THE TIMES: APRIL 1, 1919
Tuesday, April 1, 1919.
Entrances in Main Street. Falrfleld ATenue, and Cannon Street
Funeral of Marion
"Wren Cronan Imposing
Many Pastors Assemble to Pay Taut
Respects to Deceased iAdyt
$25 to $45
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' The funeral o Marlon Wren Cro
nan. wife of Dr Stephen Pi Cronan,
and daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Peter
"Wren, -wag held this morning from
the residence of her parents, 48 4
State street Tho foneral proceed
ed to St. Augustine's church, where
a solemn hlfch mass of requiem -was
; celebrate lievi James iNihlll was
celebrated. Kev James B. Nihil! waa
Stamford, deacon and Eev, Father
Panning of Xaugratuck, sub-deacon,
and Rev, Matthew Judsre, master of
ceremontes. Within the sanctuary
were Rev, Pv U. Smith, pastor of the
Chnreh of the Blessed Sacrament, Dr.
:H. P. Moore, pastor of the church
of the Baerftd Heart, Rev. Thomas
;KeMyi pastor of St. Peter's, Rev. P.
!J. MctJlVney, pastor of St. Charles'
and ReVi James Grady of St. Augms-
Schmldt'B mass was sung by the
church choir, composed of Mrs. John
Casserly, Mrs. Harold Tfoud, John L,.
HaJiley and P. K. "Weber. At the
ftertory "Dominie Jesu" was sung
by Mr. Hanley. and after the mass
'Mrs. Youd rendered "Some Sweet
Day." While the casket was being
borne out "Nearer, My Ood to Thee"
:WA9 played on the chimes by Mr.
4e committal Services were read
at the graTe .by Rev, John. O'Brien of
fttrnford. assisted by Rev. T. B.
Smith and Rev. James B. Ml hill,
Th church was crowded with
friends and relatives of the deceased
and Her family, many, of whom were
' from out of town.
' There were many large and beau-
" " tlful floral offerings.
The Bearers were Mayor Clifford
Ktftscher. John A. Hurley, Jr., Law
rence NealOn, J. Alec Rohlnson.
The hurlal was In the family plot
In St. Michael's cemetery.
Only One "BROMO QUININES
, To sret the genuine, call for full name
XkAXaTuV39 BROMO QUIiJVIJN ta 'no
I lets. Look for signature pf B. W.
I QTtOVK. Cures a Cold In One Day.
C Soccer News
The caHteK off of the komckout com
Petition. under the aupioes..of the
BridireiDort Piirt!i.j School Soccer
least'., has cast a g-loom arruorw? the
BcJiooVboys of tna city, ao these series
(had -been looked forward to doring
jtius whole of the winter. The oom
petition next eeason In the league se
ries, however, promises fco he more
Interesting- than ever no Junior and
sector school'fcoy leagues are to be
There are several rules iKhtut have
tfeeen laid Jorrn toy the Publio School
'AlthJetto association that will have to
I be altered to meet with the requlre-
fmeots of tho Soccer ewb-oominittee
(nd the writer as secretary of the
l letter committee and who practical y
has bad ctmrge o tthe oocner end of
the committee for the irast five sea-
' wozxs, to to meet the ecthdetio asoocda-
'Uon with a view to the .necessary re-
iltreiaetai It is a good rule, how-
aver, tie hatre the eithtatio association
it tbe head of affairs end there is no
treason ehat with a few alterations to
fthe rules already laid down, wlvyi the
two oommtMees oouldl not work ibo
jetlher In harmony with the Board of
Recreation as the neutral party.
B.etter get well acquainted with tlie new dolmars and
their cousins: the new capes.
Full and flowing in line, they yet fit with true grace
and delightful effect.
Their .colors are rich; many are brightened by little
touches of contrast.
Their fabrics are fine and seasonable and pleasing;
range from bolivia to iserge.
Additional richness is given to many by the handsome
braiding which appears upon them.
How1 they do appeal to th8 woman who wishes a
Spring wrap which is thoroughly "different" !
$25 to $50.
suits at $25.
, The Thistle management aire ttletesv,
An&ned on strengthening' their team
ifor the cup-ties and it Is reported
that "Bud" Pishnr and Tldmarsh, two
otf (the Ansoola stalwarts, will be seen
In the team before the team is called
wpon to play Its tio with the winner
o fthe Hartford Bwedoa-QIanchjester
Hdbhy Rae, the eeoretary of the
Connecticut State Referees' associa
tion, has announced a meeting: of that
laSBOCiaClon on (Saturday evening1 next
i at the rooms of the Swedish Athletic
cUub, in this city. Business of great
: Importance is to be itransacteld) at this
Jimmy Heywood of the Thistles
management ls one of the hardest
""Working officials In the game at the
present time. He Is the ex-president
iof the Reminsrton City team and was
Tat one time the president of the State
HARTFORD TO HAVE
Hartford is to rive the returning
. .Connecticut eoldlers of the 26th Di
j i vision a special celebration and
LrA parade tometime between April 25
I and May 1, before the big Boston
; celebration and before the Connecti
i ; cut fceys have been discharged from
I Camp Devens If the matter can be
I arranged with the military authorl-
f j p j g .
AN EARLY START HELPS
And i garden book which tha
111 fTL W,r Qardca Commission,
LU I of Washington, will send you for a
- .twO-i i - Itunn will . :
'A family of unusual
suits at $25 will be
mightily pleased to greet
'Tis a large family, a
charming, a winning.
Its ' members present
as many types and dis
tinctions as do most hu
Here is a jersey sports
suit of Pekin blue or
But you don't want to
be told all about these
individuals in the news
' It will be twice as in
teresting and worth
while to meet them per
sonally. Then, and then only,
can you understand
their real, and unusual
value at $25.
This group of suits is
notable for beauty, for
value, for diversity.
Suits for women of youthful ideas, are in it.
There are suits for women who love touch of color.
It includes suits for women of full figure ; one of the
prettiest is in size 43, for example.
It's one outstanding feature is diversity, though.
Hardly two of the group are alike.
Braiding to be sure, is characteristic decoration. It
appears and reappears.
But 'tis never of a sameness; there are many many
different charming effects.
Some, on the other hand, are plain tailored suits just
beautiful because of their plainness and graceful lines
Here are box jackets. And here are jackets with
And here are cleverest little jackets with ripple effect
that almost seems to be many ruffles !
Fine blue and black serges and poplins for the most
But right alongside, brilliant Victory red synd Pekin
blue and Copenhagen jersey.
Do you begin ito get the idea of variety and brilliance ?
Better come and enioy it t-and see what
fine value is at hand at
Enticing glimpse of the new Spring fashions? such are
these light and dainty and fine dresses.
Softest of Georgette crepe, most delicate of fine crepe
de chine, and in colors that glow with Springtime beauty
and styles that have Springtime individuality.
Two main features bring their beauty: beads and fine
Nearly every dress is handsomely and very-effectively
Those which are not, and some which are, have the
beauty that only clever tucks adds.
Dresses with long tunics have those tunics beaded or
Dresses with deep overdrapes have beading upon
bodice as well as overdrape.
So pleasing and Springlike colors as soft grays and
French blues and handsome roses.
. Very fine in fabric, very excellent in making, very
beautiful in effect, $25 to $45
'iMongst all the buds that burr-t into charming bloom
at Easter, none so sweet as the little girls in their dresses
Happy hearts make smiling facrs, pretty dresses in
sure glad hearts.
And those pretty dresses are ready My, what a lot
of them I
Soft voile, and fine batiste, anrl evip organdy.
"With the daintiest trimming of lace and of embroid
ery. And that trimming put on in new and clever fashions.
And with tucks bringing their grace.
Yes; and with handsome, embroidered designs; some
in charming combinations of eolor.
From so many lovely ones, it will not be really difficult
for Mother and her little girl to choose.
Sizes 6 to 14: $5 to $12.50
be eagerly r
Graceful figure and remarkable ease are won by
women who wear Gossard corsets.
They have sensible lines to which the figure yields
They are (of fine materials and made with strength
but are not harsh or tiring .
And they lace in front so it is easy to adjust them to
exact and correct position.
And there is a distinct and different type for each
type of. figure from slender to full and from tall to short,
A dozen of those models now ready offer fine oppor
tunity for choice at $2.50 to $9.50
.Women's new rich
A pair (rather a couple of pair) of beauties that bring
splendid style and a glow of dull color to make Spring's
Fine African brown, laced model, -stylish cut, with
either military or French heel $9
Just one glowing example ofthe gathering of Easter
Main floor, rear.
Nomads of the North James Oliver Curwood
Judith of Blue Lake Ranch Jackson Gregory
As no man knows the mvsterious Northland like Cur
wood, so no man has written of the great plains with thef
insight of Gregory. How fine to have a story from each'
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Curwood tells us of the little black bear and the little
pup that become friends and then wander away to grow
big together; and a wonderful romance of two people that
is entwined with the lives of these wild travelers !
Gregory tells us of how Judith inherits a partnership I
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in a. ca.ti.ie rancu iina iiaiiuies it wnn executive aDliuy
Each book at the same price $1.50
Ma Pettingill by Harry Leon "Wilson. Back in Red
Gap, and we meet Cousin Egbert again! Can you imagine
the fun? $1.50
The Old Gray Homestead Frances Parkinson Keyes.
A story of plain but real folks and of country life; a homey
story $1.50 "
Main Poor, rear.
Teaspoons and Knives and
coffee spoons 12c forks 24c
Berry spoons Sugar spoons and
and gravy spoons 65c butter knives 24c
Soup ladles $1.85 Child's set,s 85c
Left aisle, frost
Dainty and fine
New charming chemises in envelope style. '
Of soft grateful nainsook with decoration of laee and
Fit smoothly and snugly but yet are cut to afford f
freedom and insure comfort. ' f
All sizes at the one price $1.50
Extra price in the sense that each price is extra low. H
Good silver, from a ( omiecticut Rogers factory, at
tractive pattern, nice weight .heavy silverplate.
Chests of 26 pieces, include tea and table spoons and .
forks and knives and butter-knife and sugar-spoon. Chest
in either oak or mahogany finish, regular $11.50 $8 ?
THE HOWL AND DRY GOODS GO
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