NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, . WEDNESDAY, DECEMBbK 29, .una.,:
e Him Father John's
Ine and Now He
her of these little boy
have, a son pf five years old
bad cold and It left htm
igh, and the doctor told me
hold' left him with lung
W friend told me to try
jhn's, and I did, and that la
k ago and the cough nas
kid he is getting fat. I write
to help some other little one
k like my son was". (Signeaj
jSlpe, 3085 Welkei street,
John's Medicine is sale tor
tally,; because it does not con.
ol or dangerous drugs, but is
Lnd wholesome nourishment.
Elect Officers to Have Charge
' Other Societies Meet
be held at the next meeting and will
be conducted by Deputy tenry weasels.
Sometime next September there
will be a big convention in this city of
various French societies about the
state under the auspices of the St.
Jean de Baptistc society. Already plans
are being made for this event and last
night a mass meeting was held at
which the following were elected to
a general committee on arrangements:
Fred Roy, D. Duby, Miss Florida
Charland, .Philias Gagnier, Joseph Be
loin, Joseph Arbour, David Beloin,
Alcide Derby, Mrs. Alcide Derby, Mrs.
Joseph Arbour, Mrs. David Beloin,
Miss Victoria Doucette, Mrs. Fred
Charland, Mrs. Stephen Charland and
The committee appointed the fol
President David Beloin.
Vice president D. Duby.
Second vice president Alcide Der
by. Secretary Miss Florida Doucette.
Treasurer Philias Gagnier.
Old Tear, but and the New
t Fireman's ball, - Hanna's
ton lodge will hold Its seml-
lectton of officers tomorrow
The third degree will be
H on a class of candidates.
e meeting the entertainment
Be win serve clam cnowaer
rs. A full attendance is ex-
tavanaugh shop, 40 Pratt St-,
H. in their sale this week are
greatest values in Suits, Serge
and Skirts advt.
William T. Schofield, and
rs, Elsie and Susan, of Spring-
e visiting Mrs. Schofield's par-
. and Mrs. John L. Lorenius of
ry street. Mrs. scnoneid win
o Springfield the latter part of
, Iyal Association.
Officers to serve the Loyal Associa
tion during the coming year were
elected last night as follows:
Councillor Albert F. Corbin.
Vice counsillor H. Dayton Hum
phrey. Past Councillor F. L. Ives.
Recorder Oliver N. Judd.
Treasurer G. E. Root.
Orator H. H. Wheeler.
Collector Arthur W; Upson.
Chaplain E. J. Skinner.
Marshal Carl S. Neumann.
Guard Eugene J. Porter.
Sentry; O. I. Davis.
Trustees H. Dayton Humphrey, Al
bert F. Corbin and Eugene J. Porter.
The councillor and orator were ap
pointed a committee to arrange for
the annual banquet, which probably
will take place the fourth Tuesday in
January at the New Britain club.
Ij STATISTICS FOR YEAR.
bipllation of vital statistics for
r has been made at the town
office at the request of Pub-
lth 1 Commissioner 'Francis E.i
lak of Buffalo, N. Y, The flg-
Ir . the year are . baseds on 1, the
or the .first' eleven months. In.
me "there ; were 1,792 births
for the year would total 1,955,"
of ten over last year. - Deaths
or 11 months 527, which for the
vould amount to 575. Last
Ihe total was 620. Infant mor-
has apparently, decreased. Last
Jthe infant deaths totaled 218
182 for, this year. Pulmon-
bereulosis caused 8 4 deaths last
gainst 32 thus far in 1915. Two
from typhoid were recorded
ear and none last year and there
even deaths from diphtheria
ear and Ave In 1914.
$ WE GROW OLDER
Washington L. Morgan Lodge.
Following are the officers elected to
various positions at the meeting of
Washington L. Morgan lodge, K. of P.,
Chancellor commander Edgar M.
Vice chancellor R. H. Ripple.
Prelate E. R. Barbour.
' Master of work Thomas Dyson.
Keeper of records and seal George
Master of finance C. W. Bailey.
Master of exchequer C. H. Clark.
Master at arms A. H. Petts.
Inner guard Richard Yung.
Outer guard Fred Carlson.
Representative for two years Fred
Alternate E. A. Loufersweiler.
Trustee three years John A. Dolan.
Auditing committee 'E. M. Wood,
R. II . Ripple, A. F. Mitchell.
('Organist C. F. Carlson.
. The j installation will be held next
Tuesday evenjng and will be conduct
ed by District Deputy Chancellor Com
mander Leon H. Hall of Bristol.
A committee of three was appointed
to arrange for a series of winter's en
tertainments on alternate meeting
nights with Lincoln Lodge of Hartford.
minds are quite as active as in
r years but our strength does not
nd when we need it most; perhaps
kidneys are weak, the liver torpid,
Vnatic pains . or " stiffened joints
r us, and we cannot easily throw
tie colds that winter brings.
hat we need is the rich cod liver oil
hott's Emulsion to renew the blood
arry strength to every organ of the
while its glycerine soothes the res-
pry tract, and its hypophosphites
hgthen the excitable nerves,
cott's Emulsion is a scientific oil-
H, of unusual benefit to those past
years particularly during the
Her seasons, it imparts warmth and , mon.
ItM atwmrth ' nno hnH i m l nrovi collector-
worth. No alcohol or harmful drugs. I
Scott & Bowne, Bloomficld, N. J. 15-36 j
Iron City Lodge.
At the annual meeting of Iron
City lodge, N. E. O. P., officers were
elected as follows:
Warden Mrs. A. F. Schade.
Vive warden Mrs. Susan Barth.
Recording secretary J. L. Case.
Financial secretary William E.
Treasurer Charles Deming.
Guide John Wright.
Chaplain Mrs Ella Preston.
Guard Thomas Taylor.
Sentinel Arthur Whltbeck.
Trustee J. L. Case.
Representatives to grand lodge
Mrs. A. F. Schade and J. L. Case.
Alternates Thomas Taylor and
Eintracht lodge, D. O. II
chosen the following officers:
President William Ziegler.
Vice president John Reicher.
Secretary Louis Lehr.
Treasurer John Hiltpold.
Financial secretary Emil H.
Degree of Pocahontas
Following are the officers elected
by Jndianola Council, D. of P.:
Pocahontas Mrs. Abbie Orcutt.
Winona Mrs Blckerton.
Prophetess Mrs. Dora Buell.
Powhatan Fred Sparks.
Keeper of records Mrs. Jessie C.
Keeper of wampum Mrs. Mary
Collector of wampum Mrs. Clara
First trusteeFred Sparks.
Second Mrs.' Agnes. Brewer.
Third Mrs. Cora Berkinshaw.
The installation will take place at the
next meeting. ,
Viking Athletic Club.
The Viking Athletic club has elect
ed its officers as follows:
Vice president Joel Larson.
Recording secretary Walter Nel
son. Financial secretary John John
Treasurer Enoch Johnson.
Press committee Walter Nelson,
Frank Ohlson, Edward Peterson, M.
Hoglund, M. Ewstrand. It was roted
to join the Y. M. C. A. basketball
league. The club will keep open house
New Year's Eve.
"Under Cover," Lyceum theater.
Vaudeville and Moving Pictures,
Public Christmas tree exercises,
Special meeting Common Council,
St. Elmo lodge, K. of P., meets in
Men's Society Swedish Bethany
church, meets in church parlors.
Phenix lodge, I. O. O. F., meets In
Jr. O. IT. A. M. hall.
Andree lodge, I. O. O. F., meets in
Stanley Post G. A. R., meets In G.
A. R. hall.
Ex-Councilman and Mrs. Elliott An
nounce Engagement of Daughter.
Ex-Councilman arid Mrs. George E.
Elliott of Kelsey street have an
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Evelyn Louise, to Ray
mond Dwight Alderman, son of Mrs.
Stella A. Alderman of Slater road. No
date has been set for the wedding.
Miss Elliott is employed at the of
fice of Landers, Frary & Clark. Mr.
Alderman is employed in the cost de
partment of the Corbin Cabinet Lock
FIRST CHURCH BOYS
WIN SCOUT PLAQUE
Trustee for eighteen months
Adam Maier. The Installation will
BKIKS CO., MAIN TRECT
Score Thirty-Nine Points in Meet at
State Armory Baptist Church
The first local competitive indoor
meet of the various divisions of the
Boy Scouts was held last evening at
the state armory, and a large and ap
preciative audience was In attendance
to watch the work of the boys. Lib
eral applause greeted the athletes for
their efforts. There was but one
prize to be contested for, a plaque do
nated by W. W. Leland, and this was
captured by Troop No. 4, composed
of members of the First Congrega
tional church, who scored 39 points.
Troop No. 9 of the First Baptist
church was second with 31 points and
Troop No. 1 of the Y. M. C. A. was
third with 16 points.
The following is the result of the
various events: "A" events, scout
craft. Troop No. 4, first; Troop No. 7.
second; Berlin Troop, third; first aid
race, Troop No. 9, first; Troop No. 4,
second; Morse signalling, Troop No.
4, first; Troop No. 1, second; sema
phone signalling, Troop No. 4, first;
Troop No. 9, second; knot tying,
Troop No. 9; stretcher making, Ber
lin Troop, first; Troop No. 7, second;
equipment race, Troop No. 1, first:
Troop No. 7, second; Troop No. 8,
"B" events: Pacing, Troop No. 9;
rescue race, Troop No. 9, first; Troop
No. 8, second; patrol signal towe.
roce, Troop No. 4, first: Berlin, sec
ond; Paul Revere race, Troop No. 4,
first; Troop No. 2, second; Troop No.
7, third. The method of scoring was
as follows: "A" events, first place, 8
points: second, 5 points: third, 3
points; "B" events, first place 5 points;
second, 3 points; third, 1 point.
BRITISH PRISONERS AT SOFIA.
Paris, Dec. 29, 11:15 a. m. A Havas
dispatch from Athens quotes Bulga
rian newspapers as announcing the ar
rival at Sofia of British nrisoners of
war, who, it is said, were marched
through the street amid' hostile dem
onstrations on the part of the people.
When a cold hits you in the head or
throat, it's hard to get rid of it.
Don't experiment. Break it up
with Hale's Honey of Horehound
and Tar. Prompt and effective.
AH druggists, 25cts. a bottle.
Try Piktt'a Toothfteh Drop
ry We Want Your
' PICTURE FRAMING
and we guarantee complete satisfaction, unexcelled
workmanship and lowest possible prices in the city.
GIVE US A TRIAL
THE JOHN BOYLE COMPANY
3 and 5 Frtnklin Square. Ilea Britain, Conn.
HALLINAN BREAD & ICE CREAM CO.
A DOIiliATt SAVED IS A DOLLAR EARNED.
Make this your New Year's resolution to add all your saved
Dollars to your Husband's earnings and, Watch the weekly In
Our Delicatessen Department will help you.
We serve your Dinner Table from Entree to Nuts.
Chicken Croquettes c each
Codfish Cakes 3 for 5c
We will also have the following Salads:
Cold Slaw Macaroni
We make them Daily.
In Our Baking Dcartment we will have the following for you
Chop Suey 15c per Doz.
Parker House Rolls 10c per Doz.
Watch the Housekeepers Bread Sale, 4c a Loaf.
While in our Store do not forget that we are now making a Com
plete line of Cream Goods of all kinds: Cream Puffs, Chocolate
Eclairs, Charlotte Roussc, etc.
They are all Delicious. Try Them.
The Young Lady at our Candy Counter will have the following
for you tomorrow:
Vanilla Cocoa nut Caramels 23c per Lb.
Chocolate Cocoanut Caramels 23c per Lb.
Fruit Rock in Assorted Flavors 23c per Lb.
Chocolate Coated Dates 33c per lib.
All Our Own Make Candies. Buy From the Maker.
ICE CREAM DEPARTMENT
"SAFETY FIRST ON OUR ICE CREAM"
Orders Delivered to all parts of the city.
Call 906 for Prompt Delivery.
HALLINAN BREAD &
ICE CREAM CO. 14sg
EXONERATED, BUT IS
Estate of Sven August Carlson Sues
John Agren for $10,000
Despite the fact that the police, the
prosecuting attorney, Medical Exam
iner Harry Elcock and Dr. E. T.
Fromen were unanimous in declaring
that the death of Sven August Carl
son was due to natural causes and was
not in the least coincident with a fight
With John A. Agren of 466 Church
street, C. Adrian Carlson, adminis
trator of the estate. Is holding Agren
responsible and last night Deputy
Sheriff M. D. Stockwell attached prop
erty of Agren for $10,000. The writ
was made out by Kirkham & Cooper
J and is returnable before the superior
court on the first Tuesday in January.
On the evening of December 20
Carlson and Agren were in a fight in
Anderson's Park street saloon. It Is
alleged that Agren knocked Carlson
down and beat him as he lay on the
floor. After the fight Carlson went
home and the next morning he died
suddenly. The plaintiff claims that
the man died as a result of the beating.
The auhtorities In their in
vestigation found that while Agren J
serious as was pictured and Carlson
was able to go home alone. At home
he did several duties about the house
and then retired. Death was due to
a shock resulting from uraomic pois
oning, to which the deceased had been
subject for some time.
there will be room for a company
store-room and kitchens as well as
other rooms. Fire escapes will be
installed and the living apartments of
the sergeant in charge will be altered.
Electrical alterations will be made by
the Thomas A. Stewart company of
Hartford. J. O. Mills & company of
this city have the plumbing and heat
ing contract and Lewis A. Miller of
Meriden has the building contract.
CRAZY OR ONLY DRUNK?
Police Wondering About Condition of
Peter Krot of Grove Street.
Whether Peter Krot of 42 Grove
street is really crazy or is simply
drunk, is a question with which the
police are concerned today. Last
night he rushed out of his boarding
place and fled down the street clad
only in his underclothes. When Of
ficers Hart and McCabe arrested him
he declared that fellow boarders were
going to shoot him and he wanted
protection. He was locked up for safe
Today friends of Krot visited the
police station and declared that he has
been drinking too heavily of late.
TO REPAIR LOCAL ARMORY.
Quarters of Company E and I, C. N.
G., Will Be Put in Better Condition.
Contracts were let at the adjutant
general's office yesterday for much
needed repairs at the New Britain
State armory where are quartered
Companies E and I, C. N. G. Work
will be started about March 1.
Whiton & McMahon of Hartford
will install new toilets and a new heat
ing system and further excavations
will be made in the basement so that
CHILDREN'S HOME PARTY.
The annual Christmas entertain
ment of the Children's Home was
held at the South church yesterday
afternoon but instead of having Santa
Claus appear, presents were sent to
the home prior to the entertainment.
A Christmas tree gorgeously decorat
ed was the chief attraction and a pro
gram of carols and recitations was
carried out. The children rendered
the opening number after which Rev.
Howard S. Fox offered prayer. Piano
numbers were rendered by Louis
Chapman and Miss Mildred Anderson
gave violin selections, accompanied
by Miss Clara Olcott. At the close
of the entertainment supper was
served in the dining room and there
were games around the Christmas
SCHOOL JANITOR APPOINTED.
John B. Hawksvvorth of 652 Stanley
street has received the appointment as
janitor of the new Vocational High
school. There were a number of
candidates for the place. Mr. Hawks
worth will commence his duties about
the first vt the year:
CROWDS OF CUSTOMERS ARE TAKING
ADVANTAGE OF OOl
MANUFACTURER'S SALE OF
AT ABOUT ONE-HALF LESS THAN
Hundreds or New, Stylish, Seasonable and
Desirable Coats and Suits Now
On Sale At
We Mention a Few of the Many Great
AT SACRIFICE PRICES. "-- '
COATS, regular prices up to $9.98, sale price..... Qg
COATS, regular prices up to $15.00, sale price $7 50
COATS, regular prices up to $19.75, sale price $9 98
COATS, regular prices up to $25.00, sale price 50
COATS, regular prices up to $32.50, sale price. .... 75
FLUSH COATS, values up to $37.50. f 1 Q 7C
sale price $ IV t D AND
AT EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTIONS.
SUITS, regular prices up to $25.00, sale price $9 98
SUITS, regular prices up to $27.50, sale price $12 50
SUITS, regular prices up to $32.50, sale price. .. .. 75
SUITS, regular prices up to $35.00, sale price 75
SUITS, regular prices up to $89.75, sale price $19 75
In Quality, Styles and Varieties, This
SALE of COATS and SUITS
For MISSES AND WOMEN
si rpasses anything we have ever offered!
The assortment embraces the best of the
season's models and practically every kind
o" fabric and color. Long, loose flowing
stjlcs are the most popular and many are fur
(rimmed. As an instance in reference to the
greatly reduced prices we quote the follow
ing: $39.00 Suits Ar; Selling $Q 95
?2Pi 0 Coats Are Seliing $ 1 7 75
Viit us early to insure a bette r selection.
TT PATS TO 1WY OUR KIND KAJtTrolUB
ASYLUM ST. Oonncttu$r with 140 TBUOT1TLL SZ
CHRISTMAS GIVING PARTY.
First 'Church Sunday School Will Hold
The Christmas giving party of the
First Church Sunday school will be
held this evening at 7:80 in the chap,
el. Those who are to liave part in the
pageant "Bethlehem" have been work
ing hard for a number of weeks and
the dress rehearsal yesterday showed
the pageant to be a very interesting
Following are those who take part:
Bethlehem girls Harriett Flagg.
Doth a White, Har.el Don ren wend.
Ruth Schaofcr. Knma Fchaefer. Mar
joy Baldwin, Dorothy Booth, Agnes
Hall. Virginia Slade, Helen Beach.
Chorus Doris Bradley, Mildred
Church. May Dohrenwend, Edith Hall.
Wise men Herbert Heinecke, Hen
ry Wheeler, Harold Latham.
Innkeeper Wells Williams.
Shepherds Russell Elliot, Elcott
Bethlehem boys Curtia Christ,
Howard Mitchell, Dudley Felt, Henry
Christ, Kendal Mills.
The girls taking part are members
of the Girl Scouts and the boys are
members of the Boy Scouts.
The full progrnm Is an follows:
Opening song, "Hark the Herald
Angels Sing." .!...
Welcome and explanation of tho
giving party . .Rev. Henry W. Maicr
Pageant. "Bethlehem ...........
Presentation by classes of gifts
brought for needy children .....
Members of the Junior, IntermedJ
ate and Senior departmtnts of thl
ng. "It Came Upon the Midnight 3
Clear." ....... ... I
To Creditors and Noteholders:
The First National Bank of JMaln
ville, located nl riainville In lhf St1
of Connecticut, is cloflng up
affairs. All noteholders and oth-
rr.ifltnra of no r n KftrtMa t Inn are tnfn
fore hereby notified to present th?
notes or other claim ufcrir"1 mo
sociatlon for payment. r
A. A. MacLKOD.
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proves it 25c at all druggist
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