THE TIKES; JANUARY 7, 1918
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-Ads-- Phone -1208
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AMBULANCES Invalid cars and
limousines. Charges reasonable.
James T. Rourke, 1235 Main St.
Phone Barnum 6409. D 7 d5
OKNERAL CARTING, ashes and rub
bish removed, etc., at short notice.
' Also auto trucking, etc. Good ser
vice, right prices. Slattery Bros.
1i Wood Ave. Tel. 4605. T 29 all
ASHES REMOVED to your entire sat
isfaction; yards cleaned. Rubbish
removed at low prices. James All
sop. 55 Tom Thumb St- rear. Tel.
- 2478-4. A 19 a
' BELL YOUR Furniture, Antiques,
books, show cases, stoves, junk,
merchandise to Daniel P. Keane,
1J85 Main St. Phone 4953-2 Bar
num. B 14 a
ALL KINDS of second hand auto mo--biles
for sale here. Call at 54 Gil
bert St. Ask for S. C. Brown,
Bridgeport. R 24 a
: USED FORD CARS bought and sold.
Always a few m stock. Autos re
N paired. All work guaranteed; 1
uard Kna fnr sa.la eheaD Bur-
' rough St. Garage, Cor. East Main
St., Bridgeport. u ib ai;-p
AUTOMOBILE windshield and body
glass set in colored glass and lamp
renairine. Auto Lamp Repair
Shop, 164 Elm St. Phone. A 30 all
MRTZ CARS (the 1917 Wonder)
7 speeds forward, $595, touring car
or runabout. One Ton Truck $69 5.
City Auto Co.. Fairfield & West
Ares. i tr
WE HAVE a large stock of open and
closed rora aeuvery oouieo mi
Ford cars ready to mount on chas
sis. Metropolitan Auto & Carriage
Co., 434 Grand St. Phone, Barnum
33S2. T 18 a
AUTO TRUCKS of every description
from 3-4 to 5 ton, new and sec
ond hand. Hall, 303, City Savings
Bank Bldg. P SO a
' LOCAL AND LONG distance truck
ing, moving and general trucking.
Excursion parties taken out. D.
Mastrony. Telephone Barnum 7684.
290 Capitol Ave. D 30 all'
1 AUTOMOBILE PAINTERS We
paint automobiles, coaches, carri
ages, trucks, vans, carts and wag
ons. M. C. and H. A. Pratt, Rear,
157 Stratford Ave. P 12 tf
FORD SPECIALIST. We repair ev
erything in Ford cars. Thorough
overhauling, workmanship guaran
teed. Buy and sell cars. Postol
"' Bros." 348 Norman St. B 26 a
AUTO REPAIRING of every descrip
tion. No job too difficult. Mag
neto and bearing work a specialty.
Expert Motor Car Repair Co., 324
' Charles St. Barnum 4939. T 13 all
TIRES 32x4 straight side, good
shape $20; 1 1-4 in. Stromberg car-
uretor, splitdorf magnrto, $5. Gun
zer, 320 Connecticut Ave. It 29 tf
i GREAT SALE nf Automobile tires,
TJ. S. Miller, Columbia, AJax, Good
vear: 30x3 $9; 30x3 $11.50; 30x3 1-2
$14; 31x4 $22; 32x4 $20.50; 33x4
$24.50; 34x4 $30. 1192 State St.
B 1 a
! AUTOMOBILE supplies, tires, vulca
nizing and battery charging. Com
plete stock of Ford specialties and
parts. Selected line of factory sec
onds in leading and makes tires.
Ashmore Auto Supply Co., 63 Sterl
ing St. S 21 all
NEW HOME BAKERY. Home made
pies and bakery goods like Grandma
used to make. We can make to
your order Birthday or Wedding
cakes that will suit your pocketbook
and taste. 1737 North Main. St.
B 7 a
MULLIGAN'S BAKERY The best in
everything in the art of baking.
594 Harral Ave. Tel. Barnum 6321.
D 18 a
i ASK YOUR GROCER for Elsenman's
Bread and cakes for sale by all
leading grocers. Bakery 647 Pem
broke street, BrKJjreport. R25 a
i NAIRN AND WELCH, Mason eon
tractors, jobbing and cement work
a specialty. Estimates cheerfully
given. 401 Warner Building. Fair
field Ave. Bamum 2203. A15 all
CTOROFRACnO - NATUREOPATHS
Dr. H. F. Pope; Dr. E. T. Wetherbe,
'building. Room 197 entrance 136
Fairfield avenue. Office hours 9 to
12 a. m., 1:30 to 5 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.
Closed Thursday and Saturday even
ings. Bridgeport Conn. Tel. 6474.
SPECIAL CORSET SALE of factory
seconds (c, i.uu and l.f9. Hik
er's Corset Store, 189 FairfieM Ave,
BRING YOUR ASSORTED COUPONS
to us. We redeem for cash or
ual,,h1n nrpsflnta wn Vi 11 anil onri
ft K. Premium Exchange. 1719 Main
St. Barnum 4747. B26 a
MADAME CLARE, honest, reliable
reader, clairvoyant palmistry and
card reading. 1351 State street near
Howard. Lll tf
CLAIRVOYANT If you want to hear
something to your advantage call
upon the one with a reputation, it
costs no more, reads your life like
.-an open book. Madam Carr. Speaks
even languages, 2S2 William St,
CJ-.y. 118 E-Jp
MRS. LEVY, readings 26c and 50c
Telephone 5552. 1152 Madison Ave.,
formerly of 674 Madison Ave.
6UITS TO ORDER Suits to suit your
purse; cleaning, pressing, repairing.
C. Driicoll, 128 State St. Second
door from Main St A23 a
THE ELITE CO., costumes to rent for
balls, parties, entertainments. Full
dress suits to rent. 118 Bank St.
Barnum 1612. Al a
DR. M. J. BX.UME, The Anagesic
Dentist in the Arcade, Room 21,
Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Phone
5093-2. B SO dj
DYEING AND CLEANING
H. LTN6E, Steam Dyeing and Clean
ing Co., (formerly the Bridgeport
Dyeing and Cleaning Co.) works and
office 292 State St. H. Lynge, Prop..
Phone 4785. T13 a
CRYSTAL CLEANING, DYEING AND
PRESSING WORKS. Goods called
for and delivered. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Telephone Barnum 1355,
342 James St. R29 a
Make your own garments; expert de
signs; instructor will open private
classes; 6 ladies each; subject, Cut
ting. Fitting. Practical Dressmaking
at your residence; lesson 75c. Call
46 Cannon street. Dressmaking
School. I 14 a
GOOD POSITIONS for competent and
well recommended housemaids for
privatef amilies only. Berg's Em
ployment Agency, 656 State St.
Barnum 2333. R 22 a
FARMS FOR SALE
LAKE AND FARMS FOR SALE or
exchange. Farms from $750 up.
Also one and two family nouses in
all parts of the city. O. E. Morgan,
IS Charron St., Barnum 6692.
DAIRY FARM FOR SALE Most
modern uptodate Dairy Farm in
New England. 70 head of first breed
milk cows, 2 large barns, 2 mam
moth ilos, 1 pair horses, dagons,
harness, farming tools. Nearly new
8 room house, 225 acres productive
soil, one milking machine, engine,
etc. 4 miles from Shelton. For terms
apply to J. L. Andrews, 53 Laurel
Ave. Phone Barnum 627. G6 tf
BLACK ROCK near Fairfield avenue
2 lots each 50 x about 160, price
$675. Part cash. Loller, 83 Fairfield
Ave. Room 301. T29 all
FARMS We got several dairy, chick
en and trucking farms within easy
driving distance from this city or
vicinity. Call at once for informa
tion. Tel 2254-2. Office 7S1 Arctic
St. corner Hallet A5 a
LOTS FOR SALE We have for sale,
Sixteen lots on North Main street.
Thompson, Yeomans & Svhira, Inc.
Newfield Building, Barnum 467
FARMS FOR SALE 116 Acres of
good land.grow anything, $950, $600
cash payment; 35 acres, good 7
room house and other out buildings
1,200, ?700 payment; 25 acres 12
room house and barn, $1,600, $500
payment; 200 acres good set build
ings, $5,000. Casey, 807 Conn. Nat
Bank Bldg. Tel. Noble 297. PIS tf
DR. MANSFIELD, FOOT SPECIAL
IST. 1107 Main St., over Dillon's,
cures bunions, callouses pared, 50
cents. I still practice the famous
Mansfield Method which cures.
Open afternoons and Sundays.
FOR SALE CHEAP Houseboat, 4
sleeping rooms and large living
room. Stevens, 320 Eagle St.
HORSES FOR SALE Watson wag
ons, double dump carts, double trucks
with harness, single carts, harness.
James Doolan and Son, Frank St.
FOR SALE One ton Studebaker
truck, first class condition. Apply
1208 Mdn St On account of draft.
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES for sale,
lowest price in city. Electrical con
tracting. Phone Barnum 7904. Chas.
Krason, 38 Pleasant St. Call even
ings. Dl all
FOR SALE Paneled frame with
doors for three toilets; summer half
doors, stove pipe, chairs, kitchen
utilery, parlor suite, wardrobes.
Royal Hotel. S26 all
FOR SALE Selling out Poultry fix
tures, Cyphers Incubators and
brooders, feeding troughs and ma
chinery. Perfect condition. Oster
hout 30 Hollister Ave. Barnum
6016-12. S1J all
FOR SALE Seven passenger Chal
mers 1915 model in good running
condition $700; in good paint; also
Ford commercial car. Ideal Garage,
170 Thompson St. Phone Barnum
4986-5. S24 tf
MICKELSON, the well known tailor
has removed to 104 Bank St. Clean
ing, pressing, repairing. Full dresa
suits to rent 86 an
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
LET US exchange something you want
lor something you don t want. Mil
ford Realty Co.. Room 207 Conn.
National Bank Building. Phone Bar
num H25 tf
5c GLOVES CLEANED 5c Cleaning
and dyeing all kinds. American Dye
ing and Cleaning Co. Tel. 1028-4
Office 69 Cannon St. T24 a'
COHEN'S GLASS STORE Plate
glass, window glass and bent glass
for show cases; glass tops for fur
niture; Mirrors Made to Order and
Reailvered, 850 Stte St., Bridge
port, Conn. Telephone Barnum
2581. G10 tf
SEE THE BRIDGEPORT GLASS CO.
Glaziers for French and American
window, mirror, picture and show
case glass. 31 Middle St Phone 4656
MEN'S Soft and Stiff Hats at factory
special price ji.oo. Hats to order a
specialty. All kinds. Ladies' and
men's hats renovated, latest stvle.
Meath's Hat Shop, 109 Bank St., be
tween Mam and Broad, upstairs.
SI 2 tf
NO SOILED or damaged goods by our
work. Specialty in ladies' washing.
Dyeing and cleaning, French-Amer
ican Hand iAwrdry, 243 Fairfield
Ave. , Til a$
HAIR DRESSING Hair goods, Mari-
nello Creams and .Powders, bnalnr
pooing, etc., Sarah Raycroft, 83
Fairfield Ave., 206 Warner Bids.
Phone Bar. 953. H24 tf
HAIR MAKER Switches, transfor
mations, mnrphps and Duffs made
from combings; combings bought; j
switches for sale; reasonable prices.
Mrs. George Patrick, 271 State fee.
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED First class machinists,
particularly those who preier to live
in Waterbury. Steady work, good
pay, and good working conditions.
The Waterbury Tool Company, East
Aurora St., Waterbury, Conn. A 4 8
HOUSES TO KENT
LIST HOUSES AND STORES to rent
with us. we have numerous appli
cants all the time. Fred C. Jennings,
Room 405 Warner building, 83 Fair
field Ave. Phone Barnun 5480.
HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR SALE--A new 5 room cottage,
Park St., Paradise Green. All im
provements, lot 50x280 Easy pay
ments. 3 minutes from trolley. S. B.
Brewster, 33 Arcade. T17 tf
FOR SALE North Main section, two
family house, electricity, gas, bath,
all improvements; also new seven
room cottage, late improvements
with extra lot and garage. Warner,
301, Warner Bldg. T9 a
WILL SACRIFICE Almost new cot
tage on trolley line in Stratford for
quick sale. For particulars enquire
Arthur Dennison, 411 State St.
FOR SALE Cottage, 6 rooms, all im
provements; also about 30 huilding
lots; good building proposition. Ju
lius Tesiny, 1119 Broad St. D8 tf
FOR SALE Cottage 2 rooms and
very large porch, locstod on high
ground, lot 50x100; price $1200.
Terms. M. B. Lol'.er, 83 Fairfield
Ave. Room 301. G25 tf
HOUSES FOR SALE $250 buys one
family house near St. Vincent's. All
improvements but heat. State Realty
Co., 925 Main St. 122 tf
HOUSES FOR SALE1 East Side near
William St. 2 family double house,
15 rooms, improvements. Price $6,
000, part cash. M. B. Loller, 83 Fair
field Ave. Tel. B. 2553. T29 a
HOUSES FOR SALE 2 family house,
Newfield Ave., near Seaview. has all
improvements. Lot 50x100. For par
ticulars inquire of W. M. Redfield
88 Clnnon St. P9 tf
EAST SIDE, 2 family double house,
15 rooms and 2 baths, hot air heat.
Price $6,000, part cash. M. B. Lol
ler, 83 Fairfield Ave. Room 301. Tel
2563 Barnum. A16 tf
SEVERAL TWO FAMILY HOUSES
and bungalows for sale on easy
terms, within few minutes walk
from trolley. East End. 731 Arctic
St. Tele.phone Joseph Kalafus.
$300 CASH, balance as rent, will buy
new seven room cottage with every
improvement in North End, block
from North Main St. cars. R31 tf
$5500 $800 cash buys 10 room 2
family house, all improvements, ex
tra large lot. Phons Barnum 7485.
BEAUTIFUL residence on extra large
lot, garage, residential section. Sac
rificed at a bargain if sold at once.
Phone Barnum 7484 or Box J Z,
Care of Times. R10 tf
HOUSE FOR SALE 6 family house,
income $982 year; price $3,850.
$2,000 cash. Incr 3 105 Meigs Bldg,
Barnum 5254. P25 a
$3,70,0 BUYS 2 family house in South
End, all improvements. $700 cash
required. Home Title, I. N. S. and
Trust Co., 109 Wall St. Dll tf
EVERYTHING points to a great city
on the Housatonic. Intervale will be
in the heart of it. Houses for sale.
See Malcolm T. Kerr. R7 s31 tf
AT A BARGAIN beautiful 2 family
house near North Main St. 12 rooms
all improvements, fine neighbor
hood. Must be seen to be apprecia
ted. Home Title, I. N. S. and Trust
Co., 109 Wall St. Dll tf
BROOKLAWN, practically new 6
room bungalow, all improvements,
good neighborhood, $500 cash.
Phone Barnum 7485. Box B. Y. Care
of Times. R10 tf
DESIRABLE OffE and two family
houses, building lots, farms and sub
urban homes. R. T. Blakeley, 925
Main St. S29 all
HOUSE ONLY $2,000, North End.
Looking for rents or furnished
rooms? We have them, all parts of
city. Bowers, room 304 Warner
Bldg. Phone 7488 a. m,, 6380 p. m.
MADISON TERRACE Two-family
house, 13 rooms, all improvements.
Loewith & Co., 116 Bank St. Tel.
Barnum 99. tf .
CENTRALLY located cottage, 8
rooms, oak floors, tile bath, electric
ity, garage, $5,500; $1,500 cash.
Phone Barnum 748 5. R10 tf
BEAUTIFUL 1, 2 and 3 family houses
in Jill parts of the city, for sale on
easy terms. Home Title, I. N. S.
and Trust Co.. 109 Wall St. Dll tf
WANTED INVENTORS to send for
one of my booklets on U. S. and
Foreign patent. Mercer SD. Blondel.
Patent Solicitor. Conn. National
Bank Building. B27 tf.
DAMAGE IS ABOUT ALL fire can do
to your property. Insurance costing
l-2c a day protects you. All the par
ticulars at D. B. Boothe & Co., Conn.
Bank Building. SI 5 tf
IF YOU WANT Fire insurance. If you
want your house rented. Property
sold. Call on ua. We want your busi
ness. Let us try. Chas. S. Cole, 2 51
State St. HI 6 tf
MEN 26 wanted, paid daily taking
orders, collecting bonuses paid;
steady, independent employment all
nationalities employed. Stevensons,
14 Bank ctreet. G20 tf
LOTS FOR SALE Buy a lot at. Ooak
Hill, North Main street and raise
your own vegetables. Price $224 per
lot. I'tiompaon, leomans & Svhira
Tnc. Newfield Building. U12 tf
Times Want Ads. Bring Best
MORTGAGE NOTES and Commercial
paper bought and sold. Mortgage
foreclosures stopped at once. Lester
C. Lowe, Room 409, Warner build
ing. Tel 228 Noble. D9 aS
BUY YOUR WIFE or beat girl their
jewelry, watches, diamond, rings
of Parker, the Jeweler, 9 P. O. Ar-
cade. T 12 all
IF IT IS JUNK sell it to Jacob Bros.
55 Kossuth St. Tel. Barnum 236-217.
JUNK DEALER Union Junk Co.
pays highest prices for everything
in junk line. We call for 50c worth
up. 27 Clarence St. Phone Barnum
2503-2. Try once, you will be satis
fied. G29 all
LADIES' CUSTOM TAILOR
GORDON, Ladies' and men's tailor.
Ladies' suits to order. Also clean
ing, pressing, dyeing, repairing. 960
Stratford Avenue, corner Beardsley
Lane. U9 d
LADIES' HAT REBLOCKING
E. E. STONE, 1S State Street will be
prepared on or about Feb. 5 to re
model your hats in the very newest
spring styles. B 17 all
& Co. deal
ers in guns,
k 1 e and
goods. Keys fitted, locks, guns, revol
vers and steel tape repaired; saws fil
ed and light repairing of all kinds at
Smith's Gun Store, 95 Wall St. Tel.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Bunch of keys. Finder please
return to 269 East Washington Ave.
and receive reward. A 5 s
H. Al. BOWDREAN CO., Manufactur
ers metal goods, dies, tools, gauges,
rebuilders of electric motors and
light engines. 57 Golden Hill
FRESH MEATS and groceries, vege
tables in season. Green and moving
picture stamps. Michael Robstock,
1824 Seaview Ave., John Meyer,
manager. H29 tf
GET YOUR right smart hat Japan
ese ornaments and other important
novelties at Etta Murphy's, East
Main between Arctic and Maple
Streets. S22 d
VIOLINS, CELLOS, Gibson Mando
lins, Guitars, Orpheum Banjo-Man
dolin. Everything for musicians.
Gilman Music Studio, 236 Fairfield
Ave. Tel. 5937 T3 a
TYPEWRITING, addressing. Sears
stenographer and notary public, 108
Meags Bldg., 12b Fairfield Ave. Bar
num 6370. A5 a
HILDING ROLAND GUSTAFSON,
Violinist and Instructor. Studio, 48
Taylor Buildine. 46 Cannon St.
E. RHEY GARRISON, Pianist and in
structor. Manager Beethoven Trio.
For dates, address 46 Cannon St.
Noble 202. A3 a
PIANOS, PLAYERS and alking Ma
chines. New and second hand vio
lins and cellos. Over three thousand;
all sizes. Fotch 844 Noble Ave.
PIANO LESSONS. Graduate of Mt. St.
Joseph Seminary, Hartford. Lessons
at home if preferred. Miss Margaret
Wattcrs, 64 Lewis St. Bl a
PIANO LESSONS Three months
course: for adult beginners. Quick
method. Evenings. Children after
noons. Mrs. Clark, 1167 Iranistan
Ave. H14 tf
SERVICES OFFERED Piano lessons
3 months course for adult begin
ners. Quick method. Evenings. Mrs.
Clark. 1667 Iranistan Ave. H14 tf
EYEGLASSES AND SPECTACLES of
every description. Louis E. Carsten
sen. Registered Optometrist, 411
Security Building:. 1115 Main St.
Tel. Barnum 383S. A31 df
PAINTING AND DECORATING
KAPLAN AND' MAGILNICK BROS,
shop 344 Center St. Decorating, pa
perhanging, painting of all kinds.
Office 119 Capitol Ave. P21 all
FRED H. BOWERSOCK, B. a E., LL.
B. Attorney and Counsellor at Law
in Patent and Trademark Cases. So
licitor of ratents. 925 Main St..
Suite 20. Phone 112 Barnum. 14
years practice in New York city.
New York ottire. tio. 3 Hector St.
PIANOS TUNED, Wrozina expert
piano and piano player maker and
repairer, late of Fox Piano Co. Bar
num 4339-2. 510 Colorado Ave. P7 a
PIANO TUNING Service that is ex-
Dert and reliable. Phone Barnum
1620. Your order will receive prompt
attention. Rolland E. Hart, sole
agent Krocger Pianos and Player
. Pianos. 1119 Broad St. S23 ap
POOL AND BILLIARDS
NEW POOL BILLIARD PARLOR
just opened. Cigars ana tobacco. 261
Noble Ave. Joe Grand, proprietor.
Next door to Spanish club. I 22 aj
POULTRY AND SUPPLIES
TO PRODUCE EGGS, feed hens equal
amount of Dry Mash and Scratch,
Standard Feed Co., 1684 Main St.,
PHOTOGRAPHS and Portraits of all
leading styles; prices reasoname;
work guaranteed. Pearlen Photo
Shop, 23 Arcade. S16 aH
PHOTOGRAPHS Get your pictures
taken here for presents to send to
your friends. Hallett St Studio, 569
Ha lien St G26 s;
CAMERAS, Films, papers, supplies
developing, printing, enlarging fo
amateurs Arcane Photo Supply Stu
I dio. 23 Arcade. S 16 a
LOUIS F. NUTTING, physical treat
ments by heat, electrioity or mani
pulation. Rooms 309-310, City Sav
ings Bank, 952 Main St. Office hours
week days 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Ri. tf
WHO'S YOUR PRINTER? Let us do
it. Business cards, circulars, invita
tions," etc. National Printing Co. Bar
num 2606-4. 361 Fairfield Ave.
IF IT IS real estate or business oppor
portunlties you want to buy or sell,
Inquire David Apstetn, 373 Stillman
street. Telephone. U17 a!
REAL ESTATE WANTED
I WANT 1, 2 or 3 family houses. If
price and location suit will buy im
mediately for cash. Home Title, I.
N. S. and Trust Co. 109 Wall St.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
REAL ESTATE Frank CElia & Son,
667 Washington Ave. Property
bought and sold; rents collected;
Italian interpreter for all occasions.
Barnnm 1654-3. B6
GLOBE RESTAURANT, 385 Fairfield
Ave, 58 Cannon St. Regular dinner
or supper 25c. We serve the bet
meals in the city, also the best but
ter and coffee. Give us trial, oppo
site Police Station. S14 tf
RUBBER STAMPS made by us are
reliable, we carry a complete line
of stamps, supplies, ink pads, daters,
rubber type, etc. The Schwerdtle
Stamp Co., 41 Cannon St.
SCALES Expert repairing and ad
justing, all makes scales including
counting and computing. Prompt
service. Barnum 2277. Bridgeport
Scale & Supply Co., 183 John St.
ART STORE Have your picture
iraming Hons at Watkm's Art Store.
Materials and workmanship the
best. 1091 Broad St. 122 d
LET US FIGURE on your signs. Signs
that are . Connecticut Sign Co..
437 Hallett St. G. Samerotte. S22 a
R. L. FORBES, Sign and picture
painting, gold signs reburnished and
made like new. 136 Colorado Ave.
Phone Barnum 6700. T16 all
P. MARCHESE has removed directly
across the street to 2366 Main St.,
first class shoe maker, repairing,
shoes made to order, good work
manship. T 8 a
WE REPAIR SHOES by the Good
year welt shoe repairing system. J.
Lopresti Co., 2038 Main St near
North Ave. D 5 a
GOODEAR SHOE REPAIRING CO.,
60 Cannon St., and 941 East Main
St. No connection with other so
called Goodvear shops. Tel. 1391.
Winfield S. Black. Prop. Ul tf.
SPIRITUALIST MEDIUM Dr. Marie
Davidson, Ph. D. M. S. T. Graduate
of the New York Academy of Sci
ence. An ordained minister of the
seminary of Harmonial Philosophy
of Chicago, 111., Scientific and Spir
itual reader. Advise on business
sickness, all affairs of life. Phone
Noble 36. 1430 Main St. T7 all
SPIRITUAL READING by a born me
dium. Mrs. Clark, 596 Newfield Ave.
Daily except Thursday . Spiritual
meetings every Tuesday night, 7:30.
MRS. HEATON BARNES, spiritualist
medium, readings daily. Meeting
Thursday evening 7:"30 p .m. for the
unfolding of spiritual gifts. 426 Har
ral Ave. D22 a
MRS. NELLIE LOVERIDGE readings
daily. Spiritualist meetings Sunday
evenings 7:30. The public cordially
invited, 781 Main St. D27 !
MRS BLANCHE BARNARD spiritual
readings daily. Sunday by appoint
ment. Phone Barnum 6695. 198
South Ave. D30 all
MADAM RITTA spiritualist medium,
best in the state. Readings every
day. Tells your age and everything
you want to know. 1029 State St,
MOORE'S STORAGE WAREHOUSE.
Furniture and china packing; ex
perienced packers. Separate rooms
for furniture and pianos. Barnum
2227. 569 Union Ave.
DR. ALICE L. FITCH, specialists, 410
State, corner Courtland St. Office
hours 2 to 5 p. m. and by appoint
ment Pi 9 tf
TEA AND LUNCH ROOM
WAHNETA TEA ROOM. Sepcial at
tention given to parties and small
banquets. Auto lunches our special
ty. 593 Fairfield Ave. Phone Bar
num 7580. A31 a
FIVE ROOM FLAT with improve
ments, central, $25. G. W. Coggs
wll. 220 Mfiigs Building. A 4 sp
TRUCKING, carting ashes, stone,
sand, bricks, etc. Also cellar excava.
ting. Hallock B. Kaiji ."i Son, 1031
Madison Ave. Brnnm ZTl. Rio a
WE WILL COVER and furnish all
material for 5 piece parlor suit,
guarantee all workmanship at first
class, ten patterns to select from,
for $12 to $15. Scally Bros; 401
State street. P6 tf
J. WEISS, upholsterer, box springs,
hair mattresses made to order, fur
niture refinishing. 1037 State St,
Casino Building, Barnum 2281.
FOR SATISFACTION in watch and
clock repairing go to Henry C. Reid
and Son. Watchmakers, Room 210,
Conn. National Bank Bldg. 1024
Main St - H2J tf
WATCH .TOUR WATCH! When it
stops bring it to us. We guarantee
satisfaction-. Henry C. R'd &
Room 210 Conn. Nat Bank Bldg.
1024 Main St. H30 t
WANTED TO BUY,
NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNI
TURE bought and sold. Drop postal
or phone Charles Oppenheim, 1484
Main St. Barnum 4142-2. T24 a
WANTED to buy old false teeth, any
condition. ijoiaoerg, io ran-iieiu
Ave., over Royal Lunch. T3 a
FURNITURE We pay best prices for
'second hand furniture of all kinds.
Louis Fodeman, 1449 Main St Bar
num 1038. D27 a
WANTED TO BUY all kinds of second
hand furniture. Geo. F. Totams,
Redfleld's old stand, 43 Harrison St.
Phone 1015-2. D21 tf
WINDOW SHADES of every descrip
tion. Estimates cheerfully given.
Neuss & Vaughn, Corner Broad and
WITH EGGS NEARING THE $
MARK. Look to your hens. Park &
Pollards world renown dry mash
and scratch feed will make your
hens lay. Standard Feed Co., Bulls
Head, will fill your order. G31 a
CATERER Mrs. Edward D. Waters,
34 Court St, Phone Barumn 3466.
FURNACES I specialize in installing
hot air heating systems. Furnaces
overhauled. Proper heating guaran
teed. Saunders, 617 East Washing
ton Ave. Phone, also plumbing and
tinning. Gil d
PHONOGRAPHS Edison Diamond
- Amberola Phonograph and records.
Call or write us about our free trial
offer of machines; all kind of ma
chines repaired. H. H. Leopold, 13 S9
Main St B17 a
FURNITURE Highest prices paid
for furniture, carpets, and stores. R
Ginsburg, 1641 Main St. LSI a(l
LADIES GUARANTEED PLACER
OFFER Ladies, Boys, Girls our
guaranteed placers pays $6 dozen.
Trial dozen forwarded any address
$15. Independent employment Ste
venson's Institute, Bridgeport, Conn.
FURS REPAIRED, altered, and dyed.
We sell furs at retail wholesale
prices. A. Tesiny Fur Shop, 1119
Broad street, up stairs. 115 tf .
I PAY HIGHEST prices for second
hand furniture and merchandise of
every description, 641 East Wash
ington Ave. near East Main. A.
Noot. Phone Noble 49. 113 a
SUITS TO ORDER $20. French clean
ing, pressing, repairing, new fall
and winter styles here to select
from. Call and be convinced. Green
blatt, the tailor, 1987 Main St., Bar
num 1629-13. D27 a-
POOL PARLOR Nice cool, up-to-date
pool, billiard parlor, cigars to
bacco, soda. Christy Testo, 629 Har
ral Ave. L17 tf
NOTICE Richard F. Cuddihy an
nounces that he has purchased the
meat and grocery business of James
F. Steigler, located at 728 Maple
wood Ave. Patrons will continue to
enjoy the same efficient service.
VOGHT sells your business; list now;
cash buyers waiting; groceries, con
fectioneries, poolrooms, restaurants.
Barnum 6380. Voght, 304 Warner
Building. B18 aI
SIDEWALKS Tar and cement side
walks, roofing, blue stone and ce
ment curb, sand and gravel. Phone
7139. Thomas Broderick, 1305 North
Ave. R18 u
YALE MISFIT CLOTHING CO., pays
highest prices for gent s second hand
clothing. Send postal, will call, 688
Main St. L9 tf
BUYER AND SELLER of new and
second hand furniture. Ice boxes,
gass toves, screens, etc. L. H. Thay
er, 261 State. Pohne Barnum 1084.
BATHS Turkish and Rssian baths
and shower baths 35c. Ladies' day
Fridav. Special hair cutting. Up-to-date
shop. 565 Lafayette St. D15 a
CALL ME HARRY Harry Unger. ci
gars, tobacco, stationery, periodic
als, newspapers, magaaines of all
kinds. Also nice line of confection
ery, 674 East Main street. D7 a
SCREENS, doors, windows, veranda
and balconv screens to order, rienry
C. Hoffman & Co., 51 Lewis St.
Phone 901-5. R8 bp
BEETHOVEN TRIO Concert recital
and wedding receptions. O. R. Gar
rison, 46 Cannon St B7 all
CARPETS CLEANED by the old reli
able Bridgeport Steam uarpe.
Cleaning Co. Tel. Barnum 3585.
Store suitable for any
business. Best growing
residential section in the
city. Full particulars.
ANDERSON & GO.
53 JOHN ST.
30 Toolmakers wanted
work. Highest wages
j TOOL j
JSo otners need apply, laeai wormng conaiuons
We have the best equipped tool room in theity 48
fi aap Ainnn
Even Railroad Officials Un
aware of Movements of
His Special Trains.
London, Jan. 7 (Correspondence of
The Associated Press) So closely Is
the German Emperor guarded when
he travels by rail through Belgium
that his movements are kept even
from the railroad officials handling
his train up to the last possible mo
ment, according to a correspondent of
the Chronicle who has several times
witnessed the Emperor's arrival.
"Whenever the passage of the Im-
perial train is to take place the fact is
not known to the chief railway official
until the same day, and to his sub
ordinates not until a quarter of an
hour before the arrival," the corres
pondent says. "In the station the
lines are all kept free."
Describing one such arrival of the
Emperor's train the correspondent
says: "All workmen, on this occasion,
whether Belgian or German were dis
patched outside, and access to the sta
tion was forbidden. This applied to
all passengers as well. The military
guards occupying parts of the station
and environs were ordered to leave
their posts and pile their arms. The
only persons allowed on the platform
were the stationmaster, his employes
nnnninted to work th slp-nnln n nrj
the military chief. There was no
guard of honor, no manifestation
"This clearing of th,e station takes
place at every station through which
the train passes, which it does at the
maximum regulation speed. At Brus
sets detrainment took place opposite
the Place Rogier, which, is a military
post since the occupation.
"The space in front of the station,
which is always forbidden ground to
passengers, was occupied by several
motor cars. As soon as the Emperor
entered his car the small fleet ran
swiftly to the Pare Rue Royale, where
the Kaiser stayed several hours.
"During the presence of the Kaiser
the officials always display the utmost
nervousness in fear of anything tak
ing place, and they always breathe a
sigh of relief when their master is
gone. The fact that even the military
are obliged to retire and pile their
arms seems to suggest a distrust of
his own army." ' ,
LAKEWOOD, N. J.
Situated ia a pics forest with
beautiful lakes, fine motoring
roads, golf, polo and every op
portunity nr living out of doors
throughout the winter.
Fifty miles from New York
Ecae mate smites, Bflk. man, im
poB&oj iRai own 36 bcr Ems,
RATE'S AMERICAN PLAN
taclticifoz meals $3.00
psr iay and upwards
BwUa with Picnic mm ta,
R. M. LARRAEEE, Prop
Rim i-l EEEEtZ!z3
IF IT IS JUNK SELL IT
TO JACOB BROS.
55 KOSSUTH STREET
Tel. Barnnm 236-237
Prices ! Prices ! ! Prices ! ! !
Where can you get
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eerier value man oy using
Furniture, Cut Glass and
W. H. LATTDT
703 Main St. Tel. 5585
80 acres,. SO acres tillable, balance
In pacture and woodland, brcik honse
of 7 rooms, barn, silo, all buildings in
the best of shape, 6 cows, 3 yearlings,
4 young calves, 25 bens, all tanning
tools, 30 tons hay In barn, apple
orchard. Price $2,600. Casta
Let as show you this farm.
Alfred H. Clark & Son
1024 MAIN ST. ROOM 4O0.v
at once on punch and die
paid to experienced men
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