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ClOrDT AND C OGLES TODAY
FAIB AND COOL TOMOBBOW
XOBW1CH. COXX, FBIbAlY OCT. i; 121)
Norwich, Friday, Oct. 1, 1020
Winds oc Cho Atlantic coast:
North of Sar.dy Hook will Be shift
Ins gales and rain.
Pandy Hoolc to Hatter; I , n('thwest
Kales; rain followed by o. earing weath
The southern storm moved rapidly
northeastward, increased greatly in in
tensity. Thursday night, its- center was
oft the New Jirsey coast with the' lowest
barometer 29.28 inches at Atlantio City.
This storm has been attended by gales
along the entire Atlantic . coast from
New England southward and by heavy
rains In the midcili; states. There has
been a decided fall in temperature.
Storm warnings are displayed on the
Atlantic coast at and north of. Cape
For south New Enirl.irtl: Rain, fol
lowed by c'.er.'rin. much cooler Friday ;
Saturday fair nnd cool.
Obftei rations ia Norwich
The Bulletin's uipcr ations show the
followine; reccl's rrirled from changes
in temperature and tiie barometric read
ings Thursday: w
7- a. in. 66 30.10
1.2 m ,66 30.00
6 p. m ; 66 23.90
liig-hest 66. lowest 68.
Predictions for Thursday: Cloudy and
Thursday's Weather: Rain and southj
SI N, MOON
Pay. ;' r.. m. I p. m. a. m. p. m.
!7 6.4 6.Ts J! 12.12 Rises.
38 ... r 6.1 6 30 12.54 6.47
H 6.42 6.34 1.S4 7.24
Z9 i 0.41 6.32 2.00 8.05
1 ... i 6 4 831 2.43 g.51
2 ...! 6. 6.3H , 3.33 9.44
3 . ..'! 6.47 6.2S 4.24 10.43
DAN1ELSQN AUTO INSPECTOR DIES
FROM INJURIES WHEN MACHINE SKIDS
(Special to the Bulletin)
Danielson, Sept. 30 tteputy State
Automobile Inspector Ralph C. 'Young,
39, of 5S Mechanic street, died at the
Day-Kimball hosptal in Putnam this
vening from inuries received when a
i losed car in which he was riding on the
ntate highway between Wauregan and
Brooklyn skidded on the slippery state
road just betfe six o'clock and crash
ed into a fence bordering the highway.
A rail of the fence, torn loose in the
erasn, smashed through the windshield
nnd inflicted the injuries that caused his
death. A passinr motor bus picked up
Mr.'' Young and brought him to the office
if Di. F. P. Todd. The bus was later
used to convey Mr. Young to the hos
pital his death occurring a short time
'.fter his arrival there. I ,
Death was caused by internal hem
irrhages due to a punctured right lung.
Mr. Young also sustained, a fracture of
Nr. Young had been an inspector for
the state automobile department since
that bureau was established, bis terri-
'ory being Windham county and t times
lias served in New London county. . His
death" will come as a terriffic, shock to
thousands of . his friends all through
eastern Connecticut, f or, he j was one of
(he best known citizens of this part of
the' state and no man was better liked
or more deservedly so. He was gener
ous in a degree that ; few men ; attain.
He was on of the most ; prominent re
publicans In eatern Connecticut, land a
very active worker tor the party. He
was a member of all the- local masonic
bodies of Columbia Commandery, K. T.,
Norwich, Sphinx Temple of the Mystic
.Shrine, Hartford. He also was an Odd
Fellow, Knight of Pythias and a mem
ber of Putnam lodge of Klks. He leaves
his wife and two-sons, his father, two
brothers and two sisters.,
Six hours a:'!
water, which is
er h'h v.ali-r it is low
a'dowed by Hood tide.
Recently the Ch.-V. na Endeavor of The
rederatcil church h 'Id a ri.onliylu ?.m
down the Thani-a river. Aljtit Hf.y
made the trip in rpoio.- bo.its and thev
Mopped at G::le;i F.-rry wiiere a frariK
fu)fer roi.pt wrf? :"iv
iliss Anna Gorton ot IC ipvon'ii . stror-t
hu' rftir:vJ nfle- F'ort visit wi:h
rriends and rrlati"J3 -A W'ool.Tioit, Conn.
fr- is now nte-' i.f te I '.iUtis hoypital
ii.ns.-s' school in this jitv.
Mr. rml Mrs. Yi''i-.i Kirs, Jr. a.J
51' s. Thomas Wi.tsot ;n-l fnm'ly and
J'r p.nd Mrs. Rowen .Did i iin.lv . f TilOD'u
con. Conn., were , c r'iti visitors with
-1 1 r.ad Jlrs. Geoic KU i t hui'Ii
:.rs V'. O. Wonlm in I. ft t,y snt0
Vhusd?- for a eho-I v:al: irh 'tf.tiv
in i rovidenee. H. . ir Claivf.ce Cap
ron. Mrs. ChaloUe Vr-nty anl Mr "da
It Gr.-( nt acconnani': !' her. just for !(
trit. ai.d rt-tumifl 'i'!-..i.S'':y. They y ill
Mr3. Hitel ie Iiaeon of Richmond, Vir
pir.ia. is visitins with Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
A. I'itehrr of rropppct street.
T. I. fiauthicr of Tenth street was a
recent visitor in Taftvilie.
Andre w 1 Ik fli-ur of Hickory street
P'-nt V.'obisJay even ins visiting friends
I.- onard Xevins of Fifth street has ac
cepted a rosition with the Shctucket company.
DRESS AND SUIT-BUYING SEASON
FINDS STORES WELL STOCKED
A day like Thursday sets the feminine
mind to thinking of the necessity of
something more seasonable than strictly
siimraer apparel, something, for example
that is suitable for street wear a suit
or dress of some fabric not cotton. ,
For such a need the stores . are well
supplied with frocks or suits in silk, tric
otine, tricolette and serge. In the main,
beads are used for decorating the dress
of silks or other light material, embroid
ery and often braid appearing on heavier
Elegant was a navy tricotine dress with
embroidery in henna, the sleeves edged
with orange and trimmed with henna
braid. The neck was square and there
was a cute touch in the narrow loose belt
of red and gold leather. This natty
frock had a three-quarters sleeve.- It
was priced at J49.50. -.- .
Nearby, a brown velour SHit was given
a distinctive character by the use of
tucks on the coat and its narrow tucked
collar. The sleeves were of military
plainness and the skirt of course was
Occasionally broadcloth is employed In
developing certain suits. One such ex
ample noted Thursday was of navy,
with seal collar and big seal buttons all
around its box coat, the back of which
was in smart panel effect. This coat
was military buttoned. The tag on the
handsome suit read ?69.50.
Choose a dress or suit now, while sure
of securing the very newest and choicest.
Hefore shopping, study what The Bulle
tin's advertisers have to suggest!
TEOIXEY FARE KAISE
19 TO BE DISCUSSED
. The directors of the Chamber of Com
merce will hold an important meeting at
Chamber of Commerce headquarters
this (Friday) noon for the purpose pi
passing upon the dissolution of the old
Chaber of Commerce. The matter of the
increased trolley fares will also be tak
The appointment of delegates to a meet
ing of the State Chamber at Hart
ford October . Sth will be another matter
o be takin up. One of the principal
matters to be taken up at this meeting
of the State .Chamber will be the coai
HAS BEEN PBESIDENT OE
' W. C. T. V. TOE., 16 TEARS
Mrs. Jason L. Randali .of, Groton. who
for-16 eyars has been prtsident of the
county Women's Christian Temperance
Union, resigned her office at the 'annual
county convention Thursday at - All
Souls church. New London, and Mrs.
Geo.-ge Slocum of New London was elect
ed to succeed her. Miss Mary Day of
New London was reelected secretary and
Miss Harriet G. Cross of Norwich, treas
urer. .- --
The convention had about 30 women
attending the morning" and afternoon
sessions. During . the morning session
the county preident. Mrs. Jason L. Rand-all
of GVoton, conducted the devotion
al exercises. Mrs. Walter M. Slocum
of the New London union welcomed ths
visiting delegates,, the County president
replied and . the county secretary, Miss
Mary Day, gave a report on the spr'ng
convention, which was held at Norwich.
, Mrs.. Robert Bitgood i superintendent
of the Sunday school department, spoke
on the Sunday school work and fea
tures of the Americanization work be
ing carried on - by the ; department, and
prayer was offered by Rev. J. Beverldse
Lee, D.D. A report on the medal con
test was given by Miss Cutler of Mys
tic, who also delivered -a. recitation.
The afternoon session . was opened by
Rev. Chester-H. . Howe. ;who offered
nrayer. Mrs. Mary . B. Wells,, of Hart
ford, one of the state officers, snoke oh
aspects of the fifteenth international
convntion on 1 alcoholism recently held
In Washington, and. William H. Bush
rendered a deliehtful' oi-jran solo. Emit
L. G. Hohenthal of Manchester, gave a
report of attending . the international
convention at London and also the con
vention at Washington. .
The following committees were chos
NonMnMln" Mrs. Annie C. S. Fenner.
Mrs. J. J. Fiolds of. Norwich and Mrs.
Newbury of Mvstic. .
Press Mrs. Walter M. slocum. -Courtesy
Mrs. Georse T. MneDonald.
Credertial Miss Elizabeth Butler.
Mrs. Fenner urged all women to vote
gave instructions on .the .details of be
ing made voters.
NEVILLE CASE" IS TO , y -u
v ... REACH THE JURY TODAY
Judce Gem-ffA T4inman"--will rhare
the jury the first thing this- (Friday)
morning in- the superior, court here iri
the trial of Joseph E. Neville- of Wa.-.
terford, accused of living - from the
earnings of a dissolute woman.. -
The evidence was all in Thursday
afternoon- in- time for all the argu
ments to be made before court ad
journed for the Say. In the- argu
ments, Attorney Thomas E.; Troland
spoke briefly in opening for the state
and was followed, by Attorney C. C;
Morgan, who spoke, for -over an hour
for the defendant, claiming chiefly
that the state has" failed .to produce
enough-evidence to' convict his client.
State Attorney Hadlai A.- Hull made
the concluding argument in the case,
endingr at about 4:20 when court ad
journed for the day, and Deputy Sher
iff , Oscar Main took . Neville, . Viola
Burr, who is Neville's wife, and Joe
Rutalbagaj to the Norwich jail. i ,
In the morning session of the trial
when the state put on the stand Win
der E. Reed, iailer at-th Kw
fail, he : was shown the linen -collars
with writing on them that were found
it Viola Burr's house in New London
when it was raided last Tuesday night
by the officers. Jailer Reed identi
fied the handwritine as that nf
and the letter written on two of the
collars was read in court. It was ad
dressed to "Dear Kid" and was sign
ed "J. E. N." It asked "Dear Kid" . to
go to some one in New London named
Corbin and have him swear that he
had been employing Neville bo as to
save Neville from going to prison for
io years, it promised to pay him JoO
a day for his time in court, if he would
"wear as request ea, and if "Corbin
wouia not ao tms, .tne . request was
made that "Joe" be secured to swear
that tie had employed Neville.
The state claims that the collars
were sent' somehow by Neville to his
wife while he was in jail in' New Lon
don awaiting this trial. . ., . .
The last witness called to th utand
by the state was Viola Burr, who said
her name was Cora Viola Snamonotz,
55 she has been married to Neville by
a New London justice of the peace,
and Snamonotz is Neville's real name.
She confessed to a long life of shame
but denied that while she was'' living
at the house in Oswegatchie, Water
ford,, with her husband that he had
been Jiving from her earnings;
When the state rested, Attorney
Morgan moved for the court to direct,
a verdict in favor of the defendant as
the attorney claimed the state - had
failed to make out. a case. After hear
ing arguments on the motion, Judge
Hinman overruled it' :
Ruth Enos, , who was found -in the
house at Oswekatchie with 'Viola and
Neville, was called to the stand bv Mr.
Morgan, but he changed his mind
about asking her to testify and she
Some of the hnntls emnloved bv the
J. II. Mart'-i v.'lvi t mill were forced to
r.np v or'.: t.iikI noon Thursday as the
Norwich e. -'trie company which furnish
ei ,".'rr f-.r the riant was hindered
i!rw!.".t ! the wind anil rain storm.
The lower was poor for about throe
Woric wns held up yesterday on the
bu'Mir.i of the stone wall on Norwich
avenue in from rf the mill houses on ac
cnnot of the storm.
Seven of the newly erected houses on
Norwich avenuo l"iv been plastered' and
ar refv- f-r '-'- ..- tone'. vs. Two
r waiting to be plastered nnd two cr
tb.ro.- ,,,,,, , i-i .Ht ruction.
The Incal .wo-r foothnll team is corn
In? .".Ion in great ' shape and -will be
ready to m"ft ail comers in a few weeks.
The wither for the last two Saturdays
has been too wnrm f;iC any real playing
rs the nm takes a lot of exercise but
wh'-n the eonler weather sots in the
cnn-lidiitcs will be given a stiff practice.
CAMrAIOX IIEADQC ARTEBS IX
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ROOMS
The Chamber of Commerce campaign
headquarters has been moved from the
T'.iayer building to the Chamber of
Commerce rooms at No. 142 Main street.
Campaign Director Robert A. Crosby
and his entire force have returned to
the American City Bureau headquarters
in New York city. Henry A. Wellott of
the American City Bureau will remain in
Norwich as installation manager for the,
new chamber. Mr. "yellott will be in
Norwich for about a month.
At the Fnered Ifeart church this (Fri-dr.;.-)
morning there will be the usual
Parish mass at seven o'clock. In the
evenipn there will be October devotions
at soven-th r.y.
Sunday morning at the First Congre
p.itior.al church, during the offertory,
Theodore Sterry violinist will give Hand
rs Lanjo. He will be accompanied by
orsanist Herbert L. Terintrton.
. Ilv. William If. Smith rector of St.
Andrew's Kpiscop.il church. Greeneville
will conduct the Sunday afternoon ser
vice 'at the Sheltering Arms. He will
be assisted by the choir of that church.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Bennett of
Tow street wer? recent visitors at the
home of Mr. Bennett's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Bennett ' of Haughton's
Mrs. Gerrrtre Peck and son Olmstead
Peck of Plain hill, were guests Sunday
at the home of Mrs. Peck's sister-in-law,
Mrs. Theodore D. Peck, of Westchester.
Mrs. Jonas L. Herbert and daughter
Miss Edna Catherine Hertiert of Gris
wold. were callers Wednesday afternoon
at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Charles H.
Lamb, of Town Btreet
Miss Loretta Tobin will be the guest
ove rthe week end of her schoolmate
Miss Mary Butler, at the latter's home
on I-afayette street. Both are students
at Willimantic Normal school.
Miss Anna Frink has returned to her
home on Otrobando avenue, after a most
enjoyable visit o ftwo weeks with her
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Coon, of
Union Village, Vt. Miss Frink called
on relatives, in Hanover, N. H-, before
As Thursday was rainy, the time for
bringing garments for the Near Fast
drive to the home of Mrs. S. L Bonney
of Huntington Lane has. been extended
to Friday and Saturday of this week.
Following a visit of several weeks at
the home of her father, Charles Kimball
of 342 Washington street, Mrs. William
Russell Jarrett and infannt '' daughter
Shirley, have returned to their home in
Philadelphia. During their stay in Nor
wich Town. Mr. Jararett passed a week
v.-ith his family.
TEACHERS TAKE MEMBERSHIP
IX CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
At a special meeting of the Norwich
Teachers' League- held at ' .Broadway
school. Monday afternoon i was voted
to take out 4 membershib in the Chamber
of Commerce. y -.;
Miss AmeES Young, gave report on
the State Federation meetins ' at New
Haven, Saturday, - September 25th, r.l
which delegates from twenty-stx towns
were present. She' discussed the message
of Dr. Meredith, the new commissioner, of
education. The plans of the Save Our
Schools campaign, as given by Mr. Wish,
of Hartford, and the resolution passed
by the association., to - assist the legisr
tive committee of the S. O. S. campaign.
Miss Young was elected one of the
five directors, to serve for three years.
The .Norwich League entertainment
committee announced that Mrs. Elizabeth
Pooler Rice, a member of the Inland
Powers faculty, Boston, would be heard
at Slater hall in three short plays, -one
in which Ethel Barrymore - has appeared.
ana tne otner two by Barne.
SHOWER FOR MISS ALEXANDER
, FROM YANTIC GIRLS' SOCIETY
Thursday evening, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bishop, of Tan
tic, the Girls' Friendly society of Grace
Episcopal church, gave a surprise mis
cellaneous shower for -Miss Gladys
Alexander, in honor, of her approach
ing marriage this ' month, with Paul
Greiner of the East Side, Norwich.
Miss Alexander, who is the first- mem
ber of the society to wed, received nu
merous articles of aluminum, glass and
kitchenware, also several pieces of
linen. Those present, numbering about
twenty, enjoyed music and games. A
mock marriage ceremony had the fol
lowing participants: Eleanor Freyer,
bride; Jessie Hitchon, bridegroom;
Olive i Bishop, bridesmaid; Rose Ma
tassa, best man; Charlotte Bentley,
parson. During the evening ice cream
and cake were served. A large loaf of
wedding cake containing .many prizes
was cut ty tne bride-to-be.. Miss
Alexander has resided on ... the East
Side, but at present is with the Whit
marsh, family of Yantic, Mrs.' "Whit
marsh being her aunt. " - . - --
PUTNAM FATHEK FINDS GIRL ;
LOST ON viSIT TO TURKEY
' ' ti.rifnr nimr "ftavst" One of the
saddest; yet happiest tragedies of' the
aftermath of - the past nve years ui in
ternational whirlpooling was enacted
here recently, in the. offices of ? the
Near East Relief, when that organiza
tion informed - a distracted ruuisra
father that five years' search by their
workers in the near east had found his
daughter, a bit of human wreckage
and that .'within a few. months, he will
see her again. ' - . .- . - .' ."
Manoug Moonjihan; an -. Armenian
from Putnam,- who . lives - there at 68
Walnut street, was the- father and
State Director E. H. McDonOug had
the happy role of breaking ' the good
news to him. As soon as he got word
that near east ; workers- had obtained
his daughter's freedom from Turkish
oppression and wretchedness, he hur
ried to the near , east offices in this city,,
deposited J350 for transportation mon
ey, as well, as the necessary affidavits,
and tried in broken English to express,
his almost inarticulate Joyousness.
"I have waited five years;' I can wait
two months more," he sobbed, with
tears creeping from the corners of his
hollow eyes and- coursing down his
lined, dark-skinned face, as he count
ed out a roll "of bills for E. H. Mc
Donough, state director of the Near
East Relief, who sent out the search
ers that resulted in the finding of Ma
ritza on September 18. - -. -
Just before the war began, Mrs.
Moonjihan and her three, children re-i
turned to Turkey -and Armenia for a
visit.-- At the entrance of Turkey into
the i conflict, mother and , daughters
were separated in the- many deporta
tions made by the 'Turks. When all
trace was lost and no word received
from them, the (Jistracted father
sought the aid 6f the .Near East Relief
and last February Mrs. ' Moonjihan
was found and brought back to Put
nam. . -.
Last April State Director McDoh
ough sent, out Bearchers through Near
East channels in ah attempt to find
the lost children. State headquarters
here got word that the oldest daugh
ter, who is now 16 years old, had been
found September 18 in- the town of
Husenig, near Harpoot- ' This informa
tion brought the father to the Near
East office with affidavits and with the
transportation money. Untess unfore
seen obstacles develop,- Maritza will be
in t-utnam witnm two. montns.
.The Near East . Relief is continuing
its search for, the other two children,
who, according to latest information,
may be living in Beirut.
SEXTEXCES rOB OFT EXSES '
. . : AGAINST VOLSTEAD .ACT
' In the United' States district court at
New Haven, this week '" Judg8 Thomas
sentenced three j. New Londoners ,for of
fenses against the Volstead act. Joseph
Douchette, who as "proprietor of the Ho
tel Nutmeg, was found to have liquor,
was fined $75 and assessed' the costs of
his trial; John Gentillelle, who sold li
quor to sailors at a barber shop in New
London, was ordered, to be confined for
30 days In the ;New Haven jail ; Isaac
Katz a lodging house keeper en John
street, was fined J50 for the sale of Ja
maica ginger, the use .f Which made
men intoxicated - It. was represented
WARNING! Unless you see the name "Bayer' on
tablets you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by
physicians for 20 years and proved safe by millions. -Name
"Bayer" has same meaning as 14 Karat on gold..
SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an "unbroken package", of
genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direc
tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheuma
tism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and for pain generally. Strictly American!
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents Larger pckr,-rs.
AsplriB Is the trade mark of B&yer Manufacture of Monoacetiemcldester ot SallcyUeadt
that Katz supplied a sink on the upper
floor of his lodging house where there
was running water and where th buy
ers went and diluted the ginger for
consumption on the premises. The price
charged for the ginger was a big one
but it found a ready sale among the
Central Baptist T. P. Hike.
The Toung People's Society of the
Central Baptist church will have a hike
on Saturday , afternoon, Oct. . 2. Tiiay
will take the 1.30 Westerly car, going
to Lantern Hill, where they will cook
their supper put of doors. All the young
people of the church are expected to
join in the good time on Saturday.
FOR WEAK AND NERVOUS PEOPLE
Enrich the Blood,
Nerves, Build Up
Give Vigor and
Nervs Power to
People. Send for a
Elvita Pills have
I stood the test for
50 years. Thousands
praise them for run
Id o w n conditions,
general debility, ner-
v o u s prostration,
mental depression and unstrung nerves
caused by the influenza or from over
indulgence in alcohol, tobacco or ex
cesses of any kind.
Write today for this valuable medi
cine, send Id cents to pay postage and
we will . send by mail only a sealed
package suliicieut for one week's treat
ment. Elvita Capsule, for inflammation of
th blnddnr and kidneys, prostratis, $1.
ELVITA DRUG CO, 3 Tremont Row.
The Famous Elvita Remedies sold at
all first-class druq stores. Ady.
Demonstration Ends Saturday Noon
COME IN AND BE FITTED T6DAY ..
I. Elected at Wllbraham.
Thomas Hill. Niahtic, has been elect
ed' president of the fifth-form or senior
class at" .Wilbraham -academy, Wltbra
ham, Mass. The school . has a registra
tion of St. . , - . ,
Doctor TeUs flow to
ened 60 t
in a week 9
t i ro a i n
many instances, and (jofck relief
brought to inflamed, aching, itching,
burnuijr, work-etrained. watery eves.
Read the doctor's full statement soon
to appear, in this paper. Bon-Opto ia
sold and recommended trerywhere by
WOMAN'S COMMITTEE WOES
STOPS UNDER DEPT. OF JUSTICE
Word has come from Attorney Gen
eral Palmer to Mrs. James J. Grace,
Connecticut' chairman of the woman's
committee of the department of justice
that 'because of the unfortunate fact
that congress has greatly reduced the
appropriation for the bureau of inves
tigation" the work of the woman's com
mittee must stop on Sept. 30.
Mrs. Grace has so notified the towr.
chairmen and also the public libraries
of the state that have been giving the
use of a bulletin board for the public
ity material sent out from the state of
fice at the capitoL
That the work of the woman's eom
mittees throughout the United .States
has been successful in the main object
ot its work reducing prices by urging
the public to practice thrift and econ
omy in buying is evidenced by the
general reductions in prices iow setting
in, the cause being attributed in great
measure by authorities like the New
York Times and the government loan or
ganization of the Second Federal Ro
Ben e District, and . many other author
ities, to the refusal of the public te pay
the high prices.
Sues Shetaeket Coal C.
The East Borton Coal Co.. of Kings
ton, Pa., has brought suit against the
Shetucket Coal -4 Wood Co. of this city
on a claim on the common counts for
$2,527.71. Tie debt is alleged to have
been Incurred on Sept 24, 1320. The
suit Is returnable before the superior
court on the first Tuesday in October.
Morley's Hat Store
bring you the world's best styles. In every
style centre, at home and abroad, BON
TON corsets are preferred by fashionable
women for their modishness; by care
ful women for their economy; and by
all women for their comfort and fit.
Fitting room and expert Corsetieres are
at your service, f .T .
Made with the .patented O-IC clasp which
does not pinch, break, twist, squeak and
always stays flat. , ., . .
THE SPECIALTY SHOP
140 MAIN STREET
ON SALE TODAY
' RED SEAL . ; ".; "
88622 Africans Adamartor,-re dell' onde protonde Ruffs......... 41.75
74634 Allegro moderato a la Polka Flonialey Quartet $1.75
64898 Calesa, En da Gogorza $1.25
74633 Faust Dio possente de Luea .............................. $1.75
64897 Gypsy Love Sonjj --Werrenratr. $155
64901 Honour and Love McCormack ................ .... I $155
74631 Largo from ."New World";. Symphony Philadelphia Orchestra $175
87313 Printemps, Au Parrar ,. $155
74636 Rigoletto Paraphrase de Concert Cortot : $1.75
89158 Stabat Mater Quis est homo M me. Homer-Mist Louisa
Homer................... , $2.00
74635 Valae (from Serenacfe for String Orchestra) Heifetz $1.75
64899 When You're Away Garrison S153
Y ""; '"DAJ.CE RECORDS
18689 Beautiful HawalVWaltz ........... ... ... . 1 t5e
35698 Cuban Moon Fox Trot $1.35
186S9 Hawaiian TwilightFox Trot ..".V.;.. 85e
3re-.H.afaid' FoIUm of 1920 Medley Fox TroV ....... $1.35
'Y ' r VOCAL RECORDS .
18688 Dardahella Blues '. .' . .'. .". . ". . ; ..... , 85c
18686 Down the Trail'te Home, ISweet Home 85c
1868o Duel, The '. . ... . . 85c
18687 Girls of My Dreams, The '. . -85c
18686 I'm in Heaven When I'm in My Mother's Arms ............... 85e
18688 Swanee . . . ... . . . . . . . . : 85c
18687 Tell Me, Little Gypsy.......... 85c
18685 Three tittle Pigs, The ,.1. 85c
1S0 Virginian Judge .. . ..'........ $1.00
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Y JOIN OUR RECORD CLUB
$15.00 WORTH OF RECORDS YOUR CHOICE
$1.00 DOWN $1.00 WEEKLY
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A T THE threshold of the dawning
new season we present the new Fall
MANHATTAN SHIRTS, in all their
splendor, exclusivness and individuality.
The usual initiative of the makers is again
evident in the smart effects which stamp
MANHATTAN SHIRTS as "a superior
New weaves new pattern ideas im
maculate tailoring perfection throughout,
NORWICH, CONN ,
FOR WOOD OR MACHINE SCREWS
May be used in any material No more plugged holes.
FOR SALE AT
Telephone 531-4 74 Franklin Street