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NORWICH BULLETIN, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1913
WESTERLY HAS ANOTHER FIRE
Starts With Explosion of Gas in Jay Street Cellar Damages
$500 Accident to - George Keny on Fashionable Au
dience Out to Hear Dartmouth Musical Clubs Prof. W.
H. Munro Addresses Historical Society.
The fifth fire alarm and the fourth
fire within the past Bix days was that
late Wednesday' night, when Nrf. 24
was sounded for a fire In the vicinity
of High etreet and Grove avenue. The
fire was at the home of Augustus Lar
son on Jay etreet. off Narragansett
avenue. It was all over within an
hour's time, but about $500 damages
bad been done before the flames had
hn nrt1ne"iiisipd-
Mrs. Larson and her two children?
who had retired early, were aroused
by ,the sound of an explosion coming
from the direction of the cellar, which
was immediately followed by the smell
sf smoke. Mrs. larson. becoming
tartled. made a hurried investigation
and found that there was a fire in the
lower part of the house, tone seized
omi of their clothing and with the
children rushed out of the burning
houu to the home of E. J. Fenelon.
across the street, and spread the
alarm. Mr. Fenelon ran to pull the
alarm down near the Methodist church
but before he had arrived Mrs. Amos
Brown had sent in an alarm by tele
phone to central, who rang it from the
telephone office.
Those who were first on the epot
could see the fire in the basement
through the windows, and shortly after
tine water had been turned on the
flames were extinguished, but it was
not until they had worked their way
up into the partition and were gradu
ally working their way up to the sec
ond floor. The men had some difficulty
in fighting the fire, but they managed
to get at It by cutting through the
walls on the second floor and driving
the water into the openings, and it was
der control and the water turned off. mandolin clubs
George Kenyon, a painter and paper
hanger, is sufferina from a painful
wound which he inilicted by suddenly
lowering his light hand on the sharp
points of a pair of big shears which
he was carrying in his side pocket,
lie was walking along the street with
a paper cutting board under his arm
and as it began to loosen from his
grip he suddenly made a quick move
in an attempt to recover it, and so
doing caught his hand on the shears,
which had just been sharpened. He
not only received a bad laceration of
the index finger of his right hand but
gave his palm an ugly jab which re
quired the services of a surgeon, who
took a number of stitches and careful
ly dressed the injured member. .
violin solo, Xocturne, Chopin, Mr.
OJrifflth; quartette, selected, W. S.
Slater, '14, S. A, Fuller, '14, F. S. Child,
'15, J. P. Margeson, '14; Melody in F,
A. Rubenstein, mandolin club; Han
over Winter Song, Hullard; Dartmouth
Song, f-egur, '92, glee club. Following
the concert, the members of the duos,
numbering nefrly 40, wre informally
entertained ' ;it the Colonial club on
High street.
W6&
temores
jShowPolisIws
After the fire had been extinguished
in the basement admission was. gained
and the gas which was escaping was
turned off with considerable difficulty.
Jt was fortnnate that another explo
sion did not occur with the presence of
go much gas in the cellar.
The Dartmouth college musical
clubs, which are on their regular
spring tour, gave a delightful concert
before a large and appreciative audi
ence at the assembly hall in the West
Broad street school building Thursday
evening. The first number on the
programme was When the Green Goes
Forth to Battle, and it was given with
a spirit characteristic of the Wah
Vhoo Wah fellows from the Granite
Htate. The glee club, which is a well
balanced organization, as is also the
case of the mandolin club, rendered
the .several numbers of the pro
gramme so well that they were obliged
to respond to several encores, well de- I
served. C. E. Griffith, Jr., who is Dart
mouth's wonderful violinist, played
with great expression and technique.
The concert was one of the most en
joyable ever given before a Westerly
audience. The programme follows;
Part. 1 When the Green Goes Forth
to Battle, Wilkinson, '14, glee and
The Birds and the
Brook, R.M. Stultz, mandolin club:
Beauteous NTight Baccarolle, Tales of
Hoffman. Offenbach, glee club; violin
solo. Caprice Viennours Kreisler, C. E.
Griffith. Jr., '15; Serenade D' Armour,
Von Blou, mandolin club. Part II
Popular medley, selected, glee club;
The Westerly party of delegates
from Phebo Green Ward chapter, D. A.
R.. consisting nf Mrs Edward M,
Burke, regent, Mrs. George P. lang-
don. Mrs. William Segar and Mrs.
George X. Burdick, leave Sunday noon
for- the 22d continental congress to be
held sit Washington from the 12th to
the 19th of this month. Mrs. William
Critcherson. one of the alternates, will
not leave at that time, but is expected
to join the Westerly ladies in Wash
ington about the middle of next week.
Prof. W. H. Munro of Brown uni
versity. Providence, president of the
Rhode Island Historical society, ad
dressed the members of the Westerly
Historical societv at their regular
meeting held in the assembly hall of
the Memorial buildinsr Thursday even
ing, there being a good attendance in
spite of several counter attractions.
The Opie Social club gave a social
and whist in their recently leased and
furnished rooms in the Welch block on
Broad street Wednesday evening, there
being about 30 at The tables when play
commenced- Miss Clara Sanborn won
the ladies' prize and Joseph Broadfoot
the gentlemen s. Refreshments were
served during the evening. .
X. Y., is
66 PDaw
YOU WILL FIND A FINE LINE OF
Baseballs, 5c to $1.25
Bats, 5g to $1.00
Gloves, 10c to
$1.00
FJfiST BASEMAN'S, FIELDEBS' AND CATCHERS'
LOTEL
Thames Square
Open Every Evening Telephone 595
Local Laconics.
Oliver E. Vars of Andover,
visiting in Westerly.
Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan of
Pawtucket called on friends in town
Thursday.
Irving Miner, who was threatened
with pneumonia a few days ago, is de
cidedly improved.
Evan Stewart of Xarragansett ave
nue is recuperating from his recent
attack of tonsilitis.
J. D. Haviland of Xorwich, a sum
mer cottager at Pleasant View, has
been a recent visitor in town.
Mrs. D. O. Earle and son of Wor
cester, Mass.. are spending a few days
with Mr. Earle at the Dixon house.
Mrs. George Howard and daughter
Elinor of Xiantic, Conn., are guests of
William Howard and family of Main
street.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Dunning and
daughter Alice have returned from a
few days' visit with friends at Cam
bridge, Mass.
The insurance on the stock in Iman
Elionskey's store on Canal street,
which was damaged by fire last Satur
day night, has been adjusted,
Prof. W. 11. Munro of Brown uni
versity, who addressed the members
of the "Westerly Historical society on
Thursday evening, was the guest of
Librarian and Mrs. H. L. Peacock of
Greenman Heights.
George Tindale, who has been su
perintending the construction of the
marble postofflce during Supt. Wil
liam Ijiiyster's absence from town, has
completed his work here and will re
turn' to Xew York the first of the
week.
A committee from the striking pav
ing cutters have met Manager Wil
liam Martin of the Smith Granite com
pany, but the trouble, which was
caused by some of the men being dis
satisfied with their boss, has not been
(settled yet.
FINEST QUALITY
LARGEST VARIETY
"ALB0"
cleans and whitens
canvas and leather
shoes. In round
white cakes packed
in cine boxes, with
spoaire, 10 cts. In
handsome, largre al
uminum boxes.with
spouse, 25c
f IffTJEX" combination for cleaning and pol
"ln ishins all kinda of russet or tan
shoes, 10c Dandy" size, 25c.
if RSI T FnSJF" he on,sr ladies' shoe dressing
bib I bUUb that positively contains OIX,.
Blacks and Polishes ladies' and children's boots
and shoes. Shines without rubbing, 23c,
".French Gloss," 10c,
"BflBY ELITE" combination for gentlemen
who take pride in having
their shoes look Al. Restores color and lustre
to all black shoes. Polish with a brash or cloth,
10 cents, "iilite" size, 25 cents.
f"l?!ra!ITF" ' liauid form with
vlb&linjIEi sponsre) anickly cleans
and whitens dirty canvas shoes, 10c. and 25c.
"Ityonr dealer does not keep the kind yon want, send us
the price in stamps for rull Btse pacsase. charges paid.
WHITTEMORE BROS. A CO..
20-26 Albany Street, Cambridge, Mass.
The Oldest and Largest Manfarfurers of
TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY.
New London
(NORWICH)
TO
NEW YORK
STEAM ER3
City of Lowell
and Chester W. Chapin
Choose thls'route nex-t time xu
to New York. Yeu'll have a rtelightfu.
voyago on Louk Island Sound and s
superb view of the wonderful eky Una
and water front of Manhattan Tslan.'t
Steamer leves New Loua-jn at 11 p
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u, n.asi Kiver, ai o.4o, and Pier a
North Rive- 7 o'clock next mornins'.
Meal Service a la Qart; Stater.-- .
NORWICH
NEW1 YORK
New England Steamship Co.
; ah .
Trolleys Leal
T "'
T&8 Busines
Center
cf Norwich
The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring
are completely overshadowed and forgotten in contemplation of an event which leads
the masculine half of humanity to an indulgence in promiscous profanity and which is
the terror and pride of the housekeeper ;
'otise Cleaning Time
COAL AND LUMBta
All S
izes
jus. i . i Srw- If 1ST Hi
We are prepared for this event witha complete line of all the cleaning helps which the
Let us help you out.
NOTE THE PRICES.
LonmrQ&DciDEP
cFuIl Assortment
CHAPPELL CO.
Central Wharf
BRANCH 150 Main Street
Te'iphonta
J. A. MORGAN & SON
GOAL
Office 57 Westlain St., Telephone b 10
Yard Central Wharf, Telephone S34
PROMPT DELIVERY
minds of triumphant women and terrified men have conceived
w
.80
flew York
CHELSEA LINE
Freight and passenger aerrlca
direct to tiew York.
From Wsrwicii Tuesdays, Thun
.ko's, uncl'iys, at 6.15 p. na.
New York, Pier 22, East R!vr.
loot Roosevelt Street. Mondays.
Wednesdays. Fridays, at f p. n
y.relg-ht received unt'l 5 p. m.
i?. V. KNOUSE, Agent
CLEANSERS
Bon Ami 3 for 25o
Sapolio 3 for 25o
Dutoh Scouring Bar ..6 for 25o
9c Dutch Hand Soap '....o
9c Soiloff , Bo
Gold Dust small size 7 for 25a
25c Gold Dust 4 pounds 19c
10o Anti Dust Sweeping Com
pound 8c
25c Anti Dust ..21c
Dutch Cleanser 3 for 25c
8c Borax 6c
BALTIC.
at j u ?' .- -2
IS
sHfnRIJ fR PAN I FEED str
i ?--"tr ii
S? .1 i5I I
OATS 96 lbs. per bag . $1.20
CORN 100 lbs. per bag 1.10
MEAL 100 lbs. per bag 1.15
CRACKED CORN 100 lbs. per bag 1.15
CHOPS 100 lbs. per bag 1.10
SCRATCH FEED 100 lbs. per bag 1.70
WHEAT 100 lbs. per bag 1.65
BRAN 100 lbs. per bag 1.15
PROVENDER 100 lbs. per bag 1.25
STOCK FEED 100 lbs. per bag 1 .25
CHICK FEED 1 00 lbs. per bag . l .85
INTERMEDIATE CHICK FEED
100 lbs. per bag , 1.85
LAYING MASH 100 lbs. per bag 1.90
BUFFALO GLUTEN 100 lbs. per bag 1.35
FLOUR per barrel .-. ; . . . . 4.85
FANCY SEED OATS 96 lbs. per bag 1.30
OYSTER SHELLS 100 lbs-, per bag 55
FREE DELIVERY IN CITY LIMITS AND TO
TROLLEY CAR
CHARLES SLOSBER
3 Cove Street
Afternoon of Bridge Eugene Gaucher
Injured St. Jean Society Meets
Teamsters' New Price Schedule.
The members of the Bridge club
met Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. William ii. Peek on Railroad
street. "Business matters of the club
were discussed and after tiie meet
ing and play a delightful luncheon,
was enjoyed by the members. Those'
present were: -Mrs. J. C. Stevens, i.'rs.
Frank E. Hull ami ijrs. William
Iiuekley of Baltic, .Mrs. Frank Tracy
of South Coventry, .Mrs. Richard Tor
rance of Greeneville. -Mrs. F. M. Wiiite
and Miss Anna Beardovv of Taftville.
Had Bad Fall.
Eugene Gaucher met with a pain
ful accident Wednesday evening while
on his way home from work, lie had
leached his home cn Railroad street
when, on mounting the steps, he slip
ped and fell on his face, cutting him
self severely and necessitating his
remaining in bed all day Thursday.
-Mrs. Joseph Holmes is visitinir rel- ;
I a Lives in Xatick, R. f. I
j Town Clerk A. P. Cote has already I
: issued several dog licenses to dot? own.
1 f'r- " j
I -VIrH- J- C. Stevens returned Wed
nesday evening from a trip to Wos- '
ton. I
AJis. Hugh Miller of Xew Ycti.
vis-itina- "Miss-Jennie Stewart.
Georye l.uiier and Peler Charon
w-re visiting; friends in Providence
Thursday. While there Mr. laicier
. purchased a tjne spaniel.
j One Application Received.
j At the regular monthly meeting of
Si. jean de llaptiste soeiety recently
. Ik Id in their rooms. President i.nuis
, Trudeau presided anil business affairs
I of the society were discussed. A larse
j number of members were present, and
! om- application for membership was
i received. .The socieiy is in a. very
j prosperous condition.
I Tax Collector MeGuire has up to
j dale secured a large pa merit of pcr
I sonal taxes.
! .Miss' Alida Frechette of Taftville
j was the finest of her uncle I.ouis Tru
i cleau Thursday. ,
I Vacation Until September Next. -i
Wilfred Bibeau returned this week
from St. Joseph's college, St.- Aime,
P. Q., to take a much needed rest.
The young- man will remain at home
the remainder of the school year and
will resume his studies when the col
lege opens next September.
. On New Schedule.
The teamsters of the town recently
made a change in their schedule of
prices and they now charge $5 per
team for nine hours' work and (55
cents per hour for less than five hours.
Charon's after-supiper sale Xo. 2
tonight. The merchandise offered is
of remarkable value and of finest
quality. Adv.
1
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m Jjjjjvzr.smr place f
IIT'? STREET Sc
JJJJJVZr.SlTY PLACE
One Block Weat or Broadway
NEW YORK CITY
Close
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MODE!
BATES
V?.:eS?siA3e anct RetaSS l
; restricts, KallroJid and I
ean?lil5 Lines. f
.i-.cjt.sj'irxi' sracxBwtoor i
(200 mih Bath)
OO PER BAY VP
KseeaZe.f Beirftiit ant Cale.
aaooerete rrnej..
ettd fir free iUastratedGntd(jM
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POLISHES
21c
45c
21c
25c Liquid Veneer
50c Liquid Veneer ..........
25c Cedarine
25c Matchless Gloss Furniture
- Polish 21c
10c X Ray Stove Polish 8c
15c Satin Gloss .-..12c
10c Electroline Silver Polish c
FINE LAUNDRY
SOAPS
At Sale Prices
ONLY ONE 25c LOT TO A
CUSTOMER
Lenex Soap 8 for 25c
Ivory Soap 6 for 25c
f-airy Soap 6 for 25c
Welcome Soap 6 for 25e
MISCELLANEOUS
Toilet Paper ... ...
Wire Coat Hangers....
Trouser Hangers ....
Combination Coat and
6 for 25o-
2 for 5o
... 15c
Trouser
YANTfC F'.PPE
Three-Foot Adder Killed Straw Ride
to Fitchville Supper Children's
Catalpa Trees Growinq.
served by the ladies of the Fitchville
Baptist church. Airs. William Man-
ning- of Yantic was one of the spea-k-i
ers during" the evening".'
Miss JjOis Manning 4ms returned
from a week's stay in Sew London
with relatives.
Returning to Canada.
Miss Celia Gibbs of Toronto, Ont.,
who has been spending the past three
weeks in town with relatives, left on
Thursday for ten days' stay in New
York before returning to Canaaa.
Catalpa Trees Growing.
The governor's proclamation ap
pointing; Arbor day Friday, April 18,
h;is been posted in the schools and
oilier public places. The school child-en
are bringing: in accounts of the
progress of the catalpa trees donated
two years ago by a Norwich business
jirm. Last year some of the trees
were in blossom.
Mr. and -Mrs. James Quinn have
moved here from Monson.
Mis. ifoward Ford has left for a
visit in JJrattleboro. Vt.
Caught Five Trout.
The most successful trout fisherman
in the village up to date is Carl ijent
ley, who strolled in early In the week
with live handsome, plump fish which
weighed four pounds. The streams iire
still high and the water cold or Mr.
Kcnfley would have caught more,
.lhn i'rink. a successful youthful a.n
P.ier around here, fished half the day
Saturday and only caught one.
Air. and ilrs. W. W. Weeks and son
o," Vs UUmantie spent Sunday with
Yantic relatives.
Hangers 10c
Combination Skirt and . Coat
Hangers 7T. 19c
Wood Coat Hangers ............ 5c
Skirt Hangers 5c
MISCELLANEOUS
Asbestos Iron Holders.. 4c
Shelf Paoer 3o
Large Egg Beaters 12c
Columbia Scales 89c
Galvanized Iron Pails. ..17c, 19c, 21o
Galvanized Tubs 69c
Galvanized Tubs 75o
39c Wall Clothing Dryers 25c
$1.19 Clothes Racks large 95c
45c Clothes Racks 39c
1.75 Ironing Table $1.25
$1.25 Wash Bench 95c
Round Splint Clothes Baskets.. 29c
OVAL WILLOW BASKETS
Medium y. 83c
Large ." . .93c
Extra Large $1.05
Wet-wash Baskets 69c and 79c
Clothes Pins a dozen 1c
BROOMS, MOPS "
AND BRUSHES
35o
49c
55c
65c
25c
35c
65c
Brooms
Brooms
Brooms
Brooms
Dustless Dusters
. . . . ....35c
.....-. .... .45o
. , ... . ..... . . ... 59o
,,w...21e
Dustless Broom Covers...... .31 o
Dustless Dry Mopa.,.....50o
75c Dustless Dry Meps..,.....65c
25c Bric-a-brac Mops. . . . .21o
Dustless Utility Brushes... .... .50c
Dustless Radiator Brushes. .... ,75c
Window Brushes 50o
Counter Brushes . ... . ..15c, 25c, 30o
Scrub Brushes ......5c, 8c, 10c, 15e
(m A
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Fres Fuming Kinds and L
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
k D. LATH R OP,
."f.ce cor- Market snd Shetucei
Teleohon- 1S3-1.
CALAMITE GOAL
"Jt burns up
Well Seasoned Wo 3d
BATH ROOM FIXTURES
98c Glass Shelves' . .85o
$1.19 Glass Shelves ..95o
$1.25 Glass Shelves -...-..--.$1.10
$1.50 Glass Shelves ...$1.35
25c Tub Soap Dishes. .. ......... 21o
50c Tumbler Holders..... . ..39o
59c Tumbler and Brush Holders. 45o
65c Towel Bars . ,BQc
75c Towel Bars E5o
85c Towel Bars ,.............69o
39c WhiskHolders ...25o
39c Robe Hooks 25o
98c Tumbler and Soap Holders.. 75o
98c Tumbler and Brush Holders. 75o
TRIPLE COATED ENAMEL WARE
YOUR CHOICE
Smoothly and evenly coated utensils of fine Enamel Ware
which will stand the test of time. The lot includes Berlin
Kettles, Lipped Sauce Pans, Tea ami Coffee Pots, Dish Pans,
Covered Straight Sauce Pans, Covered Sauce Pots, Lipped
Preserving Kettles.
t
c each
C. . llASS(Ei.L
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SALESROOM
OPEN
8 a. m. to 12 m.
1 jy. m. to 5 p. m.
Daily except Saturdaj a
P0NEM AH MILLS
Taftville, Conn.
Take Taftville or Wiiyniantie cars
CL0RGE C Oit.VMf.
Indertaker anil Erabaliu:
12 Frovideaee SI.. Tallvills
I'rompt .tteotioa to day or oiht calls.
Telephone (30. ajrl4M WFiwi
LEGISLATIVE LORE
Middletown. Plans for clean-up
week in Middletown beginning- May 4
liu. e been completed and circulars de
tailing them are to be printed in Eng
lish, Polish and Italian, so that there
will be a thorough understanding ot
what is intended.
Miss Elizabeth Gibbs of the Roose
velt hospital staff, New York, has been
spending several days here with her
brother, Hermon J. Gibbs.
-Mr. and Airs. Edward Weeks of
Groton were guests Sunday of Mrs.
Martin Weeks and visiting Miss Ber
tha Weeks, who is recovering- at the
l!;ukus hospital after a surgical opera
tion. Miss Weeks has been in the
hospital 13 weeks.
Killed Big Adder.
Howard Ford killed an adder three
feet long Sunday. Considering the
tempera ti' re of 40 decrees about all
day Sunday, this makes one wonder
how maiiy win be out when the weath
er gets warmer.
Clifford Heath of Lebanon spent
Sunday with friends here.
Miss Maud Chapman of Stafford was
a guest Tuesday of Mrs. Thomas JLiili
bridge. -Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eldridxe of Xew
London were guests this week of rel
atives here.
Straw Ride io Ficchviiie.
Several from Yanl'c had a siiaw
ride to Fitchville Wednesday night,
where they enjwyed a chicken supper
RHEUMATIC
PAINS GO
SWOLLEN JOINTS ,
VANISH
RHEUM A Greatest Remedy For
Rheumatism, Gout and Sciatia Only
. 50 Cents and Money Back from
The iee & Osgood Co. If It
Doesn't Satisfy.
Thousands of persons during the last
year freed themselves from the bond
age of Rheumatism; rid themselves of
the torturing pain; reduced the swollen
joints; threw away canes and crutches,
and from helpless beings became able
to work and be of use to themselves
and their families.
They took RHEUM A; the modern
enemy1 rji? Rheumatism, which is also
sure to cure Lumbago. Sciatica, Arth
ritis, Gout, Chronic Neuralgia or Kid
nev disease.
Don't be skeptical about EHBDMA.
You will, know in a few hours after
beginning the treatment that the
poisonous Uric Acid is leaving your
system through the natural channels.
You will feel better jn a day; you will
know you are going to be cured in less
tiiail a weeiv.
Don't think because RHEUMA is
sold for only 50 cents a bottle that it
won't bring you back to health. There
is no guess work about it. RHEUMA
is better than any remedy at ten times
the price. Ask Lee & Osgood Co.
The committee on roads, bridges and
rivers made unfavorable report on the
act that would reduce the ferriage
rates on the New Ixndon-Groton fer
ry. Mr. Macdonald in explaining the
bill said the present lease of the ferry
company would expire In four years
and that the present rates were lower
than any other ferry in the state. Aft
er careful investigation, the commit
tee .voted unanimously for unfavorable
report. Without debate, the report of
the committee was accepted and the
bill rejected.
The committee on excise reported
unfavorably on the bill to increase the
fee for liquor license to $750. On mo
tion of Mr. King of Fairfield the bill
was tabled for calendar and printing.
The committee also reported unfavor
ably on the measure to issue license
one for each 1,000 of population, in
stead of one for each 500, as at pres-.
ent. The report was tabled for calen
dar and printing. The same commit
tee made unfavorable report on the
proposition to give taxpayers the right
to appeal from the decision of county
commissioners in the matter of re
moving of saloons from one building
to another. It was explained by Mr.
O'Keefe of Orange that such a right
existed under the present law. Report
accepted and bill rejected.
The committee on banks made un
favorable report on the act to extend
the time of organization of the John
Winthrop Trust . company of New
London. It was explained that a re
vival of the charter was desired, but
there was no appearance at the com
mittee hearing'. The report was ac
cepted and the bill rejected.
caretaker. As the house has become
dilapidated, the trustees asked for an
Increase in appropriation for the next
two years of $1,000. The committee
made favorable report on an appro
priation of $3,000, and the report was
accepted and the bill passed.
The bill that referred to the delivery
of intoxicating liquora to minors came
from the senate rejected, and like
action was taken in the house, as the
matter is fully provided for in the existing-
law.
Our
Ceylon and Formosa
TEAS
are Increasing in popularity con
tinually. The case that is use 1 at
headquarters in getting Cup Quality
enables us to serve you at, 2c per
pound and give you bcttrr and mora
uniform flavor than you ret elsewhere
for twice our price.
UnitedTea Importers .'o.
Franklin Square, over Somers 3ro.
The historic Henry Whitfield house
in Guilford, owned by the state of
Connecticut, was given additional aid
by the state at Thursday's session.
The state makes an annual appropria
tion of $1,000 for the care of the prop
erty, which includes the pay of a
The railroad committee made un
favorable reports upon the bills that a
tare of three cents be the charge
when seats are not provided in trolley
cars, and that the payment of trans
portation of members of the general
assembly be paid by the town. The
reports were accepted and bill rejected.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
O A 3 T O R I A
am cook
De
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 7th
A NEW HAT
at the
3
Palace Pool and Billiard
49 Main street -
Parlors,
HUB
RANGE
Am cooker
Would you rather have the sun shine in
4 rooms or 5 ?
We HEAT the back of the oven, others
only cover it with tin and asbestos.
MaAm
Have Heat on Five Sides
O-" of the 0ven
(25)
Better,
Less Fuel
More Heat Around
HUB Oven Means
Quicker Bake -
in tram Engtan'd Best in thm World 8
' IfBBUT THE.3AME
SCHWARTZ, BROS.,
, Norwich, Conn., Agents
SMITH1 S ANTHONY CO.. MAKERS. BOSTON. MASS.
HAVE YOU A
A FHIEN!) THAT
HAS ASTHMA?
To You
Recommend AS-MOON.
It will at the first relieve and
eventually cure ASTHMA In i's
most stubborn torm. Order
through your druggist.
The Moon Pharmacy,
465 Bank St., New London
Norwich Veterinary Hospital
DR. F. D. COLES,
Proprietor
Rear 17 Chestnut Street
Phone Connection
IF YOU
are thinking of a
SPRING SUIT
call and see what I can
do for you.
C0XETER, Tailor
33 Broadway
Post Cards
Stationery
Novelties
10
STANDARD ipC
PATTERNS Ix)
riTTED ON UVINO MODCLJ
The Broadway Store,
Opposite the Y. M. C. A., 67 Breadwly
t'HICRIS 1 no aavertlMnar martini. .
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