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30WEY SAV URG J llTAMB 12V2C h Ground lb ancy Spring LAMB JEGS ,...lb resh Dressed Stewing 'OWL .lb Moh. Special Blend Coffee . lb 35c MOH. SPECIAL TEA, ALL KINDS 1 lb 60c Vz lb 30c lA lb ... 15c Mohican Sweet Chocolate, 1-4 lb 7c 10c 8c 9c 15c Pink Salmon Tall Tin ...... Carolina Head Rice ...i. lb Wisteria Shaker Salt ......... pkg Mohican Tomato Soup . . . 2 cans New Pack Peas 71 A can 9 Mohican Laundry Ottn Soap ...... 8 bars Elbow Macaroni OCr l..:.....:...41bs -9 to 11 A.M. 5-5c Boxes Matches for 11c feERBIAN ARMY MAY BE CUT OFF (Continued From First Page.) Li,. nnrtinn of the railroad Lid revert to entente allied hands. "No Voluntary Enlistment". he' "Manchester Guardian inter- t thfi new recruiting annuuutc- tnt ove r which there is considerable buss'lop to mean actual compulsion unmarried men. Tn talk , of voluntary enlistment to Lian who is told that if he does not ist, voluntarily he will be enlistedi the same," the newspaper says, to insult his intelligence as well to command his person. The sys- which i the press bureau state- nt appears to indicate is contem ned is not a voluntary system at so far as unmarried men are cerned." . No Albanian Uprising. tv. 12, 2:35 a. m. There was noth- tn- reDort today on the entente lioA front, the rieht wing of which been reinforced by fresh British bops. The reported , rising of the Al niana aeainst the Serbians is dis- edited in well informed circles. Serbs Cut Off. - Milan. Nov. 12. via Paris, 4:45 m. xnere is srave reason 10 iear at the main body of the Serbian j-my which has been fighting the jermans and . the Bulgarians' rignt iner has been cut off between Kra- fevo and Nish, says dispatches re ived here from the Secolo's corre- bondent. .,,.' .. btes WE GIVE ROYAL GOLD TRADING STAMPSA SK FOR THEM. Have Your Coupon Redeemed and Get 20 Extra Stamps The Usual Big Saturday Sale At The GREAT WESTERN MARKET - JR &EJ! Fancy Lean Fresh Pork Loins At Cost Fancy Lean Fresh Shoulders 15c Nice Lean Fresh Lamb Legs 19c Nice Heavy Rib Roast of Steer Beef 19c Fresh Cut Hamburg 14c lb Skinned Back Hams 17c Heavy Cuts of Salt Pork 13c ' Fancy Milk Fpd Chickens At Cost 2 lDS.Pure Lard 25c. Compound Lard 10c . V SPECIAL- ON STEAKS. Porter House Steak 20c Short Steak.... 20c Sirloin Steak 1 20c. (All Steaks of Heavy Steer Beef) EXTRA SPECIAL ON SUGAR FOR SATURDAY 10 lbs. Sugar 59c, and lb. Bacon 13c White Loaf Flour 89c bag White Loaf C'. per bbl. $6.50 Gold Medal Flour $6.75 per bbl. jpranK' n: Ill II I 1 ERS FOR SATURDAY- Round, Sirloin, Short Cut Porter House Prime Beef STEAK 3RL ib 16c Don't Fail to Take Advantage of This Bargain 9 to 11 a. m. 18c 16c I 1 LEAN SHOULDER POT ROAST lb 14c FOREQUARTERS SPRING LAMB lb 13c FRESH WESTERN FOWL lb 20c SMALL LEAN FRESH SHOULDERS lb 15c LITTLE PIG SMOKED SHOULDERS ... . lb 122c LEAN SMOKED COTTAGE HAMS lb 16c FRESH STEWING VEAL lb 13c SHOULDER VEAL TO ROAST lb 15c LOINS AND RUMPS VEAL lb 18c FINE SUGAR CURED BACON lb 18c PURE RAW LEAF LARD . . lb 15c Corned Beef fancy cuts lb 14c MOH. CREAMERY BEST PURE BUTTERlb30c LARD 2 lbs 23c GUARANTEED MEADOWBROOK EGGS, doz 27c CHEESE lb 20c OYSTERS, Fresh Solid . . It is possible, the dispatches say, that as the southern Serbian army is holding at Katchanik the retreat ing columns may escape the tenacles of the invaders but it is considered significant that no news has been received from the retreating Ser bian army for five days. s Bombardment in Ijoos. Paris, Nov. 12, 2:30 p. m A spirit ed bombardment has continued in the sector of Loos, both sides tak ing part, according to announcement maae by the "French war ' office this afternoon. In the Arfcois dis trict French artillery has silenced certain German batteries. The text follows: j "There was an active bombard- ! ment yesterday in which both sides took part, in the sectqrs of Loos j and of the 'Fosse Calonne.' In the region of Bus, in the Artois district, ! our artillery reduced to silence cer tain enemy batteries which were fir ing on our troops. "Along the remainder of the front the fighting with mines has continued with success. "In the Argonne district, at Hill No. 225, we delivered a counter at tack by means of a small mine against certain works where the Germans were showing much activity. To the north of Flirey the explosion of an other such mine was successful in wrecking certain galleries pushed for ward by the enemy and preventing the continuance of this work." Serbs Losing Ground. Berlin, Nov. 12, (By wireless to Sayville) Pursuit of the Serbian army in a southerly direction con tinues, according to the German offi cial report issued today. The ad vance of the Germans in the Rasina Valley, southwest of Krusevac, has reached the town of Kupci. Fur ther eastward Ribaire and Ribarske banya have been reached. Yesterday more than 1,700 Serbians Produce Flour $6.15 per bbl. 3 Cans Globe Brand Milk 25c Can Opener with each 25c Worth. Imported Italian Pure Olive Oil, $2.15 gal; half gallon $1.10;. 59c a quart. Imported Macaroni 3 lbs. for 25c Parmesan Cheese, best quality 45c lb. Romano Cheese, best quality 38c 11). Toreno Salamey, highest quality 40c lb. Large Can of Italian Peppers 18c can French Peas 19c a can Fresh Ground Puritan Boy Coffee 24c lb. Saner Kraut. . . .5o lb. New Pea Beans. ... 17c qt. 1 pk. Potatoes 23c, and 2 qts. Onions 9c Yellow Globe Turnips 15c pock Sweet Potatoes 3 lbs. for 10c Spinach 13c peck. Lettuce 5c head , Frop., 63 Mam St. WE GIVE ROYAL GOLD TRADING STAMPS ASK waewggggg , LON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THIS SPECIAL SALE felB ROASTS Quart 29c 4L were taken prisoner and 11 cannon were captured. The statement adds that the first mountain ridge south of Kralievo has been crossed. Text of Statement Berlin, Nov. 12, via London, 3:05 p. m. (Follow Berlin via Sayville German Official Statement) The text of the statement given out today by the German army headquar ters follows: Vn the western theater: Two Brit ish aeroplanes were shot down in an aerial duel. A third was obliged to land behind our front. "In the eastern theater: Army group of Field Marshal Von Hinden burg and army group of Prince Leu pold of Bavaria: There is nothing to report. "Army group of Gen. Von Linsin gen: The Germans which only yester day morning repulsed a Russian at tack south of the Kovel-Sarny rail way line took four officers and 230 men prisoners. "In the Balkan theater: Pursuit of the Serbians is being continued south of the Kralievo-Trstenio line the first mountain ridge has been crossed. "In the Rasina valley, southwest of Krusevac, our troops have advanc ed further. Further east Ribaire and Ribarske-Banya, were reached yesterday- "More than 1,700 prisoners were taken and eleven guns were captured. Veles a Storm Center London, Nov. 12, 9:25 a. m. A Reuter despatch from Athens says a Saloniki telegram to the Patris states that the French have inflicted a se vere defeat on the Bulgars near Veles and that the fall of that town is con sidered imminent. Veles is about 27 miles south east of Uskup on the railroad to Sa loniki. A successful French cavalry raid which reached the environs of the FOR THEM. 'Phone 1053 g! 14c lb Lean Rolled Boneless ROASTS lb 16c Fresh Sliced LIVER lb 6c 9 TO 11 A. M. qfs ALL DAY ORAM Large Sweet Floridas doz Spinach Fresh Cut pk Cranberries Cape Cod . .3 qts Tokay Grapes 2 lbs Apples 4 qts Best Baldwin Sweet Potatoes Best Jersey 4 qts Pk Potatoes 2 qts of Onions OA- All for 11 city led to an erroneous report t'hat it had been captured Wednesday. Continue to Pursue Serbs Sofia, Nov. 9, via London, Nov. 12, 5:15 a. m. (Delayed in Transmission) An official statement issued today by the Bulgaran war office was as fol lows: 'Our troops continue the pursuit of the defeated Serbian army on the left bank of the Morava river. "Fresh booty is being discovered daily in conquered towns- Along the railway in the Morava Valley we cap tured today four quick firing Howitz ers, eight quick firing field guns with lull ammunition cars, several mac'nine guns with teams, nine new search lights and 800 prisoners. "South of Bolovar, near the railway station at Grablenitz we captured ten engines and 400 railway wagons among which were fifty loaded with materials." Montenegrins Take Aeroplane. Paris, Nov. 12, 2:40 a. m The Montenegrin consul general here has received the following despatch from his government: "During the fighting on our San jak front Tuesday the enemy suffered serious loss. We took fifty prisoners and two machine guns. During the night of Nov. 8-9, the Austrians tried to surprise us near Grahovo but were repulsed. On the 10th there was ar tillery fighting along the Sanjak front- The enemy's infantry attacked us at various points but without effect. We took more than 100 prisoners. "An artillery duel is in progress on the Herzegovina front. On the other fronts there is no change in the situ ation. "An Austrian aeroplane fell into our lines and the officer and non-commissioned officer aboard the machine were taken prisoners." English Troops Killed. Constantinople, Nov. 11, via Lon don, Nov. 12, 5:05 a. m. The fol lowing official statement was issued today at the Turkish war office: "There were artillery combats on three sectors of the Dardanelles front with patrol skirmishes near Anafarta. Near Ari Burnu our ar tillery silenced enemy artillery at the mouth of the Kora Dere. Near Sed dul Bahr an enemy mine, exploding on the left wing, killed a portion of the English troops." DENY CAPTURE. Germans Say That Report Concerning Taking: of Submarine Is Untrue. Berlin, Nov. 10, by "Wireless to Say ville. "The recently published news agency report that two British tor pedo boat destroyers had captured a German submarine and its crew is a pure invention," the Overseas News Agency states today. , A Havas Agency despatch from Athens on November 10 quoted the newspaper Kairol as stating that it had received assurances from a re liable source that British destroyers had captured a German submarine in'j Greek Waters, taking the crew prisoners. SHOWER FOR MISS LEIST. Miss Pauline Leist was tendered a surprise shower yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles Sahr bacher of Cleveland street. The guest r.f the occasion received many pretty useful gifts. The dining room was decorated with yellow and white chrysanthemums. Miss Leist is to be married to Harry Hultgren next Tuesday. City Items Unusual values in our hosiery de partment. Damon's Shoe Shop. advt. Miss Hannah Anderson is ill at Miss Nagle's sanitarium. Don't forget the only place you can buy Stein-Bloch or Shuman's suits or overcoats, prices from $18.00 to $35.00, is at the Farrell & O'Connor Co., 271 Main St. advt. We have the most beautiful assort ment of patterns in suits and over coats this season, priced from $10.00 to $35.00. The Farrell & O'Connor Co., 271 Main St. advt. The degree team of the ladies' aux iliary, A. O. H., will meet tonight in Electric hall. One new member was admitted by card to New Britain council, O. U. A. M., last night. One application for membership was received. The third degree will be exemplified on two candidates next Thursday. Michael Massella of Meriden, driv ing an automobile, ran into and knocked down an unknown woman on Main street yesterday afternoon. The victim was not injured seriously j and was able to proceed on her way. j Mike Murrin, a helper employed in the transportation department at P. & F. Corbin's, had his heel and ankle badly crushed yesterday when the auto truck ran over him in the fac tory yard. Thusnelda lodge, O. D. H. S., will hold a necktie and apron social and dance in Bardeck's hall tomorrow evening. Raymond R. Johnson and Frank M. Edwards of Buffalo, N. Y., are visiting here. Miss Helen Olson will entertain the Luther League of the English Luth eran church this evening at her home, 429 Church street. L. D. Penfield camp, S. of V., Auxiliary, No. 1, will meet this eve- j ning in G. A. R. hall. Rev. William Johnson, who recent ly returned from Sweden, preached last night from his old pulpit at the Swedish Elim Baptist church. Philo Kalish of this city was award ed $50 at the Eagles fair in Water bury, Wednesday evening. James E. Madden was one of the judges. The class in church history con ducted by Rev. J. Leo Sullivan of St. Joseph's church, will meet In the parish hall this evening at 8 o'clock. Miss Sophie Hornkohl and Miss Edith Rice are spending a few days in New York city. Mr. and Mrs- C. A. Humphrey of Dewey street are rejoicing on the birth of twins, a son and a daughter. Both mother and children are doing well. Mrs.- Fred Winkle of Cherry street has been removed from the Graduate hospital in New York to the People's hospital. She is in a serious condi tion and 'her husband and son are with her. Chairman Rossberg of the water commission and Alderman Parker went on a trip of inspection yesterday to Whigville and Burlington. Nichola Bellini has sold land and buildings on Franklin street to Vito L. Dellaria et al. T. W. Crowe has been awarded the contract by Smith Bros, to build a garage on Church street at a cost of $9,500. The property at 69 and 71 Oak streete was transferred .yesterday from Jay Golinsky of Hartford to Meyer Zacher of Hartford and later to Charles H. Howard of Ellington. The second case of diphtheria in a family on Hartford avenue was re ported to the health department to day. The pay roll of the water depart ment for the past week amounted to $373.49. Traveling salesmen of the American Hardware corporation are being en tertained by the firm at the New Britain club. The Loyal Order of Moose will hold a meeting in the clubrooms this eve ning. Applications for membership will be received. Next Friday eve ning Hartford's degree team will visit the local lodge and work the degree upon a class of candidates. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER. Miss Louise Christinger was ten dered a miscellaneous shower last evening at the home of Miss Agnes Fusler of Rentschler street. Vocal and piano selections were rendered by the Misses Burns of Bristol, Miss Florence Christinger of Hartford, Miss Linda Engel, Miss Inez Boehm and Miss Alice Downham. A mock marriage added to the evening's fun. Refreshments were served and Miss Christinger was presented with nu merous gifts. She is to become the bride of Julius Scheppard of Kensing ton avenue. STOPS ANY COLD IN A FEW HOURS "Pape's Cold Compound" Opens Clogged Nose and Head and Ends Grippe. Relief comes instantly. A dose taken every two hours until three doses are taken will end grippe misery and break up a severe cold either in the head, chest, body or limbs. It promptly opens clogged up nos trils and air passages in the head, stops nasty discharge or nose running, relieves sick headache, dullness, fever ishness, sore throat, sneezing, sore ness and stiffness. Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blow ing and snuffing! East your throb bing head! Nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold Compound," which costs only 25 cents at any drug store. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, causes no inconvenience. Be sure you get the genuine. j& ESTABLISHED I88O j& Globe f I r r Hart Schaffner I 5d v I. r Have you seen the life U Cap and Mittens to match ? Do so. Neckwear Specials in Our South Window, 50c Neftlefon Shoes For Men MANY DON'T LIKE NEW PROPOSITION Think Stanley Quarter Residents Are Trying to Get Increased Protec tion Without Paying for It. Agitation recently started for the erection of a new fire station in the northern section of the city, near the old Shipman school property, is giving rise to much comment about the city. It is pointed out by those living in other sections that this is but an ex cuse for the Stanley Quarter and Bel videre residents to secure additional fire protection without increasing their own tax rate. Voters in other sections of the city feel that if these people are to receive equal fire protection they should pay equal tax rates, inasmuch as they will then have all of the city privileges Agitation for a new engine house, however, had brought forth another appeal from the residents of the south section of the city who feel that they are entitled to more consideration. No. 2 station must protect that entire dis trict south of the tracks, in which it is said, the property valuation exceeds that north of the tracks. A movement is to be started, it is understood, to havo a new station built either somewhere in the vicin ity of the foot of Arch ? treet or in the neighborhood of Ellis street. KIRBY TO SPEAK HERE. National Secretary of Retail Dealers Association to Talk. The membership meeting of the mercantile bureau of the Chamber of Commerce will be held on December 6. A supper will be served at the , Hotel Beloin. ; John T. Kirby, field secretary of the ' National Retail Drygoods Association of New York, will be the principal speaker and will talk on the follow- ; ing subjects: Organization and co operation, relations between employ ers and employees, legislation its effect on business, price maintenance law (Stevens Bill), coupons packed , in merchandise, vocational training, I cost of doing business, extravagance in advertising, equipment, fixtures, de liveries, retured merchandise, dis countst dressmakers, clergymen, etc., alteration charges ready-to-wear, charge accounts. CHINESE MONARCHY. Italian Ambassador Requests Step Be Delayed Await Suitable Time. Peking, Nov. 12. Charge d'affaires Varo, of the Italian legation, visited the foreign office today and seconded the request of Japan, Russia, Great Britain and France that the establish ment of a monarchy be postponed- Lu Cheng-Hsiang, the foreign min- Clothing House I F you pay from $18 up for Suit or Overcoat there is more style and quality in Hart, Schaffner & Marx make than other. any Child Knitted Suit,! to the other diplomats, stating (hat the Chinelsa people have declared for the restoration of the monarchy, but that it would be delayed until a suit able time could be found for the en thronement ceremonies. MAY CALL ON BURIAN TO EXPLAIN SINGING OF TORPEDOED SHIP Si.oaldt it develop tnac In loss of lives in th destruction of the Ancona. through a. submarine attack rives the United States ground for ectlon. Pres ident Wilson will send u vigorm note to the Vienna government de manding a prompt disavowal of the act, reparation and guarantee th;t the incident will not be repeated. But no action will be taaf" untll definite information has been obtained from Ambassadors Page at Rome and Pen field at Vienna. 'The latter will nutke his renresentations to the Austro- Hungarian minister of foreign affair, 1 i ;wa -"fW'li? I 1 1 M )l 'Of, rQ&eiQll MINISTER BVRMm ( Baron Burlan.