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NEW BRITAIN' DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1914.
RiE 64 Onyx" DAY IT Si 4 Lneuneweai Hosiery 0 pprtiity Year APRIL 20th 21st 22nd MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY This is your chance for a, big MONEY SAVING--to secure the TOP NOTCH Onyx Hosiery VALUES. tributor's way of introducing se Onyx" The dis qualify . FOR WOMEN.. Black Gauze Lisle, Regular 35c grade, Sale Price Black Silk Lisle, Regular 50c grade, Sale Price . . White Silk Lisle, Regular 50c grade, Sale Price . . Black Silk Lisle, Regular 50c grade, Sale Price Black Silk Lisle, Regular $1.35 grade, Sale Price . 25c 35c 3 pair $1.00 35c, 3 pair $1.00 . 35c, 3 pair $1.00 .... $1.00 a pair Women's Women's Women's Women's Women's FOR MEN. Men's Black Silk lisle, Regular 50c value, Sale Price 35c, 3 pair $1.00 Men's Black Silk Lisle, Regular 50c value, Sale Price 35c, 3 pair $1.00 Men's Navy Silk Lisle, Regular 50c value, Sale Price 35c, 3 pair $1.00 Men's Tan Silk lisle, Regular 50c value, Sale Price 35c, 3 pair $1.00 rl'SLLAY J V nr.Ki? BOOTH'S NEW B ; BLOCK RIXAINL, Ebents Tonight j Keeriey's theater, vaudeville' and motion pictures. ".'.'.. Lyceum, The Lyceum Players in "St. Elmo." Fox's theater, motion pictures. A Botat of' Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskoy is a cheap premium on your health in surance. Get it today. It is good for others ; it is good for you. Druggists, grocers and dealers, at $1.00 a bottle. Sealed Bottles Only. TfctPgfly Malt WhtoVey C.. Kocheater. N.T. Meeting of the common council. Methodist Brotherhood meets 'at Trinity M. B. church. . German Rifle club entertains Hart ford Itifle club. Eagles' fair at Hanna's armory. Meeting- of the William H. Hart De bating club at Y. M. C. A. Meeting of Centennial lodge, A. P. and A. M. . .' . Winthrop council.'D. of L., meets in O. XL A. M. hall. New Britain-Hartford Turner Bears' class indoor baseball games. Annual meeting of the Y. W. C. A. at First, church chapel. . Meeting of Alexandra lodge, Daugh ters of St. George. Meeting of Andree lodge, I. O. O. F. Ladies' auxiliary, A. O. H., hold whist. " IIEIRMY TABLES I A good roomy center table is quite essential . for the Library or Living Room. It makes a place for the drop light. Also a place for the newspapers and magazines which are so numerous in most homes today. It provides a convenient place to do your writing. Many other uses for a roomy center table will doubtless occur to you. , . . . We have an exceptionally large showing of Library Tables in Mahogany and all finishes of Oak. As an example of the excellent values which we are . offering, we ; mention, this table. It is finished in the rich brown Fumed Oak. The top measures 26x45. It has a large drawer and has a roomy lower book shelf. First-class constrnejon throughout. The price of this table is $15.25. We can show you a hundred other patterns ranging in price from $.25 to $100. Cp;,Mfe; Company, COMPLETE HOMEFURNISHERS 40-56 Fcrd St HARTFORD, j Overlooking Capitol Grounds Meeting of board of deacons and trustees of Swedish Lutheran church. Phenix lodge, I. O. O. F., meets in Odd Fellows' hall. Meeting of Carpenters' union at 298 Main street. St. Elmo lodge, K. of P., meets at 242 Main street. Meeting of Court Columbus, Daugh ters of Castile. Svenska Klubben meets at 61 Main street. , CASPAR ARRANGING FOR QUEEN'S VISIT Eleanora of Bulgaria Will Spend Four or Five Weeks In the United States. Washington, April 15. William Caspar, special envoy of Queen Eleanora of Bulgaria, was here today to arrange for the proposed visit of her majesty to the United States. The object of her coming is to investigate methods of hospital administration and relief work of the poor and sick. Mr. Caspar planned to visit Secre tary Bryan today to consult him rela tive to the attitude of the state de partment toward the contemplated visit of the queen, how she will be received " and entertained. He hoped to complete arrangements so that she can sail for this country on May 19 or May 27. , The queen will spend four or five weeks in. this country and will go as far west at least as Rochester, Minn., to visit a private sanitarium In which she is interested. During her stay in Washington she may be a guest at the White House. MINISTER GRAVES RESIGNS. Duluth, Minn., April' 15. In a let ter to a local paper, Charles H. Graves, United States minister to Sweden, announced yesterday that he had resigned and his resignation had been accepted by 'President Wilson. Mr. Graves resigned on account of ill health. He has been on a leave of absence in California for some time. His home is in Duluth. You Should Secure Quarters at The Hotel Washington Corner. Lafayette and Washington Sts. European Plan. Best rooms In New England. It's home-like, cheerful and has a com fortable atmosphere. Single rooms, with use of bath, $1.00 per day and up. Special rates by the week. Regular Dinner 25c, from 11:30 to Hnere Us More PBeasmiire To be gotten out of a cozy home properly equipped and decorated than there is in a thousand miles of travel in 'a foreign land. This is a pretty broad state ment, but we have the word of those who've tried both Let us decorate your home this fall. We'll do the walls and give you a background for a winter of do mestic bliss. , JOHN BOYLE COMPANY 3 and 5 FranKlin Square. New Britain. BICYCLES Pope Bxyclt?, including a'l the but makes as: Columbia Hartford Barnes Viking $45.00 $35.00 $26.00 $22.50 All Bicycles hare Corbin Coaster Brakes; Mud Guards, Front and Rear and painted in attractive colors. Guaranteed for one year. The Ailing Rubber Co. 240 MAIN STREET New Britain's Real Seed Store NATIVE Grown Seeds Suit NATIVE Soil Best Our seeds are grown by the MOST RELIABLE EASTERN GROWERS Our stock is positively NEW and FRESH FERTILIZER for the lawn dnd 6arden. SHEEP MANURE, GROUND BONE, GARDEN TOOLS, POULTRY NETTING, etc. CHOICE SEED POTATOES from Aroostook COUNTY, Maine The Stanley Svea Grain and Coal Company 42 Main Street. Telephones 1321 419 The Fire Extinguisher of Merit. X mm U TtUff fill Gli w In the year 1913 the property loss by fire in the United States amounted to $203,408,250.00 or $2.00 per capita. This as against a general average for all European countries of less than twenty-five cents per capita. Are you confident that your property your garage, your factory, automobile, motor boat, and your home will not be a part of this tremendous national ash heap for the year to come? Be prepared to put out all fires in their incipiency. Equip your property with a Pyrene Fire Extinguisher, "The most efficient Fire Extinguisher known." We carry a full line of Extinguishers and Liquid. The Abbe Hardware Co. Rug and Drapery Co. 200 Trumbull Street, Opposite the Allyn House, Hartford iPRING REN0YATMG calls to mind many things that would improve the -home. We offer a few suggestions: An Oriental Rug or a domestic one. New Cur tains, a Wicker Chair, a Couch Cover, a Telephone Stand, a Pair gf Candlesticks. Have the old carpet made into a rug. mmmmmmmwkmwmkmmwmwmmmmmmmmmwmimm j XmmmmmMMMMWMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm j AN EXTRAORDINARY' SAL1 OF WOMEN'S and MISSES' SUITS Newest Spring Styles. Worth $25. Special At $19.75. This is a splendid opportunity to purchase a beautiful Spring Suit at the very special price of $19.75, every suit in this lot is really worth $25. .They are extremely smart and nicely fashioned of fine .wool poplins, gaberdines, French serges and other pop ular fabrics in all the latest styles and effects, in tango, Labrador blue, mahogany, mignonette, wisteria, Holland blue, etc. We would be pleased to show you these lovely new Spring Suits. V EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IX Women's and Misses' Coats. AT $10, $12.50, $15, $10.50, $19.75 and $25. The choicest assortments of Coats we have ever presented in all fashionable colors and fabrics, such as moire, taffeta, wool eponge, wool poplin, silk chiffon, fancy checks and mixtures. See the handsome moire- coats that we are showing at $12.50, $15.00, $19,75 and $25.00. The fashionable Balmacaan Coats at $7.98, $9.98, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00. CHAS. DILLON & CO. f . . v ' Importers, Wholesalers and Retailers of Fine Millinery. Hartford RADIANT NECKWEAR The scheme of perpetuating the best fabric for the manufacture of Cravats has been ac complished by the introduction of new de signs, shapes and shades. Novelties of unusual attractiveness arc in cluded in our display. Multi-colored mixtures and brighter shrdes in diagonal stripes predominate. Plain crepe scarves in thirty-two shades, with wide open ends, are the newest dictate in neckwear. Four-in-Hands, 50c to $3.00. STORAGE OF FURS Now's the time to telephone us, Charter 3041, to come and get your furs for cold storage. . irimmtin HARTFORD "IT FAYS TO nui uuii Mu- . 93-99 ASYLUM ST. Connecting with 140 TRUMBULL ST.- Tray Framed Pictures A New Line Favors Place Cards Stationery Department THE DICKINSON DRUG CO. 169 and 171 MAIN STREET The Homefurnishing Store You Should Know There's every reason why you should know this store. , Its complete spring stocks the extremely low prices the courteous treatment of its salesmen and the one desire that the management has of winning your patronage. Giving you good merchandise at less money is an inducement that is featured. Why not start to know the Herrup store today? You can open a charge account and a personal jnvitation is extended to review the new spring pat terns of high class Furniture. HERRUFS "The Store of Complete Homef urnishings" 1052 Klain St., Cor. Morgan St., Hartford ft