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NORWICH BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922
SI WILJJMANTIC NORWICH BULLETIN irnn a ttuiogto HuttM IMS . of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Prnali O. ITo2 I man .of Fitehbuvg, Mass., and one great '. crandscn, Fred Race of Brooklyn, N The Ladies' 8ani.iT of oh. CosTesa- ! tional church held their sewing day I Mm. UnAd Hurley of No. lvS Wring street was severely injured and Mrs. George H. Wymen of ManstieM Hallow van bruised to some extent and badly shaken up Tuesday evening when the Dodge sedan which Mrs. Hurley was dntvtag skidded and. tuned over en Its Wide en the Mananeid Hollow road some hTnw feat from tlie state highway, lead ling to Mansfield Center. Mrs. Hurtey had"- been entertainir.; VMrs. Wyraan and wan taking the nticr baafc to ner borne !n Maraaeld Hollow and in makinc the iurs from the state aixiway the car suddenly turned over, l'ear!ng that tbo car would catch Are Mrs. Hurley kicked oi.t tuo cass aoor el at upturned side.' o: tho machine aad la doing so JjRtlljr lkCJt"Sd hoi left 1. Lcslio Bradley fcapswactl 00 Pars ing iv ami renje'.-txl uiasislaiiet. Mrs. Kutiey- waa taken to Ue- l:oac ir. tiv Sto.xs las aad received medical U'es: ir.UK from A local d02ior. t'oeoscr JWtkor ii. Hill of &aniln bold as inrjsost AVeduBsday on the death ct Mr Alatliiiilu Bolieau of StaC ford Springs who vr-j killed in an au teteobiioaecwent at North Windham Suaday.Nvv. 12. Tii-i inoueut took phuse in tlio patreimea's room at thn police nation). Th occupants of the car ware the Witnesses examined: NatMlcon F.o- liletu, husband of the woman, and t!i'r soa-Un-lair and daughter, Mr. and Mrs kXrwerd Clark of Stafford Spirnss. The hearing waa of short duralioe and Coroner Bill reserved his findings until a later date. At the time of the accident Clark was coursed with man- slaughter but thut waa modified t ; Tackleas driving. The case was contin f iM eno months at that time. '' Mrs. Jennect. MeVmaa. wid.w ef Frederick A. Hoffman, died at the home f her daughter, Mrs. Fred H. Race of N-th Franklin, Tuesday afternoon, about 6.2 D o'clock. The deceased was nam August 4, ICS, the daughter ol loan Kennedy and Margaret (Shirlaw) Keuiady. She leaves lour daughters. Miss Ki lo, R. Hoffman, Mrs. Fred H. Race, Mrs Prank Rockweod and Miss Florence A Hoffman of North franklin, one son Herbert R. Hoffman of Norwich; Ave grandchildren. Mine Florence Bock wood, Mia Klla Rockwood and Frank Rock ooo of Korta Franklin, Fred H. Race Wednesday. Sewing was begun at 10 o'clock. and continued until 12.S0. Af ter a short recess tor luncheon tho worS was resumed urrtil i oVlock. Mrs. Eu gene Hanna wB hostess of Uie day Vho :frir.g was done for the Welfare Bu re.va. The speaker of the day was Mrs. Milton Hess, vrtio has speat scrr.e time in India. She told cf same liH&restiny experiences which sho has there anil alao of the relief wort going on !n that country. OnYourTces! I 5c Everywhere T iijin Stde raina in TMt mi mum ajifci 11 70a fed a rinre bsjafrw,. 199 Uiail, ar fain, 79 fme'tmk aagar. , . 7R -of tnudc-acria ttrngm mt ri ! ah food -iron, tvt food in tM band. fax jmm au jimv taet, aaj httf ym riaere if wjb eat 1 little box or rw fwr aay. Utile SuinMaids Rutins Had Tear Iran Today? DENTIST Dr. F. C Jackson v , 8ECIALIEINC IN PAINLESS EXTRACTING MS MAIN STREET. MLLIMANTIC THE HURTEAU AND , BOSSECORP. f I HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS ; FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 14- Main Street, Willimantic, Conn. . Phana 41-2 The meettnr et Ike VSUnaakwo Caaa- c:l of Telephone ISrapieyes' Assojiatlon o C'ar.neutlcut, which- waa held, recent ly, la charfre of President CSiarljs Smith was largely attended. The re ports of Rcfoart Burns and W. T. Crty of tho Nsv.- Jondon wancU, concerning the lart Uiitrlct meeting were glcn. A social tour waa enjoyed 3fi.tr tr.p muet- ir.z and a six-rstl !ilm entitled T"an Making of the Teleshone, was sho'TO. Send this advertisement to The Plant-i Caddcn Co., Norwich. Conn., with your name anl addrtas and get a bosk old faahionixl soaga free. adv. The admlaitOralor of ike etaie el tile late arah M. Ra&sclL, having il"--J jtdmiuieirutlon account for allow ance with the probate court, Jodse Ott' B. P.'ihinEOB, has set Friday, Dec. 5 aa ;lio date for a hearins-,-. At wbitt mrly reeeatly held aadei the auspices of the Conseil FlovlmonC JVUnion St. Jeen Baorist d'Amer('uc the prises were awarded aa fo-lows: voram's first priso, M- Chenette men's first, Charles Provost ; consola tion, Mrs. Paul Bclangcr and O. Che Bette. Trareler aloatg the staAe hi-hwayt Wednet-dsy repoited that the roads were in a eilppery condition and a num ber of cam were seen along aids of tat highv.ays tn a crippled condition. A jiumbev ruporteol frozen radiators. At tiie meeting of Coart Tereaica he'.d Wednesday evening in Si. Jo seph's hail, the election of officers took piaee. The well known street kettle et the Salvation Army will again be placed an the streets of this city and It Is hotped by the local officers that a large sum will be collected. The money is for the purchase of articles for the needy of the community. Mrs. Lewis assisted by Mrs. Hal ins will meet the children of the M. K church under 14 years of age in tho par parlors from 4 to 5 o'clock this (Thursday) afternoon for instruction In mission. Games will fellow. Ai the, last regvlar meeting e th Woman's cluto Henry T. Burr, formtl principal of the Willimantic Stats Nor mal school, was the speaker. The Sub ject of his talk was Geology in Connecticut. Charles Fifcehborn, manager of the lo cal western union Telegraph office, at tended a managers' meeting in Nen llaven, Wednesday. Mrs; Samuel Xield has returned horns after spending a few days with friend in Sounrbridge, Mass. Miss .Marguerite St. John of the American Thread Company and Misa Mildred McKenua, rho is training at St. Joseph's ho-fital, bucame patients there Wednesday for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs.' A. D. Boss left Wed nesday far a few days in Sew Jersey and oa Saturday will sail front Phila delphia, for Walton, Florida, for the winter. j Miss Sstclle Alpaugh is staying w:tl! 1 her sister, Mrs. Frank Fowler for the1 1 winter months. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Risedorf en j tertained Rev. diaries tMnsmore of I New Haven, who was the speaker at the chamber of commerce Tuesday eve ning. Mrs. II. C. Murray and her sister have returned from a several days stay in Auburn, X. T. Misa Madelyn Shepard has returnee to Abbot Academy, Andover, Mass., af ter a short stay at her home in tail city. Misa Cora Riley of Manslleld and JTew York lias returned to New To.'k after an extended stay with, friends in tor.-n. Miss Myrtle Hawkins of Hartford has oeen a recent guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Hawkins of th's city. No more expensive than ordinary brands WHILE your grocer asks you to poy no more for Borden's Evaporated Milk than for other standard kinds, he sometimes pays more himself. The extra care taken to safejuard this brand of milk makes it actually cost more to produce it. In Borden's Evaporated Milk, you get pure country rtvilk with the cream left in. It is entirely pure, ami of hifh nutritive value. Ask your grocer for Borden's. TIIE BORDEN COMPANY Borden Bufldia j Near York Mai ffi tls rf P.r4's Bmtlt BrmmJ MWt, Ktri j KslltJiiiii kJ tWai ' Cmm ! What If Going On Tonight cm A OUARrVNTEE OF.OUAUTY Xirwici 1:;onary Krirlrra At tton. No. . iiKcta in Liucr i:isham il nal. 1-niklta OuLvt-. No- . Ti. A, H. rrele In Masonic Tet-i lf rorw!cn ixxig-. N. lit), e. r. 1;., me-ta In RlknV Hm. Ciorer Tvmp. N. t. V. fi.. meeta :a V!clT I-CI. 4. L. O. O. . I... mm in f finer Hall. C:-.nji'. ldcv. No. 11. J. V. U. .. meet in i-rmn.a Halt 'ud-:M- a:td Jawii.g Plcteres i t Moving Plctu-es at itrand Theatre. Mo-.ir.g Ptctvavs at Breed Theatre, TODAY'S EVENTS COLCHESTER Oliver vroodhouac ledge, K. of P., haid Uioir ragalar meeting in i-ytn-.aii ujj Tussay evening with a la-g attandance. Tas third rank team worked tbc rank of knight on IS esQUircs in a very crsditable manner. Three amil'.csJitior.s loir meia-w-- fteip were received and one reinstatement. The degree team is composed or tno 10. lowins; members: King, A. T. Van Cleve; scribe, C. F. McLntosli; herald, Earle R. Hoknes; headsman, Moses SelernMsky; attendants, rke Cohen, Isaac Neliber; senate, Julius Niedle, Sam Friedman, Charles V. Brown, Fred B. Ames. Joseph Agranovltch. F. E. Baker, Samuel Stern, Myron R. Abell, Barnett Kahn, William Curgenvsn. The following officers were nominated for the ensuing term: Past chancellor, Max Cohen ; chancellor "coirtm'amler, Bar- net W. Kahn ; vice chancellor, Joseph Dewier; prelate, Charles F. Brown; keeper of records and seals, Fred 13. Baker; master of finance, Samuel Slav kin; master of exchequer, Albert T. Van Cleve; master of work. Cortis F. Mcln- -toah ; master at arms, Byron Ames ; in ner aaard, Howard A. K.ix ; outer guard, Herbert Maynerd ; trustee for three years, Artemus F. Roper. After the work of the evenins, sand wiches, doughnuts and coffee were served and a social hour epent. William O.- Symmea of Hebron was a caller here Tuesday. Irving Jones of Lebanon was a visitor In town Tuesday. - The illustrated lecture on Jana!n given by Peter B. McQueen was largely attend ed. Xt was the third of a series of enter tainments given this winter under the auspices of Bacon academy. M. 3. Klingon returned to Boston Tues day after a week's visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. Klingon. 011 Broadway. Karle Stevens of East Hampton was the guest of A. T. Van Cleve Tuesday. Charles Molcna. Nathaniel Pickering, Herbert Maynerd and X'. B. Ames of Sa !em were in town Tuesday evening at tending the K. P. meeting. of Mrs. Emma Hill of Rockville. Ail were present except and id of the num ber came from the families of Oliver and Newell Hi'l cf Coventry. Past Masters' night was observed at ths grange on Thursday evening. John 13. Skelton has sold Ws tiaibar lot to Latliro? and Stanley. Cutting vfIU begin and a mill will be set up as soon as passible. There was a repflrt that a ftrang an imal had been killed and pieced on exhibi tion in a store window of WUltmantic, at first thought to be a raccoon. It was later learned that Gearse Ij. Brooks of South Coventry had liberated a pair of opossums arid this was one of them. This brings to mind the time whea a pair of opossums were set at liberty In Suffolk county. Long Island, in a very short time they were ao numerous that the towns offered a bounty of 54 cents each for killing them. The amount paid ont was so large the first year that it was reduced to 25 cents which still stands but the opossums are almost en tirely exterminated now. KiHourey Bros. . FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMttALMEM M Unn St. - Wiltunaniio, Can PUn Cat CLwtv Aaatstantt Funny what a dead weight a Utile thing like a clinging vine can become vo a masculine oak after a few years of matrimony. PISO'S COUGH? lUfeytoqiBra aat-aaai JAY M. SUEPARD . Scatdina Filmara 4 Sivtaara r useraj Director & Embalmer (C 62 NORTH ST. Cad Aaaiaitaju. WILLIMANTIC TaL Canaactlaa Willis Auto Express ' WILLMANT1C OFFICE 31 Church Stroat Phan 1062 NORWICH OFFICE 111 Franklin Street Phana 1812 NEW LONDON OFFICE S Bank Street Phona 824-2 Round Trips, Men, Wad. and Fri STAFFORD SPRINGS Mrs. Catherine Giiiiiigham, 50 years old, died of d:abstos at her home in Staffordrille Wednesday morning. She was the widow of Harold GilKngliam, and is survived by one son, Thomas It. Oil Ilngham of Staffordville and four daugh ters, Mrs. Elizabeth Cook of Stafford ille. Mrs. Alfred Burrows of New Hav en, Miss Lillian and' Miss Angela Gilling ham of New Tork. Mrs. Rose Hanley Horrigan, formerly of Stafford Springs, died at her home in Terry ville Tuesday. She was 32 years old. Besides her husband she leaves four small children. She also leaves four brothers, Dr. John Hanley,. William Hanley and Bernard Hanly of this town and Walter Hanley of Hartford and three sisters,' Miss Mary Hanley of Hartford, Miss Mildred Hanley of Bris tol and Mrs. Joseph Berry of East Hart ford. Mrs. Horrigan was born in Stafford Springs and was a daughter of former Postmaster William E. Hanley. She was a graduate of the Stafford High school, and New Britain normal school. She was at one time assistant in the local kinder garten school and later -taught in Terrv-Vllle. All Tired Out? You Needn't Be! Excessive fatigue, nervonanessf tiiat "all run down" feeling, are usually the result of poisons which should have been eliminated from your System. Stir sluggish liver, kidneys, and bowels to natural activity with fcANALT the Sensible Tonic let it cleanse and purify your blood and your weary lansruor will give place to healthy "pep." Sanalt is a harmless, rebuilding tonic composed of valuable vege table alteratives and entirely free from opiates, narcotics, and other harm ful drugs. Ever since it wa3 first compounded by a famous New England physician over a hundred years ago, SANALT has built vigorous, joyous health for tired, listless people, just as it did for Mrs. Margaret AIix of North Attleboro, Mass., who writes: blrCi of "i!;.Tn teadlts orange 1 COVENTRY The monthy teachers' meeting was held In the Center school on Wednesday aft ernoon. The Ladies' society held an all day meeting on Wednesday in the chapel. Miss Doris Gowdy of Wapplng spent the week end with Mrs. W. S. Haven. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Beach of Hartford spent Sunday with Mrs. Beach's mother. The regular meeting of the ' Ready Helpers was held in the chapel on Friday evening. There were 48 present at tho annual Thanksgiving reunion of the children, grandchildren and great grana children MURRAY'S BOSTON STORE Willimantic, Conn. -'.- y 1 L " - WARM APPAREL FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS ; Jn the Infants' Wear Section on theN second . floor you will find on display teeaey garments of a quality and at prices that will surprise every - mother who has been in the habit of sewing baby's needs herself. Wool Sweaters, Wool Legging, Knitted Bon nets, Little Bath Robes, Coats, Knitted Sacques, Knitted Sets in three piece Brushed Wool, etc, ma variety of colors and color combinations that will please the little ones7 THE Hi C. MURRAY CO. JEWETT CITY The exhibit by Ashland Cotton Co. at the Merchants and Industrial exposition in the armory at Norwich is attracting much attention and ereatinjr the mo.it favorable comment from all the visitors. Situated at the left of the door atthe cntranoc, the exhibit occupies a space of twenty feet. In the center is a. Stafford automatic loom in full opera tion. This loom is one of 1100 autamali? looms weaving sateen day and night at Ashland Cotton Co. Velo Sharkey, Leo card Couture and Alice Cadieux are in charge of the work. The girls wear sateen dresses of blue and black mad-i from sateen woven by themselves on these looms. The dresses are f.irmr.e:! with creton and were made by Mrs. V". T. Crumb of Jewett City.- Show cases, at the front show samples of the whole process from cotton direct from tho balei to tho finished product, including cotton after, the opening pro cess, breakers and finisher picker laps, card sliver, first second and third draw ing, slu!b3r, intermediate and fine rov ing, Clling, warp and spooled warp, yam, be-amed warp 4 SO ends, slashed warp yarn 3243 ends, cloth In loom, cloth ready for finishing and the finished c'.oth in ssveral colors. The background is arranged with two large fan-shaped exhibits of tlie finished sateens in the various harmonising col ors. Above these' fans is dipiayed nr oil painting sketched and. painted by George H. Prior of ievett . City. It is a picture of Ashland mills, and the sur rounding houses and landscape, the view taken as if seen from above the mill. The picture, which ig sis feet long and;thro feet wide and framed in gold, is an en act reproduction, and is another prooi of Mr, Prior's artistic aJjility. Palms, ferns, rugs and chairs carry out the green and white color scheme which give the finishing touch to this attractive exhibit. Agent L. M. Carpen ter and Supt, George S. Brown are m charge of the exhibit. The Lucky Hits defeated the Lucky Strikes two out of three strings on tho local bowling alleys Tuesday night They are open to challenges, said W. Lachapelle Wednesday. The eoeial given at the Paefcaac tewa hail Saturday night by Mr. and Mrs. James Crary was a most successful and enjoyable affair. There ws music by DriscoII's orchestra of three pieces and prompting by F. H. Gilbert and others. The ladies' quadrille was the hit of tin evening. The attendance was the larg est ever present at any local dance. The proceeds go toward the lighting system at the town hall which is in seed f repairs. Mt. Vernon lodge, No. 75, F. and A. M.,' has elected as its oft! cere for the coming year: Norman B. Park hurst, W. M. ; F. D. Browning, S. W. ; G. T. Bell, J. W. ; E. H. Hiscox, treasurer ; G. H. Prior, secretary. Send this advertisement to The Pbuii- Cadden Co., Norwich, Conn., with your ( name and address and get a book of ! eld fashioned songs free. adv. -) " The first real winter weather Hew m i or. Tuesday night, and continued al! das ! Wednesday. i Dr. Peter MacQueen, F. G. P. S., I ! k-cturer, author and correspondent, gave ; a' lecture on Japan of Beauty and Per . ulexity in Finn opera house on Wednee- clay evening. The lecture wag Illustrat ed by artistically colored slides, covering family life, education, schools, shrines, modern improvements, scenery and in dustries. The lecture was one cf tit "I don't know just why I comrnetieed to na rJowu. X guess it vu bail wtwthsr, aiuf abo my stonadi got in bad condition. I kept getting steadily weaker, until I 1 could not do my housework. My appetite kad left me, and what little I did eat, tt&.h icg seemed to 00 me any good. I thought I would have to give up and go to bed, or Co to a hospital, when my druggist suggested that I try Sanalt. Before I had taken ball a bottle, my appetite and digestJmnhad improved, and at the end of the hrst bottle I was considerably stronger. I was told I looked better; that my eyes were brWhter , and my complexion dearer. Instead of going to the horpr?aJ, as I had feared, I was aooB as well as ever. Sanaft (oil; restored me, and I am snre kept me from having a long and severe oick spell. It certainly is a wonderful mediaee, tad X reeaamcaait to a!l women lrbo feei that thev are broken down gcumalhr." x ou can bay SANALT, or trie other famous Winsol preparations, at any drag store. For Wirool remedies are one line of tjjlfm8Tkc proprwtary medicinea boM by both Winaol Agents and non-agent druggists. No need to accept snbstittrtea. Any druggist can get Sanalt for yon through his jobber. And, if after a trial, you are ast satisfied with the results, he is arjtlrorked to refund your money- NEUROPATHIC MOPS, tka groat omorgoney matiiexna' am CERIZAKE BALSAM, for cough, arc two Winaol roxnodiaa tfca arwold be kawt in arorv bsme. Aak yeejr drwtgiat abawt tfaonu B.O. &G.C WILSON, Inc., BOSTON,"MASS. Centenary of t. Saundera. origtnatcr c n America. The prov:.n-w' i-s.i-iaiur Albri anwnblrs iod) f'-.- -.I t.i'l sers.va. A conference cf cevarinr-Tii adjutant." of (lie Amrncan Li-n uprnj today at Indianapolis. A Natrona. KanaT' Kxi-rsit'.on ores t.xsay at T0- O.. anJ V.: ccntjr;e lor ouc week. The ntertainnMriT o "c-nce 1 '.n Wasliingion will it ur.'rM 'n today with a iunolion af th- wy,iie iuute. An American nava'. Tnis.on. tifaxled by Tiear Ad-niral Car! T. V-r'L-ang. sal today for Ii.-axil to lieip reorganir. the Braziiion navy. Uc?rsentat:v s ot lYe -iS ra:lroa "iolding menrlr.ih: in fe A social!'-" f f lUilway Executives meet in 'hicagv j tnday to discuss the future uf the asts- i va-ioi. The Women')! International fo? peaxw and rreeoon'. ref-sr;,.r.g i, coentrles, meets at The Hagu" fay t-i consider var.ous coatrocuva ttuposai ' for w or!d peace. The National C:ril tic rtrforrr Ijiagu. meft.nj; ia nnu! cession L: Washington today, will recommend t placing of the entire prohibition er. (orcenient ur.it under civil avarice rulv- Mach-nr.ry. equii.wen. and -nai-,a! i designed to secure greaier efUciencica Ir. J tuei comiMJFtiou and t'.ic generation ef I newer wiil m- i:sulacd a; 1':; First Na- 1 tional Kxio.'.tiou of Power and Medial t ie.l Kjig:nerer-ng, opening today in Ne.v I Tork city. i Men and women of rialionai and is ! temationai prominence will panicipatt tn a conference on pubiie op:cioo anr world peace when wiil oca today a' Memory! Cratiaenta: Jlaii. in Waib ingtoo. and continue tn nesri on thrmgj the rcma-nder of the week. ANNOUNCEMENTS The lades of CJirrt church are hal ing a tal" th.i afternoon in the oa'i-.-oom of the Wauregan House of faney articles taiitable for Christmas giita arsl Knglfch torn is l sened also. fat mt BalMlag Lai M 4wU Cttj. Burdick ft McN'ical. real eatate brok er?, have sold for Mrs. Rena B. fl. Vauglin of No. Rockwell terrace. Nor wich, a very desirable building lot lo cated on Kchoo! Ktrt. Jewett City. Th sale was made to Geonre A. Haskell cf Jewett Cl-jr who wiil build tn the near fa tun. B. O. & G. C. Wilson, Inc., ettahlshed in 1845, Is eoadoetsd ea a unique pTefifcharbuj pka which benefits everybody concerned the Winaol Agent, all nun ay at drugxixU. every Winaol em ploy ee and the genera lpnhJic The Wnuol PUa the hut word in co-eperatjoa a reapecabi ror the mini frnlh nf th r VtioI rTatifiTi tn r""1!! unor nf ffa-hrrrntiTiil ntrt pn fijl ilnniq.iilij kwsea ia the country today. GRAfiDr.iOTHER KNEW There Was Nothing So Good for Congestion and Colds ;' a3 Mustard ' Bat the old-fashioned mustard plaster burned and blistered while it acted. Get the relief and beta that mustard . plasters gave, without the ! oourse given under Americas Legion and nlasfw utui iku auxiliary auspice, - Musterole does it It is a dean, white ointment, made with oil of mus tard. It is scientifically prepared, ao that it works wonders. Gently massaze Musterole in with th finger-tips. Seehowquickiyitbringsre- i lief how speedily the pain dis4piears, Try Mnsterole for sore throat, bron- ! chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralsia, headache, conges-; tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, Bourns, sore muscles, bruises,, chil- blaine. frosted feet, colds of the chest . (it may prevent pwumonia). 35c and 5c,jasaraitubes;hospitalsbe,S3.00. ' . Better them m milliard plattr giving with Mr. Fisher's father at the Congregational parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, who are both fine smgers, gave a concert Friday evening in Wheeler acboo! hall which was much enjoyed' by a large and appreciate audience. Itev. and Mrs. W. A. Farran and daughter of Provience were Thanlc3grr- inc; guests at the home of J. D. Aver-. Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Williams of Ston- ington spent Thanksgiving at their home here. Mrs. B. L. Longenccker came from Brooklyn, N. T., to pass Thanksgiving at her farm hcra. She entertained a few friends at dinner. Miss Fannie M, Thompson lias gone to spend the winter with her sister. Miss Lila G. Theinsson, at tho residence of Mrs. E. II. Knowles. Miss Constance Pendleton with a par ty of frie;:us from New London was- in town Friday and visited LaUc Wyaasup. The town schools, with one of tba teachers. Miss Anua L. Chapman, as chairman of the committee of arrange ments, wiil hold a public meeting this (Wednesday) evening in Wheeler school hall. BLACK HILL Mr. and Mrs. Wllitam J. Sunn of Springfield have been the guests of their cousin a, the Misses Med bury. William Exley and Everett E. Brown attended tlie meeting of Quinebaug Po mona at South Killingly Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon of Plahrfield took dinern .Thanksglvino; day with Mr. and Mrs. Fred; Graves. ' Charles Baker of Willfsrantin llflri Sunday on his sister, lira. Mary Medbury. Joseph Glebas was In Danfelson Sat urday. Miss Ruth Moore, who has been spend ing Thanksgiving at her home, has re turned to college at Boston. Arthur Elliott of Central Village called on friends here on Sunday. . I LIBERTY HILL j Rev. and Mrs..Woo!worth and Miss Ada Davis 'were guests of Mr. Woolworth's sister in Westviile, Mass., from Wednes I day until Friday. ANNOUNCEMENTS Keith TaoawrtBa tka x CANTERBURY Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Barstow were guests at Nathan Exley's Thanksgiving. Kepreseataflvea: af tba Amatau !( : sionary and ' charitable organizations op ! erating in Turkey are working for the ', inclusion of protective guarantees in the new treaty which America hoes to ne- igotiate with the Turks' and which the Turks say they are ready to negotiate. Btartlag Today. There are frve fine B. Y. Keith star vaudeville acts arranged for the attrac tion at the Broadway theatre for Uie tost half of this week. The feature attraction is Berrick, Hart a Co.. who offer their mirth-vo- voking comedy skit called Hoping, Brides and grooms for ages have beta a source of amusement to the public. Tne Teller Sisters are petite young ladles and classify themselves as sing ing comediennes. Sampson & Douglas offer "Wit and Harmony." These two are a very hap py combination working with precision and smoothness of a watch. The skit Is just a little of this and a little of tba: Kami Frabell t Brother are Amer ica's supreme wire artists and are the originators ef Frisco and Russian danc ing on the wire. Theirs is a most unus ual offering. The Du Ponts combine dancing and jungling and their combined efforts are called Syncopated Jugglers. Ia their line they are without equal. The feature photoplay stars Eugena O'Brien In Channlng of the Northwest. As yet the mirror has not been made that wiii enable man to see himself as others see him You Can Now Try This Newer Form Of Iron At My Expense 1 Hrst Compoundbd This Remarkable Remedy For My Own Neigh bors And Their Praise Of It Has Spread So Rapidly That How Over Four MHiba People Use It Atssially Read tly Uimsoal Offer Below. NORTH. STONING I ON ; The fa near 1 services for Mrs. Daniel E. i Gray, conducted in the Congregational t uhucrh by Rev. O. D. Flshe.r assister by Ucr. Lucian Dury, were largely attended. many coming from Ledyord, where the family formerly lived, and a number from other towns. There were many beautiful floral tributes. Burial waa in Wheeler cemetery, Bv. Mr. Fisher con ducting the committal . service. The four sons o Mrs. Gray Ellsworth, Philip, Hadley and Alton--aeted as bearers. Funearl services -for ' Mia. Anna D; metcher. Rathbun, 85,. widow of John Q. .. Ilattbun, were, conducted by Rev. Lu ian Drury Saturdary afternoon at the homo.- of Mrs. Rathbon's daughter, Mrs. Walter 'A.-, Wilkinson, on the vWesterly road. , Henry- Li Allen and Mre. In-ing .1!. Maine eeng,-two; hymns, t Therof were ms.!iy, beautiful flowers.- Burial was in Union cemcteyr, Rev. Mr. Drury conduct ing the oonmittal service. Grandsons Ser-ed as, hearers.' Besides Mrs. Wilkin son, Mrs. Rathbim leaves another daugh ter. Mrs, James B. Chapman, of Norwich, ar.d revoral grandthildren and gerat-25-a ndVn! ldran . - Xlev. and Mrs. taaiey- fC' FUiier. and tLzziij- Mt Wecve.--, Mail.', spent Thaoks- Toaea agaJ I fewa t at tk rrwattaawvaaW nowgata. awet-kek ntf be Aob- WoiVrfU' j.tettsj6i tfca pwot- 1 that aiiMia 'ym awt oat et vm T tfcsA. WHanat awaaaa? yem mmti IgsoWTaU kkfcmaw s ill yt-rfcl aefawa , and tka th Um beta troa xmi to ranei, pat awJ watery, ym wary Ito rjaiil ia af a great kaa thatoml and rtjusMaiaa hek UlMl.tMdaai. ra wjb oU day paaata eUa tmk woekinj mm tda etyawW-ma dawaej at a, fa eawa- !eU mm ofwoa, wkada ia KWtlw km yaar bland and Hk tka Braa ia spianctwlentaaaadapBlea. Uaakatkc jfooner mil c xroa, sc wtn ass arKtv aad etawyaet-; tar. Beth freqaeatly all tired ont in tka and a coast aenvr wot woaX, aad laa Jaarn. Oas had fauw is) th hsAattlswntathelaAaiBjeytjaaalr, Anotkhadpuuatondle4awt,jalil ' pi'vf andUsSuiaaB, anal wayaaSnf, owaraiata-4 laaraaaTwsc- tar!as,wift-1lBBaax , oat ti.. spin aad a inaat TUrWy of alarai; yTHniri VTt ' ii " - i i. . mA (waa) i .Hi mt mm l-TT- m awa wax awwoj W wn war of nliialBtiM aad ckeasirta. Aw? oaBVa w awv lauaj Uja asyaVsjaoa afl aver the- esaairy that tares pespia omt or awary KOTBTWal 1 1 1 inm baa Iaauj Una aea haw a Sat yaaeaa tired. Next wJro taa S-grnia tablots of Kaxated Baa bm tfaua dry anar namla far two woska, thaa teat yaar ataasrth yea bars aa Aa aalan'ahhjs; aaulw i f a, i lissa peoata who wore alt tka watte, hsre gfaUly im- taar aaatth aad iafiiaws! taoir atsnry ty iakhrg tli aeav rlai$ ef Iroa Trial Coupon Lost ahoiHsg of Orvhaaa of tka ttira at oka Breed Tbeafra Tadar. Tba most rexnarkatrio motion eurrure euecew of the year is D. w . onfnui i draauuie epic. Orphans of the Storm, as ehUxwatiou of the famous old play. Taa Two Orphans, which will be showa far th. last three times today at the Brood thaatfa. Far acarly ha if a century Taa Tma Orphans has bees equally popular ia Bo rage and America, following its lone initial runs ia Paris and at taa old Union Sonera theatre In New Tork. la a I, la th nuvt nmi I. wf ft 1 stage lore stories. Here In America it identified for thirty years with the of Kate Chulon who played Louise Oirard, the blind heroine. Mr. Griffith took this celebrated piay and bultt around tt a motion picture with (randtose Wstorteat taaolgjrrouiid, and at ao expense greater than the cost of all the oil-rent stage plays In Mew Tork combined Patrons of the Breed theatre will And all of the great Two Orphans story that used to interest their fathers and moth ers, cmt aleo a very prat deal more. The story Is now set amid the turbulent events of the revolution In France that marked the downfall of the Bourbon monarchy. . Fortunately. Mr. Griffith had two woa derful French types at band for th embodiment of llenriette and Louise Gi rard, the two heroines. These are tlis Misses Lillian and Dorothy G!h One of the best cast of recast years enacts t'.ie famous story, includ ing Joseph ochildkraat, the celebrated Roumanian actor, sometimea called the handsomest leading man of Europe, who him the romantic role of Chevalier d( Vaudrey. For those unfamiliar with the stag story: Henriette and Louise are little Norman wajarers in Paris. The for-! mer is abducted fey a rich noble, while the latter falls into a den of thtevfah beggars who send her on the street as a charity sl.iger. The tremendous inter est springs from the effort of the sua dered orphans to be reunited and the lore of the Chevalier for Henriette front from he is separated by an almost im passable garf of birth and class distinc tions. In Mr. Griffith's story these adven tures are carried right into the remoM tion. We see Henriette and the Che valier aa puppets of fate in the reign of terror, from which the gigantic Dan ton strives to extricate them. The cli max is one of the most thrilling ever Biased, not excepting Mr. Griffith's tee Jam rescue in Way Down East or th. ride of the Ku Klux tn The Birth of a Nation. Besides the thrills and the spectacular features, there are plenty of laughs. Creighton Hale aa Picard aad Lucille La Verne as La Frorhaxd fur nish the comedy, which is specially teresting to those familiar with the hu mor of the Latin nations. Hils ajMaamaaias. ri m mtjt mwtm fa waa I TAbstl si a. aa a nsliiili. ! SlsaXwaaaTiTlTi i i , ataTS I ssMasaof . i - k ; i 1 1 aa I Aa -i - .... . . ii - ;. ., t ... . - .'. . . - ; . - ... "- ' r -.. " G. Q. Eaa lor. H aL- La 'For safe jn thia eitw by Las A Oaaoad Co- G. G. Eaa lor. H M. - t Andrew sltLsxnjhfin, Ckasj. Oejusd Kzekttsg Shew la Tews a Mm S tread Today to Batarday. Crime waves have necentitated th. Invention , of many a modern anU-ewrg- Tar rfMfiA TAsvhanfti Mni la ItMftTe. affac!. tive than that which charges a safe with thousands of veils of electricity. The operation of one of these charge! safes is shown in The Face in tba Foe. a Paramount picture coming to tho Strand theatre today. The aceoe show ing the electric oafa is flashed oa last after Petrua. head ef a band of Bas siaa terrorists enters . Boston Blackia Dwms'j New Tork residence. Patron.- played by Iwks WoOtaba. holds up Biackle Dawson (Lionel Bar rymore) and demands tba royal Jewels of the eaar. Blackia is alow to obey, and Petrua the Cruel starts to tartars B tackle's wife. Only a weU-baJaaesd sad highly tal ented east could da fall yastto to suck a scenario, i and Cosmopolitan Produc tions has spared no expense tn bring-in r together the actors and actraseas wh mako this picture go felfr.' Lionel Barry -mora Is faatured as Blnckte Dawson; flaena' Owen piays the part of tlie Grand lwehass Tattana; Lowell Sher man ts seen as Count OrieS; Lou'4 WolheuB a Petrus the Cruel, aad a donea other farorltea make up the pc--sonneL , The Pace In the Fog fs a picture n--1 and unusual ia its Iheac, we;; OvCi and well worth seeinc Other sabjaots includa an ICducatlon al Cnristla oocsedy sntttlod Tba tttaosxe chaarr and a Eebmick Nnwi enmplates tne mil. CoBtinuctts how Saturday trota Ul. After a baby girl got too 'big ts yla with her toes aha begun to tirt.