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908-914 Main St. Hartford 1105 MAIN ST. 10 Rue St. Cecile Paris THE TIMES i OCTOBER 3, 1919 LEADING MILLINERS Tomorrow, Saturday, Is Bargain Day. Ton v.-ttl find llMT tvrpptliwn! vnlus In up-to-date wantalilo merchan dise, Yt will licli you to notorial- ifHluoe the bir cost of living by saving money Tor you on you! purchases. In Vntrtiiiiiioil. Trlmmrtl l;o .s lints. Vclour Ilata. S leaver Ruffle Hats, Chlhhvirs Hats, l-VH Out;ii' Hats. U;vncy Feathers, FIotwts, Ostrich I'luuios, ItiblMiii. Shirt Waists, Silk iV;ici.'.s. SVifiiline Petticoats, Veilings, Mura tmut Feather trapes. Ostrich Iliim. Reliable Fnf Scarfs and Muffs, Cloth Coals, Cloth CfliKH. Guaranteed Rain 'outs. Sweaters. Ttie quota of sieeial va!:"i in unusual for tills unusual store. Tiles are txitRnins that are hound to v!ih n rush. 82.00 IVlt Ready to Wear Hats St. 00 ; Volt Ready to Wear Hats 81.48 j 8"..v Vclour Hats, fern- colors, 84-98 i $3.W lilack Velvet Covered Hats I $1.08 ! $4 -H IMaek Velvet Covered limits $2.08 ; $r..."l0 Black Velvet Covered Hats ! $3.9S i 9R.0I) Black Velvet Covered Iials I SS.08! 8.1.0U Values In Velvet Hearty to Wear Hats 83.03 i J7.IM) Values In Velvet Ready to 5 $0.30 Silk and Crepe Waists, White and Ulnck 84.98 STT.K PETTICOATS, BATEEN" PET TICOATS. S2 )0 Sjvtecn IVttteoats ?1.48 82.50 Heatherbloom Petticoats . $1.98 82.50 Silk Flounce Petticoats . 81.D8 84.53 Stile Petticoats 83.48 $0.0.') Silk Petticoats 81.08 $7.00 Silk Petticoats 85.03 MARAROUT FEATHER CAPES 8 0.00 Miu-alxnit Fenlher Capes 81.03 S5.0S ! Wear Hats S'J.OO Trimmed Press Hats $0.00 Trimsnctl Press Hats 810.50 Trimmnl Press Hats . 8T.C8 812.00 Trimmed li-ess Iials . . . . SS.'.;8 tii-cat values In Trimmed Pm-ss Hats front $,2.00 to 825.(M) CinMlU:N"S HATS. S;t.50 Hats for ehlldrt-n 84.50 Hats for children Sfi.50 Hats f - children S1.50 Conlcd Silk Tama 82.50 Velvet Tunis .... 83.50 Velvet Tains .... 84.50 Velvet Tarns 84 OS i 7-'( 5J"J",-,r,t Feather Capos S5.9S S0 i)8 ' n-00 Mnrahout Feather Capes $7.48 812.00 Mnralxnit Feather Capes 80.98 8 '.."..00 Mantlraat Feather Capes 818.00 Marabout Feather Capes 812.48 814.08 820.00 Marabout Feather Capes 817.48 run scAirrs ad 82.18 S:S.43 81.08 I 81.00 ; RELIABLE 81.98 i MC.TS. 82.48 j jsiaf-ij Coney Fur Scarfs 8.uo to 33S.UU 83.48 Fsiney Winsrs. Fancy Ostrich Fcath- I5)!M.i -Volf Fur Scarfs All at ! . 814.00 to 855.00 ers, Hunit Ostrich Fancies, Wholesale prices. j Hlack Lynx Fur Scarfs Special values in Narrow and Wide $22.00 to 885.00 Rlblions. Black Fox Fur Scarfs j Sinx-hil vnJues in Veils and Veilings. 833.00 to $75.00 81.00 -S1.48 81.93 $2.48 S2.S3 SHIRT WAISTS. $1.50 White Llnscrle Waists . $2.0 White Iilnsrerie Waists. . . 2.50 White Lingerie Waists . $3.25 Wliitc Llnjrerie Waists . JU.0O White Lins:ie Waists . STLK SIIIKT WAISTS. 75 Silk Waists. White and Black. " 82.25 $1.00 Silk Waists, Wliit.e ami Black. $.1.25 85.00 Silk Waists, White and Black Taune Wolf Fur Scarfs I 816-98 to 505.00 ( Red Fox Fur Scarfs 822.00 to 855.00 Taupe Fox Fur Scarfs 83.1.00 to S60.00 Natural Skunk Fi-r Scarfs $27. CO to 8125.00 Every other desirable Fur you will f ad here priced at least one-third !es than elsewhere. V; 5 vet Shoulder Scarf i. Angora Wool Scarfs, all at Bargain $? :.S 1 Prices. IT PAYS TO TRADE AT DILLON'S Established 1865 f Get Up When You Want To-- Somo folks are prone to oversleep, especially these dark mornings when li01d Sol" doesn't shine in the window till midday. Get She alarri clock habit set it to suit your convenience or wishes and you'll never oversleep aprain unless you disregard its mandatorv summons. VK H WE A FINE VARIETY OP ALARM CLOCKS ALL GUARANTEED. Prices Range from $3 to $4.50 G. W. FAIRCHILD & SONS, Inc. On Sale In The ascment. TheSmithMurrayCo. io6t Main St. and 14 to 14 9 fair field Ave. Bridgeport's Busy Cash Store Store Opens, 8:20 A. M.; Closes, 6 P. M. Saturday, 9 P. M. Just like buying flour at the mill; sugar at the refinery, or coal at the mines. SWIF 997 Slain Street Arcade Corner TWO DIVORCE SUITS FILED IN SUPERIOR COURT Ruth Kupfer of this city started di vorce proceedings in the superior court yesterday against Walker J. Kupfer of this city. Intolerable cru elty is alleged. The couple were mar ried May 11. 1911. Another divorce action filed was brought by Eleanor M. iCeenan of Valrfleld who seeks a decree from Frederick C. Keenan, formerly of "airfleld but now of parts unknown. Cruety is the ground alleged. The wife, whose maiden name was Eleanor Bradley, married Keenan in 1301. 3 UNIFORMED MEN ASSAULT HARTFORD MAN Gr "Tm-icti, Oct. 2 Hugh D uffy and "William WHjnier, -wearing army uniforms, and Samuel Geller, a sail or, were arrested "by the local police today, charged wilh holding up Dr. Michnol Quaglia of No. 6S Ann street, Hartford, after he had given them a rddo in his automobile last nisht. It is alleged that Iuffy blackjacked Dr. Quaglta vhile the physician was driv ing" the rr.achine on the post road. and that the trio then robbed him of a small sum of money. Dr. Quaglia -was hadly bruised and Trent to Stam ford for treatment. According to the police, the three men later boarded a motor truclt and covered them selves with "blankets. At Portchester, K". Y., the truck was stopped by po lice and the men were arrested. They will bo sivea a hearing in the local town court tomorrow. feSoIdfiy i i Davis & Savard Main ,A Fairlloia Ave. - Ie! il i I I 12 lb. Tie of 1 j Army Bacon WILL EMPLOY- VETERANS TO , TAKE CENSUS! ?,niy. n rail sap 111 e i he: et sAT the Sign of the Ghimesg I I 1 ' . 1 . USUii 'i. . r.aaua.LJi . ..iJtLv k - "I; a. tyt esoi 1 1 1 h??CW.vSSW.'1 Iff H BTC -m-y.-l t if 1 j i f-f 1 , n r. r- 1 - I k 1 v I U 13C t Jvf" . I O 1 ' .,'.1 B. f?l it nu, ' 1 12 fb. Tin of Army Bacon Nearly 90,000 Needed To Collect These Statistics. Honorably discharged soldiers, sailors or marines will he employed as far as possible by the government in taking the 1920 census. The Uni ted States Civil Service commission issued the following call to the "War Department today: Nearly ninety thousand persons will be engaged in the work of col lecting the facts and figures about Uncle Sam's gi?ajitic family after January 2, 1920, as that is the date set for beginning the enumeration of the population of the United States. In this project nearly eighty, thou sand workers will be engaged in field work, while the balance will comprise the "Washington office force, where the tabulation, classification and statistical work will be donu from the information secured from representatives of the Census Bureau in the field. In this, as In every other Govern ment activity, soldiers, sailors ana marines vill be given preference in appointments. This is accomplished by giving all service men preference on the eligible list of the Civil Service register. The majority of the appoint ments of the Census Bureau are gov erned by the Civil Service rules and regulations and the Civil Service Commissioner announces an examin ation for Census Bureau clerks on October IS and November 15. This Is made possible as a result of the Veteran Preference Bill re cently passed by Congress, which gives precedence in original appoint ments in clerical and other positions In the Executive branch of the Gov ernment In the District of Columbia and elsewhere to honorably discharg ed service men, or their widows, and to the wives of Injured soldiers, sail ors or marines who themselves are not qualified, but whose wives are. The office of the Assistant to the Secretary of War has issued this bul letin: "Ex-servlce men who desire such appointments should make inquiry at the local Board of Examiners of the Civil Service In their city, where full information will be obtained. There are 3,000 of these boards, one in nearly every city of flip United States. Men living to communities were there are no boards should write the near est one or to the United States Civil Service Commission, Washington. D. These boards have a complete An Qfilp safinvisaw in to folks who come after livery eAcepi m syccim sett hermetically sealed. oriiei ie me easeineei store io oe som or plioee or . 0. D. orders 12 pounds to each it No' mail charge--Fell c. list of all Civil Service positions, and are posted up to date on all changes." Times Want Ads One Cent a Word; Use Them $i goo Determined to eive the public what they want at a time when they want it, we purchased an entire carload of the bacon. This bacon will be placed on sale in the basement beginning tomorrow at the price of $3.95 a tin. What this means to every housewife can be realized instantly. Next .to sugar and bread, bacon is the most wanted food New Fall Coats For Women Attractive coats made of good quality Kersey cloth, model is belted, back has cluster of pin tucks from collar to waist line, deep Kit Coney fur collar, coat is all lined with a fancy lining. Colors Brown and Navy. Stylish coat made of Zibeline, deep round collar, belted, pockets, cluster of pin tucks on the back of coat, trimmed with buttons, all lined with a fancy lining. Colors Brown and Navy. of everv household. Our soldier boys thrived on it. There's more nutriment in bacon than any other meat. This bacon was prepared under U. S. Army specifications. It is one of jucicgt, tenderest, and richest brands. It comes from Swift & Co., one of the great Chi cago packing houses, whose products are a standard household word, and are ad vertised widely in the newspapers, and on the colored pages of national magazines. And what a bargain it is at the price. It comes put up in 12 lb., hermetical ly sealed tins, and if kept in the tin will last indefinitely; and when removed from the tin, if placed in a cool place will last months and months without the least chance of spoiling. Parboil slightly be fore broiling or frying. Fashionable Silks at Prices Unusually Attractive Satin Princess 36 inches wide, heavy soft drap- 4 QE ing quality, variety of new Fall colors. Special yard ' All Silk Crepe De Chine 38 inches wide, pure silk, heavy quality, good assortment of colors. 4 9 Special yard 1 Lining Silks Yard wide, heavy quality, floral patterns, brocades, large assortment of new gg and 2M Q5 color combination yard " . Silk Poplin Yard wide, high silk lustre, excellent weight, suitable for one piece dresses, all new Fall ff4 jlQ colors .- , yard ? All Silk Crepe De Chine 40 inches wide,, heavy quality, frood assortment of colors, including Flesh, White and 1 Q Black yard &n 1 The Smith M array Co. MBS. HOUSEWIFE. Do not think that salad dressing which has curdled is of no use. It can easily be restored to its creamy state by using an egg beater and beating It for p. few minutes. Do not allow a perfectly good cook book to have its cover ruined by slid ing all over the kitchen table. Cover it with parafine paper. Thus you will be able to see the lettering upon the book, the real cover will be saved and htit food products will ha caj?a.blo of fastening themselves to the cook book cover. If you wish to prolong the life of your new earthenware casserole, soak it in cold water for at least 24 hours before you put It In the oven or over a gas flame. Treated in this way, it will last a. great , while longer than it would otherwise. Be cl commentator on your own cook book. In the margin insert op posite your tried, recipes the cost of all the Ingredients, also any special amendments you, ftnl by experience improve the recipes. This will be a big aid for efficiency. If you want to bake potatoes' in a hurry, pour boiling water over them and let them stand a few minutes be fore putting them in the oven to bake. When you are using soap flakes of any sort, do not forget that they lose a great deal of their oleansing power, and indeed some of them even show a tendency to wear out fine silks When they are not thoroughly melted. Use a wire egg beater to beat up the suds. It la a sure way of making certain that there are no stray flakes which have not been transformed into suds. MARIA MITCHELL. Maria Mitchell, the American as tronomer, was born on the island of Nantucket, in 1818. She was of a Quaker family. In the dull and precise life of the town her soul found vent in dwelling in celestial spaces. She was the first woman who discovered a ."telescopic cornet' (1847) Invisible to the naked eye, thus anticipating the observers of E.urope and America. The royal medal of Denmark was bestowed upon her. , She went to Europe, and met Sir John Herschel and Humboldt. Upon her return the women of Amer ica presented her with a large tele scope, and she was appointed Pro fessor of Astronomy at Vassar Col lege (1865). She was the first woman to: be elected to the American Acad emy of Arts. Advertise in The Times If r