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THE FARMER: MARCH 1, 1915
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:C-B Corsets in the New,
Natural, Easy Lines.
C-B a la Spirite
111 corsets for Spring
-1 c are the last word
alaSpinte . ... .
CORSETS ln- correc; corseting.-
We think so
- , much of them that
" . we are making a
2 special show, of the
leading models in
our Main street
windows.
, These are the
corsets that women"
can 'wear all .day: long with, the greatest com-
fort. .They are made of soft clinging mater
; jals which yield with every movement of the
iigure.- . 'I " - " y..:
" They define the new lines of fashion per
' feqtly and they come in a variety of models to
suit -the' requirements of every figure.
.xYou are cordially invited to see our cor
set show this week.
Prices from $1.00 to $5.00. ,
OUTFITTERS TO MEN WOMEN 3c CHILDREN
...t.,..r , BRIDGEPORT, CONN.
INCORPORATED , g)
MEET TONIGHT TO
STf STRATFORD'S
TAX ASSESSMENT
rid geport Principal Will Dis
cuss' Play grounds Before
' ," Well are League- .'
' ( Special, to The Farmer.)
Stratford, March l.-' The adjourn
ed meeting at the town ball, to be
held this evening, wll result In the
arrival at Stratford's . tax. .rate for
this year.' .According to consensus of
opinion, the' general -.-.rate- Twill r be
somewhere in the -neighborhood of
15.2 mills.? '. - ,',';;j;.f , ,
A- meeting of the Child Welfare
league will be held to-morrow evening-
in the town hall,, beginning at 8
o'clock.-? Miss :Aniia Cullen, of the
Visitinr'NUrse association of- Bridget
port,, and Dr. i Florence " A.. Sherman
of the health1 department "or the same
city, will talk ito: the members and
visitors. Duties of visittngr and FChool
nurses will" be' disteussed. -'.
The Welfare league" will ''aneet-again
March "16' at the Stratford" ; High
School;" TEverett. Cortwright princi-
- pal .of Sheltonr -school : in Bridgeport,
will address rthe 'membere : of 'The
-Playground-vThe. Part it Plays in the
Child's"! Training.'" ' j- -rJ v. ' ' '
f This "meeting i will be1- heldf m - the
afternoon, ' in iiie assembly: hall. . 1 i It
will begin ,'atV -fc o'clock. . y .'.-,.: r
Two' games of basketball were Tlay
ed by. the;; S. IL;'Si teams Saturday
The regular: team defeated 'New Mil
, ford .High: school -in a1 fast and inter
esting" gamei." 34-23. In the7-" prelim
inary the, girls of the "Varsity" team
played the "Varsity Juniors," , and de
f?ated" their rivals,5' 44-19 in a close
gam. -.' ' .:.:. .-.' . . .
ivtrs. Sterling miner- will . preside
.. Wednesday. Afternoon at ,. a- suffrage
meeting TJiat will be held in the town
hall., t , , -. ' . '
Rev. Chauhcejr '"C Kennedy, rector
of Christ Episcopal church is con-
valescing after a protracted illness
from scarlet fever. He expects to
leave Stratford soon for a short vaca
tion. He will return in time to conr
duct the Palm Sunday services at the
church. .. , .- , v .
Azalea Chapter, O. E. . S., will hold
a whist Thursday evening at the home
of Mrs. John Goodsell on Riverview
avenue. An interesting program of
entertainment other than cards, will
also be provided. , , .,
Unclaimed letters at the Stratford
'postomce are for: Miss Louise-Davis,
Mrs. Susie Gorman, Mrs. Doris Guun
dage, Mrs. - T. E. Granchan, Mrs.' It.
H. Gollard, Miss ' Mary :. Rowei and
Steve Scott. .'- - .
A special parish Jneeting of Christ
Episcopal church will be-held to-morrow
evening in the - chapel.
DEERFIELD & GREENFIEU3
Edward Sanford of New York re
cently visited at Clear Spring Farm.
Mrs. Harriet' Banks who has been
confined to her . hbmer for sometime
with ; a severe attack of bronchial
trouble is now Improving. Charles S.
Hanks of Danbury has recently visit
ed his sister; Miss Alice L. Roberts of
Jamaica, if. " I.;-- has returned home
from a visit with friends in town,
Mis3 Mabel Sherwood accompanied
Miss Roberts Home and will spend a
few days fcrttb . her after which she
will visit her grandmother at Rocka
way beach.
Mrs. Dwight Banks has returned to
her home from a visit with relatives
in Bridgeport . '
E. Pierson'Runham is now recov
ering from bis recent illness which
has confined bim to . his home for a
few days. - -
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. . Washburn wel
comed a little daughter into their
home a few days ago. .
The ' Fairfield County Pomona
Grange will hold a meeting on Wed
nesday at .Cannon Station.. Several
of the .local patrons are fifth degree
members -and expect to - attend.. '
Miss Viola' McDonald has returned
to her home In" Stratfield from - a visit
with Miss -'Mildred Jennings.. -
OLDEST MAJT ALABAMA.,
DIES ON lOSTH BIKTHDAT
- Bessemer, Ala., Mar. r-A. S.
Goodwin, said to be the oldest man in
Alabama, died heret yesterday "on the
eve of his 108th birthday of pneu
monia. 'Goodwin was born in Georgia
in 18 07. Mr. Goodwin formerly wjS
a. wild turkey hunter and kijled his
last turkey when 101. t ... .
WOMEN'S PEACE PARTY
HAS MISSION, . SAYS
MRS. GLENDOWER EVANS
' A conference of neutral nations to
end all wars of aggression was urged
last night by Mrs. Glendower Evans
of Boston, when she appeared for the
National Women's Peace Party, before-
the congregation of the - South
Congregational church. Mrs. Evans
said that is the first step that must
be taken in the effort to put an end
to the, bloodshed and warfare in
Europe.". ... ' ' i
Mrs. Evans explained that the party
Is not an idle fad. but a serious and
confident ,- organisation. , She said
they have definitely planned ideas
and intentions that are bound to
bear fruit. ,
EASTON
j-No .vote was - taken on Tuesday
evening on the woman's ,jsuftrage
question as? the executive' committee
of . the State grange deemed it advis
able to wait until the. next state ses
sion before deciding what to do about
the matter. Telegrams poured in
from ? all over the state protesting
against such a vote being taken on
such i short - notice before . debates
could be heard on both sides of the
question. State Master J. Arthur
Sherwood . received 41 telegrams on
one day, - from - women protesting
against taking this vote, While other
members-of the executive committee
in others sections of the state, re
ceived many more.;
The Easton Grange, No. 149 has ex
tended an-' invitation to . Pomona
Grange, to meet with them at the
June, 4 meeting and the, new hal will
be dedicated at that time.
Mr.' and Mrs. Clarence A. Jennings
and Mrs.' Georgia .Jennings attended
the funeral of James ,D. ' Jennings, in
Southport. , " ' ,
.Mr. and .- Mrs. Frederick G. Haen
blein of Adams' Corners entertained'
very recently Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Goessinger and daughter and Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Johnson all of Bridge
port. -
; Owing to the very bad traveling
on Friday evening -the week night
meeting of the Baptist church was
postponed.-- , ,
Mrs. John H. Candee will entertain
at. her5" home on Wednesday afternoon
the?1 Dorcas Society , of i the Baptist
churchj . '.,
Miss Alice i'W. Lyon has returned
from a visit, with Miss Minnie O.
Sherwood at "Maple Row .Dairy
Farm."'. :' - - - ....
HOW GOOD THAT
MUSTEROLE FEELS!
It Gets to That Sore " Spot
, Lake Magic
A-a-h " That's delicious relief for
those sore muscles, those stiff joints,
that larne back. - -V ,
MXTSTEROIJE is-a clean, white oint
ment, made with the oil of. mustard
and other home simples.
It does the work of the old-fash
ioned mustard plaster, minus the plas
ter and minus the blister! .
, You -simply rub MUSTEROLE on
the spot where the pain ia rub it on
briskly and the pain is gone.
No muss, no bother. Just comfort
ing, soothing relief first a gentl
glow, then a delightful sense of cool
ness. And best of all, no blisters like
the old-fashioned mustard plaster used
to make.
There is nothing like MUSTEROLE
for Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Tonsilitis
Croup, Stiff Neck, Asthma, Neuralgia,
Headache, Congestion, Jleurisy, Rheu
matism, Lumbago, Pains and Aehes of
the Back or Joints, Sprains, Sore Mus
'cles, Bruises, Chilblains, Frosted Feet
and Colds of the Chest (it often pre
vents Pneumoia).
At your druggist's, in 25c and 50a
jars, and a special large hospital size
for $2.50. ,
Be sure you get the genuine MUSTEROLE.-
Refuse imitations get what
you ask -for. The Musterole Company,
Cleveland, Ohio.
For the Home Dancing Party
The
WICT
FURNISHES THE PERFECT QUALITY OF
MUSIC NEEDED TO MAKE THE OCCASION
A COMPLETE SUCCESS
Latest music, including the gems from the lead
ing musical production of the season superbly
played for dancing, ready now in the list- of
New Victor Records lor March
at Sleirierf s
$1.25,
-Victor Military Band
35432,
Chin Chin Fox Trot
Including "Goodbye, Girls, I'm Through
:i nrl "Love Moon." '
, . v Watch Yoim" Step Medley Fox Trot
Including "The Syncopated Walk"
"Settle Down in a. One Horse Town"
35429, $1.25, "Victor . Jtlilitary : Band
Chinatown. My Chinatown Medley One
Including "At the Mississippi Cabaret"
and
Music Box Rag Fox Trot
35424, $1.25, Victor Dance Orchestra
Glittering Moonbeams Hesitation Waltz
Black Rose Hesitation Waits
. . - -
35431, $1.25, " Victor Military Band
Tipperary Medley One-Step
Including 'Ulster Susie's Sewing Shirts for
Soldiers," "It's a Long, Long Way to Tip
perary" and "Hot Time in the. Old Town"
Midnight Whirl Rag One-Step
s
Complete Catalog of Victor Dance Records on Request
Fine New Records by ;
These Artists Who Sing or Play for the Victor Exclusively
CARTTSO
Pecche? Neapolitan Song
MAUD POWELL
1. Twilight. 2. Musette
MARTINELLI
Celeste Alda '
EMMY DEBTINN '
' Magic Flute Pamlna's Air
EREISLER and ,
ZIMBALIST
Bach's Famous Double Concerto
McCORMACK ,
Ave Maria '
: - ' -!
TETRAZZINI
Solvejgs Song Grieg;
Many other new records ready now in our Victor Demonstrating Rooms
i ,
Mail and telephone orders promptly filled. We1 send Victrolaa
and" Victor Records anywhere and - guarantee satisfaction
M. Steinert & Sons Go.
915 MAIN STREET, NEAR STATE
- New England's Largest Musical- Instrument House
A Sale ol Brass and White
Enamel Beds
In anticipating spring house cleaning, this week is tX
splendid time to buy brass or white enamel beds you in
tend to use either in your own, sleeping room or the spare;
rooms of your home.
1 Brass Bed $60.00 Reduced ta.
1 Brass Bed $35.00 Reduced to.. .....
1 Brass Bed $25.00 Reduced to . . ,
1 Brass Bed $22.50 Reduced to. . ... . ,;. . . .
1 Brass Bed $20.00 Reduced to. . . .
1 pr. Twin Brass Beds $33.00 now.
1 White Enamel Bed $21.00 now. .
1 White Enamel Bed $15.00 now. .
LI White Enamel Bed $14.00 now. . . k . . . . ... ... ..
1 White Enamel Bed $12.75 now. . . .
We sell the Ostermoor Mattresses and
sizes. .
UNKNOWU WARSHIP
OFF GOLDEN GATE
San. Francisco, March 1 An un
identified warship, with four funnels,
was reported off the Golden Gate
early today accompanying northward
a British tramp steamer..
AUTO SCHOOL OF Y. M. C. A.
WILL. OPEN THIS EVENING
GOOD STATE JOB
FOR WILTON MAN
As the time draws near or the civil
service amendment,- passed ' by the
General Assembly last week, to go into
effect. Interest ' begins to center in
probable changes in the office" of the
secretary? of the state, Charles - D.
Burnes of Greenwich. , It", is generally
understood that. Chief Clerk Thomas
B- Myers will be 'one of the first to go,
and it is also said, on good authority,
that his successor ' will be Raymond
COmstock of Wilton. Mr. Comstock
has been a life long Republican, and
was formerly employed by the West
ern Electric Company. He is married
and has one daughter. It is under
stood that Mr. Comstock has been at
the Capitol the past-week on at least
one occasion, familiarizing. himself
with his new duties. - .' ' .
r
STOCK MARKET
J
Farmer Want Ads. One Cent a Word.
-.- New York, March .1. Opening. A
one point advance in Union Pacific
and a two point ; decline in Louisville
& Nashville to 110,'' its new minimum,
were- the principal features of to-day's
early stock market. Prices otherwise-inclined
irregularly, Reading
responding favorably ' to s a moderate
inquiry while Pennsylvania was heavy
on its poor statement of earnings for
January. Shares of the motor com
panies were again active.
Noon Imports of $750,000 gold
from London where the metal was ob
tained at the low exchange rates of a
fortnight ago. acted as a partial stim
ulant in the early dealings but prices
fell under their best before the end of
the first hour with especial heaviness
in New York Central and Canadian
Pacific. United States Steel yielded
most of its gain, when a lot of 8,000
shares had changed hands at 43. By
midday trading became exceedingly
dull, latest , developments In the east
ern war zone being reflected in anoth
r sevr dcline in grain options.
(T. Li , Watson & Co.)
Indications are not wanting of slow
business revival: Steel mills are ope
rating at increased . capacity, coke
shipments have jumped 10 per cent.,
and the bank clearances are less un
favorable when compared with last
year. A big buying power no doubt
lies under the market and the coun
try is too : big and too wealthy to be
kept- down always. In view of the un
certainties referred to, however, it's
a good time to pick one's way care
fully. ' ; ..
The X. M. Ol A. Automobile School
opens its fifth; season at the Blue
Ribbon erarage tonight The instruc
tion will ibe under the personal su
pervision of P. F. Belle w,. a well
known automobile' expert, who for
the past eight years has ' been in
charsre of the repair department or
the Blue Ribbon garage.' The course
consists of twenty-one lessons which
will be given three nights a week -Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays
for seven weeks. ' , '
All styles and types of motors on
pleasure cars and trucks are to be
studied by the laboratory method by
the men in the course in one of the
best equipped repair shops between
New York and Boston. Up-to-date
self-starting and electric lighting sys
tems will also be studied.
The class will . meet at the educa
tional office of the X. M. C. A. at
about 7 o'clock tonttght and go to the
Blue Ribbon garage in a .body.
METAL WORKERS AWAIT
NOTED SPEAKER AT
MASS MEETING THURS.
President OConnell of Chicago, head
of the International Metal Trades as
sociation, will address an open meet
ing of the Metal Trades unions of
Bridgeport in Machinists' hall, Cannon
street, on Thursday evening, March
18. -'President O'Connell is an eloquent
speaker and an ardent worker in the
cause of organized labor. All metal
owrkers and others who are interested
will be welcomed. .
GAS, HEARTBURN,
INDIGESTION OR
A SICK STOMACH
'Pape's Diapepsin" ends all
i stomach distress in five
minutes.v
PERSONAL MENTION
Sergt. Ernest J. 'Johnston, U. S. A:,
formerly instructor with the Coast Ar
tillery companies of this city, was call
ing on friends here 'Saturday. Sergt.
Johnston when relieved from duty
here about a - month ago returned to
his ,old command, the 12th company, at
Fort JT C. Wright.' His enlistment
explw-a on'" Friday. He will spend a
furlough at his old home in Tennessee
before re-enlisting.
Time it! Pape's XHapepsin will di
gest anything you eat and overcome a
sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach
surely within five minutes.
If your meals don't fit comfortably,
or what you eat lies like a lump of
lead in your stomach," or if you have
neartDarn, tnat is a sign of i indiges
tion. ,
Get from your pharmacist a fifty
cent case of Pape's Diapepsin and take
a dose just as soon as you can. There
will be no sour risings, no belching of
undigested food mixed with acid, no
stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or
heavy feeling in the stomach, nausea,
debilitating headaches, dizziness or in
testinal griping. This will all go, and,
besides, there will be no sour food
left over in the stomach, to poison
your breath, with nauseous odors.
Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure
for out-of-order stomachs, because it
takes hold of your food and digests it
just the same as if your stomach
wasn't there.
. Relief in five minutes from all stom
ach misery is waiting or you at any
drug store.
These large fifty-cent cases contain
enousrh; "Pape Diapepsin" to keep
the entire family free from stomach
disorders and indigestion for many
months. It belongs in your home.
Adv. .
Farmer Want Ads. One Cent a Word.
MODERN LANGUAGE
ASSOCIATION MEETS
Bridgeport Tteachers Promi
nent in Interesting Pro
gram at New Haven.
; Bridgeport instructors were prom
inent in the meeting of the Connecti
cut Association of Modern Language
Teachers, held Saturday in New Ha
ven. ' v . I
''The meeting opened in the morning,
when Merion LeRoy Burton, presi
dent of Smith college, addressed the
members of the association on "The
Educated Man."'
In the afternoon the modem lan
guage meeting was held and Miss
Margaret Somerset of this city talk
ed interestingly. E. N. Wilson of the
Bridgeport High school addressed the
meeting on "Teaching of Modern Lan
guages in Porto Rico." Rev. Howard
LaField, also of this city, spoke on
"The Desert of Modern Languages."
It Is now time to examine the new
Easter custom woolens. Don't wait
for the big Easter rush. - Lyfbrd
Bros. of 625 East Washington ave
nue, East Side, and 1353 State street,
West End, are sole agents for J. L.
Taylor & Co., also the International
Tailoring Co. of New York, and the
Essex Tailoring Co? of Utica, N. Y.
Three of the largest and best tailor
ing houses in the United States. Call
and save money.-r-Adv. .
"MOVIE" THEATER, MAN FINED,
Hartford, March 1 Henry Quint,
manager of a moving picture house,
was. fined $25 on each of three counts
for allowing children, in the place, in
police court today. He appealed . to
the superior court.
Seven miners accused of murdering
a party of mine guards and a chauf
feur during the recent Colorado mine
strike were acquitted at Pueblo, Col.
WOMEN'S
FANCY ;
BOOTS
of certain lines at a
reduction of one
dollar on each pair
to close broken lots
$1.69
For fashionable
boots of different
makes and prices to
finish " odd linea
W.K. Rf Mae
1026 MAIN ST.
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It Lasts Longer, Burns Steadier and Gives More Beat
CASH FBICE
e Egg and Stove S55
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.269 E. Washington Ave Phone S323 21
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A healthful, Invigorating drink which Is absolutely nncontamtoated by
, . impurities of any kind and has passed the most rigid tests
1 Bottled Daily Delivered Daily
Highland Spring Water Co.
. ' 'Phone 987
' 645 WARREN STREET
CLEAN COAL
'Nut Coal . . S7.25
Stove or Egg S7.00
25 Cents Off Per Ton for Gash
QUALITY GUARANTEED
Thev Wheeled & Howes Co.
Phone 344
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