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THE FARMER: FEBRUARY 16, 1915 X f ' " i ,. t-.--i".-i o; YOUR STORE v 1 I US' .o DRY GOODS GO. I i-v nil I 14 II I I I i X XIII VI K'M f I 'i Jr i v, II'" i v i i,.-. i. x-ri i WM f - r vrvt px r F-U ; pj j"" , A! 5 Wr V't;!U . I rim n n 11 n r'- 41 i-i n rTCi f piam cf M.Erp vjz&W WA 7. ; I it ihi m I i-h I i j : 11 1 ii i r ii' , r -'ir ;wri 1 y 1 u 1 1 1 ifr''i II U . I II 11 1 II l " YVVi'n ii i? I1JU' c MAIN, ELM; AND MIDDLE STS.. BRIDGEPORT About 50,000 square feet of floor space to be added, when alterations are com pleted this will be the most modern store in the state. Great price reductions must be made to move all stocks quickly. All stocks must be sold as they arrive to make room lor new lots arriving daily. Many new departments to be added, rear buildings to be torn down, half of oar main floor to be turned over to the builders. So we must clear the way. Sale starts tomorrow morning at 8:30." Cut prices will prevail in all departments during alterations. WATCH US GROW. - OF mFANTS' WEAR $1.00 Bath Robes. -07c 1 Ilrc or BlUji. Sizes S to 6 years. 50c Leggins.. . . . . . .42c " ' In WilttSe "or Black. 191 25 WHITE IAWN Cflf. .-, " KESSKS f Trimmed wltli BThMSJ'Val Iiaoe and s SZiubTOiclery. 49 c 59o CBHiDQEN'S " DRESSES :.i . REBUILDING SALE OF CORSET'S $1.50 FLEXOFOHM , f UJ COB.SEZTS TJntrekable side steel, ' loxr Irast, long hlgb Wp." ' ,l Regular $1.00 ..... .69 C $2.00 Warner Brasslre ; J M J y made ot all o ver em- ' broidery and laoe over net. J . Regular $1.50 -DOc lllebuM Jll. I.TTW1H mil iiwii in $10.75 $25.00. Silk Evening C" " Dresses - ' " $14.75 Silk ' " ; Dresses . 1 One lot of about 20 Dresses that were $15, and $18. . . J , One" lot of about 15 Dresses slightly soiled $2 T5 NEW SPRING SERGE ; , x f DRESSES. v( Regular $15.00 ..... f -512.75 Regular $12.75 -S9-75 Regular $10.0 ..... -S7.75 Regular $6.75 . . . .SS-OO Very JFlne All Wool Serge and 3 Q5 Satin Skirts.. Regr- $S to' $10 -COATS ANO 'SUITS . . SAMPLE 1 SPRTNO STTITS M - IT values. Sale -l-i'lC . . . in .Gabardine, ; ppplin and. serge, $25 and "$3o. Saie'e-iei 7c 0 Price,. . . " w" - Broadcloth and "Vel lE' . vet - Suits, plain and rur , tnmmeaj new short lengths, flare 'skirts; . $25 and $30. SL...'.;$9.75- Balance of Fall Suits of ' , all materials and , styles, $15 to $25 -. $5.75 COATS Arabia Lamb,, 50 inch lined throughout! $18 value. Sale CQ "ys Price . T 'taa 100 Coats, $18 and $20 (J Coats, Veltour, Broad- - cloth 1 and . mixtures. ..SL.;.:;$p.75. ' 50 All Wool Chin chilla .and Mixtures $10 valueei QO Sale; Price V 8 50 Coats, Zibeline and v Hindu Lynx. Value - $15 . '.,; . i . 1 " t S : r $5.00 $3.00 ' All i Wool. Serge Skima . 1'.' . Our entire stock of Cbildren's S Ort oa Coats: to bo sold at .v. i V1 , ' ' REBUILDING SALE REBUILDING SALE I OF GLOVES OF VEILINGS $1.00 Kid Gloves. . 79c 50c Veilings. ... 39c yd. Two Clasp Kid Gloves in Tan, 0 w j Brown, Wblte, and Mode. Plain HectiKon and ' . Sbadoweu " Meabcs In Black, Gery, Brown, $l!00 Cape Gloves. -79c. avy snd wlllte- , . In Tan, Black or "White. . "rc tt 1 ' an j 1 25c Grades .... 19 C yd. $1.50 Kid Gloves SI. 17 co M , ZT T . ..".-. S9c Chiffon Veilings. . . yd. 1 JTwo Clasp . Kid Gloves In Tan, r 1 ,C I Wnlte, Grey and Black, Paris Point Veiling, Uonble Width in Brown, Stitching. . . ; Black or Navy. - J c c REBUILDING, SALE OF SHIR .WAISTS . ... .... . . . , ...... $2.0O Crepe Ie g m mm Chine Waists, JJ -jQf im. all .new styles. Also ChUFon )Taf- feta, Maize Flesh, Blue or ' :. Sand. All sizes,. REBUILDING. SALE OF sklRT waists;; $2 00 and SS.OO Sample . v Waists in ; Voile, embroid ery front and military.. All . .'hew spring i , Mi jm . styles. AU to ) m to go at . . . . . Rebuilding Sale ol Furs FUR GOATS 4 yr x $25.00 Black or Brown gg - Coney Coats ... . 4 . '' - I id'iw nn' onI ;fin nn "Ri9i.v "IP , 3 v -, 7, T f w 'r- $75.00 Natural Pony Coats with 'Beaver Collar, and COQ 7C J'' ' At- " : Cuffs' l VC"W" 1 , -s- ; $50.00 Plain Natural COO 7R. V ' Pony Coats tf!, s : $50.00 . Brown Marmot Cpp f!Z S . Coats $45.00 Black Xynx Muff . f . . . O r' O v. $35 00 Black Lynx 19 75 $25.00 Natural Sktink 310B75 $25.0 Black Fox Muff . . . S1G.7S $18.75 Black Fox tT"t O 7C Muffs - $16.50 Black Fox C 1 7H Muffs . M $12.75 Black Fox fQ TfrT Muffs . $25. OO Natural Rao- HI FT f coon Muff .. $25.00 Natural Rao- f? "7 i" t i REBUILDING SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. $2.25, Women's Slip-Over Gowns oi Nainsook and Bat- Ci A "FWnlrroidftTV TriinTned ; . ' - r 59c Women's Slip-Over Oqwns, 44c m $1J25 Women 's: High Neck Gowns, Yokes of Hemstitch- 0"7- . stitched Tucks and Embroidery'. . ..." Ufl W 2.25 Pcctticoats 'of Pine Muslin or Nainsook Flounces ?3 ' & of Val LacC and various patterns of embroidery; . . . $3.00 Combinations of Nainsook Batiste. Lace and: Embroidery Trimmed, Buttles on Drawers , Covers trmimed back Ctp Q u'and front ........ . . A. ! f I A i J " , r : f W;j o 5 . o REBUILDING SALE OF . EMBROIDERIES : EAglnget Insertions. Galoona and Beadings. Ixt No. 1. Rcsuiar c yd. ........... Ix No. 2.;' Regular 12o yd . Iyotxlfo. 3. i . RoRular 15c yd. ,, . ....... . ... .. , CJ !t No. 4. Resrular 17c yd. .'. , ... lot- No. 5. Regular 19c yd. dfc x 14c REBUILDING SALE QF TOWELS . ; : - l 3c 10c ITuck Towels . . . ...... ........ . ..... - Plain or Colored Border. 11c Turkisb Towels ........... . . ........ 9c Turkish Towels ............ . . ... ... 8c BTuck Tpwels 9c 7c 6 c FOR WEDNESDAY ONLY D)(Q)' The following items will be sold sub ject to these conditions ". ..j 'No ' No No " No Mall. Orders. Refunds. Exchanges. C.o.d's. Because we offer these items at cost .and in some Instances less than cost. COME. EARLY' FOR LOTS MAY NOT ,' LAST THROUGH THE BAY. , . WHY? $2.00 Wool Challie - and Wool '. Crepe Street Dress, CJ 4 a"hrvn all Hi7Pfi ;. i aAj v -- ' ij-j- j. : OefenaEilmi.:, Sale i I!3iry Women's $1.00 Silk Hose OLisle Garter Top and High Spliced fCi HeeL in Black, White or Navy, all standard grades. (say ta kjg Women's 50c Boot Silk Hose, in all Colors, ; Lisle Garter Top, Tlr v xiigii opiiueu. xieei . . . . . . j ... Women's 25e Onyx Hose, medium ; weight cotton, in Black or p, , ,Tan, High SpHced.Heel and Deep Garter Top ......... Boys' 19c Heavy Rihhed Hose, Double Sole Heel and Toe . . ...... . ... . lOc Bovs' and Girls' Ribbed Rose in sizes 5V2 to 9. ' Regular 15c.-. Qc $1.50 , Black ' Sateen- Ritfit ! Petticoat, all , Q 4 f rt sizes REBUILDING SALE OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS , 50c' Fleece Lined Under- 2S0 ' wear ". - - ".r $1.00 Ribbed Union Suits .... . ; . . . . 74c o ft" if 50c New Spring Silk . Scarfs .. f. 37c 15c Arrow Brand Collars to : v, close put at . v' ' ea REBUILDING SALE OF HOUSEFURNISHINGS 65c four foot'; hard wood . step ladder with fQ pail rest . . , 5 ft. size SOc $3 OO GALVANIZED ROTARY . Ash Sifter, fits any barrel ....... $2.74 50 GALVANIZED ARREIi WITH COVER . . . , . . ASR 31.24 FORMERLY LABORDE GELMA1T COMPANY $1.50 All Brass Jardi- C"l ' nieres with ball feet m $1.39 Children's White g"J QQ $1.25 Bov Scout style CI ft ft CHILDREN'S GLOjVES. v 49c Mocha and kid fleece lined Gloves .-. . Boys', Heavy Golf Gloves, Dark and Light" Grey. Regu- 91a lar 29c , REBUILDING SALE OF , BOUDOIR CAPS . ' i ' ' - . . . . . .... ! . - ' ' - - " - - .. ' -. Fine Net Shadow Ijace Trimmed with Rib toon, all ney styles. Reg. 49c, 59c, 75c One lot of Regular S9c Bndolr Caps. Your OJtf ; Choice at ... s. . . . ... . . . . . . . REBUILDING SALE OF -HANDKERCHIEFS JLa flies' and Children's Plain or Cross Bar " Handkerchiefs ....................... " 25c AU IAneii, Handkerchiefs, narrow hem j lctalUalJHandkerchlefsJ 1 REBUILDING SALE OF -HOUSEFURNISHINGS 75c Cedar Oil and Mop $T7i 'Ouflt f Adjustable handle mop and can of Cedar Oil. 65c Galvanized Iron Wash Tub v Galvanized IronFoot Baths- " 29 c ' Reg. 39c. . REBUILDING SALE OF HOUSEFURNISHINGS 75c RTTSTIJESS BATH ROOM jm g -.- set c - 1 11 1 (71 45c Inverted Gas Light, complete ready to gTQ light $7.00 Gas Domes, all 55.00 c V,.' 1138 TO 1144 MAIN STREET, BRIDGEPORT, CONN. OFFICIALS IN GRAFT CASES ARE ACQUITTED 'Tast St. Louis, IH.. Feb. 16. Former cfflciala of East fit. Ijouis were acauit ted' today Jy a jury of charges Involv ing1 the misappropriation of $100,000 in i ! y funds. .; ' . : ', ' ' - - ' The trieji acquitted " were Charles S. JLamilert; former mayor; John' J. Faulkner, former eomptBoller; W, R, Rodenberger, former oomptFOlIw; E. Fred Gerold, former treasurer Clause Tietje, former alderman ; Ijeater Qriggsby, former clerk, health depart ment, now chief of detectives, "They -were accused of having formed a conspiracy' by whien mosey was to be obtained from the city treasury by the payment a second, time of . bond coupons and toy bills for labor and supplies paid in the names of relatives or employes of f accused officials. The acquittal of ' Lambert and Faulkner was asked by the prosecutor who said there was no direct evidence against them. The Bank of England bought 125, 000 pounds sterling bar gold. T Tnion Made Custom Suits . B IKY LTFOBD BKOTHER8 BUS "S ' E3t Side and West E&od T Attempt to Corner City Advertising Seen . In Council Measure A resolution providing that certain advertising, for witich the city pays, be placed in one newspaper only, intro duced by Alderman Broderick at the meeting of the. common council, last night, is believed to be an- attempt to secure the city advertising fdr one par tisan newspaper. The resolution pro vides that certain advertisements ap pear in but one newspaper and appear but once. The resolution was referred to the miscellaneous committee. Two hundred young men availed themselves of the first opportunity to call Sundays at Vassar College - , The Tonopah-Belmont Mining Cb.'s net profits for January were $115,159 against $117,604 for December. MAYOR HARRISON ILL; WIFE URGES HIS CANDIDACY Chicago. Feb-. 16. -Mrs. ' Carter F. Harrison, wife of Mayor Harrison, to- 1 day took her husband's place on the platform and addressed several meet ings of workers, urging them to nom inate her husband next Tuesday as the Democratic candidate for mayor.- Mayor Harrison, because of iiiness, was unable to fill a number- of his en- sasemanui-aiia Mrs. iiarnson volun teered to take his place. The Standard Oil Co., of New Jersey-declared its regular quarterly divi dend of 15 a share. "