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THE BRIDGEPORT TIMES
Thursday, June 9, 1921 HOWLAND'S jhlntranci-s in Main Street, Fatriield Avenue, and Cannon Street Bridgeport, Conn., Thursday, June 8. 1921. Weather Partly cloudy today and Frida- unsettled. Porch Boxes Filled T-iet xls give you an estimate, our prices are most reasonable. Page Two E TO Credit Men's Annual Meet Stan Francisco, June 9 Discussions and talks on credits and finances as they affect the nation will he held at the twenty-sixth annual convention of the National Association of Credit Men to he held here June 12 to 17. Between 1,500 and 2,000 credit men and financial authorities of the coun try are expected to attend. "America's Responsibilities as ! Creditor Nation will be one of the subjects on the program for general discussion, with Henry M. HoinneoTi. president of the First National Bank of Los Angeles, CaL. making the principal address. W. F. H. Koelsch of New York, president of the association, will call the meeting to order and preside at the sessions. Vernor Hall of Dallas, Tex., will respond to the address of welcome by Gov. William D. Stephens ot California. GATHER FOR OIL DASH TO FAR NORTH ISSmonton, Alta. Jun 9. Fortnn Miters from all -paxts of Canada and 'Various parts of the United States are gathering for their dash" into the far north oil and mineral fields when navigation opens about the middle of June. Edmonton, Fort McMurray and Peace River Crossing, the latter two gateways Into the Mackenzie river basin oil fields, are showing signs of great activity with large fleets of river steamers and gasoline boats getting ready for the short summer transportation season, Edmonton railroad yards are jam ming through freight for north points and both Fort McMurray and Peace River Crosstng are experi encing unprecedented prosperity and bustle, all coming from the first wave of the oil boom. The Utile town of Fort McMurray has already doubled its population since last fall and with the opening of navigatioin t is expected to reach four times its previous size. Many new buildings are being erected, while along the banks of the river, boats, scows and lumber craft are being constructed. MONROE Ixrals Fohreribach position in Monroe. has accepted a Miss Lois Standish with a school mate from the Dantoury Normal school spent Sunday at her home in this place. Washington lodge. No. 19, held a great communication on Monday eve ning, June 6. when over 200 mem oir. wrfi nresent. The occasion was the visit of Dis trict Deputy Scofield, Past Grand Master Andrew J. HaHoek. Deputy Grand Warden Frank L. Wilder. Judge of Probate Paul L. Miller. F. W. Tracy, clerk of the Superior court; C W. Marks, associate Grand Chap lain, and. former Gov. Holcomh were present. The work was in the E. A. degree, and refreshments were served in the banquet hall- Xt is rumored that the school In the Bast Village district wiTl be closed nerxt year, the pupils (being transport ed, to Monroe Center. Only three Pomona members of armoiqr Grange attended the Fair field County Pomona meeting at Con nondale last Weednesday. Towneend Cox is enjoying a visit wfth Iris brother, Attorney Wilmot T. Cox of New Canaan. Lewis N. Thompson met with quite a serious accident toy being kicked on the knee by a horse at Samuel Kurd s last week. Although the doctor thinks there are no bones broken, he is unable to step on his foot, but :s around on crutches and it is hoped he will soon be walking again. Miss Minnie Osborne, who has been at the Bridgeport hospital for a few weeks, has returned home. The marry friends of Frank Beards ley welcomed him home after 11 weeks Mt the Galen hospital during which he underwent a serious opera tion. He was in his old place in the choir of St- Peter's church last Sun day which he has occupied for many years, and was sadly missed during his aibsence. , The children of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kendrfck have recovered from the chicken pox. ARRANGEMENT DlKl'lCTTT. TokSo, Juno S (By the A, P- -Alluding to the Japanese idea that an International reduction of armaments will have a better chance of success If preceded by a Japajieseynerican conference to fix general diplomatic poWcies. the Jiji Shimpo. today says that America's increasing fortifica tions in the Pacific, and her so?m inclv- ambitious program in the As.at mainland,'' make the arrangement difficult. Henry Waters and Bill Lee are Colby college students home from Waterville, Me-, for the summer hoi-Ways. A OPEN MEN Thousands of fine coo! union suits in athletic model and of fine fabrics: Sexton athletic summer union suits for men: Fine pin-check nainsook. Fancy aeroweave cotton. Basketweave fine cotton. Striped white madras. Beautiful silk-and-cotton. Pure white, attractive stripes, fancy patterns, fancy weaves. Different and better for they do not bind nor bag; are made with three-pice seat which gives extra strength and room and com fort; have a tapering elastic waist-band which gives extra freedom in arm movement and does away with strain and tightness. Very cool. Very light. Very fine. Very durable. No need to tell their real worth. Men, and their wives and mothers knows regular prices of ordinary nainsook athletic union suits. These are far from ordinary how far, let your eyes and judgment of quality and making tell you. Thousands of them so nobody need be disappointed-Sizes for all men both regular and stout; on sale Friday at 5c Mate floor. Women's cool knit union suits $1 & $1.25. An easy way to heal your skin APPLY Resinol as directed A audei it stop the burn ing and smarting at once. Then watch the trouble Sdoal'ydisappear. At ail iggi&ta. Resinol Mai Cm. Dft. IT. Athena union suits, cool of weave and Tight of weight and with the special features which make Athena more comfortable than usual underwear. Plenty of fulness at bust, narrowed shoulders, straps which do not slip, a seat which does not gape. According to size $1 & $1.25. Summer's toilet wares needed are ready at special price. Refreshing, reliable, tested, delightful, here is special big collection of toiletwares at prices of extra interest. Very things most needed with coming of heated Separate vests and pants of simflar style, very piece throngfcoot the year all with the special merit of mag netic price ! Toothpastes tailored as is one's outerwear 75e and 85c. Left aisle, Kolynos 3 for 50c. Dr. Lyon's 3 for 50c Pebeco 3 for $1. Pepsodent 3 for $1. Forhan's small 21c 3 for 60c Forhan's large 3c; 3 for $1.20. Mnlsified 91. DanndcriDe ; For the Hair oil 34c? cocoanut 3 for Fine white Summer woolens. To grace the many occasions upon which woolen fab ric of white is so appropriate; and of great service because! of their weight and strength and firmness. Storm serge, equally excellent for skirts and for chil-: dren's attire, 44 inches wide $1.50 Mne serges and French serges, smooth hut sturdy of Deodorants & Disinfectants Pure wool flannel, soft and beautiful but firm of texture ideal for sports wear, 54 inches wide $4 small 27c medium 36c large 69c McGrath's hair food 60c and $1. Amami shampoo 12 '4 c pksr. Third floor. Another cool men's saving. Breeze weave Summer suits and Tweed Outing crashes $17.50. Breezeweave; the men's suits that live up to their name. As cool as the breezes at the Park on hottest of Sum mer days Fine in looks and feel, light in weight and so porous in weave that they offer same comfort as athletic union suit ! Odorono 25c and 45c Mum 17c; 3 for 50c Neet 15c and 89c Delatone 79c Lysol 22c and 45c Lavoris 22c and 42c Listerine 21c, 42c and 70c Peroxide 8c 13c and 18c Useful sundries Cutex manicure sets 42c Absorbent cotton, 16 oz. roll 20c Faultless rubber gloves 39c 75c and 85c Sponge bags 39c Wash-cloth cases 19c to 6c Tourist cases 65c to $1.75. Incense burners 19c Incense, rose and violet 10c and 12c. Powder puffs, flesh color 10c Vanity bags 15c 50c and 75c White combs 45c Brushes Hair brushes with rubber cushion 79c Nail scrubs, good and firm 8c Tooth brushes, good quality, 3 and 4 rows bristles, 15c row- Center aisle, front. Soaps Cuticura 17c; S for 50c Physicians and Surgeons 9c Packer's Tar 17c; 3 for 50c Jergen's violet glycerine 8c Woodbury's 17c; 3 far 50c Resinol 17c; 3 for 50c Palm Olive 6 for 40c Laco castile 15c. Face Powders La Blache 45c Porapeian beauty -45c Djer Kiss 42c Coty"s L'Origon 69c Mavis 47c Dorin's compact rouge and der 37c Talcums Mermen's 17c; S for 50c Djer Kiss 21c Mary Garden 22c Houbiganfs 89c Comfort 20c Johnson's Baby 17c 3 for 50c Creams Daggett & RamsdeD, tubes, 9c and 19c Daggett & RamsdeH, jars, 29c and 39c. Pompeian massage, 45c and 65c Pompeian night tubes 29c Pompeian night, jars 42c Pond's vanishing and cold. Jars, 23c and 45c Elcaya 45c. Stillman's freckle 39c DeMeridor jars 23c and 45c Hind's honey and almond 34c 3 for $1. French toothbrushes Special lot of brushes rated as second choice. Splendid bristles and fine models, handles have small hurts. Three and four rows of bristles; of genuine French excellence 21c Prices that thrill now fixed on women's wraps and 8 Forgetting everything except that now is a good time to make things hum, chief of the women's wear has been busy with his Mark down Pencil ami some savings of mighty interest to women are the result. Those handsome wraps in and reindeer and tan shades. Those smart coats in sport effects and either of severe tailored finish or in dress styles, in rich colors or with pretty trimming. They've been given new prices; comparison of new with old will show just how interesting I They were $19.50 and $22.50 They were $45 and to $55 $15 were 39.S0 They $25 and $29.50 They were $60 and to $90 $19.50 $55 Second floor. Special; Victrola IX with cabinet $89.50. Victrola LX in either mahogany or oak finish; ready JJandy light mixtures, very colors and patterns that ! to plav to vour delight everv Victor record. A splendid march in step with men's ideas and with the season. ; instrument fo use at Summer home where 'twill help with Two-piece styles, plain or patch pockets, well- its merrv music at manv a pleasant dance or restful even- Tanorea so tnev n Keep meir gooa ci y Cfl shape 3 I I -W TROPIC-WEIGHT blue serge suits ! Very light and fine and cool, with all the appeal that blue Rree always bas tor men of quiet taste Sizes 35 to 46, twn-riece style $15 mg. Completed by special cabinet for records; that cabinet converting it into almost a cabinet instrument. Special price for the combination $89.50 Notable lot of new dance records is available for this Summer each at 85 cents. Fourth floor. Hats with true spirit of Summer. Freshly made ready for companionship with cool love ly dresses, hats that are light and dainty and beautiful and that are marked by the cool beauty and charm of real Summer spirit. Duvetyn hats in jade and navy and gray and tur quoise, some embroidered smartly, $6.50 Baronet satin hats in white or navy with trimming of beads and tassels and ribbon, very brilliant and rich $5 Georgette crepe hats with full graceful brims and in splendid colors Felt hats of marked chic effect; m delighting- color va riety which includes orange orchid jade flame Copenhagen and white $d.jo Ribbon tarns of unique charm, white and fine colors $3.95 Second floor. Colors will glow on everv beach! Bathing suits and real swimming suits for women are gayer and brighter and more alive with color and beauty than ever. 'Tis to be a color ful season at every beach. See the dash of orange in these suits of fine jersey. Note the rich glowing blue shades. See the touch of gold ! And how every suit has been made to give freedom to young women who enjoy a real swim. $2 to $10 Fine silk suits, lovely green or rich blue or demure black; and a fine combination of navy with gold $16.50 Children's bathing suits of jersev, one-piece or sKirtea styles, lively and fine con trasts of color sizes 2 to 14 $1.75 to $6 Swimming tights for womai- at 75c and .$1. SPECIAL SAMPLE SUITS, hardly two of a pat tern and with a number of rare distinction and style; worth far far more than their special $ nn'cp nf -wool at $3 and cotton Main floor, rear. L " Second floor. THE HOWLAND DRY GOODS CO.