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NORWICH BULLETIN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1922
wiiJLiyNTie NORWICH BULLETIN I WUUaMlU Of lee St etareb Street Telephone 1W Charles Clarke, foreman of the spin fci'ng room of the Quidntck-Windham was sitting in the patrolmen's oom at ll local police station Thurs day morning and to!d of a skunk which ) found ns way Into hi garage and was making its presence very evident ly spreading an evil odor throughout lbs building. About the time he was telling his ale a big farmer lad came In and upon hearing the story prom !ed to rwnort the skunk fro fhthe par ti without having to toury his clotiviS ftcrward. A number of men made the trip to Mr. Clark's home and ths kountry boy bcrau ' his work. The kkunk was seen to be occupying the front seat or tht car and seemed very Leaorable. Our country friend boldly caked to the car and to. the honor iia spectators reached in and picked kp a fur cap made of skunkhide. Ilea. Rirhard P. Freeman f N'cir Ijondon. candidate for re-election as ronjeressman from the Second congres sional district, is to he one of the peasers at the repuV.lean rally to be field this (Friday) evenitur at the tovn Jail. Other speakers will include Hon, p. H. Dunnigan. commissioner of con- fiiiatlxn In labor. Washington, D. C, nd Sirs. JIary ' Campbell of New Tork ity. The eomnitleo appointed br Mayer Jirtes A. Gates for the observance of get-Mo- Not-Day in this city have iponed it from Saturday of this week election day Tuesday, Nov. 7. i'ite cers appointed by the committee are r. Harry S. McCready chairman, e'.l r T. E. Ellsworth, vice chairman ; M- JK. Btunvan. secretary, ana ti. . i,a-.n-Sos treasurer. It Is thought that the beet plan to raise money for the bene St f the disabled World "War Veterans ras to sell forcet-me-note. A number rt airis have already consented to take heir places at the polling places an'l r the streets and receive donations itt their forget-me-nots. No doubt la Tie sums will be realized through this ' Source. fitorrs will also observe the dav an1 t: is expected that hulls a sum will be ecelred from donations by the crowd attending the Providence College and Aggld football game there. , This Friday will be know M Candi dates' night by the democrats and plans are complete for an entmisiastis ranv to be held at the isomer ...Opera house under the auspices of .the democratic town committee. Candidates who w.ll be present will be representative far congress in this district, candidate tor senator of the 29th district,, candidate lor oounty sheriff. Judge Vbf probate and local candidate';. tor representatives.- glmen Sevl ' Aleil - recently, at the New' Havenrsta-te" hospital frofri bron-cho-eneumonia". . Mr.- Seviejjy,- 'who. wis a carpenter, htd' resided tos this city lor over 3u yesn saa was an urueifi member of St. "Mary's , chureh. He was born j in St. Berthelemie, ; Canada, Jan. 13. 1669. the 6bV of George.. and Cela- nle (Plche) Sevignjf: He is survived by a son. Kaymond, -of West Vancouver Canada; two brothers,, Doa"Sv!gny p Boston, and Amateur Sevigny of wcr cester, Jlass-iMfour' isters,' Mrs. Joseph Fancaer otUali rttver, Mass., .Mrs. .Jo seph iGirara"vof 'this etty.'Mrs. Eugene Lavoji, of Bristol, R. I-.and. Mr-. Ernest Boullrd of ofwtch, , The Juaitor Catholic Daaghten' at America were organised by Miss " Ve ronica McQuillan, grand regent of Court St. Veronica, Senior Catholic Daughters of America. Thirty-five girl between the aces of 1 ent. C0','.B SAGE TEA IN FADED OR GRAY HAIR Laok young! Cemrmn garden Saga . i4 Sulphur darkens naturally 4 nobsdy can tell. Grandmother kept her hair beauti Tnlly darkened, glossy and attractive :1th a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Vhnever her hair took on that dull, tided or streaked appearance. this km pie mixture wu applied with woYi sierful effect. By asking at any drug ft ore ftor "Wycth'a Bags and Sulphur I -omponnd." you will get a large bot- of this old-time recipe, improved ty the addition of other Ingredients, all kradr to uae, at very little cost. This tmple mixture cart be depended upon II It slurs natural color and beauty to he hair. -A well-known downtown druggist lays everybody usea Wyeth's Sage and fulphur Compound now because it Jlarkena so naturally and evenly that rebody can tell it has been applied ''a so easy to uae. too. Tou simply mpn a 4 comb or soft brush and raw it through your fialr", taking one , rand at a time. By morning the . -st hair disappears: after another -r cation or two, It ia restored to its aMiral color and looks glossy, soft -d beautiful. THE HURtEAU AND BOSSE CORP. " HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMER8. 14 Main 6treet, Willimantic, Conn. Phone 641-2 and 18 years were pre Thex- elected the following offi cers u: Junior regent, Marion Tubndy; secretary, Marion ,J3urgess; treasurer, Irene; Colgan. - - Mr. ' Mary I. Breaks ( irT place recently tendered a Hallowe'en party :u h(nor of Miss Marion Hanson's ap proaching marriage to William C. Maus. The room was handsomely dec orateft in orange, and black. A delicious receiyjed many , gifts. Those present weres Misses Maria Vegiard, Gretchen Vegijrd, Ruth . Belding, Alice Ohasse, Ada plowlett, Virginia, Haggerty, Alico Brooke, Lena Hanson, Marion Hansoi, Mis. l Rose Caissc, Mrs. Margaret No ram, i Mrs. Florence Woodwprth. Mrs. Maryj Mathieu, Mrs. Minnie Smith, Mrs. Dora$ Sypher, Mrs.. SUzabeth Howlett and jIrs. Mary Brooke. Mrj. R, F. Tamer,, state ehaarman fromi. Stamford, was the speaker at an enthusiastic meeting of .the Negro Wo men'f National Republican League at the Sion church recently. Mrs. Stokes, president of the local club, was in charae of the meeting. Today (Friday) Kev. falter F. So chert' and Emil Bernet will take eight of t Mje older boys of St.. Paul's Episco pal parish by automobile to a conjoj eifce iln New Ha,vn where they willbe addraesed by Bishop Herbert Shipman Sr., chaplain oC' the First Army, X. T.. The party -wilr ' witness the Brown- Yale -game Saturday. Much favorable talk was heard aboat the street.--Thursday regarding a pC' ture of aii Indian on horseback, attack ing tt buffalo with a bow and arrow which was made by John Bedrincek of .iijiiii .nnu ascu pus, foceiies ana ou.t terfliea' fonj. South America in com posing' the( picture.. It may be seen in the snow'-window of a local . furniture store on vnidn street.. Ks.vipi)nd..r, tqmin U in . charge ot the distvibution of . seven carloads of Green .Motlntaiij potatoes Which have arrived for tna,,Atnfiricaa Thr.ed Ath letic Association. , and are. being sold to the meniijrx. ... .. .... '.. . Two -boys. ..hotb; le -than fearteen years, of age,,, were .' in police ' court chambers Thursday morning, charged with being guilty of stealing .tools, ttCi from an' automobile owned by Loula,Ho- dls. .They., were .given- a bi-if hearinsJ and the case was oontmued until Thurs day of next week when they will be brougHt ' lefore the juvenile court. A type of acoident ot which very lit tle trouble has resulted in the past few years wa'jEaHed. J.o the attention of tho local polite" Thursday morning when two teams collided at toe corner of Meadow . and . North streets. Mrs. Jen nie Nfph&ls of Mansfield was run into by a horsearawn milk wagon while turning from North Into Meadow street wit hher team. The Nichols horee bolt ed and iafter 'breaking his harness ran away but was later caught on Prospeit street. a ne-wagon, nowever, WM but slightly " damaged. The milkman drovo on after the affair.' Valentine .JV Jturphr of this city and memoerrjiiscieiriocratic state cenira! oommittee, has been chosen as one of several members of the committee to act as treasurers in the disbursement l! funds In the present campaign; James P .Mustard is chairman of the wind- ham town committee, according to a certificate filed at the office of the sec retary of state. Frank P. Fenton and Pierre J. Laramee, democratic . candi dates for representatives from the town of Windham and Wareham' W. Bentley, papaioate tor juqge o . probate . in jiozr rah, have announced that they will han dle their own campaigns. On leaving the siding on the west end of the local station Thursday morning for Harttord, passenger, train No. 121 was detained when the driving rod droc- ped from the engine and caused it to leave the tracks. The passengers were transferred to another train which was quickly connected arid the work of re placing the locomotive on the rails was started after which the damage to the roadbed was repaired. Vases have been broken on graves and flower urns overturned at the Wil limantic cemetery. When the matter was first reported to the cemetery com mittee they seemed incredulous but they have proven true and the' polico are looking for those responsible. The bearers at the funeral of Mrs. Maria Hall, which was-eld Wednesday were: k ti. toyman, s. a. AVer, w. A, Washburn, L. .F. Hartson, C. F. . Tucker and C. E. Coutant. The Women's democratic club held a meeting .Thursday evening at the Red Cross rooms in St. -Mary's ball. lira. Jtieien boss cummmgs, miss Sa die McCready and Rev. Harry S. ' M.: Creafiy were in Torrington Thursday attending the Sunday school convent on held there at the Center Congregational church, Mrs, C. H. Wilson of Brooklyn, . N. T., has returned home after being a guest for two weeks of her sister, Mrs. Alice Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Phillips of this city were called - to - Rlibde Island Thursday morning on account of the serious illness of Mr. Phillips' brother. County Investigator William E. Jack son is confined to his home with a se vere cold. Mrs. Elmer Norton has returned from a business trip in New York. Mrs. Jennie Robinson has as guest for the winter Mrs. Id.t M. Marcy. ' Mrs. Esther Dondero recently enter tained at a. Hallowe'en party for her granddaughters, the Misses Gertrude and Lois Dondero. . Walter Alpaugh has returned to C'.r cihnati. Ohio, after an extended stay with his parents. Mr. andMrs. Charles W. Alpaugh of this cicy. Promises Sternal -Youth. Processor Jaworskl, an eminent Parisian clcBtist, who claims he has at last found the formula of eternal youth. " No need to grow old, he claims while the new elixir Y rejuvenates the aged, making them as frisky as two-year-olds. His treatment ia simple Just inject a few drops of blood, taken from an other person, and the one thus treated at once regains a degree of his former strength. His theory Is based on the study of micro organism which bear a striking resemblance to white corpuscles In the blood. GALES FERRY 9&?V. ilk mmwtw ea. a wa BETTER HEALTH FOR NORWICH PEOPLE AT MODERATE COST 1 At Er?gler' Brodytv Pharmacy -Message of .Vital In terest to Every Ailing, Weak, Run-down, Sick, Rheumatic pr Nervous Person in Norwich GOLDINE Special Renresenta- tive Demonstrates America's Greatest Remedies GOLDINE Nervine, GOLDINE Alterative, Morning Smile Laxatives, GOLDINE Solidified Oil Absolutely Free Trial of Famous Long-Gona Formulas. ' Tou people who have wanted, hoped or better health; who didn't know what to do, where to turncome to Engler's Broadway Pharmacy. Xo matter what else has failed,, ir you are in agony with indigestion, rheur matism iS crippling you up, nerves are on edge, you have to get up nights with your kidneys and bladder, con stipation is poisoning you. have splitting headaches, gas, bloating, swollen limbs, are weak, exhausted, know the terror of sleepless nights come and learn ths better way to health without strong drugs, minerals or Iope, but by Xatureis methods alone at reasonable cost, GOLDINE famous Yong-Gona herbal remedies. Thousands and thousands who had almost lost hope declare it miraculous the way GOLDINE restores health. Mrs. W. J. Walker tells: "Kidney trouble and rheumattem made rov back so lame I couldn't bend over, and I had a scalding sensation. . My life was a misery. Xow I'm a well wom an all from five bottles of Goldine Alterative," And Joseph F. La Turn eau states: "I had a general nervous breakdown from overwork. Felt as though I would fly. Could hardly drag myself around. After using Goldine Xervine two weeks, I sleep all night and am stronger in every way. It beats aU how quickly that medi cine takfto hold of you." GOLDINE Regular Feast of Health. Come and try GOLDIXE while the samples last.. Others sick just like you have been helped, made well thousands of them. GOLDINE is prov ing the greatest treatment for man kind's ills. One man says. "GOLDIXE is a regular feast of health." FREE TRIAL COUPON Goldine Representative: Kind ly give -me a free trial of GOLD INE Tonic Alterative Laxa tives Oil (check which you want) and I will use it faithful ly and report results to you promptly. Xame Street or R. D.... City State Either bring this coupon to the drug store named or mail it to GOLDIXE MFG. CO., Inc., Al bany, X. T. At Engler's Broadway Pharmacy, Norwich, Conn. MONTVILLE TOC COTtAOE OB GAMP Snar h faraished ai reasonable eest true aelertlaas fra ear larce stack of httd Faraitare, Staves, etc. WilD BB08., H Jackiea St Wluimr.Mle. Phone (22-3. mar25d Kiliourey Bros. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS II Un!n St- Willimantic. Can Fhsn 29C 'Lady Assistant) j Ay- m. shepard Succeeding Filmere & Shepard; Funeral Director & Emhalmer t6 i2 NORTH 8t. WILLIMANTIC Lady Assistant. TL Cennectisn A Real Remedy For Falling Hair Parisian Sage Shows Results it One or Nothing to Pay. If your hair is falling out or is faded dry, streaked.and scrapg-ly and hew hair uum jiiuv rBwr tne -roots must oe imme diately vitalized and properly nourished. To 'do jtlnij;-quickly, safely and most eiicuLiM-ijkMiJUttJF . is iiuinius bo goou as the genuine Parisian Sage, which you can get at any drug, or toilet counter. It's guaranteed to quickly banish evpry sisrn of dandruff, step itching scalp and falling hair', and stimulate new hair to grow, or money refunded, v - Parisian Sage is in great demand by discriminating women because it's not sticky or greasy, and -makes ' the hair soft, lustrous, easy" to rnanage, and ap pear much, heavier than it really is. No mailer. whether bothered with taTl ine hair.. matted;. stringy hair, dandruff or itchtnft,scalu.try PariBian 6ager-you will not be disappointed. It's ft scientific ppparation that supplies, all hair needs. Ask for it at Lee & Osgood'a. HURRAY'S BOSTON STORE Willimantic CHILDREN'S SERQE?:i)RESSES Youthful little garments, that the(glrl ui her 'teens need not envy the pretty lines of her eldef slites frock. -Here they are, winsome little dresses of serge that take their cue from growing types tyhchiire fashioned ilorig line pf sweeV iroplicity, so hecorpihg ip little girl of these ages, 4 tp J4 yews, at $4.(tp $3.9S. J CHILDREN'S WARP COATS AGE 4 TO 14 YEARS' $4.50 to A Hallowe'en social tras given rh tiie vestry of the JI. E. church Tuesday evening under the auspices of the Ep rorth league, directed by Sirs, Xelson Parker, chairman of the department of recreation. A business meeting of the league preceded the social, the president, Miss Jennie G. Perkins, presiding. The vestry room was tastefully decorated with the Hallowe'en colors, orange and black, with pumpkin moonshines and black cats very much in evidence. The opening 'stunt for the evening "was the introduction individually of the audience by a witch. Miss Madeline Birch, to the Brown family. Samuel Brown, Mrs. Paul Allen; Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Rufus-W. Hurl butt; L.isie Brown, Mrs. Monett B. Law son; Samuel Brown. Jr., Howard Chase. They were costumed in Hallowe'en cos tumes. Mrs. B. Irving Hurlbutt wag in charge- of the Ghosts' Album. Mrs. oMnett B. Lawson told fortunes, and Mrs. Eufus W. Kurlbutt attended to the draw ing of names for one's partner for re freshments..' Miss Ethel Woodward gave a whistling solo; Mrs. Bufus W - Hurlbutt at the piano.' Siiss Woodward kindly re sponded to an encore: Refreshment of sanawicnes,, aougivnuts, clicese, . popcorn balls; and . coffee were served. Before closing Re.v, Mr. Woodward recited a poem, a new version of Mary Had a Lit tle Lamb. About 100 persons attended. A meeting of the- board of trustees of the Methodist Episcopal church was held at the parsonage Monday evening with tiev. w. j. woodward for reorganization. Courtland E. Colver was re-elected presi- dnt and Dudley C, Perkins secretary and treasurer. Necessary repairs to the church find parsonage, damaged by the cyclonic storm of last week, are to be maae. The Gales Ferry free public library has been closed to the public Tuesday and naay or tnis week, as the work of fin ishing the interior has been going on there under the direction of Walter M. Buckingham, assistant cashier of Thames Xational bank of Norwich, who is having a vacation from, his duties. Mr. Buck ingham is being assisted by Stephen Norman Everett Noyes and J. Paul Sat terlee. The attendants for the month of October were Mrs. Fanny A. Molthrop, Mrs. Stephen Norman and Miss Laura A. l'erkine. -- ' .The Gafc:s Ferry Pinochle '..club played the third in the series of seven games with the UneasviUe Pinochle Chum's at the Country club, house here Wednesday evening. The' uncasville Chums won by I two games, making a total of , 11 games in their favor. Refreshments were served ; By Carl B. Lawson and.J. Paul.Satter lee. The ne.xt game in the series will be played"" Wednesday evening, Nov. 8, at the residence of Mrs. C. Chapman of .raimeriown. f The electors of the Second district of the town ..of Ledyard are notified to .ap pear at tne country club house at Gales Ferry Tuesday, Nov. 7, from 9 a. m. until' 5 o'clock p. n., for tne purpose of cast ing their votes in the state election and for judge cf probpe, representatives and justipes pf te peace for the town. Mrs. Arthur R. Blackledge of Norwich and her mother, Mrs. Morse, of Stanton, Mich., were recent guests of Mrs. Lulu B. Hempstead at her'nome in the village. Those perfect ir. attendance at the vil lage, school for the month of ..October were ftobert Allyn, Ethel Matn,. Peggy Parker, Rose Norcross. Eleanor Smith, TVilliam . McNaught, Em-Beth Bennett, Myrtice Coman-, Paul Miller,.: . Dorothy JMven, ana tteien DeKusha. - . . The Long Cove contingent of the La dies' .id society of the M. E. chijrch held its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Fred W. Turner of that place. Wednesday afternoon. -.: 1 - a. - Much, interest is being taken in the rug weaving at the Country club house under the auspices vof the home economic of uifj irm pure.au oi rsew- Lonaqn- couarara Miss Gladys Ev Stratton is director of the work. ,r , rr- . '. Amos P. Gray of New London, - a brother of Mrs, W. D. Woodward, spent the week end at the parsonage With Rev. Mr. Woodward and family. Airs. nirlf -TnhnttAn onrl fnnr young children left the Ferry Friday4 evening for New York, wliere they will sail Saturday morning on the S. S. Colon for Haiti, where they will join Lieut. Charles Johnson of the marine corps. Lieutenant Johnson, who was stationed at the submarine base, was de tained last March and ordered to Haiti, wnere nis wite ana children will now join him. The family have occupied the Davis cottase in the village for two years. Mrs. Johnso has received notice that their automobile, which she sent in advance, had already Sfrived in Haiti Mrs.- J. Otis Winchester of Norwich spent Wednesday and. Thursday at her summer nome at Perkins place with Mr. Winchester. - Mrs. Franklin H. Brown of Norwich was a caller in the village on Monday Miss Winnie Turner and Miss -May btricKiancr or .ncf London were guests 1 of "Mrs. Edward TT T.atimpr and Sarah T. Latimer at their home in the village Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Keene. and daugh ter, Miss Mildred Keene. of Danielson. motored to the Stoddard district to visit Mrs. Keene's grandmother, Mr. Eliza D. Maynard, and her aunt, Mrs. Eugene La Fontaine, and family Sunday. Miss S. -Eloise Slielton of Attawaugan was a recent guest of Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Woodward, " Miss Caroline B. Kreeniae returned Monday from Mt. Ternon, N, T., where she went to attend the-: weddMhg of Mr.' and Mrs. .Oliver Reynolds Wulf of Oct. 21St. Miss Jennie G, Perkins, president pf the local Epworth league chapter, attended a meeting of the Mohegan circuit league cabinet at the M. E. church. New Lon don, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon L. Perkins of the villase were guests of Mrs. Perkins' brother, Edgar J. Chapman, of Groton, on an auto trip to Norwich Town Sun aay ip visu meir nrotner and sister-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Chapman. . Rev. Allen S. Bush and Mrs. Bush re turned Saturday from a visit in the" west at the home of their son in Toledo. O.. ana in canton and Detroit, Mich. Rex- Mr. . Bush also visited, Oklahoma. They were away several weeks. On Tuesday Rev. Mr. Bush was called upon to offi ciate at the funeral of Charles Matthews at the Congregational church in Mohegan. PLAINF1ELI) ( THE .H. C. MUPJi&Y CO. After weeks of careful- nlannine bv the 'building committee of the Congre gational church, the Ecclesiastical so ciety took definite action . relative to re pairing the church and adding to the equipment. The work, was commenced on Wednesday of this week and is . in charge of Archibald Torrance of Nor wich. . , . Ths Girls' "Friendly society are holdine their regular meetings at the Community house and last Monday they were enter tained by Miss Doris Baxter. There was a large attendance of the Ladies Aid society of the Congregation al church when-they met at the library at tne parsonage on Wednesday after noon. The ladies are pushing the work tor the . coming bazaar at the church The work f the pirht school held In the grarf nar school building is progress ing on . us second week with an enroll ment of 4q and three teachers A splen did schedule is being- offered. ' Protection . lodge of Odd. Fellows are making plans for a big night on Saturt aay evening, the tb, Vljen they mil work the third degree on nineteen can didates. The visiting lodges will be the Israel Putnam lodge of Putnam and the veumeuiLug uioko or ..uanieison. Mrs. John Kingslee was , in Baltic .6n Aionoay attending tne miscellaneous shower given Miss Gunhilfl Swanson at ner nome in wnaiem Park, Occum, in honor of her approaching marriage. . Arthur C. TIHinghast and famUy mo- torea to rroviaenc pn Wednesday. Mrs. Arthur C. MjorfUt jon Gallup Street is quite in, oeing connneu to her home. There were 99 pupils in perfect at tendance at Palmer Memorial school for the month of October as follows: Kindergarten, Miss Lolo Gates, teach er: Irving Bunnell, ftichard Kolb. George Phillips, Carl Sokln. Walter Stanowlch, Gus Trnski. Paul Wenzel. Mary Allen, Kellic Barker, Annie Pelish, Blanch Vronowski. Grade I, Mrs.' Lois G. Watt, teach er; Norma Allen, Annie Budner. Evelyn Chapel, Florence Hordynski. Annie Mor osa, Victoria Pachioli, Alice Sawyer, Gladys Sakovich, Sophia Cronska, Blanch Titisky, Francis Getche!!. Henry Korno- sewicz. incent LaGramme, Nick Marar buk, Paul Pelish, Stanley Vronowski. Grades H and II, Mrs. F. Rogers, teacher: Fannie Arvezec. Nancy Boska, Grace Everett, Oiga Everett, Lena Hor- densky, Helen Mararbuk, Annie Mol- -boskki, Pauline Stankowich, Josephine Stepanik. Alma St. Germain. Ruth Tefft, Helen Titisky. Theodore Allen, Steven Budner, Errlest Chapel, Kenneth la Flamme. Melvin Lathrop. Steven LeVal iie, William Phillips, Richard Shaffer, Leon" Stamm, Rudolph Wendt, Harry Wenzel. Grades HI and IV, Miss Bernadetta Mullen, teacher: Mike Stankowich,. Ken neth Green, Edward Kornosewicz, Louis Jacobs, Wilson Clark, Lloyd Chapel, Margaret Bergman, Dorothy Tefft, Patri cia Sweeney, Dora Bonville, Eva Barre, Edna Paton, Geneva Edwards, . Mary Eusatania.-. Grades V and VI, Miss Hunt, teacher: Donald Chapel. Percy Daniels. Ernest Gcro, Einar Johnson, Merrill Lathrop, linton Sharp, Mike Turseck, William Wylie, Helen Awezec, Bertha Barre, Alice Boska, Gladys Bosks, Leoqa Ger, Kath- erme Knott, Manme Korncsewicz. Eli- Pachirodo, Beatrice . Payne, Sosihie sokm,. Violet West, Julia Sweeney. Grades VII and VIII, Mrs. Annie Gav in, teacher: Claude Pierce, , Waiter Titisky, Henry Ycsniak, Evelyn Florman Mary Malchiodi. Ethel Wylie, Justinte Chapel, Mabel Sokin. Miss Freeman,' teacher of the West Side school gave a very interesting Hal-. lowe en programme in the school room re cently. Refreshments were served. In terest in the Bchool was shown by the large number of friends present. Mrs. Jay Shepard. Mrs. Theodore Park er and sister, of Willimantic, called on friends at Montville Center on Sunday. Rev. William Beard of New york. spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Carrie Parker, coming for a brief rest. Sunday morning at the Montville Con gregational church Rev. Edward Ayer gave a very interesting account of the Tale Divinity, School anniversary, which he attended, and also a short temperance sermon. ' . x ... Rev. Mr. Beard also gave a brief talk of his boyhood days spent here and .also spoke hopefully on the temperance ques tion, saying that in the last year he had traveled .from the Atlatic to the Paci fic ocean, thirty-two thousand miles and been in all sorts of places, but had not seen mode tHan one drunken man a month, a great improvement on former years, so notwithstanding all we have heard to the contrary the good work goes on. Lots of things he doesn't want comes to the man who is impatient. JpMS-, Good Lookers, Eh 7 And thi$ is the wy ll of our hpsfery looks wheji en dress parade. " We are proud of them and you would be proud to wear thetri.. ; SUk or 5Bk nd Wool ff m m , (VRAAtTCf Silk Slocfungs J. B, FuUertoti & Co, , into the tenement formerly occupied by Arthur LaFlamme. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mather, who has been quite ill is able to be about the house. Mr. and Mrs. Emmerson Wheeler and two sons, James and Charles, of New- London, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodmansee. Mrs. William Watt is ill at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Radway and two sons of New London called on friends in the village on Sunday. , Mrs. Angie Vickery and Miss Pauline GlassbrOnner of Montville Uenter at tended the teachers' convention in New London on Friday. Mrs. Edwin Edwards, who has . been suffering with grip is somewhat improv ed. . Mrs. Reeve and family of Flanders, have moved to the Scholfield farm at Montville Center. William Davis and family are to move into the tenement vacated by George Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Flaherty spent Friday with relatives in the village. Elwood and Beatrice Sharp are ill at their homo with the grip. The Misses Nellie arid Lizzie Parker have returned to their home in Lowell, Mass., after a month's visit with Miss Jessie Scholfield of Montville Center. Mr. and Mrs-. Winfield Hanncy and Mr. and Mrs. Moses Chapman of Fland ers, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Church. .u. A. Sharpc was a caller in Mystic on Sunday. PROFIT AND LOSS ON THE FARM A LOUDEN LITTER CARRIER Whether it is of labor or oi material, waste is the most persistent :mJ insidious cause of loss. The most valuaWe by-product of the farm is manure. The litter of the barn is the balance wheel of the farm. Every crop harvested, every blade of grass eaten by cattle uses just so much of your cash capital in soil fertility. You must replace it by fertilizing. Now comes the opportunity for waste. What method do you use for handling man ure? All soil experts agree that manure used fresh and containing its full share of liquid is at least 50. per cent more valuable than old manure. Are you losing that 50 per cent through lack of facilities for handling it? A litter carrier installed in your barn will enable you to load fresh manure into a wagon or spreader and make the work mere child's play. PLACE YOUR ORDER AT ONCE, AND SAVE ADVANCE IN PRICE, WHICH IS SURE COMING. THE JORDAN HARDWARE CO. Telephone 700 . Willimantic, Conn. MAX'S HANDKEfcCirrjEr rorp ! EA CBAVE or MBS. BIJBX8 Cleveland. Nov. I. A man's handker iMct covered with red stains, which was found near the grave of Mrs. Hascl Burns in a marsh near Mentor, Ohio, was turned over to Sheriff Qra Sprink of Lake county today County authorities believe an indelible mark, thought to be a laundry identification, may furnish a connecting link In the chain of circum stantial evidence against Henry Buris, who Is being held on a charge of having murdered his wire and buried the body. A flashlight belonging to Bums and a raincoat similar to one which Burns is said to have owned; a scrap of paper on which are several names, a shovel and an old fashioned pistol, all Stained and containing finger prints were brought to Cleveland today 'by Prosecutor Ralph M. Ostrander. : Prosecutor Ostrander also brouglg asn es takn from a stove in the cottage oc cupied by Burns at Mentor to determine whether any clothing had been burned. BET. L. i. CBRISIXEB'S BODY TO LIE IX STATE CLARK'S CORNER The school is planning -a Hallowe'en party. , Mr. Eoyajean is working in Hartford. Mrs. JUseie Wade visiu-u m i-- uuu don last week. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy P. Pearl of Brooklyn called on. relatives in town Sunday. , Mrs. E. C. Jewett was in New York city over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. James P. Bath were at Allen Jewett's on Sunday. Guests of the week at Modena were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stebbins and family of Jewett City, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Dexter, Norwich Town, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Amburn, Norwich Town. Robert Clapp of Worcester, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Holmes and Mary . McGinnis of Lancas ter, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith of North Windham and . Mrs. Sarah B. Jewett oC Springfield, Mass. Mrs. John Kelly and Raymond Kelly and friends cf New Haven, also Gertrude Kelly of New Tork, were recent guests at J. Navins'. Mr. and Mrs. Guerdon Wfttsoh. Elmer Watson, Ellwood Stanton of New Lon don are "guests of Mrs. Wade. P. VIOLENT ritOCEEOINOS AT FIBST AN GOB A ASSEMBLY There was a coed attendance at the bi-centennial union service at the Mont ville Center Congregational church on Sunday evening including a large num ber from Lncasville and Pal inert own The service was very much enjoyed -by those present Rev. Charles Smith, pas tor, at Tjncasville Methodist. Rev. John H- Stearns, pastor at Montville Union papttst and Rev. E. P. Ayer pastor at Montville Center Congregational church es gave Interesting addresses. Mrs. Ayer, the pastor's wife sang a solo. ' There was also congregational singing accompanied by Miss Helen Lynch at the piano. . The kindergarten chuaren ot the Fa-i- mer Memorial school under, tne leader ship of the teacher.' Miss Gates, enjoy ed a ' merry Hallowe'en party at . the school room on Mondav. An automobile belonging to- Frank Crandall and driven by Fred Green, and Orienstein's ice cart had' a head On coi- lission near the residence -ot Michael Hickey on Saturday, badly damaging Die automobile so that it had to be taken to coman s garage tor repairs. The Ladle? Social talon of the Metk- odist Congregational church met on Thursday afternoon with a good attend ance at the home of Mrs. E. P. Ayer, Refreshments. of ice cream and cake were served. Much sewing was done on bedquilt and aptpns. . : - George Allen-and family nave moved f StopYcurCcusi. Foley' t Hoftejr and Tr ttoof i tbi-test of trn seryiif three generations He OcUh"liiH tiialei a largut Stlling CeafS Utdfeln in thm World Waterloo!. N. T., Nov. I. The body of Rev. Leonard Jacob Christler. who was shot dead last Thursday in his home at Ha c. Mont.. tomorrowmorning will be removed to St. Paul's "Episcopal church ! which he attended as a lad, and will lie in- state until the .funeral In the after noon. . Practically all of the-Episcopal clergy men of the Central' New Torfc Episcopal diocese will be present. v, ; ' -. . The iuneral service will be. In charre of Geneva commandery, jnujhts Te molar, of which the clergyman wa sa member. Burial wiU be in the family 4loL BOB.4 H HOPES 10 K CHANGE IV ECONOMIC CWNWITION'S ifl.kaii. W'n.. Nov. '2. United S"ae Senator Will. am E. Borah of Idaho while in this city today t-n route to Idah"-' points for a -a mr ipn n"cch dorlar'd h Ihin.j( the republican party wi bring'-' about a rliang- in th- economic rom'.i: tions of the country. He Mid if th r-' publican party does not another pan " wttL Senator Braii was asked if h rx-' pected to be a prvsidontial candidaie fr -1324, cither in tli: republican iiationa'' convention or on a third larly th-lu-t. - ' . VCandldly I haven't con?iiy d citlirr tiic oucstion of the presidency or tti. question of boing a candidate upon a 'thirjjj party ticket, he replied. : "The situation in this country al" present is quite different from wliat. M was in 1912," be said. ."The movemept . at that time was largely a personal move- ment. led by a man of tremendous per-, sonality, but the . movement . now 1b j people's movement. It's a mass mover ment. It is not unskin to Lac ;rrouno . swell which took place .'rom IS5It " 1 860, so it's just a question of whether the rtpublicau party . will .rccocnizc ah lead, direct and control, or let some othri " party, do it." rONZI DIDN'T DEAL IX" ' FOKEICN. POSTAL lOt PONS i Boston; Nov. I. During . the period uill 111 ico luuftiv w milling w millions of dollars in the . quick-rich scheme which he said- was investment in international postal reply coupons, the total value of goupons redeemed by post masters throughout the country was only r. 14.212.69, .it was testified today at his'i trial on state Indictments alleging lar ceny and conspiracy. '. The witness was Albert D. Collins of the postoffice department, who produced reports of the sale of the coupons. IDO LITTLE THINGS v . TIRE YOU OUT? - ARE you "'ail run down", weak and Jancuid.acd thin.'ia "fl-h frnrn';. 6ummer heat. and Call colds i.V Is your appetite gone, your .nerves on." edcL. j-our digestion poor? - You need Oude's Pepto-Mangaa. . . It reneR-p the supply of rich, red blood,- brings back the lost energy and anrma- . tkm, tones up your nervous -system " and helps to build firm, tolid, healthy -flesh and strong muscles. - -t. t Your druggist has GudeV liquid or tablets, as you prefer. Constantinople, Nor. 2. By the A. E.) Violent scenes marked ths proceed ings ot the first Angora assembly during the discussion today of the status of the, sultan. - A number of the opposition dep uties left the hall ; others favored post ponement of tio question until a(ter the conclusion of peace, ' ' Dr. Rlza Nur Bey, member ot the na tionalist delegation to Lausanne, yes terday presented a motion endorsed by S deputies declaruis that a new Turkey had sprung from the ruins pf the Otto man empire .and proclaiming the sultan non-existent. This motion was amendeo. today by the adaiuon er the words: 'The great national assembly of Turkey will libirate the CaJipha t. from captiv ity." , . - ; After a lively discussion the motloa was referred to a commission ot judi cial experts. 4iustapha Kemal Pasha. In a. two hour speech . outlined . tpe aoyrsa of Turlf i history. . He pleaded for the separatipa of the sultanate from th , CatiphaU, painting out in support ct his argument the . inconveniences of having '. the sov ereign and., calph identical aqd insisted upon tnt necessity of a discussion pf tht project. The assembly flnaUr adooted a resoluJ tloh, moved by Dr. Risa Nur Bey. Jhat toe leierraai. sent 40 . toe Angora- SOV' ernment by Tewfik Pasha, the . grand' viz ier at the sultans governoient, was an act of treason, fad the- author pf it must o Bunisnea. Tewfik. Pasb in his telecram to the nationalist jovernmeoj renewed his plea that a,, union ot the two governments be negotiated, declaring that abstention of the Sublime porte from te ausannt peace conference would hive a bad effect on the whole . Moslem world, but that non-partlclpatlon 'by th nationalists would prevent th realization of -peace and throw the whole world into anarchy. L Peto-anan. ' Tonie and Blood nricher lite r-r ; , ; 80XQ WBITEB, BXAB .New Tork. Nov., l-rrEdwacd Greene. fimojis jio years acq as fha composer-r "Wijl Ton Eemember Me," "Mother's Memgry1' anji other ballad of the '', died of gas poisoning today in the mI) Plumbing snop wnere a nao, vprked the last years pt bis life. . , , Circumstances of hl , ijfth indicate suicide, th a vthpriUe alo. scripN ' $r BiiLipp Imp: IN HI8SOCBI DVKilllTfD Springireld. Mo., Nor. t. A section of thi.trac'Jc of the Frisco system between here and Marshfield was dynamited late tonjght, A large force of .depnties-art being rushed to the scene. .bpn't tnaka the mistaike flf feivibg i man advice which dosen't conform- te Golden Simslime". Meadow Colli butter qa . your table, brightens the meal aiicl pleased your family and guests. - If adds a toucji pf r&licicy to any. ieod. Because Meadow Gold hiib been made to a bigh atandard of ' quality for oyer 2 year ind is Jioted for its uniformity, you can always depend on getting good butter Whenever you buy Meadow Gold. ' ' Z... "'. . ':. . 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