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NEW BRITAIN DAILY- HEKXEDS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,i 191 5.
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EVENING
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jFVSTEAK, ,gS lb 17c
j SUGAR, . .gibs-30c
S, 2 pks 27c
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?FURE LAMP, 2 lbs 21c
JIUESDAY SPECIALS
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ib, lb 12c
CHOICE BEEF
PotRoast,lbl5c
FINE CORNED
Spare Bibs, ib 10c
.'JERSEY SWEET POTATOES Pk 25c
frSS. doz 9c Onions ?etw4qts 12c
iris igt doz 1 2cv Bananas g dozlOc
IT JUICY ORANGES doz 17c
assorted
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M Pinkies, nt 15c
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Salad Dressing, bot 10c
Paro Wax, . 1 -Ib pkg 9c
35c
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InTCY MILD CHEESE lb" 1
IY BEST FRESH EGGS doz OO
IE GRADE PEANUT BUTTER . .lb!
JN AWAITS
MING OF FAIR
nds nf Sclioo Children
tninv Snfir.tar.lft Tomorrow
the advancing hosts of a Teu-
Jmy preparing to invest a Polish
Vibitors inarched onto the State
bunds yesterday and - today.
tance in force began Saturday
soon as the Charter Oak fair
Lnd before daylight Sunday a
earn of wagons bearing agri
o machinery and countless
bthibits stretched along the
Berlin. All day the enclosure
with activity. Canvas hands
bsy erecting scores of tents
le concession people were
r thing along the midway.
y was perfect and every one
ed with the big event was en
ically laboring to put things
r and get ready for the army
tseers who will view the ex-
auring the coming four days,
ktions were similar today only
more were at work, all bend-
iir - energy to give Berlin the
and best fair in the history of
icultural society. . Most of the
ere erected and flags were fly
rywhere. Along Farmington
adirig to the passenger station
yond ' to Upson's corner, the
hh to the fair grounds is her-
mtn a iiDerai display 01 Dum-
Jung from 1 poles and wires,
the first time in the history of
night programs will be car
at - and thousands of factory
3 wJio under the present press
Iness have no opportunity to
nIopportunity to take in the
jwhich will be illuminated with
'ousand electric lights. The
Bletefric Light and Water com
mas charge of the fair lighting
lloepare no effort to make it a
.f. Besides the multitude of
lights which will tend to turn
nto day, a big central search-
ill play on the grounds from
angle.
fair will open at 9 o'clock to-
v morning. Every exhibit will
place at that hour and to the
tail will be ready for publio in-
n. Children's day will be ob-
tomorrow and in honor of the
Berlin schools will close all day
iousands of New Britain school
;n will lie given a half holiday,
school in New Britain with the
ion of the High school will close
3 , afternoon and the Newington
schools will also be closed in the af
ternoon for the same purpose.
Tomorrow's Program.
The program for tomorrow, the
opening day, follows:
9 a. m. Grand opening.
11 a. m. Judging oral exhibit.
2:30 p. m. Children's games.
Events 1: Package rush for boys; 2,
prize package rush for girls; 3, ad
vancing the signal by Boy Scouts; 4,
peanut scramble, boys; 5, free oranges
for girls; 6, flags to front race be
tween children of East Berlin, Ber
lin and Kensington schools; 7, roll
along, for boys; 8, banana picking,
for boys; 9 candy scramble for girls;
10, three-leg race, for boys; 11, doll
jump for girls; 12, sack race for
boys; 13, red, white and blue race for
girls; 14, carrying the colors, Berlin
East Berlin and Kensington chil
dren -2 p. m. I'Artigan's wild animals
in arena.
3:30 p. m. Daylight fireworks.
4 p. m. The Valentines, aerial act.
4:20 p. m. Calvert, high wire king.
4:30 p. m. Balloon ascension.
4:45 p. m. Leroy and Appleton.
5:00 p. m. The Auto Friends.
7:45 p. m. Band concert, Philhar
monic band. Dancing in Foresters'
hall.
8:00 p. m. D'Artigan's wild ani
mals in arena
8:20 p. m. The Valentines (4)
aerial act.
8:40 p. m. Calvert, high wire king.
9:00 p. m. The Auto Friends.
9:15 p. m. Leroy and Appleton.
9:30 p m. Grand fireworks display.
FUNERAL OF SPRAGUE.
Paris, Sept. 13, 12:35 p. m. The
funeral was held today of William
Sprague, former governor of Rhode
Island, who died at his residence here
on Saturday. The Rev. Dr. Samuel
Watson, rector of the American
Church of the Holy Trinity, officiated
at a simple service at the Sprague
home. The body was then taken to
the mortuary chapel of the American
Church, in Ave Alma, where it will
remain until forwarded to Rhode
Island.
FRATERNAL NEWS '
ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H.
A regular meeting of the Ladies'
Auxiliary, A. O. H. will be held in
Eagles' hall tomorrow evening at 8
o'clock.
, Alexandra Ixdge.
The business meeting of Alexandra
lodge, No. 24, I. O. D. of St. George,
will be held in new Turner hall Wed
nesday evening at 7:30 sharp. After
the meeting there will be a public
whist.
New Britain Council, Jj. G. E-
New Britain council, Ladies of the
Golden Eagle, will meet tomorrow
night with Mrs. Belle Neibling of
251 Fairview street.
Indianoia Council.
Indianola Coun6il, Degree of Poca
hontas, will hold a meeting tomorrow
night. After the meeting the degree
team will drill. All members are re
quested to be present.
St. Elmo lodge, K. of P.
St. Elmo lodge, K. of P., will con
fer the rank of esquire on pages on
Wednesday evening.
Sir Francis Drake Jjodge.
The degree team of Sir Francis
Drake lodge, No. 429, O. S. St. G., has
been selected by the Grand lodge of
Connecticut to put on the initiatory
work in South Manchester on Wednes
day night when a new lodge is to be
instituted. The team, accompanied
by several members of the lodge, Avill
leave by auto from Vega hall at 6; 30
prompt.
Club Outings.
The annual outing and clambake
of the Emmet club was held yester
day at McMahon's farm in Stanley
Quarter. Sports were a feature of
the event.
The members of Lexington lodge,
I. O. O. F., held their annual outing
yesterday at Weigand's Grove on
Shuttle Meadow road.
The Viking Athletic club enjoyed
an outing at Hart's pond in Kensing
ton yesterday.
Plan for Anniversary.
At the 'meeting yesterday morning
the Y. M. T. A. & B. society received
a report from the newly appointed
anniversary committee. The date was
set for October 21. Peter McCrann
is chairman and James P. Murphy
secretary. President W. J. Kerin re
ported on the state C. T. A. U. con
vention. Three new members were
admitted and three applications re--ceived.
Purchase of pool room
equipment for the society building
was approved.
Hlra Temple, No. 90, D. O. K- K.
The monthly session of the above
temple will be held in Vega hall on
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, and
will prove a very interesting: meet
ing to all members,, as reports will
be made by the general and sports
committee in connection with the
recent summer outing held by the
'Dokey," which was the most suc
cessful ever held.
Communications will be read from
the imperial palace which should
prove interesting to all members of
the temple.
The outing committee will hold -a
meeting prior to the temple meeting,
on Thursday evening.
All members are urged to be present-
FIGHT IS EXPECTED.
Tomorrow night's session of the
board of public works is expected to
develop into an exciting talkfest when
the petition for a sewer on Winthrop
street between Linwood street and
Vance street, comes up for a hearing
There are but few houses in this lo
cality, but the property owners there
are anxious to obtain a sewer and
will fight every inch of the way in
order to obtain it if possible.
OFFICER'S PECUMAK ACCIDENT.
Traffic Officer M. J. Cosgrave was
slightly injured Saturday afternoon
when an auto truck, in rounding the
corner of Main and East Main -street,
drove sufficiently near him so that a
nail projecting from some boards in
the car struck him on the car, in
flicting a slight wound.
W. Ii. Morgan Iodge No. 71, K. of P.
All members of the lodge who in
tend taking in the outing to be held
Sunday, down the Connecticut river,
must let the committee know defi
nitely by tomorrow evening in order
that reservations may be secured
This is necessary on account of the
limited number of tickets.
A large attendance at the next
session of the lodge is desired, as
matters pertaining to the coming
grand lodge session will come up for
action.
Stella Rebekah IiOdge, I. O. O. F.
Stella Rebekah lodge, No. 11, will
hold roll call and celebrate the ninety-sixth
anniversary of the founding
of Odd Fellowship at the next regu
lar meeting, Friday evening at 8
o'clock. Every member is urged to
be present. Following the meeting
there will be a social hour and re
freshments. Final arrangements for
the amusing pink and green contest
will be made. Plans for the field day
to be held next week will be complet
ed. The reunion at Woodmont is to
be postponed until further notice. The
entertainment committee is requested
to be at the hall at 7:15 on Friday
evening.
Lady Wallace Lodge, No. 24, D. of. S.
Lady Wallace lodge, No. 24, D. O. S.,
held a regular meeting on Wednes
day. Two candidates were initiated.
Miss Hannah Scott is attending the
convention of the grand lodge in New
York this week. The next meeting
will be September 22.
I I. O. O. F.
Independent Order Foresters will
hold its regular meeting Friday evening.
Phenix Lodge, I. O. O. F.
The regular meeting of Phenix
lodge, No. 52, I. O. O. F., will be
held. Wednesday evening. After the
meeting, Phenix and Lexington lodges
will play a game of carpet bowls.
Phoenix Temple of Honor.
Phoenix Temple of Honor, No. 19,
will hold its regular meeting at O.
IT. A. M. hall, 277 Main street, Tues
day night.
Court' Charter Oak, F. of A.
The quarterly meeting of Court
Charter Oak, No. 36, F. of A., will be
held next Thursday evening and all
members of the order are invited to
attend and listen' to the report of W.'
Jj Sparmer, who was a delegate at
AFTER SUFFERING
TWO LOME YEARS
Mrs. Aselin Was Restored to
Health by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable
Compound.
Minneapolis, Minn. "After my little
one was born I was sick with pains in
my sides which the
doctors said were
caused by inflamma
tion. I suffered a
great deal every
month and grew very
thin. I was under the
doctor's care for two
long years without
any benefit. Finally
after repeated sug
gestions to try it we
got Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound. After tak
ing the third bottle ot the Compound 1
was able to do my housework and today
I am strong and healthy again. I will
answer letters if anyone wishes to know
about my case. "Mrs. Joseph Aselin,
606 Fourth Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and
herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful
drugs, and today holds the record of
being the most successful remedy we
know for woman's ills. If you need such
a medicine why don't you try it?
If you have the slightest doubt
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound will help you, write
to Lydia E.Pinkham MedicineCo.
(confidential) Liynn,Mass., for ad
vice. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman,
and held in strict confidence.
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the last supreme court convention.
The meeting will be called to order
at S:15 o'clock.
Valient Review.
Valiant Review, formerly Valiant
Hive, will hold its regular meeting
Tuesday evening. Important business
is to be transacted. Election of
officers will also be held. All mem
bers are urged to be present.
New Britain Council, O. U. A. M.
New Britain Council, No. 8, O. TJ.
A. M,, will confer the second degree
on two candidates Thursday eve
ning. The degree team will also
hold a rehearsal and Captain Clock is
planning to put the teams in shape
for work In the near future. All
members interested in the team are
requested to be present at the next
meeting.
Chamberlain Council, No. 2, Jr. O. 17.
, . - , . A. M.
On last Saturday forty members of
the local council made a trip to Dan
bury to play ball with Ben Miller
council, No. 11, of that city. The
trip was made in Halvarson's auto
truck. On arriving in Danbury lunch
was waiting for the local members
and after eating the members and
ball teams went to the park, where
the local team beat Danbury in a
twelve-inning contest by a score of 8
to 6. Chalmers and Scharff were the
batery for the local team and Kelly
and Gulloti for Danbury. Chalmers
had seventeen strike-outs. After the
game . a sheep roast with all the
"fixin's" was served and every mem
ber who went is loud in his praise for
the hospitality of the Danbury broth
ers. The return trip was made with
out any mishap.
TURKS FACE DEFEAT
IN DARDANELLES
(Continued from First Page.)
German policy is reported to be be
coming increasingly violent.
A complete disagreement between
DJemal Pasha and Enver Pasha, min
ister of war, as well as Taalat Bey,
was reported early this month. It
was intimated that the former minis
ter of marine was suspected of -preparing
a coup d'etat against the com
mittee of union and pr6gress. After
the failure of the expedition against
Egypt under his command, Djemal
Pasha was ordered to Mesopotamia
but apparently did not go there.
LUTHERAN CHURCH EliECTS.
General Council Chooses Miss Hirt As
President Business Sessions.
. Rock Island, 111., Sept. Two
business sessions were before the dele
gates to the general council of the
Lutheran church of North America
today. One of the chief reports to
be considered was that of the church
book committee.
Mrs. C. E. Hoffsten of Chicago,
elected to the presidency of the wo
man's mislonary Society of the Gen
eral Council, declined to accept the
post, and in her stead Miss Zoe I.
Hirt of Erie, Pa., has been' elected.
CHINAMAN IIEI-n.
Springfield, Mass., Sept. 13. Baw
Young, alias Ng Yok Leung, who is
accused of murdering Wu Shee Chang
and Ng Hong, was held without bail
in police court this morning for ar
raignment Friday. The grand jury is
sitting and an effort will be made to
have Young's case presented to it at
this session. Young was discharged
by IT. S. Commissioner John L. Rice
this morning on a charge of violating
the; Chinese exclusion act. Fear of
being departed under this act is the
motive, the police say for the crime.
New
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Next Year
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Outing
The phenomenal success of the Christmas Club has encouraged
us to yield to suggestions from many people that we establish a club
along similar lines which will enable members to accumulate money
for vacations.
To give our patrons and the public the advantage of an easy
method of providing money for an outing next season our new Vaca
tion Club
WILL BE OPEN FOR MEMBERSHIP SEPT. 13, 14, 15
HOURS FOR JOINING 4 TO 6 P. M. AND 7 TO 9 P. M
There will be Three Classes in which regular payments are to be
made for 40 weeks, beginning Sept. 13, 1915, and ending June 12,
1916.
CLASS C
Dues 50c a week.
Matured value $20
CLASS D
Dues $1 a week.
Matured value $40
CLASS E
Dues $2 a week.
Matured value $80
JOIN EARLY. CLUB LIMITED TO 1200
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Personal
J. "Warren Roche of Bassett street
left today for Rochester, N. Y., to
enter St. Bernard's Seminary to study
for the priesthood.
Miss Olive Carter of Scranton, Pa.,
has returned to her home after a
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C.
Palme of 114 Columbia street.
Miss Pearl Osbenback of Scranton,
Pa., will arrive Wednesday to spend
her vacation with Mr- and Mrs. C. C.
Palmer of 114 Columbia street.
Albert A. Buell of Pleasant street
left today to resume his studies at
Storrs college.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert N. Dix of
Hartford spent Sunday with friends
on Stanley street.
John Stewart end Percy B. Cooper
of Patchogue, L. I., were visitors in
this city yesterday.
Leonard C. Maier left today for
Williamsftown, Mass., to resume his
studies in Williams college.
Sydney Poison left today to re
sume his studies in Rensselaer Poly
technic Institute
Edward Freberg has returned to
Detroit, Mich., after a visit in -this
city.
H. M. Barnes loft today for Troy,
N. Y., for a short stay.
R. R. Willoughby has gone to
Amherst, Mass
Mrs. A. C. Peterson left this
morning for a visit with friends in
Fulton, N. Y.
Miss Leah E. Adelman has gone to
New York for a sojourn with rela
tives. Daniel M. O'Brien has returned to
New York after a visit at his former
home in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Scott have
arrived home after a visit to the two
Calif ornian fairs and a tour of the
west, including several of the big
parks. While going out a visit was
made with Mr. Scott's sister, Mrs.
Max C. Brownell, Conrad, Mont.
City Items
Officer Clarence Lamphere ha re
turned to traffic duty at Crowell's
corner.
A case of diptheria on Francis
street has been reported to the. health
department.
Join New Britain National Bank
Vacation Club tonight. See adv.
advt.
Charles Bodley left today for Rich
mond, Va., on a business trip for
Beaton & Cad well.
Mrs. H. L. Foster of 154 Black Rock
avenue is at the Hartford hospital re
covering from a serious operation.
Oliver M. Baker is having Architect
C. C. Palmer draw plans for a semi
bungalow he is to have constructed at
Maple Hill-
Willis D. Thomas of Pearl street,
driving a Ford car, ran into Frank
Molyzas near Commercial street early
Saturday evening. Mr. Thomas was
not at fault. Molyzas was not badly
injured, suffering only a bruised arm.
An ice peddler named DeMotte has
been ordered by the Police and Hu
mane Agent James White to discon
tinue using one of his horses on the
heavy loads until the beast has had
an opportunity to rest up and get ia
condition. ... ,
A special meeting of the Children
of Mary will be held at St. Peter'A
church tomorrow evening at 7:30 1
o'clock to make arrangements for th
funeral of Irene Supernant. The fun H i
eral will be held at' 9 o'clock Wed
nesday morning,
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Carm
400 High street are, receiv
gratulations over the birth
ter yesterday
clock Wed- 1
Carmody of S
iving con- V
of a daugh- f
n
TO ELECT DIRECTORS.
A meeting of the building associa
tion of the Chamber of Commerce
which is in charge of the erection of
the new factory for the Hartford Auto
Parts company, will be held Wednes
day afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Di
rectorr and officers will be chosen.
FORMER GOVERNOR DIES.
Eaton, Ohio, Sept. 13. Andrew L.
Harris, former governor-f Ohio, died
here early today. lie -was governor
of this state from 190G to 1909 incl tT-,
sive an J was 80 yeari old.
PROF. TAYLOR DEAD
Andover, Mass., Sept. 1 3. Prof
John Phelps Taylor, a member of the
faculty of Andover Theological Sem
inary for many years, and widely
known as a preacher died today.
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BURKE SELECTED.
Pierre, S. D., Sept. 13. Former
Congressman Charles Burke, of
Pierre 3 has been "'selected by Chair- i
man Hllles of the republican national
committee to fill the position of na
tional committeeman from South Da
kota, to fill the vacancy caused by the
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