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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1908.
New Haven's
Most Reliabli
Store
A Great Reduction Sale
OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
Mfodlel
lf This group of fifty or
more exclusive Gowns are
among the handsomest we
have had this season.
H We've Reduced the Suits
to the Cost of the material.
You who buy them may
be secure in the fact that if
the first modist in the land
had made them, the materi
als, down to the most insigni
ficant detail, could not be
of finer grade.
fl They were designed by
one of the highest class
tailors in the country exclu
sively for us so that no du
plicate of your gown can
confront you.
Cost Price and
Less on Every
Costume Here.
We illustrate with
a brier price detail;
,1 Catawba Broadcloth Suit, in Directoire style.
A $55.00 Suit, reduced to 838,00
1 Taupe Chevron Suit, Directoire style, in imported model elegantly con
bined with satin;
A $65.00 Suit, reduced to 45.00
1 Edison Blue Broadcloth Directoire Suit, an imported model.
A $45.00 Suit, reduced to $35.00
(1 in Ctawb f same broadcloth)
1 Navy blue two toned Serge Suit, imported model, handsomely trimmed
A $45.00 Suit, reduced to $30.00
1 Black Chiffon Broadcloth Directoire Suit, with Persian trimming.
A $65.00 Suit, reduced to $45.00
1 Wisteria Broadcloth Suit, a French model.
A $65.00 Suit, reduced to $45.00
Fine Long Coat Suits, English Worsted Suits, grey effects chiefly.
$35.00 and $37.50 Suits, reduced to $25.00
'itaUtlfy Thebest shoes in the world Tor the moneyand as stylish as they
are good. $8.00, $3.50 and U.00 J
2
THE FAMOUS SHOE FOR WOMEN-
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TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
IFAIR HAVEN NEWS
Thanksgiving at the Schools
Principal Graves and a Corps
of Bo3rs Distribute Goods
Donated by the Pupils.
Tin- nnnuiil Thanksgiving festivities
nt Strong school, which were begun
yesterday, will lift concluded to-day.
Yesterday afternoon In t ho kinder
garten, .llss 1nnprtry had arranged
nn Interesting entertainment for the
j emaller children, which was thornugii
. ly enjoyed. There was n spread of
I nice things for t ho little ones ami the
telling of Tnanksglvlng stories, Ami
gamei wore played. A feature was a
grandpa nii: a grandma, who thor
oughly pleased 1 1 1 children. To-dav
i at 9 a. m. thorp will n similar en
tertainment for the larger children of
this d. pa rl merit, an I there will ln
hri-f exorcises In several of tie other
rooms of the school.
Lite yesterday afternoon Superin
tendent Craws with a corps of boy
(assistants began th" distribution of
Jt:ie provisions donated hy th. children
land thirty dejo-n ing families were re-
meinli.TcJ. They w..re thoroughly
surprised and very Rrateful for the
i rellli'llilirnilees. K:l, l family received
two li. edicts of potatoes, one basket
, of apple and one basket of groceries.
: And besides all this there was a fund
of $12.0 contributed hy t!ie children
In the pi nny march, which Is to he
us d in buying s iocs. Mr. Craves os
, tlm.lt: . I la.-:t evening that the total do-
nations would amount to fully $ S 0
This is a very liberal donation.
The schools Hill close nt noon to
day for Thanksgiving acntion and
V reopen next Mondav,
Superintendent Mulvey posted a
number of letters as uncalled for mi
the bulletin board at station A last
owning This lust 'is very much
smaller than the phenomenally bis
list of last week. The advertised let
ters lire addressed to Corn-go l Muck
ing lam. ,1. I'otw ino7.kl, Stefan S;:klvo.
wi-k. an l William Strong.
It was pretty busy at the markets
and grocery stores yesterday In mak
ing the usually large sales fir
Thanksgiving and tliere was a season
of preparation also In many a house,
hold for the great New Kngland fe"
tlval. The market a"e very well
storked vit:i poultry. Trices of the
bos; turkovs range from 24 to 2x
t'i'nl? per pound; good fowls sell for
I1 cents, chickens 20 cents, geese at
1 s cents, a nil ducks at 20 cents per
poun I.
PERSONAL NOTES
Mr. find Mrs. Fred Jackson of 55
Stanley street have returned from a
very enjoyable trip to the Hermuda Islands.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Messlnger of
Whalloy avenue will have, their son,
air. C. Raymond Messlngor of Chicago,
Tale '05, with them during; the coming
;week.
Order Your
- Thanksgiving
Dessert
Have These Miniature
Turkeys Done in Our
Delicious Ice Cream.
Makers of Peerless Frozen
Desserts, Puddings, Mousses
and Frappes.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osternian have
announced the, engagement of their
only daughter, Miss Aline Ostermnn,
to Mr. Alexander Schneider, Yale '02 S.
Miss Marlon Mossman of 75 Orange
street Is entertaining Miss Fllzaheth
Wellington of New York city. Miss
Mossman and Miss Wellington
classmates at Vnssar.
arc
There will he no rehearsal of the Peo
ple's choral union on Thursday, It be
ing Thanksgiving day, but the rehear
sal will he held on Friday evening at
City Mission hall at. R o'clock. Master
Clark of Trinity church choir will sing
during the Intermission.
THE HARRIS HART CO.
Order Early.
Call 774,
Frledens lodge of Teutonla Maonner
Chor, held a verv enjoyable dance last
evening at their rooms In Chapel I
street. There was a program of 1R
dances which was enjoyed by a large
number of members and their friends.
The committee in charge nf the ar- !
ra.ngometits was made up of the fol- :
lowing gentlemen: W. Wiegardt, ,t. F.
Ro.mpfer, l.nrenz Bonn, Frank Sehnla, .
P. Seem uel lor. Peter rfloger, r . Ship
pert. .7. Rrneiilg.
Members of the floor committee were:
IA. O. Metss. manager; W. K. Rich, as
sistant; Fred Schneider, John F. Ruth.
Henry Schmidt, William Rluemel, ( it to
Schenck and F. F. Frey.
On the ladles' committee were Mrs.
h. Bohn, Mrs. A. Kanneglosser, Mrs.
A (). Metr, and Miss Marie Ilempfer,
Km City council, No. 25, Knights of
Columbus wll hold their anniversary
hall and reception tonight in Harmonic
hall.
their families are cordially Invited to
he present. Mrs. Max'iAdler l.s at the
head i I' the committee of arrange
ments. Vasal catarrh, an inflammation of
the delicate membrane lining I he air
passages, Is not cured by any mixture
taken into the sinniach. Pon't waste
time on them. Take Kly's Cream Halm
through the nostrils, so that Ihe fev
ered, swollen tissues are n ached at
once. Never mind how long ; mi have
suffered nor how often you iave been
disappointed, we know Kly's Cream
Halm is Ihe remedy you should use,
All druggists, rifle. Mailed by Kly
Hros., Ml Warren si reel, Vw York.
stati: rito'ii: or nv iii;n;n.
Columbus, II., Nov, 24. -The su
premo court to-day decided against
the committee appointed ' hy the last,
legislature to Investigate the affairs of
Cincinnati.
gfjSfe Marine Rncnr" 83.
;i:m:km. mhiitim; m; s.
iblo Inland, N. S., Nov. 2 I. - Si en in
ert. In, liheipool and (jueensiowii
I'ollillllllili'Ml Ion
here when sis'
This
is evening the ladies of the Mish-
'ikan Israel Aid society will give a mus
lcale at the Temple. All members und
Sal:
or Tv
tor i'e.-inii. m wireless
wllh 1 In Marconi si 1 1 ion
m LI is a lien iii at ii ; I ,'i a. tn.
l.lz.irri, N"V. 2'.. Stemner oe'eanle,
New Vurk for riyitiotit h, Cluo'boii rt;
and Southampton. '".i7 miles west il
ln;?,i' n. in. Will prohahiv reach ply.
mouth i I n i ii t ":?,l a. in. Wednesday.
ClbniltHV, Nov. 24. - Arrived : Steinn
r i's i mlarliiii. Montreal I not previously ,
Pretorlaii, Moui re a I.
Clieriiotii'g. Nov, 2.T. -V rrived : Steam
er Hlnei her. New York via Plymouth
for llainhiirc. land proceeded!.
Po'cinon. Nov. 21. Arrived: Steamer
Kaiser Wilhelui der lirosse, New York
via I'lviniiiilh and I'lniUourg.
Iloirlcatix, Nov. 21. Sailed: Steamer
( 'a 1 1 1' en hi , New York.
('HhhuKnti. Nov 24. Arrived: Sir.
I'nlli il Sin les, New Yolk.
Locally Th inks'-'h Ing day promises
to pas: ii'-i iHietl. The .'t.itliu A
will be close 1 at noon and business
Mill be 'inttc g.-nerillv siispeiidi'd, al
t'louuh most of the st ins will be open
In the ev ening. One thr. f,-turr-.i of
the day. which will prove inter, sting
to smile of the ; oung population, wll!
be the dinner to be given by Un
christian Army to about ."iOO children
at the army home. K4 Kxchatu-e
street, This will be a most comuiend
ab'e ciarity. Th" day will be ob
served as usual at the Home for th''
I'riendhss In Clinton avenue. Th-re
will be a special dinner for th" In
mates, anl the anniversary will lie
made a pleasant snclall.x as possible.
The markets ar- fairly well supplied
with poultry and sales are reported a.
s.ulsi'aetorv , although to-day will be
the irreat day of the poultry sab'. Al
Ihoiigi It is rather late for football,
if Me day Is pleasant It Is expect-d
there will ho several small games. As
n-mal. many people will come here for
the day and quite n number are ex
)iect" to leave on visits to relatives
and friends,
I'tilmi Thanksgiving services will b'
held in the Crand Avenue Congrega
tional church Thursday morning at
1 rt : 30. The sermon will bo preached liy
Hoy. Ivlgar (V Tutlar of the Fast
Pearl Street M. K. church and the lo
cal pastors will assist In the services.
There will he Thanksgiving services
and an appropriate sermon at (iraco P.
Iv church on Thursday at H:"0 a. in.
Rev. ijoorgo A. Alcott and family
will go to Ansonla to visit Mr. Aleotl's
parents to-morrow.
There was n large attendance at the
funeral of the late Sylvester Cllb rt of
No, 21 Woolsey street, held 111 (iracO
P. K, church yesterday afternoon. The
services wore conducted by the rector
of the church, Rev. Hieorge A. Alcott.
There was a delegation In Attendance
from Motitowoso lodge, J. n. O. F., and
three memlx'rs of the lodge and three
of the officers of the church were the
bearers. The Interment was in the
Westvllle cemetery,
Superintendent Heede made a call at
Strong school yesterday afternoon. The
superintendent was much pleased with
the generous donations of the pupils
for Thanksgiving and said It was an
ejcoell' nt custom.
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been vlHltlng with his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. ,1, II. King of Fair Ha
ven, having come down to attend tha
big football game,
The Misses Mae and Rose Dawson ,)f
Chapel street, are visiting tn Hartford.
Maurice O'Connor Is recovering from
an attack of typhoid fever at. his home
in Chapel street.
Among the festivities for Thanksgiv
ing day will be the mietlng of the
Sunshine Social dub In the evening, at
which time It Is expected two can
didates will be Initiated.
The worst fog of the season was tha' i
nf yesterday morning. It. was very ,
dense and the trolley cars had to us" !
headlights until quite late. It was very i
dlttlcult for boats to navigate and they j
had to run with extreme caution and,
keep u)i an almost continual blast of !
steam whistles.
WEEK END TRIPS
Do you know that throughout NEW
ENGLAND are the most accessive and
attractive localities for these ONE OR 4
TWO-DAY TRIPS?
You may go by rail or boat and the
trip may be rounded out by trolley
rides, or innumerable drives.
Why not get ready and plan one and
see for yourself HOW ATTRACTIVE
THIS SECTION fs! "
NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN k HARTFORD R. R,
4 -H-4-H--f--H- f-H--i--H--h-f-h-i---HH-'f-f-i--f-f-f-H--
Conductor Jordan of the Urand ave.
nue trolley line will spend his Thanks
giving at bis former homo in Jersey
City.
i; i,im mxuim; isdtkv.
New I ... 1 1. 1 n n . Nov. L'4. -Sailed: S'li.
l.orliiB' C Ballard for Newport News.
Relir-eea i. Wlhlliiu for St on I ii g I on , .VI",
Tug Ijaltl'f, wllh three, barges humid
easl,
For the benefit of St. Anthony's guild
mi apron and cake sale was hold nt
Ihe home of Mrs. F. TV handy, No. 31
Mn It by place, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. J. Sixer have
returned from a visit In New York
stale.
K, H. Tolles, a Harvard student, lias
Internal Revenue Commissioner It. i. I
Katon of Montmvi se went to I'mvi-.
donee Monday to attend the dell-atloti
of a new postodlce building.
Mrs. D. J. Clark of Fast Haven, w ho ;
has been at the .New Haven hosplt il '
for a month, will return to her home,
to-day, as she Is much Improved In '
health. ;
A very pleasant event took place
Monday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick llrockett, It hflni;
their tenth marriage anniversary.
About twenty-five of their friends call- ;
ed. There were games, dancing ami I
singing. Several line gifts were re
ceived hv the couple.
Tin: I'Ho.i'ix ;it I
Why sing the legends of the Holy I
c.rail.
The dead Crusaders nf the Sepulcher, 1
While these men live? Are the great
bards 'all dumb?
Here Is a vision to shake I he blood of
Song. i
And make Fame's watchman tremble, j
at his post.
What shall prevail against the spirit.
of man,
When cold, the lean nnd snarling wolf
of hunger, !
The threatening spear of Ico-malled
Solitude, i
Silence, and Space, and ghostly footed i
Fear
Prevail not? Dante, In his frozen
hell.
Shivering, endured no bleakness lifio. j
the void
These men have' warmed with their,
own flaming will, j
And peopled with their dreams Tho
wind from fierce- ;
Arcturns In their faces, at their backs.
The whip rif the world's doubt, and in!
their souls I
("mirage to die If death shall be the:
price
i if that cold cup that shall assuage
their thirst.
They climb, and fall, and stagger
toward the goal. i
Thev lay themselves the road whereby .
they travel. j
nd sue (iod for a franchise. Poos!
lie watch
I'ohind the lattice of the boreal lights?
In that Orall-chapel of their stern-
vowed ipiest,
Ninety of i bid's long paces toward the
north,
Will they behold the splendor of His
face ?
To compter tho world must mnn re
nounce the world .
Those have renounced tt, nan yo
only faith
Ye might move mountains, said tho
Nirarcno.
Why, these have faith tn move tho
zones of ma n
out to the point where All and Noth
ing meet.
They catch the bit of Death between
their teeth
In one wild dash to trample the un
known And leap the gates of knowledge.
They have dared
F,ven to defy tho sentinel that guards
The doors of the forbidden dared to
hurl
Their breathing bodies after tho Ideal.
That like tho heavenly kingdom must
bo taken
Only by violence. The star that leads
The loader of this quest has held tho
world
True to Its orbit for a million years.
And shall he fall? They never fail
who light
Their lamp of faith at the unwavering
. flame
Burnt for the altar service of the Kace
Since the beginning, Ho shall lind
the strange
The white Immaculate Virgin of the
North.
Whose steady gaze no mortal ever
dared,
Whose Icy hand no human ever
grasped.
In the dream silence and the solitude
She waits ami listens through the cen
turies For one Indomitable, destined soul.
Horn to endure the glory of her eyes
And lift his warm lips to the frozen
C.rail.
Klsa Marker in Current. Literature.
The speed of automobiles Is control
led al crossiiiKs In a Chicago suburb
with considerable ?urcem by Ihe cie.i
ilon of ' lianiiiniclt '-( the road hy rais
ing the siilewau crossing above tic
road level.'
The Route to FLORIDA
Saves you money. Offers every comfort of home. AH
outside staterooms, steam heated, ventilated and well lighted
Broad promenade decks. LARGE NEW SHIPS. Meals
at regular hours. Tickets include meals and berth.
Fr ttckiti, rmrvitlm mi
tilling itu, ctll tr writ!
.!. f. 1IORTOX.
Passenger Tronic Mgr.
IMer 35, North River,
New York City.
Ik A A
yhimiiiiiiMmD)
9 -
Starin's N. Y. &N.H. Line,
DAILY KXCEPT SATURDAY.
iMir:;i:rt a.m KitKt;HT srcm ick
Leaves New .Haven 9:00 p. m.. Slarln
Tier, foot of Urown Btreet. Leavit
New York n0 p. m Cortlandt Strer.
I ter No. J ?., N, R. Fare 7Sc.. excursion
tl-kets JI.26. Rooms . Tko Chap
n Street cars to Brewery itreet.
C. II. MSIircn. Airent,
New Haven. Con
Atlas Cruises
JAMAICA
WEST INDIES
PANAMA
SOUIH AND
CENTRAL
AMERICA
Weekly by new MOO ton
IMIIV, SiTKlMF.ni
of tho Atlas Service
21 and ln
l -jr. nnd SI la nml lip
Also Tours Incl. alt ex
penses. IS to 25 days,
$105 to J'J.'iO.
KXCKI.I.KN'T HOTKI. A(' ' IMMOOA-
I Ii INS IN JAM AK'A
ii mm it;-m'.nn N i,ik
II-1.1 HltOAIIW , v. v.
Svveezev Kelsey, 1"2 Church St.;
.las. II. Parish & Co., 86 Orange St.
HAMBURG-ftMERIC&N
l.ombm I'arls Hanihiirg;
Amerlka Nov. 'Jfi 'Ratavla . .Nov. 2S
To Hamburg direct.
I. IIH'HIiar -tuples i.rnon
.Aimi ie. i lee. .a nru 1 1 .
Hamburg. Jan. 5. Feb. t(.
lleiilK liliind o Hilly l-'eh. 0.
Oltloe. IS II nnr, . Y m- 'ir.v 'ocal sf.
Sweezev Kelsey, 102 .Church St.;
.las. II. Parish ft Co.. 86 Orange st.
(.lorn
ITALY
White Star Line
NEW YORK-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL
Arable. Deo. 12,
C etlle, llec. III.
Ilnllle. Xov. 2S
I (-(trie, IH-r. ft.
PLYMOUTH-CHERBatlRS-SOUTHAMPrOM
rtrlatle. Hoc. 2. I (lernnle, Iler. III.
Majeslle, llee. 0. I Teutonic, IM-e. 2!l.
BOSTON-QUEENSiOWN-LIVERPOOL
I'tlfcl 'I'niu Seretv Mull Sleiimrra,
of 1 1. Ill" to in.sun Ions.
Cymric, I !, 111:30 a. m., Jan. 1.1, 3
SLV'SS- ITALY & EGYPT
V in Wares, Mnilrlrn nod (.thritltnr.
Republic. Nav. 2X, .Ian. 22. Mar. Ii.
Romanic, Per1. 5. .Ian. .In, Mar. 16, Apr. 21
Orotic. Hoc. in, .Ian. 16, Feb. 27, Apr. 3.
Canople, .Ian. 2, Feb. 13. Mar. 27.
priiDlf -Ma" Tims, -'an. I).
UtUnib ,iirKrsl In Ihe Tniile.Feb. tD.
For plans, etc, apply to Company
.IHlce, 0 Broadway, N. V., or 3i State St.,
India Building, Boston, or to Swec,9J
& Kelsey, 102 Church street, Rlshop
Co., 185 orance street; J. II. I'arlsh A
Co., 80 Orange street, New Haven.
AMERICAN LINE
l'h iiioiiIIi Cherbourg Soul hnniiln
From New York Saturdays at. 10 a. ni.
i M. Paul. .. .Nov. 2S I St. I .mils. I ee, 1 2.
I .New York. .Dec. 5 I Phlla. flee. 19.
RED ST AM LINE
XKW 10IIK AWTWRIir PARIS
I roin p Vurk Kiiliinlnss nl II n. in.
'"eland, lee. 2. YarlerlRiid. ec, 23.
Flnhind, I iee, Hi, I Ivroonlnnd. Dee. 30,
Ofllee, 0 llrondwiij-, Nf York i-lty,
Tiers I I nnd in, . II.. X. V. City, Rlsh-
oi A Co., 1ST. Orr.nge St., M. Zunder &
Sons. 2l! State St.; ,. H. rafish & Co.,
86 Orange St.; Sweeney & Kelsey, tO'J
Church St., New Haven. eod tt
TO WKl) TO-MORROW.
TlmnksgdvliiK Hay Cereinoiiy at Har
monle Hall.
The wedding of Miss Sarah Lapldes,
daughter f Mr. and Mrs. 8. Lapl.les,
and Julius Spier, both of. this city,
will take place Thanksgiving evening
at. Harmonic hall. The ceremony w
' be (lerformed by Rabbi Rosen and
llablii Havid Levy at. 6 o'clock. A
t large number of their friends Is cx-
iocu'd lo be present,
fjew York
Jsjew Haven
ffatlroai.
ononmi 20. iiios.
For .w irk 'i.lo, 4:45, x?:86,
S:00, xs:!n, li;3.i, 1.1:3') a. m.. i2:'i3,
iilUS. "1:33, 2:01, 3;il. (1-4 ; 1 S. 5:01,
ii:03, kmii. 7:03, 7:50, I8:18, 9:01.
p. in. Sundays 4:15, 4 : 4 5, xl:52,
::3:i. a. m., xl2:00, 1:55, 2:1, 8:51,
6:01, x6:U, 6:lo, 7:U3, 7 :60, 9:01,
p. in.
For Washington tin llnrlem River
l:Oo p. m., '12:1111, night, dally.
For niiNlnii vln lit fit. nnd Willi.
Hiai;; a. in... '4:03 p. in. i
For lloRton tin Pruvldpncc 2:12a.
2:51. 7:47, lll:42, a. in., Hi Mia, j 1 2 :J42.
2:5, 1:20, '1:55, ij6:42, 7:05 p. Jm.
Sun 2:20. '2:51, a. ni 12:;5, "253,
4:55. 7:ii5 p. in, I
Kr llnslon vln J-prliigflelil I :10,
11:15 a. in., 1 : 7. 5:44 p. 111. Sunl
I :lfl a. in., 1 :47, 5:44 p. m." 1
For Hartford, SnringArlil x4 :0i 7:t,
a. in., xl:00, x5:0o, xS:t p. ni. Sun.Vr
x9:5. a, in.; x.S:IO, x!:20 p. in.
For Willlmniille 7:35 a. in., 12:5S,
6:17 p. m. Sun. 7:20 p. ni.
For Mielliiirne Fulls 7:41 a. in., 12:2) 1
(tn New Hartford), 4:01, 6:00 p. in. (to
Westtlcldl. 1
For Mnsled 6:48. (via Nangntuek t
June, i, !i:32 a. in., 2:35, 5:45, 7:40 p. m.
Sun. --8:25 a. in., 6:45 p. in.
For I'lttsfielil, Fie. a5:56, 9:31, a. m
4:15 p. in. Sun. a7:52 a. m.
For Mlelifleiil 9:32 a. in., 4:15 p. m.
Sun. n7:52 a. ni.
a Via Rridgeport
KxpresH trains, x Local express.
I'arlor car limited, s Saturdays.
feNew Haven Line
WW voiiK. 1'MK
SOUTH AU WKit
lav nation FOR
Cfr KA REV B EDUCED,
STKAMKK RICH AUO PECK.
From New Haven Leavo Bell Docll
dally, exce pt Mondays, 1:30 a. ni.
From New York Leava Pier 28, Fast
River; near Catherine at., 3:00 p, m.;
dally except Sundays. Time between
New Haven and New York about llvo
hours.
Tickets and stateroom at Bishop A
Co.s. 185 Orange street, also at Bella
L"oV ,i"d S'.eamr.
OKO. C. BLACK, Agent, New Haven.
F. C. COLEY. A. O. P. A.. New York.
FRENCH LINE.
c;aminnle (iruernle Trnnsniiuiii.qua,
Direct Line to HA VKU f-f AK1S, JTrano.
galling every THUKSDAlf, 10 a m.
From l'ler 42, North Rlvar,
Nw York.
La I'rovence Nov. 26
La Lorraine Ifi. 3
"La Tout'iilne, Oec. 1)
La Bretagne IPt-'' J
La Provence . . . L0- It
La Lorraine I'''0' 31
Twin-screw steamer.
JtlK IAI. tlKPHITI RK
New Twin Screw S. S. 'Thlenwo," He.,
eember 12, noon, from l'ler 61 .N. L
foot YV. 44tli st.
tienrrnl Aenoy, 10 SIMe Street. N. Y,
rPly to French Line. 19 State St., N. T.
or Sweewty A Kelsey, 102 Church St..
Rlshop Co.. 13 Orange St
Parish A Co.. 36 Oranca St
THE PECK & BISHO? 00.
Main Offices, 153-185 Union (itreoX
Branch OnVes, Passi-nupr Depot,
25 Union Street,
FURNITURE MOVING,
PIANO MOVING,
BAGGAGE EXPRESS,
FURNITURE PACKING,
STORAGE WAREHOUSE.
Boot facllllles for moving Snfe,
Machinery, KninvM, vie. If you hovu
nnythliiK tc move lei us quote prices.

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