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V-'NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY; JANUARY!!
CLA Classified advertise ments get the business. They cost but little. ONLY ONE CENT A WORD. Something to sell, a iK Inc. tenement or a room to 1c a Word Minimum Charge 20c CASH IN ADVANCE This is not a question of credit Bookkeeping, billing and postage cost more than the price of the little advt. and in eliminating this work we save the advertiser money. rent? Use the HERALD classified column. ONLY ONE CENT A WORD. Hartford 3) A Mnic PRICES SSHFSED) 4 , 5 ma riiuiiti nl can b There are EKTH that during selling for are o-ikint; Jen in vfti w pre-war of extra g, bleached xOG. iessks i ii a uniall alue. thin lot UAN i: Polmnrm, .mil He rue. The Bargain Basement -the Time to .Come to the 4 - tf H am easement wnite oaie lrt Advantacre of HICK TOWIXH 15c 7 I OK $1 Theao nro extra heavy Huck Towel nnd nro hloachod snow white. Sire 10x.W. IILAXKKTM 73c Thin lot contains tome ullghtly Imperfect pieces, but nothing to mar their durability. Theae come In pretty color of tan and Ki-ey with blue and pink bor dera. Bbee 04x70. Of extra heavy quality. Then are real bargain! I'ONCilJi; WAISTS AT $2.95 Former Trice $3 .OS Of Kood quality pongee In these pretty model plain tailored with plaits down the front and collar to be worn high or low; Teter l'an collar with plaited front and one with roll collar. MUX'S WOKK SI (HITS $1.00 Tho price on Men'a Work Shirts are now at their bottom. In I hi lot we offer blue cham brny nnd drnlm Shirt. Well made. In a full range of nlzea. -Til II I IT WEEK Protecting Yourself and Family, by Ufe Insurance . HUMPHREY . , 1 1 t ' i t N. H. NAT. IIAXK DtTILDINU lc are looking for a moderate House, You can't pick many up r than hen's teeth We have one for $5,500 and one on Fairview Both good buys. Will 'Help i:unMH'.H Mar lug Children. REAL ESTATE CO. mo.vr an nooMs sos-i haxk budo. RITERS RENTED LL MAKES and Adding Machine Supplies X TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE Main St. Tel. 612 s Use Herald Classified Ads. 71 - O 1 i Our Bargains CHILDREN'S FLANNELETTE GOWNS 79c Sizes from 0 to 10. A good grade heavy flannelette In neat blue nnd pink stripe, formerly sold for around $1.25. Cut full and wide. IIUNGAIX1W APRONS 95c In striped and checked ging ham, also extra large gizea in indigo blue, all at this price. SATEEN PETTICOATS 95c A large assortment In black and navy, regular and extra sizes In good quality sateen, all at this price. All sizes. WOMEN'S KNIT UNION SUITS 95c. Our regular $1.45 grade re duced to 95c. Sleeveless, with either knee or ankle length. Sizes 30 and 38 only. If you wear this size don't miss this opportunity. XZ1I GOV. SPROUL WOULD LEVY TAX ON COAL Penna. Executive Gives Methods ol Increasing Revenne Harrlwburjrh. Pa., Jan. 18. An ad valorem tux of four cents a ton on hlturninniiM coal produced at the mtnea and elRht cent a ton on- anthracite Is recommended by Governor Sproul to iuIa' revenues to meet the increasing: in"'d of elate irovernmont. SuKROwtlnp thla in his triennial mcs aaire to the k-jjlslaturo today, Oovfcrn or Pproul said It should be accompan ied by legislation which would prevent the addition of lancer sums than were actually paid to the cost of coal to the consumer iui a compensation for taxes. The tax would bo widely distribut ed, tho Kovernor said, and a large pro portion would como from toene-ficiar-les of Pennsylvania's natural resourc es livlnK outside the state. The tax would yield about $16,000,000. lie also sug-Kested consideration of a one or two mUl tax on the capital etock of thoso corporations which are exempt from state taxea of capital issues. An increase of ono per cent inheritance taxes, making: tho rate six per cent upon collateral Inheritances and three per cent upon direct inheri tances la another auggestlon. ;ov rnfr Sproul alo advocated a stato license tax of five centH per square foot on billboards and other advertising lgns erected upon prop erty other than that owned or occupied by the advertisers. "If half of this tax should be returned to the counties, whoso people have to endure those signs thero would be some compensa tion for their unsightly obtrusion into the landscape." 1j said. On prohibition enforcement he ex pressed the opinion that the Brooks atate hijrh license law should not be repealed, and necessary enforcement provisions should be added to meet present conditions. Decision on soldiers bonuses, the governor4 said, might be deferred un- ' -i -had acted.. There is soma -ht 0f th legislature AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE One Ifadnon 8nper-8lx ooupe lette. one Ford 118 touring. II. C. Rudolph, 123 Cherrr St.. New Britain. Conn. l-17-5dx FOK SALK Keo Touring;, starter, electric lights, good tire. $250. 1ft Main Street. 'I'hone 484. 1-16-6J HAVE YOUR AUTO OVERHAULED now, before the spring rush. Estimates given and work guaranteed. We make a special ty of repairing wrecked cars. Nela J. Nel un. Kast fide Oarage, til Eat St. l-12-6dx FOR BALE KIHSKL COUrE (Two topa) OLDNMORILE TOURING. BL'ICK ROADSTER CHEVROLET (Winter Top) FORD 8KUAN MAXWELL TOURING l'ACHAKD TOURING KEO TOURING Time payments arranged. TUB It, a B. MOTOR CO. IS Main St. Fboa 484. 10-M-tf FURN1S11KJD ROOM& TO RENT 8unny front room, all conven iences. Good location. It Lincoln St. Tel. 1184-3. l-13-6dx TO LET Furnished room, centrally located, 1 block from post office, heated. Tel. 1092-3. 10 Emmons Place. 1-lG-Sdx TO RENT Two front rooms with light housekeeping privileges to man and wifo or two young ladles. Apply 489 Main St. l-18-2d TO RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, centrally located, modern conveniences. Address Box X28X, Herald Office. 1-18-Sd PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER PUHLIC STENOGRAPHER All work care fully and neitly done. Will call for your dictation. Room 104, 87 West Main St.. Telephone lil. ' l-18-2dx I.KAVITT & HAYES. INC Bnlldlng nrpaunnc. BUILDERS IN WOOD. ERICS. STEEL, AND CONCRETE. Repairs of all kind. I Court St. Talepbcoaa S24I Mew Britain. Conn. IMS PIANO TEACHING Special attention to beginners. JOHN J. CREAN 13 Summer Street. Tel. 1209. Herbert E.Anderson Teacher of Violin 115 Dwlsht St. Tel. 1145-4. CROWLEY BROS. INC. PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 267 Chapman Street Tel. 755-12 Estimates cheerfully given on all jobs. MILL, PAY Hi:si' PIUCUS FOR AIjL KINDS Ol' JUNK nnd Second-Hand lurnlture L. ZELDES i in Wn,f sft-rct Toi. nss.o.i AUTOIST IS BADLY INJUREDJN CRASH Serious Accident Occurs at Comer of Wells Street An automobile driven by Frank Hayes of 53 North Main street, Bris tol, was wrecked last night when it crashed against a pole near Wella street. With Hayes at the time were Burton 8. Clark of 117 Retreat ave nue, Hartford, and Samuel Larson, of 114 Fairview Place. West Hartford. All three were bruised and cut, and fears are entertained that Clark may lose the sight of an eye. They were taken to the New Britain General hospital where their Injuries were treated. It required several stitches Jvfiinrs n-nii'iilt nn Mr. T T.n v' WANTED WANTED Crochet and handwork to do at home. Write p. Kin mod. 321 Main st- l-18-3dx ' WANTED Six room apartment, all Im provements, good location, for 3 adults. Address Herald, Box 15X. l-17-3dx WANTED By American couple, four or Ave furnlahed or unfurnished rooms. Central, all modern conveniences. Address tj. E. It.. Herald Box.. l-17-2dx WANTED Board and room by young American woman with little girl, threu years old. In private family where child will receive mother's care during day. Address Herald. Box X31X. l-lT-Udx WANTED Double reed, go-cart Immediate ly. Thonn 1613. l-17-2dx WANTED Use of small loan. .Willing "to pay good interest. Box ''Loan," Herlld. ROOM AND BOARD In private American family. Catholic preferred. In reply stat rates. Address Box 16B. Herald Office. l-15-3dx - 4 WANTED Work by the day or hour . Ad , dress Box 1W, Herald. l-15-3dx WANTED Public stenography, niultlgrupii addressing. We have every kind of mailing lists of city. Smith Business School, 378 Main St., Tel. 1728-2. l-14-12dx CLERKS (Men, women) orer 17, for Postal Mail Service. $180 month. Examinations January. Experience unnecessary. For free particulars, write J. Leonard (former Civil Service Examiner.) 43 Equitable Bldg., Washington, D. C. l-14-4dx VANTE1 Carpenter work and Jobbing of all kinds. No Job Is too small. W. G. Wlnans. C15 Stanley St., 'Phone 1862-13. l-13-d6x WANTED Work for one-ton truck. Trees removed at short notice. Tel. 1958. l-12-6dx WANTED 5 room tenement with improve ments, for three adults. Address Herald. liOX X20X. 1-12-tf HARD TIMES ARE OVER Let us overhaul your car. Expert mechanics at your service. Now that cold weather Is hero Is the time to have jour car overhauled. Come In and talk over your require ments. Wo always have bargains in used cars. HARRY 8TARKIE AUTO CO., 'Phone 1188. 1'hono 1188 287 Elm BUt Mew Britain, Conn. l-7-12dX DR. COOMBS The Naturcopnthla Physician and Chiropractor. Office Hours 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. 252 MAIS ST.. COIt. WEST MAIN. Telephone) 765. Dear Doctor, please use the follow ing: I was tubercular, tried all kinds ot doctors and methods, also change of climate, was finally taken to the Wild wood Sanitarium, was told there I could not live more than two months und allowed to come home to die. I then heard of you with the result that after three month treatment I was able to again take my position. I am still working and feeling good. Wm. ABATZ. ' 134 Curtis St., City. My methods quickly cures stubborn coughs and colds, also chest and lung diseases, asthma, heart trouble, faulty circulation, swollen glands, stomach and liver trouble, neuritis, sciatica or any form of rheumatism and if you wish a real beauty and lasting com plexion take my treatment for skin diseases. Electric treatments of all kinds, electric light baths with all forms of tho violet rays are given my patients when Indicated without additional cost. Working people and families are treated at J 1.50 per treatment until cured. Private woman's treating room with lady assistant in charge, 9 a, m. to 5 p. m. Wily not orw "ttAFnTl'V flRST" sL -VfL. ins...y NOTICE. SMITH BROS. Machine Shop. 162 High Ktreet, General machine work. We re pair door checks or all kinds, immediate ly. Tel. 2476-4. 1-18-wl NOTICE IMano tuned and repaired. F. K. Lane expert piano tuner. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge. Drop a curd. 35 Buckingham St., Hartford, Conn. l-17-6dx NOTICE Sand for sale for Icy sidewalks. Also ashes removed. Prompt service. Drop card to Charles Bch, 691 West Main St. or Tel. 1S72. l-14-6dx NOTICE Why not let ua wire your house, i Good work at reasonable prices. Lawyer & Yuon. Tel. 893-6. l-13-10dx NOTICE We do light tracking, removal of ashes, etc. Tel. 1872. l-12-6dx NOTICE Radiators, fenders, lamps, gaso line tanks and general overhauling and repair work. New parts made In quick time. Best equipment in city. Service station and agency lor Grant and Moon cars. Parsons' Garage, 680 West Main St. l-10-l!d I THROW away your dry batteries. Get a bell ringing transformer Installed com plete, this month only, tlve dollars. Andrews & Blakeslee, 441 West Main St. l-6-12dx NOTICE Have moved my place of business from 93 Lawlor St. to Ilk Lawlnr St. Augusta Camosul, sewer coutractoi, with tho late A. Lyman for 10 years. Tel. "14-12. l-l-2mo NOTICE Cartoonist, Chalk Talk and Sketching for emerta.umentf, fairs and dances; something snappy. Al Malmgrea, Herald otnee. City. s-33-U FOR SALE Notice, Hardware City Bedding Co. Mattresses, box strings, cushions, pillows, steel couches, cots, anrinra. ata.. at factory to home prices. Tour old mai tresses mi4i over equal to new. Upbol'. terfDg. Tel. 2814-4. 60 Iremoat St. FOR HALK Two imnl imhl. AnM 1n Hartford Ave. P. F. Curtln. 1-12-tf FOR SALK Puppies, 8 male and 1 female. Prices cheap. Make kooA guard dogs. Also 1 second hand furnace with pipes and floor register, cheap. Inquire at Store, i Cherry St. 1-13-ldx FOR RALK llargaln, kitchen and gas range, goud condition; person; leaving city. Middle floor, SOo Main St. l-lS-3dx FOR SALK 12 acres. Rocky Hill. 12 cows, 2 heifers. 2 horses. X wagons, all Imple ments, 60 fruit trecis. Will sell cheap. Owner leaving country. J. Hochman, 2u9 Main St., Jtoom 403. Tel. 3012 or 1180. 1 1-1K-43 FARM FOR SALE Rocky Hill, 136 acres of land, 18 cows, 3 heifers, ono bull, 3 horses, all Implements, 100 chickens, 10 ducks, 10 geese, 4 pigs. Will sell very cheap. Partners can't agree. Call or se J. llockman. Koom 403, 269 Main Street. Tel. UNO or 2012. 1-18-U3 FARM FOR SALK Rocky Hill, 48 acres of land. 7 cows, ono horse, 3 wagons, 60 chickens, 60 fruit trues. Implements. Will suit cheap. Call or ueo J. Hockman, Room 403, 25D Main St., Tel. 2012 or 11S0. l-18-d3 UAJBV CHICKS and ducklings, 22c and upt all varieties, suf delivery gurantoed and prepaid; also suiting eggs; send lor circu lar, ltoy Clark. Kast Hartford, Conn. 1-17-tt FOR KALK Racing homers or carrier Pigeons bred from diploma stock. Prices reasonable. J. C. Smith, 29 Olen street. l-17-2dx hi ELKCTR1C Kwerper Vac for sale. .A bar gain It taken at once. A. Tyler, 31V Main St. l-17-2dx FOR SALK Five rooms new furniture, never used. Including all uecessary house hold articles. Suitable for newly married couple. Rare bargain if taken complete.. Tima payments arranged. 46 Newington Ave., 3rd floor. l-17-8dx FOR SALK Ground bone for chickens, tc lb. Tel. i03. l-17-3dx FOR. SALK High, dry lot on Maple Hill. Address C. F. Rogers, 80 Oakland- Ter race, Hartford, Conn. l-15-5dx FOR HALK Horse, wagon and harness; also farm utensils. A. Konapaa, Mountain View, Piainvllle, Tel. 38-3. l-li-Sdx FOR SALK 2ft cords 4 ft. wood at 6.00 per cord. Also farm 60 " acres, will ex change for city property. C. L. Barnes. Uarncsdalo. - l-16-6dx FOR SALK Two tenement house, all mod ern Improvements, with one acre land. Inquire 87 Linden St. l-15-3dx FOR SALK Wood, mixed, S 12.00 cord. AU hard maple and Oak, 14.00, lurnaco wood, must all hard, $15.00. No client r.ui and full cord. All good wood, i'.tvt .;joo:td. Guaranteed. lutivcr to .New i-tiitaln, Piainvllle, Sotu!ii'i-..i 11. o. orvis. Plainville, Conn. Tel. 37-23. ! 1-14-Cdx J FOR SALE 20 acre farm, all stocked, beaulilul locatiou, 20 minutes vailk from trolley lluildings in tlrst class condition. Klectric lights and gas. Tel.- 212-3 or write liox Hii. Herald Office. l-1416dx TO KlwVr TO RENT room tenement. Improve- j ments. Tel. 543-5. 144 Pleasant SL ' 1-18-ldx 1 TO RENT In a new house, four room, up stairs tenement to small American family. Yeomans, Stewart St., Belvldere. l-lS-6dx TO RENT Tenement of 4 rooms, all Im provements. 227 Washington St. l-18-3dx TO RENT Shop suitable for a tailor, dress maker, cigar manufacturers or any other purpose. Heating. Show window and other improvements, it) Walnut 8L, Tel. 648-5. l-17-2dx ONTprFICES to rent. Maui street. WANTED FEMAEB nELF ri hi ' ' WANTED Experienced Dressmaker, one willing to do some plain . sewing. Box 3Y. Herald. l-lS-d3x WANTED Woman to take care of Invalid, full time. Apply 433 Church St., secoad floor. 1 1-18-id WANTED A woman to do general house- I work from 8 to 3. 6 days a w f Steady Job. Herald, Box 14A. . WANTED Competent woman for aeaav housework in. small family or an exptrl. i nnced nurse maid. Mrs. Donald Hart, 171 1 Lincoln St. Tel. 2252. 1-17-44 WANTED Woman for general housewe five days a week. Mrs. A. FiU 18 Wl throp Street. l-16c PERSONALS. MISS KATHARINE LAMI1KRT Manufae turer hair goods. Combings made lnl switches, ear muffs, etc. Also order wdrl 18 Garden St.. Hartford. Ch. 81. 1-18- MR. L. HAYNE, M. II., 200 Edcewo Ave., New Haven. Spiritualist mediut (Kx Kthele, Purdy.) Correspondence vlted, reading by mall. Send no moiK 1-I7- LOST AND FOUND. FOUND A sum of money on Mala eti Saturday afternoon. Owner, can baVj same by paying for this al. Jantc oreene, 705 Stanley St. 1-15-1C FOUND Poeketbook with small' sum money. Owner can have same by prov Ing same. Apply Herald Office, l-18rlI w a KrvrrA t m v nvt SALESMEN The exclusive agency ftar ft Vltaliser in your city Is one of the bt propositions open today. Very amff 1 vestment. Absolutely no risk. VI tali Mfg. Co., New Haven, Conn. 1-19-& WANTED CyUnder feeder with .not knowledge of press work. . In reply str experience. Address Herald, ' Box Mtl ; : : iv WANTEDOeneral farm hand. Good m' er and teamster. , Maple Croft &t City. 'Phone 7t 1-17- i WANTED Young man that speaks to do canvassing. A chance to make . $40 a week. Address Box 26Mr Herat. . 1-1?. 1 V Parlter & We can show yoUr twelve acre Farm Westfield. Right on ti: trolley line. Reasonebf Forty acre Farm nei Umonville'at a sacrifice Nine acre Farm fc raising stock and chief ens in Forwsfvillsv : 5 Twenty-four acres Berlin street, Berlin real honest to goodnj Iand -'-Jl Four acre gLJi Truck Farm in Farmir" ton. r rnL.' a ' rJ xiiuiv Acre near West Hartford, $ very fine land. All the above Fan can be bought for! small amount of down. Demini Parker emniiinir 193 Mtfrr