B.H. Dillon & Co.
1105 Main Street.
DIPLOMATS OF ENGLAND AND GERMANY
WANT CHILDREN TO BECOME ENGAGED
THE FARMER! JULY T91(X
908 Main Street, Hartford, Conn. -v 10 Rue St. Cecile, Paris
mm CLEARANCE SALE
Off SornnmoiP RIillinBipy
" TOMORROW SATURDAY WE WTLIi OFFER THE MOST ATTRACTIVE BARGAIN'S EVER BE-
SEEN" IX BRIDGEPORT. THE OPPORTUNITY OF THE SEASON TO SELECT YOUR SUMMER
AT A TTOArrrfON' OF THE OKIUUMALi I'ltlCJU. UMK13IJIKU MATS, TRIMMED DRESS HATS.
SAILOR HATS. FLOWERS, OSTRICH PLUMES, SHIRT WAISTS, AUTO VEILS, LACE ; VEILS, LIVETTTE.
LINEN, PONGETTE AND PONGEE AUTO COATS, AND PERCALINE, HEATHERBLOOM AND TAFFETA
$1.00 Untrimmed Hats, Assorted
Shapes and Colors 15c
11.25 and $1.50 Untrimmed Hats 25c
$1.00 Children's Leghorn Flats... 25c
$2.00 Children's Trimmed Hats .48c
$2.50 Children's Trimmed Hats.. 75c
$2.00 White Hair Braid Hats.. -.48c
$2.50 White and Black Hair Braid
$2.25 White and Blaoic Milan Hats
?. .. 62c
$1.00 White Rough and Ready Band
ed Sailor Hats 25c
$1.50 Banded Sailor Hats 48c
$8 Natural Leghorn Hats $2.08
?3.00 Trimmed Dress Hats 98c
$ 4.00 : Trimmed Dress Hats $1.48
$6 and $7 Trimmed Dress Hats $2.48
$9.00 Trimmed Dress Hats S3.48
$12.00 Trimmed Dress Hats ....$4.98
Our large stfck of fine trimmed hats
ranging in price from $12 to $50
t now marked less than half these
.$10 Genuine Panama Hats, Fine
!$4 Lingerie Hats, Newest Shapes
$2.00 Black and White Ostrich Flumes
$2.75 Black and White Ostrich Plumes
$8.00 Black and White Ostrich Plumes
$4.00 Black ilndestructible Willow
$6.00 Colored Ostrich Plumes. .$2.48
Splendid values in black and white
ostrich plumes from $10 to $25,
were formerly $15 to $40.
50c Flower Sprays 15c
All our flower sprays formerly priced
from 50c to $5 now marked at
1-3 6riginal prices.
89c White Lawn Shirt Waists ..62c
$1.00 White Lawn Shirt Waists ..75c
$1.38 White Lawn Shirt Waists ..98c
$1.75 White Lawn Shirt Waists $1.25
$4 and $5 Lawn, Silk, and Net
75c Black Percaline Petticoats 48c
$1.00 Black Percaline Petticoats 75c
$1.2 5 Black Percaline Petticoats 98c
$2.25 Black Heatherbloom Petticoat
, ........ 3
$5.00 Black Taffeta Silk Petticoats
$7 Marabout Boas $4.98
$9 Marabout Boas $5.98
25c Net Veiling 15c yd.
89c Chiffon Auto Veils ..48c
$2.25 Chiffon Auto Veils, 2 yards long,
75c White and Black Lace Veils.. 48c
$1.25 White and Black Lace Veils 9Sc
$2.00 White and Black Lace Veils
$2.75 Linette Auto Coats, 52
$4.50 Linnett Auto Coats,
$6.00 Linette Auto Coats,
$7.00 Genuine Linen Auto
Inches long $4.98
$10.00 Bengaline Silkette Auto Coats,
52 inches long $7.48
$10.00 Pongette'Auto Coats, 52 inches
long .- $7.48
$12 and $13 Pongee Silk Auto Coats,
52 inches long $9.93
E. H DILLON & CO.
SATURDAY SPECIAL v
For this day only we will sell Holmes & Edwards'
make. Silver Plated
COLD MEAT FORKS
AT 39 CENTS
Regular Value 75c .
G. Irairchild Sons, Inc.
44 AT THE SIGN OP THE -CHIMES"
97 MAIN STREET, CORNER P. O. ARCADE
Sellers of all good things In Jewelry. Optical and Varied Lines
Always something new in our stock of the best quality but less in price
than you would expect lo pay
LIVES AS MAN
! (Special from United Press.) - ,
London. July 8 Th ' officials who
-conducted the Inquest Into the death
!of "Harry Lloyd-', a strange woman
.who for thirty yfeaxs posed as the
husband- of her sister. expressed me
opinion today that the woman had
practiced the deception to save the
honor of her sister and of the latter's
daughter. The inquest developed, with
practical certainty that "Harry Lloyd"
was Marie Le iRoy. the daughter of a
Belgian army officer. She 'came to
London nearly fifty years ago and as
'.ated herself with! a number of ad-
tvanced singers. She earned her liv-
W . . . T7 V.
ing Dy leatrxiuiB -r reiiwi.
Thirty years ego Marie Le Roy drop
ped out of sight .nd "Harry v Lloyd"
appeared. Inaulries were made in
,i-d tinrLfll oJrrJMt for Le Rov but none
I knew where she was and ehe was soon
t "Uorrv T .lrvtrfV' WAS flJSO
a teacher of French, German, and
-dmleVi TTo llvprl with his wife. Eliza
Lloyd. A child was born to Eliza
Lloyd shortly after her appearance in
London. The mother died twenty
years ago.. "Father" and daughter
continued to live together. No one
guessed, not even' the child' Elizabeth,
wot "Harnr TJovd" and Marie Le Roy
were one and the same, but the in
quest has developed the dual identity.
"Harry Lloyd" was 73 years old
whenhe died and had been cared for
by her supposed daughter Elizabeth in
the latter years of her life.
CAS TO R I A
(REGULAR ARMY TACTICS
FOR STATE MILITIA IS
PLAN FOR ENCAMPMENT
More than usual attention will be
paid to regular army tactics during
, the annual encampment of the State
Militia at Niantic July 11 to 23. Or
ders covering the outline of work for
the encampment have been issued from
i the adjutant general's office. It is
I notable that the Governor's Day, a
i feature of camp life, has been omitted
'. this year.
The camp will be known as Camp
"Weeks. Much Is left to the discre
f tion of the officers as- to instructing
the men' in the branches in which they
i believe the training is most needed.
WRGE CROWD HEARS
BAND CONCERT AT PARK.
Probably the biggest crowd which
;ver attended a band , concert at
VVashington Park turned out, last
evening,- to listen to the splendid pro
gram rendered by the Wheeler &
; Wilson band under the direction of
1. Leader John A. Lynch. The efforts
of the band men were well received,
f their work being constantly applaud-
ed, especially the trombpne solo by
f John Cliff, and the band's rendition
i of the selections from the "Trip to
,K Japan" at the Hippodrome. William
Redmond was encored a number of
times, after singing two of the popu
; lar songs of the day. The crowd was
unusually large. i
Don't Wear a
Improperly fitted; permanent
Injury is often the result.
The ' truss we recommend
holds the rupture firmly in
place and gives comfort to
the wearer, is clean and sani
tary, needs no buckles or
THE CYRUS PHARMACY
ypti-folrt A., Cor. Courtland St.
OF MURDER MADE
Torrington. July 8. At the close
of the coroner's inquest Giuseppe
Brignolo made a voluntary confession
ui ine siaDDing or- J-.ouis Viarengo
last Saturday night. Brignolo said:
"Saturday night on ray. returning
from work my supper was not ready.
j-iouis ana anotner Italian, whose
name I do not recall invited me up
stairs to eat with them. I went up,
ate a small piece of cheese and drank
three or four bottles of beer. In the
company wir-a Milanese who said:
If a person would write with blood
he must cut himself. I said, 'No. If
your nose was bleeding you could
write with that blood just as well.
This started an argument which look
ed like a fight when Viarengo order
ed us away. I went but the other
men remained. ,
"A few minutes later "Viarengo
found me and saying, 'You there, my
cousin? I'm going to let you die. He
grabbed me by the throat, threw me
down, with his knees on my chest,
and still choking me repeated his
threat to kill me. Somebody at last
pulled him off and I ran home, saw
the knife on the table, took it and
went outside. Mrs. Viarengo saw me
with the knife and said: 'What are
you going to do?'.
"I replied: 'Don't you see your hus
band wants to kill me?
"She said: 'Have mercy, for I have
2 5a,ld 'I,too have a ""rtfe and
two children In the old country, but
your husband Wants to kill me
"Viarengo heard me talking" with
kIS JS?e "d',UBhlnsr UP- grabbed me
by the throat and, while he was
choking me. I gave it to him with
the knife. As his strength left him
I ran away into the woods. I thought
when he saw the knife in my hands
he would run away and the trouble
utld,be vsf- I stabbed him once
or twice, but do not remember to
have stabbed him in the back "
Brignolo was taken to Litchfield
jail to await trial before toe superior
"IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?"
Mrs. Mollie McRaney, Prentiss
Miss., writes that she had a severe
case of kidney and bladder trouble
and that four bottles of Foley's Kid'
ney Remedy cured her sound and
well. She closes her letter by sayine
"I heartily recommend Foley's Kidney
Remedy, to any sufferer of kidney
disease. It saved my life." p b
Brill and Curtis Pharmacy. '" i 3 5
SIXTH COXTEST FOR
, STATE TEXNIS CUP.
Tournament Will Open at Litchfield,
v July 12, on Grounds of Litch
The sixth annual tennis tourna
ment for the state championship will
be held on the courts of the Litch
field club, Litchfield. Conn., July 12
' The state championship cup be
comes the property of the player who
wins it three times. It is held for a
year by the person winning it for the
first, or second time.
Dr. P. B. Hawk, of Urbana, 111.,
holds the old cup. A new one has
been presented under the same con
ditions. , t
There will be singles, doubles, and
consolation single matches. All
matches are best two out of three
(Special from United Press )
New Haven, July 8. Forecast:
Partly cloudy, probably thunder
showers in north portion tonight or
The disturbance that was over On
tario yesterday morning has moved
eastward with showers in the central
districts. Very little rain has fallen
during the last 24 hours over the
corn and wheat belts. The tempera
ture continues high between the
Rocky Mountains and the Mississippi
river. Phoenix, Ariz., reported the
very high temperature of 112 de
grees. Conditions favor for this vicinity
partly cloudy weather with slight
chance of a showc
The special committee which has
been investigating conditions at Lake
view Home, and which has reached
the conclusion that new buildings
should be erected, met last night.
The committee is thoroughly con
vinced that the site of Lakeview
Home is the most accessible . that can
be had and that it is satisfactory in
every way. The most fastidious per
son, as the committee believes, can
find no fault with the land, qr its
Not so is their opinion of the
buildings. The committee will visit
other cities to learn what the latest
fashions in home for the poor may
HAY FEVER AND ASTHMA.
Bring discomfort and misery to
many people but Foley's ' Honey and
Tar gives ease and . comfort to the
suffering ones. ; It relieves the con
gestion in the head and throat and is
soothing and healing. None genuine
but Foley's Honey and Tar in the yel
low package. F.' B. Brill and Curtis
Pharmacy. 1 3 5
(Special from United Press.)
Washington, July 8. Staggering
under a debt totalling $849,389.76
and facing financial ruin, the George
Washington University is today nego
tiating for the sale of its most im
portant building and the discontinu
ance of its medical school and hos
pital. . .
A bid of 1550,000 has been made
for the main building and the ground
about it. The offer, no doubt, will
be accepted. A plan is under dis
cussion to open the coming term with
only the schools of law, arts and
HAND PUTTING OUT FIRE.
Thomas Dorsey, 1362 Iranistan
avenue, burned his hand severely,
last evening, in putting- out a fire in
the attic of his home. The fire start
ed from the overturning of a kero
sene lamp? But when the crew of
Chemical No. 2 arrived the fire was
, Smaller Feet
Sore Feet, Tender Feet and Swollen
Feet Cured Every Time. TIZ Makes
Sore Feet Well Xo Matter 1
What Ails Them.
Kveryone who is troubled with
sore, sweaty, or tender feet swollen
teet smelly feet, corns, callouses or
bunions can quickly make their feet
well now. Here is instant relief and
a lasting, permanent remedy it's
called TIZ. TIZ- mokes sore feet well
and swollen feet are quickly reduced
to their natural size. Thousands of
ladies have been able to wear shoes
a full size small with perfect com
fort. It's the only foot remedy ever
made which acts on the principle of
drawing out all the poisonous exuda
tions which cause sore feet. Pow
aers and other remedies merely clog
up the pores. TIZ cleanses them out
and keeps them clean. It works
right off. You will feel better the
very first time it's used. Use it a
week and you can forget you ever
had sore feet. There is nothing on
earth that can compare with it- TTZ
is for sale at all druggists 25 cents
per box or direct if you wish from
Walter Luther Dodge & Co., Chicago,
jt? NT rvw
if"' ;V - t'7
mm - iP'vr, ;rh$?&y IN
Photos hy Ameytifan Pres AaWiatin,f
London, July 8. Edward, pVmce
of Wales, would a heap rather mount
his pony and go galloping over the
greens surrounding Windsor castle i
than think of being married. But
the royal - court of England has de
cided that the young man must turn
his attention to becoming engaged.
Princess Victoria, who has just
reached the fudge eating age, has
been duly selected as the most prom
ising bride for the heir to the throne
of Great Britain. The princess is the
daughter of Emperor Wilhelm 'of
Germany and is a second cousin of
Edward. Reports had it that she
might be selected as the bride of the
young king of Portugal, but the dip
lomats of Europe agree that the mar
riage between the . Prince of Wales
and Princess Victoria might at least
call a halt in the increased building
Dreadnoughts. ., . ..
PLAYS BEST BALL
MATCH ON MYOPIA
(Special from United Press.)
Beverly, Mass., July 8 With1 the sun
baking down on the Myopia golf course
President Taft today is playing the
second round of a best ball match with
John Hays Hammond, his golf antag
onist, and Captain A. W. Butt, his
military aide. The first series were
finished yesterday, each player having t
a game to his credit. The .president
won first and Mr. Hammond and Cap
tain -Butt yesterday. If the series
can be continued as even as it started
it will probably last all through the
summer and it may get so interesting
that the trio may put up cups for one
Charlie Taft was out today with his
new motor boat which was built in
Washington and which arrived here
yesterday. It ias a email 31-2 horse
power engine but it Is large enough
to take him anywhere in the vicinity
and get back in time for lunch, some
thing which his sailing dory "Bandit"
could not be depended upon to do.
It was very auiet at the Taft sum
mer home today. Mrs. Taft and sev
eral guests who arrived last night for
a short stay at Buygess Point, and
Miss Helen took a' ahort walk along
the shore. -.
The Mayflower is due back In Bev
erly tomorrow, and a week from Mon
day1 will start on the Bar Harbor
WORLD'S PICTURE OF
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
John F. Kiernan, the enterprising
circulation manager of the New York
World, is today distributing advance
copies of a Knights of Columbus sup
plement which will pe ffiven away
with the issue of the World next Sun
day. The supplement is a large pho
tograph of Bridgeport Chapter,
Kniights of Columbus, taken upon the
occasion of a parade held recently in
this city. The picture ia a splendid
one and the features of every person
in the group is readily discernible.
Harry Lewis, champion welter
weight of the world, and his wife,
who have recently returned . from
England and France, spent a few
days here, visiting Mr. and Mrs. B.
Blumberg,. -754- Myrtle -avenue :
This Store will close at 5 P. M., Saturdays excepted
Special Values ia Laces, Veils and Ribbons
350 yards All-Over Lace, White and Embrodered, 25c per vard.
square Chiffon Veils in all the new shades, worth 75c. "SPECIAL- 59c
eaen. , . .
White Wash Veils, 50c, 73- and S1.00 each.
Black Lace Veils, 50c, 75c and $1.00 each.
50 pieces Dresden Ribbons, 5 inches wide, regular 2c quality. SPECIAI
19c yard. i
We cannot recillect of ever offering a larger assortment of fine Paranoia.
You know our reputation in this important item of your .Summer outfit. All
the newest and most dainty concerts in Sun Protectors await your approval
and selection. Prices range from $1.50 up.
(Right Aisle; Front.)
A Sale of Summer Dresses, Suits, Waists, Kimonas and Bathing Suits for
Women and Misses at less than regular value.
Percales and Gingham Dresses, 14 16, 18, 20 year sizes, worth $4.00.
Sale price $2.95. . s
Linen Suits, all sizess, $5.95 to $10.00.
Children's Dresses, 98c each; worth $1.50.
White Lawn Waists, worth $1.00, for 59c each.
White Embroidered Lawn Waists, worth $1.50, 98c each.
Kimonas, all sizes, ISc, 39c, 95c each.. , .
Bathing Suits, $1.95 to $5.00 each.
Children's Bathing Suits, $1.50. Sizes 6 to 16 years.
' (Second Floor.)
,jCome and see our assortment of Bathing Caps. All the latest styles ani
colorings in Polka Dots. Stripes and Checks, from 25c to $1.00 each
Water Wings, 19c pair.
Rubber Lined :Bags for carrying your Suit and Cap, 50c each,
- (Right Aisle, Rear.) ' -
The SMITH-MURRAY CO.
Water Heaters, Hot Plates,
The Bridgeport Gas Fixture Co.,
869 MAIN STREET, E. T. BOCK, Prop.
M - A l tf- " "fiAM ELARRIS VALUES ABB TAMOVS-
If SAM HARRIS'
$ nsTiNE RAIN COATS TOP COATS
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
THE TONSORIAL PARLORS LOCATED AT 1888 MAIN STREET
Hair Cutting, Shaving, Massaging and Shampooing as you would like it
; . ART. LeCLATR, Prop, ,
ST. ATJGUSTISTErS CHOIR OUTING.
Celebrating the close of a highly
successful year, the choir of St, Au
gustine's church with Organist A. T.
Brisebois and Rev. Father O'Meara,
enjoyed the annual outing last even
ing, visiting 'Savin Bock in a special
trolley car. Binner was served at the
"FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
. HAVE CURED 3E."
The above is a quotation from a
letter written by H. M. Winkler,
Evansville, Ind. "I contracted a sev
ere case of kidney trouble. My back
gave out and pained me. I seemed
to have lost all strength and ambition;
was bothered with dizzy spells, my
head would swim and specks float be
fore my eyes. I took Foley Kidney
Pills regularly and am now perfectly
well and feel like a new man. Foley
Kidney Pills have cured me." F. B.
Brill and Curtis Pharmacy. 1 3 5
POINTS OF INTEREST.
E. H. Dillon & Co., 1105 Main street,
will offer the most attractive bargains
ever before seen in Bridgeport in un
trimmed hats, trimmed dress hats,
sailor hats, flowers, ostrich plumes,
shirt waists, auto veils, lace veils, auto
coats and petticoats. ' The opportun-1
ity of the season to select your sum
mer merchandise at a fraction of the
Any watch orlock, whatever the
make. Is liable to become clogged or to
need occasional adjusting. Some
slight irregularity of the works will
cause the timepiece to become useless.
In submitting the watch or clock for
repairs be sure to leave it in good
hands. Henry C. Reid is experienced
and skilled in the art of repairing and
regulating the most delicate mechan
ism in watches, clocks, music boxes,
Jewelry and spectacles, etc, which are
repaired and made to look like new.
Henry C. Reid. 952 Main street. I
close at noon Fridays, July and Au
gust. Our Specials for Saturday. '
Legs of spring lamb, forequarters of
lamb, choice chuck rib roasts, choice
corned beef, sugar cured hams, sugar
cured bacon, smoked shoulders. A
large supply of milk fed veal thi week
at low prices. Our poultry specials
for this week: choice fowls, choice
Long Island ducks, choice stewing
fowls, a large stock of fancy roasting
chickens, turkeys, capons and native
broilers. A few grocery specials: E.
C corn flakes, shredded wheat. Baker's
chocolate, jello ice cream powder, try
phosa jelly powder. Hire's root beer
extract, Williams root beer extract,
Hecker's short cake flour. Our vege
table specials: fancy new potatoes,
fancy native lettuce, fancy Boston let
tuce, fancy rhubarb, fancy native beet,
fancy new carrots, small cucumbers,
fancy cucumbers, Jersey cucumbers,
Spanish onions, Bermuda onions, mar
row squash, crookneck squash. Jersey
blackberries, huckleberries. large
cherry currants, blackcaps, red rasp
berries, fancy green and wax beans,
cantaloupes, watermelons. Fish de
partment: yellowtin .fancy green blue
fish. Bridgeport Public Market and
Branch. State and Bank streets. East
The best pound of Coffee you
ever had fr the price. 0ir
has no equal for qnality and
flavor., "tlave you tried it?
957 MAIN STREET
707 E. MAIN STREET
YOU ARE Interested
In the best quality ,
of goods at the
then send or leave yonr
name and address at our
store and we will mail you
our 'weekly Bulletin, which
will give you the extra stamp
and cut price Specials for
ARE YOU INTERESTED ?
Extra Stamps This Week
80 Stamps 60c Tea
with i ib 50c Tea
35 Stamps with 1 lb
25 Stamps ith i ib 35c Tea
5 Stamps with i ib 35c Coffee
30 Stamps m 3QC Coffee
20 Stamps " 25c Coif ee
10 Stamps "hin 20c Coffee
W-ZSTL A&P Cocoa 20c
25 f.TfLt.eA&P Chili Sauce 25c
15 ftlleA & P Olive Oil 22c
Potash or LycReg"1 price 80
Special for this SALE . , 5C Can
Chloride of Lime Src
Special for this SALE 5c Can
Fly Paper 3 gag 5c
Ciothes Pins 100 for 10c
with 1 box
Colgafes Toilet Soap 25c
with 1 bottle
Lime Juice 35c
with 1 bottle
Manzanilla Olives 10c
with 1 bottle
A&P Vinegar 10c
with 1 pkff
A&P Jelly Powder 10c
with 1 can Franco-American
Polled Beef 10c
with 1 pkjr
Mother's Corn Flakes 10c
with 1 can
Hawaiian Piaeapple 16c
Corned or Roast Beef
No. 1 Cans 14c, No. 2 Cans 25c
Veal Loaf . ST 12 l-2c
Luncheon Tongue 20 and 30c
Ox Tongue No. 2 cans 55c
525? Butter 33c lb
Lard 15c lb
Cheese 18c lb
Magnolia, Lion, Sweety Clover or
A&P Condensed Milk 10c can
Steel-Drake Baking Co.
Pound Cake 19c Ib
SPECIAL 'for this week only WINE SET 7 PIECES given
free with each large can of A & P BAKING POVDER. "Limit
one set to a purchaser."
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