NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1914.
Important Witnesses in
Second 'Becker Trial
FOX :& GO
TUB DRESSES IN SIZES 37
TO 52, STRIPED GING
HAMS, 2 STYLES. PRICE
MAIL ORDERS CAREFULIiY FILLED. TELEPHONE YOUR ORDERS. C. 1580.
ALL FARM FOR SALE
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SvfomMz & CostteMo, nunc.
242 Main Street.
OF YOUR OWN.
We have very desirable cottages and two family
houses for sale on EASY TERMS.
Only! a small amount down and monthly pay
ments do the rest
; THE W. L. HATCH CO.
j Insurance and Real Estate.
29 West Main St.
STYLES IN BABY
Baby Carriages from the
leading1 manufacturers, ' includ
ing Heywood & Wakefield,
Whitney, Block, Sidway, Wag
ner, and the Rattan Manufac
turing Company. The new
white and gray we are largely
featuring, as they are the popu
lar finishes of the 1014 season.
The reed hood carts have
windshields; the reversible ,
gear is also a very convenient
feature, and it requires no
strength to operate. There
are other new ideas you'll
learn when you come to select
that fine new carriage.
One special . we'll mention .
today: Hey wood's Reed Car
riages, with underbody handle
bars; nicely upholstered; nat
ural finish. A finely made car- '
riage and one of our leaders,
Folding Go-Carts, finished in
dark green; full size rubber
tire wheels; special value $3.98.
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SALE OF PRETTY
A fortunate purchase, and one you'll appreciate
when you see the dresses. They are made of the
most desirable summer materials, in styles pretty
enough' to wear on the street. They are trimmed
with messaline girdles and black velvet loops;
white lace trimmed collar and cuffs. The materials
are voiles and crepes in stripes and cords. All
colors, sizes are 34 to 42. Dresses worth $5.98.
Your choice at $2.98
None on approval.
WANTED Expressman wants work clean
ingoot ashes or hauling dirt. Jihn Salva
tore, 56 Spring St. Telephone 743.
No. 2 Nut
Egg, Stove or Nut
63 91 Franklin Street
CASH IN ADVANCE.
ONE CENT A WORD
LOST Brown fox hound named Jak.
Return to Samuel Stanquest, 35
Sheffield street. Reward.
- NOTICE. .
HAS ANYONE A PIANO they would
lend for charity? Address 310
Chestnut street, city. 4-15-dlx
NOTICE Cosy 3 room flat, with im
provements, furnished for house
keeping (adults only). It will pay
to investigate. Central location.
Box 23BB, Herald. 4-14-5d
Cylinders rebored, new pistons and
rings, valves reseated, makes your
auto as speedy and powerful as whan
new. We are ' specialists and our
prices are right. The Evarts M. Co.,
18 Hicks St., Hartford, Conn.
TO RENT Five room tenement, first
floor, 580 East Main street.
FOR RENT? Four room tenements,
new biock; all modern improve
ments. No foreigner need apply.
Apply at 225 Washington street,
New Britain , ... 4-15-ldx
TO' KENT A flat of Ave rooms.
Toilet, gas. $11.00. 401 Chestnut
TO RENT -Sitting room, kitchen and
pantry, furnished for light house
keeping, set tubs, hot water "and
imporvementa. . Central, .' No. . 45.
" Walnut street. , ' 4 -1 5-d 4
TO RENT 7 room ' tenement with
modern Improvements, centrally
located. Apply at 54 South High
TO RENT Garage space, room for
two cars. Inquire J. L. McCabe,
422 Main street, or 2 R. R. Arcade.
; y .: 4-14-d6x
TO RENT Five rooms, two adults,
, 176 Washington street. 4-13-d3x
STORE to rent, 136 South Main
Avstreft;V . 4-13-tf
TO RENT Giddings hall on Church
street,' or lease, $25 per month.1 Ap
ply Hotel Beloin. 3-28-tf
TO RENT Barn with 3 stalls. Sep
arately or as desired. Water and
light, 145 North street. 4-9-lwx
TO RENT A nice 5 room apartment,
. top floor, new apartment house, all
modern conveniences. Inquire at
86 Arch street. Delicatessen Store.
TO RENT'"-'fwb seven room tane
- meats, all Improvements. 145 and
147 Maple street Inquire 236 Park
street. . H-17tf
TO RENT Tenement rooms, all lm
: provements. Heat furnished, 304
PfrK street- t-S-tf
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TO RENT For one or two gentle
men' with or without board. All
conveniences, private family. Desir
able location., 317 Elm street, up
stairs. . 4-13-wlx
TWO ROOMS for light housekeeping,
- and furnished rooms. Mrs. John
son, 387 Main street. 4-13-3dx
TO RENT AND FOR SAWS.
YOUNG COUPLE giving up house
keeping will sell furniture, reason
able prices, good location, four
rooms furnished, low rent. Ad
dress Box 23G. Herald. N.
. . 4-13-d2x
WANTED At Y. W. C. A., a compe
tent cook. 4-15-tf
WANTED Young girl to assist with
housework and take care of child.
, Apply 256 Lincoln. 4-15-tf
WANTED Young lady who under
stands developing and printing films,
plates, etc. State experience. Ad
dress Box 22 XX, Herald office.
INTELLIGENT young German girl,
speaks English .somewhat, wants
good position as governess, or at
light housework. Address Box 4E,
WANTED By German woman to go
out washing by the day. Call or
address 189 Glen street) down stairs.
Furs, Gloves and All Kinds
. of Winter Garments
Cleaned or Dyed Equal to New.
Orders Called for and Delivered
NEW BRITAIN DYE WORKS
'Phone 1323 160 Arch St.
(3 Doors South of Turner Hall)
MINIMUM CHARGE 10c
FOR SALE Hay for sale, Mrs. S. B.
Church, Kensington road. 4-15-d2
FOR SALE Two family house, largo
barn and one acre land in Kensing
ton. Five minutes' walk from Ber
lin station. Apply J. J. Fitzsim
mons, Kensington. 4-14-ldx
FOR SALE Complete household
furniture for four rooms. Cheap if
taken at once. Party leaving
town. Oscar Johnson, 87 Austin.
STRAWBERRY PLANTS New York,
Sample and Bubach. First class
varieties with fine roots $ .60 per
100. $4.00 peT 1,000., A. El Cran
dall, Berlin. 4-15-d2x
FOR SALE; Magnificent action, large
upright piano in Bristol. Beautiful
tone; only $50, delivered New
Britain. Rent 50 cents weekly.
Address Eugene, Herald office.
FOR SALE Chiffonier with mirror,
dressing table, several chairs, rea
sonable. Address A. K., care Her
FOR SALE At Hugh Reynolds', 114
Commercial street, carload of Maine
seed potatoes. First quality, lowest
FOR SALE Maxwell runabout, fully
equipped, for sale cheap. G. P.
Morse, Box 102 R. F. D. 4-14-lw
STRAWBERRY PLANTS Hanna's
success, very hardy and produc
tive, 75c per 100. M. S. Oliver,
Plainville. Tel. 19-4. 4-9-lwx
FOR SALE Good top loam. Inquire
G. K. McAuley. Tel. 1426 or 52.
FOR . SALE A beef cow, - several
tons of best timothy ' hay and
bundled rye straw. C. J. Mueller,
Berlin. (Tel. 657-3. 4-13-d5x
FOR SALE One business horse, 1200
lbs; one two-seated surrey; one
Concord wagon; harnesses and
blankets. W. J. Noble, 109 Sexton
FOR SALE Two houses of 10 rooms.
Only $3,000 each. W. P. Steele.
260 Chestnut street 4-9-6dx
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FOR SALE Fine two-seated, rubber
tired carriage in first class condition.
Can be seen at 382 East street.
FOR SALE One bottom dump
wagon, almost new. Telephone.
Thomas Leonard, 504 North Burritt
FOR SALE Saloon for sale, situated
on Main street, Middletown, Ct.
Price right, rent reasonable. Call
or wrlte'M. J. Doran, Meriden, Ct,
for particulars. l-2S-tf
WANTED Man on a farm by the
week, day or month. A. C. Record,
Kensington. 'Phone 646-23. )
100 PER CENT. PROFIT selling our
self-filling fountain pens. Sample
prepaid, 25 cents. The Ritsul Spe
cialty House, New Haven, Conn.
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE wanted.
Splendid income assured right man
to act as our representative ' after
learning our business thoroughly
by mail. Former experience un
necessary. All we require is
honesty, ability, ambition and will
ingness to learn a lucrative busi
ness. No soliciting or traveling.
All or spare time only. This 19 an
exceptional opportunity for a man
in your section to get into a big
Paying business without capital and
become Independent for life. Write
at once for full particulars. Na
tional Co-Operative Realty Com
pany, L, 790, Marden Building,
Washington, D. C.
WANTED Young man for grocery
delivery team. East Side Market
Co., 679 East street. 4-13-tf
People to know that we do Steam and
French Dry Cleaning. Ladles' and
Gents' Clothes of all kinds. We guar
antee our work. Goods called for
UNION LAUNDRY CO.
266 Arch Street. Tel. 901
WANTED Paintinor and nnnorhansr.
c, xJ r -o
ing. Save money by telephoning
to 1299-2. 4-13-4dx
WANTED Carpenter work of any
kind, verandas built and repaired.
Jobbing and shingling a specialty.
Tel. 396-4. 4-9-wlx
WANTED To have the ladles know
that we have installed a new glove
cleaning invention that is better
than any heretofore In existence.
We will clean gloves for 6c a pair
for short and ten cents for, long.
Bring in your gloves and we will
make them as clean as new ones,
or 'phone and team will call at
your residence. Union Laundry Co.,
276 Arch street. Telephone 904.
A. B. JOHNSON, D. D. S.
National Bank Building.
New York, April 15. Wide inter
est hag been attracted to the second
trial of Police Lieutenant Charles
Becker for the murder of Herman.
Rosenthal, the gambler wno began
to expose police graft, alleged to in
volve Becker. Four gunmen have al
ready gone to the electric chair for
the crime. District Attorney Whit
man states that he will be ready to
proceed with the trial May 4. The
two chief witnesses against Becker
SPRING W ALL PAPERS
We Make a Specialty of
STRETCHED CANVAS CEILINGS
Cor. Hungerford Court
FOR SALE. ,
32 Cedar St., 9 Room House and
Garage, Lot 75x185 feet.
29 Park Place, fine Residence, all
modern, Lot 66x250.
5 Curtiss St., One Family House
, . . H. D. HUMPHREY -f.,"S.T"
193 Main Strait,
Over 2lo Store.
IBIT WORK AT MOUERATI
OMoe Open from I A. HI- to I f. H
Sundays by Appointment
F. E. Monks, D. D. 3
Georsriana Monks, D. 1). S. .
m The Auto Owner's Service Station
o TIRES and TUBES. Ten
er, Goodyear Tires. , Pure '
gum gray Tubes. .HARTS g
GARAGE, 7,200 sq. ft. Stor- Jf
age, renting, repairing & sup-
plies. 189 Main St. Tel. 221-4.
W . M
tZ Prompt and Courteous Attention 0
Clubs and Frirate Partisi Acc b
238 Main Street.
New Britain MILK Depol
PURE M1LA. AND CREAM
WhalMale ami JUtali.
JWt teat: "Beat In th Cltv." ...
U m ut tb BKST. ior
12 Quarts Milk $1.00.
SEIBERT & SON. tci. 70a..
!39 Stnnley St.. 5 min. from fnt"
For Your Insurance and
Avoid trouble by having your Insur
ance written by a man who knows
how. Go to
DWIGHT A. PARSONS,
awv III ;
I HAR.RY VALLONi
, will be Harry Vallon, a former as
sociate of the convicted, lieutenant,
i and Jack Rose, the reformed gamb-
;ler, who, with Vallon, "Bridgie"
Webber and Sam Schepps, turned
state's evidence. Vallon was ac- 1
cused by "Dago Frank" Ciroflcl, one
of the gunmen, of having fired one or ,
more of the shots that killed Rosen
thal. Webber ran a gambling .house
at Sixth avenue ' and Forty-second
'street, the rendezvous of the slayers.
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23 Cedar St One Family House and
45 Hawkins St fine Residence and
extra Lot. ., ... .
16 Maple St., two family.
87 Pleasant St., 12 Room Two Fam
Many Other Desirable Properties.
If you are anticipating lnvestlga "
tion in any matter where' secrecy,
Integrity and results are essential,
write A. O. Brown, v . Asyium i
street, Hartford. Conn., Phone J
Charter 1122, nightly at Elizabeth 5
T E R S
We make m specialty of circular let
ters which are fac-eimlle of typewrit
ing. Rebuilt typewriters tar sale and
rent.. AU makes repaired and over
k urn led. ;
26 State St.. Room 21-22, Harford.
RRST CUSS WORK
Linotype Composition Done
EASTERN PRTG. and PUBL CO.
TEL. 634. " 53 CUTKCII ST.
C Ebbesen, Mgr.
7S9 MAIN ST. C0R.WARI V V J J J
HARTFORD, COMN. Vjjjy
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