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THE FARMER. FEBRUARY 19, 1915
JOHNIC. BEANNER, HEAD OF STANFORD SENDS RESIGNATION MRS. HARRISON AIDS CHICAGO MAYOR IN NOMINATION FIGHT S kVJ ITU U 1105 MAIN ST. 90S Main SJL, Hartford. 10 Rue St. Cecile, Paris. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LEADING MILLINERS THE mm ,- 5'o-J N v 955-957 Slain St. We Give &C Stamps Just, received 2 cases of 120 dozen Ladies' Silk . Stockings, " double sole, high spliced heels and silk 17 inches high, war ranted "strictly firsts. v Black, Navy, White, Steel color. 25cpairv l'r ' They will wear well and stand the washing. Get your Summer supply now. You just ought to see what a $5.00 bill will do in , our Cloak Dept.. Satur day?; ' ' - Sefurf , ' $5.00 $1coit $'2:50 S5-00 Men's White Pleated Dress Shirts, attached cuffs, sizes 14 to ff CS 17. Worth $1.25 U Men's 50c wide open end Silk Four-in-Hand Ties. Dandy patv '"-"29 C Men's $1.00 Caps of as soed woolens. Big full shapes. . T . Handsome .. White ' and x Ecru Net Curtains, Braided designs, real . $2.00 Values. i Q parr. i .Ladies' Short' Chamois , : sette Gloves in White : and Natural PQg Pr- Kayser's , Short . Black .V Silk "Gloves. Nice new Stock just fv'-Q g Pr RUDDER POST GOHE, FRUllxUflER CALtS HELP BY VIRELESS , Nw,Tork, Feb. , 19 rWord was re ceived, nere "today that the coast guard - cutter Itasca. -had left Norfolk t o ro to the asaistanoe of , the United Fruit steamer SantaT Marta which re- , portea uby wireless early . 'today from the vicinity of-Cape Hatteras! that she had .becoTneunmanagrea'ble : owing to the loossnlngf ol "her rndier post. The Santa Maria was bound for New York from Port Limon,' with 65 paasH engera and maiL : "She reported .that a, heavy northerly gale was hi owing tit that she was ridingjit out safely with the aid of a sea anchor. The Santa Marta -was due here tomorrow.-. 1 - 'Death Halts Work f f ; of ;Stratford Avenue : t Bridge Ooniniissioii Owing to the death of Thomas Coul ter, father of James Coulter, of the Btrkflford , avenue bridge commission, the meeting of the commission which was to have been held today, to select an - engineer for , the bridge has been Indefinitely postponed. Secretary Charles Blaekman of the couRnission eaid that another meeting would1 be called within 10 days. A number of prominent bridge Tbuild ers are being considered by ' the commission-but the secretary said today that no decision has been reached. He would not make known any of tHe names that are being considered. It was-desired to have City Engineer Terry ' take charge of the preliminary work .on i the - brftlge, the -building of the piers, etc., thus making a saving to the city but he. has decided because ot. other work he cannot give proper attention to the building of the bridge. MUST STIPPORT WIFE OB r -GO TO ' .J Am six anbivras ' Michael Kiggins, residing at 1164 State, street, changed - with non-support of his wife and two children was this .morning.prdered 'JkT Judge Coughlin in the City court to pay $3.50 per week under . direction of the pro bation officer or spend six months in Jail. " , ' ' Testimony offered by Mrs. Higgins tended to show that though not a drinking man his abuse was such as to drive a"" son from the home and" on one instance to make it nesessary to have him arrested, and examined' as to his sanity after he had used a' knife in enforcing some of his de mands, v - t. The prisoner declared that his trou bles began when . he . attempted ,tp evict J' v boarder- frbm "ms-'TornVer home land that his, wife later sold the furniture and left the city. She returned on Feb. 8th and a Hay later had him arrested on the non.-support charge. - , ' M mi paw c. 3Kaw Stanford University, CaJL, Feb. 19. President Jobn C. BramieT of Stanford university has submitted- his resigna tloii, effective Jnly 31. . The trustees nave accepted' it. Keports say Dr. Bay Iipnan Wilbur, dean of the Stan ford medical school, probably, will be President Branner's successor. Presi dent' K runner succeeded David Starr Jordan, 'Stanford's first president, in August 191S. . RIOTERS CLUBBED IN POLICE FIGHT; IB ARE ARRESTED New York. Feb. 19 Sixteen men ' were arrested today ih a riot in 5th avenue, almost directly in front of St. Patrick's Cathedral. For a quar , terof an hour traffic was halted while I 200 men fought in the street. ' Po I lice reserves charged the crowd with nightsticks ana arter a naru roatue dispersed the rioters. Three police men were beaten ; and their uniforms torn. . v . , j ' The -police "asserted that the fight waff between.: strikers from a nearby tailoring establishment and. men who sought to take their places. X , . Fifth avenue Was crowded with the usual morning array of automobiles headed for downtown offices (when, the nght started. Within i.a few minutes the .'avenue was choked for blocks 'With traffic;- From windows of hotels, apartment houses -and homes nearby women watched, the straggle in- the street. . According tohe police 70 taijors-employed toy the firm of Bergdorf & -Goodman quit work recently y when the firm Refused to reinstate; two men who ,had been discharged. The police asserted that pickets stationed near the- establish ment clashed : with strike-fbreakers and that this precipitated a general fight. , - v v ; A. solitary policeman on post eharg ed tlje rioters. They threw him down and sat on him till the reserves put them, to flight. LOCAL DELEGATION . , IN CAPITOL SEEKING STATE AID ON BRIDGE (Special to The Farmer) . Hartford, Feb. 19--City Clerk J. Alex H. Robinson and Aldermen Mal colm MacFayden, Daniel E, Walker and Robert . N. Blakeslee ' of Bridgeport appeared ,before the Gen eral Assenbly committee on -eities and boroughs here today in favor of the bill asking state aid for the build ing of the new Stratford avenue bridge over the Pequonnock river at Bridgeport. , The aldermen, named comprise, the legislative .committee of the Bridgeport common council. The bill asking state aid was introduced by- Senator William H. Comley, 3ry- ot Bridgeport. At a recent election1 in Bridgeport a $400,008 bond issue was authorized to build thebridge. - Tt. is thought this sum will not be suJfQcient and in ' view - of tne - f act that the' bridge is part- of the- great highway between Boston and New Xbrk and much used by automobil ists, state aid in building a new bridge has been asked. ' 1 - . -i SHIP IjOBBX COSOIITTEE RESTS . Washington, Feb.u 19 The ' Senate committee investigating charges of "lobbying" against '-the administra tion ship bill took no testimony today and will meet again tomorrow. . CARPENTER'S TtXM.S STOIjEN. John' Johnson, a contractor, living at .1941 Fairfield -avenue,; reported to the police this morning that a quan tity of carpenter's tools had -been stolen from a new- building , under construction on North . Main ' street, above Bethany chapel. . - L AUTO THIEVES IN NEW HAVEN .Automobile thieves are 'working in New Haven.' A bold theft of a Buick car, bearing the number 3437 is re ported by the New Haven police from the curb in front of the Grand Opera House last night. The car, -which is sought here, is described as maroon body with black running-gear. .There was an auto-trunk strapped to tho rear. , ... . FORGER, SENTENCED- HERE, AGAIN IN TOILS William Herx, alias Davenport, the son of wealthy ' Brooklyn, N. Y., par ents, well known in this vicinity- for his propensity to cash fraudulent checks, is again in the toils at Nor walk, where he was "arrested this morning for similar praotice. Herx was arrested in this city, No vember 6, 1913, after he had forged a check which he had cashed by a Fair field avenue hat store. ' He was con victed in' the superior court' on De cember J3, 1913V and sent to jail for a term of nine months. At the time:of bis... capture .here he had' 100. blank tnickS 'tipoH' various banks ih 'Jtls pockets. - - Carranza forces again evacuated Mexico City, and Zapata forces re-entered. 1 01 Winter Millinery practically at yoerown prices. We need the room for Spring Goods $2.00 trimmed winter hats .... 48c $3.00 trimmed - winter hats . . . . 75c $3.50 trimmed winter hata ' . . . . . : 98e $4.50" trimmed winter, hats . . . . $1.48 All other trimmed hats formerly pric ed from $5.00 to $25.00 now $1.98 to S8.50. $1.25 black yelvet covered hate 25c $2.00, black velvet, covered hats 48c $3.0O black velvet covered hats 98c ,20c wide silk ribbons ...... 10c yd 50o wide silk ribbons . i "20c yd $1.00 wide silk ribbons . ... 48c yd $1.00 odd lot shirt waists .... . 48c $1.50 odd lot shirt waists ...... 75c Splendid values in new spring shirt waists in silk' and embroidered . lawn 98c, $1.48, $1.98, $2.48, $2.98 20c small flower sprays, . . . . . . . . 10c SOc small flower sprays . . : . . .' . .. 1 5c SOc small flower sprays '. . . ; . . . . 25c Exceptional values in ostrich plumes 48c, 75c, 98c, $1.48 up to $7.48. . B STONES HALL AS AIITIJCATHOLlC SPEAKER ESCAPES v . - ' "' 1 " ' v lj Windows Smashed, Police man Injured Byi Huge Crowd in Paterson : Patterson. Feb.N19. A. mob of sev eral thousand people last .night at tempted to storm the Paterson Audi torium, between Ellison and - "Van Houten streets, where I.:'J.. King of Toledo, O., has been holding nightly anti-Catholic meetings. '"' Although they, were driven off by. the entire Paterson police force" of 125 men, assisted by .firemen, almost every window in the hall was smash ed, and King himself was compelled to speed away, in a fast automobile under police escort, - - ' King, who- says tie .is a former Roman Catholic priest, came to Pat erson last Sunday, and engaged - the Auditorium, a former roller skating rink, for two weeks of what he calls the Martin Luther Protest Con vention, its object ' being avowedly anti-Catholic. ;. - i ' i i . ' , . , "When King announced ;,that . his meeting last night would be to dis cuss the confessional, and. that only men would be admitted, the, police men would be admitted, the police prepared for trouble. The entire force, under the personal supervision of Commissioner Fred H. Schieke, was paraded outside the building, together with a fire company which had" sev eral hosgp lines laid ready for use. 1 After nearly 1,000 -persons had -crowded inside the building the police were ordered to f orce , the rest of , the crowd, . numbering several . "times as many, back twoblocks from the doors in each direction, , The crowd took the orders in ill part, and almost im mediately stones began to fly, rattling on the roof and then smashing win dows and striking heavily pn ' the doors. .The police and firemen went stead ily at work, and although several were hit and one. Patrolman Stephen . Jor lett, was badly hurtj by volleys of stones, they finally succeeded in clear ing the streets two blocks from ; the auditorium. While , the commotion outside" was at its height. King, on the stage with in brought put an . American flag, which he wrapped around himself. Immediately after his speech . was finished. King left by a private door, entered a closed automobile with a police ' guard, and was driven a,t high speed to his lodgings-oTitside. the dan ger zone. Tyro arrests were made, William JC Smith of No. 44 Jasper street, was locked up, charged with ' malicious mischief for throwing stones, and William Teevan, seventeen, of No. 849 Main street, was arrested' for" creat- CORRECT DRESS FOR . 1108 MAIN Saturday Specials NEW SPRING DRESSES OF SILK ' WOOL POPLIN AND CREPE VOILES AT $3,S5 FALL CO ATS AT $.00 $1 0.00 Beautiful Line of New" ?pKng" "Suits' arid ' .... Waists. . All our winter long cloth than half former prices. coats less $5.00 long cloth coats ' $1.98 $2.98 $4.48 $7.48 $8.98 $7.00 long cloth coats . $19.00 Ions cloth coats N. .' . $18.00 black caracul, coats $22.00 black caracul coats $25 and $30 black seal plush coats . . .... . . . : . , . . ....-?" $11.48 Guaranteed''', raincoats at Bargain t .Prices.- Marabout feather boas and muffs at half prices. Reliable fur scarfs and muffs at. about half prices. It will pay you to buy your furs now for next year. NEW SATIN COVERED HATS $1.00 satin covered hats ..... : . . SOc $1.50 satin covered hats 75c $1.75 satin covered hats . 1 . . . . . . 98c $2.00 trimmed satin covered hats 98c $2.50 trimmed satin covered hats $1.48 New made veils 25c, 48c, 75c' ' ing a. disturbance outside the home of Col. Robert Mitchell, the owner of the Auditorium, at Carroll street and Hamilton avenue. . , ALLEGED SWINDLERS HELD IN HARTFORD x FOR LOCAL POLICE Are Accused . of Having Fleeced Laborer of $700 Through Old Game -;'v- SaJvatore Profondo and Frank Ro mano, formerly , living on the Easi Side, are held by the Hartford author ities for swindling Bernardo, Lorenzo, a laborer, of 252 Grand street, fron whom they secured 'nearly $700 by working the handkerchief game. The arrest comes as the result of nearly two months work up on the, part of the local police who never have given up the search f 01" the men. Detective Petruschell will probably go to Hart- ford tonight to return them to this city for trialj Last ; December, ' Loremo Diet a strange man, who told of having sev eral - thousand dollars wrapped in a handkerchief. He was searching for a lost brother "Whom Lorenzo was un willingly convinced he knew. . The stranger wanted a safe keeping-place for the handkerchdef and the $8,000 and to show his responsibility Lorenzo was induced to draw about $700 from a local bank, which he deposited in the stranger's hands. V When Lorenzo became suspicious and opened the handkerchief it was filled with newspaper cuttings. OBITUARY . v JOHN DONIHEE A large concourse of relatives and friends attended the funeral of John Donihee, which was held from his late residence, 204 Beach -street, this morn ing, at 8:30 o'clock and a half houv later from St. Charles' R.'C. church,' where a solemn mass of requiem was offered by Rev. Thomas P.- Gloster, as sisted by Rev. James V. Hussion as deacon and Rev.1 Patrick McG4vney as subdeacon. As the hody was being borne - into the church- : the church- choir rendered '"Thy Will Be Done." At the offertory Joseph Clabby sang "Pie Jesu." After mass Miss Irene Havrtlla rendered "Heaven Is Hid Heme." As the body was . being car ried from the -church- -Joseph Clabby sang "Face to Face." There was a wealth of floral tributes. The pall bearers were George Comer, WilMam Comer, William Donihee, James So len, Thomas Donihee and William Fant Rev. Patrick McOivney accom panied the remains to St. Michael's cemetery and read the committal ser vice, i , Fifty workmen had difficulty in es caping from a fire that did $100,000 damage to the plant of the American Fork & Hoe Co. at Binghamton, N.' X. WOMEN STREET AND MISSES 1 ' , v , J, 1 ' ' " ' - I V-', ' " ' ' hf 1 I . x I III Clilcaso. Feb. 18 Mrs.', (barter W. Harrison, . wife of -Mayor Harrison, took her husband's place on the plat form and addressed several meetings of workers, urging them to nominate her husband on Feb. 23 as the Demo cratic candidate for mayor. Mr. Har rison, who is completing his fifth term as mayor, because of illness, was unable to fill a number of his en gagements, and Mrs. Harrison vol unteered to " take his place. Mrs. Harrison , is a lingnist, and her speeches in German and French caused much . favorable comment "My heart is in his candidacy," Mrs. Harrison admitted , as she spoke of the efforts of Mr. . Harrison to he elected again mayor of ' Chicago at a luncheon given in her honor. . . "My husband, the incumbent, Is ' the" first mayor to give recognition to women. He has pat a woman on the school board and on the library hoard. He has beeh able, under ' great protest to. keep a woman at the - head of tltb dty; public ' school eysteni Mrs.' Ella Flagg Young. : The present mayor gave Chicago the" municipal ! dance halls.- The present incumbent put out the red light of Chicago. . OFFICIAL NEWS OF THE WORLD WAR 1 ' , '-); Continued from Page One '.. man trenches which were taken by the French on Feb. -'l 6, were partly reconquered. "In the eastern. war arena: the Ger man yesterday occupied Tauroggen, in the Russian province Jof OECovno. "The engagements of the pursuing Germans with the retreating Russians to the northwest of Grodno and to the north of Auchswola are nearing their end. -. The battle to the northwest of IColno still continues. - '"'. "South of Myszyniec the Germans drove ' the Russians out of several villages. .. .'.. " - , . ' ",Tp the north of 'Vistula, In Po land, minor engagements are taking, place on - both sides-Nof the river Wkra, to -the east of Racionz." J AUSTRIAN Vienna," Feb. 19. The following offi cial statement of the progress - of mil itary operations has . been issued here : "On the Carpathian - front the - sit uation generally is unchanged, al though there was heavy fighting yes terday almost everywhere.- numerous attacks of the Russians were repulsed wRh heavy losses to them and 320 Rus sians were taken 'prisoners.- ' - , ."By our occupation of Kolomea th Russians lost; an important point in East Gallcia, south of Dniester river. "From the direction of, Stanislau Hovile reinforcements are moving and important fighting north of Nadworna and northwest of Kolomea is proceed tng . ' -' . " ' ,:' -'- "In Bukowina the enemy has been driven beyond the Priith and -Czerno-, witz has been occupied by our troops. Wednesday afternoon the Russians re treated in . the direction of Nowosie litz." ..... . BRITISH London, Feb. 19. A report on the progress of the fighting' on the conti nent was given out officially here to day. It Is the second of the bi-weekly communications on the operation of the British arniy in France promised by the British authorities and reads: : ,"The enemy has displayed consider able activity during" the last few days southeast of Tpres. The fighting .on this part of .the line has at times been severe. At one or two points the en emy succeeded in occupying some of our trenches, but they were driven out by counter attacks. One of the ene my's trenches was blown up and a number of prisoners were taken. . ' . "On the night of Feb. 16-15 an attack was made on our line north of "the ipres canal. ' and on the following night a similar attack was made near Neuve Chapelle. Both were, easily driven off with loss to the enemy. "South of the river Lys our guns dealt effectively with the enemy's ar tillery, the fire of which has increased somewhat of late. "Our air craft, have carried out val J uable reconnaissances and they have also successfully engaged aeroplanes of the enemy." Tashua and Long Hill Almon Bradley, the administrator of the late Mrs. Julia Sherman estate, has been in town selling off the live stock and settling affairs. ; He and John Sherman have returned to Kent. Charles B. Seeley bought three cows belonging to the estate. . - 4 Friends here will be interested to learn cf the marriage of Miss Ruth Mallette, a former Tashua girl, to Mr. Louis Roe of ISTew York this Tuesday. The wedding took place in New York and the couple will reside in that city. Mrs... Belle Blackwood has been a sufferer with a severe grip cold. Her .niece. Miss Eva Swezey, la afflicted THE CASH STORE. Noteworthy Vaiues. Throughout the Store At Small Cost. Good Underwear Values : For Men and Women Men's, negligee shirts of nice quality percale, madras and pongee. Special ac f 69c Odd lot of men's wool underwear. Worth $1 and $1.25. Special at Q$q Women's extra ! large ; sizes in cotton ribbed vests. Low necked, short, and elbow sleeves, also ho. sleeves. -29c Cotton ribbed tights,, with lace trim med or euff . knee. - r , . -". - 29c Cotton ribbed vests; Light " weight. Low necked, - short " sleeves or no sleeves. All; sizes and extra sizes. ; 12c, 15c and? 19c . Main ffoor -Childreri's Dresses for 79c Wash dresses. Fast color; In blue, pink and tan. Value $1.00 for JQq : Second floor ! Sateen Petticoats Fine Quality " and Style I Sateen petticoats with deep pleated flounce, 4n' a variety of colors, w'itn under drop. . In Belgium and navy J hlna I -1 . 1- on 1I . V. . - n J ' ' .---! . , .1. i tv.ii. vr ui ill and $1.00. Special at fyQQ and QQq ' Second floor ' Women'sv Gloves , Kid glovfes, in ' black, tan and white. Special value at. . ... . . ... .gCJ pr. Lambskin gloves. Light weight. Flex- ible kid. In black, white, tan and grey, , . . ... ....... ...... pr. Kayser leatherette gloves. ' Wash well. In. white, tan and grey, at' QQq pr. Kayser . chamoisette gloves. 'Goo weight. White, grey, tan and black. .......... 25c pr Main ffoor ," THE SMITH - Si-i'fer.'ti -fer."ti- fe 'fe S fe'-ti 9. 9, . Thr w ASHINfrTON is a pattern lh one of those designs, old yet new, always pleas Vlhg and in keeping vith the furniture of old or modern de sign. In complete sets or in iriaL rj- . . : X BSSERT SPOONS' OR FORKS. j TABLESPOONS OR FORKS DESSERT KNIVES : . BREAKFAST KNIVES TABLE KNIVES . , SINGLE SERVING PIECE'S 9.:Z Only furnished in Holmes & - ' - sterling G. W. Fairchilfl & Spits, Ine F 1 -. AT THE SIGN OF THE CHIMES - . . Q17 UfAIM STRFTTT - f ESTABLISHED 1885. . ' t" - Jewelers & Opticians. Manufacturers, Importers. Hetailem The Central Market 295 STATE STREET SATURDAY IVesh Shoulders ;. .'. Pork Roast . . . Fancy Turkeys . . Roasting Chickens . . PVinrv Fowl .... ' liunp Corned Beef . ; . . . .. . ' Native Veal, Home Made Sausage, teicry, oweei miauKs, berries. Parsley, Green Peppers,- Spinach, Etc. 295 STATE; with tonsiUtis. , :' -. 1, ' "., The death of Mrs. Jiiiiza rvu;iu, mother of John Patterson, occurred -at her late home Wednesday night at the ripe old age of eighty years. -Those attending the dance in Cut ler's hall Tuesday evening from Tashua were Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mallette, ,Miss Frances Mallette, Miss Helen Krohmer, Miss Louisa Helmrich, and Messrs.' John and William Helmrich. . Miss Catherine Iang and Miss Hel ma Finnell of Newtown were Tuesday nieht trues ts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kohler. Miss Mamie Finnell or rewtown "as been spending a few days in town as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Lynch. i,r iPonrtall of Hartford spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Banaaii. ; in riiimot of "PTimokin Hill has had the misfortune to lose his faithful horse. , -r on -vtt-s Hanrv Seneer and fam ily, who have-occupied the late Mrs. Antha Edwards place, will soon move back to Bridgeport. ' ivr- ami Mrs - Eli Godfrey. JrT who haye been living In Tannersville, N. X., have been visiting --Mr. and Mrs. William F. Randall and left Sunday for their new home in Ithaca, X., where Mr. Godfrey has accepted a po sition on a large fruit farm. - uc .TiVhn Trflndwpll attendftd a. meeting of the Algonquin club of .Bridgeport ivionaay nignc ana was latet a guest of her friend, Mrs. Mol- lan. . ' Mrs. Abraham Klein, who has been iri Rhetor's hospital for a period ot three weeks; returned to' her - home In Tashua," Monday. Hers daughter, Miss Lena Klein of Bridgeport, a trained nurse, accompanied her and will recu perate, at her- home after an illness of scarlet fever. : : . Miss Louise Helmrich visited"' her brother Fred in St. Vincent's hospital Wednesday and found him recovering from the shock he suffered when his team was struck b'y the cars and he was thrown out and suffered a broken leg. Mr. and - Mrs. Charles Winkler and i infant daughter of New York epen Durable Hosiery Men's and Women's Women's Gordon bopt silk hose. Fine quality. In white, black, navy. .bronze, and red. ...... 2c pr. Gray silk lisle , hose, spliced heel and toe. Extra heavy. Goed weight. .:- 25c. pr- Women's black gauze, lisle hose. Light . weight. Double top. .'. .21 pr. Men's heavy cotton hose. Black onl. Double heel and toe. " Special at .......................... gc pr. . Main ffoor Muslin Underwear " and Corsets Flexo-Form, Corsets with Spiro-bona side steels. Will not break or rust. Flexible and comfortable!. Regu lar $1.00. Special at 41?C Fine nainsook corset covers; also good ' quality ' cotton. Trimmed with : ' shadow lace and embroidery. Were ; 5 0c. Special at, -39C. Cambric drawers, trimmed with hem stitched, tucked flounce.:. Worth 25c, for. . , Basement x .New Spring Patterns in Ribbons New colored striped taffetas, also new plaids and small checks. For chil- ' dren's hair ribbons and trimmings, 5 to 6 inches wide J5q to 25c 5 1' ' - Main ffoor ' - New Neckwear All the New Styles and , , Shapes Collar and collar and cuff sets of em broidered, organdy and net. Many lovely styles. All at. ..... . Main . ffod MURRAY. CO. ; "i i '-:; "6 PATTERN jingle pieces. .$2.38 dozen 4.25 " - 4.75 . ".tv 7.SO " JS.40 " 9.00 ' .SOc to 1.75 '6 Edwards' celebrated XIV quality mmiii 4 "4 fftRWH P O ATM": Am? TELEPHONE 799 S? EC I A L S 11c lb ISc lb 24c lb 22c 11 23c lb 15c lb C'ran- , .-. s.- ...... ' STREET Lincoln's birthday In Tashua with Mrs.1 Winkler's parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Albert Helmrich. A Very enjoyable dance was held at Cutler's hall, Tuesday evening, given by the employes of the Telephone Co. About 140 guests were present, coming from Bridgeport, Fairfield, Derby, Eas tern, Newtown, Tashua and Monroe, Gillette's band of Easton furnished the. music for dancing: The affair was bo much enjoyed there is promise of an other like it arter ient. Mrs. Mtery Skelly and Mrs. William Dailey of Bridgeport were' Tuesday guests of Mrs. Kate Kohler of Tashua. CARRANZA PLANS : MONTEREY ATTACK Washington, Feb. , 19 -General Car ranza's agency here today announced receipt of , advices that 4,500 troops were moving to join other Carranza troops ;in a general attack - on Mon terey. - "The Zapatistas have moved from Zoutuitlan and Tehuacan, suburbs of Mexico City, suffering heavy losses, the agency announced. "It is abso lutely false that Mexico City .has been . evacuated." , ...... PRESIDENT CONSIDERING "" " TRADE COMMI SSION ME Washington, Feb. 19 President Wilson will nominate the members of 'the federal trade commission with in the hext few days. . He had been delaying them pending settlement 'of the ship bill situation. The five men still foremost under consideration are Joseph E. Davies, of Madison, Wis.; E. N. Hurley, of Chicago; Will H. Parry of Seattle; George L.- Record, of New Jersey, and William J. Harris, ri tf"2. amrci a The Ford automobile factory at De troit accepted a Sing Sing ex-convict to be remade into a man.