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NORWICH BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1911
William H. Bagley, Of Westerly DVged as Government Agent to Upbuild Trade with South America Boston Paper Robs Turkey King of Honors Death of William A. Langworthy in : Florida Havens Children Spirited Away. The National Association of Cotton MaVifacturers la urging he appoint ment of William H. Bagiey of Wester ly a commercial agent of the depart ment of commerce and labor of the United States government, and in the upbuilding of trad "between tlx Unit ed States and South American coun tries. Dr. C. H. J. Woodbury, secre tary of the Cotton Manufacturers' as sociation, has arrtved in Washington to confer with Secretary Nagel in re gard to the appolnment of Mr. Bagiey to succeed W. A. Graham Clark, who recently resigned to become textile ex pert on the tariff board. Dr. Wood bury declare that (Mr. Bagiey Is pecu liarly fitted for the appointment by reason of his wide experience in the South American republics, where he was educated, and because of his ex cellent command of the varied Span ish dialects spoken In South Ameri can centers, as well as the pure Castil ian Spanish. Mr. Barley's candidacy fer the place Is not at his own in jrtaric, but at the earnest request of textile men acquainted with his un usual fitness for the place. The activity of the National Asso ciation of Cotton Manufacturers to ward aecurlnr Mr. Bagley's appoint ment Is another step in the carrying out of a plan formulated at a recent conference of textile manufacturers, at which ft was determined that the South American field, said to possess great possibilities for American trade, should bo canvassed with the end of tsalldlng' up the commerce between th United States and southern coun ties. Tho appointment of an agent o Mr. Bagley's eseibilltles, it is said toy fnaiMitoeturera, would too an Import ant step toward the development of commerce with the southern continent of the western hemisphere. Mr. Bagiey was born in Westerly, tot when young- went with his father, a Rhode Island mill man, to Chili. Where the elder Bagiey established and Quipped the first cotton mill, and re aaaiaed In Chill for eight years. Ha was educated in Chill and Peru, and received additional schooling on his return to the United States. Mr. Bagiey then learned the woolen and cotton manufacturing, and for oene tine was connected with the old Baboock Moss mill in Westerly. Later he served as agent and super intendent of the Middlesex mills at Lovrell. and agent of Cocheon mills at Dover. K. H. H did valuable work for tho Textile school at Lowell while enraged In mill supervision In that dry. He returned to Westerly with his family about two years ago, and reeMes in the Avondale section. There seems to fas persistent effort ofl the part sf certain turkey dealers to rb Horace Voss of the credit of furnlsbjnv tho turkey for the Thanks giving presidential dinner, nhich is aanoyrng to tho Turkey King, espe cially as lis has the autograph letter of vary president from Grant to Taft sal deoantentory evidence in substan tiation of his claim. The object oi tlMss dealers Is to gain prestige for fhsjr stock, by claiming them to be th fceet In the land, the kind that is served at the prosidenit's feast a; Thanksgtvtns;. As a matter of fact, these bird ars presented by Mr. Vose, reared under his supervision, and dressed, prepared and shipped to the president by hhn personally. A Boston newspaper In its report ot the close of the poultry show In that city mads this reference: "James E. Lord of SUmiaarbon, Conn., owner of WHAT IS BEST FOR BABY'S TENDER SKIN Because of its delicate, sanative, emollient properties, united with tha purest of cleaosing ingred ients and most refreshing of flower odon, Cuticura soap is the mother's favorite for preserving and promoting skin and hair health of Infants and children. In the treatment of distressing, disfiguring eruptions, from in fancy to age, no other method is so pure, so sweet, so speedily ef feetire as warm baths with Cuti cura soap and gentle applications of Cuticura ointment. No other costs so little and does so much. lira to But in Westerly INDUSTRIAL TRUST COMPANY Wstrly Branch Capital Thrse Million Dollars Surplus Three Million Dollars Over Fifty Thousand Account. Liberal, courteous and efficient la Its management. Hart Schalfner & Marx Clothes ARE SOLD BT ' I. B. 5 RANDALL CO. 9vl Westerly, R. . Euj Tour Shoes and Hosiery and get a coupon on the Plane to be given away at PURTILL'S "ON THIS BRIDGE." City Pharmacy Try sup los Cream, Beds snd Col legs I sea while waiting for your car. IS Canal St.. Westerly. R. L Established 10I. Harold I Wells, O. D.. Optometrist, retentive vision corrected by the prop r adjuetment of lenses. Room 9, Pot-tar-Lancwerihy Block. Westerly. R. T t on a lb Twe tven-teom teitages. altunted In different parts of the compact part of Westerly, K. I., each having: to foot street front, and both having; vacant lnd arllolnme; that can be aacured at reasonable prices If a purchaser d-mr-j. Both having; heat, electrio Hsrhia modern plumbing. Inspection invited. F'raak W. Coy Heal Batata Ce febUd Westerly, R. I. HEAVY AND LIGHT HARNESS I aUDB BT HASP, Haad Made Werfc la Oar Specialty. Whips and all Harness Supplies Car. Had la stecH. Faotory Made Harness In atoclc ak lit and so. ar. x. .cbdks. , JRmtv4 ta 44 Wast Jlroaa CUsst, the big turkey, Dan Amos, daddy of all the bulky turkeys sent to President Taft. at Thanksgiving time, refused several tempting; offers for Dan. smil ingly turning' them down. This splen did 46 pound bird will probably be one of the features at next year's show." Mr. Vose takes exception! and de clares that the autograph letter of President Taft, In which is stated that the turkey sent by Mr. Vose was to serve as the Thanksgiving dinner, is proof sufficient on that point. Mr. Vose adds that Don Amos was not the daddy of that bird, or the daddy, of any of the other birds that were served on the presidential table at Thanksgiving dinner. He declared that statements such as that from, the Boston press was all buncombe. William A. Lanqworthy, a resident of Westerly, died in Daytona, Fla., in his 90th year. It was his custom to spend the summer season at Watch Hill and the winter In tho south. He was born in Hapkinton, and at the age of 21 began the study of architecture with the late Peleg Clarke of Westerly, and became a partner of (Mr. Clarke in the carpenter and building trade. In 1845 he entered into the same line of business with his brother, Henry, un der the firm name of W. & H. Lang worthy, of New York city, and was very successful. He is survived by a sou. Dr. William P. Langworthy of New York city. He was a member of the First Seventh Day Baptist church in Hopkinton. The body will be brought to Westerly lor burial. Local Laconics. Mrs. Sarah Potter, widow of Samuel Potter, is seriously ill at her home in Pearl street. Michael Burke la critically ill at the home of his sister, Mrs. Michael Hig gins, in West Broad street. Charles B. Lawton is making a grad ual recovery from injuries received by falling through a trap door in the store of A. D. Miner. Mr. Lawton Is 83 years old. A branch of the Lehigh Valley Silk company of Bethlehem. Pa-, is to lo cate in the brick mill In Main street, owned by the Atwood Machine com pany of Stonington. Rev. Dr. John Neale, rector of St. Michael's church, will be one of the speakers at the golden anniversary ob servance of St. Mary's T. A. B. society in Norwich this (Wednesday) evening. "Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Perry, who re turned from their "wedding tour Tues day, will hold a reception at their home next Tuesday. Many invitations to the event have been sent out to friends. Miss Sadie M. Evan of Mt. Vernon, N. Y., graduate of Westerly Hign school, class of 1902, is now a profes sional entertainer and impersonator. She has assumed the stage name of Maiguerette Adams. Senator Arnold and Representatives Langworthy and Murphy, although op posed to the election of Henry F. Lip pltt, have in common with the other legislatore been invited to the Lippitt dinner at the Squantum club Thurs day. Mrs. Robert Havens, whose husband was taken to Newport, Saturday, to answer an old complaint for non support, returned to Pawcatuck Tues day for her two children, who were left with her husband's parents while sh? went to Newport to testify against her husband. She has not teen able to locate the children, and unles they are produced legal action for their recov ery will he instituted. STONINGTON Arm Fractured by Fall Informing Pa pers Read Before Tavel Club Pe quot Council's Installation. Rev. Charles J. Mason is confined to his home by illness. George W. Haley is able to be about after an attack of blood poisoning. AV. J. Winters of Boston was in town Tuesday. Mrs. Jennie Brown of Cannon square Is visiting in Hartford. Fractured Arm. Mrs. E. Smith of Water street, whi'e going down cellar one day this week, slipped and fell on a stick, fracturing her arm. T. W. House of Worcester- was in the borough Tuesday. George A. Bliss is the guest of Mrs. Nathan Brewster at Norwich. Travel Club Meets. The Travel club helds its regular session Tuesday afternoon. The par pers on Queen Elizabeth by Mrs. James Carson were greatly enjoyed, as were the subjects covered by Mrs. Henry R. Palmer on Edmund Spencer. Sir Phil ip Raleigh and Sir Philip Sidney. A large number attended. Chief Teed was in Providence on Tuesday. R. A. Installation. The installation of officers of Peouot council. No. 442. R. A., took place Mon day evening. There was a large at tendance. The reports of the year showed the organization had paid fn to the Ward benefit fund $121,lfl7.4-2. Amount paid to beneficiaries $153,500, on the death of 54 members. The aver age amount pnJd in by deceased mem bers was J 577.43. Most of those who died were in full rate of $3,000. Total paid by those who died was $31,181.48. The local membership numbers 123. The meeting was the 141st of the coun cil. The officers were installed bv Grand Regent Carlton E. Hoadlev as grarod regent, and K. B. Hollaway of Mllford, acting as grand guide. The work was done in a most pleasing manner. The regent chamberlain ap pointed the following committees: Au diting, Dr. C. E. Brayton, Dr. J. TT. Weeks, Thomas Wilkinson; finance. K B. Hinckley, O. A. Koelb. F. L. V. Bur flick. The appetizing collation includ ed salad, sandiwices, coffee, ice cream and cake. Several short addresses were made during the evening bv Brother Holloway, Dr. C B. Brayton, and Grand Secretary Hoadley. Engagement Announced. The engagement of Harry H. Doty and Miss M. Lillian Brayton is an nounced. Class Pin Selected. At a meeting of the Stonington High school Monday a class pin was decided upon for the class of '11. It wiil be a ring of gold, cointaining a triangle in which will be set the class year, and the initials S. H. S. will be on the. rim. The color scheme is gold and crimson. Has Norwalk Contract. Alex P. Loper, who has been install ing the new fire alarm system in South Norwalk, has nearly completed th-j larga contract, and has just taken there nine boxes to be tiaed in the ' tern. vlr. Lopcr's system is being used in all the large cities. T. F. Holmes of New London was hers Tuesday. Bridgeport. Declaring that the abuse of the transfer system in vogue in the local street railway service had cost ths company approximately $15,000 during the past year, Supt. Charles II. Chapman, in charge of the local di vision, announced Monday that an en tirely, new method would be intro duced. MYSTIC , Sewing Circle Entertained Death of Edwin Cranda 1 1 Mrs. Ksts Ken , dall's Body Arrivss from Georgia Birthday Surprise Visit. Mrs. William P. Bostwick entertain ed the sewing circle of the social de partment of the Epworth league at her home Tuesday afternoon and at 5 o'clock supper was served to about 20 of its members. Those present- were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoder, Miss Amos Hancox, Miss Mary Brooks. Mrs. Elmer Hold redge. Mrs. William Duncan, Miss Mabel Duncan. Mrs. John McWillianis Miss Margaret Boothman, Mr. Otis A bell. Miss Ruth Abell. Miss Viola Berry. Miss Dorothy Prudy. Miss Lila T"ougl;is. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Tay lor. Mrs. Alonzo Collis and Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Bostwick. Edwin Crandall's Death. Word was received in town Tuesday morning of the death of Edwin Cran dall of New York, a former resident of this place. Eeside a widow, a son. a daughter and three brothers, John ana Courtland Crandall of New York and Col. Charles T. Crandall of Mystic sur vive. Burial of Mrs. Kate Kandall. The body of Mrs. Kate Kendall who died in Albany, Ga.. at the age of SO was brought to Mystic for burial on Monday afternoon in Elm Grove cem-eterj-. Her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rust of Albany accompanied the body.' She was a former resident of Mystic and is re membered by the older residents. Surprise for Mrs. Wilcox. Mrs. George I. Wilcox was surprised Tuesday afternoon wjien about "thirty friends called to celebrate her birth day. Mrs. Wilcox who had been at tending a meeting in the afternoon re turned to find that the party had taken possession and gave the house up to the intruders. Games were played and a fine supper was served. The affair waS a complete success the credit to the efforts of Mrs. Nellie Lord. Mrs A. B. Minnie. Mrs. Dennison Davis and Miss Lizzie Hunter. Golden Cross Installation. The meeting of the United Order Golden Cross was held In its rooms Tuesday evening when the following officers were installed by the deputy from Stonington: Commander. Dr. M. L. Smail; vice commander, Mrs. Jen nie S. Fairbrother; worthy prelate Mrs. Teresa Hill: keeper of records. Mrs. Mary E. Dickerson;- financial keeper of records, Mrs. J. J. Davis; treasurer, J. Henry Hill; worthy Her ald. Mrs. Emma Lamphere; warder of inner gate, Mrs. Lucy J. Kretzer; warden of outer gater, Frank Mabbitt; past noble commander, Alfred Har rington. After the Installation re freshments were served and a social time enjoyed. Miss Mae McCarthy has returned from a month's visit in New Britain. Miss Anna Thresher of Norwich is spending a few days in town. Miss Lois Fells and William Fells have returned to Norwich after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rock. COLCHESTER. Death of Livingstone Lewis, a Des cendant of the Mohegan Indians Grange Installation. Colchester lodge. No. 30, A. O. XJ. W. held a meeting Tuesday evening. Colchester grange met Tuesday evening when the installation of offi cers was held. After the work a sup per was enjoyed. Village Club's Meeting. The Village club will meet at the home, of Misses Elizabeth and Sarah Bigelow on South Main street this (Wednesday) evening. The t'hatauqua society held a meet ing at Misses Elizabeth and Sarah Bigelow' Monday afternoon. Louis II. Baldwin of New Haven was calling on friends here Monday. Miss Eleanor Strong, who is teacV ing in Columbia w?.s the guest of her mother on South Main street ovei Sunday. Charles DeWolf of Gardner lake was in town Monday. Richard A. Day of Salem was a caller in town Monday. S. H. Miner of East Haddam was here Monday. ' Descendant of Mohegan Indians. Livingstone Lewis died' at his home on Norwich avenue Monday morning. He was over SO years old. He was a descendant of the Mohegan tribe of Indians, his mother being Indian and father a negro. He has resided in this town nearly ail his life. He has been a sufferer with rheumatism for the past few years and was unable to do any work. He is survived by his wife. 'arroll E. Staples returned to his home in town Sunday from Waterfnrd where he is working at the carpentcr'.s trade. Edward C. Smith who is working in Middletown was with his family on Elmwood Heights over Sunday. Peter J. Lappee of Scot Hill was in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Peck and child of Westchester were at Mrs. Peck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith on Linwood avenue over Sun day. ArtemiiB F. Roper was the guest of his daughters in Eost Haddam Mon day. Dr. J. M. Klein was in Middletown Monday. Mrs. - Fred A. Chamnan and Miss Flora Treadway werg recent callers in Willimamic. Mrs. Abraham Elgart was visiting relatives in Deep River Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wiley were guests of friends in Boston over Sunday. Mrs. Patrick F. Cavanaugh spent Sunday with relatives in Middletown. y WOANK Methodist Sunday School's Gift to Superintendent Hill Whist Fol lows Business Meeting of Q. B, S. At the recent social given in the parlors of the Methodist Episcopal church, the pastor. Rev. C. S. Hatch on behalf of the Sunday school pre sented a handsome gold Masonic pin to the Sunday school superintendent, Dr. W. H. Hill of appreciation for the ten years in which he has served the church. Airs. Elizabeth Hurst of Cove street is spending a short vacation with friends in New Haven and Bridge port. Mrs. Melville Daboll of Davis Court is visiting in New London. Charles H. Smith is in Hartford. Mrs. John Lamb was a social caller in New London Tuesday. Lyle Chesebro has returned from Hartford where he has been employed. Mrs. James McDonald was in New London recently. Whist Followed Business. There was a large attendance at the ruOOdl Sarsaparilla Cures all humors, catarrh and rheumatism, relieves that tired feeling, restores the appetite, cures paleness, nervousness, builds up the whole system. Get it today in usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsatubs. 5 IRS Is Free Stamp Day u o Final Clearance OF REMAINING WINTER STOCKS Women's Coats, Suits, Dresses, Furs and Fur Coats AT MOST DECISIVE REDUCTIONS. Group of Women s Coats in fine Black Broadcloths, Kerseys and Fancy Mix tures, formerly $20, $25, $30 - - - Assortment of Smart Tailored Suits, in cluding many new advance Spring mod els, actual $25, $30, $35 values Balance of our stock of Silk, Chiffon and Serge Dresses, . Formerly $20, $25, $30 -' - - - Fur Neckpieces and Muffs in all, the fashionable and reliable Furs, now at HALF FORMER PRICES. Greatest Reductions Ever Made on Fur Coats PONY COATS, were $45, Now $27.50 PONY COATS, were $65., Now $39.50 SEAL COATS, wers $100., Now $62.50 MARMOT COATSj were $75., Now $45.00 MARMOT COATS, were $85., Now $55.00 CONEY COATS, were $39.50, Now $25.00 This Sale will continue until every Coat, Suit and piece of Fur is sold, as we do not carry any goods over from one season to tho next. 121125 iMain Street. The Leading Store in Eastern Connecticut devoted exclusiv eiy to Men's, Women's and roc meeting of the American Benefit so ciety Monday evening. After the meet ing whist was enjoyed. Mrs. Laws is ill with grip at her home on Pearl street. Miss Helen Miner has returned to her home in Waterford after spending a short time here with Mrs. Warren Wilcox on High street. Miss Marion West of Westerly call ed on friends in the village Tuesday. Melville Marshall of New Haven was a business caller heres Tuesday. Miss Hattie Weaver was a social caller in Jvew London recentljT. Brief State News New Canaan. The water board has voted to meter large consumers of water such as livery stables, garages, etc. Guilford. Leroy M. Johnson, the new secretary of the T. M. C. A., has arrived and is in charge of the asso ciation. Milford. During the past few weeks the number of ret cats has been great ly reduced, owing to the vigilance of two dogs evidently bent on complete FIRST DOSE MAKES INDIGESTION GO Heartburn, Gas, Dyspepsia and All Misery Caused by an Out-of Order Stomach Vanishes Before You Realize It Just a Little Diapepsin Will Make You Feel Fine. If your meals don't fit comfortably, or you feel bloated after eating and you believe it is the food which fills you; if what little you eat lies like a lump of lead on your stomach; if there is ciim.'uliy in breathing after eaiing, eructations of sour, undigested food and acid, heartburn, brash or a belch ing of gas, you can make up your mind that you, need something to stop food fermentation and cure Indigestion. To make every. bite of food you eat aid in the nourishment and strength of your body, you must rid your Stomach of poisons, e:scssnive tacid and stomach gas which sours your entire mi?.l interferes with digestion and causes so many sufferers of Dys pepsia, Sick Headache. Eirnusne.-e, Constina'.i m, Griping, etc. i'our case is no different you are a. stomach sufferer, though you may call it by UY Before the good values are gone. All odds and ends must go. It is, not the fur niture's fault, we need the room for new de signs. Odd pieces of furniture and ends of carpets are profit eaters as long as they stay in our store. Come and take them away ; we will make it worth your while. The Big Store with the Little Prices SGHlfJARTZ BROS., Horns Furnishers 9-11 WATER ST. Tel. 965 OI Win u o o n c Children's Wearing Apparel extermination. No less than twenty cats have been killed. Norwalk. The city of Norwalk now has an ample supply of water in it; reservoirs, and the streams which feeo them are running high. Hartford. Rev. Henry Modd, pastor of the North Methodist "church, has re ceived a call from the Mothodisl church in Southampton, L. I. Waterbury. 'During the past year the twenty cigar manufacturers of this city made 2.658,250 cigars, an increase of 355,375 over the output of 1909. East Hartford. The first annua" poultry show of the East Hartforc Poultry club opened Tuesday ai Comstock hall. There are nearly 40' entries. v New Britain. Ex-Councilman Wal ter H. Hart, family and sister-in-law Miss Bertha Chamberlain, left Frida for Lake wood. N. J., where they wil remain indefinitely for Mr. Hart's health. Ansonia. An increase in the amount of business at the postal savings bar.I has been noted the past few days, dm to the fact that depositors will get in terest on their money commencing Feb. 1. some other name: your real and on!;, trouble is that which you eat docs no. digest. .it quickly ferments and sours producing almost any unhealthy con dition. A case of Pape's Diaocrsin will cos fifty cents at any Pharmacy here, anO will convince any stomach suilerei f-'3 mSnutgs after, taking a sin alt dose that Fermentation and Sou: Stomach js causing the misery of Iu digestion. No matter if you call your trouble Catarrh of the Stomach, Nervousness or Gastritis, or by any other name always remember that a certain euro is waiting at finy drug store the mo ment you decide to begin its use. Pape's Diapepsin will regulate any out of order Stomach within five minutes, and digest promptly, without any fuss or discomfort all of any kind of food you eat. MOW $10.50 $18.50 g 1151 1 n I Esse! Dry Cleaner and Dyer 157 Franklin St. SUITS PRESSED 50c Our Wagon Calls Everywhere dec30d , MISS M. C. ADLES, Heir caip and Facs SpBCisUst THE TOUCH OF AN EXPERT is required to make present hair styles suitable to individual features. Miss A dies knows how to remedy nature's defects and make even homely women attractive. See what sh can do for you! In Norwich entire week of Jan. 23d. NORWICH Wauregan House. NEW YORK 210 West 111th St. Telephone 704. jan23MWF $6.59 $6.59 $6.59 What is the use of being cold when you can buy a Buffalo Montana Robe at $6.50 which is absolutely windproof. waterproof and mothproot? A Robe worth three times the price. We have a limited number for this season. There is none genuine without the Diamond Trademark. A few good bargains left in Street and Stable Blankets. THE L. L. CHAPMAN CO., Bath Street. Norwich, Conn. jan21daw A Suggestion For...' She prospective piano buyer. Ii car.no! barm you fo call at... Yerrington's 49 Main Streel And it may bene.it yon Tel 70S-12. Announcement for 1911 The Fanning Studios, 11 ttiliotv 51. vvould respectfully call attention to the Wall Papers we carry and the work men we have to do our work. We can assure the public of a fine grade of labor and the very best patterns and designs in our 1911 Wall Papers. We can quote specially low prices for work complete, or w ill be pleased to sell the paper if you have any regular firm to do your work. dec2Sd WM. F. BAILEY (Successor to A. T. Grjrdnerl Hack, Livery and Boarding: Stable 12-14 Bath Street. HORSE CLIPPING A SPECIALTY. AUTOMOBILE TO RENT. Telephone 833. apr25d ndividuali Is What Counts h Pliolography. Bringing out the real personalis the finb joints in character, the little iraits tliat make us what wo ar Toned down by the nstui&l spirit of n artist into "perfect accortt. Not a ;h!ng of paper snd pasteboard wlta A ready-made look. If you want a photo of your retJ elf, or what your friends" ee to lova nd admire, call on LA I Q 11 TON, The Photographer, opposite Norwich Savings Society aueiSd Building ARE TOU THINKING OF DOING THIS ? If so you should consult with ma and set prices for same. Excellent work at reasonable prices. C. M. WILLIAMS, General Contractor and Builder, 213 MAIN STREET. Phone 370. Janlid 1647 Adam's Tavern 1861 offer to the public the finest standard brands of Beer of Europe and America. Bohemia? Pilsner, Culmbach Bavarian Beer, Bass- Pale and Burton, Mueir Scotch Ale, Guinness" Dublin Stoat. C & C. Imports.! Ginger Ale, Bunker Hill P. B. Ala, Frank Jones' Nourish ing Ale, Sterling Bitter Ale, Anheuaer Budweiser, S.-lit and Pa bat. A. A. ADAM, florwicn Town. Telephone 447-S Jyt2d Rose Bowling Alleys, LUCAS HALL, 43 Shatucket Street. i J. C. CTONA frit TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. TO NEW YORK NORWICH LINE The water way tho eomtortabla way of traveling. Steamers City of Lowell and Chea ter W. Chapin safe, staunch veaaela that have every comfort and convan ience lor the traveler. A delightful voyage on Loi Island Sound and ft superb view of the won derful skyllno and waterfront ot New Tork 1 Steamer leaves New Ixmdon at 11 !. m. weekdays only; due Pier 'ot of East 22d Street 6.45 a. m. (Mondays excepted) and Pier 40. North River. 7 a. m. Fare Norwich lo New Tork SI-75 Write or telephone W. J. PHILLIPS, Agent. New London. Conn. augSd All Water Route TO New Yopti CHELSEA LINE Fare $1.00 Unexcelled freight and passen ger service direct to and from Isew York. All Outside Staterooms. Prom Norwich Tuesdays, Thurs days. Sundays, at 5.15 p. m. New York, Pier 22, East River, foot Roosevelt Street, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, at 6 p. m. 'Phone or write for folder. P. S. Freight received until 5 p. m. C. A. WTTTTATC-RR. Atrent. CLARK'S GRAINB Tl DAYS TRIP BY SPECIALLY RESERVED MAMMOTH S. S. ARABIC (16.000 tons) Feb. 4. from N. T. 8400 upward Includes shore tuverytning- IIU LM I Trios. Guides, Strictly FhstUniLll 1 Trlves. Class. Fees. Ktc. THE GRANDEST OF ALL WINTER TRIPS. Including MADE3IRA, rnlllrr SPAIN. ALGIERS, l.nlllSr GREECE, TURKEY. THE UIIUIS"- HOI.T LAXTJ. EGYPT. THE KILE, ITALY, TH 3 RIVIERA. ETC. BOUND WORLD AND SO EUROPE TOURS. FRANK C. CLARK, Times Buildlnc. New York BERMUDA MOST BEAUTIFTTTj SPOT IN THE WORXJD. ESLWm. from NEW YORK BY THE MAGNIFICENT FAST MAIL. Twin Screw S. S. "Oceana" 14,000 Tons Displacement; R.000 Tons Register; 535 Feet Long;; 55 Feet Beam; 38 Feet Deep; WIreloss Telegraph; Eilsre Keels; Submarine Signals. LARGEST, FASTEST AND. MOST LUX URIOUS STEAMER TO BERMUDA. FIRST CLASS ROUND TRIP FARE, in cluding Stateroom Berth and Meals, S2r HI, FINEST CUISINE ON THE ATLANTIC. Special trips, including: Carriage Drives. Launch Trips, numerous Shore Excursions, and Best Hotel Accommo dation for Kifrbt Day, 923 in addition to steamship fare. Booklet and full particulars of BERMUDA-ATLANTIC LINE, 290 BKOADWA? N. Y. . FiftE TEETH redeem homely features. POOR TEETH are a blemish to beauty. Wa make plain faces comely and enhance beauty by our expert skill remember I EXPERT SKILl in bettering natural teeth airfl making the other kind. KING DENTAL PARLORS Dr. JACKSON, Mgr. 'Franklin Sq. Norwich M. HOURIGAN Complete Home Furnisher FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Norwich and Jewett City dec2Sd Spring Season will soon ha here. Time to think o your WALL PAPERS and DECORA TIONS. We have them in all grades and prices. We are now taking advance orders for Painting-, Paperhunging and Dec orating.. p. f. murtagh; 92 and 94 West Alain Street. Telephone. -JanCd 1D1E. TAFT, Palmtat and Clairreyaat. New London. Conn., up State St. tv Washington, down Washington to TIN ley St. US Waihinaton. dec5d THEBK Is no advertising medium t Eastern- Connecticut equal to Tba BaN leliji fee 'business results.