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IUIIIIIIIIIM1IMII!llllinill1IMIUIiJMIIMIIimill!llllllllllllll!llllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 II 1 1 III 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 III 1 1 II II II 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 II I II 1 1 II II III 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 II 1 1 1 IIII 111 1 1111 II 11 1 1 1 1 II I 111 1 1 1 1 III! 1 FREE!! CLES Bridgeport Evening Times Makes Greatest Bicycle Offer In Contest r Open To All FIVE 'INDIAN' MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM Boys Girls en Women An Opportunity! Summer is with us ag-ain and the thoughts of every boy and girl turn to vacation. Knowing that during the summer months the desire to own a bicycle is keenest in a boy's mind, and in an effort to provide a way for every boy and girl of Bridgeport to salkfy Ibis de sire, The EveningVTimes pre sents the opportunity to se cure the best bicycle made without cost. For a great many who work during vacation, a wheel is an asset, and above everything else it is no doubt the one greatest source of pleasure to every boy and girl. In all -parts of the country one sees evidences that the bicycle is steadily winning back its old-time popularitv. In fact the ' bike;' the old reliable ''bike," is more pop ular than ever before. In-these days of hustle, when time is a big factor in their daily life, millions of Americans have found the bicycle an efficient means of transportation. A healthy body makes a healthy mind Pay No Money Collect No Money XrTESTANTS pay no money, collect no money! Simply secure 38 signatures on the subscription blanks furnished by The Bridgeport Evening Tunes Bicycle and Sporting Contest Dept., turn them in, and as soon as your thirty-eight subscriptions have been verified you re ceive your Indian. The con test will be open until Aug. 1st, 1921, but you get your Indian as soon as your sub scriptions are verified. Try For Yours Now! Bicycling is exhilarating sport one of the finest health giving, mind stimulat ing and enjoyable exercises of all. Physicians recom mend bicycle riding, recog nizing this delightful sport as a body builder. Bicycling develops the muscles and or gans of growing boys and girls, keeps them out doors, builds them up strong and rugged. It keeps grown folk agile, supple and refreshed. ANOTHER AT OFFER! Boys! Win A Baseball Uniform, Glove, Mitt Or Other Equipment By Obtaining A Small Number of Subscribers. Junior League Teams, 12 to 14 Years Old Fully Equipped With the Cel ebrated Reach Sporting Goods. Get Busy Boys and Sign the Application Today at The Times Office, 179 Fairfield Ave. WHY THE TIMES SELECTED THE "INDIAN" BICYCLE We desire to give the best and so after looking- over several other ' makes, picked the Indian because of its superiority of construction, which is carefully supervised by the best engineers, skilled in bicycle building. Indian riders are proud in the possession of their bicycle; proud in 'the knowledge that they are riding the finest that can be made. Each contestant must file his or her name at the office of The Times and receive a subscript ioirbook for number of subscribers necessary in Bicycle or Sporting Goods Contest. Apply at Bicycle-Sporting Contest Department. TIMES PUBLISHING CO. 179 FAIRFIELD AVENUE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Date. . ......... Bicycle-Sporting Goods Contest. "Accept my entry to the Bicycle Contest and upon presentation of this application at your office please give me complete instructions for receiving an "Indian" Bi cycle without paying or collecting any money. .Name t Address Asre. Tel. No . In Choosing Your Player-Piano Be Guided By the Judgment of the Great Operatic Artists and the Greatest of Musical Experts Who Have Chosen AUTOTONE "The Perfect Player-Piano ' 9 A Plaer-Piano must, have unusual merit to be chosen by practically all the great operatic artists for use in their homes and to win from the greatest of musical experts the title of the "only perfect Player-Piano." To the AUTOTONE belongs this distinction. It is truly a wonderful Player-Piano and its price is very moderate for an instrument of its quality. It contains within itself the most perfect of player mechanism which enables anyone to interpret any musical composition with individual feel ing and artistic expression. The expression devices by which this is accomplished are possessed only bv the AUTOTONE. The AUTOTONE is built in its entirety both basic piano and player mechanism in one factory and the complete instrument is guaranteed by Hardman, Peck & Co. Let Us Show You This Wonderful Instrument and Tell You How Easily You Can Own It. Terms Will Be Arranged to Suit Your Con venience and There Is NO Interest Charged. We Will Make You a Liberal Allowance on Your Old Piano Taken in Exchange. Word Player Rolls All the latest releases regularly priced CC at uur price wr Instrumental Rolls All tbe latest releases reg. priced at 9QC ouc iur price as You SSMdgt Prefer lagSDGEr- iKM WILL UNITE ALL FACTIONS 0 LOCAL JEWRY Indian Bicycles, also Reach Sporting Goods Are Exhibited at Bridgeport Cycle Co., 109 Gilbert St, Opposite Y. M. C. A. 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiimmiimmimm The local Keren Hayesod Bureau aims fo unite all the factions of Jewry in Bridgeport for the upbuild ing1 of Palestine. The cause, as such, has the unanimous support of the Jews of Bridgeport and will thus serve to unite them in a strong" or ganization, not only for this particu lar fund, but for any other worthy purpose which may arise. Every Jew in Bridgeport will be approached by the local committee and asked for His contribution to the Keren Hayesod in accordance with the resolution adopted at the last Zionist conference held in London. A start was made in this campaign at the mass meeting held in the Lyric theatre last Sunday when $15,000 in cash was collected and pledges made for much more. It is hoped that at least a hundred thousand dollars can be raised in Bridgeport. The Keren Hayesod is the incor porated agency of the World Zionist Organization for rebuilding Pales tine. The Keren Hayesod proposes to raise $100,000,000 to lay the foun dations of the Jewish National Home. Bveny Jew throughout the world is called upon to contribute to the Keren Hayesod his utmost, guided by the lofty standard of the "Maaser" (tithe, a tenth part) of his or her income for five consecutive years. All monies collected by the Keren Hajyesod will be expended in Pales tine, through appropriate administra tive and executive bodies, approxi mately as follows: (1) One-fifth Cor 20r;'c of the whole) in the purchase of land and. its preparation for settle ment by Jewish agriculturists (through the Jewish National Fund). (2) A third (or ZGVc rf tne whole) of the reforestation re mainder in public works of na tional utility, such as drainage of marshes, general sanitation, road building, and construction of workers' houses. (3) Another third (or 26 of the whole) in organizing immi gration (including homes and public kitchens for immigrants, maintenance of hospitals, care and comforts for Jewish soldiers, social welfare institutions, and, above all, education. (4) The last third (or 27 of the whole) will be exclusively de voted to undertakings of a com mercial nature, on which under takings a yield of interest may be reasonaibily anticipated such as utilization of water-power, ir rigation, and credits for house building, industry, trade and ag riculture. This last portion of the Keren Hayesod will be administered by the Economic Council, of which Sir Al fred Mond Is chairman. Contributors of the Keren Hayesod will receive certificates stating the amount paid and guaranteeing a pro porriorrate share of the profits of un dertakings of a commercial nature administered under the direction of the Eeconomic Council. Among those who have already contributed are the following: li.QOO. Frank S Cohen and Schnee fc Schnee: $.r00. Louis Buumrind, Jacob Miller, t)r. M. T. Horwitz; $400, Lavid Schine. Samuel Zimmer, Dr. A. Bernstein, Xr. M. I. Horn; ?300, Jacob Karpilow; $250, Julius Fleischer. $200, Michael Hoffman. Resnikoff Bros., Louis Chamoy, J. V. Zeigler, Jr. J. W. Oierber, Louis Cohen, Harris Katz, Louis Silverstone, Wm. Rappa port, Charles Mellitz, A. Katz, EH Lifshitz, M. Poliakoff. $100, Samuel Sherman, J. A. Mer son, David Apstein, Joshua Meltzer, 1-ouis Yurdin, Edward Schine, L. Sal witz, Wm. H. Bemzel, H. Masch, Hy man Cohen, Sam Lifshitz, Nathan Buchman, Dr. H. A. Neumann, Meyer Antel, M. J. Cohen, Dr. L. Smirnow, Dr. M. Carl Beck, Benjamin Rosen blatt, Max S. Byalis. Max Stein, Si mon Bauer, Maurice Schack, Samuel Con en, Samuel Mellitz, Hyman Schine, B. Hoffman, L L. Islowit J. 3. Weiss, $ 50, A. Greenspu n, Jacob Ilkowifc Samuel Klotnick, Louis D. Biers, .Mr. Saden, Jacob Raport, M. Rosansky, Max Framson, Rev. II. Kotler, A. W. Lifshitz, Archie Linder, I. Nyden, Henry Weingarten, Herman Bern stein, M. L. Schwartz, Abraham. Sinrod, R. Leibowitz, A. Fytelson, Aaron DeVorken, Mrs. J. W. Zeigler, Adelaide Zoiglrr, Rev. A. L. Lederer, Mrs. Rae Hem. Louis Klein, George Byalis, Morris Cohe, Wm. Lieff, Isaac Fleischer, Barnet Goss, Harry Brown. $ 4 0, M. Fried man. $25, I. Frcedman, D. Schlesinger, Henry Briener, Mrs. Dorothy S. Neu mann, M rs. M . Carl Beck, Josep h, Koenig, H. Reinstein, Mrs. Lifshitz, Samuel Gevurtz, Ben Lipnick, J. B. Meister, S. Grossman, A. Pious. Ed ward Kahn, Dr. Samuel VurzeJ, S. Shulkin, J. Gitter, Harry Cohen, Hy man Freedman, S. Leibowitz, A. C Felmanv Harry Frank, Rabbi N. Schoenhrun, Sarah Levinson, A. Bru stein. Max Heihman, Nathan Soloff, Mrs. J. Bauer, Nathan Wishengrad, J. A Ik off. J. Freedman, Alex FeldT man, L. Landesman, Mrs. J. Moreon, J. P. Gendel and M. Gerring. Decision Is For Plaintiff Sevrral Common Pleas court deci sions wr-re handed down yesterday by Judge Booth. In the case of John T. Klase against Aaron Bakunin, a judgment is found for the plaintiff of $530 and costs. The matter was one of real estate commission. In the case of Harry Tarlov against Samuel G- Adams the decision is for the plaintiff to recover the costs, inv asmuch as both parties to the auto mobile accident were guilty of negli gence. A judgment for the costs wa awarded in favor of the defendant in a case arising front a collision of two automobiles at the corner of Fair field avenue and Brewster street. The ;latiff was George F. Ashe and the defendant the Standard Oil Com pany. It is estimated that the annual loss bv fire in the United States Is $240, 000.000, while 15,000 lives are lost. Platinum Is nearly four times dear er than gold. As a result of more open-air sports British women are developing larger waists and flatter chests.