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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL
COURIER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1907.
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In new neckwear fagoting is appjied
In many different ,ways. Fagoted bands
are much used to outline shaped col
lars of heavy Irish or cheny lace.
( '-'Another very new idea is, a, collar of
colored linen, heavily embroidered with
ivhito., Pastel shades are . much used
also, and are very effective.-,..
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At .Gamble-Desmond's there is a won
iSeTfully attractive collection of love
ly brasses from Vantine's. They're be
ing sold much below the usual prices
and will make acceptable gifts. The
variety of articles is complete and the
pi'ices range from 25c to $40.
held yesterday morning at 9:30 o'clock
from his residence, 100 iSaltonstall ave
nue, and at 10 o'clock from St. Francis.'
church, where a solemn requiem high
mass was celebrated. The Rev. Fa
ther Sheehan acted as celebrant, Fa
ther Baker as deacon, Father Blake
as sub-deacon. The Rev. Father Ken
nedy officiated at the grave.
Snran R. Lelghton.
The death occurred yesterday at the
age of 70 years, of Susan ir, Leighton.
Her death occurred at 154 Grove street,
and the funeral services will take place
from there th! afternoon at !:SI)
o'clock. The Rev. D. D. Munro will
officiate and' interment will be in Cam
bridge, Mass..
Elizabeth Ecrnliarfl.
Elizabeth Bernhard died yesterday at
the age of .69 years.. " Deceased was the
widow of the late Joseph Bernhard.
Interment will be at Jamaica, I I.
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The Circus Has Come to Town !
. Malley's Greatest Show on Earth has its daily parade, rain, hail
fr shine, in the Grand Aisle. Walk up ! Walk up ! Big and Little
Folks and see the Tiger that was captured at Yale Field, and the Bull
Dog who gripped him, the herd of highly trained Elephants, the
original Teddy Bears in captivity, the Monkey House from Central
Park, the comical Clowns astride the Elephants, the troupe of beau
tiful high school Arabian coursers, the cages of savage Rhinoceros,
Hippotami, the long-legged Giraffes, the world-rer.c .vned bareback
riders, etc., etc.
For Christmas. M
Suggestions are something. Here are someMhings In our line
that are good suggestions for pre-Christmas buyers:
BERRY, FRITX AND SALAD BOWLS,
CHAFING DISHES, AFTER-DINNER COFF&E SETS,
CAXDELABRAS AND CANDLESTICKS,
COMPORTS, ALMOND, AND SANDWICH SERVING SETS,
BEAUTIFUL SELECTIONS IN CUT GLASS.
Successor tn"
F. WYLIE, 821 Chaps'l St.
; "right & Co.
The latest development in skeleton
shoulder wraps is two white stoles, one
thrown over each shoulder -and strap-
' Ellen Balliier.
The funeral services for the late El
len' Balbier; widow' of : ex-Town lAgent
Balbier,' took place from, hor residence,
139 Ashmen street, yesterday aftornoon,
and was very largely attended. Rev.
Mr.' Wycoff, of the. United church, offic
iated. ''iThe floral tributes . were many
and beautiful. Interment was in Ever
green cemetery, ;v The funeral arrange
ments were in the hands of stahl &
Sons." '
Rev. Lcohidas Baldwin.
Rev, ) Leonidas B. Baldwin died at
his home, 1249 -Chapel street, . Sunday,
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1 ped together-under the arms, back and i after .4 short illness. Ha was in his
front. The stoles are heavily embroi
dered and finished at the ends with
a linen fringe. '
Among the novelties In chamois skin
' arc little butterfly bows to be worn
.with, the embroidered linen collars.
Also , little string,' ties one-half inch
' wide, which 'tie in a small bow.
In the toy department of the Gamble-Desmond
Btores there will be spec
. ial prices pn eoma articles neafly ev-
jy day. For instance, , to-day, a $1
' doll for 65c. ...
t IAj useful present for a-man is a cork
screw .. with a handle of white vivory
on which is carved a man's head and
. arms.
Some of the new laces are lovely,
dainty designs of, a good width and
deep cream color. .
,', A complete set of furs must have
three pieces this season, stole, mutt
' and hat, There are some -very hand
, eome ones belns. shown.
The window of the Bush-Smith Co.,
833 Chapel street, attracted my atten
, tion ft day or two ago,- and I was
tempted "by its beauty to- go inside and
see if the same atmosphere prevailed
. there, -and I found a frieze decoration
of Christmas bells, tinsel , and tree
balls, also a booth with the ornaments
sevehty-fourth 'year and was a native
of this city though 'a great portion of
his life was . passed elsewhere. He
graduated from Trinity college and be
gan;' his ministry in the plscopal
church In 1350, , going to New Britan,
where .he remained ten years. . . Later
he had churches in Derby, Boston,
Kee-ne, N. ; H., and In eastern Mary
land, s .. ' .
He returned 4o' New Haven several
years ago, taking up his residence In
the Baldwin homestead, where he-died.
He is survived by a widow,, one broth
er and numerous distant relatives here.
Funeral services will be held at Trin
ity church Wednesday afternoon at
2:30,. at which Rev. CO. ScovlUe will
officiate. 1 f
. Mrsi Artn Itijrgins. .
'Mrs. 'Attn HigginS, Widow of Patrick
HIggins, die4 at her residence, 238
Oak street, Sunday night, after a long
illness. Mrs. Htgglns was an old and
respected parishioner of St. John's
church. She loaves 'one, daughter, Mrs.
Mary J. Efckert and one son, Bernard
Higglns. -.The. -funeral will be held to
morrow morning at St. John's church
at 9 o'clock? J
: Mrs. Thomas Mitchell.
The Rev? Mr.' Beardstfey, rector of St.
Th6mas'. church, ' officiated at the f j
neral services which were held yester
day afterhodn at S o'clock for Mary S.
AHrhiall wtfA Af Thnmq ,Tttrhl!. ' fit
and balls most attractively arrantMi v the. re9ldeiM!e 'of'ftet daughter, Mrs.
This display of tree' trimmings is the winnn j. Trowbridge, No. 221 Church
largest and most effective to be found 8tPeBtf this; city.- The-body was taken
anywhere, and it is worth looking atu. t .,i,(. ,rv. -,a,0 it ,iii ho m.
If you have no idea you want to buy. I tenvd ': '" . '
Mrs. . Mitchell died suddenly at Lake
wood, N. J., of hftirt failure. She was
well .known in this city through her
visits to her aaughtcr. ' She was In her.
sev.entyrtourth year.
A Great Eastern Picture Maker Sells Out
v At About Fifty Cents on the Dollar.
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" You work foir an hour or two over a picture, uncertain of yourself and not knowing what will happen. Sud
denly the paper fades, and the spirit of painting is there, coming forth as if by magic. That is the supreme
moment for the artist, when feeling sweeps over you in a flood." .; .; . v
HpHE above expression strikes the very keynote of " Unu'suaiity " so sugges-
tive of this s$Ie of all Christmas Picture Saks. Th?; pictures it presents
A are genuine inspirations, not pot-boilers or mediocre daubs. They are em
inently worthy bur offering, your securing, and at this selling you reap extra-
U ordinary morjey-saving advantages, For the price ot each is just about naif of wnat
SI it could and would be under regular trade conditions. We snapped up the whole
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ig arBfri'jyou've 'seen before,'- and for
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Belts of gold or sihyr brocaded rib
bon with enameled buckles are new
and'are rapidly becoming popular. ,
Charming little baskets of Japanese m , m M9,dee m gal.
lfiZ f ' tonsU..venuC,at-9:!t0 o'clock yester-
dainty gifts when filled with candy
a-nd tied with holly red and green rib
ib6ns. ' ' '.''''
Cut glass salt and pepper shakers
with Stirling silver tops suggest them
selves as pretty Christmas gifts. ,... -
The Howe & Stetson stores are al
ways at the front with their showing
of wood articles for burning. This
year the stock is more attractive than
ever, and the assortment more expen
sive. ' ' ;,.'.. " :".'
'Memorandum books ' and engage
ment pads are so delightfully gotten
.up and , i so attractively bound theso
dajrs that one would purchase them
though one never had an engagement
.to fulfill or an idea in one's head to be
inscribed in a note ibook. v h
Soutache brain comes in all, colors
and widths this season, and is used to
trim almost everything' from furs tp
evening gowns. 1
How' about a pretty kimono, or a
dressing jacket for the mother? There
are some beautiful comfortable ones
at the store of the Edward Malley .Co.
, A pretty and a useful gift is a glass
Ibon bon or jolly dish. of white and gold
decorated glass, which come either
with or without handles,
Cuff buttons of mother of pearl are
.much prettier to wear with short
waists than gold plated ones or even
silver. They are quite inexpensive..
OBITUARY NOTES.
Lewis Jay Parsons Passes Away.
Lewis Jay Parsons," one of our well
known old residents, died yesterday
afternoon at his home on Madison
street, aged 78. H2 leaves a wife and
three sons, James F., of Livingston
street; lAdolphe Leon, and Henry S.,
both of West Haven, and two daugh
ters, Mrs. F. W. Clark and Mrs. W. W.
Paulln, both of Livingston street. De
ceased had been a valued employe of
the New Kaven Clock company for the
last thirty years in the machinist de
partment, and previously was em
ployed for years at the (Reynolds bolt
works dn East street. He had been
in failing health .fori tha last five
months. The funeral sermon will take
place on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. Rev. Mr.-Lent, -of the First
Faptist church, officiating:. The burial
vlll be in Oak Grove comeetery,. West
Haven, where the deceased had a bur
ial plot.
Robert M. Ke-lley.
The funeral of Robert M. Kellev took
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day wfirnint A requiem high , mass
was celf-brotcd at St, Francis church
at 10 o'clock. ,
i Mrs. Charles S. Txctr.
In the d;t?i of Mrs.- Charles 3. Leete,
whloh occurred Eunday evening,' quite
suddenly, -her hi&nv- friends will recog
nize the' termination of a career whose
profrfmenee extends t? back Into the
earlier social life of New Haven.
Mfs. :Lfefcte. Was, the diuirhter of Le-
Grand Cannon &n Mary Elizabeth
Trowbridge., She was descended from
one of Xew Haven's earlier historic
families and united by marriage with
cnoi of old Guilford's name that his
long' been prominent in our colonial
history. .. Mrs, Loate had for a large
part of three generations been a famil
iar and active, figure in the llff of pur
city; she had leeti a member of the
Chure.h of the . "Redeemer for.. , many
years and her beneficent, influence has
bscn-felt in many spheres. ...
Sho celebrated her golden wedding
Deeomber 5, 1859,-and a great-grandchild,,
Sidney Leete Val?ntlne,' now sur
viveSjher. ;:' ,:' ;. , ,: .
The ;,eight years , since her golden
wedding hnve been years, of quietness
and rest, but none the lass a continu
ation of the golden age of wedded
life. ' ; , - j
Her fhusban4,. Charles 9. Leete, for
many years president of- the Mechan
ics' bank-, a daughter, Miss Ida Leetfl;
a son, Jeremiah B.' Leete, and a grand
daughter, Mrs.' William J. VMebtine,
remaMn to Cherish the memdry of a
useful life. ' , ' , .'; ,.. ,'..'
The funeral will take place from 12M
Chapel street to-morrow at 2:30 o'clock.
Interment will be iti Evergreen ceme
tery. ,..,...' , , ,
Mrs. Henry , A. Ixiotnfu.
The funeral of Mrs. Kafe E., wife of
Henry A., Loomi-s, was held yesterday
afternoon at her late home, 733 Howard
avenue, end the Rev, Dr..ICidd offlciat
fd. The interment was in Evergreen
cemetery. ;
ZZrs. Clmrlos M. Tweed. .
' The funeral of Charlotte 'M1. Tweed,
who 'ditd at "her home, 235 Lawrence
street, took place af'h'r late home yes
jterday, the iftev. Dr. Smyth offlciatlng.
' Interment was In Grove, street ceme
tery.' '.".."
Funeral of Mrs. Camp.
The funeral services of Mrs. Julia L.
Peck, widow oTalcott R. Camp, will
take place this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at the late VcsMer.ee, 151 Rlake street.
! Mrs, ;-Camp died on Paturday. She
wa3 In her sixty-fifth year.
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' Robert M. Kelly.
Xh funeral at Robert M. Kelly was
David B. WooUoti.
Many will sympathlzo with Mr. and
Mrs. George B. Woolson In the deat.h
of their son. David Roekerirli Wco!
son, who died tit Wllmlaatna, Del.,
Sunday, aged sltfn rnrs. Tp ''vi
eral arransemcr.ts are not yet com
pleted. .
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Dining Room, Drawing Room, Library, Sitting Room, Study, Hall, Bed Ro6m.
Richly and plainly framed in close harmony with their subjects, what a time
fcr Christmas gift presents!
V, The Christmas Oil Painting Exhibition.
This Christmas event gives yon an unequalled opportunity of securing oil paintings of ex
ceptional merit. Wors of art, not by brushes that nave passed their meridian of power,
hut by ariists of rising fame, full of life and vigor, ever gaining more skill in the treatment of
their subjects. Take, for instance, these rarely touching bits of autumn and winter landscapes-,
the bleak foliage-stripped surroundings, the dimly lighted hamlet street or again, the
dying beauties of Autumn days, or perhaps, as a direct contrast, some azure-skyed Asiatic
scene or a dainty bit of Venice. E.very picture a gem of art and your choice from scores
of interesting Subjects handsomely and appropriately framed.' ; - :'
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,i-:MeiidowsiMasige LambTrt4:.regular-$$9.00t iNmv $27.50. "
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J ? , ;. Tims, Jones and Clark, tegular $15.00, Now $6.75.
Exquisite Examples In Pastels, . v
The ordinary p'cture buyer perhaps hardly apprec;ates the artistic atmosphere breathed
into a perfect pastel, where the actual-fingers of the artist take the place of the brush and rub
in and blend the color delicacies., Look closely at these pastel landscapes by Franklin and
Swinburne, at the life-like touches they give to nature. You seem to. see the trees waving,
the water gleaming, the whole panorama licAspread out right before you. Nothing daintier
for a daintily furnished room than a fine pastel, and there are hundreds of such here. ,
;. From $1.00 up to $12.50. f All at half regular prices.
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In the World of Water Colors.
Here again, ncne but picked examples of the works of the masters are before you. Tozier
moor scenes depicted as on'y Tozier can, who dwells amidst themists of misty Dartmoor,
in order to live and breathe their mysteries. v Lake, mountain and moor 'scapes, Wlwe gen
uine realism cannot miss you ; miny other pastoral scenes that will instant y appeal to all
picture lovers. ( No stint to choosing of the best. .
From $3.25 up io $20.00. All very much bdoiv 'he regular prices.
Boileau Heads':
That inccmparrblc portrayer of the eternal feminine; Of course
you Know mm i ' Here are seme ct nis daintiest conceptions in
colors. - " To-dsy ", u Mischief Maker ", "Anticipation " Winter Whispers " L ttie Lady
Df mure ' snd several others; Size 8x0 1-2 inchcf, in neat brown frame, cDc. Can't you
find a nook for one? ;
Diniritt Room Pictures :
Wh:t more epproprtete thr.n a true-tc-'he-life study
cf fruiter grme? Here are rosy chcetcd apples,
b.'ushing gropes, golden oranges, the aristocrats of the fruit family, piled up in lofty dishes
or scancrcu in prorusicn over a siiunng surracc or poiiRncu niant gany. ur a cracc or ieasn
of birds With all fhe beauties of their giussy plvmcce faithfully reproduced.
pi 'From 98c up to $7.5C. Alt half regular pric?r.
Carbon Chef d'Oeuvres :
Clear as crystal, C'r.t'n tive, every line, every iota
of detail dearly reprot'vecd. Such is the mission
of the ptrfect carben, such arc the carbons here. Ararercntfc f line c;essical subjects;
romantic, historfcal subjects, exauisite carbon reproductions of celebrated pictures, ell of the
highest character of carbon wcrk, handsomely frcmed. . '
From 49c up to S2.'fS. All at half regular prices.
at an .Urtusufcily mooertte price tor sucn wor;S ci crtissc trent.
buy a 32 x 30 inch etching cf a famous subject, -w tlv
lined, for ?3.7(,, Anq (here are scores cf others a cqt:
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; From as low as 49c rirht trj to i 5. 00.
Jy fine.cu;binfi bc'tlly, deeply craven and
ct tnref-incn wa r.ut
i'y mcdist prices.
Ihja'i cf if 1 , You can new
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Whole tsble full of pleasant 'Chrinm-s. FicVh;;. Humercus
Dutch -(Icure studies.' Comical coster wcrk. end a wealth of
artistic oddities tastefully and quaintly frcmed, starting as lew as lCc.
Table of Pictures:
0 New Ha
Series:
frtmed and fitted with rbfs.
A very d.i ty series cf the most interesting spots in New
Haven rnd vicinltV. dej:c?te!v -hand-cclcfed. neat'v
Only C9c C'piecf-.
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(Special Joumal-Courler News Service.)
A special, election for borough clerk,
to fill the vacancy caused by the resig
nation of Erpest L. Averill, was held
: at the engine house in East ; Grand
avenue, la,st. evening. There ' wero
three candidates and the vote stood
! as follows:, John Parker, 43; Selden G.
Sterling, 35,. .and Charles Huntley, 15.
Mr. Parker . was declared elected. He
is the well Jcn.own merchant on the east
side and has been a member of the
i borough gpyernment and of the board
i of aldermen. '
TUMBLER COJIPAXIES FAIL.
Pittsburg, Dee. 9.,The Rochester
Tumbler company and the Keystoaa
Tumbler company, two important con
stituent companies of ths Natfonal
Glass companyi jointly operating a
large plant for the manufacture of hcl
low glassware at Rochester, Pa,, wero
to-day placed in the hands of a re
ceiver. .- ,
Id and would be under regular trade conditions. We snapped up tne wnoie
and sell as we buy. In the series of little Studios on ihs 2nd Floor, upon
: walls hatlg the many sale exhibits, are " pieces " especially appropriate for
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Four hundred tickets have been is- j
sued for the annual ball of the Qulnni- j
piac Hose,. Hook and Ladder company j
and the affair .promises to be on a j
grand scale. . This is to be the fifty- j
fifth annual and will take place in Po- !
lar Star hall on the evening of Wed- :
nesday, December 11. Many of the wjll
known Are companies in the vicinity
of Fair Haven have'- received invita
tions and .a large out-of-town delega
tion Is expected. Mayor-elect Martin
is an honorary member of the Quinni-piacs.,-The
officers at the company are:
Chief, Edgar M. Allen; assistant chief
and treasurer, Edward H. Farven;
foreman, Lewis A. T. Blake; first as
sistant" foreman, William A. Hadley;
second.a?Ristant -foreman, John Ga'.lo,
and 6eoretaryV' Joseph Farry.
Committees for the' toll have been
appointed as follows: Reception com
mittee, E. M. Allen, E. H. Farren, L.
A. T. Blake, Jacob Frollch and Hobart
Howard;' floor committee, William .A
Hadley, chairman, Bert A. Wheelock,
vice chairman; aides, William F. Hub
bard, Dwlght L. Potter, John Hotch
kiss, Oeorga Vogt and Roy Perry.
"' The second n the series of union
prayer meetings for the Fair Haven
churches will be held ' In th9 Gfahd
Avenue Congregational church thi3xev-.
enlng at 7:30.
"It was stated yesterday that the
Bran ford, Stony Creek, Lighthouse and
Granniss corner cars, which run
through to the center of the city via
Chapel street, would use the new
bridge in Chapel street over the new
railroad cut, the latter part 'of the
week. '.' ,. . ' - '-' ' '
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Mrs. C. R. Cargill, a former Fair Ha
ven resident, writing from the Saw
tollB farm In Shirley, Maine, where
she is living with relatives, under
date ot December 5, stated thst during
October 30 deer were shipped from the
Shirley station and 46 in November,
besides those taken away xy private
conveyances, - Young Sawtello, ktlled
three in one day, including one shot
near the farmhouse. Mrs. Cargill also
stated that in the morning of the day
she wtote, the thermometer stood at
ten above zero.
The hew library board 'will contain
the name of Andrew P. Allen, alder
man in the Fifteenth ward. .
At Cedar Hill station this afternoon
at 1' O'clock an opportunity will b
given for those who wish to be heard
in the : matter of the proposed aban
donment ot the station, to be heard. It
is expected that a large number from
this part of the city, will be heard.
The Quinntpiac iCanoe club is closing
nn its season bv removing the float
which has been stationed in front
the club house in Front street-
House Coas, Bath
Robes, Hats, Muffl rs,
Neckwear, Gloves, Hand
kerchiefs, Umbrellas.
Canes. Fafocv Vests. I
i aacKs,; owspenaers, ; un
I derwsar, Scarf Pins, Cuff
! Buttons, Raincoats, Over
j coats, Suits and Every
j thing in weir?bles for
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News hoa been received here of the
marriage at Albany recently of Miss
Lulu Doolittle of. that city and James
G. Blake of Pittsfie-ld, Mass. The
bride formerly resided here where she '
has many friends. The couple will re
side in -Plttsfleld. 1
A public whist will be held by the .
ladies . of the Golden Eagle at the resi- '
dence of Mrs. Fields in Avon street, ,
this afternoon.
SoMRSON
SHOP,
After a visit in New York city, the
Misses Anna and Gertrude Johnson of
Chapel street, have returned.
The Men's club of Grace P. E. church
will meet Wednesday evening of this
wock in the parish house at 8 o'clock,,
when Prof. Kent of Yale University,
will be the speaker. His subject will
be "How to Tpako good citizenship ef
fectual." All men in the parish and
neighborhood are invited to this gath
Charming Lighting Effects
for Christmas Gifts;
that afeal to the most li scrim
mating will he found on exhihh'on
in our showrooms. Our lfangin
i)omes, Floor Lam$s, DtskLamfi
and Wo 'Brackets are well worth
a visit from those interested in
giving a charming Christmas gift
The most harmonious colors ancj
, designs, together with a wicte rang
in $rice. You are cordially in
vited to inspect these. ' :
46ELM-ST-NEW-Jira-
' Sarah J. 1 Dayton, wif.ow of Charles
R. Dayton, died at htr home, 718 Quin
ntpiac avenue yesterday, in the fifty
ninth year of her age. Her husband
died in August last. She was a daush
tor of the late Mr. and Mrs. James
Kewell. She had been ill with pneu
monia for three days. The funeral will
be attended on Wednesday, at 3 p. m.
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Pauline, wife of Jacob Gutbrod, died 1 ?f S A " J f l
at her homo, 184 Lombard street, yes- j P,ii ti;llt'rff?.f ''.
lerdny. f he leaves besides, her hus- ! ' j tfett Olfn t kf
b-nd, a son, Frederick Gutbrod. and ' ! T MWiVIS
a daughter. .Airs. Charles ctook. The " J lIlMl
funeral wiil be atfnded on Thursday ; . s FMWm
at 2:30 p. m., in the Manorial chapel in 1
Fair Haven cemetery. . Cr fKS
An account of' "IbTmectins of the M f6f41m
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WHAT WILL CASH DO?
20 per cnt. discount from Our en
tire stock of Furniture, Carpets, Stoves
and House Furnishings during the
month of December. Brown & Durham.
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