Boston Post from Boston, Massachusetts on January 5, 1921 · Page 9
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BOSTON POgT, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1921 WIFE DID NOT WANT ALIMONY / Is Perfectly Satisfice With Getting Divorce T'ALL RIVER, Jan. 4.—“The courts today do not consider a woman a slave as the medieval man considered his wife,” said Judge Dubuque in granting the young and pretty petitioner, Mrs. Elvvina A. NTanchester, daughter of the late Captain Hammond, a divorce from John li. Manchester. PAID NO RETAINER The libellee appeared In court to contest the case without a lawyer. He stated that he had engaged Judge Brady of Attleboro to defend him but that the Judge had withdrawn at the last moment. “Had you paid him a retainer?” asked Judge Dubuque. “No.” “That’s probably tlie reason he isn’t here/’ said the court. Manchester hadn't the slightest Idea what his Income la. He states that he is a partner in the M. C. Garland Com- r>any of Brockton, and is promoting the “Silver Black J’ox IJmited” securities. His wife testified he beat her up and wouldn’t furnish her meat, though the house wa.s well stocked with other foods. He was not a vegetarian either. He played cards all night, she said. The case was abruptly concluded when the securities salesman said he had gained 20 pounds since his wife left him. “You ought to be happy then,” commented the court. "I am,” replied the libellee. “Wliy are you contesting the case, then?” asked the court. “To avoid paying alimony,” he answered. “We don't w'ant any; only a divorce,” interrupted Mrs. Manchester’s attorney, “Granted,” concluded the Judge. PREFERS TO LIVE IN BOSTON New YorK Girl’s Parents AsK Aid of Court ,On petition before Judge Hayden in the Roxbury Court yesterday a complaint w-as issued on behalf of the parents of Alice “Betty" Keenan, 16-year-o1d daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. Iveenan of 247 East 31st street. New York, who it is alleged was kept in Boston against the wishes of her parents by a woman relative of the child. The complaint alleges she is a stuMjorn child. I^ast Thursday, according to Mr. Keenan, tlie relative, with whom the girl visited Boston 15 months ago, told him that she and “Betty” were going to Brooklyn and would return that evening. Instead he received a telegram that night saying the cbuple had arrived that evening In Boston. Visiting the house w'here the girl had previously stopped, the parents were denied the girl, Mr. Keenan alleged. Calling In the police, they again visited the house, w'hen they saw their daughter. Bui she, it wa.s claimed, said she desired to remain in Boston. Then follow'ecl the court procedure. The name of the Boston relative, who had the child, was kept secret by the court. / famous cats of NEWENGLANDj . ÿS.i-'- , '.'•’'A '' ' ' J. ■.4* fx 'N V-.. ' \ Ì it ¡'ih m The World's Best, $125.00 rPHONOGRAPH With $25 Worth of New Records Free To close out cjiiick the few we have left we will sell you for NO MONEY DOWN and ONLY A LITTLE A WEEK No. 2a-KILTIE, WHO WTiNT THROUGH THREE ZONES. SUBMARINE $150 Worth of J Phonograph and Records for KHtle was so baptised because lie was born in Scotland. But he’s an American now’; retired recently from active war service with the United States navy, and resides in Searsport. Me. The good II. S. S. Ozama came to Kiltie’s native kitchen on the Isle of Arran, near Glasgow’, in 1918, and by so doing changed Kiltie’s career considerably. A big machinist’s mate named Melvin Thompson fancied the kitten and took him aboard ship under his coat. Adventure with a big “A” began for the six-day-old kitten from that day. He went through three submarine zones safely. He won the undying devotion of every gob on board. Supplies were low and Kiltie remembers well the night when he heard there were only three cans of condensed milk aboard, and that it wras to be no plain gob bill of fare, but was to be reserved j for the little .Scotch kitten. This, in the face of court-martial if caught. Upon his arrival at Norfolk, Va., Thompson got a big crate. Kiltie, given farewell pats by a hundred hands, was shipped to Searsport, Me., to the home of Captain Pendleton, a seagoing man who could realize what a seagoing cat had been through. I-'or a w’eek Kiltie was on the road without food or drink and arrived “all in,” but the bracing Maine air and good milk worked wonders and now’ Kiltie holds his owm with any cat in the neighborhood. His one weakness is peanuts, and folks laugh because he eats the shell and let’s the nut go untouched. Except for this extravagance Kiltie is real Scotch and makes a thoroughgoing cleanup of ail daily rations. His master attributes his peanut wastefulness to sb.ell shock, due to long periods in the submarine zone. Kiltje i,s eager to show his imothers and sisters -In Scotland that the E’ost has elected him to a place among the famous cats of New T'lngland. He wants them to know liow w’cll he's getting on in the States. TREFRY GIVEN PURS^ GOLD State Official Retires After 21 Years Tl-,» Idea of the saoreilness of salt is very ancient. In the East its valuable preservative qualities make it seem an emblem of good faith and eternal friendship. Gas Explosion WrecKs Electric Light Box An accumulation of gas from the pipes following along the conduit in the street is believed to have been the cause of an explosion about 6:30 o’clock last evening in the iron box on the electilc light pole in front of the homo of Arthur Hialop, 9.56 Main street. Melrose Highlands. The five-pound iron door, more than a foot square, was hurled with violence against the piazza of the Hislop house while the upper part of the pole was torn into chips that were strewn about the lawn. This beautiful $125 oak cabinet mode! Reduced to $100 with $25 worth of our Records Free Actually costs you but $75 It’s Good—None Better Reliable—Well Known—Durable We Guarantee It in Every Way Plays All Records —No needles to change with the sapphire ball, violin stvle sound chamber. BOYLE BROS. Save You ^50.00' And Let You Pay As You Can • 853 Washington St. open Evening* World’» Greatest Credit Clothior»** Tailored Suits 75 High-Grade Tailored Suits for Women AboutPrice Rainbow Tweed, Veldyne, Cypress, Chameleon’ Cord, Duvet de Laine. Excellent assortment of styles. vSuperior tailoring. R.H.STEARNSCO. SB John will be hungry tonight / thinly Til add some HATCHET BRAND SWEET CORN Ii*s always so good The TwitcheU-Champiin Co* BOSTON and PORTLAND 1*20 LABOR TO MEET IN MEXICO CITY A. F. of L. Not Recognized by Third Internationale MEXICO CITY, Jan. 4.—Tw’o labor eongresats probably will meet in Mexico City next week, one the regularly constituted convention of the Pan-American Federation of I>abor and the other a protest demonstration which -was called today by dissenting members of the Federation. The American Federation of T.,abor appears to be the rock upon which tlie factions are splitting. Poster's appeared in the city today announcing that the American Federation of Labor has not been recognized by the Third Interna­ tionale of Moscow, of which, says the poster, the Pan-American congress Is an adherent. Jan. 10 Is the date set for the protest convention to begin. It also is the day when the Federation congress Is to open Its session, and the prospects are that the two conventions will be functioning simultaneously. Beyond the bare announcement tbat the sessions will be held In a downtow’n theatre, the local members of the Pan- American Federation are silent as to the programme. Bonanno to Testify in His Own Defence Qiusseppe Bonanno of Cambridge, who is on trial at the Eibst Cambridge Court, charged with killing his brother- in-luw’, Francesco Bonanno, Nov. 3, will take the stand in his own defence thl.s morning. District Attorney Tufts, who is trying for the government, rested his case yesterday afternoon. SEEKS OAR RACE WITH SYRACUSE Harvard Wires New YorK- ers for Boat Scrap Such n contest would be a great boost to the rowing game as far as the collegians can see. Syracuse has rowed to the top of the regular college river and stayed there tor some time under the crafty tutelage of the Ten Eyck family. Harvard, on the other hand, has been satisfied to limit its glory to battles with Yale and celebrate in that ecia victory over the Blue. With the Crimson stepping out to do battle with the “big guns,” however, college rowing should climb a peg, or perhaps two. Harvard wants to meet Syracuse on the w’ater. Manager Elmer Long of the Crimson varsity crew has wired an Invitation to the Ten Eyck paddlerg asking them to come here for a friendly brush on the Charles Itiver some time this spring. No definite date has been set, but if the fresh water oarsmen from the salt water city like the bid the figures can be attached later. SHANGHAI 89 COURT ST. TODAY-SPECIAL U to 2 5 COURSE AA(* DINNER ‘•V'' Roast Chicken Ttoaat Prime Heef SPECIAL SUPPER EVERY DAY A LA CARTE AT ALL HOURS Muaic Every Day Open 11 to Midnight William D. T. Tre.fry, who will retire Thursday as head of the department of corporations and tajdatlon after 21 years of service to the State, was given ample testimony yesterday of the esteem in which he is held by the approximately 350 employees of that department. A purse of gold and an engrossed parchment expressing “appreciation for the kindness and consideration ha has shown us, the uniform patience, courtesy and wise council which has characterized his management of the ! department and our deep sense of personal loss at hi,-5 retirement” were presented to him, and brief speeches were made by Henry H. Bond, former director of the income tax division, and Albert II. Fales, chief of the division of local taxation. Miss Alice Bunker, on behalf of the employee.!, presented a bouquet of flowers for Mrs, Trefry. In 0oi!Zf olT ESTABLISHED 1873 ESTABLISHED 1873; " TSG ItTasfiinqixin St. Boston BigPrice Re-Adjustment AND After Stock-Taking Sale $500,000 Stock of Furniture, Rugs, Draperies and China at Price Reductions of 20^ to 50^"^ The Greatest Furniture Opportunity in Years Back to Low Prices! Here Is a Wonderful Bargain in a Bedroom Suite Spletidid constructiou and .style. Made in walnut and mahogany, prices and sale price.s; Former $65.00 Dressing Table, $46.75; $52.00 Bed, $32.75 $52.00 Chifforobe, $33.75; $69.00 Dresser, $52.75 If you want to see some real old time low prices, you will find them at Osgood’s. We have carefully revised our entire stock and have made sweeping price reductions in all departments regardless of cost. As usual, Osgood leads the way in everything that makes for comfortable well furnished homes. The original tags will remain, showing last year’s prices, and also the new low price on each piece. Our usual liberal credit will be extended during this sade. Osgood’s Liberal Credit Plan Will Start You Housekeeping I Handsome Overstuffed Tapestry Suite —Fir.st class construction, h'ormcr Prices and Sale I^riccs; $58.00 Chair $37.7S $58.00 Rocker $37.75 $130.00 Divan Mahogany Gate Leg Table — Very attractive and serviceable. Formerly $58.00. Sale Price $44.75 Imitation Leather Rockers — Attractive and comiortable, well made. Formerly $ 22 . 00 . Sale I^rice $15.75 A Real Bargain in a Brass Bed, as illustrated, velvet finish, inch post, 7-8 inch fillers. A very handsome bed. Formerly $ 44 . 00 . Sale price $24.75 Dresser, as illustrated. golden oak. plate mirror. Formerly $34 00. Sale Price $22.75 Striking Reductions in Rugs and Other Items Thousands of Other Equally Good Values Not Advertised $101.751 Seamless Wilton Velvet Rugs, 9x12 ............... $86.75 $97.78 Seamless Wilton Velvet Rugs, 8.3x10.6.......... 74.75 $80 Seamless Axminster Rugs, 9x12. ................................ 62.75 $62.00 Seamless Axminster Rugs, 9x12 ................ 47.75 $19.00 Wool and Fibre Rugs, 9x12............................................... 14.25 $18.00 Wool and Fibra Rugs, 9x10.6 ..................... 13.25 $13.00 Wool and Fibre Rugs. 7.6x9 .................................. 9.75 $11.00 Wool and Fibre Rugs, 6x9 ................................................... 8.75 $1.70 Cork Linoleum, two yards wide, per square» yard........... 1.22 85c Felt Base Floor Covering, per square yard............. .89 $38.50 Dining Tables, golden oak ............................................... 26.75 $7.00 Dining Chairs, golden oak, imitation leather or wood seats ............................................................................... 4.95 $12.50 Dining Chairs, fumed oak, leather slip seats. .. i ... . 7.45 $727.00 Dining Suites, walnut, 10 pieces ...................................... 645.00 $716.00 Dining Suites, mahogany, 10 pieces............................. 569.50 $689.00 Bedroom Suites, 4 pieces, walnut and mahogany. . . 479.50 $94.00 Chiffonier, ivory ................................................................. 54.75 $58.00 Overstuflfed Tapestry Chairs or Rockers............................. 39.75 $119.00 Overstuffed Tapestry Chairs or Rockers. .................. 87.50 $489.00 Overstuffed Tapestry Living Room Suites, 3 pieces 389.75 $568.00.Overstuffed Velour Living Room Suites, 2 pieces. . . 419.00 $337.00 Overstuffed Leather Suites, 3 pieces................ 249.06 $439.00 Mahogany Living Room Suites, 3 pieces, silk velour Upholstery and cane panels .................. • • 353.75 $28.00 Mattresses, white layer felt....................................................... 16.95 $35.00 Mattresses, white layer felt, imperial edge......................... 22.7C \ William and Mary Dining Room Jacobean golden Makes a very handsome dining room. I'ormer prices and sale prices. $90 China Cabinet $72.50 $54.00 Serving Table... ^<41.75 $89.00 Extension Table $69.50 $119 Buffet, wood back $99.75 Dressers, as illustrated, walnut or mahogany finish, large plate mirror. Formerly $69.75. Sale Price $55.75 Dining Tables — Golden oak, 6 -foot extension, 42-inch top. Formerly $45.00. Sale Price $29.85 Dining Chairs —G o 1 d e n quartered oak, genuine leather sfip seat.s. Formerly $9.50. Sale Price $6.45 Floor Lamps Reduced from $66.50 to $53.75 Others $19.50 up Big Price" Reductions on Talking Machine Cabinets $53.00 Cabinet, as illustrated at right, mahogany or oak, made especially for Victrola IX-A ..$37.50 $36.50 Cabinet, oak, made special for Victrola VIII ....................................................................... $27.00 $30.00 Cabinet, mahogany or oak, fits Grafonola D-2 or Victrola IX-A...................................... $23.50 $22.50 Cabinet, mahogany or oak, fits Victor IV-A and VI-A and Grafonolas A-2, B-2 and C-2 $17.00 "M ,' AllOSt Osgood’s Liberal Weekly or Monthly Payment System Has enabled hundreds of thousands to realize their dreams of a homelike home. A small payment down is all that is required to furnish your home attractively and comfortably. The balance may be paid in small weekly or monthly amounts to suit your convenience. We Pay the Freight in Neiv England Open Every Saturday Evening The C. E. Osgood Company 744-756 Washington Street, Boston 11, Mass.

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