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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1SZS.
F i - .i -t 1 6 f flV'-' i SFfifE KE IN HREs fsixnimYiiiiRT .t Cornish. N. H.. May I persons, .two mother and thro ,1 children, were dead today and a U-year-old boy. would-be rescuer, was in aertoua condition after a fire 'awept through a one-room cabin ;'hora. here yeiterday. Kerosene used to start a Ore wai believed to . have eauaed the tragedy. Tho dead were: Mra. William Gib--I ton. t: her one year old daughter. Elisabeth Anne; MYs. William Tal bot. St; and her children. Pauline, T. and William, Jr., S. Robert Fec "tau. 15, a brother of Mra. Talbot, ;7waa dying at the Claremont Gen. 'eral hospital. Teung Feeleau, the only witness. Utold authorities that a short time after his sister and her children ha gone to viait the Gibaon family, ' which lived a short diatance from -the Talbot home, he aaw flames " bunting from the cabin. Running , to the building, he entered and tried '-to drag hia sister outside but his " clothing caught Are and he was 1 forced to drop her. A kerosene can found In the ruins 7; was the only clue to the probable cause of the Are, s" Tho cubin and the Talbot home '' wero half a, mile from any other houses and the blazing cabin was - reduced to ashes when assistance ar 'rived. Dr. F. E. Glaggett. medical "eiamlntr of, Newport. Vt.. viewed - tho bodies. ' : NAIR TO CENSOR BILLS . Aldcmwa Decides to Inspect State menU Against City Before Pay ments are Made hj Comptroller. T" Criticism of the .practice of dis counting bills against the city, made n Mayor Faonessa'e message to the --common council, prompted Alder man David L. Nair, finance commit tee chairman, to inaugurate a new requirement effective today. Here after, the comptroller will pay no ji.inti hllla until they have been - reviewed by Alderman Nair and '". have his approval. He will retain for finance committee action, any bill on whjch there Is a queation. The . practice hereioiore hm "-s- which allowed any creditor of the 7"clty to obtain settlement of his bill in advance of common council meet ings, by taking a small discount. 7 Stocks Pond With Fish, Marauders Take Them Walter Karvls of 14 Gold street V complained to Captain Kelly at po .'. lice headquarters today that a small pond in his yard which he had " Blocked with Ash waa visited during "last night and all the flah taken. He tfoga barUpa; about 2 tfclocfc ' Uj- mornlag and he beUeved, , the. "Sen thieves were on the premises at ,- that time. "READ HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS 7 FOR BEST RESULTS City Advertisement . GASOLINE STATION HEARING ,;. Notice Is hereby given that a . hearing will be held in the Office of the Board of Public Works at 6:30 p. m. E. 8. T., Tuesday, May 2th, relative to the application of -'the Suburban Filling Station for ap proval of application for permit for gasoline filling station to be located at 1U1 Stanley Street, (on site of present station), in accordance with the Public Acts of 1927, and tor the installation of one additional pump. - All persons interested are request ed to be present at said hearing, if , they see musc. and be heard in re- lation to the above. A. M. PAONE8SA, Mayor. POOR PA BT CLAUDE CAIXAN "Ma's still mad because I said the beans was scorched. That's the second time since supper that she's slapped Junior for almost nothin'." Oevrrtght III. Publlehers Syndicate) Before buying your future home let us show you some of our de sirable listings. 5 For Qsick Reteres Use Herald Classified Ads. WHO IS HE? In . Doris Nelson of S4 Chapman street, gets the dollar for guessing the silhouette of Krank Vibberts of the New Britain Trust Co. and of the Burnt t Mutual' Savings bank. The editor is sorry that she didn't mention that Ave per cent interest now being dished out to the deposi tors of the Burritt, but he's going to put over the idea by telling Miss Nelson that if she promises to put the money in the Burritt Savings bank it will be $5 instead of one. Maybe she has an account there, but that goes just the saine, if she will put the money in that bank. Here's the prize winning letter: In Wednesday's Herald we rec ognized a very popular and most es teemed citizen, Mr. Frank G. Vib berts of Sunnyledge. He has achieved great success as a banker, and is connected with the Burritt Mutual Savings bank and also the New Britain Trust Co. Who is the dapper young man to night? The last time the editor saw him he was wearing a straw hat in stead of a derby but that doesn't make an awful lot of difference. The editor could guy him all night and he wouldn't get angry, for hia business is going ahead at a great clip and well it might, for you can get some awfully nice things there. You can drop in anytime and get a free slgarette, all lit and every thing, if you run low on tobacco money. It's hard to inform him on anything from a style standpoint. but the editor went to sleep in his clothes last night, so he dropped in there (not to get a cigarette) this A. M. and showed him all the latest wrinkles. Now if you can't guess him, ring for Louis, he'll know him. if thst hint will suit you better. If the shoe fits you, put it on. , RULES OF SILHOUETTE CONTEST I. Identify likeness. J. Describe how he makes liveli hood 1. Address communications to "Silhouette" Editor. New Britain Herald 4. Contest closes at Z p. m. rol. lowing Insertion Saturday 10 a. m. ', 5. Answers may be mailed or brought to the Herald office. (.Credit given for neatness. 7, One dollar awarded daily for best answer according to rules. I No telephone guesses. Stanley Works Creditor Of Bankrupt Company New York. May 16 The Stanley Works of New Britain, Conn., is listed as a creditor holding an un secured claim for 13,314 in the schedule In bankruptcy filed in fed schedule in bankruptcy filed in feder descent Supply company, West Broadway, New York. The schedule was signed by 3arnet Newland, president, and filed by the attorneys, Leight and Neckritz. The alleged bankrupt lists its to tal liabilities at $244,120. of which $151,864 is unsecured, and asrets at $260,901. AUNT HET ET ROBERT QtTiLLEN "I don't lose my temper much, but I don't want no policeman holdin' me up when I've left a cake in the oven." (Copyright ia:i. Publishers Srodlraf) V .i I COMMERCIAL I I COMMNY I INSUIANCt M ?i REAL EST ATI f" II Tel. 6000 ASPARAGUS WORTH S3c COSTS 138.19 IN COURT East Harea Mam Who Stole' Bunch From Store Fined SIS and Costs Alfred Bombrianz. 22, of 458 East Main street. East Haven, pleaded guilty in police court today to the charge of theft of a bunch of as. paragus from the A. & P. store at 441 Arch street, and was fined tit and costs, amounting to t2S.lt. Ed ward J. x Fortier, manager of tha store, testified, that the cost of the asparagus yesterday Was 21 cents, and he did not know what it would be today. Bombrianz testified that he has been employed by a local truckman for about a year and his job was to deliver bread to the A. & P. stores in the morning. Officer Anthony Mllewtkt aaw him take the aspara gus and arrested him this morning. yesterday, five oranges were miss ing from the store, according to the manager. Bombrianz in reply to Judge Saxe, said he is married and was never arrested before. Before passing judgment. Judge Saxe had Proba tion Officer Connolly check up on his record and it was learned that he waa well regarded by hia employ er and so far as was known, he had never before been in trouble with the law. Opposes Threatening To Discipline Child "Fear is the worst enemy of men tal hygiene," stated Miss Heater Crutcher of, New Haven, executive secretary of the Connecticut society of Mental Hygiene, speaking to the Mothers' club of the M. E. church last evening. She cautioned mothers not to use fear as a method of discipline as it inhibits and handi caps. Miss Crltcher said that a child feels the lack of security when its mother threatens and neglects to carry It out and at another time threatens and does carry It out. Wrong training leads to a fear of in adequacy that troubles many an adult. The British army during the war used 37,000,000 11-pound shells. COFFIELD TIRE PROTECTORS If you knew that it meant Double mileage; elimination of 95 of your present tire troubles no more bruises, rim- puts, punctures, blowouts, therefore more comfortable riding. . Ability to wear your tires right down to the last ply of fabric, (Coffield protectors are endorsed and highly recom mended by taxicab companies and other commercial car owners, whose tires are subjected to hard every day use.) Would You Be btemted? If so, nil out the attached blank and mail it to us, for full particulars. No obligation. I NEW BRITAIN COFFIELD TIRE PROTECTOR CO. , 30 Lincoln Street, Clly I Gentlemen: j Without any obligation on my part whatever, kindly mail me full particulars. NAME ADDRESS Cord NEW BRITAIN COFFIELD TIRE PROTECTOR CO; 20 LINCOLN STREET JUST KIDS MY POP IS GlTTlN' .better QUICK FCOM HtS -AH' HE'LL OON WORK AN' DO POUY AND HER ltAlLY60rT4 HAvJDUTOWW! ITS MARVELOUS WOT A B4Bt? FROCK HAS DOME- WR City Items Muller'a new . Mark Twain cigar. 10c advt. Annual Elks' May Dance and En. tertainment May 21, at The Paragon advt. , ..,.': The annual' graduating exercises of the New Britain General hospital training school will be held next Thursday evening. Muller'a "new Mark Twain cigar, 10c advt. " r ' " '. Blossom's Corner. Iris Gardens now have ready for transplanting canterbury ' bells, painted daisies and phlox, St Farming-ton Ave., Plainville, Conn.-advt. Annual Elks' May Dance and En tertainment, May St, at The Paragon advt. - , Mr. and Mra. Frederick H. Hill of IS Winthrop street, returned home from Boston Monday after visiting their daughter who is a student at Boston university. Mr. and Mrs. William H. MacKay and daughter. Wllma, of . Jackson Heights, Long Island,. returned home today after spending several days aa the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Achenback of High street. Groman Forfeits Bond, Breaks Pledge to Wife Frank Groman of New Haven, who promised in police court a few weeks ago that he would provide a home for his wife In New Haven if she would live with him, to which she agreed, has not kept the promise, it waa said in police court today by Probation Officer E. C. Connolly, and a 1100 bond waa declared forfeited. Groman will be arrested and brought into court for non-support. Assist ant Prosecuting Attorney W. M. Greensteln said. Mr. Connolly had a letter which Groman's wife turned over to him but nobody in court could translate it. Mrs. Groman said her husband wrote that be was leaving the coun try May 28. He and his wife have been separated fbr some time, she living in New Britain while he lives In New Haven. John Romano, 60. of 121 Whiting street, was in court ready to an swer to the charge of breach of the peace, but his wife and son and daughter, who were to be state's witnesses, were not present. Attor ney Angela M. Lacava, representing Romano, told the court the trouble flat tires less air pressure, 1 1 l ,e Balloon Tire' J NEW BRITAIN e uttcc BROKEN LEG riu.es, -i BE GOIN' To itc my tut VUH KNOW WHAT THEN EUCALYPTUS? P p. PALS F Bce COLNTf? AffOUfclD ODUSiM TJO&StfT DEL 1 FALL FOR HEr KNOW Hfc'S A WET BOUGHT smack: AM JtWELRV.' T as of a dotoestie nature and seemed to have been settled. . Sergeant Fee- nty aald . he ... asnt Romano's eon heme before court to return with the ther: witnesses but, nothing mora waa heard from him. On recommendation of Mr. Green steln. a continuance vntil tomorrow was ordered to Investigate the reason for the failure of. the witnesses to bo In court. ' , '."... EAST RERUN ROT STRUCK Raymond Rich, nine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Rich of East Ber lin waa struck this morning by car owned and operated by Stanley Leon of S4 Union street, this city. The boy was not Injured to any ex tent. Constable William Cole of East Berlin investigated and found no cause for 'arrest, V. It la claimed by Leon that the boy Tan across the street directly in front of the car. . USED. CARS Biggest Used Or Sale In Town ! low Prices STUDEBAKERS 1I2( STANDARD Sedan 12I DICTATOR Coach 1928 COMMANDER Sedan 1S27 DICTATOR Coach 1927 COMMANDER Victoria 1925 BIG SIX Coach 1925 SPECIAL 8IX Sedan 1925 LIGHT SIX Sedan 1924 CLUB Coupe 1921 LIGHT 8IX Sedan 1922 SPECIAL SIX Roadster 1929 ERSKINE Cabriolet OTHER MAKES 192 PACKARD Six Victoria 192( JORDAN Eight Brougham 1927 OLD8M0BILE Coach 1127 CHRYSLER SO Coach 1925 MOON Sedan 1921 HUDSON Coach 1924 REO 1 Ton Truck All to Be Sold With the Famous Studebaker Pledge LONG TERMS TRADES LOW PAYMENTS Albro Motor Sales 225 Arch St. ,' Tel. 260 Open Evenings Elmer Automobile Go. If saving1 money and get ting value is your object then don't fail to see these cars. 1928 WHIPPET 4 Sedan 1927 WHIPPET 4 Coach 1924 STUDEBAKER Tour. 1925 ESSEX Coach 1924 BUICK 4 Coupe 4 Pass. Model EXTRA SPECIAL FORD TUDOR $150 Four More Cars 550 to ?150 See Them At OUR USED CAR DEPARTMENT 10 West Pearl Street - Near Arch Street Or 22 Main Street Open Evenings Tel. 1511 QfflDO) 000 0a THEN I AIMT GONNA wai MIND VOU NO MORE- tu amikil see- i-r PLAYIN' BASEBALL an' OXINGS ! , nit, mg fVofrei irlitete. It. Crtet SrSeia rigWe weotvos, "Blowing" the Doys to An Airing vajots that PRtrry chaw )i KJ&CK, j iJI - UrSi I FMw'D M?J sTa PvlnV THEATRBS.TAWSAr4 YL" ALLUS OLVSHTTA HAVE) S I ; .O I YITtV 1-SeCH LIKE. 'C-ALlStVsr V A SHOt'HORUl I r iaCe rinc.t.. TMEV HURTS ME .J "VV-- HANJTSVy 1 1 H. V, Cao Tendered aJimier Iqr mauM Twelve znenas of . Hereon v. Camp, who will be married, Hay 21 to Mia Blanche K. Lawtos of Hart ford, tendered htm a bachelor din ner at the Heubtein hotel in Hart ford last evening. Rev, William H. Algernon was toast master. - A carafe set waa presented to Mr. Camp by his frienda. 1. M. Burdtck made the presentation" speech. USED CARS Drive a Better USED CAR! JUST AS EAST TO OWN MORE ECONOMICAL TO OPER ATE AND GIVES TOU AND TOUR FAMILY LONG LASTING SERVICE AND ENJOYMENT. Patterson-Chevrolet MakexThis Possible At Very Low Prices FOR EXAMPLE "With an O. K. that Counts" 192S CHEVROLET Sedan 1928 CHEVROLET Coupe 1927 CHEVROLET Imperial 1926 CHEVROLET Coach 1926 CHEVROLET Coupe 1925 CHEVROLET Coach 1925 CHEVROLET Sedan 1925 CHEVROLET Touring 1925 CHEVROLET Road. 1927 STUDEBAKER Coupe 1927 DODGE Coupe 1926 FORD Coupe 1925 FORD Coupe 1926 FORD Roadster 1925 FORD Tudor 1925 FORD Tounntr Truck Buyers 1927 CHEVROLET Panel 1927 DODGE Ton Canopy 1925 GRAHAM Stake 1925 DODGE Panel TERMS and TRADES Patterson-Chevrolet Incorporated 1141 Stanley St. Tel. 211 Open Evenings and Sundays The Used Cars Listed Below Are to Be Had For a Small Down Payment and They All Carry Our 30 Day Guarantee FORDS! 1 FORDS! 1929 Sport Coupe Dem. 1928 Model A Coach 1927 Tudor Sedan 1926 Tudor Sedan 1926 Tudor Coupe TRUCK BUYERS 1928 Chevrolet Dump Truck Run only 3,000 miles, dual rear wheels, in perfect condition. $450 Takes It 1927 Ford Stake, $140 Give us a call and we will be pleased to demonstrate any 'of the above cars. Automotive Sales & Service Co. 86 ARCH STREET 243 ELM STREET Used Car Dept. Phone 2700 ft nAlrJtSI 1 1 HASTA TAKE THESE, Mfcw SHOH 1 M6 kvl' UNCLE- S'lT " " I OFF PRETTY OFTEnJ, F1G6ERED THAT lb USED CARS A CAR For $39 or $95 NOTHING MORE TO PAY! National Used Car Week For Essex Dealers Permit us aa' local Essex deal. era to oSer you them excellent used ears at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Don't Fail to See Them Studebaker Touring $39 Ford Sedan $89 Hupmobile Touring ... $39 Chevrolet Sedan . , , ... $89 Essex Coach . . ..... $89 Essex Touring ....... $39 Studebaker Touring ... $39 Chevrolet "Touring ... $39 Buick Coupe . . . . . . ... $39 Liberty Touring ..... f $39 Ford Coupe $39 Hudson Touring . , . . . . $89 Nash Coupe - $95 Chevrolet Touring .... $95 Essex Coach ......... $95 Nash Coupe .......... $95 Essex Coach $95 Cleveland Touring .... $95 Dodge Sedan , $95 Buick Touring $95 Hudson Coach , $95 The Honeyman Auto Sales 200 EAST MAIN STREET Open Evenings Telephone 2542 USED TRUCKS 1928 Graham 1 Ton Panel 1928 Chevrolet 1 Ton Panel 1927 Dodge Ton Panel 1926 Dodge Ton Screen 1925 Chevrolet Panel 1927 Ford 1 Ton Dump 1926 Dodge Ton Panel 1924 Dodge Suburban OPEN EVENINGS Terms and Trades S. & F. Motor Sales 1129 Stanley St. Tel. 731 At Court ( Probst hold.it st New Britain, witlils and far the District ef Berlin, is the County of Hartford end Stete of Connecticut, on the 16th day ef May, A. O. lilt. Present, Bernard F. Gslrney, Judse. Estets of Luriuo Albert Merrill, lete of New Btitsln in esld district deceased. Upon the Petition ef Sophronla B. Rich, ef Newton, Mase., Tresa N. E. Branch women's Foreign Mlesiensrr So ciety ef the Methodist Episcopal Church, preying thst sn instrument in writing purporting to be the laet will end testa ment and codicil of said deceaeed may bo proved, approved and admitted to pro. bate, ae per application on ftle more fully spsears. It le ORDERED that said application be heard and determined at tho Probate Of See, in New Britain is eaid district, on the 22nd dev of May, A. D. at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, d. a t., and that notice be given of the pendency of eald application and the time and place of hearing thereon, by publishing- this order In eome newspaper published in eald Now Britain having a circulation in aid Dietrict, and by posting a copy there of, on the public sign poet In the town of New Britain 'in said District, and by mailing a copy of thle order to all heire et law and return .meke. BERNARD F. GAFFNET, Judge. Mush Hasn't Even a ill miss you myseu- eucALYFrusu By JUST TO THINK OP A 15. I HE -MAN LIKE ME eSlTTIM g eNTlMENTAU OVE ' A . THE HERALD CLASSIFIED AOS Alpaasetlealr Arranged tar Qafek sad Xeaay IMereaeo -UNI RATM . far CONSICUTlVn INSBRTIOirS t ear ...l km t eaye...t Use , .1 .14 I oaya...! line , .s; ; . au Cheat verse tm a Use. . . 14 Usee to aa Inch. MtmisH asses 11 MS. sflalaw Seek charge. M seats. The Herald will a se iisusasrMs far errete alter tee Sjst isssrtlsa ADVSRTISIKQ FOIt' THIS SUCTION MUST BE ORDERED BFORK 11:1 P. M. DAILY AND t:tt SATURDAY. USED CARS Dollar For Dollar Value At r ' CASHIN'S DEPENDABLE USED CARS 1921 CHEVB.OT.ltTI.lv rnii lltSt PONTIAC SEDAN 1IZI BUICK SPT. COUPE 1121 PONTiar! sninmcs 1121 CHRYSLER SEDAN I ill WHIPPET ROADSTER 1127 HUDSON BROUGHAM 12T HUPMOBILE COUPE 12T CHEVROLET COUPE 12T CHEVROLET LAN. SEDAN AND MANX OTHERS V TRADES LONO EASY TERMS CASHIN'S INC. M ARCH ST. TEL. (491 Open Evenings and Sunday Used Trucks AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES 1926 Red Speedwagon $500 Express Body. 1925 Reo Speedwagon $400 Rack Body. 1925 Reo Speedwagon $300 Express Body 1927 Yellow Knight . $350 one Ton Truck . 1925 Reo Speedwagon Platform Body ' . A good buy at . . $500 We Also Have Many GOOD USED CARS TERMS and TRADES Reo Sales & Service Cor. Elm and Park Sts. Telephone J1J . .. USED CARS "With an O. K. that Counts" GUARANTEED BY Patterson-Chevrolet Incorporated 1141 Stanley St. Tel. 211 Open Evenings GOOD USED FUR I IS REMARKABLY LOW PRICED Xttt FORD -A" TOURINO rORDOR 12 FOR1J TON TRUCK l!2i FORK OPEN EXP. TntlCIC BERLIN AUTO SALES CO BERLIN. CONN. TEUIItt Callous On His Feet CUFF STERRETT 1 .it. r a