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Page Six !- J d ! i 17 MEATS  GROCERIES SCHMAUSS C E N T R A'L M A R K E T ellvery Service Phone Forest 100--101 311-13 EAST STATE STREET MYTY- GOOD CANDY BAR Handled By All Jobbers i AREYou Hard of HearingT Would you like to hear again at ChurchTheatrethe voices of your loved ones? . . , THE NEW "Acoustieon "" (Bone and Air Conduction) Will Give You This Hearing Call or Write for Free Demonstration DR. O. W. WEINSTEIN Block & Kuhl Optical Shop ROCKFORD. ILL. "Builders of Good Roofs Since 1888" DAVID CARLSON ROOFING CO. 2501 CHA.LEs ST, MAIN 1505 Says Chief Tradewater: "Me knock out Old Man Cold Weather every time. Because I hit him quick and I hit him plenty with TRAOEWATER COAL. Phone Me Today. West Kentucky Coal Co., Inc. MAIN 1053-- 1054 ROY BUFFINGTON TRANSFER 109 SO. SECOND ST, MOVlNGAgents for Storage Packing and Shipping PHONE MAIN 1537 AGENT fP MAY FLOWER VANS ---COAST TO COAST SERVICE Coal - Coke :Wood - Lumber "We Handle O.ly the Best" Your Business Will Be Appreciated QUALITY FUEL b LUMBER CO. 2002 PRESTON MAIN 7876 BROADWAY FLORISTS Manager, MR. L. H. KLING GRAVE BLANKETS and WREATHS Made to Order at Lowest Prices Largest Selection In Town 1014 BROADWAY MAIN 2371 GARNER ROOFING AND SIDING COMPANY *A MCO PROD JCTS MAIN 589 1125" HARRISON AVE. You Will Enjoy the Convenience of a Charge Account at WEISE'S 'Rockford's Most Modern DeFt. Store' Mail and phone orders given prompt attention by our personal shopper, SHIRLEY DEANE. CHAS. V. WEISE CO. 117-121 STATE STREET i * Specializes in Pains of the Back, Hips and Limbs--Using a new, painless method, 518 Rockford Nat'l Bank Bldg. PROGRESS ELECTRIC SHOP THOR Washers and Ironers. GARLAND Gas Ranges. P H I LCO and ATWATER KENT Radios. NORGE Refrigerators, 106 WEST STATE ST. ROCKFORD TRADING LIST The firms that appear in this directory, or have display ads in other sections of your Observer, consistently repre- sent the best in their business and profession. They are doing their part to deserve your trade by supporting your paper. You can do your share by patronizing them and mentioning The Observer. --MAKE THIS A HABIT REGISTER ATrENTION TO OBSERVER ADS Automobile ROCKFORD BODY &. FENDER WORKS ROY J. CHAMPAYNE COLLISION WORK PAINTING TOP REPAIRING AXLE AND WHEEL ALIGNMENT Free ,Ftlmaes 906 WEST STATE STREET PHONE, MAIN 2555 Brick, Fuel THE BLOCK BRICK  FUEL CO. Coal -- Coke -- Brick INDEPENDENCE AND PRESTON FOREST6000 6001 Cleaners COOPER'S CLEANING WORKS Phone, Forest 61 925-28 W, State St, "There's a DiOerence  ROCK RIVER Dyers and Cleaners pHONE 60 204 N. CHESTNUT ST. Druggist SERVICE TO ALL MASENGARB PHARMACY 529 West State Phone Main 1623 Funeral Directors LONG & CULHANE 623 Mulberry Street Phone, Mm'n 4616 FRANK R. FITZGERALD 113 S. Winnebago SL Phone Main 169 HOWARD A. DIXON MORTUARY 203-05 SO. COURT ST PHONE F.123 MILDRED K. DIXON t.icensed Lady Embalmer i r Hardware ! WEBER & FURMAN HDW. CO. FURNACES AND SHEET METAL WORK Phone, M. 27 1 No. Chestnut St. A FULL LINE OF HARDWARE RAY-wHARTON HARDWARE CO. 121 SOUTH MAIN STREET Phone, Main 369 ii i Jewelry 1000 GIFTS TO CHOOSE FROM ANGER'S JEWELRY AND GIFT SHOP 118 West State Street JACKSON-KEIG, JEWELERS "It Pleases Us To Show Merchandise" 115 WEST STATE ST. Life Insurance FRANKLIN LIFE INS. CO. (Springfield, Illinois) W. E. McCABE, General Agent, NORTHERN ILLINOIS 301-02 Rockford Nat'l Bank Bldg. Forest 966 Rockford, III. ( Men's Wear ED. CARLSON CLOTHING -- FURNISHINGS SHOES 303-303V= East State Street LUBY & McNEANY MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S FURNISHINGS 322 West State Street HOME OF Hart Sehaffner & Marx CLOTHES MASON INC. 12"0 NORTH MAIN STREET Monuments ROBERT TRIGG & SONS, INC. Our 63rd Year I14-I16 So. First Street G. D. BEST & SON MONUMENTS--MARKERS All Work Guaranteed 725 W. State St. Phone. Main 5304 Office Supplies McFARLAND OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. Phone, Main 3907 223 N. Church St. Professional Services DR. C. W, DUNCAN DUNCAN-MARKS OPTICAL CO. PALACE tHEATRE BUILDI'G-- Ground Floor OPTOMETRIST DR. W. B. SKEELS, O.D. 2nd Floor -- Chas. V. Weise Co. Eyes Examined--Glasses Fitted IH .The'Advertisers In !. . :! :2 - i: THE OBSERVER Local and Diocesan PflgMl:DOTfltlE IM st, Mary's Church  WDITED I A II N ITo Conduct Institute at UUlllll.llO/Ulll. II1 , IIIII/LII- I.R UU 0 ]St. Anthony's Hos ital qP ii IIff lllllRll  :  , :: : 4 : : Pt Y I1 ll 1 1  Il 8  [ A fresh attack on contagious and X/ MilK! I:HflHI:H :':::'! :: : " ::: -  I. ll/Hfl/ll; Kll; ]epidemic diseases will take place VIii ,,,rlllIiIi IEFIIIIUIIIIWIi, :: :7:i !: . = IW/1 .I, IWL,I/ U,ll/ /i:nR::mkforudnfcnbJ]7.1sS::s::innSt:otUt: LAIDDURIN00 1886 BROTHERS HEREI director. Thoob00eotofthepro,ect By Rev. C. J. Kirkfleet, O. Praem, St. Mary's parish in Rockford dates from the middle of May, 1885, when Father Edward A. Murphy first came to Rockford as assistant to the newly appointed pastor of St. James, Father JRmes J. Flaherty. He was sent by the Archbishop for the purpose of organizing a congre- gation, but no announcement of this fact was made until the property on the corner of Elm and South Winnebago streets had been pur- chased and the deed transferring the title from P. R. Chandle to Patrick A. Feehan, Catholic Archbishop of Chicago, had been duly received. I Planning of the Church [ Father Murphy called a meeting of I the men of the congregation one I Sunday and proposed to hold ser- I vices on the west side of the river I and to rent a hail to be used tern- I porarily as a church. This proposal] was met with great enthusiasm and when subscriptions were asked for Mr. Lawrence Byrne at once headed tho list with $500. As over $2,000 was subscribed within a few minutes Father Murphy lost no time in mak- ing arrangements with the propriet- ors of the "Rink," a hail on North Wyman street, and for six. months Holy Mass was celebrated here every Sunday. Meanwhile plans were sub- mitted and approved for the present St. Mary's church. The architect was Mr. James J. Egan. Messrs. Ennett and Clark were awarded the contract and the construction was placed in charge of Mr. Thomas Weldon. First Mass in the New Basement The first Mass in St. Mary's church, which was a solemn High Mass, was celebrated in the unptast- ered basement on Sunday, Dec. 6, 1885. The Rev. Edward A. Murphy, pastor of the church, was celebrant; the deacon, the Rev. Dr. S. M. A. Barret, pastor of St. Stephen's church, Chicago; and the sub-deacon, the Rev. James J. Flaherty, pastor of St. James. Seven hundred chairs had been placed in the basement, and not only were these all taken but all available standing room as well. Laying of the Cornerstone The cornerstone of the church proper was laid with great solem- nity on Sunday afternoon, July 11, 1886. The Archbishop and priests preceded by the Forest City band, arrived in carriages, followed by ov- er one hundred members of the An- cient Order of Hibernians in full re- galia. On the platform were seated His Honor Mayor Taggart, the mem- bers of the city council, Clerk Conk- ling, Hon. Wait Talcott. Dr. W. H. Fitch, Rev. J. R. Sutherland, Squire Weld and representatives of the Press. Father P. A. Egan. of Syca- more, delivered a masterful dis- course on the occasion and was list- ened to with rapt interest. Mem- bers of the clergy present were: Rev. P. A. Egan, Sycamore; Rev. P. J. Agnew, Holy Name Cathedral, Chicago; Rev. T. F. Galligan, St. Patrick's church, Chicago; Rev. R. H. McGuire, Pecatonia; Rev. James J. Flaherty, Rockford, and Father Edward A. Murphy. Solemn Dedication St. Mary's church was finished in the autumn of 1887 and the solemn dedication took place on Sunday, Oc- tober 16. Archbishop Feehan offici- ated, assisted by the Rev. Dr. But- ler, as assistant priest. The solemn High MAss following the dedication was celebrated by Father Thomas A. Burke, of Chicago; deacon, the Rev. Michael E. McLaughlin of Sycamore. and the sub-deacon was the Rev. F. S. Henneberry of Chicago. Father Gill of Chicago was m'aster of cere- monies. The sermon was delivered by His Grace. the Archbishop. Two years after the completion of the church His Grace the Archbish- op recalled Father Murphy to Chi- cago to be pastor of St. Mary's church, since in Rockford he'had completed the task assigned to him. His successor was the Rev. Michael E. McLaughlin, pastor of Sycamore at the time. However, Father Mc- Laughlin was not destined to remain pastor of St. Mary's very long, for on April 20, 1892, he passed to his etern- al reward. Father Patrick A. McMahon The third pastor of St. Mary's was the Rev. Patrick A. McMahon who came in May, 1892, and for 27 years guided the destinies of St. Mary's with great zeal and devotion. Dur- ing his pastorate the property ad- joining the church on Elm street was purchased for a convent. The pres- ent parochial residence, designed by Architect E. T. Dowling, of Rockford, was erected under his direction. Father McMahon also built the par- ish school and in June, 1913, bought the King property on the corner oh Elm and South West street as a new home for the Sisters. Father McMahon was known to be a keen financier. When he came to Rock- ford he found a debt of $30,000 on St. Mary's and after all the property he had bought and the various build- ings erected he lived to see the en- tire property free from debt. He passd away on April 14, 1919. Father J. H. Whelan As successor to the late Father McMahon, Bishop Muldoon appointed the Rev. J. H. Whelan who had served as chaplain during the World War and received his honorable dis- charge May 14, 1919. On August 11, 1919, he came to St. Mary's and re- mained here as pastor until his death in 1926 when he was succeeded by Father J. M. Lonergan, National Chaplain of the American Legion, who was pastor of St. Mary's until the coming ofMsgr. McGuire in 1929. Father Lonergn erected the beau- tiful grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes and the Shrine of the Little Flower. When Msgr. McGuire was transfer- red to St. James Pro-Cathedral in July, 1933, His Excellency Bishop Hoban placed the administration of St. Mary's parish together with the administration of St. Thomas high school in charge of the Augustinian Order. Assistant Pastors The following priests have served in the capacity of assistant pastors EXTERIOR VIEW ces Dr. Frank J. Jirka, state health will be to stimulate an improvement in the bedside care of patients with contagious diseases to prevent Editor's Note: This is the last in a spreading of the infection. series of three articles dealing with various phases of the Catholic divi- This one day meeting will be sion of the Rockford Big Brother held in the auditorium of St. An- movement. The articles are writ- ten by Norman H. Brinsley, report- thony's hospital beginning at I0 a. m. er on the Rockford Morning Star. and closing at 4 in the afternoon. -- Dr. Winston H. Tucker, assistant Ninety percent of their cases : epidemiologist of the state depart- Father McNally explains, are the ment of public health, will speak. result of broken homes. There may be constant quarrelling in the faro- The conference has been arranged ily, divorce, step-fathers, parents by the state department of public who through force of necessity are health with the co-operation of local both compelled to work,, leaving the nursing , agencies. Public health child to find amusement and train- and visiting nurses in the vicinity ing as he may, and a complexity of of Rockford and all instructors of other circumstances which result in communicable disease courses in abnormal homes and the loss of cer-nurse instruction institutions are tain factors definitely needed in the 'crdially invited to attend. development of a boy are cited. :! Occasionally, it is true, cases have Program Features .come to the Big Brothers wherein a C. W. L. ,l .e boy, reared in the finest of homes Meeting and possessing the best of parents, The Catholic Woman's league held has strayed and found himself at its first meeting of this year Janu- odds with the law. And almost in- ary . A program was given by the variably the cause will be found to Italian Harmony chorus and a group lie in bad companions, usually chil- of children from St. Elizabeth's so- dren of broken homes, with whom cial center, which the league main- the boy has become associated. In such cases, where the parents have tains. uot been found wanting, the boy is Edward Guagliata directs, and the turned over to them by the Big selections contributed were three Brothers, for it is the .theme of the operatic choruses: The Spanish Mat- movement and its workers that a!ador Chorus from Verdi's "La Tra- good home and parents can do more 'viata"; the Pilgrim Chorus from "I for any child than any outsider, Lombardi"; and "Glory to Isis;" agent, or institution of society, from Verdi's "Aida." However, one case, carefully gen- The St. Elizabeth center children eralized of course, can be cited from presented a song and drill, "The INTERIOR VIEW the long list successfully handled by Red Parasol;" a comedy, "Mistakes," the Catholic Big Brothers during the a group dance, "The Dance of the= last three years. Snow;" and a humorous reading. Hold Pontifigal A youth, whose parents were both dead, had been living with relatives in Rockford while he attended 25 ProbatJogers Mass for Late 00c00oo, It istheoldstoryofa boy becoming involved with a gang of boys about his own age and his Receive Caps at erGenerals e00ent0000, 00ooro00oo0000on oor0000- Moth snatching charge. Meanwhile, the boy'srelativesleft Local Hospital town without leaving a for.warding address, and commitment to St. The annual Pontifical High Mass Charles seemed the only alternative -- for Mother Camilla and Mother Aug- until a Catholic Big Brother volun- Twentyfive probatmners recmed ustine, former .Mother Generals of teered to sponsor the youth, the school cap in the chapel of St. the Dominican Sisters from'Adrian, The first problem was to find a Anthony's hospital, Rockford, on Michigan, was celebrated by His place in which the boy might live Friday morning, Jan. 3, in the pre- and finally a bargain was arranged senoe of the resident Sisters and the Excellency, Most Reverend Edward whereby room aud board were pro- entire student body of tho training F. Hoban, D.D., in the Muldoon vided in exchange for certain duties, school for nurses. The ceremony School Chapel on Tuesday, January A job, although not an ilnportant was impressive. After the celebra- 7. Right Reverend J. P. McGuire one, was found which gave the boy tion of Mass the probationers formed a small amount of money each week in line before the Communion railing acted as Assistant Priest, Reverend and with it a feeling of independ- each attended by a Senior, or Big E. W. Murphy as Deacon and Rev- ence. He returned to his iarish Sister. The Nightingale pledge was erend E. C. Coakley as Sub-Deacon. church and resumed his religious recited in common and then each Reverend F. J. Keenan and Very trainihg where he had dropped it probationer received from her spon-i years before. Eventually, with the sor the school cap and lighted candle Reverend Dominic, O.M.C., were dea- youth making daily and then weekly which she carried in the return pro- cons of honor. Very Reverend Mort- contacts with his Big Brother, he cession to signify her intention of signor F. Conron was Master of finished high school, was released following as nearly as possible the Ceremonies. Clergymen present in from the court without a record, and ideals of the nursing profession as the sanc[uary for the occasion were: is now making his own way among illustrated in the life of Florence Very Reverend Monsignor L. Binz, desirable friends, spending his free Nightinale. Very Reverend W. G. McMillan, Rev-time in special evening school work, Father E. A. O'Brien, hospital erend C. H. Quinn, Reverend M. G.: a walking example of the advan- chaplain, officiated at the services Svarlis, Reverend T. J. Dailey, Rev- tages in giving a boy to a Big Broth- and at the close of the reception erend Francis J. Miller, Reverend er instead of to such institutions as R. Gordon, and Reverend F. McNal- St. Charles with its proven advan- ley. The Mass was sung by Mul- tages in the schooling of crime and doon's special choral group, criminals. Two Local Parishes Plan Benefit Shows Although no definite announce- ment can be made. as yet, about the Saint Patrick annual minstrel show, work is going on with the cast who are planning on startling their audience with their clever singing and dancing. The Shamrock _Athletic Associa- tion of St. Patrick Parish has a full set of boxing equipment added to the club property. Mr. Maurice Finelon will be instructor in boxing for club members aspiring to become boxers. Miss Wilma Kreuter. W. P. A. re- creational instructor, has begun volley-ball and basket-ball with the ' he ne A. Iv: e, t ul g] le, le P. J. P. of St. Mary's church, namely: The Revs. John J. Darcy, J. J. Greene, A. J. Cart, Stephen Wouife, P. F. Byrne, J. A. Solon, J. P. Harrington, Paul Burke, W. D. O'Brien, J. O'Donoghue, P. J. Geraghty, r. J. Donoghue, P. J. McGuire, M. J. McEvoy, Joyce, J. H. Whelan, M. A. Schu- reacher, J. R. Quigley, T. O. Ma- guire, A. J. Neidert, W. J. Curran, C. H. Quinn, E. J. Connolly, Thomas Bermingham, M. A. Kissane. St. Mary's School St. Mary's parochial school was opened in September, 1888, in four improvised rooms in the basement of the church, with the Sisters of St. Dominic of Sinsinawa, Wis., as teachers. Sister M. Wilfred was the first principal. In September, 1906, th Sisters of St. Dominic of Blau- I velt, New York, were installed and l these Sisters were succeeded in 1912 I by the Sisters of Loretto, Kentucky. I There are 255 children in the school ] at present and the superior is Sister] 5I. Prudentia. ] Present Pastor and Assistant I The present pastor, Father C. J. Ford, O.S.A., was born in Lawrence,, Mass, October ,, 188o, and was edu- cated in St. Mary's parochial school, i He graduated from St. Mary's high I school in June, 1899, from Vilanova] college in June, 1904, and was or-! dained to the priesthood May 25, 1907 He was assigned to Chicago in June, 1907, and remained there until his coming to Aurora in July, 1925. He was pastor of St. Rita's in Aurora until July 19, 1933, when he came to St. Mary's. The present assistant pastor, Fath- er Thomas J. Daley, O.S.A., was born September 15, 1889, in New York City. He was ordained June 6, 1917. and became assistant pastor at St. Mary's December 15, 1933. Trustees of the parish are Mr. John Fredericks and Mr. John Lon- ergan. girls of Saint Patrick's Grammar School. The Lithuanian Woman Alliance League is sponsoring a play for the benefit of Sts. Peter and Paul parish, which will be given the evening o[ January 12 in the school hall. A Christmas program base d on the Nativity was given by the pupils of Sts. Peter and Paul School on December 31. The play was well attended by parents an(] friends ol the pupils. BAUMGARDNER I PHARMACY "A Pleasure to Serve You" 402 E. STATE MAIN 416 802 KISHWAUKEE MAIN 61 Solid Leather Footwear Smartly Styled- Attractively Priced Peters Shoe Store 320 West State Street ASK FOR Rockcote Pamts At Your Dealers ROCKFORD PAINT MFG. CO. 201 NO. MADISON ST. I Quality Electric Store I I TH MILLER-SANTEE CO. I FOR ANY ELECTRICAL WORK AND APPLIANCES 1 I Phone Main 3441 218 N. Main St. l Patronize Observer Advertisers This- Paper :Are Your Friends--You Shou!d 3anuary 9, 1936 preached an inspiring sermon. Those who received the cap are as follows: Doris Berry, Berlin, Wis.; Marjorie Gooch, Plainfield, Wis.; Janet Reynolds, Eleanor Leuders, and Eleanor Hallisey, Beloit, Wis.; Jeanette Allen, and Pauline Norem, Byron, Ill.; Genevieve Sproul, Ruth Holte, Rockton; Marion Wilmarth, Naomi Womochil, and Berniece By- linowski, Oregon; Jean Kerr, Galena: Evelyn Ode, Stockton; Evelyn Pier- son, Dickens, Ia.; Blanch McCord, Catherine Schmidt, Virginia Adam- son, Alma Fleege, Evelyn Cook, Ruth Thomason, Carol Rockwell, Alphil Joslin, and Mary Nolan, Rockford. St. Anthony's hospital school of nursing is conducted by the Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis. INSTALL AN ECONOMICAL STOKER in your furnace or boiler and heat your home or place of business AU- TOMATICALLY and ECONOMIC- ALLY, Phone or Write ECONOMICAL DIVISION OF COTTA TRANSPORTAION CORP, Rockford, II1. 2340 11th Street Main 1810 Lantow's Drug Store Headquarters For * Cell-U-Diabetic Foods * Luick's Ice Cream 502 SEVENTH STREET A. LEON FARMER RUG CO. Lowest ,r,cea For Rugs JANUARY SALE OF FURS DEPENDABLE FURS At the Lowest Prices . . , -k FUR COATS, JACKETS CAPES AND NECK PIECES All Included NORTHERN FUR COs xclusive Furriers Since 1865 STORING REPAIRING CLEANING RESTYLING MAIN 19 202-4 N. MAIN ST. CARPETS AND LINOLEUM / At Our Factory Sales Room 808-812 CEDAR ST. MAIN 1746 ----  -- m THOMPSON'S, INC. ..... 114 S. WYMAN ST. - DRESSES-- HOSIERY . ! Park Avenue Shops SUITS COATS OALITY ROCKFORD ZENITH STORES, INC. * Philco RADIOS *Zenith AND WASHERS Electrical Refrigerators 211 EAST STATE MAIN lg92 Rockford, III, i COAL -- COKE -- WOOD One Good "TON" Deserves Anotherl May We Serve You? All Kinds of Fuel B & B Fuel Co., Inc. Phone Main 463 1108 Kilburn Ave. ABRAMS  N Church Street STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHS OF QUALITY ARTISTIC FRAMING # GREETING CARDS PHONE FOREST 6673 Rockford LLE ' 123 West State Street WASHERS  IRONERS -- RADIOS REFRIGERATORS  CLEANERS Wilson Electric Co. Wiring and Lighting Fixtures Phone, Main ?,800 113 S. MADISON STREET | Lillian Meyers Edith Farmer| I BOB-O.LOCK BEAUTY SHOPPE Eugene Permanent Waving FOREST 6476 112 N. WYMAN ST. Furniture T -- Gifts 330 NORTH MAIN STREET PHONE MAIN 1081 ROCKFORD PRINTING AND SUPPLY CO. Printers -- Stationers 21.216 East State St. COAL COKE WOOD NORTH TOWN FUEL COMPANY QUALITY FUELS SERVICE Phone Main 384 / 'The House of Specialized Service' /I PETERSON BATrERY & ELECTRIC SERVICE Automotive Electrical and Carburetion 207 S. Winnebago St. Main 7251 317 CHESTNUT ST. MAIN 2210 FISHER MATTRESS SHOPPE F. J, ZINK, Proprietor "Direst From Factory to You" Mattresses Renovated ............ $3,50 NEW MATTRESSES AND BOX SPRINGS OF ALL KINDS Headquarters for Rockford and Northern Illinois THE SHERWlN- WILLIAMS CO. 202 SOUTH MAIN STREET Phone Main 1230 We Dress Your Floors and VVindows THE CAR-PET.LINE STORE, INC. Linoleum--Window Shades Carpets--Rugs--Draperies 428 7th St. Phone, Main 1700 i PAINT WALLPAPER . "Clothes Individually Tailored" Elwin Kool, Tailor Nelson Hotel Bldg. 304'S. Main St. Phone Main 5181 "1 les, Prayer Books, Rosaries m; ! VON DER VELLEN 514 WEST STATE ST.   mmm  I CLEANERS, HATTERS I BON-TON CLEANERS Phone--Main 299 Plant: Willard Office: at W. State 312 Park Ave. MEN --SHOES--WOMEN II LI I 107 NO. MAIN STREET Jaeger's New Central Market "'Everything for the Table" Quality Groceries and Meats, Home Dressed Poultry- Fruits, Vegetables Phones, :Main 2536-2537-2538 207 NORT:H CHURCH ST. BISHOP IS JUBILARIAN Quebec, Dec. 30.--The dean of the French-Canadian Bishops, the Most Rev. J. S. H. Bruneault, Bishop of Nicolet, celebrated the thirty-sixth anniversary of his consecration on WILLIAMSON MOTOR CO. Friday. Illllllllllllllllllllllll January SERVIcEspROTECTION ei CHR STREET A Personal%nspection FUR SALE Wil Convince You [ Butters Motor Co. IST Flowers Eor Every Occasion SalesBuick & GrahamService 528 West State 8tet BIG REDUCTIONS 313 S. 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