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THE FARMER : AUGUST 6; 1915
BR1DGEPOR 7 EVENING FARMER
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VttUlshed hj Tb Farmer BabUshlns: Co.. 179 Kalrfleld Ave.; Bridgeport, Conn.
D-.HLX , . . .EOc moBtb, $8.00 per year WEEKLY. .91.00 per year In advance
p-PBIJTESa -:' . .iZgrj, V EDITORIAL
OFFICE "SiiU3!2i DEPARTMENT'
! FOBEISN BEPRESENTATtVES . -V. .
Brraac Grimtli Kretfriefcs. New Tork, Boston and Chleaco
FlltDAT, AUG. 6,. 1915.
j WtmmMffi Bridgeport, Conn. : ' lgO!' ggiffl, " j
THE OUTRAGE -UPON THE PERSONS OF
GEDERHOLM, BOWEV AND NELSOX; WHY
MAYOR WILSON SHOULD BE "IMPEACHED
T TNLESS TRACTS shall appear-other .than those which have
U V heeniiiade public, the arrest of the labor leaders, yes--:
terdayi was axr outrageous lrase of authority, committed in the
Face of the constitutional guarantee that every citizen may free
ly speak and write his sentiments on all subjects. ,
This right has been for centuries deemed especially valu
able "in English' speaking communities. It is guaranteed in,
Great Britain -and all her colonies. It is stipulated in the con
stitution of the United States, and is safeguarded by ;two mighty
sections in the constitution of Connecticut, Section 5,v Article 1,
provides, that: . . i
"Erery citizen may freely peak, write and publish his sen
timents on all subjects, being responsible for the abuse of the
liberty." , ' -'
, Section 6, Article .1 provides that: , '' - f
. "No law shall ever be passed to 'curtail the liberty of
speech, -or. of the press" . -
. m Under the sanction jof these guarantees a number of citi
zens of Bridgeport, assembled on private property, for the pur
pose of discussing their rights and presumably, to hear argu
ments addressed to -the, question' of seeking redress from their
employers by a strike,. . .'.'. ' '!
' Had they stood upon public property, and had they been
addressed by speakers who lacked a permit to use the property,
th ere might have been occasion for the authorities to inter
fere, though there is reason to suppose thata body ofjnen may
assemble on public property where the people do usually as
semble, and may there "exercise the right of free speech with
out a permit. .'' 5 1 -v , ' ;
. iBut the- lawfulness of the assemblage is not involved. The
assemblage occurred on -private property; which had been ex
pressly devoted By its owners to the uses of the meeting.
- -The right of "assemblage is guaranteed by Section 16, ihich
provides "that: , . -, -
"The citizens have a light, in a ' peaceable manner to as
semble' for their common flood, and to apply to those invested
with the powers of government, for redress of grievances, or
other proper purposes; by petition,-address, or remonstrance.",,
. i jjfc being admittedlr that thev assemblage, was; lawful, there
disappears the last vestige of a claim of reason that the speak
ing was unlawful. " ' . '
Mr. Gederholm, Mr. Bowen and Mr." Nelson, had scarcely
commenced to speak. had given utterance, to no language that
by any stretch of the imajjination could beseemed unlawful,
when they were -violently seized, restrained of their liberty, and
denied their.; constitutional frights .-as citizens ofi.the. Anaerican
Republic." ' ".' " " " 4' " 'V1 - " -
This action of ihe autiprities was u high-handed outrage.
In justice 'to the policey who. "Were the instruments of the- wrong,
it must ,be- said that they were acting. under orders, which, they
felt obliged to obey. , . , . ' '
If "it shall appear that this outrage against peaceable citi
zens was indeed ordered by Mayor Wilson it should be the
duty of those whom he has offended, to seek his impeachment.
- The right of assemblage and, the right of free speech are
liberties-that-must not be , lightly assaulted ' in this ' republic.
When -such an assault is committed by thdse in authority, -who
are especially sworn to uphold the laws,, the offense is -indeed
serious- ' ' " x ,-" 1
NO MORE PUBLIC SPEAKING'
T rr AYOR WILSON assigns as his reason for denying the
'I'Jt right of assemblage and free ' speech to i certain
Bridgeport workers that, "I do 'not believe open air meetings are
proper places for the settlement of differences between employr
ers and employees." " ' - - . t
v Then says Ihfs the mayor, after the fashion of Minnow to
Triton, "F-sTialf: therefore insist that no .more public speaking be
''done." -J'" .- ' .
:"W& faney his excellency will-find the law, -of the land some
,what superior tohis views of propriety, and'the right of public
assemblage and free speech somewhat harder to. cast down than
he appears to believe. y - , I
A European monarch would scarcely dare . to suspend the
right of assembly and the. right "to. speak in public, without.de
darings martia law. - ' - ,N
OVER-ZEALOUS TO SERVE
frr EVERYBODY IN Bi-Ul'UrjPUH.T desires inaustriai peace.
JC Employers want it; the
body. wants-ike Constitution to run, and everybody wants to pre
serve"' He "right of ' everybody else to speak and write freely, in
favor of the lawful things in which he beheyes. -
Such methods as the authorities used against Cederholm
and others, are highly indiscreet,
those whom they attempt to aid.
peace, but combat. They do not
flat2ie,ir. :: ; ' .;. . i
Over the question of an eight hour day, only those are likely
to e gravely interested who are directly a-ffected, but when the
masters- concerns the , invasion of constitutional rights and an
cient liberties. -every man must concern himself, and must en
tertain a feeling of resentment against the accomplished wrong.
'.""Mayor "Wilson, no doubt, is eager to serve. But he is the
sort of servant from whom the thoughtful employer will desire
to be delivered.- ' - , . ' , - .
- Theiackey is often more zealous in the master's cause, than
the..-master; himself would be.., But no master desires ' to keep
in -h.i.a: employment an incorrigible blunderer, just because he
means to-help-. -
GIZOUG.O. M'MTIRTRY BEAD.
Nw .Tork' Ang. , Georgs C. Mc
Murtry. chair-man y of the American
Fheet'& tin Plate Co., a subsidiary of
the United States Steel Corporation,
o5ed suddenly at Atlantic City, N. J.,
-workers want it. But every
even from the standpoint of
Such actions do, not promote
soothe the publi mind, but in
LACKOIX'S WRIST SPRAIITEI.
Whilev in the act of cranking his
automobile in front of his residence
this"; morning at 10 i o'clock, Christo
pheil vA. . LaCroix, of the firm of La-Croix-
& Anderson, received a sprained
wnst. . ,.- ...
My what a lot of Bargains, aim How reasonable you are selling them. This is what the thousands of customers
said the first two days of Our Loom End Sale and if you visit tnrs store on Saturday you will hear our customers praise
the Bargains that we are going to offer. , , ' .
MEN'S FURNISHINGS LACES AND EMBROIDERY A BIG BARGAIN IN BELTS
FOR THE LOOM END SALE FOR THE LOOM END SALE FOR i MEN, WOMEN AND
, " n-r K-mhmitmr mn. ' CHILDREN AT UNHEARD
. . 27 in. Embroidery llounc- -
Men's Pajamas of mercer- ing ,f fine Swiss in variety PRICES..- '
lzed pongee in assorted col- 0f patterns v M A ' "
ors withsilk loops. -i7p Value 39c;' V ll$C Men's Leather Belts in
All sizes, alue $1.00. . vlQL Sale price. .Jyasd black and ian. All - -1 C
bale . Price . . - stjit i - . , ; . ...... sizes. Value up to; -..f-Xf C
: ., - -.- . ' Embroidery Edgeings from 50c. Sales Price j P ArfI
Men's Pongee Shirts with two to eight inches ; wide, .. . . .
soft collar and cuffs attach- suitable for underwear, also Women's Mercerized Belts
ed in white, and ri Q'7 a few allovers and ih- v Eg -in white and white with col
cream. Value' 50c. , i-dl L sertions. Valae'.i0c.",;l, ' 3C ored . stripe, pearl ,
Sale Price . .f kacti Sale Price ... ... ;V . . i -tarij1 buckle. Value up to J. ,
. 1 . . .. , 25c." Sale Price . . . . . -J, t-ach
Men's Night Shirts of 1 fine Shadow Laces ' including i
quality, of white muslin with edgeings .and bandings, white Children's Patent Leather
pink and blue silk tape." . ' and ' ecrue 'from - three to Belts in white, red and
All sizes. - ' ''I OAA twelve-' inches wide.'.! 'V A "A"ii black. ' - J v V' -7 '
Value 59c. - '. LOcFC Value. up to 25c, v . , . Jt Value 25c. ; - I C
Sale Price . . .. .V . . . . J each Sale Price '. '. '. . . . i .j yard Saje Price . . . . . . . . ...J KAm?
, ' , Combination -Corset Cover
and Drawers -of fine nain
sook with lace and embroid
. V.. 1 JL A 1 JXp. .
Sale Pncfe . . . .
Women's Night Gowns of
fine muslin, soft finish with
embroidery trimmed QQ a
yoke. Value ,50c;. ' -f j0dt
Sale Price ..i.....'.J -eacti
and under ruffle
ValuTSc. - CTA,
N Corsets Covers
ass q r t e d trim
Sale Price, J each
Price i". :.
BISHOP NIL.N MAIflES . .
ANNOUNCEMENT CF HIS'
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No Eridg-eporter appears -in -the list
of clerical and seminary appointments
to tine Hartford diocese announced by
Bishp John J. Nilan
x The liat:
' Clerical Appointment.
Rev. William Kiernan to the new
parish of St. John the Baptist, Hish-
wood. (Pastor).' t
Rev. ' Stanislaus Blazewski . to" St
Stanislaus church, ' Meriden, (assist-
ant.) ' , - . . . .- - ' ' v ... ;
51 St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore
Francis Chicoine, St. -Mary's Par
ish,! Willimantic. - , ; y
August, Finance, St. Mary's Parishi,
Meriden. .. . ' , ,
-James' Jenninsa, St. Joseph's . Par
Ish, Bristol. . . --,-'. . -
Mt St. Mary's Seminary, Emrnitslmrgr.
Francis Caseidyi. Stl Peter's Parish,
Danibury. , -. ; .., . ..
Grand Seminary, Montreal .'
Hormisdas . Belec, St. Joseph's Par
ish, Grosrenordale. ,' ,
! Joseph Comtois, St Damien de
Brandon, Bferthiei" Co., P. Q.
Donat Jette, Sacred Heart Parish,
WanreffaTU , - - ,
Leopold Liavallee, Sacred Heart Par
ish, Wauregan. ,
E-dg-ar Rochon,i. St.; Ann's' Parish,
Waterbury. . ' .
Alexis Scott. St. Mary's Parish, New
Birttaln. ; '
St. Bernard's Seminary, Rochester.
William Botticelli, St. Mary's Par
ish, New Britain. -. - - -. - -
" John F. Cfetsey, St,. Thomas' Parish,
Waterbiiryr ' - ,.-
Joseph A. Costllo, Immaculate
Conception Parish. Waterbury. -
James. M. . Coughlln, , Sacred Heart
Parisah, New Haven.
Edmund Orowley, St Mary's Par
ish, New Britain. .
Julien Datmbrowslci, Sacred J-Teart
Parish. Suffield. ' '. " ' '.
James F. Sgan, St. Peter's Parish,
Michael Foley, St. .James' Parish,
South Manchester. ' v,
, William A. Kelly, St. Michael's Par
ish, Hartford. ,
Joseph Ai Rice, St. Augustine's Par
Peteir, Roach, St. Mary's Parish,
Ridgeneld. ' , '
.-James W.'Roche, St. Joseph's Par
ish, New Britain.
EM ward J. SheaJ St. Peter's Parian,
Dan-bury. - , - - ' " . ,'
William P. Sullivan, St. Mary's Par
ish,' Greenwich. .
, Michiael J. Thompson, Sacred Heart
Parish, Waterbury. .
i Raymond Timms, Immaculate Con
ception Parish, .Waterbury.-
Joliet Warden Quits
Bather Than Live In "
. Staters Penitentiary
Springfield, 111., Aug. 6. The resign
nation of Edmund M. Allen-as warden
of Illinois state penitentiary at Joliet
was received and accepted today by
Governor Dunne. - Allen's resignation
followed upon refusal of his request
to be permitted -to live outside the
prison, in which his wife recently was
murdered by a convict.
Austrian artillery destroyed the his
toric castle of Llzzana, near Roverto,
where the poet Dante spent his exile.
FOR THE LOOM END SALE
Envelope Chemise, very
dainty, .this new style under
garment ;w& iVitiad iO flA
to -retail aV$1.25- ". ;:l5ef
Sale . Price
. . . J
.-White Underskirt of fine
muslin with . deep embroid
ery . flouncing-,, and urrder-
vilue" "$2.00i.: ' " 1S1.19
Sale P rice, . . 4 . J . .'KArn
ers with embroid
fery t r r mm i n g.
R e gu 1 a r . s i z e.
Value 39c. TrtCTrfa
Sale ' 1 USC
Pripe i . . . . J pair
ROBERT P. GREENC v"
The funeral of Robeirt P. Ithe infant
son of Frank P. attdJS!y.-'W. Green,
was held from the home.of'tiis par
ents, 77 Olive street, at 3 o'clock this
afternoon. Rev . Bal H.- Kenyon,
rector of St. Paul's Episcopal- church,
conducted the' services. ' . ; Interment
was In Juakoiew- cemetery:. . ; . i
JLUIY 1IUITOV. '
"The funeral of Mary, widow of
Matthew Hulton, was held from the
und'ertaking, parlors ' of- Cullinan - &
Mullihs at 8:30 this: morning' -and a
half hour later from St. Charjes'
church, where the Rev. James V... Hus
sion sang the mass of requiem. In
terment was in SU Michael's cemetery--
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MABGAUBT L BVKN E HAYDEff.
The funeral of Margaret . -M.. Byrne,
wife of RoTSert St, Hay den,-was largely
attended frq-m her late iresidence,-.125
L.ee avenue,' at 8 : 30l this 'morning and
a half 'hour later from St. J Peter's
church, where the" Rev.' Thomas J.
Kelly samig tine mass of requlem. The
bearers' were Dr. 'G. :Bachni&n, John
Hayden, Patrick Mullins, W. J. Byrne.
James and ' Edward Byrne. Interment
was in St. Michael's cemetery.
-. StJSAX PRBSOOTT FAIOX.
Th6 funeral ot Susan Preecott Fax
on who died on Tuesday at the home
oi. her sister, Mrs. H. , M. Knapp, (85
Park place; was -held -from the Knapp
residence at 1:30; this afternoon, and
was attended by many who bad. known
Mrs. Faxon during' her , residence in
this city. Rev. Herbert D. Ga.lla.u
det, pastor, of ' the North Congrega
tional church, conducted the services.
The 'body was taken to New York for
interment in Woodlawn cemetepy. -
. THOMAS FOGARTY. K
. Thomas Fogarty, a well known !bus
iniess manof AnsoniaL," died this morn
ing at St Vincent's hospital where he.
had been undergoing1 treatment. Mr.
Fogarty, who was 42 years of age,
was well known in Ansonia, having
lived there,' all his lif e- , He .was af
filiated with a number of- fraternal
organizations iii .;that. city. The re
mains were taken - to the undertaking
rooms of Cullinan & MuUins and ship
ped this afternoon to his family in An
sonia. - : , '
JAXE R. AXDRTJS.
The funeral of Jane R widow of
Ersliine Andrus, .-, was held from the
residence, of her daugiiter, 'Mrs. A, J.
Smith, of 195 Barnum avenue, at 2:30'
this afternoon and was attended "by "a
large assemblage, of friends, of the de
ceased. Mrs. Andrus' was - a well
known resident of the ,city her hus
band having 'been prominent in the
'community. , Her death was the re
suit of an illness' from which" she had
suffered for . the ' past three -months
She is survived- vby two daughters.
Mrs. Smith with whom she, lived and
Mrs, F. .W.' Jaynes of Greenwich and
toy two sisters, Mrs ' F. W. Guernsey,
of Southing-ton, and Miss Barnes" of
this city. Rev. .G. W. Nicholson-conducted
the services. The bearers
were Judge William :H. Comley, Sr.,
J. W. Barnes, W. M. Colfins, .C. S.
Huth, L. C. ..Willis and Arthur Meek
er. . . ..1
WIFE BEATER SENTENCED .'-
t John Kousky, -6i Hallam . street
arraigned . on- the charge of wife beat
ing, was; sentenced to 60-"days-. in -jail
by. Judge , Frank-, L. . Wilder in . city
coirt this morning-
l-NOf IONS REDUCED
-' ,Pins ..-
' 2c.- Hair
.2 Pkgs.. c
; - Tape
OUR READ Yt TO ; VEAR
V ; CEPONAJLVALUfiS
Women's ,' House
Kimonas of m; print
Dresses 6 f'b est-quality
pique. collar -and
cuffs size 36 to 44. in
stripe' t and check.
Val ire: $1.00. n r
Price . . J.each
Sale Price -. .J each
A. Mitchell Palmer
May Be Cbuhselor of
i State Department
... . . -i. - ....
A Mitchell Palmer, who has been
prominent m the councils of the Dem
ocratic party and in Congress, may be
the new 'Counselor. t-tip state depart
ment, at Washington. . This position
formerly was held by- Robert Lansing,
who succeeded William Jennings Bryan
as secretary of state.
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WITiL COLLECT FOB
Next. Sunday offerings will be taken
up in . all the , " Roman Catholic
churches, in the diocese for" the bene
fit jot ..the .-vyar stricken. Poles. .
COMPO LIFE GUARDS TO -
HAVE DANCE WEDNESDAY
1 The Compo Beach Life Guards will
hold their annual i mid -summer dance
Wednesday,- -August 11,- at -Nash's pavilion,-
Qompo Beach. Spidel's or
chestra will furnish the music.
PARDY CONSTRUCTION CO. "
"INCREASES ITS CAPITAL
The.T. J.. Pardy Construction. Co. of
Bridgeport, h.as , filed., a certificate of
issue showing an additional issue of
$15,000capital stock, making the out
standing stock r $2 5,000a with a corre
sponding increase of the shares of
stock, the par value being. $50,'
MANY- FOWL STOLEN BY
RAILROAD FREIGHT THIEVES
The N, Y., - N. H. ;& H. K. R. Co.
reported - to the police this morning
the. loss of .eight : cases of; dreesed
chickens, totaling about, ,200 fowl,
taken from a freight car on the Hous
atonic avenue siding..
; Repeated thefts have' occurred at
this siding, '- several rubber air iiipes
having been disconnected from the
freight .trains and. disposed of at va
rious 'Jjink. shops. 4 . .: .
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' HOSIERY AND KNIT UNDE RWHEAR AT" REMARKABLE
LOW PRICES FOR THE LOOM END SALE.
Women's Lisle Vests, out
size, low neck, wing sleeves,
also sleeveless. V ' Q
Value. 15c. L
Sale .Price , . . ....... ,J KA-H
Women's Knit Pants,; knee
length, lace trimmed, out
size. : . ' h"ia
Value 25c; UiC
Sale Price . ........ J each
; Women'sv Vests, low neck,
sleeveless, silk ribbon trim-,
med.. s!;" ., 'i't
Value 19c. 7 v- "J-11C
n i T-: V. , I
oaits rnuB -. . . . .... .) kactt;
FOR THE LOOM END SALE
4- C Each
4c Ron t
; 5c Dexter
FOR THE LOOM
W o m e n 's Long
Iiimonas of printed
plisse, piped with
silk ribbon, light and
dark colors; '7Tr
Value $1.00. 13L
line. . Very
1 Sale' Price
Jitney Passenger '
: . And Driver In Bow .
Over Length of Trip
A fine of $10 was imposed on 'John
Tuccy; a" Jitney driver, living at 1911
Main'street; try J.udge. Frank 1. Wild
er, tn city court, -today. ;; -Tuccy,,
while conveying - Frank Gelson, 51
Wood mont' avftn a e. a p assen ger, refus
ed to carry him as fiar'as the grocery
store kept by Nicholas Tesiny,: which
is regarded 5as? (the fare limit- on jit
neys covering North Main street-
Gelsoil then refused to leave the jit
ney, and Tuccy used force in ejecting
the - passeiig'er, striktagj him with a
wrench,: (inflicting a" Severe scalp
wound which was dressed, at the emer
gency., Gelson then retaliated t. with
the resiilt that a counter harge"was
placed against him in city court this
morning and he was fined $3.' r
FIRE ON DREADNAUGHT
- ' LAID TO COMBUSTION
Philadelphia, Aug. 6 rAfter a thor
ough examination while the damage
was, being , repaired,;, officials ' of the
New. York; Shipbuilding Co. are eonr
vinced;f'Ht' the .fire which swept the
hold of - the dreadnaught Oklahoma
several - weeks ago was caused "by
spontaneous combustion. '' .'"
The - Oklahoma was to have been
ready for delivery in October but it is
expected .the -fire will delay comple
tion until early in January.'.
Emperor -William vpersonally deliv
ered --a Prussian Field Marshal's 'baton
to Archduke Frederick of Austria,
Commander-in-chief of ' tihe Austro
Hungarian forces. ; ' , - . i
On ' Hook on Boots and
Lace on Boots.
20 from regular, selling
j A number of sizes we will
allow- for a few daysK a dia
count . -' : - - ,
20 from regular price.
; A good reliner will often
prolong, the life of a tire
1,000 miles; 1
UNITED STATES TIBE,
PLAIN, CHAIN AND
-":,V::;j-:NOBBY.. -"; .': r
IMPEBI AL AND EMPIRE
TIBES AND TUBES.
1126 MAIN STREET
Women's Silk . Hose, full
fashioned, high spliced heel,
double toe and sole in grey,
Palm Beach, white! and
black. , -j ftp.
Value 50c. - 'io,aC
Sale Price Tr, .k-. . 3T pajix
Misses fine Ribbed- Hose,
lisle finish, double heel and
toe, in white and -
black. Value 15c. ' IJLXC
Sale Price .. . . .J .PAIR
Women's Silk Hose., high
spliced heel ' in -black only,
inese are tne secona
quality of 50c hose.
Sale Price . -. .
- I PATR
FOR THE LOOM
Women's 16 button,
silk gloves in white
and black. ; These are
our regular ?A
Gloves 2 clasp in
navy blue, sand, col
or, black' and white. -
-J PAIR .
HEARING ON SING SING
RUMPUS IS POSTPONES
Ossining, N. Y-, Aug. '6 The ei-
amination of Patrick McDonald, con-
fidentiat agent of Superintendent of
Prisons ' RJley, charged with " having '
struck Thomas Mott Osborne, warden,
at the railroad station here when the
latter carried cestain prison papers,
was called and postponed. '
BAR FALLS ON MAN'S '
HEAD .TEARING SCALP
-.'While engaged in making' repairs
to the , rpller-lirt bridge on Congress
street, Peter White, giving Congress
street pnage as ms aaaress, was ac- -
cmenuy struct on iiie xieau. u v a, xa-ii-ing
bar of steel at, 1 o'clock this morn-
head and a 'severe laceration of' the-'
scalp. , White is kn employe of'the-
In the city court today a nolle was
entered in the case of Joseph Silva,
of Shelton, ' arrested by "Special Offl
icer John; Keenan yestrday afternoon,
charged with trespasing on the park
property of the Rem-U. M. C. on
which grounds are located the ful
minate magazirTe)s." cj5ilva
way . to Shelton1 knet strayed through,
the open gates of the park, ignorant
df his offence. . "
POWEXjL-PALMER- In Torrlngton.
Aug. 4, John Francis Powell of
North Carolina, and Miss Dorothy
Elizabeth Palmer. "
EfGEK-GAGHAN In Winsted, Aug..
4, Joseph F.Inger and Miss Kath-
ryn L. Gaghan.
WOFSY-BLOOMDfG In . New Tork,
Aue. 1. Abraham" Wofsey of .Stara- -
ford and Miss Emma Blooming.-
STEVENSON-FABLE In New York,.
(July 26, Robert H. Stevenson and .
' Miss Anna L. Fable of Westport.
BEACH-HALETA ; Iu South Nor- .
walk. Aug. -2, .Lewis M. Beach and;
Miss Delia M. Hallett of New Ca-'
WALSH-DONNELLY In Danburr, .
- Aug. 2, John Walsh and Miss Fran
ces . C. Donnelly.
HAWLET-PRATT-'In Tolland, Mass.
July - 31, Burton Hawlsy and. Miss
Henrietta Pratt of Winsted, . , ,
COMSTOCK-EDOXDS, tt- la Bethei-
i and Robert H, Comstock, of Bridge- -port.
July 29, Isaac F , Harris of Bronx
ville, N. T, and Miss Elizabeth
Heroy. ' ,- ,
MASMNG-FLAHERTY In Nor
',; walk, Aug. 2, John P. : Manning of
Stamford and Miss Margaret F. Fla
herty. SIMPSOX-BAEB In Harlem, N.
nnrl Miss Hannfth-Baer.'- -' r --r
'j, walk, July 31, Helmer W. Amund-.
sen and Miss Mary Jane . Blackman.
ELLERSLAN In. Bethel, Aug. 2, Gus
tave Ellerman, aged 81 years.
STAFFERS In Noroton, July 30,
Mrs.' Charles Staffers.
HORTON; In Greenwich, July 3 0,
Charles Horton, aged 42. "
ROSS In Torringford, Aug. 2,' Benja
min F. Ross, aged SI. -
DAVIS In WHton, Aug. 1, Richard
S. Davis, aged 69. "
OTJSHMAN In Norwalk, July 2 8,
William A. Cushman, . aged 73.
DESCHER In Norwalk, Aug.
FATERWEAIHEH. .in uanoury
Julv,27. Abbie.. widow of Walter .
Faycrwealher, A tHl"J-
Farmer Wan; Ads, One Cent a Word.
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