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ATURDAY WARMER. -FULL ASSOCIATED PRE3S DCSPAT-HES TI1 . 5rav tui i i ia I ImT u NORWICH, CONN, . ir, MARCH 26, 190a. ! always found on thcs page. Read the small advertisements carefully. " WHAT IS GOING ON TONIGHT. Vaudeville- and Motion Pictures at Efeeedy'a Auditorium. Motion Pictures and Illustrated Song at Roderick Theater. Moving- Pictures and Illustrated Songs at Breed Theater. Special City Meeting in Town Hall Missionary Conference at Broadway Church. ' Bowling at Arcanum Club. Sedgwick Post. No. 1, G. A. R-, meets in Buckingham Memorial. ' Gardner Lodge. No. 46, K. of P., meets in Eagles' Hall. Norwich Comim-ndery. No. 6J7, U. O. G. C," meets at 12 Cliff Street. Loyal H. H. Osgood Lodge, No. 690. I. O. O. I. M. U meets In Poneman Hall, Taitvllle. Machinists' Union. Local No. 63. meets In C. I L. Hall. Lodge Oscar. No. 30. V. O. of A, meets la Foresters- Hall. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Plaut-Cadden Co. are showing a very swell Una of novelties for Kaster. e the new King Quality shoes, sold only by Fraik A. Bill, the Big tftick toe, button and blucher in patent and gun metal. - "I Wteh I Had a Girl." the song that has sat New York wild, will be on sale tor a few days at 18e at The Flaut Cadden Co. s. Ask their pianist to (nay it. BREED THEATER. "On tha Warpath," Big Seenio Moving Picture. A varied and interesting entertain ment is to be had at the Breed theater the remainder of this week, conspicu ous in which is the big film. On the "Warpath. This Is a grand picture, hav ing as a aole mo Live a spirit of revenue In a. half-tweed Indian, who, "having been refused the hand of the daughter of a western pioneer, asked the assist ance of his tribe of Indians, who. by iba way, ere real Indians, and many vtews of them in their tepees on the plains, are shown, as are .several views of them In their various moods. The naif breed is shown in-citing them to war, and the war dance, the mount to war, the attack, the repulse, and the grand denouement, when a detach ment of the U. S. army, which ia en camped In the vicinity, arrives on the scene of action, and the pioneers are saved. Tha Oirls and Daddy is a pretty story of home life full, of pathos as well excitement, and is followed by The Blind Musician, another pathetic tory. Mr. Jones Gives a Card Party is in every sense of the word a howling success, and many patrons come to sea this one aim, feeling amply repaid fcy doing to. Mwdam MoreUe sings with unbound ed success the beautiful Italian song. e Baran Rose ("Love in Springtime") and the eager audience ia loath to have lier leave the "platform. Mr. Cooper sings the military song. Tou'd Do the Same Thing Over For tha Old Red. White and Blue. New Pictures at Sheedy's. Teeterday afternoon and evening and for the remainder of the week a new set of motion pictures were placed in at the Auditorium and are the best over shown. Interesting, full of com edy and drama, they are unsurpassed by anything ever shown there. The vaudeville ia pronounced by all the tanner bill of the season and after the bad weather of the last day it should serve to draw full houses for the re mainder of the week. Heading the vaudeville is the little sketch. His Last Rate, acted admirably by the talented trio of artiste, Robyn Adair. Blanche tyArmond and Joe "Ward. Mr. Adair and Mr. Ward both have fine voices and receive generous applause for their rendering of the ever popular song. -OeeM Wish I Had a Girl." Juggling Xelson Is the toest Juggler ever seen Jn Norwich and his Juggling has been the talk of the town, especially his bouncing hats. "Merry" Minnie Stokes should draw all the merry school chil dren next Saturday with her funny lit tle folks. She is receiving a big re ception at every performance and her Imitation of Caruso and Lillian Rus sell are well worthy of mention. She has a remarkably fine voice and it has certainly been ar.oreelated for one of the kind lias seldom been heard In Norw Ich. . Positively the finest singing and dancing turn ever seen in the city is that of Wellington Cross and Joseph ine, who with reputations from other cities come here and certainly take away the honors from all others pre viously seen. Roderick. Five cehts afternoons and evenings are the prices at the Roderick, instead of ten, but that does not mean that the show is not as good a before. On the contrary, the offering for the remainder of the week is one of the best ever offered. Shown on the catneraphone VKitures axe Gordan & Cotneron. in the original sketch, . Good Evening. Caroline: James Morton In his latest monologue sketch, and, last, but not least, the big scream, An Amateur Jvight in vaudeville. In the motion picture line are shown The Evil-Doer, a comic; The Anonymous Letter, trag ic; Walking on His Toes, another oream; In Fore Straights, tragedy; and A Bachelor's fkipper, a pathetic story of an old bachelor's dream. Ray mond CNetl sings "Some Day. Fweet neart. Some Day," and it is well suited for his sweet baritone voice. Despite the weather yesterday, large houses at tended all performances. Where Taft Learned to Boil Down. President Hadley of Tale: "If I look - back thirty or thirty-five years, I seem to see the placid figure of young Taft reading- a 20 page composition to the almost equally placid figure of Prof. Cyrus fcorthrop. The reading- is done; the comment begins. 'Was there any thing in the first nineteen pages that was not either expressed, or implied 1n the twentieth? 'No, sir.' -Then,! leave out the first nineteen pages and begin with the twentieth.' He lias learned his lesson, and the country tings wlbh, applause for the man who ' ays what lie has to saj' who neither negiiis before he is ready nor keeps on after he has finished." In the above there, is good newspaper ethics. An sonla Sentinel. A Scotchman has invented a chair canopy on a frame lifce a window awn ing, but which rolla up -like a window ahadw on a spring- roller. The device can, be quickly attached to a chair by . spring rollers. CASTOR I A for InfaEt and Children. The Kind You Kavs Always Sought Bears tha Signature of IMPORTANT BUSINESS NEWS LOST AND FOUND. LOST Jersey heifer, Jnrk brown. Finder please notify 2o7 No. Main St. ana receive reward. mar24d I.Ovr Hound. 18 mo. old; col. light tan; long tail, white tip. Ans. name of Racer. Notify Nat Clarke. Col.. R. F. I: No. 4. or Joe Ashwell. Norwich. mariSj toon Pocketbook, near car ban twner can Lave same bv calling on Mrs. Beriioff, 13 14th St.. proving pYop. ety and payliig- for this adv. mar.!(d BANKBOOK MUST Lost or stolen. Passbook No. 1C(K45 of The Norwich Saving- Society. All persons are cau tioned against purchasing or negotiat ing the same, and eiv person having1 a claim to said book is'herebv called up on to present said claim to said bank on or before the 11th day of September. 1S09. or stibmic to havinar the book de clared cancelled and extinguished and new book issued rn lieu thereof or the amount due thereon paid. niarl2F A 19 Inch Waist. A biography of Garcia, the famous Parisian singing teacher, recently published, tells ai amusing story of the unexpected but . very - salutary "iacer" Miss Marie Tempest got in the firs interview she had with the mas ter. She came before him attired in a very tig-ht fitting- dress, which drew attention to the 19 Inch waist of which she was the proud possessor. Garcia raised his eyebrows when he ' saw her step forward, but said nothing until she had sung an aria for him. Then he said, with his usu al polite manner: "IBank vou, miss. Will you please go home at once, take off that dress, rip ofT those stays, and let- your waist out to at least 25 inches! When you have done so. vou may come back anfl sing to me. and I will tell you whether you have anv voice." In relating this incident. Miss Tempest added: "I went home, and well, I've never - had a 19 inch waist since." Exchange. Cruelty Repaid. People pay right here on earth for their meanness. Tootles .MoOrusty -was unkind to his horse. He checked the poor thing's head up so high that its no.-e pointed at the horizon. He left the animal out in front of the roadliouse for hours on wintry days, unblanketed. When the horse misunderstood his impatient driving, he wore out a whip on Its nhorn sides He was a leading candi date for director In the Humane so ciety, all right The horse died at last, and now Jfc Crusty is getting his punishment. He rides ii. an automobile, end the whole world Is cruel to him. Newark News. HOME GARMENT MAKING. Tha Bulletin's Pattern Service. ssao HDIUS' MM.ORKD SKI KT. Paris Pnttera No. 2S20 All Seams Allowed. This simple model has been especially designed tor launderinir. and therefore reaches its best devtlopment In. heavy linen. Indian-head cotton, duck and khaki; though thin serge, mohair, flan nel or any of the new worsted mate rials are equally suitable. The fullne-s of the back is distributed by the in verted box-plait and the bi.ttotiH may match the skirt, or bone buttons could be used. The lower edge is finished with a narrow hem. and the stitching should be very carefully done, other wise tlie style and effect of the parment are entirely lost. The majority of skirts this season are plain, but. if de sicd. a slight trimming' may be put on above ihe hem. or the trimming may run down each seam in the form of stit' lied straps or braid. Tiie pattern is in fceen s'zes 22 to 34 Inches, waist measure. For 2ti waist the skirt requires yards of mate rial 20 inches wide. 4U vaids :! inc-hes wide. yards 2 inches wide or 2sj yards 54 Inches wide. Width of lower odpe about 3 'i yards. Price of pattern, lit cents. Order through The Bulletin Company, Pattern Dept.. Norwich, Conn. AUCTION. SALE, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 31st, 1909. AT 11 o'clock in the forenoon. The two houses and land at Taft villc. Conn., located between the prop erties of Mr. West and Mr. Parent on Merchants Avenue, Taftville, Conn known as the Senay property. Will sell the above to the highest bidder. Terms of sale, cash. W. B. Wilcox, Auctioneer. X. B- If stormy, next fair day. mar24d The Norwich Kicks! & Grass Co., Tableware, Chandeliers; Yacht Trimming and such things Refinished. 69 to 87 Chestnut St Nonidi. Conn. oct4d THE OFFICE OF WW. F. HILL, Real Estate and Fire Insurance, is located In Somers' Block, over C. M. Williams, Room 9, third floor. febl3d . Telephone 147. HORSERADISH Ask your grocer for Peckham's Home Grown Horseradish. Absolutely Pure and warranted to be the strong est on the market. Prepared by K E. PECKHAM, East Side. niarld FOR THE BEST ALES and LACER Go Te "The Plank,"8FrankliiiSt. O'CONNELL h SHEA. Telephone EC4-4. aeptlM General Contractor All orders receive prompt and careful attention. Give me a trial ordar. Sat isfaction guaranteed. THOS. J. DODD, Norwich Telaohone 349-aV Merwich. is always found on this page. Read the small advertisements carefully. BUSINESS NEWS WANTED. W1MED By a young lady, s posi tion for the summer as governess or traveling- companion. Excellent refer en.es furnished. Address M. J- B.. bul letin. mar2od MAVIKU Railway mail clerks are wanted. Kntranre salary $800 per an num, with promotion to HSOU. Kxanii nation May 15th. Particulars free Springfield School for Mail Service, Springfield. Mass. ma.-.i;d VA XTED 500 sewing machines to repair; a1 makes: quick service; satis faction guaranteed; 17 years' experi ence. Oiislev. the Expert, at Schwartz Brcs. Tel. 52 or drop postal miriidd VANTBD April 1st. a tenement of 8 or B rooms on one or two floors; centrally located. Address "Business,' Bulletin Office. jan?9d SECRET SERVICE Detective and attorneys furnished at reasonable terms. Civil and criminal Investigations. Strict I v confidential. P. O. Box No. 43, I'oituetanuck, Conn. mar23d WANTED Family cooks, general house girls, waitress, kitchen help, dish washers and farm help. Do you want a relia ble man for lawn and garden. J. B. LUCAS, room 32 Central Bldg. mar23d LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICK. FOR SAI.K: Bv virtue of an order of the Hon. Curt of Probate, within and for the District of Norwich, I will sell the real estate belonging to the estate of Gardner W. EVcleston, late of Vol untown, in said District, deceased. Said real estate consists of live par cels of land situate within the Town of Yoluntown and described as follows: First parcel is the Homestead with buildings thereon situate on the east erly side of the highway leading from Voluntown to laurel Glen, bounded norther!,- and southerly by lands now or formerly of Stephen M. Palmer and easterly by the Rhode Island Slate line, containing about 30 acres of laud; the undivided one-half interest of which only belongs to said estate. The second parcel consists of about 20 acres of land known as "West Meadow." situate on the westerly side of the highway, nearly opposite the first par. -el. The third parcel, consisting of about 2n acres, situate on Dcnisuit Hill, in the southerly part of the Town of Vol untown. is on tiie easterly side of said highway, bounded easterly and southern- by land of Stephen Palmer. The fourth panel, containing about ?r acres, situate on the highway run ning east and west on Denteon Hill, bounded easterly by the Rhode Island Ftare line, southerly by land cf Stephen M. Palmer et al., and westerly by land of Russell M. Burdick. The fifth parcel, containing about 19 acres of land is knon as the "Shef field Pasture, .situate on the easterly side of the highway from Laurel Glen from Deni-son Hill, bounded northerly, ensterly and southerly by lands of Wil liam H. Palmer. All of which parcels are more partic ularly described in the application to sell on file in said "ourt. CHARLES W. CLARKE, mar26d Administrator. . AT A rOUKT OF PROBATE HELD at Montville, within and for the Dis trict of Montville, on the 24th day of March. A. D. ISuS. Present CHARLES G. TURNER. Judse. Estate of Lucy A. Fitch, late of the City of New Yoi k, in the State of New York, deceased. William L. Fitch of said City of New York jy counsel, having filed a petition in this Court, praying for the reasons therein stated, that administration be granted upon the estate of said de ceased, alleged to be intestate. Whereupon, it is Ordered, That said petition be heard and determined at t n e Probate Office in said Montville on the 30th day of March. A. D. lOO'.t. at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and '-at notice of the pendency of said petition, and of said hearing- thereon, be given by the publication of this order ono time in some newspaper bavins' a cir culation in said District, and that re turn be made to this Court. CHARLES G. TURNER. Judpe. The above and focgoing is a, true copy of record. Attest? marJSd M ARTIN' V. B BRATXARD. AT A tOVRT OF PROBATK UF.I.II at Norwich, within and for the District of Norwich, on the 2oth day of March, A. D. 1909. Present NELSON J. AY LING, judge Instate of Alfred 'Le JHin. late of Norwich, in said District, deceased. Atigustln Le Moine of Norwich, conn., appeared in Court and filed a petition praving. for the reasons therein set forth, that administration be granted upon the estate of said deceased, al leged to he intestate. Whereupon, it is Ordered. That said petition be heard and determined at tin: Probate Court Ro.mi in the City of Norwich, in said District, on the 30tn day of March. A. U. 1909. at 3 o'clock in the a H'rnoon. and that notice of tho pendency of said petition, and of said hearing the'-eon. h a:iven bv the pub lication of this order one time in some newspaper having a circulation in said District, at least three days prior to the date of said hearing, and tiiat re turn be made to this Court. XMLSON J. AYLING. Judge. The above and foregoing is a true copy of record. Attest: FANNIE C. CHURCH. mm 2i.d Clerk. TAX NOTICK. All persons liable to pay taxes in the Town "f Lebanon are hereby notified that I hive a rate bill and warrant to collect all taxes asesjed on Grand List of 190S in said Town at its anniial town meeting-, which tax is due and payable April "i, 1909. at the rate or 1', mills on rile dollar, and for the purpnse of collecting saiii tax J will be at the Town House. Monday. April 5. from II) a. m. to 2 p. ni., Tuesday, April 6. at James Buirill's store Liberty Hill, from 10 a. m. to 12 o'clock noon at V. W. Gillette's house, Goshen, Wednes day. April 7. from 10 a. in. to 12, at home same day from 2 to 4 p. m. Ail unpaid taxes will be levied on r.fter O t. I. All legal interest and charjrt s will be collected. Leb.inon, March S. 19'J9. J. A. THOMAS, Collector. marl2F Notice To Taxpayers. t H persrns liable to pay taxes in the Town of Lisbon ere hereby notified that I have a warrant to levy and collect a tax of 13 mills on the dollar on the town list of 1908. payable; April 1st. 1909, and for the purpose of collecting said tax I will be at the Town House Monday, April 12, 1909. from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.. same day at the Town Clerk's office, from 3 to 7 p. ni. All piisr.ns neglecting this notice will be charged legal tees and addi tions as the law directs. HERMAN E.J.MRNKL1. Collector. P. O.. Versailles. Conn. Dated at Lisbon, March, 1909. marl8Th CHANGE OF DATE. Sealed bids for building a dam at Meadow Brook, marked "Bid for dam," will be received until R o'clock p. m., Monday, March 29, 109, at the of fice of the Board of Waler Commis sioners, where plans and specifications may be seen and blank bids obtained, and at which time and place the bids will be opened. Further information mav be obtain ed at the office of Chandler & Palmer, ltil Main Street. The rlgrt to reject .any or all bids Is hereby reserved. VS.v urder of the Board of Water Com missiuuet'.s of tiie Cilv of Norwich. A. A.' BUCK WI TH. iimrlTd President. NEWMARKET HOTEL. 715 Boivvell Ave. i First-class wir.es, liquors and clffara Meals and Welch rarebit aervet- to order. John Tuckie. Proo. Tel. 43-S. IMPORTANT FOR SALE. FOR SAI.K Hirber shop, doing good business; well located; price low. P. Hall Shuits Harris Bids., New Londo.i. marked FOR SALE One pair two year old ITolstein steers. S. E. HoldridKe. Nui wicii. Conn.. H. D. No. 6. mari6d niK JI,K A good family cow, Cy phers 120-egg incubator and brooder. C. Pratt, h-ast Great Plain. mar?4WF FOR SAI.K Farm of 14 acres, situat ed in Killlngly Center. Ct., 1 mile from railroad station, near factory village and- Ti minutes' walk from trolley. Buildings all in good repair, good wa ter, plenty of fruit trees. For terms end particulars, apply to John Hayden. Davville. Ct. mar20d HORSES FOR SAI.R Henry Arnold. 812 Jackson street. Wlllimantlo. Conn. Janl7d FOR SALES Universal gasoline en gines, motor boats, rowboats. Re markable values. West Mystic Mfg. Co.. West Mystic. Conn. febSd CHICKS For sale, R. I. Red chicks 10 cents each. Also eg-ers, R. I. Red .13 for .10 cents. .Mrs. H m. Wade, f2 Boswell Ave., head of 13th fcr.. formerly at the Newton farm. Tel. 498-3.. mar25d FARM BARGAINS, Good 6D acre farm, 4 miles from Wil limantic. nice location, price $1,210; 3' acre farm, high ground, good land and buildings, price 900; 24 acre farm on trolley, price J1.S90; good restaurant and lodging bouse for sale; central located confectionery stoie doing a good business, good reason for selling. Send for list and views of our farm properties or call at TRTOS'9 REAL, ESTATE AGENCY, T13 Mala St. Wllllmaatle. Coam. febl7d SVAI.I, PLACE of !! acres, located in the town of Hampton, Conn. Good house of room and attic; barn and henhouse. Place will keep fourows and a horse: land eoually divided into woodland and pasture; wood enough for fire, rood well at house and brook runs through pasture. On R. F. D., near neighbors, lft miles, from station. Price J. ton: $3t can remain on mort gage. Address Merritt Welch. Chaplin. Ct Jan30d TO RENT Orchard St.. 6 rooms, floored attic and cellar, closet and bath. Large lot, lawn, shrubbery and fruit. TO RENT Thamesville, l-room cot tage Hath, closet, large lot. Near trolley line. TO RENT Dunham St., 4-rootn tene ment, with city water and water closet. TO RIINT Good S-room tenement In Baltic street. To small family only. FOR Cottages in Baltic. Or chard. Dunhrjji. John and Laka streets, and on Roosevelt and Piatt avenues, etc. WHITNEY'S AGEF.CY, 227 Mala Stmt, Fraaklla Square. Real Estate and Insurance mar4d S FOR SALE Cows and Oxen for sale. New load just arrived. JAMES H. HTDE, Telephone. North Franklin, Ct. mar24d AUCTION BY THOMAS HOWE Auctionee Bv ord.'r of the Probate Oi'irt of the Town of Montville, Conn., Morfon E. Fox, Administrator, will be sold the following lots. TIESDA1. MARCH SOTH. 109. beginning at 10 o'clock in the fore noon, to be held on the premises of tiie late George L. Newton, in Uncasville. including: Lot No. 1 Large 15-roora house and lor. Lot No. 2 New market, all modern fixtures, and lot. Lut Nc. 3 New S-room hm re and lot. Lot No. 4 Old house, two acres of land, which may be sold In one parcel cr divided int.- building lots to suit the purchaser. Lot No. 5 Good house, large barn and four acres of land. Lot No. 6 Icehouse, 30x40, and eiht acres of land. Lot No. 7 Ice pond, two acrea of land. Lot No. 8 Complete set of Ice har vesting tcols. Lot No. 9 Two-horse double dump cart. Lot No. 10 Two-horse tehm wagon. Lot No. 11 Two-seated carriage. Lot No. 12 One sleigh. This property is very prettily situ ated on the bunks of tiie Th mes river near trolley and R. R. station, and of fers a very unusual opportunity to anyone desiring a home or a first class in cstmen t. If said day should prove stormy, sale will take piaee the. first fair day fol lowing. mar2.?d F. K. NOYKS Auctioneer AlCTION. I will sell at Public Auction st Tx-b-anon Hi miles north of P. O., on Mon day. March 29. 1909, at 10 a. mr, 'five young cows, one yearling heifer, lot hens and hay. potatoes arid peed corn, and my entire stock of farming tools. Also a quantity of household goods. 1 stormy, sale next fair day. Terms, cash. mai2id ALBERT S. PKCKHAM. Lumber Ti orses I will receive 'SATURDAY morning from the White Mountains forty horses that will cost from $75 00 to J125.00 apiece. These horses are all acclima ted. They have been working bard all winter In the White Mountains In the logging- camps. They are not fat horses but most of the-m are young and cost last fall from $200.00 to $300.00 apiece. Now if you want bargains on horses that will do you lots of good, come to my stables Saturday morning and I will try to do something for you in the line of horses. ' x I have also on hand BO head of the choicest Ohio and Iowa Horses that will be placed on sale. 48. of them ar rived today, as fit as a fiddle, and I'm proud of them. There's a lot of satis faction in knowing- that you've got something better than anyone eise can show. You don't have to point out the fact to the buyers; THEY' CAN .PIB IT. I shall sell these horses for less money than I was able to eret last -week. I'm obliged to. They are typical -Blumejithal horses. I. R. BLUMENTHAL, Harii ord. Ct. Largest Horse Dealer in Connecticut. Tel. 34.10. Est. 1840. mar26d LadiesTravel Miles to come to our store for the bargains In DRESS GOODS. The fact that we buy direct from the manufacturer, saving the middleman's profit. Is being appreciated nioi.i every day. Our cus tomers, get the benefit. May we add your name to our Increasing list T BRADY & SAXT0N, Telephone 806-2. ausl9d NORWICH TOWN. la always found n thia pase. - Read tha small ElSINtSS NEWS dv.rtl.em.nt. carefully. TO RENT. T Rf;"T Desirable S-rcom tene ment on .Maple. St.. inquire W T. YVtl 1 e y , Y. M. C. A.. City; mar::Hd . TO RKMT-At 3 Oak street, nice tenement, either four or seven lbrge rooms, first floor. Apply Mrs. W. M. Vars. h Hobart Avenue. decl4MWF TO RtT Country store; also buy g'od farm. Writs F. K. Collins. Ver non. Conn. mar23d TO RKST OR FOR SAI.K. House on Washington street, 9 rooms and bath, all improvemenTV Inquire of .1. P.rad ford (Bookbinder). 10S Broadway. mar2"d TO RHXT Tenement of six rooms at 55 Franklin St. marled TO REST Fine tenement. No. 7S Boswell live.: modern improvements; rent reasonable. Inquire John I'.. Fan ning. No. 31 Willow St. feb25d FOR REST The premises 52 Wil liams street, lately occupied by Mr. I. P. Tafft; 10 rooms, bath and storage room. Apply to Chas. P. Cogswell. 3$ Lincoln Avenue. febod TO RE.T Suite of rooms suitable for dressmaking, tailoring - or offices. Good location, within 309 feet of Franklin square. Inquire at Bulletla Office. oetJld TO RENT Basement at 65 Franklin street; suitable for tbe paint, plumbing or similar business. mar7d FOR RENT. No. 2:; Waahlnartoa Street. Residence now occupied by the Buck ingham family. Fine yard, excellent location. House has modern conven iences. Possession April 1. 1909. Inquire at premises or of JAMKS L CAF., 4 ffhetuefcet St., Norwich, Ct. marlOd FOR RENT The Page Estate at Norwich Town. One of the most desir able and best located residences in this section. Inquire of WM. &. FITCH, , 233 Lawrence SU New Eaven, Conn. marCOd . 5 I To Rent! : DOUBLE OFFICES S opposite The Bulletin offioe frn Franklin Street. They are x- cellent for dressmaking, tailor- S inj, millinery or other purpose. Inquire at Bulletin Office. FOR SALE. FOR SALE One gray horse. 10 years old; sound in evry rewpect; good work er. Enquire of J. VVuukey, 35 Franklin St. mar24d FOR SAI.K A line old left-hand vio lin with lirand tone for orchestra and dance business. It has recently been put in first class condition by on of the best makers In this conntrv. Apply to B. B. Spicer. Bozr.ih, Ct. mar24d FOR SAI.F, A well established soda bottling business; fully equipped With machinery, bottles and cases. Also horse and three wagons. Will sell cheep if bouaiit at once. Inquire Mrs. Helma Wright Cove St., Citv. marl'd HORSES In pairs and single. Another car load just arrived. Monday. March 22d. I have some nice chunks, business horses and drafters, all well broken, and I am going to sell them: that Is business. Furthermore no dealor In Connecticut can sell horses of the same class cheaper than I can, or will, at the same terms for cash. I will un dersell them all. Come and see ine or telephone. ELMER R. PIERSON. mar22d FOR SALE The Mrs. M. A. Teckham house. 111 Latref Hill Ave , having a frontage of fifty feet and eleven splendid rooms, with bath. Rplendid cclltr. all cemented. House heated with hot air. Nothing- on the market is more con venient or pleasantly arranged for a family. House Is arranged for two families if wanted. Exceptional fine chance to buy a heme. Apply E. A. PRENTICE, marl9d 86 Cliff St. FOR SALE No. 178 West Thames Street The magnificent estate formerly owned and occupied by the late John Mitchell. The property consists of a lot having a frontage of 133 feet and running back to the Thames river, with fine residence of J rooms, a barn, greenhouse and other build ings thereon. Ail In excellent con dition. Will be sold far below its value. Inquire or JAMES L. CASE, 40 Shetucket St., Norwich, Ct. FOR SALE No. 124 MoKinley Ave, COTTAGE Eight Rooms and Bath. Steam heat, electric light. laun dry, modern plumbing. Exterior and Interior of the h iuse have been entirely renetred. Exceptional chance to secure a home In a fine neighborhood. Inquire of JAMES L. CASE, 40 Shetucket St.. Norwich, Ct. R10NEY LOANED on Diamonds. Watches. .'lry and Securities of any kind at the Lowest Rates of Interest. An old established firm to deal wltU. (Established ItiiZ.) TUB COLLATERAL LOAN CO, 1R1 BIhI Street. Upvlnlra. IMPORTANT POETRY. A CLAMMBTTS HINTINC SOJTO. Oh. sing- your songs of the Billy AnI btat, Ur. n-T, will chaaav Of red-clad men who madly race Perspiring up a hill; And flop-eared, dogs rtiat run about A-moutliing savage bays. V Idle some Tone fox among- tha rocks Looks on in mild amaze. Oh. lilt your lays of Utt covered qmil Mid the cover s-matted thorn. And a patiervt dog with un Index tall In pla;e of a h.intsman'e horn. Sing. too. of your sylvan water-hole With paw-prints all about Eut me for the reach of a clammy beach When the tide is running- out! Ye butcher men whose scattering- shot May opread a field with gore, I gain a finer thrill. I wot. In dlgiring on the shore. Your dejjerating. dreadful bangs Ke-echo through a grove; My skilful wrist, my thrust and tirleL Bevtal the treasure-trove. I. too. ran miss my aim as well; It chills one s pulsing blood To pounce upon a noble shell And find it full of mud. When you home-bent are gore-be-rrimod, I'm stained with cleanly dirt; Mm osone sweet up-jshore 1 beat And sing. "Ahoy! They squirt! P. S. They're washed within a tiot And drained until they're whffe. They're covered on a stove that's hot 'Add water half their height). They're done as soon is thty boll up; Oli, Joy too vast to utter! You drink the bouillon from a cup And dip the clams in butter. Burgee Johnson. LOVE'S COXSTAWCY. Oh, if the Htalnlesa rose must droop and die. The sunshine bright fall no more from the sky. And cease t lie soft kisa of the neetafwd breeze. And voice of song be hue-had that cane to please Be gone the summer hours, ao fraught -vith choor. That made a paradise around us here.' Whose absence leaves a deathless mem ory. So glad and aweet. though aad, lo! 11 mav be Still, leava to us amid earth's changing daya, Among the common things to claim our prs Ise, If common, yet, that wear a beauteoua- ness, A grace and charm with wondrous power to bless Oh. leave to us. we pray thee. Lord above, Deep in our hearta the constancy of Love! George Newell Lovejoy. In Touth'a Compafion. . VIEWS AND VARIETIES. Clever Sayings. ; The Lover I love, the true, tha good, the beautiful. The Cynic Three girls? Harper's Baraar. "I'm Just going- to see a man, mv love." "Scotch or Irish Jim, dear.?" New York Press. Hoax Here cornea Borleigh. Io yo know him to apeak to? Joaa Not It I see him first. Philadelp-hla Record. Wife John, mother ia worried haif to death over her affalra. Hub Just like her. Bhe'a alwaya doing tniegs by halves. Boston Transcript. he I consider I am responsible for your business euccess. He Well, you certainly did make it necessary for me to earn more money. If ladies' puffs grow bigger The sign. -Kemove your hats, Will give place in the theaters To "Please remove your rats." Houston Post. "I don't think they would be happy if married." "Whom?" "That Henry Jamea heroine and that Maria Corelll hero." Louisville Courier-Journal. Blobbs Why do you liken Harduppe to the busy bee? He Isn't particularly industrious, Is he? Slobba Oh. nor, it Isn't that, but 'nearly everyone he touches gfcts stung. Philadelphia Record. Jinks Harklns doesn't strike me as literary. Yet he declares that lie nev er feels so comfortable as when he Is snugly eettled in his library. Kinks--Oh. that's not surprising. His hook case is a folding bed. Harper's Week ly. "Is it really true," asked Miss Chel lus. "that you are engaged to Mr. Richley?" "It is," calmly replied Mis Bute. "My!" exclaimed Miss I'hellus. "he was a great catch." "I beg your pardon," replied the other, haughtilj, "catcher." Catholic Standard. Daughter This is my very own pi ano, isn't It. dad? Father Yes. Daughter And when I marry I shall take It with me? Father Yes; but don't tell anyone it might spoil your chances! London Opinion. When the patient called on his doc tor he found the good man In a stale of great apprehension. "I've got ail the symptoms ' of the disease vou have." said ,the doctor. "I'm sure I have caught it from ou." "What arn you so s-red about?" asked tha pa tient. "Why, man," replied the doc tor. "I don't think I tan cure it." Harper's Weekly. MUCH iTTLE- There are ns many dollars of govern ment money deposited in national banks as there are people in the L'm ten iStates. A combined Danish and French sci entific expdition will visit, tha Danish West Indies In an endeavor to deter mine tiie part played by blnod-sucklnif Insects in the spreading of le-prosy. There are not enough captains aril lieutenants liv the American army. Experts now ?ay that the shortage is little short of alarming, and that a, large per cent, of the desertions from the ranks are due to the constant shifting of officers. The Bombay chamber of commerce has disseminated the information that 23 firms of that city have, by unan imous vote, rtfused to accept the new conditions of contract for piece goods sought to be Imposed by Manchester, Eng., manufacturers. The eighth satellite of Jupiter, dis covered at the -Greenwich obeervaforir in January of last year, proves re markable not only fur being- so fsf from the planet, but alao for Its very eccentric orbit, its distance from Ju piter varying from nbout 10.000,000 t 20,000.000 miles. It revolves around the plan.-t In about 26 of our months, Kvery building In Puerto Plata I, roofed with tin or galvanized iron, with the exception of tbe houses of tiie poorer classes, w hich are thatcheit with palm leaves. Koine use the fist tin rooting, with raised or patent seams, but the majority use the cor rugated lteet iron, which Is imported In two sizes, 6 by 2 1-2 feet and t by 2 1-2 feet. This material is uaed ex tensively. not only as roofing, but fof covering the al-ljs of bjjiluinga in plac of weather boards. A rubbef factory is now in full ev eraiion in Suurabaya, Netherlands In dia. The article Is extracted from rubber 'leaves by a chemical vrocesa, Rut It 'takes immense quantities ot the leaves and twigs to be worked oft to reach profitable results. The JJfn cully is to get regular supplies of tha raw material. This has set capilallata at Koui-abaya upon the idea of start lug a like factory close to the source of supply, at Banjermassin, In Dutch Borneo, where gutta-percha trees mrw , plentiful. Money for tha pupoas kU been raised.