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NEW HAVEN-MORNfNG JOURNAL AND COURIER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1907. n n H n n Last Days of the Redfern Corset Demonstration. Come and get fitted. n n n 0 H Every Bar sain Table 'Does Duty, 53 M H M M W M( W H H W H- I W ( H W w w te( -,. :( ( K K K W (. M. "A good money-saving example is the best bargain sermon." wholesome "Safe-bargain" Friday, crowded with special money-saving aisle tables. Every item that goes into print and appears on the table is a sound substantial economy chosen from the buyer's point of view, for seasonable, desirable service. There are others not advertised, at the counters "Just for Friday". : ....... fc .(-..,. Table 48 Dollar Shoe Sale. Shoes, Oxfords and Slippers, for women, boys and girls. Women's patent leather and kid oxfords, patent vamp, strap sandals Boys' calf lace shoes, heavy soles, s;z:s 9 to 13 ; Girls' kid lace shoes, sizes 10 to I. These are discontinued lines, a limit ed lot ; not all sizes, but generally good assortment. Values up to $2.30. At $1.00. ' Temple Street Door. Table 21. Remnants Dress Goods.Silks Large selling has made a good many rem nants ; lengths of dress goods 1 1-2 yards up to dress lengths.; lengths of silk 1 to 10 yards. A waist, skiit, or child's gown, or silk lining for coat or skirt, less than half regular price. Near Palm Tea Room. Table 23. Women's Wrappers 79c. Odd Lot Flannelette Wrappers very new and neat designs. Waist lined, braid trimmed, extra full skirt, deep flounce, assorted styles. Regular $1.00 and $1.25 make and quality. At 70c. ' ' Near Elevator Table 2 and 3.; - Pearl Buttons, self-shank, reg ular 15c and 19c. Friday 7c doz.v Left Grand Aisle. . Tables 7 and 8. A lot of remnants, laces, trim mings and embroideries, at half the Tegular prices. Just for Fri day. t Grand Aisle Front. Table 9. Imported Castile Soap, made from pure olive oil. Regular 5c cake. Sale 3 for 10c. Grand Aisle Center. Table 10. Rolled gold Cuff Pins, some stone set, worth 25c. At 15c. . Grand Aisle Center. Tables 11 and 12. Belts of leather, regular 25c and 50c, at 15c. Grand Aisle Rear. t Table 24. Women's Fancy Handkerchiefs, p'.alds, stripes, colored ; and plain linens ; splendid 8c values. Sale 6 for 25c. Right Front Grand Aisle. . Table 25. Ribbon Remnants, all widths. Your choice 3c yard. Right Grand Aisle Front. - Tables 26 and 27. Infants' Nainsook Slips, worth 29c. At 19c. Children's Sweaters, in white with white, pink or blue collar and cuffs. Regular 69c. , At 45c. Right Grand Aisle. Tables 28 and 29. I i Lining Remnants, Percaline, Mercerized Satteen, short lengths of 1 1-2 to S yards, for waist or skirt linings, coat linings, drop skirts, fancy work, etc. All colors and black in this lot. At half he regular prices. ' Right Grand Aisle. . Table 30. Women's fleece lined Vests and Pants, excellent 29c value. At 19c... . , , , Right Grand Aisle. Table 33. Children's Caps and Poke Bon nets, white, blue and pink, in silk or bearskin. At half price. Muslin Wear Section. .; v. Table 37. ' ' Children's Colored Dresses, in brown, blue and red, made of mo hair and cashmere, odd sizes. The regular prices are 95c to $2.95. Friday, any dress at half price. Muslin Wear Section, i - " Table 38. , Outing Flannel Kimonos, pink and blue stripe with binds of plain colors to match .Value 59c. At 35c. , Muslin Wear Section. Table 39. Women's nainsook and cambric gowns in chemise and button style, trimmed with val, torchon and mal tose lace, embroidery, and ribbon drawn. At69e. Value $1.00. . Muslin Wear Section. , Table 40. Women's corset covers and drawers, made of good quality cambric and nainsook, trimmed with lace and embroidery, 19c. Worth 39c. Muslin Wear Section. , table 41. 3 bale comfortables, full sire for double beds, filled with good white cotton, covered with silkolene quilted patterns. Regular $1.19 Value, At 89c. each. Opposite Time Desk. Table 42. ' Cotton blankets, 10-4 size, gray, with pretty colored borders, 6ic. Value. At 49c. pair. Linen Section, Right Temple St. Door. t Tabid 44. . Dress Ginghams of standard quality, all the best styles, of stripes and checks. Values up to 15c. At 10c. ' Linen Section, Right Temple St. Door. Table 45. Remnants of Linen, Crash Tow eling, white and colored Lawns, inma Linons, maaras waistings,. and oiher weaves in choice mater ials, at one-third less than regular price. Linen Section, , Right Temple St. Door. 13 n r n n n n n n n n n H Table 46. Remnants of all Wash Goods, Outing Flannels, Domet Flannels, Oil Cloth, etc., at half their regu lar value.' , Llnefl Section, ' Right Temple St. Door. Table 43." Domet flannels, 36 incheswide. full bleach, also unbleached oi good heavy weight. Regular price 12 l-2c, at 10c. Linen Section, ' Right Temple St. Door. Table 22 89c Waist Close-out Cotton and wool waists, in odd styles and sizes, formerly $2.75, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50 snd $1.25, at 89c. We close out these waists as we cannot re-order them this season, there being no more material or embroideries of the kind available. Grand Aisle Rear. V Table 63. A special lot of " Never Rip " , Pants, in dark gray and brown mixtures, also black cheviot and corduroy, ages 4 to 17. Regular value 50c. At 39c. . Chapel & Temple St. Door. Table 64. .. ," Closing out of the balance of our light weight Reefers, in red and blue serges, dark gray cassi meres and tweeds. Broken lots and tdzes, ages 3 to 10. Worth $4.00 and $5.00. At $2.75. Chapel & Temple St. Front, j Table' 102: - Imported China, a variety of shapes and decorations, from our regu ar 10c table. Fruit Saucers, Vases, Relish Dishes, Bon Bon Dishes, Mugs, etc. Choice 5c. Basement. ' n M M U H U n u n M Table 107.- Imported China, in a variety of shapes and decorations, some are worth up to 20c each. Plates, Cups and Saucers, Relish Dishes, Bon Bans, etc. Choice 10c. Basement. Remnants at Half Price. On the second floor, a clean-up of Carpet, Matting and Linoleum Remnants, desirable odds and ends, at just half usual price J. S3 -Mi W K U m m M n u H!SS slt;stokes married 3R0THER TIESTHE KNOT Ceremony at St. Luke's, Noro ton, Scene of Three Stokes Weddings. Miss Mildred Phelps Stokes, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Anson Phelps Stokes, and Dr. Ransom S. Hooker, of New York, were married at .1.2 j'clock yesterday in St. Luke's church, N'oroton. Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes, jr., brother of the bride, performed he ceremony. He was assisted by Rev. Dr. George GriA-er, of New York. Rev. Louis French, rector of St. Luke's, pronounced the benediction. Two hundred invitations were is sued, and the response was great enough to comfortably fill .the little 3ld s,tone church which has been the scene of three Stokes wedding3. It was there Robert Hunter and Miss Stokes were married several years ago and later the marriage of J. G. Phelpu Stokes and Rose Harriet Pastor was solemnized in the little church. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter and Mr. and Mrs." J. G. Phelps Stowes were present at yes terday's nuptials. .The little old church, dimly lighted and scarred more or less by the flight of time, underwent a great transform ation for the wedding. The interior was a veritable flower garden. , A wealth of chrysanthemums, laurel, smilax, great towering palms and del icate ferns filled its niches and brightened It. It was a chrysanthe mum wedding. Dr. Garrit Smith of New York was organist for the occasion. While the church was filling he played ft medley of appropriate selections. Just at 12 the chimes announced the arrival of the bridal party and presently the bridal march from "Lohengrin" pealed through the church. Then the guests arose, the party passed down the chrysanthemum-lined main aisle to the arch, where the bridegroom and his best man were in waiting. The bride, smiling and nodding to right and left, was escorted by her father, who gave her a war. . i The bride's gown was a very effec tive creation in heavy white eatin, with long train. She wore a half-length veil of rich old lace and orange blossoms. Her bouquet was a shower of white roges. The maid of honor and each, of the bridesmaids were dressed alllie. They wore long gowns of white chiffon trimmed with golden satin ribbon ana lace. Bandi of the satin ribbon were arranged about the skirts with pretty effect.. ': ''' ;' ":' "" Their hats were very dainty craatlotis golden vellow In color, and trimmed with pond , lilies and lace. GoMeti bronzed . boots peeped from beneath their skirts as they passed down the aisle. The miild of honor was Miss Hel en T'helps Stolces, Sister of the bride.,, ThetarldcprriiUdS were Miss Margaret Hubbell, Mlaa Juliette Hubbell, Ml Dorothy King, Miss Eleanor R. Wllnon of New York and Mips Jesle Mann of Troy. John M. Howeils of New York whs thft hst man. The ushers weru Harold Phelps Stokes, a brother of tha 7 ...... .,! T A Di'ine", Aiireu ijQorms luiu.i, ui. v. Schuyler Clark, Dr. H. H. M. Lyle, Di Norman E. Ditman and Dr. James I. The bethrathal service was perform ed hv Rev., Louis French ana Rev. Dr. Orover, and- then the bride and groom stepped forward between the rows of their bridesmaids and ushers to the altar, where, Rev, Anson Phelps Stokes fwwf.irmod .'.the marrtaKQ ceremony. During the-ceremony Dr. Smith played Gonoud's Sanctus, an Ave Marie by Bnch and-NenS' Narcissus. , 4s the btidnl parts' was leaving he plaved Mendelssohn's wedding' marcty The guests went from the church to Brick House, the county home of the bride's parents, wiiere a reception was held. The house was decorated elabo rately with chrysanthemums. The bride and bridegroom gave' a iinnc Inst evening, for the bridesmaids and usher and a few friends. It wa served at the Wee Burn Golf club, and Just as the guests were about to be seated a fuse blew out imd the electric light service failed. Steward Schmidt substituted tnllow candles, and part of the dinner was eaten in light of their making. Klectrlolans had the'llghts in working order In a short time, however,. and the dinner went on. Aside from the bridesmaids and ush ers there were present Mrs. James Pats sell, Miss Jessie Moran, Clifford L. Cur tis, Dr. jamas m. .bu"i Leaning. DK. BLISS OF JERUSALEM. WALLINGFORD (Special Journal-Courier News Service.) Wallingford, Oct. 24 A bowling league was started in earnest last eve ning at a meeting held at the Woodbine alleys. Five teams have been entered and two mqre will be taken in later on. Each team will play thirty-five match games and the bowling will commence next week. Names' of those desiring to enter the league can be handed in any time this week at the Woodbine. Great prepirati'ons have been made for the Court Robert Wallace bazaar whichr opens at the Temperance hall Friday night. P. F. McMahon will have charge of the entertainments for both Friday and Saturday. The fol lowing sub-committees have charge: Box office Frank Kelly anil A. S. Rogers. Door E. Cowen and Thomas Nagel. Coat room A, Gough and H. St. HHaire. Soda Steve Carrian and B. St. Hil aire. , Dance checks J. F. Tlgue and Ralph O'Connell. Floor J. Conroy, William Reilly,.D. McGuire, Joseph O'Connell, William Burns and William Wrinn. Open Publicity iMrs. Emily A. Blunt entertained a, number of her Meriden friends and others at her home, 149 North Main fstrect, this afternoon. Mrs. Blunt is near.y ninety years of age and is en joying the best of health. During the afternoon dinner vas served. Those wiio attended were Mrs. Andrew Bird- soy, Mrs. Harvey Blrdsey, Mrs. H. B. Birdscy, Mrs. William Blrdsey, Mrs. J'jI'us Ives, Mrs. William Booth, Mrs. Hut!."ard Fenn, Mrs. James Gay, Mrs. Melleh, and Miss Rhoda Birdsey, all of Meriden and also Mrs. Charles E. Blunt and Miss Ruth Elton Blunt, of Wallingford. Judge Wolfe in the court of common pleas in New Haven yesterday tried out the appealed civil suit case of W. Barson vs. CUfton C. Hall. Judgment was rendered in favor of the defend ant to recover costs. O. H. D. Fowler for plaintiff; M. T. Downs for defend ant. This same case was tried in the borough court and judgment was given for the plaintiff. ' Last evening's New York World had the following account which will be Interesting to Wallingford people: Miss Lillle Cooney of Wallingford, Conn., is In' a trance which seized her last Sat urday night while dancing. Doctors have so far failed to rouse her. They say her condition is -the result of a pe culiar form of urdemlc poisoning In which the acid acts like morphine. Up to the night of the dance the girl had been in excellent Health. , Paul Fritz, on of Wallingford's representatives In Uncle Sam's navy, is spending a ten days' furlough with hla parents on Prince street. Mr. Fritz leaves next week with Admiral "Fighting Bob'v Evans, for a Cruise around Capo Horn.., He says that life on board one of the big battleships Is great, but still a visit to home and old friends Is always looked forward to with great pleasure by all the jack tars. - . , .. Insures a fair, square and honest deal. It characterises the policy of Dr. Pierce as relates to the composition of his time-proven and most popular ' medicines. Their ingredients are on each bottle-wrapper,' attested under oath and printed in plain English. Dr. Pierce's Fa-I vorite Prescription is the only medicine designed for the cure of worn-1 an's peculiar ailments and sold by druggists, the makers of which! (publish on each but'.'.c-wrapper what the medicine contains. for its blood cleansing and specific cura tive effects upon the- diseased mucoue membranes.. It will cur a very largi per cent, of all cases, even after the' have reached the ulcerative, or chronu stage, and no matter of how many years standing they may be.. It is , equal!' efficacious in affections of the mnmm lining of the larynx, bronchia and res piratory organs in general, thus curinrj bronchitis, laryngitis ' and other affec J tions giving rise to obstinate, hang-on-1 coughs. It is riot eo good in acute coughs following sudden colds, as in' the lingering, chronic coughs. Nor must the "Golden Medical Discovery" be expected to work miracles. It will not cure consumption in its advanced stages no mecucine win ao mat, ,dd' for all orjBtmate nang-on-coughs due t larvnaial or bronchial irritation am kindred affections-, of the throat which, if neelected or badly treated, are likelf to lead up to copsumption, the "Dis covery" can be relied upon to product the best curative results. : ' The "Golden Medical Discovery" isj ' from its tonic and specific curative con trol over mucous surfaces, especially efficacious in curing indigestion, dys pepsia, weak stomach and1" Liver Cora plaint," or biliousness. Even ulceration , of the stomach and bowels has in thon sands of cases been cured by it; also obstinate chronic diarrhda. In addition to all the foregoing, no! the lfeast valuable of the marvelously efficacious properties poEsessed by tha "Discovery" is the unequaled regnlBtj ing and strengthening effect exerted by it over tne neari s action, it nas maae some wonderful cures of very pro nounced valvular and other affection! of that organ. . v ' ' The reason why " Golden Medical Discovery" cures so wide a range of dis eases is made plain in a booklet sent free On request mailed to Dr. R. V.' Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. If interested, send for it. The powerful alterative or blood pur ifying properties possessed by the "Dis covery" will naturally suggest its Use for the cure of blotches, pimples, erup-i tions; as eczema, salfc-rheurh, and other skin affections in all of which it has: made remarkable cures; also in scrofu lous sores and old, open ulcers, or eat-! ing sores. To heal the latter, use Dr.j Pierce's All-Healing" Salve" as a local application, while takjpg the "Golden! Medical Discovery " to correct the blood and cleanse the system, . A box will be mailed to. any address on receipt of) fifty - four qent? in stamps. If yonrj druggist don't have it in stock, addreu 1 Dr. Pierce, as above.' Dr. 'tierce's Pleasant Pellets are ih original Little Liver Pills-, first, put up , bv old Dr. Pierce over 40 years ago. Much imitated, but never equaled. Easy to take as candy, v " The harvest sale 'at the First Bap tist church will open to-morrow after noon at 3 o'clock, and continue until 10 o'clock In the evening. One bf the special features will be a concert by the Wallingford Mandolin club from 8 to 9 o'clock. A great variety of articles will be on sale. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription con tains no alcohol, and no narcotics' or other harmful or habit-forming drugs, as wuiDe seen trom its puDiisnea. in gredients. ; It contains only such native, medicinal roots as are most hiahly rec ommended by -leading medical writers ana practitioners of all the several schools of practice, for the cure of wom an's delicate and peculiar ailments. It is safe for women to take in any con dition of the system, as it assists Nature in restoring the healthful action of all the organs distinctly feminine. Nature's own cure. In fact, "Fa vorite Prescription" is Nature's own . i i j r i j tuia lut mo many UBraugemeniB anu weakuesses peculiar to women. It is advised for no other diseases. , If you are a weak, tired, nervous. over-worked, broken-down, pain-racked woman, either young, old or middle aged, Buffering from frequent headaches, ibackaches, dizziness or faintiriz spells. (gnawing or distressed feeling in stomach, Iperhaps see imaginary specks, or dark spots floating .before tne eyes, have dragging-down or heavy feeling in lower abdomen, or pelvic region, with, per haps, pelvic catarrh, or other symptoms of functional or organic affections of the distinctly feminine organs, then you will make ho mjstake if you resort', to the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, The. most advanced medical Science knows no better agents for the cure of all such diseases than are happily and harmoniously combined in this widely famed "Prescription!" of Dr. Pierce. You can't afford td accept any secret nostrum of unknown composition and of questionable merit as a substitute 'for this professionally endorsed and time- tested remedy OF known composition, simply that some unprincipled dealer imay make a little larger profit. Don't expect it to perform miracles but Rive ,it a fair, persevering trial and it is not likely to disappoint you. It won't " dis solve tumors" no 'medicine will, lit 'will cure a larger percentage of all cur- noie ailments wuicn especially ainici (womankind than any other medicine old by druggists for that purpose. As to Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical toisc'overy it has a very large ranee of application, yet it is by ho means rec-. jommended as a "i'ure-AU.". it pos sesses .marvelous alterative, or blood clcamipg, properties and is at the same (tirae a. most invigorating tonic, or strength , giver. It exerts a( specific, 'cleansihg toothing and healing effect upon all the lining mucous membranes vol .the systeanj hence, its great ourative value In all catarrhal affections, no Imatter where located. ! In Chronic Nasal Catarrh, it is well to cleanse the passages two or three times a dav with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedy flufd, while persisting in the 5Se of the "Golden Medical Discovery" DEAD ON THE ROAD', n Mi U .Ete4( ALLEYS The Metropolitan Store of New Haven. COMMENDED GOVERNOR. Eons of Temperance PlcaseS With O'Brien Liquor BfU. Bridgeport, Oct 24. The grand di vision of Connecticut, Sons of Temper ance,. is holding its annual convention in Temperance hall on Beach street to-day. The delegates number about 150, and art the ffuesfci pf Living Spring , division. There are several prominent officers of the order pres ent Including Most Worthy Scribe Ross Slack of Trenton, N. J. tWorthy Patriot Joshua Benton is presiding over the convention. At the session this afternoon the convention unanimously adopted reso lutions commending Governor Wood ruff for sieniiiET tha O'Brien liciuor bill which passed the last session of the j temperance are cordially Invited legislature, and Arthur Hull for tol4iJsii y Impartial manner in which he handled excise matters which came before him as houso chairman of the legislative co-mmlttee on excise matters. Other resolutions will be acted upon later. This evening there will bo an open meeting in which tho delegates will participate. A program of addresses and mus,le had- been arranged and all persons interested in the cause of to "Hearts of Goldt played to a good sized audience ' at the Wallingford theater this evening. The next attrac tion at the local play , house wli; be Davl6 Belasco's romantic and realistic drama "Tho Heart of Maryland," on Monday evening, , October 28, under the persona! direction of the author. There will Vie a union temperance rally next Sunday evening at the First Baptist Church.' Rev. Duane M. Griffin, of Hartford, will deliver an interesting address on the temperance' question. A finer musical program will also be rendered 'during the even ing. ' ' ' A raccoon was caught this morning on Main street in front of Wallace block. Miss Violet Hoffman leaves Satur da for a short stay In Boston. Before Semitic and uinieai uuu , Talks ph IIoly Land. Tast and , .' ... , "Fr.-3int. That there are no holy places in the Holvland as far as the geographer Is concerned and. that to the pilgrim in tent on visiting the spot where events of the Bible came to pass Palestine- is negative and disappointing, was the substance of the lecture ori Calvary, and the tomb of Christ delivered by Dr. - Frederick K. Bliss before ,tlie Semitic and Biblical club at Lampson lyceum last evening. ' ',. Dr. BHes was bDrn In Jerusalem anu has spent much of his life as director of the excavations in that Vicinity un the English Palestine Excavation fund and as a result of his c ose view is rather prejudiced against the country from .the average visitor's point. of view. ' Unless one approache the visit in an Imaginative lushion ani with his mind thoroughly imbued wltti the as sociations of the place, Dfv Bliss de clares he will find Jerusalem and the seed of Isaac no more holy than Phila delphia Is full of brotherly love. 'An nnrHoneo fliiinz the auditorium listened to the hour's address which The Order of Pocahontas will give wa, ninstratpri with some 50 stereopti- 'a concert and dance at the town hall con views taken by the lecturer in the ! Hallowe'en night. neighborhood of Jerusalem. , Wbinan' Succumbs to Heart FalWe " ' 5 While on Way to Market. Water-bury,- Oct.: .24! A? woman narned'Mra. Toblh, wife of Edward J. (Tc-bIn, was found dead early this aft ernoon along side of the highway In the upper part of Madison street, over In , Washington Hill. Medical Exam iner Crane said It was a case of heart failure brought about by : chronic rheumatism., , , Mrs. Tobih,' who was alone, lockde up her house, and apparently started for a store to make some-purchases. She carried a basket under her arm". She had only . gone a short distance when she was' taken sick, and fell In the. highway dead. A few minutes afterwards . her body . was found by Dennis Ryanv who happened to be passing along the highway., Mrs. Tobin was about fifty years of age.- Her husband is employed by the Holmes, Booth & Haydens company. One daughter attends the Convent of Notre Damo. , .. v. ' , BAPTISTS CAtTTIOTJS. Nei Britain,, Odt. 24. in addition to making up the ehtlre'amount of the de falcation of $St,000 by Its treasurer, William F. Walker,, the Connecticut Baptist association announces that It has remodelled its system of bookkep ing so that a similar shortage can nev er be' possible. The secretary and the treasurer will in ins luiure ug pitiueu unuar iicnvy bonds, property will be held In1 th if name of the convention, Instead of the 1 name of the treasurer, as formerly, ano) investments are to ce maae oy tne com mittee of six, and only under the llml-f tations prescrioea lor trust runas. rn changes have been ordered put into ef4 feet immediately. , v Joseph Bohlln left to-day to take up ' his residence in San Francisco. He has been employed for the past yiear as a silversmith at R. Wallace & Sons'. " His many friends will learn of his departure with regret. , ' The . grange program this evening vas in charge of MiSs Dorenda Becket and Miss Hopson. The East Farms Whist club Will meet to-morrow evening at the resi dence of Delano W. Ives,. East Farms district. WET RAILS CAUSE CRASH. Twenty Persons Iujnrcd In Trolley Collision in Chicago. ' Chicago, Oct. 24. More than twen ty persons were injured In a street car collision here last flight. The crash was due to wet rails. A- Madison street car1 ran into a Western avenue car that was crossing over Madison street. The efforts of the motormen to stop the cars were vain because of the cars skidding along the track. Both cars were derailed. Many es caped injury by Jumping. When the cars met all the lights were extlngushed and the Western avenue car was carried along toward the curbing. Panic seized the passen gers and the cries of women and chil dren Aroused residents in the vicinity. Robert H. Smith, tho most dangerous ly Injured, was caught -betwe the two cars' and severely crsnefced. It is bellved he wili I ' BOTSFORD DICKINSON. The home of William S. Russell, Stratford was the scene of a .very pretty home wedding, Wednesday eve ning, the contracting parties being a sister of Mrs. Russell, Miss Lottie H. Dickinson, and Leonard Austin Bots ford of Bridgeport. Both are well known In Bridgeport, as the former was employed as bookkeeper at the U. M. C. Co for a number of years, and for the nsst six months was with the Bryant Electric company. The groom has held a responsible position at ths Locomobile company for some v time. His family resides in New Haven, but lived formerly in Newtown, where he is well known. WALL. PAPERS New Designs Suggestions ' for Treatment, FALL SHOWING The latest models and materials for Ladies9 Garments Our fall stock is entirely new and exclusive. We shall be pleased to have you call and look It. over.. STOVIN , 171-173 Orange Street. Mti.i'WJ? m'imAm i ii in' niniiinri il 4 i"H"H'I DIES OF GtJN SHOT WOCND. Rutland, Vt, Oct 24. Joseph Em mons' of Norwich,' Ccnn., who was ac cidentally' siiot here by his son last Sunday, died yesterday at the hos pital . Spill many, 'gem! of purest ray serene awaits your selec- $ - " tion in our choice Cut-Glass Novelties. Can you think of anything prettier for a- , t gift anything prettier for the table ? 1 A. F. 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