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itts For Tlic alia IBrM lline of Silver Tableware, i ; Hand - Painted China, ch Cut Glass, also a , of Jewelry, suitable for iids and Ushers. .ding Rings made to order. fleir & Dyson Co. NEW BRITAIN, CONN. WE IPAY 25c FOR OLD HOT WATER BOTTLES and SYRINGES If you have an Old Water Bottle or Syringe laying: around the house, -.that f leaks, or ' one - that ' Isn't satis "ctory. and :you feel the need of a .ev-'ione, : bring It to our stbre 181 I'ain street, and we will accept It aa .part payment on a new one- , . ; will sell you either one . at the regular price, and ''. ::!!? 1 allow you. -i , . ' . ' ' 25 Cents for Your Old One. t ! . J Iff . items . Moffttt will be con ,me for ; several days 1 abcess on his face, onnell. is attending him. Fagan, pianist, of 66 treet, Hartford, resumes ts'r city. advt. '. ';. ; nd'Cpol evenings. Light "?roof'?, -overcoats $18.00 dyt;;,:4f;y; -;; l. .":. wski interpreted today .rford; County superior New LbndonCounty sii ; Norwich. :- -:, .lymo- Main St., re q ;gf embroidery, initialing Oct. 4tli: Tel. 1466-3. iCarpinski," I a prominent W Fifth Ward , Kepubli- Miss Francesca Gasiew streetr.;were married at morning at the Church Heart of Jesus by Rev. bwski- A, reception and akfast 3, followed after uple left anitheir honey- reopens her ; classes in denortnlRnt a Rnnti'ci jlay, October 6th. 'Appli Ved at . hall Wednesday I or 1 6 6 EVergreen avnue iss ' Jtfiinn will have a b'f Esthetic 3 dancing and rve an eveninsr clans. LECTURE TOMORROW NIGHT This Over. Main . street and see d is the, right car. Ask he prices of . the Ford is radstreet. The time to Ask Bradstreet. Be- eet knows .how to take Iwaysi ; Ask those who Former Missionary ; ih South Will : Speak on "Glimpses of Dixie.".; "Glimpses of Dixie" Is the title of a lecture to be delivered -by Rev. John C. Schmidt of Milwaukee "at St iMatthew's school hall tomorrow eve ning, : -:.-v :;" Mr. Schmidt was for thirteen years a missionary of the Lutheran church among the negroes in the south and during that time acquired a thorough knowledge of . the character and hab its of the colored race. This lecture, which he will deliver in Biglish, has always proved interesting and instruc tive and has been delivered in many of the large cities throughout the middle west. , St. Matthew's choir will also take part in the program with several ap propriate slections. . 1 The following is a l'st of letters ad vertised at the New Britain, Conn. Post Office, Sept. 2$, l"9l5.- Andrew Anderson. " ' ' Frank Brain. 5 Andrew Badziach. W. Drozno. Filonnio Napolitano. ' C. O. Grandstand. William Johnson. . Franeizek Kaumarcik. Robert Leonard. ... John LarSon." , " William E. Mitchell. John Mire, v' 1 .-. , , - Moeiradion. 1 Frank Miller, care of Bowen. Nasiasika. Fredy Red. M. Rosine. , : ' . Francigzek Snjdak. J. Tomelin. " ; ' ' William Tomkin. . . .. !- : . Mrs. Anna Dibble. k Miss Julia Finning. . . Mrs. Mary Hall. . , f Mrs. Annie Pape. t Mrs. Wheeler. - Antenetnsierizesko Rocta. . ' Miss Alice Case. - Miss Mary Babinckinte.; Miss Marguerite Birmingham. . i Miss Mary Hammas; oare of Wells. , Ada G. Parker. Miss Kosephine Pavelik. : Miss Janas Tumiellis. Miss Bess Wiseman. Miss Ida Wheeler, , . Mr, and Mrs. Fred.:,Knowles. Ask for advertised letter and men tion date of list W. F. DELANEY, , "' Postmaster. . 'THE GREAT RUBY" AT :; ' FOX'S TOMORROW FATHER-IN-LAW ARRESTED. In the family of Edward Ostrom of Arch "street it is ihe father-in-law that-causes all the domestic trouble, rather than the proverbial mother-in- law.:. August Uhrbrook, father of Mrs. Ostrom, was arrested on a complaint preferred against him by his son-in-law. V He was accused of a breech of the peace at the Ostrom' home last Saturday night. He made no state ment to ' the court this horning and was fined $10 and costs by Judge John H. Kirkham. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWS. The annual meeting of . the civic bureau of the Chamber of Commerce is slated for October 8 and of the merchantile bureau for October 12. Special meetings of both bureaus will be held in the near future to make arrangements for the ' annual meet ings. The annual . meeting of the Chamber itself will be held 'about the middle of the" month. scioot TIME ' ' ' . ' ' your children need Books, , Paper, Ink, Pencils, Come e us. We have a good t right prices. Stationery Department ae Dickinsoii -Drug "The Great Ruby" the five act Lubin photo-drama based upon' the thrilling Drury Lane drama-of that , name by Cecil Raleigh will be; the big attrac tion at Fox's tomorrow and Thursday when the second chapter of "Neal of the Navy" will also be shown. "The Great Ruby" was the sensation of the year in which it was produced, both in " London and in this : country. It tells the story of a wonderful gemt stolen from India and,' eventually re covered . by the rightful owners after k series of wonderful adventures, in cluding a marvelous flight in a bal loon thousands of feet'' above the earth, This production is one which 'will keep an audience on the tip-top of expectation, for the unexpected happens in every scene. "Neal of the Navy," . the - great 'American serial story, will also be shown. This chapter introduces 'The! vBrute Man," and some interesting and thrilling scenes are enacted. A Chap lin comedy and several other single reels will also be shown. . Holbrook' Blinn, the favorite screen star, will be shown for the last time tonight in "The Ivory Snuft Box,' an, absorbing detective tale of decidedly ; quick action. The tenth chapter of "The Goddess" with Anita Stewart ;and Earle Williams,5 and a Chaplin comedy are also offered on today's .'program, which was immensely en joyed last evejiing by a large attend ance. : The Stradelli Four, two men and two women, fill out the vocal portion of the big bill, and last evening were received most enthusiastically, par ticularly the solos of "Mother Macree" and "Because," rendered by the con tralto and tenor respectively. They will have a complete change of num bers for tomorrow and Thursday, blending the , semi-popular ballads with j some, operatic, selections.. , : NILS J. NELSON GOES WEST Nils , J. Nelson, the aviator, -and his brother, H. W. Nelson, left yes terday on a trip to Michigan where the former is booked to give an exhibit at the state fair. Nelson is representing the Submarine company of America. He will show his new machine and make trial flights. Lat er he will fill dates in Oklahoma and Texas. i , Ladies Aux. A. O- H-, whist, Thurs. eve., Booth's hall. advt. 1st. 2nd. 3rd. MMDS OF CLOTHES Low GradeThe bar gain sale kind. Cost little, worth less. No value, wear or satisfac tion. Medium grade Pretty to look upon, some are . fairly well made but all . lacking vital essentials of perfect clothes. Fashion R. B. Clothes, the highest type of ready, t-waj: .clothing and so acknowledged by the trade "the coun try over. Perfection in material, style, work manship, colors and r tailoring,) ; ; v V$18, $20, $22.50, $ ; $250oK - AT Fl U0Ott0 FOOD CHOPPER 'SSHSr ITPHFl. MX Wm 1 HERBERT ! In I L m . I JI ' ' ;-. HARDWARE v lllllll hnnnliuinMil lL---,r-?: 336 I jjjj'l ' . . zm j i5o $2.00 a; a $2.00 ir 1 76 moo ' . HI MB HATS A beautiful showing of very smart Trimmed Hats in great variety of shapes, including Pokes, Turbans, Tricornes and Sailors trimmed with flowers, fancy steel novelties and Oriental effects. This showing of smart fashions will inter est you in price as well as artistic style. Big display of the new circular and flow ered Veils. New Fall Gloves, complete line of the best makes for every occasion. BOWEN & CO HEARS OF STRIKE IN THE FAR WEST Chief William J. Rawlings Reads of Iiocal Riot In Omaha Papers , Comes Home at Once. Chief William J. Rawlings of the police department and family arrived home last night after an extended trip through the West, during which they visited his son, Krnest Rawlings, of Helena, Montana. Three nights ago Chief Rawlings picked up an Omaha newspaper and in glaring type on the front page he saw the news: "Big strike in New Britain. One police man named Ellinger has his jaw broken and three other officers shot. Entire police department surrounds Coi'bin Screw corporation factory with drawn revolvers." This was the chief's first intimation that anything was wrong at home and he left immediately for the East, traveling three days and three nights. During his western trip Chief Raw lings visited the Yellowstone National park and also made a trip fo the Cripple Creek mining regions, where big gold mines are located. He also went to Washington, stopping at Seattle, and continued on to Portland, Oregon. At Portland he was inter ested id' Hvitness a street brawl be tween an Englishman and a German. While watching this fight he met Francis J. O'Neil, a former New Britain man, who is traveling through the West. ANNAPOLIS EXAMINATION. Congressman P. Davis Oakey will fill the vacancy existing in the First congressional district for the United States Naval academy at Annapolis by a preliminary competitive examination to be held at the City hall, Hartford, on October 20. Congressman Oakey chcoses this method of appointment, which he employed last May in mak ing a West Point appointment, as the fairest to the greatest number. It Is required that all candidates must be actual residents of the district from which they are appointed and not less than 16 and not more than 20 years of age at the date "of admission toi, the academy. Applicants for the competitive examination should in form Congressman Oakey at once in order that they may be given cards authorizing them to report to the secretary of the local civil service board. KVKNING SCIIOOIi OPENS. Registration on the First Night Reaches 430-. With a "registration of 430 and prospects for many more pupils with in the week, the evening schools open ed last night at the Central Gram mar school. Principal W. C. French is in charge of the school and his faculty is as follows: Misses Alman ritter, Anderson, Barry, Berkowltz, HORSFALL MADE READY FOR-SER VICE CLOTHES DESIGNED, CUT AND MADE UP On Our Own Premises by carefully trained and skilled Tailors under most favorable con litions. These Suits have a high bred "air" that places them in a class by themselves, and we believe that the most critical observer will be unable to dis tin giish them from regularly made Custom Tailored Garments. Hundreds of them are on sale in our Men's Clothing Department, (Second Floor Above Trumbull St. ( At prices ranging from $25.00 to S35.00. You are all invited to can ... see this product of one of Hartford's newest indus M rs pats to nur our KIND nAivironn, C3-89 ASYLUM ST. Cotmocthiff xriih 110 TEUMRTJLt ST. Chilly m ornings are refreshing when sleeping, but how about getting up? Do you ponder when you stop to think of your cold room? Well here's thle remedy An Electric Radiator It drives the chill away and makes the room as wajrm as toast, and it costs just half as much to operate on our New Residence Rate. ; . v , ; , . . -. ; . -v. Universal Electric Radiators At $12.00 and $5.00 See Them At Ouf Office THE UMTEO ELECTMC LJKGHT & WATER CO. Burns, CahHl, Campbell, Cassale. Crosby, Clark, Costello, Crowley, Don ohue, Fox, Gold, Goldsmith, Haye, Henry, nickel, , Judge, Plalattd. Pouzzner, Roche, Rosenberg, Ryap. Waddell, Osborne and Tormay and Messers- Bonln, Dempsey, Fandel, Stevens, Hall, W, L. Haggen Mru Genlsh and Mrs. Walien. .... Besides the regular studies, special courses in bookkeeping, typrewriting, mechanical drawing, dressmaking and domestic science will be taught thin season. In connection with this work the rooms In the new Prevocational school are being used. The session will be held Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings during the week. Miss Crowley is in charge of the type-, writing classes, Mrs. Wallen In charge of domestic science; , and Mis Os borne of the dressmakeing classes. Miss Hayes is teaching bookkeeping and Messrs- Hagen and Bonin me chanical drawing- GYPSIES MAKE TROUBLE. Buy Little in Stanley Quarter Store, But Steal Much More. A band of gypsies passed through here yesterday and in Stanley Quarter stopped to make some purchases at the general store. Two women, en tered and while one purchased a few small articles the other was indus triously engaged In stealing many more. The nefarious practice was discovered and a complaint was made to the police. A New York man also appeared on the gypsies' trail. Ho claimed to be looking for his brother, who left with the wanderers. He asked aid from the police. the New Britain General hospital last night and wired together the broken; parts of his Jaw bone. The opera- tlon was a delicate one and took two. hours. By this operation It is ex pected that w"ien he recovers th offi cer's face will not be badly disfig ured. ' Thomas Easa, who Was run down accidentally by T. N. Webster's auto mobile at the corner of Commercial and Main streets on September 6, hat recovered and is now seeking dam ages from the Hartford autoist. I GOING TO BAKERVTIiLE. Sheriff Stock well Going Back to Scene of His Boyhood Days. Deputy, . Sheriff and , Mrs. M. D. Stockwell and Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Wells will . leave by automobile to morrow for Bakcrville, in the town of New Hartford, to take part in the Old Home Day celebration there. At noon the Ladles' Guild of the Metho dist church is to serve a chicken pie dinner to all guests. Sheriff Stockwell is a native of Bakerville. BROKEN JAW 'WIRED. Dr. Henry T. Bray, Dr. Clifton M. Cooler, surgeons, and Dr. C. W. Viv ian, dentist operated on Special Of ficer George Ellinger's broken jaw at Building Master Men Potash, sodium, lime and iron are some of the vital min eral Halt necessary to proper nourishment of muscle, brain and nerves, but are not found not foun-l in proper abundance in white bread and many other foods. Grape-Nuts made from whole wheat and malted barley richly supplies these needed mineral elements and is a delicious dish served with cream or rich milk. Grape-Nuts food is splen did for brain workers, and ideal for school children. Being partially pre-digested, it U quickly absorbed by the sy-: tem going directly to the up building of sinew, brain andv nerves without overloading tho stomach. ; "There's a Reason" Sold by Grocers.