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NORWICH BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1914
Henry Mien & Son
88 Main St
Lady Assistant when requeued
New pattern and ' all sizes.
SHAKER SWEATERS .
and ANGORAS -
THE TOGGERY SHOP
291 Main Street
Opposite . Chelsea Sa vises Bank,.
Ladles' Fur Coats' and Sets.
Men's Coats of all styles. ..
Remodeling; and repairing also done
surely. Superior styles.
M. BRUCKNER. 81 Franklin St
and use a GAS HEATER to
take the chill off the room
these cool mornings before
starting-your furnace. The re
flectors make a pretty glow in
the room in the evening while
all the family will enjoy the
comfort it gives.
Call and see theml Moder
ate in price, easy to operate.
Price $2.00 and $4.50
Tubing 7c per foot.
City cf ftojfcbli
. Gas and Electrical! Dept
321 Main St., Alice Building
Cor. Green and Golden Sts.
Follow the wowd to the only plaoe
in Now London where genuine chop
uey is made by an Oriental chef.
186 1 '
offer to the public the finest standard
brands of Beer of Europe and America:
Bohemian, Pilsner, Culmbach Bavarian
Beer, Bass. Pale and Burton Muer'a
8cotch Ale, Guinness Dublin Stout,
C. C. Imported Ginger Ale, Bunker
xuu f. u. Ale, prank Jones' Nourish
ing Ale, Sterling Bitter Ale, Anlfeuser,
ouQweuer, scnutz and Paost.
A. A, ADAM, Norwich Town
John & Geo. II. Bliss
126 Main Street
Toasted Corn Flakes
Toasted Wheat Biscuit
Pails of Mince Meat
ALL NEW AND FINE
6 Franklin Street
JUSTIN HOLDEN. Proprietor
City oi Norwich Water Works
Board of Water Commissioners.
Korwlen. Oona, Oct. 1, 1814.
water rates for the Quarter ending
Sop t. 30, ial, are Sue and payable a:
dae office Oct l, 191 L Office open
from 8.10 a, m. to 5 n. m.
Additions win tie made to all bins
remaining' unpaid aitar oet. 20.
oed JOHN J. BHSA, Cashier.
We hereby forbid any and all per-
: sons hunting, fishing cr tresspassing
on our land.
J. E. De WOLFE
W. S. DeWOLFE
Norwich, Friday, Oct. 9, 1914.
Forecast for Today.
For Southern New England: Show
ers Friday and probably Saturday;
moderate south winds.
Predictions, from the New York Her
ald: On Frraay it will he unsettled,
with slight temperature changes, light
to f resh variable winds and local rains.
The outlook for Saturday is gener
ally cloudy, to partly cloudy and slight
Observations in Norwich.
The following records, reported from
Sevin's pharmacy, show the changes
in temperature and the - barometric
7am 2: s01
12 m. . 72 30.12
6 p. m , 6 30.08
Highest 74, lowest 62. '
Predictions for Thursday: Fair.
Thursday's weather: Fair, warmer,
ftna. Mooa sad Tides.
It Sun II High II Moot
ff Rises. Sets. ' Water. ) KHes.
Uay. ! a. m. p m. a. m. II P- m.
5 5.4K 6.25 8.41 J-41
6.50 6.24 , 1U.1U
7-... 5.51 5.22 10.65 0
8 ...I 6.52 6.20 11.35 1
9 i. 1 1 5.53 5.19 aft ..20 7-57
10 ... 5.53 5.17 1.10 -50
11 ... 5.54 5.10 i 2.0B
a i . - t.if, . - I mr it Is lOW
131 UVUll "iWl UiS I"" Z . .
tide which la followed by flood tide..
Ladies' Aid Society of Greeneville
Conoreaational Held Monthly Meet
inn Amnll Fire ' In North Main
The regutar monthly meeting of the
Ladies' Aid society of the Greeneville
Congregational church was neia vvea
nesday evening at the home of. Mrs.
.Tnhn AloWilliams of Prospect street.
The meeting was presided over by the
president. Mrs. Samuel Lathrop. The
nnretarv' and treasurer's reports
were read and accepted. The flower
committee reported sending flowers to
the hosDital and other committees
marl p. favorable reports. It was de
elded to hold a food sale in the near
future in the Sunday school rooms.
The next meeting will he held at the
home of Mrs. John Scott oi rpspeci
Small Fire on North Main, Street,
The smell of smoke Wednesday af
ternoon at No. 487 Nortn Main street
attracted the attention of Albert H.
Marah . who lives in the upper tene
ment and when he investigated he
found that it came from the tenement
below where the woman of the house
had gone out leaving two small cni:
In some way, presumably from mice
gnawing matches, a pile of rags had
been sab on fire and was smoldering.
filling the tenement with dense smoke.
The children were gotten out by
men whom Mr. Marsh notified and
the fire in the smoldering rags was
The fence along Schoiield's Hill has
been painted rea.
Charles Cunningham of Providence
was a business visitor here on Thurs
. ' i . f i
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Appley of
Fourth street have been visiting in
airs. Peter Dufresne of New Lon
don is visiting with (Mrs. George Bailey
of Central avenue.
Mrs. Reid Maclntyre. who underwent
an operation at the Baskus hospital, is
reported to be improving.
Fred Service of South Willington
has been spending a few days with
relatives on Boswell avenue.
Miss Grace Bethel of Milford, Mass.,
is spending a few days with Mrs. Wil
liam Barwell of Central avenue. .
Miss Louise Hovey of Prospect street
is reported to be improving. Miss
Hovey- has been sick for some time.
' Mrs. Florence Delaney and children
have returned from Ireland, where
they have been visiting with Mrs. De
Mrs.. Rose -Whitmarsh Gave Birthday
" Party Finishing Room in Mill Shut
Mrs. Rose Whitmarsh of Hallville
Entertained on Wednesday afternoon in
honor of her birthday. Her home was
tastefully trimmed with green and
white and a nice supper was served
at 5 o'clock. The menu comprised
ham. bread and butter, salads, cake
and coffee and fruit. Mrs. Minnie
Robinson and Mrs. Cora Fenner as
sisted in serving. The invited guests
were Mrs. Trumbull Whitmarsh, Mrs.
Mary Whitmarsh and son Walter, Mrs.
Katie McCabe, Mrs. Hattie Hil and
daughter Lillian, Mrs. Charles Weeks,
Mrs. Minnie Robinson, Miss Edna Rob
inson, Miss Edna Robinson, Mrs. Ger
trude Ahearn and son Lawrence. Mrs.
Walter Fenner, Mrs. O. J. Broekway
and daughter Ida Millicent, Mrs. Adelle
Gnenier and Miss Frieda Gremer. The
presents consisted of cut glass and
Charles Eccleston' is very sick at
ma home here.-
The finishing room department at
Hall Bros, mill is still for the rest
or the weeK.
Suits Against Street Railway With
The superior court suits of Daniel J.
Cohoon and of Nora Oohoon and Jo
seph Cohoon, husband and wife.
against the Groton and Stonington
Street Railway company have been
settled and withdrawn without costs
to either party. They were damage
suits against tne company.
J. P. Palmer's Premiums at Danburv
J. B. Palmer Of Round Hill farm.
Lisbon, is showing his herd of cattle
and his flock of sheep at the Danbury
ia,ir. ne won an tne nrsts out two
in the Guernsey class as' well as sev.
en seconds. On the sheep he took 14
firsts and 9 seconds. His premiums
in an, on oxen, cattle and sheep,
imiuuniea .to zso
Prompt service day or night
Attorney Benjamin H. Hewitt
20th District Convention
Marion R. Davis Presided
of State Ticket This Year.
Marion R. Davis of East Lyme was
the presiding officer for the republican
senatorial convention of the 20th or
Shoestring senatorial district which
was held in the town hall at 11 o'clock
Thursday morning and which nomi
nated Attorney .Benjamin ti. Hewitt of
Stonlngton for the senatorial candi
date from the district. His name was
the only one presented before the con
vention. Nearly 40 delegates were in at
tendance from the 16 towns which
comprise the district, and Calvin A..
Snyder of North Stonington was
Ell Gledhill of Stonington present
ed the name of Attorney Hewitt when
nominations were called for, making
reference to his qualifications for the
office in a highly complimentary man
ner. The nomination was made unan
imous after it had been seconded.
After an interval, the committee
named to notify Mr. Hewitt brought
him Into the hall, where he was
greeted with loud applause. He ac
cepted the nomination and told the
convention that he thanked them for
the honor and that be would do his
utmost to win. He spoke of the ad
mirable state ticket that the republi
cans have presented before the voters
and discussed some of the state issues
and said he felt sure that all the re
publicans on the state ticket would be
elected in November..
When the convention adjourned the
delegates accepted Mr. Hewitt's invi
tation to take dinner-with him at the
Before adjournment, the-senatorial
committee was .chosen as follows:
Samuel N. Hyde of Lebanon, James
Cooper of Stonington and Lee Brock
way of Lyme.-
CONFERENCE FOR OLDER
,; CONNECTICUT BOYS
Delegates from Y. M. C. A. and
Churches Coming Here Oct. 23-24.
The fifteenth annual conference of
the older Connecticut boys of the Y. M.
C. A. and Connecticut churches is to
be heW here in the Central Baptist
church on October 23 and 24 and it is
expected that there will be from 200 to
250 delegates from the various associa
tions and churches in the state in at
tendance. Each association is entitled
to six delegates and each church is
entitled to send three delegates. The
conference programme for both days
Conference Theme Forward. March.
10:00-11:15 Registration of Delegates.
ll.-'lS Song Service, Edward H. Kess-
ler, Holyoke, Mass, Leader.
Introduction of Officers.
Devotional Period, "Enlistment,"
H. W. Gibson, State Boys'
Secretary of Massachusetts,
Address, "Mustering In," Rev.
Howard A. Johnston, ,D. D.,
atamrora. . ,
Adjournment- and Conference
Song Service, Mr. Kessler, Lead
Devotional Period, "Equipment,'
H. W. Gibson, Leader.
Address, "On the March," Speak
er to be announced.
Address, "In Line for the Con
flict," C. C. RObinson. Interna
tional Secretary for Wage
Recreational Period for Dele
gates. Further Registration
Banquet for all Delegates.
Devotional Period, "Orders from
Headquarters. Henrv Hoar.
Chairman of State Boys' Work
Address, "At Work Amang Boy,'
Illustrated. H. W, Gibson.
Song Service, Mr. Kessler,
Devotional Period, "Drilling, H.
w. Gibson, Leader.
Address, "A Hard Battle," C. C.
Group Conferences, with prom
ment leaders in charge
1. High School Boys, F. L. New
ton, Norwich, Presiding Leader.
2. Small Towns, E. A. Prentice.
Norwich, Presiding: H. B. Converse.
3. Associations. Edwin Hill, Norwich,
Presiding; Philip D. Fagan3, New
4. Church Clufbs, J. L. Case, Norwich,
Presiding; F.' A. Stanley, Hartford.
5. Working Boys, Archie Brown, New
Haven, Presiding; C. . C. Robinson,
6. Adult Workers, C. A. Green. New
London, Presiding, H. W. Gibson,
11:15 .Brief Reports of Group Confer
Adjournment for Luncheon
' Saturday Afternoon.
Song Service, Mr. Kessler, Lead
Devotional Period, "Service", H.
"W. Gibson, Leader.
Address. "Surrender or "Victory
Which T, Rev. John W. Laird,
Closing Service, E. T. Bates,
St. Agnes Guild Officers.
In the Sunday school room of Christ
church Tuesday evening the members
of "St. Agnes Guild held their first
supper of the season. The tables were
attractively decorated and a delicious
menu was served under the supervision
of Miss Henrietta Bidwell and Miss
Katherlne Holms, covers being laid for
At 7:30 o'clock the Guild held a bus
iness meetine Rev. R. R. Graham pre
siding. The secretary Miss Martha L.
Osgood and the treasurer Miss Lucy
Gregson read their reports, and a gen
era! discussion of the winter's activ
ties took place. The following are the
officers elected for the ensuing year
President. Rev. R. R. Graham: first
vice-president. Miss Henrietta Bidwell
second vice-president. Miss Mary
Richards: treasurer. Mrs. C. E. Chand
ler; assistant" treasurer, Miss Kate
Backus; secretary, Mias Olive Hunt
ington: assistant secretary, Jftiss Kath
Judgment by Default,
Judgment by default for non-ap
pearance has been entered in the su
perior court in the case of Jennie
Friedbersr vs. Nathan Friedberg
Norwich and also in the case of Har
ris Friedman vs. Nathan Friedberg.
They were suita to collect notes.
the first case a sworn bill of particu
lars in the sum of $1,000 has been filed,
In the Friedman case the amount
Nominated by Republicans
Elected by Acclamation
Candidate Predicts Success
The convention delegates were the
North Stonington George A.
Thompson. George F. Coats, Charles
EL Hi Hard. Calvin A. Snyder.
Lebanon, David W- Pitcher, Albert
C. Hoxie, Edward H. McCall, George
Stonington Ell GledhilL Cornelius
J. Donahue, Jerome S. Anderson, Jr.
Bozrah Edwin C. Wheeler, Elias S.
Colchester T. S. Rathbun, Frank
Foote. F. E. Baker.
East Lyme Marion R. Davis,. John
Montville Edwin F. Comstock, Hu
Vohmtown Howard E. James,
Charles A. Anderson.
Franklin B. P. Davis, Samuel N.
Griswold Eli Lague, Robert A. Wil
bur. bprague Henry J. Reed, John
Lyme W. Broekway, Lee Brock-
Waterford Clarence Miner, James
J. famith, r . E. Comstock.
Old Lyme William F. Coult,
vnaries VP. Jewis.
Celebrate Columbus Day.
A number of members of White
Cross council. No. 13, K. of C, and
their friends are nlanninsr to nhcrv
Columbus day by a trip Monday to the
Bay View bouse at Nlantlc, where a
clambake will he served. Before
start Monday morning the party is to
meet at -viurpny & McGarry's at 10
o clock, it is probable that a number
will go by automobile, while others
will travel by trolley all the way or
else trolley to New London and go
ORGANIZED FOR WORK
umcers Elected and CammiHaH (n.
the Year Named,
The ladies nf the ITnha,..oi;.(
church held their first suDner of the
season on Wednesday evening, the ex-
uciieni. menu oeing enloved hv the
large number in attendance. The
committee in charge of the sunner mn.
sisted of Mrs. H. D Rallion. Misn
name A. Harris and Mrs. A. F. Beera
The annual meetine- of the TjaHleo'
Aid society of the church was called
io oraer about 7.4o o'clopv with at
x nomas fotter. the president, in the
cnair. ouowing the roll call the
minutes of the last meeting were read
py me secretary, Mrs. L. J. John
son. Mrs. C. B. Woodworth. chair
man of the work committee presented
an excellent report. The election of
omcers then took place as follows:
i-resiaent Mrs. Thomas Potter.
First Vice President Mrs. "R
Second Vice President Mrs. G
secretary and Treasurer Mrs. G
Mrs. L. J. Johnson, secretary and
treasurer for the past year, declined
reelection. It was voted that the
name of the society in the future
should be the Universalist Ladies' Aid
The committees appointed for the
ensuing year were as follows:
Work. Mrs. C. B. Woodworth. Mm
r. a. loung, iYirs. 1. C Wright, Mrs.
feyron Mathieu, Mrs. G. A. Keppler,
.mass -Minnie Peppier, Mrs .Nellie Bai
ley, Mrs. w. c. Hussey; supper the
two vice presidents, Mrs. G. A. Ken
pier and Mrs. E. A, Tracy; benevolent,
ivirs rnomas fotter. Mrs. G. A. Kep
pier, Mrs. J. F. Cobb; house, George
A. Keppler, Mrs. Thomas Potter, Mrs.
E. A. Tracy, Mrs. F. S. Young, Mrs.
George A. Keppler; hospitality, George
i. iveuuier. air nnn Mria .T fc rnhh
."rs. ti. u. Wright. Mrs. Thomas Pot
ter; linen and silver. Mrs. Nellie Bal
ley, Mrs. H. C. Wright, Miss Minnie
K-eppier, Mrs. E. A. Tracy; superin
tendent of dining room and waitresses,
Mrs. Harry K. Hill: entertainment, G.
A. peppier. MisavJessie E. Hill
It was decided to hold a sale in No
vember and the following committees
were tnen appointed for the sale:
supper. Mrs. R. B. S. Washburn,
Mrs. C. N. ChamDlin. Mrs A F Reera
Mrs. John A. Button, Mrs. W. C. Hus
sey, Mrs. Elmer Kinney, Mrs C. A.
tiarvey, Mrs. H. J. Revell, Miss Nellie
BaCOn. Mrs R. D Ha.lHon Miao -Rllan
V. Marvin. Mrs. Jennie Jam an. In
cream, Mrs. C. A. Gager, Jr E. A.
Tracy, Miss Hattie A Harris, George
D. Fillmore, Dr. L. E. Walker, J. Oliver
Armstrong; fancy table, Mrs. George
A. Keppler, Mrs. E. A Traev Mias
Minnie Keppler Mrs. Frank Pntrlolr-
candy, Mrs. M. A. Barber. Mrs. G. F.
Tubbs, Mrs. J. F. Cobb, Mrs. Nellie
Bailey, Miss Dora Jenkins, Mrs Alice
Kinder, Mrs. Thomas Potter, Mrs. Lil
lian J. Johnson, Miss Jessie E. Hill;
domestic. Mrs. C. B. Woodworth. Mrs.
H. C. Wrighth, Mrs. F. S. Young, Miss
May E Rogers; cake, Mrs Ashley T.
Boon. Mrs. S. P. Keppler, Mrs. Byron
Mathieu. Mrs. G. D. Button. Mrs. My
ron Ladd; decoration, Mrs. Thomas W.
Wilson and members of the Alpha
Class, G A. KeDDler. Jessie E. Hill:
superintendent of waitresses. Mrs.
Harry K. Hill; keeper of door of din
ing hall, Mrs. George D. Fillmore.
$14,000 BUILDING FOR
OLD LYME ART GALLERY
Was Plan Suggested at Association
Meeting Site Not Decided.
A meeting of the association formed
tor tne purpose of erecting an art
gallery in Old Lyme has been held
there recently, at the home of Miss
Florence Griswold. The society has
been incorporated, anil Jw its bv.ln.wa
is allowed to transact business only at
iwo semi-annual meetings. The sec
ond meeting of the vear was held sev
eral weeks ago. and owing to tfie ab
sence of a sufficient nttn'ndB.nce no
business was transacted at that time.
J. no ptans, drawn by Richard A. Walk
er of New York, which will without
nouot De the ones chosen, call for a
$14,000 bui-Mlng. So far something
unaer J 5,000 has .been raised, and ow
ing to the depression of business dur
ing me present war active subscrip
tion work has been to a large degree
suspended. Interest in the project is
still active, and it is only a question of
l!no as io rne erection of the DUiiaing.
Old Lyme's DOnulatinn is about 12.000.
and to keep pace with this town's per
capita artistic ambition New York
wouia nave to be the possessor of a
forty million dollar terrmle of art.
At the meeting the other day senti
ment seemed to be about equally di
vided on building sites. Numerically
the piece of land adjoining the home
of Miss Florence Griswold and owned
by her was a little stronger than the
only other site considered. Miss Gris
wold's house has long been known as
the "home of the artists," and there
are always several well-known paint
ers to be found living there. The other
site mentioned is a short distance
down the main street from Miss Grls
wold's. This site is larger than the
other, and a little higher, in price. TJie
Edwards' Olive Tablets
For You I
Beware of the habit of constipation.
It develops from Just a few constipa
ted days, unless you take yourself in
Coax -the Jaded bowel muscles back
to normal action with Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets, the substitute for cal
omel. Don't force them to unnatural
action with severe medicines or by
merely flushing out the intestines with
nasty, sickening cathartics.
ur. upwards believes In gentleness.
persistency and Nature's assistance.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets open the
bowels; their action is gentle, yet pos
itive, mere is never any pain or
griping when Dr. Rdwardx' Olive Tab
lets are used. Just the kind of treat
ment old persons should have.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
vegetable compound mixed with olive
oil, you will know them by their olive
color. Take one or two occasionally
and have no trouble with your liver.
uoweis or stomach. 10c and 25c per
box. All druggists.
The Olive Tablet Onmnanv. fnlum.
chances are that neither site will be
purchased at present, but that the
funds collected will be allowed to lie
in the savings bank until there is a
better opportunity for Dushimr the
work. Among those at the meeting be
sides the president. Judge Walter P.
Noyes. the secretary. C. G. Vorheee. ,
Q nil ,-V. A . 1 1 T T O 1 I I
UdWUICl, l,Jd I 1 1.7 ; 1 . u. O. i 1 1111 L-
ington, were Louis S. Cohen, the prime
mover of the affair. Miss Katherine
Ludingiton, G. S, Perkins and many of
, , As0
Chicken Thief Discovered by Herman
Murray Stabbing Affray in J. B.
Martin Plant Soccer, Club to Hold
Herman Murray, who has been miss
ing chickens from his coop for some
time, has discovered the thief. A young
man who has been in his employ is the
accused one. It is claimed that he
sold some chickens to someone in
Baltic, and in some way Mr. Murray
heard of it and on investigation he
founds that they were his chickens.
It has been reported around that sev
eral other owners -had been losing
birds, and it has been laid on tramps
who have been seen in this vicinity.
John Candlish has purchased a piece
of land in Lisbon.
John Larke has moved his family
here and taken up residence on Nor
Michael Corcoran of Franklin has
moved here and taken a tenement on
JoseDh Fountain, who has been here
for some time, left Thursday evening
for his home in Detroit.
The road in front of the Poneroah
mills is undergoing several needed re
pairs. The steam rower is a worn.
William Davis, who is in the United
States armv. stationed in a Rhode Isl
and fort, is at home here visiting with
his parents on South A street.
William F. Chamberlain, electrician
at the Ponemah mills, is laid up with
a bad ulcerated tooth. Mr. Chamber
lain's face is quite swollen.
James Graham, who has been con
fined to his home for over a week, is
able to be out. Mr. Graham had an
attack of quinsy core throat.
Every noon and after school many,
of the local boys who possess air rifles
are seen in the streets taking shots
at the many sparrows that collect in
the streets of the village.
Letters Held at Postoffice.
In the local postoffice there are two
letters that are being held for better
address. One is addressed to Mrs.
Willie Cardinal, 48 Prospect street, R.
I.. the name of the city is lacking.
Th ther letter is beyond the read
able stage only a mind reader could
make out the marks that are supposed
to be the address.
Steel Ceiling Arrived.
The new steel ceiling that will be
riawi in the store of George Weller
has arrived and will be put in shape
as soon as- tne eieciruau -been
completed. The store will have
to be all rewired ana aaaitionai iigms
installed. The new entrance on nrai
street side- is nearly completed save
the hpneinsr of the door and a few
minor other things.
Work Advancing Rapidly.
The new ouarters that are being
prepared in the Ponemah building tor
i Vr- ht ,i uouiure are nwuij
pleted. The room has oeen aiviaea on
in three narts. and the painters are
encraaed in putting on the finishing
fmi.hH rrne ni&ce win nave w uv
wired with the installation of several
Stabbed in the Hand.
A squabble was reported in the mill
of the J. B. 'Martin company vveanes-
day afternoon. One or tne worsmen
who by chance was sleeping was found
by another person who threw some
starch in his face. The man who was
sleeping got quite mad at his disturber
and stahbeo mm in tne nana wun a
knife. Both were Polish people and
it is said that they were discharged.
- Will 'Hold Important Meeting.
At the general meeting of the Taft
ville soccer football team which will
be held Monday evening at their head
quarters in the Lincoln club business
of tne most urgent nature win De
transacted. It is expected that all of
ficials, players and non-players of the
club will be present. The players are
taking good opportunity of the pleas-
HOW TO HEAL
A Baltimore doctor ' suggests this
simple, but reliable and inexpensive,
home treatment for people suffering
with eczema, ringworm, rashes, and
similar itching skin troubles.
At any reliable druggist's get a jar
of reslnol ointment and a cake of res
lnol soap. These not cost a bit
more than seventy-five cents. With
the reslnol soap and warm water
bathe the affected parts thoroughly,
until they are free from crusts and the
skin is softened. Dry very gently,
spread on a thin layer of the reslnol
ointment, and cover with a light band
age if necessary to protect the cloth
ing. This should be done twice a day.
Usually the distressing itching and
burning stops with the first treatment,
and the skin soon becomes clear and.
healthy again. For free samples of
reslnol ointment and reslnol soap,
write Dept, 34-R, Resinol, Baltimore,
WE HAVE THE LADDER
THOUSANDS OF SUCH '
99-105 Main St.
W. E. Canfield,
ant weather and are practicing team
work and other important movements
of the game.
Local Man at Danbury Fair Delegates
Attend West Side Convention.
Nathan Bushnell of the Old Canter
bury turnpike returned Thursday af
ter a few days' stay in Danbury. While
there he attended the Danbury fair.
After a week's visit at her former
home here, Mrs. T. Snowden Thomas
and children leave town today (Fri
day) for their new home in Saratoga,
Mr. and Mrs. Orrin M. Price return
ed this week to their home on Wight-
man avenue after two weeks' stay
with friends in Franklin.
After several weeks' visit with rel
atives In Waterford, Mrs. Estelle Per
kins and daughters Myrtilla and Dor
othy Perkins returned Wednesday .to
their home on Washington street.
Delegates from the First Congrega
tional church to the Sunday school
convention held Wednesday in the
First Baptist church were fippt, D. W.
Avery. Mrs. Albert SterryVGeorge F.
Hyde and Henry T. Frazier. From the
First Methodist church the delegate
was Hollis French.
October devotions will be held at
7.30 o'clock this (Friday) evening at
sacred Heart church.
There will be a session of the Sun
day school at Scotland Road hall this
coming Sunday afternoon.
Miss Camille Gamble of East Glou
cester. Mass.. is visiting Mrs. Albert
Green of Huntington avenue.
Miss Mary Geer of Town street is
moving this week to 274 Washington
street, the home of her brother, Wil
11am S. Geer.
Mr. and Mrs. Shea of Town street
went Thursday to New Bedford, Mass.
for several days' visit with friends.
BOWSER BVRTOM In New Lon
don. Oct. 7. 1914. by Rev. J. ,R. Dan
forth. Campbell Williams Bowser
and Miss Clara Wilhelmina Burton,
both er New London.
CHISZEXKO DII.MO In Norwich,
Oct. ,7 1914, by Rev. N. Nlkolenko,
Uumeniy Chiszenko and Miss Paroska
lilmo, both of South Lyme.
DOXAMK STAPKA In Norwich,
Oct. 7. 1914,' by Rev. N. Nlkolenko,
Pllvp Domanuk and Dominlka Stap-
ka, both of Jewett City.
BREWER GIBBS In Hartford, Oct.
7, by Rev. Dr. P. Myles Snider, Ray
mond Hills Brewer and Miss Minnie
Sarah Gibbs, both of Hartford.
GUIIJJ In Preston, Oct. 8, Emma F-,
wife of F. W. Guild, aged 47 years.
Funeral service at 17 Winchester
street Friday, Oct. 9, at 2.30 p. m.
Interment in Union Springs, N. Y.,
BURGESS In Chicago, III.. Oct. ,
Benjamin A. ' Burgess, formarly ot
Norwich, aged 33 years.
Funeral service at the Chapel rooms of
Henry Allen & Son, Norwich, Satur
day afternoon at 2 o'clock.
SETCHGLL In Providence (Edge
wood.). R. I., Oct 8, George C
Setohell, formerly of this city, aged
Burial in the family lot In Tantic cem
etery Saturday Oct. 10, on arrival of
2 o'clock train.
SJfOW Jn Colchester, Oct. 7, 1914,
Edward C. Snow, aged 68 years.
Funeral services at his late residence
Saturday at 3.30 p. m.
Church & Allen
15 Main Street
HTENRT E. CHURCH
. Wit SMITH AIXSN
See the stylish and durable ones we
offer at $1.00. $1.25, $1.60 and $1.75.
FRANK A. BILL 104 Main SL
Shea t& OurSce
41 Main Street
The Thames Loan & Trust Co.
Depositors in the Savings Depart
ment are hereby notified that checks
for amounts equal to ten percentum
(10 per cent.) of their several claims,
proved and allowed, will be ready for
delivery on and after
Monday, October 19th, 1914
upon presentation of Receiver's Certi
-CHARLES F. THAYER,
Norwich. Oct. 3, 1914.
MISS M. C. ADLES
The Middle Head Style
Is the latest in hair dressings. - The
fashionable knot is arranged neithei
high nor low. The new coronet does
not touch the face. Come ta and learn
the new hair arrangement. -
IMPORTED HAIR REASONABLE ISO
SOU Maia Street, next te Chelaea 'Bank.
NEW LINEt OF
Books Picture Puzzles
Plaza Snapping Mottoes
Flinch Playing Cards
Hearts Party Invitations
Pit ' Candles and Holders
Parcheesi Favors, Etc
AIRS. EDWIN FAY
MRS. G. P. STANTON
52 Shetucket Street.
is showing a full line of New
Millinery for Fall and Winter
Our Special London Plush
Automobile Robe at $6.00
rnces cut on oaiance o:
Harnesses and Carriages.
The L. L. Chapman Co.
14 Bath Street, Norwich, Ct
Soon they will be big boys
md girls, and their faces wit
be only a memory.
Bring the babies and we'
:atch their smiles.
Opposite Norwich Savings Society
STILL SELLING AT THE
SAME LOW PRICES
Best Coffee 23c lb.
Best Teas .25c lb.
Best Baking Powder
and for a short time
Best Peanut Butter
' 10c lb.
United Tea Importers Co.
Franklin C-q over Somers Brce-
PLUMBING AND STEAM FITTING
There's an economy as well as com
fort reason why you should TALK
HEATERS WITH US NOW.
The September cost of installing
steam, hot water or hot air heating is
less than when workmen are at a pre
mium. J. F. TOMPKINS
67 West Main Street
T. F. BURNS
Heating and Plumbing
92 Franklb Street
Robert J. Cochrane
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING,
10 West Main Street, Norwich, Conn.
Agent for N. B. O. Sheet Packing.
F. C. ATCHISON, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Room 1, Second Floor. Shannon BIdg.
Night 'phone 1083
DR. E. j. JONES
Suite 46 Shannon Building
Take elevator Shetucket Street en
uto Repairing and Painting
We repair Autos of all kinds in the
Latest Improved Facilities make
our shop unexcelled in New England.
We bake the paint on, which makes
wear better, keep its gloss longer.
and will not crack.
Why not have yours rightf It
costs no more.
Bentley-Clarke Auto Co.
S3 Main SU Westerly. R. L
We still have a large assortment o!
the different grades left over, and at.,
greatly reduced prices, which we will
be pleased to ehew you.
Mouldings and (Jut oat Borders to
match same. Also Paints, Mureaco .
in white and tints, and general assort
ment of decorative supplies, including J
l-apier macne ror nans ana vestiDuies.
Orders received for painting, paoe
hanging and decorating.
P. F. MURTAGH
Telephone 92 and 94 West Main 8b
184 1914 ' i
John A. ftlorgan & Son
CO A U -
No. 2 Nut $6.00 per ton
Office and Yard Central Wharf
JOHN A. DUNN!
Our Sapouaceous Tooth
Powder, 25c, ought to be
sprinkled on your tooth brush. '
It's the Tooth Powder de Luxe
Druggist, 50 Main St,
of all kinds on Automobiles,
Carriages, Wagons, Trucks
Mechanical Repairs, Painting, Trim
ming, Upholstering ard Wood Work.
Blaoksmith;r a n all its branches."'
bit S Clark Corp:
507 to 515 North Main SC
Rates 75 cents per day and up. '
Telephone 1227. 26-28 Broadway
W. TYLER BROWNE, M. D,
Eye, Ear, A'oae, Throat, Electricity,
Violet Ray, Mechanical Maaaace.
Hours: lo a. m. to 4 and fi to 8 p. m.
275 Broadway. .Norwich, Conn. Take
Franklin St. car to "Dr. Browne's.
PIES, CAKE AND BREAD
that cannot 5e excelled.
Phone your order. Prompt service,
LOUIS H. BRUNEI .I.F.
10 Carter Ava. East Side)
Blank Books Made and Ruled to Order
" ' . f
, J. F. CONANT, 11 .Franklin St
Whitestone 5c and the 3. F. C; 10a
Cigars are the best oa the maiket
Dr. J. M. KING
May Building .'
FURNISHED PROMPTLY BY
THE VAUGHN FOUNDRY CO.
No. 11 ' 25 Few Street
STETSON & YOUNG'
Carpenters and Builder3
Best work and materials at rlrtt
prices by skilled li bor.
Telephone. , 60 WEST MAIN $T.
DBS. L, F. and A- J. LaPIERfiE
287 Main 8t.
PRACTISE LIMITED TO
Eye, Ear, Nose" and ' Throat
Hours 10 a, m. to S p. m.