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THE TIMES: JANUAEY 31, 1919 ROLL OF HONOR SENT FROM THE FIGHTING FRONT Washington. Jan. 31. Casualty lists furnished by the Commanding General of the American army and made public today contain 1,241 names divided as follows: Killed in action, 32; died In aeroplane acci dent, 1; died of disease, 42; died from Wounds, 24; died from accident and Other causes, 9; wounded severely, 296; missing in action, 33; wounded, degree undetermined, 413; wounded slightly, 391. Clifford Watson Itobarts, 139 Haw thorne street. Is reported killed in ac tion in today's lists. John J. Carr of 339 Broad street Is reported wounded,, degree undetermined; and Antonio Giannetti, 285 Grand street Is reported dead from wounds. lie had previously been reported miss ing In action. Connecticut has 20 names in to day's lists of dead and wounded. Dli'd from Wounds. Christopher B. Harmon, Hartford. Killed In Action. James C. Kileen, New Haven. (UfTOItll WATSOX ItOBARTS, 139 HAWT1IOIIXK ST., BRIDGE PORT. Diml of Disease. James Giachiana Cantoni, Xor walk. Thomas J. Hushes, Hartford. Wounded Severely. Joseph K Szefel, New Britain. David O'Nell, Waterhury Ieo Kwanictz, New Haven. Meichjor Krajewski. Meriden. Wounded (Dorec Undetermined). Stanislaw Wieczorek, New Lon don. Alfons Hanieski, New Britain. William H. Mitchell, Attawauga. JOHN ,1. CARR, 339 BROAD ST., BRIDGEPORT. Hester Kobochock, Waterbury. Wounded Slightly. Ovide J. Lemieux, Middlotown. John Triuana. New Haven. Jacob J. Waas, New Haven. Killed In Action (Previously Re ported Mlsslns). Joseph G. Dwyer, Waterbury. IMcd rrom Wounds (Previously Re ported Missing) , Alexander Okula. New Britain. ANTONIO GIANNI'TTTT. '285 tlRAND STRETCT, BRIDGEPORT. Retnrned to Duly (Previously Re ported Missing). Secclre Salvatore, Madison. STRATFORD (Special to The Times. " Stratford, Jan. 31. The High school Tlrls who have been using Tuttle'rt litorium for basketball practlca -e notified yesterday that the u the hall -would not be allowed until 3 Q m TMth ol.la nrara alii. n rent the fcall afternoons for a nom inal sum, as neither light nor heat were needed. Ti; iirice for Its use In tre evening would ito prohibitive. The alleged reason for refusing the use of the hall afternoons is that complaint of the noise overhead wn made Iby the employes of the U. iS. T"st office which Is located on the ground floor directly under the hall. Judge Howard CurtlsE has appoint ed iMJss Mary Morehouse to the posi tion of assistant cleric of the town court to fill the vaeonejr to July 1. Jfa. Nevla caused the arrest of Da vid .PlXkanen who he claims Ibroke a bottle on his Imad. After hearing the evidence Judire Curtis lined Hfa and Iavld each $5 and costs. The fire department had a run to Nichols avenue yesterday to take care of a grass fire. There was no damage to property. The petitions Ibelng circulated for the call of a special town meeting read as follows: "To the honorable Board of Selectmen of the town of Stratford: We, the undersigned, legal voters of the town of Stratford heretoy petition your honorable body to call a special' town meeting to act on the following propositions, to wit: "To approve or disapprove of a cer tain Act amending the Charter of the town relative to the appointment of a General Assem'blrr and to require all Acts amending the Charter of the town hereafter to be submitted to the voters of the town for approval or disapproval, (before they shall take effect." "EPIIRIAJVI'S" STH ATFORD GOSSIP (From the files of The Farmer 60 years ago.) At the town meeting held Saturday, Jan. 30, to take action on the ibest and, most economical way of draining the large bodies of water from off the surface of Main street, (between the JOpiseopal and Congregational churchesi a large number of voters were gath ered together. Some (whom the drain age would not particularly benefit) were opposed to the town standing1 the' entire cost and argued that those who lived on the line of improvement should pay one-half the cost. A heat ed discussion followed In which we are sorry to say some very personal re marks 'were made. No definite ac tion was taken ani the meeting ad journed for one week. News Items for publication In The Times may he left at Carten Bros.' Stratford Gtrage, Main street CORTEZ C. ROCKWSIJU plumhlnf and heating; jabbing a specialty. Cor. Mt.ln and Hillside avenue, Stratford. D 10 tf STRATFORD GARAGE Under new management. Repairing promptly attended to. Satisfaction guaranteed. GOOD MINSTREL SHOW AT CASINO FOR SALE Old fashioned 15 room house In Stratford. Gleason, 2890 Main St., Stratford, Conn. ( BRIEF NEWS NOTES A Capronl airplane, carrying 10 ersons, flew from Milan to Rome 00 miles) irv-four and . aaa-half ours. Tex Rickard announced Jack empsey would be the opponent of There's promise of a good min strel show, Monday evening at the State Street Casino. The Co-operative Beneflt'associatlon of the Ameri can Hardware Stores are to stage their first annual show. The pro gram has been worked up under the direction of William H. Lee with the assistance of Jim Conroy. Mr. Lee and Mr. Conroy are well known throughout Bridgeport theatri cal circles. They have re-united and promise two numbers of real merit Mr. Conroy is an eccentric dancer of no mean ability. Those who have JSitc TRYING TO OUST U.S. AGENCIES Attempt Dangerous Because of Demobolization of Troops. "Washington, Jan. 31 Charges that representatives of "private fee charg ing employment agencies" are at tempting to lobby in congress for the abolishment of the United States employment service vere made today by officials of the service. It was said that during the past ten days all members of congress have received circulars from the private agencies and that many manufacturers had been asked to assist in the campaign. "We are fully aware that such at tacks have been made," said John B. Densmore, director general of the Federal employment service. "They are particularly dangerous at this time because of the rapid demobiliza tion of troops and the existing unem ployment in many big cities." Dr. Densmore said that In conjuna tion with the Council of Nsttiott&l De fense and other organizations, th Federal service had established 1,864 bureaus for returning soldiers In ad dition to the 750 offices that the em ployment service itself organized and operates, and that already more than one hundred thousand returning soldiers have been placed in employ ment and that an average of one hun dred thousand persons were being placed in various industries every week. A bill designed to permit Sunday baseball games was introduced in the New York Legislature. London newspapers ere criticising the sending of mail on slow steamers to the United States. HERMAN' SHKUN'SKY Who Will Sing in the Minstrels seen him won't fail to take advantage of the opportunity of seeing him in his laughable antics. It's a strong program right through. Under the direction of Mr. Ijee the talent of the association has been whipped into shape to furnish some worth while amusement. Fred Trudeau, Joney Reidenour, Donald Lynch, Paul Sirrine, with Conroy and Lee, make up a real team of end men. The chorus is large and with new music direct from New York makes a strong background for the show. The program includes numbers by the Whelan Sisters, a well known vaudeville team, Gwendolyn Vincent, a toed ancer of note, a new ballad by Herman Bhelinsky. the tenor, a coon song by Johnny Miles, ami also songs by Jack Sullivan, Ed Hart, Louise Hudson, Nellie Murray, Josephine Simpson, Fred Trudeau and Henry Pond. J. Rudolph Laubscher will open the performance as interloctor and danc ir.g will follow the minstrels. The show will be held at the State street Casino, Monday evening. STOCK MARKET New York, Jan. Motors and oils occupied their usual places of prominence at the opening of today's stock market, gaininer one to two points. Leather and food issues were firm with distilling shares and tobaccos, also Consolidated Gas, but shippings reflected further uncer tainties in the ocean freight rate situation. United States Steel held at a slight gain over yesterday's clos ing quotation but related industrials were dull and irregular with rails. AH Fuel Administration prices, reg ulations and restrictions on anthra cite coal will be removed in a few days. Albert Gregoire, a lawyer and for mer deputy from Metz in the Ger man Reichstag, was expelled from Lorraine. 1 To Remove Dandruff Get a bottle of Danderine at any drug store, pour a little into your hnnd and rub well into the scalp with the finger tips. Ey morning most, if not all, of this awful scurf will have disappeared. Two or three applica tions will destroy every bit of dan druff; stop scalp itching and falling hair. Adv. CHILD GETS SICK CROSS, FEVERII IF CONSTIPATED " California Syrup of Figs" can't harm tender stom ach or bowels. A laxative today saves a sick child tomorrow. Children simply will not tako the time from play to emptv their bowels, which become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish; stomach sour. Look at the tongue, mother! If coated, or your child is listless, cross, feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other children's ailment, give a teaspoonful of "California Byrup of Figs," then don't worry, be cause it is perfectly harmless, and in a few hours all this constipation poison, sour bile and fermenting waste will gently move out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. A thorough, "inside cleansing" Is oftimes all that is neces sary. It should be the first treatment given in any sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, chil dren of all ages and for grown-ups plainly printed on -tlie bottle. Look carefully and see chat it is made by the "California Fig Syrup Company." Adv. Habits Drink and Morphine Selected Nervous and Mild Mental Conditions Satisfactorily Treated The Keeley Institute S07 Wench St.. West Haven. Conn. When your head aches, it is usually caused by your liver or stomach getting out of order. These "sick headaches" quickly disappear as soon as the stomach is relieved of its bilious contents. Right your stomach and , regulate and tone the liver with Beecham's Pills, which rapidly improve conditions and promptly Help HeadacSie Directions of Special Value to Women are with Every Box. Sold by druggist throughout the world. In boxes, 10c, 25c LADIES ATTENTION! I At Saturday's COMMENCING AT 2 P. M. WE WILL GIVE AWAY AS GIFTS DURING THE SALE ABSOLUTELY FREE One Imported Hand Painted Japanese Tea Set, 6 Chocolate Japanese Hand Painted Cups and Sauc ers, 6 Tea Japanese Hand Painted Cups and Sauc ers, One Silved Plated Combination Set, 6 Pair Lace Curtains, 25 Packages Macaroni, 25 Cans Alaska Salmon. Now on view in our show window. Large stock of new and second hand goods to be sold at Auction. Sale starts promptly at 2 p. m. Saturday. TheBridgeport Auction Co. 286-288 FAIRFIELD AVE. Saturday night "will witness the elosr f one of our most successful January Sales. Come in tomorrow and see the choice furniture, rucrs. lace curtains, couch covers that are included in this event. You may find exactly the suite or individ ual piece of furniture you ai;e seeking. "We cannot enumerate all the sale articles. Act this week. Don't regret next month that you did not avail yourself of this opportunity. M ona net Saturday: Special Bridgeport, Conn., January 29, 1919. To the People of Bridgeport and Vicinity: Upon investigation of the retailing of Meats by the Government, it was found that the average retailer does not sell his product in accordance with the supply of various Meats and at prices which would sell a greater quantity of the most readily aATailable products in the wholesale markets. The National Market Company always offers that which is most plenti ful in Meats at a reduced price. Our motto is "to immediately reduce retail prices and take the public into our confidence." Note "National" prices for "qiiality" Meats, which are always based on actualy cutting tests. Yours Respectfully, ROY COHEN, Pros. National Market Co. No Time Limit Specials Our Specials Continue All Day Chuck Roast Lean Pot Roast Fresh Chopped Hamburg Steak C lb Porterhouse nfs Sirloin and Steak c lb Extraordinary Lamb Special Legs oi Lamb Special mlder ot Lai to Roast Rib and Loin Lamb Chops c FRESH BREAST For Potting ml Stewing 2 lbs lor 25c lb Fresh Killed Dry Picked Poultry at Wholesale Prices. Fresh Killed Young Fowl Fresh Killed Roasting Chickens Fresh Killed Broilers VEAL! VEAL ! VEAL! Breast of Milk Veal Fine for Stewing life Shoulder of Veal to Roast Legs and Rumps of Veal 2. lib PORK! PORK! 5000 lbs PORK! PORK! Small Lean . &C Lean Fresh Fresh Shoulders limJ&ifo Callie Hams K? JERSEY PORK LOIN to Roast special 25c lb NATIONAL SPECIALTIES Lean Sugar ggc I Fresh 1U Cured Callie Hams faWIb Beef Liver 'lb Fresh 29c Finest 55 Pork Sausage faIb Creamery Butter Ib Swift's Brookfield CKC Large AQC Eeggs wdoz Jack Rabbits each Largest Retailers of Meats in America Mm lipr 'Phone Noble 479 870 MAIN STREET 65 Stores in 5 States ass Willard for the world's cham ,p i" Bh ' n.