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Silverware for Thanksgiving
)W and T4BLE SILVERWARE, in exclusive de
rhs will add to the attractiveness of your table.
5f nrp cnprio1 Winer V110 wppV in tha- lrnnu'n
tOMMUNITY" and "1847 ROGERS BROS." lines
d there are no better makes in the country
Our HIGH GRADE CUT GLASS will attract
llf attPtltinn iinH nurco oe nnr nrifS are verV 10W
nsidering QUALITY and WORKMANSHIP.
If you are planning a VICTRO
LA for a Christmas Surprise for
your family, it would. be very wise
to make your selection now when
wchave the complete VICTOR
line for you to choose from, as we
predict the usual shortage in De
cember. Come in and select your
HENRY MORANS i
321 MAIN ST., New Britain, Conn.
Thursday, November 25, 1915
Clark & Brainerd's Drug Store
Will Be Closed From 1 until 6 o'Clock
Clark' ,& Brainerd close Thanksgiving Day, because it is a true
buerican Store and complies with Thanksgiving- Day a true Amer
'Do you vitalize the importance of this National Holiday?
No other VNation on the face of the earth observes Thanks
giving Dayexcept, the United States and Canada and we believe the
eason IS mat none OI me vmer iiauous nave me same conditions
or which to - be. thankful.
There are a great many reasons why our customers are thank
ul. too. . .Thankful for the fact that the Old -Fashioned Drug Store
s gone-Vt"hat the Modern Pharmacy has taken its place with its
vloderti Stock, Modern Service, Modern Conveniences and Modern
. , ....
If you have. not traded here as a regular customer, do so for
he coming year, and next Thanksgiving you will have many more
Reasons for being truly thankful.
ON SALE FRIDAY
Buy Them and Aid in Fight
Against Tuberculosis in This City
Red Cross Christmas seals will be
placed on sale in New Britain Fri
day morning and special efforts are
to be made this year to eclipse all
records. The receipts from the sale
of stamps in New Britain are devot
ed to the alleviation of suffering
caused by tuberculosis in New Brit
ain. The money is not sent out of
RED CROSS CHRISTMAS SEALS
mon's shoe sale will be open this
ing,-advt-, . : ' V.
. and Mrs. Arthur C. Kramer and
are spending Thanksgiving week
ra cleaned at the? Union Laundry,
krch street. Tel 904. advt.
music committee of the Christ-
tree celebration, held a meeting
afternoon in the Chamber of
Jmerce. Plans were outlined ror
program, ; ' .
cretary and Mrs. A. H. Andrews
spend the Thanksgiving holiday
bnt miss demonstration of Lion
Lin: In TTa.llnran'8 Clothine store
tlit.- advt. ' ' t
Jus Coblen of New York is the
it of M. T. White for the holiday
I. Barn . dance tonight, State
ory. Adm. 25c.--advt.
Sou can always find something new
paists at the Kavanaugh Shop, 40
;t St., Hartford. They have some
Persian striped chiffons also some
repy body and plain sleeves that
very smart. advt.
p .e committee in charge of the re-
fair of the Y. M. T. A- & B. so-
y will meet Friday evening and
tribute the awards.
delegation of the local lodge - of
bse attended the anniversary ex
ercises, of the Hartford lodge of Moose
last -evening. , .
- Globe Clothing House open this
evening." Closed Thanksgiving day-
Rev. Patrick Daly of St. Joseph's
church has returned from a brief
vacation at Atlantic City, N. J.
Hudson Seal coats, finest,
The married men and single men of
the Svea Social club will meet' Friday
evening in another round of the pin
Turkey Dinner, tomorrow. - Hotel
Regal, 50c advt.
Judge J. H. Kirkham has granted
the motion of Lawyer J. G. Woods
in the city court to reopen the case
of Henry McEnroe vs. D. Carsnell on
payment of costs of $5-
Mrs. Katie Pitkieweczy of Mill
street was removed to the hospital
last night suffering from convulsions.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Meth
odist church will hold a sale on De
cember 3- The usual supper will be
served at 6:30 q'clock.
Martha chapter, No. 21, O. E. S.,
will hold a regular meeting ' Friday
evenirig. An entertainment will follow.
Thanksgiving day services at St
Mark's Episcopal church will consist
of celebrations of the Eucharist, or
holy communion, at 9:30 and 10:30
a. m. There will be music and a ser
mon at the latter service.
town and fully eighty-five perc net.
is spent right here in New Britain.
The remainder is accounted for by
the cost of the stamps" and expenses
incident to the campaign.
More extensive plans than have
ever been considered have been made
by the New Britain Tuberculosis Re
lief society for the year.. One of the
features is the enlistment of t he
Boy Scouts, who, in the role of sol
diers of peace, will sell the stamps
to storekeepers. The Scouts will be
under the supervision of a lieutenant
and their uniform will serve as their
badges of authority.
While the board of education has
not passed on the matter it is un
derstood that school children will as
sist in the sale of seals this year
as in the past. President B. F. Gaff
ney of the school board- is heartily in
favor of the fight against tubercu
losis and approves of the idea of hav
ing the boys and girls in the schools
assist in the great work.
Seals will be placed on sale in the
lobby of the postoffice and the man
ufacturers will be solicited and urg
ed to affix them to their business cor
respondence. In the past the man
ufacturers have provided the princi
pal revenue and it is hoped they
will, be equally as liberal this year;
A. Buol and P. F. King, both of whom
are r connected with New Britain!-,
manufacturing "circles, will have
charge of this end of the sale.
Slides will be thrown on the
screens in theaters, urging the public
to buy the seals. These are now
being prepared by Dr. T. E. Reeks, su
perintendent of health.
The battle against the great white
plague in . New Britain goes bravely,
on every day'although those in charge
of the work perform their noble task
without anydrums or trumpets.
Every year the society helps to
smooth the path for hundreds of
people, who are either afflicted or
who have tuberculosis in their f am
ilies. Warm clothing suitable for
life at sanitoria is provided and hun
dreds of gallons of milk are distribut
ed. All this costs money and one of
the channels for raising funds is
through the sale of Christmas seals.
Everyone can help. Buy the seals,
place them on your holiday corres
pondence and show the world that
you, too, are contributing your share
to the health of the city and the
peace Of mind of its inhabitants.
RIGHT ON THE JOB-
Fresh' Herbs for the Turkey Dressing. Sage, Sum
mer Savory, Thyme, etc. Then for dessert, serve
Whitman's, Belle Meade Sweets, Huyler's, Page and
Shaws or Mary Garden Candies. Make out your list
today, and we will fill it to your satisfaction.
Ihec Dickinson Drug
to. 169 & 171 Main Street
Store Closed from lto 6 Thanksgiving Day.
Registrar and Aid Discover Fire in
High Street House.
Registrar of Voters Thomas J.
Smith, accompanied by Andrew Cher
pack, an interpreter, were on High
street this morning canvassing for the
personal tax, when they smelled
smoke. They noticed smoke coming
from the cellar at 234 High street and
when they went to investigate they
were informed hams were being
This explanation did not suit the
registrar and a further investigation
showed that, his fears were well
founded. With Cherpack's aid he
forced in the cellar door which was
fastened with a padlock, and found
the rafters in the roof blazing. Mr.
Smith hustled out for a pail of water
while his aid fought the flames- Be
tween them they managed to extin
guish the fire. The building in which
they made the discovery contains a
store and two tenements and but for
their timely investigation a serious
blaze might have occurred.
Secretary, of State Burns has in
definitely suspended the operator's li
cense held by Patrick McLoughlin of
Meriden. He was arrested and fined
in this city for driving an automobile
on Elm street while intoxicated.
U. S. GOVERNMENT
INDIAN LAND SALE
Homesteading or improvements
not required Sold on easy terms at
fraction of real value. In Oklaho
ma's probable Oil and Gas ' area.'
Free Exhibition ;Car oh Railroad
tracks at Passenger Station. Visit
the car and learn how to secure a
tract of this valuable land without
going West. Open from 9 A. M. to
9 P. M-
We Want Your
and we guarantee complete satisfaction, unexcelled
workmanship and lowest possible prices in the city.
GIVE US A TRIAL
THE JOHN BOYLE COMPANY
3 and 5 Franklin Square.
New Britain, Conn.
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"SAFETY FIRST ON OUR ICE CREAM"
THANKSGIVING ICE CREAM
We will have a full assortment of Frozen Puddings, Ices, and
Plain Creams for Thanksgiving Dinner.
Three Deliveries. For Prompt Delivery call 906.
In Our Baking Department We Will Have
a Fine Line for Your Thanksgiving Dinner
Mince Pies, Pumpkin Pies, Squash Pics in iLarge and Small
Old Fashioned Molasses Fruit Cake, Solid Pound Cake, LArge
and Small Iioaf Cakes. The Real Old Fashioned Thanksgiving Crul
lers and Doughnuts. The Kind that' Everyone enjoys. ;
The Lady at Our Candy Counter
Have the Following for You
Molasses Cut Rock . . . .19 per Lib.
Home-made Fudge .23 per lib.
All Our Own Make Candies. Buy From the Maker.
In our Delicatessen department we will liave bur XTsual line of
Delicious Salads, Pickles, Cold Meats, Cheese, etc. V '
Come in and give us a trial. We are sure of pleasing you at
Store will close Thanksgiving Day at 1
P. M. Three Deliveries. We will
have our usual Ice Cream Deli
very between 5 and 6 P. M.
Another Group of Extraordinary Bargains
From Our 51st. Anniversary Sale--51st
SUITS, COATS and DRESSES
At Great Reductions
SUITS at Reduced Prices
REGULAR PRICES $25-00
ALLINAN BREAD &
GE CREAM C
$16.75, $19.75 and $25
Our entire stock of Women' and Misses'
Suits now offered at extraordinary reduc
tions during our Anniversary Sale
suits are made of the most
fabrics such as Broadcloths, Gaberdines,
Whipcords. Poplins, Corduroys. Velvet
and Serges in Black Green, Navy, Brown,
and Purple. Most of these suits are fur
trimmed. We advise an early yisit as the
choicest suits are sure to go first espe
cially at the astonish ing low prices we
have marked them $16.75, $19.75 and
MADE TO SELL FROM $30.00 TO $50.00
ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICES:
$25, $32.50, $35, $37.50 and $39
You can purchase Handsome Plush Coats at our Anniversary
Sale at greatly reduced prices. The assortment comprises the lat
est styles some with the belted effects others with ripple effects
the best selling models of the season. The majority are fur trimmed.
REGULAR PRICES $12.50 TO $25.00.
ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICES: ,
$9.75, $12.50 and $19.75
A Beautiful Assortment of Dresses made of Crepe de Chine,
Crepe Meteor, Charmeuse and Taffeta, in all fashionable colors, the
very latest styles..
LECTURE ON NOV. 29
W. L. MORGAN LODGE
IS TEN YEARS OLD
Original Date Selected for Meeting,
Supper and Talk by Dr. Tup
per of Boston
After considerable indecision be-
cause of circumstances over which it
had no control, tho Commonwealth
club has decided to hold its first meet- !
ing of the season on the , date orig
inally selected, November 29. A
postponement to a latter date had
been announced because the club did
not wish to conflict with the charity
concert, which was to have been given
at the Russwin Lyceum on that date.
The speaker Monday night will be
Dr. George W. Tupper of Boston, who
is reputated to be one of the most
capable lecturers ever to appear be
fore an eastern audience. Dr. Tup
per's subject will be "New American"
work, a topic which is certain to in
terest at this time in a city with such
a cosmopolitan complexion as New
Britain. It is anticipated that Dr.
Tupper will refer to hyphenated
The meeting will be held in the Y.
M. C. A- banquet hall and supper
will be served at 6:30 o'clock. After
the supper a musical program will
be furnished. Among the entertain
ers will be four instrumentalists from
the High school orchestra. Mrs.
Thyra Doessel pianist, will render
"Valse -Caprice" by Newman and "To
Spring" by Grieg. Dr. Tupper's lec
ture will complete the program.
Members of the club are entitled to
Mr- and Mrs. John K. Woodford of
Corbin avenue announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Marjorie Rob
bing, to Stuart Arthur Up"son. son of
Attorney and Mrs. Arthur W. Upson
Mr. Upson is employed as a salesman j
by the Elmer Automobile Co., of Hart- !
ford and is a' graduate of the New
Ttrftsiin . Wisrh school in thp class of
11912. Miss .Woodford is soprano
soloist at the Berlin Congregational .
church . '
Grand Officers Attend Banquet and
Spirit of Damon and Pythias
With state officers and many mem
bers present, Washington L. Morgan
lodge, No. 71, K. of P., celebrated its
tenth anniversary in Vega hall last
evening. The event began with a tur
key supper, which was served to the
queen's taste. The Tuxedo Mandolin
and Guitar club of Hartford furnished
music for the occasion and popular
song were sung, th e members and
guests joining in. Following the sup
per, a meeting was called. The roll
showed a large percentage of members
A telegram from Grand Chancellor
Frederick Chapman of Rockville ex
pressing regret at being unable to at
tend was read. The grand officers
present were Grand Vice Chancellor
Charles H. Brewer of New Haven,
Grand Keeper of the Records and Seal
George E. Wright of Hartford, Grand
Justice B. W. Wooding of New Haven,
District Deputy Grand Chancellor
Leon Hall of Bristol, Past Deputy M.
H. Norton and Supreme Representa
tive T. W. Mitchell.
The chairs were occupied by Past
Chancellors as follows: Past Chan
cellor A. F. Mitchell, chancellor com
mander; G. Hennig, vice chancellor;
C. H. Bruemmer, prelate; F. H. John
son, master of work; P. C. Ailing,
master of exchequer; G. H. Mitchell,
keeper 'of records and seal; John E.
Wood, master at arms; C. H. Clark,
master of finance; Edgar M. Wood,
outside guard; John Univin, inside
A social session followed the meet
ing, at which Walter W. Gold presided.
Chancellor Commander F. H. May of
the lodge and visiting grand officers
were called upon for remarks. Selec
tions were rendered by the Mandolin
The annual reception by the sopho
mores to the freshmen takes place
this evening in the High school gymnasium-
The gymnasium has been
decorated' for the event which will be
largely attended as this annual func
tion is one of the events of the school
Out of Fashion's Fur Book Comes These
Furs that look rich, that Are rich, that
give that last perfect touch to a completed
costume yet are not expensive.
Aside from their practical warmth and
their beauty, furs will be in demand this win
ter, more than in any former year. Inspect
our new models now.
THE FASHIONABLE FOX Distinctive
and chic are the new fur sets of the popular
Fox. We are exhibiting them in Red Fox,
Black Fox, Cross Fox, Pointed Fox and
and Taupe Fox. The Scarfs are in full skin
effects the muffs are round novelties with
cunning heads and bushy tails. We show
particularly attractive and well matched
Cross Fox sets.
TT PATH TO mrr OUR KliVD" HARTtfU)i
3-89 ASTLCTM ST. Connecting with 140 TRUMBULL ST.
Rug and Drapery Co.
500 Trumbull Street, Opposite th; llyn Home, Hartford
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE FINEST '
DOMESTIC RUGS MADE THE
These are the nearest to Oriental Rugs of any
made in America. They are made in all sizes. Come
and look at them.
year. Judd's orchestra will furnish
music for the dancing and the grand
march will be led by President John
son and Miss Humphrey. Refresh
ments will be served.
FIREMEN" TO CELEBRATE.
In celebration of the advent of the
year 1916 and the passing of old 1915
the firemen of this city will hold
(their annual dance In Hanna's armory
on New Year's eve. But In addi
tion to this they will preface their
dance with an entertainment to be
furnished by St. Joseph's Lady Mtfl
slrels. The. program will be a new
and interesting one and this added
feature will be sure to Increase tha
attendance. The sale of tickets al
ready is reported as large.
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