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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH -26, 1926.
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French Have Great Trouble in
Hiding Wealth
Pari. M.inli M '-P Hiixlns up
lnnrdil goll in l-'r.i ii'-u is a l.urMin
:lmt rnn be compare. 1 to she cn
(fBTs' lndiirtry in Ant-ni-i. It is
lot bo v i1i--mh'i. a-1 I'll ' it lire '"in-
lon t UK result.-.
How in m il uoM i ht'M'-ti nay.
Joho.ly i-.m cay rxartlv, hut It Is
(ner;illy nt m.r one nn-l
jiiO'I- to lillliin coM tram-f. A--Ins.
sijiiim tv'!S'!;' I'w-n J:'.'
liVl trii lulli'iit im p i i" r iranrv, ( 1 . .
!i(f.-t ii"- Is LT-.it , -pouch I" attra' t
limy tn this 1 1 1
Tills --ii n i 'ii It .i n n l.l". Is
ot f ri v from i -if. 1' is illfi-al as
'ar as Fiemli i'iiIiis aro rfmi.-.-rn'-'t
tl:e law forlM'llmr Iu1iik nivl feli
ne operations " l'ti tl " iritjnn.il
nimice, al luiiifTh snM i-nins nt oHi'i
latmns in 1"' 1-hhl-IiI r 'i 1 'r- n li
Viii r curri-ivy an 1 tna-k linn iiiot.s.
Tim rlikf duncr ''opus from the
1ien ratuswl In ih- Ihimih-ss. Sn.l
dories tire told of liow nu n liavc
i,.in "tnrpHof-.l" l-y irull lilp'i lacks
nor" often than t.-nuUH l.v the po
le. At n nifetnik' in a n i t . t naloon.
xlien a liiin'lr'-'l tlinnsaiiil rip
'lane re lirinir 1i ;i n l -i our ir
'xrhanRf for one thonsaml tventv
'rane Riilfl pt'-ees, ill" police npenreil.
'Hands up!" tin v rnnimnnded, and
lie. Inspector liendlnp tlie pnliee
I"l7d tlie money, cold and pap'r.
md mnrrhel the liontlecirei-s off to
Will-" Iv a liiiiarti-is. TI- re 'It'" ln
ipeetor ordi ml tlT-in to si' on .
inrli in : enridor. after wlileh Vt
nine an lit hat atid enpe and A
lartcd inl'i an nil.inlnlnsr chamber.
About Inn hours later a rarrtak
r asked th'-m "hat liny worn uiili
vg for and tiny re-ilu-d that tin
inspector was false, their money
tour, and themselves unable to takx
my action.
Tn a. ense of tlilf kind at Pi.
Pilt'unf. Hi" men arrested by tha
(ulse pnlhi- wire liatiil'mlfiMl in null
l-i way Unit the ri'al police had tn
1 1; U ihint to a ht.iclisniit U to re.
l-'flMi thr culls, The men having to
(. plaln I In I r pris.iice at polleu hcad-
iiii-i rs. ip' trhd and sent W
prison.
Tle void snndi'T.s do not escape
tins sort of trouble. Ono day. In
Paris, a.s th" nntal whs limine;, one
nf tin siii-I'Ms W''nt out tor foni'1
ii'lcan it' s and burst In, on his re
i urn, ."liiiiititik" "roliia !" lOveryliody
disappeared so no one saw a man
eun rue Irion a i upboard, wrap up
lie1 Inai'd mass In "it lars atid in
i urn dis a pp1 a r.
! bueaine known that a crr'niii
n'lii'ry prb st had onu 1 lioiini i, I
tweipy fiane koi iileees which In
ImUlit ihange aF.alnst papor. A
no tin:: was arranged In the oliuri n
US' It, 'I'l'.e pn st allowed himself tn
be pi rsuadi d to part wilh a few L'Old
inlim al tin- iiirunt rate of sit
train s paper for nity franes ro!
but would ti i. ii rtliev, it was Inni.
jbetore the iiit rouhl inalio lilin
eham-'e bis mind. "Think of ni
'ositnin." tli'1 r vefejid father
jari'Ued. 'W hat i: sueh a thlnn lircanie
: Know n!'
j At last be jiehl.d and ronroal'd
In a ennft ssimi bn. he passed oet
i li'ay packet n return for paper
I bills. The I wo nn n left thai rlnirrl,
and doubtles..) th on man liad L'n'
.rid of the c; sock- to which ho had
!rio ripht before tho other had dls-
ioovrpd that liif packet wan heavy
I with lend, not fjold.
' Not much Is known of what be
comes of tln pold once It Is nirlte.i
down, or who buys It, It Is reckoned
that three hundred pounds of cohl
'! reach Tarls every month In this
illicit traffic.
LON CIIANEY NOW
LI
: Screen Star Reviews Years in
' t!ie Pictures
1. 1
N"w York, March "ii iTi-Tj0n
''haney looks back to the motion pic.
"ire das whrn the directing ttaff
ulled one automolilltj with gun
powder and rameras. another with
aclors, and tl.. n took out for a drive
in the country. Wln-ii the party ro
'rned It usually carried nn pplrode. of
a serial.
"That waa how picturff were made,
in the davs of yore," said Chancy,
who today is Metro-Goldwyn's
haractr r star. 'Tlvo dollars a day
was Vds pay and many a plaver, who
now lias reachc! movie heights, was
-lad to L-et if. Mary l'ickford onci;
drew that, kind of a. check; fo did
Cay Tlnchef and many another."
Chancy has been tliroui:h the re
pertoire of the lots, He was a
"heavy", ass Vant director, character
: man and Kt neral factotum In the
primitive time when thrills photo
k'niphtd under the sunlight, were the
ink a t the Klvly lislit Mill was a
i dre-ani.
! Vanctr, director and even ntat;o
hand were the rolta lie essayed in
!th lefcliimnte tlnatro before ho tried
his luck before the rmiiuru.
"We had ta depend on Huullghl,
(of course, and fetich a thins a uln
a reflector was never heard of," de.
j'darcd Chancy. "A hcrlpt usually was
'written on the, hack of an envelope.
"And within a few years we, have
the Ki-eat feature picture like. 'Men
Hur.' UkIi'Ios t-tfeLta nich tin Krace
1 1 ' rod notions like 'The Torrent' and
llai'Re fetudlos wliero every brunch of
sclenro works out dittlcult problems.
I "The much-inooted nileption of
stars' salaries ta another Instance of
1 evolution or rather of pettlnK
ithingf down to a business basis. At
J first salaries w ere almost nothing.
j Th'-n came a period of hysteria,
I when enormous, salaries lured rlngn
star.
I 'Do Wolf Hopper. Raymond Hitch-
cock, Wiliam P. Hart, Douglas Falr-
hanks and many others left the foot
, lights, lured by lilltterlntr wealth.
I Hart and Fairbanks are ihout the
'only ones who learned the screen was
ja different vehicle from the slace--and
they stuc k. The other.";, Includinc
ileorse Arils, took R whirl ut H
aid then returned to the footlights.
These Htilarlis almosl caused
'chaos in the business end of the In
dustry and th'-ii business iens bo
'sun to rule. Salaries were adjusted
Ion the basis of what a picture eouhl
j bring In. Today, salaries er fair: a
I that ji't'cenlage 0 ft In- possibilities of
I ii jilcture."
STANDS RIGID IN
PATHJFFREIGHT
(Contluued from Drat Tsge)
phonf was llstf c? under the name of I
Harksdalo C. Hicks, !
He wus a mulatto and absolute i
idenllflcatton was later made by one '
of hto brother, who viewed th
body at the New Hrllalu uudertak- !
Ing establishment. ;
Hicks Is survived by Jils wife and
a son, Kdward, of Hertford, and"
three brothers, Edward P., Walter
P.. and William M.. of New York j
city. Arrangements for the funeral
are Inconiplet", . :
night at headquarter! ta Bo v.
crelgn's building.
Jllcbuel MeCrunn, phulrman of
the board of relief, ind Lawrencu
I'. Mangan, a 'member of the board,
will both bo candidates for re
election this year, They are democrats.
DKMOCRATS TO MI.ET '
A meeting of the democratlo
town committee will be held to-
Evangeline Booth Tells
How Her Dog Saved Her
New York, March 18 UPl Com
mander llvangellne Honth, of the
Salvation Army, has a shepherd do,
Maaie, t hat saved her life ono night
during her recent Illness by going
for help.
Miss Uno'h who Is back at work
today became seriously 111 shortly
before Chrlslmas.
Mazle caused such a stir that an
attendant Investigated, found Miss
Booth In a serious condition and
administered artificial respiration
until the doctor arrived.
The dog was named Mazle, Mtts
Booth said, becuuse Us Intelligence
was so amazing.
Pr, V. Topoy, professor of physics
at Saratoy University, Russia, haa
invented an apparatus which ho as
serts will transmit photographs of
moving objectii by wireless.
for burial.
nro Valuable Jewflry
Tr. Griswold stated that the man
was well dressed and that he wore
valuable jewelry. His clothing was
! searched for somo mark of Identlfl
i cation and a letter was found 1ti en
1 inside, pocket, addressed to B. C.
I nicks at. a street address In New
' York city. A return address was
i found on the envelope, this being
! W. M. Hicks, 32 Benton street, Hart
ford. The name was looked up In
the tcli phone book and tho tele-
I MI ST WEAR RATS
Constantinople. 'March 10 (I?) -'1
he chief of religious affairs In
' Turkey has notified the muftis, as
the priests of the Moslem religion
: am called, that in the mosques
their worshippers must wear hats,
which by order of the government,
: have replaced the fez as the. new
national headwear.
Pork Is the chief meat eaten by
the Chinese.
DRESS UP FOR EASTER!
A Lady's Complete Easter Outfit and
A Gentleman's Outfit Given Away
FREE!
ALL PKIWON'S ATTENDING A PERFORMANCE OF
' 'The American Venus' '
AT THE
CAPITOL THEATRE
(Mon., Tues., Wed.)
WILL RECEIVE WITH EACH PAID ADMISSION A
TICKET FOR A CHANCE TO WIN THE
ABOVE OUTFITS
LADY'S OUTFIT
Supplied by the Following Leading Merchants
Davidson & Leventhal ... A New Spring Silk Dress
The Uoston Store A Spring Coat
H. J. Donnelly 0.
Walk-Over Shoe Shop . r: . . A Pair of Nobby Shoes
The Woman's Shop Lingerie and Hosiery
Outlet Millinery . Spring Hat
Connecticut Furriers .... An Elegant Fur Neckpiece
Milon Beauty Salon Permanent Wave
Vol Floral Co An Easter Douquet
GENTLEMAN'S OUTFIT
Sizes 8 i to 11 A
Patent one-strap,
trimmed with gray
or blond lizard.
Larger sizes at $3.50.
John Irving
JUNIORS
The Kiddies, too, will want to look
t'leir smartest for Easter. Mothers
will welcome the fine selection of styles
and the sturdy, wear-resisting quality
of John Irving JUNIORS. The saving
in cost is another big item.
$2 to $4
according to size
Sizes SV, to 11 and
11 ' to 2. Comes In
tan or gray elk
with viscolized soles.
good stylo for
growing feet.
$Q.50
R A
1
1
GOOD SHOES
168 MAIN STREET
Next to New Britain Savings
Bank
DA-BED SPECIALS
FOR SATURDAY ONLY!
Just the thing for Spring fever. Why use the bed
when the Englander Da-Bed is such a convenience?
N. E. Mas & Sons
Rorhen Hat Shop
A Kuppenheimer Suit
A New Spring Hat
Lady's Outfit Awarded Wednesday Eve., March 31
(Gentleman's Outfit Awarded Tues. Ee., March 30
Ticket.- for the aUive outfits will he given
with admissions on Saturday of this week,
Ninday iii;:h Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
SEE 'THE AMERICAN VENUS" SHE WILL GIVE
YOU AN EASTER OUTFIT FREE!
Buv at Home
Dit Up for Easter
i' a I
This Englander model, so popu
lar everywhere, that becomes a
full size bed with a simple mo
tion. Complete with fine cre
tonne covering. All metal in
various wood finishes.
Regular Price ?58.00
Special For
Saturday At
OTHER MAKES AS LOW AS
$4640
$18'S
Complete
ift-i y.igjgr.-.nwt BUiMMrm-mmimi
GET THAT SPARK NOW!
30x3' 2 First Quality Cord $ 8.50
2!)x!.IO First Quality Balloon $12.50
Other Sizes In Proportion
ANOTHER SPECIAL
Columbia Dry Cells 3 for $1.00
("A" Rait cries)
.Mail Orders Filled
Budd Auto Products Co.
Nil ARCH STREET
Telephone 3989
L2J cEs
A visitor in your home seeing this beautiful couch
will never suspect that one motion changes it into
a bed at night and a mighty comfortable bed at
lhat for it is equipped with the famous sag-proof
spring. Complete with fine mattress and artistic
cretonne covering. Regular Trice $35.00.
Special For Saturday At
$28.00
h'lS.
i::SSeli1
FC-
1 rs.flh. i. I r 1 1 I
' ' -r. i irViv -vMi
Where the Englander Daven
port Bed stands in your home,
THERE is the "comfy comer"
and at this special price you cun
own one easily.
Regular Price $56.00
Saturday At . . $44.80
.-a.
WWII
1CM
SPECIAL ATTENTION
PLAN TO SEE OUR WINDOW
DEMONSTRATION
SATURDAY
3S1
MAIN
ST.
BIRNBAUM'S
FURNITURE STORE
BETTER FURNITURE FOR LESS MONEY
381
MAIN
ST.
j Slk ?2 "Just Like Daddy's I
j (fitS. and Mother's"
Ii Sizes 5 to 8 Comes
In Tan or Gray Ellc-
skin. Also In Patent.
' SiiiTie stjle in low
I elioes.
j
SATURDAY SECIALS AT
Premier
C-l.. J
i.
Dressing
large bottle
33 c
Confec
tionery SUGAR
in packages
2 pounds
15c
Morning Special 7 o'clock to 12:30 noon
Best Maine
POTATOES
peck
75c
Lean Smoked 1 r
SHOULDERS tb 1 V C
Lean Fresh i q
SHOULDERS lb IOC
CHALLENGE
MILK
.fid cans 25c
: AH Day Specials :-
LEGS GENUINE SPRING LAMB lb 32c
LOIN LAMB CHOPS lb 35c
CHOICE SHOULDER CHOPS lb 28c
LAMB FORES ? lb 22c
LAMB FOR STEW lb 15c
Special
Honey Brand
Arlington
Armour's Star
HAMS lb. 35c
FRICASSEE' FOWL lb 29c
PRIME RIB ROASTS lb 28c
FANCY POT ROASTS It) 2k
LEAN POT ROASTS Tb 20c
BONELESS ROASTS lb 28c
ROAST VEAL Tb 18c
VEAL FOR STEW Tb 10c
VEAL CHOPS lb 25c
FRESH CUT HAMBURG .'. tb ISc
PORK CHOPS Jb 28c
LARGE ROASTFNG CHICKENS tb 48c
LEAN BOILING BEEF Ib 10c
BEST FRANKFORTS lb ISc
EVAPORATED MILK 3 cans 29c
WHITE LOAF FLOUR sack $1.29
CAMPBELL'S PORK AND BEANS 3 cans 25c
CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP 3 cans 25c
SPECIAL lc SALE
Buy 1 lb N. B. Fig Newtons at 25c lb
and get 1 pkg. of Uneeda Biscuit at 1c
Total 2Rc
SUGAR
10 lb cloth sack . . 56c
25 Ib cloth sack . $1.38
RINSO . . pkg. 5c
Royal Lunch
CRACKERS 4 lbs
2 ih35c
Sugar Corn 2 cans 25c
Light Meat Tuna Fish can 19c
Pink Salmon 2 cans 29c
Pure Cocoa 2-lb can 25c
Green or Wax Beans 2 cans 35c
Toilet Paper 3 rolls 23c
Early June Peas 2 cans 25c
Fancy Tomatoes 2 large cans 25c
Rumford's Baking Powder Ib 29c
Not-A-Seed Raisins 2 packages 19c
Pea Beans 3 lbs 20c
My-T-Fine Dessert package 10c
WEDGWOOD
CREAMERY
BUTTER
Cut from the Tub
or in ',4 -lb Prints
2 lbs. 97c
PARKSDALE
Strictly Fresh EGGS 2 doz. 73c
BEST PURE LARD 2 lbs 33c
NUCOA NUT OLEO lb 30c
GOOD LUCK OLEO .
FIRST PRIZE OLEO
It) 32c
lb 30c
CALIF. SUNKIST ORANGES . .
EXTRA HEAVY GRAPEFRUIT
FANCY BALDWIN APPLES . . .
LARGE RIPE BANANAS
SOUND YELLOW ONIONS
. . dozen 25c
. . 4 for 25c
3 quarts 25c
. . dozen 29c
... 4 lbs 23c
Fresh Cut Spinach peck 35c
Calif. Sunkist Lemons dozen 15c
Fancy Bleached CIery bunch 25c
Large Iceberg Lettuce head 15c
Yellow Globe Turnips R lbs 25c
Large White Cauliflower head 29c
Large Florida Oranges dozen 49c
Kiln Dried Sweets 3 lbs 25c
New Cabbage Ib 9c
New Bunch Carrots bunch 10c
SPECIALS
FOR THIS SATURDAY
HATS-S1.45 up DRESSES-$4.75 up
EASTER STYLES
Latest in
. EASTER HATS and DRESSES
Hats Made to Order for $1.00
M. KOPIECKI
686 NORTH MAIN STREET (Near Beaver Street)
NEW BRITAIN, CONN.

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