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NORWICH BULLETIN, MONDAY, NOV. 20, 1922
! i DAIQELSON AliD POTHAU HEWS .T-- ' ' , 1 DANIELSON PROPOSE TO ATMMUSH OAS METER CHARGE (Special to' The Bulletin.) - . Putnam, ' Nov. ' IS. -On account " of objection to the so-called 50-cent meter charge for the use-of gas 'by the Put nam Light Power Co., the company has submitted . for the' consideration of the city fathers a plan to do away with this charge and also a -new schedule of charges for. this commodity. At . the present tlml with the additional charge of. 50 cents -for service the company is charging. up to 10,399 cubic feet of gas per -month, $1.00 per thousand; over 20.009,- cubic-'feet . per-month, .31.50 per thousand feet .- -The proposed new rate. minus a meter charge, is:. 100 cubic feet i jJtra. .Barber leaves two daughters,-' Mrs. lesa.-ner: mwith.-SOicents-; next 4.900 tt, is dead at West Haven at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Jhn Tyler. She had been 111 with pnnmeclst for about one week, but her rnnditioa was not considered serious by W relatives until Just before the end. lira. . Barber had made her home with r Mr. and Mrs. . John Owen, Broad street, fr .swvera) years, but- for a number of , weeks -had been visiting-with her daugh ; W. Mrs. Mae Tyler and family in West . She was taken ill during her 'vtttti sad her condition became critical 'a; few days. ago. . Funeral services are to ' be -.held i at West Haven . Tuesday - and ' VdriaL is to, be, Arcadia, R. I., where Mrs. .RsrW's husband is buried. -TBia .-Owen of Danlelaon and . Mrs.'. Mae VSyfer. of' West. Haven, and three sons, : JMertck and - Irving of Moosup and Herbert of .r Danielson. - I' NM 'after ' midnight Friday the , heme f Mr. and Mra. Benjamin Livesly. of 'WanregBh burst forth ablaze' while '.all aarssken of tha family were absent. Mr. aa-'Mrs.' Llveeley being in attendance -fit a1-ban at Plainfield. It was short '. ff after midnight when persons . from Dafttesmt and vicinity who had been in TlaiMeM attending the dance and were 'M-tbarr way home by motor found smoke , aaa ;Aaaae Issuing, from the home. Sev eral' ears had halted before the alarm far (Are called out the Wauregan fire department, which did excellent work in eon trolling tha fire and preventing ' it ' train spreading to 'adjoining property' Tha house was not totally destroyed, bat. it was so badly demaged. with its ' Mmtnu. as to be considered almost a to tal leas. " The Livesly dwelling is located joet to" the north of the Loring and At wand estates, which wonld have been en -daagerad'were It not for yie fact that . soatherly wind prevailed at the time of "tha-firs, the origin of which is tm- at faeibaU experts " leeal went wrong in their guesses the oat come of. Saturday's big games a tha gridiron. The fact that Harvard last to Brown by the score of 3 to 0, aad the fact that Tale lost to Princeton by the "same scars cost thelocal wise - fays a " lot ff money. It is a practice here Jto' pick the big colleges as favor - - tees to win, and it so happens that the practice does not always bring satis ' factory results and that it costs mon key' ta tsOow' it, from year to year. Mm ' 'aad am i ef labor la vicinity. This is really a fact, because It points out in . luimesaive manner than any 6th- ;r. aasfly eaAied to mind that there is of work for ell who are willing and are not particular about fat which they engage. La- ara not being asked -to work for less than war-time wages in this ar period, and that is another for which many ara thankful. The to be one of unusual feet per month, 33-10; .next 15100 , feet per month, ?l.9I. next; 80,000, per month 11.60 per thousand. . . ; ,v : . At the .-time the. so-catled meter charge; was .instituted .it'was stated that the. .charge was .not for -the use of a me ter but was a service .charge. It was argued that ' it costs just as much to serve a small consumer . as a large con sumer and that a service charge was therefore equitable and. would reduce somewhat the 'rate to the large con sumer.: But the public insisted on call ing the charge a "meter charge" and objected strenuously to -paying it. In its new . proposition the company states tha'tthe proposed change In rates is simply to overcome the objection of the consumer to the service charge and ;t is not to increase revenue for the com pany. The rate, if adopted, will return to the company practically the ' same revenue as is now being derived. The company also points' out four specific instances of the working of the old and new rate. Today for 500 feet of gas the consumer pays $1.45 while under the new rate, he will pay $1.34. For 1000 feet of gas today,- 32.40 ; under the new rate." 32.3S; ffor. J200 feet today, $2.73; proposed rate. : 32.11. For 2000 feet today,- $4,30... new rate, $4.49. The ave rage consumption ot a family is 1200 feet per .month. "'"Thus the new rate woujd be increased over' the old of three cents. The slight ' increase : would only be where . the . consumption was 1200 feet per month or more .which un der the' old rate was borne by the small consumer's paying the same service charge : as. .the large consumer. The common, council' has, the matter under advisement '-.' .' - ' BreeD THEATRE Today and Tuesday Qhe qirl vxmiec noooay Ann came to that in die orphan; ace. While stie stood still visitor! liked her. Bat when the walked ' ' . they found the flaw-and adopt ed tomeorie else. The story is just simple and poignr tut itoiv at human loneliiiesl and hunger fot love. But you'll ftnd your heart wheat you see I with Botle Lor and f A I Oareth Hatha. j wPTTifX I A Loub Bunton Pro- f fifiSr 1 auction, v .k. . . I "T"" I L " " r 1T" 0TT' v 5y PHOTOPLAYS OF THE . BETTER CLASS NO ADVANCE IN PRICES Today, Tuesday, Wednesday 3 Days Only UY BAFES THE REAL SCREEN MASTERPIECE MOW -as great among pictures as the pby Is among plays. The Drama of Great Denouements, It Magnetizes, It En trances, It Thrills, It Stands as a Masterpiece Among Big Pictures ! The Hit of the Year in 8 Acts u Educational Comedy News there are few that equal him In tech nic that he must have to achieve hia aim tut bin ! is to unfold the mind of the composer so that it becomes an open book, to his hearers. Rachaninoff will give one of his in comparable concerts in New London on Nov. 22. at the state armory. Tickets are now on sale at Chidsey's prices' ranging from $3.00, $2.50 to $1.00 reserved seats. CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "DOG'S LIFE" Pathe News slsnr. promises "bans tha aaaea. Ksv Otevsr "w nslsta t T. K. Btorer as cashier of the Wind laua 'County National bank will be en ter tha present, and from, such raa avauaaM at that - It aasnarod that no dedeion has ssilisd as yat aa to who la - to In . team Sunday ' and time to time until is appointed to take tha respon- vsaitson that la to be -made vcant ss) sBkag aaray. - , '' : a great many of bm menoa ICr. Btorer' s departnre,- they :s8i- raaJm that m-leaving ha is going Is " s i sastliin that , offers him advance. suss At "thampsonvllle Mr. Storer win tm bad at a ank that is located in . a -liaasir'mad aonalty as progressive a com- ssssiatr'aa that of which Danlelaon is the - fcl34 asaj'seraening for bedding' down ass ml all lil. 31 per ton at yard. Trial lot Xraal'X. H. aobs Mfg. Co, Ur. , PUTNAM k .fund has been started in the city for a Putnam - war memorial. Towns oa all sides of Putnam have honor rolls and tablets . but- although some steps were : taken . to get -prices and designs for an honor roll memorial ,' in Putnam the jnatter' had apparently been droo ped. .After a suggestion was made that- -utnam ehoold start a .fund there was quick response by the football team of the Putnam Hizh school mil the coys .sent m a check for, . ten dollars tnrougn Principal E. H. Snow. It, hf letter r.-Snow states that, while the boys realize tne amount is small it repre sents practically - one-fifth ; of the pro ceeds ' of the 'Webster-Putnam' zrnme piayea on Armistice day atterv the ex- pneses and. . guarantee were naid. ifr Snow .feels that after- such a fund is well started, the undergraduates" of tha school will make i greater effort -to- waroTS, its fuMlment. : The fund tog started -it -is felt , that the plan msy i , currara tnrongn ana that Putnam will have a fitting memor al to th bovp ojtthe World war.,- . Oesne LewU.' Jr.. nut rthr ot me- t-ncnam Aerie , or Eagles. I Th. .1.1 . . . t jj o j j 1 . ..... 1. . i . i , uio me; grange was held last Tuesday evening, 01, me vrrana Aene resulting as follows: Master. Fred Tin.. of Connecticut, Mr. Lewis is eruidlbrooks: owrswr Piinh a-.k . pKuilaln nf 'th. ... I . . . ' . ' J Dwy ..... rcun. Airs. A. vJ. Antnonv : rrMH.iror jari Aiiortj lecturer. swift ; chaplain, SLATER HALL . Norwich Community -Lecture Gursct HUGH WALPOLE NOVEMBER 27th ISAAC MARCOSSON FEBRUARY 13th SIR PAUL DUKES i APRIL 10th AUSPICES OF THE NORWICH CHURCHES BENEFIT OF THE BACKUS A - HOSPITAL . COURSE TICKETS, $2.0a .: : TICKETS ON SALE AT i - i CRANSTON'S BROADWAY BROADWAY Today, Tuesday, Wednesday, Mat 20c Eve. 20c, 25c Not the Mystery Nor the Drama But the Sheer Beauty of It All ! HOPE HAMPTON LON CHANEY AND E. K. LINCOLN In a Mystery You'll Guess a. Hundred Times, But Never Right "THE LIGHT IN THE DARK" As Great as the Best A Thing of Beauty That Will be Your Joy For Having Seen ! NOTE '.The Color Sequence Used in This 7 Act Masterpiece is Posi tively the Most Wonderful Coloring That Has Ever Been Seen. It's a Wonder, That's All ! Change af Loeatloa The Norwich Auto Wrecking Co. have purchased the property at 471-4" N'o. Mam street where . they will -remove their business as soon as necessary changes are made having outgroaro their present headquarters at the rear of I" Franklin street . ' Christ Chore h Weekly Votes ' Tuesday evening, 7.J0. meeting of the Girl Scouts ln the church school room. Thursday evening, 7."0 meeting of St." Agnes Guild -in the church school room. Friday afternoon S.30. Mrs. Alfred II. Vaughn will give a talk on Oberammer- gau to the Church Service League in the church school room. Saturday morning 10.30 meeting of the Junior Auxiliary in the church school room. What Is Going On Tonight Uncas Lodge. No. II. L O. O. F.. meets in Odd Fellows- Hall. Norwich Music Association meets in Slater Hall. Thames I'nion Xo. 137. IT. B. of C. and J. of A., meets in Carpenters' Halt Hat t err It. i92d F. A., meets in State Armory. .orwtch Aene. No. 367. F. o. or b.. merts at 34 Shftucket Street. W. P.. A. T Maccabees meets at Buck, ingham Memorial. Foresters' Fair at Olympic HalL Vaudeville and Moving Pictures at Hroadway Theatre. Moving Pictures at Strand Theatre. Mcving Pictures at Breed Theatre. TODAY'S EVENTS in th , Educational-Mermaid Comedy News Forget-Me-Not," which was shown for the first -time yesterday at the BreoJ theatre, is a picture which maketh tha heart glad. Given a story human to th last decree, with a cant which brings to each character a sympathetic imperson ation and direction which shows unusu-il knowledge of life, and especially of the heart of a child the result is a picture which cannot fail to win favor with everyone who welcomes photoplays, which are free from hoakum and whi-h have some semblance to life as it really Forget-Me-Not is a love story but it is more than that. It is the life story of two foundlings who find in their devotion for each other some compensation for the un kind fate which has deorired them of even this consolation Is denied them, for Jimmy is adopted by a rich woman and passes out of Ann's .life to reanpear under conditions that seem at the time to shat ter her faith In the goodness of -rife. Forget-Me-Not is a Louis Burston pro duction for Metro in which Gareth Hughes and Besfile Love play the leading roles. They make the characters stand out with vivid lifelikeness. The story is by Henry R. Symonds and is adapted by John B. Clymer. W. S. Fan Dyge is the direc tor. - Forget Me Not will be the feature at the Breed theatre again to fay and Tues day and other pictures on the bill Include the Pathe view and Charlie Chaplin in Dog s Lite. The sixty-seventh congress meets special session today to take up ship subsidy bilL A national radio show vfll be opened today In Madison Square Garden. New York, and continued through the week. The trial t scheduled to begin today of Harmon M. Kephart. former Mat treasurer of Pennsylvania, under indict ment for misdemeanor in office. Thecase of Mrs. Mdalynne C. Oben chain.'twice tried on charges of murder of J. Beiton Kennedy. Ixs Anrelea broker, will come up for its thTrd trial today. State chiefs if the National Associa tion Against Prohibition are to confer in St. Louis t'wiay on preliminary pl.J for narking "wet" candidates in ever congressional district of the country In the 1S24 eWiion. Closer trade re'.ai'on. ..-:wt'n .'n jiouth. the middle wet. and the Missis sippi valley will furnish the generai theme at the fifteenth annual conven tion of the Southern Commercial Con gress, which is to beg'n a three-day ses sion !n Chicago today. rtafMiHan Opeciias Today. New Tork Methodist Episcopal lXarc of Foreign Missions. ANNOUNCEMENTS VI. MANSFIELD CENTRE .JTras Jmi et.PatMru. snvertatead. ent of streets, has been elected A. , E. Mrs. Theron Anthony; gate sBjeaassM' before release by loml baakt l Asl of gold that is to ke fliv .ted Bahuve measure Into -the , Chrte&naJ aeaaaasag Held. - ThUi large sum of money is -sanag ensntad upon by Danielson mcr- ekawts.to boost their holiday trade -far hten4 what it would be had not hnn aVeds lof 'residents here-and in ajjoin mc.4bwna consistently followed out dur- iag-the past year the practice of potting certain specified sums in tha bank each weak.', with the particular Idea, of using this tovoKj . at the Christmas season ,to bwy .presents for the holiday., The re- tease this -year will be greater than ever Wefor, an evidence of the fact that the t-taer .- have found the Christmas, club tugrgat: medlam for bringing them tothe keUday season each year with practical. IxjanVaf their Christmas expenditures rawidad for. : t ; t)4. housekeeper franted. steady work; in t good home. Apply to William J.: Boss, Biaad street DanlelBon.adv,. . "'A ;sarbig,.es. drWea -by Arshar-Csas efSaniaJson was. hanging over a wire fane just above the town farm oa tha eex-aff frqrn Dayville to Attawaugan Sat- araay. evening .' after something- went wraag while Mr; Cots was driving north ward 'ssid is-said to have .turned out' to paws -another car, also, bound north. -The ojiri ptamred off .-a wall and- was .more or-lees, damaged when It brought up on ar wtra fence and rolled over on its side.. One, young, woman who was in the car VHh Mr.-Cote was cut about the .mouth, ' but al ,of those m the ear escaped ueri soa injury.. - Numbers, of ears - going Omsn,h ...the out-out, halted to view the aasMsBt, which was, investigated; by the seat porlea. The machine that figured la "tha accident was a neat appearing1 Iswrteg car of a well knos n make. Practically all looms are now running at -.tha 'paint of the River Weaving pasy Bear the state armory. ' A; pariah whist for Thanksgiving week was announced Sunday at ail the mass is ;ofr St. James" church. . . - Bat4KailBglyls set U be srMaaa.by ORajoa. A. herd of 57. Rhode Jsiand camel wen reported in that ' section Sunday afternoon all looking for a' drink. There IS. a cioss 'season ,on these eamet' until after .the death of Mr. Volstead, -who is I mm I i1 ia ax callent health. - .Jbsmarkabea' hue fall weather Sunday efltniUw kept the automobile traffic ctoas to aaldseason density m this- section. AlU.atata highway routes into Daniekson war burdened with traffic Sunday after noon. - . ... - pr.' Hach Campbell ef Norwich will be ar 'ahe haaith station at the town hall botralnt iTuifiray to hold a clinic in the hruraottaf tajoas who are ill with tuber- v:r- 1 ' n a. Auuiuoy ; gate Keeper, Forrest Gray;, steward. A. D. Telfer ; (assistant . steward, Leonard (Jiougn; lady. assistant, Mrs. Louise Wal president 1 of. State'" PireaJen's Assoc Uon. -Mr. Dnmaa has been a member -.IZrZrZ.. Tyl1 ker; Flora, Mrs. G. C. Jenner' Ite. SomnJ No i '"T1 ".w" " ra' Ra'Ph Anthony ; Qetes. Mrs. E. K. . , - ,. -- . .. .. - . i Kramer purchased by local subscription , some meeting of the Ladies' Aid society held rwiw-w. communuy meeting at tne parsonage Wednesday afternoon. pumm ana,. israry- nas - peen so:d to I A luncheon was served to which Mrs. xiymes ; 01 . rommu . tm so- Anna uiark contributed her .. popular ciation. has leased :the '-ntwly 1 enovated election cake." The confmittees appointed x oniirei iot ono nrgni: a weeit .lto serve tne supper lor the meeting of Harry Miller " of ArmapaitB Royal. N. the Men's club- next Tuesday evening S.,-Canada,. is .now employed at a local is Mrs. A. -Lauder. Mrs.- G. H. Wyman automobile, sales, rooms and ,1s making and Mrs.. I.- Goodell. The next meeting his home. for. the winter -With his sis- of . the- Ladies'. Aid -.will, be : held after ter, 'Mrs,. Louise . A, . Reeves, - Ravine I Tnanksgtving. at. ' I ' : . I A -vsry ' pleasing production of . The """ 11- ""7" rv,B wM01d Peabody PeW, by Kate" Dftuglass ,' s;" '""" iOT snooung .,oi part-1 w lggin was given at the Mansfield Cen ridge, quail, pheasaats, woodcock, etc, I tei; church Thursday evening by- the La- win- come to an end 'this. weak. Thurs-1 dies'- -circle of "Storrs.: "Most of the .-'mast' day. . An ' unusual number of pheasants were members Or wives of the faculty of have "been bagged by huntijrs who-, are the1 college, and the partis were excenent willihg to upend a hard day in swamps ly taken. . . ilrs. Slarshall Dawson was imu .oogs in an con to misn these birds I JNancy Vventwertli. Prof. W. F. Kirk. which lay close and are hard .to And. (Patrick posed as Justin-Peabpdy", Mrit Partridge, 'have been: somawha:' siareell- G. Davis. as-Mrs. ..Baxter, minister's and- few : hunters 'have killed iail. , Al-lwife: Mrs. L. B. Crandall as nresident Vif togrther the. season has Been a' rood It he Ladies' Aid,- Other members of the n -.A I i L... . . .. ' T-.5 , . r . , uv. f u i ntL.vr eawrea 'tne i wwc . uua. .jwiuiaiu, lure. , . j . short, open season thaf ithe; law. allows. Wheeler, Miss Kdwina Whitney,, Mrs; : O. : ' .... I H. Lamson, .Mrs,. L s. Patterson, . Mrs. man'. Board. of . the Day KimbaH hos- with" Prof .li aff pital has been promulgated and al-lrr t . v.i... i. thorh W J. . . . t ...us ,!, auu ?- ' n - ' "utiwiwi is lUCCL" i Host. ing witn a generous response. . The har-1 -The, rvntor imh sv, Te.8? x1"'-?116 housewife's ahelves ladened ting for the drama, and the costumes with Jenies and canned goods a' small I of the period-of 1840 afforded a very uunauun irum ran - to ne aosmutl l pretty - picture: .? The proceeds,!- which maaes a grano. total tnat goes a long amounted to, about S4t were equally dS way -toward providing delicacies -in th vided1 between the Storrs. ehurch and the Mix room -wnn tne more snostantial Vanafieia lihrarv ioous- suen as- appies-potatoes and'vege- The meeting- of' the Hen's, club of taoies in general . being; used on "the ta- Mansfield which will be held, at 'the Cetv o.es ,octne 'officers: and corp of nurses. I ter church on - next Tuesday evening Ham , TslkM. ' snf - It n iU.jwul -be addressed' by Joseph B. Palmer, Friday at his' home In tiie Sawyer dig. of Hartford; director of " Religious Edu- trict.. ne nad . been m. poor health: tori'-1"11 ul lD-,1-,.jn' a, v.- ... . I ffih. f ...K. urn um. . r. laiDot was . born--tn the house - Where . he died and had f always lived,'. March , , 1J48.-. He . was tha son of , William M. . and. : Sarah Day Talbot In hn earlier, years: he' taught : school as Talbot 'the -Wflrlat: .v xrV.-'Torkk. w quist- dfeposiWon ' and. careP littl V - Hmut A. . Bendetts . of .' Fall - River . a'vtaftor vrltt friends ta" Danielson over Sunday. --, Saturday - evening Earle Bassett of Brosat'stssat.yiekad up Havana. Cuba, on his' wireaess set ' and members 1 of the Imlilil enoyed a oooeart by Mareao's has. ' Another station picked up - by Mr. BssMrtt' . was Wmhttsj; Kan. ' The Cobaa plesr-aip pi oajslsd elear'jtt n mi liissrtli.' and hr. sooethlnr;. out of; the usual ' for . this gii;Ctb"' Scsp. and- TcfcsJ: TOW TM WAW tf. let yorrr bast. mm .-ore tnK pueiicvtaer is no meca r, wtr.,thait throirth the advertanarg .-jb sf .Tm) Bultetis. . .-. DANCE AT T. A. B. HALL TONIGHT ;. Under the Hilltop Casino Management ' With the Hill- I top Casino Orchestra -'.yv-., Admission :- . Ladies 35c-- Gents 55c BATTERY B ' . i f v PRESENTS V RAPPS V FRIDAY KIGHT, ' ARMORY NORWICH. Connecticut College ' PRESENTS RACHMANINOFF THE GREAT PIANIST . AT STATE ARMORY NEW LONDON ' Wednesday, November 22hd AT 8:15 P.'M. THE WESLEYAN MUSICAL CLUB SIATER MEMORIAL HAli PRIDAT EVENING, NOV. 84TH. AUSPICES NORWICH COLLEGE CLUB ADMISSION te and 1, TAX FREE. " ... Exchange your Tickets for Beserved Seats at Cranston's Store after 10 a. m ; . . r . -. - Seadas-, Nov. 19- . ' ' of the Grange hall has iirogressed rap idly this week. '".. '. C. K ' Franklin has returned!4 tram . a business trip. : . . r' Dr. E.vIJ. Marsh and Miss Elsie Marsh were- in New Haven, from Monday- to Wednesday. Dr. Btarsh was attending a state medical meeting. Mrs. Marsh was the guest of Mrs'A. E. Stone in Willi mantic. v ( ': ' ' ' I . A. J. Evans East Hartford.' former president - of Hartford Christian Endeav or ;Unon, with.'Mrs. Evans and their daughters were guests of Rev. end Mrs. H7. W. - Tillinghast' lasf Snuday. . Mr. Evans who Ms superintendent of the Hockanum Sunday school, Mr.-Tilling- hast's former- parush,. attended 'the even ing service at Springl Hill, giving a talk on Christian Work. ' .'-.,. VC,; H. . Learned Was in Liberty' Hill laet week' attending the 25th wedding an- lvarsary ol his Cousins, Mr. and Mrs. ofln. Clarke. - , .i $3.00, $20, $1.50; Tax Free ALL 8EATS RESERVED SALE BEGINS NOVEMBER 17th AT U. C. CH4DSEY CO. 115 8TATE STREET TONIGHT BATTERY B LETS LOOSB EXHIBITION DRILL ' INDOOR BASEBALL , - NTJGOETS.VS. BATTERY B. A Nagget Cigar to - every Mm, ' - A Box of Caady to every. Girl. ' DANCING - PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. ALL FOR -THIRTY CENTS. i ARMORY NORWICH , l g O'CLOCK. " Hope Hanptaa Flaaeer la Newest Teeh- nlqae of Screen Art Open at Broad- war Taatair. ' A motion - picture that marks another milestone in the progress of the silent dramatic art will be the piece de resis ance for patrons of the Broadway theatre starting today. It is the screen version of William Ihidley Pelley's great story. ""The Light In the Dark," presenting not only a plot of dramatic vigor and fascinating romance but Introducing several scenes in color. Hope Hampton Is the charming star of The Light in the Dark and with her will be seen such famous players as EL K. Lincoln, Lon Chaney. Theresa Max well Conover. Dorothy Walters. Charles Mussett, Edgar Morton and -Dore David son. The star portrays the role' of Bessie MacGregor.i an orphaned .country girl, who goes to New York to make her living. She obtains - a position as a check-room girl, but an automobile accident takes her from rather drab surroundings to a home of wealth and social standing. There J. Warburton Aah is fascinated by her charm and beauty and makes love to her. She believes him. but when she learns of . his deception she leaves. The finding of a strange cup in an English forest, however leads Ashe back to the girl hi the slums of the East Side. Around this . cup " is woven a powerful story. - in which . romance, tragedy . and stirring, adventure figure. . The bold theft in a court room of thi goblet which is rumored to be the Holy GraiU-. and the . dramatic finish of the thief who goes to the bottom of the river with his precious loot furnish some of the big thrilling punekes in this extra ordinary production. The Light in the. Dark Is a First Na tional attraction. It was directed by Clarence L. Brown. An Education Christie comedy Let Kr Run. and a news furnishes more fine en tertainment. -. The meeting of the Young People's club was postponed and will be held on. Wednesday evening,- the -twenty-second. at. the home of J&mqs . Inman. -x rars. Auison. , vim .-announces xne : en- but ga,v Vthat -ut and S began raising J"" o niauh?r' ?ft ' , . . - , . ' I to. to freors-ey-Gordon Stewart- of , Mui. uwwora Jim was ki.i.h in ,nu 1 1 i - , . Mr. and .Mrs.; Benjamin Gray "were klroton. tag a few" days in Hartford with her daughter, Mrs. Rowland Slate. . Eight from the Baptist church attend ed the meeting at the ' Central Baptist church -in Norwich ; on . Friday evening to hear Dr. Carter H. Jones. - Edwin Abel of Norwich spent the. week end with his grandmother, Mrs. Ida M. Abel. 1 - - -" ' - Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Bruce of East Lyme have purchased Mrs., Ella ,Blan- Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Taylor and daugh ter. Miss Helen Taylor, and Eugene Kimball, spent Sunday witr friends in pleasantly surprised : on Wednesday, ev- cuiub wiieii irieiiojs -caiiea to oner con gratulations' forvtneir twenty-flfth wed dm'g' anniversary. They were presented withr. a Pyrex' casserole and the guests servqd ice cream and cake.- . 1 ' - ' Chester, -N. H, Mrs. A. w. Qlnt entertained over -the wild any - orgaaizaaoas. e was a 'over of. nature, and hrs enjoyment was tne -pme spent: ainemg - hat flowers. . Mr; ford, -George G.- Stewart of , Manchester, w. H., J. Tiynn; or.: providence and Myron Olin of . New Britain. - Mrs. p. - A. Perry and famrly. left on Taituij 'Tat. n.iLiiit u' 1.-11 .i.nir S u. A. nrrr ana ianyiy iert on had. one, child who "died some years ajn mi. wife and -two nieces survive, asi- ter. Sarah Ross, haviBg died short time "age.; ' s v, . , A Fuaaaaa lilssia thrahs K wM he food? ides, to-start' t. biatorteal han as there are " so -raany people f note who came Trom this section such . as General Israel- Putnam. Wtrtstler, , Louise Chand lit MM m TT 1. 1 1 .1 aj uuiuB mm ler ' Mou (ton and -, others. " York city. ': The tamily , will- be missed in Mansfield, T.-, B.; Wilcox, who ; ac companied them returned later in the week. : ' '-: , ', Mr. and Mrs. T.-B. Wilcox - are occup- ing. Mrs. -Perry's, home, IdvlSmanse,. for .e winter..-.' - j. " ..-.k, ' j,- - .: " -.' This ' week WW i b obaervea at 'the Mansfield library . as- Children's Week,, it lout the- country.- Ther-ubrary , will be Iyima al ' IK. ' iinnsl hnnri ., o I nr. An I Wednesday; and Thursday afternoons of: LEBANON tt. lfl.t.i; pMslbl ,.&,jAxt some ot ff 'iS!mitt to !t their belessrings whHe perhaps in a few "I T. """ . iT.,i . .: .7 " , lout the - countrv.- iTha--library . will h. John Gartland paid taO; and cost, in to the city treasury, SaUirday ' morning, aw -1, . . . Jt -.1. i . . , nte of?th probatwrn - oiHcer v fori six th t hma w . I nVon flu, :M A Pk;UMr.' -dmi- TXTU1, A wwwiwii-. . .. - , . , , I luvj. auu wt vii'iuicu a a-wiv ncca ort -,ftBlfht.ra''ter , of the ehoice. of books for Christmas eifts tP di m u rv-M- to childreri and the 'establishment of ponce sanien.over Irani ut tajcen an.iikrt.. ' . Bastford Satmrfay mwrnog. .; Oa . Wednesday and Thursday ,-after- a oteycie rrauen-- D3r jamas- HaTft. .mm. hvi. - hjH.bia of u in 1 mia .was. Ml. Collision' wrtn an auto cWlt .there' will he i . tor- hour for trace, on. rorarex street eaturday r at- small children to , which all little -chU On Thursday evening a public debate by the pupils of the.. Lyman Memorial High School was held hi the .auditorium of the high school, the subject; Resolved, That the Men Who Served , in the Mili tary, Naval and .Marine-Forces bf the United States During the. World War Should Be Granted a Bonus by the Fed eral Government. ' ; ' - Those on the. affirraative side were Miss Celia S. Vinograd, Miss Sara ' W. Kobinson and Benjamin I. Leavitt. , Those on ; the negative sidetTwere Miss Janie Nield; Chester R. Starr" and Max Nadel. The arguments on both sides were-.flve and' showed .much .careful-. -study on .the subject. The - judges found it - hard to decide, two being for the, affirmative side and one for the .negative. Judging- by the! applause had it been.: left to the' au dience the negatives r would havfi. won. The auditorium was packed, showing. the Miss Moat Leonard ft Norwich spent the week end with her aunt, Mrs. Carl Hallen. - . .. Mrs. Lois A. Bentley of Torrington is visiting her "sister, Mrs. William Robin son. - .- .- Mr. and rs. C. H. Foster and chil dren,' Mrs. ' EUa Foster and . son. Edwin, epent; Sunday hi New London, as guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Burdick. Miss ' Ella Williams, Chauncey and Clayton. Williams left on Monday, i to spend a. year at Long Beach, CaL s -The Misstaa ' eirde met with Mrs. George Randall ' on Thursday1 afternoon. Thf following officers were elected: Pres ident, Mrs. E. L. Nletd; vice presidents, Miss- Gurdon Chappell and Mrs. C. 8. Goodwin;, secretary. and treasurer, Mrs. Mary. A. Williams; assistant. Mrs. Ida M. .Abel. .-Fancy cookies and tea were served Ay the hostess. ,' - 'Misses Amy and Alice Lillie of -Hart ford spent the waek: end with their broth er, Amos Lillie. - . , . The -Ladies' Aid met in the parlors of the Congregational church Tuesday. Two quitls were "tied. Dinner' was served ternoon. ,No on was hurt hut the cyole - was smashed. bi- Lett thenttggard .attend - a . picnic and -tne -ant -will- surely ;.come to huo next' week from?4hree to .'four1 thirty o'-f interest that was felt by the townspeople in the Work of the school. Kev. coward L. Nield was moderator. There were sev eral songs by. six of the young ladies of the school accompanied on the , piano by Fred Burgess. There were also "two piano duets by i Miss Eleanor Burgess, a pupil of the ' school Remarks were made by Mr. Bennett, principal .'of the school, aiso by. re Li bby, supervisor of schools. , '- -"':?.- - ' s'After the- entertainment cake.'and cof- Lfee -were served y the girls of, the school. tne proceeaa oi. xne ..evening are . 10 oe used to pay 'for a piano for' fhe schooL . Miss Adelaide Hallen ot Norwich spent the week end at her home here. ... : . 'Mrs.- Frank Kingsley has been spend- dren. in. town with . their mothers- are Invited. . The books' to be on exhibit throughout the. week' ahd.ther ewill be suggestive lists ? for the distribution; : radisg and excavating for the cellar ANNOUNCEJ.1ENTS - RaehmaalaeaT. Caaesrt ' After relatively . few concerts in - com paratively "few cities, in the United StateSaJfr.' RachmaninofTs, fame as aa illustrious : pianist with a, remarkabJe and impressiva personality ' has spread tar and wide.. Tha foremost 'orchestras have encaarad and ra-enaaa?ed him soloist and. as visiting oottdikitor; while programmes have biossomad 'with his music, symphonic,' choral, for tha "pia no, for the singing voice. . Hardly an other v musician, coming to ns in recent years, has been so quickly,- generally and variously applauded. . - : His principle Totte does - o! lie Norwich Csaasiuaity Lectara Caars . The Norwich Communty lecture course under' the -auspices of the Norwich churches. has been received, by tne. pub lic with -masked- enthusiasm and . inte rest. ,'.-...-. ' All of the speakers in. the . series are world famous men, noted for -their abil ity to attract and hold audiences. The net proceeds of these, lectures will be given for the benefit of the- Backus hospital. - The public is requested to help .the com mittees in charge by promptly securing the course tickets aad to assist In every way 'possible to" make - this community course a great success. No ' other city is- offering such a fine lecture .course at such - res son able, rates. Course .tickets 12.90 .: Tickets on gale at Cranston's. On .Nov. 37th Hugh Walpoie the re nowned English novelist wiH appear. - To his , literary qualities, he adds unus ual ability as a speaaterSuid a magnetic attractive personality. So. great was -his popularity when he visited .this oAntry last, year that he was greeted by . record ; breaking audi ences. -.''.. This season's tour, has been even mors successful. On Feb.. 13th,' Isaac Marcos son the ' distinguished American journal ist and lecturer will appear. During the past three years he has earned a brilliant reputation on the lec ture" platform. . His topic will be "The Changing East.'' In this lecture "he gives a vivid and graphic accoant of tha conditions in the eastern oountrtea tha vast problems that confront our. world . crvil&zation. Mr. Marcroason wins- bis audiences - by tbe startling .facts that he -tens aad the kaowlega of the true - conditions . of the world. ; : - On April 10th, Sir Paul Dukes, the not! anther and lecturer Will amiear. Sir Paul-Dukes, on of tha moat bril liant lecturers m America has-a dear knowledge of the whole bolshevik sac ment and tha personalities of its leaders. -He is an authority on boMbavtsm and the sodal and political conditions ot Rassia.v .--'- -Hla lartnra aanret Service tn-Rad Ras- sia la thrining and will bold the mtsrsst t the audience,-' -.. -This splendid lecture coarse appeals to all thinking saen and women. . The pabUe is urged to-give InnBediaU attentioa in aecartnr course tickets. , Mall or phone' your order te Cranston's, Broadway. . rage Aero. Type Fav Spr-Jder, Drawa Can .Mr rail le nTtorrat Several hundred people from Nornier, and vlcinitv have viewed -with i-ati- faclion the Victor Page car which n iil be shown again during today and tonight at the temporary quarters at 1 Ratn street opposite Bailey's garage. Best of materials used in Victor I'ase ear. Material: All highly stressed psns such as crankshaft, camshafts, connect ing rods, wrist pins, pro pel lor shaft axle shafts, power transmission gears and shafts, frame, springs, etc. are made ot alloy steel specially selected and beat treated for the work they are to perforin. Best hardwood Itody frames. Closel cars panelled aluminum. High grade paint and -upholstery. Engine: Four cylinder, high efficiency. aero-vpe of special design. Aluminum cylinders and beads are air cooled. Ov erhead valves and camshafts. 3 in. bore. 4 1-Z In. stroke. 14 5 rated H. P. brake 30 H. P. brake at 1800 R. P. M. Clutch: Borg A Beck alngle plate, a simple, standard clutch that ia used on 9S per cent, of American cars. Central spring type, adjustable for wear, Iv -is practically trouble-proof. Transmission: Alloy steel gear sod shafts. New Departure annular ball bearings, Aluminum allow rase. Thro speed selective type, lias special Pag patent multiple disc brake incorporated. Cooling system: I'aae patented gear ed fan drive. Four blade cast aluminum, true pitch prone I lor type fan with auto matic releasinr clutch. Exceptionally well ribbed cylinder an dheads of alumi num which bavr three limes the h-at rdn. ductlvliy of cast Iron. A simple ooaitlvs system of great practical value. : i water to boil or freeze.) No pump nr -adiatot to clog. No pipes to leak. No .'an belt to slip. Springs: Page patented oomMicd roB and leaf spring front suspension, easy -riding, flexible, yet strong. Full canti lever rear springs. Alloy steel leaves, carefully graded. Front axle: 'Alloy steel forgragt. H section, heat treated. Timken roller bear- ins hubs. Elliot tvne knnrklea. rtuilt is coil spring shock absorbers. Rear Axle: Ball bearing, semi-float ing type. Spiral bevel drive gears. Alum inum alloy differential housing. Internal expanding, aluminum alloy shoe , brakes. (Page patent). Tourque tube. - seamiest steel tubing. Straight line drive. Body and equipment: Special Page patent combination type, convertible real compartment with disappearing seat t be used either for passengers or bag gage, sample cases or light express mat" ter. Comforable upholstering. The body design does not indicate that It is a con vertible - type, yet entire space In rear compartment Is - instantly available by tilting back seat. High grade paint finish on met! panels over wood - frame ' work. Best standard equipment installed throughout as follows: - Speedometer drives from transmission bear: Black walnut instrument board has lighting and ignition switch, oil cir culation gauge, clock, speedometer and priming device for cold weather starting. A lilting steering . wheel Is provTded cratch and brake pedals are adjustabls and . have rubber, pads. On nan tot wth -side curtains and ventilating, deal vision w'ind shield inclined at a rakish' " angle. - Glass lights in top hack curtain. Tool outfit -in pocket inside-of door to' drivers compartment. Complete tire re pair outfit and jack.. Engine driven tirt pump attached to change speed gearing. : Pockets In door to rear compartment for . maps, gloves, joggles, etc Robe . rail Installed on back of front seat. Tbe eat Is. complete, nothing to bay but tha oil " and gasoline as It Is delivered to the pur chaser, wtth every motoring convenience. . Bodies, of standard design to suit the exacting tastes and requirements of purchsers will be built. - r ; .Fark-Chareh Aaaiaasisssat. , Wednesday,- Nov; ."13, autumn meet tag of tha Eastern. ConnecUcirt branch at the CorarregaOonal -church In - Han over at 11 a. m.. and L30.p. m: Convey ances will meet the trolley due la- Bal tic at 10.30. Basket luncheon. " The Man's club, will bold the annual meeting ' In' the parish house on -Wednesday evening at o'clock. Rev. Al exander H. . Abbott will "speak oa Mov ing ' Into ' Liberty. - - t Thursday,' Nov. 13, mid-week service in I at 7.30" p. hi. v Topic, God's Queer Xh playing many - notes, - easily, ahhough tar-wrs ;to-Onr Prayers. Dual BeeassMaaioe La7 rM for . .qnarader Opeas a Straad Tad ay. . - story of a mother who has dug to a returned soldier on . tha belief that hf ,v was her son because of the unmistakabl resemblance but fiction, has -anticipated history by at least a decade. Tha ques-- non oi wneuer any iwo men can oe so . similar in appearance and - ssannerisret to deceive people familiar -with their - characteristics and dally habits has been argued to endless limits without over . coming to a diclsf so. - - - ' . About tan years ago Katherins Cecil Thurston published The Msaquerader.' a ' novel that used this Ides as the basis Of v tha plot. It was seised upon by aa om- ntveroos reading public' and ran- through " . tea-editions la record time. Even today - it can be found in the took shelves - of lovers of good literature ; and the discus, sion ft raised is being renewed- again-by tha fact that this plot, famous fThrough the book nd laisr through the stage play .based upon tt, has bora made Into a film. - . The Masqaerader, the ctaesrat, vwstoa of tha- bonk and rla V vrlll mm 4a tha t" 8traad theatre today to give patrons ef i the 8trad their own cVpoita ulty to do eide whether or not such a doss ivssrmV "f blanca ca aba accepted as a brnnaa pos- J sibUity. .John. Ctalcota sad John Lodr ; 4. are the aasaea'of tha two cbaractarf -whose rasemblaace to each other predi-i' -catea the complications into which tha plot- 1 develops. One is a scion of aa ariato-- 1 Lorattc family, a member ot the r-rgtala. a mra, m kmmwt gone ajatray. -ids ptner w .-3 possessed of. latent talents that have -' ben oonsistrntly suppressed by lack f opportunity. . - -. d .Richard Walton -Tally, who ptososrod -the stage Tersioa through many success " ful years, is responsible for the picture. -To aid him In his work he has brought to- tbe starring role Guy Bates , Post who 1 created Ahe leading dual role, aad plays, both parts in the picture. ' The Educational comedy Pitter Pattl ' Is a comedy fall of laughs and a S'-lf ' nick rrewa coropktsj 4h p-crra.