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NORWICH BULLETIN, THURSDAY, - MARCH 25, 1920'
It DRINK MORE WATER , IF KIDNEYS BOTHER a maat and taks Satta far Back. aeha ar Bladder tril , ' Nautralimaa acid. 1 ROTARY CLUB OFFICERS INSTALLED Vrlc arid in meat arc i tea the kidneys, th-y become overworked; get sluggish, acha, and feel like lumps of lead. Tha tirtna becomes cloudy; the bladder la lr ritated, and you may be obliged to aeek relief twn or three times during the eight. ' When the kidneys' -clog you mint help them flush off tha body's orlnoua warte or you'll be a real sick person shortly. At first you feel a dull srvfinry la. the kidney region, you suffer from Jtackache. sick headache,- dizsl , atomaeh guts sour, tongas coated a you feel rheamatio twinges whea the weather to bad; 'Kar tera neat, drink lots of water; ! ge from any pharmacist four vncea of J&4 Salts: take a tablespoon ful.h a glairs of water before break f ant for a- few- days and your kidney will then act fine. Thle famous salts la from the acid of grapes and 'ternon Juice, combined with Hthia, and fcas been, used for generations to clean tkitrgrd kidneys and stimulate them t normal activity, also to neutralize the aeWsr m urine, so it no longer Is a uree of -Irritation, thus ending blad er weakness, Jad Salts ia Inexpensive, cannot la JuW; biakes a delightful effervescent Hthia-avater drink which everyone bouJd.,Uka now and then to keep th Kidneys clean and active. - Druggists here say they sell lots of J ad Salts to foot who believe in overcoming kidney tr-roble while it Is only trouble. JTHE" JERSEY PETTICOAT. HAVING A GREAT VOGUE Wtth (he present scant dress skirt, the only.' petticoat which can be worn with comfort and . without marring the" effect f tha skirt Js (tie of the handsome Jerseys which the stores are s featuring., These underskirts are thin and clinging, have an adjustable band, come in greens, navy and "Wack and ar finished with a smart deep ruffle of accordion plaited silk or . satin. Pants a petticoat la priced from- (7. IS Bowie woanan utitl choose the silk underskirt,- and for their demands are disslayed some beautiful models in navy, cardinal and changeable taffeta. .t.rfre ranging -from 6.IS to Jl. Lii-ht weight an dalways a favorite la, the heatherbloom petticoat, which la .developed-in - figured fabria the price-rmWJts beginning at $3.48. - ..C't Ml, tne designs -bown. the Jer ey will give the best satisfaction. In these. dsvs when every woman is aim Ing- at rtlhouette effects. The-ruffle finish is fascinating in its smartness, but the -Urt Itself . is almost . glove titling. tc6 that there is not a wrinkle to tetrad from the slenderness of. the rre-. Ixtok1' over the diiplav o thesswfas elratiag Jer-rys. while on. a shopping ;or tor proper frnrmg apparel, . . Merchants advertising with The lullrtis- have- .kw eharmtng - far. tweaks In stock. The Norwich Rotary club was for mally instituted and the officers elect ed 4t. the recent organization meeting were installed at a meeting of the club -Wednesday evening at the Wauregan house. The installation- of the officers took place following a dinner which was served at .3 o'clock. ' " forest Joseph Perkins,, past presi dent of the Providence Rotary club, conducted the installation of the offi cers, and was assisted by George I. Fales, a director - of the - Providence Rotary club. The officers of the Nor wich Rotary club are as follows:- ; president Joseph C. Worth. Jr. - Vice President Harry M. Clark. ; Treasurer Dr. Clarence A. Spear, Secretary 'Edwin H.'Baker, Jr. The directors are Joseph C. Worth, Jr T. -C-Murphy, James It Crawford, Howard. Baker; Harry M. Clark, Her-, bert M. terou' and Herbert Adams. The club has 25 charter members. Following the. Installation ceremony there were interesting talks "by James Ij. Case, Who spoke on Daylight Sav ing, and Rev. W. A. , Keefe. whose topio was -The Mohegan Trail. . LAOIEli LOOK YOUNG, DARKEN GRAY HAIR J Grandma's Saga Tea and Sulphur -.- - resipe and nobody can tell. Brush it through, hair.' President Worth appointed Timothy C. Murphy chairman of a- committee having as its oDject the retention , of the trolley service . between Norwich and Westerly. 1 The gathering broke ' up about 9 o'clock and the next meeting is to be held next Wednesday noon at the liregan house,' when 'an address is to .be delivereu -oy r.tv. V."S.-Swisher of - New London. Lawrence Stanley presided at the piano during the even ing. - - There was a large delegation pres ent from the New London Rotary club and it was announced at the meeting that the New London club will present a banner to the local Rotarians. " After the-meeting Wednesday even ing there was a short . conference on the daylight saving question between Mayor J. J. Desmond and the direotors of the club.' The club is in favor ";. of: the daylight saving- plan. '? ";'"";;';:." The annual district convention -ot the.JRotary clubs in 'New -England is to be held in Springfield March' 39 and 31, and V Norwich clnb" will be rep resented at the convention by Presi dent Worth and Joseph . Weymouth, . I . -Gray, hair, however handsome, de bole advancing, age,. uWe , ajl.know ,ine aavaiiutges oi a yomniui appear ancp. Your hair is your charm.. . 1 makes or mars the face. When i fades, turns rray and looks streaked, -juet a ;few applications of Sage Tea and 8ulphur enhances its appearance a iMinnrvd-roii!. !ost - stay gray! Look younc! Either prepare the recipe at home or get I rem any drug store a bottle of IVreth's t-age and Sulphur Com pound." Which is merely the old-time reripe Improved. by the addition ot other ingredients. Thousands of folks recommend this ready-to-use prepara tion, herause It darkens the hair beau tifully, besides, no one can possibly tell; as it darkens so naturally and rvenlv. 1'oU inoixten a sponge or soft brush with It. drawing this through ta4 hair, taking; one small strand at a-trme. fiy - morning the gray hair disappears; after another application c. two, -its-finturat celer is restored and it becomes thick, glossy, and lus trous, and you appear years -ounger. TRYING $25,000 SUIT, AGAINST CITY OF NORWICH Efforts to reach a settlement hav ing failed Wednesday , morning after two hours of conference between at torneys in the superior court at New London, the trial of the ?Za,000 suit of Miss Mtte Richmond of Norwich against the city of Norwich was be gun before Judge John P. Kellogg and Jury. Miss Richmond is suing the city for being shot by. an armed guard at Fairview reservoir as a -result of which she had to have one of her legs amputated. ' v It is claimed that on the evening of July it, 19 17, Miss Richmond was riding in 'an automobile on the? road leading is ine reservoir just ouisiae of the city of Norwich, when Joseph Matri, an armed guarx employed by the city of Norwich to Lard. the res ervoir fired three shots yt the auto mobile without warning from the darkness. One,,.of'the bullets .pene trated the machine and struck the plaintiff in the left thigh, came out of the leg in. another place, went through the seat of the machine and again en-. tered the leg, fracturing two bones, and later necessitating amputation of tire leg above the knee, " - i The plaintiff claims that Matri was a man of foreign birth, without edu ction, inferior in. mentality, lacking in Judgment, vicious in temperament, possessing little regard for. the life or safety of other human beings and not qualified or fit to be armed with a dangerous weapon of to act as a guard. It is also set Torth.ahat .the reser voir Is situated' on a high piece of ground and is a place of natural beau ty, cool and attractive in warm wea ther to persons seeking relief from the heat, and that the city failed to place a sign, barrier, light or warn ing of any kind across the highway to inform travelers that travel was prohibited or that armed guards were patrolling the highway and that trav elers were liable to be attacked and shot. . The plaintiff also alleges that by placing armed guards there it did an act intrinsically dangerous and Wanton and constituting a nuisance. The following Jury was selected to try the case: Ralph O. Allen. and Ed gar Ashbey of Groton; Charles P, Palmer, Daniel Frink and Everett Chapman of Stonington; Morton Getchell of Montville; James B. Gray of Ledyard; Wellingtm Lamb, Ben jamin Neff, Henry G. Brooks, Charles Btanton and J. Oscar Smith of Wa terford. . v Attorneys John H. Cassidy and L. L. Lewis of Waterbury and C. W. Cassidy and Thomas M. Shields of Norwich represent the plaintiff, and Corporation Counsel Joseph T. Fan ning and Attorney Allyn L. Brown are counsel for the city, ' The first two witensses were W. H. McGuinniss, present cashier of the board of water commissioners, and Charles W Burton cashier of the board at the time of the shooting, and they testified as to votes passed by the board placing armed guards to protect the reservoir. . 1 George E. Pitcher, civil engineer of Norwich, explained a map-. and pho tographs of the road where , the. shoot ing took place,, ..,'- . , . .,u ' MOOSUP INVENTOR "GRANTED -- LOOM HARNESS PATENT - Patents issued from the U. S..pa,tent office Tuesday. Marcbf 9, for the state of Connecticut: W. H, Appleby, as signer to the English & Mersick CO., New-' Haven, " latch i G. W. Campbell, Hartford, assignor to- Underwood Typewriter Co. (two patents), type, writing machine; E;- Ewart, Moosup, shedding mechanism - for .-loom har ness; W. W. Ferguson, New Haven, tree holder. J. H. Graham, assignor by mesne assignments to the Torrington Co., Torrington, wire spoke'-conneq-tionr E. Moard, assignor - to Bevin Bros. Manufacturing Co., East Hampton,- signaling device; W. J. Newton, assignor to.H. Hubbell. Inc.," Bridge port, lock switch; C. W. Ostrander, Winsted, adjustable caster: C. -D. Piatt, Bridgeport, electric switch; -C. Ruiz, Hartford, valve erindinsr device: f. H. Shaw, assignor to Sargent & Co., New Haven, lock; G. R. Thomas and C. E. Anderson, assignors--to the Bry ant (Electric Co., Bridgeport, pull sock et;. C. H. Yeeder, assignor tbvthe Vee derOIamifactuTirig Co., Hartford, - In dicator for magazine guns: u-H. ' G. Voight. New Britain, assignor to Sar gent & to,,Jew Haven, padlock; B. H.: Blood. Hartford, assignorVto Pratt fcWhitney Co.- (design paten,), gage block; J. F. -Lamb. assismor to Lan ders, FVaj-y. & (Jlark. New!-Britain, Ctwo patents' of designs)! electric "ra diattsr, range ;,;;E, Hi Weber;: Meriden chsndpTier. bracket, lamp- socket cover.- . MOTION TO SET ASIDE ' : . . - VERDICT FOR $7,500 A motion to set aside the-verdict of 7,500 returned by the Jury in the superior court in, the case of Max Abrams of administrator of the estate of the late MQrris Ostrow, of New. London, against the New Haven road for $10,000 - for Ostroiy's death by au tomobile accident in Mystic in March, 1918, was led with the clerk of the superior court -Wednesday by the de fendant. . The New iaven road claims that the verdict is excessive and against the : evidence. .The. motion is down for a hearing at the short calendar session in New London Friday, - t" ' i- ,w.ii.uii.'i.wiiiiii m" 11 AUTO UPSET. BUGGY,.- v- i. ; THROVVING OCCUPANTS OUT S. G, Avery'" 6t, West : Tbwn' ! street was driving "down; Town: street Wed nesday afternbon'accompanfed, by four schoolboys: in his buggy, when:an au tomobile .came- up in the. rear and struck the front wheel ot ithe buggy with its, .. fender.. The buggy was pushed about 12 feet and then turned over on its side, throwing Mr. Avery and the four boys to the sidewalk. None of the occupants was hurt to any extent. :. i ' Calkins Rea WJding Date. . ? The marriage of Miss Dorothy Cal kins, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Ar thur B. Calkins of New London, to Gardner Rea of" New York will take place at the home of the bride's par ents, Monday, April 5.'' The ceremony will , be performed by Rev. J. Bev eridge Lee. 'D. J)., pastor of the Sec ond Congregational church. MisjCla- ra uaiKins, sister oi tne Dnae, will be maid of honor. ; ... ... .. .MILL NOON MEENTING bracket, lnmn- ,rv0t The noon meeting under Y. "MV C. A. auspices held Wednesday at the-WeS Side Silk Mill was attended, by a' good sized audience and the half hour .was greatly enjoyed by tha -employes. .. Some twenty-five stereoptieon . slides' of the "Passing 'bf the Ameri can Indian" were . shown,,;and these held the attention and interest pf all in attendance. " -After the showing of the. slides a brief talk ws - jiven' by Secretary Edwin Hill; who'; 'took f. Tor his. topic, ."Who is the jDiggit..maB?" In part the speaker said, "The- richest man in America is not -necessarily the biggest man, even though -he. has 'great influence. The strongeStTnani physi cally, is not the ;biggest man;'i a noted prise fighter-of -a- few -years- ago- held the championshin -belt fora number of years, but he was far from- being the biggest man.in - our -country, though he was over " six feet tall-and built proportionately. One day he weak ened in the presence of a glass of rum, and finally became a drunkard. The man who holds a-position -of promin ence is not the higgest man, for every once in a while such men fail utter ly. The biggest man, and the biggest woman in any community is that man or that woman who follows most closely the. teachings of the Almighty God as recorded in the Bible: - that man. and that woman who lives ft clean pure life. - The biggest and best man is that man who endeavors to fashion "his life after the example of the "Man of Nazereth" whom we know as Jesus Christ. After the talk the emnloyes sang "Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean" and Nearer, My God t'o Thee." VOLUNTOWN' SPEAKING CONTEST FRIDAY EVENING ' State Supervisor of Schools C. R. Stone of - Norwich has" arranged a speaking and spelling contest for the schools of Voluntown, to be held at Union hall in that village- Friday evening, March 26th. - The pupil winT hing in the speaking contest will com pete in a district contest with speakers from six other towns at a later date. The pleasing program at Voluntown will include folk dancing by the pri mary room pupils, directed y their teacher, Miss Ola Tanner. , Music will be furnished by the intermediate and grammar grades, taught respectively by Allen Sterry and Miss Houston. Clifton Brownell of Hartford will sing several selections. Pupils, their parents and the public generally are snowing keen Interest in tne coming competition, which prom ises an evening of special pleasure for residents or Voluntown. and surround ing places. . Supervisor Stone has charge of the schools in Ledyard, Preston and Lis bon; as well as- those of Voluntown. BLOCK ISLAND SAND " HOLDS SCHOONER. PAST Efforts" to ' pull the four-masted schooner Jere G.. Shaw from the sand bat: at the eastern i end of Sandy Point, Block Island, had been unsuc cessful up to Wednesday afternoon. Until an . east wind comes tho boat can scarcely be removed, it was stat ed, as the stern ia imbedded five feet in the sand. v 1 Three lighters of -the T. A. Scott Co,-arrived in New London Wednes day with, the deck cargo of logwood. Orders Judgment Reopened. - Judge' John- P Kellogg of the supe rior court handed down a decision on Wednesday in the case of Arthur H. Wilkinson, et al against Thomas F. Dorsey, Jr., executor, et al all of New London, that Judgment entered on the demurrer sustained be reopen ed, and vacated and that the amended complaint dated March 12, -be ordered filed. - Recently a. demurrer of the defendant Dorsey was sustained ami now Judge Kellogg orders that the Judgment on the demurrer be reopen ed as against Dorsey, Jr., and that Jo seph Nofal and Edward Neilan be dropped as defendants. The suit was over the leasing of bath house proper ty on Ocean beach by Dorsey, et al.. for a candy and soda, water estab lishment and Wilkinson brought an injunction., lyrup; Domino quality in a cane sugar syrup Domino Syrup has a deligh&il fla vor and beautiful clear color just right for table use. In cooking it has many uses try it. in baked . beans, cookies, puddings, sauces. Made by the refiners of Domino Package Sugars. Aciericaa SugarReSaiag Coiapsay "Sweeten it with Domino" .. Granulated, Tablet, Powdered, Confectioner-, Brews, " Gotden Syrup. Fifth Birthday Party. - Master Donald O'Leary, son of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Leary of 6 Stet son street, had his fifth birthday de lightfully observed last Saturday with a party at his home' for a num ber Of his little friends. Miss Ka therine Corcoran and Miss Mabel Enos, his teachers, were also present and helped in the entertaining. 'James entertained the children and INSURANCE WHEN THE DOLLAR LOOKS LIKE 30 CENTS If . the Dollar of Today Buys Only n Much as 5 Cents Did in 1SS6, Nssriy Everybody Needs Three Times sa Much Life, Accident end Health In surance as He Did Then, All Forms of LIFE, ACCIDENT and HEALTH INSURANCE. JOS. EODO &COJ Real Estate and Insurant' Box 422 Danielson, Conn. DRUGGISTS Our Emulsion of Co 3 , Liver Oil With Hypopho-phitea is fr coughs and colds on the lungs. DUNN'S PHARMACY . 50 MAIN STREET BOWLING ALLEYS BOWLING AXI BII.I.IARn AT THE ACTS B4"VLI'G ALLEYS MAJESTIC BULDISG. 'U.. Master Walter O'fjeary rendered pia no selecticwis. - - Refreshments " were served and the dining table was prettily decorated and there was a birthday cake with ,five candles and. ribbons to which fa vors were attached.- ' , - Those present -were Jack "Ward, Evelyn Ward, Dudley Balcom, Vir ginia Young, Eloise Sweeney, 'William liottomley, Uilmore McGuinness, Wil liam McOuinness, Elizabeth McGuin ness. Walter O'leary, John Cox. Ralph Senay. John Lyons. Stuart Treat and Donald O'Leary. Xo woman is her maid. a thing of beauty to Nickel Pkting and KINDRED FINISHES at UNITED METAL MFG. CO., Inc. Thame villa Norwich, Conn. Prompt and Satiifactory Work THERE is co asverc-anig b4iub la Caatern Connecticut aquai 10 The Bul letin for buslBea resuiua. Some men are born kickers some fall victims to dyspepsia. and Aid Society Meets." At Trinity Methodist church par lors, the Ladies' Aid Society held an interesting meeting Wednesday after noon at 3 o'clock. The president, Mrs. uostello, Lippitt, was able to be pres ent and preside, for the first time since fair. Plans for-the season's ac tiVities were discussed. Torrington. Local barbers are, now closing their shops at 10 o'clock Sat urday nights. n '-UiT- . ! ijjigywiijyiWIiijia!!, Material Bunding ff diosm wisely. you profit in energy and health. You can do this -with econ-oirjy-when you dioose for your ,xQlfbo- Wonderful Styles DelicScnis in flavor, ready ; cookedL GrapeNxits is thedml reat-io-eat dish 'wWcm.shoii faxvSy ile. The's not ajit of GiS!iLite sugar On the Larg dimMi LI Easiest Terms e Variety Splendid Values OTHIf of Payment The Sun is high warmer days, after a hard winter, will soon be here -heralding Spring, birds, flowers and the new modes.. Easter is but a step away and you will want a new Spring Suit anyway.. Make your selection early ,iifw---while there is time and variety. Pay the easy way your, credit is good at this store. ' - CHARGE IT ''S 4 & 5f- J 4, V ; a ') II ; ISA If 10; m i IBf, . HI Pt HCJ WW! im trfltll X -tUi V .1 v There's Dash and Go In These N SPRING SU For Men and Young Men Snappy? Yes! The best in the land at prices that pay and terms that make easy Don't wait "Tog out" For Easter. now- $35.00 Upward CHARGE IT New Ideas In EASTER SUITS "They are advanced models of new Spring style conceptions smart, dressy in perfectly good taste in a variety of materials and color tones. Extraordinary Values at $35.00 Upward SPRING COATS AND FROCKS Just the right weight just the right style T just the right material and color. A touch of trimming to give distinction. $32.50 Up Dresses that look dressy Silks - and combination effects stylish right? up to the minute Spring's first choice. i $27.50 Up CHARGE IT All the New Waists ll; flllf K'W f Iw WILL BE' BOYS Boys'; Suits That Stand the Gaff ( For the rough' and tumble the "bannister brigade" the healthy, hardy, boy who "don't care." Bring him in V! . V. - w-'tirVj(siJ:'L- Ti:i B 29 SHETUCKET STREET OPEN SATURDAY; EVENING i Mk-jm m m mi-