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Attorney-at-Law, 3 Richards Bids
'Phone 700. -
Brown & Perkins, ittorneys-at-Law
Over First Nat. Bank, Shetucket St
Entrance stairway next to Thames
National Bank.' Telephone 33--S.
BRADT A KUDt.
Attorney u4 Ceeeeel at Kara.
- 2tfr Brosdwir. Ktw Tork City. ,
James T. Brady Charles A. Brady
of Now Tork. of Norwich. Conn.
Dominick & Dominick
Members of New York
Shannon Building, Norwich
Willimantic Saw Brown Squad.
The Brown university football team
and substitutes passed through Willi
mantic Friday forenoon in a special
car attached to tbe regular train ar
riving at 11.10 from Providence and
was then cut off and attached to the
51.23 Hartford train. The team was
to stop at the Hotel Garde. Hartford,
?rer night and journey to New Haven
today for its annual game with Yale.
The -player appeared in some instances
to bo almost overtrained and pretty
well battered up: but possibly most of
the apparent Injuries were nothing I
snore than muscle bruises. They were J
a quiet and orderly crowd but chock ,
full of enthusiasm to at least score am ,f
hold Tale to a reasonably close gam' L
The men did not arm ear to tie ovei bi
husky, but all had that do-or-die spij Alt
written all over their countenanc es
toat Doaes trouble tor opponents.
I A rt mm J.nl. ET . 13 1. il l , f i
onager .tsenaett is to form a ' f.,f
basketball team of gridiron starg anj
will be out for the-best there is . The
jfoepenaenu win start pra 'cticing
Monday night The following 7en are
te try out: L'Heureux, Eeai'df l,. pon-
pick a championship team.- The Inde
pendents would like to hea from ali
fast teams, sue has Taftvilfe. Groton
in iij vjuifris, or t ne
Team. - -
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UUX colusjUM oC ;9Tka Bulletin..
COtMECTICUrS BIG FOOTBALL DAY
Games on Three (College, Gridirons Brown , to Make
Yale Show- H er Hand "Wesleyan's Strong Team
Meets Williarru, Trinity Links Up With Massa
. chusetts Aggie s. 1 ' - '.X' i. "
New Haven, Conn., N ov. 10. With
games on the gridirons o'; Connecticut's
three, colleges tomorrow afternoon, fol
lowers of football will h ave their every
wish gratified. The Wejueyan-Williams
game at Middletown- wfn he next to the
last of the season for Ache former team,
and Trinity will plafy its last home
game, with the. Massa? chusetts Agricul
tural college- at Haf j tf ord. Yale will
play Brown, at New JIHaven,. and one of
the hardest fought jjames of the sea
son Is anticipated; j-7 , - , .
Wesleyan Leads is. Williams Series.
The game' wfth rwilliams is looked
upon fey the WesMj'jyan undergraduate
body as one of the!, most important of
the year. The two teams have played
yearly -since 1896,7 ( Wesleyan In those
years winning arws and two games re
suited in a tie, f.be 1903 game with a
5 to 5 score and rlast year when neither
team was abie lfo make a, point, wes-
leyan has one
if the strongest teams
of- its career fi
the defeats by 1
past two wetf.ka
knit together, ani
is season and despite
'rinity-and Colgate the
. f the eleven has fceen
1 will be at its strong
est tomorrow. 7!rhe Williams squad, as
confident o vWtory as Wesleyan. ar
rived in JVlldda5htown late this atter
noon and will jsoend "the night at the
Highland CouWtry- club in Westfleld.
Williams' had a weak start, hut picked
up materially Jl n the past three weeks
under 'the coal ching of Fred r Daly,
rale s captain l3f last year, ana a strong
nmsn is expedited. -
Trinity Hsjis Fine Open Game.
Trinity's gafme "with the Massachu-
setts college hli likely to be a close one.
The fatter team, under the coaching of
Hubbard, a (former Amherst captain,
has shown ml ueh, strength and is very
aggresslve. 7 'Trinity's showing this
season lias W een. even better than that
of last year,- when she had one of the
best teams ;ver turned out The team
seems to haive mastered the finer points
of the gantfie as now played and has
developed a,- fine open game
' To Sh'w Blue's Real Strength.
With Frown tomorrow Yale will
have prrsactically its first chance to
show its (real strength. There habeen
a loig h as'pital list the past few weeks,
but the tf injured have gradually come
back ov'ne by one until what will be
prorjab'yi.fhe lineup against Princeton
and !B.'rvard has been gotten together.
Shevlin to Yale's Rescue.
JSheMin, who came out of "the west
last year and whipped the team into
shaTjpA for a victory over Princeton and
a the with Harvard, has been on the
field 'for four days and with the aid of
the 41 rther coaches has coached the team
into what is expected will prove a sur
prise e to tomorrow's onlookers. Last
yeaclr's score of, 22 to 0 in favor of
Erol wn has also to bo wiped out and
wil'l lend an intentness to the plav that
othl erwise might be lacking.
Brown Quietly Confident.
1 "he Brown aggregation reached
Ha rtford this noon and had light
prsl cttce on Trinity's field this after
nobri and will leave for New Haven to-
ml rrow in time to reach Yale field
Eoin after 1 o'clock. While they do
nojt look for an easy win over Yale, the
mi in seem confident of a. victory and
cb lim , to be at the top edgo in their
Pjay. Thev do not consider that the
Hiarvar-d game should be taken as
si lowing their real form and believe
tat with their shifts' and forward
oases they will be sble to outplay the
-Mua as they did a year ago. The fact
hat Yale has' never developed a good
fiefense for the forward pass is given
as an added reason for a victory to
Tnorrow. The teams will lineup tomorrow as
Yale- Bomeisler le, Scully It, Franels
Ig, Keteham c, M-cDevitt rg. Paul rt
Avery re, Howe qb, Camp lhb, Free
man rht), Dunn fb.
Brown Adams le, Kratz It. Kulp lg,
Donovan c, Gelb rg, Bartlett rt, As
baugh, Mitchell re, Spracklln-g qb,
Tenny, Crowther.lhb, Bean rhb, Snell,
DAY OF FLUCTUATIONS.
Stocks Rise and Fall Within Narrow
New York, Nov. 10. Fluctuations of
stocks were uncertain and at times
feivorish today, bait the market again
exhibited decided strength. At the
opening the railroad stocks showed
substantial gains- The market soon
fell ba?ek, and some issues, including
Canadian .Pacific, Erie, Missouri Pacific
and Wabash preferred, lost one to
.three points Heavy realizing sales
kept the market in check. Prices rose
and fell within comparatively narrow
limits until late in the day, when buy
ing expanded rapidly. Price's shot up
ward and at the close extensive gains
were well distributed through the list
of more active stocks, in some cases
running up to five points.
The railroad stocks,, especially those
of the western group, were the leaders
of the market Trading in these stocks
was stimulated by the action of the
r.ew commerce court in staying the de
cree of -the interstate commerce com
mission for a reduction of inter
mountain freight rates.
A small cash loss by the banks , for
the week, was indicated by known
movements of money. '
Bonds were irregular. Total sales,
par value, $4,076,000. United . States
bends were unchanged on- call.
Two Stock Exchange Failures.
New York, Nov. 10.-Two stock ex
change failures, resulting primarily
from the recent advance in the market,
were announced today. The Insolvent
firms are W. L. Stevens & company
and Ball, Wicher &-company. Neither
firm was especially prominent in the
market, but accounts agree that their
recent operations were on the bear
Sales. - , Hiffh. Iow.
200 A11U Clmlmrrs pfd 1H4 11H
3100 Araal. Copper 60's
100 Am. Agrocultural S3
2900 Am. Beet SuBtr , 86
SIH An. Can ..-,............ 1254
4800 Am. Oar Jc P...-. .... 54T4
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200 Am. Ioe Securities 1814
Am. Llneeed Oil
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600 Am. Susar Beflalnc.
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300 Am. Woolen
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as 27 2714
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19300 Atchison ...109 10gi 10814
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300 Atlantic Cort Une 129.5a 129 120
3100 Baltimore, A Ohio . 10314 10214 102
200 Bethlehem Steca 30 30 20
v 4200 Brooklyn Basld Transit.. 7814 7714 7814
33)0 Cuiadlv Paciae Z4214 240 24214
5200 Central Ica.tieT ...24 " 23 23
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1800 Central of New Terser. -..307 296 300
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1400 Chicago Sc N. W... 147
16500 Chicago. M. St. P .114
C. C. C. & St. LAuia
300 Coloradouel & Iron 29
12800 Consolidated Gas
, 1100 Corn Products
900 Delaware A Hudson . . .
100 Denrer & Rio Grande.
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STRONG LOCAL TEAM
MEETS THE' ACADEMY.
Greensville Heavyweights Should Fur
nish a Stiff Game for N. F, A.
The .following are" to foe the lineups
of the two elevens when the Academy
fcotball team plays the Heavyweights
Academy Boyd le, Elliott It Kinney
lg, Jackson c, Herbert rg. Bliss rt,
Croker re, Robinson qb, Coughlin fb,
McCormick rhb. Swan lhb. '
Heavyweights Mclntyre It, Rydholm
rt, Corey c, Henderson rg, Qulnn lg,
I'opham re, Sweeney le, Gadle qb, Supa
lhb. Fielding fb, L'Heureux rhb, Dono
Before the Academy season is over it
is expected to be playing ' on - the
campus, -but that field is still too soft
and this game will have to be played
on the Hospital gridiron.
The Heavyweights have assembled a
strong and fast team of local players
who should give the Academy a stiff
rub, and make one of the good games
of the season. It will also furnish the
Academy .followers a chance to get a
line on what the new backneld comol
nation will do under fire.
TRIANGULAR ROAD RACE.
Taftville Man Wants to See Wicks,
Tuckoy and Hondrick Moot v
Taftville, Conn., Nov. 10, 1911.
SDorting- Editor Norwich Bulletin-
Now that the baseball season has
ended and the football and cross coun
try season is here. It, may not be out
of place to suggest that a race for the
road record from New Jjonaon to Nor
wich between Tuckey, Wicks and
Tcmmv Hendrick would be an interest
ing event for Thanksgiving day. As I
understand that Tucloey contemplates
making another attempt at breaking
the record this fall, and as I nave as
surance from Hendrick that he would
take part in such a face, if a prize was
offered, and the men were amateurs,
which I understand notn are at pres
So hoping to see this race arranged
for Thanksgiving. I remain
Very respectfully, -
' J. D. NOLAN.
Taftville Plays T. C. Cyclers, Next.
The Taftville basketball team will
tiav its second game of the season
next Tuesday in Parish hall. A good
p-ame will be expected, as Manager
Fred Caron has had h9 team in -very
good practice to meet the -Thread City
Cvclers of Willimantic, who - claim
championship class. The Taftville team
should make them step pretty nveiy.
The Taftvtllo lineup will be . picker!
from Aberg. White. Murphy; Fountain,
Desiardams. L Heureux. Porter JSemi-
no. Captain Aberg thinks that this
lirueur can make the visitors go some.
Manager Caron would like to hear from
Mystic basketball team,, and also from
Putnam. He wants to arrange a game
with them for Thanksgiving, Nov. 30.
A good preliminarv game will -take
place during the evening, the - Wild
Cats vs. the White miepnants.
Baltic Has Basketball. '
The Baltic .Athletic club has organ?
ised a basketball team and would liko
to arrange games with any fast, ama
teur teams under 20. '
WM. J. DONNELLY. MET., .
t . Baltic, Conn.
No Game for Independents.
For Wright cancelled its gam- for
the Cranberry on Sunday against the
Independents, because the Fort Wrirrht
team is to play Fort Terry today.
Manager Bendett was not able to find
a team to. fill the date. .
Will Meat Burns of Putnam.
Sporting Editor of Thet Norwich Bui
letln: - -
Dear Sir: Seeing in your paper the
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500 nilnols Central ...
P0Q Interborough Met.
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1000 International Paper ...... 10
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10 Iowa Central 18
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100 iKiuisTille Jr. Kut
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1500 Mo., Kan. & Tex
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606 National Biscuit ......
2100 National Lead ,
200 N. S. Men. 2d pfd
2SO0 New York Central
1900 N. T.. Ont. & West..,
3300 Norfout 4 Western.
700 North American ......
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Pullman Palace Car - .
70 Railway Steel Spring 32 7 32
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2400 Republic Steel 22 22
v.iuo no. prd 81
2800 Rock Island Co 28
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St. Louis S. W
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. 10400 Southern Railway 30
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3100 United States Rubber..
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45 45 45
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2800 Va. Car Chem. . . .....
600 Wabash , .....
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1600 Western Maryland ...
300 Weetingbouse Klectrlc .
300 Weaern Union . . . . .
500 Wheeling & L. Erl
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New York. Nov. 10. Cotton tir.
clcsed steady. Closing bids. November
9.1-K December 9.25. January 9.05. Feb
ruary 9.09, March 9.15, April 9.20. May
9.2S, June 9.27. July 9.31, August 9.27,
September 9.30, October fK80. Spot
closed dull: middling? nntflnrls 0. K-
middling gulf, 9.70; no sales.
NeW York. Nov. 10. Mnnv
steady at 2 l-42 1-2 per cent.; ruling
rate 2 3-S; last loan 2 3-8: cloainan hid
2 1-4: offered 'at 2 3-8. Time loans
3 l-43 1-2 per cent; 99 3ay 3-1-2
-o, jyijt inoiiuis a 1-Z(g3 3-4..
CHICAGO BRAIN MARKET.
WHTCAT- Open. High.' Low. Clesa.
Dec .... .... 94 94 92 4
May ... ....100 ' 100 99 - J00J
July ....... 94v -93 S4
CORN: I -
Dec. ... ....62 63' 62 7-1S gSH
May 64 64 : 63 64
July .; 64 64 63 . 64
Dec. ... 4K5 , 47 46 -l 47
May 49 50 . 49 1-1 47
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challenge of Kid Burns of Putnam to
122 pound wrestlers, I would like to
meet him at catch weights anywhere
he. can get the bout , on. , - ' 4
. , Yours truly,
' ' FRANK GILLO-
Moosup, Conn,- Nov. 10, 19-11.
IV ARTY OTOOLE NOW .
THE STANDARD MEASURE'
Minor Lf.-aguers With Stars to Sell
Matcn Thsrr) Up With Marty -
Let a young minor., league player
sell for a phenomenal sum of money,
ttnd that player immediately becomes
the standard. y which all other play
ers in that league are ? gauged.
There's Marty O'Toole and Joe Benz,
foi instance. O'Toole is he fellow who
was sokl to the Pirates for $22,500.
Bena is the young man who was pur
chased by President Corrriskey of the
White Sx and who worked against
the Detroit Tigers-in three innings of
the last game between the white-hosed
fellows and the crew, of Jennings.
O'Toole last year pitched in the
Western league. Nor -was he so well
thought of out there. . Even now the
fellows who run ball clubs in that part
o: the country are absolutely certain
that he is worth no such sucn of money
as Barney Dreyfus .paid. A good
pitcher? Yes, they answer, tout not a
great one. -
- Weil, soon after the sale of O'Toole
this fellow Benz was placed on the
market. , t
Manager Hugh Duffy made a trip
out to Des Moines, for whom Benz
pitched, and looked the youngster over.
Then he visited some of the other
cities of the circuit and finally landed
in St. Joseph, Mo. That's where Jack
Holland is the boss. And since Hol
land and Duffy are friends the manager
of the White Sox naturally sought the
minor lea.gue manager.
"About this Benz?" queried the Chi
"You will make no mistake," was the
answer of Holland. "You know what
O'Toole is. Well, when he left this
league last year he wasn't anywhere
liear the pitcher than Benz is today. -
"If O'Toole is worth anywhere near
the price that Barney Dreyfus paid
for him, then Benz Is worth more than
That seemed to he the price that the
Des Moines people were asking, too,
for they wired several of the magnates
offering the young pitcher for that
sum. Whether Mr. Comiskey paid that
amount is not known. But that he
paid a good sum for the pitcher is
pretty certain. . " ... -
But, getting "down to the first propo
sition. Let a man step out of the
minor leagues, and make good and he
immediately becomes the standard by
which all . players are judged. -"Larry
Doyle was among the first of the ball
players to sell for a high amount. Im
mediately when a Three-I magnate
wanted to dispose of a young player
ho attempted to convince the major
league magnate that the youngster
was just as good as Doylo was when
iha left the Springfield club.
In Michigan they measure their
Pitchers by King Cole of the Cubs.
You attempt to negotiate for a pitcher
in the' S. M., and the first word you
get from the willing club owner is
that the fellow you are looking at is
certainly as good as Cole over was and
that he even looks better.
Out in the Western league O'Toole
has become the standard. - Any old
time that you attempt to buy a twirler
out there you learn that he ts just as
good as the . Pittsburg recruit.
Now that is nothing against Benz
Whether he is as good as O'Toole or
not is quite Reside the mark. Down
on the South Side in Chicago they
think they have a flnK He's a big
fellow. Ho has a lot of nerve rfnd
that was proved when ie set the Ti
gers down one- after the other- in the
three innings that he worked. That is
after. he got started. And his start
was far from auspicious. The first man
up singled and the next doubled. That
was enough to make a youngster pan
icky. But Benz didn't become so." He
set down the next nine men 'to face
CARLISLE COACH. SURE
OF BEATING HARVARD.
Indians Already Have Eight Scalps
Crimson Subs Will Play.
Cambridge. Mass.. Nov. If) Car
lisle's gridiron warriors, with the foot
ball scalps of eight eastern college
elevens depending from their belts,
camped tonight within striking dis
tance of their big paleface foes, the
Harvard team, whom they will -meet
in the Stadium tomorrow. Althoueh
the Crimson ruled the favorite in the
betting around town tonight, ' Coach
Glenn Warner of Carlisle said he was
confident of success. Captain Burd
and Newasha. two of ' the Indians'
mightiest warriors, will be unable to
enter the fray because of injuries.
The Crimson eleven will be composed
entirely of second string men. accord
ing to announcement toy, Coach"Haugh-
ton or tiarvara-tonignt, .following a 45
minute signal practice in which the
entire Harvard squad participated. '
-ne pro oame lineups: , x
Harvard Howard le. . Stowe 1L
Keays lg. Parmenter c, Matruire rg,
CTenekes rt, Hollister re, Freedley qb.
Reynolds Mib. Morrison rhb. Blackall
Carlisle Roberts le. Wheeler It Jor
dan lg. Bergie. c, Buscn rg. Lone Star
rt, Garlow re. Ar.-asa ob, Thorpe lhb.
J. Wheelock rhb, Powell fb. -
Jake Stshl for Boston Americans.
Cnicago. Nov. 10. J. G- StahL when
seen at his work in a local bank today,
verified the report that he was going
to manage the Boston Americans.
Yes, I've decided to accept the of
fer made by President James R. Mc-
Aleer." he said. "I'll be nrighty glad to
get bacK into the game again, and es
pecially to be back in Boston. The
surroundings will be congenial with
McAleer and Robert McRov at the
head of the club. ,
Stahl would not sav what sum was
named in his contract, but it is un
derstood It was substantial.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAMES TODAY.
Brown ts. Yale, at New Barm.
Carlisle a, Harrard. at CambrlJn.
Xtaxtmeutk Ts. Princeton, at Princeton
Mlchfft-an ts. Cornell, at Ithaca.
Bucknell Ts. West Point, at West Point.
Lafayette rs. FennsytTanla, at Philadelphia.
West Vlrslnla, ra. Annapolis, at Annapolis.
Vermont Ts. Syracuse, at Syracuse.
Indiana Ts. IUnois.
KenTon Tt. Ohio State.
Virginia ts. Johns Hopkins.
Northwestern ra. Chicago. " 1
Colby ts. Holy Cms. at Worcester.
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The Porteous & Mitchell Co.
FOR MEN AND YOUTHS
3 WINTER OVERCOATS, made with convertible A V
Presto" collars materials are fancy mixtures Ji ' I 4 1
are regular J10.00 Overcoats at.. V
MEN'S WINTER OVERCOATS
convertible and "Pre&to" collars
wita velvet collars these are
MEN'S WINTER OVERCOATS, made up In all the new- rft
est , models, materials are excellent and tailoring thor-fl
ougii these are regular J20.00 Overcoats at WMVttfV
MEN'S WINTER OVERCOATS,' made of heavy plaid
back material with convertible collar, both single and
double-breasted, and in a variety of stylish mixtures
these are regular 125.00 Overcoats at
YOUTHS' WINTER OVERCOATS
Youths' Winter Overcoats for the Young Man 16. to 20 years. All the
latest styles are here, snappy and conservative models, in all the new
est fabrics at these epecial prices:
j, -4- C7 St EZ YOUTHS' OVERCOATS that sell
-"" regularly at 10.00.
A 4- C O QC YOUTHS' OVERCOATS that seli
regularly at $12.00.
"A-- T" Q C
Men's Furnishings - -
Men's Merino Half-Hose
in natural wool color,
regular 12c value
Speciaf Price Today. . .
Men's Sanitary Fleecy
lined Shirts and Draw
ers, winter weight, .regu
lar 5rc value
Special Price Today....
The loss of the Princeton me by
Harvard means a harder game for the
Indians, and no man appreciates It
more than Warner.
Not a Brown player was injured at
Cambridge which is one consolation
for the Providence football authori
ties. Where Yale has been beaten by the
Army and Harvard by the Orange and
THE CHELSEA SAVINGS BANK
Corner Main and Cliff Streets
' BANK HOURS.
Open every business day from 9 o'clock a. m. to 3 o'clock p. m., except
Saturday; Saturday from n. m. tol2 m. . ,
Nathaniel D. Williams.
Wm. H. Cardwell,
Henry H. Gallup,
Charles W. Gale.
Wm. Avery Gallup,
, Luther R. Case,
Amos A. Browning,
John C.- Averill,
Samuel N. Morgan,
Charles E. Chandler,
Charles B. Chapman,
Winslow T. Williams,
James H. Manwaring,
Frank H. Allen,
Arthur J. Dawley,
George II. Lorlng,
Jeremiah J. Desmond.
George E. Parsons,
Frederick T. Sayles,
. Vice Presidents.
Henry 11. Gallup. John C Averill, ,
. ' Charles .' E. Chandler.
' .Directors, . -;
Winslow T. Williams, " .- ; - Charles B. Chapman,
Frank W. Browning, - .
Henry G. Peck, - ,
V - '
Secretary and. Treasurer.
CHARLES B. CHAPMAN.
Wallace S. All Is.
. Sale '
They represent the surplus stock of
ore of America's best Overcoat mak
ers, which is a positive assurance that,
every garment is right in every par
ticular. The fabrics are high grsde
overcoatings, the tailoring skilful, the
trimmings are the very best. No
matter what price Overcoat you in
tend buying, it will pay you to call
and examine the Overcoats we are
offering in this Sale.
in fancy mixtures with
aiso in black Kersey
regular $12-00 Overcoats a
regularly at $15.00.
that k 11
Sp2cia. Values for Today
Men's Camel's Hair Shirts
and , Drawers, winter
weight, regular 75c value
Special Price Today....
Men's Pure Worsted Coat-
Sweaters in Oxford tinil
myrtle green rhese are
regular $2.50 and $3.00
Special Price Today....
& Mitchell Co.
Black, the Jungaleers have yet to feel
the sting of defeat.
The password for the Harvard team
Saturday was to wateh SpracKlIng and
the consequence of it was that tlics
Brown star had little chance to move
without a man being on top of htm.
Thorpe will be back In the Indian
lineup by the middle of the wwk, and
a man that can run 10 yards In 1 1 sec
onds in a football uniform is one that
is bound to star in the prewent game.
Frank W. Krowning,
Calvin II. Frlsbie,
William S. McMulIan.
Witter K. Tingley,
Henry O. Peck, t
Georse O. Stead,
Arthur D. Lathrop,
Wallace S. A Ills,
Ernest H. Crozler,
Howard L.' Stanton,
Frank W. Hurlburt,
Charleg E. Lamb,
Oliver L. Johnson,
James C. Macphrrson,
Edwin A. Tracy,
Frederic W. Cary,
Henry F. Parker,
Julius W. Cadden,
William Ji. Allen,
Oliver l,. -jonnson.
' Orosvenor Ely,
Choose this route next time you go
to New York, you'll liavi a daflshrfiil
voyage on Long Inland Hnunl n1 a
HUfoib view of til wonderful sky line
and water front of Manhattan lalaiid.
Bteainer leavas New Lnnoon at 11 p.
m. week day only, due New loilt, Pier
70, Kant Hlver, at 0.45. and I'lnr 40,
North Klver, 7 o'clock next morning.
REIV10SD0N (J1 5Q
NEW YORK V
Write or telephone W. 3. Phillips,
Agent, New London, Conn, for aiale
ruuma and Information. Jyll
Freight end panaengeir aarvloe
direct to and from Now York.
From Norwich Tuesdays, Tliurs
days, Sundayc, at 6.16 p. m.
New York, Pier 22, East P.lvar.
foot Rooafivelt. Hlreat, Mo inlay.
Wadneariayg, Kridaya, at S p. m.
Freight receiver! until K p. m.
F, V. KNWJSE, Agent.
Low Itate Autumn Tours v
An Ideal i.-a trie te ue Illtf
end IfeeltJileot lteert le e neslil.
Every outdoor rerraallon, rterlient hi beta
bit, riiltir, hoathiir, veimls. foil, iyr,IU,. .
k uii. .i.i.jf-l, w-ia Vfivmi ST
run- h ,,ik-i vli a.a,r. faAMI.IV
Transatlantic Liner OCEANA
le.eitO Tons T)lpla,Crtriet ! tt. In
T..rir,.i Ka.,ir,. Host l.ualjrtfMis Wirt Only Ktlu.
alveiy Urst-C'laaa PasMinrr Mwamer lu letmula,
t attle or frrlBt rl en Iha ",aaa.J
l'IKST -CLASS 1
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oum ln-rth A; meate. (a. H J-Sk Ifa
i en tna Atlantis, tJL 92Z
rliKiinu; btateroum 1
lteat f ulsine en
i, t-ftrij-1 .i.m In ,i,i v roenl. atanv
rooms with braaa bedai aulKis-ue-luae with prraie)
bams- flrn sl pruiix-naile wii In tl wurtd Orohea
tra. Frommads Danc, tiyraaaaluin, Wlile.
Only Herm'Kla, strainer Willi aubmarlne aifiia.
a-Mn In, liirtlna Miore ritat,iea,
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rteautirnl booKlm. liineraxy, TUei, etOj, f
kteriueda-Allaatle Llea, U99 M. V
er Frank H. Allan, Alias kuildinn Jon A. Oaaa,
CLARK'S " o V,Vnr CIsUISE
fsk. I. 400 up, ff.r Tl lnr. luiiudlnf all shara
ruiblin... vliiu Siialn, Alau-ra. Diem-a, Turkea,
Latul. Ksvrit. Ivalr. Y.u: 20 llnr'.pe Teurs.
Frank C. Clark, Time Bldfl., New York
TO THE ORIENT
Br thm momt pnUtlal
s.s. "Victoria tuisr
BaOIng (ross New Vert
JANUARY SO, 1U
en a T Dar Crsilae e
MAliriiiA, el'AiN, ti.e
Ml.llll IJIR ANKAM and
the illll-,.l. .( frtX,!
and ni'ward. The "VirroKIA
Ll'ISaC ' ts eqnliit with fv.ir
modern fratara, Irer1dlus ererf
luaurr and comfort on lenS
4 Ian f)ruiM to Wtitt InMn, Seat d mm tee,
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Send for Illastrated Booklet.
!AMBDRG -AMERICAN LINE,
41-45 B'way, N. Y or Samil Kronig eV
SON, local agents, 121-125 Main St,
H. WILLIAM 3, JR., General Agt
11. C. LONG, Special Agt, -,
F. II. KENYON, Special Agt,
Hartford, Conn. . VkidSA
We can save you mony In grain.
We've got the finest lot of grain ever
een on the local market and at iprleee
that tylll appeal to you. Cull or 'phone
us at once If In the marketdon't put
it off. By the way, how are you tiked
for Hay? We've some prime hay we
can sell -you at a bargain.
3 Cove St.
Are. ell In and ready for roar 1 fl
ap ect Ion. All grades and prices,, In
cluding our EngM.li Imported Papers.
Moldings to Match. Deooratlonat and
general painter's supplies. We are
now receiving orders for paper henar
lng, decoration, and palpfjna;.
. P. F. AURTAGH,
Telephone. 82 and 9 Wsa Main Si,
A fine assortment of the Latest Styles
In Millinery for Fall and Winter wear
MRS. Q. P. STANTON'S.
No, $2 8hetucket Street,
WHKsr you want to put year
nana before the publje, there Is Be sse
Jlum better tnan through the aevertl
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