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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1927.
II II II Mail Orders Promptly Filled Last Day Saturday! Stock Reduction Sale Offering Many Buying Opportunities Smart Coats and Dresses Greatly Reduced Select your coat now from the attractive garments we are showing, in the smart furred dressy styles at these special prices. $24.95, $39.50; $65.00 (Were ?35.00, $52.50, $89.50 regular) Choose your' dress from our smart line and make the savings this sale brings you. There are lovely dresses of cloth or silk, suitable for all occasions. $10.00, $16.95 ' (Were priced to Ready to Wear Berlin News BOARD OF FINANCE Rejects Carbo's Road Building Proposals MUCH DISCUSSION ENSUES Mrs. Wrfoor Dies After Long Illness legion Installation of Officers Tonight Methodist Church I're.-cul, I'hty Other Items. to '111 o finance board hold a, meeting last night in the town hall to dis iuss the offer of John Carbo which caused so much discussion at the annual town meeting. At the meet ing it was stated by George Carter, hist selectman, that, the expense of caring for the road amounted to $15,000. Carbo then took the floor and offered to take care, of the roads for ?10,0"0, stating thai the sum mentioned by Mr. Carter was absurd and absolutely loo high and steep. As a bond of good faith Mr. Carbo of fered to put up a bond of J.'i.oon. i j his offer started a warm discussion j among the citizens in attendanee at the meeting ard, after much discus sion, it was left to (he finance board. Last night Ihe board, of which Claude V. Stevens is chairman, de rided after a long study of the of ler to lake no action on Ihe matter and voted to reject the project of Mr. Carbo. Mrs. Wber IHes Mrs. Mary Klizabeth Weber, wife of John Weber died last, night at her home on Galpin's Hill after a long illness. She was 'i7 years old and a life long resident of Berlin. She leaves, besides her husband, two sisters, Mrs. George H. Jones of Gildersleeve and Mrs. V.. Ward of Winsled and a nephew. Clarence At uood of this town. Funeral serv ices will be held Saturday afternoon a i 3 o'clock at. her homo. "Rev. Samuel A. Flske of th? Berlin Con gregation church will officiate and burial will be In Maple, cemetery. Lesion Installment Tonight The newly elected staff of the Rol-ton-Kascia. post of the American Le gion will be installed tonight at a meeting In Ihe Legion hall. Kensing ton. The affair will si art at J! o'clock. Const able Quells Trouble Receiving complaints from several ,.. nnie in the district of 'he Kens- ington grammar senooi tnai aint v as n disturbance in the neighbor hood. Constable William Ritchie harried to the scene of the trouble I M night and found a group of M.ung men who were threatening to : b it up another youth who was Ink-,, i- g home a girl from a 'Hallowe'en r-'ftv. 'The cousin of the girl re- i fused lo h i her remain in the young man's company and bis followers j were hanging on Ihe ear in which ' the couple were seated. Someone the crowd let the air out of the tires on the car and threatened 1o damage Hie car if the girl persisted I on remaining with hor escort. Ton si.'itile Ttitchie immediately broke up I the gathering and called up the pur- nr il,niiiip. irii'l. Thr-v wore . - 1 ' !,,. irrurwlfuthcr. ! IIOI IIL MOiiie inn it, , n lifter listening to the fads of the j ruse, asked the officer to bring the gir) home. Piny to Me I'rcscnliMl ! The l.udicx' Aid society of the , lethodist church will present a two ad play on Wednesday. November i. at the church. The title of the play will h "Son Bonnets," by Mar inn f'ampliell. The cast will be made up of Mrs. Hultgren, Missl nartprrtt, Shopping Qent&r, $16.50 and$29.50) Shop One Kloor Up Solnia Johnson, Mrs. Edgorly, Mrs. Burnhan, Mrs. Hannon, Mrs. Tryon, Mrs. Kent and daughter. Mrs. C. W. Williams, Mrs. Moffilt, and Mrs. O. H. Johnson. Rehearsal for the play will bo held tonight in the church hall, I'.allroHil Street Opened The street Hading to the raiiroad station, after being closed for the last, two days, was opened this morning by the road officials. A small bridge was built over the ce ment but the heavy trucks broke the boards and it was decided to lay the boards on the road ilself. This will relieve a lot of the traffic ?hat has been dulouring on the property of the railroad adjacent to the tracks. . Tabs Meet Last Mglit The Talis met last night in St. Paul's hall where different matters were discussed by the members of the organization. Kills Large skunk Joe Kingwood had the misfortune while out driving in his ear to meet a large skunk who disputed the right of way. He endeavored to avoid the animal but struck it snuarely and killed it outfight. Joe brought tlie animal home, it being a large, black type. He will have the animal skinned and will keep it as a reminder of his skillful driving. Halloween Party A Halloween parly was held last night, at the Kensington Grammar school for the pupils of the grades in the school. It was a costume af fair and was in charge of Miss Mary Griswold. There was a large attend ance. Head Progresses The work on the new state high- way continues to go on at breaking pace. Tim road a record tirm has been blessed with wonderful wi this week and are taking full a alhor ilvan- tage of their opportunities to get a hig portion of thi' road completed. At the present time the cement has been put on the road up to the warehouse of John A. Andrews which is a good distance from the lailroad bridge where the work was started yesterday. The bus service on the line continues to lie delayed. Buses are running about every half hQur, but are constanlly late on ac count of Ihe one way traffic. Schools Clo-cil Today A teachers' convention held in New Haven today will close the local schools for the day. Prayer Meeting Held The Jirsl prayer of the season was held last night at the Berlin Con gregational church and drew a large crowd. The prayers were in charge of Itev. Samuel Kiske. I'.n.-t Berlin Items Mrs. Charles Nelson entertained the members of the l.ufanso (dub at her honu last evening the oecasiot being a Hallowe'en party. All who attended were dressed la costume. A harvest, luncheon was served, the lable being decorated with colors in keeping with the occasion. Favors were distributed. The football team will meet near tho school Sunday morning at 10 o'clock lor. the final practice before Hie Bristol game, v Kvory member of (he sound is asked to be on hand promptly. ,v football team from the Berlin cron'slructlon Co. has challenged the i jjorlin Panthers lo a three-game i ,.L.ric.s )H!1, evening arranged! m jllin.lK(,,. ioval Holmes to play t)(i;.e (lfJ during the month of' so games November. Manager Holmes will use his scrub team againsl the Construction company team as the regular Panther team would be too strong for the shop team. Cortland Read is spending the Cell end as t lie guest, of his grand mother in Weal Cromwell. Miss Mabelle Barnes left this morning for New Haven where she will attend the Slate Teachers' con vention being hchl today in that city. The children of SI. Uahi-iel's Kpls copal church Sunday school will'hold a Hallowe'en social In the church social rooms ibis evening. All . at tending will wear costumes. The library will be open for a Shop by Mail if Unable to Come Yourself .short while this evening. Tho Hoys' club will meet lo.ui ht at 7 o'clock at Community hall. The Yale-I larlmoul h game will attract a number from lure. A parly tor the ..vent is now being ar ranged. It was repoiled that a stale game warden spent seM ial hours here yesterday on the lookout for tel'S Without licenses. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyal Holme, visitors to I'.ristol yesterday i upon relatives. bun dling NO GENERAL MOTORS . MERGER WITH BALDWIN I . .1. I isbei pills ( Saw Motor- I ed Sur tpital lor llaMu in SlocJ,. Phil.-i no i otors delpliia. (let. L'V -- There omiectiun between General and the I'.alduin l.ocomeiie M w or I Fr.-il .1. Fisher, of De lay after attending a Iroit yestenla meeting of tile the locoinotivi board of directors of concern, ''here had hi intimatiou in some riuart.-rs that General Motors because of the presence of Mr. Fisher on the I'.ald win board, mighi come lo an ar rangement whereby Baldwin would manufacture heavy trucks for the ii i ol or concern. General Motors some tine' ago took over control of fisher Codies, owned by the Fisher broth ers of 1 let roil. "We had to have an rmt I, i for sonic of our surplus capital, and the Baldwin company, being a well man age, 1 and iTilablisliocl concern, natur ally attracted our attention, Mr. Fisher said. "It was foe tle.il rencrtn ,.. i,.,,,,,, , ... 'the Baldwin company's stock. The I business of General Motors and i Fishers arc so vastly different from" I l-c business of business of locomotive building. that J can scarcely of our interests.'' fon joining j Cuba and Florida Are Linked by Air Route I Key West, Flu., Oct. L'S 111') The Iri-molni-ed Fokker plane G. n ral Machado toed; off at S;I a. m. j today for Havana on the formal run .inaugurating daily mail service be llvveeu the Fnitcd States and Cuba, j The trip across the Im-mile wa iter gap will hi' negotiated in nu 'hour. Pilot Kilnar.l Musiok said. The plane carried 772 pounds of mail I2.3;i2 letters in all. In the Pan-American Airways craft with Musiok were Hugh Veils, I reserve pilot, and Joe .loanson. ni--Johnnie. I AD lli;itl.l I.ASS1I lilt Alls FRECKLES AND klDSAAMS HORMS, Pop as i MJAsvr I UAME A DIM F.OR. OAiS, POP? -- f Plainville News P.O. ROAD APPEARANCE Doing Its Bit by Grouping ol Mail Boxes BRIDGE REALIZED . $180 Mini liaised Tor Iibrary Time Limit Tor Tax Returns ear South Tiids Itook .Sunday Game l augh at Alleged "Protection." The Plainville post office is doing its lilt toward improving the appear ance of the highways about the town aijd, following out the advice of the dipartmi nt, is inspetcing and group ing the rural boxes. Thiff is being done all over the state in an effort to do away with unsightly and straggling mail boxes located hap hazardly along the highways. Some ' of these arc at vayfious angles while in mo.st eases groups of boxes are m ,n0 high school gymnasium. Kef. up with no regard to alignment, I Prizes for the best and funniest cos i presenting an unattractive appear- j tumes, male and female, will be ance. i awarded by competent judges. The ! Jt is the intention of the post of- j circle held its regular meeting last flee to straighten out the lines of ! evening in Legiomhall. these grouped boxes and put them in orderly and neat alignment. Many of the groupings, such as some along West wood Park, are consider ed all right at present. Postmaster ' James F. Fslier says, and lie appre ciates (he work of the property own ers in Ihus fixing up their boxes. In cases where the grouped boxes i are considered to detract from the app offii ranee of the roadside, the post j irk to o-operati w it h the own. rs 111 dying the situa- lions. Library Benefits By SI80. The Plainville Public library building fund i.s richer by $1S0 as a rault of the benefit bridge held in ihe high school gymnasium Wed nesday evi ning under the auspices of the Woman's club. There were about 2tMi persons present. Prizes were furnished by businessmen of t he tow n. The bridge was the first of two affairs planned by the Woman's club ! to add to its fund for the erection j of Hie permanent library building. This action will become possible in three years, when the George p. ; .Martin estate on Kast Main street ; becomes available as a site. As-c-sors Issue Warning. The time limit for filing lax re Mums with the board of assessors Is approaching, the hoard warned to day, as all returns must be in by I Tuesday to avoid payment of a fine of ten per cent additional. The , board will hold an all-day session ' tomorrow, from !) a. in., to a p. in., ! and from 7 p. m. to S p. in., and on Tuesday, the last day for making re turns, will be in session during the ! same hours. : Paul Meads Bowling League Constable James Paul was elecled I president ol the Industrial Bowling league last evening to succeed Bon l iainiu W. lelvvards, who resigned when tin Trumbull Kleclric Mfg. ! i 'o. withdrew ironi the circuit, i I'residenl Paul, who is commander i of the American Legion post, roils j With the Standard Sleel team, I Laugh At "Protection'' I Local authorities today were In- I dined to lanh at the statements of i"Mike" Nivcllo of Hartford in court in that lily yesterday regarding '"protection" promised him hero. jNevello, during the course of testi ; niony taken in regard to a Hartford I swindle, described a mis ting with n j f.-ilow conspirator as being part of ! a plan lo 'open a big gambling joint I in I'l linvill. ." He .said lhat Ik- had ; been offered protection here and that i cvoryihine would be safe. I The local authorities today brand ' ed his sleleoi' iits as false and ah jsurd. Tiny are inclined lo link up his testimony with a pair of men J who rec. nt!v were seen about town iniiuirine concerning the possibility 1 of opening a pool room and of con ducting some gambling on the side, but this pair was given no satisfac tion and lob! that gaining would not be tolerated here. South Lnd BiMik Game I The reorganized South Fuds. with many former All-Plainville players in He ir new line-up, will play their tir.st home fame tit the high school i lidd Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Hi" Frog Hollow Sena tors of Hartford as (heir opponents. ! The South Knds are now a much stronger team than they were be fore their amalgamation with the All-I'lainvUI. s. and they expect to ; give Ihe visitors ii severe jolting, i The Frog Hollow Senators will be j ri inenihered as the only team which I was able to defeat the famous 3 925 All-Plainv llle eleven, which swept I through some of the hist teams of the stale and upset Ihe state cham I pionship hopes of Ihe New Britain i Hangers. The Senators and the lo- HIS FRIENDS ( A LITTLE AORMfY WM I AiO, 774ATS too fV i f I cals have always been rivals but on j the friendliest of terms, and a keen ly contested game Is expected. The South Knda will practice at 7:30 o'clock this evening at Trum bull Held. Ruads Repaired During tho present week the se lectmen have had a number of roads in the west end repaired. The holes In the Broad. Bohemia, Church and Washington street pavements have been patched up, and the selectmen plan to go on with the other streets and put them all In shape. Ilnys Store lu Bristol Antonio Brancati of riainvillc has purchased a stationery and ci gar store at 35 Meadow street, Bris tol, from Antonio Diselleto of that city. Ilarko Graham Frederick W. Harke of 15 Laurel street and Miss Lillian E. Graham of Queen street, Southington, were married last Saturday, according to a marriage certificate returned to the town clerk's office here today. The ceremony was performed by Kcv. H. C Greensmith. Mr. Harke is the son of Gottlieb and Caroline Klinger Harke and is an assembler by trade. The bride is the daugh ter of Robert and Nellie Nash Gra ham. Hallowe'en Party WashingtomTrumbull circle, Co;it panions of the Forest, will hold i big event in the form of i Wallowed! party tomorrow evening I Toacup Social A teacup social under the auspices of the board of stewardesses of the A. M. E. X.ion church will be held this evening at the home of Mrs. Stellmaeher at. Hart's corner. For tune telling will be a feature of the evening, and refreshments will be served. Pytlilans' Oyster SupiM'r Pythian lodge will open its season tonight with an oyster stew supper in Odd Fellows' hall. After supper there will be a business moetlng at s o'clock, and then there will be a short entertainment. A report on an entertainment, and dance to be held next month is expected from the committee in charge of the af fair. Notes A daughter has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Warzocho of Atehe son street. No new eases of scarlet fever have been reported within the past few days and all dauger of an epidemic is believed past. There are two mild cases in town. CLUB MAY WITHDRAW OFFER TO AMUNDSEN l',xplorer May Lose Honor of Kc rcBing Medal of Honor in Xfw York New York, Oct. 2S (Pi pro posal to withdraw the offer of a medal to Uoald Amundsen because of his sudden departure from the country on the eve of presentation will be taken action on by the Fx plorers' club at the next meeting of (he directors on Nov. 11. George Palmer Putnam, publish er, who is one of the directors, ac knowledged today that such a pro posal would be considered at the meeting. Lee. Keediek, lecture man ager under whose auspices Amund sen was to have begun a several months tour next week, expressed the belief that the explorer would never come back. .Oter making an appointment to discuss his contract with Keediek and accepting an invitation to the dinner at which the medal was to he presented him Amundsen took ship for Norway with no more explana tion than telegrams to his manager and Ihe explorers that he was sorry he could not bo with them. In reply to wireless requests to explain his action Amundsen replied "Confer Keediek" but Keediek said he had no answer to tho riddle. A Herald Classified for vou. Ad will sell it strAndI PLAIMVILLE JIUIIAV OM.Y "The Rainmaker" .Jocky Roberts, (her riillnl Mm. Itnrei html him. hi in to stay niviiy, "Thf Hfilnnml.fr" Owner of mm! Th other iwl'l We how n dm- matte turn of rents ennble?. hirt war mn entire town rfom Are ami llHRiie. A tory that In r Mentation. SATWUMV ll'i nmre tlmn it cotlejr Mor.v. It' A h ii nut ii lllfi(f 1 1 iTi inn of ftithrr-lovc thot ou'H remember forever. "For The Love of Mike" Ulth flKS LYON and 10UI STF.KI.IMS 7WH KILLING!! VOTE CASEJJPIN COURT Third Selectman Demands First Place Willimnntic, (Jet. 2S tP The contest over the first selectman's o.lieo in Killingly, begun through a moderator ruling, reached Windham superior court today when counsel I for Aleott D. Sayles. democrat, de clared elected third selectman, ap peared to link that he be declared first selectman, a place awarded to John A. Gilbert, republican. Judge U P. Waldo Marvin ordered Sayhs to appear in court on November S to show cause for a recount of the votes. Tb claim was made that Sayles had loo more votes in town elec tion than Gilbert and also more ! Motes than Napoleon P. Gringras, republican, w ho was declared elect- j I ed as second .selectman. The do- j I eision rested with the moderator.' I Harry K. Back, as to the validity j of the marking of ballots. ! I On some ballot there was an x ' before Saylcs' name and the require- I intent was said to be a I to indi- ' eate choice for lirst s...tiiiiiui. i Sayles claimed that 7T.X ballots were marked for him as against. (;sr, for Gilbert but the moderator ruled that 1 Gilbert had a larger number of proper marker ballots under the law j In which the voter indicated his i choice for first selectman. However. ' the vote for Sayhs was sufficient to ! elect hint a selectman and be wa i declared in third place while' a ; fourth candidate lost. out. The court's action today was to Place upon Sayles Hi" burden of i proving it was necessary to have a recount. I Boxer One of Three Men Arrested in Boston Boston, Oct. 28 lP Three men. one of whom said he was "Babe" Willard. a Detroit pugilist, were held by police today pending an investigation of the finding of sin automatic pistol in an automobile. in which the nu n were riding !a i West Koxbury early this morning. The other two men gave their i names as Anthony liagosta of De troit and Alfred Noble of Provi dence, j Police stopped the ear. wdiich bore a Michigan license, and foun 1 the pistol in it. While Hi uuestioning the men another Michi gan automobile pa.ssed but sped away before police could halt it anil a few minutes later Ihe ofticers found a second pistol In the road way. Pugilist Sues Fern j beautiful Ann-man Mar I Kern An in German tilms. has bei n sin-d fer . divorce by Kurt I'ren.el. former middleweight boxing champion ot tb rniany. The actress annnunc- s she will light the suit, which charge." conduct unbecoming a wife. Ten Minus Five Equals Five ( TA3'. MJMEKS ) Z2 , J DID Woo ) 1- Bristol News BRIDGE COMPLETED ON JEROMEAVENUE Span Expected to Be Open Within Three Weeks CURVE IS ELIMINATED Building and Loan Association Re- elects Officers 1750 Scats at Cam. eo Theater Occupied on Open ing Mght. The nw Jerome avenue bridge ready for use in about three according to city officials. will hi ' w eeks, j The pouring of the cement was linished, yesterday by Contractor Cos J mo Yacea and it will be allowed to I s.-t for lhat period, in the meantime i the work of grading the approaches i lo the. bridge is being done and tnis I will be completed within a week. I Tho new bridge, which crosses j.Mme Brook just south of the old Yule homestead, fills a long required I need. The old structure, whlrh has i been In place for many years, had started to deteriorate so rapidly that its use was restricted to trucks of under two ton rapacity.. When Ihe new approach to the bridge from the south Is completed, a dangerous curve will also be, elim inated. The city acquired sufficient land some time ago to straighten out the highway at this point and the grade has also been reduced to a considerable exlent. The completion of this bridge also finishes Ihe concrete program of the chy until next, spring. To Onsen e Anniversary The Swedish Lutheran Lebanon church at 111 Steans street will ob serve its Hth anniversary this even ing. The speaker will be Itev. Ar thur o. lljeini of the. Knglish Luth nan church of Worcester. Mass.. a. I former pastor. Hev. . Johnson, lb" present Hennlng L. pastor, will preside. A musical program has been prepared for the occasion and re freshments will be served. The Swedish Lutheran Lebanon Congregation was formed in this citv on October 2. LSS7, with 6G com municant members. The church and parsonage were built in 1S01. The were!1"8''"' ""'n,,,r'rf(,liP consists of 229 ; cftoiiuunica.ms ami t.i cniioren. Bristol Building Loan Klectlon At a well attended adjourned mating of the share holders of the Bristol Building and Loan associa tion held last oveninc thp reoorts nf Ihe officers showing a very success- ful year were accepted, and the fol- i lowing directors were re-elected for la term of three years: limit If. h unk. Kugone Giammatteo, Dwight j II. Hall and Bay K. Linsley. I Following a discussion the share i holders adjourned and the board of jiiireelors re-eleeted the old officers as follows: President and treasur er, AValier K. Spicer: vice-presidents, Wallac e B. Crumb, Harry C. Barnes, d-higeiie ftia mnialteo, Hwight Hall and William K. Strolls; secretary, ! hay K. Linsley, Schools Closed Todjiy The high and public gramnier j schools of the city are closed today to permit teachers to attend the Slate Teachers' Convention, held in ! lartford. ; Lire Bon I'd Misetlnfr The regular monthly meeting of the board of tire commissioners will i be held at S o'clock this evening In i c-ily hall. Odd fellows to Meet I Kephen Terry lodge. 1. O. O. F., : w ill hold a meeting at ii o'clock this evening in Stephen Terry hall. Attachment IMaeHl An attachment of $4,000 has been , placed by Deputy Sheriff Joseph V. Jlarding on ' property of Kdward L. , and Mamie K. Huffy oil Broad street ; in an action brought by the Bristol 1 Trust Co.. executor of the estate of ;the late Jesse M. 'While. Attorney ! Noble . 1'ierce represents the plain i tiff. I Amateur Boiur Bouts ' A card of eight fast amateur bouts will be presented in Bed Men's hall Uhis evening under the auspices of i the Park Athletic club. Nick Christie of this city lias been matched against Joe Vartino of : Hartford at 1:15 pounds: Henry Bell, I colored, of Hartford, will exchange ! socks w ith Vie Carlson of Terryvillc: J.Mike Cavalleil of Bristol has been ! matched with Tony .Tulinno of Hart- ford, both weighing IIS pounds; and jin the 110 pound class Kniery Tay I lor of this city will tackle Micky j Lome of Hartford. Four other first- class attractions have heen arranged, i according lo Matchmaker Tommy i llinchliffe. Sparc Tire Stolen ; J.nnes Levins of Putnam street vi ported to the police . last evening that tic spare tire had been re j. loved from his ear while it was parked in Ihe rear of Malone court last night. Levins was attending the theater and did not notice his loss until late at night. Cniiicn Theater OprninR 01X,16or 7W3 STORE AAV "&y SAME ME" J A Mlc - lCLi fc-s-V-r-,. v. ' J AtG u s pat orr. V. w 7eiMT BY HCA SCHVKX tNC 77 J V Opening night of the CunM thea ter on Main street wu largely at tended last evening. . all the 1T6C seats being occupied wben the cur tain was raised. Charles T. Tread way, president of the Bristol hos pital, gave a short address prior tc the evening's performance and ex tended congratulations to the man agement and owners of the Colonial Theaters, Inc., oil their achievement in furnishing Bristol with a play house which compares favorably with the best theaters In New Eng land. He also thanked them on be half of the Boys' club, to whom the proceeds of last night's performance were donated to aid In the campaign for funds for a new home for that organization. Numbered amongst guests were Mayor John F. Wade and many city officials, leaders In the movie indus try and the theatrical world and representatives of newspapers. At the completion of the program. the management entertained a num ber of guests at a banquet and social gathering at the Elm Tree Inn In 1'armington. Firemen's Annual Concert Plans are under way for the an nual concert and dance of the Bris tol Firemen's Belief association, to be held Thnaksgivlng eve, November 23. ( aptain Morgan G. Farrell ot Host Co. No. 1 has been appointed chairman of the general committee and he will be assisted by the fol lowing: Captain 11. E. Ktttell and Lieutenant Wiliam Lamb of the Central station, Captain H. E. Rob erts and Lieutenant George Brennan ot Welch Fire Co.. Captain Albert Samuelson and Lieutenant Clarence Lysaaght of Hose Co. No. 2 and Lieutenant Bernard Fltzstmmons of Kngino Co. No. 1. Chief John H. Hr.yes will act in an advisory ca pacity to the committee. A concert will be rendered by the New Departure orchestra which will also furnish music for the dancing In the high school gymnasium. The re mainder of the program Is to be an nounced later. L. A., A. O. H. Flection At a meeting of the Ladles' Auxil iary, Ancient Order of Hibernians, held last evening. Mrs. Honora Budd was elected president. Other officers elected were: Vice-president, Mrs. Helen Morln: recording secretary. Mrs. A. H. Brown: financial secre tary, Mrs. Catherine McCuBker; treasurer, Mrs. Mary Corrigan: mis tress at arms, Mrs. Mary Cushner; sentinel, Mrs. Sarah Donnelly; chair man of standing committee, Mrs. Margaret Pove: chairman of Irish history, Mrs. Dora MacDonald. After the business meeting, a ao cial session was enjoyed and refresh ments were served. Case Nolled The case of Tatos Tartarian of 21 Divinity street, charged with breach of the. peace, was nolled by Assist ant Prosecuting Attorney Robert J. Stack today on payment of costs amounting to $5.80. Tartarian was arrested on Main street yesterday afternoon by Offi cer Joseph Strup after Mrs. Hannah I I'adahln of 2G Lawndale avenue had complained that he had made insult ing remarks to her. The accused was represented by Attorney How ard Mather. Few Days Ift Next Tuesday, November first, is the last date on which tax lists may lie filed with the board of assessors. After that date ten per cent will be added to the lists of delinquents. Mcdhurst Gets 15 Days For Peddling Heroin (Special to the Hemid) New York, Oct. 28. -Ralph Mcd hurst. who before his arrest In this city on a charge of selling heroin, resided in Rocky Hill, Conn., was sentenced in special sessions here today to 15 days' imprisonment. Medhurst's family lives in Rocky Hill. Medhurst was arrested Octo ber 14 at 183 South street by De tectives Addy and O'Reilly who said they bought heroin from him. TO SKLIj textile plant Fall River, Mass., Oct. The board of directors of the Chaee Mills were authorircd at the annual meeting today to sell two textile plants owned by the corporation In Burlington, Vt. The money realized will be used for Improvement of the mill property here. It Is un derstood the Burlington property, of value estimated at $436,879, Is al ready under option. -NOTE H would be Illegal to publlib tlila if not true. Getting Up Nights Itelieved for YV. H. 1 tan ham at M. A Healthy H! wider Works lntlm Only. V. H. lJunimm, BrownfUld. M.. : "I have suffered with bladder trouble 25 yearn Iveinff obliged to get up 4 or ft times nlRhily. Keller's Ltthliied Bnchu has relived that terrible Irritation and le?!re. V'lh I had found It years ago. Will talk or write to anyone." Llthiated Buchu acts on tha MadrAer a ej'som salts do on the bowet. Drives out fornln dopnalts and lessens exces sive aridity. This relieves the lrrltattos that caust-s "Wetting up nights." The tablets rout 2o earh at all drug ores. KtMlor laboratory, Mechanlcsbtirg, HOhlo, or lot-ally at the Fair Dept. Stora, Eyesight Specialist 327 MAIN ST. TEL. 1905 By BIcjsser IT AT FOR A DIME - llAlOC..'ir -