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EVENTS IN THE COUNTIES BORDERING ON THE BAY OF SAN FRANCISCO TEAS AND BRIDGE ABSORB SOCIETY Fiancees Are Feted Along With Yo»:ng Matrons Back for Visits to Home Folks OAKLAND, Mar. h 7.—Mrs. Tellens of York will be the guest at an Hte luncheon over which Miss Mona Crellin will preside tomorrow afternoon at the family resi \lice street. Mrs. Tellens is a cousin of her h< c will v.embered Ha Morgan n Francisco, exceedingly popular in the smart set across the bay before marriage. Miss Creliin has asked a number of Mrs. Tellen's for mer friends to meet* her. Bridge b* the diversion. A number of compliments will he offered Mrs. Tellens before her return to the Mrs. Harold Spense Blask and Mrs. Norman Lang shared In the honok of an informal afternoon today, a? ■which Mrs. George E. Whitney en tertained. A game of cards was rounded out by tea. . Mrs. Lang has been spending: the later winter in Oakland from her home In Portland. .. Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Greene %rre expected to return from their honey moon next Thursday. The wedding journey has included a tour of the southern part of California. Mrs. Greene, who was formerly Miss ITollie Mathes, will be on* of the most feted young matrons of the late season. _,<?*. ' • • ■ '• J ' ' Mrs. Samuel Weston Is being wel comed to Berkeley for a short visit, a number of affairs being planned in compliment to her. Mrs. Weston was formerly Mis-s Louise Eastman, one of the best liked girls of th* smart*set around the bay. • * • Miss Harriet Stone will be a^hostess at cards on Friday afternoon, k asking a number of the girls of the younger set to meet ■'is* Alice Albright, pretty fiancee of Frederick Farnum. The wedding of Miss- Albright and Farnum will take place late In April. Miss Morblo will be the Inspiration for a thimble bee and tea, at which Miss Edith Cramer will entertain a score of the younger girls at her home in Alameda on Thursday afternoon. Morbio will leave shortly for Europe, where she will spend several months in travel with her parents. • • » One of the delightful affairs.- late last week was an afternoon at bridge, at which Mrs, Charles Parcells enter tained at her home in Kingston avenue, a r.,»erie of the younger matrons accepting her hospitality. • • "» A series of compliments to Mrs. lr Hall are being planned Im mediately following Easter. For the r Mr. and Mrs. Hall are the guests of her parents., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Houghton. Immediately fol lowing their wedding of more than a season ago the young folks went to the islands to reside, but have re turned to remain permanently. As Miss Ruth Houghton. Mrs. Hall was one of the popular girls of Oakland. / Mrs. Henry TVestbrook has' chosen Wednesday afternoon, March 15, for a bridge and tea party for her sister* in law, Mrs. William Westbrook, and her nephew's fiancee, Miss May Pal • mer. The bethrothal of Miss Pal mer and Edward W>sthrook was formally announced last week, when the bride-elect entertained In Mrs. Westbrook's honor. Mrs. Westbrook is' visiting the bay cities from her home In the. northern part of California. ORCHESTRAL CLUB TO OPEN THIRD SEASON Program for Tomorrow Night in Rehearsal Two Months OAKLAND, March —The' opening concert of the third season of the Stew *"t orchestral club will be given next Thursday evening at the Macdonough theater under the direction of Alex ander Stewart. , f Mrs. Alma Berglund Winchester, so prano, accompanied by \ Mrs. Clarke Pomeroy and Miss Mildred Porter, will assist the orchestra. Rehearsals for the coming affair have been held for the last two month*. The program: ' "Military March".............. ... .Schubert Symphony In B minor (unfinishedl ...^hubcrt . Allesrro— Andante < con moto "Grande Value" " ..Veozano "If I Only Knew"......-.'.........Liza Lehmann "Comme Va?" 7 TobU ■? Mm. WtncbMttr Meditation from "Thal«" Massenet Violin obllfito solo. Miss Carrie M. Brtght. Value from ballet "Dornroseben".. .Tuehaikownky '•Russian Romance" Rudolph Friml ■ "Mt Heart Brer Faithfu1"...............: .Bach With accompaniment of string octet and piano. ; "Are Maria".;.' .........'......... Con nod Arranged from a prelude for piano by ifaeh Mm. Winchester « • 'A.i*gio from "L'Arlenienne" unite Bizet String orchestra. Owture, "I.ieht ra»alry" .".......:...... Suppe DEAD WOMAN VALUED AT $25,000 BY HEIRS Trial of Suit Begun Agairfst the Oakland Traction OAKLAND, March 7.—Trial of a $26,000 damage suit brought against th« Oakland traction company by the helr« of the late Mary Purdy began today in Judg^ Ogden's court. Mrs. Purdy was killed on April 17, 1910, hy being caught between two streetcars at Broadway and Ninth streets. The plaintiffs are her husband, Charles Purdy. and her two daughters, Hazel Newell and Maud Wilson. HURT MAN TAKEN FROM HOSPITAL BY RELATIVES Emergency Treatment Refused for Fractured Leg OAKLAND, March 7.—Robert B. Nixon fell 20 feet from a building at Thirty-second and Chesnut streets this afternoon, suffering a broken right >X and Internal injuries. He was taken to the receiving hospital, but 'atives Insisted on removing him before anything was done for him. CLUBWOMEN DISCUSS NEW CITY CHARTER fPB^MMBBMissgBWBwHHHBF Civic Section of Ebell Makes Analysis of Organic Law OAKLAND. March 7.—The new char- '< ter of Oakland was > analyzedi and dis cussed at -the civic section of the Ebell ! club, which met this morning. The members of ; the club gathered >In 'the afternoon for a business meeting. --; »" ;-:, . STUDENTS OBBEEVE AEBOB : DAT— Alameda. March —Arbor ■ and fclrd ■ day wag obaerred here "this morning 111 all the public schools. . Bpectal program* were given and , the pflpll* were addressed bjr wutuea liom tUe Adeipbian club. .. Reginald B. Cooke, Le Conte Memorial Fellowship Winner STATE UNIVERSITY GRADUATE HONORED Student of Philosophy and Chess Player Captures Place at Harvard BERKELEY, March 7.—Reginald B. Cooke, who was graduated from the University of California with the class of 1909, hes entered Harvard univer sity to pursue a higher course in philosophy to which department of study he devoted most of his time here. On account of his brilliant work In philosophy ar.4 ' psychology Cooke ■won honors in the two depart ments ftnd has been appointed Le Conte memorial fellow. While a student at the university Cooke was known best on the campus as a chess player, being leader of the team which met Stanford on three occasions. He plays" chess as bril liantly as' he discusses philosophical questions. According to letters received by his friends, Cooke intends to pursue an academic carter and he may return to the university as an assistant in the department of philosophy. NURSES PALLBEARERS AT COMPANION'S FUNERAL Escort of Honor Also Consists of Young Women OAKLAND, March 7.—With 25 young: women as an escort of honor and four as honorary pallbearers, the lato Miss Katherine Johnson, a nurse of Provi dence hospital, was buried today. Funeral services were conducted at St. Erancls de Sales church, with Rev. Father Cantwell officiating-. Tho rites, were witnessed by the nurses and sis ters of the hospital and the medical staff. The coffin was decked with lilies of the valley, and many tokens of friend ship were offered hy the associates of the*"young nurse, who died at the hos pital Sunday morning after a short illness. The active pallbearers were mfn at tache* of the hospital. The honorary pallbearers were Miss Kate Courtney, Miss Nellie Kauffman, Miss Julia Greg ory and Miss Bertelson. Burial was in St. Mary's cemetery. MAILBAG THIEF TO BE TRIED FOR FORGERY Federal Officers Think Evidence of Robbery Insufficient OAKLAND. March 7.—Captarfi of De tectives Petersen has been informed by Postofflce Inspector "W. J. Maderos that the federal government will place «o charge against P. J. Gallagher, alias Fels, the mailbag thief, who is being held for extradition at El Paso, Tex. Maderos said the evidence in the mail bag thefts was scanty, while the police here have a charge of forgery against Gallagher, with evidence sufficient to convict. He will ho tried for the for gery, and taken over by the postofflce authorities only if acquitted in the Ala meda county courts. Detective Kyle will go to El Paso with extradition papers to bring Gallagher here for trial. CLUBWOMEN INSPECT COUNTY INFIRMARY Report of Inadequate Housing Facilities Investigated OAKLAND, March 7.—An inspec tion.^ the county Infirmary was made today by clubwomen, as the result of the recent report of the institution's superintendent, Dr. "W. A. Clark, who said that he was compelled to use at tics, hallways, barns, sheds and tents to house the patients because the place was overcrowded. Those who made the inspection were Mrs. L. P. Crane, Mrs. Leon Hall and Mrs. J. B. Hume. ■——— —: ' 1 — «- Marriage Licenses * OAKLAND, March 7.—The following iseaarriage HceD«>B were issued today: » ■ -■ .. ■■ . . , . Maurice 'A. White. ■ TO. and ' Josephine A. Hot ton. 29. both of : Berkeley. Howard Jones, 27, and Laura A. Newman, 25," both 'of ■ Berkeley. . : • . - ■ •'■•.-■■. William :A. '■ Baker, ■ 21, ■ and' Nellie: Baker,', 21. both of San Francisco. , ■ . ' . if Jl -~^T%' JP-te. 19 ■' '. The bearing of children la frequently ]S*& ~&^'^l JFJ? followed :by poor ;. health. • for " the J*fM&£jjfsfjj£A/jf mother. This supremo crisis of life j^gr £ f&rfiPw'&'&^if W§y finding her physical system unpre >•% gM^ . Mrf^mi^* § pared - for the demands of nature, jt/^^S* y"^J y# A ' eaves ;her ■with -weakened resistive yjtg(jrty^W-JWMJh^/jMaCM- powers• and: sometimes ; chronic . ail f^fly&rJ PwrW^F meets. This can be avoided JI Mother's Friend is used before the coding of baby, and the healthy woman can remain a healthy mother. It is the only remedy that perfectly and thoroughly prepares the ; system for healthy motherhood, and > bring! ] about • a natural ;j and | easy consummation of the term. Women who use Mother's Friend are always saved much suffering when the little one arrives, and more quickly, and with no ill effects, or chronic troubles. ,- Every expectant aether should safeguard her health by using Mother*! Friend, ')'■-,'% ■■■J&T- mKm ''&' »ft thus preparing her physical condition ' .: Jv^Tylfl J~f} J&/J A : * for the hour of motherhood. This JJ a,j£ >/>/ Jl£^£/IJ ' medicine -is . for' sale :at . drug stores, O^- Ir i^puf/i vrJßi wr.W^ wr^ ( Write for free book for expectant j^*^^7 o't 9 ' ■■'■#' mothers. f^/Pl Slf Atlanta, Ga. WrX~WWWrJWWW THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1911. OAKLAND TO VOTE ON SCHOOL BONDS Electors Will Decide May 16 Whether Indebtedness of $2,993,900 Be Incurred OAKLAND, March 7.—Two botiding I propositions, one for $2,493,900 for new schools and Improvements to the pres : ent buildings, and the other for 1500, --j 000 for a municipal auditorium, will be i Milimitted to the voters May 16. The ; "itv council has adopted resolutions | Calling the special election, the riHte to i follow immediately on the general mu [ nicipal election, so that election ex penses may be minimized. The school bond issue has been ad vocated by improvement clubß in al! sections of the city and is urged by the board of education as imperative, owing to the rapid iti'-rense in school attendance. The amount which will be necessary to make scflool facilities adequate was decided upon by the board of education in conference with a spe<|iaJ council committee, headed by Oliver Ellsworth,, chairman of the au r diting and finance committee. The auditorium proposition waa joined with the. school bond project on petition of the chamber of commerce and other commercial organizations. The propositions will be voted on sep arately. If both are carried the city will issue bonds in both to the amount of $2,993,900. The school bond proposition Includes $735.000 for hijrh schools. Two Bites are to be, acquired, one at Broadway and Forty-ftrst streets, for $85,000, the other in East Oakland, for $40,000. On one of these sites will be erected a $."(10,000 building for the manual train ing and commercial high school. The other site will be acquired for a new building In future for the Oakland high- school at Twelfth and Jefferson streets. The high school apportion ment also includes $IR,OOO for an addi tion to'the fohn C. Fremont high school grounds in the annexed district, and $80,000 for -van addition to that building. For grammar and primary schools, the issue contains Items for 14 new buildings, costing in all _$1. 163,000. Twenty-eight sites and additions to sites are provided, at a total cost of $592,000. Among the new school build- Ings are the following: Dewey school building, *100,0O0; College «•■ no« wtiool building, $100,000; Longfellow school bo!M]n)r. 1100,000; Washington nlditlon. $100. --000; Ailendale addition, 110,000; Thirteenth aTe nue bulldjug, 175,000; Emerson school building, $160,000; Durant building, ,-$160,000; : Peralta heights building. $43,000: fourth and Mar ket streets (building, (65,000;, Lockwood school, $75,000; P%rk and DITUIon Ktreets building, $T3.000; Perry street building. $85,000. GLEE CLUB TO EUROPE, IF PLANS GO THROUGH Tour of East May Be Prolonged Across Atlantic Ocean BERKELEY, March 7.—The Glee club; of the University of California, which will make its annual trip to Chicago and other cities of the east at the close of the spring semester In," May, is mak ing plans to continue to .Europe for a series of concerts. y The singers with /^tie mandolin ; club will give a concert in the Hotel St. Francis on the evening of March 15 be fore a number of society men and women of the bay cities. The patron esses will be: Mrs. Phebe Hearst * 'Mrs. Henry Crocker ■ : Mrs. Edgar de I've Mrs. 3nm»z Otis Mrs.- Frederick Tillman Mrs. Bavlord -■-.-'.'". ■'/ Mrs. McLaren Mrs. Harry Williams Mrs. C. S. Foster » Mrs." M. H. 'le Young , Mrs. J. W. Milliard Mrs. C, 8. Wheeler y PIONEER WOMAN DIES IN HER BERKELEY HOME Mrs. Helen Nevffnark, Califor nian for 60 Years, Passes Away BERKELEY, March 7.—After having lived in California for the last 60 years, Mrs. Helen Newmark, widow of Joseph H Newmark, died last night at her home, ISM Oxford street, at the age of 76 years. She was a native of Germany. Mr.«. Newmark had lived in Berke ley for lfi years. Her husband was a commercial man, doing business in San Francisco and Sacramento. Four children survive. Samuel, Amelia H., Herman and Milton Newmark. The funeral will be*held from the family Jiomf- at 10:30 cTclock Thursday morning. Burial will be in the Home of Peace cemetery, San Mateo county. BERKELEY JOINS IN WATER HUNT FOR THE BAY CITIES Two Engineers Named to Re- port on Sources of Supply BERKELEY, March 7.—The city council has appointed J. D. GalloVay cf Berkeley and J. H. Dockweiler as engineers to investigate -water sources for the bay cities. They will work in conjunction with a board from San Francisco. Galloway will report on Sierra supplied and Dockweiler on Ala meda county sources. The expense, about $5,000, which will be shared by Berkeley, Oakland and Alameda, will amount to $1,000 for Berkeley. JUDGE WASTE RECOVERS FI^OM RECENT ILLNESS Jurist Expected to Resume His Duties Shortly OAKLAND, \tareh 7.—Judg© W. H. Waste, who has been confined to his home by illness for the last few days wag reported convalescent today. It was believed at first that he wai threatened with appendicitis. He is ex pected to resume his duties on the bench in a few day*. FLOWEH CAEKTVAL- Berkeley, March 7 —The flower carninil for which the board of trade has been making arrangements will he held May 11. 12 and 13, according to an announce tnent made at the hoard's meeting list niftbt ANNEXED DISTRICT GETS PLAYGROUND Commission to Equip. School Yard for Children During Summer Vacation OAKLAND. March 7—The * play ground system will be extended into the annexed district this summer by the opening of a temporary playground in one of the schools during the vacation from June 2 to July 31. A staff ?of supervisors will be. paid by "the play ground commission to take charge of the grounds and direct the children in games. ( ' This action was decided upon by the playground commission today. "* Three summer playgrounds: will : be • main tained, one at the Tompkins school; Fifth and Linden streets, one in North Oakland and the third in the annexed district &BHBg The North Oakland and annexed dis trict schools have not been selected. If deemed necessary, the latter will be equipped permanently and maintained as a playground under supervision of the school department and playground board. Other sites in the annex will he selfeted for srtmmer grounds and also for park and playground purposes. IMPROVEMENT CLUB TO GIVE THEATER PARTY Money Realized Will Be Used to Beautify District OAKLAND, Mar.'h 7.—Preparations were made aj a meeting of the Santa Fe Improvement club last night tor a theater party at the Oakland orpheum on the night of April 17. Among the the committee of arrangement* L. Shaw, J. A. Munio. James Hylund and \V. H. Edwards. The money real ized will be usr-a in beautifying the Santa Fe tract, extending from Tomes cal creek to the Berkeley line and from Adeline street to Telegraph avenue. The club is the largest organisation of its kind in Oakland, with the exception of the chamber of commerce. DEATH TAK£S TRAVELING MAN, LONG IN CALIFORNIA Employe of Los Angeles Soap Company Leaves Widow BERKELEY, March 7.—Henry S. Bean, a traveling man in the-employ of the Los Angeles »oap company, died last night at his home, 2233 Ellsworth street, at the age 0f%6 years. He was a native of Connecticut and had liv. il in this state for many years. A Widow survives, besides a- brother in Ims An geles. JUDGE EXACTS PROMISE OF TOTAL ABSTINENCE Man Charged With Failure to Provide Placed on Probation OAKLAND, March 7.—On condition of abstaining entirely from intoxicajus, J. F. McDonnell, a traveling salesman, was placed on probation for two years today by Judge Welle. H> was accused of failing to provide for his wife and minor child. Mrs. McDonnell testified that her husband had given her only JSS in three yeka? and that most of his money went for liquor. $25 taken off each day i'This massive mahogany bedroom suite consisting of ten (10) articles • will be placed on sale today, and $25. 00 will be deducted from the -' price each day. The complete suite is valued at $675. Today's price / A f This offering starts Wednesday, J -* \ ,j^^^&i * * -*&- -*■"-- ___ ' '*m*i'^'~~ Bth, and closes Monday evening, --^^——-— KF & Br S I 9^k » X Marfr 20th, at 6 o'clock. J PML J^^^ts^ f r Wit $ yDi||| 'oiiiilH^ --iiifiiiifllpf^gify t^ 'ji^^S^^^^^'mll- -The suite consists of-^^ffy^^«^^^^^ |l2Daysonly|P M^^ilc^edl^ (|^^^^SiW f IZDays Unly (C -Mattress, .Lace Bed Set W j d i,. n || w bid considered J^# v? and jDOiSLer tvoii. j cica wL v . under JjpooO i™ ■ 'You can make a bid, and if the price comes down to your bid the suite is yours - . —don't*bid too low or you will get left. $350 is the lowest bi3 we will accept -;--':~^^-' 1 __'- |iß i. ■ U: ,i".—--'- ''— ': 'T' '"■■-•' '■'■■- >'-',<" '*■ .'-'■'■■■.■*■■ . ■■'■: ■-' ■ "'":- ■-';?■• ■■ -.a •'-•-* -'- ' -' -:-..: : -': .■■■■>^-... . - :.'" SEE THE COMPLETE SUITE IN OUR WINDOWS pHF *» w § .^Jjf ■# wmm mZf JwM i 111 rJTS[ I '-&M I aJI 99 :2 fl Bird Millman, an Orpheum Star for Next Week's Bill DEED OF GIFT IS OFFERED AS WILL OAKLAND, March 7.—Whether or not a strange document filed today as the last will and testament of Elizabeth J. Bray is really a will the probate court will have to determine.. The first sentence of the document reads: "This Is- a deed of gift, not to be probated." The operative part is expressed by the words: "I do this• day give and be queath," enumerating property, "and I leave after" my death.' ; * Mrs. % Bray was 71 years old when she ; rote # the paper, nearly six years ago. She died December 30, 1910. The document gives her entire estate to her "husband, Anthony Bray, who filed ■ the petition for probate today through,his attorneys, Donahue ■& > Gale. :.;. Bray de clared that he believed the document to be;' his ; wife's 'last'-vflll and testament, and I offered : ; It Xas I such.'; •- The estate involved consists chiefly of real property near East Fourteenth street and Twenty-third avenue, Oak land, worth about $4,000. Bray had no children when sh" d DAYLIGHT MOTION PICTURES PLEASE "Love Tales of Hoffman" De= lights Visitors to Popular %: Vaudeville Theater ! ,' OAKLAND, March 7.—The Innovation - of daylight motion pictures,at the Or ' pfieum theater this week proved a great success, and the playhouse has been ' crowded with people eager to- see the 1 , new stunt. -Hereafter the pictures will be a regular feature at:the theater. | "The Love Tales of Hoffman," a" con i densed version of Offenbach's famous I opera, has made a decided hit. Helena ; Frederick sings the beautiful^ music > ■with rare feeling and is supported by a good ■ company. ;The accordion"pteying of the Boudlni ■ /brothers was a revelation of what could be done with those instruments. ' Lawrence and Fitzgerald give an en tertaining sketch, which includes a - melange of songs and Jests. It is called ; ■ "Just Landed." Welch, Mealy and Mon trose have a humorous skit, ..called '. "Play Ball,"' which is a travesty on the • national " game." "■.; Other performers are Merrill and Otto, who appear in "After the Shower.; Galetti's simian circus,"Red i ford and Winchester, the amusing jug glers,, and Mignonette Kokin, ": the dancer. who imitates noted • stage stars. '■ \ The headliner of next week will be Hubhard-. The bill .will also in • "elude Bird Millman, the "Tanquay of ■ the air," and others. . - MISS PANKHURST WILL SPEAK AT IDORA PARK Noted Suffragist Worker to Re» late Her Experiences OAKLAND, March 7.—Miss Sylvia Pankhurst, member of the famous Eng lish family engaged for battling foa equal suffrage for women, will speak at Idora park Saturday evening. She will tell of her life work and of her arrest in England. The address will^be deliv ered under the auspices of the College equal suffrage leagrue. Miss Pankhurst speaks only twice in this part of the state. Her other address will be made Friday at Christian Soieme hall, San Franci AMUSEMENTS MACDONOUGH ™ffi? FRIDAY and SATURDAY. March 10, ' 11, MATINEE SATURDAY , Henry W. Savage,offers "THE MERRY WIDOW" —With-: ; THE. ORIGINAL NEW YORK CAST • SEATS NOW ON SALE •-- / •-■ : - - - NEXT—GERTRUDE ELLIOTT .• ■■*?-.tri CODING—"MADAME;. SHERRY" Bud Robinson Ten Days of Great . EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS . ' / ; —From— ' . *•."■ SUNDAY, MARCH sth TDJ5th, 1911 '..}.'■■■' Meetings Held at First Pentecostal ChurchmeNazarene" Corner of West, and Ninth St«. j Take Eighth St. "Electric Car ' ■ to West or Market Sfreet '); ;■■; OAKLAND ' - Two : Services ■: Dally 2:30 and 7:30 P. M. i^^^^ lßii>< | l j ißll|^l _j ACCUSED MAN HELEASItD— Oakland, March 7. . Sedftley B. Skinner, who: was accused of as sault on a young * girl, • was. discharged - from I custody today.on motion. of the district attor- My, who declared that his , eonrlctlon wm | nti» . likely.' Skinner i was tried twice, the - Jury dlg — agreeing both times, Ins third trial had pro % pressed part way when one of , the: Jurors . be-" -camcjll, necesaitatlns; an lnterrufrtloo. - — - AUCTION SALE Of the extra fine stock of Gents' Fur nishing Goods, Clothing, Shoes, etc., and the fixtures at 411 San Pablo aye., Oakland. Sale Wednesday, March 8 At 10:30 a. ra., comprising about a $5,00(1 stock of extra fine up-to-date Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Suits, Shoes, etc. Fixtures comprise fine silent salesmen cases, lights, cash reg isters, etc. All must he sold on ac« count of owner retiring from business. 'J. A. MUXRO & CO., Auctioneers. REAL ESTATE AND FURNITURE AUCTION SALE Of the beautiful and modern home, 1110 Santa Fe ay. near San Pablo ay., bet. 53d and F.4th sts., Oakland, and the en-' tire and up tt> date furnishings hi tame. Sale on the premises Tuesday, March 14, at 10:30 a. m. Inspection daily from I 3 to 5 p. m. House contains 7 rooms, •■with all modern conveniences-; idVal home; lot 3.ix107. Special terms If de sired. Furnishings comprise best body Brussels carpets, efegrant and up to date; parlor, bedroom, riming room anil , kitchen furniture. Musi be said, as ' owner is leaving- tills part of st.ire J. .V im'XRO &' ■"().. Auctioneers.