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-A LTIEEEM IEMM!IIIEMI2M!SI 1 1 ii it ) 1 ,1 10.. - t Tueiðay, july 26, 1921 - - N 'JULY ' CLEAR;k14,CE A. Special Sale of Silk Dresses , $19.75 and $25 I - . Styles for misses and women in practical and pret . ty models featuring the new collars, sashes, pockets,- etc. All colors irt stripes, plaids and fine checks. Organdie and Dotted Swiss Dresses now greatly re duced. . Women's Worsted Bathing Suits, S4.90 to S8.50 Everybody goes - swimming LIOW, the beaches hereabo:uts were never more popular. The fair sex seem to prefer these beautiful all worsted one piece s-uits with tights attached. All colors, $4.90 to $8.50. - Likewise popular are Surf Satins, in black, $3.90 up. Girls' Surf -Satin Suits in. sizes 6 to 16 Years are $1.75 and $2.90. DUED. TODAY'S WANTS Pretty little silk dresses, vcry &Nimble for surmner and later Wear in those ever popular taf fetas, crepe de chines, -satins and Aricolettes in navy blue, black, brown and gray. , Better silk dresSes reduced to $29.50 and $39.50. , Vacation Frocks of Gingham, $5.90 to $12.50 ONE NEIGHBOR TELLS ANOTHER Points the Way to Comfort and Health. Other Women Please Read - Moundsville, W. Vs.." I had taken . doctor's medicine for nearly two years : tow . , ,. because my periods r 0 -46,;" - :05' were irregular, came ge'i. --,t. , ,:zs, -$,-,, -::. -c:6t:-:,. .-1 every two weeks, Itot-; ,...:1 and 1 would suffer ri r, -.:,:. --,-;-:, ,:.:3 with, bearing-down g ' ' -"Iwts,e, .....-:.: ::. paha. A latly told :: ... :::- ::- -., - .i, me of Lydia E. Fmk ; :ivr...4,,::-!::,:,.:,. :::...: ,.,. harn's V eg et able 4r:.-,4,, ::.oksoe, ::1:--::::k i Compound and how T. ':.iiii--. :".::::0.-:,s. A much good it had t E ' zriiii,ii-f?:'.:: .j done her daughter, t 'K'P,, I5:...i:.:' ::-'f " so 1 took it and now i;: :.,NA::-.---,,, 1 am regular every ,-''''''77' month and have no pain' at all. 1 recommend your roedi erne to everyone and ycni may publish my testimonial, hoping that the Vege-.., ' table Compound does some other girl the good it has done me. "Mrs. GEORGE TEGARDEN, 915 Third Street, Mounds ville, W. Va. How many young girls suffer as Mrs. Tegarden did and do not know where to turrt for advice or help. They often are obliged to earn their living by toiling day m and day out no matter how hard the pain they have to bear. Every girl who suffers m this way should try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and if she does not get rompt relief write to the Lydia E. m Medicine Co. Lynn, Massactsisetts, about her health: Such lettere are held ill strict cord - dence. ., HERAMANNIn this city. July 24, 1921, Com-ad Herrmann, aged 68 years, 2 months, 12 days. Friends are invited to attend the funeral from the mortuary chapel of August G. Baker, 1888 Stratford avenue, on Wednesday afternoen at 2:30 o'clock. Interment Park cemetery. P25 be SMEITHIn this city, Sunday. July 24. 1921, Lavinia E., widow of Henry H. Smith. aged 76 years, 10 months. 26 days. Friends are invited to atteAd the funeral from her late residence, No. 257King street, Stratford, 012 Wed resdaY, July 27. at 2, o'clock. Interment at Milford, Conn. P25 las FOR SAT.F1--Butcher market and groc , ery; leaving town. S. Kennon. 425 Catherine street. (Anterican butchery and grocerV)- 1.2.6 STATE OF CONNECTICUT, DISTRICT OF BMDGEPORT, ss. Prcbate Court, July 25. A. D. 1921. Estate of Ida M. Louippold, late of the town of Bridgeport. in said district. de ceased. The executor. having exhibited his ac ' count with said estate to this court for allowance on which It is represented tha.t said estate is insolvent, It is Ordered, That the Zith day of July A ' 1921, at 10 o'clock in the forenbort at the Probate Office In Bridgeport be, and the sa-me is. assigned for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and this court directs the executor to give rtotice thereof, hY publishing this order once in some newspaper having a circu lation in said district., at least three days before said day of hearing, and return make to this court. finest; PAUL L. M.11,LER, Judge. - ). rs'i THE UNCTED STAT DISTRICT COURT. FOR THE DISTRICT OF the matter of The D. & B. Taxi Co.. inc.. bankruot in bankruptcy. 1.41 the creditors of The D. & D. TR Xi Co.,1nc.. of Bridgeport, in the County of Fairfield. arid district aforesaid,bank rupt: This is to give notice, That on July 21. 1921. said The D. & B. Taxi Co.. Inc.. was duly acijucicated bankrupt, and that the hrst meeting of its creditors will be held at the dice of the undersigned ref eree, In the County CourtHouse,Bridge port. Conn.. August 5, 1921, at 9 a. m., s-t which time the creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as rnay property come before said meeting. t JOHN REOGH, Referee in Bankruptcy. Bridgeport. Conn.. July 26, 1921. ao Advertise In The-Times INGO R-PO RATED - . SHOULD TEST OUT On WAYS Madrid, July 211----A continued scarcity of capital tor industrial pro motions within the botindaries of Spain, accompanied by a growing lack of confidence in Spanish financial in .stitutions, has prompted the ReviErta de Economia Itikienda to suggest that Spanish high finance employ 1 American methods of giving' full pub licity to its doings, in order to avoid a threatened split between the capi talists and industrial promoters. The newspaper cites the fact that money is being saved to a certain ex tent, but says it is not being deposited In the banks. Various attractive of ferings of stock in industrial enter prises also have failed to bring out the hidden savings, and added to this difficulty, many financial institutions, according' to the newspaper. are in vesting their resources in foreign lands. thus diminishing current ac counts in Spanish banks and causIng a loss of confidence which Is rapidly piling up difficult!es for Spain's finan cial future. The national treasury, the newspa per pointq out, has a floating' debt of 1,850,000,000 pesetas, liquidation of which appears almost an impossibility for some time to come, and the cOn tinned investment of Spanish money in other lands. the Revista thinks, will not aid in dispelling the dark clouds ahead. USE CALIFORNIA FIGS FOR CHILD ð MALNUTRITION Fresno, July 26--Undernournished childrert receiving treatment in the malnutrition clinics of the Tuberculo sis Association throughout the United States, vrill be fed California figs this I fall as a part of the recuperative diet. The use of figs. in child mal nutrition cases was recommended at the annual convention of the National Tuberculosis Association in New York this mouth. Official notifications of the action of the convention was re ceived yesterday at the headquarters of the California. Peach & Fig Grow ers from Mrs. E. M.. Tate-Thompson national secretary of the Asso ciatien of Tuberculosis Secretaries. composed of all state tuberculoeis as sociations. The malnutrition ClitlieS are con.- ducted in forty-eight states and five large cities for the purpose of 'pro viding nourishing fcPod for underfed school children and are under the management of state Tuberculosis As sociations. The work affects eight million children in the United States , and is a part of a national campaign to improve the healith of American 1 school children through proper feed-1 tug. The adoption of the fruit was rec ommended to vary the diet and, with bre-ad and milk, fign will compoee the malnutrition lunch for school children at the clinics. Pigs have been recognized as one of the most valuable fruit foods for years, and their adoption for use in the American schools comes with their avaitatisility in quantities through the establishment of large orchards on the Pacific coast. The vital nmed of caring for under nourished children is one 'et the big lessons that came out of the vrorld war and the tuberculosis associations of the country in conjunction with women's clubs and boards of educa tion of the country will launch a nation-wide campaign against malnutri tion with the re-opening of the schools this fall. The campaign will stress proper diet for children, the import ance of fresh air. sleep and-, rest. and proper exercise for g-rowing children. , It is estimated that a large percent age of the' school children ef the country are suffering from malnutri tion of varying degree and that in nearly all cases the under-nourished !experience a great craving for sweets. The adoption of figs is eine of the reasone for adding the fruit to the recommended diet on account of its high sugar content whicit in this casti amounts to approximately 66 per cent The fig in addition to its high sugar. content contains a. large amount of 'Protein,. and minerals, invaluable in 'building up delicate constitutions. Nu trition workers feel that the addition FOUR MEN EXPIRE 111 AG011Y t - AFTER DRIND1116 COLCHICUM Break Into Shipment From Cheraists on Supposition - That They Are Getting Real WmeTake Enough to.Kill Scores of Persons. Chicago,- July 26--Six men working in the Illinois Central freight house discovered a paper carton labelled "Wine--34 per cent." It was part of a shipment from Parke, Davis & Detroit chemists, to New Orleans. The men prepared for a Bacchanalian feast. They drank three of the twelve bottths in the carton. They used tin cups from the ice cooler. Four of theta died in agony, the remaining two are tghting for their Ivies. , Such was the tragedy disclosed yesterday by the police, who have been working on the poisoning of the six men since July 12 at the direction of Coroner Peter M. Hoffman. "The men drank wine of colchicum seed." said Coroner Holtnaan. "It can be bought at any drug store. An adult dose is a third of a teaspoonful. The six men drank 720 doses. thing the Government should prohthit the shipment of such drugs bearing- 'Wine' on the labels. They should be marked 'Poison'." The four men who died were Albert Sturgis, P. J. Coffey, Thomas Barrett and Micael Ward. The two survivors are John D. O'Neil and William Slope'. It was O'Neil who ,confessed yesterday to the breaking open et the drug shipment HARDING TO URGE BROADER POWER FOR FINANCE BOARD Would Take Charge of R. R. Settlement, Farm Credits and Export Financing. Wasbingtcm, July 26Broadening of the powers of the war finance cor portation, making it the great gov ernmental agency for effecting the necessary economic readjustments of the nation, will be suggsested by Pres ident Harding tomorrow in a special communication to Congress, according to forecasts tonight in higif adminis tration circles. The special letter from the Presi dent, it has been announced, will deal primarily with the proposed financial settlement between the government and the railroads- But according to statements by administration leaders it probably will go further and recom mend not only that the war finance corporation take charge of the rail road eettlement, but also that it be placed in direct and practically sole charge of farm credits and export financing. Secretary Hoover said today, that he bad recommended such a plan and that his reoommendation had been approved by Secretary Mellon and Eugene Meyer, Jr., managing director of the war finance corpora tion. Investigation. he said, had COTIVirtie ed him that the broaderring of the finance corporation's powers through legislation permitting it to handle adequately the triple problem was the proper course to pursue. Funds for speeding up of business he asserted. could be made available by the corporation vrithottt a great drain on the treasury. The cor poration is empowered to-issue bonds up to six times its capitalization of $500,000,000,. However, according to finance corporation oficials, that or ganization has an account with the treasury , of more tban $300,000,000 so that a bond issue will not be neces sary until that Bum is exhausted. NINE LINERS ARE RELEASED 1 -- , New York, July 26.--Restored to at least temporary control of the nine big ocean liners seized by the 'United States Shipping Board for alleged vio lations of contract, the United States Mail Steamship Company planned to start one of the ships, the America., for Cherbourg 6.nd Bremen at noon tod ay. Supreme Court Justke Burr re stored the steamers to their char terers yesterday by means of a tem porary injunction restraining ship ping board officlals from interfering with the 'United States Mail Steam ship Company's possession of them, pending., a further hearing on Thurs day. Elmer Schlesinger, counsel for the shipping bard, induced Justice Burr to 'hold a second hearing at his club last night on a motion to vacate the reistraining order. Justice Burr. how ever, denied the applrication after ex tended arguments and warned Mr. Schlesinger against permitting any of his agents to violate the restraining order. Following this hearing, Mr. Schles inger recalled "United States Deputy Marshals whom he had placed on board the nine steamers when be seized them last Friday. The limited American Lines, to which the seized steamers had been temporarily aliocatr-d by the board., also took cog nizance of Justice Burr's order by surpending further bookings for the America and for the George Wash ington scheduled to eail on August 3. EX-SERV10E MEN , PLACED OH LAND Ottawa. Ont. July 26.If Canada 9s soldlier-farrners were to poll their holdings they would have nne giant farm of 5,00t),000 acres, dotted with gratn fields, cattle, hogs, patches uf fruit trees. silos and. trwny sturdy houses and farm buildings. rooulation of this one big figura tive farm. -cc,rdinT, to report on the work ef the Soldier Sel lement board, wluld be mcure than itC,000, estimat ing the average family of five to each settler. The aztual number 'of ex service men who liave been placed on land thmug-h government aid -is 2i-4,443. Short courses have been held in idle months and all phases of mixed farm ing. scientific dairying. and purebred cattle raising given intensive study. according to the .report Experts have been sent into many districts to provide continuous supervision. As a rtsult of the aid, financial and educational, a, very high percemage of the men are becoming' successful farmers, the report saYs. of this form of sugar will make rip the deficiency, according to Mrs. Tate-Thompson. Careful records will be kept in all the clinics for the ensuing year to establish the progress of under-nourished children placed on a fig diet. One of the principal objects that nutrition workers hcaoia to attain bY 1 supplying children with figs is to eventually supplant the use of cheap candy, which, it is felt, has been a menace to the health of thousands of children In the country. Under Inourishment and its attendant craving ' for sweets have brought a tremendous increase in. the consumption of cheap candies, especially in cases where the' home diet is particularly deficient in su gar. 1,In addition to teaching the tenets of a. balanced diet, the clinics will con centrate on impressing the children with the value of getting sugar from fruit, which it is stated, is its most digestible torts- ' , BORAH ADVOCATES POSTPONING ALLIED DEBTS REFUNDING Would Defer Action. Until After Dliarraament Conference. Washington. July 25---Bostrionement of allied debts refunding midi after the proposed disarmament C071- ferance was advocated in the Senate today by Senator I3orah, Republican. Idaho. If the foreign govertrments are un able to agree with the- 'United States on a disarmament program, he said, "American people will be justlfied, in insisting that they promptly meet their debts and interest also." The debt question, Senator Borah added, "will play an important part, molding and shaping policies. whether At is mentioned or not." If the governments are to continue to spend vast strms for armament, it would cause the United States "to adopt an entirely different policy in case they fail to agree on disarma ment: the senator continued. France is the most "militaristic" nation at present, Senator Borah said, adding that her army of 800,000- men is ex cessive. Great Britain. she said, also was spending enormously sums on her army and navy. while the United States, by its loans, was supporting the armament load, not only of this country, but of the European debt ors. Ttte leading debtor nations, the sen ator contended, were empty able to pay the -Interest, even if it was neces sary to defer the principal. He cited a recent loan by Great Britain to Ar gefitina. Congress did not prepose to "abdi cate all of its authority" over the al lied debts, the Idaho senator said,and no more legislation is needed to col lect either interest or principal "if WO are willing to come under limitations of interest arid time of loans." rinancial aid given European COTItl- tries In the last six years, Senator Borah said, reached a total of about 820,000.000,000, $5,000,0-00,000 being in private war 108418. GiftS tO Euro pean charitiea, he added, aggregated 32,393,00-0,000. yet there was launch ed "propagaxsta" for cancellation of all the allied debts to the 'United States. "That was successfully- and conclu sively vetoed by President Wilson," said Senator Borah. "The next prep osition was that of funding the debt over a long period of time and the de ferring of interest until such time as fife American people could be bnought to a. conclusion that it ought to be canceled." - Bouck White Sells His Cow, Closes Home Poughkeepsie, N. Y., July 26-- Charles Brouck White, radical and So cialist, wbose French bride, Artaree Emilie Simone White, recently won her suit for annulment ot their mar riage. has closed bis house in Marl borough, where he lived as a recluse, and has departed. His destination is known to be Vermont, but just where he seems to prefer not to give out. -White, it is said, has put his house into the hands of an agent for sale, has sold the cow which he pointed out to his wife as her model of obedience, and his chickens. Whether he has moved his household goods or not is not known, but he left the village on Sunday. Since his reported rough handling by villagers several months ago beT cause of complaints of his girl wife, he has not been a popular resident of the village, and while no more threats have been made against him. his welcome has not been warzn when he has come to the village proper. Of course, a few friends stuck to him through his trouble, but even these when they went to see hhri yesterday found the house vacant. The former Mrs. Bouck White con tinues to receive offers of marriage. Her attorney, Bernard F. Cecire, has looked up her status as an American citizen since the annulment was granted and finds that the naturaliza tion laws provide that she is still a citizen despite the annulment. If she should return to France, he says. she retains her American citizenship if she registers with the American Con sulate, but if she does not register she bases her citizenship. and at the end of a year again become a citizen of France. 1 You Nevei Tire Of Cubcura Soap Because of-its absolute purity arid refreshing fragrance, it is ideal for every-day toilet pur poses. Always include the Cuticura Talcum in your toilet Sick Pr01,711AL Addregur Kluthnivit Lab ormartot. Dart. Mamba 411.Kmos.' Sol8 ever, mplairr.s. toziab.21". Munoz:160r:- Tab:um 2r.e. Advertifie- The Tiriaes The Acme of Summer ComfOrto. - - - - - - --- is reached with a Sleeveless Dress , - - The "Slip-ons" or 'jumpers," whatever name they- are called, are certainly ;0 a wonderful combination and met the approval of.every woman. Right now have corae some glorified affairs of Baronet atin ill peacock blue, green, tra-quoise and other shades which are as. shimmering and beautiful as a , humming bird's throat. Itly are . - 07.50 , , - - In Worsted Jersey, a gOod assorhnent at $10.50 ' . , , i . . . In Ramie Linen, a siraple dress, de-, " . lightfully cool, at - ' ;8.50 Net Blouses In Pongee, pure Oriental pongee, Appropriate for wear with ' - ' $13.50 ' - In Checked Gingham, a fine gathering sleeveless dresses. which will appeal to all women- who do ' $1.95 - . housework, $1.95 to $6.95 Second floor. -- . Second flocr. i- Charming Dresses for Misses , Silk Shantung, a heavy silk from Chi rta, made up in rather simple fashion, the only trimming being folds of the same silk, artd rows of buttons covered with the same Shantung silk. This,. gives a very tailored look and the dress is attractive, yet distinc-tive ,from its simplicity. Originally marked at $27.50 for $18.50 - Sizds for 16, 18 and 20 years. NATIONAL K. OF C. SPORTS ASSOCIATION Adults May Enjoy Block Bathing Parties New York, July 26.Aspirations of grown up New Yorkers for block bathing' parties similar to those en JoYed by children were realized to day when Fire Chief Kellort an nounced 600 fire department shower baths would be open to adolts niently at 9 o'clock. Bathing curfew' vrill sound for the kiddies at that hour. Chief Kerilcrn refused to adjudicate the question of 'whether batherswould be permitted to wear one piece suits, declaring the matiter of costume ,was up to the police. The Name of "La Grecque" in Underwear means "perfection in fit" Women who discrinainate in quality whert buying undergarments will be pleased with :the La Grecque. The good. features are too many to etturvrate here, but they can all be explain'ecT at the department. Take La Grecque Envelopes for example. They are roomy, they fit well. Many -w-omen, especial ly those who, are stout, object to ,filliness, which in , spiteNof pulling and straightening looks bunchy under the dress or blouse. La Oreeque has elimi7 nated that. The "tab" which buttons through is double, longer, and is well "stayed." ,, - All garments are as dahatily trimmed as one might desire. All searns are stitched flat. There is an especially nice Nightgown for hot weather, made sleeveless.. New York, July 2SPlans for or ganization of a Knights of Columbus national amateur sports association were announced today by William .T. McGinley, supreme secretary of the Knights. The associa,tion will be perfeoted at tbe conference at the international convention at San Fran cisco, August 2, and 4. State associations win be devel oped in every state of the 'Union, Mr. McGinley said, and these win partici pate in anrxual national competitions. Second floor. Envelopes, Corset Covers, Combination, ete. Second floor. Rpa CO Smiards Arming In Fierce Battle Madrid, July 26Official messages filtering through from Morocco last night and early this morning assume Et. less alarming 'tone in telling of the recent fighting between Spanish troops and Moorish tribesmen in the Melilla area Spanish reinforcements under com mand of General Navas To have left Melilla. for Sididris, where a fierce battle is said to be, progressing favor ably for the Spaniards. In addition to these reinforcements, a brigade of Hussars has been sent to the troubled area from Spain. General Rerenguer, the high com missioner in Morocco, issued a state ment yesterday saying that the troops near the coast are receiving suPPort from several warships. He added that declarations of loyalty to Spain 8.re being received from many quarters and that the. situation was improving rapidly. - The last official communication is sued from the Spanish war office said that 25,000 Spanish forces now are in the Melilla zone. . Women's Summer Vests 1 A fine ribbed fabric, very light in weight and agreeable to wear. Bodice shape with regular finish and rib- 1 bon straps. - French band finished with braid straps. Vests with regular or bmad finish. Sizes 36 and 38. 50 cts. Main floor "Sauitor" Sanitary Bloomers with rub'ber well up front and back. Elastic at the knee $2.25 lingerie Shop, Seconil "Tumble-down Dolls" for-the kiddies.' In Royal Society pkgs. with all materials except the cotton for stuffing. Amusing and easy to make. $1.00 Art Section, Main floor How quickly it heals! - - Yes, that's the point. Al most the moment this gen tle ointment touches the sick skin, itching stops and healing, begins,. Does not burn oit sting even vrben applied to the mast irritated turf ace. Too tea get it teem your druggixt Resinol Don't ,Say "I Saw It In the paper." Say, "I Saw It in 'The fimes." .T For the Most Delicious Iced Coffee-7' UseG. Washington's Coffee and follow these imple directions:. One teaspoonful, more or less, according to taste; in cola' water. I- Stir unt21 dissolved, add cracked ice, sugar and cream. Measure the cost by the cup not' by the.size-of-the can Saves heat, time ancl trouble. Dissolves instantly in ice water-- t- , 3,- .; ' 16. - h - .Z t Styles for tv models fea eV. All color Organdie , WOM Everyb t beaches hei The fair se worsted 011E colors, $4.9( Likewisf d t up. Girls' St t $1.75 and $2. TESTfl a JR wAys 211---A continued u for tndustriai pro the bottndaries of f A, by a growing lack g 3panish financial in- t ompted the nevi Erta s kienda to suggest B gh finance employ 8 of giving. full pub s, in order to avoid t between the capi rial promoters. cites the fact that .ved to a certain ex ; not being deposited .arious attractive of in industrial enter- r ' 3P34rr:F1 ' - , ,,. . gl.,:to8 4 4 ,1-- .' itti, , . i ' ':':. ..- 1105. V - ',1 ...,,,.....,... . ) 3$ . i ' 11!P' i 4...,L, ,,,zi 1 . . - pain at . cane to -,, ;,, my tes, , ) ' table t I , the goo , TEGARI ? oille, Ni ,;-, How 'r - Tegard, i tarn fol 1. ' obliged , day m z I ' ' , the pail : who sul E. Pinli , I , f .; if she d to the I , , Lynn, I t ' Such k - ' dence. .. 1 ' I ": , 1-z-vatxt 1921 ,, 0 year! 1 Pr tune ,t, of A .1 ( ttver at 2 ' 1 ( .. In 'J smarrE '1 2 .I 1 Beni - 112011 't NI. - Fr fune 2 5 7. . nosday . : 0 In ik ..-z , . r L . . k. ' FOR S ,,'- ory- ; , . Cathe t extd i . -I 1 , ' STATE i . OF El , 1 - ' July I Estat town o 1. r t . ceased-- The f ' count t allows. that s Order ' ' 11. 1921 I i at the f ., - and tit - ' on the this cc , Is l. rionce once tr !II lation '1' ' da-3,8 I return Attes , .) . : -I , r,-7 TT COUI I -;, CON In th 1.41 t.. COt 1 , . ' , of Yeti I. ropt : f. This : . 1921- a -1 )-' ' was dt t the fir ,r. held al eree, 11 port. ( t ' '- at whi I, prove exannt ; other '1 . before 1 .' .' - BridE (-:1 k' t; : . -1 , , A,( .. , , . .!A , , I , , ,e i' ' . ''... b N t , . . , - 1 - .. - , , . , , - . , . k , - - - ' - ' - - .. ' - - . V . ' 'rues:clay, July 26, 1921 - - --- - 1 - -- - - - : - -- - TILE BRIDGEPORT ik 1 ' --' - - - , - ..... Pare Se:Vett. . . , - t. -, - ..- . f I --'' - , , , , ' 711111.11m11.11 FOUR MEN'EXPIRE 111 AG011Y , r - , - - - 01 , . ' . 1 ! ' ,- ' IN THE 'JULY CLEARANCE - . , , , , eactt co. , .,,,i liFTEll DRIND1116 COLCHICUM eDID) , , , .., , . . ... A Special Sale of Silk , . . , , , Break Into Shipment From Chemists on Supposition . - estaao-hed ,e57 - . t .. - . , . , , A . ' - That They Are Getting Real WmeTake - - - ' --- . ---- - 1 - A .. , - t Dresses , Enough to Kill Scores of Persons. - - - - , , . , , Me store closes daily at 5 o'clock,' - - ' " - - . - , 4 -$19.75 . and $25 Chicago.- July 26--Six men working in the Illinois Central freight house , ' ; ,... . --, , , 7 , discovered a paper carton labelled "Wine--34 per cent." It was part of a, shipment from Parke, Davis & Co., Detroit chemists, to New Orleans. The -, -,7,,, 1 Saturdays 6-o'clock - - -, ... - . I , . ; ' men prepared for a Bacchanalian feast- They drank three of the twelve , , ,C - - . ,, , -1 4- :- . . -, bottlks in the carton. They used tin cups from the ice cooler. Four of them L - , 7 , -. Pretty little silk dresses, vcry ' died in agony, the remaining two are tghting for their Ivies. t ki Such was the tragedy disclosed yesterday by the police, who have been-, , , all ,-', - dosirable for suramer and later :. working on the poisoning of the six men since July 12 at the direction of ' "- - , , , - II l''''..li .--. Wear in those ever popular tat- , Coroner Peter M. Hoffman. . "The men drank Trine of colchicum seed." said Coroner Holtnaan. "It ' , The Acme of Summer Comfort' - - . . iEon l. IMO . 4- - ,,-4 fetas, crepe de chines, -satins and can be bought at any drug store. An adult dose is a third of a teaspoonful. i The six men drank 720 doses. 1 thing the Government should prohthit the , , e 1 1 43.i'Aik Aricolettes in navy blue, black, shipment of such drugs bearuag- 'Wine' on the labels. They should be marked ' - " is reached with a Sleeveless Dress 1 . -,, 4 'Poison"." brown and gray. , , ,- - 1 , IS rt61' Better silk dresses reduced to 11101.0 ILO $29.50 and $39.50. , MS ' -' 'Se Jri , '-, The four men who died were Albert Sturgis, P. J. Coffey, Thomas Barrett , and Micael Ward. The two survivors are John D. O'Neil and William Sippel. .,. It was O'Neil who confessed yesterday to the breaking ogee et the drug shipment -,. ' it I s t - The 'Slip-ons or Jumpers," whatever name they- are called, are certainly ,, ,0 , - a wonderful combination and meet the approval of'every woman. , . . l',.-- . I litilL , ..4 , - . - - , Right now have corae some glorif ied affairs of Baronet atin ill peacock blue, $ , , ' , , -1PIL ntovt4c- ,-- Vacation Frocks of Gingham, ',.. HARDING TO URGE EBORAH ADVOCATES ,, 59n ta S12 5n green, turquoise and other shades which are as shimmering, and beautiful as a i . , . . . . 11 I ''- S 4 f ()AA . 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