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THE FARMER: DECEMBER 16, 1909
The D. M. ReadCo.
Established 1857.
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Buy Useful Holiday Gifts
Useful Gifts For Boys
There isn't one boy in town who wouldn't be
pleased to pieces to get one of our handsome Overcoats
or Suits for Christmas. The finest clothes in town for
boys are here, and the prices are as tempting as the
clothes.
! -
All richui reserved by alalia
& Co. -
i
The American? Boy
! Free for one year
with purchases of
i 95.00 or over.
r i
IN THE THEATRE8J
POLTS
Never since vaudeville first came
o Bridgeport has such a popular bill
been presented in town as at the
present week, when with the great
musical comedy "The Leading Lady
heading the bill and six other big
acts to back it up. the admirers ol
vaudeville are having the treat ol
their Uvea.
R. A- Rolfe. though one of the big
gest producers of vaudeville act. al
ways gives his personal attention to
his productions,' which is one of the
aecrets of his great success. He ac
company "The Leading Lady- to
3ridgeport. Miss Marguerite Hane?
Vhe magnetic and versatile star, is a
protege of Mr. Rolfe's.
" Bert Kalmar, ot Kalmar & Brown,
besides being an extremely clever
dancer, is a composer and wrote the
bng "Bugs" which Is one of the. fea
tures of the act. Miss Brown is a
'charming young woman.. 'an extreme
ly gracerul dancer, anu orun iuu w
personality. "
Barrows. Lancaster & Company are
proud of the clever act. "Tactics.'
which they present. It was recently
re-written by Margaret Mayo, the
well known playwright. Not in a
hundred years c6uld they obtain a
sketch better adapted to showing
their capabilities and the skill of
their assistants.
. writ's a hard Job to' discover where
-ell those whisk brooms are concealed
by the tramp member of Hill. Cherry
& Hill, trick and comedy bicyclists.
The ' songs by Corinne Francis al
- t ays "get over." She has a. sweet
; voice and an excellent style. .
-
- That yellow "Black sheep's" gown
itfteplayed in Bowman Brothers black
face act Is a wonder. See it.
Ernie Potts Is the only one who
can keep six punching bars groins: at
once.- Sounds like the battle of San
tiago. Extra attractions by the Electro
graoh this week. v Altogether the
vudeville show of the season.
GRAND LODGE
A.0.JLW. WINS
, Judge Curtis in the superior court
-at New Haven handed down a de
.cieion in the case of the Grand lodge.
a. o. U. W of Connecticut against
the Grand lodge. A. O. U. W.. of
JSXassachusetts, in which damages of
(1 5.000 are awarded to. the plaintiff.
- The case has been to the supreme
court on a demurrer and the high
court decided for the Connecticut
lodge. Then the suit was tried a
short time ago pn.lts merits.
TAFTS TEAM WINS
IN YALE DEBATE
By defeating the Divinity school InJ
debating last night, the Tale academ
ic team of which Robert A. Taft, son
of the President, ia a member, won
the inter-department championship of
Yale. The speaking of the winners
Was excellent and the decision was
unanimous in favor of the college de
baters. -
The winning team supported the
negative . of the question, "Resolved.
That United States senators should
be elected by direct vote of the peo
ple." The members of. the winning
.team are Robert A. Taft of Wash
ington. D. C. Stephen E K.eeler, Jr..
of New Canaan. Conn., and Howard
De Forest Widger of Cortland, N. Y..
all seniors.
The defeated affirmative consisted
of John C Varney of North Chelms
ford, Mass.. Raymond M. MacDonald
of Lincoln. Neb., and Milton F. Wit
tier of Seattle, Wash.
Milf ord Residents
Must Pay M. J. Ford
II. J. Ford of this city was today
awarded Judgment in a suit for $100
iagalnst the Milford Village Improve
ment society. The suit grew out of
-the purchase by the society of a
sprinkling cart, which the society
; planned to use to spread oil over the
"highway nar Clark Park.
The society refused to pay for the
-cart on the ground that It had broken
Idown.
The funeral of Robert Sane, wht
was one of the. best known young men
in the South End was largely at
tended from the residence of his par
ents 437 Myrtle avenue ysterday
morning at 8:30 o'clock and thence to
the Sacred Heart church where a high
mass of requiem wa sung by Rev.
Matthew J. Judge. The bearers were
Richard O'Brien. Daniel McCarthy. J.
May. William Garrity. Daniel Reilly.
and Fred Sailer. Interment was in St.
Michael's cemetery.
2Vb Cough
Ymtt Jodar't mppmotd mf Avr't CWry
federal will certainly tri ait douU at rat.
Do as he say, tie k
J. C. Aywr Co.
Roys' Chinchilla Reefers,
1U' Fancy Overcoat. . .
Boys Russian Overcoas, .
If he doesn't need new clothes, you can make him happy and sup
ply . needed wears at one and the same time with something- from the
following list of
SUGGESTIONS FOR BOYS' GIFTS '
Neckwear. 25e-SOc.
Indian Suits. 91-91.50.
Cowboy Suits. 91.
' Major Suits. 91.
Pajamas. 59c to 91.
Suspenders. 25c.
Kazoo Suspenders. SOc.
: Hats. 25c to 91.
Blouse Waists. 25c to $1.
INCOKPORATtO
OUTFITTERS TO MEN WOMEN X. CHILDREN
BRIDGiFORT. CGNM.
JACKSON'S
Elsie Janis In The Fair Co-Ed."
The coming of Elsie Janis Is get
ting to be an event which divides in
terest, especially among the younger
tneatregoers, with the annual visit 01
Ethel Barrymore and Maude Adams.
Mr. Charles Dillingham's youngest
rand most radiant star will be seen in
an entirely new vehicle this season.
a comedy of college life, called "The
Fair Co-Ed" written by Mr. George1
Ade. with musical score by " Gustav
Luders. The piece had a tremendous
run In New York, and was obliged to
move from the Knickerbocker to the
Criterion Theatres to have Its season
out. Miss Janis comes to Jackson's
theatre this evening at the head of
practically the same superb cast
which participated In the original
presentation in New York city.
-
Sooms's Band.
' John Philip Sousa, ' composer and
conductor, wno after remaining away
from Brlageport tor seven years will
I again appear here with his lamed
band organisation at Jackson's thea
tre for but one concert on next Tues
day evening, best displays his tire
less and never satisfied disposition by
I writing and arranging new and bit
ter compositions than his pleasingly
perfect productions of the past- Prin
cipal among his latest march com
positions is "The Fairest of the Fair."
nnd he is also ottering his newest
characteristic suite "People Who
Live in Glass Houses." The riew
works are said to embrace all of the
tuneful harmony and inspiring ac
tivity in his inimitable marches and
other numbers made internationally
famous in' the past. The Misses
Frances and Grace Hoyt, vocalists;
and Miss Florence Hardeman, violin
ist, are new comers " to local music
enthusiasts, but it may be said that
they are offered with an enviable re
putation for past endeavor. Herbert
L. Clarke, cornetist, is always wel
comed with the undaunted Sousa. Be
ing the first of the big .musical of
ferings or the season, it is expected
that the coming concert will be anx
iously awaited. The sale of seats
opens tomorrow morning at 9.
LIBERALS ROUTING
THE CONSERVATIVES
(Special from United Prers
London. Dec It. OOn of "the
chief arguments used by the Conser
vatives In their campaign' against the
Liberals that the political agitation
by the latter is causing a collapse of
English industries, was punctured to
day by the report of the board of
trade, showing all branches of trade
except cotton spinning greatly im
proved In November over the same
month a year ago.
The cotton Industry, it la explained,
is suffering from a shortage In - the
American crop and not from politi
cal discussion. The report greatly
embarrassed the conservatives who
are now charging that 'it does -not
represent the true industrial condi
tions and was prepared purely to aid
the Liberal campaign. .
Another situation that is causing
the Conservatives alarm ia a shortage
in speakers of note due to the fact
that some of the leading orators in
the party have been subjected to
rough treatment from hostile audi
er.cea Lord Pembroke and Lord Denby
were assaulted and attacked merci
lessly after their speech last night.
Similar treatment has been accorded
other aristocratic speakers with the
result that the men upon whom the
Conservatives depended for speeches
have refused to take any part in the
campaign.
The attitude assumed by the Con
servative orators is construed by the
Liberals as proof that the vast ma
jority of the voters will vote in the
January election to sustain the bud
get and curb the power of the upper
t-ody.
STRAY DOG SAVES
SAUSAGE VENDER'S
FAMILY FROM FIRE
Awakened by the cries of a stray
dog he had found a few days ago in
the streets, A Miller, a sausage and
frankfurter vender of Stratford rous
ed himself at 3 o'clock , yesterday
morning in time to save his wife and
three children from being burned to
death.
Finding escape by the stairway shut
off by flames. Miller made a string
of bedclothes answer the purpose of a
life rope, and lowered the family one
by one from the second story to the
ground. He tossed the canine out af
ter the others had escaped, then low
ered himself.
The house was destroyed, with 'all
Its corf -nts. at total loss and $35 in
cash M I ler had under the pillow Is also
missing The structure was owned by
Mrs. Corge Hunniston.
Have not coughed once all day? Yet you
may cough tomorrow 1 Better be pre
pared for it when ft come. Ask your
doctor about keeping Ayer'a Cherry Pec
toral ia the boose. Then when the hard
cold or cough first appears you have a
doctor's medicine tifht at band.
.$3.98 to $7.SO
. .S.45 to 10. (K)
. 1.95 to 10.0O
Shirts. SOc to 91.
Stockings. 2 for 25c.
Last forever Hose. 25c.
Underwear, 25c to 91.
Rubber Boots. 92.
High-Cut Tan Shoes. $3.
Caps, 25c-50c.
Children's Wash Suits. 95c.
Children's Rompers, &Oc-91.
Wear-Well shoes for
, boys are the bent
wearing shoes sold
in town at 91.50 to
95.00.
FRl)M.NNT THfcAItlCAL
MAGNATE GUEST OF P0L1
Weslen TaoderiCe Promoter is Looking
Oref -The Leadiig Ladj."
niaiiaf, v a nuu
partowner of the celebrated Orpheum
wircuii. is in junageport this after
noon as the guest of Mr. Sylvester
row ana is esjoying the perform
ance at Poll's theatre.
Mr. Beck's visit here is especially
for the purpose of witnessing a per
formance of "The Leading Lady."
which is headlining at Poll's this
week. Before returning to New York
and the West Mr. Beck wiU also visit
New Haven and see a performance
of Odiva, the diving queen who play
ed at Poll's In Bridgeport two weeks
ago.
Mr. Beck's private car, in which he
ordinarily travels, is ia New York.
The Orpheum circuit, which he man
ages offers 23 weeks solidi booking,
and through the United Booking of
fices to affiliated with Mr. S. Z. Poll s
circuit, which to the largest singly-
controlled vaudeville circuit in the
world. - Ur Rlr'a n,nti... ... 1
- - - u 1 1 LI 1 1 1 C
to unique in the fact that it includes
single cities in it whichafford four
wea consecuuye oooKing.
PRES. GOMPERS
MAKES DEPOSITION
Hartford. Dec M. A deposition of
President Samuel Gompers of -the
American Federation of Labor has
oeen read by Attorney Beach for the
defense in the boycott damage suit
brought by D. E. Loewe Co.. of
uanbury against Union hatters. it
relates to the duties and salaries ot
me traveling delegates of the American
Federation during strikes. In his tes
timony, as read. Mr. Gompers said
that the federation endeavored to set
tle strikes whenever possible. The
omcers or executive board never ini
tiated a strike or boycott as they had
no right to do so. .
The executive board had a right to
approve a strike, however, when it
was brought about by a union. Mr.
Gompers. ia his testimony, errphas s
ed the "good work" In which the
American Federation of Labor is in
terested, these included the bettering
of sanitary conditions In factories, of
sending out booklets relative to the
prevention of tuberculosis; promoting
industrial education: diffusing know.-
edge on sociological and historical
subjects relating to the country;
inculcating patriotism In the working
men of the United States to enable
them to rise higher in the social
Regarding the ' statements made
against the federation as being war
like ana its methods warlike, Mr. Gom
pers. made an emphatic denial saying
that if this charge were to be made
against the federation it might as well
be made against the government of
this country. In his testimony. Pres
ident Gompers said that no officer.
agent or delegate of the American
Federation of Labor had ever com
municated with the United Hatters
relative to instituting a strike or boy
cott against the Loewe factory and
mat tne name or the firm had never
been placed on any unfair list of the
American Federation or of the United
Hatters.
At the afternoon session veaterdav
Mr. Loewe, the plaintiff in the case.
was called to the witness stand and
gave a history of the setablishment
of his business in IS97. In 1903 when
the strike was inauguarted the fac
tory represented an Investment of $150 -000.
He enlightened the Jury in the
details or hat making having a bun
dle of samples with him in tife court
room. He said that when the men
stopped work td go on the strike
there were 150 dozens hats left In
completed. He explained that It took
about ten days to put a hat through
the various processes. Today Mr.
Loewe resumed his testimony and he
will probably be on the witness stand
the remainder of the week.
A Considerate Reporter.
When the Maine waa blown op the
wife of Lieutenant Commander Waln
wrlgbt waa at her home in Washing
ton. She had beard nothing of the
news when she was awakened about
I o'clock In the morning by a violent
mocking at the door of her house. Fl
mlly Mrs. WalnwrtRht rose and looked
ot of the window, asking what war
be matter. A voice called out. "Are
oil the wife of Lieutenant Command
T Walnwrlshtr "Yea. What do yon
rantr "The Maine has been totall.r
lestroyed. We are reporters and wish
for some Information about Mr. Wain
wrlght." Only this and nothing more.
The shock caused' the poor lady to fall
In a dead faint, from which she did
not rally for several hours, and. fortu
nately for her. it was then known her
husbsnd was not among the lost.
Hippophagy.
Hlppophacy being In low water In
these later days, somebody has set
himself to show what an exceedingly
respectable history attaches to the
practice. Among the ancients, especial
ly In China, eating horseflesh waa
general, and It waa only killed In Eu
rope by a papal decree of Gregory IIL.
though why horseflesh should hove
been interdicted does not appear. It
was only the famine caused by Napo
leon's Invasion that revived the prac
tice in Gsnnany. where it has survived
ever since. London Globe.
A Display of
Beautiful Laces and
Fashionable Neckwear "
Such easy presents to buy, for
every woman wears the lovely
Jabots and Croats made up in an
infinate number of designs, and
there arc hardly two alike. A
glance at the large display case
will show.
Collars, Ties and Plastrons of rare Duchess Lace.
Croats and Tab3 of genuine Irish Crochet.
Barbes and Ties of Princess Lace.
Deep full plaited Jabots of Irish Crochet, and also
of fine lawn hand embroidered and edged with Valen
ciennes. 1
Stock Collars in novelty laces trimmed with pearl
cabochons.
Collar and Cuff Sets of Irish and Venise Laec
. Tailored Collars, hand embriodered, Bows, Ascots,
etc.
t ' Neckwear Section, Main St. entrance.
Presents That Mean Comfort
Wool Garments for Women and Children
For Women Shawls of most delightful warmth,
fleecy and light as a feather, in pure white, and white
with pink or blue. ,
Wool Kimonos,' for chilly mornings' and very nice
for those who breakfast in bed.
White "Honeycomb" Shawls, large sizes one and a
half yards square in which one may wrap up.
" Chinchilla gray Shawls, 3-cornered and cape styles.
Silk Shawls and Fascinators "in black and cream
white ,for the shoulders or head.
Orenburg Shawls and Scarfs, very silky and light
in weight. , . , ' .
Women's Cardigan Jackets, Eton and Coat lengths.
Black Wool Hoods for women.
' For the Little Ones
Drawer Leggings, white, gray, black and red, 50
cts and up. . s
Toboggan Caps with huge tasselswhite and-all colors
and combinations, 50 cts and up. . '
Children's Sweaters, red, white, gray, and brown.
The Kipling Kalendars are selling rapidly. Do not
"put off getting one and be disappointed- later.
The D. M.
1073 Main St. DEPARTMENT STORE. 89 Fairfield At.
THJE STORK TO FIND SCARCE ARTICLE?
IOCBLE COUPON'
Good for both or either
FRIDAY, DEC. 17
LARGE BAGATELLE BOARDS
Our Regular 25c Ones
With Coupon
13c
Roys Fringed Gauntlet Gloves,
Tan or Grey Leather, with Star.
Special Coupon Price irlclay
25c
Books, Block Games, Air Rifles, PopGnns. etc
(LOANS)
UPWARDS
Trade Mark Reg.
To Housekeepers
Repayable In small weekly
payments.
Dealings confidential.
No unnecessary red tape.
Money same day applied for.
OPEN EVENINGS.
AMERICAN
LOAN ASSN
29 FAIRFIELD AVENUE
Over Evening frmer
MILES' CREAM ALE .
The Finest Made
Bartholomay's Rochester Lager. Soda
and Mineral Waters. Bottled by
M. J. MAL0NEY
S Jones Avenue
Free Delivery Tel. Z07S-3
Read Co.
BUY TOUR PRESENTS XOW
At 25c to 4.tS T y Piano. At lc
to $1.95 Splendid aotortitu-iu llramn.
At lc to S2.05 Greatest showina; of
Dolls to be- seen anywhere in city;
all kinds, Kid Body.CeJInloid. Dressed,
etc. At &c to 25 Splendid Picture
Books for Children; look around, then
come and buy ours. At 25c to S3.95
Very fine Sleds for Boys and Girls. At
63c up Skate for Men and Women.
Boys and Girls. At lc Special lot
Red Christmas Bells; larger than
usual. At lc. 6 for 5c Christmas and
New Vear Postal Cards. At 5e-rChlm-neys
for Magic Lanterns. At 25c iip
Magic Lanterns and Moving Picture
Machine great variety Bears. Lions,
f ancy irous,. ltubber Balls and Toys,
(-HOICK WINKS, UVCOItS Jt CIUAKH.
ew Management. Strictly t'p-co-date,
. Hot l.unclt All Day
DAY moXKT. Proprietor
Corner Cedar and Eat Miln Stree.
Electrical Toys
Give the boy an up-to-date
gift that will teach as well
as amuse. We have a com
Iplete line of imported elec
trical toys. Better have a
safe lighting outfit for the
tree, too.
Open evenings during
Christmas Week
The Gale Electric Co.,
(Incorporated)
295 STATE STREET
GLEDHILL & CO.
Dealers tn second hand Iron and
wooJ-wnrklna; machinery, engines,
boilers, motors, dynamos, lathes, plan
era. drills, anvils, band saws, vises,
clSTatora, office fixtures, ssfes. desks,
etc etc Telephone cad 77S-S.
COR. WATER CTQOM 8T3L
nil Novelties
ON YOUR FURNITURE
. 10 and upwards
COME TO US AJVD VE WILL HAITO YOU
MONEY to enable yon to get ronr Christmas glfta for toot full list of friends.
MONZY for the Carisunaa decoration the tree and all that makes the
children happv. i
MOVrY for the Christmas Turkey.
MONiY to cloth younwlf n1 family well and comfortable.
MO.M2Y to meet unexpected emergencies and the hundred needs that are
ure to ariae.
Hundreds of satisfied customers, an ever increasing business and the fact that
our o:d customers take pleasure in recommending; us to their friends is
proof rot only that oor trent-Tent is the fairest bnt thr.t we frive you
TJse Lowest Pates Tbejlest Sei-vl-e-JJie Easiest Teraa.
HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. ,
a
a
300 MKIGS BCILDIXG
2S
There is nothing you can buy for so little money that
will beautify the home than one of those beautiful pictures
consisting of Oil Paintings. Landscapes, Pastels, Chatter
Boxes, Etchings, Engravings, Holy Pictures and numerous
others. Unframed Pictures of every description which
we will sell at a discount of 40 per cent.
Call and look these large selections over before you decide on your pur.
chase. We aLso make picture frames of every description.
THE JOSEPH P. COUCIHLIN CO.
777:783 EAST MAIN STREET
DR. CHARLES P. CIPOLLA
SPECIALIST IX VEXERxATi AND SKTX DISEASES. OFFICE AT
Cosmopolitan Pharmacy, 582 Pembroke Street, Corner Steuben
JOHN F. FAY,
High class Furniture, Draperies and Novelties, re-uphol-Etertng
and refinishing furniture, Shades and Curtains ia
great variety. . .
All kinds, of bedding made to order and made over. The only store of Its
kind In New Knrland. TrlenHone TS-S
ANNIVERSARY SALE
N. BUCKINGHAM & CO., Inc.
Est. 1842. - ' ,177 STATE STREET
TRAVIS INN
(Opp. site of old Koonchanaj Inn). The only first class hotel be
tween Bridgeport and New Haven. Furnished rooms, well heated, and
electricity. Special attention given to. antomohlle parties. Meals
Ewj r t ? 1 ? "V Dealer In all kinds of Live Stork and Inter.
t1 r I" II national Endless Apron Mannre Spreader.
An fn. Sirtft lonvll FertHlaM
Agent
Phone 3S4-
5
TRATFORD
I M M TELEPHONE Special Attention fib en to Teleplone Ord en
1 11 11 j A9-5 DUDLEY J. STAFFORD
THE OLD HOMESTEAD GAFE
CORXER EAST MAIN AND WALTER STREET5 ,
Finest Wines. Liquor, and Cigar. La Uas City. Hot ' M Lnncli DaUy
'Phone ai4-S 3a. r OCOSSUK, prop.
tVILL PAT THE HIGHEST PRICES FORSCRAI IRON AI METALS
SECOND HAND TOOI.S AND MACHINERY
OFFICE AND TARD M KOSSUTH STREET PHONE 4SS-4
. LOWE'S LAUNDRY
nno KKAVIEW AVE. WET WASH. ROUGH DRY AND M ANCLE WORK.
1000 SKAV THOMAS L. IXJWK Pro, formerly oX Wella Low.
Phone 1.4. Delivery Free . T 17 tf
$ --TUR.aSH
11
KEEP YOU IN PERFECT HEALTH AT
Flerant Hotel A
IINIOf! HOTEL
m ... t.-.a-.I sTr Wit.
Prlvat Dlninc Rooms. First
CIGARS
No matter what vou rjav
you are certain of getting greater value than else
where. Goods are always fresh, as stock is moved
quickly. Bigcest line in the city and prices the most
reasonable. Box trade a st)cialty.
line line of Pipes, Clear Holders. Tobaccos Hi Tins and all Smokers
Acresorlea.
D C VI ITH PP -f0Ai's Theatre,
LJ Oiflilll, lairneld Avenue
WANT ADVS. ONE
ni
Sffc I
D
a
Third Floor Phone 1384
Jfi
239 FAIRFIELD AVE.
4 Doors Above Broad St
' and Headquarters for
, Furniture Gifts at
N. Buckingham & Co.
Anyiiversary sale is still 'on
and is shown by the- large
crowds at store during- the last
week. Remember we are giv
ing 20 per cent: off for Cash
on Furniture, Lace Curtains,
Couch Covers and - Portieres
from fire dollars and upwards.
. Buy while this sale is on. .A
Rood time to go to housekeep
ing while prices are so low. Our
huge store is brimful of .bar- '
gains.
No place like- Buckingham's
for value. .
CHOPS
for Swift Lowell Fertiliser.
STRATFORD. COSS. HJO
ON THE BOSTOX POST ROA
Private Dinlne Rooms
STEAKS. CHOPS. LOBSTERS. Etc.
BATHS- $
s
Grin
and cafe
WATKK ST1t:KT. OPP. DKPOl
EUROPEAN PLAN
ROOMS SO CENTS ISP UP
Ctaaa Cafe. EDW. FAKREI.L. pro
THAT SATISFY
in ijiucia; tiu ru
3
for cisrars at D. D. Smith's
CENT A WORD.

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