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NEWS OF NEIGHBORING PLACES THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1908. MILFORD. (Special Journal-Courier rn-s Service) Milford. Jan. ".The Misses Hazel, and Ruth Wilcox, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wilcox, of Brooklyn and Milford, are attending Stetson university, in eland, Fla. Mr. Wilcox and his family are at their winter home in Rockledge, Indian River, Fla., tor the winter. guest of friends in town, has returned to New York City. The officers, of St. Mary's Ladies' T. A.. & B. society will be Installed at Music hall next Friday evening. The date of the basketball game with the Pirates of Ansonia will be cn Fri day, of this week, instead of WeJnes day evening with Mrs. George W. Bar Tuesday's issue. Lucia chapter. Order of the Eastern Etar, will hold its reguUr meeting on Thursday evening in the Masonic hall, Broad street. Miss Grace Paichin has returned to Northfkld Seminary after spending the Christmas vacation at hr home. Miss Patchin is a seniur in the Northtleld Seminary. She Is devoting much time to vocal music andr is making much progress.- During her stay at home, he 'gang a solo very nicely on Christ mas Sunday evening In the First M. E. church in Bridgeport. The solo was a very pretty and difficult arrangement of "Abide With Me." . Mr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Baldwin, of Berlin, are rejoicing over the ar rival of a son in their home. The lit- , tie fellow, Elliott Bray Baldwin, was born on January 5. Mr. and Mrs. Bald win are "well known In Milford, where they lived for a number of years. Mr. Baldwin was graduated from Sheffield eclentlflc school, Yale university, in ' June,f 1906. His wife was Miss Gene vieve' Smith of Orange avenue. Tho regular weekly meeting of the Milford Wheel club will be heM on Thursday evening. The Misses Anna and May Callahan who were the guests of friends in town, have returned to their home in Wallingford. The Daughters of the King met Mon day evening with Mrs. Gorge W. Bar hydt at Trinity rectory. The Laciles' guild will also meet there on We-Jnes-. day evening. ' The high school basketball team de feated a Wallingford team in tha: place Saturday evening. Both this and the Battery team Is doing some great goal throwing this season. . Miss Elinor Wrard, of this place, is acting temporarily as roprano soloist In a New Haven church. The cold weather of earlier In the week resulted in Ice formation on tin. ponds and the young people were treated to the first skating of the sea-tu:1. Miss Bronson, of Fairfield, has been the guest this week of Miss Jui;a H'oadley, of Hopson avenue. The many friends of Mrs. Kate Haw. kins will be glad to know that she is recovering nicely from a severe attack of the grippe. No material chang? was reported to day in the condition of Rev. Father Edward Martin, pastor of St. Mary's R. C. church. He Is still a very sick man. 1 , . people will be interested to learn of took place this morning at North At tleboro, Mass., when Miss Anna Mc Cabe, of North Attleboro, became the bride of Alfred R. Greene, of Frank lin, Mass. .The ceremony was per formed at St. Mary's church at 9:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Greene left this afternoon on a bridal trip to Washington, New York and other places of interest. . The couple were well known In Wallingford, both hav ing been employed at McCabe Broth ers' Jewelry store and bakery on Hall avenue while that firm was In exist ence. After their wedding trip they will take up their residence at 721 Broad street, Meriden, Mr.' Greene having accepted a fine position with the E. A. Bliss company, jewelry man ufacturers, of Meriden. Death of Mrs. Gilbert. Mrs. Henrietta C. Gilbert died at her late Home, 148 North Elm street, this morning at 6 o'clock, from heart disease. She was eighty-one yearB of age. .The deceased was the widow of the late Rev. E. R. Gilbert, and Is sur vived by one brother, General H. B. Carrlngton. of Hyde Park, Mass. The funeral will be held from tho house on Thursday afternoon at - o'clock, with burial In the In Memoriam cem Hit With Boer Bottle. Ralph Villante was arrested by Offi cer, O'Reilly this morning on a charge of assault on one Michael Plctro. It seems that last Sunday evening at a "banquet" Pietro called Villante a boy and the latter resented having that appendage to his name, pnd struck him on the head with a beer bottle. Judge Phelps In this morning's ses sion of the police court nolled the case on the pnvment of the costs of $9.84 by Villante. FAIR HAVEN. late Frederick Pierpont, was a watch man at the old horse railroad barn ifv Fair Haven for many years. .The regulir monthly meeting of the Men's club of Grace M. E. church was held In the parish house last evening. It was voted to hold the next meeting on Feb. 12, -t which time Elmore S. Wade will give a talk on his trip in In a few da-vs the Carleton club the west. headquarters will be removed to There was some discussion about' rooms which have been rented in Clay having a ladies' night and it was final-! street. ly decided to hold it at the next meet- lng night. The committee on enter-1 The rain of yesterday will mo?t like tainment will provide refreshments for1 ly spoil the fine skating at Heming- brotheijs, one of which was ; the late,pany that such violations must cease General William H. Pierpont, whose and feel assured that the attorneys will home was in Fair Haven many years. do their duty In this matter and that Four of the brothers were veterans of j no further proceedings will be neces- me civu vuuiuci uiuiuci,. . iuc ,sary. Trusting that vou view viola, the occasion. The president introduced L,'M. Tarr, the New Haven weather observer, who, way s pona. un Monday there was fine skating there, the pond having been flowed by the building of a tern- Mrs. Hepburn and Miss Fannie H?p burn, the wife and daughter of Judge RlchanJ R. Hepburn, who have been ill with the grip, have recovered. The officers of Widow's Son lodge No. 66, A. F. & A. M-, will be installed at Masonic hall, Wednesday evening. "S-The same evening a party of the Knights of i Pythias ' will go to Stony Cteek where District Deputy John A. j Goodrich, 3vFalr street The Ladles' Uulld of the St. Peter's pansn win meet ims anernoon ai i ns Hawthorns," the home of the presi dent, Mrs. Noyes. . i - The funeral services of Mrs. Jeanette Nettleton. will be held this afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, from the ham on Stowes Hill. Interment' in the Milford cemetery. Andrews will Install the officers of Ccorgo B. Shaw lodge No. 57, of that place. At 1 o'clitck this afternoon Joseph Burchard, of Woonsocket, R. I., and Mrs. Anna R. Rich were married by Rev. A. P. Greenleaf, rector of St Paul's church. .The ceremony was per formed at the residence of Mrs. A. J. She was he said, had made a study of meteorolo-' porary dam. The skating is late this gy for many years. He said he had1 season, and the juveniles will be sorry listened to one of Mr. Tarr's lectures( that It has been spoiled, but with a lit and he said that it was a most inter-; tie cold weather the skating will be all estlng and instructive lecture. He said right again. that gjod religion and good weather were intimately connected. In ancient, Mis3 Ethel Lawrence has returned times, these two subjects were more to Springfield after a visit to her intimately connected. He said that the friend, Miss Florence Jacobs of Graf- suojeet or me weauier was a very i ton street. broad subject for kicking and he had never lived in a place where. In year In and year out where such fine weather ; co ege after'the was characteristic as In-New Haven.; T..,J c, ti ,., u i.a u..j i .i , !' rands t,, l-oley. Jits bam nan in tlic IH'IUI mtu In the south, In the lake region and on the prairies. Despite the good weather here. New Haven had many kickers about the weather. He said that while In the great majority of cases the fore casts were right, and yet there were Among those who have returned to holiday vacation Is son of the director of public works, Francis W.. Foley of Grand avenue. The j first In the series of mission services at the Episcopal churches will be held to-day. At Grace church some failures. The weather environed! lnere wm oe nolv fmmunlon " :30 the people o:i every side and the more a- m a children's service at i p. m that we knev about It the better. The and preaching at 7:45 p. m. by Rev. first weather prophet wag Noah. An-i w- A- McClenthen of Baltimore. The other wa.H Elijah. There were many I services at St. James' church to-day other prophets who had to do with the are: Children's service at 4:30 p. m., weather. He said he did not know what,an1 Poaching at 7:45 hy Rev. William tho peope would do for a subject 0f ftKaiJopn or uoston. conversation but for the weather. you tions of law in the same manner that I do and that they should not be per mitted, no matter who is injured, I remain, Most respectfully yours, MATTHEW E. O'BRIEN. State Attorney Williams of this county was asked today if he had re-! ceived such a missive and declined emphatically to say whether he had or not. On being pressed, he an swered: "I'm not denying anything," and the reporter wasN forced to let it go at that. In Hartford county the state attorney has turned the letter over to the prosecuting agent of the county. EXTEND PUBLIC SERVICE SCOPE. Albany, Jan., ".Assemblyman Ham mond of Syracuse, the new chairman of the assembly cities committee, this morning introduced a bill carrying out the message recommendation of Gov ernor Hughes- and placing telegraph and telephone companies under the su pervision of the public service commis sions. " ' . i ' EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY BILL. ' Washington, Jan. 7. Senator Knox of Pennsylvania, who has taken much Interest In the litigation growing out of, the employers' liability act, which was declared to be unconstitutional by the supreme court of the United States yesterday, to-,day introduced 'a bill' which is Intended to remedy the de fects In the present law. . SPECIALTIES IN GLASS. With rich cuttings, Rock Crys tal and hand etchings; Venetian glass with gold decorations. SPECIALTIES : IN CHINA. Fine English wares In Cauldon, Coalport, Mluton and Royal Doulton, with hand decorations. Dr. Samuel Irving of New Britain. Is In Milford, havtg been summoned by the death of his sister, Mrs. Jean ette Nettleton. Mr. and Mrs. Albertus' Clark of Or ange, were guests at the reception -riven by Mr. and Mrs. Watson Woodruff, In celebration of tho fifteenth annivers ary of their wedding day. Rev. nnd Mrs. C. H Ford, accompan ied by Mrs. Hattle Ford, were guents of relatives In New Haven on Monday, and had a -.llcatont time. I Mrs. Mary Hepburn Smith announces that her niece, Miss Mary Hepburn Jteld, of Washington, D O., and Milford, Conn., Is engaged to Oliver Chauncey Garvin of Brooklyn. Mis Smith ha many friends In town, who will extend their congratulations. Miss Margaret Brers Is the guest of Iter cousin, Miss Helen Lewis, on Cot tage street, in Bridgeport. , ' The funeral of Sister Clemicus, who fassed away at the Academy of Our ady of Merry, Lauralton hall, was held yesterday morning. In the chapel connected with this academy. Ststor C'lemicus hrfd been a Sister of Mercy for twenty-three years. The burial was In Derby. The rainy weather proved a serious handicap' to tho Installation of officers of. Princess lodge, N. E. O. P., this evening. It also materially Interfered with the meeting bf the Half Hour Reading club, which was announced to ! A has a team which has not been meet with Mrs. M. South Main street. O. Babcook, of Mrs. T. S. Devitt, wife of the pastor of the Congregational church, who has been ill for several week's continues to Improve, and her early recovery is now confidently anticipated. The officers of Georgia chap'er, O. E. S., were Installed at Masonic halt, Monday evening. The most interesting subject of the spheres was the atmosphere. If the atmosphere was suddenly eliminated the human race would. exist only two minutes. He said his subject for the evening was "Storms." There is no section In the country where there were so many storms as In this sec tion. While some think these storms are a drawback, this was not so, for this varied weather was the means of producing the best variety of charac ter In all the world. And certainly New England character Is the best of all. He explained that the heavy rain fall of this latest rain was made up of particles of moisture taken up near the equator and then forming Into tho last four years has been defeated clouds nnd sweeping north and drop- only four time s. Company K plays I ping down in rain. He said the gowned In a gray traveling suit with hat to correspond. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Huchard will reside In Woonsock ot, R. I. Tho W. K. basketball team have ar ranged a contest with the Battery A five In Branford, January 24. Battery beaten so far this season, and during Company L at the Tracy Social club's hall In Tracy this week, Friday eve. nln. The subject of the evangelistic meet ing at the Congregational church, Monday evening was, "Thlnjs Seen and Eternal." Wednesday evening the subject will be "The Church Made Truly Glorious." The Misses Catherine and Nannie Downes of High street, have returned to their home, after a pleasant visit with friends In Bridgeport. The regular weekly meeting of the Choral union wl'l be held In the par ish house this evening. Every mom ' ben Is requested to attend, as the date of the concert Is apprrachlng, and Pro fessor Baker Is desirous that ever,y one should become as familiar with the music as oosstble. Mrs. Everett B. Clark of Orange, who returned to Omaha. Nebraska, with her daughter, Mrs. MaoDonald. will remain there for an extended visit. BRANFORD. (Special Jonmel-Cflnrter Jirwn Service.) Branford, Jan. 7. J. E. Matthews, etage director of St. Mary's Dramatic club, was In town Monday evening and assigned the characters In "Sis Hop kins," the drama which the club ex pects to stage In a few weeks. The first rehearsal will be held In a few days, and the different parts will then be definitely assigned., Montowese lodge No. W4. N. E-. O. P.. has changed the date of its meetings from Wednesday evenings to the sec- ond and fourth Tuesdays of cacn j month, with a view of alternating I with Princess lodge of the same order, I which meets on the. first and third ! Tuesday evenings. The officers of Montowese lodge will be Installed next Tuesday evening. The Branford Manufacturing com pany has adopted an eight-h our sched ule and will ctos every day at 4:30 until further notice. i WALLINGFORD. .(Speclnl Jnurnnl-Conrrvr Xewn Service) Wallingford, Jan. 7. Despite tho heavy rain storm a large and enthusi astic audience was present at the In stallation of the officers of the Young Men's T. A. B. and L. society at its club rooms this evening. County Di rector Edward J. Murphy of South Winchester was the Installing officer. The feature of the evening was the grand banquet given to the members of the club by the new board of offi cers. About 170 covers were laid, and all voted the collation served the best possible. In addition to the regular Installation Exercises and banquet there was music of both voral and In strumental nature and speeches by some of the officers and members. Di rectly after the banquet Rev. Richard G. Woodbrldge, pastor of the First Congregational delivered a most Inter esting address. There were many In vited guests- present, including the clergy of the borough. The big affair from start to finish was carried out In a most successful way reflecting great credit on the management. Tlv; officers Installed comprised the follow ing: Chaplain, Rev. J. H. Carroll. President. Daniel W. Lnnoitette. Vice preside nt, peter B. Lee. Recording secretary, John G. The lan. Corresponding secretary, Joseph Qulnllvan. Financial secretary, James Brosnon. Treasurer, Ed'-ad C. Cox. Trustees, James H. Ward, John Buckley and James Qulnllvan. Executive committee, .James Thomas O'Neil, M. Germain. R. J. Mo Gulre', James TIerney, Joseph Oloyous. Literary committee, Timothy Bros nan. P. J. Quinn. E. F. Kavanaugh. Librarian. I. F. Cassin. Marshal. P. H. Luby. Manager of gymnasium, Thomas Timothy. Assistant Edward Fanning. Sergeant at arms Charles M. Bren-nan. At the last meetlns of St. Pierre so ciety held at the Foresters' hall, tho following officers were elected: Chaplain Itev. P. J. Cuny. President Arthur Rcaudoln. Vice president Peter Lacroix. Recording secretary Joseph Beau di.lr. Financial secretary Alfred 'Ger ma!n. Treasurer Napol -on Lacourclere., Auditors Henry Iacroix, Roderick Glngrnss, Roland Dubois. Trustees George Benudoln. Napoleon Deary, Samuel Lacrolx. Sergeant at arms George Hart. Mrs. W. J. Hogan nnd Miss May J. Galilean nre the guests of friends at Mt. St. Joseph's seminary, Hartford. Mrs. Conrad Hoffman niid Miss Vio let Hoffman returned last evening from a visit with relatives in Peckskill. N. Y., and Brooklyn. The Misses Stella Callihan, Marjaret O'Brien, Annlo Beal, Julia Shi-rhan and Nellie O'Neil have been appointed a committee to arrange for a leap year weather 'nap was one of the greatest educational Influences of the country. These maps are furnished at 110 cities In the I'nited Statts and Canada. No more Important factor had ever been issued to the people of this country. The lecture was Illustrated by a number of stereoptlcon pictures nnd proved most interesting und instruc tive. After tho lecture refreshments were served. Walter I. Trench who, with Mrs. Trench, mado a visit recently to Mrs. Trench's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Butterfield. 12 Welcome street, soon after his return to Chllllcothe, O., was promoted from assistant division en gineer of the Baltimore and Ohio rail road. 8. W. Mr. Trench has made a host of friends lnce locating In Chll llcothe and although a young man, there Is no doubt as to his ability to fulfill every duty of the responsible po sition to which he has been promoted. Mr. Trench Is a graduate of the Shef field scientific school and while In this city made many friends and all will be glad to learn of his promotion. William DeLacey Reynolds, the In fant son of Wllllum J. Reynolds of New York city, and the late Bessie De Lacey Reynolds, died at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. DeLacey, 179 Exe-hange street, early : yesterday morning, aftPr a few days' illnes. He was a little over two weeks old, Bur ial services were private and were held yesterday aftvrnoon, and Interment was In St. Lawrence cemetery, where the baby's mother was buried a little over a week ago. , TABLE LAMPS, GAS AND ELECTRIC PORTABLES. A. F.WYLIE, 821 Chapel St. , Successor to John Bright & Co. CoL $7,00 The rain which came up suddenly and fell with such persistency yester day afternoon and evening came a lit tle ah'-ad of the schedule and many hail predicted snow Instead of rain. dance to be given on Monday evening, i Tho wind blew fiercely and many peo- Mrs. blla Frances Moore, wife ofi James N. Moore, died Monday at her home, 17 Vernon street, Hartford, In the 56th year of her age. Mrs. , Moore! was a native of New Haven, but hjed lived in Hartford for several years. She Is survived by her husband, one son,1 J. Leonard Moore, and two daughters, Mrs. Alice Goodon, wife of Rev. R. Gooden of Long Beach, Cal and Mrs. W. N. Larkuni of Hartford. She was n daughter of tho late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Merchant of Fair Haven. The funeral will lie held at her home at A 10:30 this morning and the body will be brought here for burial. W T VTTTTTTTTT I Beautify the Home TTTT TTTTTTtt Nothing adds' more to the. attractiveness of the homo I than taste displayed In the selection of wall liangings. They X form a background not only for the plotures, but also for tho T rest of the furnishings. ( We have not 'only made a titudy. I of this specialty, but have years of experience back of It. Many owner of beautiful homes In this city will gladly endorse our work In this line. We have helped thciu very ' satisfactorily; let us advise with you. ; ' MONROE BROS,, 353 Crown St, i Telephone 2761. February 10. by the St. Veronica la dles' Temperance society. Miss Annie O'Brien who was the fJrecnc Mr-Cube. A wedding which many Wallingford t The, inspection 0f will take place at the armory next Tuesday eve. nlng. Lieutenant Aams, t 8 A., of Governor's Island, wlli be the Inspect ing officer Mrs. K. C. Hasting!- entertained the M. N. Whist club at her residence on Fair street this evening. pie got wet through and through. The people who own horses nnd cutters would have preferred snow, but for the remainder, the rain was for the most part preferred. Mrs. !,ouise Ha'l of Now Haven, Is the ruest of her sister, Mrs. Emma Allen. Edward Dray Is th'; guest of friends in Springfield, M:is Anothrr "earthquake" shook Wall ingford this afternoon, shortly after 1 o'clock. Mrs. Tt. C. Norton was assigned as piano accompanist at the Grand ave nue Congregational . church for the evangelistic services in the Fair Ha ven district, but owing to lllne.s. she has been unable to serve in that ca pacity as jet. In her absence Miss j Chapman has performed the duties I very acceptably. In addition to being a good piano accompanist, she Is a fine cornetist and her solos have been very much appreciated. Her soft rendition of "Home, Sweet Home," Monday night, accompanying Dr. Ostrom's splendid sermon on the home, was especially fine. Last Saturday afternoon a nrettvl 1 uxrlrllnrf I.. ivi. ... ,i Tl I I H I I I I I I I I J, 111 J.J.J.J.A1. " ' immi' - .. j . . . ,., ...... . . . J I. I HIT rTTTTTT w - . marriage of Miss Pauline Pallmnn and Albert Zastrow, both of this city. The' " " '.. : - ' ceremony was performed at the par-! tWt sonage eu i,ne uov. J. A. scnailes on George street at 4 o'clock, after which a reception was held at the bride's homo nt 161 Lombard street. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Aug ust Taetsch, and Mr. Taetsch acted best man. The guests Included J. Zastrow, R. Zastrow, Charles Zas trow, William Zastrow, Miss Louise Zastrow. Mrs. F. Riechel, Mr. and Mrs. Sloan, Messrs. F. Reynolds,. Charles Miller, Mr., and Mrs. Smons, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Taetsch, Mr and Mrs. H. C. Taetsch nnd Mr. A. l Taetsch. Af ter a short honeymoon trip Mr. nnd Mrs. Zastrow will reside In Auburn street. . icted as J, Messrs.! leu 7.JT Bassett's Gun Store, i Guns and Ammunition. Full line of Hunters Coata and Boots. Complete Line of Talking Machines Victor and Edison. October I IJt or KeA..-w sow ucaajr. I V TO STATE'S ATTORNEYS. Miss Julia (Jahorty has from a vlstt In Harlford. returned Tho storm of yesterday delayed a fleet of oyster boats that are now due. O'Brien Wants Them to Stop Selling Liquor on Trains. Matthew E. O'Brien, the prohibition worker, who some time ago started a campaign against the sJle of liquors on trains going through this state, has sent the following letter to state at torneys of tho eight counties of this state: Bridgeport, Jan. 4, 190S. State Attorney. Dear Sir: I wish to call your atten tion to the fact that liquor Is being sold 1n violation of law In the dining and buffet cars of the New York, New Haven ft Hartford Railroad company passing through the county In which you represent the state in the enforce ment of law. 1 have had a conference with Mr. Robblns representing the r.illroad com pany on this matter. I did not wish to resort to any drastic measures un- The Kickers took (no out of three game from the Trdepenrtr nts In th ' City BowlinK league l:it evening .it j the Woodbine alleys. Williams wes the high mien with an average of 1C5. i Mr. P. Leonard la the guest friends In New York ritv. of iheTHOMRSON SHOP Lancraft Brothers have loaded the lea necessary and have the assurance schooner Patterson In Narragansett bay' frm him that such measures will not with ajmut 2.S0O bushels of oysters, and be neces?ary. A simple request from she Is expected to come alone soon.' ivi h low rftnt in vnnr The company has three boats (hat county will bring this violation to a loaded at Rx-kaway and are jsoon due stop at once. -the Kansas City with 1.200 bushelr.i am writing to the other state at schooner Ella. 3.000 bushels, and th torncvg asking them to notify the corn schooner Ijena Rowland with 2,001 bushels of oysters. All the lending makes cf Guns and Rifles, including the Winchester, T Itn, Remington, Parker, Lcfcver, Baker, Ithaca, Stevens and other X -known makes, . IT T? D A OOfTT THE GUN STORE d UrtJUUI 1. SChurchSt. b . ... i - I..--- .T.V.. T i ' t "KOAL" THE GREAT HEAT PRODUCER. ff.F. GILBERT & CO. 65 CHURCH, 0PP. .R 0. The Chatfleld Paper Ca B Most complete line of Paper and Twine in State f It's Gratifying To Us. i i vr - ti We thank you for your increasing favors during the past year. It is gratifying to us as an indication that we have, in a greater measure, been successful in giving you the right goods and the right service. M ERR ELS, CROSS & BEARDSLEY, CONTRACTING DECORATORS, 90-92 Orange Street. 'Phone 839. o411 the Planning of an apartment or a Komi in every detail or interior J TT7 11 , uecorac7on, wail covering, R.ugs, Carpets, Lams and F umiture are to le found at The January meeting of the board of warden and burgeses was not over im-l portant in character, with the excep-! tion of the bills audited land ordered' paid and which were of no little lm- portanee to tboe to whom the bills! are due. These bills amounted to about! $501 and included payment for gas and' flp'tHf lirht and thf nav rr tl... i ! -...... .... , J v.l tilt? f,l,- ough police department. f;46EMSHBWENCI l mm It is expected that some time in Feb rurary. Granniss hall in Strong school will be used for a free lecture on some subject of Interest to th? parents nnd patrons of the tv-Mool. The New Ha ven Civic association has promised to send a speaker her when wanW-d and it is expected that some arrangement will be made to have a meeting next month. J. Collins Picpont. hoe funeral was attended i:i Westfield. Mass.. Mon day, re? ided many years in Fair Haven and for the laM few years In Atwater street He removed to West field some three or four ye'S ago. Mr. Pierpont leaves a widow, who was a resident hre. He also leaves a brother. John Fierpont. in California. Another broth er. James Pierpont. died In Wet Ha ven in Pectmber. He was one of tix Portable Gas lamps and Imported Glassware NEW-Reflex Inverted Gas Lamps, (0e Mantle.) j $1.50 to $2.85 Complete. Monthly MAINTENANCE- Monthly. THE NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT CO, Salesroom, 93 Crown Street.