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The Advance-news. (Ogdensburg, N.Y.) 1933-1935, December 12, 1933, Image 8

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PAGK VAMW T H E A D V A X C K - X E \\V S 'JTKSDAY, DEC. 12, li».*W Checks for Workers to Come Today Contrary to expectations federal checks to pay oif 371 men employ- ed in ('. \V. A. work were not re- ceived here yesterday. Mayor Morrissette announced last night that the checks would arrive here *oday • Tho c\ \V. A. working force was increased yesterday from 371 to 5-f». The extra men being assign- ed to the Albany avenue sewer job of l\i blocks. When the force was cat to 371 recently Mayor Morrissette imine- -^ «Hately appealed to. the Executive j «A\ S cretary F. 1. Daniels of the! £$ stale 0. \V. A. and was given per- mission to increase the number up to «5*«J. The remaining \.\» men will bf drawn from the N. R. S.. of which Charles Steger is manager. Beverages On Sale In City Hotel last evening that he is now pending liquors, beers and and all legal beverages permitted J and other countries by repeal. lU-er of pre-prohibition alcoholic content will also be on v dis-]from the stocks of some of the ^ n '!\[pim7 WffltPr f^flflQ \ wines est distillers in the United States * For City Police **' The Oswegatchie Hotel is one of the oldest and most popular hos tap. Patrons will be served in theueleries in the North and under dining room on the. first floor of j the management of Mr The members of the police de- partment have been outfitted with McRoberts Alaska seal winter'caps of Davy, i Crockett stvle. They are neat an- the hotel, the entrance of which! it i.< proving to be a rendezvous j pwu . ing aml warm . winter head- Manager Thomas McRoberts of i s on Main street. Mr. McRoberts j for people wno desire a homelike) <r ear 0 f similar design is worn by the Oswegatchie Hotel announced has purchased liquor selected (atmosphere and cuisine. the state troopers. * Mynekoop Freed In Murder Case Karle Wynekoop was freed today on a charge of being an acessory before the fact in ihe murder of his wife Uheta. His release came as a surprise as the state suddenly dropped the case against him. Fol- lowing his release he visited his mother, who is also being held in connection with the case, and then went to the home of a friend in suburban Chicago. -*•' r- STRAMD — TODAY and WED.— 2 — F E A T U R E S — 2 f^THE MOST DISCUSSED WOMAN Of THIS VEPY MODERN ACEtf ;» DUNNE Ulofc&i HUSTON EDNA WAY OLIVER BRUCE CABOT CONRAD NAGEL M SINCLAIR LEWIS* world sweeping nova] ... a dramatic thunderbolt on the rcreen! -FEATURE NO. 2- A W1LO CRAZY NIGHTMARE OF FUN! Slim Summerville Andy Devine Leila Hyams HORSE PLAY' LATEST NEWS FLASHES A CHANCE ON THE . . . STUDEBAKER WITH EACH ADULT ADMIS- SION AND WITH EACH 25c PURCHASE WITH THE CO- OPERATING MERCHANTS FRIEDMAN'S LADIES' SHOPS Join the Men's Shop In a Sensational Sale STARTING THIS MORNING Coat NEW CLOTH and FUR COATS AT TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS jjw Sample Coats ... You'll find luxurious real %f fur ... Ascots, Shawls, back flung collars ^. ... Coats that rightly would sell for twice M this price or better. « '4 UP They're individual • • • . . Smart new styles .. Every dress brand new sational prices. Hundreds of them offered at sen- .95 .95 .95 g A Christmas Gift from FRIEDMAN'S SHOPS Will Be a Memorable One. Give 8- X Something to Wear This Christmas.... Something to Enjoy After Christmas Is Gone if AN AMAZING SALE THAT WILL BREAK ALL RECORDS FOR THE YEAR Save from 33J* to 50* s? x x y Thrilling Savings x x X FRIEDMAN'S STORES SELL DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE X X XiL m XiL n X X X X X X X *'i K X X\ . X •Sft' *• X X- X X- X x- X- X -IV X X X X X X X X •'J* Thrilling Styles x x X X s Us

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