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NORWICH BULLETIN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY J3, 1909.
The Alien Party la F.orida can'l have belter. Turky, 'Squab, Dueki, ' Broilers; Fowl, Guineas, Lamb, Veal, Beef, Pork, Peach a, Pine, King Orange, Tangerine, Spinach, ' Mushroom, Lettuce, Eacarolf, Clary, Tomatoea, ' Pumpkin, . Cauliflower, Egg Plant, Onion, Carrots, Turnips, Sweats, Squash, Soraers Bros. f M9d Geo, R. Harris, M. D. Physician and ' Surgeon With 0. F. HARRIS, 31 B'dway. Office hours 8 to It a., m., 4 to S p. m. febl2d VALENTINE DAY will soon be here. Ncrw h the time to select from oar Larje and Handsome Assort ment. Va!cn!lne Post Cards, Valentine Books. RANSTON & CO. 158 Main Street. feM2dsw NOTICE On Monday, the 15ih, I shall be located in llic Centra Building Room 3D. Fannie ill. Gibson feibl24 Fino Tailoring at GCTAHFJ'S, Qhatuoket 8t, opp, FMret Nat. Bank. dec2ed ONCE MORE- remlndlng you that we are offering Suits or Overcoata made to order at rock bottom prices that can't be fceat. Stop In and let ua prove It to you. TKtE N. JOHNSON CO., Merohant Tall ore, US Broadway. 7 PER CENT. LOCAL INVESTMENT. The Allen-Beeman Company offer MO. shares, $36,008. of Preferred Stook. Dividends axe cumulative and pay a!e October and April, and are guar-ant-i A local investment and better than money in bank at 4 per cent Our business the past 10 months has averaged 130.060.00 per Month, show ing a gain of 131,000.00 aver the same months of'the previous year, regard leas of the hard time TEE AILEN-BEEMAN CD. fablfld GEO. A. ALLEN, Treaa. & Mgr. JOIN THE RANKS mt the well dressed men whose clothes ra mado by C 0. Nlckersoa. 12S Main St. P. S. Cut prices on 'Winter Over swats and Suits. JanlSd NO KICK COMING from man or beast & to quality or (rsanttty of the grain and feed we -apply. The beast aa well as Its Mister wfll be satisfied the beast because It's well nourished. Its master because hi stock presents a rood appearance and doea good work. CHARLES SLOSBERG, Cove Street (Waat Side), Norwich, Ct. feblld DR. H. GIBLERT GRAY. miadt;atb VE-renmaiUAft Aim DKJTTIiT. HODOE'l 9TAH1.K. Tel. 10. 4 te 30 Bath St. K)R THE BEST ALES and LAGER O To "TiiePIanR'SFraakllnSl. O'CONNELL SHEA. Trie phone 5L4-4 ae-ptlEd fiose Bowling Alleys, LUCAS HALL. 49 Shetuoket Street. SWUM J. i. C. STONE, Prov, ltelSttHelm Norwioh, Saturday, Fab. 13, 1909. VARIOUS MATTERS. Dealers have had big sales of valen tinea. ' 'The red candy heart will !e tha pop ular confection, today. Collectors are securing good post cards of the fire ruins. A number from here will attend the fair In Glasgo this evening. The bad boy has designs oh his neighbors' doorbells tonight. The day was fine and the display of tne national colors was general. 4 The swamps and lowlands are flood ed as the result of the storm of Wed nesday. On Friday there was an anniversary requiem hlg mas if) St. Patrick's church for Patrick O'Brien. Teachers are letyg notified that the National Educational association meet this year at Denver, July E-S. Copies of the annual report of the Southern New England Telephone company are being mailed to subscrib era. At the funeral of Mlohsel O'Brien in Terryville Wednesday, Hv. P. T. Coo- ney of Baltic waa deacon at the so! emn high requiem mass. Norwich friends will learn with in teres that Dr. R. W. Crane has been appointed town health officer at Stamford, to auocead the late Dr. F. J. Rogers. Ha la a native of Poquon oc. Dr. J. H. Weeks, Jr., of Stonlngton has presented the atate library several odd volumes and miscellaneous rec ords relating to elections and other events in the early part of the last century. Rev. P. C Wright wfll speak at the Central Baptist church Sunday morn ing and evening. His evening topic will be Lincoln's Appeal to the Affec tion of the People. adv. Scientists remembered that Lincoln Is not the only famous person whose centenary occurred on. Friday. Charles Darwin, whose "Evolution of Man." caused such a profound stir among thinkers, was also bora February 12, 1809. A storm Is promised for the Atlantic coast Monday or Tuesday. It' will be attended throughout tta course ty snow In the middle and northern districts of the country and will be followed by what promise t be a widespread cold wave. In a recent fishing trip taken by Thorn a H. Pendleton, his son Harry, and Charles Howard, two large pick erel were caught. Each fish measured 26 inches In length and they weighed I 1-3 peunds and i t-4 pounds respec tively. The anauai choir service of Christ church will b held Sunday afternoon, Feb. 14, at 4 o'clock. Mendelssohn's 42d Psalm will be sung, assisted by Ebenezer Learned. sAll are invited. Regular evening service will be omit ted. adv. . 80CIAL MEETING BY ' PARISH HOUSE ASSOCIATION Held at Osgood Memorial With Large Attendance Principal Tlrrell Speaks on Lincoln. A largely attended meeting of the parish house association was held in the parlors of the Osgood Memorial on Friday evening. Mrs. Alfred Vaughn presided. An excellent picture of Abraham Lincoln and the national flag were conspiouous. After the usual reports by the secre tary and treasurer, Mrs. Vaughn spoke of the many famous persons born in the year 1S09. She mentioned Elizabeth ' Barrett Browning, Oliver Wendell Holmes, William Ewart Gladstone, Edgar Al lan Poe. Alfred Tennyson, Fannie Kemble, Charles R. Darwin, and Cho pin giving a short sketch of each. Solos and Poem.' ' At this ' point Mrs. Grosevnor Ely played Chopin's Polonaise' with much brilliancy and finish, which was en thusiastically received and followed up by Chopin's Waltxes as an encore number. Rev. Dr. Howe read Edmund Clarence Stedfnom's poem. The Hand of Lincoln, and Arthur Blackledge gave two finely rendered songs for which Mrs. Ely played with her usual taste and skill, Mr. Blackledge gave The Swallows by Cowan, his encore num ber being Mary by Richardson. Principal Tlrrell Speak on Lincoln. The year 1S0S was also the birth year of Abraham Lincoln, and Henry A. Tlrrell gave an excellent address on Lincoln. He said a man might be greater than his countrymen; might be the greatest man of his age, and atill fall short of being a great man. A great man mutt have both genius and character. Many men of genius fail in the other reepect. The greatest man in an nistoory is Moses, and since his time he knew of none greater than Lincoln. He defined a genius as a man who seea things simply, one who sees through the confining mass of detail the simple principles underly ing everything. A great statesman needs Intellect, practical application, tact, personality, patriotism and high moral purpose. Lincoln had this) perfect grasp of fun damentals amid the confusion of ideas prevailing ell around him he had a vision of -future and the re-united na tion which ver failed him and to which tie kept steadily workin-. He calmed the radicals, aroused the in different, and taught the Ignorant. Won Trust and Love of All. 31 won terst, the following and finally the love of all. He was great in character. He had no selfish pride. His humility was not weakness only the humbleness of the truly great. His leve of anecdote waa recalled and the fact that fcfomor and pathos" ere so near akin makes this a sign of his warm heart and his sympathy with all mankind. Of his religion, nona can doubt who knows his life and his words. He is the nearest to the Ideal of the golden rule of any statesman since Moses. A recitation, My Captain, by . Walt Whitman,. waa given by Miss Lois Per klas. after Which Mrs. Vaughn spoke of the other famous man tarn In 1809, Felix Mendelssohn, and a piano solo, duet, from hl Songs Without Words was delightfully rendered by Mrs. Ely. Refreshments were served? by the la dles of the social committee, Mrs. Em erson P. Turner, chairman, Mrs. Ed ward E. Perry, . Mrs. RolMn C. Jones and It v. William Gates. They were assisted by Misses Madeline Perkins, Marion Fullen, Lois Perkins and Nat alia Oaten. Weston and Benedict Pul len. Willis b Prry and Humphrey Al my. win carried out a novel suggestion of St. Valentine's day. Roohville. Auarust Hoffman sails to-rfc-f (-fja-urdav) tor Germany. PERSONAL. Drj. G. Ely of Hamburg was In Norwich on Thursday. Edward H. Tibblts was a visitor. In Providence on Friday. . k .. ' Miss Marion G. Beebe and Mils M. James Leach are guests of friends in Providence. William Shaugnessy of Central Vil lage waa In Norwich this week to see the ruins of the fire. Miss Florence Lucas entertained three tables at 800 at her home In Poquetanuck on Friday afternoon. Charles L. Clark has '. returned to Westbrook from Norwich, where tie has visited his sister. Mrs. Griswold. Mrs. J. E. Vaughn of Norwich visit ed her parents at Central Village and attended the roll call at the ohurch. The Misses Augusta KDleen and Loola Devlne of Montville have been the guests of friends on Boswell ave nue this week. Miss Miriam and Master Stanley Vaughn of Norwich recently visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Simmons of Central Village. Clarence Messenger attended the dance Thursday evening at tho Wil liams Memorial Institute, Neiv Lon don. BELIEVED THAT RIDISZ WILL BE GIVEN TRIAL. Reported that Dr. Pollock" is Unchang ed in His Opinion Regarding His Sanity More Jurors Thursday, On Thursday Dr. H. M. Pollock, who waa directed by Judge AY'heeler to ex amine Michael Ridisz as to his sanity, was in the court room, and it was re ported that he was unchanged in his opinion as to the man's sanity. State's Attorney Hull stated that Dr. Pollock had not submitted his final report. H Is reported, however, that Ridi.sz is tw be tried on the same charge as Jurasz, who is now on trial. After the Jury bad been selected for the Jtirasz case there were many who had not been examined, and they were ordered to report in the court room on Tuesdiy. On Thursday it was realized that the Jurafs cae would not be fin ished then, and they have been inform ed that they need not report until Thursday, as it Is believed the pres ent trial will occupy all the time sure ly previous to then and possibly long er. GUESTS OF GOV. LILLEY. Legislators from 17th, 18th and 19th Senatorial Districts Entertained at His Hartford Residence. Gov. Lllley entertained the members of the legislature from the 17th. 18th and l!Vth senatorial districts at his Hartford residence Thursday evening. The aflalr was greatly enjoyed by about twenty members and friends. A social hour was spent after tha dinner. Gov. Lllley made an admirable host. Present from the 19th district were Senator Allyn and Representative Brewster of LeJyard, Representatives Tibbits and Bushnell of Norwich, and Representative Shedd of Preston. Z. R. Robbins of this city was also pres ent as a guest of Gov. Lllley, being the state central committeeman from this district. FUNERALS. Mrs. Joseph Hill. The funeral of Mrs. Joseph Hill was held from her late home, in Thames street, at 2.30 o'clock Friday after noon, there being manv relatives and friends in attendance. Tha floral forms were beautiful. The services were con ducted by the Rev. P. C. Wright, pas tor of the Central Baptist church. The bearers were A. Thatcher Otis. Frank L. Arnold.Floyd Christman, and Henry ry Christman. Burial was In Yantlc cemetery, where a committal service was read. Funeral Director Gager had charge of the arrangements. AT BREED THEATER. Motion Pictures and Illustrated Songs, An Interested and amused audience attended 'Friday evening!? penflormt ance at the Breed theater, where the high-class pictures anil songs have at tracted many during the short time that the house has been open. The list of songs as sung by Madam Mor relle are as attractive as the singer's rich soprano voice. She is heard to particular advantage In Tosti's master piece "Gocd-Bye, Summer." while the popular taste Is appealed to m the dainty Indian song, "Nappanee." with colored slides of pictures taken on the reservation. The moving pictures are both thrilling and amusing, tha "Strong Woman" being a scream. A splendid attendance is greeting each performance. ' Waved In the Rebellion. Of the many flats which were thrown to the breeze on Friday there was none which was more Interesting than that at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dowsett, No. &6 River avenue. It is SxS and waved during the civil war at the old Cobb homestead. Prospect Hill, Norwich Town, when Amos E. Cobb, grandfather of Mrs. Dowsett, owned it. It contained 34 stars, but the fact that it was made of excellent material Is apparent from the slightly frayed edges. New London. The New London Gun olub Field a clay bird ahoot on its grounds Friday afternoon. Promotes Hair Growth AND HAKES TEE - Scalp Healthy SMITH'S HAIR TONIO ia a splendid preparation to kill dandruff d to nourish and Invigorate tha roots of th hair. Smith'a Hair Tonic provide healthy stimulation to the hair, making It grow rapidly When it'a possible for tha hair to grow. Preventa baldness. Stops excessive falling out of hair. Result from it are certain and most satisfactory. Smith's Hair Tonlo ra movee dandruff crusts and scales, makes the scalp olean and healthy and atops Irritation and Itching. Prioo 60 Cents. Made and Sold By MITH The Drug Man, Franklin Square, Norwich, CI. fetolSd FOUR- SAFES Expert Gets Into Ruins of Shannon Building and Breaks Into Strong Boxes Contents Found All Right Gift of $200 to Fire Department Big Adjustments will Corns Next Week. ' . Breaking open the strong boxes kept the crowds interested on Friday about, the Shannon building ruins. iamuel Saddler of Boston arrived Thursiay night and started to open safes Fri day morning. During the day, there were four safes and one of the large valuta opened afnd the contents of all were found intact, some of them wet and the covers of books scorched, but no material damage was done. There yet remains a number of safes In the ruins, one or two of which are visible, but not . entirely uncovered, while there are several which are aa yet not located, and the owners are hunting throughout the ruins endeavoring to get some trace of them. Mr. iSaddler opened three safes and the vault. The first was that of Wil liam F. Hill, which was pulled out of the ruins. Mr. Saddler was .nsked to ' t t -aw - SHANNON BUILDING RTTNS. Before Walls Were Pulled Down From Roof of the Plaut-Cadden Building. work on it and managed to open It, finding everything, all right. He was unable to wjrk the combination. The bottom vault in the tier of three In the Shannon building waa opened by the use ot chisels and it was found that the fire had not penetrated the walls and door. All the books, papers and other things kept there were found all right. The money order business of the sub-station Was in the vault and all rieht. It Was in the vault that tho Reid & Hughes Co. had its books and papers. Including those " used by the auditor, and the Inventory ipapers. There were two safes of the Reid & Hughes Co. at the rear of the Shannon building. These were both covered up but they were excavated so that the expert could got at them. The larger one waa opened first by the use of chisels and wedges, requiring some hard work to get- Into it, but it was finally accomplished. The contents were uninjured. The smaller safe could have been opened by the com bination, but thofi present were unable to remember it correctly, so the Job of getting a door oft was started andc om pleted early If the afternoon and there the books weVe found, to be all right, although a trifle wet. The safe of Dr. Harris was found about directly under where It had for merly stood two stories higher. It was face up and not being able to work the ' i . ;'" ',f v ;v t '.4' -A : r. RTJTNS FROM THE REAR. Wall had Just been pulled down. Front wall can be seen through smoke, the south wall and vaults being Just left of the center. The Chelsea bank building is the white building on the left which it gutted. combination it was pried open. It was found to be full of water. The con tents were removed. F. H. Allen's safe waa also located and taken out of the ruins, but was not opened, es the owner is not In town, but Is expected today, having been informed of his loss, and he is on his wy here from Florida now. There are other safes which Mr Saddler will open before he returns. He was watched by a large crowd.' New Plaut-Cadden Building. 6n Friday it was announced by the Plaut-Cadden Co. that it had been practically decided to erect a six-story building In place of the one destroyed. It will -be of concrete and fireproof throughout. Plans for tha building will be gotten out at once by Architect Preston. It will occupy the entire lot and, If It goes tha full six stories, will be equipped with an elevator.' The plan will be to have a store, on the ground floor and offices on the floors above. This will make a great addi tion to the buildings of Main street and continue the progressiva building activity of this company. It was rumored on Friday that the Thames National bank desired more roonj for its banking business and thai" with the Chelsea bank building In its condition an effort would be made to secure that and use the room of the two banks for the Thames bank. The report oould not be verified nor could that regarding the rumor -that the Chelsea bank had secured options on two valuable piece of property In Franklin square for a new banking house. It was stated by the Chelsea bank officials that thera would be nothing done until th insurance had been adjusted. Uncertainty of Tenants. Former tenants 1n the Shannon building are uncertain regarding their future. One of the storekeepers is re ported to have said that he waa un certain whether lie would start here again or go to California, He was told by Mr. Shannon that thrre was little probability of having his rent again, as there were several propositions to take the entire ground floor. When It is possible to do so adnxontageously the tenants are securing offices In the neighborhood of the building, with a view to remaining permanently. ' At tha fire Tuesday morning thera BROKE OPEN was a delay of ten minutes only in ringing the general alarm. As soon as Chief Stanton arrived .e had decided to 6end it in, but decided that the people should be rescued first. This was done and the general alarm then turned in. It was but ten minutes, however, "before the ten strokes were sounded. The cash register In the Lewis news stand was located and removed on Fri day, with several boxes of cigars which had been wet, but were passed around and dried. It is said that Mr. Cloran had a large quantity of aluminum pieces the size of. a auarter, used for advertizing purposes, in his office, and It is expected that when those are reached some one will think he has struck a silver mine. Looking for Safe. .The work of clearing up the ruins , I. .. i. ' was being rushed along as fast as pos sible on . Friday, there being; many at work getting out the iron work, wood and briclc The sidewalk Is cleared and the materlaljs being taken out of the cellar, the storekeepers being on the spot watching for what may ap pear. M. C. Higgins is anxiously look ing the ruins over for the safe in the Metropolitan Insurance company's of fice, while others are equally anxious to learn how their strong boxes stood the test. It is stated Dr. Harris' safe was on trial. C. Del Carlo has beenj given me cumreuci iur clearing up mo ruins. It being sublet by Mr. Lathrop. Supt. Anderson of the trolley road had the cars use the outer track In Main street in front of the building on Friday, which accommodated the workers greatly. E. E. Fuller was digging over the ruins under the wall of the Chelsea bank building on Friday, the fire hav ing been subdued there, and found a number of books and papers which he Is taking out and will dry. He hopes to be able to save some of the valu able Masonic data he had In his office. On Friday the fences in Rhetucket street were opened and traffic was al lowed to go through, but nothing has been done with the Chelsea building, as the adjusters are awaited first, and It .will not be until next week that t I ... . they, will arrive. The. large adjust ments, it is understood, will be made about Tuesday. Gifi of $220 from Reid & Hughe. Chief Stanton of the fire department received on Friday a letter from The Reid & Hu?hes company, signed by John R. J-i'ughes. and containing a check for J2U0. Mr. Hughes wrote as follows: "Enclosed you will find a check which we ask you to accept as a small token of our appreciation of the fine work done by you and your men at the firs- on Feb. 91909' This sum, like othersrecelved, will be added to the firemen's1 fund. Such a testimonial to their work in a hard fight to save property is highly appre ciated bjijthe chief and the local fire men. A $3 loss for a hole burred In a shln erle roof at Ms home. No. ( Summer street, was paid on Friday to Daniel J. Brown. Sparks from the Shannon building set his roof on fire. Agents Frank I. Royce and James 1 Case held policies. Agent William F. Hill has settled the loss of Dentist Ernest J. Jones. At the request of the Reid & Hugbes company, it was stated by the inter ested agents on Friday, the adjust ment of the losses on the Boston Store had been set for Tuesday morning, when the adjusters from out of town will be here to confer .with the rep resentatives of the company. Common Pleas Court. The motion list hearing regularly scheduled for the fourth Monday of February In the court of common pleas will be held at New London on Saturday. Feb. 20th, at 2 p. m., the fourth Monday of February being a legal holiday. , Motion list claims to be acted upon at that time should be In the clerk's hands not later than Wedneisdav, Feb. 17th, at 10 a. m.- ". t Dr. Chappell Examined Cattle, Dr. Chappell was sent to New Lon don on Friday to examine cattle for the state and while there MilK In spector Dr. Blaok desired some exam ined for him. As the result Dr. Chap pell condemned1 one of those he exam ined for the stata CLOSE OF THE CENTRAL ' , EVENING SCHOOL Profitable Term of 8eventy-Six Ses "ions Concluding Exercise and In teresting Programme, in tho Town Hall. ' ' , The Central evening school closed a term or seventy-six evenings on Fri day with a very interesting and en-Jos-able programme principally perti nent to Lincoln day. The school has been well attended the greater portion of the term, hav ing a registration of 24 and a larger proportionate average attendance than that of last year. Acting School Visitor Frank T. Ma ples has given the school a careful and constant supervision, and his ser vices were duly appreciated, -as was shown by a hearty vote of thanks to him by the teachers and pupils at the conclusion of the session. The teachers who remained till the close Of th term were Principal Charles H. Talcott. whohas efficiently served in that capacityfor nine con secutive year: Miss Elisabeth B. Ray, who has served six years: Mrs. John H. Barnes, four years: I.ouls A. Snatz burg. three yeara:, Mrs. Elizabeth G. Danihyh, two years; Robert Brown, oiw year. The teachers are all entitled to much credit for valuable service In their rerectlve departments. The following programme concluded the exercises of the term: Song. The Star Spangled Banner, ty the school: Lincoln's favorite poem. Why Should the Ppirlt of Mortal Be Pinud? by Morrl Tsft: poem on the death of Lincoln. Oh! My .Captain. My Captain, by Isaac Goldberg; e-ssav, Lincoln as Our Heritage, by Louis Polock; anec dotes from the llf of Lincoln, by six fnwrlls: "!ret Faylnrs of Lincoln, hy fwr pupils: Lincoln's Gettysburg ad dress, ttf Mr. Taft: piano selection, St 'della. by Mrs. Danihy. Bv reiuest Mr. Taft rendered verv finely the song Tvive Me and the World is MMne. TMs touched such n tender cord In the hearts of the nunils that thi principal aptly sureested that thy were not onlv en.toylng a Lincoln but a Taft day. At th conclusion of the sorvr s verv Interesting address ws delivered by Acting Visitor Maples, who from Lin coln's life terselv drew valuable les sons for the utdonce of the pn-ills. MY. Maoles told them in con-lu'on that with ambition, honesty and e-on,t boom they could all nttsln to useful positions and be a ratisfaeHon to fhem.elves and he respected by the public. Reviewing their rrrd school work, he then thanked the teacher and Tu plls for making th school a mcce"-s and expressed the hope thst thev all misrht be spared to tak" up similar work at the commencement of the next term. MIRACLES OF TH E ROSES. Pleaslno Cantata Given bv Maidens of the Sacred Heart at Olympic Hall. A well rendered cantata. The Mira cle of the Rosea, was given Friday afternoon and evening at Olympic hall before highly appreciative audi ences by the Maiden of the Sacred Heart, St. Mary's parish. The pro ceeds are to be used towards furnish ing the new parish rectory. The following was the cast of char acters who made the three-part can tata a success by the ability with which they took their parts: Characters Prince Louis. Helen Mc-Mahon- his attendants. Grace Hartie and Margaret Sliney; Princess Eliza beth, Helen Coughlln: lady In waiting. M'ergaret Leonard; Grazlella, the dumb girl. Helen Drescher. The Flower Girls Antoinette, Nora McCrohan; Lucella, Mary Nolan; Lor etto, Gertrude Sliney. Madeline, the poor child, Eva Toung; Ethel, the milk maid, Julia Looby; Ruth, the waitress, Mary Daley. The School Miss WInsbip, teacher, Helen Sullivan. Pupils, Elizabeth Sullivan, Margaret Condon, Mary Falvey. Winifred Drlscoll, Louise Bellefieur, Ros Callahan. Classmates Josephine Enrlght, Delia Godbout, Minnie Connell, Helen Shea, Matilda McNulty. Mary Casey, Albina Juneau, Katherine Mclntyre. Serenaders Katherine Mullaney, Nellie Barry. Agnes Looby. Nellie Shea. Nora Brennan. Mary Falvey, Winifred Drlscoll, Rose Callahan. Peasants Mary A. Drlscoll, Marie Mullaney, Marie Gadle, Rose Dennis, Grace Shea, Anna Sheehan, Mary Gar vey. Nora Fenton, Abbie Brennan, Mary Kane, Mabel Gladue, Katherine Murphy. In general direction of the cantata were the Sisters of the Softool, who had been helped in many ways in the production by John Crawford and James B. Shannon. Miss Elizabeth Malone waa pianist. Music for danc 'ing hy Malone's orchestra concluded the. entertainment in the evening. The general committee in charge in cluded: Nellie Barry, chairman; Mary Daley, secretary; Mary Carroll. Agnes O'Neil, Katherine Mullaney, Nellie Fo ley, Mary Drlscoll. Josie Nealon, Kath. erlne Reardon. Annie Healy. Nellie Williamson, Nellie Shea, Henrietta Brady, Mary McCloud. Sally McXama ra. Margaret Connell, Margaret Kane, Mary Thompson, Katherine Dreseher, Mc-" Swanton. Sadie McMahon. TTTe following artkles were awarded during the evening: Centerpiece.James Purdon, Jr., Prospect street; vibox of cigars, David Farrell, North Main street; order for one dozen photo graphs, Mrs. Mary Bowen, Central avenue;- parlor lamp, Jams Wall, Prospect street. AT BROADWAY THEATER. Bennett-Moulton Company. A Jealous Woman was given by the Bennett-Moulton coinpanv at the Broadway theater on Friday evening to a goo,i Fixe a audler.ee, the company presenting the play in a manner which thoroughly pleased, as the applause and Interest indioated. The specialty by Eddie Poulter was a feature anil lie was cordially received and heartily encored. This afternoon the company will play On Thanksgiving Day, and tonight the Diu is srnpwrech-eci. OAO'i'OniA. Bear th stA Ki&ll t'8D Haffl twaS Bt'Jjlt llie Kind Van Haw Bignatur of Mr. Jordan' Money Talkrd. Expanded $S.S5 for LAM. Pa;nt to fix up his house. If for cale it will fetch a good price. The painters said it was the S gallons of oil they nixed with 4 gallons of L. a If. that did the Job at 1-S less cost than ever before. Its coloring is bright, beautiful ana lasting. It won't have to be painted again for 12 to IS year, because the L & M. Paint is Metal Zinc Oxide com bined with White Lead and wears and covers like gold. Sold by L W. Carroll & Son. Norwich. Ct.; J. P. Kingsley & Sou. Plainflold, Ct. 4 i - Revolts at Cold Steel. "Tour only hope," said three doctors to Mrs. M. E. Fisher, Detroit, Mich., suffering from severe rectal trouble, "lies in an operation. "Then I used lr. King's New Life Pills." she writes, "till wholly cured." They prevent appen dicitis, cure constipation, headache. 25c at The Lee & Osgood Co.'s. The choicest, best flavored and pur est tea grown In the wojld Is used in "Salada." A teapot' test will convince you. Ask your grocer for a 10c trial packet. 7 Adklaid: Mother sav "they nan't ay anythtna: too good about Sold Medal Flour." Charity. THERE is no advertising m'11um la Astern Connecticut equal to ill Bul la via for huslaata result. NATURE SPARES The Stricken Rose From Grief. What a fortunate provision of nature It Is. that deprives the rose of mental uttering; for how poignant would bo its grief to discover, in the height of It blooming glory, that a canker fed at its heart, and that its beauty and fragrance were doomed forever. Nature always spares the suffering; she Is a veritable tore-bouse of pleasing rewards, for those who seek her aid. In the years gone by falling hair and grayne:is have cast a gloom over the lives of thousands of young women, but thanks to the in vestigations of scientists the true cause of hair destruction Is now knon to be a germ or parasite that burrows Into the hair follicles. Newbro's Herplclde absolutely destroys" this germ, thus permitting the hair to grow as na ture intended. Bold by leading drug gists. Send' 10c. in stamps for sample to The HerpioMe Co., Detroit. Mich. TWO S1ZE.S-50C, AND $1.00 The Lee ft Osgood Co.. special agenU f Incidents in SocielyJ Miss Lindsay of Wells, Me., Is the guest of Mrs. Henry T. Arnold of Wil liams street. Charles F. Chapman of New York Is spending several days at his home on Sachem terrace. Miss Elizabeth Trumbull of Perkins avenue has reiurneil from three weeks' visit In Baltimore, .Md. Miss Vedder of Waterford, X. Y., who liaa been the guest of Miss Lucile Peck of Sachem terrace, has left town. Mrs. James Moore entertained the members of the Bridge club at her home on Williams street Tuesday of ternoon. Mis Nellie lairing of Lincoln ave nue is the guest for a few days of Miss Ruth H. McClenathan of Fast Orange, N. J. Miss Lucile Peck of S:bcliem terrace left home this week for Philadelphia, where she will be the guest for a few weeks of Dr. and Mrs. McKenzie. Mrs. William IT. Reynolds and Miss Ruth Reynolds of Washington afreet have returned from New York. where they have been spending several days. System Is one of the greatest pro moters of prosperity; in fact, it Is hard to succeed without it. Having an ac count with The Thames Ixan & Trust Company and making regular weekly or monthly deposits, establishes the strongest kind of financial protection, and will lead to Independence. 4 INTEREST PAID on Savings Accounts and Certificates of Deposit. First to the Tenth of each month are fpeeial deposit days. The Thames Loan-S Trust Go. Shetucke! Slreat, feb3d Nijrwlcli, Com. NOTICE! The warper tenders who were ei ployed at the Vest Side Silk Mill are out of work on aceaunt of a 2"' per cent, reduction in wages. rcbir.l FHKDl.HH K W. I.ESTRn and CHAKMCS D. CEER mav be found at their, new Studio, Room 42. Central T:nldlnr. Mr. Tester's hours are: A. M. 9 to li, SatuMay only. I. M. .1 to 6, except Sattiroa v. Mr Ceer's hours are: A. M 10 to 11. except Saturday. 1". M. 2 to 3 each day 2 to 5 Satnrd.-iy. foMSd THE OFFICE OF WM. F. CM, Real Estate and Fire Insurance, I will be located temporarily In Pom ers' Block, over C. M. Williams, Room 9. third floor. febl3d MAPLE SUAGR .t Banian's. feblSd Our Favorite applied to a Reed Chair gives a bril liant, lasting, gold finish, which, when soiled can be restored to Its original lustre by the use of soap and water. Our Favorite Gold Enamel Is easily applied, and when dry has a hard enamel finish which withstand wash ing, rubbing and handling. A perfect finish for all household article. 16c, 25c, 50c. FREE A Child' Bank to every purchaser of a 25c package of our Favorite Gold Enamel. INTERIOR RET0UCni.G We give below a few hints to make the Home Brighter. JAP-A-LAC, fop furniture and floors. STAR ENAMELS (colors and, white) for all interior work. ALABASTINE, tinted and white for plastered walls and ceilings. STAR BATH TUB ENAMEL. SAPOLIN STOVE PIPE ENAMEL a rich black gloss for stove pipes and all Iron work exposed to rust. SAPOLIN ALUMINUM ENAMEL for bath room fixtures, etc. 1 Headquarters for N Paints, Crushes and Win dow Glass. PRESTON BROS. Franklin Square. feblldaw WHBH vou wane to put your tiuai nesa before 1110 public, there Is no me dium better man enrough the adv.rna log columns l i Bulletin. SYSTEM Gold Enamel X5ha BOSTON STORE have opened an office with C. M. Williams over Somers Bros. All orders that our customer' may entrust to ns will be promptly tilled. The Raid I Hughes Co. febl3daw Ve Havs GoMhe Ms Pork Loins, per lb. He Fresb Shoulders, per lb. 9c Porterhouse Steak, per lb. 11c Sirloin Steak, per lb. - 12c 5 lbs. Honeycomb Tripe 1 or 5 lbs. Pigs' Feet - - Good Dread Flour, per bbl. $6.25 Also plenty of Native Hams. Native Sparcrib, Native Lard. Native Fowl. HENRY NORMAN. Telephone 2S7 - 33 Franklin Street frbl3d NOTICE. The Treasurer's office ol Falls and Sheincket Companies will be temporarily located at the Falls M.L's. Telephone 41-2 KAXTON C0L5IS, Treasnrer. feblOd Standard Toilet Preparations SELECTED I.INB Or mks. gervaise: graham'b goods,' .0F, BETTER LLCY A. SPARKS. Tel. HM 49 CO IT STREET. Take West Side Car To Ann Street, Personal attention glv.n to Cerwl Fitting. Be. my line of High Oral Corsets. THE Ft III11E OFFICE OF John F. Parker IS NOW 0PEi AND READY FOR BUSINESS WITH II, S. GILBERT I Ml SECOND FLOOR, 141 Main Street TELEPHONE 894. PHOTOGRAPHS and Post Cards of the Shannon Building Fire and of the Ruins. A good va riety ol views at , CRANSTON'S. 153 Main Street. Kodaks and Photo. Supplies