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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914.
i 0 UTLET MILLINERY CO. HARTFORD m atae T7 ma o UTLET MLLINERY CO. HARTFORD ' ThOutiet M Co., Hartford, Shows the Way to All Competitors-Comparison Proves J V All Trimming Done Free. Inducement Folks who have visited us and who live in this town have suggested that we advertise here to let them know from time to time of the many, wonderful values that they can obtain at our store of course we want every woman in New Britain to profit by the unmatchable bargains that we feature. The Women from this city who have been our customer stell us that at no other store can , they equal our low prices and our wonderful whole sale assortment. That goes to show why they have selected us for their millinery store and why they want to know of what we are offering. In this half page adv. are a few of the many money saving values that we offer for tomorrow it will pay you to come here tell your friends and remember that we guarantee satisfaction or return your money. OUTLET MILLINERY CO., 943 MAIN STREET, HARTFORD. Satisfaction or Your Money Refunded SAMPLE That Sell Elsewhere at $2 HATS Can you equal these liats else where? That Is a question that we leave you to answer for we know of the truth comparison Is the real test. Shown hi all shapes and the best of straws. There are many hats In this display that sell at other stores for $2 our price, 69c. Fancy 25c Feathers up A wholesale stock to select from . and that is" what Is offered to you at this wholesale millinery establish - ment and not only wholesale displays but everything at wholesale prices. The finest fancies and in all shapes and colors.- ! Prices start at 25c, other places at .BOo.' . ' v ' ; , . . ' .... Ready-to-Wear O A .TT-Q Worth Up and Silk Crown JUL a. Jl V 82.50 to $2.50 $L00 A special display that we are now making in ready to wear and silk crown hats that are worth tip to $2.50 at your selection tomorrow for only $1 there is a liat here for every woman and at a price that no wom an can afford to let go by. $1.25 CHIP HATS 45c The finest of chip hats and when we say the finest we mean just that, Tlie best in the market and we are offering? them to you in all shades and in all shapes at 45c. This is an offering that will make all New Brit ain sit up and take notice- again we say comparison wins. FANCY OSTRICH PLUMES worth $3 We pride ourselves on the stock of Ostrich Flumes selected fancy prime stock and shown in all lengths and all shades as well as combination colors. We offer one fine Ostrich Plume value for .Saturday at $1.69 16 inches long In black and colors. Worth $3.00. $3 HATS $1.49 Something extraordinary in better hats the choice of fine $3 hats for only $1.49 and in offering you this opportunity wo are giving you values that will compare most favorably with the greatest of any millinery values offered. In the best straws and the best shapes complete assortment. Outlet's Price Wreaths 25c up Bong wreaths that are stylish and desirable all the rage on the smart ly trimmed hat 25o and up. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC FLOWERS All Prices and All Kinds We pride ourselves on the stock of ostrich plumes selected fancy prime stock and shown In all lengths and all shades as well as combina tion colors. We offer one fine ostrich plume value for Saturday at $1.09 16 inches long in black, white and colors. Worth $3. UK IV I s i v c at CO. 943 MAM STREET,- Nat Hartford Theatre, Hartford BRANCH STORES: Merlden, Worcester, Springfield OPENS UP CLOGGED NOSTRILS AND HEAD : . IN ONE MINUTE ENDS CATARRH MISERY Stops ?7asty Discharge, Clears Stuffed , Head, Heals, Inflamed Air Passages and You Breathe Freely. Try "Ely's Cream Balm." . Get- a small bottle anyway, just to try it Apply "a little in r the nostrils A . 1 Jt U J ana instanuy your -cioggeo, nose -iuu stopped-up air passages of , the head will open;', .you will breathe ; freely; dullness " and headache 'disappear. By, morning! the catarrh, cold-in-head Vr catarrhal sqfe throat will be gone. "'-Ehct such; misery nowl- Get --the ... . in. i tt i t rai I at . any, drug, store. , This sweet, frag rant balm dissolves by the heat of the nostrils; penetrates and heals the inflamed, , swollen membrane which lines the-nose, head and throat; clears - the air passages; -stops nasty discharges and a feeling of , cleans ing, soothing relief comes imme diately. .Don't He awake tonight struggling for breath, with head v ' stuff od nostrils closed, hawking and blowing. Catarrh or a cold, with its running nose, foul mucous dropping into ; the throat, and raw dryness is distress ing but truly needless. Put your faith Just once in "Ely's Cream Balm", and your cold or catarrh will surely disappear. IMPORTED GRASS FURNITURE FOR PORCHES AND VERANDAS This furniture is imported by ub direct from Hong Kong; China. ' The frames are mad of the strongest and most elastic rat tan and "reed known. Sea grass, made into a cord, is then woven through the strands of reed. , This grass is very tough and offers great resistance to the effects fof moisture. Due1 to the great resiliency and elasticity of the materials used, the chairs offer the greatest degree of comfort attainable. The only wood used in the manufacture' of these chairs, is the runners on the ..rockers. , H : . ' ,' , The line of samples on our floor is now complete. , As it' will be impossible for us to obtain any more of this furniture this season we suggest early selections. ' C.C Fu er Gomp any, ; COMPLETE HOMEFURNISHERS 40-56 Ford St. HARTFORD. Overlooking Capitol Grounds M'LEAR INTRODUCES BILL FOR MONUMENT Ccngrcssman Kennedy Desires Me morial Erected to John Ericsson. (Special to the Herald. J Washingo April if .Backed by a lengthy pej0iion .jignefl' by " many prominent citizens - of the. : state of Connecticut and other "sections of the country, Senator Mclean introduced in the senate yesterday a resolution authorizing the secretary of war to erect a monument in Valparlso, Chile, in memory of the officers and sailors of the United States killed in the en counter in the Chilean harbor between the U. S. S. Essex and the English ships Phoebe .and Cherub in 1814. It is proposed that $10,000 shall be used for the purchase and erection of the memorial. For many years Americans visiting in Valparlso have noted with some disappointment that the graves of DO OVER a piece of furniture AT OUR EXPENSE Come in and getafreecan - of Kyanize, big enough to do a chair .or a border around a small room. We will give you one of our reoular - o 15c cans, absolutely without charge, if you buy a 10c Kyanize brush to do the finishing with. For Floors and all Woodwork will make anything made of wood about your house look like new. It is easily applied and dries quick and hard. You can put it on with the most pleasing results. Kyanize won't chip, peel or turn white. It is a sanitary finish which can be easily kept clean by wiping it with a damp cloth. Come in today and get a free can We have the color you want. The 10 cents atqu pay for the brush will be refunded if you are not immensely pleased with the Kyanize. . RACKUFFE BROS. CO., Inc. 250-256 PARK STREET Put Up A Real Fight for your teeth. They fight the battle of life for you. They help you keep good health and digestion. Do some thing more than tempo rarily improve the appearance of your teeth by a little cleaning and polishing. Pebeco Tooth Paste really helps to save the teeth. Pebeco over comes "acid-mouth," which authorities say is the cause of 95 of tooth decay. Pebeco thus pro tects the teeth from the destructive action of decay-germs, by guarding the enamel against "acid-mouth." Try it. Pebeco's all round efficiency is shown by the way it beautifully cleans and whitens your teeth. 'Ten-Day T rial. Tube and Add Test Papers to Test Your Mouth for Acid Sent Free LEHN & FINK 120 William Street New York these brave men of the United States navy who died for their country have been practically unmarked and to a large extent neglected. Upon return ing to this country these visitors have frequently urged either that Uncle Sam make proper provision for the upkeep of the little American ceme tery in the far away country or re move the bodies to a suitable burying ground lrt this country. Petition Is Presented. In presenting the resolution for a monument in Valparlso, Senator Mc Lean' also presented to the senate a petition prepared by, Mrs. C. J. Camp of Winsted, Conn. Among its prom inent signers are former President William H. Taft, President Had ley of Yale, Gov. Baldwin and Admirals Dewey, Chester, Berry, Mertz, Wat son, Osterhaus, Clark, Vreeland, Nel son, Upshur, Ramson, Schroeder, Sutherland, Knox, Walker, Todd and McCormick. Among the Bridgeport signers whose names appear on the petition are Mayor Clifford B. Wilson, Morris B. Beardsley, Judge Robert ,E. De Forrest, Judge Edward F. Hallen, Joseph Schultz, William H. Kelsey, B. Fairchild Wheeler, Sam Ilawley, W. H. Lyon, F. H. Bendam, Benjamin Fletcher, II. S. Shelton. The Hart ford signers are former Senator Bulkeley, Morgan B. Brainard, W. O. Burr, Louis R. Cheney, Judge Joseph P. Tuttle, John M. Holcombe, M. H. Whaples, Norman F. Allen, Charles Hopkins Clark and ' E. Hart Fenn. Several state governors, besides Gov. Baldwin, have signed the petition and many of the largest citizens of the country are represented among the signatures. Kennedy's Bill. Congressman Kennedy of the Waterbury district has introduced a bill for the erection in Washington of a monument to John Ericsson, in ventor and constructor of the Monitor. The monument is to cost $125,000, and is to be erected under the direc tion of a commission composed of the chairmen of the senate and house committees on the library and the secretary of the navy. Sloan Bros. The young woman said "Mother, Mike these". The mother said "5o do P. A fhey each bought - a po of LA FRANCE. i JOHNSON-WINS DOG RACK. Nome, Alaska," April 17. John Johnson, holder of the record for the 412 mile All -Alaska sweepstakes dog team race, became the winner in the 1914 classic when he drove his eigh teen Siberian wolves into Nome sit three minutes after 6 o'clock last niKht, having covered the 412 miles over the snow trail from Nome to Candle and return in 81 hours and 3 minutes. A. A. ("Scotty") Allan, driver of the Allan-Darling team of IS Malamutes, is still on the trail, but will finish second. Fred Ayer with his team of four teen fojt hounds will finish third. No. 801 Ijb 5-firfofC Low Cut model in Sterling Patent Colt, welt, Eton last No. 701 is the same in Gun MetaL MIIIIIIIIIIIP wmsssm READY FOR SEED THE? We are well supplied with Fancy Seed Oats.' Pull variety of Maine Seed Potatoes. Choice variety of Grass and Lawn Seeds. Field and Insalige Seed Corn. FERTILIZERS Wizard Brand Sheep Manure, Special Grass, Ground Bone. A full line of Swift-Lowell's Fertili- zers for all crops. THE C. W. LINES CO. CHESTNUT STREET