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The ease of Ernest Lafleur, charged
with manslaughter in connection with
the death of Rolando Gaulin, who was
track and killed by as automobile
driven by the former, was heard Mon
day by Judge F. H. Foss. Attoreny
Samuel B. Harvey appeared for the
state, and Attorney Davis of Hartford
for Lafleur. Seven witnesses for the
state wore heard. Harold Wiggins,
wbo was in the car driven by Lafleur
at the time of the accident, wag the
tint witness for the defense. He teld
how at his suggestion, the car went
by way of Jackson and Valley st-eets
te avoid meeting the fire engine which
was coming down Main street. As the
tarn into Valley street was made ac
cording to Mr. Higgins, the child ran
diagonally across the street, and not
more than ten feet in front of the car,
previously, Mr. Lafleur bad been driv
ing at a rate not exceeding twelve
miles, and at the time of the turn,
was going at a rate of about four
nrilea. Mr. Higgins state-J that La
fleur ld oil In his power to avoid an
accident- Judge Foss found nrobahle
cause and bound Lafleur over to the
next terra of the superior court under
Loads of 11 0i0. which were furnished
by fcij mother.
The influenza epidemic is ending.
The emergency hospital has been
closed and will be thoroughly fumi
gated today. In the three weeks the
hospital has been in operation it has
mrcd for about 100 patients ar.d re
ported 14 deaths. The success of the
hospital is largely to due City Health
Officer Dr. Michael FJordaii, Mrs. W.
P. S. Keating, head nurse, and her as
sistants. Civil service examinations for rural
csrrier at Eagleville and vncanctfS
that mpy later occur on rural routes
ir Tolland countv will b" held in
Rnelrvllle. Stafford, and WiUimantic,
Nov. J J, IMS.
Executor Thomas J. Kelley filed his
fiaal administration account of the es
tate of Mirenret Parte with the pro
bate court Monday. A hesWnjc in re
gard to the acceptance of the same
nil; .-.e held in the probate court on
yjnCsy. Nov. 4.
Toii. stJny, committees will fc
eiecv.'l Ijv the v-rious onorn I ves In
the various rr pufactur'.'i 1 pl:in' of
this city to take charge of an phases
of patriotic work carried on In the
plants. Last week, committees wer?
appointed for the same purgoso in all
How to Make Hair Grow Strong,
Thick and Lustrous,
Few of us get bald in a day and
we all have ample warning when our
hai'- is thinning out.
Parisian sace is a most efficient hair
invigorator, but to immediately stop
anv further loss of hair and quickly
start a new growth it must be rubbed
into the scalp so the starved hair roots
can really absfrrb it and get the vital
stimulation so badly needed. You will
curciy be delighted with the first ap
plication for your hair and scalp should
look and feel 100 per cent, better.
Parisian sage is not expensive. It's
a scientific preparation ihitt supplies
sill hair Tigris cieun, non-stieky,
antiseptic lio.uid that is sold by Lee &
Osgood Co. ant! at drug and toilet
countprs everywhere with guarantee
te giv yon perfect satisfaction or
money refunded.
Good" looking hair is half the battle
In any mtn's or woman's personal ap
pearance. Neglect -moans duli, thin,
lifeless hair and finally baldness, while
a httle attention nosv insures thick
and lustrous hair for years to come.
No matter what your hair troubles
try a Parisian sage m:i8sr.pre tonight
yeu wnl ret be disappointed.
DR. F. C.
moved te 715 Main St, Willimantio
Roars I s, M. te I q. em. Fbose 44
19 Union St. Willimantio, Conn,
Phone 29C 'Lady Assistant)
Succeeding Elmore & Shepard
Funeral Director & Embalmer
60-62 North St, WiUimantic
' Laay Assistant
TeL connection
THERE fs no advertising medium In
JiasUrn Connecticut equal to The Bui
letin for business results.
WiUimantic, Conn.
Aluminum Ware
If'jrouTimow the clanger to health and even to life, itself
Cromiping wares that chip and crack into the food,
you! wffli buy none but Aluminum Cooking Utensils. Of
couxse they cost more than the cheap enamel ware at first
but 'ithey tare clean and sanitary. They are safe all the
iimef and'.they are far the cheapest in the long run.
H ere ? are 1 two specials offered for a short time only at a
good, saving and is also a good opportunity to acquaint
you of the good qualities of this famous fine of Aluminum
Ware v that reflects good housekeeping and good taste.
J-qnart Sauce Pans, hollow,
l steel handle, value 75c, Special
4 -quart Berlin Sauce Pans, hol
Preservtna; Kettles, 3 sixes. $1.39,
IU and $2.19. ,
Berlin Sauce Pans, 2 sizes, $1.35,
nd $1.69.
Berlin Kettles, I sizes, $275,
$2.9$ and $3J9.
the departments of the American
Thread company. The committees will
arrange for patriotic addressee te be
made, for the distribution or govern
ment literature, and all other Kinds of
war work.
Raymond A. Parker has been trans
ferred te Camp Taylor, Kenwiccy, to
attend an officers' training school. Pri
vate Parker has' been at Camp Dev
ens since early in July.
The selective service board in ses
sion Monday received the registration
card of John Levalley of Chapman
street, who registered with the Amer
ican consul at London.
J. B. Martindale ef the V. S. Em
ployment Bureau reports that Monday
was the largest registration day-ince
the office has been in existence. At 3
o'clock Superintendent Martindale was
still looking forward with longing to
a much-delayed dinner.
St. Joseph's hospital, which has not
received any patients since thn in
fluenza epidemic started, will now re
ceive patients requiring surgical and
obstetric treatment '
Walter Reilly, who has been ill with
influenza at (jeongetown University,
Washington, 3D. C, is very much im
proved. Rev. Walter 6. McElroy, It. of New
Hsven, died Sunday from pneumonia.
The death of Father McElroy caused
sorrow to large numbers in WilHman
tie wbo were deeply stirred by the pa
triotic address which he made at the
service held Sept. 22 at the dedica
tion of the service flag at St. Jo
seph's church, a service in- which he
participated with the late Father Ban
non. Te attendance at the schools has
improved greatly in the last week as
there are only 12 per cent, absent at
the Natchaug school and 25 per cent,
absent at the Windham Strees scnoA
The' State Council of Defense has
culled a meeting of ten local chair
men at the Chamber of Commerce ?n
Norwich today at 3 p. at. to consider
pinna. for the promotion of girls' work
in the industrial centers of Eastern
Connecticut. Miss Anna Worthing.?;)
Cnale, new state organiser, will be in
charge of the meeting, and Hiss JIv
ra Smith, secretary of the local Oirlj'
club, will be present to describe and
explain the work already accomplish
ed In WiUimantic.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnson have
gone to Meriden, where Mr. Johnson
will be in charge of the Star moving
picture theatre, which opened its win
ter season Monday.
Winfield J. Phillips, 34, of Chaplin,
died Sunday at the home of his moth
er, Mrs. William H. Phillips, 1217 Main
street, from Bright's disease. He is
survived by his parents, a wife and
three-months' old son, and six broth
ers. Charles. Martin, and Kimer of
Plainfield. Dwight, Frank nd Orrin
of Hampton.
Mrs. Mary Murphy, 75, died at th
.Norwich hospital Monday. She is sur
v.ved by her husband, John Murphy
cf 19 Card street.
Siegfried Richard Olson, 25. died on
j Monduy at the home of his parents,
i:.4i Ja-pKson street, from pneumonia.
is -Jiyivc:u vy lily; wiir. I'jiil -inj!j
children, his parents. Mr. an-J Mrs
tiwen uison, six Mothers ana four sts-
Joseph Francis, the infant eon of
Mr. mid Mrs. Joseph W. Wilson, J2
i.t-lianon avenue, died Sunday irem
Marie Grezilla Lussier, 23, who died
Sunday at Danielson from pneumonia,
U the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cle
ment Lussier, 221 Main street, and is
survived by her parents, six brothers
ni.d six sisters, all of this city.
Jean Baptiste Tatrcault, 5, died on
Saturday night at the emergency hos
,ital from pneumonia. He leaves four
sW, Paul of Norwich, Louis of Mid
dietown. Joseph of Lowell, and Al
phonse of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Evaiis have re
turned to their home here.
Mrs. L. H. Jewett left Sunday to
spend the winter in Spri-.'ffield.
Miss Mary Collins retun d to New
P.ritain, Friday, after visiting friends
here the past week.
Mrs. Aiica Murdock has returned
from Norwich to the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. AHn Jewett.
Mr. and Mrs. George Evans and
child of Hartford are at .1. R. Evans'.
Edward E. Chapel was in New Lon
don on business this week
Mrs. Mercy S. Greene of New Ha
ven spent the week end with her sis
ter at Moder.a,
Get Rid of That
Persistent Cough
Btop that weakening, persistent cough
or cold, threatening throat or lung
affections, with Eckman's Alterative,
the tonic and upbuilder of 20 years'
successful use. 89c and $1.50 bottles
. from druggists, or from
low, steel handle, no-born knob,
value 12.25, special $1.75.
Large-sise Double Boilers, value
2.25. special S1.7S.
Mixing ' Bowls, 3 sites, 50c, 85e
nd $1.00.
WafUle Iron $3.00.
Frying Pans $189 and $2.68.
Large size Double Boilers $2.76,
$Z98 and $3.39.
The Ladies Aid Soeietv wn nlea& 1
artJy entertained at the Congress- I
uonai narsoBage on Tuesday after- on Monday morning. There was a sol
noon. I ftnnn renniAni hiph ntflta In vhii)i Pmt
Mrg. Hattie Chesbrousrh liaa hep I
spending a few days with her son, I
""); anu na tamiiy at Tarkiln, H. I, I
' cluu aire. I'.Ui-Pnn vvilYiv- nf 1
MiStic were visiters Sunday with Mr.
atia Mrs. b. K. Gillette. .
Marshall Bennett has gone to jrork I
as carpenter at the ElmviUe mill.
nwara rennan of Soutntoriige,
ifaf!a"xTand, Jerranc rennan of the
7' Ambulance Corps at New-
port, ti. i were Sunday guests pf their
Brennan. I
Lwuiimwr i-atncK KUey was a
visitor in Hartford Satnriav
Among boys in service who were at
ineir homes ever Sunda.v wr Ser
geant Elijah Berriman, Sergeant Rich
ard Lehrer. James V. Ciirrie onri Fri-
ward Berthiaume from Camp Devens,
William Moran of Newport and Jo
seph weaver or .New London.
iiaiiuraii vmsras la having Lwo
weeKs vacation from his duties at La
Deiie a store.
William Morrison. emnlovd the
car Darn, is to nave a week's vacation
and will spend it with his sister at
iarmei, xv. r,
Mr. and Mrs W V. T. en.
Mrs. fltmrrv Kn,a. 'iit u i i I
rf.7:. . . . : .""- '"' I.!
jjmaoee ana nis tamiiy at North iros- I
venordale on SundHv
Robert K. Bennett ef Central Kals I
It. I., spent the week-end with his
raotner, Mrs. Fanme S. Bennett, his
uaugnier, itiss Pr sci la. w?:n h:u
spent me weeK with her grandmott'.ev.
returned home with him.
Mrs. Philip A. Ahern of Fall River,
i.aoo., was uie guest rnursaay of Miss
Ciara B. Stokes.
Charles E. Rounds of Maiden, Mass.
vas in town Thursday calling or
friends and acquaintances.
Mrs. H. F, Harrington will entertain
tne woman's Missionary society at hei
home In Eimville next week Taurs
day, Nov. 7, at 3 p. m. Miss Cora E
Cogswell will be the leader, taking
up the second chapter in the text booi
Women of the Orient.
The Men's club heid the regulai
meeting in the office of the Assawaga
company Mondav evening.
Communion will be observed at the
congregational church next Sunda
Those who desire to send Christ
mas gifts to the bovs overseas and
have received the official labels that
were issued to the men in t.-e ffixpe
ditionary Force to be sent direct to thf
roiative from whom they desire to re
ceive gifts, can procure the carton:
from the chairman of the local Red
cross orancn, llrs. Myrtiee E. Blan
chard at her home en High" street, o:
at the Red Cross hall, Wednesday af
ternoon. ins local nea cross branch held p
business meeting at their hall Thurs
day evening and in accordance witi
the rules of the National Red Cros
voted to change their annual meetirr
from April to the third week in Oc
to-er. The officers eleeted in Apr:
were voted to hold ever until October
VjVj. A ways and means committei
was elected as follows: Chairman. Ar
thur Burton, Deyville, Frank L: Hen
riett and Miss Margaret .McConnell o
Lailouvilie. Mrs. Charles Blackm?
and Mrs. Walter Prissefl of Attawau
gan, James Walker, Harry Briarley
Miss Jane Camipbell. Mrs. Teresa O'
Neil, Mrs. Edgar Mathien. Dayville.
Mrs. Thomas Jacques has returnee
irom a visit with her daughter, Mrs.
Everett Salisbury of Moosup.
Mrs. Herman Barlow is spending :.
tew clays with her sister in Masher,
-.rs. Henry spauuung nas oen in
Pittsfield. Mass., called there by the
i:.ness oi ner son, Kev. LeoniJu
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woodraensta
of Waterbury were recent visitors
with relatives here, making the Ir:;
in ineir new automomie.
Mr. and Mrs, A. E. Hall and Ger
trude Hall motored to Putnam Sun
1 he attendance at school has been
very low the past two weeks owiu:
to illness in many families. There
was some improvement the last of tr
S. A. Douglass has returned to hi:
duties in the store after an a'. tack
Miss Hartig has been in Danielson
a few days to help care for the sici-:
opes in the family of Harry Clarke.
Mrs. P. H. Coffey is ill with grip
ilr. Brooks, agent for the White-
stone Worsted Co., was in Boston last
Mrs. Phoebe A. Potter of East Ki;
imgiy nas Deen the guest ot Mrs. t .
L. Mowry.
Mrs. H. S. Call had an automobile
trip on Tuesday afternoon throue!
the a-Ojoining towns with Danielso,)
- William Battey of Providence spent
the week-end and Sunday at Hferberi
Mrs. Kayette Wright of Pomfret has
c-een canng for Mrs. Clayton Wright
wno remains ill at her home here.
B. C. Conklin and family spent S:
urday in Hartford.
Mr. and Irs. Harry Brambam and
tnends from Pawtueket have been tl
guests at Grassraere farm.
.'irs. Kosa LAKue ot JJamelson vis
Iteci Mrs. PYank Davis Sundav.
Maurice Conklin of Hartfard was a
week-end sitor at his parental home
Miss Charlotte Bailey picked a dish
of large, ripe strawberries from the
vines on Wednesday. Tiiere is still
thTThiW" ahfT inS2ite f
the ehiHv nints. Shft nls mr-kpri rncoc
fm . r.M,'. ;
from a climbing
Dorothy Ferkins
The American consul general in
Genoa has reported in a despatch of
June 12 that the free admission of
wheat and other cereals and flour has
been extended to Dee. 31, 1918. This
exemption was first granted by the de-
cree of Jan. 21, 1915, and since Nov.
21, IBIS, has included semolina also.
A Nation's Safety
depends upon more than
wealth or the power of its
mighty guns. It rests in its
robust children and in its strong,
vigorous naahood.
an ideal constructive tonic-food,
brings to the system elements
easily assimilated and
imparts strength and pro
motes normal growth.
Scoff' Emalaan kaildM up tk
weak mod fertifia the strong.
Scott & Bewne, Blemeld. N. J.
Undertaker and Embalmer
oecUl Attention to Every Detail.
'Fimersl services tnr "Mr. -Tnfin Par.
isseau were held at St. Mary's church
J. ,.T 'WpCahe was lnhraiit T?v .T W
Seifermari deacon and Rev. John Con-
way, ef New Haven, sub -deacon. Miss
I rlas -Pftomn triA nrMniat anrl Nor
mon Roberts, of Pawtueket. sang dur.
tag the mass. Burial was in St. Mary's
remeterv. Tim hearers ti-pfp Hermftn
Roberts, Frank Leyden. Joseph - D.
Couture, Levi Dayon, Napoleon Day-
on nd Fortunia Dayon. Pvelatives from
Pawtueket, Baltic, Glasgo, Providence,
Taftville, Norwich, Greeneville, Moos-
un and Flaintield were in attendance.
Hourigan Brothers was in charge of
the arrangements.
Miss Ruth Miner, one of the local
telephone operators, has returned aft
er two weeks' stay in. WiUimantic,
where she assisted at the exchange.
during the illness of several oper
Mrs. Laura Grenier has returned to
Jewett City after an absence of sev
eral weeks in Norwich, recovering
trom a surgical operation.
Assistant Commander A. A. Young,
Jr., of New York Military Academy,
is at home for ten days
Louis Masse, who is very ill, was
better -Monday. His condition was
). V. V, 1 V.,.- .
"'""S"1 ivia, i a.,
lute determination to recover is won
rtui and ls helping win the battle
fo' his' life.
The Ladies society of the Congre
national church meets at the parson
age Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Morgan of Fos
'on and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Fer
truson and sons, Samuel and John of.
North Ware. N. H., are guests at Dan
el Morgan s.
John Paisie. district d puty and his
:taff wre at the rooms of All Hallows'
council. JC cf C, Monday evening to
nstall the officers.
The women of the Baptist congrega
tion are planning the annual barrel
er the Mother school. South Caroli-
Articles ef any kind for the home,
lothing for all, especially for men
-nd boys and Christmas gifts for girls
ire being collected.
Fred Leaver has resisrned at the
Lawton Mills and has taken up work
s head agent for a life insurance
company, to cover Plair.Uela, Jewett
'ity, Paekervilte, Moosup and ster
:ng. He is also treasurer of the SI.
T"., I. O. O. V., also of St. Paul's par
ish. Miss 5f mi Wright has lieen enter
ining Miss Helen Eovce of Nor
ich. Plainfield grange gave up its meet-
ng last week owing to so much lll-
Mr. and Sirs. Everett Codin are en-
ertaining Mr. and Mrs. Jeswe Tift and
on, Gerald, of Providence.
Cpurt General Lafaystte. No. 214,
'. of A., Moosup, has purchased a
""ourth Liberty Loan bond for $500.
This makes the second bond this or
der has bought, taking a ?.1,C00, shot
at the kaiser.
Miss Ruth Cote of New Pedford is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. E. Dupius.
I-Tiends of Mrs. L. Meipc-r of L)an
lson. formerly of Moosnp, learn that
!:pr husband is seriously ill with pneu
Privates Everett Phillips, Leander
.obatail, Albert Defossia, Arthur
Rohers of Camp Devens spent a 38-
:iour furlough at their home over the
veek end.
.iK.moR H. A very oi .iewcit uity ana
liss Alvena Berger of Moosup, were
ipited in marriage at All Hallows'
'lurch, by Rev. Joseph E. McCarthy,'
Monday morning at S o'clock. A
luntia! high mass was sung. The
'iricle wore a gown of crep-j de chine,
''he carried & bouquet of roses, lily of
he valley, and sweet peas. The wit
ness was Jerry Avery, father of the
trroom and Amie Berger, father of
h bride. A wedding breakfast was
served at the bride's home. Her
raveling gown was cf Altcs blue, with
iat to match. Sir. and Sirs. Avery
pft on the il o'clock train for Prov
dence, Boston and New York. They
ire expected back the latter part of
;.his week. On their return they will
eside at the home of tho bride's par
ents. Many beautiful gifts were given
'he bride.
Between Central Tillag?. and Can-
Icrliury. Philip Charon, a boy of 4,
is struck and killed by an automo-
'iHe driven by Sir. Torrey of Central
lllage. The accident happened on a
bridge. The boy attempted to cross
mil ran directly m front of the on-'
coming mach'ne. He received a frac
furncd skull. Dr. J. L. Garoncr of Cen-
"a! Village ordered the boy taken to
ackus hospital, where he died al
most immediately.
Mrs. J. B. Tennant, Mrs. Leon Rath
bone, Miss JliWred Rathhone and Ran
dall Tennant, were in East Hamp
ton. Sunday.
J. B. Tennant is able to resume his
work for the N. H. Dairy Co., after a
peek's illness.
G. F. Mitchell is recovering, after
an illness of a week.
Schools in town opened Monday, '
sft.er three weeks' vacation.
Mrs. C J. Doufflas of Boston is the
rruest of her mother, Mrs. H. F. For
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey and son, How
ard Ttelsey of Montville, were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tennant the
first of the week.
Louis Marcus has moved his family
to Guilford, where he will open a mar
ket, and store
There were services in tbo churches
Sunday. Rev. Edward Wolliston of
Hartford, preached in the Congrega
..... 03
"onai enurcn.
Mildred Hough returned home Sat
urday from a visit in Colchester with
Janet and Lois Pendleton.
Frank Young of Saybrook and Ches
ter I. Ferguson, of Lambert Hill, N.
J- are at Maplewood Farm.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ppencer of
Putnam wer? calling on friends in the
Valley, Sunday.
Winlfield S. Kenyon and family
spent Sunday ;n Providence.
Mrs. Henry Wilson was called to
Chattanooga, Tenn., last week on ac
count of ths illness and death of her
son, Private Sidney Hatstat. Burial
was in Hufobardston. Mass.
Mrs. Mary Miarey and daughter,
Myrtle, who have been at Elmer Goss'
have returned to their home in East-
ford. -.
Mrs. Emma Goedler has gone to
North Ashford to spend the winter
with Mrs. Harriet Mors.
The Mohegnn Sewing society bought
a jiuo pons of the fourth Liberty
Services were held here Sunday
morning and evening.
Mrs. Albert Fielding of New Ion-
don called on friends here Sunday.
Mrs. tiertruae Harris or Korwich
called on Mrs, Fowler and Mrs. Qued
geon, Sunday.
Henry Dolbeare has gone to- work
on the high tension line.
In three months Willard Sheldon.
who is employed in the optical com
pany s factory at Southbridge. has
nearly completed a two-story house,
working on it Saturdays and evenings
outside of working hours, and expects
to put. on tne nnisnmg toucues and
I occupy the house before winter.
Chl.drcn Crjf
The Kind Too Have Always "Bought, and whieh has beea
In use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature ef
7 . and has fceen made Mder hi pejw
CjCMA' Eoaal wperFision since its iafaney;
WuxZ C6cAcAZ AUow no one to deceive you in tab,'
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-aa-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of'
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. '
What is CASTOWlA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric
Drops and Soothing Syrups, It Is pleasant It contains
. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatuleney,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishneas arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
y the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep -The
Children's PanaceaThe Motier's Friend.
FBeaxs the
.In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
iWitflin-IMIir----"- r- -
Torrington rThe Torrington Co. has
arranged for free anti-toxin treatment
for its employes to prevent influenza,
WetherEfield-r-Mrs. Thomas Willard
and Miss Helen Cary have offered their
services as nurses during the influen
za epidemic and are on duty oacn day
at the HUrtford Golf club.
Hartford Arrested for spitting op
the sidewalk, Lewis Bloomfield of
Hartford reeently forfeited a cash
bend of $7 through his non-appearance
in police court for "trial, j
Middletown--The Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union has received
three hundred dollars by the will of
the late H.mily Selden. Miss Selden
was for many years a member of the
local union.
Hartford. Harr S. Bond, of Hotel
Bond, Hotel Bond Annex and B'ond
Restaurant fame, admits that he is
considering purchasing a hotel un
der construction at the corner of
Bridge street and Broadway in Spring
Hartford The approach of war pro
hibition has not deterred the liquor
dealers from making preparations to
continue their business, all but two
of the saloonkeepers in Hartford have
applied for renewals of ;their liquor
South Windsor. An appeal has been
made to the ladies of South Windsor
to spend any spare time at Wise,
Smith & company's store, helping
make pneumonia jackets for the
neighboring towns which are in need
of them.
Suffield Charles William Malloy,
son of Thomas Mailoy of Thrall ave
nue, has been given a commission as
second lieutenant at Camp Lee, Pet
ersburg, Va., in the officers' training
school there. He has alreaay been
ordered to Camp Grant, Rockford, 111.,
for duty.
New Haven While Secretary of the
Treasury William G. McAdoo, was
obliged, due to the press of other bus
iness to decline the invitation of May
or David E. KitzGerald, to come nere
to sneak in the interest of the Fourth
Liberty loan campaign, it is expected
that he will come to this city and
speak at the time of the dedication
oL the new post office building, whieh
is now ready for occupancy.
Head Disfigured
Inflamed and Sore. Itched Caus
ing Her to Be Goss and Fret
ful. Coticora Healed.
Nothing Purer, Sweeter, For
All Skin Troubles Than
"My little girl had ringworms on her
head, and they kept coming until she
had eight on her head. The eruption
was inflamed and sore, and itched
causing her to be very cross and fretful,
lier head was disfigured and her hair
all came out in places as large as a
fifty-cent piece.
"I saw a Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment advertisement and I bought them.
In about one week her head was all
healed." (Signed) Mrs. John Ken
naga, R. F. D. 3, Bethel, Maine, June
24,1917. w
Having obtained a clear healthy skin
by the use of Cuticura, keep it clear by
using the Soap for all toilet purposes
assisted by touches of Ointment as
needed. Cuticura Soap is ideal for the
complexion because sq mild, so deli
cate and eo creamy.
Sample Eoh Free by Meil. Address port
card: ''Catioora, Dept. K. Bostea." Sold
everywhere. Soap 25c. Ointment 25c mi 50c .
Electors' Meeting
- The legal voters of the Town of
Colchester are hereby warned to meet
in Grange Hall, in said Town, on Tues
day, Nov. 5th. 1918, to vote by baHot
for a- Governor, Lieutenant Governor,
Secretary of State, Treasurer, Comp
troller. Attorney General, a Repre
sentative in Congress, a Sheriff fer New
London County, a State Senator, two
Electors of the Town of Coloheater to
represent said Town in the next Gen
eral -Assembly, a Judge of Probate for
the District of Colchester, and thirteen
Justices of the Peace.
Polls open from 8.30 a. m. until 5
p. m.
Dated at Colchester. Oct. Kth, 1918.
. JOHN CONDBBN, Town Clerk.
fcr Hatcher's
Assessors' Notice
All nersens liable to nav taxes in tit
Town of Norwieh are hereby notified
to return to the Assessors en or before
the the first day of November, 118, a
wnuen or printed list, properly signed
and swern to, of all taxable property
owned by them on the first dav of
October, 1911. Those failing t make
a list will be charged a penalty of 14
per cent, additional, according to jaw.
Blanks can be obtained at the As
sessors Office in City-Hall, or will be
sent py mail upon application.
Office Hours: S a. m. to 3 p. m.
Lists will be received beginning
xuesaay, uct. ist, isis.
Dated at Norwich, Cona., BePt. 27th,
Notice is hereby given that thi
Commission of Public' Welfare of the
State o Connecticut will hold Public
Hearings in the Hall of Represent
tives at the State Capitol, Hartford,
Connecticut, at 2 p.? m., Wednesday
and Thursday, November 6th and 7th,
for the consideration ef Health Insur
ance,, Old Age Pensions, Minimum
Wage Laws, and the other matters
referred to it by Chapter 16? of the
Public Acts of 1917.
756 Main Stret, HartfordConnectlctit
missioners for New London County: I
hereby apply for a license to sell and
exchange spirituous and intoxicating
liquors, ale, lager beer, Rhine wine and
eider in the building at 122 West Town
street, Tewn of Norwleh, exsept in the
rooms and apartments in said building,
any part or parts of which are cut off
or partitioned in sueh manner as te
T&rm Dooths, side, rooms, or retiring
rooms. My place of business is not
located within two hundred feet in a
direct line from any church edifice or
public or paroehial sehoel, . or the
premises pertainlpg thereto, or any
postofnee, publie library, r cemetery.
Dated at Norwich; this 3d day ef Oc
tober; A. D. 1918. A. A. Adam AdbUt
cant. We. the undersigned are electors
and taxpayers, owning real estate, cf
the Town of Norwleh, and hereby sign
and endorse the foregoing application
of A. A Adam for license, and here,
by certify that said applicant is a suit
able person to pe licensed pursuant to
said application. ' Dated at Norwich,
this 3d day of October, A. D. 1918.
Henry E. Wagner. Jacob Hafner. John
P. Oombles. David R. Kinney, Timothy
meias. l nereoy eenuy mat the apeve
nameo signers ana enaorsers are eiec.
tors and taxpayers, owning real estate,
in the Town of Norwiet. Dated at
Norwich, this 18th day of October, A.
D 1918. Chas, 8. Helbrook. Town
Clerk. oetSITu
missioneTs of New London County;-!
hereby apply for a $85 druggist license
to sell spirituous and intoxicating
liquors, ale. lager beeT, Rhine wine and
cid6r. to be sold on the prescription of
a practicing physician, and not te be
drunk on the premises. In quantities
not exceeding one gallon. Except other
than distilled liquors, and those m
niiantities not exeeedinsr Are strIIohb.
At No. 149 Main street, Town ef Nor
wich. Dated at Norwich, this 14th day
of October, A. D. 1918. Rollln C. Jonee.
A. T. Utley, Applicants, for tJtley 4
Jones. Proprietors. We. the undflr.
siened. are electors and . taxDavers.
owning real estate, of the Town of
Norwich, and hereby sign and endorse
the foregoing application of R. C.
Jone for a druggist's license, and
hereby certify that said applicant i
suitable person to be licensed pursuant
to said aDOlieation. oatea at ixorwien
this 14th day of October. A. D. 1911.
Herbert L Knox, Adelard Morln. Dan
iel F. McNeil. H. A. Wulf, C. D. Gallup,
T horebv certify that the above named
signers and endorsers are electors and
taxpayers, owning real estate. In the
Town ef Norwjeh. Dated at Norwich,
this 21st day of October. A. D. 1818.
Chas. S. Holhrpok, Town Clerk. ecttJTu
at Norwieh. within and fer the District
df Norwich, on the 28th day of Oeto
ber, A. D. 1918.
Present NELSON f. ATLING. JudgS,
Estate of Raymond J. Couture, late
of Norwich, in said District, deceased.
Ordered, That the Executor cite
the creditors ef said deceased to bring in
their claim? against said estate within
six months from this date by eosting a
notice to that effect, together with all
copy of this erder. en the signpost It
nearest to the place where said de
ceased last dwelt, and in the same
Town, and by publishing the same onee
in a newspaper having a circulation in
said District, and make return to this
Th above and foregoing is a true,
copy of reoord.
XOTICE. All creditors of said de
ceased are hereby notified to present
their claims against said estate to the
uniTersiirned at P. O. Box 504. Taftville.
Conn., within the time limited in the
above snd foregoing order.
actJSa Executor.
" Certificate
' to Tire boarx) corNTT com-:
missioners of 'ey' London County: I
hereby apply for a 16 i druggist license
to sell spirituous and intoxicating
linuera, ale, lage pergliine wine and
eider, te be sold on the prescription of
a practicing physician, and not to be
arun on tne premises, in quantities
not xoeeding one gallon. Except other
than- distilled liquors, and those in
quantities not exceeding nvs gallons.
At i5i Main street. .Town or ro-r-wiefi,
'Jted at7forw1cTC"fhis 14th day
of October, A. D.191S. , William ' B.
Tpung: Applleant. for-Vhw Lea & Os
seod Co., Freorietors. the under.-
slgnd. are -electors .anU taxpayers,
awning real estate, - ef jbe Town of
Neirwioh, and hereby eiffjuand endorse
tne foree-sing applicatiBof The lee
A Osgood Co. fr a druggist's license,
and hereby certify that said applicant
Ir a' suitable person trb licensed
pursuant ts said application. Dated at
Kerwichthis 14tb day ef Octeber, A. D.
ii.v. ,nr?esr hjiDBftrg; Artaur H.
Jones.- Castl)p, bipplri I ieeby cer
tify that the' above named jjigners and
endorsers are electors and. taxpayers.
ci-niji real esiavft, in tne X own OI
Norwich. Bated at Norwich, thii Jlst
day of October. A. D. 1813. Chas. S.
HAlbroelc, - Town Clerk; r oct2Tu
irissinrs for New London- County: I
hereby apply for a Jlcense to sell and
exehance spirituous and Intoxicating
lloueM, ale, lager beer. Rhine wine and
cider - in . the building at -Merchants'
avenue. Town of Norwien' except in
the -ronis. and apartments-..m said
building, any part er part , of which
are cut off or partitioned in such
maimer as w form 6 oaths, -aide rooms,
or retiring reams. , My place of busi
ness Is -hot located within two hundred
feet in a direet Jihe from any church
edifice er-nublie or napochlal school.
or the premises pertainins: thereto, or
any. pentarnce, purine iiprary, or ceme
tery, oatea at Norwien, this ists day
of October. A. D. 1918. Arthur Lam
bert. ABBlicant. We. the' tinderslranri
are electors and taxpayers, owning real
estate, or the Town ot jsorwlch. and
hereby sign and endorse the foregoing
application of Arthur Lambert far a
license. &pa hereby certify that said
applicant is a suitable person to be
lieensea pursuant to said application.
Dated at Norwich, this ; 16th" . day of
October.- A.- D. -m8,-- WHrei Beaure
gard. -PraneU Belque,. Philiaa Dion,
Louis A. paquette, Heraan Murray. I
hereby certify that the above named
signers and endorsers are "electors and
taxpayers, owning real estate. In the
Tewn of Norwich. Dated at Korwich,
thi 17th day of Oeteber. A. D. 1918.
Chas, S. Ilolbrook. Town Clerk. oet22Tu
missieners fer New London Oounty: I
hereby apply for a lieemfe' to sell and
exchange spirituous and " intoxicating
liquors, ale. lager beer. Rhine wine and
elder in thp bhilding at S6-93 Water
street. Town e'f Nsrwich, except In the
rooms and apartments in said building,
any part or parts of which are cut off
or partitioned -in sueh manner as to
form booths, side rooms, or retiring
rooms.. My place of business is not
leeated within two hundred feet in a
direct line from any o.hureb edifice or
public or parochial school,'- or the
premises pertaining thereto, or any
poatftffiee, public library, or cemetery.
Dated at J?or.wjch, this 9th day of Oc
tober. A, D. 1918. George S. Draper,
Applicant. We, the undersigned, are
electors and taxpayers, owning real
estate, ef the Town of N'orwfch. and
hereby sign and endorse the forgoing
application of George B..- Draper for a
lieense. and hereby certify that said
applicant is a suitable person to be
Keensed pursuant to eaid application
Dated at Norwich, this 9th day of Oe
teber; A. D. 1918. 7. Herbert Brown.
Caleb Ellis. William H. Oat, Herbert
E. Draper, Edward R. Brewer. I here
by certify that the above named sign
ers and endorsers are electors and. tax
payers, owning real estate, in trie Town
ef Nofwieh.' Dated . at Norwich, , ' this
llth dav ef Oeteber. A. D. 191-8. Chas.
S. Helbrciek. Town Clerk. ""actMTu
missioners for New London County: I
hereby apply for a license to sell and
exchange spirituous and intoxicating
liquors, ale lager beer, Rhine wine and
eider in the building at Taftville, Town
pf Norwich, except in the rooms and
apartments in said building, any part
er parts of which are cut off or parti
tioned in such manneT as to form
booths, side rooms, er retiring rooms.
My place of business is not loeated
witnin two nunorea ieei in a et-rai-L
line from any church eainee er purine
or parochial schaol, or the premises
pertaining thereto; or any.jpcsteffice,
public library, or cemetery. Dated al
Norwleh, this isth day oi oeioBer, a.
D. 1918. Edmend Preulx. Applicant.
We, the undersigned, are electors and
taxpayers, owning real estate, of the
Town f Norwich, and hereby sign and
endorse the foregoing application of
, , .. . -I t . n t T A
herebv eertlfy that said applicant Is a
suitable person to be licensed pursuant
to said application. Dated at Norwich,
this lth day of Oetober, .A. D. ISIS.
Wilfred BeauregaTd, Philias Dion, .
Adelphus Benoit, Francis Belque.
Heman Murray, 1 hereby certify that
the above named signers and endorsers
are eleetors and taxpayers, owning real
estate. In the Town of Jferwieh. Dated
at Norwleh. this 17th day of October.
A. D. 191S. Chas. S. Helbreek, Town
Clerk. " ect22Tu
missioners for New London County: I
hereby apply faa- a lioense to sell ana
exehange spirituous and intoxicating
Hauors. ale. lager beer, Rhine wine and
cider in the building at SO Raath street.
Town of Norwieh. except in the rooms
and apartments in said building, any
part or parts ef which aTe cut pfT or
partitioned in sueh manner as te form
booths, side rooms, or-retiring rooms.
My plaee of business is not located
within two hundred-feet in a direct
line from any church edificfc pr publie
or parochial- school, or thi premises
pertainlpg thereto, or tny; pnstofflce.
public library, or cemetery.' Dated at
Norwich, this 15th day of October, A.
D. 1818. John Donovan, Applicant. We,
the undersigned, are electors and tax
payers owning real estate, of the Town
of Norwieh, and hereby sign and en
dorse. the foregoing application of John
Donovan for a, license, and hereby cer.
tif v that said applicant Is a suitable
person to be licensed pursuant to said
application. Dated at Norwieh. this
15th day of October, A. D. ISIS. George
K Pitcher, Cornelius J. Leary, Patrick
J." Connell, Patrick Connell, C. K.
Bailev. T hereby eertify hat the above
named signs' and endprsew are elee.
tors and taxpayere .owhlngvreal estate,
in the Town of Norwich. Dated at
Norwich, this. 17th day of October. A
D. 1S1J. Chas. S. Holbtdek, Town
Clerk. - oetiSTu
missioners for New London County: We
hereby apply for a lieense to sell ,aBd
exehange spirituous and Intoxicating
liquors. . alev lager beer. Rhine wine and
eider, under the name and stylo of W. j
E. & J. H. Wilson, in the -building at i
18C Franklin street. Town of Norwich. :
except in the rooms and-apartments la
said building, any part or parts ej
whieh are eut off or partioned lrj sueh
manner s to form booths, side rooms,
or retiring rooms. Our place of busi
ness is not loeated within two hundred
feet in a direet line from any church ..
ediflee or public or parochial school, or
the premises pertaining (hereto, or any i
postoffiee, public library, -or cemetery.
Dated at- Norwich, this loth day of ,
October. A D. 1818. William E. Wll- 1
son, J. H. Wilson, Applicants. .We, the ;
undersigned, are electors anu utxpay. t
ers. ownine real estate., et the Town
of Norwich, and hereby sign apd en- :
dorse the taregoing application or w.
E. and J. H. Wilson for a lieense, and
hereby certify that esid applicants are
suitable Beraons to be licensed parsu- ',
apt to said application. Dated at Nor.
wien, this iotp uy oi iKiocsr, v.
191S. Gilbert' L. Hewitt. Richard U
Tarrant, George P. Madden, W. A.
Somers, Thomas M. Shields. I hereby i
certify that the above named-signers i
and endorsers are electors and tax- '
payers, owning real estate, in the ,
Town of Norwich. ' Dated' at Norwich, !
this 17th day of October. A. D. 1918.
Chas. 8. HolbrOok, Town Clerk. octSJTu
Suite 46 . Shannon Building
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