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NEW--' BRITAIN DAILY HfcRALD, 1 UESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1921.
fiS ; DECISION RESERVED ON VHEELER WILL Hartf&rdb Shopping Center r-"N ""T" L. n; 5 AS !4, Via Jan. Sale of Undermuslins Now in Full Swing With Prices Much Lower Than in Years NEW FRESH GARMENTS IS WHAT WE ARE OFFERING Our patrons with saving that will bring all women to buy now. Silk and cotton undies daintily trimmed with laces, embroidery, tucks, etc., also hand made lingerie in a large variety. Gowns, petticoats, chemise, corset covers, bloomers and drawers. Hand made Philippine underwear is offered also at unusual price reductions. Replenish your needs now while this sale is on. Batiste Bloomers of good grade, with plain ruffle, flcsli eolor, also with fancy stitch ruffle, other of line quality sateen, also finer Hloomers of white or flesh color of batiste, crepe, and mercerized fabrics, embroidery or lace, priced 49c, 69c, 79c, 89c, $1.29 and $1.69. Silk Chemise Hand embroidered, with hemstitching and shoulder straps. Made of crepe dc chine, lace trimmed or tailored styles with insertion. Priced $1.95, $2.95, $3.95. Muslin Gowns of nice material, embroidery trimmed or plain with hand embroidery. Triced 79c, 89c, 98c, $1.29, $1.69, $1.98 and $249 each. Envelope Chemise Lace or embroidery trimmed, or plain with hemstitching, others of built uj shoulders, ribbon straps, also more in elaborate styles, priced for this sale 89c, $1.29, $1.69 and $2.49. v Muslin Skirts of good material, with embroidery trimmed with underlay, priced at 69c, 08c, $1.29, $1.69, $1.98, $2.49. Also in several patterns. Fine Drawers of Muslin, with ruffle of Ik m stitching and tucks, some prettily trimmed with embroidery, while others are made in the straight and circular styles, priced 39c, 49c, 69c, 89c and $1.29 pair. Philippine Garments Gowns and Envelope Chemise, hand made, hand scalloped and embroidered, in beautiful designs,. also Gowns with "elaborate embroidery and open work, all hand made, priced for tjiis sale $1.89, $2.89, and $3.89. Big values these. Tailored Gowns of crepe dc chine, sleeveless, hemstitching and lace trimmed, also Gowns with or without sleeves, priced at $3.95 and $4.95 each. '1. UaVINU All AUTOMOBILE D KXIVKltY FOR HKW BRITAIN IOC CAN DEPEND OS PROMPTLY 4 RECEIVING AUi TRV CiOODS PURCHASED OF UK. -j BE.lllf HEWS, III IN IMS MORE iORSES THAN AUTOS sessors1 Books Show "Old Dobbin" Secure in Town Vi' - "p&in.'R r,nnn report Irnvrs Hof.pl tat Minus Two rocs Kngageraent I Announccd- forcmcn'ft Piirtjr Tonight Other ryii Item.. . . I ha been said that the horse in 'hlni. nf Ihft mint hut thin vnr'i Unment figure reveal tho fa-t ither are horses as agairuit lUtpmoblles, putting the pleasure t the minority for tho first, time vtrat yi;rs. Last year the figure i reverned with a large -balance on lUtomoblle side of the ledger. Tho has gained a. large number of Sines during the nat year; but MiuineM havo made a Mill larger When It comes to actual value. v,cr, the grand list ia. benefited to nXteat of some $50,000 more by tutorrWjil. VMst JVcrUn Items. Vnw Trevethan was 'able to be .Sunday after an )llnKs of moro live months. It was a pleasing rl;f"-y his many friends to seo him about again, as hts condition was critical a hort time ago. He has been under the care of Dr. T. C. Hodgson since his early illness. Tomorrow evening the "Iteds" will give the "Blues" ajsupper at the Methodist church. The banquet is the outcome of a rontest for members which was won by the "blues." The "reel" are composed largely of men and the "Much' principally of women, and. as the report goes, the men, to promote harmony generally, let the "bines' have their feast." The pupils of the Hubbard school were dismVtsed at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon to permit the teachers to attend the meeting in Kensington. The Knights of Pythias will meet in their rooms over Cole's store tomor row evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Holigan re turned yesterday from a week-end vifilt with relatives In Mlddletown. Arrangements are under way to have tho second entertainment of, the Ly-' ceum course at Athletic Hall the lat ter part of theNweek. The Sunshine Girls will give a musical program. 15. W. Schultz of Vest Cromwell is to move Into tho residence next to the Methodic church. Charles Stebbins formerly resided ihere. The Sewing club will meet at the home of Mrs. Archer Walsh Wednes day evening. One of the tlbest looking red foxes ever seen here was brought in recent ly by Edwin FJenxon, who shot it on lamentation mountain. It had a beautiful lustrous coat which Mr. Bensen intends to have made into a lu r. Di-!ared From Hospital. John Koss. a resident of Kensing ton, suffered a painful and serious accident Saturday afternoon while chopping wood In the yard of his home,' as a result of which two toes were amputated at the Xew Britain hospital Sunday. He was discharged from that institution yesterday and re- BETTY AND HER BEAU err out or my ( iVi her steady WAV1? ItOUDMDU 'I A1V1N APp YOU a BETTY GAVE HE J V GO ON NOW ! jrTEroN X - k I X JV V -1111111 HEY ALVItS - I XJ THOUGHT YOU HAD A DATE WITH BETTY TNiGrrr t WHAT ARE YOU LOAHN HEftE FOR ? turned to his home here. He will be unable to be about his usual activi ties for some time as a result of the unfortunate occurrence, however. Koss had Just sharpened his axe and went into the yard to try out the keen blade on a load of wood. The heavy rains had caused a muddy condition in the yard, so he put on a pair of arctics before leaving the house. One of the first swings Of the axe'niissed its mark and it went through the arctic, a heavy shoe, a fotrk and bulged in his foot. He threw the axe aside and hurried to the house where the aid of a doctor was secured. The injured member was found to be in a serious condition and his removal to the hospital was found ad visable. When brought to the hospital it was first believed that several toes and possibly the whole foot might be am putated since the axe had almost com pletely taken off two of the toes while a third toe was badly cut. A deep gash almost severed the foot at the instep. The foot, however, re sponded to treatment and but two toes were amputated. It is not ex pected that further amputations will be found necessary, although the member will be under treatment for several months. H. & Ji. Dance. Thursday evening at the Grange hall the B. & K. club of New Britain win hold its first dance social in the form' of a mardi gras specialty with O'Brien's orchestra playing for dancing. William Scheyd. a popular Xew Britain entertainer, will sing dur ing the waltzes, and George Paris will entertain with a "Frisco Dance". Wil liam F. Kgan, monologuist, will be hoard during the intermission. St. Paul's rieport. The annual statement of St- Paul's church prepared by Rev. J. C. Bren nan shows a prosperous year. That the congregation at the church has increased is shown by the fact that it is necessary to hold two masses on Sundays instead of one. Masses arc now conducted at 8 o'clock and at 10 o'clock. The present church was built in 1914 and only one mass was held on Sundays. Because of the crowded conditions it is now necessary to hold a second Father Brennan is assisted at the services by Rev. Father Casey of t Thomas seminary in Hartford. Father Brennan also has charge of the Catholic church in East Berlin, the mass being conducted there at 9 o'clock each Sunday with the exception of the first Sunday in the month when it is held at 10 o'clock. The receipts for the pat year are as follows: Pew rents and sittings. $2,103.09; church collection. $2,656.21; diocesan collections, $209-50 -with a balance of $41 87 left from the previous year. This makes a total of $5.010.67.. The expenditures for the year were: Salaries, including clergy. teachers, sexton, labor, choir and organist. $2, 425.50; candles and water. $93.75; fuel. $300.44; Interest. $178 22; light. $66.10; Insurance. $308 08; books and stationery, including the Catholic Transcript, printing and the Cathe- draticum amounts to Sg3g.l4; ritoccs. Postponed Hearing Is Held at ! Probate Court CHURCH MEETING TONIGHT School Observes Thrift Week Grange to Hold Meeting: This Evening Mrs. Roberts Receives Medal for Son Pj thiaiis Meeting. TK9 postponed hearing' on the will of the late Susan Wheeler was held at the -probate court yesterday. Judge of Probate Merritt O. Ryder, presided. I-awyer Mortimer H. Camp of Xew Britain, appeared for the persons mentioned in the contents of the will and the executor, Fred Peace. Law yer Gross, of Hartford, appeared for the contestants. Fred Hastings of this town and his brother. Glover Hast ings of West Newton, Mass- The Hasting brothers are the only direct relatives of the deceased. They claimed the estate on the grounds that the deceased was in no condition to make a will at the time it was drawn. Judge Byington drew it up in September and Mrs. Wheeler died about a month later. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fennel were witnesses to the signing of the will- It was found that Mrs. Wheeler had to be assisted when signing br name and at times dur ing the moment of signing, lapsed into a semi-conscious condition. Judge Ryder reserved a decision until a complete testimony is prepared. 4 Grange Meeting. The Plainville, Grange will hold . Its regular meeting' at the Grange hall this evening. Past Lecturer Mrs- H. Lowrey will have charge of an en tertainment to be provided by the members- An "automobile part;" will be the feature of the evening. The -first and second degrees will be conferred upon a small class of can didates. A social time will -follow the work. Pythian Lodge Meeting. Pythian lodge. No: 4 7, Knights of Pythias, will hold its regular meet ing in the I. O. O "F. hall this eve ning. The second rank will be con ferred upon a small class of candi dates. Immediately following the de gree work, the installation of officers will take place. This will be " In charge of the grand lodge officer. A. buffet lunch will be served in the banquet hall after the installation. ' A. M. K. Zion Meeting. ; A special meeting has been . called for this evening to be held at the 'A. M. E. Zion church at & o'clock. The public is invited to attend. It will be held - under the auspices of the Na tional Association for the Advance ment of Colored People. The main object of the meeting will be for the completion of the new organization re cently started. Officers will be elected and other plans for the future work of the association will be made. Many prominent speakers will attend. Among them will be Mrs. Fred Sey mour of -Hartford, who will be the principal speaker. The meeting, will be a joint union of the Xew Britain and Plainville associations. Rev. E. F;. Barrows, pastor of the church, held ppecal services at the church Sunday, in an effort to raise funds to defray the expenses. There have been several' alterations made at the church during the past few months. A new furnace has recently been in stalled. Rev. Barrows has asked for an appropriation of $200 to help de fray the expenditures. 4 - All money raised for the church will -be used for local work only. Receives Medal. Mrs. C. Roberts of East street has received a Victory 1 medal from the government' for services of her son. Sergeant Leon Roberts, who died in service. The Accolade of the Chival ry of Humanity was also awarded her son. The medal has four bars on it with the names of the battles in wMrh her son participated Schools Thrift Week. The children of the Plainville Grammar school observed -thrift week exercises yesterday. A sum of $50 was received by Principal Orrin L. Judd. which the pupils had taken in, to place on their school bankbooks. Tomorrow morning, TreajAirer A. A. McLeod of the Plainville Trust com pany will address the children of the three higher grades on the necessity of saving money. Rourke Buried Here. John D- Rourke. of Farmington, who died at his home ."Sunday, . was buried in the St. Joseph's cemetery, Plainville, this morning. Funeral services were held at the St. Patrick's church at Farmington. Mr. Rourke was well known locally- Iicaves for Chicago. Mrs. Fannie Shephard has le-ft for her home in Chicago after spending a month's visit with relatives in this town. She was the guest of Mrs. Mary Covert of Washington ave. and Walter Penstead of Farmington avenue. NOTICK Vi do HRht trucking of ny kml. Call 3T, Tearl Street, riainvtlle. Or 'Phone 7fi-3. . l-X5-dx I OR SAI.K Round oak parlor Move, elec tric heater, iron bed. springs and mat tress, also round dining room table.. In quire No. 7 Washington St., Plainville. l-17-3dx DOLLAR! WEDNESB YOUR DOLLARS'4.. DO DOUBLE DID DO L.LAI D $1.75 B. V. D. and Seal Pack Union Suits $1.00 DOLLAR DAY $2.00-$2.50 Soft Cuff Shirts $1.00 DOLLAR DAY $2.00 Blue and Tan Working Shirts $1.00 -DOLLAR DAY $12.00 $10.00 $9.50. $9.00 $8.00 Sweaters Now Now Now . Now Now $6.00 , $5.00 $4.75 $4.50 $4.00 DOLLAR DAY V $2.50 Grey Mocha Gloves $1.00 DOLLAR DAY $5.b0-$5.50 Flannel Shirts $2.95 DOLLAR DAY $3.00 Grey Flannel Shirts $1.95 DOLLAR DAY $2.50-$3.00 Cotton Pajamas $1.00 DOLLAR DAY ; SHOP AT ASHLEY-&ABCOCK DOLLAR DAY $1.50-$2.00 Engles Wool Hose 2 Pairs for $1.00 DOLLAR DAY $1.50 Silk Hose $1.00 -DOLLAR DAY $1.00 ' Silk Hose 2 Pairs for . $1.50 DOLLAR DAY 65c and 75c Hosiery 3 Pairs For $1.00 -DOLLAR DAY $2.50 Neckwear 2 For $2.50 -DOLLAR DAY- $2.00 Neckwear 2 For $2.00 -DOLLAR DAY- $1.00 Neckwear 2. For $1.00 -DOLLAR DAY $6.00-$7.00-$7.50 Soft and Stiff Hats $3.95 DOLLAR DAY $2.50 Domet' Night Shirts $1.00 DOLLAR DAY DON'T FAJIJu TO GlastenL son's Vv do; Wi Woe' DO Wr -DO WW DO BI -DO S Da ) DO Domet 2 DC COP