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NORWICH BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 13X7 r c i AH,- Warwick " f i FOR THE SCHOOL DRESSES For hard wear for the kind of wear that sturdy, growing youngsters will give their dresses you need the strongest materials. There is another consideration, too. You do not want to sacrifice appearance to service. In these weaves which we now offer you will find the happy com bination of usefulness and service. Make the school dresses immediately for schobltime has arrived BOSTON STOBE SCHOOL SPECIALTIES ABATES'" AND "ANDERSON'S" ZEPHYR GINGHAMS 32 Inches Wide 25c a Yard One of the d pettiest fabrics for. children's dresses that has ever been woven, and the colors and the patterns are intended for just this pur-' pose. Zephyr Gingham is soft in finish, firm in texture, and the late Fall colorings and designs are as pretty as can be. "GLENROY" AND "ANDERSON'S" BEST ZEPHYR GINGHAMS 32 Inches Wide 29c a Yard These two are of m superior quality much above the average, and wllf give the greatest amount of hard wear. We now have a fine assortment of the prettiest Fall patterns ready for your selection. "KINDERGARTEN" CLOTH 29c a Yard This Is the old reliable for ehfl- "LAD AND LASSIE" f CLOTH 20c a Yard This Is a little heavier than a ging ham and" was woven with the one idea in view to make the very best material for children's dresses. We have it in lengths from 10 to 20 yards. dren's wear. Ever since the first yard was placed upon the market it has been the favorite. Upon our shelves you will now find all of the newer patterns. It is full 30 Inches wide. ' Bates' Dress Ginghams Now Here All the Best Designs and Colorings Don't You Want Cood Teeth? - Oees the dread of the dental ehalr cause you to neglect them? Yea seed have no fears. By our method you can have your teeth filled, crowned or extracted ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN. CONSIDER THESE OTHER FEATURES ' STRICTLY 8ANITAAY OFFICE STERILIZED INSTRUMENTS CLEAN LINEN ASEPTIC DRINKING CUPS LOWEST PRICES CONSISTENT WITH BEST WORK If these appeal to yu, call for examination and estimate. Me charge for consultation. OR F. C JACKSON OB. O. J. COYLS DENTISTS (Successors to the Kirte Dental Cs.) .tOS.MAIN ST. NORWICH. CONN. ; - r : A, M. to 8 P. M. - Lady Asistsnv Telephone COLCHESTER Rev. Father Ford Attending Retreat Borough Folks at Norwich Fair Recent Visitors. - Miss Marion Sullivan has returned from a. week's visit at Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sherman's in Norwich. Dr. A. Li. Stebbins and family have returned after two weeks' outing- at Gardner lake. Attending Retreat. . Rev. Father Joseph Ford is at Key ser Island to attend the retreat of the Catholic clergy this week. Mr. and Mrs. George B. A. Baker and two daughters of New Britain are quests of Mr. Baker's parents on Hay wood avenue. Rev. Dr. Michael A." Sullivan, Miss Alice Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. Lit tle returned to Hartford Tuesday af ter a few weeks' staat Father Sul livan's ,summer home on Windham avenue. Clifford C. King- and Myron Peck bam of Lebanon were here Tuesday evening attending the K. of P. meet ing. -,, Went to Norwich Fair. Several from town were in Nor- if - : , . . V f ,, ItaaWasTaTaTaTBaaTllaaW - theiis 79 ss aavercsina- medium la inaittrn Connecticut eauaj to The Bui )kUa frtouslaea results. - .. -.. -JT .... wich Wednesday attending the fair. Mr. and- Mj-s. Griswold Chappell re turned to Bristol Tuesday after sev eral days' visit with relatives in town. Mrs. David Krol and grandson of Newark, N. J., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kraft. A few from town went to Hartford Wednesday to attend the state fair at Charter Oak Park. Mrs. May White was calling on friends in Norwich Wednesday. Mrs. Robert Cone was in Middle town Wednesday. Begin 8ehool Work. Miss Kittle Ray has commenced her duties as teacher at the district school at Comstock's Bridge. Charles T. Wilson of Worcester was a cauer nere weanesday. John Cavanaugh of Boston Is the guest of his brother, P. F. Cavanaugh. Daniel Driscoll of Jewett City is the guest of Timothy F. Kelley. F. H. iBartlett of New Haven was in town Wednesday. 1 DAfjlELSON AND PUTNAM NEWS DANIELSON Men Leaving For Ayer Wauregan Priest Would Be Army Chaplain Firemen to Have Clambake Scouts' Outing Richard J. Healey Given .. Surprise Send-Off and Gifts Girls Joining Food Conservation Army. . Judge Woodward heard the stories of five more prisoners when he held Wednesday mornings session of the town court, which is now about the busiest - place in town every morn ing. Corset sale at Keystone store. adv. George C. Fenwick of New Britain visited with friends in Danielson "Wed nesday. At Worcester Fair. Gaston Maindon, Earl Wood, of Wauregan, Dr. O. C. Sharpe and John Crotty motored to Worcester to attend the fair Wednesday. Victor PrrMiilt of the West Side Pwill leave today for Camp Devans at Ayer as a member of the contingent from the Willlmantic-Plainfleld dis trict, Divis'n No. 17. The Improvement of the pavement. within the trolley tracks in Main street, is favorably commented upon by the drivers of motor vehicles. Francis A. Gagnon of Dayville leaves today for Ayer. Mass., as a member of the contingent from this district. ' " Miss Eva C. Clare of Woonsocket Is visiting friends in town. Wauregan Priest Offers Services. Rev. J. C. Mathieu, pastor of the Sa cred Heart church at Wauregan, is listed among the Connecticut priests who have offered their services as army chaplains. Firemen's Outing. Members of the Danielson Fire de partment are to be at Alexander's lake next Sunday for an outing ana clambake. Infants' Funerals. The funeral of Rudolph Caslovek, aged 6 weeks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mi chael Caslovek, was held Wednesday with a service at St. James' church. Burial was in Holy Cross cemetery. Wednesday the funeral of Henry De3gardins. 5 months, son of Mr. and Mrs. Noe Deslardins, was neld at St. James' church. Burial was in Holy Cross cemetery. There was a funeral service at St. James' church Wednesday for Eugene, the Infant son of. Mr. and Mrs. Ensrene Beausoliel. Burial was in Holy Tross cemetery. L. E. Kennedy was in charge of the three funerals. Corset sale at Keystone Store. adv. In dealing with a man who was making a nusiance of himself. Chief Grimshaw suffered an injured toe. Low Temperatures. The temperature dropped sufficiently low In Danielson Wednesday morning to cause light frosts, but there was no crop damage. Scouts at Kilhngly Pond. ' Rev. Ernest A. Legg, scoutmaster. had more than a score of members of Danielson's Boy Scout, troop at Old Killingly pond for an outiig. Oppor tunity was offered, and improved, for trying out swimming tests and other means of determining the efficiency of the scouts as determined by the stand ards of their organization. The outing proved to be -a real pleasure for the scouts and equally so for Rev. Mr. Legg, who is deeply interested in Boy Scout work. Surprise Send-Off and Gifts. Friends of Richard J. Healey, who left Wednesday for Camp Devans, at Ayer, arranged a private ;end-off for him. The party that arranged the surprise affair numbered 16. They pre- sented Mr. Healey gifts, including a purse of $25. 8plendid Type of Soldier. Adellard Barbeau, who left here on Wednesday for Camp Devans, is a splendid type of the men that are to make up the new national army. Toung. splendidly developed and pow erful he has to add to all of these good qualities the ambition to climb rapidly as possible in the service. Be fore leaving Wednesday afternoon Mr. Barbeau said he hopss to be permit ted to solect the heavy artillery as his branch of the service. It is probable that his desire will be gratified, for he is of Just the type that the govern ment officers are seeking for the great siege batteries that are to be a potent ractor in the success of Uncle Sam s new fighting machine. From Haytp Bound For Plattsburg. Slated for the officers' training camp at Plattsburg, where he has been cer tified for enrollment, Francis L. Tet reault is visiting here with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Benoit Tetreault, while awaiting orders to report. Mr. Tetreault has hurried home from Haytl, where he has been as a member of the government's occupational forc es, in clerical capacity. Previous to going to Hayti, Mr. Tet reault was a government stenographer in wasnmgton and was making rapid advancement. He returns here wearing one. of the khaki uniforms of Uncle Sam's occu pational gendarmerie and bears the rank of major. FUNERALS Mrs. Orren S. Arnold. . At her home In Goodyear at 2 o' clock Wednesday afternoon, funeral services for Mrs. Orren S. Arnold were conducted by Rev. C. H. Barber, Dan ielson, former pastor of the Congre gational church. Relatives acted as bearers. Burial was In Westfield cem etery. A. F. Wood was the funeral director. PUTNAM Mrs. W. J. Bartlett Among Pickets Held at Washington Richard J Healey and Adelard Barbeau First Two Men to Leave for Camp Dav ana Crowded Trains Go Through- General Putnam's Famed Plow Now (at Hartford. "I suppose you . are wondering will I go to iail for the cacse?" said Mrs W. J. Bartlett in a message received here ' Wednesday afternoon from Washington, where Mrs. Bartlett is held, with a dozen other suffragists, for having carried banners in the demonstration at the nation's capital Tuesday. In her special message to The Bul letin Mrs. Bartlett further states rel ative to the difficulty and in relation to the quotation above, "If that's what we must do for liberty in America, then I guess I'll be there, but I really can t believe It. I have yet to have it proved. I am here to work for the passage of the Susan B. Anthony amendment. I will do nothing against the law. If I am sent to jail for that which is our legal right, - America must be made safe for democracy." Newspaper announcements Wednes day morning that Mrs. Bartlett had been taken into custody at Washing ton created a flurry of interest in this, Mrs. Bartletts home city. For sev- eral years she has been one of the most ardent, active and efficient of Connecticut? s suffrage workers and has traveled the state over in the in terest of the cause, speaking before scores of subordinate granges, at Po mona grange meetings and her ad dresses to these and other organiza tions number hundreds. Her successful work won her quick recognition from the leaders of the Connecticut Woman's Suffrage asso ciation arrd led to hep appointment as a member of the executive committee of the state organization and her ap pointment as chairman for Tolland county. Untiring and zealous, she has kept up a constant campaign for equal suf frage rights for women in Connecticut and has lent aid to the national move ments have their center of activity at the national capital. She is the first of the suffragists from eastern Connecticut to be caught in the swirl of the picketing cam paign and the fact that she was taken into custody came as a startling sur prise to the people of this city. Mrs. Bartlett's message above given indicates that her spirit is indomita ble and that even a threat of jail has no terrors for her. Her message is characteristic of her attitude toward any effort to check the onward sweep of the suffragist movement to victory and she does not believe that the picketing- campaign is in any way injur ious to the success of the movement, but, on the other' hand will hasten the triumph of the woman,! cause. TWO MEN LEAVE Richard J. Healey and Adelard Bar beau, Both of Danielson, Go to Rep resent District at Camp Devans. STAFFORD SPRINGS Albert Hewitt First of Drafted Men te Gei-ln- All 52 Men Have Been Ac cepted. Several Stafford people attended the celebration ; In Rockville Tuesday in honor of the young men who have been called to the colors. . . - Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Penny and son Howard are speniing several days on Long Island. The local Red Cross has secured quarters In the Business Men's rooms and' will meet for work one day each week. The public and xtarochlal schools opened Tuesday. Is Holler Man. Albert Hewitt la 'the first of the drafted Stafford men to go into camp. He will leave town this (Thursday) morning on the 8 o'clock car. In all 52 men from Stafford have been ac cepted but It will be some time before all ef them are called.' Mrs. Robert Blackburn. Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the undertaking parlors of A. F. Wood on. Academy street. Rev. E. A. Legg conducted a funeral service for Mrs. Robert Blackburn, who died In Brook lyn, N. T. Relatives acted as bearers. Burial was in Brooklyn cemetery. GIRLS JOIN ARMY FOR FOOD CONSERVATION Fifteen Have Already Signed Pledges 'in State Organization. A company of the army of Connec ticut girls being recruited to aid in food conservation is being organized In Danielson and already 15 have signed the pledge cards, it is an nounced by Mrs. Rienzl Robinson. This girls are appreciative of the fact that every pound of food saved will held us to win the war and that in helping toward that end there is important work for them to do for the good of the nation. Every girl can. if she will, dry, salt, can or in some way preserve food while it is plenty. If each girl will save 50 pounds of food, hundreds of thousands of tons can be saved throughout the United States. Each girl who enters this new army and who saves 100 pounds of food will receive a special certificate in rec ognition of her work, bearing the sig natures of the governor, the chairman of the committee of food supply, the president of the Connecticut Agricul tural society and other prominent per sons. - There also will be tr incentive of money prizes for those who achieve The advance guard of the contin gent that Connecticut is to send to Camp Devans. at Ayer. Mass.. passed through this city Wednesday, about every train carrying groups of more than 100 men that the state sent out for service as the first one per cent of its nunta.. -1 : - -' This district adrtert its might to these advance members of the great host that is to follow, sending out Richard J. Healey and Adelard Bar beau, both of Danielson. The morning trains carried some of the men from noints south. Includin Norwich and New London, but the bulk f the new soldiers- that passed through this city Wednesday came in shortly after one o'clock on the New York-Boston express and -they were representative of towns In the western, central and southwestern sections of the state. Included In this group were the Bridgeport. Waterbury. - Stamford, Derby and Ansonia contingents. They were a care free lot, singing and smil ing and makinir a holiday of their ad vent into military life-. Some . of the men were ticketed, in accordance with the instructions that will be followed in sending cut the larger groups and the men from long distance points had their meal tickets. They had been getting together that was evident on their way over from Hartford and were as friendly as old regimental pals before they arrived at this point, where they changed trains for Worcester and Ayer. at which place they were due to arrive at 3.38, and start, on their two-mile hike to the cantonment. As their train pulled out they ga thered and sent up a lusty cheer. There were no frozen feet gentlemen in that crowd. The boys of the Waterbury group were distinguishable by the comfort basrs thev were carrying nresents from thoughtful members of the Red Cross chapter in their home city. Today another group of men, from various parts of Connecticut, will leave here at 1 o'clock and other groups will follow them on Friday and Sat urday. , Francis Gagnon, Dayville. is to go out with today's contingent, as the sole representative of the local dis trict. , For the accommodation of the sol diers in the making a special car is to be attached every day this week to the train leaving here for Worcester at 1 o'clock. Five Days Grace Given. Men in this district who failed to report to the local exemption board for examination are- being notified by Adjutant General George M. Cole that they are to report within five days for military duty. The majority of those who failed to report are aliens and it is believed, at least as concern ed some cases, that these men, hav ing left employment they held at the time of registering in June and gone to other towns, know nothing of the fact that they have been called. They have some serious explaining to do. however. Gen. Putnam's Plow at Hartford In the remodeled quarters of the Putnam Phalanx 'at Hartford there has been placed on exhibition, in a newly varnished case, the plow that General Israel Putnam left in the fur row, at Brooklyn, when he. was in formed of the battle of Lexington and the need of his services. This relic has its proud place amonit scores of other such things pertaining to the Revolutionary war and is at- DONT RISK NEGLECT ' Don't neglect a constant bacskache, sharp, darting pains or urinary dis orders. The danger of . dropsy or Bright's. disease, is, -too" serious to ignore. Use Doan's Kidney Pills as have your friends and neighbors. A Norwich case. Hiram U. Neff, 465 E. Main Street, Norwich, says: "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills off and on for a number of years for attacks of kidney trouble and rheumatic-pains. The pains had settled mostly in my back, across my kidneys, and at times I could scarcely get around. , 1 'could hardly : stoop' or straighten on account of the pain when taken that. way. My kidneys have acted irregularly and the secre tions have been unnatural. At such times I have bought Doan's Kidney Pills at Sevin & Son's Drug Store and they have always removed the pains and regulated my kidneys."' Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Neff uses. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, , N. T. tractlng a great deal of interest. Mrs. Bernard McGarry Is at Anna polis, Nova Scotia, for a visit with relatives. Malcolm M. Willey Is pursuing a special line of study at Putnam High school before, again taking up his work at Clark college, following the aban donment of his studies, last; winter, on account of temporarily impaired health. The exemption board here continues to receive pressing appeals from young men for precedence over oth ers in being ordered out , for service at Camp Devans, Ayer. . Comfort Bags for Woodstock Men. Woodstock members of this district's contingent are to receive comfort bags from a generous woman of their home town. More pupils came to the public schools and registered Wednesday, their entrance, for .various reasons, being delayed from Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Meinken re turned from a visit In New York state. At Meeting of Norwich Colored Odd Fellows. . ; Local members of the Colored Or der of Odd Fellows were at Norwich to attend a meeting- of the lodge with which they are now -identified. For merly the headquarters of this lodge was in Danielson. Francis Tetreault, who has returned from Hayti to his home in Danielson, visited friends in' Putnam.. Mr. Te treault. who is eoing to Plattsburg. is a graduate of Putnam High school. NOANK Firemen to , Discontinue Weekly Dances Planning a Fair Silver Links Society Picnics at Golden Spur. The weekly dances which have been conducted tor the past two years by the Noank Fire company are to be discontinued. The company is plan ning a fair. Annual Picnic. . The Silver Link society went on its annual nicnic to the Golden Spur on Wednesday. Heard and Seen. Mrs. Adelaide Rathbun is visiting in Spring Hill. Mrs. William Waters has returned to her home in Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Everts have re turned to Brooklyn after a visit to Rockledge cottage. Miss Laura Durfee has been enter taining friends from Medway, Mass. Miss lorence Wilcox has gone to Brockton to teach this year. Mrs. Louis Antonio is ill at her home on Main street. Eustace Smith has returned to. New York after a visit here. Howard Hunter has returned to his home in Bridgeport. Angus MacQuarrie and EUhu Spicer of Newport have been visiting here. Freeman Rogers is visiting in feprlng Hill. Goes to- Michigan. Roswell Palmer has gone to Michi gan to purchase lumber for the Gro- ton Iron Works. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Cruttenden have returned to New Haven after a visit to Mrs. G. E. , Andrews , at Ram- ,bler cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Reeves .have been visiting at their old home on Long Island. Merrill Tryon and Gilbert Main are attending the vocational school in New London. Will Spend Winter in Bay State. Mrs. H. S. Mosher Is to go to Wey mouth, Mass., to spend the winter with a relative. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Singer. John Sin ger and Rodney Singer have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Line berry in MIddletown. H. D. Scott and H. W. Duell have been visiting in Glenville'. N. Y. Rev. and Mrs. McGee have gone to their' home in New Haven after the summer at Groton Long Point. Prof, and Mrs. E. H. Fitch have been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Weed of New Haven. The kind, style and size you "want for all .the f amHy, ; Good ' service and proper, fit. All these you find in our big store., . k Our Ladies' Boots are the. best to be had anywhere at the price, made of all leathers, suitable for the season and de sires of the wearer. PRICED FROM Q3.50 to H0.O For Men and Young Men we are showing the choice new shades in Mahoganjr Brown and Cherry colorings that are new and Very stylish. Also new lasts in Gun Metal Calf that are always' dressy. ,,. .., , . ... H0EC CCHOOLS SCHOOL DAYS Next Monday the small boy anckgirl start on the school . year J We are prepared to show you the largest and best lines of Boys' and Girls' School Shoes in the city at prices to suit your pocket book. , j., , TO FIND JUST WHAT YOU WANT GO TO Telephone 544 . 206 MAIN STREET Plainfield visitors on Monday. ! Frank E. Potter spent Wednesday with friends in Worcester.- Mrs. George Townley and son have been spending a few .days at Ocean Grove. . JEWETT CITY Those Who Attended Conference Ashland Team's Manager Arranges Fast GjQmes rGarden. Party' for Red Cross Benefit George Ritchie III. Those who attended the conference of churches from Jewett City were Rev. and Mrs. Albert Donnell. Deacon and Mrs. J. C. Hawkins. Mrs. G. A. Haskell, Mrs. E. A. Faust, Mrs. F. E. Robinson, Mrs. J. H. Tracy, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hiscox, Miss Clarissa Geer, W. R. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bur dick, Mrs. J. T Stewart, Mi3s Ida I. Foster, Mrs. R. H. Howard, G. W. Blake, Mrs. Elthea Comager, Miss M. Adelaide Burdick, Dr. Frank White, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whitman, Mrs. Herbert -Hurst. Home From Shore. Mrs. L. M. Carpenter and son Rus sell have returned to Jewett City af ter spending a week at Watch Hill and Pleasant View. Coming Ball Games. Another fast game is scheduled for thi3 week on Ashland park. The MiH bury. Mass., tearn will be visitors here Sunday. Millbury claims the semi pcQ championship of Massachusetts and promises to be one of the fastest teams seen here this season. Mana ger Carpenter is trying to arrange a game witJi the Mystic team on Ash land Park for Saturday but as yet the game is not a certainty. Next week Saturday Ashland plays at the .State Hospital In Norwich and next Sunday the Ship and Engine Co. team are visitors on Ashland park in the rubber game of the series be tween the two teams. The management of the Ashland ciub has not yet announced the pitch ers for the above games but promises that they will be the best obtainable. GARDEN PARTY ' New London, (Norwich) Line To New York Sirs. City of Lowell and Chester W. Chapin ' . ' ' , Leave New London daily.... 11.30 P. M. Due New York Pier 70 E. R.22 St 7.00 A. M. Due Pier 40 N. R. ft. Houston St 7.30 A. M. Comfortable Staterooms well ventilated can bo occupied at 7.00 P. M. Dining Room service la carto harG Norwich to rSew Vork 5 1 Applications for Staterooms and Tickets should be made to G. W. ADAMS, Ticket Agent N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., Norwich The New England Steamship Company AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN IN Being Planned by Ways and ' Means Committee for Red Cross Benefit. MOOSUP well in this girls' food saving army. Two prizes are to be given for the greatest amount of food saved over 60 pounds. The first prize, $5. is do nated by the Equal Franchise league of Danielson, and a second prize of $3, offered by Mrs. .Rienzl Robinson, chairman of the Home Economic committee. All of this work Is ar ranged under the direction of the Council of National Defence. Every girl who helps in saving food helps to feed the armies across the seas as well as the nations behind them. Girls who wish cards for enrollment may get them of Mrs. Robinson or at the high school. Residents Who Attend Norwich Fair All Star to Play Wauregan Team Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Main and daughters Eleanor. Arline and Marjor te and Miss Ethel Parkhurst motored to Atlantic Beach Labor Day. At Norwioh Fair Local people at Norwich Fair were, Mrs. Henry Cray, Miss Belle Cray, Miss Alta Dodge. Mrs. John Tucker man and daughted Gladys. Mr. and Mrs. William Heywood, Mr. Samuel Lewis. Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Adams, Mrs. Helen W. Adams, Mr. E. Dougles, Mr. Alfred Hill and Mr. George Stet son. Home From Automobile Outing Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dupius and fam ily returned Tuesday after' an ' auto mobile tour to New Bedford, Fall River, Taunton and Revere Beach. J. Carlos Caswell and daughter Cora from Norwich and Mrs. Fannie Cas well of Plainfield were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Parkhurst's the first of the week. To Play Wauregan The Moosup All-Stars are expecting to meet the fast Wauregan team on the Carpet grounds - Moosup, Saturday afternoon. Mr. Tracy Dixon of Millbury, Mass., visited at the home of J. C. Parkhurst Tuesday . ' I Miss Roy and Miss Rose LaRoche returned Wednesday afternoon, after, a few days visit in Boston. I Mr. and Mrs. James Parkhurst were K The ways and means committee of the local Red Cross chapter has plan ned a garden party Which will tie held "somewhere on Main street;" the place will be found by following the confetti trails which will lead from Post Office square and David Hale Fanning park. Those who are knitting for the sol diers are being asked to bring their work. There will also be sewing from the chapter room. The proceeds of the party are to be used for the purchase of new mater- ial for the Red Cross work. Owing to the scarcity of woolen yarn, there has been some delay in obtaining the material for the knitted articles asked for by- the Red Gross, but ase soon as the order is received, Mrs. Fred Condic will distribute the yarn to those who are willing to as sist the chapter In this way. Brevities. t Mr", and Mrs. Marcus Crowninshield of Jamaica, Vt., are guests of Mrs. Crowninshield's ajunt, Mr3. R. F. .Che ney. Mr. and Mrs. Nelbert Myott have had as guests their son, Erme Myott of j Boston, Miss Frances Colesworthy I ONE LOT OF ROOFING (ALMOST CLEAR ASPHALT) AT PRICE OF REGULAR GOODS. This roofing was made to order for exportation but owing, to lack of shipping facilities could not' be delivered. If in need of an extra good roofing at a low price call and examine this lot. You will see the best roofing you ever saw at price of regular gdbds. 1 ply, 108 square feet, per roll. $1.75 2 ply, 108 square feet, per roll $2.25 3 ply, 108 square feet, per roll $2.75 We have a good Roofing, Nails and Cement in roll at $1.25 for 1 ply, $1.50 for 2 ply, and $1.75 for 3 ply. BULLETIN BUILDING, 74 FRANKLIN STREET of Worcester and T. East Dedham. George Ritchie is fever at his home street. Miss Ethel Carpenter of Norwich was a guest at Mrs. H. K. Paul's on Wednesday. H. Robinson of lover present taxes. The high tax ad vocates failed to secure adoption or a single amendment. The vote on adoption of the finance committees draft was 7 j to 7. The seven were Bankhead,. Borah. Gronna, Johnson (California), Lafollette. Un derwood and Vardaman, ill with, scarlet on , Mathewson SENATE ENDS. FIGHT OVER WAR PROFITS TAXATION Adopted Compromise Provision for a Levy of $1,286,000,000. Washington. Sept. 5. The senate's bitter fight over .war .profits taxation virtually ended late todav w.ith adop tion of the finance "committee's com promise provision for a total, levy of S1.286.000JOOO or about one-third of this .year's war and normal excess profits. ' ' ' ' This Is an increase of $1,060,000,000 Slow' Finding Out. Gradually Germany is . becoming convinced that the United States of America is in the war. Washington Star. t - '- Derby. Mayor George P. Sullivan, who has been in Portland, Maine, in attendance at the supreme court of Foresters of America convention, has returned home. -. Mayor Sullivan, who has been a supreme officer for the past two seasons, was elevated to the sec ond highest office in the order at the meeting. UObBBtaBJaw alit !