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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1900.
FROM SUBURBAN NAUGATTJCK NEWS Dancing Class" Had a Reception in ' Barnum's Hall Last Night. :- Professor Sullivan's dancing class gave a reception at Barnum's hall last night. A very large crowd was pres ent. The grand march started at 9 o'clock and was led by Professor Sul livan and Miss Sullivan, of Waterbury. There were forty couples in the march and it was one of the most unique seen iu some time. Dancing then took place aud was Indulged in until 12 o'clock. Professor Coleman prompt ed in his usual good-natured way and ryoeived praise. There were many out of town people present, they being from Waterbury, Seymour aud Anso iiia. 1 Notes. ; Vii-tor Norling. now stationed at the recruiting station at' Port Slocum. is in town visiting relatives. lie leaves for the Philippines next month. The Kryau and Stevenson banner has been repaired and once more hangs in place. A mouth's mind requiem mass will be celebrated at St ' Francis's church to-niortnAUv-morning for the late Pat rick Tonran. The festival of St Luke was cele brated at St Michaels church Vester day.Xho;Jiev Mr Scott conducted the services.;. A son was born yesterday to Mr and Mrs Teter H. Baxter of Johnson street. The town clerk and selectmen will be in the town clerk's office until 8 o'clock tonight for the purpose of mak ing voters. The glee club of the High school, together with the teachers, left on th( 8:24 train this morning for New Ha ven, where they will attend the teach ers' convention. Superintendent of Schools Eaton, Principal Sandborn and Director of Music Minor attended the banquet to President Hadley of Yale last night. There was no session of the bor ough court to-day. One transient was the guest of Chief Schmidt last night. George Lanonette. of Meriden, was in towii ' yesterday, the guest of friends. The Naugatuck High school and An ponia High school foot ball teams will play on Athletic field to-morrow after noon. The game will start at 2:30 sharp. First division, A. O. H., will hold a meeting to-night. A full attendance Is requested. The funeral of Andrew Wunder was largely attended this morning from St; Francis's church. The inter fent was in St James's cemetery. The board of assessors will be in Room 5, town hall building, to-night, from 6 to 8 o'clock. Everything is in readiness for the grand concert -and -dance to be given to-night in Columbus hall, under the auspices of St Francis T. A. B. society. There will be a parade at 7:30 through the principal streets of the borough, headed by the Naugatuck drum corps. Ihis event is the opening of Columbus hall and it is expected that a larje number of people will be present. STORY OF A SLAV3. To be bound hand and foot for yea.s by the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery. George D. Williams, of Manchester, Mich, tells how such a slave was made free. He says: "My wife has been so hefpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed aloue. After using two bottles of Electric.jBitters she is wonderfully im-proved-and' able to do her own work." This supreme remedy for female dis eases quickly cures nervousness, sleep lessness, melancholy, headache, back ache, fainting and dizzy spells. This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak; sickly, run down people. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50 cents. Sold by G. L. Dexter & Co, Druggist. . BITS FROM GERMANY. : Since 1894 nearly 350 men living- in Bremerhaven, Germany, have lost their lives by the wrecking or burning of hjpSJ ..:'. ? "- All IBjuish1 mail, contracts are sub Biitfetl W public competition, each con tracK'DSlg awarded to the lowest re sponsible bidder of any nationality. AC - ; Wbi m 'mM Talks All the Time. The man' whose wife talks all the time Should not complain. For while she chatters he may rest His tired brain; What though she talks of things for waloh He doesn't care? He sets no chance to answer; so ' He' just sits there And nods while she keeps going en ' And on, without Discovering that he has not Heard or been entertained by what ' She talked about. -Chicago Times-Ueraid. iDBctiin la IlnmhiirjBr. Hamburg had 82 days in 1899 when the sun was not visible at all. There vere iilLlt367 hours of sunshine, or 100 hour less than in Heligoland. Prohibition of Automobiles. The oanton of Graunbunden, in Switzerland, has passed a law prohib iting tfce operation of automobiles trrthia. the limit of the canton. Wast AaeriMU t Do the Work. . . The Siamese government" has asked for American bide for the construction f a plant fer tfce manufacture of im jBition in that country. y - V" Aasevatax'PuttE fclskes the food more delicious and wholesome royal eiwme pAhowb OAKVTLLE HAPPENINGS Mr Wells was In Waterbury Wed nesday evening and Intended to take j the last trolley car home, but missed j it and decided to walk. AVhen he I reached the vicinity of Morningside, I three unknown men sprang out from I a dark place on the side of the road, i ! seized him and beat him unmercifully. 1 I Some of his teeth were broken.' He i I was then choked into insensibility and ( i robbed of $17 which he had in his' ! pocket. When he regained conscious-; iness he got home as sooh as he could i iand related his experience. It is a 1 wonder he escaped with his life. ! Clarence Morey is reported as being I very sick. Ruth Jermau. daughter of W. W. .Terman, is suffering with au attack of rheumatism. Trolley tracks are beins laid near the residence of R. M. Babiu. j Mrs William Comber is back from 'Middletown much improved in health. '.There was no school in the school house on Newton heights today, the teacher. Miss Susie Chambers, at tending the annual state convention held in New Haven. A THOUSAND TONGUES Could not express the rapture of An nie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard St., Philadelphia. Pa, when she found that Dr King's New Discovery for Con sumption had comp'.etety cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden. All ' other remedies- and doctors could give her no help but she says of this Royal Cure: "It soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly, something I can scarcely remember do ing before. I feel like sounding its praises throughout the universe." So will everyone who tries Dr King's New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat, Chest or Lungs. - Price 50c and $1. Trial bottles free at G. L. Dexter & Co's Drug Store; every bot tle guaranteed. SENDING DEMONS TO CHINA. I know a rancher who is engaged all these days in shipping lemons to China. The market is at Canton and the fruit is sent out from San Francis co by the regular steamers. It was a new experience to me to talk with a man who is selling his fruit regularly and profitably after its navlng half gir dled the globe on its way to the con sumer. The grower told me he had received an average of $3 a box since the initial shipment was made on March 1 lastv Advices from the receiv er of these lemons at Canron state that they are smoother, juicier and thinner skinned than the Italian fruit received nt Canton. They further state that there was only one competitor in the market an Italian dealer. This in dicates the undeveloped condition cf the Oriental trade and the ignorance of the market demands of the Chinese ports. Los Angeles Times. ROBBED THE GRAVE. A startling incident, ot which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject, is narrated by nim as follows: 'T was in a most dreadful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk en, tongue coated, pain continually in back and sides, no appetite gradually glowing weaker day by day. Three physicians had given me up. Fortu nately a friend advised trying 'Electric Bitters'; and to my great joy ana sur prise, the first bottle made a decided improvement. 1 continued their use for three weeks, and am now a well man. I know they saved my life, and robbed tbe grave of another victim." No one should fail to try them. Only 50 cts, guarnteed, at G. L. Dexter & Co's Drug Store. Cameo Cutter's Nerve-Trying Work. The cameo cutter can put in only a few hours' work at a time as a usual thing, because of the tension on his nerves. A quavering hand may be responsible for the single stroke which will spoil a week's work. He must have an eye almost like a mi croscope and a very delicate touch; he must be an artist in soul and as skillful a craftsman as is a watch maker; he must know how to model and draw, and he must have a knowl edge of chemistry, so as to remove offending spots. The work is exe cuted in relief on many kinds of Jiard or precious stones, but essentially the chalcedonio variety of quartz and on Fall of Rain and Snow. The average annual total" of water which falls as rain or snow in the United States is 1,407 cubic miles. This amount of rain would more than twice fill Lake Ontario. To raise this ater to the clouds from which it fell would require the work of 500, 000,000 horses working ten hours a day throughout the year. Meat Preserved by Freezing. Meat has been preserved in a frozen state for 30 years and found perfectly eatable at the end of that time. Favorite Dish in But-sandy. Dried curds and goat's cheese, kept In wood ashes for a year, is a favorite dish in Burgundy. One Kind of Folly. - It is not wise to cut down the this tles in such a way as to scatter the seeds. Ram's Horn. !P0tVQEEv w. TOWNS WATERTOWN JOTTINGS Lowering of Academy Hill Has Been Commenced. The roadmen have commenced the work of lowering the 'Academy hill. The first place to be lowered is the very steep pitch near the residence of Homer Hemminway. The dirt which is taken from this piece of road, is being used to grade on . the other. Koadniaster Lynn is in charge of the work. Notes. Joseph Edge is home from the Adirondack mountains, where he has been spending a few months in hopes of bettering his health. Mr Edge is confined to his bed. Raymond Townsend of Yale univer sity was in town yesterday coaching the Taft football team. The Law and Order league men who made a raid here a few days ago, are at present making a tour through the town of Woodbury endeavoring to rid the place of its saloon resorts. So far in this section the league has had very good success. The school teachers left on the 7:42 train this morning for New Haven, to attend the teachers' convention there. Frank Turkington ' has returned from a trip through New York state. The regular meeting of the K of P. was heJd in the Pythian hall last night. The bell for the new Catholic church has been placed in the tower. The bell was rung for the first time Thurs day afternoon. The Watertown second team are playing the Taft second team on the fair grounds this afternoon. The line up of the local boys is as follows: Beers, c; Shields and Wintermute, guards; Wilkinson and Bellarey, tackles; Currie and Crittenden, ends; Kielty, S. B. McGowan and Evans, halfbacks; Therault, fullback. Republican caucus at the town hall to-night. The Grange held their regular meet ing last night. HUMOROUS. If you are out driving in a storm l.n't attempt to hold the rains. Chi rago Daily News. Edith "I know your intended is wealthy, but I heard last evening that he was awfully close." Edna "Yes, he h as." Town Topics. ' Upon being burned, money sends up blinding fumes, under the cover of which many things otherwise impos sible may readily, be done. Detroit Journal. , "I don't see why the men all think Miss Greenstreet such a charming con versationalist." "Why, she gives them a chance to say something once in awhile." Philadelphia Bulletin. Discouraging to Sickness. First Vil lager "There is much less sickness since the new doctor came." Second Villager "Yes, he is so much harder to beat out of his bills than the old doc tor was." Detroit Journal. "The complainant." said the judge, "says you attempted to knock his head off." "Your honor," said the defend ant, "he stood out in front Of . my house singing: 'All I Want Is a Little Bit Off the Top' as loud as he could yell, and I thought I ought to accom modate him." Indianapolis Press. The Court "What is Mr. Bilbil's rep utation for truth and veracity?" The Witness "I should say it is very bad or it ought to be. It was only yes terday that he told me he fully under stood the Chinese situation, and has understood it from the first." Boston Transcript. Mr. A. (before the full length por trait of a girl) "Oh, if I only knew the painter of this!" Artist (stepping for ward joyfully) "Permit me, madam, to introduce myself as the painter." Mrs. A. "What extraordinary good luck! Now you will tell me won't you the address of the dressmaker who made this girl's frock?" Pear son's Weekly. GOING HOME RICH. Laplanders Who Took a ' Herd of Reindeer to Alaska fr the Government. Dr. Sheldon Jackson, commissioner of education for Alaska, has convoyed across the continent 25 Laplanders who were sent by the government to Alaska 30 months ago with reindeer snd who are now on their way home to Jokkonkk. The Laplanders, says the New-York Sun, were sent to Alaska early in the Klondike excitement with reindeers that were to be used as beasts of burden and food by the starving miners. The Klondikers were found to be less needy than was supposed, and the deer were not used for food. The Laplanders were employed as mail car riers and deer drivers at a salary of $268 a year each, besides food and cloth ing. They are now going home rich beyond the dreams of avarice with from $600 to $700 each, enough to keep their families in affluence for years. Of the 640 deer imported by the gov ornament many died of starvation be fore they reached the "tundra, hay be ing found so rich a diet that they would not eat it. Later 700 reindeer doe were brought over from Siberia, and the Alaska herd now numbers nearly 3,000. Dr. Jackson says the services of the Laplanders to care for them are no longer needed, and that they-will in crease rapidly under government pro tection. He looks'for them to become ultimately an important source of wealth In interior Alaska. Science Improves on Nature. A diseased larynx caused loss of va3s to a man. in Sydney, Australia. ;- Prof. Stuart, of the Universinty of Sydney, made an artificial larynx, and it can be so regulated as to make the voice soprano, tenor, contralto' or bass, whichever the man cbnnsr STEEPLES TO BURN. Texas Church That Is Well Sup plied with Ornamentations. ; The German Architect's Funny 'story .. of His Experience with the Of ficers of a Baptist Society In ; . the Lone Star State. The chief engineer's draughtsman, Mr. Bock, was a severe-looking Ger man, who rarely cracked a smile, and more rarely told stories. When not otherwise engaged, his favorite occu pation was to keep his limekiln going; in. other words, to stuff and light hiss pipe. One evening, says the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, when the stock of can lore was near low-w.ater mark. be was, after much persuasion, iroduced to unbosom himself. ,. , "Dere isn't much to tei.l. I came to Texas 15 years ago, und as I dlidn't know a vord of English, ven.t to San An tonio to look for a. job. I am an architect und vorked for von old Ger man rascal two years for $15 a mon und boaTd. I vas so green dot it cFofik me d'wo years to find out dot. my vork vas vorth more money. Den. I got mat und quit, und hung out my own sign. "In tree days I got my first indie pendent job. It vas a blan for a Baptist church in a town 60 miles from de rail road. I made a very fine blan of von imitation Gothic church und vent to dat town to see de deacons. Dere1 vas only five deacons, but dey made me trouble enough for a dozent. Von dea con he liked -the shteeple very much, und tree didn't vant any chincherbreat vork on it at all. De oder deacon dlidn't care about de shteeple, but said dat de roof vas too shteep, und de breacher said dat my bulpit was alright for a Catolic church, but not for a Baptist church. De five deacons vas rich gat tlemans und made a great deal' of fuss aboud de blan,, undi before de meeting was over dey got to fighting about it. Von got shot in de arm, und de breach er he got a black eye, vich vas intended for anodier man. I jumped oud of der vinder und run to de hotel, but as I oouldn't get a hack ctat evening I hat to stay in town.. "About six o'glock next morninig de deacon vat vas shot in, de arm came to EXAS COMPOSITE ARCHITECTURE, my room und asked me if I could make e blan for anoder kind) of shteeple. I showed him my design book, und ven he saw de picture of de minaret on a Turkish musk, he vas vild vit delright. 'Dat's choost vat I am looking for; put dat in de blan'. Den came anoder dj&a eon, and told me he didn't like six ftornered or round shteeples; hevamted a good Hardshell Baptist tower vit four corners. I found von in de book chat suited him egzacly. 'Put dat on de ohurch,' says' he, und goes downstairs. Before I could get to breakfast in oomes anoder deacon und said he didn't vant no candle extinkwishers n de church, und selecting a high, Slender shteeple from de book, he told .me to put datin de blan. "Vile I vas talking vit diese fellers dte tage started for San Antonio und I was- awful anxious to see mine sick Vife. Dey notified me dat dey vould hold anod'er meeting dat afternoon. I Vent to bed, sent d-em my design book und asked to be excused, as I vasn't feeling- veil. Dey nearly had anoder fight, but de breacher he got dem to gomprormise, and I got de order 4o change the blan. I put tree different shteeples und one minaret on dat church, und I just got the blan finished ven in comes de last deacon und vants de roof changed, und de breacher vouldn't breach unless I changed de bulpit. I changed dem. "Ven you go down to dat town, you vill find a voodeij Gothic church on a stone foundation, vit a French mansard roof, a Gothic shteeple, a Turkish minaret, und dwo oder kind's of shteeples, und a bulpit dot looks like de desk of a chustice of de peace. Dey paid me $150 for de job, und dey vas so veil satisfied dat dey vanted to put my name on the cornerstone as architect. I paid the stone cutter five dollars to forget all about it.' . "A gom promise is a gTand diing sometimes." This Eagle Was n Kltf liter. A farmer from the neighborhood of Lisbon, Howard county, Md., reported in EUicott City the other day the kill ing of a mammoth eagle there which developed surprising fighting qualities. The other morning one of the sons of the liate David Warthan went out squir rel hunting. The greatest game he saw was a big bird soaring above the trees, and a shot brought him down with a slightly crippled wing. He saw at once that what- he had winged was an eagle, and a bigger one than any he had ever encountered in these parts in all his rambles of the forest. The eagle was full of flight, and succeeded in keeping off the hunter for a long time, but fin.ally he was killed and Mr. Warthan took him home. The bird measured seven feet between the tips of wings. . y BEHIND THE FOOTLIGHTS. j Jkfay Irwin has purchased some prop erty in New York city, for which she paid $40,000. Jean de Beszke, according to Dr. Hoi brook Curtis, who examined him in Paris recently, is now in as excellent voice as ever, the rumors of his injured vocal chords being quite baseless. May Yohe, by latest account, ' will star this season in tne""Little Duch ess," and not in "The "Gay Grisette." Both attractions will 'be put forth by A. H. Chamberlyn.; ' J. M. Barrie's new play is now undei rehearsal at the Garrick theater, Lon don. The drama It is a much mora serious piece than Mr. Bafrie has hith-, erto written is in foui"ac.ts and the title has not yet officially transpired. Mascagni's new opera, "Maschere,"' was recently performed before a large number of musicians in. the drawing room of Sig. Felice Robert, of Borne The various parts were sung by profes sional vocalists and the accompani ments were flayed on a piano. It has transpired that in the music for his latest opera Mascagni h.as to a consid erable extent adopted the manner ol the last century; indeed, it is affirmed that the overture is almost Mozartian in style. Among the most attractive numbers, a "pavane" after the seven teenth century model, a "tarantella," two vocal quartets and a jtriarch are mentioned. Some of the characters ol old Itajian pantomime figure in Mas cagni's new comic opera, but the love interest is said to be a strong feature VARIOUS INDUSTRIES. ' English bankers in China give na 'tive commercial men a'taatne for strict business honesty. The number of manufacturing estab lishments in the United States has nearly doubled since 1890. v . 1 1 'i i , At the village of WaJington, neat Croydon, England, lavender-growing, as a commercial undertaking, is pros pering in a greater degree than evei before, while peppermint, pennyroyal, rosemary and camomile are also grown. The Minneapolis Times declares that in the year 1899 there were man ufactured in the city of Minneapolis 14,290,000 barrels of flour. This would require over 70,00O,O00ibushels of wheat, or nearly 200,000 'bushels for every day in the year. One of the big trans-Atlantic steam ship companies has installed a tele phone service on its dock at Hoboken, This is connected with the steamers ly ing there, so that the passenger leaving for Europe may from his stateroom transact business up to the minute ol sailing. There are 120 firms in Germany en gaged in the acetylene industry. Most of the burners are made at Nuremberg. There are not less than 26 small towns in Germany lighted by acetylene gas. The first plant of this kind1 for light ing small towns in Germany was erect ed at Hassfurt, a town of 2,500 inha-b it ants. IN OUR ISLAND DOMAIN. Nearly 67,000 householders in Cuba have registered their intention to re main subjects of Spain. There are still about $500,000 worth of unredeemed Porto Rican money in circulation in the island. A naval officer who has spent much time in Manila says that the women, and even young girls, seem to grow old and faded from day to day from the effects of the climate. A curious cave has been discovered two miles from Hilo, Hawaii. The cave runs toward the mountain in the form of a tunnel. Down the mid dle of the cave is a ditch that looks like the bed of an ancient stream. This channel is about three feet deep and four feet wide, with evenly, worn sides, forming two benches. On one of these benches was found the skele ton of a woman, in sitting posture. Among the perquisites which have fallen to Gov. Allen, of Porto Rico, besides the palace of;,Ponce, is. I the magnificent private yaohti Mayflower, owned by the government. It' was built by Watson on the Clyde for the late Ogden Goelet and cost $800,000. It is 321 feet over all and 275 on the water line. The beam is 36 feet 6 inches and the hold 30 feet deep... The government paid $500,000 for it. It was assigned to Sampson's' squadron in the war of 1898, and did consider able work. CHILDREN'S CUTE SAYINGS. Teacheir "Spell 'wrong,' Johnny. Johnny "R-o-n-g." Teacher "You know that isn't right." Johnny "Course it ain't. You told me to spell wrong." When three-year-old Bessie saw some negroes and mulattoes. the first time she gravely remarked, on her re turn home: "I saw some black peo ple to-day, and some that were just turning black." The teacher of the juvenile class held up a triangle made pt, wood and asked what it was. "I know," said a bright little fellow, who had spent the summer on a farm; "it's the frame of a chicken coop." One evening when , the mosquitoes were very troublesome, small Bobby cried out: "Oh, dear.i if the - mos quitoes don't stop biting me there will be nothing left of me!" "Yes, there will," rejoined his little sister, "the bites will swell up and make you big ger than ever." "is- One Monday morning ' little three-year-old Edith volunteered to super intend the family washing. When Janes put the; clothes on to boil the small overseer gave one look of open eyed astonishment, then ran to her mother and excitedly exclaimed: "Oh, mamma! . Jane's cooking the clothes tar dinner!" - v THE GHOST MASTER. Queer Title Bestowed on a Popular. i 1 Chicago Mariner. Spirits of Departed Captains Help Him Steer His Tub Navisrates Altosrether by the Advice of Uncanny Phantom Pilots. "The Ghost Master" is what Louis Groh's fellow tug captains call him. He says he communes at all times with the spirits of shipwrecked mariners, his comrades of bygone years. He believes what they tell him or what he thinks they tell him and navigates the river and lake in a vi sion of supernatural sights and sounds, yet as skillfully as the most practical and skeptical skipper in these waters. For nearly 30 years he has command ed tugs on the Chicago river, and few of his comrades can show a cleaner sheet in the matter of accidents. They come to him in the pilot-house, they stalk the deck, they perch on the Windward rail When the seas are run ning high. They wear the clothes they wore in life and address him in. the same old voices. And he, though he knows they are dead men, has no fear not even when they exercise the blood curdling accomplishment of writing messages to him in characters of fire which have no more solid background than the air. He is confident that some day he will find the steamer Chicora, which disap peared in 1895 between Milwaukee and St. Joseph, leaving only a few bits of floating wreckage to tell the tale. The ghost of John Erickson, the fireman of a tug which blew up in the river a year later, has promised to be his guide. This is Capt. Groh's account of the conversation, as given to a New York World correspondent: " 'I'm a-goin' to find the Chicora for you,' he said. " 'How'll I know?' I asked. " 'Well, I'm coming to see you again and locate it on paper. But if you pass over the spot before that I'll strike you with a chill and throw you to the floor of the pilot-house so you'll know it's the place.' "We talked a bit longer and then he said Capt. Johnny Ferguson wanted to " ''.' Jt. fl,il .. GHOST VISITS I'lLOT HOUSE. talk to me, so he wt nt away. That was at a trumpet ss-;;.,ce, and I expect to go to another soon and hear from him again." Capt. Groh relates' that prior to this interview soon after Ericson was killed, in fact his shade appeared to Groh's daughter with the message: "My body is in the Air Line slip and will float if a steamer's wheel churns up the water." Capt. Groh says that he backed his tug into the slip and churned up the water and that, sure enough, John Ericson's body came up as had been revealed. The "Ghost Master" reports that Ed Stines, skipper of the ill-fated Chicora, is aJso trying to talk to him. He ex plains: "I am a little hard- of hearing and most of the spirits talk in, whispers, so I have to hear througn mediums some times.. Ed and six of his crew fre- wmkA ' , ,-.n EverythiHg Iri .Rwr. Fur Jackets, (japes. Collarettes, Scarfs, Boas. The Greater N. Y, Fur Co. A KATZ& C0 PR0P- 49 CENTER STREET. Good 1 Bread MX. 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Now Gilman has been dead since last win ter and Dave has been superintendent in his pLace, yet there was the old man, as real as ever. "When I see a man with my eyes and hear him with my ears whj' should I dtoubt he is thPTe? I stood and watched Gilman. until we were through Hush street brY ." , , , Capt. Groa i . . . .- - e"i.pirit shin" to "--lit i: : . - " :v ninsy that v. h'o a '.: ., has nu so!;-;. ' - " '?..'. Vht1 c: .Ti;e 3 : . , .rnatm Miss Loretto HawiuCidfilps Graduate of the Gilbert Normal School of Danciug, will open ah evening .class in Friendly League hall, Friday even ing, October 19; Children's class Sat urday afternoon, October 20, at 2:30. Private lessons given at residence, 4S6 North Main street. 10-18-2 BRASS CITY COAL CO Coal, Wood ; and Charcoal. T. F. CONWAY, Mt;r. XAKD NEAR GAS HOUSE. Telephone: 139-14. -. '- i " 'i-r i - Now is the right time to place your orders and repair' all your FUR-GARMENTS before the rush of work in the season comes. 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