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Lovers: of real: rnusic will find a. de lightful txa.t ;tnthf olfertog of '"The Bix Song .Birdal'vWhei!are featured in the excellent programme arranged for Poll's ; theatre, the last half of tlie week. . . p?-;. , Theset talented artist have, built . one of the- daintiest musical of ferings ., in. the , varieties, and every-, where.. has it ' been received with the warmest-accord.' . Each of the six is a talented soloist,.,and the . ensamble numbers are real delights. ' Featured- in the photoplay program Is "a five-part filmlzation of Israel SSangrwill's great success "Children of the "Ghetto.; This wonderful play has lot none of its merit in its plq turized form and is presented by, a most adequate oast. In the stellar role is no less a dramatic favorite than Wilton tiackeye, who has won International . fame in many parts. Fields "Brothers, who used to be featured with Primrose' ; and Dock etader, will be- seen in their . novelty da-hcing idea which has taken vaude ville by storm. Edna Lttby, a very si ever "artiste .and author and her own company, wHl be seen in her playlet,'" "Th Crucial Moment." The kit "is bright and sparkling with rarer (omedy and has: a J most surprising-Bllmax.-'- v " - -' Stuart -and" Donahue, old favorites hi the varieties,' will be seen in their newest ''nonsense "skit; 'and Bowers lund- Saunders, two very- clever misses. will- present - a -pleasing- song t-epertolre." ""'Antonio- and ' Soretti" Will be-seen, t for -the' first time in Ameri ca, in their European 'novelty. . - i' ' In addition to --"Children of - the Ghetto"""- there, "will -be other -photo Plays. - -- - - . - - LYRIC Indications are now that the Moth ers' Week celebration at the i.yric theatre; next-week will be the"" sen sation iof "the. "season in "Bridgeport theatrical-'-circles. Fond -'mothers vis iting" the' theatre' this" week are look-. Iftg with -longing"' eyes at the hand Borne' grand piano, one - of the . big prizes, in - the; baby contest pVesented . by ""Managers ' William - H. Isharn arid Prank Ij." Callahan,1 Which is n -exhibition in the " lobby of the' play house.' .Thef "piano is only one" of $1,000 worth '-of -prizes which' are to be, given"away 'to -the-1 fat -tlabies, pretty '"babies. robust -babies,- and Dther1, ilnds of babies entered in the baby show 'contest during the week of March-"first. ' f - "A" most appropriately named play has been- selected for "next week. The Calburn players headed by- Miss Su zanne Jackson and-Lowell Sherman, will -present the '"funniest play ever written," Margaret Mayo's side splitting" farce,. -'"Baby Mines." '-" The Btory ' -mi ght ' be fold here but that would be anticipating " and " spoil something-' nf the "surprise that the play has in store- for the Lyric thea t-re patrons." All classes will scream vth delight at the presentation of this -play. '' ."'j' " ' 1 ' " -v'v' ' ' This -week's" - attraction ' A - Wo man's fFay" continues , ' to . play, to paek& ."houses, and is proving to be one of the' big- successes of the year at the r theatre.' , ' , -." PLAZA t , - "With e ""Hallowe'en' Party," a tnerfy-jmusical comedietta with nine people-'in gala costumes, catchy song numbers, clever; --fascinating' dances and enough mirth injected to make it' delectable to' theatre-goers of all tastes, the Plaza's program for the latter'half of 'the week promises to be a really unusually attractive one from every viewpoint. "The Hallowe'en Party'" contains all the pleasing feat ures of" the big musical comedy pro duction boiled: down into thirty min-tites"- of'1 supreme entertainment - with pretty' girls galore and funny come dians 'doing their share toward mak ing1 you feel ,the;tmgerof real enjoy ment." " The 'costuming of the act is beautiful- and the scenic equipment pf enormous proportions. - ' AncJther .headline attraction in the Vaudeville world is Spissell Brothers & Mack, three men and a woman In one of the' funniest comedy knock-about acts imaginable. . .This trio is rnadfe up of thorough -bred' comedians end the act they present Is . just one . long roar from beginning to end, r.You',ll more than enjoy the . efforts of Davis & Walker in a neat, refined, yet coimcaL singing and dancing fan tasy that has many- marks, to. distin guish' itf. r.om ,the usual song , and dance skit. ;The Bolger. Brothers will present a- very .entertaining banjo act that, has received enthusiastic, recep Hons, everywhere. . . .-. ... ... ... . .. viJ. EJdQurds & -Co., in a singing and talking-skit that will surely come in for. some .appreciation,, compose the vaudeville numbers.. . .... r A. Keystone - comedy, .. ."Hearts. & Planets '' '-'lUother, Hudda," : in two reels- and-J'The Escort" will be shown on the."niovie" .bill. , ; i. . ..... , SOCIAL AND PERSONAL An" unusually fine program .of - music "ty' famous- -composers was given bo- ' fore , the members of the Wednesday VTusical' club yesterday afternoon. It Vras & members' -muslcale and the well balances 'program was due much- to h efforts of the leader, "Miss Jessie C. fTawIey. '.. " . . 1 ' ' ' - - The contributors to the program all proveel themselves worthy of the ex-pressio-ns' of appreciation which they flrew from the audience, i -The program: ' - ? Q Uartet, Ave Maria, Brahma, Mrs. Whittaker, M1S3 Pfau, Mp - Hall, Miss gpencer: piano, Mrs. WV H. Comley; orftan. Miss Bessie Harljw. ' Contralto' solo," E- 1st ' ge Kommon, Franz; Die Lorely,. LiS2it,."Mrs. Gifford liyler, accompanist. Miss Bessie Harlow-,..,,, . v ..... . ,. f". Piano ' solo Sonata Op. 25 Scherzo, Marche Funehre, Chopm, Mrs. .W. H. JComley - - .. : , -. .... Sopranoj solo, Le. Bonheur est chose jTegere.. Salnt-Saens, Mrs. Henry L. Jiishop i - violin - obligato. Miss Jean . etockwell: . accompanist, Mis Jennie M?""Eraret Hawley. . Piano solo. Nocturne, V sharp ma or, Chopin; La Campanella, Paga-jiinni,-Liszt(-. 'Miss Jennie Margaret iHawley... ' ' ' Contralto "solo. . Im. Herbst,' Franz, J.Iiss Nonna Weber, accompanist. Miss 21a wley. . ' ' , Violin ,solo, Introductlve et Rondo C'nprifceloso Camlle,.. Saint-Saena, Miss Uan fetpckwell accompanist, Mrs. K5i- iner,' Heard'aley. .". ... ' Quarter," "The Bonds 'Are - fallen, Lisft, (from the Legend of St." Kliza bethl; The Gypnies, Brahnvs. . . iX'Cs Refill Your Fern Dish JOHN RECK & SOX SAXON . TO ANGLO-SAXON: "WE'RE YOUR RELATIVES" 'London, Feb.. 25. According to an officer who writes from , a 'British trench in Flanders, this sign was posted by the Germans in a nearby trench: "W are Saxons; you are Anglo Saxons.; Keep ; your bullets for" the Prussians, who relietve us tonight.' - He says that immediately after posting this notice, the Saxons perch ed 'themselves on their trench tops, lit their , pipes, and enjoyed their easei. until a volley oyer- their heads sent them back to- their trenches. CREW OF TANKER, CAUGHT IN WAR, WIN LEGAL VICTORY London.- Feb. 25. The crew of the oiltanker Carpathian have just won a victory , at law against the owners of the. vessel who - tried to escape the payment of a bonus promised by the captain for. running, the gauntlet of German cruisers In the Atlantic. The -Carpathian was caught in a Texan port at the . outbreak of the war. Her crewof seven men' refused to. sail unless, paid risk money. - The captain agreed to give them a bonus of $60 each in addition to their wages. Rumors of German cruisers destroy ing commerce were then numerous. But the men accepted " the . risk an'd the- vessel sailed for Rotterdam with a cargo of oil. V - ' Although the ship was loaded with at 'dangerous cargo, which ,could be set -afire by a.-shell, the crew agreed, in view' ofi the bonus, to stick to the captain through thick , and thin, as they testified : in court. . The Journey was-safely made,: and at its end the skipper offered he men $6 each , in stead of $60. Thereupon tli ,- crew brought suit. "v . . : In court, the owners, the Petroleum Steamship Company, did not deny the allegatidns of the. men and fell back on the technical defense that under the merchant shipping act a seaman ia not entitled to wages further than those stipulated in the articles he has signed. ; , ENGLISH PRESS ASKS . .WHAT IS WRONG WITH THE BRITISH COLORS . Xiondon, Feb. 25. Following an ed itorial on . the humiliating , aspect of the Lusitania flag, incident' from 4he viewpoint -of British national pride the Dally Express, conservative in pol itics and Intensely British in policy, has asked its -readers, . "What is the matter with the Union Jack?" ' Among; "the' replies. Sir Robert Pur vis says: - '?' . . t .-:-'-""" .'";," r ' '' "For a ' British ' merchantman to hoist neutral colors to avoid capture by a German armed vessel is allow able if he thinks fit to do so. ' But for the' British government' solemnly to intimate to the mercantile marine on-a Sunday night like news of a stricken , battle to strike., the Union Jack, seems uncalled; for.', humiliat ing and indecent. ' . It is a step-down, and also gives occasion - to the en emy,; when we denounce his wars, to charge us with -hypocrisy of Mr. Peck siaif."-: .v '-:-;" v'; ; '';"..:, . V; ' 'Another Englishman" ; writes: ' ' "When X' read the other day of the German accusation against us. of au thorizing the' use of a neutral flag to protect our shipping, I at once called it another German lie. ' Imagine my horror, .then, to find such an action has taken place,, and under the au thority of our .Foreign- Office." ; .. CONSTANT USE OF .-. . BAYONET DISCREDITS 3 NEW WAR THEORIES London',' Kebl' 25. The '"hand of jiujitsu teachers and. fencing -masters whose offer of services-in the Instruc ting of ; jrecruits has . been refused by the War Office are evening scores by charging; that the Office does not real ize the important part the bayonet is playing" in .this war; on both -western and eastern fronts. '.They say the ar my heads, are "unable to overcome the prejudices ; against the bayonet in herited from .the experiences of the South African . campaign, and fall to read the new lessons of warfare. The bayonet was . first pronounced obsolete in . the Spanish-American War. in the few eases where fight ing was ... done - in the .Philippines at close quarters, the Americans used their guns' as clubs throwing ; away their bayonets as , a nuisance. -This was also the verdict of the British in the '' Boar ' ' War. ! In the ' Russo-Jap anese campaign, however, the bayonet returned to favor, with ' the result that the American Government re considered.' its intention to abolish the bayonet; and ' this arm was also re tained by the British. , Now come -the reports of the con stant use ; of the bayonet in trench warfare. .-' Quickness of thrust and parry, of f oot, i eye and decision are necessary iri this kind of fighting. But the drill ser geants the " jiujitsuist and fencing-masters complain, are' content to teach the old fashioned routine ex ercises, "". which . would avail 'little against skilled antagbnists ' or1 even against impromptu tactics vigorously pursued. ' i . The Sage workmen's compensation law amendment and appropriation bill was reported favorably by the . New York Assembly ways and mean .com mittee. .- :- '-' . RUB RHEUMATISM PAIN FROLTSORE, ACHING JOINTS v.. ;, , ;-,'-;':;:;,'; Rub pain away with a small trial bottle I. of old , "St, Jacob's Oil." What's Rheumatism? Pain only. , Stop dnigging! Not one case In fif ty requires, internal treatment. Rub soothing, penetrating "St. Jacob's Oil" directly - upon the "tender spot" and relief comes instantly. -"St. . Ja cob's Oil" is a harmless rheumatism and sciatica liniment, which never dis appoints and can not burn the skin. Limber up! Quit complaining! Get a small trial bottle from your drug- f 1st, and in just a moment you'll be ree from rhenatic and sciatio pain, soreness, stiffness and swelling.; Don't suffer! Relief awaits you - Old, honest "St. Jacob's Oil' has cured millions of rheumatism sufferers in the last half century, and is Just as goodfor sciati ca, neuralgia, lumbago, backache, sprains and swellings. Adv. Daily March 1st to Permits visitino; the Panama -California Exposition at San Diegro, (open every day during 1915) , and the Panama Pacific International Exposition at San Francisco, (open Feb. 20 to Dec 4) ; also, stopover at Denver, with free side trip to Colorado Spring? and stopover at Salt Lake City, if your ticket is routed , . Union Pacific Salt Lake Route Los Angeles Limited and Pacific Limited,' through daily trams, from Chicago to the very heart of Southern California. This great system carries dining cars on all. California trains, obviating the necessity of leaving train to eat. -v Insist on the Best It Costa No More To plan your trip intelligently, you should have booklet ut Issued, . "California and the Expositions, giving hotel n4 restaurant rates and all data necessary to inaitc up your luucrary economically. . is free all you have to do is write." t 1 - el 1 WILURD MISSEY. N. E. F. t P. L, 0. P. B. L. 178 Wasbiagton Stntt, Bntin, Htn. . M. KBKABANT, 6. E. gt. Salt Laks Bouts, 233 Brnfwqr, Niw York. if 1 . " '. ; ' r&n ii9 1 - - ;- 29 i IfESTlVAli Oi1 PPRIM EAliiS OX SATURDAY. Purim, the Feast of-Lota, is a half holiday -In the Jewish. ; calendar. ' . It is celebrated throughout the. Jewish World next Sunday, February 28. The synag-ogal service for this festival is limited to the reading of.. the Book -of Esther upon -which the story of the celebration takes , its origin.-' " Its les sons. are made the theme of - the pul pit on the preceding Sabhath. . Pu rim - commemorates .the victory T of Mordecai, the faithful Jew, over Ha inan, the grand vizier of the King AHasuerua, who gave his consent to his prime minister for the wholesale destruction of the, Jews . throughout his realm. , j-,,.- -.'v. . ,i,-'.; . . x.- Esther, the ward ofi Mordecai, had been elevated to the throne to succeed Vashti who had displeased the - King. The Jewish f maiden . was -m,ost beau tif ul in appearance and -character and it was -through her intervention and at the rislt of her own life, . that the wicked machinations of Hainan were disclosed and avertedand the lives, of the; Jews in the empire saved, the fa tal day having beenraet , aside by Ha- FIELDS BROTHERS, FORMER DANCING STARS OF MINSTRELSY. AT EOLI'S THEATRE TODAY - WV.V.-.V,:. .'.'?. sty I , 1 THE FARMER: FEBRUARY 25, 1915 1p 2 51 November JOth This book man by. casting lots. . ; Haman was de posed and executed and Mordecai el evated to the. high position in reward for his signal courage, and, interest in' the savins' of the King's' life. , ..The story of the Book of Esther reads like a novel and is viewed by some ; scholars as having little real historical' value. Its lessons, how ever, are typical of the checkered ex perience -of the Jews and the provi dential interference . in every hour of their; darkest, extremity. Thus has it been the- source of inspiration and hope to the. Jews for all those cen turies, . and is celebrated with, songs of praise and thanksgiving, and with the service of charity and helpfulness to those in need and in distress. , On Friday 1 evening at the Park avenue Temple,' Rabbi David Levy will deliver a sermon . upon "The les sons of Purim to our modern genera tion" to Which all are invited. On Sunday, morning the children of v Sab- patn scnooi will, nave a service m terspersed 'with ..songs and recitations. To both, of which services a cordial invitation is extended to all who are interested.-. . . : . ,- ' mr- " ' A U MX . L;m: mmmm&Mm 5::;S;if ;i;li! AMUSEMENTS ! "iu iup 1,1.1. u'ji wiw in 1 'imi mm ii .1' us 11 1 -n 11 11 Thursday Friday Saturday SONG BIRDS in a Mirthful Melange of .Melody . ' and Merriment. WILTON LACKAYE the Eminent Dramatic Star in Israel ZangwiU's Success, "CHILDREN OF THE GHETTO" EDNA LUBY & CO. in "The Critical . Moment." , FIELDS BROTHERS , ; " BOWERS & SAUNDERS ;; ASTTONIO & SORETTI " ; STDART & DONAHUE BRIDGEPORT'S MOST , POPULAR PLAYHOUSE Thursday, JViday,: Saturday ; ' The Halo'een Party " .A Merry Musical Comedietta . v PEOPLTO 0 Pretty GSrls Oatchy Songs . Clever Dances Melody and Mirth Galore ' : Handsome ' Costumes Gorgeous , Scenery ' SPISSELL1 BROS. AND MACK A ' SCTeamtngly' Funny Knock - , About Act You'll Appreciate. DAVIS A5TP .WALKER Clever Col6red Entertainers ii- ' ... ... "Iiessons lot Ditncing" - E. EDWARDS , ITovelty Shadowgraphlst ' BOLGER BROTHERS -' A Real Banjo Ottering . . "MOTHER HUDDA" '; . Two Reel Drama - - "HEARTS AND PLANETS" ' . A Keystone Comedy "THE CONSTABLE'S - , DAUGHTER" , Comedy Dramatic ' SINGING McENELLY ORCHESTRA At Colonial Ball Room, Fairfield Ave. MONDAY "EVENING MARCH 1 Concert 8-9 o'clock .Dancing 9-12 o'clock . THE OLD i DANCES. AND THE NEW Good Time ' for Everybody Admlssloii 85 Cents -All Welcome QUILTYS SCHOOL ' OF DANCING . -! Colonial Ball Room Classes for 'Advanced Pupils in Ilesita- - tion. One Step, Fox Trot THURSDAY & FRIDAY EVENINGS Latest Advanced Steps and Figure Til 1 1 HSDAY EVENINGS. 85c . ' FRID AY EVENINGS, PRIVATE, 50c FANCY CALENDARS Business Calendars, German and Eng lish Almanacs.. Diaries, and . , the Church Kalendar for 1915 on sale at the. : "-,.' ;. .-, ; . -:-'.. POST" OFFICE NEWS STORE, "ll Arcade. i- Engraved VALENTINE CARDS -v.. at' SOUTHWORTH'S ' 10 ARCADE ' August Benners, an attorney of Bir mingham, Ala., - was appointed co-receiver of the BirmiAgham, Unsley.. & Bessemer railroad. - - --. ; ; ' :Such a free press as this nation, now has should never have been, "born, is the expressed opinion of ' Senator Fletcher of Florida. , ' . ' The older boys and girls of Germany will; -be excused from." school attend ance and employed in farm work.' L. R." McKee, for fifty years a news paper man, and a noted editorial writ- er, died in Montgomery, Ala., aged 73. AMUSEMENTS j -"I, imi '' B,YIFSIC TELEPHONE 4615. I WEEK OF FEB. 22. " FASHION'S FOREMOST FAVORITES THE CALBURN STOCK CO. Presents Grace George's Great Success "A WOMAN'S WAY" Week of March 1st The Funniest WEEK OF MARCH 1ST $1,000 Presented to the Babies USUAL POPULAR PRICES Matinees. . . . . 10c, 20c, 30c Mothers Week and Carnival of . March Keeney's Empire Theatre i CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE: 1:15 TO 11 P. M. I ADMISSION . . Children, 5c; Adults, 10c ff THE HOME OF" PARAMOUNT FEATURES I ' TODAY THE GREAT With Edwin August. "THE EXPLOITS OF ELAINE - In 2 Parts. Latest Episode. And Other Select Features. TOMORROW AND SATURDAY - PARAMOUNT LASKY FEATURE MARSHAL "THE COUNTRY m 5 BRIDGEPORT PHYSICAL TRAINING EXOIBITIOH ... - , ' Demonstrations by . ; PUBLIC SCHOOLS, CAMP FIRE GIRLS, MISS SLOCUM'S SCHOOL , OF PHYSICAL TRAINING, BOY SCOUTS, BOYS CLUB ' - .' AND Y. M. O.-A-i' - ,' '--- - - I -'- STATE ARMORY, FEBRUARY 27, 1915 EXHmrnON STARTS ADMISSION (Adults . . . . . (Children i : , , Reserved Seats ..... . rjHICHESTER S PILLS puis ia K4 ud M mUteV bom. sealed witb. B h iua. ' Tak m atker. Bar mT rar -- aa.au x-ae E IbLlO, IOI SV SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK FRISBIE'S RAISIN ':rPIES ..-; -U Kelly's Cigar Store 141 FAIRFIELD AVE. rrtw lwat r-tiru ra vnaie In imnnrted and domestic brands. Complete line of smoker's supplies. - JAMES H. KELLY i HIGHEST POKES PAID EOil LIVE CHICKENS Bring in your . chickens. We will pay highest prices if, you deliver them to us. OUR SPECIALTY IS FRESH KILLED CHICKENS , The Live Poultry Market 84 CONGRESS STREET Feel Yoiieg Again CERTILAX (The Certified ' ' ' Laxative). , Beware of the habit of constipation. Coax the overworked bowel "muscles back to normal action with CEHTI Lax, "the certain laxative." It is the favorite prescription of an eminent New York City specialist, selected by five hundred physicians, who have tried ' out thousands of laxatives and decided upon. CERTILAX as the best. They believe in gentleness, persisten cy, ao4 Nature's assistance. CERTI LAX opens the bowels; their action Is gentle yet positive, never accom panied by griping or pain. ' One at sight will give positive relief. CER TILAX IS FOR SALE AT ALL DRUQ STORES, or will be sent direct upon receipt of price. CTJRTS CHEMICAL CO., 117 E. J 4th St., NEW YORK. PRICE, 10c. 26c. 50c. One at , night makes you right. STATE OP COIOTECTICTIT, ' v DISTRICT OP BRIDGEPORT, S8., PROBATE COURT. February 13, 1916. Estate of William R. Abercrom bie, late of the town of Bridigeport in said district, deceased. 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. Those who neglect to present their ac counts, properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All persons indebted to said estate are re quested to make immmediate payment to MRS. IDA L. ABERCROMBIE Executrix, .; 28 Putnam St., Bridgeport, Conn. Ji 2 6 s l& ff BRIDGE POltT'S BROADWAY PLAYHOUSE . MATINEES DAILY Play Ever Written "Baby Mine. V n Worth of Beautiful Gifts to Be Evenings -10c, 20c, 30c, &0c the Babe Entry Eree Week of 1st. ' , SECRET" . . S Thrilling Parts f N I E L A N In BOY" ACTS. PROMPTLY AT 7:80 p. m. , . . . 25 cents 15 cents - . 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