The Kingston Whig-Standard from Kingston, Ontario, Canada on April 27, 1916 · 6
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EABLY P4W9 IK IRKLAXp. iV?'.. &? V. . '. fee- fc-j ? Vprv. -'-IS i -- r-SK&Sl- BUDGET GDI8T OV DOfXGS FROM BUSY VILLAGE. THE Young Mm Died la Oklulioma After - Brief UlneMfr -Mwveamte of The Poopfe. Wellinrton, April 22. Sergeant Gerard Noxon, of the pifnnter'i etaff, of the 155th Batullon. Belleville, came over to Wellington with Norman Morden Saturday eight. In alt new tr to attend the funeral of hla late friend, William Stinson, held on Saturday, returning Monday, The many frlenda or William Stinson were shocked to hear of the newe of his cudden death at Yukon, Oklahoma, on Wednesday last. He had Just recently visited hie mother at Wellington and other friends and returned to hie place of business In Oklahoma, apparently in good health, but an attack of pneumonia proved fatal. He was only nineteen years old. hut was successful at the business in which he was engaged. Deceased was born in Wellington and was the eon of the late Thomas Stinson, who shout one year ago, was stricken with heart failure while entente to Chicago. He was educated at ths Wellington pul lie school, and the Plcton Collegiate Institute, leaving school In the summer of 1114. He taught in the Crofton public school for a few months after which he engaged with hla uncle, Lewis Stinson, where ho succeeded admirably, being in charge of important work la connection with the building business. He was a young man with excellent prospect and hla untimely death Is regretted by hie many friends and acquaintances, who extend the deepest heartfelt sympathy to his widowed mother and sister.. The tody arrived iu Wellington on Friday. Funeral services were held at the 'amily residence on Sunday aftenoon, a very large number of sympathising frlenda wero In attendance. The service was conducted by Hev. Dr. Cobb. Interment took place at Wellington Cemetery. Many floral offerings were made by. hla friendsaud the company with whom he waa engaged. Hugh McCullough, V.S., who returned from overseas, has started up bis business again. Mr. and Mrs. Amos tiarratt and Miss Sarah tiarratt spent Sunday wlilti Mr. and Mrs. Stburn Crook. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Smith spent Sunday w.Uh Ska aiuiim VIM QUnm , . und attended the funeral of Mrs. j 8Unson. Mrs. Dav4d Cbleholm eodj son, Rex, wiU spend the summer with Jdhu Chisholm and Mrs. Birniiutg-4usm. David Thorn, a highly respected citlseu passed away on Monday. Mrs. Tborn and daughter have the public auction. Mrs. Montgomery sympathy of the community, Mr.: and daughter, Hattie, who is a nurse-McDonald of Point Ann .spent Sun- j in-training at Clifton Springs, will day with his son, Edward. Esther! make that place their home. Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Miss Davidson, daughter of Mr. Thomas Smith, was buried teat week! and Mrs. Davidson, Lake Shore, who In the Catholic Cemetery here. Fa- Is at Clifton Springs ns a nurae-ln-shor Carson, of Plcton, conducted training, is the guest of her parents. the service. Mr. and Mrs. David Robinson spent Sunday with Hie letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jackson. .Miss Vera McDonald apent Easter In Toronto. Point Ann and Action. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris and family, Mr. end Mr. Sanger Harris and family, and Miaa Nellie Crook were at Sebum Crook's to at sugar-off this week. W. F. McFaul and, died on Saturday. Funeral services win be held at his kite residence. Rev. Archer will officiate after which the Mesenic brethren will look nfter the toulanco of the service. Interment was made la Wellington cemetery. Mr. nnd Mrs. William CUsmberlnln is visiting hie daughter. Eaeter week. Mr. Ward has purchased from Mr. T. A. Rankin Ala barn nnd converted il Into a garage. Rev. Mr. Segeworifh. of Plcton, officiated in Hie Method tel -Churdb, on Sunday. , . Miss May Cromble. who vloited frlenda in this village lest week, ha gone to Toronto to- reside. Jack McMahon suffered a kirk from n horse last week. Mrs. II. H. Allison, of Bethel, visited her daughter. Mrs. Harold Ward, last week. Mrs. Caroline Ecctes. Mr. and Mrs. John Sob and Harold Sobs, of Bruce county, spent Inst week visiting friends here. Rev. Mr. Taylor, of Genanoque, visited his son, Garnet, last week. A. Rorabcck and daughter, Mra. Smith, are moving In Mrs. J. H. Osborn's house. Alesander Tate has a new tYHKRK HITCHES PROBE IS PROCKEDIXO. '-niMi Sm.iI.Uww at Ottawa and IW Ckwmbelons IU a fwiWf at Ottawa and BmWPS (fee (Min Srauclft !! auto. Mr. Archord Is nt Simcoe for a time. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Jackson. Consecon, spent Sunday ths guesU of Mr. and Mrs. D. G, Jackson.. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Niles are spending a few days at Toronto. Willie Morrow, of the 118 th Overseas Battalion, who la 17 years of age. and alanda ( feet 1 inch, visited friends here, nnd expressed himself as anxious to go into action. He is positive of getting the sculps of some of those Germans. Pte. Vernon Smith, of Belleville, spent the week in Welington. Pte. Edison Campbell spent a few days last week at Chatham and other western points. Mrs. R. E. Wilder and daughter Aileen spent Saturday at Pictoiw Mine Ellen McDonald. Consecon, spent n week with her mother here. Mina Florence Striker spent the week-end in town, the guest of her friend, Miss Christy. Kenneth Wolf, of Hlllier, has enlisted in the ISSth Battalion. J. E. Clark, who has been sick, is again about his business. Mrs. Roherl-Pye, or Lake Shore, has gono to Toronto to visit relatives. Robert Glilison, Minerva Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gray, of Bruce, apent a few days here last week. Alexander McCiidley, Mr. and Mrs. John Stafford and son Lau rie and daughter Laura, Ingersoll, spent last week hers with friends. Miss Georgia Reefer, Harold P. Weaver and Mr. and Mrs. John Simmons of Rome, N.Y., visited here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Sykes, of Bloomfield, are to reside In Wellington. Mias Edna Luffman spent last week at Brighton, the guest of Mrs. John G. Graham. Miss Marguerite Woolsy and Mr. and Mrs. John Beckett and son Frederick, of St. Mary's, visited here over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edith Reid nnd son visited at Mr. and Mrs. Alva Morrisons Sunday. Miss Harriet Mover, of Lyndhurst, near Brantford, apent a few days here prior to going to Montreal to re-aide with her brother and family. Mias Bryant hns gone to her home In Albury. She has been with her sister. Mrs. J. 1. Stapleton, all winter. Charles Young, of Mfllier, was at J. 1. Stupcllon'a on Sunday. Pte. R. Sayers, of the 80th Battalion, came to say good-bye to Mr. and Mrs. Alva Morrlaon before leaving for overseas. Russell Chase, after two weeks illness, is out again and looking after hla busiuess, Mrs. Uarnet Taylor lias been stopping with Mrs. Frank Harris. E. McMahon, who has been in the hospital in Toronto ail winter, la re- WI1- turning liome7 much 7m proved i, ... iiam tol liver has opened a new gro rt-ry store in the old stand formerly occupied by Walter Ross A Co., and later by the Fair. Mrs. Thomas Montgomery has returned from Toronto, and has advertised her house and contents, which will be sold by Mr. and Mrs. Claude 8mith and family on Sunday visited their parents at Black Creek Bridge. Mrs. George Garrett is visiting her son at Rochester. Nelson Benson and brother, of Plcton, purpose erecting a new evaporator on the Belleville road this season. Mra. Meighen, of Perth, has been visiting Miss Anna Mandeville and Mrs. Mandeville. Mrs. Collier and son. Robbie Collier, has been the guest of William Donovan and sister. Wolfe Island Presentation. 8t. Lawrence, Woife Island, April 2T. At the close of the annua! vestry meeting on Monday, at which all financial matters were reported satisfactory and r Hirers elected for (be ensuing year, it waa announced that the members of Christ Chiiroh had taken the opportunity to present their warden. George Barry, with a handsome writing desk on the anniversary of bis wedding. John Wier made Die presentation on behalf of the congregation. Mr. Barry, although completely taken by surprise replied in a few well choeen words thanking the members for their kind remembrance and also expressed his appreciation for their kind feelings towards Mm in presenting this useful girt, wMnh was suitably engraved. Mr. terry hns served A a warden for the paet ten years and also acted as vestry clerk for some time. ' S'i-f ' i J' -i'-V V-ri'S - i I J. A'vft'f-, r. J ; - T f tin (bemMas'i Room,' which Baa Hugfees by Mr, Kjfoi (From Our Own Correspondent). April 27. The Mission tend of Grace Church, in charge of Miaa Maud Green, held an entertainment on Tuesday afternoon. At Christ Church on Monday evening Mias Ida Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Davis. Brock street, was united In marriage to1 Frederick Hubbard, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hubbard. First street. Rev. Walter Cox performed the ceremony.. The bridal party repaired to the home of the brides parents, where the usual wedding cheer was enjoyed by n number of Invited guests. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard left at midnight for a short honeymoon trip. Miss C. M. Wright, teacher of the Eden Grove rural school, is holidaying here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wright, Stone street. Charles Clark, for a number of years an employee of the D. F. Jonea Company, has gone to Kingston Mills to work in the power house there. Mrs. Clark and family will remove to that place at an early date. . Rev. A. R. Orr, who ha" been' located in Toronto for some time past. Is spending a short time with local relatives. Mrs. George W.Steacy passed sway at I he family residence. Leeds township. on Tuesday. Interment took place to-day at the Marble Rock burying ground. VILLAGE OF CATAKAl'l. Late Donald Fegg, The Oldest Retd-" (lent Of That Place. Cataraqul. April 25. The 'oldest resident of this place has passed away In the person of Donald Fegg, aged ninety-six, who died at the residence of his granddaughter, Mrs. W. Keenan, Maple Lawn. He was born in England but had lived here the greater part of his life. His wife and sons pre-deceased him, but be was lovingly cared for by his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Albert Fegg. The funeral wos held In Chriat Church, Canon Roberta being the officiating clergyman. The teacher of the Public School here are having their holidays. Miss Needham Is at her home in Arnprior, and Miss Purdy with friends in Ottawa. Cataraqul has au epidemic of measles. Miss Grace England, Miss Bessie Blair, and Mias Sadie Edwards are at their respective homes here. Miss McKendry, Glenburnie, Is visiting Miss E. Binnlngton. Ed son and Beatrice Crockett, Ottawa, are with their grandfather, Mr. Ktah. James Clark, Winnipeg, la visiting bin parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Clark. Mrs. Guess spent a few days last week with friends in Hartington. At the annual meeting of the W. M. S. of the Methodist Church. Mrs. James Cooke was presented with a life membership certificate by the Society. Mr. and Mrs. W. Davy are visiting Mrs. Davy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Weston. Miss Ssunder-cook, Collin's Bay, is at the parsonage. Miss Evelyn Kiser, Toronto, spent Easter at home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Smith, Ogdensburg, and Mrs. Waldruf and children, Cornwall, are visiting their mother, Mrs. W. B. Smith. The ladies or Chr'st Church have formed a W. A. with Mrs. (Rev.) Roberts aa president. Mra. Box and children, Adol-phustown, have been guests at the rectory. Mra. K. Irwin Is visiting relatives In Toronto. Mrs. S. Herrington. Trenton, and Jack Hunter. Hamilton, ore with their father and mother, Mr. and Mra. J. Hunter, for the Easter time. John Heaton has his new home elmost completed. A. Saunders has begun operations for the building of his new bungalow. A concert was held in the basempnt of the Methodist Church on the evening of Easter Monday. A good programme was given, Cataraqul talent being assisted by the Misses Sproule and Gates from Westbrook. The death occurred et Long Point on April 18lb of Norah, llio two-year-old daughter of John Cross. Besides the parents, three sinters and three brothers survive. The funeral took place on Wednesday. April 19th, to the cemetery at Klliaville. Charles Dellne, BolleviMe, was convicted -before Judge Deroche, on a charge of obtaining 'by raise misrepresentation some articles of clothing from Jonas Bangmmn and the new Dominion Clothing ostebHsh-inent in that city. Ho was sentenced to nerve a month in jail at hard labor. NEW CUXSCRIPTIOX ACT Dues 'Xot Affect the IrWi, Asquith Bays. Loudon. April 27. The official report of the secret session of tho House of Comomns yesterday shows that Premier Asquith declared that tbe extension of tho Military Service Act would not apply to Ireland. An extract from the official report of the proceedings follows: At the commencement of the sitting Sir Edward Carson asked . the prime minister whether the published report of yesterday's sitting could he emended so as to make it clear that tbe prime minister had stated that the government's proposals, so far as they were concerned with the raising of fresh recruits by the extension of tho Military Service Act, did not apply to Ireland. The prime minister agreed that hte statement was to be taken in that sense." George Mdberiy, ex-Mayor of Col-lingwood and prominent ns a lawyer, la shi and also la shipping and other Inter-Mil, died et tho age of rlghty-eix. -Prorogation of tho Legislature took plaeo nt threo o'clock Thursday afternoon. LAX8DOWXE NEWS BUDGET. Hoy Breaks His Arm Cliaign in Telephone Office. Lansdowna, April 28. Thu Bishop of Kingston intends holding confirmation In 8t. Johns Chnrch here on Monday evening. May 1st. AU congratulate F. J. Donovan on obtaining his degree aa civil engineer. It is learned that Mr. Leggett, of Westport, bos leased the Stewart House from Mrs. Goodxll for three years, and intends conducting boarding bouse end livery. E. E. Johnston has purchased the store end dwelling from Charles Fredenburg, Toronto, end ttU recently occupied by F. 8. Fredenburg. The annuel vestry meeting of Bt. John's Church wee held on Easter Monday. Tho chnrch wardens were re-elected. The annual meeting of St. John's Guild was held at the rectory Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Freeman Doak spent Tuesday in Brockville. Hill Latimer intends moving to the rooms over the store recently purchased by G. E. Johnston, and Clark Sly moves to rooms vacated by Mr. Latimer. T. McNunn rents apartments et Mra. Courant's. Mrs. Sarah Greer takes possession on May let of her house purchased from Elmer Burns. Visitors: Miss Meyme Donovan, Toronto, end Mr. end Mra. Kettle, Gsnenoque. at Mra. R. Donovan's; Mies Grace McAvoy, Mallnrytown, at Mra. Fbilllp'e; Mies Myrtle Btexcy at Mra. J. Latimers; Mra Deans end daughter at Miss Jessie Findley's; Mrs. W. Lackla and Miss Keeler, Joyceville, at Mra. Ted-forde; Mr. end Mra. E. Foster, Smithfield, at Mrs. A. Burtchs; Miss Alice and Miss Jean Mitchell et Mrs. William Mitchell's: Mr. end Mra. W. J. Weir end son et MraJohn Shields'; Miss Matchett. Belleville, at Mrs. Campbell's; Mr. McGllllvrny, Smiths Fella end Mies McGiillvray. at Mrs. W. Patiences; Miss Lou Sheppard is home from Ottawa. Rev. Dr. Cooper is visiting this week et his parents home in Iroquois. Mra. W. B. Warren had the misfortune to fell and sprain his ankle severely lest week. Miss Elisa Webster end Miss Pearl Steacy are visiting in Athens. Mrs. Edward Terry. St. John. N.B., and Miaa E. Latimer, Montreal, were recent visitors at Mrs. Henry Young's. The I. O. O. F. are to attend service In St. John's Church on Sunday. Rev. W. 11. Towle is to officiate. Arthur Latimer is recovering nicely from e recent illness. Peter Wood is again very poorly. Other Easter visitors were: Mins Llasie Stevens, Smith's Falls, at George Stevens'; Mr. end Mra. Edge-ly, Mallory town, et Gertie Moores; Wilmer Grotbier, Napanee, at Mra. E. R. Bradley's; Charles Fredenburg, Toronto, at Mrs. A.W. Burtchs. Elmer Burns new house will soon be ready for occupancy. Mra. Mark King, Miss Grace Allen and Miaa Florence McRay were delegates to a young peoples club and Sunday school convention at Belleville last week. Mrs. D. Moore spent Monday witk her sister, Mrs. W. H. Tedford. There ie to be a change in the telephone central office, the present operators intending to remove to Hamilton in July to join Mr. Latimer, who Is in business there. Mrs. Latimer end family will be greatly missed. Edgar Griffin, eon of Mr. end Mrs. Frank Griffin, fell and broke hie arm to-day. DIED AT ELIilBVIIJiE. The Late John Wilson, Aged Seventy two Years. Ellisvllle, April 28. On Sunday, April 23rd, tho death occurred et El-Ilevilie, at the home of Mrs. J. W. Dillon, hie niece, of John Wilson, aged seventy-two years. Deceased had been in poor health for some time. He was unmarried, and la survived by two sisters. Mra. Willis Morton and Mrs. Brown, Athens. Tho funeral took place on the following Monday from tho residence of Mra. J. W. Dillon to St. 'John's Church. Leeds, end thence to St. John's cemetery. Rev. Hilliard Smith, Lyndhurst, officiated at the service. Deceased was an Anglican, and was highly respected by all his acquaintances. The pallbearers were: John Pownall. William Leadbeater, Charles OConnor. James McMillan, Charles Pritchard, and George Bracken. Among the rela lives present from a distance were A. aud B. Brown, of Athens; Mr. and Mra. Davis, North Augusta; Mra. Wil 11s Morion. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wil lie. W. Willis, Seeley' Bay; Clifford Willis, Mortou. The death occurred at South Augusta Tuesday evening r a life-long rovident of that locality in the person of Caroline Amelia Morey, reHcl of the late H. T. Murray. Deceased, who was in her 78th year, was born os the farm where she died. How's This ? We offer On Hundred Dollars Reward for any rise of Catarrh that cannot lie cured by Hall'a Catarrh Cure. Hall's Catarrh Cure baa been taken br catarrh aufferera for the paat thirty-five years, and haa becoma known aa the meat reliable remedy for retarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure acta thru 'he Blood on the Mucoua eurfacea, expelling the Poleon from the Blood and healing the diaaaaed portlona. After you have taken HaU'n Catarrh Citra for a short time you will aae a great Improvement In your general health. (Kart taking Itaira Catarrh Cure at onre and get rid of catarrh Send for testimonials freo. F.. J.. CHENEY CO.. Toledo. Ohio aM by all Drunglpta. Tie. At It Again ! New Store, 168 Princess St. Beautiful. Pictures, . Up-to-date , Frames. BARGAINS In Pianos and Players. y Mult TIM Uh . DA. Weeoe DoagtaKSIggin Describes n Beautiful ?. In bar Penelope's Eifttfenees In Ireland.' Kate Douglas Wi! writes a delightful draeriptfow-ef early dews on the Emerald Isle-' . . And such a dawn! aha says. Sock softness of air, such ' dew-drenched verdure. It is backward spring, they soy, bnt to me the woods am even lovelier than in their seminar wealth cf foliage, when one eon hardly distinguish the beauty of the single tree from that of Its neighbors, since the colors are blended In one universal green. Now we see tho feathery teasels of the beech banting oat of their brpwn basks, the russet hoes of tho young oak leave, aad the eouatlesa emerald ' gleams that break from the ruby-bedded lima.' Tho greenest trees are the larch, the horse-chestnnt. nnd the sycamore, three naturalised eitlsens who appar-ently still keep to their native fashions, and pat out their foliage os they used to do In their own hemes. The young alders and the hawthorn hadges ore greening, bnt It will W fortnight before we can realise the beauty ' of that - '.' i white bloom. wltk Its bitter-eweet frag-Tbe euekoe-flower came this year before instead of after tbs bird, they toll as, showing that Nature tr capable -ef taking Ubertteo with her own laws.' There Is n fragrance. of freshly tamed earth In tho air, aad tbe reeks are streaming eat from the elms by tho 1 little : ehareh end resting for n bit in, n group of plamo-liko pews. Tho Ifcet tow day of warmth have Inspired - tho birds, and as Francesca and Left at nur windows breathing In the sweetness and freshness of the morning, there is a concert of thrushes -and blackbirds in tbe shrubberies. The little birds' furnish tho chorus or tho an dertono of song, tho hedge-aparrarws, redbreasts, god chaffischeS, but ths meistersingero 'call the tens' at lead tbe feathered orchestra ' With clear and certain notes. ; U le a foM-enltme for the minstrels, for nest-bnllding Is finished, and tbe feeding of the younglings a good time yet in the future. We ran see one little brown lady hovering warm eggs under her breast, her bright eyes poeping through a screen of leaves as she glances np at her staging lord, pouring out hie thanks for the morning sun.. There is only a hint of b recce, it might almost be the whisper of uncurling fern fronde, but soft as it is. it stirs the branches here and there, and I know that it is rock lng hundreds of liny cradles In tho forest.' Had a Hard TIdm. A native of Tburies, Co. Tipperary, but a resident for tbe paat twelve yean in Penang, Straits Settlements, has bed an extraordinary experience in his effort to join the British army. He left the Straits Settlements in September last, end traveled to London at hie own expenae, for tho purpose of enlisting. He arrived In London in October, and applied to be enrolled a member of Lovat's Scouts, but was rejected as medically unfit. Leaviag London, ha journeyed to Dublin, where he applied for a place In the Army Service Cerps. He was passed by the doctor, nnd received n flnt-elase driver's certificate, aad waa posted to the remount deportment et Ballebridge, being ordered subsequently to proceed to Bradford Moor Barracks, Yorkshire. There he also poised the doctor, but waa rejected as driver. Returning to London ho applied to bo appointed a Opmber of tho Army Veterinary Corps, but was rejected os medically unfit Hie application to' the Rod Cross Society wee also rejected on medical grounds. He then booked n passage beck to the Strait Settlements. and tho Japanese mull steamer In which hn Railed called at Marseilles. where a telegram was received ordering her to complete tho voyage via Capo Town, 8ooth Africa. At Marseilles ho decided to return to London with tho object of staking another effort to have his service accepted. Foiling In hla object In London bo ernes sd tho Channel nnd went to Dublin, when nt Inst ha vu accepted os a member of the Royal Munster Fusiliers, and the othor day hn left Dublin to Join bis regiment at Tralee Barracks. Famoos Donkey Dead. Jamb Bo Faithful, tho famous old donkey of Carlabrooke Castle. Isle of Wight, whooj performance of drawing water by tho big wheel of the deep well has been watched by thousands of visitors to tho castle daring the past twenty-four years, boa died at the age of twenty-six years. Jacob frequently went through hie performance In tho presence of Royalty. Thousands of copies of his photograph were circulated, and ho mentioned in the guide-books. Tbe Bayonet. How does tbe soldier of to-day pronounce tbe word bayonet? Apparently much as his officer dose. But when Tommy Atkins" was Jack Firelock" he celled his arms blanche a bagonet.' That waa hla owl word, as rurally" was, and Is, bis version of reveille. Acoordleg to andlepmved tradition, the bayonet was first improvised at a mountain fight la Bayonne, when the Basques, short of ammunition, tied sickles - to tbetr ptuakote in n rush upon tho Spanish enemy. The French took np tho word, nod tho othor nations after them. . ......... .... Cat Off By Gales. Tho Skenyvoro Lighthouse, on rock lu tka Atlantic off Argyllshire, Scotland, has been Isolated aiacn Do comber- 21,' owing te enntlnamu stormy weather. - To keep np eom-muoicetioas tho heed ' light-keeper, Allinsoh, pat n letter In a bottle -on January 1. - This was placed in n wooden frame to which wee attached a leaden keel as ballast and n email tin sell. The winds carried tbe frame te tbe email Island of Errald. on iha couth-west side of Mull, - which . it reached on Joinery t., 1 v 4 Ex-Mayor J. F. Wills. K.O., n lending Belleville lawyer, hag boon - appointed Junior , County Judge for Hostings. In enceeasina in Judge SL B. Frallek, retired on pension otter thiry-five years on the Bench, - RAISINS F1USIS I , pn At All Grocers. NO NEED TO GO To 71 King IL West, Toronto, (or Ftrst-Claaa Fortratura Wbrk. . w. 7 tlvSfl of -'. . The Blah era Hail have arrived ia Kingston, and (stand to opes aa soon as a a live seal-oetoto man seta them a Mention. apt (YiunuinsN icos. 1 id coLUsmtuon nr. ' wnivh , ni-xftsffta)nl iu gimsw.ltais Is ni-M f SUITS, in Navy Blue, BJlack, Grey Check, Cop- cnliagen, etc., ' $7.95, $10.95, $14.95, $18.95, $20.95, $24.95 SPORT COATS, from $7.50 up to $27.50 BLACK SILK AND BLOUSES, in Silk, Voile and Lawns, from 79c to $4.50 CORSETS (D. & A.), regular $1.25 and $1.50 lines for 75c to 98c HATS All our shapes and ready-to-wcar Hats to be sold regardless of cost. Watch Windows for further Specials at Opposite the Grand Opera House. Kingston's Ladies' Exclusive Ready-to-Wear and Millinery. tta h a vi is xiv. Ottof w No need to go outiide your own home for entertainment the beat tnuaic and fun that any one could wish. ' Stop in any time end we'll gladly play yonr favorite music for ' you. end explain our system of essv terms. r. C. W. LINDSAY, LIMITED, 121 Princess Street A New Waterproof Coat A splendid feathcnveiglrt ounces) Materials, Silk aud Sea colors, grey, brown aud drab. Priced at meeoeeeoem J Mi wjm APRICOTS Saturday Specials SATIN COATS, clearing Plenty of entertainment innsiteof bad weather Cold nighti and wintry weatner youll be particularly glad you have a Victrola mm. laai garment (12 lsls land Cotton t $7 & $10 leeeeewwwwi rSSm

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