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Says Haberski Is Doing Work
Without City Permit
A warrant was requested today for
the arrest of Leo Haberski of 44
Cabot street, a contractor who has
neglected to comply with orders Is
sued by Inspector A. N. Rutherford
that he discontinue operations on a
building at 62 Silver street.
Haberski applied for a permit
April 11, and without waiting for
pormission to proceed, removed par
titions and began construction of
two stores in the Silver street build
ing. Because the structure is a six
tenement frame house, stores are
not allowed, and it will be necessary
for Haberski to reconstruct the
house for dwelling purposes.
Damages of more than $1,000
were estimated by Inspector Ruther
ford today as a probable result of
Maberski's action. It is expected
that a warrant will be served this
Conference Today to Talk Over
XiiiiKescr-0ll Case, Halted
By Arguments.
St John's. N. F., July 14 UP)
Upon the outcome of a scheduled
conference in New York city some
time" this week rested today the
future of the Guggenheim airplane
search for the missing French
transatlantic fliers, Nungesser and
ColL which has been carried on
her? tor the past month by Major
F. Sidney Cotton.
Dissension in Major Cotton's party
was admittedly responsible for the
termination, at least temporarily, of
the work.
Charges by James McHhail, Cot
ton's former mechanician, who
came here two weeks ago, that Cot
ton had utilized the expedition to
photograph forest country for pos
sible use by lumber companies
rather than to hunt for the fliers
were answered today by the avia
tor's friends, who declared them
Mcl'hail was reported to have
been backed in his version of af
fairs by the third member of the
party. Captain Cyrus Caldwell, Cot
ton's first assistant. Caldwell has
not been here.
Major Cotton is at St. George's
on the west coast where his con
templated hop to New York has
been delayed by the necessity of
overhauling his plane and by poor
flying conditions. He hoped, how
ever, to be able to get away today.
In New York he Is to confer with
Daniel Guggenheim and others,
backers of the expedition, who are
reported willing to send a second
plane here" to continue the work.
To refute the charges of McPhall
and the reported criticism of Cala
well, friends of the aviator today
pointed out that the camera with
which the photography was done
had been presented to Major Cot
ton for the express purpose by Mr.
Continue Case of Father
Who Wants to See Boy
. The hearing on a habeas corpus
writ sought by David Benjamin of
this city, through Attorney Thomas
F. McDonough before Judge Thomas
F. Malloy In the common pleas
court, was continued this morning
until Thursday, July 21.
Benjamlne alleged that he was un
lawfully deprived, of right to see
his son and the writ commanded the
mother of the child, Mouraasa Ben
jamin and her mother, Mrs. George
Sargis, to bring the boy before the
court at 9 o'clock this morning to
show cause why the boy has been
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin were mar
ried about a year ago. About three
months ago they separated, It Is un
derstood, with the understanding
that the boy should be allowed to
see each parent for a certain length
of time. Benjamin alleges that both
women are confining the boy and
depriving him of his liberty.
Bertaud W ill Take Hill
With Him on His Trip
New York, July 14. UP) Lloyd
Bertaud announces that his com
panion on the proposed non-stop
flight to Rome will be John DeWitt
Hill, a comrade of the night airmail
between New York and Cleveland.
Bertaud and Hill will take turns
piloting and navigating and Bertaud
will have complete charge of the
Hill is 42 years old, six feet tall,
weighs 155 pounds and is unmar
ried. He has had 6,000 hours in the
air and has the reputation of never
having left his ship although he has
been forced down by snow and wind
more than half a dozen times.
Worcester, Mass., July 14(.T)
Charles Henry Ford, 70, more than
3 0 years master mechanic at the
Boston and Maine repair shops in
this city, died today at his home here
following a long illness. Burial will
be in Forest Hills cemetery, Boston.
!.! Killed
Clayton Poultry Farm
Tel. 425.-W
:'ast Street
Wc Deliver
Quality - Jerri ce - Palue -
2nd Floor
An Unusual Selling at
Remains of Peter Parvych of This
City Discovered On
Sand Bar
New Haven, July 14 UP) Th hnrtv
of Peter Parvych, 86, of 65 Frank
lin street. New Britain, who was
drowned Sunday while swimming off
Savin Rock, West Haven, has been
John Delahant of Ocean avenue,
West Haven, found the body oil a
sand bar while paddling in the
vicinity of Black Rock. The body
had been drifting with the tide and
had been carried up on the sand bar
where it remained.
Medical Examiner Victor Kowa
lewskl was notified and after exam
ining the body gave permission for
its removal to a New Haven under
taking parlor from where It will be
taken to New Britain for burial.
The funeral will be held tomor
row morning at g o'clock at All
Saints church. Burial will be in St.
Mary's cemetery.
Hartford Man Is Held
On Bad Check Charges
Meriden, Conn., July 14 OP) A
continuance until Tuesday was
granted by Judge Thomas P. Dunne
in police court today in the case of
John B. Gurity, of 23 Owen street,
The excused is charged with
passing checks, without sufficient
funds on deposit to meet them. A
local manufacturing company and E.
G. Knell of Meriden, are the com
plainants. Attorney Daniel J. Dana
her fought hard to prevent a con
tinuance but was unsuccessful. He
claimed an attempt was being made
to use the court as a collecting
agency. The court was Informed
that Gurity will be forced to remain
in jail until the trial as he cannot
procure bonds.
Price of Gasoline in
Hartford Is Lowered
Hartford, July 14 iP) Reduction
in the price of gasoline at twenty
five service stations in the city was
announced today, and it was ex
pected that many of the other
service stations would fall into line
after they had received advices from
their home offices. The reduction
was two cents a gallon in the re
tail price which established the cost
of the gasoline to the consumer at
22 cents a gallon, Including the
state tax.
Fierce Fire in Maine
Still Burning Today
Bangor, Maine, July 14. UP) Fire
which started in the lath mill of
Arthur W. Turner of Frankfort near
Dixmont Village late yesterday and
spread to the woods burned over 100
acres during the night and was still
burning today. The damage already
occasioned Is estimated In excess of
150,000. In addition to timberland
and wood lots burned over several
hundred cords of prepared wood
was destroyed.
A crew of several hundred men
fought fire all night and succeed
ed in confining the flames to an
area between Martin's stream and
the East Newport road.
Hartford, Conn., July 14 UP) War
ren C. Ailing of New Haven, a clerk,
was arrested here by Detective Ser
geant Charles J. Keefe for the New
Haven police who want him on the
charge of failing to support bis
minor children.
1 1 si mm m mm l in f M mm Mil l Pk.1 v x imrmn
Charming styles . . . undeniably
new and smart clever details and
lines of more expensive models.
Printed Silks
Printed Crepe
Short Sleeve Lengths
Lonsr Sleeve Models
110 Women's
Wash Silk Dresses
All sizes and colors.
Special Purchase!
8 Doz. Women's
Smart Blazers
All colors and sizes, priced
special for tomorrow.
Dollar Day Bargains!
Chiffon Voile 4 for $1.00
in floral patterns and coin dots, 40 inches
Pillow Cases 4 for $1.00
made of genuine pequot muslin, 42x36 (limited quantity.)
Men's Night Shirts $1.00 each
made from "Fruit of the Loom" muslin, sizes 15 to 20.
Cut 54 inches.
Linen Napkins 10 for $1.00
-plain white or with colored borders, very special.
Pa jama Cloth 6 yds. for $1.00
-in double and colors.
Turkish Towels 5 for $1.00
22x44 double thread, plainivhite or with colored borders.
Electric Table Stoves $1.00
6 ft. cord and detachable cord.
s Bed Ticking 4 for $1.00
9 oz. old fashioned stripe, 39c quality, for tomorrow low
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Dollar Day Super .Values!
Floral Batiste 6 for $1.00
white and colored grounds for dresses,
lingerie, etc.
Little need be said of this value!
Genuine C. T. N. Curtain Muslin
first quality, 36 inches wide, many various patterns.
(Dollar Day Only)
6 yds. for $1.00
Every purchase a great saving!
1,025 Yards of Wonderful
Drapery Damask
values up to $3.00. 50 inches wide,
many different patterns. Furchase t Jill
now your fall requirement and save. I I II I
Yard -W
-A value far greater than you'd expect!
Seamless, size 72x90 inches.
6 yards for
36 inches wide, heavy quality, won
derful variety of patterns. Priced
lower than the lowest for Dollar
Extraordinary !
26 doz. Women's Silk Gloves
embroidered turn down cuffs, all shades,
excellent weight for summer
Dollar Day for Women !
-crepe gowns, floral patterns, Q d 1 QQ
full size L for P 1 uu
-muslin bloomers or step-ins, O d 1 QQ
lace trimmed Cm for vfl
-chemise bloomers, step-ins, Q 1 QQ
hand embroidered for $ 1
-crepe pajamas, two piece, " (100
regular $2.00 value eachip 1 ,u"
-extra size muslin bloomers, O 1 QQ
white and pink Cm for p X W
-baby plaid blankets, slightly 9 d 1 QQ
soiled, pink or blue Cm for p J.
-women's rayon gowns, slips, bloomers, d 1 QQ
heavy quality, all sizes and colors $1 vv
Dollar Day for Baby !
-baby silk and wool bands 2 for $ 1
-baby flannel kimonos, 9 d 1 QQ
pink or blue trimmed Cm for j) 1
-blue chambray coveralls, trimmed 9 d 1 QQ
with red, sizes 2 to 6 years Cm for (P 1
Linen Table Cloths $1.00
60x60, with colored borders, wonderful for every day use.
Women's Hats $1.00
not so very many. Please be here early. All head shapes,
all styles and remarkable values.
Cotton Toweling 10 for $1.00
various qualities, priced for Dollar Day.
Bed Sheets $1.00 each
extra large, 81x99, seamless, wonderful quality muslin.
Women's Under Arm Bags $1.00 ea.
pouch and swagger style.
Broadcloth Union Suits 2 for $1.00
athletic style for men, sizes 36 to 46, all perfect, all
full cut.
Rayon Alpaca 3 for $1.00 r
a nign lustre material in an colors ior aresses, sups, etc. i
Priced at a sacrifice!
960 yds. Dimity Prints
3 for ... . $ w
white grounds with small patterns,
guaranteed colors. 36 inches wide,
Dollar Day super value !
50 doz. Men's Shirts $1.00
sizes 14 to 17, assorted materials, assorted patterns, with
and without collars.
Women's Full Fashioned
Boys' Blouses 3 for $1.00
sizes 6 to 16. Regular and sport neck style of a fine
woven material, plain colors and fancy stripes.
Boys' Union Suits 2 for $1.00
size 2 to 16, summer knit underwear, full cut, well made,
extra value.
You'll want many of these!
Rayon Curtains
you'd never expect a value like
this, even on a Dollar Day, full width
2 4 yards long with 3 in. silk bullion
fringe on hem.
Silk Hose $1.00
every pair perfect, silk to the welt.
Women's Union Suits 2 for $1.00
made by a well known manufacturer, athletic style.
Women's Silk and Rayon Hose
these are good wearing hose. Every pair first quality,
plenty of shades 9 1 00
to choose from Cm for J) 1 ,vrv
Important Notice! When sending mail Or phone orders kindly state colors and sizes correctly!
Wnmon'c roof Drocsac - I Women's Bordered and Dotted Voile
light weight rayons, novelty prints and dainty dimities, all summer
colors, neatly trimmed and fast color. You should see these dresses
to appreciate their value. i
Dresses at Ridiculous Prices 2 for $1.00
for street or porch wear, neatly trimmed with buttons, lace and self materials, fast
colors, all sizes. We advise you to come early.
New Britain's greatest value giving event! Plan to be here at 9 sharp!

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