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THE FARMER. FEBRUARY 19, 1915
CONNECTICUT CO.
AMUSEMENTS
AMUSEMENTS
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&s iviaipj st., -near isafik:
Good News for Men Who Wan! to Get More for Their
. Money and Pay Less for Their Time!
Yoif have never known this men's store to "dicker"
over prices because prices have always been fair, to you
and to .us." Men always save time here. In the season
when b iisiness is cbmingi irijg-ht i straight along, the first
price is the only price we have but in the dull month of
February we mark down everything to excite interest and
liven up trade. . ; - - ' ,
" And we never do things by halves because it takes
too long to get anywhere. So when we state herewith
that our original prices oh all suits and overcoats are now
priced at half and less, you men may know exactly where
you, and1 wev stand. ' - . . , ;
3MiiE:ris,s
THE5" LIKE OF W5UCH. WAS NEVER KNO WN BE-,
y FORE IN BRIDGEPORT ,
Every ' High-Grade Winter Suit and Overcoat . in Our
, Men's Clothing Stock, No Matter What the .
' Original Prise was is now on sale at -
c)llJ.4ji
he Home ;of Rogers
liaura Jean Libby's Daily
v j Talks on Heart Topics
RIISS LIBBEY'S REPLIES "
, - ,- TO YOUR LETTERS
Correct' name and address
must be given to insure at
tention, not to print.-Use ink.
Write short letters, ' on - one
' side: of paper only. Address
Miss Libbey, 916 President
Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
RULING TIIEIR HUSBANDS.
". ; ;;;--vA vvj' yy.'.-K-
rearMisLibi"bey::.'s,v; V'-' , -- ri "
1 Can you' tell-anything about Candle
day? " t atn ta read a composition in.
.school on -the subject and cannot find
anything f any interest about: it. Do
please help me and I willJbe- dreadful
ly gratefii to you. - v
.m- i SCHOOLGIRL SUB "
: Rerearcli brings to light the follow
ing;' Candlesmas day (February 2)- is
not celebrated in. Holland much more
than in England, but its place is taken
by a festival unknown in this country.
Slipper day in' IvTetherlands is tha one
day in ithe "year, in which the IHitch
women claims superiority over, her
husband. JOn that day she rules him
to her heart's content; and b.e general
ly obeys ' good humorediy."
' , i '
BASIWUL WIDOUICU.
DearMiBs Libbey: .', . y 3 5'; ; . ' "
I would' like your opinion on the fol
lowing! I am a widower of forty-three
and childless. . 'I have been beauing
about a young woman of thirty for
the past few months. She is jolly and
good company I -Was thinking serious
ly of proposing marriage-until the fol
lowing took place; . I had accompanied
her - t-ai -an affair at the home of a.
friend. Iiring the evenirrg an acquan
tance. remarked to . her, "Do- you go
in for women's, rights, Miss, R. ?v "No"
she answered I'm going in for wo
man's . lefts." "What's, that?" every
body asked. s -Her., answer- took my
breath away- , She replied, "Widower.'
Was-.- that not an ansult to me! .1 We
-never spoke as I escorted her home,
nor ey en when I left her at her1 door.
Was X in the right or was I wrong?
. - J j: r". ALBERT H. C.
- N'o .doubt the- young woman, intended
to be very witty, without realizing she
might, omena you. overlook it. I am
sure she will be more careful in fu.
ture.'. - - ' ; '
REPRINTINQ LETTERS.
Iear Miss Libbey: -, - i
Will you kindly reprint betters that
appeared in your column under date
of December- 28?- My ' paper reached
me, torn and I pannot secure a -copy.
, MISS HARRIET I.
I am very sorry we cannot reprint
letters. The space is needed for so
Irrany letters that are being constantly
received and which our readers are
Kire that threatened to destroy the
town of Edensburg, Pa., was checked
b-v- the use oi dyna-i2te after thirteen
buildings had been destroyed at a loss
v $200,000.
While trying to keep order" among
00 women at a bargain sale in Tren
ton, Lawrence Clerk, special police
man, received several broken ribs and
Internal injuries. ,' s ..
IHTEIJO
patiently and expectantly ' waiting re
plies to. ; . p -
A ONE-TIME ADMIRER.
"Time found onr tired love sleeping.
And kissed away his breath;- ..
But what-should we do weeping,
'Though light love sleep to death?
We have drained his lips at leisure.
Till there's not left to drain, ;
iA single sob of pleasure, . m
A- single pulse of pain,"
Because a man may, fancy a girl at
one time it does not follow that his re
gard f for her will be lasting. He may
talk love ardently to her 'write it in
letters a. year or more.' But that is
not ! proof that bis ardor will not cool.
Long after a man has forgotten one or
these love " episodes in his life the girl
in the : case will remember and;- eling
fondly -to the "belief that he still thinks
of herj no matter ,where he inay be', j.
The heart of , , man is changeable.
When his interest in & particular wo
man dies out, that Is the end of it,: so
afr as he Is -concerned. In his arduous
pursuit of,a;new love he has no. time
to fritter-, away fin, day dreaming .over
the past. In thecourse of events, he
may Behrought, in after years, face to
f ace : with the girl whose personality
once so appealed to him; But , he can
clasp her hand once more and look into
her eyes without experiencing.' one ex
travagant heart (throb. .-. "
Not so . a woman. : The mention :ef
her one-time admirer's name thrills
her being. The memory is sweet to
her. She deludes herself into believing
that she sees - the old-time brightness
In him:1 notes the old-time tenderness
when he speaks her name. She may
not have- cared over much, for him at
first,, -but time - has mellowed her " oh
jections. Her appreciation of him now
dominates. .... To 'tell her that her one
time admirer- had lost all interest in
her would- be to ' destroy one of the
tehdlerest Illusions of her girlhood.
Even though she Js wedded to another.
she likes to believe her one-time ad
mirer ; regrets losing her. Her first
question, if they meet is : ' " "Are f you
still -single r-f If he answers "No!"
she is consumed with curiousity to be
hold the woman who has had the pow--er
to win him, to know if he 1 has told
her of his: early love affair, and it -the
wife is imbued 'with as deep an inters
est to see her. Women of practical
sound ; sense cast aside , these early,
youthful fancies, - knowing them to be
like frail castles in the air tumbled
down years ago. She knows that it is
simply because her one-time admirer
has not happened to come across , the
one woman in the world who- awak
ened a responsive chord in his heart
that J he has remained single, if he is
unwedded. i Her husband looks - com
placently on at the meetings of - his
wife and; the one-time admirer. Jeal
ous? "Not a bit of it. He knows: the'
heart of. a-man too well; when he re
signed her to single blessedness or to
another, he' was Indifferent to her. 'He
found ithe happiness the other; time
admirer lost. - ..f
Fourteen French generals of brigade
were transferred to the reserve list by
General Joffre, in addition to the nine
transferred Wednesday. Younger men
will till the vacancies.
": Seated before a mirror in the home
of her foster parents. Mr. and M-.
George E. Jackson, South Orange, , N.
J., 15-year-old Edna - Robinson shot
and killed herself.
Clothes
TODAY'S POEM
AN. ISLAfJD.
My dream is of an island place ' ,
ir Which distant 'seas keep . lonely,
A little Island on whose face -
The stars are watchers only;
Those bright still stars! they neetd not
seem
Brighter or stiller in my dream.
An island full of hills and dells.
All rumpled -and uneven
With green recesses, sudden swells,"
And odorous valleys driven; -'
So deep and Straight that- always
there . .'v
The wind is cradled to soft air.
Hills running up to heaven for light
Through woods that half-way ran
As if the wild earth mimicked right
The wider heart of man; -
Only it shall be greener far
And gladder, than, hearts ever, are..-
The place is all awave with trees.
Limes, myrtles purple-headed,
Acacias having drunk the lees
Of the night-dew, faint-headed,
And wan gray 1 olive-woods. . which.
seem
The fittest foliage -for a dream.
Nor think each arched tree with each
Too closely interlaces :
To admit . of vistas out of reach, E
' And broad moon-lighted places
Upon whose sward the antlered deer,
May view their (double image -clear.
' Elizabeth Barrett, Browning.
g CORNER FOB, GOOKS
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. Cream of Barley. !"
. .Fry two sliced onions and one slic
. ea carrott and , two turnips : and a
piece of celery- in butter, then add'
one quart" of milk, six peppercorns
and cook quite 'gently for three and
one-half hours in a ' double milk
saucepan; - add . two ounces of pearl
barley, salt, pepper and sugar to
taste, and simmer until the barley is
sort. Just before serving add one
gill of cream. If the soup is too
thick dilute with milk.
Ueef ea Casserole."
, Soak a. pint of lima beans over
night. Then cut a pound of beef into
inch cubes, brown with sliced . onions
in three tablespoonf uls of fat, stir in
two, tablespoonf uls ' flour, salt and
pepper. Place in - casserole a layer of
beans, one of meat, one of tomatoes.
and so on. Cover with boiling wa
ter and . boil in slow oven for three
hours. . . ;
Cauliflower, American Style.
Pluck off the outside leaves ' and
soak in. cold salted water, top own
ward, for an hour,' to cleanse it thor
oughly... Then-tie it in a twine bag-
to prevent breaking, and cook in salt
ed water for about twenty minutes,
Or until quite tender. If it is not
boiled in a bag remove the scum be
fore it settles on the cauliflower.
Serve in a shallow dish and cover it
with a cream, of hollandaise sauce.
or add a little grated cheese; cove
with cracker . crumbs, moistened m
melted butter, and bake ; until the
crumbs are done brown.
The British Amateur Golf Associa
tion announced the cancellation of the
golf championship contests for 1915,
The Boston & Worcester Street Rail
way Co.'s barn at w-eetboro, Mass
was destroyed by fire at a loss of
$100,000.
Let Us Refill Your Fern Dish
JOHN RECK & SON
WON'T OPERATE
LORDSHIP LINE
Trustees lief use Application
and Promoters Must Build
' ' Own Line. ';'..
- The Connecticut Company is not to
operate the new line" which, is to run
from Holllster. avenue in the city of
Bridgeport to Lordship Park. It was
learned today that - though an ; ar
rangement has 'been sought by the
Stratford- real-estate operators, " to
have the company operate: the line
after its completionnext Btimmer; the
matter! When placed, before the trus
tees of s that company, appointed by
the courts to :. effect a severance of
the traction- lines from the New. Ha
ven , railroad dominion, was ; turned
down. ' ' :'.-i, t -
! The' Lordship Park: promoters still
plans to build the strip of track:, a dis
tance of s2.7 miles (between Hollister
avenue- , and . their casino, and will
have to erect a power house or: get
current from the United Illuminating
company. A five cent f are will be-J
charged with no transfer, should this
plan be carried into operation, for
the i Connecticut Company.' ' will
not permit the : Joinings of tracks
lest -the Public Utilities Commis
sion force a right of way. over the
Connecticut company's lines, as in the
case - of the Bridgeport & Dan bury
line to Long ITill. ! , ;
Engineers of the Connecticut ' com
pany 1 who recently have looked into
the situation, are said t6 have, re
ported to .the trustees that the busi
ness from Lordship Park, at this time
and for some years would not-warrant
the operation of the line 'by the Con
necticut company, r, It was upon this
report, it is said "upon reliable in
formation that the trustees at their
recent meeting refused to aeceoa to
the request of the: Lordship Park of
ficers. .
SHIP BILL, AFTER
BIG DEBATE, GOES
TO A CONFERENCE
Washington, Feb. 1. The Senate to
day began consideration of the,, ap
propriation bills, the government ship
purchase bill " having , gone $o- confer
ence there to remain until Feb. 27. f.
In the meantime" In j, accordance with
the agreement between Senate Dem-
ocratic leaders , and the Republicans,
the toig supply, bills are to be taken
up and pressed to passage in order to
avoid an extra session . or congress.
The first of the appropriation bills to
come up today was the legislative, ex
ecutive tend Judicial bill. ' The Repub
licans i give, assurance that they will
not ..lubuster ' against vthe approprla-
tion bills. - - - .'.
Formal notice went to the House to-
ay from the Senate of its action in dis
agreeing to the amended ship purchase
bill and , asking for, the appointment
of conferees on the tnart of the House.
Senate conferees - already . have been
appointed. ' .
In the event that the shipping hill
when1- it emerges, from conference !! on
Feb. ' 27 T to . still '-unsatisfactory to ; the
Republicans, ! they .. probably will . ; rer
new- their filibuster and Lkill the meas
ure. . ' ' '.N' '!"-'.'-
Next Mlonday, : which is ; Washing
ton's birthday, members of the Pe
quonnock Yacht club will observe the
tenth anniversary . of the organiza
tion of . the club in the ' club house
at the -foot of California street.
There will be a reception from 3 to 7
p. m. and an ' entertainment . : and
luncheon from 7 to 12 p. m. '
&VMH UOULD
1 " "
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, Lydxa EL Pmkham's Vegeta
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i . Iron ton,1 Ohio. " I am enjoying bet
ter health now than I have for twelve
years. When i De
gan to take Lydia E.
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ble Compound I
could not sit up., -I
had female troubles
and . was very ner
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remedies a year and
I can do my work
and for the last eight
months I have
worked for other
omen, too. : -1 cannot praise Lydia E,
inkham-'a Vegetable Compound enough
)t I know I never would have been as
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JDangrliter Helped Also.
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2hool and was a nervous wreck, and
ould not sleep- nights. ' liiQW she looks
o healthy that even the doctor speaks
f it. You can publish this letter if you
ke." Mrs. B&na Bowman, 161 S. 10th
jiareet, ironton, Ohio.
Why; will women continue to suffer
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EVERY MATf SHOTJXD KNOW
GOLDEN'S, at 17 FAIRFIELD AVE
NTIE, are showing a very clever array
of MEN'S CLOTH TOP WALKING
SHOES; not the gaudy effect that goes
with the first thought of the Fancy
Top Shoe, but the finest and well made
men's shoes in the LATEST SHAPES
that are worn by the most CONSER
VATIVE of well dressed men, proper
for all occasions. All sizes, all widths.
Every pair guaranteed. All one price
$2.95, no more,, no less, are now be
ing sold at their fifteen CI 5) NewTork
Stores, and at 17 FAIRFIELD AVE
NUE. Adv.
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THUES., FRI., SAT.
LEW
IN" THE MVE-PART COMEDY
'Old Dutch?
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' - ' "WITH RURAL comeutt
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OTHER BIG ACTS
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: MINSTREL. FOUR
One of Vaudeville's Most Popular
Singing Acts 1
A Real Treat of Melody and Mlrtn
THE FOUR BARDS
The Cleverest Acrobatic Act the
"" World Has Ever Seen
An ExWbition That WiU Thrill
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15 Minutes of Odd Entertainment
in the Singing and Dsutng Line
lieautifnl Costume Changes
. .' , Gorgeoas Scenery
' MARDci & HUNTER
Presenting -,
r ;, ."The Crazy Recruit .-
AERIAIj CROM WELLS ' ,
You (Can't Afford to Miss lliis
It's "Some Act"
"HOGAK'S ROMAJNTCE UPSET"
Yes! ' It's ft Keystone Comedy ,:
' ' r "THE VIGIL" 1
Two Reels of Intensity ' i
-';- -"THE STAR BOARDER" ..
. . " ' . -. ' More..Eon -, '
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COMINa
TOME
for ,
Dentistry
Put your fears in the back
ground and make just one visit to
my office and I will convince you
that ' dentistry, as" I practice it,, is
painless. .Absolutely ' painless
Don't be .sceptical Let me prove
it. ' -. - .;7..-".
Times Are Hard and I Have Out
My Prices to Meet these Condition.
I realize that just now money is
scarce and that many of us have to
make a dollar go a long , ways and
it is just such times as these that
you must appreciate what values
I am giving in -High Grade dentai
service. No where else can you
obtain the- same quality dentistry
as I give for double the fees i
charge and . remember my methods
are absolutely painless. ..
t Paln-
Extract-ing-
ITce. ,
Best Set Teeth
Gold Fillings .... $2 up
Gold Crowns 4.50
TVw;la,lT Crowns $4.50
Bridge Work $4.50
No charge for ; consultation V
9 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Sundays by Appointment
DR. H. E. ADAMS
.15 FAIRFIELD AVENUE '
'PHONE 4573
Sagal Bnflding,' Below Plaza. Thea
tre, Opposite Atlantic Hotel
Dental Nurse in Attendance
Take Elevator ; .
STATE OF CONNECTICUT,
DISTRICT OF BRIDGEPORT, ss.,
PROBATE COURT. .
February 19, 1915.
: Estate of Charles M, Bliss, late of
Bridgeport in . said district, deceas
ed. ;-:
Upon application praying that ad
ministration be granted on said es
tate represented intestate as per said
application on file more fully appears,
it is , - -
Ordered, - that said application be
heard and determined at the. Probate
Office in Bridgeport in said district,
on the 2 6th day of February, A. D.
1915 at 9 o'clock in the forenoon; and
that notice thereof be given to all
persons known to be interested in said
estate to. appear, if they see cause, at
said time and place, and be heard
thereon, by publishing once in some
newspaper having a circulation in said
district, a copy of this order at least
5 days before said day of hearing, and
that return of notice given be made
to this court.
Attest,
PAUL L. MILLER,
a Judge.
Three of the mine workers injured
in the explosion in the Midvale col
liery, near "Wilkes-Barre, Pa., died,
making the number of fatalities 12.
The House passed a bill authorizing
American registry for vessels salved in
American -waters.
Let Us Refill Your Fern Dish
JOHN RECK & SON
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The -play is entertaining-, and carries interest to the final curtain.
"Herald." . .
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UOIJE BHESSED
So much of the cold storage va
riety on the market Just now
that we know yon 11 appreciate
our fretah killed fowl, " even
though the price is a bit bigtaxr
F. Vi. BE0RENS, JR.
162 FAIRFIELD AVE.
'. "telephone 781, j
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OUR TOWEL SERVICE ?
It consists of a cab
inet, : soap, brush,
and comb placed in
yemr store, shop ,or ' '
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COMPANY
Fairfield Av. & Courtland St.
, PHONE 4320
STATE OF CONNECTICUT, : t
DISTRICT OF BRIDGEPORT, BS
PROBATE COURT, r . s
January 20th, ,1915. '
Estate of Mary P. Kelly, late of the
town of - Bridgeport in said district,
deceased. 1 .
-The Court of Probate for the -Dis
trict of Bridgeport, hath limited and
allowed six months from the date
hereof for creditors .of said-estate to
exhibit their claims for settlement.
T)mHA whn neerlect to nresent their ac
counts, properly attested, within said
time, will be debarred a recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make lmmmedtate payment
to .: 4
JAMES B. KELLT, :
.-"'' . -Executor.-.
1298 East Main St. r x -
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dition to those you receive with
your purchase.
EL NADEL -. '
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and Shoes. ' - - -1
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TO "WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Application having been made by
Arming J. Smith of this district for
change of name of steam paddle
"John Sylvester" and the full re
quirements of the law having been
complied with, the Commissioner
of Navigation, under data of Feb
ruary 12, 1915; has authorized tha
change of name of said steam pad
dle "John Sylvester" to that
"Starlight. James L. McGovern,
Collector of Customs, District No.
-6. Bridgeport, Conn., Feb. 15. f -r ".,
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