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THE FARMER : FEBRUARY 25, 1915
fen fmmswMM HUMAN INTEREST NOTES FOUND IN. THE LATEST WAR BULLETINS War CosCs Trent 11,S07' Men Rome, Feb. 25 An uncensored de tpatch ' from Vienna." announces . that 11,307 citizens of Trent have- been Irounded in the wac, 8J24 ,have been killed or are musing and 700 are prisoners. This represents 6 per cent. f the entire " population and "111-2 per -cent, of the,, mala population.. ' The - figures seem to. .confirm ... the report thait Austria ip .. bent , on de-, populating-the Italian provinces. r - Britons XJrge Alcohol Ban -- London, . Feb. - 25- An- -appeal aj -Feady--signed by fifty . leading- reli gions," literary' and .medical r men" of the -country,' urging ' Great Britain, : in the cause . of .'national efficiency, ' to Imitate the example of ?,Russia' and Franc and suppress the", sale of al coholic drinks during the war is 'be ing circulated throughout the king--Hom. .-. . i , ,:. - Big German Gun Explodes ; Geneva, Feb. 25 One of the larg est and newest of the heavy German suns, which was being used in the bombardment of a position . of wthe Allies near Thann, Alsace,, exploded today. . , ; ' ...... One officer-- and five gunners,' were Sailed. . " ... German Papers' Suspend '.. Amsterdam, '- Feb. 2 5 r-Figuies com piled by the Postal r authorities show Ithat 'since' the r beginning of- the' war iS64 V German newspapers ,- have sus pended - publication. ..' ( . f Crown --. Prince ( Reported Dead ? Geneva, ; Feb.' 2 5-7-For the third' (time since ,the. outbreak, of the war rumors,1 of -the Crown Prince's death ara current in "Germany. One letter, (from ' Berlin says the Crown Prince Idled at the end of December and the bourt is in mourning. :, Significance is attached to the fact ithat -his name has not ' been mention led .in the official news for a long (timet..: : . v.,.' .-r May: Seize Potatoes" i 'i Berlin,. Feb. 25 The agitation to "have the Government take over the teupply of potatoes in Germany ' re ceived farther impetus today from an GERMAN CLAIMS OF BIG VICTORY CALLED UNTRUE . Petrograd, Feb.- 25"-The . general staff of the Russian army . has issued a statement concerning the recent-occurrences in Russian Poland and the German ' claims to sweeping victory which reads- as follows: ,. "Official announcements, given but In Berlin to the effect that the Tenth iff 't A- ' n Z M i m -1 k 'U w i4 m (1-1 m & t ' . f V rl '19 ' 1 1 dcu i 1-5 ' . - - . I -S ' "- C-H CC1 "The Six With the 3 I J -: 4$Li J Ilarvelous Motor" g E 5! J Such, Extraordinary Value? 22 . JNo other car loc3. The famous Chandler Light Weight Six at the new price is the top-value, low- price ear by such long, odds that there are no possi- ble comparisons.' - ' - In the' excellence of its marvelous' six-cylinder T-? motor, in workmanship and finish . throughout the whole car, in every item of design, construction and equipinent it leads all sixes "under the $2000 niark. m ' Two yetxr a at $1785, and again last year at p. $1595, the Chandler was a positive sensation. - And sf here it is now for $1295. The discriminating pur K chaser cannot overlook such value as the Chandler z. -- oners. , , u Every Fcnfcrc That Ha Made The, Chancier iamous Is Retained ; .'You will find all these features on the Chandler and not on any other Six selling for less than $2000. ft 'Gray & Davis Electric Starting Gray & Davis Electric Generator i--i ii;nciosea bucnt cnaioa ior anv- tjl motor snaits -. Bosch Spark Plnss s-- MAvn GcTiuine IVferrMiA Tvm Radiator Cast Aluminum Motor Base ex ,. tending, solidly from frame to '' frame, giving rigidity to en-,- ftine i mounting; providing . pedestals cast integral for magneto, pump, rid generator; and obviating necessity for dirty, rattly sheet metal drip 1 3 t-f7 U pan. Kayfleld Carburetor ' -" And the marvelous Chandler Motor built in our own factory. - . Five and Seven-Passenger Bodies, $1295 - , r ;You cannot afFord to pay more than. $1000 for ' , . an automobile -without seeingg the Chandler 11 11 WEST END AUTO & CARRIAGE CO. ! ELTl STREET .GARAGE , 184-190 ELM STREET V ttht.' sann I articles-written by ' Dr. Kuoynski,- di rector of: the Schoenberg Statistical Bureau, in the Tagebla-tt. - "Dr." Kucynski says .that If the ad vioe given to each person to increase his potato consumption ' 400 . grams daily were i obeyed, the present sup ply . of -potatoes -would not last more than four, months, even . though the grain supply would be conserved. Ex propriation' is the- only. way. he sees to. .maintain equable consumption. Socialists, in. iBerlin have declared themselves in favor, of the expropria tion . of - potatoes, .but the Vice-President' of- the -Prussian Ministry .of State hapr asserted that such a. plan oould "not" be r carried ' out."' ' . . Bread Strike in Naples . -Naples, Feb. 25 A general strike was-proclaimed today by the Social ists" in order to obtain a reduction the price of bread from ten cents tl seven cents per kilo (2.20 pounds.) Over 10,000 of the strikers paraded through the streets of the: city and then, proceeded, to the City Hall to urge their claims. . ' Large forces of troops and police were called out to ' prevent disorder. 7 , Work For Prisoners Berlin, Feb. 25 The Government has reported, to the budget commis sion that between 50,000 and -60,000 acres, of moorland are ready for re clamation work to be - done by pris oners of war. ' i - - ' . 1 Barracks ., have already been . erect ed on this land and i from 15,000 to 20,000 - men are to be employed at -the task. 1 .., Bread Blots ' in Prussia , Amsterdam, ,"Feb. . . 2 5 Reports " re ceived here "today say ; that a -large-number ' of ' women ' and children stormed the shops in Madgeburg, Prussia, yesterday, because they were unable to get bread,' even though they held tickets. The' police made several- arrests and finally stopped the rioting, which started when officials in charge, of distribution announced that the sup ply .was exhausted, temporarily and that those n,ot served would have to wait.-' . ..'..,, ,v . Riots similar to 'this . occurred In several Prussian towns, according - to i the. despatches. . , Russian army has suffered a severe loss - are absolutely not correct. i The German, declaration that the army was completely annihilated can be categorically denied. I. ,. . !'As a matter of fact the compon ent parts of two of 'our corps,, the 20th and another,. finding themselves in : an untenable and dangerous situ ation, as we already have announced, withdrew from their positions at Wir ballen, Russian 'Poland, with heavy losses.-,- 1 .. .. ' i ? . - "As - to our other ..corps,", these troops after having foiled an attempt of the enemy to surround them, are holding positions ". allotted to them and for several days past they have been--"engaging the enemy. . . ' Along this entire front our armies are ful filling successfully the duties assign ed, them. -., . , ' ' : ' ' g,m ..." : r . S3 Worm-Bevel Rear Axle ' Imported Annular Ball Bearings throughout Oiling System completely con- tainert within the motor; no outside piping Genuine Hand Buffed Leather (not machine bulled, split or . imitation) . Tjnzurious Stream Line liody with clean running boards Golde Patent One-Man Top, with"" Jiffy Curtains - Ijarg-e Gasoline Tank carried In -rear ' I'rf'St OTTO nATnnnntoKla i t All the usual Incidental equip ment i - ! !Ilf '( hi H E q ACV tCtW1" ,-7 m2f X"W ra s rW-U. kyM 1 h I I 1 , We say 'COMPELS" because that is precisely what we mean. Because there are larger quantities than usual. Because we will be compelled to turn pur entire rear section of our, main floor over; to the builders so;we must make drastic price reductions. - But please remember one thing, namely, there will be no further reductions in any event on 'Embroideries, Laces, etc. All Embroideries and Strips are GROUPED FOR QUICK AND CONVENIENT, SELECTIONS IN THIS ANNUAL EMBROIDERY S ALE Regular 50c Swiss Flounqings, 27 inches wide, j Several patterns to select 2BC YI irom FORMERLY LABOR WERE BEAR TRACKS SAYS TVOEKPERTS And Now , Redding Folks n Are Nervously On Watch. Fop ' , the Critter. " Som6V of the " Young Folks More Intent on Caterpillars Than Bears Personal ' - Tax Problems. . Redding, Feb. 25 When the folks now taJce the-ir -walks" aibroad in the lower park of the town - adjacent to tha Jump Hill district of Eturton they go warily and somewhat in a. spirit of adventure, This state of nerv ous apprehension comes f from what they believe to be th danger of run ning across a bear, . the large black bear which young Aleck McCollam saw from his bedroom window one night recently, ' ; Th light from- thej window below shewed only indistinct ly -:the outlines of the critter, but to tne boy.jt-ney strongly, suggested a. bear, as the animal moved across the door yard -v and . faded into the darkness. ' Not wishing to give what might prove to be a. false alarm he said nothing about" the incident until the next morning. . Then Hugh Me Collam, his - father, "., looked over the lawn and i found clear, bear-like tracks deeply imprinted in the' soft soil. In Mr. McColIom's opinion the marks ;were . bear' tracks ' beyond a doubt and he ought to; know as . he has trailed and shot bears in Canada. J?ercival, Nash, a neighbor, was call ed to the scene to pass, judgment on the case and fully agreed - with Mr. McCollam. f As ' Mr. Nash, has also been a bear .hunter in former days his opinion . on tlie subject may also be ' classed as an expert one. No one has sine seen the bear, .'but this is not strange as the country affords plenty, of wooded , and' unfreq.uented spots where it' could remain ini hid ing. What is " believed, however, to be corroborative evidence of its pres ence in the -locality .has; been sfound in a field" on the Green.: farm to . the north where the partly . devoured car cass of a horse1 was dragged several rods from . its former resting place. Dogs could riot nave moved the mass which weighed 300 or; 400' pounds. It will toe recalled that a.' strange ani mal which u the. . observers took, for a bear was seen .on the - Sunset Hill about Christmas time. This and the McCollam bear, assuming both to be the real thing and not merely con jectural, may have been the same When Collector Duncan: asks the selectmen,. ' at . their meeting next week; for instructions regarding the prosecution of . delinquents in the matter of. paying the personal tax he will probably have to . be content with generalities, the same indicat ing a .disposition to dodge the ' issue. As a matter of fact the officials while strongly desirous of collecting the tax, are ' averse to taking extreme meas ures. The well to do may be re lied upon to pay some j time and it seems little short of cruelty to send to jail or pla.de . the added ..burden of a fine and . costs,, upon - the other class those who are only half a lap ahead of destitution , or perhaps in destitution's grip. In . regard to the poll tax, which the personal tax has superseded, . the law-and the officials were, more . considerate. Exemption from payment was granted the indi gent and the infirm to) the extent and ten per cent, of -the voting list and the assessors and board of relief met in joint conclave to designate those who should have exemption. .Some times a considerable property ' owner was exempted .because of poor, health, apparently on the queer principle that he should not be required to pay un-; less, he .earned the tax by his own labor. Under the old system, how ever, the town was a loser only by what it did not collect, such poll taxes as were collected going to the town treasury. The personal tax, however, goes to the state and the town must make good for every name on the-list. The subject of the per sonal tax can of course ask the se lectmen for abatement on the ground of inability to payl but in this town there have been few if any appeals of this kind, probably because those inclined to ask relief understand that the chances are against their ob taining it. - v Quoting the rule laid down, in a supreme court decision 'the select men would probably- answer such appeals . by saying that they were warranted in granting . abatements mly in cases where refusal was like "y to, make the applicant a town ' harge. :;' ' '. : - . . 1 Before passing upon the appeal of BIT' I P' . ' DE - GELMAN, CO., Commodore Luttgeh for a. reduction of his tax assessment valuation the board of relief will visit Sunset Hill and make an inspection of his prop erty. On the same trip . they are to look over the property of Senator Peck who is also an , applicant for relief as to land, buildings' and auto mobiles. ; At their session on Mon day the ;board, granted Charles Hln gle a reduction of $300 on land .and Mrs. Marietto Lyon a. reduction of the same' amount on buildings. These changes , conform ..to the -final valua tions fixed last year. : A reduction to $250 . from $400. ..was granted , the Bridgeport' Hydraulic Co. on the water, power site purchased from the Henry Sanford estate, 1 the former figure being the price -paid for the property. : .. ,"...; ' , .- .. ... Th officers and . directors of the Farm Bureau association are. -to hold anotner -meeting..- in- IN or walk . on March 9 to arrange . a. . , systematic plan fdr raising the funds required to finance the movement. ' Soon af ter that date a public meeting' will be held here in furtherance of the same object. At this meeting Director Grouse expects to have as the chief speaker , George Wright, the county agent of . the bureau, and there will probably be addresses by officers of the association, 'the -whole- giving--a complete ..presentatloan of the work the bureau purposes doing. . ' " . Under the stimulus of the prizes offered some ' of the public :. school children are making big records in the collection of . the nests of the tent caterpillar and by so- much lessening the output of the pests; at the hatch ing season. About - 6,000 nests rep resent the largest scores so far with several of the. competitors ma.king- a neck and neck' race of it. ' The nests, each -of which' contains several hun dred eggs,- are found attached to -the limbs of the trees oft narrow strips and as few trees' yield: as many as a dozen- nests ' the patience and activity required to search out and - remove several thousand ' of them . are appar ent, f Spraying at .the '.right stage of the hatching process is an effectual way of suppressing these, worms and the two power sprayers owned by the local ' Conservation . association will probabljr 'be in increased demand ; this spring; for1 that particular purpose. They .have formerly been, used, and Very effectively, against .the scale and coddling5 moth. Steps have already been taJcen by the ': summer, residents from "the cities for spraying the road side shadJ trees against the tent cat erpillar. -:. , '. l; '.;' : -:.-' . " While, conducting services at the Episcopal church last,. Friday; even ing 'Rev. Mr, Cunningham, the rector, was overcome with a. fainting spell from which he soon rallied. . He was able to officiate last Sunday, omitting the sermon. His indisposition is at tributed to " overwork , and . indigestion.- "'-' ' :,'":;'.':-'; ''.':;::. ; Selectman 'Zalmon : Read has . re moved from his farm , in the . Urhpa waug section to Georgetown. The house he vacated and which will soon be occupied by John Hawthorne, con of Julian Hawthorne, the , author, is about the only large sized domicile left in the, town- belonging to that particular, old fashioned type of which one roof,.- extending .-nearly to the ground, and a : huge chimney are features. . - Some fifty, years ago the farm , was - included in the tract of several hundred acres : owned by Smith. Gray, who conducted a jbig livery stable in . New Tork,. :' Subse quently it passed to the ownership pf the late ' Frederick-Olmstead, fath-. er .of Mrs. Read. , Mr. Olmstead was the first, to introduce Chicago dressed beef into New York city. .'.-,.-. , - J. Henry Duncan ; has, lately been troubled with an: affection- of the fa cial muscles which causes his jaws, to be firmly set, temporarily preventing speech or other use . of them. The trouble is of a nervous order, ..which also in his cpinion . caused the' recent impairment of his sight,, although the doctors thought the latter due,, to arsenical .poisoning. ... ;;" --,'- During Lent the Ijadies' Aid ; so ciety of the Episcopal- church, will: meet every Friday afternoon at the rectory and remain to attend service at the church in the evening. George Russell has -given up - the janitorship of .the Episcopal church in order to attend to his Sunday pa per route and Harley Nichols suc ceeds him in the position. The Sanford School basketball team went" to New-Milford on Monday and decisively defeated the Higli School team of that place. , . ' - George Williams, - George S. Banks and D. S. Sanford finished their ice harvesting last Saturday. ? Miss Emma Reid has been ill f or several weeks with stomach troubleT Lawyer Caleb A.r Burgess and his bride were visitors to town this week, Visitors to town this week, occupying the Burgess cottage at the Center. E' $16 Custom Suit Sale $t6 E ENDS . This Week,' Sat. Night ENDS 1 Iyford Bros. Two Stores T An Event THat Compels Drastic oi. itmoroideries YOUR STOBE '' MAIN. EL6-Al&DLE STRESTS INCENDIARY BLAZE BURNS STRATFORD BUILDING AND AUTO Early Morning Fire Causes v Damage of $2,000 Equip-'-' -- . - ment Destroyed. (Special to The" Farmer.) Stratford, Feb. 25. Fire that is be lieved to have, been the work of an incendiary,: destroyed .. the' carpenter shop ' owned by Herman Unsderf er- Of Avon street at 1 o'clock this morning. A Ford car was burned in the fire. The fire started shortly before 1 o'clock. . The - automobile chemical crew was summoned but when they arrived the blaze was too far advanc ed. The barn burned -to the grouv with the contents,-! which . included carpenters' equipment besides the au tomobile. ' No - other reason can be given by Chief Allen D. Judson, except that the place -was seti on fire by a firebug. No electric wiring is in the place. - The tolal loss is placed at $2,600. ' - - --The' Child's. Welfare league - will meet Tuesday evening, March 2, in the town hall, and according to mem bers one of the most interesting meet ings of the organization ever held will be arranged. , Dr. Florence A- Sher-: man, medical supervisor of schools in Bridgeport will talk on. "Duties of a School Nurse." Miss .Anna Cullen, of the "Visiting Nurse association, will address the meeting on "Duties of a Visiting ' .Nurse." "Herbert . Keeling, boy soprano of St. Paul's Episcopal church, - accompanied by Miss Louise Schneider .on the piano, will sing. Dr. William B. Cogswell will- preside at the meeting. J- ; ' - i . Ladies' Night will be observed this evening at the meeting of the . Cup. t club. ' An entertainment of a musical nature will be provided and refreshment "will be served. 1 The committee in charge .of the af fair consists-, of Harry Burfles, chair man; George" Wilson, Ario Walker, RosWell Bliss, Robert Brandt and Ed ward Spall. . ' The final accounting of the estate of BaryettetBradley has been filed in the probate court here. Personal proper ty is listed at ' $5,000,, which, allowing for expenses, is reduced . to $4,645.90 s Mrs. BxMsamunda Win ton, . who has been threatened .with pneumonia, has so far recovered : as-" to . toe . able" to be about again. -. . . ' .- . i. .. - RUSSIANS .CIiAIM SUOGESS 1: : .' IN , BATTLES AMONG CLOUDS. Geneva, ' Feb. 2 5 -Continued suc cesses " for the Russians in the Rus sians in the battles" which continue to rage furiously1 in the -Carpathians are described ; in .despatches to Swiss newspaper.: :. -The . ..Austro-German forces" are-said to-have lost the most. The Russians captured : at Grown! k a transport wagon with the regimental safe containing 5,000 crowns (20,000). The Russians claim to. have captured an 'advanced post, near Plaza and are showing great progress .at Zakalics. ; POINTS OF INTEREST. B. H. Dillon & Co., 1105 Main St., are showing all the latest shapes in straw, satin and silk hats at manu facturers prices. . , . Fish : Harbor blues, medium smelts. native flatfish, shore haddock, herring, salt mackerel, opened long clams and oysters, Long Island steamers, smoked finan haddie, .large blueflsh, butterfish, large bloater -mackerel, -Scotch salt herring, opened round clams, Lattie Necks, roe and Buck shad, green sal mon, . extra large smelts, cod . cheeks and tongues, .live lobsters, escallops, uncooked shrimp, etc.-. Meats: PJate corned beef, smoked shoulders, etc. Bridgeport Public Market and branch, State, Bank and- East - Main streets. Phones; Adv. ' ' - ; i Our Last Week in .the environment of rubber, only a few days more -and then we quit for good. We' have a lot of boots,, arc tics and raincoats yet to sell; "We have put the prices where nobody complains. It is just like giving sou venirs away prices are so very low at O'Neill's, 1211 . Main street, near Stratneld hotel. ,. - Automobiles, will be used in trans porting mail in Boston, instead of the electric cars of. the Boston Elevated now In use. CLEANEAST, BEST HAND SOAP Guaranteed not to, injure the skin. Instantly removes Stove Polish, Rust! Grease, Ink,,, Paint and Dirt. For th hand or clothing. Large can 10 cents. Manufactured by i Wm. R. Winn, 344 Stratford avenue 1138 AN AID TO HEALTH-PTJRE WATEH HIGHLAND SPRING WATEQ A healthful, invigorating drink -which Is absolutely imcontaminated lj impurities of any kind and. has passed the most rigid tests i Bottled Daily Delivered Daily. Highland Spring Water Go. , 'Phone 987 i 6 45 WARREN STREET .. .ja-j, r iTiiMmiirtlr,"'n'miffrfwrMirMrfi"ii,Ml'riiir Kia'jjrwiiirarf wm m 1 rimhWM'i'niiim'iritiiiiHiiTrn " mitt iir--f " i t i i nwHii'iriniiini n m , - ''"'-, ' '- '" ''' ' HALIBUT;. - Qq a pound SALMON. . , . . 1Q0 a pound GREEN SHRIMP -J Q q a pound 2 QUARTS ESCALLOPS FOR 6 lbs. FLATFISH pT., W.D.GOOK & SGI T ,523 eWater Street HARTFORD HOST TO FORMER MAYORS - AT AlljUJAL MEET Compensation Com. Bucking ham' Recommends More :m ' Constructive Work.' ' Hartford, Feb. 2 5 Hartford play ed host to sixteen members of the Mayors - Association of Connecticut, which held its quarterly; , meeting and dinner at the Hartford club yes terday. Senator Louis R. Cheney, ex-mayor of Hartford, president of the "association conducted the affairs of the meeting, following the lunch served at , 1 o'clock. ' '' ' Upon tha 'motion of Dr.' J. Milton Coburn, secretary of the association, resolutions on. the death , of Cyrus Beck with of New London,., who died in ; . November,. were "unanimously adopted., . ' ' : -'" The .: report " of ex-Mayor Edward T.': Buckingham of Bridgeport, chair man of the executive, committee was as follows: " -' ' '" ' The members of the executive committee of, the Mayors Association have been , giving 'considerable thought to the question of the value of this association and its future. It Seems to us that this, association should, mean more than simply an opportunity of meeting twice a year and saying "How are you," eating sornething and then "' saying "Good bye." . If this is practically all this organization amounts to, then the sooner w decide to quit, the better. Our meetings are only attended by -a few -and there is practically no inter est taken" in them. When questioned as -to why they do 'not attend, many of - the members say that they see no benefit to be gained by attending ex cept possibly a -good time and that they . are too busy to make any sacri fice for just' that purpose. -.This is th.e situation , as the executive com mittee sees it and we are "calling things by : .their right name and not attempting to fool you or ourselves. Now what is the solution to the prob lem? Have we enough loyalty : to be willing to work a little to increase the. , value of this organization, and make it of some value to the state and put it. on a par with other or ganizations of a similar chaaacter in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, etc. ? Your committee would recommend that a definite program for the an nual meeting . be planned and that a complete program of the meeting be mailed several weeks prior, to every member, urging the importance and necessity of their , presence.. We would also recommend that the. next meeting be held in .New. Haven or Bridgeport and commence hot -later than 1:30, the members getting their luncheon before that time so that we eductions Regular 59c Swiss Embroideries, 27 inches wide,' hundreds of exclusive patterns YD. . at . . . . . . . . ...... . . TO 1144 MAIN STItEIT can") start our ' business promptly at 1:80. ; We. would further recommend that a number of subjects be select ed by the, president and executive committee to. be discussed at that time, each subject being discussed for ten minutes formally by a member a.nd then thrown open to the meeting for fifteen or twenty minutes. We would recommend for consideration such subjects as" the following: Commission-form of government; health regulation in towns and cities; prob lem of good housing; uniform sys tem ' of '" safe-guarding, systematizing, simplifying, etc., town clerk'a rec ords. ' eastoi: - Mrs. F. S. Clark and Sunday school class sent out invitations to a Wash ington's birthday bible class party. On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. John- H. Candee opened their home and twenty of the young people took possession and thoroughly enjoyed the evening. The Hatchet Hunt, Trip to the White House, Cherry game. Log with, Hatchet Fortune Hunt, and. a Progressive Washington game was en joyed beside many other games during the evening. Two of.; the girls were dressed in - Colonial style and receiv ed the guests. The Dorcas Society of the Baptist church was delightfully entertained on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Ed ward A. Hawkins. The ladies sew ed, on aprons and carpet rags. They will hold, a, sale sometime in June.. At the regular meeting of Easton grange held on-Tuesday evening, the following program - was - presented : "Effects of the Old World War Upon American Trade," J. B. Hill; piano solo, Miss Hazel E. Sherwood; paper, "Some Interesting Facta About Pres ident "Wilson." Miss Marian Bradley; cornet solo, Leroy F. Wheeler. Miss Marion - Tyler is visiting her cousin. Miss Margaret Doty of Buf falo, who is now in Norwalk with relatives. The week night meeting of the Bap tist church will be -held on Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Eyerette. Albert Ellis has been ill for some time;. State Master J. Arthur Sherwood has been spending a few ' days in Hartford doing grange work. The British House -of Commons ap proved the plan for. a union of th financial and military resources of the allies as arranged at a conference in Paris. " ' THE PRETTIEST FACE . and the most beautiful hands are of tendisfigured by an unsightly wart. It can easily be removed in a few days without pain by using Cyrus Wart Remover. For sale only at The Cyrub Pharmacy, 418 FairSeiti Ave.