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KoawicH cuaETirj, f riqay, i:ay. 2s, 1911
OSLER RIGHTj YOUTH '
Cray Hair la Firat Sign of Ago,
Harm leas Remedy - Reatorea. to. Nat
ural Celer. ,;; -' ' :"f-J
"-, Oaler isa't the only man who turns
down oM as;e. iln the business worle
the "June man'' is always the one
who Ticks the plums. It is an age of
"new thought," "new talent' etc., and
the ! man is passed by -in the raee.
' On ef the first signs of coming; age
is the appearance ot gray hairs. When
you see them, act promptly. Wjeth'a
Sae and Sulphur Hair. Bemedyr will
correct this sign, which so often de
ceives people into thinking that age
is. really upon them. It is a well
known fact that Sase and Sulphur, will
darken the hair. Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur combines these old-time rera
ediee with other asents, which re
move dandruff and promote the growth
of the hair. ' .
The manufacturers of this remedy
authorise the drugsists to sell It un
der guarantee that the money will be
refunded If it fails do exactly as
This preparation is offered to the
public at fifty cents a bottle, and is
recommended and sold by all drug
fists. MURPHY & McGARRY,
2177 Main Streat
Wm mthtmrUam mxaclly as It la
i Summer clothes ought to
be as well made as winter
clothes. Ours are.
They're hand-tailored, ' and vt sell
them to our friends and anybody else
who knows need stuff.
Cpeoial new styles for young men
-he know what's correct.
Suits $12.00 and up.
Come in and look at the new
SHAPE-MAKER Suit It's something
new in clothes making.'
The "Hawes" Hat at $3.00.
Straw Hats $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and
$3.00. ' - '
The Home of Hart . Schaffner & Marx
- fine .clothes..-..
Light and comfortable ...
j ficcd Chairs
Latest Willow styles, with cretonne
cushions, very unique and attractive,
Very popular, made of heavy duck,
tanor ferest green, fitted with Nation
al Wire Spring Mattress, making a
comfortable bed for out-of-door sleep
ing. "Crex" Matting
1 yard, V2 yards, 2. yards wide, in
the popular green and new brown col
orings. D. S. GILBERT
i37-141 Haiii Street
Br.F. W. ESIHS, Benlb!
Shannon BwMelina Annex. Reem
Telephone B2i sctlOd
TWfJ. mvertl-!nc medium la I
letic tvr busrns resulia.
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Held ith HaHe Club Members, Six'Clubs Being Repre
sented Election of Officers and ReportST-Entertain--...jment
at Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Attending the 21st trinual .r.eunlou
of the Connecticut Association, of Wo
men Workers, which met" here on
Thursday with the Haile club. deie.
gates from six girls clubs in different
cities of the state participated in a
round of' activities which grave thein
a "most" favorable impression of- the
Rose of New England from the several
aneles at which they were able to view
it:, lArrivins in. the. latter part of the
morminsr. they were met at the tra-ins
by the Haile club committee, and wel
comed with largc-hsarted hospitality
at . the " club rooms, where they hud
luncheon before proceeding . to the
opening; 'of the business session in the
early part of the afternoon.
In the Line ef Entertainment.
"When the business was over, they
were treated to a car ride in a spe
cial trolley over, the Yfantic line, the
prettiest route in the city, they had
Stiss ic. maud smith,
their pictures taken in a group on the
Town hail steps, they were given a
fine suprerat the Haile club restau
rants, and "they wound up the day
with the evening meeimi! at Y. M. C.
A. half, where the Haile club girls
presented a special entertainment to
the pleasure of .their guests. About 50
delegates experienced the delightful
hospitality of Norwich homes, re
maining over night and being enter,
tained by the Haile club members.
Miss Benjamin in Charge.
In general charge of the details
vhich contributed to the comfort of
the delegates and the success of the
reunion was the Haile club directress,
JTiss Oraee S. Benjamin, who had an
able corps of assistants in the com
mittees for the dar. The club rooms
we:'e attractive in the'r decorations 'of
cut flowers, lilacs and other floral
pieces, and the club color, blue, was
shown h;- the ribbons worn by the va
rious workers.. .... ;
T A Wise Precaution
Is taken every day by thousands
of sagacious housewives.' They
save themselves labor, insure per
fect cleanliness and expel disease
from ' their -homes by adding a
tablespoonful of that wonderful
germicide and "Liquid Cleanli-
to every pail of water, which they
. use in making their homes clean
Besides" lessening their' labor
ne-half -and cleaving better this
wonderful-antiseptic djspels and
kills au .germs of . disease and"
makes the homes in which it is
used delightfully refreshing and
Sold only in yllow pficknpe? hy tfrvQglttt nitd
teritt'Tg. 10c... iae.,50c.. Te. end $1.00. Be
ware of tmuations.
Tore? Building, 14 Medtord Street
SAWYER CRYSTAL BLUE CO., Selling Agtm.
88 Broad Street, Boston, Man.
Chain and Pendant
$1.50 to $2.00 each
The Plaat-Caddsn Co.,
Jewelers and Silversmiths.
PLAUT - CADDEN BUILDING
is close by.
Are you ready "with' Clm
era and Supplies for use on
that day ?
v If not you can find wha
you need at "
THKRK is- n asvemamg useilluin ta
tetin f&r business reaitlte.
i The committee work began at the
trains, where the following- net the
arrivmsf oejesates: .'Hrs. t. L.. 1-ar-rell.
Mis? Susan I. Gallup, Miss Mary
Kane, Miss Alice St e venae n and Miss
Eltie Fillmore. At the club rooms the
following reception committee was on
Miss Mary Kane, Miss Lida Caley.
Miss Mary B. Sheridan, Miss Jean
Jackson. Mrs. William Camp Lanman,
Miss Mary Richards, Miss Anna
Schwartz. Miss May Riordan, Miss
Beatrice Kdmondscn, Miss Mary Dun.
derdale. iiss 'JUlla K.irby, Miss Brid.
get Moran. Mrs. Daniel S. Haviland,
Mrs. Oscar Lowman,- Mrs. Nelson G.
Taitor, Miss Louise Howe.
Delegates and Visitors.
Among, the seventy delegates and
visitor present were the. following;,
representing six out of town clubs:
New Britain Working. Girls' club:
President, M's Mary 3. Pease; treas
urer, Miss Annie L. Copley; secretary.
Miss Anna Webber; and the Misses
Elizabeth Greta Brown, Neliie J. Tar
rant, "Josephine O'Brien, Florence
Winchester, Margaret Bailey, Kather
ine A. Gun.her.
Alpha club,. New Haven: Mrs. W.
D. Mossan, president, manager, Mrs.
Ij.' S. Graves; secretary, -S?!ss Marjorie
Creegan; councillors, t-aullne Curtze,
Caroline Hochna; delegates. Miss Julia.
Birdstrom Miss Bertha Avery, Miss
Violet club, New Haven: Presi
dent, Miss Emeline Street; Miss Sadie
Callahan: councillors. .Miss Sadie Cal
lahan and Miss Nellie Calne and Mrs.
Naucatuck Working- "Girls' club:
Miss Gertrude Whittemore, councillors,
Miss T. M. Tuttle and Miss Harriet
Miner, delegates; Miss Cella. Ahn. sec
retary; Miss Martha Clifford, "assistant
secretary, and Mrs. J. H. Whittemore.
Women's Industrial club. Derby:
Miss Elizabeth Beardsley and Miss
Mazie Brandon, councillors.
Waterbury Instutt of Crafts and In
dustry: -President. Miss Anna Ward:
superintendent. Miss Elhl Scatchard;
assistant director, Miss Hayden.
Miss Smith Unable to Attend.
It was a matter of regret to the
workers that Miss K. Maud Smith ot
Naugatuck, who was elected vice pres
ident a year aax. was prevented from
attending through illness. She has
ueen acting president during must of
the year, since !Miss Helen Davison of
New Britain, who was elected presi
dent, married and moved to another
The business part of the reunion be
gan about 2.30 with a meeting of the
councillors, who are the club superin
tendents and leaders. They re-elected
the old board, and the nominating
committee prepared the list of officers
fo be presented before the directors
for election at a meeting to be held
about 6 o'cIocK.
The regular business meeting of the
state association was called to ordtr
in the Haile club halt shortly after 3
o'clock, with the secretary, Miss Eme
line Street of New Haven, as chair
ma nin the absence of the acting pres-
if ' '
MISS GRACE S. BENJAMIN,
Directress Haile Club.
ident, Miss K. Maud Smith of Naug
atuck. Miss Ethel Scatchard of Wa
terbury was secretary pro tern.
With Miss Susan L Gallup at the
piano the - Connecticut Association
song, to the tune of Lauriger Hora
tious, was sng standing, and all join
ed in the Lord s -prayer. The roll; eall
was responded to by the delegates ris- I
ing to be counteJ When the name.of
their clab was teachad. The follow
ing were the clubs responding: Wa:
terhury Institute, of Craft and Indus
try. Inc.: Women's Industrial club,
Derby; -Violet club and Alpha club,
Ntw Haven; Naugatuck Working
Girls' club; Haile club, and New Brit
ain Working Girls' club.. The regu
lar delegates numbered 59, and vis
itors present made the total attend
ance close tt 75.
i - Welcome to Visitors.
The formal welcome from the Haile
club was heartily given by Mrs. Will
iam C lanman, who told the dele
gates that they would be received with
the warmest hospitality and every
thing would be done for their enter-
MISS MART B. SHERIDAN, 1
President Haile Club.
talnment and to make them remember
this convention which was the first
that the Haile club has had the op
pertunity of entertaining. She went
on to speak ef the beginnings of the
Haije club- with 47 .members and now
orie,: of the' largeat viils' clubs. Its
beginning in hei- mind, she said, had
been with-tU jdea of grvlng the girls
of tfie city a pleasant time and a
chance to learn useful, branches under '
proper Influences and guidance, and
she felt, that the gWs had shown their
ardent : apjreeiatiii'ioS this endeavor
and 'She lieyalolysrltion of every
girl of every natiewfiity had been the
cause of every success that it had at
tained. She "spoke of the great in
fluence of woman's. life in. the .werld,
stirring a burst of applause when she
sa.id that - without goetl girls. god
W!vc, good mothers and .. good eld
maids, ' the world would all fall to
29-31 SHETUCKET STREET
pieces. A -good woman was the most,
powerful -influence an earth, and what
makes a man happy is a happy home
and a good wife, which was one of the
things these girls' clibs were accom
plishing, and she urged the girls to
take every advantage that the clubs
offered to make them noble, good
women. Her earnest words evoked
enthusiastic applause. s
Work ef Miss Corcoran. :
The response was by Miss Anna
30 x 3
.$53. 2 (j
. . ; . ..$53.85
. . . ...$62.65
. . . . ..$75.15
34 x sy3
36 x 3i
' 30 x 4
34 x 4
36 x 4
" 36 x y2
38 x A.y2
3G x 5 -(37
37 x 5'y
TUBES AT SAME LOW PRICE
DR. TKCIiAS JEFFERSON KINJ ,
Premier Painless Dentist, oriel-
Hater ef the King Safe System ef
Painless Pentistry. Which makes
all denial operations painless.
DP. JACKfWM, Manager.
Ward, president of the Waterbury In
stitute of Craft and Industry, who
spoke of the great pleasure it gava
the clubs to' meet-here and thanked
the Haiie club for the enthusiastic re
ception they had been given. Ad
dressing" a word particularly to the
Norwich people she told them of tho
way Miss Julia Corcoran came to be
unanimously chosen womaln factory
inspector, and she ?aid that Norwich,
(Continued on page eight.)
Ours ... $30.99
Ours. . . $56.00
Always on Hand
NO HIGH PRICES
; PAINLESS EXTRACTION
teeth extracted and fillai painlessly
for the most nervous and delfcate
people. Sr. King's method is the enly
iiBuiiu si:ien(:e. run set teem ana
with the Natural Gums; Geld
' .Criwn and ICriifcn WnrV In Cn A
,"?r :FilHns-a il. i.
King Dental Parlors,
At Speci2l Prices
ALL OU FINE DRESS HATS ARE
REDUCED IN PRICE AS FOLLOWS:
At $ 5.00 Hats that were $ S.SO
At $ 7.50 'Hats that were 10.0
At S 9.50 Hats that were $18.59
At $12.50 Hats that were 1,50
Are In Progress
The Special Sale ol
THIS IS THE MOST COMPREHEN.
SIVE OFFERING OF KITCHEN
UTENSILS AND ARTICLES OF
HOUSEHOLD UTILITY THAT WE
HAVE EVER MADE.
BE SURE AND VISIT OUR
KITCHEN WARED EPARTMENT
DURING THIS SALE. AT THE
PRICES QUOTED, VALUE8 ARC
BETTER THAJJ WE HAVE EVE
BEFORE BEEN ABLE TO OFFER.
SUPPLff YOUR NEES IN K ITCH
EN WARE NOW, . WHILE THE OP
PORTUNITIES FOR SAVINGS ARE
Tbe May "Dscsedesskj"
Saie of Dtaestics, Etc.
Every item offered in this
sale is at an actual redac
tion from oar regaiar
prices. Note these sample
At 5c 4-4 Brwn and Bleached Sheeting-,
At V2c the celebrated "Fruit f tie
At 11o 42-inoh Bleaehed Pillow
Casing, value 15c.
At 25c 9-4 Bleached and Bnd
Sheeting, value Kc
At 38c Full-size Shsets, value 58c at
47c, value 8c.
At 78o Full-sise Bed Spreads, value
J 1.0 9 at 96o, value $1.36.
At A'zO Turkish and Huck Tewel.
At 9'2C Turkish and Hucte Towels,
At 2c Wash Cloths. at 2c each.
At 5e Best quality Cotton Twill
At 7c iLinen Crah4 value lie .
At 1c 5-inch Bleached TaWe Dam
ask, value 25c.
At 38c 60 and 61-inch Bleachad Table
Damask, value SOc.
EVERY HOUSEWIFE SHOULD
BE SURE AND TAKE ADVANTAGE
OF THIS OPPORTUNITY FOR IM
PORTANT SAVINGS IN EVERY
DAY HOUSEHOLD NEEDS.
The Special Sale of
250 Sirfte representing the antir
surplus steck of a lesd'tna New YerW
manufacturer, at remarkable ' price
. 175 Man's, Suits in a hi ranre of
handsome '-patterns and coloriafm an
in the latest Spring sy1.
75 Men's Suits of the higkeat stand
ard of excellence Wults that win ap
peal to partlcwiar dim.
If you are thinking ef a new Suit
visit our Men's Department Today and
see these splendid value.
.EE OKS 1 17J2L Hi
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