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fJf jf fJf y y jif y y y y y This Fall Our clothes show' an unusual range of handsome material and correct shapes. New Shaped Suits. Paddock Coats. Covert Coats. Rain Coats. Fall Hats and Furnishings. Hurlbutt Main Street, LOOK FOR THE BLUE FRONT JEWELRY STORE IT IS AT 19 SOUTH MAIN STREET, AND' IS THE STANDARD WATCH SHOP IN PORT CHESTER LEVINE ALE KINDS OF JEWELRY. 19 SO. MAIN ST.. New York Music Store HIGH GRADE PIANOS All Kinds of Instruments Repaired. Music Furnished for all Occasions. WILLET AVE. Telephone 299L PORT CHESTER, N. Y. At Wagner's oke Shop Pipes Galore ! The largest and best assortment of briar and meerschaum pipes in the county. Ask to see the "co lonial" pipe. MICHAEL WAGNER 276 MAIN ST. Near Summer. JAMES SMITH, CLEANER AND DYER 6 CANAL ST. 'Phone 472 J. S. Davenport & Son, Builders' aud House Furnishing , Hardware Mill Supplies. Cutlery. WOOD, TIN AND PLATED WARE. PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, ETC. 16 ATLANTIC STREET, Florence Building, SIGN OP THE PADLOCK. THE CENTRAL CAFE, 207 rlAlN STREET. Sea Food and Lunch THE BEST OF EVERYTHING. Joseph L. Wilson, . A. R.OSENPLENTER. Quick Service. y y y y y y y Brothers Stamford. REPAIRS- WATCHES, FRENCH CLOCKS, AND Port Chester, N. Y. H. U. WOOD. Choice Groceries, Vegetables, Fruits, Bakery Goods. Agent for Choice Milk and Cream, Bottled only. Telephone 65-5. 280 MAIN ST. jBcrsriD :b:r,os- DEALERS IN COAL, WOOD & DRAIN PIPE LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 512 Uptown Office : J. S. Davenport & Son, 7g ATLANTIC ST. CA.2T.AXj DOCK Please tell us where you can buy DRY GOODS, Ladies' Wearing Apparel and Kitchen Utensils Cheaper than at the BOSTON STORE and BARGAIN BASEMENT 5O5-507-509-51 1 flairi St. Positively most reasonable Department Store in Stamford First Class PHOTOGRAPHER CHildren's Photographs a Specialty 125 Pacific St., Stamford, Conn. THE PACIFIC Hotel and 1 Restaurant F. J. RAYMOND, Prop. Furnished Rooms by Day or Week Special Rates to Monthly Boarders 1 19-123 Pacific St. Stamford All styles of FALL HATS At Reasonable Prices. MURPHY dBEARDON IOTORYHATSTORE 11 MAIN ST., STAMFORD We are headquarters for everything in our line. Large assortment, superior quality, and prices as low as any one in town. Prescription work our specialty. Goulden's Pharmacy, 97 Atlantic St FAR ANO NEAR. A petition is being circulated among boatmen in Norwalk, asking that a gas light buoy be placed t a point 200 feet south of the present black buoy off Tavern's Island. Un der present conditions, there is no light to sail for after leaving Green Reef light, as in weather which is at all thick the other harbor lights are invisible and the greatest diffi culty has been experienced by cap tains, who, in many cases, have been compelled to anchor and wait until the weather cleared sufficiently. "Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss. Josephine Clark Willson, daughter of Selectman and Mrs. James S. Willson, to Dr. Ben jamin Jerome Sands of Port Ches ter, tq take place on Wednesday, Oct. 10. Miss Willson is one of Greenwich's most beautiful and highly accomplished young ladies. She is a graduate of the High School, and has been engaged in in dexing the town records for the past year." Graphic. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Foote, of Nor walk, will celebrate their sixtieth wedding anniversary, Monday, Octo ber 15, between the hours of 3 and 10 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Foote will receive at their home, 27 Center avenue, at that time all their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Foote were married in 1846. The coming recep tion is being prepared by their chil dren who desire all the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Foote to attend. Commodore E. C. Benedict left Greenwich last Friday in his steam yacht, the Oneida, flagship of the Seawanhaka Yacht club, for Buz zard's Bay, on a fishing trip. The commodore will have as his guests Mr. Frederic C. Penfield and Mr. L. D. Huntington. What this trio want to find on this trip are mack erel lots of them and the friends of these veteran fishermen hope they may be successful. At the annual meeting of the Glenbrook Improvement association held last week the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, F. M. Hawley; vice presi dent, J. P. Lewis; treasurer, W. A. R. Hawley; secretary, R. B. Fitz simmons; representatives to Stam ford Rural Council, F. M. Hawley, R. B. Fitzsimmons. Robert Walker, Robert Orr and J. R. Lewis. "Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Daskam, of Norwalk, celebrated the fifty-ninth anniversary of their marriage last Friday. Mr. Daskam and Miss Arietta M. Rogers were wedded on October 4th, 1847, at the Center church, New Haven. Up to about a year ago Mr. Daskam was a familiar figure about town, but now remains at home entirely because of enfee bled health." Hour. Police Captain Morehouse was tried before the City Council of Norwalk last week for "conduct un becoming an officer." The evidence showed that the captain was under the influence of liquor while on duty Sunday night and he was sus pended without pay for one month. The Rowayton Hose company, No. 1, will on October 30 give a fair and old fashioned New England supper. This popular company hopes to see every friend present, with a friend. The Rowayton Hook and Ladder company are preparing to hold their annual fair in November. The Eagle Hook and Ladder com pany of Darien will hold its annual fair October 17, IS, 19 and 20. Be sides the sale of useful and fancy articles there will be an exhibit of a rare art collection, a fishing pool and a post office. It is understood that William J. Smith intends soon to open up the choice land near Cos Cob, known as the former Lyman Mead estate, and thus place some of the finest build ing sites in Greenwich on the mar ket. "Mr. Albert Carlson and Miss Alma Lingdren were married pn Wednesday, Sept. 26, by Rev. A. J Ostlin of the Evangelist Lutheran church of Stamford." Greenwich Graphic. Ground has been broken for Rob ert L. Chamberlain's new $9,000 house on Mead avenue, Cos Cob. Thomas E. Wigmore has the general contract. Miss Elizabeth Walker, of Green wich, was married last Saturday to Christopher Meister, of Port Ches ter. The groom was formerly a res ident of Stamford. Mrs. Dale has re-rented the Greenwich Inn and cottages and moved her effects to New York, where she will reside in the future. Autumnal Tour to National Capitol. The cost for the delightful trip announced by the N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. Co. Oct. 24 th is so very rea sonable that everyone should avail themselves of the opportunity af forded for visiting Washington at but half the regular cost. Via the steamer Maryland Route, tickets will be sold at seventy-five cents ad ditional. The number of tickets will be limited and will be sold via New York city in connection with the Penna. R. R. or Royal Blue Line, good going on . regular trains Wednesday, Oct. 24th', returning good until Nov. 2nd. The tickets will convey the stop-over privilege at Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York until Nov. 2nd. For full par ticulars and guide to Washington call on ticket agent. The flags on the local school school houses have been at half mast since Tuesday on account of the death of Nathaniel R. Hart. L rrr . Tier 'SW-: X-.-: ..x:- l-SS : s I bnSS;-: hi "MESSAGE The celebrated play " A Message From Mars" will be seen in Stamford Saturday even ing, October 13th. at the Family Theatre. This play has an international reputation having enjoyed a run. of 1000 consecutive nightsiin London and 500 consecutive nights in New York, where the English actor Charles Hawtrey captivated theatre goers. The present cast is of" metropolitan strength and the play will delight theatre goers of Stamford Religious. The Boys' club of St. Luke's chapel held a meeting on Monday night. Si St. John's Episcopal Missionary Society held its first meeting of the season on Tuesday evening. The Ministers' association held a regular meeting last Monday morn ing in the Y. M. C. A. building. Bible classes for boys and young men are to be organized this month in connection with the Y. M. C. A. work. A meeting of the Methodist Epis copal Ladies' Aid society will be held this afternoon, followed by a supper. A Chautauqua Reading Circle was formed at a meting held in the Methodist church parlors on Monday evening. The Interrogation club, of the lo cal Unlversalist church, held its first meeting for this season on Monday evening. A New England supper will be served this evening at the Bethel A. M. E. church, by the women of the congregation. At the Christian Science church, last Sunday morning, the subject considered was: "Are Sin, Disease and Death Real?" Rev. F. D. Torrey, of Norwalk, made an address at last night's prayer meeting at the Methodist Episcopal church. Rev. Mr. Hatch spoke on "The Harvest in the Valley," in the Sound Beach Presbyterian church, last Sunday morning. A New Haven clergyman conduct ed the morning service in the Sound Beach Congregational church last Sunday morning. There was special music at the 4 o'clock Y. M. C. A. ireeting on Sunday afternoon, and the leader was Robert A. Reynolds. At the morning service in the Norwalk Methodist church, last Sunday, thirtj'-three new members were added to the roll of member ship. Rev. B. M. Tipple, pastor of the local Methodist church, addressed a religious meeting at the shops of the St. John Wood Working company, on Tuesday noon. Mrs. John Davenport entertained the members of the Women's For eign Auxiliary of the Congregation al church at her home at Bay Point, Monday afternoon. A "harvest festival service" is to be held in the Sound Beach Congre gational church, on Sunday, October 28th, preparations for which have already been commenced. Special revival meetings are be ing held at the Pentecostal church, the leaders being Rev. Howard Hoo ple and Mr. Newbury. These meet ings win be held every evening dur ing the present week. St. Luke's Men's club will hold a meeting to-morrow night. A basket ball team has been formed of mem gers of the club, and it is the in tention to play regular games on Tuesday evenings, during the win ter. Miss May Lord held held the last of a series of revival meetings at North Mianus, last Friday night. The meetings were marked by con siderable disorder on. the part of many of the young hoodlums who infest that section. Interesting "rally day" services were held in the New Canian Methodist church, last Sunday, the pastor preaching special and appro priate sermons at both morning and evening services. The Sunday school also held special exercises. FROM MARS" Rev. J. H. Holden, of the North Cos Cob Methodist Protestant church, has tendered his resignation as pallor of that- charge. He has gone to Rocnville Centre, this week, attending the annual conference which is being held there. There was a large attendance at this church last Sunday, it being the last Sabbath of the conference year. Rev. Fatner Sweeney, rector of the church of the ' Sacred Heart, Bridgeport, has awarded the con tract for the new parish convent which is to be erected at Park ave nue and Garden stret, adjoining the parish school. The contract feoes to Dursmith & Co., of Derby, the low est bidders. The . price. $20,490, covers everything in connection with the edifice save the heating, plumb ing and furnishings. Heartl in Darien. The Owner "Why are you arresting us ? " The Constable "Wal, I need th' money. I'm tryin' ter get enough from fees ter buy an automobile myself. Life. Local. A farewell dinner' was tendered ot Thomas H, Jordan, Tuesday night, by a few of his frienps, on the day of his de parture from Stamford for Dayton, Ohio. The Ferguson Library was closed this afternoon out of respect to the memory of the late Nathaniel R. Hart, who was one of its trustees. 1 Frelinghuysen Ferris has improved con siderably in health since he went to Hart ford, and writes that he is gaining in strength and health. The committee in charge of the coming Elks' karnival will illuminate the center of the city next Monday evening, in honor of the opening ot their enterprise. The auction sale of furniture, antiques, etc., which has been in progress in the Park Row store vacated by O. S. Brown, tor the past day cr two, has been largely attended, and a large number ol articles disposed of. Councilmau Charles A. Scofield of Nor walk, is entertaining his father, Sylvester Scofield of Stamford, . today. Together with some other Stamford friends, Mr. Scofield has gone on a fishing expedition in his fast launch "Lillie." South Nor walk Sentinel. Will Entertain This Winter. At the regular meeting of Mohawk Camo. Woodmen of the World, it was decided to give a series of entertainments during the coming winter and Consul Commander Delap will appoint a com mittee to make arrangements for the same. Registrars Notice. The Registrars of Voters of the Town of Stamford Will Hold a Meeting in the Town Clerk's Ofl&ce, Burlington Arcade, 71 Atlantic Street, in Said Town, Monday, October 15, 1906, From 9 O'Clock A. M. until 5 O'Clock P. M., for, the Purpose of Placing on a List Under the Title "To Be Made," the Names of Those Persons by Whom, or in Whose Behalf a Claim is Made, at or Before Said Meeting, in the Manner Provided by the Statutes of This State, That They Will Be Entitled to Be Made Electors in This Town Before "the day of the Electors Meeting Next to Be Held on the 6th Day of November, 1906.' Also for the Purpose of Adding to the List of Electors of This Town the names of Those Persons Who Have Formerly Been Admitted or Register ed as Electors In This Town and Who Have Resided In This State the One Year, and in This Town the Six Months, Next Preceding Said Electors Meeting. ' Dated at Stamford This 6th Day of October, 1906. W. S. ABEL, C. O. LEARY, Registrars of Voters. EDISON BEC0RDS FOR OCTOBER 1936a Torch Dance (Meyerbeer) Edison Concert Band X9363 The Stars, The Stripes and You (Wheeler) Frank C. Stanley .' March song, orch. accom. , , 1 9364 When a Poor Relation Comes to Town (Ken-"" dis & Paley) Arthur Collins Coon song-, orch. accom. 9365 Is Your Mother in, Molly Malone? (Mills & Ererard) Miss Helen Trix - Comic waltz song, orch. accom. 9366 Simple Confession (Simple Aveu) (Thome) 'Cello solo. Piano accom. Hans Kronold Miss H inkle & Mr. MacDonough Sacred Soprano and Tenor duet. orch. accom. 9363 Grand-Pa, I'm Going to be a Soldier (Rogers) March Song, orch. accom. Bryan G. Harlan 9369 Sisseretta's Visit to the North (Original) Vaudeville specialty, orch. accom. Billy Golden 9370 Irish Hearts March (Evans) Characteristic selection Edison Millitary Band 9371 Love Me, and the World is Mine (Ball) Sentimental song, orch. accom. Harry Anthony 19372 If the Man in the Moon were a Coon (Fis cher) Coon Song, orch. accom. Ada Jones 9373 Foolishness (Peters) Edward M. Favor Comic song, orch. accom. X9374 La BaUadora-Pirouette (Tobani) Edison Symphony Orchestra. By the composer of "Hearts and Flowers" 9375 Sweet Julienne (Haver) W. H. Thompson - Sentimental son as sung in Dockstader's Minstrel's, orch. accom. 9376 Why Don't You Write When You Don't Need Money? (Edwards) Bob Roberts Coon song, orch. accom. 9377 Susan Kiss Me Good and Hard (Helf) Coon song, orch. accom. Collins & Harlin X9378 Champagne Galop (Lumbye) Edison Concert Band 9379 Somewhere (Harris) Irving Gillette - Chailes K. HmV new sentimental song, orch. accom. 9380 Come Take a Skate with Me (Browne & Ed wards) Billy Murray Characteristic waltz song, orch. accom. 9381 Gome Down McGinty (Rogers) Irish Sketch, orch. accom. Campbell & Roberts 1938a BeUe of the East (Liberati) Albert Benzler Bells solo, orch. accom. 9383 Let Me See You Smile (Original) Ada Tones , Vaudeville Sketch with Orches-. & Lea tra incidental music and introduc- Spencer ing the song hit, 4 'Let Me See You Smile" (Fischer) 9384 Good Old Songs (Original) Edison Male Introducing "Twinkling Stars Quartette are Laughing Love" lOrdway) "When I Saw Sweet Nellie Home" (Fletcher) "Would I Were With Thee" (Bossetti), and "There's Music in the Air" (Root), unaccampanied. 9385 Chicken Chowder (Giblin) Characteristic March Edison Military Band x Specially- Recommencled Furniture, Etc gnaw HOME OUTFITTER, 219 Main St., Opp. the Cannon. Look for the Blue Flag. My styles are the very latest and give satisfaction. You are well dressed when you are wearing one of my suits. Louis Kreiter Cor. Broad and Bedford Sts. THREE THINGS Health, Strength and Vigor, are in the drinks sold here. Wines and Liquors the very best in Stamford at MAX SWIT '71 Pacific Street THE SCDUTZ CAFE William CBrodbeck prop. Fine Ales Wines Liquors and Cigars Imported and Domestic Bottled Goods For Family Use Cor. Main and Pacific Street Stamford, Connecticut, "