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FULL ASSOCIATED ! PRESS DESPATCHES PARTLY CLOUDY TODAY AND SOMEWHAT WARMER" NORWICH. CONN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 3, 1917. What I Coins On Tonight Moving Pictures at the Auditorium. Moving Pictures at the Breed The atre. Vaudeville and Moving: Pictures at the Davis Theatre. Immergrnen Lodge. No. 12, 6. -erf meets 4n Oermania Hall. Somerset Lodge. - No. 34, V. and A. M., meets at Masonic Temple. Polishers' and Butter s' Union meets in Carpenters' Hall. Hope Rebekan Lodge. No. fl. I. O. O. B, meets in Odd Pelktwa1 Hall Norwich Council. No. 25. IT. B. It, meets in Foresters HalL ANNOUNCEMENTS ENTIRE CIRCUS IS LEASED TO MAKE GOLDWIN PICTURE Polly of the Circus, Now at. Davis Theatre, Reproduces Every Detail of a Big Show. Even with the most elaborately equipped studios the director of the modern-day motion picture spectacle is frequently forced to take extreme measures to make a production. Striking: evidence of this occurred in the' making; of Polly of the Circus, Goldwyn Pictures first great produc tion, of which Mae Marsh is the star, and is being- shown at the Davis thea tre for the last time today. . For the proper production of Mar garet Mayo a play of circus lire it was, of course, necessary to have a circus. All the action of the story took place in or about the big: top of a circus, with clowns, animals and other ele ments of "the big show" dominating the plot. Charles T. Horan, who directed this huge picturesque spectacle, was pass ins: through a little town in New Jersey when he saw a small circus coming into the town. It was a cir cus traveling; by wagon through the small towns of New Jersey; just such a circus as the play required. There was very shortly a conference between representatives of Goldwyn and the owners of the circus, and an agree ment was reached whereby Goldwin leased the circus for a long enough period to- complete the production of Polly of the Circus. Sufficient remun eration was given the circus owner to appease him for the loss of his dates, and his show went bodily into the employ of Goldwyn. AUDITORIUM. The ' Brothers Byrne in Eight Bells, Feature Today, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Auditorium Shorty Hamilton and Other Fea tures Complete the Programme. Eight Bells with the Brothers Byrne will be the feature attraction for four days starting today at the Auditor inm. Eight Bells is a rollicking nau tical comedy at which myriads have rocked with laughter. It was writ ten and produced for the screen by John E. Byrne. A number of well known Norwich people appear In the schoolroom scenes. A list of some will be published in Thursday's pa pers. The people of Norwich will re member the mischievous students, the collapsible hack, the disjointed horse and the revolving ship. They'll be with you once again. Funnier and brighter than ever. If you laughed at the stage production you'll scream at the picture. It is a side-splitter, just one big laugh after another. The Byrne Brothers are born pantomim ists. They produced laughs without talking before pictures were thought of. Their distinctive acrobatic comedy convulses. Eight Bells pleases the old . and young. Positively nothing vulgar, nothing suggestive. A great picture for the children. Shorty Hamilton in Shorty Goes to College, a corking good western com edy in two parts, completes the pro gramme for today and Thursday. BREED THEATRE. Mme. PetrovS in To the - Death, a Metro Wonderplay of Love and Vengeance, Feature for Today and Thursday. Today and Thursday the Breed will present Mme. Petrova in the Metro wonderplay. To the Death, a rich col orful story , of the southland, of his toric Corsica, the island to which Napoleon was exiled.' The photoplay reproduces its picturesque scenery, and the expert photography transfers it on the screen. Against this beau tiful background la - acted a story of dramatic lire. A finely balanced .cast nas Deen selected lor this production and includes in addition to the star, .m anion Hamilton, wyndham stand ing. EJvely irTlrent. Violet Reed and Boris Korlin. The Burton Holmes travelogue will also be shown and a very funny Vic tor Moore comedy completes the bill. Orpheum Theatre, IDanielson. The increasing tendency ta - visit the theatre for relaxation has brought unusual prosperity to musical come dies. Of these many frolicsome en tertainments, however, none have- en jwjcu mure iiutsrai Mrumtge Lnan J1ELS been given The Only Girt, which will , ra. i t. .i he seen at the Orpheum, Danlelson, on Thursday evening, Oct. 4. The Only Girl with the lively melo dies of Victor Herbert set to a charming story by Henry Blossom, was first produced two vears ago in New Tork, and found popularity for an entire season at the Lyric theatre, It is seldom Indeed that musical -com edy so deservedly survives- into the succeeding- year with the same grace as has The Only Girl. Its amusing story has to, do with a librettist,- an avoider of women, who Is in search of a collaborator. Fate brings him face to face with a young woman who he engages to write the music for his opera. The bargain is made with thosunderstanding that no thought of love is to enter into the rontract. In the' end, however, he fails to resist the charms of his co worker and falls deeply in love with her. The company includes many well known players In Chan. Fulton, Harry P. Young, Jesse Willingham. Charles Hall, E. F. Nagle, Rupert Braves, Julienne Costa, Raienier Cain, Louise Pevton, Annette Berger, "Ethel Wayne. Katherine "Williams. Carla Richman and a great big -chorus of pretty show girls. LOST AND FOUND I.O-ST -T?laek Jersey cow. B. Lebo rfts. Finder please call 1892-5. oot3d TOST A Scotch eolMe one year old with star on right fore leg, sable and white. Finder notify B. L. Briggs, Worth Franklin. ocC2TuTh IOST (A black mare, about. 1200 pounds. Finder please notify H. B Minsk, Colchester, Conn. octld TOST Tn Thames v llle or the city, a lady's gold ring .with two opals and rtvree diamonds set in hearts. Finder ewarded by leaving at The Bulletin frfflce. m ootid LOST On "WilMmantlo-BrooMyn load. tntorartbH tire. Reward. Return lo 38 Meoahnic St., Danlelson. ootid LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN from ny pasture at Chaff eville; an Ayrshire w, 2 1-2 years old. Kindly notify Hfred Oden. Mansfield Center. Conn. MP2$d FOR 8ALE FOR SALE 1917 D-45 BUICK, in excel lent shape. Just overhauled. Small mileage, well shod. A bararain for someone. Tele phone 100.. II M. CARPENTER Jewett City, Conn. FOR SALE Corcoran Homestead, 102 Tal man street, eight rooms and barn or garage. Frontage of about 300 feet extending to the river, two building lots, fruit trees and vines in abundance. Good reason for selling. Price very low., TH0S. H. BECKLEY 278 MAIN STRRET Telephones 724 and 63 LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. AT A COURT OF- PROBATE HELD at Norwich, within and for the District of Norwich, on the 17th day of Sep tember. A. ., IS 17. . Present, NELSON J. ATLING. Judge. Estate of Charles H. Bailey, late of Sprague. in said District, deceased. Ordered, That the . Administrator with . the will annexed cite the creditors of said estate to bring in their claims against said estate within six months from this date, by posting a notice to that effect, to gether with a oopy of this order, on the signpost nearest to the place where said deceased last dwelt, and in the same town, and by publishing the same once in a newspaper having a circula tion in said District, and make return to this Court. NELSON J. ATLING. Judge. The above and foregoing is a true copy of record. Attest: HELEN M. D RESCUER, Clerk. NOTICE. All creditors of said de ceased are hereby notified to present their claims against said estate to the undersigned at East Lyme, Conn., within the time limited in the above and foregoing order. ALVAfH MORGAN, oct3d Adm-r. c. t. a. AT A COURT OP PRO BATE HELD at -Norwich, within and for the District of Norwich, on the 2d day of October, A. D. 117. Present NELSON J. ATLING. Judge. Estate of Oscar L. Christianson, late of Norwich, in said District, deceased. Hortense M. Chrlstianson of Nor wich, Conn.. ' appeared in Court and filed a petition praying, for the reasons therein set forth, that administration be granted upon the estate of said de ceased, alleged to be intestate. Whereupon It Is Ordered. That said petition be heard and determined at the Probate Court Room In the City of Norwich, in said District, on the 6th day of October, A. D. 1917,' at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice of, the pendency of said petition, and of said hearing thereon, be given by the pub lication of this order one time in some newspaper having a circulation in said District, at least three days prior to the date of said hearing, and that re turn be made to this Court. NIELSON J. ATLING, Judge. The albove and foregoing is a true copy of record. Attest: HELEN M. DRESOHBH, oct3d CleTk. NOTICE TO SELL REAL ESTATE. AT A COURT OF" PROBATE HELD at Lebanon, -within and for the District of Lebanon, on the 1st day of October, A. D. 1917. Present ALBERT G. KNEELAND Judge. Estate of John J. Phillips, late of Lebanon, in said District, deceased. The Administrator appeared in Court and-filed a written application alleging that said estate is now in settlement In said Court, and praying for an order to sell certain real estate belonging to said estate, fully described in said ap plication. wnereunon. it is uraerea. Tnat said application be heard and determined at the Probate Court Room in Lebanon, In eaid District, on the 6-th day of October, A. D. 1917. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. and that notice of the pendency of said application, and of said hearing there on, be given by the publication of this raw once in me jNorwien isurietm. a newspaper having a circulation in said District, at least six Cays prior to the date of said hearing, and that return De made to me court. ALBERT G. KNEELAND. octS Judge. NOTICE TO SELL HEAL ESTATE. AT A COURT OF PROBATE HELD at Lebanon, within and for the District or LeDanon. on the 1st day of October, a. u. ri. Present ALBERT G. KNEELAND. Judcre. Estate of Jeremiah Stark, late of jje-nanon, in earn iistnet. deceased. Tlie Administrator appeared in Court and filed a written application alleging that said estate Is now in settlement in said Court, and praying for an order to sell certain real estate belonerlna- to sara estate, iuny aescrioea in saia ap plication. Whereupon. It Ts Ordered. That said application be heard and determined at the Probate court Room in Lebanon, In eaid District, on the 6th day of October, A. D. 1917. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon. and that notice of the pendency of said application, and of said hearing there on, ne given oy tne pu-oiication or tms order once in The Norwich Bulletin, a newspaper having a circulation in said Dlstriot. at least three davs nrlnr to tne u-iie ox saia neanng. ana tnat re turn De maae to tne court. A LB MKT G. KNEHDAND. octS Judge. The Charles A. Kuebler Company MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS OF Marble and Granite Monumental Work ' 39-41 Franklin St. Norwich - -- -- -- -- - Conn. Dr. J. M. KING DENTIST May Building WHEN YOU WANT .r out your bus iness before the Dublic there Is no medium better than through the ad vertising columns of The BulUtln. WANTED WANTED ASSISTANT SHIPPING CLERK No Experience Required ADMORE WOOLEN MILLS CO. Yantio WANTED Dye bouee and picker room help; also men In finishing room; good pay and steady work. GLEN WOOLEN MILL, Norwich. Towm. WANTED 8 or 10 Able Bodied Men GOOD WACES APPLY AT ONCE American Straw Board Co. THAMESVILLE. 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 8ALE J. C. WITTER .'. Auctioneer Auction Rooms. Evans Block, Danlelson. Conn. On account of being drafted, I will sell at PUBLIC AUCTION FRIDAY, OCT. 5TH, 117. . at lOtSO o'clock a. m 50 head of High Grade Holsteln Cows and Heifers, ranging from H4 years old to 5. all in excellent condition and as choice a lot as will pass under the hammer this fall. Don t fail to attend this sale. I shall also sell 15 tons of excellent hay, wagons, tools, machin ery, harnesses, carpenter's tools and 50 head of chickens. My pair of gray farm horses is also for sale privately. They are as good a team as stands in wind-ham county, well mated. well mannered and clever, weight 3000. My farm Is located one-auarter mile off the road leading from Brooklyn vuiage to uameison. conn., and is known as the Avery Tilllnghast place. HAROLD A. COPELAND. 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. BARTLETT Putnam. Cobb. TeL 181 or 182. 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 tha garden. FIFTY ACRES OF LAND. Several acres till able, abundance of wood 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 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 6HETUCKET 8TREET Masons' Building Materials OF ALL KINDS For Sale by The Peck-Mc Williams Co. Eastern Connecticut equal to Ttte Bul letin for business results. -WANTED OPPORTUNITY for young ' man of 18 to 20. of good character and educa tion, and who is anxious to learn a good business where honest endeavor will be rewarded. Apply at once with references to ' H. E. Remington Co., Clothiers, Willimantic. WANTED An experienced colored girl as second maid. Apply to Mrs. Robert W. Perkins. 42 Rockwell St. oct3d ' WANTED Hungry people at Buck ingham Memorial Friday, 12 to 2 p. m., at the dinner served by the Ladles' Aid Society of Lef ring-well. oct3d WANTED Academy student, first or second year, to work in spare time: give age and height. Address- B. at Bulletin Office. oct3d - WANTED Waitresses. Apply No. 41 Broadway, Norwich, Conn, oct3d WANTED Repair parts for Rosa ensilage cutter No. 113. Tel. 1046-12. oct3d WANTED At once, an experlenceo1 maid. Mrs. Obadiah. Butler. Hawkins St., Danlelson. Conn. Phbne 90. oct3d WANTED -At once, suitaible man on small farm who can mllta; wages $12 to $15 a week or $50 a month; also a strong, reliable man picking apples, 30 to 40 cents an hour. W. S. Vail. Yap tic, Ct. Tel. 33-4 Lebanon. Oct 3d WANTED Men, Women. Thousands government war positions open. $100 month. Examinations everywhere. List free. Franklin Institute. Dept. 37 H. Rochester, N. Y. . FOR THE SAKE of your pocketbook. if you think of a dress or a coat, think of The jeasnik Co.. opposite Wool worth's I and 10c store. Norwich. seplWWS WE BUY and sell tools, furniture, stamps, false teeth, antiques or any thing else; old books especially want ed. Write or call. Lojls D. Ward, 82 Water St. mar24MWS WOW! Genuine leather cigarette case free with 6 pkgs. of Chesterfield cigarettes, 20 for 10c, all for 50c. worth $1.25. This special sale for Tuesday and Wednesday only. If you don't smoke, send one to the soldier. Fa-sa-n's Smoke- Shop. oct2d WASTED Girl for general house work. Apply to Mrs. Calvert B. Cot trell. 21 Chestnut St.. Westerly. R. I. or-t2d w.ivrBD Aged persons to board and care for; invalids taken at rea sonable rates. Address Box 777, Bul let in. QCt2d WANTED An experienced second girl. Apply to Mrs. George W. Carroll, 2-7 Broadway. oct2d WASTED 100 women to save more than om-balf on their fall hats. Sane prices f r millinery at The Pasnik Co., Norwich. sepl0MWS WANTED One large or two adjoin ing rooms, centrally located, suitable for three young men of good character. Address C. E. S., Box 315. Norwich, Ct., stating terms. oct2d WANTED Young man in store; one that would like to learn the business and not afraid of work; not under 18 years old. F. W. Guild. 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 387. Moosup, Cor.n. oct2d WANTED Competent maid for gen eral housework. Mrs. W. N. Eastwood, 260 Washington St. 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 WOMEN who know values should see the pretty velvet ladies' shapes in all colors at 97c. The Pasnik Co., opposite Woolworth's 5 and 10c store.. Norwich, Conn. seplOMWS WANTED Good family horse; safe driver; good home for the right one. W. S. Case, 129 West Town St. octld WANTED All who wish (rood cider. sawing and grinding to patronize the Franklin mills. Our bolt makes nice tlou-r from wheat, rye and buckwheat. :. w. Grant. jNortn D'ranKiin. conn. Tel. Lebanon. octld WANTED Ladv for new depart ment; salary $10; must be plain writer and wide awake; one unemployed and selt-supporting and over 21 given prer erence. Write "Willing." care Bulletin stating name, age and address, octld WANTED Experienced weaver on eilk: or cotton tor Inspector in clotn room; good place lor tne rignt man. West Side Silk Mill. aep29d WANTED Girls 15 years of age; to learn quilling, west aiae suk jguu. sep29d 31 EN WANTED for conductors and tnotormen. 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. sep2d WANTED Five thousand hens and chickens 10.000 bran bases. Also cows. fat calves, and dressed hogs. Highest prices paid by Joseph HockDerg, isi Main St., Wllllmantic. xei. 4 -IB. sep29d . . WANTED To buy a small business to cost not over $1,000. Address Box 400, Bulletin. sepzsu WANTED A fireman; a good sober man. Apply Glen Woolen Mlills, Nor wich Town. sepzja BOY WANTS position to work after school. Address u. .Bulletin umce. sep27d WANTED A competent girl for general housework at la warren at. Tel. 1225. sep25d X A VrpDn All . V, n a.Mtn a nyl cars we can get; will pay good cash price for same. Phone. 725. aep22d 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 sep5d WANTED A first class experienced tinsmith. Apply George Despathy, Moosup, Conn. seplSd WANTED A competent cook. Ap ply at the home of V. B. Ricketson, TaftvIUe. - aug21d WANTED Second hand and antique furniture of all kinds; get our prices before you sell. A. Bruckner. 55 Frank lin St. Tel. 717-2. majrSd WANTED 25 Toolmakers, 10 All-around Machine Hands (must be .first-class), 7 General Housework Girls, 1 Cook, 30 Weavers, 8 Spanners, 4 Farm Hands, 10 Boys. FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU Central Bids, Geo. I Chesbro, Mgr WANTED Girls Over, 16 Years of Age In. Light - Manufacturing Etasfaeaa 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 FOR SALE FOR SALE One Galloway cream separator, large size, used about a month. Inquire J. F. Simpson, Jordan Road, Wllllmantic, Conn. . oct3d FOR SALE Thoroughbred Pomeran ians, black, 15 weeks old. John J. Fitzgerald, 181 Washington St. Phone 373-5. oct3-d FOR SALES -Bargains in Metz cars; 1914 Metz special, with electric lights. $150; 1914 Metz runabout, with new magneto, $160; 19-15 Metz roadster, just out of paint shop, $250; 1915 Metz tour ing car. starter end electric lights, $300; 1916 Mets roadster, new tires, starter and electric lights. $350; 1916 Metz touring car, run less than 3,000 miles, $876; 1-916 Metz racer, wire Wheels, bucket seats, starter and elec tric lights, $250; 1914 "Hup" 6-passen-ger touring oar. in good order, $200. Presto, tanks, tires and tubes and Metz parts always on hand. Metz Agency, 19 SXawklna St., Danlelson, Conn. Phone 1-83. oct3d 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. Pbone 152-5. oct2d . FOR SALE A 90-quart milk route in Mystic, Conn. Inquire at Ledyard Town Farm or Telephone 64-14. oct2d FOR SALES Two farms. 108 and 75 acres, adjoining, lt4 miles from Nor wich and Westerly trolley, 7- miles from Norwich ; $3,500 cash. For par ticulars, write H. Stowe, R. F. D. No. 1, Norwich, Conn. oct2d FOR SALE Thoroughbred Ancon:i cockerells. A. M. Merrick, 459 Main St. Tel.282J - octld FOR SALE Ford touring car. re painted, demountable rims, good me chanical order, practically new tires. Est. M. B. Ring. octld FOR SALES One engine and saw to saw cord wood; good condition; big bargain; can be seen running by ap pointment. Mr. McMahon. Mohegan, Conn.. R. P. 7; . sep9d FOR SALE Private family would like to rind some kind person in ihe country who would give their 8 year old Vermont Morgan horse a good home. Is perfectly safe for ladies -u-children to feed or care for; raif-ed on our farm and never owned by any-Mie else. Is used to all kinds of fr-n-work; a very nice driver; and a. regu lar pet. For good home and references price Is very low. No jockeys -r peddlers need apply. Call at priv:ite residence, 1204 Main St.. Willimanti-.-, 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 Cj.. 5t Main St.. Norwich. sep28d FOR SALE Three heifers, due to freshen. Price $165' for the three; also heavy express wagon. $15: and a top buggy, $15. D. E. Hickey. R. F. U. 4. Putnam, Ct. sep28d FOR SALES A registered Holstein 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. Lawrence Olorneck, Mohegar? Valley Farm. Mohegan. 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, Pomfret Center, Conn. sep2td . 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 17S, Wauregan, Ct. sep25d FOR SALE Pigs, thoroughbred, O. I. C. Ludlow Farm, North Stonington. Phone. 1861-13. sep22d FOR SALE! 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 SALES Four work horses. Call 1484 after 6 p. m. sepl3d FOR SALE: Seven passenger touring car. In flne.shape, $225. R. J. Walker, Storrs, Conn. Telephone ii9-23. aug30d 70 Cows For Sale Another carload just arrived September 29th. FRED W. HOXIE, Lebanon Phone 62 FOR SALE On Wllllmantic trolley, one mile from Baltic; a fine 9-room cottage and good bam; also hen coop, house newly painted, shingled; 3 acres of good land. 2 1-2 fine for garden truck; running spring water in house; all kinds of fruit and many varieties of flowers; makes a fine poultry farm. I have many calls for places like this but seldom 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 X06 Thayer Bldg.. Norwich. TeL 147. FARMS FOR EXCHANGE. Two excellent farms; can traae either for city property of equal value; one 27 acres, state road, near city, modern buildings; also 180 acre stock farm with tools and equipment, fine build ings, keeps 50 head. If interested, write or telephone TRYON'S AGENCY. JeSOd WllUinaatlc. Ct. FOR SALE A very choice Seven Room Cottage on Williains Street with modern improve ments. Price reasonable. Will make some one a very desirable home. For further particulars inquire of JOHN A. MORANi teal .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 Bold reasonable but must be disposed of at once. A. M. AVERY Tel. 1122-2 62 Broadway Broadway Property 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 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 ARCHA w.corr Telephone 1334 63 Broadway WHEN YOTJ want to nut your bus iness before the public, there Is no medium better han throuah the ad vertising oolusnns of The Bullstln. TO RENT TO RENT -Furnished rooms; also rooms for light housekeeping, 270 Main St., Norwich, over Brooklyn Outfitters. oct3d FOR It ION T -Four-room tenement at 152 Palmer St. Inquire on premises. oct3d . TO RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Mrs. B. G. Cong don, 82McKlnley Ave. oct2d TO RENT- Five-room flat on Maple St., cheap to right party. Mrs. Kings ley. Phone 596-14 oct2d TO RENT 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. 11U5-5. octld FOR RENT Furnished rooms with or without board at The Plymouth, 44 Laurel Hill Ave. Telephone 785. sep29d TO RENT Tenement of 9 rooms; steam heat and all latest improve ments. 51FairmountSt. sep28d TO RENT Furnished suite for light housekeeping heated; in the Marion Building. Ring rirst or second bells. ep2(id TO RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 27 Division St. sep24d TO KENT A rooming house; 14 rooms, umurnistied; 38 Union St.; steam lieat. electric lights, gas, garden, shed, and fruit trees. Inquire City Lunch, 14 Broadway. sep21d TO BU.VT Furnished rooms; also rooms lor light housekeeping, lutf School St. Tel. 1048-3 seplld TO RENT Centrally located six room flat, modern improvements. Ap ply at 122 Broadway. sep7d TO KENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping,. 82 Washington St. fnoue 2 i aug7d TO KENr Bp '.ement tenement at 56 School at. Inquire at Bulletiu Office. jy30d FURNISHED Rooms, The Marguerite, cool, clean, pleasant room No. 3 North Main St. jy9d TO KENT Neatly furnished room; also room f jr light housekeeping. Mrs. -Viay -Keiley, 7 North High St. Jeld Kl'ICMIillKU roma; returnable rates, suitable for light housekeeping. .Mrs. Emma .Morse, i & Union St. jy2id FOR RENT Three 6-room Apartments $20.00 EACH JAMES L. CASE 37 Shetucket Street FOR RENT House of ten rooms. t 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 tine residence section, near school and electrics rental 520 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 F! Rent- The building now occupied by The Plaut-Cadden Co.. 144-140 Main St. Inquire of THE PLAUT-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. ju;re at Bulletin Office. FOR SALE FOR SALB. Cottage Houses, Tenement and Busi ness Blocks, Building Lots, all in de sirable locations. List your property if you care to sell or rent, as I have a number of people looking for real es tate investments. 4VILLIAM F. HILL, Real Estate and Insurance. Room 103, Thayer Bid. Furnished Seashore Cottages For Sale or Dent at Watch Hill, Weekapaug. Pleasant View, and along the Rhode Island shore; also accessible Seashore Farms. Send for booklet. FRANK W. GOV WESTERLY. R. I. SALE HORSES I have - 20 Horses that I want to dispose of right away. Nine of them are big work horses the balance will weigh from 800 to 1200 lbs. Come and see them. ELMER R. PIERS ON. Tel. 636-3. mayl4d E. A. PRENTICE Real Estate and Insurance TITLES SEARCHED AND SATIS- SEARCHED AND FACTION GIVEN Phone 300 36 Cliff 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 & Co, with 160 feet on Thames River, must be sold to close estate. FRANCIS D. DONOHUE Phones Central Bldg. Norwich WtLLMAM YOUNG, R.N, Massage and General Nursing. Night or day calls. S8 Hickory St. Norwich. POETRY t v THE PICNIC. When twenty persons, moire or less. Laden with cake and pie and candy. With lobsters, clams and anything That happens to be rich and handy. Start forth upon their arduous way To feast In sheltered spot archaic. We know that picnic time has come With indigestion's ill prosaic. . The ladles scatter here and there One salad stirs, one stops to chatter. One lays a cloth, one heats the tea. One heaps the doughnuts on a plat ter; Like woodland martyrs sweet,, they smile - While perspiration rills their noses: Though all are starved, they talk of And sea's and pines and hills and roses. And when "at last the clams are steamed, ' The lobsters -ready for dissection, They argue half an hour upon Food values verstis prediction. The feast is voted grand and good. -The peaceful scene Is strewn with clutter. . The party drags Its baskets back With thoughts too. full of spice 'to utter. Safe in their; homes they sit and sigh. "It was so' warm this is so breesy Why take such rafts of. trouble, when A luncheon here Is cool and easy?' They vow they'll never go again. Yet on the very next excursion You'll hear them say a picnic i The nicest kind of a diversion. Percy Shaw. LIFE'S LEVEL PLAIN. I would not- live upon life's towering hills, . A heacon to be seen by whoso, wills. Where all the winds of hate blow swift and strong, The far frnm men to see their hurts anil ills. Nor w-"ld I dwell In valleys Where the tiffe Of life shall rise about on every side. Where I must struggle lest I, too. be swept From my safe footing by its waters wide. But let me dwell upon the open plain. Where I can see suns rise, moons wax and wane. " . Where -wide brown Toads wind by, and travelers pass With cheerful .greetings. without - thought of gain. Here let me live, and unvexed let me die, Friendlv to all who speak In passing by. Ready to give what each one may require, , Smiles to the hanpv, to the snd a sigh. Ninette M. Lowater, In the New York Sun. , ' HUMOR OF THE DAY Professor What do the buffaloes on the new nickels stand for? Voice From the Dead Because they have not got room to sit down. Lampoon. "There's no fun In automobillng nowadays." "Too many cars?" "No. Not enough pedestrians." Buffalo Express. "I want to reach people In all walks of life." "That's a xiarrow audience. old man. Better include all makes of pars." Houston Chronicle. Important Staff Officer (on urgent business) Why have yuu stopped? There's a clear road! Chaffeuse. There's such a dear lit tle cat In the way, sir. The Passing Show. "Bertie swanka a lot since he got his commission, but his father was only a fisherman." 'So that's why he talks so much nbout his 'ancestral hauls.' " London Opinion. "As I thought Flubdub Is flirting, not fishing." "Where do you get that?" "From his letters. . He mentions nothing but a girl named Tuna." Louisville Courier-Journal. "She seemed pleased with your so ciety last evening." "Yes; she said I reminded her of a sweetheart by death?" . . . . . . , . ... an ope , an sne ever iobi oy acaxn was a Boston bulldog. Houston Post. "Are we to be denied freedom of speech?" inquired the soap-box agi tator. "Sure you are," replied Officer Clan ty. "I was denied It myself the other night when I let go an' told the cap tain how he was runnln' the force all wrong. Tour talk's your own up to a certainpolnt.butlisteners have some rights." Washington Star. THE KALEIDOSCOPE rionaral TvTarltx the Bner rebel lead er who took sides with the Germans in Southwest Africa, and subsequently fled to Portuguese territory, called at the colonial office, Lisbon, on .Wednes day. .. It is now officially admitted that the coal output in Austria for 1918 was 3,000,000 tons less than tnat ror iia. Up to August 10, 12,600 miners released from the army had returned to mining work. - Decrees have been issued placing the commissioners administering the parts of Cameroon and Tosroland occupied by French troops under the authority of the governor-general of rrencft west Africa. Second Lieutenant Lufbery, the "aos" of the American Lafayette flying .... .1 Kmnirtit n t-nrn flAtmin aeroplanes in single combat on Sep tember 4 and 5. J-te nas now aestroyeu 11 German machines. i rnt crtm orv mnrKhnl nf ceremonies. called recently upon the Rumanian minister to offer his majesty's congrat ulations on the occasion of the king of Rumanian's birthday. "During the night of August 21-22, In a llvelv encounter on the right bank of the 'Middle Viosa (Southern Alba nia! one of the Italian partrols almost destroyed an enemy party, the few survivors being made prisoners. A statement has been Issued by the Serbian press bureau announcing that the removal of this year's grain harv est and other agricultural products from Serbia has begun. Considerable consignments have been sent to Vien-- na. The commission Investigating; ths Petrograd rising in the middle of last July has received information that Kameneff. alias Rosenfeld, one of the most prominent Maximalists of the So viet, was formerly 'in the pay. of the Kieft secret police. WORTH THBIR WEIGHT IN COLD. N'o man can do his best when suffer ing from backache, .rheumatic pains, swollen joints, sore msucles or other symptoms of kidney trouble. . B. H. Stone, 840 N. 2d St., ' Reading, Pa., writes: "I contracted a most severe case of kidney trouble, I gradually grew worse and for months was un able to attend to business. I began to use Foley Kidney Pills and soon found the pains were gone and have had no uchis since. They have been worth their weight In gold to me." Lee St Osgood Co.