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THE MORNING JOUENAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1008.
i(5 For Infant and Children. im ALCOHOL .1 Pro rvZ I'm AVcgclnblfPrnwrailn slnjllatiii3tlicrbo(!an(IRf!irta ling the Stomadw andOcms of Promotes DiicstionhfcjfuI ncss and RratContatps neither UpumuMorphiac nor Mineral Plcvpiin Sted" JL-Jcan CinaHii Stmt ' jW.jtiw WW. Anarfccl Renwdv forCmsfoa- Hon . Soia- Sfomai-h.DlaiThora Worras.Com-ulsiousJeverisH ngssamlLOSSOFSCf-Ei1 Facsimile Sijnamrenf (Stiff) iuu.v. NEW . HL'.i7,' Exact Copy of Wrapper. PARLIAMENT IN 3uffragettes and Enormous Mass of Spectators Hem in House of Commons for Hours. l WOMEN ARE ARRESTED .hw ;rls Past (imsrtl in llonr of HoUm; VWO Mo'tnlnl Polite mill NiMIrr "'I I'llty Keeping I 'row (Is In Order. London. n-t. 1;:.--The climax of f tli" P'iffrna ttf camp .ilsru wns enehed in-nlght v h"ii an eiiorm rs moli lupinied in J 'n r 1 ! n m and P':d the li-ntfl" It nil tr-f. b adin ( i Wcst.mlnH r. T"i .; more than tin -o hour Hi.- crowd? js-tifflil i;n"il tint.:,. ?(ll with tli" police, Intr yf. red nit .heater-gn'r. broke Indue.. and .; jrgaolz'd thins,- g.-m-rnlly In Hk . -11 -'.or nf London. Til'" llTnltl' "f til" ililV Was M.T. rravpr fl miR. formerly cre'.ir in Jam's Krir Hnrdlr, ihe ' : t nod. Independent member nf i,iril,i li'n.t who r. p r tiorl th. door ..f ni iouso "f e itvnmns by strategy, I'll-louse'-w a solemnly debating a I'ill tn irohlVift children frmn nunl.lng dg. irettcs, when tlv woman dashed pist he doorkeeper to a position In front f trip speaker's chair and shout., ENGRAVED ' WEDDING INVITATIONS At Shorl Notice. W . L. WIGHTMAN 101 ORANGE ST. Koom 1. The" only car with a PERFECT SCORE in the KANSAS CITY RELIABILITY RUN September 19 to 26, 8 -Day Tour of 920 Miles, Was the Full-Jeweled 539" "-"""i ORBIN' WINNER . )f the $1,000 trophy given by he "Kansas City Star," de 'eating the 30 other 'cars start. Jig, representing the leading makes of America. The Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation. NEW BHJTiUN, COSN. II, E, Doolittle 63 BROADWAY. NEW HAVEN. Local Agent. nan . ' i i STATE OF SIEGE 1 The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years Tl ! AMERICAN WHO LED OFF BERLIN BALLOON RACE. HirllU ; ",.n nff i!mi.iiiiiii; i')il 'Ivoit ami lnll iilnml thv tvi,mii." 'I'hi'nn nllli Inll s b.fil .Mis. Sylll i h nil I rrrli'il lpr nut ImhIiIj. Slir ';-n tln-n ..il in th, mitfr iiml llx inlvjoil. .,s n rrsult nf tln i iinp nl'ilfv wn.i ls.Mii Unit ImiviiftiT v fn should imi n mlniiitcil to lin Imilfllng 011 nny prctxt whntv(r, imj In th futiirn thn hlsloilc crillo will I not inTf'i'rt frminino spnctHim-j. j Th" ttppofll IspiiwI liy p nnffrii 1 ftfr it fftt iiny dpi for 50, null p.'r I tuns to help thr-m "nmh" purllnin '.it I at half past s.-vrp o'rlork lliln pvi'ii I Ini wm thi must mpTfjif fill yti-oke . .-..i i'' iiihii iwirn nun nninoi'i' V1 sponili',1 to tin? rail anil nlim-li'iiHi: i f .tlmsp wrr joiinii pi'iipl" who en hip In pp (ho fun. Thorn himp alco a f.v linni-li-Pfl of (in. iini inplojpil nml thplr p.vmpatlil.Pi!". rnrllanipnt was In a tatnof pc. A rlosp trlpln lltip of pollip vvfis rlrawn aronml Hip Hupp sIiIpk of lm pqiiai-p In front of Hip IihIIiIIuk. TIip yard within tin- eaten swannrd with pnllcp and two Imnilrpil Riianlrd tin; tPirapp In Hip n-ar anainst apsiuilt hy watPr whlrh thp wonmn twire at tPniitPil. A small nVet of jiollcn Iio,i!ji also patrollpd Hip Thanips upi'mai'lK'n. All Hip nuiiintnrl pnlirp lii linilon and iuhurl)S linii Iippii innlilllzpil at lliis CPnlPf and lomls nf liny wptp nnslapkpd In Hip sirppls fur Hip linrsps. Thp whnlp pollpp fnri'f. Incpllipr wllh I In ravalry. Infantry arid innrltipn nmiilHr InR nior Ilian n.Oofi, was kfpl hnv In rpslrnlnlriR Hip punhlnfr. slniRRlInK niiUBpf, pfippclally nhonl Trafalmir niu.n'p. whpri? Ih NpUoii mnmnnpnl InnkPd down upon dnnUB crowdn In all dlrppllnns. hllli 'biisnon, motor par and rail?, mostly fillPd with fl(rhtipprs, try ln lo tlil'PHd thlr way tlirmifrli. Th pollpp kppl. the slrppla ndn1nlii Hip Iiciisp of roninions cicar: pIfpwIipi-p tlipy pnilpavored lo Hip dpsI. nf HiPlr ability to kpp the ppopl mnvlnfr. Ti,p rrowd phpprpd. una; on ti nnd liooiPd. Klvlng voli'pl o all the sari-aslfp rpinarks that a London nrnwd In rapahlo of. Thp?f wm aliriPd In a ipml-trood-na -Hired manner at Hip uff raKPHPH. who. dlnlnsrnlshed U)1 their oranr .i!innii. Bwanned everywhere dlRtrllnitinir trai'te. A delejatlon of thirteen tuiffranelles which approaphed lli pollpe rordon. and was formally refused admission 10 parliament, attempted a football rush, but the polios ehlvalrnunly repulsed Hib wonipn with the least possible rouith rrpss. Two bodies of Ihe nneinpo,,i, however, whP'h approaehed the line, were driven nff wllh llille saving Rrapp, oiip across Westmlnstpr bridge, and Hie other to St. James park. The police were pelted with veuetnhlns ami some atones In a few minor skirmlnh,.s that opoiiried. hut nobody wag sprlunelv hurt. Twenty-four suffraRPtlea anil twelve of Hie unemployed were placed under arrest. Many persons falr.ied In the rrush, a few werv inuupled noon and taken to the hospitals. Mrs. I'iinkliursl, Miss rhrlslnbel Pankhiii'H ami Mrs, Lawrence wei- summoiiPd to eoiirt yeslerday for 111 pltlne a. breach of (he peace; this morn. ' Iiir they pooly refuseil in clicv Hi,. ,nm j mons lint aKi'eed lo surr.-'inlr ihi'in- selves at 6 o'clock In Hi.' evnl;is. I which Ihey did, spendlnij Hm nl'li: !n the How sireet stallon. The. suffraRPItPS and uietnp'nr 1 have kept pracllcally Hip v.Iii,i .,. !ie j fur. e on duly coiitlminiisly fur forty ' elglit hours. ftAt w PlOTfiM no i umn EDNA WALLACE H, TELLS ABOUT AUTO Actress Says She Was Very Glad to Get It and Explains Circumstances to United States Marshal. ENGAGEMENT RING, TOO Is to Marry A. O. Tlrnwn, She Snj In Testifying In Broker's Tlnnkrtipt oy Hearing Tlmt, Insur ance Tullcy, New York, Oct. 13. It tnunt he ad mitted that Miss Edna Wallace Hopper plays the game In all good nature. Shr knew quite well that there were tom.' thlng like, half a hundred reporters and camera men and sketch artist waiting for her in the corridors of the federal building when she came, to court this morning to testify about that red au tomobile. Hho didn't propose that they should picture her. Bit' Instead nf Betting all red, am! mulst looking, she smiled as sweetly ns a bird could chirp, and said "No, no," with nn accent of decision as filial as the dictum of a court. "I'ndort no consldci'iitlon Would I pise," and got behind A.O. Brown, who Is as big as Miss Hopper la little, and afforded a very perfect shield In time of trouble for the petite actress. And Mr. Brown marched In a sort of defensive array down the long corrl do'. i h It ll He. XHss Hooper fklpp'l aellely from sldo to side, and dndgeil the glimmering eyes of cameras, and peeked nut cutely at ppncll artists as they danced and gavntted from end to ancle trying to get a good look at her oml generally fooled them all. but "id It with such an Inimitable air of good nature that they forgave her on the spot. IVihIp! r. Hays, counsel fur Charles F. Littlefleld. the receiver, conducted th examination.! while Ivtwnrd I.aii terhach and former Assistant District Attornev Heluirmati appeared ns Mis Hopper's counsel, ns they represent the members nf the A. O. Hrown firm be fore n I. S. deputy marshal. Mr. Hay. bPiinn about thai automobile which Brown says he gave Miss Hopper at on -p "Now , toll us nil about It," he In- V'ted. Miss Hojipcr shook her bond with a piimewhat pur.zlpil look. "I'd b gl'ol In," said she. "but I cannot remember the i i'iiVPi-Mitlon Hint took place 1n de t.fi I ,nti only tell you I" a general way." So aim was Invited to tell It In n ireneral way. "Well." said she, "Mr. Hrown and I lie l a long talk that day. Hp said lie wanted lo give me the auto, and that In. had never been m clad to do any lh!: ir In bl life. And. of coiirsp. I was glad to get It No one had ever before given nie mi n:ito," Mls Hopper mad this statement wllli an air of demure unconsclous iic ;. Mr. Hays niitimvr Hip iiies lionlim. He elicited Hip' Informal!'"! Ilia; It win kepi in (he Thomas' garage. Jii'o as It bad lcen before, end Hint ; t'.vown paid the garage fees and Hie chauffeur'" hire. It bore Mr. Hrown's IniiHls. "A. ft. It.," wle-n she i , - I received It. "I didn't Interfere with Ho-m at : li!.-l." ai.l Mii lloppf. but later 'Oi ' I bad them eliaiig"il lo my own Inil . lal--. That was just after the failure i of Hip A. ii. Hrmn fir in. . lien I tiled In sell Hip ,1'ltn." M's Hopp-r ;la'ineh.il In an i nHiiil'i !e panegy ric of I he ma, blue. "I k s, v era I I li-'os in It." rhe said, "and It is ! gi nnd." i spe ,,, of Mr. r,rnMi having his Insurance pol, for $25.mO Irans fi rred to Iki name, "lie s-ald It use, I to be In Ills wife's name," she said, "but she bad been ib-ail fur some, time, , and be wanted ni" to haw ll. I put i In my wi'iil at lb" bank, but I real ly couldn't tell yon the amount of the policy or the company uhlch Issued It." i Then Mr, Hays reluriiPd to that ; HUtnmnhlle, Which seemed to have it I vast atlraclbm for him. "Did Mr. ' Hrown use Hip automobile after he. gn i' It to y ou V" I "Will, eel tiilnly," said Miss Hopper, I "when lie war with m Vo, 1 don't i'kimw that he ever ordered it from the j garage without letting me know, I used to 'phone (o lilui to lake a drive with me, ami come down after him i In the car." Thin Mr. ila.vs got to I iijeslloiilng about ihe betr iihal which j has Iippii stated to exist, j "nil. yes," said Mi.: Hopper, "we're j engaged to be married, 'e became I engaged the day he give "ie the auto innd the insurance policy. He gave ' me an engagement ring, too. And Inter on he gave me a sum of money. ' "What for'."' demanded Attorney Hays. "Why " Mi"s Hopper waved her little white-gloved hand in the air In explanation. It alinnat. hit Attor ney Have In the nose, as he leaned Interestedly across the table "why, to spend, of course." "Oh," said Mr, Hays, retiring Into his notes. "We spent a grpat deal nf time to gether," Slid Miss Hopper, "and when 1 went out on a professional tour he imi ! to run out nnd s5 nie when I was playing npar enough to N'e.v Yoik so that It was pnssjhle." Kvery, now and lb.i Mr. Hay would g"t back to t-iit p.ill-y. "Is ll still In your hex ;it the hank?" he asked. "Oh, dear no," y:ld Mi.-'S Hipper with an airy wave nt liift linii. "I lerk It out. ever so long aifo and gav" It to my attorney, M". r lli'ln." ."h" emibln'! reinember Just when, but that happen ed bmg I. i'.i. the iti'.nvn firm p,tllo.a pd. "It imnit have hum in J.iae tr Success in Life depends on character, capacity, concentration and health. De velop the first three by all means maintain the last by the one best means BEECHAM'S PILLS Sold Everywhr.ro. In boxes 10c. tad 25e. periiip in ,lulyn:i! as Lit:' as aihuii." Iip said, snillln t. "Was there any eonsidera i ion mi your part for the Bifi of i:.ip niilouio. Idle ami the pulley?" nsked Ila.vs, "No," i.o i, Miss IIoiht, In a faint llille volci.. "They were glfls lo jou, were they?" "Tliey were, Ihey were," snhl she, eiu plinllca Hy. Mi'. Hays Inslsteil Hinl Miss Hopiier tell him till I Ii it t was said Hie day Ihe auto n ns given hpr, "I look no notes," she said, sharply, "f have given you nil of imporlanen, "P.ut liave ymi given a 11?" asked Hays. "Ali t Inlend lo. Most of the con versation was nboiil Hie car. I was craxy about It." When Miss Hopper Ipfl Ilie sland she slopped for a moment to bilk with A. it , Hrown. Holli Mnilrd. After she left a nolo was sent to llrnvvn from Ih reporters' talile. "When Is the event coining off?" The answer earn back In n hurry. "It's up lo Miss Hopper lo niiiiin the dnle, and sho hasn't nnmed It yet," FLORIO CASE IS ON Italian Charged With Attempted Murder on Trial in Criminal Superior Court. OCCUPIES ALL AFTERNOON , j up wllh n disappointment, for Major I Castro nnnoiincpd that his visit had no. lToseciill.m Flnlaliwl Defciwc Starts , lMng whatever to do wllh the polllleal tn I'nnp an Alibi nml u fnsc affairs nf Venezuela. "I expect to remain In New York of .Mistaken Identity. Inbuilt a month," said the major. "Af- terwnrd I shall go lo Purls and spend I the winter In Kurope. The trip Js The criminal stile of Hie superior j merely for ple iaure. I go lo enjoy my court was occupied yesterday after-j ""'f- That Is all. Many reports are! cl i'cii I tl I A,l ,n,i..,AtTi I n ir trttf lirnflinr ittnat noon wl'.h the trial of l.ulgl l-'lorto, " . ; , of them untrue,. You should not believe charged with aiault with attempt t:thein. murder. The case wns not finished at "Such statements always come from adjournment. ! 'nP Dutch, who seek tn misrepresent f-Mdeiu-p wa.i brought in by Ser- Reams Jtgne, nairoua ami r. untttn, and Patrolmen ,1. Oieshly nml Pow ers j - for a res', Just ns 1 am going lo K.u - establishing different point nf thojrnpn. It wa not because nf 111 health. complaint and the arrest. The num- joh. no. 'After my brother had had n ber nf police present made tht court suflli-lent rest, he returned to Caracas, look like police beadiiuarter, espe-1 n September 21, where he Is at pre - dally ns several guardlnnH nf the pence and detectives were In court on other purposes. The assault was alleged to have been committed on Antonio Hteplmnn on September " In front of n saloon on Hill street. The testimony of Stephnno told of a ipmrrcl w ith Kin - rlo's father-in-law. He and Klorlo bad words In a saloon, Stephnno j Inter wns running ! n lire at Silver and I'rince streets, when glass fell on hlm w hile passing Prince and , Hill streets. He slopped to Jabber at the people In the bouse, when Klorlo came j along and lilt him on the cheek, say - lug, "Cnrcaes, I'll abovv you." Ho then picked up his hat nnd started to run, when Klorlo pulled out a revolver jninl slio al him. j Thus ran Stephnno' story. niher witnesses wholly or partly corriibnral - ed this. V lirlo made a complete denial of nil of the point raised by the slate, nnd, furthermore, attempted to estab lish an alibi. Stale' Attorney William sp.nl a boig time In trv lug in ehow that Ihe man understood Kngllsh wpII enough lo d!ppisc with nn Interpreter. Met UMtKV ISW AT Ml ItT. I - - - . duty he does ll Appeals Say l-leclion IIMioprs, Must "i i,, , there will be no I rouble be I be VhiiiciI frmu Ills ,st. j tween my country and llollainl. All I this nnpleasan' iie.--a will clear away I A'l'i,n'. " n Til" "t 'I1- j short I v. We are not looking for war. peal, this afternoon rendered a .L"l-Ti. difference will he adlusled and jslon susialnlng Senator p. IP Met 'a rreii j f rl,.,lv relMilons restored. I fully he i In 1,1s contcnilon that Hie New Vm k 1lv .;, ,,, mih." city board of elections should appoint j . : the elect Inn oflleprs for Kings coiiu-v QCMiK STOPS ('DOCKS, i from ihe list he s ihuiltled for the t. ji-cinive roninilttee nr the inly com- ; r-:tm,.. Tn e re was no opinion aeeoni- panv lug Ihe decision, M which all the member" of ihe court emii-niTcd. ! I STIVMIOl s.; sl'.Tl'I.KMI' Vr. New York, Oct. 1.1, The reiiiljiitmenl commit Ipp of (he Wpslinglinuse Kleclrlc and Manufaciurliig comiianv nf which James X. Jarvie Is chairman, aniounc - el todjy thai Ihe Xalloiiai !'i,.rk hank, the rlmse Xntional bank and the Six - tli'iial Hank of Commerce ;i n I ihe New York I.lfe Insurance ,fc Trust coinpiiny have eacii agreed lo accept In settle- input of their claims ,"i'l per cent in con - ertlble bonds and .Ml per cent. n ,PW afenting stock of th unpniiy. "t I Now is the Winter of discontent made Glorious Summer a The H. CASTRO NOT SO ILL ! SAYS HIS BROTHER Major Carmelo Blames Dutch for Stories About Dictator j and Declares Errand Peaceful. ! COUNTRY PROSPEROUS, TOO Says ( nslrn Is ,, Tyrant. I'lnifiir Has Dlsnppcarcil. I'coidr Arc IliCppy nml War Is Impns Hlblc. New York, Oct. 13.- Major Carmelo Castro, brnl her of President C,.it f Venezupla, arrived from thai country today on the steamship .ulla, A report had preceded him lo Ihe effect Hint his purpose In coming to New i'ork wns lo form an artillery nn-ps for n.se on the! Venezuelan const defenses, In view of' tho Rlralneil relation between Vene zuela and Holland, and South sireet, ' I ever ready to allach slnlsier Import to l-umors, whlnpered beneath Its biviilh Hint exelllng developnienla might be expected, Hul Smith. Street, II seems, ni tint put him. They say, for Instance, that he i verv sick. ltldlculolis! He Irnveled to , ,nth for the purpose of recreation j ent. At no time during his Illness was there any enntomplntioti of turning over tha administration of the govern ment to the vice-president. There Is no: such coniemnlatoln now. President ! i 'astro Is perfectly well, and utile lo , stt'rlnlend tho work of hl. position. 1 "Contentment and peace reign ev-! ! erywhere In Venezuela and the country ! p, hnnnv nml prosperous tinder Ihe j President's beneficent rule, it Is re. I cognized that th-- old custom of Ven- : eziielnn President, lo think first of their own Interests and next nf those ,,f die comurv at large, has passed 'away. The bubonic plague wns sliimp- , ed ct two mnnlhs nvo. There are no (races nf it left. With Its disappcar- i nnc, the I(H symptoms of unrest and disturbance vnnlsbi'd, and business mmlltlonn throughout the country Im- ! proved. "Why do Americana believe thai ! Vi eshb-nt Castro la an eneinv to this country? He Is not. He never has been. He wishes yoii well In every thing that does put ihreaten In Injure Venezuela. A deduction from his con- irov ersl.-s with the I'lilted States, that i he I hostile lo them. Is all wrong. At i times my brother has been obliged to r tb fend the imprests of his own country, iwllleh Were nol those nf ( lui Pulled Slat. II Is his dul v. and when he sees Mexico Clly l-'cels- Shock l4itug Tort) Seismils Uillioiil Damage, Mexico Clly, del. 13. All earth-1 ipiake lasting forty second), was felt last night at l:.i:i o'clock. Clocks slopped, but the Intensity of the ahock was insultlclent to cnu.se any damage. ! Salt Uike City. I'lah, Oct, 1.1. A rather severe ea rt luiua ke shock was ; i-ecorded by tiie Instruments of the j i l'nlver.sty nf I'lah here last night. i ' The first shock occurred at 1::2 p. i in. nnd was violent for about twenty : minutes A secondary shock occur-j i red one hour and a half later. Krotn i i Hie fact that there were a few pre-' Umlnary waves, u .shock Is believed ' I to have been close at hand. I J?.Ba.Ml M. Billiard WX-BOUGLAS1 THE BEST 3,50 SHOES' F0R WEN W. L. DOUGLAS MAKES AND SELLS MORE MEN'S $3.50 SHOES THAN ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD, The reason W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoe are worn by more men in all walks of life than any other make is because I give the wearer the benefit of the most complete organization of skilled shoemakers in this country, who receive the highest wages paid in the shoe industry and whose workmanship cannot be ex celled. The selection of the leathers and other materials for each part of the shoe and every detail of the making is looked after by specially trained experts in every department. If I could take you into my large factories at Brock ton. Mass.. and show vou how carefully W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes are made, you would then understand why they hold mnff h their shape, fit better, wear longer, and fXLJrruiVlA are of greater value than any other make. W.I.DOUGUIS $4.00 GILT EDGE SHOE Cannot Bo Equalled at Any Price W. U DOUGLAS BOYS' SHOES $1.7S AND $2.00. JUST THE SAME AS MY MEN'S S3.50 SHOES. 1 lit. SAME LEA I W. L. Doulu Dftm and Dries ! it&nDd on hlla PrkM uid inferior uou. 1NBIBI CFON Tit't dolor P.vrlrtt utr if ttrrlHitifly. Catalog Frtt. W. 1. DOVdhAH, Bronklon, iftu W. L, DOUGUS SH3E STORE IN NEW HAVEN: 870 Chapel Street. New University Garage. I two r j $5"1 68 St. Jollll StT66t. , " ! 'PHONE 1087-2. Location of garage I oxorllmt nnd central. Ask for "Comer of St, John and 91lve Streets" and yon are there. The building was built expressly for nn unto garage and auto factory. The gentleman In charge Is an auto expert. Full line of auto supplies. (iAItACiK NEVER CIjOSEI). Gardner E. Wheeler, Proprietor. THE B UCH1GHAM ROIJTH COMPANY. 1 W M -si MM FACTCRKKS OP GOLD SHEET IRON RADIATORS Our factory facilities In i and practical experience in large and small contracts give oui-. tomers assurance of reliable suggestions and careful estimates. We are pleased to refer to some of the finest work in this city. 151 Court St. Tel. 255 A nenr ranee l a enntimkerons . hunt expeiislve -nil nmio.i inn. II niie'l rook cp lieni, ..nn eiin'l ntii liile II, II nie.'iiis nelhliia hot illseon lenl. This lnler l.nv ll "f.len neoil." II ine'Mis siicccwk, cionlorl nml ceniinm.v In Hie kilclii n. v When we talk "Glenwood" we know whereof we speak. This is absolutely the best range on the market. It will heat, bake, cookdo anything a range is expected to do, do it economically and do it well. The range is absolutely guaranteed by the manufacturers to do these things. A carload (about 65) just received. Sold over 100 this fall. Every size, every price. Prices Low. Terms Easy. Come in and See Them. Co 58 3J W3.50 SHOES) 1 HLKS. tUK 91.75 AINU Z.UO. th bottom, which Drotcti tho wctirtr I HAVINli THEM. TAKE HO SOBSTII rn vxens. 121-123 Olive Street. OUR SPECIALTIES: Heating by Steam. Hot Water, Hot Air. ALSO Sanitary Plumbing, Tin and Sheet Iron Workers. Cornices, Skylights AND Coppersmithing. these several lines and our long - 60 Orange St.