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Are Your ; Kidneys Actiye . Not If you r subject to weak spells, dizziness, headache and general -rheumatic pains. Tou may hare felt out otsorts for acme time and maybe hare begun to. lose weight Now ana then there ia a feeling m iiiniTira!!. anoetite lars. tou yawn duf- .u. vn. hiirfa. ant siil vou are not laid up. These are the danger signals that warn you to look after .the kidneys. They are weak, and the lystero rmtminm hnriv noisons that gtrone and ac tive kidneya would strain out. there is a splendid and guaranteed remedy called Sotvax for such conditions sold by Lee Osgood and other leading druggists and you should try it If it doesn't prove sat isfactory in your case, simply feturn the an t Vntir money Back. B in re to try It Weakness of the kidneys may not cause you much pain nor deptee? ion, but such a condition always i leaves you open to severe colds, pneumonia and most outer sereoua uibbw. - - I - NOTICE Special Prices on House Wir ing and Electric Fixture. Call or Phone and Let Ut Estimate. NEW YORK ELECTRIC CO. ' 18 Bath Stmt .. !, nX OE, OK. CTSDT1 The Norwich GlrW Ommsnltjr. club will realise nearly $1, from the must sal comedy Oh, Oh. Cindy t which they resented .at the DaTis. thea.tr Monday ironing. Miss Maris Richter, who had harge of .the training and' rehearsals, as Presented an umbrella by the mem- en of the cast before site left tor Bar llngten, Vt: ; . C Additions to the east: and hat of chap rons which were omitted from the pro gram are as follows : Chorus girl.' Mis Olive Dutttm ; cannibal, Miss Lucille Lar t ffl ; chaperons. Mrs. Curtis Bernard and lira. F. Leon Hutchina. , One of the clever bits ef work during the production was by Miss Florine SCO' field as La Crier, who gracefully Intro duced the various features in the last act, Ths Stairway. of the Stall. . Beebe Tent William .Beebe and Miss Ella Madeline Fenton, both of New London, were mar ried there Tuesday morning 1 at St. Mary's Star of the. Sea church y Rev, T. M. Crowley. The bridal couple were . atterded h? Miss Agnes Fenton and Tlmsthy Fenton, sister and brother of the bride. Following the ceremony a .wedding breakfast was served at the home of the pride's" mother, Mrs. -Kill Fenton of Connecticut avenue and shortly before noon the yoiig couple left on their honeymoon trip. They Will spend their honeymoon lh Atlantic City and Balti mere. Returning to New London they will he t home at 17 Connecticut ave nue after March 1. Today is popularly supposed to mark Dm beginning of the close season for the World, the Flesh and the Devil. why? ateSalljeiitfc. ; Norwich, Wedmesday. Feb. , lOtl. A man at sixty years of ago is eiberva iaime or a auceti& fcEECDAM-SiTrLShavebeci madafor sixiy years andiaye t6e Largest s!e of aofmoSdm iuthewvaidi Millions use ecuhits PS TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES At Norwich, Connecticut - The W. W. Backus Hospital, at gen eral hospital with well equipped medical, surgical ; and obstetrical departments, offers a' three years' course to young women desiring a nurse's profession. Books and uniforms are furnished the first year. . , The Backus Hospital la delightful ly situated In the best residential section of Norwich, about ont mile from the heart of the city, en one ef the main trolley lines, It is one of the most modern and up to date Institutions of the state, and Is fully eqnlpped for the teaching M stu dents for the profession ot nursing. For information, address K. A. DOWD, R. N. Superintendent ef Nurses, Norwich, Conn, VARIOUS MATTERS : Light vehicle lamps at 6.43 o'clock this evening. -' " ..: ,- Local physicians have been treating numerous eases of tonsilitls and laryngi tis. - . i ' Norwich ' was a fairyland city during Tuesday morning, when the sun shone on the newly fallen anew. - Car Inspector L.' M. -Sheffield recently returned to duty at Saybrook Junction after an absence ot .three weeks due to 11 Mess. ' - ;' Fresh fish arriving daily, all varieties. low prices. Osgood's wharf. adv. Tuesday afternoon at-the pra-yer meet ing la the lecture room at the Centra) Baptist church the leader was Mrs. Hat tie Austin. . An anniversary requiem high mass for Mrs. Nellie Martin was song In St Pat nek's churon Tuesday at i o'clock hv itev. Daniel v. Sullivan. ... ., A former Universalis t pastor of Nor Wlcn, Rev. Joseph F.- Cobb, of : South Windham,' Is supplylnr at the Cofrgrega nonai enures, in vnaplln. , , "Wild geese. It Is said, have been flying north for some time, but It Is. the theory t leading ornithologists that, they have gone n tanner uu Maine. At Tolland, Mr. and Mrs. Joe" Oklaik and family of .Hartford have-moved into What was ' formerly the Luhrsen house, now owned o yMrs- Pauline Ewald. The, collections in all the . Catholie churches of this diocese Sunday next will e the regular- nrst , Sunday in Lent of fering for negro and Indian, missions. Miss Elisabeth -SaDlna of. A ah ford an Edward Jt Chernushek . of Union were married ' at . Stafford Springs Monday morning by Justice of the Peace Arthur 1. Melbourne. . - In line with other woolen mills in Viw England, the ABawaga company .at Dav vllle has made a reduction In the wage scaie ot zz l-z per cent., which took ef feet last week. , The Red ross drive at Moosun. which nas oeen ,in Charge Of the Thursday club. ream tea in the sale of 11,500 stamps. amounting to f 185. This- Is considered a remarkably good showing. At Park Congregational church, the nf fertory Officials for February are Dr: jonn b. jiiackmar, chairman, William S- Fletcher, Robert w. Perkins. Allen La. tnam ana nenry u. Johnson. Two patients1 from Ekonk. Rll ml Stella Corey, who have been at Backus hospital, Norwich, tor treatment follow ing influenza, were able to sit' np in Chair for the first time Tuesday.. Personal taxes will be collected today ai uie urug store ot John A. Morgan, ureenerrue, irom 11 a, m. to Z p. m. aav. The United States civil service commis sion announces an examination for type' Writer repairmen, over 18 years of are. for two vacancies in the office of the chief icierx, treasury department, each at Jl.tOO a year.. The through freight trains on the Shore Line were unusually heavy at the week end. The spare crews were given chance to get in a few days work, and indications are that business ia picking up a lime. There will be addresses by Profs. w. F. Kirkpatrick. Roy Jones and Willard H. Allen of. Storrs college, well known poultry specialists, at a poultry meeting io oe neio in Miaoietown Wednesday, r eo. ism-. A special attraction at the recent x. tension school at Plainneld was a sheep dog brought from Storrs which showed his wonderful intelligence by rounding up a flock of sheep brought from 'Henry "orrumxn iarm tor the exhibition. A motorist driving nn wTrini.ir Tuesday morning wished for a camera view oi the ancient Rockwell liommiid now the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- err w. Perkins, so picturesnue in its set. ting oi evergreen trees flecked with snow. In the honor list at the Rockville Higs School, following the examinations for the nrst hair year, the honors went ,td the freshmen, who have IS on the list The sophemoreVi came eeeond with 13. The seniors have only three and the juniors eight . . ' PERSONALS Rodger -Blake of Norwich Was a ro dent visitor in ; Brooklyn, Conn. Harry Lahn of this lty leave's today for .Boston for a1 business, trip of Several days, i , . i Miss Gertrude M, Pendleton, of Church Street, has been in New York during the Week. " f Mrs. J. D. Rough of this city was a Speaker Friday at New London at a Bap tist" missionary conference. " Rev. William H. Bath, of Norwich, dis trict superintendent is scheduled to hold the fourth quarterly conference act South Manchester Methodist church February Mr. and Mrs. Ernest S. ' Bean . (Anna Kilroy) who, since their marriage have been guests of Mrs. Bean's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kilroy, left. Norwich Tuesday for Merldeh; on their1 way to Knexville, Tenn., where they will be guests "of Mr. Bean's parents. After four years' service at the submarine base, Mr.- Bean has teen, honorably discharged from the navy. MARD1 GRAS GAYETY PRECEDES LENT tTGir atrABT BOTTLES 8XIZ0. " . IN MABKET STBKET BAID A raid on the place at the corner of Water and Market streets recently pur chased by Thomas Depoleto from Edward Spano netted 10 full quart bottles of what is alleged to be ginger and brandy and a partially filled bottle of the same concoction and a pint bottle of whiskey. Qn the whiskey bottle was tta duplicate prescription number issued by ' a local druggist The bottles of ginger and brandy were cleverly camouflaged -with a - "Gingei Cordial (non-alcoholic)" label pasted over the original . label, which read "Ginger and Brandy, 30 per cent alco hol." Depoleto when arrested claimed that the ginger cordial did not belong to him but to a former owner who had not removed them since Depoleto had pur chased the place. - Depoleto was released under bonds ot $200 which were furnished by Tony De sario. In the raiding party were Sergt John H. Kane, Officers Fenton, Dom- broski, Delaney, Henderson and Cough- lin. . , . . Pulaski haft on North Main street nai- 1 er before held such a crowd nor was there evr before given in this city sucli a fare well to tha, gay social season that Lent puts its ban upon as the. MariU Gras Tuesday evening under the auspices of the young people of St. Mary's parish. Fully 1,000 people were in the hall when the festivities were at their height when the crowd became a milling mass of humanity, showering confetti in all di rections, tangled up in long streamers of multicolored papers, and sporting with the floating balloons that were released from a big American flag in the tenter of the hall. . Dancers, in every variety of fancy ooitumes wove their way amid the throng and, the utmost good spirit pre vailed, o matter what pranks were play- The evening's gathering opened wilh a fine street parade tha started from the ftre headquarters on North Main street The 150 panders were headed by Mrs. Maggie McManus' band . of twenty-five pieces. The " line of march was down North Main street to Hickory to Golden to Convent avenue to Central avenue' and to the hall. The procession was headed by Policeman John Momson and Patrick Casey, with Eddie Riordan escorting Mrs. Maggie McManus, the owner of the band. who upon unmaskng in the hall was found to be William H. Bowen the pop ular newsdealer. Such was - the crowd when the paraders arrived at the hall that they had great difficulty in filing in, Prices were awarded for the most beautiful and the funniest costume. " Miss Catherine Riordan as a Mexican girl won the prise 'of J2.50 for the most beautiful costume and Miss. Elisabeth Sullivan- who represents a bottle of Old Crow was awarded the 12.60 for the funniest cos tume. The Juderes were Daniel J. Hin- nelly. v , . . , ' Spellman s augmetned orchestra, ren dered the music for the various dance numbers with Prof. Charles H. Bennett doing the prompting.! The. entire proceeds of the successful affair will go towards the building fund of the new parish church and It seemed as if all sections ot the city and town were out to aid the prelect. Among the guests, were Revs. Myles P. Galvin and Daniel F. Sullivan of St Patrick's parish. The hall was tastefully decorated for the evening with material loaned by B. Cotthelf and Co. The foUowlng were the Mardl GraS comioittees: Chairman, Rev. William Keefe; assistant ' chairman. Rev. Kennedy; secretary; Joseph P. Donnelly; costumes. James E. Murphy; band. Wit lam H. Bowen; hall decorations, Patrick J. Kane, John Morrison. William J. MO plafferty,' Joseph P. Gadle, Jr., Jeremiah 'Downing, Thomas Donovan, James Walsh, Robert Swan ton ;' floor. William 3. Me Clafterty, James E, Murphy, John T. Kelly, Frank Leonard, Joseph P. Gadle, William IL Bowen, John T. ' Gleason, Rofnipo Kane, James B. Walsh'; activi ties, Miss May A. Kilday. Grace Reed, Helen Bundy, Isabelle Leonard. Margaret Counihan. Margaret Condon, Mrs. James E. Murphy, Nora Hartle, Mrs. Patrick Bray 2d., Mrs. Frank R. McLaughlin. Miss Rase . Malone, Miss Annie Carver, Joseph R. Portelance; Timothy A. Carey, Henry J. LaFontalne, George H. Dolan. James E. MuTphy; door, Patrick J. Sul livan ; gentlemen's hat room, Simon J. .Fahey and Joseph A. Donnelly ; music. ITOBB1 HEX! COXB VT . . TO UBOEIT PBODITCTIO In the fourteenth week ef the .laying corteat at Storrs ihe hens yroiutod iWl egg' or a yield of 41. per cent Thil is the largest production we have had from the hens so far mis year, but naturally one should expect auch an incraso at hj season of the year. During the past six contests this week's record was surpass ed only onoe. The otal production to date la 24.108 eggs. This Is 143 eggs more than the six year average. Not only this, but the hens laid 383 eggs more during the fourteenth week than for the six year average, 1 eggs more than last week's production and 504 eggs more than last year at the same period. Catarrh WiU Go Help Comas In Two Minutes Cam plats Relief in Few Weeks Dotb't go on hawking yom-self ales: every morning; it's cruel, it's harmful and it's unnecessary. If after breathing Hyomel, the won derworker, you are not rid of vile ca tarrh you can have your money back. No stomach dosing Just take th little bard rubber pocket Inhaler thai comes with each outfit, and pour Ints it a- few drops of Hyomel. Breathe II according to directions. In two min utes it will relieve you of that stuffed up feeling. Use it daily and in a few weeks you should be entirely free from 11 Gras Grossviiie, r. n., a pen ttiio ii- Q,t a Hyomel outfit today Ullam Ju norn, ownd Jam8 . J-Fevre, New by druggists everywhere wl w w Palts. N, T., and a pen ot the same breed tee to quickly and safely ei ionnelly- wne4 ' E1,r J- Steughton, Wapplng. croup, coughs, colds, sore you. No individual pen was able to obtain .....' first place for the week. A pea of Rhode Breathing Hyomel Is a very nWaant Island Reds owned by M. S. Biekloro. -,,, war to kill catarrh nrrx. Grossviiie, N. H., a pen of White Leg- G,t a Hyomei outfit todar. It's aald 1th guars end catarrh. i thrrtit mA Conn., all tied for first place with a pro- bronchitis or money back. It s lnsx duction of 41 eggs each. A pen of White I pensive. Lee Osgood Co. can sunols . - X. TmwIbI Vmi in, I - - Farm. Elisabeth, . was seeona oeei for the week with 4T eggs. Three pel of White Leghorns. Mountain View Poul try Farm's pen from Rutland, vt, jack Trewethan'a birds from Vineland, X. J.. Ernest H. Scott's pullets from Farming- ton, Conn., tied for third place with a yield of 44 eggs each. Fourth place for the week was given to a pen ef Barred Rooks owned by W. H. B. Kent Caae novla, N. T., a pen of White Wyandottes owned by ObedG. Knight Bridgeton. R. L. and a pen of White Leghorns ownea by Lion Head Poultry Farm from Do ver, N. J. These an uea wnn a produc tion of 43 eggs each. A pen ot Rhode Island Reds owned by Deer Brook Farm. Short Falls, N. H., and a pen oi uie same breed "owned by Charles H. Lane, Nicholas J. Spellman and Henry J. La gontbbor0( MaM., bof, tied fir fifth place Ends indigestion It relieve stomach miacrf, scmrstors ach, belchinfr and all stomach diecwas ew money bock. Large boat erf UUtta t aU tauafrm ia ail town. DIED WAL0H Ia this city. Feb. I, 1IIL Loretta. daughter of William and El len Harrington Walsh, ot it Prospect street axed I rears. Notice ot funeral hereafter. chey, Ernest White and Edward T. Con- ineau. Fontaine; confetti. Miss Nora A. Hartle refreshments, Joseph R, Portrlance; candy, William H. Bowen and Dona Bern- with a yield of 43 ens each. The hatching season la almost at hand and the following dates are suggested as the season of the year to hatch eggs In FTTNXBAIiS. ' Mrs. Thomas Klngsley. The funeral of Mrs. Hannah Chapman Kingsley, widow of CoL- Thomas K. Kingsley, was held Tuesday afternoon from her late home in Franklin with at tendance that included relatives - and friends and member, of her husband's old command, the 26th Conn. Volunteers. " St. 4 ? 'Sis- Hits. THOMAS KINGSLET. BECOMXENPS APPROPRIATION FOB NORWICH STATE .HOSPITAL . An appropriation for the Norwich State Hospital for the (Insane to provide for a new water supply at the institution is recommended by the state board of fin ance in its biennial, report to the leg islature. Tentative estimates for this run from $125,000 to $150,000. The state board recommends maintenance appropri ations of $25,293,616 a cut of $2,SS,446.31 from the total recommendations made by the various state departmental Among the recommendations made' by the board . is that for a constitutional amendment which would provide for an nual sessions of . the general assemlbly. Sessions to be held in alternate years with the present biennial session would be merely for the purpose of raising revenue and appropriating public funds. The state board of education asked $50,000 for support of the Americaniza tion work It has been conducting. The failure of the board of finance to recom mend any appropriation for this work apparently means that it does not ob ject to the abolishing of the activity on the part of the state. The trustees of the state farm for wo men have asked for $244,500 t the tioara has cut this to $200,000 saying that further extension for the next two years should not be made to care for more than 150 Inmates, although it is possible that an increased population in this in stitution will be found necessary in the next two years. j OPPOSE LEGAL DEATH "FOB INCURABLY IK8AKE "If Dr. Wilcox of the Norwich State Hospital for the Insane has told the newspaper reporters that he believes In niercifully ending the tortures of hope- TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION WANTED Poattlon aa baker. Writ order to obtain, results in September and Michael Morris, K. F. D. Baltic, Conn. October. Brahmas, February 1st to febd March 1st, wyandottes, March 1st to Anrll 15th. Plymoi'th Roeksv March 1st to Anrll 1st. Rhode' Island Reds, March oome up for hearing Thursday. Includes 15th to April 15 and Legnoms Apm mn in the trunk line system of highways ths to May 15th. The four leading pens in each ot me Rhode Islaad Beds, lessly insane people by putting them Principal varieties are as iouowb. to death, he win not find many support I riymonta bocks. erg in this state," said Dr. Whltefield. N. w. H. B. Kent (Barred) Cazenovia, inompson, superintendent ot tire Hart-1 if f .- fijrd Retreat says the Hartford Times ot iRock Rose Farm (Barred) Katonah, iueauay. . I X T Discussion of the matter was started Kmaat W Plcster (Barred) Glen anew KiKt baiurday by the members of I Mm w J. the general assembly's committee on ap- Oregon Agricultural College, Corval- vi ujji uuuiu, uie memuerg oemg niviaea I Ha, Ore. (Barred) us iu vriLcuier or not a law Bnouia DO nassori nrovlrWne' that nertnn. f an tm institutions found to be hopelessly in-lnarws n. vaine, ouu.vi, sano and suffering mental tortures, should r. a. napin. iAnBmcuw". be mercifully put fo death. Colonel Rob ert O. Eaton ot North Haven, house chairman of the-committee, gays he could not support such a proposition, but gov eral other members of th?5mmlttee were reported to- have Indicated that they would. Dr. Wilcox, (interviewed by several newspaper men is quoted in brief as say' "It Is for the good of ths individual ts relieve him when lie Is suffering the tor tures of the damned. I am firmly ooft road from Will iman tic to the Connecticut Agricultural College at Slom- rr fiirfwiuiiuutaVww lUlillllUUIUlfj mwm j fftttu) S-aE-A-"st"-aJ- -i-tat' mmm Chappell Co. TELEPHONE 24 CENTRAL WHARF ' At least 1.500,000 bushels of Amerlnan corn will be shipped abroad to fee hun gry wemen ana. children in central and southeastern Europe, and nossiblv in China, according to an announcement Tuesday by the American Farm Bureau eaeration. Following the snowfall Tuesday morn ing, the trees, shrubbery and arbors in the grounds at. the residence of Mrs.. Ed Ward D. Fuller on Broadway were ad mired hy paasersby as especia41y beauti ful Outlined in snow which resembled cotton bolls. It is evident that the state hiehwaT de partment is expecting ah early spring, as mucn oi me constrnotion equipment is assembled at the New London end of the new trunk road from Hartford, in appar ent preparation for speedy resumption of road building. . Rv. Alexander H. Abbott of the United Congregational church has announced that he will have as subjects for the next few Thursday eyenings certain parables of Jesus' teaching. Next Thursday night the subject is to&e The Parable of the vtslw eu jaatt, 13: 47, a. Many members of the Catholic w. an's club attended a meeting; at the Halle club rooms Tuesday afternoon, the presi- aeni, jars, iseison c. Diaoe, presiding. Plans were made for Lenten sewing for j aii parwn m. nr. it was an nounced that the recent food sale and wnisi netted izs. .. At the annual meetmg and banquet of tns laie Associat'on of Clam Secretaries, neia at the Yale club in New York wvi. day evening, the speaker was Charles H. Shewn, of the class of '87, former united states minister to Argentine whose wife was George Barker Gbibs, ivrmvrir oi norwicn. In accord with Chief Howard i. Stan ton's admirable system, the firemen from the three stations are engaged , ini a thor ough Inspection of property in the busi ness section of Norwich, Capt John EJ Blaekburn and men taking the Main street district A card catalogue records the result of their reports. Ot South Coventry Interest was the Washington item Tuesday that the vice president and Mrs. Marshall, who brought their social activities to a close Tuesday night, were the dinner guests Monday evening of Mrs. Henry F. Dimock, who had a company of .36 to meet them, fol lowing the dinner with a-thertre party. Mrt Agnes -MeOuire, 58, who died Sunday at East Hampton, was born in Scotland and has lived in East Hampton for eight years. She is survived by two sons, Andrew ot East Hampton and JameS of Baltic, and her husband, Hugh MoGulre ,of East Hampton., The funeral was held at St. Patrick's ehurch, East Hampton, Tuesday at 9 a. m. There were many handsome f! ral trib utes arranged about, the casket Rev. W. D. Hetherington of the Fitchville church and Rev. Thomas H. Peabody of Norwich conducted the funeral services. The bearers were O. B. Lenlngwell, Charles Ellis, W..H. Bentley and George Kahn. Burial took place in the family lot -in Yantic-eemetery where there was a committal, service conducted by Rev. Mr. Hetherington. C. .A. Gager, Jr., was the funeral dl rector. Frank H. Wood worth. Funeral services for Frank H. Wood worth were held Tuesday afternoon from his late home at 11 Coit etreet. The at tendance was large and included relatives and friends from New Haven, Chicago, Guilford and other cities. City and town officers and members of the various or ganizations to which Mr. Woodworth be longed were present There were many handsome floral tributes. Rev. E. A. Legg, pastor of Trinity Methodist Episcopal church, conducted the services and iQben Learned sang Abide With Me and When" the Silver Chord Is BrokeJ. The bearers were Judge Nelson J. Ayling, Louis H. Geer, Robert Montgomery, James C. Fltspat rick, Justin Holden and James C. Mac- pherson, members of Somereet lodge, No. 34. F. and A. M. Burial took place in Tantic cemetery where there was a Ma sonic committal service with John A. SCHOOL BriLDING NEEDS - BEFORE BUSINESS MEN The town school committee met with the educational committee of the Nor wich Chamber of Commerce in the cham ber rooms on Tuesday evening for the consideration of the building program; The meeting was of short duration and after the conference the school commit tee transacted routine business and ad journed. Secretary T. J. Kelly of the school board., said Tuesday evening that there was nothing to report on the meeting, as tne plans mscussed were simply prelim inary and nothing definite had been de cided upon. ' It is possible within a short time that the program will be presented tor discussion at an open meeting. There Is no doubt . in the minds of the school committee and the members of the edu cational committee of the Chamber of Commerce that something must be done to relieve the congestion in the schools, and these two bodies are workin gin con Junction to find some means by which the present, conditions can be alleviated. 47J 381 UT 111 474 432 421 H. S. Bickford, Grossviiie, N. H. Deer Brook Poultry Farm, Short Falls, N.-H. White Leghorns. A. V. Robinson. Calverton, N., T... James O. LeFevre, NeV PalU, N. T. Lion Head Poultry Farm, Dover, N. J. Max Axlerod, Westfleld, Mass. .... Other aVrUUea. Obed O. Knight (White Wyandotte) Brldreton. R. L (31 437 434 38$ inced pf this after an experience of 31 H. P.- Cloyes, (Buff Wyandotte) Sti ver Lane, Conn 14$ Harry D. Emmons (White Wyan dottes) Plymouth. Conn It) A. E. Hampton (Black Leghorns) Pittatown, N. J 133 years in various instituting and after having studied a large number of cases of mental ailments. A tortured human being can be mercifully put out of exist ence. He can be relieved of his distri by chloroform or other means." .(. 1T? ?ohl"on my not cm m- HIGHWAY BILLS ABOCSE cut, uu i. x Mcueve mai some uay me peo ple will 8ee it We breed cattle .correct ly and we breed, dogs correctly; Why shouldn't we tike care of individuals t It is for the good of the Individual to re lieve him when he is rurferlng the tor tures of the damned. This is not an economic condition ; it FOREMEN FOBM OKOAMZATIOH AT END OF CLASS SERIES Great enthusiasm marked the closing session of the course in modern ' produc tion methods at the local Y. M. C. A., Tuesday evening, when a large number of foremen met at 6 .4 p. m. for a bounteous supper tor which a nominal asm was charged. The i upper was served by lh supper committee of the Womtn 'i Auxil iary, with Mrs. John is. Oat in charga She was assisted by Miss Mary Richards Mrs. Edward Crowell and Miss Geraldint Oat A veto of thanks was extended ts the ladies. The directors of the T. M. C. A. dined with ths foremen, and brief talks wert made to the foremen by President James L. Case and Vice President James C Macpherson. A response was given foi the foremen by H. A. Groesbeck of New York, who was the weaker of the even lug to the rlass. After supper, the interest in the stody of modern production methods manifest, d itself in the formation of a perma nent organisation of foremen. E. Allen Bldwell. of the Palmer Brothers Co. al Fitchville. was chosen president and Fred D. Crooker was elected secretary. A constitution and by-lawg will be adoptee at the next meeting, and the new organi zation will meet once a month at the T. M. C. A. building. MUCH LOCAL IXTEBEST There lg considerable local Interest ia hearings on two highway bills to be held today (Wednesday) in Hartford before the legislative committee on roads, bridges and riven. The hearings are to Is something for I be held in room 15, 4th floor oi tha cap- JTSTICE BURKE FINDS FOB PLAINTIFF IN TWO CASES Judgment of $50 and costs . has been awarded the plaintiff in the case of Mary McCarthy vs. Frank Ulrich, both of this city, by Edward T. Burke, J. P., who .heard the testimony in -the case last Sat- uninv. T WRa a. suit for tWHnnss th Scott as worshipful master and George building of a drain and the cutting down A. Keppler as chaplain. Rev. Mr. Legg I n. - )r-. tn -plaintiffs -nrnnfrrv hv pronounced the benediction. Henry Allen & son company were the funeral directors. OBITPABY. Enslera McDonald Enslem McDonald, 72, of 1$ Wood bridge street New London, died there Monday of pneumonia, following a short illness. He came to New London 80 years ago from Prince Edward Island, Canada and was employed for several years at the G. M. Long market During the past five years he was employed at the Chappell coal yard. He leaves his widow, four daughters. Miss Laura Mc Donald, Miss Mary McDonald, Miss Sadie McDonald , and Miss Irene Mc Donald, and five sons, Joseph, Sabian. Alexander, James and William McDon ald. James JB. Desmond James E. Desmond, of New London, died Tuesday at a Norwich Institution, after having been a patient there but a short time. He was 47 years of age and leaves a widow, who resides at 690 Main street, ' New London, and one daughter. Miss Catherine Desmond. He was re cently employed at the contagious hos pital In New London. Loretta Walsh. " Following an illness of eight weeks with pneumonia, Loretta, 9 year old daughter of William and Ellen Hannigan Walsh, died at the home of her parents. 49 Prospect street, Tuesday evening. The child is survived by her parents and two younger sisters. , ' the defendant Monday, in the city court room Justice Burke heard the case of Antonio Chie conl against Roy S. Beebe. The plain tiff resides on Franklin etreet. It was alleged that the plaintiff bought a pig of the defendant for $35.30. Later it was found that thepig was tubercular and the plaintiff was compelled to bury the pig upon order of the health officer. The defendant alleged that he sold the pig In good faith but did not give any guarantee. 'After hearing the evidence Tn the case Justice Burke gave the plaintiff judgment for $59.85, which Includes costs. the human being himself. i I ltol. "I make this statement after a careful One of the hearings is on Senate Bin study of the situation, after an e-meri- No. 93. introduced by Senator Allyn L. enee of twenty-flve years In various ;ln- Brown of this city. It asks an appropria- stitutions and I stand back ot It I refer tion for ths improving of a portion of of course, to chronic cases,. which would the highway running through the towns have to be passed upon by a commission of Preston' and Ledyard. Another bill of of experts." - . local Interest is Senate BUI No, 416, also Dr. -Thompson says in differing with Introduced by Senator' Brown. Thig asks Dr. Wilcox: - an appropriation for the trunk line road "This subject han been dwelt unnn 2nd between Colchester and Fitchville. The dealt with imnrororly in the minda of section Of road whleh it is desired to BUST Y. M. C. A. MONTH . .REPORTED TO DIRECTORS The regular monthly meeting of the Y. M. C. A. directors Was held Tuesday eve ning With a good number present. The various reports showed a healthy condi tion of the various departmenta of the Work. The physical department report Showed aA Increased interest in physical work, with a decided increasein the at tendance at the business men's class. The Doci&i wore was reported as beinsr inra healthy condition. The reTigious work for men and boys made a good record for the past month. The total membership was given as sa. , The fourteen coral islands in the Arabian sea are all low and flat and all save two are entirely barren. VICTIMS OF MAD DOG TAKING PASTEUR TREATMENT The owner of the rabid dog, of the po lice dog breed, that ran through the towng of Stonington, Goton and Led- yard is unknown, says the state ho&rd of health: Over a dozen dogs were bitten by the rabid animal. The! animal was killed and the head sent to the state department of heaVth laboratory at New Haven nd there the brain showed the presence of, "negri bodies," confirming the clinical diagnosis. ' Four persons were bitten by the rabid dog, and all se taking the "Pasteur treatment." to prevent their developing rabies. Rabies can be prevented, hut there is no known cure for a person after symptoms of the disease appear. - A com plete record of dogs bitten is rarely ob tained. For this reason, in communities where rabies has appeared, prpven'.ion Is the key Word. By restraining d igg an infected animal cannot nw wild and bite persona of other dogs. . This measure alone limits. the spread of the disease. Iwish I could 5is cover'Perpetual Median vienXm eating PostTqasties Sup2ricr ' Corn Flakes Ljrsi, irv its i: .1 - i LOCAL STATE GfABD . - , IS NOW C. , 1ST ' BEGT. Company E, Third Infantry. State Guard, of this city, has ceased to be for it was, during the past few. days', trans ferred to the First Infantry, C. S. G., and has been renamed Company D. The company held its weekly drill at the etat& armory Tuesday evening, with nearly nine squads on. the floor,-and drill ed With rifles for the . first time. '.The company has secured permission to dis card th old style canvass legging and use spiral legglns Instead.- A thtprhent of Springfleida is5. expected within a week of so ip replace the old- .style -rifle which the company ' Is now using. --Eight recruits were' received Into the ranks Tuesday' night, the company now numberg-.73 men. Rifle praetice. Is being held this week, a squad at a time foing to-the rifle rryge in the basement of the armory. . . . the public. The fact is the oersona suf ferir.g the tortures of the damned are not In the state institutions they are walk ing right down Main street in Hartford and down the streets of other cities and towns. Another important fact which should be borne in mind is there are not very many insane people who are suffer ing great mental tortures. It is mostly observed in their first year In the insti tutions, but the majority of them under treatment get over- it in a year, and al though perhaps hopelessly insane do net suffer mental tortures. 'The question appears to 'be merely a matter of economy with the appropria tions committee." . was Dr. Thompson's observation. "I am gratified to learn where Mr. Eaton stands, but I wish he would loosen up the purse strings." ' 1 , ..... . . iii;ua, wnu is uperinienaent or the Norwich institution, wanted it under stood he was not talking in favor of any legislative measure to end the lives of the hopeless sufferers. He said the time for it his probably not arrived, but he Denevea it would come some day. Dr. - Paul waterman of Hartford, an expert alienist and suregon general on the staff of Governor Lake, said Tuesday that he believed any proposition to put to death the mental sufferers was con trary to public policy and hardly in ac cord With- the public sentiment which is to do the most it can to relieve these Bufferings. "I question whether the time has come for departing from the policy of having the state trying as long as It .can to make these sufferers comfortable. It is a fact that under treatment a ma- iority of the cases show Improvement," he said. Dr. C. Floyd Havlland. superintendent of the Connecticut hospital for the Insane at Middletojvn, the largest institution for the scientific treatment of mental pa tients In the state, - expressed himself rs being absolutely opposed to any auch suggestion, as that of putting the called incurably insane to death. He stated that in the first place people suf fering from a mental sickness were enti tled to the scientific care of a sympathetic world ; secondly, that mental disease was no more incurable than other forms of sickness, many patients recovering each year and many- others showed a relative if not a complete recovery. Dr.-, William B. Terhune. medical direc tor of the Connecticut Society for Mental Hygiene, who is In charge of clinical psychiatry in the Yale Medical school. said .Monday that no physician worthy of the name would countenance the sugges tion that mentaf patients be put to death, that anyone who made such a suggetalon showed that he knew nothing about the nature of mental disease. "I did. not hear any sneh sentiment expressed by any member of the com mitter, and I am certain that the story is made out of whole cloth," said Repre sentative Sidney V. Osbom of Branterd a memben of the appropriations commit tee of the general assembly, when asked concerning the report that members of the committee were considering a bill nrovidins for the death of "Incurably' insane patients. "It certainly is news to me. and furthermore I should not 'sanc tion any such proceeding concerning the report that members of the committee would do so." have improved ts about seven miles long and connects Norwich, (through Tan tie and Fitchville) with the Hartford road out of Colchester. On Thursday before the same commit tee there is to be a hearing on Senate Bill No. 94, Introduced by Senator Brown. This bill asks that the road leading from Norwich to the Rhode Island state line be Included in the trunk line system of highways in the state. This is the road leading through Preston City to Westerly. The section which it 1s desired to have included in the trunk line system is about five miles in length. It wag constructed by the town of Preeton aha the state Jointly. Another hearing which Is staled for Thursday and which Is of more or less Interest locally is that on House Bill No. 278 Introduced by Representative Higgins of Coventry. This bill adds a section of the highway In Coventry and Mansfield to the trunk line system House Bill No. 105, introduced by Representative Stod dard of woodhridge, which Is also to WHIST FOB BENEFIT OF ST. MARY'S CHCBCH, BALTIC A guccessful whist party was given oa Tuesday evening, in St Jran's hall. Ka tie, under the auspices of the Children Marv. for the benefit of St Marl church. Ladies' first prise was awari to Mrs. E. Lamoine ; second prize. J"5 Alberta Artin; third prise, Mrs. Jr Boucher; consolation, miss Anurair moine. The men'-i prizes were a as follows : First Arthur Morln : second, Arthur Lucler; third, Hebert Gulllotte) consolation. Napoleon Foumier. Prises were awarded to non-playlnf guests, going to Mrs.'Eugen Dion and T. Foumier. The prise for the puncher! went to Miss Yvonne Artin, door priz to Wilfred Tellief. $10 m gold to Miss Rita Breault rocking chair to Miss Cbxln Rondeau, comforter to Allen Hpasey. Ice cream, cake and candy was serve during the evening. a no 1 Dance by Crescent Athletes. ' The dance at Olynrpit hall given by the Crescent Athletic-asociation was largely attended on Tuesday evening. A pro gram of 18 numbers was enjoyed, music being furnished by That Snappy Band With William White as leader. Boris Bakmetoff TBCCK BCBNED, LANTEBN STARTS fiRR The automobile truck owned by Lestet Bendett of North Main street was burn ed on the Norwich and Westerly rood a short distance from Fox Hill about 1 o'clock Tuesday evening. Mr. Bendett and Joseph Sadoway were driving towart the city from Westerly when Mr. Bendetf noticed his coat was ournmg. air. bmo wgy at the same time noticed the blaz and pushed Bendett out of the truck and shut off the ffiotor and Jumped out him self. The hodr of the truck had caught nr from a lantern which Mr. Bendett think! had Jarred into some burlap that was la ths truck. The body oi me irucx wa entirely destroyed and the wiring burned. Mr. Bendett called the Central fire na tion, but the distance was too tar tor them to make the run. Fox hunters rejoiced to see Tnisisyl soft snow. 'rfrtfo i-'i -' i iii ?, To Stop a Cough Quick Tsks HAYES' HEALING HONEY. A Double Treatment, wnicn stops irrrta tion, heals the throat, relieve conges tisn and Cures ths Ceugh. Its good I Children like it, 36e. (Give it ana trial.) . a . . . x a hiit mhi s mw M. Ml Millard Fillmore was the only presi dent who made no Inaugural address. Grove's is the Only Genuine Laxative BROMO QUININE tablets. The first and original Cold and Grip Tablet (Be sure yon get BJtOMO.) 80c. " . Russian Representative In Wash rngton of the prevlsloaal Govern ment established. by Kerensky, whose Embassy is said to be supported b, ths U. 8. Government. 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