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.NORWICH. CONN.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1918.
.Whit I Going On Jonijht Movta Ptetnra at tha Davis Tbea- tra, tfavtnc Pictures at 'the Auditorium :Thto. . . ! Mo-ring Pletnres at the Breed The- Ifr- , i NOTirlefc Grange. No. 17!, P. of H., jneeti in Chamber of Commerce- BuiW- l111! Ledge, No. H. A. O. U. W, meets in Germania. Ball. ANNOUNCEMENTS DAVI3 THEATRE. fTVree Stare in Exceptional Feature : Today Only William S. Hart in Bel :iah Yatea, Hia Latest Artcraft Pie tore, Dorothy Dalton in Unfaithful, . a Groat Dramatic Production, and WlDiam Desmond in The Marriage Bubble, a Craekerjack Three-Reel Comedy. That Innocence ia Invariably its own protector and that -selfishness' as a characteristic is bound to react upon Itself are -truisms amply illustrated in Selfish Tales, the new film vehicle of William fi. -Hart, the Thomas H. Ince ' Artcraft star, which is now at the De-Ws theatre. The picture was di rected by Mr. Hart himself, under the supervision of Thomas H. Ince, and k is one' of the most effective in the Hart repertoire of western portrayals. In this picture Mr. Hart is seen as an utterly selfish, brutal dive keeper, whose spiritual nature is reformed through the agency of an innocent and confiding- girl who drops out of no where into the circle in which Yates reigns as king, and who inspires love in his heart. Jane Novak as Mary Adams is the heroine whose sweetness i and innocence not only save her from '. a tragic fate but overcome the egotism and the sordid selfishness of Tates himself. The other features are Dorothy Dal ton in Unfaithful, a domestic drama of a devoted wife who risks all to help her husband m his work, and William Desmond in The Marriage Bubble, a three-reel comedy that is a laugh from start to finish, with Mr. Desmond playing a dual role. You will eurely enjoy this picture. Maeterlinck's The Bluebird will be the special feature tomorrow. This is positively the most wonderful spec tacle ever screened and will be of -interest to .both .younp and old.. Tou, no daubt. have read the -story, but you rannot afford to miss the picture. There will also be other big features on" this bill. - BREED THEATRE. The Brilliant Dramatic Star, Bert Ly tell, in ' The Trail to Yesterday, a Rugged Romance of the Plains and Ranches, Picturized from Charles A. Seltzer's Novel, Feature for Today 'and Thursday. That brilliant dramatic star, Bert Lytell. is introduced to Metro patrons ind the great world of the screen in the five-act feature production, The Trail to Yesterday, which is the fea ture attraction at the Breed theatre today and Thursday. Mr. Lytell is known from coast to coast as a player cT-distinction on the speaking stage and has been seen in only one motion picture heretofore. The Lone Wolf. He possesses great acting ability, is a man of powerful physique and fine appear ance, which contribute to his value as a screen star. . The Trail to Yesterday is .-a red-blooded tale of the western plains and ranches and is the sort of a play in which Mr. Lytell excells. .Pearl White and Antonio Moreno wHl.also be seen in the third chapter of. The House of Hate, a picture that contains a thrill every minute. A two-part Mack Sennett comedy entitled His Bitter Half and the Bur ton .Holmes travel series make up the remainder of the bill for today and xnursaay.- . MUSICAL COMEDY Now at the Auditorium The Biggest ' t and Best Show in Town. vThe Broadway Revue Musical Com edy company playing the Auditorium continues to please good sized audi ences at both performances yesterday in Hotel Topsy Turvey, a big laughing nu bristling witn clean jokes and com edy situations. The bill will be re peated this afternoon and eveninsr. Eddie Barnes, the latest addition to this organization, is a capable come dian of merit and a clever dancer. His first appearance left a "very favorable impression with the Auditorium Da trons and is in keeping with the com edy work of Jennings and Rogers and me otner members of the comrajiv. The bill for the last half of the week starting Thursday will be Over the rop, wr.icn is said to be another win ner. The screen offerings will show the Vitagraph Blue Ribbon feature, Alice Joyce in Business of Life, by Robert . namoers, adapted from his novel in which a girl's unswerving faith in a man ongnta its reward of hanninoss Other subjects will include Current topics, snowing the latest war pic .turea, and . a Paths comedy. Here uomes tne Girls. PROGRAMME FOR NORTH FIELD CONFERENCES IS COMPLETED First to Open June 13 Several Others . .' . to Follow. The programme for the usual sum mer schools and conferences at Xortbfleld has been completed by Wil liam B, Moody, president of the North field Schools and Conferences. June 13 to 21, there will be a stu dent T. M. C. A. conference. Owing to the war the Eagles Mere conference- win be merged with this. Dr. John'R. Mott, recently returned from France, will preside. Other speakers will include Dr. Robert E. Speer. Dr. Hugh Kerr, Lieut. Col. Thomas Mott Osborne. Melvin Trotter, G. Sherwood Eddy. Bishop Guerry of South Caro lina and Robert P. Wilder. Other conferences will be as fol lows: June 25 to July 2, Young Wo men's Conference; July 9 to 17, sum mer school of Women's Foreign Mis sionary Societies: July IT to 25, wo men's summer school for Home Mis sions: July 20 to 27, summer school of Sunday school workers: Aug. 2 to 11, general conference of Christian work ers, with numerous prominent speak rs: . Aug. 14 to 21, national conven tion of tha Brotherhood of St. An drew. ; ' CONCERT. Tha Academy orchestra win be as sisted la their conceit on Friday even ing, June 14th, at Slater Memorial hall by tha Girhr Wee club. This ehib stags worth-while songs, and ' stag them well. They always pleas tha audiences before whom they appear, and they have- been singing in especially good form thia year. Their appeazance is certain to give color to the program. Those who were fortu nate in at tending tha Glee club's con cert in May win eurely welcome this opportunity of hearing this club sing one more. ... ; The Academy orchestra has in years past established a reputation for pnt- t - a gooa concert, ana tne mem TROUBLE OVER WESTERLY WILL Legal Quibbles Regarding Disposal 'of Estate of Charles D. Chapman Fourth Company, to Parade in Elks' Flag Day Celebration State Summer School For Teachers Funeral of Mrs. Henry E. Fuller. A question having arisen In regard to the division, of the estate of Charles D. Chapman, a bill in equity has been filed in the superior court by Judge Nathan B. (Lewis, executtor 'of the will. The court is asked to decide whether the widow is entitled to any part of the estate, and whether the real estate goes to the Chapman or the Wilcox heirs. Claim is made that the estate is of an ancestral nature, was not disposed of by will, and there fore goes to blood relatives. Charles P. Chapman died first, leav ing all his estate to, -his wife, who was a Wilcox; and when she died the estate went - to the son, Charles D. Chapman. He made a will which dis posed of the estate according to the then existing laws oi tne state ui Rhode Island, which would give his wife interest in the estate. It is set up that this will is without force, as he had no property of his own, and what he possessed came to him oy ancestry and not by will. There are some fine points of probate law in volved. Charles D. Chapman was quite a snorting character and was estranged from his wife for many years, but was never divorced. . ' . The Fourth company. Westerly, Rhode Island State guard, will make its first parade as such next Friday evening as escort to the Westerly lodge of Elks in connection witn tne wks observance of Flag day. In the parade will be a detachment of naval men from New London, all members of the Benevolent and Protective Order . of Elks. Flag day exercises is an annual event with the Elks, having been adopted by the grand lodge convention in 1907, and all of the Elk lodges throughout the country, now numbering 1,355, are required to observe Flag day each year. The general public is mvitea to these ceremonies. The Westerly band has been engaged. The' exercises by westerly lodge will be held in Wilcox park Friday evening. if the weather permits, if not, in the town hall. The ritualistic work will be performed by these officers of West erly" lodge: Frank R,' Mackenzie, ex alted ruler: Joseph L. Lenihan. es teemed leading knight; Aloysius J. Twomey, . esteemed loyal knight;. An drew J, Martin, esteemed lecturing knight: George A. Dolan, secretary; Peleg B. Briggs, treasurer; Michael J. De-ady, esquire; William R. Higgins, tyler: James Dodd, inner guard: Mar tin H. Spellman, acting chaplain. Westerly was represented at the an nual convention of the Funeral Benefit association of the United States held on Tuesday in Providence. The asso ciation has a membership of 297,000, is represented in 19 states, is a fra ternal and patriotic association, and one must be a member of the Junior Order of American Mechanics,' Order of Independent Americans or Fraternal Patriotic Americans in order to share its benefits. ,A feature of the session was the presentation of a service flag which contained 39 stars, representing members of the association now in the service. The 17th annual Rhode Island sum mer school for Sunday school teachers will be held July 15-20 at East Green wich. The curriculum includes in struction in pedagogy, psychology and Bible study for first, second and third course students. Among the instruct ors and speakers already engaged are Rev. Milton S. Littlefield, D. D., of New York. Miss Florence H. Darnell, Atlantic. City; Rev. Lester Bradner, New York; Rev. William H. Easton, A. M., Providence; Rev. M. E. Bra tell er. Providence; Lillian F. Murdock. Providence; Marion F. Stickney, New York. Robert C. Parker, chairman of the commjittee of management of the Northfield conference, will deliver an address on Pastors' and Superinten dents' Day. Rev. A. W. Bailey, Ph. D., will speak at the Monday and Tuesday sessions. . A patriotic service will be held at the Tuesday evening session. Nineteen gunsmiths, mostly volun teers from Class 1, left Providence Tuesday night for Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga. These men are included in a special draft call which was sent to camp incomplete recently and were selected from various districts in the state. 'None are from the Westerly district, but the name of Leslie A. Bixbey of New London is in the list. Members of selection boards, appeal agents and some members of legal ad visory boards met with Governor Beeckman and discussed plans . for Class 1 week, which begins next Mon day,, when all classifications in Class 2. Divisions A and B. Class S In re visions A, B and C, and Class 4, Di vision A, will be reviewed with the in tention of revoking exemptions in cases where men have been unwar rantedly deferred. Joseph Lafima of Westerly was ha bere Judge Barrows in the superior court at Providence to answer for con tempt in violating the preliminiary injunction entered by the court in the case of Abram Kaplan against Lalima and his wife Rose. The case is an out come of a dispute as to a bounHary line and it is claimed Lalima has threatened to kill anyone who inter feres with the property he claims to own. An Injunction restraining Lali ma from interfering with the ereoHnn of a fence was entered recently and it is claimed mat he violated the terms or tne injunction. John J. Dunn, counsel for TAlima explained the situation and gave prom ice that Lalima would not again in terfere with Kaplan in constructing the fence. The case was continued. Local Laconics. Westerly dentists take a half holi day Wednesdays. Samuel Culley has secured employ ment at the) arms manufacturing plant in Norwich. Police Chief Brown win registeF the German alien women of Westerly from June 17 to 26, inclusive. Arthur" M. Cottrell has been appoint ed chairman of the Westerly district in the war savings pledge week campaign June 23-28. Chief of Police Thomas E. Brown was in the superior court at New Lon don Tuesday, a witness in the auto mobile tires theft cases. Stolen tires bers this -year have worked faithfully to maintain the standard,, and expect to give on Friday evening a good ac count of themselves and of their year's work. The admission price is 28c (25c with a 3c war tax), and tickets may be ob tained from members of the orchestra or at Cranston's store. from a Mystic store were recovered by the chief in Westerly. , Mrs. Thomas Perry is chairman for Westerly of the women's movement in aid of summer canning for the con servation of food. Lloyd R. Crandall has been elected a director of the Ashaway National bank in place of George N. Burdick of Westerly, deceased. - Frank Cyril Higgins, son of Mrs. Mary Higgins, of West Broad street. is home On vacation from fat Marys seminary, Baltimore, The proposed game of haseball for the benefit of Alvin Mawson Tjetween the Westerly and Stonington High school teams has been cancelled. The new gas main will be laid in Elm street instead of Main fcrtreet. This is in anticipation of a permanent road being constructed in Elm street. The Federal Felting company of Westerly has received a contract from the quartermaster's department of the army for backing felt and overseas caps. Several Westerly" young men of draft age in deferred classes have secured employment in nearby shipyards in preference to being inducted into the army. Contractor Miller of Norwich, who Is building a concrete pavement on the Westerly-Stonington highway, expects to have the work completed early in September. , Rev. F. Stewart Kinley conducted the funeral services of Sarah E. Fuller, widow of Henry E. Fuller, at her home in Canal street Tuesday after noon. Burial was in Chesterfield. Mrs. Desire C. Denison, 75, "widow of Albert E. Denison, died Sunday af ternoon at a private hospital. She leaves a sister, Mrs. George Kenneth, of Westerly, and a brother, Van R. Saunders, of Taunton. Some registrants in Westerly are preparing to come to the front and center and get out of the deferred class into classes where they properly belong. They are tired of seeing other fellows taking their places in the draft. Miss Irene Cella, formerly of Wash ington street, Pawcatuck, and John Kitchen, formerly of Westerly, both now of Boston, were married recently in the Holy Cross cathedral, Boston. by Rev. Father Cronin, according to announcement received in Westerly. "Connie" Farrell has arrived and now the opening of the Watch Hill season may proceed. Mr. Farrell has ssent many seasons at the hill, where he is exceedingly popular, just as he is in Westerly. He is the fifth past exalted ruler of Westerly lodge of Elks in a list of fifteen. The following have been appointed a committee to arrange for the annual field day of Westerly lodge of Elks: Martin H. Spellman, Michael J. Deady, a. i. Li. tjeawiage, Dr. Michael H. Scanlon, Joseph L. Lenehan. Andrew J. Martin, Peleg B. Briggs, Charles P. Ecclestone and Thomas Lawless. The storage of iron pipes in the gutter in West Broad street bv the Westerly Light and Power company is tne source or much comDlamt to the highway commissioners. Claim is made that it is an imposition to have these pipes where they, are long before me aucn digging begins for the new gas mams. Some men find solid comfort in bottled liquids. LOST AND FOUND LOST Auto number C. 6277, between East Great Plain and Gardner TaVs Finder return to this office. jel2d FOUND A hound pup. Owner can have it by proving property and paying for this adv. Inquire at 343 Central Ave.. Norwich. jelld PRESTON BRIDGE LIVERY, SALE AND STABLE. BOARDING Taxi Service and Garage Connected, Horses to let for all kinds of busi ness, with or without rigs, by the day or week. Special attention to boarders and transients; -20 to 30 horses always on hand, for sale, weighing 1060 to 1600 each; several extra nice pairs, 2400 to 3200 per pair, all good workers, and some extra nice drivers; every horsa will be sold with a written guarantee to be just as represented at time of sale, or money refunded in full. Trial allowed. If in need of anything in our line, give us a trial and we will give you full value for your money. STABLE 371, 373, 375 MAIN ST. Phone 326-2. O'BRIEN & CHASE. Now is the time to find out how good the Falls Auto Paint Shop will paint your auto. FALLS AUTO PAINT SHOP - 51 Sherman Street WELDING WILL FIX IT Cylinders, Castings of all kinds, Agri cultural Implements, Transmissions and Crankcases, Housings, Steel Frames, Axles and other metal parts of ALL KINDS can be made WHOLE and SOUND with our WELDING. Skilled, expert work that is guaran teed try it Auto, Radiators also re paired. Cave Welding and Mfg. Co. 31 Chestnut Street Phone 214 Whitest one Climr will be $4 , a hundred from June 1st, 1018.- Same rate per thousand. J. F. CONANT, ' 11 Franklin Street. WANTED HELP FOR SHODDY MILL DAY OR NIGHT. DANIEL E. CCMMINGS VNCASVII.LB. '.' ATTENTION! HOUSEWIVES. To help win the war,- call A. BRUCK NER and selj him your second-hand Furniture, Ranges and - Iceboxes, and buy Thrift Stamps. Tel. 717-3. 63 Franklin St. WANTED ROOM AND BOARD FOR 50 MEN State Rates Board Guaranteed Address Box 50, care Bulletin WANTED. Old false teeth. Djn't matter if broken. We pay up to $15 per set. Send by parcel post and receive check by return mail. We buy dia monds, too. COLLATERAL LOAN CO 154 Water St.", between Shetucket and Market Sts. An old, reliable firm to deal with. Established 1872. WANTED BRICKLAYERS and , LABORERS WANTED AT ONCE Construction Work Bricklayers 70c an hour and Laborers 40c an hour. Apply at Office GOODYEAR' COTTON MILLS Goodyear, (Killingly), Ct. WANTED 100 laborers, 40 . girls, 2 plumbers and 2 plumbers' helpers, household work ers .$io.ou per week, no washing or ironing), 2 waitresses, 15- girls for beach, 34 weavers, 50 spinners, 2 ship ping clerks. FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU Geo. L. Chesbro, Mgr. Central Bldir. WANTED WOOLEN SPINNERS FOR NIGHTS ON GOVERNMENT WORK. GOOD PAY, STEADY WORK. Apply to RELIANCE YARN CO, Norwich, Conn. WANTED CARPENTERS AND MASONS APPLY TO J. H. GROZIER CO.' Dayville, Conn. THE ASSAWAGA CO. FOR SALE FOR SALEA top wagon suitable for milk, fish or any other business, newly painted and in first class con dition, of turn-under type. F. Peter son, Plainfield! je6d JUST RECEIVED 250 ladies' silk dresses, all samples; you can save one half by looking them over before buy ing. The Pasnik Co. sell for less. jeSd AUCTION FRD3AY, JUNE 14, . 10.30 a. m., 30 Jackson Place. Willimantic, Conn. 12 horses, young and sound, weigh ing from 1100 to 1350, good workers and drivers, will work single or double; also team wagons, dump carts, express' wagons, single and double harnesses, chains, shovels, forks and tools too numerous to mention. Sale to take place rain or shine. - GEORGE J. BROWN, Owner. FOR SALE A very choice two-family house lo cated in best part of Pearl SL For full particulars, inquire of JOHN A. MORAN, Real Estate Broker, Franklin Square. Norwich.: 196 ACRE FARM 1 pair Oxen, 5 cows, all stock STOCK and TIMBER FARM 196 acres, 35 tillable. Lot of oak and chestnut timber. Good house and other buildings. 1 pair oxen, 5 cows, all tools and farming implements. A rare bargain. Immediate possession. 2 miles to railroad and !4 mile to macadam road. All conveniences. Send for my latest Farm Bulletin. (Choice of 400) WILLIAM A. WILCOX ' FARM SPECIALIST . 41 West Broad Street, Rooms 1 and 2 . WESTERLY. R. U Telephone 2365 WANTED" .WANTED-Second-hand boy's cart, suitable for paper route. Inquire Box V.- Bulletin. jel2d WANTED Female cook. ,. Tel. 189-3, Groton, Conn. jel2d WANTED A nurse competent to take care of little babies. Apply at Rock Nook Children'sHame. jel2d WANTED Position as housekeeper, or cooking for small family. Inquire at this office. - jel2d WANTEDA place to keep house for widower by a middle aged woman; no objections to country. Address Box 11, care Bulletin. Office. jer2d V. s. GOVERNMENT wants thousands men-women, IS or over; easy clerical work; $100 month; write immediattely for list positions open. Franklin Insti tute. Dept. 32-F., Rochester, N. Y. je8MWFS INSURE your automobile with United States Casualty Company, the company of prompt settlements.- Archa W. Colt. Agent, 63 Broadway.' may22WFM WANTED Second hand furniture; we pay highest' prices in eastern Con necticut; we buy anything; largest sec ond hand store in state. Louis D. Ward, warerooms 30-32 Water St. Norwich. Write, call or tel. 361-13. Je4MWS WANTED Two gentlemen in a pri- i vate family,- to board and room to gether. Call 1021-12. jelOd WANTED Ladv demonstrator stores. Sperry & Hutchinson Co..' 17 -Uain (t., Norwich. . jelld WANTED National cash register; state description and price. Charles Kurtz, ID E. 116th St., New Tork. jelld WE SELL ladies' silk dresses as low as $7.97, but we just got in a lot at $12.97 which you can't duplicate any where for less than $23. Ladies' all wool sweaters in all the leading shades, special $2.1)7. The Pasnik Co., sell for less. - " je8d WANTED Hand and machine twist ers, male or female; also learners. West Side Silk Mill. maylld WANTED To buy old gold and sil ver; also old false teeth; highest prices paid. F. W. Guild. Jewelei, 21 Broad way, Norwich. aprfid WANTED A man for general work inside; sood wages. West Side Silk Mill. JelOd WANTED A maid for genera! housework; no washing or ironing. Apply to Mrs. Walter E. Gilbert, 51 Broad St. jelOd TWO OF THE BIGGEST song hits of the season. Baby's Prayer at Twilight and Hello. Central. Give Me No Man s Land, 7c each at The Pasnik Co. je8d WANTED Position for general housework by day. Address R. N.. care Bulletin. jelOd WANTED- good order. -A dump cart; must be in Robert Clark. Lncasville. je&U WANTED Light houseworkja young girl or middle aged woman to assist in general housework in small family; every convenience; no laundry work: references exchanged. Address Mrs. W. S. Chappell, Windham, Ct. je8d . WANTED A few weavers on gov ernment work; good work and .good pay; be patriotic, help clothe the boys on the other side. Inquire at the Wolff Worsted Mills. Ashaway, R. I. je7d JUST ' RECEIVED 250 ladies' silk dresses, all samples; you can save one half by looking them over before buy ing. The Pasnik Co. sell for less. jeSd WANTED Competent steamfltters and experienced helpers. Applv to The Hopson & Chapin Mfg. Co., Manwaring Building, New London, Conn. je7d WANTED Boss weaver, for small shop of wide cotton looms. Address Boss Weaver, Box 52. care Bulletin. je7d - REAL CHARM can only be attained by perfect cleanliness; shampoo (or fa cial massage 50 cents; dandruff posi tively cured; violet ray. treatments; hair dyeing, manicure. Madam Lind gren. Thayer Bldg. Tel. 553-12. je5d. OH. LAWDY, LAWDY De senser man done got into dis yere colyum, he Just you look at de next advertizmen'. THERE are cigars, and cigars for all kinds of money, but for 5c the is the goods. Truly yours, Censored, M. B. jead WANTED Girl for general house work, to go to the beach. Apply 15 Broad St.. . jeld LADIES Dolt't buy a silk dress un til you have seen the sample dresses just received at The Pasnik Co. jeSd WORKING housekeeper wanted, past middle age, for family of two. Address Box 293. Bulletin Offic.e. may30d Wr ANTED Boy to . work in drug store. Apply at Bulletin Office. may29d WANTED Second hand and antique furniture of all kinds; get our prices before you sell. A. Bruckner. 55 Frank lin St. Tel. 717-3. nov6d Spinners Wanted SAXTON WOOLEN CORPORATION " BEAN HILL MILL PORTER WANTED APPLY DAVIS THEATRE WANTED YOUNG' MAN FOR POSITION . IN OUR COST DEPARTMENT. MUST BE QUICK AND ACCURATE AT FIGURES AND A WIl.MNG WORKER. AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR AN AMBI TIOUS YOUNG MAN. REPLYING, STATE AGE, POSITION IN DRAFT AND SALARY EXPECTED. BEACON FALLS RUBBER SHOE COMPANY. .v BEACON FALLS, CONN. WANTED MEN WANTED AT THE AMERICAN STRAW- HOARD COMPANY'S MILL Good Pay Steady Employement WANTED Spinners, Also Picker and Dye ' House Help. Apply GLEN WOOLEN MILLS ' Norwich Town WHEN YOU WANT to put your -bus iness before the public, there is no medium better than through the ad vertising columns of The Bulletin. FOR SALE FOR SALE To settle an estate, a good two-story house, situated near Moosup, Conn., with about 3?i acres of land, bordering on Moosup feke; can be bought at an. attractive price. For particulars, address C. O. Richardson, Admr.. Sterling, Conn. , jel2WThS FOR SALE Four new milch cows and heifersv M. O. Swan.. Tel. 61i-12. jel2d ' y- '' .- ' " FOR SA.E Avery tractor, 10 horse power, price $325; will do the work oi four horses. Raymond LewiB, Sterling. Conn. R. F. D.. Box 12. jel2d FOR SALE A large soda bottle plant, located in Windham county, a good buy for quick sale. Apply to H. Campbell, Plainfield, Conn. jel2d FOR SALE Richmond range, cheap if taken at once. Call or 'phone 151-4, T2 Orchard St, City. jel2d TO TURKEY RAISER St Honemah cypecinc Iso. 14 prevents ' and cures DiacKhead' among turkeys: one dollar cures 75 birds; a treatise on blackhead by A. W. Davis wiH interest you; sent tree to any aaaress. write Konemah .Poultry Yards, Norwich, -Conn. jelSW FOR SALE Five heifers, new milch; i win exenange ior young stocK. A. r Gardner. Tel. 1484. jelld iron SALE A small sized square piano; reasonable .price. Call after noons or evening at 14 Church St. Jelld FOR SALE English setter puppies. H.- W. Baker, R. F. D. 7. Norwicn, Ct, jelld ; ... . FOR SALE Sixteen-passenger Reo dus. Inquire $.1 Majestic Garage, jelld' . FOR SALES An Iron Age riding cul tivator, a team wagon, one express wagon, one registered Ayrshire Dull. Telephone630. Jelld FOR SALE 55 acres wood and tim ber. Address No. 50 North St.. Willi mantic. Conn. may22d FOR SALE Ford runabout with two new shoes, like new, $250. W. F. Bogue, eiBd LADIES Don't buy a silk dress un til you hav& seen the sample dresses Just received at The Pasnik Co. jeSd ' FOR SALE Twenty head of cattle some rresh. some sonngers. Add y t Oliver A. Downs, Brooklyn. Conn. Tel 3 1-4. Danielson. jeSd SERVICES of rapine stallion Rineca (race record 2.11), son of the famous sire Bingen (2.064), $15 at time of service. $10 addition when mare is in roal. Edward J. McBrtde, Danielson, Conn. je7d WE SELL ladies' silk dresses as low as $7.97, but we just got in a lot at $12.97 which you can't duplicate any where for less than $25, Ladies' all wool sweaters in all- the leading shades, special $2.9. The Pasnik Co., sell for less. jeSd ATTENTION, farmers: Good luck is good fertilizer; good seed corn and good millet seed at low prices. Try your luck at the Ureeneville Grain Co. Phone 326-5. - je6d TWO OF THE BIGGEST song hits of the season. Baby's Prayer at Twilight and Hello, Central, Give Me No Man s Land, 7c each at The Pasnik Co. jeSd FOR SALE 1917 Metz touring car, almost new, cheap. 14 Cliff St. je3d FOR SALE Services of a thorough bred Clydesdale stallion, 1500 lbs., as fine a stallion for breeding purposes as anybody owns; terms made known upon application. Walter E. Shippee, Danielson, Conn. Tel. may24d FOR SALE NO. 96 McKINLEY AVENUE LOT 150 x 125 FEET NINE ROOM HOUSE, IN PERFECT CONDITION, HARD WOOD FLOORS, TWO BATH ROOMS. INSPECTION SOLICITED. James L. Case 37 SHETUCKET STREET FOR SALE CARLOAD EXTRA CHOICE VER MONT COWS JUST ARRIVED. JAMES H. HYDE, Telephone 30, Lebanon North Franklin, Conn. FOR SALE 12. Room House, No, 125 School St, A solendidly built residence !n the! center of the city, modern improve ments, mciuaing a new steam heat er. Lot about oOxSO feet, a portion of which is used as a garden. Ideal location for a Boarding or Rooming nouse. uuuu rtaauji ior seuing. i? or run lmurmauoii. appiy only to THOMAS H. BECKLEY, 278 MAIN STREET 724 Phones 68 FOR SALE Three-family house, choice location all rented, with rentals showing nearly 20 per cent, on selling price. Property must be sold. For full particulars in quire of - ' JOHN A. MORAN. Real Estate Broker. mavSd Franklin Square. FOR SALE 604 BOSWELL AVENUE A new 7-room house with all im provements, including heat, built about three years ago and in ex cellent condition. Must be seen to be appreciated. Located in pleasant neighborhood , in Greeneville, con venient to trolley line. Will be sold to close estate. For particulars in quire of FRANCIS D. D0N0HUE Central Building, ' Norwich . Phonea - t- FOR SALE THE FINE TWO-TENEMENT HOUSE AND LARGE LOT 66 Mc KINLEY AVENUE. E. A. PRENTICE V Phone .300 86 Cliff Street JUST ARRIVED "THey are here. A' nicef load of well broken horses, just out- of work and ready to go to work,' All kinds, big and small, pairs and single. Prices right. Come and see them. ELMER R. FIERSON. Tel. 6J6-3. may21d TO KENT TO RENT Three furnished rooms In newlyfurnisliprf house. Mrs. Joseph ine McKiernan, 46 Church St. jelld ; TO RENT Julvlst.th.ird floor 11 Elm St. Inquire 4S Oak St. jellTuThs TO RENT Twn fine rnnms for mar ried couple in private family; good location.. .Tel. .805-12. ' .jelld TO RENT Seven-room downstairs Sachem St., $40 per George W. Carroll. 40 ' jed - apartment, 51 muntn. Appjy, Shetucket tit.' TO RENT -Barn - rear 155 Boswell "Inquire 39 Spruce St.. Ave., 8 stalls. jetid FOR HIRE Two 7-passenger tour ing cars, also 5-passenger touring. car, with good, reliable cltauffeurs, day or nignt service. Call 121:3-3. 14 Cliff St. je3d STORAGE Household eoods stored for Ions' or short term: rates reason able. Fanning Studio, 52 Broadway. jeld TO RENT Furnished rooms, 58 may25d Washington St. TO RENT One 12-room house, one store and two garages, at 110 I-.'ortB Main St. Inquire N. B. Lewis, 341 Main bt. may3d TO RENT Store, centrally !ocated. suitable for grocery store, with neces sary fixtures, at $18 per month. Tel. Z4fi. marisa TO RENT Furnished rooms for four gentlemen. Mrs. Kelly. 7 North High St feb26d TO RENT Light storage space; elec tric elevator. Phone 580. or call 77 Water St. jan26d TO KEN'r Br .ement tenement at St School St. inquire at Bulletiu Oltlce. TO RENT Furnished rooms: also rooms for light housekeeping. 108 School St. Tnl. 1048-3. seplld TO RENT at 14-16 Thames St, one double store and two single Htcres, : with all im provemenls. Inquire AMERICAN WASTE & METAL CO, S10 WEST, MAIN ST. STORE TO RENT ON FRANKLIN STREET, 30 FOOT FRONT ONLY A FEW FEET FROM FRANKLIN SQUARE CONTAINING ABOUT 1,000 SQUARE FEET LOW RENT. INQUIRE AT BULLETIN OFFICE. FOR SALE MORE THAN WOOD ENOIGH TO P,Y FOR IT.. Located 4 miles from Oneco; 100 acre farm. 40 acres tillable, balance- pasture and wood; 1 manle woodlot of 20 acres, will cut 300-400' cords of wood, 1 pine lot of 10 acres that will cut 2: u00 ft. of lumber. 1 oak and chestnut grove that will rut ties and timber: plenty of fruit on the place: S-room house, run ning water from soring; 4-room housu attached to. milk room and work shop; barn 40x60. running water, nice base ment, tie up 10 head. 3 horses; wood shed, carriage liouse. henhouse: all of the buildings are in splendid condition; price S.no; will consider terms. For further particulars, inquire at F. I. RACINE'S FARJI AGENCY, jelid Danielson, Conn. FOR The Old Historical Tavern, 'known as Adam's Tavern, with Stock and Fixtures. Also my Gardner Lake Property, 1-4 mile water front, fine grove and 35 acres of land, with houses, barns, sheds, etc. A. A. ADAM, Norwich Town, Conn. FOR SALE. i Bath St. property, two-flat house on School St., a nice house on Town St., cottage "house with garage on Asylum St.. a three-tenement on Laurel Ave., farm at Williams Crossing of 150 acres, a nice cottage on Whitaker Ave., and a number of bargains. Call at . A. SI. AVERY'S, may9d 52 Broadway. FOR SALE Cottage Houses, Tenement and Business Blocks, Building Lots, all in desirable locations. List your pro perty if you care to sell or rent, as I have a number of people looking for real estate 'investments. WILLIAM F. HILL, Real teaiatc and Insurance. Room 103. I'hajc Bld8 ATTENTION, FARMERS! Now is the time to use GROUND LIME STONE ' FOR SALE BY THE PECK, McWILLIAMS CO. NORWICH. CONN. SUBURBAN FARM only mile from Willimantic, 10 room house, large barn, 4 good poultry houses, 20 acres fine fields, pastures for 12 head, plenty of wood, good fruit. Only $2300, $500 cash. Also several bargains in stocked farms. Trypn's Agency. Willimantic. Conn. FURNISHED SEASHORE COTTAGES FOR SALE OR RENT at Watch Hill, Weekapaug, Pleasant View, and along the Rhode Island shore; also accessible Seashore Farms, Send forbooklet Frank W. Coy WESTERLY, R. I. THE FINE RESIDENCE 20 Lincoln Avenue FOR SALE House was built by the late Adam Reid for his own occupancy. Nine rooms and bath; electric lights and other improvements; large garage. A delightful residence section, close to Chelsea Parade. ARCHA W.COIT Highest Grade Properties Telephone 1334 63 Broadway THERE is no advertising medium In Eastern Connecticut equal to The Bul letin tor business results. POETRY THE LEDDIES . Fit A' ,HELI The Prussians . have named them "The Ladies from Hell"V ' -- ' But they're Gentlemen? peevils,- and ... Hieland as well. ' ' ' So bonnily dressed, in their, bonent and crest.' - -. - - , - With the braw tartan ploiddie brooched ' - over their "breast. . '? ' And the kilt swingin' free q'.the strong - supple-knee; l - ; Man. thev re gallant to sec, and I think ye'll agree, - , . . As they step to the nipes, ,wt' their , swagger an' swell, . '. ' ; They're the nick o' the laddies, the . , "Leddies fra' Hell.". : i C ' ... . -. . . ; . .. ... , - , TheTe are ladies on earth, and In v heaven, as well; -But the Teutons must dance with the "I..riiA frnm Hell." There are sixteen-inch caliber balls out In France, , . . . - And the Ladies from Hell will be. Jead- : ing the dance. - - So, it's up. with the rest, and it B over t.h crost . " ' For a fling with the Huns, fifty thou sand abreast. . ' ' To the skirl of the. shell they,.are stepping it ell; y ' They're the belles of the ball, are the Leddies Ira' Hell. ; - There's the Fear of the Lord on the ladies from hell; Thejr believe in the Bible (the bayonet as well). - - " : They are brave and Vreleegious. and faithful and strong; And they'll pray, and they'll flsflit; nd they'll march all; day long; For the man who is right, and Who knows he is right,- - , And believes in his God. is. the man! who will fight: So they'll win to Berlin, and to heaven . as well; " - . For the Lord's on the side of tbe led - dies fra' hell. : - ' ; 1 Bertrand Shad well. Note: In the first stanza, the High landers are described in their full dress uniform. - - i ARMENIA. No word of mine shall swell yonr err. God save you. brother, irom yom pain. Enfold vou in His tender love. And guerdon all yorur slain. - . , Child of the spikenard and the myrrh, - Far, far away, if 1 but nam. I hear your little remnant soul Still singing; in the dark. . . Herbert RandaH. HUMOR OF THE DAY Captain Charge! " Ribbon Clerk Regiment (in chorus Just a moment, please. Name and address ? Pelican. . ; ' "Why the elaborate .toileL. Judge?" asked his wife ; . -. . ... ''There's to be something of a fnnc-' tion in court today. - I'm , to officiate at a fashionable divorce.'' Louisville Courier-Journal... Mike O'Mara has got a -new dog.- We asked Mike yesterday if it was a hunting dog as it came up to us,' and Mike in -a. low voice said: "Don't talk to loud, he thinks he is."--Lackawanna Joumal.i "You say you've worn this hat for two years." "Yes, 'sir, and it looks all Tight still. Twice I've had it cleaned and once I exchanged it in a restaurant for one . that was entirely nev V' 'cstn Transcript. - First Suburbanite Did you plant a garden this year? - . Second Suburbanite Xo.' After last year's thrift garden experience I concluded to feed' my ..neighbor's chickens in the regular way "instead , of planting the seed Judge. Willie Father, didn't you tell-; me the other day that it was wrong to strike anyone- smaller than yourself? Father Yes,- Willie, that's' what I said. ' " ' . Willie Well, I wish you'd write and tell my teacher., I don't think she ! knows about- it.-xPearson's. ! "Home from school so- early, Jim my?" --. "iep. Teacher sick. "But none of the other children have come home." r "Nope. I'm the only one to get .out. Teacher said I made .her .sick, so' she 6ent me -home.'V-Detroit j Free Press. . "I suppose "" you ' understand the science of government?" "To be frank." replied, Senator Sor ghum, "I'm not as strong on. the science of government as J ought" to be. I have meant to take it up. but I have been tied right down to my studies in the science of how to get reelected." Washington Star. THE KALEIDOSCOPE Cholera has broken .out at Saratoff, Russia. Professor Masaryk, the Czeh Na tional leader, has arriven in. Chicago. Germany has ratified the agreement , with France for the exchange of . prisoners. Ex-King Constantine is rapidly re covering from, his attack of influenza, and is now in no danger. The Australian Government is re modelling the whole system of price fixing to prevent 'profiteering. v.- t At Laibach 200' working women ' clamored for bread, and broke wind ows valued at 1,650 at the Casino. A Spanish vessel struck a mine off Plencia, Spain, and sank. Three of the crew were 'killed by the explosion. : With the Premier's consent", the first 1,000 recruits from Queensland wHl be called the "Ryan Thousand:" Senor Pedro Costa, Uruguayan Min ister in London, has accepted the ap pointment of Uruguayan--Minister at Washington. . - ; On -Thursday the ' special British Mission to Brazil presented . its ere- . dentials to Dr. Wenceslao Brai, "the Brazilian President. .- A United States cruiser which ar rived on Thursday at an Atlantic port recently sank a submarine by a clean i hit, which cut the U-boat in two. Dr. Alexander MoPhedran,- of To-. ronto, has been elected president of the Association of American Physicians I at the annual convention at Atlantic City. ' "V ' . ' :, An attempt to form at Sarajevo an , exchlsivelv Croatian . Austrnnliil 1 anti-Tugo-Slav (party v , under .'Bishop j I Stadler and Dr. Pilar has proved un- , successiuL , i Two prominent members- of '"the Xew Zealand Labor Party have been sentenced to. sii months' imprisonment, and another to "three months, for se dition. . ' . " ... CASTOR! A For Infants and Oildren In Use For Over 3 Years Always bears ths Eigncture of ,i'ii:ifc.ai.'rt'ii nri"niriii'ii t