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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1923.
RECKLESS DRIVERS HN EACH Fainting Woman Enlivens Hear ing Upon Collision oi Automobiles Iwblla waiting trial In police court thli morning and during tha hearing of two men charged with reckless driving, Mr. Amelia Poloskl of 228 ' Beaver street,, who was arrested lait Bight by policemen Joseph Moore and Thomas Woods on a charge of Injur ing properly, fainted and it was nee essary for Detective Sergeant William P. McCue and other officers present to take her from the room Cnttl she la.il sufficiently recovered to return. Judge B, W. Ailing fined Adam Dusza and" Stanley Seremet each $25 and costs on a charge of reckless driving and dismissed the charge of driving under the Influence of liquor against Duza. Both men were ar ' rested on Sunday morning following an automobile accident at the cor ner of Broad- and High streets at about 9:80 o'clock. Thomas J. Under, assessment ex pert and Chief William C. Hart of the police department were two of the many .witnesses called In the case. Dusza was represented by Attorney P. F. McDonough and Seremet was represented by Attorney Michael Sex ton. .. McCoe RmeUcd Klquor. ' . Sergeant McCue was the first called to the witness stand. -V He testified that when the men were brought to police headquarters on Sunday morn Ing Seremet was bleeding about the face and Dusza's breath had an odor f liquor. , Police John C. Stadler told his ver jlon of the accident and testified that when he arrived on the , scene the Hudson car, which was driven by Dusza, was turned on the left side against a telephone pole headed north wjwe tne rora was turned over beaded south. , Seremet, the owner of the Ford se dan, was the next called to the stand and in his testimony stated -that he was driving at the rate of about 15 miles an hour and that the other car was going about 85 miles an hour. He said he was going south on High street and was across the trolley tracks when hit by Dusza. He also testified that previous to reaching the block on the corner of Broad and High streets he could look up Broad street for a distance of 500 feet but not as far as Grove street. tiinder Contradicts Seremet Under was then called to the stand Why Druggists Recommend Swamp-Root ' ' For many years ' druggists have watched with much interest the re markable record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kid ney, liver and bladder medicine. . It is a physicians prescription. Swamp-Root is a strengthening medicine ' It helps the kidneys, liver' and bladder do the work nature in tended they should do. Swamp-Root- has stood the test of years. It is sold by sll druggists on its , merit and it should help- you. No other kidney medicine has so many friends. Be sure to get Swamp-Root and start treatment at once. . Howevej, if you wish first to test this grea preparation send ten cents to Dr Kilmer & Co. fimgnamton, N. V., for a sample bottle When writ ing be sure and mention this paper. Bilious Attacks Are Usually Dae to I Constipation When you are constipated, not- enough of NaturcVlo brieating liquid is produced in the bowel to keep the food waste soft and moving. Doc tors prescribe Nujol because it acts like this natural lubri cant and thus secures regular bowel movements by Nature's own method lubrication. Nujol is a lubricant not a medicine or laxative so cannot gripe. Try It today, Children gain ' Strength and Weight with LINONINE Hun, oaticaU and sickly children soon retain better health, increase fa weight and set back their healthy color when given Linonine. This pore, safe emulsion of flax seed oil pots an end to nasty coughing, restlessness, and troubled sleep. J t crteppetit,bufld new strength and provides the nourishmentnec stair to fight off the weakening coughs and colds that keep the child half sick all the time. Lino- " nine is pleasant to take as sweet as cream easily assimilated and does not upset the stomach. Try one bottle sad you will see an improvement. IsU by Drsggists la Mc ass $1.00 Bettlu PALACE and he testified that according to a map of the city, Orove street Is only 116 feet from High street and that It would be a physical Impossibility to look diagonally from High street, a dlstsnce of 100 feet from Broad, up Broad a distance of 500 feet. Pr. David WaskowlU testified that he attended Seremet and was called to dress Dusza's hand. He said that he did not detect the odor of liquor on Dusza. Chief Hart when called to the stand; said that Dusza, when brought to headquarters en Sunday morning wag "good and dopey." He also said that he Is always more or less dopey. Dusza said that he didn't know whether he struck Seremet first or Seremet struck his machine. 1 He said that he did have one drink before 6 o'clock and the accident happened After 0 o'clock. Other witnesses tes tified to the fact that both machines were traveling at about the same rate of speed. The party In the Hudson sedan was bound for Mlddletown. Judge Ailing, in Imposing the fine said that both drivers had utterly dis regarded the law In regards to the In tersection of streeta Woman Breaks Store Window Mrs. Amelia Poleskl was found guilty of injuring private property and was fined f 5. . It was alleged that she went Into the store of Konstanty Sklerjewskl at the corner of North and Clark streets looking for her hus band and when she left the place she threw a stone through the window. She testified that she did not re member whether or not she threw the stone. She said she did not remember having a stone In he rhand. Club' Steward Fined $150 Charles Coyne, steward at the Som erset club on Main street, was fined $160 and given a 15 day jail sentence with the latter suspended, on a charge of violating the liquor law. The as sistant prosecuting attorney, In re viewing the case for the state, said that three beer bottles of liquor, five eases of beer and a quantity of other liquor was found. The plea of Coyne was, changed to nolo contendre and the case against Michael Curry, arrested with Coyne, was noued. Attorney William jr. Mangan represented the accused. Bond Is Called Ttonria were called in the case of John Grabowskl, who was arrested last week on a charge of violating the 18th amendment and whose case was continued from Monday morning. It was declared that through a probable misunderstanding with his attorney, Michael Sexton, he failed to appear in court this morning. WANT EGGS STAMPED Housewives Plan To Find Out Where Household Supplies Are Coming From. London, April 4. Every egg sold In England will be stamped with tne country of origin, if the plans of I .. l.nionnfU'aa' nsttra i 1 v. a tt nnm t A pursuch a blU through Parliament ' are successful. Much Interest has been aroused in London recently by the declaration of the National Poultry Council that ouly about ten per cent of the eggs sold as new laid eggs come from the provinces of England. It has been shown that huge quantities of eggs are shipped into England every year from Holland, China and Egypt, are mixed with other eggs, and sold as native eggB. Because the foreign eggs are of a better color and larger than English eggs, It is said, the retailers are able to sell them more readily than English. UNIONS ARE BLAMED Special Soft Coal Investigators Put Cause of Shortage I'p to Mine and Railroad Organizations. Washington, April 6. A special committee speaking for the soft coal operators informed the coal commis sion In a brief filed today that in thetr opinion the policies followed by the United Mine Workers of America con stituted the chief deterrent to satis factory conditions In the coal indus try. Recent period of coal shortage and hlglL prices, the brief declared, could Ka . Artv tmneri" in 1 li miners union and the railway unions asso clatd with It. It was charged that acts of Intimidation and violence on the part of the United Mine Workers "are not sporadic but systematic" and .that the report to such methods is calculated to perpetuate a 'mon opoly" of mine labo. CORBIN CLUB TO BANQUET Season's Activities Will Be Concluded With Dinner and Social at Ye Olde Colony Inn. The P. & F. Corbln club will hold a banquet at xe uiae uoiomai inn at Merlden, Saturday evening, which brings to a close the winter activi ties of the club. From January 1 to April 2 the Cor bln club ran a very successful bowling contest. The team which carried ore the - honors was captained by F. G. Hausmann, and will be awarded a loving cup at the dinner. The club also played a pinochle tournament with the Jr. O. V. A. M. of New Britain, and lost by three points after which a turkey supper was served at the club' house to the winning team. Transportation will be made to the Inn by automobiles. Bill Bhelton of of the entertainment committee has promised a first class entertainment. An orchestra . has been engaged to liven things while the boys are dining. A cabaret from New York City will be the feature of the evening. The banquet arrangements are be ing arranged by William Trask, chair man, M. C. Allen, president of the Club, Thomas Spence, R. A. Bergman. Andrew Rempp, Dwlght Shcpard and Leon Jackson. GIVES UP FORTUNE Nortncle's Widow Becomes Bride oi Old Time Friend. London, April 6 (Ry the Associated Press) The only newspaper which Ignoro the marriage of Lady North cllffe to Sir Robert Arundell Hudson are the Dally Mall, the Evening News and the Dally Mirror. Some of the morning papers make the event their chief feature. Lady Northcllffe, by marrying Sir Robert Arundell Hudson, relinquishes a large fortune. Under the terms of Northcllffe's will, his widow was given an an nuity of 25 per cent of the residuary trust ddrlng her widowhood. 'Simi larly, Lord Northcllffe's London resi dence Carlton Gardens, . was be queathed to her for the same period.' Aside from this Lady Northcllffe received an Immediate legacy of 10,000 pounds as well as her hus band's personal effects. She also has possession of two country houses which the viscount gave her before his death. Lady Northcllffe and Sir Robert had long been Intimate and were closely associated In war work, especially In the organization of a private hospital for sick and wounded soldiers. Sir Robert and Lord Northcllffe were also close friends. The bride Is a popular hostess and her wide circle of friends Is specula ting as to whether she will enter Liberal society In view of her hus band's active association with that party. L. F. & C. CLUB SHOW Universal ists Have Smoker and Social and Are Entertained by Veteran Vaudeville Actor 100 Present Following the regular business meeting of the Universal club last evening In the club rooms on East Main street an entertainment and smoker was enjoyed by about 100 men. The feature of the evening was Mr. Durand of Cheshire, an-old time entertainer, who has played most of the leading cities of the country for a number of years in vaudeville, who staged a first class ventriloquist pro gram, also several trick violin num bers. Mr. Durand kept his audience in uproars of laughter, His puppets seemed to lack nothing but breath to make them alive. Between his acts Mr. Brewln's now famous Mandolin club entertained with several popu lar numbers. Light refreshments In the form of !!f?d -P.al supp.y of the social committee and the accom panying pumpkin pie and cigars were enjoyed. . . v TO ADDRESS FRIEJfDLY CLUB. '. H. W. HlcUs, secretary of the Chris tian Endeavor Union of Connecticut, will be the speaker at a meeting of the Friendly club of the Stanley Mem orial church at the church 7:30 o'clock this evening. Following his talk- a program will be carried under Mr. Hicks' supervision. out MORRILL LEAVES BANK, Norman Morrill, for the past four years head of the Insurance and new Business department or tne Commer cial Trust Co., has resigned his posi tion and on May 1 will become as sociated with the Home Banking and Realty Co., taking the place of Frank W. Holmes, who is removing to Flor ida. WOMEN'S GUILD ELECTION At the annual meeting of the Wom en's Guild of St. Mark's church yes terday afternoon Mrs. George A. For tei; was elected president; Mrs. U. G. Lucas, vice-president: Mrs. Raymond Mazolne, secretary and Mrs. C. 8. Bradley, treasurer. the FL0RSHEIM SHOE There are two sorts of men in this town Those who wear FLORSHEIM Shoes and those who are going to wear them. If there are exceptions, they simply bear out the old statement that "The exception proves the rule." OXFORDS $9 VOGUE SHOE SHOP 236 MAIN ST. Opposite Monument DONT MISS DISCUSSION AGAIN Subject Will Be Debated at Demo cratic City Convention V At tonight s democratic city con venllon, an effort will be made to make operative the direct primary plan for selecting candidates, this method having been approved at the spring convention last year, but be cause of the (act that rules were never formally adopted, It was not put into effect The resolution adopted last year was as follows: "Resolved That the rules of the democratic party of the city of New Britain, Conn., In force since 1010, regarding' the present method of election for candidates In the city election, candidates for county offi cers and the election of delegates to the state convention, be amended so that the method of voting, beginning with the spring election of 1923, In stead of being the present method of conventions and caucuses, become the direct primary method.1 A committee of 12 was named to work in conjunction with the town committee, this sub committee being composed of one man and one wom an from each voting district, to bring in primary rules. The committee recommended to the fall convention that the rules used by the republi can party, with few minor changes, be adopted. The report was tabled. At tonight's convention, the party will also select three candidates for the school board and candidates for selectmen and constables. ARTICLES ARE SEIZED Following the refusal of . Kent E. Stoddard of Newington to surrender possession of a touring car, two horses, two sets or harnesses and a wairon. to the trustee in the bankrupt estate or Tnomas H. Canneld of Newington. Attorney Nair obtained an order from Referee Edward Yeomana of Hart ford, which was served on Mr. Stod dard by U. S. Marshal A. P. Marsh. Mr. Stoddard claimed a conditional bill of sale for some of the articles but they were all seized by Marshal Marsh and placed In the hands of the trustee. DEPARTMENT OFFICERS HERE Three department officers, including senior vice-uommander W. E. Stern burg of New Britain, were guests of Stanley Post, G. A. R. at a chicken dinner yesterday afternoon. Follow ing the dinner there was a patriotic program with songs, recitations and speeches LUNCHEON ENGAGEMENT Augusta, Ga., April 5: President Harding had a luncheon engagement tentatively arranged today with Cameron Forbes, . former governor general of the Philippines. - OPEN NOSTRILS! END A COLD OR CATARRH How To Get Relief When Head g and Nose are Stuffed Up. Count fifty! Your cold In head ,or catarrh disappears. Your clogged nos trils will open, the air passages of your head will clear and you can Drcame ireeiy. o more snunting, hawking, mucous discharge, dryness or headache no struggling for breath at night. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist and apply a little of this fragrant antiseptic cream in your nostrils. It penetrates through every air passage of the head, soothing and healing the swol len or Inflamed mucous membrane, giving you instant relief. Head colds and catarrh yield like magic. Don't stay stuffed-up and miserable. Relief is sure. SHOES $10 IE "HEARTS AFLAME" With Frank Keenan, Anna Q. Nilsson, Little Dick Headrick SEE The Mighty Forest Fire ONE MORE JOB FOR PAPCIAK Within Two Months, Fifth Warder Has Been Named ' Councilman, As sembly Poorkerprr and Constable, Matthew Tapclak, who two months ago was nominated by the republican memner or the common council to nil out the unexpired term of ex. Councilman Francis Korytko. and who I ant month was named a doorkener of me nouse or representatives, was last night endorsed by the republican town committee to fill out the unexpired term or Albert P. Marsh as constable, wr. warsn naving been appointed deputy United States marshal. The town committee also endorsed ex-Councilman Burton C. Morey for a piace on the board of relief, filling out me unexpired term of the late Wil Ham Mlddlemas. Morey was defeated In a three cornered aldermanlc race in the first ward last week. OOES TO JAIL AS HE WISHED Sober Man Who Pleads Intoxication Gets Drunk To Make a Case New London, April 5. Joseph Cut ner of Attawauken appeared before Captain Rene Delage at the Putnam police station yesterday and asked to be arrested because he wanted to go to jail. "I'm drunk," Cutner said, although ne bore no signs of intoxication. "You're not," the captain answered The man left, crestfallen, but short ly afterward reappeared, Insisting that he was drunk. This time he was and in accordance with his wish, was locked up. Judge Gelssler sent htm to the Brooklyn Jail for thirty days. Our Shoe Repairing Department Is In the hands of a competent man. who thoroughly understands the re pairing of shoes. We use nothing buts the best of leather for resoling shoes, hence WE GUARANTEE ENTIRE SATISFACTION There are many little tricks in re pairing that our repair man under stands perfectly sometimes fixing your old shoes so neatly as to sur prise you. Bring your shoes here and well repair them well, and at moderate prices. Sloan Bros. 185 Main St. GIVE ONCE MAY HAVE urn : nr.:', ii j. jwawwTi rrmtmmnr- ''J'iimm oJZt&l n Irmmm FA THER FOUND TWO-YEAR-OLD BOY VERY SICK Was Constipated, Thin, No Appetite, Had Swollen Lips, Stomach Pains - A hardy woodsman and enthusiastic fisherman of Maine, has a very Inter esting record to report. He writes: "As a boy, thirty-seven years ngo, I began to take Dr, Tnie's Elixir, the True Family Laxative and Worm I'x- peuer. unce after six months haul ing logs, I came out of the woods and found my two-year-old boy very sick. He was thin, had no appetite, had swollen Hps, pains in stomach was suffering from constipation for months. I bad hot been In the house an hour when an elderly lady a good ! neighbor came In and told ,ny wife to get a bottle of Dr. True'a Elixir, saying she had seen numbers of sim ilar cases which It had relieved. "My boy was given a half dozen doses of Dr. True's Elixir, when he passed a lot of worms and right away began to show Improvement; he be gan soon to eat with a relish, play around and look healthy. He did not have to take a full bottle, and in later years, whenever he got off his feed, a few doses would straighten him out quick. "When I get constipated, a couple of teaspoons of Dr. True's Elixir, the True Family Laxative and Worm Ex pcller, fix me O. K. "My son Is grown up now and has SPRAY MATERIALS Now is the time to spray your trees and vines for Dormant Spray Liquid Lime Sulphur and Dry Lime Sulphur . at . ' Rackliffe Bros. Inc. Park and Bigelow Sts. Phone 1075 1 , , "I Don't Get My Dinner If You Don't Make a Pledge." one! FOR ALL THAT THESE FOOD - G - LV - E - NO ALIBIS NEXT MONDAY a family ( sis children, and he has practically raised his family on Dr. True'a Elixir. The children go out and got hold of something not good for them. It's hard to watch all the children, and so when they eat some thing they shouldn't and get sick. Dr. True's Elixir Is given and the family Is put in good shape again. "I have read In the papers you have to take a half a dozen bottles of some remedies, but you don't have to do , this with Dr. True's Elixir. Simply a few doses and then quick relief. The three generations of my family have been kept healthy by using it." Symptoms of worms, constipation, offensive breath, swollen upper lip. deranged stomach, occasional pains In the bowels, pale face, eyes heavy and dull, short dry cough, grinding of the teeth, red points on the tongue, starting during sleep, slow fever. Nearly every child and grown-up needs a laxative sometime. The fond parents safeguard the health of their children, ' as well as their own, by keeping their bowels In condition. 1 The herbs used In Dr. True's Elixir are Imported and of strictly pure . quality. No harmful drugs. , Keep the bowels regular by using Dr. True's Elixir, the True Family Laxative and Worm Expeller. 40c 0c $1.20. CHILDREN Rex Ingram's "TRIFLING WOMEN" Broadway's New Hit Bis Cast of Stars