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THE BRIDGEPORT TIMES Monday, June 27 1921 ma UPON A TUBE THERE WERE NO DOCTORS! Bcfm t Bmfc (btn'i Un. (Mm Preack hmriatkBdhr TW C Ninety per nreventanie. cent of all disease is so doctors Bay. xjat etc pit; .food, exercise -wisely, sleep nmcieoUy, and "what is vitally im portant make sure of tbo daily, regular tharoogh elimination of body waste, and the chwncfa are nine to one that you Trill keep weH, work eiSoently and enjoy fife. Bowel efiminatrjn of food and tTy waste to all-important. But in e e of ir regularity, disordered or imperfect action do not make the common mis take of taking harsh, violently acting medicines, with' the idea of forcing the bowels to act. Nature believes in mild methods. She responds best to persuasion. So in selecting a simple remedy to regulate and assure proper bowel action, you should not use harsh or violently acting remedies, no matter how much has been claimed for them. You should choose some well known, time tested, trial proven remedy, that has made its reputation by being used for many years, by all sorts of people, all over tile -world. Take Beecham's Pills for example. Beecham's is a household word, has been for many generations. Beech am's Pius is a household remedy, hasieenf oroverhalf a century. People 3t only take Beecham's but recom mend Beecham's to their friends. Their use is handed down from fatter to son or from mother to daughter, from one generation to another. Did you ever hear any plaint or criticism of Beecham si i that a pretty powerful endorse t of their worth ? Druggists glad to sell Beecham s. ! "UNWRITTEN LAW" OF AMERICA INVADES . FRANCE JURY ACQUITS YOUTH WHO KILLED HUSBAND OF WOMAN HE LOVED By NEWTON C. PARKE, I International News Service Staff Cor respondent. . . Paris, June 23. Prominent French- men and worn -em, including- the conn- I f wy s leading lawyers, writers and j parliamentarians, have suddenly plunged into a controversy over the j application f something akin to the 1 American "unwnUcn law," but i broadened to include every kind of so-called "love murder." The discussion arose over "the ac 1 quittal of a young engineer who shot and killed the husband of his former nijrttrtiKs m the street, without any preliminary discussion taking place. Ilis only excuse was that he loved the woman and 4hat his victim had tak en her from him. The Countess de Xoailles immedi tely 'pronounced her oainion. '"The jury was right she said. "In a crime like this, where love is so important an element, where there is so much human 'tragedy involved, a jury has the right to find that there were two victims the man who fired the shot, as well as the man who fell detid at his feet." "To acquit such people is simply absurd," replied Alfred Capus, well known FVemch writer and member of the French Academy. "They should be punished like any other murderers." De Porto Jtiche, French playwright, applauded the" verdict. "I am always happy when the jury shows itself lenient in such cases," he said. "A death sentence against the young engineer would have been mon strous." Henry Bernstein, one of the best known of modern French dramatists, took exactly the opposite view. "There should be no such thing as the 'unwritten law' or the acquittal of a person aJleged to have been sud denly moved by a great love to kill another," said Bernstein. "In most cases real love has nothing to do with the crime. It. jte simply rhe last act of hatred directed by a weak mind." Minister of Justice ' Bonnevay has taken cognizance of the controversy by introducing a bill in ParliaJnent to permit jurors to comment on all crimes and recommend sentences. At present French juries only return ver dicts of acquittal or conviction, with out comment. BATTLEFIELD TO BE PARK ICON BEE FOR STIPATIOM CHAM'S PILLS ) Yoronito, Ont, June 23. What boy J of Canada or the United States has not thrillod to the exploits of Tecum -I sen? The conspiracy of the great chief of the Shawnees to unite the Indian tribes into one vast confeder ation for a last desperate stand against the whites, a plan smnshed by Har rison's victory at Tippecanoe, is one of t he moM absorbing chapters of early A meric-m chronicle. The field where Tecumseh fouprht his last fight and where he sleeps his last sleep is soon to be transformed into a park. It is in souherr On- Chain Silk Store 1183 MAIN ST. Lease Expired Selling Out Per Yd. Satins, Georgette Crepe, Velvet, Etc. Silk Pongee 93 Sateen 29 Seco Silk 29 Sport Satin . . $2.00 Taffeta $1.39 Organdy 75 ALSO A I.AR.GK VAKIKXY OF OTHER SILKS rVDKR, COST EVERHTUiNG MUST liF SOLD tario, near Moravia town on Thames River. Thie fight is known in Cana dian annals as the battle of Moravian town, and in American as the battle of the Thames. Every day trains whizz over it on the Grand Trunk Railway, and auto bus traverse it by the Longwoods road, but few know that the farm lands that now divide it are classic ground, over which the Americans waged a hard -fought battle against the Briish and their Indian allies in the War of 1812. The Tecumseh me morial association of Moravian town has recently taken steps to co-operate with the Ontario government in con verting the battlefield into a highway park Tecumseh, according to tradition. w ir niiicu ill :unu UiiLLit; " v nii'ji, 1 from the pistol of Colonel Richard M. ! Johnson, of Kentucky, later Vice- ; President of the United States. He i was buried on the field, hut the exact location of his grave is unknown. "After the battle, said Chief To bias, of the Moraviantown Indian Re serve recently, 'thte Indians retreatted three days up the Thames. Then they sent three warriors back to bury Tecumseh. One of these, a Dela ware named Snake, was left to guard the canoe, while the other two, who were of Tecumseh's own tribe, locat ed the chiefs body and buried it. The two Shawnees told Snake where the grave was dug:, and the three Indians took an oath never to reveal 'the spot. This was to prevent possibility of des ecration. "The Shawnees went back to Ohio, where they rejoined the Prophet, Te cumseh's brother, and with him were transferred by the American govern ment west of the Mississippi. They never revisited the battlefield. Snake lived to an old age on the reserve at Moravian town. Until his death he kept faithful but clandestine watch over the grave. When the Grand Trunk Railway was built through the battlefield has was afraid it would pass over the burial place. But this did not happen, and Tecumseh still sleeps in the secret grave where his warriors laid him to rest more than a hundred years ago." escort is still visible on the railway line at Adavoyle the time is inoppor tune for forgiving and getting." The newspaper referred to the wrecking of a troop train last Friday when soldiers who had been guarding the King and Queen at Belfast were killed. London, June 2 7 While Premier Lloyd-George is planning an Irish peace conference the British War Of fice is preparing for fresh military measures against the Sinn Fein in the event that the parley fails, it was revealed today. An Aldershot dis patch says that troops, destined for service in Ireland, are being espec ially trained for "blockhouse war fare." Dublin. June 2 7 Sinn Fein leaders ; today began conferring upon the re ply which will be made to Premier Lloyd-George's invitation to go to London to discuss Irish peace. It is I probable that Eammonn De Volera 1 "president of the Irish Republic" will issue a statement in a day or j two gravely." said a Sinn Fein mern- bers of Parliament who also is a gen ' eral in the Irish Republican army, j "Obviously we cannot and De Valera j cannoa say anything offhand without due consultation." MALLKABLF HUXV TO CLOSE When the Eastern Malelable Iron Company at 19 South avenue closes late in the week for over July 4th, it it understood that the shutdown will be extended over an additional period of a week or ten days. It is not expected that the plant will be closed, any longer than that period, and practically all who are now employed will return to work. The Eastern Malleable has been af fected by the depression as have prac practically ajl other Bridgeport shops, and there has been a gradual reduction in the working force, both in plant and offices. Attention Knights of Pythias All Knights of Pythias are in vited to Mithra Lodge, No. S, Tuesday Evening. June 28th, to witness the conferring of the First Rang upon the applicants of the charter members of Colonel Harry Cutler Lodge, No. 77, K. of P. May Appoint Smuts Mediator (.Continued from Page One) i "negatives the most important condi ; tions essential to a settlement." Sir James Craig, the Premier, has . summoned a meeting of the Ulster ! cabinet tomorrow to discuss formal- ly the invitation of Premier Lloyd j George. "We are anxious t oforget and for j give," said the "Northern Whig." 'but while the blood of King George's Ml An Announcement OF INTEREST TO MUSIC LOVERS OF BRIDGEPORT OPENING Of Bridgeport's Newest Music Store Date to Be Announced Later Watch for It! We will carry at all times a complete line of musical merchandise including string instruments, band and orchestra pieces, phonographs, records, etc. While our stock is not complete as yet. we have on hand some of the best musical instruments ob tainable, which we will be pleased to have you in spect, the foremost of which is the Retola Phonograph Which is a real innovation in (he talking: machine world. Comprised wholly of wicker work, artistically decorated and electrically illuminated. It is a marvel of phonograph construction. We Will Be the Exclusive Bridge port Agents for Christman Pianos. Ausonia Music Store Branch of the Ammonia Reed Furniture Co.. of X. X. 193-195 STRATFORD AVE. Jj. SAMirm. Pres. S. MAXPRED, Treas. PIAZZI BROS. Local Mgrs. This is the First of a Chain of Stores We Contomplale Opening Throughout New England These Values For ""Bridgeport Day Only!! Prices In Effect Only For Tuesday, June 28th. As one of the leading mercantile establishments of Bridgeport, we realize our obligatioi We have served them faithfully: The Good Will we have es tablished is sufficient evit ions to the neonie of if idenee rf that? Ind Day we have put forth unusual efforts to offer RECORD-BREAKING VALUES. Everything offered is an value; Everything is reduced far below its regular selling price. Buy all you need, for you can get whatevc "Terms To Suit Your Convenience." While you are in Bridgeport Make Hadley's Your Headquarters ! ! ie l.ommunitv. for Bridgeport extraordina ry ;r you want on GOLDEN OAK DINING TABLE AND FOUR CHAIRS I COMl'LKTE S"QT5 Te.-msToSuitl) The Table measures forty inches In diameter and sin be extended to five feet; Has solid Pedestal, as shown. Four neat appearing Wood Seat Dining Chairs are also included in this Set. A Bargain that is sure to impress you! DRESSER, BED. SPRINGS AND MATTRESS COMPLETE I Terms to snltj SgTS Terms To SuiT, This set consists of a full sized Golden Oak Dresser, Full sized Iron Bod. as shown, all Metal Spring ami Hadley's Special Soft Top Mattress. Such an outfit was never offered for so low a price as in the "Bridge port Day" Special .Sale. PHENOMENAL VALUE THREE PIECE PARLOR SUITE COLONIAL THREE PIECE SUITE CHOICE OF WOODS ITerntsToSui, ! 54975 TermsTo SuitTj 1 COMPLETE This attractive Suite includes Settee. Chair and Rocker With Ma hogany finish Frames as shown, and Seats and Backs upholstered in Brown Imitation T Mill I Ordinarily such a Suite sells for double this amount '. $ggs fTet-rrisTb Suit fj Walnut. Oak, Mahogany or Ivory Finishes Suite includes large Dresser, Chiffonier and Full sized Bed. Every piece a perfect product Mirrors of excellent oualit.v. Come to Hadley's "Bridgeoort Dav" and see this Suite SURE ! ! ' MAHOGANY FINISH. CANE AND VELOUR SUITE EIGHT PIECE GOLDEN OAK DINING ROOM SUITE 175 COMPLETE COMJ'liETE Terms To Sutt ! We have not been able to make an offer such ns this one since 1914. Buffet, Extension Table, and Six Strong Iinin; Chairs are included, in this Snlte. Every piece of g;ood construction and nice appearance. $9350 TermsTo Suiil This Suite includes Settee, Arm Chair, and Fireside Chair similar to illustration. Each piece has cane back and sides with seats upholstered in fine Velour. The frames arc finished in Mahogany and have carved decorations. I J BSL.' , ''II m'i ! t hHM H ilLIIHfl IIMA N mm fk TYT ' IMiI ! s798 mi nmmmmmmmm I L ' 'l"l,iyi());iHM'!;;:iii!;aM V' I GENUINE PLAITED FELT MATTRESS Another UK; VALli: In I weisht, genuine Plaited Felt Mattress well made and sewed Roiled Ede Fancy Art Ticking. A most popidar article at the most attractive price ever quoted: BIG LOT OF BEAUTIFUL FLOOR LAMPS 1 C 5 Yp.rmsToSTIitT! RAG -RUGS YOUR CHOICE Every one knows the beauty and ser vice in a Rag Rug! The ones on Sale are offered in your choice of colors. They arc -7 x 54 inches, closely woven and have Tassel Fdges. CHOICE Think of it your choice of an unusually large variety of fine Floor Lamps at $16.75 Complete with beauti fully turned Mahogany Base (long Silk Cord) and (ien uuie. 22 24 or 26 inch Silk Shades in Rose. Mulberry Pink. Blue, Gold, etc.!! Never berore was such a Value offered you! Call early and get your preference! SET OF GLASS BOWL WITH COYERS SPECIAL GENUINE FEVTHER PILLOW 79 CENTS Lowest price ever! 19 x 2" inch Feather Pillow covered with Heavy A. C. A. (striped) Ticking the kind that usually sells for S2.50. - 12 QT. WHITE ENAMEL DISH PAN 83cents White Knamf! inside and out Strong handles, as J illustrated. A staple item that is usually sold at l more than double the price. J of W CHOICE OF ALUMINUM 49 CENTS I'lLCES s1 oo COMPLETE Refrigerator Rowls Something tliat every Housewife treasures! Set in cludes three sizes: 0. 7. and 8 tnchSQ (across top). Each with Cover as shown. Hea, y. clear glass. BRIDGEPORT Any of htesc pieces Four Quart, Preserving Kettle, Three Quart Saucepan with Cover or Three Quart Berlin Kettle with Cover at the above price "BRIDGE PORT DAY".