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WILL WED MISS
DODGE IN QUEBEC
w r, Rosen and Bride to
Cross in Boat to Me
St. Gilles.
FAIRHOPE I EAGUE
rOHOLDCONFE IINCE
aaja] Mrs. Fdvvin Gould Going
ar Harbor - Two Dinners
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MAY GET HEBREW SCHOOL
Churchill Say* (Jity Ml?ht
Take Over Technical Classes.
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PIGEON BACK IM 2 YEARS
Eeleased from Ealloon. Bird
Returns Tattered and Torn.
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PROTECT BUSINESS.
CALDEFS SLOGAN
Representativo Attacks Wilson
at Meeting of Suffolk
Republicans.
Le ? ..- Julj Z~.
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Republicans
to sel? -
Mr. ? alder, u I the Re
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Bryan,
ociety
..tion of our business
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ir**e a a?
rsemeni Roo -
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Harbor, read
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Park, from
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Sen. Bailey's Estate. $92.000.
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the weekly
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PUBLIC TO GET
'WEB MILLIONS
Scientist's Estate Will Go
Ultimately to Many
institutions.
BL LK OF PROPERTY
TO WIDOW FOR LiFt
Bequests of About $87.000 Each
to Several Fducational
Enterprises.
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Harvard Co ??
1260.000 ??' go * * -
Memorial
Home for
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to ?"
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Hebrew Tei
York Foui
the Hebrew ?
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leing about W7.00O,
Othi
Techr*. ca titul M6.600; the ?Amer
ean Chen i i 125,000; the
Chemiiits' Building Company, |G
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Washington, 12,600; the Che
rorth
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"The ' ?sert." by A
18 : "A ?ce
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a poi trail egg. 13.600;
"W ndy Aften an Beraud,
12.500: " ?pari
S. i lev? rger 12 SOO .
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Mear * 1.500,
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Yoeo. ' M rg, Paul \1. War?
burg and Julius Goldman
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PICK CHURCH ARCHITECT
Commission Awarded for Nc?v
York Building at Fair.
rm of Cram. G.Ihn? ,*?? Fergu?
son, ha* been ? .?ran- the
the New York building a*.
I
g bet
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commis ?ion. Instead, a
of member of the Ne*? \ ? ?
? \?*w York chap?
American
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for the position. Mr.
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t *i ork 'm Iding ?
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-.no?v*i
church . ? intry.
NAVY AVIATORS ESCAPE
A B 4 Wrecked While About
to Alight in Hampton Roads. .
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Glynn Names Peace Delegates
ny, i ily
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anno.;
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Reick, Sea foi
-?: Parker i
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YOUTH MARRIAGES VALID
Court Held; Illegal License
Does Nci affect Contract.
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STAR'S HUSBAND GIVES UP
Bell. When: Ac!e"e Ritchie Left.
Charged with Assault.
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thoriti?
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WANTS OIL BALM
FOR CHINESE HURT
Owner of Injured Finger
Would Sue T.. ndard
for Cook s Act.
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fore ?? '
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postponed ll!'?: Mor
Th?' i.-. ? lames
in, a por-.-r. formerly in z'ne rm
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Mr >
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CUPID WINS AFTER
MANY REVERSES
Weddini; Postponed Three Times
?Califnrnian Finally Weds
Jersey Girl.
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FIREMAN'S BRIDE-TO-BE BEGS
FOR "HOURS AT HOME" RULE
MitM Connolly and Wives of Department-- Fighter?
Falcad with Commissioner Adamson for
Two Platoon System.
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i?.un. . Brook
to ma ? . '
Henne \. ?un* ol I he eit?
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?night ' te ??n-i? her engagement
"I' ?h. o," aid the 1 n nrn
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adopt the I em ..' .?'?? i
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pi ti before th? la
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"LITTLE MOTHERS"
i)ir;?? Bo\? cd by Too Early
Responsibilities to Get
\ceded Rest
WILL SAIL DOWN
BAY TO FREEDOM
lre-.li Air Fund Yooigsters to
Pick Berries and Romp
rhrougtl Fields.
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to Eunice
Home,
Th?* Tribune Pr
ition.
Picnics in i lie Woods.
For 1 nol .1 i'.'. -
girls. 1
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New YorJ. Gets Philatelists.
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innual
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Mr. .m.I ?I ? . il ram i
1 -. Schra It
he Mills home, Busj [.-awn,
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palm ' ?
moral .? break ist was served
DIPLOMATS GO UP A PEG
Promotions Follow Creatioa
of Embassy in Chili.
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by nominal ion 10 the S
I ?"haaajaa ia the ?np
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no?* . egation. Santiago), aee?
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WOMEN TO GO ON BALL0T
Constitutional Convention To
Bo Final Judge. Says Carmody
\ J.?The names ot
mal < may be pla
or, but
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tnswer At
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could rations
'GATOR BOGIE SLAIN
AT R0NK0NK0MA
Saurian s Reported Size Drops
to 33 Inches-But Hunter
Romains a Hero.
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tilma
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River
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onkoma.
For
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plac? iting on
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nanees.
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have be. ?
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?ii" wal i.
id as d
arowd II ag|
mena
.ree
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HAVEMEYER WANTS $769
Sogar Man Asks Township to
Pay for Ducks Dogs Killed.
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tato at
Ramapo
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ttei p?
. Game
?VVKE0M IN BANKRUPTCY
Clothier Resigned from Sav.
ings Institution.
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tirm of Sn I
ptit
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?? . - | (eon wa
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?quiring
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' Mr. Mc
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Brooklyn.
Pythians Elect Officers.
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Will ii
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(falo; cr.'in.t
K. R. Kappa,
. Uonso
maater 'if
ri- r, ' ?. W, Middangh i t
l'ougl .
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Time Curtain Rises 1 o-day
AFTEf" .00?
ew A
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?.?"TERNOON FEATURE FILMS.
2:30?1
Knii i.^r?.... ker
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12 te 11 Je?
EVENING.
a ?<??*? 1 , ? ? ter Garde
g.,j? ? ? ' . ?in ittei -? ?
lew Ainsi ?i ???-.
ai . i. tsth
M .? amad
v. ni - s lliott'a
.Uutf-BM
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FEATURE FILMS.
8 JO? M- ? 'Mi- ?.O Wlfi
l'aibirt , Knicke
12 to 11 ?O?
VAUCf.VILLt HOUSES.
Mats |
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. SI- . lulai.e
S' ?v l.r.iflir,,,, ,
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Miarte Uaia1 ?
'MUZZLE YOUR DOG,'
IS FIRST WARNING
The Health Department
Amends Sanitary Code
by Unanimous Vote.
THREE BITTEN BY
MONGREL IN BRONX
Nine Victims in Two Jersey
Towns?Baby Attacked by
Pet Hound.
nded to be s Ion?** itup
?-?.-?ntiort o' rab??*?'
terdsy by Um Depart
of Health, when the folia
Sanitary Coda was
unanimously sdop
"Vo cp.mu ?zled ?otr shall be per?
d st any time to bo on any public
., p iblic nark or place
.?:' New York."
Thi olfl i. : i sf the en sx *?'
-.. .-.,??? t ode are tin*
the Port, the Police
Coir**"* it? rid tii<* Hea'th Commis?
Speaking fo* them, L*r. H.
Emerson, Deputy Commissioner
-a ,: th am?*r.'i
,.*an that i? wide <-ru
I be star it mee, bul thai
? BO own ?l?,^s must be pre
. . .
"1' ?.. the intention of
e." he sa i I i the
. .: i . ipi ."i ? s< on
? ? , ."? ? hat
?re
rork over
? .r -he l'v
mais, because thai
, ? _ abies
Kg but the result of imaginn
musl be done by duly
chosen Deis
I g one man. a mongrel ran
.. blocks through The Bronx last
ng two others on the way
ami attracting 300 nrr-xin*? to a chs-?e.
Th?* animal'.*? career .va.? ende.i bv two
from a det*wti' revolver.
Thr?*e Men i.itten.
Henry Brauschr, ot' 3288 Bull s-e
? in. He ?va? on
? s; iiome at Idosholu Parkway
and 204th it, when the anima', iprang
p and l?a teeth nt?> his
times. Driven away by an
nan, the dog ra-i west? with sev
sall n pursuit.
?1 Valei ' Btte Henry S.
2927, turned the corner just
. .- came along. H ? leg
.*? bitten before the animal Bed
I crowd, ?'ha ? ^
on reached \ ilia
?.??.'a:*.'.
.,. ?" '?? -
:..tal to the ?
ould get out of range
. o; The Bronx
I two bullets that
i* ?ork. The carcass was taken
?? the ?' " sxaminatioa by the
? ; ol iie;?>h.
irdham Hospital,
?im.? of the an?
imal.
Mad Dor Bite? Nine.
. X .1 . July 28, A mad dog
per -"II- '".'?: S *o-da* r '"."
were ?? med - the Pasteur
ers ar"
in othei ho ip ?? "The dog -i.
or ?* and -everal doc
.
Th- en in Bloorrtrieli!
: j at the mouth, he
Then he ran
?o i Irafng? i umped a
He sank
.rn ?'
ing i1 Kni'.l Rich
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imped ... . of RalTael?"
igro's
? *,i.
. ? -ran.* and
intil 1 : . ing,
...
ire
\ .??? Cms?
?tnnie La i iria,
? ,i i no.
? ? ?? ?? re treal ?.! a)
and direc'en to
Pasti
\ - ? atta? king hese person
, ? ? Pel
impi
leg si ?: bod? ' ems
log and
. t.
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ad been s
: lei th? ?
I \\ :. ...i.l M ? Ryan,
r.i-da . ? , the animal and
i? ?; en . .??? .* ?i
pu red ?? .
; home
-.?? 'ioc.
? er va aboil*
reams
' ." .log.
.-' ,.? ? trnii
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i na<i
teeth
WM. ROCKEl-cLLER WIN^>
Court Holds He Need Not Tes?
tify in Ga*** Accounting-.
lustice I the Supreme
;' "?. . , : iay an
lirecting- U am Bin
, ? rial on before t,*'al in
? , - ?!?? by
Read. ?< to? - ? d?
}.'.i..r>... n ( ir.i.*. ',.. ' mpany, against
ration.
Mr. Read's ...
... MX eh he contends
?? .? been divided among the
alleged va.,
*om the Pu el am?
i . ai tempt ta docei?**. *ne
is to 1 he eoot of
? .:ii.
DARKNESS CAUSES PANIC
Shrieks Fill House Office
Building During* Storm.
gton, July 28. During a
'? a n eh truck W ..
'? Hou
? Building and lubwaj suddenly
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lung
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? .. its . rid the
? ? al? vwiereiu m.'iii
tmi uioped their ?rag
e-.i:. P.ep
....
bnmpi'il h?**- ily again I anal
cal disTetrosH ?
ilone; th? ??> ? pirater
?i,.: hit ti I
put '. rung a*, the p???ver
?? ?"! ra i.?-? at ?t.? he
Salcm Relief Fund $600.000.
Hid tor the
| relief of the Salem hie ?ufftrers pa. <i-,i
i the 1000,000 niiui to.,Jav.
HARRY HAMMERSTEIN DIES
Famous Theatrical Man Loses
Third Son in Six Months.
U-car Hammcr-ii'in lo.?t I?.?-' night .i
third .on withia six month- Harry,
?us eldest, died in Lawrence Hospital.
New London. Conn., of diab?te.? He
wa.< taken ?I! on M?>ri :.?
Harry Hanimer?tetn. arho ?t.? forty
8?*0 jrean ?*.?l. ha?l no* been engage?!
in basinaaa for ?omi* year?. He ?ri*
h Ii? . i K. Ota !>?*'
neu'. X. V. N". ?'.. ami on Sunday *-?n?
to Fort Wright ! i hot'* 1. land, fur a
encampment.
When bo became ? '.' .Monday he wi?
taken to Now London on a government
?r;?n.-p?i:T. He had suffered t.-om dia?
betes for several year?. He wan vis?
ite?! by hlfl brother. Arthur, yesterday
('?car Hammerjfrin has no?v only
one -on, Arthur, left. Abraham died
Fehruary ? and "A'.iiiam .lune in.
Harry Hammer?t!?:r. leave? a wife,
h ho ?va.< \i :t?i him at Fort W-rght, and
accompanied him to the ho.spital.
DR. HENRY DELVMUV
Henry I'.*?am.i.n. for
.. a teacher ;n the school- of ? o'
ega Pi it, Queens, died yesterday at
the home o?" Mr*.. Henry F. r?elamain.
hin daughter-in-law. in A' ? D, College
Point
Horn ia Fngiand in 1846, and jradu
-???'i a* Oxford L'niver ity, Dr. Deta*
.?amo to the i nitcd Stati
*7l. After teaching for several ae
in a private academy and 'ater hi the
village school?. D-. l>?*iainam ?'..? ap
pointe?! principal of 'he ?'ollege Pour?
schooN, ?rhiefl post he held until he
r?'t:r?*?i a -no*'? tinao ho? on a pension.
He aras a member of Anchor I.mlgs
F i A. M.. and of the local lodge of
the R? val Arcanum. The funeral will
be hel.i Friday.
JOHN BENSON PRESCOTT.
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Web ; ? - -? .lohn Ben
i'i ..r?. wealthy iron manu
facturar, died - u. i ? 1 > ? ? ? il eraoon
in In? homo here after four ?la- ?'
ne?.< of heart di ease, at the a??* oi
eighty-three.
Mr. Prescot* ?was born
Me., Apr?: S, 1831, the ?mi of Jcsao and
Sarah H. B?*n?on Preaeott, He w* .
founder of the .1 H. Pre???ott L San
foundries ?i Webatcr and Douglas?, re?
tiring ten year? ago.
,Rl\\H SHEPPERDSON \BELI..
Baltimore. July '2? Arunah ?Shea?
perd.son Ahell. grand***? o sf A. S. Abell.
ounder of "The Baltimore San," and
h.mself long identified with that p* ????
died 'tere '?.-.?a', He **a forty-eifht
?/ears ./..I. Mr. ??.bell
Anna Sehley. a cousin of Hear Admira;
\v. S. Sehley. She sanrreea him with
seven children.
MKS. LEAH ROSEW ITU.
??mahs. July 28. Mrs. ?Leah
?va*?*r. widow ??:' Edward Rosa ?
?.ounder of "T'r. ?? ?'-" and
Victor a.i 1 ?
?-;,,.,... ? ot' that
paper. :er home hi
DIED
Cowing Howard P.. Loun bery.C *?.
Darrell, G. Fredi rlc.M C. **
Ha.nes. George "?'? Scott, H lea G.
Howey, Alfred.
COWING A- Belle Terre, Long bland.
27, Howard EUskliffe, t
H?*r??.'r- !.. ind tana '? aged
p. mor-tiis and 18 aa? i- ineral pri?
vate. Ne? Ha- err paper n,?*?.- ? copy
L-ARREI.I. <>n July ; Fleas?
I .. : ". England, G. Freier
? k Dsrrell, aged 88.
HAINES A* Tom? River, X I., on
Tuesday. July 28, 1911, Geors '
air husband of I-abeha I?unliani
and sou of Marion A. and th?
?\ m A. Hi - ?
.? ? hr ? i ?i .!? ? i, Toaas
Rr-er. V. J. on Friday. July 81, ?'
1 p. in. Trains leave Central Rail?
road e W?. 1er-?<?.. foot '?'
? ?? a. na., re
turning ??"? p. m. Interment at
-
the family.
HOWEY "n Fir 11 Month.
JHr'n. at. S ' ? il, in th?
. ?? of Ne"- '.s \ red ?
T'i year?. Funeral servir??; ??
res:.i- nephev . .i
Howey, a; Woodsto*ra, V J.. on
Fourth Da Ioa1 itth, ?v
J ?'clock m th? afternoon.
LOUNSBER. Or Monda) r
:'.ncs?.
Ig ? of the
? . . ' - I ,.,,.
derson ?Lounsbcr" Funeral Miurs
'". a* _' 0
enee Win?
Interment at
<??? ? |y.
MITCHELL "... :.. ? . ton.
at Bel
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Frida I, Thorns
a . and
at.
m OTT Al M?ntela r, \. J . .1 i
1914. H? I.
liauifhter ..* l:..i??? .?ri.l" L;?ia
Scott. I . ral |
MANHATTAN AND BRONX.
ALLEN, Ai art it., J i
. ???????
Bl TLER, Mildred A . 27, aged
i *. Fun? ral to-m p. m., f rom
Church of Tra ruratii
MARSHAL!.. ' . Inly 87. Funeral
"o-?i;i - Am terdam .? .
METZMEIER, L. th ?t..
2T, a| - ?:* ... '?i-.Ja;
RINGLER, Margaret V . 20* i ? -
al to
moi r??"
BROOKLYN.
CROWE. Hubert
aged BO.
HIMMEI RI 1< R. I.?? iaa C, 102 Moffat
'-.I ? - ' :? ii'-r.,! to
ro??- Burial Fr .?. ;?? Reading '
KURZENKNABE. Christina, ?IS IUr*
-'.. -lui- J7. age?? 87. Funeral to
LAMM ,
27, aged ' .. Fuaeral to-mon
p. m.
PF.TT1T. Edith .**? Iria. 1046 F I...
July 27, aged 82. Funerai ?,.,-.la;
S I'LL PI hS, Br?dgwt, i .: Pre ki I
Jnly J?:. aged 10. Funeral to-day.
WALSH. Michawl 1., 141 Middl?
?27, a:-'d 17. Funeral
?LONG ISLAM'
PEARSALL, John T.. Whitcat
27, aged ?l Fai ?
RF.?.\ I i ? -lehogue. July ^7. aged
O. I'uneral t??-??.
SPATH. Carol! ?e, Sag lUtiior. |?|
age.l 70. Fnaotal tar-day.
VOJIK, ?arhara. Hu; -dore. ? .
agi*?? 29. I anecal t?,-.l?y.
SEW ?TERSE.
LA. TON, Sarah s.. Chatham, .?u -.
l?F\ INF. William, at l. -n i,.y
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KIMBALL, Jon.??wia. Ma.Hoon. Iul\ |T,
aged 88.
LAhi llora?.'. Il .;h Bridge. J|
ig.'.i .V
MAC FADDEN, Margaret. F
July 17, a?' I '
v Kd? ?a i ? .'. . Ju!y
J I \- uner.il to-inorr?.?
HEKKS, ia* ?ele i. Bavai
??range. July .'7, aged 20 ! . ? al
to aaai
caja*aj**ri mi ?.
Ill? lllinlll \W\ l MIMIK?
BU M ' ) ?i??i??ii i ?in ?im o lui.tf.
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