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FAIR TODAY; FAIR" AND
. WARMER TOMORROW '
FULL ASSOCIATED
PRESS DESPATCHES
NORWICH, CONN, SEPTEMBER," 17, 1917.
What Ii Going On Tonight
"' Moving Pictures at the Breed The
atre. Moving: Pictures and Dancing at the
"Majestic Roof Garden.
Vaudeville and Moving- Pictures at
the Davis Theatre.
Norwich Rifle Club at the Armory.
.. - Uncas Lodge, No. 11, I. O. O. F.. in
Odd Fellows" hall.
Thames Union No. 137, TJ. B. of C.
and J. of A. in Carpenters' hall.
Norwich Aerie, No. 367, F. of E.. in
Eagles' hall.
Ladies' Auxiliary. Division No. 18. A.
O. H-, in Foresters' hall.
Sedgwick Camp, No. . S. of V., in
Buckingham Memorial.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
FALL OPENINGS ARE
SET FOR THIS WEEK
Dealers in Millinery, Women's and
- Children's Apparel Join in Move
" ment.
Through the co-operation of the
' Chamber of Commerce Norwich mer
chants dealing In millinery and wo
men's and children's apparel have ar
ranged to have their fall opening on
the same days, namely, Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday, Sept. 18, 19 and
""-Movements of this kind serve a
great public good. These seasonal
openings have a great interest for all
women' who desire to keep in touch
with the changing fashions and a
large number make it a point - to at-
- tend all the important openings. This
" often necessitates" several trips down
. town, as the practice, in the past, has
been for the various dealers to hold
their openings at whatever time best
- salted their own convenience.
In arranging for this joint opening
the merchans had in mind the con
venience of the shopping public. With
all the millinery and apparel shops
holding their openings on the same
days, it will be possible for every wo
man who desires to learn the ten-.
- dency of the fall fashions, to come
down town on any one of the three
days selected for the joint opening
and to visit all the openings that in
terest her in that one trip.
' It has been suggested that on this
evening the night preceding fall open
ing days, that the several stores would,
have the . opening window dis
plays ready! so that the curtain could
: bo raised at close of business at 6
o'clock. 5"T:is idea will undoubtedly
prevail, and it is expected that a great
many people will- take advantage of
the opportunity to get the first glimpse
of the fall styles this evening.
AUDITORIUM.
Ethel Clayton in The Stolen Paradise,
Feature Today and Tuesday at the
' Auditorium Universal Weekly and
Comedy Complete the Programme
Country Store Tuesday.
Ethel Clayton in "Stolen Paradise,"
with Edward Langford and an all
star cast will be the feature pho
toplay today and Tuesday at the
Auditorium. , "Stolen Paradise" Is the
-title of one of the most fascinating
oreenngs ever screened and with the
charming Ethel Clayton in the stellar
role tnis splendid ney World-Picture
will be one of the hits of the season.
It is a comedy of manners, of wit and
youth and love. It is thorouerhlv
pleasing and delightfully entertaining
mmi start to flnsh. Ethel Clayton
in- simply splendid in this attraction.
See it. Gale Henry in The Twitching
Hour, a burlesque on the "Witching
"our ana tne latest war news in the
Universal Weekly completes the pro
gramme. This week the management will of
fer'a series of special features. Tues
day night will be country store night,
a number of valuable presents will be
given away. -Thursday night a cake
walk contest will be held. Friday
night will be amateur night. Coming
soon, The Gray Ghost.
BREED THEATRE.
"The Barrier," a Seven Reel Photo
drama of Rex Beach's Famous Nov
el, Feature For Today, Tuesday and
Wednesday Matinees at 2.30, Ev
enings at 6.45 and 8.
Today, Tuesday and Wednesday the
Breed will present a picturlzation of
Rex Beach's famous novel, "The Bar
rier." Rex Bench is deservedly one of
the mofi popular authors America has
presented to the world of romantic
types. Tho sale of Mr. Beach's books
runs into hundreds of thousands, and
their popularitv- jg increasing: constant
ly. "The Barrier." the most dramatic
and thrilling of them all, was one of
the "best sellers," and heads the list
or nctlon most called for .in rublic li
braries. It is peculiarly adapted to
the motion picture. It's scene is laid
amonsr surroundings of unusual beau
ty and grandeur, and the powerful sit
uations of the storv fairly tumble over
each other from the first Incident to
the final climax. The principal char
acters in The Barrier are, as Mr.
Beach announced when the book was
first published, taken from life men
and women whom the author met In
his five years' experience in Alaska.
Hence IVs assistance in the selection
of the cast, as well as his supervision
of the production of the picture, in
sures its accuracy of interpretation
and adfl? greatly to its interest.
Pearl White will also be seen In
"The Fatal Ring," and the Pathe
weekly completes the bill. Matinee at
2.30, all seats 10 cents. Evening at
S.45 and 8.30. all seats 15 cents. Chil
3ren at matinees 5 cents, evenings 10
lents.
DAVIS THEATRE.
Keith Vaudeville and Triangle Fea
ture Photo Plaps Three Shows
Daily, at 2.15, 6.45 and 8.45.
for the first three days of this
week the management of the Davis
tnnounce another bill of Keith top
lotch vaudeville acts and Triangle
lupreme reature protoplav nroduc
Sons. The special attraction on the
iH is the Duffin Redcay Troupe, four
unietes in a sensational comedy
:astmg act. xms troupe is considered
ine- of the best in vaudeville today
md you will want to see them. Eu
renie Le Blanc is a clever eccentric
jomeoienne who can make good ev-
iry time; her songs and wardrobe are
is goon as the Dest of them. Quigley
tnd Fitzgerald are the third act and
s a team of versatile comedians they
ire hard to equal. Both have been
n the road in big shows and are well
rjiown all over the country. In the
thotoplays the feature Is Louise
llaum. the famous Triangle screen
Iren in Golden Rule Kate, a five part
tory of a cowgirl who cleaned up a
res tern town single handed. This is
. different- production than Miss
IVaum Is usually seen in and is full
f .action. To complete the programme
here Is a funny komei? called A Ho-
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
C AS T O R I A
LEGAL NOTICES.
TOWN MEETING
The legal voters of the 'Town of
Preston are hereby warned to meet in
town meeting at the Town House on
Saturday, Sept. 22, 1917, at 2 o'clock
P. m., to act upon the following mat
ters, vis:
The reports of the Selectmen, Town
Treasurer; Collector of Town Taxes,
Town School Committee and Health
Officer. .
To provide "for the care of the high
ways for the ensuing year.
To vote upon the abatement of cer
tain town taxes,
To lay a tax for the ensuing year.
To vote upon compensation of town
officers,
To vote to authorize the selectmen
to borrow money to pay the current
expenses of the town for the ensuing
year,
To vote a bounty upon foxes killed
within the limits of the town,
To act upon the discontinuing of
certain town highways.
To consider the advisability of pur
chasing a road scraper.
To act upon the matter of delinquent
taxes due the town from, the Norwich
Compressed Air Power Co.,
To act upon a resolution to be of
fered in relation to the building of a
section of state road. '
Dated at Preston, Conn., Sept. 17,
1917.
ARTHUR C. SMITH.
WARREN T. WHITMAESH,
THOMAS McCLIMON.
Selectmen.
NOTICE
AH persons liable to pay taxes in
the City of .Norwich are hereby noti
fled that I have a warrant to levy and
collect a tax of thirteen (13) mills on
the dollar on the City List of 1917,
made from the Town List of 1916, pay
able October 10, 1917, and notice is
hereby given that assessments to cov
er the cost of oillner or sprinkling
streets in the year 1916, are includes
in the rate bill, and are payable at the
time of the collection of said tax; and
for the purpose of collecting said tax
and said assessments I will be at the
Collector's Office daily from 9 a. m. to
12:30 p. m., and from 2 to 5 p. m., until
November 10, 1917, except the follow
lng days!
Tuesday, Oct. ' 16. I will be at the
store of Edward McNamara,- 159 Sa
chem St Fails, from 12 m. to 1 p. m.
Wednesday, Oct. 17, I will be at the
drug store of John A. Morgan, Green
ville, from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Thursday, Oct. 18, I will be at the
drug store , of George M. Rathbone,
West Side, from 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.
PrMa. Oct 1S T will he at fh tnre
lof John G. Potter & Sons,. East Side,
from 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.
Legal fees and? additions will be
made to those who neglect this no
tice.
THOMAS M. ROBINSON, Collector.
Norwich, Conn., Sept 17, 1917.
NOTICE
Lower Broadway will be closed to
the driving public until further notice,
beginning Monday, September 17th.
GEORGE E. FELLOWS,
Street Commissioner.
AT A COUItT OF" PROBATE HKI.I1
at North Stonington within and for the
District of North Stonington on the
14th day of Sept.. 1917.
Present. CHARLES C. GRAT, Judge.
Estate of Martin O. Chapman late of
North Stonington in said district, de
ceased. The Administratrix having made
written application to said Court, in
accordance with the statute, for an
order of sale of the whole or part of
the real estate described therein, it is
ordered that said application be heard
at the Probate Office in North Ston-
Insrton on the 21st dav of Sent. 1917.
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon; and that
notice thereof be "Iven by inserting a
copy of this order in the Norwich Bul
letin, a newspaper having-a circulation
in said District, and that return be
made to this Court.
Attest: CHARLES C. GRAT. Judge.
tel DIsfrace? Don't miss seeing this
show.
Bargain matinee daily at 2.15. Prices
10 and 15 cents. Special musical pro-
ramme by an augmeted concert or
chestra.
Brooklyn Fair.
The Brooklyn Fair comes this week.
Tuesday, the 18th, is entry day and
Wednesday and Thursday the "big"
days.
A feature of great educational value
is that conducted by the Committee
of Food Supply of the State Council of
Defense, the Cnmrnittee nn Sanitation !
and Medicine, the Committee on Fn
r.ance, the Committee on Man Power
and Labor, .the Committee on Indus
trial survey, committee on .Publicity
(all of the State Council of Defense) ;
the ' Connecticut Agricultural College
and the Connecticut Agricultural Ex
periment Station.
A dairy exhibit will be devoted to
war rations and methods of feeding
cows. Demonstrations; will also be con
ducted on the alue of daily records in
the selection of dairy cows.
There will be a soils and crops ex
hibit, devoted to the need for growing
more corn and small grains, such as
rye and - wheat, showing how they can
be grown to advantage at the present
time and under what conditions. Space
will also be devoted to the- various
leguminous crops.
There will be a poultry exhibit. A
very interesting part of this bill will be
daily demonstrations in non-producing
from producing hens. War rations for
poultry will also be set forth.
There will be a swine exhibit con
taining models of modern Bwine pas
tures, feeders, houses, etc
Outside of the tent there will be ta
bles at which attendants will always
be stationed to answer questions of all
kinds. Requests for- information will
be taken and referred to the various
proper departments of the college or to
the various committees of the state
council of defense.
Another feature of special interest at
this time is the premiums to be offer
ed or exhibits of vegetables and fruits
by the boys and girls of Windham
county.
The German Prospect.
. A number of German officers have
been captured recently, and they are
unanimous in their fear that the war
has been lost to Germany. They
would be glad to have peace without
annexation or Indemnity, and the
financial condition of their country
makes them deeply fearful. They
say that the Interest charges alone
reaches 10,000,000,000 marks a year.
or about $4,000,000,000. National Tri
bune.
The Level Reached. .
The Kaiser's reputation for verac
ity is getting to the level of the man
who was such a liar that he had to
get another man to call his hogs
when ho wanted to feed them. Na
tional Tribune..
M. Fainleve has telegraphed to the
Italian minister of war -the congratu
lations of the French army 'on the ex
ploits of their Italian brothers in arms
on the Isonzo front."
LOST AND FOUND
LOST One kit of automobile tools
for Cadillac: reward. Return to Ii M.
Young. Thayer Building. sept-17d4
LOST On Willimatftie car out , of
Taftvllle, Tuesday evening: at 9:12; a
purse containing money. Reward M
returned. Box 86, Baltic. Septl7d
W..NTED
MEN WANTED
Bleachery
Department
For day and night
work. Extra pay for
night work. Apply
at once.
Versailles
Sanitary Fibre Mills
VERSAILLES, CONN.
WANTED AT ONCE
Draftsmen and Tracers. Apply to
Hopkins and Allen Arms Co.
Employment Office.
WANTED
Bookkeeper, maim over 30 years
of
age,
experienced In cost acconntlngr;
must be quick and accurate.
State here and experience and alary-
wanted. Address
Care BULLETIN.
WANTED
25 Toolmakers, 10 All-around Machine
Hands (must be first-class), 7 General
Housework Girls, 1 Cook, 30 Weavers,
8 . Spinners, 4 Farm Hands. 10 Boys.
FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Central Bldo Geo. i Chesbro, Mgr.
FOR 8ALE
FOR SALE
THREE FAMILY HOUSE
with good yard
No. 14 Orchard Street
Price $2,750
' Must be sold to close
an Estate
Apply to
JAMES L. CASE,
37 SHETUCKET STREET
FOR SALE
Three Story Brick Block with 4
Stores and 2 Eight Room Flats on
Thames Street; also coal property
owned by A. L. Potter V Co., with
160 feet on Thames River, must be
sold to close estate.
FRANCIS D. DONOHUE
, Phones
Central BIdg. Norwich
Masons' Building Materials
OF ALL KINDS
For Sale by
The Peck-McWillims Co.
LEGAL NOTICES.
AT A COURT OF PROBATE HELD
at Lebanon within and for the District
or ieoanon on tne urn day or Sept.,
1917.
Present, ALBERT G, KKBELATsTCD,
Judge.
Estate of Nathaniel C Barker at nt
Lieoanon in said District, deceased.
Karl F. Bishop of Lebanon. Adminis
trator.
Ordered That six months from the
date hereof 'be. and the same are 11m
Ited and allowed for the creditors to
Dring in tneir claims against said es
tate, anil the Admlnixtrfltor H1rMt.H n
give public 'notice .to the creditors of
said estate to Bring in their claims
within said time allowed, by posting a
copy of this order on the public sign
post nearest the place where the de
ceased last dwelt, within the sam
Town, and by publishing the same once
in some newspaper naving a circula
tion in said Probate District, and re
turn make to this Court of the notice
given.
Attest: ALBERT G. KJTEELAND, -
Judge.
DISTRICT OF CANTERBURY, n,
rftmaie ujuri, sept, lam, isi(. ,
Estate of Vincenc Sane late of Can
terbury in said District, deceased.
The Executrix having exhibited her
final administration account with said
estate to this Court for allowance it
Ordered That the 22nd day of Sept.,
A. D 1917, at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon, at the Probate office in Canter
bury be and the same is assigned for
a hearing on the allowance of said ad
ministration account, and this Court
directs the Executrix to cite all per
sons Interested therein to' apear at said
time and place, by publishing this or
der once in some newspaper having a
circulation in said District and bv
posting a copy on the public sign-post
in the Town of Canterbury nearest to
where the deceased last dwelt, at least
five days before said time assigned.
A HALE BENNETT, Judge.
The above and foregoing Is & true
copy of record.
A. HALE BENETT. Judre.
WANTED
WASTED-"Barber
House Barber Shop.
at
Wauregan
ept!7d
WANTED Stenographers ..for... state
service. Tests held October 6, ' 1917,
Capitol. Hartford. Chance also for
appointment at Washington. Send for
information circular and application.
State Civil Service Commission. Capi
tol, Hartford, ConiK sept!7d.
WANTED Japanese cook and gen
eral bouseworker for a few men in
the country. Address Fred F. Norman
care Wauregan hotel.
aept!7d
WANTED Industrial quarry ..tracks
relays; also air compressors. Write
fully. Connecticut Silica Corp.. care
Wauregan hotel. sept!7d.
WANTED Gas engine, 50 h. p.. sec
ond hand. Write full particulars and
price Connecticut Silica Corp., care
Wauregan hotel. sept!7d
WANTED A pair of andirons. If
you have some to sell write Box 12,
Bulletin. septlTd
WASTED Good family horse; must
be safe for lady to drive. W. S. Case,
129 West Town St. septl7d
WASTED A m&ld for general
housework. Apply at 15 Broad St. .
septlTd
WANTED Lfethe, milling .machine,
horizontal boring mill hands, Jones &
Lamson operators, etc.; used to ma
chine tool work. Permanent Jobs; 40
cents, to 50 cents per hour. We are
operating an open- shop and guarantee
permanent positions to men who are
qualified. There is a strike on, but we
assure nn trouble. Baush Machine Tool
Company, Springfield, Mars. . septl7d
WANTED A fewbright girls, 18 to
30 years of age, for clean work; no
experience necessary; good pay to
start. Apply West Side Silk Mill..
sepl5d .
WANTED A young man who under
stands running Hemming Brothers'
grinder and glazing machines. Address
Manufacturer, care Bulletin. sepl5d
WANTED Toung men over 16 years
for mechanical work; steady employ
ment. The Chelsea File Works, Inc., at
the Falls. seplGd
WANTED At once, members for club
for sponging and pressing four suits a
month for $1.50. Lazarow Bros., oppo
site Franklin St. Park. seplad
WANTED WaodchoDDers.
Apply to
Draw-
A. I, Stoddard. Poauetanuck
bridge. sepl5d
WANTED A. boy to work in drug
store. Inquire at Bulletin Office,
seplad
WANTED Ladies' plush coats to be
steamed; price $1.50. Lazarow Bros.,
oppo. Franklin St. Park, City. sepl5d
WANTED Asred persons or invalid
to board and care for; good care; good
home with American people. Address
Home, care Bulletin, or Phone S79-3.
seplad
WANTED A first class experienced
tinsmith. Apply George Uespathy,
Moosup, Conn. sepiod
WANTED Position by experienced
woman as companion, housekeeper or
practical nurse; understands massage,
halrdressing, etc. 81 Cedar St City.
sepiod
WANTED 100 women to save more
than one half on their fall hats. San
prices for millinery at The Pasnik Co.
Norwich. , . seplujuws
WE BUY and sell tools, furniture.
tamos, false teeth, antiaues or any
thintr else: old books especially want
ed. Write or call. Louis . Ward. 32
Water St. mar24MWS
WANTED Second hand open or to
bua-v in crood condition. Georsre I
Brlge-s. Yantic. Phone Lebanon- 28-4
sepl4d
WANTED Position as stenographer
or bookkeeper by a girl of 17 ; compe
tent. Write Box 29, care Bulletin Co.
sepua
FOR THE SAKE of your pocketbook.
if you think of a dress or a coat, think
of The pasnik Co.. opposite Wool
worth's and 10c store, Norwich.
seplOMWS
WANTED By younfc man, a position
In store; willinsr to work. Address
Store' Bulletin Office. sepl4d
WANTED A Kirl for general house
work. Apply to Mrs. Oswald C. Street,
Broad St.. uanieison. Tel. sepiid
WANTED Second hand for "'eight
pair of cotton mules. Apply to John
whitehead, care of Quidnick-Wlndham
Manufacturing Co.. Willimanuc. conn.
sepi3d
WANTiD Machinists in nearbv city
good wages, and opportunity to learn
tool and die wora; gooa wcrKing con
ditions; no labor troubles. Address S,
& Co., care The Bulletin. seplSd
WANTED You to know that I make
sDecialtv of all real estate sales,
farms, with stock and business of all
kinds. S. Green. Versailles. Phone
617-2. sepl3d
WANTED Everybody to tear and
sew their rags: don't sell your rags for
little or nothing; send tnem to me ana
see what beautiiui rugs l can mane
for vou. Write R. W. McClure. Nor
wioh, R. F. D. No. 6. or Phone 1873-5,
sepl3d
WOMEN who know values should see
the prettv velvet ladies shapes In all
colors at 97c. The Pasnik Co.. opposite
vvooiwortns o and luc store, norwicu,
Conn. seplOMWS
WANTED Boy or man on a small
farm; good home. Call at 17 Hill St.
seplld
WANTED The public to know that
my cider mill will run Saturday after
noons during septemDer; open tor tne
season Monday. Oct. 1; price 2 cents
per gallon. W. D. Thacher, 43 Tanner
St., Norwich Town, Conn. sep8d
- SPECIAL made boxes. hold four
packs of cigarettes, at 40c up ready to
mail to the soldier; if you cannot come
to our store, send . us a money order
or stamps, allowing 5c for mailing; we
will send what you desire; if you don't
know any soldiers, we do; send us an
order anyway. Pagan's Smoke Shop.
sepod
WANTED Old false teeth; doesn't
matter if broken; I pay S2 to $15 per
set; send by parcel post and receive
checK bv return man. - L. Mazer, 2007
S. Fifth St., Philadelphia. Pa. sep5d
WANTED A first class barber, at
once. Apply to A. T. Richard, 15 East
Him St.. Mystic.- jt. augzsa
WANTED A coniDetent cook. Ao
ply at the home of F. B. Rlcketson,
xattviue augzid
WANTEDSecond hand and antique
furniture of all kinds: get our prices
peiore you sen. A. tsrucKner. 55 rranK
lin St. Tel. .717-3. may3d
WANTED
YOUNG MEN WANTED
FOR
FINISHING DEPARTMENT
FOR DAY AND
NIGHT WORK
EXTRA PAY FOR NIGHT
WORK
Apply
Sanitary Fibre Mills
VERSAILLES, CONN.
WILLIAM YOUNG, R.Nm
Massage and General Nursing. Night
or day calls. ; 38 Hickory St, Norwich:
THERB la' na kflvarnmnr m f mm In
Eastern Connecticut equal to The Bul
letin for business results. . -.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE Bight Philo chicken
coops; will house 40' hens: must be
sold. Inquire at Bulletin Office.
. septl7d. ... - - - '
FOR SALE One registered Jersev
bull 15 months old. John Iodd, Nor
wich, Conn. septl7d. -
FOR SALE A Fairbanks 7 ' H. P.
gasoline enirine in good order; also a
30-inch split pulley and 55 feet of end
less rubber belt. Tel. 1203-2. septlTd
FOR SALE Ford touring car, fully
equipped. Inquire 271 Washington St.
i sepl2WFM
FOR BALE Safe; good condition,
price . reasonable ; outside dimensions,
45x33x29. Address Safe, care Bulletin.
septlod -
FOR SALE Guernsey bull calf, 11
months old; his dam was sired by a
full brother of Missy of the Glen; see
this bull and his sire at the Brooklyn
fair. Harry P. Chesbro, Hampton,
Conn, sepl5d
FOR SALE One registered Jersey
bull. 15 months old. jonn uoaa. .Nor
wich, Conn. ' - . seplad
FOR SALE One pair Ayrshire"
steers, coming 3 years old, partly
broken. Tel. 1046-12. sealed
FOR SALE -Saloon and two houses
doing good business; good reasons for
selling cneap; owner urariea. veu
tral Ave., City,, Tel. 73a-a. sepl3d
FOR SALE Paying electric business
estaDiism-a zu years- must sen at once;
sickness. Address E. T., care Bulletin.
sepl3d j
FOR SALE Eighteen passenger auto,
'bus windows slide down in side of
body; cjndition guaranteed, make of
fer. The E. A. Perkins Electric Co.,
Torrington, Conn. spl3d
FOR SALE Four work horses. Call
1484 after 6 p. m. seplSd
FOR SALE Millinery store; one of
the best locations in the city; good
reasons for selling. Tel. 241-5, Willi
mantlc Dlv. sepl2d
FOR SALE Overland delivery car,
cheap. In fine shape. N. E. Hamilton,
R. F. D. No. 7, Norwich. sepl2d
FOR KALE Thoroughbred
pigs. Pnone 1861-13.
O. I. C.
sep8d
FOR SALE 1915 Ford auto, Oliver
typewriter, oak desk. Phone 439.
sep6d "
FOR SALE 25 ft. motor boat, cheap.
Inquire 44 Washington Su. City.
aep6d .
FOR SALE Hay, near Baltic. Tele
phone 23-5. Lebanon Dlv. sepld
FOR SALE: Seven passenger touring.
car, in nne snape, izzo. ti. J. waiKer,
Storrs, Conn. Telephone J39-23.
aug30d
FOR SALE: Ford roadster, repainted
and -overhauled. Frisbie-McCormick
Co., 52 Shetucket St. auglod
FCR SALE Maxwell roadster. 1916
model, first class condition, good tires.
01 extra. The Frisbie-McCormick Co.,
52 Shetucket St. augl5d
FOR SALE Chevrolet touring, E. M.
F Reo two ton truck, overhauled,
new tires and- In pertect condition, and
many other -bargains. The Frisbie-McCormick
Co,. 52 Shetucket St. augl5d
FOR SALE A cottage, seven rooms,
electric lights, running w.ter, bath
room, five minutes' walk fnm trolley,
church and school, near Uncasvllle. In
quire Dan D. Home, Montville. Phone
1076-5. aug27d
FOR SALE Reo touring, 1915 model,
price very attractive. The Frisbie-McCormick
Co., 52 Shetucket St. auglod
FOR SALE
' Six. room cottage with buttery ' and
one acre of land. Fine location. Cars
pass by door. Outside of city limits.
Will be sold reasonable but must be
disposed of at once.
A. M. AVERY '
Tel. 1122-2 52 Broadway
FOR SALE
The very lucrative business of Wal
ter P. Moranrconsisting principally of
electric machinery, tools and equipment
complete, together with the agency of
th Willard Storage Batteries, etc. No
money would buy this business, only the
o,vner is called to serve his country
and is willing at this time to make the
sacrifice. A great opportunity for the
right man.
For further particulars, inquire of
JOHN A. MORAX
Real Estate Broker,
Frank lis Square, Norwich.
Broadway Property For Sale
AT A SACRIFICE
Beautifully situated In one of the fin
est residence sections Vof Norwich.
House has 17 rooms and 'bath; excep
tionally large verandas. Well built
stable with space for several motor
cars; large lot. Ideal for high grade
rooming house, being close to business
section of city. Owner leaving Nor
wich will sell at a sacrifice. Further
particulars from
ARCHAW.COIT
Telephone 1334 63 Broadway
FOR SAIE
Four Work Horses
CHEAP
JOHN H. FORD,
Ice Dealer, 233 Main Street
What $1,000
WILL BUY
A aeven room cottage in good repair,
barn 24 x 30; crib, 12 x 16; hennery,
8 x 12; wood shed and wagon house.
1. horse, a few hens, lumber' wagon, all
farming tools, all crops, including ev
erything for the garden. FIFTY
ACRES OF LAND. Several acres till
able, abundance . of wood and some
fruit- Immediate possession. Investi
gate. 8end for Wilcox' Farm Bulle
tin. .Choice of 400.
VOTLLIAM A- WILCOX
Farm Specialist,
Westerly. R. I. Tel. 2365
FOR SALE
A very choice Seven Room Cottage on
Williams Street with modern improve
ments. Price reasonable.. Will make
some one a very desirable home. For
further particulars inquire of JOHN A.
MOHAN, Real Estate Broker, franklin
Square, Norwich.
WDSlt TOVT WANT to. out your bus
iness before the oublic. tnere is no
medium better than tnrough the ad-
vertislnar column of The Bulletin.
TO RENT
TO RENT Five room flat with bath,
corner 1 names Terrace and Cahoon
street. septlTd
TO RENT A rooming house, 14
rooms, uniurnished, 3S Union St., steam
heat, electric iignts, gas, garden, shed
and fruit trees. Inquire City Lunch,
14 Broadway. seplad
TO RENT-Flat at 116 Broadway,
with all modern conveniences, includ
ing heat. Call C. A. Gager, 70 Frank
lin St. sep!4d
TO RENT- Five room tenement. 17
Spruce t. Apply to N. Eugene Smitn,
9o Main St. t sep!3d
TO RENT Light housekeeping
rooms; also two lurnished rooms;
steam heat, gas and electricity. 44
UnionSt.Tel. JS34-12. sepl3d
TO RENT Furnished rooms; also
rooms for light housekeeping. -106
School St. Tel. 1048-8. seplld
TO R NT Cottage
residence. Main
of la.tu F. A.
St., Central Village,
Carey; nine rooms, running water. Ap
ply to Airs. F. W. 'lining nast, Central
Vil.'age. sepua
TO RENT Centrally located -six-room
flat, modern .improvements. Ap
ply at 122 Broadway. . sep7d
TO RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. 82 Washington St.
Phone 2 it. ffK7"
TO REN'' Bp sement tenement at 56
School tit- Inquire at Bulletin Office.
Jy30d
FURNISHED Rooms, The Marguerite,
cool, clean, pleasant rooms. No. i North
Main St. Jy9d
TO RENT Rooms fo- light house
keeping. 27Dlvision St. Jy4d
TO 'RENT Neatly furnished room,
also room for light housekeeping. Mrs.
May Keiley. 7 North High St! jeld
Kl'rtNIsU 0 rooms j reasonable
rates; suitable for light housekeeping.
Mrs. Emma Morse. 18 Union St. Jy2ad
. FOR RENT
Three 6-room Apartments
$20.00 EACH
JAMES L. CASE
37 Shetucket Street
FOR RENT
1
House of ten rooms at No. 54 Wash
ton Street, All conveniences and
Steam Heat.
Inquire of ISAAC S. JONES,
Insurance and Real Estate Agent,
Richa.-ds Building, 91 Main Street
SIX ROOM
APARTMENTS
All modern conveniences and faultless
bath equipment. In fine residence
section, near school and electrics;
rental $20 per month.
Can sell you a fine new two-family
house at an attractive price.
Exceptionally fine house lots at reas
onable prices; terms to suit.
The Norwich Housing Co.
ARCHA W. COIT. Agent
Telephone 1334 63 Broadway
Fob tHentt
Tbe bnildinar now occupied by The
Plaat-Cadden Co.. 144-140 Mala) St.
Inquire of
THE PLAXJT-CADDEN CO.
STORE TO RENT
About 20 to 25 feet, at 63 Franklin
Street, suitable for almost any kind of
business, at a reasonable price. In
qu're at Bulletin Office.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE
No. 70 Willlsma St.. splendid
modern home. In best residential
section: all conveniences, large
level corner lot; price reasonable
and easy terms If desir.d.
Inquire of
TH0S. H. BECKLEY
278 Main Street Phone 724
- . 68
FOR SAI.B..
Cottage Houses, Tenement and Busi
ness Blocks, Building Lots, all In de
sirable locations. List your property if
you care to sell or rerc, as I have a
number of people looking for real es
tate investments.
WILLIAM F. HILL,
Real Estate aad Inaaraace.
Room 103. Tbarer Bldg.
Furnished Seashore
Cottages
For Sale or Rent
at Watch Hill, Weekapaug.. Pleasant
View, and along the Rhode Island
shore; also accessible Seashore Farms.
8end for booklet.
FRANK W. COY
WESTERLY. R. I.
FARM? FOR EXCHANGE.
Two excellent farms; can trade either
for city property of equal value; one
27 acres, state road,, near city, modern
buildings; also ISO acre stock farm
with tools snd equipment, fine build
ings, keeps 60 head. If interested, write
or telephone
TRITON'S AGENCY,
Je30d WUMmaattc. Ct,
SALE HORSES
I bave 20 Horses that I want to
dispose of right away. Nine of them
are big work horses nie balance will
weigh from 900 to 1200 lbs. Oomt and
see them.
ELMER R. PIERSOX.
Tel. 66-8. mayl4d
E. A. PRENTICE
Real Estate "and Insurance
TITLES SEARCHED AND SATIS
FACTION GIVEN
Phone 300 86 Cliff Street
BYRON A. WIGHTMAN
Piano Tuner
Phone 595-3
3 Fair-mount Street
POETRY
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Get a transfer.
If you're inclined to fret and pine,
Get a transfer.
Get off the track of JX-ubt and Gloom,
Get . on the Sunshine Train. There's
room, '
Get a transfer.
If you are on the Worry Train,
Get a transfer.
You must not stay there and complain.
Get a transfer.
The Cheerful Cars are passing through.
And there's lot of room for you.-
Get a transfer. : ,
If you are on the Grouchy Track,
Just take a Happv Special back.
Get a transfer.
Jump on the train and pull the rope
That lands you at the station, Hope,
Get a transfer.
Anonymous.
THE LAW OF I-OVE.
"Lo, and I say to thee."
Mv creed salth to me,
"Love ever go with thee, jt
Love be the heart of thee, .
Mind of thee, soul of thee. -r
Love is p. king of kingrt
Love is a law of laws.
Lo. thou shalt know it so, '
When thou with Truth hast flown
XTnto tne height of things.
Unto the depth of things,
Into the heart of thinsrs.
Out to the breadth of things
Then thou shalt know."
Vernon A. Vrooman In August Iffauti
lus. HUMOR OF THE DAY
"I couldn't serve as juror. Judge;
one look at that fellow convinces me
he is guilty."
"Sh'h that's the attorney for the
ttate." Passing Show.
Doctor H'm, have you ever been re
jected before?
The Don Juan (undergoing re-exam-ination?
Oh, yessir. Little affairs
of the heart, y'know. London Opinion'.
"Johnny," said the pretty teacher
"what is a kiss?"'
"I can't exactly put in words," re
turned the boy; "but if yer really
wanter know I can show yer." Pear
son's Weekly..
"A woman Is never satisfied,"
growled the bachelor.
"That's right," agreed the mar
ried man. "A woman's crowning
glory is her hair, and then she wants
a hat to cover it." 'Life.
Rupert What did you do with the
cuffs I left on the table last night?
Roland They were so soiled I sent
them to the laundry.
Rupert Ye Gods, the entire history
of England was on them. Widow.
'Hubby, the maid has gone and
she took my diamond tiara.
"Well, I don't like notori
atoriety. Lei
it go."
"She tlso took a peck dT potatoes."
"Send for the police!" Kansas City
Journal.
"There goes a man who thinks in
terms of millions."
"He doesn't look to me like a great
financier. In fact, I would take him
to be some kind of scientist."
"Correct. He's a germ expert".
Birmingham Age-Herald. ,
"Mrs. Smith has telephoned si
times now about' that leak," offered
the office boy..
"Give It a chance, son." said the
plumber. "In a couple of days that
leak will be worth twice as much."
Richmond Times-Dispatch.
"Are you not ashamed to use poi
soned arrows?"
'"I'm doing the best I can in my
limited way," whimpered the savage.
"Of course poisoned arrows only get
'em one at a time. But we lack the
mechanical facilities for wholesale
operations with U-boats." Washing
ton Star.
THE KALEIDOSCOPE
Admiral Koltchak's sword of honor,
which Ju threw into the Black sea
when the mutineers at Sebastopol en
deavored to disarm him, ha$ been re
covered by divers.
Colonel Leroy Lewis, military at
tache to the British embassy in Paris,
has been given the Croix de Guerre
with palm for his "eminent services
rendered to the allies."
A Are broke out on Saturday In a
Jam factory . at Moldoen. Norway,
spread to an electrical works, a hotel
and two bakers' shops, all of which
were, destroyed. The damage Is, esti
mated at over $250,000.
At thu Pare des Princes Velodrome
the American cyclist Walthour fell as
the result of the bursting of a tire.
The base of his skull was fractured
and he was conveyed to the hospital in
a very eerious condition.
Bulgarian deserters who have re
cently come in state that the insur
rectionary movement in Serbia ha
spread rot only to the Moravia reglo .
but also to certain districts of Mace
donia and even to those of Old Bul
garia. A Pa.-Is correspondent says that
the governor of the prison at Fresnes,
where Almeyreda, the editor of th
Bcmnet Rouge, was found dead, ana
the war-Iers concerned have been re
moved from their posts. Further ac
tion Is perhaps possible.
M. Zalmls. the governor of the
Greek National bank, has, it is report
ed, decided to resign as the result of
the recent revelations in the chamber
and it is probable that the government
will appeal to British financiers to re
organize the bank.
According to the Prague Journal
Czech, the Austrian military authori
ties, after confiscating the church bells,
are now contemplating the removal of
tin pips j from church organs in a
number of places In September In or
der to use the metal for making mu
nitions. Rumors regarding imminent changes
in the supreme command of the Rus
sian army, says the Retch, are entire
ly devoid of founlatim. General Kor
niloff enjoys the full confidence of the
government, which does not object to
his measures to increase the fighting
capacity of the troops.
Mr. Holman, premier of New South
Wales, nae received news from Sydney
that the strike committee nad failed to
extend the strike. The railway and
tramway posi'.ion Is excellent, a large
amount "f volunteer labor being avail
able. Tie government is handling
marine cargo on a large scale, and it
hopes to produce a substantial supply
of coal at an early date.
The Calogne Gazette understands
that the report that the fcukunft has
been allowed to be pjblished is incor
rect. Herr Harden has sent a state
ment to the Berlin press to the effect
that the prohibition of the Xukunft will
be maintained probably until the end
of the war.
Marguerite Zell. - the dancer known
by the name of "Mataharl," who claim
ed to be of Dutch nationality, artd
Gustave Michelson, an ex-officer, both
of whom were recently condemned to
death for espionage, have had their
appeal rejected by the French military

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