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Friday, December 2.
KEW AO V EKTISEME.VI'S ' TO-DAY.
Announcement The Ford Co. 4
Beechtim's Pills Druggists'. .
Cliicleis Dealers'. 5
Dolls Mendel & Freedman. 2
Dress Goods Chas. Monson Co. 5
English Walnuts D. M. VVelch & Son 2
i'.at. E. E. Kamsdell Probate Notice. 6
Est. W. R. Ballard Probate Notice. 6
Entertainments Hyperion Theater.
Fish Days The A. Foote Co.
For Sale House J. T. Sloan.
Handkerchiefs Howe & Stetson Co.
Home .Made Candy S. S. Adams.
Loans Lomas & Nettleton.
Pictures Gamble-Desmond Co.
Pinkham's Compound Druggists'.
Recital The. Treat & Shepard Co.
Stuart's Tablets Druggists'. .
Specials The Edw. Malley Co.
Tempters Boston Grocery Co.
Vinol Druggists'. -.Wanted
Man Drawer K.
&""f ft"?, hMtJOLL '
For New England: Fair Friday and
Saturday; fresh westerly winds.
For eastern New York: Partly cloudy
Local Weather Report,
New Haven. Dec 1.
i 8 a. m. J p. m.
liurometer -9 U2 ij.i't
Ituiperature.... ........ W 81
Yi ind Direction W SW
Wind VelooitT 8 1U
Iri'citiitatiou .0 1 ; .hi
ft'eatber Clear . i loudy
Hin. TemDecature 'M
iuux.'l eoiperut ure 87
I M. TAKR, Local Forecaster,
U. S. Weather Bureau.
, Brlet Mention.
High water to-day, 6:54 p. m.
St. Nicholas Magazine for December
at the Pease-Lewis Co.'s.
Four of the new cars for the trolley
company with electric push buttons and
Illuminated sign boards have arrived.
J. B. Hitchcock's new ten room house
oh Elm street; is completed and Julius
Scholz has begun the erection of a six
room house on Campbell avenue. '
Ground has been broken for the new
house to be erected on Elm street, West
Haven,, by the Colonial Realty com
pany. O.Sv. Dutcher will do the mason
work and E. E. Lohse the plumbing.
Isaac N. Dann has sold to the New
Tork, New Haven and Hartford Rail
road company, 40 feet of land on the
west side of Olive street along the cut,
and fronting on Lyon street. It is as
sessed for $6,890.
The committee of Yale undergradu
ates in charge of the Heald prize song
competition have decided to award the
prizes for undergraduate work only and
under the following conditions: 'A prize
of $25 is offered for a Tale song not set
to music. The song must not be less
than 16 nor1 . more than 32 lines In
length. It may treat of any side of
The exhibit made by the Connecticut
Shell Fish commission at the Louisiana
purchase exposition has been awarded
a gold medal. This exhibit was in the
special charge of a committee compos
ed of Hon. George C. Waldo, A. McC
Mathewson, and Engineer Charles H.
Nichols, and the foundation of the ex
hibit was the collection which has
been made by the commission during
the past 'few years.
NEARLY A CENTURY AGO.
Letter Written In 1805 Plainly Legible
and Well Preserved. '
While looking '. over a package : of
waste paper a few days ago, John Mc
Guigan, of Sheltori, found an old letter
which is quite a curiosity. It was writ-
ten in 1805, very nearly a century ago,
but is as legible now as though written
but a few days ago. It was addressed
to Dr. Eneas Monson, Jr., New Haven,
and 'was sent from Springfield, bearing
the initials "M. S." as the only signa
ture. rrVA nana, to aafPvnn rnlni n Cd 1
r . T, , : , 1 ,7 .
word can be read without difficulty.
The letter contains the news of an
unexpected marriage of a relative of
both the writer and the recipient of the
letter apparently, and is well written;
the composition being far above the
average and the epistle being in all
probability the work of a well educated
Just- how a letter, written at this
time, will look a century hence, can of
course only be imagined, but judging
from some one-tenth that age, it is
more than probable that such a letter
would be illegible, owing to the fading
of "the ink, if Indeed the paper Itself
would not be utterly destroyed before
that length of time elapses. Water
Event' Celebrated Last Evening
i, , - Home of Bride.
An unusually pretty wedding occur
red last evening at 8 o'clock at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Phelan of
109 Newhall street when their daugh
ted Adah E. , Reynolds Phelan was
united in marriage to Adelbert L Dew
ey of this city. ,' .' -
The groom Is connected with the re
portorial staff of the Union, and both
he and the bride are well known and
WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
New Lodge Organized In Oakvllle by
Deputy Henry C. Fuller, of this city,
organized a camp of Modern Woodmen aged fifteen years, is dead here as a re
of America in Judd's hall, Oakvllle, on' j suit. of being struck by a football. . He
Tuesday evening. Mr. Fuller secured was attacked with cerebro .spinal men
eeveral charter members, and prospects ! ingitis after being hit in the back of the
are bright for a rapid increase in mem- I head with a footbull a week ago Ills
fcershlp, 1 neck was wrenched, ,
VARIOUS ITEMS OF lATJESBST
HERE AXD THERE.
Interest fa KarraganMtt Bay Oyster
' Company Sold Death of George W;
TerrUI Tribune Society to Bold Fair
Missionary from West China to
Speak at Baptist Church Christmas
GUts Being; Seat Abroad Captain
Colemaa Returns Home.
F. J. and W. F. Mansfield have re
cently sold their interest in the Narra
gansett Bay Oyster' company to C. V.
Parmelee. C. W. Parmelee has been
elected treasurer and F. L. Parmelee
secretary of the company.
Gtcrge F. Ten-ill of 205 Ferry street,
who died at Grace hospital Wednesday,
was seventy-inree years oi age ana
had been a resident of Fair Haven for
about twenty years, coming here from
Bridgeport. He had been employed for
many years as a bodymaker in the car
riage factory of Hooker & Co. Mr.
Terrill had bwn in failing health for
au jul a jcat, uui .a, auic (menu
the G. .A. R.. encmpment at . Boston
last sumiqer. He was a veteran in the
civil war, serving In the cavalry, and
was a mpTYihfr rif Admiral TTnrtta nnnf
G. A. R. He was a. member of Grace
church. He has no near relatives, his
wife dying about six months ago. The
i .m k vt. mm rn..i
street this afternoon at 2:30.
The Riverside " Tribune society of
girls are to hold a fair at Mr. Osborn's
home, 571 Quinnlpiac avenue on Satur
day at 3 p. m. for the benefit of deserv
ing families which they wish to aid.
Mrs. Beeman, a missionary from west
China, will speak this evening at the
j prayer meeting of 'the Grand avenue
Rev; Rodney Roundey of Ludlow, Vt.,
was here visiting friends yesterday. He
was formerly an assistant to the Rev.
J. Lee Mitchell, when the latter was
pastor of the Grand avenue Congre
gational church. Mr. Roundy is pastor
of a church of about 150 members.
The ladies' aid society of the Grand
avenue Congregational church will
hold a food sale on Saturday at 2 p. m.
in the church parlors, where meats,
baked beans, pies, cakes, jellies, etc.,
will be on sale.
The annual meeting of the Grand avew
nue Congregational church will be held
on Friday evening of next week.
" At station A Christmas packages
have already begun to be forwarded,
most of the early dispatches being sent
to European countries.
. Nelson A. Beebe of ; Pine street has
been empowered by the probate court
as administrator of the estate of trie
late Eunice J. Monson to sell property
at 719-721 Grand avenue at public auc-
tion, ' January 20, .1905, or at private
sale previously. The . property is 27
feet front and extends 125 feet on
The little daughter of Harry Flint iof
East Pear street is ill with diphtheria
and Captin Bush's daughter Caroline
has symptoms of the disease.
W. F. Hubbard and Eugene' Thomp
son on Wednesday shot fourteen squir
rels, three partridges, one quail and a
Yesterday morning a - pipe - leading
from the.nre tanks at the railroad re.
pair shops on Grand avenue burst and
caused quite a deluge,
It is estimated that there were 300,000
bushels of seed oysters taken from the
natural bed off Bridgeport the past
season, valued at over $217,000. It is
the best catch in five years, and sev
eral Fair Haven boatmen shared in the
Captain John Coleman in his sharpie
has returned from Bridgeport where
he has been engaged In dredging oys
ters on the natural- beds. Captain
Frank Larrabee in his . boat has also
returned after the season's dredging.
B. S. Wade delivered an Illustrated
lecture on the "world's fair at City
Mission hall Wednesday evening.
The- boat . J. M. Demlng has arrived
from Providence with oysters. Schooner
Reeves and steamer Enterprise has ar.
rived with oysters from Rocka way and
the Schooner Moss with Narragansett
bay oysters;, also steamer Ruel Rowe
with a cargo for H. C. Rowe & Co,
Pomona Grange" Meets In Orange,
About 100 patrons of ; New Haven
County Pomona grange spent an enjoy-
'able day in Orange where the election
omcers xor me ensuing year occurred.
The morning session was wholly devot
ed to the election. At 12:15 the pat
rons were invited to the dining hall,
where one of the bountiful dinners for
which Orange is noted was served. The
meeting was called to order at 1:30,
when the election was completed, after
which the patrons listened to a short
programme prepared by the worthy lec
turer. Mrs.- C. A. D. Ailing. '
Brother B.V. Dic'kerman, past master
of Hamden grange, who is an active
mpmber of Pomona, was elected master,
and we have no doubt he will discharge
his duties with fidelity.
Brother Walter Hine, one of Orange's
most wide awake patrons, was chosen
overseer. Mrs. C. A. D. Allen of Wal
lirpford grange, "received her usual
unanimous vote for lecturer.
Steward, C. ' J. ' Parmelee; assistant
steward, Walter Potter; chaplain, Mar
cus Wooding; treasurer, R, H.' Coe;
secretary, Oscar Smith : gate keeper, H.
F. Potter; Pomona, Mrs. J. Beisiegel;
Ceres, Mrs, Wilbur -Benham; Flora,
Mrs. Walter Hine; lady assistant stew
ard, Miss Susan Jacobs.
SHOT TORE HOLE IN SIDE.
Newtown, Dec. Bryaji Ferry, son
of Granville Ferry of Dodgingtown dls
trist of Newtown, accidentally shot
himself while hunting yesterday and to
day is in a very serious state. Both
barrels of the weapon were discharged,
the shot tearing a hole in the young
KILLED BY FOOTBALL.
New Milford, Dec. 1. Truman Castle,
1ST BR TA IXHESTS.
x Hyperion Tbenter.
Annie Russell will appear at the Hy
naOTs... ttioata this cweninz in a new
. . VJt. . u. ... v
comedy that her manager, Charles ,
Frohman, thinks is one ot the Desi me
diums she has ever had. Miss Russell
is always charming, regardless of her
anVtnnrliriPS tAF art beingr of that
subtle nature that blends perfectly with
her winsome personality, and year aft
er year she grows in artistic merit, but
"the play, is the thing." and Sdisa Rus
sell, with aa adequate play, will at
tract capacity houses throughout the j
SECRET OF POLICHINELLE.
"The Secret of Polichinelle" ran one
hundred and thirty-three nights In New
York last spring. The comedy was first
produced by James K. Hackett at the
Madison Square theater, and the fire
commissioners closed the house on ac
count of the Iroquois fire scare in Chi
cago. The play then moved to the Gar
den theater, where It ran for a couple
of months. That house was then hand
ed over to the carpenters and .builders
for alterations, and "Polichinelle" mov
ed to the Princess theater, where Its
run was continued well Into the heated
term. In spite of all these changes of
domicile the nightly attendance did not
vary ten dollars a performance. .This
slight variation was In the amount of
standing room sold, for during the en
tire run of the play there was not a
single performance at which every seat
In the house had not been sold before
7:30 In the evening. The play comes to
"the Hyperion theater to-morrow even
ing, with William H. Thompson and
the original company and production
LITTLE DAVID FINLAY IN "POLI-
; ' . '. CHINELLE." , . ' . .
; ' ;? Ywanq." . -
' The sale of. seats for De Wolf Hop
per's : forthcoming ; engagement at , the
Hyperion theater next Monday night ill
his most famous comic, opera, "Wang,"
the Shubert revival of the delightful old
piece, began at 9 o'clock yesterday
morning, and the early demand prom
ised all sorts ot success for the popular
comedian and his new-old offering.
ISLE OF SPICE.
B. C. Whitney, manager of the "Isle
of Spice"-company,, which appears at
the Hyperion theater next Wednesday,
matinee and evening, has Just received
word from his Boston - attorneys that
they have succeeded in enjoining a mu
sical company playing there from sing
ing. "The Broomstick Witches." Mr.
Whitney now has al the stage busi
ness as well as the words and music
of the "Isle . of ' Spice" protected by
copyright. Seats Will be on sale Mon-i
New Hnven Theater.
; In the comedy drama ''The Unwrit
ten Law," as presented at the New Ha
ven, theater last evening, the author,
Mark E. Swan, has hit upon a new
form of presenting the old story of mis
trusting and misguided though devoted
husband, the jealous wife and the mu
tual friend who betrays husband's con
fidence and endeavors to compromise
the wife by his pretense of affection.
The play is neatly worked up and the
plot is strong and full of interesting
Paul Featherstone is an artist of
some ability and has a handsome wife
Mona, with whom he is desperately in
love, and she with him, but her Jeal
ousy leads to the belief that he is in
love with another woman tmd she de
serts him. This is the desire of Griffith
Wolfe, who is a wolf in reality, and he
uses the opportunity to advantage.
Mona leaves the country- for a trip to
Europe, is followed by Wolfe, who con
tinues to assert his love for her but
she spurns him, and at length tiring of
the life of wandering Mona returns to
her "former home, still ( pursued hy
Wolfe, who continues to force his' at
tentions upon her. She maintains her.
lover for her husband, who had dur
ing her absence been stricken blind,
and whose ardent love had turned to
bitter hate, because of her deserting
him. " " ""',;'.' .'v."
Wolfe, foil-?'! in his Ipvemaklng while
the husband is alive, resolves on des
perate means to put him out of the
way, and is about to accomplish his
horrible purpose when the husband's
r sight Is miraculously restored and In a
fight to the death Wolfe is cast from
the balcony of a hotel overhanging a
high cliff and falls headlong to destruc
tion. Explanations are quickly made
and lusband and wife reunited. There
are a number of by plays In the course
of the action which furnish abundant
comedv and make the play bright and
Miss .Miriam Shelby, as Mona is the
leading woman and Is ably supported
by a -company of much excellence, r
. "The Unwritten Law" will be repeat
ed at the New Haven theater this and
to-morrow evening and Saturday mati
THE FEMALE DETECTIVES.
A rare treat is offered to the patrons
of the New Haven theater next Mon
day, Tuesday and "Wednesday nights,
when the famous Russell brothers, of
International fame, and their, elegant
supporting company will appear ; in
their latest and most successful com
edy drama, "The Female Detectives,"
from the pen of that sterling young au
thor Charles A, Taylor, who is now
reaping the fruits of royalties from no
less than fourteen successful plays now
touring this country. He has given the
Russell brothers the desired opportuni
ty to display i their fertile and . well
known ability; he has also Interwoven
a splendid love story that appeals to
the hearts of all. The situations and
climaxes are wonderful and thrilling.
Every opportunity is gtven to James
Russell to display his own peculiar
comedy, also to John Russell, the sweet
singer and actor. .The scenery. . which
is lavish and complete, is from the
studio of that master of scenic art, J.
Frank Dodged The Russell ! brothers
are acknowledged to be the highest sal
aried artists in America and are backed
by a strong company, but prices will
remain as usual an opportunity. not to
be missed. The astute Boston Globe
says: "The Russell brothers are a big
hit"..-; '-- -v ....
There will be a matinee Wednesday.
The advance sale indicates big houses.
Secure seats at once-
OVER NIAGARA FALLS. ...
Niagara's rushing waters and the
terrific roar of the falls, Lake Chautau
qua, an Indian village and Pan-American
exposition buildings are all skilful
ly depicted in Rowland and Clifford's
glgantio melodrama, "Over Niagara
Falls," which will be presented at the
New Haven theater on Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday, December, 8, 9 and
10. It is Just the play to stir an audi
ence, and thrilling excitement runs
high, especially iwhen the heroine, en
cased in a barrel, is dashed over the
Horseshoe Falls. The scenic effects of
this piece are grand. There will be a
Trick bicyclists of the sensational va
riety are on the Poll bill thrs week. Hill
and Sylvalnl are the feature . with a
most clever exhibition of skill in that
line. . . '.
George Wilson Is particularly pleas
ing with his witty material and Jokes.
George Is the minstrel king and richly
deserves the title.
Ardelle, Bayard and company, with
the two pickaninnies with songs, cos- l
tume changes and clever work in the
dance, are scoring big.
Brown, Harrison and Browni the ec
centric comedy makers; Monroe, Mack
and Lawrence, with a comedy sketch,
"How to Get .Rid of Your Mother-ln-Law."
Ethel Robinson, the dainty comedi
enne, with song hits; Barto and Laffei
ty, with songs and dances, and the elec
trograph, with a-series of the motion
picture views, complete the bill. The
auto races are vividly shown this week,
as well as the opening of the New York
Prices: Evenings, 10, 20 and 30 cents;
afternoons, 10 and 20 cents; ladles at
matinees, 10 cents; box seats, SO cents.
SO HORACE SAYS.
Predicts Big Fall of Snow in a Day or
Two.- " "
Horace Johnson says: "There will be
a disturbance lir the atmosphere which
will take place from the Bth to the 7th
of December; it will be general. There
will be a great fall of snow, followed by
a cold wave, and navigation wlll.be
closed. There will be a great pressure
of the atmospheric wave from the ocean
and likely to produce rain along the
coast from Texas to Maine."
BETHEL GOLDEN WEDDINGS.'
Three Prominent Couplese Wedded Fif
ty Years, Celebrate the Same Eveh-
t Bethel,' Dec. 1. The fiftieth anniver-
I nanus ui iiic weuuings vi uiree promi
inent couples of this village, Dr. and
Mrs. A. E. Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Clay Judd and Deacon and Mrs. Wil
liam W.' Sherman, were celebrated
Tuesday night, and the majority of the
people of the place participated in one
or more of (the events. Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman and Mr. and Mrs. Judd were I
married in Bethel In 1854, and the wed
ding of Dr. and Mrs. Barber took place
A FEW POINTERS. , .
The recent statistics of the number
of deaths show that,the large majority
die with consumption. ' This disease
may commence with an apparently
harmless .cough, that can be cured
quickly , by Kemp's Balsam for the
Throat and Lungs, which is guaran-.
teed to cure and relieve all cases. Price
25c and 50c. Sold by all druggists.
Sample mailed free. Address Kemp's
Balsam, Le Roy, N, Y.
Specials at Motley's.
We wish to call particular attention to our particular Decorative Department. We
carry a large line of fine imported fabrics, suitable for all kinds of decoration
Turkish corners, window-seats, cozy nooks, .draperies .and curtains of every de
scription. We have the French and German velours in single and double face,
skin tapestries in Art Nouveaux and antique effects, also satin damasks of artistic
design and delicate color combinations. Besides, we carry a varied assortment of
Arabian, Cluny, Irish Point, Swiss Tamboured and Renaissance laces and Motifs
for making lace door panels.
We are always pleased to furnish estimates for draperies, window shades, slip
covers, re-upholstering of furniture 6r anything hi the decorative line. We also do
artistic picture framing of every description, and this as well as our decorative work
is handled at the most reasonable prices.
We will run some specials on Friday, which it will pay you to consider.
. Here are a few : - -
One small lot of Window Shades wh ch we
have used as samples. They were Ifif
25c, 35c and 50c each. Now at IU
A thousand (1000) yards of Silkoline that
was I2i c a yard. Now at - - q
' Twenty-five hundred (2500) yards of Fig
tired Muslin. Regular price, 7 'r , n j 1 nr
10c and 15c a yard. Now at 'lunu,ivu
25c red, green and blue coinspots SC
A Confidential Chat
TJROM the time furs
A were originally
worn some thous
and's of years ago, up
to the present day, they
have maintained an
ever - Increasing com
Good furs are akin
to fine gems, and will
always command ad
miration, respect and
a proper price. Cheap
skins are often made to
assume in turn the tints
of the sable, the otter,
the fox and the seal,
and the unwary are often
tempted by a misrepresen
tation. It is no more than
just and fair to those who
wish to enjoy the warmth
and style that go with furs,
but are unable to pay the
higher prices for the genu
ine skins, that they be per
mitted to wear pieces resem
bling the originals. But the
Injustice and the unfairness
arise when dealers attempt
to misrepresent their furs to
We sell the so-called Imi
tation furs which are simp
ly the skins of more plenti
ful, animals treated to re
semble those of the rarer
ones but in all cases we
tell the customers just what
they are buying. We call a
spade a spade and , if the
skin -is from a coney, al
though it may look like a
seal, we say that Is was ori
ginally a coney.
- The rarer skins lend , cer
taie distinction and the great
Care used tn preparing them
is ultimately shown in their
wearng qualities and the
maintenance of their charac
$15 Reductions in Suits and Garments.
One Costume of Nile Green Crepe de
Chine Bodice has yoke of sheer net and
thread lace with touches of two-toned poma
dour silk.'' Has flounce skirt with insertions
of thread lace. Was $75.
; Reduced to $60.
One Costume in Parsifal Blue. Made of
Broadtail Velour, with touches of lace, Per
sian trimmings and ornaments. Skirt is cut
very full suitable for afternoon or street
Reduced to $50.
One Eventng Coat of red broadcloth,
French model, lined throughout with white
Peau de Cygne. Braid and trimmings to
match. Handsomely stiiched and finished.
Reduced to $45.
' LAWYERS SUE FOR SUN.
MlUord Company Cutting ...Off i Office
."',? "'' ;- , Sunshine.
.' Charles O. Root, William E. Thorns
and Frederick M. Feasley, the lawyers,
have brought suit against the Milford
Land and Cottage company for one
thousand dollars damages because of
the - alleged violation of a contract.
The three attorneys entered Into a con
tract for the lease of the second floor of
the company's building at the south
corner of Leavenworth and Center
streets and" some time ago sublet part
of :the floor to the Waterbury Title
company. In the contract It as
agreed, "so It is claimed, that the roon.
row occupied by the Waterbury TK1
company should bo lighted f rm tk
south side byjarge windows. Tnes
i large windows wert put in - , :
Tapestry and Damask Table Covers.
Now"! 75c-t0 -450'- 55c to $3.50
18c Tamboured Muslin, good qua!i-
ty, at - - - - ' l
Six hundred (630) mill samples of Tapes
try Squares and Remnants, suitable ' for
furniture Were 35c to $8 iQn4n A
each. Now at - li,c 10
Recently - the company erected a
brick addition to the building on the
south side. This, It is claimed, shuts
off the light from the room occupied by
the Title company. In addition to the
damage suit the three attorneys ask
for an Injunction restraining the Mil
ford Land and Cottage company from
raising the building any higher, and
they also ask an order of the1 court to
compel the company to remove enough
of the building to allow the light to
enter freely. ' '
Attorney Root stated to-day that
there was .an excellent prospect of the
suit being settled. John W. Gaffney, of
the Milford Land an A Cottage compa
ny, has ajrreed, said Mr, Root, to light
the room In another manner, whloli will
answer a well at, btfere. 'if this is
cone It is probable that the suit will be
trithdrawn. It has been made returna-
$1.50 Couch Covers
So it pays,- , whether
you intend to purchase
the finer or cheaper
ones, to buy only at re
liable places where
furriers with conscien
ce's are represented. .
, You can depend up
on it, that our furs have
all, the virtues we
claim for them, and we
place prices low to in
terest the buyers of all
Furs are admirable
holiday gifts, stamping
the doner into almost
Furs last a lifetime.each
year enhancing their
value. Remember tint
for cold weather a bir
of fur, if only a scarf
about the neck or a neat
muff to comfort chilly
hands, will be appreci
ated by every, woman,
girl or child.
We have aft immense
variety of the new
shapes in muffs and
neck and shoulder
pieces; also coats. ,:;
All goo 1s are marked
in plain figures and at
the very' lowest possi
ble prices at which re
liable goods can be
We will furnish the
handsome furs and you
will furnish the social
dist nctiontftat goes with
One Tailored Suit of Sane-green Broad
tail Velour. Handsomely finished with braid
to match. Long coat, lined throughout with
white taffeta; kilted skirt. Was $50.
Reduced to $35.
One Napoleon Cape of onion color broad
broadcloth, lined with taffeta to match and
trimmed with uncut beaver, handsomely
wrought Indian bead-work, frogs and loops.
Cut very wide. Was $65.
Reduced to $50.
One Directoire Suit of Blue Velvet with em
broidered collar and vest of Mode Velvet.
Very full skirt. Was $65.00.
Reduced to $50.
i One Paquin Model of broadtail velvet with
white collar and vest. Handsomely stitched
and trimmed. Was $60.00.
Reduced to $45.00.
Ible to the Superior court on the first
Tuesday In December.
Ihe public lecture last evening: in the
University Extension Center course
was delivered by Dr. Edward Howard
Griggs on "World Forces and the ln
dividual; Anthony and Cleopatra." This
was the fifth lecture in Dr. Griggs'
highly interesting Shakesperean course.
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