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THE BRTOGEPORT TIMES Gallagher Finds Our ? Trolley Fares Highest ' f (Continued From Page One.) ;Thc mammoth parade of all the ' delegates took place just 'previous to ' ' the closing session on the afternoon : of. July 14. i'our former Bridgeport : men ' who now reside on -the Coast, . i were Jn line with Mr. Gallagher to - I represent this city. . Te men were 1 John P. Dunn, Frank .Reynolds, Jas. - j Ashley and Fred Onkey. The Phila 7 '. delphia division took the prize of i 000, which was offered to the most ; unique section. The Pennsylvania i city had 200 men and 100 women V dressed in Quaker costumes, a band ' j ot 106 pieces and300 horses brought , j all the way from the home city. The i. display cosVthe lodge in that city j ,22,000. (All the western cities sent bands ! along with their contingents. . The I cost to equip the group which rep- resented Seattle, Wash., was J11.000. ( Hundreds and hundreds of men, clad f in velvet trousers and boleros, with t huge sashes and sombreros, rode v r splendid horses with trappings of metal. : ; "It was "really a western parade," f said Mr. Gallagher, "lodges which ! had a membership of 1800 had 1700 - j meirtn line. The east was compar l atively forgotten, but wait until the national convention in Atlantic Citv next , July, then we will show these I people something." ', In: the evening after the Elks" own f -celebration the moving picture peo- pie of Los Ange.les gave an electrical jja.ra.ue complimentary to tne organ- i ization. j the studio were employed to light th j floats and make the wjjole line of march a.s brigh-t as day. Prominent stars each sent something to remind the visitors of them. The float bearing t)e Mack Bennett bathing beauties created quite a sensation as did the one representing Alary Pick lord' as the "Queen of the Movie.' A girl resenbling Mary, only because of her Monde curls, . was clad in georgeous court robes and seated on a very high throne. Few of the real ly big stars were seenin person, but even the appearance of the lesser favorites caused much applause. On the afternoon of July 15, the remarkable Flower parade took place. Wealthy California families sent to Los Angeles huge displays of flowers in gay designs on auto trucks and touring .cars showing the beauty of the flowers of that state. This mag nificent exhibition was typicaj of th Californian and the western people who are always boosting their home in a large California city could either of these parades . take place, the electrical, because these powerful lights could not be obtain ed only where the movie Industrj was carried on on a large scale, and the flower show, for only in this Eden of the West are such a variety of flowers in bloom at one time. At the present time carnations are sell ing for ten cents a doze.. while roses are fifteen cents a dozen. During their stay in Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Gallagher were the guests of their cousin, Mrs. C. W. Creighton. After the close of th? convention they went to San Fran cisco and then to Seattle, at which place they met Mrs. Joseph O'Brien, who is a daughter of the late John McMahon, of this city. . "One of the outstanding features of Seattle is the enmity between the Japs and the whites." said Mr. Galla gher." The farmers are allowed a stall in the Public Market for the small sum of ten cents a day. If a tourist should purchase an article from one of these men and not from the American merchant who has the next stall, he (the tourist) would im mediately meet with disfavor with all the white people in the market. The . Japanese comes in "from the country to his stall about 4 o'clock in the morning and opens it up for business, 'and then alonp about 9 o'clock his wife and children will ar rive. The man will then go back to work oh hig farm and the woman and children will sell the vegetables in the city."- From Seattle the Bridgeport tour ists went to Victoria and Vancouver, then to Lake Louise and Lake Banff, They were at the latter place on the day that Dr. Stone fell from the high cliff while trying to save his ' wife, who had slipped in trying to pass from one rock to another. " At the Shrine of St. Anne de Beaupre, Mr. and Mrs. Gallagher met the Misses Casserly of Austin street and Miss Day of Lewis street,in this city. From Montreal ihey immediately came to New York and then to Bridgeport. During his interview Mr. Gallagher made several interesting comparisons between this city and those of the West. At present Mr. Gallagher is pre paring a lengthy report ot the Na tional convention and also a survey of his trip to be given at the next meeting of the local lodge of Elks. - Miss Lillian Winburn will leave to morrow for Camp Shadow Brook, Oornwall Bridge, Conn., where she will spend several weeks. Jftiday, August 5, 1921 WALL STREET Births. To John and Anna. Langiveftch, 479 Wilmot avenue, son. To Joseph and Rosa Cheriua, 674 Berkshire avenue, son. To Vincent and Mildred Runyon, 198' South avenue, son. ' To Louis and Bertha. Kantiowitz, 311 Carroll avenue, daughter. To George and Sylvia, Kremlnas, 174 Oralnd street, daughter. To George and Helen Booth, 1,273 Howard avenue, daughter. PUBLIC MARKET Stratford Avenue, Corner Carroll Avenue HAS NO BRANCHES OUR SATURDAY SPECIAL Although the market has advanced considerable on meat our facility of selling large quantities enables us to offer you meat at same Low Prices. Watch these Prices. 2380 MAIN ST. Premier SALAD DRESSING large jar . . Royal Hawaiian PINEAPPLE No. 24 sliced 296 FAIRFIELD AVE. Chase & Sanborn's COFFEE lib can . . . . Fort Hubert rPEAS -3 1 No. 2 can . . Ji. m 2 Sunbeam BEANS No. 2 can Premier LOBSTER 7 oz. can . . BBS98B Kodiak SALMON Tall (Red) . Gorton's CODFISH lb. pkg . . RINSO Pkg . .: . Old Dutch CLEANSER can Gold Medal FLOUR Bag . .. Del Monte PEACHES No. 2y2 sliced White Rose TEA y2 ib pkg . . 37c BigR TOMATOES fl fk No. 2 Can .. .. JLVl S7c 33c Beechnut BEANS Tall can . BrUI lifrHft.TIHfl White Rose TEA y2 ib pkg . . BBBEBSE Atlantis SALMON Tall can (pink 13c i Paturday Specials at the Mohican )! GORTON'S COD FISH Cakes can . . . - . .17c 6ic 10e LUX Pkg . Palm Olive SOAP bar iOc 8c Genuine Spring Lean Fresh, ICa Lean Pork 22 C Legs of 2SC Shoulder, lb . . Loin, Ib Lamb, TT . . . f Good Tender 1 ? Lean Hamburger &fL23c St" -ac 2 25c Shoulder Clods 11"? b 20C Boston Rolls f A r Roast, n.. Roast, lb (Boneless) lb iC Breast of Veal for Shoulder of Milk - " " Stuffing 1Qr Fed Veal 32 C Short IOC lb IOC (Boneless) n," of Vea 1, jb Lean Boiling "7 Lean Chuck 1 Home Made 25 C Beef, Tb Roast, It . Sausage. lt Sugar Cured Bacon Lean Smoked Victory Brand By Strip 20C homder I6V2C g,aCOK..,.;. . . 1 "1 ! 1 . V a iT 1 1.' 1.' ir 1 tr x'ti Why? In Buying Our Beef to be Corned, we take a speeial care as we do of other kinds of meat. This Beef is nothing but high grade and fresh, and goes into the brine as soon as it comes into our store. Try piece for your Sunday Dinner. Our Corned Beef is dif- ferent. GROCERIES. 10 lbs Fancy Granulated Sugar 65 C Fine Creamery Butter, lb..... 45c Fresh Guaranteeed Eggs, Dozen .... . . 34c Best Pure Lard, .Ib . . 16c Williams' Root Beer Extract, v ... 18c Fancy Formosa, Oolong 35 C or Mixed Tea, lb Fresh Roasted Coffee, It 23c Quaker Oats Package . . . 12c 27c Ivellogs' or Post Toast I es, Premier Salad I Dressing, hot. 9c 15c 37c Suncrior Oualitv Sal- CC 4 CZf oda Oil, full gallon Magnolia Condensed Milk, can 14c Borden's Evaporated Milk, tall can 12c Condensed Milk, O for 25 C Large can . . ; Jams, Raspberries, Strawberries, Pineapples, 25 C Extra large Jar. . Jams, Any Flavor ISC Regular size jar. ........ Baked Beans 15 C No. 3 size Large Can. . fancy Apricots O f. Xo. 2 1-2 size, can Eancy Sliced 25 f Pineapples. Xo. 2 size can Eancy Peaches 3f) ISo. 2 1-2 size, can Fancy Ixbstcr Can Fancy Crab Meat, can . . . 37c 47c Next Week we will have 2 Iays Big Bargain Sale, a Sale that will save you a lot of money, Wednesday and Thursday, watch our windows. If Special Low Prices on Good Mutton This Weekj Good Plate Corned ACm Beef Choice Naval Cuts of "f f g. Corned Beef Pot Roasts 12 an 14C Rib Roasts H A of Beef Pork OOa Roasts . Muttton 4 Q f Forequarters ........... cr isc Stewing - f)C2 Mutton mJO Sliced 9 lbs. OZZo Beef Liver Choice Veal, Spring Lamb, Fresh Fowl, Jelkes Good Luck Oleo, Fresh Eggs, Etc. J'.Al, X - 'I - 1 HI -B'l 301 Ea .1 Pii-.iV&.Trit iipi ripjn nf ii i Meat Department it Leah Pot Roasts ..... .10c lt Chuck Rib Roast . 16c lb Good Rib Roasts- . - 24c, 26c and 28c Ib Boston Rolls-. . 18c lb N ative Shoulder Clods ........ 22c lb Legs of Spring Lamb .--.. 30c lb . F o r e q u a r t e r s of Spring Lamb 16c lb Legs of Young Mut ton - - 24c lb Lean Fresh Shoulders 16c lb Long Cut Fresh Shoulders.. -18c lb Lean Fresh Cork Loins - .-24c lb Lean Fresh Hams -. . 30c lb Legs NATIVE MILK FED VEAL and Loins to Roast, Shoulders and Rumps to Stuff and Bake, Whole Forequarters, Veal for Stew, Breast's, Cutlets, Rib and Loin Chops. Large Choice Fowl - 44c lb. Fresh Dressed Western Broilers 45c lb. Fresh Long Island Ducks 36c Native Dressed Broil ers, Turkeys. Plate Corned Beef 5c lb Fat Salt Pork. Medford Bacon. 14c lb .28c lb : OLEO Swift's Premium A Wholesome Pure Food And Look At The Saving lb income mifiT,Ti itit.jt iTiimvir in w pi nw i J juifHflT Washington Market L3 1362 MAIN STREET ... Open Saturdays Vntil P. M. THE REASOX OUR PRICES ARE LOWER. . . ' Our Prices are often a source of wonderment to many The question then arises as to bow we can sell so cheaply. The Reasons are simple Larger Volume of Bnsiness. Small . Margin of Profit. Cash and Carry System. Xo delivery Costs. Every piece of meat pur chased here is carried home by the customer and he pockets the sav ing. Get the Habit of Buying Here and You'll Save Money. DOMINO SUGAR 10 lb 63c Legs Milk Fed VEAL 9 I Prime Rib ROAST 1 '" -.. s Sirloin Round QElf I Cottage 1 Qr STEAK j HAMS 1 Sl Chuck Jtoast Lfls Spring Pork Chops 12c -,emb.h 22 c lb" , c. . i ' 1,05ns Pork 2Ibs Lamb Chops . 2,0 C lb- 25C Jersey Fresh Boston Koll uvvvst Lamb Shoulders 14c lb- IOc lb- 15c lb. Fresh Hamburg Rump Vttll 2 ids. 25c 37c m. 25c lh- Plate Soup Meat Hump Veal Chops " Uoef Liver 15c lh- 4AC ib itb Corned Beei' Breast Veal Smoked Suqar liured Shoulders . Bat on Fat Salt Pork 17c lb- 20C 15c ". LAMB A11 Brigbt Tender Yearling FORES LOINS LEGS SALE i OTiile They Last igc1 -2C" 18c OA SALE XO 11 A Choice Cuts, Round, Sirloin, Porterhouse Pound M. 23c AL im.l 4 'l-o a P. PRIME RIB ROASTSIb..,..,., S.H OULDERSlb . I oC 18c Spring LAMB OQ.' t i ;s; n Lean Eresh Shoulders. Ib 16c jALI'IY' 'JiUl rM' Pork Loin ROAST, lb Hambarg Steak, Ib 22c 20c VEAL ALL PRIME MILK. EEI .SHORT LEGS, lb SHOULDER JUTS, Ib POT i'lE, Ib liOASTIXG iMECES lb 12c 16c 20c BOILING BEEF, II CHUCK ROAST, lb HUMP IIOAST, lb POT . tOAST. Ib "i'Kvi.(; TOWL. Ib CORXED PLATE, lb 9c 14c 20 c IOc 32c 6c No more need to patch the old SCREEN DOOR. You can get a new one at 33 1-3 REDUCTION during our AUGUST SALE There are bargains aplenty in all departments (except Mill Supply). Come in today and get your hardware needs. Don't wait until the Sale is over and then be sorry. (Screen Doors) Third floor. Hardware Stores Incorporated. Fairfield Ave. & Middle St. "All that Is Hardware and More." Fancy Georgia Peaches, Grape Fruit, Oranges, Pineapples, Plums, Limes, Bananas, Table Pears, and Apples, Watermelons, Cantaloupes, Casaba and Honey Dew Melons, Native Green Corn, To matoes, Lima, Green and Wax Beans, Shell Beans, Egg Plant, Sweet Potatoes, Green Pepers, Celery, Bunch Beets, Carrots, Parsley, Cress, Mint, etc. Large Home Made Bread 10c loaf, small 7c A full line of fancy pastry, Biscuits, Rolls, Buns, Crullers, Cake Layers, Brown Bread, all kinds of pies. A full line of Imported and Swiss Cheese, all grades of Butter and Eggs. A fresh roasted Maricaibo Coffee, regular price 32c Ib., special 28c Ib., 4 lbs for $1.00. A Good Ceylon Tea .25c Ib., 4 lbs for $1.00 Block Island Swordfish, Bluefish, Steamers, Prime Soft Shell Crabs, Little Neck Clams, Live and Boiled Lobsters. Special low prices on Jams, Jellies, Mar malades and Preserves. W33 41 : 1 Nyko Evaporated Milk, tall cans 10c 3 for 25c (Compound). Bridgeport Public Market State and Bank Sts. Phones. PURE LARD lb . . 2 lbs . . EGGS Selected Fresh Doz -36c 2?O2:70C CHEESE Riefa and Mild lib. 25c BAKED GOODS A SPECIAL SALE OP ASSORTED COOKIES FROM TO 12 A. M. COFFEE CAKES, Eacb ij ROLLS & BISCUITS, Dmcn. 12c 9 to 12 A. M. ONLY POT AT O ES Finest Al Red Stars, pk. g SWEET CORN doz. 32c PEACHES, Qr Sweet Native Quart. CAKTALOrPES For 25 C TOMATOES 2 ns LEMONS, Dozen 35 C Salad Dressing Bot. ...25c Grape Juice. Bot. 35c Root Beer Extract, Bot 18c Tomato Catsup, . 2 bot. 35c R liw ll ! IPIIMI11BII I IPlllllH IIIIM I i 9 S3 MAIN STREET ESTABLISHED 185Q CORNER JOHN ST. WATSON BANK BUILDING. AUGUST SALE 15 to 20 Reduction on Our Entire Stock" of MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S Shoes and Oxfords UNITED STATES RUBBER CO 'S "KEDS" AND BATHING SHOES " . WE SHOE THE ENTIRE FAMILY " THE HOUSE -OF BETTER SHOES" ' " a DRAINED TO THE LAST DROP is the glass containing our pure, rich bottled milk. Its purity and richness makes it the food par ex cellence for growing children and adults who would maintain their vitality at normal. For the elderly, too, our milk is a genuine boon. MITCHELL DAIRY CO. 210 GROVE STREET Phone Barnaul 5050 HOME DRESSED POULTRY So much of the cold storage va riety on the market Just now that we know you'll appreciate our fresh killed fowl even though the price is bit higher. F. W.BEHRENS, JR. MARKET 162 FAIRFIELD AVE. Telephone 6820. Fresh Cream- Cc ery Butter, lb Fresh Western 4Oc Effgs, Dozen TEd Pure -fl Ac Cocoa, lb -H-v Fancy Head Rice 3 1bs MEW ENGLA 3 STORES B4. Rank Street. Jnst Off Main Sr? 1215 Sfate Street. Cor. Clinton. Ave. 2412 -North Main Street Facing Federal Street You Drink Milk and Eat Eggs, Butter, Cheese So Do We Bnt we are concerned chiefly In preparing? them for your enjoyment Tbe Quality of onr Dairy Products is attested by the number of satisfied patrons we serve daily. Vonr judgement of onr goods is invited.. Tills is the salad" season NEDACO our own especially prepared home made Salad Dressing is universally used by discriminating housewife A trial jar will con vince you Sold in three sizes ...-v. 2C 27Cf 55C A rebate off on all jars returned such as 12c size 2c off, 27c size 2c off, 55c size 10c off. All our dairy products fresh every day from our own farms. Try them! PURE WHITE 5 lbs, for 33 c GRANULATED Confectionery 1 Ib IQc I Tablet Sugar, pkgs 2 lbs 23c IN PACKAGES Pride of the Farm Fresh Creamery Butter . . . . . . 51 C lt BUr S5c EGGS Pride of the Farm C7r i Strictly Fresh Native C I Home Made Pot " 9 tr irt, Ktr-irll v fresh fl w Esrgs Cheese JtfcH Sunbeam Evaporated jj a can Milk - -. Magnolia Condensed, Milk g Per can '. Eagle Condensed Milk can 20 c All Our 70c Teas Re duced to 39c ib Campbell's Pork and Beans .... can .ellogg's Corn Flakes pkg. Fancy Corn & Peas 2 cans for 25c Fresh Home Made Peanut Butter . . . 2c lb Fresh Roasted Coffee 23 c Tiny Tin Salmon Regular 48c size. . 35c White Rose and Clover Leaf Tuna Fish 19c A Foil Line of Tuna Fish. Salmon. Lobster, Shrimp, Sardines. Crahmeat, ' Codfisb Cakes, Boned Chicken Highest Quality "From OUR FARM TO YOUR HOME" Lowest Prices 1 fX I .si i i i -