TIMES: THTTRSDAT, JUNE 2, 1921
way to become slander, agile, besltfajr,
il uow yours. See tbe pxiur-; the i : a w .
are to give you idea of sii before reduction of
weight. No starving or tedious exprcheg.
DETROIT OPERA SINGER OFF FOR EUROPEAN TOUR.
Tarred And Feathered
Things You'll Need For
The Camp Or At The Seashore
wusing wita sxjts , etc.; no
hyroid, no loss of time. Just
follow the sirnDl:. tin Heroin
rasm .nd reduce 1 0 to GO
pound'; (v. -si- v
.-vr you seed jCr
to) undf-r r.-.or.oy-rpiurd cu'-
mr;dei ay r-hya ciati-v Add to
your capibiliiy charm.
A i3Z- r. ! 9. ;.o krov, you. B
fT - f!r-h er In scd voi.nanf
Two Burner Oil Stove Vacuum
year t your M Take yoJr rca?i:rrn eat
and weight oftr-n and irx.k Ai "Ursil in mirror
to know the creat henallt. Ior't Joee any
more time; Ert cowan; enjoy the thrill of
h-rm:ne sender. Ask lor h -2 of KOREJN
TAGULES (pr;noun(-ed loreen) at any drug
store Accept no animtitubs, Or mail $1.00
la in for box: or write for free brochure,
Kerf'rti Co.. iff -LP., C:sf;on X New Tart, H. X.
A wickless cook stove that will give
of satisfaction. Made of heavy
steel and finished in black Japan.
Top 14x22 inches.
IIOWLAXD CIA ll'S.
33 9 O'w Va BEEElllaM
Don't forget to attend the enter
tainment ami dance given by the
Howland Club at the Casino Friday
June 3rd, at 8:15. Selections yy the
Lotus Quartette and Miss Ethel Hin
ton reader. Muenc hy peidel orchestra.
XS your complexion rouph,
red or blotchy ? Don't try
to conceal the def ectsvith cos
metics which only attract at
tention to the blemishes. Begin
today to dear your skin witb Hcsi
uol Soap and Ointment. Thi3 treat
ment cft-a-i.cti nd permits
it to breath- .-h;Ie overborn :iifr tha
defects. Alc j-cur drucuiit for it.
KIXG BORIS TO VISIT IT. S.
Sofia, Bulgaria. June 1 Premier
Stambulaiwsky of nulgaria declared
here yesterday that Kins Boris would
visit the United States during the
coming autumn and that he would
accompany Boris on the journey.
"I am going to America with King
Boris," declared the Premier, "to visit
the great American people who have
done so much for Bulgarians."
Ladies Let Cuticura
Keep Your Skin
Fresh and Young
Sosp.Ointmert.Tf Irnm.fSc.everj-wriere. For samples
address : Ccllcur Labors :oriM,Dopt X. ilxlaea,
XEW YORK COMPANY SUES.
The presidential directors of the
Manhattan company, Xew York city,
are sueing Jacob Ullian of Greenwich,
for $500 covering an alleged item
of $$36.36. The case is in Common
A. J. Morris, Greenwich .sues R.os
coe H. oGodsell, al-so Greenwich, for
damages of $1,400 covering goods
lougrht for S547.50 ort April 21, last,
on which $250 were paid. The goods
were later found to belong to J. C.
daSilva, who now has .possession.
Many nduM lO it 60 tb., or more. Obata 1
Kortln (prononnced torein) at any bosy drag
store r or write for fr;c brochure to Korrin Co
NK-6S. Station 2, New York. Bacom alendef j
oy Deat metnoo. xno aajta. no tnyroid. no starv-mjj-,
do tediona exercising. Delifrhtfaily easy,
raDid redaction: Itnorow her:-!-., tvmmlrv.
efllclsnoy. Fjook yoonger! ADD YEARS TO I
IUUK LIVLI aecorr.a ttn ana remain BO I I
Moneyack gmara.cu.ta I Oat (CORE i H tabuJoa I
Miss Mary Kent of Detroit, a contralto, who sang with the Scott!
Opera Company and at Ravina Park, Chicago, is on her way to continue
her vocal studies m Berlin and to tour some of Europe's old and interest
There will be a meeting of the
Board of Apportionment and Taxa
tion in the council chamber of the
City Hall Friday afternoon at 4
Sworn proof of hair growth after bald
ness: Amazing reports of legions of users
of Kotalko, in stopping loss of hair,
overcoming dandruff, conquering bald
ness. Here's the fairest offer in the vxrrld
use Kotalko. If it doesn't do all you
ejrpect, get your money back ! Forget
past bad luck with your hair. This is
something different. Get KOTALKO
at any busy druggist's. Or mail 10 cents
for testing proof box with guarantee to
Kotalko Co., BB-46, Sta. X. New York
W)0 BIYOIiCE C.VSKS WEEKLY,
A pretty June -wedding was sol
e.mnized yesterday afternoon at the
Zion Lutheran church, when Miss
Elsie Seifert, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Emnl Seifert of Uinley street
became the bride of Earl Minton of
The bride was attired In the con
ventional wedding gown of whit
satin, trimmed with duchesg lace
wearing a tulle veil arranged in call
shape. She carried a shower bou
quet of brides roses and lilies of the
valley. Miss Sophie Seifert, sister of
the bride, was maid e.f honor and
woro blue organdy wiXl hat to match.
She carried an arm bouquet of yellow
Ulttle Emma and Caroline Seifert
also sisters of the, bride, were the
flower girls and wore frocks of yel
low and rilnk with poke bonnets to
match. Walter Minton, brother of the
bridegroom, acted .as best man and
the usherg were: Emul Seifert. Fred.
Buchanan. Edward and Frederick
Doublcstein, and John Shuk.
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held at the bride's home af
ter which the couple left for a fort
night's honeymoon trip, the destlna
tion of whiieh has been kept a secret
On their return they will reside on
Miss Seifert was connected with
the How! ani Shoe Co. for the pa
vear and since the announcement ot
her betrothal haa been continuously
feted ith showers. Mr. Minton is
afflllatod with the Singer Manufactur
London. June 2 -IMvorce oases in
the British courts during the May
term have been decided at the. a ver
age rate of 600 per week. Divorces
have increased to an unpreccdo.ntt-d
figure since the war. More than 50
per cent, of the applicants are husbands.
COKOIVEK EXOXEKATES I.OZJHR.
Stamford, June C. Coroner John
J. Pheian yesterday rendered a de
cision exonerating James Iosier. IS.
who rode a bicycle agains; William
Scoficld here on Saturday Smd fatally
injured him, so that ho died Sunday.
Scofield was for many years deputy
sheriff and keeper of the Fairfield
county jail at Bridgeport.
Monroe Salisbury in "The Barbar
ian." is the feature picttire attraction
at Poll's Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday. The motif of this interesting
story is the age-old conflict between
the nrimitive and the unspoiled in
i man and the hypocricies and false
ideals of civilization. The action or
the drama and all of its scenes are
laid in the Canadian woods.
Poli's vaudeville bill which opens
today Is headed by John F. Conrot
and company. Conroy is the world's
greatest life-saver. He will appear
in an elaborately conceived and writ
ten diving offering and will be assisted
by a bevy of beautiful water nymphs.
The added attraction is "Walter Clin
ton and Julia Rooney in "After
Oark." This skit is described as a
flirtation in song, story and dance and
since Julia Rooney of the team is a
sister of the famous Pat Rooney, the
ringing story-telling and dancing inay
be depended upon to be art'sticrnly
acceptable. Bry:in Lee and Mary
Cranston in "A Rrittany Romance"
by William B. Frledlander.are a clev
er pair. Mary Cranston is a star mo
tion picture artist, having been fea
tured with Sidney Chaplin. At the
beginning of next season. Miss Crans
ton will be a ss o c ! a t ed with Fa mous
I 'lay prs. 1 ltld and Adams in "Mys
teria." a miniature comedy and Tur
ner Brothers complete the bill. Pathe
News opens the show with its usual
Thn feature picture opening Sunday
night in the big double bill will be
"Midsummer Ma dness." the story of
two married couples who get roman
tically Involved. .
The daily use of the Sozp cleanses and
purines the pores of the skin, thusprevr:nt
ios blackheada and pimples. The Oint
ment used occasionally, as needed, soothes
and heals any irritation or roughness.
They axe idea! for the toilet as im aiso
Cuticura Talcuax fa perfuming.
SasrsU ImI rrv.Vr Ifsil. ArMnrM- "Cr'Jti TT.
arl ,Dapt.lTw MiH S. afaaa." Sold mvciy
wttaia. SoapBV. Ointment tSaad ftc Tale-arc 15c.
t Cubcart aaap ihwn without mag.
Will Sing At
A great treai in store for the music
lovers of Bridgeport will be rendered
by the famous Lotus Quartet of Bos
ton, at the Casino, June 3rd. They
will be assisted by the well known
reader. Miss Ethel Hinton. Lotus
Male Quartet: Robert Martin, first
tenon: William Hicks, second tenor;
Nelson Raymond, baritone; Frank
Connell, baas; accompanist, Oeorge
Hal. The program follows: "Hark
the Trumpet, " Dudley liuok. Lotus
Quartet; "Dialect Stories," Dam-ro-sch,
Miss Hinton; "Danny Dee
ren," Mr. Raymond; "Sweet Oene
vieve," "Nellie Gray,-' 'Rosary. by
request, Lotus Quartet; "Slippery
Ely," Taxbell, Miss Hinton.. "The
Barefoot Trail." Phelps, Mr. Connell;
"Invita-ion "Waltz," Huffman, Lotus
Quartet: "Impersonations," Miss Hin
ton; "The Spirit Flower," CamUell
Tryston; "Ladonno K Mobile," Rig
oletto "Verdi, Mr. Hicks: "Sunset" (by
request), Vandes Water, Lotus Quar
tet: dancing, Speidel's- orchestra.
The entertainment is under the
auspices of the Howland employees
Tickets are 5 5 cents. They may be
procured from any member of the
Ktore force, and at the following mu
sic stores: Steinert's, Fox Piano Co..
and Hart and Seeleys.
Cnsuries Ajuuck wv nite, i"uuii-ai iecLurer lliu turmtr (dMLor ot ine Cuurcu
of the Social Revolution in New York, who once served a term in prison for
burning th Aemerican flag, was taken from his bed in his mountain shack In
Marlboro, N. Y., by twelve men and coated with tr and feathers, after having
been severely beaten for alleged mistreatment of his young wife, whom he
married in France a few weeks ago. Mrs. White, whose father is chief
chemist for a large automobile factory in France, has left her husband's
abode and is seeking an nnulment of their marriage on the ground that it
was accomplished by fraud.
HARDY PLAYS ON
WEST END COURT
Samuel Hardy, The captain and hero
of the recent Davis Cup Team which
sailed to Australia and with Tildeu
Johnson and Washburn captured the
Davis Cup, the emblem of the world's
championship in tennis, will be in
Bridgeport in the interest of tennis
Friday afternon and evening. He
will demonstarte at the courts of the
y. M. C. A.. Colorado avenue, between
Fairifeld and State, from 4:30 no 5:30
in the afternoon and all who would
like to see him play and meet him
are invited to come.
At 7:45 in the Y. M. C- A. building
he wil show the Strokes, spenk on the
best tennis court strategy, show pic
tures in action of the world's greatest
players and tell anecdotes regarding
the geratest players and matches in
the history of tennis.
Hardy is a splendid speaker, a man
of modest but very wining person
ality and perhaps as great an author
ity on tennis as there is in America
today. This is well illustrated by the
fact that the United States Lawn Ten
nLj Association chose him to captain
and manage probably the team of
greatest players America. has ever
sent abroad to capture the world's
championship becaues it included the
great Tilden and Johnson. How well
he did his work is history now as the
cup is back in this country where we
wi'l defend it this summer against
the invasion of the great players from
the entire world. Everyone interested
in tennis, including ladies, are invited
to the Y. M. C A. to hear and meet
The schooner Mary Ann arrived in
this hartor Monday from Nava Sco
tfe. -with 470,000 feet of lumlber on
board for the Frank Miller Lumber
The World War "Veterans will hold
a parade of the unemployed ex
servicemen on the night of July 6.
The Daily Delight
Millions enjoy the Matchless
because of its exquisite flavor
Several new suits were fil-od in Su
perior court yesterday afternoon. The
Stamford Trust company sues Sher
man P. Bunker, a foreclosure on a
mortga-ge note for $1,000 orlgi nally
executed by George Gray on Oct. 14,
1913, now in the possession of Bunk
er. Fra nk F. Jessu p su e.s Ia n iel "But
ler McKeithen and Eliza McKeithen
for foreclosure on a note for $3,000.
Samuel Frost bnings suit against
Jacob E. Berger to recover $1,S23.17
on note given April 1-1, last.
Charles P. Schroe-der has brought
suit against ohn J. Desmond for fore
closure of mortgage. On Sept. 9,
1919, the defendants exectited a note
for $3,700, on which an installment
with interest due last September is
claimed to be in arrears. Stamford
parties are involved in all the fore
JUNE WHITE SALES
Shantung Suits and
Frocks Are New
They make their initial bow in the
money savings June Sales. Hand
somely tailored Shantung silk suits,
featuring the new long coat. $32.50
Shantung Silk Frocks, Quaint little
drosses with full skirts shirred under
tight waists with square collared ncek,
Leather belts. $25.
Hand Embroidered Linen Dresses
as in m , i
Ray Grimes, who ranked second
among National League batters, yes
terday, has dropped out of the "fig
Five," today's leaders being a fol
lows: Hornsby St. Louis, .413; Mc
Henrv, St. Louis, .386; Johnston.
i:rook:yn. .371: J. Miller. Philadel
phia. .354; Cutshaw. Pittsburgh, .352.
American league Heilman. De
troit. .436: Cobb. Detroit. .40S: Speak
er. Cleveland. .40S; Sisler. St. Louts.
.404; Severeid, St. Louis. .3SS.
Another request for a loan of
2.n"0 with which to keep several
hundre.i men at work at the Hillside
Home will be made by the Charities
Department at a meeting of the
Board of Apportionmetn tomorrow.
A mortgage deed for a loan of
$100,000 by the Bridgeport Trust
Company to Peter Dawe on a new
theatre being milt on State street
was filed in the town clerk's office
Was Finally Made Well by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Steens, Miss. "I was al! run down
and nervous with t'emale trouble and my
B8E!$dKS$?SKSEi s!des P-ined me sc at
igggEglgllj times that I cculd
Binarcny walk, x sui
Ijfered for four years
iSi with it. Then I saw
I J U'U .i v. vex UOtlllV. - 1 .
I in tho Tionpi-cfinH T he-
jjran taking Lydia E.
H'A Pinkham's Veceta-
Ible Compound. I feel
stronger and am
able to do most of my
housework now. I
Vegetable Compiound to my friends and
you may use this letter if you care to
do so." Mrs. W. H. Blake, Route 1,
How many women, overworked, tired
and ailing, keep up the ceaseless tread
mill of their daily duties; until they are
afflicted with female troubles as Mrs.
Blake was, and are run down, weak and
nervous. But every such woman should
be convinced by the many letters like
hers which we are constantlypublishing,
proving beyond tjuestion that Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will
overcome such troubles and restore
women to normal health and strength.
Letters about your health will be given
careful attention ana held in strict con
fidence if you write to Lydia E. Pink
ham Medicine Co., Lynn. Mass.
Jersey and Scootweed Knickerbocker Suits
are the latest for Women at $35 and $39.50.
Just the thin;r for polfinp. hikinfr. camping, etc.
Continuing the White Sales of
TVash satin camisoles in pink with lace tops, 95c Corset
Embroidery Trimmed drawers. $1.13.
Lace trimmed envelope chemises, the trimming being in back
and front, $1.45.
Embroidered- crgandie bandings are effective on other models,
special values at $2.25.
"Sassy Sue' Step-in Bloomers. 98c. Sf.25 and $1.69.
Flowered white crepe night gowns. $1.95.
Week-end Special in Blouse, $3.95.
Crepe de Chine & Georgettes.
For Friday and Saturday only. Summetshort
sleeved models in lovely georgettes and crepe de
Silk Hose, Special
With hack seam. Pure
silk hose, lisle top and
foot. Black and White.
White Linen Strap
Two strap pumps with
buckle?. White ivory sole,
covered heel. v Same
model in French heeled
pump, without stitched
Made of Mrnnor rnmino1 Armvtt rf
Ideal for camp or home. Has reinforced
hardwood frame and legs. Heavy
duck canvas covering. Folds into
Strong wood frame and seat
with khaki covering. 5 9
30 inches wide.
Folding Camp Stool
Strongly made of bard- lr"ft
wood with canvas seat J53C
4 Pc. Cutlery Set
The riveted coco-bolo handles are not
affected by water and the high grade
crucible steel blades insure long.
hard, satisfactory service. Cot. "ists of
Bread Knife, Carving Knife, ring
Knife, and Cooking Fork.
The ideal machine for providing
summer music as it can be taken
anywhere. It has splendid tone
volume, is well constructed and
finished in Mahogany
or Fumed Oak. Play
all standard 10 and 12P
wai u is.- i m
("lite wellt SasiMon)
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