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tne'1ilBTV VoRK. J5s5 1IA.VKJI AHO HABTFOlin IUIUi oJMYv To Dmi iUtfcaaejaerS ft Tee Ne-W York, Xew Kavr ane Hartford Railroad Ctmstar: i . .- KMIc !c liorebr etna that tn An nual limiH n Too Ntnv tortL 3enr JCav-erl and fori Railroad CtnMltT wt:l be held in HanotBM Hall. 3 Elm s erect. In the City of New HArrw Connecticut,- on weanesaay. ue I4ti day c wctoDer, 1917, at 1J e'etoc-nj Moon, for tne fol lowing purpose: . 1. To censicVer ud Uke "appreprtatfe action upon the Statement of th af fairs of The Km York. New Hava and. nartrerd Railroad cnpuir for tne year ending Dec. ZX. 1916. and all acta doacriWd tern a reported, at said meeting. 2. To elect ItsM f Dtreetonf Co serve until the next annual meeting: aad tti tiieir successors HU Hv been elected and qualified. S. Te act irpmt proposed 7n(1 mt to th StockfeoMersT try-laws a lUon: Amend Article III by cfcwrginij tha date for the anual Meeting or the Stockholders from the fourth Wednes day -of October to each year to the third Wednesday of Aprrt tn each year, and by striking ero the weirds "Cuair man of the Board" aad inserting in lieu thereof the word "President, s that said article aa amended' strait recta " as lollows; "IH. The uninl mt!ng- of tki' corporation at which dlreetore shall be chosen, shall be held ta tha City of Kw Haven. Oonaeetieat. on the third i "Wednesday of April in each year at 12 o'clock At, at tarbt place as shall he nxea py me nwnvii or jjincturs. fMCHS CTO :LX3 j Two Telephoaw EnUoteeT Km Leave for Camp Bavana , iigisssrafc VHlaajsrk Strike UWaattlfU-Tn Per nfc Wag Atvaa aft- DwyviWo MW- Lecai BanU'mej OiiKKc Aakad fee $50O4Ka3 few LiWty Laam, Oaa,th a Mooter We N 0saVWM&. Intensive Campaign for SaJa. of Lifer sty raaihv t Start Tfaia. Week" Sidney Steinhurst, of Westerly, Stabbed by Louisa OsFlomea Two Telenhono Mow Join Signal Caraa .... Chimney Fire at RTrai Ktoftsan'a Raa tctonee Pnaafrati Amend Articles JV. VII and IX by striking- -eat the rat ""Chairman of the Board" vbererer they em aad lnatntns in lieu thereof tha word President, so 'that said article amended shall read as follows: "IV, A special meettnar of this cor poration may be called at any time by order of the Board of Direetora and shall be held in the City of New Raven at such hour and place as shall be ni rrv the President nr Directors. "VII. For each annual and special meeting of the Stockholders the Board of Directors snail appoint two tadlers to receive ana count the vetea east thereat. In rase of the failure, of the Board of Directors to make such ap pointment, or in ease of the failure or Inability of either or both of the tellers to serve at such meeting, the President shall appoint another teller, or tetters, in his. or their, places. "IX. All the meetings of this cor poration shall be presided over bv the - President, when he shall be present. " . To transact any other business which may properly cone before said meeting. For the purpose of this meeting the . transfer books of the Company will be closed from Oct. mth to Oct. 24th. 1917, both days inclusive. Dai-d at Now Haven. ConneeWcnt. in"! r.r.r aay r oc-tooer. isit. By orrli-r of the Board of Directors'. ' ABTHFR g. QUA RK; Secretary. AO TICK OF" SPETfAf. NBETMCI Xotice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of the Stockholder ef The ""tv York. New Haverv Bud Ha,rtfora Railroad Company- will be held ia Har monie Hall, No. 9 Elm street, in the City of New Haven. Connecticut, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon ef the 24th day of October, 1917. if the Annual Meeting shall have adjourned to that heur; if not. then immediately upon tb ad journment of said Annual Meeting, for the following purposes: 1. To act upon the acceptance of the amendment to the charter of this corporation eont&iand ia an Act of the .general Assembly oi the 'State of Con. secticut. approved May 15th. 1917. en titled: "An Act Amending the Charter of The New York. New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company." in refer ence to tiie issue of shares of pre f erred stock. 2. To act upon the acceptance of i the amendment to the charter of this corporation contained in an Act passed by the Commonwealth ef Ma.arhii. I setts, approved May 2Sth. 1917. entitled: "An Act Relative to the Issue of Pre frred Stock hv The New Tork, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Com pany." 3. To act n pen a proposition to au thorize the issue of not exceeding four hundred and flfrv thousand 459.0(M) shares Of cumulative preferred stock of the par value of one hundred dollars $100) ach. the holders of which shall be entitled to receive out of the animal net income of the Company divMenda 1 of not exceeding seven per centum per annum: For the pnrpoe of this meeting the transfer books of the Oerpan v will be closed from Oct. 10th to Oct. 24th. 1911 both days inclusive. Datd at New Haven. Connecticut thi first da-.- of October isiT. By oni- of the Board of TMrectors akthlk E. CUVRK. Secretary Benjamin- Garrtlanff an1 Rich Xane. enlisted men ef the IT. SI Signal corp. lart- h-sre tttry- merntag ffr Camrp- Derews: TheS"" Have beewt fn the employ of thr RK ET companyv thj district. - Ferware?e SfthBeHw Hie. T Private Adelar Karhaoco, Fort Tott. . Wseee Katherirco u. AylwarJ and Kcrnreir Riinivan fdr warded SaturdTaj- a kimfci oemfort baa; eotitaimotfi many articles; JTenry (f. DeKiroe"Of Fair Rrrer eu. a. visitor with i rwndw here sunaa-. Henry Myers- haw been etc Boston arrd? interviewed s my ofBfelals' reiath e to enlisting- in the Qrua-ternrauater do partment. ReMrfved Bond 8ubaeriatieni Setae aabarriptioae fe" tttw eecond - isetna of Irfinei ty eemcbx were tarken- at lecal bantu SaJbuzdfeev Wendett Prearwieei hase reedamest mt a snttl iff finmviirer an has Mtsiie to 1 Providence, A For TeMetc Daniel hiyli wose heme is bare; but who vu ee of the- selected, men of the Bridge pert dlerret; i at- Port Totten, N. T., trsmsferretf from tnc DepoTt brigade at- Camp. D evens. Mie Jarwr C. Keanet eC Hkston. R. I., spent, Wnnday wdth frlende in- Dan ielson. Ca-rdar received here- front A!y indl - care that- Ehmlaieee boye- who- went to camp- kwt Thtrrsday ha.re- gone through the first enecking-up an pT-?icaI ex amination and arecesnferbbi- located in their barraefcs; Sportaman Reaiiy for Season. The ftonttne; geasort- openat toda-r and there will be many sportsmen in thi woods. Strike Unsettled. Up to SatBreta-y the- etrifce of em ployes of the Central Woretost com pany of Central "VUiaQs? rvneainel un settled. Mr. and Mrs,. Herbert 33.krnsiit leave for a visit with. Si. Bfnett'- parents n Canada. CtuB Maets. The first meeting of the Wot kahat elnb was held in f'ie veBtjy of atee Congregational church, Sa,tur-l.iy after noon. CensuKef With Prisoners. Fu1BJ Defender C. I. Tartly of Fut- nam was at tbe county ja:l to consult with prisoners wito are? t faee trirrt, on crtmfna cfrargee. in tns euperior court it Putom this- -jreele. WiUiam Taylor, - West Suie. w. to leave Dan-ieTson at an early data ami will spend tSia winter vtaiti,i9 Me chil dren in Putnam, New Haven and Brooklyn., X. Y. , am l4Te wiH. retire trom tbi Danielson Wa-ste and Met at company Charles Seder and, Fred, Hetuiin ctut- finulngr tile business. . Wane Advance at DayvtUov Another advance in. wagee of ap proximately -10 per cent, has bem posted by the Aaaawaga Woolen com pany at Dayrflfe amt win be effeetive this morning, Thi is ones ef several advances that hare, been voluntri"y granted by this company dqfinar the past year and places the wages, or its employee at another- new high rerr-I level.. It far .nndjsrstowsJ that wage a-dS i-ances in other woajew miUe. fcn Kl lingly are to be announced in. the im meiiate foture. ' The Assawaga Waelet company's employes are well pleased over th new advance, under . which they will earn unusually UigTv wages. NOTICE "Notice is hereby given that an an Plication and petition were presented to-he Court of. Common Council of the oi .-orwicn, at its regular meet ing held in the Council C nam Be? ei the ffrst day of October, 1917. request ing that the- grade, 'course. width height and level, along the respective entire front of the property of the owners nereinatter speciaed. be estab liahed" and that i T 'On the westerly elde of Laurel Hill avenue,, Herbert C. Williamson, Tbe lown or Norwich. Myra A. Waters Charles P. Cogswell, Amy Cogswell Alice W. Cogswell. Mary B. Phillio. Robert J. Cochrane. The t-'nion Sunday School Association of Laurel Hill J. Roggen Adams, Ellen A- Magner. John F. and Annie F-. Vallin (No. 299 Laurel Hill avenue), yrank D. Sevin, Caroline jv. Durnnam. On the northerly side of Tllmaa street, Jane E. Brown: On Cliff street, Eliza T. McDonald -.. mcnard Jlcucmaia iso. 2). On- the 'easterly side of Oak street, John Donovan. On the westerly side ef Chestnut eireei. jonj u. aiitcltell, Wlliam F. uaiiev. ) On the "Westerly side ef Broad ireei. Garonne ts. Scarlett, James j. On the easterly side of Broad, street, Walton B. Davennort . On the southerly side of Spalding onei, j a. m or wt. tasey. - On the easterly side of Broadway, Mrs. B. P. Bishop. George Oi Preston. On the northerly side of Elmwood avenue. Caroline Behriseh, Fannie L. Ltiapman. Agnes H. Paine. On the southerly side of .Williams Ftreei, unm-len 8. Johnson. . , be ordered to build and construct aiong tne front of his. heror its re specuve property en such' street at his. her or Its expense, a granolithic or asphalt walk with or without grano lithie or bluestone eorb.- er to repair existing walks and curbs, er to do eitner or anv or the above things as shall be deemed necessary and proper in the case of each nroDertv bv the Court of Common Council, according to 1 1 1 " iratjc ana course ox tne siaewaiK fixed as above petitioned for. the um to be done according to specifications una woricmansnip satisfactory to the Street Commissioner of the City of Norwich, and .have' iid work com pleted on or before the lftth day of .-uvemwr. 1 1 1 . Furthermore, It was voted and or dered by said meetlnr that said netl tion and application and hearing upon the same be postponed to an adjourned meetinjr of the Court of Common Coun cil to be held at the Council Chamber in tne c ity Han. Building, in said City. on the 15th day- of October. 1917. at S o'clock in the evening, and that notice tnereoi be given in the - manner re- auired by law. to th persons and par ties mentioned in said" petition and ap- plication, and -all others Interested, to appear, tr tney see eanse. and be heard n relation tnereio. The persons and parties named In the above petition and aaplication. and all others interested, will take notice ac- coraingiy. JERBMTAH A. DESMOND City Clerk--and Clerk of the Ponrt ef Common Council of the City ef orwicn. , LOUIS E. KENNEDY DAN IELSON Undertaker astd Embalmer Cpeeial Atterriion to Every Detail. BYRON A. WI0HTMAN Piano Tuner Ph4r 5S5.J g FirnVont Street ALL OETTINtt BUSY FOR LIBERTY LOAN. e ' Banking District ef Wlnick Oanielson ia Center Adsked for $500,000W Killing-ly's central Liberty . loan committee "will meet thisi evening, it in anRooneeel by Chairman TBrtee A. Tillinghaat, and will snap out plana for raising: the big- sum allotted to the banking dlatriet of which, Den-ictson is, the center, this district including- the towns of Kllliagly. BroaklKn. sections of Sterling; Plain 6ld, Canterbury "and PomfreL In the- rtre tha,t wilt be started with a rush this week the committee has a tremendous tak: before It. and the loyalty and liberality of the people of the district will be tested to met the requirements of tne government's call. ' This district is called upon to raise a reund bt Biillio JoHa. Tnt the task will be great, bat not Impossible, ta recognized by these who will aire the campaign. The S300.Q0Q. that the Danielaon district ia called upon to supply tewar the great three MlKou dollar loan that the roveimiavent wiiifiiV Boat ia a very large sum for thia banking district to o escribe, hot with every person doing his hit and with corporations- and organisation striving to meet tne can. mere is hope that it can be done. - On the first Liberty loan thia dis trict, allotted 267,0 as its share, responded magnificently and turned in subscriptions totaling f337,ft0&. Xew the New England committee asks thia district for a SO uer cent, irtereasm Jn subscriptions over and above the amount subscribed in. Jan, and this means a sum just ovar half a million dollars. v in meeting the earning Mar test nf tnia -district's support of the govern ment in the war far liberty tha com mittee will have one new consideration in its racotr. that tbe new isau nt bonds will bear interest at the rate o? per cent, per annum, as against 3 1-J per cent, for the Srst issue. Thia will loosen up streams of money that could not be reached for the first lean stnA will materially strengthen the chances ef this district's meeting; its apportionment. - OBITUARY. .mVs. Vf. N. Brown.' Mrs. Julia Slixabeth 'Brown. Tt. wfe of Rev. H. X. Brown, pastor of tne Damelson Baptist church died FVidav night at their home on Reynolds street. Mrs; Brown had been a sufferer from asthma for a long period of years. An acute attack developed -into pneumo nia and caused death. When Mrs. Brown's condition became alarming. Mr. Brown was m Stamford. He was notified and hurried t his home here. iu iiiiu fflrn. sfwn flncenscism. Mrs. . Brown was bom. is Colehutar Conn., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Au gustus Daniels. Besidee her h nab and. she leaves three children, Edgar F Danielaon. Leon V.. Spriasdale. rm - and Mrs. Elizabeth E. Ctoutrher, Stratford. This week comes the drive In PUt naea for- subacrrptiows; to- thee second issue of - Libanty bondst From, pulplts- on Standay and from various, other rsoorcss. ax the- week-end. cam the t-csOIai to rally to the. ftnajnciai- support or tne government in its oeatn Strugs eter against KMserianv audi alt of- tire 'sinister- evila- asnaciated. with- that worldbii-lU. I ' This time tho call im for tne peo ple amH the corporations said business-- enterprises- of ths- banking- dis trict of which Putnasn is the center to subacrtbe, for more thac$ i&0Q$O' worth- of Libeety hoods, and ttw chances- we ail in favor e sruccces f-or the- project. mifthty a it ia. - ThAr campsign t boom tbe Liberty loan befw- will- be intensive beyond anything in the past history of- the city and- its surrQundirrg. territory. The centiwl oojanniltae hsan, maipeeY. est plans that should- serve t areuse? the- rintejeet of every natriotic cittxen and cause star lusprseweomt traswr om sa scriptions. An bolutelr aaf invest ment paying 4, per cent, interest is- in deed a- grand pro-posit ion about which to. talk to an investor purely fron the inveetment aide of- the question-: but- in? addition' to- this, it is never to be for one moment forgotten that a subscription for a Liberty bond-,, el amftil or large denomiitatlaiu is. n money pledge toward: keening tha llisht of liberty burning throuzfeowjt ' the tworld. Putnam has, a- Higjt mark to shoot at in- it endeavexa, ,.to aui-paso- tb SRlondidr record set ub set the cloae of the first Liberty loan campaign, bot Putnam and. tire district fbn- which: it is the banfciits center-,, has high hope of surpassing, what it did in June toward' upholding the hands of the goverainront. Tanmat to- Canvaaei Teams of' efurvassera will aet busy this week, and e-ery person: who- can possibly do J.--o, y eoon4nzing or otherwise, is exp;eeted to subscribe for a bond; Nat tar Disturb, $vwngs 1 In this sre-air drive- for- the- second Liberty ioaar ens note of warnihz is oetria- sottnaea, however. That note calls attention to the necessity of pro tteeting Putnam's financisl- institutions lest over zea-Ious activity to. sell the Liberty bo mis reacts in such. a way as; to mean ultimate injury to tbe re ferred, to- institutions. Any individaial who withdraws a. savings bank, d posit or- other local investment to. huv n Liberty bond, is- doing; neither thet country ner the city at Putnam a na triotic service. q aucit. extremes, of enthusiasm, for inresttnerre in- the gov ernment loan, should) be o&oouraged; it is being pointed out on all sid'eat. by men who axe thinfeing- of this, dra iners interests during!' tn period) af .ter the war. and they are- mailing dear that it is the duty and in the- interest of every savings bank depositor ant investor in local enterprises., of' pep suns wno im,ve mono' on ae posit in. any loeaT Imnnciai- institution, to al low strch dposits,.and investments, to- remaia urKiaaturned asrd by Liberty bonds with- other- money preferably such money as can be safsds by elimi nating useless or frivolous exneneU tnreav.. y To Mobilize Idle Money. Tn, this gnes.t drive for bUUons ef money tatt caxryimr ot it war pre fects it is no the tntention of the government to draw Tiuids from sources thett re the baste- ef sound' local Snaueial conditions and", it is- not the die ire- nor inrteatiao of the gov ernment to have money withdrawn from places of denoeit that represet the stability of the financial stren-gtir cf a eemmunity. Rather the govern ment desires to. mobilize idae money and money that 5 iiro-iiuei"es& paying r paying so little that an investment in Libesty bendTs wiii improve its earn- iiiki power. Buy a bond by all means, is the A- vice given-, ce large a bond as vou pos sibly can: but pay for that bond witnout aisturomg tne present verv satisractory position of Putnam's -fi-rancia institutiOBta and without cre ating a condition ttiat i certain- to make w4y for an unpleasant reaction after, the war. There: is plmrtv of money in the eountry to meet tte 'gov ernment's calt and the other- calls that are to- follow, without dipping- into, the tunae rnnt represent the real reserve. strong of this district-. Buy a. bend: and save the money to pay fop- H. Sa ve By oeuis economicaL in a- bnndiwrl different ways-. Buying a bond and paying- far H with, money saved' from uitjEimiiuiT rrr rrivoious enterprises andl pastimes is. the real essence of pa triotism an absolutely net gain to the government, th cause of libertv, the community and the Individ.! Withdrawing money from n tfw-i hanking- institution ta buv a bond is like taking 5 one ef est poekee anr putting it in another. Buy a bond but let your local bamk.' deposits, alone, is the warning being- sounded here. yP Wfz Sale pec tad. that be wilt oar abas to lonve the hoeeital before the end of the (present month. After the stabbing De Flo-urea mads hir way. to the Perry hrme. where- he f is said to- ha,ve- been, boarding', and "was hsdinsr lw the- cellar there when arroetedi eeinfturst has- not been - coming, to- rUtrr.ra long. and. is- personally known to only a few of ' the railroad1 men- -who maker this- ar center-. Congroeactonal C. E. OfEiciaia. . I- The followin caamses in the offi cers and, commit tees, of the C. E. so ciety of the Congregational church hare been made necessary because of removals, from tw: President. James Gifford: view president, Frank. Mot calf lookout committee, Anniev Co gtm-, Mr: and" Mta I. C. Coidweil. Mr. John Child Mrs. A. T. Mdntyre Mrs. Gorg Ctarht, Miss Christ sJJel Gifford; Irmst green, Dorothy w right: .music eemmittee,. Editl Geeson: flower- com mittee, E Sis BntiMiK Telephno Mnnv Joi Sisrtni Corno Wilton Ft Greene- nd iscah MeNal- ly, who have been in the employ of the- s E, Telephane- cemoany. left baturdov swrnnr for Camp, Dovenst where they will- serve air members- of the Sterna eorwe- reserve.' Justin - a. Greenev witl a. party of friends, tored t Ayer Sunday for a, visit with his sort. f Police Captain Joseph A.. Ryan.. City Clerk Thomas- FT Ryan and Jean Gagno were at Camn Deveos Sundety. Captain Kyan visiting, with- his- son. Private Charleo Ryan; who- was-selected from thia district , Fire ait Womki Rnaidoneok. The arttto chemical from fhre head quarters, was. called; ta. Pomfret- Sat urday to- combat a chimney fire a the- fine country residence- of Mrs. 1. Mary A. Hotmin-. .-- Horn! From California. . John McMullen, of California, was in town- Saturday to visit at- hi3, boy hood: homer in. the Rasgwd hill nevttcn- j of" the- town of Pomfret. Mr. MeJf'ul len has. been very succesaf UL. in, bus' mess on. the Pacific coast. Judge- L. II. Fuller itr recoei?ing- from- an mdisposttion- that- has pro- Lretxtsdi his nseetdina at seicns of the Icitv eeur during -the past week. I MJesr Edith- DinswstH was. lea,er cf the- x. P: S. C- E. meeting at the Con sregational church Sundn-y evening, Rickey, Known in, Rulnaimb ' Ovid FJckey, tha halt boy who- was shot by a. woman whev was- enamored of hinj; nc a Providence hotel, an Wed-. nesday of last week attended, school in this, city, where- he has. relative-. Local railroad: men are- making 9 practice- of' sending smokes- tor local boB who are oneraiiny trains be hinf the? nnng nt in- Frawces as membera nt s U, &. engineers' regi ment. i Stts, C". "B. Sharne- will have, tho rn ambers ef the- King's Dan-ghters. at her- home for a meeting. Wednesday. Promised)' Jitney competition witl the troilojw. , on account of the ad vance in faret, has no materialtnett. Crowds Arriving for Annual Fai-. - fim utia n tT hie ve a Steal1 Proyisans and M:ney, as Weli as Team Death of Theint C QluanAn. - Preparations- asre - neartng? complex ticm- for the 4th- annua fair- of- the Stafford, Springe- ABrieulturol Society. Tho showmen began to arrive Sat urday- luoi iiiwn aneV new o themr had- their tents pitched . before night. Most of the race horses are already on -the grounds. With good- wescther the fair officials believe that thia year's fair will be- at record brcakec The entries far the races are numerous and in c'urle some speedy -ones. The fjchools will be close r.ll day Thursday- and Friday on account of the fair. i Many rielrora- nave aireaxty arrrrea Mr. and- Mssw Elmea E. Vinoone to Spend Winte U Bay Stale Fu- nerals. Mrs. Masos M. Minor, Joseph A. Rivers, Mrs. Cjhartes. Rock r Personal Items. 5fr. and Sirs. Elmer E. Vincent left Saturday- for Leominster, Ma s.. where Hthev- are to spend the winter. Lester Coughlin of .ew iork was cb guest of Conrad itutzer, Ssatur- dny. Conra4 Rock of Bridgeport and Mr. and Mrs. Louie Roek of- New Haven are- spending: a few days in the vil lage, having been called here by tha llness and death of their mother. Mr. and- J4-. William STeOaus'and. Miss- Hattie Hovfn. airt Henry Klip- pelt spent Sunday In liartlord. FUNERALS. and rooms at thw hotels. . and , bonrd ing nouses vin oe str premium uur-ins- the-next" few dmyn. - r Auction- at- Farm. t . Tho faminj; tooJs-. atuff ;tock at the tarm of George Pueci -were sold at public auction on Saturday, . Mere aM SeeiW SweraL of Hie Stafford boys who are row a part of the National Array in ca,mp- at Avtgb, Mass.,- wore home on a furlouRh, Sunday. John Cooper ?nd faiiHy of Stafford street havo moved to New York. itlss AUi.drc-db, Glazier recently, oper- . p -p(.ti.d1citis a.t the John- ' son hospital,, is- mqJsing a good , recoy . er-. Miss Lena Dean of South Orange :X. J.., no. been. the. guest, of Mr. and Mrs, Fred Wildy. Ht0ry TWesi. About. ' - Afc bay horee- arul ton- enrriage b' longing to John Rockwell were stolen from his barn on Rockwell mil, Thnrsday niihti Besides takinft- the- horse- the thief broke- inte tho houso and helped himself to provisions in the, Bastry anV took a- smmlt" sum of money, which he found in the peeket of" Mr. RocUweA's trousers. The prev ious niglt someone- entered the home of Betsy- Adams on Stafford street and took- pies and other provisions. Money wa arise taken from the- Adams housei Stare- Policeman Jackson came hero Friday morning and is at work on- a clu,. Mrs. Catherine Wullins is making; a lengthy visit- with her daughter,. Mrs, Ernest. rToyce in Somerswarth, N. H. Pr. G. Louis J?iclwlw of, Hhbokon, X.. JC is "spendins a week hv Stafford Springs-.. . OBITUARY. Thomas C. Ohaotn. News was received here last week of the death, at; Moimtclair. N. J.. of Thomas C. CUanin. Mr. Chapin wan ae resident- ofr Stafford Springs for about frre years and; returned to- New Jersey about? three weeks agn; Death wss due to tuberculosis. . Jamen Fittoa, of Wollastor. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Spellman. Joiuv Cooper suvil. family of Steffoid street have moved to New Tork. "Wallace, Da-v of Leominster.- MaTsa., has beet visiting his sister-, Mrs, Lil lian Haaeetc Mrss. Anni. Williams of .Chatham Ontario, is the-, guest of Mrs. E. F. Leach. A bill has ben introduced In Italy lu cre as ins: the taxation on larger in comes without affecting small incomes. , Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS . - OASTORIA SIDNEY STtiMHURST STABBED BY LOUIS DftTFLOURES Brnkeman Said to Coma From: 'West erly Was Protecting Woman Stab ber Was Beatfng. Louis DeFlcures, at teamster, was bound over to await a hearing- of his case, . after being, presented, in, the city court Saturday morning; charged with assaulting Sidney Steinhurst,. a braks nan, with intent to kill. Steinhurst, badly wounded, was at the Day Kim bal hospital Saturday and could not appear is- eenrt. ta defsnlt- of bonds of 112,000 DeFloures was taken to Jail at Brooklyn. Aeeorduig to the stories. ohUltuA by the police and other officials of the .city. DeFloures and two women. Mrs. John Eerry and Mrs. Walter Bates, were in a hotel: on-, South xrit street iate jnaay mgnt when Stein- auvsi wa8 avaie is saja to ne in westerly, went tnere to. eonsitlt with the conductor ef whose eree he is a member. He met the DeFloures party at the hotel and i said to- have remonstrated wnen ieM uouree proceeded to beet the Perry woman. There is a variety e aetaii as to just wnat occurred after the first passage ofi words between DeFloures and Steinhurst, but there .seems to -oe cmciai acceptance of the belief that DeFloures quarreled with Steinhurst after .the party left the ho tel and. near the old, Cbampeau store, stabbed Steinhurst . twice. A friend of Steinhurst's who visited him Saturday afternoon at the hospi tal stated that Steinhurst had told him , that the stabbing occurred out side the hotel after Steinhurst had again attempted- to interfere with De Floures' ambition: to. beat the Perry woman. Steinhnrst was stabbed once near the heart, this a dangerous wound, and oaeei in the back, this a long gash ex tending down toward the hip. Stein. frarst oh Saturday told his friend that uertoures naor a naiTs in eat hand when he attacked him. Steinherst's condition is not critical and it t ex- Mrs. Mason) M. Miner. The funeral of Mrs. Alice At. Miner, wife of Mason Manning Miner, was held Saturday afternoon- at two o'clock from her homo on .Clift street. There- was a large attendance of rel atives and friends. Rev. welcome E Bates, pastor of the Union Baptist church- conducted, tho services. Burial was in Elm Grove cemetery. Joseph A. Pi era. The- funeral of Joseph Albert Piece was held from his home on Pequot avenue at 3.30 o clock Saturday after noon, with many mourners in attend ance. Rev. Welcome E. Bates, for mer paster of the Union Baptist church conducted tho services. Burial- wa if the Fish cemetery. i Mrs. Charles Reek. Mrs. Sarah. Bock, widow of Charles Roek, died' at her hoVne on Dennison avenue Friday morning after over a year's illness. Shewas born in Ston ington in 1854, ttu daughter of Abra ham and Nancy Freeman Morrison, and has resided in Mystic about forty years. She was a member of the -Third Baptist church of Stonington. She leaves two sons, Conrad Rock of Bridgeport. anl Louis Rock of New Haven, and a sister, Mrs. Klieabeth Eate. of Stonington. Her funeral was held? on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from her late homo. Rev. Welcome E. Bates conducted tho iserviees. Burial was in Evergreen cemetery. Stoning ton. Social . ana? Personal, Mrs. Billings Crandall bas. returned to her home at atoddard s. Wharf, after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Haley. Mr. and" Mrs. Louie B. White spent Sunday in Pomfret. Mr. and" Mrs George- E. Newberry of Palmer, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Der- hM Coburn of Springfield, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sherman Htmmond. ira .oyes nas Deen spending a -week in Danbury. Henry- Deneke spent Sunday In Bos- ten. ' ?laude Gillfillan and Frank Gillfillan ef Hartford, spent Sunday in Atystio. BTrastus Fish: has returned to his duties a letter carrier, after fifteen days vacaiioB. Bergen L Greene sub stituted during his absence. ,i a , Tough Luek. Tough luck, indeed. The United Stages, is converting an unuaually big caoage crop into- Kraut, ana yet Swe den will net get to send any ef it to her German friends. Kansas City Journal. Essom Miss Isabel Ely Lord, sister of President Archie E. Lord, of the lo cal cotneU ef defense- and director of household science and arts at Pratf Institute, Brooklyn, has accented; ap pointment by Herbert C. Hoover, chief ef the home economics- seetion of the National Food Conservation work. Mies Lord bas been granted a year's leave troo her duties at Pratt Institute. MOOSUP Truck Crossing. Struck by pVevi dstttoe. Troi n n Driver Gets Off- With Injured- Back -Wage- . Increase ' at American Woolen Mill; Saturday morning on the railroad crossing Just the other sids of. tiie Union bridge, a large five-ton auto truck, owned: by Gibbons, on- ite way to- Warren, was. struck, by tho eleven o'clock train headed. tewarl Provi dence. The driver, who was in the fact of shifting gears, noticed tho on coming tram, just in time. to. whirl the truck to the left, thus preventing a more serious accident. As it was, tho driver was thrown from the truck to the ground, injuring his back. Tha right front wheel of the truck was smashed to pieces, throwing the tire about fifteen- feet from- the cross ing. The truck was heavily loaded with household goods. Was Increase. Employes of the American Wcolen Company have been notified that an increase in wages will go into e fifect thia (Monday) morning. It has been stated that the amount of the in crease will be ten per cent. Member Nf Maehine Gun Battalion. Harold Williams, who recently, en nsiea at rwiantlc in a company of r-oys using maehine guns, snent Fri day and Saturday at his home here. COLCHESTER At TIE Opposite Wool wortK's 5c and I Oc Store MAKE YOUR 57c LOOK LIKE A DOLLAR BILL BY TAK- ING ADVANTAGE OF OUR. 57c. SALE UdHS Silk Stripcfc Wairta, 57c Ladies' Bungalow Aprons with elastic belts . .' 57c Ladies' Velvet Hats .. . . 57c Ladies' Fine Gingham House Dress Aprons.......... 57c, Three pairs Burson Hose black or white, 57c . Heavy Ribbed Children's, Underwear 2 for 57c Heavy Ribbed Ladies' Shirts or: Drawer. .......... 2, for 57c Corset Covers,, neatly trimmed,. .3 for 57c Babies' Caps, hand knitted- of silk, and wool. 57c Children's Heavy Galatea Rompers, . . . . . . ... ......... 57c Babies' Alt-wooL Sweaters .... . . . 57c Baby Crib Blankets . . . ... , ... . . 57c Ladies' Muslin Drawers, with embroidery .2- for 57c, Children's. Outing Flannel Gowns. . . . .2 for 57c ' Children's Outing Flannel ighiv Drawers,. . 57c Infants' Heavy Bath Robes L . 57c Children's Heavy Union. Suits . ......... ............ . 57c Lathes' White Embroidered Petticoats; with, diist. ruffles and embroidery 57c Ladies' Envelope Chemiser . . . , . . 57c . Ladies' Chamoisette-Gloves 57c Ladies' Striped Petticoats . . . . . 57c Ladies' Jersey Bloomers 57c Waitresses' andi Nursea.' Apron. r. . . . 57c Boys' and Girls? Overallss. . . .. -. .......... .2. pairs for 57c Xadiesr Outing Flannel- Petticoats, v 57c, Infante' Cashmere Hose ................. ...... 2 pairs for- 57c Ladies-" Silk Hose. . ... . ......... ... .. Ladies.' House Waists , with belt. Ladies' Short Crepe Kimonos Ladies'. Black Waists Boy' Plush Hats with ear: laps-. ......... EVERY 57 ITEM 13 WORTH $1.00 Th,r tasrtlak;.' Oo. Opposite .Wbolworth's- 5 and lQfc Store. . .2 pairs, fox 57c . ....... . .3 for 57c 57. 57c 57c LEGAL NOTICES.. assessors1 Notice All persons liable to pay taxes In the Town of Canterbury, resident and nonrresident, are hereby notified: to return to the Assessors on or befQre tho first dav of November. 1917. a list of all taxable property owned by them on tne nrst any or October, iii. All list-s must be on blanks- approved bv- the State Board of Equalization and must be signed and sworn to ana per fected according- to. law. All persons failing to make- a list will be charged a penalty of 10 per cent, additional, according to law At- the same time all those having in charge exempt property will make s return of same according to law. Blank lists may be obtained of either or tne Assessors or tno Town cie-.K, The Assessors wiU be to receive lists at the Postoffice in Packer on Saturday. Oct. 13th, from 10 a. m. to 12 m.: from 1 to 3 n. m. at the Post office at Soutti Canterbury; at the Town Clerk's Office Monday and Tues day. Oct. lath and 16th from 10 a. m to 3 p. m.; at the Town Hail Monday LEGAL HOTICES- Oct; 22d 10 a. m, rated 1917. and Thursday, Nov. 1st, from to 3 p. m at Canterbury, Conn., Oct. 6, ARTHVR C. BENNETT, EDWARD BAKER. LEVI N. CLARK. Assessors. The new crosswalk from Cragin's corner to, Williams' corner fs nearly nnisnea ana win be a great improve ment over th old walk, which had v.orn. so that the center was always r;,i or water during wet weather. The Homo Guard hold m drill Sun day afternoon in tbe lot back of Van Clevis' residence. Mr. and Mrs. Harrv E'srart. Mrs. Joseph AsranQvitch and S. H. Ktd- lgg, were visitors in Norwich, Thurs day, Theodore Schultze of Xorwich was a recent caller in town. Charles A. Williams, has- gone to Hartford for a few days' visit. Mrs. Michaol PHscolI has been the guest of- friends in Middletown. Sheriff George Stanton- was- a bus iness caller in town- Friday. Woaster lodge, F. & A. M-. hold a reg-alar communication Friday eve ning in Masonic hall. - LEGAL NOTICE, jVOTK-B TO CRKIUTOnH. AT- A COCRT OF PROBATES HELD at Norwich, within and for the District ci .hotwc-o, on. tne etn day or October, A. D. 1917. Present NEiSON J. ATLIJiG. Judee Estate of Oscar I Christianson. late ef Norwich, ire said District, deceased. Ordered. That the Administratrix: cite. luv vreaiturs oi saia aeceasea to Dring in their claims against said estate within six months from- this data, by posting; a notice to that effiect, to grether: with a copy of this order, on the sig-npost 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 thfcs Cowr. NELSON J. A YUNG. Judge. The above and foregoing is a true copy ot recarcfc Attest: HELEN M. DRBSCHER.. Clerk. NOTIC'B FOft ALLOW.UICB. OF- AIJ MISTISTRATIOJI ACCOUNT. AT A COURT OF PROBATE HELD at Lebanon, within and for the District or Lebanon, on the 2d day of October A. D. 1917. e Present ALBERT G. KNEELAND, juciere. Estate of Melispa McCall. late of Lebanon, in said District, deceased. The Executor exhibited his adminis tration account with said estate to the Court for allowance; it Is therefore . Ordered. That the 12th day of Octo ber. A. D. 1917, at 3 o'clock in the after noon, at the Probate Court Room In Lebanon, in said District, he, and the same Is. appointed for hearing the same, and the said Executor is directed to give notice thereof by publishing; this order once in The Norwich Bulle tin, a newspaper having: a circulation in said District, and by posting: a copy hereof on the public signpost in sain Lebanon, nearest where sajd deceased last dwelt, at -least six days prior to the date of said hearing, and make re turn to the Court. ALBERT G. KKEELASD. octSd Judge. AT A COURT OF PROBATE! HELD at Norwich, within and for the District of Norwich, on the 6th day of October, A. D: 1917. Present NELSON J. AYLTNG. Judge. Estate of Amy Irons, late of Lisbon, in paid District, deceased. The Administrator appeared in Court and filed a written application alleging that said estate is now in settlement in said Court, and proving for an order to sell certain real estate belonging to said' estate, fully described in aad ap plication. WVnn-,.11 nnn Tt Ta flr?.r TTlfl f Bji Id application be herd and determined at the Frmyafe Court Room in the city or Norwich, in said District, on the 11th day of October. A. 0. 1917. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice of the Pendency of sa!d application, and of said he-ring thereon, be ariven by the publication or tnls oner once in some newspaper having a circulation in said District, at least, three days prior to the date of said hearing, and that res turn, bo- made t.- the Court. NELSON J. AY LING, Judge. The above and foregoing Is a true copv of record. . Attest: HELEN M. DRE?CHFR. octSd Clerk. ASSESSORS' NOTICE All persons liable to pay taxes in Ihe Town of Colchester ere hereby no tified to return to the Assessors on or before the first, day of, November, 1917, a written or printed lit, properly signed and sworn to. of all taxable property owned, 'by- them on the nrat day of October, 1917. Those failing to make a list will be charged a penalty of 10 per cent, ad ditional, according:, to law. The Assessors wilj meet In who Se iectmen's Room, in Colchester to re ceive said lists on the following days: Oct. 13th. 20th and 27th. and Nov. 1st. 1917.- from 10 o'clock a, m. until t o'clock p. m. Dated at Colchester. Oct. 6th. 11T. ALBERT H. FOOTE, . SAM V E L-G ELLE RT, GEORGE KRAMER, Assessor. NOTICE All persons liable to pay taxes in. the City of' Norwich are hereby noti fied that-1 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 oiling or sprinkling streets in the year 1918, are Include! 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 Qfnce daily from 8 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.. and from 2 to 5 p. m until November 10. 1917, except the follow ing days: Tuesday, Oct. le, I will be at the store of Edward McXamara, 159 Sa chem St., Falls, from 12 m. to l 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. 1, will be at tha drug store of George M. Rathbone, West Side, from 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. Friday, Oct. 19, 1 will be at the store - of John G. Potter & Sons, East Side, from 11 a. m. to 1 p. jn. Legal fees and additions will this be no- made. to those who neglect tlce. 5THOMAS A. ROBINSON, Collector, Norwich, Conn.. Sept 17. 1917. . American House Special Rates- to Theatre Troupes, Traveling, Men,. Etc. Livery Connection Shetucket Street FARREL 4V SANDERSON, Props. 1 ' Phone 754. KOTICE. AJL ereditom at eald de ceased are hereby notified to present their claims aaainst said estate to the undersigned: at Sfl Boewell Avel. Nor- y WIIKN YOU WANT to put your hus-. Z berora the public there is no rwj-tt. CEi2&H. at lUB 1 S l i AifSrJ, mromm noise- nn luruujfn im n- oetSd Administratrix. verfislng eoiusaaa r Tho BuUatisv Assessors' Notice! All persons lable to pay Taxes in the Town of Norwich, are hereby notified to return to tha Assessors on or before tho first day of November, 191 7, a writ ten or printed list, properly signed and sworn to, of all taxable property owned by them on the First day of October, 1917. Those failing to make a list will 'be charged a penalty of Ten Per Cent additional, according to law. At the same time and place all those having- in charge Exempt Property will make a return of same, according to law. 'Blanks may be obtained at tha As sessors' Office in City Hall, or will W sent by mail upon application. Office If ours: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. . Lists will' ba received beginning. Tuesday, October 2nd. 1917. Dated at Norwichi Conn., Sept. 27th, 117. FRANK. H. WOODWORTH ALBIE L. II ALE MICHAEL J. C URRAN Assessors V