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HART FORD. Mew Ohll Styles , aft your appreciation. Every expectation of good taste sryKVdemand of faultless style is met with a charming variety of newest New. York modes. - 4t ? A. COUSINS SHOES (Made in New 'York) Tor Women -the selection of the finishing touches to your Fall cos?'; V :$sv -delightful."; ';-F)orevenihgVwear ar"any daytime occasion - street, a social 'function, sp6ftsvafield--among the many styles Cousins Shoes will be found just the appropriate one, satisfy- - completely with its fit, comfort and exclusive smartness. i bamoh9 nr7 ,;'. ohoe : shop '2 ' 267; Main Street WE PAY: 25c FOR OLD HOT 'WATER BOTTLES and SYRINGES If 1 you have an Old Water Bottle of Syringe , laying around the house, that leaks, or one . that Isn't satis factory, and you feel the need of a new; one, bring it to our store 181 Main street, and we will accept it 13 part payment on a new one- Remeber we will sell you either one at the Regular Price, and allow you 25 Cents for Your Old One. 0 n ffy Items a .born ,to Mr. and Mrs. rack;-at rthe New Britain pital yesterday. a jonnson 762 Farming- V Hartford,' ' who has kg in N. Y.f with Maurice tie schoo 3ias returned teaching,', private lessons, ta f ornieMr Phone Eliz. childish quarrel Saturday ht year old Stanley Drop-bhestnut- street and his playmate. George Rocofsky, the for mer ' was struck in the head , with a piece of iron, inflicting a deep cut. The Dropsek boy's father complained to the police. Dresses for all occasions, Moderate prices, Miss E. F. Purtell (Inflight up) 69 Pratt St., Hartford. advt. , Grace L. Baum, contralto, teacher of voice, studio 34? Church St., Tele phone 514-3. advt. The annual meeting of the Fire men's Pension and Relief association will be held next month. The first meeting of the Women's club will be held on October 12, either SCHOOL TIME your children need Books, 3, raper, iiik, renciis, Aome us. TV c nave a guuu at right prices. Stationery Department lie' Dickinson Drug !p 169 & 171 Main Street at the Y. W. C. A. or at the First Baptist chuich parlors. Constable Fred Winkle has sold the bankrupt stock of Louis Neuhold to M Kennedy for $4 67. ; John Mazuckazk, ten years old, of High street, was given a severe lec ture by Prosecuting Attorney Klett yesterday and sent home. On Satur day night the boy took his father's revolver and frightened the neighbor- .hood by shooling 1 on the street. , But slight damage was caused by the fire at Frank Fritzon's house at 328 South Main street yesterday af ternoon. The fire department was called out by an alarm from box 23. Crossed wires are said to have caused the blaze. A daughter, Lois Ruth, was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. William McWilliams of Rockville, formerly of New Britain. , ,, S. Stanley Horvitz, eye specialist, has resumed his duties at ' his office softer a three weeks' illness. advt. Several members ol the Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H., went to Terryville yesterday where they assisted in de gree work of the Terryville auxiliary. Fred Beloin will leave tomorrow to officiate as a Judge at the Westfleld horse races. He will also officiate next week at the Danbury races. John Riley of Johnsonburg, Ta., is visiting his aunt, Mrs. James Egan of Beaver street. Up to Saturday, Tax Collector Loo- mis had collected $7,865 in taxes for September. His record for the entire montn or sepiemDer in 114 was $8,100. A marriage license has been issued to William P. Suilivan of Guilford and Miss" Catherine Anna Walsh of 10 Broad' street, this city. They will be married at St. Mary's church in a few days by Rev. William Cav anaugh of Hartford. A license has been issued also to John Albert Gustafson and Lydia Lu kander, both of 325 Hartford avenue. Railroad employes under Section Boss Smith wick were engaged yester day installing new crossing planks at the. Main street crossing. The fore man was obliged. to ask for police aid to keep a big crowd of sightseers from interfering with the men as they found it almost impossible to proceed with the work, so great was thr crush. t AVE RE OUT IN STORM. Fourteen young people, members of the Rule Shop office force, enjoyed an outing to Saybrook yesterday on the power boat "Alverno," and inci dentally learned something1 about life on the rolling main as far as the Con necticut river could demonstrate it, for on the return trip they felt the effects of the high wind which later in the night developed into full gale pro portions. The trip down the river frcm Middletown was thoroughly en Joyed. The party stopped at Rock Landing for lunch, which was pre pared by the young Jady members. The wind kicked up a choppy "sea on he homeward voyage and a couple of the young ladies suffered . from sea sickness. They reached Middletown about 9 o'clock and bid a thankful "good bye" to their stout craft for the more comfortable and steady going homeward bound trolley car. The Oldest Property Owners in this vicinity do not have to be informed that we do first class work in Exterior House Painting This kind of work Is something that has made for us an A-l reputation.. Let us estimate, with you for painting your house, barn or fence, before winter. Also wo arts fully prepared to paint your floors and rooms., paper your walls, etc. ', BEST OF MATERIALS, SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP. CALL AND SEE US FOR PAINTS, WALL PAPER, VARN SUES, STAINS, or any of the Supplies that go with our line. THE JOHN BOYLE COMPANY 3:2nd 5 Franklin Squars. Hew Britain, Conn. Watch Our Delicatessen Department Wc have had scores of inquiries as to what makes our Salads so Delicious. , CARE in choosing; our ingredients, CARE and PATIENCE in preparation, COMBINED with our own make MAYONAISE and ypu have the recipe. A Generou Trial Size in Sanitary Containers 10c ca. 49c per quart. Cold Slaw is our fastest seller x. 15c per lb Potato Salad the best whatever 12c per lb Macedonia Vegetable Sul ad Everything in Sea son ................ : . ... . , . . 28c per lb Macaroni Salad with ho snappy : taste !l . . . 20c per lh . A variety of Fish Salads at Reasonable Prices. . ; Your Choice of Roasted or Cooked Meats In Our Baking Department We Will Have the Following to Otter; Sunshine Cakes 12c each Apple Turnovers 5c each Cream Rolls 5c each Pastry Bretzels 20c per do. Parker House Rolls 10c per doz- Now that the Cold Weather Is coming; we will have our lines of Delicious Cream Goods. Chocolate Eclairs, Cream Puffs, etc. Watch the Housekeeper Dread sale, l- a loaf. Bring- in the coupon and receive a Crisp New Dollar Rill. The Coupon of the week ending- September 18th, was. won bv: Mrs, Charley Chaplin of the Keystone Motion Picture Co., of N. Y. The Laity on the Candy Counter Will Have the Follow ing to Offer You For Tomorrow: Victoria Fudge . . 15c per lb Molasses Kisses ........... ... 19c per lb All our own Made Candiies- Buy from the Maker, "SAFETY FIRST ON OUR ICE CREAM." Orders delivered to all parts of the city. HALL1NAN BREAD & ICE CREAM COMPANY 142 MAIN STREET INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS. State Deputy Mulligan to Be in Charge of K. of C Exercises. The recently elected officers ot Daly Council, K. of C, will be. in stalled by State Deputy William J. Mulligan of Thompsoiwille at Hanna'a building Main street on October 1. The committer in charge of the af fair is makir t plans for the enter tainment of the visitors and a pleas ant evening i anticipated. Invita tions are to be extended to officers of the various councils throughout the state to be present and take part in the exercises' The leasing of the hall in which the installation will be held, and which was formerly the meeting placo of the Elks if being discussed. The hall ia an ideal place for meetings and also for social rooms, having all necessary conveniences. I JESUITS COMING Beginning next Sunday, a two weeks' mission will be held at St. Mary's church. it will .be in chargi of the rociety of Jesuits and services will be held morning and evening for the two weeks. The first week will be devoted to women of the parish and the last week to the men and Italian members of the parish. It is expected that the mission will be at tended by many as the Jesuits have a special aptitude for this kind of re ligious effort. The first service will begin with the 10:30 mass next Sunday. Hundreds of Choice Autumn Styles in Trimmed Mats To Choose From at Dillon's at $5, $6, $7.50, $8.50, $10 They are the most talked about hats In Hartford they com prise original designs from our own expert millinery artists In the smartest shapes of the season, comprising Sailora, Turban, Trl cornes, etc., trimmed with n'l the newest Ideas in trimmings such such as Ostrich fancies; Silk Gibbons, Flowers, Steel Ornaments am! many other beautiful trimmings which you'll surely admire. There are hats for every type, for all occasions. In eplendid variety. Come, and try these charmi ig hats on, then you can readily under stand our standard for value giving. Splendid Assortment of .Women's and Misses' Coats We are showing such great variety and such a large stock that It is difficult to give you th right Impression of the stock by a tcr examples a few minutes of your time, however, will be pleas antly spent In an inspection of the new comfortable looking coa's which are bristling with smartness. Coats cut with a wide sweep, with large and high-cut collars, many with fur collars. In such fashionable materials as Velvet, Plushes, Velour, Corduroy, Whip-' cords, Mixtures, Serges, Gaberdines and ' Broadcloths,'-prices ranse' , $0.98, 912.50, $15.00, $18.00 $19.75, $25.00 upward. IN OUR CUSTOM TAILORING DEPARTMENT Clothes for the Business Man For the bsuy man who spends most of his day in the office, a suit of medium weight will be found best for comfort and health during the Fall and Winter. Our abundant variety of patterns repre sent choice selections embodying style and individuality. "A GOOD BUSINESS SUIT FOR $45." TT PATS TO nUT OUR KIND KAItiroltA fS-89 ASYLtfM ST. Connecting with 14.0 THUMB TJLL ST. Made in America Week at Wise, Simth & Co-, Ilfu. Just a year ago, toon after beginning of the great European war, J Wise, Smith & Co.. of Hartford, in augurated with geat success, a "Made in America week," instituting a sale of goods made in America. Th-3 J idea caught the public sentiment, be came general and the movement spread to all the large commercial states. Events have moyed rapidly the past fourteen months, and Amer ica has been the dominate factor in communications. "Boost American manufactured goods" has been tho keynote everywhere in this country- Wise, Smith & Co., took the initia tive in this district and the uecond America week sale, starting today, will prove even more successful then the first. advt. J U VI N I L I: M I XSTRKLS. The juvenile minstrel troupe of St. Mary's parochial school which made such a hit at St. Paul's church bazar in Kensington last winter, is being re organized for the season and will make its first appearance at the T. A. H. fair. The troupe is com posed of boys and girls there beln? fifteen of each. The girls prove quite an innovation. Some of them will have solo parts and others will be in the chorus. Rehearsals will soon begin. n Ifm SAFE, SANCuri Na uk No odor. . K UKA IM Itlt Md ahm the win, It Mm pocbet. Rat Com for imdmH k i.miwfc II nch cm. Haw to Dearer Kit, I LI ' AU Sd. H.njw.r.. Dm .nd VI T MANNER? humu CORN Mtnamt w mm. Bookta Craml Stent, 25c, I.UU. lb. pl. 15.00 B4mW1 Mf. C. JIT Rm Si. P.. mm, PICKHARDT & DUNN 127 MAIN STREET. OPPOSITE ARCH. TELEPHONE 317-2 The New Fall Suits an Coats Are Here FEATURING ALL THU NKWBST FASHION POIXTK AH styles rim to exquisite richness. Ftirn arc iikch! In the frimininjr of almost everything and material n of eourse arc more than usually handsome to corresiKnid with the ilchne of these trimming. MOW SKIRTS, NFAV WAISTS unri HLOt'SFK, NFW SILK I'l.T TK'OATS, NFW MI SlilN CNDICRWKAR- IiA (iRlXQVi: TAILORKU UNPICRWTJAR THAT PIT. The New Fall Mode!: of t he leading makes of CowU nrc them. Corsets Filled if Iehcil.