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CIGARETTE Delicious! Why? Because it's toasted to seal in the flavor. It's toasted. - to ; 10 Washington, July Mi.Considerable resources 8.re available in this cowl-- try for famine relief work in Soviet Russia should that country agree to release American prisoners, Secretary Hoover said today. Correspondence with Gorky, Mr. Hoover explained. was carried on through unofficial channels. The tele gram of yesterday was transmitted by relief administration agents tit Nelsingfors and Riga. Genuine dis r tress exists in Russia, Mr. Hoover added, with more than tt million chil dren needing food, but because of the uncertainties of communication t he thought it 'would be several days before a reply was received from Gorky Reports variously estimate the number of American prisoners 12411V held in ltula, at from nine to 20, Mr. Hoover said The names of nine of these are not definitely known. 1È' 4- '',' :P. , lak . Tuesday, quly 26, 1921 RUSSIA MAY ACCEPT FOOD MOH AMERICA Resents Offer, However, Be cause It Is Conditional on. Prisoners' Release. Riga, Letvia, July 28.--frhe tele gram sent by Herbert Hoover. as head of the American Relief Ad ministration, with regard to aid for the starving and sick of Soviet Rus sia. was handed to M. Ganetsky, So clet minister to Letvia and forward ed by him to Moscow this morning. Though the decision rests with Mos cow, the opinion ta expressed in So viet circles here that Mr. Hoover's terms probably will be accepted; , The Soviet officiala In Riga resent' the offer as being conditional on the release of prisoners. One of them characterized it -as '"weighing seven or eight prisoners against a million lives," but he expressed the opinion that the Soviet government probably will accept. Any relief on a large scale from the outside, according to the experts, must be immediate, as navigation will be open for only three months more. If relief is delayed, they asscrt, mil. lions will perish. The executive committee of the Third Internationale has issued a call to all workmen's organizations af filiated with it to gather fumes with which to purchase food. The Rosta Nev.w Agency. the official Bolshevist nenvs disseminator. con firms the report that Maxim GorkY has been authorized to go abroad aa a special oommissioner to procure aid. The Russian Soviet government is reconsidering the question of admit ting American lournalists into Russia- ill Litvinoff. chief of the Soviet legations abroad, telegraphed M. Ganetsky. the Soviet minister here. saying a decision on the question probably will be reached soon. EXTEND CABLE TO ANTWERP New York, July 26The Com mercial Cable Co. announced yester day an extension of its cables from London to Antwerp. Belgium. This extension gives the company facilities for direct transmission of messages front New York to the Belgian city, and brings the United States into first hand contact with central Europe. Clarence fi. Mackay. president of the company, in making this an nouncement. stated that within a fortnight he expected his company would establish direct connections with Amsterdam, Holland. -The Mackay system now operates the long-est communication system in the world. Through tile Commercia4 Cable Co.. the Postal Telegraph Cab litt Co. and the Commercial Pseitic Cable Co. from Antwerp to Shanghai it con trols and operates a line of approxi mately 17,000 miles, virtually in a straight line. Nli 11 Owner Crushed Under Automobile Poughkeepsie, July 26Pinned un der his automobile, which had turned over as he tried to avoid another ma chine. -William E. Ritchie, president of the village of Pleasant Valley and prominent mill cwner, received injur ies this morning' from which he died in Vas...vie Brothers Hospital. The acoident occurred on the road between Pleasant Valley and Poughkeepsie. Mr Ritchie was on his way to Pough keepsie to complete the purchase of the Rochdale mill property. arhe wrecked car. with Mr. Ritchie pinned beneath it, was discovered by paesing motorists. ROYAL r trn. NTGAGED., - London. July 26The engagement it; announced at Belgrade of Prince Regent Alexander of Jugo-Slavia and Princess Sophie. of Vendome. sa!d a. Cen:ral News dispatch from Belgrade today. DERWILL The Famous Beautifier Have you tried it 'yet? Thousands ev . erywnere are using it. It is a wonderful tonic for the skin.defies hot summer sun and causes wrinkles. tan. freckles,sallow skin, blackheads sun spots. roughness, ruddiness to quickly disappear. It brings , roses to the checks anti makes anyone iook 10 years younger. Gives a youthful cornpletion and "A skin you love to touch." A single application proves it. Bee large announcement soon to appear - in ULU; paper. 4.81c your druggist sbout - . HOUSE MAY DEMAND THAT "POT OF GOLD" Considers Forcing Mrs. Bergdoll to -Tell 'Where Slacker Son Hid His Money. Washington. July 26---The House committee in its final report on the escape of the slacker, G. C. Berg-- doll, to Germany. may request the Alien Property Custodian to take steps to force Mrs. Emma Bergdoll, mother of the draftd odger, to "dig up" the pot of gold which has fea tured the committee's inquiry. it was on an exped:tion to dig up this supposed hoard. said to contain 9105,000 and to be btrried somewhere in the mountains of Maryland or West Virginia, that Bergdoll made his es cape. Representative Luhring (Ind.), of the commiitec..said the "pot of gold" story shou-a be cleared up by forc ing Mrs. Bergdoll either to produce or admit it never was buried. In pre vlous testimony before the committee Mrs. Bergdoll said she alone knew where it was buried and did not pro pose to tell "a living soul" the hiding ',lace of the treasure. It was proved that this amount et gold was with drawn from the Treasury in 1917. -There is only one man who can force Mrs. Bergdoll to produce this gold, if any is hidden," said buhring. "He is the Allen Property Custodian, who already has eeized all her prop erty. She should be ma,de to produce this gold." The committee is considering this ettuation and may make such a re quest of the Custodian. Hearings In the investigatiors were closed today when 'William R. Camp bell, father of Major Bruce Campbell, corroborat his son's statements in defence of the charges made by Mrs. r-',.rgdoll that the officer had obtain ., a 95,000 bribe from her "to fix ..igher ups" and effect the release of her slacker son. The committee hearings ended peacefully in contrast with the uP roar Saturday, when Representstive Johnson (Ky.) soug-ht to attack Charles A. Braun of Philadelphia. one of the Bergdoll brothers who changed his name. Today Mr. Johnson, who Satur4ay had to be forcibly restrain ed from attacking Braun, wiped tears from his eyes as he praised the many charitable acts of Col. Milton Young of Lexington, who made a fortune from racing and gambling. Major Campbell a.nd his father had testified that Col. Young gave to the former $6,000 in 1917 as the result of 9500 deposited with him in 1915 for Speculation. The father today told of paying this sum to his eon in March. 1917. it was part of the officer's de fence to show that he had 95.000 without resorting to the Bergdoll bank account. The fact that Major Campbell was done an injusice in the investigation of his caae by Military intelligence officers was revealed today ss-hen the Seaboard National bank, New Yore., telegraphed to the committee that more than 95.000 had been deposited in the account of Laura E. Campbell. his wife, in December. 1917. Military Intelligence officers examined his ac count with the batik in 1919 and it showed no large deposit. They aP parently neglected to go back to 1917. Major Campbell almo testified that 916.000 was deposited in Wig wire's name in the Park National Bank in 1917. 1Select your Water Basket From Our NeW Stock. Swindlers Get $18.000 From Banks in Boston Boston, July 2.5Nine Boston banks were short a total of $18,00e as a, re sult of cashing of nine forged cerfaled checks on Saturday last, bank officials told the police today. The police are seeking two men who gave the names of C. Le Bowmon and R. O. Hatch and who it is alleged worked for a month to establish cont!dence before choosing a busy hour on Saturday to work their scheme. The First National Bank, the cer tification stamp of which was dupli cated. informed the police that Bowman opened a, small account and later had a check for a small amount certified in order to get the imprint of the stamp. They said he presented credentials from New York which on invesigatkut proved fic titious. The banks victimized are the Inter national Trust company. State Street Trust company, National Shawmut Bank, Massachusetts Trust company, Boston Safe Deposit and Trust com pany, Merchants National Bank. Oceanic National Bank, Commercial National Dank and the New England Trust company. MEXICO CUTS ALL FEDERAL , OFFICERS PAY Mexico City, July 26--In line with a recently announced program of econmy by which it is hoped to sta. ATPXit'O'S PnanCeS. President Ob regon last night issued a- decree pro viding for a reduction of ten per cent in all federal salaries except those of less than three pesos daily. This re duction applies to military and civil employes alike, and will be effective between August 1 and December 31- In addition to a cut in federal ex penses, Presielrht Obregon has order ed that the costs to municipal admin istration also be sharply curtailed An urgent need of money to re habilitate the railroads. establish a merchant marine and provide for general recenstruction was given as the reason for the order STEA3LETt BURNS. Southampton, Eng., July 26.Pire which broke out yesterday on the steamer Mauretania while she was iYing at her dock here, was extin guished at four o'clock this morning Decks C, D and E were completely destroyed amidships 1,70'2,368 Germans Killed 4 946 874 liurt in War Berlin july 26Germany lost 1. 792.368 men killed and 4,246.874 wounded from 1914 to 1918, accord ing to a revised compilation of the Gorman casualities during the war. In addition. 200,000 men are still re ported missing. The losses in the navy, which are included in the CELE11- a1 it ics given above. were 34,256 men killed and 31.085 wounded. CABINET ItEiSIGN S. Santiago. Chide, July 26The cab inet resigned yesterday afternoon af ter the Senate had voted disapproval of a decree granting rate increases and certain,. other concessions to an English railroad transporting nitrate from the Tarapaca province. President Alessandri is expected to accept. the resignation. and to form a non-political cabinet composed of hie personal friends. CONF-RESS FOR FIRST TIME LISTENS TO "KIM"- - , - Armed with letters of approval from President Harding, Gen Per shing and other notables, fifteen-year-old Jimmy 31Eadley of Washing ton was allowed to discuss his views on nature study before the mem bers of the House committee. He told the committeeme that the birds and trees should be made a study in the public schools. It is the iirst time, as"far as any one remembered, that a youngster had a bearing before a Congressional committee THREE GENT POSTAGE RATE AND TAX ON DANK CHECKS ABE PROFOSED BY MELLON Washington, D. C.. July 26The sales Lax as a source of new revenue Practically has been abandoned by the Administration on the score of in expediency and because it would result in heaping taxes upon taxes. This was indicated last night by Secretary of the Tre.sury Mellon. Mr. Mellon suggested several new sources of revenue which might sup plant the sales tax proposal and which are under consideration both by the Treasury Department and the House Ways and Means Committee. These include a revival of the 3 cent postage rate and revenue stamp taxes on bank checks. When Secretary Mellon listed a bank check and 3 cent postage 0.s possible fruitful sources he took pains to emphasize that these merely were under consideration. and that his announcement was not to be accepted as indi cating that the idea will be adopted. He said he probably would confei further with Postmaster-General Hays concerning the plan of increased let ter postage before he appears to testify before the House committee. Mr. liellon is said to have been informed that while 3 cent letter postage would provide probably $100,000,000 additional revenue, that opposition in House and Se.nate could be expected both to the suggestion of raising letter postage and placing a stamp tax on bank checks. Secretary Mellon alluded to strong pressure now being exerted to repeal the railroad ticket taxes, and suggested it as a possibility rather than as a probable recommendation to Congress- - 4,000 GOVERNMENT CLERKS TO GET OUT Washington. D. C.. July '2.6.--Approximately 4,000 Government clerks in Washington are to be dropped: from the payrolls August 1. This will: bring down the number to around 75,000, the lowest since the beginning of the war., The aim is to reduce gradualy until not more than 60,000 remain possibly less under the reor ganization proposed. President Harding" discussed the clerical situation in Washington with Chairman Pordney of the Ways and Means Committee yesterday as one of the items to be considered in connec tion with the forthcoming revision of the tax laws. The suggested eprtail ment of clerks will bring" a. reduction in expenses both directly and indi rectly, !they figured. The War Finance Corporation yes terday swung into line for economy. Eugene Meyer, Jr., managing direc tor of :th e corporation, announced that existing- facilities of Government departments WOUICI be used to the fullest extent by the corporation in the Nvarehousing arid classification of eneon Wedged as security for loans. This, he said, will reduce the corpor ation's -expenses by a larg-e sum and at the same time prevent duplication of effort by one or more Government strencies Dirotor Meyer's announcement was in conneolion with the corporation decision to use the machinery set up by the Bureau of Markets. Depart ment of Ag-riculture, in spervising the w-arehouSing of cotton pledged tiy the IStaple Cotton Co-operative Assocda-- tion for a Government a,dvance of $5,000,000. "Here is a complete illustration," said Mr. Meyer. "of the aetual aepli cation of the standing policy of the corporation to utilize to the fullest extent the, facilities of other branches of th"e GOVerlinlent service. In this way" we not only avoUl delineation of work and machinery "'but dbe corpora-. tion is enabled to conduct its opera.- lions with minimum of expense and maximum protection." Ku Klux Is Denounced In Texas Legislature Austin, Tex., July ?A.William J. Simmons of Atlanta., leader of elle Ku Klux Klan. and "any man who ad mits membership , of the Ku Klux Klan, is a party to every crime the ors-anization commits," Representa tive Batman of Cass county declared in.the lower house of the Texas Leg islature yesterday. He was speaking On a resolution signed by himself and other members protsting ag,ainst SiM monss reported incention of sending renresentatives into Texas to investi gate the Klan's activities. Representative Batman direoted hie remark at Representative - Baker, who had just matte a speech defend ing the Ku Klux Klan, btht declaring Simmons was not connected -with the Texas organization. Baker ills had protested against SiMMOTTS , sending representatives to this StateRepresentath-e Patman asserted the Legislature also "is a party to every crime it it sits idly by and does noth ing to curb the lawlessnese of this or ganization." - H BRIDGEP9RTTEUES PE,NCETENIE R.FÆIAECTION S. Atlanta. Ga., July 26. If the peace resolution ending the state of war with Germany, recently signed by- tia President, had been made into law Tuesday. June 28, 'W. N. Boy Ed, a. German, nephew of the famous German spy, would not have seen his warrant charging Swift Tyler, Jr., a young attorney. with attempting, to get him to swear falsely, thrown out of court, because Boy-Ed was a citi zen of a country with which we are at war and an alien enemy. The case grew out of a divorce suit BoY Ed's wife had brought. The Court ruled Boy-Ed as a German citizen and could not testify. and the Ca Se was thrown out of court. PESKY BED BUGS Bedbug (Cimex lectularilis): The .origin I of the name bedbug is unknown, but is supposed to be naturally Suggested as it is descriptive. There are many local 1 names for these parasites. as for Mils...! tration around Boston they are called; "Chinches." from Baltimore comes the name "Mahogany Flat,r' in New York' they aro styled as "Heil Coats," around Pittsburgh they are called "PcskY Devils." iri Cincinnati and the South "Night-riders." in St. Louis and Chicago district "Crimson Ramblers," the great West, "Pilgrims." The old saying, 'the bedbug has no teeth, but they get there -just the same," is correct. Instead of teoth they possess a piercing and suck ing beak to dr,a,w and rob you of your blood for their own-..body. Bedbugs. no matter what you may call them, or where they come from, science has found a way to rid them if you will use fajthfully the new chemical Pesky Devils Quietus "P. D. Q." A 3.1c package Makes one quart. enough to kill a mil lion bedbug's, roaches. fleas, ants or cooties, and their eggs aS well. p.D.Q. will not injure bedding-, and each. pack age contains a patent spout to enable you to get at them in the hard-to-get-atplaces. Impossible for Pesky Devils to exist where P. D. Q. is used. Sold by Hartigan's Drug Stores. Hindle's Drug Stores, and ol.her leading druggists. Adv. I kz. I i Women's- Muslin Bloomers 9. Q m Out from an excellent quality Muslin of a flesh color tint. They have elas tic waist band and elastic ,at the -knees, with ruffle. This is the ;weather - to wear cool, soft under things. Women's Muslin Drawers -. 9c 'They come .in regular and extra 'sizes. - Open style. Finished at the bot tom with fine embroidery work. Cut full and of a good quality material. Bathing Caps , Reduced Value 65e 25c and 39c These Bathing Caps are displayed in bright cona bination colors, plain col ors and some with novel trimming. This 3aews should interest lovers of bathing'. Boston Bags,.Shopping Bags and ,,,,. . F W, Bathing Bags - to - osi ,t 9 '3 . 164 li I ' I ''1111141' 1 1' i 01 I ' 39e SD ', e 1 ,?1,,i, y ,1 0,, 1 1,11: ,I, t 't'tt &11111 401,,,i 14 60 We have a bag here suitable - ,q'illillitt.liliý tip) for your particular need, wheth ))1111ihtlifikt Atdt-'t 01111;:,44 ytl, er it be the professional man or 1, If 1 411, 1 - - woman; the wonaen who would film a lar2:e roomy bag just the thing for carrying pare ls and one for those who are.foreed to carry thei suit to the beach. The higher priced bags are ma e of a grained leather. Others are made of a strong automobile top leatherette. Zaviammaisicizammximmazgllomig SATISFACTION C A L Prompt Deliveries Are As sured When Leavin3 Your Order Here. VINCENT HO& Washburn & Carbon St. qranelt Office 1370 State St. Phone Bar. 3701 "You want value for Keep Well! Yae'rteir nisa"Yandif consult Me you will probably be so bene1,1.q.z-V::, fited that you will al wavs fly. to Chiro---0,-,TI:c orietie for the solo .57 iion of 'your Health -'14 problems. -Consultation Free. P. SPROVIERO Bridgeport's Busy CIIIRCPBACTOR 1188 31...-tin St. - Neonfield Mid. OFFICE HOLTRs Mom, Wed., Fri., 10-12. 2-8. Tees.. Thurs.. Sat.. 10-1.. 24:20. The Novelty Silk 1 a nil Trimming Store . 165 Fairfield Ave., Bar. 2255 We do nleathigs and Ihemstiteh ing. Buttons made from your own material in 57 different styles. i , - - - - I L rim IN - Irto 2 o 1 The Ounce- f Prevention i may save you severs" depots in watelt repair billet. 1 )? I Let us look over your Welch at regular periods, Slight adiustments Here and there will make it run like new. . N ' 33ring It here while there is yet time, , Expert WatOntakersGuaranteld Workmanship: Reasonable Costs,. . , G. W. FAIRCHILD & SONS, Inc. 927 MAIN ST; 2 P. O. Amax le. BRIDGEPORT. CONN. ratabliebed 1866: At the Slgri of the Chimes Store doses dolly at 5 rt. SaturdaY p. n g;E m .CL3 YV PU M ...... This Store Closes Daily at E.. P. M., Saturday 6 P. M. TheSrnith-TriVitifrrayCo. - 1061 Main-St ana 141(0149 thillield .Bridgeport BusyCash store :. Migmonette to Satin Taffeta Colors Black and Blue There is no reason why women of aim ture figura can not be as fashiknably dressed as those of shnder line: We can justify that, with this showing of large size Dresses. They are tailored. with care and cut from selected material. The sizes are 42 to 50. -. 4 BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH 40 c I 1 :SO .A. M. 817.50 S25. I 0 Incorporated 1859 Thr.ee Silk Dresses for Stout Women of Stylish Lines thr FAIRFIELD AVE. & BROAD ST, BRIDGEPOIM CONN., YARDS FOR $1.00 Remember you do better at the Dollar Store. Like An Anchor To Windward Recent and past experiences have shown that a savings account has often saved the day when things looked dtscouraging. Adversity in some degree come to us all. It may be business depression, sickness, or a setback due to an accident, etc- - You can open an account in this bank 4.-.., with one dollar so as to bave that ., rt.4 anchor to windward in times of old age and need. a, CITY SAVINGS BANK MAIN AND BANK, STREETS Open Every Monday frorn 9 a- va. to 8 p. DINE AND DANCE AT THE r,m.mmmewwwmm ell wmswmmar 20 Regular Size Silk Dresses Taffeta mid Georgette $10X5 This lot of- beautiful styled. Dresses -were received. from a high grade maker of Women's Apparel. You won't fi3ad two patterns alikewhich Mean:s much to women who desire to be individual in. dress. This is an exceptional price for an offering of this ki-nd. Some are of light patterns, others of plain materials. New Assortment of Belts 25c and 39e The new styled dresses, etc., more or less demand a belt to conaplete the smart touch of tyle. One will find in the showincr or belts a large selece'tion, that will fit in with the shade. Then too, belts are worn with sweaters, and .spor. coats. TheSmIth-MurmyCo, R "FORD B. SMITH S THE DOLLAR STORE S Goods at prices-5c upward but we specialize on giving the best for One Dollar. We have just received tbree more bales of the Splendid Yard Wide UNBLEACHED MUSLIN to'Start It Off Will Sell Wednesday THE cooLEsar PLACE - IN TOWN LAIC 504MWMR15WWCZaWWWWWW4 AMERICAN-CHINESE estaura t to 2:30 P. M. MINIMOVRFRWitrarTIMIMMUMWARTEMEZI Table de HoteA la Carte - Hear the Famous Re-public Orchestra Excellent Dance Music -PRIVATE DINING BOOTHS-- reatest Luncheon Place, Dinners, Suppers anti Parties a Specialty. Banquets from $1.2.5 Per Cover Up. 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