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3EW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, MONDAY,
11, 1914. MAY. 11, 1914. 1 Send Us Your Guess! 14,626 People Walked Across Our WluttttaM Reg On atar- 30TH ANN! i FOR ACHING, h 7 . ,,r. : . II C. ft OBSERVES Willi South Church Fillel o Apprcc-2-tive Aufliw at Amual Affair. To the person sending us the estimate nearest to the correct number of people who cross the Rug in seven days we will give A Domestic Vacuum Cleaner Free ! Send in your guess signed with name and address. S;S-'V; . TDT1OT ft c. PQ Furniture, Rug s, SONS Linoleum ."" . . 6?tK Items is O ?;vMrs. George E. Graves of 101 Fair view, street has returned from a f ow days' visit in tlttsfle.ld. .John Studt, of Paterson, N. J., who ,bas been the guest of George Kings- bury, pf -Stanley1 street,' for the past two Weeks, has returned to his home tpi"'iifyr Jersey-",- . : 'i'V. - ' -' rr.r Joseph Walsh; 'J. J. .Walsh and David Dunn witnessed the Fordham Holy Cross baseball game which went fourteen innings to a 1-1 tie, Satur day afternoon. Mr. Dunn stopped over at Garden City, Long Island, to visit some friends. ; The exercises in honor of the thir tieth anniversary of the New . Britain Young Men's Christian association! held in the South church last evening, were by far the most successful in the histofry of the local institution. The entire raenter of, the church was filled with members, who had marched to the semices in - a body, and the rest of the. seats were crowded with non members, who evinced an interest in the association by attending the an nual event. The speaker of the evening was Wil- kliam lnowles Cooper of Washington, D, C, a Y. M. C. A. man and public speaker otl wide repute; Mr. Cooper had the experience gained during twenty-five years of association work behind his talk and New Britain is to be congratulated on securing such an able speaker. At a reception held in the rooms previous to the church exercises, Mr. Cooper gave an address on the personalities of the members of President Wilson's cabinet. The speaker is a personal friend of each member, making his talk all the more intimate and "the. high Christian chit? acter of every man was held up as an, example to the audience.' In his Vaddress at the church Mr. ! Cooper discussed , Y. M. C. A. work j from its three principal points: ath letic, educational and religious. He spoke in particular of the big men in baseball and public life, of their high moral code of living and of the connection of a large group of them with Y. M. C. VA. activities. Inci dents in connection with many prom inent men throughout the country were cited by the speaker and the life history of a member of . congress, who began his career through the help of Mr. Cooper, was listened to with great interest. ) ; Last night also marked the first an niversary of C' H. Barnes as secre tary, and the report of his initial year at the local association gave a com prehensive review of the year's work. During the year an entire change has been made in the staff of officers, and each man who left entered a larger field 'of association work, speaking well for the New Britain branch. ' Another addition to the as sociation was a' site for the dormi tory, presented by William H. Hart, one of the directors. The physical department has been the means of keeping hundreds of New Britain's young men in a healthy physical condition and thereby in creasing their' efficiency in their daily work. Athletic activities have been of the most enthusiastic order during the-year and one of the biggest assets of this department, has . been,!' the ' swimming pool, together with the shower baths. , The educational department had a most successful year,, not only help-' ihg the members in their present lines of work, but alsb training them for higher positions. The religious work of the associa tion has. entered into every phase of every, work undertaken and has done more than any ; other, department in SDR E. TIRED FEET Good-bye sore feet, burning feet, swol len feeti sweaty feet, smelling feet, tired feet. . ' .' Good-bye corns, callouses, bunions and raw spots. No more shoe tight- -neas, no more limp ing with pain or . drawing up your face in agony. "TIZ" is magical, acts right off. ""TIZ" draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up the feet. Use "TIZ" and for get your foot misery. Ah ! how comfortable your feet feel. Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" now at any druggist or department store. Don't suffer. Have good feet, glad feet, feet that never swell, never hurt, never get tired. A year's foot comfort guaranteed or money refunded. j V- , , . 1 , ;- 6 to 9 o'clock-MONDAY EVENING--6 to 9 o'clock v Short, pirlbin, Porterhouse and L Round ID 16c raising the living standards of all members. The boys' department has been un der most thorough supervision,- and the moulding of future citizens has been attended by the best of success. In closing Mr. Barnes said: "We wish to express our thanks and ap preciation to the churches for their co-operation to the men and wom en of the city who have so generously contributed towards the support of our work,, and to the press for its faithful presentation of our progress. Greatful, acknowledgment is made to the directors for their untiring ef forts on behalf of the association to the committeemen for their faith ful service, and to the , association workers on the employed staff for their - loyalty and . support. With thanks .to : God for his guiding hand we commit ourselves to a new year of work with faith that the New Britain Young Men's Christian association will ever be true to its trust." " YEAR BOOK READY AT SOUTH CHURCH FINE GRANULATED 1 Qn SUGAR, 5 lbs. 1 3b BEST PURE LARDi 2 lbs. 23c BEST MAINE POTATOES, pk. 25c 367-369 Main Street 367-369 Main Street LEGS OF YOUNG LAMB ............ lb gc LEAN FRESH SHOULDERS ......... lb 14c CHOICE CORNED BEEF . . . . .lb JQc and 12c FANCY LAMB CHOPS. , . .... ... .2 pounds 25c lb 10c lb 25c lb 22ct U 12-1 c Pork Chops ., . lb J 8c ' Hamburg Steak JJj X5c Chock Roasts Qq Fores of Lamb . lb 1 2c Fresh Liver Sliced Ham Sliced Bacon Ham 'Ends Moh. Creamery 00 Butter , pound OC Fresh Western Eggs(. . . . , .doz 23 New Whole Milk Jgc Cheese . .pound Fresh. Ripe Straw? berries . . . .bsk 18 c Fresh Cut Spinach . . Apk 10c Extra Large Pine "v apples . . . .each 1 5 c EARLY JUNE PEAS ............. .3 cans ORc TOILET PAPER, in rolls .10 for Or FRANCO AMERICAN "READY MAID" SOUPS ...3 cans 05. WASHINGTON CORN CRISP . . . . . .3 pkgs 2Bc MOH. WISTERIA TEA, all flavors 1 lb pkg 35 z Evap Peaches Evap. Apples Meaty Prunes 2 lbs 23c 2 lbs 29c 3 lbs 25c HOUR SALE 3 to 5 O'CLOCK WEDNESDAY STEAKS All Cuts Alaska Salmon .3 cang 0;5C M Shredded Cocoanut. . . .Jq 4( Pure Cocoa ---lb 19c . lb. 16c Many Events of Interest Are Taking Plaee at This Church Various Notices. At the South church the year book is ready for distribution and a new method has been devised by which it, is hoped to get one of these books into each family in the parish. Copies have been placed on tables in the vestibule. Above each table is placed a-card with letters as follows: - A-E, F-L, M-li, S-Z." There were at tendants at each table and persons whose last name begins with the letter included in those indicated on the cards applied for the books at that table. Names of each person taking books were registered by ' ari at- I tendant. tt is ' hoped by 'Ihis method to get the books as widely" distributed as possible and prevent 'duplication and waste. . These tables' will remain in the vestibule for the next few Sun days. The southwest cottage meeting on Friday evening will be at the home of Frank Lawrence, 315 Lincoln street. Judge Cooper's subject in the Social ; Study class. yesterday was "Municipal Government: Local Conditions." Next Thursday the Little Tourists' club will hold their last meeting for the season. This will take the form of a sociable.' At a recent meeting of the young people of the church participating in athletics, an athletic council of the South church was formed which should have charge of their interests in. the church, he following officers were elected: President, Frank Ven sel; vice president, Gustave Winger; secretary, Frederick . Stevens; treas urer, Jarblim Radii. These with Dr. Hill will form the executive commit tee. . Harry Scheuy was made cre dential officer. It was voted to urge the organization of a baseball league on a new basis. George Dyson offered a trophy to be contested for by the various teams. At the annual meeting of the. Wom an's Home Missionary society the thank offering amounted to $156. Rev. Joel S. Ives, secretary of the Connecticut Home Missionary society, preached yesterday, and the Rev. Alexander R. Merriam, D. D., of the Hartford Theological seminary, will preach in this church next Sunday. The Young People's society held a song service at the Town farm 3'es terday afternoon at 3:30. Notices follow for the week: T,uesday, 7:3.0, Mission Study cla,ss. Wednesday, 3:00, meeting of Per sian women. Thursday, 3:45, Little Tourists' club sociable; 7:4 5, church night service, In charge of the Young People's so ciety. Saturday, 7:30. choir rehearsal. On May 22 F. P. Sibley, city editor of the Boston Globe, will give an ad dress on newspaper work before the Men's club. NO CAUSE OF WORRY. Recruiting Orders Sent to Mililia Ex cites No Alarm In Connecticut. New Haven, May 11. Orders from the war department to the National Guard of the various states to recruit infantry, organizations to a war foot ing of 150 ment instead of 10S as at nfobilizatlon come, the federal gOvern cers here to mean that the infantry of Connecticut is to he immediately called into war service. The orders simply provide for the strength of organizations when, should a call for mibilization come, the federal govern ment takes them over as volunteers. The commanding nfllcer of the two infantry regiments will, on paper, have men detailed from each com pany, to form skeleton companies. These will form the nucleus of the auxiliary companies. Until a call for a mobilization came company commanders will not recruit above the present requirement L A CARD V OF -'THANKS' TO the hundreds of satisfied purchasers who attended our Grand Opening on Saturday we wish to extend our sincere thanks. We feel deeply gratified for the many expressions of good will and belief in the values we offered. 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