FUNERAL OF MRS. ALFRED WATTS.
A very representative gathering of old co!o nists attended the funeral of the late Mrs. Alfred Watts at the Clayton Church Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. J. Robertson
officiated. Those present included Messrs. Thomas Giles, Hubert Giles, Clement Giles, M. P., Mortimer Giles, Louis Giles, Dr. Anstey Giles (the deceased lady's medical attendant), Messrs. T. O'Halloran Giles, Edgar Giles, Arnold Giles, R. N. Giles, A. Giles, J. E. Giles. Mrs. Churchward, Messrs. G. F. Cleland, E. C. Cleland (all rela tives), S. Tomkinson, James Smith, Philip Levi, Edmund Levi, W. Dean. M. S. Clark, Alfred Mills, A. G. Burt, H. Kelly, E. H. Hallack. J. G. Outlaw, F. B. Welle, and J. B. Austin. A number of floral offerings were placed on the coffin. The funeral arrangements were superintended by Mr. P. Gay.