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NORWICH BULLETIN, MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1909.
9 INSURANCE. FIRE INSURANCE We represent the best companies and our rates are reasonable. J. L LATHROP & SONS, 8 8hetucket Street, Norwich, Conn. janl2daw Tl. TARRANT & CO., 117 MAIN STREET. Fire, Accident, Health, Liability, Plate Glass and Steam Boiler . . . INSURANCE Norwich Union Fir Insurance Society, U. 6, Aesete $2,759,422.10 Western Assurance Co, U. 8 Aesete $297.608.00. Beolld riTCHCCG OUT YOUR rtTKNITURE In a frantic effort to save it always makes your neighbors laugh. Much more dignified and profitable to kp a good policy for FIRE INSURANCE, In your Inside pocket, then canny walk out of your blading- premises. ISAAC S. JONES, Insurance Act. Richards Building, 91 Main Street. Jan21daw NEW LONDON COUNTY Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Norwich. Conn. ESTABLISHED 184a Statement January 1, 1909 Arl B2r,!, 17.7S tlirplna V170.121.72 Total Income HtlH.2W4.79 J.ommen Since nra-aalantloa . . .(A42.5A2.84i President. H. H. Gallup; Secretary. W. F. Lester; Treasurer and Assistant Secretary. William H. Prothero. HOME OFFICE! : 28 Shetucket Street, Norwich, Conn. Resident Agents J. L. Lathrop fc Eons and XV m. F. H11L Juljld ATT03NEY& AT LAW. ERGO I PERXIfiS, Attorneys at law ever First Nat Bank. Shetucket St Entrance Stairway, next to Thames Nat Bank. Tel. 137-1. Special Prices on Tailor-made SLITS during the month of January. Workmanship entire satisfaction. S. LEON, 278 Main Street, May Building. Boilers, Ms, Smoke Slacks All kinds of Plate Iron Wort We make a specialty of Repairing SPEIRS BROTHERS, JVater Street, New London "Phone 40. aiay7l DENTISTRY Teeth Without a Plate Is the greatest boon of modern times. 1 wish ou could understand the differ ence between having teeth with a plate Cftd teeth without a plate. One is firm, 0 -i fort a bin and last a lifetime; the Gr covers the roof of your mouth, destroys the best part of the taste. One never fails down; the other often does. Where it is necessary to wear a plate. DR. SYDLEMAN will make you one that will tit. HOURS: 8 a- m. to S p. m. Kiinday, 10-2. "lei on parle Fruncais." All work guaranteed. BR. R. LBERDSLEY, Dentist, 37 MAIN STREET, FAY BUILDING. Norwich, Conn. Tel. 856-4. Lady Assistant, janlSd Grand Vie Sanitariam for the treatment of Mental and Nerv ous Diseases, with separate and do tached department for Alcoholio and Drug Habits. Address Grand View Sanitarium, Telephone S?l . Norwich, Conn, ' !.' WANT TO GOME Applications at Annual Meeting of Eastern Connecticut J. J. C. Stone Wants Franchise for Norwich Presi dent Reeves Reelected Does Keech Belong to Dan ielson or Dayville? Wiflimantic Basketbaliists Win. (Special to The Bulletin.) Danielson, Jan. 24. The annual meeting of the Eastern Connecticut baseball league was held in the Phoenix theater Sunday afternoon. About thir ty were present. President Reeves called the meeting to order and the following managers were recorded as the official representatives of their teams: Peter Bonin, Putnam; John B. Benoit, Norvvich-Taf tville; Daniel Ga han, North Urosvenordale; Kdward J. Farrell, Wauregan; W. Dyke Cogswell, Dayville; Thomas JIcBroome, Jewett City. The election of officers -resulted In the following choice: President, A. L. Reeves of Danielson; treasurer, Leon T. Wilson of Putnam; secretary, Ed ward A. Sullivan of Danielson. The board of directors is composed of the team managers mentioned above with the exception of Cogswell of Dayville, who represented that team pending the election of a. manager. Only one of last year's managers, Benoit, of Taftville, will handle a ream this sea son, unless Walker of Dayville Is re elected at the meeting of the Dayville Baseball association. The changes have been made for various reasons, but for the most part on account of resignations. Aside from the election of officers little real business waa transacted. Ap plications fgr admission to the leafcu were received from Norwich. Daniel son, Central Village and a provisional one from Webster. J. J. C. Stone wants 'the. Norwich franchise. President Reeves applied for Danielson, J. A. Ramsay for Central Village. J. T. Mc Manus of Webster was present and said that town would put a team in the league if it so happened that some of the teams in the southern' .part of the circuit intended dropping out, but otherwise they did not want to come in, as the distance between the towns would necessitate too much traveling. The applications for admission opened the question of the advisability of ex tending the league to an eight eiuo circuit and, after considerable discus sion, for and against, on motion of Manager McBroome, it was voted that action on the matter be postponed un til a meeting of directors two weeks herce. This action will allow rime for conference between the managers and the teams they represent. On motion of Manager Benoit a vote of thanks was passed to J. Arthur At wood of Wauregan for services as treasurer of the league during last season. When that period of the meeting was reaohed where a discus sion of matters of general interest to the league was in order the managers warmed up in midseason form and in a way to prove that the baseball fever is chronic and likely to break out in January if the conditions are right. They touched on schedules, new rules, admitting new teams, holding and hiring players, and a dozen other things. The talk finally simmered down to a discussion of where Pitcher Kech of the Dayville team will play in the ev?nt of Danielson being admit ted to the league. Mr. Cogswell of Dayville contended that Keech belong ed "to the Dayville team because of having played with them last season and is thereby held by them for this season. President Reeves, who seeks the Danielson franchise, olaimed that Keech lives In Danielson and under the rules of the league that he should play In Danielson if that place has a team. However, Danielson is not yet admitted and may not be if the' direc tors so decide. On the other hand, it would make clear to the managers that Danielson is not so anxious to force its way into the league as to create any 111 feeling or dissatisfaction with any team or in any way. The fans In Dan-, ielson want a team and it would make one of the be! towns on the circuit. But It does not want one at the x peTise of harmony In the organisation, which was so successful In Its Initial season. The directors were told; in advance what Danielson expects to do o that when the meeting to vote on admitting or rejecting is called they ear. work with a full knowletfge of the situation and U3; their best Judgment for their own interest and that of the league. If Danielson is admitted som? other town must, also be taken on to make the eighth club. Tlie meeting to decide the matter will be held In Danielson Sunday, Feb. 7th. Among those attending the meet ing In an unofficial way were retiring Managers Williams of Jewett City, Frudenthal of North Orosvenofdale, Raymond, HolOen and Goven of Wau regan and Warren of Central Village. FINANCIAL AND SATURDAY MARKETS. A Few Shares Higher General Tone of Prices Heavy. New York, Jan. 23. Stock market movements were irregular throughout the two hours of trading; on a moder ately active volume of business lor a half-holiday session. In a few issues decided strength was shown at times, but the general tendency among the prominent shares was in the direction of a slightly low er range of quotations, net losses whtfii reccrded being con fined to fractions, except in Erie and New York Central, in which declines wure 1 and 1 1-4 per cent, respective ly. American Cotton Oil a?,;.iu was a strong feature, .lii!e evidence of strength was presented by Chesapeake and Ohio. St. Paul, the local traction shares. United States Rubber and Virginia-Carolina Chemical on traders' operations. Commission houses were not important factors in the dealings. The market closed irregular and dull. Stocks were sold freely at concessions, the decline running to a point in sev eral active stocks. Some rebounds fol lowed on coverings by shorts. When the shorts desisted from their cover ing operations prices sagged again. STOCKS. UJiitU Aoialfamal d Copper ... 2700 Am. Or ic foundry Hllh. Low. 7 77 ..4?t One. 7H"; 40 10R5, .'.4 41H 41" 14 M"i 112 Do. pM 21100 Am. fotuin Oil o Am. Mide & I., pfd 4oo Am. !.- Sfcuritne, ioo Am. Urnwd Oil lioo Aoitrlriri LoromotlT, ... . ilo. pfd 7""0 Am. Sr-irltiiiff it It :''! I o. pid .."I Am. Sugar Fleflulng Am. Tnbacco pid '.' Aiaeiii-nn Wr.oten "01 Ar.".ro:ida Mining Co !ot. At.;liiso' inn pit. pfd loo A'kMirtr Cna?t 1 iue 700 l!:iltion.pe t Ohio Do. pfd 3400 fcjw.kjyii JUpld Transit. :."oo Canadian )'a'i;k X"0 Central Leatiitr 100 Ho. pld Ontral of w Jery... 17')00 ClH's.apea.fc & Ohio 200 ('hl.ago (Jreat Wf'tfin... l'MI Chicago it S. W 6700 Chirac!. U. 4c St. P loHC. O C. S Louia... 2 100 Colorado Vurl Sc Iron... 300 Cok-rado I: Scutlifn, (00 Do. lit pfd 101 lo id pfd ConaoUdatd Gal 1206 Com Product, rr!,wara it Hndaon 500 Denver A Rio Grand. ... Ho. pfd ltOO Dlitilltra' SecurlUr, 0O hrla 70 Do. pfl 100 rn. 2d pfd lo, Onrral Fl.clrir lno Oreat Vorilwrn pfd MM. On Ut 42'", 42', . 4 41 41 11 JO-'. l:'2a 102'i r.:-: 2X'., f, 00 ' J01 Vi 107 112', !):;' 60'; J74-, :ti, 101 t . 2K'4 1"I, 1015, .10.1 108 .HVi 111 . 704 CH'i .17'. 174', . 3! .Hi, .! 11)2 . 2 . 7 .178;, .ISO . 70; . 414, eo'4 6' 7 7ii 17SH 178 140', 14i ,ot 41'4 or,y4 . 00 H . -i . 81 4 .' ISH '. 38U, .' .19 . 31 '4 . 40 H 00 s:i'i 811, 1ST, 87 ft SO 4M4 177 SS'-, 70. 3naH 4.'. .l.'O .14414 . tl 14314 11.!, ri it INTO LEAGUE. TIGERS LOST TO ACORNS. Willimantio Basketbaliists too Fast for Y. M. C A. Team Score 21 to 19. At the T. M. C. A. gymnasium Sat urday evening the Tigers of the local association lost a hotly contested bas ketball game to the Acorns of the Wil limantic association. 21 to 19. Tile Wil limantic toys exhibited greater science and more experience in the game, but the home .team showed it had the ma terial to do some good work on the floor after a little more experience. A good sized crowd witnessed the con test and was worked into fever heat by the scrappy rally of the Tigers in the second half. ' In the first half the Acorns had the Tigers guessing by their fast passing and accurate shooting, Martin excell ing in the latter department. The Acorns finished the half in the lead, 15 to 8. Coming back for the second half, the Tigers got into the game with the vim of the animals they are named after. Desjardines popped in two right off the reel, and Read came along with a foul goal, leaving the Tigers only two behind. Then Aberg looped one in that tied the score, 15 to 15, amid the yells of the crowd- Martin put the Acorns in the lead a minute after, while the crowd got frantic urging the home team to go in and win. But the Acorns had a few shots left and pulled out ahead, 21 to 19. by the time the whistle blew. The lineup and sum mary: ' Acorns Martin If, E. Lewis rf, Jones c, A. Lewis Ig, Cochrane rg. Tigers Parsons if, Desjardlne rf, Aberg c. Read lg, Carron rg. Summary Acorns 21, Tiger 19. Goals from floor. Martin 4. E. Lewis 1, Jones 2, A. Lewis 1, Cochrane 2, Par sons 1, Desjardines 5, Aberg 2. Foul goals, E. Lewis 1. Read 3. Fouls called, on Martin 3, E. Lewis 1, Jones 3. A. Lewis 3. Cochrane 2, Aberg 4, Read 1, Carron 2. Referee, Brown. Scorer, Re veli. Time, two 20-minute halves. Champion Raoquet Pair. Boston, Jan. 24. As the result of play in the final round of the amateur racquet doubles tournament at the tennis andi racquet club, M. Hereford and P. D. Haughton of this city are the champion pair of the United States for 19-09. They attained this honor by winning four straight games from George R. Fearing, Jr., and H. D. Scott, who held the title during 1905, 1906 and 1908. Dorando Would Run Three. After defeating Coiey by seven miles in ridiculous fashion at Chicago, Fri day evening, Dorando Pietri said that he would prefer not to meet John Hayes in a two man race at the Mara thon distance. "I have already defeat ed Ha"S," he said, "and while I should like to run against him again. I should prefer the field would include a third man, preferably Longboat. Tuckey First in Line. President George Dovey of the Boston Nationals received one signed contract Saturday, almost by return mail. Thomas Tuckey of New Haven, the left-handed pitcher, was the first man to get into line. The Boston Nationals' game in the spring trip slated for Dan ville, Va.. has been shifted from April 8 to April 6, and Roanoke, Vt., has been booked for April 7 and 3. . Duckpin League Games. The duckpin teams in the Eastern Connecticut league meet tonig-ht for their ninth night of rolling. The Nor wich Wariors roll New London team No. 2 at New London, Westerly No. 1 rolls New London No. 1 at Westerly. The game schedule for this city be tween Ncrwich No. 1 and Westerly No. 2 has been postponed till later in the week. Knockout at New Orleans. New Orleans. Jan. 24. Young Cor bett knocked out Harry Ferns in the eleventh round of a match fought to day before the West Side Athletic c!uh in McDonoughville, across the river fromNew Orleans. Big Hand's 8tartling Finish. The largest attendance of the meet ing marked the Thunderbolt track rac ing at Savanrah or. Saturday. The weather was sprinkling. In the fifth race Big Hand, in the last eighth, forg ed up from last to first place. COMMERCIAL 800 Illluol, Central 146(4 14C 14." 700 inrborough McL ItSJ lr.fe 2JO0 Do. pld 43 43ii 44s, Intcnialloeal Paper 11, Do. pid 9('0 ln,rnti,ral Pump rWH 30 400 Iowa Ceuiral sit :1H "l"i 2201 Kansas Cily SuuUtem 42, 40 41T, 70O Do. Ifd 73 :;t 7: 14 100 Jjouiailllo it Nalum, 12;; u;i 12J Minn. & St. LouIh - - 58 600 M.. St. P. 3. St, M..14-.1, 142H 14li, 3100 Missouri Pacific 71 fiS'i 70 5400 Mo.. k.in. St Teiaa 4414 4i' 434, Do pfd 74'4 71 CH) iaUonal Lead 81 '4 80 ' So', 1000 New fork Central 129 128 IS, 5O0 X. Out. & West 46 404 4GT4 12O0 Norfolk At Western fiot SH Si 1000 North American 7KT 77 77". 100 Northern Patiflc 140 140 14o'i Paolflc -Mail - - - 3:414 4 I 10 Pennoylvarla ISS n214 132 2100 People,', Gas 104;4 104)4 104?, f,"4 Pittsburg. C. C. & St L. . SI 4 91 90 BOO Presied Steel Car V2'i 4'-",i 4214 Pullman Palflce Car 171 loo Ilailivav Steel Spring 47i4 47 "4 47 207OO Ileniiiij; !::(.. ;'- 1:(714 200 Kil.ur.ic Steel )!', 2r,'4 23", -10 rx,. pfd 7'4 HC'i 87 l'-'OO 'l(.?it fslj-ud Co 24-4 24', ?4'-4 Si'OO Do. pfd 2 61 61 , 100 St. L. & S. F. 2d pfd 40'4 4014 40(4 Kt. l.ouls Stitliwoslem. .. 23 Do. pld 400 Slow Sheffield S. & I 78i 78,i ri l.Vloo Southern Pacific 12114 120'4 120H Io. pfd j 2 1 4 Rii't Southern Ttallnay 21 2f.t4 2r,T, 400 Do. ptd 62'4 62 62'i 70 Tennessee Coppor 4.1 44 '4 444 100 Toa & Pacific .15 343,; 0' 0 Toledo. St. L. 4 West 51 5o4 5'rti l'- pl'd 70 70 70 :t::oo Cnion Pacific 180 if 173-4 170 1700 I nited Slates Rubber ::2 ?, 3, 000 Do. 1st pfd lin'4 10OI 1,1114 4."..:tt0 I ::lted State, Steel.... S4V4 5:rt 7.:;; 1000 Do. pfd ......14S 114 114 20.4 T'tah Copper 44 S 44 14 44l; 144o4 Va. Carolina Cliem 4s 461-, 47 1,10 Do. pfd 111 iu Dt r.oo wibsh ISV4 IK14 1 14 34"1 Do. pfd 4 4714 " 400 WeMlnirliotHP Eleetrle 8:414 82:4 8:: Weum Vnion 6854 Wheeling gc L. Klie II 1600 Wtwor.sln Central 4114 4014 ,014 400 Am. Tel. 4 Teg 121:4 12514 125, Total sales. 333.000 (hare,. MONEY New York. Jan.. 23. (Close.) Prim! mercantile paper 3 1-2 to 4 per cent. Sterling exchange, firm at 4.84.85(& 4.S4.95 for 60 daj s and at 4.87.30 4.R7. 3ii for demand. Commercial bills 4.S4 5-8'(M.S4 3-4. Bar silver 51 1-2: Mexican dollars 44 1-2. Money on call nominal, no loans. Time loans, soft; sixty days. 2 1-4 to 2 1-2 per cent.; and 90 days 2 3-4 to 3 per cent.; six months 3 to 3 1-4 per cent. COTTON. New York, Jan. 23. Cotton futures closed barely steady. Closing bids: January 9.67. February 9.67, March !'.67. April 9.67, May 9.66, June 9.60, July 9.59. .August 9.47. September 9.46, October 9.41. November 9.35. December 9.5. Spot closed quiet: middling up lands 30.00- middling gulf 10.25. No WESTON TO WALK ACROSS THE CONTINENT. From New York to San Francisco in 100 Days. Not satisfied with his walk from Portland, Me., to Chicago, 111., just forty years after his record walk of Oct. 29, 1867, Edward Payson Weston has undertaken a still greater feat. On his 70th birthday, March 15, he will leave New York for San Francis co, a 4,000 mile journey, which he ex pects to cover in 100 days. Mr. Weston has not selected his route, but favors the northern line acre sa the United States to the Alaska-Yukorf-Pacific exposition at Seattle, Wash., and then to San Francisco. He will not walk on Sundays, hart will use the day to deliver lectures en route. His;WttTk will start on March 15 and will be completed early in July. The walker will be accompanied on his trip by journalists from various cities and an attendant and hi mana ger. TOURNEYS AT SODALITY. Pool is Finishing Slowly Start Made in the Whist With Coughlin-Mullin in th. Lead. In the pool tournament at St. Jo seph's sodality the remaining games are 'being played slowly and while there are but a few to be played it is hard to get the right players together when each one feels like winning. Tiie games and the scores at present, including the handicaps, are as fol lows: P. Caples 44, 995; J. Boylan 40, 985; J. Tarrant 44, 982; W. Leahy 38, 938; D. Mullen 36, 899; J. O'Donovan 40, 8S6: C. McNamara 43. 885; T. Leahy 38, S50; W. Harrington 40. 818; B. Ring 34, 771; F. Murtha 31, 723; E. Brcphy 31. 714; W. Browne ?4, 701; M. Buckley 34. 697: J. F. Coue-hlin 34, 697; T. A. Crowley 28. 667: J. Moore 22. 625: J. Sheridan 28, 620; J. Dodd 27, 618; T. Fitzgerald 32. 617; William McGuiness 25, 603: J. H. Dunn 24, 577; F. J. Au brey 23, 552. In the whist tournament the partners have not all played as yet. but Vtie games with the scores of those who have played are as follow: Coughlin Mullin 7. 182; H. Eucklev-McNamara 5. 146; T. J. Kelly-Leahy 5. 145: Harrington-Connelly 4. 114; Corkery O'Donovan 4. 98; Fitzgorald-M. Buck ley 3, 73: McGarry-W holey 2, 50; Shea Burns 2, 30. NUTMEG LEAGUE BOWLING. Bridgeport the Leading Team First Division Raoe is Close. In the stato bowling league New Haven's team has done some great work. thus materially cutting down Bridgeport's lead. The first division teams are evenly bunched and it Is anybody's race between Wateruury, Hartford. New Haven and Bridgeport. Higby holds first place and MoKins try has come up to second, with Kelsey of New Haven third, by virtue of his high bowling the past week. French is a close fourth. The records: Team Standing. W. L. P C. H.T.T. Bridgeport .... 34 14 .708 2816 Kew Haven 31 17 .641 . 2003 Hartford 30 18 .625 2720 Waterbury 23 19 .604 2871 llddlftotll 26 22 ..141 2t.87 Stamford 22 26 .4.18 2015 Wallincford 12 3 .2.10 24"8 ?ew Briuln 8 40 .1C4 'J705 Individual Average,. Garner Total,. Higby. W,terburr 9 7204 Average. 184.28 Meb.ln3try. H,rlford 45 Kelsey. New Haven 41 French, New Haven 48 bton,, Waterbury 42 Hall. New Haven 3a Glborni. Mildlflown 13 1'eard, Hprtford 36 Burr. Mlddletarn 28 Pranklln. Stamford 41 llrewer. Brldg.port 42 Gulraaa, Stamford 42 Dudley. Bridgeport 46 Alien. Waterbury 33 Mil. Kew Haven 44 Trwt. Hartford 48 Mtddleton, Waterbury 38 Dougiaa. Bridgeport 38 Teller. Waterbury 40 llajes. liiddletovrn 39 Uhalen. Uridtteport 18 Malsth. Waurbury ; 2.1 lfollacher. New Haven 27 Tlernan. Bridgeport 3.1 Pasco. Hartford 14 IJgglns. liartford 2!t May. New Britain 45 Dickens. New Haven 1-1 Baaso. Nw Britain 30 Smith. New Haven 21 Rabeock. Mlddletown 45 TerTi,. Stamford 31 181. "it IMt 4:1 8186 8713 7400 58.18 3104 f.:7 4010 7242 7417 7401 8006 5770 84:: 6022 r,ll 6031 67:tl 300.1 4207 4010 60o:i 2". 10 4011 743 2148 5001 3V;9 f.io'l 701:1 4i'!'7 2001 :i :I0 4103 4l::o 32'.'9 6701 2' 19 2029 4.170 7779 3811 3846 3104 2091 ;H33 4177 6,-8 6903 7::2:t 311 4403 181.25 178.14 177.17 177.8 176.31 176.22 176.26 176.2; 176.9 176. 17 4.28 17.1.3 174.10 173.37 173J1 1723 171.17 171.22 171.2: 171.18 170.10 170.21 169.38 109.13 168.21 168.11 167.42 167.14 166.41 16(1.17 Walker, New Britain 42 'Miner. New Britain 31 Casey. Hartford 18 S-oville. Middletntrn 20 Moriarty. Hartford 27 Bltge. Hartford 2 Ahcarn. Mlddletonn 24 Wohllcbcn. Stamford 41 Moore, Stamford 15 Clapp, Hartford 18 "Ml ils. WalllngfiTd 7 McGrati. Ni Britain 48 Proskey, Mlddletown 24 Berg. New Brluin 24 Peckham. SUmford 20 16.1.3 165.10 16.1.8 16.18 151.19 H',1. 163.4 1P2. 13 162.2 162.3 160.11 160.C, 159.14 Parwr. Waterhnry 17 1.18.5 Talcolt. Stamford 23 Davison. Stamford 20 Hut. WalllngfiTd 44 Bartholomew, Walllngford .. 45 ":oolnon. Walllngfoid 48 Fox, Wallir.gford 2:1 Kearlng, Walllngford 30 T'ivh utneif, stripe. Clanrt 1,17.22 1.17.24 1.1' 153.18 1.10.23 lio.l 149 .2 278 Igh three string. Kelsey. 70' Hiah game, New Haven 1061 High team total. New Haven 2992 Team Standing. Total Ave. Ave. Ave.per ! Pirall. Team total. G.-.me. Man. New Haven 42417 264S 881 176 Waterbury 41995 2024 87! 174 Hartford 41431 8' 89 81.1 172 Bridgeport 41418 21SS 803 172 liddletoom 40303 2522 m;t 170 Ktamford 39849 2160 8::0 166 New Britain 39107 2409 823 164 Walllngford S6488 22S0 MO 152 Chance is Broke. Los Angeles. Cal., Jan. 24. Frank Chance, the peerless leader of t world's champion Cubs, is broke. Chance had been doing fairly well with his bookmaking at the Santa Anita track until Charley Gates began his winning streak. Chance had bid for Gates' money and had been taking large wagers from the plunger until Thursday he met his Waterloo. Gates took out of his book something like $45,000, winning every wager he made with Chance. Gates' losing bets were wagered elsewhere... Gates' winning above all losses on Thursday totalled $30,000 and Chance's book was put out of bus! ness. The Cub manager has retired his book, but is still about the track. Basketball Games. At West Point Saturday the army pwpmped the Newburg Young Men's Christian association in a basketball game by a score of 53 to 15. Georgetown showed superiority over the Naval Academy at basketball Sat. urday afternoon at Annapolis by win ning the third and decisive game of the series by a score of 26 to 23. ASTHMA UVr: L. V. Lowfll. Methuen. Maw., writes, "My son was cured of ASTHMA with RKSPIRO REMKDIES in ?92. This was a rery severe cae. We usrd the three ItEMKDIKS as dllrerted. and frcra the flrst he improted, was noon perfpptly well and has nerer had an attack since." Send for (free) sample. FRANK EMERSON (Apothecary), Lawrence. Mass. 4 . II Gilfillan 'PHONE 842. 'PHONE 842. STOCKS, BONDS 4 Shannon Bids AND COTTON. . Norwich, Ct. Correspondent JOHN DICKINSON & CO. (Established 1895.)v 42 Broadway New York. Members Consolidated Stock Ex change, N. Y., Chicago Board of Trade. Direct private wire to floor of Exchange CURB STOCKS A SPECIALTY. JanStV) The Del-ttoff; HAYES mi OS- Proprietors. Broarlnar, Norwich. Coe. Running Hot and Cold Water. Rooms Unexcelled. ' Service Prompt Tables reserved for Ladles. febSd I.S.GiibertSSons 137 111 MAIN STREET, Preinventory Sale PARLOR and LIBRAR Y FURNITURE 1 Three-piece Suite $100.00, now $80.00 1 Three-piece Suite I 65.00, now $50.00 1 Three-piece Suite 45.00, now $36.00 1 Three-piece Suite $ 30.00, now $23.00 1 Five-piece Suite $ 30.00, now $23.00 1 Divan t 33.00, now $24.00 1 Mahogany Sofa $ S5.00, now $27.00 1 Mahog. Arm Chair $ 25.00, now $19.00 2 Mahog. Arm Chairs ) 22.00, now $15.00 6 Arm Chairs 20.00, now $15.00 6 Arm Chairs J $10.00, now $3-$6 12 Reception Chairs $ 6.00, now $ 4.00 PORTIERES Values $3.50, now $2.50 Values $5.00, now $4.00 Values $7.50, now $6.50 MUSLIN CURTAINS Values $1.25, $1.35, now $1.00 pair CARPETS Velvet, $1.15 value for $1.00 Sewed and laid. Velvet, $1.00 value for 90c Sewed and laid. Tapestry Brussels, 95c value for 85c Sewed and laid. Tapestry Brussels, 85c value for 75c Sewed and laid. j Heavy All-wool, 65c. LINOLEUMS Inlaid, $1.25 quality for $1.00 square yd. Printed, 60c quality for 45c square yd. Axminster Rugs 9x12, a few patterns Sanford quality at low price of $19.00. Sale ends Saturday, Jan. 30th Jan22d Just see what we can offer you in the line of Canned Fruit and Vegetables PEOPLE'S fflAfWET, 6 Franklin St. JUSTIN HOLDEN, Prop. jan22d This Ad. and the recommendation of those that used it, sold ten gross of our Syrup of WHITE PINE AND TAR last year. Made and sold by the H. M. LEROU CO, 276 West Main. 'Phone 477-12 LadiesTravel Miles to come to our store for the bargains In DRESS GOODS. The fact that we buy direct from the manufacturer, saving the middleman's profit, is being appreciated moii every day. Our cus tomers get the benefit. May we add your name to our Increasing list ? BRADY & SAXT0N, Telephone 306-2. NORWICH TOWN. augl9d GEO. A. DAVIS Ladies' Shop ping Begs, Pocket Books and Purses IN GREAT VARIETY. We are showing the best line of these goods ever offered in Norwich and at prioes way below what you ordinarily pay. Our regular $1,00 Book at 75c, the $1.25 Book at 95c. These are splendid values. Other Bags from $1.25 up. There are many new designs in this lot. Purses and Pocket Books, all prices. Gentlemen's Letter Cases, Bill Rolls and Bill Books. Wo want you to see our goods be fore you purchase elsewhere. GEO. A. DAVIS, 25-29 Broadwa- janl9daw THERE Is no advertising medium In Eastern Connetticut eotial to The Bul letin for business results. . WHAT TO BUY AND IN NORWICH Try Our COFFEE! IT WILL PLEASE YOU. CARDWELL FUNERAL DESIGNS. All orders given careful attention. Est. of G. GEDULDIS, Horisr, Telephone 66-2. 77 Cedar Street. HILL. REMNANT STORE, 201 West Halo St. Holiday bargains' In a fine line of Dress Goods and Silk Remnants at half price. Special bargains in Cloaking 54 inches wide at 39 cents a yard. Come and see them at Mill Remnant Store, 201 West Main street. John Bloom, Prop. Carfare returned to anyone buylngf one dollar's worth of goods. :, .r" awe. , i ai MANUFACTURERS Allow us to quote you on mill supplies in Steam, Water or Gas lines. t We can supply you various Specialties out side of the regular lines at very favorable prices. Of course we carry a complete line of Pipe, Valves, Fittings, Etc, in s'.ock, Pip: cutting by Machine Power a specialty. ROBERT BROlfJH ESTATE, 55, 57, 59 West Main Street. Telephone: 133. i vu.au. JtM.ff um n J in I'. Jf -i . i nil' i 1 1 f, at i i.Mri ttit 'i.ii H"- M7safrT3 TEACH YOUR CHILDREN TO SAVE Set them a good example by using Sapolin for renewing furniture, picture frames, etc. You can get a Sapolin Savings Bank FREE with every 25c purchase of Sapolin. Act quickly. TOD A Y. They won't last long. R. E. FORM THE HOUSEHOLD, Bulletin Euildlng, 74 Franklin Street. g-wniijas. if you think we're fooling when We say "we can perfect your hot water heating system" and save you money. The appliance we use does many things for you, viz. Rapid circulation, Quick results from firing Economy of fuel, etc. f certainly more advantages than you are deriving from your system at present. The Honeywell System is doing all we claim for it, and we can show you this device working, as we have one attached to our system. Inquiries solicited in regards to the Honeywell. J. P. BARSTOW & CO., Tel. 897 23 and 25 Water Street John & Geo, H, Bliss JEWELERS Watches '' Diamonds Cut Glass Silverware Clocks Fine Watch Repairing 126 Main Street, dec2Sd DR. C R. CHAA1BERLA1N, Dent a Surgeon. In chargo of Dr. S. L. Gecr's practice during his last illness. 161 Main Street, nov26d Norwich, Conn. Rose Bowling Alleys, LUCAS HALL , AS Shetucket Street. ectl3d J. J. C. STOKE, Prop. WHERE TO BUi Funeral Orders ARTISTICALLY ARRANGE HUNT, Florist, t Telephone ISO. Lafayette Strew. Dr. E. J. JONES, Dentist (Successor to Dr. O. M. Bowen) Suit 29-80 . . , 8hannon Building, a.ak elevator. Telephone connection. s opt! 44 DENTISTRY Th. dental business establish. if my brother, whose assistant I waa for many years, will be continued by assisted by Dr. V. D. Eldred. It will be a pleasure to see th former customers of my brother and a man? new ones as will favor me with ta.lr patronage. Extracting ?.So and up. novlSd DR. CHA. 3. ELDRED. 0 jajri afMs.i uai. GET ON BANK STREET this ad ELECTRICITY FOR LIGHTING CHANGE IN PRICE The price to be charted to psrsor and corporations for electricity fir lighting has been chrnared by the un dersigned, to take effect on Nov. L 1908: Unit is to say, all bill rendered as of Nov. 1. 19US, for electricity for lighting as shown by metre readlnajs taken Oct. 20-24, 19u8. to have been used since the last previous reading; shall be billed according to th follow ing schedule: 1 to 430 kilo-watt hours. It cents per kilo-watt. Over 459 kilo-watts. 10 eenta for flrst 450 kiln-watts and t cents for each ad ditional kilc-watt. Example: Number of kilo-watts used, l.noo. 40 Kilo-watts at 10 cents 145 00 650 Kilo-watts at S cents 17. SO Amount of Bill .172 50 Norwich. Oct. 1. 190S. JOHN M'WILLIAMS. WILLIAM F. BOGUE. GILBERT S. RAYMOND. Board of Gas and Electrical Commis sioners. oct3d There Anything the Matter With Your Feet? If so. you wouid do well to com and see me. In connection with this work I also do manicuring, shampooing and massage treatment. Call and see m.. MRS. lDERWOOD. decld ol Brwadwmr. TRKRB r ro aavertls'.na; anadluaa na Eastern Connecticut equal t fat Bmim totlu (or buainaae ruli