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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD. I'T.IDAY, APRIL 1G, 192G.
TRAPPED BY FIRE
INN.Y.SKYSCRAPER
Firemen Succeed in Rescuing
Men and Women
New York, April Id W Several
mm nd women employes, tut off
from tll erlvators In tlio 1!. (5. Pun
A Co. office hiiildliiir on lower lirond
way, whi'n lire upro.id to tt from an
adjoining building, wtre rwni-d ln.it
night by rlremeu. rive ulnrms mic
Muudv, as the fire threatened to
i-preod to other buildings near City
H ill parlt.
,Thof' trapped in the building uf
lerod roust, Waldv from In-al nnd
.smoke, but remained culm until tin
m led thm down tho stairs. Their
exit by that route h.vl rut off
at first by streams of vi,t'..r from tin.
flr houso. Tho only elevator opera
tor on duty In th building was trap
ped between floors when ivn'er put
his machine out of operation. Fly
men hacked their nay to him with
HJtes.
The blftze started on the sixth floor
of tie building at. :f! Broadway and
upread up an air shaft to the Myth,
feventh and eighth floors of the ad
lolnlng Dun building.
A ley-hirili
Mental Hygiene Expert
Will Speak at Y. W. C. A.
Miss Hester B. Crutchcr, execu
tive secretary of the Connecticut
Society for Mental Hygiene,
;iv two interesting talks on "Men
ial. Health and Child Training" at
Hie V. W. I'. A. ne. Ttiliiy. V.
Ilrft'l a. m. n will speak m 'h-prr-Kdiool
ehild. especially to
mothers. At 12 oViock, she tmII
.-peak on oi ler children and adi
lejeents. specially for mothers,
'euelv rs and rl'ih leaders.
"The Problem Child" who does
not become the. uesful, happy per
son he might be because no one
understood "the Inferiority com
plex" which started in rhildhood,
will be discuwed.
Any persons Interested are invited
to hear Miss Crutcher. It will bo
possible for those who wtsh, to- ob
tain lunch in the cafeteria, after
11:45 nnd to eat. while they listen
id' tie talk. ,
City Items
New line of sand a iehes Crowell'e.
advt.
Ir. A. J. Savard and Dr. Edward
Currnn have returned from New
York wlvro they attended u clinic
for the past lew days. Today they
! ft for ltoston where they will at.
tend "a rllnie ut the Boston City
hospital fur four days.
A. Nu.h Co., Suit or Topcoat,
$:S 00, I'ldon mad". T. F. MrCubr
Aireni, 4'J Walnut ii. Td. 4."4.
Auvt.
A grass fire on Cambridge street
was -.xtim;ui:-hed y t rday after
noon hy Co. No, ri or the lire dc
partnieiit, and a. similar blaze, no
l.edg.-ereiit avenue was extinguish
rd last evening by Co. No. 3.
H-ua.ir, Nord n 1','ingalow, April
i in, :,i n. jmncing
. night, ailvt.
The son of Mr. and h.
an lor f ' rzonuwski iliel at
, Wc-dn-jduv. The uim-ral wa. h' Id
it the lainily hum, -, 1 1 0 ran si ,!
ysierday a 1 tei nnon
Michael ,T, Kenney, Joseph A
Haft' y, and Sianl.y Horawsltt, local
u:-.'!ertak rs, attend, ,1 a lecture on
undei-tiikii'g mrgery at. .New Hum n
Wt 'lnesiiay aiti moon.
Your building may burn. Our 1n-
! sura nee rebuilds it. Louie ft. Jeii-!
Ag' nry. ndv.
I Mr. nud Mrs. Kenneth Kron of
I Mori roe snaet. are spending a few
! das In New York ctiy.
j Stanley l'. I'locharczyk of High
jfireet ha.s .joiner the matt of the
i Commercial Trust Co. foreign ex-
change department.
Pome very good values In hats at
13.55 for Saturday. French Hat
Khoppe, R. K. Arcad". advt.
Bazaar at Nord'n Hungalow to
morrow night. Orchestra, mut.ic,
; dancing, ndvt,
Strictly Fresh Elm Hill F.ggs,
! 4jc Doz. National Tea Importers.
I -advt.
Orange County Butter Fresh
Made, -.ijc pound. National Tea
j Importers. advt,
! Our Own Fresh Made Peanut,
i Butter, (Special for Sat., Inc. pound.
National Tea Importers. advt,
ONCE WEALTHY, IS
POOR MAN AT 83
Despondent New Yorker Is Saved
From Suicide
I New York, April 1 iA An
' S3.year-old man, who Mid he had
. nive had "millions," but now was
poor and tlre.1 and wanted to die,
was urraignerl before Magistrate
Macrery in Morrisania court yeMer
, .lay and held for Fperlal sessions for
violating the Sullivan law. lie Is
.Waller Chisholm. of 1 0 .' 4 Stcbhins
' avenue, the Bronx. He said he had
, t'eena. member of the Consolidated
t-'tock Exrhatttje for forty years.
Chifludm was arrested in mi nn
idertaker's establishment at S.iJ East
j Hath street, the Bronx, by latticthe
j Moore of the Alexander un'iiuo sta
tion, who had be. n told that Cliis
I holm Intended to commit suicide,
i '"'hishohn had nn ancient revcdv-i'
and tiild the detect!' t he wan"d to
laiy cartridgi.'K for It.
I Chisholm said he hail been turned
; out by his wife. He asserted that
Chisholm street, in the Bronx wan
! named after him. Two letters in hi.-f
pockets said that when they were
: delivered he. would be dead,
i Mrs. Chisholm. who is much
i younger than her husband, was fold
I of his arrest and ridiculed his as
sertions that he had been put out
of his hom and Intended suicide.
'His mind had been ait'eet.d when
ho lost most of his mom about two
yearn ago, she said.
I lilrs. Olilsholm declared lnr bus
bund was a member ul a wuullliy
! family interested wlih the early uv.
.a lopm-nt of the Bronx and that h'
i was worth more than fifiu.nnn at one
t inn-. He lied been ae.Mnlanl ti oas
urer of the Consolidated Kxehnng' .
tdie said. She continued his state
ment that a street had been ivimed
j for him, nnd said be and his fathei.
a colli go profes-nr, developed tin.
! section of the Bronx in which Chis-
j holm lives.
j "My husband made and !ot
i money." Mrs. Chisholm said, "and
i he had lots of monev left to him
;by his family. But be made bad
'investments, and two yiars ago the
'"Umax came and wo had to change
our mode of living. It is very hard
for a man who had tbo money and
! position bo had to accustom himself
! to present conditions, and his losses
.nreyed on his mind so much that lie
.had a stroke eight months ago."
j The Chisholms have no children.
(Mrs. Chisholm said their married life
i had been happy. Her husband left
i Saturday, she said, to visit friends
i in lib ersl I" Drive,
j Hostilities in Field
Suspended in Morocco
j I'ai'iw, April li ? Hostilities
,ao virtually bei n suspended In
: .'loiocco, llifnaii delegates uru act
ually on ihe way t0 Oudjda, nnd Jt
now appiaia ci rlulu tl.ul tho peace
1 i egeiiatiun:, will begin next Mon-
i day.
j Ma.ior Duck. and Georges Pousot
'a--, due to Oijilj'la today and o
tiinrrow respectively, Tho third
! I -ei eh delegate, (ionor.1l Simon,
I has aln ady arrived at the town, and
! ft with General Mougln-for R
: 'eur of Taouri! and the French ad
i v.ain'e posts li' a'iinmobilo.
I The Fnncii regard It as a fac
I e: ciatest Importance that tho Itii
I rans should consent to attend the
j eon:erence, knowing the program
I and accepting the rigorous condi
j tions laid down as the basis of dis
, cusslon.
Young Lochinvar Given
Another Chance by Judge
New Tork, April 14 fP Cornelius
Fitzgerald, whoso chief worldly pos
sessions were II years and H. In a
scant hour yesterday acquired three
attributes of a more chosen few a
wife, a summons to traffic court, and
the good wishes of a Judge.
Police found him trying to sell a
dilapidated car with license plates
that didn't match. In court he an.
nounced It was his wedding day. 'In
that case," said Magistrate Glatz
mayer, "and before I fine you, how
much money have you?"
"Four dollars."
"I wish you luck," the magistrate
remarked, 'fentence suspended."
stetson j$y jdP3gy
pip J '
K. C. MI.t.MNO DIFS
Charleston, S. C, April 1'! (Pi
! Rudolph C. Fiegling, president and
1 controlling owner of the News and
1 Courier company of Charleston,
j died yesterday after a brief illness.
I Mr. Riegllrg was born April 1",
, l&fcT. He was a graduate, of I'rlm-e-:
ton, where he was a member of
i the football teams of 1 00 7 an I
! 10"S and captain of the 1 9(r
eleven.
Volcanic Outburst Is
Visible for 50 Miles
Hilo, T. H., April 15 0PVTno
naming red geyser spurting lava
I .'" feet into tho air nnd vislblo al-
nm:" j'i miles away, was tho latest
i display of tunperament today by
I Manna I-o.-i, while streams of !aa
' cuntlnued to flow toward tho ocean.
I.if. J. A. Jaggar, In charge of the
; volcano observatory, said one stream
! ut lava would pass by a village
, church which Is now iu tt.i path.
i OPPOSE WAGE CITS
I Brussels, April 16 (P) The In
ternational Miners' commlttoo to
day expressed its solidarity with
i tho British miners In lheir fight
against wage reduction. It went on
j record as desirous of supporting
thrin, in tho event of a. strike, by
stopping the exportation of foreign
coal to England.
Argentina Wants U. S.
To Aid Her Aviators
Buenos Aires, April 16 P The
foreign office Is cabling Ambassador
Fueyrredon at Washington directing
him to seek the assistance of the
American authorities for A flight
from New York to Buenos Aires to
be undertaken by two civilian vi
a'ors, Bernardo Duggan and Eduar
do Ollvero.
The aviators, who propose to be
gin their attempt on the Argentine
independence day, May :5, have al
ready sailed for Italy to obtain a
seaplane of the Savoia type, with
which they will embark for New
York about. May 1.
Chinese War Victors
Still Outside Peking
I-vking. April l'i tPe-Thi; forces
of Chung Tso-Lln. the Manchurian
war lord, have not yet, attempted
to enter the city, as it had been
generally feared they would and
I'Oinplete. order1 is being maintained
here.
The main body of the Manchu
rian army remains at Tungchow.
though one regiment was located
outside Tungtingmen this morning.
Manchurian cavalry detachments are
patrolling the neighborhood and
rounding up national army strag
glers, a party of whom were rap
tured this morning.
American Sailors Given
Japanese Hero Awards
Yokohoma. April 16 (Pi The cap.
tain and crtw of the American
steamer Java Arrow, which rescued
13 survivors of the Japanese, steam
er Daishln Mara February 19 after
their vessel had drifted helpless for
four weeks and they were near death
were decorated today with the medal
of merit with scarlet cordon, grant
ed by the. emperor of Japan. When
'he ship arrived she was greeted by
throngs w ho cheered the. officers and
crew.
Prepared at
homo in
a minute
by briskly
3tirring the
powder in
hot or cold
water. No
Cooking
Safe Milk
and Diet
For Infants, Growing Children,
Invalids, Nursing Mothers, etc.
Rich milk, combined with extract of choice grains. Very
nourishing, yet so easily digested that it is used, with
benefit, by ALL AGES, ailing or well. An upbuilding diet
for infants, invalids, nursing mothers, etc. Convenient,
Light Nourishment, whenever faint or hungry. A cupful,
taken hot, upon retiring, induces sound, refreshing sleep.
FALL PIIOVF.S FATAL
Worcester, Mass., April 15 OP)
After lying unconscious ISO hours as :
the result ot a skull fracture, Adam ;
Iglowskl, E5, a widely known Web
ster merchant, died In St. Vincent '
hospital this morning. The fracture '
resulted from an accidental fall
down a, flight of stairs at his homo (
In Webster last Saturday. I
DO YOU LOOK AT
YOUR SHOES?
Everyone else does
When you buy our kind of shoe you buy the
utmost in value that it is possible to offer at the
price.
All the newest Hosiery Shades are offered at
$1.65 and $1.95.
W. G. SIMMON Corp.
85 West Main Street
SATURDAY SPECIALS AT
Ward Nights Concluded
At B. P. 0. E.. Clubhouse
The last o( the ward nlgh's at the
Ktks club' was enjoyed last evening
when over 100 me;nbers assembled
after the meeting and lis'encd to the
"Obi Timers' Quartet." The mem:
hers of the fifth ward were th- hes's
and everybody proclaimed Chairman
Frank f'lynes an A No. 1 entertaln
nieut seeetnr. Tlure W' re :-cane
members around the elub who said
iliat the fifth ward put on the best
time, including; food and f ntertaln
ment, but. on the otliet hand in. re
were others who liked the 'bird
ward frolic best.
Confec
tionery SUGAR
4 pounds
25c
;mmm
mil
i I
M
Royal
Lunch
Crackers
!i pounds
35.
Morning Specials 7 o'clock to 12:30
LEAN SMOKED Qfi CHALLENGE r o
SHOULDERS lb ZUC MILK cans d,OC
LEAN FRESH 1 C BEST PURE 001
MOULDERS IT) LUC LARD Z lbs 6 1 C
Enfield Revolutionary
Records for Washington
Thompsonvillr , April It'. T'rle
gafes from ! m bit". ''Very Able y
Chapter. I.'. A. H., lea in,?: lodav to
attend the ;r.th ontincnt.il congress
in Washington. .'-, nt week-,
took with them cophs of tho v. ar
lecords of 1 5" fhife I I rudde rs who
.;ered ill the I' vol u! lona r v war fnr
presnn a I ion among Ihe hi-ton al
records in Memorial hall.
Harvard Presents
: 7 Best Dressed Team
' Cambridge, M" s.. April IS ? -.Ian
arl hi." lb- b. H dec ?"!-1 ba:--e,
;all team tin? year. The squad ap
peared sf rday wetrlnp new M-t-,:rrs
made Ilk" iop'-o;.. of unlforin
material anl loib! !r as'ed. A
'jie 'collars and the p.k'.ts. For the
'he collars rl the po.-k'ts. r..r ti."
erst tiro in It!.-" ry Hie name
"Hars-ard" Is sp'l'eii across th'
blousi f o: t!.- unUorms.
SPECIAL
7 A. M. to tl A. M.
Best POTATOES Pk. 98c
A CHARGE ACCOUNT AT
THE FAMOUS STORE
WILL DO WONDERS
OUR GUAR
You Are Guaranteed You Are Guaranteed
All Day Specials
STRLOIX
SHORT
PORTERHOUSE
I lb. Cr
BEEF
PRIME RIP. ROASTS
LEAN BONELESS POT ROAST
H 28c
II) 20c
LEAN ROAST PORK lb 25c
FRESH SPARE RIliS I!) 22c
J'Of H I M N A Qt I I Ti n
Doston. April 1'. iP l.i u'er.-:nt
Thomas J. Ct'ltara of the Hi v. r" I-o-ia-e
vis tounl not en 1 1 ' y of con: pir
acy in s'll liquor ar 1 a'e ;-t in it n
bribe bv a biry in sup'Tler court lo
dav. l'rank ". . "urtly indic'-d
ih D'Hara. f"i l ee-i iiae v, r.bu
as aeultted.
miiji.vi iniiTjF id iMc j i mo rran id iuc
CHOICE SHOULDER STEAK ... lb 22c HONEY BRAND HAMS lb 38c
" VEAL I LAMB
ROAST VEAI lb 2r,c J LEGS GENUINE SPRING LAMB lb Kc
VEAL FOR STEW lb 15c j LAMB FORES lb 2.1c
VEAL BREASTS lb 16c LOIN LAMB CHOPS lb :;0c
EAL ( HOPS lb 35c i LAMB FOR STEW 1b 15c
FANCY MILK FED FOWL lb 45c i BEST FRANKFORTS lb ISc
BAG SAUSAGE lb 30c j FRESH CUT HAMBURG lb ISc
BEEF LIVER lb 15c ( SUCJAR CURED IJACON lb 38c
'VETS GET
MA18BIE'
Come alonp! if you're
Inokinri for lnusihs
AT THE NEW PALACE
Sun., Mon., Tues.
SUGA R 10 57 c 25Ji $1.39
EVAPORATED MILK 3 cans 29c
UAMI'UELL'S BEANS and TOMATO SOUP 3 cans 2oc
TOILET PAPER 3 n, 23c
Preniier Snlad Dressing bottle 33c j Light Meat Tuna Fish can 19c
Mimr Corn . . 2 cans 25c ' Eaily June Peas 2 cans 25c
Fancy Tomatoes 3 cans 25c ! Pink Salmon 2 cans 29c
( ut Beet-; large can 19c Spinach 2 cans 35c
VJaty Prunes 2 lbs 25c ; Pure Cocoa 2-11) can 25c
A Square Deal!
for every member of your
family who makes a selec
tion here. We guarantee
absolute satisfaction on
every item of men's, wo
men's or children's apparel
that is bought
AT THIS STORE
A Square Deal!
on every purchase. It makes no dif
ference whether you spend much or
little. We guarantee 100 cents' worth
for every dollar purchased on
OUR EASY FAMOUS TERMS
AT THIS STORE
ANNOUNCEMENT
On Friday, April 30, at 3 p. m. we will draw the lucky number for
fhe Freshman Masterpiece Radio Set which we are giving away
free to the winner. Be sure to bring your coupon before April 30.
If you haven't received your lucky number by mail stop in at our
store and get one.
Next door to John A. Andrew's Furniture Store
(Open Evenings)
138 Main Street
hi
WEDGWOOD
CREAMERY
UTTER
fresh
made
2 ibs 89 c
PA It ESI) ALE
FARM
Strictly Fresh Eggs 2 doz. 73c
Full Cream Cheese
Nurna Nut Oleo . . .
lb 32c i Gmd Luck Olco tb 32c
lb 30c i First Prize Oleo lb 30c
CALIF. SUNK I ST ORANGES dozen 43c
FANCY BALDWIN APPLES 6 Ibs 25c
LARGE RIPE BANANAS dozen 23c
YELLOW GLOBE TURNIPS 7 lbs 23c
OUR STORAGE VAULTS OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
THE SAFEST KIND OF PROTECTION
Our entire storage plant is protected against theft
by the A. D. T. BURGLAR ALARM SYSTEM, which is
connected with the Hartford Police Station.
No firm in this city can offer such PROTECTION.
Call 2089 and our motor delivery service will call for
your FURS.
Store Closed Saturday Evenings at 6 o'Clock
Until August 1
Sound Yellow Onions 4 Ibs 23c
New Green Cabbage tb Sc
Calif. Sunkist Lemons dozen 39c
Extra Heavy Grapefruit 2 for 19c
Fresh Cut Spinach peck 29c
Iceberg Lettuce 2 for 25c
New Bunch Carrots 2 bunches 15c
Ripe Tomatoes lb 29c
Connecticut Furrier
INCORPORATED
86 West Mln Street
Telephone 2989
HARTFORD ESTABLISHMENT AND ST ORANGE FLANT, 90-92 CHURCH STREET

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