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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York • Page 18

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Conference at the Mayor's Office Results in a New Scheme for He Puts Dr. Constable on the Stand and Gives Him a Severe Examination. BIBB Ike fire, but Flatbush Extension. TRAIN YARD TO BE SHIFTED, yv; i Officer be removed in 30 days. Controller Grout Only Can Intervene.

TO DEAL WITH CASE LATER. The Court Is Frankly Doubtful of the HUNTER RYE A TELEPHONIC ROMANCE. lerator Known to Babylonians as Miss Seems to Have Been Mrs. Faussett. i DAYTON, beloved husband iiervices Thursday evenini sldeuce, 427 Fifth av.

I DONLY At Gravescnd. November 28, 1505 Funeral from his In-' residence. Noel rosd ana Van Blcklen St. on Saturday December 2. IDC5.

at o'clock. plan Ha ial -the making of QARR1SOX-On Tueviiiy. November 130.. made by the Rapl Intcrborough Con Funeral service ai hi residence. T3I Greene av, on Thursday evulns.

at o'clock. Interment private HALLOCK-Suddonly. on Tuesday. Novem the Minor' eon of 'the laie Haldol and France; M. Hallo.k.

in Ml r.4th year. Notice of funeral hereafter. and that a settlement the work c.milnued It is hardly likely anv will objeci It ipiil Transit cm KKNNY Died November 8. at age of S4 15 DUE TO ITS HIGH CHARACTER AND THE REFINEMENT OF AGE Coward Shoe Coward Arch-Supporting; Shoe. 'Speak well of bridge that carries you safely That's the kind ol a bridge we've built into the shank of our Arch-Supporbinc Shoe.

It lias already carried hundred! safely over the dangers of "flat foot." FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. SOLD NOWHERE ELSE. JAMES S. COWARD, 268-274 Qreenwlch N. Y.

Mall Orders Filled. Send for Catalogue. if you like Ihe tdb collar yn chjtnge. tue however tlM'rdfor Ihe tKWA.WK. PROPOSALS.

I III lis 4 Ml iiii Beware Imitations THOMAS KENNY, a native oi e.inSi Funeral irom his residence. 7 Twentieth Comt at, on Friday. De-ember 1. at 10 A.M. Ma thence to St John the Evangelist both Church.

Twenty-first t. where a solemn Finn, requiem mass will be 1 for 'he re- Ml poac of his soul. Friends and relatives upon Invited to attend. Interment in Holy Cros3 Cemetery. plained Statements in the Physician's Affidavit.

but would hear I trouble for tl day TV Hancroft. I Mortimer Thor halid-l it ft a snhpena VeJnesday. November Idavlt of atrvlM that sick abed for he chance io s. ad a i eh ihe ase cam On the next dav. Tht up again an 1 Mr N'ayl Dr Edward Hodge'.

had not been Tfcta led Ills' Ice Cay ni on trial all hoi: i Mrs It and ihe Judge in. h. lie I 111- pf.v-l i Dr. Coustuli (rani He was nor dlnnKi Pass out I Tha- v.ld lb i under furlh' ndne 1'i. i.e liaynor.

emphnn. ally in. ad dav after lo INDEX LAKES'? tin Tu.sda-. November i. welj tc JJJJ

The 0 NEAR A PANIC, SAYS COLLIER. Publisher Gives His Views on Politics nnd Finance Before Sailing CITY WILL ACCEPT NEW PARK. Five-Acre Site at Jamaica. Worth Given by Highland Park Society. of thu villugo comprises live Hillsi.

erlng the gilt and brought the matter before be Board of Estimate and Apporii.ji.ment. Chief Englaeer Nelson P. Lewis has ap-iroved the acepianie uf the gift by h. ise as io bow the transfer may he made I II "1 I he tt'te legally MHf'l III Hie "alter Ity of Ihe the society to worth 110,000, MAN AND WIFE WERE FIGHTERS. I Michael I'ninei.

MUSINOFSKY WAS A HITTER Two B. Sny He Assaulted Them. John of i Diamond alreet.l Flilbu.h for lion to keel on I We rompbl a William The firm complain tin Hrewea 'll il.urg operating lila Hrooklyn Rapid TWO FIRES AT BALDWIN. John Hem.

it Loat Entire Content ot HI Home. Including )100 Hpn lal lo Ihe Eaele i Fnepori 1. I Nyembi Kl.e eri a farni.r. In ih noriherly pan of Held to Talk of Going to the Bedford coinpliauei against Mv Day's view la nee the title vested in ihe weeks ago, the municipality liny interest the awards plain right, it ei LUMBER YARD MUST REMAIN. Neither Fire Nor Health Department Has Authority to Prevent Its Rebuilding, Even If Next to Public School.

President Henry N. Tift, Ol the Board of I number of resident in the neighbor- i lumbar yard adjoining ihe school and will waa desiroyed by fire. endangers thu lives of about 1.00Q In whl is no la 1 leiiii n. Puee fend are Med The al.v,h.t pa, SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. The Certain Protection of our bread, biscuit and cake from alum is in the use of Royal Bakinu Powder only.

BUSINESS PERSORAL8. cmwomc INVALIDS li i LOST AND POUND. WORKMEN DASHED TO DEATH. Bad Accident at New East New Yort WIFE STOPS STOCK SALE. Emily Whiteman Claims to Practical Owner of Albertype Company, Supreme Court Justice Dickey.

In Special T-rni, this morning, heard argument in the of Emily Whiteman. who aeeki to en-Join her husband. Adolph. and the Albertype company and from proceeding further undet alleged dissolution ot tho affairs of tht Incorporated in 1867. the company lia of- iwncr 360 aha re- a- l.Onu share, ock.

In February, counsel said, thi SAYS HER HUSBAND BEAT HER. 1 nes Robinson Makes Charges of Biutal Tieatincnt. mi EMI THANKSGIVING SUPPLIES. Turkey Net Over Dear. Vegetables Plentiful and Fruitl in Fair Variety.

Thra morning the par. basing at Walla- Ua eri fairli reao DaMaMk iropieai lad IM g.e. I quulliy an.l In i hfiiff than eurlur In Iw ange. gra- fruit. ple.

Ktadea, laeparted Mi apid Transit Comiris-engineer of the board oved the plans agreed and put In will be accepted Praiidrat the Mayor proceeding with the way Jeopardizing Swanstrom al from a Long Is r. and replant them DIED. SWEET The Brooklyn Mason. SWEET? from Dean IMHN CHARLES III'BBELI. THOMPSON On me Thompson-Honney Be In hn 41th year Funeral aerYlco at 8:80 V.

November 2. at lt4 it, Brooklyn. Interment a EU. rt in as- copy) bij Bl am Shim. av.

i 1 IIKKIM Tl'RRELL. leow James Turrell. Funeral on Thursday. November SO. at i h.

30 A from the Church of St. John the Baptist. Wllloughby and Lewis aee. h' WAGNER Hied on Monday, November 17. I ihe llei MICHAEL WAGNEK.

S. CburVh, 'cornet Central av ami Bleeeker Frldaf it.M-ed. Dace Wednesday morning. HARRIET A. mlo of and daughter of the iriiHw wral awtajftet fin Tuesday.

Noyember t.K'ilti.E WILTSHIRE will- Funeral Btrtlcei Friday evening, lie. bar I. at vni NO liratkren of rttella Lodae No F. and A. are requested to ihe I ral aervie oi our late Drotaar, WILLI YOl SO.

Friday evening. Da-ceaalMi at 7 10 o'clock, at IU Moa- CONLIN In lotlai tatb done' what which ike halh for a memorial me. -hall be a ITRI' KO I. Y. STATE II Memorial nun will in A Ml.hael are'rnrdlallV Invli KENT In kerlag memory of ruMawei vAfD.

ho November S. 1 MOWAatTt A aoleau requiem ennlveraary Mil for rrpoae of ihe aoul of Hi' late e.ho.,1 leelaaar THADOBL' MORI MTY will Iw celebrated ai mi Salil- hurrb eorn. One Hundred ai TVeniv ninth al at.d Mudlaon av, ei NoY.BJber 10. t. A KI.W t-Tf i 1 1, Ial HAHI.KH WELLS will lake pl ai I'eul'.

churn, eornei of earl and Mrs. case an Mi Franelsco Lahcns. Relatives and frier Is arc Friday a LnVKHK-il On Tuesdav 28. Funeral service at hta late residence. Park place, on Friday evening.

Decern- IffLBfl -Suddenly, on November HENRY Notice of funeral hereafter. MARTIN On November 17, MARGARET MARTIN, widow of James Martin and daughter of the late John and Margaret Cal- Mcdonough on Novmbcr thomas Marearet McDouoliell beloved Mr. T. .1. Sullivan.

Mr O'lirady. raaldenre. K3 North I'ortli Hean, I'lei lleMI RRAY-On ember 28. BERT W. Kon of Caroline Jamr MeMarray.

aged field place. JOHN day. November at 1 Hi Uonougb i I'M of pneumonia J()H. mi nsiin. in the (lei year of bla aae Puaeral private Kindly omit flowers 2D-2 MIlTnri In Brooklyn, on November 2.

JOHN O. NOXoN. la lb. TCib age Funeral prWit' Matt Ai Kluihlnz L. on Tur mber IV 106.

Al.FKBl' I'M 4TT, In of Addle mark. I Funeral service" ai hi late and 'friend! Invi' venlence of famlb. Funeral oe Friday tWKKT I'f I ViamaK i HrooklM. law rv arilina Hq an bre fe! it wan HU. lo dl.

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