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. NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 192b.
FOR THE BEST RESULTS . WITH VOUR KODAK LOAD 'WITH THE . DEPENDABLE FILM IN THE YELLOW BOX AND LET US DO YOUR FINISHING The Dickinson Drug Co. 186-171 MAIN STREET MOTOR VEHICLES IN STATE AREOAINING Registrations Now Average Al . most One Thousand a Day B The woman who likes that something called Tang and Chic to her clothes will approve of the smart Camels' Hair and mixture Suits and Coats, as well as those of the more dressy Twill Cords, Fashona and Gerona. Particularly at the eco nomical prices we are offering them. HORSFALLS 95"99jIumSmct Hartford. "It Pays to Buy Our Kind" City Items. French Hat Shoppe, 87 West Main St., Prof. Bldg. Exclusive millinery. -advt Insure your car before you drive it, with DeWitt A. Riley, National, Bank Blag. Insurance service. advt. Entertainment and dancing at K. of C. Fair, April 6 16. advt. Many members of Mattabesett tribe, No. 14, Improved Order of Red Men, will attend the second annual meeting of the Northern Connecti cut Red Men's council In Bristol to morrow afternoon and evening as guests of Compounce tribe. No. 15. There will be an entertainment and dancing In the evening. Htartllne: increase! In the Connect! cut motor vehicle registration lists are reported from the state capltol offlces, where nearly 1,000 reglstra Hons a day are being Issued to pros pective motorists. The department of motor vehicles states that the num ber of pleasure and commercial auto mobiles registered at the close of business last week was larger than the figures on the same day last year by nearly 23,000, The 100,000 mark has been passed In Connecticut registration figures and the markers, now being issued, are well along In the six figure class. Up until April 2 there have been issued to owners of pleasure and commercial cars a total of 105,025 licenses for 1923. Of this number 20,414 have been Issued for use after April 1. The 105,025 flgurs Is divid ed Into 82,758 pleasure cars and 2. 269 commercial cars. Only 2,9'j9 commercial markers have been is sued for April 1 use. The other 17, 455 are pleasure cars. A comparison of the 1923 figures with those of last year shows that a high water mark has been reached In the registration lists In Connecti cut. The present figure tops that of any April 6 in tho history of the de partment and is equal to the total registration figure on May 5, 1922. In spite of the wintry blasts that still blow about the state, motorists are clamoring to get out licenses for new cars and for cars that have been stored during the winter. The rec ord registration figures seem to point out that there will be an unprece dented number of cars traveling about the city streets and country highways this spring and summer. On Saturday the mail) and branch offices of the department remained open the entire day for the conven ience of those who were unable ,to get out licenses on Good Friday. A record amount of business was re ported by those in charge of the vari ous offices. At the Hartford windows nearly 1,500 licenses were distributed, and a total of over 8,000 were given out at the other office windows. On Monday another rush was evi dent at the distributing centers, where between 2,500 and 3,000 state cus tomers were cared for. Since then the crowds have gradually been di minishing, but still as unusual num ber of registrations and operators' li censes are being issued each day. Already tho department of motor vehicles reports that a total of close to $3,000,000 has been received from registrations, operators' licenses, and fines. This amount is much greater than the income for a similar period In any other year. Last year's In come for the first three months was but a little over $2,180,000, and even that was an increase of 57 per cent over the 1921 income. " RESUSCITATES THE DEAD BY HEART INJECTIONS Chicago Doctor Telia of Using Adrenal Gland Secretion To Try It on Dying. Chicago April 6. A new method of resuscitation by the injection of fluid from the adrenal glands directly Into the heart, credited with reviving per- sona who have been pronounced dead, was explained In reports read last night by Dr. Dennis W. Crlle of Chi cago to a Joint meeting of the Chicago Medical society and the Chicago So ciety of Anaesthetists. Dr. O, W. Crlle of Cleveland, Ohio, uncle of the speaker, was credited with pioneering work with his nephew In the re searches reported. The physician read reporti of eases, explaining the revival of persona aaid to have been dead aa long as 10 mln utes,' In some cases, be said, pa tients who had been pronounced dead .were revived died again, and were revived again at Intervals, and Ulti mately recovered completely. Aa de scribed by Dr. Crlle, the method calls for the Injection of large quantities of adrenal Into the ' heart by use of a hypodormlo needle. Some times, Dr. Crlle aald, resusottatton was assisted by manipulation of the heart in the hands, and respiration aided by me chanical reproduction of the breath ing processes. "Life can be restored by this meth od provided the cause of death can be removed quickly," Dr. Crlle aald. "With prompt and fearless treatment the patient may be made to live afcaln. "So far I have used the treatment only In the casea pf persona ho were pronounced dead, not only by me but by other surgeons. Hereafter X pro pose to employ It on persons who are dying." ' ' Dr. Crlle aald the first use of adren al upon the human heart was In Bel glum during the war, when soldiers badly wounded by shells were re stored by It and accompanying sur gery. The greatest utility for the new method, Dr, Crlle aald, la In resuscita tion of persona who die from effects of anaesthetic! while undergoing operations . The adrenal gland secretion, accord ing to medical authorities, eontrol the emotions of courage and fear. THE DANGEROUS AGE Is it 20, when a man needs a mother, not a wife? When a girl seems old enough to be her mother's mother? FOX'S Next Mon. HAD GREAT PARTY Announcement Festivities for Miss Gould Continue Through . Night Until Dawn Today. New York, April 6. One of the most brilliant social affairs of the season in New York society, a dance to announce the engagement of Miss Gloria Gould, 17 year old daughter of George J. Gould, to Henry A. Bish op, Jr., of Bridgeport, Conn., came to an end at dawn today. More than 350 persons ' attended the event at Sherry's which was lav ishly decorated with peach blossoms, red tulips, smllax and potted flowers brought especially from Florida. Dancers from the Metropolitan Opera Co. furnished an attractive fea ture. The menu was Supre de fruits, bouches de honard nantu, filet de volatile pascal, fruits a la sherry, frlandlses and cafe. As the dance ended, bacon and eggs, rolls and cof fee, were served. No date has been set for the wedding. Children in English schools used to smoke 250 years ago. GHAS. DILLON & CO. HARTIX)RD The Smartest of Sports Suits The coats and skirts of chic sports suits agree to disagree this season sometimes as to color, some times as to fabric. In any event they're harmonious ly combined. In all materials, including the new suede cloths. S25 $35 $45 RottMeder's 378 Main Street Z7w Britain I For Tomorrow Spring Coats, Capes and Wraps Representing the Best of the New STYLES, FABRICS and COLORS $14,98 $19,98 $35.00 Capes . that swing straight from the shoulder. Wraps with cape sleeves, tailored coats, side tie effects, side fastened Capes with new panels, mandarin sleeved modes, bloused effects, circular skirted wraps. Soft materials such as Ormondale, Panvelaine, Normandy, Lustrosa, Bolivia or Poiret Twills, Tricotines and sports fabrics. 1 Timely For This Week Lovely New CrepeFrocks $15 $20 $25 Complete showing of fine Hosiery for. women, in all new shades. 98c $1.95 $2,95 Dresses of every description, favored by fashion for every occasion of Spring. Clever reproductions and adaptations of exclusive modes Each model characterized by distinctive styling and superior quality of fabrics ; featuring especially Egyptian effects in embroidery and beading. 51 MACKAY & WALLIN 43 MAIN ST. The Furniture and Drapery Shop Opposite Hungerford Court BABY CARRIAGES . and GO-CARTS ALL THE NEW PATTERNS IN THE NEWEST COLORS ALL PRICED VERY REASONABLE CONGOLEUM AND FELT BASK RIGS A Large Assortment of Patterns and Sixes. TJie 0x12 Felt Base Ruj Special $13.95 fhe 9x10-6 Kelt Base Rug Special $1250 targe Keloi'tton of SIMMONS SrLlil; BEDS In the new wood finishes. see Oil if our special Simmon Bed at $1111 Simmons Fabric Springs . $5 95 a-pii;ci; bedroom si itk Confuting of good nlwd IirewMT, full kI.o licit and roomy Chtfferobe. . All In 01 07 flfi walnut finish. Priced at J 1 Ct I UU For Saturday Only QVF.lt DHAI'EHIEH (uarantwri SiuifaNt, In hmnac, gold, blue and rot. 86 Inch, 4 uirli, 50 InrU umIis I'rlird from $1.75 to $3.50 t). rorcii covers f .oori Nelrrtlnn I'l IiynI front $1.89 to $12.00 98c LINOLEUMS F.xlra good quality Printed Linoleum. Square yard , Good Quality Inlaid Linoleum. A mm Square Yard ., , plfO Felt Base Floor Covering, Cf Square Yard 0C a.piEtE dim.ng si nn ' In walnut. ronsUtlna; of buffet, table, 5 side chair and 1 liot chair, Specially & 1 f O Cf priced for Saturday at $ 1 43 OU ' CRETONNES The Scsmmi's Newest Diwigns and Colorings. Prli-ed From 29c to 75c TD. .Headquarters For , K1RSCII FLAT RODS Single Doubla Triple All SImss, WE MAKE AM) WANG WINDOW MMDI hFOrt rilO.MIf SERVICE RING 11 OUR SHADE PHO.K t a . i a . i II Renier. Pickhardt & Dunn 127 Main St. Phone 1409-2 Opposite Arch Street Spring Goods For Spring Weather Which Is.Sure ' ' ' To Come Latest in SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, THREE PIECE SUITS of Silk or Woolen Materials. , . BLOUSES, SKIRTS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, VEILS AND JEWELRY; i y fa 0.. . APRIL BARGAINS Al CLARK & BRAINERD'S IS! MAIN STREET TIDE COM.WON SENSE DENTIFRICE THAT CLEANS Regular 25c Tube of Klenzo Dental Creme GIVEN AWAY With Every Purchase of Our ' REGULAR 35o TOOTH BRUSH (Good brushes assorted shapes and handles both bleached : i and unbleached bristles) The Moat Remarkable Op port unit Ever Offered You to Try This The Most Remarkable Opportunity Ever Offered You to Try This SO SOOTHING AFTER SHAVING , i V . When you want a good tonlo or toilet water to soothe the skin after shaving and most men do there are few things so satis factory as Bay Rum. - -OUR BAY RUM is mads from the finest Import ed distilled Oil of Bay. Full strength and highest quality. Sure to satisfy you as It has so many others. 8 oz. bottle regularly 50c. ST! 39c SIlc MONOGRAM. s RUBBER GLOVER keep the hands soft 4 and rhlte through th. daily round of household duties. 'Should al ways be worn during house cleaning and dish trashing. .' These gloves are of .high qual- , ity, made from soft pliable rub-' ber and medium in weight, they fit perfectly. ."' Regularly per pair .... $1.00 Special Now .... . 69c YOU SAVE 31c TONE CP THE WHOLE ; SYSTEM ' That's what so many need to do at this" season after the weak ening effects of winter. REXALL IRON AND CASCARA TONIC with Celery is pleasant in taste and easily assimilated. It promotes ap petite and builds strength. Should be taken regularly at thla time, or whenever fatigued or overworked. t 16 oz. bottle regularly $1.00. n79c sllc MAXIXE CHERRIES have long been a popular spe cialty with us, Whole rip cherries In liquid cream, eoated with high-grade chocolate. They fairly melt in your mouth. Everybody likes them Instant , ly and the attractive box, with 'Its gala colors, makes a most appropriate package for gift purposes. t Regularly per pound 5c. SET 49c ri0c WONDERFUL FOR HOUSE CLEANING For cleaning sinks, floors; woodwork, garbage cans, water closets, cellars and stables, we feature and recommend . NO. 6 DISINFECTANT .. 'it's safe but powerful, acts like sunlight and kills germs and Insects. Also valuable around the sick room and un surpassed as a "dtp" for your livestock and dogs. - 16 oz. bottle rcgidarly 50c Special OQr You Now . U7U Save lib . .5 oz. bottle regularly 251 special in iou Now . itC Save 66 CADET WALNUT TOPS These popular confections, also sometimse known as "Montevideos" consist Of deTi . clous vanilla cream, coated with high grade chocolate, and the whole piece topped with select ed walnut halve. Altogether one of the ljest and most generous nut pieces we have ever seen. Rrgularly per pound 60c Now1 49 C - save llC KANTLF.F.K FOUNTAINS';? " ) SYRINGES fJl-t are made of .highest quality f lib ber, , molded all In one pitce, with ; extra heavy walls, smooth surface and glossy satin finish. The bag is of full capacity' and carries special measuring marks. Guaranteed For Two Years If one of these Kantleek Syringes should prove unsatis factory within two years',' you can exchange it for a new one, without charge In any Rexall store anywhere. - M,; Extra rapid flow Kantleek . tubing, three hard rubber pipes and metal shutoff with each syringe. ' V" Two quart size regularly $3.75 Special "Now 98 You Save 77c A RELIABLE TONIC . " LAXATIVE Is valuable in treating chrdnio constipation. We recommend CASCARA EXTRACT TABLETS (5 grain) ' They are chocolate-coated and therefore easy to take. ' A very useful preparation to keep handy at all times. - Bottle of 100 regularly 35c. Special ni You A Now , silC Saw Itt SUPERIOR ABSORBENT COTTON Very high grade absolutely free from Impurities quickly absorbent. Indispensable in the sick room and a valuable. thing to keep In the home at all times. " 8 oz. narkaee rea-ularlr 50c Special OA You 11 Now . OIC Save 1 Iv ORIOLE FABRIC STATIONERY ' A good inexpensive Station ery suitable for general corres pondence needs. All white, Box contains 24 sheet of paper and 24 envelopes. A wonderful ng value at ............. mOC Y'OU WILL LIKE THESE SUNDAES AS SERVED AT OUR FOUNTAIN APRIL SPECIAL , . 20o PURSY WILLOW DELIGHT , Z6c APRIL SHOWER I. 20c TRAILING ARBUTUS . , ( , . lc CLOUDY DAYS ' Sue LUNCHEONETTE SERVED DAPjY WEEK-END PANTRY SPECIALS OPEKA COFrEE S for 63c OPERO TEA 3 for 61C SYMOND INN COCOA 3 for Sle 8YMOND INN CHOCOLATE 3 for Sfto CHOCOLATE PUDDING 3 for 16o EXTRACT LEMON 3 for lc EXTRACT VANILLA 8 for 86o CLARK & BRAIuERD DRUG STORE l$t MAIN STREET FOX9S MON. TIES. U'KD, Every Wife Should See It With Her Husband "THE DANGEROUS AGE" A Drama of IVanrirrinir Mm and Wondering Women NEXT THURS. KRI. SAT. The Big Hit of the Year "THE HOTTENTOT" A Rollickirfg Racing; Romance