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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL' 5, 1923.
MOTH-PROOF Garment Bags From g9c Up MOTH BALLS MOTH FLAKES MOTHOZONE (Kills Moths) 50c Packaffe The Dickinson Drug Co. 169-1 71 MAIX STREET The woman who likes that something called Tang and Chic to her clothes will approve of the smart Camels' Hair and mixture Suits and Coats, as well as those of the more dressy Twill Cords, Fashona and Cerona, Particularly at the eco nomical prices we are offering them. ii HORSFALLS 95"99jyIumStrett Hartford. -r "It Pays to Buy Our Kind" City It(ps. Children's Home Concert, Fox's theater, April i. Madame Onegin, soloist. Tickets now on sale. Hult grin's, 57 Rrch street, Miller-Hanson Drug Co., 30 Church street and Crow elj's Drug Store, 83 West Main street. advt. Berthold Asal of 27 Arch street and Miss Margaret F. Gilligan of 132 Tremont street have been granted a marriage license. French Hat Shoppe Professional Bldg. ' advt A son was born at the New Britain General hosptial yesterday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Bossl of . Bristol. For Col do, Influenza and as a Preventive Take tgu. (iBromo XpuinineH tablits yjr The First and Original Cold and Grip Tablet The box bears this signature 30c. Wives! Do you believe that when your husband reaches 40 he expects you to look 20, act 15, talk 10? It's a fact you'll learn in THE DANGEROUS AGE FOX'S Next Mon. Plans to Return to Boyhood Home Alter Term Is Up Marlon, O., April 6, (By Associated Tress). When ha leaves the White House resident Harding plans to re turn to the scenes of his early child hood to become a gentleman farmer and spend much of his time writing, This was announced here today by the president's close home town friends, following his purchase yes tcrday of the farm In North Bloom' Hold township, Morrow county, where he was born. The purchase consists of 265 M acres and was made by French Crow," Marlon postmaster and intimate friend of the president. Is Far From Railroads. The original Harding farm, where the president was born consists of 185 M acres and Is far away from any railroad. It is a 20 mile drive from Marlon. The land Is described as rolling with corn the principal crop. The house In which the executive was born is still standing although In a bad state of decay. At present it Is being used as a storage space for farm machinery. Whether President Harding plans to restore It Is not known to his friends. President Harding has told close friends that he expects to visit the farm in July and possibly sooner to plan improvements. Friends say that contemplated improvement Include a modern bungalow and a golf course. The farm was purchased from Harry K. Erickson who has owned It for several years and whose wife Is a second cousin of the president It Immediately adjoins the quiet little village of Blooming Grove, a town of about 200 persons, where the pres. ident obtained his first schooling. The village 01 dooming urove was laid out and founded by Simon R. Harding, a great great uncle of Warren G. Harding. Mvrd There Till 7. President Harding lived on athe farm until he was seven years old, when his family moved to Caledonia, in Marion county about ten miles northeast of this city. The president's father, Dr. George T. Harding, Sr., who is a practicing physician here today told of the pres ident's early ambition. He wanted to oe a, nsnerman. vine desire came from frequent fishing trips with his daddy in the creek running through the home farm. Intimate friends say the president never has become a good fisherman although he plays at tne sport at times. Announcement of the president's purchase developed the fact today that Dr. George T. Harding. Jr.. of Columbia , recently purchased the birthplace farm of his mother who was a Dlckerson. The old Dickersoft farm thrPmiles south of Blooming urove consists of 99 acres. for slight Indigestion. they sure m - ANGERED HUSBAND SHOOTS WIFE AND MAN IN THEATER CREASY JTTRT RECALLED New AVitncsw Says He Heard Juror Denounce Him Before Conviction Mlneola, I,. I. April 6. The jury which convicted William M. Creasy on a charge of first degree murder of Kdlth Lavoy, the "Freeport school teacher, has been subpoenaed to ap pear in county court here on Friday morning. The recall of the jury is to give an opportunity to Harry Fowler, em ploye of a local lunchroom, to Identify a member of the jury who, Fowler said In an affidavit, called Creasy "a yellow cur and a degenerate," while eting lunch in Fowler's restaurant during Creasy'a trial. Counsel for Creasy has notified Dis trict Attorney Weeks of his Intention to move for a new trial on the ground of newly discovered evidence, of which Fowler's affidavit is understood to be a part. Pittsburgh Movie Patrons Thrown Into Panic When Shots Ring Out In House Pittsburgh, April 5. An audience of several hundred men, women and children obsorbed In a screen drama at a north side playhouse was con verted into a panio stricken, stam peding mob late last night when Gustave Lelson, waving a revolver, stalked into an aisle in the balcony and opened Are. Seven shots were fired in rapid succession. When the lights were switched on, a man ana a woman were round slumped in their seats unconscious. The woman was Leison's wife and the man, Edward P. Weigner, her escoA. Mrs. Leison was shot in the temple, back of the head, right shoul der and neck. Weigner had three wounds in his head. Physicians said Weigner would re cover but held lltle hope for Mrs. leison. Leison, whose military service record showed him to be an expert marksman, fled after the shooting but was arrested an hour later. He told police he had been "waiting for this chance for months." DEATH TRAP IN OLD TORfB POSSIBILITY Brltisb Press Cromments on Poison That Killed Carnarvon WINS NEW TRIAL Mother Succeeds In Behalf of Serving 10 Years. Boy London, Aprl t. The London press in Its voluminous accounts today 'of Lord Carnavon's life and death re flects the popular feeling that perhaps there really Is something In the story that the ancient Egyptians set a mys tcrlous death trap In. the tombs of their rulers so as to punish by means of poison those who might disturb these sealed resting places. Superstitious souls ever since the Infection suffered by Lord Carnarvon became known have contended It was possible he was the victim of retrlbu tlon. Fears of further retribution, It is suggested may deter Egyptians from touching the tomb again, but Sir Wallls Budge, keeper of Egyptian antlquties In the British museum, scoffs at this Idea, saying that if the excavation enterprise continues to be financed he Is sure there will be no trouble in procuring native labor as4 "the most powerful influence In the life of the modern Egyptian worker is money." Sir Wallls said he had never en countered literary records suggesting that vengeance would be visited upon persons entering thetombs of Pha- roahs but he added: "Had It not been such an old tomb it might be reasonable to suppose that poison had entered Lord Caer narvon's system from the gas present In imperfect mummification." TO ENFORCE PROHIBITION Constantinople. Has But Three More Days in Which to Quench its Thirst For Liquor. -Constantinople, April 5. (By the Associated Press) Constantinople has three more days In which to quench its thirst for the local au thorities . have postponed until Satur day the enforcement of the prohibi tion decree. Meanwhile the streets are blocked with porters, cabs, carriages and auto mobiles ladon with liquid cheer,' which is offered at top prices. The period within which alcholic bever ages may be exported has been ex tended for two months. After Saturday drinkers of liquor will be liable to 80 strokes with the bastinado while the stock of beverage dispensers will be confiscated. City, Items. Entertainment and dancing at K. ot C. Fair, April IS. advt. Misses Eleanor and Julia Mann and their guest, Miss McMakln, of Louis vllle, Kentucky,, have returned to Vas- sar college at Poughkeepsle after the Easter vacation. They were accom panied by Dr. and Mrs. F. J, Mann. Aorll Victor Records, at Morans', advt. The Woman's Home Missionary department of the South Congrega tional church will hold an all-day sewing meeting for the local hospital on Friday at :S0 o'clock. Luncheon will be served at noon. Radio sets and supplies at Moran1 -advt. There will be a meeting of Worthy Temple, Pythian Sisters, tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in Judd's hall. Oulbransen Player Pianos, Morans'. -advt Esther Stanley chapter, D. A. R., will hold Its April meeting tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Philip Stanley on Shuttle Meadow avenue. Profes sor Odell Shepard of Trinity College will be the speaker and Robert Ham ilton of Farmlngton will give a group of songs.' The Arch street jitney leaving the Center- church from I o'clock on will go to Mrs. Stanley'i driveway. Opn alleys at the Casino tonight advt Miss Margaret Traver has returned to tho New England Conservatory of Music. Boston, after spending the Easter vacation with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Traver of Maple street. Rev. Warren F. Cook, formerly of New Britain, but now of Montclalr, N. J., has been appointed assistant su perintendent of the Methodist hospital In Brooklyn. - , ' "That Da-Da Strain," fox trot re cord. C. L. Pierce & Co. advt. - Open alleys at the Casino tonight, advt. Officers of New Britain lodge, No. 957. B. P. O. E. will bo Installed at the regular meeting this evening. Hone chest with necessary linen given away at the K. of C. Fair adv. New members ot me nro depart ment who started work this week In the two platoon system, on the night shift reported at headquarters on Commercial street this morning for drill practice. ''".. Victrolas and Pianos, Henry Morans, advt. New York, April B. The sentence ot 19 years In Dannemora prison im posed on Iathew Kane, a former con vict, In November, 1921, after ne naa been found guilty of first degree rob bery, was set aside by General Ses sions Judge Mclntyre, who declared the belief that a great injustice had been done. A now trial will be or dered. The efforts of Kane's mother, who asserted her son was home the night on which the robbery was committed, led to the setting aside of the convic tion. SHOW MAKES BIG HIT More than 200 people witnessed the production of "A College Town." at the Methodist church last evening. The play was given under the aus pices of the Epworth league and was for the benefit of the Neuman fund. Music was furnished by the Central Junior High school orchestra. The play was so much a success that it probably win be repeated. TO ATTEND CONFERENCE ' Probation Officer Edward C. Con nolly was elected a delegate to the Social Workers' conference at New Haven next Thursday, at a meeting of the Social Workers' club last evening. FALSE ALARM SOUNDED The fire department was called out at 7:11 o'clock last night by,an alarm from Box 212 at the corner of John and Pleasant , streets. The alarm proved to be a false one and no trace was found of the person responsible for turning It in. i ! "Your husband appreciates pure, sweet milk," says The Farmpr Boy He ought to drink more milk. Buy United Milk Co.'s milk and you won't have to do much coaxing to get him into the habit of drinking a couple of glasses a day. You should use it in your cooking. THINK OF WORLD PLEA. Pope and Cardinal Gasnarri Consid ering Protests on Execution. Rome, April 6 (By Associated Press). Pope Plus and Cardinal Gas parri, the Papal secretary of state, are discussing the advisability of for mally protesting before the world against the execution of Monsignor Butchkavitch, vicar general of the Roman Catholic church In Russia. They are also considering what form the protest should assume. DEMONSTRATE MACHINES Pupils of the Central Junior High school were given an opportunity to take advantage of the demonstration of the voting machine in that building this morning, by receiving instructions in the operation of the machine. They were shown how to vote straight and split tickets and had other phases of voting explained to them. Canada's Indian population, 150,000, Is nearly five times as large in rela tion to the number of white people as is that relationship in the United States. " THERE IS Tl'TE FOR NO SLBSTI FRESH MILK Have you tried Angel Drink? It's Konrr-lilng! United Milk Co. 49 Woodland St. New Britain Blouses Newest of the New 0NEI w.ir.r,m Alluringly fashioned of plain and printed Roshanara Crepe, Filet Silk and Knitted Silk Crepe, forming the perky bow at the side or the smart ornate button. $5 -$7 -$10 Third Floor i FOX'S Next Mon. THE DANGEROUS AGE A woman is most danger ous, but what about a man? The biggest, .boldest thing ever made!! FOX'S Next Mon. i 1923 Fishing Tackle i All we ask is for you to "Look us over" HERBERT L. MILLS ARDWARE 336 MAIN STREET ' A charming gift box made like miniature buffet, chock-full of wonderful candies. , Each compartment , ' contains a tempting surprise. ' There are crunchy sugar-coated Jordan Almonds, rich Cream Caramels, Oriental Fruit Jellies, Crystallized Ginger and a generous assortment of superfine chocolates. ' Buffet Chocolates will delight your candy-taste. i $1.50 the pound Ymt eta dtptni on tb parity tai pttiatm el all. Kibba't Caniin, wbtevr tbt price. For 7 jaara tbit tiautatioa Its toco coniuntly mu'maiaed. Wherever good candy is sold For Quick Returns Use Herald Classified Advis. Skilled laundry help always available There's nothing quite so annoying as to have the laundress fail to appear on wash daynothing quite so satisfying as to know that skilled and dependable help always is available in our modern family laundry. Here you will find a variety of family services, priced to meet every require ment. , The daintiest of complete services everything wonderfully washed and ironed; and returned ready to use. ..Intermediate services that relieve you of all the washing and part of the ironing. Or plain soft-water washing, with your bundle returned damp, ready to be starched and ironed or hung on the line. These helps are listed at the right Choose the' one best adapted to your needs, then have us call for your, bundle. f J and Die Qeanse& MW tTAIN. CONM. Send ft foj oundtu You will find here the Washday Help you need Select tbs service yon went phone us, and yonr washday worries will be over. . Fulfinish A complete, ivudy-to-use family service everything daintily ironed, 20c per pound. Minimum bundle 20 pounds. Rough Dry Service Everything washed sweet ly clean; pieces that need it starched ; - flat work ironed; , knit underwear, bath towels and stockings fluffed, ready to use only the outer apparel left for you to Iron, 9c per pound, ' minimum bundle 60c. Wet Wash Everything cleanly washed and' returned damp ready to starch and iron or hang on the Ifaio. 4c per pound, minimum bundle 25 lbs. V FOX'S MON. .TUES. WED. Every Wife Should See It With Her Husband "THE DANGEROUS AGE" A Drama of Wandering Men and Wondering Women NEXT THURS. FRI. SAT. The Big Hit of the Year "THE HOTTENTOT" A Rollicking Racing Romance