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NORWICH BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1 909. '
7
NEWS LETTERS FROM
BULLETIN REPRESENTATIVES.
WILLIMANTIC.
Postmaster Dimmiek's Quarterly Report
Shows Slight Increase Over Receipt
for 1907.
Postmaster C. H. Dimmiek's quarter
ly report, ending Dec Slat, shows re
ceipts amounting to $6,376.77. The re
ceipts for the year 1907 for the corres
ponding quarter were $6,302.61. Indi
cating: a slipht Increase. The receipts
for. the quarter up to Christmas -were
behind those of last year.but the heavy
Christmas business evened things up
and the receipts came out ahead of the
previous year's receipts.
The sources of receipts were: Stamp
ed paper. $6,164.71; other revenue,
$212.06. The expenses for the quarter
wore $4,502.45. which together with the
remittance from the department of
$1.873.S2 makes $6,875.77. The annual
expense of the local office is $17,600,
which Includes the payroll and the ex
pense of running the office, which is
more than the gross receipt pf only
a decarto ago.
Rehearsing Minstrels.
Rehearsals for a minstrel show by
MURRAY'S
Boston Store
WILLIMANTIC, CONN.
Our January
Clearance Sale
la now in progress. An occasion
which for bargain giving has no equal
In the whole year. Hundreds of won.
derfully good offerings are now pre
sented at truly bargain prices. So
don't fail to take full advantage of
the many chances for money saving
which this sale places before you.
"Women's $10.00 Coats $ (.50.
Women's $20.00 Coats $13. B
Women's $15.00 Suits $10.00.
Women's $23.00 Suits $17.50.
Women's $ 6.00 Dress Skirts $2.95.
Women's $10.00 Dress Skirts $7.?5.
$1.00 Bouse Wrappers S4c.
$1.00 Petticoats, 84c.
I2.J0 Petticoats $1.89.
Yard-wide Brown Sheeting, a yard
.
81-inoh Brown Sheeting, a yard 22c
tl-lnch Bleached Sheeting, a yard
tie.
, Oruting Flannel, a yard So.
Bed Blankets, a pair 42a.
Crochet Bed Spreads, 89.
Pillow Cases, 9c, 11c.
Muslin Sheets, 39c, 60c.
Bleached Table Damask, a. yard 21c,
6c.
All lilnen Table Damask, half
bleached, a yard 44c.
Full Bleached Damask, a yard 45c,
Sc.
Table Napkins, a dozen 85c, $1.35.
Turkey P.ed Damask, a yard 44o.
.Cotton Toweling, a yard 4o.
Wnen Toweling, a yard) 7c, 9c
"Best Shirting Prints, a yard 5c.
' Best Dark Prints, a yard 5c.
Chambrays, a yard 6c.
Best Apron Gingham, a yard 6c.
Tard-wlde Percales, a yard 10c.
Two-yard lengths of Brussels Car
peting for $1.25.
One and one-half yard lengths of
Tapestry Carpeting for 65c.
Crex Rurs. 9 by 12 ft, $7.25.
Tapestry Ru?s. 9 by 12 ft., $14.50.
Axmlnster Rugs, 9 by 12 ft., $30.00.
Pencil Tablets, three for lflc.
Best quality Sewing Silk, 100 yards
for 7c.
Women's $5 00 Waists for $8.S9.
The H. C. Aurray Co.
Agents Ladies' Home Journal Paper
Patterns.
jan&d
Dr. F. C JACKSON,
DENTIST
Painless Extracting and
Filling a Specialty
Lowest prices. All work guaran
teed. Associated Dental Parlors, 752
Main St. Willimantio. aug6TTh3
L. Til. REED
ess the agency for the Travelers Life
and Accident Co. of Hartford, Ct., and
the United States Health and Acci
dent Ins. Co. of Saginaw, Mich. Write
for rates and full particulars.
Box'231. Willimantic, Ct
The Man
Who Saves
for his money's sake only is a fool; the man whose aim
in saving is to insure him against poverty and want is
wise and his object in saving it. praiseworthy. To him
the Willimantic Savings Institute offers that safety and
security that the custody of his hard-earned savings
should merit.
The integrity of its officials, combined with the care
ful scrutiny and supervision, which the banking laws in
sure at all times, makes this a most reliable institution.
Start an account with us and see your most ardent
hopes fully realized. . - .
Willimantic Savings
H. C. MURRAY, Prest.
the Grex club have started under the
direction of Prof. Ham Johnson. Re
hearsals are being held in the Congre
gational church parlors. The Grex club
is affiliated with the. First Congrega
tional church.
Bulkeley Team to Play W. H. S. Five.
Basketball lovers will have a diver
sion Friday evening, when the strong
live' representing the Bulkeley school
of Xsw London comes to this city to
try conclusions with the five from the
Windham High school. Xew London
teams are playing very fast ball this
year, and it is understood that the
school team coining here is the best
that institution has put upon the flour
In years. A good fast game Is guaran
teed, and Captain Keiley and his
teammates will exert themselves to
land a victory.
Week's Payroll $317.60.
The payroll of the city of WilHman
tle for the week ending January 2.
1909. amounted to $317.60, apportion -d
as follows: Water department, $49: po
lices $127.88: street, $124.72; maintain
ing sewers, $15.54.
MILITARY BALL.
Garde Florimond Annual Social Event
a Brilliant Success.
The third annual ball of Garde Flor
lmon was held in Town hall Wednes
day evening and was attended by more
than a hundTed couples. It was a
great success. The hall was elaborate
ly decorated and never presented a
more attractive appearance. Colors
Headaches and Xenralgrta from Cold.
LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the
world wide Cold and Grip remedy, re
moves cause.' Call for full name. Look
for signature E. W. GROVE. 25c. Th
SKIX HURTS.
burns, cuts, bruises, also sores, chafing,
eruptions healed, the skin beautified by
Satin Skin Cream. 25c. Satin Skin
Powder (4 tints) gives that glow of
health, a refined, alluring fairness noth
ing else can produce. 25c. 4
75 MONUMENTS.
Headstones and Markers In our stock
ready to be erected. Obtain our prices
and inspect 1000 artistic designs.
John Lennon St Son,
corner Main and Watson SU-eets.
Willimantic. Conn.
Winter Horse Goods.
Full line Just received. A complete
assortment of Blankets, both stable
and street. The place is
A. R. BCRXHAM'S,
Valley Street. Willimantic.
HIRAM N. FENN,
UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER
12 Church St., Willimantic. CL
Telephone. Lady Assistant
Best Coffee
in the city
guaranteed as well as everything in
the Quick Lunch line at
STEARNS & ROSEBROOKS,
7 Railroad St., Willimantic, Conn.
Nevor Closed.
PATTISON'S
the home of delicious confections.
When jou think of entertaining think
of Pattlson's Ice Cream and Ices, be
cause no entertainment is complete
unless you serve Pure lee Cream. Tou
will always find Pattlson's the most
delicious and wholesome, for all In
gredients are thoroughly tested thus
Insuring absolute purity.
We use only rich, fre? h Ci.am In our fsetorr.
Just 'phone us and we can furnish
you with any quantity or flavor you
wish as well as brick Ice Cream or
fanev moulds.
PATTISON'S. 736 Main St..
sept22d Willimantic. Conn.
ELMORE & SREPARD,
(S j rccssors to Sessions & Elmore)
Embalmers ani Funeral Directors,
60-62 North Street
Telephone connection.
JAAtES C. SAALL,
Blacksmith and flap.! Repairing
AT SHORT NOTICE.
Bank oxreet. ------ Willimantic.
Institute
N. D. WEBSTER, Treas.
were well blended and the festoons
radiating from the center of the hall
and disposed along the fide walls were
particularly handsome. P. L. Donahue
was in charge of .the decorating.
At 8 o'clock Helmold's orchestra of
ten pieces rendered a fine concert pro
gramme, which well deserved the ap
plause accorded each number.
President J. M. Berard of Garde
Florimond and Mrs. Bedard led the
grand march, and were followed by
some sixty couples. The march was
Intricate and brilliant. All members
of the Garde appearel In full uniform.
An excellent dance programme of 16
numbers followed. Helmold's orches
tra, ten pieces, furnished the music.
Refreshments were served at Intermis
sion in charge of Caterer F. E. Paul
son. This committee was In charge of
the details for the arrangements for
this most, enjoyable ball: George Pelo
quin. Archie Vegiard. Theodore Mor
risette, Albert Richards and Arthur
Racicot.
PUBLIC BEQUESTS.
William Ross Leaves Fund for Library
at Chaplin $2,000 to Congregational
Church.
The last will and testament of the
late William Ross of Chaplin was filed
for probate with Judge ilerrltt Welch
of the Chaplin district Wednesday. The
instrument shows that the sum of $2.
500 is left to the town for a .brary and
another $1,000 is left for the mainte
nance of the sama. A clause in the
will states that should there be anyj
thing left from the sum bequeathed
for the construction of the library said
amount is to be used in purchasing
furnishings for the building. The sum
of Sl'.OOG is left to the Congregational
Church society of Chaplin. Mrs. Mary
Swift of Engleville and Mrs. Caroline
R. Preston of Willimantic each receive
$1,000. The balance of the personal,
real and mixed property is bequeathed
to the widow of the deceased, Mrs.
Emily J. Ross. It is not known -what
the full property holdings will total,
but it is thought that they are In the
neighbc.hood of a quarter of a mil
lion. L. C. B. A. Installation Followed by
Whist.
The officers of the L. C. B. A. were
installed in Knights of Pythias hall
Wednesday evening by Past President
Miss Gertrude A. Hickey. The list of
officers installed follows: President,
Miss Mary Leary: first vice president.
Miss Rose L. Hickey; second vice
president, Miss Mary MeCruhan: re
cording secretary. Miss Anna Regan:
assistant secretary. Miss Margaret
Bulger; financial secretary, Miss Mar
garet Maxwell; treasurer. Miss Ma
mie Flynn; marshal, Miss Mamie
Cunningham ; guard. Miss Catherine
Sullivan: trustees. Mrs. Archie Geli
nas. Miss Anna McGlone and Miss
Mary Bulger.
Following the Installation whist was
enjoyed, and then came an informal
social hour when refreshments were
served. The arrangements for the
evening's pleasures were in charge of
the incoming officers.
Urbane and Grex Club Win Out.
Two good fast basketball games were
played in the T. M. C. A. gymnasium
Wednesday evening, when the Urbans
and Outlaws and the Grex and Acorns
played the third week's games of the
series of the Interassociatlon league.
The Urbans continued their winning
streak and defeated the Outlaws 21-10.
Keiley and Lyman excelled for the
Vrbans an.l W. Woodward starred for
the Outlaws.
The Grex-Acorns game was a battle
royal, and ended 20-19 in favor of the
Grex club. Walden and Leonard play
ed the best game for the Grex club,
while Jones and Eruce were the stars
for the Acorns.
Lineup and summary:
L'rbans Thompson and Keiley f,
Lvman c, Rosebrook and Whittemore
b.
Outlaws Lathrop and Anthony b.
Manning c. Woodward and Card' f.
Score. Frbans 21, Outlaws 10; bask
ets from fioor, Keiley 3, WhittemortS 3,
Lyman 2, Rosebrook. Woodward 4;
baskets from free tries, Keiley .1, Wood
ward 2; free tries missed, Keiley 3,
Woodward 3, Cord G; fouls called, on
Rnip!rook 4. Whittemore 3. Lyman 2,
Keiley 2; 1 team foul on Urbans; Man
ning 3, Woodward 2. Referee, Fay;
umpire, Doolittle; timers, K. Keiley
and F. Woodward: scorer, Charles Hill.
Grex club Morse and Bradbury f,
Walden c, Leonard and Jordan b.
Anorns Bruce, Collins and Moore b,
Jones c, Higgins and Lewis f.
Score. Grex club 20, Acorns 19: bask
ets from floor. Morse 3, Bradbury 2,
Walden 2, Leonard 2. Bruce 4, Jones 2.
1-ewis 2; fouls called, on Morse 3. on
Leonard 1. Walden 2. Jordan 2, Brad
bury. Moran 3. Mruce 3, Collins, Lewis
2; baskets from free tries, Leonard,
Jordan, Jones 3: free tries missed,
Morse 3, Leonard 4. Jones 6. Referee,
Doolittle; umpire. Fay: timers, K. Kel
lev and F. Woodward; scorer, Charles
Hill. Attendance, 250.
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS
A. C. Tyler Post Has Annual Installa
tion of Officers by Department Com
mander Lounsbury Banquet and So
cial Hour.
A. C. Tyler camp. No. S. United
Spanish War Veterans, nt a regular
meeting in G. A. R. hall Wednesday
evening had its annual installation of
officers, with Department Commander
William lyunsbury of Bridgeport as
the installing officer, and Commander
Frank 1. 1-Vnton of A. C. Tyler camp
officiating as master of ceremonies. A
large representation of Francis S. Long
pnn. No. 30, G. A. R.. invited guests
and press representatives were also
present and witnessed the installation
exercises. These officers- were install
ed: Commander. Timothy McN'ainara;
senior vice commander. James F.
Lynch: junior vice commander, Thom
as Owens: adjutant, Robert O. Snow;
quartermaster, Jean B. Pauihus; offi
cer of the day. Arthur AV. Sweet: offi
cer ol" tin- guard, Michael J. Cronin;
chaplains .T.unes J. Daiey; surgeon,
William Johnstone; trustee for three
years. Timothy Quitin.
Immediately after the installation
Commander McXamara declared the
meeting open informally and called
upon Commander Schaf.-r of Francis
fv Lone post, who responded. 'Senior
Vice Commander Brierlv of the same
post soke next, and related a number
of anecdotes which were received with
enthusiasm. Department Commander
William Lounsbury then spoke at con
siderable length upon matters interest
ing to members of the G. A. R. and
Spanish War Veterans, pointing out
wherein the younger generation was
ready and willing at all times to help
in every way possible the Grand Army
of the Republic, and stated that the
Spanish War Veterans had come to
stay. He spoke earnestly in behalf of
the order and complimented the local
camp on its good showing. The speaker
was given hearty applause at the close
of his remarks
Other speakers were Comrade Hag
gerty of the G. A. R., Past Command
er Lyman of Francis S. Ixmg post.
Comrade Ashton of the G. A. R.. Past
Commander Frank P. Fenton and Com
mander McJenmara of A. C. Tyler
camp,
Adjournment was then taken to the
banquet hail, where a fin,, supper was
served. " An enjoyable social hour, with
reminiscences and stories from many
of the comrades present, followed. The
committee in charge were: Past Com
mander Frank P. Kenton. Commander
Timothy MeN'amara. Senior Vice Com
mander James F. Lynch and Adjutant
Robert (. Snow.
Various Matters.
Miss Margaret. Harris. Miss Mao
Keating and Miss Julia Harris have
been the guests of friends in Hartford
for the past two days.
Misses Annie, Agnei.'&nd Julia En-
right of Greeneville were recent quests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Sullivan of Oak street.
Miss Florence C. James and Miss
Mabel H. James, alumnae of W. H.
S., who have been spending the hoi-,
idays with their father, George I
James, have returned to their duties,
the former as teacher of domestic sci
ence in New York, and the latter as
a senior at Mt. Holyoke college, South
Hadley, Mas.
A branch of the W. C. T. U. tjas
recently been formed at Mansfield
Center with the following officers:
President, Mrs. G. H. Wyman; sec
retary, Miss Alberta 8. Eno; treasur
er. Miss Nettie E. Barrows. Regular
meetings are to be held the first
Thursday In each month. The first of
these meetings will be held this aft
ernoon at the parsonage.
The January record for attendance
at the Natchaug kindergarten was
broken Wednesday. Thirty-one chil
dren are registered as pupils of the
kindergarten and every one was pres
ent. This is the first time that
Principal Harroun of the school has
ever known such a fine showing to
be made by the children In the kind
ergarten for the1 month of January.
Personals.
Mrs. Henry Hyde was a Hartford
visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. George Wilcox was a Hartford
visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. Frank Blish was a Hartford
visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. C. C. Edgerton is in New Tork
on a few days' trip.
Miss Mamie Maxwell of Oak street
is visiting in Hartford.
V. D. Stearns of Mansfield was a
Hartford visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. D. P. Dunne is in Hartford and
attended the governor's ball.
Miss Margery Brick returned on
Wednesday to Wellesley college.
Miss Mary Larrabee of Prospect
street left Wednesday to resume her
studies at Wellesley.
Miss Fannie Healey and sister, Mrs.
Starr of New London, were Hartford
visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. E. S. Boss, daughter, Mrs. H.
Cummings, and daughter Carolyn left
Wednesday for a visit In Concord, N.
H.
Mrs. Charles Babcock of Northamp
ton. Mass., left Wednesday after a
short visit in Willimantic on her way
from Providence, where she has been
visiting.
Mrs. M. J. Lord and children re
turned to Waterbury Wednesday aft
er three weeks' visit at the home of
her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. McKeirns of
Crescent street.
Edward Foran and Lawrence Walsh
Wednesday evening presented in Dan
ielson their vaudeville act for the first
time in public and scored a hit. Both
young men are natives of Williman
tis and are possessed of considerable
dramatic ability.
PUTNAM.
Attawaugan Man Arrested for Assault
ing Wife C. A. C. May Not Keep
Team in LeagueCity Needs Sewage
System.
City Clerk Leon T. Wilson was In
Hartford Wednesday to attend the
opening session of the legislature.
Nathan Lamonte of Dudley was the
guest of friends in Putnam Wednes
day. Lools Matthews and Fred Bantlo of
Webster were guests of Putnam friends
Wednesday.
Arthur D. Burns of Bridgeport visit
ed friends in Putnam Wednesday.
John A. Morse was at Willimantic
Wednesday assisting Helmold's orches
tra as 'cellist
Arrested for Assaulting Wife.
Edward Butts of Attawaugan, ar
rested in this eiry, was turned over to
Deputy Sheriff Michael Grimshaw of
the town of Klllingly Wednesday.
Butts was wanted for a serious assault
on his wife.
To Be Settled Next Month.
The contest for the place on the.
board of county commissioners will
take on increasing interest from the
present until the matter is decided next
month. The leading candidates are E.
H. Cortisa of Thompson, whose term as
a member of the commission expires
July 1, and Leon T. Wilson, who has
been making an active canvass for che.
place.
C. A. C. MEETING
Will Decide Question of League Team
for Next Year.
The Canadian Athletic club will hold
a meeting Sunday, the primary object
of which will be to decide whether or
not they want to continue a team in
the Eastern Connecticut Basehail
league next season. Last year the ven
ture lost the organization money and
there is considerable indecision about
maintaining a team this year. If the
club decides to put a team In the field
to represent Putnam the next point to
be considered will be the selection of a
manager. There are several candidates
for the place. Tn the event that the
Canadian club decides to drop out of
the league it Is practically certain that
some other organization will assume
the management of the team and In all
likelihood it will be the newly organ
ized Putnam Athletic and Social club.
At nnv rate. Putnam will be represent
ed in the league and will have a strong
team capable of making a strenuous
bid for first place anil the pennant. A
league meeting is to be called by Pres
ident Reeves of Danielson In a few
da s.
SEWAGE SYSTEM
To Be Advocated by Committee May
Be Decided by City Meeting Soon.
The matter of a s?verage system for
Putnam is to receive special attention
from the newiv organized city govern
ment and the next annual city meeting
will probably be called upon to pass
on n question tnat is constantly in
creasing in importance. Mayor J. 3.
McGarrv and Alderman L. E. Smith,
president of the council, have been
named by the common council to act
with Aldermen Larue. Miner and Du
mas as a committee to Investigate nd
report on the conditions and need cf
this sanitary improvement as thev find
them. Plans fcr a sewerage system for
Putnam were made back 4n Mayor F.
If. Perry's administration, but a vote
of the citizens in a city meeting de
feated the proposed Improvement.
To Secure Unpaid Taxes,
Another matter of public Interest to
be considered by a special committee
of the common council la the collec
tion of unpaid taxes. For ' several
vears a considerable number or asess
ments. amounting in the aggree-ate to
a larare sum, remain to be collected
How bect to proceed to secure the nav-
ment of this money to the citv wil' be
considered by a commission composed
of the mayor and Aldermen Carpenter
and Joslin.
Mud Deep on Country Roads.
Heavv teaming through the roads
outside' the city limits and leading to
the nearby country districts is prac
tically held up by the sea of mud
which allows the wheels of henry
teams to sink to a point where horse:
tua- at f,n ordinary load with futile ef
forts. The temperature and rains of
this week have made conditions a baa
as they usually are in Antil. so far as
road surfaces are considered, and nil
the driver' are anxious for cold
weather. Wednesday at noon the tem
perature climbed to 62 degrees.
Tourtelotte Academy to Have Gymra
aium. The new Tourtelotte academy at
North Grosvenordale Is to have a gym
nasium, finely equipped, in the base
ment. An indoor track will also be
constructed with a Tlew to encouraging
athletics and the development of ath
letes. A swimming- pool was consid
ered, but this, it is understood, will be
omitted because of lack of space. The
building is rapidly nearlng completion.
Personals.
Misses Marguerite Forrell and Marie
Mellon of New Tork were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. M. 31. Dwyer Wednes
day. Frank E. Convey of Mlddletown call
ed on Putnam friends Wednesday.
jswEn city7
Cut by Exploding Jar of Fruit Oys
ter Chowder Follows Masonio Work
Open Meeting of Grange.
Mrs. R. L. Frost suffered a pain
ful accident Tuesday. In attempting
to open a glass Jar of fruit, the Jar
broke with a loud explosion, cutting
both hands. The right hand has a
cut three inches long and half an inch
deep on the palm, and the left Is
nearly as bad.
Work in Third Degree Exemplified.
ML Vernon lodge. No. 75 F. and A.
M., Arthur M. Brown, master, at Its
regular communication Tuesday eve
ning, exemplified the work in the third
degree. At the close, an oyster chow
der was served in the grill room by
the chef, Edward Caapman. assisted
by Robert J. Grey.
Visitors Address Grange.
Stats Deputy W. H. Barron of Dan
ielson, District Deputy C. E. Staples
of Colchester. and W. O. Rogers,
master of Norwich grange. No. 112,
were present Tuesday evening at an
open meeting of the Jewett City
grange, held in the Methodist vestry.
Visitors made remarks tending to
quicken the interest of the members
in the grange. Refreshments were
served at the social hour which fol
lowed. Briefs and Personals.
Mrs. John D. Ecclestone has been
111 for a week.
Miss Celia JarvlBe returned Wed
nesday from Backus hospital after a
stay of ten days there.
Hermon Leonard of Versailles was
in town Wednesday.
Mrs. Prudence is critically HI and
under the care of a trained nurse.
The Jewett City Water comoanv's
reservoir at Stone Hill gained three
inches in the recent rain. The rain
gauge there registered an Inch of rain
fall for Tuesday and Wednesday com
bined. COLCHESTER.
Excellent Entertainment for Benefit of
K. of P. Representative McDonald
nd Family at Inaugural Ball.
.There was a good attendance at the
entertainment given by the Five Dur
ands for the benefit of the local lodge,
K. of P. The following programme
was finely rendered: Overture by the
Durand orchestra; The Mysterious
Manikins or Roval Marionettes: The
Sisters Durand. in songs and celebrat
ed wooden shoe, waltz clog and buck
and wing dance; ventriloquism by Mr.
Durand and his four talking figures:
Blj? Five musical act. Introducing trle't
violin, banjo juggling, drum solos an!
closed with their family band; overture
by the company; farce. "What Hap
pened to Smith." After the entertain
ment there was a social dance, the
Durand orchestra furnishing the -nusic.
It was one of the best shows seen here
for some time.
Attended Inaugural Ball.
Representative and Mrs. Samuel
McDonald ana dauehter. Miss ManeL
were in Hartford Wednesday evening
attending the mauirural ball.
Samuel N. Morgan was in Hartford
Monday.
L. Kllngon was a visitor in Norwich
Wednesday.
Sheriff Wlckwlre left Wednesday
morning for Norwich to attend thj
superior court.
Klrke Wallen of Willimantic was In
town Tuesday evening attending the
meeting of the K. of P.
Miss Ethel Shipman of Providence
is visiting her aunL Mrs. II. TL P.uell,
on South Main street.
STAFFORD SPRINGS.
Appointments of Borough Officials
Birthday Surprise Borough Notes.
The warden and burgesses of thfl
borough of Stafford Springs have made
appointments as follows: Committee
on highways and sewers, C. F. Beck
with and C. E. Brown; police and fire
department, C. B. Plnney and Lott
O'Halloran; light and water, P.. W.
Smith and Frank Silk; chief of police,
Louis Helm; street commiisior.er. Mar
shall Bolieau; special sons(abl', B. T.
Eaton, C. E. Butterfleld, Perry Davis,
Thomas Mullin, John Mahan, Lrvlng
Reynolds, Milo J. Eaton, Corydon
Smith.
Surprise Visit and Gift.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pease were
given a surprise party Tuesday even
ing to celebrate the fift'.eth birthday of
Mr. Pease. He was presented a set
of military brushes, the presentation
speech being made by Mrs. H. O. But
terfleld. Harold Plnney, who has been spend
ing the holidays at his home in Staf
ford Hollow, returned Wednesday to
Amherst college.
George Marsdalc has resisne-J as bag
gagemaster at the Central Vermont
station.
Joseph Stuhlback has been in New
Tork for the past few days oi a busi
ness trip.
Stafford Club's Officers.
Officers elected by the Stafford lub
for the ensuing year are: President,
C. F. Harwood; vice presidents, C. 11.
Plnney and Dr. L. F. Katon; secre
tary W. H. Ileald; treasurer, George
Siswlck: auditors, F. F. Patten end
C. B. Plnney. ....
Miss Mabel Foster is entertaining
Miss Cora Hill of Watertown.
John Morris has been ill with grip
for several days.
Mrs Laura S. Williams has return
ed to her home in New London after
spending several days with relative in
town.
PomfreL Dr. S. B. Overlook has left
town for a much needed vacation. He
wilt go directly to Rochester, Minne
sota, where he will attend clinics at a
hospital.
Ths Kew Hotel Albert
Eleventh St. and University PI.
NEW YORK CITY,
One Block West of Broadway.
The only absolutely modern fire
proof transient hotel below 22d
StreeL Location central, yet quiet.
400 rooms, 200 with bath, from $1.00
per dav upwards.
"Excellent restaurant and cafe
attached. Moderate prices.
Send 2c stamp for Illustrated Guide
and Map of New York City.
HARRY E. BACK, Attorney. at-Law.
PATENTS
Protect your Idea. Handsome it
page Guide Book Free.
Fhoeulz Block, Danlejson. Conn
octlTuThS
THE UNDER PRICE SALE
now at The Boston Dry Goods Store,
Danielson, means big bargain prices
to the customer on seasonable gooda
Every department In the store Dears
the cut price marks.
THE BOSTON DRT GOODS STORE.
, Main St.. Danl!ion.
Junm .Junes 2. Keech. lfgr
TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY.
TO NEW YORK
NORWICH LINE
The water way the comfortable
way of traveling.
Steamers City of Lowell and Chester
W. Chapin safe, staunch vessels that
have every comfort and convenience for
the traveler.
A delightful voyage on Lone- Island
Sound and a superb view of the won
derful sky line and water front of
New Tork.
Steamer leaves New London at 11
p. m. week day only; due Pier 40.
North River. 7 o'clock the next morning.
Fare Norwich to New York $1.75
Write or telephone W. J. PHILLIPS.
Agent, New London. Conn. ootid
The Hcrwch & Kew York Prope3erCx
CHELSEA LINE.
Freight aad Pumx(r errta.
Superior Frelslit Hervtoe. ma tram
ferriaif,
.Ff.e'ght received and forwarded te
all Southern and Weitern points.
Ratea furnished on application.
Frclcht arrvler direct I New York.
(special arrangement may be made
whereby freight by this line can be
delivered at Store Doer In New Tork
promptly upou arrival of steamer. Low
est rates.
aerial Paerager Service.
' rare SI. 00. Fare Sl.oe.
Fare from Norwich. Montvllle and
New London to New York. 11.00. Btate
rooms, i. 00. all outside rooma, lleais
,62 served at regular time.
STEAMER CHEUsBA leaves Norwich
Tuesdays, Thursdays end Sunder" at 4.H
P. m. Returning. ieve Njr TeV)
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
6 p. m. New Pier 25 East River, foot
Roosevelt St. New London leevlna- tin
" p. m. prllcatlon for etaterooml
should be made in advance, aa the
number 1 limited.
Kerwleh Jk New Terk Propeller Ce.
mar2Cd C. A WH1TAKER, Aa-ecL
Opposite Orand
Central Station
NEW YORK. CITY.
ROOMS tl a OAY
and UPWARDS
Bargain to and from slt
tlou fre. 8nd '2-fnt
mp for Xem Tori Olty
Oudebook ana Map.
Jewett City Adfertissrs
1RWETT CITT HOTEL,
Hew aad Ua-te-det Hotel la every
anrllenlar.
IK A T. lEWIS. Proprietor.
M. HOUHIGAM. Jewett City.
Pnraltwre
Crawford Cooking R a a area.
Furnishing Undat taker. Funeral Di
rector. Phones Btore (1-1: Houae IS-J
mooivp unvsB.
S. J. King. Prop. H. & King. Mgr.
Sample Roeea eonaeeted.
Special attention paid to Commercial
men.
fttoecBB. Coam. Tel.
B A tUnrmicrh. nrictical
- - . r r
course at the
1 Norwich Commercial School
Broadway Theatre Bldcj.
ai i amm
r -si -z Mir
lrKCPLESiTO
TOR DRY ANT) FAJfCT COODS
"Tr.e with US aad Save Money."
ISAAC CHAMPEAU. Manager.
Putnam. Conn.
For Fins
PEAFJOS
Trv
JEWELER SHAW, fntaani. Con.
READ-
The Keystone Store's
. FRIDAY ADV.
r
LULETIN POINTERS
NEWMARKET HOTEL,
71S Boswell Ave.
First-class wines, liquors and cigars.
atpaia anu emi . . ......
order. John Tuckle. Prop. TeU 41-i.
HAM AND CHEESE.
The best place In Norwlci to buy
Pressed or Minced Ham or any kind
of Cheese is at Mrs. Thumm's, 71
Franklin Street. Others nave learned
to buy of no ore else. A trial order
will make you a permanent customer.
The Narvich Nickel I Brass Co.,
Tableware,
Chandeliers, Yacht Trimmings
and such things Reflnished.
E9 to 87 Chestnut St., Norwich, Conn.
cMd
Attractive Line of
Winter Millinery
at
MISS BUCKLEY'S, 308 Main St.
declld
VISIT THE COUNTRY
and enjoy a day In the fresh ak.
There are lots of beautiful places with
in fssy driving distances of Norwich
Gardner's Lake, Bailey's Ravine, Lan
tern Hill and others. We've got the
teams for such trips, and the prices
wilt be rltfht.
MAHONEY BROS. Talis Avenue.
jySOd
THICHS3 is no BflTertlelng memuiM m
JCastern Connecticut equal to The Bul
letin for business result
GRAND
union
HOTEL
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