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THE FARMER: MARCH 31 1909.
WELLS MUST BE DREDGED AT SEWER MOUTHS Easter Clothes Experienced SEWERS WANTED for our Alter HELP WANTED for our Alteration Department Show ation Dept. i 1138-1140-1142 1144 MAIN STREET Clothes For Young Men Our Young Men's Suits have a pedigree. They come from makers that "Know How." The twists and turns of fashion are all honored the fabrics are smart and the suits are dashing, distinctive and dif ferent. HUB CLOTHING HOUSE MAIN AND BANE STREETS Bridgeport Public Market Branch! SPECIALS Thursday, April I, 1909 PORK SAUSAGE ....... i FRANKFTJRTS PLAIN PICKLED TRIPE HONEY COMB TRIPE. . CRULLERS CHOICE CRULLERS. .8c per lb .8c per Tb .3c per lb1 .5c per lb ; .8c per dozen' Bridgeport Public Market Branch 781-737 EAST MAIN STREET. mmmmmmmwfmmtmmrmm& SPRING AND SUMMER OPENING 3 Trimmed Millinery March the thirtieth and thirty-first Nine hundred and eight-nine Broad Street Bridgeport, Connecticut A cordial invitation extended to onr patrons -5 MISS 1VI. E. IRONS formerly of Sturtevant & Irons, and now in her new parlors ROOM 316, COURT EXCHANGE Invites the inspection of the new and very desirable stock of SPRING MILLINERY SHOW DAYS WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY MARCH 31 AND APRIL 1 GEO. B. CLARK & CO. 1057 to 1073 Broad St. NOW OPEN AT THE NEW STORE. We Manufacture HARNESS EXPRESS, TEAM AND FARM HARNESS A SPECIALTY PRICES RIGHT OF New York's Latest Fashions FOB MEN, BOYS St CHILDREN AT The Surprise Store 1119-1123 MAIN ST. Security Bldg. Every day from 8:30 a. m. to 6 p. m. Saturdays from 8:30 a. m. to 11 p. m. ADMISSION FREE SPRING STYLE BOOKS FREE ON REQUEST Tlie Grandest Display of Xew Spring Fashions Ever Shown This Easter Clothes Show will be of great interest to every well dressed man and thrifty mother. Every new shade is rep resented. ot.ivf: TAUPE SUATE GREEN" SMOKE TAN BROWN BIjUE MODE GRAY and many other shades. Every new model is In cluded. CUMBER T,WD STANLEY LONSD.AI-E BEDFORD BliAZA SARANAO GLENTI,E HARVARD PLYMOTTH 'VARSITY and many other models. You are cordially invited to see the new Fashions. MEN'S EASTER SUITS S5, $7.50, $10, $12, $15, $20 YOUTHS EASTER SUITS $5, $7, $8.50, $10, $12, $15 BOYS' EASTER SUITS $1.50, $2.50, $3.50, $5, $6.50 The Surprise Store 1119-1123 MAIN ST. SECURITY BLDG. This Will Prevent Sewage Deposits from Filling op Channel. Order in Form of Suggestion Cames To Street Committee from ajor Harry Taylrjr It Was Formerly The Prac- ; tice To Dredge Such Depositories ! Every Few Years. Major) Harry Taylor of the engin eering department will not allow the city to empty the Lindley street sewer into thti channel near the Berkshire Mills arad has informed the sewer com mittee tihat he would advise the dredg ing of a WOMENS' SUITS FOR EASTER well 100 feet square and 12 feet BUILDINGS FOB CBESCENT AVENUE flicks Realty Company and II. S. Chal lenger Ready to Build. The Hicks Realty Co. expects within about a month to break ground in Crescent avenue between William and Harriet streets for a new block con taining three stores and four flats. The structure will be three stories high, the first of brick and second of wood and stucco work. The building will be 56 x 60 ft., and will take the place of some one story shacks which have stood there for several years. How ard S. Challenger, who owns the prop erty just east of the Hick's property, with less frontage is planning to build a three story building of similar de sign, with tvo fiats above and a large store for himself on the ground floor. below 1 w water for the reception of sewage. This suggestion from the War d partment is regarded as a foreruni ter ordering the city to dig similar basins at the mouth of all its sewers to take care of the sewerage I and tha.t the time is not far distant I when the city will have to make a yearly appropriation for the dredging I of seweir basins at the mouth of the sewers. I While the idea of the city digging the big thole in the bottom of the river comes as a suggestion from the War Department it is really mandatory for in the Isame breath the department makes nt understood that it will not allow sewage to empty into the chan nel. The tnandate from Major Taylor comes at a ' time when the aldermen were planning to alleviate the condi tions at the Berkshire Mills' wharf. John Al Barri, proprietor of the mills, claimed', damages because the city was allowing the Llndley street sewer to fill up Ithe berth he had dredged in front of his wharf for the purpose of tying up coal boats. The city agreed to pay damages and to better condi tions by extending the sewer to deep water. It was planning to lay the ex tension when the letter came from the War department. At the meeting of the sewer committee last night it was decided to hold another meeting on Friday night for the purpose of con sidering Major Taylor's suggestion. The committee decided further to hold pub'ic hearings on Monday even ing, April 19, upon the laying of sew ers in the following streets: Savoy street, from Main to Wayne street; extension of the present sewer in Madison avenue, from Federal street to Garfield avenue; North avenue 150 ft. west of Lexington avenue; Cherry street from Bostwick avenue to Han cock avenue; Hanover Btreet, between Norman street and Wordin avenue; Eaten street, between Norman street and Park avenue and on the purchase tit the' private sewer in Cliff street, near the Wheeler public school. Never has there congregated in our Garment Section so many Women Suit buyers as they did last week. It's not surprising. The garments we are showing this season are the most tempting creations that ever entered our store. The prices are guaranted to he the lowest in Bridgeport, taken all the good fea tures into consideration which thej- are possessing. You needn't doubt where to buy your suit as the time is short. Come here the earliest you can and select your suit, so you may be properly fitted, and avoid disap- $Q QO n tA pointment. Prices range from wm0 lU PUv "sons of Daniel boone" to lunt kidnapper: '.ember of a Boy's Organ zttian Dis appears. New York, March 31. Twenty thou sand American boys, all members of a social and athletic organization known as the Sons of Daniel Boone, have en listed in the task of running down the kidnapper of one of their number, Har old Moon, a member of the Flint, Mich., Chapter of the organization. The boy disappeared Fern. 27. The aid of the Sons of Daniel Boone was invoked by Ralph Moon a brother of the kidnapped boy in a letter of ap peal sent to every chapter of the or gan'zation in America. "Please get right to work and hus tle," urges the boy in his letter, "for he honor of our great society and to help a fellow scout who is in the hands of the enemy." EMERGENCY CAS S Of ONE NIGHT William McGrath was seized with uraemic convulsions at his boardirg place 147 Golden Hill street last night and was removed to St. Vincent's hos pital. He recovered consciousness during the night and was reported to be in a fair way to recovery this morn ing. A stone thrown by an Inconsiderate bystander so disturbed the mustang which was riddenn by Samuel Spat on Main street last night that the animal bucked, throwing his rider to the pave ment and injuring him seriously. Spat Is 19 years of age. He struck the pavement on his head and was render ed unconscious. He recovered at the Emergency hospital where Dr. Ives dressed his wounds. Mrs. Ann Canning fell down the stairs at her home 141 Howe street yes terday. She was picked up in an un conscious condition. A physician who was called found symptoms of inter nal injuries. FOOT BRIDGE ACROSS the river at Congress street to open WHEN? Drew Brothers, the hustling wine mer chants at 43 Sterling street will make a present of a 26 piece silver set to the man calling at their place and guess ing nearest to thie day and time when the foot bridge will open. Con test ends May 1st. 185-207 MIDDLE ST.. BRIDGEPORT, CONN. THIS SERVICE IS PROMPT Our Flat Work Service is prompt. More than that it is quick. Tou will find that we can wash and iron your flat pieces. return them promptly at the time we promise them to you, and you will be agree ably surprised when you learn the little time that we require in which to do this work. If you will 'phone us or ask our drivei we will set a time to call for and deliver your work that will "be convenient to you. COCAINE WHICH DULLS TH ' NERVES never yet cured Nasal : Catarrh. The heavy feeling in the i forehead, the stuffed up sensat'on and i the watery discharge from eyes an1 ' nose, along with al! the other miseries p.ttending the disease, arc rut to rout by Ely's Cream Balm. Smell and taste are restored, breathing is made nor mal. Until you try this remedy, you can form no idea of the go it will do you. Is applied d'rectly to the sore soot. All druggists. 50c. Mailed by Ely Bros.. 56 Warren Streei, New York. The Crawford Laundry 36 Fairfield Avenur Telephone 2910 Ask for O'ltoarlte-ft anion tobacco. PALOI.. the palatable castor oil on ale at all drug stores. TJ l tf. THE PRkVI'IF.ST FACE, and the most bpnutiful hands are of ten disfigured by an unsightly wart. It can easily be removed in a few Jays without pain by using Cyrus' Wart Remover, for sale only at The Cyrus Pharmacy, 253 Fairfield avti.ua and 186 Cannon St. CLEAXEASY, THE BEST II AND SOAP. Guaranteed not to Injure the skin. Instantly removes Stove Polish. Rust. J lease. Ink. Paint and Dirt. For the) hands or clothing. Large can 10 cents. Manufactured by Wm. R. Winn. 21 i Stratford v Sun rises tomorrow 5:38 a. m. Sun sets today 6:16 p. m. High water 7: '3 a. m. Low water 2:05 P. m. Moon sets 3:35 a. m. NEW EASTER NECKWEAR Who Is who in Bridgeport? Read the Evening Farmer Monday, April 6, 191.9, then you know. MOTHER WOULD JOIN HER SON IN LEPER COLONY Mrs. Th mas ef Bos on Only Waits Per mission from Authorities. March 81. Praying that she Trtkjv -inr it or lenpr snn .Tamps in a living death on Penikese Island, Mrs. Emma Thomas or Boston, is to-aay in a fever of apprehension lest the state board of charities refuse her plea. A decision is to be given Friday. Only a few days ago young Thomas. 17 years old, was sent to the Molokai of Buzzards Bay, he having contract ed the dread disease in the Barbadoes. Now his mother has sold all her goods and only awaits the state's permission to join him in his living death. "I may Just as well be a leper," she says. "People shun me and 'pass over to the other side of the street when they see me coming. If I have it, then they will be compelled to send me where I can be with my poor boy Nothing matters to me but my son. No matter what the price, even if it be my life. I will gladly Join him in a few days." Tour Easter Wardrobe is not complete unless you own a pretty and dainty neck piece or two. We are showing so many pretty styles that at first glance you will find just what you want. New Dutch Collars, n AQr Jabots, Stocks, all styles. Prices from W 47 C. BARGAINS IN SHOES Ladies' Dongola Oxford, light anri heavy soles, worth Big Bo37s' Satin Calf, Blucher cut, sizes 1 to 5y2, worth Little Gents' Satin Calf, sizes 8 to 13y2 .... Childs' Dongola Patent Tip, button and lace - I $1.50 HOLZER WON'T APPEAR TO FAVOR HIS THREE BILLS Hartford. March 3L Senator Hlzer of Bridgeport yesterday said that he would not appear before the Judiciary committee to favor the three bills he introduced which have been regarded here as prohibiting any corporation from doing business not spec.fically permitted by its charter. Mr. Holzer repeated that he intro duced the bills at the request of an attorney acting for the United States Illuminating Company of New Haven and Bridgeport and said that h? un derstood their purpose was to prevent any private corporation from selling light and power to any other corpora tion or individual. "I shall not appear in the favor of these bills." said the senator yester day. "1 have no further Interest ;n them. As I have said, I introducsd them at the request of a Bridgeport at torney. The bills have not been as signed a hearing before the judiciary cammittee as yet." Who is who in Bridgeport? Read the Evening Farmer Monday. April 5, 19CS, then you know. WANT ADS. CENT A WORD. WANTED fiOliD TAILOR'S LABEL Ashamed to Own Up to Wearing Ready Made i Clothing Funny Isn't It? SO HE OFFERED TO BUY TAILOR'S NAME Then He Could "Chuck the Bluff" He Wore a Tailor Made Suit. There came to the notice of the writer recently an instance that was as amusing- as it was convincing, that a man with a ready-made suit of clothes is. ashamed to acknowledge his clothing ie not the work of a custom tailor. A fellow clad in ready-mades stepped into one of Bridgeport's best tailoring places and wanted to buy the tailor's label so that he could place it in his ready-made suit and "cut the bluff" he had tailor-ma-fle clothes. Can you beat this? And is there any doubt in your mind' but what every wearer of a ready-made suit feels more or less a.'hamed when he lacks the in dividuality at having his clothes made for himself alone, to his own measure and to harmonize with his personal characteristics and by his own tailor who knows his requirements and how to fit him? No man can feel right in a suit made for anyone who happens to pick it up on the 'bargain counter or elsewhere, and that's why -this man referred to went tb a good tailor and confidentially tried to buv a label from him to sew Into the clothes of which he was ashamed. Is this sort of apo logetic feeling about one's apparel worth the very few dollars saved in buying ready-made clothes? No a thousand times no and if you are wise you'll never exnerience it. There's satisfaction, all kinds of it, in being able to say, "Wheale made my suit." Then you know and your friends know your clothes are riirht rie-ht in stv'.e and fit, right every way. Then be a:ble to say just this thing about your Bister suit. Go to Wheale. 1042 M-ain street, and you'll get the most satis faction you've ever known since you bought your first long trousers. Wheate is the creative tailor he orig inates! styles especially adapted for your onr, and- his clothes are al ways lie height of fashion. Step in and lQt and ask questions, at least. STEM-BLOCK CLOTHES for You cannot do better. They are tailored not manu factured that is what makes STEIN-BLOCH Clothes fit with style hold their shape and please you more every day. Brains are put into them thought study love for color and the proper matching of lin ing and fabric all these things are brains. You can't find any thing in this world that is right that hasn't brains in its mak ing. Now the week before Easter consider what is due your looks as a careful dresser. Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes are here in all the correct models and styles Men or Young Men. Suits $20 to $35. Overcoats $20 to $28. Other makes $10 to $18. Wear THIS JJkBKL STAMBS ratMUtasW TU U Eor Knowing gwsrmll m H li a SPRING RE GAL S for MEN AND WOMEN "nq MAIN STWIfc F tor-,-- AC HATS GLOVES NECKWEAR SHOES It P