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GUIDE" American Navy Needs 358,000 Sailors Effectively to Man Its Ships By CAPT. W. A. MOFFETT, U. S. S. Mississippi ' '::''! r ' v . ' - The American things, even since vering constantly such a high state battle tomorrow or go to a tea party. Nevertheless strength on many The authorized strength of the regular navy is 138,000 men. The navy's estimate of its need is 358,000 men. number. But the last congress adjourned without giving us the author! zation for this number. The navy must not be handicapped. If it is all the money spent for liberty bonds and all the money that will be pledged to the Victory loan will go for naught. The United States must have a navy to back up its ideals. Peace must not dismantle the navy. And this is the problem Chicago and the middle West must We Gave You the Citizenship and By U. S. JUDGE CHARLES In sentencing a North Dakota ' . You received your final papers . 'which you then took you renounced , many and to the emperor of Germany, and swore that you would bear true faith and allegiance to the United States. What did that mean? That you would set about earnestly growing an American soul and put , away your German soul. That is Have you done that ? I do not everything Germaii and stifled everything American. You have preached German, . prayed German, read German, sung German. Every thought cf your mind and every emotion of your heart through all these years has been German. Your body has been in America, but your life has been in Germany. If you were set ; in harmony with your environment. There have been a good many Germans before me in the last month. They have lived in this country, like yourself, ten, twenty, thirty, forty Years, and thev had to erive their evidence through an interpreter. There or r . m w v was written all over every one of them, "Made in Germany' I do not blame you and these men alone. I blame my country. We urged you to come; we welcomed you; you land; we conferred upon you the and then we left you. ; Brteriuer LJoyc With a Forecast By J. L. GARVIN, Editor London Observer ' 1 v $fhe i chief significance of the . commons is that it marks him out : causes '.of, peace and progress after leader as well: We must remember what an incomparable advantage Brit ish l-political i conditions give in the long run ; to 'any .man who achieves ' "personal supremacy. , , , V ' Longrafter Wilson has ceased to or Clemenceau to be French premier, not only play the same part as he, does now but will pe more and more recognized as the strongest statesman of his time. yj If the league of nations is to be world is to be saved from war before the lapse of another decade, Lloyd George, in our view, will have to do more than' any other statesman to develop the league and to avert calamity in democratic affairs. 4 , It is about as certain as anything in the future can be that if North- cliffe continues the controversy on personal lines such controversy would inean the end of Northcliffe as a proprietor of , syndicated newspapers. Legislation would be introduced and carried putting an end to multiple proprietorship of the opinion-making powers of the press. "It Is Hard to Find Words to Paint German Portrait Black Enough" By JOHN BURROUGHS 1 , Such a. fighting machine as the Germans turned out the world never before had seen. The tread of their armies seemed to make the world ' tremble. But lacking moral force, lacking a worthy cause, bent only on murder and arson and pillage, void of enthusiasm for human weal and human rights, they had no sustaining power, and went to pieces on the moral purpose of the enemy as the waves break upon the granite rocks. An empire in ruin is what we now, behold. The vulture devours its own vitals. It is hard to find words to paint the German portrait black enough. , Let any fair-minded, cool-headed man sit down and try dispassionately to think of the deeds they have been guilty of in this war, and see if he does not grow hotter and hotter the longer he thinks. There are still 70,000,000 Germans all unrepentant. In a few gen erations there will be 100,000,000 of them, and they will not have changed for the good one iota. Their porcine propensities and unscrupulous, char acter will remain unabated. They are of the earth earthy. They wallow in materialism; they have ceased to produce literature, art, music or philosophy J they have run all to materialism for the past two or three generations, and to expect any radical change in them is to expect the eerpent to walk upright or to forget to use its fangs. Maude Eadford Warren Curiously this war has opene,d relatively larger vistas of opportunity to German women than those it revealed to , the women of any other nation. Before the great conflict, when Frau Schmidt wished to buy a pair of boots for little Rudolph the austere Herr Schmidt first must be consulted, and the same procedure was followed in virtually all transactions of life. But the casualty lists taught the German woman independence of action; nor will she surrender that, no matter what broth is brewed in the revolutionary cauldron. .. Marshal Foch Bolshevism is a disease which attacks conquered coun tries. Conquering nations like our own will remain free from it. navy has accomplished marvelous the armistice. It has been maneu and training its men, and it is in of efficiency that it could go into any day as easily as you or I could thia great ocean machine is in dan srer. The reservists are eettiner out. The enlisted vessels has been reduced. Impor tant units will have to be tied up at the dock unless there is some relief and the relief rests in congress It cannot be effective with a lessei solve. Diadem of American Then Left You" F. AMIDON. North Dakou preacher convicted of disloyalty.' as a citizen in 1898. By the oath and adjured all allegiance to 6er what your oath of allegiance meant. think you have. You have cherished down in Prussia today you would be we gave you opportunity; we gave diadem of American citizenship vs. Northcliffe, of the Future prime minister's declaration in the as not only the nation's leader of new Armageddon but probably the world's be president of , the United States Lloyd Georg in all likelihood will "a living and, working reality, if the BUSINESS CONCERNS WHO ARE MEMBERS OF THE NEW HAVEN TRADES' COUNCIL'S CO-OPERATIVE CAMPAIGN. In Accordance with the Policy Adopted by The New Haven Trades Council it is Our Duty to Co-Operate with Those who Co-Operate with Us. Consult this List Carefully before Making any Purchases. Every Concern Represented Here Wants Your Trade Enough to Bid for It Directly Through Our Own Labor Newspaper. ANTIQUE CHINA Wylie, on the Green, 954 Chapel St ATHLETIC GOODS L. E. Bennitt, 934 Chapel St AUTOMOBILES The Howard Company, 228-260 Boule vard, near Kimberly Ave. The White Motors Co., 266 Crown St AUTOMOBILE GARAGE The Howard Company, 228-260 Boule vard, near Kimberly Ave. Jitney Service Co., 95 Meadow St AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Coan & Bunnell, Inc., on the ground floor, 25-27 Center St AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES Horton-Galld-Creamer Co., 422-426-428 State St The White Motors Co., 266 Crown St BAKERIES Chamberlain, "The Cruller Man," 147 Temple St BANES Connecticut Savings Bank, corner Church and Crown Sts. First National Bank, 40-42 Church St Mechanics Bank, The, Church and Center Sts. , . i Merchants National Bank, State cor ner Chanel- National Savings Bank. 145 Orange St National Tradesmens Bank The, 96 urange at. New Haven Savings Bank, Orange corner Court Jst Peoples Bank & Trust Co., 804 Chapel St - . Second National Bank, The, 135 Church bt opposite The Green. Union & New Haven Trust Co The, 57 Church St BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES Horton-Gallo-Creamer, Co, 422-426-428 State St BOOKS AND STATIONERY Whitlock's Book Store Inc. 219-221 Elm St. BOOTS AND SHOES' Besse-Richey Co, 784 Chapel St Cummings & Frawley, Boston Branch Shoe Store, 845 Chapel St Meigs & Co., Inc., 91 to 95 Church St Simpson, Fulton & Co., 982 Chapel St Sorosis Shoe Co, 814 Chapel St BOWLING AND BILLIARDS Johnson's Bowling Academy, 171 George St BUILDING CONTRACTORS The Sperry Engineering Co.", 82 Church St- BUSINESS COLLEGE The Butler School, Orange and Court Sts, entrance 131 Court bt Stone Business College, 116 Church corner Chapel St, opposite The Green. CAMERAS City Hair Pharmacy Co, The, 159 Church St, next to City Hall. Fritz & Hawley, Inc., 816 Chapel St CARPETS AND RUGS BuIIard's. 91-97 Orange St Collins Furniture Co, 409 State St W. B. Hall, 458 to 470 State, near Elm St Window Shade Co, 75-81 Orange St 4C. E-Z" GAS LIGHTS Gas Co.'s Appliance Dept, 70 Crown St CHECKING ACCOUNTS . First National Bank, 40-42 Church St. Mechanics Bank,, The, Church and Center Sts. Merchants National Bank, State cor ner Chaoel. National Tradesmens Bank, The, 96 Orange St Peoples Bank & Trust Co, 804 Chapel St Second National Bank, 135 Church St, opposite The Green. Union & New Haven Trust Co, The, 57 Church St CHILDREN'S CLOTHING ON 'CREDIT The Brennan Store, Gately & Brennan, loo Meadow bt CHINA AND GLASSWARE Wylie, on the Green, 954 Chapel St. CIGARS 'Country Life" Cigars, Distributed by Stoddard, Gilbert & Co, Inc., New Haven, Norwich, Waterbury, Bridge port 'Woodbridge" Cigars, Miner, Read & Tullock, Distributors, New Haven, Bridgeport, Meriden, New Britain. CIGAR MANUFACTURERS A. Kafka & Co.) makers of "Evermore," N. H. Register" and "General Hale" Cigars, 119-121 Meadow St CLOTHIERS Adams & Manning, 968 Chapel St Besse-Richey Co, 784 Chapel St Chase & Company, 1018-20 Chapel bt Hyman's Inc., 18-22 Church St J. Johnson & Sons, "The Live Store," 85-89 Church St C. E. Longley Co, 97-105 Church St Meigs & Co., Inc. 91 to 95 Church bt Shop of Jenkins, Inc., 978 Chape? St. CLOTHING ON CREDIT The Brennan Store, Gately & Brennan, 166 Meadow bt The People's Store, 5j4 Church St, up one night COAL The Howard Company, 228-260 Boule vard, near Kimberly Ave. COFFEES "Hermitage" Coffee, Distributed by Stoddard, Gilbert & Co, Inc., New Haven, Norwich, Waterbury, Bridge port. "Sunrise 'uffee, Miner, Read and Tullock, Distributors, New Haven, Bridgeport, Meriden, New Britain COMMERCIAL EMPLOYMENT BUREAU The Butler School, Grange and Court Sts., entrance 131 Court St COMMERCIAL SCHOOL The Butler School,. Orange and Court Sts, entrance 131 Court St Stone Business College, 116 Church cor- ner Chapel St, opposite The Green. CONFECTIONERY The House of HASSELBACH, 796 Chapel St , CONSTRUCTING ENGINEERS TheSperry Engineering Co, 82 Church CONVENTION HEAD QUARTERS Hotel Volk, George F. Volk, Prop., 224-230 Meadow St CRULLERS Chamberlain, "The Cruller Man," 147 Temple St DIAMONDS The. Bijou Jewelers, The Store of Quality, 32 Church St The Michaels-Maurer Co, 71 Church St Wilfred Lagrenade, 938 Chapel St DRAPERIES Window Shade Co, 75-81 Orange St DRESS GOODS AND SILKS The Uren & Wiliams Co, 160 Orange at DRUGGISTS The City Hall Pharmacy Co, 159 Church St, next to Gty Hall. The Gillespie Drug Co, 2 stores, 744 Chapel bt and 6J Chapel bt Spalding Drug Co, 90 Church St DRY CLEANSERS Moran's Laundry, 235 Grand Ave. DRY GOODS Sugenheimer & Sons, 15-19 Church St ELECTRIC LIGHT The United Illuminating Co, 128 l emple bt ELECTRIC -POWER The United Illuminating Co, 128 Temple St ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES The C S. Mersick Co, 290 State St New Haven Electric Co, Wholesale and Contracting, 50 Crown St Retail Store, 940 Chapel St EXPRESS Connecticut Co, Express Dept, Com merce St, New Haver. EYEGLASSES Fritz & Hawley, lnc, 816 Chapel St FANCY GROCERIES Edw. E. Hall & Son, 381 State St FARM TRACTORS The White Motors Co, 266 Crown St FIRE BRICK MFRS. The Howard Company, Manufacturers, ZZO-ZbtJ .Boulevard, near Kimberly Ave. FIRE INSURANCE Coan & Bunnell, Inc., on the ground floor, Center bt FLOOR COVERINGS Bullard's, 91-97 Orange St Window Shade Co, 75-81 Orange St FLORISTS McCrea. 221 Meadow St John J. McQuiggan, 123 Church St (opposite the Green;. S. H. Moore Co, 1054 Chapel St, Phone iiDerty ow ana oi. The Myers Flower Shop, 936 Chapel St Meyer Wilson, 56 Congress Ave. FLOUR 'Wlite Loaf" Flour, Miner, Read & Tullock, Distributors, New Haven, Bridgeport Meriden, New Britain. FLOWERS BY TELEGRAPH Delivered anywhere S. II. Moore Co, 1054 Chapel bt, .Fhone Liberty 3740 and 3741. FROZEN DESSERTS Harris-Hart Co, 2-10 Winchfester Ave.. phone Liberty 7005 and 7006. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES D. M. Welch & Son, 38-40 Congress Ave, 8 Grand Ave., Fair Haven, and 471 Campbell Ave, West Haven FURNACES Kelsey Heaters, The W. A. T. Smith Heating Co, y Fitkm bt FURNISHINGS Adams & Manning, 968 Chapel St Besse-Richey Co. 784 Chapel St. Chase & Company, 1018-20 Chapel St. J. Johnson & Sons, "The Live Store," 85-89 Church St. C. E. Longley Co., 97-105 Church St Meigs & Co, Inc., 91 to 95 Church St. Pager's, 6-8 Congress Ave. and 741 Grand Ave. t Shop of Jenkins, Inc., 978 Chapel St The Thompson Co, 880 Chapel St FURNITURE Bullard's, 91-97 Orange St. Collins Furniture Co., 409 State St W. B. Hall, 458 to 470 State, near Elm St. S. Stein, 57 Broadway. FURS AND FUR WORK Brooks & Co, Inc., Chapel and State Sts. The Friend E. Brooks Co, 125 Church St GAS HEATERS AND RANGES Gas Co.'s Appliance Dept. 70 Crown St. GAS WATER HEATERS Gas Co.'s Salesroom, 70 Crown St Send for Booklet GENERAL CONTRACTORS The Sperry Engineering Co., 82 Church St GROCERIES E. Schoenberger & Sons, 615 Howard Ave, 339 Grand Ave, 260 State St,, 11 bhelton Ave, 151 Dixwell Ave,, and 28 Congress Ave. D. M. Welch & Son, 38-40 Congress Ave, 8 Grand Ave, Fair Haven, and 471 Campbell Ave, West Haven. HARDWARE N. T. Bushnell Co, 289-295 State St HARNESS SHOP Slepcow's, 178 Meadow St, opp. State Armory. VHATS Besse-Richey Co, 784 Chapel St Brooks & Co, lnc. Chapel and State Sts. Hardy Hat Co, 216 Meadow St J. Johnson & Sons, "The Live Store," 85-89 Church St C E. Longley, Co, 97-105 Church St Meigs & Co, lnc, 91 to 95 Church St Pager's, 6-8 Congress Ave. and 741 Grand Ave. Shop of Jenkins, lnc, 978 Chapel St The Thompson Co, 88tT Chapel St HOTELS Hotel Oneco, Daniel. T. Sullivan, 14-16 Church St Hotel Royal, Meadow and George Sts. Hotel Volk, lieorge i. Volk, .Prop 224-230 Meadow St HOTEL Hotel Volk, Georg 224-230 Meadow 1 Royal Hotel Cafe, 245 Meadow St CAFE e F. Volk,TProp. t Daley & Downey, ICE CREAM HarrilHart Co, 2-10 Winchester Ave, phone Liberty 7005 and 7006. The House of HASSELBACH, 796 Chapel St ICE CREAM WHOLESALE Harris-Hart Co, 2-10 Winchester Ave, phone Liberty 7005 and 7006. INVESTMENTS f First Mortgage Loans Secured " by Connecticut Keal Estate for sale bv The Lomas & Nettleton Co, 137-141 Orange St JEWELERS The Bijou Jewelers, The Store 'of CJuahty, 3Z Church bt Samuel H. Kirby St Sons, I In cX 822 Chapel St Wilfred Lagrenade, 938 Chapel St The Michaels-Maurer Co, 71 Church St LADIES' APPAREL The Louise Shop, 153 Orange St Fikosky, 960 Chapel bt, "On the HilL LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES Cummings & Frawley, Boston Branch Shoe Store. 845 Chaoel St Simpson, Fulton & Co, 982 Chapel St Sorosis Shoe Co, 814 Chapel St LADIES' CLOAKS AND SUITS Crawford-Plummer Inc. 798-8C2 Chapel St i D. F. Hayes Co, Store of Quality. 808 810 Chapel, corner Orange St LADIES' FURS Crawford-Plummer lnc, 798-802 Chapel St D. F. Hayes Co, Store of Quality, 808- 810 Chapel, corner Orange bt Pikosky, 960 Chapel St, "On the HilL" LADLES' HOSIERY Simpson, Fulton & Co, 982 Chapel St LADIES' OUTFITTERS Braus Cloak & Suit Co, 813-817 Chapel St Crawford-Phmimer lnc, 798-8C2 Chapel St D. F. Hayes Co, Store of Quality,' 808- olO Chapel, corner orange at. Hyman's lnc, 18-22 Church St LADLES' WAISTS AND SKIRTS Crawford-Plummer lnc, 798-802 Chapel St 1 D. F. Hayes Co', Store of Quality, 808- 810 Chapel, corner Orange bt LADIES' WAISTS The Louise Shop, 153 Orange St LAUNDRIES FLAT New Haven Ideal Family Laundry, 340 York St Phone Liberty 1850. LAUNDRIES SHIRTS AND COLLARS Moran's Laundry, 235 Grand Ave. The Nonpareil Laundry Co, 271 Elatch ley Ave. LAUNDRIES WET WASH New Haven Ideal Familv Laundry, 340 York St. Phone Liberty 1850. LEATHER GOODS REPAIRING Slepcow's, 178 Meadow St, opp. State Armory. i LIABILITY AND COMPENSA TION INSURANCE Coan & Bunnell, Inc., on the ground floor, 25-27 Center St MARBLE, TILE AND SLATE CONTRACTORS Earle B. Warner & Co, 28 Crown St MASONS' SUPPLIES The Howard Company, 228-260 Boule vard, near Kimberly Ave. MEATS E. Schoenberger & Sons, 615 Howard Ave, 339 Grand Ave, 360 State St, 11 bhelton Ave, 151 Dixwell Ave and 28 Congress Ave. MECHANICS' TOOLS The John Bassett & Co, 754 Chape 2t. ana 14 btate bt N. T. Bushnell Co.. 289-295 State St The C. S. Mersick & Co, 290 State St MEDICINES Spalding Drug Co, 90 Church St MEN'S CLOTHING ON CREDIT The Brennan Store, Gately & Bren nan, loo Meadow bt MEN'S FURNISHINGS (UNION LABEL) J. H. Flanagan, 37 Temple St Frank A. Weber, 516 State St MEN'S OUTFITTERS Besse-Richey Co, 784 Charel St MTT.T.TNERY Crawford-Hummer lnc, 798-802 Chape! bt Muhlf elder's. 785-789 Chanel St Sugenheimer & Sons, 15-19 Church St , MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES Simpson, Fulton & Co, 982 Chapel St Sorosis Shoe Co, 814 Chapel St MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE ; The , Lomas & Nettleton Co, 137-141 Orange St MOTOR TRUCKS The White Motors Cc, 266 Crown St MUSIC VTCTROLAS Calder's, 930 Chapel St Whitlock's Book Store lnc, 219-221 fc-im bt . ... - OFFICIAL INSPECTOR OF TIME, N. Y N. H. & H. R. R. ' Wilfred Lagrenade, 938 Chapel St OPTICIANS Fritz & Hawley, lnc, 816 Chapel St PAINTS OILS VARNISHES The Booth & Law Co, 35 Crown St H. 'M. Hodges & Bro, 2 stores, 952 Chapel St, and 290 292 York St The F. E. Spencer Co, 237-239 Slate St PAINTERS' SUPPLIES The Booth & Law Co, 35 Crown St The F. E. Spencer Co, 237-239 State St PAPER HANGERS' SUPPLIES New Haven Wall Paper Co, 33 Crown St PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES The City Hall Pharmacy Co, 159 Church St, next to City Hall n:i e t t 1 t oi i i Ci .crux at Aia w icy, im , oiu ou , PICTURES AND FRAMES H.' M. Hodges & Bro, 952 Chapel St PLUMBING AND HEATING The Coe & Coleman Co, 99 Orange St Wm, Keane & Son, 31 Broadway. The W. A. T. Smith Heating Co, 9 Pitkin St PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES The C, S. Mersick & Co, 290 State St POULTRY D.M. Welch & Son, 38-40 Congress Ave., 8 Grand Ave, Fair Haven, and .471 Campbell Ave, West Haven. PRESCRIPTIONS Spalding Drug Co, 90 Church Sc. PURE FOOD PRODUCTS ' "Hermitage" Brand, Distributed by Stoddard, Gilbert & Co, Inc., New Haven, Norwich, Waterbury, Bridge port RECREATION Inquire Connecticut Co, Trolley Trips Savin Rock, Lighthouse, Momauguin. RESTAURANTS Hotel Oneco Restaurant, Daniel' T. Sullivan, 14-16 Church St Sea Food Restaurant Royal Cafe, 245 Meadow St, 134 Commerce St and 439 State St RUBBER BOOTS AND SHOES Ailing Rubber Co, 7-9-13 Church St. New Haven Rubber Store, 819 Ghapel St RUBBER CLOTHING New Haven Rubber Store, 819 Chapel St SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES First National BanJc. 40-42 Church St Merchants National Bank,- State, cor. Chapel St National Savings Bank, 145 Orange St Natioral Tradesmens Bank, The, 96 Orange St Second National Bank, 135 Church St, opposite The Green. SAVINGS BANK First National Bank, 40-42 Church St Merchants National Bank, llie, btate corner Chapel Sts. National Savings Bank, 145 Orange St New Haven Savings Bank, Orange corner Court St SHIRT MAKERS Chase & Comnanv. 1018-20 Chanel St The Thompson Co, 880 Chapel St SICK ROOM SUPPLIES S priding Drug Co, 90 Church St SILVERWARE Samuel H. Kirby & Sons, lnc, 822 Chaoel St. Wilfred Lagrenade, 938 Chapel St Wylie, on the Green, a4 Chapel bt SPORTING GOODS Ailing Rubber Co, 7-9-13 Church St New Haven Rubber Store, 819 Chapel St STENOGRAPHERS FUR NISHED The Butler SchooL Orange and Court" Sts, entrance 131 Court St STOVES AND RANGES Bullard's, 91-97 Orange St Collins Furniture Co, 409 State St W. B. Hall, 458 to 470 State, near Elm St Wm. Keane & Son, 31 Broadway. The Curtiss & Pierpont Co, PlumbkiE and Heating. 272-278 Elro St. TAXICABS Phone Liberty 792-2, Jitney Services Co, 95 .Meadow St. TEACHERS TRAINING SCHOOL Stone Business College,' 116 Church corner Chapel St, opposite The Green. TELEPHONE LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE The Southern New England Telephone Co, General Offices, Telephone Build ing, 114-126 Court St, , New Haven, ' Conn. THEATRES Poli's Bijou. Poll's Hyperion, Poli's Palace. TIRES AND TUBES Ailing Rubber Co,' 7-9-13 Church St. Horton-Gallo-Creamer Co- 422-426-428 State St ' , Diamond Squeegee Tires and Tubes Distributed by Stoddard, Gilbert & Co, lnc. New Haven, Norwich, Waterbury, Bridgeport TOURING CARS FOR HIRE Jitney Service Co, 95 Meadow St TRUNKS AND BAGS John Brown, lnc, 153-157 George St, corner uiarcn st. - Slepcow's, 178 Meadow St, opp. ;State- Armory. TYPEWRITERS Sold and Rented by Reliance Type writer Exchange, 19 Center St, New Haven; 2U Newfield St, Bridgeport 181 Grand St, Waterbury. - TYPEWRITERS AND OFFICE. , SUPPLIES ; Whitlock's Book Store lnc, 219-22t tun at. UNDERTAKERS Brennan Bros, 174 Meadow St. Cox & Smith, 175L, Meadow St USED AUTOMOBILES The White Motors Co, 266 Crown' St, VACUUM CLEANERS New Haven Electric Co, 940 Chapel St, VICTOR TALKING MACHINES AND RECORDS Horton-Gallo-Creamer Co, 422-426-428 State St i WALL PAPER H. M. Hodges & BrcC 2 stores, 952" Chapel St, and 290-292 York St New Haven Wall Paoer Co, 33 Crow St. ! ..., WASHING MACHINES ; ' , New Haven Electric Co, 940 Chapel St. ' WATCHES The Bijou Jewelers, The, Store of.; yuality, S Cnurctt bt - Samuel H. Kirby. & Sons, lnc, 8223 Chapel St ' . . Wdfred Lagrenade., 38 Chapel St The Michaels-Maurer Co, , 71 Churcl St - - . -.:- -" - - WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS- Groceries, CigarSr Confectionery, Dis inDU rea Dy loaaara, uu Deri x vx, . Inc, New Hay en r Norwich, , Water--bury, Bridgeport a ' WINES AND LIQUORS Edw. E. Han & Son, 381 State St WOMEN'S CLOTHING ON CREDIT 4 The Brennan Store, Gately & Brennaxv 166 Meadow it - , . 8X15 irr FURNITURE andfilECHANICAITOOLS BOUGHT AND SOLD Bargains Always on Hand FREE DELIVERY. S- STEIN S7 BROADWAY Near the Broadway Bark. , is COX & SMITH Successors to Cox & Henze. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Mortuary Home 175 MEADOW ST. Day and Night Phone Liberty 549-2. A WATCH Labor's Buying Guide! CHANGES and ADDITIONS are. ' BEING CONSTANTLY MADE ADDITIONAL LIST, PAGE 4.