THE TIMES: MAX 22, 1919
ioi Main Stand 149 EmHkkiAve-
The Art Goods Department
Bears Special Interest to
Stamped Dresses on good quality Voile.
The designs are for solid embroidery. A very
'Shr 6 $1.23
Size 8 SI. 47
Size 10 . .... 81.75
Sie 12 ... $1.95
Stamped Dresses made of Poplin with
pleated skirt and bolero in solid and French
Size 2 $1.95
Size. 4 S2.'7
Size. 6 .' $2.79
Size 8 $3.19
OF DEATH OF
Former Bridgeport Boy Dies
of Pneumonia In
Children's Dresses stamped on fine
lawn in yoke designs. 1 to 4 years.
Children 's Dresses stamped
Pique French knot designs with yoke
enecx ana -i years.
. Children's Dresse3 made of Poplin stamped in designs of solid and
French knot designs. Sizes 2 to 4 years.
Little Tots Wash Suits
One piece "Wash Suits pants made of Linene waist of muslin belted
round collar made in color combination of Blue and "White Green and "White
Brown and "White. Sizes 2 to G.
Wash Suit of Blue Chambray two poc
kets belted round collar.
Blue Chambrny one piec wash suit
round collar belted pocket two box pleats
69 c ,i
Woven Matting Rugs
Here is your opportunity to procure a good Rug for little money.
Size 6x9 feet. Colors Green, Brown and Red. They are reversible so you
can have either side up and will look good.
Fine qualify mottled Axminsfer Rugs
ire 27x."2 inches in pretty floral and Orien
Oil npaquo window shades in dark frreen,
white or erru.
These curtains are slight imperfections
of our 89c quality.
Heavy quality Inlaid Linoleum, large va
riety of the newest patterns, excellent value
and very low in price.
$ 1 .25 Square Yard
Large assortment of fine quality Curtain
Madras large, medium, small and all over
patterns Colors Ecru and White.
38 c Yard
If You Are In Need
It will pay you to visit the sale which is now going now here good
substantial values are represented and the prices are particularly low.
Chemises, Drawer Combinations ,Petticoats, Gowns, Corsets, Draw
. ers, Corset Covers large assortments Good variety to select from'.
The following letter was received
by the father of LleuJ. William Ken-
I nedy, relative to the death of his son
, in France:
Verneull, Nievre. France,
! February 26. 1919.
: ilr. Allen Joseph Kennedy,
ilTl Nassau Avenue,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
ily dear Mr. Kennedy:
It is with regret and the deepest
sympathy that I write you at this
time, substantiating the cablegram
which you have already received, no
tifying you of the death of your son.
Lieut. William F. Kennedy. While
I know that no words of mine can
help a great deal at this time, nev
ertheless, I wish to tell you that his
company and his entire unit unite
with me in expressing to you our
Feeling: that a more detailed ac
count of his brief sickness and bur
ial may be of some consolation to
you. I gladly give all the information
Your son was stricken, with bron
chial pneumonia and was taken to
the camp hospital, where the best
medical care and attention was giv
en him. All that science and medi
cal attention could do was done for
him, but he passed away at 2:10 p.
m on the morning of February 24,
We laid him to rest in the Amerl-
1 can cemetery, Xo. 552, located near
A'erneuil, Nieuvre, France, Tuesday
morning. February 25, 1919, with all
the honor and ceremony due a tru-
American soldier who has given hl3
life for his country. His grave is
located in Row 3, Grave 'o. 22.
Your son was a good, true, loya'
soldier. His willingness to heed in-
i struction and obey commands won
for him the highest respect of his
officers, and his kind, jovial spirit se
cured for him the love and fellowship
of all the men of his company. He
was a true friend and a most agree
able companion. Our love went out
to him, and our sympathy goes to
you at this time. And, while there
is an empty place in your home and
in your life, yet there should be, and
there no doubt is, that note of pride
that his was a life well spent, given
in the greatest cause and for the
greatest principles that the world has
ever knowr We feel, and you
should feel, that your son died just
as much a hero for these principles
as had he fallen on the bloodstained
battlefield. A life given for hi
country, for humanity and his God
cannot and will not be soon forgot
ten. There can always tie that comfort,
which is the greatest comfort of all,
that your son lived a. life worth living
aridi pave It for the greatest cause,
the cause of democracy, civilization
and Christianity, and. while we can
not understand the mysterious work
ings of that Unseen Hand, neverthe
less our faith at all times should bo
such that we can truly say, "Thou
knewest best, Thy will tie done."
Jesus, while our hearts are Weeding
O'er the spoils that death hath won
We would at this solemn meeting
Calmly say, "Thy will ibe done."
By thy hand the boon was given.
Thou hast taken 'hut tmne own;
Lord of earth and ioH1 of heaven.
Evermore "Thy will be done."
May the -blessings and. the comfort
of the Master rest with you at this
time and continue to abide with you
always. With deepest sympathy. T
WILLIAM C. H IC KEY.
Lieutenant Kennedy was graduated
from the Bridgeport High school in
1907 and from Sheffield Scientific
school ait Yale in 1911. He took a
post graduate course at the General
Electric Company In Lynn, Mass.,
completing that In 1914, and later
went to the Studebaker Company, In
Detroit, Mich. In the summer of
1916 he was made consulting engineer
in the labortory of the Studebaker
Company and two months later join
ed a unit of engineers from the Uni
versity of Michigan going overseas.
He has been stationed in France ever
Birthday of A. Conan Doyle.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the crea
tor of Sherlock Holmes, will pass his
60th milestone today. The author was
born in Edinburgh, and was a ship's
surgeon on vessels running to Africa
and the Arctic regions before he be
gan his career as a novelist with "A
Study In Scarlet," published in 1887.
Sir Arthur has a never-failing supply
of good stories, his favorite dealing
with an experience he had with a
cabman in Paris. The cabby startled
the author by addressing him by
name, and when asked to explain,
he. said. "I read In the papers that
Sir Doyle was to arrive in Paris from
Nice, after stopping at Marseilles and
Lyons on the way. Now 1 see you
have your hair cut in the Marseilles
fashion, and there is Lyons mud
still on your boots. Therefore you
must be Sir Doyle." Sir ' Artlrar,
amazed at this exhibition of "sher
locking." persisted. "But was that all
the evidence you had?"., "Well, to
be honest, no," grinned the cabby, '
'! also saw your name on your lujr
JOHNSON'S BANJO AND BABY
Emory Johnson, who played oppo
site Margarita Fisher in "Put Up
Your Hands" and "Charge It to Me,"
and who Is leading man again in her
forthcoming production, "Trixio from
Broadway," has two extra-precious
possessions. One of them is a banjo.
He took it to the studio recently
and registered such a pronounced
hit with his musical ptfts that he's
been forced to bring it along daily
and entertain the studio folks between
scenes and at noon.
fJT fXJNo Luxury Tax on Suits, Coats & DressesSI
'' Th Tevon Boy" drum oorps will
wear their new uniforms for the first
time on Memorial Day. Their nrst
punHo appearance In the uniforms
will be at the head of the parade to
Liberty Rock, where the new flag will
, be raised at o'clock in the morn-
inir. The uniforms consists of a red
i skull cap with the letters "D. 8. t.
: C" on the black band, white blouses
i and blue knee breaches.
The boys have been practicing
I dally to perfect themselves and com
I potent Judges say that they are one
I of the best drum corps In the state,
j After the exercises at the Rock
; the drum corps will go to Mllford
center to participate In the exercises
The Welcome Home dance given a
Hotteford hall. Walnut Beech, was a
verr successful affair. It was at
tended by a large number of service
imn from Brldgepert, 8tratford and
Mllford. who thoroughly enjoyed
themselves. The music was fur
n1hed tX Teeftel's seven piece or
ohoftra. A. ft. Teeftel was chairman
;of the committee of arrangements.
I i A large number of the members of
"the Hose company met at the firo
house last night for Instruction and
(practice preparatory to the parades
on Memorial Day. The meetings
jU-tll be held each evening this week
Jnt 7:45 o'olock and every member i?
(requested to he present.
i The property owners and real es-
te men of Devon are enthusiastical
ly In favor of the proposal of State
'Highway Commissioner Bennett to
leave two sidewalks on the new bridge
iover the Housatonlc river, believing
ifhat It will tend to Increase the value
Devon eat estate.
fVrt Lytell. whose spell-blndlng
Arm In behalf of the recent war
jeans have won him the tHle of "The
3J.iniel Webster of the Screen" was a
gueet at the Los Angeles Ad Club on
!rvhlch occasion he made an address
I ! -4f onree Salisbury's new play Is en
'Devils Have Their Friends"
The following named men volun
teered, were accepted, and forwarded
to the Recruit Depot at Fort Slocum,
Jerry E. Griffo, Arcade Hotel.
Bridgeport, Conn. for Infantry.
This soldier saw service with Co.
"H" 147th U. S. Infantry on the fol
lowing fronts in France and Bel
gium: Lorraine Front; San Mlehl;
Argonne Forest; Lays River and
Skelton River, received no wounds
never gassed, and was discharged at
Camp Upton, N. Y.," April 7, 1919
with character "Excellent."
Nicola Dragons, 71 ( Maple street.
Bridgeport Connj for cavalry, A. E.
This soldier served from July 17,
1918 to December 5, 1918, at Came
William R. Xeesler. Yonkers. N. Y.
for field artillery, A. E. F. No pre
Arthur B. Smith, Clifton, New Jer
sey for Infantry, A. B. F. No pre
Acceptances ere authorized for
practically all branches of the army,
and applicants may have choice of
service In the following countries: ,
American Expeditionary Forces In
France and Germany; Philippine De
partment; Hawaiian Department;
Previous service men are also be
ing accepted for infantry or medical
department, for service in Siberia,
Russia. The enlistment period for
service In foreign countries eis three
(3) years; previous service men may
also be accepted for one (1) year for
service in the United States.
Fifteen thousand men aVe wanted
for the new air service, "and for this
service, men for mechanical ability,
may rest assured of rapid advance
ment to non-commlssloned grades;
while men of no .mechanical ability,
but of ordinary Intelligence, who se
lect this popular branch to serve In.
may also rest assured - that they will
be given a complete course In Aero
nautical at one of the great - flylnZ
fields, where large schools, with ex
cellent instructors are maintained by
the U. S. government, for the com
plete Aeronautical education, of all
TS- Order of Notice
STATE OF COWIXTnCCT,
FAIRFTELI COUNTY, as.
Bridgeport, May 21, A. D. 1919
Upon the complaint of the said
Phllomtne Lamfbert praying, for rea
sons therein set forth, (for divorce and
change of name, returnable to the Su
perior Court in and for Fairfield
County, on the first Tuesday of June.
It appearing to and being found by
the subscribing authority that the Bald
defendant Is absent from this state
and gone to parts unknown.
Therefore Ordered, that notice of
the pendency of said complaint be
given by publishing this order In The
Bridgeport Times, a newspaper print
ed In Bridgeport, Conn., three times
successively, commencing on or before
the 22nd day of May. A. D. 1919.
MICHAEL J. FLANAGAN,
Asst. Clerk of the Superior Court for
Fairfield County. R22s
Main Street Corner Elm Street
Sensational Sale of New Suits
Unusually Attractive Modes Worth $30.00 & $35.00
Embracing a superior collection of strictly tailored suits,
box-coat, blouse, waist-coat and country club suits devel
oped of Mannish Serges, Wool Poplins, Twills, Tweeds,
Oxfords in Navy and colors. Sizes for Women and Misses.
-No Charge for Alterations
HARRY J. REYNOLDS
vs. Order of Notice
MORRIS J. COHEN, ET ALS.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT,
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, 88.
Bridgeport, May 22, A. D. 1919
Upon the complaint of the aald
Harry J. Reynolds praying, for rea
sons therein set forth, for foreclosure
of mortgage, possession of mortgaged
premises and other equitable relief,
returnable to the Superior. Court, in
and for Fairfield County, on the nrst
Tuesday of June, 1919.
It appearing no and being found by
the ouftwcriblng; authority that Harry
L. Kat2 and J. Kocivar. the said de
fendants, are absent from this state
and gone to part unknown.
Therefore, Ordered, that notice of
the pendency of sald . complaint be
given by publishing this order in the
Bridgeport Times, a. newspaper print
ed In Bridgeport. Conn., three limes
successively, commencing on or before
the 22nd day o May, A. D. 1919.
MICHAEL J. FLANAGAN, .
Clerk of the Superior Court "for
Fairfield County. R22s
No matter what you want
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af-tfoar-tound soft dtirik
The iist mam drink was water and
grain. Bevo is the highest refinement
of the natural drink of primitive man
the accepted drink of modern America-
a beverage with real food value.
A healthy and. substantial drink atr
the soda fountain , or with lunch at the
restaurant , a comfort waiting for you
in the ice-box at home
Sold ororywhoro-Familios supplitd by gfotor.drutfglst and doalor.
Visitors are invitod foinspoct our plants
Crouch & Plassmann,
Wholesale Distributors, BRIDGEPORT. CONN.
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