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CLOUDY WEATHER TODAY '
V , , AND TOMORROW
NORWICH. CONN, THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1915.
What Is Going On Tonight
. vaudeville and Motion . Picture :.t
. Movlnsr Picture. At Cnlonlat TbMlr.
Vaudeville and Photoplays at ..the
Norwich TxKige.. No.- 430." B." P..O.E.
meets at Elks' Home. ' : " -."
Tecumseh Tribe, No, 43, I. O. R. M.
meets tn Engineers' Hail. "
Moulders' Union, meets at Carpenters'
Germanla 1 Lodfje, : No: 11, S. of,H
meets In Germanla.ttnlL-' v-
- .Pgurt Sachem, No: .94, F. of A., meets
. . j urcswrs nail.. . f
School Supplies, Box 'Paper, Lunch
Boxes. Baskets Book Straps and. Bags
at - Jc-Gwin viuy b, franklin square,
Y 4 COLONIAL THEATRE.';
jTht Scar," . Magnificent Three Reel
Feature Drama, With Big Cast.
One . of the most absorbing - dramas
on the. programme at the Colonial
theatre today is the one entitled "The
ooar, a particularly -stirring story ot
life In the wealthy circle,- presented In
three reels. - The story-tells of tfohn
Mbrton, who In spite 'of the terrifying
accummulatlon of . evidence against
mm, accusing him or murder in the
first degree, Is saved : from the chair,
by a witness recognizing on the vic
tim's hand, a peculiar scar. The story
tens further bow the cocaine-crazed
assassin had tried to - cover, up his
crime end fasten It upon another. The
murderer Is landed In a- cell to 'await
me ume wnen- ne snail walk tnrougn
the little green door while the prison
er is freed and reunited "with his lov
ed ones. Included in the big list of
star actors, are the names of Gladden
James, Harry Morey, "Mary - Maurice,
Kstelle Alardo end many others. "His
Singular Lesson.' - Is the title of the
splendid Blograph drama which is on
the hill for today also, and is a story
of a husband who is suspicious of his
wife, and in attempting to discover the
Identity of the supposed love he finds
a man secreted in ' the ' closet of the
wife's room. - Int the course- of the
events which follows the man proves
to be a burgler, who had taken refuge
In the closet upon hearing the wo
man's footsteps. "The Bachelor's
Baby" is the name of the G. M. An
derson film and "Willie Goes to Sea,"
is the comedy film.
Coming next Wednesday, is the film
sensation of the year, "Midnight at
Maxim s, a mammoth cabaret show
in fojr reels,, and with' numberless
mammoth ballets. . This is the spec
tacular Kaiem- feature, about which
everyone is talking. Next Wednes
AT THE AUDITORIUM.
Asuin today "Sunshine Molly," with
Phillip Smalley and Lois Weber, the
ninth episode of the Broken Coin and
the fifth of the Paramount Travel
serifs will be shown. The Travel pic
tures this week take you on a trip to
South America aboard the S. S.
Kroonland and prove most interesting.
Sunshine Molly was written bv the
nme author who wrote the "Hypo
crites," a noted production which was
shown at this theatre on the Fourth
of July last, and Is a powerful story
of the western oilfields, telling the tale
of a man's strong nassion and his final
mastery of himself, helped to that end
by the unfailing good humor and up
lifting thoughts that radiate from
Sunshine Molly, played by Miss Weber
with her usual artistry.
Famous War Pictures.
The management ot the Auditorium
. have booked as a special feature for
this coming Friday and Saturday the
great four reel war pictures of the
"Battle and Fall of Prsemysl," tht
greatest and most realistic'1 war
pictures ever shown on the screen.
They were taken by the American
Correspondent company 'by- special
permission of the Austrian govern
ment, and give vlved battle scenes at
close range, including a real chaj-ee on
the Czar's troops. This sensational
picture runs a full hour and was taken
at the greatest risk by a correspond
ent officially attached to the Austro
Hungarian army. Nothing like it has
ever been produced before and army
experts who viewed the film at a private
exhibition tn New York last week de
clared that the production amazed
them for the real battle scenes which
MAY HEAD RMIES.
Tern fiP.tMWwttoKi CjZZZ)
London, Sept. 1. Bulgaria, thinking
herself defrauded as a result of the
two Balkan wars, is awaiting the de
cision of the other Balkan states on
Macedonia before deciding which - way
to lump in the 'present war. Czar
Ferdinand of Bulgaria, who
his troops in case of battle, is a mem
burg. . . -
THE PATRICIAN PATTERN
"Community Silver" "
is the Real Thing in" Silver for wed
ding presents. - - - -
THE WM. FRLSWELL CO.,
SS.27 Ff.nltlio StrMt
FIRST OF FAIRS
IN THE STATE
(Continued from -Paga Six)
over to i further displays and among
them are flowers,: and the products of
cookery and , creamery. Here the
PlaUt-Cadden company of Norwich has
an exhibit of Dianos and victroias ana
much free music was dispensed there
on Wednesday. , , . .-. . ;i ;
'-.Y- - Suffrage Workers Busy.
. With 'their familiar tri-color much
in evidence, the . workers for Woman
Suffrage have been given a prominent
booth in' .the hall, and' much literature
is being passed out there and around
the grounds. County Organizer Mrs.
Katherine Ludihgtoh, of Old Lyme, is
in 1 charge - of the Votes for Women
work, and her deputation on Wednes
day was Mrs. Frederick Lee AcKer-
man' of Old Lyme and Mrs. Lillian H.
Allen 'of Old . Say brook. Today other
workers 'will come 'over from Black
Points The ladies were doing vigor
ous work oh -Wednesday 'and they and
their co-werkers will continue, the
campaign . at every .fair, in the state
this fall.' The Connecticut suffragists
are awaiting with interest the vote on
the -issue 'in New Jersey next month
and they are looking forward to the
time when - Connecticut - men will be
facing ' the votes for women question,
t . Dinner .Tent.
One of the busy places Wednesday,
and it will be far busier today when
the .big crowd arrives, was the dinner
tent, where the woman's worn com
mittee gives everyone as much as he
can eat of . a tempting menu ' for the
sum - of half a dollar. Last year they
fed five hundred, the middle day and
today the ladies will be prepared to
duplicate the feat and a little more
besides. Mrs. Geci-ge D. Coats is
chairman of this committee and her
efficient co-workers are-Miss Ula G.
Thompson. Mrs. Leander Park, Mrs.
Charles Chapman and Mrs. Clarence
Davis. The waitresses include these
charming young women: The Misses
Ruth Thompson, s Gladys Geer. Anna
Merrill. Fannie Merrill. Sarah Thomp-
sonV Susan Cook, Sophie Pollock, Clara
Pollock and Anna Chapman and Ben
jamin Avery, Troy Maine and Mrs.
Oscar Taylor assist.
W. C. T. U. Rest Tent.
A feature that is appreciated is the
rest tent maintained by the Pawca-
tuck W. C. T. U. Mrs. C. B. Frazler
and Mrs. L. O. Gavitt are in charge
of it this year and do all in their
power to make visitors comfortable.
Next to this is another shelter with
plenty of seats maintained by the
grange for the comfort of fair visit
Will Play Baseball.
An event this afternoon that will
provide further entertainment for the
people at the fair will be a baseball
game at 3. SO o'clock between North
Stoning ton and Rockville on the field
opposite the fair grounds. Rockville
has defeated the home team once be
fore this year at Rockville. but North
Stonington has taken a brace since
then and will place this strong lineup
in the field today: York c, Floyd Main
P. Gray lb, Cronin 2b, Wilkinson 3b,
Edwards ss. Billings If, L. Main cf,
E. Wheeler rf.
The officials of the fair this year
start with George I. Coats as presi
dent, Charles N. Brown is vice pres
ident, and as secretary, E. - Frank
White makes it a point to be about
the busiest man on the fair trrounds.
The secretary has to be. whether he
wants to or not. Mr. White has a
nice little office in a convenient spot
and somebody is always there to keep
mm : occupied. Generally there are
about three at once. However, Secre
tary White was as genial as ever on
Wednesday and everything was gotten
Into" shipshape, order for the big day
today." George H. Stone is treasurer
and Charles C. Gray is ticket seller.
The' gate keepers are Amos P. Miner.
Jr.. and Grover C. Brown.
The directors this year are: O TV
Coats. E. F. White, J. E. Thompson,
Llla G. Thompson, Irving C. Eccle
stone, C. N. Brown, George H. Stone,
John D. Avery and Annie M. Maine.
The makeup of the various commit
tees is as follows:
Horse Show Charles N. Brown.
George A. Pendleton. Reuben D. Cook.
Cattle Show J. Edwin Thompson,
Irving Eeclestone, Harry Lewis.
Swine and Sheep "H. Frank Button.
L. F. Park.
Grain and Vegetables Clarence Da
vis, Chester Merrill, Lyle C. Gray,
Maurice Perry. -
Fruit Charles E. Chapman, J. D.
Avery, Ralph p. Wheeler.
Flowers Mrs. B. Ripley Park. Mrs.
George W. Tryon, Ernest Chapman.
Poultry Varian B. York. Governor
H. Brown, Raymond D. Brown, Har
' Pets-s-Harrlson . Kinnear, . Noyes
Wheeler. - ' ,
Needlework, Etc. Mrs. R. D. Cook,
Mrs. Charles E.- HHlard,. Mrs. Marcia
.Fine Arts Mrs. Lyle C. Gray, Mrs.
Royal A. Moore. Miss Alice E. Avery.
Cookery, ' Butter, Preserves, Etc.
Mrs. -Irving C-Eeclestone,- Mrs. John
D. Avery, Mrs. Calvin A. Snyder. .
School and Play Ground 'Exhibits
Miss Llla G.- Thompson, . Rev. Lucian
Drury. - - - '
Grange-Exhibits-Charles N. Brown,
John D. Avery, George D.-Coats.
Auditing-r-George F. . Coats, John L.
-Care" arid . "Rental ' of Grounds
George p.. Coats,- president; E. Frank
White, secretary. -.-
Amusement and Advertising Board
Marshals J. Edwin -Thompson,
George - A. Pendleton. ' ,
Decorating 'Miss Lila Thompson,
Mrs. George H. Stone, Mrs. Edgar
Chapman, Ralph P. Wheeler, Frank T.
- Antiques-Mrs. C."- NV- Brown. Mrs.
George A. Pendleton.' '
U. S. Civil Service Examinations.
The United States civil service com
mission announces the following open
competitive examinations on the days
and' at the places mentioned:
For sanitary bacteriologist, Sept. 22,
Hartford. Middletown, New Haven, for
men and women, to fill vacancy in the
hygenic laboratory, Washington, D. C-,
at salary of $1,500 a year.
; For laboratory assistant in petro
graphy. Sept. 22-23, Hartford, Middle
town, New Haven,, for men only, to fill
1 vacancy in department . of. commerce.
Ymouur5n,-ra, ax salary or 1,U80 a
year. - ...
" A'or quarantine inspector, Sept. 28,
apply for form-211 to custom-house,
NewSYork, for men only, to fill vacan
cy in Hofflce of ..federal horticultural
board, J salary of $2,400 a year.
For fled assistant in marketing in
vestigations, Oct. 5, apply, for form
2118 to custom house. New York, . for
men. only, t filKvacancy In office of
markets and rural organisation, at
salary. rangingfrom $1,800 to $2,400 a
year. . , , -
The announcement is made that" the
scientific- assistant, examination to be
held on Oct. 13-14 will be limited to
the basis-subjects and the optional or
scientific subjects of animal Tiusbandry,
marketing; and ' distribtition, nutrition
and calorimetry and seed testing.
The world's - production of artificial
silk is about 20.0Q0.0OQ ooind a. vwu-.
Vacationists Returning From Shore;
Mountain and Country Hay Fever
So Serious That Richard Lane Can
not Work Students Leaving. '
Mrs. Henrv Palmer ana - rimiVhtup
Miss Dorothy Palmer, have 1 returned
to Westerly after two weeks' visit with
Mrs. Christian Hansen of the Plain
Hill road. Mrs. Palmer's - son, 1 Ha
ry accompanied -them after spending
wie summer who nis aunt, Airs, lien
sen. - ' ;
After four. weeks at Pleasant V.ew.
George Mu.iin returned Wednesday to
ins uuiuB va uiu cemetery lane.
Mr. and Mrs. GUberc Vcrgason Jof
TTviaence are visiung at Mr - Ver
gason's former homa on Huntington
Miss May Bushnell of the Old Csn
terbury turnpike returned J this week
from a fortnight's outing at- Plvaean't
view, k. i.
Suffering From Hay Fever. A
Richard Lane is unable to continue
his work at Lebanon bejiuse of-a tf
vere attack of hav fovar and sn ;s at
his home on Otrobanao avnu-s. ,
Miss Emily Hopki.ia I:a returne.l .to
flamneld after a week s 1 visit ' with
Mrs. Albert Greea on Huntington iivr
Mrs. Mary Fordham of Vergason av
enue is visiting friends at Mansfield
After camping for ten days at Gard
ners Lake, Fred Dowdall of Otrobando
avenue has returned.
Mrs. William Card of South Wind
ham was the guest Wednesday of Mrs.
Aioert Green of Huntington avenue.
Enters Training School.
Harold Sterrv of Lee avenue left on
Wednesday for New London, where he
win enter me vocational Training
Mrs. B. L. Nichols of Bliss rla.ce left
this week for Portland. Maine, for a
visit at ner former home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Warmhv fmm
otorrs nave Deen visiting Mr: and Mrs.
Lewis Appley and Mrs. Mav Joslin.
at uneir nome on vergason avenue.
Paul Smith of ' Canterbury ha en
tered the Norwich Commercial colleere
and will make his home with a friend
on Lafayette street.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pendleton nf
New York came Wednesday to spend
two weeKs vacation at Mr. Pendle
ton s iormer home on Wawecus Hill.
ino outlook for potatoes is dis
couraging, for farmers find some hills
empty, in other the potatoes decayed
Y iiio.!. many larmers nave given up
uiRaing mem. -
Destined For Annapolis.
Arthur Mullin of Harland' mrn.p
nas received the appointment to study
for a midshipman's place at Annapolis
and left town last Thursday for the
Mrs. John Browninsr of East - Town
street and the Misses Browniner nf
Plain Hill will be among those from
nere who will attend the North
Stonington fair today (Thursday).
The cottage Prayer .meetiner con
ducted by members of the First Meth
odist church will be held this (Thurs
day) evening at the home of Mrs
Julia Talbot on Otrobando avenue.
Seventh Annual Gathering at Douglas
Wmp Ground Attended by 45 Vol
untown Man the Oldest Brown
The seventh annual reunion of the
Brown family, descendants, of John
and Deborah (Boswell) Brown, was
held Saturday at the Douglas camp
ground, about 45 being present. It
was an ideal day, perfect weather pre
vailing. For the seventh time-the' day
chosen for the event has been nleas-
WHlliam H W Rrnn,. '
Jewett City, was among those present.
Greetings were exchanged and a so
cial season enjoyed, while preceding
dinner organ and violin selections
were given bv Genrs-e Hill nd William
W. Brown, who played patriotic and
popular airs, the company joining in
singing. The young lady who played
the cornet during the week of camp
meeting kindly rendered a number of
cornet selections with organ and vio
lin. . . r -
Simon Brcwn of Voluntown 71 w
the oldest person Dresent.' the vouni?s
being Walter Everett BroWn, 5, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brown, of Doug
las Center. -. -- . i
Dinner was served in the dlnine
room of the Lowell building, a -very
tempting menu being enjoyed. Gladioli
were the table decorations. A feature
was a handsomely decorated birthday
cake inscribed "Brown Reunion. 1909-
1915." made' by 'Mrs. Henrv Nv nf
South Coventry, Conn. A group pic
ture of the company was taken, and
later automobile rides were enjoyed. '
About 30 stayed over Sunday in the
Lowell building. Saturday evening the
clubhouse was heated and- lighted for
the benefit of the party, who spent the
evening dancing and with song.
Those who .reelstered v MV
Mrs. William H. Brown, Miss Alice A.
.crown, inrs William K. Burdick, Mtes
Ethel Burdick, Mrs. Fred Whipple,
Fred Whipple, Jr.. of Jewett City; Mrs;
Ida E. Smith, Miss Hattie Smith, Wil
liam Smith, Airs. Henry W. Nye, Miss
es Ruth and Ella Nye, South Coventry-
axr. ana airs. TanK Mills, Miss Emma
Mills. Maymond Mills. Miss Helen
Brown. North Uxbrldsre. Ma ht
and Mrs. William Weaver, Franklin;
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brown, Bessie
Brown. Ernest Cooley, Staff ordville;
Jacob Irons. Paul Ginhold, Stafford
Springs: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown,
Ethel Brown, Monson, Mass.; Grace
Burgess, Cambridge, Mass.; Simon
Brown, Voluntown; Mr.- and Mrs.
Charles Ford, Ralph Ford. Miss Jen
nie Spellman, Orcutts; Mrs. Jane
Thompson. George Hill, Mr. and Mrs ;
Everett Brown, Walter E. Brown. Mrs.
G. H. Dudley. Evelyn Dudley. Mr. and
Mrs. William W. Brown, Miss Laura
Brown, Douglas; Inez E. Bowers, East
Douglas; Mr. and . Mrs. Henry Brown
of .Norwalk, Mass. . , . ,
The Gold Supply. .
The American supply of gold Is
growing.. This makes money cheap.
The cheaper money is the '.less bread
it will buy. . Abundance of gold we've
got and aboundance of gold we'll need.'
New Haven. About 60 children from
the Italian day nurseries in New Ha
ven, accompanied by a number of the
Apostolic Sisters of the Sacred Heart,
were made happy Thursday that being
their annual outing to Villa Rosa, the
beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Z.
Pali an tii Wwwlmant bUAh.
v Dcst for VI
V . To keep the complexion .
clear of blemishes, the N
head free from dandruff
and the hands white, use
- Contains 30 Pore 4
Best for pimples, itch,
blackheads,' and hives. .
It's a . fine - toilet ' soap.
BoW by all drnrgbta.
Hill'a Hir and Whisk r DnL
Dl I B r A
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WHITE CROSS COUNCIL
; OPENING ACTIVE SEASON.
First Meeting of the Fall Will Have
White Cross council, Jfo. 13, K. of C,
will inaugurate . the fall season of so
ciety activities at its meeting in the
Sunlight building this week, when a
most important meeting of the council
will be held In the council room. At
this meeting the work of the season
will be outlined and plans will be con
sidered for promoting every phase of
organization work which is encouraged
by the order.
In accordance with a new law of the
order, the annual election of officers
will take place at this meetlnsr. The
change - in the constitution and laws
was made in 1914 and became opera
tive tms year, it reads as Iollows:
"AH officers except the lecturer, med
ical examiner and chaplain shall be
elected annually, by ballot, at the first
regular meeting of the council held in
September of each year, and shall hold
their offices for the term of one year
from the first of October following, and
until their successors are elected and
Another important feature of this
meeting will be the conferring of the
nrst degree upon a class of 25 candi
dates.- Consideration will also in all
probability be given to a selection of
dates for the exemplification of. the
second and third degrees of the order,
for which degrees there is a large class
or qualified candidates.
New Haven. Dr. William V Verfll
and his sister. Miss Loretta Verdi
have returned from a trip to the
Pacific coast. Thev visited the ornnol.
tlons. made a short trlD into Mexico
and ' visited Yellowstone Park, the
Grand ranvon nf Iho OnlnmHn a r, rl
many points of interest between here
ana ine western coast.
can be . saved by buying your feed
from us than you would think and
money- is not always the paramount
consideration. In patronizing us you
can rely always on the high character
of the feed as well as the money
3 Ccve Street
' on Diamonds, Watches, jjwtirj
and securities of any kind at tile
Lowest Rates of Interest. An olU
'.established firm to deal with.
THR COLLATERAL. LOAN CO,
Id nais Street, Upstalra.
Most Cigar are Good
THESE ARE BETTER
TOM'S 1-2-3 5c CIGAR
GOOD FELLOW 10c CIGAR
Try them and see.
THOS. M. SHEA, Prop. Franklin St
ext to palace Cafe
at Canterbury, within and for the Dis
tinct .of Canterbury, on the 31st day of
August. A. D. 1915.
Present A, HALE BENNETT "Judge.
On motion of Ellas Patrick,' Admin
istrator on the intestate estate of
Charles Holt Barrows, late of Canter
bury, within said District, deceased
This Court doth decree that six
months be allowed and limited for the
creditors of said estate to exhibit their
claims against the same to the Admin
istrator, and directs that public notice
be given of this order by advertising
in a newspaper having a circulation in
said District, and by posting a' copy
thereof on the public signpost in said
Town of Canterbury, nearest the place
where the deceased last dwelt.
Certified from Record.
A. HALE BENNETT, Judge.
NOTICE. All creditors of said de
ceased are hereby notified to paesent
their claims against said estate to the
undersigned at South Canterbury,
Conn., within the time limited in the
above and foregoing order,
t BUT AS PATRICK.
AT A COURT OF PROBATE -HELD
at Norwich, within and for the District
of Norwich, on the 1st day of Septem
ber. A. D. 1915.
Present NELSON Ji AILING, Judge.
Estate of Catherine Thels late - of
Brooklyn, N. Y.. deceased.
The Executor exhibited his adminis
tration account with said estate to the
Court for allowance; it Is therefore
Ordered, That the 8th day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1915, at 12 o'clock noon,
at the Probate Court Room In the City
of Norwich, In said District, be. and
the same-is, appointed for hearing the
same, and-the said Executor is directed
to give notice thereof by publishing
this order once in some newspaper
having a circulation in said District,
at least fire days prior to the date of
said hearing, and .make return to the
J. AYLTNG. Judge,
The above and foregoing is a true
copy of record.
Attest: . FANNIE C. CHURCH.
WANTED Girl or woman for boom,
work: aroaU family. , 198 Laurel Hill
WANTED Middle aged American
housekeeper. . C. C King, Lebanon. Ct.
WASTED An experienced maid for
general housework. Apply 16 Broad St.
WHY DO YOU supose Norwich Com
mercial -School graduates are being
sent to splendid positions almost daily,
while the graduates of some schools
And li so hard to find work? There Is
a reason for this. A word to the wise
Is sufficient.' Attend Norwich Commer
clal School. ) sep2d
WANTED Woman to do general
housework. Apply 196 Central Ave.
WANTED A small trustworthy
family to occupy furnished rooms for
the winter and care for house, which
has modern improvements, in part
payment for rent. Telephone 769-12.
. WANTED A small liaht row boat tc
be used as launch tender; state size,
price and coiuUtlon. C. A. Lathrop
Norwich TowrvCt. Tel. 406-12.
WANTED By experienced man. po
sition as. herdsman, teamster or farm
manager in R. I. or Conn.: in fact,
would accept any steady position pay
ing good wages; small family; good
references. .Address Box SL Hope Val
ley, R. 1. sepld
THOUSANDS government jobs open
to men and women; $75 month; rapid
promotion: write Immediately for list,
tranklln Kistitute. Dept. 35-G., Roches
ter. N. Y. sepld
WAN TED A position as house
keeper in small family within city lim
its, or to assist in household affairs.
Address P. O. Box 228, Norwich, Ct.
WANTED A married man to work
by day. for general farm work and
teaming; house furnished. George D.
Wells. Wllllmantic, Conn. Phone $7-12.
WANTED All round man for res
taurant; one who understands about
furnace. City Lunch. auglld
WANTED A neat boy, 16 years of
ago, with good handwriting. West Side
on jaiu. . augsid
DEFINITION of a hen. is one of those
dear creatures who are always looking
for samples for a sick friend and gets
sore at the " clerk when he suggests
getting a doctor. We don't get sore
no matter how many Cobweb Corner
cigars you buy. Fagan's Smoke Shop.
BOARDERS WANTED Rooms with
neat; use or bath. Inquire 29 ' Win
Chester street. Laurel Hill . aug23d
WANTED Girls to learn winding
and quilling, steady work. West Side
WANTED Antique furniture and old
silver; good prices paid. A. Bruckner,
55 Franklin St. Tel. 717-3. may26d
THE PLYMOUTH, 44 Laurel Hill Ave.
The best place in Norwich for spring
and summer boarding; situated high,
overlooking the water; also automobile
parties accummodatca. Phone
may5d - -
WANTED iu ouy cuws and calves
of all kinds; pay goud price. - Jfi. Ulau-
u"itr, iti. lA-a, voicaesicr. wunu.
WANTED Piano tuning. A. U. Uor
dou. tbn Prospect St.. Oc. Tel. ssx-s.
LOST AND FOUND
I.OST rA yellow tonaz brtMrh. i.rv.
old-fashioned gold setting, near Put
nam depot, or on trolley from there to
Franklin Square, Norwich. Return to
tnis ornce and receive reward. sep2d
FOUND On McKinley -Ave., pocket
book containing small sum of money.
Can be obtained by calling at 31 Water
St.. describing same and paying for this
- ' sepzd
FOUND On Franklin Road, mid
watch and chain. Owner can have same
by proving property and paying for
mis acv. M. J. Shea, Yantic. sep2d
FOUND Came to m v nremlses Xfnn
day, two yearlings, one black, -one red
and white, spotted. Owner may obtain
same by proving property and paying
jegai cnarges. cxigar n. parKhuTst,
South Canterbury. Conn.- sep2d
LOST Half the
pleasures of the
County Fair, if you do not stop at the
LuiumDian nouse on your way and get
one or mase popular zo cent dinners,
FOUND A shepherd pup; owner may
have same by proving ownership and
S lying charges. Philip Monty, Jr., R.
. No. 1. Baltic, Conn. . sepld
LOST On Broadway, string of gold
beads. Finder will be rewarded by re
turning mem to jiiy uinco. sepld
FARMS FOR SALE
of all descriptions and pricaf.
Have- sold a large number but plenty
of good bargains left.
WM. F. HILL,
. Real Estate, and Insurance
Room 108 Thayer Bldg, Norwich, Ct.
25 SALE HORSES
I have two matched pairs and some
nice big chunks and business Horses
that-'l must dispose 'of right away.
Come and see them. Prices right.
ELMER R. PIERSON.
Tel. 1139. , jysa
VERY CHOICE RESIDENCE
Picturesque 14-room house, modern
equipment, large stable and grapery,
extensive flower and vegetable gardens
under careful cultivation, grounds have
frontage of about 150 feet and depth of
about 375 feet and possess a wealth of
beautiful shade trees. Located in best
residence section of Norwich. A srorj-
erty that has been greatly admired and
not previously aavertised lor sale.
and all kinds' ef Masons7 Building
Materials for sal by
Peck, McWilliams & Co.
Have Fancy Melons
TOMATOES, the finest
!' ' ETC, ETC
6 Franklin Street
JUSTIN HOLDEN, Proprietoe
f ? laereaa ! arlM ( fa
ce, the IVUlnin, r.l.. -n 1
old from sow at 35 per l,OOe.
are easily secured
Bulletin Want Ads
Phone 480 .
FOR SALE or rent, a seven T) room
cottage, barn and sheds, hennery, arte
sian well, never failing water supply,
three-fourths (JO acre of lajid, electric
lights installed. Arthur A. Bennett.
Vergason Ave., Norwich Town. Conn.
FOR SALE Fancy Devon oxen, well
broken, 64 years old, will plow' with
out driver; ox cart, fine order; and
wagon for oxen or horses; reach g earl
and body can be taken off; very haudy
for lumbering; will sell together or
separate for reasonable offer. A. I.
Ostrofsky, Storrs. Conn. Tel. 627-14,
DRUG) STORE for sale, with 11 -room
modern tenement connected; A-l loca
tion; wide territory, without competi
tion: death of owner cause for selMng;
immediate sale desired. H. Elmer
Lewis, Central Village, Conn. sep2d
PIUS for sale.
augl2ThM COWS FOR SALE Another carload
Just arrived; will have a load of .Taney
cows Thursday, Sept. 2. F. W. Hoxle,
Lebanon. Conn. Tel. 29-4. sepld
FOR 8 ALE A good paying restau
rant and quick lunch; seats 35; doing
good business; everything complete;
liberal terms. E. H. Berry, 12 Oak St..
FOR SALE Buick a passenger tour
ing car. 1913, overhauled and repainted,
is in perfect running order; price 1350.
John A. Godek. Jewett City. Conn.
JUST ARRIVED A car of extra
large young cows, milkers ana spring
ers, milking from 40 to 60 lbs. per day,
Holsteins, Ayrshires and Guernseys;
also two pair fancy matched, well
broken steers, weight 2500 and 2900.
E. E. Sharps, No. Franklin, Conn. Tel.
98-4 Willie aug31d
FOR SALE International Harvestir
one ton auto truck In good running or
der. John S. liillhouse, Willie. Tel.
LICE They cannot live on a bird
ucmicu wiui xkonemaa uce nemeay;
send 60c and try a bottle, postage paid.
Konemah Poultry Yards. 456 West
Main St.. Norwich. Ct. Jel4TuThS
FOR .MALE Or Rent; fully equipped
meat marxet in best location. Inquire
sal ucnirai avenue, teiepnone
FOR SALE Pair young sound mules,
weight 2.300; good workers; will sell
cheap. Frank Ford. Willimantlc.
FOR SALE; Young cow. Inquire
x uuiiB ton-i or lop ox jsuiternui mil.
Trading Cove. 6t-aug27d
FOR SALE Village property, house
and all out-buildings in excellent re
pair, seven acres fertile land, plenty
of fruit, on state road, two minutes'
walk to trolley, near markets. P. O.
Box 462. Westerly, R. I. 7t-aug26d
Loach Cart for aale, best in Wllll
mantic. Must be sold at once. Will
make terms to suit. Reply to 67 Church
street, Wiillmantic. aug25d
FOR SALE 1910 Cadillac four pas
senger car In good condition. F. C.
Rogers, 'jl Chestnut street.
HORSE FOR SALE A good driver,
for -lady or -gentleman, weighs about
1209.- Telephone 221-12. jylftd
- STOCK ED poultry farm, 3V4 miles out
near village, fine 7 -room cottage, nice
shade, good barn, nine poultry houses,
30 acres. Fruit, wood, nice stream. Half
acre potatoes, other crops. 650 famous
Tom Baron strain White Leghorns,
horse, wagons, tools, etc, 32,200, rea
sonable terms. Tryon's Agency, Willi
mantlc, CIL Jyl2d
1H1AK IT OT Bit ZOO notenead
and 3w . '.rauiar business sise
enveiopes. neatly printed, lor ik.Q; 60S
each 33.00. bend lor samples and
prices for any printing you are la need
of. The Bulletin Company, Morwica,
I AM BUYINftt poultry ot all kinds.
Anyone naving same, drop postal to
banutl Ueiiert. Colcbester, Conn.
FiK SALE Wwa, stove lengths, 3t
a cord. U cord 32.50. Ballard. Tel.
10 acres of standing Rowen
Inquire H. P. CMAHONY. '
Scotland Road. Norwich Town.
The Jerome Island Farm, situa
ted in the Town of Montville,
Ave minutes' walk from the
New London trolley line, con
sisting of seventy acres, thirty
tillable, an eight room house,
about fifty fruit trees. Excel
lent water. Price reasonable.
For particulars inquire of
TH0MA8 H. BECKLEY,
Real Estate and Insurance
- May Building 278 Main St.
724 Phones 474-3
The beautiful residence of the late
Walter H. Woodworth. No. 208 West
Thames St. A rare chance to get a
big bargain. For full particulars. In
JOI1N A. MO RAN, .
Real Estate and Invearmeat Broker.
Fraaklla Square, Norwich.
FOR SALE 0B BENT
Three minutes' walk from Peck's
corner two new Cottages with garage
and all modern Improvements.
For particulars inquire of.
JOHN A. MORAN. Real Estate Broker
Franklin Square, Norwich
Two houses and - barn, with
acres of smooth land with fruit.
trolley near Norwich.
E. A. PRENTICE
Phone 300 . 88 Cliff Street
when ror want to put your bus
Iness before the public, there Is tie
medium better than through the edi Eastern Connecticut equal to. The Uui
vertialae .olumnj, of The Bulletin. latin for business results. , .
TO RENT Tenement -of fire roome;
all Improvements. 3 Inquire 121 Oak
ridge St. . - . sep2d
PLACE for one or two gentlemen,
with or without board' all conven
iences. X. Y. Z.. Bulletin. aenld
TO RENT The best offices in this
city for doctor or laevrer; also fur
nished rooms. J. B. .Lucas, Centra)
TO REST Furnished, rooms, $1.60
up. electric light, bath, hot and cold
water, three mine-tea from the City
Lunch. TeL 1396. ChaoLberlln House,
68 Churcn St. . auglld ,
FOR RESIT On LaureL Hill Avenue
is an upper fiat, awaiting- and inviting
the -coming of a small American family,
one in middle life; every convenience,
in fine location and. in good condition;
rent moderate. Address Box B., car
Bulletin Co. ... auglOTuS -
FOR RENT Desirable offices in the
Thames Loan and Trust Building, She
tucket 8 1- Inquire thre. jeld .
A FLAT To rent, six rooms and
bath. Gas and electric, lights. Colettl
233 Franklin street. 6t-augl7d
FOR RENT Apartment of five
rooms, 114 Asylum street; all modern
Improvements, also barn or garage.
Inquire 64 Asylum streetPhone 639-4.
TO RENT Store at t6 Broadway,
modern conveniences. L L Chapman,
14 Bath street. . auglttths. -
TO RENT Pleasant nine-room tene
ment; all conveniences; excellent loca
tion for boarders. Address X, - car
TO RENT The very desirable flat
132 Broadway, down stairs. John E.
Fanning. 62 Broadway. y27d
TO RENT Cottago at 86 atcKlnley
Ave. Mrs. S. G. Congdon. jyl3d
TO RENT Upper, six rooms, gas,
bath, hot and cold water, 11 Elm St.
Apply C F. Whitney, Norwich Bulletin.
TO RENT Rooms Sot light house
keeping. Inquiro S. G. Congdon. 82 Mc
Kinley Ave. JeJd
STORAGE ROOM Inquire J. E. Fu
ning. 62 Broadway. . f eblSd
FliHNlSUD ROOM Centrally lo
cated. Emma Morse, is Union St.
FURNISHED ROOMS,all modern con
niencca. 3 Ualoa at. Pboa ietl-3.
Modern Flat, " seven rooms, heat
furnished 335.00. .
JAMES L. CA8E
.7 Shetucket St, Norwich, Conr
Stores and Offices in ' new1, Thayer
euiiaing, (ramam oquaro. M re
proof, beat of elevator service jani
tor. Everything up-to-date. -
Apply to WILLIAM F. HILL. Agent,
QUONOCHONTAUG Ten-room . cot
tage. 2 acres land. 1000 feet from
Ocean and Salt Pond; sown flower and
vegetable gardens; hardwood ' floors,
plumbing and heat. Rental 3350.
Others $200 to 34000. Send for booklet.
FRANK W. COY. Westerly,. R. I.
forload New York Cows
will arrive Wednesday, Sept. 1st
JAMES H. HYDE, North Franklin
Telephone Lebanon, Conn.
WATCH HILL BUSINESS
A store on leased land (long term
lease), with all fixtures, doing a
good business; for sale at a bargain.
Cartage at Pkanst View.
A 10-room cottage at Pleasant
View, lot 30 by 200. This place Is
centrally located, S-mlnute walk to
trolley and postofflce, and the price
is very low. Inquire about it.
A Lt at Gretna Loa Pla.
Located on the water side, sandy
beach, not far from board walk.
Price If taken this month la only
3690. A bargain. Cottages all
Choice of 400 prices from 327S
to 320,000. Send for catalogue.
. WILLIAM A. WILCOX.
Real Estate Broker.
No. 41 West Broa St.. Reams X aad
S, Westerly. R. L
Pkeae Ne. SSS...
Elect rio lights stam heat. set.
tubs, large lot, in fine location.
N. TARRANT & CO.,
. i 117 Main Street. Norwioh
195 North Main Street,
consisting of one large store, bam
and fivo tenements. .Pays
JAMES L. CASE
37 Shetucket . St, Norwich, Conn.
2S8 THAMES STREET
Two Tenement House with fi rooms
each In excellent condition and on
trolley lino with acres of good
tillable land, barn aad henhouses.
Good opportunity for some ono
wishing to keep cow and do a poul
try business or market gardening.
FRANCIS D. DONOHUE.
Central Building Norwich, Conn.
THERE is ae aaverttata saeai
. ' POETRY "t.
- WHAT ARB YOU -SERB FOR?
If?3rouT never made another have f
if J?1"- in life.
"t!. ' hlP ' brothef
' strife w"truggJe and nil
If- you've never been a comfort to thj ,
--. weary and the worn. '
WiU TCVf11,"' what youV here tot
-j this lovely land of! moral ?
" 7U,fV.Z.ie ,th Pathway f
y"" neighbor glow with sun.
" T0"!?, "J,1- brought a bubble t4
,m fellow heart with funa
" -T0-U,?. .chSred a toiler thai
..,. you tried to help along.
Wllt TiOU.ieU .u" what you're here f&i
in this lovely land of song!
If: you've never made a comrade' feet
' the world a sweeter place
Because you lived within it and ' ha4
-served It with your grace; ,
K you've never heard a woman or f
, little child proclaim
A blessing on your- bounty you're
poor band at the garnet
.... . . Baltimore Bun.
FROM A SKYSCRAPER WINDOW.
Each Monday morn when I rook dowi
From story -twenty-five
upon the tiered and towered town.
A seething, soaring hive.
Below I see but brick and stone
That house the strife and stress, ,
Save one low lying roof alone ..
That cowers in the press.
The others shimmer in tho sun
As arid as the sand, . .
But on the flat roof of this one, .1
Br no convention banned,
A modest family washing flirts ' x
And flaps amif the breese;
Just - sheets and towels, socks an4
And homely things like these. -
Who hangs it out I never know. . ' ,
Who takes it in when dry.
It makes me smile to see the show. -"
But smiling brings a sigh.
I wonder is there any spot .
Where you could ewer roam,
Skyscrapers, palaces, what not,"-
You would not find' a home!
Maurice Morris, in Mew York S:
HUMOR OF THE DAY
Teacher Johnny, .what Is a neutrall
jonnny Please, ma am, it s a per
son wnac gets Plowed up. lAle.
ixewiywea My wife says I am on
man in a thousand. ,
Singleton Gee! What a hopeless.
Strawber Why do yon think you
will have any trouble1 in keeping th
engagement secret? - -
Sincerely I had to -tell the girl, '
didn't I? Puck. . , I
"Jim told me last night that I was '
the only girl he had ever ;kiaseL
"Did you believe him?"
"Yes. And so would you If yon had
seen the awkward way he -went about
it." Detroit Free Press.
The One I can't understand why old
man Solomon was considered euch
wise guy when he married . 700 times.
The Other Well, that's enough to
put any man wise. Indiana-polls Star.
"Do you. think women's chubs lessen)
interest in the homo?"
"No," replied Miss Cayenne. ."After
listening to formal' lectures and de
bates, I should think & woman would,
find her husband's conversation com
paratively entertaining." Washington
Tm not going to that.female har
ber shop again; there's ' a rude girl
there, don't you know." -
-What did she say?" 5
' 'Why, she looked at my mnstawsh
and answered me if I would have it
sponged off or rubbed in." Christian
Register. ' - . .
"But.: Ellsar said the nbtnu
"your little hoy was christened George I
Washington. Why do you call hiirf
Izaak Walton? Walton, you know i
was the famous fisherman."
' Yes'm," answered Elisa. "but d.-.f
chile's repetasbum fo" teilin' de tro '
made dat change imperil ve."- 6eatt
. Ilemmandhaw Beanbrough la : at
Shimmerpate What makes yen
Hemmandhaw This xnorninar. wher
I 'met him, he said he would soon be
done with walking.
Hemmandhaw Yes; he said he had
just bought two chances for an auto.
mobile raffle. Exchange.
Experiments; are feeing conducted in
Australia with a method for produce
uig illuminating gas from sewage sedi
ment. To enable visitors to get a closer
view of the whirlpool of Niagara Falls.
passenger-carryinsr cable will be
built across the river.
Merchandise and treasure to th
value . of 385,500.000 moved between
Alaska and the United States in 1914,
an increase of S4.0O0.0OO over 1913.-
Germany uses about tiwee as many
postcards for domestic correspondence
as any other nation, Japan ranking
second and the United States third.
The waste from two wood pulp mills
In Sweden that use the sulphite pro
cess, ordinarily regarded as valueless,
is being converted into, industrial al
When the British government took:
charge of the railroads for mobilizing
Its army, it gave them 60 hours tn
which to transport troops in 350 tralm
to given points, and they did it In 4:
By annexing Franz Josef Land. Rus
sia increases the number, rather thar
the extent, of her possessions. " Th
archipelago consists of about 60
islands, almost all of the group being
covered with snow-clad glaciers.
The value of thymol In medicine
and sanitation depends upon its pow-
errui germiciaai properties, combined
with an absence of toxic qualities. It
can be used as an antiseptic with th
same effectiveness as phenol or car
bolic acid; but, unlike the latter, la
Facts for 8ufFerrs.
Pain results from' injury or conges
tion. Be it neuralgia. rheumatUm,
lumbago, neuritis, toothache, sprain. -bruise,
sore stiff mu&cles or whatever,
pain you -have yields to- Sloan's Lini
ment brings new fresh blood, dis
solves the congestion, relieves the us
Jury, the circulation is free and u?.-
pain leaves as if by magic. T na ture
of Its qualities penetragr imme
diately to the sore spot, ftoa't -ke
on suffering. Get a bottle of SloaJ
Liniment. -Use it. It means lnsuf,
relief. Price 36c and 50c 61.00 bottle,
holds six times as much as the -5c
A Clogged System Needs Attention.
' Are you bilious, dizzy and listless?
Dr. King's New Life Pills taken at
once seizes upon consUpation - sn
starts the bowels moving naturally
and- easily. Moreover it acts withou
griping. Neglect of a clogged syste
often leads to most serious compile
tiona. If you wish to wake up tomo:
row morning happy in mind and en
tirely satisfied, start your treatment to
night. 26c a bo Ula