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FAIR AND WARMER TO DAY PARTLY CLOUDY TOMORROW FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DESPATCHES NORWICH. CONN, MONDAY, OCT. 15, 1917. f l ) What Ik Going On Tonight - Movlner Pictures at the Auditorium. - Uoving Pictures at the Breed The atre. " Vaudeville and Photoplays at the Davis Theatre. Adjourned Council Meeting: in Coun cil Chamber. Hainan Kl v dtm-bs W&uraaui TTnnqp EulldinK at 7.30. 4rmTrvicl1 Riais m5ets at tfce i LfS5 se- t1,,' L - - F-meets -Inv22d.F,el,?ws. H5t1L Norwich Aerie. No. meets in Eagles Hall. Ladles' Auxiliary, Dlv. No. 18, A. O. H.. meets in Foresters' Hall. - Sedgwick Camp. No. 4. S. of V., meets in .Buckingham Memorial. ANNOUNCEMENTS STONE HOUSE SOLD. Mansion at Watch Hill Purchased by Chicago Magnate Through the Frank. - W. Coy Real Estate Agency. The large, two-story mansion, known ! as the Stone House, wits six acres of Improved and beautiful surroundings, located between Ocean View highway ard the Atlantic avenue, at WatcTj Hill, and built about two years ar by William W. Lawrence, of New Toi k, aince deceased, has been sold by the Frank W. Coy Real Estate agency of Westerly, to C. Bai Llhme, or Chi- it .. . . TVila T b n.,hane thA laVef n rl This is perhaps the largest and -most costly place at the Hill and : Compound enougn, ana I nope uus iet which Mrs. Lawrence considered too ter will lead other suffering women to large for her now as a summer home. ; try Mrs. BENJAMIN F. BLAKE, The Lawrences had occupied the man-! R.p.D. No. 5, Box 22, Madison, Wis. ion two weeks, when Mr. Lawrence There must be more than a hundred r.rr-'Er rVhT m hT,r among other business Interests, is sec retary of the Mathiessen and Hegeler Zinc company, and resides at 1200 Lake Shore drive, Chicago. Mrs. Lawrence has purchased from the Coy agency, a tract of land east of the Llhme property, where she will build a smaller house. BREED THEATRE. .Gertrude McCoy and a Powerful Cast ri in "The Silent Witness," the Great-1- esx Drama Since Madame X, Fea ' ture For Today and Tuesday. Today and Tuesday the - Breed will present one of the strongest bills of feature photoplays that has ever been presented In this vicinity, and Is head ed by the special eight act drama, "The Silent Witness." This is a pic turization of the famous play of that title, wiiich enjoyed such a distinguish ed run on Broadway, New York, and was praised by the newspaper critics as the bifrgest drama since the cele brated Madame X. The cast is one of exceptional strength and balance, with Gertrude McCoy starring. Captain Lambert directed "The Silent Witness" and his sensitive feelintr agd keen ap preciation for dramatic values has "resulted in a super feature that has mlendldly maintained suspense and a fittingly handling of each situation. Pearl White will also be seen in Tbe Fatal Ring, a continuation of that startling story and in this chapter there is a series of thrill aft er thrill. The latest war news in the Herst-Pathe weekly completes the bill tor today and Tuesday. AUDITORIUM. The Spy, in Eight Acts, With Dustin Farnum and an All Star Cast, Fea ture Attraction at the Auditorium . Today, Tuesday and Wednesday Ed - ward T. Connelly in New Songs and ; The Mutual Reel Life Completes the Programme. An American's sacrifice of life and all It holds dear to him. to save his countrymen and learn the secrets of the German spy system, forms the theme of the stirring Wil!iam Fox production. The Spy, which, with Dug tin Faiiniui in its lead, comes to the AuUltorlum theatre today for" three days' run. Dustin Farnum. one or the few popular men stars of the screen, plays the role of Mark Ouain tance, a man of wealth and social po sition, who undertakes the hazardous task of gaining a list of the Teutonic spies in the United States. The odd feature about this thrilling drama is that It contains all the vigor and ex citement of war, without a single bat- Tie scene being flashed on the screen Realizing that the public has a surfeit of such views, the Fox company ar ranged Its story in such fashion that It was found necessary to fire a single shot during the taking of the picture. - Edward T. Connelly has been held over for a second week and will ap pear at each performance In an entire change of programme. There will bo a slight advance in prices during he engagement of The Spy. All seats at the matinee will be 15 cents. Evening, Krcnesira au cents, paicony 15 cents Children 10 cents. Owing to the large programme the first show will start in tne evening at 6.45. Coming Concert Series Arouses Great Interest. The greatest enthusiasm and inter est is manifested -.by music-lovers and promoters to secure for Norwich tho eerles of concerts by the following distinguished artists. These famous artists have been tentatively engaged and are to appear on assigned dates If a sufficient advance subscription list Is secured. Many subscriptions are sent in each flay, but there Is still lacking the nec ceem ji number of subscribers. Will not those who have not responded give this matter their immediate attention and send in, their subscriptions with out delay. . , There is no thought of financial gain in this enterprise. Just an earnest ef ford to bring great artists to our city, to maintain our high standards in mu sic and make these concerts self-sus taining. The price of the tickets has. baao put at the lowest possible figure in erder that the majority of people may ftas the benefit of such wonder ful concerts. At this time sub scriptions only are asked for. No ticksts are to be paid for until suffi cient advance subscriptions are se cured. The net proceeds will be giv en r the benefit ot the Red Cros. Thse celebrated artists have been tentatively engaged: -.The Flonzaley Quartet, on Novem ber Th Words are inadequate to ex press the rare merit of this organiza tion. Its remarkable achievements, and it artistic excellence. It is suf ficient to say that they are the Great est Chamber Quartet in the World. On December 3rd, the widely known CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MOXEY ' DOIfT MTSS THIS. Ct out this slip, enclose with Be and mall it to Foley & Co, 235 Sheffield Ave., Chicago. 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive In return a trial pack age containing Foley's Honey and Tar Comfojnd, for couirhs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Plils. for pain In sides and back, rheumatism, backache, hid pey ad bladder ailments; and Foley thoaf;hly cleansing cathartic for con- I in nf nation hiliAtiAnass. headache and'merilum bettor tSon nirnnvn tTne t- lugrish bowels. Lee & Osgood Co. TERRIBLY SICK WOMAN . :' Surgical Operation Thought , NeceSSarV. but LvdtaJbi. Fink- icuM(jr wuv buiatai.iiwr 1 I 4 TT M SM far Dpsi Jl Illf Jllll pound Saved Herc aJadlson, Wis. "I wu terribly sick -woman for over three years. I suffered with terrible pains in my back and was about to have an oo- eration when a tnena stua to me, 'Before having that operation just try Lydia . Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. ' So I let the operation wait, and my husband bought me the Vetr- e table Compound and it bai made me a well woman and we have a lovely baby srirL We cannot praise Lydia a, iinkham S vegetaDia thousand women in this country who. like Mrs. Blake, have proven what won ders Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound can do for weak and ailing women. Try it and Bee for yourself. All women are invited to write for free and helpful advice to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass. prima donna soprano, Mme. Helen Stanley will appear. Possessed of a glorious soprano voice, rare artistic interpretation, and charraing person ality, Helen Stanley wins her admir ers at once. Mme. Helen Stanley made her debut in the Royal Opera in Wurzburg. An engagement for two years followed. On returning to America, she won renown as prima donna soprano of the -Chicago Opera Co., and later with the Ellis Opera Co., on whose tour she shared honors with Geraldine Farrar, singing Micaela to, Miss Farrar.'s Carmen. Her operatic triumphs have been duplicated on the concert stage. " On January 11th, Jacques Thibaud. the brilliant French violinist and Mar garet Jamieson, the talented young pi aniste will appear. Back from the European war, on leave of absence from the French army, granted because of injuries sustained, Jacques Thibaud is in Amer, ica one of the most notable figures in the musical world. Thibaud, as a violinist of the French school, is without a rival, producing a pure and lovely tone, and possessing a caressing style all his own. Philip Hale, the Boston critic says "Mr. Thibaud gav the finest and noblest performance of Bach's Chaconne within our memory, nod do we forget the names and deeds of Joachim, Sarasate, Ysay.e, and other masters of the violin. Miss Jamieson is an artist of genuine talent, well chooled in inter pretation of poetic qualities and ex treme facility in the technical de mands. In her recitals she has won an envi able repui,tion. Tickets for this splendid series are only S3. 50, which includes reserved seats. It is seldom that such a great mu sical treat is offered at such low figures. , It is for the people of Norwich to make by their subscriptions these concerts possible. Subscriptions may be left at Cran ston's, 25 Broadway. Let us make these concerts a great success. DAVIS THEATRE Two Stupendous Features Today Madge Kennedy in Baby Mine, and Winifred Allen in . The Haunted House Picture Plays Par Excel lence. An unusual attractive photoplay program will appear in this city to day when Madge Kennedy, the fa mous comedienne of Twin Beds and E'air and Warmer, makes her first ap pearance as a motion picture star in Margaret Mayo's rollicking farce com edy, Baby Mine, at the Davis theatre In six act3. This production is the first comedy offering by the Goldwvn Pictures Corporation, which ha3 ar ranged a long programme of big pro ductions with 'such stars in addition to miss Kennedy, as iMaxine Elliott, Jane Cowl, Mary Garden and Mabel Normand. The other super feature on the bill is winirrea Allen, rrrianigle's "bird girl," featured in The Haunted House, in flv-3 acts. She appears as a lirtln clri nt New England village who knows the . uiu wiuiuunea Wltn tnem. Near the town is an old mansion in- uuuiLeu py a gnost. When a young rt-oDer seeKs reruge there .from his pursuers he makes the acquaintance of this ghost, and a strange romance ensues wnen tne "ghost" casts off the white robes and becomes very hu man. Bargain matinee at 2.15, 10 and 15 cents, uon z miss seeing this show. LEGAL NOTICES. TO THE BOARD OK COBJfrT row. missloners for New London County: We hereby apply for a license to sell and c-iuiiu.us3 spirituous ana intoxicating liquors, ale. lager beer Rhino win. and cider under the name-and style of Daniel F. Murphy & Co. in the building except In the rooms and apartments In said building, any part or parts of wmcn are cut on or partitioned in such ruiiiiner as io lurm oootns. siae rooms, or retiring i-nnma fbui- nlM. w v. .... i ness is not located within two hundred feet in a direct line from nnv hiinh edifice or public or parochial school, or tho premises pertaining thereto, or any pvniviiiwt u'ui iiorary,- or ceme tery. Dated at Norwich, this 9th dav of October. A. D. 1917. Daniel tr Murphy. Joseph P. Sullivan, Applicants. We. the undersigned, are electors and taxpayers, owning real estate, of the Town of Norwich, and hereby sign and ( Pdnrf e the foregoing application of uaniei r . aiurpny as iso. xor a license. and hereby certify that said appli cants are suitable persons to be li censed pursuant to said application. Dated at Norwich, this 9th day of Octo ber, A. D 1917. William H. Murphy. John F. Craney, Patrick J. Morlev. Robert McSurney, James Ellis. I hereby certify that the above named f-igners and, endorsers are electors and taxpayers, owning real estate, in the Town of Norwich. Dated at Norwich, this inth' day of October. A. D. 1917. Chan. S. Horbrock. Town Clerk. octloM WHB.v YOU WAltT to not vour bus iness before the public, there Is no medium better 1bn through the ad vertlsinz columns o? The Bulletin. WIISX TOP WANT to put your bus- ness before the nubile, there 1 rt a vertisln columns' of The Bulletin. LEGAL NOTICES. TO THE BOARD OF' COUNTY COM missloners for New London County: We herebv anrilv for a license to sell and exchange spirituous and intoxicating i iquors, ale, lager beer, Rhine wine .T!i1 -elder under Lhe name and style of ' jtfhn P. Murphy & Co. In the building rat 14 Norm Main street,- xown o-i nor. .vlch. except In tne rooms ana apart cents In said building, any part or .rarti nf which are cut off or parti vioned in such manner as to form tooths, side rooms, or retiring rooms, Our place of business is not located within two hundred feet in a direct line from any church edifice or public or parochial scnooi, or me premises pertaining thereto, or any postoffice, public library, or cemetery. Dated at Norwich -this 7th day of October. A. D. 'U1T Tntt IP Mlirn-hV Ellefl MlimhV ' pplicants We, the undcrsigntlrt. are electors and taxpayers, owning rea state, of the Town of Norwich, and .ereby sign and endorse the foregoing , rnllr-ntinn of John F. Murphy &. Co. nr a llnai- and heTeby certify that .aid applicants are suitable persons to -ie licensed pursuant to said applica tion. Dated at Norwich, this 7th day r rv.trvh.vr A D 1917. John J. O Nell, I. J. Willis, Thomas McMahon. James Sullivan. James T. Fltzpatrick. l nere .y certify that tho above named sign an1 enilnrciArq urn electors And tax .avers, owninff real estate, in the t'.ttot, nf TMni-wlr-h. Dated at Norwich hi 9t.li rlav of October. A. -D. 1917. h'is. S. Hol'brook. Town Clerk. octlSM mn Ture lfk A II Ik OK rnL'XTY COM lissioners for New London County: We ereby apply for a license to sell and xchange spirituous and intoxicating iquors. ale, lager beer, -Rhine wine and cider under tho name and style of .muis Wunderlich & Co. tn the building t Xnrwieh and Hunters avenues, Town of Norwich, except in the rooms nd apartments in said building, any art or parts of which are cut off or artitioned in such manner as to form ooths. side rooms, or retiring rooms. Our place of business is not located vithin two hundred feet In a direct ine from any church edifice or public r parochial school, or the premises lertaining thereto, or any pnstoffiee. ublic library, or cemetery. Dated at VnrwitVh this 9th dav of October. A. D. !17. Louts Wunderlich. Barbara Wun furlich. Applicants. We, the under- i!ned. are electors and taxpayers. owning real estate, of the Town of Norwich, and hereby sign and endorse the foregoing application of Louis Wunderlich &' Co. for a license, and hereby certify that said applicants are suitable persons' to be licensed pursu ant to said application. Dated at Nor wich, this 9th day of October. A. D. 1917. George C. Preston. William P. McGarry. R. C. Plaut, Adelard Morin. Herman S. Sears. I hereby certify that the above named signers and endorsers are electors and taxpayers, owning real estate, in the Town or Norwicn. Dated at Norwich, this 9th day of Octo ber. A. D. 1317. Unas. s. rtoinrooK, Town Clerk. octl5M WANTED Conscientious Young Man AS TIMEKEEPER AND ASSISTANT IN MILL . STEADY EMPLOYMENT Winchester Woolen Co. NOTICE All persons liable to pay taxes in the City of Norwich are hereby noti fied that I have a warrant to levy and collect a tax of thirteen (13) mills on the dollar on the City List of 1917, made from the Town List of 1916, pay able October 10, 1917, and notice is hereby given that assessments to cov er the cost of oiling or sprinkling streets in the year 1916, are included in the rate bill, and are payable at the time of the collection of said tax; and for the purpose of collecting said tax and said assessments I will be at the Collector's Office daily from 9 a. m. to 12:30 p. m., and from 2 to 5 p. m., until November 10, 1917, except the follow ing days: Tuesday, Oct. 16. I will be at the store of Edward McNamara, 159 Sa chem St., Falls, from 12 m. to 1 p. m. Wednesday, Oct, 17, I will be at the drug store of John A. Morgan, Green viile, from 11 a. m.' to 2 p. m. Thursday. Oct. 18, I will be at the drug store of George M. Rathbone, West Side, from 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. Friday, Oct. 19, I will be at the store of John G. Potter & $ons. East Side, from 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. Legal tees and additions will be made to those who neglect this no tice. THOMAS A. ROBINSON, Collector. Norwich, Conn.. Sept 17, 1917. NOTICE Taken by virtue of an execution to me directed, and will be sold at public vendue to the highest bidder at the public signpost in the Town of Nor wich, 14 days after date, which will be on Tuesday, the 23d day of October, 1917. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, to satisfy said execution and my fees tnereon, the following described prop erty, to wit: 86 pairs men's shoes, 43 pairs men's low shoes, 71 pairs ladies' high shoes, 49 pairs ladles' low shoes, 364 pairs boys' shoes. 70 pairs girls' shoes, 41 pairs babies' slipes, 11 pairs moccasins, 46 pairs tennis shoes, 2 pairs men' storm shoes, 361 boxes shoe nails, l leather pressing machine. 1 Singer sewing machine. 1 roll paper holder, 3 shoemaker Jacks, 1 two-horse power Westlnghouse electric motor, 1 electric shoe machine, 1 lot shoemak er's tools, 1 lot second hand shoes, 1 show case. 1 stove, 1 wall clock, 1 boot and shoe repairing sign, 1 table, 1 awning, 1 bench, 4 chairs 1 lot toys, 33 white powder bags. 1 box white polish, 96 pair rubber heels, 7 boxes shoe buttons. 4 boxes buttonhooks, lot sandpaper, 16 boxes tan polish. 12 box es patent leather polish, 12 boxes heel enamel. 19 bottles polish, 1 box sewing awls, 1 shoe button machine 3 boxes eyelets, 12 gross Savlets. 15 gross heel protectors, 6 cakes wax, 1 nail cutter, 21 black ball markers. 1 marking ma chine. 1 box rapid awls, 2 bundles and 3 balls thread, 1 bunch shoe laces. Dated at Norwich, Conn., this 9th day of October, 1917. MEYER BLUMENTHAL, octlud Constable. WILLIAM B. WILCOX Auctioneer AUGTIOrj 18 BEAD OF CATTLE, consisting of a number of new milch cows and others to freshen In a few weeKS, i two year old Guernsey bull, 1 sorrel mare, 12 years old, weight 1150. 1 bay mare. 12 years old. weight 1000, 1 dark bay horse. 10 years old. weight 950, 4 hen turkeys, 2 gobblers, 1' pair pigs, three months old, about 65 head hene and chickens, 1 mail wagon with sliding glass windows, used for milk wagon, 1 two-horse team wagon, 1 two-horse dump cat, 1 express wagon, 1-top carriage, 1 mowing machine, 1 disk harrow, nearly new. with truck attachment, 1 new horse rake, used a week. 1 cultivator. I Eddv plow, 1 Eclipse corn planter, 1 Eclipse weeder I cream separator, nearly new, milk cans, palls, bottles, boxes and tank. 1 Iron trough. 1 one-horse power, 1 corn cutter. 1 pair team harnesses, nearly new, 1 pair driving harnesses. 2 sin gle harnesses, one nearly new. 2 ad justable driving poles, 1 wheelbarrow, ladder, hay fork, 100 ft. of Inch rope, new, and all small tools, too numerous to mention, 80 bushels oats, oat straw, II acres corn fodder, not husked. Sale will take nlace at Ledyard Town Farm- situated 2 miles from Ledyard Center, 8 miles from Shewvllle trolley station 2 miles from Old Mystic, TUESDAY, OCT. i, 1917. at 10 o'clock n. m. If said dav be stormy, next fair week ! day. Caterer In attendance. ALBERT L. PAHMETER J E. TALBOT. Putnam, Auctioneer AUCTION To reduce our teaming equipment, in order to make room for more auto trucks; and to close out our stock of merchandise, consisting of stable sup plies, we will sell at public auction to the highest bidder at our stable on South Main St.. WEDNESDAY. OCT, XT, at 10 o'clock a. the following: 1 pair black horses, weight about 2600 lbs., 5 and 6 years old, practically sound, and good work ers, double or single; 1 pair roan horses, weight about 2600 lbs.. 6 and 7 years old, sound, and good workers, double or single; 1 black horse, weight about 1300 lbs., 8 years old, sound, and will work in any harness; 1 bay horse, weight about 1250 lbs., 7 years old, sound, good all around horse. All these horses have been used In our business one and two years, will stand without hitching, and afraid of nothing; S sets of heavy double harness, good condi tion; 1 set heavy single express har ness,, nearly new; 1 medium single ex press harness, nearly new; 1 set surrey harness. 1 driving harness, lot of sec ond collars. 1 two-horse team wagon, 1 two-horse moving wagon, 1 two horse platform spring wagon, .1 two horse dump cart, 2 single express wag ons, 1 single Studebaker delivery wag on, new; I two-horse Studebaker farm wigon. new; 1 two-horse sled, 1 single sled, 1 two-seated sleigh. NBV 3IEftCHANTISK consisting of about 18 street blankets, about 12 stable blankets, several storm blankets, carriage and auto robes, sev eral dozen whips, several dozen web halters, bale of tie ropes, several leather halters. lot of surcingles, combs and brushes, harness oils, har ness soap, metal polish, axle grease, leather axle washers, harness rings, harness bits, whip sockets, harness snaps, bridle fronts, bridle rosettes, horse boots, veterinary medicines, fly r.ii, stock, food, and other articles too numerous to mention. , Anyone having anything to dispose of, bring It in and we will sell it for you. KEITH TEAMING CO.. Putnam, Conn. Don't forget the date. Oct. 17. 1917. ,FOR SALE 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 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 WANTED IVAlWEGJ Young Women and Girls LIGHT WORK, SHORT HOURS, GOOD PAY TIME AND ONE-HALF FOR. OVERTIME American Thermos Bottle Co. GirSa Wanted Clean Work Gcod Pay The Turner & Stanton Co. 251 Broad Street Day Fireman Men for Cloth Room . Two Painlers-mill work FALLS COMPANY GBRL WANTED Private family wants nice girl as waitress and laundress; nice home. splendid wages, steady employment. . MRS. ADOLPH LEVY, octlod 317 Washington St. WANTED 15 Toolmakers, 10 all-around Machin ists, 60 Weavers. 10 Spinners, 12 Gen eral Housework Women, 2 Second Girls, 15 Laborers, 2 Milkers, 2 Cooks (women), 10 Girls, 16 to 17 years of age. 1 Teamster. FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU Central Blda-. Geo. 1 Chesbro, Mgr. PORTER WANTED who understands running a Steam Heater. Apply at once DAVIS THEATRE LOST AND FOUND LOST On Friday evening, three keys on a ring, between Broad St. and the Norwich Club house, by way of MeKinley Ave. and Rockwell St. Finder please leave at Bulletin Office. oct!5d LOST or strayed from the Thomas pasture, one Hclstein steer 3 years old. Finder notify L. Cohen. Leonard Bridge, or Phone Lebanon 44-13. octlSd LOST A change purse with a sum of money. Leave at The Bulletin Of fice; ' octlSd THERE is no advertising medium In Eastern Connecticut equal to The Bul- letin for business results. WANTED WANTED If you have any pigs to sell, from 100 to S00 pounds, call up Astmann's, Center St., Willimantic. Tel. 70. octl6d WANTED If you have any pigs to sell, from 100 to 500 pounds, call up Astmann, Center St.. willimantic. Tel. 740. oct!5d WASTED To rent or purchase a second hand cement mixer; must be in lirst class working order. Frank W. Coy. Westerly. R. I. octlSd WANTED To buy a second hand bi cycle. P. O. Box 376. Baltic. Ct. octl5d BUSINESS demands women and men for high grade positions; are you pre pared? bend now for Bulletin 6, giv ing, complete details of necessary training. Pace & Pace. Hudson Termi nal. New York. octlud WANTED A good respectable home for a child 16 months old; a Protestant home preferred; please state what you would charge for board. Adcir- s B., Bulletin. octlSd WANTED Bread bakerTor night work; steady work and good pay. Ad diess B. B.. Bulletin. octlSd GIRLS and women 16 to 45 years old can obtain light clean bench or ma chine work at good wages while learn ing; very best factory conditions. A p- f ly The Royal Typewriter-Co.. Inc., lartford. Conn. octlSMWF FIREMEN and brakemen. $125 monthly; experience unnecessary. Railway, care Bulletin. oct8M WANTED Younrlady in Art Store and to assist In workroom. Butts' Art and Gift Shyp, 60 and 64 Broadway. oct: 3d WANTED A good condition. oetl3d small greenhouse in ttogers. fiione lss-i-z WANTED Ueese feather beds, ma pie. cherry and hickory furniture In families 4 or 5 generations, irrespective of condition; heirlooms in furniture, china, glass, yellow, brown and blue glass candlesticks and lamps, colored New York and other views and all curi ous things for cash. C. F. Dickinson, General Delivery, Norwich. octlSd WANTED Young man for collector; must be intelligent; no experience i-ecessary. Inquire Schwartz Bros., 9-11 Water St. octlfid WANTED Cider apples; will pay cash on delivery at my mill in Old Mystic; 20c per bushel for grafted and 15c for natural apples; custom cider making, 2c per gallon. Address Frank B. Clyde, Old Mystic. octlSd WANTED A second hand Ford car, touring, runabout or truck. Call at 49 Broadway, or telephone 388. oct 1.41 A MAN told me he walked one mile for a Cobweb Corner 3c cigar the other day; then the fellow didn't throw it away. Special lot of pipes, amber and rubber bits, good shapes, 75c, at Pa gan's Smoke Shop, Sailors' and Soldiers' Coaling Station. oct4d WANTED The Lenox House Is now open for business, octJd WANTED Girls 15 years of age; to learn quilling. West Side Silk M11L sep2J4 WANTED A first class experienced tinsmith. Apply George Despathy, Moosup, Conn. sepl5d WANTED A competent cook. Ap- ply at the home ot F. Ricketson, TaftvlUe. augzia WANTED Second hand and antique furniture of all kinds; get our prices before you sell. A. Bruckner, 65 Frank. !ln St. Tel. 717-3. may3d WE BUY and sell tools, furniture, stamps, false teeth, antiques or any thing else; old books oecially want ed. Write or call. Louis D. Ward. 32 Water St. mar24MWS WANTED Four fresh cows, giving 15 to 20 quarts each. Address S.. 49 Broadway. octl2d WANTED A driver. Laundry. Norwich Steam octl2d DO YOU want to sell your farm? have several prospective buyers; small E laces, preferred; no fee unless bona de sale is made. George E. Brlggs, Yantic. Conn. Phone Lebanon 28-4. octl2d EXCELLENT opportunity for an en ergetic and trustworthy man to estab lish himself with one of the great life Insurance companies; field work, can vassing and collecting. Address Insur ance, care Bulletin. octl2d WANTED Women who know values to see how reasonable they can buy coats, dresses, sweaters and millinery at The Pasnik Co., opposite Wool worth's 5 and 10c store. Norwich. EXPERIENCED salesgirl wanted in cloaks and suits, one who can speak French and do some clerical work pre ferred; steady .position and good pay. Address Box 14, care Bulletin. octlOd WANTED Lathe, planer, milling machine, horizontal boring mill, radial drill hands, Jones & Lamson operators, scrapers, erectors, assemblers. etc., used to machine tool work; permanent jobs; highest rates; we are operating an open shop and guarantee permanent positions to men who are qualified; there is a strike on, but we assure no trouble. Baush Machine Tool Com pany, Springfield, Mass. octlOd WANTED Young man for clerical work; no experience necessary.. Apply West Side Silk Mill. octlOd WANTED A horseshoer; one who can workon the floor. H C. Lane. octlOd .WANTED All the dressed pork I can buy; cash market price on deliv ery. Tel. 1413, Norwich. oct6d WANTED 10,000 hens and chickens; also cattle of all kinds; highest possi ble prices paid by Joseph Hochberg, 181 Main St.. Willimantic. Tel. 147-13. crt6 ' WASTED False teeth; we pay as high atv $17.50 per set for. old false teeth; no matter, if broken; also gold crowns and bridge work. Mall to Her dan False Teeth Specialty. 25 Teunis St.. Albany. N. Y.. and reoeive cash by return mail. Woolen Spinners WANTED' (New Mill) GOVERNMENT WORK GOOD PAY Apply at Once Norwich Woolen Mills Company THAMES VILLE - BOYS WANTED TO SELL VANILLA FLAVORING after school hours ' and Saturdays. Send J1.00 for eight 8) bottles that retail for 25 cents e:ich. Send post card for free sample bottle. WAKE FIELD EXTRACT CO, Sanbornvslle, N. H. WANTED - Dye house and picker room help; also men in finishing room; good pay and steady work. GLEN WOOLEN MILL. Norwich Town. THERS ;s lo advertising medium ! Eastern Connecticut equal to The Bul ls lis for buuntH results. FOR SALE .FOR SALE Farm. F0 acres, large 12-room house, large barn and- stables, 20 tons hay, many other buildings; also 7r. acres land without buildings. H. P. OsTiorn. South Coventry. Conn, octlod FOR SALE On account of sickness, two farm horses, owned by an elderly couple, absolutely safe for women and children, used to all kinds of farm work, 7 and 9 years old, sound, at your own price If you will give them good home; runabout buggy, $15; Concord buggy; two driving harnesses, 4 and 7; farm harness, farm wagon, barn utensils, at rear of residence 120 Spring S. t. Wlillmantlc. o c ti 6 d FOR SALE A few good new milch cows. Tel. 646-5. octlod FOR SALEFord runabout; car is In good condition and will be sold cheap. F. E. Miller. Dnyvllle. Conn. oct!3d FOR SALE Have sold my farm in the country and moved to the city; the man that bought my farm had his own stock: I have two nice farm horses, one a handsome brown mare, weight 1200, sound and a great plow mare, safe and quiet the other a Vermont Morgan horse, age 8. will work any where, from a buggy to a plow, strict ly warranted, nice family horse; I do not care to winter them. Call Private Stable., rear 341 Main St. octl3d FOR SALE -Good horse, harness and wagon. A. Goldblatt. 44 Franklin St. octl3d FOR SALE My farm. 1S3 acres. 10 room house, 3 barns, 2 silos and other biflldings, houses for 300 hens, all In good repair, 2 miles from Lebanon Center. E. A. Hoxie. Yantic. Conn. octl33 FOR SALE About 23 tons of good corn fodder stalks at a bargain: also 117 hens and pullets; choice laying stock. Wm. A. Tator, So. Canterbury. octl3d FOR SALE At a bargain. If taken at once. Stoddard Dayton runabout au tomobile, two extra tires, perfect con dition. Wm. Tator, So. Canterbury. oct!3d FOA SALE 100 White Leghorns and Ancona yearlings, now laying; to be sold at once. Rev'. J. C. Young, Bnzrah. Phone 1854-12. octl3d FOR SALE Barber shop and pool room In Taftvllle; 4 chairs and marble front, 2 pool tables, 2 show cases, practically new; can be bought reason able. Apply Henry W. Fontaine. oct 13d VOII SALES Some nice Chester White &lgs. J. Turnbull, Wauwecus Hill, orwlch Town. octl3d FOR SALE Ford car, 1912, in per fect condition, $250. Inquire or write Joe Gocher, Bix 1314. Jewett City. octl2d FOR SALE Those new beaver top ladies' hats In all colors. $1.97, worth $5. at The Pasnik Co., opposite Wool worth's 5 and 10c store. Norwich. FOR SALE Just think of this: A ladies' up-to-date fall model coat for $9 97 and $11.97; save $5 and $10 on your new coat at The Pasnik Co., op posite Woolwortb's 5 and 10c store, Norwich. FOR SALE! Four ft. irplltop desk. Inquire A. C. Matthews, 25. West Main St. oct9 FOR SALE A registered Holstein bull. Some of the best blood tn the state; also one Hallock potato digger. Cheap. Call 1851-12. sep27d FOR SALE Pigs, I. C. Ludlow Farm, Phone. 1861-13. thoroughbred. O. North Stonington. sepzzd FOR SALE Four work horses. Call 1484 after 6 p. m. sepl3d FOR SALE A very choice Seven Room Cottage on Williams Street with modern improve ments. Price reasonable. Will make some one a very desirable home. For further particulars inquire of JOHN A. MOHAN, Real Kstate Broker, FranKlln 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. I122-? 52 Broadway 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. BECK LE V 278 MAIN STRRET Telephones 724 and 68 A FINE RESIDENCE ON WASHINGTON STREET FOR SALE House has ' 12 rooms and 2 baths, modern conveniences; the interior is attractively finished in hard woods. There's a spacious veranda and a large lot. This property was owned by the late Mr. Frank H. Smith, who occupied it as his home for a number of years. A splendid location, an unexcelled neighbor hood, and one of the best built houses in Norwich. ARC HA W. CO IT, Telephone 1324. 63 Broadway. . The residence of the lafe Tr P. H. Harrlman. 314 Main St. havinc an es- ! tablished physician's office In it makes it a very attractive Investment, being so desirably located, etc. For fuller particulars, inquire of JOHN A. MO RAN. Real Estate Broker, Franklin Square, Norwich. FOR SALE AN ATTRACTIVE COTTAGE Six' rooms and all modern improvements Price $3,750. JAMES L. CASE, 37 SHETUCKET STREET WHEN YOU WANT to put your bus iness before the public, there is no medium better than "trough the ad vertislne columns of The Bulletin. For Sale TO RENT TO RENT Convenient tenement of fve rooms to small American family. $10. Inquire ut No. 53 Cliff St., City. octlSd TO RENT Six-room tenement at No. 10 Carter Ave. Inquire on premibes. octlSd TO RENT The hall occupied by Wuuregan Lodge, Knights of i-ythlas, In Sterner Building, main St. inquire of John Steiner, Tel. 471-11. sep2dMSat. ' ' "TO RENT Sever-room flat, two minutes' walk from City Hail, steam heat, bath, guu and electric connections, phone JJ4-A-. octlld TO RENT Hill Ave. Cottage house 176 Laurel octiad TO RENT Furnished rooms; also rooms for light housekeeping, 270 Main St., Norwich, over tsrouklyu Outfitters. oct3d; , TO RENT Five-room flat on Maple St., cheap to right party, Mrs. Kings ley. Phone 59U-14; oet2u TO RENT Tenement of 9 rooms; steam heat and ell latest improve ments. 51 Fairmount St. sop2Sd TO RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 27 Division St. ep24d TO RENT A rooming house; 14 rooms, uni'urnlsnea : 33 Union St.; steam heat, electric ngnig, gas, gtivueii, ueu, and fruit trees, inquire City Lunch, 14 Broadway. ep21d TO RENT Furnished rooms; also rooms for light housekeeping. ivb School St. Tel. 1048-3. . seplld TO RENT Furnished nooms for light housekeeping. 2 Wuvhlngton Si. Phone tit. auga TO RlilK- Bp ement tenement at 56 School at. Inquire at BulletiU Olrice. JyHOd TO RENT Neatly furnished room, also room I-ir lijrlu housekeeping. Mrs. May Keiley, 7 North High at. JelO KL'ltNIsHfcCU rooms; reasonable rates. ult.bte for light housekeeping. Mis. Emma Morse, le Union St. iySid FOR RENT Six Room Flat $25.00 JAMES L. CASE 37 Shetuoket 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 flue houVJ lots at reas onable prices; terms to suit. The Norwich Housing Co. ARCHA W. COIT. Agent Telephone 1334 . 63 Broadway Fob Heiii Tbe building now occupied by The Plaut-Caddem Co., 144-146 Slain St. Inquire of THE FLAUT-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 quire at Bulletin Office. FOR SALE FOR SALE An elegant Farm of 140 acres, land well divided, sufficient wood, water, two orchards, two houses in' good repair, barn to tie up 30 head stock, several other ' buildings, located near two stations and trolley line and on state road near village. Rea sons for selling. FRANCIS D. DONOHUE Phones Central BIdg. Norwich DO YOU KNOW that you could buy the Annie E. Lane property on Perkins Avenue? No better place for a home. E. A. PRENTICE Phone 300 86 Cliff Street FOR SAt.B. 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. WILLIAM F. HILL, Real Estute and liwanme. Room 10 Thsrer Bids- Furnished Seashore Cottages For Sale or Rent st Watch Hill, Weekapaug. Pleasant View, and along the . Rhode Island shore; also accessible Seashore Farms. - Sond for booklet. frank: w. coy WESTERLY. R. I. SALE HORSES I have 20 Horses that 1 want to dispose of right away. Nino of them are big work horses the balance will weigh from K00 to 1200 lbs. Come and see them. ELMER R. PIERSON. Tel. 536-3. mayHd FAHJIJ FOR EXCHANGE. Two excellent farms; can trade either for city property of equal value; one 37 acres, stnte road, near city, modern buildings: also 180 acre stock farm with tools :nd equipment, fine build ings, keeps 5u bead. If Interested, write or telephone TRTON'S AfiENCT, Je30d . Willimantic. Ct. American House 6pecial Rates to Theatre Troupes. Traveling Men, Etc. Livery Connection 8hetucket Street FARREL & SANDERSON, Props. Phone 754. HUES YOU WANT to put your Dul lness before the public, there is no medium bette chan through tha ad vertising coluuina of The Bulletin. POETRY li ! t-OO SATE ALL I IK fill. There is a prayer that's prayed atona In dear old Erin's land; 'TIs uttered on the threshold-stone , With smiles and clawing hand: And soft, perchance, 'tis murmured low. With sigh and falling tear. The grandest greeting man may know The prayer, "God save all here! In other lands they know not well How priceless is the lore That hedges with a sacred spell Old Ireland's cabin floor; To those it Is no empty .sound Who think with many a. teur- , Of long-loved memories wreathlnt The prayer. "God save all here! Live on, O Prayer. In Ireland still Live on for evermore, '. Tbe echoes of her horn to fill . . , . When uttered at her door, . . And guarding by Its holy spell The soul and conscience clear. Be graven on ench heart as well. v The prayer, "God save al herel , WHEN TOSSVM'S COMIN' JN. When ole Br'er 'Possum comln' in. . Know des whar you at! Mos' ,ez sweet ; Ez smoke house meat. Streak o' lean and fat! , Vou never ax him whar he been When ole. Br'er 'Possum's comln In: Vou say. "De latchstrlng's ihrowed away. , . An' henh's de ole home-place; Tf's cor tonight, But fire is bright I i De table's iot fer grace! An' den 'taln't Imx you has to wait 'Fo' ole Br'er 'Possum's on de plate; You don't keer ef de ole moat trV Put nil de prices high; Wid 'yossum-fat ' An' 1Ikh o' dat, Ole Hard Tim- say: "Good-bye! , Don't nx de flood Times whar he been. When ole Br'er P'ossum's comln' In! Frnnk L. Rtr.nton, In the Aftanta Constitution. HUMOR OF THE DAY Bess I couldn't marry a man wtio ' loved me for my looks alone. Jess Why, dear, the blind some times marry. St. Louis Globe Demo crat. "That gown looks rather flimsy to cost $300, wife." . "Never mind, dearie I only Intend to wear It once." Louisville Courier Journal. "Hubby, do you love me?" "Why, certainly, my dear. Just re fer to the letters I wrote you during our courtship days." Kansas City Journal. "She's so afraid she will miss some thing." "I should say so. She even has 'rub ber' heels on her shoes." Philadelphia Bulletin. She You don't even dress me de cently. I'm going home to papa. He All right. You might say to hltr. that I need a new suit myself. . Boston Transcript. ' ' Freshman (In awed voice) See that big fellow over there, he broke three records last week. Sweet Young Thing Mercy. I would n't let him run the music box. Pcnn State Froth. Jones A man's luck is never eo bad that it couldn't be worse. 1 Brown For Instance? i Jones He might be married to a White House picket. Judge. He is the sorriest of kings, Whose fame must fast diminish. Who spends his time in stattin' things His subjects cannot finish. Washington Star. "There goes Inkleton, the ' great in ventor. ' "Didn't he invent a clever machine to destroy all the U-boats?" "Oh yes. He's only waiting now t have the government reject it." Life. "I know a consistent woman." "G'wan ! " "Yes, she's a divorceo and " ' 7 "Yes?" j "She's going to buy Liberty Bonds with her alimony." Buffalo Express. THE KALEIDOSCOPE The latest in submarines is said to be a two ton model, 25 feet long and 28 inches wide, which is built for n crew of one man. As a result of her extensive sugar, and tobacco production Cuba s re- ported to be the most prosperous of all Latin-American republics. Australia is supplied with 100 species of snakes, three-fourths of them ven omous. The ' big pythons and rock snakes of Australia are harmless. The present demand for flash lamp batteries exceeds the output by 20U per cent. The flashlight is an almost indispensable part of the soldier's equipment. An anti-smoke campaign in Pitts burgh is reported to have reduced its famous smoke by at least 75 per cent., thereby saving on property alone $7, 500.000 annually. One of New York's newest laws in the interest of pure foods insists that every egg. placed in cold storage shall be dated. This date must be stamped upon the shell in clear figures. Experiments on the Pacific coast have demonstrated that creosote oils are the best in use for preserving piles which are driven into water rrom De ing ruined by marine borers. Germany expects to complete in 1923 a canal 400 miles long neiween mt Main and the Danube. One hundred and thirty-two million dollars was the latest demand to carry on tne worn. By a proces3 consisting of alternate ly freezing and thawing potatoes, na tives of Bolivia remove all moisture from the vegetables. The potato it next pressed into small, oomprjt pieces. The natives make chunu,. aa the product is called their chief ar ticle of diet. THE WHOLE NEIGHBORHOOD KNOWS Mrs. Anna Pelzer, 2526 Jefferson St., So. Omaha Neb. writes: "I can rec ommend Foley's Honey and Tar as a sure cure for coughs and colds. It cured my daughter of a bad cold. My neighbor. Mrs. Benson, cured herself and her whole family with Foley's Honey and Tar. and everyone in our neighborhood speaks highly of it." This reliable family remedy masters croup. It clears the air passages and eases the gasping, strangling fight for breath. The Lee Osg-ood Co. fCASTORSA For Infants and ChiWren In Use For Over 3oVeara Always bears the Signature of THKHB Is no advertising medium r Eastern Connecticut eauai to The Bul letin ror business results.