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KEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIEB, ) S ATTJRD ATf "APRIL 14 1906.
5 1 11. --11 1 r I I Easter IParade Are You Ready? If not, come here to day and we shall ex- emplify the superior- ity of our garments in style, material and making. M Women's Easter SUITS. M Misses' Easter SUITS. M Children's Easter SUITS. Women's Easter COATS. Misses' Easter COATS. Children's Easter COATS. Women's Silk COATS. Lingereie WAISTS for EASTER. Lace WAISTS for EASTER Silk WAISTS for EASTER. Fine assortment of Correct Styles. Your Easter Wants in Kid arid Silk Gloves Can best be taken care of here. Fresh stocks of the most wanted styles that all are clamoring for, and which are hard to get. THE DEATH OP ACTAEON. (Continued from Fourth Page.) most friendly only a month or two be fore. But there wag nothing vicious about Actaeon- He was full of play, but never showed the slightest dis position to use his weapons In earnest. Of course, one had to ibe careful in playing with him, for his movements were often extremely rapid, and there was always a possibility of his driving home one of his bone daggers, in fun or by accident. He was always, also, very fond of using his fore feet, and If any one teased him too much, he was arit to deal out a few smart blows with his sharp-pointed hoofs, as a warning that he had all the nonsense he would etand. But even If the teasing was continued, he would not get angry, but would walk away to the peace and quiet of his own shady woods. , When the hunting season began we were, of course, very much afraid that tiie fearless little fellow would come to grief, and twice I went so far as to lock him up in a small enclosure, where he- was safe from the gunners. But, after the freedom of the woods, he chafed under the confinement, and eeemed so, unhappy that I decided to Jet him go and take his chances. He was well known 'to all my neighbors, and I knew that not one of them would tit-wot him, for they thought almost as ihuch of him as we did. At least one Of them allowed several deer to escape him rather than take the risk of shoot ing Actaeon." But, to a stranger, a buck's a buck, and at a little distance It is difficult to. distinguish a tame ani mal from a wjld one. There were times when I could not be sure, tnyself, whether a particular deer was Actaeon or another.. Once, I remember, I was walking with a hunter and we rounded a bend in the trail, a .buck sprang away wltto tall in the air, as the man threw up his rifle, he asked hurriedly: "Do you think that could possibly be your deer?" I did not believe it was but I noticed that it was a "two-pointer, and cried, "Don't shoot," on general principles. The buck cleared a brook and came to a' stand less than a hundred yards QOOOOOOOOOOO o o After the g Siege Is Over and you have been Cured of your cough or cold by Hale's Honey of Hore- O hound and Tar, there are no unpleasant after- 0 effects. This old-time remedy is effectual and harmless. 0 Q Ask your druggist O o : Q Pike' Toothache Drops Q q Cure In One Minute. Q OOOOC OG OCOGQ away. His attitude was one of alarm, and the hunter, whose rifle had been leveled from the first moment remarked that It was altogether too wild to be my dear. Still I was uncertain, and a moment later the buck, after giving us a careful looking over, turned and came trotting up to me. It was Ac taeon, sure enough, but we had come upon him suddenly, and startled him so that he had fled as for his life. On a crisp November morning, I met the buck again, and we went for a long walk together. He was particularly affectionate that day, following closely at my heels, and seemingly unwilling to have me out of his slgtit for a moment. If I sat down, he would come up and lick my face and hands, and playfully nibble at my coat- We wont far away up a mountain trail, and at last came cut on a ledge of rocks, whence we had a broad view of the country to the west of us, to old Ascutney and the Green Mountains of Vermont. I lay down to enjoy it all and Actaeon lay down beside me, and seemed to enjoy it too. At any rate, he was quite content to lie there, blinking his soft eyes and calmly chewing the cud. And I stroked his coat, now gray and thick again, and I decided that next month I would put him in the enclosure for a short time, so that when he dropped his antlers I might find th.em Next day I went away on business, and on returning one afternnoon, some two weeks later, .1 decided to' take a turn in the woods before tea- As usual I thought of the little buck, and won dered if I should meet him, and kept a sharp lookout for 61s well-known figure which might come into view at any moment. I did not see him, but this fact gave me no uneasiness, for the woods were large. It was dusk when I turned toward home, yet I still looked about me from time to time, In the hope of seeing my little friend on some hill-top against the sky. Crossing a valley. I passed not far from a spruce tree standing quite alone, and beneath it lay something small and white. From force of habit, I turned aside to see what It might be and almost stum bled over the Jbody of a deer, whose white throat, it was which had attract ed my, attention'. . .. '. "What if it phould by my buck!" was the thought which flashed into my mind, and In a moment I was on my knees, trying to examine the features. It was toq dark to see the details of the face, but It was a two-point buck and as I passed my hand over the ears I knew that it was Actaeon. Owing to a slight injury when the deer was small one of the ears curved over ever so lit tle at the tip, and I could plainly feel this curve. One hind ' leg had been shattered by a bullet, and half the throat had been shot away. Another bungling crime had been committed in the name of sport. ERNEST HAROLD BAYNES. GYMNASTIC EXHIBIT AT TURN VEREIN. i Class of 180 Boys and Girls to Show Results of German System of Physi cal Training. ( The gymnastic exhibition to foe given by the New Haven Trun Verein at Mus(c hall Wednesday evening, April 18, promises to be one of the greatest demonstrations of gymnastics witness ed In years. Physical Director Christian Broenr has made it his object to show the physical training as carried on by the Turn .Verein to its fullest advantage. There will be over 180 pupils taking part, boys and girls ranging from the age of six years to young men and ladles. Besides the display of physical training there will be singing of the various German singing societies. Pen tonia, Arbelter Maennerchor, Ceacelia, Harugarl, and Hermansonn Maenner Ohor. There will be addresses by Dr. E. K. Arnold and Mayor Studley. The proceeds are to go toward the building funi for the new gymnasium of which the Turn Verein has taken full possession these days. EASTER BELLS. The morning dawns in glory, The Easter bells are ringing, They tell the glad old story Of happy angels singing. "Oh, He Js risen, risen!" And o'er the earth it rolls "Oh, He Is risen; risen!" The echo' rolls and rolls. The noontide splendor heightens, Its prettiest radiance flinging. And earth's cold bosom brightens With warmth and flowers springing. "Oh, He is risen, risen!" And o'er the earth It rolls. "Oh, He Is risen, risen!" The echo rolls and rolls. Now evening'3 perfumed shadows, The glowing stars are. bringing. Man's prayers are veiled in sorrows, But angels still are singing. "Oh, He is risen, risen!" And o'er the earth it rolls. "Oh, He Is risen, risen!" The echo rolls and rolls. BARBERRY BITTERSWEET. APRIL MEETING. Of 'the New Haven Colony Historical . Society. The April meeting of the New Ha ven Colony Historical society will foe held on Monday evening, April 16, At 8 o'clock. A paper entitled "Mathew Lyon, Colonial Irishman, Patriot and Legislator," will be read by Miss Mary L. Llnehan of Hartford. The public is cordially Invited. BUSH FIRE ON SHELTON AVENUE Chemical Called to Insure Safety of Neighboring Houses. There was a solitary still alarm yes terday. That was for a brush fire on Shelton avenue, near Hanson street. The fire reached such proportions that it was decided best to call on the de partment for the safety of the nearby houses. LECTURE AT SPRINGSIDE HOME. Stereopticon Views of Australia Shown by Rev! J. a. Timm. The Rev. J. A. Timm, pastor of the German Lutheran church, afforded the inmates of Springside home a splendid stereoptican entertainment last night. The slides were of Australian views and delighted the audience which gath ered in the chapel GREAT BOWLING GAME. Clan Gordon of Hartford Defeated Clan McLeod by the Small Majority of 2 Points. : Clan McLeod, No. 31, 0. S. C of this city, had as its guests the bowling team of Clan Gordon of Hartford last night. Three rings of twelve players a side competed and the game was one of the most exciting of the season. The Hart ford players won out by the small ma jority of 2 points. The scores and players: Rink No. 1 Hartford New Haven D. Christie D. Miller J. Sternthers ., D. Brown Alexander Angus J. Adamson James McGeachie (skip) J. McKenzie (skip) Points, 23. , , Points. 25. Rink No. 2 W. Nellson Alexander Watson A. Purvis '..Duncan W'onhart A. Pullar Alexander Chalmers Charles Henderson Wm. Symons Charles Pullar (skip), James Mustarde (skip) Points, 22. Points, 14. , Rink No. 3 j. Ennls ................ Wm. Davidson J. Grozier D. Kydd Alexander Angus ....R. Hunter Wm. Brand (skip) Charles Grant (skip) Points, 13. Points, IT. ' Total points for Hartford, 58; for New Haven, E6. Majority of points for Hartford,' 2. TELEGRAPH COMPANY'S OFFER, Will Give Free. Service in Connection With Relief of Italian Sufferers. The following message was received at the local office of the Western Union Telegraph company last night from the office of the superintendent In Hart ford. It shows great generosity on the part of the company in aid of the Ital ian sufferers: Superintendent's Office, Western Union Telegraph Co. Hartford, Conn., April 13, 1906. Manager Western Union, New Haven, Conn.: If any applications should reach you from duly cortntituted bodies you are authorized to arrange for a limited amount of free service, in connection with the relief of sufferers In Itnly from the recent volcanic disturbances. The service should be limtled to domestic messages and does not apply to free transmission of money. , F. E. Clary, Supt. 'irilHMlir yoTF.s Funeral of Stiles D. Woodruff A Large and Notable Gathering-. The funeral services of Stiles D. Woodruff took place yesterday after noon at his late residence In Orange, attended by a large concourse of. sor rowing friends, assembled to pay the last tribute to an , honored and esteemed citizen, among whom were many men of prominence in Orange, as well as many from New Haven, Milford, Derby and other places. The services were very impressive and were conducted by Rev. Benjamin Wright, pastor of Oo Orange Congregational church, who, in the course of his remarks, paid a fine and appreciative tribute to the deceas ed. One thought that he expressed was that during the ten years of his pas torate In Orange he had been much Im pressed by 'the gi'eat usefulness of Mr. Woodruff in the church and for' the town's welfare. He was indeed a val uable citizen and a valuable Christian worker, whose large influence was ex erted for what was good and uplifting. In the room where the casket lay the display of flowers was very large and beautiful. Around the casket was draped the American llag In honor of the patriotic services of the deceased as a soldier of the Union In the civil war, in the Twenty-seventh Connecticut Volunteers. The pallbearers were the following ex-members of the Twenty-seventh C. V.: Albertus N. Clark, of Milford; Wil liam M. Russell and E. A. Russell, of Orange; Charles A. Baldwin, of New Haven; Charles H. Smith, of Milford, and Horace " Stevens and George W. Hungerford. The Interment was In the Orange cemetery, by the side of the remains of his beloved wife, who died a few weeks ago. As the casket was being lowered into the grave taps were sounded from a hill in the distance. Mr. Maycock, of Lewis & Maycock, this city, was the funeral director. MRS. MARY A. McCABE. The death of Mary A., wife of Michael McCabe, occurred Thursday night at her home, 124 Monroe street. Mrs. Mc Cabe was forty-five years old and leaves, besides her husband, three chll dren. Funeral services will bo held to morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Interment will be in St. Bernard's cem etery. MRS. DAVIS. The funeral of Mrs. Davis, of First avenue, West Haven, took place yester day afternoon, Rev. Dr. Beardsloy, of St. Thomas' church, this city, officiat ing. The interment was in Evergreen cemetery. JAMES KENNEDY. The funeral of James Kennedy, who died at the New Haven hospital Thurs day night, will be held this morning from his late home, 201 Chapel street. Services will be held at St. Francis' church at 10:30. The interment will be in St. Lawrence cemetery. Mr. Kennedy was forty-one years old and is survived by a wife and two chil dren. MRS. ANNIE MCCARTHY. The funeral services of Annie, wife of Michael McCarthy, will be held this afternoon at 1:30 from her late home, 170 East street, and from St. Patrick's church at 2 o'clock. The interment will be ir. St. Bernard's cemetery, Mrs. McCarthy is survived by a hus band and two daughters. ARRESTED FOR FAST DRIVING. Offense Took Place at Shore In West Haven. A certain Ella Johnson was arrested by Officer Ni?sen of West Haven to ward night yesterday at the shore. It Is charged that she was driving her horse too fast - . . . Hu gcr-Tro yvbrl dge. Word was received yesterday after noon of the marriage of Miss Dorothy Q. Trowbridge, daughter of Mrs. E. Hayes Trowbridge, of 810 Temple street, to Robert Hager, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hager, formerly of Hagers town, Maryland, but now of New York. They were quietly married in New York city last Saturday, April 7, in the pres ence of their immediate families, by Rev. Thomas R. Bridges, of South church. I Mrs. Hager Is well known in New ! Haven and is a graduate of Briarcllff school, where she made many friends. Mr. Hager is a' graduate of Phillips academy, Andover, and at present a member of the class .pf 1908 at Yale, from whose members he is receiving hearty congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Hager have left for a wedding tour in the south. THREE HOURS OF PRAYER SER VICE. Held in Christ Church, West Haven, Yesterday. It is expected there will be a large display of flowers in Christ , M. E, church, West Haven, at the Easter ser vice to-morrow morning. The observ ance of Good Friday consisted in the three hours of prayer service at the church yesterday... FED PIGS IMPURE FOOD. Charge Against Willard Barne3 is Cruelty to Animals. Willard Barnes cf 911 Elm street, who works for William B. McCarthy on Park street,, was arrested yesterday for cruelty to animals. The complaint charges that Barnes fed improper food to hogs,' which were under his care. A NQTItE DAME I. ADV. I will send free with full Instructions some of this simple preparation for the Cure of Lcucorrhoea, Ulceration, Dis placements, Falling of the Womb, Scanty or painful Periods, Tumors or drouths. Hot Flashes, Desire co Cry, Creeping fooling up the Spine, Pain in the Back, and nil Female Troubles, to all sending address. To mothers of suffering daughters I will explain a Sucossful Home Treatment. If you de cide to continue it will only cost about 12 cents a week to guarantee a cure. I do not wish to sell you anything. Tell other sufferers of it, that is all I ask. Address Mrs. M. Summers, Box 375 Notre Dame, Ind. VISUM GUN STORE For all kinds of Fishing Tackle and Bait ; to see the beit bargains and the best makes of all kinds of Fire arms and Ammunition ; to get your' key?: refitted and your electric bells repaired ; to listen to the sweetest toned talking machines, and to be rightly treated in every way. LADY ATTENDANT. John E. Bassett, Proprietor. Gun Store, 5 Churh St. Carpets Clearted Without Taking Up by The Vacuum Cleaner. The Onrnct I not lorn In (nkliiK up. Tlie web I not broken lij- bcntlng. The llbre Is not stretched In relajlnsr. Ton nvold having; your carpets thrown Into n iriiRon nnd mixed with others having disease (terms. Write nt onee nnil ennnne nil for your SPRING CLEANING, which will be done without nnnoynnee or delay. I'XImnles mid full uitrtleu lnra on application. Vacuum Cleaner Co Home, IlnnkM, Office denned, Day nnil nlant service 38 Church St. P. O. Box 1151. Tel. 3024-5, HOUSE FURNISHINGS, t Stronger reasons than ever for early buying this Spring. While we have to pay more for goods, so far, with trifling excep tions, we have not ad vanced the price, but it looks as if vvc must do so, so we say buy early. We have enlarged our Carpet Room and have a fine stock of Carpets, Rugs, Oilcloths, Mat- lings, etc. f Our assortment of Fur- niture was never so large and complete. f We sell the House- hold and Oakland t Ranges, built to hake.also f Dinner and Toilet Sets, 1 t Refrigerators, folding! I Go-Carts, Edison Phono- $ graphs with" complete record list Our terms are liberal, $ small weekly payme"nts accepted. BROWN TdURHAH, Complete House Furnisher. Orange and Center Sts. Peaches a la Melba. 2 gts. Vanilla Ice Cream 1 jar Melba Peaches 1 bottle Sauce Melba Directions Arranee the Peaches In a dish with the mould of Ice Cream in the center and mask the Peaches with the Melba Sauce. Melba Peaches (3 in a jar) , $. .75 Sauce Melba (bottle), .60 Cheese a la Creme. Take M a cud of Cream, whip It and beat In a "Mohican" Cream Cheese. Serve with Strawberry Jam on the side. Mohican Cream Cheese, $ .15 Hartley's Strawberry Jam, .25 For the EASTER table. Extra large Salted Almonds, $1.00 Unsalted Butter .35 Clear Green Turtle Soup, . . .95 Oscar's Sauce for Clam Cocktails, .45 Brandy Peaches, 75 Camembert Cheese, 35 Wild Grape Jelly 35 Florida Grape Fruit, 18 Champagnes, Red and White Wines, Havana Cigars. THEO. KEILER faneral DIrenior and Kmbnliuefc OS State Street, cor. Elm. BRANCH OFFICE 4SS Campbell Avenue. West Haven. CHAMPION & CO., FLORISTS, 1026 Chapel Street, Entrance Hyperion Theatre. MARRIED. HAGER -TROWBRIDGE. Saturday, April 7th, by the Rev. Thomas R. liridg-es, Dorothy Q. Trowbridge of New IlHven, Conn., to RobTt Hag-er, Jr., of Now York, son of Robert Ha ger, formerly of Hagerstoyn, Md. al3 1t DEATHS. SERVISS. Died in this city, April 12, Margaret A. Serviss, aged 76 years. Funeral services will be held on Sun day nt 2:30 p. m., at her late home, No. 72 Edwards street. Relatives and frienfls invited to attend. al4 It GRAVES. At Dausville, New" York, on Thursday afternoon, April 12th, Charles E, Graves, in tho 76th year of his age. Funeral service will bo held at Trin ity Church, Monday afternoon, April 16th, at three o'clock. Kindly omit flowers. al4 2t 1 MIXIATCRB ALMANAC APRI1 14. S Rises 5:15 Moon Rises 1 H'h Water S Sets 6:30 morn 3:11 p. m. Courier Record. - MARINE. t7?. fort ol fte llnveau " ARRIVED Schr Sunlight-, Wilbur, Norfolk. Sehr C'has. H, Valentine, Williams, Belfast, Me. Schr Nautilus, Reeves, A'mboy, Schr Sea Breeze, Harris, Greenport, L. I. Schr Carrie and Emma, Frost, Green port, L. I. ' CLEARED. Schr Crest, Miller, Greenport, I I. Schr Stella Maud, Goddard. FOR SALE. HOUST? and lot. Good 10 per cent, in vestment. H. J. Stevens, 916 Chapel St. . a6 tf FOR RENT. STATE Street store, N. L. Garfield, 118 Olive street. m31 tf FOR RENT. THE first-class three story : block house, 165 York St. Inquire of F. B. Walker, 965 Chapel St. al3 7t Plain, solid gold 18K rings al ways in stock in Tiffany, half round, and broad band, fully guaranteed. - Before purchas ing look at our line. j. h; g. durant, Jeweler and Optician. Tl CHURCH STREET. OPP. P. O. FOR SALE 1.000 act patent Store Brick Every et warranted one yea Order received 768 STATE! STREET, GEORGE W. ADAMS, Attorney-at-Lavr, nod Notary Publle 71MJ Chapel Street., Room X All Legal or Business Matters given Prompt Attention. Accounts and Claims Collected or settled, on reasonable terms and De positions taken, in any part of the U. 8. Hours from S a, m. to 6 p. m. also from 6 to 9 p. m. Monday and Saturday evenings. Telephone 1402-4. g al Estate. mm TRUMBULL ST. $8800 Two large, double or "semi-detached" houses of ten and eleven rooms. All im provements. Very central. Could be made over into flats which would rent well. EDGEWOOD AVE.. $8,300 A very desirable one-family house of ten large rooms. Unusually well built, with plate glass; hardwood floors; 6ne piazza; etc. Location tells its own story. WEST HAVEN $4100 One of the prettiest one-family houses in West Haven. Contains seven rooms with hardwood trim and all improvements. Near Kim Street car Hue. Call for key. STEVENS HEIGHTS $1900 A good, one-family house of seven rooms i tl West Haven, near Camphell Aver ue i rnlley. Lot 146 x 175. Considerable fruit. "' ''v used by two families. . ORANGE STREET. Fine modern, nearly new two-family house. 17 rooms, ash trim, all improve ments. Extra well built. Large cor ner lot. Good home with an income. : N. S. BLATCHLEY. - 69 Church Street 1 HE 1 MM Co HOUSE AMD LOT 80 X 175 110 WHITNEY AVE. West Haven Building ' Lots Price rang from $2.00 to 18.00 front foot. 61m of lot to suit Fur chaser. i II, V. "RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St. A FEW CHOICE RENTS. Orange St., 1st floor flat, 6 rdoms, 123 Pearl St., 1st floor flat, 6 rooms, $21 Winthrop Av. 1st floor flat, 6 rooms, $22 Sherman Av., 1st floor flat, 6 rooms, $25 Kid St., near Orange, whole house, $30 W. D, Judson, Room 402. 902 Chapel St. Woo dbridge Farm for Sale Larue two story frame house, tun ning water, (rood IViirn, Iota of fruit, best locution in town. Price very low. GEO. A. 1SHEM,, 813 Mnlley Building. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A farm 9 mile from New Haven, S30 acres, house, barns, stock, tools, farming implements, steam engine and 25 H. P. Boiler. There is wood enough (200 acres) on the place to more than pay for the farm. The balance of the land under high state ol cultivation. Money to loan in aiima to anlt, l: g: ho able. Y. WASHINGTON BUILDING Room 21 B, No. 30 Church Street. Office open evenings. : FOR SALE. ONE FAMILY HOUSE. TEN ROOMS, MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, NICE YARD AND FRUIT' TREES, MAPLE STREET. NEAR SHERMAN AVE. J.C PUNDERF0RD 114 Churea Street. Gardner Morse 4 Son.7 Real Estate and Fire Insurance fSl IILAF&U a T ii Esc REAL ESTATE. Building lots a specialty. Buy of the owner. EDWARD M. CLARK tl CHURCH STREET. Washington Building. WHY NOT Call on mo if you wish an un. to-dato v OFFICE with aU uuuysuiouua. The beat light and air. Hit vocal or in strumental wusio to disturb your iaou-nia. BENJ.R.E.NGLISH, 38 taupci Strcoi. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a fall week, eeveit tinea. WANTED. , MAN to drive delivery wagon. Must know city well. Call 7 a. m.. Satur . day morning, 748 Chapel St al3 lt B WANTED. STRONG n-fcu, steady work, goo4 pay. H. C. Rowe & Co., Quinnipiao Bridge. alO Jt WANTED. , A TOUNG man to take care of furnace, do errands, etc t.wr, .1.,.. 1 ' ... -....j uttj iiuni 1 tu m. till noon. Enquire at 33 College fct., Saturday or Monday from 13 noon till 2 p. m., or from 7 p. m. to 8:30 p. m. al4 2t4 WANTED. THE H Owe and Srer5i"r Company requires salesmen and saleswomen. Only those able to figure accur ately need apply. An ex perience in Dry Goods Stores is desirable, but not absolutely necessary. Ap ; ply 1 td-day (Saturday), be tween nine and twelve at Mr. Howe's Office, second floor. WANTED. THE Howe and Stetson Company requires check boys and girls. Apply to day (Saturday), between three and five p. m , at Mr. Howe's Office, second floor. WANTED. THE Howe and Stetson Company requires expert enced wrappers for Bundle Room. Apply to-day (Sat urday), between three and five p. m., at Mr. Howe's office, second floor. WANTED. THE Howe and Stetson Company requires experi enced drivers for Delivery Service. Apply to-day (Saturday), between 'nine and ten a.m., at Mr. Howe's office, second floor. .m WANTED FOR V S. ARMY AWLHi-iioDlliD, unmarried men. be- Ze,fnA aJ?es. 21 ilni 3B: citizens of United States, of good character nd temperate habits, who can speak read and write English. Apply Re cruiting Officer, 890 Chaptl street. ?Mdk 102, Maln "feet. Bridgeport; 189 Bank etreet, Waterbury, Conn. jl-ln 30 IS ?d h,?l5L huld call here. We supply all the best places and alwayi fitll la,rge. numbers- Sleeman'a Re IlableEmployraent Affencr. 763 Chap et. Open evenings. mli-tt BLwI!MN'S RELIABLE EMPLOY. ulNl APENCY. 768 Chapel St.;eiTab a?n..d d .year- Largest, best In the ,l j J,"'?18 ana female help fof any and all kinds of work. Bent any Where. Open evenings. TeL 2328 . i?nr Select Employment A,C 23 ChuT.ch StTeet- Telephone 1401-13 connect ons. Largest Agency , male and female help supnlteof foir mercantile and domestic service fo any and all kinds of work. Bent any were. Open evenings. DtXtsctfUitecriis. R. B. MALLORT ACTCTIONEKR and Appraiser. 1121 Chapel St Telephone 2360.. House, hold sales a specialty. Salesroom 141 Cringe Bt ai-tj Patent Stove Brick are Cheaaent. . . MASSAGE. Miss Leeke The Kxpert In Magnetic ana' Electrical Massage has parlor at tl Olive Street Satisfactory treatment In all branches of massage. Rheu matism cured. Facial wrinkles and pimples quickly removed at moderate, price. Massage taught Home day. and evening. MONEY TO. LOAN i Loans quickly obtained on good Real . Estate Security. Interest at 4& or 5 per cent, according to securitv offered. Call at -Room aio Exchange Bldg., 665 Chapel &U , Frederick M. War Patent Stove Brick are Cheapest, --,a l',i-H llrlfi.il ULil I nl PARLORS l jjifi no orange sin tor. cnapel iv NO PAIN