Individual-; qire jittl money. Many farmers co of commercial production, and more in the direction of improving his home. ro. quire little money. Many larmers couio ly. They cannot be taken up and paint their own buildings instead of settled in mass. Henry C. Taylor, hiring this work done, as formerly. If chief of the bureau of . agricultural, new shingles are needed? the farmer economics, made that clear in the ad j may well turn carpenter instead u dress he maue recently at the Ulno ex tension conference. "What is the proper thing for one farmer to do may not, be the proper thing jor another," said Jaylor to the county sgents assembled at the confer-j ence. "The tiing'w can do. however, f paying the present high wages. He suggests that even if the farmer only produced ninety per cent of the present marketable surplus, he would have that much more time to devote needed work about the home. ".Kist what changes t.'iould be made were z,4S,J butftei, according U the department. . Total corn exports for 1821 were 128,974,505 bushels. For the first eijrht months of 1922 exports were 13l,4iJ,:4 bushels, exclusive of 4o2,7 0t$ barrels of corn meal and corn flour, the equivalent of 1,811, CM bush el of corn." GIBBONS VS. MISKE. Will Meettt St. Paul for th Fifth Time Friday Night. St. Paul, Minn..- Pee. 14. Tommy Gibbons and Hi 11 r Miske, St. Paul's eading heavyweight boxera, will meet' leaves in one claw and thirteen thun derbolts in the other. On his breast is a shield bearing thirteen bsrs and in his beak is a ribbon bearing tJie motto with thirteen letters; each wing has thirteen feathers and It takes thirteen letters to spell quarter dolllar. There are thirteen letters in John Paul Jones' name. There were thirteen ships in the' first American navy. Perry's victory on Lake Erie aa won on the thirteenth of the month. I The stars and stripes were raised over Fort Sumter on the thirteenth of the month. Oen. Pershing arrived in Frsnee on ia to ask each fanner to think suit his! in any given community," he continued, -II - . . . 1 , - 1 S J. 1 II 1 history of Uie United States is bound I "".Fo.cm in -rms vi uie i. .ngeu can oe woraen hi "-y "7 ' up in the figure 13 and gives the follow-m'ojw ; . . thf labor of the farm-1 ecmnty aiients ana tne tarmers. wenerai ing historical reasons why the thirteen cr can he twneA If88 )n the d"'-t'n advice will not serve- -UrmLif... -cent stamp shoul4 be issued. I -----r.-- .. , - : 1 A ...... n.Hd .t : . i . . I. - i of th thirtintli of tha month. I Tinker s Singing Orchestra OF WORCESTER, MASS. 10 MUSICIANS 10 America's prreatest dance attractioa- Montpelier City Hall WEDNESDAY EVE., DEC. 20. This wonderful orchestra plays for the Elks' annual ball at Bur lington on Tuesday, Dee. 19, and will break their jump back to Worces ter by playing in Montpelier on above date. Send me Catalogues and further information on the ,n,:-im;:i; Name . . Address r Convenient terms can be arranged. H. J. LaRoe, Mgr., 1 14 N. Main St., Barre, Vt. fS2 "tl i ciiitii sTi-j"s-ist Beyond R!s Abilities, A new prison rhs plain had just been appointed. He had bir ideam as to the imimrtaiice of Ids office. Ihirinir hi first round of inyjwtion be enterr-d, one of the cells and ssid to Uie prisoner who occupied it: "Well, my man, do vou know who 1 amT "No, and I don't care," came the non (halant reply. "Well, I'm your new chatduin." I "O ywt aref said the maa. '1 have hesrd of vou before.' I "Whst did you hear!" inquired the jrhaplain, forgetting his dignity in hi j curiosity. "Well. I heard that the ! churches you were in vu them lioth empty, but I don't think ! vou'll find it sorb an essv matter t , do the same t.'iing here." Judge. I i Has an Advantage Over Beys. j Asked by hi teacher why a cow i needed two stomach, a youngster .replied: 'lt ia o that when ihf hn : an ache in one '.'le can ut the other i one." lkTsfon Transcript. lant twr pri be) for the fif t time wlicn they enter the!Ju"f IS, 1017. ring here Friday in a ten round bout, which is expected definitely to elimin ate one from the championship running Ilialry between the two men dates fr.i,t, tliair rlv rpiri in lull inir Tn ' . In i. - I .1 .. : - 1SU1. the pair met at Hudson, Wis.,! "--'" .x;'i un-m i..r The thirteenth amendment to the constitution freed the slaves. It would not cost any more to niske thirteen cents tamp any other one. The petition to Postmanter fieneral where Mifke was badly outpointed by fJibbons. Again in 1U1., (Jlbliona proved his advantage ovci Miske in a St. Paul ring, winning both Ixiuts on news paper decisions. Four years later t.'iey met in Min. neapolis," wher they lved adrswnd this year Miske ws' awarded a decision in Xew York on a foul. Both men have proved t.Vir right to lie considered among the leaders tn their class, Gibbons' record shows a !onr strinif of knorkouts. which ter minnted when he . met llsrry Greb In Xew York and was outpointed. Critics attributed his downfall to hi" condi tion, which s (isnl to have leen too flue, and his desire to land a knockout punch. Mitke, ill lor mimtiis, came back eighteen months ago, and has shown to better advantage than belore. His punches have power In them which was lucking previously and Ms boxing has been much better. His ability to take punishment lias been demonstrated many times, and the only advantage Gibbons is given overJiis fellow towns man is in boxing ability. s Before fiibbons began trying for knockout, be was recojretsed as the lesdint: boer in his dirieion. However, he lacked a punch, and In developing it scorns to have lot much of hi ashy st lye, moetlv lncaae He is "set" to be liver a hard blow at all times. tlie stamp, all thirteen colonies. commemorating the One-Sided. Baldy So the pleasure of the next dance is mine. Miss Youngthing Yes, all of it, Boston Transcript. Unpleasant Company. A recent faviet ban written on "Social ( aste in Word." speaking f.f that, there are two adjectiT- we . as fel orry for, vi. Miibcririg" ni eerepirtii. Nolndy ever ur them except in arxitian ib "ldiut" sn.i "." l! it a Traasiipt. Another Vicioos Circle. "One by cne our cbiUlre leave aid the mother, sadly, as the fourth daughter stwtetV on ber wedding hmrnev. 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