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: NORWICH uULLEm FRIDAY, JULY 17. 1314
GREEN CORN fram . Orltnt x
te at Mon today. -
TELEPHONE PEAS, .., 60o
SUMMER SQUASH ...... 04
NATIVE CUKES 04o
SWEET POTATOES 07o
NATIVE TOMATOES ........ 1Se
NEW KINO LETTUCE .......... 12c
INDURDUL POTATOES ....3lb 25c
CAU LI FLOWER ........ ...... . ; 25o
VEG. MARROW 15c
PEACHES 2qts, 25o
ARIZONA MELONS ....... 2 for 25c
RED n4 YELLOW
8IPI0 BEANS 1So
LIMA BEANS- 15c
One-half Watermelon cold for lunch.
Red Raspberries, Currants, Huekle
berries. Nativa Spring Lamb la fin.
MISS M, C ADLES
THE HIGH COIFFtRB"
la all th style this summer. To prop.
rly arrange the hair In this becoming
ay Is quite a knack. Call and Miss
Adlea will show you how to arrange it,
free of charg-e for thla week. -EVERYTHING
FOR THE HAIR.
808 Maim Street, Best to Chelae Bank.
Tel. 652-. Jy6d
T. P. MAINE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office Ward Building, Corner Main and
. Market Streets.
Office Hours, 9-11 a. m., 3 to 4 p. m.
6 to 8 p. m.
Twenty-five dollara reward will be
paid to anyone who will give me in
formation that will lead to the arrest
and conviction of the person or persons
who broke into the locks of my row
beat, moored In Preston City pond.
F. L. OSGOOD.
We still have a large assortment of
the different grades left over, and at
greatly reduced prices, which will
be pleased to show you.
Molding end Cut Out Borders to
match same. Also Paints, Muresco
in white and tints, and general assort
ment of decorative' supplies,. including
Tapier M.tchle for halls and vestibules.
Orders .received for painting, paper
bagging aud decorating.
P. F. MURTAGH
Telephone 92 and 94 West Main St.
of Summer Shirts Straw Hats,
Neckwear of the better grades
Underwear and Half Hose.
Remarkably low prices on
high grade Men's Wear at
The Toggery Shop
291 Main Street
John A. Morgan & Son
No. 2 Nut $6.00 per ton
Office and Yard Central Wharf
Ernest E. Ballard
In Wilttasantla two, Yy eass
Per appointments address - K.
C BULL AND, Bliss Plaae, Nor.
f. c, ATcmmv m. iv
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Boom 1. beeond Floor. Shannos) Bldg.
sitabt 'StMM Heat
DR. F. IV. UGIilS, Dentist
Shannon building Heom A,
aaWMARKgT HOTEL, .
713 doswell Avs. '
First-class WlMea, Liquors and Cigars,
Meals and Welch Jiareblt served (e
aiaer. totim 'ukls, Tu, 'eJL
J. r. OQNANT. 11 Frankiin-SV
White tone o and the J. F. C. lie
Cigar are tbe hast on th markat,
Tnr than.- -. '
I B HUB is sn aavertuing saeatu ui la
Feel in Connecticut equal fca Ju Bui
Norwich, Fr Hay. Jxo t. 1914.
Thursday was a typical July day,
with an uncomfortable proportion of
Up at the big Mashapaug farms at
Union - the "harvesting of the. currant
crop is now at Us height. t " .
For some reason there are 'vary few
potato bugs this yea and druggists
are not having the usual demand for
Paris green. V
Warner, of Putnam, clerk of
the Windham nnniir ..MAv4Aa nw
has made hia annual settlement with
we euaie comptroller. .. . - i
The July Telephone Bulletin gives
Norwich as 8,509. . The gain in the
iwrwien aistrict has been SS7.
Judge Joel H. Reed. of Stafford
Springs, Is presiding in the superior
court at New Haven, at the second
trial of Mrs. Bessie L. Wakefield.
Look at your water bill. Additions
after the 20th. adv.
High-bush" huckleberries are plentir
ful this season and there is ' promise
of a large crop of the low bush va
riety, which .come several weeks la
ter. . ;
The Crescent' theatre at Crescent
beach opened this week. It has be
come the fashion to entertain at the
movies there and for the dancing aft
The "New Haven" road is now op
erating nineteen passenger trains each
way, and six freight trains each by
electricity between New York and
New Haven. -
Guess P will pay that water bin to
day. Additions after, the 20th. adv. .
The cadets of the United States
Military academy at West Point will
be at Fort Wright, Fishers Island,
for their annual summer camp in
about two weeks.
The people from the village and
beaches in East Lyras are enjoying
the band concerts given every even
ing by the two bands at the state mil
itary camp from 8 to 10 o'clock.
Committees are making prepara
tions for the fifteenth annual reunion
of the Viets family, which will be
held .t Old Newgate in East Gran
by the first Wednesday In August.
Have you paid your water bill? Ad
ditions after the 20th. you know. adv.
Capt. James Sistare of Noank. In
the auxiliary schooner Aunt Edie took
out a large-party swordfishing Tues
day. They captured one- swordftsh
that measured 12 1-2 feet in length and
weighed 619 pounds.
The quarterly meeting of the Con
necticut State Laundrymen's asso
ciation will be held in Danbury during
Fair week, if suitable railroad con
nections can be made so that the vis
itors will be able to return home that
Additional bank reports of the state
Comptroller, relative to deposits which
have remained untouched for 20 years
have been received by the comptroller
from the Mariners Saving bank of
New London 24 'deposits with a total
Sacred concert at Mohegan park
Sunday at 3 p. m. by Tubba' band
Automobiles are growing more pop
ular at Block Island each year; nearly
every hotel on the island has a private
ear for the benefit of guests and al
ready there is nearly twice the num
ber that have been there years be
fore at this time.
The corner store was burglarized at
Lyme, some time Tuesday night. En
trance was made by breaking a win
dow in the pear of the store en the
north side. , The change In the cash
drawer," amounting to about $3 and
soma tobacco was taken.
Bay View hotel, Nlantlc, Conn., now
open. Rebuilt, newly furnished, fine
air, gooa naning, ooating. Darning.
Terms moderate. adv. 1
The electrical interests of the state
are planning a get together meeting
at Savin "Rock, on Saturday. The
outing will be held under the auspices
or the National El eo trie Light asso
ciation, and the entire electrical in
dustry of the state has been invited.
Local grangers have beon Informed
of the plan of the Massachusetts
state grangers to eo-eperat with the
state board of agriculture and the
state Audubon society in calling to
gether an assemblage of people In
terested , in birds on the 22d at Wor
cester. A certificate of Incorporation has
been filed by the Lyme Art associa
tion, of Old Lyme, purpose, to own
and maintain an art gallery and to
give art exhibitions. Incorporators,
Frank A. BieknelJ, William S. Robin
son,, Lewis Cohen, Joseph S. Hunt
ington and Waltey C, Noyes.
Groton Long Point plots are sold
for $185 upwards on easy monthly
payments. Tents or bungalows can
be erected when first payment is made.
Jame Jay Smith Co., New London.
Following an llmess of four days
due to blood poisoning Max 0sxple
man died In the Backus hospital en
Thursday forenoon. The funeral was
held on Thursday afternoon from his
late horns on High street and the ser
vice was conducted by Rev. Samuel
Sobel. Friend filled the places of
bearers and burial took place to the
Brothers of Joseph cemetery ' at
Mr, Carpleman was 44 years old and
was born in Russia the son of Karris
anr Shifra Chornofsky Carpieman. For
a number of years ha had made his
home in Norwich and was a, peddler;
He leaves his . father, sisters and
brothers in this city. Mr, Carpleman
was industrious and was a good cit
izen. He was well known among the
Hebrew residents of the city. Under
takers Shea and Burke had charge of
the funeral arrangements, .
High Prices for Book.
Volumes in modern bindings whicfi
el for fl.OOO to 12,500 each are by no
means uncommon. Not long ago, for
Instance, a set nf Dickens was pub
ltefeefl to Anwr'ca, tr priea oer Vol-
iume being S1.000, each book: being
bound In vellum and encked in,
Casket of white silk and leather.
Horse In a New Class.
Mies Sanborn's cook, hearing of tus)
Immense grain . bllla, advised, "If I
were you, mis, I wouldn't keep any
cows this winter, except th horse.'
, Varying Weights. In Uas. . '
Tht German pound ia exactly one.
half a kilogram, or about oaa-tentb,
mora than th Ajurtcaa an glloA
Genevieve Arnold of Williarosville is
visiting relatives iu Norwich. -
Miss Jessie McMillan is visiting Mrs.
William Matthews' of Springfield.
Mrs. Emmellne Peck of Norwich la
a guest of friends in Westchester.
Miss Gladys - Goueh of Montvllle is
spending her vacation in Fltchvllle. .
" Harold L. Smith of BroadVay Is
spending his vacation, at Silver Bay.
N. Y ; . ' . ... v . -
Harmon Chandler of East Wood
stock la .working tor a hardware firm
In Norwich. , :
Mrs. . C. J P1t-h ' of JCni-wioh ta ttl
guest of Miss Helen' Chamnion of
Granite street. New London. -
Mr. and airs. Eugene IF. Kennedy of
Hoosup Valley have been spending a
vacation la Norwich. .
Harold OildprilMV. nf Knrvlrli In
visiting his grandmother, "Mrs. A. M.
Gildersleeve of East. Woodstock.
" Mr. and Mrs. Clifton N. Draper of
Schenectady are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. George Draper of River avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stevens of Nor
wich were recent guests of Mr. and
Airs. Samuel Rogers, Jr., at Niantic.
George Webb, who was In town re
cently, calling on friends on the East
Side, has returned to bis home in
Mia ' Vllo'hnf h TO Rill nr W.rf
the week with her aunt, Mrs. parles
John C. Morgan of Washington
street, who is with his family spend
ing some time at Gardner Lake, Is im
proved In health.
Mrs. Charles Ludwig and . daughter
have returned after spending a week
with her brother, D. F. Carey, ol
Mrs. James C. Macpherson and tne
Misses Loraine and Natalie left Thurs
day to pass several weeks in Bidde
ford. Me., Mr. Macpherson accompany
ing them as far as Boston.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Sansucy, for
merly Miss Ruth Hlnkley, have re
turned to their home in Xew Tork
after visiting in Norwich with their
aunts, Mrs. W. O. Woodman and Mrs.
I. E, Green.
HUMIDITY DOES IT.
Thursday Was the Hottest Day of the
Summer, but Not Because of Ther
mometer. In spite of the facts that the mer
cury registered only 82 on Thursday
and that it went up to 98 in the self
same tube only a couple of weeks or
so ago. yesterday was the hottest day
of the summer. At i least it's a de
batable question, for . by hotness. It
seems, the usuaul person means un
comfortableness. And Thursday was
uncomfortable. As we have said be
fore, in discussing the weather-humdrum
topie It 4s humidity that does
it. Stokers before the blazing fur
naces of a ship's hold do not mind the
intense heat as we do the atmosphere
at S degrees charged with that little
extra percentage of moisture that
brings humidity. And it seemed to be
Just as bad as ever at 3 o'clock this
86 YEARS YOUNG.
Mrs. Avery Smith of Broad Street Cel
ebrated the Anniversary at Crescent
- Mrs. Avery Smith of Broad street,
cvelebrated her 86th birthday ,with her
friends at the summer home of Mrs.
Julia G. Parkhurst, at Crescent Beach,
Wednesday, July 15th.
A dainty luncheon was served. The
party was unique In having four
octogenarians present, all keen, alert,
splendid types of American woman
hood. Mrs. Julia E. Parkhurst -of
Hartford, Mrs. Mary Cross of Hart
ford, Mrs. H. K. Dane of Middletown
and Mrs. Avery Smith of Norwich.
Mrs. Avery Smith has been a sum
mer resident here for forty years.
AT THE DAVIS THEATRE.
Concert Programme and Phtoplsys.
The evolution of the photoplay, to
meet the increasing demands placed
upon it by the critical, has been marked
and the new standards that have bean
reached is brought to mind afresh
when tbe films are used as th emedium
for a story such as that of The Brute,
which made a strong impression upjn
the many who saw the midweek change
of bill at the Davis theatre on Thurs
day. It was one of the most striking
of the Famous Players" productions yet
shown here and received favorable
comment. Again Ed. I. Boyle pleased
the houses, first with his excellent
singing of The Irish Lullaby and then
with- the clever pianalogue. The ad
ventures of the Mutual girl were greet
ed with interest, as were the other
pictures that filled out the programme.
AT THE AUDITORIUM.
Vaudeville and Moving Pictures,'
The feature 111m at the Auditorium
for Thursday was one of great in
terest entitled The Isle of Abandoned
Hope, a two reel lol Bison. The vaude
ville performance opened with Dubois
and Young, a pair of olassy singers
ana comedians, jack Onrl, comedy
Juggler, is on of the beet Jugglers
mat naa oeen on tne local stage, to
wind up the vaudevlll Leo and Chap
man cauaed mueh laughter in their
novel pkit Watch th Mule, a eemedy
gymnastic hodge-podge. They made
a big hit with their mule act.
r Child's Outlook Encouraging.
The Uttle daughter, 1 1-8 years old,
of 6amul Hartmans of Bosrahvllle,
who was bit Monday by an automobile
whose occupants remain unknown, Is
doing better than she .was expeeted
to ao, at the Backus hospital. Her
skull was fractured, but ahe was hold
ing her own, Thursday.
Stole Bioycl en Broadway, -
Alfred Heaault, who lives at 3i H
fcart avenue, left his bicycle on Bread
way, outside, th Y. M. C. A. buiMing.
at 7.64 Thursday evening, and when he
came out at 9.39 th wheel was gone.
bo nonneq me police.
Advertising may be said to
have created a new science
that of BUY-OLOOY.
BUY-OLOQY is the art of
buying the things most suited to
your needs at the right time and
a.t the lowt market prioe,
Advertising makes thisr practi
cal by bringing to your home,
day after day,- the story of the
markets of the world as told in
your daily newspaper.
The reader of advertising be-,
came an adept in the new sci
ence of BUY-OLOQY and
TSlg&tf is sanrerrjsing medium T
staaiera Canneoueut equal z feMt
ta tag uMaat lasaltak , 7
START SACHEM ST. IMPROVEMENT
Macadam and the Granolithic
. Preliiinwry Work Beginning Today Commerce Street
Next Week Work at Franklin Street Park Nearly Done.
- The various street improvements
that have been authorised by the city
government " are . nearly completed, in
the case of the changes that were de
cided upon at th lower end of Bus
well- avenue and Its Junction with
Franklin street, and ready to start, as
In the case of the improvements on
Commerce ' atreet and on Sachem
The Sachem street work 'will ' be
started this morning. - Already that
highway has been put In first class
condition with a tar-bound macadam
road and granolithic walks on, each
side as far as Uncas street. The pres
ent work to be undertaken Is the con
tinuance of this improvement up Sa
chem street. On the south side the
granolithic pavement will be continued
only as far as Yantic atreet, but on the
north aide it will be extended clear
through to Lafayette street. Thia work
was ordered by the common council
last October. By an agreement be
tween the gas and electric department
and the trolley company, they will use
joint poles on this stretch of Sachem
street beyond Uncas, and In conse
quence five poles will replace the eight
that are t present in use.
The Commerce street work Is due to
start next week. The owners on the
south side are to raise their sidewalks
to the new grade established by City
Engineer Pitcher two months ago, and
in the highway are to be put in the
granite blocks that were taken out of
Main street -when that thoroughfare
was brick paved. This improvement
extends through from Breed's lane to
the railroad track.
IN THE CHINA SHOP.
Only Thia One Get Into the Circulating
Library Dramatis Incidents Aleng
While a herd of a dosea cattle was
being driven-through the' city en route
from Preston to New London Thursday
afternoon about S o'clock one of the
bulls became unruly and caused con
siderable trouble for the drivers. The
bull that led the herd entered the yard
of Undertakers Cummlngs a Ring,
trampling on the lawn and garden, and
along the length of Main street more
or less trouble was encountered. With
ita tongue extended from its wide-open
mouth, the bull entered the Norwich
Circulating library, where all immedi
ately sought, places of safety. After
being driven out of the library the an
imal entered the store of the Great At
lantic and Pacific company, Kieaf shoe
store and Lahn furniture store in aa
effort to get out of tbe hot sun's days.
Humane Agent George W. StantJO,
who saw the cattle on Main street, or
dered the drivers to hold up the herd
on Washington square for a rest. The
animals were given water by Mr, Stan
ton and Officer Henderson saw to it
that they were quartered in Herts
Brothers' barn for the night. The
Journey to New London will be re
SECOND MUNICIPAL CONCERT.
Tubbe' Band Will' "g.1v This Pro
gramme in Union Square at a
For the second of the municipal band
concerts this evening at 8 o'clock .n
Union square. Director J. M. Bwahn
has arranged this programme by
March National Emblem . . . . "Bagley
Overture Excerpts from William
Humor eque He's a Devil in His
Own Home Town Berlin
Waltz Hesitation June Baxier
Operatic Selection The Spring
One Step They're on Their Way
to Mexico Berlin
March CoL Wellington Reeve
Medley Von Tilser's Popular Se-
lectlona Harry Von Tiuer
Patrol American Meachatn
Song Down in Dear Old New Or
Fantasia Russian Tobani
Comic March A Slippery .Place
Finale Star Spangled Banner. ,
BROUGHT FROM DEDHAM.
Young Man - Charged With Taking
Money Entrusted te Him Will Be
Heard This Morning.
- From Dedham, Mass., where the po
lice caught hire on a freight train.
Harry Smith, wanted on th charge of
embesslement, having taken about $40
from the store of William H. Disco ot
this city on July 8. was brought back
to Norwich at S o'clock Thursday af
ternoon by Officer Charles Smith, wao
went after him on Thursday morning.
Dedham is about II miles this aide of
Boston, but rt was necessary to go to
Boston first, or at least most conven
ient. Chief Linton had been told that
Smith, who is only 2 years old, would
be likely to go to the vicinity of Bos
ton. He was detained in a room at
poliee station, where his mother and
several friends visited him during th
evening, and will be given a hearing
before Judge Kelly this morning.
Mr. Kittson Gees t Hartford.
After a service of two year In east
ern Connecticut as agent for the Un
deFwood Typewriter compapy, Hnry
J. Kittson has been transferred to tU
Hartford factory for a time and later
will ba la the home fftc ot th com
pany in Nw York city.
During his residence her Mr. Kitt
son mad hia home in the Marion flats
pn East Main street and hia departure
is regretted by a. wide circle of ac
quaintances. L. F. Smith of Nw
Haven will come her to take charge of
th local office. Mr. Smith's father la
one of the official of th company.
After July 30 this section will b in
cluded in the New Haven district.
Sail far Surge1 Cngr.
' Dr. and Mra P. J. Cassidy sail to
day (Friday) from Nw.York for Lon
don, where they are to attend tne
congress of the surgeon of northaasti
Way t Frgtfulna,
If Mr. Penros will lust publish
som of that "unwritten history" w
will try to forget an equal amount
of that which l writtvo. Washing
Make Him Frgt It.
Th Pincbots will probably se that
there isn't anything th matter with
the Colvnel's larynx aftar Jl.--VbU
RttHno Out Uncartalnty.
Caoaldat "Now, my frlaada, wa)
you vol, you don't want to vol tot
a pig la a poke: you want to rot iofl
me and get th genuine articl?"
" . Obaaryatlen f a Cynl.
In aavag -countries woman ,!j
t)et ot burden, n4 In eMIUed conn?
tn sua ia bat ssd. worn t. s
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Sidewalk Will be Continued
' The changes that nave been made at
the Franklin street park are comment
ed upon favorably. The watering
trough there has beea raised to Its
new grade and the square at the foot
of tbe park has likewise almost all
been raised to the new level. The
curbing on the lower end nf Bos well
avenue has been reset to the new line
and grade while the wall along the
park has been completed and the
fence upon It has been replaced, ono
third of it about being new material.
City Engineer Pitcher haa also been
busy in revising the street numbers,
which were first established in 18S4,
when the city was numbered hv C. E.
Chandler, then city engineer, for the
letter carrier service. At that time the
records were made on tracing paper,
and In the course of the years, with
continual folding and unfolding, tne
paper has been broken into separate
pieces. o much so that, one street wis
found in 12 sections, corresponding to
the folds In the4 tracing paper. Mr.
nicner is now transferring these rec
ords to tracing cloth which may be '
nanaiea without fear of breaking up m Maine, making the trip by automo
through folding and then of the pieces i bile. .
getting lost. . j .
The records will be placed upon the! Mr. and Mrs. William H. Allen of
cloth in sections about lg by IS inches ! Huntington place have for their guest
and these will then be bound together, i George William Thompson of Brook
making a book about two Inches thiek, lyn, N.'T.
handy and convenient for reference 1
and at the same time durable. Mr. Mrs. William H. Allen of Hunting
Pitcher in transferring the records ton place has returned froea a brief
made SO years ago is going over nd v'8it Mrs. Watties' "Best Cottage"
cnecung off the numbers on each '
street ana all new houses erected since
that date are being accurately located
PREPARING FOR SHAM
BATTLE "AT NIANTIC.
Tour f Duty Will Wind Up Saturday
Aftr Clash Today Between Infan
Cwmp Ground. Nlantlc. Conn.. July
"Th First Infantry out-manoeur-ered
tbe Second Infantry and was de
clared the winner In today's encounter
In preparation for th sham battle Sat
urday morning, which will wind up
th tour of duty for th Inffantrymen.
signal corps and fiospital corps of the
Cornecticut National guard, which be
gan here last Saturday.
Governor Baldwin was an Interested
spectator of the manoeuvres, going out
rum i us camp in an automobile. Aft
erwards he returned to the reserva
tion and later left for bom.
First Regiment the Vieter.
After morning- drill on the parade
ground today the, First Infantry was
marched out about t o'clock to a po
sition about ft- miles out of camp
where they represented an invading
force. Th 8econd infantry an hour
and a half later man-hed out from
camp about three miles, representing
th defending force. Colonel Buffing
ton of the regular army acted as um
pire. The manoeuvres lasted about
two nours and then the umpire decid
ed that the First regiment was the
victor because Its men were concen
trated for an effective advance move
ment, while the Second regiment was
so acattered that the Invaders would
have found little difficulty In breaking
The Second restment, however, had
its revenge when it returned to camp
for its ball team defeated the nine o?
th First regiment I to 8. The mili
tiamen atpo found recreation in a
number of boxing bouts, in which,
however no decisions were given.
Captain L. Cleveland Fueasenirh of
Torrington, Company M. Second regi
ment, was nsmeii officer of the day;
Lieutenant Edwards of New Haven.
Company B, Second regiment, officer
of the guard, and Lieutenant Baker
Of New Haven, Company F, Second
regiment, supernumerary officer of the
20 Rounda of Blank Cartridges.
Th general orders for th sham bat
tle will take Into the engagement ev
ery member of the command here with
the exception of the members of the
camp- non-commissioned staff, the
cooks and a guard left to care for the
camp. The battle will be between the
Blue and th Red armies. To each man
will he issued twenty rounds of blank
cartridges. They will be given two
meals in haversacks The armies' will
be distinguished by red or blu on
their hats. Th hospital corps will
accompany th troops and will b un
der command of Major Thomas J.
Fitzpatrlck, tT. S. A., medical corps.
The mounted scouts and the signal
corps will also take part in the fight.
The latter have not- returned to camp
since they marched out last Satur
day soon after their arrival, but they
are expected back tomorrow to go out
with th other bodies. , There will be
an extra battalion under command of
Captain Ralph McCoy of the Fifth
United States Infantry, the first sep
a rate company of New Haven and on
company from the First regiment.
Ge naral Col Chief Umpire.
The chief umpire will be Brigadier
General George M. Cote the senior
umpire for the Red armv,- Major Ed
ward A. Shuttleworth. U. S. A.
Special precautions against accident
have been taken and great care will
be exercises to see that only blank
cartridges are In the ammunition is
sued to the men. Each box of car
trldgee It la stated, will be broken
open and Inspected before being pass
ed out, as it sometimes happens that
a ball cartridge finds it sway into a
blank package. The men will ala be
given erdera not to fire at any other
body which la less than 100 yards dis
tant, unless an umpire be present. At
the .command to cease firing the men
are to hold their gun muzzles toward
the ground, keeping them in that po
sition while waiting for th decision
of the umpires.
The men are to leav camp tomor
row about I p. ,m. and will be back in
camp about eight o'clock Saturday
morning. This is a change from th
schedule previously announced, but it
is don to allow the paymaster to pay
off th men Saturday morning. Th
camp will be broken during th after
noon and th men will reach their
home stations elthem late Saturday
afternoon or early In th evening.
A Strenuous Rest.
Colonel Roosevelt's devoted follow
ers are out of breath trying to keep
up with this movements while th
Colonel i taking that six weeks of
absolute rest prescribed by his doc
tor. Chtvsvo News.
Chanc fr Speculation.
Now that West Virginia haa gone
OH' It will tie Interesting t se
whether tbe consumption of drink iu
the Unit fed States continues to in
crease, Springfield Republican.
The natural life U tba Immortal Ufa.
Tou know a little more uth; then a
little more obedience then mora
truth; forever so. But all depends oa
being in earnest. Phillip Brook.
Think of thj" brother no m
throw- a yet) over big facings. Ing
fetlow, , ' :. . -
New is the Tm to Get Rid Thm
I . Uly - ' - i
There's no longer the slightest need ,
of feeling ashamed of your treoitJea, I
as the prescription othine double ,
strength - is guaranteed to remove
thee homely spots. -j
Simply get an ounce of othlno I
double strength from any druggist '
and apply a little of It night and
morning and you should soon see that
even the worst freckles have begun
to dlsappearr while the lighter ones
have vanished entirely. It la slaem
.that more than an ounce i needed l
completely lar the skin and gala
beautiful riaF mmDtMlon
Be sure to ask for the double
strength othlne as this is sold under)
guarantee of . money back if it talis
to remove freckles.
Incidents In Society
Miss Dorothy Gregson of-Norwlcr
entertained friends from Norwich . at
her Neptune Park cottage Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ellery AUya of I
Norwich have left Noank for a visit
Mrs. Ebenezer Allen, who haa ben
the guest of Mr. and Mra. William
H. Bush in Springfield, Mass, haa re
turned t her home oa Washington
Miss Helen M. Lathrop. Who has
been th guest for several day of her
brother, A damson P. Lathrop In New
York, hss returned to her home on
Washington street. ...
If you wast solid comfort this sum
mer, bang your hammock under th
trees, then place another old ' ham
mock or piece ot canvas, stretched
out flat, throe or four feet above tt.
Sew on th "upper berth" mosquito
netting, lettlnr t hang to th ground.
Tn ends of the setting may be bald
together with hatpins. Safe behind
the screen files and mosquitoes wUl
Bat bother voa. Woman'sWnrlsV
A fanner was going through aa
art institution where a number ot
models of ancient Greek sculpture Waa
exhibited. He noticed that on each
onsv hung a placard saying, "Hand
Off." "What 'n thunder do they hav
to tell y every time that the hands
la off?" he exclaimed at last "Da
they reckon we can't gee it? An' why
don't they never say anything "bout
tbe anna and legs be la' oft. too?"
Black and White Not Cetore,
Strictly speaking neither black not
white Is a color, white being a com
bination of all the seven primary col
ors, and black being aa absorption of
gll. Bodies that reflect all the rara of
the sun are called white; those that
reflect some rays and absorb other
ar called red, blue, green, etc.; tboe
that absorb all tbe raja aad reflect
nob ar called black.
Cromwell bad no royal Mood ta hi
veins. .Tne contention that uch waa
tbe case failed when put to th test.
Th Old Protector belonged to what
Is known a the "Gentry-" Hia only
rank lay la hia genia aad unconquer
able will power. Hi "blood" was Just
plain English blood, and could l
way claim to hav "crept taroosa
scoundrel ever since tbe flood.
B. .se Airtight.
Corks may be mad to aeal catssrp
airtight. If they are slightly larger
than topa of bottles they should bo
boiled in clear water for 20 minute;
this decrease their size, say tbe St.
Louis Star. Insert In mouth of bot
tle while hot; they wiU expand ia
cooling, and la thi war will make
perfectly air-tigbt stoppers.
Se Llf In Right Light.
Hold your dull Mf up to the light.
and see bow It will be transfigured
Life is not meant ta be a path of ease,
but steep and rugged; and it is only
through self-denial, discouragement.
discipline and trial that you may at
tain th higher life. -Light on th
establishment ... .
clearly defined ethical and aoclal ideal
aa a touchatona of th. tendencies of
all particular acta and policle ta de
scribed tn the language ot poetical
Platoaiant aa th acquisition of the
highest knowledge; th knowledge of
the Ideal of good Prof. Panl Sboray.
OMgntiy mixo asMSpnor,
An eloquent Irish oandldata, speak
ing of 'a certain emiaeat statesman,
said: "Hia smooth tongue ia that of a
serpent which lures but to destroy,
aad which holds out sugar alums la
one band, while in the other it holds
an unsheathed dagger behind its
Miniatar (calling oa Inmate of pris
on) "Remember. Mr. Kenney, that
tone walla do not a prison make, nor
Iron bars a cage." Kenaey "Well,
they've got m hypnotised, then;
thafa all." Dallas Newa.
The more alacere wa are la our be
liefs, aa a rule th W demonstrate
wo are. Bcb.r,
A SKIN JREE FROM SORENESS
IS A COMFORT TO BABIES
Elisabeth Andrews, a Trained- Nura
of Mouth 'Manchester, Conn., say;
"In my work as a nurse I always rec
ommend Comfort Powder for babUg
because it Is a comfort and a blessing
to heal th skin sad keep it fr from
soreness, and.it 1 a sure prevantiv 4
bed sores in th sick-room " Be sure
yeu get th genuine, with signatur ot
S. 6. Eyka as bo
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Board f Water Com miss tonera
siorwiea, voon.. Jul l. isi.
Water rates for the quarter eadla
Jan . 114.
14. ar due ana earaal s
th of See
July L 1114. Otac
from 8.10 e. m. to I o. m.
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remaining unpaid after July 2.
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