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RAIN TODAY; FAIR,
NORWICH, CONN,. THURSDAY, SEPT. 5, 1918.
Whs.t ii Going a Tonigbrt
Moving Pictures at the Dais Thea
tre 5!i"5 Picture! at the Auditorium
Moving rtctures at the Dreed Thea-
Frarklin C.-.spter. X-. 4, R. A. M..
meets at Masr.n.c Ter.;p.
X-rih l.o.ice. X.i. 4 J . B. P. O. E.,
mrr s .it Elks H me.
Teutiaei) Tribe. No 43. I. O. R. St.,
nv:s at EnvuM-era' Hall.
Ctnton f.r.eo. No. 3. I. O. O. p..
mt'is at fd.i Fellow."' Ha 1.
Court F.h cm. .No. it, F. if A., meets
la Foresters' Hall.
German;,! Ledge, n. n, 0. D. H. S
aitf'.t ;n (.lernauia. Hj.ll.
Berkley Avenue House Sold.
Martin Kjrakula ha sold through
the agency of Francis P. Donohue his
T-rocm cottage on Lprkloy avenue to
John Hooest of Cecum. The house was
built about 4 years ago and has the
James L. Case has sold for Mrs.
Mary E. McVey her cottage house sit
uated on the corner of Oakiidge and
Valley streets to James Izzarelli. Mr.
Izziirelli will occupy the property and
make improvements to same.
Today begins the x'audeville sea
son at the Davis and a bis bill of high
class Keith acts are booked for the
last three days of this week. The spe
cial attraction Is Roy La Pearl In a
real vaudeville surprise. Another Hg
time act Is Abyssinian Trio who pre
sent a comedy singing, talking and
d&nring act that is sure to please
j ewery-one. Tie third act is Canaris
and Cleo In a novel magic offering
i that will amuse a well as mystify. AU
At the Davis Theatre.
three arts are Keith attractions and
rhcu'.d i-isare the most fastidious au-
1'iic f-.v.'jre nhon'ir Is Enid
Pyino't 111 T Marriage Ring, a six
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. advance in prii
'."n and or.e cf the
beautifxil stnr has
Current nivonts with
.-tvr here' art ! "over
th fhow. M:tinee
-.t G.4o anj MO. No
he T't'Tr,'-l " a rornr.c- of tfc? le
van r-.-rri-r "'; h S:'--rv. i g nir
turita i't, o the v-!(7r 1 -:nd novel of
Lie Tjrrc nan-.e by C X. ami A. M.
V.'ni:.-.ru on. In tn's Metro All-Star
ier.es picture, which will he exhibit
ed at the Brl theatre today. Miss
Storey has a co'.r.rful .'''ellnr ro'.e as
, Pcrdita. da-i;ht-?r of jn American,
! who Is rat'Pd in nrs;"a. At the aee
1 of five she is sold !" n slave market
to the man wi'h whom sh eventually
fals in love. Be.-s 's a wealth of beau
tiful exteriors. "The Demon" calls for
S'.rr.e extremely lavish inter'or sets,
ore of them the throne room of a sul
tan, with all its rvicr.ta! mamiflcence
Other pictures on the bill include
Pearl AVhite In "The House of Hate"
, a new Mack Sennett comedy entitl"d
5aacy MfcdaJino, w!;h Ben Turpin
'and Polly Moran and tha Burton
Kohnea travel seriea.
' Te musical comedy, Uncl Jam's
Botes now plarini; at the Auditorium
is drawing big audiences at each per
Jformajice. A new ccmedy, "The Pia
rnor.d Necklace" was presented yest
'terday and wt!l be repealed fpain to
day. It Is a good laugJiing show and
the rrincipals in the cast all have fine
parts and bandied th;m well. Jack
Van deserving special mention. The
orrg numbers were well received as en
core after encore was riven. As an ex
tra added attraction Kitty Gordon, the
celebrated hctress was shown in a
"f!ve part photoplay entitled "Tinsel,"
i the story of a woman who knew all the
type? of men. "Tinsel" is an excep
tional picture, the sort of a picture
that you long remember and talk
about Be sure and see "Tinsel," every
mother ar.d danrhter should.
CorrrpleVirT this great programme
was Chariie Chaplin In "The Adven
ture." end the audience Just howled
with joy. Sec ins this show was a real
, ofn!ng makes a quarrelsome man
so mad as the refusal of hie wife to
a prneten fnr rwtTriu nat 'ril eolor to py off
f-id kiir. tor rcasorau dindruf! nd u hairdrw
t u b t ae-o. iiere -t m.i beka . all
LOST AMD FOUND
LOST -At the Fjir O-euncl?' Wed
ne;''iay af:e--:on, a black seal bag
containing bankbooks, kevr, silver
purse. tt:. L:herai reva: d. Finder
te.eohone ISP. New London. ipn.H
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nave fame ny provme property.
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Dr. Michael H. Scanlon, medical ex
aminer for the town of Westerly, has
succeeded in having the decomposed
body of the man found drifting with
the tide off Weekapaug, Aug. 14, iden
tified as a victim of a German sub
marine. The identification was com
pleted with the aid of a liberty bond
tound on the dead man. The man
uore a balbriggan union suit, athletic
style, an outside shirt of mercerized
cotton, with two blue armlets, had
dark brown striped trousers, brown
stockings, and bhick shoes. The body
v.as so badly decomposed that no body
marks of identification could be found.
The man was a Catholic as evidenced
by the scapular which lie wore. In
Us pocket was a wallet that contained
six bank notes, two of $10 denomina
tion and four of Jl. The wallet also
ccntained a Third Liberty loan cou
pon bond. No. 1,233.824, denomination
c J50. Dr. Scanlon had the body put
ii to an air-tight metallic casket and
placed in a local morgue.
Then the doctor commenced his ef
fort of identification of the body
through the liberty bond, taking the
matter up with the treasury depart
ment. He received in response a com
munication from C. M. McGroarty, the
acting chief of loans and currency,
that the bond was sent with a large
consignment of other bonds to the
Federal Reserve bank, of Boston, and
that the bond was delivered by that
bank to some bank, for the subscriber,
or to the subscriber direct.
Dr. Scanlon then communicated with
the Boston bank, and on Wednesday
received a communication from L. D.
Sweetser. assistant cashier, that the
tracing of the bond was taken up with
the police department of Boston, and
ascertained that this bond had been
delivered to Thomas A. Phalan, o9 De
catur street, Charlestown, Mass.
Police headquarters gave the infor
mation that Thomas Phalan was cook
on the schooner Pilgrim which was
torpedoed off the New England coast
and that the body found at Weeka
paug is undoubtedly' that of Phalan.
The family of the man was notified,
and are expected to arrive in West
erly at any time to vfew the body.
A New York party would have
claimed the body as' that of a man
who disappeared from a Sound steam
er, but for-the fact that the scapular
v.as found on the body. However, the
body would not have been delivered
by Dr. Scanlon until the completion
of the tracing of the Liberty Loan
The members of the recently cre
ated boards of instruction met at draft
Headquarters in Providence AVednes
day, and the active and associate
members of legal advisory boards will
meet at the same place on Friday.
There meetings are preparatory to the
large draft registrations on Thursday
of next week when all men from 18 to
43 years of age, both inclusive, ex
cept those already registered or act
ually in the army or navy service,
must enroll. At these meetings the
work of these draft auxiliary organi
zations will be outlined, and the part
explained in .which they are expected
to take in accomplishing the registra
tion of perhaps S3,fl00 Rhode Island
ers, and then their classification. Le
gal advisory boards will be called up
on to assist registrants In making out
questionnaires and arrangements will
be made for having convenient places
v.nere registrants may consult these
The following instructions have been
issued for men who will be away from
home registration day, termed as ab
sentees in the draft rules:
"If you are away from home now
and will be on registration day. go as
soon as possible to the nearest local
board. You will bo given a registra
tion card to fill out there. Then mail
it to your home hoard in time to ar
rive on or before registration day. If
V011 do not know the address of your
home hoard or its designation, mai"
the card to the mayor or town cierk
of your home city or town,
"if you are planning to away
and will be away on resrisfr'.'ion day,
either follow the aoo-.-j-described
course or else go to your home local
board before you leave ar.d register
beforehand. It is important In either
case that you register in time for you
registration to he properly recorded
by your own home board on registra
It is estimated that 96 per cent, of
the automobile owner, in Rhode Isl
and complied with the govemnment's
request and did not operate their cart
Sunday. As there are 24,257 registsred
pleasure cars in the state, and allow
ing five gallons of gasoline as the
amount normally used by each on a
Sunday, the saving was approximately
115,225 gallons. To this add the non-
use of motor boats, and the quantity
of gasoline saved probably reached
The state board of public roads will
soon announce the result of the au
tomobile traffic census taken At spe
cifled points, showing the actual num.
bcr of machines counted at these
An appeal to the patriotism of the
aualified women to offer themselves
for war service, has been made by
Governor Beeckman, to those in Rhode
Island eligible for enrollment as stu
dent nurses under the national call
for 25,000, at trom 19 to 35 years of
Followina the .institution recently
of a suit by Jerome Connor, of Wash
ington, against Mrs. Ellen Rvan Jolly.
of Pawtucket, and other officers of
tie women's Auxiliary of the Ancient
Oder of Hibernians, the organization
has filed a demurrer. Mr. O'Connor
has been commissioned to design a
monument to Catholic nuns who serv
ed on the battlefields of the Civil war.
and which is to be erected in the city
cf Washington, on a site which has
been officially selected, and to be paid
for by the voluntary subscriptions of
raemoers or tne organization,
Member of Company B, Pawcatuck,
nira reatment. Connecticut State
Guard, are spending spare periods at
' ne nne range in stonington. compet
ing for a place on the company team
1 o! seven men. The members of the
two Mjstic companies and the Ston
ington company are doing likewise
lne four companies comprise the bat
talion commanded by Major Charles
P. Williams. Rifle practice will be
completed with the present month and
tne company teams selected.
Commencing with October 1. there
v.'ill be a series of official shoots for
tne battilion trophy, and also foi com-
pany and individual shooting. In the
finals there will be a general tourna
ment on some day not yet designated.
M-aior Arthur N. Nash, of Westerly,
vas relieved of the command of Fort
Adams, Saturday, and Tuesday he as
sumed the command of the Fifty
L:ghth Ammunition Train, United
States Army, now mobilizing at Fort
Adams and preparing tu leave fr
France. This train will be composed
of sixty auto-trucks and POO men, the
majority being chauffeurs and me
chanics. -Major Nash has been in the mili
tary service, state and federal, for
nearly twenty-five years. ' Although a
resident of Pawcatuck, Conn., he en
listed as a private, in Company K,
Westerly h'rrst Infantry, Rhode Isl
a.nl State Militia. He was made cor-
U' ' '"J "rsl sergeant April 4, tsse.
ir p Vet. i ! :lf fo:iow:np month he was muster
ct.n Ofn.-t:. 1 into the C'nited States Volunteers
"in the Spanish w-ir, third brigade,
B. GOTTHELF & CO.'S
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 number of people looking for
real estate investments.
WILLIAM F. HILL,
Ileal fcialate ud laanraaec
Bmb 1U3. Tfcaycr Bias.
Stone & Darling
Watch us for Big Milkers on
band; Several New Milch Hol-
stein Cows the 20 quart
kind will arrive in a few
days with a carload of near
A. R- Stone Fred J. Darling
Woodstock , Pomfret
216-4 Putnam 244-3
second division, second army corps. In
November he was promoted to be ser
geant major of the second battalion.
He was mustered out of the United
States service Feb. 4, 189!, and hon
orably discharged from the militia on
March 14 of the same year.
On May 3, 1904, he was appointed
first lieutenant and adjutant of the
First battalion, First infantry, R. I,
M. The infantry was changed to coast
artillery on Dec. 19 1908. On March
15, 1909, he was made captain and
ordnance officer of. the First Artillery
district. He was elected major of the
coast artillery corps, January 17, 1911.
At the call of the president, July
5, 1917, Major Nash was assigned to
the command of Fort Getty at James-
.'. -JUK AllXmjR N. WAS5H
town, P.. I. He was on -detached ser
vice from Feb. 2 to 20, 1918, and was
in hospital,' following an accident at
Fort Greble, from Feb, 20 to ilay 1.
Upon recuperating he attended the
artillery school at Fort Monroe, pass
ing a highly satisfactory examination.
July 8 1918. he was assigned to the
command of Fort Adams. Major Nash
i? prominent in Masonic circles in
Rhode Island and Connecticut.
The latest transfer deeds recorded at
the office of Town Clerk Whipple In
Westerly are: Moise D. Prevoist to
Dolor Gondreau, lot in Franklin gar
dens; heirs of Michael F. Sullivan to
Santo De Bartelo. house and lot in
Fearl street; Franklin D. Lawson to
Edith P. Murray, two lots, to Caii T.
Paulsen, four lots, and to Ida B.
Schlottman, two lots, in Musicolony;
Margaret Kesterman to Santo Pancie
ra, house and lot in Granite street;
Maria F. S. Trombetta to John Spez
zano, half interest in house and lot in
Pierce street; Isaac G. Barber to John
Speffano, house and lot in East ave
nue; Moise D. Prevoist to Arthur
Boisclair, lot in Franklin gardens.
Theodore Black and . family have
moved from Westerly to- Providence.
Their residence in Highland avenue
has been purchased by Dr. Alexander
After twenty-one years of faithful
service, without a mishap Amos F.
Chapman has resigned the janitorship
of the Quarry Hill schoolhouse. JZr.
Chapman is 77 years of age and serv
ed in the Civil war with the Fourth
Rhode Island refe'imenC.
Mrs. John Parker has received a
letter from her son Frank, of the
Sixty-sixth division, now in an Eng
lish rest camp.
Walter Babcock. of the national
army, writes his father in Ashaway,
that he has been transferred from Sy
racuse and is now at worx in a mu
nition plant in Maryland.
William J. Sullivan, son of Mrs. An
nie Sullivan, of Liberty street, and
Miss Lillian Barriere, of Providence,
were married in that city Aug. 29.
Albert M. Hyde, a native of Ston
ington. died Aug. 23 at Long Beach,
Cal. He was the son of the late Mr.
and Mrs, Abegence Hyde. He went
to New Britain 47 years ago and in
1894 went to the west coast. He has
three sons in the military service and
is also survived by his wife. A sister.
Miss Hannah P. Hyde, and two broth
ers. Theodore W. and Eugene P. Hyde,
are residents of the borough.
- John W. Haley has been commis
sioned second lieutenant at Camp Lee
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Fair
brother left Wednesday for their new
home in Massachusetts.
Mr. and Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Avalon
were called to Providence Wednesday
by the death of ilr. Rose's mother. '
Invitations are out for the wedding
Sept. 14 of Miss Myrtle C. Lippincott
of Madison. Conn., formerly of Ston
ington, and Louis Wilson Ely.
mmmmmn I n .1. IU 1 .11 Mil. 1,11 Mil. '".,'1 H' '.l.., 4 'I
f ; Jt A I
WANTED A trustworthy woman or
young girl to do canvassing in Nor
wich, Conn.; a good proposition offered.
Address P. O. Box 222, Westerly, K. I.
WANT to lease, with privilege of
buying, farm on or near .trolley, good
land, buildings aniJ locality; would
buy if bargain. J. L. W., care Bulletin.
sep5ThS . .
WANTED Competent cook and
waitress. Apply at this office, sepod
WASTED A middle aged man to
work in wood yard. West End Wood
Yard, 303 West Main St. sepad
WANTED Boy for delivery at the
Broadway Fish Market, 40 Broadway,
WANTED Three carpenters for
rough wurk. William Slater Mills,
Jewett City. Call for Mr. Trudeau.
WANTED 'Married man on dairy
farm, up-to-date machinery and . sta
bles, milking machines, electric lights,
desirable house and location. G. W.
Avery, Avery Farms, Franklin. sep5d
LADY having a nice young family
horse would Jike to find some kind
person in the country who would be
good to him and not hurt him, is used
to all kinds of farm work, clever for
any small child or old person, very
nice driver and pretty; for good home,
price $85; one Milburn farm wagon, $20.
Call at my home, 308 Broad St., New
London, Conn. Take Broad St car.
RHODE INLAND HOSPITAL, Provi
dence, R. I., offers training course of
one year to women between 18 and 25
years of age to fit them for nursery
maids. The opportunity for such train
ing is exceptional. Over 2,300 children
were treated last year. Living condi
tions are very attractive. Apply Su
perintendent, Rhode Island Hospital,
Providence. R. I. jy29MTh
WANTED Head trimmer. Inqutre
at the Paris. Hat Shop. 831 Main St.,
Apply at 24
WANTED Cement block machine;
quote price, make and description. H.
S. Owen, Stonington, Conn. sep4d
BOY WANTED in printing office.
Apply to M. R. Waters, 103 Broadway.
WANTED A competent waitress.
Apply to Miss Jane M. Aiken. 157
Washington St. sep4d
WANTED Maid for light house
keeping; family of two; must go home
nights, inquire at Bulletin uince.
WANTED Clerk to drive delivery
wagon; man to work in meat market;
girl to help in grocery department;
man to take care of farm. James M.
Young & Son. sep3d
laboiTday speclvls today
Cobo Shadegroun wrapper Cigar, 6a
straight. One lot of Cigars, 5c. each
6 for 2oc.. 12.00 a dox. Manna uigars,
special 4 for 15c; "1860" Panalette, 5
tor 12C. une lot or ipes 20c. buj
now. Fagan s Smoke Shop, opp. wool-
worth's 5 and 10c StoTe. aug31d
WANTED A competent second girl.
Apply evenings to Mrs. F. S. Camp, 280
Broadway. ' ; augSld
WANTED A. Boy to work, in drug
storet ' Inquire at this office aug3.1d
WANTED Two bright boys for mes
senger service. Western Union Tele
graph Co. aug24d
WASTED 1,600 women to be in
style and wear those new Tarns now on
sale at The Pasnik Co. aug20d
WOOL GROWERS Send : us your
wool, larsre or small lots; we will pay
best price. Admore Woolen Mills,
Yantic. Conn. je22d
WANTED To buy old gold andjsil
ver; aiso old false teeth; highest prices
paid. B. W. Guild. Jeweler, 21 Broad
way, Norwich. aprSd
WANTED Second hand and antique
furniture of all kinds; get our prices
before you sell A. Bruckner. 55 Frank
lin St. Tel. T17-3. nov6d
WANTED Talk about your fall mil
linery and low prices that's us. The
Pasnik Co. Sell for less. aug31d
WANTED Girl for chamber
and waitress. Windham Inn.
Willimantic Division. augl6d
JANITOR WANTED f
j MUST UNDERSTAND RUN
S NING A BOILfcK.
APPLY. DAVIS THEATRE,
lH. i iTl riM" -' ' --
Men and Women
Boys and Girls
IN A RETAIL STORE.
Experienced Spoolers and Winders.
Clean, light work, fine yams, excellent
pay, steady work; , also beginners will
be paid while learning.
Apply A. B. BURLESON & COMPANY
Jewett City, Conn.
Old false teeth. Bjn't matter if
broken. We pay up to $15 per set
Send by parcel post and receive
check by return mail. We buy dla.
COLLATERAL LOAN CO.,
154 Water SU
between Shetucket and Market Sts.
An old, reliable firm to deal with.
TRAINMEN AND FIREMEN
Chance for good wages and advance
ment for men between' the ages of 18
and 45 in good physical condition.
Apply N. T.. N. H. & H. R. R.
F. M. CLARK. Supt.. New London.
WHEN TOC 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 One Buick 191 touring
car, 1' Chevrolet Baby Grand. 1916, 1
Maxwell 1917 touring car, 1 Ford 1917
touring car. at Taftville Garage. Phone
165-5. .. . sepod
FOR SALE House furnishings, at 54
Washington St., Thursday until Mon
day; : : sep5d
..FOR SALE Nice pigs, 6 .weeksold,
$8 each. F. Myers, Willimintic. R. F.
P. No. 2. Tel. 5Z3-3. sep4d
FOR SALE Having my two sons In
the U. S. service. I have moved into
the city; mast sell my two horses, one
bay horse, age 7, 1200 pounds, . sound
and kind; one black Morgan horse, age
8, 1100 .pounds, very nice family horse;
light driving harness, buggy and wag
on and single plow; will sell very
cheap to someone who will not abuse
them. Mrs. Bowens, 42 Cliff St. septd
FOR SALE 1916 Maxwell touring
car; good running condition. Maurice
Flyim, R. D. 1, Norwich. eep4d
FOR SALE Reasonable, a baby car
riage, almost new. Call at apartment
1. 32 Church St sep4d
FOR SALE Tear old Holstein bull,
or will trade for heifer, two Jersey
cows. Coughlin. Baltic. sep4d
FOR SALE Horse and two wagons,
Nick Peters. 76 High St. -sep4d
FOR SALE One 1 h. p. Gilsoa
hopper cooled, srasoline ena-lne. mormt-
ed on small truck, with counter-shaft
attacnea; a good engine In good con
dition at half price. Ray P. Fuller.
Hampton, Conn. Tel. WilL Div. 654-13.
FOR SALE Seven new milch cows
and two horses. E. Zakin, SbewvfTle
fetation. Westerly car, R. D. 1, Norwich.
FOR SALE One four cylinder
uuick, 1917 model, perfect condition;
one Ford delivery body, and one extra
good cheap work horse. Apply at
Bean Hill Blacksmith Shop. sepod
FOR SALE Cheap; I 'have been
drafted and have sold my farm in the
country and will sell my five young
horses; handsome pair of black horses,
ages 5 and 7 years, perfectly sound and
weighing 2700 lbs., have been working
on a sulky, plow the past four weeks,
no better team In Conn.; pair bays,
weighing 2850 lbs., 6 and 9 years old,
will pull five tons together, perfect in
every way, will work single or double,
nice businese or farm team: one brown
Morgan mare, weighing 1250 lbs., in
foal, clever for lady or children, has
been used by my family, great bargain
for farmer; these horses were all
bought green the past three years and
will be sold with an ironclad guaran
tee; money back if not satisfactory.
Telephone 72-2 New London. Conn., 60
Brainard St., off Broad St sep3d
FOR SALE Very good driving horse,
gentle and safe for anyone to handle,
or would exchange for eood faTm
horse. Tel. 96-32. Willimantic. aug31d
FOR SALE 1914 Ford touring car.
tn ffood condition; must be sold at
once; sacrifice price. Address Willi
mantic Bulletin Office. sep2d
FOR SALE Cow manure.
Bass, Thamesville, City.
FOR SALE One three-passenger
Studeoaker Runabout, overhauled and
in good condition: tires nearly new.
C. S. Peckham, 2 Shetucket St. aug31d
FOR SALE One 7 1& kilowatt dyna
mo, one surrey: said property used but
iittie. Mansneid urgan .Pipe worns.
Mansneid Depot, conn. augita
FOR SALE One light five-passenger
Hudson Touring Car. overhauled and
in the best of condition. C. S. Peck-
ham, 62 Shetucket St. aug31d
FOR SALE A horse, 6 years old,
weighing 1400; a piano box buggy and
driving harness, in hrst class condi
tion. Fish Dealer Bennett, Vergason
Avenue, rvorwich Town. Phone 1U3S-3.
FOR SALE Two Shoats, weight one
hundred and twenty-five apiece. Ray
L. Moffitt. Tel. 84-2, Canterbury, Conn.
Town Farm, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 134.
FOR SALE At the Buck Farm in
Westford. Cows consisting of Snring-
I ers; new milch and later to fresh cows.
now in milk. A. M. Bpwen, Eastford,
FOR SALE LOW PRICE WORKING
MEN'S HOMES; one four family house.
S4500; one three family, $2500; one two
family, $3000. Located on North Main
street. Telephone 13o8-o, or address
Box 824, Bulletin Office. aug30d
FOR SALE One dry cow, several
nice heifers; one nearly new low down
milk wagon. Robert S. Stott, Tel.
FOR SALE of exchange (a part) for
automobile, a cottage of nine rooms,
with lot and shed adjoining, shore and
country advantages, boating, bathing,
fishing, with pavilion and postoffice,
on grounds; cottage is short distance
from Xiantic village, Crescent Beach,
Golden Spur and Oswegatchie, near
state camp, all available by trolley or
launch; furnishings included in sale;
touring car desired, of 1917 or '18
model, electric lights, starter, good
style, preferably new, dark green de
sired, blue or black, in good condition;
owner of cottage has business interests
which make further use of same un
available. For further information,
write to 53 Oak St.. Norwich. Conn.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
JAMES H. HYDE, North Franklin
Phone 30, Lebanon
Men for Washers; also Picker Room
GLENN WOOLEN MILLS,
FOR MARKING AND
TROY STEAM LAUNDRY
MEN WANTED AT THE
BOARD COMPANY'S MILL
Steady Employ ement
50 Laborers, 10 Farm Hands, 4 Wait
resses, 20 Spinners, 4 men for Dye
House. 3 men for Picker Room, 6 men
for Card Room, 10 Weavers, 2 colored
boys. 3 young rren for the Beach.
FREE EMPLOYMENT - BUREAU
Geo. U Chwbro. Mgr. Central Bldf.
TO RENT-Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, or singly to
gentlemen; electric lights, steam heat.
Write C. R. M., care Bulletin Co.
aug?2ThSTu - - -
mn dpwt ikfteeiv furnished " three-
room apartment in good neighborhood.
all modern improvement, uu
vacuum cleaner, etc., low rent.:-F; R.
X.. Bulletin. sep4d
TO RENT Two furnished rooms for
gentlemen. Inquire 42 Cliff St. sep4a
wi nicivT A six-room fiat to an
American family-of adults. Mrs. Kings
ley, 153 Maple St. . sep4d '
TO , RENT Furnished room, heat,
bath, cold and hot .water.-10 minutes
from Franklin Square. AddTess "G"
Bulletin once. augjia
TO RENT Furnished room, also one
room for light housekeeping. Mrs.
KeHy, 7 No. High St. ang31d
FrR RENT Furnished apartment
for lieht housekeeping; good location.
Phone 353-12. aug29d
TO RENT Two furnished front
rooms, 46 Church St. Phone 471-2.
or light housekeeping, with gas, elec
tric .usms U1U . lt. ; , o.uuu jiuwi f,
J10 per month each. Inquire of Ailing
Rubber Co. augaa
TO REWT Newly furnished rooms
lor e-entlerrten on Main St.. all con
veniences, private family. , Inquire at
this office. jezvo
wltu gooa, reiiauie cuauuui a, uaj wj
night service. Call 1219-3. 14 Cliff St.
STORAGE Household goods stored
for long or short terminates reason
able. Fanning Studio, 52 Broadway.
TO RENT Furnished rooms; also
rooms for light couseKeeping. 10
School St. Tel. 1048-3. seplld
STORE TO RENT
ON1 FRANKLIN STREET, 30 FOOT
FRONT ONLY A FEW FEET FROM
FRANKLIN SQUARE CONTAINING
ABOUT 1,000 SQUARE FEET LOW
RENT. INQUIRE AT BULLETIN
FOR SALE One six year old pony,
harness and saddle; Apply at 42 Wal
nut street, Willimantic. aug30d
FOR SALE Motorcycl. in good
running order, good" tires and etiuipr
ment. Price $55 cash. Address
M. E. S. Bulletin Office, write or call
after 4 p. m. ' aug 26d
10 acres tillable, balance pasture' and
wood. land. ,' some timber and abund
ance of wood, plenty of fruit, 8 -room
cottage house, running water, bath,
toilet, hot and cold water, fine lawn,
large barn, situated one-third of mile to
railroad station, near and with all con
veniences. Price $3750. A rare bar
gain. If interested , in a cozy home
come and look at this at once.
WILLIAM A. WILCOX
West Broad Street, Rooms 1 and 2
WESTERLY. R. I,
Three Metz touring cars in A-l shape
with self starters and electric lignts.
prices from S300 to $450: two Metz
light delivery trucks, one open, one
closed body, $150 and $250; one 1915
speedster, price $250: one 12-V Davis'
&- Lynn battery, new and fully charged,
list price $40, my price $32; second
hand Willard starting batteries, $10 and
up, or will exchange, for your old bat
tery; platinum points for Bosch &
Simms magneto always on hand: two
Bosch X. U. 4 magnetos. $25 each; one
Dixie magneto, overhauled and new
wires, price $20; a few more of those
heavy Ford -tubes. 30x3is, price $3;
new and second-hand tires and tubes,
all sizes, at bargain prices.
P. O. Box 247. Phone 133.
Centrally located Rooming Mouse,
COMPLETELY FURNISHED, and
Irlnlnn a nood business, with all
3 9 -
rooms occupied. This splendid res
idence will be sold at a bargain
because of owners ill health.
THOS. H. BECKLEY
278 Main Street Phones
The Old Historical Tavern, known
as Adam's Tavern, with Stock and
Also my Gardner Lake Property,
1-4 mile water front, fine grove and
35 acres of land, with houses,
bams, sheds, etc.
X. A. ADAM,
Norwich Town, Conn,
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
Several cottage honses, centrally lo
cated, in good neighborhood- Two,
three and six-tenement houses, near
business section. Residences on Wash
ington St. and Broadway.
R. S. BARTLETT,
No. 14,.Ceatml.BIdc City.
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 SS390. $500 cash. Also several
bargains tn stocked farms.
Tryon's Agency. Willimantic. Conn.
They are here. A nice load of well
broken horses,: Juet out of work and
ready to go to work. . All kinds, big
and small, pairs and single. Prices
right,-. Come and. see them.
i .' ' BLUER ZL 7IERSON.
Tel. 636.. - V aaylia
of household goods of the late Lucy
WMte Merrltt at 469 Main. St., East
Side, consisting of chamber sets, bu
reaus, stoves, chairs, carpets, dishes
and many other things too numerous
to mention, Thursday and Friday, this
week. Hours of sale, 9-12, 2-5.
MRS. GRACE DTKEMAN. .
- $4,000 WILL BUY
FINE COUNTRY HOME
On State Road, 3 miles to R. R.
station. 10 room house; interior'
finished in white enamel. Large
barn suitable for garage use; poul
try house, and ice house of 20 tons
capacity. Land, 35 acres, 18 being
rich, productive soil. There's a pic
turesque pond of large size, it goes
with the property. Great value for
the price asked.
Archa W. Coit
Highest Grade Properties '
Telephone 1334 63 Broadway
No. 218 Laurel Hill Avenue
Attractive Eight Room
Modern Improvements and
' INSPECTION SOLICITED
James L. Case
37 Shetucket Street,
' REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
Within three minutes walk from Merlin-Rockwell's
Shop, an 8 room cot
tage, all modern throughout, hard
wood floors, all in apple pie order. A
rare chance to secure a fine modern
home, reasonable. For full particu
lars, inquire of
JOHN A. 3IORAN.
Real Estate Broker, Franklin Square,
74 P-ROSPECT STREET
A 9-room House with all improve
ments, including heat, Large level
lot 64x 200 feet, House in good
condition, and located in best resi
dential portion of lower Prospect
street. For particulars
FRANCIS D. DONOHUE
Central Building Norwich
NINE ACRES' CHOICE GRASS
LAND WITH BARN NEAR THE
E. A. PRENTICE
Phone 300 86 Clin St., Norwich, CI.
Now is the time to use
GROUND LIME STONE
FOR SALE;BY THE
PECK, McWILLIAMS CO.
Livery, Sale and Boarding
Stable. Taxi Service and
Horses to let for all kinds of busi
ness, wth 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 horse
will be sold with a written guarantea
to be jnst as represented a.1 time of
sale, or money -refunded in full. Trial
allowed. If in need of anything in our
line, give us a trial ind we will give
you full value ior your money.
STABLE 371, 373, 375 MAIN ST.
Phone 326-2. O'BRIEN" & CHASE.
Two 10-horse power Horizon
. tal Engines For Sale
Will be sold cheap if taken at once.
NORWICH STEAM LAUNDRY,
193 Franklin Street
FOR SALE OR RENT
at Watch Hill, Weekapang, Pleasant
View, and along the Rhode Island
shore; also accessible Seashore Farms.
Frank W. Coy
WESTERLY. R. L
Properties Listed and
Joseph Bodo, 25 Carter St. Daruetson
WHEN YOC WAST to put yoor bus.
lneas before the public, there is no
medium better than through the ad
vertising columns of The Bulletin.
THE TASK BRIGADE. .
(Shade of Tennyson, forgive!)
Half a league, half a league. '
Half a league onward,
Move like the scythe of Death
Tanks, by the hundred.
Boche bullets harmless glide 'j- '
town from their metal hide.
While from that steely Hell
Showers of shot and shell. ' Ti
Volley'd and thunder' d.
Was there a Boche that stayed
To see how they were made?
Not when each Fritzie felt . ,
His hours were number'd.
Theirs not to peek and pry
Theirs not to wonder why.
Theirs but to sprint or die, -- .-
Straight to Berlin they fly, .
Huns by the hundred.
Tanks to the right of them,
Tanks io the' left of them.
Tanks back and front snrronnd
Fritz. Hans and Herman.
Rolling the wires straight.
Onward they navigate.
Crushing each creature that . ,
Smells like a German.
What is that yellow streak
In the dim distance? Speak! ,
Is it a ciTCus freak?
Has nature blundered? '
Hush! 'Tis the Kaiser's kin, -Trying
to follow in - '
Vain his retreating chin, .. .
Small blame you wondered'.
Honor the Tank Brigade! -
Honor the fleet that made
Every last Boche afraid - -
Prussia was sunder'd. , ' :
End all this sin with them,
iieip us to win with them,
On to Berlin with them!-'
war ljOTd. who blunder d' .
Vilda Sanvage Owens ,in " the New
1 oric Times. ...
They are fighting, they are falling.
But they're giving hell for hell;
For the Huns have found their'masters
In the boys we know so well.
Though they're falling by the thou
sands As they battle day and night.
Tet the cry goes out fr?;r: iftliiione
"We have not begun to fight!"
For every one who's wounded, .
And for every one who dies,
The enemy pays tenfold
In a future sacrifice. .
In the raging red inferno.' ' ;
Shrieking shells and tearing tanks,
See Old Glory carried'' forward
By the gnim, determined. Tanks!
Aye, the Huns have fonnd their mas
ters 'Midst the roaring of the guns.
And thsy dread the mighty prowess
Of America's free sons!
X. A, Jennings, in the New York
The man who is " really good often
has a sad look that is discouraging.
ON KNOWLES LOOMS
Steady Good . Pay
WOOLEN MILLS CO.
MILLINERY MAKERS AT ONCE
ALSO APPRENTICES ON PAY.
Earn while you lean,
APPLY MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
THE BOSTON STORE, Norwich
ON ICE CART.
JOHN H. FORD.
Chauffeur to Drive Truck.
Winchester Woolen Co.
Two first class Pharmacists, One
Assistant Pharmacist. One first das,
Soda Man. Men not subject to mi!H
tary service preferred. Reply statins!
experience, to C. H. W. Newtenr
Waterbury, Conn. . -
The Lester & Wasley Co.
v - -
' Bandera.. Envelope? MacKoery .
282 FRAN KUN STREET
Get ; War i Savings .Stamps
vmgs stamps j
i. SUrer. Plattamsa. )
s. (We will .give you'
m8tanna icmr li
Far 'Tour 'Old- Gold.
Pewter, . 04, fawe ; '
cash or '"Waj-jSaTHigs'Stainpa Tor 'ttieiH
full valne. J
THEv PLACT-CsTUOBH 1 COKPASTT.
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