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THE FARMER: MARCH 23, 1917
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9 TO 10 A. M. SALE
"GET THE HABIT"
GO TO BRILL BROS.
FOR MOTOR CLOTHES
TOP llOTTNn lifts- 34fi
STEAK. j,R Z0(C
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EXTRA QUALITY
9 TO 10 A. M.
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Best Maine
Potatoes p
LIMITED
4 TO 5 P. M.
SAME AS LAST WEEK
PRIME RIB
ROASTS LB
WHILE THEY LAST
Selected Fresh
EGGS 'doz
FINE FOR BOILING
DAY Consider Quality When Buying.
18c
Fores Yearling Lamb . It) 16c
Legs Yearling Lamb lb 22 C
Lean Chuck Roasts lb 16-lSc
Fancy Roasting Chickens . . lb 32 C
Home Made Sausage ... . . . , ip
Spring Lamb Legs ... lb 25c
Lean Pork Loins. ... lb 23c
Lean Pork Chops , ... IT) 23c
Fresh Grd Hamburg lb 16c
Lean Boiling Beef . . . Ib 12c
Roastina Fowl . lb 30c
Stewing Fowl lb 25c
Lean Fresh Ham .... Ib 28c
Plate Corned Beef . . lb 12c
Rump Corned Beef . . Ib 19c
Lean Corned Beef. . . Ib 20c-
Lean Salt Pork lb 18c
Boneless Shoulders . .Ib 2$c
FRESH FISH ALL KINDS
v BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
BUTTER Creamery... lb
43e Prunes santa eiara.. n, 8c
- BETTER THAN ELGIN. - ' . ' " '
inrrQ WHITE LEGHORNS .... Doz. 43c Q "gL (HlinilO Big Value JJE
r.lYl V FRESH COUNTRY Doz. 39c OUdlllbll UlllUllb "POT? h
MjBBU FRESH WESTERNS. .Doz. 33-35c vjJMHiwn ) .
Cheese V feBKb 30c Grape Fruit ft 25c
Good Table Butter IT) 37c
W. Compound 2 Ib3. 35c
Fancy Sage Cheese Ib 26c
Peanut Butter. . Ib 15c
Crlsco . . cans 33c & 65c
Cam'bert Cheese box 30c
Llmb'ger Cheese Ib "COc
JHuensffer Cheese Ib 30c
Sweet Butter, lb 45c
Best Pure Lard 2 lbs'. 45c
Strawberries . , bsk. 42c
Spinach pk. 55c
KiJe pk. 32c
Celery Hearts bun. 10c
Green Peppers 5 for 10
Asparagrus 2 lb bun. 48c
Fresh Tomatoes Ib 18c
Green Onions. . bun. 5c
Dineapples .... each 10c
Lge. Fla. Oranges dz 35c.
Dinner Blend Coffee . 5 lbs. 95c j Mohican Laundry Soap 7 bars 25c
N. B .C. Lorna Dpones . . . . . lb 22c I Yellow Corn Meal ..... 5 lbs. 19c
Pure Cocoa (in bulk) lb 20c 1 Clean Broken Rice ......... 5 lbs. 24c
Mohican Chill Sauce pt. bot. 25c
Moh. Pancake Flour , . pkg. lOd
Moh. Baking Soda 1. lb pkg. 7c
Moh. Stuffed Olives ... bot. 10c
Moh. S. Flour 4-16 bbl. sack 67o
Fresh Lemon Snaps. ..... Ib 10c
Mohican Macaroni .... pkg. 11c
Mohican Pork and Beans can 12c
Shredded Cocoanut . .. Ib 18c
Silver Lane Pickles . . 3 bot. 28c
Uneeda Biscuit pkg. 4c
Asparagus Tips 2 cans 25c
Large Can Peachep .... can 17c
Domestic Sardines ..... 4 cans 25c
Quaker Oats .......... pkg. 9c
FRESH FROM THE OVENS
Our 3-Layer Cakes ... . ... . . W ea 20c
Whipped Cream Puffs ...... Doz. 30c
Jelly Doughnuts' ......... . . Doz. 12c
Assorted Coffee Cakes . . . ea 12c
Mohican Bread .... . . . . ; . Loaf 5-7-9c
I j iiuMlillT-in rnmmMnirr m
3 TO 6 P. M.
GRAN, v 5ibs.42c
SUGAR ; 10 lbs. 83 c
OJd Crow Ryel)ot: 95ip
WINES AND LIQUORS
1 Quart Bot. Whiskey Both Q C a
1 Bot. Port or Sherry For
California Claret . . . I Bot. 39c
Duffy's Malt Whiskey ....... Bot. 79c
Sunnybrook Rye Whiskey Bot. 95c
ALL DAY H
1 Doz.. Fresh Eggs
lvlb Whole Milk Cheese
1 lb Best Pure Lard
ALL FOR 80c
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4 TO 5 P. Mi
. LARGE JUICY
SUNKIST ORANGES
1 FOR
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iiB'J REVOLUTION
BREniNG RESULTS
: IN IVARW1G NOTE
Americans Told A- to. Shun.
Mexico as bbregon Pre
pares to Turn Against
Chief.
El Paso. Texas,, March 23. Warn
ings have been issued by Government
agents against .American mining men
and- other Americans returning to
: -vrA-c-in . in iH-or'f the information
L that a revolt of the followers pf Gen.
Alvaro Obregon, minister of war,
against the de facto government is
(expected within the next two -weeks.
' The - outbreak was originally plan
bed for May 6, five days after Gen.
(Obregon's resignation.. takes effect.
Obregon hraia to hace come to the bor-
, der before that date"'to lead his f ol-
, jlowers in person, it was reported. Ac
(cording, io advice from. Mexico City,
yobregon; Is Burrounded by Carranza
(agents and is not permitted to leave
th capital. . '
The plan of the revolt is said to be
if or the supporters of Obregon to seize
Chihuahua and Sonora first and then
apitaL following the precedent 8t
rther successful revolutions.
Gen.' Jacinto B. Trevino, who is re
ported to be the probable successor
(of Obregon is not In favor of Gen. Ob
Xogqn. Trevino Is the former com
jmander of the Division pf the North..
jObregon laisaia io iavor uen. jjxan
eisco Murguia as his successor. An
lof fleer of Gen. Obregon's staff is re
ported to have been in consultation
A with Gen. Murguia within the last few
s 'days and has now gone to Sonora to
confer with Gen. Francisco . Sorrano,
In command of the military forces of
that state. Sorrano was formerly
chief of Obregons staff.
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iiiAAniiin umi1
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AFTER ESCAPING
UNDER SEA RAIDER
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lights Submarine But Zig
zags to Safety In
N Speedy Race. V
, New ; York, March 23. Dodging a
submarine and escaping from the pur
s iXt 9t ai supjooMd Prussian raider
. v'hile about 150 miles east of the Nan
tucket lightship, are among the events
vhich varied the monotony of life on
1 oard the steamship Tuscania, ac
cording to some of the passengers.
The Tuscania, which is one of the
.nchor line steamships, was twelve
days on her trip here from Glasgow.
The submarine was sighted on Mon
, day afternoon, March 12, when the
..uuscama was iuu miies west oz .fast-
ret, light, off the Irish coast. The
j:eri3ccpe was seen about two miles
from the steamship, off the starboard
low. The steamship started to port at
Ehlffh speed, zigzagging in her course.
She whistled two long - and two
Short blasts, the signal to call the
Gur store does not meet with our requirements, either with regard to
size or location. We intend to vacate shortly and propose to sell every
dollar's worth of -merchandise that we possibly can in preference to mov
ing it. We therefore offer to the men and young men of Bridgeport
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Our Entire Stock of High-Grade
tirols
hings
and
Hats
At Sensational Price Reductions
AND
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OVERGOATl
AT
Formerly
Up to $13.50
Economy is Cost Divided by Tim 2
T(io reason why the Studebaker Four is
the most. economical four is because of the
extra quality, the extra safety,' the extra
power, the extra low upkeep.
Extra safety means the extra feature of
strength which takes the strain of the shock
which wrecks the small cheap car.
Extra" power means smooth, vibration
less operation, noj the jarring, jerking, rack
ing strains of over exerted power. , (
Extra low upkeep isMhe sum of the ad
vantages mentioned above, and it is the sum
of economy, and that is. why Studebaker be
lieves it is better to put a little more money
and a great deal more quality in manufac
turing a car ljke the Series 18 at $985, and at
the same time give you a seven-passenger
body, genuine leather upholstery and the
same quality of fittings and equipment that
you .find in cars costing more than twice as
much as the Studebaker Fpur.
We repeat that the Studebaker Series 18
is th3 most economical four in the world.
Come in and ask for demonstration.
40-H. P., 7-Passenger FOUR . .$985
50-H. P., 7-Passenger SIX 1250 -
617 STATE ST.
Phone Bar. 7392
crew to quarters. The passengers re
mained on. deck, until they were cer
tain the danger was over. Some of
them asserted that they saw the sub
marine fire a torpedo at the steam
ship. Denies Seeing Submarine
When the Tuscania was about 150
miles east of Nantucket Lightship, at
ten o'clock Tuesday morning, a sus
picious looking craft was sighted
ajwut four miles away on the port
bow. As the steamship got closer up
the stranger altered her course as if
to cross the bows of the Tuscania; She
was a two-masted vessel, "painted
black, with one funnel "and flush deck
fore and aft, lying low in the water
and lookinrr like a tramp.
Not takiKj any chances, the Tus
c'ania altered her course quickly and
went off at her best speed. The
stranger followed and hung on for
half an hour or more, and then gave
up, as she evidentlyIacked the speed.
Captain P. McLean, of the Tusca
nia, denied that he had seen any sub
marine on the trip. He admitted sight
ing the stranger on Tuesday morning,
and did not stop to find out what she
was or what she was doing in that
position.
The Tuscania was the largest of
nine steamships arriving from Euro
pean ports within twenty-four hours.
The Passenger List
The American freight steamship
Alaskan came in ballast from La Pal-
lice, followed by the British freight
steamship Strathlorne and the, Nor
wegian Lille from the same port, and
the British steamships Nigaristan
from St. Nazaire, Carnhill from
Havre, Wells City from Bristol and
Hurst from Newport, England. The
French, tank steamship Radioleine ar
rived from Cardiff.
MiVItY E. SHERWOOD.
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The funeral of Mary E., widow of
LeGrande W Sherwood was held from
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hat
tie Porter, 945 Iranistan avenue, yes
terday afternoon. Rev. John G. Sad
tier, rector of Christ Episcopal church,
conducted the services. Burial was
in Oaklawn cemetery, Fairfield,
Farmer Want Ads. One Cent a Word
OVERCOATS
and SUITS
1 .50
Formerly
Up to 20.00
Overcoats worth packing away suits
suitable most of them, for Spring wear
MEN'S SHIRTS
Formerly
$1.25, Now-
2 for $1M
Formerly
$2.00 and $2.25
at $1-00
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Formerly
$2.50 and $3.00
Men's Garters at
i2 Price
Boston and Paris' Silk
Garters, 50c grade ...... .
Boston and Paris Eisle
Garters, ztc graae . .
Siili Neckwear Specials
Fancv and plain silks;. formerly 50c and 65c.
Now 3 for SI. 00
Extra heavy rich silks, in a large assortment
of shapes; formerly 65c, $1 and' $1.50.
JNowlor.l.OU
at i65
$2.00 Root's Tivoli
Underwear, now $1.00
$1.25 Derby Ribbed
Balbriggan ... ... 79c
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1192 Main Street at Golden Hill Street
GET THE HABIT"
GO TO BRILL BROS.
FOR MOTOR CLOTHES , .
ORABAGK BILL
PASSES HOUSE;
LITTLE DISSENT
Almost Unlimited Right Given
or Developing Power
Resources.
(Special to The Farmer.)
Hartford. March 23 With little or
no opposition the House yesterday
passed the Housatonlc Power Co. bill,
hotter known as the "Roraback bill,"
a measure which gives to the Kocky
River Power Co. almost unlimited
right in , the development of light and
nnwpr nlants in the state. The pro
visions of the bill have caused con
siderable close inquiry by members 01
the General Aassembly, but no serious
nnnnsition was
presented yesterday
when House Chairman Talcott of the
committee on incorporations asKea
'for the passage of the measure.
Representative Coroett or Jtiarxioru
did not oppose the bill but he said it
trave tne corporation vwy uiuau
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powers. The bill provides mat mo
Housatonic Power Co. ana tne itocity
Riwr no. shall be combined in a com
pany to be known as the Connecticut
Light & Power Co. me company
nronoses to take power from the
Housatonic river but its charter al
lows it to develop light and power
from other rivers in the state.
Renresentative N. Candee of Nor-
walk asked if the bill permitted the
company to take over the municipal
light and power plant in his tpwn. He
was told it did not.
Representative C. N. Hall of New
Milford spoke for the bill. He said
it was intended to develop the power
resources of the Housatonic valley
and that at present a $1,000,000
bleachery is building at New Milford
His townsmen have been assured that
a $3,000,000 corporation employing
3,000 persons will locate in the town
if the proper power and light facili
ties can be guaranteed. He said this
was In line with the development of
that section of the state as an indus
trial as well as an agricultural com
munity. After the bill had been passed and
in order to clinch it, Chairman Talcott
who' voted for the measure moved
that.it be reconsidered. The motion
was lost.
LAKE INVENTION
WILL BE BIG AID
IN MOBILIZATION
Patents Cross-Coimtry Carrier
for Submarines and U
Boat Chasers.
The first active step towards quick
mobilization of saifbmarine and subma
rine chasers is seen in the granting of
patents for a marine carriage which
will probably soon be manufactured In
this city, to Simon Lake. . , v
The device is substantially a "com
bination of the marine Railway "era
die" and a low mounted railway truck.
Its ope rait ion would entail the lower
ing of the specially devised car into
deep-water ways upon -submerged
tracks. A boat would fbe operated into
the cralile, made fast in similar man
ner to that faow used in drawing boats
into shipyards, and hauled upon rail
road tracks to any point desired.
The radius of transportation would
be jimited only by the interference of
overhead obstructions, which might
be struck by the omnlscopers.
Lake's original idea of the '"amphi
bious submarine" and quick" mobility
of coast defenses whereby a fleet of
boats may be transported by land
faster than could be done on the
water or through enemy blockades, is
now carried one step further by the
government's recognition -of the In
ventor's design.
The device, which will render pos
sible the quick formation of a fleet of
submarine chasers upon any part of
the coast line where danger of attack
may be apprehended, is not applicable
at this time to the larger submarines
of wide cruising radius, because of
their great size and weight, but makes
possible the- building of smaller and
less expensive craft by the govern
ment in greater numbers and gives
wider and more efficient coast protec
tion to the country than heretofore.
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Good places
f or girls-
We need more young women who can sell dry goods
and all the other merchandise to be found in a department
store.
There are good places here for such girlsV The work
is pleasant; the wages good. A girl's "opportunity is just
as big as she makes it. ' '
As the store grows bigger, the number of opportuni
ties grows bigger.
That growth makes more salespeople needed.
If you seek enjoyable work, free from unpleasant sur
roundings, here is your opportunity. .
A few men, with selling experience, and busy the rest
of the week, are needed for Saturday afternoon and eve
ning! . . ' .. "'5
NEVV CORPORATION.
KEENAN & HICKMAN
Livery, Boarding and , Sales Stables
1 LOAD OF HORSES
1,100 toa,60o rbs.
City and Farm trade. Also several
acclimated horses. Private sales daily.
PHONE B. 569. 150 P AIRFIELD AVE.
The Bridgeport Sash and Door Co.
of Bridgeport, filed a petition of or
ganization. Authorized capital is $2,
000, divided into 20 shares of $100
each. The shares are divided as fol
lows: Soloman Frank, 18; Max Posner,
1; Samuel Alkoff, 1. The officers are:
President and treasurer, Soloman
Frank; secretary, Max Posner.
SAY MKS. PATTERSON
CANNOT SURVIVE LONG
The death of Mrs. James T. Patter
son, who suffered: a broken neck in an
automobile early last Sunday morn
ing, is expected by physicians at tha
Bridgeport hospital within 24 hours.
She has been gradually growing weak
er and the fact that she has survived
six days is considered renxarka&I tor
the doctors. Mrs. Patterson not only
suffered a broken nee':, tout her spinal
column in two other places was frac
tured. Her husband, who is at the
same institution, is reported as stead
ily improving and it is thought he is
on the roaii to recovery. Ha will not
be informed of his wife's death tia the
shock might result fatally.- He is uf
f ering a broken back.
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