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HEAT "''.I rsaciKE ABOCT TBX -. SCBNALI. 1 CEL SAVJtR, IT SATISFIES M.1SV NOKWIpFJ IbEBS. SfcE THEIB LETTERS 0 APPROVAL. BESCI.TS. til.' AR ANTfKp. wlthont expenae to iou. p. H. HCf GH,, 4GT3 4 BBOApRAt. i CAIBTFB XXOlRIaHED P1IIOL TO ENFORCE rAlMKIJT New orlc. Oct", !. The . cashier of Huyler's lee crwuti parlor at Broadway end Fiftieth ' street is a, man of ' few wordj' who' believes that direct action the wild west type is tp only' rem ely for controversies over raymen't 0J soda checks, if the allegations' lp" four suite filed in supreme couw are to be believed. " ' Lnutt Friday nlrht. wiien,i.tho'Jenda of New Yorkers were pouring out if theatres Into the Great White Way. he settled a little- fuss over J 1,05 worth, of frosted chocolate at the point 01 an au trma.(io nistol. accordlne to the' cam- Tilaints. asking damages of each for Felix w. Kiiauan, vicoor vr. Knairth- Arnold W.'lvnaiuth and Jose A, Machado, Jr. The four three of itihem Harvard men and one a' " Colunfoia graduate charged that the oaableri'at . . . . , . - 1 n. ..... .J "... .. 1 1 . them to leave the store until they tad r-,d eighty cents more than they' owed for the drink. The fuur men. after leaving a thea tre, irnmadiistcly lmbibel the chocolate ooucootson's In the HuyJer eh-ctr-. Ope of tbam left the table before tpe. oth ers .to go to the cashier's desk' wRere. be paid eighty cents, according t$ Ihe rmTptaint. As he stood' in iron, of the store, It is alleged, the others ordered drinks totalling a' quarter, and were presented with 'a checK for 11.0$.' At the -cashier's desk, they explained that eighty cents had already b'ta 'paid and left a quarteT on the 'counter; ' " The cashier. It Is charged, "shouted to otho reroptoyes to bluck '.heir' passage and levelled a pistol revolver at the lour patrons, declaring: "AnKone wfy leaves tbls atari with out raying for tpqse dnjska wifj do go In a wooden suit. Tho money was then paid under pro test. ''''',' KILLED SnUELr WHILE "?I?TER 4WAITED JRNK Rutherford, N. J.,' Oct. lj. Ggorge tt'ea. cm cutter, found' dead' last riteht by his sisters after' he'tfad failed to keep a dinner engaerom't wHt tbeirn in iv'pw 147TK. Kuieu aimTsvii ui( electrical contrivance' of his own ' rnak ing. Dr. William Ogden, county ' physi cian, stated today. ' ' ' '"' ' ' ' The lapidary's sisters l.-fft him work ing in the garden yesterday afternoon, and went to New York. " ' ' Alanned when he failed to keep the BpOiOtinent, the sistera hurried home. They foomt hie-, tn tno stttic. ryine on an old mattress near hts "wVrkJonih. A heavy copper plae, ct'iinected by ah ex tension wire to a light socket, lay on hts chest. A Hsng string. :ied to the electric ligh-t chain, dafngled near hte hand. - In a room ' below West ha4 carafuliy laid out clean linen and bis -est clothes. He bad started waiter running in the bath tub and it was overflowing when the setters rtumed. They declared the county phyfrjcian was at error in his tatTnent and that tmey werr certain their brother had, ;n sorne accidental way, tauen again the plate. KKSKiSlTTOX OF CHILEAN CABINET 1 AXXOUXCID Santiago, Ctie, Oot. It (By the A. P.) The cabinet resig-nl today. It !s nnderstood that the o6i?ni;tions ver oamsod the decision at a majto'rlty of the senators to voto for raEervatipnii n the Tanja-Arica protocol. ' vhfch is ooheduted for a vote this afternoon. " Washington. Oct. 15 (By the A.' J!.) In tbe absence of offisi.il word.' Latin Ameriaan .diplomatic circles here vari ously oonstrued tho effect the rcSiijgha tlon of ttie Chilean cabinet would have on the vote by the Chilean senate" on the Tacna-Sh-ica 8rotocol. Some ' quaT- ttri were inclined to Tiew the cabinet reSgnaXion with pessimism out ' ttli? was partially offset by expressions that the action of the -cabinet would serve to prsstpoaie the vrrte and gsve a more fa vorable turn to eyjnt. Amoasador Matbieu conferred at Ico-jph ith Secretary Hashes today but tue nature qi tue aiscuseiou yas Kot re vealed. HADIO BBOADCASTECS AT (-Ijiuapo, Oct. lJ.-r-Radio brQadcafct ers, here attending the radio siipsy, met one another face to fiqe today "at a Vlunuheon. Tbe myateriops alphabetical (symbols ty which tbqu3d.'nds of radio receivers know their broadcasts!!! 5"ere uppiiinn;Q uy oroaaoaatf;rs in person, atteii.ng the hjncheoh of tb.e neffK organ ired brojadqaaters' tyireau. prj rrams, U-bat to se-pd and jrbai not to send, were discussed by men V.hq fpr- iiimi uiiy jaa mgouy m-5iruc:iye ai?o Dee Biver. H. J. Brooks has been elected president and J. H. Russell treas urer 01 me ountain Hill Cemetery as sociation to nil the ''Vacancy caused by me ucaui 01 neury 41. cneil. ALLFATPEQfL.fi SHOULD iKNOW THIS Fat people owe a debt ot rraiHturto tn the author of the now famous Marmola Prescription, and are still more Indebted for the reduction of this harmless.- Hel tire obesity remedy to tablet form. Mar- at all drug stores the'worfd over 1 at tbe reasonable price of one dollar for sC case or you can secure them direct on receipt of the price from" the Marmola Co., Hit Woodward Ave.. Detroit. Mich Thi. leaves no excuse for dieting or violent "ercise for the reductigp of tie oyeffat ROOFINQ Good Quality Low Price See pu? Window Pfsplfy pi Blue vnd VVhitfi lyiaiTiglwarg. , feen-5.atter Ajte Keen-Kutter Saws A few 3 ft. One-Maa Saw At a Very Lpw Price, SPECIAL 14-qt. Aluminum Dish Pan,f $1.00 THE HOUSEHOLD BULLETjN BUILQIfJCj 74 FRANKLIN $TREpT IELEPHONE 631-4 . ' '798 1922 ,. Norwich. Tuesday, Oct. 17, 1032. VARIOUS MATTERS 'Light vehicle lamps at 6.S5 o'clock tonight. ' ' 7 : f ' John Whittle of Lambtown, shot a red fox Saturday. The fox we!che4 X'i i-2 ppunds. . Kcw arrival of scallops a,jd mackerel at Powers Eros.' adv. Largfs catches of mackerel are pe- ipg made off Watch HiU and some Eca gass are being caught. Patients fliswissfd' at Vw London hos pitals Monday included Peter Meriannj apd Herbert. McKenzle, botJ 'p jjfqtqjl;" Whlat, Moose home, tonight, at 8 0' q)ock, )oc(sjheart Legion. adv. ' Announcement Is made ot the mar riage ip. ISew" oRdpn of Mrs. Jseli? lord.'-. , .-'"', "' ''; James McArdle, formerly of MontTills has been transferred from the Chicago to tbe New York office of the Goodyear fire Co. Mrs. E. A. Fitch of Noank enter tained the members of the Mirpab, class of the Noank church at tei )ome recently. About, at out of 44 cars of flour al ready arrived at the state piec have be? uploaded and transferred onto tbe freighter Natiraf. . Wild geese have started on their WtBfifO trip foe -the wantec Old timers regard this passin,g as an proen ui com weainer. 1 Regular meeting Mercler assembly. rL. of C., tonight at 8 o'clock. adv. , Trinity College will resume its cam paign, fqr a $l,5Qfl,?oa, centennial fund ip of raiseq feifife ceninpia) cgie- Mitiwuii ii&L uune. Governor Lake has issued a requi s(tlon ttej gqveinor of New York ur ine exiraamon 01 dames ocnit, yantefl lo Nev Haven lor theft. 4- bill for f,5?3.50 fpr the LitchJeJd County Temnbrary Home i'oc the qucte c ending October 1 has been paid py tle state comptrollec s office It Pays To Advertjse, g(yen y fhe Junior' class ' pf -"'Connecticut college for toe freshmen, Saturday evening 'in the college gymnasium was a decided suc cess. ' ' .' . ''-.'' The U. S. Civil Service commission announces an open epppetitiye exam ination for' 1 iunibr' ' psychptogrtst on November S. Entrance salary is 11840. - Txn't forget Catholic Ladies qf Co- mmouj rummage saie satnraay in jjoca- togtjara, Menjqqai.dy. An automobile driven by JV C. Gon nplly, Hartford, struck and kijled a deer on ' the Hartford-Nev "London turnpike,, near Cplphester. Saturday evening. ' " ' ' ' ' ' '' " - The "tr. S. Cirtl sgryipe cqnimission announces an open competitive eam illation for laboratory ' assistant, sen lor grade, on November 8-9. Entrance salary is sizoo. St. James' lodge, No. 23. F. and A. M. works the third degree at Masonic Temple fqnignt at .0. ap;y. The grand encampment of the I, p. F. of Connecticut Kill be held in wateroury today (Tuesday), rele gates from Eastern Connecticut will b apiODS those present. Miss Hanaway and Robert D. ried' Saturday at the ' parsonaee ot th Firsf pongcegational church by the Rev j. Komeyo -Hantprtn of that city. Digging of potafoes in this part of may be nearly comoleted this week. Yield 'is satisfackiry' in most places, but there is' some" rot' in a number pf crops. The Connecticut division of the In ternational Sunshine society held its 22nd annual' state convention in the Memorial ball in Bethlehem reeentlv. t-rancnes ot ine state were yell rep rosemcq.. , , , Hon. Josephps Daniels of North Carolina, formerly secretary of the navy, i? jo speak, in Connecticut dur nig me prejsent campaign it was announced at democratic State b.ead quartef s. ' ' ' Taxes will be collected today from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. at the drug store 'of john A ajqrgaq, qreenevllle. adv. Bev. Thomas Roscoe. 72. who uiirieu ruaay ai Meatora. Mass- leaves a daughter, Mrs. O. D. lusher of Stonington. There is also another qaugnier, wrs. 4.. w.. Coe.of Wol cqtt, this state. Noyes Smith, chief eneineer of the T. 4. Scott Cos tug Guardsman, has re turned to work after being absent for cccisi U4J5 on account ot severe burns received when the manhole gasket on the Rear'AdTOirai Charles P. Plunkett U. S. N., president qf the naval board of inspection and survey.' "has been assigned as commandant of the Tbir4 ripe oase is a part. - "SVesleyan JJniversity graduates are planning a royal welcoriie for alumni q the week-end of November i The ftjyitief S? begin Friday it 5-?9 m.n class '-it initiated ipto fra Adjutapt-General George M.- Cole mandine officers of the 169th Tnfan try, the 192d Field Artillery aiid the Medical Corps, arrange for tie prompt examination p,f all officers of their , "I" j ,t. ' Tbe New York State League pf Uursipg Education 'has extended through" its secretary, an invitation td tie members of the Connecticut League of Nuring Education to attend ipe annual meeting at tne Motel Penh sylvania'on October 25. " T ' Miss Frances Saunders, daughter of c: an? Mrs. f&ni Saupciers of H1H w-r1 Sf'P 8- eranuate 01 Con necticut college class of 1919, be FFPe W briSte ot Philip B. Tarbell pf Key ayen at tie Ppngregation'ai chijrcjf ip. pid Lyme Saturday. ' ' The 54th annual convention of the CTand lodges qf pppnec.ticut Knights pf Pythias, will be held in' New' Brit- ain tciday (Tuesday), opepipg at 9 O'clock a. m. Grand Chahcello Cow lishraw will preside and a large at tendance of delegate is expected. Pyramid Tepple of Connecticut Ancient Arabic Order, Nobles' of "the Mystip Shrine, will assemble at Bridgeport, SaUirday,' October "' 21, for clamation for which" his' 'been" issued quueu j.f vereinupia.1, tne pro pjf "Qf-eniaie reflfnea: A. artletf. AUTq LICENSE DATA READY OCTOBER 30 The, motqr vepicje department has fixed October 28 as the' date for send ing opt the blanks fo:- applications for registration licenses foF lp23.'"'The usual ' Reading matter of instructions in the nulntr out of the plank's " wiTi accompany- thenu Thg planks 'and Te.frn'rt- . mfilfa. 1 -nriU' All ' WlV.r .vl.'J mail pags. Tis pprnipg the depart ment yecpivsd a ' lettgr from S." G. McLendon,' secretary pf state tor Georgia, ' asking '.irif prmation relating to the"'maillng 'gyat'em of Gppne'cticufc The lettef"tpg t)iaf the waiter 4 been informed that the system was "one ot the beet in use." PERSONALS Miss Gertrude Sullivan and Hiss Alice Dunn of East Main street', were week end guests pf friends in Moosup. Mrs. Ruascll Torrance of Cliff street is resting comfortably at her home after a4 operation, hoat trouble at the hos- fiLai. Judson J. MeKim, general director of he f .' "M. "p. "A;" of NfAy Haiven'.' was the guest qve"r Sunday of General Secretary n (Wlrs. JSdwh-' Hin. J 11 1 ' - ' - A. P. Hitcb,pock, of New Cauaan, N. , formerly editor of The Bulletin, is Spendjpg-a few days w.itj fenda in town, Quaking the trip by auto. OBITUABY Mrs. Franklin . Boyens. After an illne3 of five "weeks. Ktla MajV beloved wife of Tranklih'E. Boy ens, came to a peaceful end Sunday eve ning in 'her home at 47 Hamilton avehuV, and those ' near and dear to her were at pom in ins cuy 01 Cincinnati, unio. December" 22, 1863, the only daughtef of oha fc' and fcllizabeth A. Jennison, she came tQ this city tnirty odd year ago and was united in ' marriage to Fxanklin 9. oyens, be joined the Cen; trai' aptist church' more than eighteen years ago, but due to her lntpaireq health was unable to take a'cQve nart. She is survived by ner husfband, two pieces, Jjrs. Cra . Geib of this city and Mrs'. Edith j Mafic of Marion, Ohio, and a nephew, Catl ' W. Jennison of Wa'shlngtori,''B.' C.?"' ." 1 The nn-s pf b,e,r (Jeatl Monday called, torv inapy expressions i sincere sym; iva t h ir ' f iM liA hiydKon. 'in hie nun onv. row and bereavement. By reason of . her most estimable Qual ities Mrs. Boyens was greatly reyered by "4 wide circle 'of fiiendS', and she was Ipyal, patient, kindly and helpful in hfjr. home. ' She was dfyptfdlj ?:ard fqr iq her lppg ilpess an foiight the ibattlg o vl vy9o auu vii.4iou4. coimiiaui ing. ' " " -Horace , O. Burch, for many years i well 'Ttnown' cbntractorJ'iri'"?Iew 'fndon died at I115 hoipe tter pn Sunday;-after a long illness. He is survived by' his, Jama if'T Iwp oaugnters, Jrs. $ency E. Rosets and Mrs. Charles" L. r4and qf Mq'rristqwn, !N. "J., nd 'twq oosj. -rroi. ivrneai . Burcn 01 iyaos town, ill., and Edward M. Burch; a Sis ter, ip. &ioerp jv. .Harris apq a lorotn- Katpn tvaiao Webb. Mrs. Edmuod W- Perkins of Washing ton street received word Monday rooming from "her mother, Mrs;. Louis L.' Black1 sion, wio (s'af Narjtuqket, notifying her of the death there of Ralph Waldo AFepb, brother of Mrs. BJacJistone' and a fqrmef ir. w$qp was o(rn ip iNorwicp, uie, son of the 1 jte JitVus and tbi Tbomp- son Webb, 0,0 Sepf.'??. 187Q. was a native of New toai native of New 'C!radori and' bis ber of Norwich.' He resided here' uptii about 15 'years asp, and foe a "thoe 9wped and conducted fhe "Rawson Whipple sfore op, water stceef- Leavipg-qriph, he wept to Honolulu. wb,'ere' hf ju"li charge' of the 'pier cxinsitpQtiQri' wprk for tl)e ynited,' States government. In'isij 115 was uuueu Its gjarrjasE 10 miss aaiza- beth temple: Ketnri'pi'ig the states, ie wept to Nnttjqket. where bY engaged "in f hotel bnjins?-ghicji Vis auccessftji: He was'"token m' soniettrne "''ago and tken fq (.he 'Nantucket hospit! wnerf it was found Ue waa an infection qf the for its removal. Mr. Webb failed (o rally froni th? operation n,d' died ' Mp,nJly iw.fli(JS- t Mr- "vyebb is survived by his wife, his H"F; W 5!ce n ons nBRs- John J. O'Connell died Mnmtav man tpg at hjs bonie; o'. 20 West Town street after IsPPby i!lpe?s. JJe was born in this eitv. tiie soni nf Patrick and Julia p'CoBnell- WTieri young man he was united m marriage tp Mg-ry Me Nally. who sprviyes him, 'with two daush- ters. Miss JuHa C-'ConnU, bookkeeper'' In the office' of City Treasurer Avery," and Miss Nellie O'fpnnell," teacher in a local acnooi. inere are two sons, jonn j. O'Connell, Jr.: and 4arfles" O'ConnelT. all of whom lived at tome! "There is also a brother, Patrick1" T. O'Cqnn'eLl,' of oNrwich Town, and four sjsterg. Mrs. T. J. Daily of Waterbury, Mrs. William Haggerty of Noro'icb, Mrs. John Callahan of Hartford and Mrs. John . Hayes of providence. Hr. O'Connell was engaged for many years in tne retail liquor business an (ater in the furniture iusiness. Frater pally he was a member of the Foresters. He was also' a member of the democratic town ctnnrqitiee ancf naa serv-ea lor sev fi years as registrar 01 yoters. He was well and ' favorably known 1 the Norwich" Town stign ' of Norwich and, was liked by all who pew him. He was loyal to "his family and was a' home maker, Ke reared tys chilgrep tp 'use ful member?' qf socigty'and they -were true to the departed in the snset of his life. He w.a sa. lpyipg brqther and -was helpful as a frieqd. qse left tq mqufp nave tnq syjnptpy of all who nqw the grief of Prtiqg foreyer with the bead qf i "pf ppy hqnje cifcl?. '' '. ''"', I"V!K41- ioljn Lifimraf . Pupfral service "for John." Lznmla?, aged ?8 'yeajrs.'were .eld Monday, mooni ins from his latq home iq Prfsfon, wiitn sefycea at 'St. Jfosel) church o' clock. Rev. I. Y- Mfesciejewyti ' pjSqiatiq'sl Burial J was in St. "jpsep's cerqeter? The places of beartj-s' wrr'fflljd by pix fpenda of the deceased. ' ' Ariigeeirts, jrere tiy Sliea & Eurjke. Prohibitipn Agents Rqberf Churqb of this city "and Joseph Fitipafrick' 'o'rNew London secqrSSl OPe ua"t 9 Sin apd, about half a gallop of moqhf nine When.' tney yi? ited fhe place of ifartiii Cemeq3 at Ston ington Saturday afternqpi. "geiit Fits patrick asked tq hoy a " drink and when Mrs. Clemens took a towel qft the liqqor where it stood p4 a shelf ' in th kitch en,' the agenji seijed'th? lirjuor as evi dence.' '"' - ' '"'" ' '" The case win come before TJ. S. Com missioner F. Till McGiiire ia New Lopclqn It is stated that Cflenjens pas "twice before had Hquor' violation charges made against him.'' '-'"" "',;T " "r" ;' - J'' '1- MORE HOLIDAY PBIVTLEGpg Washington, Ocf. 16. Postal employes, loi;g compelled to stay on the job' while thwr fellow townsmen celebrated a Wai or stati' n'Aiday,!Vilt pev'en!the 'oppor tunity hereafter tp share in tpj festjyi- t-ica ujiuer ine pr7yisiong or n oroer js sned 't'oday y lostrpaster "6eheral Work. fbP Sleeping prdsr instructs ' all post masters to release as many workers''.s pvnuijri?ns Rri. oca9;ops wnen lo cal of rtate holidays result m a virtual ! !?pension business in the comiriuny. Returning to Hartford after witness I ing the Hartford High-Bulkeley football wpsw ! ew upnoa oaturaay, james p. Connolly of Jl" "jranltlip r avenue, Hartfpi-d. hit a deer with"' his auto wjien near Colchester. ' The deer, a 90-ppupd doe, suffered'' a fractured spine apd crushed side and had to be. killed. TJie au6 'was "purled fpprn' 'tpj road apd pearly ent' pye ap epibapkment. - " Th'j deer's ca;as was 'aken to Hapt forji 'apd shown to tpe. st'tg garof; War qen" apd ' firif3 ll!-e and' it fafer furnished. YPisn steak f 'Hp. Connol ly's home. A'lar buci " wa seeg py Hf. Connolly to'Tpn into the woods ipst beforp 'e 'hit 'f'e pe.' Also the bunco man loves a shining mark. RiPUIIOMiS JI liTY TQWi !QS?IATIS FOR Republican nominatiqp'sv fsr represen tatives and for justices of the peace w?re maae m caucuses Qeia m trie towns 01 New London county, Monday, arid in some of them nominations for judge of fruume were also Diq. Prestos. - At the Preston republican caucus Mon day . evening: William B. Mitchell was elected chairman, and JolH")f WHpwiH cierit. For representatives J. uuy AJ'er and William W. Service wjs urjaninjqlil ly nominated- Nominations fjjr" indices of . the peacei wer.e"EdiSard'""P. Hplloweir, Edward E. Lewis and yted Nicplir ' Renublicans rn caucus here Monday night- 'pommated Henry J'. KenfJall for of the peace as follbwj : Waltsr ' Piew, S. D. TSallbu, Albert ' Al Rist, CJeorge Allen, iyfr.'ery . Kendall and James At the republican" caucus MQBdiy aft ernoon . A. C. Kneeland Was chairman and C. J. Abell clerk. - Nominated lor representative, ' C. Henry piggs' and Elmer gee,T- Norninaj.e.d for" judge of probate, George E. Briggs. ' Justices of the' iace were nominated as fpjlowg: Christy H. Foster, 'William A. " Pulti, John Kinnaird. Horace Foote, William T. Curpr; Charles S. Briggs and Clifford C. Id?rd, William I. Allyn was chairman and Albert W. Kinmouth clerk of the repub lican oaupus held here topay. ' $ or rep reseptative Frederipk'W." Burtqn was nominated, arid 'judge of Probate went to Billings F.. " g. Grand?1- " Justices of the peace were nominated as follows: Walter' A. - Buckingham, Cbarlef V B. Geer, 'R. Iridng HHrlpqrf. 4fl4rew M. Avery uu a. xv.ciivt . salens. The republican caucus for the town of Salem was held Monday atterpqqn at as moderator and Charles is. aiaiona, clerk. For renresentative" to- the eenet- 1 assembly Harry A. Ijlogejs recsjved the nomiqatiqn witnput contest. . - For judge pf nrobate. there was a rea hot contest. A: Xi. spencer paving con ducted a bpt campaign for syyeral weeks, usine a Waterbury paper and flier. When tb,e vote war cast Sppqcgr pqjild i3' vqtes while his opponent; Susie B. Rocers, swung ii and was nominated. Miss Rogers has been clerk of the local police cqurt fpr f number pf ?ear? ' There were no contests for justices of the jpeace John HacketK William E. Dart ing and Jpln RatUbqne reitp the At the republican caucus held at th town ball In Nortu Siopington, "yrank wftlfJ H Pm SWfm. pfl 4S0B B. Perry," clerk. For" ' representatives Irving R. Main and John B. Ferry : for judge of probate, Charles C. Gray. Tbe following justices ei tne peace were opm mated; "Charles E. chapman. jQbn ' H. Geer, ' Irvine W. Miner," Jopb C. Ave ry; JoUr, B. F.prrs an William Mprsap, Republican lectors mjt Monday aff ernoon"at"i.3Q o'clock to nominate can- didates for. 'tbs fall elections,'. J'Warrsn Stiri was elfetei chairman, and W'M: Vint Maryin,' clerk: Tqr'reprjse'p.tatiye a?i f- itfrtt ts ttt'sat r- w KEPIBLICAX TOMINATI()K XfT WI5.DHAM COBJiS Tpwyg At thf "ipdham republican capers Monday e-veping'"lWilliam E. Jordan" ani Frhk M. Smith Were -jpanimqngiy 'pppiir nated for represenattiyes. Ifpr "justices of th? i?ac?. Mayor pharlea A. Gates proposed tpe following, alf ef whom !w"erf endorsed py tpe caucus? 'William A. Ap opffl. Curtis jpieJin, George; Eaton.. Georg S." naiio'tt;' frapk H." qss," Iftiliam ' p. iPeb.per, George llatch, Qjorg? 3. Hjn itLaB, C. Arfhur eepey and TflUiam A. Kipg- Th8 cbainpai fjf tpe rnSSfjnif was Edward 5. wbittsmot, tb?st;igrk Jphp B. Epsartpn. ' 1 BlaUarid. Ieppplicarts in caijcus Ijilpnday night nominate Henry Dor'rance andf Charlp's I?.' ga-pspury' fpr represe'tativef . ' " ' Deiiielsoi. At the republican caucus. Monday event ing; Attorney"!!. L. Darbie and GeorgeA. Williams, were nominated for representa tives." Salin S. Russell was renomipated, for judge of probate, and" the' follewin nominations for jij fices qf the pace were Harry E. Back. SaMn S. ' Russell,' E- L paypie, fask T. Prgatprj, Albert M- S?y mpurj Clarence SpuIe.'Ray hipijie, liis? (Jurnard S. Cogswell. . ' The only contest was for nomination for representative, E- 'L- Darbis ofejf(ng 4. r.'Appingtpp, i tp U: ' " " me?tipg fn Jrfrs. Edna MiUe.r cieri. Ttie republicans of Brooklyn nominated Frank B. Spaukjipg Vsnday night as their candidate for "representative and en dqrsie Jppge pscar F- itwwjd, the dWR ntic nomippp, fpr ju;ge nrpbtS- Pnfnanj. Luther Keith and Hector Huyert were nominated by the reppplican tpe Mon- aaj yerine caucus t-o suuetf iasmee as "" r?presenfat'iyea. " ' ayid ?la-8g was renopiinated for jii'df e pf pfppate ap 'the fojlpw.pig' foV justice? of th?" Peace : J. C.'Bradford. J. J. jtrpri H. Gejsslej, Erjp li. " ibprisqn, ' 'rspibald aodRpald, J'r, Arthur S.Macdonald, Jsirnest Jforse. iry,H3g h. iiron. 4113s jjatoerme y.nie Was chaipnan and fryipg H. Miroa clerk of the caucus. AU omiaa4osj' war by "' . ' Columbia. At the rgpubiian caucus Ifcmpay night Edward' P. Lymap received; pf'the ft votes cast fpr repreeijfativ.. S'lectipPf for justices of the peace were Hubert B". Collina; Matiaon 'Woodward and Jiarrjr Brpusseau.'"'Tpe shanrmap of hi caiicps ??: George F. Pearce was nominated for representative by the republican caucujj Monday 'evening and Frank" Cjiamb'erlaip for" fudee of probate. C."B'. MontePmery', George 'C. Spoon'er' and Bycon T.' Tpung WINDHAM 4EMOC$47$ KAtpS yENTO.V lp JL4AM9 At the Wipdham decpcrafi; caucps Monday' qighf 'ftank " if?'. -!Fepton'"'ap PletTe J. Lara-rpee receiyeg pqjji"n' tipns for representatives. ' 4 ppmrpittse of tsn '-as jrpRp-gfpeoJ 'fq rjarpe ' jus tices of the pejcg, fheir phojoe peihg as fqllpws: iyijii jm ' iaeug, E- " frarJ Bpbee, Morris" qtlht.' Saipel B. Har vey. Tho'rpas J. KUjt, 4im 4. Mafti sifau. gobept E- eJifeheU. 4rthur Bacicpt, Getnrge Piatt and Jacob Cqben. ' Judge Jame Typmey waa the chairman and it. a. Sullivan clerk. ' "''"'- " " ?2sHr 5 S?fs, ;- Dennis J. Morpissey,- proprietpr of tpe Aptefjcan ppuse,; ( showing 'unepes of iil'acs i'from a 'lilac bush b'ack of ps pQtel. Last fall the ptip bloprpfd 4?" forfe f' Npf. Ifl'tft. and i'tpeifpiea'f gpest capirii sorqe qf fhe bjogsofns pact tq JTey ygc as a souvenir. , The man whose only thought ia for himself has tctj- little Be for brains. REPRESENTATIVES buT"V5Brikia.'rr h na,rtI,nf m &?.!"s- of v- . MontvUle, . ' I The" local republican caucus wa? held P.f a 9 n'nltvlr Mnnrlav' f f OTTI ftrtTl . ' Dsn 1J. I X. ? w r ..7.. - '' - : i.I Horne being the chairtpan, arm ; Frank . Rogers clerk, for representative there was " a " lively contest between '. Arribros 1 Sullivan and Frank W. Brqwnmg. T(Otee Mrl Brown'ins; 24. For judge of probate, a D: pome was nominated, the jus tices 01 the Peace being ueorg.e a. crao ford, Frlderfck' J. Hope. 'Matt A. Tinker, Mrs. Pansy Dart, and Frank H. Rogers. '. ' ". ' ' ' ??5,lfr?- 1 . Republican and denipcratic caucuses were 'hlJ n?re pqday pigbt and Frank Hi' Hinckley was ndmioate'd unanimously for judge of probate-. Tbe republican j s. pjuwilu and Mawft T(Iannf. the 1 flfimpsratis cHqicq oswg uiancs . Foley and John S. Gallagher. Both I parties: selected justices of the peace the same as last yearT Repujlicari Claude n! and Clifford, N pdpfiell. p,ernqcratic, ."TUftftM urowiey, 5yron 4. j-ecKnara. - .sa , Npyes. Walter, geraid. Mtbqny Mars- ci.ers. Wfiliam WaUbridge. V9Hy iVrlMSnj wunams. Mf?rge jennison. iprneuus a. v-rfiQ5u anq lliam If. luidioEs. - GrotOJl At the republican caucus held ber Monday p,iBnt Charts H. Smith, defeated 1AH1B tr. 4iy.S Vr .emsecuv4HvB uy a 'Anvn" for vote of" !ia to 194. ' The second choice I for 'representative -kas Howard' A. Edge- cqrq: Tptf norijintip.n fpr judse pf prpj- Ijqtiona " for justices of the pjace wers I na'a'de'aa 'follows : ' Alfred Q. V9!bV. Iry-I Ehester; Warreq " Burroughs ' and I avid 'H. Sempp; " " " '" I . Spra.fftte. I At tb? larger' tended republican ranoiKM tipM n thA tnmm nf Snntnio in I Sfoy f year lAnc"G. prach waa I tiomirjiie Qr "Veprsentitive. debating iri Snrftfinii ha 11 r?h'arls E. Tiarnps ninc I elected -chairman, aod 4-rtbur El" Cote. clet. ' O'calls for nominations for rp- reaeptatiyes. Matthew Bailey presepted the. harpe of Dgpnis Splliypn and Louis FPntaine the 'name of LawTencp p. Prescnef. Votes .cast were ??, .prescher receiving 73 and, Sunivan 1?.' Op npmlp- Uui w. v lub peace uie cnair was authorized to appoint a committee! pffive lnclpdmg birtse.lf to select jus- tice of the peace. The committee nam- minJhtf C. SteVen . NapofBS f Vm WW '9- Pf&- S Vlunfbwn. . - At th republican caucus in Vpluntown Kney. Tppont was nprnipated for" repre sentative, and HerDert Harard, Howard I E. Jaip'es, and ' Thornaa ' A. 1 tpwrj for justices' of 'the peace." The chairman I of the' meeting: was Jrohn N. Lewis ; clert I ttfiward Jji. Jarqes. CSQWDS AT INSPECTION OF IJW T. M. C. A. UrLI)I-Ci Fyopj 3 tp 10 p. m. Monday afternoon the new T. II." p. 4. huilding oh Main street '.was opep: for public inspecikm fnd a cpfist.pt stream of visitors that ran iptp jj'tfiUl of many pupdred. flowed from ope end of the building fo the oth er "with words of warm, admiration for all they saw."The doors were cipsed for B Wuf t ?u.ppsr time. , Ip the affer'nopi), iripsic was furnished by p orppestra copsisting of Carl Par tner, piano", Theodore 8 terry, violin. John Kukla, clar)nej:, ' Jphp M. Swapn, cornet, director, fn he pyeping the orchestra comprised Ir. Sicapn a' director, Henry J. La Fontarpe, piano, Miss Eizfbeth Lape," violihr AJviii jjimpf, violin and Richard Sanders, clarinet." ' " Thf bpilding 'ha'd"attractiye floral dec- ffraiipns wpfep. were iKinqiy poi)trtbited by'Chfrles D.' No;e, tpe Central 5- Ice cream and wafers were served un der the direc'tibp pf a cpraimtee of fhe wytfp uiiiidi( u-oaaiBtipj ot air a. j. B. OatJ -!kainma4, Mxs. "William H. Fitch, Miss iary kippaifls, Miss porte pps, Jr." L. ' Stanton, Mrs. johp Q. Peekpani, Mr?, f, 1 Bacom, Miss Helena cnarper anq miss Florence Smith,, who were assisted by a co.rps of 2Q or ?0 yqphg wtjpipn from the cpurches qf the city. . ' ' "yiSitors were escorted around th? tHildir,g py tpe office staff of the assq ei4Hfln by tpe membership commit tee, wpicp seryed as a. reception com plittee as follow ; Frapk I Arnold, Chairman, WestQU C. Pullen,' M. B. ?rttfi. A. F. Wyman, Edward Tine ult. M. L. Bergstresser, William Wy man, Joseph S. Adams, Emery Davis, L." M- Crandall. Georee W. Armstrnnp Percival W. Chapman, and Joseih It. Olsen. " """ - ' ' ; - ' ' CONGREGATIONAL l&pjilSTf R$ A.J NQBWICH TOWN CHpECH The New London Association of Con gregational Ministers will ' meet today (Tuesdayr at 10.30 a. m.', at the Norwich Town Congregational church. 'The 'wives or tne ministers have been cordially in vited to be guests"at this meethig. Rev. Ale? ander H. Abbott, pastor of the Unit ed Congregational church? is to be med erator of tbe meeting, which will open Witft a devotional service. - Following tbis, a part of the morning wiK be de voted to bnsjnep. A paper 'entitled, !The Church and Reereation.V by Rev." Rod erick MacLeod, pastor of Hanover Con gregational church, will conclude the mornina programme. ' ftHTtog tb intermission, members ot tpe association and their wives wilt as semble ip the cpapel. where the women of the entertainhig chtircp will serve luncheon. ' - Tb gapes Of the afternoop. "The Chfi drjn of the Manse,! 'is by Rev. Cparles. H. Rjckefts, pasto.r of preeneville Con gregational church. Tbe committee com Pises TRey. Henry Hnibertof Grotop; Rev. Gtrrdon F- Bailey, castor of the en. tertaining ppurcb, and Rev. Ailen Shaw tfSSf y, Vr1 . , ) TUttors Cominr From Michigan. Having left their home in - Frankfort, Michigart. Friday last, Captain and Mrs. JpsepS H- "Pereue are eypectcd to' arrive in Korwicn tpe early pare of this week; tq vipit relatives and friends ' in their Ppm.e towns.- Mrs. Pereue" formerly -nar(qtte Avgpu. resipgd m Mpntville, wnue l-aram Pereues home was at Trading Pove. an.d it is here as guests of tr. api Mrs;. Gparles A. Pereue, at the old bbrflestead, fhat they will pass (iiutnui. me lime wnue in Connecticut. resides bis prqther, Charles, - Captain Pereue pas a sister, Mrs. EHia J. Weav er, a, resident of Trading Cove, whom iiia )i win aisq visit. . uprmg JHly, four qf Captain and Mrs. Pqeue's ' dapghters", Elizabeth, Jq- septupe, eanette anq . Lois, three pf wnpm are scopoi teachers in the west. vl. tu.!.-' -: !. -I'.!..' . r f'B!V? 51 vr.istl 'e's or sey- New-Mejtico has no law requiring k..,i,iin 1 ii- u. j V " JirnQtile headlights, and requlrefl juiik. .. J . ' M. G. A. pGSKLEJi FOa." In connection with tse public in- sij.g?t'p.n p,f is?; .ngi U' swe ui tue luung iien s oiiniiciii au ciation in tpis - city, an Illustrated booklet was distributed to : many people Monday containing 'valuable mformatiqn aUput the l"s new. hprpe. putUnes pf various Organization pro. flM cuts qHcers. directpr-s apd falariSd fprce the assopiaHon. :Uo pcief sketches th,eir cfinqgctipr, witb, Vll8. ftsspcia- flVM - 4nothef ,ntecestitjg -1 descriptipp of the nW 5. explaipipg -tb,8 vi AnnthfM? intofeoTinv . (eatin-tt fa th homo of the ariflus depaft- ments, tbetr uses and the Privilege.? extended to rnembers and nop-msm pers ot toe i. i. 4 - a special teature is the aescription pf the swimming popl dedicated tq tbe ypuqg mep, P Norwich, iq memory pf Hugh Hepcy Qsgopd. wh ws greatly intereje.d- ia the Norwich, Tfluug Christian Associatiop. tbe Ppol wpich cost ilMW,. being tb gift of Mrs. Qsgqod. ' ; . ' Half tone cuts of the various pattpaepts gymnasium, men's ifepwt- ies ara added! ' - ' At the back of the book' is told tbe etnrv of the trarli done hv thenew building committee, and the work 'fit thB Wpmeq's Auxiliary, wbicb Pledged tJl in makipg tbe, new X. M. C. A. bom? what it is, either by donations of IbutSrsTowarribe it 1? the new borne ace inscribed as1 follows: Complete outnt for laundry, beds ana mattresses tor tne eighteen sleep ing rooms, the. Misses Ella and Eme ine Norton: new' piano for men's lobby, Clarence &. carpenter, leather covered davenport, George W. CarrqU; leather coyered chairs, James c. Mac- pherson. Herbert M. LeroiS. S. A. Gil bert," Jacob Munz, W. $. Williams, Ms and Mrs. - Charles D. Nbyes; parlor ets,' Charles Jt. Saxton: ' lobby tablq, Weston- C. Pullen"; desk- and table, eighteen sleeping rooms anjl business offices, American Thermos Bottle Go.; porai aecorations loaneq ana arrangea WVWLW'W wUU w. ticrvcic , vau vuuuiyuuuuo Robert W. Perkins. -Judge AUJn L. Brown, Sbeparfl B. Palmer, Morris 1. " 1 11 1 Fitw In City Court In the Norwich police court Monday morning, Walter Johnson,' tbe alleged keeper of a gambling room in the gteiher building, 'was finetl tia and costs, amohtipg" to 110.7. ' """' ' Alphonse 'Siichaud' of" WiUiman.tic .flned 1200 and co sts, amounting -o,i JIi..-u v-'.j - t ti- --5 of driving "ap autqmbbile while under the influence of. liquor:' 'He "was ein sentence, wbh was Severn men were fined , lnto?i- c?arf6?- ' ' Bulletin's Pattern Servipe .1 m f5l- A POPrLAK DAT DRESS. A frock of this kind is neat and chic. and simplifies the work of the woman who makes ft. The model is in "slip on style. The bell-shaped sleeye ia eomfort- snf iin.tn-Ale - Tli ft at the side portions. ' ' " "' ' ' '." Tnis pattern is cut in swven ktcc; . 38, 40, 42, 44. 46 ' and t inches, bust ineajnire. A 3S-incn size requires i i- yards of ?f-inch material. The wid'h at me oo wim v1 F-HVfMjt- te t.n'' 2 1-4, yards.' I'arterp maiiea 10 any fcorew m fg- CeiPL Of 4W IU DIITl Latntv. Order throngh 'The Bulfetih Company, Ui! A STYLISH ONEiPIECI IfMPfL. Serze and nlaid suitms are here com bined. The fronts meet over a panel. The sleeVe is In' bell "style. This, model The pattern is cut in f out' sizes: f, I 10 and 12 years. A ip-yeac frze requires i 3-4'ya'rdg of 44-inch' maWriaf:' To trirp as Illustrated will reclujrjfope r ?f VI- Pattern mailed to any address on e ceipt or 111 cents m silver or stamps. order through The Bulletin Company, celpt of in cents in silver or stamps. lllil m mm i ii-attern jjept., orwicn. conn. Catching Cold Is Not An Accident The fenalty" for Neglect pf Wbe yo tatch cold you are hj clin?d tq tbink that it was accfdentAL that ypu. wt iu draft or that you aaaMavnraichl It - . V, 1 'W , someone els.-" This (Js ' oaly1 Yalf 'ti tnjt(j. ' The rl ; " fact is tbit a cqld is tbp peoaify tor : neglect pf com ; mon- f uj'e a "bi .health. Tot bte y ' ' alio we yourself to . . become o.ver-tited. weakeqd and ruo- down, you baT t .dllqwed jouc poar-: s er of resistance ta jba 'lpwered- The 4 cold gsrm which ia J always lucking - .'nearby finds'-you 14P. easy yictiro. ' 1 can main tain your Dawar of resistance to colrjs, coughs and aimiljs trouble by tijliirig' Father jotn's ileql cine hich' builds, new strength and ' bjalth. '"ft vqu hayj already' allowed V9uf?eif tq'Uke pold, begin treaang It f once with Father 'Jbbn'a" Medi cine."" It will pot only driv? ptf tbg cplfl but wjlJ bpild VP new strength yiqj 'which to figjt ptf future attapka. RDIQ PQGiAMi TCESDAT, OCy. 17. 7 jj. m. Map in the Moon stonea- B- m. -Closing prices on stocks, bopds, grain, coffee and susar. $.05 p., m- " Broadcasting Broadway " Bertba Brainard. - ' '" -'"-- S itl p. m. Soprano solos by Constance Eberhardt. 3.9 p. pj. Standard time aignals from 4rlington ; oQ1ial weather forecast. 3,0.(11 p. m- jQint recital by Abraham Goldberg. Violinist; Cacson. pianist. KDK4 patsbarch ( meters). 7 n. m. Weekly fashion talk of inter- est to women ; United Suie? public health f p. n eeaiinie siory ior nft kmoks S p. m. Miss Margaret Hprne, yiqUn; Mrs. Ethel Litchfield, piano. WBZ Spriasaeld J60 saeiers). 7.30 p. ' ro. Cpcle Wiggily v bedtime story. Farmers produce market report- T.15 p." ni. -"World Market Survey.'" from' the department ot commerce U Boatoa. " 1 p. m. Entertainment green br Har old Brodeur. pianist; Raymond Brodcm. HUte ; Rudolph Strawioyitz, yiolio- VOK Newark (60 mrtcri). p." in. Song recital by 'Kaxolyn Wjlls Bassett, Soprano;' lecture on RaUo for tbe Layman by "Albert E- Soon. - 3.30 p. m. rlqfrence UiUpom:. coiora tura sosrapo; ampanied by Julia. . Fox. " ' t.15 d. m. Johnny Tucker and hta partner Schafer, and Jim Buckley, song writers, will introduce their own. songs. 1 .WGJ Scheoeey '(pa 7.45 d. n Olive Wentwprth., aoptaao: Mrs. Ha.zel Scoj-ilie,, contralto; Arthur lanney, oantone uauiis fiaopon&KjN yiolinist ; address. An Eementary Coo ception. of "Radiation; B. Rl Cnimiiings. radio engineer'; Mri Florence Rogers, pianist. " " ' ' ' '" V " " " wqf Medfer BHUide. Km;, (! aeetera) 1 a m. Before Breakfast set-ana. Are tbur E. Baird. " " 1. 30 a. rp. MnsKsal program. 10.20 a. m. Forecast 1L S. weather bureau (485 meters)'. 11.20 a. sa. Music 1.30 p. m. Boston farmers' trraArjcs' pjarkej report (1S5 meters). t p. m- Amraq womtas 000. no- pensive Home Peocfauon, Mrs. Elsie E Chamberiain. 3 p. m. Mid -afternoon news pruaoV-Sgt. ' 3.25 p. m. Mnsical prograra. I p. m. Market report "(4 85 meters)., .30 Tt. m. Boston ' police reports, late' pews Oasbea, early" sport news. .a p. m. evening program: 1. racca Abouf Fabric?, by Mis Harriet E- Ain wqnh. II. 'Convictions and Cotifeasiops.' Mr. Roach, first mate "of the Anstrliaa convict spjp.' 'fJX Concert. Mrsa Suzanne, Tpompsgn, soprano: Mis? Qlady Milter, contralto; Cliff aid Lftoqais, Btaajk. , Boxrah Democrats Ks At a well attended democratic cau cus In Bozrah Saturday, night Jpha' S Sutlivaa wos ' elected chairman." " and Jcihn S. Feldsi olerk. For represenoa-. live junn zv. rijwyr d9 Wiq,n4l ga. W. w. Bentley was nomipatel ford ju'jdge Of probate and for justices pf the peace. ' John J. Sweeney. Albert G. Averr! iad jqbn S. SpIUvah. ' Tiiere were 00 eeiiieis. Lgbop Denjocrati jeminete. - At the Lisbon democratic caucus Mon day night Albert Bradlow was nominated ' for representative.' Justices of the peace" are John P. Bromley. Horace A Knight Jesje C. Phillips, William p. Wallace. William ."Mprebppse 'and, Charles H Fitch. pferrs(ioa FattrqA, On the "recommeodatior of the city. nhvarii-ian. Rmri Pen a. (90 Bask street, JCew London. ws committed op Sunday to the' Norwich State hospital as' an ' observation patienf. ' " " 1 NeighhoraT Night was obserrt4 or Ledyard- grapge" Friday erenlng. Oqtob- er fto- Thia was the first Neighbors 4 Bieht that Idyprd grange had observe and it via a success from tTt tj ftniVh: Thtpugb'tb courtesy of Carl W. Browt"; of Norwich, tbe new Grange oa'f was brilliantly 'lighted by tbVPelco Bystf rjj. f Fiv"granea were represented. " Theft were pearly granfr preseat-" " The attendance was approximately sp ioupw: uiy irom r;r-ico grange; SS from prstqn grange; from Vrts-. ton City grange; 12 from VorU) 6too-, ingtpn grange :' J from Pacbaug"gruige ' and 'pfose wpq attended frorp'Ledyard " grapbo the number was brought "ir't about 200.' Tbe' literary'' programma 'waf 1 presented by Norwich. Preston City and , Grotpo graogef.'each grange givtpg tap . Ohn .M. S'abn with bis orchestra rcrfd- " trcd; several aclections' which' were pigb- 1 ly applauded.7 "The ' Wo' by" Fillisra Rush, of Norwich grange were of a blgp 3 character. " Prestos City grange enter- 1 tained with a reading entitled." Apples. , by John Holland. duet by Brothers. Sdner and fcellog Hall, with Mrs. Hail s sccoropapistl proton grange enter tained wi;p a readint 'py Sirtfp ' Per- kins, of that grins?." and Miss He'etj r Clark rendered a piano solo! ' Refresh- -ment's of cake. sandwiches end 'coBe,-? were efved to all. ' SJhort eddressea wtrf given Tby C M. 'Adama of Groton, worthy master of New London Pounty Pomona . grange: John E. Fanning, worthy masf-f of 'Norwich' grange 1 Sidney' Hall, worthy '" master 'of Prestoa City grange; '' Mr. " Cpapmam'worthy master r of Groton grange and Past Master Clarence Ravis of North Stonington graigt. Pancing A was enjoyed. "' " ' ' ' "', Themantsn. George A. Porter was nominated for representative at tbe dem ocratic caucus held in the court room.