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I i I I m I IVIonday, June 27, 3921 TELE BRIDGEPORT TJMES Page Kine PARIS WANTS TEMPLE OF SPORT Frenchman Proposes Mod ern Olympus Seating 100, 000 Persons Be Construct ed on the Banks of the Seine. Paris. June 23. The oreartion of a -world sport capital, where all future Olympic games should take place, is urged by Franz Reichel, a well known French writer, who is trying to enlist the support of French athletic organ izations and members of Parliament. Reichel would have France contri bute th:s great center of athletics to The sporting world. He would have this modern Olympus build just outside the gates of Paris and, if oossjble. along the River Seine, so that aquatic events cnuld be seen from the Olympic stadiums. He is urging the government to act in time to have part of the new sport city built for the Olympic games in Paris in 1924. The plans of the Fn nch writer are summed up as follows: "The idea of recreating fthe Olym pic games came from a Frenchman, and it was in Paris that the. project for the first Olympic meet of modern times, the one heJd in Athens In 1896, was conceived. Now is the time for Paris to construct an Olympic city, on ancient lines. In such grandiose stylo tfiet all nations will agree to have all future Olympic competitions here. Le,t us create at the same time and v. .It h in the walls of this sport city a splendid international athletic institution, with the best instructors in the world, a real temple of sport xo which athletic youths of the world will flock as they flocked to Athens in a i-nent times. Ve should have all the most mo dern institutions, with all facilities for training and for caring for great crowds at rU.hltV.Jc events. There should be a gigantic stadium capable of seating 1 00.000 persons, with stands 100 feet high encircling the field for football and oth r athlotic games. Vnder this stadium should be greoit massage rooms, baths and we 11-furnished quarters, where the a thletes might live during competi tions. away from noisy hotels and city life. "At one side of the stadium should be another vast terrain, where young athletes could carry on their exer cises under the eyes of skillful train ers. There should be another sta dium for swimming events, one for lawn tennis, a stadium for boxing and ail open-air, as well as a covered gymnasium. "Attached to this Olympic city should be doctors who know athletics and how to give advice to athlotes." LARGE PULPWOOD RESOURCES IN ALASKA'S NATIONAL FORESTS The time seems to be ripe for the expensive exploitation of Alaskan pulpwood, in the opinion of the For est Service. United States Department of Agriculture. In Department Bul letin D50, entitled 'Regional Develop ment of Pulpwood Resources of the Tongass National Forest, the success ful operation of pulp and paper mills in nearby British Columbia, which has practically similar timber and power resources :tnd comparable transportation facilities, is pointea to as removing the speculative ele ment from the proposed develop ment The demand for paper. It is said, has increased to such an extent that it has become possible for well-organized and adequately financed com panies to operate pulp and paper mills on an extensive scale, parti cularly for making news print, ATT indiaa.tjr.ns point to a continuance of the demand at prices that should make possible profitable operations in Alaska. New sources are imper atively required, it is said, for the supply of raw plupwood. The Department of Agriculture be lieves that the development of the forest and water-power resources of Alaska is a practioBble means of in- crfing the supplies of news print avaffabie for the United States and of eventually lessening the paper shortage now so acute. The nptional forests of Alaska probably contain, it is estimated. 100.000,000 cords of timber suitable for the manufacture of news print and other grades of paper. Under careful management these forests can produce 2,000,000 cords of pulpwood annually for all time, or enough to manufacture one thiTi of the pulp products now con sumed in. the United States. TWO CASKS XOLLED After they had battled each other on the street Saturday night. Michael Avekin, of 117 'W tiliston street, and Harry Madruski. of 483 Bunnell street, were arrested on charges of mutual assault. Both cases were nolled on the payment of $10 in the City court today. Pl'IiUC WELCOME, A public welcome will be attended j to Commander-in-Chief. Captain Robert G. "Woodside, natiional com- i mander of- the Veterans of Foreign ; Wars, on his arrival here tomorrow. I He will be the guest of the Raymond W. Harris post. Mayor Wilson has I issued an official request asking for the display of national colors dunn the visit of the distinguished guest. Advertise in The Times DANGER IN JAPANESE TRADE Tokio. .Tunc 23 Danger to Jap anese trade expansion throuprh the ef forts of American merchants in the direction of China and the South Seas is sounded in an editorial ap pearing recently in the Tokio Hochi Rhimbun. According" to the Hochi the trade between China and America hrs made steady progress since the end of the war, and the renJteaitlon of possibilities in the China trade has made American merchants Jake strenuous steps to improve trade in this dir oction, as well as with the South Seas. The statistics given by the Hochi show the American exports to China as valued at $145,000,000 and the imports into America, from China at $192,000,000. showing in creases of $40,000.00 in American ex ports and $38,000,000 in Chinese ex ports, as compaxed with 1919. The note of warning- to Japanese merchants is further emphasized by statistics from the Japanese trade centers, which show that Japan's ex ports to Crriha.. totalling 410,000,000 yen, show a decrease of 37,000,000 von, as compared with 1919, while the imports from China, totalling 218, 000.000 yen, show a decrease of 102, 000,000 yen. SAVIN ROCK FIRE LOSS IS $60,000 TTew "Haven, Jtme 27 Samuel A. t)e Waltoff, owner of the Orpheum theatre at Savin Rock, which was completely destroyed when Are, evi dently set by a bolt of lightning, dur ing the storm early yesterday, threat ened to sweep the entire amusement resort known as the White City, said today that a temporary theatre would be constructed immediately and re pairs would also be made to other amusement devices which were dam aged by the fire. The loss was placed today at $60,000 and is fully covered by insurance. HI.l'Tl-: In this city, June 25, 1921, Martin Blute, Friends are invited to attend the funeral at his late residence, 170 Lee avenue, on Tuesday, June 2 8, at S:' -i. m. and from St. Peter's chr at 9 a m., with solemn, hrfr mass. .interment at St. Michael's ceme tery, a XOtiAX There will be an anniver sary mass celobraf fd at St. Charles' church on Tuesday, June 28. at 7:30 a. m. for tbe happy repose of the soul of tlio late Michael JNolan. a.p TODAY'S WANTS FOR SAUJ "--ton open delivery car, in I gooa contiiiwn, lor iw. t. au 13 j French tit-, or phone liar. 4041-3. USJ'p reo Roadster FOR SAJ.K at a bargain. Mechanically perfect- Price $225. Inquire 257 Beards- ! ley St. Bar. 6141. p25sp RKUAKD OPPfclUKD for returning "box ! of old jewelry taken from Auar: mont 22, 233 Washington Ave.; no questions asked. L! KvUR ROOMS and bath, brick house; electric light, furnace, excellent con dition. Small payment down, j .nie as rent. Box D27s BRUSH SALESMAN Oeal direct with Mfr. ; make HXK r high grade brushes, dusters, mops; lowest prices. Our men make $40-$100. Neway Brush Co., Hartford, Conn. ap FOR KENT Seven room flat, all im- j provements; garage space if desired, 35. 41 Putnam St- l27dp NoTICK TO CREDITORS FOR PRE- SRXTATIOX OF CLAIMS. In the Matter of the Dissolution of The j Atlantic Hotel Pharmacy Company of Bridgeport, Connecticut : Notice is hereby given to all Creditors 1 of the aforesaid corporation that said 1 corporation is to be dissolved and its , business closed up and that all claims ; against said corporation must be pre- j senteo to me iTusetw iur me mpw.nu ton of said corporation, by presenting fhe same to said Trustees at the office of Gould & Gould. Attorneys-a-t-Iaw, 164 State street. Bridgeport, Connecticut, not less than four months from June 16, 1321, or their said claims will be there after fore r barred. WIULJAM E. BI7RXHAM, BELLE B. TEX ETCK. JOHN A TEiN ETCK, Trustees. Today's Quandry There are many housekeepers who are facing today the heavy burden of doing: the family washing at home, and getting it done in spite of hot summer weather. There are others who wisely send their laundry to us and devote their busy hours to other and more pleasing tasks. The NEW-WAY family finished service is used to splen did advantage by many of these. Uhey like it because it is really the most economical form of complete laundry service you can find. Whether you do the family washing yourself or depend upon others to do it for you you'll find the NEW-WAY service better for yourself your family your pocket book. Have we cleaned your Rugs, Curtains or Blankets this season? If not, you ought to give our special depart ments a trial. a mess, w mm wm8R&w mm, i 1 Crawford Laundry 11 FAIRFIELD AVE. AT OOURTLAND I ,I'"M,11T,"." inTi Ml 7 " 1481 MAIN STREET P Bridgeport Day Tuesday, June 28th SHOES For Every Member of the Family At Tremendous Savings LADIES' DEPT. White Canvas Nubuck or Kid Leathers to choose from. Every style and at a price that you can afford to pay. 1.98 to $4.90 MEN'S DEPT. One small lot of Men's Black Calfskin Oxfords, Medium Round Toe, Goodyear Sewed Soles. Re duced from $5.98 CHILDREN'S DEPT. This department is loaded with every style of shoe for the Little Ones. Sandals, Play Oxfords, Mary Janes, Patent, Dull and White. Patent 2 strap Sandals. Oxfords, Brown, White and Patent Leather. 98c t0 $1.98 Cash or Credit 11057-1073 BROAD ST. iniooet-oor coy Cash or Credit Bridgeport Day Specials A few of the many money saving opportunities which you will find awaiting you here tomorrow. Bargains in Grass Rugs Jr m variety of at ractive designs ui table for any com. Will c-ive excellent service and satisfaction. Gool, sanitary and easily kept, clean. 'i-K7-G $098 iv! ft &29 8x10 ft. SSS9 Apartment House Style Refrigerator A popular style that is ideal for the small home. Made of solid Oak, Golden Finish. Outside measurements 54 inches high. 2 5 inches wide .by 20 inches deep. White enameled food compartment and galvanized IO chamber. 9x 12 i t. Sg98 Mission Gas Cooker A splendid gas cooker idea for use any time but especially desirable during1 warm weather. Has 2 burn ers one larK and one small. Frames of heavy steel and angle iron. Strongly braced and finished in black japan. DOWN GOES THE PRICES ON Excelsior Twin Cylinder and Henderson Four Cylinder Motorcycles 00 $12522 REDUCTIONS $125 r TAt last we are able to offer high-grade Motorcycles at reasonable prices. Don't wait, but order your Excelsior or Henderson today or tomorrow. You won't be sorry. Loads of sport and tours are being planned for each week, and you want to be with the boys and share in the fun. Ask for a demonstration. PRICES SLASHED ON USED MOTORCYCLES We have about 75 Used Motorcycles, of all makes, that have been taken in exchange for new Excel sior and Henderson Motorcycles. All in good ruiming condition. Prices range from $40.00 upwards. There is no excuse f or not having a Motorcycle now. Get busy, come in and ride away wtth one of these used Motorcycles. The best buy you ever saw, so don't hesitate one minute. Ask us about our Easy Pay ment Plan. Simmons AM Metal Folding Cot 'ina the IBTaous Simmons' rust-proof fabric -ing: and ia constructed, of liea-vy 4 Qft a! throughout. 2 ft. 6 in. -wide." jS0 26 Pc. Set Wm. A. Rogers Guaranteed Solid Nickel Silver Tableware A splendid set that -will give long service. The plating -will not wean off. Consists of 6 knives, forloy 0 tablespoons, 6 teaspoons, sugar spoon and butter knife $C98 Portable Phonograph Ai high grado machine with! splendid tono volume. Plays all standard 10 and 12 inch records. Finished in your choice of Mahog any or Fumed Oak. Genuine Fibre Rocker r!TTnwTn IWe axe disposing of our entire stock of new and used Motorcycles. Now is the time to take advtange ofj Ithe drop in prices. Kellogg Manufacturing and Sales Co. 615 STATE STREET Distributors of Henderson and Excelsior Motorcycles Phone, Barnum 1368 BRIDGEPORT, CONN. r- . NL Ulie. LULU- - - 1 K r table brown any or Fumed Oak. "V I Fite. Deliv ers The Store That SavesYou! im van m 110S7-1073 BieQAD ST-7 mpOSITEKMTOrrKC IQCEPORT CON' Store Closes At 6 Ml STiTE OF CONTsBXTTICUT, DistHct of BridBeport, eb. Probate Court, Jane 27, 1321. Estate of Thecla Ptanulcwicz, alfio known as Thecla I-tjwMky or Takla Stadolevioh. late of the Town of Bridge port, in said Listriet, d'--eased. The Court of lroba?e for the rHstrict of Bridgeport hath limited and allowed Bix months from the date hereof for Creditors of said Estat.. u, exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their acroums properly at tested within said time, will be debarred a reeo'ver-. Ail persons indebted to said Ectate are requested to make immeyliate payment to JOHN- J. CTTLMXAN. Exeetrtor. Address. Security Building, Bridgeport, Conn. a ;-."sr Dp y "I Saw It In the paper." rvav, "I Saw It in The limes." UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. District of Connecticut. In the Matter of: CHARLES GRIN WOOD. Bankrupt In Bankruptcy. To the Creditors of Charles Orinwood of Bridgeport, in said District, bankrupt: Thia is to (live Notice, That the Trus tee of the estate of said bankrupt has filed his final account as such Trustee with the undersigned, and that a meet ir.ir of the creditors of said bankrupt for the purpose of passing upon said ac count, and for the transaction of ruch other business as can legally come be-' fore this meeting, will be held before tihe undersigned Referee at the County Court House. Bridgeport, Conn., on June 8 1921. at S a m. "At said meeting it will be determined what, if any, dividend will be deciared All creditors who have out filed proofs of their claims must do so before the date of said meeting in order , to share In said dividend. ' JOHN KEOGH, Referee in Bankruptcy. Bridgeport, Corn.. June 27. 13H.