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#11 Date: Tue, 04 Jul 2000
#11a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - June 20, 1929)
KILLED AT SAINT JOHN
Four Year Old Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Hiltz, Hit by Car [The Canadian Press]
Saint John, June 20 - Four year old Myra Hiltz, daughter of M. and Mrs. Lawson D. Hiltz, West Saint John, was almost instantly killed at noon to-day, when she was struck by a car driven by W. L. Harding, ex-Commissioner of Public Works. The child was knocked down and the wheels passed over her head before the driver of the car could apply the brakes.
It was said the car was proceeding slowly from the city to Mr. Harding's home in West Saint John and that the child ran out immediately in front of the automobile.
Dr. A. F. Emery, coroner, said an inquest would probably be held.
#11b (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - 1928)
BROWN - Suddenly at Marysville, April 18th, Estella Blanch, beloved wife of George M. Brown, of this city, aged 46 years. Funeral from her late home in George Street, this city, to-morrow afternoon. Service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. F. H. Holmes, M. A., and interment at Sunnybank Cemetery.
#11c (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Jan'y 6th, 1929)
FLANAGAN - Suddenly at Marysville on January 6th, Thomas J. Flanagan, aged 67 years.
Funeral from his late home at Marysville to-morrow morning, leaving the house at 8.30 o'clock. High mass of Requiem will be celebrated at St. Anthony's church, Devon, at 9 o'clock by Rev. Father Donahoe and interment made at The Hermitage.
#11d (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Dec 23, 1929)
BIRD - Entered into rest at 143 Charlotte Street on December 23rd, Jane Hanning Bird, widow of James Bird, aged 79 years. Funeral from home of her daughter, Mrs. James Pringle, to-morrow afternoon. Service at 2 o'clock by Rev. J. G. Berry and interment in the family plot at New Maryland.
#11e (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Aug 12, 1930)
Buried at Rusiagornis.
The funeral of the late Irvine Moore, who died suddenly at Rusiagornis on Sunday morning, took place yesterday afternoon and was largely attended. Service at the house and at the United Baptist Church was conducted by Rev. Mr. Killam and interment was made at Rusiagornis. The pall-bearers were six sons, who also acted as mourners, Robert, Hartley, Edgar, Leaverett, Ansel, Winston, Philip and Chauncey Moore. The other mourners were Allan Boyle, Austin Boyle, Zopher Phillips.
#12 Date: Wed, 05 Jul 2000
#12a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Feb 4, 1930)
Died in Hospital.
The death occurred in Victoria Hospital at an early hour this morning of John A. Fletcher, at the age of 46 years. Deceased was born at New Maryland and lived in and about Fredericton all his life. He was employed with Fred McLaggan near Stanley and was brought to the Hospital last night for treatment, his death occurring a few hours later. He was respected by all who knew him and his death will be learned of with regret. He is survived by two brothers and two sisters, Wesley E. Fletcher, of New Maryland; Medley E. Fletcher, of Fredericton; Mrs. Bessie Dougherty and Mrs. Everett Nason in the United States. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
#12b (This entire note is handwritten on a one inch square of paper and pasted on the center of the page.)
Mrs. McGinnes (or McGinnis) Sister died April 16, 1928. Mrs McG. Died at her funeral.
#12c (Handwritten on the top of the clipping - Jan 8, 1930)
Died at Victoria Hospital.
The death occurred at Victoria Hospital late yesterday afternoon of Mrs. Sarah Charters, wife of Harry C. Charters, of New Maryland, at the age of 52 years. Deceased was only at the hospital a few days, where she underwent an operation. She had been a lifelong resident of New Maryland, where she was held in the highest esteem by all who knew her. She is survived by her husband, four sons, Robert, Daniel, William and Joseph; two daughters, Mrs. Harry McNeill, of Fredericton, and Miss Margaret Charters, at home; her mother Mrs. James Horncastle, of Fredericton; six brothers, Rankine, Edwin, William, Allen, Percy, Horncastle, of Fredericton, and Hilton, of New Maryland; three sisters, Miss Margaret Horncastle, R. N. of New Rochelle, N. Y.; Mrs. Edward Simmons, New Maryland, and Mrs. Arthur Wetmore, of Cardston, Alta. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon from the home of her mother, 47 Saunders Street, with prayers at 1.50 o'clock by Rev. A. F. Bate and service at the Church of England, New Maryland, at 3 o'clock and interment in the adjoining churchyard.
#13 Date: Thu, 06 Jul 2000
#13a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Died Feb 20 Buried March 21, 1930)
Funeral at Marysville.
The funeral of the late Harry Hatch, who died lately at Three Rivers, Quebec, took place at Marysville this afternoon. Service was held at the late home of the deceased at 2 p. m. and at the Baptist church at 2.30 p. m. Rev. J. D. MacPherson, of Marysville, conducted the service. Interment was made in the Baptist Cemetery, with a delegation from the Canadian Legion acting as pall- bearers. Knights of Pythias, of which the deceased was a member were also present.
#13b CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Harry H. Hatch wish to thank their friends and relatives for the kindness shown them in their recent sad bereavement, especially Mr. Rotheray, Mr. Fogh and Mr. Parsons, of the International Pulp & Paper Company, Miss Mabel Bruce, the United Baptist choir,
Marysville Lodge Knights of Pythias, Marysville Branch Canadian Legion, those who kindly loaned cars, also for the beautiful floral tributes as follows: Pillow, Jennie; broken circle, Mother and Sister; pillow, Mr. and Mrs. F. Gereau and family; gates ajar, International Pulp & Paper Company, Campbellton; wreath, Forest Engineering Department, C. I. P. P. C., Three Rivers, Que.; wreath, Employees Mutual Benefit Insurance Company; wreath, Marysville Branch Canadian Legion; wreath, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Lorne Chapman, Moncton; wreath, Archie, Kenneth, Donald and Stewart MacDougall; wreath, Marysville Lodge Knights of Pythias; wreath, Cloth Hall; wreath, United Baptist Church; basket, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailey; basket, Della and Percy; basket, Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan and family; basket, Dorcas Endeavor Class; basket, G. E. B. Class; basket, Elva; basket, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Morris; basket, Bertha and Jack,; basket, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence White; basket, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tracy and Mr. and Mrs. James R. Howie; basket, Mrs. Ramey and Mrs. Wilby; basket, Uncle Will, Aunt Nell and family; basket, Mina, Ruby, Dorothy, Lois, Daisy, Fannie, Grace and Mabel; basket, Mr. and Mrs. Redvere Scott, Newton, Mass.; flat bouquet, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robinson and Charles Stephenson, Detroit; flat bouquet, World Wide Guild; flat bouquet, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Whitebone, Saint John; flat bouquet, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Yeomans, Saint John; flat bouquet, J. Edwin Tracy, Saint John; flat bouquet, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Hiltz and family, Saint John; flat bouquet, Mr. and Mrs. James Trainor, Saint John; flat bouquet, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dunlap and family.
#13c (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Mar 21, 1930)
Died at Victoria Hospital.
The death occurred at Victoria Hospital at an early hour this morning of Isabelle H. Lipsett, aged 56 years. Deceased had not been in the best of health for some time and entered the hospital a few days ago for treatment. She was known and respected by a large circle of friends and is survived by two brothers, David Lipsett, of Minneapolis, and Gilbert Lipsett, of Roxbury. The funeral will take place on Sunday afternoon from the home of Alex. Forbes, 134 Saunders Street, service will be conducted by Rev. George Telford and interment made at Rural Cemetery extension.
#14 Date: Sat, 08 Jul 2000
#14a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Feb 20 1930.)
Death of Mrs. John McKnight.
The death occurred yesterday afternoon at her home in King Street of Mrs. John McKnight after a short illness at the age of 70 years. Deceased was the widow of John McKnight, who for many years conducted a grocery business in Fredericton and sat at the Council Board for some
years. A week ago she was stricken with paralysis and from the first it was seen she could not recover and her death yesterday afternoon was not unexpected. Although of a retiring disposition she made many friends, her kindly habits endearing her not only to the members of her immediate
family but all with whom she was associated. She was a lover of her home and her death will be learned of with sincere regret. She is survived by two sons, ex-Ald. Ivan McKnight, of this city, who succeeded his father in business, and Milton D. McKnight, of Montreal. A son, Locksley McKnight made the supreme sacrifice in the Great War, and a daughter, Mrs. Douglas Conrod, died about seven years ago. There are four grandchildren, three brothers and four sisters, C. Herbert
Kilpatrick, Basil M. Kilpatrick and Fred W. Kilpatrick, of Florenceville; Mrs. Harvey Kinney, of Centreville; Mrs. C. Charles Connell, Woodstock; Mrs. George Tweedle and Mrs. Andrew Kinney,
Florenceville. The funeral will take place on Saturday afternoon with service at the house at 2.15 o'clock by Rev. George Telford and interment at Rural Cemetery.
#14b (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Dec. 18, 1930)
Mrs. Sarah Edgar Dead.
The death occurred on Saturday afternoon at her home in Springhill of Mrs. Sarah Lee Edgar, widow of William Edgar, aged 79 years. Deceased was born at Springhill where she spent all of her life with the exception of 15 years, when she lived in Fredericton. She was held in the highest esteem by all who knew her and her death will be regretted. She is survived by a brother, John A. Campbell, ex-M. L. A., and one sister, Miss Annie Campbell, of Springhill. Her husband died about two years ago. The funeral took place this afternoon with service at the house by Rev. J. G. Berry, of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church and interment at Rural Cemetery extension. The funeral was largely attended, may being at Rural Cemetery to meet the body and pay a last tribute of respect.
#14c (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - July 10, 1929)
A Sad Bereavement
Dr. Aulder L. Gerow and Mrs. Gerow are receiving the sincere sympathy of their many friends on the death yesterday morning at Victoria Hospital of their infant son, Aulder Addison, aged one hour. Mrs. Gerow's condition, which was serious yesterday, is more encouraging to-day, she having had a fairly comfortable night.
#15 Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2000
I'm sorry about the previous message - gremlins must have gotten into my computer. The typed newspaper clippings didn't copy to the clipboard and you got a copy of something I was working on previously. Here is the Thistle Mission Band Newspaper Clippings-5. (Old item edited out by CBB)
#15a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - May 24, 1930.)
BOY INSTANTLY KILLED AT NEW MARYLAND
Allen Lipsett Fell Under Road Roller, Had Skull Crushed.
Bert Allen Lipsett, aged 14, of New Maryland, was instantly killed on Saturday evening when he fell from a road roller he was driving and the heavy machine ran over him crushing his skull. It is believed he fell while trying to adjust the reins on the horses without stopping the team.
The young boy, who was popular with his friends, had a kindly disposition and his tragic death is regretted by a large circle of friends. He was a son of the late Allen Lipsett and is survived by his mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lipsett; two sisters, Margaret and Mary; three half-sisters and two half-brothers, Doris, Helen, Martha, Ivan and Earl.
The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon with service at his late home at three o'clock by Rev. J. F. Rowley and interment in the United Church cemetery at New Maryland.
#15b (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Dec 24, 1930)
DIES FROM INJURIES
Granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver T. Smith, Fatally Injured at West Saint John
Mrs. Oliver T. Smith went to Saint John last night to attend the funeral of her granddaughter, Lois Butland, whose death occurred on Wednesday following injuries received when struck by an automobile. The little girl, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Esmond Butland, of West Saint John, was coasting down the yard of her home to the roadway. A car driven by L. T. Blackwell, of Lancaster Avenue, was climbing the steep incline of Duke Street hill at the time and did not see the child or her sled until after it had struck the front wheel and thrown her to the roadway. She was picked up and taken to the hospital where she died. She was only five years of age and a general favorite and is survived by her parents and a sister.
The funeral took place this afternoon with service by Rev. W. McN. Matthews and interment made at Cedar Hill Cemetery.
#16 Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2000
#16a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Oct 28, 1930.)
The Late James S. Inch.
The funeral of the late James S. Inch took place this afternoon from his home at Marysville and was largely attended. People in all walks of life from Marysville, Devon, Fredericton and other places being in attendance, as a last mark of respect to one who was held in high esteem by all who knew him. It was under the auspices of Marysville Lodge, No. 19, Knights of Pythias, and the large number of members of the order preceded the hearse in the funeral cortege. Prayers at the house and service at the United Church of Canada were conducted by Rev. M. H. Manael, who also read the committal prayers at the grave after which the beautiful and solemn service of the Knights of Pythias was carried out. There were many beautiful floral tributes from friends and relatives in
different parts of Canada and the United States and interment was made in the United Church of Canada cemetery. The pall bearers were all members of the Knights of Pythias, S. J. Hallett, William Cameron, John McInnis, Howard Dunbar, Frank Collings, Henry Pickard, while the chief
mourners were G. Leonard Inch, James Inch, Jack Inch, Millen Christenson, G. C. Torrens, William Hawkins, Edward Inch, Walter Hoyt, Fred Hoyt, John Inch, Harold Inch, Howard Burtt, Harley Burtt, Roy W. Smith, Vernon Matthews, George Pugh, Jarvis Morehouse, Sylvester Jones, Albert Estey, Emerson Hawkins. In addition the family already mentioned Mrs. James Radcliffe of Winnipeg, is a daughter.
#16b (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Mar 6, 1931.)
CAMPBELL - At Kingsclear on March 6, 1931, John A. Campbell in his 95th year.
Funeral from the First Kingsclear Baptist Church, on Wednesday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. Service at the church by Rev. J. A. Corey and Rev. H. T. Buckland and interment at Rural Cemetery.
#16c TRACY - Fell asleep at Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, on Saturday March 7th, 1931, Ruth M., beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Tracy, of Tracy, N. B. aged nine years.
Funeral from the home of her parents, Tracy, on Tuesday afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. J. H. Westrup and interment at Tracy.
COCHRANE - At Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, on January 23rd, 1931, Ethel M., beloved wife of Norman C. Cochrane, of Marysville.
Funeral will take place on Sunday afternoon with prayers at the home in Marysville at 2 o'clock and service in the Reformed Baptist Church at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. L. T. Sabine and interment at Baptist cemetery extension.
#17 Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2000
#17a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - March 11, 1931.)
Died at Springhill To-day.
The death occurred at her home at Springhill this morning of Miss Isabella Edgar in the 88thyear of her age. Deceased was a daughter of the late John and Isabella Edgar and was a life long resident of this community. She leaves to mourn one sister, Mrs. John C. Gilman of Kingsclear, and her nephew, John Edgar, with whom she made her home and a niece Mrs. Frank Pickard of Keswick, as well as several other nieces and nephews. She was a woman of splendid character and endeared herself to all with whom she made her acquaintance. Funeral notice will be announced later.
#17b (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Dec. 12, 1931.)
AT MARYSVILLE (Special to The Daily Gleaner)
Marysville, N. B. Dec. 14 - Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. E. J. Barass which occurred at a Montreal hospital Saturday evening. The deceased was well known here, her husband, Rev. E. J. Barass, was pastor of the Baptist Church here before he received a call to Truro, N. S. At the morning service in Canada (the clipping is cut off here.)
#17c (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Aug 8, 1931.)
The Late Mrs. David Rice.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Jessie M. Rice, wife of David H. Rice, will take place to- morrow afternoon from her late home in New Maryland, with prayers at the house at two o'clock and service in the Church of England at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. A. F. Bate and interment in the church-yard adjoining. Mrs. Rice passed away yesterday afternoon in Victoria Public Hospital at the age of 55 years. She had been ill for the past several months, but had been a patient at the hospital for only
a few days. She was known to a large circle of friends for her kindness and generosity and her death will leave a gap in the community in which she lived. She is survived by her husband, four brothers, Richard Hartlin, of Great Falls, Mont., John and James Hartlin of Central Caribou, N. S., and William Hartlin, of Harrigan Cove, N. S., and two sisters, Mrs. H. M. Green of Los Angeles, Cal., and Mrs. William Wilson, of Boston.
BUNKER - At Marysville, N. B. on February 4th, 1931, Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Bunker, widow of Sherman Bunker, of Rusiagornis, aged 73 years.
Service at the home of her son, Zellan Bunker, this evening at 8 o'clock by Rev. D. C. Kaine. The body will be taken to Rusiagornis to-morrow and the funeral take place to-morrow afternoon with service at 1.30 o'clock by Rev. Mr. Killiam and Rev. Mr. Kaine.
#18 Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2000
#18a (Handwritten at the bottom of the clipping - Died Dec 3rd, 1931.)
Funeral Largely Attended.
The funeral of the late Miss Elizabeth A. Gallimore took place yesterday afternoon from her late home at Marysville and was largely attended. All Saints' Church, where the service was held, not being large enough to hold all who wished to attend. Prayers were said at the house at 2.15 and service conducted at the church at 2.30 by Rev. C. LeRoi Mooera and interment made in the Methodist cemetery. There were many beautiful floral tributes. The pall-bearers were William Collett, Thomas McDowell, Harry Preese, Henry Pickard, John Pickard, Richard Hodges. The chief mourners were William Harris, Mr. And Mrs. Herbert Harris, Miss Clegg, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunbar, Ronald Burke, Edwin Burke.
#18b (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Jan'y 1932)
The Late William L. McFarlane.
The body of the late William L. McFarlane, who was found dead in his room at the Admiral Beatty Hotel, Saint John, yesterday morning arrived here last night accompanied by his two sons, Leslie McFarlane, of this city, and Stuart McFarlane of Saint John. Another son, G. Harold
McFarlane, arrived from Worcester, Mass., at noon to-day to attend the funeral. The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon with service at his late home at Nashwaaksis at 2 o'clock by Rev. George Telford, and interment at Rural Cemetery, Douglas.
#18c (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Aug 31, 1931.)
Death of Young Woman,
The death occurred this morning at her home in New Maryland of Laura M. Fletcher, wife of Clifford O. Fletcher, after three months illness at the age of 19 years. Deceased was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Charters, New Maryland, and was respected by all who knew her, and her
death at such an early age will be learned of with sincere regret. She is survived by her husband, a daughter, Barbara D., her parents, four brothers and three sisters, Charles, John, James and Preston, at home, Mrs. Arthur Stewart, of Cole's Island, and Effie and Grace, at home. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon from the home of her parents, with prayers at 1.30. Service will be conducted at the United Baptist Church at Nasonworth at two o'clock by Rev. Mr. Corey and
interment made in the Baptist Cemetery at Nasonworth.
LOVE - At Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B., December 11th, 1934, Margaret Beulah, beloved wife of Charles F. Love of Penniac, aged 51 years.
Funeral from her late home on Thursday afternoon with service at 2 o'clock by Rev. W. S. Smith and interment in the Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.
#19 Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2000
#19a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Jan'y 13, 1932.)
Marysville Man Dies in Hospital.
The death occurred at a late hour last night at Victoria Public Hospital of Amos Allen Pond, of Marysville, at the age of 69 years. Deceased had been in failing health for some time and a few days ago was taken to the hospital for treatment. He was well known and highly respected in the community in which he lived and his death will be learned of with regret. He is survived by his widow, two sons, Archie, of Marysville and Howard; one daughter, Mrs. Wilmot Lyons of Marysville;
four brothers and three sisters, John H., and Ludlow, of Marysville; Hazen and Charles of Newburyport, Mass.; Mrs. John McMorris, Marysville; Mrs. J. Darling, of Salem, Mass., and Mrs. Morrell, of Newburyport. The funeral will take place on Friday afternoon with service at his late
home at 3.30 o'clock by Rev. Mr. McWilliams and interment in the Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.
#19b(Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Feb 6th, 1932.)
Died at Marysville.
The death occurred at Marysville last night of Mrs. Grace Eva Jones, wife of Randolph Jones, after a lingering illness at the age of 37 years. Deceased was a daughter of the late John Steeves and of Mrs. Steeves of Marysville, and before her marriage was a school teacher. After her marriage she went to Lower Hainesville to live where she formed many warm friendships by her genial disposition and Christian character. She had been in poor health for some time and a few months ago came to her mother's home in Marysville so that she would be near a doctor for medical treatment. She did not respond to the treatment and her death occurred last night and it will be learned of with regret by many friends. She is survived by her husband and four children, Russell, Stanley, Constance and Margaret; her mother, Mrs. John Steeves; one brother James O. Steeves, Oliver, B. C., and four sisters, Stella, Bessie and Pearl, of Marysville, and Mrs. J. S. Mavor, of Calgary. The funeral will take place on Sunday afternoon from the home to the Reformed Baptist Church where service will be conducted by Rev. L. T. Sabine and interment made in the family plot in the Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.
GIBSON - At Lower St. Mary's, N. B. April 1st, 1935, James Gibson, son of the late Alexander Gibson, aged eighty years.
Funeral from the United Church of Canada, Marysville, at 8.30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Service by Rev. M. H. Manuel and interment made in the family plot in the United Church of Canada Cemetery, Marysville.
#20 Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2000
There was no date on the first one in the set today, but is probably 1931 or 1932 going by the dates on the other clippings.
#20a Many Were at Funeral
At the funeral yesterday afternoon of the late Mrs. Charles Forbes many were present at the service held at the house by Rev. George Telford and Rev. Mr. Burns, including members of the choir of St. Paul's United Church, who sang several hymns. The body was taken by special train to Taymouth, accompanied by many from the city and Devon, and at Taymouth many old friends were present. Rev. Mr. Telford and Rev. Mr. Fytche, of Taymouth, conducted the service at the grave and the many beautiful floral tributes were placed upon the grave in Taymouth Cemetery. The pall bearers were Solomon Greer, William Horncastle, Robert Willett, T. W. Sansom, Harry Greer, Daniel Charters. The chief mourners were Alex. Forbes, James Forbes, John Forbes, Roy Forbes, Malcom Tait, Donald Tait, Charles Forbes, Perry Forbes, Ralph Forbes, Ivan Forbes, Ronald Forbes,
Harry Greer, Archie Greer, Edward Horncastle, R. Bedford Green, James Greer, Donald Horncastle, Solomon Greer, Hedley Forbes, Robert Forbes, Angus Forbes, Robert Forbes, Nashwaak, William Horncastle, Andrew Perry, John Perry. James Fraser. (Next clipping pasted over bottom of this clipping and seems to be hiding another row of names ending with "Sandy"
on the right side of the clipping.)
#20b (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Dec. 5, 1931.)
Died at New Maryland.
The death occurred at New Maryland this morning at 10 o'clock of Mrs. Elizabeth (Bessie) Doherty, widow of Henry Doherty, after a long and painful illness at the age of 47 years. Deceased was born in New Maryland and lived for some years in Fredericton before going to Portland, Me. to live. Being stricken with an incurable malady she came back to Fredericton and lived here for a few months before going to New Maryland to live with her brother, Wesley Fletcher, at whose home she died. She was a woman of exemplary habits, who made friends and kept them, and her death will be learned of with regret. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher, of New Maryland, and is survived by one daughter, Margaret, of this city; two brothers, Wesley
Fletcher, of New Maryland, and Medley Fletcher, of this city, and one sister, Mrs. Everett Nason, of Providence, R. I. The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon, leaving the house at three o'clock. Service will be conducted in the Anglican Church at New Maryland and interment made in the adjacent churchyard.
SMITH - At Beaverdam, York county, N. B., April 4th, 1935, Israel Smith, aged 88 years.
Funeral to-morrow afternoon at one o'clock from the home of his son, Edward E. Smith. Service at the United Baptist Church, Nasonworth, at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. Mr. Ricker and interment in Nasonworth cemetery.