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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, "J ANGARY 18, 1921.
tton of ,11 it leu Insure ,4 '! IM-r .nl and & .v K J.' Eicnn, JveUonntely relates and today laid after tho on artPi .i years clrrk y tie. affable. .kabi V. J. i and Be ing at the me to nt hoard and t )ment' rot- them. a itlen, to bo thllotiophize prtvllcRrd Id the bnr Iroomn. II 'wan a poet .my rrltnria to hi ier- h nerved Vcw the n until he within for I the details hat he Ik 'ver ' radl- Sual line of eeklng In i a (urnMl of a mnn -of 1om In lo wn ac y or even an empty fare In """"mlle f ho ,. After Is to Hvc I Is" mlfMl I dcceufcit th flint leaon. it fhe people llnjr more njcer to day: they b vitalized that one order to holoiry of hnter. We supply Vented a pounce remarked hme. Some ilpe had it It. one. I cold did after all. V morning weather. receive h fact w d of the eallxatlon The cold iit a day colne and ntal and "It moat OURht f e wm be ny of un that we trta aro ?re or T (h Sth t will prevent the development of lady. In. our nystems which may h condition to ni.ikc them ope- lialde to the d1eu Kcrms. w nte the warnings iflvcn n?aln-t wing-the Rrrm of temer to de- p until It lakes ouch hold of u ? we ure nearer a--ovntn)1e tor "action when temper I rou.sed. Iws beKlnnlnB are ver llshV One e not realize that the norm has nown Hueir perhaps It does not -how ltelf at all at Mist. It remains. fermenting within the heart. ; .Then come the llnt outburst that MitrprlMe friend: that shocks rea tlve. If those lirt seeds are not up rooted the disease flourishes and the end cannot be foretold. The end, how e r, Mb. urnt y told graphically In many cases, when, temper having found a permanent home within a man It takes compute charge of him. Np pea ring when It will and doing with him as it will. Tiaucdy, dark, sinister. Is often the result and the victim, looking back perhaps between bar of Iron which confine him. sighs hopelessly and longs for the chance to live his life over asaln, warned as he now Is against that insidious thlntr. so often induljrently excused in the young, so often the potion that changes a l)r. Jekyll mtu a Mr. Hyde the Thing, Temper. WOltKINt; KOt'M TO IT. Now comes the news that President elect Harding will Issue an invitation to other nations for a conference on disarmament, a soon as he Is Inaug urated. Incidentally, It Is said, the confer ence planned by Mi. Harding will consider the question of the establish ment of an International tribunal for the Judicial settlement of disputes between nations witn a view to the promotion of peace so ns to make the restriction of heavy armaments pos sible. Meanwhile the Senate has recon sidered Its action In reducing the army to 180.000 men; the House almost unanimously adopts tho result ant resolution making 175.000 tho authorized number of men In tho army, mid now th matter Is up to the President. This , nxuro would mean that tho army would l reduced to per cent of it:i authorized strength. Of course it I unfortunate that any dlrcusslon of disarmament Is neces sary at all... It i.i unfortunate that thero ever was a question of war and fear of It. Hut ns these exist there arises e condition and not a theory which kIvis PreMid6nt-elct Harding a lino chance to cull such a conference and. through It. bring up the matter of an "association" of Nations, as he call.-. It a Lengutf-'ot Nations at' it really will be if the thing eventuates a.i soon as tho peopls deslro it. So. whll the whole thing is dls- J treHstng, Mr. Harding is fortunate in having a pressing matter arise dis- armament which will Rive a good excuse for the calling of a conference j of nations at which the great matter j of one phase of the League may be , rr t-V xt u'ltl, re Ktnmn nhVinr- I rent to many Republicans, of Democ- ra cj. I Avowedly a disarmament confer- "JliST HI'MIXATIX'." (Robert Ilusscll.) There's nothin' like success to cure a feller o' the blues; there's nothin' like success to keep the family in shoes an" stockin's. clothes an' all the rest; success is what we need to keep us. ever an' anon, from gcttin "off our feed" Now this great thing they call suc cess ain't friends with them that drift; It's close-related to the ones that practice dally thrift. The miser ain't suc--ccssful 'cause he carries thrift too far; the spendthrift ain't successful but there's certain folks that are. The man who knows Jest vh:re ho stands what's coin- in an out the man who always ain't per plexed by som financial doubt the man who knows what he can buy without contractin' debts which he who's owed remembers bnt which he him self forgets- Success will 'come to chaps like this success in things concrete; an' practical success is sure a thing that's hard to beat. So folks that are successful more time to better this ol thus have got give to makin' world in which we have to live. ence. the gathering may develop the first steps In a League which, it Is hoped, would prevent the necessity of any special conferences of such char acter In the future. Public opinion will have its way. Public opinion wants a League. It will come. While deprecating a bit the round about manner of approaching it, one may be alad that the administration that is to come is "getting 'round to A "Hunch" Is mojst valuable; usual ly it tells what is not going to hap pen. TMe McMIllaia SfcimpJiiSo r, ALWAYS RELIABLE ' ' r : ! i A Kern OM lr affloied If you have your doubts about writ ing an important' letter write it. pre serve It; then look at It a year later to remind you how foolish you mljht have leen. Tnto him that hath shall be giv en," remarked the garbage man. glancing at hla loaded wagon and the line of cans yet to be emptied into it 25 YEARS AGO Frorn Th Herald of That Date) The water department pay. roll for last week amounted to $22.50. There were five deaths and eleven marriage licenses issued at the Town Clerk's office last week. Carl Youngblad and ' Albert Ander son, spent the week-end visiting friends in Mlddletown. The water in Shuttle Meadow reservoir Is three feet over the old water mark, apd within seven feet of the top of the new dam.. The work of laying the nst.,celler of the new High school hasalready begun. "." The Y. M. C. A. Maroons defeated the High school basketball -team at the Armory Saturday nighf "by' the score of 5 to 4. Tho fire commissioner will leave for Seneca Falls tomorrow evening' to examine the fire apparatus' there. FACTS AND FANCIES By ROBERT QU1LLKN Judgment Day will bo the last pay uy. S gentleman Is Invariably polite to all women except his wife. A guilty conscience usually begins to nag shortly after the money Is all gone. The only word that properly ex prcpses the width and breadth of a rebellious tooth Is ache rage. The only perfectly clean things In the world are an Innocent girl of six teen and a shiny bald head. "Hie falling off of federal revenues sugtrrstn Ihe advisability of charging hold0p men n stiff license fee. 4Q WNOiOtM l I As we understand It, Mr. Hardin?' Idea rw..."- i we urplersts la t There will never be an end of war while those who have perwer to make war can escape service in the front line trenches. We have It on the best of authority that disarmament will be universal and complete. The meek shall inherit the earth. Mother's desire to get the girls married is inspired by a love of ro mance; Dad's desire is 'inspired by a love of economy. A HIWklOH CV.T -A kO O D A western breeder asserts that music will make a hog forget his ap petite. Try this on your landlord. Common sense: Onlinnrv hoi. headed sense; the kind that didn't . I A . I "c"oi' e ieam ooat or the flying machine would-work. " world does its traveling won't need to j M baggage j To celebrate the return of the old time dollar and to show everybody that prices have at last iit bottoml ON SALE $ DAY ONLY Embroidered Bath Sets, value $1.69. $ Day $1.00 set. 25c Huck Towels, 7 for $1.00. 50c Fancy Colored Turkish Towels. Regular 39c each. $ Day 3 for $1.00. Fine Nainsook, 36-in wide for Lingerie, Camisoles and Infants' Dresses. This quality has, been as high as 59c during the past year on $ Dat 4 Yards for $1.00. 32-in Ginghams, fast color, regularly selling at the new low price of 39c yard. $ Day 3 yards for $1.00. ' Bates' Ginghams in a large variety of checks and plaids. Value 29c yard. $ Day 5 yards for $1.00. - - Outing Flannel, colored and plain white. Value 29c yard. $ Day 6 for $1.00. Bathrobe Flannel. Value 79c yard. $ Day 2 yards for $1.00. ON SALE $ DAY ONLY . ( e Underwear, Hosiery, Boys' Blouses, Shirts, Sleeping Garments . " ... .. ' $150 Domet Sleepers, 2 to 10 years, $L each. Black Ribbed Children's Hose, 6 to 10 years. Reguar 35c grade. $ Day 4 pair $1.00. ;l $1.50 Gordon Silk Hose for women, black and cordovan. $ Day $1.00 pair. : . Burson Hose for women, black and balbrig gan. Regular 69c and S9c. 2 pair $1.00. $1 .25 Boys' Blouses $ Day $1.00 each. $1.50 Women's Fleeced Vests and Pants, in ail sizes. $ day $1.00 each. 1 $1.25. Women's Silk Lisle Union Suits, lace trimmed, summer weight. $1.00 each. 65c to 75c Children's Vests and Pants" fWrri ribbed. 2 for $1.00. Men's Wool Sox. Regular 75c and 89c blackr grey and heather. 2 pair $1.00. : 65c and $1.00 Neckties. $ Dav 2 for .$1.00. MEN'S $1.65' to $3.00 SHIRTS $ day $1.00 each i 1 $5.i - $6. - $7. SHIRTS $ day $3.00 each Finest grades of Silk, Silk and Cotton and Madras shirtings. 1 WOMEN'S Flannel Gowns $ day 98c each vfdue$i.4eadrl 3rd Floor $ Day Specials Curtain Materials. Values to 59c yard. $ Day 8 yards for $1.00. Cretonnes, good selection. Values to 89c yard. $ Day 2 yards for $1.00. Curtains, every Curtain has aleady been marked down considerably for our January Sale, yet $ Day we will give a One Dollar Discount on every two pair at $4 a pair or more. Bags and Suit Cases, $1.00 off the marked down price for $ Day. ... VB1ankeisand Comfortables you will find all $ Day Specials of Gloves Laces, Neckwear, Ribbons, Etc. Three Hundred Pairs of worn en Van d chil dren's Gloves.. Values to $3.50 pair. $ Day $1.00 pair.,-- ' :.y:y -:" Odd lots and tried on Kid, Cape and Silk Gloves. Also Chamoistte 2-clasp and Gauntlet Gloves. 'v; Lace Flouncinffs Silver T Figured Waist and Dress Nets Colored Silk Chiffon Cloth Black silk lace edging -worm up to n.3u ysLTQ. $ uay $I.U0 yard. Red and Blue t Work Handkerchiefs; 2 giauw. v xjxyj lur.-ai.uu."--.-- ,5. ( ti