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THE TIMES: FEBRUARY 15, 1913
16 First 1918 Glenwood Club ' . ' ' ' Is still open to those who' wish to secure one of the ' - ' celebrated GLENWOOD Coal or Gas Ranges ON THE EASY PAYMENT PLAN " t St" j, 1 Membership Fee And then $2 weekly while you are using the range, on any Glenwood Coal or Gas Range priced $55 or less. Membership Fee And then $1 Weekly on any Range priced over $55 FEBRUARY BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS 15 T?T? Discontinued Patterns and Odd " yJS V Lots of Furniture, Lace Curtains, Remnants of Furniture Coverings, Sample Electric Lamps, etc. Swat the Kaiser Buy a War Savings Stamp, 25c Belter Yel ! KNOCK HIM STIFF Buy a Book $4 FOR, SALE HERE .1149 MAIN ST., CORNER ELM ST.- Take Advantage of .Our Low Overcoat Prices No camouflage ahout these coats no poor tailoring and cheap material hidden - behind a pleasing shelL They are good coats through and through. Anyone who" buys an overcoat now; at present prices, and in tends to make his coat give him service is getting an honest bargain. Present indications are for higher prices next year, or coats that are not as good for the same price, so the man who is wise buys now. . Besides winter isn't over yet. Some of Bridge port's heaviest winter storms have been in March and you'll need a warm coat for weeks yet so why not buy where you are certain to secure the best value dollar for dollar? , v Trench style coats, single or double breasted. Conservative box effect coats not belted. Belted and belted back ulsters and great coats. Military style reefers. Mackinaws, lined reefers with big, warm collars. Boys' Overcoats in juvenile adaptations of the pre vailing military effects also boys' mackinaws. $15, $16.50, $13, $20, $25 and up to $35 and 3 . THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY A NICE BLACK SUIT! This store has always been at the top of the black suit heap. We have always been willing to sell nice, serviceable, fast-color black suits at low prices. This year is no exception and here they are. Come in and see what we can do for you, for every man likes to have a good black suit in his wardrobe. - i $15, $18, $20 11111 MAIN JOHN SIJH BRIDGEPORT. GONN Golf looms largest o I Must at that season when I you can't play it. I TOh, what' a craving for a ! good, swinging drive. iHBut you CAN play - golf right now on the indoor course at American Hard ware Stores. . SThis course (Spalding Of ficial Indoors) allows ev . ery shot of the game. TCome n! It is open to you. Practice shots. . Bring your friends and play a game. ilExpert instruction, if you like. U. S. Food Administration License No. G022- The Big Market Specials for Saturday FEB. 16th, '18. MEAT DEPARTMENT. Lean Fresh Pork Loins. -26c lb. Lean Fresh Shoulders ............ 25 C lb Fresh Hams, Pork Tenderloins, Hocks, Heads, Tails, Ears, Bones, Spare Ribs, Sausage Meat and Leaf Lard. AMERICAN HARDWARE STORES ( Ilx-orporo tort) "Lyon CJrummnn. Retail IMrMoa FAIRFIFI D AVE. AND MJBl.-l.E ST. DONALD LOWRIE TO SPEAK SUNDAY 4C0 AGENCIES IN CITY SELL STAMPS Hartford, Feb. 15 At the present time there are more than 2,500 agen cies throughout Connecticut where thrift stamps and war' savings cer tificates may be purchased, according to figures given out today at the of fice of the state director of war sav ings. In Bridgeport alone there are more than 400 agencies,' Hartford, New Ha ven and Water-bury are ; not ' far be hind. In addition te the agencies, the stamps and certificates are on sale at the 374v post offices in Connecticut. Sales af many of the post offices run into the thousands of dollars every day. The state director's office has also ascertained that there are agencies at practically every bank in the state. Bankers have given valuable aid in the sale of the stamps and have done all in their power to prevail upon their patrons to buy stamps regularly. . Three lieutenants and two privates were sentenced to death in Greece for causing mutiny. OFF on Shoes A remarkable imderpric ing of high grade shoes for men ginning and women be- ' T DAY! Donald Lowrie, once an inmate of the prison at San Quentin the "Sing Sing of the West" will be the speaker at the mass meting for men at the Young Men's Christian associa tion Sunday afternoon. In an edi torial the Chicago Post said: "The world is better for Donald Lowrie. He learned- bitterly the sullen 'depths where men are concealed. He learned these things for himself and the world." After Mr. Lowrie's address in San Francisco the San Francisco Bulle tin said: "Donald Lowrie's ability as a lecturer is as forceful as his extra ordinary gift of writing." With the tragic- story which Mr. Lowrie has to tell and his gift in telling it he will undoubtedly be a worthy successor to the Baron de Moorsel, who spoke last Sunday to the 500 men gathered in the new gymnasium while 200 more had to be turned back to their homes. The association has been unusually for tunate in the speakers it has been able to secure this year and theje mass meetings for men have become an institution. All men over 16 years of age are cordially invited to attend these meetings. Bolo Pasha was sentenced to death for treason in Paris. LET YOUR yALENTDTE BE FLOWERS. JOHN RECK & SON. Saturday Saturday the LAS "Cheerful Credit" Corner NOW COMES THE BIG WIXD-UP OF THE HISTORIC C-M FEBRUARY CLEARANCE SALE WITH VALUES OF AN UNPRECEDENTED VALUE DON'T MISS IT BUY NOW AND SAVE CHEERFUL CREDIT REIGNS 50 pair Women's Button and Patent t . Leather Shoes. "Values up to $3, CO "5C $4, $4.50 : iPjfc.O 25 pair Women.'! Brown Kid Boots, Cloth Top. Sizes, 4, 6, 7. Values M QC $6.00 .. . , - . 25 pair. Women's--Kussiu.n Calf Button Shoes. Sizes 5. 5, e, 7. co qc Value $4 and $5.. 25 pair of Men's Gun Button and Patent Leather Shoes. Odd Sizes $2.65 'i ' M Cloth Coats Still a good choice of materials, colors and styles, but these are values which do not lie around very long, so we urge you to come very soon. $12.50 to $40 coat values now priced at $5.95, $12:95 $18.95 Dresses . All Wool Serges, Silk Taffetas, Satins and Georgette combinations, all this season's models in all the leading shades. Big $15 to $25 values reduced for our February Clearance to $7.85 and $12.85 LAST DAY SUIT CLEARANCE Women's and misses' winter suits only a few remain and these we've marked at less than half their original price. 1 Legs of. Genuine Spring Lamb. . ,V.... ... -28c K. Legs of Young Mutton, Forequarters of Lamb and Mutton. . Good Chuck Roasts of Beef. . . . 22c to 24c Good Pot Roasts of Beef 20 C to 22 C Prime Cuts of Beef . . . . 26Ci 28c and 30c . Boston Rolls, Rumps, Clods, Calves Liver. Ib. Ib. Ib. NATIVE DRESSED VEAL. Legs and Loins to Roast, Shoulders and Rumps to Stuff and Bake, Whole Forequarters, Cutlets, Rib and Loin Chops, Choice Pot Pie Pieces. is- R1S m m SMOKED AND SALT MEATS. Virginia Style Bacon 30c lb. Squire's Bacon 38c lb. Bean Salt Pork 28c ft. Corned Pigs Feet 10 C lb- Meadow Brook Hams 32c lb. Swift's Smoked Shoulders 26c lb. Corned Spare Ribs 22 C lb. Panrica Bacon ; . 35 C lb. 0 pair Men's Tan English Bal and Blucher Russian Calf. All sizes. C QC Value $8.50 iOHmZfiJ 50 pain of Women's Cloth Top, High Cut Boots. All sizes. Value $5 45 SURPASSING" OPPORTUN ITY TO SAVE ON GOOD SHOES. Trimmed Hats. Formerly priced up to $6, now.". 95c Serge Skirts, in stylish ff 1 95 models, $4 values. I J Women's Waists, Hosiery, Underwear, Corsets, Sweaters, House Dresses and Kimonas marked at special February Clearance Frices. Children's New Gingham Dresses, pretty plaids. $1.60 Q5f values ARRIVING DAILY Hundreds of other unadvertised values Spring Suits, " Dresses and Millinery Final Big Drive Saturday On Men's and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats FINAL DAY PRICES ONLY Values ?15 to 37.50 . $6.85, $10.85, $14.85, $19.85, $24.85 an . 11 I 'yy JPja01 fr 1 1 F MMfenM.ll.n M.dJI. Strut H TROUSERS Serge, corduroy and other' materials in mixtures. Values up to $3.50. $1.35 and $1.95 SPECIAL -' Negligee Shirts all. new patterns in neat colors,-, both soft and stiff cuff models, $1 to $2 values, very specially marked at g9c and 95c Boys' Kneo Pants 7oc Value 49c Boys' Overcoats, Mackinaws, Suits, Caps, etc., at special price Fur and Fur Lined Overcoats Fur coats of raccoon and black dog fur lined coats with Mel ton shells lined with muskrat, marmot, pony and seal, with col lars of Persian lamb and Hud son seal. $30 to $125 are their real values. Last Day Prices $18.85 to $79.50 aesar it use eves & Wn.GotdenrtiU and Middle $tr I Be on the Alert IT is not necessarjr to rely entirely on cutting the big expenses, to be in accord with these' times of economy. The little savings mount up. Van -Dyk will show you how you can save four cents here, eight cents there un til at the end of the week your savings will surprise you. Come in and find out. SPECIALS Friday and Saturday 45c Teas lb. 43c 50c Teas lb. 48c Best June Butter lb. 54c Fre$h Eggs doz. 65c Best Cocoa lb. 24c Ml MAf N ST.onc wtuxauotmn St. bZS !I83 More Than Sales-Makings- we are building- business prestige and friendship on the solid foundation of Quality in goods -Courtesy in serviee ; Superiority, in workman ship Moderation in price For the utmost value in Diamonds, Watches, Silverware, Ivory. Precious and Semi-precious stones, etc., come to QUALITY POULTRY. Stewing Fowl 30 C K. Choice Fowl 36c to 38c Ib. Roasting Chickens - 38c to 40 C lb. Jack Rabbits SI -25' pair Broilers, Turkeys, Capon, Ducks, Native Squab, Guinea Hens, Squab Guinea. BAKERY. Try our Home Made Bread 9c loaf Crullers, Doughnuts, Rolls, Layers, Vienna, Rye, French, Raisin, Sandwich and Potato Bread, all kinds of pastry. FRESH VEGETABLES Everything in season. See our display under glass. FRUIT. Porto Rico Oranges 35c doz New Layer Figs . . . 30c lb Large Grape Fruit 3 for 25c, 5 for 25c Florida Oranges .... 30c and 40c dozen Dried Figs for stew ing ... 25c lb Table Pears y . 40c doz Wine Sap Table Apples . 35c doz LENTEN FISH SPECIALS. Escallops Smoked Finnan Haddies 20c and 25c lb Stewing Oysters '. . 60c qt; frying 65c qL Sliced White Halibut 28c lb 95c qt. . 25c lb Steak Salmon ..s Green Steak Cod ... 20c Ibi Steak Tilefish i. 22c lbpf Canned Salmon, Lobster. Tunafish, Sardines, Shrimp, fh . r -vw -w-i l -m r 1 1 A ' . J rf"n . ei , few Kipper tiernng, resn macKertM, uysiers ana uaois, saitM ua, AiacKerei ana tiernng. 'J4 m GROCERY. Bourlion Santos Coffee 19c lb; 5 lbs for 90c Federal Jams, as sorted 28c jar Our Best Maracaibo Cof- . fee 21c lb; 5 lbs for $1.00 Queen Quality Jams, assorted 25c jar Our Store Closes at 9 P. M. Sharp, Satur day night BRIDGEPORT pS fflj WIS mo lS!fi0 STATE AND BANK EAST MAIN STS. PHONES. Mi MH1 F-I-S-H spells FISH And that is how We spell it. G-O-O-D Spells GOOD And that is how We sell it. . HAYES FISH CO. 629 WATER ST. No Branch Market. Tel. Barnaiu 412, 413, 2697. SPRAGUE ICE & COAL GO. DEALKRS IX ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COAL EAST END E. WASH. AVE. BRIDGE : :: , TEIi. 4673-4674 Times Wan! Ads. Bring Results fir- - Si ' N '