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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1930.
17. BERGIN SELECTED ; MINORITYLEADER Lawyer to Head Democrats G. 0. P. Plans Caucus New Haven, Dec. 31 (UP) Frank S. Bergin, New Haven law yer, has been chosen at a caucus of democratic state senators to lead the minority in the general assembly for el second consecutive session. Choice of Bergin was unanimous tvhen 14 to the 15 democratic sena tors voted here last night The senators were reported to have mapped out a "militant' pro gram and will demand equal repre sentation with the republican ma jority on important committees, it was said. Democratic state representatives will hold a caucus at the capitol January 6. Hartford, Dec. 31 (UP) Chair wan J. Henry Roraback of the re publican state central committee has issued a call for a caucus of re publican members of the incoming legislature, to meet at the capitol January 6. Senator Albert K. Lav ery of Fairfield is slated to become president pro tempore of the state senate and J. Frederick Baker of New Haven to be reappointed senate clerk. Former Publisher Dies In California Hospital Los Angeles, Dec. 31 UP) William T. Arkpll. fnrmpr nlihlishis rf Tsc- lie's Weekly and Judge and a prom inent sportsman of the 90's, died In a. hospital here yesterday after a long Illness. He was 72 years old. Arkell sold his magazines in 1905 and 10 years ago came to Califor nia from New York for his health. He became head of the G. Wash ington Coffee Company and also had extensive mining interests in Mon tana and Nevada. During his residence in New Tork he maintained a large racing stable and was identified with numerous sport enterprises. His friends said he once won a wager of ? 150,000 on a single horse race. He will be buried next Tuesday at Canajoharie, N. Y., which was his birthplace. QUAKE FFXT IX ITALY Avellino, Italy, Dec. 3 (A3) A strong earthquake was felt during the night at San Sossio Baronia. It toppled over several houses which were cracked in the July 23 disaster. Several small tires were started in other building by short circuits. The shock was felt at Monteverde, Cali tri, and Aquilonia. but it was very slight here. LIMITATION OF CLAIMS At ft Court of Probate holden at New Bi itain, within and for the District of Berlin in the County of Hartford and State of Connecticut, on the 30th day of December, A. D. 1S30. Present, Bernard F. Gaffney, Esq., Judge, on mot tun of Tefcla Basaen oi eid New Britain as Administratrix on : lie Estate of Franciazek Bastfn, late of New Britain within aaid district de based, This Court doth decree that six months be a'lowed and limited tor the creditors nf said estate to exhibit their rUtima ftKain.'ft the same to the Administratrix and directs that public notice be given of this order by advertising in a news paper published in said New Britain, and having a circulation in aaid district, and by pofttng a copy thereof on the public sign post in said Town of New Britain uearest the place where the deceased last dwelt. Certified from Record, BERNARD K. GAFFNEY. Judge. ORDER OF NOTICE District of Pliiinviiie, ss. Probate Court, December 29, A. U. 1930. Eetato of Olga Konande.r, latti o Plainville in Haid District, deceased. Vpuii the application of J. E. Klingberg praying that an instrument in writing purporting to be the last will and tes tament of said Olga Bonander, deceased, may be proved, approved, allowed and admitted to probate aa per application gn tile more lulty appears, It is Ordered, That said application be heard and determined at the Probate Office in I'lainville In said District, on tiie 7th day o January, A. D. 1931, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon; and that a public no ilee be given of the pendency of sa'd application and time and place of hear ing thereon, by ubhshing a copy of this ider om-t! in a newspaper hating i Ir- illation m said Ois-trict. and by porting a copy thereof on the public signpost m the town of Plainville in said Districr, at lea.-t fi a days before said day oi Hearing. MERUIT O. RYDER, Judge. ORDER OF NOTICE OF HKARLNU District of Berlin, ss; Probate Court, Jjecember 3uth, A. D. 1330. Estate of Isabella Conneli, late of the town of New Britain in said district, (deceased. Upon the application of John A. Eind r.y praying that as executor he may ba authorized and empowered to mortgage rtain real estate as per said applica tion on file more fully appears, it is Ordered, That said application be heard ruid determined at the Probate Office, n Kew Britain, in aaid district, on the 5th day of January, A. D. 1931, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon and that notice be given u( tiit pttiden-y of said application and Hie time and place of hearing thereon, Uy publishing this order in some news paper having a circulation in said dis trict, and by pesting a copy of this order n the public sign-post in the town of New Britain in said district, and by giv ing notice to all parties in interest, either personally or by mailing tc each cue, prepaid postage, a copy of this order, and return make to this Court of the nuthe given. BERNARD T. GAFFNET, Judge. ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING District of Berlin, sk; Probate Court, De.. ember 30, A. D. 1930. Kbtaty of Mary Council, late of the town of New Britain in said district, dts leaF. rj. Upon the application of John A. Lind say praying that as administrator, he n,;iy bo authorized and empowered to mortgage certain real estate as per said plication on file more fully appear U in .:dered. That said application be heard and determined at the Probate Office, In Kew Britain, in said district, on the Sth day ot January, A. D. 1931, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon and that notice be given of the pendancy of said application and t lie time and pla e of hearing thereon, l,y publishing this order In some news-pitp'-r having a circulation in said dis tnct. and by posting a copy of this order oil the public si un -post In the town of Nw Britain in said district, and by giv ing notice to all parties in interest, either personally or by mailing to each mi p. prepaid postage, a ropy of th'B r-rder, and return make to this Court of the noti' e given. BERNARD F. GAFFMEY, Judge. Rental Ads Tell City Items Miss flary Cullum of East Main street and Miss Violet Russell of Hurlburt street have left with friends for New York city where they will spend the holidays. Rose B. Osipowicz of S Barnes street and Alfred G. Gosselin of the same address have applied for a marriage license at the office of the city clerk. The prospective bride is J 6 years of age and it was neces sary to obtain the sanction of her parents. The officers of Stella Rebekah lodge will be installed by the dis trict deputy president, Mrs. Kath erine Richards of Plainville and staff Friday evening. Supper will be served at 6:30 o'clock. The officers of A. G. Hammond Auxiliary, U. S. W. V. will meet at the state armory Sunday afternoon, January 4, at 2 o'clock, for rehears al. Mrs. George Margentino of 23 Seymour street left this morning to spend a week in New York City and a week in New Jersey. Miss Catherine Riiey of Washing ton street and Misses Margaret and Anna Conley of Beaver street are spending the holidays in New York. Masses will bo celebrated at St. Andrew's church tomorrow morn ing at 5:30, 7, 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock. The last will be a high mass wit'i benediction of the blessed sacra ment following. Ralph Gidno, proprietor of a pool room at 367 Church street, report ed to police yesterday that he had been assaulted by a youth who fre quents the place. The report was turned over to the policeman on the beat for investigation. Misses Freda and nno Rosen thal of Maple Hill are spending New Year's in New York. A still alarm for a rubbish fire in the rear of the Mag-Bf.-rkowitz building at 30S Main street at 1:0S this morning was answered by headquarters hose company. The blaze was extinguished with no property damage. Fred Reans of 33 I.inwood street was aided to his home by Police man William Cronin last night shortly before 11 o'clock after lje had fallen on the sidewalk in front of 51 Linwood street. The police man reported that he had received a badly injured leg as the result of his fall. UMJTATION OF CLAIMS At a Court of Probate Itolden at New Britain within and for the District of Berlin, in the County ot Hartford and State of Connecticut, on the 3uth day of December, A. D. 1930. j Present, Bernard F. Gaffney. Esq.. Judge, On motion of John A. Lindsay of I said New Britain as Kxecutor of the last ; will and testament of Isabella Conneli, late of New Britain within said district deceased. This Court doth decree that six months : be allowed and limited f. r the creditors I of saia estate to exhhdt their rial ins j against the same to the Executor and , directs that public notice be given of 1 this oidw by advertising in a newspaper , published in said New Britain and hav ing a circulation in said district, and ty posting a copy thereof on the public sign post m said town of New Britain near est the place where the deceased lait dwelt and return make. Certified from Ttecord. BERNARD F. GAFFNEY, Judge. City Advertisement GASOLINE STATION" HEARING Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be hold in the Office of the Board o Public Works at 7:SU j I'. M., Monday, January 1-th. l'J'-il relativu to the application of the Standard Oil Co. of .V Y., for ap proval of four additional pumps at No. 4 8 Franklin Square. AU persons interested are request ed to be present at said hearing-, if they fee cause, and be heard in rela tion to the above. GEORGE A. QCIGLEY, Mayor Herald Classified Ad Headings Announcements 1 BURIAL, LOTS. MONUMENTS 2 DEATH NOTICES 3 FLORISTS 3- A LANDSCAPE GARDENING 4 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 6 LOST AND FOUND 6 PERSONALS J STORE ANNOUNCEMENTS Automotive 8 AUTO AND TRUCK AOFVCTES 9 AUTOS AND TRUCKS FOR SALB 10 AUTOMOBILES FOR EXCHANGE 11 AUTO PARTS AND ACCESSORIES 12 AUTOMOBILES WANTED 13 AUTOS TAXI SERVICE 14 GARAGES TO LET 15 MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES 16 MOTORCYCLES-BICYCLES WANTEi 17 SERVICE STATIONS REPAIRING Ruslness Service IS BARBERS, HAIRD'S, MASSEUSE 19 BUILDING AND CONTRACT 20 BUSINESS SERVICE RENDERED SKIPPY Many Rent Signs Reach Few -DENTISTS -DRESSMAKING & MILLINERY -DYEING & CLEANING -INSURANCE ALL KINDS -LAWYERS PATENT ATTORNEYS -PROFESSIONAL SERVICES -MOVING. STORING & CRATING -PLUMBING. HEAT'G. METAL WORK -PKINrCJ. JOBB'G, STATIONERY I Educational I 32 REPAIRING 32 A PIANO TUNINO 33 WANTED TO RENDER SERVICE 34 CORRESPONDENCE COURSES 35 DANCING TEACHERS 38 INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL 37 LOCAL & PRIVATE INSTRUCTOR 38 WANTED INSTRUCTORS Employment 40 HELP AGENTS WANTED 40 A HELP SALESMEN WANTED 41 HELP MEN WANTED 42 HELP WOMEN WANTED 43 HELP MEN OR WOMEN 44 SITUATIONS WANTED MEN 43 SITUATIONS WANTED WOMEN 46 BU8INESS OPPORTUNITIES 47 INVESTMENTS. STOCKS, BONDS 45 MONEY LOANED 4 S-B MORTGAGES 43 WANTED TO BORROW IAxe Stock 50 CATTLE AND LIVE STOCK 51 DOGS. CATS. PETS 52 EGGS. POULTRY SUPPLIES 53 HORSES, VEHICLES 54 WANTED LIVE STOCK 66 BUILDING MATERIALS Merchandise 55 B-FOR THE VACATIONIST 55 ARTICLES FOR SALE 67 BUSINESS & OFFICE EQUIPMENT 58 FA RM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS 59 FEED AND FUEL 60 FERTILIZERS. SF.EDS, PLANTS 61 FOOTWEAR AND CLOTHING 62 GOOD THINGS TO EAT 6J HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES 64 MACHINERY. ELEC. & TOOLS 65 MERCHANDISE AT THE STORES 66 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 66 B RADIO 67 WATCHES. DIAMONDS. JEWELRY 68 WANTED. ARTICLES TO BUY Real Estate for Rent 69 APARTMENTS & TENEMENTS 70 BUSINESS PLACES FOR RENT 71 DESK ROOM AND OFFICES 72 FARMS FOR RENT 73 HOUSES FOR RENT 74 SUBURBAN FOR RENT 75 VACATION PLACES FOR RENT 76 WAREHOUSES & STORAGE 77 WANTED TO RENT Real Estate for Sale 7S AGENTS REAL ESTATE 79 AUCTIONEERS SO BLDG. & BUSINESS PROPERTY 81 BUILDING LOTS FOR HALE S3 FARMS FOR SALE S3 HOUSES FOR SALE 84 SUMMER PLACES FOR 8 ALB 85 SUBURBAN FOR SALE 86 REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE 87 REAL ESTATE WANTED Rooms, Board and Hotels 88 HOTELS 89 ROOMS FOR RENT 90 ROOMS AND BOARD HI ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING 92 WHERE TO DINE 93 BOARD AND ROOM WANTED USED CARS LESS THAN y2 PRICE 1929 Willys-Knight Sedans Two to select from. Models 70-B. Maroon color. Like 1929,eVillys-Knight Sedan Great Six. Modi'l CC-A. Tan color. Displayed on our main showroom floor. Added Special NASH VICTORIA COUPE Late Modei Advanced Six You Can't Beat This Price $375 The Host Complete Line of USED CARS In the City at Low Prices BELOIN MOTOR SALES 123 CHURCH ST. Opp. R. R. Station FREE MARKERS ! If you buy any one of these cars we give you free a set of 1931 markers. 1930 BUCK C( e 1929 AUBURN Con. Coupe 1928 ESSEX Sedan 1928 BUICK Sedan 1928 NASH Sedan 1927 BUICK Sedan 1930 FORD Coupe MANY OTHERS All in First Class Condition TERMS and TRADES NEW BRITAIN BUICK CO. 1139 STANLEY ST. Tel. -Gu7 Open Evenings IZ3I 1930 w Open up and welcome the many opportunities that are offered daily in these Classified Ads or the Herald. Whether it's renting rooms, sell ing used merchandise, recovering lost articles, securing help or finding jobs . . . you'll find these little helpmates on the job. Use them for profit. Classified Section CLASSIFIED AD THE HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS Alphabetically Arranged for Quick and Ready Reference LINE RATES for CONSECUTIVE INSERTIONS Charge Prepaia 1 day ...1 line .13 .10 3 days. . .1 Un .27 .24 8 days. ..1 Una .43 ,4 2 Count 8 words to a line. 14 lines to an Inch. Minimum space 3 lines. Minimum Book charge 38 cents. The Herald will not be responsible for errore after the first Insertion. ADVERTISING FOR THTF SECTION MUST BE ORDERED BEFORE 12:30 P. M. DAILY AND 9:30 SATURDAY. ANNOUNCEMENTS Florists CLl flowers and potted plants at reason able prices. Sandelli'a Greenhouse. 226 Oak Street. Telephone 21S1-K. Lost and Found 5 BROWN tur liiif-d kid fclove lost Wed netfday night nn Main iji. Kinder please rOLI'-E pup lo.i. No c months old. Suitable or call at 74 Forest .liar. Al reward. i-ut three Tel. 374, USED CARS START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT With a Dependable USED CAR From Cashin's FINEST AND LARGEST SELEC TION TO CHOOSE FROM Down Pay't 1 930 Stutlebaker Sedan ... $135 1 830 Buk-k Sedan S 1 S 5 1'jS9 Dodge D. A. Sedan .. $175 VJi'J Dodge Vic. Sedan ... $155 l'j-3 Oakland Coupe $145 Durant Sedan $125 1929 Fontiac Cabriolet .... $135 1 32 9 Pontiac Coach $140 192 9 Ford Sedan $110 1929 Chevrolet Cabriolet .. $125 192S Buick Coach $143 1928 Hupmobile Roadster $115 192S Chevrolet Coupe .... i 75 192$ Kord Coupe $ 7 1927 Oldsmobilc Sedan ... $ 65 1 927 Pontiac Sedan S BO MANY OTHERS Trades Terms Cash CASHIN'S S6 ARCH ST. TEL. C07S Open Evenings and Sundays r -J r. n Here is a Chance to Buy at a LOW FIGURE 1929 Packard Sedan Seven passenger model, tire mountings on side, small mileage. Cannot be told from a new tar. NEW BRITAIN BUICK CO. 1139 STANLEY ST. Tt-l. 1'607 Open Evenings I J?rc,L- Crosby, Great Briuin rights rescrvcii. 1 King Feature Syndicate. Inr. Rent Your Vacant Tenement With HEADQUARTERS ANNOUNCEMENTS Lost and Found SMALL brown Jog lost. Ar.swr-r.s v, the name l'nnce, N'o collar. I'leat-'o phono WHITE male Kskinin dug lo.-t. 1 ( nm?. old. Answers to "Teddy." Plea-c cail at 10 Maple St.. P!n:nv:llf, Conn. pprsonab ALWAYS GET GENUINE CLEANER'S NAPHTHA tor your dry cleaning at Kail's Paint Store, 179 Arch St. Tcle phone 2606. Free delivery. INTRODUCING the Ari.stocra.tic Bob at Paul'a Beauty fcUiop, 300 Main Street, Telephone for appointment. SPENCER corsets designed especially for you. Fittings in your home. Annetta M. Carpenter, enrsetiere. 19 Bassett Street. Telephone 7:'5, WE REBUILD ludied' and gwitk-nu-ns hats like inn, The Modern Hat Shop, ""hurrh S'fror-t, near Main. Store Announcements LET fianm your Chriritn-uis pictures. Frames made to older. Arcade Studio, ol course! AUTOMOTIVE Auto and Truck Ajfencies AUTOMOTIVE SALES A PERVICB Ford Cars, Parts and Service New Britain's Oldest Ford Agenr 243 ELM ST. TEL. 27u0 BUICK MOTOR CARd. Svo the Lt:w "S." New Britain Buick Co., 11 Stanley Street. Telephone J')7. CHEVROLET SALES & SERVICE Pat terson Chevrolet, Incorporated. 1H1 Stanley St. and 18 Main St. Tel. 211. DE SOTO SIX and Eight. Come in and eee them. J, B. Muran Motor Sales. 3l3!i Church St. Telephone DS42-W. DODGE BROTHERS AND PLYMOUTH motor cars and Dodge Bros. trucks. Fours and sixes. Sales und service. 8. & F. Motor Sales Corp- HIIO Stanley Street. Telephone 731. FORD SALES AND SERVICE. Genuine authorize'! Ford parts and service. New Britain Auto Sales, Inc., 129 Arch St. Telephone fiTOO. HUPMOBILE Sales and Service. Expert Hupp, mechanics. Hupmobile Service Co., 25P Arch Sr. Telephone 224. NASH motor cars. Sea the ot w hue. Sales and Service. A. G, Hawker, &3 Elm St. Telephone C4.1C. OAKLAND VS. Poi.tiao Bii? tiix, Graham ! Sen iee. Howard XV. WhUmore, Hartford Ave. Tel. 2S10. STUDEBAKKIl MOTOU CAES Salea and Service. Albro Motor Sales Co., 2-5 Arch St. Telephone 2'. WHlPPE'i Fours and Sivs. Sales and Service. Elmer Automobile Co,, 22 Main St. Telephone IS13. WILLVS-KNIUUT SALKS AND SEKYU'E. Fine in-it or cars. Uek-m Caiae and I Motor Sale;--. Fred H.-ioin. Ji .. Prr.p., 1' Ci.-jf, h Sire.-t. 'l'.-l"i"Iiitne 4 J . i Garages To Let 14 i ; r-i-ii wufiii Sue: IinUl!e Gols-1 I'l . ,.r xiz-w: Suriee Station Hcpairtng 17 IE YOU OWN a tar aiup at Eudy's fur battel y n:c:.ai gin;;, vulcanising, auto el'-itrual work, ml, jrns, air and ater. 1 '1 E;tft Ma'ii .Si. Tel. Tils. LXPEKT niudel A Ford ipainn'. t'peuial j rates. Liet ready for cold weather, -oop Garntje, rear l'::fi Main St. Tel. ?. "i,. BRING VOLE BATTEUY' IN or tall Z'jQv for our Epecial recharging rice. Exide Battery Service. 96 Chestnut St. BECKEE. expert radiator repair. Au thorized Harrison service station. Quick est service at lowest cost. Rear 1. Glen Street Telephone 54tO. 31M cM.lNCr and polish ing .ur s;.. .; Centta! A'lto Enumlry, 1'.: A: in Ch'irlaiid'd Garage. Phone li ; I. hy. BUSINESS SERVICE Building and Contract 19 HOUSE WIRING Estimates Curr.iihed. Have your work done now. Barry oc Ramforth, 1 'J Main St. Plionfl l':i4. PAUL ZEHLEU. roofer. blate. gravel, aJtiihalt, tin and shingle roots. New or repairing. Phone 1490. The Proper Atmosphere BUSINESS SERVICES Business Service Rendered 20 ' INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR decorations. Flags, etc. Call on our service for so cials and weddinpa. Kddy Awning and Decorating Co., -31 Arh St. Dressmaking and Millinery 22 H L M riT I TC II J N J, I ' I CO T I N G . B U TT i j.' fovcring and tanking. Brndnury . Turnliuil, 17 "VValUi-f .St. Tfl. 6r'J1-.I. HEMSTITCHING neatly done; alao but tons covered at 51 Prospect St. Mrs. Albrecht. Telephone SaTa-W. Dyeing and Cleaning 23 NEW BRITAIN DRY CLEAN I NG COR P The Reliable Cleaner and Dyr-r. 3i arid 415 West Main Street. Telephone 304 fir prompt Hfrvlp, Moving, Storage and dating 26 A. BL'CHlERJj & Hons. Jc'-ai aiid"-"long distance furniture and piano moving. Winter St. TM. 51 5. 1jw raV-s. IT. "BROWN CO. lAJra and Long DisVtirc Mowrg New Location Alter January 1 ZZa EAST MAIN ST. Fireproof Srorapc Rooms Lowfjr Rates For ScrviuQ Now Cail 33T1-W FLRNITL'RE a: piano mu; iun. All km. is of trucking. Low rai?;?, Enk Larson. Commonwealth Ave. TI or S.-iiO-.f. LO' - A L and long dihtaii'. f urn:' u: e an-1 piano moving at low rates. JOHNSON RM-iP. Tplphtie f,'v'. stmi:.v;e i"''i: ixuniti i:e Ir, i i'lual r'loniP. Pa'kirsir, i mm.. Ha:':w;irf Ci'y storage Oj. Trr.r,;i. W. S' hultz, L'l. nr A. K. Ifu- J U?'. Repairing S2 BEDDING; Mat tir-ses i ri,dt: hi. 'I r:iade to urder. Furniture upliulsti.Tiii. Hurd vnre City R'-ddiny t1. V'2'. MACHINE v pairing. T) I'U; Ho'-ky ork. eidlng. p S'-hultz M;l Hill Ave. TH. 233-W. RED L' PLY weatherstrip. R fet: bronze. W indow $1 5ft, door $2. Y"U vi! k it on. R. F. Werdelm. Ea.st Berlin. Tel. .'.'Ol-M. SIN1 IE!: SEWING MACHINES and all orh-r makes r-paired by an expert. Ilea'sonabie. Telephone 3314. EDUCATIONAL Diuicing Teachers 15 BALLROOM, aTAUB Children, adultn triiisbt at r.uth Eassette Studio. 162 Main St. Cover Mas St.ort). Tf-i. 6 1. I.oi al and Private Instructors 37 START thr new year riatiit. Ct-t into t'le b;ir!jer IjU.-inesP. Dy aii'i eveing 'lass es Low tuir.en r.ite. ":iul.n Barhor S. hnoi. 1! .Market S-, liar;:errt. Tjih w titers to Kent 37-A lyPBWKlTtRS rcnua. opeeial liool sludonts. any mal:e one month S3; 4 months tlj. New Britain Typewriter Exehanse, 15 Vest Mam St. TeL EMPLOYMENT Flelp Men Wanted 41 MKN 1-j fel cur high grade garden and Jit'M sued dire", to planters. A good p'-sitin v:th big ln'. oin-"-. Expericn .'e uriiiri.ai v. '..'. ('., i-'ra::i:iin. M:iss. RELIARLi; p, kins P!0d!l.-1 Willi Urd u N-w P- i;.v oiit handle Wat a;n. Custorn t uifportunity o.T-r. Tin- J. j uiijir-un Ave., ., N. Help Women Wanted 42 Help Men or Women CAN VA.-EKS to .-eil laiTU and Lou.-seii'd tleni.er ciuald it. E ( it-atts fat'i'n . lttiU. DA KC'L, periV'.-t c!-aner. No otlr-r mo', es paint spon, ;r, ruy-, ef., poi- gla.s.--. til', ei w ear and metal iur-niii-r'.i ruti. ni'asant to use-; i;-. va.z. jK.'ii. eniMe in r'Oine, and tarag--. Gt'tii-rou fnmiitUision Apply tfaies Manager. Davenjiort -lr, y "!:cttiut St.. N'vv Britain. Situations Wanted Men EXPEHIENCED cilc full or part tim-TM-.i Box li !... He t wants wi-rk. Wrn. aid Ofh' e. Situations WanU'ti Women 45 TW 1 CILLS w W lli gO iiOIlifc P;- die i.niftw.jrk, one 101--, j Woman wishes t. l.LANIN" FINANCIAL L J Business Opportunities 46 l;E'"-ERY' business and buiidine for sale i..- t i;..- o-A in-:'. VYrue Claj.-::tied Hos J-. 1 1 V. Ii.thH ... Money to Loan 4S a loan UP TO JCO'J W.;5 he;p pay y.-.ur bills, to buy winter ,.: :. -iTit : ; t:.... u:!'.;i;.l aMiru.i!- ir, i -.1 'i. 'jn : (,r.,, tu repay. Courteous. un- Call, Wriie or Ptione 5::.3 PHOENIX FINANCE CORP. COS ITAIN ST., UNITED BLDG.. ROOM 212 At Railroad Crossing M'iNET when y,jii ueod ii. CvurteuUo -!-Lo;;:- i-vi--. Only - o?t is thin; an l ( i ; e -1 . a ! L per ( en t pv r n i aa 1 1 1 on l "J unpaid balance. Rfliance Lon ('"ip., (onur Mr.a and Eat Main Sis. Tcie i .-.one 4 J.-3. NEED M0NE7 QUICKUT? K.d.sh Loans ot 810 u Wi Siii.i ' 1 Ti'ont ii I; :i Honrs Ti'ont iily priyiiT'nf s come : i i 'in Jii-t p!'. ''.'Jio or ie. i.ii i.- t-i ee and oi..-.::;t' inf'-riua; cent per month on ti.e unpuid La RKN'EFI IAL LOAN StETT $3 WEST M UN ST. TEL. 1343 ROOM -01, RAPHAEL BLI'G. , IP YA INSIST OW BEItJ' SO (SLOOMV, A rA).n l M wtn. tic in I nr R16HT SyRROUWDlM's Fc An Ad Below FINANCIAL Money Loaned 48 NEED .M'jNEV'.' We furnisl, a loimwrv ke qui :k courteous confidential. Our only rharfj is 2-''o per month on tha unpaid Lalnnc-e. Nassau Finance Cor poration, Room Sit), 300 Main Street. QL'TCK LOANS UP TO 1300 TWENTY MONTHS TO PAT Entire coat based on legal interest charge ot three and one-half per cent ptr iuon.h on unpaid balance. NO INDORSER5 STRICT PRIVACY PHONE 4330 THE ML'TCAL SYSTI-Jil U00 MAIN STREET Room 202, New Leonard. BIdg. Houts a a, m. to 5 p. m. Sat. un'il 1 p. m. Opr-n Monday evr-ufngs unMl 8 p. m. Mortgages 48IS MONEY TO LOAN. becoad mortgaged. bnUz Cost el lo. Inc., 343 Ma,in Street. Telephone -4. I LIVE STOCK 1 Dogs, Cats, Pets 51 CA."Ar:Ii;S, goldmirhes Jbv si.an&ws, ir:b':;tw3 ar,t goldiiii. All put fuods anj wrpl.m. .V. K B-ifl & (! Co. Inc., or. Main aii'J Lal'aye'ac. Tel. 4170. MERCHANDISE liusiness anr Office Equipment 57 LX i I LA .litjin Ii.turci lnriU-3 iiig 2 b', alt 8, v- r:-:ter, t.r.unti.-r w:i!. 1 dr:iuci9, show .--(. 1!1 diau'.iff, riynr caw. 1 lartje 'andy catf.. iiii'drjm bi'.ed i-.c box with i f?"Od departments and o'Ik r small fin.ui':A All made of best walnut. Mudt fp'l a, on-.-e. Call now. lit Oak Street. Tei'i:;;ijne 6t -. SAFES. 'e hae the. a to .-uit any home or b'jsitu-ss purpo.-. Jn all fuea and wiyi.t.-. j'riLes start at ?-5. Adkins I-'nin :ng '. n., ?tai i'jnT3 and office out fitl tjS Chin-,. !! Srr-f.. USED irig;daire e'Uipmtnt for market or grocery store. Price reasonable. Terms it dbired. N. B. Store Fixture Co., 3i3 Sou-t! Main St. Tel. 5151. T-'eed and Fuel 59 UfCK WHEAT EEC'UK. (.Jenume old fw.-ir.'inrd bm kwheat flour. S. P. 2s tropin, Isi Pn:k St.pi-t. Feed and Fuel 5 ;.vi-n v.'ji, all hard in run mr-Mvuie ii-f h Jin curd, mixed $11, Jiripiiice, furnace wood. Tel. rialtivillf. 357. Con Dealers &9A PEOPCE'ti COAL CO. EehigSi Coal First Quality 7 BE AVE 1: tT. TEL. 0638 F(twear ami Clothing 61 l-'UPv - and .SALE. Eac non. Cheap, ( ondilion. Inquire -li7 Household Articles All! WAY. WORLD'S LEST CLEANER Andrew?, t:;e Cleaner Man, agent Afil Arli tit. Cl-'aner.-; r.epaircd ANY matt turned e new : ro uldmith & '. Heiir Tel. 5: i'OfR room Modern m 1 T!ppr.'ne - si'iiut heat 'tl ap.irtinftiit. . ry way. Kent rea.sonatjle. KITCHEN range for sale; bed with spring pr.d Pintle ateel couch. Vt-ry ruasonable. Vl.oi.e "'!'1-W. li ni; a!; v ot o eitii-r aw a . N. Lo.. HUH t- tate, Lofim JAN'TKY sale. vi-ry low prK. P'reer. T-i.-p!'- uiun.'.-rt lor Sals, suit purtliaser. Win. E. Hart All fuih E. h rfam, 1 OS Arch USED Ft"i:.IT:T:E SELLS 1'OU CASH OUl'.'KLY in this column. Stoves, tables, f.!.ai;3. ar- pemp looked for eager- v l.y huei'3 with '.u.h. Advertise now. ' all 9 :.." WINDOW shad..-s at reasonable prices. N. B. Window Shade Co.. So. Main St., opp. High school. Open daily til 8 p. m. Telephone "S9. Wanfed Articles to Buy 63-A A GOOD price paid lor all kinds of household furniture. Peter Jacobs, 49 East Main Ht. Phone 19SS. l'El ' JENE AU M i- ZELDES, IN'"., wiiole ,saP; dialers in sx-rap noil, metals, rub 'i? Willow H:.. Tel. 44 " or Mat him ry t Rent 64 A NEW fluoift f..r a dolliirs. Rent a ,n, Kinsley & .a.n St. 'I1-!. 534. I jp-.nr MHidtT. 1 Thompson, D5 W Mnsical Inti,iiiiieut.s 7 j PIANO Ued upr.nt in tioud con- dit:on. i'ine V ru-;y terms. be bought on . 24y Main St. Iik BABY GEAND u.ed jjiano. I" sucii good condition can liardiy be told from uew. Low price with terms. ilcCoy's. lac. Main Ptrtei. 6GB ALL types battery and electric radios re paired. Pr-impt service. Get our trade- ;n on Eoseh radios. I ,ed electric ! BeLs, 5;j up. New Britain Electric Serv t y e. 11" I"ranV;!:p Siut e. Tel. 4 3 S5. EN f "jTuT RALI U l; E EXILING. United Lad.o and TelevlsK-n Service, f.stJ Main i g-.reet. Telephone 709. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT s J Apartmnnts and Tenements 81 I'll i.'.'l:ellie!le. 'a!1 i" or Heated. M. Mil- AP''H ST. $ a mc aii'.i i loom lei.vnients. 3 room . All i mprove-vt-v.z cvy reasonable. lr Cl.L'EN ST f'fimjs. -iid fl' or. : in?, Rent rc:t3'jll- A ! ni'.d. i n '' App'?' Vl'NLT ; ..iid flcn , . Six p"ii, All Improvein ei-.-'e?. I.. 1'iHT ST., ;.: IV iU-L CVHtftl 0 Kuriia-. , Modi. EV KKKTT-sfTT" room t' n iiup-i - .'UN ST., -i" nd nr tlii: Inquire : A.l impro-. :-coni floor. By PERCY CROSBY (Cepr:sht, 1330, by Metropolitan Newsp apcr Service) i 7 rT-'4d REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Apartments and Tenements M GLEN fciT.. Ii9 4 rooms, 2nd floor. New ly decorated. All modern improvements. NV;r center. Reasonable. Tel. 6065-J. GLEN ST., 2fl 5 room apartment. Apply Dewitt A. Riley Co., Inc 272 Main Street. KENSINGTON AVE., ISO 5 room tene ment. Improvements. Inquire oa prem- ie f,i- r,hone 40-, Plainville. LINCOLN ST., 149 HECOND FLOOR APAETMENT TO RENT. INQUIRE PREMISES. LINWOOD ST., 2 j; Fit room modern npiirtment. Steam hent. Telephone 5V0. After 0 o''lo'k rail 1?-M. MAIN ST. j 1 2 ."), 6, 7 room apartment si Steam heal lurnif hed. A !1 modern Im provement" J. Bw-k'jwitz. Tel. 191. 1IAIN ST., 371 4 and & room steam heat ed apartments. Roth in first class con dition. InQuiie Henry Morans and Sons' Miif?ie Store. .MAPLE iT., :ilii 4 looms, Srd floor. Ail improvements. 515. Inquire rear S2 huiTh St. aftr 4 p. in. Tel. 1940-W. MITCHELL ST., 9,;1'GL'R ROOMS -TO RENT. REDECORATED. MODERN. PENT tlH. TELEPHONE 24. MONROE ST., 80 5 rooni6 with sun par lor. All modern improvements, Reaeon- i'if- Dm" ire Keond floor. Tel. 3614. MONROE .ST., CO ' room apartment, 2nd floor. All modern improvements. Heat furnished. E'is.iiH hie. Inquire 3rd floor. OAK ST., r.l-r.Z - MODEEN EIVE ROOM T E N E .t ENT TO R ENT. R EDECO RATED. LENT Jl. TEL. 24. PLAINVILLE, 18 Milford St. 5 rooms. Modern Hot air furnace. Near fac tories. Rent S.'. Tel. 6100 New Britain. 61 "0 New Brtain. RENTS NOW AVAILABLE Glen St. 5 rooms. S40. Hurlburt SU 236 rooms, 18. South Main St., Zli 5 rooms. Heated. Jt3, Arch u S5 6 rooms, 125. Rockwell Ave., 104 6 rooms. HO. Gien St.. COT 1 rooms. $18. Willow St., 1074 rooms. $29. East Main St. 5 rooms. Heated, North St. 5 rooms. J27. THE W. U HATCH COMPACT ' " Zi WASHINGTON ST. TELEPHONE 340 SOUTH MAIN nT.t 70 1st floor tenement to rent. Four rooms and bath. Inquire C7 funxti Mam St. Phone 1466. THREE and j nn'-m apartments. Steam heat, hot running v-ater. Reasonable. Inquire Novek. 1-0 Hartford Ave. TONIGHT hundreds are readmgWhis col umn looking for a new home. Will they see your tenement for rent ad? Advertise now and fill that vacancy. toy Die first. Call VANCE dT., Attractive rent, & rooms, Sun parlor. All modern improvements. Inquire on premises. Phone 4725. WALNUT ST., TO Handsome apartment oi six looms, at earn heat. Newly dona over. Separate boiler. 1IONROE ST.. 14 Five room tenement. All improvements. Rent reasonable. Ga rage if desired. For intormatioa call Mi.'S Peterson, 413. SVINTHROP ST., IS Five rooms to ren third floor. Modern conveniences. In nuire Crf'5 Ardi tit. Phone 5240-R. WINTHKOP ST. For rent, 5 rooms wtih, em lostd porch and garage. Steam heat. Inquire Rogers Sash & Door Co.. 1S4 ChPstnut .Street. Telephone S20. Furnished Apartments 69-A L'ESIR ABLE .1 room furnished apart ment. Striefiy modrn. Every conven-n-e. 2ft Olen Sr.. Apt. 14. Tl. 2210-W, ilAN und .n want to share completely furnisiifcd tenement, 5 rooms. Every "n emene. Write Classified Box 4 K. Herald Office. Business Places For Rent 7 ARCH ST., 17U I-arge store to rent. Will alter to suit. C. J. Leroux, 174 Arcli Street. Phone 304. ' ENTIRE second floor, suitable for pool room, restaurant, etc. Established place. lW?o location. Inquire Henry Morans, Z'.j Main Street. ' Houses For Rent 98 BLACK ROCK AVE. S room bungalow. Steam heat, fireplace, garage. $40 per month. The Commercial Co, Realtors Room 412, Commercial Trust Co. BlSif. SOUTH HIGH ST.. 33 SINGLE HOUSH TO RENT. 12 ROOMS. SUITABLE FOB ROOMERS. TELEPHONE 2030-W. . REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Farms For Sale 82 FARM 1-5 acres land, room house, J bi g barns, all Improvements. On state highway. Price very reasonable. People leaving town. Apply Peter Denuzze, fe4 Spring Sn Tel. 3716. ilouses For bale AN opportunity to buy a homo at a low price and on easy terms is now yours. See Paul ponti & Co. Phone 4372. EELV1DERE Practically new six room iioupe m best section. Sun porch, nre-rla-.e, 2 car garage. Price very attrac tive. Small amount of cash. W. ju Hatch Co,, 24 "Washington St. Tel. 3ft"). BELVEDERE Seven room semi-bungalow in excellent shape. Two car garage. Price $ 3 . 0 'j 0 ; cash 11,000. Best section. W. R. Hatch Co, Zi Washington fit. Telephone 3401. CENTRAL A Lai gn m m two tenement house. Also a cottage with some land but with city water and improvement, I.ncTfwood, Ci'y Hall. T W O t en e m en t h uu se lor sale on G I en St. A reai bargain. Hardware City Co Ow n.. 12C Main St- WEST MAIN STREET Near Vine Street 2 FAMILY HOUSE ? vom'.j T. ear (rnragro, spacious groimd i'ij-Q Je.'." ii:an us true aiuc. CARLSON & CAKLSOX Real Estate and Mortgage EflaTr WALNUT ST. TEL. 1817 V.'Dsi LN'1 lately house, 6 "rooms l.t and nd floors, & rooms on 3rd. Ga-l-ae. Good investment. Price low. L. Hat'.li Co., Zi Wasaingtoa St. Tele phone :mo. ROOMS, BOARD, HOTELS Hotels by day or week at reasonable r.'i lei AIfo light housekeeping' rortms filK!daire. TeL 4475. Hotel Doris; ' I M'i-n srrert. Ilooma h or lieu I 9 l PLEAiiANT room in private tooo.e. S'jitaide for 1 or 2, Ivro mirmtes to P. A Uak-- Cou;-t Telephone i'269. !H ECU S "il Ni'-ely furnielud Steam heated. $2 up. Board It .-!. Mrs. Ere-.hMt. Tel. 241 9-W. , oj:ani t'T.. !'' :..iint furnished rnoiii tt. Hume ''onvcincnees. Board i. Phm..- 3"i:'l-W. lAVE you a vacant room? Heat it to i'liy one of a nuhnier oT young men or v.iinen who are looking for a nirely :''irn;slied ru.-mi in congenial atmosphere. ';itl fJ ("-.w and start your ad. .l.WN ST, 10 To iet;t. mrnu-died steia :.'ai-d fr!it r.jeni, first floor, first rignt. r -.1,. il. N S I"., o Pleasant front room, single ih iu hie. lint water. A l?o housckeep ii.'.rn. 1icanitiab!r. Mr?. Alderman. M 1 N ST Uuniished rooms. Also u-tk' ' puif.' rooms. Steam htet, '' ,M:s. "Do!!. ' ST., i'umi- !' '. room with in !;! dtntt s. Eeasoiiahlo reou Rofinif and Board FiUi i'oai'd f"f (.ouplt;. With RA- i , 'i'imi. v-.;te clarified Bo Hcn.Id Offv-a, r