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NEW BRITAIN DAILY "HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914,
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WHOLESALE
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We Trim Hats Free. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded.
New Britain's most popular millinery store will be. the place Saturday and
Monday, for prices that are the lowest in town. Make either of these 2 days the
time for your hat selection.
OSTRICH POM
PONS.
Best quality, all
colors. OVtg
Special
UNTRIMMED
HEMP HATS.
In Black and colors,
new shapes, worth
$2.50. Special
$1.49
GENUINE OS
TRICH FANCIES.
All colors and new
stick up effects,
worth $1.75 each.
Special 9gc
FLOWERS AND
FRUITS
In a large variety of
colors, worth up
50c. 1 Qr
Special Ai7V
CHILDREN'S
TRIMMED HATS.
All colors, trimmed
with wreaths,
fruits and ribbon,
worth $1.50. v Spe-
cial 95c
RIBBONS.
All Silk Hair Rib
bons, in moire,
taffeta and fancy
Stripes, all colors,
worth : 39c yard.
New Yor
LeWitt Building;
IZ W 11 llll
11. XYlillllilUUilVl'- Y " V-flO
: Next to National Bank Building
SSSm
City Items; ;
William and Jane Trewhella have
scld- land at Belvidereto Henry N.
Eodwell.
Eagles' carnival. April 11 to 20.
advt.
, Star of Good Will lodge, S.' of B..
held a whist last evening at the home
of Mrs. Harry Kinkade of East Main
O 53L1F
The
Eloseben
m
All the Latest styles
for Spring.
We DON'T sell any 'V
SECONDS or
JOBS, all HATS
guaranteed. SAVE
A DOLLAR
Street. The ladies' prizes were won by
Mrs. Hattle Rigby, and , Mrs. Harry
Wallace and . the gentlemen's' Prizes,
by, G. H; Sehutz and James Kinkade.
. : The ! Wall Paper Store. A." " P.
Marsh. 38 Main street. advt.
Miss Catherine Ferguson, who has
been visiting with her parents, has
returned to New York to resume her
duties as practical nurse.
.Get your ladies' and gents' clothes
cleaned and pressed at , Union Laun
dry Co., 266 Arch street. advt. .
A son has .been born to Councilman-elect
arid Mrs. John F. Callahan
of Washington street. . , "
" Special sale of Onyx . . Hosiery,
Monday, Tuesday and .Wednesday.
Damon's Shoe Shop. advt.
H. Iayton Humphrey has been ap
pointed administrator of the estate
Of Edwin Q. Lewis. E. N. Stanley
and John .E. Morrin have been ap
pointed appraisers.
Working Girls' supper and. enter
tainment Sat. eve., Apr. 18, 6-8 p. m.
LeWitt Bldg. advt. .... ?
.1 H. C. Noble has filed an applica
tion with Building Inspector Berg
strom for permission to build an ad
dition for lavatory purposes on the
North& .Judd building.
City Engineer F. H. Oldershaw has
stopped work on the new Stanley
street ' bridge on account of the ris
ing water, in the brook. One of the
abutments has been placed. ' '
Don't forget I. O. O. F. Minstrels
st Eagles' fair tonight. advt.
The annual city meeting for the
purpose of laying a tax and endorsing
the appropriations wih be held next
Tuesday evening in old Turner hall.
Mayor-elect Quigley will preside. It
will be the first meeting over which
he will , preside as mayor.
. Send orders for mason repairs to
W. E. Doolittle. Tel. 56-4. advt.
The - rainfall at Shuttle Meadow
lake yesterday was 1:28 inches. .,
E. C. Goodwin has sold land and
buildings on Vine street to Mrs. Mary
J. Maloriey, wife of Dr. M. ; W. . Ma
loney. "" "'
If you want your millinery . to have.
the, chic look come arid see us. Miss
Grindrod. advt. "
The Reliance Realty company has
filed an application with Building In
spector Bergstrom forpermission to
erect a three-family house on ' Hart
street at a cost of $4,000.
TRY THIS IF YOU
HAVE DANDRUFF
Or Are Bothered With Falling Hair
or Itching Scalp.
There is one sure way that never
fails to remove dandruff completely
and that is to dissolve it. This de
stroys it entirely. To do this', Just
get about fbtir ounces of plain, ordi
nary, liquid arvon; apply it at night
when retiring; use enough to moisten
the scalp and rub it in gently with
the finger tips.
By morning most, if not all, of
your dandruff will "be gone, and three
or four mor' applications will com
pletely jwfca destroy
every no
mattetfanfuea nwmW&mk may
have. mlF-'-M
I 'll i r
You - .will find, tod, that Etching
and digging of the scalp will stop in;
stantly, and your ihair. will be fluffy,
lustrous, glossy, silky and Soft and
look and' feel a "hundred times better.;
' If you want to keep your hair
looking rich, do by all means get
rid of dandruff, for nothing destroys
the hair so quickly. It not only!
starves the hair, and makes it fall
out, but it makes it stringy, straggly,
dull, dry,- brittle and lifeless, and ev
erybody notices it. You can get li
quid arvon at any drug stdre. It is
inexpensive, " and four : ounces is all
you will need. Thia simple remedy
has never been -known to fail.
' , The
Roseben
Hat Shop
Mc
388 Main St.
New Britain.
GREAT WESTERN MARKET
63 Main Street. Telephone 1053
Frank Maietta, Proprietor.
FANCY LEAN FRESH SHOULDERS 10
lb io. c
POT ROAST OF HEAVY STEER BEEF 1 O
lb AOC
PORTER HOUSE AND SHORT STEAKS OC
lb 4c
ROUND STEAK .. . .. lb 1 O
loc
SHOULDER STEAK , . . lb 1 6c
GOOD BREAD FLOUR . . . bag ggc
3 CANS CORN ... .... ofi
O C
3 CANS PEAS :.. 25c
3 CANS TOMATOES . . . . ....... o
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iclerral
ake
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Depart
Qw Millkeiry
meet Tcmorrw
1,000 Asst. Shapes bought from a large New York manufacturer at almost half price and will be sold the
same way. The very latest shapes in hemps, braids and straws will be sold regardless of its former values.
Don't fail to come tomorrow.
Ait
Shapes that were for
merly 'sold for $1.98.
At $148
Shapes that cannot be
duplicated for less than
$2.29.
Alt
$L69
Shapes that cannot be
made up for less than $2.50.
Alt
MM
Shapes that all other
stores charge $3.00 for.. v
Large assortment of flowers at less money than can be bought elsewhere. Look at our window and see prices be
fore you buy. Don't hesitate. Sale starts tomorrow at 9 o'clock and lasts all day.
Jf T KECEIIVED, MEW STOCK OF COATS AM) SUETS
f f Being af teethe Easter rush we bought them at very low figures and will sell them for less than they
' cduld be made up for direct from the factory.
Suits, latest styles, value
$15.00. Special tomorrow,
while they last
colors, navy, royal, tango,
Copen. Sizes 16, 18, 20.
300 asst. Suits, all differ
ent styles, as displayed in
our window, formerly sold
for $15.98. On sale tomorrow
mm
All sizes, all materials.
$20.00 valueslin Suits to
morrow at our store, Spe
cial at
Don't miss these suits,
all latest styles and finest
workmanship. All sizes,
all shades.
03
100 AH Wool Serge Ladies' Coats
in navy blue and Copen., neatly trimmed, cutaway front, value $7.98. Special tomorrow . AA
Sizes 16, 18, 20,34 to 44.
LIST OF PATENTS.
List of patent? issued from the U.
S. patent Office, . Tuesday, April 14,
1814, for the state of. Connecticut,
furnished, us from the office of Sey
mour & Earle, solicitors of patents,
til) Church street, New Haven, Conn.:
E., L.: Alvord, assignor . to The
Johns-Pratt Co., Hartford. Trolley-wire-feed-tap
insulator. .
G' A. Arnold, Mlddletown, assignor
to 'Arnold Electric Co, Electric
H. M. Barber, Stonington, assignor
to C. B.-Cottrell & Sons Co. Inking
mechanism for bed-and-cylindtr
printing-presses.
G. Ij. Bonham. West Hartford.
Safety-razor. -
T; B. Bowers, New Haven. Shoulder-brace.
W. H. Buell, assignor to Winches
ter Repeating Arms Co., New Haven.
Impact-illuminated target for pleasure-shooting.
W. E. Chapman, New Britain. Tool
for vacuum-cleaners.
E. H. Davison and M. K. Pasco, as
signors to American Hosiery Co., New
Britain. Union suit.
C. A. Dreisbach, assignor to New
Haven Sand-blast apparatus.
A. D. Elster, Meriden. Gasoline
strainer. R. P. Grant, Hartford. Belt.
W. M. Hinson, Enfield. Tobacco
hanger. ,
N. B. iKeyes, assignor to H. C. Hart.
Unionville. Safety device for machine
operators.
IJ. Ij. Lawton, Meriden. Bearing.
R. C. Lewis, assignor to The Vale
& Towne Mfg. Co., Stamford. Combination-lock.
C. F. Llttlejohn. assignor to The
Recording Register & Fare Co., New
Haven. Recording fare-register..
A. H. Merrill, Hartford. Cigar-tip
cutter.
W. J. Monaghan, assignor to Wa
terbury Mfg. Co., Waterbury. Portable
electric lamp.
A. A. Page. East Haven, assignor lo
Sargent & Company, New Haven.
Rabbeted lock front and strike.
C. D. Piatt, Bridgeport. Hickey.
.13. A. Reeves. Meriden. Vacuum
cleaner. J. C. Regan, assignor to The Yale
& Towne .Mfg. Co., Stamford. Hoist
block. . M. B. Ryan, Bridgeport. Making
welded chain.
Same. Chain link. (2 patents).
R. Scrafln. Stafford Springs. Me
tallic railway-tie.
E. J. Shipman, assignor to Sar
gent & Co., New Haven. Pin tumbler
lock.
W. G. Smith, Waterbury. Railway ,
safety appliance. i
Li. B. Smyser, assignor to The
American Hardware corporation, New
Britain. Transomoperator. 1
T. Stevenson, assignor to The
American Graphone Co., Bridgeport,
Hydraulic press.
W. H. Taylor, assignor to The Yale
& ToWne Mfg. Co., Stamford. Combination-lock.
C. H. Veeder, assignor toThe Veeder
Mfg. Co., Hartford. Setting glass.
F. C. White, assignor to The Wilcox
& White- Co., Meriden. Expression
controller. '
Designs.
G: E. Curtiss, assignor to Landers.
Frary .& Clark, New Britain. Perco
lator.: .
Same. Urn. (3 patents.) J English & Mersick Co., New Have
O. E. Wheeler, assignor to The Automobile radiator-ckalng.'
FANCY DELAWARE SHAD
bluefish . tt nvTOsnrnrTOS salmon
MACKEREL ILOS ii 1Cj1QlS) BUTTERFISH
ALL KINDS OF SHELL FISH '. : . V ! :
Watch Our Window Display ;
W. E. eORTOM Sl SON
Tel. 223.
58 CHURCH STREET
Opp. Herald Building
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Free
Suing
Sunday
of Useful Presents
Afternoon
.if
V JLL JLJ J-i JLCv
THE PROPERTY OF MERIT.
Select one of the BEAUTIFUL HOME SITES in the grove on Hampton
Street, now being opened, as they are ideal locations.
Restrictions insure a desirable neighborhood, and our developments, im
provements and conveniences, insure homes of moderate refinement.
A small deposit secures your lot, balance on easy monthly payments, with
no taxes for two years, and no interest, for two years.
OUR GRAND OPENING OF BELVIDERE MANOR, will be held Saturday
and Sunday of next week but as the streets are now being graded, and lots nearly
all staked, we advise you to come out at once and avoid the big rush at the open
ing. ' , r : ';' '
'Phone 1418-3 for Auto appointment. $&i;xi
BODWELL LAND COMPANY '"g

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