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NORWICH BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1922
WILLiMANHPIG ' J- "! - - - 1'- NORWICH BULLETIN vtmamattr-oinnr" Ctank 8tm Telepbene ion SeVersi"'ott)ie "local 'merchants hav tppirtatKef trouble nt 't'; least twa bitl'MWWli'afte abiwsr in the Jfetf Haven court next Thursday -as the' re Wf'el an "aUered fleecing by Ihe'Oamp iMil t2iM Company Of" Sr, Yorkfcity. ''apt yMrV ago-representatives-of T?f 7!1, t. number , of local merchants hades k end llChts. Aooording to the contract the Tight waa to be a 60 watt lamp and tqaieped with r camjell 'shade it wootd throw as orach light as a' 120 ratt-ilatnjk'wlth - an ordinary shade. The kaapaviware to be soM on ' thst-lnstall-Sunt plea and were to be taken care Bffey?anresetrUrtWes of ' the company I wring the term of payment " The mer chants founds however, that after - the gt JnAfteen ijiti for some time the ihmiiT became red hot. They had the siBifi tested bya . local electrician. ahdJ K - was discovered that -the tamp' were at 1M watts,, and furthermore the com paoydldanot abide.' yMhe terms of the contract-in sending men to take care 05- thK-l amps or .to, remove the lights in oa' payments- were stopped.- Accord tag to some of the local buyers they dtsuiuUiined to use the lamps and no tified ah eoratauiy to oome and remove tMenl, mhatfelug that :. they had been mts tapi teemed; r Others agreed -to -continue kriw the' shaifae if the; company would provide SO watt lamps for .-the shades. Tkrtsirw' done- by rthe : company : :- but wrtta of attachment were recently made ott to.-snits: against Joseph Astman and Oliver Cbartler. who refused - to' have arty more to do-with the lights and had luialy notified' (the .company. i that Ifcey warited. thenf removed; - Some tame lege !' poiiee ooart: Kugene .Leseoe e the Lescoe bakery, was acquitted of tfee ' 2arirer f assault upon one:. 'of ' the representatives of' the company, who in states that ' Uai.iue : pay -for the niisrepre taota4lsnp "-: '- ' v f weefcTy nteetlag and hneheon of thai rTOfllmantio Rotary Clufc-was, held. Tuesday ' boos with ' President Valentine I I li T wuub, u r me gave report of the committee ap patetod 'to .make arrangements ' for the la-sal eJufe's representation - at the joint' Ladles' ' Right t the Norwich, New Lon das and .WiUlmantic clubs," to ' held on -tb evening of January 10 ait Nor aOclu.v A -report of the boys' work com- . w T ' Oatc a'-- .. A committee of three consisting of Cbmrtea W. Hill, Herbert W. Hrtber and Raymond A." firker ' was "appointed t- revi ill. newi' Ooirstltntlorfj aad tor re garV' av futare Bleating ..of the nw Ptank H. Trvea, P. J. Laramee, James P.: Mustard, ' J;.'E. SulSvan and J. B. Wsllntoa. were appointed a committee T-Bw !l make investigations relative to (IM'"peesiMlxrr of: organising ar- clob.'n Putawnv' " - - : -'N " ' Mfhatneetliig' was adjourned byne t-v'; t .,, . i WHis Auto Express . WriCMANtlC OfFfCE Church Straet - Phana 1062 li NORWICH OFFICE lit Franklin $ treat ' : ." ' Phons 1812 ' 'NEW LONDON OFFICE Bank-tiwt IV-V- v Phone 823-2 roJ Trips, Meiw WJ. and Frt '''';tiE, lAJRlEAU AND' ' BOSSE CQEiV : HOUSEHOLD ' FURNISHINGS nNfCiUt?' DiRircTbHa and K'HZ . EMSALMERS. B14 Main Strwt, VVillirnantio, Conn. m Phone 44t-2 ..-5 ' '- , m M." SrIEPARP Swsesadinq Fllmore & Shapard rmmr&I Director & Embalmer Sg-ti KiOKf-H ST. WILUMAN.TIC . tkii AaisM. T Tsl. Csnnaetiaa rUNCRAL Ul RECTORS AND H Ubm St. J Willimanfie. Con, tLdV' AsslstanU MURRAY'S BOSTON STOR PRACTICAL" KP$m Pi Wpojen Goods a Skirt Pattern of k TCfcec' or PJaid,'or a Pattern of lacjlum Silki siut aUe for damtx'tmdeVtliings, will be welcome, anrl a odaghuiil one that will offer practical suggestions to those woo contemplate remembering some clever sewer. 4-inch Pohwt Twill, auitabla fop 'V-Wintsr?)OreiMi or. Suits, -in brown navy., or black 2.70 a Jrtfc,j w ur ; :.). .-j ' A 44riiW- Wool Serae, in brown or mrvy bfai frw -Itind that- will stand fcy. irr sujt or drsss- ' 25 a jrard. s.--- ..? S4nch wfa.'naarther Mixture and. i HomiM familiar fabric -for ' nrti-mar SZ25 and $J50 a ; yaHC t-. -r x. tflbcw Bolria Cloth, suitabla for Winter Coata or-' Wraps 3J5 . For Burbuaa of holiday nr nttlm . ar,rifor t&oiM'Hhm ; ffartatf. 7. WanieSstftiiat ari'jMilVii us 4ut mnd oUc4cir--Oi: jHi ( JnaWtist oTariy dTft'- Thi cases , ar if brown laatker, lined wttH d'k.tarant color silica, contain fin? !deeV'' afJM- THE H. C s customary singing of one The Star Spangled Banner. ---.- T'driad" Chancellor Thomas F.' Trtrtand of New London was present at a large ly attended meeting of Natchaug lodge, No. 2. Knights of Pythias,' held at Cas tle hall, " Monday evening. Chancellor Commander Raymond ; K. Gates presided.-1 ' ': ' ' The third rank was conferred on one candidate and . officers were elected as follows: Chancellor commander, Carl ton Pi.' King'! vice chancellor, Fred K. laanley; prelate, George Arnold ; mas ter, of work.: John N. Williams; mastar antra. John Miowman; i hmer guard. ... ' . ,,,. rouife.m . . p '! ad , Ijeof .. Thompson ; master of .. finance, .1. Raymond Smith master of exchequer. Walter R. King; trustee for three years. Owen" D. Leach : musician, Kirk Wal- len. ' A luncheon and smoker followed the meeting. - - '- . The rash, of Christmas mail at thp Wlllimantic. ipostf office- started this week with the increase showing mostly In the receiving and dispatching of par eel post-matter. Tuesday's : parcel post matter was delivered in the city by two motorcycle carriers: It was announced by Postmaster John O'Rourke that if business war ranted -an automobile truck would be placed in commission. u The' substitute carriers and clerks are being called in for duty and every effort Is being made to have all Christmas business in 'shape of mail, received, de livered -promptly. The fact that Christ mas falls on Monday will mean ins there will be an - accumulation of mail received . on' Saturday evening-' and Sun flay mails, and- much work will be nec essaryy on the part of the carriers and substitutes on Christmas. '-'AAncraacementx was "made Tuesday that" Albert Mr GHman ''has disposed of his auto supply business at No. 851 Mam street to William' L. Jenkins, as sistant' superintendent' of - the manufac turing 'department at' the -. American Thread Company, who has appointed John F. SheaVmanager. ' Mr. Shea ' is well onalifled for the position and has been in the employe' of Mr; GStman forn about four years. lit was stated" by Mr. Jenkins that there were to be no altera tions in the store and that Mr. ! Shea was to have full charge. ' ' e An Incident" of Interest is marked by thi retiring-of Mr. Oilman - in that the store-it No. 851 Main-street has been conducted by the Giiman family for for; ty ; years. In 1883 Nelson Gilman, fa; ther of Albert N. Gilman, started a sa loon there which he tsonducted for about thirty years. The saloon was then con ducted by Albert M. Gilman and with the advent of prohibition Mr. Gilman opened the auto supply store which ho has since conducted successfully. Mr. Gilman said that he was to take a rest for several montna. before entering some other' line of business. In the local " police court Tuesday morning Mary A, Bernler, an employe of the American" Thread Company, was charged with theft of sewing thread t the : value of J 10 from the company. A demurrer was- entered when Edgar 11 Richmond of the intelligence depart ment of ; the company, stated that the company was not inclined to be severe whh the accused. He stated that all that the company desired" was to have the practice of stealing thread stopped. Judge Foss overruled the demurrer and Impose da -fine of !5".. ad .costs amount' tag -to J10.45 ' which was paid. : . - v -Tuesday- evening the New' Ladr Ban- tocfc wae presented y tne fionor stu dents -o Windham High schota -in the school' "auditorium. The play -was on- de.- the- direction of Miss Dorothy Berry of . the faculty. A large audience' was in attendance. The proceds are for the W. ' H; -S." Athletic association: - ' ' En'gineiCompany No." 1 was caHed out recently for a ichimney fire in ther house tlf Tt Spring street, owned by- John Hoffman.' Sir gallons of - chemicals were used to ettinguish- the blaze. -: ' Solomon- Beianger . -has purchased .a five-acre farm on -High street from Mrs. Griffin' and -William Michaud has pur chased a two-tenement house on Borjvm. street, froth Mr.-NelSon. : The annual .meeans of. Willimantlo Camp N"SS46, Modern Woodmen 'of yiJ.-'w,aaVMWswsa - FOR COUGHS end COLD 5 -V M-ltwri wide Fancy Plaids., or Check -Skirting ti.lt1?,He a yard. ntt-ssr .". ;? -jii.:.; a'.i v;ir. . 8-ihch Roshanara Crepe, good weight for' Frocks or Blouses . $339 a yard. " ' -j vr---,' 40-ineh wide Paisley Silk for Over r' blouses, espeoially adapted to be used in combination S2J50 -a . yard. :..:' - . 7"' ( ' 40-inch wide Radium Silk, suitable - for- pretyfcs"ttnderth'mQSj'"-fleShi white, peach and amber $2fra 7,ye!rdi "- ?.Tjt. - 'i-. -! ' ' '" ' ' - pRl-rpB Umbrellas hold a (laCe of import ahestti 'the3 rine 'of "gffta the lacfthat 'these are4 pretty' enougli tcTose on'a'bright a urirty. fay: as well as -a rainy day, make them an ideal gift, and here are some of the;. prettiest handles we have seen, in many .'seasons, good - . quality silk covers heavy ribbed With prices ranging from $5.00 , up to $15.00, with many in.fae ' tween. ?.:,''" '-..:. stanza of essential Ji9Uh-bU41B$ JScforsV lifcals been to cod-liver oil tM dcamnt fat iti 'helptttlness'iar rns coming malnutritiqn.. Bcoits Emulsion pe tajten for a reason aUe f length of time i daily, to enable its rjfcjv yltamine-nour-lahing virtues id help refreshl eherglze and pulH up the body. America, was held at 8 o'clock Tues- dajr, evening at labor Union halL Miss -Myrtle" Jordan, an instructor Pratt Institute,: Brooklyn, N.' T was recently joined tn-.-Hartford by- her mother Mrs. -Fred . P. -Jordan and re turned home Tuesday. .-; : James HHlhouae. son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hillhouse. arrived from Mm- nesttaj Minn., -. Tuesday, -where, he is a member of- the faculty of the Minnesota university. - ' s - Miss Dorothy Gorton of the Lyman Hall . faculty;. Wallingford, is convaleso- Ine afiter; a- three weeks' illness-at Her home.:-"-' - ' '-' - '-' Henry Norman Steed, a student at Connecticut : -Agricultural College,, re cently underwent an- operation -for ap pendicitis at St. Josepn s nospica Mr. ' and' Mrs. Frederick E. - Staefonfer and child of Boston are here -for the holidays at the home of Mr. Staebner's parents. : --- ' . Miss Patricia Curtis, . daughter- of Mr. and 'Mrs. Don H. Curtis, is. the -guest for the holidays of Mrs. Charles John son of Holyoke, Mass. - Miss Marguerite St. John,, who un derwent' an' operation for appendicitis at Si. Joseph"?' iisital, Poeovereid rap Idly and will leaver Wednesday to be ,the guest of friends in New London for the holidays. On New Tear's she leaves for Delaware. ' y HA A.' Robinson. . superttendent of - the local branch: ot -the - Metropolitan -Life Insurance Company, is in New Tork for few days on business. Mrs. George E. Taylor was a Hart ford visitor Tuesday. .' : - ' Mrs, Isaac Turner of Eagiev'.He w a patient at "St. Joseph's hospital. - Mrs: Egbert Aase recently enter tained a Thlnfbje club tf the' Congrega tional" ohurch-df -which Mrs. 'Ralph' Car penter Js leader. " " 1 r- ' .; Mr; and-"Mrs Bobert O. Branch an-J Mrt -and Mrsi'-Ratoh" - W." Ej ! 'Carperitet were recent NewsBiStaln visitors.- --' ' inilL"l"l t '(TV JblTbl I VII 1 A meeting for the formation of a rise club was held in the" town hall Monday night. The following officers were elected for the coming year: Charles. B. Palmer. president; John Davis, 'vice president; Gilbert. H. Miner, secretary ; Dr. George H. Jennings," treasurer ; George's. Brown, i-executive officer.-- There was. a large at tendance at the meeting and as soon as the rest who have handed in their names sign up, the club will have a membership of over-40 interested in nflt 6hooji$ig.-By : a vote of Uie club, A . U' Stebhins. was. j appointed a committee of . ane -to secure-: quarters for the dub. It was also voted j that no dues ..be- assessed, . individual i I snopla 3 L , ' a-y "W8? F-w. rn -oy thedilferent members of .-th' -jlilb yolun-jynie. cri ln ' menroers.are io- visit the. Voltratown elub at ' thej' .next ! weekly' shoot.. It Is helped that the I spirit rf co-deration wfll continue between the a JJJ1 C J,i ;R'fle cIub j arid the JeWett City cirA. AH this helps, Oe sarne aJcci ahd many days of pleas-j w i.. .......s, ui wo CJ.U-WO. it ib aiMj uuyeu invi una Tnera- oers oi ine riaranem crau win oe nearu 1 t rhA A ! .1 : the art of rifle shooting, will soon be, an established fact In 'this.part of the -State. Members- of ' UiIocal; "post' of the Ameri can l!igionV J. ttaiifmart of the Voltrntovn Chii), aad 'Altyri Brand, I. T. W. Holms of the 'Norwicii Rffle" clob are the' ones who Should be given the credit for their ttnceasuig wOrfc In the formatlco of these clubs; '' ? '.', . V -.''.''- Christmas wreaths. .' boxwood balls, ns, cherries, cyclamen, begonias, pri- nuJas, assorted pan,"7cut flowers,' Whi- Brg's Grefihoriseti."ia.' Jewett City restdeitts read with rrreat regret the news 'of 'the 'death - of John Claistaajf pfi Ststios Sheaffer's Uletnpe f tv ARE IDeAC'GfFTS. CURRAN & 1FLYNN 726 frfain eeV vfrillimantie 1 large Assortment 6FN y" ! CANI)t'arg ' FOR XMA9 ' . -. I. W. LAVALLIE CO, PHARMACY s7t6 MaWtrW; WilliiMnlicT'aTi Prospect Street, Moosyp 1 " es ror Christmas n fancy boxes. .. ,-'.; Colgate's, ' Hddnut's," rteublgants - ' f 'eeOaii''Witifow??0' 5 " JVI LSON'S Wj iS t$ A M"v " P fj AR M A 6 Y . " 7W" 4ji .': a i Mat " vu i i ii :k " - HyCVONTES In , 1, 2 and 3 Pound Boxes. 1 THE POUND Isori Jjrug Cmpanr -m 'ittt Street WiUiMSi In fancy boxes f or Xmas gift at CU RRAN A FLVNN'8 DftUO" "STORE Kin; w, - . -cu-r a .juiA.- & 728 Main Street f V -".-"SI . . WilUmantio VICTROIA OR PIANO : - -' ' . &:'y,-v, s.eats.-r,J . Now, while bur stock is complete. - ..f... "t. ..-.-':.-r-. :it- -Jt.-j- -.:ri.-j-rov UNITED TAr-KINO MACHINE CO. 666 Main Street': r ? ;Wilfimarrlfi W HAVE A LARGE" ASSORTMENT 7 s- f . TTIi Mpefs ?PUrTlvory oj(et Goods C6$ B,Ufe RUSH ES, "M j 8 &Ok'i," lfj. 78) Main Street , .WjUimantlo rnniim.i i j i. ii i.i.ipi.1 n n i i in i I . II memories or olaf ncno dboe pobMillfornearlg fifty year I)a Ijelpeb to mamfam our ideals . Jnearty appreciation of loyal fnenoljip, wv yo$) you all Ijappme at Cl)ritmati6e ani5 tlirpugliout tljelieullean HwBumtiatv I II 11 91 ir ri 'm1 u'. - 1 . l w - ; 2tt&.ik ": . ' -.' : L' .. -J - rri.ii : w-T-r n mw t,i i Monday evening. Lentil wtthin a short Mn-Cpisaoll had lived in Jewett city. As boy and man he lived here for o,-, X . iSOrrow are 'heard ' ra' every hand for a man who Tiad lived such a-life that he merits aU'the good, that is recalled. His death was very sudden, caused by heart! disease, from which he had suffered f or ..some time. - i lecial meetintr . Court Griswold. Nn: . -f " ...r. .-'.-. : w , .. o wiujsuu t-u del on - ; brother, John Driscoil.JadV. x ; BOLnt orf Mrs. Domonick Carievaro is ' 111. Mr. Carlevaro, -who has ' been visiting in New York- has -returned..' W. S. Dakin," school supervisor,1 visited Boston schools last week. ' Mr. Dakin conducted a teachers meeting in the North school this (Tuesday) afternoon. Miss Annie M.: Alvord, wtio has been hi Ocean Grove N. J., spent the week end in New York with Mrs." Hattie John son Strong, a former resident of Bol ton. ., ; ' x - Ernest P. Strong of Hartford spent the week end with his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank If. Strong. -. - Miss Helen Mathleu of Hartford was with . her , parents, . Mr. and Mrs. F.-J. Mathieu over Sunday. . . - Misses Enfcateth' Daly , and Margaret Daley' "of ' South Manchester and' East Hartford spent Sunday at their Bolton home."' " " "' ' ' - ' " ' - Miss Ella Sumner Is home for Christ mas vacation- trom- the' ' Russell Sage school, Troy, N.' Y. - - ' Mrs; Helen Bowen returned to her school In the Center district' after a week's absence. , Mrs. Albert Lee has been visiting In South . Manchester. - , - SQITTH WPPRSTpCK The Ladies' Aid social which was to have, been held last -Friday evening was postponed for- two weeks.' - r . i i-;The -Senexet grange-. officers, for the coming year -had their annual meeting at the-master's, M. J, WJrite's, test Friday evening,.- - ..-... - ,: JBjs, John Town, who has been visiting Important Notice , - Commencing' January "sj J92$ . - Ffew York,-ew Haven & HaitfonFs, , ;.-;" popular daylight'. r&i wUly cait , . through sleeping car '4aily between Ai I BQStpA nci';ST! ITtKSBURaiT' i ' ' -. , - --.-r ..-,;... ' ; Leaving New London - . v - - 11.40 a. m." - -- .-. Leaving New Haven- . 124S p. m. .'." ; Weaving Bridgeport - . - , r S3 p. m. ' J -Arriving Jacksonville S35 'p. m. next evening, and " -at St. -Petersburg,' Fla", second mornirrg S.40 arm. " "- , Direct connection made at Jacksonville for 'al) East ' -:Coast'Reirtk' c-1 1-'Vc--V y V t -sT;..' f '-;- ' -. . . . ': . ;:. ' T'.ONLV thru' Florida sleeper with daylight departure from i Connecticut ' point -' and -morning.-'arrival" In-' Florida . ..... ..... , .jfK.. a ' ... .i ... - - ' Uake reservations now. Consult your local ticket agent or - ' SEABOARD her son Oliver at Providence, has return ed home. ' " Hobart Sanger, who is working: in Worcester, was home over the week end. Phillips haill, vhich was purchased by t J. Mown. la l.nff TT.rv.-AH ,KA ...... site and the Masons hope to move in be- fore many months, Senexet grange will have a Christmas tree at its next meet in? Wednesday night. . ' Albert Williams Is collector for the Kaj' iH fnnd - i.t ...t - ; - the town. Mr. Morey, while starting a Ford, had the misfortune of having his arm broken. PRESTON CITY ' Several young girls met at the home of Miss Alice -Krugs Saturday afternoon to rehearse for the three-aot . play, The Farmerette, -which . they are planning to grve in the latter part of January.- Miss Delle Roods is stay in? with Mrs. Monris Raymond of Norwich. Miss Esther Muttart has entered a Norwich business school as a student. The Congregational society are making- plans to hold their' annual Christ mas concert Friday night. The" grange here gave the first and second degree?, last Tuesday night to a ciss of young pwple. -' The third and foSVth degrees will be-glven at the next meeting January i 'Many friends are congiratulatng Mr. ad Mrs. Morris Anderson on their re cent marriage. . ' BLACK HILL William Brown of Bhepard Hill was to this neighborhood recently, hunting "for antique stoves. '. .' ' Mrs.- H. Beecher Brown, M1ss Helen Browit and Miss Fanny Brown visited In DanTelson Saturday. - " - s ' Thomas "Moore of Birch wood farms gave a talk Friday at the county poultry meeting at Brooklyn tlfkt attracted much Interest. : --''t , t - -- . . - -'iMrst Ralph Brown visited In Norwich and Jewett -City Saturday. "" v.i Misses Abbie: and" Myrtle Medbury vis ited in Danielson Saturday.' Cable cars were Introduced into New , Zealand in 1883,' and the' following year into London. AIR LINE RY; . "New Yorlc: City ot hl. 4 - a 'I i. , S V-a ,H "J'.'VJ V"l- P- if.- 'lV-,- I BRIEF STATE NEWS I 'tV' 'T 1 v!.,1 ! Vt -"f v- . 4.'- r i.vf iti-,:--k-t - - -d p.: . , . -T-, . , , , - ilia uuiiiii awic " ' 'i iv as i . le hiu-hiiitu Manchester. There is little chance that - n . . , , . . . those, wishing a change in the present V"1 LV"1 "?,"on" form of suvcnlmem; will x-n'lM,Ku'"rl?''m'a-iity charter, according to those who are :the 1,d Sheik he looks fully eighty seven well informed on the present temper of ' at.,0l ""P' , .J,,. " the electorate. ' I Xanda Hawiey and Milton Sills ars it r ! featured In this production which Oftfa nf ,1 VZJL . , ChUf eJ'Seer PrlntzUu adapted from Arthur WHrall's of the Connecticut Telephone and Elec- ' .. v. . thrinb,c i . . . 1 . . . r iinc comuaiiy oi mis city nas nenectea a . new tvne nf . v t.,h h- principle of ionization and is named the "Xon-Intrrfering Detector." because of its inability to produce oscillations. I Bridceport. Sixty very young pupils I In a portable buildin used In connection i with the Beardsley inrblio school, were! marched to the street at part of a fire I .drill by the two teachers, the Misses Evelyn Arnes ami Frances. Levery. when actua.Iy there was a fine in the place. Wat?rbory. The new parish house of Christ chapel was dedicated" Sunday af- Is conceded to be the leader.hr: the art et ternoon by Rev. E. Campion" Acheson of putting a jalnstrd. show together, pfothls Middletbwn. suffragan bishop of the dio-;e many "novertlaj for the .coming fteaaoa cese of Connecticut. A throng of parish- I nd an entirely new nie ' prodetlsei inn ore n-htoh .mi.IaJ A - I . .... zanine floor awaited the procession at the I ITOeninrr nf the fwrfmnnlM Rv T) ' jonn jn. L-ewis of .5t Johns church. Rev. Anthony T. Gesner of All Souls' church. Rev. Elmore M. McKee and Rev. Sidney' W Wallace represented the clergy In the procession. , , . KATOSAl ASSEMBLY TO MEET IX WAJtSAW TODAY Warsaw. Dec. 19 (By the A. P.) In anticipation of the convenlnj; tomorrow of tha- national asserrtUy, which ulti mately is,to ohoose V president . in suc cession to the late Gnibrlel NarutoWica, the (ro-fernment tonight took measures to check iwsihle untoward events. Under the Polish constHtrtipn the 'na tional assembly is the rtectoraL collejr. Bch of the -444 duputle and the: 111 senators has a vote in the "chooain? oi a chief executive. The asKnhCy cham ber is open to the Tnrbllc while the bal loting Is In proirre!. fritten ballots are used, and no discussion Is permit ted. ' ' '- Should no cand!date en the first bal lot receive a majority of the votes cast. f-another ballot hr ordered. '- If this also falls tJ " produce..a majosrty for any candidate, the candidate who has re cetved'the least number of votes- hi dropped and frtin another ballot is takn. .'This process of elimination con tinues until an executive finally ' hi chosen. ' ' ; "' ' The newspapers, regardless of party affiliations, praise the course that is be in' followed by Aothve; President Ratal and Prime Minister Sifcorskl.' The Jour nal De Pologne points out that the cori stltU'tional jirovlsions - have worked out without a hitch. ; ' Bspresetions' of regret and horror mt the 'assassination of President Narntxv. wlcs 'continue to -be received from ail parts of-the world;' President Mi'.lerand and Premier Polncare at - france and Cardinal : Gasparri, i the papal secretary of state, are sanong those who have sent condolences. '. . All Polish, military -officers and sdl diers have been- directed to wear mourn ing bands on their arms for six weeks. MAX SPIEGEL, THEATRICAL PBODCCEB, IS 6ANKBCPT ; New York, Dee. 19. Alleging liabili ties of $750,000 and assets of - 309.06 '.ree creditors wiay filed an Involun tary -petition m bankruptcy against Max Spiegel, theatrical producer of this eltv. Attorneys for the 'creditors, said Spie gel had .backed Nora Bayea In a Broad way playhouse. " V. " " I ' '. Attorneys for . the petitioning credi tors, later issued a . statement, declar ing Spiegel's -affairs to be fin-. a' chaotic state, due to- his having been : commit ted to a sanatorium by order ot the probate court of: Stamford,. Conn., last week, as Insane person."- . - . Under today's court order, the re ceivers are ' permitted to-carry : on Spie gel's Interests. . . . . ' . What Is Going On Tonight Vandeviiv and Moving Pictures at l1rodwav'nieatT. Itavins P'ctur's at Strand Theatra. Moving I"ciuc-s at I".rel Theatre. TC PAY'S: EVENTS .Twenty years ast'into? S'grior Mar coni sent his first wirel'M messages ecriss tlie "Atlantic. - Ou this date in 1VR0 j'rf lighllieT by electricity as frit' inuOBCd In Sor Vork city. Soventy-five yrirx agr loli-y th flrt I'ne of telPcraih whs f-o;n:'l'-t-d bween 111" Mirairsippt rl" ar-I the ntl. Crrt:nt? ti Pri::r. t orj-, f"ii!h ffr the KITit f Knylsnd. wiij c-:l-lratf I0ih birthday annkfrsarj- tvUy. The s -orctary of rn und Mrs. HucVi are to be hwts at a dinner in Wahirc ton this evp;n to th- d. If rat to Ih "ritral Ani-rii!i rrfii'if1 rorif rne. Uajor :.r-nil CV.rlr J. VrMV-y wh .?omman1d lh" KIM it. vision in Franc ;wi on the r.:irt !t f :h: I". S. artt today on ar 'imt of .vlr rarh-d Hi afre limit for nctiv- f---r. lvl'cat'-j fr'.m rmnv-r'.nf trtairs ar "t lc' d in pro-. :! nr", It. I., twlay to at tfiid the snnu-l r.nfrr,l rvnvontien if lh National S'n.-t.-ty of ,r.M and Iauchti of the Pi'ffririis. ANNOUNCEMENTS Mm Itihlr MuA, at V. M. f. A. At C.13 oclrnit tiiis" tv.nin. the Mid of a i-r:c- .f ftilik- ctas-vn will b h-W In the l-;il y. M. A. All rr-n in Urested are invit. u la attend. llrr-d Tlifsirt That dclitftil rtar Jta. Jlurrjy j one ;f lh.-. rjj;.mt !-r'nall;i-.i that K4.-m 10 l-.i! fr'ifn th: i.TH-n. In Th lxlicious Little 1 .. il ahih in t!.: feature at.ra-t:.pi at tin- rtr, 1 tbrairo tu.iay. ar.U TiiurmJay, !ii iilayn a part that off. ti Iiit th'.- fullest sp- f-r li-r dancing alfility -ai.d th: may th- fumvr KyUkii i!3r rii'l. ar-n-.-j the -X'd fl'jor is a show ia iis.-lf. Of im r..-t ;il'-. is Hi;" aiarn,.e i-f i.ylvlpli Val-iuino in'tlir. nl-. .f a Htng man alt,t . n ulm jH. nialiy -tn love A'ltn .l'jrn !- ;.1 n... In. ril Jn- i-r witli tin- Jr:sua r.-I.u:aijiii. TiK Ic- liciuus LifJ.- ! vil i-A. H- i-ffrtt" a fair vow!!; ii,llvn 1 li. ur !. ait-a-;iiimt-d T'tU; tf v. irk-r-diivi:-. -iih'- iiat to di it 1M hr-ni ai d luitt-r, ith rr irimmin's are d-iM.-ndeia tiiere'n. On the suvngth ot hr ild r?pu'-a- -lion she kfcnnits the raeu of one of the wildest roadhou.-s around - Nea- Turk, and has the-" m?n at her feet In dro. f tiim all tae prefers-- -yotma Jimmy Calhoun (Valentino) and finally dvi4' lie is tli. man nf m -n fr lirr !h irl-i U, Ml him tiirt hT rf 'utaiimi Is acn-n-ed. but fate uiways interfeis to keP him in ignorance. ' Jimmle is In the same fix. He loves hr but fears eo en 1 trust his future happiness to such a Ilt- tie vamn. The climax comes In the midst j of all these snarls and of course eery- imug is s-.ritiiiuciie'j itui as u snuum do. You ni'.l love The Delicious v'tt'8 Devil and rc-grat. missing it so take a tip and get tiiere early. other piitures on the bill Include -Movie . Chat and an durational comedy. - Koruinr !SI at the Strand Thratre Though .lu-t th:Sc days the motion pio ture producers axe fivt-n to cbuoxing old men to piay ilj-rly roles wherevor poasi. . ble there are times wiu.-n it is necessary., to depend on makeup entirely for tle et-. feet desired and a case in point is the remarkable traBsfrirmauon eaeoted by Cecil Holland in tile role of an "old Sheik in Burning Sands, a Paramount picture which will be -on viea- at the. Strand the-., atre Thursday. Friday and Saturday. - -Mr. Holland, who mill be recalled tar - u : .. ., : ! .. . . l- l. l 1 i. - -I- stonr. . . - i ..... : ana enectacuiar as j ne neia. it is ciaim ea- Lx,"lse iT1 "',nw rZZJZ i""'""" 'VK1' "v"" note appear in the big asu . Z7 , ' . . Breadway ieU O Brl.a's Mlastrele Te- lht " - vin n-iMn' tintu him, yir-r nrt ri.r than fnefor wilt t"aa learly vUBor td this comrminlty. Its data ft- the Broadway theatre havlnr beea art for touirbt .at S.15. Mr. O'Briea Who and a wardrobe' beai' n past Vr' formances. -O'Brlea s WrnetrelS navV long been rectognlied 's the ' leader this branch of rhibllc entertainment an r his show always gives erfoeoee of car fulthought and attention to detail tol A. preparaUon. Theee will be a big oo pany."more numejuj Ithaa tisual a- ,d everything will be fccw,to tb tmaJlest . OetalL -.- ... .. . Hole In' ItinKgorP eifvese are plae-1 there by madilnlryto sxUelt lit ar. t enablev. the ci;dito .to , thus gtv3 : the desired Savor. , L'