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THE MOBBING JOURNAL -COURIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1908.
DOINGS IN REALTY Paper. Filed Te.t.rday in the Office of the Town Clerk. Quit Claim. 'Margaret .1, Sullivan to James ArtarriHon f t ux., Nlcoll street, 45 feet. Lnmaa & Nettloton to Asron Fowler, Whittlesey avenue, 130 feet. Thomas Krlrk t ux to Bilws.nl Farrell et ux., Wt Portsea street, DO feet. Wallace A. Butrlrks et n)., to Harriet M. Gilbert, Columbus avenue, 44 feet. Addition Van Name et ux., to Bridget E. O'Brien, Oak wlreet, 72 feet. Wlirinnty Peed. Thomas rVHrlen et al., to Louis Caplur et ul "Ward street, 41 feet, Wallace A. nutricks.it al., to Theo dore J. Peck, Howard avenue, 81 feet. Hannah Floyd to (Mary ft. Doyle e-t al., Ailing street, 25 feet. Abraham Podolnff to Mox alngold, State Mreet, (17 feet. Samuel Ladensky et ux.. to Jacob Polnyes, (ink street, 36 feet. Mortgage. Theodore J. Heck to Ella P. Country man, Howard avenue, 81 feet, $:i,R00.. Edward Farrell et ux., to New Ila en Pavlnga bank, West Pnrtseu Street, 80 feet, $1,300. Samuel 'Marcell et ux., to Maria Mnoeua, Oak Htreet, 47 feet, $220. LouIr Cnnlan et al., to William H. .T. O'Brien, Ward street, 41 feet, $1,500. Jacob Polayes to Samuel I.adonsky el UX Aroh street, 35 feet, $H40.24. Corlllleiilo of Allnchinent. Franklin Knight vs. Roswell F. Hur wcll, Fairmont avenue, US feet, $100. 1ls Pendens. Norman 1.. lmd, guardian of Lewis II. Downs, vs. Robert Enskn et als., F.ld str. it, 34 feet. liuilillng Permits. L. Caplnn & Sons and L. Levinr, six family tenement, Ward street, near Oak. Feter Proholm, residence, Miller street. W. A. Warner, one-family brick resi dence, H. finnan street. Perle Holstelu, ten-family tenement and stores, Prince street at Liberty, John J. Connor, West Head street, frame house, one-family. Jolm J. Connor, frame addition to tore, 139 Butler Htreet. OBITUARY NOTES I'lcnnnra Torgerson. .' Eleanor Torgrersnn died at her home, 41 Admlrnl street. Tueslay evening, after Severn I .weeks' Illness. The fun eral ervr-;i ,vlll he held at her hite home, 41 Admlraf street, Thursday lift ernoon at 2:!to o'clock. The Interment will he In Westvllln cemetery. ErneKllnei O. Bmllh. Ernestine C. Smith, widow of John A. Smith, died at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Christian Strelt. 2S! (julnulilnc avenue, yesterday mornlnt. after n few days' (lines. The time of the funeral service will be announced later. Anna E. Heche. Anna R. Beohe. wife of Aloniso H. Heche, died at her home, Bij William riirui, fnit:, ii.i.v in.', "uneltti SMI- vices will he held Friday afternoon at 2:3) o'clock. 1 DEATHS. RKEBK-rn this city, December 30, Anna K. Bcehe. wife of Alonio 8, Bcebe. A (red 73 years. Funeral services at her home, Rfl Wil liam street, Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial at convenience of family. d3t 3t FRENCH -In this city. December 28. 1908. KlIAa H. nirkerman, wife nf Oeorge E. French. - Funeral services will be held st her late residence. No. 2S8 Alden avenue, on Thursday afternoon at half-past two o'clock. Friends are Invited to attend. d29 St JEWETT Tn this city, December SO. 1908, Joseph Waldo Jewett, M. D., In the finth year nf his aire. Funeral services will be held at Lewla Maycock's mortuary chapel, No. 1110 Chapel street, on Friday after noon at 3 o'clock. Friends are In vited to attend. d31 It. RMITH In this city. December 30, Ernestine, Smith, widow of John A, Smith, aged 78 years, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Christian Strelt, 289 Qulnnlplao avenuo. Notice of funeral hereafter. d31 1t TORGE-RSON In this city, December 29, 1908, Eleanor Torgerson, wife of Torwald Torgerson, aged 60 years. Funeral services at her home. 41 Ad miral street, Thursday afternoon at h-alf-pas-t two o'clock. Friends ere Invited to attend. d31 It The expense Incident to funeral ser. vice Is many times n lienvy burden, oc curring as It often does unexpectedly nnd lifter long periods nf Illness. It I our deslra to be known it considerate In our charges, nnd especially thought, fill of tba ninny enres nnd respnnsllilll. ties which ft must necessarily assuni nn such occasion. GRAHAM A HAYES, 10M Chapel St, MRS. J. WILLIAM KENNEY, Family Representative In House of Mourning-. Affiliated With the Leading Undertaker. TELEPHONE 9288-4. Clean House -By the Genuine Vacuum System and it will be done right. Don't throw your money away on toys with one or two inches of vac uum when it requires from 12 o 20 inches to do the work. THE Vacuum Cleaner Go, Rugs, Carpets, Fumiinro Cleaned Without Removal, TEL. 2700. SfATE RED CROSS MAKES AN APPEAL Mrs. Sara T. Kinney Issues Statement Calling for Funda for Italy's Sufferers. COMMITTEE IS NAMED Person to Whom Contributions May Pe Senfr Named of Those WIio Give to Re Published In , Newspapers, .'Hartford, Pec. 80. Mm, Sara T. Kinney, date secretary of the Red Cross socletv, to-day Issued the follow ing appeal In behalf nf the victims of the earthquake In Sicily and southern Italy: To the People nf Connecticut: The appalling' catastrophe by earth quake and flro which ha-s Just over whelmed a friendly notion, calls for profound sympathy, and Immediate re lief measures from every part of the world. This country will do Its whole duty, and Connecticut will not shirk Its share of whatever con and my he done to relieve the distress of strick en Italy, Thn National Red Crass has Issued an append to Its stnte branches for contribution of money to he telegraphed without delay to the proper authorities, The stilts secretary of the Red Cross has received the following tele gram from tlh national Ri.i Criv secretary, dated from the war ilepnrl ment, Washington, i, C: . I "Issue Immediate appeal for money I contributions for Italian earthquake j relief." The Connecticut branch of the Na tional Red Cross reiterates this ;ip peal to the citizens of our common wealth anil confidently looks for gen erous contribution! from the men, women and children of Connecticut who have not forgotten the shock and stress of our own gre.it national calamity on the Pacific ona.st, nor t.ie swift sympathy nnd amide nh that camn to u.s from over the sens, To facilitate the business the I'on nectlcut Red Cross has designate, a Hta.te committee as follows, to receive contributions and forward the .same at the earliest possible moment to Ihe treasurer of the Connecticut Red Cross: Richard 11 Cole. P. n. praivcr lis, Hartford. Conn., who will tele graph th amounts to the National Red Cross n Washington: Richard H. Cole, p. . drawer B.I, Hartford, Conn.; H. W. Conklin. ! Central How, Hartford, Conn.; Mrs. V. T. Cheney, South Manchester. Conn.; Thomas Hooker, in Church street, New Haven; Colonel II. If. Weasels, Lltchlleld; Dr. W. C. Wile, Panhury; Judge John H. Light. South N'orwnlk; Schuyler Merritt. Stamford; Morris W. Seymour, Bridgeport; Miss Mary R. Ivlppon, Fairfield; Mrs. An toinette Rnn Wood, Simwhiivj ; Frank J. leavens. Norwich; Walter Learned, New London; If. H. Rridgman, Nor folk; V. T. Maxwell, flockvllle; Hon. T. Mi-P. Russell, Mlddlefown; K. H. Chamberlain, New Britain; Mrs. .1. Camp. Wlnsted; Charles II. Rlsseii, Southlngton: Otis S. Northrop, Water bury; Guilford Smith, South Wind ham; Hon. Alton Farrel, Ansnnln; Rev. Charles P. Croft, Weatogue; 11. Wales Lines, Merirten; Hon. !;aae W. Brooks'. Torrlngton. Appeals for contributions should be made In local newspapers throughout the state, to which should ho added name and address of the local treas urer of this special relief fund. The nmes nf contributors, with amounts given, shouM he printed every day or two In order that the general public may be kept In touch with the won derful relief movement now In pro gress from Maine to California, "lie gives twice who gives cheerfully." SARA T. KINNKY. flecretary Connecticut Red Cross. If you did not receive a pair for Christmas yon missed the comfort of your life, for they certainly are the best "all around" shoe made for women and children. Women's cost $3.50 and $4. For children they cost just a lit tle more to start with, but less in the end, with the comfort thrown in. Infants', 0 to 4, 50 o. . Infants', 2 to 6, $1.00. Children's, 5 to 8, $1.50. Children's, 8J to 11, $2.50. Girls' and Boys', 11 J to 2, $3.00., Girls' and Boys', 2i to 6, $3.50. S0R0S,S jfj: GQ A.B.Greenwood Pres. 841 Chapel Street, Now Haven, Conn. TOOT SPECIALIST. DOESNOjjD nr. Mnnflc1n, 787 CUTTING U fJcimpnl Street. Pa In l I treatment for corns, "TTJy I 1 bunions, chilblains, cal Ju .V-J, louses, etc. No flitting. Select funlly pntroriiie fur 20 years. LcU!? Specialist Afternoons, Make Yourself New Year's Present, AVE ARE CMlKINC, OCT THE ENTIRE STOCK OF PIPES and KMOKEUS' AHTH'IiES At "SONG" Prices. DOVT MISS THIS BALM. flRH PIPES AT J.3 LONDON LIST, AMI MANY OTIIEK BARGAINS BEFORE INVENTORV. Mattoan'i Ournw. 808 Chit pel St., ci. Or use.' INAUGURAL PARADE Order Sent to Governor Wood ruff Explaining Itinerary Arranged. THOSE IN THE CARRIAGES Big Mvrnt Planned tn Hartford on tluuiiary (1 The l.lnc or March. The following order snt to Gover nor Woodruff hy Adjutant fW-neral Cole explains the program to he fol lowed In eonnectlon with the Inaugur al parade In Hartford, January B: His Kvcrlleney, Rollin S, Woodruff, Governor and Commander-in-Chief, New Haven, Conn. Sir: You are Informed that the following Itinerary has been arranged for his excellency, thi governor, the governor-elect; tln'lr respective, staffs; thn present state ollicers. ami the state otllcers-clect, for the Inaugural parado on Wednesday, January fi, J 909. which will start promptly at 1:30 p. n:., from the Hartford club, Prosp.ct sheet, taking the following route; From the Hartford club to Pearl street, to r orfl street, to Asylum street, (o Karmlngton avenue, to the residence of his excellency, the governor-elect; thence crdintermnrchlng on Karmlngton avenue, to Asylum street, to Ford street, to Trinity street, to State Cnpllol. Stale officers and Mate officers -elect, vith the exception of his cxccllencey, tile governor-elect, and bin secretary, r.re requester! i0 take 'carriages for the pirn do at the Hartford club. l'po;i arrival at the Kfnte ('ap)tol, the staffs ami stale officers will ac company their rNccllenclrtf, the gover nor, and governor-fleet, to the fxecu tlve ohamhtr, and there remain, un til the governor-elect is notified that the joint, n.e in hly are In waiting for him; he will tlvn be escorted to the house of rc presentntlves by his staff, and the state officers, the retiring staff being dismissed at that time. . Very respectfully, M.'cni.rc, Adjutant General. I'lrsl Cnrrliigo. Governor Hollin P. Woodruff, Governor-elect George I,, l.illey, Kxern tlve Secretaries Charles F, Jnlln and Charles A. Goodwin. Rccoui! Cai'i'tiijrp, General George M, f'ole, Majors William H. T.yon and Theodore Roose velt, if. Third Carriage. Majors William p. Tut He. Henry .1. Steiner. Archibald K. nice snd l.onis M. niluan. rVmrlli Carriage. Hlentenaiit Coirinianders Robert1 IV Chapln and Kri'derlc A. Hard, -ft. Col onels Isaac M, Hitman and Unbent V Ka ton. ' rifih Cnitiacc Colonel.'" Norton H, HotchUIss, f?',inrles M. .Inrvls, Frederick i. Graves and Andrew N. Shepard. Sixth Carrlngn. Colonels John W. Atwood, J. Moss Ives nnd Klmer H. Havens. Seventli CaiTlaf, Colonels K, P. I,anders and Michael J, W'lse. Flglilhj CiirrlHgo. Jileutenant Governor F.vefett J. Lftke. jle.iil:ennnt Governor-elect V. H. Weeks, Secretary nf Stats Theodora Bodcnwein, and Secretary nf State elect Matthew TT. Rogers. Ninth Curi'lnffc. State Treasurer Freeman F. Patten, State Comptroller Thomas. I), llrad Bl.reet find Attorney Gcnera.1 Marcus II, iHolcomh, AIiB.WTS IOOSIfi FIYAM1FS. Albany, Dec. 30. -Statu Comptroller Martin H, Glynn to-day made public a summary of Ihe report of an Investi gation of the finances of the city of .Al bany made by examiners of the comp troller's, department. The examination covers the period from January 1, 1005, to August 3, 198. The comptroller states that "the examiners found va rious Incidents of apparent disregard and avoidance of statutory require ments, and direct attention to certain practices which warrant criticism, " FAIR HAVEN MEWS Grand Avenue Baptist Church Sunday School Has Annual Christmas Pete. WATCH NIGHT SERVICES Annual Mccllng of Wnrrlen and fiur giwsrs nf Iealr Haven 1'uf-t Thin EXfinlns. Some additional particulars of thn Purmelee-Doty wedding, reference to which was made In yesterday's Jotir-nal-f'ourler, are as follows: The wed ding was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Dan Parmeleg, parents of the brldn In Qulnnlplac avenue, Tuesday evening. It was thn wedding of Miss Sadie Malory Parmelee and Raymond Jones Doty, Yale 1907 S., of IliuiHvllle., N. Y. Rev. Dr. Sneath officiated. Mr. Doty had for his groomsman, Lee C. Wilson of Pitts burg. The ushers were Charles W. Parmelee of Providence, V. L. Parme les of this city, brothers of the bride; Carl Bettnher of Lynn, Mass., and Starr Barnum of this city. The flower girls who rarrled a large basket of carnations, were nieces of thn brldn Eleanor W, Parmelee of Provldencfl and Helen B. Tarmnlea of this city. There were fully 200 beau tiful gifts, forming a most attractlva collection. The bride, looked very pretty In a gown of Ivory white satin trimmed with duchcis lace nnd rose point medallions. Mrs. Doty Ir a graduate of Strong school, New Ha ven high school and Miss Johnson's school and Is a member of the Grand Avenue Congregational church. Mr. Doty is a graduate of Yale '07 S., Is a mechanical engineer and foreman of a large mechanical plant in Dansvllle, N. Y. The couple are well known and popular young people and hav a host of friends. The large Parmelee residence was beautifully deror.ited for the occasion. The couple were married under a beautiful arch. A handsomely fnrnlHhed house Is await ing their occupancy In Dansvllle. Among the Invited guests were many from out of town and Including Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parmelee of Provi dence, .Mr. and Mrs. K. G, Wllbor of Pawtucket, R, I.; Mrs. A. C. Benedict, Xcw York; Ralph Benedict, New York; John Cheney, Syracuse; Mr. and Mrs. Doty, Mr. anil Mrs. Dresser, of Hartford, and Mrs. Rlsley of Provi dence. The Sunday school of Grand Avenue liaptlsl church had anything but fine ueather for their annual I'hrlstmas entertainment last evening, but despite the storm, the school and Us friends turned nut In strong numbers and th auditorium was tilled when the Inter CHtltig exorcises began soon after 7 o'clock. A large stag" had been erect ed nnd looked fine In Its Christmas decorations. The entertainment con sisted of the cantata. "Santa's Surprise Party," by J. A. Parker. About SO took part under the direction of the chorister of the school, Edward S. Perkins, who has drilled the chorus. The cantata was well given nd whs much enjoyed. The cnntula was In troduced by Ihe dolt drill In which the participants were Kthel Frost, Ruth and Florence Farrell, Alice Phillips, tr...j., K 'rt!"!:d nnr.!r ICritvr.rrin Margaret Rrown, F.dlth '"nrbett, Hazel Hare and Lillian Waters. Bessie Krnysman took the part of "Resale," illle Kruysman was "Little Nicho las" and Nicholas Kruysman took the part, "Will," LeRoy Manwarlng, the pianist nf the Sunday school, played, dm nceonipanlnu nts. others who took part Included the following who represented Fairies Ruby Stevens, Addle Jacohson, H. Klrtland, Miss Stone, J. Chalmers, K. Fenle, C. Wa ters, F. Leach nnd .1. I.nngler. The waiters were: Florence Davenport. G Sanlt, L. Hollandherk, S. Sanlt. G. Murray, U. Johnson, C. Davenport, ('. Rice. II. Rice. The Brownies were: W. Kruysman, W. f'nrhett, Douglass Manwarlng, R. Colgren. F,. I'hnlmern, Paul Brown, ('. Kenney, Fred Butler, Chaunccy St'-vons and Karl Waters. Several of the members of the primary department, of which Mrs. George Loveland Is superintendent, also look part In the rantata. After the can tata th"re was a distribution of gifts (i. r, Murray was Santa Clans nnd Mrs. S. J. Latin, Mother Santa Clans, and thej took these parts well. The superintendent, George I. Pturgess, dlsrtliutcd handsome hooks to mem bers of the school who hud been pres ent every Sunday In th" year snd who were ns follows: Mrs. Corliss, Miss Minnie Willis, Herbert Frost, Robert Lfltta, Clare Hatfield, Henry Roger, Ruby Stevens, Karl Coldren, Kdwln Frost, Esther Frost, Lillian Waters. Olive Rice, F,lla Rice, Gladys Murray, Rthel Stevens, R. P. Zuber, H. V. Snntry, Mrs. G. W. Hatfield., Miss Leah Phllps. Among those who were present ev ery Sunday was the superintendent nnd also the pastor of the church. Rev. Charles G. Smith. This Sunday school Is doing n good work under Ihe superintendence nf Mr. Stnrgess. The affair of last evening 1Vas most creditable snd was greatly enjoyed by all present. Still anolher nf the late Christmas Sunday school entertainments was that given for the primary department of thn Pilgrim church In the chapel yesterday afternoon. This department has about 80 members and Is In chargn of Miss Addle Strong. There were recitations and songs by the children and thn distribution of gifts and It was a very enjoyable event. On Monday evening the members of the Roys' club of Pilgrim church enjoyed a fine time In Kast Haven. The early part of the evening was do- FRUITS Any and all fnills Hint mnrkct nf fords are here. If you want rtmloo fruit j on want articles we mnltci n spct-iully of, J. B. JUDSOM, 856 CHAPEL ST. Tim Mirror Fruit Store. Imported P E A 5 that came to us underprice, and that would be hard to duplicate in quality for the money. Absolutely new goods, 1908 pack, from across the water. In regular sized tins Single tin, 13 cents. Eight ins for $1. 00. Case.iootins, 12.00. For That New Year's Caller. When entertaining him serve im with pure Wines nd Liquors from a house with a record of forty-seven years. Johnson's guarantee back of every bottle. Telephone 1H75. Pleasant and Refreshing RUM DRINKS Oh) Hum Piiiii li, Old Hum Mint .In lop. (Mil Hum Cordial. Hot Hum Punch. Hum nnd Ginger Ale. Old-I-'iislilonrd Hum nnd Moliifsrs, Hot lliitti-red Hum. Hum Highball. Prnndy and Old Iti.ni Punch (hot). Hum Daisy. Old Rum and Soda. Rum I lip. Mllli Punch. l-'gg Nogiy. Old Hum Cocktail. Wo recommend: Old Crystal Spring Hum Old St. Croix Hum Old iliimiilcii Rum In making the above. (iopy of rcfolpls for the asking;. voted to skating nnd Ice polo and then supper was served at a camp fire. Rev. II. K. Rrow n, who Is an adept In cook ing a camp tire meal, was In charge of preparing the supper which was gnntly enjoyed. At fl:.'M the party left the pond and walked home. There wet-,' 15 In the pnrly and all speak of It as a very enjoyable time. To morrow plghl Is the regular date for the meeting, of the warden and burgesses of Fair Haven Rast, hot coming on New Year's day, .the meet ing has been postponed fine week. Captain Charles H. Seeley of Front street, was remembered by a friend at. Salisbury, N. C, who sent a. fine box of cigars for Christmas. Captain Seeley used to load oyster vessels at Salisbury and has many friends there, Columbia ensile, f. o. R., will have a pinochle and whist at Polar Star lodge room Mils evening. There will he a small admission fee. The public Is Invited. Some fine prizes have been procured. At. midnight, a fine supper will be served nnd a fine time Is prom ised. The ladles nf th Grand Avenue Raptlst church will serve a. New Vear's supper In the chapel, Friday, st 8:30, Watch night services will h held this evening at the Kant Pearl Street M. R. church. The ladles of W. C. T. I!., No. 2, will receive their many friends on January t at their hall, No. ,'!S Grand avenue, from 1 to fl p. m. All are welcome, ENJOYABLE DINNER The secret of an enjoyable dinner is held by your grocer and. marketman. Best quality groceries, vegetables and meats is the first essential; getting them fresh is the second. At this store you are assured of both. Prime Rib Ron Ms of Href IiCgs, Crown and Saddle of l.iunh French nnd Knicllsh Chops Choice Native Veal Fancy Young Turkey Frcsh-Klllcd TtoaHtlng mill Itroillng Chickens. Young Ducks and Philadelphia Squab, TheR.H.NesbitGo. Church and Klin streets. . POULTRY A No. 1. FOR THE NEW YEAR 1909. The question of "what versal. We suggest some of the products of our mar ket, where cleanliness is our watchword and QUALITY one of our staple articles. FRESH-KILLED MICHIGAN TURKEYS PHILADELPHIA CAPON RHODE ISLAND DUCKS PHILADELPHIA SQUAB MILK-FED ROASTING CHICKENS MILK-FED FOWLS AND BROILERS GUINEA HENS All the delicacies that combine with the above may be purchased here, too. I The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 CHAPEL STREET. New Year's Poultry. If you want the best come to ns. Costs bat a fraction more to have it. Fancy young Turkeys, Long Island Dnckliafi, young Geese, Roasting Chickens and young, tender Fowl. AQ of our Poultry sold full dressed. The finest Cape Cod Cranberries and native bleached For dessert try a package ding at l?o pkge. Quality guaranteed better than eyi Mixed Nuts 1 6c lb. Finest mixture and all new nuts. Shell Almonds, English Walnuts, Filberts and Pecani. fine Table Raisins, In 1 -lb cartons, at 20o. Florida Oranges, the very best quality. Our prices 25 and 30c dozen. Guaranteed sweet. Would suggest giving your service. . D. M. Welch & So' FAIR HAVEN NEW Thursday, Dec. SI, 'OS. FOR THURSDAY fOur Stock of TURKEYS CHICKENS t Will be, as usual, the finest Headquarters for L. C. PFAFF 6 SON, The Best Heat T Church Street TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ititttt SCHOENBERGER' Headquarters We will have at all our keys, Chickens, Geese, Ducks and Fowls at very reasot able prices. Small Xntlve Pork Smoked Shoulder . Rrenkfnst. Tlncon , Pot Ron st Hum . . firnpe Fruit Florldn Omnges... Mined Nuts , String rtenns Cucumbers Loin lie 1c. Ib. lie, So lb. 12 He Ih. 7 for 25n ISe do7 12o lb. ISe q. 7c each Irge Can Pineapple. .. .. .110 Apples in Gallon Cans 25c per Can. You will find these very economical considering the price of fresh fruit. THE F. J. MARKLE CO. STATF, ST., COR. OMVR. 175 DISWIXIi AVE. 10H-105 BROADWAY. WE HAVE NOT MOVED And are getting more popular every day selling. Req. Standard Req. Standard 60c, Tea 24c. 35c, Coffee 18c, Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back DIRECT IMPORTING CO. Upstairs 71 ORANGE ST. Foot of Center woosti;h wnuK installs. lolin H. Booth Inaugurated ns Musler Ilil liquet Follows lOxerclses. Wooster lodge, A. IT. and A. M held their Installation exorcises last night at Masonic hall. Fast Master Charles M. F'ahrlque, acted as Installing officer. A ha nn.net purveyed hy Brother John McCarthy followed the ccremnny. Thn following were the officers Installed: W, M., John R. Booth; S. V Kdwln to serve" for dinner is uni. of "All Redie" brand Plui orders early and leourt HAVEN WEST HAl f DUCKS GEESE to be obtained in this country, Hothouse Produoti.. Telephone 104. j t ri i 1 1 i 86 - 96 George St. stores a full line of Fresh Tt Ripe Toirmtoe ....15o 8 Bnrn SantA CIhiu Ponp...... ,j' 10 lbs. Washing 8od M. Borden's Milk So e. Jnpan Rice -.-.6o W Warranted Eggn 91 Flour 7o Kippered Herring 12Uo can Mt CONGRESS AVE. 8 18 EDGKWOOD AVH. B26 CHAPETj ST. W. Carpenter; J. W Milton 'A. Doo little; treasurer, Ml M. Mix; secre tary, S. W. McE wen. i UYCOIV CFMOIiRATIOX ADDRKSS Macon, (in,, Dec, 30. At the sugges tion of Robert T. Lincoln, Judge Em ory Hpcer was Invited to deliver an ad dress on lAhrahnm Lincoln's life and character on the occasion of the eels hratlon of the centenary of the hlrti of the noted statesman and President, In New Yni-lt, on Kubruary 12, i t