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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 192J.
1Z 2L yd Sale Starts at 8:30 A. M. i AT TMIS STORE Sale Starts at 8:30 A. M. .00 w mm Bony JHtare ham Housedresses, sizes 36 to 46, D. Value to $3.98. rwear, Petticoats, Chemise, Night nd Bloomers, at $1.00. Values to 7 ed Jackets, regular arid out sizes, in 1 black at $1.00. Values to $2.98. at $1.00 Pair. Values to $3.50 pr. )d Table Covers at $1.00. Values k 2vfor $1.00. t Stockings, 6 pairs $1.00. j pairs ji.uu. h Suits, $1.00 each. and Pants, 2 for $1.00. ol, 2 skeins $1.00. Unbleached Cotton, 5 yds. $1.00. Plain Grey Outing Flannel, 6 yards $1.00. All Wool Storm Serge, black, brown and navy, $1.00 yard, ladies' Silk Hose, 2 pairs $1.00. Ladies' Wool Hose, full fashioned, $1.00 pair. Boys' Union Suits, $1.00 each. Boys'. Vests and Pants, 2 for $1.00. Wool Yarn, 4 balls $1.00. Children's Gingham Dresses, sizes 2 to 14 years, at $1.00. Values to $3.98. Chemise, made of crepe de chine Silk, lace and ribbon trimmed, at $1.00. Values to $2.98. Children's Sweaters in brown at $1.00. Values to $2.98. Babies' Crib Blankets, 2 for $1.00. Table Damask, $1.00 yard. Value $2.25 yard. Apron Gingham, best quality, 8 yards $1.00. Best quality Percale, 6 yards $1.00. Turkish Towels, regular price 75c, 2 for $1.01). Bates' Dress Ginghams, 32 in wide, 5 yds. $1.00. Lingerie Crepe, 4 yards $1.00. Window Shades, green, tan, buff, 2 for $1.00. 36 inch White Outing Flannel, 5 yards $1.00. Curtain Marquisette, 4 yards $1.00. Values to 59c yard. Ladies' Chamoisette Gloves, $1.00 pair. Ladies, Black Kid Gloves, sizes 6 -and 6, $1.00 pair. Ladies' Silk Hose, seam back, $1.00 pair. Children's Ribbed Hose, all colors, 3 prs. $1.00. Misses' Union Suits, 2 FOR $1.00. C uiiiareirs Sleepers, $l.UO ecah. 36 inch Silk Poplin, all colors, special for $1.00 day at 79 yard. y BRITAIN CIOTMMG AMD DRY GOODS STORE.. INC 31 - Ired, hit?" tire you 4 wor- he, hcn-1-xny worn. I trouble" 1 Of wak (nt more khou Kinds Ujr should rt Church "flu" my bend or JlM CAUA6 a advlel and cot y back lire they p TEACHERS IN MOVE FOR LEGISLATION Going Alter Better Tennre Rega- lations lor Profession Chicago. III.. Jan. 18. The execu tive council of tlie American Federa tion of Teacher, following action ta ken at the recent convention of the or ganization held In St. Taul, Lb launch, mc a natlon-wldo campaign for better tenure legislation for teachers. State legislatures will be aked to remedy extstlrvT conditions relative to the em ployment and retention of teachers, who believe that InJuMleo lies in' the prmallln system. The American Fed eration of Teachers authorities assert that remedial lefrlslation will go far towards raWng the standard of the teaching profession. Inasmuch as It will obviate arbitrary dismissal of competent teachers bv autocratic j board of education. In asking for a deecnt tenure legis lation." said Charles B. Stinman, pres ident of the American Federation of Teachers, at Chicago headquarter "our organization is not animated "DANDERINE" by any desire to protect the inefficient teacher. In fact, the American Fed eration of Teacher is Interested in providing the machinery by means of which incompetent teachers may be removed from tho school nyntvm. Far from protectlry incompetency, the American Federation of Teachers has gone on record fn a most revolution ary measure for the protection of the public schools, by demanding for its organization professional training, as a prerequisite for tho chartering of a local." President Stillnuui said the Ameri can Federation of Teachers maintains that tenure should be permanent dur ing efficiency after the lapse of tho probationary period, which should not exceed three years; that all dismiss- als, both during and after probation, I must bo for causes definite crabod- ; led In the educational law, such as gross Insubordination, Inefficiency and conduct unbecoming a teacher, and that after the probation period dis missal for any cause, including inef ficiency, shall be authorized only by an impartial trial board. Appeal from the decision of a trial board may be made to the civil cour , would also be allowed. The Federation officials say they nee a cultural wage for teachers and explain that thl is a wage which will enable them to live according to the requirements of their position, to pro vide for such hazards of life as illness and old age.to provide for culture, rec reation and professional improve ment, and to maintain self-respect. Besides demanding certain working conditions, they also assert the right of teachers to participate in the ad ministration of the schools and estab lish the principle that the teachers are entitled to the rights of free ex pression and the right to organize and to affiliate with such ttrups as the; find expedient and deem socially and spiritually sound. The American federation of Teach ers is affiliated with the American Federation of La-bor. What' s Gone? Lumbago You Won't Stay in Bed Long if You Rnft on Quick-Acting Begy's Mustarine For Quick Returns Use Herald Classified t Stops Hair Coming Out: Doubles Its Beauty. Prow M Frco We want to wore without coat to you that at last a way haa been found for Instantly remoring bun ioc pain and completely removing bunions. Literally melts away the bunion no matter how large or how long standing. Brings almost instant relief from agonixmg bunion pain. Uea Fairyoot, and If you are not - " '! mnA MR. L W. HEYCOMB THROUGH WITH HOSPITALS Springfield, Mass. In a letter sent to Dr. J. F. True & Co., Mr. Ij. W. Newcomb of 139 Cambridge street writes: "I an writing to let you know how I am getting along. I have taken two large size bottles of your Dr. True's Elixir, and am feeling 100 better than before using. I will continue taking it for I do not have the pain that I had before, and my wife and every one I know tells me I am looking better. The deep circles are all gone from under my eyes. No more hospitals for me." Dr. True's Elixir, the Family Laxa tive and worm ixpeiier has benefited ; rgi fers from constipation, nervousness, ' poor appetite; indigestion, insominla and worms. Over 68 years a favorite because it is pleasant to take, works Just right no harmful drugs. Don't It does the work and cannot, blister the tenderest skin. Keep a box handy, for lumbago comei juickJy and you can bet you'll want it to go quickly when it comes. And it will go quicker than you ever hoped for and so will sore throat, chest colds, tonsllitis. pleurisy and bronchitis. Begy's Mustarine often ends the misery tnd subdues the inflammation before most remedies you have heard about get started. So why suffer for days while using slow icting remedies when rheumatic pains are easeo, neuralgia banished and soreness and ttlffness ended in double quick time. For every ache and pain and to get In fluenza before it gets you, get Begy's Mus tarine, in the yellow box 30 and 60 cents the Quickest Pain Killer on Earth." . Citvcns lrug Store. The Fnlr Jtepartment Store. We Want Your Laundry Vork We are bound to get it if you give us a trial. HOW? BY OUR HIGH GRADE WORK LATIMER LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING CORP. I 33 WALNUT STREET TEL. 321 i ...... i r-N 1 Tf DOLLAR. DAY! BIGGEST VALUE IN TOWM LOT NO. 1 A Big Assortment of Trimmed Velvet Hats That Sold As High As.$8.00 SPECIAL $1 oOO 1 rar VOUgUb, VOWS, ; mn TmmwIVnlvPf Hntc rfta All n. (ICIT w StiAcinl . ViJuUV; Snerial M0 Bronchitis. Special oh v.,,- J 8 i) jQnAj)oliar Qff On AH New Snring Hats. , ;