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iieok York, Not. is.&tix& prices, a decided torn for the better inj 'Snday's dealings, ga::!3 In active shares 'Ranging from one to nearly sevOT joints. : Much, o fthl Impetus for the rise was ' furnished Jbyt bear operators, who wish d .to remain covered over the holiday, 'and fcy the renewed activity , ot pools : which had ceased to function during the ' reaction which bad spread over tho bet ter part ot five weets. The rapidity ot the advance indicated that the declint 'tin some quarters, had been overdone. higher jrtces attracted some out 'side buying,-but -Jt has not yat reached : Sufficient .proportions to materially in .tuence prices. Lower money, rates, another new high for sterling exchange, a number of divi dend resumptions and increases and . tho publication of more favorable Octo ber railroad earnings reports all helped to create.-, a '.better .atmosphere, but . it : could hard; & b said that the upward towte- ot prices ; "was governed ay any op all. of these. -'.TTiU professional spco natters Iti control, prices of late have moved in seeming disregard of outside 'news developments.' . , ' Standard Oil shares took a prominent part in the advance. New Jersey gaii : Ins 7 Doinbj and CaMfornda, t S-8. The strength of Calif prma Petroleum, whiah Was pushed tip - 1-4 points, was found ; tod on unconfirmed rumors df Its beng placed on a dividend as;S. next month iuid report otvtts possible . absorption . ty Standard ' of California; Mexican -Petroleum, very Utile of which is out standing, Juinped 13 points on a tarn over of . 1500 , Shares. Pan-American is ' tues were' strong, .rising over 5 points i each. . . . ' h ' Ui S: .'Steals ; selling ' ex-dividend got hp as Weii. as. 101 S-8 but' reacted la er to 100 f. ,. net gain p t S-8: In ; ftapendcnVels generally dragged be ihind thi.-jfest of . the list on the upturn although iBethlehera .. B and Crucible : ilosed at-leastv a point higher. , E-juip-, metlts ' male " g$od' i;eeoy'ery; Baldwin Jetting tfsj.Tfl 1-2 4ut dropping bttek to JIT 6-j for. A net gain of 2 5-8 at the rtiose. whil' -American sknd Dims Loco- 'Motives, Piiflmaa. . Geaeral Electric anfl 4-'ew York Air Brake were- 2. to 3 1-2 points higher; ' " PersisterfU. but unconfirmed reports ilhst NowTWft. f.Cnfra Wt; be' placed pit aJ7. per cent iasis next month ssntted -in- some-good buying of that ;toek, -h, closed, at 92 M. uo 2 B-: ; 1. 1-3 to nearly-, appoints perog noten ;in cajtimore-. una vino. of a resumption of dividends reflecting speculative- disappointment at the st annual rate. . ' Money rates were easier. Call money opened at 4 1-2 and eased off to 4. There was a fairly active demand for time money at 4 3-4 for all maturities with a few' scatered loans beting made on a live per cent basis. Out of town Institutions are the principal buyers of commercial paper, the best names manddns 4 3-4 per cent. Foreign exchanges were Irregular. Demand sterling got as high as 14.52 1-2 but reacted just under 4.52 later. French francs sold as lowas 6.95. Ca nadian exchange was , again at ipar. Willys 'land ..... 5 Willys O'lahd pr .. 38 Worth Pump ...... S74 Worth Pump B ... 63 5 38 Vx 26 63 Ne BOND 3IAKKET. . Tork. " Nov. i8. Bono ' 26 T4 63 The STOCKS. following is a summary of the transactions on the New Tork' Stock Ex change up to J P. 11: Hicrh. AUied Chem ...... 7iy. Chicago anu Eastern JJlinfilS' 'XSjicacd 'and North western, ' Lackawfcn.naJ. ' iieljishV Valley. I jTKaty common, ,aa pr.eterwa,' jmssoun jicine ;ujrotf''.aii4 preferred, ' and .fwerMarquett". '' ; -' r'TSugars 'wets, strong itng , -need ,'-her,.,iij&-' for';--t!e 'freflned jpoinct. ,:dobakerhi!,-8ot Sown to lir i-t ts;terday,-ffossd; 1M today and closed a nctgain 6fi .hrce paints;'. Other it qivMual trons;BpotB were' .mericac .ftsake Shoe; A-oirt-lfan . Tbbacco B, IAg- I t & Jtrers-,..ManhUan- Blectric Sup Low. 69 Allied Chalm 42 41 Am As Chem ..... SO "sVa Am Beet Sugar .. S 37 Am Bosch -ag 33 33 Am Can .. 70 67 Ltn Can pr ill 111 Am Car& Fdy ...178 175 Am Cotton Oil 17 16 Am Cotton Oil pr .. 34 33 u Am Hide L pr .. 63 62 Am Tel Tel 122 121 "4 Am Tobacco .....151 149 Am Woolen 93 91 Am Woolen pr ....110 110 Anaconda Cop ....'46 45 Associated Oil 114 112 Atch T & S F 100 98 Bait & Ohio 41 39 Bait & Ohio pr ... 68 58 Beth Steel (B) ... 62 60 Beth Steel cu pr ..'94 94 Brook Bap Tr .... 14 14 Brook Rap Tr ctf .. 12 12 Butte Cop & & ... 77 7 Butte & Sup 28 27 Canadian Pae .. ..140T4, 139 Cent Leather 34f 32 Cent 'Leather pr ..70 69 Chandler Motor ... 61 ;i 60 Ches & Ohio 66 65 Chi Gt West 4 4 Chi Ot West pr ... 9 9 Chi-M & St P i 22'4 21 Chi M & St P pr .. 3554 33 Chi & N-west S2 79 Chi i N'west pr ..123 123 Chi R I & P 3: S3U Chile Copper ' -'. Chino Copper 23 Cosden ;. 47 Crucible Steel I. ... 62 Del & Hudson 15. Dome Mines 40 Erie 11 Erie 1 pr 15 Erie 2 pr 12 Fisher Body .....164 Fish Body. (O) pr.. 94 Gen Electrio ITS and Pierce -pil preferred,, the gains W mping irora 4 to m point?.,- ,i:ne usual ' J ilKnif -on thi-. good hcwB''. 'caused a cht ' loss lh American Can, which an- Ance dan initial dividend of $1.25 on vSrB copimon,.hile , Adams Express tiroXe '41re thirftve ' points ' on announcement ITS UP TO YOU Mid S-;l:t Yo--Hobeiw of- Your : I . Grocer. ' " Kenytirt's Rhode Island . Graham rlouy. Brown Bread Mixture Rye Meal Ground Sally from selected, grain by . granite mill stone. . Every package satisfactory or money back. Wide wake grocers : sell them. -, " Usquepaugh, R. I, . ;rV V SOLD BY ' ' : R. F. Smith, A. T. Otis i Son, S. P. Allen, Justin Holden, J. M. VoUnj Eon, Norwich; Oetr)ey fclartce. OeWett 6ity; Plainfieid Public Market. PUinfieH; Braowey, wiinmantic. El spec .... . 10 Gen Motor" ...r... 13 Gen Mot. Deb. 8?,i Gen MotBeb 7 p e.. 97 Great North pr 81 "Great yorth Ore 30 HuppiMoto'r Gar ... 22 Illinois. Central i.. T. 107 Inspire. Cop . . ... ; . -32 irit Harvester t ... -Int Harv pr ; : . . . ;ll7 Int aier Marine .i; 11 Int' Her Mar pr , . . 45 Int Paper 4 Kehnecott ; T2 Lehigh Valley '63 Maxwell Mot A ... 41 Mexican. Petrol ...21f Miami Copper .... 26 W K & Tt full pd . . 33 il K & T full pd pr 30 Mo Ki I "i Mo E & Tt pr i Missouri pacific ; Missouri Pac' pr Nat' Enaii & St . N T Air Bk ..... N T. Air Ek A ... N T Central . ... N Tt H & H ... Norfolk Saath . . Njrfi4k Weft - . Kortli 'Pacific Perm R R Pierce Oil Pierce Oil pr : . . . By Steel Spring . Ray Con Reading .. ...... Reading 2. pr Rep I 8: Steel . . . Rep I. ft St pr . ... South Pacific South Railway . . Tenn Copper . . . Tobacco Prod .. Tob Prod A ...... Union Pacific . . Union Pacific pr t S Rubher ..... U S Rubber pi- . U S Steel U S Steel pr .... yv.tsi tin' Tel . . . West Alf Bft ... West'house El . . . West'house pr 15 ..39 '. 17 ,. 3 . 63 . . 46 . 92 .. 21 . 13' .;114 ' .1- 76 ' .. 45 ... . 4 ..40 ..109 ..IS .: 76 .. 50 . . 46 . ; 83 .. 89?g .. ?2 ... 8T4 . 53 .. 79 ..140, ..74 .". 49 . . S 3 . .101 ..!?! ..109 .. 93 .. 5S .. 73 23 46 69 115 40 10 15 12 163 .94 175 10 13 81 97 80 30 22. 107 31 99 .117 11 48 47 - ; 31 61 41 .'.. 213 23 33 - SO : 13 37 15 41 61 84 6 91 20 13 113-74 45 4 39 109 12 74 50 ' 44 S3 88 21 8 51- 78 140 74 47 83 99 120 109 93 57 13 Close. 70 42 30 39 33 ,69 111 178 11 34 62 122 ' 150 93 110 46 114 99 41 5S Cl 94 14 12?. 28 iio 34 70 61 66 4 9 55 5. ' 35 82 i; i 32 26 46 62 115 40 10 15 12 163 94 173 10 13 81 87 81 39 . -22 107 33 106 117 11 4J :" 48 31 63 . 41 2S1 . 25 S3 30 15 39 V. - 17 42 63 S.P 46 92 21 18 114 75 45 4. 40 109 12 75 50 45 83 ' SS ; 22 p. 79 140 74 49 S3 100 121 169 SS 58 73 , generally moved to higher ground In to dav's market in sympathy with the der cided upturn in stock prices, gains of 1 to 2 1-2 points being quite numerous at the close. ... Heavy selling of New Haven issues OB announcement that the interstate ebrt merce commission's gross valuation Of the road's property was placed at $38!, 797,000. as against the roads valuation of $454,949,000, was one of the fea tures. New Haven 4 of 19" fcroke thTee points, the 3 1-2's of 1954, 2 1-4 and the 4's of 1956 2, while New Tprk Westchester and Boston -4 1-2's yielded 2 1-2. The" par value of the company's total stoclcs and bonds is 8391,487 000. Railroad morteaees generally made good gains,, the Erie and some of th other speculative issues making a sharp recovery after a weak opening. St. Louis and Iron Mountain 4's moved op three points and Seaboard Air Line con solidated 6's. 2 1-2. while Kris convert- role 4's. series D,.- New Tork, Ontario and Western 4's and "Kay" adjustment i 5's each climbed "two points. t-'j Copper and sngar company Hens rati the best, showing in 'the Industrial Vfsion. 'Chile Copner 7'j mprowd S JfiB points. Cerro De Pasco 8's, 2, and Pnn ta Aletre 8's. 1. Sharon Steel & Souther Bel) Telephone 6's, and -Breokv lyn Rapid Transit T and 'certificates 7's. also were In good demand.' There was S good inquiry for tfli butch East Indies issues in the foreign last, the t't of 1947 and 1962 etcn' g't tin? up over a point Vtilth. .Soissons j'S and Mexican 5's. Cz'echo-Slovaipan ?" sold off a point and some of the Frenih governmental acid municipal bonds wrl inclined to ease in sympathy with the weakness in Paris exchange. J U. S. government ibonds mdvej wttnin a range of eight cents on 81(10. gains and losses being about evenly divided.. - Total sales (par value) were $19, 861,000. There were no large offerings to&jr. Announcement was made that the $1 500.000 first mortgage 20-year seven petj cent bonds of the Whltaker Paper com pany had all been sold. They were it- fered recently at par and Interest. Liberty Bonds, -, High. Lew. U S Lib 8s ..100.14 100.02 U S Lib 1st 4s 98.32 98.19 U S Lib 2d 4s 97.80 97.70 U S Lib 3d 4s8.S6 98.S8 U S Lib 4th 4e 98.08 98.0ft Victory 4s ..109.30 100-24 do called 100.04 100.00 Treas 4s 99.38 99.80 Quoted in dollars and cents per' $100 bond. 100.08 8.J0 98.39 980 100-S6 100.00 99.83 Forelsa Exchange. With the exception, of sterltec. W uaalt!ans are In cents per unit of tot Ign cu'reney: Sterling-r- Demand. . .. . ; Gables . . Franca . Guilders Marks Lire .. . .. Swiss francs . Pesetas . . .... Belgian francs. Kronen , Sweden' ;. . Denmark . . . . Norway . . Greece . . Argentina . . . Brazil . . . . . ' MONET. New Tork, Nov. 28.-CalI Money easier- hh 4 i-2; low 4:. fulfng rite 4 1-2; closing bid 4 : offered at 4 1-2 ; lilt loan 4 j call loans against acceptances 4. Testeiday. ...4i51 .... 4.5.2 . . .. 6.95 . .39.505 01 3-1S ... 4.76 ...1S.64 ..15.41 ... 6.35 i.-.. .0014 ...26.9 ....20.45 ...16.4 .... 1-jfl . 83.00 12.60 Ttr hso. 83.9? ' 3.49 6.90 35.5$ 36 4.10 19.00 13.90 6.62 Sj.50 18.56 14.20 4.06 72.30 G DAY 0 HOME- THANKSGIVING But if ydti ianhbt tbe present at the family gathering TELEPHONE! . t .... A personal greeting from ijftu will pleasure to the folks at home. ANY TELEPHONE WILL tARRYVOUR GOOD CHEER ANY ' DISTANCE IN ' . MINUTES TTHE COST IS TlWFUG What Is Going On Tonirfrt Backus nowvltal Nbtscs? Home Bee&t Dance at Elxs' Hall. Buckinshara Cocncil. No. 14. J', o. U. A. M. mets at Lackinsham Me ( r:i Vaudcvillf. ana iuii. t'tk.tt n UroAdway Theatre. woving i-'icturrs ar rrara i nmim, Mcving Pictures at Creed Theatre. TODAY'S EVENTS Centenarr of the birth of Abniias Bogardus, originator of many Improve ments in the art of photography. Two hundredth anniversary of the birth of Benjamin Chew, eminent among the early jurists of Pennsylvania. Fiftieth anniversary of the death Hf Horace Greeley, famous New Tortc edi tor and candidate for president in 1871. Jesse Poroeroy. for 4a years a priaoe ' in the Massachusetts state peniten tiary enters upon his sixty -rui yosf today. Tho seventy-fifth annivmxry of tne Marcus Whitman massacre is to be eota memorated today with exercises at Whit man college. Walla Walla. Today has been fixed as the date t the taking a final vote in tbe U. 8. boose of representatives on toe ship subsidy km V1JJ. The receivership sale of the Pfowett? ef Uu Missouri, Kansas & Texas rallrod is scheduled to take place today at Col bert. Okla and Denlson, Texas. William Mather Lewis, chief of tbe dV Tfrton of education of the United Stf Ml chamber of commerce, is to be the pits etpal speaker today at tne Virytnla 8d- acaxional conference la P4chmocd. Two sisers battling to obtain the eds- viction of the husband of a third sfstai upon the charge of murdering a fogrtfr sister will be the extraordinary sitnadan when the trial of Albeit Umm m miie today at Greeley, Colo. . ANNOUNCEMENTS Church Bros. 11 Ferry street rfE pay a good price for raw fare today. METAL MARKET. ' . New Torfe; Nov: 28'.Copper steady, electrlytic spot and futures 13 7-8 3 14 ; tin quiet, spot and nearby ,36.50 ; futures .36.12 ; iron weak ; No. i: North ern 27.00 29.00 ; No. 2, Northern 26,0023.00: NO. S; Southern !3.00!i 23.00; lead steady, spot 7.i07.35; shic quiet. East St. Louis Spot and nearby delivery 7.00 7.10 ; ami-mony spot 6.50 6.75. : . THE SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE COMPANY BKracnrG greatest cahto TO CITT FOK COICtn 4osef Eosenbiatt. the STextpt trint cantor ox the Jewish race, is to be brourht to this city for a couLCit v. der the auspices of the Norwich Hianiwi Institute. . Cantor Rosenblatt has fast tnned three-year contract with a Philadelphia synagogue and will receive 85,006 nigbt for simjiny Hebrew foOtsonca si4 Tahnodic hymns duriric the two days' celebration 'of Keen Hashana, the Jew sb New Tear, and the Day ot Atacw I ment following. "Toselle." as he Is afreoHonateH fcnown, thus establishes a record as. th highest paid singer In the world. Thts shower ot gold which the fates have thrown in his lap came at a moxoesrf when the Chicago Opera Cpmpanr of I fered Mm 3,000 a night to slnr ft" role of EHeazer n the opera The Jf us, But be declined tne offer necaose &2 erthodox benefs do not" alllow ltira te appear on the stage m the xcake-beuev i regalia of a hero opposIM a I6aVt woman." He refused, despite the CWr ago company's stipolation that hi would be allowed to retain hi Mtrt- arch-al beard, no matter, what the rA be was to play. Trris rXagars of 'emotSos fasefnexex his hearers with aa amaz4ng combtna- non of four voices, lie is a assar Sari tone, a tenor and even a draotaKi soprano. Like Tiffa Rnffo, lie can trinj rith a timbre of tremendous caliber, and, like Galli-Cnrcl. be can to throort the most pyrotechnical eoloratora vase- ages. J) - PiHcSK ' jTsSKi' blcterioli ojist wnosi ocifenniil is celebrated this spent five j ears st'ndying the fcsesiWt ot trt silkwofm, fpf the ds pirtfieai ot ssfituitajri of France, . . Ti. thinnest spots of.. a soap bj:bftle (r less, thin three-milllonths of an injijiick, yet .it la estlraitej. ' tfcil molecules ere. twenty' or thirty deep In tne.se. thinnest place, c . . iBfl man was & fnventttr at s cast for. sods, wsiqr bPttia''teli nsidt hfas i mSia&naWt-' Kt tsrrie the jsitent :n htii picket fo mi IrsKrs fitter he soc- Jeepeo tsig.i.0-t me insrssr. . . COTTOK. New Tork, Nov. 28.-j-SpOt qijiet, middling- 25.45. opttOJi J ' .. THE ROMArNCE OF WOOL TrOM the backs of sheep to the backs of . ..men, the story of wol and How it is con- verted into one of life's greatest necessities fey i. Ci- American Woolen Company reads like a . ' Ttz transportation of raw wool, thousands of rniles to.the mills, the operation of fiftyrnine modern mills,-where intricate textile machines :sc6uf, .card and spin and weave with a dex terity "surpassing that of .human" hands' the .activity of more than 33,600 skilled wofkers,v - and, finally, the distribution of more than 30. " 000 weaves and patterns of woolen and w sted fabrics, famous for their values the wVaHl over all are the achievements-of shouldej3 :shoulder co-operation and fair play. ' v ' ' v . . . . ... Faijitesijdrnpl6yees and fairness to thepdi c--fcofh wfiave value with every threais ?the loom 6f this company. . v ; ,'-,..:. ;..?.'; . ' i C V- ' 'f ''--f-' .-" ,','.' t. : CHICAGO GRA1X 3IAJBRET;. ; Chicago. Nov. SS. indications -ot & , port- business on s? lai-ge scale had a-' a cided' bull'sh- frifect oh the wheat niajri ket today. Prices closed strong i 7-8e to 2 7-8e net higher with .May $1.18 to il.it.l-; aiid.July Jl.07 ,5-8 totl.67 IP Corii 'gained i -i to S-i-8 and oats S-l to t$ 1 l-8c. In protisWris the ouisome varied from 2c decline to a itke ad wuee. ; :' . fforea'gn purchasing orders wh!i& !n some quarters .were assbciated with B'rench plans; to seize the Ruhr region grave the wheat marfcei a soaring ten dency the moment trading began and this tendency afterWard received .'more and more momentum, the close being a, almost the top fissures of the day- In this connection, it was said .a .-leading poeculator on the bear side had afcan-. doned his position, and had - bought j heavily in, order to even up His ae- coums. flieanwnue estimates were cur rent that Emrope had taken more- ttarl 1,500.000 bushels today -in ' addftion -tb 3,000,000 v bushels the day ' befof.-' - Bulls contended fh5t'- navigatib. on the . St;- Lawrence would' end witatn a weei; arid that total stock of bondei arid domtestlB wheat at the-; Atlantss ' jkea board and Gulf :of Mexico and it -Bnfr falo and' on-'the laies' wonW be' sanal a only a couple of' Weeks reqnire'ments for Europe. Unexpected . flrmneas of Liverpool quotations;- heavy tains in Argentina and the tact' that this was a tracitibnsil calendar ' date to feuy whet all helped to stimnlate the aSvafifa, S so tooi did a new redoetion in the esti mated crop surplus Df Australia. ; Corn and bat ascended with.; Cmintra? offerinflBs" rnntAinAi? t!et- "mnA active demand continued from the went an.5 southwest.v -: '- v . Provisions, atnong Aill, rer 'TspTjeld vy cue cf ei2acai . or sobs . . wxo grszEb .5EDAN ire tfafrAing, a- marked preferetiee for Dodfe Brothers Sedam " jChey fidtj it U 'S.-hcmi' fob, and comjAriiWe iti beaaty and elegance wth ear reach biier in pmei ' . ' H atplrtildle ptis&ilfa 'ip&ci esd 6bdjf plaiitj this aedasi i cbostrocted witi all f&B adioaa prMsoh that narlri tijttB finest esstbin bmlderi. "r ' 'r'. Chicago Grata Market. High. 11814 11 107 T4 Wheat Dec .., May'... ' July .., Oats Dec. .t., 71H May .... 70 Jnly '...j SS?i fcOorn- Ben. 43 May ' !.' jnly i. J litttToed. President Low. 116 U4?4 104 S9 89 68 44 ... 39 Cloii Hty 107 70? S9 A blanket mortgage wfH not kefes house . warm in serb weaker. ' . ; RELIABLE LOAtf Ctt P-A.WN BROKER S7 Frinklin Street. . Norwich W Boy and -Sell Now and Second - Hand Articles. - a m BOOKS 0niu kX . Subscription to all American nj -.European Publications. ... v; .SHEA'S NEWS EURHAU Ttai atMl tawasbijai optti ti$ jBreno6 aible.fer the umaaal twillianey ef iti hwtyfc MoptB -of sorrprtced'C &e tiWf of the fi&e, itGisbi firmoeaa. ' .... Trie interior fitting teo art cliSotu Willi CaCAiiJvl- fulesa and rare good taste; The opholaterjt Covered with geo&qap. fpnbmr velvet pf , lift? pen nd bejatiM pattet&iThs i , roomy am huronoua. . . . ; lied disc w&eJa (witiri card tfret) SmSiw. . mares fehidt Brothers Ura. ftetlr- the xmm Airto commt. 163 Afli gttefir . WlsimtlG. -r"- --r-n-T iTQ "sains innie in niin'C s- tTi" ' r .. . . ' r . m . ' V : Two flue Features at Bieadsaj' STsMn Dorothy DaJton and Jack Holt, sup ported by Mitchell Lewis, are the. .tea tnfed players in the Paramount picture On the Hirn Seas, which is .featnivtla the Broadway theatre , today, Leonf Devereuz, society girl., is ampnf the Last to leave a l'ner fcnrning at sea. She M saved by two stokers. Jim andpoUck. They float for days in an open boat be fore sighting a derelict, which flies thi blague, warning-. Ones aboard, PdbxrA becomes unmanageabie. The - dereCjl ails into a terriffe stona. Poladr killed by a falling mast after a fktil in which Jim defends Leone, and ,$is covers that she loves him. Just tbea a battleship comes to the rescue. Ones more among her own sand Leone ig nores Jim. On landing she makes prep arations for her marriage to the mam ta whom she was previously engaged. JI'S kidnaps her on her wedding day and carries her away to bis fraternity Bowse, what follows makes aa admirable ft ture. Irvln WUlot directed.. A large and distinguished asset Br seen-in support of Alice Brady is DWsi of the Bast,- the feature ptotuT today at the . Broadway, which -' Is the second feature-. Besides the prindpals. Ken neth Harlan; MlchJo Itow. 1is--kotei Formosa s -dancer and mime, aaeerida Chedister, Betty Carpenter, arrlet KbtK pa, mrura; ianx nonfla, xl- Taasic-; and Patrjcio Keyes,;- there -were ; eta ewneae, and - a rramfcer at Japanese: sndoo, Korean; Tinssian ansl -.Kiauev extxaa emiaoTed ta lend local eemr est this moving tale at the eacart at a Russian eomnebs tn a Chinese fcrrv. Notice I Continnoos - show Tinil mrn'i mg day an4 Saturday aaS c-et fcoBV 4ay and Saturday thereaftet; - Old Homestead a tho atevesV -' V fiad net Cenman TlKKii'ueVig.- ta - i1 thta variety artist, been attacked by rbeamatism, The OkJ-Hotnestsad tcltht haver have lieen written.-' This els-e. rateh will be seen en the (erees ac Patraraoont- Pkwre at the etnad thsa- tre today Snd Thursday was origtaaSy 4 short -ekitcn- eaUed -iesima Tiiteeras. Mr. Thompson, confined to h4s room tff tne- malady, -wns- -nstHo to eo -V wHf an-dance -nnmoer, and -M -ww-te iae sketch, Dnde -Josh, fee futo-4 . La te . tt - was expanded mto ' a threeaet play and finally- rewritten snd reuUrist eaed The Old Homestead;. M ftrit prodileed ta its fiaal stags-torn ta lt kt tne Boston theatre. Mr. played Uncle Josh tm tbittywo estiva years. v Tbe settings, especially that assisftoi tjta old homestead and the village t Canxey are really ramarkabM. Forts' bs-tses consprisad the viuaga iettbai whisk are uHlmately destroyed' Vy a starm said to b one of the pisst retl ktio ever soctored. James Crass wat he direotor. . A more apprewtat Thanksgtving day feature oonki aot be - An Vocational eamedg dad BetxnVa. 7ews famish the re-nainder ot the pro-trs-n. , i Notice! The Strand Is tnsofdfitlhg st tontuiuoBS show very holiday and Sat- STday, starting With Tpanksgiviag day) Show starts at U0, Doors opea at 2 -clock. ; . Tame Bleeptaf ear t .TkeKew Tork. New Haven st Hartford Bai)road eommenolng- lan nary 1st. illl. win establish thrrmgh' sleeping ear service front Boston to tt. Peters- hnr trim . Ml t k. rAlAnl-J . Rthmm tm eonsectloa with tne Pennayivanta Kadl roadNand. 8eaboard Air Line Rattaray. This service will toe appreciated by the many traveler to Florida front Comeee- Ucut and New Englaod pomtt. .. - Bate at Jewett CHy Cottar. -. hvthxx m cr!co, real esiais Drov ers, have st!d tor AW Wolotkiewics, his cottage located near alary' street lost outside pf the borough of Jewett Clty Conn. The salt was maile to Ed mend Matrltsette of Jwett ett who reoeatly sold his new bungalow oa 3tus eeU street through the same ageacy. KWtSUted BaUreat Ticks! fsai, 'r For the first Vsni since the rxr Get larabert of CliS Street iis beta ' ar pointed oua;detleet e-?nt. fct . T. asd Grand Trunk riilwmdi. &ep jvSfr. '