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THE BRIDGEPORT TIMES Tuesdav, June 21, 1921 TAG DAY TO RAISE $40,000 mmA- tag day will be held Saturday by Be members of the Memorial Baptist urch in an effort to raise $40,000, Bfb amount needed to build a com munity house in the rear of the fiburch at the corner of Maplewood jnd Howard avenues. ErUe campaign started on the 1st Jurue- and the bierg-est event in the give will be the tag day. g The proposed building will be be nn as soon as a sufficient part of file necessary fund Is raised. Ac cording to the accepted plans it will fie one and a half "stories high with & fully equipped kitchen, dining hall, Reading room, am- r"..m. lowl:ng alht-s. shower baths and lockers in he basement. On the main floor 9wi 11 be the gy m n asi u n i , with u re gu -mr size basketball court, and a large taqe for amateur theatricals. This ha'.i wUl be large enough to seat 600 people. I As soon as enough of the building s completed a number of classes for Jsoys, girls and adults will be formed. LET UNCLE SAM PAY YOUR BILLS! FLASHES The U. S. Navy Offers Work and Protection to Ex-Service Men and Unemployed. By ELIDA IiEDEtXi. 'Yl:y do you ask questions about the ships?" once asked a navy com mauler. "A navy isn't ships. A navy is MEN!" Recent Enlistments from Bridgeport's Recruiting Station DR. ANGELL IS GIVEN DEGREE ft Princeton, J ane 2 1 . Degrees ot doctor of laws were conferred at Jprirnfeton's iuiuiii' ik i-ment today up n Koland Morris, former L nited States ambassador to Japan, and to Jr. James It. Angell, president-elect f Yale University. Christopher O. Iefare, formei vice president of the American Arch itectural JjeauT: and secretary of the American Academy in Home, was given the rlpcrct f master of fine krts, and Rev. John Kelman. pastor the Fifth Awn up Presbyterian CbtJrch, New York. Thai ft" !.-?. .r of ftrnity. 20 YEAR OLD CLERK ADMITS 1 HE IS THIEF Wew York, Juno 21 i.naldo Si doli . a 20 yp.i r -! rlrk. was in j:i : i today char cor with st ' n 1 1 $ 1 1 . 0O0 ir bonds from ;h- National J'ark Bank. UV'T ntui ill uif 1 1 rv icuKi i rt , he dreamed of being a great violinist .Shortly after the bonds were missed he resigned and detectives learned tha t he had purchased two violins 'costing $2,700 and was studying un der one of the host known teachers rn Xew York. His next step was to hire a hall for a concert, and he "ftadc his de-hut before an audtencfl Sat consistpd of two critics, a dtoc- and a bank official. The critic fere unkind, so was the detoctlv (id Sidolis fortune, had dwindled In gn cents when was arrested. Bans Officials said he had confessed. Tliis is your chance to save money. From now until June 30th we are giving 10 Off on Screens and i Screen Doors Thtrd floor American Hardware Stores I ncorporat cd . Fairfield Ave. & Middle St. A1I that is Hardware and More." Hyw many men in Bridgeport can boa.st of an income of spending money of $-t.25 a week? ;- "tT'endins money" is meant money left over after all bills are paid for board and lodging, doctors and dentists. "Xt't mny," you say. No, there certainly aren't many! Add to this a steady Job, a trade, an education. leisure time; wages ;jing on ail the time, whether you're sick or well; whether you work or not; a certain amount of time off each year, and wages paid during this time. And not only that, ibut you are iven also the opportunity to travel--to see the world and all its wonders a pleasure trip for which you are paid ! ' It's too good to be true," you say. "There must be a catch in it some where! "It's XOT too good to be true and there is no catch in it. Kor this job is offered to every able-bodied American who wants it. And it's work. No strikes; no labor contro versies, and your money comes from the best paymaster in the world -L'ncle 9am! The Navy is the job. and the man or boy between the ag?? of IS and 35 years can take it for two or four or six or eight or sixteen years. Lake all jobs, the longer he remains a.t it the greater his remuneration. Only this Job has the greater advantage over all others, in this respect: When he quits his salary goes on just the game the longer he has worked, the greater is his pay on retirement. What He lifts The Navy offers to the recruit a Job paying the equivalent wage of $12.23 a day. This includes board, lodging and spending money. Thus figuring 26f days to the year and few men work more than that he earns and Is paid $3,240. Thus the recruit gets a job paying the equivalent of $12.22 a working day, but also medical and dental ser vice, and the assurance that lie will be compelled to save enough money so that at the end of the sixteen year job or, when he has learned his trade as you might he will have an income of $61. OG per month, for the first fourteen years, and then an in come of $7(1. SI per month for the i REST OK HIS L2FE1 j What other job gives such an ns 1 8 u ranee ? Most workmen are Just simply "let down" after years of f:uthful service to their employers. Occasionally they or' "pensioned" hateful word! nnd receive a pittance as a sort of charity. Iiut that isn't 1'ncle Sam's "way There's no charity about it. You do your work; you serve his interests conscientiously and you are reward ed not pensioned. Makes Him Skilled And Uncle Sam is not a stern task master. Take, for Instance, a man without a trade. t'nele Sam takes him and makes of him a finished craftsman in whatever line to which i he is best adapted. At the same time, he is given the advantages of educa tion, travel, vacations, and the best of living conditions. safeguarded from ill-health and disease. And best of all, the future of the man Is being made safe. There la ho poorhouse door yawning for him, for .when his j service is finished, he hfis an assured i income for the rest of his life. Suppose you, Mr. Header, would ! like to enlist, but you feel reluctant because you are unskilled. That j means makes no difference to t'nele ! Sam. Jt you are skilled. a.ll right; I If you are unskilled, he will MAKE I ynu skilled and hero Is how It will , hanpenl The man havlne no special trade or experience is first enlisted nn an apprentice seaman. Immediately upon enlistment he is sent, at govern ment expense, to a Naval training station, where he is given an outfit of uniforms free. This first outfit should, with reasonable care on the part of the man, last at least one year, and some of the garments should suf fice for his entire enlistment. The new man-of-war's-man is then vaccinated and Inoculated against typhoid and, after passing through a Name Geo. H. Rennison I Leroy Buckeley I W. Marsli A. Pavlik, ex-Army ' P. Margarita, ex-Navy j T. J. Murphy, ex-Army j David Berger II. Ferguson, ex-Navy i John Smalley I C. B. Jelliffe I A. Baggrio, ex-Navy f f . Cushman, ex-Navy John Iush, ex-Navy J. T. Ryan Frank Takacs i Steve Demko John Kills ' W. Slaninka Sam Frouge Harry Meyers W. T. Melia, ex-Navy W. Villella. ex-Navy Peter Dutko J. E. Menko A. J. Wargo, ex -Navy R. D. Scott A. Winaski, ex-Navy J. M. Parker G. Haggerty i I. Laucks Frank Sachy J. Klampar J. Szalankiewicz F. R. Yeager R. CI. Anderson A. Piskura A. T. Olha, ex-Navy F. R. Ijaley, ex-Navy J. lennison G. F. Leppert J. J. Williams J. G. Quinlivan, ex-Navy L.. t. Cronin, cx-Army H. Ti. Gilbert J. Plavnorky J. Robatin K. Pinko la It. Smith G. Takacs Ijoeal Men. Enlisted as Fireman Coppersmith Fireman Fireman Seaman 2nd Class Machinist Mate Machinist Mate Fireman Machinist Mate Fireman Fireman Fireman Seaman 2 c. Machinist Mate Machinist Mate Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Machinist Mate Seaman Fireman Apprentice Seaman Machinist Mate Machinist Mate Machinist Mate Fireman Fireman Machinist Mate Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Machinist Mate Fireman Apprentice Seaman Machinist Mate Hospital Corps Apprentice Seaman A pprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Fireman Machinist Mate Machinist Mate Apprentice Seaman Fireman Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Age 9 Address 7 9 Elm wood Ave. 465 Logan St. 21 200 Exchange PI. 2 5 ISO Summerlield Av. 2 3 8 56 Ogden St. 2 4 12S E. Main St. 23 7 72 Howard Ave. 22 943 Broad St. 20 60S Lafayette St. 26 2S4 Adams St. 22 186 E. Main St. 2 0 94 Goodwin St. 21 202S E. Main St. 19 7S9 Wood Ave. 2 6 22 7 Hancock Ave. 21 323 Helen St. IS 495 Fairfield Ave. 20 817 Ballett St. IS 128 N. Wash. Ave. 18 S'j Poplar St. 2 2 154 William St. 2 4 f,4 Ballett St. IS 974 Madison Ave. 21 22 9 Orland St. 21 111 Longfellow St. 20 2949 Fairfield Ave. 26 395 Hancock Ave. 19 3 54 Stratford Ave. 2S 5 4 Fairmount Ave. 21 81 Garfield Ave. 18 8S3 Hancock Ave. 19 63 Ash St. 18 57 Clinton Ave. 19 245 Jane St. 25 34 Britian Ave. 22 F79 Putnam St. IS 2885 Fair;ield Ave. 27 1S6 William St. 18 534 State St. 19 5 4 Fairmount Ave. 19 210 IJeForest Ave. 1S 129 Spring St. 2 5 640 Atlantic St. 2 9 217 Willow St. 2 7 ir2S Pembroke St. 6 27 Bostwick Ave. 6 6 Hallam St. 6S6 Shelton St. 169 Lenox Ave. It. G. Johnson ex-Army Pattern Makers School 1 34 Wilson St, . Petrahal, ex-Army John Turf ay, ex-Navy J. Latzko. ex-Navy J. Prochaska, ex-Navy M. 8. Quennel J. A. Sabo R. Worby J.W. Dyckman, ex-Navy G.H. Laiteher, ex-Army W. J. Simpson, ex-Navy J. P. Blair J. J. Reardon L. Rand, ex-Army Fred Pullman P, Downes J. J. Forte A. B. Palmer, ex-Navy R. Deschamps P. Cvik A. V, Dugas, cx-Army F. K. Prentico Name John Homa, ex-Navy M. Robstock R. E. Dencel J. E, Be vans V. Maccharoll Thos. Romatzick P. Lucanio i John Csizmar C. Belden A. M. Albln. ex-Navy G. H, Willard C. W. Hosford R. M. Reid Chas. Dubail J. J, Murpliy W. H Ferguson P. J, Lanick J, E. McCarthy P, T. Torpy R B. Boyle A. Longwius, ex-Army John Nester William Glass E. G. June J, Metzendorf C. J. McCarthy G. C. Trealor C. Monk Machinist Mate Seaman Fireman Seaman Hospital Corps Apprentice Seaman Machinist Mate Machinist Mate Machinist Mate Machinist Mate Machinist Mate Apprentice Seaman Fireman Machinist Mate Fireman Seaman 2nd Class Torpedo School Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Machinist Mate Apprentice Seaman Out of Town Men. Rating Seaman 2nd Class Apprentice Seaman Hosp. A pp. 2c Fireman Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Fireman Apprentice Seaman Hosp. App. 2c Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Fireman Hosp. App. 2c Hosp. App, 2c. Hosp. App. 2c Apprentice Seaman Fireman Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Machinist Mate Apprentice Seaman Apprentice Seaman Apprentico Seaman fa Brewster St 119 .Dewey St, 65 Hansen Ave. 2 9 Orchard St. 68 Franklin St. 3 19 Spruce St. 7 Wilson St. 6 7 West Ave. iliO Connecticut Ave. 80 Bennett St. 4 Webster Ave. 15S0 Stratford Ave. 273 E. Main St, 357 Nichols St, 99 Bennett St. 938 Madison Ave. 926 E. Main St. 60 Colorado Ave. 3 2 Colorado Ave. 206 Church St, 4 13 Warren St. Address Stratford Conn. Stratford, Conn. Stratford, Conn. Stratford, Conn, Stratford, Conn. Stratford, Conn, Stratford. Conn. Fairfield, Conn. West port, Conn. Westport, Conn. Mllford. Conn. New ftfilford, Conn. Red. Ridge, Conn. Shelton, Conn, Shelton, Conn, Shelton, Conn. Norwalk, Conn, JVorwalk, Conn, Norwalk, Conn. Noreton, Conn. Danbury, Conn. Hartford, Conn. New York, N. Y, Setauket, L. I. Paterson, N. 3. Watertown, Mass. Franklin, N. J. Mobile, Ala. 18 1 S 19 18 21 2 21 23 18 1 9 24 Z 23 24 24 1 S 33 28 20 21 19 18 1 S 6 18 Ago 1 9 1 S 18 20 20 1 8 1 9 1 9 18 1 8 24 18 1 8 IS 18 18 21 1(1 Zft 18 82 18 20 1 8 28 18 20 1 preliminary camp to make sure that he has brought no contagious disease with him, begins his training In the main camp. He lives In a barracks and takes his meals in a mess hall, together with several thousands of other young men who are also learn ing to bo sailors of Uncle Sam. His work Is varied, and comprises drills of all sorts, athletics, studies and the care of himself and his clothing. appraiic' Be Slender True way to become slender, agile, healthy, la now yours. See the pictures; the shadows are to pre yon idea of size before reduction of weight. No starving or tedious exercise. '-hvroid. no loss of time. Just V follow the simple, easy Korein m and reduce 1 0 to 60 pounds (what ever you need to) under money-refund guar antee. Safe, reliable-. rom- m ended by physicians. Add to your capability and charm. A -n axe aJ who know you. Be , come llohter In steo. vounaer . attractive, rain in health, add years t - your llfo I Take your measurements and weight often and look at yourself in mirror to know the great benefit. ron't lose any more time; start now and enjoy the thril! of becoming slender. Ask for box of KOREIN TABULES (pronounced koreen) at any drug rtore. Accept no substitute. Or mail $1.00 lo us for box; or write for free brochure. Krrsis Co, NF-68, Status X. Nets York, N. T. BSkaaPKrvtf?3c3Sa 2380 MAIN ST. Granulated Sugar, 10 lbs. Premier Dressing Larere bottle . . OflC 296 FAIRFIELD AVE. I 9c Magnolia Milk -i C I 1 Can JLe) H j Crisco -a pyc I I Can X f H WILL ASK CIRCUS TO HAVE PARADE The City of Bridgeport will en deavor to persuade the Ringling Brothers-Barnum & Bailey circus to hold one of their famous old time street parades when the combined circuses visit the city on Saturday, July 2. A resolution adopted at the meeting of the Board of Aldermen instructed the Board of Library Di rectors to petition the circus to pro vide a little old time amusement for the youngsters as well as the grown ups. The board voted to issue the $150, 000 bonds authorized in 1917 to de fray ex?nses of the pumping sta tion and sewerage disposal plant. Elmer 1 1. Havens, Jerome Orcutt and William B. Bnardman were re elected members of the Board of Li brary Directors. On the recommendation of City Attorney Comley, the board agreed rn $51.bM) as the propor assessment ot property of I.KJUise K. and Susan EL Sailer. The property on John stnret was originally assessed for STT.oSO, but .reduced to $61,000 by the Board of Relief. City Auditor Keating presented his formal report on the 800 dofirit ap propriations held up by the famous injunctions, and it was approved by the board. Plans for a. foot bridge near the Kast Washington avenue bridge were asked in a communication from the War Department, and referred to the Committee on Streets and Sidewalks. Several petitions, communicatiofris and resolutions relative to several minor matters were speedily dispos ed of. Twice a week liberty is allowed all apprentice seamen. During recreation hours the training station itself fur nishes many forma of amusement to the active youth. Thf. Mnvai -i- at C. A and other organisations, have branches at all training stations and ineir innuences are wielded for both the physical and moral welfare of the men. Cnapluins, of course are at tached and they, together 'with the Present and Future Are Cared for by World's Most Dependable Paymaster. officers and chief petty officer in structors, make every effort to keep thes urroundings and associations of the recruits up to the highest stand ard. A further duty of the chaplain is to try io keep a man in touch with His own church, whether it be Prot estant. Catholic or Hebrew; this, however, is not forced upon the man. While there is every opportunity of fered for religious instruction aboard ship, Lvmyulsory attendance is not re quired. Gets Furlough Soon. After a period of time at the train ing etation, (.which time may vary with circumstances) the recruit is ex amined and if found qualified, is ad vanced In rating and If possible al lowed a furlough to visit his home. On the expiration of this furlough he !s ordered out to a ship, where he says goodby to his probationary period and slips into his station as a real seaman. ITZh training Is not over, however. As long ok any one stays In the Navy, be he officer or man, he is constantly learning and fitting himself for higher positions. The recruit there fore finds that, although the training he has had has taught him the rudi ments of naval life, he can still learn . ometh ing now every day. The man skilled at a trade which Is of value to the Navy, may bo enlisted in one f tho specialist branches as a potty officer. His course at tho train ing station will simply bo for the pur pose of acquainting him with naval routine nnd customs. He is consider ed an expert, however, and is given every opportunity to Improve his own trade or to acquire experience in work allied to it. There are also men who have had some experience at a trade but who are not considered qualified for ira mediate enlistment as petty officers, rhese men may quickly become skill ed by attending one ot Navy Trade schools l.i e fore being sent to sea from :he training station. They spend only i short time at the station for the purpose of acquainting themselves with Navy routine nn'd customs be fore going to the trade schools. Suppose for a minute that you, Mr. Bridgeport Man -o' -wars-man, have finished two years' service and you are undecided as to whether or not to continue Here are cold facts and figures: Tf you leave the Navy, you throw away two years' savings, equivalent to $3, 240.91. which ig the cash which you can collect in your after life if you ' re-enlist and finish your sixteen years, j ! service. Tf you stay, you have a lob worth S13.45 a day plus your doctors and d-entist's care. Just Supposing! Suppose you have, served four years and don't know whether to go or not. If you decide against It, you are practically throwing away M,481.S3. Tf you remain, you have a Job worth to you $1508 ft dayi Rupnos? you have served gix years, with but ten more to go. tf you letve. you throw away $9722,73,, Tf you stay your work is paid for at the rate of J517.02 a day. f4uppon you have served eight, years with but elght more to fto. If vou drop out. you Igpp ?1 2,963.66. if you dectdp lo stay, your salary in erptises to $19.87 a. day. There's no glossing over of facts and figures In this story. All this is backed by the United Btates of Amer ica, the rtohe-s government irt the world, end H never goes b&clt Ort its word, Join the Navy and irtftke sure of thepp golden promises: 1, That you will hp fne-frorrt the fear of poverty. 2, That you will have on Income for life. ?, That fit 35 ye.rs of age you are better off than 80 per cent, of men Still alive. 4. That at 45 years of age you are better off than 05 per cent, of men still alive. 5. That at 55 years of age you are better off than 95 per cent, of mn still alive. C. That at 65 years of age you are better off than 9 2 per cent, of men still alive; ,85 per cent, of men still alive at 6 5 years of age live on some form of charity). 7. And if you died in line of duty, the gratuity and the war risk com pensafion, which are paid to your de pendents, enable, you to leave an es tate larger than about 85 per cent. Germany's casualties in the World war are placed at 6.8S8.9S2 by the commander of the American medical corps. France plans to transfer twenty five thousand houses from Germany io the devastated regions. Housewives of Bex-lin are boycot ting the Fruit Frowers Union which has fixed the price of cherries at eight marks a pound. King George has entered his rac ing yacht In thirty British regettas this summer. On July 16 and IS. the royal yacht Britannia will race Sir Thomas Linton's Shamrock at the Harwich regetta. The Britannia will not participate in any foreign regettas. of average Americans leave. Figures Don't Lie! A short study of the table given below will convince the average Ameri can with wisdom and Xorc-sight that the completion of sixteen or twenty years m the service of his country will place him In the list with a small and ?f ,GrJup of,me- The data below is taken from figures furnished by the United States Treasury Department and figures don't lie!. They prove that amin 6 an lllcome for le in addition to his earnings is far better oft than a majn who must live upon his earnings At Age of 35 fi8 KIIjIHD; 73 IXJT ItFTO. AUCTION SALE HORSES, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22 Lot of Xew Double ai il Single Harnesses. A carload of Horses from Iowa will nrrlve here Kriday. They will Include big matrh toanu and some Mr single horses and also a lot of gooA business horses. S5 good second hand horses for this auction. HAMILTON BROTHERS 326 STATE STREET Berlin. June 21 Sixty-cisrht men were killed and 73 Injured by an ex plosion, due to fire damp, which de stroyed the greater part of the Mont Genis mine, near Heme, Westphalia, yesterday. Three hundred men were in the mine when the disaster occurred. 5 have died 10 are wealthy 10 are well-to -do 40 live on their earnings 35 show no improvement The beautifu 45 55 65 16 have 20 have 36 have died died died 1JS 1 is 1 is 3 are wealthy wealthy well-to 3 are 4 are jo well-to well-to 65 live "do "do on 4 6 live 5 live their on on earnings their their 15 are no earnings earnings longer 30 are 54 are self- not not support- self sup- self-sup- inK porting porting 63 have died 1 Is wealthy 2 are well-to -do 3 4 aire depend cnt Estates at death 1 leaves wealth 2 leaves comfort 1 5 leave from $2,000 to jiu.ooo 82 leave nothing t-h beautirul part about being in I proved by the accompanying list of tne avy is tins: lour savings arc ROT-nt applicants for Navy ojppoint bein taken care of, even though you ments. These were accepted during spena every cent of your "spending money," All your clothes which com prise your first outfit axe furnished free---no small item nowadays tho months of April and May, up to Saturday, June 11. Some of the new men are ex-service you arc well-fed and housed and yet ' i "'V 5 your future la .being better cared for: " a m experience with Dy your -boss- 5i2 yutSddo Ttt Z TFSS WB 1,'Pon application, the men are sent yourself. What Hill Once Said. notei railroad mag- James .1. Hili nate, once said ir you wane to know whether you are destined to be a success or not I you can find out. The test is simple and infallible. Are you able to save money? If not drop out. You will j lose. You may think not, but you wiU ; lose as sure as fate, for the seed of success is not in you. Uncle Sam takes from you all the I responsibility of saving. You ARE a ; success because he is saving for you! j particularly active in these low- to New Haven for -examination. If they are lucky, they pass the physi- cal. mental and moral tests, for the ratio is one accepted out of every eight applicants. Upon acceptance they go to the Newport Naval Train ing school, one of the largest and most complete in the country. There they stay for a course of training that fits them for the post which they ex pect to On. Tben they are assigned to a ship, and their adventure is be gun. It iR difficult to do justice to such ebb industrial times is Bridgeport's ' -an inspiring subject within the limits FOR RESEA RCH TS STTTfTK . Paris. June 21 Baron Edmond : reRothschild. administrator of tbe j Eastern Railway Company of France. has given ten million francs to found a research institute with the object of developing science in its applica tion to industry and agriculture. Navy Recruiting Station .situated the Federal building. The personnel comprises William Bennett. chief gunner's mate, who is the officer in charge; Rws rivi, chief boatswains mate; Thomaj A. Smith, chief electri cian: aid Stewart Benchoff, chief gun -ner's mate. These men are kept busy filling th ranks, and the city and I rand in i county are contributing every day an j eager quota. I "When Chief Bennett was a young boy. before he entered the Navy, he ! was employed -on the Farmer, now j th-e Times. Then the staff also in ', eluded Charles Farnum Greene, now postmaster, and James L. McGovern. now collector of customs. All these ; men, who were then under one roof, ' are now also under one rocf the Federal building. They were friends then, and they are still friends, all working in the service of Uncle Sam. Many Applicants. That Mr helpers are not "marking time" is of a short story. Reams could b written on the Navy, its advantages and its glory. It's the most won derful history in the world; the most absorbing Arabian Night's tale; the most glowing narrative of the sea that ; has ever yet been written. Romance and adventure; work and rest all: hand ! And all this freelv offered to the i AVERAGE ABIJ5-BODT1TD AMERICAN! XEW U. S -IRISH UNB Boston, June 21 -Direct steamship f service between this port and ports in Ireland will soon be in operation, according to local officials of the i Moore & McCormack Company, of i New York. The route will be in- j ausfu rated by the steamship Eastern I Beile, which will stop here June 26 i Bennett and his force of and proceed to Cork. "Dublin, Belfast, Sligo, Londonderry and Umertck. 1 MEAT DEPARTMENT Lean Fresh Pork Chops 20c lb Centers of Genuine Spring Lamb . 24c lb Small Skinned Back Hams 25c lb FRESH SEA FOOD Large Bloater Mackerel 20c lb Green Steak Cod. ,15c lb Shore Haddock 5c lb Boiling Pieces of Cod L, , . , 121 lb Market Cod 7c lb Steak Tilefish .... 20c lb Porgies 15c lb Steak Boston Blues ( m nn 12Hc lb a Trout 20c 1 Boiling Pieces of Boston Black Back Flounders Blues 10c lb (Sliced White Halibut 25c lb: Uncooked Shrimp 28c lb B0.m.ng PieCeSOf H2a0cblb Cod 01186158 and 'onSues Steamers 12c qt 23c lb 12c lb NOTICE Free Delivery Orders for morning delivery will be taken until 5 P.M. the day previous and leave the store at 8 A.M. On the afternoon deliveries we will take orders up to 12:30 noon for all parts of the city and Stratfield. Bridgeport Public Market & Branch STATE & BANS STS. KAST MAI.v ST. PHOX ES s & s SHOCK ABSORBERS make all roads good roads. Give perfect ridine comfort, Save wctar and tear on your ear, oro ttuuif Tor all sirs. Thirty day trial. atLstaction guaranteed or mouej refunded. Price $15 a set all Fords, $40 and $50 a set heavier cars Dealers and Garage Men: I have a real money making proposition. Write for it. Bradford T. Seney "The Man Who Knows No Rough Roads" 849 STATE ST., Phone. Bar. 7647 Bridgeport, Conn. The Story of Modern Bread - Making No. 9 THESE FOUR OVENS WEIGHT 320 TONS The Great Ovens Where the Temperature is Kept at Exactly 600 Degrees These huge ovens have very thick brick walls, and are lined and faced with glazed tile. They are never al lowed to get cold, from one year's end to another, and their heat is absolutely even, hour after hour, as the thousands of loaves go through them. Thirty Minutes is the Ideal Baking Time If the bread bakes too slowly it will "settle "; if it bakes too fast it will not be done " way through," and in order to have it absolutely right, the temperature must be exadtly the same. These massive, thick-walled ovens (each one weigh ing 80 tons) are the only possible way to control the heat perfectly, and result is the remarkably even size, the bright, exquisite color, and delicious odor of our loaves. They are a wonderful sight as they come out of the ovens and are placed on the rustless metal racks to cooi. Our bread delights all healthy, hearty, hungry people, and every housekeeper can now be absolutely sure that she can get a perfect loaf, at any time, to place, before her family. Try it, and see how true this is. Ask your grocer for WHITE ROSE & H0LSUM BREAD Made by BRIDGEPORT BREAD CO.