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Pleasant Weather Coaxes Out the
Crowds How the Day Was Spent.
After a Ion? spell of cold and rainy
weather, Friday furnished a pleasant
spring day, and many were about the
streets. The moving picture houses
received most of the patronage. The
stores which kept open did a fair busi
ness, the first time in years stores kept
open on Good Friday.
Both the matinee and evening per
formance at the- Loomer opera house
were well patronized, the Kdward
Doyle company proving a. drawing
Automobiles were out In force, and
those whose oars were not in commis
sion will want to take advantage of
the first opportunity to overhaul them,
now that pleasant weather seems to
be on haa.
Leaves Hartford Hospital.
Miss Ruth Taylor, daughter of Ir.
and ilrs. George F. Taylor, of this city,
who recently underwent an operation
for appendicitis at a Hartford hospi
tal, has sufficiently recovered so that
ehe has returned to her home here.
Postoffice Half Holiday.
No business was done at the post
office Friday afternoon, nor at the
town building. The carriers made the
rrgulnr morning delivery from the
postoffice. but the rural routes received
no mail during the day.
Only One "BROflO QI1XIE."
To get the genuine, call for full
Uiok for .signature of K. . UKO .!..
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Brooklyn Savings Bank
Now located and doing business in its new quarters in
East Brooklyn (West Side, Danielson)
Assets . ...,r. . $1,751,338
Deposits . 1,653,636
Profits 97,700
President, J. ARTHTR ATW06D, Treasurer, C. A. POTTER.
Danielson and PutnarrQ
Mrs. George Kemp.
Cora E, wife of George Kemp, of
Ash street, died late Thursday evening
at the private hospital, following an
operation for abdominal trouble. The
deceased was a native of Coventry and
was born July 30, 1861, the daughter of
John SI. and Phoebe Kenyon Kouert
son. There survive, her husband, her
mother and a sister, Mrs. Lillian Brew
ster. Funeral will be private.
At Meriden K. T. Banquet.
Attorney and Sirs. George E. Hin
man were in Meriden Friday, where
Sir. Hinman attended a banquet of the
Knights Templar.
Car Was Stalled.
"While driving his car to Brooklyn
Thursday, David Ahern of the Ahem
Construction company was stalled by
the mud on Hampton Hill, and the
services of a team of horses were re
quired to null the car out. This bears
out the statements of Hampton people
who have been in this city recently
fh.it the iroinir-is bad for autos yet
! through that town, as the roads are in
bad shape and the frost not yet out.
Fishing Not Too Good.
Fishermen report that the brooks
vet this spring.
' Some good strings have been brought
! in, but the sportsmen say that the
amount or lrost m me wouua u o
markable for this time of year.
Brief Mention.
Miss Julie Lincoln has returned to
New Haven.
Miss Helen L. White is in New York
to spend Easter.
Morris Wallen of Hartford is at
home for a few days' visit.
Miss Clarissa Davis is at her home
in Stafford to spend Easter.
Herman T. Bacon has returned from
a week's stay in Middletown.
Timothy Leary of Hartford is at his
home here for the week end.
Edward Pickett of Hartford is spend
ing the week end in this city.
Miss Helen Burke of Sterling is the
guest of relatives here for Easter.
Thomas Martin of Hartford Is the
guest of his mother, Sirs. E. Martin.
Prof. D. F. Clifford is spending the
Easter holidays at his home in this
Miss Helen Kelley of Hartford is
spending Easter with her parents In
this city.
Earl Richards of Holyoke is the
guest of his aunt, Sirs. C. E. Lovett,
over Easter.
Eugene Martin of Hartford la visit
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always bears
Signature of
lng his mother, Mrs. Esther Martin,
of Jackson street.
Miss Katherine - Hurley of South
Manchester is the guest of her aunt,
Mrs. D. P. Dunn.
Mrs. Theodore Downing of Hartford
is spending the week end with her
parents In this city.
- Miss Caroline Colgrove is visiting at
the home of her brother, A. N. Col
grove, of Waterbury.
Ralph Andrea of Hartford is in this
city to spend Easter with Mrs. Andrea
and little daughter Claire.
Mr. and Mrs. Burt SImonds of Mid
dletown are spending Easter at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. C. E. SImonds.
Attorney and Mrs. J. A. Walsh of
Stamford are visiting Mrs. Walsh's
mother, Mrs. M. Cosgrove, In this city.
Miss Judith Peterson of Hartford
called on local friends Friday on her
way to visit relatives in Norwich over
Dr. and Mrs. G. P. Cheney and son,
George P., Jr., are in this city to spend
the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Cheney, of Valley street.
Mrs. John Hartwell of Philadelphia,
who baa been visiting Mrs. W. H.
Smith of this city, left here Friday to
spend Easter with her sister, Mrs. Wil
liam James, of Waterbury.
In Hartford Friday were Mrs. Elmer
Norton, Miss Doris E. Hall, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Branch and daughter Jean,
Michael Kelley, Clarence Mathieu, Miss
Edith Morlarty, Morton Frost, W. J.
Kourke, Mr. and Mrs. Wells Wilcox,
Mrs. L. H. Maine, James P. Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. John McKeon, Miss Mary
Lynch, Miss May Gallagher and Miss
Margaret Shea.
C. A. Gates went to New London
Mrs. Thomas Carrow spent Friday
In Providence.
Mrs. Elizabeth Bisman Is in Stafford
for a brief visit.
Miss Annie Lynch is in Worcester
for a short visit.
Joseph Carroll of New Haven spent
Friday In this city.
Miss Bernice Pitney is spending- the
week end in Boston.
Miss Cora Grant is In New York to
remain until Monday.
Mrs. Mary Logan is the guest of
relatives in Hampton.
Mrs. Nellie Lynch has gone to Prov
idence to spend Sunday.
Mrs. Joseph Hayes is in South "Wil
lington to spend Easter.
Homer Neil is at his home in South
Wlllington for a few days.
Miss Jennie Higglns left Friday for
a few days' visit in Taunton.
Mrs. Kate Clark left Friday for a
few days' visit in Springfield.
Miss Elizabeth Gilman is In Wor
cester to spend Easter Sunday.
Miss Mae Clifford went to Provi
dence Friday to remain over Sunday.
Miss Esther Bishop is spending a
few days with her parents in Andover.
Mrs. Jeremiah McCarthy and chil
dren are at Clark's Corners for a few
W. P. Barstow is In Boston for a few
days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Casius
A. N. Colgrove of Waterbury is en
tertaining his parents. Dr. and Mrs.
C. H. Colgrove.
Miss Catherine McNamara is visit
ing her brother, Timothy McNamara,
of Palmer. Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webster of
Taftville are guests of Letter Carrier
and Mrs. George Alien.
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Webster and
daughter, Miss Faith Webster, are in
Franklin for a few days.
James Courtney of Boston is at the
borne of his daughter, Mrs. James
Hurley, for the Easter holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ahearn and Mas
ters Dow and Francis Ahearn are in
New London to spend Easter.
Miss Marlon Lincoln Is at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Lincoln, of New Haven, for Easter.
Mrs. John Fitzgerald is entertaining
her sisters, the Misses Margaret Corri-
I gan of Suffieia and Lillian Corrigan of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grant and chil
dren of Hartford are Easter guests of
Mrs. Grant's father. John C. Lincoln,
of Maple avenue.
Miss May Shepard, who teaches in
Bridgeport, 1s enjoying ten days' vaca
tion at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Shepard, of this city.
Q. and S. Waiting Room and Freight
house to Be Moved New Books at
Public Library.
The waiting room and freighthouse
of the Groton and Stonington trolley
line will soon be moved nearer the cor
ner of Elm and Cutler streets. A spur
track will then be laid to 'be used for
unloading freight.
New Books at Library.
New books at Stonington library:
The Poison Beit, Conan Doyle; Ro
mance of Scientific Discovery, C. .G.
Gilbert: The House of Happiness, Kate
L. Bosher; Romance of Moaern Mech
anism, A. Williams; The Way Home
and the Street Called Straignt, Basil
King; Making Over Martha, Julie M.
Lippman; Our Mr. Wrenn, Lewis Sin
clair; Miss Billy Married, Eleanor
Porter; Westwaj's, S. Weir Mitchell,
Witness for the Defense, A. E. Mason;
When Ghost Meets Ghost, W. DeMor
gan; It Happened In Egypt, C. N. and
A. M. Williamson; The Nile Quest, Sir
Harry Johnston; Charles Lamb, S. L.
Bensusau; William Morris, Francis
Warwick; Rusgin, James D. Seymour.
Mrs. F. B. Noyes, who has been
spending the winter in Chicago, is ex
pected to return to her home here next
Parcel post merchandise going out
of the British Isles djrlas? the first
half of 1913 aggregated $19,000,009.
This traffic is steadily increasing.
The Fishing
Will Soon Be Here
Get out your tackle and
polish up a bit.
We can supply you with
everything but the fish.
is a winner.
M(a Caroline Danielson Break Hip
Fact Day Service Announcement of
Pellett-Barrett Engagement Easter
Musioal Programme.
John Horton of St John's prepara
tory school at Dan vers, Mass., la
spending the Easter season with hi
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Hor
ton. "'
Mrs. Mabel Johnson of Providence
is spending a few days with relative
in Danielson. '
Miss Georgia Burroughs, teacher at
Long Branch, N. J., is with her par
ents. Dr. and Mrs. George M Bur
roughs for Easter. Miss Vivian Bur
roughs has returned to her studies at
Wellesley college.
Hip Broken by Fall.
Miss Caroline Danielson is at the
Day Kimball hospital, a patient with
a broken hip, the injury due to a fail
at her home.
Miss Marion Horton of Brown uni
versity is spending the Easter holi
days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. D. Horton.
Good Friday Service.
Rev. James H. George, Jr., conduct
ed the three hours' service from noon
to 3 p. m, at St. Alban's church, Fri
day. To Secure Commencement Speaker.
Rev. Clarence H. Barber, Rev. James
H. George, Jr., and Edward ASullivan
have appointed a committee of the
town school committee to arrange for
a speaker for the commencement exer
cises. Miss Roberta Horton Is spending the
week end at her home In Fawtucket.
Exhibit of School Work.
Supervisor Albert S. Ames is ar
ranging for an exhibit of work by
pupils in the schools of Killlngly for
May 1. This work will include many
sets of Interesting papers.
Walter I. Chase, Louis Roberts,
George Connor and A. Duval will make
up a party that Is to spend Easter
in New York.
Mrs. C. H. Burroughs ha returned
from a visit with relatives in Lynn
and Central Falls.
Union Fast Day 'Service.
Rev. J. R. Stubbert of the Putnam
Baptist church, conducted the union
service in the Congregational church
here Friday evening.
W. H. Arnold has made a good
start this week in collecting taxes due
to the town of Killlngly on the list
last completed.
There were capacity congregations
at all of the services at St. James'
church Good Friday.
Members of Brooklyn grange are to
furnish the program at the Neighbors'
night meeting of Killingly grange to
be held here Monday evening.
Holiday for Operatives.
Friday was given as a full holiday
to mill operatives in Danielson, many
of whom improved the opportunity to
get away for week end visits with rel
atives and friends In many surround
ing towns.
The county commissioners have been
at the jail in Brooklyn this week for
their reguular monthly visit.
The annual borough meeting and
election comes Monday. There is con
siderable interest in the business meet
ing, but the election will probably go
through with only a email vote, as
there is no opposition to any of the
candidates, all of whom seem certain
of election.
Pellett-Barnett Engagement
The engagement of Miss Myrtloe
Alma Pellett, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles H. Pellett, to Herbert
James Barnett of Worcester, son bf
Mr. and Mrs. James Barnett, former
ly of Danielson, was announced Fri
day evening at a party given at the
Pellett home on Main street for the
young ladies who are members of Mrs.
J. W. Gallup's Sunday school class
of the Baptist church. At each place
set for the dainty lunch that was
served the guests found tiny envelopes
containing the name cards that con
veyed to them the interesting tidings.
Hose Company Officer.
Following are the newly elected offi
cers of Mlnnetexlt Hose company. No.
1: Foreman, C. A. Hamilton; assist
ant foreman, John S. Jaegar; secre
tary and treasurer, W. Fenner Wood
ward; steward, Frank Perreault: first
Ptpemen, Gordon E. Withey, W. V.
Gartland; second pipemen, Charles
Rapp, Clarence Hutchins; first hyd
rantman, W. F. Woodward; second
hydrantman, Edward Maher; sick
committee, John S. Jaegar, Gurdon E.
Withey, Charles ' Rapp; entertainment
committee, Gurdon E. Withey, Amadee
Bernier. J. Howard Burdick.
John S. Jaeger, Gurdon E. Withey
and Amadee Bernier, as a committee
appointed for the purpose, have pre
pared memorial resolutions relative
to the death of Judge Oliver E. Getty,
who was an honorary member' of the
company, and the resolutions, includ
ing a finely worded tribute to the de
ceased, have been adopted.
Special Hymns Anthem and Choruses
for the Resurrection Festival.
The following is the programme for
the Easter Sunday services at the Con
gregational church: Morning service,
11 o'clock: Prelude, Doxology, Invoca
tion; anthem. Break Forth in Joy,
solos by Miss Sheldon, Miss Chollar,
Mr. Bailey, Mr. Stetson; responsive
reading; Gloria Patri; song, I Am the
Resurrection, Miss Sheldon; Scripture
lesson and prayer; offertory. Hail,
Glorious Morn, solo by Mrs. Buck
ingham; hymn; sermon; anthem, Eas
ter Day, solo by Mrs. Buckingham;
benediction; postlude.
The Sunday school concert is to be
5 p. m. and at this service Rev. E.
A. Legg of the Methodist church will
speak. The Sunday school session will
be at 12.30 p. m.
At the Methodist church on Sun
day the Easter morning service is
arranged as follows: Voluntary; hymn,
Lift Your Glad Voices; Apostles'
Creed; prayer; anthem chorus. Awake
Thou That Sleepest; responsive read
ing; Scripture lesson; offertory duet.
The Savior Liveth, Miss Emma Bur
bank. Mrs. C. -H. Otis; hymn, Christ
the Lord Is Risen Today; sermon to
the Junior congregation; sermon; ten
or solo and quartette. Thou Didst
Leave the Throne; benediction.
Evening service, 6 o'clock: Organ
voluntary; Scripture reading; praver;
hymn, I Know That My Redeemer
Lives; offertory. Love Triuumphant. a
story of the first Eastertide, by Flor
ence Morse Kingsley, with musical
illustrations by the choir.
Attending Funeral.
Ira D. Martin left Friday for
Bridgton, Me., to attend the funeral
of a relative, the last of the line on
his paternal side in that part of New
England, where the family has been
well known for many, many years.
Mies Nellie Fournier.
Miss Nellie Fournier, 28, died at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Fournier on the West Side about
8 o'clock Friday evening. She had
been ill for several years. She was
born In Danielson and had always liv
ed here. She is survived by her fath
er and mother and by two sisters,
Mrs. Everett Maurice of Norwich, and
Mrs. John Guinois of Danielson.
Her death comes Just eight days aft
er that of her slater Louise, who died
on April End.
A Personal Insult.
Horrors! Could it be that they sent
the llama to Mr. Bryan just because
it had the foot and tnmith disease?
This would be C " eUi. Chicapo
Georpe Patenaude and Jam Nloolrttl
Two Prisoner, Attempt Eoape
Ovid Boulay, Swimmer, Given Half
Year in Jail Ninetieth Birthday of
Mr. Bradley.
Mm W ar TWv.. v--
- j v. nn m . wwauw
from a visit In Boston.
uorg m. Fine was with relative
in Worceste- Friday.
Miss Marion A nHam 1- -.-.ai
. ... VllUUlfe Ill,
Easter season in New York and Phli-
Charles Sednr xvam in Ti.-, .
relatives Fridnv
John A. O. Warner of Worcester
ocnoui or lecnnology Is spending th
Easter vacation at his home here.
, Advent Services.
Union Fast day services were held
In the Advent church Friday morning.
A numbar rf Tt , , n n . . i
.h..i.ui 11 iciiua u w
at Danielson this morning to attend
the funeral services for John Burns.
Swimmer Get Six Months in Jaii.
In the city court Friday morning
Ovid Boillfi.V Vhn t-nrn,.-. m -K-
river Thursday to avoid arrest was
sentenced by Judge J. Harry Mann tj
dciv on monms in jail, not lor
swimming the river, but for breach of
the DfATfL Knitlav woo .!,-. -! 1
by Constable Hermon G. Carver.
Mr. Caroline Bradley 90.
Mrs. Caroline Bradley on Friday ob
served her ninetith birthday anni
versary at her home at 84 South Main
street and received manv measures
of congratulation and visits from her
friends. Mrs. Bradley is mother of
R. H. Bradley Geonre S. Bradlev Mn.
Carrie Gascoigno, all of this city, and
ieuuia iJradley of South brldgo.
Large Congregation at St. Mary's,
There were very large congregations
at all the Good Friday services at St.
Mary' church, especially at the mass
of the pre-sonctifled in the morning
ana the ceremony of the veneration of
the cross In the afternoon. Sunday
will mark tae close of four weekc of
missions at tae church and it la er
pected that will be several hundred at
Cavalry to Be at Pomfret.
There was a great deal of local In
terest aroused in Pomfret, Putnam and
other towns In this vicinity by the an
nouncement that cavalry of several
states is to be at Pomfret this sum
zner for a tour of duty. Mounted
troops will be a decided novelty in thia
section and it Is probable that Put
nam people will have fine opportuni
ties to observe them as some of th
commands maybe oil of them, will be
detrained here.
Inspecting State Roads.
A fleet or touring cars brough mem
hers of the finance committee of the
Rhode Island legislature to Putnam
Good Friday on a swing around a
circle of state roads which they haA
been inspecting. The party came out
from Providence over what is known
as the Putnam road and returned to
Providence over one of the routes out
from Killlngly. The trip of Inspec
tion was relative to some approprla
tion bills for state highway work that
are pending at this time in the legisla
ture of the neighboring state.
Hallelujah Englishman Coming.
Brother Baker, known as the Hal
lelujah Englishman, is coming to
Putnam from Hartford today (Sat
nrday) to speak at services to be held
tonight and Sunday under the auspices
of the Salvation army, whose bar
racks are now open in the nek quart
era on Main street. Brother Baker Is
to make two outdoor addresses during
his visit here, one each evening.
George P&tenauda and James Nicolet
ti Break Away From Officers But
Art Recaptured,
George Patenaude and James Nlco
lettl, two prisoners sentenced by
Judge Shumway during the March
term of court to serve terms in the
state reformatory at Cheshire, made
a sensational and nearly successful
attempt to escape Friday morning In
this city while they were being put on
to the morning exprees for Hartford.
The men have been held at Brooklyn
Jail since they were sentenced last
month, the sentence to the reforma
tory being for an indefinite period.
They were in charge of Sheriff John
O. Fox and Deputy Sheriff George F.
Holbrook when they made their des
perate break for liberty. The men had
been brought up from Brooklyn Jail
in an automobile.
When the prisoners and the escort
ing sheriff and his deputy were en
tering a car of the express while it
was standing at the local station.
Sheriff Fox at the head of the line, the
prisoners following and Deputy Hol
brook bringing up the rear, Patenaude
and Nlcoletti turned and made a
break out through the vestibule,
shaking off their handcuffs, which they
had managed to unlock with a piece of
steel while they were in the auto
mobile on their way up from the Jail.
Once out of the car Nlcoletti turn
ed south and, running at top speed,
made a strenuous effort to outdis
tance the sheriff and a score of on
lookers that immediately took up the
chase. Nlcoletti picked out familiar
ground for Sheriff Fox to chase him
over, the part of the city where the
sheriffs place of business is located,
and the fleeing fellow was soon over
taken and again placed in custory.
Patenaude made his break for liberty
In the opposite direction from which
Nlcoletti ran, Deputy ShlrtTf Holbrook
and all of those who were active and
had not gone with Sheriff Fox's party
going along on his trail. Patenade ran
In behind the A. and P. store on Elm
street ducked Into the cellar and se
creted himself behind somo boxes, but
he was pulled out and taken back to
the station.
The break of the prlsoneia and the
chase stirred up a flare of excitement
In less time than it takes to set it
down. There was plenty of uncall
ed for, but thoroughly appreciative as
sistance from those about the station
in helping rund up tho runaways, who
were at liberty only a very few min
utes. While the chase was on. however.
the train that was to take the officers
and prisoners had gone on Its way,
so NIcolletl and Patenaude were kept
In the agent's room at the station un
til the 10.30 train came along, the
wait bellng less than an hour.
Patenaude explained how easy it
had been for him to pick the lock of
the handcuffs that the prisoners had
shaken off and how he had accom
plished it with a little piece of steel,
which he afterwards picked up near
the station at the place where he had
thrown it away and showed V to
those who heard him tell his story.
According to what Patenaude told
some people he had unlocked the cuffs
soon after the machine which brought
them here had left the JaiL but the
prisoners had decided after gauging
the speed of the machine not to Jump
out as they had at first planned, on
account of fear of serious injury. They
finally decided to wait until they got
to Putnam and then try their luck
which was not in real first class work
ing order Good Friday, as subsequent
developments demonstrated.
Nlcoletti is one of the pair of Black
Hand men who sent a lotter to An
tonio Vito, the Thompson contractor,
demanding that he leave S 1,000 at a
designated place in the nearby town
under the pain of denth If !i failed
to carry out the order. Angelo Di
Angelts, Nieolettl's partner in the af
fair, was given a joil sentence when
the two pleaded guilly to the offer.so
mentioned last month, but Nlcoletti
And Everyone
To be radiant in new apparel on Easter morning is the
Following the example of Dame Nature, she throws off her cumbersome winter wraps and
blossoms forth in brilliant new raiment. For her apparel she wants the newest in modish
designs, the newest in smart materials and the newest in lovely colors. '
You will be surprised and delighted with the fascinating array of bright new mer
chandise which we have brought together for your adornment on Blaster morning.
Smart Suits, Coats, Waists, charming New Hats, beautiful Lingerie, New Ribbons,
Gloves and Silk Hosiery are here in wonderful array.
For Women, Misses and Children
TrrfY TTiii Gloves, black with
white stitching and white with black
tltching, 1.00 a pair.
i -Button lambskin Gloves. In tan.
gray and mode. 11.00 a pair.
2'Button Lambskin Gloves, good
Quality, white with black stitching and
black witn wniie luwuuii,
Dainty Undergarments to go with your Easter Suit
Women's Long White Petticoats, daintily trimmed with lace and Ham
burg, J1.00 to $5.00.
Combination CoTer and Drawers, at 11-00 to 18.60.
Combination Cover and Skirts, neatly trimmed at L00 to $3.60.
Pretty Corset Covers, finished with lace embroidery and fancy ribbons,
25c to JL39.
Crepe-de-chine Petticoats, la white, grean and, pink. J6.00,
White Messallne Petticoats, IS.88.
White All Silk Jersey Petticoats, 8v-6v.
We are showing an unusually pretty
collection of New Spring Hats for
Easter, trimmed with wings, ribbons
and new feather pompons, others
colorfilly decked out with flowers
which are as equally attractive and
every one of them reasonably priced.
For women. J2.89. $3.89. $4.89, $5.89
and $6.89.
For children, 69c, 98c, $1.39. $1.83.
$2.39 and $2.89.
is a minor and was, therefore, sen
tenced to Cheshire.
Patenaude was one of the group ai
rested for doing burglaries in the
town of Plainneld and was one of the
gang which included the two prisoners
who escaped in Danielson on the cay
that tney vere being brought from Ihe
Jail at Brooklyn to bo tut to plea in
the superior court here. These fel
lows have never been rewptured.
Patenaude boasted on Friday that he
could unlock the sty9 " of handcuffs
that had been on him a.i f i"t about as
they couid be put on, hut admitted
when shown the pair that Captain
Murray carries that his favorlto little
piece of sLeel would be of n avail
SBgainst a lock of that kind.
Good Friday Service Etr Musloal
Programme at St. Mary' Church
Holiday Guest and Traveler.
On Friday the mass, pre-sanctlfled,
was celebrated by Rev. Joseph V. E.
Berlanger, In St. Mary's church at 8
e'eiock and was followed by the ven
eration of the cross. In the afternoon
at S o'clock Stations of the Cross were
said by Rev. John Landry. After the
Stations there was th veneration of
tho cross for those who were unable
to attend the morning service.
Th musical programme Raster Sun
Wants To Look Their Best
Smart Easter Suits
Easter Suits that are fairly radiant with newness, novel
ty and beauty. But what is more noticeable about them is
the many new materials featured. The Coats are short and
have a decided cutaway. The Skirts show many novel ef
fect with drapes and tunics much in favor.- Prices $15.00
to $25.00.
New Spring Coats
With the chilly Spring days ahead you'll want one of
these modish Coats to wear with your new frock. Every
Coat here reflects the newest effects in Spring styles, smart
cutaway fronts, short lengths, raglan or kimono sleeves and
yoke effects, all combine to make these the most clever models
for Spring. Prices $7.50 to $20.00.
U-Button Length White KM Glove
$2.&9 a pair.
16 -Button Length Whit Kid Gloves,
$2.75 a pair.
Misses' and Children's Kid Gloves,
all sizes, in tan shades. J1.00 a pair.
Chamoisette Gloves, white , and
natural, washable, long or short, 60c
a pair.
New Ribbons for Spring in dark ground, offset by rich floral designs,
Roman stripea in contrasting color.
Persian Ribbons in light or dark colors, and satin and plaid, in rick
tone are priced at 25c and up to B0c a yard.
In tune with spring are many of
these new styles In silk petticoats.
One of these will emphasize the new
Easter Suit, or freshen up the old
one. Every new color is represented
in this lot, also black and navys, and
mostly all made In the smooth set
style, prices range from $1.98 to $5.90.
day In St. Mary's church will be as
follows: Morning, low mass ot 8
o'clock; children's choir, Bister M.
Olivia, organist; high mass at 10
o'clock mv mixed choir: Vidi Acjuam,
G Lloyd- Mass in G: Kyrie, Gloria,
Credo, Sanctus, Benedictus, Agnus Dei,
by Eloise Waterman; offertory. Reglna
Coeli, Alleluia; Miss in. v. uinw, or
ganist. Afternoon at 4 o'clock, ves
pers. About th Village.
John Donahoa, a student at St
John's Preparatory school In Danvers,
Mass., is spending the Easter vacation
at his home, Ferncliffe Villa. .
Theophlle Laplante and son George,
of Main street, are spending several
weeks in Marleville and Montreal, P.
Miss Rena B. Smith has been pass
fne the week with friend In Hart
lord. Jeremiah McCarthy has gone to
work on the state road at Colchester.
Frank Clocher has resigned at Zoel
John Mac ready la spending several
davs at his home In Philadelphia.
George Cooney of Palmer, Mass.,
was the guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Cooney of High street thia
William Deuvelle is at work In a
cafe in New London.
William H. Rocheleau, Jr, was
visitor in Providence Friday.
Frank Lev, is apaadtng tits V ah
ead at sis toom la Pasoeac R. X.
ambition of every woman.
Women's Silk Hosiery, McCallum
Brand, the kind that has the fine even
weave, black, pink, yellow, sky, smoka.
tan, emerald and white, $1.00 a pair.
Women's Silk Hosiery, McCallum
Brand, better quality, white, tan and
black, J 1.50 a pair.
Boot Silk Hosiery, white, pink, sky,
and green, 50c a pair.
With a
Charming Coats and Dresses, for
girls and children, that reflect the
season's favorite styles.
Children's and Young Girls' Coats,
in checks and mixtures, $3.89. $5.00
and $6.50.
Infants' White Dresses, daintily
trimmed with laces and ribbons, 25c to
Children's White Dresses, age
months to 6 years, 60c to $3.50.
Children's White Dresses, age S
years to 14 years. $2.00 to $6.60.
Schools closed Thursday for th re
mainder of the week.
The town clock has been taking a
few weeks' vacation and has not yet
returned to work.
Lawton's mill shut down Friday
noon for the remainder of the week.
The old outside stairs at the Grange
hall have been removed and new ones
put in their place, a much needed im
provement Miss Ella Barber and Master Alfred
Devolve went to Ekonk Good Friday,
to spend a part of the Easter vacation
with the former's grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. B. T. Colburn on the Grans;
William A. Devolve and his brother-in-law.
Russel French, went to Prov
idence Friday to spend Easter with
the latter's parents, where Mrs. De
volve and daughter Mildred have been
for a week.
Protect your Ideas. Handsome It-pag
Guide Beok Free.
HARRY C BACK, Attrnyat-Lw,
Windham County Saving Sank Bito.
Danlslsos C4iav .. ,,

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