A modern invention has beeiii installed in the Presbyterian Church at Milton. .The instrument comprises a telephone transmitter, of exceedingly strong capacity, which is placed under the reading desk of the pulpit. Wires are connected therewith to any part of the church, and those afflicted with deafness can attach a patent telephone receiver over their heads and listen to the sermon with distinctness and without any discomfort. Wires can also be connected to private residences, and bedridden persons can listen to the service whilst reclining in their homes. Already one private outside connection has been installed. Scant Pasture.—A veteran, talking to his great gnu.dson, a litt/e lad of eight or nine years, said : " Nearly a generation and a-half ago my head was grazed by a bullet on the field of battle." The little Iwy Hooked at the old man's head thoughtfully. "There isn't much grazing Jhere now/is tkexsu. ftkT- jtfJsaiti.
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Star, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915
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