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NEW BR1TTAIN DAILY HERALD FRIDAY,: APRIL 17, 1914.
Millinery Values
At The Eastern Millinery Co.
Special
Sara
TRIMMED HATS.
All the latest Creations.
$1,98, $2,98, $3.98, $4,98
UNTRIMMED HATS.
In hundreds of shapes and all col
ors. The largest assortment in the
city.
95c, $1.48, $1.75, $1.98
Hats trimmed Free if you buy
your hat and material here.
Children's Hats, Saturday spe
cial 50c.
EASTERN MILLINERY CO.
183 Main Street. Branch of Blumenthal's Big Millinery Store of Hartford.
Keeney's theater, vaudeville and
kotlon pictures.
Ebents Tonight
Lyceum, the Lyceum Players in "St.
lmo."
Fox's theater, motion pictures.
Eagles fair at Hanna's armory.
Phoenix. Temple, T. of H. and T.,
bids ladies' night.
P. and F. Corbin Foremen's club
holds ladies' night.
Meeting of Isabella Circle, National
Daughters of Isabella.
Meeting of New Britain Nest, O. O.
O., in O. A. R. hall.
Smith School of Shorthand holds
dance in Holmes and Hoffman's hall.
Meeting of reunion ' committee of
class of 1907, St. Mary's school.
Meeting of L. D. Penfleld camp,
Sons of Veterans.
High school dramatics, "Bulbul," in
High school auditorium.
Meeting of Stella Rebekah lodge,
I. O. O. F.
New Britain lodge. Loyal Order of
Moose, meets in Judd's block.
' Meeting of Admiral Schley lodge, O.
D. H. S., at 187 Arch street.
Valkyria lodge, Order of Vasa,
meets at 69 Arch street.
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assortment at so popular prices and the pur
chase is charged and you pay something down
and the balance in weekly payments of $1.00 a
week.
LADIES' FASHIONABLE SUITS
$11.25, $12.50, $15, $20 to $35
In Wool Crepes, Men's Serge, Poplins, Waf
fle Cloths and Checks, trimmed handsomely
with Tstffeta Silk and Gordings. Skirts draped
and designed in two and three tier effect. Col
ors include tango, Copenhagen, navy blue, rese
da, mahogany and black. !
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MEW'S SPRING SUITS
$10 to $25
Smart. Suits, latest cut, finest materials,
great values
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ples attached thereto, come to the store and we will show you these suits arid convince you that they are. the fcanie as those offered elsewhere
at $15 to $26. Don't delay too long seeing them, as our supply of these particular suits is being rapidly exhausted.
STYLES FOR BOTH MEN AND YOUNG MEN, including the popu
lar semi-English effect.
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The Suits
Offered at
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The Suits
Offered at
15
Are unusual value; and it is only be- Are the same as those you will find
cause we make our own Men's Cloth-; in the so-called exclusive shons and
ing that we can give $15 and $18
quality for $10.
THE MODELS are the very latest.
They are tailored not only to fit per
fectly, but to retain their shapes
and when you try one on you will I
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and finish.
THE FABRICS consist of a choice
assortment of guaranteed all-wool
fancy blues, worsteds in brown . and
gray and neat mixtures and checks;
also blue, brown and black with tha
popular light and heavy pencil
stripes.
equal to those made by custom tailors
at $20 and $25.
THE MODELS that leave no room
for improvement all 1914 Spring
creations; smart in appearance, yet
genteel and dressy; highest class
workmanship.
THE FABRICS, a collection of
materials that cannot be surpassed in
variety, richness of patterns or qual
ity; both imported and domestic
goods guaranteed all wool, beautiful
patterns.
Sizes for men 34 to 46, including stouts.
Sizes for young men 15 to 19.
33-35 ASYLUM STREET, Hartford
Mail Orders
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Orders accom
panied by money or
der will be filled on
advertised goods
and delivered,
charges prepaid.
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Store
Open
Saturday
Evenings
NEW TRIAL ORDERED
FOR MRS. WAKEFIELD
Supreme Court Rues That JtiJge
Burpee Eircd in His Dccsion.
Hartford, April 17. Ruling that a
part of the evidence given by Coroner
Eli Mix in her trial should have been
excluded, the supreme court yesterday
found error in the conviction .of Mrs.
Bessie J. Wakefield of" murder, in the
first degree and ordered a new trial
for the woman. .
Mrs. Wakefield was found guilty in
the superior court of New Haven
county on October 31, 1913. Her trial
before Judge Lucien F. Burpee had
followed that of her paramour, James
Plew, who was executed for the crime
on March 4 at the state prison at
Wethersfleld.
a strong fight to save Mrs. Wake
field from the gallows, on which she
was sentenced to die March 4. Her
appeal acted as a stay of execution.
Thousands of protests against' her
execution" have been received by Gov
ernor Simeon E. Baldwin from all
parts of the country. ' No woman has
died on the gallows in Connecticut
for more than a century and a quar
ter. Buonomo Appeal Denied.
The supreme court found no error
in the appeal of Joseph Buonomo of
Bridgeport for a new trial. He was
twice convicted for murdering Jennie
Cavaglleri, a Chicago underworld
character, at Stratford, October 22,
1912. He was originally sentenced to
be hanged April 4, 1913, but the su
preme court found a technical error
and ordered a new trial. He was
again convicted and sentenced to be
hanged March 18, 1914, but an appeal
for another hew trial acted as a stay
of execution. - ' '
"Very Glad," Says Devine.
Waterbury, April 17. Attorney
Thomas F. Devine, counsel for' Mrs.
Wakefield, first heard from a reporter
last night that the supreme court had
found an error in the conviction ' of
Mrs. Bessie J. Wakefield. "I am very
glad Mrs. Wakefield is to have a new
trial, and I am sure her many friends'
will be - equally glad," was the only
comment he made. ' '
Mrs. Wakefield la Told. J
Wethersfleld, April 17. --The matron
in Mrs. Wakefield's ward at the state
prison here awakened her from a
sound sleep late last night to inform
her that a new trial had been granted..
"Is it really true?" asked Mrs.
Wakefield. Then she cried: "Thank
the Lord!" and sobbed hysterically.
Husband Was Killed.
Mrs. 'Wakefield and Plew were
charged with having killed the wom
an's husband last June. The Wake
fields were living in Bristol at the
time. Plew worked on a farm near
Waterbury and was a frequent visitor
at the Wakefield home.
The evidence indicated that on a
Sunday afternoon when Plew called,
he started a dispute with Wakefield,
according to a plan that had been
arranged by himself and the wife be
forehand. The woman and her para
mour then, the evidence showed,
chloroformed Wakefield and Plew
dragged him from the house and for
several miles into the woods north of
Cheshire, killing him.
Made Strong Fight.
Women's organizations have made
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Our Men's Clothing
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Are from the best makes produced in New York.
We stand back of every garment as to style, quality,
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