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FAIR TODAY AND
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KCRW1CH. CONN. SATURDAY, MAY 27. 1916,
What U Going On Tonight
Vaudeville and Moving? Picture
Moving: Pictures at the Colonial.
vanaevlil and Movlnc Picture!
AT THE AUDITORIUM.
Pretty Hazel Dawn to Appear In 'My
Lady Incog on Monday and Tueaday
The 'best the market affords In mo-
ition pictures is what the management
o( the Auditorium is showing;, to the
(Norwich theatregoers and judging
ifrom the crowds that attend , daily, it
is being appreciated. A string orches
jtra has been engaged to play each ev
;enlng starting next Monday and this
fact alone will reatly improve me
value of the picture. Special music
will be arranged for each picture, and
the orchestra, will -be made a feature
of the DroEram. i .
Today's photoplay bill consists of
t three excellent pictures totalling up
eiffht full reels. The show will open
with a two-reel Pathe comedy drama
entitled "When Troubled, following will
i come the big nvo-reel Paramount dou
I We star feature. Cleo Ridgley and Wal
i lace Held in The Golden Chance, taken
j from the novel of the same name by
I Jeanie MaoPherson, and a photoplay
t of exceptional interest.. The show will
close with a very funny Pathe com
lerjy.reel entitled Luke Leans to the
Next (Monday's Paramount feature
will bring here once more, pretty Ha-
sel Dawn In My Lady -Incog, present
ed bv the Famous Players company.
and in which Miss Dawn appears for
ttha first time as a trirl detective. My
Lady Incog, privately known as Nell
: Carroll, is a sympathetic and com
pelling character, especially appealing
because of her self-reliance and cour
tage in fajcimr extreme perils unflinch
ingly. The story contains a powerful
j union of intense dramatic situations
and amusing episodes, with always
the suspense of - uncertainty and the
excitement which comes room the bat
;tling of keen intellects for supremacy
when the stakes are big. My Lady
Incog has all the Interest of a mystery
story, plus a delicate touch of ro
mance and a dash of comedy that in
sures the success of this unusual Par
There will be shown also Monday
and Tuesday a two-reel Path drama
and a single reel comedy picture.
Meti cars finished first, second and
third, and won this coveted trophy.
The records of this endurance test
show . that, thesa Metz cars were the
only ones that were . equipped with
gearless transmission, and this made
the automoDue owner sit up ana tone
notice. - .-'" .'.-:..;-...
It has been this and a series of
other "eye-opening" victories, in both
endurance and hlll-dlimbing -contests.
that have made previous skeptics re
alize they could -not afford to ignore
gearless transmission one minute long
er, and "they are now doing Just what
the IMetz company has always wanted,
they are asking to tie shown what it
Since the day that the first IMetz
moved with ease and sureness, there
has been a steady increase in the
number of people who realize that
gearless transmission is not a me
chanical experiment, but is Nature's
own method or transmission sanely
applied . to the automobile.
General chairman. Miss Louise G.
Howe; honorary chairman, Mr. Wil
liam Birge; advisory committee, H.
A. Tirrell, iMlss A.. F. Gilbert, MSss
Elizabeth 'B. Huntington, Miss Helen
Marshall; stage committee, Mrs. Ozias
Dodge ana iMiss A. iu. unoert; scene
committee, Mrs. Edson -F. Gallaudet,
Mrs. William A. Norton, 'Mrs. Ozias
Dodge, Mrs. IV A. Lester, Weston Pui-
len, Mrs. John D. Hall, Mrs. mamuna
W. Perkins, Miss Anglo Keen, Miss
Foulkerson, Mrs. Frank L. Farrell,
Mrs. William Birge, Mrs. Eben Learn
ed, Mrs. John Huntington, Mrs. Ed
win 'E. Higglns. Mrs. J. J. .uesmona.
Mrs. Charles Stewart, Mrs. C. R. Butts,
Miss Mary R. Gitobs, Miss Nellie Cor
ing, Miss Edith Young, Mrs. Eliza
beth P. Norton; advertising commit
tee, Mrs. IQ W. Hlggins, Mrs. William
B. Oat; cast committee, Mrs. E. F.
Gallaudet, Miss A. "E. Gilbert, Mrs.
William Birge. Mrs. Ozias Dodge, Mrs.
F. A. Lester; coaches, Miss Aimira
Frink, Miss F. . H. Gulliver, Miss H.
The Boy Scouts will be on band to
assist wherever needed.
A fine little farm of 30 acres , with
good buildings, on main road, 3 miles
from Franklin square.
E. A. PRENTICE -
86 Cliff Street Telephone 300
Four Shews Today at 1.30, 3.15, 6.45
i . and 8.45 Three Big Keith Acts and
' Triangle Picture.
' ' There will be four shows at the Da
vis today and the headline attraction
is Corbet, Shepard and Donovan, three
men and a piano, who present a snap
py comedy, singing- and musical offer-
lng. They dress well, are excellent
singers and for all round, clever en
tertainers. This act .would be hard to
beat. The second act is Lady, one of
the cleverest canine performers in
vaudeville. This dog does anything
Wagner's grand opera, Die "Walkure
with a cast never equalled in any
opera house in the world, will be
given in the Tale Bowl in New Ha
ven on the evening of June 6, starting
at 7.45 and the production, from ev
ery standpoint, bids . fair to be the
most remarkable ever given. About
one-third of the Bowl will be used
and it is expected that about 26,000
persons will be on hand when the first
note is sung. , The cast As made up
I WJ A T"CT light Ascsnfej
Ko Llachins Work - Claan, ; Iiglit and Spacious
Factory. Good Wages To Competent Help.
COFKTICUT ELECTRIC rMFACTURING CO., BRIDGEPORT, COM
FOR HTREJ Central Garage n1 Ltv-'
ery. Central Village; paengr service j:
l1 ton truck, eaey eprimiii; picnica, ;
loa-ffea, dances; a'aso piano and furniture
moving'; also seven end five twsawiger
I uto at reastraaMatenrrs. F-.oiie 1-3.)
Moosup Llv. y. Tj. CJawtoer, Frop.i
Lioned Pigqtrette, Ianag-ir. my2"d
iFOR RENT Pleant nin room '
tenement, wHth bath, modern improve-j
merits, good location for boarder. In- .
quit or Bimwn. ma.yita
TO RENT 'Art Preaeajnt View Bciwh. !
seven room cottage,. furaishd, modern j
improvements, I $150 for season; with!
garage $175. p. O. Box 8i, Westerty, :
R. I. Tnay27(l -
'i'li U:T' iwt-UiS'e ,t Fjeiisani View: !
nine rooms and bafh, w4th modern ira-;
provements; garage for twy cars.!
George E. Broueaton. 6 Main 8t Wast- i
erly, R. I. ' mayJTd
WA NT ED Reliable man to work on
established tea and coffee route in and
around Putnam; must furnish horse
and give small bond; excellent propo
eation for the rigiit man. Apply to
Grand Union Tea Co., 6T7 Main St,
Willi-mantic , may27d
FOR SALE. L '
Cottage Houses. Tenement and Busi
ness Blocks, Building Lots, all in de
sirable locations. List your property if
you care to sea or rent, as I have a
number of people looking for real es
Beat Estate aad iBraraaee.
Room 108. Thayer Bide
The Peck4!cWiIIiam$ Co.
Contractors and Buflders
Dealers in Masons' Building Supplies.
LOST AND FOUND
BANKBOOK IX) ST Lost or stolen
assbofck- No. 113803 of The Norwich
Ja-winK'S oeietv. All iwranns jtre ran.
tioned against purchasing or negotiat-
'ln? vne same, ania n n v Tiernn itflfini, n
.-KLim la aaju took is inereDy called upon
iu imeseni trdiu cia.im 10 Sana ftanK on
or Derore tne ztn iav of Ntovemhei-
1916, ocr submit to liaving the book de
clared cancell-ed and extinguished and
a new book issued in-lieu thereof or
the amount due thereon "paid. may27S
LOST A Kentleman's croe-n faoe srol.l
watcTi. with fob. between Rtnlrwp.n
Broad and Cedar streets, between 7 and
i-Tiaay morning, tender leave at thia
oinoe or return to Martin Jjarsen, She
tucket St. irta.y27d
LOST Tuesday, a milk account book
with names of customers. Finder
leave at Bulletin Orfice and receilve re
l-OST on uroaaway, Saturday, sap-
pmre rosary, witn name on cruclnx.
Reward for return to Powers Bros., 10
Rose Place. may25d
WOMEN wanted: full tlrrw- mlnrv 1
selling guaranteed 'hosiery to wearer;
26c an hour svare time: nermanent:
experience unnecessary. International
xiosaery, iwornstown. Pa mayZ7d
WAMTEJD Reliable man or boy on
small faTm who can milk, and for gen
eral work. W. S. -Vall. Yantic. tba
mm 33-4. ' may27d
EUAEiRLY worn am would like & place
in small family as housekeeper. Oal
at John Curry's. Yantic, Conn. Tele
phone 636-4. - may27d
FOR SALE A 1200 lb. horse. Syra
cuse plows, mootMng arrow, cutaiway
narrow, wagons ana Harnesses. W. e.
Vail,. Yantiic. Lebanon 33-4. may27d
OPPORTUNITY of a IKestime: co
operate with us on a money-making
proposition: write trd.v fop. n.n-t icn-
lars. The Simmons Co., Dept U., At
lantic, Miasa may27d
RELIABLE m'en and" women to sell
nursery stock throughout Connecticut;
best opportunity; permanent position;
weekly cammiiastlons; act quickly. Write
orown HrotnerB- Co., Rocnester, H. x.
WASTED Second hand cream sep
arator: mall particulars. George Wes-
ton. packer, jonn. may27d
WASTED Boom and board in a pri
vate family by a younr man.. X. Y. Z.
LIVE ajfents for hiKb cri-a.de eDecial
ty; demonstration 'invariably results in
sale; descriptive "booklet- end terms
free, write Youngs Merchandising Co.
Box 62, Danbury, Conn. -. tnay27d
30 UNION CARPENTERS
The Sperry Engineering Co.,
JOSEPH HALL SON
Phone 646-4 Trading Cove
LOST Strayed from mv farm in
Hopevllle, four, head black and white
young stock. Anyone knowiing any
thing concerning same, please notify
owner. H.. A.- Pnngle, Jewett City.
Phone 13-6. may25d
Charlie ChapHi Coming to the Davis
Next Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
anyone asks It to do and was fea
tu red In the big serial picture. The
Exploits of Elaine. The third and last
act Is King & Ward, who present a
novel comedy skit, called the Country
Girl and the City Chap. They carry
their own , special scenery andKeep
everyone in laughter while they efoupy
the stage. Altogether for a three-act
combination, this bill cannot be equal'
ed anywhere for the money.
The Triangle photoplay feature on
this Mil is called Sold for Marriage,
a five-part Griffith production, with
fXlIian Gish as the star. This Is a
strong dramatic picture and comes up
to standard of all Griffith supervised
productions. To complete the program
and send everyone home with a smile
on their face. Fatty 'Arbuckle will be
eenn in the two-reel Keystone com
edy. The Other Man. This is post
tlvely the funniest film this popular
comedian has ever appeared in. Don't
forget, four shows today and Keith
vaudeville and Triangle pictures. An
other big bill is booked for next week
Watch Monday's Bulletin for particu
lars. . . . .
. THE COLONIAL.
: The feature picture at the Colonial
today is The Ruse, a Vita graph drama
In three parts, with the following cast
John Cottrell (Joseph Kilgour); Mor
gan Dallas (Harry Morey); Edgar
Uingdon CDenton Vane); Dr. Carlton
(Charles Kent); Emily Cottrell (Nao
mi ChHders); Mrs. Effingham (Helen
Pillsbury). - Author and producer, Eu
Irene Mullin. The Man in Him, an
Johannes Sembach, who Sings in "Die
Watkure" in the Yale Bowl on June 5
at the stars of the "Metropolitan Opera
company oi XNewv iork and tne or
chestration will be 'by the Metropoli-
laa upera nouae orchestra, augment
ed tp 100 pieces and under the direc
tion of Arthur Bodansky.
The opera in New Haven will be
given- under the auspices of the Tale
School of 'Music and part of the ipro-
ceeas win oe grven to this department
of the university and another part will
be used to defray the debt on the
Bowl. Four hundred Tale men will
act as ushers' and guides, while 200
will act as special policemen m the
university's parking space, which will
De ormiantiy illuminated. Tnose wish
ing to park their cars in the plots of
the universfty near the Bowl, for
which a charge of $2 will be made.
should apply when sending their ticket
applications, to the Tale Ticket De
partment, Durfee hall. New Haven.
The owner of each car will receive a
check and the car will not be released
until the proper check is returned to
the man In charge of the parking sec
tion, lAll cars in the university park
ing space will be protected and guar
antee is made against loss of any kind.
It is expected that the university will
handle 2,000 cars.
Tickets for the opera should be ap
plied for at the earliest possible mo
ment and cheques should be made
payable to i the Yale Ticket -Depart
ment, New Haven, Conn. - There will
be a public sale of seats at the ticket
department on June 1 and until that
time seats will be given out. In the
order of the receipt of applications.
EFFORT TO SAVE THE
The Building Committee of the
School Board of the Town of Mansfield,
Conn., are ready to receive bids for the
building of the E3win Reynolds Me
morial School at Mansfield Depot. The
committee reserve- the right to reject
any or all bids. Blda must be received
by June 10th, 1916. For plans and
REV. LEONARD SMITH,
Mansfield Center, May 25th, 1916.
AT A COURT OF PROBATE HELD
at Norwich, witlnin and for the District
of avorwicn, cn tne zotn day oi .May,
A. D. 116.
Present NELSON J. AYLING. Judge.
Estate of Palmer A. Brown, late of
Griswold. In sal-d District, deceased.
The Administrator c. t. a. appeared
in Court and filed a written application
alleging that said estate is now n set
tlement In said Court, and praying for
an order to sell certain real estate tie
longing to said estate, fully described
in said application.
Whereuoon. It Ib Ordered. That said
application be heard and determined at
the Probate Court Room in the City of
Norwich, in .said District, on the 31st
dav of May. A. D. 1916. at 11 o dock In
the forenoon,- and that notice of the
pendency of said application, and of
said hearing thereon, be gliven toy the
publication of this order once in some
newsimner haviner a circulation in said
District, at least four days prior to the
date of ttsaa nearcng. ana tnai Tecum
be made 'to Che Court.
NELSON J. AYLTNG, Judge.
The above and1 foregoSng Is a true
copy of' record. - -
Attest: HELEN M. DRE9CHER,
may27d ' - . Assistant Clerk.
10 General Housework Girls. 5 Girls
for seashore, 3 chambermaids, 20
farmhands, 50 laborers, 12 milkers, 8
boys, 4 cooks.
FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
GEO. L. CHESBRO
Central Building, Norwich, Conn.
WANTED Reliable man to talk
trees and shrubs; big offer; pay week
ly; quick; permanent. First National
Nurseries. Rochester. N. Y. may27d
'WANTEDA c-irl at Pnuresi Con.
fectionery Store, Franklin Square. ;
roayzYa -- .
MARHY if lonelv: for fes.ultn Inr m-
best and most successful; reliable;
hundreds rich wish early marriage;
strictly confidential; years' experience;
descriptions ree. "The Successful
Club," Mrs. Purdie, Box 556, Oakland,
WASTED Every woman &nvhodv
who keeps hens, to call at any of the
dealers below for a free trial package
of Dr. Hess Instant Louse Killer. Be
member, hens can't fitrht lice and lav at
nie aame lime. a.re your nens lousy I
This free trial package will tell. Dust
it in the feathers thoroughly, wait a
oouple of minutes, then fluff briskly
over a piece of white paper and look
for dead lice. Test this free trial nack-
age also for lice on horses, cattle, sheep
ticks, certain bugs on cucumber, squash
and melon vines, slugs on rose bushes,
etc Inquire also about Dr; Hess Poul
try Pan-a-ce-a, the tonic that will kee
your poultry healthy, make your hens
lay and your chicks grow. Any of
these dealers will trive you the free
trial package of Dr. Hess Instant Louse
R.uier: rworwicn uram Co., 41 (commerce
St.; Albert Boardman, 74 Franklin St.;
T. H. Eldridge, 85 Water St.; Murphy
Hardware Co.. 16 Thames St.; Greene
ville Grain Co., 449 NorthMaln St.; A.
R. Manning, Yantic.
may 6-1 0-13
WANTED Silver, furniture, irlass.
Satisfactory prices. Business strictly
confidential. Antique Shop, Central
ELECTRICIANS wanted for general
wiring. Apply Gale Electric Company,
unogepori, conn. mayztrtl
WANTED Salesman to handle the
uenominat'Or addiinsr machine for mak
ing up payrolls; price $20; sells readi
ly; tiDei-ai commission: territory Nor
wich. New London and Willimantic
Address H. H. Holmes. 86 Weyboseet
t., Providence. K. L mayzed
FOR SALE One draift horse, one
pacing mare, one handsome chestnut
driving and saddle horse: also five wag
ons. Daniel M. Brown, - Plainfield. Ct.
FOR SALE Bulck tounntr ear. 1914.
model B37. good condition, extra tires.
Shock absoioexsv etc. BOX 45, South
windnam, conn. may27d
FOR SALE Green Mountain potatoes
at market prices. P. Curtin, Baltic, Ct.
FOR SALE Golden oak diinina table
mm uuuei, caieap ix taaen at - once.
Phone 980. 7 . may27d
FOR SALE 50-acre woodlot one-half
mule irom railroad, good for 5,000 ties;
must be sold to close estate. Samuel
A. tmappeil, Administrator, No. Wind
ham, Ct. mny27d
FOR SALE White Wvandotte babv
chicks: also ezes for hatching. Miss
Marjorie Barber. Phone 463-8. may24d
FOR SALE -Baby carriage, in excel
lent condition. J. S. Adams. 7 Boswell
Ave. Tel. 141-2. may26d
FOR SALE Pope Hartford touring
car ana a Mercer nve-paseenger, car,
both in good condition: will sell at a
bargain. Apply at the Danieleon Inn,
uaniei&on, uonn. pnone. mayzod
FOR SALE A black mare. Address
Roei Lorella, R. F. D. No, 9, Norwich,
utrooando Ave. may zod
FOR SALE In Lisbon. 3 acres of
cultivated land, with fruit trees, next
to Shooting Club. Address Mrs. Agnes
Uddiie, K. v. 4. mayzad
FOR SALE or will exchange for live
stock, one Metz auto, one good farm
norse. uaniei B. ouaie, r. u. no. o
Tel. 439. may23d
. FOR SALE: Thousands of the lead
ing varieties of early and late tomato
plants, Earliania, Early Mascot, Jewel,
Bonny Best. Champion and Stone; other
late sorts soon; unusually well bard
ened, rugged plants; regular prices to
tne trade. Tel. ioiz. . Hi. pecunam,
Kast aide oarder.s. maylKd
FOR SALE Ford tourinsr car. Ma
jestic Garage. W. R Frisbie. mayl7d
TO REBiT Lower and iinnar tene
ment at 663 North Main St. Apply at
office. The Norwich Belt Mfs:. Co.. Inc.
TO RE?TF K(rht.,nntn pnttar, nl1-v
tuiiiuuHH, excellent location, ten min
utes' walk from Franklin Square; pos.
sees'lon June 1st. Apply Bulletin Office.
I ILK nve-room tpnptnpn t far rp.nt'
alt improvements, ateam heat, electnic
bui ana oaw, XZi .uaKridge 1st.
The fine Bank Building -. of The
Thames Loan and Trust Company, X6-
34 Shetucket St., Norwich, Conn, about
70 feet front. One part of the main
floor is finely equipped for banking,
and the other part, also provided with
vault,- la admirably suited for corpora
tion or other purposes. Offices, with
elevator, on the second and third noors.
Superior location for- bank. Insurance,
trust, agency, or other business.
. AMOS A. BROWNING,
FOR RENT Furnis'hAri mom ' nrlrh I
private family, central location, $3. In-
iuire nuiietin etnee. mayZod
TO RENT Tenement five mnma all I
uivucxxi iiupruvements, o- w;nurcn St.
caone 1801 -a. : may25d
TO RENT A marie iidtmi. fio t I
eight rooms, 81 Union EL Inquire at I
ad vhw bi. mayzda
11 KT Tenement of nl-r mnm
electric lights and bath, E0 Cedar St.
TO RENT Fla.t if tiT rnnmi niHlh
bath, gas-and porch. 118; flat of five
rooms and bath, 115; flat of five rooms
and oath, sio. Ailing Rubber Co.
FOR RENT Pasture land at Tmrlinir I
wove. Appiy james isi. uewoil.
TO RENT At 88. Franklin St.. on
in hl noor, io:ir-nm nat, modern im
provements. Inquire Brooklyn Outfit-
iria. - mayzud
FLAT of five rooms, modern Imrrrove
ments, with or without barn, 43 Union
, SIX DESIRABLE
Greene Ave. and Cedar St.
For particulars and prices address
or call on H. H. GALLUP, Norwich.
Situated on the leading ' residential
street of Willimantic, Conn, (corner
Pleasant and Mountain streets.) House
ur Bctuuni inspection invited, so., r ura, I . . - rt . . , ,
82 Washington St.. New London. Conn. eon'ts 20 rooms, with I Srge ve-
FOR RENT Furnished boardwalk
cottages, directly on main bathing
beach at Groton Long Polnt. by month
or season; inspection invited. M. Ford,
TO RENT Furnished rooms, all con
veniences, five minutes' walk from
Franklin Square; men only. 125 School
fit. Telephone 5Z2-4. . maylad
TO RENT Tenement No. 160 Pros
pect St.: rent $5 per month. J. E. Fan
ning, 52 Broadway. mayl2d
Finishing loom help of all kinds.
fulling mills, washers, and dry finish
JOSEPH HALL & SONS,
TeL 846-4. : Trading; Cove.
OF THE LATE
CHARLES F. THAYER
161 Washington Street
House of 14 rooms, modern equipment.
Stable that may be used as garage.
Large shade . trees, extensive flower
and vegetable gardens. Property has
frontage of over 150 feet and depth of
over 390 feet. One of the choicest
places in Norwich.
Telephone 1334. 63 Broadway.
WANTED Two or three rooms, fur
nished for housekeeping, in or out of
cit y Add ress F. P., Bulletin'. may26d
WANTED Five or six men boarders.
inquire 16 Laurel Hill Ave. may26d
WANTED Two furnished rooms on
first floor, suitable for a doctor's office:
central location desired; state price.
Dr. Lapenta, 125 Bank St., New London.
FOR SALE First class democrat
wagon, practically new. Inquire George
F. Adams, Norwich Town. may!2d
TO RENT Small cottage, 61 Otro
bando Ave.; rent S6 per month, or will
sen on lavoraDie terms, jotin e. pan.
nlng, 52 Broadway. maylld
POWDRI'AINT saves cost of painting
75 per cent.; suited to every climate;
is fireproof; destroys germs; for farm
ers, .poultrymen and dairymen;, water
proota brick, and cement; for a thou
sand other uaes; literature, free. Ad
dress Fowdrpaiint, Bulletin Office. -
FOR RENT Tenement of six rooms. I
with conveniences, garden and variety
ox irun. Airs. lieo. .ingsiey, Jkiapie C
SAND for sale in bank No. 20 Central
Ave. Apply to John E. Fanning, 52
WANTED A position as boss farm
er, hostler or stockman; several years'
experience. Address John Esternts, B,
it. u. 3, jolchester. Conn. mayZbd
FIVE bright, capable ladies to travel,
demonstrate and sell dealers; 825 to
850 per week; railroad fare paid. Good
rich Drug Co., Dept. 189, Omaha. Neb.
FOR SALE Grocery store handling
meats, doing fine business; good rea
sons for' selling; Central "Village, Ct.
Address Geo. C. Potvin. Mooeup, Ct.
FOR SALE Market and KroceTy
store doing good business in Plainfield,
Ct. Address Geo. C. Potvin, Moo-up,
WANTED A few spinners. Apply
to Ashaway Wooden Company. may2ad
WANTED Immediately, middle aged,
single or widowed woman, without the
care of children, to take charge and
do the cooking in a factory boarding
house where everything is furnished;
references required.. W.rite or 'phone
for an appointment. fSigned) Gardiner
Hall, Jr., & Co.. South Will'ington, Ct.
FOR SALE at a bargain. Black
walnut . and ash desk: 9 1-2 feet long.
1-3 feet wde. 6 5-6 Ieet high; tnree
rawers: elate glass front. D. B.
Spalding, Stonington, Conn. apr28d tf
American Committee for Armenian
and Syrian Relief Asks $150,000 a
The American committee for Arme
nian and Syrian - relief, of - which
Charles JR. Crane, 70 Firth avenue,Xew
York, is treasurer, has asked for 8150.-
00 pec month to save a million starv
ing Armenians and native Christians
Vin Turkey, Persia and Syria. The
Federal Council of the Churches of
lisanay drama in two parts, and two I Christ In America urges all churches
nther nieturos are the Test of Cour- to take an, offering on Memorial Sun-
ase. a Kalem drama, ana la. riorey-
moon Roll, Mlna -comedy, end today's
THE GEARLESS METZ.
At both the New York' and Chicago
Automobile Shows, -which were re
cently held, there was a very notice
able tendency on the part of the pub
lic to pay marked attention to gear-
ma transmission, ana tne Vieariess
Mets was of particular Interest to
them. t " -
It ! needless to say that The Gear-
ls Met!! uses Du Pont Motor Quality
Fabrlkoid on both its roadster and
touring car, because they, as most of
the manufacturers of cars selling un
rter Il,tiW, have found it to be much
better than the grade of split leather
previously used. ... ' " . . 'i ' .
Uearless transmission has been be
fore the automobile world for many
years, but, like all exceptionally good
things, it had its "doubting Thomases"
;t firBt, but has come into Its own at
in the case of The Gearless Metz, it
has Kona on the old belief .that actions
rpeak louder than words, and it has
i it many years been "doing things"
that have opened the eyes of the mo
tor world. -..
, In the last Glldclen Tcur the three'
day. May 28th, for the war sufferers
and designates the Armenian commit
tee as one of the organizations that is
working to meet the need.
It is expected that nearly all Ameri
can Sunday schools, on the request of
the World's Sunday School associa
tion and the International Sunday
School association, will take offerings
on May 28th for the suffering children
of Bible lands.
. Thousands of Armenians who have
been aeportea irom their homes by
Turkish soldiers are In refugee camps,
without sufficient ; fod. . clothing: or
shelter.' The way is now open by per-
mlslon of the Turkish government to
extend unhampered relief to these peo
ple, tjommissions representing the
Armenian commlte " are " distributing
relief In several centers of Turkey,
Persia. and Syria, working under the
direction of American missionaries and
United States consuls.
AT A COURT OF PROBATE HELD
at Norwich, within and for the District
of Norwich, on the 26 th day of May,
A D. 1916.
Present 'NELSON J. AYLING, Judge.
Estate of Rush W. Kimball, late of
Norwich, In said District, deceased.
The Administrator with the will an
nexed appeared in Court and filed a
written application alleging that said
estate is now in settlement in said
Court, and praying for an order to sell
certain real estate belonging to said
estate, fully described in said appli
cation. Whereupon. It Is Ordered. That said
application be heard anH determined at
the Probate Court Room in the City of
Norwich, in said District, on the 31st
day of May. A. D. 1916. at 9 o'clock in
the forenoon, and that notice of- the
pendency of said application, and of
said hearing thereon, be given 'by the
publication of this order once in some
r.ewspater having a circulation in said
District, at' least three days- prior to
the diate of said hearing, and that re
turn be made to the Court. .
NELSON J. AYLING. Judge.
The above and foregoinsr is a true
copy of record. - - -
Attest:. HHJjBS M. -UKBSUHEK,
may 27d . . - , . A ssistant Clerk.
- Mr. Bryan might be willing to per
mit the United states to have a fair
ly large army if it were restricted to
firing the Chautauqua salute. Chica
go News. ,
The florin obtained its name from
Florence, where it was first struck In
the 13th century.
50 ACRE FARM
For $1,400 Cash
New house of six rooms, surround
ed by beautiful shade trees, harn
16x30, one hennery 8x12, two
scratching' sheds, 0 peach trees
(will bear this season), 1 acres
strawberries (will be In fruitage
this Spring), acres asparagus
(will cut. ZOO lbs. -daily in season
an Income getter). Near railroad,
school ana church; land free from
stone and machine worked.
' Send for latest catalogue. Just
issued Choice of 400. Nothing like
it in all New England.
WILLIAM A. .WILCOX
Real Estate Broker,
41 West Broad SL, Westerly, R. I.
Offices 110 West 34tb St, New York
Telephone 2998 Greeley -
WANTED A few good steady weav
ers on woolen work; family help pre
ferred. Apply at once. The Carolina
Company, Carolina, R. I. may25d
CARD. ROOM help wanted: steady
work. Apply to Mr. P. Duffy, TJie
iai-ouna company, iarorina, x. jl.
may 2 5(1
WANTED Boy to work In a drug
store. Inquire at Bulletin Office.
may2od . -
HELLO. Mr. Poultry man: Konemah
Poultry Yards talking. Do your hens
eat eggs? Send 50 cents for a bottle of
Koneman specinc jo. z. atops tne
trouble at once. - mar25d
WANTED Able bodied young men of
good character bo fill a few remaining
vacancies on board U. S. Coast Guard
Cutter Itasca, about to sail on practice
cruise. Apply without delay at tort
Trumbull, New London. may2od
HELP WANTED Mule spinner and
siasner tender. A.ppiy w.. ti. iiodds,
140 W. Thames St. Phone 476-12.
SPINNERS wanted: D. & F. and J. &
B. mules. Apply to Pawcatuck Woolen
Mills, westerly. R. 1. mayzoa
WEAVERS -wanted: Crompton looms;
one-loom work. Apply to Pawcatuck
Woolen Mills, Westerly, R. I. may25d
AT A COURT -OF PROBATE HELD
at Norwich, within and for the District
of Norwich, on the 26th day of May.
A D: 1916. , ?
Present NRLSON J. AYLI'NG, Judge.
Estate of Anna K.' Aloulst. -late of
Norwich, In said District, deceased.
The Administratrix appeared in Court
and-filed a written application alleging
ttvat said estate is now in settlement in
said Court, and praying for an order
to sell certain Teal estate belonging
to waiid estate, fully described in said
application. - , ...
Whereupon, It Is Ordered, -That said
application be beard and determined at
the Probate Court- Room in the City of
Norwich, in said District, on the Slst
day of May," A D; 1916,- at 3 o'clock in
the afternoon, and that notice of the
pendency of said application, r and -of
said hearing thereon, he given by the
publication of this order 'once in some
newspaper having: a circulation in -said
District, at leaet three days prior, to
ttie dace of ealid hearing, and that re
turn De mane to the Court.
- . L NELSON J. AYLING, Judge.
The above and foregoing is a true
cepv oi record.
, Attest: HELEN M. DRE390HT3R, '
may27d , - - Assistant Clerk,
Near Norwich' Town Green
THE DTJKR PLACES consisting of
12 acres land, 10 - room house,
barn and hen house. Good brook
running through the farm. Price
FRANCIS D. DONOHUE
Phone, i Central BIdg-, ' Norwich
, -v. -V HATB CUSTOMER
for , farm .50 acres up, ' old fashioned
house, good road, and with . stream or
brook through it. Prlee $S,000 to 5,000.
Owner desiring; to sell such property
write " --'-
may6d -' WUllmaatle, Cos.
THERE bo raver! I ueanua is)
Eastern Connecticut equal o 1A Alll
lUs tar business result. - - -
THE WHALE gets into trouble only
when he blows. Now, listen, Louise:
We don't want to tret Into any trouble,
but we will venture to say that the
Columbian and Lenox houses put up the
best 25 cent dinner in XMew England.
highest price paid.
bran Klin st- Tel. in
A. Bruokner, 55
WANTED A competent maid for
general housework: must be a good
cock: satisfactory references required.
Mr. F. B. Rlcketson, Taftville. may23d
EXPERIENCED shipping clerks. 25
to 40 years old. to take tests at Hart
ford. Conn., June 7, 1016, for eligible
list from which appointment will be
made at state armory at 115 Der month.
with nromotion for efficiency; practical
manager required. Application must be
hied by noon or june s. inquire oi
State Civil Service Commission, Cap!
tol, Hartford. Conn. may 2 2d
SMILE a while, and while you smile
another smiles, and soon there's miles
and miles of smiles, and life's worth
while because you smile with the pleas,
ura von receive from the Cobweb Cor
ner 5c cigar from Fagan's Smoke Shop.
wanted Second hand tools, curios.
antiques, etc; highest cash price. Write
or call- wards. 44 water au maysa
wanted Nursery maids. Rhode
Island HoanitaL Providence. R. L. of
fears a one yeans course in training of
malfla to care tor paoies. Appiy to supt.
WE - BUT and sell furniture of all
kinds: also make the famous roll
feather mattress from your old bed
and pillows. S. Zelinger, Breed BIdg.
4-6 Main EL, iNorwicu. j. ei. xun-o.
apr22d ' -
perleneed warpers and
ilde buk MUL aprid
MEN -WOMEN wanted government
jooe; to 10 montu; write immedi
ately for list positions now obtainable.
Franklin Institute. iept. -J, Rocnes
ter. N. Y.
jibmem -We -want -yon to ret vour
jnoney's worth on -fertilizers We handle
p. Armour's . jiisrrssrrade nra -and notasa
and Frisbie's highTgrede. ata .very low
price; also all Kinai "ot seeas. UlU
- :" - ---- - .-
FOR RENT Nine room house at 35
Boswell Ave. .Inquire at 42 Boswell
Ave. Phone 1167-2. mayld
TO RENT Cottaee at Crescent
Beach, Conn. Inquire Jaa. A. Hiscox.
SAXE Good pigs. Oliver F.
Brooklyn, Conn. Phone 37-4.
FOR SALE CheaD. one 1912 T. B.
eflrey Co. touring car. Rambler model.
good order, roomy ana commodious;
nne easy ndlng family car. A, K
Race,' North Franklin. Phone 19-3,
FOR SALE About 25 loads of good
loam.- George E. Fellows & Co., 36
Lake St.. City. aprlOd
FOR SALE Yantic Westfarms offer
young horse, seven Airedale pups, fresh
cow, bull calf, Studebaker farm and
delivery wagons. Tel. 111-3. mar!7d
FOR SALE New milch cow about
five years old that is now giving
about 16 Quarts or milk a day. wu
liam Dearden. Uncasvllle. Ct- Box US.
ICEBOX for sale: 6 ft 3 in. long. 3
ft. wide. J. C. Worth & Co., 60 Market
A very desirable small' farm. 2 1-2
miles from Franklin Square, consisting
at UK acres of Kood land, all under
cultivation, choice stock of 175 fowls
and 'dozens oi young cmcaens, a two
year old heifer, good norse, taree wag
ons, last but not least, a fine six-room
house, two barns and two henneries.
Owner leaving state. Can be bought
very cheap If taken at once. For par
ticulars inquire oi
- JOHN A. MORAN, 1
Real Estate aad Investment Broker,
FraakllK Saare Norwich.
For Sale or To Rent
Substantial Frame Building alt-'
uated corner of Erin and White
streets, dimensions 60x80, weir
lighted cellar with cement floor.
Elevator operated by compressed
air. Spacious loft for storage
purposes. Suitable for'' manu
facturing plant , Spur track for
S cars on the premises. 'Inquire
. THOMAS H. BECKLEY
278 Main St. May Building
to rent, with
TO RENT A furnished room for liirht
housekeeping. 27 Division St. apr21d
housekeeping. 78 School St. Telephone
TO RENT An apartment of seven
rooms in The Marion, steam heat. Jan
itor service and continuous hot water
furnished; also an apartment of eight
rooms in rot nuntingcon. ito Broad
way, one of the finest In Norwich. In
quire of Shea & Burke, 41 Main St.
apribd - . , -
randaha and splendid grounds; ' also :
Lodge and Brick Barn or Garage that)
could be purchased if desired. Spring
water in house. Central to Main :
street, schools, city hall, Poet office and -business
sections. For terms and '
further partculara apply to
WILLARD W. HAYDEN
70 Mountain Street- Phone 38-5
Three miles from city and five min
utes walk from trolley, five cent fare
from city. .Large house of six rooms,
one large barn, wagon sheds, three
hen houses, all clean land and brook
running through land. Prioe $2000.
For particulars Inquire of 8. Siegef,
Real Estate and Insurance, Room 0
i'o hknt isewiy rurmsned rooms.
monorn conveniences, at Tne Seymour.
84 Franklin St. Phone .1043-2. aprl2d
THE BRONSON. 12 Durke Lane.
rear of Bulletin building. Furnished
rooms to let.- Inquire basement.
TO RENT Storo at 61 Franklin St
inquire at Bulletin Office.- decl3d
FURNISHED ROOM Centrally lo.
catcd, Emma Morse. IS Union St
The offices and rooms, with large
vault, recently occupied by the Shore
Line Electric Railway Co.. in the
Thames Loan &. Trust Co. buildina.
Shetucket street, on main floor and
AMOS A. BROWNING,
Shop in rear of Bottomley house on
North Main street, fronting; on packing
house road, with entrance from North
Main street Electric power, lights
and gas. Apply st office of
: . Norwich Belt Mfg. Co.
Seven room Cottage, all furnished, five
minutes waiK irom jTanKinn (Square.
.excellent location, price very reas
onable to ngnt party.
Inquire S. SIBGEL. Real Estat.
Agent, Shannon Building:.
LAND FOR SALE
PLEASTANT VIEW BEACH
Westerly. R. I.
Convenient to cars and "beach. These
lots are situated corner First St. and
Lawtoa - Ave. (to the south of tennis
courts). Lota 160x150 feet, or, will be
out SOxlSO tn suit Durohaser. Xi.-CTJR-
RAN. 10 BrwnA'6t, ProvMenoe. R. I.
mayzoxin-i- a -
for good- farm; well located modern
house in Norwich; large lot, nine
rooms, steam heat, bath, . set tabs.
electrio lights, hardwood floors; owner
wants country home. Information,
from TRYON'S AGENCY, Willimantic,
THEREi Mnanisg awdiu im
ju&tei-n vroeoiicut cuiu xn ui.
- tjr Duaine . results. y .
Six Room Apartment in
nicest residential Section.
All improvements. " Heat
, N. TARRANT & CO.
117 Main Street
yuONOCHO.NTAUU Ten-room - cot
tage, t acres land. 1000 feet from
Ocean and Salt Pond; sown flower and
vegetable gardens; narawood . floors.
plumbing and heat. 'Rental 135e.
Utners izov to X4000. send lor booklet.
r rvniirv v. uut, westerly, K. .
A Four Tenement
CONTAINING ALL MODERN
On trolley line and only five
minutes' walk from Franklin
A GOOD. INVESMENT
JAMES L CASE
37 Shetucket, St, Norwich, Conn.
Another car of 28 horses rla-ht n
time as advertised. There are Mm .
nice chunks, business and draft horses,
as you can see anywhere. And they
are well broken and ready to sro to :
work. Come and see them.
ELMER R. PIERSON.
Tel. 538-3. SDr.28d
Saturday Afternoon, May 27,
commencing at 1 o'clock
at the late GEO. PALMER place,
about one-half mile from . Plainfield,
east on the Sterling road, consisting of
Tables, Chairs, Bureaus, Beds and
Bedding, Dishes, Carpets, , and ome
WHElt TOS WAHT xo put your Ous.
tnesa before the Dublle. there is ae
hmMwm becutr than tm-owrn ih-xa
Ttl8lnsoolumna , OS-. XB s . jiuneua, - .-
DY ORDER OFCQURT
Pursuant to a judgment anil r,rm ct ,
sale rendered by the Superior Court on
may w ui, in tne case of Seua
Wray of the City, County and State of
New York v. Solomon Simon eX Col-'
Chester. OontL, and the Jewish Agrt-i
cultural and Indusrtal Aid Society of!
Jhe State of New York, appc4nUng me
to sell the toltowins described real
estate -at tlhe said Solomon Simon et el
situated ta the Town of Colchester. In
aid County of New London, a of rec-
2rda.Spe.ar"' I "u tollowtasT
described real estate as a wkole mt
publle netloa n tbe premise ea Wed
aesday, tke Blst day of Mot, 18l, at 11
o'clock la fhe oreneoa of nam OBy aid
rea estate being described as fnllowas
Northerly oy m alffhway leadlnft- tm
NoTwidii easterly by , land formerly
owned by Ckariee Henicesi southerly
ln'r,rr WBd sy J- M. Stroac
and Albert Rttter, aad westerly by tad
id, ?"L. 0,"d tnrajMKe wall. s
rolled 1 contaiataic T0 news more
less, aad also a one-aslf ln,.r-.K. ,k.
IburlaXirroond attacked, te a,l Immd. i '