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NORWICH BULLETIN, -THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1909.
IMaiiuiiMiihattiiimiiii HaaaHirHaiaHiaaaHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMaaaaaaHaaaaaaaaataaaaatiBaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaataaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB8Baai Willimantic, Danielson and Putnam i laMaaiaaaaaiaaaaaMaHaaaiaMHiaaMHHMatHBaiaiHaaaaaiHaaaaHaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaMaaMBiaaaaaiaaanaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaMaaa" WILLiMANJIC. , .. Windham Manufacturing Company's Wiraa to Be Carried Over the Street W. B. Knight, superintendent of the Windham Manufacturing company, elates that It has been definitely de cided to airing the wires from the new power home to Mill No. 3. on the eaat aide of Bridge street, over the atreet, instead of running them under the Bridge atreet atone-arob brldee. Mr. Knight will soon confer with Corporation Counael George W. Melo ny concerning; the matter. The city will be absolutely protected by o bond that will relieve the city from any lia bility to damage that may be caused toy the wires furnished by the com pany. Mr. Knight says the company Is perfectly willing to furnish the bond. He also state that It will not be necessary to set any poles in the street and therefore there cannot be any valid objection to the proposed plan. It is expected that the company's rep resentative and the city win settle the matter to the mutual satisfaction of all concerned. The company is a Brood, growing concern and Is of great benefit OBITUARY. Arthur Larlvler. Arthur Larlvlera, aged 23 years, filed Tuesday evening: from pneumo- MURRAY'S Boston Store WILUMANTIC, COXX. A Splendid Showing ol Floor Coverings A new, freeh collection unusually large In variety. Is hens to select from, covering of many kinds, sizea and qualities at a wonderfully low price. CARPETING Ingrain Carpeting, a yard 60c, Mc, He Ingrain Carpeting, best all wool, a yard 76c Ingrain Filling, all wool, a yard 75c. Cordlman Filling, a yard 39c. Tapestry Carpeting, a yard 8c Seat Tan-wire Tapestry, a yard JL10. Velvet Carpeting, a yard 19a, $1.16. RUGS Aa aaanrfment greater than ever be ts. BODY BRUSSELS by 10 feet $26.00 by 12 feet $27 50 AXMTNSTER RUGS 27 by M Inch $2 .SO by 72 inch $3.99 ( by 10 feet $27.60 by 12 feet $20.00. $35.09 GHIB.VAN RUGS , 9 by 12 feet $13.00 TAFESTRT RUGS 7 by 9 feet $13.50 I by 10 feet $18.60 9 by 12 feet $22.60 WILTON RUGS n by 64 inch $3.98, $5.60 I by 8 feet $6.50 8 by 15 feet $18.00 S by 9 feet $12.60 t by IS feet $15 00 t by 12 feet $37 50 MATTINGS Every piece new this season, an as sortment that Is large, handsome and reasonable In price. China Mattings, a yard 17c to 45c Japanese Mattings, a yard 38c to 50c The H. C Murray Co. Agnt Ladies' Home Journal Paper Patterns, marts & Dr..F. C JACKSON, DENTIST Painless Ex'racting; ani Filling a Specialty Lowest prices. All work guaran teed. Associated Dental Parlors. 752 Main 8t Wiliimantie. aug6TThS L. H. REED ties tie agency for the Travelera life and Accident Co. of Hartford, Ct, and the United States Health and Acci dent Ins. Co. of Saginaw. Mich, Write lor rates and full particulars. Box 231. Willimantic Ct TATTISON'S of delicious confections. . i think of entertaining think 'i r'a Ice Cream and Ices, be i fntertalnment Is complete ; ,: acrte Pure Ice Cream. Toa '''tyn And Pattlson's the most ptid rrholesome, for all In :Tf? thoroughly tested thus ibso'vt purity. " : T rfci fratb Cream la mux tuHmry. riiwae ns and we can furnish . w z.i any quantity or flavor jrou n nha well 'as brick Ice Cream or 'mcy moulds. PA'lTISON'S. 736 Main St. acpt22d Willimantic Conn. ELMORE & SHEPARD, Sj ecseors to Session 4k Elinor) txbalmsrs and Funsral directors, 60-62 North Street. Telephone connection. HIRAM N. FENN, CNDEKTAJCEK and EMBALMEH. ) Cbaw U WiHlmanUe. Ct rates Levdz Aawtotant, nia at St Joseph's hospital In this city. He was brought to the hospital a few days ago from Mansfield Hol low, where t had been a resident for five years. Mr. Larlviere had been em ployed at Kirby's Jewelry shop, work ing there for nine years. Undertaker Killourey sent the body to Providence Wednesday forenoon and the funeral and burial will be In that city. There survive the' parents, four sisters and four brothers. Peloquin to Sell Out Victor Peloquin. who has had his licenso revoked for violating the li quor law. Is trying; to dispose of his place of business. He admitted Wed nesday in all probability the sale would be effected soon and to a Willit mantle man. The new proprietor will have to make application to the county com missioners for a license and will file his application as soon as the deal la closed. Mr. Peloquin has not made any plans but Intimated that he and his wife might shut up their home and make a trip to Canada. MISSIONARY SOCIETIES Of Baptist Church Elect Officers and Discuss Japan, The members of the woman' home and foreign missionary societies of the First Baptist church met at the home of Mrs. W. N. Potter of Church street Wednesday afternoon and elect ed theBe officers for the ensuing year: President, . Mrs. Henry Fryer; vice president of the home, Mrs. E. P. Chesbro; secretary. Mrs. James Har ries; treasurer, Mrs. W. N. Potter; committee on literature. Mrs. D. A. Griggs; vice preaideut of the foreign. Mrs. E. B. Crane; secretary, Mrs. James Robinson; treasurer, Miss Ada Bowen; committee on literature. Miss Lucetta Stone; programme committee (joint), Mrs. Morris Golden, Mrs. E. B. Crane. Mrs. E. P. Chesbro and Mrs. Henry Fryer. Following the election of officers members of the circle had an Interest ing discussion on Japan that was en tered Into by many of those present. The afternoon wag a profitable one and the attendance was unusually good. BORDER GRANGE Disoueees Legislative Measures of Spa. cial Interesst The regular meeting of Border grange, So. 93, Patrons of Husbandry, Wednesday evening, in A, B. S. hall, was decidedly interesting. There was a large attendance ami many matters of Interest to grangers were thorough ly discussed by the members. George E. Hinman had prepared a list of bills pending before the legis lature In which the grange has a spe cial Interest, and after the list had been read before the assemblage there were lively arguments relative to the several measures mbodied in the bills. John O'Rourke President. John O'Rourke, the well known ball player and all-round athlete, has been elected president of the Windham Ath letic club, to succeed ex-Mayor Oscar O. Tanner, resigned. "Jake" Is a natural leader and the thinking men of the organization are united on the opinion that the club's resigning pres ident could not be succeeded by a worthier choice. Mr. O'Rourke has had great experience along athletia lines and is a man who can keen his head at all times even under the most trying circumstances. Dog Poisoner at Work. John P. Ackerman, who lives on Schoolhouse lane, notified that his doe; was acting In a peculiar manner Wed nesday morning went In search of a gun, fearing rabies. Upon returning with the gun he could not find the dog which had made himself scarce during his master's absence. Wednesday morning; a fine dog own ed by E. Frank Wilson, was found dead at the rear of the armory on Val ley street The dog showed signs of having been poisoned. It is believed that the antics of Mr. Ackerman'a dog were also caused by polsoaing. FUNERAL. Earl S. Cranston. The funeral of Earl B. Cranston was held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock Colds Caoae Headache. LAXATIVE EROMO Quinine, the world wide Cold and Grip remedy, re moves cause. Call for full name. Look for signature E. TV. GHOVE. 25c. Th Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly, strengthens the lungs and ex pels colds. Get the genuine in a yellow package. Lee & Osgood Co. r . 75 MONUMENTS. Headstones and Markera In our stock ready to be erected. Obtain our prices and Inspect 1000 artistic designs. John Lennon A. ton, corner Main and Watson Street Willimantic. Conn. 3 "The Dollars of the Daddies" You know how hard they were' earned, how carefully they were husbanded, hew judiciously they were invested. The dollars grew Into hundreds, the hundrede into houses, into farms, into wise and profitable buainesa investments. These "dollar of the diidiea" are t..e basis of oar present prosperity. They were not lured into speculation, or Into risky Investment. The "daddies demanded security and aocepted the returns absolute safety gave. What about your dollar r Are they abaolutaly safe f Make them ao by starting an account with this institution at once and allow your mind to be relieved from all attendant worries occasioned by questionable financial deals. ilimantic Savings Institute H. C. MURRAY, Prest. N. D. WEBSTER, Treas. from his home, on Church Street, and waa largely attended. A large delega tion was .present from Francis 8. Long post, No. 30, G. A. R., of which de ceased was a member, and a delegation from Francis S. Long Woman's Relief corps. No. 28, also attended. Rev. Louis M. Flocken, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church, was the officiating clergyman. A ritualistic military service wss conducted at the grave. Trumpeter Samuel Gaudreau of Company L, First C. N. G.. sounding taps. These comrades of Francis S. Long; post were bearers: William C. Lyman, Henrv F. Royce, A. P. Benner and J. B. Baldwin. Burial waa in the Willimantic cemetery. Funeral Direc tors Elmore & Shepard were In charge. Interacholastie Basketball. The basketball a-ames at the T. M C. A. gymnasium Wednesday evening m the lnteraasociation league were n cldedlv uninteresting; and kiddish, be ing- far from the uauai standard set 1 ViV- . . . on n TfcA firm Mnt-Rt haVf,n thu Grex ciub and the Excelsiors was ree from fouling, but alow and lackeff consistent team work by both aidea. Tlfe game between the Outjaws and th Aorns was a wretched exniDiuon irom start to finish, the members on botn teams constantly resorting to eoyisn tactics. The lineups ana summary: Grex Club Leonard rf, (Bradbury, Jordan If, Richmond c, Morse rt, war den lb. Excelsiors Brown lb. Fryer rb, Pearl c, Higgins If, Andrews rf. Pcore. Grex club 21, Excelsiors 15: bankets from floor, Morse 6, Hlrgins 4. Leonard 3, Fryer 2, Jordan, Rich mond. Brown; fouls called, on Andrews 2. Morse, Richmond, Walden: baskets from free tries. Higgins, Morse; free tries misled, Higgins 2, Leonard; ref eree. Mort Snow; timer, Thompson; 15-mlnut halves; scorer, R. O- Snow. Outlaws Burns rf. Card If, Manning c, Ericson rb, Woodward If. Acorns McCarthy lb. Ottenhelmer rb Bruce c, Lewis If, Jones rf. Score, Outlaws 25, Acorns 20; bas kets from floor. Bums 5, Woodward 4, Bruce 3, Lewis 3. Card 2, McCarthy 2. Jones I, Ericson; fouls called, on Jones 2, Bruce 2. Woodward 2, Lewis, McCarthy, Ottenhelmer, Erlcson; bas kets from free tries. Card; free tries missed, Card 3. Burns 3. Lewis 2, Junes; referee, Mort Snow; timer. Thompson: 16-minute halves; acorer, R. O. Snow. Various Items. Dr. George W. May of Manchester renewed acquaintances In town Wed nesday. Mrs. J. A. McDonald and grandson, G. Donald Bartlett are In New York city for a brief stay. Oliver I Wlllard haa purchased a building lot on Walnut street, adjoin ing the property of George W. Thomp. j son. Miss Florence Strong, a teacher at the Natchaug school, will spend the Easter vacation visiting in Boston and vicinity. MiKs Beatrice Filer, a teacher at the Xatchaue school, baa gone to ber home in Danielaon because of illness. Miss Gladys Lathrop la substituting for her. Ladies are cordtallv Invited to attend the exhibition of trimmed millinery Friday and Saturday, March 28th, and 27th. Mrs. EJgarton, 776 Main street adv. The class of 1909 of the Natchaug school have elected these officers: President, Myrtle Jordan, secretary, Daniel Crane, treasurer, Edward Mor rison. There will not be any recitation at the Windham high school next week. Term examinations will be the rule, and In all probability two examina tions daily ,wili constitute a day's schedule of work. Personals. Winfield J. Phillips of Chaplin waa in Willimantic Wednesday. Mrs. H. L. Hunt went to Boston on Wednesday for a few days' visit with friends. Mrs. Lucy Byles Wilson of Wethers field waa a Willimantic visitor Wed nesday. Mrs. J. M. Shepard and Mrs. Lena Fuller Robinson were Hartford visitors Wednesday. Wilfred Lambflrt has resigned at A. A. Trudeau's. Wilfred St. Martin suc ceeding hira. Misa Katherine Rafferty and Mra William Vanderman were Putnam via ltor Wednesday. John Foran of New London Is In town to attend the funeral of Maria Gregory, who waa housekeeper for his father. Engineer William Foran. Frank Vanomer of Bridgeport has been visiting his wife, who recently underwent an operation at St Jo seph's hospital. Patrick Lucy, a brother of Mrs. Vanomer.was also here to sea her. Charles E. White. Attorney George W. Melony. J. Calvin Brown and First Selectman S. Arnold Peckham went to Norwich Wednesday and attended the trial of Sherwood G. Avery vs. C E. White in the. court of common pleas. BAUIC. Ram Lueier and Arthur Legros were out canoeing Saturday for the first time. It took fifteen minutes from Baltic to Occum. Polodor Glngras of Jewett City was visiting George Lueier Sunday. George Meunier of Plalnfleid was visiting his brother, Philip Mvunier, Saturday. Philip Meunier and aon have arrived home from New Haven. Miss Flora Glrard of Putnam spent funday with her sister, Mrs. Philip Meunier, on Main atreet. Miss Emma Lueier and M!ra Alice Rebatallo .spent Sunday in Tftftville. ;. . DAN1ELS0N. . , New Loom Running in Cotton Mill Addition 2,300 Tana of lea Stored Funeral of Mrs. Mary Shepard Mr, S. W. Girard'a Lecture on Forestry. H. Presoott Brlgham of Worcester was in Danielaon Wedneecay. Mis Corrlne Paine of Mt Holyoke college la at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Paine. Misses Adah and Florence Danlelson of Mt Holyoke college are with their parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Simeon uaniei eon. : Sheriff P. B. Sibley was In Hartford Wednesday. Mrs. Joseph Dulburlel continues to Improve at the Dav-Klmbau hospital, where she was recently operated upon ror appendicitis. In Washington. Mr. and Mra. George H. Call, who have been in the south for several weeks, are now vlsltine In Washing' ton. They will return to Danielson about Anrll 1. Mrs. C. A. Potter entertained the Laales' Whist club Tuesday afternoon Rev. J. J. Pappillion of payville baa been visiting relatives in Canada. The Ladies' auxiliary of the y. M. C. A. held a meeting In the association room Wednesday evening. Last Day to Filo Claim. ' The period of limitation for filing claims aratnst the International Oil Engine company expire toda7 (Trnt- oay). . New Loom Running. Many of the new automatic looms recently purchased ty trie uanieison Cotton company have been set up In the atiil uncompleted addition to the mill and are running. Recalls lee Storm of Feb. 16. The March nutnbr of th Telephone Bulletin, issued to employee by the .tthern New England i i-ppn' com pany. In notes on the Ice storm of Fb. 16 mentions a peculiar break at Day ville, where a string of six poles broke off close to the ground under the weight of the Ice. All fell so that one end of the crossarms rested on the ground and not one of the thirty odd wires was made unnt lor service. The notes mention that by actual measurement the ice on a cable near the Moosup office measured three lnchea in diameter. ' 2,300 TON'S OF ICE Stored by Two Danielaon Dealer for th Season. Two dealers have stored a total of 2,300 tons of ice for distribution in Danielaon during the coming summer, which permits of the use of 23 tons per day for 100 days. The ice is not t heavy as is usually secured here, but it is clean and clear and in both cases haa been takdn from reservoir. Petition in Bankruptcy. W. N. Arnold haa filed a oetitlon in bankruptcy. The liabilities are given as 14,08210. and asset of JMt.&o, of which 14,259.50 is due on open ac count ' FUNERAL. Mrs. Mary Shepard. The bodv of Mrs. Mary Shepard, who died in Marlboro, Mass, was brought to Dayville Wednesday. Funeral ser vice were held at St Joseph' church. Rev. J. J. Pappillion celebratirg the re quiem high mass. Burial waa in St Joseph' cemetery. Rose of Lima council, no. bi. k. oi C. is Drenarine: to confer degrees on a clasa of candidates who desire admis sion to the order. Retreat to Continue Next Week. A retreat for the English apeaklng members of St. James pariah is tb be conducted next week, followirg a cus tom established Toy La Salette fathers in chara-a of the narish several years ago. The three weeks of retreat will by concluded y Holy week. The police have issued1 warnings io certain people in Danielson to refrain from some unwarrantable practlcea or Buffer a consequent prosecution. A regular meeting of the board of trade was held in their rooms in the Bradley building Tuesday evening to consider routine business. K. OF C. APPOINTMENTS. Knights Weaver and Monohan Dele gate to 6tate Convention. Grand Knleht John Weaver and Deputy Grand Knlbt James Monohan will be the delegates from Rose of Lima council, K. of C, to the state (invention which will meet In the Ho tel Stratford at Bridgeport Tuesday, May 11. FORESTRY THE THEME Of Instructive Lecture by Mrs. Girard. The lecture on Forestry given by Mrs. S. W. Girard of South Norwalk in the Congregational church under the auspices of the Ladies' Art club Wed nesday evening waa attended by many and was very interesting and Instruc tive. Charles "B. Wheatley was In Norwich Wednesday. There will be a markei increase In the number of automobile owner In Danielaon thla summer. The temperature climbed to 62 de grees in sunny plarea Wednesday, the highest point reached since last au tumn. - Miss Marv Woodson is a patient at the Dav-Kimball boapHal. where be waa taken to undergo an operation. Schedule Rearrangement Probable. A rearrangement of the Eastern Con necticut eague arhedule is protable in order that Dayville and North Groavenordale may be enabled to play two more games than at present ar ranged for and Waureran and Putnam two less than the eight gamea they are scheduled to plsy. Big Game Looked For, The big game of the baskVbal! sea son is down for tomorrow (Friday) evening, when the combination Web-st.T-St Johnsbnry team comes to Dan ielson to play the T. M. C A. Three of the visltine- players La Cas, Mul!' ran and Wrirht are from th St Johnebury team, this year claimants to the title of New England champione. Mathieu and Creegan complete the Webster five. - They have been playlny worderful basketball aralnst the best teams in the country, winning mort of their jrames. They are scheduled to play teams in New York state and Pennsylvania and come to Danielson to fill an open date. Entertained by Faculty. The senior claas of KHingly High school and the basketball team were entertained by the memtber of the faculty In the assembly hall Wednes day evening. Peraonal Mention. Rev. Peter Rolx is In Hartford. John Heneault of New London vis ited at his home here Wednesday. Mrs. C. T. Thayer of Putnam visited Danielson relatives Wednesday. STAFFORD SPRINGS. Officer of Country Ciub Assessors Buiy With Property Revaluation Reception for Rev. Thomaa Tyrie. The Stafford Springs Cemetery asso ciation has elected officers for the en suing year as follows: President, F. F. Patten: vice president, W. H. Cool ey: secretary.Wtlliam H. Heald; treas uror. Charles F. Harwood; auditor. T. T. Patt nand R. Vf. Smith. Th director elected axe: A. L. Howard. 3. C. Park ess, w. H. Cooley, J. U. Leach, V. H. Baker, Orrin Convyte, A. C. Eaton, G. L. Dennle, Dr. V. L. Smith, Lewi McLaughlin, C. F. Harwood, An drew Whiton, J. M. lord, Charles War ren, Milo J. Baton. Alvar&do Howard, E. F. Etogley, F. F. Fatten, C. G. Ellis. Dr. C. B. Newton, M. B. Fisk. E. C. Pinney, N R. Preble. R. W. Smith, R. H. Fisk, Anthony Adams, Cvrll John, aon, Joel H. Reed, F. G. Sanford, C. B. Pinney, W. H, Heald, Frederlo Faulk ner. Judgment for Defendant In the civil ault of Amede Colletto against Myron Kemp, ' tried before Judge Heald in the borough court on Tuesday, for $2S alleged to be due for wages, judgment was for the defend ant. Willis Reed appeared for the plaintiff and R. H. FUk repreaented the defendant , Mrs. Minnie Webster of Ellington spent Wednesday in the borough. The assessors are making good head way in the revaluation of the town property. Wednesday afternoon they were engaged in looking over th prop erty on Edg-ewood place. Farewell Reception. The Ladles Aid society gave Rev. Thomas Tyrie a farewell reception at the Methodist church Wednesday even ing. Misa Florence Bralnard, who haa been substituting In grade t and 7 In District No. 2, has been hired as a regular teacher for next term. . PUTNAM Sal of Lydia Kenyon House Gaspard Nerron' Death Pleasing Entertain. mnt at Israel Putnam School Petl tion to Keep 6unday Law Un changed. is Frau:lii riwn II r f Webster v as in Danielson Wednesday. Charles Seder haa been making a business trip to New York. Letter Carrier Henry Converse haa purchased the Lydia Kenyon house on f wter strjot Miss Rebecca B. Leclalro has one to New York to enter St. Vincent' hospital to become a trained nurae. J. B. Mathieu of Webster was a visitor In Putnam Wednesday. Mr. and Mra. Harry Forbes have been visiting in New York. The Putnam Social and Athletic clifb has arranged for an entertainment for members only jn Arril 13 FUNERAl. Angelina G. Caheone. The body of Anpeline 'lagt r cVihoftne, 49, of Providence, waa brought to Put nam Wednesday and taken in Charge by Ballard db Clark. Funeral services were held at the home of William Young at South Woodstock Wednes day afternoon. Rev- L. B. Curtis of the Baptist church officiating. Burlnl was In the Woodstock Hill cemetery. The Putram Park and Fair corpora tion directors will meet next week to select th fair dates for this year. Extending Siding. Th railroad siding just south of the West Thompson station Is being ex tended to accommodate several more cars than Its present capacity. Con siderable excavating la under way to make possible the change. To Initiate Eight, Carglll council, K. of c., will confer the first degree on a class of eight can didates this (Thursday) evening. Th work will be in charge of the council officer. OBITUARY. Gaspard Nerron, Gaspard Nerron died at hi home here Tuesday evening after an illness of about a month with tvnhold fever, pneumonia developing a few days be fore his death. Mr. Nerron has con ducted a blacksmith shop on Livery street for a number of years, succeed ing1 Frank Foisey, and had many friends. He was born at St. Agnes, Carada, Jan. 30, 186S. He waa a mem ber of Cargill council. Knights of Co lumbus, and the members of the order in this city will attend his funeral in a body. Mr. Nerron is survived by his wire and one son. ISRAEL PUTNAM SCHOOL. Varied and Interesting Programme Well Presented, Gtudents of the Israel Putnam school acquitted themselves with honor at the entertainment given at the school Wed nesday evening. The programme, in which the students were assisted by the ladles mentioned, was very inter esting: Trio, Mrs. C. L. Torrey, vio linist. Miss Gertrude Warner, 'cellist Mrs. E. M. Warner, pianist; violin solo, Lester Badimington: Indignant Nellie Mildred Rice; Barbara Freitca le, Frank Gleason; Nauehnnt, the Doa- aon, Clara Maertena; Dorothys Mis take, Edna Mann: cornet aoio, Kaipn Boisoneau; The Legend of Bregcnx, Haiel Davis; Ole Mose, Stanley Spratt; The Ballad of Black Dickson, Ransom Gascoigne; Spartacus to the Gladiators at Capua, Norman Kennedy; piano duet Misaes cooper and tjharpe. Death of Miss Mary Monahan. Frank Monahan of Bridge atreet has received notice of the dath of his sis ter. Misa Mary Monahan, a graduate nuise, at Edmonton, Alberta. s Thompson Still a Prisoner. Henry F. Thompson, who passed a worthless check on Landlord E. C. Rogers of the Putnam inn, Is attu a prisoner at the jail at Brooklyn and Is evidently having more trouble in se curing the amount of big bond than he anticipated wnon he was taken over. Automobile Visitors. John Heneault. S. Rich of New Lon don and George Heneault of DanleWon were members of an automobile party visiting in Putnam Wdnesday. Want Sunday Law Unchanged. A DtiUon aigned I by Rev. J. R. atubbert and numerous other citizens of Putnam has been introduced in the legislaturs praying that no modifica tion be made in the present Sunday laws. The petition was presented by Representative J. A. Dady. Various Items. Student in varloua collegia are re turning to their homes for the Easter recess. Cotton mill operatives In Putnam are displaying little interest in the move ment that is 'being pressed in other AVegctablePreparatioulbfAS slmilaUng theToodandBctfula ling uteStamadis andBovreb of ?roinolEsTJesHoTxCheetrul ness and Rest .Contains neither Opnim;Morphine dot tfmexal. Not Narcotic. MmfmtfCUJk-SOOXLBKaa Hi WByr Anerfect Remedy forCOMlir- tion. Sour Stomaxh.Diarrhoea,1 Worms .Convulsions Jevensn ness and Loss OF SlEJER Tax Sunk Signature of TEW "YOHK. exact covror vrafvm. eatern Connecticut mill center to or garlze the worker into the varlnn uniuns Identified with the United Tex tile Workers of America. The workers here l)ave always worked as indepen dents and the praent effort is th first general attempt to ore-anise tbem. W. V. Palmer of Wlllimantio wa a visitor in Putnam Wednesday. George C Pierce of Providence vis ited friends in Putnam Wednesday. Harold Qllpatric was in Worcester Wednesday. JEWETT CITY. Missionary Dinner for Mission Circle Meeting of D. A. R. Chapter Bor ough Lighted Wednesday Evening. The annual meeting of the women's mission circle of th Baptist church was held in th vw'"' on Wednesday afternoon with a large number pres ent. The president, Mrs. E. W. Pot ter, presided, and had charge of the programme. The subject wa The Gospel Applied, the laat chapter of egro Neighbors Bond and Free. Mrs. Potter gave an account of the differ ent missions working amonr the col ored people of the south. Mrs. G. H. Prior's subject was Spelman Semina ry. Mr, cnarie oaraners, une Ma ther school. Mr. II. ti. u. wnsons. Hartshorn Memorial College. Mrs. W. H. Whiteman s. Waters Normal In stitute. Mrs. E W. Potter, Jackson College and Amerlcua and Arkansas B College. Mrs. S. F. Brown, Coleman Academy, and Mrs. W. H. Johnson, Florida B Academy. Four visitors from four different mission station sat up on the platform, each dressed In the costume of the nationality represented. Each read something pertaining to the mission. Mrs. B. R. Qardner represent ed Japan, Miss May Potter a Hindu widow. Miss Florence Jackson a Nav ahoe Indian, Miss Emma Gardner, a Kiowa Indian from Elk county mis sion. Hobart, Oklahoma, and Mis Gladys Johnson, America The collec tion waa received by the two Indians. After the programme. Mr. R. W. Desrnley, Mr. R. R. WIlIcox and Mrs. H. F. Cheney served a missionary din. ner. The chief ingredient of the din ner was rice. There was rice oup, rice and cheese, rice pie. and rice pud ding, with sandwiches and cake. Tea was poured by Mrs. B. R. Gardiner, the representative vfrom Japan. As the list of officers was not com plete, the election will be held at a later meeting. D. A. R. Chapter Meets for Business. Mrs. 5. II. Jennings entertained Anne Brewster Fanning chapter. D. A. R., on Wednesday afternoon. Bus iness occupied the time; there being no formal programme. Mra. Jennings served refreshment during the after noon. Eleetrio Lights on Wednesday Eve ning. Supt. T. G. Waters was in Boston on Monday and hurried up the people there who were repairing the engine for the electric light plant, so that ther were lights again Wednesday nlsht. The Westlnghouae people prom ised to repair the other dynamo in a week and it is now three week out of the commission, and the superin tendent is still waitlna to hear from them, after numeroua reminders. Peraonal and General. A number attended the auction at the Burdlck farm. It was tHe !---t auction held in this vicinity for many a day. The farm waa not aold. Mr. and Mra. B. H. Palmer of Greenevllle called on relatives here on Wednesday. Mrs. Martha Nuttall. Fred. William and Lillian Nuttall. came from Brook lyn, Conn., in their automobile Thurs day and spent the day at Mrs. Nut tails' nephew's. John Whalley's.. in Lisbon. Assistant .Postmaster William T. SUPERIOR The standard of baking powder purity for over 30 years. The baking powder cooks depend upon. Made from a superior grade of pure grape cream of tartar. a lift For Infanta tnd Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bejrs the Signature of Tut aa . mw rmi en. Crumb wa ill on Thursday. John A. Hourigan acted aa aubstitute. Th art claa mt at Mrs. G. H Prior" Tuesday evening. Th ub- ject of Mr. Prior" paper wa the ar tist Gerom. Lewi How and Edward, Barrett, membera of Undaunted lodge. No. 34, K. of P.. or Jewett, the latter gentle man being a member of Companv Xo. IS, U. R., of Charts A. Russell of New London, go to Lebanon today Thurs day, wa are a new lodge la to be instl tuted. Marcus Criaeoll, treasurer of Court oriswold, no. 101, F. of A., waa ao pointed delegate to th grand court to do field in Meriden in May, at the meeting Tuesday evening. MILL HAZARDS Subject of Address at Hartford by A. Q. Wltbor. Anaon G. Wilbor gave an address on "Processes and Hasard of Cotton Mill" In th board of trad room. Friday evening, before the Hartford insurance association. As an inspec tor of the Factory Insurance associa tion he haa a particular familiarity with the ubject. Mr, Wilbor traced the processes of cultivation, picking and carding, drawing, spinning and weaving with much detail. He aald that th main hazard were occaaioned by the dropping- of matches in the cotton, which would be ignited later on in th performance. The hitting of one part oi in macmnery against an- otner migni aiso, at times, oy pnoauc lng sparks, start a fire. jwr. vviiDor waa questioned by a number of th forty men who heard his addresa. A miniature bale of cot ton, several drawing of model factor les, and considerable Insurance litera ture wer exhibited by Mr. Wilbor. WALLACE WILL Admitted to Probate at Fairfield Es tate Principally te Wift. The -will of Aaron W. Wallace, who waa killed in jumping from his coupe while hi horse, frightened by one of the automobiles in the recent New York to Boston endurance run. waa running away, waa admitted to tro bate In Falrflald this week. The Bridgeport Trust company nominated in the Instrument as executors, quali fied before Judge Elmore S. Banks, The bulk of the estate Is left to the widow. Mr. Lillian L. Wallace, who 1 to receive one-third of the income, while two-third I bequeathed to Lu lu Adams, ner alec. w FALLING CHIMNEY Injure Firemen During Fir at Naw Hartford. While fighting to extinguish a blaze In th residence of Attorney F. B Munn of New Hartford, AVllliam T Pratt, a member of the fire depart ment, wa knooked from a ladder by a falling chimney and sustained two fractured ribs and a number of other Injuries to hi aide. He was removed to Wlnsted hospital, where he la in a serious condition. The flamea were confined to the attic in the Munn dwelling; and did alight damage. Meridan Endeavor Convention. The next quarterly meeting of the Meriden Christian Endeavor union will be held Monday evening, April 6. in the First BaptiBt church. It will take the form of a summing up rally to fittingly concludethe apiendld work of tv- t"titiite Speakera from home and foreign field will be secur iu . ' .utive Kuaresoea to the your a people, who have been studying o diligently missionary movementa in all parte of the world. iff M If J hjr Use U' For Over Thirty Years hm i mini n TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. TO HEW YORK NORWICH LINE Via iTONINGTOK The water . way th tomfortakl way of traveling. Steamers New Hampshire and Richard Peck safe, staunch vCRsela that have every comfort and conven ience for th traveler. A delightful voyage en Long Island Sound and a auparb view of th won derful aky Jin. and .water front of New Tork. Steamer leavea Stonlngton at 11.11 p. m. week day only: due I'ler 4. North River, 7.40 the next mornlug. 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The only absolutely modern ilr. proof transient hotel below 2 2d Street. Location central, jet quiet 400 rooms, 200 with bath, from $1.00 per day upwards. Excellent restaurant and cafe attached. Moderate prices. 8end 2o etamp for Illustrated Guide and Map of Naw York City. HAP1Y E. BACK, Attorney -at-Law, FATENTS Protect your idea. Handsom (i pag. Guld Book Pr. Phueniz Block. Danltlsoa. Cobb, oMlTuTbS Jewett City Advertisers jHwmrrr citw hotcu t.w Vp-le-4a. H.t.l ta ev.ry wrttolar. IftA P. LEWIS. Proprietor. M. HOCKIQAlf. J .watt City. . Faraltar. Crawf.nl CMklic ft a a cm. Furnishing Underiak.r Fua.ral Dl. rector. Phones Store ll-t; House ti-f NOOtVr HOVtB. J. King. Prop. B. & King. Itga. ampl. BMaa mu4, Bpsokal attantlOD paid to Commercial aaaa. ' DR. CD AS. B. LAM3, VETERINARIAN Offlce at Hodge's Stable. Bath Siraet. House, IS Town Su Telephone (ll-t. For Pint PIANOS Trv JEWELER SHAW, htnin, Con. N 0 mistake will be made in selecting THIS school as the one to attenJ. 2EAV IOND ON" Business (olleg6 KABrubtck.fhm.i'(iHjinon. Com. Catalogue for t i. asking. DO IT NOW I th best thlr.g any praprtr can do. Don't wait until ealj. bil weather comes before making nac.a aary fail repairs. If you hav naw work begin today by getting our fig ures. STETSON 4 YOUNQ. V)n DMT AVT FAXCT COOM Tra- TJ M.a.y.1 ISAAC CHAMPEAu. Manager. "u tsaa. Coon. THE UNDER PRICE SALE now at Th Boston Dry Goods Stor. Dantelson, means big bargain price to tb customer on aeaaonabl gooda. vvory eapartniar.t in lb store boafa th cut prlc marks. THE BOSTON DRY GOODS STORK. Main St.. DanieUon. Junt7d Jtaaaa B. Keach. Mg READ- The Keystone Store's FRIDAY AD.