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Creations For Young
Men and Young
All tho laiest .designs known to the SHOE CRAFT are
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you will find all the NOVELTIES irom the BEST
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iiy Invitations Issued for Pastor's
Jiolden Wedding' Reception. Rov.
ohn Henry Strong , Visits New
iritain. '
pecial Holy Week services, pre
atory to Easter, which comes
t Sunday, are planned for the
hbers and congregation ' of the
jst .Baptist cnurcn on -vionaay,
sday, Wednesday and Thursday
nings of - this week. These Ser
bs' will begin at. 7:45 o'clock. The
ject of tonight's meeting will be
he , Good Shepherd;" tomorrow
nlng "The Bread of Life" is to be
subject while on Wednesday and
irsday evenings the topics are to
"The True Vine" and "The Dying
pfierd' respectively. All mem-
s of the church are urged to at-
w . Special, Kaster Music.
fhere will be a special Easter ser
k preached by Mr. Brown on next
hday morning and as usual the in-
or of the church will be gorgeous-
Wprnrn tpd with beautiful floral of-
Ings. In connection with the
ster services Musical Director It.
raetie xiawiey . nas arrangea to
Irethe quartet and choir render the
red cantata, "Christ, the Victor."
Town Home Service.
"esterday afternoon the Christian
ideavor society held a song service
the Town Home." Baker 35. Mann
V in charge and William Hesse
e a short talk to the inmates.
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These" song services held at the Town
Home on various Sundays by the
Young People's societies from the
different churches are appreciated by
the inmates of this city institution,
regardless of denomination, and they
do much toward cheering up the poor
V. M. S. Meeting.
Tomorrow the Junior Christian En.
deavor society meets at 4 o'clock to
study about "Miriam, the Brave Sis
ter" and on Thursday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock the Woman's Missionary
society will hold a meeting in th
chapel, to which, all . women of the
church '"and congregation are "invited.
Mrs. James G. Henderson will have
charge, Miss Bertha Hitchcock will
have, charge of the devotional ser-
r vices and the subject for' discussion
is "in tne island empire."
' Many Invitations Issued.
Dr. and Mrs. E. Edwin Brown have
been married almost fifty years and
they have been connected with the lo
cal Baptist church for the past de
cade. On April 17. their wedding an
niversary, ttiey will hold a reception
in the chapel to which all adult mem
bers of the church and congrega
tion are invited. In addition to these
300 other invitations have been sent
out. ''. . ' ' '
, Rev. J. H. Strong Present.
. Dr. Brown " preached the ; morning
sermon yesterday and had as his
guest in the pulpit the Rev. John
Henry Strong, former pastor, at the
local church. The Rev. Mr. Strong
did not preach but he delivered the
prayer. It was he who had charge
of the Baptist church pastorate be
fore Dr. Brown came here and he has
a large number of friends in the
church membership as well as about
the city. , Following the services
many of his old time friends went to
the front of the church to greet him,
ah informal reception being held.
While in this city the Rev. Mr.
Strong is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Brooks. He is at present lo
cated at Rochester, N. Y., but ex
pects to take over a pastorate in Bal
timore before long.
The beautiful floral decorations
which adorned the vestibule . and
platform of the church for the Wil-son-Wa.lker
wedding on Saturday
evening were left in place in order
that they might be enjoyed by yes
terday's congregation. They present
ed a beautiful appearance and were
appreciated by atl.
Services Arranged for Go;d Friday
and Easter.
Deceased Has Served Government In
OffloA&l Capacities for Several Tears.
Topeka. Kas., April 6. Thomas
Ryan, United States ambassador to
Mexico from 18S9 to 1893 and ap
pointed assistant secretary of the in
terior by President McKinley, died
last night at Muskogee, Ala.; accord
ing to a telegram received here to
day. Mr. Ryan served seven terms In the
national house of representatives. He
was born In 1837.
. . -
i -n.oy weeK is nere and. in recognu
tion of the fact, the local Swedish
churches will hold appropriate set
vices on different evenings of this
week and, In accordance with a time
honored custom, will convene Good
Friday morning at 10:46 o'clock. Tho
pastors will deliver appropriate ser
mons and special music will be fea
tured. At the Iutheran Church.
The pastor, Rev. Dr. S. a. Ohman,
will preach at Lenten services to be
held at the Lutheran church on Tues
day and Wednesday evenings at 7:46
An Easter offering will be taken up
at the morning worship next Sunday,
Easter. This meeting takes place at
the usual time, 10:46 o'clock. Spe
cial music will be rendered by the
church choir.
The following program will be car
ried out at 7 o'clock in the evening,
when the annual Easter festival wiHl
be held by the Sunday school: Hymr,
by the children of the school; Scrip
ture reading and prayer, Math.
28:1-8; address , of welcome, Paul
Frisen; "The Swedish Tongue," Ei
win Danlelson; "At the Window,'
four girls; song, "The Happy Morn
Is Come," confirmation class; selec
tion by class eight; Scripture read
ing, class two; song by the entirs
school; Scripture reading, class thirty -flve;
Bible verses, class thirty-nine;
song, "Day of Wonder,' class fifty;
verses from St John, , class thlrtj
seven; "A Little Girl," Llnea Bng
ston; selections by classes four and
six;, "Easter," Harry Lundqulst; song:,
by the entire school; "God's Kind
ness," Theodore Berqulst, Aina An.
derson and Clifford Bbrkman; se
lection by the children's chorus, "Wei -come,
Happy Morning"; reading, El
mer Johnson, Walter Anderson and
Harry Tureson; "A Child," Lillian
Johnson; song, by classes twelve,
eighteen and twenty; "The Resurrec
tion of Christ," Waldemar Carlson;
song, "Ten Thousand Harps and
Miss Ryan has silk moire suits
with the new "long" skirts today at
her shop, 79 Pratt street, Hartford,
the design of one of the best known
French houses, also silk poplins and
a wonderful line of cloth suits, but
those, who- want them for Sunday
will have to be fitted very early in
the week. -advt.
"Sty leplus" ' clothes for men, suits,
top coats and tuxedos $17, on sale in
Hartford at Wise, Smith & Ce'e. only.
is dangerous it neglected.
Lessen the risk of heart affec
tions, ease the frightful pain, and
limber up the swollen muscles end
stiff, lame joints, with penetrat
ing, never-failing
fine for fonbago and sciatica.
Mr. Ch.s. J. Budloncr. Anthony, R.I.,
writes: ' For years 1 Buffered from
rheumatism. My hipa would swell to
enormous proportions and knee joints
pain me awfully. I used six or eight
bottles of your celebrated Liniment
and was cured' .
an acaien. rnco mg.jOuc. ut i.uu
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, In a, Boston, Mass.
Tlhiere is More Pleasure
To be gotten out of xa cozy home properly 'equipped
and decorated than there is in a thousand miles of
travel in a foreign land. This is a pretty broad state
ment, but we have the word of those whoVe tried both
Let us decorate your home this fall. We'll do the
walls and give you a background for a winter of do
mestic bliss.
3 and 5 FranKlin Sauare. New Britain.
Trinity M. E. Church, New Britain, Ct.
April 5-12, 1914, inclusive
Afternoons at 2:30 Evenings at 7:30
Harry K. Mlller,.'14, Captain; Row
land Tuttle, 15, Chorister; Wilson
Fisher, '17, Fololst; Raymond Hall,
'14, Frank Stevens, 17.
A week of good music, earnest mes
sages, life decisions.
Are You' a Christian? Help
- Are you not a Christian? Come and
bo helped- '
This is your opportunity!
Voices," girls of the confirmation
class; dialogue, MabTo Hultgren
and Herbert Swenson; "Afternoon
Prayer," Alice 'Forsell, Helert Ander
son and Helen Paulson; song, by th
school; address, Rev. Dr. S. 7
Ohman; benediction.
Mission Festival Xcts $25.10.
The neat sum of $25.10 was realised
by the Indies' society as the pro
ceeds from a mission festival heM
in the church parlors March 22.
Owing to inclement weather condi
tions a similar affair hla on the fol
lowing Sunday evening netted but iif
teen dollars. . During one month's
time the society earned $67.10, all of
which was donated to the missions
Offerings contributed at last Thurs
day's meeting amounted to $22.4.r.
The next session will be called Thurs
day, May 7.
Swedish Bethany Church.
Rev. E. G. Hjerpe of Chicago,
president of the Mission Covenant of
America and formerly pastor of the
Swedish Bethany church in this city,
will preach at Lenten services which
are to take place in the local church,
on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs-:
day evenings of this week. Besides
dellverinfr the principal sermon at the
meeting Good Friday, the noted
clergyman will take part in special
services arranged for the day of the
anniversary of Christ's resurrection.
The Fyrboken Sick Benefit society
meets this evening at 8 o'clock. On
Thursday at 2:30 p. m. the Bethany
Sisters' society will hold its monthly
meeting in the church parlors.
President Edward Peterson is ar
ranging for a meeting of the Youngr
People's society next Sunday after
noon. With the Kaptlsts.
If present plans of Rev. J. K.
Klingberg materialize, the Eastei
morning worship at the Ellm Bap
tist church will be held in English and
inmates of the Children's Home will
attend in a body. In addition to
other features on the evening's pro
gram it Is probable that baptism cere
monies will be carried out.
The monthly church business meet
ing is scheduled to be held tonight.
The regular mid-week service will
take place Thursday evening and tho
pastor will meet his Bible class Fri
day evening at 7:30 o'clock. Rev.
Mr. Klingberg will occupy his own
pulpit at the Good Friday service.
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A large and select assortment, these are reproduced from the
smartest foreign models, in such handsome materials as Moire, Chif
fon Taffeta, Silk Bengaline, Silk Poplin, Gabardines, Men's Wear
Serges, Wool and Crepe Poplin and Novelty Checks.
Special v nines at $15,00, $19.75, $25.00, $27.50 up to $05.00.
Women's and Misses' Coats
We are showing a very attractive assortment of women's and
mlssen' coats for street, afternoon and dressy wear made of Moire
Silk, Chiffon Taffeta. Wool Eponge, Wool Poplin, Fancy Checks
and Mixtures. Extraordinary values at $12. 50, $16.50, 19.75, $21.00
and $37.60.
clAS-ISilON & CO.
Importers, Wholesalers and Retailers of Fine Millinery. Hartford
Columbia, S. C, April 6. Plans for
the reunion of the Confederate army
veterans at Jacksonville, Fla., May 6,
7 and 8 are now complete. A bevy
of southern beauties will take charge
of important features of the reunion.
The leader of them will be Miss Cor
inne Hampton, who us "chief sponsor"
will be the "queen of the reunion."
She is a resident of Columbia and is
; a granddaughter of General Wade
i Hampton, the famous Confederate
j fighter.
Custom Tailoring
You are interested in correct dress, of
The demand this season in sack coats is for
form fitting garments, with soft rolling fronts
finished with three buttons.
The vests are cut high, with or without
cellar. The trousers are cut to fit comfort
ably but without any extra fullness over the
hips, with smaller legs than last season. They
are finished with or without cuffs, either
way being good style. ,
For young men we are featuring a two
botton soft roll coat with patch pockets.
The materials must be seen" to be appre-
ciated. The keynote, however, is absolute
simplicity of color and design.
Today is a good time to come in and be meas
ured. r - 1
93-99 ASYLUM ST. Connecting with 140 TRUMBULL ST.
Stationery Department
Easter dresses of taffeta silk, very
special, $15.98. See Wie, Smith &
Co's announcement. advt.
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Good-bye corns, callouses, 'bunions and
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year's foot comfort guaranteed or
money refunded.
Swedish Couple Will lie United in
Matrimony Saturday F.vcnlng'.
Wedding bells will ring at the
home of Carl Pearson of 380 Chest
nut street next Saturday evening
when his sister, Miss Ida Pearson,
will become the bride of Gustavo
UnKat Tnlmcnn Til prPtriOllV Will
be performed by Rev. Dr. S. G.
Ohman, pastor of the Swedish J-u-theran
church, in the presence of
relatives and immediate friends. Mr. j
and Mrs. Carl Pearson will act, re
spectively, as best man and matron
of honor. A reception will follow
the marriage.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will make
their home at 414 East street. The
groom Is well known and popular at
the Corbin Screw corporation, where
he is employed as a machine hand.
Miss Pearson has been employed as
a domestic at the home of Miss Min
nie Pease on Court street. She num
bers many of her friends among the
members of the Swedish Lutheran
Church, of which she is a member.
169 and 171 MAIN SfREET
K coney Musician Takes New IjoihIoii
Young Ijady For Bride.
Harry Feltcorn, clalrnetist In the
Keency orchestra, and Miss Madeline
Solomon pf New London were united
In marriage yesterday afternoon at
the home of ltabbl Sicgal. The cere
mony was attended by only the im
mediate relatives of the couple.
L.ouis Greenberg, leader of the
orchestra, and other friends enter
tained the couple at dinner in the
Hotel Bronson following the cere
mony. Before locating in this Vity Mr.
Feltcorn whs ussociated with Dock
stader's minstrels. The couple will
reside here.
A. P. HARSH, 38 ItlAIN ST.
Corner Hungerford Court.
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stopped-up air passages of the head
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I3y morning! the catarrh, cold-in-head
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Don't lio awake tonight struggling
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Catarrh or a cold, with lta running
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; throat, and raw dryness is distressing
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