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NORWICH BULLETIN, SATURDAY MAY, 12, 1917
EH3 The Henry 'Allen &Son Co. f tsnarai Dirastoraf and Embaimsp . WM. 'H. ALLEN' SETH N. TAYLOR DAVlO H. WILSON J 88 Main St. Hamilton Watches AT THE WM. FRISWELL CO. 5-27 FRANKLIN ST, S 6 4 7 ADAMS TAVERN tSTer to the public. Xae cues: standard brands ot Hear ot urtpe and America: Bohemian. pilsner. CCimtiach .Bavarian Beer. Bass. Pale aad Burton iluur'a Scotch Ale. Guiuneas' - Dublin Stout, C. & C Imported fJinger Ale, Bunker jllll p. B. Ale. Frank Jones' Nourista tg Ale. Sterling Bitter Ale, Anheuser. Budweietr. Sehlits and Pabst- A. A. ADAM. Norwieh Town - Telephone The BEST CANDY To present to anyone as a gift is a box of LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES There is a guarantee slip in each box that the Chocolates are fresh and you'll find the variety excellent. Sold "DUNN'S pharmacy 60 WAIN STREET NOTICE DEAD HORSES AND COWS Removed Free of Charge Call 1526 New London. Ask for Chas, Later. Reverse charge. WEST SIDE HIDE CO. P. O. Box 379, New London DBS. I. F aad A. J. LaPIESBB 187 Main Street, Norwich, Conn. Office Hours: 10 a. rru to S p. m. by appointment Sundays excepted Trommer's Evergreen Beer REAL GERMAN LAGER ia on draught at H. JACKEL & CO. DR. SHAHAN, SpGoiafist on diseases of the KIcoJ an-JL Stomach. I'ult-jr therapy ior 11 'leunutisai. Neu rit . Tuberculosis. Anemia, Skin and Kidney troubles. Con vent trmnl or pre-fripi-O'n treatment for the Stomach. Easy prevention of Tvphoid. tKjurs: I'-'-ll a. m 2-4 anJ 7-S p. in. i'hone 521. No outside calls made after 7 p. m. Most Cigars Are Good THESE ARE BETTER TOM'S 1-2-3 5c CIGAR GOOD FELLOW lOc CIGAR Try Them and Sse THOS. M. SHEA, Prop., Franklin St. Next to Palace Cafe American Jioisse Special Rates to Theatre Troupes. Traveling Men, Etc. .j j Livery Connection Shetudket S:reet FARREL & SANDERSON. Props. 0v and Keoair Work Jm. OF ALL KINDS CN AUTOMOBILES, CARRIAGES, WAGONS, TRUCKS and CARTS, Mechanical Repairs, Painting, Trim ming. Upholstering and Wood Work. Elacksmithing in all its branches. Scott & Clark Corp. 507 to 515 North Main St. TEAMING AND TRUCKING DONE VERY PROMPTLY' AND AT REASONABLE PRICES A. Dl LATHROP Phone 175 . DR. A. J. SIN AY. Dentist - Rooms 18-19 Alice Building, Norwich Phone 1177-3 WILLIAM' C. YOUNG Successor to STETSON & YOUNG CARPENTER and BUILDER r-e wcrk and materials at right rrtcea by skilled la.br - Teiephune 6- West Main St. JOSEPH BRADFORD BOOKBINDER Blank Books Made and Ruled to Order 108 BROADWAY THESE ?s so savrtis:ng medium in Eastern Connecticut euual to Xhe Bul Ictia for buaiaesa results. Norwich, Saturday, May 12, 1917. THE WEATHER. Conditions. i'.'ir.t, ;;i The winds along the north Atlantic coast will be fresh north; middle At lantic moderate to fresh northwest o north. - ' Low pressure prevail; in the east. There have been local showers In New York and Xew England. .- - "With the exception- of showers on Saturday in the northern portion of New England, the weather will be fair Saturday and Sunday east of the Mississippi river, with somewhat higher temperatures Sunday over the interior districts.- Forecast. Eastern New York: Fair Saturday, preceded by showers central and north portions; Sunday fair. Southern Xew England: Cloudy Saturday; Sunday fair. Northern New En eland: Local rains Saturday: Sunday fair. Observations in Norwich. The following records, reported from Sevin's pharmacy, show the changes in temperature and . the barometric changes Friday: - ' , Ther. Bar 7 a. si 50 2S.S 12 m .'..56 29.62 6 p. m. 50 29.62 Highest 56. lowest 48. Comparisons. -,''. Predictions for Friday: . Generally fair. - ' Kriday's weather: - Partially cloudy, cool. , ' ' Sua. M'ln nod Tides. !i Sun I! High II tioo-a II Rises. Sets. ( Water. Rises. Pay. a. m. p. m. a. m. p. m. 7 ...'I 4.39 I- 6.51 9.58 ' 7.58 8 . . .!( 4.38 ! 6. 52 10.41 9.03 9 ...I! 4.3S 6.52 11.27 10.04 10 ...'. 4.35 6.53 12.18 10.55 U . . J 4.34 ! 6.54 0.41 11.36 12 ...H 4.32 I 6.56 1.29 Morn. 13 ...II 4 31 ! 6.57 I! 2.30 I 0.22 Six hours after high water It Is low tide, v.'hich is followed by flood tide. GREENEVILLE Loyal Finders Circle of King's Daugh ters Meet Exercises at Greenevillo School Hens Become Pests When Allowed to Dig Up Gardens Notes. The regular meeting of the Loyal Finders circle of King's Daughters met Friday e'ening in the parlors of the Federated church. The meeting was lead by IMiss Metilda Sebastian. After the devotional exercises the regular doutine of business was trans acted. The reports of the secretary and treasurer were read and accept ed. Matters pertaining to the wel fare of the circle were discussed and voted upon. There was a social hour following the meeting. There was a large attendance.- Swamp Yanks Open Season. The Oreeneville A. C. baseball team will lineup against the Swamp Yanks this afternoon at Jlohegan Park and a fast game is looked for. Manager Tillev of the Swamp Yanks haa had nis men oue every day this week in spite of the bad weather and has a likely looking bunch of ball players. Hens Destroy Gardens. Many people still complain about the dogs and cats digging up their gardens. Also another nuisance has appeared in the form of chickens. Peo ple who keep hens would confer a great favor if they would keep their live-stock in their own back yards. -Exercises at Grammar School. . At the Greenevill'; Grammar school Friday afternoon an pnjoyable pro gramme was carried out by the schol ars of all the grades. The assembly hail was filled with children from the different grades. Notes. ' Franc!! P. McXamnra of Sixth street is spending the week end as the guest of relatives in Worcester. .John Morrison has reaisrned as man ncer of the Yale club baseball team and a ne-n- manager will be elected. The roque court that C. TI. Standjsh has been puttlntr in is all ready for l;ay t-. ;;oon a:; the-weather permits. TAFTVILLE John Joubert Cuts Fihaer With Chip ping Machine Soy Scouts Meet Close Race in Mill League Many Cases of Mumps Notes. John Joubert met with a painful ac cident Thursday when he caught his hand in the gears of a clipping ma chine. Mr. Joubert had the little fin trer of his right hand nearly severed nt the first joint. The wound was dressed by a physician. Exciting Race in Mill League. The race for first place in the Mill League P.owlirir tournament is decid er! v '-!osp. The Hustlers have the advantage of one gsme. In the No. 2 l'-acrue the leaders have a. margin of only two games. The standings fol low: Mill League No. 1. Won Lost Pet. Pinfall Hustlers ..4.1 24 .652 31725 V. M. 5 42 24 .636 32257 R. P. 41 S .388 36T.26 Olympic ...36 ?, .510 31624 Tr.il 25 '8 .401 28335 Lisbon .. ..19 44 .310 2S197 Mill No. 2. S'piecers 20 7 .740 11397 P. Hangers .IS 9 .666 11469 Mechanics .9 15 .380 9945 Mighty .... 3 IS .142 - 8463 Many Cases of Mumps. What appears to be an epidemic of mumps has struck Taftville and a large number of children are out- of school as a result. Many of those affected are out on the streets with their faces bound up in clothes. Boy Scouts Meet. The regular meeting of Troop No. 10, of the Boy Scouts wa3 held in the Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A GAGER Funeral Director and Embalmer Prompt s ervice day or night 642-2. Lady Ass-, M NORWICH FIFTY YEARS AGO; Water Commissioner Made Surveys For New Reservoirs M Costello Uppitt Chosen Organist of Methodist Choir: Norwich-New York Steamboat Line- Ready For the Season.' ' - Fifty years ago at a meeting of the Common Council, the water com missioners reported progress on sur veys made for a new reservoir which was calculated to supply the city for the following ten years, which meant 40 (allons. per day to 20,000 people. Gleanings from The Bulletin flies of '67 follow: May 6, 1&67 The Norwich - and Worcester Railroad Co., have staked out the general boundaries of their proposed new wharf on the flats off the east bank of the Thames river, and John T. Fanning, the architect, has completed a map of the locality showing the deapth of the water all along the site of the proposed wharf. Some time . Saturday night, or early Sunday morning, the grocery store of Palmer -and Cooke, on Main . street, was entered by a rear window. Made Surveys For Reservoir. May, 7, 1867. A regular meeting of the board of common. councfTvwas held on Monday evening. The water com. missioners made A report of progress, having directed J. T. Fanning, civil engineer, to make surveys for a res orvoir for the city on the firm of A. F. Smith, east of the Scotland road, a little north of Norwich Town, with surveye of the surface draining into the resorvoir to make an estimate of the amount of water that can be ob tained from this surface. Mr. Fan ning has sent them a letter from which we glean this fact. It should be remembered that the water is ob tained not alone from the brook which rises in Smith's meadows, but from numerous springs in the same. The several results of the survey show the amount of drainage surface supplying the resorvoir to be about 500 acres, amount of surface of reservoir itself about 70 acres, capacity of reservoir 45,000,000 cubic feet. The surface of the reservoir Is 240 feet above tide water. Tt is proposed to TjTtld a 30 foot dam in the meadow, and it is calculated that it will supply the wants of the city for the next ten years, that is the reservoir will be able to supply 40 gallons per day to 20,000 people. For this reason ilttle o nothing has been done about the Trading Cove brook which it is sup posed will not be needed to supply our wants. Discovered Dead Body. May 8, 1S67. About 5 o'clock on Tuesday morning, two Irish girts on their way to churca, discovered the dead body of a man lying face down ward In the road near the Oreeneville cemetery. They gave notice of the fact, and the body was removed to the Village and a jury of inquest sum NOTED MUSICIANS AT POLISH BENEFIT CONCERT Sigismond Stojowski and Thaddeus Wronski Entertained Slater Hall Au dience. The concert given in Slater Hall on Friday evening for the benefit of the Polish Relief B"und gave rare enjoy ment to the large audience assembled. .-' The program, made up entirely of music by Polish composers, was given with the all sympathy and understand ing due to racial kinship. Sigismond Stojowski,- irr his first Chopin group displayed his keen ap preciation of that master's senuous, glowing style and matchless beauty of composition. In the Ballade his technique was perfect, his rendering simple and full of poetic beauty. The dreamily love ly Nocturne with its reiterated theme end the brilliance of the Polonaise with its stately rhymn and stirring, i-oiring accompaniment could hardly have been surpassed. Thaddeus Wronski possesses a voice of great range and flower, of a strong ly dramatic quality. Ttis first gronp of songs was sung with very evident finish and style. Miss Jamieson ac companied him most artistically. In the Polish folk songs, arranged - and . accompanied by Mr. Stojowski, his rendering of the pathos and occasion ally the drollery characterizing them was delightful. Indeed his voice and sympathetic rendering of his entire program were pleasing in the extreme. Mr. Stojowski showed his versatil ity in the second group, when he gave the melodious Lesrende by Paderewski, the daintily playful composition of his own and th eseveredy fine variations on a Cracovian theme. In the final number, Chopin's Ron do, arranged for two pianos. Miss Margaret Jamieson and Mr; Stojowski v,-ere heard together. Miss Jamieson is known to Norwich audiences as a pianist of rare attainments and her presence is always a source of the greatest pleasure. Her playing last evening was quite on a par with pre vious performances. The delicate pre cision of the constantly recurring phrase, the light brilliance and varied color were excellently expressed by hoth players and the . instruments, sounded as one. Speed up to 180 miles an hour with safety is claimed by the French in ventor of a new type of suspended monorail railroad. Taftville Congregational church Fri day evening with a large number in attendance. The regular routine of business was transacted. Notes. Lewis Judd of Hanover was a bus iness viistor-in town on Friday. Miss Shugrue substituted for Miss Callahan at the Wequonnoc school on Friday. The Taftville baseball club will line up against the Bear Cats on the lo cal diamond this afternoon. The regular meeting of the execu tive committee of the British Ameri can Relief fund will be held on Mon day evening- The northern part of. Norwich avenue hr..s recei"ed its spricg coating of tnrvia.-a-nd while -tho sir ?!l li fcrplcas ant the results are most ratisfactory. PlmpEes yC rashes, laves, red- fA ness ana SKin uiemisnes csu be quickly removed with Glenn's Sulphur Soap Delightful in a warm bath before retiring soothes the w nerves and mauces rerresn- jt ff ing Bleep. Druggists, y if rj Hill'. H.ir n A Wbuker D,.. J Black or Brewa.50e. V r moned hy Justice Uurfee. The eeti mony showed the deceased to be Rus sell B. Smith, a man aooui do of age, overseer in the Shetucket mills. The Jury rendered a verdiet of death by heart disease. - The Fourteenth Regiment - offtcers union will meet in this city on Sep tember 17th. The 17th of September is the anniversary of the battle of Antietam, the first of the many bat ties in which this regiment partici pated.. - ' Captain Robert W. Huntington of Hartford. U. S. Marine Corp. a former student . at the Free Academy has been ordered from the Portsmouth, N, H. navy yard to that at Norfolk . Methodist Choir Organize. . May 9, 1887. The choir of the East Main street M. E. church as organ ized for the current year ia as fol lows: Organist, Costello - L-ippitt; basso and leader, O. H. Tubbs; tenor, Charles Batty; adprano, " Miss Jenny Lamphear; alto, Miss Elizabeth Al len. The highest tide on record for . this season of year, came up the Thames river Wednesday: overflowing the wharf In rear of Commerce street. May 10, 1867. The Norwich and New York steamboat line' is now in complete trim for the summer season, or rather will be Monday night, when the City of Boston will resume her place on the route. The Boston haa been thoroughly overhauled and paint ed inside and out, re-caulked, re-coppered, and her machinery put into the best of shape, so that she and her consort, the City of New York, which lately received a similar training, are both in better condition than ever be fore. Repairing Water Street. May 11, 1867. The street commis sioner under direction of the street committee, has a gang of men en gaged in repaying Water street. The work has been completed in front of the Bulletin building. The pavement is of cble stones. . At a regular meeting of Norwich lodge, o. 4. I. O. of O. T.. held on May Sd, the following officers wer autly instal.e: James B. West, W. C. T.; 'Miss K. M. Waterman, W. V. T.s Orson B. Parish, secretary Miss C M. Butler, financial secretary; Hugh King, treasurer; Rev. J. M. Worces ter, chaplain; William H. Woodward. marshal!; R. H. Fitch, I. G.: William Smith, O. G.; Miss Mattie MCDougald, assistant: secretary: -Mrs. B. B. Water man, D. M. ; Miss H. M. Waterman, R H. S.; 'Miss Lizzie W. Cobb. L..-H. S.; John Trolan, L. D. ; Charles H. Cobb, P. W. C. T. RED CROSS BRANCH ORGANIZED AT STORRS Mrs. Charles L. Beach Elected Chair man and Mrs. C. B. Armory, Jr., as Secretary. The Storrs branch of the Hartford chapter of the American Red "Cross has completed its organization period ana is at work. The Ladies Boo club had been doing sewing work and sending money through the Hartford chapter since 1914. It was hard to get a speaker but Mrs. Ueorae Kel ler of Hartford was finally able to come. The sewing room at Grove cot tage wren its sewing machines is available for use on Thursday and Friday afternoon from 1 to 6. Mon day, Wednesday and Thursday from S to 12; Thursday afternoon is the regular meeting day. The officers are: Chairman, Mrs. Charles L. Beach; secretary. Mrs, Charles B. Amcry, Jr.; treasurer. Mra if.- P. noliister. The following are members: Mr. pnd Mr?. Beach, Mrs. G. C. White, Miss Farnham. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ba ker, Mrs. William Slate, Miss Maud Hayes, AI iss Hopson. Miss Ackle Mrs. Wheeler. Mrs. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. HolUster, Miss Richardson, Mr, and Mrs. Campbell, Br. and Mrs. New- ton, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Blake. Mr, and Mrs. G. II. Lamson. Mrs. Card Mr. and Mrs. Savaee, Mrs. Longley Mrs. Musser. Mrs. Guy C Smith. -Mrs Judkins. Mrs. Moss. Mr. E. C Walker, Miss Sprague, Miss Bourne, Miss voetsch, Air. and Mrs. V harm by. Sir, Torrey, Misrr EHorothv Davis. Miss Cos tello, Miss Tapiey, Miss Driscoll, Miss Oore, Md. Frank Miller. Mrs. Bebe, Mrs. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Gulley, F. W. Dufroe. Mrs. M. J. Duffee. Mr. and Mrs. Mor.teith. Mrs. M. B. Whit pey. Miss Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Ga gingu.-., Mr. and Mrs. G. Fraser, Mr. Hughes, Mrs Amorv, Miss Mari Pierce, Mrs. Kirkpatrick. Miss Hunt ington. M?ss Hrigham. Miss Chadwick Miss Fisher Miss Thompson,. Miss tirant, .Sirs. Luther Crane. Mrs. J. B. King, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Edmond, Mr. Koy E. Jones. Miss Rosebrooks. Mrs. Elizabeth Clark, Miss Corey, Miss Enos, Mrs. Winifred Blake. Mrs. Stel la Findley, Dr. and Mrs. Sinnott, Mr. and Mrs. John Fitts. Mr. and Mrs. Es ten. all of Storrs, ?vlrs. Donald Ross and Miss Lynch of Mansfield Depot, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hammond-Ivnowl-ton, Misses Alice and Gertrude Can tor. Mrs. Horace R'Jtter, Miss Kath leen Rutter, M iss Carrie Pratt, Mrs. Fred Parker, Mrs. Thurlow Atwood, Miss Elizabeth Clarke. Mrs. Geo. S. Clarke. Mrs. Geo. M. Clarke of Worm wood Hill. JOHN TROLAND AGAIN STATE PLUMBERS' TREASURER Was Reelected at 27th Annual Meet ing at Hartford. The Master Plumbers' twenty-seventh annual convention, held in Put nam Phalanx armory, Hartford, - reg istered an attendance of over 200 del egates from various parts of the state. A pleasing address of welcome was acoordetf the convention by Mayor Haggarty. His after-dinner address at the Allyn house where the banquet was held, was an eloqueent statement of the attitude taken and to be sus tained by our government in relation to the world war into which we have been forced and an unqualified en dorsement of the policy of President Wilson, Mayor Haggarty Is a republican and his address was received with fer vent applause. The business of the convention in cluded reolutions of loyal support Tor the flag, copies of which to be sent to President Wilson and Governor Hol comb. A pleasing episode of the morning session was the presentation to Mayor Haggarty at the close of his address of welebme, of a copy of Wild Posies, by the plumber-ipoet, John Troland of this city, who was also re-elected treasurer. Unclaimed Letters. The list of unclaimed letters in the Norwich. Conn., post office, for the week ending' May 27th. 1917, is as fol lows: H. W. Dixon, Daniel Howard, William F. Kahili. William Laux, Geo. Martin, and Rosa Radla. CONNECTICUT COLLEGE NEWS. natruetor- Harold W. Crandall Order ed 6 Report afc Pittsburgh Presi dent Sykes Presents Shells to Stu dents. '.. - . Harold W. Crandall, Instructor In history and social science at the col lege, received telegraphic orders to re port .at the officers' training camp at Pittsburgh on Saturday. May 13, and has left ceHee.- ' The . first . intimation the college at large had that Mr,, Crandall anticipated entering the camp,.- came an hour be fore Mr- Crandall left, ror rvew ior. At -. the weekly . convocation held on Tuesday morning" Dr.. Sykes made a comprehensive report ot th Conditions for prize awards in June. -I" English, Students comoetinz for the Graham Hislop prize of $25 for general pro ficiency in English, must file at least five of their compositions, either prose or poetry. With the clerk or tne if?ui- tv before May 15. The judges wui oe trr.-.Syke. Dr. Xfann. Clarke Burr, and Dr. Mar jone Barstow. ; ' Journalism. Competitors for the Theodore Boden wein prize of $25; for excellence in Joarhalism. must file before May l contributions which have been made to the nreas (which is Interpreted as an newspaper of repute as well as the colteee paper T. - The faculty commit tee of advisors of the Connecticut coi- legs News will act as judges. Publio Speaking. The judges for th Louise Rykrran Sykes public speaking prize of $25, for which tryouts are to be held saturoay morning at 8.30. are Dr. Nye. and Dr. Nann Clark Barr, with the as association of Mrs. Sykes. Dramatics. . The orizo ir. Dramatics . offered by Mra. Ri iharJ Mai-sne'.d. iv-il De award ed through open competition. Compe titors may elect to present any piece choosing parts of col'ege plays in which thev are to participate, if they desire. The readings must re in Eng lish. The judges will be Dr. Barr, Dr Barstow and George Currie, in.ructlor in elocution, with ihe association of Mrs. Mansfield. Greek. The Peterson prixe of $25 for ex cellence in- Greek will Be awarded up on the. recommendation of the profes sor. . . French. The Drizes offered for the best work and progress in French will be award ed upon the it'commenuation or jr. Esther Sarey and Mile, Carola Ernst, Spanish. The Spanish prizes, one for excel lence irt freshman Spanish, the other for excellence it sophomore Spanish, will be ,nwi ded upon recommendation of Sigmor Nicholas Doningucy. Mathematics. A special examniation covering the work Of -the entire year will be given to students who desire to compete for the Mathematics prize of $25, offered bv Charles Hascob. The special ex amination will be substistituted for the final examination, so that the stu dents competing need take only Qne examination at the close of the semes ter. Botany. A prfe in botai-v offered by Mrs ComstO'-k of W-'.iaris ni'-et. win awarded 't provieccy in bouJny upon the recommendation of Dr. Ar thur Craves and Dr. Raymond C. Os- burne. fc Music. The Bryan F. Mahan prize of $25 for excellence in Music will be award ed upon the recommendation of Dr. Coerne. Mr. Bauer and Mr. Weld. All competitors must be in satisfactory standing ami must carry a schedule of 24 points. ' German Club Elects. At a nieting of the German club held Tufday afierncon the f .-iiov.-in officers were elected for the yearisii 18: President. Miss Juline Warner; vice president. Miss Charlotte Keefe; sec retary. Miss Nellie English. The treasurer will be elected frcm the inc-oming Freshman class. Miss Irma Hutzler Treasurer. The Athletic association has electei1 the following officers for ihe year, 1317-1S: President, Miss Madeline Rowe. New Haven: vice president. Miss Louise Ainsley. Cheshire, Conn.: secretary, Miss Marjorie Doyle, Meriden; trees urer, Miss Irma Hutzler, Norwich. Entertained at Submarine Base The officers at the 1 submarine base entertained a party of college girls on Wednesday afternoon. The guests were taken to ride in one of the new speed boats, purchased by the U. i: ivvinmpnt a d wh.cn iire reiM:.-"- linv 3i:o'.-d power of 20 knots. Affe the trm ir. the boats the par'.? u-a entertained f- t rr at the The j-nrty. .was chaperoned by M'. Hazel WoodhUll. Dr. Sykes conducted daily assembly on Thursday in New London nan. Misi Woodhull. head of the department Physical Education announced that two sheila had been gicen to the col lege classes. One Of the boats is to be called Loyalty 1919 and the other Loyalty 1920. In response to insistent clapping and demands for the name of the donor, Miss Woodhull, finally announced tha the boats were the gifts of President Sykes, as a token of 'his appreciation of the pctions of the classes to him i the let's trouble. Dr. Sykes when called upon for speech told the students that he had not intended them to knotfr the donor of the boats, but as such knowledge seemed to have been given, he would say that the classes would use th boats as a foundation of a crew and that the river which offered so won derful an opportunity for regattas. in the years to come be the scene of many exciting races and regattas. At "the close of his speech, the stu dents cheered and cheered and as sembly was concluded by the singin of the college song, dedicated to the class of 1920 by Miss Loretta Higglns of Norwich. The petition presented to the facul ty by the members of the history and social science classes, suddenly de priyed o ftheir teacher, has been grant ed. ...... Th rAMMon wait .to fallow the sfn dents to take a final examination this wedk and devote the remaining three weeks of the college year to pre paredness work. This work will be of three kinds Assisting in the college gardens which are bemg planted to raise next fall1 supply of vegetables, knitting or first aid work. Liquor and Drug Using can be stopped, if yoa come here. Skilled physician administer origiBal successful treat in rat. . No eoonnementae saute quick -ixprmaMHt. Wei ropd tnO&maietk looted. THE KEELEY INSTITUTE - Wt Hans. Ceas. B. A. WIGHTMAN EXPERIENCED PIANO TUNER 49 Cliff Street, : Norweih, Conn. Telephone 752-13 " ' nov2d WHEX tOV WANT to put your bus iness before the public, there Is no medium netter than "rt-ough tha ad vertising? columns of Ths Bulletin. Baby Eighteenths Old Had Itching Rash Since Birth on His Face, Neck and Back . Two Cakes Cuticura Soap and One Box Ointment Healed Above are extracts from a signed statement recently re ceived from Mr. George Woodbury 4 French Street, Lynn, Mass. . Cuticura Soap, to cleanse, purify and beautify, Cuticura Ointment to soften, soothe and heal, have been, most successful in the severest forms of skin and scalp troubles, but greater still is what they have done in preserving clear skins, clean scalps and good hair as well as in preventing little skin troubles becoming great ones. Cheap soaps, harsh soaps, coarse, strongly medicated soaps are re sponsible for half the skirl troubles in the world. Stop the use of all doubtful soaps. Use Cuticura for all toilet purposes. ' For Trial Free by Return Mail ad dress post-card: "Cuticnra, Dept. R, Boetoc." Sold throughout the wrrld. NORWICH TOWN Social Evening at Scotland Road Hall ---School Pupils Collect Spring Blooms Tennis Games on the Green, William Thomas returned Wednes day to his home in Goshen, having spent the winter with his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Browning, ot ji,ast Town street. On his way to Webster. Mass., to spend the week end, James Cobb of Providence,-a rormer resident or .Nor wich Town, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. James Butler of Old Cemetery lane. Children's Flower Collections. Flowers brought in by the children of the intermediate department of the Town street school from April 12 to Mav 8 were: Maple bud, arbutus, cvbiticus. white violet, horsetail, skunk cabbage, saxifrage, blue violet, purple violet, myrtle, dandelion, bluet, b.ooa- root. chickweed, five-finger, ladies' to bacco. Jill-over-ground, bluebell, cow slip, hepatica, adderstongue and ane mone. Social and Dance. A social evening was enjoyed Fri day at Scotland Road hall under the auspices of the Social oiud. 'mere was dancing, Greenman's orchestra furnishing music. Ice cream and cake were served by the supper committee Parties from Baltic, Taftvii:e ana Norwich were among those present. Sheltering Arms Service.' Rev.- H. T. Arnold of Williams stree BORN. tLMRD In Moosun, May S, 1!)7. son to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Allard. PORTER In Hebron, May S. 1917. son to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Porter SHERMAJf In Hopkinton, R. T.. May 10. 19.17. a son to Mr. and Mrs Oeorge Sherman. , MARRIED. H ARSH U.I, H ASSI-RR Tn Glasg.i May 1. 1917, by Rev. Richard P. Morrisse".- Wilfred Marshall and Mis Lillian Hassler. DIED. StI'XDKnS In Norwich, May 9. 1911 Levi S. in lingers. n?ed 71 years. Funeral Servi'-es wilt he held at hi lata home. 247 C'entrnl avenue. Sat nrday. May 12, s-.t 1.30 p. m. Burial in Pachaug cemetery. SMITH In Xoi-.vioh, May 11, 1917. Ed gar A. Smith, arred 63 years, son of ; Mrs. Avery Smith, I Funeral services at the residence of ! Paraufl B. Case. No. 124 Broad street. I Monday afternoon. May 14. at 2.,;o. Kindly omit flowers. BlTRrnCK Tn Westerly, R. I., May 10. 1917. Amos L. Burdick. aged 91 years. SISSOX In Norwich Town. Otrobando road. May 11, 1917. Daniel G. Sison, atred 69 years. Notice o' funeral hereafter GIBSON In this city. May 11. 1917, Mary Riley, wife of William J. Gib son of 8 North Thames street. Notice of funeral hereafter. H UTCH EN SON In Norwich Town. May 11, 1917. Klizabeth Groves Hutchenson, aged 67 years. Funeral from her late home, 99 West Town . street. Sunday afternoon. May 13. at 2 o'clock. Burial in family lot at Putnam, Conn. Funeral pri vate. CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our sincere thanks to all friends and neighbors H.-ho extended tiieir sympathy and as sistance in our recent bereavement, and for the many beautiful floral re membrances. Such acts of kindness will ever be remembered. FREDERICK J. IIAGH'NT) AND . DAVOHTERS. 8S Church & Allen 15 Main Street FUNERAL DIRECTORS EMBALMERS Lady Assistant Telephone 323-3 HENRY E. CHURCH WM. SMITH ALLEN s:iaTi DR. E. J. JONES Suite 46 Shannon Building Take elevator Shetucket entrance. Phone Street Shea & t3urk:o 41 Main Strett Funeral Directors The Little (Jem Ear Phone The simplest, smallest and most perUct hearing device. Far above anything ever pro duced. We offor you a scientific wonder, pronoured by deaf people the world over as the most satisfactory hearing device ever invented. THE AUTO MASSAGE stops head noises arid improves the hearing. Free private demon strations at our store. Call to day. Ask for booklet. The Plaut-Cadden Co. Jewelers and Opticians Plaut-Cadden Building Established 1872 Carriages, Democrats, Con cords and Business Wagons. Will clean up on a lot of Stable and Square Blankets. A good line of Auto Robes. Prices right low on Team and Ex press Harnesses and Rubber Boots THE L L CHAPMAN CO. 14 BATH STREET. NORWICH, CT. will be in charge of the Sunday after noon service at the Sheltering Arms. Moving from. Providence. Mr and Mrs. Wood of Providence have rented the upper apartment of John Mullin's house at the foot of the Green and are moving there. Tennis Court in Use. The tennis court on the Grern has been rolled and games played this week. Mrs. Alien Latham of the Reservoir road left Friday to visit relatives in Leicester, Mass. Robert Sterry from Fort Trumbull was at his home on Otrobando avenue a day or two this week. Timothy Fields, Jr., of Springfield Mass., was at his home on Elm ave nue the first of the week. Secretary F. C. Warner will speak briefly at the First Congregational church Sunday morning on Food Pro duction and Conservation, in conjunc tion with the pastor. Make Your Kiddies Lauga Children smile when they take Foley's. Honey and Tar 1st, It tastes good. 2nd, It makes them feci good. It will turn a feverish, fretful, cough ing child into a happily smiling one. Because It puts a healing, toothing coating on a feverish, inflamed, tickling throat. It helps snuffles and stuffy, wheezy breathing.- It stops cougha quickly, and it wards off croup. It contains no opiates, does not up set a delicate stomach, and the last drop in the bottle is just as good as the first. Ty it. Lee & Osgood. HAVE YOU SEEN The Penn Safety THE RAZOR WITH PERFECT BLADES Every one guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded Price $1.00 JOHN & GEO. H. BLISS DR. C. R. CHAMBERLAIN Dental Surgeon McGrory Building, Norwich, Conn. . 190 Franklin St. IS THE PLACE TO GET A NICE ROAST BEEF AS WELL AS A NICE PIECE OF CORNED BEEF OR ANY THING IN THE MEAT LINE. VAL.LUPPERT THE BEST VALUES IN NORWICH HkhGradc Watches l(Ojh7 AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES 7 Jeweled Seth Thomas 12 and 16 nickel case, $3.00. 7 J. 10-Ysar Gold-filled Case, $4.25. 15 J. 10-Year Gold-filled Case, $5.00. 17 J. 20-Year Gold-filled Case, $8.00. 23 J. 10-Year Gold-filled Case. $8.50. Solid Gold, small size Ladies' Watches, $6X0. Convertible Bracelet Watches, war ranted for 10 years, $5.00. Guaranteed Wrist Watches, $2.00. All Watches Fully Guaranteed J. OGULNICK A CO. 32 Franklin St. Norwich On account of increase in pries of to bacco, the Whitestone Cigar will ba sold from now on at $31 per 1,000. J. F. CONANT Jan2d 11 Franklin St. MEM! it TRAVELERS' DIRECTOR $1.25 To rW York SI. 2.-. CHELSEA LINE TO NEW YORK FREIGHT AND PAS3ENCER SERVICE BETWEEN NORWICH AND NEW YORK From Norwich Tuesdays. Thurs days, Sundays at S p. m. New York, Brooklyn Bridg. Pier, East Hiv-r, toot . p.o-',s-v t Street, Mondays, V.--dn" 1-i.vs. Fri days at a p. m. E'.Octive Out. litn. 1916. $1J25 F. V. KNOUSE, Agent $1S -v& ST:C '1-VyV. F. EI. WILLIAM?, JR., nnrl A'n', V. H. KENTON', r.-f ial Attn'. GEORGE N. PF.r.AP. Special Arr,t Hartford, Conn. New York New He, PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING CALL UP 734 With or Without Gas Attach ments but Always EFFICIENT and ECONOMICAI MODEL RANGES Ws furnish Repairs for all make of Ranges A. J. Vholey & Co. 12 FERRY STREET Robert J. Cochran GAS FITTING. PLUMEING, STEAV FITTING Washington Sq Washington B-jiiomg Norwich, Conn. Agent for N. B. O. Slie-t IVk.rj Phons MODERN PLUMBIC is as essential in mcdern hou elcctricty is to lighting. W a gjara-. tee the very best PLUMBING VOPK by expert workmen at the fa-re? prices. Ask us for plans and price. J. F. TOMPKINS 67 West Main Street T, F. BURM3 Healing and Plumbing 92 Franklin Street CASTS G 3 FURNISHED PROMPTLY BY THE VAUGHN FOUNDRY CO No. ".1 to 5 Ferry Stre- J. M. 8c J. P. 3VAHN Tailors Franklin Square, 237 Main St-f Telephens iSI-12 DR. R. J. COLLINS DENTIST 148 Main Stroet, Nc-a'cH, Cen. Phona 117 TuTbS French-American Fur Co. Guarantee all work. We r--- ft charge for StoraTe. Dv-.oj - on a I Furs. Uncured Skins watr-i. Practisal Furrier H. J. YAR MAN, Prr.pr.etir Tel. 1301-4 Room 106. Tra-r f. -. Dr. Alfred Richards DENTIST OrV.cn IViurn: 9-1 J a. ki. 1 to p. n Weil, and ?'.. F.n r,-: T-t Room ''' Thaj'-r .!;' X Tel. 2'JO ll-.u"! I-., i- FREDERICK T. BKiCE THE Pi&UD THUZn 22 CLAREMOL'NT AVE. Phone 838-2 Norwich, Cn". CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS The o'l I. lea V'Xt I i- : 1 -' "f i - ,utMt(i' ! , 1 1 : 1 1 ' t ' I A ;i - niOMt RI'll OiI.H "1" i ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 11- ? the i-emil- ' ri j i- - in fl-vJ'" ir ---thinir u-hl'-h bv iie.r I n-' m ! . the hoilv of the .- ff - r v. ii. Ir! u .; he disease. Th" H'-U-ri'e r? r-i.ir.-.r.r.i t . v. -tnstrated that ihe -.-i "f . n oiflplacetl an J ru t : a x t- 1 e --r,' Ot the Spin.-! I "hl.'in. .in .(, .- - l lha t r.niic r cifi. t i -, , ref teil t " ' ' v f ' ' ' ' ' ' " r 1 -will r(- - c ' ' m r- ii ' :' , : ? , t . . T D.' ZIMMERMAN, D. C. IHfir mt t Ulwnpwnrllr, Rooms L'J-.21 "i'i.i-.- r . wlch. ft. Tin--. lay. Tin? Uy. f day, 2 tn 6 V. m. F. C. GEER Pianj Tir.::, 'Phone 511 122 Prospect Street, Norwich, C "--.