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NORWICH BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1909.
MURRAY'S Boston Store WILLIMANTIC, CCKN. This is Ihe Last Week ol Our JANUARY SALE Saturday it the closing day of this Brest bargain event, hence but a few days remain in which to supply your wants in wearables and housekeeping goods. Every day this week you will have ohance to obtain bargains greater than will again be offered this year. Housekeeping Goods 72-Inch Bleached Table Unen, 69c yard. All Linen Brown Toweling, a yard Tc. All Linen Bleached Toweling, a yard c. 18-lnch Huck Toweling, a yard 8c. 12 yards of Long Cloth, $1.25. $1.50. Fringed Bed Spreads, $1.33. Bed Spreads, cut corner, $1.39. Turkish Towels, two for 25c. Bed Spreads, hemmed, 89c, $1.10. $10 Bed Blankets, a pair $1.10. 81 by 99 Inch Sheets, each 39c to Sc. Bed Ticking, a yard 8c. Unbleached Cotton Flannel, a yard tc. on Heaters, $2.89. Nickeled Lamp, complete, $1.59. Dress Fabrics Fancy Weave White Muslin, 10c yard. Outing Flannel, white or colored, 8c yard. Crinkled Seersucker, 10c yard. Light or Dark Prints, ac yard. Best Apron Ginghams, 6c yard. Best quality Dress Ginghams, 11c p-ard. Yard-wide Perrales. lie ynrd. 75c Woolen Suitings, 56c yard. . . $1.00 Plaid Silks, 75c yard. Other Bargain Offerings t 100 yards of Sewing Silk for 7c. Darning Cotton, three spools Sc. Bert nuality Safety Pins, 5c dozen. Toilet Paper, 1000 sheets for 7e. Cloth-finish Writing Paper, 20c lb. Jftc Shirt Waists, 44c. $1.00 Shirt Waists, 84c. The H. C. Murray Co. Agents Ladies' Home Journal Paper Patterns. 5an2d Winter Horse Goods. Kull line Just received. A complete assortment of Blankets, both stable and street. The place is . A. R Bt'RJ'HAM'J. Valley Street. Willimantic. L. m. REED lias the agency for the Travelers Life end 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. JAA1ES C. SMALL, Blacksmith and Wap Repairing AT SHORT NOTICE. Bank otrest. Willlmantio. HIRAM N. FENN, UNDERTAKER and EMHALMER. $2 Church St.. Willlnr.antle. Ct. Telephone. Lady Assistant PATTISON'S the home of delicious confections. When you think of entertaining think of Pattlson's Ice Cream and Ices, be cause no , entertainment is complete unless you serve Pure Ice Cream. You Will always find Pattlson's the most delicious and wholesome, for all In gredients are thoroughly tested thus Insuring absolute purity. W utt on!? rich, fret h Crstm In eur ftetori. Just 'phone us and we can furnish you with any quantity or flavor you wish as well as brick Ice Cream or fancy moulds. . PA'i TISON'S, 736 Main St.. aept22d Willimantic. Conn. whei yon ui to put your nasi fjesa batoro tne uuD'ic. tnere is no me dium better tnan tarcugn the advanc ing columns ot The Bulletin. is enough to give your child a start in life. This can be accomplished by parents depositing $i each week dur ing, his minority in our bank. Most children knowing that a bank account has been started for them, will make continuous effort to add to the amount of their savings thus accumulating a fund which will later en able them to start in business well equipped for success. Open an account at once $i is enough we pay inter est compounded semi-annually. Deposits made on or before April ioth will bear interest from April ist. Willimantic Savinos Institute H. C. MURRAY, Prest. ! Willimantic, Danielson and WILLiMANTIC. Will of William Ross of Chaplin Ad mitted to Probate Appeal Taken. The postponed probate hearing on the will of the late William Ross of Chap lin was held before Judge of Probate Merritt Welch of the Chaplin probate district, at Chaplin, at 11 o'clock Mon day morning. Dr. Charles M. Knight, Peleg- H. Bromley and Wilbur Lamphear, wit nesses of tha will, were questioned by Attorney King and cross-examined by Attorneys Capen and Hunter, who ap peared for the alleged contestants of the document. They were unable to make any point. Drs. Parker and Ma son of this city were present at the hearing, but were i ot called upon. The will was admitted to probate, and then counsel for the alleged con testant? gave notice of an appeal to the superior court. Mrs. Ross, who is named as executrix or tne wm, was represented by Attorneys King, Har vey and Searles. This Is Attorney Searles' initial appearance la the con test. Judge Welch appointed these ap praisers: Dr. Charles M. Knight, Frank W. Landon of Chaplin and Attorney P. J. Danahey of this city. With the latter's appointment as an appraiser the full array of atorneys known to be interested in tlie case total six. De sides the judge of probate. CHARGED WITH FRAUD. Charles H. Webster to Be Given Hear ing in Norwich Today. Monday forenoon Charles JI. Web ster, manager of the C. H. Webster Chemical company of 237 Valley street, this city, was arrested at the request of the Norwich police authorities, charged with fraud. A Norwich officer came to this city and took Mr. Webster to Norwich to answer to the charge. Mr. Webster was wanted In that place for the alleg ed passing of a fraudulent check on Joseph Berard, proprietor of the Con tinental hotel, Norwich. It Is alleged that the check was passed about two weeks ago, and was made out by Mr. Websier, and same came back with no tice that there was no money on de posit to meet it. Mr. Webster was accompanied to Norwich by Town Clerk Frank P. Fen ton of this city, and the party went to the office of Judge Iucius Brown, where Mr. Fenton went surety on a $100 bond for Mr. Webster's appearance In the police court at Norwich this morning. It is understood that Mr. Webster gave his name there as "William H. Web ster." FUNERAL. Mrs. Stella S. Church. The funeral of Mrs. Stella S. Church was held at the Congregational church In Andover Monday afternoon at 1 o'cIock. The service was largely at tended by relatives and friends. Rev. A. J. Afc Loud, pastor of the church, was the officiating celrgyman. The bearers were Charles Frederich, Justin Isham, James A. Utley and W. H. Buell. Bur ial was in the Andover cemetery. Bl more & Shepard of this city were In charge. OBITUARY. Mrs. Davi I Barry. ., Mrs. Margaret Barry, aged 34 year, wife of David Barry, died at her home. 30 P-hoolhouse lane, Sunday morning r.fter a brief Illness with heart dls casv Bf sides her husband, she leaves two sisters, Ellen and Mary Donahue, find a brother, Michael Donahue, all of Hartford. JOHN D. WILSON'S WILL Admitted to Probate at South Coven try. Judge George H. Robertson of the South Coventry probate court held a hearing Saturday on the acceptance of the last will and testament of the late John D. Wilson of South Coventry The document was executed July 4, 1902, and F.dward A. Colburn.now dead, was named as executor. The benefi ciaries are Miss Lvmera Smith of South Coventry, a sister-in-law; Mrs. Ifattle K Brainard of Hnrtford.a niece; Mrs. Edwin LeDoyt of Hartford, who was an intimate acquaintance of the TO CVRE A COI.D IS 0K DAY, Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab lets. Druggists refund money If It fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature is on each box. 25c. Tu L' 1 -1 do not roxrrsB the SATIN TOILET SPECIALTIES with ordinary articles. Satin good3 are made in tueir own factory, with every im proved appliance and accessory. Satin Hkln Cream and Satin Skin Powder are best made. 23c. heading druggists. 7 Dr. F. C. JACKSON, DENTIST Painless Extracting and Filling; a Specialty Lowest prices. All work guaran teed. Associated Dental Parlors, 752 Main St- Willimantic. aug6TThS . ELMORE & SBEPARD, IS j "ccssors to Sessions St Elmo.-e) Enttsrs and Funsral Directors, 60-62 North Street. Telephone connection. and more N. D. WEBSTER. Treast family of the deceased and made her home with them at one time. The only other beneficiary is Arthur E. Brain ard of Soinersvile, Ct., whose mother was a sifter of the deceased. Judge Robertson appointed Arthur E. Brainard administrator with the will annexed. The appraisers appointed are Albert E. Harmon and Charles Kolb, both of South Coventry. It Is thought that the, estate will inventory about $8,000, $2,000 of which is In real estate. 1 TENTH ANNIVERSARY Celebrated With Turkey Supper to Friends by Mr. and Mrs. P. C. At- wood. Mr. and Mrs. PhiJo C. Atwood cele brated the tenth anniversary of their marriage Monday, entertaining the employes of A. JD. Spellman & Co., where Mr. Atwood is employed, and a tew other intimate friends, number ing twenty-odd, with an excellent tur key supper, served at 8 o'clock in (.'happens. At the conclusion of sun- rui narttf H inn rrm,l tf thp hnmA of Mr. and Mrs. Atwood. 254 Valley street, where the remainder of the evening was pleasantly passed with music and games. In behalf of tit l assembled friends, C. M. Thompson presented Mr. and Mrs. Atwood a beautiful cut glass wa ter set in a felicitous speech. The host and hostess responded, express ing genuine appreciation for the good will that prompted the gift. Mr. and Mrs. Atwood also received many articles In tinware and other useful reminders from the Individual members of the party. BRIDGEPORT YOUNG LADIES Honor Guests at Reception Given by Mrs. Herbert R. Chappell. Mrs. Herbert R. Chappell of No. 265 Prospect street, between the hours of 4 and 6 o'clock Monday afternoon, held an informal reception in honor of the Misses Peabody of Bridgeport, who are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chappell. A small party, of friends invited to meet the Misses Peabody were re ceived by Mrs. Chappell and the young ladies. Luncheon was served and a very enjoyable time was passed by hostesses and guests. Leave for the South. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Shea, with their daughters. Misses Mary and Alice Shea, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Jones, left Monday morning on the express for New York, whence they left Monday evening for Jacksonville, Fla., to spend several weeks. They will make Jacksonville their head quarters and from there make a tour of the southland, visiting many places of interest. WILLIMANTIC WRESTLER WON. Kid Wilson Thrown Twice by Young Hendrick in 37 MinutesChampagne Defeats Williams. The wrestling match in the armory Monday evening drew an audience of betwen 2j0 and 300, and was decided ly interesting. There was a prelimin ary match between two local wrestlers, Williams and Champagne, for 15 min utes, catch as catch can. Champagne obtained the first fall on a scissors hold in six minutes. The next fall went to young Williams on a half-Nelson in three minutes. The third and final was awarded to Champagne on anoth er scissors hold in three minutes. The main match was between Kid Wilson of Hartford and Young Hen drick of Willimantic. The conditions were host two out of three In an hour, catch as catch can, strangle hold bar red. The local man weighed In at 125 pounds and the Hartford man at 145. From the moment time was called young Hendrick forced the match ai! the way against his heavier and stronger opponent. The wrestlers surg ed back and forth on the mat, Wilson apparently taking the match lightly and breaking about every hold the Wil limantic man obtained, until your;g Hendrick was awarded the first fall on a back hammerlock hold in 21 1-2 min utes. The crowd went wild and began to guy the heavy visitor. The second fall went to Kid Wilson on a full Nelson In 6 1-2 minutes. The audience commenced to sit up and take notice. Wilson had awakened from his lethargy and began to show form, but the third and final fall was awarded to young Hendrick on a ham-mei'lof-k In 9 minutes. The referee was Abo F.obarge, and the timer P. J. F. Sullivan. Peter Lewis of Norwich was present and challenged the winner; was ac cepted and a forfeit wlil be posted to day. Kid Collins of Central Village was also present, and it was announced that he would go on In this city if it was the wish of the snorting public, as he was all ready with a couple of challenges. Personals. H. T. Clark was a Hartford visitor Monday. Rev. J. J. Fleming was In Harford Monday. John Fryer was a Hartford -visitor Monday. Miss Fitts spent Sunday at her home in Chaplin. Miss Emma Keatln6 is In Manches ter on business. Dr. J. L. Sullivan has gone to Boston for a brief stay. John Foran of New London hpent Sunday in town. Roy Sweet of New London was a Willimantic visitor Sunday. Fred A. Rathburn of Hebrop was In Willimantic on business Monday. ,Mrs. Harry Tarks of South Wind ham spent Monday in Hartford. Mifs Annie Kelley of Jacksin place was a Hartford visitor Monday, William Oldershaw of Park street is In Hartford for a few days' visit. Miss Annie Gallagher of Windham road is in Boston for a short visit. Miss Maizie Kliot spent Sunday in Worcester and vicinity with friends. Miss Kathlyn Conway returned Mon day to her homo in Rockville, after a visit in Willimantic. Mrs. William Rafferty of Putnam was calling on her mother, Mrs. E. Smith of Union street, Monday. Mrs. George Elliott of Prospect street left Monday for North Adams, Mass., to visit the latter's father. Casper Isham, formerly principal of the Winham street schools here, now located in Boston, was a recent vistor in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Shea p.nd daugh ers, Mary and Alice, left Monday for Florida, where they are to spent the rest of the winter. Brigadier General J. B. Paulhus was at North Grosvenordale Sunday install ing the officers of L'Union St. Jean Baptist D'Amerique of Oat place. JEWET. CITY. Borough Election Monday Democrats Win in Contest for Collector and Bailiff. The borough election was held on Monday. The polls closed at 8 p. m. Both burgesses, clerk and treasurer, both assessors and both auditors were elected, the contest being on collector and bailiff, Hourigan and Delaney, democrats, winning out. Following was the vote: Burgess. Joseph H. Mc Carthv, d, 102; Douglas P. Auclair, r, 69. Clerk, Albertus C. Burdick, d. 175. Treasurer. Albertus C. Burdick, on both tickets. Assessor, John E. Green, d. 104; John H. Tracy, r, 71. Collector, John A. Hourigan, d, 107; Benjamin R. Gardner, r, 67. Bailiff, John O. Delaney, d, 100; Martin S. Davis, r, 71. Auditor, Maxcy Seymour, d, 101; Olin F. Miller, r, Yi. At League Meeting. Manaarer Thomas McBroome. ex Manager Arthur M. Williams and Eli Lague. Jr.. the secretary, were at a meeting of the directors of the Eastern Connecticut Baseball league in ijaniei son Sunday afternoon. Request Was Too Late. A shipment of 1,500 pairs of Hunga rian gray partridges shipped from Ant werp arrived in New Haven Saturday, p.nd were distributed mostly in New Haven county. Tests have proven that these birds thrive In this climate. This is the second shipment in a year. The request to get some in Griswold was too late. DANIELSON. Parents Warned About Permitting Children to Attend Moving Picture Shows Manager Replies Woman's Auxiliary to Y. M. C. A. Dr. Charles Leclalre, because of ill ness, is resting from active duties, al though ho is ahle t be out. George Rawson of Worcester spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rawson. 'Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cyr, Mr. and Mrs,. Henry Gareau, Miss Emma Char tier and Alphonse Gareau were guests of relatives in Wauregan Sunday. Tyler Crutteden of Norwich, deputy state dairy commissioner, has been making official visits in Danielson. Rev. J. B. Norcoss of Boston will spfsk at the Baptist church this (Tues day) evening. Mrs. W. A. Graves was injured by a fall on the 4ce near her home, on Me chanic street, Monday morning. Frank Wilbur and Miss Nellie Henry of Providence were guests of Daniel son friends Sunday. Miss Feleda Terry of Canterbury was the guest of friends In. Danielson over Sunday Weavers Working in Plainfield. I,--cal wooltn weavers have secured employment at tha mill of the Plain field Woolen company, in Central Vil lage, which will put on a night force in a few days. Fans Interested. Danielson followers of the baseball game will await with Interest the de cision of the directors of the Eastern Connecticut league relative to admit ting a team to represent this place. Danielson has not had a baseball team for several seasons. Directresses for February. The directresses for the Ladles' Be nevolent society of the Congregational church for February are Mrs. George Cole, Mrs. Charles Hyde, Miss Carrie Fellows and Miss Olive Sanger. The first annual meeting and election of officers of the Danielson Y. M. C. A. will be held this week. Attorney and Warren D. Chase are spending several weeks at Daytona Beach, Fla. Does Not Desire Re-election. . William H. Marland, who was elect ed warden of Danielson at the last an nual borough meeting, will not be a candidate for re-election at the annual meeting to be held in April. George C. Baker of Attleboro, Mass., was the guest of friends in Danielson over Sunday. Henry P. Sanger of Lawrence, Mass., called on friends In Danielson Monday. Building operations underway in Danielson will make a big increase In the total assessed property values in the town of Killingiy on the next list to be completed. MOVING PICTURE SHOWS Subject of Sermon Show Manager's Statement. At St. James' church Sunday Rev. Peter Roux spoke some words of warn ing to the congregations at the differ ent masses relative to motion picture shows. Father Roux was not severe in his criticisms, but advised the par ents as to what their duty Is in regard to permitting their children to attend entertainments of the nature mention ed and recommended that they be kept at home. Monday the manager of a local picture theater in a statement which he Issued says: "Yesterday in some of the churches the clergy spoke on the subject of mov ing picture shows. Every word we en dorse. For the success of this business It must be kept Instructive and moral." The manager also extends an invi tation to the clergymen of Danielson to vinjt his entertainments, that they may judge of tin character of theipictures presented. As a general rule the pic tures shown in Danielson are not In cluded in the objectionable class. WEDDING. Dion Connell. At the Sacred Heart church In Wau regan, Monday morning, Miss Kath erina Connell and Louis Dion, both of Wauregan, were united In marriage by Rev. U. O. Bellerose. Miss Julia Con nell and John J. Connell, sister ond bnother of the bride, were respectively bridesmaid and best man. Mr. and Mrs. Dion left on an afternoon train for their wedding trip. They will make their home in Wauregan. Mr. Dion was a pitcher of the Wauregan league base ball Usm durirg last summer. To Safeguard Crossing. The railroad crossing at Franklin street is to be taken from the list of unguarded crossings. Monday jnen from the engineers' department of the railroad company came to Danielson to make measurements, preparatory to the installation of an automatic safe ty device. Borough Notes. Miss Alice Jacobs of Wellesley, Mass., spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Jacobs. Oliver Jacobs and Roy Keech spent the week ond at Ookland Beach, R. I. C. J. Gilligan of Stafford Springs epsnt Sunday with his family. The Ladies' Bridge club met Monday evening with Mrs. A. Putnam Wood ward. John Miller of Poughkeepsle, N. Y., is in town. calld here by the serious Illness of his father, James Miller. CHARTER MEMBERS Of Woman's Auxiliary to the Y. M. C. A. Following Is the list of charter mem bers of the Woman's Auxiliary to the Y. M. C. A.: Miss Hattie Arnald, Mrs. C. H. Barber, Mrs. A. G. Bill, Mrs. Clarence Bacon. Mrs. Edward A. Brown, Miss Clara E. Brooks, Miss S. M. Buriingame, Miss Olive Burnham, Miss Marion D. Chollar, Mrs. J. M. Clark, Mrs. Joseph Codding, Mrs. F. E. Colvin, Miss Ruth B. Cornwell, Miss Fr&nces Cowles, Mrs. W. J. Craig, Mrs. R. S. Cushman, Mrs' O. B. Danielson, Mrs. Joseph Danielson, Miss Ruth Dan ielson, Mrs. John Davis, Miss Eileen Davis, Miss Annie Day, Mrs. John Day, Misj Carrie Fellows, lilss Mary R. Hague, Miss Amelia B. Hutchins, Miss Roberta A. Horton, M:-s. F. A. Jacobs, Mrs. Esther A. Jaco'jS, Miss Agnes Ja cobs, Mrs. G. A. J.nnstone, Mrs W. E. Kech, Miss Ethel Kennedy. Mrs. W. H. Martin. Mrs .lenry McEwen. Miss Matie O'B-.'en, Miss Grace O'Brien.Mrs. John .V. Paine. Mrs. C. A. Potter, Mrs. F. T. Preston, Miss Sarah Putnam, Mrs. Rl Robinson, Mrs. M. A. Shum way. Mrs. P. B. Sibley. Miss Mary Smith, Miss Grace Stanton, Mrs. J. L. A. Stone, Mrs. Marcus Wood, Miss Edith Wood, Miss Nellie Woodbridg. Putnam j Mrs. C. C. Young. (Honorary mem bers: Miss Abbie B. Backus, Miss A. M. Young, Miss Susan Young. The Ladles' Whist club meets today (Tuesday) with Mrs. John Reed. PUTNAM. William M. Leo of Chaplin Confesses to Pomfret BurglaryArrested by State Policeman' Hurley Burglary at Alexander's Shop Norwich Tern - peranco Men Advocate Woman's Auxiliary. State Policeman Robert Hurley of Hartford did a quick and effective piece of work Mondav in clearing up the burglary at tha Bradley residence on pomfret street. Hurley received word of the break In Hartford Mon day morning and at 6 o'clock in the afternoon he came into Putnam with William M. . Lee. .24, of Chaplin, who confesses to being guilty of the break. 4 The house entered is one of the finest on Pomfret street and is known as the George Lathrop Bradley place. A window was forced open to gain entrance and as the place is vacant during the winter months Lee had plenty of time to ransack the house, which he proceeded to do In a thor ough manner. The work was done during the early houra of Sunday morning. Dressers and trunks were broken open and everything movable was turned topsy turvy. Candle grease stains the costly floor coverings In various rooms. Just what was taken cannot tie ascertained until the Brad leys are communicated with, because Lee was not talkative on the subject. After ransacking the house another building on the place known as the office was visited. The cellar door was forced open, but a locked door at the head of the stairs prevented access io the upper pert of tne building. Deputy Sheriff George S. Holbrook of this city accompanied State Police man Hurley In the search for the bur glar. Lee, because of certain circum stances, was believed to know some thing of the affair and when charged with the crime his nerve wavered and his confession was gradually made. Lee Is employed as a farmhand at Pomfret. He will be given a hearing before Justice C'harles O. Thompson at Pomfret this (Tuesday) morning. Lee was locked up Monday night at police headquarters for safe keeping and will be taken to Pomfret this it ALEXANDER'S SHOP In Central Block Broken Into Loss Not Believed to Be Heavy. The watch repairing shop of J. F. Alexander in the Central block was broken into Sunday night or Mon day morning. The shop is on the sec ond floor of the building and whoever did the work could do o without fear of interruption in the Jong, dark hall way. The street door Is never locked and getting up to the second floor was only a matter of walking. A storm door on the Alexander shop was forced open and the second door on the other side of the casing was opened by cut ting out the glass and turning the spring lock. Just what the loss is could not be determined Monday, but it Is not believed It will be heavy. OBITUARY. Mrs. John Paine. Mrs. Lillian Bugbee Paine. M, wife of John Paine, died at her home on School street Monday after a short illness with pneumonia. She is sur vived by her husband, two sons. Rviy and John of Putnam, three daughters, Mrs. Florence Burdick. Mrs. Herbert Chaffee of Putnam and Mrs. Clayton Fisher of Pomfret. WOMEN TO OR3ANIZE. Will Form Auxiliary to T. A. B. So ciety Addressed by Norwich Speak ers. Sunday afternoon in their hall on Pomfret street St. Aloysius T. A. and B. society held a meeting for the pur pose of considering the organizing of a ladies' auxiliary. President James Mc Gann presided. About thirty ladies were present. President McGann re viewed the objects of the meeting and talked on the aid of a ladles' auxiliary to the society. Other speakers were John Gilligan. Felix Callahan and Walter Casey, members cf the Nor wich branch of the T. A. and B. Their remarks were In the interest of tem perance and the influence a ladies' auxiliary can bring to bear on a com munity in bringing in new members to the total abstinence union. Miss Julia Casey was named as chairlady ana Miss Mary Ryan secretary pending the ele-tion of officers at a meeting to be held next Sunday. The following la dles were named as a committee to frame a constitute n and b-laws and attend to details, incident to organiza tions: Miss Isabetle Murray, Emma Bellrose, Anna Orlffin, Cassie Sullivan, Alma Desatuck, Juli? Casey and Mary Ryan. It was decided tha". the new organ ization be called the St. Agnes' auxil iary to the St. Aloysius' T. A. and B. society. Grange Installation. State Master Leonard H. Healey of Woodstock installed the officers of Putnam grange in A. O. H. hall Mon day evening. There was an attend ance of about 150 and the Installation was regarded as one of the most satis factory ever held in this city. Fol lowing the work there was a roclal hour, during which many things of in terest were said by the various speak ers. Among those who spoke were State Master Heflley, Master E. C. Jewett of Putnam grange. Attorney Charles L. Torrey. Ernest M. ArnoM and L. O. Williams. Parker catered". Notes. Mrs. W. F. Rafferty visited at Wil limantic Monday. Rev. John Walker, rector of St. Philip's mission, assisted by the vested choir, conducted a service at the Day Kimball hospital Sunday afternoon. At a meeting of the Congregational Sunday school committee held In the chapel Sunday afternoon It was voted that a collection be taken in the Sun day school on Jan. 31st for the earth quake sufferers. Voted, that Feb. 7th be observed as Lincoln memorial Sun day and that special exercises be held In the Sunday school upon that date. At the Junior Endeavor meeting In the Congregational chanel Sundav af ternoon E. M. Wheaton gave a most interesting talk. Mifs Mae Fuller ren dered a solo verv Rweetlv. Mrs. F. J. Dariiels led "the T. P. S. C E. meeting Sundav evening. A conclave of the Pages of Arthur was held in the castle room at half past 4 Monday aftprnoon, conducted by Mrs. F. J. Dnniels. Dr. Fdward Perry delivered a lec ture before the class In first nld to tie Injured Monday evenlne- at ? o'clock. A conclave of the Knights cf King Arthur was held In tho castle room Monday evenin at 7 o'rlocl Welcomed Former Pastor. Rev. C. S. Brooks of Wellesley, Mass., who occupied the pulpit in the Second Congregational church on Sunday, was given a hearty welcome by the large congregation present, m the close of the morning service Mr. Brooks received his former ptrishion ers most cordially. All were delighted to have the pleasure of seeing and of hearing him again. Various Items. In addition to the regular moving pictures in the Bradley theater Mon day evening Elsie Ford was seen In her Buster Brown specialty. Mrs. G. E. Shaw of Pleasant avenue fan.. Mi r"-, The Kind You Ilav Alwayi In use for orer 30 years, All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Just-as-good "are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA v Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the The KM You toe Always BougM In Use For Over 30 Years. THI CKNT- Ml 'MMNV. TV I.- t) recently entertained Mrs. Armlngton and Miss Helen Armington of Ahing ton. Miss Florence Sargent of Boston spent Sunday with her sister In Grove street, Mrs. E. N. Foster of Grove street Is the guest of her son, Mrs. Sheppard, In New York city. STAFFORD SPRINGS. Beer Peddled from Cant in Oil Wagon Two Successful Raids Bad Ice Storm. Deputy Sheriff Helm and Constable Hayes raided a resort kept by Pros pera Sartori on Gold street Saturday night and secured 76 bottles and one keg of beer. They also visited the store kept by De Dalt Brothers and seized two five-gallon cans and one three-gallon Jug full of grappo, a very strong Italian wine. It was kept In oil cans and it is alleged that the proprie tors, who run a kerosene oil cart, ped dled the liquor and sold It from the cart. This scheme naturally led peo ple to suppose that the cans contained oil. The search warrants were issued by Prosecuting Agent M. D. O'Connell. Sartori pleaded guilty to violating the liquor laws and paid a fine of $90 and costs In the borough court Monday The proprietors of the De Dalt Store will be brought in later. Notes. The town school committee held a meeting in the library Monday after noon. C. C. Gilligan has returned from a brief visit with relatives in Danielson. Was Not Smelling Salts Peddler. William Lewi was arrested by Dep uty Sheriff Helm- Saturday night and Sunday was taken to Rockville and turned over to the Rockville police. On Jan. 16 three pocketbooks were taken from the home of Lyman Pinney in Rockville fcy a man who was selling smelling saltsj It was said that Lewis answered the description of the man who did the deed. Mr. Goddard, who was in tKe house when the smelling salts man called, and others who saw him, were unable to identify Lewis, so he was let go. K. of C. Council Projected. District Deputy William J. Mulligan of Thompsonville gave an address in St. Kdward's hall Sunday afternoon on the aims and purposes of the KnighU of Columbus. There will be another meeting in W. E. Hanley's store on Thursday evening for the purposes of organization. R. H. Fisk was In Hartford on husl ness Monday. It was very difficult getting around Jlcnday morning on account of the ice storm the previous nieht. C. H. Brown of Willimantic spent Monday in the borough. COLUMBIA TOWN MEETING. Typographical Errors in Last Week's Correspondence. In last week's Columbia correspon dence several typographical errors oc curred in the item regarding the spe cial town meeting. The item stated that "an opinion by a prominent at torney in this county was also pre sented to the meeting, stating that as the town was not sued, or mentioned as a defendant in the case, and as the case was still in the courts, the town could be held leeally bound to pay at tornev fees." The word not was left out. The Item should have read: "Th town could not be held legally bound," etc. Further on the Item stated that "the amount paid by the selectmen for fees of attorneys is a little less than $240." It should read a "little more than $240." Also In the Item regarding dancing in thi town building. The amount of Mrs. Teomans" gift to the town is riven as $7.D00. whereas the amount should have reed $1 500. WEDDING RECEPTION At West Woodstock in" Honor of Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips. At West Woodstock Saturday even ing, Jan. 23, in the dining room of the Congregational church, there was a reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips, the latter formerly Miss Esther Hammond. The room was prettily decorated with bells and greens. In one part of the room on a table were numerous tin articles riven by different persons present. These Rev. Mr. Baker presented in a happy speech. Pnrt of the Wast Woodstock band plavcd during the evening. Mrs. K. T. Perrln, Miss Esther Davison and Merwln KIrkpatrick sang a number of sojos. Refreshments were served, af ter which The Wedding March was played. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips leading for the game of "Tucker." Mr. and Mrs. Phillipa were married Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 20. 1909, by Rev. Mr. Baker at the home of Mr. Phillips. Tame Hunting. Compared to the hunt of such big game as Standard Oil, the stalking of Tillman seems like chicken chasing. Providence Journal. Would Be Kept Busy. But perhaps a new government de partment might be established to at tend to Standard Oil. 'Milwaukee Sentinel- 3Z3 Bought, and 'which has been has borne the signature of , and has been made under his per sonal supervision since Its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Signature of MUMNAT tTKIT. MW TWH MTV. BALTIC. Enjoyable Social of Loyal Samaritan Lodge Icehouse Filled With Ten Inch lea. Loyal Samaritan lodge. M. tj.. held a social and entertainment in Baltic hotel hall Saturday evening which proved the most successful th lodge ever held, due largely to tne enrorts of th committee in charge of the af fair. At 8 o'clock the following excel lent concert was presented, each nunv ber winning much favor: Samaritan quartette. Brothers Johnson, Bailey, Bethel and Garrett, Now All is Hushed to Slumber and Whispering Hope; song, The Song My Mother Used to Sing, Fred Buckley; Tecltatlon, Augus ta Hollinsworth; song. The Death of Nelson, Harry Johnson; song. James McXulty; buck and wing dancing, James Higginbottom; song, The Skip per. Charles Garrett: duet, Lartoard Watch, Brothers Bailey and BetheL Mr. Bethel accompanied the singers and Miss Blanch Cote was pianist for the dancing. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Headen led the grand march, followed by forty couples. Briefs and Personals. Mrs. Joseph H. Buteau and children are visiting in Whitman for a month. Rev. P. F. Cooney is the nest of his parents in New Britain. Miss Agnes Gormley and Miss An nie McVey of Norwich were guests of Mrs. Thoma Mlley Sunday. A. G. Cote had men cutting 1ce the past week. He has his large icehouse filled with ten-inch Ice. JAIL LIFE. Prison Warden Tells Some Facts About Reading of Hi Wards. Warden Albert Garvin of the Con necticut state prison told the Massa chusetts Library club last week some Interesting things about the Horary at tie Wethersneld Institution. The equipment of each cell at Weth ersfleld includes a library catalogue, and also a small slate which contains the prisoner's name and number, and on which he writes the book desired and In addition six or eight books to select from in case his first choice Is out. Books may be exchanged twice a week on Mondays and Fridays. They may be held for a fortnight. The prison library Is maintained by an annual state appropriation of $500 and also by donations .of books and magazines, and. exclusive of school books, It now cantalns over 7,000 vol umes, of which 31 per cent, represents works of fiction. The average dally population of the prison last year was B60 and the num ber of books drawn by the prisoners was 25,220, an average of over 45 books for each convict. If the Illiterate and the Insane are eliminated, the av erage number of books drawn by each prisoner wa slightly over flvs each month. Apart from the magazines Shakes peare's works were the most popular feature of the library" a striking trttrate to tho wide appeal which the Bard of Avon mnkes to the human mind and heart. The other most pop ular works In their order, exclusive of certain reference volumes, were Lord's Beacon Lights of History, Booth's Af ter Prison, What? Cody's Grammar and Word Study, Phllpotts' American Prisoner, Avnry's Virginian Girl in the Civil War and Wister's Virginian. VIOLATED SCHOOL LAW. Newton A. Driggs of Vernon Fined in Rockville City Court. Newton A- Driggs of Vernon was ar raigned in the Rockville city court on complaint o State Truant Officer Sim mons, charged with violating the law In not sending; his children, a boy and girl, to school. Mr. Driggs' excuse was that the boy was ill. Dr. Flint testified to attending the boy, who was broken out with a rash. Dr. Bean also testi fied to the boy's condition. Th court found Mr. Driggs guilty and fined him $1 on one count and $2 on the other, amounting to $15. The boy Is 13 and the g'irl years old. Deer in Housatonio. One day last week, after the heavy rains had raised the Housatonlc river, a large deer attempted to cross the stream near the irn bridge In Fall Village. The current carried the ani mal down 3tream until he came In con tact with a rock, where he was firmly held despite his struggles. A number of Falls Village people became aware of the deer's predicament and went to its assistance. One of these citizens by climbing out on a tree which ex tended over the water had nearly reached the animal when In fright It made, a, last vigorous effort to free It self and was successful, after which It made its way with much difficulty to the opposite shore and disappeared in the woods. Making the Job Easy. President' Roossvelt will have no difficulty in shooting; n white rhinocer os In South Africa. We are Informed that the rhinoceros tribe is even now turning pale with fear. Charleston News and Courier. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. TO NEW YORK NORWICH LINE The water way th comfortabU way of traveling. , Steamers Cltr ot Lowell and Chester W. Chapln safe, staunch vessels tha have every comfort and convenience for the traveler. A delightful voyage on Long Island Sound and a superb view of tha won derful sky Una and water front of New York. Steamer leaves New London at 11 p. m. week days 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, Now London. Conn. octld Ihe Ror.wich & Hew York PropBlorEi CHELSEA LINO. Frrlsrht aad Paaaeager BnUs Snprrlor Freight Sex Tie. Ufa UUM ferrin:. Freight received and forwarded ta all Southern and Western points. Bates furnished on application. Frrltcbt arrvif tilrrrt to New YmrtL. 8pclal arrangements may be made whereby freight by this line can be delivered et btore Doar In Naw Tors; promptly upon arrival of steamer. Lew est rates. Special Peerage ervlee, Pare (14M. Far il.Oe Fare from Norwich. Montvllle sed New Ucndon to New York, 11.00. State rooms. $1.00. all outside rooms. Me JUS lie If served at regular time. STEAMER CHELSEA leavea Norwtek TueHdays. Thursdays and Sundays at 4.l P. m. Returning, leavea N TorH Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays a t p. m. New Pier 12 Eaat RiTr, fool Rnoaevelt Bt. New London leering tlmU 1 p. m. .Application for staterooms should be made in advanoe, as the number la limited. Norwich A New York Proarllev Ce mar2Sd C A. WHiTAKER. AgenL f.rand Union Hotel A Opp. Qrand Central Station, Nw York Cltr Rooms, $1.00 a Day AKD DPWARD Bacm to mat traca BtaUoa fna. H11aitm for N T. City Gnld Book ul M THE UNDER PRICE SALE now at The Boston Dry Goods Store, Danielson, means big bargain prices to the customer on seasonable goods. Every departnicr.t in the store bear the cut price marks. THE BOSTON DRY GOODS STORE, llaln St, Denlelion. Junf'd -t.us E. Keech, Mgr. Fop Fins PEAHOS Trv JEWELER SHAW, Fn.nam. Coir -READ- The Keystone Store's FRIDAY ADV. ik Peoples 5to(o OH DAT AW1 FAJfGT coons Trak.c with US and Save loy." ISAAC CHAMPEAU. Manager. Putnam. Conn. Jewett City Advertisers JR'VETT CITT nOTEU Keif and Up-to-date Hotel Ib every anrtlcnlnr. IK A T. LEWIS. Proprietor. M. IIOCniOAN. Jewett City. Farnllnr Crawford Cooking Raagra. Furnishing Undei taker Funeral Di rector. Phones Storo (1-1; Houii tt-l KOOSI-P HOVSBV S. J. King. Prop. It 8. King, Mgr. ample Room voaarrtcd. Special attention paid te Commercial men. Mooaas. Coax. Tol, D-la, HARRY E. BACK, Attorney -at-Law, PATENTS Protect your Idea. Handsome (3 pace Guide Book Free. Phoenix Block. Danielson, Conn octlTuThS 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 477-11 LadiesT ravel Miles to come to our 5tore for the bargains in DRESS GOODS. The fact that we buy direct from the manufacturer, savlnir the middleman's profit, is being appreciated rnot every day. Our cus tomers get the benefit. May we adc" your name to our increasing list T BRADY & SAXT0N, Telephone J08-S. augl9d NORWICH TOWN. Watch Repairing done st Frlswell's speaks for Itself. YM. FRISWELL, 25-27 Franklin Jan 2 Ida w Boilers, Tanks, Smoke Stacks All kinds of Plate Iron Worti We make a specialty of Repairing. SPtIRS BROTHERS. Water Street 'Phone a0. N',w London inay7d haig Yoi n iionsrc ii:ikd. Tie may break his log t!ii. slipper) weather. K. u. Hvn. Aul.. 'Phone 659. 227 Mala St l Stalra. dec!2d f