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Monday, June 13, 1921 MENOHER ASKS REMOVAL OF MITCHELL. CIK D D) Read co CsTabJj'sJied THE BRIDGEPORT TIMES For the Summer Living Room, Sun Parlor or Breakfast Room Furniture Vudor Shades, Grass Kugs Couch Hammocks GE1T. CHAKLES T. MEJfOaBB. Charles T. Meno Maior-Gen her, Chief of the Air Service of the United States Array, has asked Secretary of War Weeks fo. the removal of Brig. -Gen. VJliara Mitchell, Assistant Chief of the Air Service. Both are officers of courage and distinction, and the differences between them leading up to the action of Gen. Meroh;r not only caused a sensation when it became known in military and naval circles, but it is feared will open another controversy. 16 PEOPLE DIE IN WEEK END RIOTS LiOrrdon, June 13 Six-teen persons Ircre killed in week-end violence in Ireland, said a Dublin despatch to the Star this afternoon. There wro several outbreaks of rioting1 at Belfast. The casualties in that city were estimated at four dead and more than 50 wounded. A civilian was found shot, to death near Liscarrol. A paper marked "spy' was pinned to his breast. A civilian was shot and killed by sol diers at Cork for disregarding an or der to halt after the curfew hour. While en route to attend mass at Kilbegsaan a head constable was killed from ambush. Two auxiliary policemen were kired in Thomas street, IKtblin. Both, rere in civilian dress at the time. An 80-year-old retired clergyman was taken from his home at Bawnboy, County Cavan, and killed. The house -was then fired. DEATHS DUE TO NATURAL CAUSES Medical Examiner S. M. Garlick has returned verdicts of death from natural causrs in the cases of Thomas Chapman, 5 S, of 225 DeForest ave nue, and Maryanna Santa Oraci, 25, of 333 Birmingham street Chapman was stricken with an at tack of cute angina pectoris, an ail ment of the heart, while on his "way tto Pleasure Beach lu a rnwbo.it yes terday noon. He died before his son could secure medical assistance. Maryanna Santa Oroci died sudden ly yesterday from a severe hemorr hage resulting from pulmonary tuberculosis. Bridgeport Briefs A 29-acre tract of land in Fairfield near St. Mary's-hy-thc-Soa, formorly part of the old Turnoy state, has been sold. Tha reported price is 525,000. Elizabeth F. Turney was the owner. Annual public F!a.g Day services of the Bridgeport lodge of Elks will be held tomorrow night in the new ballroom. Twenty thousand persons visited Pleasure Beach yest erday it has bpen estimated by officials. Several thou sand more spent the day at other shore resorts. Two first prizes in the aerial meet In Hartford, iSaturday. were won by TL, 1 Iott, oT Bridgeport. Jott won rh landing contest, and the aerial acrobatic contest. Sevenrty-fivc members of the Fourth Company. C. N. C. left yester day for their annual encampment at Camp Devens. Captain C. I Evans was in command. PIXZA. "What's Your Rr-putatien Worth ?' with Corinne Griffith, created quite a distinct hit at the Plaza theatre on its first day's showing yesterday. The tale is taken from "Snappy Stories' ami measures up as a fascinating narrative. Beautiful scenic back grounds, winter sports, exquisite cos tumes, a charming love story ana plenty of action make it a picture of real worth. It tells of a girl so im pressed by a wierd dream that sh made it come true. A. Seymore Brown. the famous song writer, together with a cast of 20 girls present an hour and a half musical tabloid entitled "Pardon Me.' The act has been produced on a very" lavish scale and is in reality a condensed Broadway musical com edy. The girls are pretty and talent ed and the principals have been chosen from legitimate attractions. A Christie comedy "Short and Snappy"; Fox News and others complete the bill. Mack Sennett's great six act com edy drama, "Love. Honor and Bo have" is the film feature for Thurs day. PRINTERS" STRIKE EXPED. Jamestown, N". Y., June 13. The strike) of the union job printers which began May 1 to enforce a demand for a 44 hour week ended today vlwn thy returned to work w-iith a 43 hour week and the same old wages. BRIG.-GEIf. WIT.T.TAW MTTCHKtX Mexico To tart Paying Old Debts Mexico City, June 13. Mexico will begin paying off her foreign dents in July after a ten years' suspension otf such payments, it was officially an nounced today. A government decree is under preparation which it is declared irill augment the government's reveiroes 20,000,000 pesos, enabling the treas ury department to make payments on the foreign obligations every six months. ROTARY CLUBS INTERNATIONAL MEET BEGINS Edinburgh, Scotland. June 13. The ntornational Association of Rotary Clubs began its twelfth annual con vention hero today and will remain in session until F"r:day. Upwards of 500 delegates from Rotary clubs in the l.'nited States were present. The principal meetings are being held In t'sher Hall, but two adjoining halls have been engaged for sectional meetings. There were morp than 900 affiliated Rottary clubs, having an es timated membership of about 65,000. represented at today's session. Bridgeport was represented by Lynn W. Wilson, Editor of The Timts. OBITUARY MAJTTHA A. SOPHR, formerly of King's Park, X. Y., died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred R. Griffith, 1ft Uovsin Place, Fairfield. The drirri a nod is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Frrd R. Griffith of Fairfield. Mrs. Charles Sammis of this city and lira. Westlyn L. Good man of Iitchfield, and on1 brother. Richard Hawkins of Aller.torwn. Pa. The fun e r;i 1 was held this aJt e moon at 1:30 from the hrsme of her-daugh-ter, Mrs. Frrd R. Griffith. 16 Rosvin Place. Rurial will be in Stony Brook, X. Y. JI0XXIK X. VK.VTOX, seventy-five, who died last Saturday at the home ,,-rlitor V-m l.,r.ti.-o n i a j buried this afternoon in Mt. Grove cemexery. service was neia at i ne funeral norr.o of Geopge P. Potter, 1183 Broad st ron. at 2 : 30. Mrs. Kenton is survived by two daughters. Mrs. Addl I'ill of Saugerties, X. T., and Mrs. Florence Valentine of this city; two brothers, Frank Hntt of New York, and Joser-h Hott of Mans field, Ohio, and one sistrr. Mrs. Cath erine Culler, of I-inco-ln. Xeb. Mrs. Fenton aT; nded the First Methodist church f this oil y. the pastor of which officiated vt the funeral. THOMAS CHAPMAN of 225 De forest avenue, will be buried Wed nesday in Lakeview cemetery. The deceased is survived by his widow and four sons, George. Edward. William and Arthur and three daugh- , ers. Mrs. Anna Foster. Mrs. Emma Groudroe and Mrs. Elizabeth Arnold. The fur: oral will be from the late home. Deforest avenue, at 2:30. A Checked Gingham Summer If you would be in style you must have at least one Cheeked Gingham frock, and as many more as you One girl is running- a color scale witih. her ging hams. "Rose color in the morning fading to pink, blue and lavender in the evening, according to the day or her temperament" one never can tell at rosy dawn how the day will turn out. Red, rose color, pink, blue, brown, black or laven der evenly checked with white, depending for variety on the way collars, vestees, cuffs, sashes or pockets are applied. Charming models this week. Good quality, per fectlv made, $15.00 Second floor New Gingham and Tissue Frocks for "Intermediates" 14 and 16 years Simplicity, the keynote of style this season, is the foundation of every dress displayed in the Junior Shop. It matters not, whether it is a gingham intend ed for morning play, or a dressier model for afternoon garden parties, there is that "something" winch gives to each frock its own individual touch of style. Imported Ginghams in small black and white checks, and broken checks of blue with white and a line of red are cleverly combined with white organdie. The skirts are full, while the waists are plain straight affairs with deep organdie collars edged with a fold of gingham. Organdie sashes piped with gingham tie in back, 812.50 and 16.50 Lavender and white check, a stylish little ging ham with a fidl skirt and a long straight waist which has buttonholed slits at the waist line through which passes a narrow patent leather belt. A shaped organ die collar and cuffs are trimmed with lavender hem stitching, $8.95 Frocks made of soft tissue cloth, old blue or mig nonette green crossed barred with white. Full shirred over-skirts are edged with deep band of white organ die. A deep "Bertha" collar on waist is edged with organdie. Narrow black velvet girdle, $17.50 Junior Shop, second floor P. N. Practical Front Corsets This Corset has an elastic vest that clasps in front over which the corset laces easily, adjustable to any figure. In several models, with an elastic top for the slight and average figures, also a medium .top for the larger figure. Prices from $5.00 up Second floor Bathing Bags Of size to contain suit, towel and other acces sories. These are of flowered cretonne and chintz, rubber lined, $1.50 and $2.00 Those at $2.00 have extra pockets for towels, shoes, etc. Art Section Feather Fans for graduation gifts New arrival of small, dainty feather fans in white, pink, blue and maize. Prices are rea sonable for such good qualities, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00 up to $5.00 Main floor, center aisle Ok D n Read co both of Massachusetts, and one son, Harry Xelson. WUJ.IAM A. NELSON. The fun eral of William A. N'elson, sixty-nine years, of 124 Savoy street, was held at 9:30 this morninfr from the late home. The body will be taken to Sterling. Mass.. for burial, in which city he lived before coming to reside in this city five years ago. He is sur vived by two sisters. Mrs. Annie Whtt&ker and Mrs. Ella. Newton. ANTHONY BrESZKZAK, thirty -three years, was buried this morn: in St Michael's cemetery. The funeral was held from the funeral parlors of Rourke & Boucher, 335 Washington avenue, at 7: SO and a half hour later i solemn high mass was celebrated in St. Michael's Polish church on Sterling street. for the deceased NO rXQCBST ON EYDRES. At the beginning of summer, and early in June, one must arrange the out of door living room if the family is to have a pleasant, agreeable and healthful season. Fortunate are they who possess a room sized porch, no matter how small, where with the aid of appropriate furnishings meals may be served, and where the family may receive guests in comfort. One may begin with floor coverings. The Summer Kugs Made of woven grass, either plain or stenciled, in restful greens, browns or olive. These come in four dimen sions, as follows : Size 4.6 x 7.6 $ Size 6x0 S 9.50 Size 8 x 10 $14.00 Size 9 x 12 16.00 i 1 'WWvr Fourth floor. Furniture, such as Chairs, Rockers and Settees Of Wicker, Reed or Chinese Grass are very pleasing to the eye and agree able to use. Tables for tea, breakfast or lunch eon. Fourth floor. The Couch Hammock is almost a necessity And this year it is decidedly an ele gant piece of furniture. In tan or soft gray bordered with cretonne to com bine, or in awning stripes of subdued tone, often with a padded back in addi tion to the tufted mattress. The ham mock is really as comfortable as an over-stuffed davenport. Prices from $ 1 5.0 0 UP Woven Hammocks which can be slung on the porch or between trees on the lawn by one person, $2.50 up Third floor Where there is too hot sun The Vudor Shade screens the place acceptably, and also will convert the porch into a sleeping room if desired. The shades are ready to hang, no meas uring, adjusting of screws or screw driver required. In these dimensions: 4- ft. wide x 7 ft. 6 inch drop, $ 4.40 5 ft. wide x 7 ft. 6 inch drop, $ 6.50 6 ft. wide x 7 ft. 6 inch drop, $ 7.75 7 ft. wide x 7 fffl 6 inch drop, $ 9.40 8 ft. wide x 7 ft. 6 inch drop, $10.50 9 ft. wide x 7 ft. 6 inch drop, $12.50 10 ft. wide x 7 ft. 6 inch drop, $13.85 12 ft. wide x 7 ft. 6 inch drop, $16.75 Fourth floor. There is Some Porch China Chintz and cretonne patterns, flow ered plates, bowls and tea service. Sets for tea punch or lemonade are of glass. Seven piece Sets consist of covered tankard and six glasses. Class Spoons with long handles,col- ored tips and bowls if one desires to have them. Basement. Bloomers for women, misses and children Nainsook and batiste in either white or flesh tint. A variety of styles that have been priced from $1.50 to $2.50. Now selling, $1JB, 91.25 and $1.50 Children's sizes,white and flesh color, 50 cts Second floor Muslin Drawers for children, 2 to 14 yrs. Good quality muslin, made straight-leg style and trimmed with em broidery. "Were 50 and 59 cts. Now 39 cts Second floor "Sanitas" Luncheon Sets and Cloths Five-piece Sets, in cluding centerpiece and four oblong doilies, $1.25 a set Thirteen-piece Sets in bluebird, fruit, flower and some Japanese de signs, $1.25 and $1.50 a set Luncheon Cloths,round and square, 54 inch size. These have bluebird and colored geometric de signs, $2.50 each Art Department Copy Any Dress You See! The McCall Quarterly Provides the Style ! The New McCall Pat fern will show you how to sew. If you sew, you may as well make vour things in style. The McCall Book of Fashions for Summer will give you splendid ideas for making- your summer ward robe, and show you new ways to add fresh charm to last season's fropks. The new McCall Print ed Pattern has instruc tions clearly printed on each piece, making sew ing wonderfully easy and much more success ful. Pattern Counter third floor ax did Read Co CmftSaHcl ten Ox D ro Read co Because evidence of suiced -was so evident Coroner John J. Phelan will not hold an inquest into the death of Adoiph Endres. 68. ci,?ar maker, who killed himself last week by inhaling illuroinatingr gras. Advertise in The Times MAY HAME THRKE KEW CAItDTKAI-S Rome, June 13. Creation of three new cardinals was expected when the Sacred College convened today at a secre1: consistory. It was understood that Monsipnor Tacci PorceJli, the pa pal major domo; Monslgnor Ratti, he nuncio of Poland, and Monslgnor Laurenti, secretary of the congrega tion of the propaganda, would be named to receive the red hat. SITS IX SPECIAX, SESSION". Sitting in a spodal session Man. Joel Reed will hear this afternoon a case that has been on th rtocket of Fairfield county since 190 4, the action mt Zigmund Ruthowski vs. the Bridgeport Chain Ox Don't Sav "I Saw It In the paper." Say, "I Saw H in The POBM I'ROTWnVK ASSOCIATION" New York, June 13. - Formation oi the Trade Protective Association. ln; oorporated, to protect shippers front thefts of ocean freight, was announce today by the merchants' association cj N'tw York. Lsses from robberies of ships bmt amounted to millions of doli&ra an nually and insurance rates against such risks were declared to be almost Drohibltive.