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TWO THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM, MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1920. McGuinness' Death 1 Due to. Pneumonia N; *JI Medical KMI m i n e r Samuel M. Garlick, b a s i n g completed, his Investigation i n t o the death? S a t u r d a y in Hillside home of C. A. M c C l u l i i ness of UVdUIlK-, mis f o u n d t h a t the ·primaly e nose, of d e a t h w.iu p n e u m o n i a , a l t h o u g h ho v,nj A\ forlng f r o m a I r . i e - t n r c uf t h o s k u l l received late 1 .Saturday n i g h t , O e l u - ber 2, In an a c c i d e n t nn i\r,im istreot in w h i c h two a u t o m o b i l e s wero wrecked. McC.uinncss wus d r h l n g d o w n Main s t r e e t , and was alone 1 In his car, according to I n f o r m a t i o n ell closed by tho medical e x a m i n e r probo. Ito ran I n t o the rear ,.( an automolJlIo owned hy 11 10, A-ib- moro o f 3 0 2 3 M.iln street, w h i c h was standlm. In f r u n t of I ho o w n o i ' n homo. The A.shmorc car w;is h u r l e d upon the sldewilk n m f b a d l v ·! imaged. C o n t l n u i n s r on bis' wav, M ^ f i n i n ,ness lost c o n t i o l of his i-nr at l \ i l r view avenue and M a i n street, w h e r e it ran i n t o a .v.ird. crashed I n t o n stone wall nnd t n o r t u n i o d , a wreck McOulnncss .snlTe-rcd a f r a c t u r e d skull, but w a l k e d sbme dl.st.uico . from the r u i n e d nutomoblle, ii' cended a porch nnd fell nslO'-n j t o was f o u n d sleeping by V e n i i t b prt - c l n t policemen who I n v e s t i g a t e d lithe accident, nnd WJIH .'invited ,on a charge of Intoxication. Ho told tho police his n a m e was J o h n M u r - phy. Removed to H i l l s i d e , home. Mc- ^Gulness contracted p n c u - i onla 'and died. T h e medical examiner f o u n d t h a t no other persons were) c r l m l m i l l y concerned in tho c i r c u m s t a n c e s that p led up to t h e man's death. Wilson Followed Taf t's Proposals ( ' e m t h i n c l from Pago t.) c i l l o n , a n d ( l e n e i n o r Cox's " 1 ' 1 '''""'" 1 l l '' l » l - l ' | l H'.it "inery »us- H ( ' w "oii of Mr, "an u-.i.s f o l l o w e d l l t e n i l l v . " The c o r r e s p o n d e n c e I n d i - cated t i i n t Mr Tal'I's tnijtHi'Stlons d e a l t p i l n c l p n l l y \ \ l t h p r o t c c ' t h i K ' t h e M o m oi U o c t i Ine, a n d d e a l i n g \ \ l l h A i i i e r l c a i i clomiistle questions, w i t h d r i n a l f r o m the I/C.IHUC, n n a n l n i i m s leamie cleclalons anil d i s a r m a m e n t . I'hc correspomlence made p u h l l e c o n t a i n e d two cn.bleKra.niH I'rom the P r e s i d e n t to Mr. T a l l a n d several f r o m M r . T a f t t o t h e e x e c u t i v e i n e l u d i n g one In w h i c h A. Lawrence Lowell, president o f l l a n a r d r n l v e r - slty J o i n e d , Quotes Amcndmciits. T h e ^ V l i l t e House n'lemoi a n d n m Quoted at 1 n i i t h li'ainie a m c n d n i c n L s lo s h o w n d o p t l o n ot Mr T u f t ' s HUB- sttons, The l l i u l c ' a b l e K r r i m I r o i n Mr, T.ift sent to Sed-dary I l n m i i l t y , and t'or- MRS. SUSCO'S FUNERAL TO TAKE PUCE TODAY I ' u n e r a l sorvicis for Mrs. M n f y Scaly,! Sueo, who wus shot to dentil l.v her d l v o i c e d husband last l''n- hiy, w i l l be held t h i n m o r n i n g n t I) o c l o t h nt llui lalo homo on A v n u e I I , A v o n park. No tr.tco has been ill Ksposlto, accused Susco. M I M . f o u n d of of killing OBITUARY Olyha, ve ' ll ' p 'l, ImT'i i ,V M ln« and t view Oljlm Wnllat c. i n f a n t son of l-Tutilt W a i - m o r n l t i f r at St. Tho funeral will l , ' ^ l c this m o r n burial will be in H Jtt ko- Protests Gambling In AH Its Forms oemetory. Mrs. iMilx'Hu In d a t e d Presit r e a t y JsJ assure B E E M A N TRACTOR $340 Will plow for you fhls Fall, run all Winter as a 4 II. P. ' engine, Rawing wood, prrlnd- inpt foed, etc., and bo ready for Sprint,-. Immediate do- llvcry. Wrlto or call for Booklet "L" K. G. MARTIN CO. Distributors Tiocman Tractor. 42 Park Place, N. Y. Barclay 3010 Gases Sourness Indigestion , Heartburn Flatulence Palpitation Just as soon as yon cat a tablet or ,two of Pope's Biupcjmin all the utom- ·ch distreHH caused hy acidity will end. I'ape'u J)iapep»in always puts ·ick, upset, acid sionmcliu in ireior at once. Largo OOc CIIMC--d Irritating Coughs Promptly treat couchu, colda, hoiirarntns, bronchUU and glmilar inflamed and irritatrj conditions of tho throat with o teamed remedy PlSO'S THE ALFRED FOX PIANO CO. 172FairfieldAve. Pianos, Player Pianos and Talking Machines IT'S MADE RIGHT! God-liver oil is as delicate as butter; it must be made right to palatability. Scott's Emulsior is decidedly palatable and easy to take. It contains purest Norwegian cod-liver oil that is made right from the start. 9cott Howie-. T I l o o i n f i t - l c l . N J. 20-. w i i i d o d t o ( h e I ' r e s l d i ' t i t , bile cnrrospiMulenco Has" J u n e 2,x, I n 11) Just b e f o r e the ilont r e t n i m - e l t o present t h e lo tbe Senate. H read: "I would l i k e lo send a r e t u r n o«sago and t h a t Is t h a t tbe Presi- d e n t ai'Kiie t h e league nnd Irs neces- s i t y ; t h e I m p o t M l b l l l t y to set-lire) peace w i t h o u t I I , t h e d i e n d t u l u n r e s t In Kuriiix", tlui pressure of our allies lo r a t i f y a n d secure peace at onci\ the n ed of the league w i t h tho United Statc-H to .stabilize nnd to resist lloMie-vism, tln nceesslty for ro- « a l ot negotiations If an i n i p o r l i i n t a m e n d n i e n t l i k e m dicing out Article X Is made, tho absurdity of i congressional decluratlon of peuco on one Oilc, ib,, giving 1 up of all objects of tlu^ 1 war In such a peace.' It ( r c n m u i v w c i o to iimko a slmlliir d e c l a r a t i o n . I hope, sincerely he 1 w i l l not a t t a c k the Republican MCiiatora. Ills a p p e a l w i l l ho much m o r n in- ruicntln.1 If he pleads his cause? and does n o t i t t t n c k t h e opposition." On M.iruh I D , 1 9 1 9 , I h o correbpon- denoe whowed, Secretary T i m u l t y . c u t tho I'rcsldent a message) stat- ins thai M r . Taft doslrcd to cable) Ihe I'leslilent direct w i t h ffiiggca- tlons not looking: to change "of t h e s t r u c t me of I he league, tho plan of a i t l o n or Its real c l i a r a c t o i , but slni- ply r e m o v i n g objections In mind.'! of eoiiscli-iulons Americans * * * · w h i c h Us language duos not j u s t i f y , and who.se team could be romovt-d w i t h o u t n n y lonslderablo change o( Tun u ply given by President Wll- ion sale! he; w o u l d "appi'eclnto Mr. I'.n't's t i H e r ol suggestions* and welcome them." "The sooner they arc sent the bet- t c i , " Ihe J'roililent's ivply added. " V i m need g U e y o u r s e l f n o uneasiness a b o u t mv yielding a n y t h i n g w i t h icgiird t o t h e e m b o d i m e n t o t t h e proposed l o n v i M i t l o n In the treaty." On Mm eh 18, tho correspondence showed, Mr. T.ift cabled a reserva- t i o n for the M o n r o o doctrine, stating that 11 "nlone w o u l d probably carry the t r e a t y but others w o u l d make It t ft tain." Mr. Taft'a detailed suggestions wt rn: "If yon bring bnck the treaty with the league of Nations In it, make more- specific, resorva-tloiw of the M o n r o e doctrine, llx a term for dura- t i o n of t h e leagues and tho limit of a r m a m e n t , r e q u i r e expressly uiHinlniilly oE aotion In executive c o u n c i l and body of delegate®, and mid to Articlo 15 a provision t h a t where! the c x o c u t l / e council of the body eil delegates H n d s t h e d i f f o r e n c e to grow out of an exc uslvely domestic policy. It shall recommend no s e t t l e m e n t , the ground would be c o m p l c t i l y cut from tinder the opponents of tho league In the Somite." The latter, Mr. T a f t wild, would cover t a r i f f , Japanese. Immigration inel nn "hr domestic questions · l u b r r i i M i r B d r n f l H ot proposed a r m m l n u n t . ' , and detat'e I a r g u m e n t s In t h m r 1» h a l f , ono o£ Mr. Taft's Tlu I t o p n b l l c a n senatois aro try; to s i l t i p a n x i e t y among Hn- iillcrir", n n this be 'i l i m i t a t i o n upon our tariff. It would help m u c h · n t e - t a m ! remove o t ' o c t l m i . a n d foi t h , ,, , , m o r t u a r y chapel, ., , ,,., H i d a v e n i i o n n d the b n r l t i l will In Mountain Clrovo cemetery, She was 76 y e n r s of ago ami the w i d o w , of William H. May years editor and publlHlier oV I'rldsfeport Hud'got and the w-i port H u n , small weekly publl I ' e i r many yenrs she was a re«ild n\ Mil* 11 ' 8 I "' V ' H01 ' r " tllf ''' J-Uclus M Brld'so^VW^U't^,^"^ Mrs. (iiitheriuo Jlewlt. ' The funeral of Mrs. Catherlno He. wit. wfco died at her homo In Kali- flold, was held Saturday from St c h u r c h , Fall-field. D e n n e t t lr""\r" 0 .' CuWtB . widow Ot uennett 1'. Morris, 77 tin.v nt her homo, C5 r Sho lived most of her life In this Ihomns 1 '' died flatur- * ' T'llUa Corcoran. ,n.ri M f ? ow or Edward Corcoran ^ d «^j-K w r ^-/o ,s ^^'jT'yea^lld^dTsn?-"" tnu,!, 1 ;:,';,,,^! 1 , 8 ' 110 '- 1 ' 1 ^^ TM* The f u n e r a l will he held at s - t i , o'clock tomorrow morning from ih, hi to home and at n o'clock f r o n fm-rt'd Hoart church. Burial be in st. Michael's cemetery J»mect W. Connors. sir. will Debauches Character, Corrupts Business, Leads to Dishonesty, Dr. Day Says. Dr. William Horace Day, p a s t o r of tho U n i t e d c h u r c h , In a sermon ypstorday m o r n i n i t l l k e n e t l pamblera to those who crnclllc-1 t h o Lord, Tho recent expose of R-.imbllng in tho n a t i o n a l iiport of biuseball auggcal- ed t h e ' t h o m c lo lr. Day. "Four ({amhlprs u r u c l f i u d (ho fjoril," mid D i , Day, "not becatiso I h e y wero Kumblcrs, but 'beoaiuo K ' a m b l e i H are usually the ready in- H H l r n m e n t H of outraKeons bigotry, of.' u n s c r n p u l o i i H p o l l t l c n l power. Kver since t h a t day whorevor the f;amb line: mania 1ms srlppod huni.in life, the Ijord has been crucified afresh And today all this c o u n t r y IR con- fvloiiH of the slinia of thi gambler as It hns nought to pervert our wreaf n a t i o n a l ffume of basoball, "The discovery t h a t Rnmblora control Kfimea ha.s stirred HH bocnuoe we have already p r o u d l y said th^it since, that tremendous slrug^lo In 1876-7, led 'by A. G. Spaldlng. our n a t i o n a l sport lias been a clean sport and, because It has boon a clean sport, oven gamblers have (enjoyed It. The great mass of people, lovo the national R'nmo because It ministers to their need of recrea- t i o n , because it is legitimate excite- m e n t t h a t stlr.i them out of tho m o n o t o n y of l i f e and sends them back to their tasks of b e t t e r livilns; and ' belter working with new strength nnd desire." Dr. Day condemned KtinVbllnfT from every angle, saying it dei bunched character and corrupted buMlneas, Whenever p. man begins to gamble, lw said, he J» very close to dishonesty. He- mentioned tho c.usc of a great horao rnco In Call- forjfila which was followed by a flood ot pinbezzlcmcnls and t h e f t s of all J.lio if wife, f u n e r a l from Burial 'Ho one son, James. artj-s'j" 1 ""'TM'- St. Maiy's church iJIIlfon thl" c'l".v.' U S ' ' M i c h a o l '« cemetery, Mabol Tjonlso Hernian.son. I h o l u n e r a l of Mabol Louise Tier nuinson was held at 2-y$ o'cloek ^H^r""^^^ ^ci,^ Koi fe °^i^ s N. ,., LaltovieM Frederick Itatlioia. of 'lit the I. .'".lo: u n d e r li m t o r l i l V*?uarcllnir t i e Monroo d o ; l i ' l i c s I'o'ee v , .Vi Taft w is .iiii'ioit !!)!,' W E : " M j i l f i T f l e n Is th it if Ihe ri"» i r t l c l e -ilrcatly sent, on tho Monroe ' o - l r l i e S 1 i: f-ertcel IT tho Ir'-uv, suffle'lent Ttepubllcans who signed ' b e 1 r o u n d robin w o u l d probably rc- reat f r o m their posHton and, vote or r n t l l l c n t l n n HO that -It would carry f tho other fniggeitlons were wlopted, 1 fee 1 eonlldenl th.il ill b u t f i i w who oppose any I^eas'iia at oil w o u l d ho ( ' i l v e n to acci'ot their a n j ti «t i n d for the r^Migue." A n o t h e r messn,?o bv Mr. Tuft on March US, 1911), u p o n tho same sub- e'( t Bald: "Veritnro to siiggiss-t to President hat f a i l u r e to reserve Monroo doc- i l n o morci K p e c l l l c a l l y 1n face of ippoKltbin In confcrenco will jflvo ·vieat w,lght to objection thai jt ague as first ri-ported ondanfrerft (.octrliH 1 It w i l l si'rlou'ily ornbnr- (l,ss advocates of Ijcutfue, it w i l l cer- a l n l v lend to Senate* a m e n d m e n t s ·mboelyln,," d o c l r m o nnd other prc- Isliins In f o r m lews I l k o l j to securo i i i l i s v c i n e n t aeenilescene-e of o l h t v ationii t h a n p i o p e r re-se r v a t i o i i low. De-e m semio i.t'id of M o n r i e b r ' i i l n e a m e n l ' i , e - n t now l o A r t i e I t X. \ ' a l to ict M J t n n c o of league l'i ul'i e o u n t r y . 1 .sn MilH w i t h f u l l e r i l l / . , i t l o n t i n t c ' i : n p l l c i i t i o n s li» o ' l l c r c n c e m e rn, riy i . t . c l n o t "loi'rlv I K ' ' i s t o c i i l h"i'i'. A n t ; i i i i K nnd nie'- e j - l r l M t i i m l ' i i j - v w i l l curry tin ·e M C I e " A n o t h e r , on A p r i l 13. signed hy T T n i t m i l A. Ijiiwrem'e 1 Jvowell, i . u l - "l''rlendfi of the covenant are scrl- f-lv a l n l i n e d nu 1 !' l e ' j o r i i H i n t m, n e m l m i nt w i l l be- n ride more- I i p i - e l l l e n l l y s n f i - g i i a r d l n g Monroe- t i n t t r i n e A l f u l l i n c i t i n g of Ne-e'ii- l l M 1 c o m m l l t e e of Uii.'jni' l e i l O n f o r c v 1 ' i i i r ' i w i t h 'i» m e - i n b e s ' f r o m l* M l . i t e M p i e M c n t . n n i i n l m o n s oiipowi- Mem t h n t U ' l t h e m l sncb a m i ' i i d m e n r , U i ' p l l b l l c a n siMi.iloi'H \ v l l l c e i t a l l l U ( l e h - . i t n i t l l l i i t l o n of l i r a t v i b e t n t i h e p u b l i c e i i i l n l o n w i l l .sustain t l i e i n \ \ l t h .'nn b n n i i ' i H l i n e n|, t r e a t y w i l l be 1 p i o m p i h n i t l l l e d " Tin \ V b l t c i l l u u s t n m e m o n i n d i i m , r n a i l i 1 p u b l i c b v ( l o v c i n o r C o x salo H i n t 111" Lciiirile's n Hel v a t l o n of d o m e L l i e c | i i ( ' s l ' * i n M wiis made "u. f u g g c ' l c c l b j .Mr T u f t n n d almos. In hit o w n \\onls." A l l o f t h e o t h e r i i l i c g c H l b i n N f r o m M r Tiift, it n t i i t e - i i m i e f o l l o w e t l IIM s h o n n b y e m o t i i . I l i H i H I'roin l h i l.e',i),'ii(- c o v e n a n t . I n m a k i n g p u b l i c - t h e - c i i i j - r H p o n a e n c p r s o v i - i m i r , ' e i x ' s s l a l e m e n t nilil t h e t i m e 1 h;nl an l \ o d "In b r i n g b e . fore' t i n - A i n e ' t l e i i l i ( m y t b » receirde'e e v i d e n c e * * · ( l i n t i l i e Lciiitnn s t i n - c o i n p i i s l l i 1 t b o i i K b t of I - K i i n l l n i f s l i i l i - i i i i i ' i i o f t h e u o i l d , " " l i d l h . i l I t " i i i r i i i u o i a l c t i l l t h e SIIK- M h . l i i i i s l l u i l we're h o n m t l ) o f f e r t t i by le iidliiif t'nitel Htateju clli/.c no." (·( inetery. ·Mrs. 'uphlo, wife of Frederick Hatfk-ld -l-i'l iiiust. Main strettt, died Saturday at St. Vincent's hospital. Be- suli'S l u r husband, she is survived by ono son, Francis,, one tlster, Mr. J a c o b fctevenson ami three brothers V i c t o r , J o h n and atevtu Trill, al'l ot iiloomtlcld, Now Jersey Tho f u n e r a l w i l l bu held at 7 : 3 0 o clock this niornliig from tho f u n - eral homo of Al. J. U a n n o n , 3U J o i i u atroot, ami at s o'clock from bt. Mlcliae.«r a churcii. The burial will be in St., Michael's cemetery. Jtxseph H. Monroo. Joseph M. .Mom oo died Saturday night at his homo, 105 Boardsley street after an illness of eight mouths. Ho was a stationary en- .Klnuvr f o r u m a n employed by tho W. M. Terry company. He was u member tit Shoiuuuloa.il lodge, Knights of pyithlas and tihenandoah court, and captain of Company F u n i f o r m l a n k , ilio wan also a member of thu Foresters, of Now Haven, and of thu 1'ark City lodge, 1. O. 0. IA Hn is survived by his wife and ono daughter. Willtclinlna Ronal. The. f u n c i a l of Wilholmlina, wife of Christian llona-l wus liuld Saturday afternoon f i o m tho parlors of I'Yiuik 1'olke and Son, 773 State street. Th« funeral waa attended by a delegation trom Dorothea Stamm, U. O. H. Tho bearers wero Oeorgo A- Kobertson, James Jlyrne, Charles Pack, and Joseph Uerrota. Burial was in tho family plot In L,akc»vlew c.emetory. Itov. George W."Nic]iiJsou, The funeral of Uov. George W. Nicholson, 78, who died Saturday at tho taml'ly homo, 740 Park avenm w i l l ho laid int 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Hev, ]onald U, Mao- (iut*en will olllclate and tho burial will be in Mountain Grove cemetery. lie Is survived by two sons, Oeorgo M. Xlcholson, M. 'D., of Washington, U. C., and 13dward E. Nicholson, of t h i s city, a sister, Mrs. Frank M. S m i t h of Baltimore, and a brothel Washington Nicholson of this city. Hu organised tho Memorial Baptist and Hungarian Baptist c h u r c h - c,i In this city, and was tho f o u n d e r of tho liaptltt Ministers' Homt society of Now York, New Jersey and C o n n e c t i c u t . Wlllliuii O. Ohnv. Tho func-ral ot W i l l i a m *'. f h o w was held at 8:30 oVIock S a t u r d a y m o r n i n g f r o m the h o m o of his parents, 1 2 3 D Fiilrfleld a v e n u e , a n d « I) o'clock f r o m St. J'l-ter's c h u r c h . The p a l l b n u r c i s were Hobert bell, W i l l i a m Campbell, H u r l e y C i i m p b e l l , Thcodoru Nle'holn, J o h n ( I r a n i and James Koarns. The b u r i a l w i» In HI, Thomas' cemetery, [''airfield. Lithuanian Rebels Protest on Peace (Continued from Pago Ono.) Vllna; tho army on t h a t f r o n t was supposed to bo movinty in tho other direction -- towards Minsk. The c o m m u n i q u e concerning Vllna Is brief and cloos not give n n y details of how great tho pressure! was the troops b r o u g h t on R e n e r n l Zellgonsld, whieh eaimad him to re- slsn r a t h e r t h a n disobey t h e i r demand to enter tho Lithuanian capital. , Coincident w i t h tho announce-. m e n t regarding' Vllna, tlie comm u n l i i i i e snys tho roles have n o t i - fied L i t h u a n i a that they arc re,idy to negotiate at Orany a settlement of the entire Polish-Lithuanian controversy. REPORTSBODYOFWAN IN RIVER; SEARCH FAILS Stratford policemen Dor several hours hito yestorrtny afternoon searcehfl the H o f l s a t n n l o river In a fruitloss effort to locale what was reported to bo the body of a dead person. A c o n d u c t o r on Train 87,''on arrival in Bridgeport, telephoned to tho detective bureau t h n t ho had soon what ho believed lo bo a b*fly llonting on the water u n d e r tlio-rall- rocid brldsro at Devon. (Stratford authorities wore n o t i f i e d , and a motor hotil was manned and an u x h n n a - tive search made No trace of the body was f o u n d . HARTFORD MAN SAYS AT TIMES WAS DISAGREEABLE Mr. Michael Drolinu of JO Winter St., Hartford, Cnnii. Sjiys C'lXOT )n u Wonderful remedy to drive away the blues. The f u n e r a l of Joseph Ta.Honyl of 33G I ' l n e Blrect, w h o was k i l l e d F r i d a y w h i l e w o r k i n g a t t h e A m e i l c a n Tube and H t a i n | ) l n n e o m p n n y , was hi 1,1 f i l (i:30 o'clock S a t u r d a y m o r n - lim' f r o m the f n n e - w a l j m r l o r n ol Km n k 1'eilltii and Bon, 773 3ta,e H l i f e i t , anel nt !) o'clock f r o m St. Sio|ihe n'h c h u r c h . Mildred I'tKlei'M-n. M l l e l r e - U , e i f h t - y e a r - o l e l c l n u t i h t e r of Mr and Mis. A x e l Peclornen of K a l r l l i ' l c l , died v c H t c r d a v a t I b e l O i i K l e w o n d l i o s i i l l a l . Services w i l l lie' he-lel today f i n m I h e lOiiKb'wuoil l i a p , l a n i l b u r i a l w i l l b e I n Lakc- v lew i e m u t e r v . The Weather K o u t l i c i n Now l O n K l a n d : l'"alr M t i n d i i y and Tuesday; l i t t l e chanifo In Ic'inpprnture. Norl h of H a n d y Hook and Hnndv Hook to llultera.s Moclernte to fie.sli n o r t h w c H t and f a i r weather Monday. ( ' e m e i i l l o n . s : 'I'lie pressure! was low H i i n d t i y over New Knfflanel. Tin 1 l e m p e i a t i i r e chnnses will not bo I m p o r t a n t . , M K . MIl'lLVl-fl; J1KOIIAN. A person In ill erets erairky and t h e y arei not lo health o f t e n l i m e s 111 Icniporud a n d b l i u n u an c o n t i n u a l o w l i t h e stroiiff- Drohan nays: luive IJUBII' suf- e.st of nerves. Mr. "l-'or some t i m e | ,,,,,,,, n u l . ferlng i m n , paint, | n t n e amall of mv back and c o n s t i p a t i o n , I tried ii great many things to n.ld t h i m c o n d i - tion and as the days w c ' n l by I | (0 pt getting weii.se ami bad given up bnpe.s eif eve 1 ]- f e e l i n g r l u h l a g i l n I f e l l «o had I guess my finks t h o u g h t u t times l wius dlfni B re,.ii,|,| 0 | )llt it was Just the j i a l n I wan HinTiM'lng H l i u e t a k i n g CIXOT I b i n e been a b l e to l i l t a m i have 1 b a d n o tUiue'ile w l l h m v back or bowels, and 1 feel li ( .H(.,. |j, every wny " (J1NOT is for aale at J l a r M g i i n ' s Drug Stores, S t Kn.lrnehl A M I I I I K mid Mil In nnd Congress Htrects It IB also hoi in S l r a l f o r d by "win Ht. J o h n ; I n J e ' a l r l l p l d b y I f a m l a i r s 1'lmrmiicy; in H l a i n f u r d by Wm Jones Drug Co ; In .Milford 'by ,1 T Howes; In Derby by Paul Mester : In A n s o n l a by H. W. S m i t h ; in Kon'th- poi-L bv L u l n II., H w l t / e r ; In TorrliiK- ton by Mallett H n k e ; ,|,, Wlnsted by O, L. K a n o h p r ; in Nmv M l l f o r d bv 1'ark I'hanmacy, In \Yaterlnii'v toy tho Harriott Urug Co.;ln Uiuibury 1^ H. IS, N o r t h r n p ; In ahaltoji iby Ma- biontiy's Cor. Drug glor*.--Advertiso-i IllUlt, ' y , Laurel Ave. Home ed by Fire A H p o o l a i ' i i l . i r H i e , n i nmlole-rnil'i- I'rt o r l p r l n , liroke. o u t 'it 2- 13 o'cloi k yesterday m o r n i n g In the mi tic of the two f a m i l y house at B l S - U j Liuiiel avenue, dcslroylni* t h o roof a n d i'iii- IliiK t h o t h i r d floor i n w h i c h l u r a l - t u r u was Hlorcd. nunmirc li, c.sti- Jiiati'il at a b o u t ?!,000, The- hoii.so in owned hy M r s , John J a i i l f of J S B C o t t u s o slte.-e't, and Is o c c u p i e d hy .1. K, C!tlllllhn and Mrs. J o h n M.iu- Ijrircn I t l c h i r r l n o n , widow of I he former imntor of the b'lrst PrtMby- terkm I'huri'h. The lire watt discovered by Pollre- m a n ( I r l l l l t h at the Thlnl p r e c l n c l When tlrcmcn arrived tin; e n t i r e 1001 wa.s ablu.ui!, l u r i d l y u r i m H o m i i f r t h e K k v and n r o u s l m f f a m i l i e s In t h e m iKh'borhood, the s t r e e t s MIOII belli,* I l l l e d w i t h h u r r i e d l y dro-woel .spec- (atoif.. Hee'.ujse two al.irm boxes In I n e n e i g h b o r h o o d wo.ro rmnr I n , d o u b l e t h e n l i m b e r of appii/rulus needed w:is called to tlie sui-m. The blaxo ivim conllncvd to the uppiir p i r t o f t h e house. v ' J ' h « roof was e n t i r e l y burned away, save for a f?w charred rafters, and (he n t t l c wns f c n t t e d . D.imiiKP to the nccoiui f l o o r was slight, two holes bolnx b u r n e d t h r o i i K l i t h e collliiK. T h e lli'Ht f l o o r w n s not affected, f i r e m e n covering f u r n i t u r e w i t h t . ' i r p J u l l t i H di m i n i m i s e I h e d i i n u i K u b y w.iler. A n i i d l o l n l i i K h i n w w i n danriKcd con- H l i l i e-.'ibly. Kln b i o k e - n u t o n i h roof, iK-ecHsllatmi? i enhhiKlliiR. nnd Die Hides, were scorched, i n d will have to 'ho repaliHed. A I h i l l l w.is f u r n i s h e d specl.'iloiw w h e n 1'ollee Hci'fttxtnt .Tolin Cody of I lie T l / L r d p i c e l n c l e n t e r e d t h e bl'ixliiK u p p ' r story and asslMied t\vo e l i l l d r e n nnd an elderly woman to t h e street. Klrw niief D a n i e l K. .lohnson w i l l i n v e n t l ; » , u o Hie l l i r i h l i moi'mmr There IH sonnl c l r i n e e , he b c l l e \ c n , of loarnlni,' I h e , canf.e, bc'caiiHe the l i r e had pilnod t;i'e il h e a d w i v before it was discovered. PAHADK IN Mll.FOKI). M 1 L F U I U ) , Oct. 1 0 -- Over 400 members of Die Holy Is'ame soeli'ty piii'lk'lpnted In I h e hln i r i r i d e held liero today In w h i c h the M l l f o i d police, the J M H f o i d Hiind ixnd t h e Polish societies of Mllford f o r m e d an escort. H e n o d l i lion was held on the l a w n at l / a i m i l t o n H a l l , w h e r e a t e m p o r a r y a l t n r h a d been erected, Hev. P. II. McCloan oftlel.itlnp;. Kpeel'il musical profrram by tho I / n u r a l t o n Jlall choir f e n t u r f i l 1ho Bervlce at which thero were 1,000 people, present. Six Injured in Minor Accidents Six P"i--ons were I n j u r e d eHl,er- ilay In m i n o r acclOcntn. C'lurcnce L, ,luu, a f a r m h a n d of T r n m h u l l , f r a r l u r c d Ills r l n h t h i ) w l i i ' i i he fell f r o m the sent of a v:ron. lit 1 was removed to St V l n i enl'ji hospital. ('rnnklim: an .nitomoiblje, IT, ]·'. l \ e pin, of fiO K ' o l o n y street frjjc l u r i d Ills I'ltihl a r m . ( " l i i r n flcriiH/n-im, seven yp.ni old, of 380 J a i n e n s t r i ' i - t , suffered a I'lixc- t n r e of the rlifht his W i e n a p irked motorcycle, abo'i'! A\'hich shi \vo* p l i i y l n K , fell on her. J i n n d o w n in I r u n t of his horricj by an a u t o m o b i l e d r i v e n Ijy A. lirobsrm, W i l l i a m linller, of 4fi Dei, \ e r t v e i m e Biifrc-reiT eontnnloni -ol I lie 1 ore-he id F r a n k I f O R o c k v , 1 1 years oh), suffered laecruUon.s of t h e 1 m l d d l u linger of each h a n d wlum h; f e l l f r o m a swliitf In I ' e a r d M l e y pal k. W i l l i a m K I l i ' V of !H'5 i l r n n t hlrept rec'eived lacerations o! the rllfht h a n d when he f c - l l trum :. bicycle. The injure,] worp n i l a t t e n d e d by Dr. H. .1. Coyle of t h e Kmer,?«ncj' hospital. Maltea Cooking Easy" In Selecting A Kitchen Range v there are certain advantages that you desire. They include the best cooking results, the use of coal or gas at the same time or independently; convenience, economy, durability. 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SI IXIMUB American Hardware Stores' , IXCOHPOHATEn Ftlrfldd ATOMIC and Middle Street "AU Out U HardwMO--and UOM* cP 1149 MAIN STREET CORNER ELM STREET NEW GLAi NO CASH NEEDED PAY EARN TRUST YOU .Many rale. Thin, K i i i i - t l i m n Mi-n iinel \\oineii \o\\ M-ck (hi 1 SpariV.liiu, 1 'M mill llon.V Cllfe-ks of l l i M l l l l l 'rill-iuinb \e-« T.llllfln Cimtnlimiu; ( . I n n e l I ' . M r . i e l s ami I I - M I . No HlHli on'cr! ( i l n n d e x Is d j i i n r a n t u c d lo satisfy you w i t h r c s n l t i In Two \Veel:.s or cost yon N o t h i n g . l o f ce'lls of Ihe hotly. It H m i d w h e n UK se i ; l , i n t l h lire h c a l t h v , t h e 1 boeh u s u a l l y h f u l t l i y , Hie m i n i ! a l c i i , n e r v e ' s s t r u n g , but wh.Mi tin I hi' S loncu has discovered t h a i d u e t - lews g l u n d s help ffovern the building aip proeoas ot the millions irlamls l u l l l o H i n c - t l o n p r o p i - r l v , t h e hotly, I h e 1 m i n d mill I h e n i - r s e s a l l nriv s t i f l c r t h e 1 illslre.islnR i i v n i t o i n s of w l u i t is k n o w n a 1 ! a r u n - e l o u n c o n i l H U j n . The Xc« Way. U e i o t o l ' o r o Ihe t r e a l n u - n t of ,i r n n d o w i i ( i i n t l l l l i i i i h a s m i e n eon.sNlcel eil' a l l i u - K l D K I h o M m p t o m s . 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