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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914.
fm I LABOR IS FAVORED IN NEW TRUST BILL Smart-New-Desirable Women's Balmacaans "The Busy Little Store" SPEC AL Friday and Saturday i 2Sc doz- 2 1-2 dozen for 50c IMPORTED SWITZER CHEESE 30c lb. Russo s Superior Coffee ib. I LL HIV II I I M -"T IWOI IUI V Thic ie thn finnct nnffan -1 1110 IO 1Mb lillbOl UUIIbU we can buy. Try a nnnnfl onrl n uthnt- a. puunu aiiu occ Hiiai a cup of real good cot fee is. ' Smart dressers wear Balmacaans -they are comfortable, stylish and dressy. Our display is complete and has the best of K r material in mixtures, with XfW (U 1 VT slit pockets or with patch O0(lj) "P pockets. Choice at . . . . S1.98 Separate Skirts New Styles, Best Materials; A separate skirt is a necessity- -select from our stylish display and you'll get a choice model. Scotch plaids in various color combinations serges in plain and fancy colors. Whipcords, Bedford Cords) etc., all new and in all sizes. EARSOBfS 52 W. Main St. City Hall Bld6' jp AMENDMENT TO BILL TO IMPROVE HARBOR Bridgeport Will Benefit by Proposed Mange in Legislation. (Special to the Herald.) Washington, D. C, April 17. Steps are being taken to . have an amend ment placed in the rivers and har bors bill soon to be passed by con gress providing for the improvements of Bridgeport harbor, recommended recently by the chief of engineers of the United States army. It is understood that the report from the army engineers, recom mending the' "expenditure of about $173,000 for further improvements at Bridgeport, was hurried at the war department so that it could be pre sented to congress in time to, have the project included in the rivers and harbors bill of this session.. The rec ommendation for the improvement is so strong, it is believed, that con gress will make the appropriation : if the project , is . sufficiently pushed. That Congressman Donovan and either Senators McLean or Brande gee will give the necessary impetus, there is little doubt. There, is an obstacle in the "economy program" which congressional leaders are push ing, that program being directed against enlargements of the already large budgets of expenditures. -According to the present plans the senate committee on commerce will probably be asked to give a hearing for the consideration of the recom mendations for further improvements at Bridgeport. With the army en gineers' report to back It, it is hoped the project will get favorable action by the committee. BEST CEYLON TEA 35c lb. illside reamerv liter lb. 3 1-2 lbs, for SI FRESH MADE, SWEET AND DE LICIOUS. THIS IS BETTER DIITTCD TUAU AUV ATUCD CTnBf a u rm j n IN THIS CITY SELLS FOR BEST sfusseii y ros. 301 MAIN 'STREET. test You Forget NO MONEY DOWN $1 PER WEEK Spring Apparel of Quality For The Complete Family ' No Money Down $1.00 Per Week To enter a store and to se lect what you wish and to sim ply say "Charge it' is a con venience known to few outside of the many customers of the Home of Cheerful Credit. ; . We invite you to open an ac count today and at the same time inspect our spring' dis-plays. Men's Black Suits, Always Stylish, $12.75 up A black suit for a man is always in style always dressy and always correct. We have them In plain black and in pencil stripe as well as the new mix tures. All sizes and the newest patterns. no Boys' Serge Suits $3.98 up. We want every parent to see our display of new Spring Suits for the boys Knickerbocker styles as well as double breasted effect "in all wodl materials. Fine blue serges too. i 7 IMhs, Oinner, arc Htt EmiKci fira PrMm Know Cheerful Credit-It Pays Men's Hats $2:00 Hats for all the men: thn nw mnnic i and the best in derbies, in both dark and light shades. All sizes. In caps our display is , complete -checks, plain and fancy patterns 50c and up. Women's $20 Smart Suits, $14 75 Handsome garments and a lucky early season bargain for every woman who will profit by this offer. Suits in granite cloth material 'With the new raglan shoulder and seven-eight sleeves and finished with fancy cuffs. Skirt is prettily draped on both sides. Big bargain at $14.75. r Women's Balmacaans $9.98 The smar coats are the balmacaans and we show them in the largest variety and in the best materials- checks and mixtures. Choice, of slit pockets or the new patch pocket effect. Stylish Waists $3.98 Crepe meteor figured waists in old rose, green, navy and Copenhagen, also blue V neck and short sleeves and drop shoulders. Big value, you will agree, at $3.98. t.A M. SIMON Washington, D. CL, April 17. A revised administration trust bill, part lv complying , with the demand of or ganized labor that-it be exempted from prosecution under the Sherman law, has been introduced in the house hy Representative -Clayton, chairman of the judiciary committee. Representative P. Covington of Maryland presented a, report oh be half of the interstate commerce com mission urging the passage of a bill creating a trade commission, which shall preserve competitive conditions, but not regulate monopoly or control prices. The new Clayton trust measure ha3 been approved by : President Wilson, and preparations will be made at once to pass it in the house. Consideration of the new bill was begun by the judi ciary committee ; yesterday. The leaders say that a report will be made to the house within the next ten days. Iabor- Provisions Main Feature. The outstanding feature of the anti trust program is found in the pro visions dealing with labor. In the Clayton bill President Wilson gives formal notice that he is opposed to exempting organized labor and volun tary associations . of farmers from prosecution under the antitrust laws. Section 6. Of the Clayton bill gives a legal status to union labor as at pre sent organized, but loeg not exempt it from prosecution for; acts that are de clared by the antitrust laws to be illegal. As' a further concession to labor Chairman Clayton emibod led in the bill provisions limiting the power of the federal courts in issuing Injunc tions and providing jury trials in cases of indirect contempt. The Clayton bill provides that labor unions as well as other "mutual" or ganizations "not having capital stock or conducted for profif" shall not be restrained ''from carrying out the legitimate objects pf such associa tions.' This does not stop prosecur tions of labor unions if they commit acts that 1 are held by the bill to be illegal. "Personal Guilt" Standard Held. . Throughout the bill offered recently the priciple of "personal guilt" is ap plied to all offenses that are held to be unlawful In the revised program Chairman Clayton has softened the provisions prohibiting interlocking di rectorates and holding companies. The tentative "holding company" bill was criticised on the ground that it placed obstacles in the way of ex tensions that business men said in no wise menaced the public welfare. The substitute provisions proposed in this . regard are aimed only ut ..what . are known as "bad" holding companies. Section 7 prohibits . a corporation from acquiring control over a com petitor where suqh acquisition might tend to the creation of a monopoly in any. line of business. The prohibi tion does not apply to corporations purchasing stock solely for invest ment purposes. Violation of the holding company prohibition is made punishable by a fine of not exceeding $5,000, or im prisonment for one year, or both. Bars Interlocking Directorates. Important crtanges were made in the provisions relating to interlock ing directorates. The tentative bill dealing with this subject prohibited interlocking directorates among banks regardless of capitalization. The Clay ton bill excepts all banks with re sources of less than $2,500,000 from the application of the proposed law. There is another new section af fecting private bankers and trust companies in all cities with a popula tion in excess of 100,000. This reads as follows: "No bank, banking association or trust company organized and doing business in any city or town of more than 100,000 inhabitants , shall have as-'a director or other officer or em ploye any private banker or any di rector or other officer or employe of any other bank, banking association, or trust company located in the same place." Violation of the prohibition against interlocking . directorates is made punishable by a fine of $100 a day for each day of continuance or by im prisonment for such period as thb court may designate, not exceeding one year, or both. Court Power Remains Iimited. ,The provisions limiting the power of the courts in issuing injunctions and punishing for contempt are the same as those that were carried in the bills on these subjects that were passed by the democratic house in the sixty-second congress. Section 14 provides that no injunction shall be issued- without notice unless it should appear to the court that the giving of such notice would result in "imme diate and irreparable injury." In such cases a temporary restrain ing order may be issued "without no tice. Such order shall expire within ten days after its issuance, and "shall define the injury feared and state why it was irreparable and why the order , was granted without notice." DONOVAN TO RETIRE. X. Y. Athletic Club Boxing Instructor to Be Placed on Pension List. New York, April 17. Mike Dono van, instructor in boxing at the New York Athletic club, for thirty years, is to be retired on half 'pay after September 1. In appreciation of the generosity of the club, Donovan has presented the organization with many trophies, of his ring victories, together with his collection of sporting prints, one of the most unique and complete in the country. After Easter Mark-Oown Sale Of anna Spiring mho Simiaptt Sttyle Siuiitts, Coatls, Dresses and Separatte SMrlls Come tomorrow prepared to purchase the greatest values of the season. 50 Spring Suits that were $25.00 .... .NOW $18.50 100 Spring Suits that were $16.50 .... .NOW $J JQQ 60 Balmacaan Coats that were $7.98 . .NOW $450 80 Crepe de Chine Waists, $1.98 values NOW 93 c 130 White Waists that were 98c NOW 59 c 200 Separate Skirts that were $2.98 NOW $ 100 Children's Coats, 2 to 6 years, at, each $1 .00 And Many Other Items Not Advertised. ' . 973 MAIN ST. COROf CHURCH. Green Trading Stamps Free. The Always Busy Store. Glass of Salts if Your' neys Hurt. Eat Less Meat If You Feel achy or Have Bladder Trouble. Kid-1 Back. Meat forms uric acid which excites and , overworks the kidneys in their efforts to filter it from the system. Regular eaters of meat must flush the kidneys occasionally. You must relieve them like you relieve your bowels; removing all the acids, waste and poison, else you reel a dull mis ery in the kidney region, sharp pains in the back or sick headache, dizzi ness, your stomach sours, tongue is coated and when the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment; the channels often get irritated, obliging you to get up two or three times dur ing the night. To neutralize these irritating acids and flush off the body's urinous waste get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a table spoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act line and blad der disorders disappear. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lith ia, and has been used for gen erations to clean and stimulate slug gish kidneys and stop bladder irri tation. Jad Salts is inexpensive; harmless and makes a delightful ef fervescent lithia water drink which millions of men and women take now and then, thus avoiding serious kid ney and bladder diseases. A. B. JOHNSON, D. D. S. DENTIST National Bank Building. Your Charge Account Solicited SPECIAL SALE NEW SPRUNG RUGS Special care has been given to the selection of our spring dis play of rugs the finest patterns are on display and in the best of oriental and floral designs we want you to see this display . and tomorrow with the special prices that rule you will be well repaid for any trip that you may make to this store. $10.50 Seamless Brussels Rug, 9x12 $12.08 $13.50 Seamless Brussels Rug, 8-3x10-0 , $9.08 $25.00 Seamless Wilton Rugs, 0x12 $17.08 $19.75 Wilton Velvet Rugs, 8-8x10-0 , . . . $11.98 TIME TO BUY LINOLEUMS Linoleums are a most durable floor covering especially if it is of the good kind. Our stock of Inlaid Linoleums reflects the best patterns and the finest quality. Prices are low, too. Printed linole ums are a big line with 'us and we sel a lot of them. Again we" can say of the best patterns and colorings and of the best quality. INLAID $1.49 quality , $1.19 IXIiAID $1.25 quality $1.05 IXLAID $1.05 quality ; $ .90 PRINTED 75c quality $ .6J PRINTED 65c quality. ; $ .52 PRINTED 59c quality $ .45 Window display of sensational brass bed values $22.50 brass bed, $13.98. -for instance, HERRUIP'S "The Complete Housefurnishinfi Store 1052-1054 Main Street, Corner Morgan. Hartford. EREAD BAKED FRESH EVERY DAY " The piles of bread we dispose of would be amazing if it were not for the character of the bread. THOSE WHO EAT OUR BREAD do not have to be told of its good ness and the number is growing every day. The longer you keep from trying a loaf the more you are missing a perfect bread treat. Remember It Is NAUGMTON'S S61 Main Street. 4 as REMIER, PICKHARDT & DU 127 MAIN STREET. OPPOSITE ARCH. TELEPHONE 317-2. SPECIAL SALE OF WHITE MUSLIN PETTICOATS AT $1.00 These are of unusual value, made . of fine materials and trimmed with handsome embroidery or fine laces. Cu on the latest models, including the new tango style. These skirts are worth $1.50. Other special values in Muslin Underwear, including Gowns, Corset Covers, Combinations, Princess Slips and Drawers. Also extra sizes in Gowns, Skirts and Drawers. THE NEW CORSETS FOR SPRING MODES This store features all of the best known makes. You Will Be Interested In Our Showing of SEPARATE SIORTS and Our New Models of Waist which are coming In almost dally. rs