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NORWICH BULLETIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1914
AUTOISTS CARELESS IN WESTERLY Become Less Observant of Laws as Season Advances ' t Champlin's Case Continued and Bonds Fixed at $3,503 Lumber Rack Collapsed. ' As la the unexplained custom in Westerly, as the summer season ad vances, the autoaoobilists become less observant of the automobile laws, and this custom is .pot confined to the summer visitors at Watch Hill and other nearby, resorts, but to the towns people, some of them, who operate au tomobiles. As a rule, the operators at the opening of the summer season, show by their acts that they have knowledge of the laws and studiously conform , thereto. But as time goes on they become careless, which be-, comes contagreeus and extends to those who operate automobiles in Westerly after the summer people have - departed. Machines are run with cut-outs wide open, at excessive peed, and more smoke is ejected than is necessary and becomes very objec ttonalSTe. . Nearly all these violators of the laws have been notified that their unlawful actions are known to the police and that a repetition means arrest and prosecution. Chief Brown says that the police de-el partment is not requirea to nouiy tne automobilists that they fcave violated the laws, but he considered it but fair to give the offenders timely warning. Now that the warning period has ex pired,. 'and the police have been in structed to strictly enforce the auto mobile laws, hereafter, there is proba bility of arrests being made whenever violation is detected. The orders a.pT ply to townspeople as well as to sum mer residents, and to ethers who mo tor through the town regardless of the laws. Thomas L. Champlin, Jr., who shot up the Qirard lumber camp, located about midway between . Hopkinton and Rockville and pleaded not guilty to two charges of assault with a dan gerous weapon and of defacing a building with a shot gun is out on bail. In the third district court, the trial of the case was continued to Friday of next week and the bond was fixed at $1500 each in the assault cases and $500 for defacing a building, a total of $3500. The bond was furnished, with Peter Palmer as surety. Champ lin was arrested by Constable Charles P. Ecclestone upon complaint of Mr. Girard and Joseph Bushee, one of the party assaulted. It was rumored about the court house that there was probability of settlement of the cases, but just how was not explained. - There was a loud ci'ash followed by considerable excitement in the plant of the R, A. Sherman and Sons company, and vicinity, late Tuesday afternoon, caused by the weakening of the supporting posts of a lumber rack in the Sherman yard. There was about 30,000 feet of lumber in the rack and when the posts gave way the great pile of lumber slid down .into the driveway making a combination noise varying from the roar of a big cannon to the quick and sharp shot of the rifle, as the boards clapped against each other in the descent. At the time of the accident there did not hap pen to be any of the employes or teams in that section of the drivev way, therefore the loss is confined . to the wrecked rack and the breakage -of more or less of the lumber. The vote adopted at the annual fi nancial town meeting regarding the use of the town hall is interpreted to mean that, the hall can only be used The Danger of Imitations. AN. OHIO druggist writes to "The Practical Druggist," a prominent New York Drug Journal, as follows: "Please furnish formula for Castoria. All the formulas I have worked with are either ineffective or disagreeable to administer." v To this 'The Practical Druggist" replies : "We do not supply formulas for proprietary articles. m We couldn't if we wanted to. Your experience with imitative formulas is not surprising, but just what is to be expected. When Castoria is wanted, why not supply the "genuine. " If you make a substitute, it is not fair or right to label it -Castoria. We can give you all sorts of laxative preparations for children, but not Castoria, and we think a mother who asks for Castoria would not feel kindly toward you if you gave her your own product under such a name." ' No mother with a spark of affection for her child will overlook the signa ture of Chas. E. Fletcher when buying Castoria. I1! A ft ALCOHOL 3 PER CFXT ANigetefcteftqarattonarAs ungoiearoinaaisaalBi U&fiiEIfflTnTg ProTOotesDigesttoafljcerfii aess and RestXontaks nottw ill Opkau.MirpMtie nor Mineral Not Narcotic. "(Hi! jsttyttfeujkfwiTi.mussi in a .1 .ilx (torn - ' : JUr ' Mm - J AnofeetBemedv for Qmsfili tlon,SourStDmachJ)lantei YfonnsfonYfflsicBiwerensir vest andLoss OF sleep. letSiroBt sigMnreaf Guaranteed under the tood n 'JfxMKX Copy of Wrapper. for town meetings, school graduation exercises, meetings of the Westerly Board o& Trade and Grand . Army Memorial exercises, and without any charge. If this be so, the hall cannot be leased for a portion of the secret work of the coming -state convention of the Independent Order of Odd Fel lows, Manchester Unity, as was plan ned, and there is no other suitable hall available in. Westerly. This organi zation is to hold a big parade here, a state convention, with initiatory work and the town hall was selected for the latter. There i3 fear that the event will be abandoned, unless satisfactory arrangements can be made for the use of the" town hall. Local Laconics. Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Freeman are visiting relatives in Richmond, 'Maine. William Jordan, a Wilcox park em ploye, is confined to his home' by sick ness. . At noon, Wednesday, the thermone ter -at the Nash store registered 99 in the shade. - Mrs. Sarah A,. Livingstone, aged 75, died Wednesday morning at her home in Brand ford. . Miss Arzelia Newton, of Mbntville, is guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. Everett Hoxie, at Pleasant View. Mrs. Charles B. Austin and daugh ter, of Providence, formerly o West erly are here visiting relatives. Rev. F; C A. VJones, pastor of Cal vary Baptist . church, returned Wed nesday from his annual vacation. The hot spell did not meaterially offset the attendance at the meeting of the Westerly No-License committee. Special arrangements have been made at Watch Hill for the reception of a large excursion party from Will imantic today. J. Frank Cook attended the annual outing of Providence Division, Ordee of Railroad Telegraphers, at Crescent Park, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Chapman spent Monday fishing oft Watch Hill and nded twenty-five chickwit and three shriped bass. The Misses Sadie and Lillian P!ck hover, of Newmarket N. J, are spend ing vacation at the nome of Stephen Pickhover. in Milford court. , Postmaster Nathaniel B. Noyes, of Stonington, who has been in the pos tal service for nearly half a century, was in Westerly, Wednesday. Captain Isaac Barber, a Watch Hill fisherman, went fishing in his sloop early Monday morning and returned before noon with 600 pounds of blue fish.' . " Automobile tourists miss a beauty spot of Westerly, when they do not switch off the Watch Hill road and make a run through Avondale along the water front. , ' ' Owlng to the Intense heat the ped estrians were few and their travel slow in the streets of Westerly, Wed nesday, but there was the usual large number of automobiles in motion. ' The traffic laws of Westerly are strictly enforced, and the police have in addition,' managed to clear Dixon square of commercial vehicles without the aid ,of special town ordinance. Under the present, liquor license system, the old custom of liquor raids Child Extracts; from Letters by Grateful - Parents to Chas. H. Fletcher. . Mrs. Wm. Palmer, Sterling, 111., says: "Your Castoria has been my friend for twenty years. I could not keep my children well without it. I cannot apeak too highly of your wonderful remedy. " Mrs. Frank H. Cafferty, of Providence, R. I., Bays: "If al! younr mothers would use Castoria it will bring up their child. My nnrse and doctor can also tell what your Castoria can do." - Howard A. Banks, of Hickory, N. C, says : "Your Castoria is tha only, physic we ever give our three babies. The fact that' w use it promptly is probably the reason we never have to use" any other," Mrs, A. J. Nelson, of Waco, Texas-says : "Enclosed you will find a picture of 'Our little Castoria boy.' when a week old I ordered your Castoria for him, and I have never been up a night with him since." Mrs. Eva Ott Melin, of J ersey City, N. J., says : "I attribute the present excellent condition of my baby to your Castoria which he has been using -since he was three weeks old. I have not lost a night's sleep in seven months." ..' ' , GENUINE CASTOR. A ALWAYS BEARS the v i Signature , , of - 'THI OINTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CI1 In Westerly at the close of the Watch Hill season, does not prevail, for now the summer hotels are licensed Just as are the saloons of Westerly, and the kitchen bar room is practically a thing of the past. A Norwich man, who said he was a mill employe, who feared he was overcome by heat, was permitted to sit on the steps of the Washington Trust company, while waiting for a trolley car. Wednesday afternoon; He was not there long, when he amused himself and entertained others by play ing the harmonica and he certainly did get real musicout of the instrument, MYSTIC Death of Erastus YV. Mitchell A Res ident Here For Many Years B. C. Club Picnic Erastus Welles Mitchell for many years a well known and highly re spected citizen died at the home of his son, William W. Mitchell, after a long and painful illness. He was born in Jerielio, L. I., October 26. 1827 and was tne son of Krastus ana cornena iiicics Mitchell. He was a resident here for many years. There survive him five children, William W. Mitchell, Frank B. Mitchell, of Mystic, Joseph N. Mitchell of Providence, John A. Mitc ell of Norwich, and Mrs. Mary A. Noyes of Mystic ' Annual Picnic. The members of the B. C. club held their annual picnic at Savin Rock, on Monday, leaving on the 7.40 train. A shore dinner and all the sights were enjoyed and the merry party return ed home at 9 p. m.. having had a fine time. Variety Shower. Miss Flora Cornelia Allyn gave a variety shower at her home at 57 High street on Friday evening in hon or of Miss Harriett Wilcox, who is to be married in September to Calvin Hewitt of Norwich. Refreshments were served. Miss Wilcox received a great many pretty gifts. Local Items, Hildred Mead of Brockton, Mass., is spending a week in town. Mrs. Thomas Doyle and daughters. of Willimantic are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Lam phere. Mr. and . Mrs. Everett Lewis and family have returned to Medford, Mass., after a visit with Mrs. Lewis' parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Hatch. Dr. and Mrs. George S. G. Leonard entertained on Wednesday. Miss Leonard of Willimantic. Mrs. Key nolds, Mrs. J. H. Tillinghast and Miss Barbara Muller of Stonington. Mrs. Irwin Haleny is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Billings Crandall at Stoddards Wharf. Returned to New York. Adrian Oneil has returned to "New York after a two weeks' vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Oneil. Ida Clark of New Haven is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. William MacDon aid. Miss Priscilla Billings of New Lon don is the guest of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Newbury. Mrs. Jessie Williams of Jersey City is the guest of Mrs. John E. Wlllams. Miss Lottie Hatch has returned to Boston after a visit with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Hatch. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fish of New York are in town for a few weeks. Miss Fannie Brewer has returned from a visit in Norwich. Middletown It is reported that Sec retary of the Navy Josephus Daniels will be -unable to come to Middletown next month to take part in the cele bration in honor of Commodore Mac donough. Pressure of business at Washington is given as the. reason. It is possible that Secretary Redfield mav be able to attend. ren Cry Fop Drinking Men . Not Wanted There is no place In the business world for the man who drinks. He Is not wanted because he is not depend able. The Governor of one State de clares he will not appoint to office any man who becomes intoxicated, and all large business concerns are adopting the same policy. Do not be handi capped by this habit. You can, be ' freed from all craving for drink in three days without the use of hypodermic injections. Call and let us explain to you how you can be treated at the Neal institute -and be restored to sobriety. Write or 'phone for .full particulars and free book. The Neal Institute, 1302 Chapel St. New Haven, Ct; tel. 5540 (day or night). DRUG HABIT QUICKLY OVERCOME Willimantic Camp Ground Increasing Interest Shown in Meetings Annual Meeting of Willimantic Camp Association 'Rev. G. G. Soriv ener Elected President. Despite the hot, muggy dogdays weather the meetings go on at the camp with increasing interest. - The Tuesday evening sermon by Dr. -iNinde was of the old fashioned, or tatory, camp meeting type, and was followed by a specially interesting testimony meeting in which a large number took part. Annual Meeting of th. Willimantic Camp Meeting Association. The annual meeting of the Williman tic Camp Meeting Association was eld at 9 o"clock yesterday forenoon at the Xiantic house on Wesley Circle Iev. G. G. Scrivener, the district su perintendent, occupied the chair. The minutes of the several meetings of the executive committee held since the last annual meeting were then read by the secretary. Rev. F. C. Baker. These minutes were ratified, approved and confirmed by the association's vote. The district superintendent by vote appointed as nominating committee, B. B. Gardner, New London; Mrs. F. H. Bushnell, Norwich Town; and Rev. W. E. Kugler of Hockannum. A. R. Newell, secretary of the eot- ' ' . u.wv,.a.ia v MOJ UCtUI yesterday read the list of delegates to ""s mctuu. ine several suggestions made by the cottage holders as to sanitation and resolutions apprecia tive of the good work of the associa tion and its care-taker were read. The treasurer's report was then read and approved. Financial Report The folio wine report, presented bv the treasurer. Rev. E. M. Anthony, of Jewett City, showed the finances of the association in good condition. The cottage tax mentioned at the end of the report is not paid in till this week for the most part and will overbalance the deficit of J9S.10, thus leaving the society out oi ueDt ana witn a small surplus. Receipts. ' Boarding House Committee, $1239.97 uvrmnory g.15 around Rents 1153.05 iJoniriDuuon 3.30 Subscriptions 7 94'oO Profit on books 36.49 Electric Light 41.27 oiore 80.00 Collections 237.18 Barn . ' 34J6 Wood 90.00 Baggage, etc.. carried 63.90 1 13931.77 Expenses. - Boarding. House Committee. .S1338.S3 Ministerial Supplies 129.60 Music - 40.00 Police 23.00 Electrical bills for installment and repairs 116.14 Electric Light bills 49.56 Note and interest 256.2D Anthony & Lincoln, canopy... 707.50 Wood 60.00 Hudley &. Grant, hardware ... 46.83 Sundry small bills paid by Superintendent 156.14 J. G. Gager 4.;o A. P. Benher, fruit 2.80 Hay, feed and shoeing 83.01 Lincoln Sc. Boss Co " 31.03 Expenses of Committee 8.20 Taxes 195.73 Superintendent's salary 5-25.00 Order of Committee 15.00 Printing reports and telegram 3.75 Secretary, expenses for print ing and postage 17.00 Cash for Treasurer's expenses 4.10 Labor ... 83.69 Supplies 39.00 Insurance 92.95 S4029.S7 Deficiency 58.10 Cottage tax will probably leave a balance in the treasury. The nominating committee brought in for officers the following who were elected: President, Rev. G. G. Scriv ener; vice president, Costello Lippitt; secretary. Rev. F, C. Baker; treasurer. Rev. E. M. Anthony. 'Executive com mittee for three years, R. N. Stanley, E. M. Anthony. Van R. Wheeler; trus tee for 5 yearsE. A. Cleaveland. Revolutionary Resolution.' The joint committee of the Norwich District Preachers' Meetine the Dis trict Epworth League Cabinet, and the .Executive committee of the Camp Meeting Association by unanimous vote adopted the -following motion: As a joint committee we heartily rec ommend that for the year 1915 the Camp Meeting and Epworth League Institute be united; that it begin on Saturday and close one week from the following Monday; that the program committee for 1915 consist of the dis trict superintendent as chairman, the district president of the Epworth Lea gue, and the' secretary of the Camp Meeting Association; that this pro gram committee shall be empowered to arrange a program conserving the salient features of both organizations. The above vote of the joint com mittee was nrad by secretary Baker, and presented to the Camp Meeting association for action. After a brief discussion, it was unanimously passed. This action is somewhat revolutionary when the early ways of the fathers are thought of, but it is considered to be in conformity with modern meth ods such as obtain at Northfield, Mass., and elsewhere. Dr. Edwin A. Blake gave his sec ond Bible address on "Nuggets of Gold from an Old Mine", at 10 a. m., in the auditorium. Although the sun was oppressively hot the breese blow ing through the grove and under the wide-spreading roof of the auditorium made it comfortable. Dr. Blake's special theme was "The Poetry of the Bible." He, talked Interestingly of the antiquity of poetry, and said that the Bible ought to be studied in the schools as a literary classic. With the Hebrews, as with other nations, the literature began with poetry. The Book of Psalms was the old Hebrew Hymnal, and was divided into five books, and closing with a doxology. The doctor concluded by citing sever al poetical passages taken from the various books of the Biblet . , Notes. Rev. John Oldham, of WalcefleM. K. I., and O. E. Newton, of East Thomp son, were noticed on the grounds yes terday. , . Rev. H. H. Crltcnlow, of Burnside, has arrived at camp. t h.: :. ; i . 1 1 f ft .ror7 '; MID-SUMMER SALE OF TOILET PREPARATIONS A SALE OF THE TOILET PREPARATIONS OF ACTUAL MERIT AND GOOD VALUE AT SPECIAL MID-SUMMER PRICES Talcum and Toilet Powders 15c MENNEJTS borated and violet 11e 15c BRADLEY'S WOODLAND VIOLET ,. 11o 15c BABCOCICS COR'SLOPSIS 12o 18c COMFORT POWDER, small 14o 38c COMFORT POWDER 29o 15c AMOLIN DEODORANT 12e 15c REID tc HUGHES SPECIAL WOODLAND VIOLET and TRAILING ARBUTUS 10o WILLIAMS' CARNATION and VIOLET ,- 12o VANTINE'S SANA DERMAL... 12c RTVERI'S TALCUM ....... 19o 25c AIR FLOAT TALCUM 15c ROGER & GALLET RICE POW-v DER 18c LA BLACHE FACE POWDER 35o SATIN SKIN FACE POWDER. -19c SWANSDOWN POWDER 15o 43c JAVA RICE POWDER.". .. .35o DERMA VTVA LIQUID BEAU TIFIER. c bottle 29c DERMA VIVA POWDER In white and pink, 50c box 29o Toilet and Cold Creams POMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM Sale prices 32c. 49c, 59c DAGGETT & RAMSDELL'S COLD CREAM Sale Prices 19c, 29c, 39c 40c HIND'S HONEY and AL MOND 33c 2oc OXZYN BALM ,..19c PACKER'S CHARM '. 19c DE MERIOR'S CREAM 17c and 39c WOODBURY'S FACIAL CREAM 16c SANITOL COLD CREAM ..16c 25c POND'S EXTRACT CREAM 20o STILLMAN'S FRECKLE CREAM 31c Antiseptics OSBORNE'S PEROXIDE Sale Prices 7c. 10c, 15c LISTERINE X Sale .Prices 19c. 39c, 69s OAKLAND DIOXOGEN Sale Prices 14c, 23c, 59c 45c GLYCO-THYMOLINE 39c POND'S EXTRACT Sale Prices 19c. 42c, 85c JOHNSON & CO.'S SPECIAL WITCH HAZEL " Sale Price 15c 25c FLORIDA WATER Sale Price 19c EGYPTIAN DEODORIZER Sale Price 17s DENTIFRICES 15c SHEFFIELD'S PASTE 12o 22c SOZODONT 18c SANITOL TOOTH PASTE, pow der or liquid .....17c ,20c CALOX 16e KOLYNOS 18c 25c RUEIFOAM 13c 50c PEBECO 39c 23c CHENEY'S LISTERATED.19o sojourning for a few days at bis cot tage on Haven avenue. Rev. George H. Wright, of Wap ping was one of yesterday's visitors here. Rev. W. O. Nuzum, of Willimantic, 1 a daily visitor to the grounds, com ing in his automobile. Mrs. E. A. Brounell and four chil dren are "spending the summer at the Root cottage, on Haven avenue. Dr. Ninde's Sermon. The service was in the auditorium. Songs 123, 38, '7 and 64 were sung from "The Gospel Message" and 180 from hymnaL Rev. J. H. Buckey of Rockville read the scripture lesson and Rev. A. H. Withey. of Old Mystic offered prayer. The preacher was Rev. E. S. Ninde, pastor of Matthew son St. church. Providence. R. I. His text was Matthew 27:2.2. "What shall I do with Jesus?" It was a strong sermon. This is an intensely personal question. "We cannot lose the indi vidual in the mass. Would you cru cify Christ? You cry out, no, no. Yet you crucify him by ignoring him. Our calendars and dailies tell of Jesus in every date. Every art gallery shows his divine face. Our music echoes his name and fame, and will you pass him by? To respect him merely is to starve your souL The only thing is to accept him. At the close of this pow erful Sermon there were Testimonies. Rev. Hammill, of Brooklyn: 476.000 hours ago when but a lad Jesus saved me, and iater he sanctified the soul he saved. Brothers v Since I crowned Jesus Lord of all, in my heart, he has been crowning m with loving kindness an'd tender mercies day by day. There were many others who praised God for salvation. Rev. H. D. Robinson' said he was converted 64 years ago when a lad of 15, and asked if anyone in the au dience had served Christ longer. No one responded. Sunrise Meeting. '"The early morning meeting at 6 o'clock .yesterday was led by Rev. Samuel Thatcher, of Jewett City. The eight o'clock meeting in the Stafford Springs House was conducted by George W. Davis, of Willimantic. At tendants at the meetings in this house report them as partaking of the old time cam meeting fervor and inter est. Mora Lights Needed. ' Some complaint was made because the lights in the grove are turned oft t 10 p. m. Tt is hoped that the lieht r.. ."- ? '.I' i-.tt-;.:' ,1. Cv--t! e vir- Tin Boslossi Center of Horwlii : soaps 10c WITCH HAZEL SOAP 70 PEAR'S UNSCENTED SOAP... 10c 18c PEAR'S SCENTED SOAP..14o 19c WOODBURY'S FACIAL. .15c PACKER'S TAR SOAP .V.15c COLGATE'S "CASHMERE BO- QUET , 24e 10c PALMOLIVE SOAP 7o COSMO BUTTERMILK SOAP. . 6c COLGATE'S TURKISH BATH SOAP 5,, TUSCANY WHITE CASTILE SOAP ; 4q ROGER & GALLET SOAP..... 23c STANLEY'S or WRISLEY'S TRANSPARENT GLYCERINE SOAP in violet or rose value 10c 7c 10c ROMANZA PRESSED CAKE' in rose violet and heliotrope. . 5c COLGATE'S OAT MEAL white clematis and glycerine 9c Hair Tonics DANDERINE, small 19c DANDERINE. medium 33c SWEDISH HAIR PpWDER 39 25c LAVOX SHAMPOO POW DER 19c 45c C A N THRO X , 39c HAY'S HAIR HEALTH 40s PINAUDS EAU DE QUININE 38c Miscellaneous J. & J. ABSORBENT COTTON. three sizes 4c, 8c, 12'2C 25c "HOSPITAL" BRAND AB SORBENT COTTON 19c 10c SILK SEA SPONGES 7C 25c "SPONGES 19c EMERY BOARDS, dozen 3c ORANGE WOOD STICKS, dozen 5c 10c TOILET PAPER in rolls) 7c a roll j 4 for 25c SOc BEVELED FRENCH PLATE MIRRORS. 4-inch with red wood and ebony finish handles 38c HOUSEHOLD RUBBER GLOVES in a "run of the mill" quality 25c Men's Toilet Accessories ' liatrinrr anil Rtl COLGATE'S SHAVING STICK I 10c and 20c WILLIAMS' SHAVING STICK or SHAVING CREAM 20c SANITOL SHAVING STICK 19c JOHNSON & JOHNSON'S 22c WILLIAMS' BARBER CAKE... 6" LATHER BRUSHES... 25c. 35c, 39o TALCUM POWDERS 10c, 15c, 25c. 50e FACE CREAMS .. ..19c, 25c to 50c WITCH HAZEL 15c. 20c BAY RUM 19c, 25c, 39c, 59c mand for some more light after ten o'clock. It is understooa that some oi the old kerosense lamps will be used to light up the walks and avenues for late comers. The popularity of modem electric lighting is seen in the increased adop tion by the cottagers of this conveni ent method of lighting their cottagea. Metres are loaned- by the electric lisht company for the season. , Afternoon Services. At one o'clock Mrs. Read held the usual children's meeting in the New London House; and Rev. E. T. Hatch led the Stafford Springs house meet ing. At ! o'clock the meeting was "open ed with the usual service of song un der the ' leader of choir Master Wheeler. Rev. S. W. Iewiii's second lecture on "The Christian and HU Task". His special theme was "The Christian and His Master." In' elo quent words he depicted how the soul like a ship needs an intelligent commander. We may ask pessimistic ally "Is the Intelligent God dead?" I believe after this fearful European struggle is over, there will be no more war, but world federation for peace. We need and have an intelligent Mas ter who teaches beautiful lessons of the Fatherhood of God, the forgive ness of sin. . Prayer is absolutely nec essary if we are to maintain comrade ship with the Master. There are too many, prayers that are not answered, too short because it's hot or cold, prayers with adhessive plasters to hold them together we're so tired, prayers getting into bed, or after get ting in. Lincoln used to get up an hour earlier that he might agonize with God for victory, and he won Gettysburg before 'twas fought. At the close of this earnest and eloquent followed by a heart-felt petition from Rev. Henry D. Robinson. New Experiment. The new plan of combining the Camp Meeting and the Epworth Lea gue Institute in 1915 wil be watched with . deep interest by all who have the welfare of the camp at heart. It is understood that the forenoon will be devoted to the Institute studies, and the afternoon to recreation. At the same time there are to be after noon religious services for those who desire. In the evening there is to be a grand union service en camp meet ing lines with, sermon by well known preachers. Los Angeles municipal employment In the Inst ynr ha found lobs for It.Z V r. r. or.s... " TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY New London (NORWICH) Line : to - NEW YORK STEAMERS CHESTER VV. CHAPIN CITY OF LOWELL1 Choose this route next time you go to New York. You'll have a delightful voyage on Long Island Sound and a superb view roi the wonderful skyline and waterfront of Manhattan Island. Steamer, leaves New London at lLOt p. m. week" days also Sundays to Sept. S includsive, due New York. Pier iO, East River, at 8.30 and Pier 10. Nortit River. 7 q'clock next morning. NORWICH to OJH jbf NEW YORK PH O10 Meals a la Carte Tickets and staterooms from ticket agsnt railroad station. NEW ENGLAND STEAMSHIP CO. STEAMER CHELSEA To rew York FARE $1X0 All UaUida Rooms Excellent Dining Service . Leaves Norwich Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at 5.1a p. m. Leaves New York Mondays, Wednesdays nd Fridays at S p. m. Express service at freight rates. Tel 117 F. V. Knous. Agent Izuroi Brand Crabs, Salt Sea Clam Chowder, Minced Little Neck Clams, Smoked Halibut (jars). Fine goods. Will please you. People's Market 6 Franklin Street JUSTIN HOLDEN, Proprietor HORTON'S New York Ice Cream Best in the World Pint bricks ----- 25c Quart bricks ----- 40c AT Dunn's Pharmacy IT'S GOOD TO KNOW WHERE TO GO Go to Millstein's (Ladies' Tailor) for your next Tailored Suit, I positively guarantee to save you money. 106 Main St Norwich. Phone 786 ' ' Kinney & Wyraan Garage 21 Pond Street Cars To Rent NIGHT OR " .Y 8ERV1CE AT ANY HOUR Telephone 1231 SPECIAL STYLES FOR GRADUATES are now being shown. The prices are very reas onable. DON HOUGHTON Photographer Shannon Building. Norwich. Conn. DR. R. .J. COLLINS DENTIST 143 Main Street. Norwich, Conn. Phone 424-4 TuThS First-class . House Painter, Paper Hanger, General Jobbing (landlords nr private, reasonable. KUDLIK. 261 Central Ave City SUPERFLUOUS HAIR PERMA NENTLY REMOVED BY THE USE OF THE ELECTRIC NEEDLE AT THE BEAUTY SHOP HARRIETT . E. BREED. McGrory Building J. B. FilAXKLITt, D. a. T- SfMiClAUjST LV CUronlc ttvti Bierroua Dtaeaa. Room S). Shannon Bids. Hours: 10 a m. to 4 p. m, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. TeL 1177-3. ORDER IT NOW nopkins & Co." Light Dinner Ala 75c, per dozen. . . (Coehiers Pilsner, 0c per dozen. .Tro miner's Evergreen. 73a per do-ea. Fre dHvrv t- rrt of h eitr.