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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1908.
r .1 i Thursday Special Benefit Through experience we havo learned that special benefits bring customers here In greater numbers. We want to make Thursday an extra big day, therefore we are offering extra special values that are bound to Induce more shoppers to come hero this week to participate In our Thursday Special Benefits. Another Chance Silk Petticoats at Dress Trimmings, at those famou,.. sun Bleach" Special PrlCOS 8candl2 1-2C. Lawn STAMPED SHIRT r WAISTS for 49?. Positively ThUTSdaV. Special lot of Fancy Braids our regular Too. Stamped Waists, Flv, UM MW pET. " rc Tr.mmlnm that we SclSTnd Saturd y XTE TIATS' W"A and a" lh THURSDAY 8. Filnay ana bnturdny. bargees- new spring colors. Every Pet- Another lot reirnlarlv sold at sortment of new designs. Don't tlc0llt especially made for our f,c to 2"c miss this sP-lae own flne tl,u, Tho ylM nro TIIl"7?SDAY 12. "' excellent. The quality of Tnf- , feta we know to be right. Cum- Gilt BeltS, 39C. pare them with $S.r0 values else- ' Gilt and Ollt and Silver Belts, where. TOWOlS 29C "'URSDAT 30 Day' Towels' In pla.'n and : L: Thursday, $4.17. tMey ' wYi- Richardson's TI!ll5SPAY 2I Embroidery Sets. Men's Neckwear. Basket Cloth Center Tlece, Crocheted Knur-tn-lland Ties with 6 skeins of Richardson's In plain and stripes. Wondfi-ful OinghamS, 14 1-2G. Grand Prize Grecian Plow -1 values. Ginghams, checks, plaids and piece of Handsome Old English AT 25?. AND 50. j-,. n.. Lace for border, and 1 specially . THrilSDW 12A written Diagram Lesson by an Mftn'Q Shirt's expert Japanese needleworker; . i idm a oniiw. value 60c. Make your selection now while THURSDAY 25f. assortment Is complete. Correct Another Centerpiece Outfit, "tyles. MohalT. 39C. value 25c. AT ft 00 AND $150. THURSDAT 15V Mohair Dress Goods. In brown ' Notion Dept., Center Aisle. , Basement BamalnS. ?m1 ha1nw "tripes, value , J oOc. a yard. r'tsv..A nc Women's Spring Weight THURSDAY 3T. UlOVeS, y5C. VESTS, full 13c. value. Pique Kid Gloves, made of EACH. fine glace kid skins, some tan ' 1 and white, value $1.25 a pair. Children's Hos Foulard Silks, 50c. THURSDAY OS?. CHILDREN'S HOSR, n excel. Cheney Foulard Silks, shower-' UarllflH.hlafc ,ent wpRr,n'r' fRst color' School proof, good assortment of pat- nanuKerCnieiS. Hose, all slr.es 6 to 0J, full 13c. terns, value 75c, a yard. . Women's and Children's All valup- THURSDAY BO?. Linen- Handkerchiefs, hem- 0. PAIR. stitched hem, all pure linen, In " two iota. Women's Hosiery. J?C,?,U.?iIl,ty fr fi"V"2K$' Women's Black Lace HOS- Raclot Woawol Innn 8c' lty 6 fnr 25 IRRY. any of our new 50c. num. l3aSK6t VVCaVe Linen, Val Lace at Cost Thursday so?. , 39c" , , ,. , ., , All pure I.lnen Basket Weave PrlCeS. ExeXnt value Mncn Walstlng, 30 Inches wide. Short lengths of Val Laces, " " tnwniY 2R ' Va,U 7p0, lengths from to 3J yard. long. Tin R. DAY ZBf, THURSDAY BO. suitable for underwear and nvct r.,... r., Wh,t rinod!' r"r't" in,r wai,tii Corset Cover Day. Aisie. THURSDAY AT COST PRICES. All ECc. Corset Covers.... 30?. All T3c. Corset Covers.... 59?. Torchon insertions. SISJKS:::: KJ: Torchon Insertions. Inch to 2 All It.SO Corset Covers. ...$1.10 tJIflGK VOIleS. Inches wide, values 9c. to 15c. a All $1.T5 Corset Covers.. ..$1.20 Black Voile Irss Onods, 40 yard. This Is a rare chance. Tor One, I Inches wlrt value JIM a vard. THURSDAY 7?. Day Only. THURSDAY BO?. ' Sale of Oriental PRELATES ATTACKED Methodist Conference Blames Co.rdinal Gibbons for Bet ting Attitude. DAY CHARGES LAUGHED AT Acctisntlons Agnlust Professor Mild Dr. Mnckley Also IHs missed. New Vork, April 1. A resolution In support of the Agipnv Htill-raeing bin now pending In the legislature whs passed to-day tinanlonsly gt the Mcth odbt Kplseopal conference In thin city, after Its Introducer had criticised Crr tllnal (llbbona and a Protestant Epis copal bishop, - The news of Ibis action, with the 'eBolutlon, was telegraphed til onec to r lnvrrmii' llimli.o. lo IIia (iHr.nl, Irt.i nf 00 MWWWM""WWPWMWWMMPW,iM .. ir, ' ' " - 1 " " ' Hi lonuln Lin.l trt Ur.inOiii. A.ror.ti. 'I'l... lie i, , esnlulloli, which was offered by th" I lev, Thomas S. Univl, piistoi' of the "''hlrly-flfth Street Methodist church, ,(' dseeonded by the tlev. It. K. Wll- (t i of the Central i hureh In Von- j.rs, was as follows: .."The New Vork .conference of the 'flethodlst .;plsi'opal church, In nil I ynual conference a.!iembed In New 7. "Vork city, and representing more than 40(1 churches and sixty thousand J members, heartily endorses nnd earn- cstly urges the (im'-iage of the Agnew L Hart antl-gombllng bills," 7 . In support of hN resolution, the I ltev. Mr. Pond said: "We have the speetneln presented to us of a Protestant Kplseopal bishop opposed to this bill, which would end racing, and to-day we lenm from the press dispatches that the head of the toman Catholic church In this coun try. Cardinal Olhiioim, opposed to the racing bills. "Now, reengnblr'.r 'ne historic alti tude of the Methodist church on gnnv Rugs Continue Ail This Week. bllng, It Is high some action." The sixtieth York Kast Cc (list Kplscopn: i time that we took loll of the New ice of the Mclho i r:reh, In flrooklyn. also passed n 'ol,itlons to-day urging the passage of the unll-gambllng laws by the state senate. ttlsb"p Ihivld II. Moore then ruled out of court the charges brought against Chancellor imy of syrn -use university by the lev. Oorge A. Cooke of llriindon, Vt. The decision was greeted by long applause, and aroused a much Inter IIowiip ' est uniting the delegates as the anll- raclng action. The bishop said thai the charges, were foolish, and a dl tect uft.iek upon free speech lilld ft free preys. Charges of ib faniailon of churn 'tor, hypocrisy and intimidation against Prof, p.orden P. Ilowne of lloslon university and if scandal and mlsr. p rererdidlon auainst the liev. lr. ilanrs At. riiukley. editor of the Christian Advocale, were made by the ftcv. tleorge A. Cooke of the Troy conference. The charges were dis missed by unanimous action of the conference without debate. Similar i barge aifaliiit the same men had previously been preferred by the rtev. Mr. Cooke bill they were not sustain ed. .Mr. Cooke, to-day asked permis sion to explain his nttliude In the re. newal of the charges, hut the right to take the floor was denied him on the ground that he bad no standing In the conference. ;r,N. (;0lOIVF,A Till', FIFTH. North Haven Man Was Itrevel nrlgu illt'r (icneriil In Civil War. The Journal-Courier yesterd-iv j printed a" livtlcle to the erred I hut there were Ion four surviving br-.ve; I brigadier general. In the state, 'lie:) who attained this dl.illnetb'e 'Itle 'n 'too civil war, but It has been piloted nut that General K. P. S. tjnndy. ,ir i of Vort'n Haven was a brevet brun- dler general making the number i f , them now living live Instead o four. ((rneral i,nod;-enr Is fl pr.iiMMi ll I resident of North Haven. GOOD LABOR REPORT! I - i 'Industrial Conditions in State Not So Bad as Might I be Expcctod. SO SAYS MR. SCOVILLE Kinip Commissioner Slates Maniifaclnr. t'rs Are Simlvlng tiiilui"s Dp. prcsslon In (iood Shape, William II, Scovllle, the Slate labor commissioner, has Just Issued a bulb- ! tin on labor stiilsilcs in Connecilcut I and It shuMs lliat linj manufacturers of' the stale arc, as a rule, surviving the' depression. Various subjects having a Kute Inlenst are referred In In the re- ! port, speckil nt t i'ii I inn being p.ild to 1 the Culled Mlules supreme court de-: elslon In Ihe disc of I). K, licwn & Co. '. of luinbuiy aialnst the officers of the Annrlcan l'e li ration uf lilior. ; The general .isseinbly of I!tu7 ) Iscrd ( ' the labor bureau among those State di- j ; partinenis which In fuliire are to Iscua i bl-cnnlal ivporls In ilace of publishing I Iheiii unnuall)' as In reiofore, j ' In his review of the subjects referred i ! lo In the biilleiln c'otnnilssloiier Si:o-1 j 1 1 lo s i.i s: I I "The chapter ilevoei to the slllijei l I ' of .New Kaeiory or Mill Consirucllon Is exceedingly Inli resting The material ' from which Ihe deductions are to be i made was gathered during a pi rlod of gieal. prosperity In Ihe Indiii'lriHl world, i Subs' nuently and previous to the ditc of the publication of the bulletin a marked" eesratlon In the work of ere i fit Inn nf new Industrial enterprises ban taken place While many ninnuf icl ui j big establishments have hern consider- nhly affected by the business depres sion which Is apparent to every ob server, yet in mot !iiNtmi"cs of which the bureau has Informal Ion, the our tallinent In prodnot'on, and the iiccom pnnylng neeeseii" inr a reduction In the working forctg In the varloua 1Y RESIDENCE )N TRUMBULL ST. !S FOR SALE Mils Is nn t)l(l-ln.lil(inc(l, lure onied, hls-liiiilH-n.Ml house, liulll, lis mi' j' used o liulld Ikiiisch, lo slauil for II I line. it is convenient, Iiiih the iiii'oiniciil4 mill Is ii most nl'ort- lili! home. Ten rooms. Whj do I Willi! (o sell II'.' Ili'CHiihi; ni) I'nniil.v li.-i i outisrown tlio lc mill we tire Just liiil.hlin; ii linger I.'IU'I! Ullll (Itlll'l nivd two, If you Hie Inu-ivftril t'oinc mid I'd mo in omi us Hip iu'lt-o I liavo Ml on It Is low for hik.1i ii cleniriililo .iltii'i'. 1LBERT W. MATTOON Wholesale anil Itctnll SeRnrw, 08 (impil Slrecl, Corner Oruiico, MATTOO.N'S OltM.lt. li'.iintH has nm been of a grave nuiRtil ,ulc. HuKi'il, II ( in truthrully i sulil Hint t ' n i i f " t M 1 1 i j t m niiiiiufiietiiriiis eu v. rprlst-h an. Unnly entnlillnlicil ami for In- niont part are tl 1st ItiRU lulioil fur :l;ili!llly In oliaraeter and euiiHervntlsm .ii nuiniiKciuriit, i.'ontt'inpni'ary iulll' ii .lons fniiii ni'lgliliorlnfr ami fur illliint states give evidence of a more pro l'luiieerj depression In husini ss and a greater il"gri'i of rrduetlon m mitpiu 'f mnnufnetured proiluets in other lo ulltles than Is shown here jiy Informa leii received from various soiirceH .vltliln llu- liorders of tins rummon .M a I Hi. "The year 1!)07' is not ilNtiiiniilshu'l for ll.s ficedoin froiil lmlisll;il ilis illhaiices over Ii" i'iil jfaij ami Hie iKKrenHti 1 hi si . I t of illiipuli'M iiiMoiint .1 In al'oiu mil' hiiiiilrerl ilioiisaml lays, i (inure Honrwlmt IiIkIht tltiin for t)i. past fi'iv yarn, altlioutili well l'"lov the aveiiiKP of the period l!lei- itn;." Dtswntovi: TmtKrv itii.i,. New Vork ( bainber of ( onooercc I'iivers t,oerlos .Measure. New York, April l.--The question of npini a i or dlsiipprovliiij the liens- ell's pi ndinu In coiiuress for currency j efurni Ini'liuliiiK speclflenlly the Aid-I ri ll bill and tin- Fowler bill', will come j tii foi., tb" Xw York Chanilier of I (Viniiiinrce al Us regular meeting; to-! nlerroiv. The jMirreny eoitiniltlee of that or Kanlz.ill.Mi will then pireenl a report f.l.-approvhiR hoth of Ibo two nvusiires icfeired to, and calling for the ap pointment of a currency commission on the general lines proponed by Itie LoV- ring bill, which provides for the ap- 1 1 ointment of a commission of eighteen ImrnibeiH, to be composed of six seua- ' or and six represenn lives lo be ap pointed by I he presiding officers of til" two houses, and six oth r iir.".'ns to be appointed by the president; thl com- ! mltleo to Investigate the banking and currency problem and submit to tho '. president recommendntl ins for reform, at n dale not later than January I, trw. -n Tin t:t loivt'ii iv m (iti ti Wiishlmtton, April I. -The nnuithly s'nteinent of the director of the mint :.KWS the total coinage of the minis cf the I'nlted States during March. IIMrt, to have been :'0,Tt.'..;n, as follows: li.'bl. Hfl.tli.i.r.W; silver. JKfiU:: minor , folns, f2I.V1. This, however, does not Iri'lude I.Mi.ni'a pl"ees coined for the 1 l.lllpilne govetnment. Spring Tonics "For Hint ttvi-d feeling'' nn effer tile follnwliig appei Ir.ers and bracers: I'I'ils Splits I Kvans' I'n b Ale. . ... , n I'.illlllies,- ,Wni' .)0 per lloj! ll.ifS ft i'n. Willie l,n- linl Ale 2 nn t.nn ior dor. I!as Co, I'ng's Head Me L'.n l 1.30 por ib,a Snlnt Hapliael's Wine. $1. Oil pnr Pottle Full 'liiart.i gallon California Sherry Wine, very old, mil- bottling. . . . Jfl.RB California Pun Wine, very old, our hnitllng 7.1 2. fin 1 ri.nn Iiiiporleil pri Wine, very obi. our linttllng Iniporteil HlH'try Wine, very old, our buttling t.2r, .75 nil 1. Till 2. nil n.on i it. i il. nn R.on Imported Skerry, Imi. very old. IHng ln(T (br our hot- 1 an I. Ml 4. 'in i. nr. liiipnrleil Il.Tr,. Port Wine, original boltllng JOHN fiILBmT Zf 9a VI chapel r.C . ANNOUNCEMENT. I ileilre to iinniiunee In the ttiilillt' Ihnl I hid io'i netlnu In lie rninirltt of l anilly lli'irprnluili r in hniNr of iiiiiiirnlnK it il fliin Ihr finiernl prrlmlt nlHiiilliiu I" tie' mnny aletnlls ivhlili lirescnl theuiselies ' such n lluit'i rrn. ilerlnu n"llnnre to riineral illreitor, nml riirri'n(lnu the family nn nil nr ,.,i.ir. Mil 1 1 n I nit tlllt nil Irmllng nn ilerlnkers, Mils. .1. mi.l.l M IW,M V i'eli'iilinne IIH.'.. ANNOUNCEMENT. I cifsi. c to announce to my friends and the public rc ncraliy, thai pending a readjirtmcni df mv atTairs, cali.i intended fnj mc may be. sent tn Mcurs l.owi'. & M.ycnclt, Nn. 1112 Chapel Stroft. All work will rfCfivc prtimpt and raroful attsriinn. rcb-phr (?. ilOm. N BUR WELL. Undortaktsi't DEATHS. CANKIKI.H In this city, April I, Pins. Alii Al, lerrlhR, wife of H, M. Can- He'd. Piiiiirnl frnin her lli residence. i!5 Coiiiiiv street, Prbbiy afternoon at i:3 o'clock, a It Cut Flowers and Flowering Plants MMMMH John N. Champion & Co. 1028 C11AI IvL 8T, English Mixed MUSTJ R D rili'Y'KE coming' back right along, fof'anothcr jar of that hot stuff Mustard". d.Dry English . Mustard, ground in Olive Oil looks like Mayonnaise Dressing, yet with all the bite and tang of clear Mustard left in. De signed for grown-ups who like something on cold meat that will start t lie tears. In wide moulli sr.-l jar$ pool . K'r.i: (nouQh to ptaci on rj u. the table ...0 cls' 3&( J-tafi Str- SUGHARDS COCOA Some folks cannot drink Coffee, oth ers like n chungc occasionally: there fore wp recommend Sochiird I'ure Swiss t'ocon Us Ihe best, most nuti'l llons, nml kocs I be fni llicsl. Ilclow read Ihe mmljsU: Absoliilely iure and most ngreeable In fact. It N be best Cocoa I have cviinlncil. lis ilisesllbillly mid mini, live table are of Ihe highest order, anil It Is superior to olber Cocons, because II can he so easily illuesioil nnd nsslm I In Sin bni'd's t ocou take the very highest plnce amongst ( m oiis, nnd, as I fieniK inly take It myself, I can con scientiously recommend It lo medical men and Ihe public In general, A. It. (.KIFi'lTIIK, I'll. I., I'. H. S. Analysl, London, I'ng, Pound -Pound Tins. Tins. OOc 50c 0 BAKERY SALE Our ovens will be kepi busy lo-day, all . day, baking ! 800 CiOZCfl FfGSh SODA BIS CUIT, 6 cents dozen. ni:sT i i.oni. etc.. rsK.n. Homc-Macle CRULLERS, 8 cents dozen. I.oaf Cnkes, Hi' loaf. All ItlsctilK HolK Cookies rtr fie doen. 'Hip very bet al MlioleMilc- prices. ' FISH SPECIAL. "Tidal nc" Honcles Cod for I Nil Cukes In I -lit packages. 10c, Fresh IIAIHKM K. 5C lb. 2(1 KIMS t)F I II! ;sll FISH. S, S. ADAMS. Tsn Teleplmnes. Call 42nn or 4'iOI, MAIN S I OKI). (OK. M A I M AMI . I 01 II I' Sl lllrlVIN. Ilrnnrli Sterol n:fi l.inril Are.. T 13 l.rnnil Air., tin!) Ilnunnl Ave., T Hlirl ten Ave., inn I. hint St. 'Clip real ciilovtiictil nnd beallbfiil liess of tcgcliiblcs Is In liavlng them freh. egelables nrp n specially with us lwclc inoiilhs In the year. lite best the marls alforil is here, Cut Ibis list out for jour order Ihls wccki Spiiuicli, - Diinilcllons, Heel lircelis, String Means, lloslon l.clliice, Florida l.ctlucc, t.rei'ii I'eppci'S, I lot bouse ( urrol s, V alercH'ss, Swcel I'otiilops, Itennudii I'oliiiops, llcriiiudit lb cls, llel'Miiidii ( Hilons, Spanish Oiiliuis, Hot bouse Ciiciiinlicrs, Itbiibarb, Tonialocs, I'resh Mushrooms, I'rch Okrn, Salsify. II III lliurch and l.liu Streets. BRANCH STORE, 75 liilgt! aoihI Avenue, STOl i: Jtllll.lMio IN CASH. Italian lloiind foe I tilled states lo Spend It (a pi ii red at Ihe I lock. Cherhrnirn;, April I- I'etni'tives to day arreted Alexunilro c,oiuein, an Italian railway olllclal, while he w.is In Hie act of Iioii'iIIhk tin' A'tilto Slur line sleiiinir Teutonic, which sailed lo day for New York, Clomolto In chars ed w ith tbe robbery of J'C.iion by hreik bid In .a wlass window in the railroad sliitlnn at Chlic-iio, a town of Switzer land on the Italian frontier. Mold to the amount of aboiit'fin.snn imim found In the man's valises nnd JU.sun In banknotes were dkieovere, wrapped about Ills body. He wis acconipanied by a yonn tiafin woman with whom It Is alleged be was eloplns to the fnlted ttates, hnvina aliHiidoiu'd hla family In poverty in awlUurUuiJ. i 0 Our Ciglir 'J'o Keiilleiui'ii who Know llic iiipeiiriiiii'C mill taste, the aroma nml oilier I'liuriieterlslii's of u ootl i'Ikiu'. we need to hay nothing more tliiin (o iiieiillon (lie brands we carry, nml invite an Inspection of our stoek. To those who may not hp so well ncqiiuliileil with those feut. lircm which coiitrlhiilp to u iierl'eet siiioKp, wp want to say our ( K,,VltS nrp selected by a eonnolsseiir one who Is thoroughly ex. jiei'lenceil In (hp selection mill use of line tobacco and knows what should he stocked lo .suit the tasle of Individual smokers, To this, more than anything else, may he iillriliiited the wonderful growth In our box trade, which Is coiisluntly hicrensliiK. Another Important: fealurp In our eluur l rude Is (hp uniform nnd iiiivur.vlns quullly mnlnlalued In the goods we bundle (nil other goods Included In this slalemenl). iicp piluciiteil, therefore," to Hip IlkhiK of any special brnud, our customers can depend upon the quality mid tusle for all time, ' f The S. W. Hurlburt Co. s I 1074 CHAPEL ST. D. M. WELCH & SON, Offer CANNED ASPARAGUS. .urge enns Asparasus, 2 enna for 2fic. Makes a delicious salad. ROYAL ANN CHERRIES, I'.Mr.t heavy Syrup goods, large ans, 25c per ran, and we lose nionpy ni iilial ii'icc. PURE HONEY. A tlrive In bottlrd Honey ot 10c. MOLASSES AND SYRUP. A Superior Tnblc Syrnp at 15c per can. A pure "Old-Fashion'' Mo lasses m 2 l-2c per can. OLIVES. ' Sale Mill on. A big; hotilp of Fine Olives, rllhcr stuffed or plain, for 20c. A bargain In a l"o bottle. POULTRY. Ye Iiiivp erv nice TufliPVK. Chickens and FonT. Sold fnll-rtrrooiMt FRESH VEGETABLES. Our IVesh Vegetablp list Is a market at bargain prices. CAR MAINE SEED POTATOES Unloaded to-day. 1 D. M. WELCH & SON. New Numbsrs 38 w rsr ii v f.n. 40 Thursday, April SPRING LAMB GROWN IN NORTH KILLING WORTH, CONN., ',, WHERE THE GOOD ONES COME FROM. FRESH MINT, ASPARAGUS, CUCUMBERS, ' ! STRING BEANS, RADISH, TOMATOES, Etc. . L. C. Pfaff & Son, THE SWEET BREADS Still Selling nt 25 cents Ihe pair. 01 Oorge St. 19 Congress Ave. Prices That Ought Sliced limn Ie H Sinokpd Tongnp lie llnm . .1(0 Fork hops Salt Fork. . 12c Ih 0! Ih One can rnch Corn, Sliced l'lnenpplp, per can, 10c. SCHOENBERGER'S 15 Howard Av. 11 Shrlton Ave. HART MARKET COMPANY This is the time and this the place to obtain all the Spring Meats, Vegetables and Fruits. To-day, Con necticut Spring Lamb. Fresh Killed Spring Chickens. Green Mint, New Car rots and Beets, Beet Tops, Dandelions, Green Olives. Philadelphia Capons, Chickens and Squabs. 180 Temple St. IT ENJOYABLE? IS l)n jon like In art tnhft peiili nit b defective teiii lo ynn aol .lilak iithrr wioilil ha ni distressed II fimri were tln.1 nnyf Nn don't let them ti,r tiejiinil the held i f koi1 dentist.' If one t yniir teeth U mlselnii, hive us lirldtc the apnee nit El line Hint I the same eulor, dian and ! ul tho milural ?. PHILV DENTAL ROOMS 701 CHAPEL ST. Department; ; t Ioiir one. We have everything In th CONGRESS AVENUE FA III HAVTCN. BEST MEATS. 7 and 9 CHURCH ST. Phone. 1046. 1316 nml 770 Stale St. 339 Grand Ave. to Appeal to tveryoie Slrlctly Fresh Fggs 18c doi (iood Table Hutlpr 82o lb (ood llrcad Flour 70c bag Trln Dlseiilt 3c pkge Cnti Apples 10c can 'ens, Tonmtops, 2Sc. 621 F.lm St 150 (ireenwond St. Strawberries. Fresh arrivals dully. The quality In superior. We call attention to our .Malaga (.rapes, Hip finest fruit of tho year. Florida Nuvel Oranges, ilafTas, Kings nnd Tangerines. (,'rnpe Fruit Hi special prices, Clearing sale of Apples nil tho good varieties tit less (linn Inst fall's prices. Vegetables ol dm rn per sorts. J ; i J. B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. Tin: Miimou fkuit store. KEY FITTING Gun and LocksmHhlnj. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO 68 Center Sl E. H. Bassell, Mgr, We Are at Work Why not let us quote you a price for cleaning house, including carpets, rugs, etc., with our Vacuum Cleaner? . m eaner Tel. 2700.