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NORWICH BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 19ZZ
WILLIMANTIC Scranton. P., after spending the holiday 1 Mafcel Minor, female minor leading va NORWICH BULLETIN WUUseaatls OfflM fdWlWM 1MI A swlilnsfflsa ball ni rmln fell Thursday which eoTered Willimantic with a ubatance resembling coarse salt ind made travelling hard for vehicles and pedestrians. The storm also had its effect on the New Haven railroad and all trains prere from half to over an hour late In arriving at the railroad station. The storm oeased late In the afternoon and left the streets covered In real win ter f arb. DeWltt KlarsboiT, whe has conduct ed a market and grocery Btore on Main strvet. South Coventry for the past four teen years, has sold his business - to Ar thur R. Clark and Herman F. LeDoyt. both JOt South Covontry. Mr. Clark has been employed as assistant to George Uveal, manager of the 'Willimantic Grain company for the past four and one-half years and Mr. LeDoyt has hcen bookkeeper of the same firm for years. The purchasers resigned their positions Bator day of last week. The) AlHng Bobber company which con duota a string of stores In this state will slose its WlHImantlc store No. 713 Main Street, Saturday night. The stock is be ing removed from shelves and counters and packed by clerk to be shipped to various stores of the Ailing chain. The Pa&nik company will remove from the Cohen block to the vacated store on Jan uary 1. Btkta Policeman Fred T. Caron of the Stafford 8prlrtgs barracks was at the local police station Thursday to meet with applicants for motor vehicle drivers' Itoenses. Very few called owing to the stormy weather. A peculiar accident happened recently en the state Toad near Easleville when a horse owned and driven by John Mc Keman of Mansfield, slipped on the ice and broke Its spine. Mr. McKernan and Coventry. his son-in-law, Edward Slater made all sfforts to get the horse back on Its feet, but it was later found that its back was broken and the suffering animal was Ihot. The carcass lay beside the high way for a day and was carted off and buried Thursday. attend were: Mr. And Mrs. Frederick F. Verplanck and Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Holman of Manchester ; Misses Lucy, ana Jennie Chandler, Mrs. Charles Thayer and Arthur potter of Putnam; Mrs. Grace Dunn and Gertrude Martin of New York; Mrs. Fred Vaughn of . Worcester ; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Turner of Windsor ; Mr. and Mrs. Algernon Gallop of Center -ville, K. I. ; Miss Marguerite Bullard of Putnam; Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Lincoln of New London; Mrs. Walter Lathrop of Mystic; Allen B. Lincoln and family of Hartford and Mrs. Cora Little Hutchlns of Columbia: According to the morbidity report of the stato board of health which niclud- here. Mr. Sullivan is general repre sentative of the Atwood Machine com pany of Stoningtom and has his head Quarters In Bcranton, Pa. Attending the W. H. S. alumni reunion in this city were Mrs. Royal Webster of Hartford and Mrs. 'Asllne Ward of New ton. Miss Sybil Wilson, a student of Dean Academy is spending the holiday vaca tion with her parents in Scotland. Miss Lillian Ottenheimer is spending a few days in New York. Francis Ottenheimer of the General Electric school at Lynn, Mass., is spend ing the vacation with his parents in this city. Miss Marion Bass, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Edgar Bass, is visiting with Egbert In man of Windsor. Mrs. Charles Van Zandt of this city is entertaining Mrs. ,W. H. Furnlss of Cen- grant life; state vs. Lowell W. Joslln. slander; state vs. William H. Begar, forgery. New Cases State vs. C. F. Colcojd, selling quarantined cow; state vs. rrank B. Greene, cruelty to animals; state vs. William Kempf, theft; state vs. Joseph Moryisette, bribery; state vs. Bert K. Dow, non-support; state vs. Fred Cartier. theft; state vs. Stanley Tomkeit. incest; state vs. Otto Smith, cruelty to animals ; state vs. Theophile Gauthier, abuse of female child ; state vs. Frederick A. D. Beach, manslaugh ter ; state, vs. Wm. N. Whiton, operat uig motor vehicle when intoxicated; state vs. Howard Glawson and Richard Reardon, theft. Probation Cases State vs. diaries Koss, Jr., and Emil Nemic, statutory burglary ; state vs. Medoc Migneauu, statutory burglary; state vs. Wilfred ed all reports received before noon on 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Case entertained December 2C, there -was one case of scar- Mrs. Richard Hurst and daughter, Ellz lct fever In Willimantic . , abeth of Brooklyn, N. T., who came here Charles Golin has purchased a farm In j for the alumni reunion. Columbia and e expects to take It ' Miss Loretta Curran. is the guost of over in a short time. relatives in Stamford for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Stanton L. Briggs, who I Harold S. Maine and fan.ily nf Wind- recently announced their marriage, are ; hum have moved to 308 Feasant St. trai rails, it. who came here to attend i Breauit, statutory burglary; state vs, the W. H. S. alumni reunion I Annie Mieneault. theft : state vs. Felix andal, theft; state vs. William Timmins and Joseph Mori arty, theft. Miss Doris Willard 's wlh rienaa and 1 relatives in Providence for the week-end. The list ef rrimlno? cases for the Jnn- at home to their friends at the Ridges. At the time the Scenic theatre, was opened in 1907 Madame Pewsey was the pianist and she continued in that posi tion for several years. Her daughter LaBelle Lenora was the Illustrated singer in those years when il lustrated songs were the headline at- frnnfinn Willi nli-tiir nhnfg .n 1Q19 when the theatre was taken over by ! Continued Cases State vs Barnett C James H. Aspinwall and Levi Marshall, iiart- bribery; state vs Leon E. Doyle, Mrs. Orlando P. Smith was secured for reckless driving ; state vs. Fred Luz pianist and has since filled that position i vick. reckless driving; state vs. Frank with much success, under tha .various i Lynch, reckless driving; state vs. Ber- owners I nard p- Murphy. manslaughter ; Mr. and and Mrs. George A. Bartlett have returned to this city after several COLCHESTER The funeral of Mrs. Emma Stebbins was held at her home on Unwood avenue Wednesday at 2 p. m., Rev. W. O. Berck- raan officiating. .The bearers were My ron R. Abell, Elmer Foote. Edwin R. Gillette and Clayton ,G. Miller, members of Colchester grange. There was a large 6 M FARM TO FARMERS SERIOUS TROUBLE IN FIELD OF DISTRIBUTION. nary term of the Windham County sn-; number of floral pieces. The burial was perior court, which is to be held at Wil- in the family plot in Linwood cemetery. i mamic, witn ueorge E. riinman, j Rev. Mr. Berckman read judge, is announced as follows by Clerk Edgar M. Warner: (Written Specially for The Bulletin) There are farmers and farmers. Some of them are about as big-hearted and white-souled men as God has yet made. And some of them are about as jnean-hearted and ulcerous of soul as that same God suffers to live. Some are every whit as brainy, as rea sonable, as logical and as foreslgbted as they maid combine them in si crusade against the stove, that third party which is solely responsible for. sooting them both, they would, at least, show some in telligent comprehension f causes and ef fects, i To drop the figure of pots, kettles and stoves, why should producers and con sumers, both of whom are equally victims of a vicious distributing system, try to scratch each others' eyes out. Would it not show better Judgment and saner spirit to unite in art tacking from both state of Lebanon were callers In days spent in Bridgeport, Jew Haven, Hartford, New Tork city and SpringrieU Other members of the alumni of W. H. S. who attended the" reunion here Wednesday evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hahn of East Hampton ; Mrs. Medbury, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kinney of Mystic; Mrs. Elmer Spears of WetfieM, Mass. ; Mrs. Caroline O'Brien of New York, and Miss Sadie . White of South vs. Mrs. Benjamin A. Brown, theft: vs. Henry Woodward, breach of the , ne?Jay- peace ; state vs. William Kentile, viola tion liquor law ; state vs. Angelos Ku mas, frequenting gaming place ; state vs. Angelos Mustos. frequenting gaming -lnna. .. T .'..!. Tin.. .I.-, . state vs. James Brown, assault and in-' la"10ra .Wednesday toxicatlon ; state vs. Mar.iorie Potter, keeping dog without license ; state could be hoped for. And some are a .committal , mignty near u not Quite "morons," l. e. service. I adult men with the Intelligence of ten- Thfl funeral of "Rabbi Ti Levine was year-olds. held Wednesday at the Jewish synagogue Some are fairly prosperous, in good sides at once, the enemy which is rob on Lebanon avenue. The body was tak-: times or in bad. And some are always bins; both? wading the Slough of Despond, no mat- j A prominent statesman said, seme few ter whether times are hard or easy. years ago, that the most shamefully in- some OT them, as toe country saying goes, always fall on their feet, no matter how high they're blown up. While oth- en to New Haven for interment. The S. N. E. Tel Co. have a gang of men working on the lines in town mak ing repairs. Edward W. Jones and Irving Jones Important Notice Commencing January 1st, 1923 THE COLONIAL EXPRESS New York, New Haven & Hartford's popular daylight train will carry ' through sleeping car daily between BOSTON and ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. Leaving New London 11.40 a. m. Leaving Mew Haven ... 12.44 p. m. Leaving Bridgeport - . 1.23 p. m. Arriving Jacksonville 8.35 p. m. next evening, and at St. Petersburg, Fla, second morning 8.40 a m. Direct connection made at Jacksonville for all East . Coast Resorts. ONLY thru Florida sleeper with daylight departure from Connecticut points and morning arrivrl in Florida Make reservations now. . Consult your local ticket agent or SEABOARD AIR LINE RY. 142 West 42nd St. New York City Beaie ef the members of the alumni Albert E. (Circus) Greene has return ed to Indianapolis, Ind., afte? spending a few days with his parents. Mr and Mrs. Elmer Greene of this cuy. Frem Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs. Greene who has been coring for a sick relative, will return to Macon, Ga., . to the winter headquarters of the Sparks Shows with own Wed- , ers always tumble -on their noses, even . when they trio over a straw. Wooster Star chapter, O. E. S., held in brif. farmprs jua vprv .mu."H like their meeting m Masonic hall Wednes-' other folks, a mixture of all sorts, good, day evening. The officers for the en-. and indifferent; wise and unwise; suing year were elected v tnrifty and shiftless ; miserly and extrav- Miss Fannie Curgenvin returned to -,. in..u. .v,..iK to resume her i i studies in a business college in that I One siraetUnes thinks that the lees de- city, l-sirable and more disagreeable ones seem B. L. Lewis of New Lonton was a vis-'. to crowd the center of the state and ! Hot in town Wednesday. , make the most prominent plays before j Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Brown left their audience. It is perfectly self-evi-town Wednesday for a few days' visit dent that people usually take this sort as 1 1 - i , l , ll . . i T- Hill r-Vl! D Tlfoa TomRB anKU,&n,a4.4v.A a. V. i mW . 11 Baker, afcrase of tomaie cmiu, f jj-.-t t. i ..,... y, . ,., ' rAY VlTt0ansSaul?aUstLtf3v-e I Cotional Sunday school ' filnt whThaT" dSbai h"eT in a hut 'er SJJ- J,f.att n heM their Chrtetw" da? entertainment trade that he s a "typical" farmer. Of VS I adultery; state vs. Arthur Porier, as l sault and breach of the peace ; state vs Leo Bellevance, non-support ; state vs. Frank R. efficient funotionin our American life was the administration of our criminal la .I'll T .Wat . quainted with court technicalities to de- ', diameter ana . .... 'ypari asro whi oate. xt toey aeciae tnat tms statesman was right, then I insist upon it that the second most pitiful exhibition of incom petence, injustice and wastefulness is that of our distributing system. This in cludes all the processes and all the routes between the producers and the consumer, transportation, marketing, de livery, etc It doesn't mean simply the retailer, whom so many jiersiat in regarding as the only middleman," but allrthe innume- able tool-takers who stand along the road ' which the barrel cf potatoes or the bag of wheat must travel between the har vest field and the dining room table. the many beautiful trees that beautify Main street, when in full Mimin-.T foli age. They were Doin over two wet in were piantea over years ago when Deacon Keigvia lived there. The roots were pushing out the wall at uie street line, and also reazUlag to the uouse underpinning. GALES FERRY Allison Potter." assault, breach of the o'clock f Windham High school of various which Mr. Greene is connected. classes who came from out of town to 1 Otho Sullivan of this city returned to peace ; state vs. Bert A. Lewis, non- support; state vs. Casiener Ruszenas. violation motor vehicle law; state vs. Frank Greenman, kUlmg deer; state vs. Store iviurray s- ooscon Willimantic, Conn. Our Annual After-Christmas Sale OF Women's Wearing Apparel BEGINS THIS MORNING IT INCLUDES WARM WINTER WRAPS, COATS IN CLOTH OR FUR, SUITS, DRESSES, CHILDREN'S COATS AND SEPARATE SKIRTS, THIS SALE IS AN EVENT OF MORE THAN PASSING IKi cEST TO THOSE IN NEED OF WARM WINTER GARMENTS AT A BIG SAVING. ,. , STAFFORD SPRINGS John S. Arnold, age 81, a veteran of the Cicil war, died at Washington, D. C, Tuesday while on his way to Flori da. He leaves two sons, A. M. Arnold So far as I can undrrrttuid then, near ly all the nostrums which are being urged on congress are simply palliatives, aimed to relieve or conceal some symp tom. None of them reach or attempt to reach the cause. They are like trying to cure a consumptive by powdering oyer the hectic flush on his cheek, which is merelv a svmDtom off a ritsp&fiA 1n hin oi &pringneiu ana s. xj. aexiuiu wl aaui- auuui j a.vt ueaMf -uiey get tu tmy jnhx- lungs. yoke, and five daughters, Mrs. i'rank kets, to pass it off with a covert sheer. intelligent physicians nowadays waste Heck of Holyoke, Mrs. Frank Con- "They're always grumbling, nothing is man effort on symptoms. They seek nell of Sommerville, Mrs. Fred Sweet ever Just right for them." Indeed, it for the hiaden danger which symptoms and Mrs. Frank Woouworth of Spring- seems to he a rather common if not prsv- nniy advertise Thev trv tn rnnnnei- th Stafford Springs. He joined Company H, born to find fault, as the sparks to f.y 5th Connecticut Volunteers, , June 24, upwards, though they really aren't any worse off than other business -is. course this isn't fair. But perhaps it's Quite as fair as our own irritated asser tion, when some city dudelet with a gun has left the woods bars down and shot the family cat thinking it a rabbit, that this is "jest like city folks." It is also quite common for city people when they hear farmers .complaining Mr and Mrs. Hamuli L. PerklM, of the village. -. and Mrs. Amos Main entertained Mrs. Main's sister. Mrs. Walter Johnson. Jewett City, for the Christmas holi day. The Galrs Ferry Pinochle club played 'he first In' the series of frames with Uis Grotto Pinochle club of Norwich at (he Country club house here on Wednesday .evening. The score resulted In a tie IS I to 15 twelve players of each club mak- Christmas carols were sung on Christ- ing -up the contesting teams. Five games mas eve by gingers under the auspices of were played at each of the six tables, the Village Improvement association af- leRusha snd Miller, Bennett and Lester ter the close of the Sunday evening were the two highest teams of the Gales church service. The singers met at rerry Clut. each team running four of Covey's corner, their pilgrimage covering the five games. Lunch was served by W. the village where some of the homes had Fred Smith and Walter M. Buckingham, lighted candles in the windows, and down . The Gales Terry club will give a dance the Military highway to the residence of on New Year's hlf ht at the Country etui Mr. and Mrs. H. Singlewood Bisbing near Red Top, then making a detour to the home of Mrs. Hurlbutt and family, con tinuing to the home of Mrs. Henry W. Hurlbutt, thence to the village, where hot coffee and doughnuts were served them at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter U. Buckingham. A Chrisunag tree with Christmas exer cises was given in the vestry of the M. . church for and by the Sunday school oa Tuesday evening. There was a beau tiful electrically lighted tree with gifts 1861 and re-enlisted m 18b4. He was under fire at Winchester, Cedar Moun tain, Chattanooga, Chancellors ville, Gettysburg, Carrvill, Pallas, Lost Moun tain, . Gulp's Farm, Peach Tree Creek, sies of Atlanta, and was in Sherman's There's ne ase erring to argne wHh people who have got that bag in their heads. Show them a million -bushels of peaches rotting eo the ground because the famous March to the Sea. The body was tanner can't sell them for enough to pay brought here Thursday for burial in the Springs cemetery. Joel Eeed of Williston is spending a vacation in town. Attelio Tonon of Needham, Mass., was in town for the Christmas holiday. Miss Helen Chapin is visiting rela tives vin Staten Island. .....j . - , . i lor an me younger classes, a vieans source of infection, knowing that the v,T ,j L u7 ... ,,, . . , 1 program had been arranged by Mrs. V . cIusetirrerooved.al8aPPear D' Woodward, which Supt. C. E Co.ver was chairman of, and was as follows: Today the jaost grievoss sere 1 M piano prelude. Rev. T. H. Woodward of our economic system Is in this field of j Wappjig ; invocation, the pastor. Rev. W. distribution. It may .not yet nave de- D. Woodward ; song, Christmas BeU Are veloped into an incurable canoer, but it Sounding Clear, by school, with Miss is tending that way. Edith abel at the piano; recitations. A Yet economists and congressmen, sooth- I rhri.t r,mi Herman rhsu .nl wages of picking and basketing, and sayers and senators are fluttering about I Howard Chase; song. Silent Night, they'll shrug their shoulders and say the edges and trying to brush on soaoe ! g&ooi Em-Beth Bennett at the piano, that they guess he could find a way if talc powder here or stick a Bit of ; Dorothy Birch impersonator ; recitation. BALLOUVIUE Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Leonard are en tertaining their oaughter, Miss Etmel Lsonara.of 'i'arrycown, N. T. he wasn t so dum lazy, show them irre- I court-plaster there, to cover up for a futahle statistics proving that the firmer -.moment the external evidence of the in haa to pay an average of $1.77 for things ternal gangreiie. lie used to buy before the war for SI. I ,.n l while he can get hut $1.0 for the crops radicals" and want to be regawk.4 as j he used to sell for si. ajid thsv'lJ rAtnrt r, i .v.- v, j u . .. ' - V v,iua iiwKttyt. ui olh, ucun-in. , that they themselves have to pay double are the most inept and most fuUle of the for rents and fuej and food and clothes, juy bunch. And they'll think this a crushing answer. jt Isn't 'Radical" or drastic" .treatment Tber west so on ' aad admit that ' wnicn 18 wanted. It is simply common- miss Grace jjuaenoerry of Brooklyn, they're being paid double wages to en-lsense PP " a broom. Christmas, Howard Chase; song. Shep herds of Old, school; recitations. The Little Lieht. Helen L. Colver: Christmas ! Selection. Margaret 8. Colver; Sly Santa Clans, Richard Chase ; song, - Star of JEWETT CITY Warm Winter Wraps Coats AT VERY GENEROUS REDUCTIONS Women full length Coats, blackand navy, formerly I1950-3AI.E PRICE $730, rVomen's plain or fur-trimmed Clotb Coats, formerly 125.00 SALE PRICE $9.50. Women's 4-ineh long, plaid back Sport Model Coats, formerly $25.50 and 1 25 .CO SALE PRICE 14.98. VERY SPECIAL One lot of Women's Cloth Coats, consisting ef Velpur, Broadcloth. Bolivia and Nor, - . mandie, in black, navy, brown and surento, plain or nutria trimmed, regular $23.50 and $3Z5Q SALE PRICE t1?0. Women's plain or fur-trimmed Coats, In Bolivia, Pan- dore and Marvella Cloth, were $350 SALE i PRICK 2230. Women's Normsndie and Bolivia Coats, large. loose sleeves, blouse backs, collar and cuffs of Beaver, " Opossum, snd Skunk nsvy, black, tsuoe and sur nto, wejre f4B4X SALE PRICE $29.50. BETTER QUALITY COATS and WRAPS Women's Costs of fine quality Normandie and Shaw sheen, two of the mo;; attractive ef winter ma terial, fur-trimmed, were $59,00 SALE PRICE - $39.00, - , : . Women's Wrappy Costs, in Marvella and Normandie, . ' collar and cuffs of 8o.uirrel, Skunk, Caracul and Beaver, loose snd wrappy models, were $69.00 SALE PRICE- $47.50. , ' - Women' Coats, in Genora, Marvella and Pandora, Beaver, pollar and cuffs, war $85.00 SALE PRICE Women's better grade Coats, in Panvelaine, Genora and , Marvella Cloth, sollar and cuffs of fine quality . Ba"er and Skunk, were 9SX0 SALE PRICE ; - ' AFTER-CHRISTMAS SALE OF DRESSES in this assortment will be found dresses for street wear, evening wear, and other dressy occasions, tn such materials as, Russian Crepe, Spanish Lace, .Taffeta, Satin Crepe, Canton Crepe, as well as the ' evar popular Peirat Twill, and Sturdy Serge crown, navy, cocoa ana black . REGULARLY $1630 SALE PRICE $11.50 REGULARLY $25.00 SALE PRICE.... $16.50 REGULVLY $29.00 SALE PRICE.... $19.50 REGULARLY $33.00 SALE PRICE $25.00 SEPARATE SKIRTS Separate Skirts, in plain or plaited models, in navy, black, fancy strioes and plaids also in fine French Serge, Poiret Twill, Prunella, Fancy Ratine and oiripsa cpo rge ! N. - is suanuinir tne noiidajts wuh her able them to meet high priceei while the eoufain, Airs. James Cornell. ' :uer, wno nas to gaan nis income from I Miss Abbie fray, wno is a student what he sells, is getting practically no ' at tsay f atn Institute,' Sprmgfield, Mass., increase of income with which to meet his is vising at the home of ner parents, Mr. I enlarged outgo. .nri Mrs. George H iTajr. I H would be amusing if It were hot so I Mr. and Mrs. William H. Cook and vrrunina- xo near some oj me disputants automatic tellers in the schools, and at son, Naman Cook spent the holidays with on hoth sides, especially those who write the close of the term last week these Jewett City relatives. jto various western papers, setting forth sums were found to have been placed tn I Miss iiautrice 'Simmons, R. N.,- of ' their own complaints and usually pooh- the tellers, all in mall coins: Riverside i Boston, Mass., has been the guest of her Poohing those of their antagonists. That Grammar school, 473.S6 ; Voluntown, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Simmona. j Wnd of interchange i going .on almost $189.63 ; , Glasgo, 12l.l; parochial j Bailouville school closed the fail term all the time in one or another ot the news- school, J4J.06; i. C Savings bank Friuay last, with Christmas eiercses and papers published In such clMes as Detroit, . 121.0 ; amounting to $842.60. ' a Cnristmas tree. The principal. Miss Chicago, Cincinnati, Toledo, Kansas City, Dr. Hugh Campbell will he at the Red Grace uick, is spending the holidays at etc ( I Cross room this Kriday) morning at her home in Putnam, and Miss S. Jioise Shelton, of the first grades is at her home in Maiden, Mass. The school will , resume sessions January second. ! The regular meeting U the oaHon yjlle Ejrworttt league was -omitted Sunuiay eyening. The evening was given over to the production at the Attawaugan M. E. Bethlehem, school ; recitations by Til He Kleuas ; In Lucie, Richard Latimer, fol lowed by Earl Coman and Douglas Fabcl, J. Edmund Norman, Jr., Santa's Age; Just Like Santa, Margaret Parker; A Christmas Dilemma. Eleanor Smith; When Santa Claus Is President, Helen DoRusha, and one by Joseph JJcRusha, followed by a recitation by Rev. Truman If. "Woodward of 'Wapp'ng; closing song. r.. .,. i. , Marry, Jir. iock. i.iEm vjrnea on out ed, the Jewett City Savings banks placed I "t.16 li6. "i, " After some delay he appeared la bis red suit and white beard. He carried huge baskets of bags of candy, giving one to every person present, tianta also gave the gifts from the tree in a manner which with his quick repartee caused much merriment. Santa came quite a distance, from Wapping, and Id real life is known as Rev. Truman Woodward. He was thanked and received three cheers from the audleaoe. Before closing the eelebra- house. The nostoffice Is to be discontinued si ATlyn's Point with the coming of the new year, as the resignation of the postmis tress, Mrs. P. h. Norman, has been ac cepted by the authorities In Washington. The mall' service for residents in that lo cality will be transferred to the R. F. D. route No. (, Norwich, which now coven a large section of Ledysrd, and will b extended now as far south as the resi dence of Wallace V. Korcroes on the Military highway. Judge Lucius Brown and Mrs. Brows; . with party from Norwich, motored to tht village and were callers at the home of Mrs. Brown's uncle, Noyes B. Allya, oa Tuesday afternoon. Dudley C. Perkins left the place Wed- ' nesday to spend some days at the horns of Mrs. Perkins uncle. Byroa A. May nard. in Anthony, R. L The service of story sad song, la Quest of the King, will be. given In the M. . church on .Sunday evening. Dec. St.- rfevr Tear's eve. by an augmented choir. TBU' win precede the speaking of CterpUln ' Ernest Lee Ackiss of the -nbmarine base, '' who has kindly arranged to be ' present. The service will assnnur the form of a watch night service, and during thr r cm lucnt refreshments wilL be served. 0m fwuer at la MichiMu. tmr in. 16.34 to 4ioM a free tuberculosis clinic. tance. writes to his paper that Thedct nurse. Miss Leydea wUl have I ZZlZntS PerTi, " uvii!uc- ob, so tar." ; r " .presented Rev. W. D. Woodward, (he as finances ace concerned, than farmers. Ashland club house was a (owe of : 'LaUr ith . ' led velo- ooninr because they're getting about the same festivity as day Christmas. 188 Oiadren ! J; jfa " from TotaT wages as in 120, while, the purchasing tnm the families of the operatives ftflf BelSl. power of their dollar Is greater. This, i Joyed a Christmas tree la the afternoon " euddardL -..- lrriur,d last contends, Is exactly the opposite of the hd an ntertatonaent Saa Claus was ;-,. Jl , Groton -mi. drivinr church of the cantata. The Snephcro's farmer's case, who isn't gettlag- one-half tbe big feature and he evidently enjoy Story. Those who were in the chorus were, Mrs. B. C. Wood, Mrs. James Cor nell, Mrs. William Kinder and Miss Flor ence Statt; sopranos, Mrs. Ellen WJJen, Misses Mary B. MacConnell, Ruth E. Young and Mildred Keene ; contraltos, B. F. Leonard and Hector MacConneil ; ten ors and Key. J. W. Carter and William ed himself as much as the chlld.-e.-i. He was an unusual Santa, for he greeted I as much tor his crops as to ti20. while the purchasing power of his dollar hasn't increased to er pereecUble decree. rtrereupoB -city wage-earnw retorts Jeh. Every child receive a gift. There to this farmer that he does not seem to was violm and piano duet by Helen and Know what' he's talking afaoat ; tnat -m Odna Dugas, and a minstrel sketch by fact the city man's dollar will purchase Theodore RaiUe and Lloyd Jarvis as end -in rood, clothing and rents very irttie , wen ass -reauce oase, une weiiare sj to work on his motorcycle, when he eras run irJLO by a Ford car and was thrown from the motorcycle, and suffered a the children in French, Polish and BS- ! lj .Z 'i.v.n iih kw, .wm . Tk. !" .takn 10 Lawrence Memorial hospital, where be sow is, and Is doing as well as caa be espected under the ciroumstaaeeB. Carpenters hegaa refia)r work eo the roof of the house of Monett B. Lawson In Kinder, basses. Miss Margaret MaoCoh l .K any njore Jhan in W, with prices go- j rector, as iatertoevtor. The esd men's the ijODt ove district, which was re- AFTER-CHRISTMAS SALE OF ' Fur Coats and Neckpieces 40-inoh Kolinsky Marmot Costs, lane Raccoon collar and euffm, war $139.00 SALE PRICE $89.00. . 40-lneh Plain Marmot Coats, self collar and cuffs, were $125.00 SALE PRICE $79.00. 40-ihch Mar Mink Coats, all let out skim, were $179.00 , SALE PRICE f i.Cu. 33-lrtch Muskrat Coats, iaros Raccoon collar and cuffs, war fisu.uu Ai.t Kniun. ssb.ikj. . 40-tnoh Raccoon Coats, all dark Minnesota Skins, large self collar and cuffs, 3-border bottom, were $250.00 SALE PRICE flS.ug. 43-Ineh Bay 8eaJ Coats, were $139.00 SALE PRICE $73.00. '. v 40-inch Hudson Seal Coat, "Dyed Muskrat," ' large collar and eutts. with bell-shaped cutis, were $39UXV SALE PRICE $1&9.00. 40-Inch Frenoh Saal Coats, self eollar and cuffs, were 51ZS.00 OAUfc rICE ysa-oo. 40-inch French Saal Coats, cellar and cuff of natural black Skunk or Siberian Squirrel, were $198.00 BALE PRICE v'-UW. Fur Neckpiece of imitation Opossum, Squirrel, Jap Mink, Beavar, Marten, Raccoon and Fox, at a big reduction. 9 4JSO QUALITY $ S.SS QUALITY $ 6.98 QUALITY $ tSO QUALITY $10.50 QUALITY 12$0 QUALITY $13,88 QUALITY ..MOW $ 355 . NOW $ 4.50 NOW $ 550 . NOW $ 6.50 . NOW $ 7.50 . k NOW $ 930 . NOW -$1050 neU accompanied the chords and Elmer .ing np ccmtinaaSy I Sheik costusaes were gorgeous, and the c. wood was me reaaer oc ine evening. Tie jrrouoie wan our country urotn- i m" w p- m. mmm. m kok r(iim Fo'Jowing this, ail present gathered put- i ers," he goes on s that they think city pWr ones, M wae repeated la the siae the church and some of the fceauti- : wage workers get jnuch higher wages evening at the dance. Morey's a-rehc-scra ful old carols were sung, HevTJ. f. Cart- Jthan jthey do et. .aad they have no con- furnished the ssueic. Every woman anem er leading the carol singers. . iceptlon of how much it costs to live in her the club received a gift and cigars Mrs. Edward Heselton has been enter- i the cities. They Jose sight, too, of the w the men. tt was the Ug- tainlng her mother and sister from Low- i fact that the .city wage earner is much " Asbiand club has ell, Mass, j of the jOaae anemployed and that when to seen since its organization. John Z. LaheJle and A. K. Simmons mo- 'aets a tew dollars ahead tha aurnliu is The New Harea railroad) la gettiag so tored to Providence yrdaesday of last J wvaHy cossamed la these periods of son- 1 mjjy knocks these days that a Jearett' w-dnesday. week. lewtoyment" . i City smuj anwws to rep sometciag on 1 Mrt gmeon Fish of PeJTJomoc BrMire William Eatittf. who is installing ma- I To fortify tW snaa'a eoateatloa a dsy the other aide to the way of aLsk rail-1 WM visitor at the bane of Mrs. Del- chinery at the BaUou mills spent '.the or two later A ctty Housekeeper" eat fwawa. lphine Ptah Wednesday. WEST KINGSTON The entertainment and Chrietmas "trW was very enjoysiile to all present at tb eehoolhouee last Wednesday afternoon, A treat of apples was glt'en to an pres ent. The children all had oranges and sandy. The tree with the decorations and presents looked beautiful. Kvery scholar had at least one present. The treat was furnished by the teachers. Mrs, Carrie r". Brown and Miss Belle Wilbur. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Watson nan a Christmas house party Monday.' Those present were J. J. Cottrell and family. . C. T. CottrelL broth and father of Mr. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Monty and P. A. Money of Exeter and Mr. emit bt Massachusetts. Mrs E E. Kenyoh- called on rthUti-ef at TTaquepaugh Monday afternoon, & C. Webster, Jr.. pf Westerly visitel relatK-es here Monday afternoon. Fk-ed K- Craodall and family of King stca spent Monday with Mrs. CraadaU'f parents. Dr. and Mrs. Kenyon.' Mrs. Mary McElroy attended chnrctt sit Wakefield Christmas morning. Mr. aad Mrs. C C. Kenyen and so Kormaa of Peacedale vhrifed friends bars ' Christmas day. Fred Loess oc Meter was a eauer aera afoaday. A mo. H. Kenyoa and soa Harris ot Provldeneo spent Sunday with his par es U. Dr. aad alie. Kenyoa. J. L. Briggs snd wife spent Cfcrtstraat with arieads out of town. eently damaged by a ebamwy lire, on Wednesday of this week. The roof will be repaired completely and a new sky l'ght window put ta. The house was In sured. Miss Sarah T tatimer returned Wed nesday fTom a Christmas visit with rela tives in New London. Mrs. John B Lathrop of Best View was a guest of the Misses Porey la the Tillage week end at his home In Boston, Mass. PLUSH COATS " V MODISH GARMENTS, PLAIN OR FUR- TRIMMED. GREATLY REDUCED W-inch full Jepgth Silk Plush Coats, large eiza, were SMJF.WU cv rnivt 5i.ou. 40-inch Pico Pluah Coats, were $25.00 SALE PRICE flS.50, . . ; 40-inch Blaek Plush Coat, collar and cuff ef fine quality caracul, were $39J0O SALE PRICE $275p. 40-inch Black Silk Plush Coats, lame Raccoon shawl collar, were $45.00 SALE PRICE $29.50. 45-inch Fine Silk Pluh Coats. Skunk collar and cuffs. were $S9.00SALE PfttCE $39X. , " T iXfi rwss fs.i?- the editor her views. -They were -chiefly Train 6b. the watereory ana rf w Mr and Mrt E. Klcfasrds rnter- eemawed (n a avail ahout the high frt r eapreaa over up suaiase aivmoo, Wnei at dinner on Christmas their rom ot potatoes, flrhlch uba had to buy Miy a lft Boston la a Winding mow atom ln.Uw daughter. Mr. aad Mrs. Carl peck at a SUne. For this ahe Hin t hes- ; Thursday afternoon at 1.30 five minute B iwmu ui rmlav daughter Heater "Uato to Kiajna H to- I lat. In two hours aad flftecsr Bainule II-. Uk u. T -mm: .K.r I nereapea (arer Me a bek i"""!1"" trm 71 tb" 'r.ru,i'h. George E. Lawson. now of Mystic bm in gbort erder with an answer ts this ' r.L T..!. . . " ' i formerly naiion agem si me- usies rerry rallrosd station lor attar years, whh Vra. Blchards brother, J. Paul Bat- ..iTT ,,Mv . iiL -w- Jewett City depot On account of a atop tiier usi to h7e i irWenThe, hT- g Norfolk Masand a Unhts wait iiMBd worked Yor . irorj ict. rv-,. at Putnam, the train was late, but 4uring ths time it was moving, the 85 miles nonV S2,,t Ihl, ... mrrr, , . n I,. , ' KWICKERS ; I Knickers, In Tweeds and Corduroy, oray. brown and reindeer to close out at the following 'prices: ' $3.75 QUALITY SALE PRICE $i9$ " J$450 QUALITY ..4 SALE PRICE $325 $58" QUALITY SALE PRICE $4.50 CHILDREN'S COATS REDUCED Children's Coat vin Plaid Back, Sport Models, Valour, With fur collar, and Chinchilla, navy, brown and rei ndeer- . ' . - $ 40 QUALITY $ SJ8 QUALITY . $ 750 QUALITY ....... ' $10.50 QUALITY $1358 QUALITY WiUi$ Auto Express " WILLM ANTIC OFFICE. 31 Church Street ' Phone 1062 NORWICH OFFICE 118 Franklin Street PfaAiw W2 NEW LPNOON OFr-ICE 8 Bank Street PJione S23-2 Round Trips, Mon,' Wad. and Fri. ed on it and worked tt ever since. So, she think she knows both aides of the problem from personal exoerieacs. Tak ing up-the matter of potatoes, lust as a thirty-five seconds to the mile- Making an allowance for the stops ths train made, there were points were the engine driver Mt op from 71 to Tt niies an hour. Ths maa says all the New Haven sample, ah aska IC "City Housekeeper- ,UDUr' .f" ",.: "7 CT ' know, that the farmer ha to buy eortl-, "ZZTi ZZm JSSi faa ai -d ,ita unphb.nit Ttw iria wanted oa Foster wind- wage to anskiUed labor, plow, plant, , era. Apply A. B. Buriesop ft 9ow adv. them to rket an4 sell thei tor ! penU fy "d a bushel? ' . i of tha state, a roe Does '-City Housekeeoor" know - she'. ow Clerk John THE HUKTEAU AND BOSSE CQRIV HOUSEHOLD FURNISHJMQS . FUNERAL DIRECTORS AN mail ajesia... tB Main Street, Wiliimantiei Conn, r-nsas rfj' : . . SALE PRICE $ 3.49 SALE PRICE $ 425 SALE PRICE $ 5.50 SALE PRICE $ 7.93 SALE PRICE $1050 HE H. MURRAY CO. JAY M. 5HEPARD : Succeeding Fjimtr 4k SHapard Funeral Diractor & Embalmer 40-62 NORTH ST. Lady Assists r&, WILUMAN.TIC TaL Caaaaetiea Kifioiirey Bros. FUNERAL ERECTORS AajO EMBALMERS 16 Un!r St Phon 29C Witlimsnile. Con (Lady Assists nU Mrs lBam Johnstoa Haves tows to- wwier ui otner parts guest of relatlsa. JV.IrS. t Does "City Eousekeepor" know . shel w . "..." .7..,,. wonders, thai other MlcMgan farmer. rZi i.H jT. wUI picked, sorted aad haaled their best itLiaod 'WitUman. winter apples t market and had to sell Ji? ?r 9misali Wniimantle. Dees Vtty Beasekeeser bw, h. jn-toa. will be missed. goes oa, taat aoter faraasrs let aatoia , paith Chanter. No. 12. f). 15. wtll loads of erart rot oa the trees or suulcr ; .ntertain . Danlelson and Rebecca, ehaar them, "pet (er bust of desire to aetl them ters as its guesU ea Batarday. when a bat beoaase It woqU bare aost xaere to . rpecU, roMtu,( wttl be. held to, Maaoalc hire saeete pick .aad track ; theat be tosm A wW foUow Vad at I thaa they would- base sold for there r I AVJock the followinr officers whi We m- The average farmer- sb adds point- I .,.nj. Wnrtk, natron. Marrv tertaa of Lone Beach, Calif. Mr. and Mr. Monett S." Lav son of Vtmt Cove entertained - at dinner oa Christmas day Mrs. Lawson' s pa rests. BOLTON NOTCH Him Cadi Howard frost Hew Tark if a holiday visitor at her ssotber's, Mrs. Minnie Howard. George Miller of Philadelphia was a guest of Mts. M. E. Howard, tfinat ssas. ' Clifford Grtaaold cams back frem Flor ida Friday. , M. W. Howard was a Hartford nstts mday. W. C Mo was In Hartror KaturAay. Charles Howard of Maaehear Oreel was a guest of hsi father, U- W. ITwar4 Friday. - . ' - Sassurt Woodward, who Lm beea Ci, U able to be out- . - P refuser arrasMi W. Jrkka, ef Kssj ' Tork, who was a member of sear mission of experts Invited by the Oer jsaa government to consider measure wvln M . aught taks for stshlllsatlon of the soark, oallrd oa-Presidsat Harding - ani die- ' eussed the Buropeaa finne'al snaach ' edly. Is aet rich eaagh to bring his product to the . ssarketahle stage and then let tt rot Jaet for spite." . , x -And ae the thne goes ea, day after day, in first one paper and then another. The pot seems real vexed ta ae how black the kettle Is, aad the kettle Is sure the pot needs good scraping outside and Inside. ,; The mast potable ehtag about phe dis pute, as it squabble along fa these M. Brewster; worthy patron, Frank C Goring ; associate matro. Mrs. Ethelle Park hurst ; 'secretary, Mrs. Mary Cbsaey; treasurer, B, F. Cheney; conductreas, Mrs. Isabella jBlair; Msociats conduc tress, Mr., Marie Ballon; chaplain, M'.s Iwabelle Robertson ; marstial, Mrs. Marg aret ta Muan : organist, Mr. Dorothy Post; atar.afiss Mabel Kanahan, Mis Bernlce Wolf, Miss Bessie Thompson, western papers and aa you and I hear it, ' Miss Sadie Thompsea, Mrs. Marion Hill; warden, Mrs. tug morn toe; ssaunei. sir. Jamea Buur. Daniel O ago on, the owner ot the Dee cob Keigwin ptopeity at tha corner of Mala and Moule streets has been abliged to ant two of tha large haaflaora aoapits in his front yard. These trees were a decided addition" to viva yoce, in our oara aeighbornsode, is that pot and kettle should both-. try take It out 'in humping each ether, and neither should ever stop to swear at the smoking stove which blackens them both, impartially. . . . : - If, instead of dissipating their ener gies In futile 'sasotngs" of each other, i97tk dividend; Norwich, Conn,, December .16, 1922. ... The Directors of this Society have dechred out of th earnings of the current six months, a semi-annual (Jivlder4 at the rate of Four Per Cent, ptr annum, payable ttJ de positors entitled thereto on and after January 15th, t ?: . And also a SPEOAL THRIFT ENCOURAGED DIVIDEND of Twenty-five Cents on each account ; nifl ir KrtrtVc InVfln rtnf rut rVirtl VitMrv h -f t e-t- r Automatic Telle System, and outstanding January tst. wis. This Special Thrift dividend is paid without cost to Jhe Society, ' - . - Deposits made on or before Friday January $th will b$ en titled to interest or dividend from Janviary 1st : - The Nonvicb Savings Society (A Purely Mutual Saving Bai--4iKorpcftti ItZi) 1: )"..