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NEW BRITAIN FaILY HERALD, TUESDAY, JANUARY : 18, 1021.
3C m s ,'c Square yd. -V' '.r: V $1.C0 Vdiw, at 2 for S1.C0 26 CHORCEI STREET ( CEa5Mi?eini3 iV MATTING J ME ffl y Js for $1.00 3 Underwear libbed Vests and Pants due 2 for $1.00 id W ool Shirts Drawers . alue, for SI. 50 each Union Suaits value, for $2.75 TABLE OIL CLOTH, BEST QUALITY 35 Cents per Yard. 3 Yards for $1.00 Outing Flannel All Colors 8 Yards for $1.00 Apron . Gingham 8 Yards for $1.00 Ladies' Buirson Mercerized Extra Size Hose . 2 Pair for $1.00 WOOL SPORT HOSE $2.00 value, S1.37 Pair Men's Hose County Cook, 4 Pair for $1.00 Men's 50c Lisle Hose, 3 Pair for $1.00 Men's Gray Hose, 6 Pair for $1.00 Silk Hose, 75c to $1.00 value, 2 Pairs $1.00. Men's Wool Sport Hose $1.00 value, 2 Pair $1.00 Underoeai?; Size 20 to 32, 2 for $1.00 . ' A Union Smi s Sizes 2 to 12 Years, 2 for SLC3 i ... ..v ,. ,--?;'., CUdrena's Hose '5 Pairt:;fcrSlX5'i''vW Heaw RibbcdL Best Oualitv farmi 3 Pairs for $1X0 d:'--'h 8 Yards for SLG0 Ladbs Thite BmLm $225 Value, for SU5 ilfit i' JL 01NG WORK Secretary Scope w yftrc rc- moctlne of tlonal Sun- Ytiy ftfter- tora chosen Mr. C. N. B. Cow lo. director to Mm. Lucv the work foltown: go enrolled om urn ac lnr and wc .y. members IllCh ItllOWM ed in our If on a xhlnj; con- y U movcn jrrndtnff. the n a mo uda In tho mes obfita im, which ,ntbU. tut t president V Is enabled when the , the meet- hd did their Ua went or the wel- e forth to to cay our to five a ' work 1 more June h the wilt '"d cttted nt Rackllffe Heights. "Financial aid is eent to a number of worthy people once a month, and -we trust It is a pleasure to those who receive It. "At ThunkAfflvlnf season many bountiful dinners are sent out. also fruit and flowers to those who are shut In. "At Xma tide a tree is prepared at Town Home, decorated with usual or nament, and every inmate provided with a fctft. b.iff of popcorn, candy and orange. The persons ranging from infancy to olJ ukc. "tockln& of good things are sent to the children's home in our city, ntno to tho hooe in N'ewington. and Wind babies at Farmlngton, and wo feel und know our effort are much appreciated. "At Eastef, cake and cream are provided for tho home and many cnlls are nmdo at tho Krwln Home and lit tle kindnesses shown them. In sum mer ftcofton. kind citizens allow the uso of their automobiles for the bene fit of tho children's home,'- thereby giving them much pleasure In a long ride. "The milk station also has its share from oar society,, and we are always glad to contribute to so worthy a cause. A number of nRte are helped by the timely arrival of medicine which Is much needed. "Quite a number of garments are given out from the Layette supplies, and maro a little one provided for. "We have In the society 15 wheel Chairs, Invalid chairs, crutches, canes, air cushions and many things avail able for sick people which we are arways ready to loan. "Flowers, both, cut and potted, are tent to people who are unable to get about. i "Miscellaneous bits' of cheer are sent in many cases, such as coal, bed dothinir. -wearing apparel? - etc.: alio rent is sometime paid for an unfortu nate one. "Occasionally wo obtain speaker, who give us many good ideas per taining to our line of work. Mrs. Water of Rocky Hill gave us a fine address upon the different Institu tions of stato and county, and we' feel much benefited from her aOle dls coure.,r . ;..,.' "We'll now give a brief summary of deeds done by the society during the past year: Xmas cheer sent to 600 people. 100 garments distributed. 39 sheets sent to blind babies', home at Farmlngton. Also many toys and shoes for both boys and girls. 1,245 oranges sent to hospital. 410 calls made on shut ins. Flowers sent to 190 person. Birthday cards to 100 peo ple. $200 given to children's home. $100 given to undernourished children. Fresh Air Camp, at Hurllniton home. $10 to Seaside homo at Nlantlc. ; $2 for Cent-ury club at Xlantlc. $5 for records for prisoners at Wethcrsfleld. Swings and sand boxes sent to Chil dren's Home. $10 given to the Help nnd Hand club. "$10 to help u lady move. "$15 for state dues. "$10 for toys and books for chil dren at Newlngton Home. "$5 on back expenses for .Sunshine IJulletln. "$50 to assist a - worthy person move. "We wish to thank the citizens of New Britain for kind things they have done for us in sending us aid and assistance, both financially and otherwise In our work- "The press also have been kind in publishing things for us wliich has been a material help. We trust that all good deeds will bo recorded and the doer be rewarded for their, good words and works. "And now as we are well started for 1921. may our wortf 'be accom plished, with as good results as the past, always keeping in mind the motto of the society: 'Have you had a kindness showt; Pass it on and may we be strengthened also" by the passage in the 'Book of Books' 'and. Be not weary In well doing, for in due season we shall reap if we faint not. "Respectfully submitted. "LUCY Bj TOWERS, Sec." . ... PALACE Next Week MARY PICKFORD "Heart of the Hills . ' , ':... The Big Fuiraiitaire Stoireaiiid Dollar Day Old Time We know you, good people of New Britain, have been 4 fed on biff glaring" headlines of late announcing reductions of irty to -Fifty Per Cent., yes, and in some cases Below Cost We know you had enough of this and naturally have drawn your own conclusions on this point. The Big Furniture Store's policy has always been to give quality im& service at a price as low as would permit ( But tomorrow being Old Time Dollar Day,. we're, just going to brealc this Golden Rule of ours and go one better and let you pic!t any piece of Furniture from our well selected stock at just 25 discount. 1 Visit this institution tomorrow and let us show you what these dis counts mean to you. We're at one thirty-two Main You an't miss the place, and you Mrf r jf i I . f 1 v