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I ssusjse mim Lisa 4;-S ^i-'-: i Jii5 Jl^fFosi^ r setti: ll^tir rtdnigiit "aHd ; ,Friday, -ptffiWdedVb^^ dmm!rM::X coaBt. ,1,™™^. . --,. ... 3& '-.'•'.v.; - '. •• . •-".' •• •• 7.. -:': -W;v/:--'• • • • •sSxJ1 ~ .- , t a r T H a MP SO NY ILLm OT.tT H U R S D AY, J USE 3, 1 9 15 S«>VSMg- -• • :M-is '-v. NO FORMAL CHARGES QNLpTA|lA€ARGO • .OTffi-V-'.••'•. ' . GET SIP REAL GOVERNMENT v> • '-' -*;• •• •*"• Unlfe^ States Cannot Stand Indlf- ' i'erently-y- and Do Nothing to Save vjf- .«Ilh^lis Neighjbor"—Mexican.; Lead-if,: $ • - - - May .FaU»-v ''•'-•.' -• • ':* • . ..Washiii a ringing. IP*' • '' ... dedajratioii^ that' ndmittfefl of no ques-.. %i-Z'S<~-i:':'?-r.'-: :r^ ttofi:-^^lSent Wilson"'nailed on the Wj^gfe^viW^M^faiy'lreybiuttou'- to $»•;a3<]|i)t>some means .of ^fidl^i^^ ^tolei'afalo conditions that fiave"wekftt«d' in the republic for so Washington;^ :Itine 3;—Affidavits -regarding. the cargo1 oi»armament of the Lusitania. have not* yet. been ^received ; at/the state deportment v.r Disregarding the usual j-uie'that pub-lished reiiortsr not emanating from the state department will hot be.coinmeut-ed on at the department, Secretary _Bryah made the flat'stalement that no one connected with the department has" received any in^drmiitirii tania \vab arfned oi^ th<it ,a -Inrge cW iiigtiment of "furs" rejior^ed to be x-ar- ,ried on the Lusitania were au ieaiifcy case8,ofpicrlcacidc•onsignedtoLiyel•- pool to. be. jiWed iii thfe manufacture pf c-xpioslves; . •: ••:. - , • V;' vA V Unless charges are filed with the department in the proper, manner-'tbnt the manifests of the goods carried on the Cunarder .were false, officials here will be bound to accept the list con-msrnm: SSjfte ALL FIRE, SEWER DISTRICT iE-ELECTED^ many^e&rs.. , i cannot stand'" Indifferently by and do nothing to save their neighbor;" The stAtemeht however, did not outline the • „bh«5^.Policy of this government if the warn |-">:^^^^^ '^-was not heeded.'--"' * '"•^raf^^g'^^e',!tert of the warning follows: s "For; more thanYtwo 'years:rrevolu- ;' • tionary conditions "have existed in Mei- ^ct'' Tbe!pu»pose of the revolution was - to rid'Mexleo of men who ignored the i' constittitlbn of the republic' and used v thet-power iff contempt of the rights £ o f ^ l t s p e o p l e , a n d w l t l i t h e s e p u r p o s e s ; the peopje of the United StatesT?insti'uc- ^ ^ flvely: and generously sympathized. - f-'- • "Put- thfe leadlers of the revolution in i S - - . ' h o u r - ; o t t h e i r s u c c e s s h a v e disagreed ^aiid turned their arms mm ift'galnst; one another, all professing the \ ' Same Objects- They are nevertheless ? ;; ' - 4^- '' unatte " or- unwilling, to co-operate. A 5 ' #aSi*.v:& - pro ;r,"- - & c ^;7\,rv 1MI'' llefusse To Compete. ^ 'rife Father Mathew Fife^'aiid Orum Cqrps; are very much disappointed overvthe continual refusal ot the Sacred Heart Drum Corps "of Springfield to. enter into a competitive ^faric^.' drilling demonstration with ifhem at the. Moose pelebration In Hartford on Saturday, June;'19tli. The "Mats'' are confident they will beat the ''-Home City" boys and are using every effort to get th^ Sacred Heart Corps .fo enter the contest, The tv&> corps have, met in such contests during, t^e past years and each has a victory to its credit. «• S : s• ..•••i .;: ; 1 '*rf: ANNUAL BANQUET AND REUNION; Reports. Well'^itjocivwl and RecoUt~ - mendation^. > ^'c^-'iOhief ~ AVilliam .. J Hines Adcpt-etl-—lleports Toy Be Printed fh ttio Future. V. Tlie: Thompsonville. Fire * District held its . annual meeting Tuesday evening in Casino Hill, which was largely attehded by the voters of. the district. Fred R: Furey was chosen chairman and John F. Cavanaughj clerk. '• ;•:••' >•:•'. ••/•'. Tho reports of' the several diprfpt officers ' for the past" year wefSj'^p-provsd. The treasurer's report Show ed total receipts for tlie" year of ?^;2S6".47' -andexpenditures of ?2,- 04D.C4, ^leaving u balance in the treasury of $1,236.83., This is ;de-posited as follows:r Thoinpsonville MEMORIAL DAY Sgp^MPSONVILLE tw&SlB 5-: j , " " " T't '.v- -• Complete Local News Fooodonlyia The Press. V0L. XXXVI. NO. msssaas^^^''^0„®0^u^°n JnJSisht. -'•'solution^ of her tragical troubles than .' fllie was when the revolution was first kindled, arid she has been swept by civil war. ns if by fire. Iler crops are destroyed, her fields lie unseeded, her work cattle are confiscated for the use of tl?e nrm«;it factions, her people flee to the mountains to escape bein drawn into unavailing bloodshed, and no mnii seems to sec or. lead the. way peace and settled orders There is no proi>er protection eitlier for her own citizens or-for: the citizens of other nations resident-'and at work within her territory. .Mexico is starving iind with- -.<j. -- vout a goveruuiont, . .. thos6' clrcun^stances Mic people . ^id. government, of the Uhfteil States >-"V- r" caimot stand indtfi'crently liy.anddo nothing to serve their neighbors. Tln-y , want.nothing, for themselves, in Mex- :-v<. •'" - J ico. Least of all do they desire to set- - *•' - . tie her Affairs for her, or claim niiy. I'ifjht to do so, but neither do "they 'p'i... ,,;Wisl» to see utter rnin come upon herK ' 1" - and they deem it their duty as friends 7* - ' and neighbors to lend any aid they _ * ' properly can to -any instrumentality r^' „ ^ ,.v which promises to be effective in bring- ~4ng about a..settlement wliicli will em- '• hody the real objects of the revoUitlon ' —constitutional government and .the frights-of the people.. • ' " ' »• Mexicans Sick at Heart. , .'m '"Patriotft-'.M'exl To Be .Held in Hazard Hail ,J^y_ tlie ^;^Aluinni Association.^^ . Plans, for the annual banquet anC ^ Ass6ciattott~o^ jLhe-SRfloW High' school ;ifero^WadSe* Tfhur^day eVeniliik at a; meeting; at the home; of, the chairman, Miss Ethel Mi barling of North Main street. The affair is to be held in Hazard Hall Tavern Thursday evening June 17 th. It was voted 'to select a person from eachx class to attend to the sale of tickets to the other members of his or her class, agents having been sel'ected for each class from this years' to that of 1879. - Attorney H. Willis. Kiiig and Attorney Charles, J. Fooler \v6re .appointed a -sub-committee on speak-j. ers. ' ; :' .*• The musicaY program will, be' iii charge of George E.. Allen of Haz-ardville and copies of. tlie school songs, adapted-to popular airs, .will be provided for each guest. ' JOHN I'. CAVANAUGH Elected Clerk and Treasurer. Hartford Mexicans are sick at heart S^^xiBjKhsfrnd will presently- hate as much •oun-between "It'is-tiuie. therefore, that the gov •' ernment of the United States siuiuid' .jfraiikly; shite the policy which -in these ®p^#aS^?^S>?;extraordinary, circumstances it IVe-comes: its duty to adopt. ' It must pres-has not hitliertis ddue to do—lem^its active - y.?w ... "moral support to some man or group itfeni:.if,'such may-be' found,' who i • ••• .iB^&-^g^K-yon«P|,awwn »i me rcpuouc so long m • abfeyauce and set up a government at i;ry';\^Mmiily call upon the leaders of factions J.Meideo .to act, to act"together"auA '-^-''^,N.:'.''^^^pto.'-'act promptly for the relief and re- /!'-? .'^^as^demntton of their prostrate country. ffeel it to be my duty to tell them w they caimot accommodate their . v ' -differences aud unite for this great purpose, wlthlii a very short time this ' : ^; srovernui'ent will be constrained to de-s ^cide What means should,be employed " ' . ' by the United States hi order to help , ' Mevit'O ^aye> hei'self and serve her peo ,..1 it'/ . to Villa, ||g; jPft^p, Teic.;; June 8; — A^Mthd! A^USon'a Jnbter/the^obrtfgwn Hr'-- -f/' ^ Leary Family Reunion. The Leary, family formerly of Scitico, held its semi-annual family reunion and dinner Memorial Day at Hazard Hall Tavern, Enfield, Ct., after,; which the entire party, numbering 30, went to the family estate in Scitico, Ct., now occupied by Miss Leary. Those present included^ Miss Mary Leary, -Mr. and Mrsv F. P. Leary, Miss Ethel Leary and Atty. George Leary of Scitico, Atty. Daniel E. Leary, Mr. and Mrs. R. V;N. Hayes, Dr. and Mrs. William C Leary and their sons, William, Jr., and John, Mr. and Mrs. John - C. Leary and their sons, Paul and John, and Mr. • and Mrs. Fred Munyan, all of Springfield, Dr. and Mrs. John F^ Dowling" and children, Claire, Leo and John, Jr., of Hartford, Ct, and Atty. .jT. A. Leary of White Plains, N'.. :i" :. Starlights Wing Game.. Last Saturday the Starlights defeated :the Soutli School sixth grade by a score of 25 to 14. The batteries for the Starlights were Plamon-don and White, and for the Soutli School, Creelman and Dixon. The features of. the game were the three-baggers made by G. White, T. Plam-ondon and W. Furey. The Starlights will challenge any team of their own size to a game. Address to Willard H. Furey, 89 Spring street, Thomp-sonville. - AXjoather Coindltions Ideal—No Flaw '.Observance. ^ach.. passing year sees some depletion in the ranks of our veteran soldiers, "ahid "tliO Samuel Brown Post, G. A. R. now numbers but thirty active members. Of these twenty .took, pait in the. Me-morial Day exercise^ Monday. " •' Weather .::conditens could not have been "more" favorable, the sunshine being ;^right^ but not oppres-ietively. liibt'..- A dstaii; of; Veterans and Sons of. Veterans, vislted.^he King street cemetery in 'theA early morning, then the : G." Post and Camp .ferant^ons ;of V^teraus, headed by the^Ca^pfet dity bind went by spec-lau fe^plley car tB the Hazardville Cemetery wliere they were met by tlie. school children who assisted in the exercisea.^^eturning, the Enfield Street cemetery was next visited and here" a quartet composed of Miss Ruth Kingsbury, Miss Anne Bassett, Charles P'ease and Eric Pouchot rendered special music propriate to the; occasion. At 12:30 o'clock dinner was served by the ^omen's Relief Corps at the G. A. R. headquarters in Foresters' Hall. -• Children from the public and ^parochial schools participated in 'the parade of the day which formed at 2 o'clock under the supervision : "of Quartermaster Na thau- P. Palmer and Commander Lyman A. Upson. The first division pf the parade was. composed of Carpet City band, H. A. Grant Sons of Veterans' Musket Corps, Veterans, (some afoot,, others in carriages), representatives,; of Women's Relief Corps' in carriages, Sons of Veterans, Clergymen, associate members _*'izens and itt ?bVarin g evergreen" wreaths marked "G. A. R.," and tied with the National colors, for decorating the graves. H. H. Marks and Harry H. Woodward of the Sons of Veiterans had supervision of this line of children. The Father Mathew-Drum Corps headed the second division composed of a large body of children from the Parochial school carrying small flags in charge of Rev. Walter Casey, Martin E. Brodrick and Sylvester L. Mitchell. The G. A. R. ritual,was used in carrying out tlie memorial program at the cemetery. Lyman A. Upson, GERMANS TORPEDO TWO ; MORE STEAMERS Seven Persons .Perished—Forty-one Suviyors Were Landed at Chatham— No Warning Given .Before Vessel Was 'Torpedoed. h London, J\iiie. S.^'liv^^rttiSh steamer Saidieh.^^oj&^leMniiia, Egypt, for Liverpal^TYjigs ^tdrpedoed in the North sea. Seven .members of. tin- Crew, including a stewardess, were drowned. Forty-one survivors were landed at Chatham. ., The Saidieh had a crew of forty-eight Greeks, a British commander and eight passengers of different nationalities. The loss of life was the result of the jamming of davits while o*e of the boats was being lowered. The occupants of this boat were thrown into the water. Those in the other boats were picked up by a trawler. They assert that no warning was given before the vessel was torpedoed. It sank fifteen minutes after the explosion. The Danish steamer Soeborg, according to admiralty dispatches, also lias been torpedoed by a German submarine off the Farne islands, on the east coast of England. The Austrian consul general to Denmark is said to be the principal stockholder in the Danish shipping company that owns the steamer. THOMPSONVILLE FAIR ASSOCIATION MEETING »-• m: m. . - "" ' Trust- Company, $943.14; Trust Company, $293.69. Martin E. Brodrick, secretary and treasurer of the Sewer Board", reported for that commission total receipts ot' $S9'1.30 and expenditures oi ?li92.74, leaving a' balance of i commander; Frederick Cope, cltap- •> Doric Lodge. Doric Lodge of Masons at a special communication held last evenipg at 8 o'clock conferred the first degree on one candidate. A social hour and smoker', followed the business session. - : v. trace. They are facing each other' in central Mexico. Villa has left the battle front and is BOW in Aguascalientes awaiting deliv-iry of the note ty) him. George C; Darothors, special* agent of the state department, received a copy of the iiotte at Chihuahua and departed for' flieB6»tli> 'accompanied "by: sevesal n^niivtKAita./k^;V4lln*a naKlnafv — 'i' $201.50, On motion of Mr. Brodrick thcr district appropriated $400 for the use of the Hewer Board, an increase of 5100 over the appropriation a y.esy ago.. The .report of William J. Iiines, chief of the Fire Department, showed that during the year there were .15 lires. The total loss was $3,602, the greater part of which was caused by the. fire last November in the First Presbyterian church. The - total value of the property endangered by the tires was $53,200 and the insurance on the properties was $41,- .900. Chief Hines made several sugges-ions as to additions and improve-lain, and Henry S. Woodward, officer of the day, participating. At a" given signal the children laid their wreaths upon the soliders' graves, and after Rev/' William E. Kugler pronounced the benediction, the line formed, marched to the Soldiers' Monument, there to disband. Charles i). IJent Not Tq Run. During the week it'^has been decided not to ask Charles D. Bent to again be a candidate^for selectman, not even- for second place on the ticket, and Mr. Bent, will not be a candidate. Having sold all his property in the village Mr. Bent -will devote his time to the raising of farm meifts to the department. T.hese in-1 produce. The decision as to who eluded the purchase of 500 feet of | will be the candidate for first, select-new. hose for the North End com- i man will not be made untirtlie lat-paVi^ r the • installing of alarm indica- jter part of -July. The name of Dr. tors iri the houses of both the North j Alcorn has been mentioned but he •lias, given no one the right to use 'liis'iiame for the place.. '• and South End.; Hose companies; inv order •'that the. men may know" the' exact number of the box from which j— the alarm is sounded; the~installing ' who had been superintendent of fire at the~-engiue house of a generator j alarms since the inception of the box for charging the alarm ' batteries;.j system in the village. On motion of the purchase of rubber coats for two'"Mr. Sullivan the meeting indicated companies and t^ie repairing of the South End hose house so that it can be properly heated in the winter. The estimated cost for these improvements is somewhat more than $1,000, and on motion of Attorney William J. Mulligan it was:£voted that the district corihnlttee be empowered to carry out the: recommendations. Former-Rep. Arthur R. Lefete offered a motion to the effect that hereafter the detailed reports of the district committee, Sewer Board and clerk and' treasurer be issued in printed form and distributed^ among the voters- a few days previous to the annual meeting; The motion passed. - A resolution offered by Attprney L. W. Morrison, authorizing the district committee to borrow a sum not exceeding $1,500 in anticipation of 4j}e .tax revenue was adopted without discussion. n ( Philip J. Sullivan brought up the. fact- that during the past year two meh, long 'officers in th'e' dlBtrlct, had beeii. 'token ; by.7 death, ^Frederick A. King, who j clerk aii'd *tr—ea—B - Death of Mrs. Mary Allen. Mrs. Mary Adelaide Allen, wife of David T. Allen, and a former resident of Thompsonville, died Saturday after a protracted illness, at the age of 72 years, in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Anthony J. Giaconia, No. S3 . Central street, . Springfield, Mass. She "was a member of the Episcopal church in Portland, her birthplace. • Her survivors are her husband, one son F. H. Markham of East Orange, N. J., and three daughters, Mrs. A. J. Giaconia, and Mrs. George W. Campbell of Springfield and Mrs. Annie L. Plum of Brown Brook, N. J. The funeral, which was private, was held at the home of lier daughter, Mrs. Giaconia, Tuesday afternoon. Well Attended and Matters of Importance Transacted. At an interesting' meeting of the Thompsonville Fair Association held Tuesday evening in the Town building there was round table smoke-talk oi'. matters pertaining to fair management, conducted by George S. Phelps. Mr. Phelps submitted the following questions, which were given much discussion: "Is' a fair of any benefit to a town?": "How can we arouse enthusiasm?" "Is a parade any help to a fair?" "Is it beneficial to give complimentary tickets?" "What form of ticket is advisable to use?" "How can we best display the ladies' handiwork?" "Shall we have vaudeville or shall we not?" A committee consisting of George S. Phelps. Frederick R. Furey and John Mel'.or was' appointed to prepare a premium list for the first annual fair and a committee consisting of President A. F. Baker, secretary W. J. Hughes and assistant secretary J. A. Ryan was appointed to select a suitable date for the fair. J. A. Ryan, chairman of the committee to arrange for the independence .day celebration under the auspices of the association, reported that the committee had decided to hold a full program of field day sports both morning and afternoon, as the principal attraction. The membership committee also reported twenty-six additional members, making the total membership ono hundred. SUNDAY'S MRMORIATJ SERVICE. GAME WAKMLW t^LINN PEASE ,GEtr#K^ii|^ , ' ' • • • • : . - ^ Court Upholds Laitf, But„Gajfiie AVar- „. den Pease Acted. „in JWay, Which - 'r-^.> Caused People JJDq ^VciT^i^Cfriti- , ^ || ciso Him. . - WM Yesterday . morning - jiiv the Town • , ^^3 Court, Elio.tt-Chaj^H, hiS son .Percy Charters and Johir Kearns*"were be-.; ; ^|^^| fore Judge Youn^'fcharge'd with vio-lating. the bird, a^ga^ne law. The.;.' \ arrest was made -'by 'Deputy Game , ^ * ;,'' Warden Pease ; after^-)Sfearn^ had ' ' ~ie given the infbrhVatipn .tdHfie warden. The evidence ^disclosed the fact ' *g! that while John Kearns was working ' in the "Powder^oilbw*' cleaning up -,"0 brush he found "a5 ilest -of ejggs and^-.- -' '-• informed Elliott Charters of what he had discovered. Rather than .have tlie nest destroyed Mr. Kearns and Percy Charters took tlie'veggs, placed them under a hen and then went a.nd informed the game warden. . Nothing was doiie by the game warden .and after the eggs were hatched the warden was told of that fact. Almost 'three_weeks later the three men were arrested. The case against Percy Charters was nolled by the court on account of the boy being only 17 years of age. Both Elliott, Charters and John Kearns were fined $ 1 and costs of $10, which went to Game Warden. Pease. Jlev. .T. Howard Tate Veterans. Addresses) by 12 Rangers Win 12 to 7. \ The Ramblers were defeated the Rangers Saturday afternoon to 7. making eight straight games this season for the Rangers. The batteries were Blunden and Hannifan lor the Rangers, and Fortier. Martin and Burke for the Ramblers. Court lOnfield. K. of A. Court. Enfield, 21, F. of A. will hold , thejr memorial services Sunday .Mine fith. All members are requested lo meet at Foresters' Hall at 10 a. m., after which they will march to the cemeteries to decorate the graves of the deceased members. Pythian Sisters. The degree team of Asnuntuck IVmple, Pythian Sisters, will hold a rt hearsal at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow (•••oiling in Odd Fellows' Hall, in (-•"en^ration for the official visit and inspection of the temple by the grand (filetrs next Wednesday even-% ins;. The members of Samuel Brown Post, G. A. R., tiie "Women's Relief Corps, Camp H. A. Grant, Sons of Veterans and the associate members of the post attended divine service at the United Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock and listened to an excellent address appropriate to the day and occasion, delivered by Rev. J. Howard Tate, pastor of the church. The services were union in character and the following pastors of other cliurch participated: Opening invocation, Rev. D. Russ Judd, of St. Andrew's ••church, scripture reading, Rev. William S. Voorhies of the First Presbyterian church, prayer by Rev. William E. Kugler of the Methodist Episcopal church, closing prayer by Rev. David C. Reid of the First Congregational church and benediction by Uev. William S. Voorhies. The choir rendered special music with Miss Edna Morrison as soloist. ilslpl ..SIS The statute calls for a fine of not more than $50. Deputy Game War-, den Farnham of Hazardville was a '-jjty'- witriess for the State. While Leyigne |fl|: ' LeMay was giving evidence Tie fairit-.; ed and it was not until Chief Calla- • "j han sent for Dr. AlcOrn that the ,young man recovered. WATER COMPANY COMPLETE WORK; • ' / ' 1 Enfield Rod and Gun Club Shoot. A- successful shoot was held by the Enfield Rod and Gun Club on its range Saturday afternoon.^ George Steele of Springfield, a former resident, .made a record of 24 birds out of 25, in the face of a strong gale of wind that was blowing at the time. The summary: Receives Jail Sentence. In the 'town Court Saturday morning. John Glysis was charged with breach of the peace-, and was sentenced to 60 days in'jail and fined tlie cost . fc't court,' amounting to si9.47. >-r v Shot at Broke George Steele . . 25 . 2 4 G. Steele 25 21 J. A. Best. 25 20 E. Hayward . . . 25 IS L. Hills 25 IS A. Hills 25 1-S J. Lynch 25 •17-- L. A. Glidden . . . 25 17 J. E. Hines 25 16 T. Newsonie . . . . 25 15 Court Siunpter, F. of A. Court Suinpter, No. 145, F. of A. will decorate the graves of the deceased brothers Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. All members are requested'to meet in Emmett Hall at 8:30 o'clock. unanimously by rising vote its sincere rcJgret at their passing. It was voted to levy a 3.-2 mill tax. J.ohn'F. Cavanaugh who has been acting as clerk and treasurer during the unexpired term of Frederick A. King was placed in nomination for the position by M. M. Connor, whiie Joseph Farwell nominated Francis C. H. Comley. A ballot was taken and Mr. Cavanaugh received 73 votes and Mr. Comley 47. The tellers were John Gill and Clark L. Hamilton. - v The other omcerq-"qnpjfen are as follows: District con^nittee, William J. .Hiues, LincoinJ^V. Morrison and Philip J. SulliVaW* auditors, Henry Davis and John A. Best; sewer commissioners^^SVilliani J. Hines and Mark.«W. 'jftjrtmell; chief of the Fire 'Departm&it^.'William J. Hines; deputy chiefbanlel J. Cavanaugh; superintendent of, fire alarms ,T, A. Ryan. On motion of; Attorney L. W. Morrison it was voted that the appointment 'of collector for the district tax be left to the district committee. It has been .the custom to George M. Moore has installed a li^ve the collector 6f;"towd'taxes at-. . 555 gallon gasoline tank at his gar Store Attached. This afternoon Constable Watton attached the Millinery store of Mrs. G. E. Mcintosh on High street. Mrs. Mcintosh says she will make a petition in bankruptcy. this work.-fclsoj; • ' • -V Ilarry D. Crombie has purchased the farm of Mrs. Emmaline Hamilton in the east, part of the town. The property includes a large dwelling, numerous farm buildings and about 70 acres of land. Mr. Crombia will move this week on the farm and is planning to dispose of liij. express business. • ' ; age on Pearl street. .-^ Thoinpsoiiville's Musical Talent. We notice on a recent program of a recital given by the New England- Conservatory of Music, of Boston, the name of Mr. Paul Luke, who played Beethoven's Pianoforte Sonata in F (clef) Major, Op. 7S. His many friends will be glad to learn of his success. Tliompsonville's little star pianist, Miss Laura Gaudet played for the Windsor Veteran Battalion of the G. A. R. at their memorial services in Poquonock on Memorial Day and was the delight of the large audience, receiving a triple encore. Pressure Now More Than Town Officers Asked For.' Tlie terms of the agreement entered into by a committee of Fire District No. 2, appointed at the annual' meeting in 1914, the selectmen and the Thompsonville Water Company, has been fulfilled. Work on the large tank of the water company is practically completed. Water has -been hi the tank since Monday and now; the pressure is 'about 25 per cent.;: greater than that called for in the agreement. The work was com-pleted earlier than the town officials s.J| anticipated. . . ' The new tank will be painted grey and will therefore not he so conspicuous as it is at the present "; time in its garb of jet black. _ * The officials of the district are . well pleased with the^ork $nd have./'iiv.i; i5^ff!^ complimented the water company on - bringing it to such an early close. $3 The increase pres- 7. 41 sure above that. j»i).ecified in the agreement will bji .welcome news to , ^ the public. : ' • v 1 ' ^ V- : - '$ si •si&. ,, ,, 17 Miss Kirstine Andersen, the visit-* ' ; ing nurse, reports 189 calls to patients during the month of May. Frederick Allen King of the edi-' torial staff; of tthe^ L^ei|^^t)igest;'V came up from New. York Vfor the; } week-end and Memorial Day.,^He was the Gar " " • . k- . ".•••.-.•• " ' * ' ' fy Mrs. William Gray entertained ari'-^KMsi automobile party froin, Philadelpliia, consisting of her nephew L»aRoy Mc- 7 Auley and Murdock Sniith and their ' •» friends Clarence Yager an<|, Ralph Kingsley over Sunday and-Memorial Day. v •> leiv-enct ana D.ay^^iie 3 guest of 'his.. r^ide of Pearl street. Store Closed. This morning the bakery shop of Louis Hittleman in the Sisitzlcy block was closed by Constable Thomas Watton to secure a claim of $275, in favor of- Philip Sisitzky. Mr. Hittleman purchased the business from Mr. Sisitzky but it has been hard to make both ends meet. If Mr. Hittleman goes into bankruptcy he will make the third in Enfield inside of three months. For Results, Advertise in "The Press." - ...... V;-;*/ '' . •- • iSV-dT'i . i • ••• Special exercises in observance of the 10th anniversary of Friendship Lodge - of Odd Fellows will be held this evening in Odd Fellows' Hall.:; A feature will be an entertainment by the Tuxedo Mandolin and Guitar Club of Hartford. ; The Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist church will hold the regular semi-monthly meeting with Mrs. Emil Hamel on Franklin avenue next week Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Tea will be served. --V;1>y$ V ..''I? !'yf j 1 /John R. Bodley has returned from a week's vacation trip to New York City where he witnessed the naval review and parade, and .to Tuckahoe and New Hamburg where he visited his aunts, Mrs. Edward Ransom and.v; ; Mrs. John B. Fleming.^ ^ ,
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Unlfe^ States Cannot Stand Indlf-
' i'erently-y- and Do Nothing to Save
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..Washiii a ringing.
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%i-Z'S<~-i:':'?-r.'-: :r^ ttofi:-^^lSent Wilson"'nailed on the
$»•;a3<]|i)t>some means .of
^fidl^i^^ ^tolei'afalo conditions that
fiave"wekftt«d' in the republic for so
Washington;^ :Itine 3;—Affidavits -regarding.
the cargo1 oi»armament of the
Lusitania. have not* yet. been ^received
; at/the state deportment v.r
Disregarding the usual j-uie'that pub-lished
reiiortsr not emanating from the
state department will hot be.coinmeut-ed
on at the department, Secretary
_Bryah made the flat'stalement that no
one connected with the department has"
received any in^drmiitirii
tania \vab arfned oi^ th
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