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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1914.
Against u Substitutes Get thcWclI-Known Round Package M. E. BROTHERHOOD MEETING TONIGHT Knturtainment Will Be Provided for Members Evangelical Meetings to Bo Continued. The regular monthly meeting of tho .Tethodist Brotherhood will be held this evening at 7:45 o'clock at Trin ity Methodist Episcopal church. There will be a short business session, fol- Started With Rash on Face. Would Dry Up and Form Scabs. Watery Substance, Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured. They Also Cured w Otherjwo Children of Eruption. ' 72 Allison St., Newton, Mass. " I have six children and used Cuticura Soap and Ointmoat on three of thom. One girl ton years old had sores on hor head. I used a box of Cuti cura Ointment and it healed very quickly. " Now within this last year toy little boy, two years old. broke out with a mass of sores on the chin that would not heal, bo I sent for Cutl- . cura Soapand Ointment and 1 1 healed in about three weeks. The oldesf. boy broke out with eczema in the worst form, starting with a rash on tho face when about two months old. Then sores commenced behind the ear3, then tho rash broke into sores all over his face. Dur ing the day it would dry up and form scabs, later in the day a watery substance would ooze out and commence itching. During ' the night he would scratch and In the morn ing big face would be all raw. His handa, nightgown and pillow were covered with blood. I had to make bags out of flannel to put on his hands and put a hood on his head. I then started using Cuticura Reme dies. From then on the face started to heal and I kept at it until he was cured." (Signed) Mrs. G. Karcher, Feb. 16, 1913. Cuticura Soap 25c. and Cuticura Ointment 50c. are sold everywhere. Liberal sample of each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Ad dress post-card "Cuticura, Dept. T.Boston." 3Men who shave and shampoo with Cu ticura Soap will find it best for fjd a. and scalp. An Old Is a easure-- "Cheerful Credit" is the old friend of many a family in Hartford and nearby. . Do you know it? No Money Down $! per week. That's "Cheerful Cred itsno questions asked just open an account andyour.promise to pay. Wearing apparel for man, woman and- child. HAIUFORD, CONN. aJVTMlklllH INU v W - Mil V 'aaaooaaa 0r BABY HAD ECZEMA ' IN WORST FORM Friend Tr I Against litations n7 Made In the largest, boot equipped and sanitary Malted o Mill plant In the world We do notmake"milkproducts Skim Milk, Condensed Milk, etc But the Original-Genuine HORLICU'S HALTED MILK Made from pure, lull-cream milk and the extract of select malted grain, reduced to powder form, soluble in water. Best food-drink for all ages EST ASK FOR HORLICK'S Used all over the Globe lowed by a social session, at which the following entertaining program will be- carried through. Headings and Recitations Harry A. Hargreaves. Address R. H. Crawford, superin tendent , Boys' club. Reading George K. Macauley, third vice-president Methodist Broth erhood. Violin Solo Gunner Segerberg. Address -Rev. P. E. Shoemaker, pastor Methodist church, Southington. It is hoped that all the members will be present to enjoy this meet ing. On account of the great success Rev. Harry Miller is having in his evangelical services at Trinity church, It has been decided to continue them, and services will be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of this week. The regular meeting of the Metho dist Brotherhood will be held this evening, and the regular prayer meeting Thursday evening, the evan gelical services being resumed on Friday evening for the balance of the week. Rev. Mr. Miller expects to have the members of his Gospel Team back with him for these meet ings. SOCIETY DANCE TOMORROW. Yama Tama Fete to Be Held in Booth's Hall Thursday Evening. New Britain society folks will be out in force tomorrow night to at tend the Yama Yama subscription dance to bo given in Booth's hall. This event promises to be an unusu ally brilliant affair, and as it is a unique feature in New Britain it will undoubtedly be exceptionally well pa tronized. Lynch's orchestra will fur nish music and the hall will be de corated In conformity with the nature of the occasion. Many variegated and varicolored and brilliant costumes will be worn by the participants, but after 9:30 o'clock those in plain evening dress, sans Yama Yama costume, will be al lowed to trip the light fantastic across the ball room floor. ' MTTCHETiD-WESSEli. I - Society Wedding Will Take Place Tills Evening. Two of New Britain's most popular voumic people, Charles H. Mitchell aA K E Katrlna Weasel, will bo mar rtftd tonight at the home of the bttd. 39 Maple street. The ceremony will be performed by Rev. Dr. George W. C. ( Hill, of the South Congrega tional church. Mr.. Mitchell is the son of the late Hon. Charles E. Mitchell. His broth er, Robert Mitchell, will be best man, And Miss Wessel will be attended by her sister. Miss Jennie E. Wessel. The ushers will be Howard H. Wes sel, George H. Mitchell and Freder ick S Chamberlain. Dr. H. N. MacCracken of Yale uni versity will lecture on "Ballads" Thursday afternoon at the Grammar school under the auspices of the Teachers club. At a Court of Probate holden at New Britain, within and for the Dis trict of Berlin, In the County of Hart ford and State of Connecticut, on the 14 day of April, A. D., 1914. Present, Bernard F. Gaffney, Judge. Estate of N. Albert Hooker,, late of Berlin, in said district deceased. Upon the petition of Anna N. Hooker of said Berlin, (praying that as life tenant and trustee on said estate her account as such life tenant and trustee on said estate be approved and accepted by said Court and that her resignation as such life tenant and trustee be accepted by said Court, and that Frank B. Frisbie of New Haven, Conn., be appointed trustee of said estate in her places as per application on file moro fully appears, it is Ordered That said application be heard and determined' at the Probate Office in New Britain, in said district, cn the 21st day of April, A. D., 1914, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice to be given of the pendency of aid application and the time and place, of hearing thereon, by ipu Wish ing this order in some newspaper pub lished in saldl New Britain, having a circulation In said District, andi ' by mailing a copy of this order postpaid at said New Britain to Henry Hooker of 120 Broad street. New York and a copy of this order postpaid at said New Britain to Mrs. Carolyn H. Good will of Thomaston, Conn., and return make. , HEfRNARD F. GAFFNEY, Judge. BUST OF TITANIC VICTIM UNVEILED Distinguish!) Aodicncc Present a Ceremonies in Honor of Stead The Hague, Netherlands, April 15. Solemn ceremonies marked the unveiling today in the palace of peace of the -bust of the late Wm. T. Steau, the English writer and pacifist, who was a victim of the Titanic disaster two years ago. There was a distin guished audience of pacifists, and dip lomats representing many countries. The unveiling address was made by Jonkheer Van Dachme Van Vrack, chairman of the committee which collected the funds tor the purchase of the bust. Other speakers were Dr. Henry Van Dyke, United States min ister to Holland; - Wei Sun-Tchou, Chinese minister; Lord Weardale, Charles Richet, of Paris, and John Stead, son of the. late W. T. Stead. Among the guests were Mrs. W. T; Stead, Sir Alan Johnstone, ' British minister, the .Indian and Egyptian students here, 'and many of the sub scribers to the bust. " -': The bust was carved by J.' Seltse ma, a young Dutch sculptor, and is considered, one of the finest among the rnany busts of famous peace workers sheltered by .the peace pal ace. Practically all of the funds for the bust were collected in Holland, but all parts of Europe and Ameri ca are represented on the list of sub scribers. ... CONVENTION BEING HELD. Rebekah' State Assembly Convenes at East Hartford. Hartford, April 15. The Rebekah state assembly of Connecticut met in Comstock hall, East Hartford, today for its eighteenth annual convention, upwards of 400 delegates from all parts of the state being in atten dance. Some were from Rhode Island and . these with others coming from a distance were given a recep tion at the Allyn House, Tuesday evening. The morning session was devoted to business and the hearing of re ports. Mrs. Sarah F. Harrison of East Hartford, state president, pre sided. Mrs. Harrison made the ad dress of welcome. The secretary, Mrs. Mary E. Johnson of Torrlngton re ported fifty-five lodges in the state with a total membership of 7,896. The report of the treasurer, Miss Clara B. Douglas of Forestville showed the order to be in excellent financial condition. The business meeting was followed by degree work and this evening there will be a class initiation. 'Repairing Railroad Villa's Chief and Map of Scene of Tuture 3ig "Battles y - ST .juL- - PHOTOS Torreon, April 15. Preparations for meeting General Velasco's re enforced federal army are going on rapidly in the Villa camp. The most important work is the repairing of the railroad . tracks .leading to Saltii!o and Monterey, which were 111' J A rlBfi Hat Frames 11c to 65c line HetgM of Elegaoce; Triinumnied Hails oil Perffectt Design for Wonmenn, Misses amd CMMreini. Hats that are a pride to our workroom. Hats that you will be proud of, and at prices ridiculously low. BIG BARGAINS IN HJNTMMMED MATS The better quality in all shades and shapes, and Hemps, (Surprising values), CHILDREN'S HATS-Trimmed aed Uelriminiied You will find them in every form and color, bewitching, charming. Please the little ones by showing them our assortment. ALL NEW FRESH STOCK Infants' Bonnets A line without equal, from 25c to $3.95. Yes, we sell Children's Coats and Infants' wear. Call and see why this old reliable establishment is getting the enthusiastic crowds. We are constantly showing merchandise that sells. Let our Milliners trim your hat, under a guarantee that you will be pleased. You will see that it is worth while and not money and time thrown away. Their style and good taste will please and satisfy. The Home of Reliable Millinery 'City Items Get your ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned . and pressed at Union laun dry Co.. 266 Arch street. advt. Eagles' carnival, April 11 to 20. advt. The Ladies'. Auxiliary, A. O. H., will give its annual whist and social this evening in T. A. B. hall. Lynch's orchestra will furnish the music. Prizes will be offered to the winners at cards. The entertainment at the Eagles' Carnival for Thursday night will con sist of the Famous Dixie Minstrels which you all know do not require any further introduction. Following the program there will be dancing. Admission 10 cents. advt. The regular monthly meeting of Court Columba, No. 27, D. of C, will be held this evening at 7:30 in K. of C. hall. J. Fleming Rutledge of Stamford is CD V XVTVAL yilfrj tOHOKAtww - destroyed to a great extent by Velas co's retreating soldiers. The Illustra tion shows the reconstruction work in progress, with the workers directed by an armed guard. It also shows General Angeles, the noted Mexican artillery expert, formerly an in y' JfL tui Jkrf tr" i vl vw&j THE BEST IN AT LOW A. G. COHEM'S 22KF visiting his aunt, Mrs. John O'Neill of High street. The Wall Paper Store. A. P. Marsh, 38 Main street. advt. - Star of Good 'will lodge, S. of B., will hold a whist tomorrow night at the home of Mrs. James Kinkade of 256 East Main street. John Ryan was sent to jail for fif teen days on a vagrancy charge by Judge William F. Mangan today in police court. Miss Theresa F. Maloney of Wash ington street has been entertaining Vera L and Donald Smith of Newark, N. J. A party of local young .people gave an enjoyable subscription danco last evening in Booth's hall.' There Was a program of 16 dances and refresh ments were served during the inter mission. Last night's attendance at the Eagles' fair was also a large one and the crowd spent money freely and enjoyed the attractions. The Phenlx Minstrels provided the entertainment and proved to be mirth makers. The fair will continue until Monday night. - 4" I structor of federal soldiers, who has joined Villa and taken charge of all artillery operations. Angeles Is one of the ablest strategists in the rebel ranks. The map pictures the territory where the next important battles will occur. MILLINERY PRICES ! Milan From 1.25 to $3.95 LOCAL YOUNG MAN WEDS IN PUTNAM Arthur Be Forest Cowperthwalt Mar ried to Miss Beatrice Atvvood at Pretty Cliurch Wedding. Putnam was the scene of a brilliant wedding at 7 o'clock last evening when Arthur De Forest Cowperthwalt, a, chemist employed by the American Hardware corporation in this city, was married to Miss Beatrice Atwood, youngest daughter of General John W. Atwood, of the Wauregan Mills company. The ceremony took place at the Congregational church in Wauregan Center and was performed by the Rev. C. H. Barber, pastor of the Danlelson Congregational church, assisted by the Rev. J. S. Gove, pastor of tho Wauregan church. Guests from all over New England, New York and Pennsylvania were present. The bride and groom received a munificent array of wedding gifts, among which was a chest of .144 pieces of flat silver from Gov. ltollln S. Woodruff's staff. . General At wood's present to the young couple was a furnished apartment at No. 123 Black Rock avenue, where they will be at home after July 1. Mr. Cowperthwalt has a number of dose friends in this city, and while he has been here but a little while, is becoming well known. He was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with the class of 1913 as a chemical engineer. , PUBLIC WORKS BOARD HOLDS LAST SESSION Year's Business Finished Up. Some Matters to Be Reported to the Council. At last night's meeting of the board of public works the Sessions Foundry company of Bristol was awarded the contract for furnishing manhole cov ers tor this city. Swift & Upson will lurnish concrete, the Connecticut Quarries company will furnisn crushed stone, and the catch basins will be made by the Duplex company, of Ohio. The American Car Spnnkier company, of Worcester, was awarded the contract for the use of a sprinkl ing cur and the 11. R. Walker company will do the street sprinkling and furnish wand for the streets. President J. E. Moore and Engin eer Oldershaw will decide upon tne purchase of sewer pipe and Baker & Lasher will supply new. concrete walks. M. W. Ilalloran was given the contract for laying flag walks. Nair brothers were given permission to ex cavate the pavement on Main street above Winter street. The board also voted to grant a hearing on a peti tion for a grade in Wooster street and it was voted to refer the matter of connecting Bassett street property with the sewer in Roberts street ' to the board -of compensation and as sessment. Other business taken up was to re commend a twenty foot building line in Linden street and also walks on both sides of Myrtle street from Cur tis to Burritt. The .board aso re- COUGH It is not safe nor necessary. You can relieve it with Male's Of Horehound and Tar It does not upset digestion or nerves. Is pleasant to the taste. Contains no opium nor anything injurious. All druggists. Tr Pikt's Taatlacas Drays Special Attention Arrival of the largest lino of imported llowcrcs wreaths, fancies, and plumes ever brought to tills city. Just call and convince yourself. commende laying a walk on Bond street from Broad to Clinton. . Several other matters were given attention by the commissioners which will be reported to the council " to night. . , " 85 YEARS OLD. A number of friends called or nent messages of congratulation to Charles Seymour of 65 Lincoln street today who is celebrating his ninety-fifth birthday. He received many gifts of flowers and money. Among his call ers were members of the Knights of Pythias. When loir IMe OH cries at night, tosses rest-. lessly and mutters in its slscp, is constipated, fretful and feverish, or lias symptoms of worms, you feel worried end have your night's rest disturbed by the little one's crying, or perhaps because of your own anulcty. Many thousands of mothers ro!y at such times upon a tried and trusted remedy always kept in the house, Her Gray's Sweet Powders for Children, rcd by tMOtlieri for 24 year. Tbett imwderi cleanse the etomach, act on the Livrr and cive healthlul sleep by irruUtiaar the child's system. Easy to cive ana picasani lor Ibe Child to take. llioov moiners in r r every commitnu , t:iinsr them with did rrults. Mv.her. if your eh? ti- t'.ie craptoBH her c'.MCvihcd you thouldl these Towlcrs. 7nt4 Jiarlt, Your dru-rt has Don't accept liiem, 23c a box. any substitute. Be sure you ask for, and obtain, r.:c:hcr Cray's Swee! Powdm F03 CHILDREN. "S" stands for our shirts. Smart In appearance, service able In wear and satisfactory in price. Your wardrobe will be better off with one or two. Ours have a sunny freshness after a trip to the tub. Our famous Bedford Cords, $2.00, others up to $10.00. War is exactly what General Sherman said It was. So are Ill-fitting collars. We have some new ones, Sherman, Dunwood, Stsndish and Normandy. Come In. THE STACKPOLE-MOORE-TRYON CO. ASYLUM AT TRUMBULL STREET, HARTFORD. v m. m Id 1 Mas V QUA LIT V COKVKU