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ENGLAND'S GREATEST FAIR. $50,000 IN PURSES AND PREMIUMS
SENSATIONAL FREE SHOWS
Costliest Attractions Ever Engaged for the Big Fair.
A HALF-MILE MIDWAY
Teeming with Colossal Shows, Educational and Entertaining.
FARM PRODUCE, FLOWERS
Etc., Big Departments with Wonderful Displays. Handsome Premiums.
DAZZLING NIGHT FIREWORKS
Spectacular Pyrotechnical Displays, Better Than Ever Defore.
CONN. P0M0L0GICAL SOCIETY
Holds its Annual Fall Show at the Fair, with Special Fruits Displays.
1916 AUTOMOBILE SHOW
In Exhibition Hall, Featuring New Models of America's Leading Cars.
GRAND CIRCUIT RACES FOR 5 DAYS
Big Card Every Day. Famous Charter Oak $5,000 Race on Labor Day.
POULTRY, PET STOCK SHOW
With Record-Breaking Entry Lists, Filling Three Large Buildings.
ANNUAL BABY CARNIVAL
Sept. 8-9-10100 Prizes, Value $1,000. Send for Entry Blanks. .
WUME.N d lINUUdllUAL. 3J1UW
Mammoth Building devoted to Women's Work, Arts and Crafts.
BEES AND HONEY
Dept. Enlarged and Improved. Always One of Big Features at the Fair.
MODERN DANCE HALL 1
For Afternoon and Evening Dancing; Fine Floor, Excellent Music
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DAILY CONCERTS BY GOVERNOR'S FOOT GUARD BAND SPECIAL INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL SOLOISTS.
EVERY DAY WILL BE A BIG DAY AT THE CONNECTICUT FAIR
Continuous Day and Night Programs of Rare Educational Interest and Combining All the New Entertainment Features.
ADMISSION DAYS, 50c; NIGHTS, 25c. - - - - - - EXCURSIONS ON ALL RAILROADS
Reserved Seats and Boxes for Labor Day on Sale at ALDERMAN'S DRUG STORE, Corner Main and Pearl Streets, Hartford
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BILL FOR BERLIN
The management of the State Fair
at Berlin, September 14 to 17 in
elusive, day and night, have booked
Xthe greatest fair vaudeville feature
"acts playing country fairs this year
and will present a program repre
senting an expense of $3,000. D'Ar
tagnon's wild animal show comes di
rectly from - Hammerstein's . in New
York and is regarded as one of the
finest acts of the kind ever seen in
'America. The Valentines, a team of
aerial artists, on September 1, com
' pleted a contract with Ringling
Brothers' circus and will make their
second out-door appearance here.
Calvert, one of the most daring high
wire performers in the country will
perform. Calvert is the man who
walked over Broadway on wire sus
pended above the street between two
office buildings at the thirteenth floor.
There are other sensational and com
' edy vaudeville acts on the bill. Three
performances will be given daily.
The fireworks .exhibition will be
tho finest ever shown in Connecticut,
being made up of all-feature produc
tions of pyrotechnic handicraft. The
programs will be of more than an
hour and a half duration every night.
The vaudeville and fireworks pro
grams will consume about three hours
every evening. The grounds will be
brilliantly lighted and the electrical
decorations wil prove a big feature
of the fair. Dancing and band con
certs will be held every afternoon
and evening. The midway will be
the scene of many varied attractions.
The fair this year will be "bigger
and better" than ever. Be sure to
attend.
IABOR day.
Colt's Army Band of Hartford Will
Play Concert at Compounce.
Next Monday, Labor Day, will see
a large crowd at Lake Compounce,
All of the concessions will be in full
swing. There will be dancing at the
pavilion afternoon and evening.
The summer theater will remain
open for that day with performances
afteroon and evening- Special holi
day dinners will be served ab popu
lar prices at the casino
Colt's Armory band, of Hartford,
THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE HOME
L
ITTLE things often add much to the enjoyment of life
and living. For instance, a hat tree in a bedroom
will be found to be a distinct convenience. We have
a large stock of general house furnishings and take pride
in our department of bedroom requisites. Beds and mat
tresses, washstands, bureaus, chiffoniers, chairs, dressing
tables all here at fair prices.
Join Our Happy Customer!
JOTOf A. AMMREWS. & CO.,
,132 MAIN STREET, NEW BRITAIN, CONN.
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under the direction of Sala D. Jones,
band-master, will play the concert
program in the afternoon, the fol
lowing numbers will be given:
March. "Under the Double Eagle"
Wagner
Overture, "Morning, Noon and
Night Suffe
"Waltz, "Auge D' Amour
Waldtenjel
Idyl, "The Glow Worm .... Luickle
Selection, "The Defender."
Moses Tobani
MarchT, "Jack Tar" Sousa
Selection, "The Prince of Pilsen "
Tuders
"Dance of the Demon" Hoist
"Grand American Fantasio" Beudix
All the popular song hits will be
played as extras.
The governor's foot guard band of
Hartford, will play the last Sunday
concert program at Lake Compounce.
on tomorrow afternoon.
John E. Downes has been awarded
the contract to repair the plaster in
the corridor of the City building by
the city hall commission.
WANTED
FLOWERS from somebody's garden
for sick and discouraged people.
SOMEONE to pay for care of children
whose mother goes out working by
the day.
SCHOOL CLOTHES for children
commencing school next week.
A SEWING CLUB to signify willing
ness to make boys' blouses.
BOYS' SWEATERS and clothing.
SOMEONE to pay laundry bill for
widow who is unable to do her own
washing.
JELLIES AND PRESERVES for in
valids and old people.
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S stock
ings of all sizes.
SOMEONE to buy a quart of milk a
day for a baby.
SOMEBODY to buy groceries for a
widow and her family.
SOMEBODY to pay $1.00 a month
for a widow's sewing machine.
PRACTICAL NURSING by a reliable
woman.
American Defense Society Sends Let
ter to President Yesterday.
Washington, Sept. 4. President
Wilson yesterday received a telegram
from the American Defense society
pledging support to his plan. The
telegram follows:
"Your Excellency call for a defi
nite defence program for submission
to congress based upon expert opinion
in the army and navy, deserves united
endorsement of the country to arouse
the public and its representatives in
congress to the need of an adequate
army and navy as outlined in your
statement. We pledge our remitting
support."
Inquiries have been addressed by
the navy department to manufactur
ers it Tvaa fltinnnnpoil tftdnv. flSl to t.h
r available output of materials needed
by the navy in time of war. The
official statement says it is a purely
routine step. The inquiry is directed
mainly to ascertaining the available
supply of structural material for ship
building and for ships stores. List
ing available merchant vesels for col
liers and supply ships also has been
undertaken.
The scope of the investigation is
broad, reaching from war munitions
to available transportation lines at
sea or ashore.
Apply to
AGENT, CHARITY
ORGANIZATION,
103 West Main Street.
SUPPORT WILSON'S PLAN.
SUBMARINE BASE
AT NEW LONDON
Government Selects Connecticut Town
in Plan For Inner Defense Line
Of Underwater Craft.
Washington, Sept. 4: The first of
the American submarine bases con
templated in the plan for an inner
defence line of submersibles along
all coasts will be located at New Lon
don, Conn. The buildings of the
coast guard training school, aban
doned in 1911 will be used to house
the men of the submarine fleet de
tailed to that portion of the Atlan
tic coast. The navy department is
working out details and the new base
probably will be in operation in a very
short time.
It is planned to give crews of coast
defense submarines shore quarters.
The ships will run out to sea on daily
cruises or on patrol duty during the
day and return at night to the base.
Eventually it is proposed to have
similar stations all along the coast.
HOLD UP U. S. MAIL.
France Takes Action Because Ger
many sent Communications Here.
Paris, Sept. 4. It was learned to
day that the decision of the French
government to hold up American mail
for two days before forwarding it was
due to the discovery that Germany
was communicating with persons in
the United fitapst thrmio-h tntormaiiin.
' ies in France.
Washington, Sept. 4. While not of
ficially advised of any delay to Amer
ican letters in France, postal officialg
here yesterday pointed out that there
was no necessity for the German gov
ernment or people to communicate
with the United States by way of
France.
BRITISH DISCHARPE U. S. BOYS.
Washington, Sept. 4. More than
BOO American boys, under eighteen
years of age, have been discharged
so far from the British army upon
requests from the state department.
Most of these boys went to Canada
and misrepresented their
cruiting officers. The W
of Boston, though only :
are, managed to enlist
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