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NORWICH BULLETIN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1519
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Office Hour: 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Norwich, Tuesday, Fob. 13, 1313.
Temperatures are generally higher
tonight and there jwill be rains or
snows ir. the inidule Atlantic states
and New England. There will be no
extensive temperature changes.
Winds For Tuesday a j Wednesday.
North Atlantic: Moderate northwest
winds becoming variable, enow or ra'Ji
MMdIe Atlantic: Moderate ehirtine
winds becoming: outh, snow or rain
by Tuesday night.
For Southern New England, snow
or rain and slightly warmer Tuesday;
Wednesday fair, colder.
Observations in Norwich.
TS. frtHnnrtw friiii1p rrnc?rte-A from
The Bulletin's observa.ne, show the
changes in temperature and tu baro
metric changes Monday:
a. m J! ?9-90
ji m w tu.uu
6 p. m 39 SQ.W
Highest 4", lowest 26.
Predictions for Monday: Fair.
Monday's weather: As predicted.
Sun, 3foo and Tides.
l Sun !l High ji Moon
il Biff. I Pets. ;! Water. I Rises.
Pay, i, a. m. ! "p. in. :1 a. m. p. m.
17 .... 6.42 , 5.C2 :i H.:b I 8.26
IS ... 6.4) '. 5.23 12.10 j 9.2S
19 15.0!" : H.-ii 12.31 ! 10.24
SO G.3S I S.id 'I 1-35 1 11. 2S
21 ... I 6.3b 3.2? ! S.2S i Horn.
21 ...1 U.S.i I 3.29 !l 3.22 " 0.20
:r, ...i! 6.S4 I 5.30 l 4.21 i! 1.1
FIRE WITH FAMILY ALL AWAY
Just before the town hall clock
struck the hour of 10 Monday night,
box 225, at the corner of 'Franklin and
Willow streets, was struck for a fire
'n the building at the rear of ltt
Franklin street owned by Emil Fox.
'"he upstairs part of the building is
occupied by Mrs. Elisabeth O'Claire,
who was away from, home with her
whole family at the time the Are oe..
.jurred and bad not returned at a lata
hour Monday evening. The blasa
started from a defective chimney near
the stove and ate its way up through
the partition to the roof, where it
When the firemen arrived the parti
tions and the roof in a small epot
around the chimney were blazing, but
a line of hose from the chemical was
strung up across the roof of a long
shed that is next to the house and the
blase was soon subdued, and later
when a line of hese from the hydrant
was strung a stream of water turned
on. While the firemen were fighting
the blaze in the kitchen of the house
the chimney broke in two and feu on
to the stove. Some of the, flying debris
struck Deputy Chief C. J. Connell over
the right eye, cutting a slight gash.
The recall was sounded within 15
minutes. The damage ta the building
'U alight. The downstairs part of
the buildinr la need as a carriage shea
by George E. Hodge and Is connected
with tue stable by wng siiea. -
The Are was discovered by some
people who s&vz "the smoke copiing
irwm the building and they notified
omeer Michael Carroll. Officer car
roll went to Hodge's etbl tp give a
telephone alarm but the operator told
Officer Carrol that the line was out of
order when he asked, for the Central
station. He then ran out of the sta
ble to the box at the corner of Frank
lin and Willow streets and sent ni the
HORATIO B1GELOW STARTS
HOG RAISING INDUSTRY
Horat:o Bicelow, who was formerly
superintendent of the trolle.v company
here and was later oiw o: the heads
of the Thames River Specialties Co.,
at Montville, is now nine near
COUNCIL OF DEFENSE AIDS
NEAR-EAST RELIEF DRIVE
In preparation for -the approaching
drive in Connecticut which will by
asked to raise $600,008 to $1,600,000 for
relief in the Near East, the week be
ginning February 23. the Connecticut
Charleston, S. C. where he is running State Council of Defense has sent to
a breeding fxm of high clues swine. , all war bureaus in Connecticut a
Of his success in th..s livestock field, j strong appeal for the utmost coop
Six hours alter high water It is law
water, "vhicti is followed b' Sood tide.
ARE YOU OBLIGED
( clear your throat often and do you
wish ysu didn't have to. Just try
m e our
nel tea hew they clear away that
thiol, faaliflf tn your throat.
15o bax at
tO MAIN 81 REET
ahu mm wor;i
OF ALL KINDS ON
TRUCKS and CARTS
Hechanleal Repairs. Painting, Trim
vng. Upheljt.rirg and Wood Work.
S:ackimithm9 in all ita r.rances.
The funeral of John Bradley was
held from his late home at 293 Cen
tral avenue with a large number of
i -lends and relatives in attendance.
Thorn were handsome floral offering.
The bearers were Edwmd Barron,
U llllam Sharkey, John Damon, Sr.,
I atrick Sheehau, Martin Carroll and
John McKenna. The services in St.
j Mary's church were conducted by Rev.
,r 11. Fitzmaunee. Mrs. T. J. Hea
I ly presided at the organ and at the
! close of the mr-i Edward J. Conneli'.'
rendered Face to Face. As the bed)
a; leaving the cburch the choir sanjr
Nea-er, My God. to Thee. Interment
was In tho Catholic cemetery. Fa
ther Fit'.maurice read a committal
service at the grave.
Charies . imrbmeau of tho Newport
Training SWion is spending a few
clays at the home of "his parents, Mr.
,ind Mrs. Michael Charbineau of 12th
Michael Greene has returned from
spending the week-end in Providence,
A turkey dinner was given in honor"-
Of Private James Kirker at the home
of nis sister, Airs. Richard Seed on
Central avenue with a large numbep
present, all relatives of Mr. Ktrker.
The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Mniayson, Mr. and Mrs. James Ryan,
Mr. and Mrs. George Raymond, Mi?s
.ennte Ward, James Ward and Mifa
Marion Kirker. Mr. Kirker enliste i
at Fort Wright and left there about
ten months ago for France and he
has seen much cf the active service,
lie was with Serge. Fletcher when he
was killed. He told oi' the hardships
thev had to "ndergo. He told many
Interesting t fl ips that he sa while
on the other fide. After the dinner
music was rendered ri several of the
quests rendered solos. All were
pieased by the wsy that he had en
tirtained them and enjoyed the day
of pieasur very much-
Jay P.icketts is spending a few days
at the home of his .parents on Pros
pect street. Rev. Mr. R'cketts receiv
ed a telegram Sunday that his son
laul had arrived in New York irom
I' ranee. This makos three sons on
American toil from foreign servicr,
wiule there i one more sen In France.
William MrDade has accepted a
position with TYed T. I.ry.
John Thebeau of New Bedford is
rp-nding a few days in the village.
I'e'c-r Goodrenu has returned frnm
srnding a few days caliing on his
relations in Glasgo.
the Charleston News and' Courier has
the following to say:
When Horatio Bigelov looked about
for a place for development of a swine
breeding farm he found lust the tract
he wanted, cloven miles from Charles
ton County court house, on the
Stats highway. The land is undulat
ing surprisingly hilly for the coastal
region. Several sweet t-prlngs are in
a dell and from them the farm has
taken its name Spring Fields.
Indicative uf the worth of the tract
for swine breeding, Mr. Bi--elow and
his manager. W. B. Home, have been
most successful in the raising of regis
fered Duroc Jerseys of very aristo
cratic stocir. Not only i the tract
splendidly n lapted to th! raising of
, these large hops, but or. H can be
grown all thy feedstufta necessary to
A year ago, the tract was all but
ttnused. Toflay. it is one of the best
known and most thriving bree'ng
farms in the Southeast. fr. B';v-
stocked it v. tth sw ne of unquestioned
worth and his whole idea has been the
development along losioil l.nes. He
and his mansvror are enthusiastic
about the results they have achieved.
Mr. Bige'.v.v made h'' start in Jan
uary of 191S. He bega.i with ten
foundation sows. Om "f these was
hv Or on Cherry King out of a Walt's
Top Co! dam. second dam iiy Cherry
King Second, the others :hiefly of Col.
Ohio Chief and Orion blood lines. In
the early spring success being evident.
Mr. Rigelow socu'-ed from Peacock &
Hodge, the 1917 Geon?ia Grand Cham-
nior., Imnerator's O-'on. This great
bear has ncn ad"i;'l by si! the fan
c:rA of Duroc Jerse" and is a no-
t"b'e hog. lie has thrived ai Spring
Imperatr"? Orion, the. prize boar of
''nrinf: Fields. wef"hs a li, tie more
thnn a. thous-snd ixtiuris. In tnsrth
he is a seven footer. He is pood tem
pered for all of his I'izti and i, a great
attraction ''or v sitors. whethe," they
Ik: esnerts i; an Inspection tour, or
persons who:-f knowledge of Duroc
.Tersevs is a!mot nothirs'. The size
of the hog is f-triking and it does not
require experienced e,res remark
that he i an extra ordiry animal,
"ut Vs enm-pe'itov in thu s:m-e herd,
snc-- Col. -v inch, js not to be over-
eration of all war agencies in this fi
nal war emergency campaign.
Over the signature of Honorable J.
W. Alsop, the following letter has
teen sent to all war bureaus:
"The Connecticut Council of De
fense has given its unauaiified en
dorsement to the appeal of the Amer
ican committee for Relief in the Near
"It is hard to visualise such an ex.
treme calamity as the people of the
Near East are suffering, but we have
no hesitation in saying that this ap
peal is one of the greatest thing's that
has come to the people of our coun
try ana our state. Our chance has
come to take a hand in a great piece
of national reconstruction which will
enable the stricken peoples to get on
their feet and develop their political
and national life and In so rtninp
settle the future of Asia for the next
"Governor Holcornb has made the
settlement tnat it trie 4,0J0,U00 starv
ing mothers and children over there
were iu Connecticut our Dcorjle would
provioe me whole 3u,ooo,ooo -asked of
"The fullest support of our war hn
reaus is asked fof in this great work,
and you aro requested to appoint
someone to cooperate with the loca5
campaign committee, if you have not
already done eo. Please report his
or her name to Chairman M. W. Ja
cobus, 4S Lewis street, Hartford, as
soon as possible.
"A 'Case Book,' explaining the work
of the American Committee for Relief
in tne Neat Lst,. is enclosed."
"CONNECTICUT COUNCIL OF XZ
"By J. W. Alsop."
beverai days sgo, Harry Hoak. di
rector of the Eastern Division of the
National Rfciiei' Committee wirvd
Connecticut's) chairman, Professor M.
W, Jacobus, that about half of the
ration's quota of $30,000,000 had been
secured, adding "we must urgently re
quest you to push your campaigns to
the very limit as we are defending
upon your state to bring in 'its fuil
Inched, er-i-. This
ASKS SENATE TO PROBE
. NATIONAL WOMEN'S PARTY
At tha home of the nresident. Mrs.
Piniel A. Maxkiiaro, la Hartford, a
vry enthusiastic meeting was held latst ;
week by the board of directors of the
Connecticut State Association Opposed
to Woman Suffrage. The following
resolutions ere adopted by the na.
tional board of anti-suffragists and
have been presented to the United
Whereas, There is an International
propaganda for the overthrow of con
stitutional democracy and for the sub
stitution of Soviets and foreign ideals
of class rule for the representative
government under which America has
prospered for Over a century, and
Whereas, The senate of the United
I States has resolved to Investigate this
raatcai propa3raja, and
Whareas, Ae part of this propaganda
lor internationalism and revolutionary
socialism and feminism radicals of
both sexes .are seeking., to arouse and
organise discontent among our citisen
to promote class and sex antagonism 5
and to discredit the constitution, the
Jaws and. the political institutions of
tne United States, and -
Whereas, The president of the Na
tional American Woman Suffrage as
sociation is also president of a so
called International Suffrage alliance
and has officially announced her deter
mination to organize an International
women voters of the world a new I.
W. W.4 to Include women of Austria,
Hungary, z inland, etc.. and to influ
ence the governments oi her own and
other countries, and
whereas. In August, 1914, the inter
national Suffrage alliance held an ex
ecutive meeting In London, at which
eiabbrate plans were made to hold a
world convention of women in Berlin,
and at which Frau Rosiita Schwim-
mer, secretary of the International
Suffrage alliance and president of the
Hungarian Woman Suffrage associa
tion, was appointed to bring to the
United States a set of petitions for
"immediate peace aijeged to be from
the women of the world, but actual
ly written by Frau Schwimmer herself
at the London office of the Internation
Whereas, An accredited investigator
of the united States military intelli
gence service has testified before the
senate committee investigating German
propaganda that Frau Schwimmer was
undoubtedly an agent of the German
government" at the time of her activi
ties on behalf of the adoption of wom
an suffrage in the United States, and
Whereas. Bernard von Dernberg,
former colonial minister of the Ger
man empire, Itau Schwimmer, a Ger
man agent, and other Germans assisted
at tae organization cf a so-called
''German -American Suffrage commit
tee" in New York city on Feb. 10th,
1915, which organization meeting was
attended and approved by the presi
dent of the National American Woman
Suffragft association, and
.Whereas, At the height of the great
German military 'offensive in the spring
nf 1915 a. hnnlrlot- was 1riim4 hv the
president of the National American I
Suffrage association entitled "War
Messages to the American People," in
which (on page 14) Americans were
asked to send the German women "a
ray of hope" by the adoption of a fed
eral suffrage amendment, and
Whereas, The first political demand
of the socialist party is for the passage
of a federal woman suffrage amend
Whereas, Certain members of the
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RAD IO LITE STRAP
584503 IN BAPTIST DRIVE
James L. Ca;e J'.a.s been made di
rector and chairman fos Connecticut
of the state laymen's committee en
fiKged to raise the? state's allotment of
i'Si.l'Oi in the northern Baptist con
vention victory ca.'m.icTn ior ?6.0o0.
tiC11. "The J6,W.0? sroa! aprars large
or small itcenrding to cur wnse of
utrwanibluo and Ci'.:'!St;an Oijligaiion,
j ten c.nt'i p r witk this year tor each
! member of the dcnominatiin. Of tin?
amount we expect to rai.se 2.500,000
I i nroitjrii tin' churches v;hilc the other
' .m..".oViI)ii ,5i!'n.ild te realiacd through
! it.dividua! gift."
John & Ceo. H. Bliss
Leave Here to Live in Boston.
Word has been received by local
fri'-nds of Mlni-es Mary end Jennia
Oarvey, who recently left the employ
of ifce rortrous Mitchell company
r:d went to Boston to live. The Miss
is Garvey have been employed by the
Porteous ii Mitche-Il company for
nearly 13 years. They have gone to
Boston to live with their brother,
I who- wife died a short time ago.
rr-ccjved glo-.ving praise from The men
who .-ire given to appraising iine Duroc
Spring Fields is. wiihoc: ouetion
ne of the most no-ereT:! nrsruments
ror he development of th's section for
"utile and It'-'" steek. Fire -,t has been
"oncretely dniont'-ated that the finest
of sw'ne thrive and thr;v cenerously.
scant yv auo. the tevid acres
Vrew -ot the tved of ;;tiv l.eg more
iriKtcei-nt'c, tr less nlebene.. than the.
n70r back. Nov,-, it is the suecess
'nl home of :.-rTne of te l.et Duroc
Jp-0'i to be found in the country.
Mr. Fi"e'on''s pronnujicod success at
Snring F!"'-'.! has attracted wide at-!
ent'on. Men in other neiirhhorhood?
in the coata! section hivi viHcd the
Plnee find have been rirt sotiallv con
vinced bv the optical evlden.-c that the
-eTion alone tho coat in H'.-vth Caro-h'n-c
is Frden'idlv adapted to the live
toel; and csttlo and thf evidence
to seined throurh persoTtnl conaet 'S
'lready hen Hi.? fine fn'it. With the
uceess of Sprinar Field.-; and similar
farmtJ in th.M f?eet!on m'ist eonit( more
lucees fcr tie !-. stoc-k ..M cattle
man from ulsr vill b-j drawn, not
'lone bv the success of a oomparat've
fow, b'.it tbi- lure of che.-to lands,
ehert-lv developed and ehef.plv main
tained.' In the compass cf 1v.'A twelve
months, f. iyi'i ha started .. linrj near
Chr.i'lf.-sion .Tn.1 has inere.'-.sed that herd
-md i rpadv for en important eale of
desired hes?. T"at say expert nh
rerrs. is owe't.r.? t'i rcrrarl;. The
wftnes of deve'nnrrier.t, iiionsr nitli
ih evcr-lknr:f- of the rtevrlotirneiit, are
..ftrnetinp' n ftt'l f?hfr? of .-ittention to
'-nr'r.ff Fi"U!-5. As Mr. Tlipiow h'm-
eir' is ri'id to attest, he ir, more' than
dei'?hted to lisv struck upon this
tlioroiirl.lv suitable tr.et and to have
undertaken lis experiment.
WILLIAM G YOUNG
BTE18UN ft IcjUNQ
CARPENTER and BUILDER
Mt work and materia la at right
r ekU-td labor
TtlavhoM W Wert Mam 8t
I Rainfall Nearly an Inch.
j The rainfall Of Friday night and
during Saturday amounted to .69 of
t-n inch, according to the measurement
made by the water departments ot-flce.
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ACCCSFD OF ISSUING
CHECK THAT WAS 'WORTHLESS
On the complaint of John A. Moran
the police on Monday evening arrested
Roger O. Foust of Philadelphia oil the
charge of drawing a false cheek.
Mr. Foust was arrested by Sergeant
Kane and Officer DrlscoU at hia home
on School street. Mr. Foust explain
ed to the police that he must have
overdrawn bis account at the bank.
The check In question was for about
Mr. Foust is the man who appeared
at the last meeting of the common
council with the proposition that he
would agree to collect and dispose of
all garbage in the eity for one year,
by a sanitary process, for tho sum of
$1,500. He also agreed to furnish
bonds that this work would be satis
factory. Aftr his arrest, Mr. Foust was
later released under bonds of $100 fur
nished by Frank Smith.
Police Pick Up Bioyele.
At the police station is a girl's bi
cycle which was found on the steps
"t the Slater Memorial some time last
week, and the department is looking
for an owner but none has yet been
"SOUVENIH'' TAYLOR DIGS UP
MORE LEGISLATIVE LORE
"Souvenir" William Harrison Tay
lor evidently believes in that excel
lent ms.xlm, "one good turn deserves
another." as be has kindly furnished
The Bulletin ' representative at. the
ca.pitol another collection of interesting-
data pertaining to the Je.'risiature,
No senator of the present general
assembly haw boon a member of the
senate before the prescno century
(sine 1400 . .Senator Bcusionc L
Adams of Central V. l!ap was a mem
ber of the house in ISSj and Senator
Dwisrht' il'.-tnv of -trv-.l ; lofil
I TlittrA nrf n;lv ;ft..-iv e !.....
house that were members in the tt
cenlury. Thf.t noble, centra'. W'illiam
A. Kin:?, of Wiiiimaniic the: popular
republican leader cf the.' house is the
vor.er.in cf them ail. jHn hni the hon
or of being a member of the house in
1SS2 and in 159? too. The next on
the list are two members from Tolland
county. Oscf.r A. Leonar I of Tolland,
and Levi M. Reed, of Union, who were
members in 1.SSS. Then ernes a Wind
ham county roem'ber, v;ne IS. Frank
lin, Brooklyn, mr. Tho otWer mem
bers were; i, n-nse! J. Brv.-nit. Oramre
ISSSi: John ii Carmen, SuffMd jssif
Isaacs. Knapp, New Fairfie ! !S9f
and 1SS3; Charles ;. Smith, r;r0!.on
1SS1 and 18S5- Wii!i;mi C. Rnrhite of
P.'deefield.. Wr. William ii. ii-i
Willington, li'SS. 1895, 19ST and s2re
I8Si; Robert 0- Katop, North Ha
ven and Ja.l D. Walter. Cheshire.
1S95: John H. Fish. Newlrtctrin
Fayttt.e L. Wria-ht. pomfrer and Rob
ert C. Mitchell. Southbury, 1SS9. It
is a happy circumstance "S vvenh'"
fays that "Fob" Eaton and "Jake"
Walter, as their, hosts of fiierds lov
ingly can -em sit rt$rht teross the a'sle
from each-other. In between business,
for they are both wideaw.-ike la.wnir.k
ers. they can talk over the rood old
legislative days of yore and
"Charlie" Sra;th of Groton can have
a "when fond recollections present
ihem to view" with the members of
the two sessions of which he was a
member. Here's heartiest best w'sh
es and Food luck galore to ail who
were members in the lant century and
bye the bye this cefltury. too.
TeVonal Woman's Party, an orpaniza
tjia seeking a federal suffrage amend
ment, recently collected monev for and
helped to arrange two Bolshevi 't meet
ines in the city of Washington, at
Poll's theatre and the Masonic Temple, !
Resolved, By the executive commit- j
tee of the National Association Op
posed to Woman Suffrage (a federa-
t.ion of 26 state associations with an
enrolled membership of over 500,000
American women) that in the name of
patriotism and for the good of Ameri
can political institutions, the senate of
the Lnited fatates be. and is hereby,
respectfully petitioned to investigate
the National American Woman Suf
frage association, the International
Woman Suffrage alliance and the Na
tional Woman's Party, to determine
what relationship exists between these
orgauiations oj socialists and femin
ists in Europe, and to discover in what
manner the. vast sums of money al
leged to be raised and used by these
orgaivzations are being employed to
effect legislation in the United States,
and be it further
Resolved, That the National Asso
ciation Opposed to Woman Suffrage
subSiit to the United States senate
all evidence and data in its possesion
regarding the facts listed abov, to
fether with any testimony as to its
own organization that the senate of
the United States may desire.
Connecticut College for Women at
New London is among the first organ
izations to undertake an endorsement
of resolutions adopted at the New
England Congress for a League of Na
tions held in Boston a weeit ago.
Students Vnd faculty at the sug
gestion of President Benjamin T. Mar
shall voted for a League of Nations
at an assembly held Monday, after
both sides of the argument had beer.
presented by the president of the col
lege, Mrs. Susan K. Noel, head of the
department of history, and Dr. Caro7
line Black, of the department of bot
any and zoology, delegates to the con
ference. Copies of the resolution will 1)0 sent
to the president of the United Statec,
the senators from the state of Con
necticut, the president of the UniteS
States senate, the speaker of the house
cf representatives and to the -Honorable
William H. Taft, president of the
league to enforce peace.
The resolutions, are as follows:
Whereas, The g"reat war, brought to
a close in the armistice of November
11th by the associated poy.'er of the
free nations of the world, we believe
was a war primarily to end war and
to protect inalienable human rights.
Therefore, Be It Resolved. That we,
the students and faculty of Connecti
cut College, advocate the establish
ment of a L ea sue of Nations, since it
is our conviction that such a league
will be a potent instrumentaiitv f-r
promoting and insuring the peace, lib
erty, process, order and happiness of
Be It Further Resolved, That we
are rrat' fled in the share which the
president of the United States, and
those representatives of our land who
SATIN PUMPS in blue, pink and white Sizes 2, 2l2
One lot Men's high grade SHOES -in Vici Kid, Gun
I Metal and Russia Celf Sizes 9V2 to 13 AA, A, B and
THE IC1ES CO.
I " .
IWI TTMsTn p'o'rfleld
a daughter, t-rma
Veh. la. IMS.
Marie, to Mr.
M. E. Phillips.
BlOWFs-fTT.avi", Tn Norwich Feb.
17 1S19. bv John H. Bornes ,T.
r-'w-E? J. Blewea and M's F-anceS
Etta Strong h-tii of Hailvilie.
TrtTXG TPTTti' x:' T In Tma.
Feb. IT. irnft, bv Pew Civirles F.
Frtard. Mi'tor- fv-z of Denloien
pid Miss Stella Tetreauit of Put
H-" )IF"T.T-TrifiKFTl Tn New Lon
don. Feb. 15. 1 ft ft bv 'iit'W J. PftwicVfl
Danforth, I.-ee R Wanmerlv V. S. M
".. f)"d Annie E. Tooker, both cf New
have been associated with him in the
Paris conference, have been able, with
our allies, tq achieve in the constitu
tion of a league of nations, which it'
was the privilege of the -president to
present as the report ol uie commit
tee charged in frtming this constitu
tion, and it is our conviction that th;
l:nited Stales should lohow the let.
of the president in inis raauei, e..j
enter such a league as shall be ade
quate to safeguard the peace and to
confirm the same, which has been won
by the joint forces of the allied nations.
STATE MASTER TO INSTALL
OFFICERS FOR POMONA
State Master Frank A. Blaucman of !
Oronoque is to be here on Thursday j
to be the installing officer for tiic j
meeting of New London county Po
mona grange, No. U, which will have
morning and afternoon sessions in
Pythian hall. The installation of of
cors will make up the principal bus
iness of the morning session. Broth
er A. D. Zabriskie is to be the cater
er for the dinner that will be served
at the noon recess. For the afternoon
session there will be a lecturer'
hour in charge of Rev. G. F. Good
enough, lecturer, at which C. D. Whit
man is scheduled to speak on "The
Pig, Does He Still Pay the Rent?"
This will be followed by Courtland
York upon "Running Water in the
Farm House and How to Get it."
there will be a discussion upon rural
school management in Conecticut
and readings by Mrs. Munson, Miss
Grace tnmt and others. -
PT1'Eox Tn this city, Fb. 17.
3 K 1 0 . M-'rv. wife of James Ps-tterson
Furersl f-o-v, church A Allan's, Ma'n
r-'reer Wr.-insday mnrnir-ET. Ft.b. '-9
st S,;.T.. Feq'iie"". m;ss in St. Pat
rick chnrcti at 9 'i "ioeU. Buriai ill
s-f. Ti-.c-f.,t:1's cemetc.y.
LUNDBERG At Poquonoc Bridge. Feb.
14. Charles W. Lundbers, in his
JOF.n.VX Tn New Lordon, Fen. j.
ISIS. Mrs. Marv E.. wife of J.iseoh V.
WIHTF Tn li'-ef.op, Fub. 14. ll'lf,
CarcIiDt A. White, .tged C3 years.
SWAXSOX In New Ixndon Feb 14,
1:1 in. Mary Torgeson. wife oi' Oliver
XIC3IOL-K -In New London, Feb. 14.
IS:'. Frar.Is B. NK-hols, aged 78
CFXAXOV ta New London, Feb. U,
1f'l. Mir Ali'-e Pntnura Delanoy,
ir of Mr". E.lna Delanoy Rogers.
ARNOLD In Brooklyn. N. Y Feb. 16,
1919, Oustava Frunees Fish, wife of
Edgar M. Arnold of Erookiyn.
Prompt ser?ie day er &iht
Thoogiif She Would
Die from Eczema
"I went to Johne Hopifm rlospftaf. t
went to ecverel doctore. I tried ether
remedies. I tbeueht would die. D.DJ3.
cared me after I bad eiven up all hop
to erer txl well again on earth. Mr.
Emma Wiie, S Fra&klla St. Baltioutre.
We ourielves hare eeen D. D. D. beat man
I cant of MTere ikia trouble that we know it
! will help you too. In fact wa cnaraateo lb
, Ant bottle. Mc oc and &.M.
m Iotlonibr SKin Disease
Lee & Osgood, Drutrsists.
CENTRAL BAPTIST SCHOOL
HAS OFFICERS ELECTED
The Central Baptist Sunday school
has elected the folkcvU'.g officers for
the year: James L. Case, superintend
ent; Edward Y. Messinger, assistant
superintendent; John Palmer Post, as
sistant superintendent; Gilbert S.
Raymond, secretary; Henry A. Covey,
assistant secretary: George A. Ash.
bey, treasurer; Horace T. CTj'urch, as
sistant treasurer; G. Fred Noves,
chorister; Henry H. Pettis, librarian :
N. Eugene Smith, librarian;. Mrs.
Shepard B. Palmer, euoerintendent
cradle roll; Mrs. Harold S. Eurt, su
perintendent Beginners department;
Miss Helen C. Hamiltop, superintend
ent primary departmet; Arthur F
Wyman, superintendent junior depart
ment; Mrs. Chester G. Ambler, su
perintendent home department.
The school had a total enrollment
on Jan. 1, 191S, of 8-S9, addea 220 to
the roll during the year and removed
181, leaving a present membership of
704, whirii was a net membership
tain 01 vu ,
There were nine perfect in attend.
anco for the year as follows: Offleers,
Horace F. Cburch, 19 years; teachers.
fcev. josepn w. carievaie, 1 year;
Rosalynd J. Granska, 11 - years:
scholars, W. Benjamin Covey-, 4 yearsT
Lewis JI. Covey, year; Austin B.
covey, year; caaxies isripps, j year'
Dorothy GUdersioeve, 4 yeas; Char
lotte Benjamin, s years.
Thirty-six were added to the church
from the school fcy baptism in the
Issues Additional Stock.
The Babcock Printing Press Manu
facturing c6mpany pf New London has
issued S.SOJ additional shares of stock,
thereby making the outstanding stock
CARD OF THANKS.
We take this way to express our
heartfelt thanks to relatives and
friends who shewed they sympathized
with ufj when we were called upon to
nart forever with our beloved daugh
ter. Veronica Slatiery. We feel x- j
tremely grateful to those who sent I
flowers. v s snail ever rememoer such
Mil. ' KT :AIRS. MICHAEL J. SIAT-'ERY.
"Cap"Suivan May Soon be Home.
Dennis J. (Cap) Sullivan, a West
Side boy, who is in the American
army in France, may soon be expect
ed home, he writes in a brier mess-
age received hero this week. j
On Jan. 2, writing from Paris, he
said that he was enjoying a furlough j
just then and was on his way to
Nice. He expected to start for home
after this furlough.
Most of man's friends are willing to
become his memics on the '.east provocation.
1 Church & Allen 1
TRY THIS FO
"PAPE'S COLD COMPOUND" ENDS
SEVERE COLDS OR GRIPPE
IN FEW HOURS.
Tou car. end grippe and break up a
severe cold either in head chest, body
or limbs, by taking a dose of "Pape's
Coid Compound" every two hours un
til three doses .are taken.
. It promptly opens clogged -up nos
trils and air passages in the head,
stops nasty discharge or nose run
ning, relieves sick headache, dullness,
feverishriess, sore throat, sneesing,
soreness and stiffness.
Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing
and snuffing. Ease your throbbing
head nothing else in the world gives
such prompt relief a "Pape's Cold
Compound," which costs only a few
cents at any1 drug store. It acts with
out assistance, tastes nice, and causes
no inconvenience. Be sure you get
15 Main Street
- Rev. William Crawford, paster
the First Methodist church, was
ch&rce of a most impressive service
Sunday afternoon at the Sheltering
Arms. 'taking fos his text Matthew 6:
13-34. What Christ Teaclr About
Trust. Rev. Mr. Crawford save a
beautiful illustration of how we snouid
put our trust in Christ, and use Hea
ven as a storehouse for cur treasures.
This earth does not make a good treas
ury: it is a poor place to store our
goods.- where moth and rust corrupt,
and thieves break through and steal.
U is not a good place to store our
all. We caunoc stav here vath m:i
treasures very Ions, even though tii.-y
were absolutely f;afe.
-Christ eaya: Lay up for yourselves
treasures in Heaven, where nei'her
moth or rust doth consume, aed where
thieves do not break through and
Who does r.ot Took foi ward to hf'-
ter clays in the future . it is t'i
that mvestraerrs are mane, c an j
says: Let me handle your iuvestmoit .
Put your treasure in My bank, it is
absolutely safe, and as for cMvidends
eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, nei
ther hath it entered into the hart of
man to conceive the thinqs rh.it tied
hath prepared for them that love Him.
"All things are yours and yv are
Christ's and Christ is God's." We d
not see what better investment any
one can make than that' The rove-
tives of the richest mines will not cm
nam with it. The security if a.
for all the mines of the. wor
world itself are His. There is no tet
ter place for our treasure.
We aro anxious about our future
here because it i not absolutely cer
tain. But why need we be anrdous
when all is placed in God's hand, and
we have left it with Him to take caru
Christ would have us look, not ta
the immediate, but to tjie infinite fu
ture. He is narrow-sighted who looks
not beyond today, he is equally narrow-sighted
who look not beyond this
life! Christ would have us put ev
erything in His hand-, trust all to Him,
and resiprn ourselves to the enjoy
ment of His service, to a faithful dis
charge of, every duty, and a delight
ful anticipation of the Great Unfold
ing by and by.
Lorenz Aafheus. Like As a Fathe'-,
Still. Still With Thee, and When My.
Soul Reaches Home were given in ex
cellent voice by a double riuartct. M;st
Martha Brown, Airs. Frederick IL
Eushnell, Everett Fielding and Fi-ank
Pose taking the solo parts. Miss
Edith Dodge accompanied at the pia
no. The followinq double quartette from
the First Methodist church sang at
the service at Brewster's Neck ehap.it
Sunday afternoon: Miss -Martha
I Brown, Mrs. Everett Fielding, sopra
no; Mrs. Frederick H. Eushnell, Miss
Florence Bennett, alto; Everett Field
ing, William McGill, tenor; Frank
Rose, Alfred Dodge, bass. Miss Editb,
Dodge accompanied the singers. Rev.
William CrawteJ was the officiating
clergyman, and' conducts the service
every Sunday afternoon at this chapel
large congregations attending. This
service took place in the early part
cf the afternoon, and the same peo
ple participated at the Sheltering'
Arms service later. "The trip was made
George F. Hyde of Washington
street, conducted the Sunday after
noon service cf Scotland Road Chris
tian Endeavor society, which took
rlace in the hall.
William McGiil of Baltic was the
guest Sunday of his uncle, Rev. Wil
liam Crawford of West Town street,
and sang at all services which Mr.
Crawford conducted during the day.
Mrs. Jennie Stanton of New Lon
don spent the week-end with her sis
ter, -Mrs. Frank Skinner, of Scotland
Miss Marion Rogers, a student at
Connecticut College, spent the week
end at the home ot her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Woodbury O. Rogers f
Washington street. Miss Rogers land
as her guest one of her classmates.
Miss Enrietta Weed, of New London.
Mrs. Herbert Graves of Groton haa
returned after spending the week-end
with Misses Josephine and Mabel
Rogers, at their home on "West Town
The First Congregational Home
Missionary prayer service is to be
held in the chapel Wednesday after
At a home on the Scotland road the
buds of a flowering quince are ready
to burst open, and buds have started
on lilac bushes, also on some of tlm i
The young men of Scotland road
Christian Endeavor society gave an
informal social Saturday evening st
the hall. Games were played and .
Cike. cocoa, candy and popcorn wen '
served, with J.e following committee
in charge. Raymond Geer, Thurston
Lillibriuge and Edward Ladd.
i rid and the
The alnrier.'.y dollar is the
many a heart.
key to :
cutisii irniueaza can
be prevented easier than
it can be cured.
At the first sign of a
shiver or sneeze, take
HENRY E. CHURCH
WM. SMITH ALLEN
TEAMING and TRUCKING
DONE VERY PROMPTLY AND AT
ARTHUR H; LATHROP
r Air. da c
"Standard cold remedy for 20 ycare in taHet
orni safe, sun, no opiates breaks up a cold
; 24 hours relieves grip in 3 days. "Money
ifrlt fai;'' rhe esMine boi has a Red tea
th Mr. Hlil s picture. At Ail Drug Stc-rea.
from $1.50 to $3.50
WM. FRISWELL CO.
25 FRANKLIN STREET.
SHEA & BURKE
41 Main Street. .
Special run on new, fresh Tires (all non-skid), re
ceived yesterday, the 17th (inst.). Attractive
prices while they last.
30x3, $10.50; 30x3V2, $13.50; 31x4, $16.25;
33x4, $1S.C0; 34s4, $10.50.
These Tires have 2 extra plies of fabric in Ford
sizes, and 3 extra plies in larger sizes.
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328 MAIN STREET