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M-;V JJIM'AIN DAILY IIKKALD; I HI DAY, JULY IS, 1021.
SECOND FLOOR $9.9 PALM BEACH SUITS $5.10 BESSE-LELAND SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY BOYS' DEPARTMENT KHAKI PANTS The kind that will wear PLAY SUITS TOM SAWYER Make $1.10 S Art SVE,TERS-CoatS!le In Tan, Grey and Brown $2.00 THE BEST IN HOSE Our regular 49c 3 for $1.10- TOM SAWYER BLOUSES-fancy stripes for $1.10 SECOND FLOOR . $13.1.1 BOYS' 2-UANTS SUITS $10.1-0 riay ball BASEBALL SI ITS That Will Stand Good Hard Wear $2.00 A UNION SUITS 3 for $1.10 F Rey. F. Scolt McBride Discusses Prohibition Winona Lake, Ind., July IS. The y of the world are on the United State and the whole world Id asking If America will make good on prohi bition, Rev. F. Si-ott McBride declared today at the conference of the World League Against Alcoholism. Mr. Mc Bride is general superintendent of the Anti-Saloon ligue of America, and has official coflertfn with the World league. "If we make good." said Dr. Mc Bride, "the world will we In the United States a demonstration that will convince even the rnont skeptical nation that prohibition, economically, socially, morally and politically, is the greatest achievement recorded In the history of the nations. Before the eyes of the world it Is our solemn duty to present such a demonstration s will win for prohibition In this generation. The United States will glej prohibition to the world In this generation, or by Its failure hold back the world from the benefits of prohi bition for a century or more. "When the wets brought on the ref erendum election In Ohio last year and put forth their tremendous effort to take Ohio from the dry column, the superintendent of the Ohio league at that time, James A, White, gave nut the Information that some of the boasted foreign money, which the world liquor organization claimed to have, was In Ohio In fulfilment of the promlHe given to the public a year previous that they would send the money from Europe to help the wets in the United States. When we get Into the referendum fights this fall In Massachusetts and Michigan, or In any other state, this same wet foreign money will come up and face us again. "I find no fault with the. foreign countries using their money to pay their honest war debts obligated to this country by thftn during the war, but I emphatically protest against the use of foreign money within bounds of the United States of America to break down our constitution and to trample our dug in the dust. If they have money enough to support the wets in their fights against our gov ernment, they ought to get together enough money somehow to pay their debts to us. "The drys of the world also are looking upon the demonstration that Is being given of prohibition In the United States. The first question the missionary asks when visited by an American Is 'how Is prohibition suc ceeding at home?' The business world also has Us eyes flved on the United StatPR. knowing full well that no na tion drunk can successfully compete with the United States sober. The I political world a well, Is looking on the United States. II sef the future of a self-ruling nation wrapped up in ' the problem as to whether It can en- I force Us own laws. I "Probably the most Interesting spec i talor Is the educational world. It is looking to the United States in an effort to face the facta and decide cor ! roctly whether President Butler, who I says the liquor traffic will be back in : action in the United States within five years, is right, or whether President Eliot, not originally a prohibitionist, is right when he declares prohibition Is a tremendous success." Personals Miss Sophie Ooogel of EaRt street has returned from a two weeks' stay at Flatbush, Brooklyn, N. Y. Guests from .New Britain at the Froeba cottage at Clinton beach are Misses Kuthryn and May Burns, Misa Adelaide Young, Mlt. Kleanor Zim merman, CIIITord McCarthy and Mra, George Krocba, Jr. Mlti Florence Caufleld, alenogra pher in the public works department, Is taking her annual vacation. Miss Nellie Gunner of New York is the guest of her uncle, Constable Kred Winkle, of 143 Maple street. Mrs. Jennie Blald, daughter of Vire Commissioner and Mrs. Walter Blair of 245 Hartford avenue. Is spending two weeks with her aunt, Mrs. John Drummond, at Chalker Beach. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Grogan and Mrs. Grogan's father, John Conlon of 93 Tremont street, are at the New National, Block Island, for a few weeks. Saturday Specials at KB Goldenblum Millinery Co. JULY CLEARANCE SALE Specials For Tomorrow CD HI V-eV Morning Specials From 7 A. M. to 12:30 Fancy New POTATOES, peck 35c Lean Smoked SHOULDERS, lb 13c Challenge MILK . . . 2 cans 25c Best Pure OPj LARD 2 m 3C All Day Specials in All Departments 250 Trimmed Hats Values Up to $15.00 Special $4.85 WHITE FELT HATS Large Assortment Special $1.95 lp i lUJLUKblJ fJM.il HATS Large Assortment Special ur $1,95 83 ODD HATS Values up to .$6.00 Special . $1.00 COME EARLY FOR FIRST CHOICE SEE WINDOWS FOR VALUES Goldenblum Millinery Co. Corner MAIN and COURT STS., New Britain LOIN LAMB CHOPS lb 45c FRESH KILLED FOWL Ib 35c LEGS GENUINE LAMB lb 35c LAMB FORES . Tb 22c BONELESS POT ROASTS lb 18c PRIME RIB ROASTS lb 28c ROAST PORK lb 18c ROAST VEAL lb 25c Fresh Cut Hamburg lb Best Frankforts . . lb Sugar Cured Bacon 11) Choice Shoulder Steak tb Cottage Hams .... lb 18c 18c 25c 22c 30c Lamb Stew lb 16c Pork Sausage .... lb 23c Lean Corned Beef lb 10c Lean Boiling Beef lb 10c Fresh Shoulders . . lb 14c 10 DOMINO GRANULATED SUGAR lb Cloth 7Q QC ft doth 7Q Sack DC CiD Sack J 1 , V EVAPORATED MILK 3 cans 29c CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP 3 cans 25c ROYAL LUNCH CRACKERS 2 tb 25c Good Luck Jar Rings 2 dozen 1.5c Post Toasties, package 8c Pink Salmon, 2 cans 29c Sugar Corn ... 2 cans 25c Old Dutch Cleanser 2 cans 15c Sardines 4 cans 25c Kellogg's Corn Flakes package 8c Tuna Fish can 23c Fancy Tomatoes 2 cans 25c Premier Salad Dressing jar 33c Wedgwood Creamery BUTTER 2 lb 87c FA NCY FULL CREAM CHEESE lb29c Nucoa Nut Oleo 29c lb Good Luck Oleo 32c lb First Prize Oleo 29c lb CALIF. SUNKIST ORANGES dozen 33c CALIF. SUNKIST LEMONS dozen '35c LARGE RIPE CANTALOUPES each 10c s Native Green Bear.s . 4 quarts ......... 25c Nilive Wax Beans 3 quarts 25c Solid Head Cabbage, ea. 10c Native Beets , . bunch 5c Native Squash .. each 15c Large Ripe Bananas dozen 25c Green Sweet Peas 2 quarts 25c Long Green Cukes 3 for 10c Boston Head Lettuce ' 2 for 15c Sound Yellow Onions . 4 lb 25c Fresh Cut Spinach peck , , , 25c Large Pineapples 2 for 25c For Quick Returns Use Herald Classified Advts. HalfYearly Disposal Extra-Made tit m We have made our reputa tion principally on the goodness of our Mens and Young Mens Suits, Top Coats and Overcoats. But--we also make Odd Trousers and they wear and fit just as good as all V&Q clothes do. - Twice a vear we make an extra ordinary effort to clear the decks of al Trousers. Come in and behold some real Worsteds, Cheviots, Serges, Flannels, in all colors and all sizes, at $3 s4 Many to Match Your Coat and Vest They are real values-made in our own Shops void to you minus the middleman's profit, therefore about $1.50 to $3 less than ordinary stores charge. Keep Cool 'P&Q Summer Suits are as cool aS a dip in the ocean. They are splendidly tailored and will keep their shape, We have them of Mohair, Palm Beath, Panama Cloth, Coolkenny Crash colors and models galore. 1155 L29 15 "The P&QWayhlhe Realf Way to Clothes Economy " 306 Main Street 1 ' (C WeGiveTfieWues lgP And Get'ffieBiisingss M. Peyser, Mgr.