NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 1. lKt
Gem Safety Razor
lather Brush .59
169-171 Main St.
JUDGE PUZZLED BY
HlX-UP IN TRUCKS
Pref .martly and Comfortably U
In new x
now to be bought her at
$14.75 $23.75 $27.75
Mad of heat resisting Palm
Beach Cloth. Tropical Worsted
an4 Gabardine. Smart style
i-i. .J ImIa (tiau RIlltH
that are imw - j
to itay tn light and dark colors
"It P To Buy Our Kind"
When ready for canoeing, boating,
fishing or hunting trip, be sure to
carry along an extra pair of glasses.
Exercise both foresight and dis
cretion by anticipating the possible
chances of breaking or losing jour
We Cn Quickly Make in Exact
Duplicate of the Glutei You
Are Now Wearing.
nit cl ST. Phone 5.0
Name ol VVisk and Name ol
Vehicle Change Rapidly
th. mini by '" hall be known,
,h. isdUior or in ''' !"
., triiika ar i"llu"" i
Who .. ..oh., W. WUk- Th-"
lie ' "", 'Ki-.no... thai p;
m rmVi II.. ol Valentine
Wis. nt HI lr... ch.rf.4
with canning to have npemted an "
registered aul'imnl.il. ws heard be
fore Judge iwniomlii W. Ailing, and
to which no satisfactory answers
A(lBr lul.-ninf to tlie euden. e,
Judg A'lwg derided lhat lli i"tir
waa one to be taken up by the mm
mllonr of motor vehicle for settle
menl and suspended Judgment ' "e
ars of Wlsk and Joseph Kiewlekl of
Kim road, who arrested while
,....,,.. the truck mill charged uh
operating an unregistered automobile.
Traffic Polemnn John Stadler tea
lifted that he anw the truck on Main
street with a reglatraiion piat in
he believed wee for another truck. He
ordered Kiewlekl to atop the truck
and aaked him for the reglatraiion
certificate. Kiewlekl producer! one,
but th name of the truck on the cer
tlflcnte did not correapond with the
name on the radiator of the truck
Kiewlekl was driving go Htadler plac
d him under arrest, end Valentine
W'lek. who claimed to be th owner of
thetruck waa arreated ahnrtly after.
Attorney Michael A. Sexton, repre
sentlng Wlsk, asked fltadler how he
knew that the truck waa not th one
for which the registration was issued,
and waa told that, th nam on the
radiator did not correapond. Atty.
Sxton maintained thnt th nam on
th radiator did not determine the
nam of a machine as there waa noth
ing to prevent taking lh radiator
from on machine and putting It on
another if It would fit, by doing this,
the make of the truck would not be
An employe of the office of the
motor vehicle dpertment. produced
the application made out for th
truck In the name of John W. Wlsk.
Nobody In court knew anybody by
that name and no explanation could
be found for the appearance of the
name on the application blank. Val
entine claimed that he owned the
truck and had registered it, but he
know of no John W. Wlsk. He said
that it was the only truck he owned,
whereupon a record was produced
from the motor registry showing that
a registration had been issued to Val
entine Wisk for a different truck en
tirely. Valentine disclaimed all
knowledge of the truck registered In
Ills name, saying that he did not own
It and knew nothing about it.
Walter Wlsk testified that the truck
involved in the case before the court
waa a reconstructed truck, and that
the mechanism, including the engine,
was that of a truck that corresponded
with the name on the registration certificate.
Michael Zier of 42 Broad street -was
fined $5 when ho was arraigned on a
charge of assaulting another roomer
at he house. He told the court that
he hit the man when ho called him a
name that was an insult to his moth
er and which he would not tolerate.
Clifford Simons of 2 Day street had
judgment suspended when he was ar
raigned on a charge of operating a
motorcycle with the cutout open. He
was arrested by Patrolman Frank
The court warned Simon to discon
tinue operating his motorcycle in such
a manner as to make unnecessary
noise. Simons claimed that the cut
out of the motorcycle was closed but
ho was operating it with the spark re
tarded which caused It to explode
with loud reports.
SPECIAL SALE ON
Margaret W. Hepp
Castle Bobb, regular $9.00,
at $7.00 each.
Curls and Switches greatly
FOR TIUS WEEK ONLY
U. S. OFFICIALS ARREST
N.Y. HOSTELRY MANAGERS
HI. ialt At llll ( arltim H"tM .lr
Alhvxl To Hate Mali! Hie
lateral Prohibition law
Nw York. July II. Warrants hate
been tuned for the arrest of four of.
Petals of the Itlti-Carlton hotel rem.
puny aa result of recent raid by
prohibition incuts who sulned a large
quantity of liquor on th hotel'e
fashionable roof resort, hm learned
Knowledge of the action against the
hotel managers became known wiirt
lha artaignnient beloii I'tilted Wale
t'niuiiil.emner Hitchcock of Krrol
Kerr, a member of the hotel manage,
infill, on a elmige "f having violated
the Volstead act, His appearance was
tli tli at Indication that th govern,
men! authorities had acted aganut the
Invwatigstlnn showed that warrants
I'hurgliig Uolation of tha Volstead act
had been Issued sealnst Duncan liar
us, William Harris and Jo.n Watt,
all concerned In th management of
the Hltn-i'arlton. Krr, Watt and
lUliiPiin Hauls already hae been ar
roil,! and held tn S I " I'M" each.
A depulv I'nlted Htates nwshal who
ought to serve the warrant on Wil
liam Harris reported that th accused
official was dead.
Th spcfie eharg namd In th
warrants is that of maintaining a pub.
He nuisance In delation of the Vol
stead act, ,
rope Indorses Move for
Modest Garb for Women
Rom. July II. Pop Plus per
sonally ha taken a hnnd In a cam
paign Inaugurated by th Catholic
Women's Woeesnn clubs agnlnst Im
modest dress for women.
'I'll pi'iitiff, bating hrd of !
aik of thesa eliibs, dvcidvl te en. r
a iiieibil o the club evolving Hie n
tiriiiu modeei fashion In women
riot I. in. The contest far the medal
la mM4 Into two sections, Hi"".
rein-Hi section devoted to the bet
demonstration thai Itninodrst drt I
really silly, baruario and uncultivated,
nd a practical section devoted lo Ihe
actual dealgning of tlracllv fashion
designed to appeal to good taste,
niiiBlcarter In Iit l'hlll'lne
l.tdl Are Formally A'tiisM t
CihiH Martial Today.
By Th Asswlsied PrM.
Manils, July II A formal rhuge
.f mulinv and soliciting sn.
.iters lo join a union, thereby causing
diMMUitenl and impairing morm n
h.n fllail eealnat It ril.alesder Of
the recnl disturbance among the
Philippine scouts t Korl jtieivmiey.
n'i, Aintnrfii At the eenliis. mho. It
is alleged, Joined tn th gtrike move
ment for an equltMtln of pay '"
whit soldiers, ar charged with Join
ing a mutiny and conaplrlng lo begin
and join a mutiny.
Kwh group w ill h lrid n masse.
Ford Sends Ticture of
Coolidge to All Dealers
Itiolt, July 18. Large ale photo
graphs of President Coolldg have
I e en sent from the Dearborn offices
of the Pord Motor company to all
ford dealers In the I'nlted Plates. It
waa learned today. Official of th
company are emphatic In declaring
that no Influence will b brought to
hear upon dealers to have them sup
port Mr. Coolldg' campaign.
TrafTIo offlrara In . an English city
ar small red lanterns.
TO TAKE OFF FAT
New French Formula Reduces Pleasantly, Safely
tl rmi are itfffrir Unm rxtett fit; If to"' heart, lunri tni tif ire sffert'J
b th. burden you sr. e.rrv.ngi if your joint, are stiffened with rhrumitiim. . er if
riu ire a vi'f.m ol hmh blood prus.ir. due to obesity, you en now be relieved No
mitter how little or now mufn you wini TO lose, ana no miner on in
iieti ind exrcuej you h.ive tried before, SAN-ORl-NA. new dneovety of t
Frenrh .eientnl, is guaranteed to relieve any fat tnin or woman, or your money 11
SAN.r.BI-NA l the formula of a French physician. It his been used In Europe
br millionaires, actresses and hundreds of fat men and women, because it is simple,
easy, pleasant and harmless. if you are burdened with rollf of urgly tat. make
this test to dav. First weigh yourself, then so to any good drug atore and let a
box of SAS tikl NA. lake two small tablets before each meal and watch your fat
disatrtvir. One French woman, now in America, states that .he reduced 50 pounds
in eight weeks with this marvelous discovery, and has never regained one pound
since You do not have to follow any diets or exercises, but be sure and get the
right tablets, called SAN-GRI-NA, si nothing lil it baa ever before been offered '.
to tne American yuuni
a.iN-GRI-NA li now sold at MncNemee's, Dickinson's, er City Drug Stores.
YOU'LL DO BETTER
A New ArrH. of
g per pounl
Photo Albums I
Vo'J Would F.rtect
to Pay More
Axelrod's Pharmacy j
222 PARK St. j,
in n '. v
Miss Bertha Sullivan of the Connec
ticut Business college has taken a
position in the office of Russell &
Erwin Mfg. Co.
Sweet. Sixteen at Besse-Leland'i
until Saturday night. advt.
The condition of Fred McEnroe of
IS Union street, who underwent an
operation at St. Frauds' hospital In
Hartford Monday, Is reported as Im
proving. Special Suit Sale. One big lot of
$34.60 suits to bo sold at quick clear
ance for $:3.fn. New York Sample
Miss Violet Johnson, a graduate of
the Smith Business college, has .tviken
a position with the Taplln Mfg. Co.
Bobert Anderson of 4S8 Stanley
.street, entertained a number of
friends at his home last evening cele
brating his sixth anniversary.
Scalp treatments, LaFrance Beauty
Mrs. T.lltbn Robinson of 5 Wash
ington place, was admitted to the
New Britain General hospital Mon
day to undergo treatment.
Genuine Talm Beach Suits. $9.95,
at Besse-t.eland's. advt,
All dresses greatly reduced at Mary
Elizabeth Specialty Press Shop. $7 W.
Mnln, Professional Blrlg. advt.
I.unrh at Hallinan's adv.
Have the Herald follow you on your
vacation, ISc a week, cash with order.
Home cooked lunches at Crowetl's.
Collared Shirts rducd at Fitch
Jones Co. -advt.
All our tep coats to en at ij price.
Big savinps at the New Vork Sample
Plteef SlKtecri st flMie-f ,iand'
un'il Fsttirdav night nlvt.
Sweet Sixteen of BsS"e-1,lnnd'S
until Siturdav WEht. advt.
t Pfice Suit. Sale. Men and
voting mn's suit at In. vain to
t"2 New York Sompl Shp. Adv.
Genuine Palm peach Suit, ? !S.
at Raa-I.laiid' ad'"f.
Mis Helen MHknwilr, nt V? Baa
sett rtreet, waa tendered a farewell
party at her home lf evenlne Miss
Mtlkowitu Is leaving for Cleveland,
Ohio, nhere she wl'l spend the re
mainder of the summer.
Do you know that the same error
of vision rarely ever exists In both
It Is for this reason that our sight
testing parlor Is equipped with every
known nppllance for both objective
and subjective tests. When you come
to us you consult an Optometrist who
Is so well versed In eyesight deficiency
that he Is never satisfied that retinal
Images be mnde practically perfect,
for It is possible to do this without
improving the vision permanently.
The errors of botb eyes, In relation to
satisfactory vision for ever after, de
mand lenses and mountings such as
we alone know how to recommend by
virtue of the widest and most varied
experience, and herein lies the differ
ence in diagnosing eye trouble.
My Specialty Comfortable Vision
FRANK F. GOOPWTN
327 MAIN ST. Phone 100"
MACKAY & WALLIN
G3 MAIN STREET
, Next to Methodist Church
COUCH HAMMOCKS REDUCED
ringing roiirh PsmmiHk. - c...ered In t
qualm cmon ctufk, i i suspension, tfr 1 A Q C
neclallr Priced ?AU.7i
b1t pet .......
neady to Bent Window Awnlng. md f good
heavy duck, geclally CO OO
roi.h Shades, your choir, of fT' f ""
I ,,...... '
fio.t art. and Carriages, all reduced for omortw.
A splentlld assortment. Me our $18 95
special He wood Carriages, at
A large assortment of Trunks, Pag gml Suit
envs, here for jour (raveling need.
IES MAPE AVO HCNG AM. i Pf IOW EST PRICES. LET 19 FSTIM.iTE OX
I VJXUOW fiHA
U ill HIM IIIIII IIHMim 111 Mil llll
7i? House of Musical Values
QUALITY PASTRY SHOP
The Home of Home Made Pastry
147 MAIN STREET
Why Bake During This Hot Weather?
Buy one of our Home Mnde Pies or Layer Cakes foe your Sunday
menu. If you arc not satlliexl, come back Monday
and we will refund jour money.
Nice Assortment of Smaller Pieces.
Delicious Apple Cake, Coffee Cake, Coffee Wreath and Raisin Bread.
Satisfaction Guarantccdor Money Cheerfully Refunded,
Renier, Pickhardt & Dunn
I- !! 1 J he Mouse ot musical values ,
1 I HI " . MtMa,m. rvv . I
! PIANOS Slightly Used I
th M Ml lf S "HI
SI II For This Small m I
1 lHT 0t ' ' 1 II
Balance In Easy Weekly 1'lctrolas Premlus Columblaa
. T-imzm iiM '
18 Splendid Phonographs priced to sell quickly. Console jji ' ilrWi ' I
and Cabinet Models, all at very special savings. No home P -ytf-! iliilirTtiawaffl-- . ' I
or summer cottage need be without muslcnl entertain- 1 -.i .
jjB ment. Guaranteed to give satisfaction.
I , 138 MAIN STREET i 9 '
I '15 stois in rrincipnl Cities Victrolas, Radio, Pianos. ;
jmnmm ii MgstsTi'iM.,ii fiini 1 1 iii wi wwi Mmmtmmmmm. iiiMawMMWeg
HI a5V OllV J??tST& I
1 mpm, v
HIllEBaBBBBBHl! I lfeJf Asl WEyJ&i I
B Annual WbW 1
Wall . P
Only Once a Year Does An Opportunity Like This Occur to REALLY SAVE MONEY in
the Purchase of High Grade Wall Paper
, . '
WONDERFUL WALL PAPER BARGAINS ' .
Bedroom Kitchen Wall Paper
Regular values 10 to 15c
4V4C9 6c, 9c
Bath Room and Kitchen Wash Papers
Regular values up to 50c
127 MAIN STREET
Let t HI! lour PrcsoHptlon g
Greetings fmm an old frl'-nd: Hnkr'
C--tiflii Flavoring Extracts! AH pro
grnstve groeeee carry them advt.
W arm Weather Needs
t nusual v elite In Dainty Summer Pretvs of Unen, Voile, Gingham
and Tub Silks.
,lnat th time to add one to your Summer Outfit.
Sii.lrri. l;lu's Hosierv, Jewelry, Corsets, tn
Int lnu. W rati-Aroiiml and Stcp-tn .MudHs.
jmir riitlit Model.
Muslin I ntlerwcar for Uaiwn and Children.
Gowns, I'rinef. slips step-in nnd t'omhipntlons.
srtei'lnlty of cvtra sires.
Ivnlt 1 mlervirai fir Women and "hll.lr''n.
Miuonos. HamlkcrcliIcK I mlmdlgs. 1-3 off on all Children's t-traw
Wall Paper for the Living Room, Hall and Dining Room
Values 30c to 75c
clher front or bark
Be fitted and find
Special Sale nf $2.0fl Silk Hose, ell shades.
18c, 24c. 36c, 44c
Buy now for your future needs
A SPECIAL BIGDISCOUNT on all Brushes, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Glass, etc.
The John Boyle Company
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in All Painters Supplies .
3-5 FRANKLIN SQUARE NEW BRITAIN, CONN.
Open Wednesday Afternoons and Friday Evenings. -Closed
Saturday at 12:30 During July and August.
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