THE FARMER: FEBRUARY 22, 1915
1 to 11 p. m.
1 to 11 p. m.
WHERE EVERYBODY ,- GOES.
EXTRA FEATURES OF A BIG HOLIDAY ALL-STAR PROGRAMME
All On Account
oi A Title'
Two 'Mirthful Misses
Stone fk Alexis
in a Real Variety Oddity
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ManasC Poll will celebrate "Wash
ington's Birtfwiay toiay by, presenting1
tour complete shows. The j program
wili be contmonsf from' 1 , to li p. va.
.and mil imroducs many big f eaXurea
of the vaudeville ' and film . world. ;
( Betty N'afwen, the.tenowaed emo
tiAiiar actresa'-'of :tfie" Koyal Deilmark
theatre, makes her American debut in
the -'movies'' - at Poll's today, .in ',tA
Celetfrated Scandal..' " This photoplay
is in five parts and tells an interesting-story
of the evils arising from idle
gossip It is most adequately present
ed by a big company. " - - i
- Among ha.-, big-, features of the
vaude" pcogfam.. are-the: "Nine. Krazy
JCidx'?,'; juvenile entertainers offering
a very ' dainty musical comedy. Clev
er hoys and girls who can.smg and
(lanw's addition -to some Very fun
i" GfTfi3tiians,,i make this offering one
r.f the most attractive . of the -season.
The proclnctiort carries un .elaborate
Piynid investiture. .
-'" A -Rfeoia adifed feature of the va.u-
t'ovil! ' bill jvvm be ' George Randall
v'd Aia o-wt company, in the farce
bon-iedv.' ''All on Account of a Title
The playlet. xleals . hutnorouslyr with
t; 5 vift't to Arnprica of two impecu
nious noDiemen. .
-. Vvrssten -and: -Leon, r two dainty girl3,
v Mi .' ofi'er-the-latest- m songs, and
lone and AleSlsWiU present a very
vriciue" variety novelty. , -T-lBelle and.
T.'arry'. in new.songS attd danoes, and
l.Ca'iitrtft1 1 " -Brothers; and their famous
; iinine'-. -R-ond'ei'. J'Bobby," will .com
plete the bill,.,, . ' ' ;-
i In tlc!itionio "A Celebrated Scan
dal," ' there twlir ,be :other' . high-class
flr-t-run photo plays. 1
- With soch-'v'aiuJi'Viile program as
- . Fiuza. has underlined below that
i "juTar" "amusement - resort'- should seo
pme extraiOirdtwa.-vv''TSSinesS' the firT
Krf f of thee pretfenS -week. The Five
KoT.icat Kopff - just a plain. not. ,"ot
ni'-lodv and. mirth , from the start to
tile. finisJi 'with" Just enmig-h: .dancing
tU rsperaeel please Mi ft - morp mm
Tr'4-i-toed mojnbers '.of .tlie audience, will
01 cupy aii important spot.- There are
J6ur met idnd (dne. ..vom&ni. in..the act
r"-"cl there's no head -or .tail, to it, mere
ly a continuous round of merriment
tf-nt will rli. .aDprceiate i 'by- even th
iroit (Tfng of th'sm-soers.'
Fitzrrald & Ashton have' been
bookdi-..by-specjal, Arransemant with
t?-e booiiii. ofSees. at 4n : enormous
-Halary . l$r- their-type of ..act, which, is
j r jnizesji jyithosoi ' bo, rai Ya.ude
viHe as - one o the .brightest lights m
v riety-.Xino Ao,,tha duo is ' a - Woman,
very -eleven- oomednne, 1 while the
male member of 1 the- act Is an ex
cpustitej! ptE.insi-, -Besween them- -tho
succeed In creating enouglr a'Jsmiratlon
-u&d-'-Uiuirtrtef t&'vH 'their- -audi tors to
1 icmit ma-" "BianiteT'that cansexl them, to
be sought after by managers through-1
out" the country.- , -,, --
"The Sunbeam"' Is the title of a de
Jisihtful singing extravaganza to be
presented by Eugene Emmett & Co.
Jt is a very odd act novelty construct
ed i and .-. cleverly; worked., out.- Just
ixsugh story to excite af vein of inter
est is , foun-d-and the - repertoire of
rajs chosen by these noted songbirds
display their beautiful voices to excel
lent advantage... . . .....
Edgar Berger lM billed as a contor
E&J V a III 4 r TTaTI fT.
itionist but h is more than that, for.
he .-can make you- laugh "'fill your sore
ana Just plain contortionists never do
that; .Edgar is a capital entertainer
and you'll like his offering. Fields &
Brown, last but not . least, will be
heard in comical songs and chatter.
Both are talented performers and have
a pleasing uct; ; - -. i ., S.S
Te Old Grafttr." and "A Glim'riHR of
the . San' tnego Exposition,' 'a" Key
stone comedy; "The . Still on Sunset
Mountain,":; in two reels, and " "The
Double. 3eceptioii', compose the bill. .
TIE UP FEDERAL
Chicago, Feb. 22. Grain brokers
engaged Jn business on the Chicago
troard of trade, have refused to sub
mit their books or records to- govern
ment -officials investigating the - high
prices of wheat and florr, it was learn
ed to-day. As a -result, it was !de-
clared the inquiry is at - a , standstill.
Charles , S. . .. Clayne,, - the , United
States district attorney, has reported
to Attorney General Gregory, . that .the
brokers, in declining to submit their
books, contended that they' are under
express- obligation not to divulge the
transactions . . of . customers. : -rThe
brokers asserted, it-was said, that the
same , immpnity from - disclosure ap
plies to their- relations to their cus
tomers as to the- relations between at
torney and client. r .-
The district attorney sought access
to the books ...of the . brokers to as
certain , whether , the price of wheat
was due .to ihe actual demand for
grain abroad or to speculation. In
addition, he is seeking to discover
whether there . is any conspiracy of
(he big operators to corner the wheat
Medical Examiner's Son !
To Share Practice
-'1 Dr. George Garlick, a son of Med
ical - Examiner Garlick and formerly
house surgeon at the Rhode Island
state hospital will soon commence
practice In Bridgeport sharing offices
In State street with his father.
HONOR FOR RABBI tEVX.
Dr:' David Levy, of the Park avenue
Temple, was made an honorary mem
ber' of Abraham "Lodge, No. 89, I. O
O. B., last 'night because of work he
has done for the 5 benefit of members
of" the Jewish race in Bridgeport. ;
1 'lie is the first honorary member
elected by the ; lodge, although it is
47 years old.- ' "
ERNEST THOMPSON SETOKT
' ' 'r QUITS AS BOX SCOUT HEAD
' ISIew: York,. Feb; 22.- Ernest
Thompson Seton, " author of books
dealing with .life , in the woods,, has
retired as , chief,, scout of the .. Boy
Scouts of America, according to an
announcement, published here to-day.
His, official connection with boy scouts
was severed at the last annual meet
ing, it is stated, which, was held in
Washington on Feb. 11.
Let Us Refill lour Fern Dish
JOHN RECK & SON
I Maxlne ,Br Bobby
I an Extraordinary Novelty .
ThTTTs -FriSat. : WILTON LAOKAYE in "The Children of the Ghetto.
No Inferior Place. V
"Did you select your son's ; college
for its curriculum, Mrs. Oomeup?"
"Of course we did. The boy's" always
been accustomed to tbe best kind of
a' , one when at borne." Baltimore
' A Cruel Comment '
'"You know, there Is an air' I heard
lately humming through my brain this
morning. . . .
"That's no' air. What you. hear, in
yonr' brains "are their wheels humming-"
-Never be influenced by external
appearance in forming .your judg-,
4 ment of a person's worth. This is
an important rule, for many a noble
'spirit is covered by habiliments of
poverty, while not infrequently a
showy exterior conceals a villain of
the basest kind. , t :
1 .. Not Too Early.
Father (sternly) Elizabeth, yon know
1 don't believe in early marriages.
Daughter (sweet eighteen, Joyfully) ;
Why, neither do Harold and I, daddy!
We've decided on high noon! Puck. .
Against His Will.
New Parson And what is yonr hus
band, Mrs. Brown? Mrs. Brown "Well,
llr, 'e ain't exactly a policeman, "but 'e
oes wi tu 1 'em a good deal. London
Tatler: - - -
, Your Own Fault,
Most of us are quick enough at see
ing what we have to put up wjtb from
thers,J Tout-we forget what others have
to put up with from us.- -
' Each day is 'the scholar ot yesterday.
i Leadership That Must Stand
H - Unchallenged
H The Chandler two years 'ago launched the era-
of light weight six-cylinder motor cars. It was the
pioneer of this field into which scores of other cars
g?J haye followed. Chandler has been the quality leader
Es3 and now, by long oddSj it is not only the quality lead-
The new price of $1295 for the new season estab
lishes a leadership unchallengd. And remember,
please, that this is identically the same successful
S model wMch sold' for $1595 last year. It is not cx-
service. Huridred? Hi
Every;:Featiir;e;' -.That"' Has Made ! the Chandler S
p - ' Z, -'a'Is'-'Betainedf:: ' 1
tf?S Yes, and. every degree 'of " fine workmanship and finish and every $1
E2! -degree of high " quality in-materials.., AH the following features of
6i5 design and construction are found on the Chandler, and not on any
other six-cylinder car selling for less than $2000. ' K
K-jr Bosch Magneto
2 Gray & Davis separate nnit
f electric starting and lighting,
pa ' system , . . , . . -. -;'
Enclosed saent chains f or driv
KS ing motor shafts
Worm bevel rear axle' ;
fti Bosch spark plugs
tii Maro geianlrie . jlexbedes tyPe
- radiator - ,. - -
Cast aluminum motor base ex
tending solidly from frame
to frame .,'
iS? Rayfield carburetor
Imported annular ball bearings
throughout , .. : . .
Five-passenger and Seven
m ..:..-::: -: ' .
1 WEST END AUTO
ELM STREET GARAGE
184-190 ELM STREET
. The Biggest Cracker.:
The kasabi"-'torta (we get our word
tart" from torta) of Hispanic-America
,4s the biggest regnlarly made cracker
on earth. It is made from the kasabi
root and lightly fired in , cakes about
thft size of a small parasol.
- A" cracker for a ' hat-such" indeed is
sometimes the tuse. made by the jLatin
peons of the kasabi torta when needing
a temporary sunshade (sombrero). The
torta - is always made bowl shaped so
it can be balanced on the head without
any particular effort and provided no
wind Interferes. Rain, however, .quick
ly soaks and collapses this remarkable
and useful edible headgear. London
" vFrvlt-and Seed., - -'. s
Every one who renjoys thinks - that
the principal thing to the tre4 is the
fruit, but in point of fact the principal
thing te It is the seed. . Herein lies the
difference between those who create
and those who enjoy. ... .
'V After Food-, .Not. Footwear.
English Waiter Nice-fillet of sole,
sir? Erther No. What else have you?
Waiter 'Ow -would you like some
stewed heels, sir? ; Diner Sole! . Heelsl
Say, is this a restaurant or a cobbler's
shop? Boston Transcript.-, - "
.:. V . - A Quiet Hint.
1 Brown I can't, see that It makes
any difference what one's name is.- I
would Just as soon 'my name- were
Brown as -anything else. . , Cissie So
would I. . Oh, I didn't mean that- I
mean .Exchange. ... - v
. Forestalled. :
; Prospective Tenant There isn't room
to these flats to : " .
. Janitor There's a fine, ' roomy eellal
In whici all tenants are permitted td
swing a cat by the tail. .Philadelphia
edeen . I ' ' ". . ' ' ?
"The Six With the
of these Chandlers are in 1?
-Genuine hand-boffed leather g
- (not machine buffed, split or
Luxurious stream-line body
Golde patent one-man .top, with
Jiffy curtains - .
Firestone demountable rims
Large gasoline tank carried in
- - rear - ;
Motor-driven horn, speedometer
and all the usual incidental
And the marvelous Chandler
' motor built in the - Chandler
- passenger Bodies, $1295
& CARRIAGE CO. 1
Labelle & Harry
Dainty Dancers Sweet Singers
1 is n - e fw r a 1 i
MOST POPULAR PIxAYHOtTSE
Monday. Ttiesday, Wednesday
5 KOMICAL KOPS 6
A. General Mixup of Melody, Mirth
and Dance. You'll Ijangh
' "l ill You're Sore.
Something Happening Every :
FTTZGERAIjD & ASHTON '
Vandeville's Cleverest Comedy
- Singing and Talking Offering
EUGENE EMMETT & CO.
'Presenting "The Sunbeam," a
. Beautiful Singing Bxtrava- ,
PTELDS & BROWN "
A Real Comedy Offering with a
liittle Song for a Chaser
. EDGAR BERGER ,
( The Boy Contortionist. "A Rnb
s be-?-Jointed" Wonder
"Ye OLD GRAFTER"
And "A Glance at the San Diego
!. : .... , Exposition," ' ; ''
A Keystone Comexly You'll. Ap-
predate. .- .
"THE STDLiIi ON SUNSET !
. . ; MOUNTAIN"
2 Reel Dramatic Story '
. "THE , , DOUBLE DECEPTION"
SICK BENEFIT SOCIETY
AN N U;A L B A L L
.. at Casino, State Street
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24TH
QUILTY'S SCHOOL OF DANCING
. - Colonial Ball Room .'
Classes for Advanced Pupil a In Hesita
tion, One Step I "o.x Trot
THURSDAY & FRIDAY. EVENINGS
Latest Advanced Steps and Figures
. i .Taught
THURSDAY EVENINGS, 35e
FRIDAY EVENINGS PRIVATE, 500
A. M. WOOSTER, Attorney-at-Law
- Late Examiner U. fet. -Patent Oflieo
1115 MAIN ST., , SECURITY BTjDG,
BRIDGEPORT, CONN. ' .
Send Postal for Booklet ' on Patents.
FOR SALIC -Three family house, lo
cated in the best section of the East
End: Well rented and - a good in-
vestment. D. R. Whitney, 1025
- ' Main St. . i B 19 s
FOR SALE The fine large two fam
ily house, corner, of William and
Putnam Sts. ' A splendid home , or
investment TX R. Whitney, 1025
, Main St. B 19 s
FOR SALE Eight room, house near-r
ly new, every convenience including
hot water heat and fire place, lo
cated in the . East end near the
Whiting Co. ; and- Birdsey-Somers
Co. factories. This is a bargain. D.
R. Whitney, 1025 Main St. .
B 19 a
FOR SALE. SO acre farm, 15 min
utes' walk Fall Village depotf price
$2,750. Pease Realty Oo., 1024
Main St. B17 f -
FOR SALE One large old fashioned
drum cole stove,-.suitable for halls
or stores at Royal Hotel, Bridge
port, Conn. U 1 tf
TO RENT Cottage above St. Vin
cent's . hospital; hen house and
barn; also small farm for sale or
i rent. J. H. Keenan, 123 Harmony
St. , B17 n
Feci Young Again
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They believe in gentleness, persisten
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LAX opens the bowels; their action
is gentle yet positive, never accom
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STORES, or will be sent direct upon
receipt of price. CURTS CHEMICAL
CO., 117 E. 24th St.. NEW YORK,
PRICE, 10c, 25c, 50o. One at night
makes you right.
Let Us Refill Your Fern Dish
JOHN RECK & SON
, , COMMENCING MONDAY MATINEE
FEB. 22ND..'-;. . ' MATIN EES DAILY
, V - PASHIONS PORKMOST FAVORITES
. THE C ALBURN STOCK CO. . (
v. Presents Grace George's Great Success
, "A WOMAU'S WAY" (
Week 'of March 1st The Funniest Play Ever Written "Baby Mine." .
SonvenirPhxXos Monday Night of Mr. John T. Dwyer. ,
i " ; j USUAL POPULAR PRICES.
Matinees., i . lOc, 20e, SOc ;
Mothers Week and Carnival of
: -v.... March
Keeney's Empire Tlieatxe
v' . , CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE : 1:15 TO 11 P. M. , -..
ADMISSION . . ...... - C . . . . - Children, 50 ; Adults, 10o
v THE HOME OF PARAMOUNT FEATURES-
PARAMOUNT FEATURE - LASKY COMPANY
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Jesse L. Lasky In Association with David Belasco Presents ' '
"THE WARRENS OF VIRGIinA"
A Pictureized Version of the Famous Play. Other Excellent Features
WU1 Also Be Shown.
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OUR TOWEL SERVICE?
It consists of a cab-
inet, soap, brush
and comb placed in
your store, shop or
office and i
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delivered to you on
' " certain days. En
roll your name for
our clean towel ser- v
v -:- vice today. . You'll
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523 Water Street
YOUR most pleasant re
coUection of Washington
: will Toe the delicious meals,
tions and refined environ
- ment you found at
TERMS (American .Plan)
Sinl Room - 3 par upward
Double Room, frw Public Bath, 96 to 8
par dar.S35toS50 per weak, for Two
Double Room mud Bath for Two .
$8 to 12 per das SO to $70 par -week
Plarlor.Bed; Room and Bath for Two. $12
: to 9iS per da; 70 to SlOO per week
' Harrinaton Mill. Proprietor
Summer Season, Sasanac Inn
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