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COURT DECISIONS. Kotes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY B- MARTIN. tExelustvely for Vlrglnlan-Pilot.) BAKER V. SWINEFORD. Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia, June 15, IS9U. CODE, SECTION 3600. AUTHORIZING COURTS TO ISSUE EXECUTION ON JUDGMENTS BEFORE THE END OF THE TERM,/ DOES NOT DEPRIVE THE COURTS OF THE POWER DURING THE TERM TO CORRECT, AMEND OR SET ASIDE SUCH JUDGMENTS. Baker Instituted an action of detinue to recover certain notes, which was so proceeded In that a Judgment was ren? dered Tor the plaintiff for the proper? ty demanded, or its alternate value, which was ascertained to be $1,680, witn Interest. Fifteen days having elapsed bin e the" beginning of the term at which this Judgment was rendered, the court entered an order by virtue of section 3C00 of the Code, permitting ex? ecutions to issue on Judgments of that term after the lapse of 10 days from their date. Mrs. Baker, the plaintiff In error. Issued an execution for the alter? nate value as set out In the judgment obtained by her, whereupon Swineford gave notice of a motion to vacate raid Judgment. This motion was resisted, but tne court entered an order setting nside the Judgment and granting the defendant a new trial, to all of which the plaintiff excepted. At a subsequent trial there was a verdict and judgment for the defendant, and plaintiff appeal? ed. The Court says: I'id the court have the power to set aside a Judgment upon which it h: d di? rected execution to issue by virtue of section SCOo of the Code? Thut sec? tion is in the following words: "Any court, after the fifteenth day ot Its term, may make a general order al? lowing executions to issue on judg? ments und decrees after ten days from their date, although the term at which they are rendered be not ended. For special cause, u may, in any particular case, except the same from such order, or allow an execution there on nt an earlier period." Upon the part id' the plaintiff In er? ror, it is contended that. Inasmuch as at common law no execution could issue except upon a dual judgment, that a statute authorizing the Issue of an execution necessarily operates to Impart the quality of finality to it. so that if. upon the expiration of the fif? teenth day of Its term, a court exer? cises the power conferred upon it by section 3(500, above cited, all Judgments upon which an execution is authorized to issue become, to all intents and pur? poses, final and pass beyond the juris? diction and power of the court. At common law no matter how long a term might last n judgment did not become final until It ended, nnd the court had no power to direct an execu fion upon it. The Inconvenience and In? justice sometimen occasioned by this rule induced the legislature to provide a remedy. It enlarged the power of the court nnd Imparted to it nn authority which nt common law no court possess? ed. A statute. Mie manifest purpose of which was to enlarge the power of the court, will not be construed to limit that power unless such a result be unavoida? ble. There seems no incongruity In so modifying the common law as to per? mit an execution to Issue upon a judg? ment anil nt the same time preserving to the court Jurisdiction to correct any error In the judgment durlnir the con? tinuance of the term at which It was rendered. The common law Is in force with us in bo far as it has not been changed by Statut". We have then In this case a principle which is firmly im? bedded in our system of jurisprudence, which greatly promotes justice, if in? deed It be not essential to its admin? istration. All courts of whatever de? gree art? prone to err. and it Is ex? pedient and wise to afford the amplest opportunity to correct tiny error or in? justice into which they have fallen. Therefore, the law in its wisdom has reserved to the courts full power over their records until the term is ended. As was suggested in argument, if the contention of plaintiff in error lie true, a cautious and conscientious judge would be slow to direct executions to issue, and thus place it beyond his pow? er to correct even the most glaring wrong and injustice which he, in the hurry nnd press of business, had inad? vertently committed. We are of opinion that section 3C00 of tne Code was designed by the Legis Inture and has the effect of conferring Upon courts authority to direct execu? tions to issue upon judgments under the conditions therein set forth, but that It was not Intended and docs not impart to such judgments the quality of finality so ns to deprive the court, during the term, of the power to cor? rect, or, if need be, annul, nn erroneous Judgment. Having the power It is dim cult to conceive of a case which could more strongly call for. indeed, demand, its prompt exercise thm ihrtt under consideration, for it would be a last? ing reproach upon our Jurisprudence if n wrong so flagrant ns this record dis? closes were beyond the reach of reme? dial justice. Affirmed. LESLTE V. CITY OF GRAND RA TT PS Supreme Curt of Michigan. Anril IS. IR09. WHERE A STREET IS KEPT IN" A REASONABLY SAFE CONDITION AND FIT FOR WAGONS AND CAR? RIAGES, A TOWN IS NOT LIABLE FOR INJURIES TO A BICYCLE RIDER CAUSED RY A DEFECT IN THE STREET. This was an action to recover dam? ages for personal injuries to plaintiff, who was thrown, from her bicycle in consequence of the defective condition of the asphalt pavement on Canal street of Grand Rapids. There was a break in the asphalt pavement of about 2i} feet by 2 foot in extent and 2 or 21,; Inches deei>, the asphe.lt having been worn away. There was a judg? ment for defendant In the lower court nnd plaintiff appealed. The court snys: These holes or broken places had ex? isted for sixty clays or more previous to the accident, so that the real con? troversy arises over the question whether the city was bound, under the statute, to keep its streets In a rea? sonably safe condition and fit for vehi des of that character to pass over. It appears, without contradiction, that it was in reasonably safe and lit con? dition for ordinary vehicles such ns wagons and carriages'. Xt bus been held In this State, and in others, that a bicycle is a vehicle: but the question has never before been presented In this State whether, under this statute, the streets must bo kept in a reasonably safe condition for this class of vehicles. Reasonable care In the construction and maintenance --f highways for ordinary vehicles, such ns wagons nnd carriages, is tho measure of duty resting upon municipalities. In Sutton v. Town of North Hempsteud, so Hun. 40l>, the court said: "It is apparent that u bicycle rider upon an ordinary country road is ex? posed to greater dangers than a per? son riding in a wagon, and the great increase in the number of persons using these vehicles has created a demand for better and safer roads; but. under the present highway laws, a road in a condition which is reasonably safe for general and ordinary travel is all that the> commissioners of highways are bound t > maintain." The testimony in the present case Is conclusive that, while hundreds of ordi? nary vehicles passed and repassed oter this street daily, no accidents or In? juries occurred- There is no quest Ii n but that tho street was reasonably safe nnd fit for that kind of travel, and thai Is all the statue requires. If the sta? tutes ought to be extended to cover vehicle of the bicycle cla8S, that ques? tion must be addressed to the Legis lature, not to the courts.' The Jury found in favor of the defendant. That judgment must he affirmed. BRAIBLETOH WARD The Bramblcton W. C. T. U. will m. at the homo of the president. No. 202 North Park avenue, at 4r30 o'clock this afternoon. Mr. Ryland C, White is very sick at his residence. No. 221 East Clalborne avenue. Mr. W. It. Buford, of Charleston. S. C, returned home yesterday after paying a short visit to friends In Brnmbleton and vicinity. Mr. LeRoy Wilklns is seriously ill with typhoid fever at his residence, No. 134 North .Marshall avenue. Mrs. 1:. D. Brlckhouso and daughter, of Little Rock, Ark., are the guests of the former's sister. Mrs. J. T. Marshall, of MO West Itrarnbleton avenue. The Sunday school of Trinity M. E. Church will give their annual pic-nlc nnd excursion to the Soldiers' Home the 1st of August. Rev. R. II. Bennett, pastor of McKen? dree M. 13. church, will leave to-mor? row nr Thursday for Ashland, Va., ac? companied by his wife, to visit his mother. Mrs. W. W. Bennett. Rev. C. H. Green, pastor of the Meth? odist Church at Reams. Va.. Is on a brief visit to the family of Captain J. E. Miller, of South Clay avenue. Miss Alice GrlggS, of Jersey City, is visiting her cousin. Mrs. J. B. Harris, No. ;>02 Sheldon avenue. There is a general rejoicing by the membership and congregation of Mc? Kendree M. E. Church over wiping nut the entire debt on the church building, They say the church is now in a posi? tion to do niuch for tho advancement of the cause of Christ in that part of His moral vineyard. ATLANTIC CITY "SARD. Th^ Junior Society of Christian En? deavor of Collcy Memorial Church held a most interesting meeting Bundny af? ternoon. The program was carried nnd was participated in by the entire mem? bership present. Rev, E. E. Dudley, r.nstor of Central Avenue Church, preached two very fine sermons to large congregations Kundav. The most Interesting rally nt the Junior Epworth Leopu0 of LcKlcs Me? morial Methodist Church, since its or? ganisation three years ago, was held j Sunday afternoon. I There is a. growing Interest in the Episcopal services held nt lite W. C. T I U. Hall Sunday nights. The congre gratlons are continuously on the in? crease and the outlook is hoocful foi building up a strong and healthy church. It is said that?a number of very Im? portant matters, will be discus---^1 at the next meeting of the Local Board of Improvement. The oyster packers are gel ting ready t - put their establishments in order for the season, which opens on the 1st of September. HUNTERSYILLS. Mr. R. T. Webster, who resides on Johnson avenue, is very much improv? ed and expects to be out in a few days. Rev. Dr. W. K. Hall, of New York, preached a tine sermon nt the Huntcrs villc M. 10. Church Sunday night on "The Immutability of Christ" to a large congregation. Friday evening at S o'clock at the Methodist Church, Dr. Wm. Edward Hall will deliver his popular lecture on "How to Get Married and stay So." The lecture is for the benefit of Ep? worth League. The subject will he re? plete with wit and humor, and should attract a large audience. Go if you wish to enjoy a good laugh. Workmen tire repairing several of the board-walks in the village. Plug at Hull !tln?f. The flag of the Avoca Pleasure Club, nt Ocean View, was at half mast from Wednesday until Sunday afternoon in honor to the memory of the late Cap? tain P. O'Connor, who died Wednes? day night. Mr. O'Connor was one of the found? ers of this club, twelve years ago. ami has always been prominent in its af? fairs. The cleverest thing Imaginable Is an ac? complished fact. This being true, a busi? ness success might be call, d a elov< : thing, or an accousplishid fact, In May i?7:i. the t;. o. Taylor Whiskeys made their appearance. The public, from the first, seemed to believe in tin- representa? tions rnado about their purity and medi? cinal value, and the sab s. . year after year, have shown a healthy growth To? day a Urge percentage of licensed trades? men carry "G. O T." in stock, because ;: is a standard article, being regularly pre? scribed by physicians, used by Invalids and kept amomrst family stores for n-.- in emergencies, We bottle to-day tie- same quality of whiskey, under the trade mark name. "G. O. Taylor," that we have bot? tled for a quarter of a century. Rejei ; substitutes and don't overlook this point: We never sell G. O. Taylor In bulk at any price, anywhere, to nnybody. Ixjok for our firm name si=rnaturo on face anil neck label*. Refuse to buy substitutes, and wrlto to us your experiences. C. H. GRAVES & SONS. Foi sals at White Bros. Norfolk, Va, Brown's H?tel, Portsmouth, Va. ER1EF 1TE?S OF 1 BT EKES f. Miss Allco Jones and brother Wil? liam, of Mecklenburg county, ate vis? iting tliclr friend, Miss Edna Jones, on Bank street. Miss Victoria Miller, who has been spending a few weeks with Mrs. J- H. 1?doyen, of this city, hits gone to Eu? rope and will visit both In Germany and Sv itzland. Miss Frances Finch will leave this morning for Newport News, where she will be the guest of Miss Maud Dennis for several weeks. Rev. Father Dotierty. who attended the retreat at Georgetown College last week, returned home Saturday evening and officiated at all services at St. Mary's Church Sunday. The Villa Heights Company held a spci ial meeting yesterday and decided to wind ufi the affairs of the company by offering the entire property for sale at auction on August '^d. Norfolk Royal Arch Chapter con? ferred the past and in ist excellent mas? ters' degtees last night. Mrs. John It Willis and family nre Spending the summer at Wilkin's 1 teach, near Cape Charles. A new sixty-room hotel has Just been complet? ed :;t Wilkin's Beach, winch is a new. promising resort. Mr. and Mrs. E. St. John, accom? panied by Miss Pearson, returned from ; New York via lh" New York. Phlladel I phia and Norfolk railroad yesterday [ morning. Mr. Gilnicr Buskcy, now with the I New York. Philadelphia and Norfolk railroad, has accepted a position In New York with the old Dominion Slvamahl| Company. Sheriff La wir r yesterday received a telegram announcing the death at the insane asylum at Petersburg of John Wnodhouse, colored, scut from Nor? folk. Mr. H. B. Goodridge Irft Saturday ! for the Sweet Chalybeate Springs to spend a few days there. General v. D. Gruner and wife left last evening via the Chesapeake and Ohio for Cold Sulphur Springs. Va., for the summer. Mrs. F. A. Bryan, of Cos Clalbornc avenue, leaves with her family this j morning for Mcnling Springs, Va., on the Chesapeake and Ohio. The body of the old colored man. I Isaac Keeling, who tost his life by drowning in Mnhonc's Lake canal early Saturday morning, was recovered Sun? day and carried to the city morgue. An Inquest was held by Coroner New? ton. The jury rendered a verdict of ac? cidental drowning. The British steamer Balnbrldgc, Cap? tain Barnard, from Fcrnandlna to Memel, with cargo, arrived here yes? terday and coaled with George \V. Tay? lor & Co. Owing to new cables being put In by the Southern Bell Telephone company, the Albemarle and Chesnpcake Canal Compnny lies been very much disturbed in getting reports at their office from the canal. Captain Wolfert, <>f the schooner Watchful, has his wife anil a party of friends with him on a pleasure trip on his schooner. He arrived yesterday. Lieutenant lt. o. Bltlcr, U. s. N.. hydrographer in eh- rge of this sta? tion, has received three weeks' leave of absence, dating from to-day. Mr. J. Ashby Williams, clerk to the lieuten : ant, will be in charge of "the office in his absence. Mis. Joseph F. Bailey anil children left yesterday to spend a month with her friend. Mrs. Fentrcss, at Ocean View. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Meekins. of Eliza? beth City. N. C, are in the city. I'nited Slates District Attorney Ed? gar Allan arrived in the city yesterday afternoon. Mi*. W. T. Jordan, wife and son. of Charlotte. N. C, were here yesterday. Mrs. Thomas Cnllahnn, wife of p,dice man Cnllahan, ami her tin-.thlldren, left yesterday afternoon for Boston. After spending a short time there they will leave for Canada. Where Mrs. Oal lahan's father lives. They will return to Norfolk next summer. Hoy' CikiocI Army. The Interest in the Boys' Gospel Army of the Young Men's Christian Associa? tion steadily increases. The Bern I-an? nual report of the work in this depart? ment of the association shows a re? markable, attendance for a boys' reli? gious meeting. The attendance at the Sunday after? noon meetings has been as follows, by actual count: January, five sessions, 1 592 boys; February, four sessions, x?:i; March, four sessions. HO.".; April, live sessions, 1,073; May, four sessions, SC3; and June, four sessions. 582, making a total of 4,106 boys in attendance upon twenty-six meetings, an average of 158 boys per meeting f ir the first six months of the present year. The Norfolk Association can very well boast of Its boys work, ns the year bonk of the International Committee shows that the Norfolk Boys' Gospel Army had the largest, attendance of any boys' department in the Young Men's Christinn Association In the I'nited States last year. The work of the army will not be allowed to drag during the summer. The boys are so faithful that they will let nothing but sickness or absence from the city prevent their attendance on Sunday. A trip to Lambert's Point last Mon? day was very much enjoyed by the fifty-eight boys who went, and a bicycle trlii had been schedule.! for yesterday, but was prevented by the severe Btorm, but will be given next week. This afternoon the graduation exer? cises and initiation will occur and all boys in Company "C." who have reached the required ago of 11 years, may j in eitiier Company "A " or "It." upon successfully passing the initiation. Two boys were Initiated two we ka ago and some of the boys are laughing yet. so to speak.. The treat that was to have been served yesterday will be disposed of tins aft> rn .on at 5 o'clock. A social or trip will be given every two weeks during the summer. \ whan But'toeing from any bad ? j condition of tho Stomach > j or Li<sar. ? j IQcewtoaod 85 rents, Ht drucstoroij^ LADIES DOtOOHOI DR. FELIX LIE QRUN'S > Steel ? Pennyroyal Treatment is the original and only FRENCH snfo and reliable care on the mnr -ket. Price. $1.00; seut by mail, t Genuine sold only by Walke. Martin & Gray, sole agents, corner Water street and Roanoke ave? nue, Norfolk, Va. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. MISS CARRIE M. CRANBERRY. The obsequies of this most estimable young lady, whose untimely demise oc? curred at the home of ne. mother. Mrs. Eliza Qranbi rry, corner of Duncan ave? nue and Duke streets, Saturday morn? ing, after a brief illness, was held from Epworth M. E. Church at 5 o'clock yes? terday afternoon, and was largely at? tended. Bishop .lohn c. Cranberry, of the M. E. Church, South, an uncle of the deceased, was also present, he hav i ing arrived here from Ashland yester i day fur that purpose. The services : were conducted by Rev. VV. J. Young, assisted by Rev. H. B. Johnson. D. D.. : of Cumberland Street Church. Dr. I Young spoke beautifully of the life and virtues of .Miss Granberry. The re ; mains were laid to res: In Elmwood I Cemetery. Following were the pall? bearers: Rev. S. S. Lambeth, Jr., 1 Messrs. W. B. Cheek, w. F. Lumtcy, i George \V. Roper, Chus. J. Dey and L. j Clay Kilby. ! MKS. MARTHA A. WHITEHEAD. The venerable Mrs. Martha A. White j head, relict of the late Mr. Severn : Whlteheud, departed this life at her ; home. No. 212 Fenchureh street, Sunday i night, in the 72d year of her age. Her j funeral w.'ll be held from the residence I at 10:110 o'clock this morning, and will I be conducted by Rev. 11. 13. Johnson, of : Cumberland Street M. E. Church, "f j which the deceased was a member f >r 1 many } cr.is. LAMPEHT'S POINT. Mr W IT. Backus is = -sly 111 at ? los home en Bowden'a Ferry road, from a stroke of paralysis be received Thurs? day. His condition was thought to be slightly Improved yesterday after? noon. Mr. Brandt, who has been III at his residence, on Myers avenue, is now un? der treatment at St. Vincent's Hospi? tal. Two brick residences ar? in course of construction f->r Mr. J. T. Hosier, on Pocahontns avenue. With the comple? tion of these Lambert's Point will have four brick dwellings. McKendree t'lmrcti n-l?i raid. Sunday was a notable day In the history ot McKendree M. E. Church. P.y previous arrangement it was the day appointed to bring In the thank of? ferings to be used in paying off the church debt of $3.125, which falls due to-day, July ISth, on a note In bank. When the offering was counted it was found to amount to nearly $2,800. This is a remarkable contribution when It is remembered that the congre? gation have been paying steadily on this account for the past eight years, since the church was built, and longer. Witli Sunday's contribution the total amount raised for this purpose in these eight years has "been $25.000. Sunday's offering was strictly a vol? untary thank-offering to God. There were no amounts called out. and no one knew except the few who had canvass? ed tlie congregation what any one else gave. The plates were passed without any special appeal, with the above re? sult. This remarkable offering from a smaller congregation than usual, and on a hot day in mid-summer, is attrib? uted by the congregation and the p.ts tor solely to the influence of the spirit of God working upon the hearts of his people. The remainder of the $3,125 has since been given privately, and since Sunday there is a happy church and a happy pastor in Brainblcton. (Communicated.) Missionary Association Meeting. At the afternoon session of the North Carolina and Virginia Missionary Bap? tist Association, held nt Fourth Baptist Church, Portsmouth, v-a., Friday, nth July, Rev. N. S. Martin, D. D., of Suf? folk, Va., was elected moderator, ami Rev. Ceo. T. Tollver, a. r... of Wash? ington, D. C, vice-moderator; Rev. Robert a. Lee. of Norfolk, clerk; Dea? con Win. Skinner, of Suffolk, Va., treasurer. Assistant Clerk. S. T. Rld <liek, Suffolk. Va.; Corresponding Clerk, Rev. J. IT. Ib id, Norfolk. V.l.: Chair? man of the Executive Board. Rev. J. W. Drew; Missionaries, Elder; Frank Ma? son and Dr. T. S. Jackson. The next annual session of the association will be held with the Pleasant Union Bap? tist Church, Suffolk, Va.. Tuesday af? ter second Sunday in July. l'.*oo. Reso? lutions were adopted to establish an Education .md Industrial institution, and to raise money to that end at once. mm FOR GOLF RASH Heat Rash, IhflanuMt ions, Itching, Irritations ami ehatinefl, undue it offensive perspiration, and many other sanative, uses, nothing tn cooling, purifying, and refreshing as a bath with CuTictm* Soap, followed in tlie icveror forms by gentle anointings with CttTICCRA, the great skin cure an.! purest Of emollients. 14. l'..TT ,.n. "11 t. bvh.tn.l i loo , N i. I nr. t Mure Itt.util?l ; m?." Iff*. 1m Roper, President. Tazewell Thompson, Treasurer. Louis 1". P?ble, Secretary. the: 211 Main Street. EOTH PHONES 253. Pat you buslnc a home Institution. We want an i v li jtuui iiukhi:?, j?n uii KTiuenCc, ?e iwir ante? lowest rates consistent with safety, absolute protection and prompt attentlOa Jebj-ly w e #411 j. h. cofer ?SHIPPER. OF? Hay and Grain, C1C Citizens' Bank Building. Quick shipment and satisfaction guar? anteed. '1 234 AND 236 MAIN STREET. Now for Record Breaking. Saturday we crossed the line?having sold, so far, as many Russian Nav, Serge Suits as we did all last season. From now on will tell the gain in popularity. No more?nor no less than ever. Always $12.50 a Suit. And always the best suit tor the money. lillse* <& Company. Closing Season Remnant Sale. THURSDAY and FRIDAY. This sale will consist of an accumulation from this season's stock, nil fresh and now. No shop worn and out-of date styles in the lot. Each department has been thoroughly investigated and you will find many lengths and styles not usually found in remnant sales. The cost and value lias been utterly disregarded, and prices placed on them that will move them, to give place to our early fall purchases. Waist Lengths, Skirt Lengths, Children's Dresses, and many Full Dress Lengths, SILKS, DRESS GOODS, French Ginshams, Lawns, DlMlTlES, PIQUES; PERCALES, CALICOES, &c. A MONEY SAVING OPPORTUNITY. THE IvIO^TICELLO CORNER. THE Joseph Brown STORE. Monday's Sales? So particularly active, that we could not meet all the de? mands made upon us. Unfor? tunate in one sense, yet a high tribute to 1 he scope of the showings, and their intrinsic and artistic values. The 98c. Umbrellas. A new lot arrived yesterday. Such free selling has not been witnessed here. Helvetia, Fast Color, Paragon Frame, Steel Rod, choice of four handles. Well worth $1.2$. I An Interesting Reduction-tn Piques On Thursday next we will place on sale one lot of 20 quality at iSc. Another lot of l$c. quality at 11c. Josepti Brown, 220 plain St. easonable Articles Sticky Fly Paper, Poison Fly Paper, Insect Powder, Bed Bug Poison. Patent Medicines at Cost. Burrow, ill I 1 296 MAIN STREET. We Have Been making a special study of our Custards, and have Improved upon the quality arid rtdhnesa to mioh an extent that It Is with a feeling of deep ]?:.!.' an<! satisfaction wu offer thfin li. the punlle. Note r- tluced prices : HONfr. MADE.S5c. par gallon mettowee custard...$1.15 per euIIj!, THE METTOWEE, 19 CHARLOTTE STREET. LQwsnDsrg speclaiti STORE BENJ, LOWENBERG. 34 Granby Street. i 'phone SSS Do You Want, a Good White SUM lor 50c? If so. we van trive you on*. Plain bosom, open in back only. Pleated bosom, three I'll>ata on each side, open In back ami front. Best Shirt tu the City for tha money?60c, each. A few of those Wash Skirts left. Call ait-l K?-t lH?r?rtV?:^ Inlla rjnen, stock complete, from So? up I>on't forKct our IHiC. Number. 40 Inches wide. We want you to ki-op In mind that na e.irrv th" best assorted line of EM? BROIDERIES in the city. All goods sol i at BOTTOM TRICES. L. H. Whitehurst, 336 MAIN STREET. Now Phono 857. BEFORE THE WAR, PLEASE SEND ME A ROAST OF BEEF. SINCE THE WAR. SEND ME A ROAST OF HOME KILLED BEEF No danger, we have none but our own killed Beef, Veal, Lamb and Pork, LarJ, Saussage, etc. OPEN ALL DAY, 150HI PHONES. J. S. Bell, Jr. &Co?, Corner Queen and Church Sts. OIJ.? PHONE NEW PHONE 1010. STENCIL GUTTERS, Rubi e: and Steel Stamps, R lUroad, Hotel, liapya^e ^rj\an>t Brass Checks, seois. ?Badges, Stencil and Stamp links, Pads, Untets.. etc ^/Sidmpariu si?rgm works, ^f^o&jy Job Printers, Cei- Nlviioa and Church Sta,