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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY IB, 1924.
SHOE DEPT. SHOE DEPT. Our Entire Stw-K of "omen's White Kid, IJuiK, Xubuck and Cum a rmw and Oxford SATI UDAY ONLY Women's Sport Oxfords Tan Suede with Tan Calf Leather trim, Grey Suede trimmed with Patent Leather SATURDAY ONLY 3.1-0 0 Special Lol of BoV and Men's Shoes and Oxford Values to $1.00 - SATURDAY ONLY - Special Lot of Children! Talent Leather Sandals and Roys' Tennis Value to $2.00 i.io a. io All Men's Banister Shoes and Oxfords. Regular $12.00 SATURDAY ONLY 111 Women'i Grey Suede, Tan Suede and Smoked Elk Sandals - SATURDAY ONLY - - AT - Second Floor Special Lot of Women's House Slippers In Suede and Leathers Rejr. $2.50-53.00 SATURDAY ONLY - 2.1 0 '2.10 Special Lot of Girls' Pumps and Oxfords Patent leather, Grey Suede and Dull Calf SATURDAY ONLY o ; PLANSCAMPA IGN Seeking Funds Enough to Lauucli Nationwide Drive ly Worn they were accepted by any party. Thin Is a great rcor1 of con structive progress tho popular elec tion of 1'nlted Slated Senators, (he In come tav, prohibition and women's fluff rap." Mr, Karl Is 65 years old ami a pioneer Missouri business man. lie Is treasurer of the Hrinkerhoff-r'aris Trust and Finings company of Clinton Ho Is an older in the Presbyterian ehurrh. AMERICAN BOXERS WIN EASILY IN OLYMPICS Kansas Clly, July 18. Efforts are being made by the prohibition party to obtain a fund large enough to finance a vigorous nation wide campaign, 11. P, Paris, of Clinton, Missouri, the party's presidential nominee, said here today. Mr. Karis asserted that the party tft' aerinnslv ha nilfratined in nresent Ing the Issues to the people because of, lack of funds.and added that "If we had oiio dolRr to the hundreds the parties have, we'd win this elec tion." ,The presidential nominee mado It plain that he will not be surprised or disappointed If his fortunes are crush ed under an avalanche of votes, but he said he is ready to go to the White House in the event of a prohibition landslide. "We've been electing the Issues f or fifty years and the other fellows have been electing the officers," he said "It ought to be our turn to elect tho officers, and if men voted the way they talked, you would see us win. Everywhere people are clamoring for a square deal; everywhere there Is dissatisfaction with prohibition en forcement. "Our party la the real progressive party. Our party has advocated all the great issues that have been put Into effect In the last fifty years. "Four constitutional amendments the sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth found birth In our party and were advocated by our par- MORE THAN 22,000 YETS ASKING BONUS DAILY War Department Has Hncritctl 3(10, OOO Appll. atl.ms, While Navy's Total (s 33,000 Washington, July 18--r-Applieation for benefits under the bonus law are being received at the rate of 20,000 a dny at tho navy department. This n ii ni her, it waf said by Adjutant Gen eral Davis, In charge of the adjusted compensation branch' of the war de partment, I'mlcatcs that the veter.-tfis are not delaying tiling their applica tion Alotal of 3no,ono applications have been received by tho war department. The application have been availalV! since July 1 The navy department, however, has received only 33,000 ap plications In the last two weeks. The war department's adjusted compensation branch is fully func tioning now, and efforts are being made to assemble the Information in the case of each veteran for certifica tion to the veterans' bureau for pay ment. The first payments are not to be made before next year. Recent a woman sent four pounds to a London hospital in restitution for articles she had taken while a patient there. I.aharalia of I, os Angeles And .laikle Williams Carry Off Honors In The United Arena. n.v Th Ao-iiiti PrcM. Paris, July 18. Fidel Labarba, the l-os Angeles flyweight, handily de feated Rennlo of Canada In a one sided bout In the Olympic boxing competition today. In the first round the Californian landed early to the ribs and then to the chest and head with short choppy lofts and rights, driving the Canadian to the ropes. In the second he sent Rennle down for the count of four with a right to the jaw. The Canadian was saved by the gong. habaraba tried Infighting In the third round and knocked his opponent down for a count of two. Jackie Williams, the American ban tamweight, defeated Benjamin Por tuzzo, of Argentina, on points. The Argentine lost after one of the gamest fights of the Olymp'c bouts. Ho led the milling from the start, but his Firpo-llke swings were often wild and lie was pitted against one of the clev erest dodgers of the American learn. Ray Fee, the San Francisco fly weight, defeated Bergstrom, the Swedish hope, In a closely contested bout In which Fee led In the first and second rounds but took n great deal of punishment In the third. In the opening round Fee landed strong jabs to the stomach at will and in the second reached the Swede's head and jaw with left and right up percuts, thoroughly outboxlng him. Rergstrom, with a burst of speed, broke down the American's guard In the third and waltzed him around the ring, pummeltng him mercilessly. Fee was obviously pretty well exhausted, but he rallied at the end. EUROPE'S AIR JUNCTION Cicthoslovak Government Kmpha- sl7.es Fact It Seeks to Make Capital Center of Aeroplane Travel, Prague, July 18. The third Inter national aircraft exhibition, recently concluded here, served to emphasize the effort of the Czechoslovak gov ernment to make this city a center of European air travel on both the north-south and east-west routes, al ready In operation or contemplated. English, French and German firms were among the 88 exhibitors. Mr. Srba, the minister of public works, In an address at the opening said that the movement to make Prague the junction for European air routes was gaining ground and it was now only a question of the conclusion of suit able treaties between the various states relating to aerial communica tions and commerce. A new route between Brunn and MRrlsch-Ostrau is soon to be estab lished and a great airdrome Is to be built in the latter city, which in addi tion to Its peace functions, Is de signed as a base for military air operations in event of war. CONCLUDE CONVENTION 22nd Annual Meeting of American In stitute of Banking Knillng Its Sen. slim at Haltlinore. Baltimore, July 18. The twenty second annual convention of the American Institute of Banking, junior organization of the American Bank ers' association, will be concluded to day, the election of officers and the selection of the place for next year's convention being the most important business on the program. Kansas City se.-mert to be tht favorite with the delegates for the 1925 meeting. Caucuses held last night for today's election resulted In the nomination of Edwin V. Flick of San Francisco, for president, and Brucj Balrd, of New Orleans, for vice-president. An execu tive council of four members also will he chosen, made. Five nominations were Boy Ieads Reds Berlin A 13-year-old boy is one of the leaders of the communist party at Gera, in central Germany. His flu ency of speech and commanding man ner on the platform attracts large crowds to his meetings. SHERIFF IS SHOT $1-98 WH Eastern Millinery Co. 133 MAIN ST., New Britain $2-98 Sale of New ITE FELT HATS SATURDAY SPECIAL Hundreds of the Very Newest White Felt Hats On Sale TOMORROW There are many styles for selection. Solid White, White with Black, and all the bright summer colors. An ideal hat for the Shore. Mountain or Street Wear The Correct Sport Hat for present wear. renn. Official Fatally Wounded By Criminally Insane Prisoner Who First Throws Red Pepper. Huntington, Pa., July 18. While taking two men to the state hospital for the criminal Insane at Farvlew to day. Deputy Sheriff Meyer Van Lewen of Allegheny county, was shot through the abdomen and probably fatally wounded by one of the prisoners who first threw red pepper Into the offi cer's face. The prisoner who did the shooting is Andrew Jackson, a negro. The other prisoner escaped but was captured after a seven hours hunt. The shooting occurred in a sleeping ear while the men were temporarily separated from their handcuffs. Jack son seized the officer's pistol, after throwing the pepper. ' Best of Quality and Lowest Values in Town Y 424- MAIN STREET S E R V I C OPP. EAST ttAIN STREET. E MORNING SPECIALS 9 TO 12 Every person uses an average of 12 pounds of soap annually. Advance Fall Styles -At Saturday Special About ISO New Fall Models made of fin quality Satin combined with Velvet, in the latest dpsignx ate here for your selection. Specially priced for tomorrow. fQ Cfl These Hats were made to sell in the regular way at $5.98. On Sale Tomorrow j)D . DU Even Grandma Gets It Shingle Bobbed Nets are proving a salvation to bohhed-haired women, who are learning a new trick. They have their hair cut for greater comfort, but If the husbands or employers of some of them knew of the removal of the tresses they would be even more uncomfortable than be fore, so they resort to hair nets to conceal the awful fact from the world. In this way girls are able lo retain their positions in establishments where bobbed hair is officially proscribed. New Britain hairdressers re port that most of the women who have their hair bobbed are willing to advertise that fact. This is generally the case even with the older women, and the maximum age of bobbed-haired flappers Is continually advanc ing and has long since reached the grny-hnlrcd grandmothers who were once so unequivocally opposed to the cutting of their granddaughters' hair. A further development Is the growing demnnd of women to he served in barber ahops along tilth the men. The "National League Barber" ha already taken a atahd against this, claiming more or Ipmi seriously that women have already brok en Into the colleges, the clubs, and politics, have abolished the saloon, and are now attacking th barber shop, the last re- fislnlng rlare where men can gt away frem what was for merly called the weaker sex. Armour's Smoked Shoulders 10c lb. New Large Potatoes 39c pk. Lean Fresh Shoulders 12c lb. Granulated Sugar 10 lbs. 69c Fresh Hamburg 3 lbs. 25c Best Flour 89c bag Best Frankforts 15c lb. Fresh Creamery Butter 2 lb. 85c ALL DAY SPECIAL Cabbage Free With Our Corned Beef 8c lb. 4- BEEF Boiling; BEEF lb POT ROAST lb Sugar Cured BACON lb Prime Rib ROAST lb Boneless Pot ROAST lb Sliced HAM lb Milk Fed FOWL lb 8c 12c 18c 28c 18c 39c 35c PORK Boast 1 o PORK In lOC CHOPS lb 20c Fresh Pork or SAUSAGE ... bdOC Sausage MEAT Cottage or HAMS lb jOC Salt -I Q PORK lb lOC Pickled inl PIGS' FEET lb 1i2C Honeycomb TRIPE lb 35c ib 25c I5c VEAL Veal CUTLETS ... It Veal nrj. CHOPS lb DC Roast of 1 O VEAL lb IOC VEAL 1 r. For Stew .... lb 1UC Rump Roast of VEAL BREAST in To Stuff lb 1 L C Short Cut -I r LEGS of VEAL lb IOC ib 18c GENUINE LEGS OF SPRING LAMB .. 35c lb. l : : 3 Cans Evaporated O C 1 BEST OC-I3 Cans Campbell's Q Q MILK ZD C ! COFFEE lb D C I Tomato Soup . . . . W C 3 Cans CORN 29c 2 Pounds COCOA O r I 3 Cans Campbell's ZD CI BEANS 29c 2 Cans' STRING BEANS 25 8 Rolls or i 6 Cans SUNBRITE o I- C TOILET PAPER ZDC CLEANSER .... ZDC FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Sunkist Oranges . . 2 doz. 45c Ripe Cherries 2 qts. 25c Freestone Peaches .... 2 qts. 25c Large Ripe Pineapples . . , . . 15c Cantaloupes 10c Squash 10c String Beans 10c qt. Peas 10c qt. Fresh Bunch Native Beets ... 5c Large Head Lettuce 5c LARGE WATERMELONS ...55c Each