Newspaper Page Text
NORWICH BULLETIN, TUESDAY, NOV. 14, 1922 3 ) BUILDING OPERATIONS IN NORWICH "With the approach of eold weather there has been a deciding falling off in the building permits issued In the city, but even with this so the month of No vember is far ahead of previous re cords for the month. Two applications for building permits were filed with Fire Marshal Howard L. Stanton, during the past week, one being for a new bouse on Xelson Place and the other for a garage I on Nelson Place. i. The house is to be built by Tongren and Hourigan and will be 2x4S feet, of the bungalow type. The foundation will be of stone and cement with a cement block underpinning. The frame will be of spruce with shingle exterior and com position roof. The interior finish will be in hardwood. There will be six rooms and bath. Tongren and Hourigan also hare the contract for the building . of a garage for Fred T. Harmon on Nelson Place. The garage will be 12x29 feet with stone foundation. The frams will be of spruco with a red cedar shingle sheathing. The roof will be covered with composition shingles. A large amount of work has been done on the various buildings now in the process of construction. The1 Disco block at the corner of Main and Ferry streets is well along, an" the steel structure is nearly complete for the entire buildings. Work has started on the remodeling of the store at Franklin street which will be occupied by the Chelsea Lunch. The counters have bean ripped out and new tiling is being laid. Louis Wunderlich of Norwich avenue in building a barber shop at the corner of Hunter and Norwich avenues. It is of frame construction about 20x30 feet with spile foundation. The exterior will be clapboard finish. The Interior will be finished In matched boarding. There will be room for three chairs and mir rors. John D. Hall is tearing down the old sheds and outbuildings on ' the old ,Gladue property on Norwich avenue and will erect a new dwelling houstft. He is also to make alterations to the present dwelling house which U located on part of the property. The store which was built for Romain Beauregard on Norwich avenue has been completed and is now occupied. The present building on Hunter's av enue owned by Wilfred Beauregard is being remodeled from a one tene u bouse into a two-tenement house. Lewis has the contract and the cost will be S4.000. Ballots Permit! Nettie B. Brewer, frame garage, West Pleasant street, $100. F. J. Howell, frame residence, Ocean avenue, MO. 000. Abner Schwartz, frame house, West erly place, S2.400. Bfflclo Bartoiucci, addition to garage, 42 Central avenue, 600. ' . ' Samuel Kaplan, Neptune Park, frame house, 19,000. L. J. Sautter, frame house, 40 Granite street Joseph Thomas, frame bungalow, Moore cU J4.000. ,? bocktu.lv. Plans submitted for the new school house in the West district, have been ac cepted by the buntiing committee, of which Arthur T. Blssell is the chairman. The structure will be of brick, arranged for eight classrooms, assembly hail, two play rooms, recitation rooms, etc. SIONINGTON KKAL ESTATE BALES ( AMD MORTGAGE LOANS Ic Norwich during the past week there ,wew 15 sales of real estate as com pared to 17 for the same week in 121. .The mortgage loans for the respective weeks were i 108,400 and 220,500. There were 5 sales of real estate in New London as compared to 22 for the same week a year ago. The mortgage loans for the respective weeks were 7s, 100 and 25S.S06. NEW LONDOH Plans for the proposed new school house to be built on Alger street and Riverside avenue have been completed. The building Is to be one story high, constructed of hollow tile, stuccoed, with lag roof and of fireproof construction. There will be three kindergarten rooms. four classrooms, teachers' room and prin cipal's room. The school will be equip ped with slate blackboards and the floors will be covered with linoleum. Estimates are being mad oa a house to be erected at Giant's Neck, for Dr. Wm." T. Brown, of Norwich, the plans for which are by Architects Cudworth 4 Thompson of that city. It will be of wood, with seven rooms and bath,, provided with all Improvements, and a garage will also be built The cost will bo from 210,000 to 12.000. Work has been started on a bouse which is to be built at Moore street, for Jos. Thomas. It will be of bungalow type of wood. 24x34 feet having six rooms with all improvements. C. B, Don't Suffer Pile Just Try an Experiment Buy a packet of t? nra iBsVssWMilibssVMtaV fssMMNtstt' Mi HMf and see if it is not the most delicious Tea you ever tasted. Most Tea-DrixvKers Thinlijt Is." Let Prrmll Pile wpya lleve Yea, Kaae the Tmim u4 "otn a nmsT C fart. If yon are suffering wit Itching, bleeding; or protruding piles or Hemorrhoids, and have never tried A special town meeting was held in Borough hall Monday evening for the purpose of planning for the raising of the amount that the town of Stonington is to pay for the Mystic bridge, $53, 240.38 being the amount due.' No defl nite action was taken and it was left in the hands of the selectmen to inves tigate. Henry Stable was chairman Frank Perkins, oa Monday rot Into difficulty when his Dodge car ran into a fence which is on the Vargas proper ty at the junction of the Mystic and Flanders road, which lies about a mle north of the borough. No one was hurt. however. Mr. Perkins had one of his children with him. His steering wheel refused to work properly, it is said. Bnrnier of tine marsh laad bordering on the property of the New Turk, Nw Haven and Hartford railroad in the borough Monday afternoon ' caused quite a little excitement. The smoke , i ,i , i t i i ..:.. . .3 . i was quite a little curiosity aroused by land Maule. ta where the fire was. The tall marsh! grass near Millers foundry was burn ed over to prevent it catching fire anJ damaging property in that section. j Today (Tuesday) Miss Straiten, home demonstration agent will be at the Community House at Wequetequoek all day and she will give demonstrations in tinting and dyeing. Sunday Vincent Squadrito moved his fixtures from the Rose building to the Denasi building on Water street Wednesday afternoon there will be a meeting of the Woman's board of the Second Congregational church. Owing to the Seeond Congregational church undergoing interior repairs, it was vot ed to hold the services in the chapel this winter. The World Wide Guild of the First Baptist church will hold two sessions this week. Monday evening they met at the home of Mrs. E. A. Potter on Water street. On Thursday evening they will meet with Miss Muriel Latham. Work is being done for the hospital at Nor wich. This (Tuesday) evening the Semper class will meet with Mrs. E. A. Potter. This (Tuesday) evening the Ladies Aid Society will meet wjii Mrs. John Tillinghast and on Friday at the home pf Mrs. George r. Bradley on Elm street. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Noyes entertained on Sunday Senator and Mrs. James Graham of Lisbon. Chief Edward P. Teed, who celebrated his 74th anniversary Saturday, received from the borough fire department, a purse and the Niagara Engine Co. ot New London, presented him a large and nanosome basket of fruit. This was sent by special messenger. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Clark of Spen cer, Mass., motored here Saturday and were guests of Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hobart of Elm street, and Mr. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clark, of Water street. On Monday evening the three patrols of the Stonington Girl Scouts in charge of their scoutmistress, Mrs. Carrington of the point, met at the home pf Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Joseph on Water street. James Stivers, .scoutmaster, drilled them. Paul Jacobean of Providence h the guest oi Mr. ana Mrs. J. F. Joseph at their home on Water street. The Trumbull chapter, Woman's Re lief Corps, will meet Wednesday after noon at Brayton's ha'I and the -lepart-ment inspector, Mrs. Iola B. Bjurstrom of Norwich, will be present and Inspect the work. ments are being made to the property i ments ar being made to the pjroperty owned by Mrs. Colt of Clift street. The Riverside block and the Mystic Power Company's office improvements are made also. The Allen Spool and Wood Turning Company's mill which have been run ning on slack time during the summer months are now picking up and quite a force of men are being kept busy at the plant On Monday a car load of lumber was received for use at the fac tory. The Robertson Silk Mfg. Co., located at Industrial place on Monday made a shipment of 21 looms to Paterson, N. J. . Miss Ethel Godfrey motored to New London Sunday. George Perkins of the New London road left town for Vermont Monday, where he will remain until after Thanks giving on business. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ecclestone, of Denison avenue were in New London Sunday. Mrs. Anson Kenyon, who formerly re sided on East Main street moved to Ston ington Monday, where she will reside. H. A. Lampheare of No. 1 Church street has gone to Chester, Pa., for the 1 winter. is visiting in Port- Miss Bessie Bendett, of the Mt. Sinai hospital. New York city, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bendett at their home on West Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Gate McGaw have taken up their residence at 49 Denison avenue. Patrick Smith, who is head fireman for the Keeler Line Tow Boat Co., of New York, during the sumer season, is at his home on High street for the winter. Mrs. P. J. Foley and daughter of Providence are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Duhaime. S. S. B. McKensie and Robert Adam son are in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., on bus ines. Mr. and Mrs. John Luoy, George Lewis, Sr., and William Lewis, have re turned from a motor trip to Bath. Me. Mrs. Blout accompanied them home. There was quite a little interest shown in the football game staged Sunday at In dustrial Park when the Mystic team play ed the Noank team, both teams fough hard for the game. Mystic won, 12 to 0. The attendance was about 200. PLAINFTELD Pyramid Pile Suppositories, yon are) an exception. To avoid the pain and distress, get quick relief and a new lease of comfort; ask your druggist for a 0 cent box of Pyramid Pile Suppositories, ..Take lie substitute. If yon would U to try them first awni'i name ana address to rrrtnia km fcldg, Marewi Co 123 Pyramid Edward King is back from his hunt ing irip in the Maine woods and re p ris a very pleasant time. P.ainlleld was represented at the Pr:nceton-Harvard game on Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Rooert R. West and Mr. .Donald Brigham. Mrs Harold La-ton Jeft riainfield last Wednesday evfcn':ig for Orlando, Fl., where she a peels ber winters. Mr. Lavtcn was accompanied Dy Mr. an3 Mm. William Bailey. They motored to New London where they look the New York boat, making tse entire trip by Water. Mrs. Florence Scott, who has been Visiting her daughter, Mrs. Robert R. West, left Monday for Orange CKy, ! Fla., where she will spend the winter, j Mrs .ic:or Burgeron is quite ill with don division. New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad, a fire alarm was placed opposite the Gales Ferry railroad I station, on the east side of the track, last week. The Village Improvement associa tion had asked for one to be placed on the grounds at the station, and Superin tendent Smith complied with the request. Workmen were busy also takins up the board platform around the station, and a cinder walk will replace it which has already begun. At the -Saturday afternoon meeting of the Queen Esther circle of girls at the home of their director. Mrs. R. Irving Hurlbutt, for the election of officers, the result was as follows: President Helen L. Colver; vice president, Myrtice Co man; secretary, Tillie Kleuss; treasurer. Laura McGuire. Plans were discussed for their future work, followed by a frankfurter roast on the sillside near Mrs. Hurlbutt's home at Woodlawn farm. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Church and son, Clinton Church, with Miss Helen Parch us, all of South Wellington, were a party that motored to the submarine base and were guests at dinner of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Colver at their home there on Sun day. The work of rebuilding the chimney on the M. E. parsonage, which was blown down during the cyclone of the evening of Oct. Z, was completed on Saturday. The Saturday evening dances at the Country club house have been discontinued. Mrs. Billings F. S. CrandaU of Stoddard's Wharf, with Mrs. Delphine Fish, Mrs. Fanny A. Molthrop and Miss Alice Sat- terlee of the village, local members of the Anna Warner Bailey chapter, D. A. R., attended the November meeting of the chapter at the Monument house. Gro ton, on Thursday afternoon, making the trip in Mrs. Crandall's automobile. The local Camp Fire Girls have been invited to attend a patriotic grand fire given by the Norwich Camp Fire Girls in Norwich on the evening of Nov. 24. The Camp Fire Girls of other cities ssd towns, with the general public, .will be welcome. Mrs. A. C. Freeman, guardian of the Norwich Camp Fire Girls, will be in charge. At the regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the M. E. church last Fri day a gift of 215 was given the society by Miss Susan Mathewson at the request of her sister, the late Miss Amelia Math ewson, who was vice president of the so ciety at the time of her death. Mm Jennie M. Davis and young niece. Jean Spencer, of Norwich, were guests ar the home of Mrs. Eugene LaFontaine lt the Stoddard district Thursday. Mrs. Hannah Lewis of Ailyn's Point was called to New York Friday by th illness of her daughter, Mrs. Ludwig Seith. JEWETT CITY In the year 1868, Rev. Elder Charle. W. Ray was pastor of the Baptist church in Jewett City. His wife was i one of the prominent and well known Sheffield family of New London. During the time that Elder Ray main tained the local pastorate, he lived In V.a T T . XT 1 1 '. -M:.. scarlet fever, but is reported doing as ,. . .... v" rr xs well rrailrt h ttiJ i " "J x- C Tl. T V .. 1 -r- J -i . . I X ' "Y ,u m'- in ail this section Sh,, v.. u. "jrgan on ag hymn writer, than Elder Ray. Hiscox. Probably no man of his time, became more popu- Sunday Euclid Vaireur was a visitor in ett City pn Sunday. Jew- GALES FERXY MYSTIC Monday evening the Daughters of Vet erans met in G. A. R. hall for their regular meeting. Mrs. Catherine Gil bert, president, opened the meeting, Mrs. Lottie Allen, the secretary, read the re port of the last meeting. Mrs. .Harriet Ec clestone, treasurer, reported the finances of the order to be in good financial con dition. There was a good attendance. The seeond consignment of ceal for the Mystic dealers arrived by water up the Mystic river Monday. Two barges, were discharged at the dock there. Several hundred tons have been received this year and it is understood that Mystic has received her allotment of coal for distribution. Monday evening members of Peqsot temple. No. Vj, Pythian Sisters met in Buckley hall and held their regular business meeting. At the close of the meeting a social: time was enjoyed and refreshments served. More than fifty houses here are re ceiving a coat of paint and several pub 1(0. buildings on the main streets are V.', c Don't Eeriment with your Baby'sod nORDElUBrmifMiQc! 'Egl Brmoel ia not a pre- r fj Utbcatcndard infant food,; pored" food at all. It is mUk It has been used for gencr-. ',c ; pure country milk combined . at ions. Countless mother! with pure sugar. It can be pur have found that It build; ;chaacd wherwer you tsw., strong, robust, healthy shil-'j , ' " , dren. Physician recommend , TflB BORDjEH COMPANY 'V, It In stubborn feeding coaea-t Bdetfceadie "V.--; WewYork , for Eagle Brand i easily dt-J --,,, , V ' - , lmmM ,mr M. ,. geated and WippU Snpet CM. m mt twur iahment, ' 4m$ CmftHmn, . r At the Sunday morning service in the M. E. church Rev. George Potter, pastor of the M. E. church at Niantic. conducted i the service in exchange with Rev. W. D. Woodward, pastor of this church, and who was formerly pastor of the Niantic church. Rev. Mr. Potter's selected text was from I Timothy, 2: 5. "For there is one God and one mediator between God and men, tbe man Christ Jeaus." The theme was Bridges, which Rev. Mr. Pot- I ter made interesting. At the offert-v Hope Thou in God (E. K. Heyser) was sung by a quartet Miss Grace A. Chap man, Mrs. Amos Main, D. R. Povev and C. E. Colver, with baritone solo by Mr. Colver. A Red Cross announcement was read ' at this service stating there would be no house-to-house canvass this year for members. Anyone interested in continu ing their membership may send their fee of $1 to the loeal chairman, Mrs. Walter M. Buckingham, or fo Miss Susan Math ewson. or leavo ita thA fin Ion 17am postoffice. , ' At the Sunday school session a mis sionary program of responsive reading by oupenntenaent (joiver and school, inter spersed with singing portions of the hymn O Zion, Haste Thy Mission, was given. The offering was for missions. A note of acknowledgment and thanks was read from the Lawrence and Memorial Asso ciated hospital for tbe recent generous donation of preserves sent the hospital by this Sunday school, Banner classes were: In offering, Miss Gertrude Allen; in attendance, Miss Jennie G. Perkins. Junior league service at S oVJnc-k der the direction of Mrs. W. D. Wood ward, wtth Epworth league service at 7 o'clock. Miss Gertrude Allen was the leader, with the topic What Christ Means to Me . The Village school, under the direction of their teacher. Mrs. Winifred Crapeau, of Norwich, observed Armistice day with a program of readings and recitations on Friday. Under the direction of R. ML Smith asssitast superintendent of the New Lon. Why Suffer From Rheumatism , When Qur Leeal Druggist Sell ' Rhouma n Mpney-Back Plan. B you suffer from torturing rheu matic pains, swollen, twisted Joints, and suffer intensely because your sys tem is full of urio acid, that dangerous poison that makes thousands helpless and kills thousands years before their time, thea' yuu need Rheuma, and need It now. . - Start taking It today; in 24 hour it Will begin to act on kidneys, liver, stomach and blood, and you can sin cerely exclaim: ' "Good riddance to bad rubblsb.'' . . ; : ' , " ' Many people, tbe most skeptical of skeptics tight in this city and in the country ' hereabouts, bias the day when Lee & Osgood Co. with charac teristic enterprise offered Rheuma to the afflicted at ft small price and guar anteed money refunded if not satisfied. If you have rheumatism get Eheuma today. - : ... Charles Edward Prior and he were col laborate workers in the publication of a number of Sunday school hymnals. It was during his stay here that the Baptist church was raised and the ves try built in its present position. Dea con E. C. Keigwln was then the chair man of the ecclesiastical committee. While he lived in the Hiscox house, a son was born, Hal S. Ray, who is now assistant to President J. E. Gorman, in personal and public relations, of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Rail way with an office in the La Salle street station, Chicago. Mr. Ray is enjoying a bit of . pleasant correspondence with Mr. Prior in reference to the house where he was born, and will negotiate with a local photographer to get a pic ture of bis birthplace. In view of the fact that consider able amount of parcel post originates in this office for Italy, the new rulings received by Postmaster Finn, are of interest: Effective Nov. 1, 192J, senders of parcel post packages mailed In the United States addressed for delivery in Italy, will have an opportunity to state the disposition that is to be made of parcels which are undeliverable in that service by stating on a paster attached to the parcel s follows: (a) "If not deliverable as address ed, abandon." (b) "If not deliverable as addressed, deliver to Parcels which are not so marked will be returned at the sender's expense. Parcels will be held for 30 days in Italy before being returned to the send er or abandoned. The season Jut rioted, with iti ear ly frost, which came a few weeks ago, followed by considerable warm weather, has convinced several who , have tried it, that it is impossible to bring a cas tor-bean to fruition in this section now adays. William C. Bliven, a scientific gar dener of the old school, raised castor beans in his garden where the As pi nook machine shop now stands. One year he had several quarts of : the strangely marked seeds which he raised from the Zanzulbarensis variety. All last summer there was AO more popular place than the Ashland Cotton company s casno, whic hwas conducted under the able management of p. W. Chase. Second to no other attraction there, which the townspeople enjoyed freely, was the bathing beach. . Manager Chase now has 4n mind the conducting of a grand basaar to raise ninas to carry put a Bumper or, un provements on the beach, and possibly the construction pf a large modern raft, with graduated diving stages and a reguiatipn shoot. . The pretty wizterbeHtee pnsved i extra elusive species to two ladies of the borough Monday, who sought -to ga ther bouquets with wh4ch to adorn their homes. The place they visited was a "leetfe lamp," the Hex loves damp spot... One, the llgher of the two. slipped from an unsteady log oa which she was being held by the other and went down jo. Not very deep, but oh I welL some distance. The other lady. with plenty of pluck and adventure In her makeup then tried 0 get the win- terberries. The log was no more stablo than, before, She swung around a cou ple ;of times, tried vainly tp maintain her balance, last ft entirely and landed full length op ber back' but wtth much more merriment than concern. Jt Is un derstopd .that they! got their berries just the same, i Dorcas Circle of The King's Daugh ters meets at Mrs. John T. Stewart home on Siathewaon street this .(lues- eBo. Reid ionfore ties (O.Gnn ---h SPECIAL DISPLAY AND SALE OF m MID-WINTER HATS BEGINS TODAY Allodia, his wonderful lamp, and the attendant genii omitted a feat which the skillful millinery designer has carried out with success. The enchanting creations for mid-winter are more numerous and truly more beautiful than ever before. The use of gold and silver taces, combined with fur, with flowers, and with velvets the rich m&alUc embroideries, enables us to show many novel and truly ex quisite new models. BLACK AS WELL AS BRIGHT COLORS COMMANDS CONSIDERABLE ATTENTION SPECIAL ENGRAVING OFFER ATTRACTIVE POWDER COMPACTS For Fastidious Women These dainty accessories to the toilet are in use everywhere, and the beauty of the cases makes them one of the most attractive fittings for the handbag: or for the toilet table. Gold finish or black metal.' In these Compacts we have the following wen known Face Pow-deiv-Hudnut's, Colgate's, Djer-Kiss, Coty's and Hygienal all of these coming in Flesh, Rachael or White. PRICES $1.00 TO $1.50 WE WILL ENGRAVE ONE LETTER FREE , ON ANY CASE , In the Toilet Good Department we hava an engraving card showing all the latest styles from which you may choose. A small charge will be mads foe additional letters, ' I day) evening. The members have been requested to bring their Thanksgiving offerings at this meeting. Are ou fittel for a oank pw.Uen? Inquire Jewett Cuy Trust Co adv. Thanks to the activities of the home Red Cross chapter many fine things have been accomplished for the general benefit and welfare of the town. Today (Tuesday) a meeting- of the town is to be held in response lo the petit'on of the required number ot voters. At that meeting jt will be determined whether the town will favor financially a district nurse. The Bed Cross nave voted $500 for the support of this pro ject. As insurance company, vuretent ei by Warden Joseph It McArtbur, Will also favor the plan nnaac!aliy. CENTRAL VILLAGE The teachers' training class will meet Thursday evening at tha parsonage wtth Rev. alary Ifacomber. Frank Popple, a resident here for many years, has moved to Oneco. Mr. and Mrs. Walter BchofieK will he gin housekeeping in lin. alary Ceps land's house at Land's Corner. Howard Holgerson of Putnam, former ly fit this village, has bee visitine; at Peter Denis'. . Mrs. Emma Mitchell has been spending several days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Henderson, In Norwich. At the annual meeting of the W. C T. IT. held at the home of Mrs. Sarah Dawson the following officers were elect, ed for the ensiling year: President, Mrs. Everett Ladd; vice presidents, represent ing different Protestant churches in town. Central Congregational, Mrs. Kathartn Collins, Moeeop Methodist, Mrs. Mary Eyers, Moosuo Baptist, Mrs. Annie Ben nett, Plainneld Congregational, Mrs. Pearl Lewis. Paoker Baptist, Mi. May Gambell; secretary, Mrs. Nancy lixr greaves; eorreeponding secretary, Mrs. Annie Bennett; treasurer. Mrs. Sarah Dawson ; flower department, Mrs. Martha Bandy; mothers' department, Mrs. Mar tha Bolt ; publicity, Rev. Mary Haeom ber ; social department, officers pi society. Tbe next meeting wiU be held at Miss Anna Wilcox's. . ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trarnor and chil dren, Harold, Arthur and Helen, have been Yisitins Mr, Urainor'si parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Trainer, at Westcott, E. Miss Mildred Richmond of Danlelson has been visiting at Oeorge Winsor's. Mrs. Arthur Bates of Preston Is visit ing at the home of her brother, Fred Darfcy. Miss Mary Bermiston of Hartford, for merly of this village, has gone to Colo rado to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Chartes Burgess of Moosns visited Sunday at the home of their son, Foster BnrsesB. Several local people were In Danlelson Saturday to celebrate Armistice day and merry' of this village, was ft local visttorj recently. Paul Duquette of Mala street TWteie relatives in Wllllmsnttc Sunday. ANNOUNCEMENTS Cvnveealfea as Cowl At Convocation at Cennecdeat col lege this (Tuesday) afternoon at 4 o'clock, the lecturer wtll be ProiesBa Cassisus J. Keyser of Columbia Cs. veraiiy. In addition to tha fact that rrefsaeer to attend the dance at the armory In the Kc" u "arded as a leading anther evening. i lty on mathematics, a subject that baf The democrats who were the winners becom yAxl1 humanised throoga htt at the town election celebrated Friday interpretation of Its theory tet tht evening by having a parade. A band """J" u thT B",or1. rta and dram corps furnished music There "-known books to which he seeks te were about automobiles Is line. show the relationship between ntoder Emma, little daughter of Mrs. Edith ' "nalbematfcal theory and hflosewUeaJ Hirst, celebrated her fifth birthday Sat- one of which Is "MatbeenaJb urday by entertaining Un of her friends PW'osopnr; Study of Fats and Free st her home. She received many gifts and the little folks had a good time. BALTIC Friday evening after the regular meet ing of Mgr. John Eynnott council, K. of C, hold In Caron hall, tbe members were invited to St Jean Baptists hall to ce'jfc brete the tret anniversary meeting of the eanneO. In the absence of W. G. K. John Conway, who was called away, a past W. Q. fc, V. P. A. Quinn, presided. During the evening remarks were made by Rev. William O'Brien, chaplain of the council, and Supreme Secretary Mulligan of Thompsonvllle, Conn. Many out of town knights were present. The vaudeville act presented by a troupe from the Broadway theatre, blorwicb. was greatly enjoyed. Refreshments were served by the food committee. The Joseph 8L Germain post of the American Legion ef Battle gave a suc cessful whist and social In fit. Jean Bap- tiete ball Saturday evening at which was played 40 tables The hall was decorated dom." He is also voluminous coBtrtbnter is the same field ot thought, threagh the medium of essays an dart idea to scies tifie mag-acines; likewise editor ef the mathematical section ef the Encyclopae dia Americana; the president eC the American Mathematical society, aa4 edi tor of its Joaruu. - As a popular lecturer oa a subject tee often treated from the slew point ef bare technicalities, nis lector antici pated with great Interest. Of the TS congressional medals ef honor awarded by the United States govern, ment for distinguished service In the World war, there are tt survivors who possess tne coveted medals, the highest award for bravery. CCT THIS OCT T U WOKTK MOnn Cut out this slip, enclose with Is and mall It to Foley Ce tUt Sheffield Ave, Chicago. ilL. writing your name and s4V dress clearly. Ton will receive is mui -a trial package containing Foley's llonef and Tar ( "nm rmur A far cmirhL vM .nS with American Cars and banting in honor; croup; FoCey "kidney Pi:u. tor peine is were presented the lucky players. - j kidney and bidder a.imata, and Foi-y , ' A. F. Cote and family motored to North Cathartic TablHs. a wholesome sad a.or- c, iouifhjy cte&Mine- cathartic f' eocK;ji (enordalejBundayv Itlon. buior hadch-s. e sui; Alphonae Brodeor of TtRmiantS fcr- B.,Wnia. jLre c ; 4 to.