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iisipiiifefisi)pi facts about iMuslin . Underlie ar If you like fine, well made, perfect fitting UNDERMUSLINS, the assort ment of new Spring and Summer goods, just put on sale, will please you. Better materials, better embroid eries, better styles, better sewing than any Underwear offered. The lime to buy your supply for the coming sea son IS NOW. E. h. WA5HBUKN 5 CO., I : OPTICIAXS. , , . OUR OPTICAL- DEPARTMENT Is well stocked with spectacles and eyeglasses o every description. In gold, silver, shell and steel t Our work in mounting ,.-..' I OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS J and lenses requiring special frames and setting Is well known to our 3 many patrons both in and out of the city, and with radical changes 3 recently made in our mechanical department, we are better equipped 3 than ever to do this work promptly and well. j Special lenses are ground to order and frames adjusted to fit the 4 face by expert workmen of long experience. Everything in this line furnished by us is the best, and guaranteed. 1 Repairing promptly and neatly executed. Nq charge for adjusting. 3 Mail orders given careful attention. ' ' 4 84 Church St. and 61-63 Center St. i I NEW HAVEN. ; The Bowditch Furniture Co. requests the honor of your presence - , at their -' Initial Opening and Spring Showing Rich and. Up-to-Date Furniture ' on 1 Wednesday, March 1 6th, 1904, from Nine, to Six o Clock. 100-106 Orange Street. ' Souvenir to Every Lady. No goods sold on this day. People's Fish Market BUY YOUR SEA FOOD WHERE YOU CAN GET THE LARGEST VARI ETY AND FRESHEST STOCK TO BE FOUND IN THE MARKET. SHAD ARE VERY FINE NOW AND FRESH ARRIVALS 'DAILY. NATIVE FLOUNDERS. WHITE AND YELLOW PERCH, EELS, HALIBUT, CQD, HADDOCK, OYSTERS, CRABS, AND LOBSTERS, SMOKED AND SALT FISH, IN GREAT VARIETY. ORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFUL LY FILLED. GOODS DELIVERED IN WEST HAVEN ON TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. W. H. Wilson &. Son, Two Telephones. 24 Congress Avenue. PIANOS Are yoa thinking of getting a piano his Spring. Call and look over oar high grade pianos.' You will see the largest stock of rianos In this city. SPECIAL We have ten or twelve second hand PInnos at at low prices. They are worthy your inspection. M. Steinert 4 Sons, 777 CHAPEL STREET p . NEW YORK S NEW HAVEN 3 1-2 per cent Debenture Bonds, and , Fair Haven 4 Westville Stock Bought and Sold. NEWTON $ PARISH, Investment Bankers. 88 Orange Street. Lenten Specials. WHOLE CODFISH with the old fashioned flavor but without skin or bones. ,12 the lb. SALT MACKEREL Large. fat, juicy ones in 8 lb. kits. Per kit $1.35 CROMARTY BLOATERS, big fellows, the finest procur able. 5c each. CANNED LOBSTER pack ed in Nova Scotia and one .that can be depended upon. 1 lb. tin .45. 1-2 lb. tin .25 STEAK SALMON the finest ever packed. Each tin a complete salmon steak. Per tin .23 JOHNSON & BROTHER, 411-413 State St, Cor. Court. AET EXHIBITION AT TIERNAN'S- Selected Photographic Work of E. Starr Sanford on Exhibition for One Week, Commencing' to-day and continuing for one week, F. W. Tiernan & Co., the art firm, 827 Chapel street, will exhibit sample productions of the photographic work of Mr. E. Starr Sanford, of this city. ... Messrs. Tiernan have an excellent art gallery for the display of art work. A visit yesterday morning. While the gal lery was being arranged, revealed enough to show that the exhibition will be, highly Interesting. Mr. Sanford Is comparatively a newcomer in this city. He has been an art student In this country and abroad. The education thus obtained shows Itself In the pic tures he produces- He does not aim so much for the strict technical work of photography as for the art displayed in the work. The one shows a knowledge of the principles of photography and a care In their application. , The other combines both with a natural aptitude and cultivation of high artistic effects out of the regular run of photographic work. It gives special attention to the disposition of draperies. The larffls, so often neglected by photographers, are carefully posed and add their charm to the finished picture. Mr. Sanford be lieves that the individuality exists as much in the figure as In the face. We recognize people from their figure a block away before we see their face. It is the details of the picture that Mr. Sanford prides himself upon. When possible he likes to be consul tedabout the costumes to be worn for sittings, believing that pictures should be made with much care and art feeling, so that the charm of the picture may be for years to come as well as for the pres ent. A visit to-day and on the subsequent days will show that his worli Is a de parture frorft the general form. Mr. Sanford's ' studio, 257 Church street, near Grove street, shows the earnestness of the man in hlB work. Coming to New Haven, he purchased the building as a combined family residence and photographic studio. In the latter sense, which appeals to the public particularly, It Is probably the finest, most artistic and most modernly and perfectly equipped studio In New England. 4 It is the choice selected work of this studio that will be exhibited for a few days at Messrs. TIernan's art rooms, and to which the public Is cordially In vited. : ACTIVES WON GAME. Defeated Veteran Sarsflelds at Baseball by Score of 11 to 9. . The second of the Indoor baseball games in the series between the teams representing the1 active members of the Sarsflelds and the veterans was played last evening In the armory and resulted In a victory for the former by the score of U to 9. The game was an exciting one throughout and kept tha large au dience in a roar of excitement. This was the first game won by the veterans and a final one will be played next Tues day night to decide the series. The line-up was as follows: Actives. Veterans. Kelleher Leahy Catcher. Burns Maher Pitcher. Trainer Burke First Base. Shugrue Hogan Second Base. McHugh Canfleld Third Base. Leahy Wrlnn Shortstop. Malone McGinnis. Left Field. Halpin ... Smith Center Field. Kinney Lee Right Field. (Umpires. Burgess and Otto. PNEUMONIA A MENACE. Monthly Health Report Points Out Danger of Disease. The dangers of pneumonia are pointed out by Dr. Charles A. Llnsley, secretary of the state board of health, who says In his report for February, Issued yes terday: "The 217 deaths from pneumonia In the shortest month In the year is so much in excess of other diseases and of its own iatality of former years, as to force the inquiry if there are any means of prevention. Since the pandemic of la grippe in 1899-90, the prominence of pneumonia as a fatal disease hag been above any previous record. The records show that ever since 1889-90, in the win ter and spring months, pneumonia has been more fatal than any other malady. Now la grippe is an infectious and com municable disease witha special ten dency to attack the lungs. Pneumonia is also an infectious disease, and the in fection is often found in the mouths of healthy people, who are able to resist it so long as their sepiratory surfaces are in a normal condition. But attack ed by la grippe, they become also vul nerable to the disease germ which causes pneumonia." . ' . Pneumonia leads the mortality col umn, with 217 deaths. Nervous diseases caused 168 deaths, heart disease 146 and consumption 116. The total number of deaths in the state was 1,384. WALLlNGFORIt. Yesterday's recorded real estate transfer: Vinnie R. Hurst of Worces ter, Mass., to Alexander Montgomery and Mary F. Fisher of Worcester, one lot on East street. Thursday evening will be "matrons' night" at the grange, the chairman of the committee in charge being Mrs. J. Norris Barnes. There will be a com petitive literary programme. The New Haven High school basket ball team will play the local high school team here In the armory Saturday ev ening. This game will close the season for the local team. The continued case of the central school district against the Housatonlc Manufacturing Co. for taxes was set tled out of court yesterday morning by the payment of the amount due. This evening, at the concert to be given at the Foy auditorium in New Haven by the New Haven orchestral club, Thomas Peers of this place will sing two selections, "The Scenes of Peace Retiring," Mozart; and "The Bandoliers," Leslie Stewart, with Mrs. Thomas Peers as accompanist. Mrs. Sarah G. Hall left yesterday for Newton, Mass. Miss Charlotte Hough, who has been residing here for three years, left yes terday for her former home in Pitts field, Mass. ' . The Ladies' guild will have an apron sale at St. Paul's parish house to-mor row afternoon, .with the usual supper at 6:30. .-.'-. C. C. Nugent, a well known resident of Yalesville, died yesterday morning with kidney trouble, aged 74 years. He leaves a wife and one son, William Nugent of Hartford. Unclaimed letters remaining in the postoffice yesterday morning were for Daniel H. Carpenter and Charles Ja cobs. The number of tramps lodged here last week was 106, the largest of the season. One night there were twenty five. Janitor John J. James, was on duty again Monday. Compass lodge No. 9, F. and A. M., visited the Masonic home in a body last evening. Supervisor Cartwright is recovering from the grip and was able to be out yesterday. Tickets for the play of "The Power of the Cross," to be given by an excellent company under the management of Fiske & Davis, and which will be pro duced here under the auspices of the Young Men's T. A. B. and L society at the opera house East Monday night, are now on sale. - Sixteen years ago Monday the snow blockade was broken and the first train in three days came up from New Ha ven. ' Harry Cramer, Yale 1906, was the guest of James D. McGaughey, jr., over Sunday. , M , . Miss Mabel Grobell returned yester day to Emerson olleges' Boston. Miss Esther Knopf has returned from New York. . - Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hall, of Lynn, Mass., were the guests over Sunday of Mrs. J. M. Hall. FAIR HAVEN & WESTVILLE I R. R. CO. STOCK, OrK Y., N. H. & Hartford R. R. New 3H Debentures BOUGHT AND SOLD C. E. THOMPSON SONS, 102 Orango Strest. Imported inlaid Linoleum Noted far service and wear We import arid sell ever? yea' thousands of dollars worth of these goods. If you want the best at the lowest price see our line the largest stock in New England- Body ; Brussells Carpets. 15 Patterns high grade 5 frame Brussells, mostly small figures at $M5 yard. 75-81 Orange Street. Foot of Center Street. Open Saturday evenings. Maes sjiw Ij (A TVeoaxes new appetite. At Ni ( all grocers. 10c, 25c, 50c. E3 I Corn Products Co., g I ioxluuaHtjl JUMBO Spanish Queen OLIVES They cost 50 cents ($5.50 dozen) pint bottles, because selected for quality and size. The finest and largest Olive money can buy. 1 38 JT-t-aXi Sir- THE W. H. GRAHAM CO. UNDERTAKERS, No. 1096 Chapel Street Telephone, No. 572, 1 ' PEATHS. LOVERIIDGE' In this cSty,, March 115, Mrs. Anna Loveridge, aged 78. Prayers- will be held at the residence of her taiigiiter, Mrs. Theodore Potter. Ko. 1!9 Lawrence -street, today.' Wednesdav, at 5 p. m. Interment at East Lyme. MINIATURE ALMANAC. MARCH 16. Sun Rises, 6:02 i Mooq Sets High Water Sun Sets, 5:D9 5:39 10:53 p.m. MARINE LIST. pcm' 0lr NEW HAVEN sgf; ' ARRIVED Schr Eclipse; Martin, N. . Schr Neptune, Holbrook, N. Y. Schr Rover, Moulton, N. Y. CLEARED. SoTir Expedite. Hurvey, N. Y. Schr Emma, Harris, N. Y. ' FOR RENT, FURNISHED ROOM, reasonable rate. BOCHMAN, 2Sti Woster street. ml6 It FO RENT. AN APARTMENT of six rooms very cen trally located. All modern improvements, beat' and light, to a small family. Ad dress A. E. C, 33 WaH street. ml5 2tp The Jew DomesticExtension www . 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LOWER part of 210 Orchard street, wit! all modern Improvements, beat includ ed. ti-M tf TO LET MOST prominent, desirable, accessible suite of four connecting offices In the city. THE FORD COMPANY, Chapel, corner of State street. . m7 lin FOR BENT. ROOM and nower. Suitable for Iron or wood workine. or In fact anv kind of man ufacturing business. THE ELM CITY LUMBER CO., Water street, foot of Olive. 42 tf BUILDING LOTS s ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. $5.00 down and $5.00 monthly will purchase a lot on , Derby Ave., Winchester Ave., Washington Ave., Congress Ave., State Street, Newhall Street. Starr Street. Bassett Street. Harriet St.. or a Morris Cove shore lot. BUY OF THE OWNER. EDWARD M. CLARK. 39 Church Street Gardner Morse 4 Son., Eeal Fire instate and Insurance. 851 CHAPEL STREET tf FOR RENT. The first floor Number 210 Orchard Street, near Cbapel Street; contains seven rooms. Everything modern and lu first-class condition. Heat furnished. W. D. JUDSON. Room 402. 902 CHAPEL. STREET. FOR SALE FORREST Farm at South End. - An excel lent view of Long Island Sound. House and barns in good condi tion. ChaU II. "Webb, 850 CHAPEL STREET, We make a specialty of Renting and Caring for Property. .Will make better returns from your property than any other agent or make no charge. MONEY TO LOAN IS SUMS TO SUIT. L. G. H0ADLEY, 87 Orange Street. Office Open Evenings. For Sale A very desirable central honse, not more than five minutes walk from post olflce, in first class condition. Suitable for physician or dentist: : : : : : J. C. PUNDERFORD, ' 116 CHURCH STREET. FOR RENT. Stores, Offices, Lofts with power, . Central lo cation. Modern equip ment. BENJ. R. ErNGUSH, 132 OEANGE STREET. One-Eamily House, 64 LakePlace. A Bargain WXrtnts. Oa Mat word far InurtUn; mt war tot full wtk, htii (but. WANTED. DRUG CLERK, two or three years eine rience. Audrtss -ilentbol," Courier iit-nc-e jtia 7t0 WANTED, WASHING and ironing to take home. In quire 14 DAY STKKT. mil 7tp , WANTED. FOS the U. S. Army; able-bodied, unmar. ried men, between the ages of 21 and 33; cltlieos of United States, of good char acter and temperate ha bits, who can speak, read and write English. For In formation apply KECRUITiN'G OFFIC Lit, SUO Chapel street, New Haven; 68 State street, Hartford; 1022 Main street. Bridgeport, or 1D9 Bank street, Water- bury, Conn. ol-dsi SLLEMAN B KELIABLE EMFLOyMENX AGE.NCX.TOS CHAPEL STREET. Eatab litsned 10 years. Lurgtst, bet In the state, R6 me ana female help for any and all tluds of work. Sent anywhere. c28 tf Sternberg's Employment Agency. ARE you looking for first-class belp, city ot county, or a good situation! Come, f4 me. Vta dealings. German spoken. Ope evenings. 61 COURT ST. Tel. 1421-2. . EMPLftYMBWT tr.rw.v MRS. S. A. GLADWIN'S, 102 Orangegtreet, place to find situations. City or Country. PrMr?i:30 a- m- t0 8 - TeleDhoue Call 1830. j2l tf CLAIBVOVimrp MlBo7JwE.RIGHT- u- D- Sas returned . Ar- wrigiit s con sultations at Palm Beach. Florida, were pronounced the best, most scientific ever given by a psychic on Health, business or social matters. Hours, day and even-J5-- tf JONES' Largest, Most Reliable Employ ,2S' "u-t a, i,nurcn, xeiepuone 1101-12. Help supplied anyone, anywhere, in hotels, stores, restaurants, shops, con tractors and private families. Men, wom en, boys and girls always wanted. Head quarters for all best positions in city and country. nlfl" P. B. MALLORY, AJJCTIONEKk and Appraiser, ltt Orangt, Household sales a specialty. Jys tf FOUND, ENGLISH setter dog, black, white and tan; no name on collar. Can Iw re covered at JOHN E. BASSETTS , 5 Church street. ml5 3t Patent Stove Brick an Cbeapott. LOST. OPEN-FACED gold watch, with gold chain, locket and pencil. Liberal re ward paid on return to 809 CHAPEL STREET. . mis tf. , FOH 8ALB l.oou set Patent btove mien; every set warranted one year. Ordeti r celved TO STATE STREET. Massage. MRS. BUSH. 2S1 Crcwn Street. Magnctla Massage. Office treatment from 2 p. m, Morning by appointment; also treatment at patients' residence. aplj Ptnt Btove Brick lit any atove. ; MASSAGE. LATEST METHODS, best results in all brandfces of Masge. Electrical Massage . : foik rheumlatism. Magnetic Massage for : nervousness. Ffioe and head treatments Electricity for Kidney trouble. Wrinkles and pimrles removed in six treatments. Hoars day.'and evenings. M1SH LEIvKH graduate C. T. S., 2;?7 Dixwel Ave. Take car to Charles Street. FOR SALE. Registered Scotch collie pup pies. Extra specimens; finely marked; from prize stock. Call and see them. 273 Norton St. DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC WORKS New Haven, Conn., March 14, 1SI04. ' Notice Is hereby given that the Burenu of Compensation will hold a bearing cn the question of benefits and damages to property due to the construction of a lift drawbridge on Klmberly avenue over West river, between the City of New Haven and the Town of Orange, with the approach thereto, and the changes of grade necess itated thereby, in Room 16, City Hall, on March 21, 1904, at 8 p. m. JAMES B. COE, ml5 3t Director of Public Works. DISTRICT OF NEW HAVEN), ss. PRO BATE COURT, March 15, 1904. Estate of Jlaines Boucher, lata 'of New. Haven, in said district deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and appointed six months from the date hereof for the cred-. itors of said deceased to bring in their claims against said estate. Those who neg lect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. Ail persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immedi ate peyment to FRANKLIN S. BRADLEY, lnlB 3t Administrator. NOTICE. 1 ' Upon the apolication of twenty Inhab itants off the Town of Orange pualified to vot at town meetings, and in accordance with section 1T93 of the General Statutes, Notice Is hereby given to the legal voters of the Town of Orange that there will be a Special Town Meeting on Saturday even ing, March 19, 1904, at eight o'lock, for the purpose or rescinding so much or the resolution as pertains to the removal of . in - ... ............ V...f1.... ..nr..,.. .Un tile -n-lUlUeriJ a vtuuc unvii,.:. ito(.,-u mo last special town meeting held Feb. 6, 1904, mcn were Instructed to remove the bridge Crossing vyeHL JH ei Ub .i.iiuuii.ij aveuuc, ml or before March 28, 1904. ELFORD C. RTIRSELL, ' WM. A. RUSSELL, Selectmen. Orange, Conn, March 14, 1904. ml5 ot - THE GREATEST OF ALL FIANO PLAYERS The Metroslyle Pianola By means of the Metrostyle Pianola the novice can play the Piano as well as the most accomplished musician. It is the only Piano Player furnish-, ing an explicit guide in the interpre tation of Pianoforte music. Daily recitals In our Pianola Studio rear of Store. REGULAR PIANOLA ?2o0 METROSTYLE PIANOLA, . 300 STEINERT'S 777 CHAPEL STREET.