Newspaper Page Text
NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND ' COURIER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST H, 1907.
Tl?e(fasfopi?(o- Silk Petticoats New Fall Styles We are reariv with TICOATS for Pall wear and we want you to note the styles, quality of taffeta and the workmanship they are unexcelled. Black, white and colors at $5.95, $7.45 and $10.00 Black only, In extra large sizes, at $7.45, $10.00 and $12.50 Parasols at Entire remaining stock of Parasols, silk and linen, white and fancy, to be closed out AT COST PRICE. MR HAVEN Elm Tree Beetle Creating Havoc Among the Many Fine Shade Trees Other Items of interest. The elm tree beetle is creating mvoo among the fine Shade trees In his vicinity. The trees have been hit larder than ever before, as evidenced ."y the windrows of dead leaves which le beneath some of the finest trees in 'air Haven. It is said that three sea- ons of the elm beetle is usually suf- icient to kill .a tree. The beetle was n evidence last year, although not to ny such extent as at the present time. 3rown and withered leaves are lying jeneath the trees in almost as great Srofusion as in the late autumn.. On ome of the trees half the leaves re gaining are dead, the life having been aten out of them by the-destructive beetle, and it only wants a heavy wind o almosfdespoil the trees of their fo- lage. "You were in error about the vaca- lon of Rev. E. C. Tullar." remarked a Inember of the East Pearl street M. E. hnrch last eveniner. "Instead of tak ing his first vacation in four years, his is his first vacation m a dozen There's a record for you." As ;tated in this paper, Mr. Tullar and his amilv have erone to Jackson, Mich., vhere he was pastor for three years md during which time he had cnarge f the buildine of a fine churcn. Mr. iriillar was very much liked in the Iiarish and one of his personal friends vas so anxious that he should visit ills old parishioners again that he sent lim a check for J150 to assist ae raying the expenses of his trip. Francis Carroll, one of the letter arrlers at station A, leaves to-morrow Ln his annual vacation. onhoi-t n TJintnn of Montowese. deD- Lty dairy commissioner, left yesterday n the steamer Americus wun senator i Toman's Dartv for a trip of four days' f fishing off Block Island. Mnnv Fair Haven friends of Joseph pent will go to Branford to-day to tittend his funeral, interment win De in the family lot ln St. Bernard ceme tery, this.,city. irpv. and Mrs. L. J. Bamberg, for merly of Fair Haven, arrived here yes terday and are visiting relatives arid pripnfls. Mr. Bamberg is pastor of the iplrsh Rajntist church, Lakeport, N. H test Sunday he preached in the Meth odist church, Wollaston, Mass., wnere lie and Mrs. Bamberg have been visit ing and one week ago he preached in the Bantlst church in Illion, N. T. Mr. . Bamberg will preach ln the series of union services in the Grand Avenue 'Baptist church next Sunday morning. The regular business meeting of bulnnlpiac Hose company was held at he engine house, East Grand avenue, last evening. lAfter the business had fbeen transacted there was a water- Jnielon cut and singing Toy a quartet. 'Miss Ada Tuttle, 553 Quinniplc ave- inue, has gone to Boston for a week's taj. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baldwin, 117 feoplar street, are ln Litchfield. The regular meeting of East Rock dge A. O. IT. W., will be held to- Inorrow evening at their hall, 25 Grand mvenu. People stopping at Morris Cove were iulte disappointed because the fleet of lie New York Yacht club did not stop here on the cruise east as usual. Dorothy and Mildreds-Lewis, who mvfl lieftn visitine Mr. and Mrs. H. I. fcarnes and family, left for Walling- ord Monday and will then return to their home in Hartford. They were ccompanied by their cousin, Miss tnorence L. Barnes, who will visit iem at their home. Mr. and aits. John McGregor of IHartford, who are visiting here, leave Friday for Woodbury, Long Island, vhere they will visit relatives. On Sep' ember 10, Mr. McGregor will attend he reunion of his regiment, the 127th i.Vew York, Volunteers, at Jamaica. Domlnick Romano has purchased of Patrick Murray a 'house In Saltonstall, the lot having a frontage of 33 1-2 feet. W. TT. Matvv hns nurchased on lleorgia B. Marcy land and buildings in IPardee street. The property lias a rontage of 30 feet. the new SILK PET Cost Price HAPPENINGS The regular meeting of Columbia cas (tle, K. G. E., Was held last evening. One candidate took the first degree. Arrangements are to be made by the castle for a moonlight sail in the near future. A son was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eagan of Newark, who re sided in Fair Hawen, formerly. Mrs. Hugh Flnnigan and children of Ferry street, have gone to Wlnsted. "W. E. Morgan, jr., left yesterday for Salem. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Llndsey of Pler pont street, are entertaining Mrs. F. A. Crandel and daughter Irene of Chi cago, and Mrs. S. S. Boggs of Vt Ver non, ' IN SOCIETY Mrs. H. Grant Thompson, Miss Mar garet Thompson and Mr. Graham Thompson of Whitney avenue, sailed from Rotterdam for New York, on Sat urday on the Dutch line of steamers. Mr. Thompson returned two weeks ago. Mrs., Thompson will atop a day or two in New Haven and then with her fami ly will Join her mother, Mrs. Frank Wayland Fellows, at her cottage at In dian Neck for the remainder of the season. ' The sample sheets of the half-tone exhibit of photographs of members of the Litohfleld County University club, which has been prepared under the di rection of Carl Stoeckel are now ln the hands of the members. f .Mr. Edward Ingraham of the Mutual life Insurance Co. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raymond1 Keeney of Hartford. New Haven people, who are stopping in Norfolk are MISs Hooker, Miss Brown, and Mr.F. L. Perry. Miss Susan A. Norcross of Derby, who has been visiting the family of Col. Henry Green at Fort Seward in Alaska, has returned to her home. Col. Green Is commander of the United States troops in Alaska. Pxof. William James of Harvard Uni versity and. Miss Ida Tarbell, whose individuality Is a large Saator in the Standard Oil company, are guests of Miss Theodore Pope at Hill Crest farm, Farmiragton. Mr. E. A. Beckley and family, of Whitney avenue, have gone to Hotch klss Grove, Branford, for the remain der of August. Mr. Botsford Improving. The condition of Frederick Botsford, ex-grand secretary of the Connecticut Odd Fellows, has so much Improved In the last two days that good hope Is new entertained that he will make a further rally and perhaps be able to get out doors again. Mr. Botsford was able to sit up and get about his room a little yesterday and was taking much interest in the annual summer "outing and banquet of the Connecticut Veteran Odd Fellows' association which takes place this afternoon at W ilcox's, Savin "Rock, but which of course he will be unable to attend. Mr. Botsford has been chief veteran of the association for years. DIED IN NEW LONDON. Lawrence Horgan of New Britain Passes Away Suddenly. New Britain, Aug. 13 Lawrence Horgan of this city, aged 48 years, died at the summer home of John J. Walsh at Ocean Beach, New London, this noon. Mr. Horgan was In good health when Mr. Walsh lrft New Lon don this morning. Mr. Horgan leaves a brother, John, of Hartford, and a sister, Mrs. John Cotter of this place. Mr. Horgan belonged to the Elks and the-Eagles. !A special meeting of the Elks will be held this evening to take action on the funeral. SECRET SERVICE 1NM011NIE5FEIT Hounds Up Last of Solder Half Dollars Mac!e in Hartford. WORK OF INSPECTOR WALL Identified With Important Cases of Counterfeiting Hard to Trace Coins. Hartford, Aug. 13. The last of the fourteen counterfeit (solder) half dol lars which originated from the hands of Keron Clemens of lihls city were "rounded up," to-day, by Special Agent Wall of the, United States secret ser vice. The work of getting the coins to gether was a long and tedious job, as a great many of the stores of the city had to be visited and the money exam ined. The last coin was found ln the bootblack stand at No. 100 Asylum street. In his efforts in getting the "Clem ens special" coins together,' Mr. Wall discovered and took into his posses sion about $6 in coins which were the produat of counterfeiters other and far more skilled ln tne Business man was Clemens. When the latter was shown one of the "good' counterfeits made by other hands, he was obliged to admit that his non-tingling little sol der halves were certainly a pretity poor lot. When Uncle Sam discovers that any individual, or the cash drawer of any establishment, possesses any spur lous coins one of his men has the right to take the same at the loss of the own. er, so all should beware if their eye sight Is poor and keep (their spectacles well polished to see that no coins oth er than those turned out in Uncle Sam's mint come his way, unless ho does not mind having them fall into the hands of a "secret service" man. This al?o holds true of souvenir post cards imported (to this country bearing the engrossed postage on them. Great quantities of these come under the grasp of Uncle Sam's giant hand, and once he has his clutch on them, they are as secure in his keeping as if they were between the Jaws of a huge iron vise. ' Many persons are hesitant and some indJgnamt about giving up coins or other fictitious property .of this kind, which they have In their possession. A case was told to a reporter ln which a person refused to hand over a coin when he found that he was not to be repaid! by a good article. He was told by the government's servant that if he would not give over the coin he would take him along with him. The person then clearly saw that h'o had better comply with the request of the fluent. Special Agent Wall has been Iden tified with several tmporitant counter feit cases, one of which was the fa mous Boynton case. In this he act ed 'as a "roper" for about three months among the promotora of the affair in New York. He is one of Uncle 'Sam'a experts in the secret service. "Yes," confessed the blushing girl with the white parasol. "I thought it rather odd that Jack should keep on asking about our college yell. Finally, to get rid of him, I told him It was three yells In quick succession." "What then?" asked her chum. "What then? Why, the goose kissed me three times before I could remon strate and when I gave a yell for each kiss mamma thought I was giving the class yell."-JCh!cago News. Hand Cut With Lead Pipe Arm Became Painful and Swollen Sufferer Was in Despair, for Amputation Seemed Last Resort. CURED IN A MONTH BY CUTICURA REMEDIES "A few years ago, while at work, I cut my hand with a piece of lead pipe and, as it was but a mere soratch, did not give it any attention. A few days after my arm began to pain me and became terribly swollen. 1 went to see a physician, who told me it was a case of Wood poison, and if there were no signs of the inflammation leaving I should have to have my arm amputated. He treated me for a month or so, but did not help me. Another doctor told ma it was inflammatory rheumatism, but his medicine seemed to do no good. I gave up all hope and was discouraged. At last a friend told me to try a good blood medicine. I used Cuticura Re solvent Pills for three weeks, when, to my surprise, the place where I had cut my hand began to fester and then broke out in a largo sore. The swelling went down, and I applied the Cuticura Ointment and inside of a month my arm was entirely cured, and I owe my recovery to the Cuticura Remedies. I can never praise them enough, and I recommend them to all my friends. Ben. Jenkins, 148 Washburne Ave., Chicago, IU Deo. 23, 1906." SKIN-TORTURED Babies and Tired Mothers Find Comfort in Cuticura. Sleep for skin-tortured babies and rest for tired mothers is found in a hot bath with Cuticura Soap and a gentle anointing with Cuti cura Ointment, the great Skin Cure. This treatment affords instant relief in the most distressing forms of itching, burning, scaly, and crusted humors, eczemas, 1 rashes, inflammations, irri tations, and cliafings, of infancy and childhood. permits rest and sleep and points to a speedy cure when all else fails. Ciitlcur 6oap (25c), Cutlnir Ointment (BOe.), nd Cutlruro Tfpsnivont (60r). (in tte form oi Cuocolate Coated Pills 25c. per Tlal ot 80). 8old tnroushout the world. Potter Drug & Chem. Con fciole Propa. Boston, Mass. M-Hailed Free, Cuucun Book on Skin DIkssw, coin mes BLOOD POISONING MEWS;. OF BRAHFORD Rev. Joseph D. Danielson May Accept Call to Church in This PlaceNew Haven Man in Court. Branford, Aug. 13. The Rev. Joseph D. Danielson, pastor of (the Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Zlon church of Waterbury, has tendered his resigna tion to take effect as soon as the prop er arrangements can be completed. Mr. Danielson has conducted a most suc cessful pastorate for the ( past four years in that ciity, and it is with ex treme regret that the church has felt itself under the necessity of accepting the resignation. No Teasons for the resignation were given, but it is understood (that a call from the Swedish Lutheran church, at Branford, one, of the most successful and progressive chuches among the Lutheran denomination In the state, is responsible for the resignation. In the town court, Itihla morning, Jesse Johnson (colored) who gave his residence as New Haven, was arraign ed before Judge Eades for allegel theft of several articles of Jewelry from Mrs. L. D. Faulhaben of Branford Point. The accused pleaded not guilty. At the suggestion of Posecutlng Attorney Doollttle the case was continued for one week and Ithe continuance bond was placed at $500. In default of ball he was taken to Jail by Sheriff P. J. Carney. Miss 'Hazel Roberts of Bradley ave nue, Is spending several days at the former home of her father, A. B. Rob erts, in Maine. Miss Rbberts will at tend a Teunion of the Roberts family while on her visit, said reunion to oc cur on August 21. Miss Mae McCarthy of Monroe street, Is soon to depart for a visit of a month ln Pennsylvania, Rev. H. W. WInkley, formerly rector of Trinity church, is ylsltlng friends ln town. A. M. Runyon, former president of the Branford Lock factory is a borough vlsito this week. - Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Monohan are both reported seriously ill at their home on Monroe Street. They have resided ln Branford! for many years., But for the timely arrival of Sheriff Carney Monday evening1, another es cape from the Branford Jail would be recorded. The prisoner was Jesse John son, who was arrested Monday after noon for alleged theft of Jewelry at Branford Point. The sheriff had gone to bring supper to his prisoner, return ing he found that tlie prisoner had nearly succeeded In forcing the lock open with a aKIck, and had fiot the lat ter broken his attempt might possibly have been successful. The opportune arrival of the officer prevented further efforts in that line as h' was removed to a stronger cell. u .-. Artist M. D. Averlll Is engaged In painting a mammoth sign for G. A. R. Hamre and M. P. Rico. The design on it is a colonial house which once stood VARIOUS ITEMS Rev. George F. Waters and Mrs. Waters, of Woodstock, formerly of Glastonbury, announce the engage ment of their daughter, Elizabeth Al ice Waters, to Herbert Balrd Kings ley, of Woodstock. 1 Mrs. Solomon Davis and daughter, Miss Davis, leave to-day for a sojourn in Norfolk. Florence Woodcock, of this city, is engaged to teach in the Ninth district school ln Somers the coming year. Miss Louise Beck, of Carmel street, left yesterday for a two weeks' vaca tion trip in Hartford and Springfield, Mass. 1 Rev. E. J. Lewis, who recently re signed as pastor of the Plymouth Congregational church, left with his family Monday for Elg Rock, 111., where he will spend the remainder of this month, then proceeding to .his new field at Valley City, N. D. Miss Grace McCarthy, of Davenport avenue, is spending three weeks ln Litchfield. Mrs. J. 8. Wilson, of Savin Rock, is a guest of Mrs. John B. Lagan ln Bloomfield and will remain during the month. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Rosenberg have gone to Brldgeton, Me., for a few Mrs. A. G. Dillon and little son are among the New Haveners at Block Island for August. Miss Bertha Herz has gone to Beth lehem, N. H., for a few weeks. She is stopping at the Bethlehem house. Mrs. W. F. Rogers, of Barnett street, Westvllle, has gone to New London, where she will spend a few weeks with relatives. Thomas Ridge, of Phillip street, Westvllle, who has been confined to his home for some time, Is greatly improved and able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Crane, of Wil lard street, Westvllle, are spending a few weeks with friends at Bantam, this state. Lawrence Brockett, one of the twin sons of William G. Brockett, came to Cllntonville from South Windham on Saturday night to Walter Brocket's In his auto. Sunday he called on old friends and relatives, among whom was John Brockett, over eighty years old, who enjoyed his first auto ride. Dr. E. T. Fromen and Rev. S. G. Ohman. of New Britain, have receiv ed Invitation to attend the banquet to be tendered Prince Wilhelm, of j Sweden, August 80, at the Hotel As tor, New York. Mrs. Bert Stevens, of Boston, who was the guest of Mrs. George Palmer, of Cllntonville, is now visiting Mrs. ' Frederick Shares, of Hamden. j Miss Edith Smith, stenographer for i the Thomaston Clock company, re turned on Monday from a visit at her , home in this city. ! Miss Lina Todd, of Cllntonville, is away on a two weeks' vacation, one week of which she will be in North field, Mass., the other with her cous ins ln Waterbury- The Misses Grace and Hattie Smith and Anna Dacey, of Tremont street. New Britain, are spending a week at Savin Rock. The families of Olaf Olson, of Pros pect street, and C. G. Miller, of West , Pearl street, New Britain, leave Sat on the site of the residence now occu plel by Dr. George E. EVans. The event of this evening woill be the reunion and banquet at theBranford Point house in honor of Professor and Mrs. Parish and Mlsa Parish. Dinner will be served at 8:30 and all former pupils of Professor Parish and their wives and husbands are invited to at tend. Woodland lodge, No. 39, K. of P., was visited by Deputy Grand Chancellor B. H. Wooding of New Haven, Monday evening. Town Clerk William R. Foote expects to leave Friday for a vacation of ten days which he will spend in New Hampshire. Division No. 1, A. O. H., and the La dies' Auxiliary, No. 25, will leave on the 2:30 car for Union Grove, where dinner will be served'. IDainclng will be enjoyed in the evening. John IP. Pero, Jr., who spent his vaca tion with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Pero at Sunset Beach, has re turned to his home ln Brantford, Ca!h'. Albert N. Phelps of Clinton, was a borough visitor, Tuesday, The third hand concert of the season will occur on the green this evening. It Is hoped and expected that more will follow later. Mrs. Cornelius Buckley Is reported quite 111 at her home on Hillside ave nue. The funeral of Joseph W. Kent will occur at his late home on Church street at 9:30 this morning and requiem mass will be celebrated ln St. Mary's church at 10 o'clock. Deceased was secretary and treasurer of the Atlantic Wire Mill corporation and had many warm friends in Branford. Interment will be dn St. Bernard's cemetery, New Haven. The annual picnlo of the Baptist church and Sunday school will be ItpM at Double Beach, to-morrow. The pic. nickers will leave the center on the 9:18 car. Professor H. M. Whitney is attending a Teunion of his regiment at North ampton, Mass., this week. .Miss Julia Regan of Stamford, is spending her vacation with her mother on South Main street. Three masses will bo celebraited at St. Mary's church to-morrow, the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Vir gin. The first will he at 6:30 and will be followed by the regular mass at 7'30 and a high mass an hour later. , Two more dbg oases wore settled In the town court Tuesday morning, one by the payment of $1 and cosits and in the second a discharge was entered by order of the court. Several more are expected this morning. urday for an outing at Savin Rock shore. Mrs. John Griffin, of Sherman ave nue, returned yesterdnv from a stay in the Catsltills. She has been a guest at the Grant house in Catskill. HORSE USD CARRIAGE BACK STOLEN FROM NESBIT'S Requisition Papers Needed to Get Man Who Took Them to Hoboken. ' Much the worse for wear the horse and carriage which was stolen from Liveryman Nesblt a week or so ago re turned last evening by steamboat and both once more repose at home. The team was taken by a man who gives his name as George N. Bunnell, but whose real name is thought to be Pease. The man got as far as Hobok en, N. J., with the team, and there attetnpted to sell, but was stopped by the police. Detective Daley was sent down to take charge of the man, and he returned last evening stating that he was remanded there pending the Is suing of requisition papers to transfer him to this state. It was at first ex pected to bring him here without these papers but It was found necessary to secure them. Detective Daley, however, shipped back the stolen property. He said that the man said he had driven all the way from this city to Hoboken with the, animal and apparently had not fed it on the way beyond a bag of feed which he took with him, as when asked if he had not stopped at all on his way down, he'sald: "Yes, at a sa loon." The horse appeared very thin and showed noticeably the results of his treatment. Three Stole Potatoes. Three men 'were arrested yesterday by Patrolmen Whlldey and Ahearn on charges of stealing potatoes from the farms of tArthur N. Farnham ln West- I vllle. They are James McGarty, Wal ' ter D. French and Albert Serlno. There has been complaint that a number of thefts o this nature were occurring at the Farnham farms so that the po, lice have of late been especially vlgi lant around there. Gone to the Exposition. Harry L. Donnelly, son of Detective Henry J. Donnelly, has gone to the Jamestown exposition, and will spend two weeks enjoying the exhibition it eelf and the beauties of historical Jamestown. Salt Mackerel $1.35 a kit. At this price you can afford to treat yourself to what may perhaps prove to be the best breakfast you've had this Summer. These fish are just packed to our order selected, fat and white weighing one pound eaoh, 6 to the kit (9 lbs. net of Ash). The package is just the right size for the average Household to use up without loss and without getting tired of a fish diet. Thirty-five Kits in store and 50 more on the -way. Telephone today and aecure onek $1.35 each. THEO. KEILER FCJfERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMEH. 40S State Street. BRANCH OFFICE I 455 Campbell Avenue, Wtit Haven. MmouMGEmmr. I dpdrp tn annniinrp in mv frlpnrlc And Mia public generally, that pending a readjustment r -ir.. ' t'. i. j i oi my an airs, tajis mienueu lor me may De sent to Messrs. Lewis & Miycock.No. 1112 Chapel Street. Ali work will receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 675. mjBTm IV. BUliWLLL. : Undertaker DEATHS. ALLEN In this city, August 13, 190T, Mary Tucker, wife of Andrew Allen. Aged 71 years. Notice of funeral hereafter. Souvenir and Post Gsirtis J. A. McKee's 930 Chapel Street.1 BAYOR NAMES COMITTEES UNDER A RECENT ACT Three Men to Work on Maps of Local Oyster Beds in Local Harbor. In accordance with an act passed by the legislature at- the past session, Mayor Studley yesterday appointed a committee of three citizens to act wtth the state shell fish commission and the selectmen of the town of Orange for the purpose of having maps of the oyster beds ln New Haven harbor. Considerable dispute has arisen at times ln regard to the exact boundary lines of the beds in the harbor and the Joint committee will establish the ex act lines for the future. The mayor yesterday afternoon named the follow ing as the three citizens from this city: Judge A. McClellan Mathewson, George T. Smith of Howard avenue and Amml P. iMdington. TAUTI.V FOR SHELTON AVENTTE. Paving Commission Decides to Try the Covering. After discussing the matter of put ting the tarvla covering on new streets which have been ordered paved, the permanent paving commission at its session yesterday decided to order the use of the covering on Bhelton avenue Which was paved a year ago. Bids for the laying will therefore be called for. Contractors who prepare- the Iarvla pavements submitted statements that the increase in the cost of the treat ment was made necessary because it was found out that the price charged formerly did not cover the cost of the worlt to them. MJsdelivered Trunk Found. The trunk which caused the arrest of Expressman John Qulnn because he admitted taking it away Monday after noon and would not tell where he had taken it, although it was stated last evening he had in his pocket a card with the address on to which he had delivered it, was found yesterday and through the giving of the address by the expressman. The trunk is now at the detective headquarters. ENTERTAINMENTS. POLI'S NEW THEATRE WEEK OF AUGUST 12. Daily Matinee 2:16 Evenings gild. POLI STOCK COMPANY, . 01 Sprinprfield, In "The Strange Adventures of 3IU Brown.' With Mary StockneH and Supporting Company. POLI POULAR PRICES. Souvenir Matinee Friday. WHITE CITY DARCY & SPECK. MGRS. This Week Seniintional Free Act. Re-engaged: Robbie De Castro, Not ed Boy Wire Walker; H. L. Waito Cyl inder CVPlffl Wnnrlur- TYiVinnTr M.l. . ' Co. ' IX BALLOOX ASCENSIONS. Wednesday afternoon Auxiliary Ba by Show and Prizes. Evening "Pan demonium Nig-ht." Friday evening Repetition of "The Pillar of Fire," an unimaginably beau tiful display of pyrotechnics. The Kriss Kross, a Joyous and sen sational whirl; the Lemon, a dissipation in Mirth; Prince Olsen, the smallest man ln the world of his age; vaudeville theater the Cameraphone. The one best beach for bathing is at THE MQMAUCUffl COSEY BEACH Geo. T. White, Prop. MEET ME FACE TO FACE omethins: New! I have taken the agency for the Gardner & Vail Laundry of New York city. Possibly you are not aware of it, but this concern has no equal in ltg specialty the laundering of collars and cuffs. The prices-are 2&e each, the name as charged locally, but you get , superior workmanship and longer life to your collars. Bring 'em ln on Tuesday and we'll have "em back Friday. Now, don't bring in any shirts just collars and cuffs, that's all. JIM DISBROVV HE SELLS HATS Church 4 Center Streets. KODAKS j and Kodak Supplies. OTTR STOCK- HNTrppr.v www prises the latest improvements il'n this To make this popular pastime more the very latest methods to simplify the work. The public are invited to examine this pw method: fllsn nnr TCnHnlfH nn a, im plies. ' Developing and printing at short notice. City Hall Pharmacy Co. NEXT TO CITY HALL. Tel. 81S-4. Summer Chances The ever-recurring prob lem of how to make room forf the incoming new goods con fronts us. The only way we know is to so reduce prices as to make our present stock walk right off the floor, and this is what we are doing. Summer time certainly affords the bargain hunter a grand opportunity. Odd pieces and full sets in every department away un der price. An entire outfit can be purchased now at a little more than half the busy season price, and this is still more true of odd single pieces. Closed Friday afternoon. Open Saturday afternoon and evening. ROWN & DURHAM Complete Hou Furnishers. Grange end Center Sts.