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iNQgrvViCH BULLETIN, if 5 1922 WILLIM ANTIC NORWICH BULLETIN 1 Chaveh stt- TIM" l4 A review of the ihanuf&etuflnjr cOndi :tK3 'n this city cleaily show that Wil umont s still tat:trinf end Has net as yet gotten feack utn its feet. Th' ?ftct, made known on 'ho era of a, new ear la nf vital lrtttJc; t6 the WegC corner ancl th. rr.erohsnti alike. T-Ua rf-vlew shown variations in the testHe business whioii is an important factor In eltys business life. There are neiv ,!lva thousand wnge earners m tnrs city, nl whom afcout 3.500 are omifl'.oyed in he textile plants and live hundred in xher manufacturing concerns. Tne re rr.alnder are employed in business nouses; oftlees, ele. RusinoKg ' rot en'iro'v iiraV. : Rough .practically all of the textlift plant of Will'.mantic ato Operating iii full time. It is fttn.ted by the heads of these rohcerm that hitlers aM coming in at a good rate but they do not an ticipate any great rush during the com ing winter, and It Is further stated that with the exception or one plant the number ot operative will vrase from 10 to 13 per cent less than in previous years. The majority Of the plants are em ploying only a sufficient number of op eratives to ltfep tho plants working efl full time. The American Thread com nnr no- employs about S.500 onerh- tives, thr.. Is about ellit per cent lees than In uuy tlme. ,, The Quldnlck-Windham Cotton com' mny Mate that on account of a slump in business they will have to reduce th running time. When the plant is In full operation about five hundred op eratives are employed. At present there re only about four hundred on the list- It is the oplhlon o( the heads of the Rossie Velvet company that the plant will continue on full time during th winter months. They how employ sbout 250 operatives. At the Holland SiSk Manufacturing company business is fairly good anil orders are doming In steadily but not As fast as lata year t this time. According to , prospects the two htrh dred now employed will Work full time luring the winter, Beventy-fve operative are working full-time at the Windham Silk Company and the concern states that business ! MOTHERSJO llS - piokhur up. At the three small plants of the H. K. ana W. A. Washburn com' pany a slump in business is being ex perienced and the contpany how em ploys only afcou sixty hands. The J. D. Chaffee Silk Company is running In full schedule. The Wlllihiantic Machine Company and the Vanderman Manufacturing Company are employing much less hsli) than in normal times. ' Business Is re ported good at the Smith-Winchester Manufacturing Company, Boiith Com pany, the I. SI. HartsOn Com.pany of ; JJoftlt Windham and the C. K. Harris Company of, North WindTTam. j Rev. t'redrric r. Forshay ef lalrBeiil.: Me., has accepted the call to become pastor of the local baptist church and he has written that he would assume his hew duties at the pastorale on Jan uary 1. 1823. The local church has been without a pastor since June 1 oc ins to the resignation of Iter. Arthur TDeming Carpenter. V reception wu recently tendered Mr. and Mrsi Lundger Lussie rat the home bt the former's parents. A lunch-on TVSts served and dancing was enjoyed. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Cle ment LuSsier, Mr. ana Mrs. t-ugene I.ussier, Mr. and Mrs. Bimel Jjussier. Mr. and Mrs. David Caya. Iiefla Lussier, Eugene Lussier, Yvonne Lussier. Donnt Lussier. Antonia Ltussier, Leonie Lus- sler, Rudolph Lussier, Loretta Dussier, Mr. and Mrs. Citalie Privee. Aura Fri vee, lphus Privee. Wilfred Privee. Leonel I'rivee. fiertha Privee. Mary ftose Richards. Mary Irene leharfe. Joseph (irenier, tenuis Deludej Mr. Chal irous and Mr. Giradlin. Tho funeral f Mrs. Isaac Boy wM held Monday morning at 8 30 o'clock from the home of iPerre Roy at 22 Wal nut street, followed by a requiem high mass in St. Marys churoh at 9 o'clock. Rev. I. J. Panillon officiated. A dele gation of the badies of St. Ann society and Conseil St, Cecile met the body it was beina borne into the church, and escorted it to the sanctuary rail. T:h banner bearers were Mrs. Gedeon Cote, Mrs. Napoleon Maheu and Mrs A. Caisse, Mra. Joseph Ijebiond, Mrs. Jo" seph laariviere, Mrs. Pasquale Gannon and Mrs. Honore Tellier were the cftn opy hearers. Special singing was ren dered by the Ladies of St. Anne Society choir. Burial Was in St. Joseph's ceme tery "Where a committal service was conducted at the grave by Rev. Father Fa-plllon. The hearers tvere Joseph I.a riviere. Joseph Plclie, Pierre Roy Jr. Ade'.ard ROV. Eugene Roy. Philb) Roy. i The funeral arrangements were in j charge Of the HUfteau-tJosse Corpora tion, j The funeral of Charles Reberison wan j held' from the home of ills daughter In j North Coventry, Monday afternoon at J j o'clock. Burial was in the North Cov- entry cemetery. Charles Robertson died recently at i the home of his daughter. He was SS ' years eld. The deceased was born in , Boltuate. Mar., but had been a resident 'of North Coventry brastically all of liis ' life. Hs leaves one dausMter. Mrs. Fos i ter C Hall, on granddaughter. Mrs. Florence" H, Hall, three nephew? ' Oeofge It, Of Willlmantlc "and Walter f.d Fi-ed Of Kanss. The funeral services for Charles ' Qilaih were held recently at 62 North j Street. Rev. David R. Overton officiat I e4. Burial was in the L.iltwood ceme tery, CoteHestef. The Jay M: Shepard estate had Charge of the arrangements ' the fanerai t l.&tir tasi wan ltIil Stop That Nagging Ache! D every rrewre v TelU Story" irregularities. Don't wait until it is too late! ness. ' Get back your health while you can. help you. Ask your neighbor! AV after flay the same, old nagging backache! Lame, stiff and achy in the morning tortured all day long with stabbing, rheumatic palfls. It's lit tle wonder that evening finds you weak, tired and nervouatoo worn-out to rest or relax. But can you afford to neglect these warning signals? That constant backache, you know, is often Nature's first hint of weakening kidneys. Other symptoms fol low in quick succession headaches, dizzy spells, jumpy nerves, "blue' spells, and distressing bladder Every moment's delay brings added danger of serious kidney sick Use Doaa't Kidney Pilh. Doan't have "helped thousands and should What It Going On Tonight Norwich Exposition at State Armory. Catholic t omen's Council Concert at Community Hutwc. Central Lafcor LnioB mecttns at T. A. 1). Hall. Shucket Lodge. No. 27. L O. O. F, men at Odd Kel.ows' Hall. Norwich Ned. No. Ui. O. O. O.. meeu in Owis- iiaiL Ionti: CajuT". No. 74, M. W. A-. meets in Kleiner Hall. Kt James Ixxlre. No. SI, F. and A. ii me-l at Mammie Temple. Htvr of New Knfland l"lre. No. ISI4. n. i;. O. of O. F., meets at S V'et Main iirel. riara Barton TenL No. , V. of T, mecl in Huc-hintham Memorial. Stater LoJ. No. , Ki K. O. P. hieeta In Uermania Hall. Su Mary g T. A. and B. Bottetjr nwett IB T. A. H. HaJU Vaudcvillr and liotlnj riclures ai firoadway TVeafre. Moving Pictures nr Strand Theatre. I.'o ing Pictures at Urced Theatre. Read How These Norwich Folks Found Relief: George Conrad, fnetanman, 211 Palmer St, says: "I have had attacks of lumbago at times causad hjr the con stant jarring Of the eat. Some morn ings when I first got Up my back wis lam and sore. I had severe pains that felt as sharp as a needle, cutting through my kidneys. I had dizzy Spells, toe. A friend advised me te try ' fJoan's Kidney Pills and I did. They have always cured sjch attackr. Doan's do their work quickly." Mrs. E. H. Chapirian, 12 Stanten sayti "I Was feeling miserable with my ek. I didn't knw what caused the treuals but I made ua my mind it came from my kldrtey. Every move felt as though a knife were Cutting into my bank. When I moved quickly, I felt dixy. A friend knew 6f my condition and told me te try Dean'a Kidney Pills. Ooah's gave me great relief. I have had te us dean's enly one in a While sihee and they have alwayi given the tame gsed Benefit." Hiram U. Neff, tfiS E. Main 8t, says: "I have used Dean's Kidney Pills off and en for attacks ef kidney trouble and rheumatic pains. The pains seerh te settle mostly in tny back and across my kidneys. At times they are to bad I ean scarcely get around. I am hardly able te stoop or straighten on account ef the pain. At such times I use Dean's Kidney PHI and they al ways remove the pains and my kid ney become natural in action.'' ESSBajBSBfiSSS&tafi&fin m Doaim's Kidney Pills Foster-MUburn Co., Manufacturing Chemist, Buffalo, N. Y TODAY'S EVENTS P.-. Kev. John J. Cantwell today- ceke" brutes his fifth anniversary as Cathoi: bishop of Los Angeles. Hlr Henry Thornton, the new head r4 the Canadian National Railways. ! to tx ontertained by tire Montreal Board oi Trade at a hmehcon toflay. Municipal oflloers are to be elneted to day In It out of the it cities of Maaaax ehusetts. fharxes acainet C. J. Kropriva, th ousted auditor of Porte county. N". r are to come up" for a hearing today al Bowbells, X. D. An Idaho statewide conference of farau ers. fruit KTOwers and dairymen Is te bs held at Boise today for the coftrt4eratfcpa: of aerrionltarai and kindred probletrev The ap7l tcai Ion of the St 'lArnct Ttiver Powts- company for iwrmlimn t ounsiruct a dam on the South Sao It ohatto n-1 of the fit- Lawrence will be heard te day by the International Joint cowntratlev n waminc-lon. Every druggist has Doan's, 60c a box. When the Children Cough, Rub Musterole on Throats tad Chests No telling ho feoOfl the Symptoms may develop into croup, or worwi. Ajtd thu' hen ycru're glad you have a jar of Musterole at hand to giva protipt relief . It does not blioiei'. Aa fust aid, Musterole is exftuV.it. ThoosandB ot mothers know it. You should keep a jar ready fur instant use. It U th reined? for addt too. Re Hm sort throat, bron'-bitio, tortTltitiR, croup, stiff heck, sathtna, neuralgia, headache, ctmtiaft, pletaisy, rheu natisrn, lumbago, pains and aches of 1A1r i Ate- fa oV.yl, lrti Mr,t aKiMMlAH ZSZiZLirnXTZrZtZtR Sunday at the Congregational Church l . 7!? . ui, un ; House in this city. Rev. Harry S. Me- .ireok 1 11 may preveni pneumorua;, ; Cready officiated. Burial was in tho I Scotland cemetery. . The bearers were i llalph Bass, Mark B Bass. Egfrert A. 'Bajs and E. H, Cook. The arrange ments were In charge of the Jay M. ! ShepaM estate. r- - Several ' Humbert er the Trmtmantiit I Branch felUbs of the Leonard Tallorim Company, Inc., and the Golden Ttalor- '. Comnariy of New Haven stated on Slonday tltat they are to take leeal Tjro- ceedtnis against those eorrtpan'es to re fund amounts that the merrfbers paid In with the expectation of securing eitllei suits of oyereoats on Weekly iaimients. with a chance of winning out on eetly arwint. Werk was started Monday br the Max Pollock Thread ComCfefly at Gro- ton for the aye shop at that place,. About two years ago the fir to removed 3uc and 65C Jars and tubes. f ef rer,tAft m muittrj ptcnler DENTIST Dr. F. C Jackson SPEilALtriNS IN PAINLESS EXTRAGTINQ MS XAIN STrtEET. WfLLtMArliTlO THE HURTEAU AND BOSSE CORP. HOUSEHOLD rURNISHINOS FVwErTAL P)"CTO3 AND . EMBALM! m. M4 Rail Streei, 'Wmn.An, Cssm. Phviu 691-2 K&oiirey Bros. CWBAJLtEKRS) Phwnw M AeV Atattla . JAY M. SHEPARD ftawrsJ Director & Emfaaimfir Kh42 noKTH ST. WSLLrSIANTIC UtdH Aatitti(t. Tt CcMmefJeft 5 - Safe For Infant, invalid ChiUfrn The Oriejbal feed-think for Afl Ages. C--IrtSJiHocDi.raBGeiFotintalra. ablrtfoma. Nowbhjns-Ka cooking. STAfhsd baitalkms aod SfibEtiMtteS ' Willis Auto Express WILLWANtHC OFFICE 41 Churoh Street Phone KORWtCH I OFFICE 118 FrankHn Strtat Phone 1S12 NEW lohdon Office 8 Bank Street Phone 823-2 Round Trip, Mhv Wed. and Fri. MURRAY'S BOSTON STORE Conn. WARM APPAREL : FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS In thi lnfanU' Weai- Section on the second floor ytm wEl find on display teeney ganneats of a quality and lit prices tM will surprise every mother who has been hTthe hahh of sewing baby's needs herself . Wool Sweater!, Wool . Leggbgs Knitted Bon nets, LHtle Bath Rcfeeaj Coals, Knitted Sacques, Knitted Sett Ifl thrw piece Brushed Wool, etc., in a variety of colon and color combinations that will please the little one. ; , THE H. C. MURRAY CO. its Jiiaht to Gfoton but the dye e1ip tas 'ueeh since maintained at Conant ville. A Williihantio radio elub for the adf vancement of rfedlo lh Wiiiilnantic and vicinity has been formeS. Hudson Bar rows is secretary of the new cliib. The two portable voting booths re cently purchased by the town of 'Wind ham have arrived and are now in sec tions in a local barn. They are 18 i)!1 20 feet and are to be placed as voting aces in the third and fourth voting istricts, - John J, jearde. an employe at the Witlimarttie Machine Company, was sl'igrhtly Injured Monday morning when his hand caught in a machine. Tilt St. Marys choir boys, under the direction of Joseph F. Gaudreau, will so to Taftvilte :n a few weeks vhere they will taMfe part In art enter tairriient there. Mr., and Mrs, James L. Harroun oi 231 Aorth street announce the engage ment of their daughter, Mildred, to Er nest Wesley Collins of Columbia. Mr. CoUirrs is emplojefl in artford. Mrs. E. C. Spears returned to hi? home ih Wefteid, Mass., Monday after fisit with hef parents, Mr. and jars. W. C. Norris. Mrs. Eugene feUfditk and Mrs. Ma- rice Keilfey Were Visitors in Hartford Monday. Miss Edith Turner Bark. daAter of Mrs. M. S. tark. underwent Sh oper- atkh for attpendlcltis at St, Joseph's hospital, Monday nHorrling. Mrs, Dofl H. Curtis has returned from Washington, t. C., Where the has been spending a BWnth 111 eoifrpany With her toother. Mr. and Mrs. t. Royie iioomik ot Herat Britain, were recent Quests of Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Clark of thJs ilty. Miss Helen Cohen, daughter ot Mr. ahd Mrs. PhiHp Coneft has returned front a few days' stay with Mr. aw Mr Irn Welser of Bfooltlytt. Jdd-e arid Mfs. George H. AndrcTrt of The Kdses reeently entertalheSJ timr cniniren ana panocniiarcil at a very , pleasant tufkey dinner. Mr. ad Mrs. Hay Ii. IiObltWood and fanHly oi Westfieid. Mass., were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Spellman. island, it turned out Monday that the newly married couple went on a secret honejlnoon. visiting at the Home of Mr. flriSgs' Sister. Mfs. Lrt!s Ji. ?0tter of Xarragansett Pier, ft t. WILI.IM A N TIC CITT MEETING tOttS AKKUAIi AtTBOPRIATlOX (Special to The Bulletin.) Willimantic, Be. 4. Jtt the fchhtal c:ty fr.eetin held toMht at tll6 Icwfl hall Mayor Charles A. Gates presided. Only about tweaty-five voters v.-re present. It was Voted to aeoeUt the ffthbf t of the city treasurer aftd of the heads of the different departments. Th tltjr Was authorised to borrow ntoney ffSm time to time to defray the expenses 6f tile city and the sum borrowed is not to e ceed tne amount as states By tile ap propnatlons. The ajpnprlationS Voted Were 63 fol lows : Fire department .... $54,00190 :re department for repa rs and hose 2,00i.dOi Police department .. tS.000.08 Street, trap r3t and tftiok ' 54,064.00 LiRtrtirig streets i 13,000.09 tflT .... 4,610.00 rife aiarm 1,064.00 Interest MO0.6O Contingent , 000.09 Trimftlihg trees and v li streets . ttOO.oo Ment tOO.OO PlHTrAmg ltisDetOf SOO.OO MalflUtBing sewers .1 !, 300.06 Coliettihg taxes and assess ments 1,500.00 New streets :t,000.00 Fot briaee 1.000.O0 Qarbage coUettor ' 2.. '00.06 City yard e.a Police court appropriated... 500.09 prirttine and advertising ... lofl.oo Sidewalks : 1J.000.08 Ice 3,500.06 Parks . aSO.OO paving permanent 10.00O.00 Bloctton ' i.iOO.60 Removal f sflOW and icd- . . 3,(09.60 ft Wad &! the iltK anniversary of their fbarriagL Mr. and Mrs. RavmnnA Cn((r'l trtnt thankflgivhiS iri Natlck, n. 1. Mf. arid Mr. Blrdsey Pa'mer enter tained kiVMil fflends Thankseivina flat. j-ne sonooi closed Wednesday for the TljAfrsfcllng vacation and will resume Sessions Monday, bed. 4th. Mf. and Mrs. deorffe Gllmore and dadthter fcfad a friend are spending a few diya at tne hotno of Mrs. Thomas Palmer. THEIR MARRIAGK. gCKB SCYSBAL M0STH8 (Speeia! to The Bulletin.) Willimantic, Deo. i.- It Was made knoWn M&iiaa fflat federal Prohlbl- tWn Bltforeemefit OfMeef Stanton Ii. Brigge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brians 6T LebitiOn, And MiSS EVA G. Curry, dadfhtef ot Williani V. Catty of Lebanon, were ma fried last Sirfflertur. Mf. Brigfi, Who iS wWely Known fchd has a large liufidbef Of friends tli this elty, has fluecesgfulljr kept his marriage tinder Cover W to tW tiffle, While Mfg. Brigg eom$leted hef tfttiffihg as nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Briggs state that they win e at home to. their friends after next week, at No. 22 H!gn street. tms city. , Last summer Mr. Brians went on a rather mysterious vacation sayma that he wad gains on motor trip to Rhode DOES HOT HAVE 10 TAKE PHYSIC 4 Wa-tiirss" ereiflif Osmplste RsHsl AsStokd, J?bw Yoamw I tried seTeral kinds of physio for OTer thtk4 years ar)d( ef ddtffffi, whilol I todk U eyety iiighi fay hotels would oov; bnt U boos u I itoppsd takiaa; physio, I would 6 CoflStipa ted sad Wfutd hats files telftibly. ; J boufht oaehoi of "Fnit4-tit8' ad took . them, Kow I am abt troubled any adre with Constipation of Piles. "Jrnifra-tif eg" tr -ftnU Lata raitoi"Ieftn6after-tfecfeaiidfiowI do not haTa tons physls". . -' Mrs. 36m CAl?0z2t C0 a boa, C tat fS.M), trial slf Sue. ; At aealers Of from FRUIT-A-TIVE3 limited, OODEKSBURG, N.Y; . Total $15MSS. TH meeting Wad adjourned at t.tt O'ctook. COLCHESTER Mr: and Uta. f: S. SaJter aaa Clart Otis ntowred tn Katnteh sslIumihs. D&tiiei Rorers of saien wa a weeit end caller ift tOWn. Robert Brooks Of Wesleran WHS th etMst of his HarsntB. Pfof. a,ftd MM. James J. Bfookfi. oil South Mala eVeet for the ThanltsKIVm f eeees. The seteomen Held 4 meetlnA id thmr I room lh BUS'.i's tnoea Saturday. FfteB Jones of Heron was oAUlne o friends in town Sunday. John Willis of Milunctea was a eallet Here gatdftiay. At the morriiM nioe ia in Ceare- tratiomtl cBUreM gosdar the bacaot. Ber. W. (7. Befckinan. Dfeaened. UklM AS hlf mhmt the Kbit' Business. The ChHe& tum Endeayor society neid their meeting in the chapel at $.50 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Qeorxa H. ChaMtMR of Koxwich were cuesta of ItrS. EiaMh i. Bimrha.ra en Broadway Sunday. The board ef warden and bttftfeMea beta, tfleit rearuiar month ry Aeetlnet M their room in the firdMntm Moeday rM' inf. '; Clayton D. Batten and brother M Daat fiaupion were catUers here Monday. Arthur Giflory of New HWVen Wa at hie home in Hamrnond's eourt the put week. W. M. fimitlt ot WeaMyan breached at morning and evenlnj oen'icee of the Blre Ust church Sunday. - Km Elite etfont and daotntnr, Mlse Belle, hae fetiirned from a few day visit with Mrs. stratf dantHter, Mn. Hattie Reynolds, in korwiea. Schools opened Monday themSBf after the Thanksgiving teessd. The reu)av aervieev' were BeM is) the ohttrch Sunday, and an erceUeitt Thaakau rhring sermon Waa pl-eaohed try Rev. . P. MatheWsoik The evening eefVtee VU m oharae of MmMarala ThofrnMOn. Deaeext Cooa add sort Clark went U New landed lift Sunday to sail oft Har old Saunders, who it a pmtieM id a Ms tiita.1 there. - - Mn. Oenfte Palmer haa retuned home from vieit in Canescfiet. Mrs. Juliet Pi Boarttman Bid rettfroed to Momtiair, K. J,, after spendtnf aeverai weeaa at itef homw here, tim Sarah T, PAtiner and Miaa Cll Partner- are sefinf -thelf Tlhtfiksl(fvin vacation at their home here. ; Mr- and lire. George Palmer entertain ed several, relatives on Tbaok&sivtna' day irthLtA.it KKMP AOAI KSCAPfiS FOM iAll, (Special to fhe Bulletin.) Wlliiniantlc-, 4.Wllnatn Kenvp has again escaped frmfl tho Wlrtdhajni countgr jail after belht btoUgnt back there Monday Afternoon abort 4.3 o' eiK by Couhty Investigator William K. Jaehson, who made the trip to Benin for hlitl; When the handcuffs wers taken of! Kemp's wrists he darted through the door and aisajtbedrcd . before Jallrtr Clark had time to draw hie gun. Kemp recently escaped from the Jfcil and Was later apprehended in BHIfi. It Was stated by lnvestiltatW laSin that Kemp bided his time and behaved wen on the trip- back te the Jan. Five minutes After bis arrival at the Jail office, he escaped aein. jail keer ers, local police and the county sheriff took up the pHretflt IttmtedUtely tMt items tifHtrifft&rea eofiipleteiy. He last seen runnirtir towarfl thu trrmm mi BfotikitB tnd It la htilrtf hM ha it. oe in niaing uiere, Aectffdfhlf to (Hi tnr fnld tiV ant jauer Cbanea PrK(r, wn Was in emir or tne pfisener, Kemp eeented r&doftcllea to nis fecajKUfe and Was Uken to the jail office Where hi fcarid ctiffs were removed. Kemp then took Off hid OVeroMt and Willi out 1 WOrd of WarnlM threw It Over Parkefl WA White the.jailef ws KfagtrUflg in the imos or tne coat. KefnfB bolted Ihfouirh tne omrs aoYtr ana un nrmn fn -a Parker fneanwliiia had freed himself of the sat and with another jailer Took up the pursuit kemp. However, outdts- taneea tham. Kernp escatied from the same ia.i Noveinier 4 and wA captured in Ver nront Decemlber 1. He M brouattt to wuramantw eany toflay and Was held m tne mai jail for two hours. Later he was taken 18 Brooklyn br tntomn. Site amt, durtfif Ol 20ffllte trip, jraa haftdtMffed. He wad arrested fn irtfiam ia ooto her on a harge of stealing the fixtures and contents of two antomcSIles add Was behyf held for the January term of the superior oolirt. ANNOUNCEMENTS Easentble and Terir la Cmihienitj Aa The Zlmmer Harp Ensemble and Da Ross MacAlister, tenor soloist. Will ap (tear this Tuesday evening, Dec 6th, in the Community house. Church street un iet the auspices of the Connecticut Council of Cathotle womert. The following delightful program will be rendered: Harp Trio 8:anlshes Tana Holy To a Wild Rose McDeweii-Zimmer Usance of Unemes Kogers Tenor Aria Questa Qullla from Iliioletto Verdi Mr. MacAlister Harp Solos ' Gar&tte Bach Theme and Variations Moeart Dante de Sylphes Godefroid Tenor Solo Mf Mad Alister Aria and Recitative from Xerxes Handel Hafp THo Accompaniment Harp Solo All Through tile Night Weleh Air ImptOftrpta Thomas Miss Ziromef Group of eofied delected Mf. Mad Alister . Harp Trio' Prelude frbffi LUcIl de Lamtnermoor Old Irish War March ChafaeteHslle Reverie Roger Welsh National Anthem Mlse Nellie Zlmmer, A deli Graves and Carolyn Riei are the harp! at Mr, De Ross MaeAllster wll be the tenor soloist. The WaeeerMian Fiaad will be furnish ed through too oourtety ot the Plt- Cadden oe. The stage will be decorated by Otto V. ErnSL The other attraetioa m the eonfse Will he en Jan. ' 2ard when Oface Bags, the famous dramatist appears. Course tickets Lff; single admission $1.00. Tickets are on sale at Cranston c Co.. Broadway. ANNOUNCEMENTS Te Have aad Te Held, a Meter f Ba eeprlMial Chares asd BflfUaSM al B i mm ii ay S'ew. The elaborate court of King Jamee I of England, a reproduction of hWorie Jamestown. Virginia in 1:0; a fight be tween a pirate ship and a victim vessel, colorful properties and cotms galore, these are the big features of "To Have and To Hold," a romantic sereea Mary produced by George Fit man rice which will be on view at the Broadway theatre today and Wednesday. "To Hare and To Hold" Is a prodw- tion or exceptional brilliant. Headtfiff the cast are such noted players as1 Betty Compson, Bert Lytell. recently a star to his own riRHt, Theodore Roberts and Theodore tCosloff. The adaptation W tralda BerfWV) at Mary Johnston's story swerve to James- tfwn. then to a desert Island off FlorWe, then aboard a pirate vessel, M a manner that make "To Hav and TO Hoid" re markable for action as well at enter and costtimes. Bert Lttell and TheoooN Koslofr are the principals In a series ol thrilllhir duels. Others subjects include Lloyd Hkmltfos in a comedy rlel The Speeder" to d Belt hick News. Fine Prgra ef Twe TrmtmTDt si Straad That yesterday's audience be wit nessed the two fine features at tM Btrand were well pleased could he aeea very easily by their smiling faces. Sadie Doyle was a specialist m men. She knew them as an aviator knows hit mattilne-control or a banker knows the money-market They were hef stock ia trade. Trapped in a big raid. Sadie faced ths most difficult situation of her career. The rest of the (tans were in handcuffs will policemen guarding every doof aftd win dow. It looked hopeless. No! Theft was just a glimmer of a chance. It Is one of the bis dramatic momentr In Thomas H. Iftce't Hkln Deep at Ui Strand theatre. Another part has been found for Misf Viola Dana, tne little Metro star, whles seemingly was especially constructed t provide her with an opportunity to nvs play tliat reckless deviJ-may-eare Vora ciousness in the portrayal of wbteS th Is surpassed by no actress. They Like 'Mm Rough" t Bnt eWest vehicle and It opened yesterday M th Strand theatre, where an appreciative audience gave every sign of complete sat- IsfacUoa with both the star and T sta ture. The story la a most amnetng of), With a touch of adventure ana wen nararea with thrills. This it the seewnd featwre on the program. Ask your friends Whaf they thought of the show as the! r will surely come. The size ana height of rooms tn na tive House in japan are more stand ardhted that! the foont dimensions ia the htasea of any ether soon try. (Sycniaffiaewti. " ibyOMrpHctUe- 1 T -e i v s- J am Xl7MiUlmJnUUYurlg p6n - t Experiment with Food your Baby's TjOfMDBTS Ea4d Brand MBit Sj itheatarsW41itfsntfoe1.: Ithat been uted for atlffn. ' Cotsntlessi raothert hate found that it Injllda trtelf, fobu fstaithy ehil drtft. Phyttalsstt niMiaHMa It Is j MubbeMt feeding tmu - it SaU Be is easaly d tested and aXlppliaa suiiptet Eafl Iranst IsnsH "tv Mred" food at all. It Im mii mars eetmtrr mfik witti pure sugar, Iteaatbapur eawet WfMtwvsjs y)tl Wd. THE BORDJ&N COMPANY Mmmlm tf Bmim', tjsi iarf mf. Jstaaajajatjf's ktwikW0 sVstAM sVb9 )Wnf sPbIp I . m no Orshaae ef the &Urm mrftr't Ambitleas EVert, Ksw Ssaalag ad tg Breed theaer. The public of this cofmwunlty hav an opponunity ta see D. W. Oflffhh'g latest picture sensation. Oro-har) es? ths Storm, a United Artists' release, whisk will be shown at the Breed theatre to day. Wednesday and Thursday. TM t a tremendous photoplay but Med Mt the story of D Efmerya Old stage favor ite. The Two ortman. ami k Mr. Grif fith's most ambitious effort. He hopes by this picture to provide contribution to history of the past, "re senting it in an anderstafldable. yet forcefully dramatie manner, w heresy might carry a wartime for a future that ean only escape mistakes of the past, f avoiding their cause. Mr. Griffith alms to hrirf fh ftetr and lesson of a time when or Very etv ilizatlon hung in the bKme V9 the minds. of the millions Hi this country la a manner more eoftvtnetog rhan by aetn of feeoks. Realizing full weft hh obligations and fegponstbllltles. be has avoided no expense to have every detail thoroughly aod historically correct. A better appreciation of our owe gorera ment ander which we lire, and a desire te thrwart in every poserhio way the wiaehmatkms of those who WOKld dfe tarb the social an economic) order whlc . has made os great, is Whdf. he kg t bring abovt. The ieedmg or title Shaatensa4Sos M Orphans of the Storm are essayed hf Miss Uitlan Olsh and Mis Dorothy OMh, other snnelpais are Joseph Sehildkraot Frank Losee, Catherine Bntmttt, Monte Blue, Sidftey K. Herbert, Mnrgan Wt laoe, tmellle La Verne. Sheldon Jiewl. rrank Pnglle, Creightoft Male, Leflie Kins, Kate BTMa. Leo Kolmey mad Aooinn licstina. Tew ihossanda olhorf are seen m the esriows some. Cnaeetlea Ceflefe f3eareWe tne lecturer at coftvoeation at Coriaeo- tleut eollege Tuesday at 4 O'olocn ! will be WarreA K, MooreVad, Seid -recwr of the Arehaeokigieal gurrey - ef New fengtand. - Subject : New Atglend Indians and Reveal KaploraUena U KlW Kitgland. Hi eaeavhtSons in Hew Hhgladd and of ancient Conneoticat espeeiaJly are ot local interest objects of art and ntllltf, er ornament and ceremony- trearatts id wonder at and to learn from Mr. Moorehead. whe spoke last Wtffir before the New Londoa Ooaniy Histar'nt Society, Id at present hlterneie in a movement to recover and piesuve these relics of ancient man, whtcn are ef C aeational and historiaal raloe. -A an aathor, Mr. - Mnarelieal hie eontribsled to ths srsdy f arebaroUrry several valaable worfta, tased on hi iff vestlgatlos of Primitive tUa hi Amri- V Kewpow i a. m.) I think 1 little dear will go to irV MOW K rit ism out the gas. , Xewpop If he doesn't. Til go into tha bathroom and turn it on. t'ew Tertt. Ban, - , . ... . 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