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THE FARMER: MARCH 31, 1909.
BBk THE EVENING FARMER PublUbod at ST Fairfield Avenue. Bridgeport. Conn. THE FARMER PUBLISHING CO., ISSUED DAILT EXCEPT SUNDAY. SIESCI1F1I0N RITES PAILY EDmOH: X Om Tear ....v. 9S.OO Month, . .. --25 Week o EDITIOS: Om Tear la Advance. . . . .91. 0 New Tack Office. 990 Broadway. (St. Paul. Building) C A. MENET, Representative. WSDNBSDAT, MAJRJCTH 31, 1909. DOMINATED BT WATER. CO. Tile committee n Cities and Bor ugha, which baa decided against al lowing the city of Bridgeport to own Ma water supply, appears to be quite completely under the domination of Che water corporation, as voiced by the Unertiii of the House in the guise of a mare resident of Fairfield. Ownership had been authorized by the previous session of General Assembly, but cou pled with conditions which made the authorization Ineffective and valueless. The principal obstructive condition wm the conferment of a veto power Upon the towns of Fairfield and Strat ford. The pending measure, adverse ly decided upon by the committee on Cities and Boroughs, would remove this obstructive condition and also oth. srwlse facilitate municipal ownership. It really stripped the previous au thorization of subterfuges and brought the matter to the straight issue, wheth er the' committee would favor the city or the water company, and the com mittee made Its choice for the latter, a. fact which Justifies the charge that the committee is dominated by the pri vate corporation. Were the committee constituted, in Its majority, of representatives of cit ies, as it should be, the decision would undoubtedly have been In favor of the city, for the right of the matter is upon that side, as all city representa tives are well aware. We hesitate to charge that Speaker Banks packed this committee against the B ridgeport proposition, even though the facts so Indicate. He knew that this matter would come before the committee, and he did not give city representation upon it, a distinct and significant vio lation of the precedents. Presumably, the House will adopt the committee's adverse report, and the effect of such action will be that the General Assembly refuses to allow the city of Bridgeport to own its water supply, as do nearly ell cities in the country and as they find profit in do Ign, unless it can secure the consent of Fairfield and Stratford, only a I fraction of whose people take the wa ter service and whose combined popu lation Is less than one-tenth of that of Bridgeport. Injustice has no greater depth. Increased tariff duties on long ho siery and gloves have brought many women to a realisation of the effect of tariff duties upon prices, and they are beginning to send protests to Wash ington. They are reaching a belief that a tariff duty is a tax, and that ft Is not paid by Importers but is un necessarily added to the prices of goods produced In this country. There are S3 States which now im pose an Inheritance tax. If a. Fed eral tax of this kind be imposed, all of these States must repeal their in heritance taxes or allow a double bur den to be Imposed. The latter alter native is really ' Inadmissible. How serious the matter is in some states tnay be realized from the fact that New York derives one-fifth of its rev enue from this source. Brazil produces about 80 per cent, of fhe world's supply of coffee, and ira- rises export taxes aggregating about 1-4 cents a pound not 3 1-2 as here tofore erroneously stated. That coun try holds thus a commanding position and cannot be coerced by tariff pro visions Into abandoning its export taxes. For the benefit of Porto Rico and the Philippines, we might tax our selves upon imports of coffee without n the least disturbing the equanimity f Brazil. 'Railway Magnate Hill finds that ev pry member of .Congress favors econ omy in expenditures except in his own flistrict. There have been exceptions to this rule, but they have been rare. Speaker Cannon first came into prom inence as a chronic and somewhat acrid objector, but appears to have Since lost his tendency toward econ omy. Mr. Hill might have added that no member favors tariff reductions applicable in his own district, how ever the real conditions may allow such changes with complete safety. A. recent report from Washington stated that President Taft was con sidering favorably a proposition to levy a tax on corporation dividends. Now it is stated that the President and Speaker Cannon have conferred upon the subject and decided to push k forward at the regular session of Congress in December. . Ease of col lection is one of the arguments in its support, as in the matter of an inher itance tax. But what a storm of op position will arise! There are in this country quite a few stockholders in corporations. I Catered in the PoMoffloe at Bridgepor Conn., aa fro nil claas matter. was 103.78. Bid for the new town b(3 to sulrJ estate arc requested to make : I llllllUlXf lit As an effective argument with rural Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs hall bonds were opened last Thursday, immediate payment to fll II IP I i I I J I memoers oi tne uenerai Assembly, the T spppnents of a public utilities coramis ttabajEaaaaerting that under its EL , rWosaWssssssssssssssssafcisssfcafe .. ,m m, .,t-- rAn ..L tfraa BBSssa.am ;Sm'' jbbbbh Bsssmmsss SaME Sw..- .a.. m eration no more trolley roads would be constructed. It Is probable that no more Insincere trolley charters would be granted, but it is entirely safe to say that whenever and wherc ever any person or corporation actu ally desired to build a road, actually needed, no obstacles would be placed in the way. Charters for other than such lines are of no real value to the public. It was lately reported that President Taft will, in his message to Congress next December, advocate the imposi tion of an income tax. If such a meas ure were modeled upon the Japanese income tax, there would be no danger of a Treasury deficit. In Japan, this tax ranges from 17 per cent, upon in comes of $500 to 68 per cent, on incomes of $50,000 or more. The latter would tend to check increase in the number of American millionaires, and also stop the too rapid augmentation of the swollen fortunes of multi-millionaires through the process of self-growth. Not long ago, Mr. Schwab of the Steel Trust was very certain that the tariff duties on iron and steel could not be safely reduced. Now he joins with Mr. Carnegie in asserting that steel can withstand any cuts and that this country "can compete with any other country." He also holds that the same is true of somo other industries, but without naming them. He is prob ably quite correct in both statements. In fact, we are inclined to believe that all of the larger industries "can com pete "with any other country," and their present protection simply adds its amount to the prices to home con sumers. , Colds Causes Headache LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine.the world wide Cold and Grip remedy removes cause. Call for full name. Look for signature E. W. GROVE. 25c STRATFORD The Coming Weddi ng Returning to Town Aunt Bertha Folks on the Sick List Talk on Automobiles Insurance Rates. Invitations have been issued for the Peck-Fairchild wedding which has been anticipated for a long time. The ceremony will take place on the 14th of April, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. George W. Falrch'ld, the well known Jeweler of Bridgeport. The Jolly 12 Pinochle Ciub held a meeting last niaht. It was largely complimentary to Mr. Wild man who is soon to leave town. Next June Roger Briggs will gradu ate from the Storrs Agricultural col lege. Miss Ruth Haven was able to be out for the first time last Monday. She is etill quite weak from her recent severe illness. The many friends of Mr. Clayton Blakeslee were pleased to see h'm on the street yesterday. Appendicitis did not catch him this time. The Epworth league of the Metho dist church will hold a business meet ing to-morrow evening. To-morrow afternoon at the chapel of the Congregational church the Women's Aid Society will hold a meet ing. Miss Mae Bergen, who has Just re turned from a visit to New York, will soon, sail for a trip to Europe. Mr. Fred Wildman has been looking over the ground in Ansonia. He may open a tonsorial parlor in that enter prising city. An illustrated account of the Passion Play will be given next Monday even ing in . town, and should draw a fine audience, considering how quiet the Red Men are. There was a Bible study meeting at Putney !ast night. A pase of measles has appeared in the family of Mr. George Roberts, Bar num avenue. Monday afternoon the ladies of the Mission League held a meeting at the parsonage with Mrs. F. N. Packard. The "Birches" the country seat of Attorney William R. Wilder, will soon be occupied by his family and his neice. Miss Wilder. They have been taking a trip of several weeks in Mexico and Cuba. Charles Patterson, a young man well knewn in town, employed as a detec tive for the railroad, recently died In Norwich. He was a nephew of Mr. Frank L. Hanson, proprietor of the news emporium. People who go to the post office now call Miss Bertha Wilkes "aunt BerthV because a son has been born to Mr. and Mrs. William Theie. the mother being Miss Wilke's sister. The new fire hose bulldinw is going up very -rapidly, and will scon be fin ished. Then the new hose can be re moved to a place of safety, and insup ance rates will come down at once. A number of local grangers have gone to Milford to attend the Farmer's Institute which is being held in that town. Mr. Robert C. Wheeler of Bri1gport, ha3 bought one of Mr. Radford B. Smith's houses on West Broad street. Mrs. Edward Bennetto has just cele brated her-birthday with a family din ner party. Mr. K. K. Job is coming to town in a few days to give a talk on "Bi-ds." The dance of the Assembly club on the 15th of April is announced as the last one of the season. Teaparty lane has recently been scraped by a machine drawn by four horses. Another slzn of the near ap proach of spring. Mr. Frank Plumb lias ordered a Maxwell car. He is now learning the ropes. Vacation in the public schools begins next week. Fred Smith, Louis Peck, and F. O Palmer have all been on the sick list. Mr. Palmer is better and will soon re sume his duties in New Haven where he runs a drug store. It is a sign of good times to see the new houses going up all over town. A number of our Topular young men ar, expected home for the Easter holi days. Sergeant Haron of Fort Wright, and Sergeant 13. S. Hall. Jr., have been visiting in town, the guests of Quarter master Sergeant R D. August of King street. Mrs. Adelaide Gunther is soon ex pected home from Annapolis. Miss Georgianna Hawley has been taken to the Middletown asylum by Sheriff Stagg. Mr. Reuben H. Root is home from Brooklyn. N. Y.. with a broken arm, the result of being hit by a trolley. The general opinion of the grange Is that the automobile has come to stay. The great problem is how to control the fast speeders. And some would like to know how to make the machine go when the gasoline gives out, and everybody is a couple of miles from home. Among those who took part in the musical program at the last meeting of the grange may be ment'oned Misses Beatrice Derby. Avery. Bloxsom and Powers, also Herbert Sniffln and Ernest Vincent. Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly, strengthens the lung? and ex pels colds. Get the genuine in a yel low package. F. B. Brill, local agent. 1 8 5 FAIRFIELD Dispossessed Proposed Fire District Cleaning np A Chemical Engine Coming Minstrel Show Business and Games. The summary process case for the dispossession of a tenant, which came up before Justice 'Wakeman a few days ago, and from whose decision there was some talk of taking an ap peal, has been allowed to rest accord ing to the decision of the court, and it is now known that the tenant will leave by April 1, and the owner will occupy his Own house. It has been suggested that a fire dis trict be established in the center of the town, so that those who live with in the district can control a number of things which are now beyond their reach. If a certain number of voters wish for this state of affairs, all they have to do is to sign a petition calling for a town meeting, and then if the majority agrees the thing is done. It is only a question of time when the town must come to this. Among oth er things a better system of informing the people where a fire is must be de vised. At the recent fire when Mr. Hayes' barn was destroyed, the whis tle on the Rubber Factory gave one long blast and two short ones. As this was not repeated many did not catch the combination. And some of those who did were ignorant of Its signification. It is thought there ought to be a' telephone in the house of the Hook & Ladder company, and someone always there, at least in the evenings, to take any message which might come. If a fire district is set apart, this can be done. There is a general cleaning up going on in the center of the town, in an ticipation of spring. Most of the trees have been trimmed; the lawns have been raked over; men are at work cleaning out the catch basins; and the sides of the roadways are being even ed up and graded where necessary, while the debris of the winter is being taken away. It is said In town that next Thursday Mrs. Ochs will close her restaurant and move with her family to Wilton, which is not far from Norwalk on the Dan bury road. Mr. Och, it is thought, will remain for sometime longer, or un til he disposes of his barber shop. The St. Thomas boys have organ ized a baseball team, with Christo pher Graveson for treasurer, Teddy Andrews for manager and Patsey Car roll for captain. Just now the boys are practicing for the coming season. The man who canvasses for the hew directory was making calls in town yesterday. It is rumored that a number of the bridesmaids for Miss Child, will be her classmates from Smiths' collese. It is proposed to close the library on the wedding day from 4 until 6 o'clock, to give the ladies in attendance an op portunity to attend the ceremony and the reception. To-morrow the Home Made Bakery will put its new delivery wagon on the road for the summer. This will be a great accommodation to those who dwell in cottages by the sea Smith Brothers, wfU known contrac tors and carpenters, have' the contract for building a new cottage near Mill River bridge, for one of our Hungar ian citizens. The new Ajax chemical engine for the Fairfield Rubber Factory, has been tested and gives great satisfaction. It threw a stream of chemicals over the top of the building. This demonstra tion of its power has impressed our firemen very favorably and they are considering the proposition to purchase one for their use. It is light and could be easily taken to a fire without wait ing for the men belonging to the de partment to assemble. The Patterson family, which for a long time lived on the chicken -and duck form belonging to Mr. O. C. Jen nings, but which left town some years ago to reside in Bridgeport, has re turned to town, and is stopping with the Barr family until such time as a house can be found which is for rent. Vacation begins at the Hargrove school next Friday. Prof. Swann has been granted a leave of absence and while some of the students will go to New York, and others to Atlantic City, a few will remain to continue their studies. This - afternoon the ladies of the Greenfield Hill Country Club met at the house of Mrs. W. H. Wilson, to make arrangements for a coming min strel performance. The music at the entertainment given an evening or two ago, as arranged by Mr. Hull, was as follows: Selections by the orchestra of the club; piano solos by Miss Ethel Wlsner and Anna Gray; a duet bv the Misses tBhel and Kate Knapp; piccolo eolo by Mrs. Wilmer Pratt and Mr. Harold Hull; vocal solo by Mrs. Mon roe R. Perry; and more by the orches tra. After the music there were re freshments. The house belonging to Miss Augu3ta Smith, of Southport, has been rented by Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Lawrence of New York. To-morrow afternoon the King's Daughters will meet at the Methodist parsonage. The Unquowa club will hold a busi ness meeting next Monday at 3 p. m-1 for the purpose of electing officers fori the ensuing year. While.no slate has been announced it is hinted that there; will be many changes. There is a bowling contest on at the; Brewer bowling alleys, between mem bers ftf the Oneida club. Yesterday: a team composed of Mr. Ryker and Talmadge Wakeman defeated Messrs R. and H. Smith. There are still more games to be played. Fairfield County News. Bam Burned at Sound Beach. A barn on premises owned by Ed win Binney, and occupied by Paul Plunkett at Sound' Beach, was de stroyed! by fire, late Saturday night. It is not known how the fire started. A chicken coop adjoining the barn was destroyed, and a great many chickens were 'burned1 to death. Mr. Plunkett also lost an automobile in the flames. Drowned in Kohanza. The body of George Frank Lake, of Danbury, was found floating in the water near the dam at the lower Kohanza reservoir, Sunday. Mr. Lake was 64 years old! He was a station ary engineer by trade. For the past two or three weeks he had been un der the care of a physician and was receiving treatment for a brain trou ble. A Dislocated Joint. Mrs. Isaac Palmer of Sound Beach, tripped upon a rug. Thursday night, and fell heavily striking her shoulder against the wall of the room, causing a fracture and dislocation of the joint. The accident is a serious one on ac count of advanced age and' frail health. Stamford Bonds. Bids ifor the $30,000 issue of public improvement 30 year 4 per cent, bonds to be used for street paving this year, were opened' Friday, at Stamford Na tional Bank. The highest !bid was 103.63. and was from K. M. Farnsworth & Co.. Boston. The bid will be ac cepted. The highest bid for the pub lic park bonds, opened Feb. 19. was 104.812, and the bidder was Howard K. Stokes of New York. His bid was considered exceptionally high. Farms worth & Co.'s bid for the park bonds was 103.78. Bide for the new town hall bonds were opened last Thursday, and the highest bid was 103.51, from W. J. Hayes & Son, of Cleveland. The Stokes bid for the public park bonds was unexpectedly high. For Making Fudge and Tally get jQUX) A pure, fine-flavored syrup that makes the finest kind of candy. Io 10c, 25c, and 50c tins at all grocers A book of cooking and candy-making recipes sent tree on request. CORN PRODUCTS REFINING CO New York American Plan, $1.75 per day and np European Plan, 75c per day and np THE ROYAL HOTEL Formerly European and Gailord 399-401 STATE STREET BRIDGEPORT. CONN. TTofol Situated 3 Blocks from Main St. D. BALLARD Prop. American and European Plan SO Outside, Clean, Homelike Rooms, Steam Heated. Electric Lighted, Newly Renovated Telephone In all Rooms Free Baths MONEY For Easter Shopping . -ecent depression everybody has been won aeC :S 2- 'he, e.r Easter outfit r,n7w anything like that worry you. Can to see us as grZZ XSTSr money and will gladly give you full i particulars In reference to sum. Household ROOM 300-303 Third Floor, Right V pviiTnr. ici. . , a a Saturdays WE RUGS CARPETS i BEDDING- DRAPERIES STOVES RANGES FURNITURE ON EASY PAYMENTS Boston Household Supply Go. 1277-1281 MAIN SX. P. J. MURPHY General Trucking Piano Moving and Expressing. Orders pi-omptly attended to. 75 HENRY STREET. S 26 INJECTION BROU GIt6 Prompt and Effectual Relief without inconvenience. In the MOST OBSTINATE CA5ES No other treatment required. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. STATE OF CONNECTICUT. DISTRICT OF BRIDGEPORT, ss. PROBATE COURT. February 9, 1909. Estate of "William H. Hopkinson, late of the town of Bridjceport, in said dis trict deceased. The Court or Probate for the District of Bridgeport, hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof 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 do barred a recovery. All persons indebt ed to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to JAMES T. ROURKE, B BO s Administrator. WANT ADS. CENT A WORD. sell: Special Prices by the WeeK W. W. GILLETTE ; Manager Dining Room Unequaled. Never Closed, Newly Pitted Out Bar Room, with Hundreds of Choice Brands of Wines, Liquors. Beers and Cigars, Pool and Billiard Room in Basement. $ 1 0 and Upward Loan Co. MEIGS BUILDING in Front of the .-. m tA S n. IT1. 10 xo p- FRISBIE'S PIES always look so tempting and taste so good, the housewife can't really afford to spend her time in baking pies. Try them. Sold at all stores. GLEDHILL & CO. Dealers in second hand iron and wood-working machinery, engines, boilers, motors, dynamos, lathes, plan ers, drills, anvils, band saws, vises, elevators, . office fixtures, safes, desks, etc., etc. Telephone call 773-2. COR. WATER & UNION STS. 6 Per Cent. Safe and Profitable Invest ments, First Mortgages, Secured by Bridgeport Real Estate We offer, subject to sale, the follow ing, which is only a partial list of mortgages we have on hand: Amount Appraisal Rate Insurance $ 400 $1,000 6 per cent. 800 2,500 6 " 1,000 1,000 2,800 6 " 1,800 1,500 3,500 5 " 2,000 2,500 4,500 6 " 3,000 3,500 6,000 6 " 4,000 4,000 7.500 6 4,500 BURR & KNAPP 923 MAIN ST. Bridgeport, Conn. LAWN Grass Seed Lawn Fertilizers, Lawn Rollers, Lawn Rakes, Flower, Gar den and Field Seeds, Tools of all kinds for the Lawn, Gar den and Farm. FARMERS' SUPPLY 256 MIDDLE STREET I u s s Boasts GO is EE jsktVK rwiWKeK I R.3 . CJ TuNINSHAM. PROP. COURT EXCHANGE BUILDING. Tel. 1335 rips Evenings Grill and Lunc'i Rcoms. : fur Ladies and Gentlemen. Corner Broad and Cannon Sta, Nerer Closed. Complete Your DINNER. fey ordering your bine point oysters oft the half shell at Gerry's Fish Marks! Cor. Wall Middle Sta, Ask vour erocer For, Bradbury's Old F&sKiored EVERARD'S BEER ? ; Sold Wholesale and Retail by X I B'port Liquor & Gr:ce y Co- j WM. S. BUCKLEY, Prop. f 782-784 BROAD ST. A Baconian's Emmenagagoue Mixture, A splendid Female Regulator in cases of suppressed menstruation, de lays due to colds, ill health, or other unnatural causes. J1.75 for the whole outfit. THE WOMAN'S DRUG STORE. Wllma M. Bacbman. Prop... ISO State St.. Bridgeport. Conn. WASH DAY. BACKACHES ARE NO MORE 50 CENTS. Will do your washing. We call and deliver the washing. Our machinery leaves no wrinkles to make the iron ing hard tor you. Telephone or send a. postal. IDEAL LAUNDRY, . . . 57-67 Commercial St. Tele. 21 17-3. WELLS & LOWE, Props. & Company Bankers ft Brokers. rS9 State St. Bridgeport. Conn. FIRE INSURANCE SURETY BONDS REAL ESTATE Bought and sold on Commission. Loans made on approved city real estate. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS. Wn receive deposits subject to check and allow Interest on balances jf 9500 and over. We will act as Trustees and Administrators of Es tates. P. L. Holser. F- T. Staples. WHEN IN DETROIT STOP AT HOTEL TOLLER New and Absolutely Fireproof Cor. Adams Ave. and Park St. In the Center of the Theatre, Shopping, and Business District A la Carte Cafe Newest and Finest Grill Room in the City Club Breakfast 40c up Luncheon 50c Table de Hote Dinners .... 75c Music from 6 p. m. to 12 p. m. Every Room Has Private Bath European Plan RATES: SI. 50 per day and up L. W. TCLLER. Prop. M. A. SHAW. Mgr. HOTEL LONGACRE 157- 163 W. 47th St., N. Y. City EXCLUSIVELY BACHELOR Just off from Broadway: con venient to everything. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF. Library, billiard hall, restaurant In connection. Splendidly furnished rooms from fl.00 per day upward; with private bath from $1.50 per day upward. B. L BLACKMAN & SON Have Removed Their REAL ESTATE AND FIRE INSURANCE BUSINESS To 54 MIDDLE STREET Standard Bldg. S 29 B m Tel. 63- mm I 1 " 1 ' rm James Slaps ALL THIS WEEK OF MARCH 2 EMMET DEVOY & CO. In the Spectacular Sensation "In Dreamland" MLLE. FREGOLIA EuroDe's Great Protean Arttac Ward & Curran Luce & Luce The Silvas A. C. Duncan Cooper & Brown Eleotrograplj 3. EXT WEEK The Great Lasky Act, "THE PIANO-PHIENDS." IVIITH'S Ira W. Jackson. Lessee and Manager MATS 2:15 EVES. 8:1 THIS EVENING Erin's Sweetest Singer j BERNARD DALY (Only Successor to W. J. Scanlan) In the Romantic Irish Drama RORY OP THE HILLS PRICES 10c, 20c 30c and 50a COMING ATTRACTIONS Thursday,April 1 Hattie Williams, in "Fluffy Ruffles." Friday, April 2 Creatoress Band Bargain matinee. Saturday, April 3 Pictures and Songs Monday Evening, April 5 "Paid In Full." CHICKEN PIE SUPPER AND FAIR given by the People's Presbyterian Chnrch at Lin coln Hall, 62 Cannon Street TUESDAY, Afternoon and Evening, MARCH 30 Sale to be continued March 31 and April 1, afternoon and evening. Ad mission Free. Supper tickets 26c; from 5:80 to 8 o'clock. Tickets can be purchased at Jackson's Book Store and Public Market, S25 d IMPERIAL THEATRE The Largest Picture Theatre Stratford Av.east end of Lower Bridge g Moving Pictures mm lC, Vaudeville liC Illustrated Songs Matinee 2-5 Evening 7-1 1 '. I2E B I J O U BRIDGEPORT'S BIGGEST AND BEST PICTURE THEATRE Pictures Changed Daily ADMISSION 5 CENTS 2 qts. ESCALLOPS for 25c. W. D. COOK ft SON, 523 Water St. CHOICE It Wedding Invitations SOUTHWORTH'S 10 ARCADE PATENTS. A. M. WOOSTER, Late examiner U. S. Patcrt Office. toM Mate et., BRIDGEPORT, CONK. S end Postal for Booklet on Patents. BERMUDA and V9ASnd Return up First Class Including Berth and Meals The Most Delightful Resort in the World Ideal Climate All Tjiar The Garden Spot of the World Less than two days from New York by the magnificent nineteen knot twin screw ocean flyer "Prince George' (equipped with wireless), the fastest and most comfortable steamer to Ber muda. Sails every Thursday at 11 a.rr. CAREFULLY NOTE THESE PACTS: SS. "Prince George." Strictly first class passenger and mail steamer. Car ries no cattle or offensive freight. TbO Fastest. Steadiest and Most Comfort able Steamer to Bermuda. Handsome booklet and full particulars of THE BERMUDA-ATLANTIC S S. CO. 24 STATE ST., NEW YORK Auction Sale REAL ESTATE Per Order of Court nr win f-eli at Public Auction on WEDNESDAY. MARCH 31 at 2 P. M., s II II located on the corner of North and ' Park Avenues. These lots have sewer," '2, gas, water, sidewalks, curb, etc, and;' " the trolley cars pass same. They are " about 10 minutes' walk from City Hall. and are worthy the attention of every . body contemplating purchasing real ". estate. Do not by all means fail to attend this sale as each lot is a bw.'. gam. For further particulars, telephone ! A. ELWOOD & SON, Inc. AUCTIONERS, SALES DEPOT, 171 JOHN ST. FURNITURE MOVING AND TRUCKING 1379 STATE STREET Phone 652 -FRED J. SLANDER, Prop. aWAHT .3 a if t T 3 3 jb otj If. :i -"is lo :-vr .! iJ3 itr .VI