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XLW BItlTAlX DAILY HKIIALD, TillJKS'UY, MMXll -o, 192G.
i ii ns? nomi momsni? 9 " i EASTER ffpf stitched, Berlin News ILD RESIDENT IF Mrs. Mary O'Brien, Native cf Town, Passes Away Today PARA SUED FOR $10,000 Minstrel Troupe Entertains Its 1)1 rcctors Hart ford Men Injured In Auto Accident Men's Lyceum Ar ranging Novel Program Items. ra i t ii Jlrs. Mary O'Brien, 7 4 years ofilieved that they will. age, a life-long resident of Kensing-1 ton, died this morning of 5:15 o clock at her homo on IMg-rly street. She had been in poor health for some time. She was well known in. town, having been an active worker in St. Paul's parish for many j ears. She was born in Kensington, the daughter of John and Kathoritio Malarney. She was the. widow of the late James O'Brien, a well known citizen of the second district. For the nast several vears she K-iri m-..!.. lie,- : home with her son, John Hack-It. jlsluo Hills. This .arm formerly he Surviving her are three sons, John , longed to Alphonzo PeYizo. father Jlackctt and James O'P.iien of of one of the jaities In the trans Kenslnirton atirl Willi-.m rcni,,-, ..e'ncttnn Hartford, and 10 grandchildren, Matthew Belawa has sold to An- ' llrr'1 v''nF n" 01:0 10 s"n The hus John, .Mary, Nancy, James and Mar-; tony Bolocki and Alexandria Pol-j l''"'' s:nJ,'nT 1,10 ncul-ness of the garet Hackett, WiKiam and Eliza- joeki a 23 u-re farm in Berlin, jnrl i",w,l',n l' ' ib upon his wife to beta O'Brien and John, Margaret 'north of the property of John Olson. m'1. p"'1 "' mn1,1 nn'' "I10" and William Moore. ' I Pasquale Spensire has sold (0 ; arrival of Ihe "buit-r and epg man" Tho juneral will be held at. 9 lllatisla Horzonl lot No. 154. nnd tk.l,"'"ni Mm n,;li llis ,vir'' i out of o'clock Saturday morning Hum St. Paul's church, and burial will be in St. Mary's cemetery, New Britain. Ilireetors Are JVlivl. Al Charest and Kussoll Bronrard. directors of the T. A show which was pres at. foresters' Hall, Kensington, were, she was to have undergone the entertained last evening al the T. A. iteration this morning. Dr. Verdi. B. hall by members of the est. 7m- Ivvell known surgeon, is in charge, promptu entertainment was of,. -red ' The Sick LM and refreshments were served. Miss Emma Fowler of Hudson Tho troupe will app, ar in N'. w s-,-, , t s conlhud to her homo with Britain on April 9 under the nuspic s illne.es. of the Knights of Coiurubiis and f-v-' Miss ICdith Brown of Worthlngton -rai oiner engagements are in ti: : works. Sued For SlO.nn-) Saul Para of B.rlin 1 as been nam ed defendant in a suit tor !,. - damages, in;:tittited by .''.nnu. I M. Shoro of New Britain. Shore, through Ilia attorney, P. G. Casale of N'W Britain, all.ges that Para, v.es vio lating the rules of the road and was driving without a license on Park street, March 17, when his automo bile struck an nutomobile driven by Hie plaintiff. Ho. also chain::-, that he received personal injuries nnd that his car wa destroyed as a re- ' suit of the crash. The papirs were, served by Deputy Sheriff Matthew Papciak of New Britain, who attached money Ix long ing to the defendant, in the New Britain Nation:.! In.rl: an.t Kn ti ir,ei,e.i rA,,ertv nf :he .i . , t. . ,1 ., , , Berlin. vt... tri i.r.,.i.r.,,ki..in u. superior court, civil side, the first Tuesday in April. Eeiilng of Entertainment The Men's Lyceum of Kensington has arranged a novel pro'.Tam for presentation on ifonday evening rext at 8 o'clock at the Kensington Meth odist church. Instead of the custom ary debate, there will b" speeches by several of the members who have not had a chance to take sides in nry of the season's discussion::, apd there will also be a variety of musical selections and other entertainment. The program has not been complete ly Outlined as yet. hut the liternrv committee of the Lyceum, header by Lyman Hall, is working out the de tails. This meeting should be of Inter est, as there will be plenty of vari- HATS GAY SCARFS olhers with fringe ends. 93c to $4.50 Neckwear street floor. ty ap.l plenty of entertainment. It !a expected that there will be about hi members present. There will be one move debate bp. ! fore the close of th t SOnUflll if lint- " ' .i.u., v u.i i n.n r un of 113 Bolleviie street, and Otto Ko jher of 44 1 Henry street, were in jured on the Swamp road, Kenr-lnir- iton, near the Prentice Jlnnufactur lni? Co., early last evening, when an nutomobile. in which they were rid ing crashed Into a polo at the side of the road. Saul is an auto salesman and (demonstrator 'and the car they were I using bore demonstration markers, mie men were taken to tho New 7-irltnln General hospital by Frank D'Avanzo of South Main street, New Hritain. who happened to be passing jRt the time. It was found that Fan j had suffered a scalp wound and con- fusions about tho body, while Koher I jhad received a. crushed knee and ! idits about the face and head. j Tho police have not Investigated j .the cirrumstanees, nlthoiich It Is be- According to reports. Paul was teaching Koher to 'drive - the machine and, In pnssinc another automobile, Koher turned loo far elf the road, hitting one of the poles which arc only a few feet from the pavement. Real Estate Transactions Several warrantee dee, is, giving notices of changes in ownership of '.Vro .witl1 rty in iv-riin, have heen tiled town clerk Arthur Woodruff. The transfers follow. Louis DeVizo has sold to Josei.h Pornl'ne.1 of New Britain . hrm bots thereon, located on the Ber lin fair ground property. I mlcrgocs Operation Mrs. Dorothy Bancroft, assistant, to tho postmaster at Berlin, has B minstrel Iron removed to St. Baphael's hos 'e.l recently .plt.il, N.-v.- Haven, for an operation. p,,jBn is ceulined to hn- bed with an attack of grip. Mrs. ito.ger M. Griswold of Ken Kinglon, who underwent an opera iien at the New Britain General hospital yerterday. was reported to be re-ting ecmfoiiably today. Miss Beatrice Ncal of Kensington who was ill at her home for several days, has resumed her duties as teacher at the New Britain Senior High school. M-iting Tu Kensington Mrs. Frank Perk'nson of Pitts burgh, Pennsylvania, is visiting her 1 parents, .Mr. ana ivirs. jara.-j vmi irity of Kensington. Mrs. Perkinson is well known in town, j Auxiliary Meeting Tonight The B' rlin branch of th" Ameri can L :;io:i auxiliary will hold an mi 'uoitant me. ting tonight at. ll o'clock at L. gion nan. -viam on ot. sington. Several important items or business will be transacted and all members arc urged to be present. Danehv,' Class Tonight The Berlin Grange darning class will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock for instruction in the art of terp siehore. At S o'clock general danc ing will bo enpoyed, O'Brien's or chestra of New Britain furnUhing music until mlTitcht. East Iterlin Items Miss Jane Cobey Is confined to her home on Wilcox avenue with an at taek of the grip. Mr. A. A. North wt s appointed chairman of the weltare committee of the East Berlin Community club at Its meeting last evening. Mr. North has long been connected with local activities and his appointment a) Mall Orders Filled That Express Individuality Spring's latest for Street, Sport and Large Hats for Dress displayed in nil their s'lory. Some imported models of Straw, hand crochet, others of tfrossrain and hair. Pretttily adorned with (lowers and ribbons in all favorite shades for Spring. $5-10 $45- Millinery one floor up. to the welfare committee js certain to carry forward the work ot thut f organization. j Tlio Ladies' Aid society uf tho -Methodist church lias planned to hold a banquet in the church base- ' -'-Pi-ii s. Tim coinmltt in ciiarye 13 arranging for tendance. large at- Miss Mildred PaVllC is ennline.t in ur. . , .,, - - lu iiveie ime'i -., uni cvsis . acil uy ji fi ner home bv l hess ', t-. , r, , rp,, ' ,""l'B- tice Kdward P. Prior when they ap- Theie are a number of cases ot,pW,rr,i in tJie looa, C0Hrt ,ast cve. IrriJ. ? J ,own an,) 11,iK !ing to answer charges of breach of in- s n , 'n f, nm,y "ro'trcs?- :'he peace. Both men pleaded guilty call.. epidemic. . , ,, , ,,,,,.i The comnium v rf.nn-n -..-in v... community dance will be ' v.. nut. i ii-xi i uesnay evening. Epworth League open house will ! be held at. the .Methodist church to- ! morrow evening to the Mid, lb. tow n i group. All local members have been requested to attnd. ! Community flub I'ha'es One cf the most attractive and 1 Pie. 'sing prugrams of thc season w. j given at the Kast Uerlin Community ! :..lub meeting last, evening. The pro. I'fram was in charge of Jarvis r, I 1 ... ... I i""w" ' eommiuee una the enter- ainn'.eni consisted ot three short plays and one vaudeville hcmllinor. -Miss Helen .Tohn.'-on of Hartford, the state's premiere Charleston perform er, gnvo a clever exhibition and the "hand" she received testified to her ability in this respect. One of the shits prr c'.-d was written by George JVilhoy, vice- presid-nt of ! h .dub. Nothing ever jiresen'e . . ... , . "-1 u- in'- e ' 11 jkis ever I I been so well re 1. The situation 'butter and egg" I cut' red around man from th west who had been o dinner by a. friend, rrlvinrr shortly ahead invited home The husband of his guest, l-anis from his wife Hint the maid had quit and that i town, but that the maid will serve. (The husband and the guest, have been boon companions for a long pirlod and the latter nt the dinner , table begins to reminitu-o over the I wild escapades with some of their 'charming friends. The wife, as the jmaid, gels mi "rerful" and the hus ..ban.l finds hiniscjf po.v. r. ?s to stop jthe "butter and egg man" once he is I started. The w ife to cap the c'imax : breaks the serving tray over "hub ; by's" heal. The "butter and egg jman" was played by Archer Walsh land the wife-mail by Mrs. Arthur Lawrence. SIS'' -ind Bocf taniiy medicine 5;j.xi FRECKLES AND S ml and best I 3 P r-- 'f WSTAK.' 1 D'.DMT TRIM VOU'D J f Mwx-riwm ) l'lft fj EVJSR SET OP THIS AMWH6e TAg'S ) -SN rw,, TTft W R OEtMOPAAJD MAORIS RDEaJ. W&BATWROCM ) 6ES.' I DONTsES V SOW. TIME ! 7 V-'V Ztsff C SCMOU! l! I Plainville News MRS. !!. C. USHER WAS 83 YESTERDAY Farmingtou Avenue Woman Sur prised by Descendants FIGHTERS DRAW FINES Central Square Battlers Escape With Apli-cc Legion Auxiliary WJilM-CrmsUiB iuVoor M,ap,v - Marring- Is Made Known rtrlr-N Mrs. II. C. Ush 1 ;' i'1 1 l.irth.liiy anniversary yester - lay at h-r home, J5 l-'arminBton u.'hiic. ilelil.l,-. .,,.,, ,. , JJutlnsr the day eho wast 1 to ler- lve a laru'O nnmhr.r . ot canls mi. I presents from her many ! A quotation from n New York critt men, Is in fJainvillu and elsewhere, Is. " Munlee .M-r-dlth' will bo loved aiel last cieiilnf," she was surprised U'X every Aliierienn, who will feel it by her live Ihini- olilldrcn and nlneja pleasant duty to see It and do oC h-r li Br;iinl-hiian.n. A fcaturo Itomage to this preut historlea! ot the evening ,Va.s a largo birthday ! photoplay tna.le do real by Marlon cuke, and a pleasant eveninir una ! 1 lavies' m nieathetic nerfonntine-. ,:peni i.y tho t;i 111 i; v gatherinir Mrs. fsh-r was born in Mont gonnry, ,U, 843, and lived , there for the (list, four yeara of her life. Pile was the daughter of K, .M. Tieree, owner of the lumberyard h. re and Secretary of the Plainvlllu Knitting mill. Sho married In 1S70, jlnr husband beliiK 1. C. Usher, who I was town clerk of rialnville for a .period of more than 50 years. The 'couple celebrated their golden wed ding In iron, tut Mr. VfUu-r died j thr. o years ago. j Six children, five of whom are still i living, were born to tho couple. They are Mrs. John H. Trumbull, wife of tho governor; Sirs. Charles K. jClark; Tostmaster James E. Usher, ; Frank Usher, secretary of the Hart j& Cooley Mfg. c0 of New Britain; land Howard Usher, a foreman at tho 1 Stanley M'orks in that. city. .Mrs. I ther is a member of the Congregational church and baa been an interest, d and active worker In I that Institution for many years. .She formerly sang In tho choir there, having a remarkably fine voice. Mie is In extremely good health and looks confidently forward In I nlinc n.nnw raim-rt s-rore Viiw.m.V 11,., uiir.H 1 n,ri, i ir., ..,,,, ,'. ,,, , ' John Curry of Hart's corner and Ivitlc Vowmrm cf Vnet T-lrietM ' . 4 - , 1. v.. r. ' I . I. l oran. Corry and Newman were the par ticipants in the battle Tuesday night, in Central square. This was a really epic struggle, a great crowd being attracted and tho trolleys held up until Constable Fred Callen was sent for and ended the fight by ar resting the participants. Itelativc to the preliminary battle on Sunday night, the followtng com munication has b'eon received: "The trustees of the A. M. E. Zion :diureh wish to contradict the fact that there was n fight In their church Sunday night, as published in last night's publication. Signed) "CHARLES O'NEIL, "Pres.. P.oard of Trustees." The fracas mentioned occurred just, outside t.h a church, as was brought out by the evidence at the ,.-.1! Inc. vnni,1 j " ' '-. Tr. I -ii in 1 it.fi,; ..i.u.i: nv.Mii I t lie marriage or tan Hemingway cf Linden street, Plainvilh'. and Miss Llla Griswold of Farmlngton has just, been made known. Tho couple liave received a handsome clock and mahogany candlesticks from the Sessions Clock Co. of Forestville where Mr. Hemingway is employed. Auxiliary AVhlst A large number were present at the whist conducted by the Legion auxiliary yesterday afternoon in Legion hall. Prizes were won as follows: First, prize, Mr Clarence i Morgan; second prize, Mrs. Charles ' Cleveland; third prize, Mrs. Eunice Moore: consolation prize, Mrs. Wil - linm Turner. ! The auxiliary will hold Its regit. liar meeting at 8 o'clock this eve- ning in American Legion hall. Crossing Bail Motorists have been complaining ! for the past week about the condi tion of the' spur track crossing on the New Britain road near the quarries of the Connecticut Quar ries Co. This crossing, which was kept in fine shape last summer, has been badly broken up by the frost and thaw this winter and spring. The .southern side is in fair shape and the northern In wretched con dition, so that motorists bound for Plainville are in tl.e habit of cross ing to the wrong side of the road to avoid the holes, thus causing a serious possibility ot accidents. HIS FRIENDS I'rajcr .Mining Tuui-iu Tim n i- .r: .t img of il.u liupllet church will li luM lit 7:45 oYlo.-;, lis: .Vi iilnu. The 'opic will Ik.- 'T.h- Com. r.-uni ot ! ! Suul." Alt. r Hi.' in-.iy.-r in-, unit u 1'in.lii. ii.iii Mpr 0f church iii.m. ' 1 bo, will he held, Tho Young JVu-, PL' wnl-ly will h,, I a l.ui- j m.ss session. Ti.o comim'tce on i I candidates f.r baptism Mill meet,! ' mid tho choir will have h rehearsal. 1 1 'I'he Plainville K. church will hold ns r.milar inid-vv.cl; bvrvH.. ! ill V: I,, o'clock 11,1a , vi niii,;. J II. S. To l'rc.Miil Picture j I Tho l'lulnwlle Jilyii school will; , present Hi.) fujiioiiM picture "Janice .Mi.aiMiiui, lit tlio Cutjini u ully Hi ilw.r,1'crfi0''lm,l"'ls ,hl!, t'v0"1' rhe picture Is ono el the i.u "nt ' f''"nous that hay tv. r be.ii sir : tv. . ,'K.rl" '": 11 u irai wkl fs k n si,wi,,b red,,. f i. !.marr''' """""""i cvniiup, . . . .: ;. - " " ion, liaMng lived here r. "l"; "'"".."l8 '"""ls lioaiM'oll.-eninu's I'nl,,, An,l Is Ar-; The t,-t - I-. r,nm I "nl"' .no r-iu, iK to i,i,.iaiy ii loows u;i ' , , . . ' ., ; Hh s dim-vod bv her ihr-UKh 11 inlL-ht ! ,,,,,,, , , 1 rovte.l-l'..,. n. v,...i n" l,on'1" 1S!"lf,'l f"r erection of Lnn Hn,. " ! milium i.. (loss, mayor ol l'la.is r celebrated her ' I'liru-, believes that a conv of th- inlln ' n !- .M.icillth" should be 1 1'1'U'';'1 '" ",'e urM wl" lv ll' in "10 iccoriis or ui:s gr-at nation, so that It may l.e brou,rht forlll to lnsnin. nmi IhrtU rinl.M-itv Kmbruclng the highest art of the screen, it is a tclllns lcison in pa triotism." Church Services TOmo-rnw Thero will bo l,nten services to- , floors fur assembling rooms. This morrow evening at 7:30 o'clock at : building will be Sn foot ty J55 f,H.t Jio Church of Cmr Saviour, The an.l contain 40,000 square feet of address will be made by Lev, Ben- .lloor space. jamin 13. Styrlng of Kouthington. Another building to be erected At the Church of Our Lady cf will contain a new double wood Mercy. Lenten devotions will be held drying kiln to he built from rlana at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow evening, 1 furnished by the National Dry Kiln with stations o the cross and bene- Co., of Grand Lapids, Mich. The diction. 'capacity of this kiln will be 90.000 The regular mid-week service will 'feet per month and Is to be so ar bo held at the Seco id Advent church ! ranged that the lumber can be un- tomorrow night. Seqnasseii Lodge Meeting Kequassen Lodge, I. O. O. V. will meet tonight. The Initiatory degree will be v.orkPd on a class of candi dates. The degree team is a veteran one and will put on the work in 1 capable manner. All Odd Fellows nre urged to be present and see the ' work done in a really efficient way. Governor Improved Governor John II. Trumbull, who has been confined to his home on jFarmington avenue for more than a week with a severe cold, has ini- Iprovcd steadily and expressed thu I hopo that he would bo able to re turn to his office for a short time today. His official business has been carried on from his residence during his indisposition. Executive Secre tary Edward L. Kelly and Miss Frances Iiemin his official stenog, rapher. visited him yesterday on of ficial matters. Note Fred Wagner of Coy Scout Troop 1 of ibis town became second class ! scout wh-n his advancement was ap proved at the meeting of the New Britain council court of honor last night. A dance will be held In Crang" hall tomorrow evening. The Majes tic orchestra will furnish music. Troop 1, B. S. A., will hold i's reg ular weekly meeting tomorrow eve ning. Largest Man Even in "BcllVlie DieS TheVC New York! March 25 7P John Zitzmann, 53, the largest man ever admitted to Bellevue hospital, died i''" " ' ""r there yesterday of chronic heart. ! office building now In djs(1,lEe" j process of erection, Is to be occu- 'Tn.Wmen. n chauffeur and a ' v'l'-A on Monday. April 5th. surgeon were required iy assist imu from his home to an ambulance when he was stricken with a heart attack. He weighed more than 400 pounds, w-as five feet seven inches in height and had a waist line of five feet, two inches. Because of his corpulence, funeral services cannot bo held In his late home owing 10 the narrowness of the hallways nnd doors. Remus Now Plans to Go Into Real EstHe Trade Chicago, March 25 Wl George Remus, once a Cincinnati bootlegger, whoso activities led to a term 1n At- lanta penitentiary, Is to make Chl- ! cago his future homo and real cs- (tatn his business, I Kemus, who formerly was a law- ; yer here before ho got, a fortune in ! rum acthltiee in Cincinnati, an- r.ouneed his intention after he had j lost a court effort to savo 1,550 cases of pre-war whiskey. The circuit it de- court of appeals ordered stroved. head nr.RAi.n classified ads VOK HESIXTS COMMUNITY THEATER ri.Aixvit i.r, Thursday and Friday March 2.") and 2(5 "ROAD TO YESTERDAY" Bristol News ICU IL E. Third School District Brings Tax Down to Three Mills rested 1 OI- leading lionrd Itlll ltentli of Mrs. 1 :ila A. freeman. The K. Inc-aham Co., which ,dh l.-. n adding to it's facilities for the ' past two years, plans a further ex- pausion which will mean tho ercc;. I lion of four new buildings which nhen cuiupk ted will Increase th-' .ro.li;ction considerably and result ' In the tmploymunt of between three and four hundred additional hands, j The largest building planned will , be live stories high to adjoin the present warehouse running east to the railroad track where they will 1 have unloading platforms, the llrst J three floors to be used for ware- j r.oiiso purposes and the two ton loaded from cars onto transfer tracks and run directly to the kiln. After tho drying process, lumber will then be moved by use of other transfer tracks to tho lumber lift. Tho third building to be erected will be a one story addition to the buffing and plating departments, which when linished. will Increase their capacity OS per cent. The other building will be a fire proof elevator tower and stairway, to be erected onto the present wood rase department. An official of the company an nounced yesterday afternoon that plans had been submitted and bids were closed, so that it is expected that work will be started at an early date, it being their desire to have jail of the new buildings ready for ; occupancy by September 1. 1916, I The E. Ingraham Co., has made Ian enviable record. It has run con itinuotisly on full time of 55 hours a week with full force since 1914, with the exception of a short time In ; IOC", when one of the departments !was operating on full time. Their present production ls be tween fifteen and twenty thousand .timepieces a day, which includes 30 lliour alarms, S-hour alarms and ; 6-day pendulum movements and al- iso what is believed to be the larg est production of low priced watches !cac.h day. At the present time the (company employs approximately 1 1500 hands. l Tho company has but recently 'moved Into their new automatic de- 'Pertinent, which is considered by .'pe who have looked it over, to - ...j The company has also made ar rangements for the erection of an Iron picket fence, similar to the one new bordering the Memorial Boule vard, along the entire front of their North Main street property for a distance of 1070 feet. The K. Ingraham Co., has been In exist. -nee. for a little over a hun dred years and has made vast strides in tho past several y.ars. Third District School Meeting At a meeting of the voters of the A Shampoo for ONLY BLONDEX quickly re stores the true bright golden loveliness to faded light hair and keeps blonde hair gleaming and golden always. Not a dve, Ko harmful chemicals. Leaves hair soft, silky. Get it at all good drug and department stores. BLONDEX 9Ae Blonde Hair Shampoo I Saving Him Time i fr,r?I B I I'' I 6EAW Fea scwoi-e V " ! UilrJ choi. .limncjt List ev, nii g, It jwus voted to Ihy a time mill Ux. whlcli In tho low.. .it rale yet la 1.1 i,y any district In tlio city. Tin budget prepared by tlio ehool committee cabs for a total jexpendlturo during the year ot ap proximately J61.1S9, and on the Igriind list of tlio district which In ;J7.68S.aiS, thrro will b raised !with a It'll per cent collection, :.;,. (755.90. There Is. howinrr. ft bal ance of $11,000 left over from the building fund, which will bo ap plied to the budget. ) Joseph P. O'Conncll was appoint '"I rhulrmnn of the meeting and C. V. Mason, who U clerk and treasurer III1 new school building on Church', n,' , " , "Jam t",.t - -n ! r!r1sto1 irl a stepson, Lemuel H. street, was f 1.(17 It was also brought out that a!. nut $i;..nr of las' year's tax. s Hill remained unpaid and this mat ter was left with th- committee, and the tux collector to s-c If this amount could not be appreciably re duced. llnmmill is. llanl.m Charlies Hanimill. local i ntrant In the state pocket billard hague, and "Lacky" Hanlon of Hartford will meet tonight at Swingle's on North Main street in tho second half of their 100 point match to decide third place in tho league. At the end of the league season, they were both tied for third place and the first half of tho deciding match was won by Hanlon In Hartford on last Tues day night by a score of 100 to GO. JerroltW lVfeats Lynch Frank Jerrolds took live out of nine games, from Steve Lynch In the state duckpln league match last evening, the winners total pinfall . o oio-k in the library basement, being 1,018 with an average of; Mrs. Frank Woods and Miss Clara 1 16.4. Lynch's total was 9 5 4 and his I Norton w 111 submit reports from the average 110.4. The scores:' i workers of the Hetter Homes Ex- Lynch 137, 95, 94, 114, IP:, H'l, position and other matters of btisl 106. 111. 104991. i l.ers will be t rar.sactrd. Jerrolds 130, 142. 9:, 130, 119,,' K. of P. Meeting 86, 114, i:7, ICS 104S. j The regular meeting of Ethan Tical Estate Hoard Meeting , lodge. K. of p., will take place this A supper meeting of the Bristol j evening at Arcanum hsll at S Real Estate board was held last eve- (O'clock. nlng at the Elks club with practical- j Cclebratins; poth Rlrtliday ly a full attendance. Mrs. Irene A. Smith is today cele. It was voted to appoint a commit-j bratlng her 90th birthday at the tee to arrange for a meeting In June ! home of her daughter. Mrs. W. TL wdth the N"w Britain board and the Graham of 1 1 5 S'earns street, a state executive, committee. j br.ro number of friends called he- Keeoration Contract Awarded , tween 3 and 5 o'clock this Rfter- Chalrman Louis A. Wheeler an-I noon to offer congratulations to nounced this morning that tho con- tract for decorations for the police ball to be held April 9th, was award ed yesterday to Simmons & com pany of Hartford. This is the same concern th'at decorated the hall for j bus, will hold their regular meeting last year's police event. i ,hls evening nt t o'clock In the K. Community Chest Publicity Meeting of C. rooms on North Main street. A meeting of the members of the j Auxiliary Meeting publicity committee of the Com- ; A meeting of the Women's Auxll munity Chest Drive held their first , 'ry of the American Legion "will be meeting yesterday at 5:00 p. m. in I ''eld this evening 1n American Le the Endee club and discussed several j K'on hall. The guest of the eve matters In respect to placards, but- . WI11 be Miss Maud Clark, na tons. etc. j 'lona! executive commltteewoman. Those present were Harold Rei.l, I Refreshments and a social hour chairman; Miss Agnes Barry, acting I enjoyed, secretary. Chamber of Commerce; j Truck AYIth No Ttrlrer Itoscoe L. Sessions, Rolfe E. Rowe, j A '"go truck, parked on North Thomas A. Tracey, Carleton Beck- j Mln street yesterday afternoon, with and K. G. Fitzpatrick. Edwin , started to roll while the driver was Goodrich, general chairman of the jiy for a few minutes and pro campaign, was also in attendance. ' eecded in the general direction Of Mary A. Callen .Memorial 1'iiml ' OfTicr Connors who was doing duty The committee for the memorial ' 011 fIle corner of Main and North fund, which ls being raised to erect .Main streets. Connors held op his a fitting memorial to the late Mary i I,a'"l for the truck to stop, which It A. Callen, who was principal of the. East Bristol school for over 40 years, is well pleased with the dona tions so for received. It is, however, its desire to bring the fund to a close by April 1 in order to give the engravers ample time to prepare the memorial be for the opening of the new school and the committee has requested that all those who Intend to con tribute do so before that date. Bond Forfeited The $100 bond of Rosio Butch, a, gypsy, arrested yesterday by Officers Jegllnsky and Carpenter charge! with fortune telling, was declared forfeited by Judge William J. Malone in the city court this morn ing when Rosle failed to put In an appearance. Supernumerary Policeman Dewey Carpenter, while walking along North Main street yesterday after noon In plain clothes, was Invited In to the gypsy's place of business to have his palm read. This he did and the two officers followed. Apparently the gypsy tribe figured It cheaper to leave town than to face the court, and they packed up and departed during the night. Arrested for Evading Board Bill William Vershot, 19, whose home Is In West Stockbrldge, Mass., was ' brought back from that town yester- j day by Detective Sergeant Daniel t McGllllcuddy to face a complaint of evading a board bill, brought by his uncle, Seymour Less of Wolcott street. j It developed that Vershot had lived with his uncle for some time. but several weeks ago was thrown ouc or worn ami continued to live :ablo after eating, here ls harmless on the bounty of the uncle for the Istomarh relief. "Ptpe's Dlapepalc" weeks, finally returning to the home 'settles the stomach and corrects 41 of his parents leaving a board bill gestion tho moment it reache (he of 55. Boss brought his troubles 'stomach. to the prosecutor and Insisted that ! This guaranteed stomach or the warrant for his arrest be issued, 'rcctivc costs but a fw cnts at ny Judge William J. Malone, after Idrug store. Keen It handy! ! i f tu Ini th tact, continued tb mj ull!" tomorrcr morning n4 j. i Mructe' ,n pone lu t In outii with the boy'a parent In W i-'tockbrldgo and Inform th?ro of their boy'a pifdlrament, and that without their hf!p he ta factr.K a term lit tho Hartford county Jail. Mr, ma a. Krpeman Mn. Kl!a A. Treeman, irlfe of Samuel K. Freeman of IT gtanif street, died auddenly at her heme lost nlcht following a anort l:ine, altliounh ahn has been In falling health for enme time. Mta. I'ret-mnn waa born In Col, brook nicer, Conn., April tf, USI, Hie dauirhter of Thomae B. and Julia Andrus Pp.-ncer. Tn 1JJI aha try. with Torrlng- alnce thut huihtnd, j 1' reemnn of Waterbury. 1 The funeral will be held from the Congregational parish house tomor row afternoon at 2:30. rtev. K. L. i Wism-r will have charge of the services and the remains will be placed In th vault at West cme. tery for interment In the aprlii. i V annuls to 1V Served Tat Collector Frank 13. Rll.y la row having warrants prepared to be . served on delinquent personal tax payers. Those on whom such war ranis are served will be Obliged to pay fin additional five or six dollar., which will make their personal tax a rather expensive proposition. Mr. rilloy states that, the first of the warrants will be served on Fat tirday of this week. W. r. T. V. V eel lns The Women's Christian Temper ance fnlon will hold their regular meeting tomorrow afternoon at S i -irs. Smith who has be en a resl- I dent of this city for a number of years. K. of f , Meetlti! Palos Council. Knights of Colum ""tea to no, and seeing what the trounie was. the officer leaped aboard and turned th wheel In time to save his traffic stand from o mollshmeiit. The truck also nar rowly missed hitting a sedan which was parked on Main street at the time. American electric drlnk-mliers are becoming popular In Switzer land. STOMACH UPSET AS.IiEARTBURN NDIGESTION !!! Chew a few Pleasant Tablets, Instant Stomach Relief I If you feel full, sick or uncomfort- By BLOSSER