NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1921.
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flATOR HALL'S BILL
IS PASSED TODAY
(Continued from First Pase
Other Bills Offered
.Other bills offered Included these:
Mr, Wall, for biennial town elec
tions In Torrlnglon; by Mr. Perry to
make election day a 1ck.i1 holiday,
to increase the Jurisdiction of com-
mon pleas courtn In civil actions, and
to aproprlate $50,000 to aid the oys
ter Industry; by Mr. Buckley, to In
crease uularU-s of clerks of the super
Amonjf other resolutions wero
those for Frank II. Hinckley. Judjre
and L. 1J. Falrbrother. deputy Judge
nt Stonlnjcton; Thomas T Dunn at
Merldcn; llernard E. Htpjfin. Judfre,
und Georjre II. Atkins, deputy Juds?o
Other bills concerned Torrington
I recard to Uniting- debt bonds an l
amending the borough charter In re
Kard to building lines: to exterminate
moMiiito breeding places; to permit
Ansonia to lmpono tax liens In Sep
tember to confer city charter; to per
mit the governor to remove probate
Judith for neglect of duty; to make
pn.s.thle prosecution of a hospital
pntlent who defrauds in refusing to
pay hl board and medical bills.
G. O. P. Caucu.
The achate republicans held a cau
cus at the call of President Tro Tern
IlaU ami while a f orward no In
formation was given out. It is un
derstood the discussion was on the
civil service repeal bill which Is on
the senate table. It Is further un
derstood that this bill will go to the
judiciary committee and that new
frafts of a civil service law will be
sent to the committee nnd the sub
ject (a ken up as a whole.
The senate adjourned otit of re
spect to, and nfter adopting a rcs
alutlon by Senator Drew on the death
of former Senator Edmund II. Day
In concurrence resolutions were
adopted nppointlnsr John II. Thacher
and Henry J. Secly, trustees of the
Additional judgeship resolutions,
mostly reappointments were for the
Greenwich James H. Mead and V.
J. Ferris; New London, 8. Victor
Prince, for full term; Stamford.
Kntnuel Young and J. E. Brinckerhoff;
Killingly, W F. Woodward and O.
K. Ferris; Stafford Bprtngs. W. H.
Ilea Id and K. K. Taft; Norwich. J.
It. Barnes and 11. H. Pettis; Nor
walk, Xehemlah Candee and V. II.
The public utilities commission re
port on trolleys was sent to the rail
road committee by the house where
as it had been expected that it
would go to the committee on roads.
TWO KILLED AND
TEN ARE INJURED
(Continued from First Tage.)
Ten Injured persona wero taken to
tho Bayonne hospital.
names Envelop Ilulldlnjr
Flfteen persons were inside the
small building- when tho explosion
occurred. Instantly the structure was
wrapped in names. Several nearby
buildings caught fire but were saved
by prompt arrival of fire apparatus.
The fire was caused by the ignition
of films which flared up with a bUst
that shuttered windows in the vicini
ty. One body was indentifled as that of
Ml mm Kthel Suckow 24. She apparent
ly leaped from a fire escape after
flames shooting from a second floor
landing had enveloped her.
V. W. C. A., NOTES
The members of the Y. W. C. A.
enjoyed a resolution party last eve
ning In the association rymnasium on
Court street- Games, apropos to the
occasion, as well as shadow pictures
and chamdes. were on the program.
As the association is soon to start a
membership campaign some of the
charades and pictures bore on this
This party was one of a series of
social events which the members and
their friend have planned for tho
Mrs. T. II- Urlstoll of Grove, Hill
left yesterday for Fitz Williams, X.
H., where sho will spend a few
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Noble of Lex
ington street left today for Dayton,
NO JAZZ TILL. 10 P. M.
Torrington. Jan. 18. No Jazz music
can be played at dances and social
events In City hall here until after 10
p. m., by which hour all town and
borough officers are supposed to have
quit work. The workers complained
that the Jazz music hindered them in
COLLEGE CLUB HAS
and Rendition oi
Polish Mnsic Well Received
Rounds of appreciative applause
followed tho rendition by Miss Ilga
It. Harvey, pianist. Miss Kathleen
Crowley, soloist, and Karl Lambert,
violinist, last evening at r meeting
of the Xcw Britain College club at
St. Mark's parish house. The recital
was preceded by a most interesting
discussion by Miss Harvey, of Polish
music and musicians. The speaker
devoted a few minutes to each of the.
recognized musters of Polish birth
or descent, dealing especially with
Cropin, Weiniawski and Paderewski.
whose works were afterward render
ed. The discussion was the first of
a series of similar discourses which
will deal with the artists of various
European countries. A sizeable aud
ience was present to enjoy what
proved to be one of the most inter
esting and entertaining meetings ever
held by the organization-
Miss Crowley's plcasiiy? voice cap
tivated the audience from the start.
She rendered Chopin's. "The Maid
en's Wish." with a npllsh that could
hardly help but please. John J. Crean
furnished the accompaniment at the
The work of Earl Lambert as vio
linist was flawless. He played one se
lection "Romance," by Wieniawski
which was al that -could be desired.
Mr. Lambert has appeared in several
musicalea previously and his work la-st
night was equally as gxod as that of
The piano numbers, featuring the
works of Chopin and Paderewski
were played by Miss Harvey, whose
work did full Justice to those masters
Paderewskl's "Mayzurek" and "Melo
dre" were given and Chopin's Ballads
Xo. 3, Op. 47, was played In a pleas
ing manner. Miss Harvey, who is an
instructor at the High school, has
been directly responsible for the suc
cess of the orchestra at that inetltu-
lon for several years past, and has
i:isuua.iiy uireciea some or tne city s
most successful recitals in the past few
years. Her work as a pianist id always
of the highest order.
DEPOSITS SHOW INCREASE
In Reports on Conditions of People's
The report on the condition of the
People's Savings bank of New Bri
tain which was filed on the last day
of December of last year shows an
increase of $419,402.72 in the de
posits over those of the previous
year. The total assets of the bank
are $931,209.76 with the total liabili
ties amounting to the same. On
December 31, 1920 the deposits were
$904,417.03 as compared with $485,
014.30 fo rthe year ending: December
The following are the officers and
directors of the bank: A. S. Andrule
wlcz president; B. F. Gaffnry. vice
president; J. C. Loomls. vice-nrest.
dent; Adam Greckl, vice-president;
Leo Bojnowskl, treasurer; Paul Nur
czyk, assistant treasurer; Victor
Domain. aasistant treasurer; W.
Famorajczyk. secretary; J. A. Klos
kowski assistant secretary; John
Zujko. J. Kworek, J. Soltys, B. Mysli
wiec. W. Godlewskl, A. Bejnard. F.
KILLS LITTLE SISTER
Six Year OKI Stamford Boy Fires Off
Revolver Which Fatally Wounds
Two Year Old Child.
Stamford, Jan. 18. Michelina Fi
orlto. two years old, died in the Stam
ford hospital today of injuries re
ceived yesterday when her six year
old brother Antonio, shot her through
tho forehead with a revolver. The
shooting- occurred In the home of the
children's parents at North Mianus,
where the boy is saidt to have pried
open a desk and found the weapon.
Coroner Phelan will Investigate.
THE STORK KEEPS BUSY
A daughter was born today to
Mr. and Mrs. Otto McKee of 111
Dwlght street at the New Britain
general hospital. The couple wero
married in Germany while Mr. Mc
Kee was serving with the army of oc
cupation. A daughter was born today
to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patamore of
338 East Main street, and a son wis
also born this morning to Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Scheyd of 57 Robert
street. Two births occurred last night
at the local hospital, a daughter to
Mr. and Mrs. Albert N. Volz of 94
Bassett street and a eon to Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Quay of 54 South High
Marriage licenses have been granted
as follows: Julian Klejouk of 42 Grove
J street, and Miss Jennie Kachnoski, of
j 133 Pleasant street; Charles W. JoVn
Vson cf 71H Stanley street. nm Miss
ttSTen of 13 Sunrise
Warm $4 gloves $2 Wilson's.
All lined and unlined gloves 1-2
price Day, Connors-Halloran advt.
The monthly meeting of the Stan
dard Bearers of the Methodist church
will be held at the home of the Misses
Westlake at 1.1S Maple street this
evening. . The class meeting will be
held at the church tonight, with F. E.
Neumann in charge.
Biggest bargains Wilson's. advt.
Foresters fair, Foresters' Hall,
Berlin. Jan. 21, 22, 24, 25. advt.
All gloves half price Wilson's-
65c Xolaseme hose, all colors, $ Day
3 pair $1.00, Connors-Halloran. advt.
Miss Helen Bunce of this city, at
tended a mass meeting of the Con
necticut Branch of the National
League of Women voters, held vX
New Haven this afternoon.
Old times. $4 shirts f'l.50 Wilson's
2 lbs. peanut clusters $100. Special
prices on candy, nuts for dollar day
McEnroe's, West Main St. advt.
$55 sheeplined coats $35 Wilson's.
The Probationers' class and the Sun
day school of the Methodist church
will meet at 4 o'clock on Friday af
ternoon. Everything marked down for Dollar
Day at Farrell Clothing Co. advt.
Officers of the E. L. Dunbar en
campment of Bristol, will be Installed
at a meeting- 1n that place this eve
ning:. All local members will meet at
the railroad station at 7:45 o'clock.
$2.50 silk hose $1 Wilson's. advt.
Three $1.60 ties $1.50 Wilson's.
Foresters fair. Foresters' Hall,
Berlin, Jan. 21, 22, 24, 25. advt.
Warm wool $3 underwear $1.50
"Lawyer M. A. Sexton acting for Frank X.
Berthiaun and Son of Bristol, building con
tractors, has filed a petition In the court
of bankruptcy. Ths liabilities are given as
140.000 and the asseats SS5.000. The busi
ness depression is claimed by the firm for
the failure. A hearing will be given tha
creditors at Hartford on January 27.
Special for $ Day, 1,000 shirts $1.00,
$1 50 wool sox 75c Wilson's.
Members of the Court Roy, No.
285, Association Canado-Americans,
are requested to meet at the Regal
hotel at 7:30 o'clock this evening.
Dollar day Wednesday at Farrell
Clothing Co. advt
You'll do a whole lot better at
Everything marked down for Dollar
Day at Farrell Clothing Co. advt.
The board of public works estimates
for the fiscal year will be prepared by
the entire board and not a committee
of members as has been the custom in
the past. A meeting of the board will
be held this evening.
All 25c collars 6 for $1 Wilson's.
The suit of Frank B. Cox against
Edward Hanson of Bristol was tried
in city court this morning. The suit
was brought for-ia commission al
leged to be due Judge W. F. Mangan
represented the plaintiff and Judge
William J. Malone the defendant.
Judge John H. Kirkham reserved the
Six 35c soft collars for $1.00 $ Day,
At tho hospital this afternoon it
was stated that the condition of
Samuel Larson who figured in the
automobile accident last night at
Stanley Quarter was improved- It was
also stated that it is probable that
Burton Clark's eye will have to be
removed because of tho seriousness
of the injury;
Lverythlng reduced at Wilson's.
Alice Belenski. aged 19, a young
divorcee, applied at the town clerk's
office for a marriage license last evening-
Her future husband is Tony
$5 caps $2 Wilson's. advt.
Unable to find work, the head of a
local family paid a visit to Mayor Cur
tis yesterday and told him that his
family was in need ot food. He said
that work was scarce and he was un
able to find a place to earn money for
the family wants. He was referred to
the superintendent of charities.
Foresters' fair. Foresters Hall,
Berlin, Jan. 21, 22, 24, 25. advt.
Two boys about 12 years old were
arrested today for alleged theft com
mitted at the Roseben Hat com
pany on Main street.
All hats $4.95 Wilson's.' advt-
WHAT'S CIIEPER FOR YOUR
NEEDS THAN FISH
AT TOESE PRICES
Splendid Shore Haddock 10c lb
Blue Fish 10c lb
Nice Fat Flounders 10c lb
Newfoundland Herring . 12c lb
Blue Fish Steak 15c lb
Rockport Cod 18c lb
Scrod Steak 18c lb
Fancy Silver Salmon 25c lb
Fresh Mackerel, Halibut, Eels,
Snapper Blues. Butter Fish. White
Perch, Frost Fish, Spanish Mackerel.
Round , and Little Neck Clams,
Steaming Clams, Open Long Clams
Long Island Scallops, Finnan Had
dies. Try our Guilford Oysters, opened
fresh every day at our market.
Seven Matters on Docket for Friday After
noon's Sesolon at 2:30 o'CIocU
Seven cases are on the docket for the
short calendar session of the city court
which will be held at 2.30 o'clock next Fri
day afternoon. The cases follow: Estato
of A. A. Lyman against Fred Macchlo.
f J?' LawJ,er A. A. Greenberg for the
plaintiff. Lawyer I. I. Rachlin for the de
lendant; p. J. Ales against S. Symolon,
? ?Ke S- R Mink for the Plaintiff,
Jufljre C,. w. Klett for the defendant.
Joseph Zuck et al. against ,T. Birnbaum,
order for pleading Lawyer Henry P. Roche
for the plaintiff. Lawyer M. D. Saxe for the
defendant: M. P. Leghorn against James
l-oilla. judgment by default and hearing in
damages. Lawyer J. a. Woods for the
Plaintiff; Justin Posko against Thomas
hecondo, motion for more specific statement.
Lawyer Henry P. Roche for tho plaintiff.
Lawyer A. A. Greenberg for the defendant.
The Reliable Upholstering company
against S. Berson, bond for prosecution
Lawyer Henry p. Roche for the plaintiff.
Lawyer A. A. Greenberjj for the defendant -Patrick
Howley et ux.. against the heirs
and assigns of Henry L. Parsons. Judgment.
Lawyer Elias T. Kinerose for the plaintiff.
PHYSICIAN'S CAR DAMAGED.
Frank O'Neil. a driver for the Gulf Refin
ing company reported to the police this
afternoon, that while his horses were being
in me yard at his home 132 Oak
street, they ran away, and struck an auto
mobile belonging to Dr. George H. Dalton
j .which was standing in front of his home!
The lenders of the automobile were dam
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MORE FOR A DOLLAR THAN A DOLLAR CAN
MORXLXG SALE 9 TO 12:30
SIRLOIN, PORTERHOUSE, ROUND
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FRESH PORK nr)
ROASTS . . . : lb isWC
FRESH PORK Q (J
CHOPS lb aCOC
SHOULDERS 4 p
LAMB lb IOC
LOIN LA JIB q
LAMB LOINS OA
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LAMB . .... lb 14C
BEST CREAMERY BUTTER
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WHITE WIIOLEM1LK CIIEE'E
4 Ib DINNER BLEND COFFEE
10 Pkgs JELL-O
Cans WAX BEANS
Cans SWEET CORN
11 Cans TOMATOES
II lb GRANULATED SUGAR
20 Bars LAUNDRY SOAP
PRUNES ... 10 lb
C 1 OH
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LEMONS . . 5 doz
40 LB $1.00 FANCY YELLOW ONIONS, EVERYONE SOUND 40 LB $l.Cf
Largest Retailers of Quality Meats
Wednesday Dollar Day
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BEST PRINT BUTTER
TRUST CO. ELECTS
Trustees Are Named at Meetia of Stoek
Holder Three New Ones Adde4 to
I4st Are Klett, Searle aod Macoaiber,
At "a meeting of th tnnbhnMr w
J New Britain Trust company, hetd yester
l day afternoon, tho following trustees wer
W. E. Attwood, A. W. Stanley. W. L,
Hatch. Geo. S. Talent T C Cnrirt ti n
Piatt. Geo. L. Damon, Geo. P. Hart ' XV Hi
Cadwell, Frank J. Porter. Isaac D. Russell.
Chas. F. Smith, . A. Niven. J E. Cooper. '
C. J. Parker, Norman P. Cooley. B. A. Haw- '
ley. F. G. Vibberts, C. H. Baldwin. H. H.
Pease, E. H. Cooper. P. B. Stanley, C. B.
a a, onus, iu.. jv. rasco, u. .Bennett G W
Klett, F. A. Searle, K. W. Macomber.
The last three mentioned are new ones
on the board, the others being: all r
lected. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
Principal L, p. siade has returned t.i
school after being confined to his home for
a short time with illness.
Assembly was held in the auditorium this
morning for members of the freshman and
mid-year classes, in observance of Thrift
week. Principal Slade was in charge of the
exercises and Introduced G. Stanley, who
spoke on "Trift In Saving Money and
Time." Exercises will be held tomorrow
for the upper classes.
MCIXEN HAS RELAPSE.
John F. Mullen who hats been convalescing
at St. Francis Hospital, Hartford, for sev
eral weeks, suffered a slight relapse yes
terday. He was reported as somewhat im
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367 MAIN STREET
CHUCK ROASTS f g
BEEF Y lb IDC
POT ROASTS ' 4 f
BEEF Ib IOC
BOILING i rx
BEEF lb 1UC
FRESH 1 Q
HAMBURG lb IOC
MILK FED nn
VEAL ROASTS . . lb 60C
BEST VEAL A tZ
CHOPS ,..;,.. lb flp C .
2 lb 29c
DOLLAR SPECIALS SEE WHAT A DOLLAR CAN BUY
i Packages MACARONI for
15 Packages CORN STARCH ...... ' .. . for
17 Cans SARDINES IN OtL .l........;. for
10, Cans CAMPBELL'S BBANS . , v . . . for
3 Large Cans vTUNA FISH . .:. . ; . for
Cans TOMATO SOUP . . ........ . for
U Large Rolls
DEPARTMENT DOLLAR SPECIALS
I REST MAINE 1 ff
I POTATOES 2 V, DkstP JL mVJXJ
POTATOES 2J4 pks
GRAPE FRUIT 9 foi
OPENED OYSTERS AND
i uiviy tnur
KIRUI AND KLETT
UP FOR PROMOTION
(Continued f.om Flnt !'&ge.)
caucus this evening. Judge Gr'W.
Klett announced this afternoon that in
the event of Judge Kirkham being
named, he will resign as prosecutor" at
once with the probability of his beis
named judge of thef. police and city
court. In view of this,; it will be pos
sible for the council members to narfie
the new prosecutor tonight.
aVTTH TTtOLLEY CAR
An automobilo which was driven by
Peter Cummer of 1S7 Arch street col-
lided with a, Hartford trolley car, yts-i
terday afternoon at the corner of East
and Dwight streets. The automobile
was badlv damazed while the air
commission. 'It was stated tha
fore either the driver of the mavy
or the motorman of the car could isrop
their respective vehicles the Cummerj
auto crashed into the side of the troi-j
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BACON . .... Id
LIVER .... . . . . a lb
FRANKFORTS . . lb
SAUERKRAUT 3 lb
. COR3SEI BEEF lb
GEM NUT MARGARINE Ib 3o
CXTRA LARGE NEW DILL PICKLES each 56
P. AND G. CRISCO lb can 2Sc
HEINTZ'S CHOW CHOW pint 25c
APRICOTS Sli lb
RAISINS 3H Ib $1.00
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