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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1022.
II
Help
That Aching
Back!
'tn Actor.
TtlU sry
Is your back giving out? Aro you
tired, miserable, all run down; tor
tured with nagging barkache, lame
ncss and sudden, stabbing rains? If
bo, look to your kidney. Overwork,
hurry and worry tend to weaken the
kidneys. Backache and an all worn
out feeling in often the first warning;,
Get hark your health while you can.
('so Doan's Kidney rills, the remedy
New Britain folks recommend. Ask
your neighbor!
Here's a Xow Itrltaln Case,
Simeon Molander, carpenter, 289
Maple St., says: "My back felt weak
and twinges of sharp pain would catch
mo when I would stoop over. My
limbs often ached and weakened. I
doctored and used other medicines,
but Just got a littlo relief. Poan's
Kidney Pills were brought to my no
tice and. after using about four boxes
my back was as ntrong us ever."
DOANSW
60 al all Drug Stores
Ifester-Milbum Co. Mlg.aem.BuHalo.NY
AID. PAONESSA
CAMPAIGN
Democrat Nominee Addresses
Women's Mass Meeting
A week of political activity opened
last night when Alderman Angelo M.
Paonessu, candidate on the democrat
ticket for the office of mayor, appear
ed before a meeting of the democrat
women's auxiliary in K. of C. hall to
discuss campaign issues.
Given Ovation
The democrat candidate was given
an ovation upon his appearance in the
hall by several hundred women sup
porters who turned out to greet him
in his first uddress as the party's
nominee. -
Alderman Paonessa instructed the
women in the operation of city gov
ernmental matters, lie discussed the
'organization of commissions and
boards and the work entrusted to
each. The speaker discussed the
municipal developments of recent
years n well ns those projected to
take place in the near future.
Wonin For ConiihIv.iiim
In asking for the nupport of the
women voters, the cundlduto Hssured
the gathering that places on commis
sions will be given women whenever
It is felt that they ran properly till the
Jobs, if he is elected mayor. He as
serted that he hud promised not a
single Job to anyone, and tf elected
would go into the of lire wdthout a
string atturhed to him,
He called attention to his record In
the common council as un alderman.
He assured that, If he wns selected
by the voters ns the city's next mayor,
he would carry on the duties of that
office as conscientiously as lie did the
office of alderman.
Speaks Tonight
The candidate will speak at a first
ward rallv tonight In Turner hall on
Arch street, This district, one of the
iwo mni gave Ainyor rurns a ma-
Jorlty over O. A, Qulgley In the re
puniiean primary, is looked to for a
big turnover In favor of the demo
crats. Resides the mayoralty candi
date, Richard Sehnefer, council can
didate, and Morley r.orlen, nominee
on the democratic ticket for oftlce of
city treasurer, will be heard.
Tomorrow night, Alderman Tao
nessa and several candidates on the
city ticket will speak at a K. of C.
meeting hall on Main street. On
Thursday evening, the alderman will
npeak in his own ward, the sixth. Vn
icss present plans are changed, there
will be no further meetings until
Monday evening when he will again
speak at Ukrainian ha'l. Erwln place.
Qulstley Also Active
George A. Qulgley, the republican
nominee, will speak to a men's gath
ering at republican headquarters next
Friday evening. The republican wo
men will be addressed tomorrow night
at headquarters, by '.Mrs. S. O. Pren
tice of Hartford, chairman of the
women's committee of the republican
state central committee.
Henry K. Gardiner, the farmer
labor candidate for mayor, spoke to
a gathering last night in Kolodney's
hall on Arch street. The candidate
reports much encouragement during
the past several times and from the
interest taken in the. rallies held, anti
cipates an unusually heavy farmer
labor vote.
V. V. C. A. CONVENTION
WEDNESDAY
BARGAINS
CHAMBRAY, all
colors, 15c val.
9c
36 in. SHEETING, white
no dressing nl
19c value... JLazC
36 in. PERCALES, small
checks, fast 1 Q 1
colors, 20c val L&ZC
LONG
CLOTH
20c value
lie
DRESS
348
MHBE
WEDNESDAY
BARGAINS
GOODS STORE
MAIN STREET
DISH TOWELING, linen
finish Q
Special Cl
36 in.
Sheeting
very good
value
10c
SATIN
36 in. wide, all
colors, $2.00 vaU
(M IA Yd.
42 in. Imported
ORGANDIES
all colors, 7"c val,
Specia,
89c
FANCY
TOWELS
val., fancy
border
49c
32 in. DRESS
GINGHAM
all colors, checks,
value . . . 19c
SILK HOSE
45.
TABLE CLOTHS
colored borders,
ready for use,
scalloped, big size
$3..0 value.
$1.75
APRON
GINGHAM
all colors, 19c val
Special
10c
PILLOW CASES
hemstitched, em
broidered, scal
loped, 50c value.
Special
35c
SILK
PONGEE
36 in.
49c
I
Curtain
Goods
36 in.
Special
9c
Part Wool
new stripes
$1.00 value
SKIRTING,
..49c
40 in. SERGES, all wool,
all colors CO
$1.00 value . . .OUC
60 in. JERSEY, all wool,"
all colors d
$3.00 value 1 O
36 in. SERGES, all col-
lors, 50c
value
21c
5
LIPSTICK MR
FOUGHTAPRIL 6
Mandamus Against School Will
Then Come Up
Miss Elizabeth Rogers of This City
Will Leave For Hot Springs, Arkansas
Miss Elizabeth Rogers of New Brit
ain will be the only representative of
the local Y. V. C. A. at the seventh
national convention of that organiza
tion to lie held in Hot Springs, Arkan
sas from April 20 to the 27.
Women from four nations of the
world will talk on "Business of Foiice"
at the conference. Judge Florence K.
Allen of Cleveland, Ohio will also be
one of the speakers. It is expected
that Miss Rogers will give a complete
report of the convention upon her return.
Siam is one of the few monarchies
of the tropics.
Cornlngr, Ark., April 4. The "lip
stick" ease of Knobel, Ark., in which
Miss Pearl Tugsley, 18 year old, seeks
a writ of mandamus to set aside rules
of the Knobel school board forbidding
students to use cosmetics, wear low
and peek-a-boo waists and short
skirts, is set to come up before Judge
W. . Bandy In Clay county circuit
court here- April 6.
Miss Pugsley was dismissed from
the elementary schood at Knobel be
cause she had violated the rules, ac
cording to N. E. Hicks, principal. The
girl and her friends claim that she
had only talcum powder on her face.
Received Letters.
National notoriety has been given
the case, and Miss Pugsley says she
has received thousands of letters from
all parts of the country and from
persons in all walks of life sympathiz
ing with her on the question.
The rules were promulgated by the
school board last August at the be
ginning of the public school term at
Knobel, and the case, has been called
up several times, but each time some
thing lias delayed It.
It is reported that the school
board will contend that the question
is not for the courts to decide, but
is solely under the jurisdiction of the
board.
REPORT FREE STATE
. NOT FAVORED HERE
Head of Barry Council Fools City i.
1'nlted on Rejection of Eng
land's 1'roposal
Although there have been differ
ences of opinion openly expressed
elsewhere with regard to the politi
cal disorders In Ireland caused by the
Free-State Republic wrangle, Pres
ident M. J, Kelly of Commodore Par
ry council, A. R. I. R., asserted this
morning that he hag not heard a
single voice raised here in opposition
to the rejection of the Free State
proposal.
Commodore Barry council has gone
on record as unqualifiedly in favor of
turning down that proposition and all
other such proposals that do not em
body the fundamentals of a republic.
This, the local organization feels, can
be brought about without further
bloodshed, and it is proposed to csert
every effort toward that end.
Rev. Michael O'Flannigan, vice
president of the Sinn Fein, will speak
tomorrow evening at the Lyceum
theater under the auspices of Barry
council. He came to this country from
Ireland only a short time ago. The
speaker has talked to capacity houses
in practically every big city in the
east.
Other speakers to be heard are:
refer Golden, a member of the exe
cutive board of the A. R. I. R.; Hon.
Austin Stack, deputy chief of the Irish
Republican Army, and J. J. O'Kelley,
a member of the faculty at the Uni
versity of Ireland.
POLISH ORPHANAGE
WILL BE ERECTED
SOYIET PROPAGANDA
With Government
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while yeast contains certain vital elemenlswhich are essen
tial to health, it is found that some other agent is needed'
to help convert these wonderful elements into health,
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Conferences on
Officials Over
Genoa.
Berlin, April 4. (By the Associated
Press) The Russian soviet delegates
to the Genoa conference conferred at
length yesterday with German gov
ernment officials with the object of
arriving at an agreement on a com
mon line of action to be followed at
Genoa.
Despite the current impression that
the Russians are in Germany only in
an unofflcials capacity while on their
way to Italy they are showing alacrity
in keeping the official and social ap
pointments made for them.
Yesterday they were entertained at
luncheon by Dr. Walter Rathenau
German foreign minister and among
those attending were many German
industrial, financial and political lead
ers as well as high government offl
cials.
.pv stone Structure to Go Vp on the
Property of Sacred Heart Church
on Biu-ritt Street.
Dans for the erection of a new or
phanage on the property of the Sa
cred Hart 1'olish church on North
Burritt street are complete. The T.
H. Tardy Construction company of
Bridgeport has been awarded the
contract for building the place by
Rev. Lucyan Bojnowskl, who was in
strumental in starting the project
The cost of the building will be ap
proximately $300,000, and -work on the
excavation will commence Thursday
of this week,
The orphanage will be made of
brick with ornamental stone trim
mlngs, and there will be ample class
rooms for the education of the chil
dren. Capacious dining halls, play
rooms and a gymnasium will also be
included,
The Polish orphanage is maintained
largely through the efforts of the Pol
ish Catholics and contributions are
voluntarily made by churches of this
denomination throughout the coun
try. At present Rev. Bojnowskl cares
for about 150 orphans, who come
from all parts of the country. Many
of them are war orphans brought to
this country for care. Several of
them have been returned to their own
country now following the new Polish
government.
The Sweater Girl
Arrested In India
Samuel Stokes Evans, of a promi
nent Philadelphia family and an
American missionary, and his wife,
a native Indian, have been arrested
by British officers as followers of
Ghandi, the imprisoned leader of
the Non-Cooperationists.
"FOOLISH WIVES"
ENTIRE WEEK APRIL 16
Reserved Loge Seats
Now On Sale At Fox's
V- pill
Git 'n Step, Georgie, Git 'n Step
:w .1H FJ W
They start 'em young in India. Prince George and Princess
Mary drill with the Gwalior First Infantry and the princess gives
Georgie a dirty look because he s outa step. . . ,
EVERT ITEM A
NET SAVER
FOB YOC
Big Mid-Week Food Sale z
PURE FOOD
Mathildo McCormaek, "the girl
with a hundred sweaters" at least
that's what one young miss called
her when she saw this latest photo
of John D's niece who is soon to
wed Max Oser, Swiss riding master.
Miss McCormiek, who is much given
to outdoor life, has appeared in
sweaters in all of her recent pictures.
Appreciate
. Kane Sayi Sanalt Stopped Great
differing From Indigestion. Helped
Her Children Too
I am a very hearty eater and usually
enjoy my meals. My husband says hs
likes to see me eat, and is willing to get
anything the children and I want,"
So writes Mrs. P. J. Kane of 14 Harrow
'treet, New London, Conn., wife of n
popular railroad man of that city. Mrs.
Kane continues:
But several months ago I became verv
bilious. I suffered terribly from gas in
the stomaeb. Laxative medicines gave
me no relief, but made me sick and nervous.
I lost my nppetito, or, I guess I was afrai i
to eat, for the food hurt me so after each
meal. I was in pain all the time; every
thing seemed to be going wron?.
"Then a friend suggested that I trv
'Sanalt the Sensible Tonic,' as she called
it. In two days after commencing In
take Sanalt, I was wonderfully changni
for the better. It braoed me right w
and made all my organs act in a health
vay. , My stomaeh trouble soon passe I
iway and by the time I had taken three
ot ties of Sanalt I could eat as heartily
nd enjoy my food as well as ever in my
ife.
"Since then I have given Sanalt to mv
oy and girl, with good results, and nv.
usband has been cured of bad headache
hat he has had ever since he was a boy.'
The majority of druggists sell Sanalt!
From 7:00 To 11:00
Round Sirloin Porterhouse
STEAK ....LB. 15c
From 7:00 To 12:30
Fresh Ground
Hamburg, 3 Lbs. 25c
From 9:00 To 11:00
BEST SLUSE
POTATOES ... 33c
15 LU. PECK
887 MAEV STREET
i '
ATTRACTIVE SIORJiTVG SPECIALS ;
From 7:00 To 1$:00
BIG VEAL SALE!
Swift's Fancy Milk Fed Stock
Meaty Legs 1 Q'Ji
Lb loC
Fancy Rump Cuts
Lb
Slioiddcr Cuts
Lb ,x.
Meaty Breasts
Veal To Stew
Lb.
Veal Chops
VZCT!L 30c
, 18c
16c
, 14c
12c
24c
Fresh Pork
To Roast . . . Lb.
Fresh Cut
Pork Chops ............ Lb.
Fresh
Spare Ribs ....... Lb.
Homo Made
Saner Kraut Lb,
Loan
Put Roasts Reef . . . Lb.
Choice Chuck
Roasts Reef Lb.
Meaty
Roilinsj Reef Lb.
ALL DAY MEAT SPECIALS
Prime
16c
18c
10c
12c
10c
12c
5c
Rib Roasts Beef
Prime.
. . T -
Shoulder
Lamb Chops . . ,
Choice Shoulder
Roasts Lamb . . .
Legs
Fancy Lamb Lb.
Fresh
Sliced Liver ,,.S Lbs.
Frankforts
and Bologna Lb.
Lb. 20 c
16c
25c
25c
30c
25c
15c
Lb.
Lb.
Lb.
REST MOHICAN CREAMERY FRKSII NEW LAID
BUTTER . . LB. 39c EGGS .... Doz. 29c
Rest Pure - Q7 Whole Milk ftg
Lard 2 Lbs. U I C Cheese Lb. OC
Diiuier Blend ng Red Butterfly Q C i
Coffee Lb. aOC Ten All kinds KVO Lb. oOC
Confectionery 1 g Vanilla Q .
Sugar 2 Lbs. IOC Sub. Extract . Bot.l eiC
N. B. C. Royal A Fancy 1 rt
Lunch Crackers ... Lb llC " Sugar Corn .w, Can 1UC
Blue Rose OA Pea Beans ftg
Rice 3 Lbs. eUC 3 Lbs eOC
Mohican Evnp. Milk (It Rents Them All Try it Now) 2 Cans lo
Sound Yellow fp Extra Heavy f(J
Onions 2 Lbs. OC C.rapefruit .....4 For aOC
Fresh Cut OQ Green Curly A
Spinach Teck UtC Kale Peck JLC
Native A" Solid Ripe , OQ
Baldwin Apples 3 Qts OC Tomatoes W.-M Quart eOC
Large Ripe QO Currants Or i A
Bnnnuas Wot. 4uC Raisins v.. Pkg. JL27C
Blood Red 1Q New Meaty ng
Beets 4 Qts liC Primes ...S Lbs. e3C
FRESH CAUGHT SHAD
Shipment Just Arrived Direct From Tho Nets
Fancy Buck Shad OP. Fancy Roe. Shad og
Lb dC Lb dOC
Fresh Shore
Haddock Lb.
Fresh
Steak Cod ., Lb.
Steak
Blue Fish Lb.
Finnan
Haddle Lb.
12c
14c
12c
10c
Feney Smelts
Lb. ...
Fancy
Mackerel . . .
Fancy Silver
Salmon . . . . .
Halibut OA
Steak Lb. OUC
10c
., Lb. 25c
. Lb. 25c
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