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NEW .BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY," OCTOBER 30, 1923.
15 flNimiMIMlM pniinimnllpmfl MlnmjiimjiiniijlM jj The Shop o f Quality Apparel itmmm End of the Month Sale We want to make tomorrow the banner day of the month. These specials at money saving prices for One Day Only. The quantity of each lot is not large so we suggest being on hand early for best picking. At the low prices these bargains ought to go quickly -. " ' WBMAN3 APPAREL SPECIALTIES Ml DO LET OWN HEW BRITAIN HI : Women's Fabric Gloves ; tans and grey shades : ; heavy weight slip-on style fur tops $185 a pair Women's Silk Hosiery 87c a pair wonderful quality - wfde range of colors s regular $1.00 value Women's Glove Silk .Vests white and pink . (Van Raalte make) $L69 each Hand Made Night Gowns SL69 each ' worth $1.98 and $2.98 each large assortment to choose from D. M. C. CROCHET COTTON white and colors what are left in stock ' ' " 22C a ball (regular prices 29c and 35c) 36 inch width WHITE ART LINEN 95 c per yd. regular $1.39 value Women's Dfess Skirts the balance of our cloth and silk skirts left in stock all to go at S3.98 each former prices $6.98 to $12.98 I 1 . Women's Silk Dresses $800 each ' former price $14.98 to $24.98 these are all light colored dresses lisses' and women's sizes Flannel -Jersey -Balbriggan DRESSES $6.98 each '''' here's a real bargain if you need a warm dress Marked for Quick Clearance Every Silk Blouse left in our stock to go tomorrow at $3c00each white and colors in the, lot. Costume Slips to wear under your new dresses large assortment of colors to choose from made of good quality cotton and silk materials $1,50 to $4.98 each Were you one of the lucky ones last week to get one of those 1 Silk Crepe-de-Chine Night Gowns at $4.98 each if not come tomorrow new lot came in this week Just Unpacked the smartest looking Kimonos and Negligees we have ever shown Materials Cotton Crepes and beautiful Silks the colors and trimmings are wonderful Bought Your Winter Coat? if not, now is the best time to select one while stocks are Jarge you have plenty to pick from (no two coats alike in this shop) Come in and let us show you the wonderful values we are offering You'll find our -prices very reasonable quality considered EmiiiiimiilinnlimiHT ttrin j-1" . ... . if mmm SEEKS TO MAKE Actress Resorts to Legal ' Technicality yew, York. Oct. Su PV-Becaut,e ol an unusual provision in nnliyorce e crce that separated lier husband and his first wife. Ann Munjock. comedienne, believes she eiya have her marriage annulled. She is now suing to reeoNer-Si,0rt In securi ties she lent him. ""' - . -. Harry C. Powers, her stockbroker husband, and hufflrst wife. Florence Oell. were divorced 12 "yeajrs-ago in Nevada. The decr'ee--gave him cus tody ot a son nsw 17 and provided i hat the son should never be taken within 1 00 miles of New York. Attorneys for Mips Murdock. who is sulnr under her real rnaldert' name cf Irene Ann Colem, claim that this provision has been violated, that the divorce therefore was automatically nullified, and that the comedienne's secret marriage in September. 1924, consequently is void because Pow ers still is married to. his first wife. In the' meantime the first wife w-.s remarried. '-. . Attorneys for Power.1! told tle court yesterday that the troirhle started because the actress found she disliked her "husband's relatives: Miss Muriock denies that relatives-in-law are'the cause of her estrange ment. She accuses him' of ill. treat ment, vvhlch she says -was mentnl rnther .than physical. ... . -,-.- ". She lent him $15(f,tiCiO 'in securi ties three months beore.thelr tnar nau" while the waB.liv.fi. sanitarium ?ldns rest In brVIer that he rrilphf e- t a partnership' 111 .'a financial Vn- "Stnvnt house jind he. enabled to nvirry her. she fald". "Oh,1 1 Has ko faJ.y-.fW lilrh." "he FvrlninVd. . . . . n uttornev for "Powers say th.if hi cM.-nt s'lll lo5r-K 'tief 1h pUe oT her artistic temperament and would he g-!ad: to ; effect- a reconciliation. Tho disputed bonds, the attorney said, are on deposit with the firm of which Powers is a member, and which is named jointly with him in Miss Murdoch's suit. The bonds are part of the estate bequeathed to Miss Murdock by Alf llaym.tn.' theatrical producer and assodnte of Charles Frohman. CELESTIA IS IN RUINS Town In Pennsylvania Hiiilt Coming of Christ Now a Memory, for More V.aporte. Pa.. Oct. 3') Burled beneath the ruins of a group of j buildings near here lie the shattered ' hopes of a little colony of me.ii and j vvtunen w ho, a half century "ago,, j founded Celestla. a town littd out jnnd made ready for the second com I ing" ot .Christ. . j Celestia's memepy' ,1s preserved I only by a yellowing deed, filed in the archives of the county court house. It was named for, the. Celes tial City.. Streets' wvre marked out I an.d an artlJleial lake was dug. At the height of its prosperity a news paper. "The Day Star of Zion." was published with fair regularity. Most of the settlers came origin ally from Connecticut. In order, so Tar as possible, to keep, out worldly I affairs, they petitioned., the state Vetrlsiature' to ' be set aside from Pennsylvania, declaring that they did not wish to be associated with events of the mortal. world. Their I p"tifion was not grantedV The last of the original settlers j held at d,eath the ' faith ,of. the 1 founders'. The land, of about Tour j square' miles, was Sold ; for taws inc! (lie proprty left to ruin. MRS. STILLMAN N Action Had" Been Kept Secret, lor Month cal circles as to tne etntcs ot divulg ing Information given by a patient. The case alter four years and 11 months of litigation finally was set tled only 10 days ago when the last costs of $28,000 were paid. lira. Ftlllnian has been living at Grand Anse, Canada, since Inst spring. Mr. Stlllman could not be located. 01 New York, Oct. V) P Mrs. Ann V. Stlllnian. who defeated James A Stlllmap's sensational prolonged suit to divorce, her, has nevV begun suit to divorce hifli. papers were filed in Westchester county ljiore than a month ago and the" action was kept secret. Says Prohibition Is Reason for Success Council o! Commissars Debating - Bill to Stop Wanderings "cleansed the life class In America." of the working HEAD THE HRRATJt CLASSI FIED ADS FOR RESULTS. The M ji shrtne. .Hearing eomple Hon iii Tol;io. Is "the largest athle tic fteld. In the orient. ;'... It is expected that no witnesses j. has been ono of the main causes of vviil be Introduced in Mrs. Stillinan's! "the wonderful success of the Amer- suit, but a certitled transcript of the testimony in her husband's suit to divorce her and lllegitimatize Guy Stillraan as the son of Kred K. 13eau- vais. u. French-Canadian Indian i snide, will be offered as evidence. Mrs, Stlllman fought her hus band's suit by countering that he had misconducted himself with Mrs. ; 1-Torenctt H-. lieeds, that her son. Jay ! Vard Leeds, was In reality the soil i of Ptillman, am: that. Mrs, Leeds ac-. tually was Florence Lawlor, an ac- J tress, who quitted Broadway for sud den affluence. Papers in her husband's suit were served on; Mrs. Stlllman July 18, 1?!0. Besides $90,000 a year ali mony to Mrs. Stlllman the former head of one of the world's largest fbanks paid out hundreds of thou sands of dollars in attorney's fees and court costs. i . ,vMor6 than 40 witnesses testified in t'nlted -States and Canadian courts, including some who became known as' the "Ladder and Keyhole" wit- i tiesses-beeausu of their" manner of '" Sitting testimony against Mrs Still--i man. and a doctor whose evidence caused prolonged discussion In nTedi- Moscot. Oct. SU lP) A bill pro viding permanent settlement for gypsks and forbidding them to con tinue their wandering customn ,1s now under discussion by the coun cil ot commissars. A report by the commissariat of agriculture shows Russia had before the revo lution nearly 60.000 gypsies. The annexation of Bessarabia by P,u- can people in the last few years." J mania, it is estimated, reduced this Francis E. Cox, chairman of the number to 40,000 club, said ho believed from what he j Before the revolution gypsies had had seen that, prohibition had no land and could not live the life Leeris, Oct. SO W Lord Mayor I Gibson believes prohibition "is a 1 wonderfully good thing" lor tho ' United States. The Lord Mayor has ; (sited tho United States every year' for a long period and he told, club : members In an addmss after his last ! trip that In his opinion prohibition mlssariat of agriculture proposes to assign a special area of land In the southwestern districts of Russia for the settlement of gypsies. According to the project, all gyp sies Ni Russia must within three years from the date of publication of the decree, take up a special place of abode, either in the towns or in the villages; failing that, all gyp sies will be deported to, the far out lying districts of the federation, where free land will be assigned to them. Should they desire to avail themselves upon the government's offer, they wjll be afforded similar privileges to those extended to emi grating peasantry. The govern ment will bear all the cost of trans portation and part of the initial ex penses for homesteaders. Testing: Endurance of Horse by Long Ride Buenos Aires, Oct, 30 (fft A for mer English schoolmaster Is mak ing the long rldo by horseback from Buenos Aires to New York In order to demonstate the endurance and hardihood of the Argentine type of horse. T. A. Tschiffely left here April It and four months later had reached Bolivia. Writing to friends here, he said the animals were in better condition than Aires. at leaving Buenos SUFFERS RARE DISEASE; SCES Winchester, Va.. Oct. 30 UP Claiming his health has been per- mancntly injured by manganese poisoning, considered one of th rarest of toxic affections, Garrett H. llaun of Shenandoah county, has entered suit against his former employers, a manganese mining company, for t!5.000 damages. la his petition he said International specialists had treated him. W ao cuses the mining company j'of not complying with state health laws. of a peasant working in agriculture. Considering that according to the labor code of the Soviet Republic every'citlzen must participate in useful productive work the com- Exclusivo Distributors For I FfPT ion; i .at! N iL nM A h Exclusive Distributors For MlLLJNERY CO lX 177 MAIN STREET Lv';'fV , r i grange St Resident Recommends Nox-Ri-Tis - For Rheumatism Aches-ftnd Stiffness' in Knees and Shoulders Now Gone Victor Records- "I believe most any . case- of rheumattsn can be cured by pit use of NOX-nl tVa aiS," says Mrs. it m S 1 1 a Kudas, ZL -C 2S Orange St. 1 v'ew Britain. After suffering for ..wore than three rears with rheumatic neu rits ,nd try ing a vvihma- I heard of. wltho.it noticing a ,y sign of linprovemoni, cat vould begin to c'.o up hope. bu' luchi v-forme. I ftinnJ tsOX- - ; "--.. suits In mr case, and now' I "tp recommending it to everyone suffer ing with rheumatism." Aflothi booster Is Mrs. Davis of Xcw Haven, whose picture appears In these columns. Mrs. Davis says "I would not be w'thout NOX-R1-TLS in ti e house, as I have ail the faith In the world in this grand remedy.", NOX-RI-TIS is for the treatment of rheumatism, neuritis, sciatica, arthritis, rheumatism of the joints, muscular rheumatism, lumbago and kidney disorders. Csll at Mlllet- H1KOn rruff- Pn . Sll ''hiirrfc C anri jget the l.-'klet. "Forms of Rheuiua- lUft itcuvj aii'.rj'. T.nrti '.7AtTti ;.tu Mstlkjj ta tvh)i fnnuuiutuie ri .N'o. 6u Medium Tan Call Goodyear Welt U. S. Rubber Heel Well fitted In Our Children's Department STURDY SHOES Shoes like the one pictured ; that sppesl to boys tnd jitli themselves. Solid oak soles, selected uppers, tplendid lasts. They represent s decided saving. They will give the utmost, satisfaction. MEN'S AND WOMEN'S SHOES $4 $5 $6 1 7 Store - Direct to Ycm H i-rtf ord Btnfthamton 2 W orceifrr New Britain 1 7 Storei NEW BRIGHT HATS 1 I Recdms I 5hoe Stores Ikc. g" j TO BE WORN WITH COATS All Wanted Styles All Wanted Colors All the New Materials Satin Hats Metallic Hats Hats Values That Are Unequaled Anywhere These are all New Hats and represent the Styles that will be worn this winter. Felts and Velours $1.95 10$4.95 Many of these have been much more tnd are now reduced some more than one-half. Children's Hats $1.69 10 $3.95 A beautiful assortment to choose from. All the colors and styles in Felt, Velret and Velour. ("Rl-liS. remedy that produced te j to evplaln NOX-RI-TIS. 9