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KW HAVEN MOUSING JOURNAL AND COUBIEB,
TEIDAY SEPTEMBER
1803
CII? GAINS OS BONDS.
BLAKE BROTHERS BID FOR SEW
ISSVE ACCEPTED.
gtal Estate.
tHauts.
New Season's
Ar rivals.
One cent a worn Imr each Uarrttoa
- m wan is a i ail we
OQOD EGGS
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Autumn Dress Goods
What to get for new Autumn gowns, where
to get it and what to pay are a trio of ques
tions with a single answer : Go to Monson's.
We can tell you which are the new and most
desirable fabrics and what to trim them
with to produce the best effects. Here are
some of the most wanted fabrics :
Scotch Plaids, Panama Goths, Gray Worsted
Suitings, Broadcloths, Fine India Twills, Cheviots,
Serges, Cravenettes, Granite Cloths, Check Suitings,
Prunella Cloths and Henriettas. The most desirable
shades are greens, blues, browns, reds and grays, in
plain and checks.
Clan Tartans. This is to be a great season for
Scotch Plaids, and we are showing a splendid range
of real Clan patterns, such as Royal Stewart Vic
toria, Gordon, McLeod, Mackenzie, Forty-second in
Regimental and dress.
Prices range from 75c to $2.25. a yard.
Ladies Home Journal
Only two days more remain in which to take
advantage of the present low price of The
Ladies' Home Journal.
Subscriptions will be received at our Ladies'
Home Journal Counter, at $i.oo a year,
until Saturday evening. Commencing Mon
day, October 2nd, the price will be $1.25.
You may have your copies begin coming
now or at some later date. Many are sub
scribing now for Christmas presents copies
- to begin with the January number.
Remember the price now, $1.00 ; after Sat
urday $1.25.
i nN .ob
E. L. WASHBURN 4 CO.
OPTICIANS.
Importers and Dealers In
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS
Drawing Papers, Tracing Cloth, Drawing
Tables and Boards, Architects' and
Draughtsmen's Supplies Generally.
, Schools and others buying In quant ity furnished at trade prices,
f4 Church St. end 61-63 Center St.v
Bowditch's
The place where everyone re
ceives a dollars worth of value
for every dollar spent.
Just now we are showing some
excellent 'designs moderately
price In Oak Pining Room Fur
niture. 1 When Quality is always reliable
and prices are right, styles sup
j erlor, a customer has something
v tangible upon which base his
confidence.
"The success of our furniture is
largely due to the fact that it
will always bear close Inspec
tion. The Bowditch
ioo to 106 Orange Street.
Just a Step From
There is Nothing Like
McCUSKER 4
BEST COAL
26 Church St.'
The Chatfleld Paper Co. . .gg
j Meat Complete List t Paper and Twine in State
Every joint the quality of the
wood the finish and all the
other little details that are
Important In good furniture will
be found perfect in all Bow
ditch's furniture.
Our Brass Beds are constructed
from the best material and are
absolutely high grade in every
particular warranting the most
complete satisfaction.
Lodk in and around when you
are down town you will not
loose anything by so doing.
We will gay some thing about
Mattresses in a day or two.
Furniture C
o
Chapel Street.
SCHROEDEE'S
FOR CASH.
$6.40 Per Ton.
55 Railroad Are
Boston Concern Bids $450,728.32 City's
Gain 8.08 per Share Scranton Street
School and Other Matter Before the
Board of Finance.
At the regular weekly meeting of the
board of finance, held in city hall at 1
o'clock yesterday afternoon, the bids
for the bonding of the city were open
ed. There were present representatives
from various banking houses, not only
of this city but of New York and Bos
ton. Some time ago, as stated in this
paper at the time, the controller was
authorized to issue funding, bridge and
sewer bonds to the extent of $448,000,
and the bids for the Issuance of these
bonds were the ones opened yesterday.
When the controller started to open
the bids he announced that there were
thirteen bids in all, and then the board
smiled. The highest bid was S450.728.32,
and It was a joint bid made by Blake
Brothers of Boston and Rhoades & Co.
of New York. This bid was accepted.
By the acceptance of this bid the city
realizes a net gain on each share of
$6.09, or a total profit of $2,728.32 on the
total issue, the par value being $1,000 a
share. All the bids were quite close
and a good illustration of this is the
fact that the highest bid was $450,728.
22, while the lowest bid waa $419,120.00.
a total difference of only $1,608-22 in the
whole thirteen bids.
Attorney James Wheeler of the board
of education and Dennis Maloney, the
school building Inspector, appeared be
fore the board of finance. Mr. Wheeler
stated that in building the foundations
of the new Scranton street school in the
Webster district it wa3 found thai the
foundation would have to be strength
ened more than was at first expected
and that Contractor Hogun had sent in
an additional bill of $1,224.15 for this
work.
The board has transferred $800, which
was all that it had for printing, to
wards this sum, and that now there
was not one cent to be used for the
necessary printing which must be done
immediately. The rest of Mr. Hogan's
bill can remain until the next estimates
are made out, it was announced by Mr.
Wheeler, but the printing must be done
at once. The board of finance, there
fore, authorized the board of education
to transfer $800 from special expenses of
Scranton street school to printing. The
controller announced that this really
means that the deficiency will hive to
ibe met in next year's estimates for the
additional $1,224.15.
Mr. Frederick made a motion that
on and after October 5 the meetings of
the board of finance shall be held at
7:15 o'clock in the evening instead of
in the afternoon, and this motion was
carried.
The matter of providing non-combustible
vaults for the city's records was
again tabled.
FRESHMEN CLASS RECEPTION
THIS EVENING.
At 8 o'clock this evening the annual
reception to the freshman lass will be
given in Dwight hall.
The captaTn of the different univer
sity teams, as well as the leading nine
of the university in a social and liter
ary .way, will speak, thus affording a
valuable insight into the various de'
partments of the university. Refresh
ments will be served in the latter part
of the evening, a quartette from the
University Glee club will sing and one
from the Banjo and Mandolin clubs
will render selections.
The reception committee is composed
as follows:
Chairman, H. R. Wilson, 1906; from
1906, G. Ely, A. R. Flinn, C, W. Good'
year, Jr., L. W. Gorham, F. O'Brien.
I B. D. Smith, S. Turner, J. H. Twichell.
B. White; from 1907, W. M. Blair, W.
L. Carter, W. E. Clow, jr., F. L. Dan
iels, R. E. Danielson, T. P. Dixon,: L.
A. Doherty, R. C. Hoppin, D. J. Tor-
rey, H. M. Woolsey; from 1908, G.
Auchincloss, H. S- Beardsley, L. H.
Bigeiow, T. M. Dines, D. T. Griswold,
U W. Fenrin, C. Seymour, R. B. Shep
ard, C. L. Watklns, J. W. Williams.
NEW TEAR SERVICES.
At Olive Street Temple To-Night.
The Jewish New Year services a'r
Olive street temnle commence thio
evening at 6 o'clock. The subject of the
sermon to be delivered bv RdMyI t
Targour, will be "Life." ' The services
to-morrow morning will hoain at fi
o'clock, and the evening services for
the second day of the new year will
begin to-morrow at 6 o'clock, and the
subject of the sermon to. be delivered
to-morrow evening will be "Symbolism
of the Shoufor." Sunday morning the
services will begin at 6 o'clock, and at
9:30 o'clock the sermon, subject, "See
ing G'od," will be delivered. Blowing
of the shoufar will be about 10 o'clock
Sunday morning.
The New Tear -services at all the
Jewish houses of worship in this city
will begin at sundown this evening, be
ing the first of the Jewish New Tear,
one of the most important holidays of
the Jewish calendar. Preparations have
been making by the cantor3 in the va
rious synagogues for the holidays, and
in the Factory street synagogue the
cantor will be assisted by a boys' choir
and Rabi Fromer will deiivAr n
on the subject of the importance of
the Jewish New Tear.
SHORTER PRACTICE HELD.
Training Table Formed and New
Coaches on Hand.
The warm Indian summer tempera
ture of yesterday afternoon affected
the football practice of the Tale squad
necessitating a considerable cut down
in the length of the scrimmage time.
Neither side did any scoring in the
time allotted. A fumble by Morse on
the ten yard line deprived the 'varsity
of a score. For the second team Hutci.
inson made a good 20-iyards gain on a
fake kick play.
The training table was inaugurated
yesterday with twenty-five men, in
cluding both the first and second elevens-
Several new coachers were at the
field, including Hinkey and Chamber
lain.
The squad was Increased vesterdnv
by several candidates who have just ar-
rivea. At present these men have to
be proven as no known stars are in the
lot. James J, Quill, the former Am-
We get all car eggs from one
hennery, in order to have cur cus
tomers supplied with the best
obtainable. Thsss eggs are all
clean, selected, and of course
FRESH. In fact we are offering
a prize to anyone who finds one
not "just right"
Try us on EGGS sometime when
your farmer fails to make good.
Jcfettseti $ Brctfeer,
411-413 State St., cor. Court
Student Suggestons
We are showing extra
good values in study
tables and desks in Wea
thered and Golden Oak,
a single pedestal 4 ft.
desk as low as $6.50,
Our assortment o f
Morris Chairs is excel
lent, prices from $3.98 to
$30 very strong in Wea
ther Oak.
The Victor1 a superior
iron couch making either
a single or double bed.
Complete with mattress
$7-65-
These are only sugges
tions, as we carry a very
large and varied stock of
room furnishings a t
prices exceptionally low.
BROWN & DURHAM,
Complete House Furnishers.
Orange and Cetiter Sts.
herst back, donned lsfogs for the first
time this season, 'and was given a place
back of the line. v
It has been decided by Jack Cates
that he will not play football until af
ter the fall track practice. This is con
sidered good judgment j by the eoacher,
ag Cates is light and' subject to Injury;
However, he knows" the game, his
track practice will keep him In condi
tion and his entry into the arena later
will strengthen Tale chances.
NON-PARTISAN LEAGUE.
Hold First Autumn Meeting at Cham
ber of Commerce Hall,
The non-partisan municipal league
held its first autumn meeting in the
Chamber of Commerce, building last
evening. The routine business of the
league was transacted. A committee
was appointed to take up the question
of a more practical charter for the city.
The league will hold its next meeting
on the third Monday evening of Octo
ber at the same place, at which .there
will be an address on municipal affairs
by a gentleman of national repute.
BASEBALL MEN AT WORK.
Tale Squad Begins Its Fall Work With
Captain O'Brien in Charge.
Fall baseball practice has begun at
Tale. Captain Frank O'Brien of the
'varsity nine and Head Coach Billy
Lush of the team are in charge of the
work, which will continue for about
three weeks. Only the upper class can
didates have yet reported. The fresh
men will probably be called out for
their first drill to-morrow.
ARTHUR CLARKSON IN TOWN.
Arthur Clarkson,' the former Har
vard and New Tork National league
pitcher, arrived here yesterday for a
short business stay. He is engaged by
a large firm which has extensive con
tracts with Tale undergraduates. He
said that his brbther John, the former
national league pitcher and Tale base
ball coach, who has been reported in ill
health, Is much improved.
HOSPITAL AID SOCIETT.
The hospital aid society will have its
fall meeting at Trinity parish building
on Temple street this morning.
REST0REDH1S HAIR
Scs!p Humor Cured by Ccticars
Soap and Ointment
AFTER ALLELSE FAILED
'I was troubled with a severe scalp
humor and loss of hair that gave me a
treat deal of annoyance and inconven
ience. After unsuccessful efforts with
manv remedies and so-called hair
tonicf, a friend induced tne to try
Cntknra Soap and Ointment. The
humor was cured in a short time, lny
hair was restored as healthy as ever,
and I can gladly say I have since been
entirely free from any further annoy
ance. I shall always use Cuticura
Soap, aud I keep the Ointment, on
hand to use as a pressing for tb air
and scalp, (signed) Fred'kliu e,
ai3 East 57th St., New York Cit
PINEAPPLE
CHEESE,
new season'
make. The small size
just right for the aver
age family to make
away with. Price re
duceda larger Cheese
than we formerly sold
at 40 cents,
for 35 cents.
NEW RAISINS, Malagas', not Califor
nia's, of course, just off foreign
steamer. Fiist of the season.
25 cents pound.
NOVASCQTIA CODFISH. Just a hint
to who know and appreciate this fish.
First of the new season's pack and
cure is due here September 27th,
weather permitting.
NEW HORSERADISH, freshly ground
from the real root. In self sealing
jars that insure its keeping qualities.
20 cents.
HONEY. New white clover, guaranteed
the real thing, in one pound cartons.
23 cents.
38 JfaXi Sir"
THBO. KEILER
Fnneral Director and Kmbalmer.
408 State Street, cor. Elm.
BRANCH OFFICE
455 Campbell Avenue, West Haven.
DEATHS.
BROWNELL In' Pelham, N. T., Sept.
28, Edward Lawrence Brownell,
formerly of Sandusky, O., a graduate
of Yale, '95 S. Burial at Clinton,
Conn., Saturday afternoon, Sept. 30,
at 2:30. s29 St
: MANSFTELDIn -. this city, September
I 28, 1905, George Mansfield, in the
Slst year of his age. '
Funeral services will be held at No.
1086 Whalley Avenue, on Sunday
afternoon, at three o'clock. Friends
j are invited to attend.
MIMATtRE ALMANAC
SEPTEMBER 29.
S Rises 6:48 I Moon Sets I H'h Water
S Sets 6:38. j 11:25 p. m.
MARINE LIST.
Port of New Haven.
CLEARED.
Sch P. T. Barnum, Hawkins, Norfolk
Sch Lizzie J. Martin, Rondons
Sch Adeline, Caswell, Greenport
Sch Onward, Nelson, Salem
Sch Arabella, Camp, Rockaway
Sch Keystone, Fisher, Rockaway
Sch Julia, Munson, Rockaway
CLEARED.
Sch Crest, Wall, Greenport,' L. I.
Sch Horatro, Ellison. N. Y.
Sch Agrees, Thomas, Greenport, L. I.
LOST.
LONG Haired Fox Terrier puppv,, six
months old Liberal reward, Hotch
kiss, 21 Court St. s28 3t
OR SALE 1,000 set patent Stove Brick.
Every aet warranted one year. Ordet
recely ed 783 STATE BTRBgi?.
Souvenir Post Cards, largest
stock in City at
J. A. McKee's,
930 Chapel Street.
For Sale.
The one-family house 398 BIdhm St.,
West Haven.
The two-family house 482 Washington
avenue, city.
A two-family house on Mansfield St.
Ernest L, Nettleton,
'Room S02,
First National Bank Building.
AT ST. PAUL'S CHURCH..
At St- Paul's church this morning, be
ing the day of St. Michael and All
Angels, there will be a celebration of
the holy communion at 10 o'clock.
The Hopkins grammar school opened
yesterday with the attendance larger
than for some years past. There was a
pupil from Manila and one from Eng
land enrolled. Everett M. Fitch of Ot
towa university, Canada, and Everett
M. Clark of this city were added to the
faculty yesterday, making nine in all.
If the Baby Is Cutting: Teeth, be sure
and use that old and well tried remedy,
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, for
children teething. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain, cures
wind colic and is the best remedy for
diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
District of New Haven, ss. Probate
PIANOS FOR TALE MEN, FOUR
DOLLARS PER MONTH.
Beautiful new pianos in mahogany
and oak. We have made a new de
parture from the usual method in rent
ing pianos, and are offering Tale men
the use of elegant new pianos for $1 per
month.
: .- M. SONNENBERG PIANQ CO., .
627 It -- 6m Chajjel Street.
mm
Bradley Street.
The property Is located be
twen Orange and State street
in a good neighborhood. It con
sists of a well built, two fami
ly frame house of thirteen rooms,
fenting or ?360 per year. At
light expense it could be arrang
ed for three families and brinir
a rental of $400. The location
is quite central; it is a good rent
ing section and a desirable in
vestment PRICE 3S00.
Gardner Morse 4 Son.,
Real Estate and
Fir Insurance.
S61 CHAPEL OTIiEEI
Qtl
WoodbridgeFarm for Sale
Largo two tory frame noose Tan
ning water, good kara, lota of truitt
beat location in the town.. Price very
low.
GEO. A. ISBKLL.
US Mailer Bolldla..
Office To Let.
Fire proof building all up to date
Improvements.
Inquire Janitor, Washington Bidg.
30 Charch Street.
A Bargain.
have one In Bethany, fronting on Main
rr.oi I ft .nil... i- . - ,. ..
akvuc xuivwu xwf
ncrea In home lotj plenty , fruit 500
'"i" jenre ia, wortn loott
ingat; fine eight-room bouse with wa
ter, good barn and outbuilding 60 acres
more land if wanted . ,
WELLINGTON HUE,
- 62 Church St- Benedict Bidg.
Open Monday and Saturday evenings.
RENTS, FIRE INSURANCE,
Money to Loan, Notary Public
City Houses and Farms f
14 Cheap Building Lots; near Trolley
jjine
CHAS. A. BALDWIN,
Room 2, 87 Church St.
FOR SALE. .
To close an estate. Two family
near George. Also several building lots.
J. C PUNDERFORD
. 118 Church Street.
WHY NOT
Call on mo if you wish an ud-to-date
y
OFFICE
with all conveniences. The best
light and air. No vocal or in
strumental music to disturb your
thoughts.
BENJ.R. ENGLISH.
B3S Chanel Street.
FOR SALE
to Settle up an Estate. A one' family
brick house on Bradley St. """"
A twp family house on Rosette St.
adjacent to N Y N. H. & H. R. R. Shops
A one family house On Church "li
near Town Hall, West Haven '
On Easy Terms. A one and a two fam
ily house near the factories of the Win
chester Repeating Arms Co.
Money to loan In sums to suit.
L. G. HOADIXY.
Room St 4. Tfo, !W Ctinroh Ofiwef.
WASHINGTON BUILDING.
OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS.
Co
Brick House
644 State St.
Painless Dentistry Guaranteed
DR. R. Ei BEARDSLEY
Specialist in Dental Prosthesis.
Artificial Teeth without a plate and
fine gold fillings.
1024 Chapel Street.
Next to Hyperion Theater,
NEW HAVEN DENTAL
PARLORS
110 Orange St., Cor. Chapel
NO PAI(I
A J-korouirhly competent Birl for rtn.
ral housework, M 310 Orange S?r
.629 24
SITUATION by first fhLag cook' "also
grerman eirl inoriJT00..-8;180
city references:- M? Sebaul B
Court Street. Telphone. 27S-i " 64
. S291t
Vl5)oCOmPet?t Sirls. one as Cook and
to assist with washing one Tas tFaft
ress and to assist with chamber work
dfly7teF 6 p' m- Friday Mon-oy-
307 Lawrence St. . s29 2t
WA3STED
SITF"MION by competent girl for gen
eral housework. H7 Wincheslllva
. 2a it
SVANTED
JntneVlVel1 ln th6eVenil3
S2fi tf STROUSE. ADLER & CO.. "
. 826 " 60 Court Street
WANTED
REFINED young- girl speaking- French
German and English wants f nositi-n
as nursery govefness or lady mA
First class references. luaniTfu&
Columbus Ave. sf'Vt j
T ENPE"P''8--i- Mabel
K Whittelsey, Notary Public. -TElJ
ephone, 234t-4. 63 Church Street, t?
"IiL good help should call here. Wo
"PS1? a" th best plaoeTaid alwayS
Etf'L1.''0, numbers. Sleemai?i Re-
Wlnn)loyment Agency, 763 Chap-
el. Open evenlnga. ml4-t
rildU-AW: Able-bodied, unmar-
rJJS r.and temperate habits, who
, read and write English
S&X fcrul"ar Officer. 890 cEapej
HawH.e?liai'?n: 6S 6i:ate Street
St"0 Main Street. Bridge!
Port; 199 Bank Street, Waterburv.
AOTfUPv on employment
YftffHi 23 Church Street. Telephone
maia , eotions- Largest Agency
male and female help supplied for
mercantile and domestic service for
"tl.ll kinds of work. Sent any-were-
Open evenings. ,
Sl.EEMAJI'9 RELIABLE EMFLOI-
6 H6 year"-- Largest, best In the
BUte. Beat male and female heln foe
any and all kind of work. Sent aay-
jWheejOpeeventags. Tel. 2828.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Take no'tioC
Mrs. s .A Gladwin has moved froju
lfrtnse..e.tre.?t to 902 Chapel St. '
Room No. 614, New Malley Building!
The best help, also the best plaoe to
and situations, city of country. Houra
:30 a. m. to 6 D. m. -
- H. B. KALLORT -
AUCTIONEER and : Appraiser. 112S
Chapel St. Telephone 2360.. House
hold sales a specialty. Salesroom 141
Orange St. -, , a,4-ti
fatent u;Tg Brlcs are CIimmhiI. - .
IAD C A t TjI
A ROCKAWAY COUPE, built to order,
almost new, cost $800. Will sacri-i
nee. Apply 134 Park St s26 6t
MASSAGE.
MISS LEEKE, the expert . in Electrical
and Magnetic Massage has returned,
and opened parlor at 99 Olive street
near Chapel. Wrinkles quickly m
moved. Best results in all branches
of Massage. Hours 10. to 12 3 to 9
p. m. - - -..-I'
Patent Stove Brick arejeheasest.
DISTRICT of New llavenrss7ProbaU
Court, September, 27th. 1906
ESTATE of PHILO S. BENNETT,' lat
of Now Haven, in said District,; de-
ceased
The Trustee WILLIAM J. BTRAN
having exhibted an account with said
estate under the 17th clause of the will
of said deceased. s
ORDERED, That the 4th day of Octo,
ber 1905. at ten o'clock in the forenoon
at a Court of Probate to be held at
New Haven, in said District, be mad4
the same Is appointed for a hearing on
the allowance of said account, and this
Court directs that notice of the time
and place of said hearing be given
by publishing this order tree times in
some newspaper having a circulation
in said District.
By the Court,
GEORGE W. CRAWFORD,
s28 3f - ...... Clerk.
DISTRICT of New Haven, ss, Probate
Court, September 27th 1905
ESTATE of PHILE S. BENNETT, late
of New Haven,, in said District, de
ceased. . ' ,
The Trustee, WILLIAM J. BRYAN
having exhibted an account with said
estate under the 18th clause of the
will of said deceased to this Court for
allowance, it is
ORDERED, That the 4th dayof Octo
ber 1905, at ten o'clock in the forenoon
at a Court of Probate to be held at New
Haven, in said District, be and the same
is appointed for a hearing on the allow
ance of said account, and this Court
directs that notice of the time and place
of said hearing be given by publishing
this order three times in some news
paper having a circulation in said
District, t
By the Court,
GEORGE W. CRAWFORD,
s28 3t Clerk. .
DISTRICT of New Haven', ss. Probate
Court, September, 27th 1905
ESTATE of PHILO S. BENNETT, late
of New Haven, in said District ' de
ceased. ,. . . 1
The Trustee, MAY BATRD BRYAN
having exhibted an account with said
estate to this Court for allowance, it
is
ORDERED, That the 4th day of
October, 1905, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, at a Court of Probate to- be held
at New Haven, in said District, "be and
the same is appointed for a hearing on
the allowance of said account, and' this
Court directs that notice of the time
and place of said hearing be given by
publishing this order three times in
some newspaper having a circulation
in said District,
By the Court.
GEORGE W. CRAWFORD,
s28 3t . clerk.
NOTICE !.. -h.. ;
Is hereby giveh that the Annual
Meeting of the Stockholders of The
Danbury and Norwalk Railroad Cnm-
pany will be held at the office of the
Company in the City of New. Haven
Connecticut, on Thursday, the twentv
sixth day of October,, 1905, ' at 11:15
o'clock a. m. for the purpose of elects
ing a Board of Directors for the ensu
ing year; for the purpose of acting
upon a proposition to sell the contracts,
property, rights, powers, privileges and
franchises of this corporation to the
New York. New Haven and Hartford
Railroad Company, and to distribute
the net proceeds of said sale amons
the Stockholders of this Company; ani
for the transaction of such other bus.
incss as may properly come - befort
said meeting. -
Dated at New Haven, Connecticut,
this 23rd day of September, 1905.
JOHN G. PARKER,
t Spore tary
The Danbury and Norwalk Railroad
Company. S25 8t 28 02 5 9 12 16 It
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