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INAUGURAL ADDRESS (Continued From Page Seven.) uess. and the fifteenth amendment at tempted to secure the negro against any deprivation of the privilege to vote because he 'was a negro. The thirteenth and fourteenth amend ments have been generally enforced and have secured the objects for which they were Intended. While the fif teenth amendment has not been gener ally observed In the past, it ought to be observed, and the tendency of southern legislation today Is toward the enactment of electoral qualifica tions which shall square with that amendment. No Repeal of Fifteenth Amendment. Of course the mere adoption of a constitutional law is only one step In the right direction. It must be fairly and justly enforced as well. In time both will come. Hence it is clear to all that the domination of an ignorant. Irresponsible element can be prevent ed by constitutional laws which shall exclude from voting both negroes and whites not having education or other qualifications thought to be necessary for a proper electorate. The danger of the control of an ignorant electorate has therefore passed. With this change the interest which many of the south ern white citizens take in the welfare of the negroes has increased. The col ored men must base their hope on the results of their own industry, self re straint, thrift and business success as well as upon the aid and cejmfort and sympathy which they may receive frym their white neighbors of the ith. There was a time wnen nortn- ters who sympathized with the ne- ln his necessary struggle for bet- conditions sought to give to him suffrage as. a protection and to en e its exercise against the prevail- sentiment of the south The move- it proved to be a failure. What re tina is the fifteenth amendment to the constitution and the right to have statutes of states specifying qualifica tions for electors subjected to the test of compliance with that amendment. This is a great protection to the negro. It never will be repealed, and it never ought to be repealed. If it had not been passed it might be difficult now to adopt it, but with it in our funda mental law the policy of southern leg islation must and will tend to obey it, and so long as the statutes of the states . meet the test of this amend ment and are not otherwise In con flict with the constitution and laws of the United States It Is not the disposi tion or within the province of the fed eral government to interfere with the regulation by southern states of their domestic affairs. . "Negro le Now American." There is in the south a stronger feel ing than ever among the Intelligent, well to do and influential element in favor of the Industrial education of the negro and the encouragement of the race to make themselves useful members of the community. The progress which the negro has made in the last fifty years from slavery, when its "statistics are reviewed, is marvel ous, and it furnishes every reason to hope-that in the next twenty-five years a stiH greater improvement in his con dition as a productive member of so ciety, on the farm and. in the shop and in other occupations, may come. The negroes are now Americans. Their ancestors came here years ago against their will, and this is their only coun try and their only flag. They have shown themselves anxious to live for it and to die for it. Encountering the race feeling against them, subjected at times to cruel injustice growing out of it, they may well have our profound' sympathy and aid In the struggle they are -making. We are charged with the sacred duty of making their path as smooth and easy as we can. Any recognition of their distinguished men, an; appointment to office from among their number, Is properly taken as an encouragement and an appreciation of their progress, and this just policy shall be pursued. t The Appointment of Negroes. But It may well admit of doubt whether In case of any race an ap pointment of one of their number to a local office in a community in which the race feeling is so widespread and fccute as to interfere with the ease and facility with which the local govern ment business can be done by the ap pointee Is of sufficient benefit by way of encouragement to the race to out weigh the recurrence and Increase of race feeling which such an appoint ment is likely to engender. Therefore the executive In recognizing the negro race by appointments must exercise a careful discretion not thereby to do it more harm than good. On the other hand, we must be careful not to en courage the mere pretense of race feel ing manufactured in the interest of in dividual political ambition. No Race Feeling In White House. Personally I have not the slightest race prejudice or feeling, and recogni tion of -its existence only awakens in myti'eart a deeper sympathy for those wn'S have to bear it or suffer from it, and I question the wisdom of a policy which is likely to Increase it. Mean time, If nothing Is done to prevent, a better feeling between the negroes and theVhites in the south will continue to grow, and more and more of the white people will come to realize that thejfuture of the south Is to be much benefited by the industrial and intel lectual progress of the negro. The ex ercise of political franchises by those of his race who are Intelligent and well to do will be acquiesced in, and the right to vote will be withheld only from the ignorant and irresponsible of both races. The Labor Question. There is one other martyr to which I shall refer, it was made the subject of great controversy during the elec tion and calls for at least a passing reference now. My distinguished pred ecessor has given much attention to the cause of labor, with whose strug gle for better. things he has shown the sincerest sympathy. At his instance congress has passed the bill fixing the liability-of interstate camera to thr employees for Injury sustained In the course of employment, abolishing the rule of fellow servant and the common law rule as to -contributory negligence and substituting therefor the so called rule of comparative negligence. It has also passed a law fixing the compen sation of government employees for Injuries sustained in the employ of the government through the negligence of the superior. It also passed a model child labor law for the District of Co lumbia. In previous administrations an arbitration law for interstate com merce railroads and their employees and laws for the application of safety devices to save the lives and limbs of employees of interstate railroads had been passed. Additional legislation of this kind was passed by the outgoing congress. I wish to say that, in so far as I can, I hope to promote the enactment of further legislation of this character. I am strongly convinced that the gov ernment should make itself as respon sible to employees injured in its em ploy as an interstate railway corpora tion is made responsible by federal law to its employees, and I shall be glad, whenever any additional reasona ble safety device can be invented to reduce the loss of life and limb among railway employees, to urge congress to require its adoption by interstate railways. Use of Injunctions Necessary. Another labor question has arisen which has awakened the most excited discussion. That is in respect to the power of the federal courts to issue injunctions in industrial disputes. As to that, my convictions are fixed. Take away from courts, if it could be taken away, the power to issue injunctions In labor disputes, and it would create a privileged class among the laborers and save the lawless among their num ber from a most needful remedy avail able to all men for the protection of their business against lawless Invasion. The proposition that business is not a property or pecuniary right which can be protected by equitable injunction is utterly without foundation in prece dent or reason. The proposition is usually linked with one to make the secondary boycott lawful. Such a proposition is at variance with the American Instinct and will find no support, in my Judgment, when submit ted to the American people. The sec ondary boycott is an instrument of tyranny and ought not to be made legitimate. The issuing of a temporary restrain ing order without notice has In several instances been abused by its incon siderate exercise, and to remedy this the platform upon which I was elect ed recommends the formulation in a statute of the conditions under which such a temporary restraining order ought to issue. A statute can and ought to be framed to embody the best modern practice and can bring the sub ject so closely to the attention of the court as to make abuses of the process unlikely in the future. American peo ple, if I understand them. Insist that the authority of the courts shall be sustained and are opposed to any change in the procedure by which th powers of a court may be weakened and the fearless and effective admin istration of Justice be interfered with. Having thus reviewed the questions likely to recur during my administra tion and having expressed in a sum mary way the position which I expect to take in recommendations to con gress and in my conduct as an execu tive, I Invoke the considerate sym pathy and support of my fellow citi zens and the aid of Almighty God in the discharge of my responsible duties. "Generally debilitated for years. Had sick headaches, lacked ambition, was worn-out and all run-down. Burdock Blood Bitters made me a well woman." Mrs. Chas. Freitoy, Moosup, Conn. 2 4 6 QUEEN ALEXANDRA SHOWS ONLY SLIGHT IMPROVEMENT TODAY (Special from United Press.) London. March 4. The failure ot Queen Alexandra to show marked Im proverrent from her serious indisposi tion of the last few days is responsi ble for King Edward's decision to-day to postpone his trip to Biarritz until to-morrow. The reason for the post ponement was officially given out as th severity of the weather, but it is stated that this was not the true cause. Unless the Queen suffers a re lapse, the King's physicians will insist on his leaving- to-rnorrow as they are anxious to have him escape the de pressing effects of the English pa'ace. The Queen is but slightly improved over yesterday hilt it was announced that her recovery is showing favorable progress. Gut This COUPON Out It Is Valuable, and Will Save Half Your Money. Redeemable at Leverty 's. J. A. Leverty & Bro.. the popular druggists, will save you money. Pre sent the following coupon at either of their three stores, 1655 Main St., 608 Park wenue, or North Ave., and Main street, and they will let you have a regular fifty cent package of Dr. Ames' Pleasant Specific for the cure of constipation and dyspepsia, containing a full month's treatment at half price. Cut This Coupon Out and Use It at Once. This coupon entitles the hold er to one 50c package of Dr. Ames" Pleasant Specific for the cure of dyspepsia, constipation and biliousness, at half price. 25c. We agree to return money in all cases where it does not cure. J. A. LEVERTY & BRO. Messrs. Leverty will go further, and will give with every package they sell their personal guarantee to refund the money if Dr. Ames' Pleasant Spe cific does not cure, a reliable medi cine at half price, with the guarantee that your money win be cheerfully re funded if the remedy dees not cure. Anyone who is suffering from liver trouble, constipation, sick headache indigestion, bad taste in the mouth, biliousness, specks before the eyes, melancholy, or tired feelings, should take advantage of this offer. Messrs. Leverty do not know how long they will be able to sell Ames' Pleasant Specific at half price, fur the sale has been something phenomenal. As the dose is diminished after the first few days a bottle that you can obtain now for 2 5 cents, will last a month. And it costs nothing if it does not cure. WANT ADS. CENT A WORD. MADE WELL AND STRONG By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Bardstown, Ky. " I suffered from ulceration and otherfemaletroublesfor a long time. Doc tors had failed to help me. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound was recommended, and I decided to try it. It cured mytrouble and made me well and strong, so that I can do all my own work." Mrs. Jos eph Hall, Bards town. Kv. Another Woman Cured. Christiana, Term. " I suffered from the worst form of female trouble so that at times I thought I could not live, and my nerves were in a dreadful condition. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound cured me, and made me feel like a different woman. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is worth its weight in gold to suffering women." Mrs. Mary Wood, R.F.D. 3. If you belong to that countless army of women who suffer from some form of female ills, don't hesitate to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from roots and herbs. For thirty years this famous remedy has been the standard for all forms of female ills, and has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with such ailments as displacements, fibroid tumors, ulceration, inflammation, ir regularities, backache, and nervous prostration. If you want .special advice -write orittoMrs. Pinkham,Lynn,Mass. It Is free and always helpful. HAWLEY. WILM0T& REYNOLDS Undertakers and Embalmers No. 168 State St.. Bridgeport, Ct. AH calls, da v or nleht, answer ed front office. George B. Haw ley, Vine St., near Park Ave.: Ed ward H.Wilmot, 865 Clinton Ave.: John B. Reynolds, 225 West Ave. ROURKE & ROURKE Undertakers and Embalmers 1295 MAIN STREET. Tel. 1661 Calls Answered Day or Night AUGUST LIEBERUM Undertaker and Embalmer 67, 69, 71 STATE ST. AH orders promptly attended to. Night calls answered from resi dence, 179 Golden Hill St.. oppo site Court House. Tel. call 937-3. House telephone 855. Wm. Lieberum & Son Embalmer and Undertaker Office and Residence 531 MAIN STREET Telephone Connection Margaret L. Gallagher UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Male Assistant 380 LAFAYETTE ST. Tel. S193 AUGUST G. BAKER Funeral Director and Embalmer Office, 931 Stratford Ave. Telephone 1093-2 Calls Answered Night or Day from Office H30 tf M. J. GANNON Funeral Director and Embalmer 1051 Broad St., Opp. Post Office 'Phone 1339 Residence. 1650 Park Ave. 'Phone, 1259 Lady Attendant T 12tf A Keuaoie Remedy FOR CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm is quickly absorbed. Gives Relief at Once. It cleanses, soothes, heals and protects the diseased mem brane resulting from Catarrh and drive away aCold in the Head quickly. Keetor the Senses of Taste and Smell. Full sii.. 50 cts. at Druggists or by mail. Liquit. Cream Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts. Ely Brothers. 56 Warren Street. New To We Cure en... We are specialists in acute and chronic diseases of men. Also in pri vate diseases and weaknesses. We have permanently cured thousands of cases of blood poison, nervous debili ty, exhausted vitality.kidney and blad der troubles, skin eruptions, stricture and long standing discharges of every nature. Consultation and friendly talk free. MEN. because physicians and spe cialists of ordinary ability have failed you don't be discouraged. Come to our modernly equipped offices and we will cure you. We allow car fare to Bridgeport patients. If yon cannot call write us Specialists services at family doc tor's prices. Office hours, 2 to 8 p. m. daily ex cept Fridays and Sundays. BioMedic Physicians, 102 Orange St., New Haven, Conn. .4Bs1b2 I THE FARMER: MARCH FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED. Experienced one needle Joiners. Apply at once. Birds y S m ers Co.. Bast Side. S 3 s WANTED. Experienced operators on one needle gore making. Birdsey Somers Co. B 15 tf. MALE HELP WANTED WANTED. A young man to learn painting and paperhanging. One with experience preferred. C. H. Murphy, 56 Gem Ave. S 3 up DRAFTSMEN, mechanical architec tural or structural, are always in demand at good salaries; ten young men wanted to Join club to learn drawing, at home evenings: instru ments furnished. Address C. S. K., Box 828, City. TJ25 tf LOST AND FOUND. FOUND. Large collie dog. Call at 100 Caroline St. S 3 sp ROOMS TO LET TO RENT Large front room: also hall room, with steam heat, gas, hot and cold water, in room. 469 State St. S 16 FOR RENT One 1786 Main St. store and rent, H3 tf FOR RENT Several 5-room flats, all improvemnts, $12; desirable loca tion. L- Weiss, Room 24, 926 Main St. T 11 tf TO RENT. 5 room flat, all modern improvements. $15. 699 East Main: 4 room flats, modern improvenets. $10. Sterling and Noble: 3 rooms. $7. 8 Sterling St. Inquire 693 East Main, or Attorney Meltzer. 925 Main. G IE p TO RENT 5 rooms Ellsworth St., all imp.; 5 rooms. Sixth St., all imp.; 5 rooms Carroll Ave., all imp.; 5 rooms. Drew Place, all imp.; 5 rooms, Elmwood Ave., all imp, Hurlburt & Co., agents, 1094 Main St. SI 6 tf FOR RENT. The office formerly oc cupied by the late Dr. Norvai Smith. No. 486 Shelton St. This Is a splen did spot for a physician. There la a nice practice, worked up for the past two years, and the rent for the of fice ir very reasonable. Inquire, H. L. Blackman & Son. Room 105 War ner BIdg., 82 Fairfield Ave. The Best Rents for the price 986 Norman St.. 8 rooms. . $30.00 1764 Main St.. 5 rooms 14 00 116 Parallel St.. 6 rooms. 16-00 95 N. Washington Ave.. 6 rooms, 20.00 2367 Park Ave.. 8 rooms 20-00 2370 Park Ave.. 4 rooms 10-00 112 Pacific St., -J rooms 1000 945 Capitol Ave.. 7 rooms 15.00 33 Wells St.. 5 rooms " 00 HURLBURT A COMPANY. Room 1. 1094 Main St. R'NTS IN ALL PARTS of the PITY MadUon Avenue, North Avenue, Wood Avenue, Ehmvood Avenue, Grove Street, Beeclmood Avenue, Warren Court, Carroll Avenue, Beardsley Street, William Street, Brooks Street. Call and Look Over Our List ANDERSON & CO., 952 MAIN ST. BARGAINS in one, two and four-family houses; building lots on Wells Place, Strat ford and at Washington Bridge; City building lots at great reduction in prices; want to close these properties; payments to suit purchaser. Steamship tickets to and from all parts. Money drafts at lowest rates. JAMES FEELEY'S Open Evenings 1 Arcade MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. We want to buy 100 van leads of second hand furniture and household goods?, and also mdse. of every description. We give 5 per cent, more than other dealers. A. Elwood & Son. Inc.. auctioneers, salesroom. 171 John St. B 26 tf. Are You In the Market for the BEST COAL AND WOOD at lowest market prices? If so send your orders to EMACK & HOYT CO. Yard, Evergreen and River Streets; or City Office. 181 State Street, Opposite City Hall. 'Phone 951-3. THE NEW ELECTRIC LIGHT TUNGSTEN 40 Watt Lamp. 60 Watt Lamp. 100 Watt Lamp. .$0.70 . 0.85 . 1.00 These Lamps furnished only to cus tomers connected witlioiir service. CHEAPER and BETTER than any otlter LIGHT. Let us give you an estimate to wire and fit your store or office with these lamps. The United Illuminating Co. 148 John Street TO UN AMOUNT Si FROM $5.00 UP .Over half of the business of theJ Iworld is done on borrowed cap-J "ltal. Loans further ail great .enterprises. Loans establish! fthe credit of nations. But it sn't the good fortune of every- Ibody to have what is known in financial circles as "gilt edged ksecurity." It is this great ma- Fjority we wish to reach and as- ksist when assistance is mosti needed. We Loan any amount! from $5.00 up on Household. .Goods. The goods remain in! Fvour possession- We deal hon-' kestly and fairly with all. Write, call or 'phone. household Loan CoJ Room 30O, Meigs Buildinc-. r ttiirl floor, front of ppi-ni Phone 1384. Open evenings! P 00L and BOWLIN G ECKLEB & C O.'S (Two Stores) 068 Main St 874 4, 1909. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS We are offering for sale at a bargain three houses For further particular see BARTRAM & GREENE NO. 4 FRAMvUN BLOCK FOR SALE Double House. All Improvements. Good location in the West End Building Lots in the North, East and West Minis CHARLES H.WOLFE 104-106 Meigs BIdg. Fire Insurances FOR SALE The double house, 650 654 Connecticut Ave., full double line improvements; price $4,500; terms. $1,500 cash. TO RENT West of Ash Creek, 1st floor. 1 acre land, $16; Edgewood St., 2d house west of Burr Road. $8; 1497 Park Av., cor. Worth St.. lower Vz. $13; Golden Hill St. .east of Middle St. and Kossuth St. near Stratford Ave., stores to rent; East End Wllliston, near Bunnell, 10 rooms, $15. Enquire at the Industrial Savings Bank, southeast cor. Fairfield Ave. and Middle St. AUCTION SALE HIGHEST PRICES PAID for used fur niture, carpets and store fixtures. Bridgeport Auction & Commission Co., 296 State St. Tel. 1686-2. D 1 STORAGE FURNITURE STORED, packed and shipped: new building, light and dry rooms. One Dollar per month. Bridgeport Van & Storage Co., 296 State St. Tel. 1586-2. D 1 tf HOTELS ADAMS HOUSE Finest Liquors and Cigars. Free Lunch Every Day 42 FAIRFIELD AVE. Opp. Poli's I 19 tf BOWLING ARCADE ALLEYS 11 First Class Alleys A. P. DUDLEY, W. E. HOLAH Proprietors 56 JOHN STREET FURNITURE FURITURE. BEDDING, STOVES, housefurniehlngs. cash or on easy terms Your credit s good, ask for prices and -erms. The Sterling Fur niture Co.. 1287 Main St. Tel. 923-2. B 22 tf. STORAGE OF FURNITURE. Sepa rate rooms, securely locked, furni ture and china packing. Furnitu-e and Pianos removed, large vans, careful handling. Bridgeport Storage Warehouse Co.. 1287 Main St.. Cor. Congress St. Tel. 923-2. tf. INSTRUCTION PIANO REPAIRING Now is the time to have your piano put in per fect condition. Our workmen are not busy and we can give you a very low figure now. Let us tell you how much it will cost. Drop postal or Call. Steinert's Piano Store, 915 Main St. L6 tf CARPET CLEANING Bridgeport Steam Carpet Cleaning and Fluff Rug Works Has Removed to 236 Stratford Ave. O. W. WILCOX, Prop. J. G. FLORIDA, Mgr. Telephone 1328-3 ..S23 tf PERSONAL MRS. BLANCHE BARNARD. Clair voyant and Trance Medium, gives readings daily: Sunday by appoint ment only. Six questions answered by mail, 25 cents and self addressed postpaid envelope. Address 491 Main St., Bridgeport, Conn. 112 tf CARD READER. Advice on all af fairs. 25c. Mrs. Levy, 674 Madison Ave.. 4th house above North Ave. G 6 tf. SWELL CAFES LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS with you. Weep and you weep alone. Stop at the Eagles' Nest for a smile. Cor. East Washington Ave., and No. Main St.. J. J. Ra leigh. Prop. BANES THE CITY NATIONAL BANK lOl, 103, 105 Wall Street Capital $250,000 Surplus and Profits 340,006 FRANK MILLER, President CHARLES E. HOUGH. Cashier THE BRIDGEPORT NATIONAL BANK of Bridgeport, Conn., cor ner Main and Bank streets. T. B. DeForest, president; F. N. Benham, Cashier. Capital $215,850; surplus and undivided profits, $280,000. THE CONNECTICUT NATIONAL BANK, of Bridgeport, corner Main sjnd Wall streets. S. W. Baldwin, President; H. S. Shelton, Vice Pres ident: L. B. Powe, Cashier; T. C. Cumming, Assistant Cashier; Cap ital, $332,100; Surplus and Profits, $300,000. r FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Bridge port, corner of Main and Bank Sts. Chas. G. Sanford, presidnt; E. W. Marsh, vice president; O. H. Broth well, cashier. Capital, $250,000; surplus. $300,000. A. GRIVE Contractor and Builder Manufacturer of Door and Window Frames, Stairs and all kinds of Inter ior Trim. Mil! and Office 1231 PEMBROKE ST. Telephone 1640. KELLY'S CIGAR STORE 141 FAIRFIELD AVE. The best cigar made in imported and domestic brands. Complete line of smokers' supplies. Pool room ad joining Cigar Store. JAMES H. KELLY SIDEWALKS Sand and Gravel T5e BURNS CO., 82 FAIRFIELD AVENUE BROKEN STONE, all sizes. ROOFING G14 all Telephone ADVERTISE IN THE FARMER. FOR SALE FOR SALE. Nos. 220 to 238 North Washington avenue (near Grand St.) This property is all rented and com prises tenements and stores and will be sold in one lot or will be divided to suit purchaser. Apply to J. Wilde, 29 West Liberty St. B 20 tf RESTAURANT BRIDGEPORT FOR SALE. Fully equipped good paying Min street largest in city. Price reasonable if sold at once. Crossley & Clark. 1U5 Main St. S 2 d PATENT STOVE BRICK to fit any stove made sent by express for $1 Stove grates furnished. S. J. Stow, New Haven. L8 s FOR SALE Typewriters, all makis, new and second hand. Mullins' Typewriter Exchange, 159 State St. B20 tf TYPEWRITERS Mullins Typewrit er Exchange, 159 State St. B20 tf FOR SALE Cottage house of six rooms, west part of the city. Fine home for working man. Little mon ey will buy. 318 Meigs BIdg. R 5 tf I BUY OLD HORSES to kill. Re move dead ones free of charge any where within 2 5 miles of Bridge port.. F. H. Daniels, 2 367 Madison Road. Tel. 1811-6. Lll EDUCATIONAL F. H. LAWTON TEACHER VIOLIN AND PIANO 38 'COURTLAND STREET MRS. E. J. O'NEILL Voice Production Scientific Breathing A Few More Pupils Accepted Tel. 487-2 785 MAIN STREET MADAM HALL has opened a dress cutting school and will be in Bridge port Thursday. Friday and Saturday of each week. Will have day and evening classes. Also do fashionable dress making. Money refunded if not satisfied. Room 305 Court Ex change Building. State St. H 28 tf SURGICAL APPLIANCES ELASTIC SURGICAL APPLIANCES fashioned on hand looms to individ ual requirements. Requisites for physicians, nurses, hospitals. Wil liam Snowden, No. 6 Taylor Block. 1119 Broad street. A practical ex perience of over 25 years. Telephone 997. I 29 tf Business Opportunities Our specialty Is Business Proposi tions of all kinds; stores, factories, cafe's realty, etc., bought, sold, ex changed; city or country. Informa tion confidential. MacDaniel & Co., Business Brokerage, 212 Warner Build ing. Bridgeport. H7p STEAMBOATS , BridgeportLioe JUmM rn tor. ,An av nation tun new iuka Fare 50 Cents. STEAMER NAUGATUCK IN COMMISSION Leaves Bridgeport Naugatuck wharf, dally except Saturdays at 12 night. Returning, leaves New fork. Pier 28 East River, daily except Sun days, at 11:00 a. m. L. B. Nickerson, agent. Bridgeport. F. C. Coley, A. G. P. A.. New York. New York and Bridgeport Transportation Co. ONLY INDEPENDENT LINE daily between BRIDGEPORT, NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN Now located at their New Dock, Foot of Pembroke Street J. F. GRANDFIELD, Agent 'Phone 3270 Merchant's Line Formerly Joy Steamship Co. ' STEAMER SEABOARD Daily Except Sunday Leaves New York. Pier 18 East Riv er, 2:30 p. m. Due at Bridgeport 7:30 p. m Leave Bridgeport. Joy Line Dock, 2:00 a. m. Arrive New York 7:00 a. m. For further information and rates apply to W. H. PEASE, Agent. FLORIDA and the SOUTH by the most popular of all routes, The SAVANNAH LINE For State Rooms and all other infor mation address LOUIS H. LYON. Agent, Room 14 164 State Street Bridgeport, Conn. HflENAND WOfifi Use Big O for nnna: i: hareea.inflamnnn: irritations or ulcerai trietar-fe. of m u c o n s memhr- Prvat Caatatiaai. Painless, and not as: H E t VANS UK EM ICALUO. gfot or poisonous. Sold by DracE'i- or vent in plain wrnr by express, prepaid. tUN, or 3 bottles S2.7r Circular teat an no- STATE OF CONNECTICUT. DISTRICT OF BRIDGEPORT, ss: PROBATE COURT. February 26th. 1909. Kstafe of Rodesca K. Bowers. late of the town of Bridgeport, in said Dis --S. c:hd:niiati,o.HW3 m r.s.. trict, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of Bridgeport, hath limited and allowed six months from the date hrreof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neg lect to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time, will be de barred a recovery. All persons in debted to said estate are requested tf make immediate payment to FREDERICK D. KEELEP. Executor. S 2 s Franklin Bidg. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Edwin Smith & Co., dealers 5 in guns, fish- lng tackle' and sporting goods . - You can also get your keys fitted, locks repaired, saws filed, lawn mowers sharpened, and all kinds of light repairing done at temith's Gun Store, 95 Wall Street, lei. 75-4. s 14 tf DOOR PLATES, Bell Plates, Door Numbers, and Engraved Plates of every description. Indelible Ink. Stamps, Daters and Pads. Few doors from Main St. The Schwerd tle Stamp Co., 41 Cannon St. . B 26 d WANTED Housekeepers to try "In fusoria Cream." The finest and best silver polish known. Guaranteed harmless. Ask your dealer for it. - S26 p CONNECTICUT CYCLE CO 127 Stratford Ave. (at the lower bridge). Now is the time to have your bicy cles put in running order for the spring. B19 TO RENT Typewriters, Underwood, Remington, Smith, Oliver, etc, at Mullins' Typewriter Exchange, 159 State St. b 20 tf DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS made tao order. Old screens repair ed in all kinds of wood and finish. Estimates furnished. Henry C. Hoff man & Co.. 255 Water St. Rl tf PEOPLE SAY to go to the Bridgeport Household Supply Co.and trade with them. It is true because Mr.Berger gives you all accommodations. 1346 Main St., near Arch St. P18 UPHOLSTERING Mattress making ma steam leather renovating Ern- est Ortlepp, 171 Burroughs St Tele phone 312-2. U 13 tf SHOW CASES Cigar combination oiiciil salesman, store and of fice fittings. Cabinet work of all kinds designed and made. Hoffman Show Case Coi, 256 Water St. R14 tf LADIES' ATTENTION Ladles wffl avoid worry by using our remedy for delayed period, and which ia the only reliable monthly remedy for sale. Thousands of testimonials we have from our patrons to prove it. Positively refuse all others, no matter what they claim, trial seat free. Paris Chemical Co., Milwau kee, Wis. T22 tf SHOES NEW AND SECOND HAND Shoes f sale Repairing neatly and prompt i uohu bi luwwi prices. riSTimn Hartman. 71 Stat street. AIM UP-TO-DATE TAILORS DO YOU WANT to have your clothing , cleaned, pressed, repaired, or altered? Tb well known Middle street teller will do the Job neat, quick and rea- . son able. Matthias Sal ben. custom tailor. 23 Middle street, between Lafayette and Tramont Hotel. Bridge- ' port. Conn. Bt MONEY TO LOAN MONET LOANED on household goods, also on second and third, mortgages on property, to be repaid in small weekly payments. Strictly confi dential. Bridgeport Loan Co., Room 110, Warner Building, 83 Fairfield Ave. B 18 tf MONEY ADVANCED TO CONDUC TORS, engineers, firemen, trainmen. clerks, letter carriers, mail clerks, school teachers, bookkeepers, cash iers, mechanics and others. Strictly confidential. Heffron Co., Room 301 Meigs BIdg. G17 tf MONEY FURNISHED SALARIED FKuriiJi witnout security or col lateral, easy payments. Offices In 62 principal cities. Save yourself money by getting my terms first. D. H. ToTman. Room 47 Taylor Building, 46, Cannon St. BS tf RAILROADS OCTOBER 12, 1908. ' Trains Leave Bridgeport aft. Follows: FOR NEW YORK 4:. t6:43. t6:26. t7:17. 7:60. : 9:08. 9:21, 10:02, 11:0S. A. M. 12:29, 12:34. l:4t, 2:27. 2:89. 4:13. 6:08, 5:27, 6:12. :29. T:2.' 8:11, 9:27. 10:00 P. M SUNDAYS 4:44, 5:16, ,8:26. 10:0t A. M. ' U2:30, 2:22, 2:27, 4:11. 6:08. 6:2 t6:46, 7:29. 8:11. 9:27. 9:62. P. B&.1 FOR WASHINGTON, via fTHtiilsi River. 12:30 (daily A. M. ; 1:24. P. M. FOR NEW HAVEN 12:2. 1:4I, 2:19, 6:60, 7:66. 8:58,, '9-.Z6. 10:44. 11:33 A. M. 12:16, 12:30. 1:50, 2:29. 8:30. 3:46. 4:26. 4:4. 6:41, 6:32. 7:01. 7:82, 9:i7, 9:58. tll:54 P. M. SUNDAYS 12:81, 1:41, 2:19, 8:13, 9:48. 10:44,11:33. A M 2:29. 4:26. "6:32, 7:18. 7:1, :47, 10:02 P. M. FOR BOSTON, via New Londoa and Providence 1:41. "Ijil. 6:50. 11:33 A. M. 2:29. 3:46. 4:25. 6:32 P. M. SUNDAYsl 1:41, 1:1 11:33 A. M. 2:29 4:26. 6:21 P. M. FOR BOSTON, via Hartford and Willimantic 9:36, A, Id. 3:10. P. M. FOR WINSTED and intermediate Stations 5:00. 7:00. 9:46. A. M. 2:35, 6:54. 7:40 P. M. SUNDAYS 8:30 A. M. 6:45 P. M. FOR WATERBURY, ANSONIA. DERBY and Intermediate Stations 5:00. 7:00, 8:00. 9:45 A. M. 2:35, t6:54, 7:40 P. M. SUNDAYS. 8:30, 10:50. A. M. 6:45. 8:50. P. BC FOR til'. HARRINGTON, LENOX, PITrSFlELD. ETC 7:00. 9:60, AM. 4:33. P. M. SUNDAYS 8:30 A. M. FOR DANBURY, NEW MIL FORD, ETC., via Brooktteld Junction. 7:00. 9:50, A. M. 4:33. 6:37 P. M. FOR LITCHFIELD, ETC. 9:50 A. M. 4:33 F. M. SUNDAYS 8:30. A. M. Express train. TLoca! Expre STEAMSHIP TICKETS to and from all parts of the world by all lines, drafts payable in all for eign countries. As it is now time foi your spring booking, if you intend going abroad this summer. 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