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Heads Red Cross in Italy n JHE CONNECTICUT LABOR PRESS HAVEN ' r . ' 1 V " .. . a,.--:,.-:. - iataaa-i -t. - -JnfW iftir""'lia)W ROBERT P. PERKINS Mr. Perkins recently arrived in Italy at the head of a permanent Red Cross Commission, which is undertaking the relief of Italian soldiers and civilian sufferers. Approximately $5,000,000 has been appropriated for the work of this commission. htU CROSS BEGINS WORK IN ITALY ON IMMENSE SCALE $4,771,990 APPROPRIATED TO COVER OPERATIONS. Specialists Appointed to Commis sion to Help Soldiers and Stricken Civilians. A far-reaching program of war re lief now Is being carried on in Italy under the direction of the American Bed Cross permanent Italian Relief Expedition, headed by Mr. Robert P. Perkins of New York city. This com mission recently arrived at Rome, where It was welcomed by Italian of ficials. The expenditure of $1,662,016 to cover the cost of operations in Italy in the Immediate future will come under the supervision of the permanent com mission. This sum, which has already been appropriated, brings the total ap propriations for American Red Cross activities in Italy to $4,771,990. The commission to Italy has the following, personnel of deputies : VAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVgl 3 5 CONTINUOUS DAILY FROM 1:00 TO 10:30 5 3 NEW HAVEN'S BEST SHOWS Four Shows Monday Monday and Wednesday Four Shows Monday FRjED ARDATH AH TEN COMEDIANS In the Rip-roaring Mirth Explosion I THE SKELLY & Kasting STAGPOLE SAUVAIN Kays & SPIRE MURPHY, VAN AND 5 l 3 5 NOR in "Ghosts of Yesterday" fXp:n8hei' Stoiy Thursday, Friday and Saturday 3 The New, Sensational and Entrancing Most Colorful and Gorgeous of Electrical Spectacles, The Seventh Stage Wonder a Sunday Evening Il7avavavavavavavavavavavavavavavavavavavavavavavavavzSI Chester "HT. Aldrich7 New York city ; James Byrne, New York city, legal advisor; Dr. Joseph Collins, New York city, medical director; Ernesto Fabbri, New York city; Samuel L. Fuller, New York city, financial direc tor; Guy Lowell, New York city; Thomas L. Robinson, Youngstown, O., supplies; Prof. D. L. Wltmer, Phila delphia; Rev. Sigourney W. Fay, Wynnwood, Pa. Specialists on Commission. Included In the general organization personnel are Louis A Davis, Phila delphia, office manager; William E. Hereford, New York city ; Julius Roth, New York city, transportation, and Ed gar L Williams, New York city, secre tary. Mr. Perkins Is president of theBige-low-Hartford Carpet Company of Con necticut. Professor Wltmer la a psy chologist and director of the psycho logical laboratory and clinic of the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Low ell Is an architect of New York city and Boston. Doctor Collins Is a widely known neurologist. Mr. Fuller Is a member of the firm of Kessell, Klnnlcutt & Co., bankers, and Mr. Fabbri Is a member of a well-known family of bankers of that name. Mr. Robinson is a business man and banker. Rev. Dr. Fay, a priest of the Catholic Church, was formerly the head of Newman School at Hackensack Red Cross activities In Italy were undertaken upon a large scale after receipt on November 2 of a cablegram from Ambassador Page to the effect that help was needed Instantly. Mr. Perkins cabled an estimate of the urojiajble. cost of. orratipns. for SUPREME VILLAGE TIN KENYON MIRSLAVE AND SERBIANS MA TALEffi Bnf it C For Fund of Soldiers' the fmmediate future. He stated It would be necessary to lay out at one $800,870 for military relief, mad up as follows: Soldiers at the front $50,000 Surgical dressing service 90,000 Hospital service.... 415,870 Ambulance service 120,000 Canteen and rest houses 120,00 Administration 6,000 To rerrder aid to the civilian popula tion, $692,580 has been appropriated. The War Council has authorized for the Surgical Dressings Service and the Hospital Service $3230. FRED ARDATH AT THE PALACE The Charlie Chaplin of Vaudeville, Together With Other Notable Acts and Pictures. Fred J. Ardath, personification of the village cut-up, popularly known as the Charlie Chaplin of the vaude ville stage, is coming to the Palace at the head of a bill of carefully selected talent for Monday and Wednesday. Tliis funniest of "rubes" is not un known here by any means as he has already convulsed New Haven audi ences in some of his other successful acts. The attraction in which Mr. Ardath appears during his coming engagement is a new one, having for its title "The Village Tinker," and it is nothing less than an explosion of mirth. Ardath is usually a show in him self but in "The Village Tinker" he presents a company of ten other comedians who vie with him in a riot of fnn-makine antics. Supreme vau deville liasn't anything funnierf ip its nrhnlp treasure of lauehs than tnis new comedy of Ardath's. Rieht in the midst of all the song Hn ii re an A comedv elements of the bill the Poli booking representatives have iniected a dash of the sensa t i n ii a 1 in the form of the Six Kast- intr Kavs, an act that will give just Hip finishing touch of perfection to the varietv of the bill's offerings Feats that by their sheer daring dim the efforts of other artists presenting acts of a similar nature are pertormed with the greatest ease by the Kasting Kays. This is one act tnat simpiy storms vaudeville audiences any where it is seen. sk-ellv and Sauvain have at their disposal an almost inexhaustable amount of good comedy and singing material. Theirs is one of the pretti est sight acts on the stage, as the lady in the number is a noted vaude ville beauty, being famous for her graceful figure. The three harmonizers, Murphy, Van and Kenyon, form a highly pleasing vocal combination, while Stackpole and Spire will be seen in a fast knockabout comedy. Miraslave and the Five Musical Serbians, an nounced as an act unusual, closes the vaudeville. "Ghosts of Yesterday," a picturiza tion of Rupert Hughes' popular novel, "Two Women," with Norma Tal madge in the leading role, will be the picture feature for the first three days. It has been pronounced a per fect production in every detail by no less an authority than Joseph L. Kelly, the noted screen critic, and is a tremendously strong picture. For the last three days o fthe week, the big vaudeville feature will be "Fantasia," the sensational, electrical and beauty spectacle which has beea receiving such extended notice from the New York press. Other features for the last half of the week include Emmett Welche's 9 Minstrel Men; Yates and Reed, in a vaudeville surprise; Tom and Dolly. Ward in songs and dances ; Black and White, beautiful girl gym nasts, and Wallace and Drew in their up-to-date vaudeville conception, "Her Silent Sacrifice" will be the pic ture feature and on Friday, Washing ton's Birthday, there will be four complete performances. AFTERN'NS llc-17c EVENINGS llc-17c-28c I VAUDEVILLE ER" 3 o tl il oncf Dependents "The First Principle of SUCCESS" All Union men and women, your friends and families ar requested to be consistent, patronize homVvindus try, Boost for Norwich, and demand THE UNION LABEL on all commodities you purchase whenever possible,.;, together with quality. The following, Business in terests of our City solicit the support of Organized Labor ah'd are recom mended by the Norwich Central Labor Union: : : V - AUTO SUPPLIES TIRES Baird Tire & Supply Co. The Frisbee-McCormick Co. BANKS The Chelsea Saving Bank BOOKS AND STATIONERY The Cranston Co.. BOOTS AND SHOES H. D. Barrows '".. The Geo. W. Kies Co. National Shoe & Clothing Caw. BOTTLERS MINERAL WATER N. Y. Mineral Water Co. C E. Wright BUSINESS COLLEGES Norwich Commercial School CIGAR MFGRS. E. Raphael St Son CLOTHIERS GENT'S GURNISHINCS Brooklyn Outfitters J. C. MacPherson The Manhattan Moran-Connors Murphy & McGarry The Outfit The Porteous-Mitchell Co. Prudential Outfitting Co. White Star Clothing House Ce COAL AND WOOD The Edward Chappetl Co. CONFECTIONERY AND ICE CREAM Sellas Spa DAIRIES VEGETABLE PLANTS Avery Brothers DELICATESSEN Fred G. Thumm DEPARTMENT STORES The Plaut-Cadden Co. The Porteous-Mitchell Co. DRUGGISTS Mara & Egglefcon Ring St Sisk N. D. Sevin & Son , v Smith's Store V w - Charles C Treat ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES The Norwich Electric Co. EMBALMERS-UNDERTAKERS Cummings St Ring FISH SEA FOOD Public Fish Market FRUITS PRODUCE J. C. Worth & Co. FURNITURE Estate M. Hourigan The Plaut-Cadden Co. Schwartz Bros. GARAGES Thames Square Garage GROCERIES MEATS Justin Holden HARDWARE The Eaton-Chase Co. HOTELS Del-Hoff Hotel JEWELERS John St Geo. H. Bliss Lee Clegg x John A. Ferguson The William Friswell Co. F. W. Guild The Plaut-Cadden Co. H. R. Woodward LADIES' - CHILDREN'S WEARING APPAREL Marshall's The Maurice Sample Shop National Shoe and Clothing Co. The Outfit The Pasnik Co. Prudential Outfitting Co. The Specialty Shop White Star Clothing House Co. LAUNDRIES Norwich Steam Laundry Co. Rogers Domestic Laundry MANUFACTURERS COTTON GOODS The Hygienic Fibre, Co. The Versailes Sanitary Fibre Mill MERCHANT TAILORS S. P. Keppler St Son, MONUMENTS The Charles A. Kuebler Co. MOTORCYCLES B ICYCLES C V. Pendleton, Jr. ,, OPTICIANS H. R. Woodward ' PAINTS PAINTERS; SUPPLIES Fred C Crowell . ' PUBLIC UTILITIES The Shore Line Electric Ry. Co. RESTAURANTS CAFES Chamberlain & Co. Saratoga Lunch Vellis Bros. . -r REAL ESTATE INSURANCE ' James L. Case " THEATRES. Davis Theatre . : WHOLESALE GROCERS The L. A. Gallup Co. LABOR'S BUYING GUIDE MERCHANTS WHO HAVE JOINED THE NEW HAVEN TRADES COUNCIL . In the Great Campaign of CO-OPERATION BETWEEN THE BUSINESS MEN OF NEW HAVEN ' AND ORGANIZED LABOR 'In accordance with our policy of Co-operating with those who co-operate with us these business concerns are listed for our hearty support and patronage upon all possible occasions. REMEMBER OUR FRIENDS Watch this list it is growing with every issue. AWNINGS J. Cunningham & Son, Inc.. 51 Elm St. BANKS First National Bank, 40-42 Church St. The Mechanics Bank, Church and Center Sts. The Merchants National Bank, State, corner Chapel. BAKERS Blanchard's Gold Medal Bread Jacob Ruby, 745 Congress Ave. BOOKS AND STATIONERY Whitlock's Book Store Inc., 219-221 Elm St. BOOTS AND SHOES Boston Branch Shoe Store, 845 Chapel St. Meigs & Co., Inc., 91 to 95 Church St. M. Myers & Son, 832 Chapel St. Sorosis Shoe Co., 814 Chapel St. BELTING Botwinik Bros., bought and sold, 21 Sylvan Ave. BUSINESS COLLEGE The Butler School, Y. M. C. A. Bldg., 152 Temple St. Royal Business College, Chapel, cor ner State Street. Stebbing Commercial and Secretarial School, Chamber of. Commerce Bldg., (225) 185 Church St. CAMERAS - Fritz Sc Hawley, Inc., 816 Chapel St. The Harvey & Lewis Co., 861 Chapel St. CARPETS AND RUGS The Hegel Furniture Co.. 8-10-12 Church St. Window Shade Co., 75-81 Orange St. "C. E-Z" GAS LIGHTS Gas Co.'s Appliance Dept., 70 Crown St. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING ON CREDIT ,The Brennan Store, Gately & Bren nan, 166 Meadow St. CHILDREN'S WEAR Braus Cloak & Suit Co., 813-817 Chapel St. CIGARS Wood's Drug Store, 2 Church St. COAT, APRON AND TOWEL - SUPPLY McGuire's Coat, Apron and Towel Supply, cor. Lawrence and Foster Sts. Olympia Coat and Apron Supply, Tel. Colony 503, 76 Whiting St. COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS Gas Co.'s Assembly Room, Every Wednesday, 3 P. M. CLOTHIERS J. Johnson & Sons, "The Live Store," 85-89 Church St. Meigs & Co, Inc., 91 to 95 Church St. Ralph S. Pagter, Broadway, Cor. York; also 165 Dixwell Ave. COMMERCIAL EMPLOY MENT BUREAU The Butler School, Y. M. C. A. Bldg, 152 Temple St. COMMERCIAL SCHOOL The Butler School, Y. M. C. A. Bldg., 152 Temple St. Stebbing Commercial and Secretarial School, Chamber of Commerce Bldg, (225), 185 Church St. DENTISTS Dr. Cushing Mudge, 138 Orange St. DRUGGISTS Wood's Drug Store, 2 Church St. DRY GOODS Sugenheimer St Sons. 15-19 Church St. EYEGLASSES Fritz & Hawley, Inc, 816 Chapel St. The Harvey & Lewis Co, 861 Chapel St. FANCY GOODS Sugenheimer & Sons, 15-19 Church St. FARM AND GARDEN TOOLS The Lightbourn St Pond Co, 33-39 Broadway. FANCY GROCERIES E. Hall & Son, 381 State St. Edw. FISH SEA FOOD William H. Wilson & Son, People's Fish Market, 196 State St.; 32 Con . 'gross Ave, and 9 Grove St, West ' Haven. FLOOR COVERINGS Bullard's, 91-97 Orange St. FLORISTS McCrea, 189 Meadow St. Munro, 974 Chapel St. The Myers Flower Shop, 936 Chapel St. FURS AND FUR WORK The Friend E. Brooks Co, 125 Church . St. - , FURNITURE Bullard's, 91-97 Orange St. Clark-Bowditch Co., 66, 68, 70 Orange St. S. Stein, 57 Broadway The Hegel Furniture Co., 8-10-12 Church St. FURNISHINGS J. Johnson & Sons, "The Live Store", 85-89 Church St. Meigs & Co., 'Inc., 91 to 95 Church St. Ralph S. Pagter, Broadway, Cor. York; also 165 Dixwell Ave. Pager's, 6-8 Congress Ave. and 741 Grand Ave. Sugenheimer & Sons, 15-19 Church St. GAS HEATERS AND RANGES Gas Co.'s Appliance Dept., 70 Crown St. GLOVES & HORSE BLANKETS The Lightbourn & Pond Co., 33-39 Broadway. GROCERIES Schoenberger & Sons, 615 Howard Ave., 339 Grand Ave., 360 State St., 11 Shelton Ave, 151 Dixwell Ave, and 28 Congress Ave. HARDWARE, TOOLS, AUTO SUPPLIES The Lightbourn & Pond Co, 33-39 Broadway. HATS Brooks & Co., Inc., Chapel and State Sts. J. Johnson Sc. Sons, "The Live Store", 85-89 Church St. Meigs & Co, Inc., 91 to 95 Church St. Pager's, 6-8 Congress Ave. and 741 Grand Ave. Sugenheimer & Sons, 15-19 Church St. JEWELERS The Bijou Jewelers, The Store of Quality, 32 Church St. LADIES' FURS Braus Cloak & Suit Co, Chapel St. 813-817 LADIES' OUTFITTERS Braus Cloak Chapel St. Brooks & Co, Sts. & Suit Co, 813-817 Inc, Chapel and State LADIES' WAISTS & SKIRTS Braus Cloak & Suit Co., 813-817 Chapel St. LAUNDRIES SHIRTS AND COLLARS Moran's Laundry, 235 Grand Ave. The Nonpariel Laundry Co, 271 Blatchley Ave. Standard Laundry Co, Tel. 7386, 1041 State St. LAUNDRIES FINISHED AND ROUGH DRY Standard Laundry Co, Tel. 7386, 1041 State St. LAUNDRIES FLAT Model Family Laundry, 105 Hallock Ave. LAUNDRIES WET WASH Eagle Family Laundry, Rear 220 Washington Ave. New Haven Ideal Laundry Co, 340 York St. Model Family Laundry, 105 Hallock Ave. Sunlight Family Laundry, 161 Day St LEATHER GOODS Brooks St Co, Inc, Chapel and State Sts. s LIGHTING The Lighting Shop, 26 Center St. MACHINERY Botwinik Bros, bought and sold, 21 Sylvan Ave. MEATS E. Schoenberger Sc. Sons, 615 Howard Ave, 339 Grand Ave, 360 State St, 11 Shelton Ave, 151 Dixwell Ave, and 28 Congress Ave. Nathan Zimmerman, Jr, 149 State St. MECHANICS' TOOLS The John E. Bassett St Co, 754 Chapel St. and 214 State St. MEN'S CLOTHING ON CREDIT The Brennan Store, Gately & Bren nan. 166 Meadow St. MILLINERY Sugenheimer &. Sons, 15-19 Church St. MUSIC VICTROLAS Calder Music Shop, 930 Chapel St. M. Steinert St Sons Co, 183 Church St. Whitlock's Book Store Inc, 219-221 Elm St. OPTICIANS Fritx St Hawley, Inc, 816 Chapel St. The Harvey & Lewis Co, 861 Chanel St. . PAINTS OILS VARNISHES The Booth & Law Co, 35 Crown St. PAINTERS' SUPPLIES ' The Booth & Law Co., 35 Crown St. The Lightbourn & Pond Co, 33-39 Broadway. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES Fritz & Hawley, Inc., 816 Chapel St. PIANOS Loomis Temple of Music, 837 Chapel St. Mathushek Piano Co., 106 Elm St. M. Steinert & Sons Co- 183 Church St. PROVISIONSHOTEL AND RESTAURANT SUPPLIES Nathan Zimmerman, Jr., 149 State St. RESTAURANTS Holcombe's Lunch, 3 and 107 Church St., 87 Meadow St. The Olympic Lunch, opp. Olympia Theatre, 141 Temple St. REAL ESTATE Hayes & Allen, 116 Church St. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES First National Bank, 40-42 Church St. Merchants National Bank, State cor ner Chapel Sts. SAVINGS BANK First National Bank, 40-42 Church St. Merchants National Bank, State cor ner Chapel Sts. SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS The Lightbourn Sc. Pond Co, 33-39 Broadway. SHEET MUSIC M. Steinert & Sons Co, 183 Church St. STENOGRAPHERS FUR NISHED The Butler School, Y. 152 Temple St. M. C. A. Bldg, STOVES AND RANGES Bullard's, 91-97 Orange St. The Hegel Furniture Co., Church St. 8-10-12 THEATRES Poli's Bijou. Poli's Hyperion Poli's Palace TIRES AND TUBES The Todd Rubber Co., 450 State St.; stores all over Connecticut. TOILET SUPPLIES Wood's Drug Store, 2 Church St. TYPEWRITERS AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Whitlock's Book Store Inc, 219-221 Elm St. UNDERTAKERS- Cox & Henze, 175 Meadow St. M. F. Walker & Sons, 1201 Chapel St. I WALL PAPER The United 5 & 10 Cent Wall Paper Stores, 83 Crown St. WOMEN'S CLOTHING ON CREDIT The Brennan Store, Gately Sc Bren nan, 166 Meadow St. LABOR MAN ON LOAN COMMITTEE John H. Riley of Danbury to After A Big Field. Danbury. Feb. 15. John H. Riley, secretary-terasurer of tha Central Labor Union, has been appointed a member of the general committee of the labor division of the Liberty Loan committee of this district which in cludes the state of New York, the twelve northern counties of New Jer sey, and Fairfield county. The appointment of Mr. Riley was made by the Liberty Loan committee of the district and his special duties will be to interest labor organizations in future Liberty Loans. LEGAL NOTICE. To the Board of County Commissioners of New Haven County: I hereby apply for the transfer of a license to sell Spirituous and Intoxicat ing Liquors, Ale, Lager Beer. Rhine Wine and Cider, from 505 State Street to 505 State Street, Town of New Haven. My place of business is not located with in 200 feet in a direct line of a Church Kdiflce or Public or Parochial School, or the premises pertaining thereto, or any Post Office, Public Library or Cemetery. Dated at New Haven this 13th day of February, A. D. 1918. CHARLES B. KAUTZ, Applicant We, the undersigned, are electors and taxpayers, owning real estate, of the Town of New Haven and hereby sign and endorse the foregoing application of Charles B. Kautz for a license, and here by certify that said applicant is a suit able person to be licensed pursuant to said application. Dated at New Haven this 13th day of February, A. D. 13 IS. Fred Lehr, 32S Winthrop Ave. : Thomas Rice, 407 Temple St.; John J. Courtney, 239 Winthrop Ave.: A. F. Linstrom, 488 Whalley Ave.; G. W. Byer, 150 Whalley Ave. Look for This Label on all Packages and Boxes. . BREWERY WORKERS' UNION, ? No 37, New Haven Gust. Beuhler, Secretary, ? 308 Davenport Avenue. j Meets every third Sunday, 139 Oran ' Street.