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KC.V.ViCH C'JLLETirj, FHIDAY, MARCH SO, 1917 WllJLIMAMriG MUSTERING CO." L. MEMBERS INTO FEDERAL SERVICE Captain E. G. Clark, U. S. A, Arrives , in Willimantic Uniforms and Equipment Received. Thursday the officers of Company L were not kept buay by those wishing to enlist m the company a only one ap llcant aDDeared for an examination. Captain E. G. Clark of the regular - army arrived in -Willimantic. Thurs dav and at oncenroceeded-to look-in in witntft of the eonroanv and in to their present equipment. During the day the captain mustered into the federal service many members of the worth are expected in this city today to assist in the mustering: in of the men and , preparing: them for field work. . - - - The uniforms ordered fov-the.com- 'nihr about a month ago arrived in town Wednesday and Thursday morn ing they were distributed to ' the members of the company. Some df the more fortunate rookies ' obtained uni forms for . themselves but there are still a number of raw recruits without the necessary equipment. Along with the new uniforms new rifles, bayonets. and ammunition were sent. Company Sj has received his appoint : ment as first lieutenant of the com .pany. The date if his new appoint ment is from the 26th of the present month. In an endeavor to stimulate recruit ing, four members of the company A Gean-tip Sale OF ODD PATTERNS a little shop worn CLEAN-UP PRICES went about the city Thursday after noon in an automobile with the Amer lean flag flying from the rear of the car and a recruitina- siern underneatn. Posters are to be posted about the city and it is thougnt that these will stir the patriotism of the young men and will result in getting more en ustments. About 8.3d o'clock "Thursday evening Captain Tiesing , of Company 1 re ceived orders to have all his men mus tered into the federal service and be ready to leave for parts unknown at a minute's notice,? In an endeavor to get all of the men to the armory without ringing the bell, the whole city was aroused by the orders that had been received. About 9.30 o'clock" the firm alarm gave the signal for all men to report at the armory. All reported and were mustered in. At a late hour they were still at the armory, awaiting further orders. It is not known whee the company wilt be sent, but it waa rumored that Bridgeport would be their destination. - Our only excuse is to change them for new ones as we have to pay more for new spring goods below are aome prices: . - -. i A 3x12 Fibre Hug was Jll now $8.95 , A $10.50 Iron Bed down to $7.50 A $10.00 Iron. Bed down to $6.75. ' A $0.00 Iron Bed down to $630 . 'A $5.00 Iron Bed down to $3.95. A $5.50 Florence Oil Heater now $4.85. Use your own judgment in the mat ter. - LINCOLN'S Furniture Store Telephone 285-3 Main and Union Streets Willimantic, Conn. Dr. O'Neil's Check to Firemen. Dr. . Owen O'Neil -- presented Chief Thomas Foley of the lire department a check for J50 in recognition of the fine work done by the department during the fire in his home last January. . ChleT Foley intends to divide the - check among the various companies of tl! city. -. Fire Police Organize. Clinton C Wood and George M. Mil- Ierd have been chosen captain and lieutenant, respectively, by the board of fire police in this city. . OBITUARY. , -i Mrs. Susan H. Rouse. The death of Mrs. Susan Helen Rouse occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kdward P. Hewlett, at 92 Brook street. Thursday morning. Mrs. Rouse was born in Plainfield in 1840, the daughter of W. H. and Bet sey Parkhurst Potter. For a number of vears she was a resident of Will- ington, but for the past five years she has made her home with her daughter where she died. -She leaves, besides her daughter, a son. George, of -liow-ell, Mass., two sisters. Mrs. Annie Bolding of New- Haven and Mrs. Wal ter Bruce of Rockville, and two brothers, Frank andN Adney Potter of this city FUNERAL. Mra. Warren Miller. . The funeral of Mrs. Warren Miller Was held from the parlors of Funeral Director Jav M. Shepard on North street at two o'clock Thursday after noon. Rev. Vernon W. Cooke of the Congregational church officiated at the services. The bearers were - Charles Thompson, Harry Downer,. Charles Leonard and W. C. Lyman. Burial was in the Willimantic cemetery. , One Joins Horn Guard. At the present time the recruits for the Home Guard are not coming in any faster than the reeruits for Compajfy L. ' Only one new name was added to the' list Thursday bringing the total up to 42 names. - The, recruiting officers are striving to get fifty names on the list and then hold the meeting at which time the company will be organ ised. . . - .- .- ,. , . 'i .-. " ? : Two ids Considered. ' The street and fire committees which held a Joint -meeting Monday evening for the purpose of. opening the bids and awarding the contract for tne city teaming?and haulihg'oi the fire appar atus haw not given their decision in the matter as yet: Both the bids en tered did not differ a great deal in the total although the . bid put in by Charles Leonard was slightly less than the one received from Foley and Hen- nn ant jfaa "km urray s lost on Store WILLIMANTIC, CONN. rv. - It is thought that the two com mlttes will announce their decision about . Saturday. , ; , . , : . PRACTICAL PATRIOTISM.- Ons Frm to Keep Recruit's Pay For , Him Another Company to Maka Up Difference Between Regular and Army Pay..1'. -. .Among the pleasing incidents in connection with the recruiting of Com pony L la the fact that the concern employing one of the new recruits of the company has given him a leave of absence with pay. In other words he may stay out as long as the govern ment calls him and when he returns he wiU find that the many he would re. ceive had he stayed at home on hi Job will be waiting for him in a bank where it wiU be placed' by the company to the name . of their - employe. This is one instance of the ; patriotism that is coming to the front throughout the country where the men are being can ed to the colors and -it shows - the spirit of the men of the (business .world toward -the movement. .It is - also learned that a local concern will make up the difference of pay their men will receive in government service ana what they would, have received if they had stayed at home. This money will bo given to any of the relatives of the men leaving the city or anyone, tne man may name to the proper author! ties..- . . v Mrs. Nichols.Surprised on 78th Birth i - day. A few friends gathered at th home of Mrs. George Potter in Windham, Wednesday afternoon, to surprise her mother.. Mrs. Susan Nichols, on: her 78th birthday. During the afternoon a light lunch was snjoyea, servea py Mrs. oPtter who was assisted by Tier daughter, Marion. Mrs. Nichols re ceived many cards :md presents; i i. & Tracy Executive Elected on Committee. J. C Tracy was elected a member of the executive committee by the mem bers of the Retail Jewelers' association of Connecticut Thursday. The fourth annual convention of the association was held in ISTeW Haven Thursday; at which time the officers and executive committee were elected. NIPNET CANOE CLUB .: ,. . GAVE ANNUAL BANQUET. Commodore K. W. Hillhouse Acted as Toastmaster. The annual banquet of -th eNipnet Canoe club was held in the Rex res taurant Thursday evening at 9 o'clock. Many were piesent and sat -down , to the following menu: " Cream of Tomato. Celery. Olives. Roast Stuffed Turkey. Giblet Sanie. Cranberry Sauce. Lettuce Salad. Tomato Salad. Mashed Potato - Mashed Turnip. arker House Rolls. . . Ice Cream and Cake.. Coffee. Commodore Kenneth W. Hillhouse acted as toastmaster, keeping the hu nor and good will up to a high pitch. Many appropriate speeches were made by the members of the club. After the banquet the annual meeting was held, STAFFORD SPRINGS Funeral of Mrs. Lucy A. Cumminge Home ' Guard :to Be Organized- Seniors to Leave for Washington Today. . . - The funeral , of Mrs." rLucv Amanda Oummihga, . 76,' took place at the home of her daughter,. Mrs. Charles Walker, Thursday afternoon. Key.. . Oscar J. Aldrich officiated and burial was in the Springe cemetery. - She wsurvived by a brother,, Henry Chaplalii, of Spring field. a siste, Mrs. Henry Gerald, of Stafford Springs, a son, Charles Cuffl- mings, and a. daughter, Mrs. Charles Walker, both of this town. - Mrs. Cum- mings was born in Columbia but has spent most of her married life in Staf ford. She was an active member of the Methodist church and highly es teemed by those who knew her. Morgan Kingston World-Famed Tenor vr : Will thrill you.as he thrills his listeners on . " the concert stage, if you hare his exclusive Records; " 1 " Kingston's : records of "Lohengrin's Narrative,' .! - "Samson's Prayer" and such" classic gems as "Onaway, Awake, Beloved" are distinguished by a ringing purity of tone that is the very living echo of Kingston's voice.. t To hear but me record by Morgan Kingston or Lazaro, Sembach, Bond, Constantino, or other world-famed tenor of th day is to hear a presenta - tion of a singer's genius that is the living, breathing ,- embodiment of art. ., V . If you want to know all that the "music-note"' N ' trade-mark stands for on a record today, ask your dealer " "to play some great tenor'i Columbia records for you. "Hearing is believing" v " STEP IN AND HEAR THE' NEW APRIL RECORDS u'Lzo CII-'G. fJiioiPipay .(Do. - i j , . v Conference Sunday. There will be no services in the Methodist church Sunday .on account of the absence of the pastor. Rev. O. Aidrich, who is. attending confer ence at Providence. Seniors Start Today. The high school seniors will leave this afternoon for the Washington trip. They will go by boat from Hart ford to New York. Those in the Dartv are Irene Murray. Alice Carden. Anna; Cunningham, Maud Cumminskey Eliz abeth Cunningham, Agnes Roberts, Aiice Ward, Esther Warren, Mildred Webster. Richard (Murray, Silvio Bar nardo, Clinton Bradway, Edward -La-dish. Israel Rabinovitz, William kS lansky, Walter Hanley, Thomas Gil Jingham, Frank Johnson, Principal F. S. Gorham, Miss Florence M. Quiltv, Miss Mary Hogan . and Miss Helen Fletcher. - ' - - . y Social and-Personal. , Mrs. Franceiia Gold, "who has been at the Johnson hospital for several weeks, has returned to her home in West Stafford. Mrs. William Benton - is ill at the Johnson hospital. Miss Angejin Sena, a cornmercial teacher ' in Somers worth, . N. Ii i3 spending two weeks' vacation in town. Mrs. IJbulse KeUey of Lawrence, Mass., is visiting sher father, Louis Festi, in Staffordville; - Mrs. Susan Coleman has returned to her home on West street after spend ing the winter in Springfield. Miss Louise Beckwith of Simmons college is spending her vacation in the borough. . Jtfr. and Mrs. Robert W..' Smith are on a ten days vacation to Old Joint Comfort and Atlantic City. . Miss Theodosia- Rees is the guest of Mrs. Charles Fox in Hartfod. Miss Addie Morse and Miss Alighty Morse of Sturfcridge, Mass are guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Amidon.,' Athletic AssociaUon Meeting.' The meeting of Stafford Athletic as sociation will, be' held at Borough hall this (Friday) evening. - .- Mrs. Raymond Paton of West New ton, Mass., has been visiting nor father and mother, Mr. and Mre.' William Park, in the Hollow. - - - Mrs. B. P. Cooley le'ill with igrlp." : Homo Guard Planned. . C. B. Pinney, James Sheppard, Don aid IX Mitchell and Charles. F. Beck with. have been, selected to organise a troop of Home guard .in Stafford. They are planning a publio meeting for some night next week anV expect-a speaker from . Hartford who will explain the purposes and duties of the guard.. u : .' MYSIfTC : . ; X- First Drill of Home GuardOver 100 Enlisted Social . Evenine ' at Coon , try Club Southern Tourists Return The first' drill and" instructions for the Mystic Homo Guard was held on Thursday evening at the Willow point casino under the direction Of Capt. Percy H. Morgan.' The number of en listments! is now over 100 and It is horped that Myatic will have- aa finely a drilled company as any in the state. :f - country t-iuo meeting.. The meeting of ,the Country club waa held Thursday evening.' The fol lowing committee had charge of the entertainment: Mr.- and Mrs A. W. George, iMr. and M"rs. L. P. Allyn, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Noyes anHMiss Mal lory. ' , The work oh the largo garage- be ing erected at the corner of Mist uxt avenue and Greenmanville avenue is progressing rapidly and will be ready for occupancy in a short time. Short' Paragraphs. ' ".. , The plate glass windows at the post office are being lettered. Mrs. Mildred O'Tiel has returned from a few weeks' visit with her sis ter, Mrs. Louie Lanaphere in Water bury. . Mrs. Bmeline Allyn is ill at her home in Quiambaug. . Mrs. Charles D. Wiggins has re turned 'from spending the winter in Providence. , William Brooks is able to be out after being confined to the house sev eral months with rheumatism. . Miss Edith . Rathbun has returned from a few days spent in New York. Home From the South. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher. Morgan have returned froma month spent is Savannah and Kew Orleans. - Mr. and Mra. . Stanton Gates are spending several days in New York. - Carrol Blrven : and Ernest Bliven have returned from Boston. Mrs. William Parlow has returned to Fishers Island after a -visit .with Mr. and Mrs. John W. Chapman on West Mystic avenue. -'.--.' Church Supper. - The "regular monthly supper given by the ladies of the Baptist church last evening was largely attended and a good sum was added to the treasury. The Ladies' Aid society of the Meth odist church held the monthly busi ness meeting Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Henry Schroeder on Greenman ville avenue; . v John Allyn has purchased " a run- about. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Vincent were callers! in Boston Thursday. A business meeting of the Mystic Equal Franchise League was held on Thursday afternoon at the home of the president, "Mrs.- A. L. Pitcher on Kim street. ' ' Catholic Rector Returns. ' Rev. M. P. Hart has returned from several weeks spent in the south. COLCHESTER1'- If. .-A. - Si 1 Ticket Nominated, at Borough Caucus Father Dorgan, From New York, Giving 'Mission-at SU Andrew's Churoh. ; 1 ;.' Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S 5 ASTORIA DR. F. C. JACKSON DENTiSJ Removed to 715 Main St, Willimantic Hours i a. m. to 8 p. m. Phono 44 JAY M. SHEPARD Succeeding Elmore v Shepard FmieralD'irectcraadEnibaliner 60-62 North' St, Wmixnantic lady Aaaiatant TeJL connection HIRAM N. FENN Undertaker 4 embacmepl 62 Church St, Willimantic. Ct.- -Telephoao ImOr Aaaujtani There was a large 'attendance at the borough caucus, in the selectmen's room. Tuesaay evening. The ' f ollow' insr were nominated: Warden. Fred E. Baker; burgesses, T. Swan Rathbun, Harry Elgart, Myron R.' A bell, David Shea. William H. Hlack, Albert : T. van Cleve: - tax collector Myron K. Abell: chief engineer, John J. Shea: assessors. T. Swan Ratnouny cnaries ". Brown, John R. Backus; clerk, ' Daniel Williams: treasurer. Edward . T. Bunyan; bailiff, Samuel Gilbert; street inspectors. Daniel T. Williams, Cieo. V. Cavanaugh: wood inspectors, Charles H. Strong, Patrick O'Brien. Superin tendent Perry of the Electric Light company addressed the meeting on the subject of lowering the rates for juice which at present are condiserable higher than the surrounding towns. About the Borough. William Turner of Bridgeport is the guest of Rev. and Mrs. , B- D. Kerning - 1 ton. -. -: Miss Lucy wiicox is m Aiariooro ior vl- few weeks, caring for Mrs.' Norman Lord. " Mrs. Fred Ralmer and son, of Weth ersfiold were visitors in town Tues- . ..airs. . ATust acnous was a yisuer in amston, Tuesday. Charles Johnson of New Haven was a caller here Tuesday. . Mrs. Morris Lappee left Tuesday for a few weeks visit with her daughter. In New Haven. . , Miss- Alive Oragin returned to her home in New Ybrk. Tuesday after a few days' visit with her aunt.. Miss Abby Willard on Broadway. Mrs. Frank Tisar and Mr,i. Mazie Perpighan were visitors .t in Norwich Tuesday. .' Oliver Way and Timothy-. Sullivan were Willimantic visitors Tuesday. Crowd at Auction. . - There waa a large attendance .t the auction sale of Mrs. Maria Morgan's household goods on South Main- street Tuesdayr. Charles F. Brown was auc tioneer. . v Mission at St. Andrew's. A mission began in-; StT' Andrew's church Thursday evening at-. 7.30 o'clock with servlcis" Friday." Saturday and Sunday evenings at the same hour. Father Dorgan, a 1 missionary from New YorW is. conducting the ex ercises. Father Dorgan concluded a mission Wednesday cVening in Fitch ville and impressed all his hearers by his eloquent and .inspiring sermons. St, Andrew's parishioners in -large num bers attended the - services Thursday evening. All the mission exercises are public - MOOSUP - Presentation to John E. Collirta New Sunday Bill Not PUaaing Ministers' Meeting Monday Next. . ' The following presentation was made by" Lawrence . Burby, president of the Plainfield High School " Athletic asso ciation, in the chool' building: Thurs day morning: Mr.' John Ea-Ie Collins: Plamfield High school has closed the most successful basketball season- in its - history.. While we did not win highest honors, we nevertheless acquit ted ourselves with credit -and stand well towards the. tOp of the league. Much of -this success has been due to the faithful service and loyal sup port of our coach. - Therefore as -a token of -. ; our appreciation, we -take great pleasure in presenting' you this small - box and its contents,-together with our hearty, thanks, for:tn 'sup port " and encouragement you .have given us. . . . -i Objoct to Sunday BiU. The Sunday bill which was recent ly 'passed by tbe house gave permis- I i ( ' tell !r2ss: lii X .This atvlo Range la four ' typos, Palace, Castlo, For- treas and Cottage. Ainon the exclusive Crawford features that have made this range preferred above all others are: Ji convenient gas end oven, equipped with new and improved gas broiler. This broiler is instantly adjustable , to hold the food at. any required distance from the flame without touching the pan, without bending over. It fold; " ; , away when not in use. Two separate ovens, both large and roomy one for coal, the other for gas both are perfect. Five center heat gas burners of a new and efficient type bring the heat directly under the center of utensils without wasting gas. Guarded gas ' cocks which eliminate danger of accidental opening. Perfection of design and finish, long ser vice and utility, distinguish Crawford co1 ranges or gas combinations. Sold by EST. M. HOURIGAN sion to a place of 10,000 or more inhab itants to maice their own Sunday laws in regard to Sunday sports. This law has created much dissatisfaction in Moosup, as many of the local people are of th eopirion that a smaller town should . have the same privileges in this matter as a larger one. Many of the workingmen are compelled to work six days a week, from 7 in the morn ing until 6 at night, and they claim their only chance for recreation comes on Sunday. These men believe the bill unfair. Representative Sheldon of this town attempted to have passed an amendment' to the bill which would take in the smaller places as well, but the amendment was not passed. t. Ministers' Meeting. A New London and Norwich Bap tiet ministers' meeting will be held at the Baptist cl.urch here all day next Monday. The first baseball practice of the season for the Plainfield High school boys will be held on the carpet grounds at Moosup today (Friday). . School closes today at an hour be fore thei usual dosing time, thus giv ing the boys ample time to have a good snappy workout. There will be many on the brooks next Monday morning trying to get the first trout of the season -. JEWETT CITY Mrs. E. C. Willcox Entertained Ladies' Aid Society of Baptist Church Per sonala. Mrs. E. C. Willcox entertained the Ladies'. Aid society of the Baptist church in the vestry of the 'church on Thursdav afternoon. She was assist' ed by Miss Ruby Thornton, Mrs. F. H. Gilbert,' Mrs.' Augusta Ray. Mrs. H. T. Willcox. Mrs. C. D. Babcock. Mrs. E. M. Gray and Mrs. 0$a Brown. Attended 'New Haven Meeting. Mrs. A.- M. Brown was in New Ha ven Wednesday, -March 28th, attending the Z4th- annual state' conference or the Connecticut D.'-A. R.- Mrs. C. L. F. Robinson of- Hartford, chairman of Red -Cross membership commlttt? from the Connecticut D. A. R., gave report of the campaign for Red Cross membership among the Daughters- which was conducted - during the past summer and fall. Anne Brewster Fanning .chapter . stodd -first in the state, all but 3 of her. members hav- ng joined the Red . " Cross society. Eunice Dennie Burr. chapter of Fair field stood second, all but 7 of her members having Jol;ied: " At the close of her report Mrs. Rob inson, as a token of her. appreciation of .-the high percentage -attained by these two chapters, presented the re gents with boxes, containing sterling silver bud" vases. The souvenir will be placed in the chapter room as the property of the Chapter, v - - . . .. Personals.. ' ' HTrs.v E.v J. Farrell of s- Wauragan spent; Thursday wit'j Mrs. H. i-Us-cox. -' '. -.'. ;. Low water pressure, 8-12. a. m.. 2-4 p. m.. today.-Vadv. Mrs. Lees Hepworth is in Backus hospital, wheretshe has undergone an operation. SIGNAL CORPS INSTRUCTION To- bo Taken- by ' Three Jewett City Boys at Putnam Trade School. Three boys- from Jewett City, Fixrl Hiscox, Carl Melvin and John Hopp man, attended - the Putnam Trade school which is making arrangements to give signal corps instruction to those, boys of the Trade School and High School who wish to take -up the work. Boys must be at least four teen years of age and have attended either the Trade School or High School for at lease a month before applying for admission to the course. The work will cover the same ground as far as possible as that taken . in the signal corps " division of the ' state ," militia. The. course will inolude telegraph and telephone work, covering instruction in the-mess room and drill, out-of-doors around Putnam. -. The preliminary work consists ' of learning The telegraph code used, in instrument, flag and semaphore sig naling. For this purpose telegraph in struments and telephone receivers are being Installed in the class room " at the Trade School. After the prelim inary practice will come the actual Held work, consisting of squad form ation drill, though the greater part cif the out-of-door work will comprise the erection of wireless outfits, laying wires and communicating from squad to squaa. The instruction given will be an equivalent of about one-half day. per week and is airoea to anil the boy so that ' if the occasion come"S he will be trained to render service in the regu lar signal corps companies of Con necticut or tbe United States govern ment. Knrnlllng for this instruction fn ' no way binds the boy to take up military service, the course at . the Trade. School being the same as any other course there. PLAINFIELD Hundred Enlist in Home Guard Mias Diana Lacassa Died Thursday; The- second meeting of the people of the town of Plainfield for the purpose of organizing a Home Guard was,' held on Wednesday evening with a. large number, present. About one hundred gave their names in for Home Guard duty, and they will be examined" - on Saturday afternoon. Representative Williams presided and he told, of the duties of wfivli the members of ;he Home Guard will be under and that the guard was a state orgnlzatioft Tin- der state Control and authority , aud subject to - the order of the governor, It calls for : duty only within the state. The two main purposes are homo training for military duty and defense, The organization at this-- time affords1 an opportunity Hqt systematic mobi lization of the military . census .. ex clusive of the National Guard and Na val Militia and those who can be held for enlistment therein. St.. Paul's- church- of Plainfield l planning to hold their fourth annual English Tea- and entertainment. ." - Stronger. Boxes From .Lets Material. r Thfl f n 'm i 7v ei t .-- t-, c ti i limr than Vi o type ordinarily used can be made with less material by. increasing the num ber of- nails end by properly proportioning- the thickness of the sides and ends has beau demonstrated by - en gineers of tha Forest Products labora tory, at Madison, Wis. A loss that reaches many millions of dollars an nually is. tt is stated, caused by -damage to goods in transit, largely be cause of faulty containers Tbe v.ood expert of tha Forest service believe OBITUARY. -. - " ' - l ' Diana Lacassa. The death of Dia'na Lacasae aged 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Joseph La- casse of .Plainfield occurred at - - her home on Lawton Heights Thursday afternoon at quarter past one .after an illness of about five months.- Miss Lacasse recently returned from the Norwich Sanatorium where she took treatment for her illness. The state leader of Boys' and Girls club work, A. J. Brundage 'of Storrs Agricultural college was at the' Plain field High school Thursday evening to aid" in the establishing of .''chjtl work. Milk Dealers Jack Up. . Milk producers living between .Prov idence and Willimantic have decided to hold out for .the price of' ia cents for a ten quart can or atoo shipping their mills on April isr Th dealers of fered SO cents a can. aa increase of 2 cents over the winter-scale. About 80,000 quarts of milk are shin. ped from the territory covered by the Producers' organlxationa. It is 4tn derstood Tnat in the event of a atrlire a companjr. of prod vers, will- take the milk te Providence and! sell it, elirfliu ating the wholesaler. Eva Alaiy, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i Fred Boulley of ta,in' field was baptized by Rev. . W. A. Keefe at St- John's church 'Wednes day evening. The sponsers were flr. and Mrs. Romeo Lambert if t lalnficld. Persons. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ducharme and family Of Plainfield have remold rheit household goods to1 St. Felix, Oaoadi, where they will reside. Miss Helen Moran of Plainfield vis ited friends at Jewett City Wednes day evening. - William Parkurst ' of Danielson, spent Thursday with Plainfield friends. Mr. and Mra. Peter La vol have left for New Bedford, Mass.. where Mr. Lavoi is employed. . ' Mra. Jerry Sullivan and daughter, Theresa, of Plainfield, spent Thurs day at Norwich. ' Joseph Marshall of Plainfield spent Thursday with Norwich friends. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Maynard of Plainfield, spent Thursday with friends at Norwich. Clifford Squires has sold his farm to Mr. Robinson of Hartford and Mr. Squires expects to leave Plainfield next Week. The. Plainfield High School and the Grammar schools close today (Friday) for the Easter week vacation. that this ioss can be decidedly de creased by better conetructirn of the boxes in which floods are shipiwd. Changes ' in the design of boxes which were recommended as a result of the tt-atd al the laboratory rave been adoptei by several asKOclai ions. It is stated tl at demonstrations nt a recent meeting tt the Canners' teso ciatlon of what hus been done ly the Forest service along these lines arous ed considerable lnteret among ithe manufacturer. Many of the men are said to have expressed their-intention of carrying out the suggestions of the iyboratory experts. A Retiring Disposition. The Turks are generally supposed to be a brutal, unfeeling people, but, ac cording to the dispatches. In Meso potamia they are now showing a' re tiring disposition. Kansas City Journal. Painful All Around. In Berlin it is said that the capture of Bagdad by the British must be very painful to the Turk. In Con stantinople they ar feeling exceed ingly sorry for the Germans. . New York Worlds New la the Time. If Field Marrhal Ilaig really claim that he can break the German 1'ea whenever he wishes. 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