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IHE TIMES: JUNE 6, 1919
SILVER GO. TO OPEN FIELD D Keaa co ok 5) ro Keaa co Established l857 tsrobJsJiecJ 1657 OKDS "Hie Jlolmwi and Edwarls Company Vlil formally open thrlr Athletic Field tomorrow afternoon, -with a program of flfld sport and track events. The oxrrolaea start at 2 sharp when Cie employe parade around the field, finally halting In front of the bis Ilolmeia and Kdwards slcn -where com munity sinking and speechmakintr will ! held, iMr. WH'iam I'lirry, sons !oa,ier of the Holmes and Edwards Company, will direct the. singing. Mr. tJeorgr 'Edward.!, representing the company, win make tho upeech of dedication, of the field after which will follow tho "program of sports. admimlon few is Tequlred, the public tein cordially invited, iit the n trlea for the various events will be confined strictly to the employes of the company. Tire vrocram is as follow.'; For men -tack race, hundn ' ynri dash, relay race, rfhot tut. hustle hall relay, ntandliur broad jump, running- broad Jurwpv "Bocd" (European frame). For girl, Fifty yard, il.tsh, iotato race. There will red hot frame of ibase- bfl.ll twtween the m.trrled men and the single) men. The rivalry 'between these two It-am Is keen and there is much 5ntercrt in the same anion; the em plorts. Jotra rroc-k, physical director of the T M. O. A. .will he the chief Judtre of the tracfc events. V"r. Ilobert Pte Vens, chairman of the Holme and Kd wards Athletic Committee which was organised try the Jn.liustrinl Popart -merit of the T. M. C. A., is supervisor rf tho whole TOeet. The Jfolmes and Bdtmnls C mrmny Is one of a number of factories) that have taken advan tage of the protrram that Is offered by the Industrial (Department of the Y. M. C A. and it Is the first factory of this number to hold a track meet this reason. DECIDE HARVARD PRINCETON GAME Interest In. the third .nd final frame of the oawnhall serlms -between Har vard and (Princeton, to e played next Vednr!&jr at Ebbets Field, Ilrook lyn, was heightened hjr the report from Trertown yesterday that odher ents of the Xiuoau nine are making the Tigers a heavy favorite in the bet ting on tho outcome of 4hls cla.ssic of the eollejrlate diamond. Uesrito Irtnceton' n1nth-1nin defeat by Col ; on Wednendn-r by a score of 6 to fc. Nassau's confidence of victory over their time-honored rivals of Cam Vrido ha not waned. 'tin Clark, one-time oafoher of the Cliants, who has coaehef th Tlfrers with much success for tho l;vst few reasons, may shake vr hl 1ttlnf or der for the 1Ta.rvxrS jrame. for lack of the timely hit was one of the rnvrmn for Princeton's Wetback by the ujv. fitate collegians. Interest la keen In cotlere baseball flrcles conceminir the tiropable pitch In? so lections for next Wednesday's Jtame. Clark undoubtedly will rely upon Klrkland, who ipltched the Tl prrs to vt.rtory in the first cranio of lis serlesxit Princeton on iMay irt, suid llufrhey UulTy. who Is In charge of the Crimson nine, will probably employ lirol.o Felton or Harden, both of whom have shown exeat form In recent workouts. Both -universities will send students In ku-re womfcers to Bhbetts Field on Wednesday, and tho game will Jack nofhltrf of the Interesting- setting In which these time-honored rlvaJs hav6 nlwaya aettlad their disputes on tha diamond. the errldlron or he rra ic NEW PEST ! Kill XHN Trenton, N. J-, June 8. The arrival of a new pest on the farms of Mas rachusotts.Omjiwtlcut and Nnr York known as the European corn borer) Is announcod In the monthly crop re port of the sate department of ag riculture Issued today. The report says teat the- Insect was probably brouirhrt into this country on hemp and that It hibnrnatos as a caterpil lar In corn stalks and large weeds. Mrs. Harvey irnbben will) hostess at the afternoon tea tomorrow at the Urooklawn Country club. A cafe Chaataot and dance will be held In the everrTng and Ppnldel'a orchestra will famish the music. msTRTCTP OF- FttTUFIKIr, sn. X)FRT OP FROBATB, Xun 4. 191 Estate, of Henry E. 'Wilson, late of Fairfield, In said district, deceased. The executor having applied for an order authorizing and empowering him to sell certain real estate belong ing to mid actate, as per application on file rrvore frilly appears; It is Ordered, That ssld application be KenTd and determined wt the Court of ProtMrfe In Fairfield. In said district, on trie ldfh day of Jnne, A. t). 1919, n I-.SO o'clock In the afternoon, and that notice given of the pendency of aald application and of the time end plane of hearing t Hereon, by pub. liahlntr this order once In some news paper having a. circulation in said dls. tri-t, and by K'ving notice to all par ties In Interest either personally or Iby mailing to each, postage prepaid, a copy f this order all on or before the TK day of June, A. P. 1919, and return make to this ooart of the no tices given. Attest: BACON WAKEMAN, Judge, ftamusl C. Shaw. Attorney for Execu tor, Security Bldg., Bridgeport, Conn. a" rTTF OF COWKOTICT'T, I)ISTRIOT OP BlinXiEPORT, ss. PKORATE OOI HT, F state of Charles H. McLean. late of the town of rrldgeport. In said dis trict. pcased. The Court of Probate for the Dis trict of Bridgeport. hah limited and allowed six months from the date hereof for creditors of said estate to eafhlbK their claims for settlement. " Thoss who neglect to l resent their accounts properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All persona Indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate payment to ELIZABETH MctEAN, Executrix. HI Cottage Street Bridgeport, Conn., rr to Henry C Hut-rout; ha. Attorney, SOf Baconitr Building, lilt Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn. XXs TOtrs. HOOK cottars to rent. 1 These are Days when the sea invites 'California" is the name of the latest'style bath ing suit. It is adapted from those sensible garments hi which the women of San Diego and Coronado dis port themselves in the waters of the Pacific. This suit is knitted, has a straight tunc and has tights at tached. In black, with facings and-trimmings of white, rose, emerald, purple and other attractive com binations. $6.95 to $13,500 Suits of cotton and serf satin, and the California model is included with these. There is great variety in these one-piece suits. Nearly all are in black and the facings are in purple, red, rose and green, and some very chic looking styles in black with gold fac ings reminding one of the bumble bee. $3.75 up Wool Swimming Tights one piece suits. $5.00 up Cotton Swimming Tights, $1.50 Bathing Caps The new line of bathing caps is in with all the latest pfylos and shapes. Somehow rubber takes on beautiful colorings and a dip in the water often adds to their lus trous beauty. These aro in orange, blue, gTeen, black and lavender with contrasting facings at the edge and some times an ornamental flower or rosette of rubber. 25 cts. to $1.50 Display on center tables, north aisle. Convenient Bags for carrying bathing suits Rubber lined, attached to large frames, easily opened. Styles in black, blue and green. $2.50 While these are designed for bathing suits, they are equally good for many other things. Leather Section, main floor. Sweet and Cooling Powders for hot weather Sweet Orchid, in boxes, 20 cts. Yanky Clover, 2U cts. Gardenia, 26 cts. Garden of Allah, in glass jars, 52 cts. Du Barry, $1.0 1 Lilas, 52 cts. Three Flowers, 52 cts. Fleurs D'Amour, 89 cts. Ideal, $1-04 Quelques Fleurs, $1.04 Rose of Omar, 52 cts. Violet Simplicity, 32 cts. Jess-Arbutus. 32 cts. Main floor. Your Telephone Telephone Books in red leather, alphabet ar rangement, ring for hanging, $1.00 Books bound in black, ring for hanging, 50 cts Pads to hang on mouth piece of tele phone. Alphabetically arranged, 35 cts Glas Mouth Pieces, 25 cts Stationery Section. Summer Furnishings The Washable Couch Cover "With one of these the living room couch can be dressed up to be cool looking and sensible because this cover washes very easily, as often as required. The housekeeper need not worry about small dhiy shoes, or the dog's muddy paws, $2.00 and $3.C0 Cretonne Pillow Slips, "ledium designs, gay and attractive yet not easily soiled, 30 cts each Cretonne Sofa Pillows, $1.00 and $1.25 Scrim for Curtains Scrim in white, ivory and ecru, with hemstitched borders and squares, - 39 to 60 cts a yard Muslin Sash Curtains, ready made, 50 cts a pair Third floor. Women's Summer Gloves Silk Gloves of heavy Milanese silk, 16 button length, double tips, white only, $2.03 Silk Gloves with contrasting embroidery in white, black, gray and pongee colors, $1.50 and $2.00 Milanese Silk, two clasps, self Paris point backs, white, black and gray, $1.15 Misses' Long Silk Gloves, double tips, $1.15 Misses' Chamoisettes, one clasp, in gray, mastic and white 89 cts Main floor. Men's Summer Underwear Of the character which fastidious men who re quire good fitting, easy garments and Avill have none other will find here in various models. Union Suits, different styles, "Carter" make, $1.65 to $4.00 Union Suits of checked nainsook, "Roxford" make. Knee and athletic styles, $1.50 Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, "Roxford" make, $1.00 Men's Section, main floor. White Goods for Graduation Dresses The dress for commencement ought to be a sim pie girlish affair, plainly made, with tucks a . f1 - - - j iiv Hin t or two. The materials here listed ate and will do for all summer, tea parties or little social occasions. White Voile, 38 inches wide, 50 and 75 cts '40 inches wide, $1.00 45 inches wide, , $1.00 and $1.25 White Organdie, 40 inches, 79 cts, $1.00 and $1.25 .Voiles and Organdies, embroidered, 40 inches wide, $1.25, $1.35, $1.50 and $2!oo Third floor. Che D D) Read co ?e White SI ippers for June Brides A graceful model in white kid, with turned sole and French heel, $9.00 White Satin Slippers with French heels, $4.50 Gold and Silver Slip pers with French heels, $7.50 Black Satin Slippers, $4.50 and $7.00 Main' floor. Stationery convenient for vacation use Note Books in red leather, ruled pages,also indexed, 20, 25, 30 and 35 cts Old fashioned Blank Books, 15, 29 and 35 cts Highland Linen Tab lets, all ,sizes, 25, 30 and 35 cts Note Books, plain pages, indexed, 10 cts 0k do Keaa c$ - emhi tear Clearance of Millinery Summer Styles at changed prices Trimmecl Straw Hats, exclusive styles from famous makers in New York and Boston. Many from our own work rooms. Former prices $6.00 to $10.50 Now $5.50 Were $1 1.00 to $16.00 Were $16.00 to $25.00 Now $7.50 Now $12.50 Knox Sailors and Continentals, black and colors. 'Xere $7.00 to $10.00 Were $12.00 to $15.00 Now $5.50 ' Now $9.50 All between $16.00 and $21.00 Now $12.50 Vogue Hats in Milan, pineapple and lisere, also combination straws. Were $ 1 0.50 to $ 1 5.00 Were $ 1 6.00 to $20.00 Now $9.50 Now $12.50 Hot Weather Comforts for the household Gas Irons will make your ironing easy. These are full nickel, cold wood handles, 6 ft. metal tubing. Were $3.50, $1.98 Specir.1 Butter Mergers, 2 qt. size. With one p .uud but ter and one pint milk, two pounds fresh butter can be made. Regular $2.00, $1.19 Special Casseroles, three pt. size, brown er.rtl o-rware in heavy nicked plated frame, wood hanrilos. Regular $3.00, $2.15 Special Oakite, a scientific cleanser containing no acid or lye. This will not injure the skin or fabrics, and may be used wherever there is any form of dirt or grease to be removed. 15 cts a pkg. Aluminum Kettles, convex sty-- V. 1' ! v "..'S, 6 qt size. Regular $2.75, $1.85 Special insecticide for rose bushes. A preparation of tobacco and sulphur which destroys rose bugs, cut worms, vine bugs and parasites of all descriptions found on plants. Small size, 25 cts Large size, 50 cts Basement Table Covers, Scarfs etc. for summer use To have the rooms bright and cheerful through-. out the summer, at the same time to make no extra work is the aim of every housekeeper. Crash Covers of tan linen, with brightly colored stenciled patterns have a homelike appearance that pleases. Covers, 38 inches square, $1.50 Scarfs, 18 x 54 inches, $1.00 Pillow Slips, 18 x 23, 95 ct. OK D iff Read co f tfews of Fraternal Orders in The City B. P. O. E. At th meeting of the Bridgeport Elk lat night 20 new members were admitted ud the meeting u largely attended. After the bvaineM meeting there was a social session. SPANISH WAR VETERANS. All members of N. W. Bishop camp. Spanish War Veterans, are re quested to attend the funeral of Pret Pnhi at T o'clock tonignt rrom nis 7: SO o'clock, gloves will be Uniforms worn. and white - MYSTIC SHRINE. The Imperial Council of the Ilystio Bhrine will be held at Indianapolis next Tuesday and many members of Pyramid Temple will attend. The delegation will be accompan ied by its Arab patrol and the new temple band which will wear, for the first time, tha new uniforms of green and gold. The Bridgeport party will travel in state, leaving this city tomorrow morning at 11:S5 o'clock. The dele gation will leave Indianapolis Thurs day, Jane 13, Among tha -nobleti who aro expect- A tn mo to the sefLVirm ami W. I ( TJuIUst "1 I rO ni K( I V UtUWS. WUIB" .wa i - Frost, O. F. Herthal, G. 8. Hill, B. A. Hooper, A. J. Merrltt, chief; H. S. Morehouse, H. F. Parrott, W. J. Perry, O. S. Raymond, J. A. H. Rob inson, J. O. Schwarz. J. C. - Snlffen, Dr. F. W. Stevens, lieutenant; E. R. Wilson. F. A. Bartlett, O. O. Beers, F. A. Strong, J. H. Richardson, T. B. Beecher, D. F. Wheeler. F. M. Drew, C XL Hoadley, D. N. Clark, R. I Fisher, J. M. Hayes, Otto Lehmann. B. Setxer. F. XL Soule. J. Wrigley. The new temple band, under the leadership of Noble Fred E. Strong, Is composed of the following: Paul 8. Oouddlng, A-W. Dowd, A. O. Todd, John Keough, G H. Whitlock, H. Walker, A. XL Blakeslee, I J. Powo. a A- Hodge, W. H. Hazel, F. G. Clark. XL O. Wilson, P. Welden bammer, X' H. Stage. G. P. Sanborn. MILFORD NEWS John Ferguson of T.rum-buH Beach was struck y a trolley car near pole 13B after he alighted from a car com ing from New Haven ankS started to cross the, tracks. The car coming from the other direction struck him. Knocked him down and he was se verely injured. His right wrist was broken and he was also out and bruised -aibout the body and face. they drove off with H. Lloyd notified ifimi nntiro nnri tViv tracked the car to Wheeler's .Farms where they lost sight or it. The Board of Fire Commissioners held their meeting last nlght at the Municipal building at which a number of persons were present and expressed their views on the proposed ordinance prohibiting the -use of fire-arms sad explosives on Fourth of July. The board will draw up an ordinance cov ering the mr.iter Two men In soldiers uniform who engaged David . XJoyd. a Jitney driver In Bridgeport, to take them to New Haven, attacked the driver on Snake hill on tha New Haven road and after threatening to shoot - aim eoxmasJtaX X4PT-. Uvrm the and Howell Xockwood and John OfcKenna, two IMflford boys who have been-in the service overseas, have returned and are at present at Newport News. It Is expected that they will Jbe in Mil ford In a few. days. man of Meriden to Jock Maseau. son of Major and Mrs. Can-file Mazeau'of Milford, has been announced!. Tha newly married couple are living la Bridgeport. - The contract for grading aud curb ing the green has been awarded 9jr the selectmen. Tjte work Vis to be completed In two months and will toe done 'by a firm of (Meriden contractors who were the lowest (bidders, v The funeral of 'Daniel W. Smith f Reed street, who died Tuesdajrv w i held this afternoon from his la 7 ldence. Tho deceased had hate i ' a long time and had travelled slvely In search of health. I rsmstiis t CU lit u. - - Tea inarrlafo.ot be In KSord .