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, TODAY AND .TOMORROW " '"l PRESS DESPATCHES . NORWICH. CONN, TUESDAY, OCT. 2, 1917. : r' " ' ' ' What I Going On ionight Moving Ficturea at the Auditorium. Moving Pictures at the Breed The atre. Vaudeville and Moving Pictures at . the Davis Theatre. Shetucket Lodge. No. 27. I. O. O. F., - meets in Odd Fellows' Hall. Norwich Xest. No. 1306. O. O. O.. meets in Owls" Hall. Wauregan Ledge. No. 6. K. of P., meets in Pythian Hall. Slater Lodge, No. 509. N. E. O. P.. meets in Bill Block. Central Labor Union meets in Uniom Hall. St. James' Lodge. No. 23. F. and A. M.. meets In Masonic Temple. Thames Lodge. No. 32S, N. E. O. P., meets in Foresters' Hall. Rose of New England Lodge. No. 5364, G. U. O. of O. F.. meets at 80 West Main Street. St. Mary's T. A. and B. Society meets in T. A, B. Building. - Stone Masons' Union meets in Car-, renters' Hall. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Woman's T. M. C. A. auxiliary will open its meetings for the season Tuesday afternoon, October 2, at 3 .o'clock, at the home of the president, Sirs. Allyn L. Brown, 262 Broadway. A large attendance of members is de sired. SLATER HALL CONCERTS. Fine Concert Series Arouses Great In-r terest. The plan of securing the musical . series in Slater hall of the following celebrated artists by advance sub scriptions has been received with great . enthusiasm and approval by the mu- .' Bic-lovinsr people. Many subscriptions have been re I celved. All those who have not yet i subscribed are urged to do so with- ; out delay, that the necessary number of subscriptions may be received to in ; sure the appearance in Norwich of ' tbese famous artists. These concerts are to Je given if -a sufficient number of subscriptions is j received within a limited time. In 'order that the majority of our peo ; pie may enjoy these concerts the price : of the tickets has been set at popu- ! lar prices, $3.50 a series, which in- ; eludes reserved seats. ' To seoare this series for our city J has become not only of interest to rrvu- j Ele-lovers, but a matter of civic pride. I At tms time suosoriptions only a j asked for. rfo tickets are to be paid for until October 26th, when it is ex pected the advance subscription guar- IWM wUl be secured, and subscrib- may then pay for tickets and se at Cranston's. 25 Broad' is no tturaght of financial in tfrlfi iwilViMni hin Inn an AAraent tesor to prssg .great artists to Nor- (muu oca tnwiBw saese conosrrs seu ntaBKig. Vtaa Drocsefla owner ueooa rtiees -arm b sired- ftsr the benefit of . Kefi Cross. r Bm wpp aom-of tbea distinguish' e4 arQats has toaeti tentatively ar ITrreinber 9th, the et. the greatest aaae-tet In the world. Ibis oanHtt vacs' orstaniaed br E I KX Ooppet, a. -weeXbr esr TjDtX P Itmn, to play for hAmwrif aad frleivJa M Osw, wttaerlaad. TtW W, from WaJca the quartet ilta name, became famous. I The iJeatast honors have tfteAown ItBetn la Buope and Aatjertca. One ezplaneooa of the Flan Baler's pheamu jenai mecesa is the fact that they de iVots their eatlre time to the cul Civi lian of chamber music. Their etngle ness of pnrppo and Softy alms are shown in a mutual agreement not to teach, play in orchestra, or accept in dividual engagements. On December 3rd, Helen Stanley, prima donna soprano, from Chicago Opera Co., -and Ellis Opera Co., will appear. To a delightful personality. Miss Stanley adds a powerful dra matic soprano voice of great charm and purity. Her operatic triumphs in New York. Chicago, Boston, Philadel phia and Montreal, have been dupli cated in concerts and recitals in many cities. On January 11th, Jacques Thibaud, the brilliant French violinist and Mar garet Jamieson, the noted young pl anlste will appear. Jaques Thibaud's return to America is rightly regarded as a truly worthy event, for aside from his wonderful artistic ability, his military service be pan at the outbreak of the war, lends special interest to his visit. On his return from the European war on leave of absence from the French army, granted because of in juries sustained, Jacques Thibaud was received with country-wide admira tion. As a representative of the French school, Thibaud is without a rival. Miss Jamieson is a pianiste of mark ed ability, placing with fine interpre tation and feeling. Her playing is conspicuous for the rare and beauti ful singing qua"ity" of tone that she gets at a!l times. Miss Jamieson made her debut as soloist with the New Tork Symphony orchestra, scoring a decided success. In her subsequent recitals in Aeolian hall and elsewhere she has won an enviable reputation. It Is only possible to secure this wonderful series by our united efforts and the co-operation of the public. Will you not send your subscriptions at once and help to make these concerts a great success? A subscription list has been plac ed at Cranston's, 25 Broadway, and subscribers may leave orders for tick ets there. AUDITORIUM. Country Store Tonight at 8.30 Car lyle Blackwell in The Price of Pride Feature Today 'at the Auditorium Coming Wednesday for Four Days, Byrnes Bros.' Eight Bells. Suppose you were engaged to a pretty, charming girl, and suppose lhat you went west and she came later to visit an uncle near the spot where you were located, and suppose that near her destination the train was held up by a gang of ruffians led by a man who was jour perfect image, wouldn't your girl be justified in thinking that you were the man, that you were the guilty party? This Is the striking situation presented in The Price of Pride the new World-Picture of Erady-Made which comes to the Au ditorium theatre today. Carlyle Black well and June Elvidge are the stars in this production. The second" episode of The Gray Ghost, with Priscilla Deans. Harry Carter, Emory Johnston and Daredevil Eddie Polo, and the latest Universal weekly complete the programme. Coming Wednesday, Thursday, Fri day and Saturday, the Brothers Byrne in Eight Bells, the rollicking, rautical comedy at which myriads have rocked with laughter. It Is a scream on the screen. See Thurs day's paper for list of Norwich peo ple in the schoolroom scene. County Store tonight at 8.80. A Co lumbia phonograph will be given away. See it at Lahn's Furniture store. , - Woodbury. The Red Cross auxiliary of Woodbury has 100 knitters at work. NORWICH TOWN Missionary Meeting Surprise Birth day Dinner Pupils from Outlying Districts Coming to Local Schools Representatives at Mt. Holyoko As-, sociaticn Meeting. At the First Methodist " church Thursday evening there will be an open missionary meeting to which others have been Invited, including the mis sionary societies of the First Congre gational church. Rev. and Mrs. Fran cis Rose and the Filipino boy who came with them to be educated in this country will be present in costume and give addresses. Curios from the Philip pines will be -shown, and the evening will take the -form of a social gather ing. ' . , ur' Surprise Dinner. A. D. Zabrlskie was given a surprise birthday dinner Monday at his home, Oaklawn cottage, on Vergason avenue. Relatives from Oreeneville and Preston City were present. . The house was decorated with .flowers; in the dining room red. white and blue predominated, the birthday cake being the center of attraction on the tattle. A postcard shower was another reminder of the occasion. Inspiring Service at Sheltering Arms. The service Sunday afternoon at the Sheltering Arms waa In charge or Ker. E. S. Worcester, pastor of Broadway church. . Heaven-bound and Earth- bound was the subject of a most help f ul address. Mrs. F. H. BushneTl dl rected the muatc, also giving, in good voice the solo. My Redeemer . Liveth. Will Preach at Conference. Rev. G. H. Ewing, pastor of the First Congregational Church, will preach the morning sermon at the conference of six neighboring churches to be held Wednesday at the Preston City Con gregatlonal church. - Home from Motor Trip. Mr. and Mrs. George LePan of Belle vue farm have returned from a motor trip of a few days to Milford and vi cinity, where.rhey visited Mrs. LePan's sister, Mrs. Woods, and Fred LePan and ramay. . At Mt Holyoke Association Meeting. Mrs. William Randall Lathrop and Miss Susan C. Hyde were in TVlantfc and at Crescent Beach Saturday to at tend the meeting of the Eastern Con necticut Mt. Holyoke association. School Consolidation. Five pupils come in the school wagon from Plain Hill and eight from Wau- wecus Hill to the West Town street school, and nine children to the Town street school from Scotland road. Gossip and Chat. Elmer Gaskell of West Town street la working: in flew London, commuting daily. Mrs. Adelbert IS. Geer and children were in Scotland part of last week to visit -Mrs. Users parents. Mr. -and Mrs. Johnson have come to New England from North Carolina and are restpg at 108 LaXayette street. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis and children of New Haven were guests Sunday of Mrs. E. P. Geer of Scotland road. Many were at the polls on the Nor wich Town Green Monday, coming by automobile, on foot, in the trolley or In wagons. . Mrs. Samuel Gillette has .returned to her home in Colchester after a fort night's visit with Mrs. George S. Beebe of Scotland road. Mrs.. George Weller of Greensville has been passing several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Walter Grant, of uid (JanterDury turnpike. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen and daughter. Miss Edith Allen, of Willi - mantle camp ground, are visiting Mrs. E. P. Geer of Scotland road. Miss Lucy Standish, who is spending several months on Scotland road while attending the commercial school, was at her home in Colchester for the week end. Miss Clara Murdock of New Haven and Mrs. George Murdock of Norwich, BREED THEATRE. Harry Money, Dorothy - Kelly and an All Star Cast in The Law Decides, Feature For Today. Today the Breed will present a very attractive bill of feature photoplays wV.ch Is headed by Harry T. Morey, Dorothy Kelly and an all star cast in "The Law Decides." This is a very powerful production and is produced in seven acts and was written by Mar guerite Bertsh, who is one of the first famous women of the ' film. Her ca reer as scenario writer is probably one of the most notable pages in the an nals of the motion picture. Harry T. Morey, who. is featured with Dorothy Kelley, is an actor of ability and in "The Law Decides" does great work. Dorothy Kelly is seen to unusual ad vantage in the role of Florence Whar ton. Other members, in the support ing cast are Bobby Connelly, the boy marvel, Donald Hall, Louise Bcaudet and Adele Kelly. Pearl White will be seen in "The Fatal Ring," and the latest war news in the Hearst-Pathe Weekly completes the bill Orpheum Theatre, Danielson. A brisk- and lively story, sparkling in its humor and set to music that nts its spirit and snuggles to its form with a nicety not often seen in present day musical comedies, is a Very good es timate of the charm found, in the de lightful musical comedy success, "The Only Girl," for which Victor Herbert has written some' of his finest melodies, to a book that rattles with good fun, the, work of Henry Blossom, will be the attraction at the Orpheum -Theatre, Danielson. on Thursday, Oct. 4. It is said that Henry Blossom has never af fixed his name to a better, book than the one has has written for "The Only Girl" that it is brilliant in every particular, with a liberal leaven of the poetry of Bohemian life and the seri ous by-play of. sincere love, treated in that tender vein has termed the high est form of truth. Victor Herbert's music, always a joy and delight, in his instance too, is richly melodious and in his accustomed graceful style. It was the opinion of every reviewer In New Yorker when it was presented in that city, at the Lyrio theatre where it ran an entire year, that neither Her bert nor Blossom In the past had writ ten anything of such excollent quality as "The Only Gh-1.". The company provided is one of un usual excellence and contains ' many fine singers and oomedians in Charles Fulton. Harry P. Young, Jesse Willing ham, Charles Hall, E. F. Nagle, Ru pert Graves, Julienne Costa, Ralniev Cain, Louise Peyton. Annette Beraer, Ethel Wayne, Katherine . Williams, I Carla Richman and a great singing chonus of female attractiveness. v WANTED I WANTED . , WANTED FOR SALE TO RENT . fUf.lM J I i ii ! l i n . . ' ii i in i WANTED SorlOAbleBodiedMen GOOD WAGES APPLY AT.ONCE American Straw Board Co. THAMESVILLE. were recent visitors at the home . of Mrs. J. I. Kiess, on New London turn pike. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Greene of West Town street over Sunday were their cousin, Mrs. W. C. Card of South Windham and William- Bishop of Jewett City. Mr. and Mrs. Julius I. Kless of New London turnpike have had as guests during their vacations, Mr. Kiess brothers, A. W. Kiess of Essex and and John A. Kless of woonsocket, n. I. His Chief Distinction. Anyhow, few people in the world have . won so many medals and so many ' telegrams of congratulations without getting anywhere as the Ger man Crown Prince. Detroit Free Press. Wsterbury. Four suits for damages, aggregating 323,000, have been brought against the Waterbury Gas Light com pany by Attorney U. G. Church, repre senting the family of Elpidio Treppi cione. The suits are the outcome of an explosion on the morning of Feb. 18 last in the house on North Main street occupied by the Treppicione family. Guiseppe Treppicione was injured so badly in the explosion that he. died and other members of the family were se verely burned and bruised. HOWS THISf We offer One Hundred Dollars re ward for any case of catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medi cine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-five years. and has become known as the most rMiablw remedy for catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts through the blood on the mucous sur faces, expelling the poison from the blood and healing the diseased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a great improvement in your general health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at once and get rid of ca tarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. FOR SALE COWS FOR SALE Carload will arrive Saturday, Septem ber 29th . JAMES H. HYDE North Franklin. Telephone 30, Lebanon, Conn. 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 WM. B. WILCOX Auctioneer AUCTIOH Will sell at Public Auction at The Larkham Farm, located in Led yard. Conn., on road leading from Shewville to Mystic. Five minutes waisc from Shewville Station on Norwich West erly trolley. WKDXESDjVY, OCTOBER K. 2017 At 10 O'clock; A. M. FORTY-FIVE HEAD OF CATTLE eight cows, 1 Holstein 0.0 w (due- to freshen soon), 1 Holstein cow (com ing in some time this Fall). 10 three year old heiJers (coming in). 5 tiro year old heifers, 1 two yc-nr old Hol stein bull, o yearling: Holstein bulls, several fat heirers and cows (for beef), 10 yearlinsc heifers, 1 nice two year old Ayrshire (coming in. eligible for registration), 1 pair of young work horses (weight 3000 lbs., strong and" fine workers), 1 pair new double har nesses 1 team wagon, 1 driving horse, 1 luinow wagon, 2 buggies, horse power and saw. 1 grind stone, and other small articles too numerous to mention. If said day proves stormy, sale will take Dlaoe the next fair week day. Positively everything sold, as I have sold my farm and have no . place to keep the same. ' A Catcnr W1J1 Be la Attendance. OSCAR 11. MAIN.. LO8T AND FOUND LOST A Scotch collie one year old with star on right fore leg, sable and white. Finder notify B. L. B-riggs, North Franklin. oct2TuTh BANKBOOK LOST Lost or stolen. Passbook No. 132023 of The Norwich avings Society. All person's are cau tioned asrainst Durchasiner or negotiat ing the same, and any person having a claim to said book is nereDy caiiea up on to. present said claim to said bank on or before the 2d day of April, 1918.' or submit to having the book declared cancelled and extinguished and a new book issued in lieu thereof, or the amount due thereon paid. oct2Tu LOST .A black mare, about 1200 Sounds. Finder please notify H. B. lnsk, Colchester, Conn. octld LOST In Thamesville or the city, a lady's gold ring with two opals and three diamonds set in hearts. Finder rewarded by leaving at The Bulletin Office. octld LOST On Willimantic-Brooklyn road, automobile tire. Reward. Return to 38 Mecahnic St., Danielson. octld STRAYED OR STOLEN From my pasture in North ritonington. three yearling heifers; two red, pne brown and wnite. Please notify O. H. Main. Harwich, Conn., and receive reward. ep28d ITRATRD OR STOLESN from mr Miture at ChAffe villa: an Ayrshire ew, 2 1-2 years old. Kindly notify Alfred Cden. MaosftelC Center. Conn. KNITTING FOR SOLDIERS More serious and necessary work for idle hands. Young Men and . Ladies Wanted to work on Gauze Bandages and Absorbent Cot ton to alleviate the sufferings of. our boys at home and abroad. Apply at the VERSAILLES SANITARY FIBRE MILLS, Inc. FOR SALE FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN PRICE 20-ft. (8-ft. beam) motor boat, good engine, boat In good condition and Is fully equipped, having lock ers, anchors, .bars, 6 life preservers. W. J. BA2TLETT Pittnttm, Con. Tel. 181 or 182. ' FOB SALE Eight -room ' cott&ge. all latest Im provements, large barn, and eight building lots, located in the best resi dential section of Jewett City. Ftr paiticulars. Inquire of a. SEIGEL, Real Estate aad lanmseci Nerwlck. Can. mayld - TeL 24a ANNOUNCEMENT I, Joseph Wolfe, wish to notify all my customers and patrons that the Putnam Trucking and Trading Co, of which I was a member, has been dissolved, and that I am now conduct ing the same business under the name of Wolfe Brothers' Sales Stable . and Trading Company, at the same prem ises, 79 Voodstock Avenue, Putnam, Kennedy's old stables. All outstanding bills f the company have been bought by me and further payments of them should be made to my present firm. We will buy and sell all kinds of horses, metals, waste and junk, as formerly. Wolfe Sales Stables and Trading Co. PUTNAM, CONN. ' "Where You Bought the Horse." Telephone 187, Putnam Broadway Properly For Sale AT A SACRIFICE Beautifully situated In one of the fin est residence sections of Norwich. House has 17 rooms and bath; excep tionally large verandas. Well built stable with scace for several motor cars; large lot. Ideal for high grade rooming house, being plose to business section of city. Owner leaving Nor wich will sell at a sacrifice. Further particulars from ARCHA w. corr Telephone V.H 63 Broadway I FOR SALE Tiiree Story Brisk Block with 4 Stores and 2 Eight Room Flats on Thames Street; also coal . property owned by A. L. Potter & Co., with 160 feet on Thames River, must be sold to close estate. FRANCIS D. DONOHUE Phortes Central Bldg. Norwich What $1,000 WILL BUY A seven 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 wcod and some fruit- Immediate possession. , Investi gate. Send for Wilcox's Farm Bulle tin. .Choice of 400. WILLIAM A. WILCOX Farm Specialist, Westerly. R. I. Tel. 2365 Masons' Building Materials OF ALL KINDS For Sale by The Peck-McWilliams Co. WBEV TOW WANT to put your (ss. Iness before the Dublin, there la no medium better than tnrough the advertising- columns ot The Bulletin. WANTED Xurse roald. Apply Mrs. H. E. Flagler. -167 Broadway. Call be tween If. and 2 and. 6 and 7. oct2d WOW V- Genuine ' leather cigarette ease free with 5 pkgs. of Chesterfield cigarettes, 20 for 10c, all or 60c. -Worth J1.25. This special sale for Tuesday and Wednesday only. If you don't stnoke, send one to the soldier. Fa; gan's Smoke Shop. oct2d WANTED Girl for general house work. Apply to Mrs. Calvert B. Cot trell. 21 Chestnut St.. Westerly. R. I. oct2d ' WANTED Aged persons to board and care for; Invalids taken at. rea sonable rates. Address pox. 777, Bul letin. oct2d WANTED An experienced secon girl. Apply to Mrs. George W. Carroll, 257 Broadway. - oct 2d WANTED One large or two adjoin ing rooms, centrally located, suitable for three young men Of good character. Address Cj. B. S., Box 816, Norwich, Ct., stating terms. oct 2d , WANTED Toung man. in store; one that would like to learn the business and not. afraid of work; not under 18 years old. F. W. Ouild. Jeweler 21 Broadway. oct2d WANTED A girl for table work and chamber work. Windham Inn. 35-4. oct2d WANTED Meat cutter for month of October; give experience and wages wanted first letter. Address. P. O. Box 3S7, Moosup, Conn. oct2d WANTED .Furnished apartment of five or six rooms, with kitchen, bath; desirable location. Address Box 222, Bulletin. - oct2d . WANTED Competent maid for gen eral housework Mrs. W. N. Eastwood. 260 Washington St. oct2d. WE REQUIRE the services of a ca pable young man to take charge of our accessories department. The Baird Tire and Supply Co. oct2d WANTED The Lenox House is now open for business. oct2d WANTED A reliable man for a steady job as fireman; good pay. In quire at Bulletin Office oct2d WANTED Good family horse; safe driver; good home for the right one. W. S. Case, 129 West Town St. octld WANTED All who wish good cider, sawing and grinding to patronise the Franklin mills. Our bolt makes nice flour from wheat rye and buckwheat. C. W. Grant. North Franklin. Conn. Tel. Lebanon. octld . WANTED Lady for new depart ment; salary $10; must be plain writer and wide awake; one unemployed and self-supporting and over 21 given pref erence. Write "Willing," care Bulletin stating name, age and address, octld DRUG CLERK WANTED Regis tered or assistant. E. Callahan. 27 Main St., New London. sep29d WANTED Experienced weaver on silk or cotton for Inspector in. cloth room; good place ' for the right man. West Side Silk Mill. sep29d WANTED Girls 15 years of age; to learn quilling. West Side Silk Mill. 8ep29d MEN WANTED for conductors and motormen. Must be in good health and able to pass the required examina tions. Apply to Trainmaster at New London Norwich or Westerly. The Shore Line Electric Railway Company. sep29d WANTED An experienced colored woman as cook. Apply evenings to Mrs. R. W. Perkins, 42 Rockwell St. sep29d . " WANTED Five thousand hens and chickens, 10,000 bran bags. Also cows, fat calves, and dressed hogs. Highest prices paid by ' Joseph Hockberg, 181 Main St., Wlllimantfe. Tel. 147-13. .sep29d - WANTED To buy a small business to cost not over $1,000. Address Box 400. Bulletin. sep28d WANTED A fireman; a -good sober man. Apply Glen Woolen Mills, Nor wich Town. . sep27d BOY WANTS position to work after school. Address . Bulletin Office. sep27d ' WANTED A competent girl for reneral housework at 15 Warren St. tel. 1225. sep25d WANTED All the second hand cars we can get; "will pay good cash price for same. Phone. 725. sep22d WANTED Old false teeth; doesn't matter If broken; I pay $2 to $15 per set, send by parcel post and. receive check bv return mail. L. Mazer, 2007 S. Fifth St., Philadelphia, Pa. sepSd WANTED-. A first class experienced tinsmith. Apply George Despathy, Moosup, Conn. seplSd WANTED A competent cook. Ap ply at the home of F. B. Ricketson, Taftville. aug21d WANTED Second hand and antique furniture of all kinds; get our prices before you sell. A. Bruckner. 66 Frank, lin St. Tel. 717-S. mayld WANTED Dye house and picker room help; also men in finishing room; good pay and steady work. GLEN WOOLEN MILL, Norwich Town. WANTED 25 Toolmakers, 10 All-around Machine Hands (must be first-class), 7 General Housework Girls, 1 Cook, 30 WeaverB, 8 .Spinners. 4 Farm Hands. 10 Boys. FRHE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU Central Slda Geo. S Chesbro, Mgr. WANTED-10 YOUNG MEN SIXTEEN YEARS OR OVER STEADY WORK AND GOOD WAGES Apply WINCHESTER WOOLEN CO, Thamesville Wanted At Once WOOLEN SPINNERS Plainfield Woolen Company Central Village. Conn. WANTED Girls Over 16 Years of Age la Llarht Manufacturing" Business EIGHT HOUR DAY American Thermos Bottle Co. NORWICH. CONN. A SPEEDER FIXER MUST BE A SOBER MAN $18.00 Per Week Address BOX 22 Care of Bulletin BYRON A. WIGHTMAN V Piano Tuner Phone 595-3 3 Fairmount Street FOR SALE Gas range, in good con dltlon. 143 McKlnley Ave. oct2d FOR SALE .Standing wood and tim ber. J. A. Grlswold. 159 West Town St.- . oct2TuThS FOR SALE Kitchen stove and linoleum. Phone 152-5. oct2d FOR SALE A screw tail Boston bulldog eight months old. Phone. 152-5. oct2d ; FOR SALE A 90-quart milk route In Mystic, Conn. Inquire at Ledyard Town Farm or Telephone J54-14. oct2d FOR SALE Two farms. 108 and 75 acres, adjoining, l'4 miles from Nor wich and Westerly trolley, 7 miles from Norwich; $3.;00 cash. For par ticulars, write H. Stowe, K. F. D. No. 1, Norwich. Conn. oct2d FOR SALE Model 82 seven-passenger Overland; repainted and in good mechanical order. Eat. M. B. King. sep25TuThuS FOR SALE Model 79, Overland Roadster; repainted and in good me chanical order. Est. M. B. Ring. sep25TuThuS WEDDING 100 engraved announce ments $7; two envelopes for each; each additional 25 for 75c; 100 engraved visiting cards $1; samples and correct forms mailed free. - Engraving Studio, 5415 Webster St.. Philadelphia, Fa. aug21TuTh FOR SALE Thoroughbred Ancona cockerells. A. M. Herrick, 459 Main St. Tel. 22 octld FOR SALE: Ford touring car. re painted, demountable rims, good me chanical order, practically new tires. Est. ,M. B.Ring. octld FOR SALE One engine and saw to saw cord wood; good condition; big bargain; can be seen running by ap pointment. Sir. McMaliun. Mohefcan, Conn.. R. D. 7. , sepiltd FOR SALE TCnglish setter. eight months old: partly broken; also Par ker Bros, fhiii in new condition. . L. M. Burdiek. Box 47'! city; phone 416. sep29d FOR SALE Private family would like to find some kind .person in the country who would give their 8 year old Vermont Morgan horse a good home. Is perfectly safe for ladies or children to feed or care for; raited' on our farm and never owned by anyone else. Is used to all kinds of farm work; a very nice driver; and a regu lar pet. For guod home and references price is very low. No jockeys ur peddlers need apply. Call at private residence, 1204 Slain St.. Willimantie, Conn. - sep29d FOR SALE Confectionery, ice cream and cigar store, in fine location doing a good business. Will be sold at a bargain if taken at once. For particulars call at Talbott's Candy Co., 56 Main St.. Xorwlch. sep28d FOR SALE Three heifers, due to freshen. Price $165 for the three; also heavy express wagon. S15; and a top buggy, J15. D. E. Hickey. R. F. V. 4, Putnam, Ct. sep28d FOR SALE! Driving horse; sound and gentle; weighing about 850; sell reasonable. 102 Roosevelt Ave., East Norwich, F. B. Harrington. sep28d FOR SALE A registered Hulstein bull. Some of the best blood in the state; also one Hallock potato digger. Cheap. Call 1851-12. sep27d FOR SALE Guernsey cow; good milk for butter. Law.-ence Olorneck, Mohegan Valley Farm. Mohe'gan. sep27d FOR SALE Automobile delivery top. suitable for a Fori. Henry Clark, Scotland. Phone 298-13. sep27d FOR SALE Three horses; or will trade them for cows. Fred Darling, PomfretCenter, Conn. sep26d FOR SALE: Five passenger Buick touring car, 1914 model, in good con dition. BKg Vjargain. S. Kallenberg, Columbia, Conn. sep26d FOR SALE One-ton Indian . truck, 1917 model. Owner called to actual military service. Price 950. Terms to suit purchaser. Can be seen at 174 Montauk Ave., tel. 1246, or write P. O. Box 393. New London, Ct. sep26d FOR SALE Ten tons of old hay. J. C. Lfeffingwell. Phone 44J-12. . sep26d FOR SALE: Farm of 78 acres with stock and farming tools. 8 room house with barn; all in good repair, situated within 2 miles of 4 different villages, near schoolhouse. Write Box 178, Wauregan, Ct. sep25d FOR SALE Pigs, thoroughbred, O. I. C. Ludlow Farm. North Stonington. Phone. 1861-13. sep22d FOR SALES Three good work horses, harness and wagons; must be sold. Apply H. Friedberg & Son. sep22d FOR SALE: Seven-room cottage on Ashland near corner of Hill street, Jewett City. Inquire on premises. sep22d FOR SALE: Four work horses. Call 1484 after 6 p. m. . sep!3d FOR SALE Seven passenger touring car. In line shape, $225. R. J. Walker, Storrs, Conn. Telephone j39-23. aug30d FOR SALE. Edison Phonograph, home style, with large flower horn: value J35, special $4. THE TALKING MACHINE SHOP, 74 Main St. 70 Cows For Sale- Another carload just arrived September 29th. FRED W. HOXIE, Lebanon Phone 62 FOR SALE On Willimantie trolley, one mile from Baltic; a fine 9-room cottage and good barn; also hen coop, - house newly rinted, shingled; 3 acres of good land, 1-2 fine for garden truck; running spring water in house; all, kinds of fruit and many varieties of lloweis; makes a fine poultry farm. I have many calls for places like this but seldqm have one on the list. If you are interested don't delay. Own er going to move out of state. Call or Address WILLIAM F. HILL. Room tiH Tfaatyer llldg.. Norwich. TeL 147. FARM FOR EXCHANGE. Two excellent tarms; can trade either for city property ul equal value; one 27 acres, state roan, near city, modern buildings; also 180 acre stock farm with tools nd equipment, line build ings, keeps ou head. If Interested, write or telephone TRITON'S AGENCY. Je30d Willimantie. Ct. 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. MORAN, Real Estate Broker, Franklin Square. Norwich. 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 WUKX YOU WANT y put your bus iness before the public, there Is no medium Dexter than through the ad rtising eulumna of The Bulletin. TO RENT Furnished rooms for lignt housekeeping. Mrs. S. G. Cong don, 82 McKlnley Ave. oct2d TO KENT .Five-room flat on Maple St., cheap to right party. Mrs. Kings ley. Phone 585-14. oct2d . TO iibxt" Light housekeeping rooms, 43 Union St. Call . evenings. oct2d - ("to RENT Cottage of ten rooms and two tenements, with garage, in best residential section. Tel. lluu-5. octid FOR RENT Furnished rooms with or without board at The Plymouth. 44 Laurel Hill Ave. Telephone 785. ep29d TO RENT Four-room tenement at 47 Beech St. BeD2A TO RENT Tenement of 8 rooms; steam heat and all latest improve ments. 51 Fairmount St. sep28d TO RENT Furnished suite for light housekeeping heated; in the Marion Bui.ding. King ttrst or second bells. sep2Vd TO RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 27 'Division St. sep24d TO RENT A rooming house; 14 rooms, uniurnlsned; 38 Union St.; steam heat electric lights, gas, garden, shea, and fruit trees, inquire City Lunch, 14 Broadway. sep21d TO RENT Furnished rooms; alio rooms lor JiKht housekeeping. lot. School St. Tel. 1048-3. . TO KENT Centrally located six room tuir, modern improvements. Ap ply at ii2 liroaUway. sep7d TO RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 8- Washington St. -l"-'-e2-. aug.d TO UKXi Bp .ement tenement at 56 School ot. lnijaire at Bullutii. Otnuc Jyaud . Ft ltXI5lii-.D llooms. The Marguerite cool clean, pleasant room. No. i North MairiSt. 2K9A TO Kfel-VT Neatly furnished room, n;so ro.m fjr l.fcht Housekeeping. Mis. May Keilcy. 7 North High at. Jeld t-'l.'llISlvl reonu; ren"nable rats. suit.xbi,' for light housekeeping. Mrs. Emma Morse. 18 Union St. jySa FOR RENT Three 6-room Apartments $20.00 EACH JAMES L. CASE 37 Shetucket Street FOR RENT House of ten rooms tt No. 54 Wsh ton Street. Ail conveniences and Steam Heat. Inquire of ISAAC S. JONES, Insurance and Rea! Estate Agent, Richa.'do 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 Fop EHiif The building now occupied by The Plant-Cadden Co, 144-146 Main St. Inquire of TIIE PLAUT-CADDEN CO. STORE TO RENT About 20 to 25 feet, at 63 Franklin teet, suitable for almost any kind of business, at a reasonable price. In. c.u:re at Bulletin Office. FOR SALE FOR SALE Jfo. 75 Willi? ms St..' splendid nojern heme. In best residential section: all -conveniences, large level corner lot; price reasonable and easy terms if deslr.d. Inquire of TH0S. H. BECKIE7 278 Main Street Phones 724 C9 aroa s a lis. Cottage Houses, Tenement and Busi ness Blocks, Bulldinb Lots, all in de sirable lecations List your property if you care to sell or rent, a I have a number of people looking for real es tate investments. WILLIAM F. HILL, Real Estate and Insurance. Iloooi 103. Thayer Bldg. 41 Furnished Seashore Cottages For Sale or Rent at Watch Hill, Weekapaus. Pleasant View, and along the Rhode Island shore; also accessible Seashore Farms. Send for booklet. - FRAmi W. COY WESTERLY. R. I. SALE HORSES 1 have 20 Horses that 1 want to dispose ot right away. Nino ot them are big work horses the balance will weigh from !00 to 1200 lbs. Come and see. them. ELMER R. PIERSON. Tel. E26-S. may!4d E. A. PRENTICE Real Estate and Insurance TITLES SEARCHED AND SATIS FACTION GIVEN Phone 300 SS Cliff Street WiLLMM YOUNG, R.P Massage and General Nursing. Nlgu. or day calls. SS Hickory St.. Norwich. THERE bo soverns:ns: medium Is Eastern Connecticut uai to The Bui- , leua nor ousutese rvsuita. OOING SOUTH. Singing, singing, plnprlng, as the mf s click out behind; Blended voice fllnctnir out their mes- sage to the wind; f Lolling in the windows while the treoj train southward rolls. Gloriously idle, with full comfort in our souls, Sped bv smiling strangers, and by kiddies wild with gleo. Leaving, as we rumble on, a wake melody: I'm coming. Tm coming, for my head is bending low; I. hear those angel votces calling O.d Black Joe. Slnginsr. fdnarlng. clriginar In the velvet Southern night; Mocklnsc birds go win srlng,. f or we put them all to flight; . '..., Over wide, black rivers, winding whither no one knows, . Tast the doors of cabins where the lampllprht redl glows, Lusty bugles sounding til! each sleep ing valley fllln. Ringing with the mellow notes tha-t die among t!ie hills: So ween no more, my lady; weep no more today. We will slnar one ding for my odd Kenti"kv horn. For my old Kentucky home, far away.) Singins-. slnr'nr. inrn8r a!l the old time onr Tore. Saddle hasrn i -swinjf Inc; t- the rhythm no phiv: Through V're-lnia's foth::l and Jha Carolina' p'nK. By the land rot.t ,n am! of water-) m!on vlr.ss. . Over Oeorgl.-i'a upland, with their' lop. rrnVert ?n corn. Singing f.Tvirt r s-irlit Sout.. where half our onr;s were born: Cp v P" bU trt n!i Vlfrinn w. There's vhe" fhr cf.ttnr, Torn and nwPft potato" Arrow: I There' vhe" ?h warble nweel- lv In th snrlrprtime. Ther'i where rh'r io r f!d darkeys heart am lorn' to p-i. --Ste-i.Tt M. Emery. Trcop A, First New .lerscv Cavalry, en route to Annlft-m, Ala.. Sept. 6. 1917 -New York Herald. HUM OK THE DAY " "Do you r?co?nize the profpsslon?" naked the .small-timo vaudeville per former, extending hi.i card to the manager of a No. 1 company. "Yes. I recognize you at once. Noth ing do'nij in the way of passes." 'Fllr- I mingham At?e-HeralJ. "Dine with me tomorrow at thp Mitre, can't you?" "Sorry. o!d mm hut I really cant go tomorrow. I'm Boing to see Ham let." "Oh, hrinr him fi'onr with you as-" well." Cassell's SatMrday Journal. "Do you think K icon wrote the Shakespeare plays?" "To tell you the truth, I don't much care." "I didn't use to. But I'm trying tri open up -.Toe eontrovery that'll set my mind off the war." AVasrhinston Star. Father fto lebollius flve-yearrl) Don't tell me you won't. Daughter AV'pll. pmn, what must, I av when I moan I worft? Topeka Capital. ' "The rule of despots is about .ovef.' "What aro you talking nbout'J AAe mav put kim;s and kaisers out of business, hut wives will remain n the Job." Detioit Free Press. , "He said he was a millionaire's son, and I find he is working for $10 a week-" . . ... 1 "That looks suspicious! A jnnuon- aire's son roudn't get over JUS.'' Philadelphia Bulletin. "Maybe he hasn't found himself et" consoled the confidential fr.end. "Isn't he gifted in any way?" i "Oifted?" queried the father. Well. I should say he is. Everything he's pot was given to him."' Harpers Magazine. "Do you think it is right, mamma, for him to spend all that money on me?" "Why not? If he isn't going to, marry you; you are so much in; ami if he is, you are only establishing a proper precedent." Judge. "Some men have greatness thrust upon them." "Of course they do," replied the Corporal. "fine of the most promis ing soldiers in our company is h han who was so foolish as to try to et exempted." Washington Star. Mr. Bacon Did you make these bis cuits wife? Mrs. Bacon I did. Mr. Bacon They're smaller than, usual, aren't they? Mrs. Bacon They are. That's bo you'll have less to find fault with. Yonkers Statesman. THE KALEIDOSCOPE Turks claim to have dropped bombs on the port of Vathy, in the island o? Samos. i Colonel Manuel Coronado. member r.t tv,a r'lihun pmtp jmd i.rlitor of the newspaper La Disrusion, has an nounced the organization ci an i -i-atlon unit, which, with compile CIU1 lll 11 i., ..11 ' - ...... . . -. - in the near future. The Escadri'Ta Cubaine "will be the nrst ooay ot nsui-ing-men from Cuba to serve on the French soil. I Vorwarts. in refcrrinc to the new Patriotic , Party, under the presidency of Duke Johann Alhrecht of Meck lenburg and Admiral Tirpltz, Kays: "Recently when new arrived from England of the formation of new par ties, the Pan-German. papers des cribed this ns n sipn of arrowing nerv ousness. Now the Pan-Hermans themselves have bo?n smitten with the English malady." King Alexander of Greece, in re reiving the Grand Parliamentary Committee charnred to hand him the tesponse of the Chamber to the speech from Che Throne, naid that the Cham ber would find in him not only th faithful guardian of the Constitution and national traditions, hut also a sincere collaborator in all decisions tending to the rraliz'ion of the na tional aims. J. C. WITTER Auctioneer Auction Rooms. Evans Block, Danielson. Conn. On account of being drafted. I will sell at PUBLIC AUCTION FRIDAY, OCT. .ITU. 1917. at 10. SO oVIook n. m. 50 head of High Grade Holstein Cows and Heifers, ranpinar from 1 Vi years old to 5. all-in excellent condition and as choice a lot as will pass ur,dr the hammer thi fall. Don't fail to attend this sale. I Fhail o's-) Ff-11 1 tons of excellent hay, wagons, tools, machin ery, hprnesHes. carpenter's tools and "0 head of chlckeni. My pair of gray firm horses is dsn for sale nrlvatelv. They are' as good a team an stands In Wind-hav countv. wll mated. well manneTCd and clever, weight 3000. My farm is located one-quarter mfle off the road leading f-om Brooklyn Village to Danlelfr Conn., and Is known as the Avery Tllllnghast place I HAROLD A. COPELAXD- J .... ike iy.