NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY. JUNE 2, 1902.
LATEST FAIR HAVEN NEWS
STEELS Willi: CO.'S yEWVLAXT
Will Probably be In Operation by July
lit Adjourned Annual Town Sleeting
to be Held Till! Evening-Important
Bailniii to lis Transacted.
The new plant of the National Steel
and Wire company will he In operation
about July 1. This plant, when fully
completed, will have cost about $1,000,
000. The company purchased abnut
forty acres of land and hag built sev
eral large buildings. When in full op
eration It is expected that about one
thousand hand3 will be employed. The
old plant, much smaller in area, was
destroyed by fire over a year ago. The
new plant is located near the east end
Of the Quinnipiac bridge and near Fair
mont avenue. The company will turn
out several hundred tons of manufact
ured Iron dally.
The adjourned annual meeting of the
borough of Fair Haven East will be
held in the engine house, East Grand
avenue, this evening. The question of
moving the engine house from East
Grand to a lot on Quinnipiac avenue
will be considered. Several reports will
be made, and the annual tax will bo
Mrs. Willis Hemingway, who is stop
ping this Bummer with her daughter,
Mrs. Joseph Cook, of Ticonderoga, N.
Y., ha9 been quite ill from the effects
of a severe cold, but she is now much
Miss Minnie Sheehan and Miss Mar
garet Heenan. visited In Hartford on
Memorial day, the guests of Miss LiUIe
Theron C. Fowler has purchased of E.
Walter Leete fifty feet of land on Quin
Under the auspices of the Farther
Lights' society an f ntertulnment will ba
given in the Grand avenue Baptist
church next Thursday evening at 8
o'clock. John W. Wetzel, instructor in
elocution at Yale university, will be as
sisted by Miss Gertrude Kapltze, so
prano; Miss Harriet M. Butler, contral
to, and Miss Nellie E. Edmondson, ac
companist. A quartette of Yale uni
versity students will also sing. The
admission is free and a silver collection
will be taken.
The Ladies' guild of Christ church,
East Haven, will hold a sale of home
made bread and cake In the town hall
next Wednesday afternoon from 2 to B.
Ice cream will be served. There will
be an entertainment in the evening at 8
o'clock. The farce entitled "The .Run
Bonnets" is to be given by talent from
West Haven. It is said to be a very
amusing farce and should be heird by
a large audience. After the entertain
ment there will be Informal dancing.
The admission is ten cents.
Rev. John Knox McLean. D. D., pres
ident of the Pacific Theological semi
nary, Berkeley, Cnl., preached in Pll
prim church yesterday morning. Dr.
McLean was pastor of the Third, or
Center, church at the time of its exist
ence in this part of the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butler and their
grandson, Frederick Butler, of Atwater
street, visited in Chester last week.
Willis Farren, of Providence, has
been here for a few days, coming up to
attend the funeral of Ms cousin, Charles
Mrs. F. H. Hemingway, who has been
In Buffalo for several weeks, will return
In a few days. She has been in poor
health, but is now considerably im
proved. One Item of Memorial day which it
was forgotten to mention was the1 part
taken by the Ladies of the Grand Army
of the Republic. This society was
formed since the last Memorial day ser
vices and it Is a growing and promising
society. Mrs. James B. Moran, of Grand
avenue, Is the national corresponding
secretary. On the morning of Memorial
day the local circle assembled at Polar
Star hall, received the flowers and ar
ranged them In bouquets and clusters
for decorating the graves. They were
assisted by several other ladles not
members of the circle, who kindly help
ed. Afterwards they set the tables and
a bountiful collation was served to
about two hundred people who had tak
en part in the decoration exercises at
the cemetery. All appeared to enjoy
the spred and voted this part of the ex
ercises of the day a success. Then
three rousing cheers were given to
Warren Thomas circle No, 5, l adies of
the G. A. R. This circle meets the first
and third. Tuesday of each month in the
A. O. U. W. hall, 25 Grand avenue,
where very pleasant meetings are held.
Their mission is to assist in the work
of the G. A. R.
"BLOWS THAT TELL."
Earnest and Effective Work for the
At Epworth M. E. church last even
ing the pastor. Rev. H. E. Hlller, spoke
from the words "So fight I not as dne
that beateth the air." After speaking
of the warlike Greeks of old, their bat
tles and glory and of the great honor
given to fea()s of strength and prowess
as instanced by the Olympian games,
the speaker proceeded td consider the
importance of the cultivation of man's
spiritual nature. St. Taul stands be
fore us more than a man of vision. In
the truest sense he was a man of action.
He took within the grasp of his intel
lect great principles, but ha was more
than a brilliant scholar, meditating on
a philosophy of life. We have been
(hearing much in these days about the
strenuous life. It was the life of Paul.
It is the life of everyone who strikes
blows that tell. The old Grecians were
wise in putting emphasis upon the back
bone qualities of character and making,
man courageous and valorous. In the
mind of St. Paul Christ's gospel did not
mean physical degeneracy, but moral
heroism, and spiritual supremacy.
Paul's brave and splendid appeal to the
Greeks "Ye men of Athens," etc., was
an appeal well calculated to strike home
and make a. deep and strong impression.
All St. Paul's blows for Christianity
were telling ones; blows that moveth
men's hearts and souls. So it is to
day. Christians must not. shrink or
swerve, but stand up like good soldiers
for the faith. To accomplish things,
to work effectively, men must have a
fixed purpose and end In view. A slip
shod course is dangerous. 'Ability to
wrest victory out of apparent defeat de
pends oftentimes upon the force of a
In the Spanish-American war General
Chaffee holds a conspicuous place as a
man of courage. His appearance among
hH men shows a magnetic personality
that inspires others to deeds of heroism.
It is said that during the desperate
struggle at El Caney a boy soldier, only
eighteen years of age, weak and cow
ardly,, was encouraged to fight bravely
under the soldiery presence of this illus
trious chief. General Chaffee found the
boy lying on the ground flat on his face
unable to move from fright. One of his
comrades had tried to arouse him, but
he was so overcome with fear that he
did not so much as stir. When the gen
eral first saw the boy he exclaimed,
"Hello! What's the matter with you
down there? Get up and fight with
Somewhat startled by the authorita
tive tones of the man who thus address
ed him the boy whined, "No; I can't."
"Can't?" said General Chaffee, Jump
ing down into the trench and taking
hold of the boy. "What's the matter
with you that you can't Are you
"No, sir," was the honest and instant
reply. "I'm scared; I'm afraid of get
"Well, you are a fine fellow!" spoke
the general, sarcastically. But as he
looked at the boyish face of the lad his
countenance softgped. Then In sub
dued voice he said, "I suppose you can't
help It. It Isn't so much your fault,
though. I'd like to get hold of the fel
low who took you into the army." I
Probably many a general would have
sent the boy to the rear and that would
have ended his military career, but
General Chaffee stood bravely beside
the young soldier and with the bullets
singing around him he said: "There
Isn't as much danger as you think. Now,
get up and take your gun and light and
I'll stand here by you."
The boy arose, shaking like an aspen
leaf and fired his. first shot straight in
"That's pretty high," smiled the gen
eral. "Keep cool and try again,"
In five minutes that scared young sol
dier was fighting like a veteran, cool
and brave as any of his comrades. As
General Chaffee was taking leave of the
young hero he said to him; "You're all
right now, my boy; you'll make a good
"God bless you, sir!" said the boy.
"You have saved me from worse than
death," And It was all he could do to
keep back the tears.
At length, when the order came to fall
back from the trench, it was with dif
ficulty that the young recruit could be
persuaded to retreat, and from that day
no braver soldier fought under the In
Beloved, have you courage in the bat
tle of the Lord? Or, when a decided
stand is to be made on the field, do
you fall aside end vainly beat the air?
Sin malses us cowards. Sin takes away
our confidence. Sin robs us of our self
control. And many a faint-hearted
Christian who has started out to the
Saviour's camp with zeal and enthu
siasm becomes terrified like the ten
spies that went out to explore the Land
of Promise and saw some giants in
their way. But the great captain of
our salvation, always firm and faithful
and loving appears among unsaying,
"Come, stand up on your feet like men,
and do your best and I'll remain by
your side." If we fight In the spirit of
Christ and of Paul we 'shall not be as
one that beateth the air, but every
blow will tell In the emancipation of our
souls from the beggarly elements of the
world and In the triumph of the king
dom whose emblem is the cross. Let ua
arise, go forth and conquer, God being
a tree and was overturned, the harness
breaking and the horsj continuing down
the street, until caught by people in the
ACCIDENT AND RUNAWAY.
Occurred in West Haven A Wheelman
A bicyclist about thirty years of age,
whose name could not be learned, col
lided with a delivery team at the junc
tion of First avenue and Main street, in
West Haven, last Saturday afternoon
about 5 o'clock and was very severely
injured. He was thrown from his wheel
and stepped upon by the horse. The
horse's shoes lacerated the man's hands
In a frightful manner, his shoulder was
badly cut, his face torn and scratched
and covered with dirt, his clothes were
ruined and the bicycle was wrecked.
The unfortunate man was assisted to
his feet, placed In the wagon and con
veyed to his home, 270 Peck avenue,
A lively runaway occurred on Beach
street, WeBt Haven, Saturday after
noon, when a horse attached to a laun
dry delivery wagon became frelghtened
near the Savin Rock end of the street
and ran the length of the thoroughfare,
turning the corner at the Sea View
house. At this point the wagon struck
CONNECTICUT STATE FEDERA
TION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS.
Council Meeting to be Held at Milford
By invitation of the Tuesday After
noon club, of Milford, the council of the
Connecticut State Federation of Wo
men's Clubs will meet next Friday
morning at 10 o'clock in Plymouth
church. Ench federated club Ih entitle!
to representation by its president or her
appointee. County organizers and the
chairmen of standing committees, or
their appointees, are Included in. the
The meeting in the afternoon will b3
under the direction of the Civic club at
2:30 and the industrial committee at
John Graham Brooks, of Boston, will
speak at this time on "The Alms and
Methods of the Consumers' Le.tgue,"
and in the evening will address a meet
ing on the same subject in the Bur
roughs library lecture hall In Bridge
port. John Graham Brooks is president of
the National Consumers' League, and
can present the benefit of the league, to
both worker and consumer, In a most
These meetings are open to the public
and It is hoped many from New Haven
will hear Mr. Brooks In Bridgeport
Miss Clara Fowler lias returned from her
Visit with relatives in New Jersey.
Jlr. and Mrs. Doollttle gave a reception
to Rev. and Mrs. Roosevelt on Thursday
afternoon at their cottage In Woodniont.
The contract lias been awarded to Con
tractor filbert N. Olnrk to lay the grave I
road from Edgar Smith's to Beard's corner
on the Bidgoport turnpike.
Improvements are lieiiiB made on the
First Biiptist elmreh on North avenue.
Mrs. Thomas Rohan died on Thursday
aged seventy years. Funeral was held on
Saturday morning from St. Mary's K. C.
church. She leaves three duuuliters and
Eugene Coe spetn Memorial tiny In town
at Wheeler's Farm.
Calvin Beach eof Bridgeport visited his
brother, James Beach, who is 111, on Fri
day. The annual meeting of the Milford Ceme
tery association wlli be held in the town
clerk's office on Monday evening, June 2, at
Miss Cora Jordan nnd Miss Jennie Car
men of Shclton were the guests of Mrs.
Harry Bristol on Memorial day.
Irving Coe and family will move this
week into Mrs. Nathan W. Merwin's house,
lately occupied by Ir. Gould, on Governors
Mrs. Fannin I'psnn Barrett has returned
from Annapolis, wnere sue has been visit
ing her son Prentice.
Mrs. Bunce is spending a few days at
Plymouth parsonage with her brother, Her.
O. E. l iison.
John Brown of Merlden hns been visiting
his family in town.
The Milford baselmll team defeated the
West End team of Iiriilgep.irt on Saturday
afternoon, with a sore of VI to 111.
George W. Miles, Jr., of Boston is visit
In in town.
"And does your dolly close its eyes?"
said the minister, visiting at the house
of a parishioner.
"No, sir," replied the little thing;
"but I'm going to take her to church
some day, and see if she will; papa
eays nearly everybody goes to sleep
there!" Yonkers Statesman.
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S
BLUE SERGE SUITS.
Suits that are rightly tailored.
Suits that are rightly made.
Suits that fit properly.
Suits that will give satisfaction.
ONE DAY SALE
J. J0IIS0I & SOI
Use ol Siroog
Pills and bitter waters which act
quickly upon the bowels, irritate
and destroy the mucuous linings of
the stomach and bowels. A continued
use of such remedies inflames the
stomach and bowels. The use of the
genuine imported Carlsbad Sprudel
Sjlt Is highly recommended because
its action is due solely to its solvent
and stimulating properties, without
irritating the stomach.
is a remedy prepared by nature. It
cures constipation, liver and kidney
complaints, catarrh of the stomach,
gouty and rheumatic conditions. It
effects a cure without weakening
Every bottle of genuine Carls
bod Hprudol Salt lora the signa
ture of EISNER MEXDELSON
CO., Hole Affents, New York. He
ware of Imitations.
want hi I.
6 Per Cent. Loans.
157 Church Street.
Coal and Coke.
We nro minimi and shipping coal extens
ively, and paying good dividends, but we
need immediately a large number of Coke
Ovens to meet the growing demand for coke,
and therefore offer a small tilotk of our
stock to Investors.
WASHINGTON CO-OPERATIVE MIXING
Box 820, New Haven, Conn.
CHICAGO. PHILADELPHIA. BOSTON.
J. L. McLEAN & CO.,
25 Broal Street. New Yore.
i Chicago Bonrd of Trade.
New York J'roduee Exchange.
Consolidated Stock Exchange.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain,
Orders executed for Investment or mar
glu. Bend for r:r new Elghty
WALL STREET GUIDE.
Just published. Dally Letter on npyllca
LOCAL OFFICE, 840 CHAPEL STREET.
N. A. l'AMNrtit, Manager.
Ths New Haven Real Estata
loli Orange atroot, How ilve.i, Couu
Insures agariist every defect of title fur
purchaners ami mortgagers. Mortgages oil
New Haven Ueai Estate, double security,
constantly on hand for Investor.
JAMES GARDNER CLARK, President.
J AUKS KING8LEY BLAKE. Secretary.
P. C. WARREN 4 CO.,
Foreign Drafts, Letters of
Credit. Agents for Ameri
can Express Co. Checks,
payable in any part of Europe.
108 Orange Street.
NEW HAVEN, Jan. U, 1902.
At the Annual Meeting at the Stockhold
ers of this Batik, Leld this day, the follow
ing named Directum were chosen to serve
(or the ensuing year, via.:
WILBUK F. DAY.
LOUIS 11. BRISTOL.
GEORGE H. TOWNSEND,
THEODORE) S. WOOLSEY,
HAYES QUINCY TROWBRIDGE
Attest: ROBERT I. COUCH, Cashier.
.WILBUR f. DAY. President. Jai tf
We have on hand a lino of hlgh-grada
loans, secured by first mortgages on
some of the finest irrigated farms In
the fertile valleys of Colorado.
. Bearing Interest fit 6 per cent., pay
able semi-annually (both interest and
principal being payable at our office In
Now Haven), they are the best and
surest securities we know of. Wa in
vite your personal investigation.
The Ives Investment Co.
157 CHURCH ST.,
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
NEW YORK OFFICE, - NEW HAVEN OFFICE,
1 MADISON AVE. M U 1 1 t t. 39 CHURCH ST.
Tel. 2100 18th. Tel. 10.17-5.
Dividend for month of May payable May 29th.
6 PER CENT. DIVIDENDS
Now beiug paid on the sloclt of the
Copper Independent Consolidated Mining Company
The last allotment of the stock at $1.00 per share Is nearly all taken. When the
entire allotment is subscrilied for, the stock will he taken from the market end will
not he again offered until itoo-tou milling plant Is in operation and 'the above dlvl
(lends increased to 18 or 121 pur cent., at which time the price will he 2.00 or $3.00
per share. Your order should lie sent in nt once. Tlio right is reserved to reject any
subscription when the full allotment Is taken. Make all orders and remittances to
JOHN W. SOHROEDER,
CONSERVATIVE MINING INVESTMENTS, ' 1
315 WASHINGTON BUILDING,
39 CHURCH STREET.
gate via laments.
MONDAY EVENING, JUNK 2.
Ci R A C K HOSPITAL H E N E F I V
By THE I'EQUOT OPERA CO.
Seats on siilo Thursday, May 29. Tribes,
70c, 00c, 25c. uii'8 5t
FRIDAY NIGHT. .THXR n. SATURDAY'
MATINEE, JUNE 7. 300 in production,
300 are specially costumed, ileuoilt Hoys'
Department 1". M. C. A.
1'rlees 25, 50 and 75 cents. Tickets on sale
nt Box Olllce, Tuesday morning; 1,000 seats
. js it :
WEEK OF JUNE 2.
MARY HAMPTON ana
THOS. J. KEOGH.
T THE 3 SANDORS, CARROLL JOHN
'S, SON. HARRY and HALVES. M IT
Q t CHELL and CAIN, and many othera.
Prices: Matinee. 10c and 20c: Evening.
10c, 20eaud 30e. Ladies at matinee. 10c.
NEW HAVEN COLISEUM
TO-NIGHT, 8 P. M.
"Eddie" Bald, Frank Kramer.
25 CYCLING STARS.
25 MILE "PRO." RACE
OTHER SPECIAL FEATURES.
HIGH DIVING BY
PRO. ARTHUR HOLDEN.
Yale University Championship Race.-
Reserved Rents on sale at S. Goodman Co...
Jewelers. 820 Chanel Street; Beck's Drug
Kiore, 33U liownra Avenue.
National Tradesmens Bank
00 ORANGE STREET.
Capital, - - - $300,000
Surplus and Profit, $275,000
William T. Fields, President,
Robert A. Brown, Vice-President,
Robert Foote, Cashier,
H. W. Thompson, Ass't Cashier,
W. Perry Curtlss, 2d Ass't Cashier.
FOREIOJJ DRAFTS ISSUED.
This Rank offers to Depositors every
facility which their balances, business and
20 shs. Detroit-Hillsdale Gtd. Stock.
37 shs. Sharon Railway Co's Gtd. Stock.
25 shs. Pitts. Bess. & L. E. Gtd. Stock.
li shs. New Haven Water Co's Stock.
5 shs. American Bank Note Stock.
$5,000 New Haven St. Railway 1st Gold
J5,000 Willimantic Gas & Electric' 1st 5's.
fc.OOO Middlesex Banking Co's 1st B's.
$2,000 New London Gas & Elea. 5's.
$5,000 International Silver fl's.
.$3,000 Montvlllo St. Railway 1st Gold 5's.
FOR SALE BY
NEWTON 4 PARISH,
86 Orange Street.
Afternoon and Night
This Evening at 8.15 '
Banta Bros' Ministrels
$5,000 United Illuminating Company 4 per
$5,000 New Haven Street Ra'Iway Company
.1 IMH tC'LIIS.
$l,noo Southern New England Tel. Company
ij III Ul'Ill. XMil.
25 shares Southern New England Tel. Com
on nv stocic.
100 shares Consolidated Electric Light of
G. E. THOMPSON SONS,
102 Orange Street.
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Nt. 52 Broadwiy, Naw Ycrk.
- AND -
iS Csntar Sim!, Now Haven
Slemhers N. T. Stock Exchange, Produeo
Exchange, and Chicago Hoard of Trade.
C. B. B OLIVIER,
Manager New Haven Branch,
ALL CLASSES OF RAILWAY STOCKS
and BONDS, alao GRAIN, 1'KOVIBIONS
and COTTON, BOUGHT AND SOLD ON
Connected by Private Wire with New York,
Boston and Chicago.
Securities for Sale.
100 shares Fair Haven Westvllle R. R.
Boston & N. V. Air Llui 11. R. 6's of 1303.
Detroit, Hilldale & S. W. H. il.
Merlden Street R. R. 1st D's of 1024.
South. New England Telenhnne fi's.
N. Y.. N. H. & H. R. H. 1st Mort. 4's of
Rome, Wafertown & Ogdensburg R. H,
International Silver C's.
Tlnlted Illuminating 4's.
Swift & Co. 5's.
Middlesex Bank Co. Debenture fl's.
N. Y N. H. & H. R. R., Debentures.
KIMBERLY, ROOT & DAY.
Private Wires to N. Y. and Boston.
Madison County, N. Y.,
Gas & Electric Co.
First Mortgage 5 per cent.,
30 year, Gold Bond.
To net Iwtter than live per cent.
James B. Smithy
130 ORANGE 3T., NEW HAVEN, CONN.
MALC0M 3 C00MBE,
100 Broadway, Now York,
Members New York
Execute commission orders In Stocks,
Bonds and Investment Securities.
List or current Investment offerings sent
NEW HAVEN BRANCH)
36 CENTER STREET.
WILLAHD C. FITCH,
HERBERT J. FITCH,
Trlvate wire to New York and Chicago.
We will send for your
SILVER, upon receiving
word from you by tele
phone or mail, and store
it for you in BURGLAR
VAULT S during your
absence from the city.
Tin New Haven Trust Co.
42 Church Street.
One day only, lnrta
TUESDAY, Jline 3
Twice Daily, 2 and 8 p.m.
'' RAIN OR SHINE.
LAST TIME IN YEARS
Heroic Horsemen; '
Soldiers of All Nations, 1
Newly Added S'eaturet
Military TournaiUHBt, -
V. S. Cavalry,
U. S. Artillery,
From All Nations,
Baden Powell's Heroefc
Including the Military Spectacis,
THE CAPTURE OF PEKII1
Admission, 50c; Children under 10 years,
2Sc. Reserved sents (Including admlsslonV
$1.00. On sale at Mix's Drug Store, Church
and Chapel Streets. ml7 3t'
1151 Chapel Street.
SELECT FAMILY HOTEL.
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FLAJST,
Modern in all Appointments.
JAMES F. TOOLE, Mgr.'
Telephone 1557. tf ' ,
LITCHFIELD, CONN. . "
Hla-h altitude, no malaria, onre enrlnn '
water, home cooking, high grade service
elevator, sun parlor, golfing. Special rate
for May and June. Booklet sent on appli
niSlm GEO. H. BROWN.
Opposite Union Depot,
NEW HAVEN, CT.
Connecticut's Largest Hotel
STRICTLY TRANSIENT. .
Have you seen Wtlte's new rathskeller J
Chops, Steaks, Game a specialty.
COU. CHURCH AND COURT STS.
White's New Tontine Hotel.
always on draught at ,
Court and Churcb Sta.
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