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NORWICH BULLETIN, TUESDAY OCTOBER 24, 1911
Qorwich Qu lie tin uil gout'icf. lis YEARS OLD. Sufcecrlptlam priee. 13c m weeks SOa a Entered ai tho Fostoffice at Norwich. Conn.. aecond-clasa matter. Tetepkaae Callat Bulletin Business Office. 1(0 Bulletin Editorial Rooms. 5-l. EulleUa Job Office. SS-6. W llUniaatie Of See. Rm ' S Him; lldiac Telephone lift- Norwioh, Tuesday. Oct. 24, 1911. The Circulation oi The Bulletin. The BnUi baa (be lariat etr mlatlna ut aay paper la Eaatera Coaaeetlcirt, aa fra three o tlaaca larger tkaa that at may la Kerwlca. It la delirered t over 3.MO ef the 4,863 kaaaca la Kn irleh. aid read by alaety-thre per eeat. af tae peepte. la Wtadliam It la delivered ta'aver BOO hraaea, la fa-aana aad Daaleiaaa to aver I,1M, aad la all ef be placee It (e eeaalderetf the leeal dail7 Baatera Coaaeetleat ku feriy ! lonui. aae hnadred aad alxty to peatafflee diatrleta. aad fertjr eae ratal free delivery rentes. The BKlletla la sold la every ( aad sa all at the R. V. D reates la Kastera Coaaeetleat. ORCULATION l0I. averaa-e 4,419 1905. averaare 5'920 8,200 Week ending October 21. . THE WA8TE OF COAL. Those who are competent to judge tell tis that the average householder doesn't know how to run a (urnace or a steam heater, and because of this a' million tons of coal will be wasted thia winter or seven million dollars' worth. We are indicted of not half of us knowing how to properly shake the grate, and evidence of this ia the good coal in the ashes which has no ex euee for being there. Fresh coal and big- clinkers in the ash pit show these experts who violently break up the fire instead of shaking out the ashes gen tly and taking out of the ash pit an almost Impalpable powder, which is the evidence of the grate-shaker's effi ciency. These experts call attention' to the fact that the fire should be shaken down only once in 24 hours, usuaHy at night at the last firing, and that the check to the fire should be by the cold-air draught box, not by the open front door, or the partially raised covers of a ran. The effect of the pan door or cover, they say, is to cool the iron of the boiler over the fire pot and to chill the top of the stovo, hence a new firing is made nec essary and some delay caused in re newing the heat lost in this way. Closed stoves and furnaces with the cold-air or baok draught open, is the economical way of running fires. A Xorwich man who has followed the plan feels sure it saved him two tons of coal tho first winter; and he does it now as a duty, for it pays him well. If a little knowledge and a lit tle care will save the average family man 20 per cent, of his fuel bill, he ought not to be long in correcting his erroneous ideas of how to run a range, furnace, or steam heater. TRADE IN A DULL YEAR. Notwithstanding the apparent dull ness of business, this country has gene on breaking its trade records the present year. The September report of the government shows that the country's ins ports last month were, in value, $125,15,108, compared with $117, 24.513 in the same month a year ago, and J121, 814,630 in the same month of 10, which up to now had marked high tide in September im ports. But the export movement was even more striking. The exports of 18. 873,643. in September, 1910, had made a high record, for the month, but in September of this year exports reached the unprecedented figure of 1195,771,502. The "balance of trade" was thus $70,613,394 for the period. Our exports for the nine months end ing with September were also unprec edented, measured in money, for they leached the enormous sum of $1,455, 474.289, an increase of $232,547,531 over the previous high record which was mads in the nine months ending with September, 1907. Commenting upon this, the Spring-, field Republican says: "While some of this increase may be due to higher prices, the figures un doubtedly reflect a solid expansion in the actual volume of foreign trade. Remembering that September is usual ly a month when ?n increase in ex ports begins, owing to the outward movement of cotton and wheat, and that our exports do not culminate or dinarily until the end of the year, we may now anticipate, perhaps, an ex port movement in the immediate fu ture of extraordinary proportions." There are said to be a million Am ericans in Canada and the new pre mier is descended from a Fall River man, and a member of his cabinet was born in New Hampshire. The speeches befng made by Colonel Bryan through Nebraska leave no doubt he is anxious to be sent as a delegate to the next national conven tion of his party. The Holy Ghost and Us tramp yacht Coronet has arrived in Portland with seventy sernons on board, some of whom were taken to the hospital with scurvy. There are not more than half as many Idle freight cars now as there were at the same period last . year, which Is an evidence more is doing. . - The managers of the magazines will never fergive Postmaster General mtchcock for his attempt to make them pay a fair rate of postage. Ai Illinois judge has been asked t determine- wt bay rum is. A western editor ventures to say it is a poor substitute for witch hazel. Happy thought for tsay: The bad taste in the morning and a severe headache are always - misinterpreted when called a divine affliction THE INNOCENT AT COATESV! LLE The country is looking with sur prise at the findings of 'the courtrat Coats ville. Pa., where the forms of justice are being made a mockery of- In August, a mob in a little town in Pennsylvania broke into a hos pital, took therefrom .a patient and placing him upon a fire of fence rails roasted him to death. The grand jury promptly looked into the case. It found that about twenty persons led the mob of bestial mur derers, an easy thing to find out, for 2,000 persons saw the whole business. There have been- seven trials of those guilty and every one has been pronounced to be innocent by the court, as the thirteen remaining: cul prits will be if tried. These verdicts simply mean 'that the released are just as innocent as the other 2,000 residents of the community who did nothing to save a human being. ; It is a matter of record that a po liceman cast his club aside and assist ed at the burning. This shows the sense of social responsibility is just about nothing in that community. The jury is of the same sort of men as the lynchers, subject to the same pas sions and hatreds. No doubt, also, the jurymen are thinking of what life for them would be in their neighborhood if they found any prisoner guilty. Taking this view of Coatesville, it is not inviting to settlers or business'. It is in a state of decadence, a shame to itself and a disgrace to the coun try. . - RAILWAYS AND POLITICS. The political leadership which inter feres disastrously with business is more injurious to the people than al most any other combination or.,influ ence. At a recent session of the American Electric Railway convention at At lantic City, the complaint was made that the profits returned for the big investments and hard work are far below what the same amount of ex pense and energy would bring in oth er fields. The endorsed resolution follows: First: We believe that there exists a widespread need of increased fares, if adeauate service is to be furnished and capital secured to provide for the continued growth of the electric rail way industry. And the plan for increasing fares advised the. establishing of a zone sys tem, with 5 cents fare for a large central zone and 3 cents extra fare. making 8 cents through fare to smaller outlying zone, either with d) free transfers or (2) a charge for trans fers; the local fare in outlying zone being 5 cents. Albion E. Lang, president of the Toledo Railways & Light Co., aroused the convention with a powerful and clear exposition of what electric rail way men -regard as the chaotic condi tion rurroundir-g public service "enter prises not only in his city but in many others. Mr- Lang declares "that under a management prior to the present cne, the electric railway situation in Toledo had become, "engulfed in politics," that under the pressure of party strife the municipality has practically refused to renew certain franchises which expired a year ago unless conditions which he described as utterly .-impractical are complied. with by fhe electric railway. "Three-cent fares with transfers de manded of us are wholly impossible," he said to the convention, "if any re turn on invested capital is expected, a faro of ten or fifteen cents would not produce revenue sufficient to meet daily operating expenses, if the ordi nances recently proposed by the mu nicipality of Toledo, and- advocated by some of the politicians there were adopted and enforced. : A new political campaign has opened up and the old bogy of standing pat for three-cent fares is used as a recommendation for the election or re-election of candi dates. The city's growth has been retarded by the constant agitation of this subject for some years past, and by the continued abuse of 'corpora tions' and so-called capitalists." A FLOATING BOUQUET. Those who have lived or picnicked near fish works will be glad to hear that the floating oil factory is in oper ation; and they will hope that all such oil and fertilizer producers may fol low suit. A despatch from New York says: "An extraordinary craft, equipped with elaborate machinery for extract ing fish oils, visited New York harbor last week. The floating Ash factory moves up and down the Atlantic coast following the fish and turning them into oil as she goes. She carries a crew of ninety men. . The plant will care, for 10.000 barrels of fish in a day. There are tanks aboard to hold 750,000 gallons of fish oil. The floating fac tory is equipped with wireless teleg raphy to keep in touch with business on shore and enable her to be on hand when the fish are ready. Her machin ery consists of great steam cooking vats, electrical conveyors for scooping the fish out of the holds of the fishing steamer, and traveling belts for carry ing them on board. Some 10,000 bar rels of fish will be taken 'on- board in New York waters. No part of the fish goes to waste. The fish are re duced to a hash, then pumice and then oil." EDITORIAL NOTES. The optimists who are seeing pros perity must not expect the people to cheer until they feel it. Indian summer is never in order before November, when it is always supposed to follow after a squaw win ter. It is noted that whon the wild geese fly south they do not try to make any figures 8's to call attention to their style. lt takes so long to remove moun tains by faith that enterprise gets to work and tunnels them at great ex pense. The hot air that gives real com fort is that which comes from a good coal fire. The other kinds are of Jess account. , . The Porto Ricans are being spoken of as men without a country. What do they need of a country! Aren't they all at sea? Since New York's oldest industry is the fur trade, a contemporary remarks it may naturally b regarded as the home, of the skiii-ganic. It will require speedy work for the Panama expositions t catch up with the openinjr of the canaL Thpv wmiiri not look 'well coming in late. A Detroit mn who wants a divorce from his wife says she proposed mar riage to him. His siueal does not aound right for a real man THE BULLETINS FAMILY COW "I heard that you want to buy a cow," said Gluck. "Yes, I've been thinking of it" as sented Quigway. "My wife has been reading a lot of stuff in a health mag azine and has come to the conclusion that all milkmen are in a conspiracy to decriiuinate the human race toy kill ing, off the children. Every time tne baby yells she thinks that his last drink of milk has poisoned him, and she just keeps clamoring for a cow all day long. So I guess I'll have to buy one; although I hate to like thund er, for I'd rather have my. leg sawed off than milk a cow. I haven't done such a stunt since 1 was a boy, and 1 hate to begin again now." ... "Oh. you won't mind it after you've tried it a while," said Gluck. "A. good cow is a great blessing and it just happens that I have the best cow in the United States for sale. When I heard that you were looking for such an animal I thought I'd come over. Our cow is 3 family pet and. the idea of parting with her breaks, "' wife's heart. That cow is so tolamed gentle that a' man can get on her back and ride her anywhere.' - I don t want a saddle cow," re plied Quigway. "When I want eques trian exercise I'll . hire . a horse. If I buy a tow at all she's got to be a humdinger when it comes to the- milk question." ... "Well, my cow"' takes a pardonable pride in the quantity and quality of her milk and when it comes to gentle ness she has them all beaten a city block. I never did see such a fine disposition. - She actually seems to have human intelligence and when she sees me coming home she gambols around the lot like a pup." "I don't believe I want such-a crit ter. It seems to me, that a cow of that sort must be a great bore, doing such an act when her owner comes home. I'd feel like a monkey if li h'ld a cow that did funny stunts like that. Anyhow, I don't want a cow Attention, Farmers ! They must be natives hatched and grown In these two counties. The Bulletin will buy the prize birds at the regular market price in addition to the prize to be awarded. , The turfteys offered forprize must have head and feathers off, en trails drawn and wings cut off at first joint. The first prize of $10.00 to the largest and fattest young turkey; second prize of $5.00 to the second largest and fattest young turkey; third prize of $5.C0 to the largest and fattest turkey raised in New London or Windham Counties. The contest is open to any man, woman, boy or girl residing in these counties. The turkeys must be submitted for examination and weighing the Tuesday before Thanksgiving at 12 o'clook noon. For the largest and fattest young turkey $10.00 will be awarded in addition to the market pxice. This turkey will be given to the Rock Nook Home. - ' . To the raiser of the second young turkey in size a prize of $5.00 in addition to the market price will be given. This turkey will, fur nish the Thanksgiving dinner for' the Sheltering Arms. To the raiser of the largest and fattest turkey over a year old a prize of $5.00 in addition to the market price. This will go to the County Home for Children for a Thanksgiving dinner. The judges will be disinterested persons who will weigh the tur keys at Somers Bros.' market. , All turkeys that are eligible for competition will be purchased at the market price, so any turkey raiser who enters a bird in the contest is sure of selling the bird whether a prize is won or not. Francisco Escobar, counsel general of Columbia at New York, in a letter to Theodore Roosevelt, questions the re liability of many assertions made by the Colonel in a published article on how the United J-States acquired the right to constructthe Panama canal. WE I W VOTE". EVERY THIfJ ft! AH ArJD HOr.lAEl HERE EVERY PERSON IN NORWICH AND VICIN. ITY TO GET FAT AT OUR EXPENSE This is an invitation that no thin man or woman can aJTord to Stmore, Wb'11 tell you wby. We are going to aive you a wonderful discovery that help digeet the fooda you cat that puts good, solid flfsh on people who are - thin and underweight, no mat ter ihat the cane maybe that makes brain in five hours and blood in four that puts the red cor puscles in the blood, which every thin man or woman so sadly needs. How can we do this? We will tell you. Science has discovered a ' remarkable concen trated treatment which increases cell growth, the xevy snbtanco of which our bodies aro made a treatment that makes indigeation and- other stomach troubles disappear as ff by meeic and makes an old dyspeptic or a sufterrr from weak nerve sor lack of Tlialily feel like a 2-year-old. This new treatment, which ha& prmed a boon to rery thin person, is called Sarffol. Pont, forpot the name "S-A-R-C-O-L." Xofhiiij like it ba erer been produced before, it is & rerclaUnn to wnnitn vim h&re never been able to, appear st)ll?li in au.vtiiinc they were because mf their ihinneM. It is .a sodfettd to evry man wh is under weight or is lacking, in nerve force or energy. If you want a boauttful nd wU rounded figure of symmetrical proportions, of which ymj rn fpel just ly proud if you want a body full of throbbing lift and merry. ' write -The fergol 'Company, S-IOK,-Herald Bldg.. JBinirhamlon, X. T., today and wa will send you , absolutely free, a Sic box nf Sar (p1! that will prove all we claim. Take one with eTory ineaL and in five minutes after you take the first concentrated tablet of this precious product U will commence to untold its virtue?, and it has by actual dt-mnnstralU'ii often increased the weight at the rate of one pound a day. Hut you say you want proof! Well, her you are. Hem is the statement of thote who have tried wlio have been convinced and who wll swear to the virtues of Uds marvelous prep aration: ftEV, GEORGE W. DAVIS says: "I hate made a faithful trial of the Sargol treatment and must say it has brought to mo new life and visor. I have gained twenty pounds and now weigh pounds, nuid. what ifl better, I have sained the days of my boyhood. It has been the turning point, of my life. My health, is now fine. I don't have to take am' medic-hip . at all and never want to again." MRS. A. !. RODENHEESER writes: "I have gained immensely .lnce I titk. Sargol. for I only wrighed I fx; pound.- whew I began using It and now I wfbh lift punnd. really thin ...make twenty-four pounds, r Jo . lrouf(-r and am - looking better Uiau ever before, ami ikht I carry COME. EAT WITH US AT OUR EXPENSE. This coupon entitle. any thin person to ne(tc pacatre of Sfn-.il. the concentrated Kieh Build-: er provided you have net it trkd ill. and that I"c is em-hed to .-over postage, packing, eu- liead our advertisement printed aixve, and ihcn put Hir Jn stamps hi letirr tudaj : with this coupon "and lb full St package will bp sent to you y return of Pvt- Add re-:-The Sag-l Company -V.fi-K HeraM Ring., RinghamtOQ. X. , Write your name and address plainly, and PIN THIS COUPON TO YOUR LETTER. v DAILY" STORY to lavish a wealth of my affections upon. If '.I had -a cow that produced shining heps of milk I wouldn't -care three . whcoiis about her accomplish ments or noble Qualities of mind and heart. - I tlon't like famly pets. Last spring I b-.WJght af horse that was a farifiiy pet, .and after I got him home he had a tuwere attack of nostalgia and absentirllndediy kicked me through the side of tile barn.' "- "There's no- danger of my cow do ing such a trfivk as that. She's a cow with a pedig.ree. Her mother " "Now don't begin springing a pedi gree on me. . Her mother may have trotted a - mile, in 2.10, and I don't doubt that sh.B did, but when I go shor"'"? for cott's the one I 'buy has to have some perf i -mances of her own to recommend, ane' the , record of her parents won't ci any ice at all, I hate animals with pedigrees. I "blew a lot of money for a pedigreed fighting dog a couple of years ago, and an old sore eved sheep dog broke Into . the lot and chewed his laiad off. I want an old -disreputable niw with one horn knocked off and oie eye gone and a bob tail. My fathtur had just such a cow when I was a boy and she was the best cow in th state. She was a cross between a f 0 nnel shaped cloud and an ant-eater, fiar all I know, but she gave more milk than a pump, and that's the sort of a 'flow I want" "If you'd come os?r and look at mine and see me mil hsr, and realize what a beautiful disposition she has " "Oh, hang her dispcaition! I've told you overiand over thtut I'm not look ing for a cow to adornv my family cir cle. When I get one she'll have to Etav out in tha barn si'.nd she won't he "asked to participate in any social functions, so it doesn't' Q take any dif ference about her diet sition. No, Gluck. I think too mml( of you to wrench your heart string i by depriv ing . vou of your family V pet, . If I bought that cow I'd nevler again be able to look you in the fa-e." Chica go News. DOLLARS BONUS For Fattest and gest Turkey Raise 6 $1M)0 Next Best $5.00 Third $5.00 The Bulletin proposes to capture the three fattest and largest Turkeys to be offered for the Thanksgiving market in Windham and New London Counties. Andrew Lentzon, aged 69, was found dead in his cell at the county jail at E'lsworth, Me., yesterday, where he was awaiting removal to the state prison at Thomaston to serve a sen tence of r five years for a statutory offense. rosy cheeks, which Is sometliiug I could neTer eay before. "My old friends who haye be used to seeing , mo with a thin, long face, say that I am looking better Uian they have erer seen me before, and father and mother are pleased to think I have got to look so well and weigh so heavy, 'for. me.' " ' " - CLAY JOHNSON says: "Please send me another ten-day treatment.' I am well pleased with Sargol. It has been the lifd)t of -my life; I aua getting back to my proper weight again. When I besau to take Sargol I only weighed 1S8 pounds, and now, four week later. I am weighing 153 pounds and feeling fine. I don't have that stupid feeling every morning that I used to have. I feel gocd ail tho time. I want to put' on atrnut five pounds of flesh and that will he ail I want." ' F. GAG NO H writts: "Here is my report rince taking the 'Sargol treat ment. I am a man 07 years of are, and was ail run down to the very bottom. I had to ault work, as I was so weak. Now. thank to Sarsol. J look like a new man. I gained 22 pounds with 23 day's treatment, 1 cannot, tell you how happy I feel. A'l my clothes ar getting too Uzht. My face has a gaod. color and I never was so happy in my Jifc." MRS. VERNIE ROUSE says: 'Sargol 1p certainly the grandest treatment I erer used. It has helped me greatly. I ontld hardly eat anything and was not able to sit up three days out of a wceS, with 'stomach trouble. I took- only two boxes of -Sargol and can eat any tiling, and it don't hurt me aad I have no morn headaches. My wei-ht was pounds and now I weigh 140 and feel better than I have for fire years. I am now as fleshy as I want to be, and shall certainly recommend SarcoL for it does just exactly what you say it will do." You may know some of these people or know some body who knows them. We will send you their full address if you wish, so that you can find out all about Sargol and the wonders it has wrought. Probably you are now thinking whether all this can be true. Stop it ! Write us at once and we will send you. absolutely free, a 50c package of Uie most won derful tablet you. have cym- seen. Xo matter what the caue of your thinner it from. Sargot makes thin fai, hut we don't nsk you to take our wurd for it. Simply uut tlto coupon below and inclose Hc stamps to )rtrf: cover (he distrrbutiou expense and I'n He Sum's mall will bring you the mast vaiuabU paegage you ever received. FEATUHE PICTURE. V "ON THE WAR PATH" i AUDITOR I U if 3 SHOWS 2.30, 7. 8.45 ' Stadium Trio of Sterling Athletes ROTHER & ANTHONY In Pianologue, and JOHN RUC4KER, the Ala bama Blossom. - BBaaBaaaaaaaaaBHBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaBBaaaBBaaaaBaBBaaBsaKBBaaBaaMBaBBaMVaeBaaaaBBBaiBBaBBBi Bible Question Box . Your Bible questions will be an swered in these eolnmaa or by snail If seat to our Bible Questioa Box Editor. Q. "And God saw that the wicked ness of man was great in the earth and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. And it repenteth the Lord that He had made man on the earth, and it grieved Him at His heart; and the Lord said, I will destroy man whom I have created, from the face' of the earth." If God is omniscient, knowing the end from the beginning, how could He REPENT of His course in creating man? ' Answer. The word L"repent" means "to change the mind, or course of conduct, on account of regret or dis satisfaction with what has occurred." The question then is, Did God change His mind (plan) or His course of con duct? We claim that, knowing the end 'from the beginning, God's mind could not be changed; hence "repent'! in this text must signify change of conduct. That is, God did change His course of dealing with man because of man's wickedness, which grieved Him, but he did not change His mind or plans, because these plans had from the very first recognized the corrupt ing and degrading tendency of sin, arid provided (in purpose of mind) the Lamb of God "slain from the foun dation of the world" as the redemp tion price. (Revelation xiii:8; -tvii:8.) Women lawyers in France are per mitted to act as magistrates in cases of children under 13 years of age. YOUR DRUGGIST STOPS THAT ITCH If you are suffering' from Eczema, Psoriasis or any other kind of skin trouble, drop into our store for instant relief. We will guarantee you to stop thai itch in two seconds. A 25c trial bottle will prove it. We liave sold other remedies for skin troubles, but none that we could rec ommend more highly than Jhe well known compound of Oil of Winter sreen. Thymol and a few other ingred ients that have wrought such wonder ful cures all-, over the country. This conaDOund. known as D. D. D. Prescription, will cool and heal the li tchy, 'burning kin as nothing else can. V''et a Regular (bottle and see on our to-pay orrer. - ine J-.ee ec usgooa company. I Gives Aid To Strikers. Sometimes liver, kidneys and bowels se m to go on a strike and refuse to wn"k right. Then you need those pleVsant little strike-breakers Dr. Kiijs New Life Pills-'-to give them natural aid and gently compel proper actipn. Excellent .health soon follows. Try them. 25c at The Lee & Os-ood FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS Will :6ba ach your individual case if you have Eny form of kidney and bladder trouble or urinary irregularities. Try . . (mi t c mem. xnc j.ee o u.emiu u. H&llowe'en Novelties Pumpkin', black cats, witches, skele tons, Snakes, Candles, Cap's, Favors, Postcards staid Novelties. - KRSL EmiHVAT, Frankiin Snoara a . : NOTICE -K : Any person hivlng property for sale suitable for a sit for the New London County Tuberculosis Sanitarium should notify the Secretary of the State Tuberculosis Corrttnittee at the State Capitol, Hartford. , t . QLAllTY : In work should al?Kiys be ceasiderefl especially when it casta no mere than the inferior kind, i Skilled men arc employed by us. lljar price tell the whole story. STETSON & YOUNG. WM. F. fAILEY .(Successor te A. Gardner) v Stabile 12-14 Bath i treet. HORSE CLIPPING A : PECJALTY. AUTOMOBILE TO 15ENT. Telephone 883. ,n New Hcckcr's ; Goods Cream Oets, Cream FariVia, Cream Hominy, Flapjack Flour, Prepared Buckwheat, at CARD WELL jS -V AMERICAN H6lS. Farreil & Sanderson. Prey's.. SPECIAL RATES to Theatre oupea. Traveling Men, etc. Livers- collected SHETUCKKT 8TR&ST..Y ' ii ADMISSION 10c and 20c , Every Evening at Eight. Tuesday, Thursday antd Saturday -.. Afternoons at Two. The Poli Players Presenting1 , i. KYfARH- One of the Best Rural Plays. Night Prices 15c, 25c, 35c, 50o Matinee Prices 10c, 16, 25o Next Week "THE CITY." Concert For the benefit of the Haile Club RAYMOND B. ELDRED, Violinist. MRS. GRACE ALDRICH CRO WELL, Soprano. MRS. CAMILLA - ELDRED-SHIELDS, at the Piano. Y. M. C. A. HALL. FRIDAY EVENING, Oct. 27, at 8.15. Tickets, 50 cents. Cars to all points after the perform ance. FALL CARNIVAL Benefit of the ! ' New Si. Mary's Church, ! Baltic, Conn. Tuesday, October 24. Saturday, October 28. Tuesday, October 31. ' ' Fair attractions every nijhC Admission. 10 cents. MUSIC. e. c. qesr TUK ER 122 Proanect St.' ; 1 . Tel- 611. Norwtai C IF YOU WANT A FIRST CLASS PIANO. get a SHONINGER through WHITE. THE TUNER, 4S South A si Taftvllle. CHARLES D. GEER Taaehmr of Singing Resumes work October 1st. Central Building. ' 42 Broadway. HEADQUARTERS FOR Fresh stock of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Also Provisions always on hand. Free lunclj every Saturday; evening. . . - The Westerly House, Formerly D. J. O'Brien's. 68 No. Main Kenyon & Pickhover, Props. ATTENTION is called to our line of Fall Shoes GREAT VALUES Tan, Dull Calf and Patent Colt and Kid $3.09, $3.50 and $4.00 Ferguson S Chartonneau; FRANKLIN SQUARE. JOSEPH BRADFORD, Book Binder. Blank Books Made anal Ruled to Order. 103 BROADWAY. Taleohoae ZiV ... THE FINEST 35c DINNER lfJ TOWN DELL-HOFF CAFE From 12 U2 On Exhibition A fine assortment of the Latest Style in Millinery for Fall and Vyinter wear at ' MRS. G. P. STANTON'S, No. 52 Shetucket Street. BR.C.-R. CHAMBERLAIN, Dental Surgeon In charge of Dr. S. L. Geer's practice during his last illness. MoGrory Building. Norwich, Conn. WHEiv you want 10 put your bunl ness nil ore me ptibli- theri ia no me dium hotter Lhan throuarn the aaveru. tu - cuiuuius oi To Bulletin.