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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1921.
--?55?,S",,"W!,,"WflP J i , o 4 ln-ppro-.tmato trough ,' Irvstoad vt making the voluntary Hlon of any town tho condition fcKlcnt to mosquito prevention. anl litlng until that town Is ready to rovlle the funds, us tho law is at resent, till hill provide th:it th' irector of the Connecticut ARrlcul ;ral Experiment utat.on, in whot-c 'targe tho work would, remain, may oceed to "drain, fill or otherwise '.minute the breeding placeM of nio.i .altoe.H ... in the order which he my doom most needed and de RlraMe for the Interest of the publir henlth and economy." In the making Of contract lor sucli work he is re sponsible? directly to the attorney gen teral'H oftlce, anil when his contracts fire approved and the work done the money for payment comes directly from the tat Ucauor. .Ample provision is made for thn natlnf.Ktion of all property owners who mry claim damage for work clone, and for Judicial hearings of their tlalm. Hut Kubject to this, the dl rector shall have full authority to prosecute all work of this kind as he sees fit. It is also provided that ben efits may, after a similar hearing, be assessed and collected by the state. An Important provision of this act, and one not made in any previous law, is for the making effective of 'nosqulto eradication through a pro cess of education. This is to be done also through the oifioe of the state experiment station, employing the school to teach the fundamentals of mosquito causes and growth, and how by simple measures their breeding may bo prevented by ordinary care. The bill carries an appropriation of $350,-000. CITY'S BILLS $53,951. to 175,000 IX AKMY BILL. Washington. Jan- 18. Reduction of the American military establish ment took a step backward yesterday afternoon when the senate reversed Its action of last Saturday and re stored the army to a minimum Ftrength of 175,000 men. instead of 150,000. The vote was 41 to 33. Payment Wil lBc Recommended CYmnell Tomorrow Night. The city's expenditures lor the month total $53,951.01, itemized as follows: Incidentals, regular bills, $1,625.97; physicians' bills, $617; total, $2,242.97; dogs $60; city hall commis sion, $696.34; widows pension fund, J 1.0&5.63; public amusement commis sion. $15.54; board of health, regular bills, $1,241.85; slaughter house fund, $1,019.94; city hospital equipment. $2,477.97: city hospital running ex penses, $473.14; total, $5,212.90; board of public works street department, $7,890.93; sewer construction. $S39.96; sewer, maintenance, $164.92; subway department, $7,706.02; street lighting, $2,719.29; street Improvement, $46.45; street sprinkling $5,400; total, $32, 320.57; board of police commissioners, regMlar bills, $406.95; municipal gar age, $688; total, $1,094.95; board of fire commissioners, $1,459.75; board of public charitie, $5,167.90; board of water commissioners $4,614.46; total of all bills, $53,951.01. CITY ITEMS pajamas Cold nights $3 flannel $1.50 Wilson's. advt. Removal sale at Besse-IieTand's. p-dvt. Dollar Day at Henry Morans. advt. Mr. Graham's class for married couples and friends Wed. eve., Jan. 19-advt- Have your bicycle overhauled at Rip's Repair Shop, 155 Main 6t- advt. Concert . and dance under auspices Clan Douglass. Turner Hall, Jan. 26. Advt. Big moonlight dance tonight, Lith uanian hall, O'Brien Orch.r advt. r n r as aood ii i it i m as 1 LaTouraine Coffee AX cents tmt canister . JR BEG ECHAL ednesday Only QLE ROOM OF L PAPER irder to match for L00 if every gallon of or VARNISH 0 8S Window Shad 0 while they last I BOYLE COMPANY loleaale and 'Retail Dealers hi VARNISH, LEAD AND OILS lass, putty, imrsnrcs 31 MOULDINGS, METAL. CEILINGS, ETC. IN SQ. New Britain, Conn. I WINDSOR LADY COULD NOT BEND LIMBS OR WALK WITHOUT CRUTCH UNTIL TOOK CINOJ D0LLA1 0 AY FECIAL Men's Warm Sheep- l ff skin Pacs ...... Pvl 6 inches high. Ladies' Fur Trimmed Felt Juliets Leather Soles J1 (f and Heels PUU Ladies' Grey Felt Slippers with Leather Soles C Misses' 2-Buckle Arc- fc 1 QO tics, sizes 11 to 2 P00 Men's Heavy Grey Wool Hose . ... 47c Ladies' $3 Felt Comfy Slippers, all colors and 1 A Ok Ladies High All Leather Lace Shoes All Styles M Shoes that formerly sold for$7.Hand$8. Sizes to 4 -only Mrs. E. Gaye, who reslides on East Str Another Interesting and True Stor The fame of CINXDT is fast spread ing and not without reason all the advertising in the world will not sell only a limited quantity unless there is absolute meril behind the product. There is more dNOT sold in Con necticut today than any other five remedies put together and we can prove this assertion. Mrs. Caye says: "For the past twelve years I have been troubled with rheumatism and could hardly walk a step as my legrs were stiff and I was gradually getting worse. I was able only to get around most of the time with the aid of my crutches. I have tried many ways to Ket relief "but received no benefit until I tried CINOT and I have only taken two bottles and can bend my eet in Windsor, Conn., Tells" ; Pnfcc y About the Miracle Remedy CINOT, . r-' limbs and sret around without, aid of my crutchea. CINOT la j most wonderful remedy that ? heard of and I am glad artd plef' to indorse it." CIiNOT 1$ BEING DEMONSTK ED IN NEW BRITAIN BY AN K. PETIT AT THE MILLEH-ANC DRU GSTORE, 32 CHURCH ST., It also for sale by "The Fair"; in PlaJ ville by G. R. Byington; in ForestvC by Kent's Pharmacy; in SouthinyC by Chaffee's Drug Store; in Bat tville by George B. Steele; in Brfr by The Madden Drug Store; 4n Ql tonbury by C. R. Densmore, and be obtained at all first class druggf i I i Men's Dark Brown Calfskin Lace Shoes $8.00 value . . . $4.83 Men's Tan Heavy dQ 1Q Scout Shoes ... M Boys' Gun Metal Lace Shoes .... $1,83 L a d i e s' One-Strap House Slippers. Leath- J1 OO pr snips and heels P Ow Low Heel Oxfords. Low heel Oxfords are all the go this winter. They're being worn with woolen hosiery or with spats. This Walk-Over pictured above is made in dark cherry tan leather with the brogue effect. Priced at $7.50 and $9.90. All Phoenix Woolen Hosiery Reduced. David Manning's ismrs irf Shoe Store 211 Main St. III If" GO AND GET IT! At The Lorraine Shoe Co. Tomorrc. Women's "Lorraine7' Shoes, an odd lot of 142 Same sold as high as $12.85 a pair. Tomorrow Only $4.C Men's Tan Calf Shoes, tomorrow only $5.Q1 Men's Lisle Socks, 5 pair for $1.0 The Lorraine Shoe Cdi 3C 3 "Let's Get Acquainted" Says Axelrod Combining Our These Extra Specials are for Dollar Day Only, at Both Stores Axelnr7 img AeqiTLnamtedl Week TOILET PAPER 1.000 Sheets Silk Tissue Rolls 9 ,or $1.00 FASHIONETTE HAIR NETS dor. $1.00 GEM SAFETY RAZOR And 25c Box of Talcum Powder $1.00 r OollsiF Osiy (Tomorrow) Vr A w ' Pnteat Medicines, Household - J1 rlftcxsntinniL. 2 L.RGE TURKISH RATH TOWELS And one 15c cake g -t ff Jcrg-ens Soap for plUU AXELROD'S PEROXIDE TOOTH PASTE 25c Tubes for $1.00 FULL PINT HEAVY RUSSIAN" ' WHITE MINERAL OIL 2'or$1.00 ?1.25 Glycerophosphate LINEN STATIONENRY OUR SPECIAL SYRUP . OF TAR EXJB'