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THE TIMES: FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1921
COOLIDGE WON
FAME IN
STRIKE
Washint&on Calvin Coolidsre is the
first Massachusetts man to hold the
office of vice president since Henry
Wilson served in the second Grant
administration nearly half a century
ago. His advent into office adds to
the prominence of his state in na
tional eovernment affairs for it is re
garded as almost certain tha Senator
Henry Cabot Lodge, will be again
chosen as Republican leader in the
Senate, and Hep. Frederick H. Gillett
as sepaker of 'the House.
Should Mr. Gillett succeed himself,
a Massachusetts man will preside
over each branch of congress, a most
unusual coincidence. More unusual
still is the fact that both Mr. Coolidge
and Mr. Gillett coBBe from the same
Congressional district, Northampton,
the home of the vice president being
in the same district as Springfield, the
home of the speaker. Both men are
graduates of Amherst college.
i Vice President Collidge is entering
upon his first service in the field of
national politics, but for 20 years he
; has been activa in the political ser-
vice of his state, rising from member
i ship in the council of his city to gov
ernor of the commonwealth.
It was "his intensive study of af
: Airs of state that first attracted to
him the attention of prominent Re
! publican leaders, notably the late Sen
' ator W. Murray Crane of Massachu-
setts. For a number of years they
; watched the development of his ca
; reer with a view to directing him into
J the natnonal political arena. Their
i opportunity came wta the spectac-
utar Boston police strike, during his
! first term as Governor, attracted na
, tlon-wide attention.
The crisis which was precipitated
by the strike, according to these
j friends, merely revealed the powers
i and courage of the man, and they
i frankly and openly seized the oppor
. tunty to press for him claims for the
; Republican Presidential nomination
; at Chicago last Jurje. They pointed
' out that as councilor in his home city
I and later as city solicitor and mayor,
ma a member of both branches of the
! legislature including a term as pres-
' frtart.t ""' V. Caontr. "1 fill Ih.Tll 5, llPll-
lenant-governor ana nnauy as gov
ernor ne na.fi ccn oiecLeu with fvti-
th vote of confidence after the po
nce siriKe w 1 1 1 j l lit w as i tni ereutcu
: governor by a plurality of 126,000.
Probably the most attractive part
: of Mr. Coolidge is his home life. Ever
I since his marriage 15 years ago, to
: Miss Grace Goodhue, of Burlington,
Vt., a University of Vermont grad
; uate whom he met as a .school teach-
er in Northampton, he has lived a
'. quiet, modest life, most of the time in
the shadow of -Smith College in a
! house which he has rented for $32.50
; a month. ,
"Save, no matter what your salary
I may be," has always been his motto
and, as he has enjoyed beyond the in
come earned in public office only
' meagre returns from his law prac
tice because of pressure of public du
: ties, he has been obliged and content
to live simply. There are two boys
in their early "teens, but all do their
bit, even to mowing the lawn.
During Mr. Coolidge's official resi
dence at Boston he and Mrs. Coo
lidge lived in apartments at a hotel.
while the boys have been away at
school. In dress, too, Mr. Coolidge
has been not extravagant, although
always immaculately attired and not
given to use of the threadbare, what
ever the popular impression to the
contrary may be.
His coming to Washington means
the presence of a man who, his
friends say, personifies the best of
American standards, not given much
to social life, perhaps, but a thor
ough student, a 'hard worker and a
clear-beaded, solid American,
New First Lady
Of Land Knows
Meaning of Work
Washington Florence Kling Hard
ing, the new First Lady of the Land,
possesses an unusual degree of pluck
and outspokeness. She has ideas of
her own on many subjects and she
does not hesitate to speak her opin
ions straight out from the shoulder.
Those who work for her count her a
kindly and delightful mistress, but
they know that any delinquency will
call dcuxn a reprimand they will not
soon forget. On occasions she has
been seen shaking a forefinger at her
husband but of course nobody
knows what that all is about.
All her life Mrs. Harding has been
a determined and tireless worker, not
only in the details of her household,
but in the broader field of business
and community welfare. She comes
of fighting blood, her father. Amos
Kling, having been a rugged power of
;he pioneer days of Marion. She was
born there, and .although in her girl
hood her parents attained to moder
ate means they were not the sort who
lean to extravagance.
When she married Mr. Harding in
1891, his newspaper, the Star, was
not yet out of the woods financially
and she went to work in its business
department. She applied herself to
advertising and circulation problems
with an eye for efficiency all along the
line. She watched the original pur
chases of print paper and materials
and she stood at thep resses and gave
instructions to the newsboys daily be
fore they started on their rounds with
the finished product.
It is said of her in Marion that
when she became, the wife of the
struggling young editor she told her
friends she expected to make him
president some day, and it is known
that at some of the most discourag
ing stages of the pre-convention cam
paign last year it was she who insist
ed most vigorously that the fight be
continued.
During life strenuous days when
thousands were marching to the front
porch of the Harding residence on
Mt. Vernon avenue, she was the most
active figure about her husband's
headquarters. She was beside him
every time he spoke at home or away;
she shook hands with as many men
and women as did he; and she was in
and out of his offices from morning
until nigh':, rounding up details ana
giving him advice on all serioup ques
tions before him.
ANOTHER VICTIM OF jj
man n mnr nnirn!
Dublin Another victim, of the
Sinn Fein's relentless warfare against
"spies" was found near Curragh
Clough today. He was a farmer who
had been taken from his home by a
band of armed, masked men and shot
to death, upon his breast was pinned
the following note:
"A convicted spy. Informers be
ware.
An unidentified man, aged about
70, was shot to death in the streets
at Cork after curfew hours.
Sean O'Brien, a resident of Charle
ville, wa killed by a bomb while run
ning towards his shop.
WATCH CHILDREN'S TEETH.
Washington. a child's "six-year
molars" are not the "last of the firs!
teeth, but the first of the last" and
once gone, cannot be replaced, a pub
lic health bulletin declares. Poor
health goes hand in hand with poor
chewing, it adds, urging parents to
look after children's chewers in time.
9. '
V
Big
Shipment
These
of
MIXING BOWLS
Each Set Consisting
of Five Bowls
Measuring
1, 8 and Inches,
respectively,
in diameter.
Per Set.
6,
CENTS
On Sale Three Hours
Only Saturday
Evening 6 to 9
O'Cloek
No Phone Orders Taken.
About one thousand Specials are sold every
Saturday Evening! Xearly every home
already knows the advantages of attending
these Sales! If you haven't made a pur
chase in the "Three Hour Sales," make it a
-oint to "join the merrv crowd" this week!!
10-inch Fancy
BRASS
JARDINIERE
St49
Good Weight
Best Design
Popular Size
On Sale Three Hours Only G to
Saturday Evening
9
O Clock
If Savings Interest You
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY ! !
If actual Savings of Dollars mean anything to you this is YOL'R. SALE
for surely, there was never a time when greater savings were offered! One
cannot find a department not even an item where the prices have not
been deeply cut! In nearly every case you'll find our today's Sale Price
much lower than is being quoted by the Factory that produces the Suite or
Piece! To convince you of tliis, through the newspaper, is almost impos
sible; but, if vou will see our stocks, inspect the prices, make comparisons
with ALL OTHER STORES, you will then KNOW that: TO BUY AT HAD
LEY'S RIGHT NOW IS TO Add MANY DOLLARS TO YOUR SAVINGS
ACCOUNT.
I 1920 Price
1921 Price
$ilSO
Expansion
Sale Price
29so
Hadley's Expansion Sale
OFFERS EVERY ADVANTAGE ! 1
Lowest Prices: Most Liberal Terms: Free Storage: and: Free Delivery!
What other store can compete with Hadley's? You can come here and select
the very ideals which you've had in mind, for we carry the greatestvariety
possible. Our stocks include everything: "From the Cheapest ThatIs Good
To the Best That Is Made." The very fact that our business greatly in
creases year after vear, clearlv demonstrates that Hadley's Cutomers are
Satisfied Customers! We are' anxious to furnish YOUR' HOME We'll
help you in every way possible Come in and talk it over. Let us explain
our Easy Payment Plan, whereby when only a small Cash Deposit is made,
your Furniture is delivered! Pay the balance as you wish "To Suit Your
Convenience."
Young Couples: We'll Furnish Your Home On Credit ! !
.You don't have to pay Cash for your Furniture! Without charging you one penny
extra, we'll give you a year, or a year and a half, to pay the bill! The furniture is delivered
to your home from the start! Start your home NOW! ! Like thousands of other Young
Couples, you'll find it most satisfactory as well as economical. We Have Complete Home
Outfits as low as S225. You're invited to see them. Come in at vour first convenience!
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This Three Piece Tapestry Living Room Suite
SfggSO
Terms to Suit
Terms to Suit
This Nine Piece Jacobean Dining Suite
$1 97so
'terms to Suit
Terms to Suit
Vow displayed in Window Xumber ' 5, this Overstuffed Suite is ei
iiolly as illustrated, including; Davenport. Chair and Rocker. Every
pieee of good contraVtioii and neat appearance.
Buffet. China Closet, Extension Table and Six Fine Diners, with
Genuine Leather Seats are included in this Suite. Design is. of the
Queen Anne Period, every piece similar to picture above.
This Four Piece Walnut Bedroom Suite
$3950
Terms to Suit
Terms to Suit
See this Suite in Window Xumber 6. Undoubtedly the biggest
value offered in the community during the past live years! Dresser,
Chiffonettc, Toilet Table and Full Sized Bed All for S139.50.
Some Problems
Which Confront
New President
Washington. Here are some of the
more Important of the problems, in
ternational and domestic, facing the
HaHrding Administration:
INTEUNATJONAL.
Peace with Germany.
Final disposition of the Treaties of
Versailles and St. Germaine.
Decision .as to the Entry of the
TJijitea States into an Association of
Nations.
International disarmament.
The Japanese-California question.
The Russian Question, including
trade with Soviet Russia.
Recognition of Mexico.
Negotiation of new treaties, diplo
matic and commercial, with Germany
and Austria and with the new nations.
Poland, Hungary and Czecho-Slova-kia.
Japanese occupation of Siberia.
Treaty with Colombia.
Disposition of the former German
cables now held by the Allies.
Recognition of the new Greek gov
ernment and settlement of the status
of the Greek loan.
Loans to allied countries, includ
ing funding of the British and other
debts to the United States.
The Anglo-French world oil agree
ment of San Remo.
Cuban relations.
Military occupation of Haiti and
"Dominican Republic.
Irish question.
Philippines independence.
Self-government for Porto-Rico.
Settlement of claims against Ger
many grown out of the war.
Settlement of claims against Mexi
co resulting from revolutions there.
Re-establishment of full diplomatic
relations with Turkey.
Disposition of the Anglo-French-American
treaty for defense of
France.
DOMESTIC.
Tax and tariff revision.
Soldier bonus.
Panama Canal tolls.
Immigration control.
General Labor policy.
Army and navy policies.
Permanent merchant marine policy.
Reorganization of government de
partments. Budget system.
Civil Service reform.
Strengthening of prohibition laws.
Anti-trust law revision.
Disposition of enemy property seiz
ed during- the war.
General reconstruction legislation
housing, farmer credits, railroad law
revision and coal and packer control.
B
D
E
Utner Jjiving Room Suites at Big Reductions:
Three Piece Suit of Winged Type. Up
holstered in Brown Imitation iLeathor.
Well made and will give long service.
Settee, Chair, and Rocker. Complete .. 65. OO
Mahogany and Tapestry Three Piece
Suite including Settee, Chair and Rocker.
Seats and Backs upholstered. Especially
desirable for small room or apartment.
Complete $ 89.50
Heavy Three Piece Suite Settee, Chair
and Rocker. Frames, Mahogany. Seats
and Backs of good grade Tapestry. Un
usually attractive and splendidly con
structed. Complete SX29.SO
Period Suite, with large Davenport Chair
and Rocker. Distinctive pattern uphol
stered in best grade Tapestry. One of
many high grade Suites greatly sacri
ficed. Complete $189.00
Solid Mahogany Three Piece Suite with
Cane Back and Arms. Two Rosette Gush
ions. Upholstered in attractive Rose and
Blue Velour. A big bargain at the Sale
Price of $2355.00'
And Manv Others All On "Terms To S At"
Other Dining Room Suites at Big Reductions: !
Eight Piece Golden Oak Suite including
Buffet, Extension Table and Six Strong
Diners, of good appearance and depend
able constitution. Suite complete ....5 97. SO
Nine Piece Fumed Oak -Suite of Mission
Type. Buffet, China Closet, Table and
Six Pad Seat Chairs are included at the
special price of
$129.75
Nine Piece Mahogany Suite of Queen
P Anne Period, now being shown in Win
dow Number 6. An especially big bar
gain. Suite complete $298.50
And Many Others All On "Terms To Suit"
Winner In $50 "Slogan Contest"
Miss EMILINE NEWTON
422 West Avenue
Answer No. 177
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Other Bed Room Suites at Big Reductions:
Three Piece Golden Oak Suite with Prin
cess Dresser, Full Sized Bod and Chif
fonier, neatly patterned in the Colonial
Period. Three pieces. Complete . 60.25
Golden Oak, Mahogany or Walnut Fin
ish: Three Piece Suite including Ores
ser, Bed and Chiffonier. Every piece well
made and attractive. Complete S120.50
Walnut Three Piece Suite in Queen Anne
Period. An ideal Suite both as to design
and quality. Dresser, Chiffonier and Bed
included. Complete
$149.25
D
E
Mahogany Three Piece Suite with Bow. -End
Bed, Dresser and Chifforette. Louis
XVI design with beautiful carved decor
ations, large mirror, etc. Complete . $229.50
-Bird's Eye-Maple Four Piece Suite in
cluding Dresser, Chiffonier, Full Sized
Double Bed and Toilet Table. Neat.
plain design. Complete $245. SC
And Many Others All On "Terms To Suit"
Baby Carriages
Every Carriage greaUy reduced in
Irico. One pattern, fnU sized, of
Gennino Keed, finished In Gray,
ouerea at
Four Poster Bed
54375
I Terms to Suit
$2975
Terms to Suit
XO "FTiU" IX SIGHT.
Washington. "Don't worry a:bont
(he 'flu this winter; it is unlikely to
return," the Pub-lie Health Service
tsserts in a bulletin just issued.
"Worry about diphtheria; worry
Hnough, anyway, to have you deter-
tnine by a simple test wnetner you
tnd your children are. immune. If
(hey are not, protect them by the
kew motliod of immunization.
The report says 5,000 cases of I
llphtheria. were reported in October )
Full sized Four Poster Bed as
shown, In Mahogany Finish. Other
pieces, if desired.
SPINET
DESK
Special Offering in Set of Dinner Ware
Seventy-two pieces Unlike Illustration Including twelve of
each of the principal dishes. Good domestic ware of neat
design. Blue figure on white background, and neat blue stripe
band. Greatly underpricecl Special at
.
Terms to Sui. I
onus to Suit
$575
Willow Rocker
$1ft75
Almost exactly as shown. Genuine
Round Willow, Brown Finish. Seat
and Back have cushions covered
with neat Cretonne.
I
Rug Special !
Saturday, we offer abont 50 fine
Seamless Axminster Rugs at the
lowest price in years! Choice
53975
Terms to Suit
$6g5o
Terms To Suit
I jar Ere, Solid Mahogany Spinet
Desk of very finest type.
Many pigeon holes, drawers,
etc The 1020 price was
$92.50.
Worthy Of Your Attention: Brass Bed Seductions:
Especially promiint are the reductions on all Brass Beds!
Windows Xumber 10 and, 11 are full of these Beds with price
tags plainly in view. Ijook them over!
$35.75 Brass Beds now priced $15.98
41.75 Brass Beds now priced 19.98
49.00 Brass Beds now priced 23.98
51.75 Brass Beds now priced 24.98
63.75 Brass Beds now priced 25.98
70.00 Brass Beds jiow priced 31.98
And Fifty Six Others; Similarly Reduced:
A11 On "Terms To Suit."
CEDAR
CHEST
$1475
i Terms to Suit
JUJI ll I"
II t -"!
Colonial Chest, as shown, and made
of Genuine Bed Cedar. Every
home can have protection against
moths now ! !
Always Welcome At Hadley's !
We are always pleased to have you inspect our stocks,
tee the latest creations of America's Factories!
Come in and
When In Doubt Ask Hadley's
Oftentimes we arc consulted about the propriety of anticipated
changes. Consult our efficient corps of salesmen. Thcy'U - advise
you correcUy!
and more in rvovemoer.

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