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NORWICH BULLE'tiN. locoLlAY, JULY 14,-1914
INw L,oricIori
Wn f rs. Sydney 8. Brewster Pro
. bated, in Spit of Oppoaitlon'of Wii-
liimntio Relative Wadding . Anni
t veraary Celebrated.
The win of -Mrs. Mary B. Brewster,
widow of Sydney 9. Brewster, whoso
death occurred in the latter part of
May, contains several oecjuests of In
terest to Mystic people and the local
Methodist Episcopal church. It was
presented in the Stonington probate
court on June t and after the hearing
being' continued three times, was ad
mitted to probate by Judge Ellas B.
Hinckley. Qeorge B. Grinnell. named
in the will, qualified as executor. The
bequests include the stun of 11.604 to
the Mystlo Mwtbodtet church to be
need for repairs, iiwrovwnrt and
furnishings of the parsonage, J1.000 to
the foreign Missionary of the Meth
odist Bptsoopal church. $1,000 to the
Hon Missionary of Methodist
topiaoopei church and H.OOO to the
Southern Kw England Methodtst con
ference Income fund for the benefit
of oonference claimants needy min
isters. The residence of the testatrix
Im bequeathed to the housekeeper,. Mrs.
Awry. The residue of the estate goes
to a grandson the nearest living rel
ative, Henry B. Brewster of New York.
Several smaller bequests were made
to distant relatives. Considerable op-
, position was made to probating the
will by outside parties, one .of these
being Mrs. William Brewster of Wil
limanttc, -who was represented at the
hearing by Attorney Whiting of New
Haven. Attorney Badlai A, Hull of
New London appeared for the execu
tor. Several bequests were, made to
persons not now living.
' Installation Mystio Encampment.
The following officers of Mystic en
campment. I. O. O. B, were Installed
jFYtday eweota- by IMstrict Deputy
Orand Patriarch StephenJ. Austin and
T suite: Chief patriarch, A. Orville
Lewis; (senior warden, (Edgar "Wil
liams; high priest, William McCaus
land; recording scribe. Bobert Holi
day; financial scribe. C. C. Potter;
treasure!; Samuel - Stewart; Junior
warden. Oeorge H. Oriswold; first
Watch, William -Hughes; seaond watch,
.Orris Perry; third watch. Charles
Craig: fourth watch, Benjamin Ben-
- dltt; inside sentinel, Arthur T. Brown;
outside sentinel, Edmond Taylor;
guide, Charles Sweet; first guard of
tent. Tteacy Bmvows; second guard
of tent, IjsoBssd J. Hermes: .
After the ceremony cake and Ice
ream was served and a smoke talk
.vat enjoyed.
. .; Married Twenty-six Years,
Mr. and Mrs. IVed Godfrey enter-
'teined on Sunday. Mrs. Godfrey's sla
... tier and family, Mr. and Mra Conrad
Kretzer and Mr. and 'Mrs. Leonard
Hermes and daughter. Miss IsabeUe
Kretzer Hermes. It was the twenty--irixth
anniversary of the marriage -of
Mr. and Mrs. Kretzer and a very pleas
ant time Was enjoyed at this . anni
versary. Personal Mention.
Mrs. Catherine Haley and daughter
Miss Lacy Haley, whtf hare spent sev
eral months abroad, have sailed for.
New York. '
Mr. and Mrs. CLareaoe (Bradley and
son of New York are at Willow Point
for the summer.- - --
Mrs. XL - B. Saunders, Miss , Oriola
Davidson and Waiter Elmer and Stew
art Saunders are the guests of , Mr,
and Mrs. J. Aldan Baunders on ..Ash
bey street. r
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis are. on
their retain trio after two months
stay ta Spain. " , - . , f
Frank N. GOflHan of New Britain,
Ira F. Korea of New Haven, Edward
SchofleM of Springfield. John H. Hoxle
of Boston, Harris Brown of Provii.
dence. Hiram Burnett, David Gallup,
Harry Hoxle, Roscoe Burrows, William
. Brand of New - York were at their
homes here over Sunday. .
F, E. Kutscher of Stratford Elected
High School Principal Rev. J. C.
Lynch to Leave for Bridgeport July
29th. . ' . . '
. Funeral of Sister Loretta Held From
Convent Local Men Fined "- For
Over .Celebrating.
Sister Loretta of the Convent of the
-Holy Family who had been ill for a
niimber of months, died at the convent
on Saturday. Her name in the world
. was Miss Laura Pothler Remy. She
was born at Flskdale, Mass., 26 years
ago. Sister Loretta entered the con
vent three years ago- but owing to her
poor health was not able to endure the
fatigue of the long voyage to Hol
land, preparatory to taking her final
vows with the other novices.
Though but three years in the con
vent her amiable, self-sacrificing dis
position had endeared her to all -end
her peaceful, happy death was a fit
ting dose to a young and saintly life..
Sister Loretta Is survived - by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Remy of
Webster, Mass., " and several brothers
and sisters. The funeral was held on
Monday morning from the convent at
10 o'clock. A solemn high, mass was
celebrated at St. Mary's church by her
brother. Rev. Hormldas A. Remy, of
Holyoke, Mass. Rev. . TJ.- O. Bellerose
of Taftvflle - was deacon. Rev. John
' Landry sub deacon and Rev F. S. Des
sunealt nf - Occum assistant. Other
. ipriests present were Rev.. J. J. Papil
lon. Rev. T. F. Bannon, Rov. B, , P.
Morrtesey. Rev. W. A. Keefe and Rev.
Brother Wilfred Bfbeault. The bear?
- ers were Dr. B. Oonture of Taftville,
Postmaster Thomas Sullivan, Timothy
Day. and Joseph Lavailie. - The Sis
ters of Charity acoompamed their dead
eompaion to St. ' Mary's cemetery
where bunai took place. . '
Paid Fines For Celebrating.
A certain number of the sporting
element of the town celebrated the
Fourth too boisterously and as are
: cult wese brought before Justice of
- the Peace . Thomas F. Kelly, Monday
afternoon on a charge brought against
them by the N. Y.. N. H. & H. R. R.
As the charge was not of a serious
native Justice Kelly fined the law
breakers a dollar and costs, and gave
them some good advice. -They were
all willing to pay then fines.
. . Katherlne Hemmert . of Hartford Js
: the guest of Renelda Hines.
Herbert J. Barnett of Daniels on has
retnrned to resume work at the She
tucket Worsted mills.
The moment that Resinol Ointment
touches itching skin -the itching stops
and healing Begins. That is why doc
tors have prescribed it successfully
for nineteen years In even the sever
est cases of ecaema, poison ivy, tetter,
ringworm,- rashes and' other tormenting,-
disfiguring skin "eruptions. - Aided
by warm - baths with Resinol Soap,
Resinol 'Ointment makes the skin or
scalp perfectly healthy, quickly, easily
and at little cost.. -. . -
Resinol Ointment,' contains nothing
harsh or injurious and can be need on
the tenderest -or..-most Irritated ' sur
face. Practically every druggist sells
Resinol Ointment (Sc and f l) and,
Resinol Soap (JSC). For trial Ire,
writs to Dept. Z8-K, Keeinoi, tsaiu
more M
At: a recent meeting of the ;Ston
lngton town school committee a conj
slderable time was devoted to' the se
lection of a high school principal for
the ensuing year; The choice finally
fell upon F. E. Kutscher of Stratford.
Mr. Kutscher was graduated from
Harvard in and has studied in the
graduate departments of Columbia and
Yale. He has had 14 years' successful
experience in private and public school
work. The-last two years he has bean
principal of the Stratford High school.
Mr. Kutscher is married and has one
child. He will move his family to
Stonington before taldng up his new
duties in September.
Father Lynch to Leave July 29th.
The Rev. J. C. Lynch of St. Mary's.
Roman Catholic church, who has ben'
promoted to the pastorate of St. Peter's
church, Bridgeport, will leave town the
29th. -
Special Borough Meeting.
' The voters of the borough have been
warned to meet . in a special session
Thursday evening to approve an ordi
nance drafted by the warden and bur
gesses requiring the licensing of all
peddlers "Within the borough limits.
Flagpole Dedication Plans.
The new steel memorial flagpoles
will be dedicated on Saturday morn
ing, Aug. 8, one by the Tierney cadets
and one by the Boy Scouts. The execu
tive committee has adopted a town
flag of blue bunting with a white
circle. ' -
: Motor Boat Club. -
Steps are being taken to form a
motor boat club here and lease the
boathouse and yard at the foot of
Water street owned by the estate of
Samuel H. Chesebro.
Firemen's Committee Meets.
The Joint firemen's memorial day
committee met in Stonington Fire En
gine rooms Monday evening. The com
mittee is composed of Chief E. P. Teed.
Assistant Chief C. D. Main. Norman F.
Wilcox. A. C. Slade of Pioneer Hook
and Ladder company, Paul Bugel and
Harold C. Saunders of the Steam Fire
UllgllW VVUlltMtllJ, IWUQlb vacuo u . ,
F. GHmartin of the police and J. A. ;
Robinson and F. V. Matthews of Nep- ,
tune Hose company. ,
Borough Brevities.
- Leon Jarvls of Lynn, (Mass., Is vie-.
Iting his father-in-law, John Mullaneyf
who is seriously ill at his home here.
Thomas Vennard, who was operated
on for appendicitis at a hospital at
New-London, is improving.
John Bellamy has returned to Hud
son, Mass., after spending a few days
in town.
Mrs. H. F. Daboll 4s visiting at the
home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Richard WiUdrfson.
George Crumb of Bay View avenue,
who has been confined to the bouse
for some time with an attack of rheu
matism, is able to be out.
Yacht Sachem Is in the Stonington
harbor. '
Otis Barrows of Washington;D. C,
is a guest of Rev. D. C. Stone at The
Parsonege by the Sea. ,
Miss Nellie Rose is visiting In Taun
ton. Mass. -'
Mr. and Mrs.- Antonio Oardo of
Taunton, Mass., are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Sylvia at their home on
Wall street.
Henry (Lanz was a business caller' In
town Monday.
Samuel Butler has. returned to Wal
tam,. Mass.. after a visit here.
Secretary Wilson Wires from Wash.
Jngton Asking If Mills Have Work
' for Unemployed Salem Textile
At . the regular' monthly meeting of
the board of warden and burgesses
'Burgess Myott of the fire commission
reported the purchase of 12 chairs and
260 feet of hose, for the fire depart
ment. A complaint was reported of the
condition of the sidewalk in front of
the house occupied by J. E. Phillips.
The Slater company will be notified to
put the walk in proper condition.
It was voted to ratify the action of
the treasurer in paying interest on
funding bonds to the Thames .National
bank, $604, and to the J. C. Waters
company for six months' use of hy
drants, $600, and water for hose house,
The following bills were voted paid:
F. H. Gilbert, streets, garbage, moving
hose house, $468.75; J. H. Tracy, sup
plies for park and hose house, $14.24;
Martin Wolfe police duty . -$51.43 1
Dearnley & Clarke chairs for hose
house. $24; Southern New England
Telephone company, phone for hose
house, $8.35; Chapman & Tripp, labor
and material, $3.6; A. A, Young Hoje
and Ladder company, - No. 1, salaries
and Janitor, $202; Jewett City electric
light plant, streets, hose house and
library, $157.06; state of Connecticut,
ballots, $12.36; - W. T. Crumb, salary
and expenses as clerk and treasurer,
$78.23;- Louis M. Gingras, tax collector,
$85.15; George W. Robinson, labor and
sprinkler, $14.60; Eureka Fire Hoae
Manufacturing company, new hose,
Attended Funeral.
Mrs. Hattie Jerome of Providence
was among the out of town relatives
who attended the funeral services of
Albert G. Brewster in Jewett City
Mrs. IF. D. Ballou recently entertains
the Ladies' society of the Congrega
tional church at a lawn social at her
home in Sylvandale.
T. E. Lee was in Danielson Monday
to be present at the burial serviced of
William W. Sherman, a former resi
dent of Jewett City.
' Wans for Baptist Picnic!
The ; annual picnic of the Baptist
Sunday school is to be at Bishon'a
Crossing, Saturday. July 25. The f ol-
lumuK t-wujniiiBeB were eiecxen Sun
day Transportation, G. H. Prior, H. JT.
Willcox, A. M; Brown; ice cream. Miss
Alice a. 'tsrown'e class; lemonade, E.
M. Gray and Deacons D. L. Phillips
and E, C. Willcox;. amusements, tne
Knights of Honor class.
Manufacturers to Give Employ
ment to Salem Workers. -
We have crossed "the river of doubt" whether to put on our Annual
. Clearance Sale during July or wait until August -:"
We Will
Wear for
Saving on
Split Our Prices on Exclusive lines of High Grade
a Point That Meansa Tremendous
of Established Value
Men to
' . Lrin . '
Choose Ltaia iuuu cxi uu jruu a
10 ier Xecs. - kew it aave a deiigauaa
voyM iw Lrfa mmm aotuui u
supa.o vw . the wunaviitu kiiB
ana -watertroai ox .Muxiutciaa Uteid.
steamer leave New London at 11
f. so. daily texcept Sundays due Nesf
Mork, Pier 70. it Hiver. aa4
Pier M, Korth. Kiver, 1 'cleck nz
Meal la Carte
Tickets an ataieroesM iron huh
umi railroad statlea
including Shirts, .Neckwear, Straw Hats, Caps,
Cloth Hats, Rain Coats, Bathing Suits, Under
wear, Silk Half-Hose, Outing Hats, Terry Bath
robes, Umbrellas, Children's Underwear, Etc.
There Will Be No Fake Reductions, But a Legitimate Sacrifice
from Former Prices
To Hew York
-All Outside Rooms
Excellent Dining Service
Leaves Norwich Tuesdays,
Tnursdays and Sundays at &.ia
p. m.
Leaves New York Mendaye.
Wednesdays ar.d Fridays at i
p. m.
Express service at freight -atea.
Tel 117 F. V. Knouse, Agent
SILK SHIRTS from $6.00 to $4.50
SILK SHIRTS from $3.50 and $4XW to $2-98
SILK SHIRTS from $3-00 to $2.69 ,
SILK and LINEN SHIRTS from $4.00 to $2.98
CREPE MADRAS SHIRTS from $2.50 to $1.89
sizes from 13V2 to18 from $2.00 to $1.49
'$lt9 v " ' xv" -
CALE SHIRTS, all sizes, from $1.50 to $1.19
$1.00 to 79c
SHIRTS made all ways, coat style or not, soft French
cuffs or stiff cuffs, collars attached or without and all
sizes up to J8
Our entire line of $1.00 CAPS now 69c
Our entire line of $2.00 CLOTH or SILK OUTING
HATS now $1.49
Our entire line of $1.50 CLOTH or SILK OUTING
HATS now $1.19
Our entire line of $1.00 NECKWEAR now 79c
Our entire line of 75c NECKWEAR now 55c
Our entire line of 50c NECKWEAR now 35c, 3 for$l
I Twenty dozens MEN'S SILK HOSE from 50c, now
35c, 3 pair $1.00
TERRY BATHROBES for Beach-wear from $5.00
now $3.75
HALF former prices. 4 -
for Plumbers Steam Fit
ters and Mills
Itu Harwich Uing Supply Eouss
Phone 13.
Central Wharf
291 Main Street
Norwich, Conn.
Flumblns as It should be doae U
tbe kind we do. Opes, every Joist
tight, sanitary and latest, su le plumbs
Int. - -
sect of .batb tubs, latest devices la
water closets, sinks, and verytMssj
you can tbtak of In tbe plnmblns Une.
Call js up on me 'pnone, write e
see us. We will fix r up la eTo4
snape at a moderate price. ,
Telephone 734 12 Ferry Street
Heating and Plumbing
92 Franklin Street y
10 West Main Street, Norvr'sch,' Corm.
Atomt for K. ia C. fineet Packlas
Manufacturers in town received te e
grams from Secretary W. B. Wilson,
Washington, D. C, - Monday asking if
they could give employment to any of
the textile laborers at present home
less and Idle in Salem, Mass. Those
questioned were requested, to answer
at once by wire.' . . ..... ,
iMethodist Sunday School Picnic Com
mittees. The Methodist Sunday school picnic
Is to be at Bishop's Crossing Saturday,
July 8. The committees are: CJeneral
committee, composed of the teachers
of the school, Robert Robertson chair
man; apprts, Karl Move ana A. u.
Burdick; ' provisions. Miss Florence
Thatcher, Misses Margaret and Bessie
McCluggage and Miss . Esther ' Harr'.s;
transportation, S. Thatcher; finance,
Clarence Jeffere.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. .Marshall are at
Gales Perry for a. week. .-
Daniel Malimey of Wauresan " was
the guest'of Mr. and ilre, John FiU
gerald Sunday, -
Picnic Held by Mizpah Class Summer
Guests Who Come and . Go.
The Mizpah class, composed of about
45 of the women of the Baptist church
and congregation, held its anpual pic
nic Monday on the lawn at the home of
Mrs. Roswell Lamb. A good number
was present and enjoyed the out of
door games provided. Refreshments
were served -at the close of the after
noon. .
Many Visit the Point.
Groton Lone Point was visited by
large numbers Sunday. Several cot
tages are in different stages of com
pletion. The work on the road from
the Point to this village will soon re
commenced Masons' Island ferryboat was well
patronized Sunday, many out of town
guests taking the delightful little sail
from this village. Improvements are
continually going on here. Most of the
ocupants of the cottages have arrived.
Village .nterests. v
Myles Standish of Norwich has re
turned after a visit in Noank.
Misses Jane ana Jessie Ingham of
Waltham, Maes., , are visiting Noank
relatives. ' ' . .-'
Miss Irene Stabler has returned to
New London.
Herbert Marron, who has been on
Mason's Island for two weeks, has re-
turned to Meriden.
Miss Hannah Mallon of New Lon
don has been the guest of Miss Athena
Bailey at Groton Long Point. '
Miss Wflhelmina. Van Winkle of
Rutherford, N. J., has arrived at the
"Van Winkle cottage t Mason's Island.
Arthur Wood worth has returned to
Fisher's Island ' after a visit at his
home here.
Mrs. Albert Rathbun Is in Norwich,
visiting her dahghter, Mrs. Eugene
Smith. ' - -' "
Mrs. L. LC Park, who is seriously ill,
shows slight Improvement,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Babcock have
been entertaining guests from Plain
ville. -
Miss Maud Crane has returned to
New York after visiting her aunt, Mrs
Anna Rogers. '---
. Miss Betty Peters of New York is at
Rivervifw cottage.
Mrs. Jane Carson has been enter
taining Mr. and -Mrs. Bernard Gaudet
of Philadelphia and Walter Welsh of
New Jersey. .
Jack Ersldne has returned to -his"
home in New Jersey after a visit here.
Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Potter have re
turned from , a visit ' to Waterford
frienda. .: ' -
Miss " Florence Gillis. has ; gone to
Chicago to spend the remainder of "the
summer ' "V
Compensation Case in Columbia.
The first case in Columbia to - come
under the workmen's compensation
act is that of Erail Hennequin, Jr., who
died from Injuries received while in
the employ of the town inworking the
highways. The town had an insurance
policy with a company of Hartford
covering all liability under the com
pensation act for all employes or the
town. A statement and application
for compensation has been forwarded
to the company by the local agent.
Judgment Deferred.
"Are college students mutts?"
Lincoln Steffens. We shall hold an
expression of opinion until we learn
the ..whereabouts of Mr. Steffeas'
alma mater. 'Montgomery Advertiser.
A Suspicious Nature.
Probably the Colonel, refusing to
take a four-month rest, suspects the
doctor of prescribin- on behalf of
the enemy. New York World.
Cure -for Blindness.
Hope it's true, as reported, that
radium will cure blindness. Price of
it is enough to make persons oDen
their eyes. New York Evening Tele
gram. ,
Why not atttend to It now? It will to
f ully as easy aBd eoxremieDt tor yott
to have tbe work dono now as late
when It may be freeslif; weather.
' Estimates cheerfully furnished ca
any work you need done,
67 West Main SL
Not So Publicly.
Unlike the umpire, the court can
render a decision, in a baseball re
without running the risk of being
called a robber. Toledo Blade.
The Fenton Building Co
Stops Neuralgia Kills Pain.
Sloan's Liniment gives instant relief
from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It goes
straight to the painful part Soothes t
tho Nerves and Stops the Pain. It is I
also good for Rheumatism. Sore
Throat, Chest Pains and Sprains. You
don't need to rub it penetrates. Zar.
J. R. Swinger. Louisville, Ky., writes:
"I suffered with quite a severe Neu
ralgic Headache for four'months with
out any relief.. I used Sloan's Llni
menf for two or three nights and I
haven't suffered with my head since."
Get a bottle today. Keep in the house
all the time for pains and all hurts.
25c, 60c, and $1.00, at your DruggisC
Buck,en'&. Arnica Salve for all
You're Bilious and Costive!
Sick Headache, Bad Breath, Sour
Stomach. Furred Tongue and Indiges
tion, Mean Liver and Bowels clogged.
Clean up tonight. Get a 25c bottle of
Dr. King's New Life Pills today and
empty the stomach and bowels of fer
menting, gassy foods and -waste. ' A
full bowel movement gives a satisfied
thankful feeling makes you feel fine.
Effective, yet mild. Don't gripe. 25c,
at jour Druggist, v '
Buckley n'B Arnica. Salve for Burna
16 4 7
Adam's Tavern
18 61
offer to jLhe public iae finest stand art;
brands of ieox at tturope and Americ
Bohemian. .fiiutir. emu; bach .bavarian
Beer, Dau fta and liuiion kuniM
Scotch Ale, GuAness' Uubiin stout,
C. ec C Imported Uicger Aie Bunker '
Hill P. B. Aie,. Frank Jones' Nourlak- '
lng Ale, SterUng Bitter Ale, Anheusz,
budweisor Scants and PabsC
A. A. ADAM, Nerwioh Tow '
Telephone 447-14
Clean-up Sale of
Odd lumbers
Of Thermos Bottles
While they last we will seU the following Thermos
. Bottles at a great reduction:
Usual Sale
Price . Price
3 pints, oxidized copper .. S3.50 $2.75
3 quarts, oxidized copper. ..... .$4.50 $3.50
2 quarts, oxidized silver .$3.50 $2.75
1 quart, oxidized silver $4.50 $3.50
3 pints, gun metal. ...... :. $3.50 $2.75 .
2 quarts, gun metal . .;. $4.50 $3.50
6 quarts, brown enamel. .... . . .$2.50 $1.88
2 quarts, black enamej. . . . .$3.00 $2.00
These are extra good bottles, in perfect condition, but odd lots.
TBKlu: is no aOTurtlstns;' meaiu'-i la
Eaaido Connecticut CMUal to Xhe Bui.
iun for btuiaess tesult.
We cannot get any more after these are gone. If you are in need
of a "Thermos" or are thinking of making a gift, take advantage .
of this sale. ' '
. Dental burgeon
McGrory Building,
Norwich, Conn.
Tlopkins & Co."s Light Dinner Ale,
r ic per uozin.
j Koehler's Pilsner. 60o per dozen.
- Trommer's Kvergreen, 75c per dorm,
i Free delivery to all parts of the city.
H. JACKEL at CO. telephone 136-i
So you will say if youtry Brewery
Bottling served at
D. J. McCORMNICK'S, Distributor
Pbone 1214-2
fram Aonir.g Corns and Bunions by
j using Dunn's Corn Solvent, a perfect
j ly safe cure for corns, bunions an
! warts. Buy a bottle today, use as di
' rested and you'll find tat your cor--sJ
bunions or warts have disappeared
Dunn's Pharmacy
THKftss is an Kverasins; meaiu.'B t
Eastern ConneeUoot eaual LC ae..aiu
Uai i-tf UiiaiM' Vuiia

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