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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 2G, 1923.
GRABOWSKI GIVEN
Three Months on Liquor Count;
30 Days as Drunken Driver
When WIIMum nrabowskl, aged
ill, milkman do luxe, of 164 Clark
street, was arraigned In police
court today for the third time In
two weeks on a charge of viola'
in g 1hv llfiuor law, ho was sen
lined lo throe months on the
lienor roiinl, and given 30 addi
tional days on n charge of driving
a motor whirl while under the in
fluence of liquor. UondH for uppi al
u.t.! set at 1.:" l.y Judge. B. W.
Allillii.
S' TK"ant 1'alri' l; J. O'Mara Bald
'ha! lie and Otlkcr Thomas J.
IVeiify aircsied Grabowskl at 1
I'luyton road hi hi Saturday morn
Injf, after they received a call from
Mrs. Mary Castclll of : Clark
street, who told them where (ira.
l.ovskl veni. Sergeant O'Mara said
I hat hf stayed In front of tlia
Clayton ruad house, while Officer
I'eeney iwnl Into the rear of tho
house and brought Urabowskl out.
The sergeant said that flrabow.
k opened the hack of his coupe
where H is said that two five gal
Inn can of alcohol and a one fal
len can were found. Sergeant
o'Murn Hold that (irahowskl said
he only drove the car in the drlve-v.-.-iv
of I he house, and that
Sparky," a friend, drove from
i 'lurk street to Clayton road for
him.
Peter Cas-'i Hi. son of Mrs. Mary
i'iiHi 111. raid i hat he saw Grabotv
.ki drive the car into the yard. Ho
said tlial he calle.l headquarters
ai'ii-r his mother told him that he
snoiild. lie declared that his mother
round I ti ; 1 1 ilrahowski had been
storing ulcoliol In her milk house.
Mary Casl. Ill, his sifter, said that
she saw Grnhoskt put the cans of
alcohol In his car. She also said
tat she s.iw Grabowskl drive his
ear down Clark street. She slated
Hint whin her mother found thy
a'cnhol In the milk house she ask
ed Cirubowski lo pay nine months'
rent. She said her mother demand
ed rent only so that she could se
cure (he information to tell police.
Mrs, Caslelll said that Grabowskl
broke open the lock on the milk
house door, and has been storing
alcohol there. She said 'that she
asked him for rent only so that he
would tell' how long he had been
using her milk house as a rum de
pot. She paid she found two five
gallon cans of alcohol In the ice
box of the mllkhouse. which she
put on the back veranda and turn
ed them over to police. Judge Wil
liam 1". Mangan was counsel for
Urabowskl.
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they'll slenderize your ankles!
PHOENIX CHIFFON HOSE $1.65
Easter Sunday! The Parade! Everyone clad in Silk Hose!
.Many will wear Hose similar to these, because Phoenix are
guaranteed and fashioned to make ankles look slimmer.
All new shades. (Main Floor)
DAVIDSON
LEVENTHAL
Indiana Man Hating Clmrrli Trial
Accused HoonnS' lie Started He-
crcallnnnl Center.
Palmyra, Ind.. March 16 (M I)e
;.'rniined not lo sacrifice any of his
principles and prepared to tight in
the intercut of young people's re
creation, Clyde Marlin was ready
for trial here today before three
evangelists of the Church of Christ.
He is charged with "heresy" be
cause of his activity in establishing
a recreational center in this village.
Only members of the church will
lear the trial, others being pro
hibited. This is the second lime, the young
crusader for wholesome recreation
for the young people of 1he village
lias fared the elders charged with
"i reailonal heresy."
Marlin lasi night issued a defiant
. "aii incut. and said that at his
trial today he would. If permitted,
"haw hi-i opponents outline what
may or may not be done outside
uf worship. I want them lo say
vhat we can wear, say and do."
Mr. Marlin said in outlining his
d-:".ns' that he proposed to show
by comparison that his recreational
ui ii'.i'ii s w. re on a plane with
i'uo.se or his older accusers.
AND
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Do You Want Your Apparel to Excite
Admiration in the Easter Parade ?
Is Your Income Limited? Read!
mKmmlmA Co,lection
liMSmm Are sPlendld
i r .M4.75 r. 5.00
daughter will
be happy if you
get her one of
these
COATS
$9.95 to $16.95
SIZES 7 TO 16 TI!S.
Klval big sisters In style,
in chicness, workmanship
and material. The newest
In suede, velours and miN
tures. find Floor)
OTHER
COATS
$29 to $69
In This Big
Collection
Are Splendid
Dresses
It's Going To Be A
Glorious Easter
For the Young Miss
She's going to look prettier than she
ever before did in her life. The de
signers who created the clothes now
on display have seen to that.
BRING HER HERE
Girls' Coats .... $5.95 to $12.95
Novelty Dresses . . $2.95 to $5.95.
New Millinery . . . $1.95 to $5.95
Snappy Sweaters $1.95 to $4.95 fjl
Princess Slips 98c to $1.95 fttv?" l
Confirmation
Dresses
$2.95 to $14.95
White Voile and Silk
Exquisite, dainty, be
comingly pretty lacey
and ruffled models in
styles that words fail
to adequately describe.
Alluring assortment.
Sizes 2 to 6, 7 to 14.
(2nd Floor)
Easter Clothes
for the Little Boy
Who Wants Snap, Pep!
Wajt'll the little fellow sees these
new Easter Togs! He'll tell you in
no uncertain terms that he wants
them, "and nothing else but."
Coats and Suits are in sizes to 9
years. Pants 3 to 20 years, in
cluding stouts.
Boys' Coats . .
Boys' Suits . .
Boys' Hats . . .
Boys' Pants .
Boys' Blouses
. $5.95 to $10.95
$2.95 to $12.95
$1.00 and $1.50
. $1.49 to $2.95
. 98c to $1.95
is .14'
OTHER
DRESSES
$10 to $39
(.M S Will S HAS JIAK.HTLK
Hollywood. I'alil'.. March I'll M
A duiiflit-r was l.orn h-To yester
day to Airm-H AyrcK. motion picture
acMvss and tli; wif.- of P. Manuel
lieiiehi. The l.ahy has been named
Alan i Ku-' Ida K- aeiii.
COATS WITH NONCHALANT
CAPES, STRAIGHT COATS.
TOPCOATS
ALL NKW! ALL SMART!
ALL GOOD VALUES:
Fabrics are Ingeniously woven, glv.
Inp them a mannish air. Shaggy
Tweeds, Tiasket Weaves, etc. Pastel
and street shades. All sizes.
2nd Floor)
DUL'HSES WITH FLARES, WITH
PLEATS, WITH TUCKS DRESSES
Willi ANYTHING TO MAKE
THEM PRETTIER!
Prints, Flat Crepes. Satins, Geor
gette and Taffeta combinations! One
piece dresses, I-p.ecu dresses, Blues,
greens, greys, tans, pinks.
(2nd Floor)
Your Easter Costume Will Make
You Look Your Best Only If It
Has (the Proper Foundation
Corsets $2 to $5
STANDARD BRANDS
NEMO, MODART, PN, TREO, CB.
THOMSON'S AND STYLISH STOUT
Complete showing of the new Spring Corse
lettes, Girdles and Wrap-Arounds for the
young miss, matron and large woman. Ma
terials are Silk Brocades, fancy Coutils, etc.
All smart, comfortable and slenderizing.
(2nd Floor)
-and SUITS!
sport-tailored
1 $24.75
Mc CALL
PRINTED PATTERNS
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MPSLW 1 '' o Iftu ,J- "filr' Your Own Easter Costume
k . , Visit onr Piece Goods Dept., and see the seemingly endless as-
qHJpi sortment of silks and woolens.
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CHARL0T NECKLET ft To Intrigue Miladv's Fancy
v Hints of Mediaeval Days I ' 98c pair
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FOR A MAN'S EASTER
BROADCLOTH
SHIRTS-$2 upwards
for Dandy Ones!
New cheeks ni strip
All full i lit, p.-rf.-et
w.di: All sizes.
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tins'.
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$1.50 each
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It is such seemingly small things as the cuff on your gloves, the style of your handbag, the bou
tonniere on your lapel and the hankie in your pocket that will lend real distinction to your Easter
ensemble. In planning the main parts of your costume your Coat and Dress, don't overlook the
important details that can add so much to the attractiveness of the whole. The accessories listed
hti't; are Style Right and, of course, PRICE RIGHT, which is, after all, very important!
HANDBAGS $2.98
punch and tailored. Others of brocaded silk, brocaded
tapestry rmd tlie Savored leathers. Street and evening
shades, l'it'ed with coin purse and mirror.
FESTOONS 98c Up
''lioic of I'earl, Te nd or lthincstone in alluring ( fleets.
All v. ry new and destined to enjoy much popularity.
SCARFS $2.50 and $2.98
In plain pastel colorings. Fine quality Georgette or
'r.-pe I'hine. Itecp fringe.l borders.
I'ast.l
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HANDKERCHIEFS 9Sc
cobueil g.-org'. tte with gold thread scalloped
Hand painted corners with gold thread oui
I'retiy maiden and llower designs. r.trcmely
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SILK GLOVES $1.59-$1.98
lelirated Kayser make 11 arc frilled enff or tum
vin'o nlder. d rulT. In mod" or pongee.
UMBRELLAS $4.95 Up
16 riti, silk; colored stripe, borders; Ottoman borders,
plain salin stripe borders. Tips and ferrules to match;
also amber. Colors are green, red, purple, navy, brown,
black.
FLOWERS 50c Up
For evening wrar, coats, suits, drcW'S und hair erna
ments; exquisitely colored. Also gold and silver. Com
plete assortments.
SCARFS $2.98 Up
1'rinted on best quality silk crepe de chine, radium, flat
chepe and chiffon. Over lno new patterns.
KID GLOVES $2.98 Up
Turnback and flared cuff; some arc silk embroidered;
also petl-poinl cuffs, with gold embroidered threads;
perforated cuffs and the "Ascot" Slip-on, with turn
back colored brocaded silk lined cuff.
CAPE GLOVES $2.50 Up
Washable! Slipon, turnback cuffs; perforated (rold
braid cuff and colored applique braid cuff.
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Bring Sunshine Indoors
29c yd. 39c yd. 49cvd. 69c yd.
79c yd. 89cyd. 98c yd. $1.25 yd.
Gorgeously bold patterns for the living room,
dainty ones for daughter's bedroom and digni
fied ones for the guest room. They'll surely
bring sunshine indoors, and will make the room
cool and cheerful.
All 36 inches wide and of standard reliable qual
ity. An unusually large selection to choose
from. Prices are very modest
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