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THE FARMER: DECEMBER 16, 1909
DALLWIG SLATtD
TO DKl'VE PATROL
REGULAR OVERCOATS
"Regular" in distinction from unconventional
novelties. They are 42 to 44 inches long for men of
medium size.
Probably 0 per cent, of all fine Overcoats are "regulars." This
is the true-popularity.
. The Medium Overcoat Is suitable tor all occasions. It's a full.
boxy-and comfortable length.
Cheviots and Kersey in Black and Oxford, $10 to $28.
HUB CLOTHING HOUSE
MAIN AND BANK STREETS
I SPECIAL SALE
1 , TRIMMED MILLINERY
, A BEAGTIPCL ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM AT
fc SPKOAL PRICES , Tr
IWs E. HALLIGANl
i A AS'' , MaM-w a r-wes.
FRESH FISH
FRESH HAKE .....
FRESH HERRING- .
FRESH CODFISH ..
VFR0STJ1SH
(STEAK COD ....v..
( FRESH HALIBUT .
) STEAMING CLAMS.
. fc .
4c cer lb i1
. .-. . . 6c per lb f
.... 6c per lb M
.... 7c per Its h
12c uer lb 1
12c per lb i
.. ..7. .5c per quart
Bluefish, Flounders, Escalops, Weakfish, But-
A " -l"wf r A ' 1 a i mmrm m . "
xerasxi, .Dme .roims, opanisn macKerei, snaa, upenea s
Oysters, Perch, Opened Clams Fresh Mackerel. f
BRIDGEPORT TnSf1
i Public Market Building
State and Bank Sts.
AIID BRANCH
East Main St.
Ico.B.GlattGoi
Ranges and Heating Stoves
AGENTS FOR CRAWFORD AND STEWART RANGES
Largest Assortment in the City to Select from
THE DAY LIGHT STORE
1057 TO 1073 BROAD STREET
X Opposite Post Office '.-''
SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
FUR AND FUR LINED COATS '
-SHEEP LINED COATS
FUR AND FUR LINED GLOVES
- - AUTOMOBILE AND DRIVING GLOVES
FUR AND PLUSH ROBES (Automobile and Driving)
V . RUBBER AND OIL COATS ,
"RTJBBERHIDE" BOOTS
HARNESS BLANKETS, WHIPS, HORSE AND
STABLE GOODS
TRUNKS, BAGS, DRESS SUIT CASES
.. AND STEAMER RUGS
: SWEATERS
The Peck Lines Co.
185-207 MIDDLE ST- BRIDGEPORT, CONN.
Succsrsor (o be Named to Lyccb Who
VI M be fairolmao.
Patrick Lynch, driver of the auto
patrol. Is to be relieved of that duty
and placed on the street as a patrol
man. After a discussion "of two mis
haps which btieil tne car wmle
1 'river Jujnth was at the 'wheel, the
three members ot tne Pplice Bourd '
present at the meeting lust evening
concluuea that another unver - had
better be appointed. It was left with
t resident Hill ot the loard and riu-
r-f rlntenucnt Birmingham to arrange,
for the asstKnment of another driver. 1
President Hill said last evening the'
choice would be one of three. I'u- .
trolman Dallwig's chances ar . the .
best of the three. Commissioner
James J. Hurley-was absent.
President Hill said he had consult
ed with the city attorney about the t
legality of taking .Driver Lynch from
the patrol and putting, him On the'
street as a regular patrolman. The
answer from the city attorney was
that It was within the pv. wer of the j
commissioners to do so.
James P. Kelly of: 142 Hanover
street, foreman for the Vincent Bros.
Co. was elected a special patrolman
last evening but was hot sworn In.
It was learned when the usual Ques
tions were put to hlra that he was
not a voter. Mr. Kelly has lived here
for 22 years. President Hill will look
further Into the law and if Mr. Kelly
is eligible President Hill will swear
him in without waiting for another
meeting. If he cannot be sworn in,
his election will be Invalid. He gave
as a reason for not being made a
voter that he had been too sick to
do so.
H. W. Chandler.- of. JT7 Maple'
street, who has yharge of the ship
ping and stork department at the
Bridgeport Motor Co. was made a
special patrolman. Edward J. Kiely.
the plumber whose application to be
laid on the table was present. Upon j H
request of Major Hurley who was not j
ircBeui. mi . jvieiy s application was
left on the table for a future meet
ing. A sliding curtain will be placed!
on ine rear oi tne auto-patrol to pro
tect the -patrolmen from the dust
which rushes into the car on a windy
dusty day. Commissioner Kershaw
proposed the plan.
Another attempt was made to .have
an extra man at police headquarters
so that the driver of the auto-patrol
would not have to mo ot alone on a
call. Nothing was done - about it
nowsver because of the lack of men.
Tne commissioners have been trying
w gei mis extra man at headquarters
-or lour years.
SLEDS
The "Flexible Flyer" coaster sled,
made of cold rolled steel runners and
frame with heavy oak top boards,
beautifully ornamented, size 14 Inches
wide, seven Inches high and 40 Inches
long, value $2.00. at ". .-. .75
DOLLS
20
PREFER CHARGES
AGAINST POLICE
p.VCGHTER OF CORPORATION
' LAWYER MILHOLLAND . AR
RESTEE WHILE AIDING GIRL
STRIKERS.
(Special from TJnlted Pre-s.l
New York, Dec IS. Miss Ines
Milholland, daughter of the well
known corporation lawyer, John E.
Milholland. stated today that she will
prefer charges against the pollcemon
who last night arrested her for fol
lowing him while he was taking strike
pickets Interested in the shirtwaist
sinae. to tne station house.
Inasmuch as- she was discharged
and told by Magistrate Harris that If
she desired he would Issue a warrant
for the policeman for false arrest.
she, considers she has a good case,
although the three girl pickets were
fined. She Insists that the nolle sr.
rest all striking girls, even If they are
"peacefully,- picketing." With , other
Influencial friends of the striking
ninwain woricers sne is willing to
finance an appeal to the higher courts
to have the rights of the pickets defended.
The shirtwaist strikers are pnrnnr.
sged because prominent society .wom
en are flzhtlng their battles. The
Colony Club, through Mrs. Phllin Ly
dig. Miss Anne Morgan. Ml.ts Fll-a-
beth Marbury. Miss Rials DeWolfe.
and Mrs. Bordon Harriman have con
tributed 9I.S00 for the strike fund
with promises of mora and other soc
iety leaders have promised support.
TTTK FK .!'! I KWT r.ins.
and the most tnwUrtl hands axe of
ten disfigured by u unsightly wan.
It can easily be removetf In a few days
without pain by using Cyrus" Wan
Remover, for sale only at The Cyrus
Pharmacy, 2(S Fairfisld avtuae and
it Cannon 81 .
CLEANKAsT.
FINE Wines and Liquors
; BRIDGEPORT DISTRIBUTING CO
102 5TATJS STJULET. JNxiAK PUBLIC MARKET
California Port or Sherry, 75 cents per gallon.
Port, Sherry, Tokay, MuscateL Rhine Wine, etc.
Full quart Sherwood Rye Whiskey, $1.00.
Cooking Brandy, Liquors, Cordials. Ale and Laer Beer
- Free Delivery. . - Telephone 2W-3
THK
SOAP.
BEST tXAXD
Oaaranteed not u injure the ' skin
Instantly removes Stove Polish. Rust
Urease. Ink. Paint and Dirt. For th
naods or clothing. Large eaa it seats
Manufactured by Win. R Winn, II.
traitors' Ave-
. -
Run rises to-morrow a. m,
Sun sets to-day 4:26 pi tn.
High water .................. 1:02 a. m.
Low water 6:60 a. m
Moon sets tm p. rn.
BRIGHT, SNAPPY NLCKWEAR, New Every Week
This week,a swell line of Cross Stripes 50c. Look them over
KERR & BURNES
TAILORS and FCRNIsllEKt
Stratneld Hotel BnlMIng
BltlrKEPOHT. rOSS. .
THE WASH PROBLEM
In many families to one that Is somen hat difficult of solution. The duties of
the members of the household are so many and varied that hev h. n .
in wab nd If they Ho tliey're so tired they have no Inclination foe nth.!
,c " v luc pruDiem to their satis
faction try sending the weekly wa-h to
THE CRAWFORD LAUNDRY
SSS FtlHM KI.t AVEtrE
TEI.F-PTTO-yR 99 It
Want Ads Gent a Word.
LIVES
Canvas Gloves. .... .4 pair tSe
Woolen O loves ilsc. 50c
Working Gloves 25c, fiuc, tl to
Gauntlet Gloves ....SOc, $l.0O
Hress Gloves 60c to $l.SO
Boys' Gauntlet Gloves . ...50e
Boys Dress Gloves Mlc
Leather Mittens ..50c to $t.SO
Sweaters
and Jerseys
Worsted Jerseys ..$1.73. SS.00
Sweater Coats . . $3.00 to Sa.OO
Hot Water
Bottles '
New Goods. All guaranteed
to give good satisfaction.
SOc op.
Jaycox Rubber Co.
1042 MAIN ST.
HEAD CAXXO.t ST.
Inch Kid body dolls with black
hair or light hair. In clustering curls
and eyes that open or close. How
happy the "girl , who gets It and how
pleasing, the price to the grown ups.
200 iJolls on Special Sale at.... $1.10
WRITING PAPER
48 envelopes and 48 sheets of linen
writing piper In very, pretty Holiday
l-oxes, -a. useful and acceptable gift
to any one. 8,6c values at 23c
s .
LADIES' KID GLOVES
, Ladles Kid Gloves in Tan, Brown,
Gray and White, 2 clasp, pearstltch
ed, soft pliable gloves in all sizes,
equal to gloves sold elsewhere at
$1.00 at pair. '
Special at SOc a pair.
MEN'S NECKWEAR
All Silk Four-in-Hand Ties, in light, medium
and dark shades, each tie in an attractive Holiday
box. Hundreds of the latest styles and. colorings
to choose from equal .in values to ties QQ
sold at 50c. Special at .fcOC
MEN 'o. S US PEN D I RS
Holiday box containing Suspenders, Garters
and Sleeve Holders to match, made of fine elastic
webbing; also Silk Web Suspenders put yiQ
up in a Holiday basket at. , . '. . ... . .r. .... . - TtJJG
SILK PETTICOATS ,
. Made of Roman and Persian, guaranteed Taf
feta Silk, in light and dark ground, with flowered
designs, wide sweep flounce; value- $6.00, CK
at ....... .:..:.vw..:. . V.i.. dtla
FUR COATS
Beautifully marked fine Pony Skin Coats, 50
Inches long, with brocaded satin lin- C R fl fl ft
ing; value $60.00,,at. . . . . . . OUsUU
LADIES' HAND 'CHIEFS
Thousands of - Handkerchiefs to
choose frVm, a lot of Importers sam
ples of Swiss Embroidered Handker
chiefs with scalloped or hemstitched
edges, values to-25cv at 124c
ART GOODS
30 by 30 inch shams and 18 by 64
scarf in linen drawn jvork with sev
eral rows of drawn work and fancy
corners, values to 75c, at. ...... .49c
POST CARD ALBUMS .
Embelished with gilt embossed de
signs. ' : : -.
26c
SOc
75c
kinds at.....
at.
kinds
kinds at
...... 19c
......39c
......49c
INITIAL HAND 'CHIEFS
Ladies' lain and Crossbar Initial
Handkerchiefs. . Half a dozen In a
pretty Holiday box, value 40c, - at
-. 29c a box
From
v Main
to
Middle St.
1138 to 1144
1VIAI1M ST.
Prom
Main
tO j :
Middle '-;Bt
IN FIRST STORY SINGE
KILLING, BISSONNETTE
PLEADS SELF DEFENCE
a-. (
Secnred Permit for :. Weapon,. He Swears, the. Daj Aft:i
Brbther-In-Law Tbreatensd His Life " Accused is
Pnny Little Jlan) Appar.ntly incapable of Injanng
Anyone.
Th evidence nroduced to the Jury t presence. If 1 had
.-.vi tr trini r,r Ka-'have. I would give him poison to get
man Uko- you
,u.,.rru, ... . . r,d of bm. At anotfier nrne when
polecn Blsaonnetts for hl Jlfe tended an- children were in the kitchen,
to show that the accrued acted In his Bne was holding one . of them in her
. j.r.nu k.n v. Arm, lh. nlctnl arme. It was at a time when I was
on short hours, she said. 'Look at
on worm? r. mery. yourwlve. children, and see what
fMssonnette says, was to make him let I papa gave your mother ; on tt per
up choking him, to scare mm on, ana. week.
... . ... I WVi
When I asked Tina to give me her
money she refused. I wanted to run
the house ' myself, something I had
never done la my life."
Is there a time In your married life
that you did not take care of your wife
and children" inquired .Attorney
Chamberlain.
I always took care of my children,
replied Btssonnette: -
"Were you on good terms with Mr.
Demery at the time of his death?"
asked the-counsel for the defense,,
"No. sir. I was not. -
"State to the jury, if at any time b
said anything .to you in the way of
threats." - . . ......
"DurWg Eoater of this year, I was
walking along Arctic street, when I
saw Demery . approaching on. his bicy
cle. . As he n eared me he slowed up
and aided tohe curb. When he came
up to me he said. Tou
I'll kill you yet. . He then rode awayT'
Aoout two years ago be came to my
house. I was reading at the -time.
He wanted to pick a fight with me. but
I went upstairs to my room. He fol
lowed me to my room. He threw his
coat on the bed aid cried out. I'm
going to kill you My dot rushed in
between, us. and prevented him from
not to shoot him. The shot want off
without hrs taking aim. r Intending
It should 'be fired. . The defense suc
ceeded in getting testimony before the
Jury which intended to show that Bls
sonnette lived in fear of his brother-in-law.
Demery. 'or the latter had
often made threats on hts life. Bis
sonnette says his daughters and his
brother-in-law were continually nag
ging him about the size of his family,
and that ha was not able to support
it. - 'i y." -
There was a big stir in the court
room when the attorney for the de
fense called out the name "Napoleon
Blesonnette". All necks were craned
to cret a look at the prisoner. He Ts
a little fellow, and by looking at him
one would ha-dly believe be was ca
pable of committing a wrong. He took
the stand without showing any emo
tion, telling his story with r a falter.
There was a slight nusxmess in aim
voice, due probably to a coia
Btssonnette wss born In Montreal.
Canada. 48 years sao. He will d z-J
years married in January. His first
child was Dorn lws, w
Ms marriage. , He left Canada four
.- - arte nia mnTinv-B.
Pniimii Til. In Canada tnree cnu- ,,
rlren were born, one of whom has j "How long' aft'ef "the Arctic street
died. From Pullman ihe went to meeting." asked Attorney Chamber.
n laouth Milwaukee, wis. jwo ,-, ..dld D.m.r,r'
children were bom In tne j i nevrr saw him from the day f
town. Then he moved tolanchester. the on Arctlo Btreet tl the
Va.. where one more chiid wsj "f-! evening he called at my house with
He came to ,,"', my daughter."
"Did Demery make any - threat
against ycur life s bout the time your
next to last child was bom 7"
" "Tes. When the chUd was born he
came to me and sa'd there ouvht to be
a law which Would punish every man
who would have more than three or
four children In his family."
' "How Jong have you carried a revol
verr ....
"I hsve bad the revolver since April
12th. ISOVthe dsr after Demery met
me on Arctic street. -'I got the permit
f-Om Sunerlntendent BirmlnehAm. aft.
er I told him the threats Demery had
made on my Ufa" ...
"Now corring OB to the evening of
the shooting, tell us about It." said Mr.
Chamberlain. -
"I was seated In the rocking chair
In the kitchen. Tina' and her uncle
came Into te room. Too em fep
into me Kitchen from the rack door.
There was no knock at the door. My
daughter .went by me as if to go up
stairs rvhere her mother, wss. . Pome
said. Tlia. don t go up yet.: Then
ne walKeo M?rit over to where I was
slttlnr. He stood about a- root and
a half awsy from me..' He said. T'na,
Slav here a courle of days, and take
enre of your mother. If she needs
nnvthlrg I will ret it for her. I then
said. 'You're the boss around here?"
Hp renlied. Yee. I'm the boss. I've
got some of the youngsters out of here,
nnd hy and hy I'll hve them -all out.
He then stepped to the table, and t V
In oft his glasses laid them down.
Then he grabbed me by .the neck and
said.. 'You little scrimp, you will starve
m v sister to death. He picked me up
from rry seat by the neck, and stood
me up In front of him. I put my
hand Into my pocket ' and pulled the
pistol from my rocket. The shot went
ofT without me Vnnwlne It. I was all
excited. ! did not even aim at him.
He held me by the throat all the time.
I bad to defend -myself. I wanted to
n. where tne. res oi im
u Hnra- Me ramiiD1 here rr
nine years, going buck to Canada. He
returned to this city sbout two and
one-r-n.lt years ago. When he w-s -
Canada about one nd one-half
months he sent for his wtfe and !
dren to come snd live with him. They
sold the fo-n'ture In this -lty and fur
n'sbed another home in Canada. He
lived In 0neda ten months, his wife
having left him with all her children
and returned to thla cltv. He follow
ed in three -months. When he came
to th's stty three of the children were
workltir. He went to work the next
day at the Plneer Co.'s oiant and earn
ed 114.86 per week. "I never laid off
a day in my life." he-said. "I gave
all my- money t my wife, bnt she
would not give me a cent. For the
l:st two years I turned over every cent
I earned to her." ,
When did yon leave voirr wife?"
asked Attorney Chamberlain.
"I never left her. . I was put out of
the ho'tse." replied Bls'onnette.
"Well, that's the rame as leaving
her. is it notr asked Mr. Chamber-
"One av In Aweuat. 1fe8. I received
a letter f-orn ProsMitlng Attorney
Alexander DeLanev telling me to see
him at twllre headouarters on the fol
lowing Psturdsy morning. He order
ed me to I've nnart from mv wife. I
waa thn arrested for non-suooort. I
had been elvln my wife til per week
everv week, but the factory shut down
n the summer for three weolrs. Dn
inar that shut down I could not give
her a cent. Durlne those three weeks
I did not est a "'eal st my own house.
I had to borrow money from my
friends to set meals. never took
anv monev from the ch'ldren."
"Why did your daughter. Albertlna.
" leave the houreT' asked Attorney
1 Chamberlain.
"Because she was so sassy to me.
One day she said to her mother In my
scare him by showing him the pistol,
but somehow It went .off. , He then
threw me on the floor. .When he had
a hold of me by the neck Tina cried
out, 'Don't, uncie. don't kill him.' 1
poke , to him in French, 'Let go my
neck.' . Ha replied, Talk in Eag-
iish.'v ,. : '. "
This finished the direct tastiniouy of
the accused. . -
Under cross-examination Attorney
ludeorv asked: "How long did you re--nain
in Canada after your wife and
hildren left your ... -
"About three montha."
"Who paid their fares to this city?"
"Her brother in this city."
"How long have you been back from
'anada -.-."About
two and one-half years now.
. "How much money -did - you give
your wife each week?"
"Eleven dollars."
.-And out of that til she wa obliged
to pay the rent, buy the food and buy
the - clothes not only ror tne cdiwrv,
but also for you?" .
"No. she never had to purchase my
clothing.- - . -
"But still there were eleven mouth a
to feed on only $11 per week?''
: "No, there was more than that; there
were four of the children working."
"Why did; you take one of your boys
from- Demerya- store r" - v
"Because he was only - paying' him
fletv runt. m. arMk " . .
"Did you not. when 'Superintendent
Birmingham gave you a permit to
carry a revolver, show to him $70 tn
bills, which you said you always car
ried around loosely tn your, pocket, ana
that you needed the pistol to protect
yourself r -
"No.. . X told him about the threats
of my brother-in-law. -Rome Demery."
Thomas E. Kearn. Max- Fredericks.
Ferdinand Leissv August F. Bake".
Herman ( Ohm. Joseph- H. Carroll,
Christian Neubauer and Albert Wil-
mot all testified that their-had known
the accused for a rumber of years,
and have alwsys found hlra a peace
ful sort of a ehat. Most of these were
members of -the Brotherhood of Amer
ica, Of which Blssorinette was a mem
ber, and had contributed to - the fund
to ray for the defense -of the accused.
Mrs. Caroline Halpin. a neighbor of
the Blssonnettea was asked to gtve
her test'mony on the food stuffs she
hsd found at the home of the Bls
sonnettea during her visits there.' She
stated that they had the food the same
as any ordinary family. - Attorney
Chamberlain asked her if she did not
see -a bowl of gruel on the table beside
Mrs. Btssonnette when the latter- wss
unwell. . Mrs. Halpin said she did.
Attorney Hudson objected. as - he
thous-ht the woman was not ouaMfled
to pess on .the -Question tf the food of
fered - Mrs. Bis sonnette was good for
her or not.
"Are you a mother." asked Attor
nev Charfberla'n.
"Certainly." replied "rs. Halpin.
"Concede the qnllflcatiora' replied
the State's Attorney.
Mrs. Theresa MaurtrT. Who keeps the
grocery so mest sto-e near the home
of the rfssonnettes on Seavlew avenne.
was also ca'ied a witness.- She
stated tst the JUssortnettes were her
beat customes snd that thev- alwavs
psid cash for their gods. Phe is he
owner of the house in . wh'eh the Bis-
sonnettes lived at the time of the
shooting. The rent was. always paid
to her regularly. , - - ,
Blesonnette was" the last witness call
ed during the afternoon., being on,- the
stand when court . adjourned till-thir.
morning. .- , .
EVICTED STRIKERS :
RETURIUO WORK
rEXDIXG SKTTLEMEVT OP fTAGE
DIFFICULTY BY STATE BOARD
OP ARBITRATION.
(Special from tTnited Press'.) r y
Springfield, Mass,, Dec J. -The
strike of the 2,000 Polish operatives
of the Ludlow. Manufacturing ''As
sociates which began ' about ..two
months ago and which was featured
by wholesale evictions of the strikers
families from the company's houses
is ended. By an almost unanimous
ww urn nruing operatives, in a mass
meeting last night, decided to declare
the strike off pending a .settlement of -the
wage difficulty.
This morning -another meeting of
the strikers is being -held at which
the details of the. return to work, will
be arranged. - -
Tha strikers gathered last night to
listen to a report on tha conference
with tha state board of ' arbitration
held in ttlA AftArnnnn . Tti -
was made by four of the strike lead
ers, who were present - at the after- :
noon conference of Central Labor
Union officials, under Bernard F. Sup
ple and Richard P. Barry of the stata
board.
According to the understanding the
strikers, as soon as necessary details
have been ' arranged,' will return to ,
work in the mills at the wages paid ,
when the strike occurred, and wilt
remain afc work m thla i-nta until a
settlement of the wage difficulty has '
been reached, either through arbitra- .
tion by .the state board -or by con-i'
c illation. The company wfll arrange
to have the strikers return to the
houses from which they were evicted
during the strike. It is probable that
the bulk of those who have been out
on strike will be back in the mills by
the middle of next week and it is
likely that quite a number of them
will be back at work by the close of
this week. One week will be given
era may return to work. this, being
given so that the strikers who have
secured ' work elsewhere may ' hae
time to return to Ludlow if they wish.
Both Mr. Barry and Mr. Supple of
the state board will rem-.u in the .,
city this morning in orde- to keep in,
touch with developments in the situa-
tion.
Good Beer and Ale. :
M. J. Maioney of Jones avenue bot-'
t'es and delivers to the home treiTe
Batholomew s large and Miles' ale also,.
a full line OI temperance and mine-al
wft-t rn luun w w e necessary xo tne -coirp'ete
dinner. An order places with . -
Mr. Maioney by phone or by mall will?,
receive prompt attention. Telephone :'
!072-3. . . . .. i . .
City
Bakery
Etr'dins
ISENBTJRGr'S
T.lodol Food r.larkof
AND TITY BAKERY
931
Main St.
FISH DEPARTMENT
I
1 WE HAVE JTST RECEIVED A CONSIGNMENT OP FRESH CAUGHT-
HADDOCK ff"
itrATmr1 a Ti il Oil
. TrOWOtT rr-rTTC!Tr
f treirnrT tot ttti
, iJUUiUil AUUll. . . . .
'fresh herring.
IVItFSH SMELTS
SPANISH MACKEREL ...
Htl lWT KTEAKS .......
' MALM ON STEAKS .'
, XT STEAKS .
I FANCY LONG ILANO SCALLOPS , . .
FRESH OPKNKD CLAMS .... ..............
I FrSH OPEXEI) OYSTERS . . :
NKW MIIitHER HOIIiAND HERRING......... "
. NEW RI SSIAN SARDINES. . i ............. ,
Also Bakers, Steamers and Round Clama
y . - I IJTe ana Hotted Lobsters, constantly on
.1. nana. .
ah seasons me- uooiis la, all Depart
ments constantly on hand.
h
, . .15c Tb
,.;...12t4c lb
,150 Tt
........ 8C TT
. .... .25c quart
23c quart
. . . . .25c quirt
.'. . . .85c keg
... SOc -pall
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