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6 PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS, ITEMS OP INTEREST CONCERN ING NEW HAVEN PEOPLE. Aad Other People Kaoni la Tnls CItJ Intereetlne Social Events Here nail deenhera. It is expected that the guests for the Earsflelds' reception in the Second Reg iment armory to-night will arrive early, and Leader Flchtl, of the Second Regi ment band, -will begin the line concert programme at 8:30. Dancing will begin at 9 o'clock and continue till 1 o'clock. This will probably be the largest and prettiest informal dance of the winter. Mrs. N. D. Sperry and Mrs. Frothing ham will be at home during the re maining Tuesdays in January and all in February at the Buckingham hotel, Washington, D. C. Mrs. Hayes Q. Trowbridge has issued cards for a bridge whist at her home on Whitney avenue to-morrow after noon. , , . Frank Savage, one of the best known shoe salesmen in the city, has identi fied himself With the Hubbell Shoe company. Mr. Savage is a man of wide experience in the shoe business and well known among the buyers of good shoes. Harry Leigh, who is wintering at Avon Park, Florida, writes that during the month of December he shot four fine deer near his home and many quails, partridges, squirrels and ducks. He has been having a feast of game, and a quail supper is now no treat to him at all. Mrs- F. J. Lounsbury, widow of the late ex-Governor George E. Lounsbury, is spending a few days in this city, the guest of her niece, Mrs. E. B. Sellew, of Orange street. Among Connecticut visitors in Wash ington at this time are C. E. Stormont and Mrs. Stormont, of West Haven; C. E. Jackson, of Middletown, and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Palmer, of New Canaan. , . The engagement is announced of Miss Ethel M. Taylor, of this city, to John P. Ximberly of the National Savings bank. Miss Taylor is the daughter of Mrs. Harriet Taylor, of Cromwell. Miss Anna Drake' is entertaining her Bister from Long Island at her home in West Haven. Miss "Nevada "Farnham has returned to Clinton from a visit with relatives in this city. Mrs. Joseph R. Hawley, widow of Senator Hawley, who took apartments at Staneleigh Court; Washington, D. C, bas settled for the winter at the Ever ett. Mrs. F. W. Lathrop, of Howe street, has : been called to Springfield by the fleath of her mother. David Gibson, of Bridgeport, a broth er of Sergeant Alexander Gibson, of the central police station, has just complet ed his thirty-fifth year in the service of the New Kaven. road. He has now retired from active business, and re cently paid a visit to his brother in this city. Representative Averlll, of Branford, continues to Improve slowly, and com plete recovery is now expected. Jtfr Kdwln W. Higgins, wife of Con. gressman Higgins, received yesterday at the New Willard, Washington, D. C, with Mrs. George L. Lilley. Mrs. Hig gins liver at the Cochran. BRILLIANT JUNIOR PROM. (Continued on Sixth Page.) of the floor framed in border of taste fully decorated boxes formed a memor able picture. The boxes, which were more numer ous than last year, occupied more than usual space. Instead of the orchestra chairs which have formerly been plac ed at the entrance to the armory, a number of boxes were installed coving almost all the end of the hall. The Intermission was reached at the early hour of 12 o'clock, during which Mazzetti of New York provided the fol lowing refection for the guests: Consomme en tasse, Creamed Oysters, Sweetbread Croquettes, Chicken Salad, Sandwiches, Finger Rolls, Fanoy Ice Cream, Biscuit Tortoni, Assorted Fancy Cakes, Lemonade, Coffee. Apollonaris. A noticeable feature of the promenade was the scarcity of violets. The com mittee had requested that violets be omitted and set the example them selves. Accordingly there were but a few bunciies of the Tale flowers in the hall last evening. It was about 4 o'clock when the danc ers, weary with the dance for the time being, left the sosne of the merriest social event of the college year and many a life. Thirty-six dances, exclusive of en tras and encores were given during the promenade. The Second regiment band and Well's orchestra under the direc tion of Mr. Weil furnisiied the music which was of high quality. Both galleries of the armory were thronged with New Haven people who turned out to witness the promenade. The committee in charge of the prom enade comprised the following mem bers of 1907: Cyril Sumner, chairman; W. D. Barnes, W- McC. Blair, Karl Beiir, T. P- Dixon, R. E. Danielson, H. P. Fabian, S. F. B. Morse, R. C. Tripp, C- Truesdale, and H. M. Woolsey. The occupants of the boxes last even ing were: PROMENADE BOX GUESTS- There are fifty boxes this year in the armory and the full list of their oc cupants, including the Yale hosts and their fair guests, is as follows: Box 2 1906 Miss Hermoine Riggs of S9S2 i FREEDOM from Coffee alia. POSTUM FOOD COFFEE has done the trick for others 4 'There's a Reason." 3U Palmyra, N. Y.; Miss Helen B. Collier of Providence, R. I. ; Miss Eleanor Stimson of New York city, Mrs. C. Ful ton Phizenmayer of New Haven, Mrs. J. Traux of New York city, M. B. Riggs, W. H. Peters and R. W. West cott. Box 3 1906 Miss Mary Borden of Chicago, Miss Margaret Bannard of Wilmington, Del; Miss Helen La Vie of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss Ruth Wilder of Lowell, Mass.; Mrs. Charles Elliott of Wilmington, Del. ; Mrs. H. M. Kochers- i perger of New Haven, Mrs. George A. La Vie of Brooklyn, C H. Banks, G. A. La Vie, E. S. Kochersperger and J. Warner. Box 4 Graduates G. Lane, F. Mun son, G. S. Munson, G. E. Parks, and C Young. Box 5 1906 Miss Louise Vanderhoef of New York city, Miss Nathalia Van derhoef of New York city, Miss An toinette Heckscher of New York city, Miss Mary Glazier of South Glaston bury, Conn.,; Miss. Mary Flmn of Pltts-burg.Pa-; Miss Loraine Meeks of Nash ville, Tenn.; Miss Edith Lowry of Pittsburg, Pa.; Miss Davis; Mrs. August Heckscher of New York city, A. R. Flinn, W. S. Glazier, G. M. Heck scher, L. Hoyt, and G- C. W. Low. Box 6 1907 Miss Helen Seizes of New York city, Mrs O. W. Edwards of Northampton, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. S W. Lee of Northampton, Mass.; W. C Kingsley of Northampton, Mass., H. D. Lee and M. S. Stringer. Box 8 1907 Miss Vera Gilbert of New York city, Miss Josephine Toy of Hart ford, Conn.; Mrs. J. Toy of Hartford, Conn.; Mrs. Benjamin Thaw of New York city; S. D. Thaw, C. W. Seymour, and W. B- Roulstone. Box 8 1907 Miss Edith Thurston of Brooklyn, N. Y.;.Miss Mary Louise Ramsdell of Buffalo, N. Y.; Miss Gladys Kerens of St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. W. H. Prentice of Buffalo, N. Y.; Mrs. R. C. Kerens of St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. R, H. Brawn of Brooklyn, N. Y.; R. L. Brown, R. H. Prentice, G. H. Gilbert, and W, W. Collin. Box 9 1907 Miss Clara Kentworthy of Poughkeepsle, N, Y.; Miss Marjorie Carr of Cleveland, O.; Miss Dorothy Norton of Bennington, Vi-; Miss Eliza beth Maltby of Northampton, Mass.; Mrs. R. A. Kentworthy of Poughkeep sle, N. Y.; Mrs. C- M. Bake well of New Haven, I. L. Jennings, G. E. Jensen and A-1 R. Williamson. Box 10 Miss Emeline Chaney of De troit, Mich.; Miss Margaret Carhart of Detroit, Mich,; Miss Agnes Hall of New York city, Miss Barbara Fisher of Den. ver, Col.; Miss Alaine Buck of Denver, Col.; Mrs. Hamilton Carhart of Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. S. F. Melon of New York city; I. D. Waterman, W. W. Carhart, W. I. Howbert, W. S. Fisher. , Box 11 Mites Caroline Dwight of Wyoming, O.; Miss Bessie Fuller of Suffleld, Conn.; Miss Emma Crampton of Brooklyn, N.' Y-; Mrs. D. M. Somers of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss Cora Wet more of New Haven, R. S. Dwight, W. S. Fuller, D. M. Somers. Box 12 Miss Jessie Tredwell of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss Winifred Reed of Cincinnati, O.; Miss Alice Dougher ty of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss Ellen Dex ter of Maiden, Mass.; Miss Florence Wyman of -Chicago, 111.; Mrs. Simeon Ford of Rye, N. Y-; Mrs. Arthur K. Buxton of Brooklyn, H- Y.; Mrs. Lew is Dexter, jr., of Maiden, Mass.; E. Ford, R. C- Tredwell, T. H. Dougherty, H. Fales, jr., W. E. Garde, C. F. Todd. Box 13 Miss Rose Todd of New Ha ven, Miss Margaret Bishop of North Haven, Miss Katherine Baldwin of New Haven, Miss Goodeh of Willow Grove, Del. Mrs. J. L. Leonard of Willlmantlc, Conn.; Mrs. H. B. Moore of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. K. Todd of New Haven, Mrs. E. MacLane of New Haven, H. B. Moore, L. E. Todd, S. R. MacLane, B. Gooden, N. Leonard. Box 14 Miss Bessie Smith of High land Park, 111.; Miss Jean Forsha of Kansas City, Mo.'; Miss Mary Brom ley of New Haven; Miss Anne Thomp son of Red Bank, N. J.; Miss Louise of Bedford, Ind.; Mrs. W. K. Townsend of New Haven; Mrs. W. H. Moore of New York city; P. Moore, R. B. Shep ard, H- Stanley, G- H. Townsend, J. G. Thornton. Box 15 Miss Julia Parker of New Haven; Miss Bert, Miss Ernestine Failing of Portland, Ore.; Mrs. H. L. Welch of New Haven; Mrs. G. M. Small of New Haven; G. W. Small, W. F. Knox, H. R. Falling. Box 16 Miss Eleanor Tracy of St. Louis, Mo.; Miss Brundred of Oil City, Pa.; IMiss Constant Johnson of Spuyten Duyvil, N. Y.; Miss Florence Ayers of Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. Brundred of Oil City, Pa.; Mrs. I.- B. Johnson of Spuyten Duyvil, N. Y.; E. B. Tracy, J. L. Mitchell, J. W. Wickwlre, H. Lee C, Roome. Box 17 Miss Margaret Rupp of New York city; Miss Pauline Bullard of East Orange, N. J.; Miss Mildred Smith, Fast Orange, N. J.; Mrs. S- M. Hammond of New Haven, Conn.; R- C. Morse, Jr. C. Shaffer, H C. McNar, Jr. Box 181906 and 1907 Mies Anne Wiggin of Northampton, Mass.; Miss Gladys Wool of Greenfield, Mass.; Miss Rita Howe of Hartford, Conn.; Miss Majorie Dodd of Hartford, Conn.; Mrs. Wiggin of Northampton. Mass.; Mrs. William P. Tuttle of New Haven, Conn.; Mrs. La. Miller of Westfleld, Mass.; Mrs. D. R. Howe of Hartford, Conn.; E. C. Howe of Hartford, Conn,; E. G- Howe, R B. Hull, J. R. Miller, R. T. Twltchell. Boxes 19 and 20York Hall Miss Helen Stewart of Germantown, Pa.; Miss Elizabeth Chipin of Rochester, N. Y.; Mis3 Louise YVhte of Evanston, 111.; Miss Mary Eldredge of Rochester, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. David Griggs of Waterbury, Conn-; Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Trowbridge of New Haven, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Sargent of New Haven, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Scoville of New Haven, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Phelps Montgomery of New Maven, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Mer riman Steele of New Haven, Conn:; Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Hall.of Evanston, 111.; W. Atkins, C. G. Hall, C H, Cha pln, K. D. Loose, R. C. Morse. Box 21 Mrs. R, W. Cutler of Hart ford, Conn.; Mrs. G. L. Lewis of Buf falo, N. Y.; Miss Ruth H. Cutler of Hartford, Conn.; Miss Marjorie Lewis of Buffalo, N. Y.; L. S. Lewis, 1907; R. D. Cutuer, 1907; iF. E. Manierre. Box 22 Mrs. Charles L. Sheffield of Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. R. A. Harman of Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. E. P. Bagg of Holyoke, Mass.; Mrs. Vandeventer of Elizabeth, N. J.; Miss Sue Harman of Cleveland, Ohio; Miss May Dana of New Haven; Miss Marion Sears of Holyoke, Mass.; Miss Mary Bradley of Mount Clair, N. J.; H. E. Sheffield, NEW HAVEN MOKNTNG JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 1907; E. P. Bagg, 1907; A. C. Brown, 1907; H. B. Vandeventer, G. S. Box 23-iMrs. Gilbert M. Stark of Saginaw, Mich.; Mrs. G. R. Sullivan of Indianapolis, Ind-; Miss Helen Stark of Saginaw, Mich-; Miss Marguerite Lilly of Indianapolis, Ind.; G. L. Stark, 1907; W. G. Sullivan, 1907; P. L. Goodwin, 1907. Box 24 Mr. and Mrs. Y. W. Farnam of New Haven, Mr. and Mrs. Garrison of New Haven; Miss Dorothy Dyer of Annapolis, Md.; Mr. H. L. Hotchkiss of New Haven, and Mr. J. W. Toomey of New Haven. Box 25 'Mrs. S. M, Clement of Buffa lo, N. Y.; Mrs. F. H. Stevens of Buffa lo, N. Y.; Mrs. Demarest of New York; Miss Kathleen Stevens of Buffalo, N. Y.; Miss Margaret Hale of Keene, N. H.; Miss Laubham; G. S. Hisiup, 1907; E. L. Pratt, 1907; E. H. Butler, 1907; N. P. Clement, 197. Box 26 Mrs. C Purdy Lindsley of New Haven, Mrs. W. L. Wellington of Brooklyn N. Y.; Miss Marion Ely of Buffalo, Miss Rachel Arnold of Pitts burg, Pa.; Miss Anne Augustine of St. Louis, Mo.; Miss Florence Longstreet, of St. Louis, Mo-; Miss Elizabeth Wash ington of Wesryton, Tenn.; E. F-Ryn-wer, 1906; S. R. Park, 1907S-; J. S George, 1907; John P. Ramsey, 1907S.; Palmer Ramsey, 1908S.; P. A. Glazier, 1906S. Boxes 27 and 28 Miss Janet Worth of Philadelphia; Miss Elizabeth Alexander of Chicago; Miss Sarah Binner of Dai ton, O.; Miss Glass of Wheeling, W. A.; Miss Anna Wilson of.Chioago; Miss Rosa Dunlap of Louisville, Ky.j Miss Madeline Buckner of Chicago; Miss Helen Abbott of Hartford, J. Dilwarth 1907S.;H. F. Blnrier, W. W. Hallo way 19USS-, H. Linn '1907S-, J. B. Nichols '07S., S. M. Shepard '063., M. Phelps 06S., W. Linn '06S., F. F. Wooley '06S. Box 29 Mrs. M. G. Bulkeley of Hart ford, Mrs. S. H- English of New Ha ven, Mrs. F. H. Piatt of New York, Miss Ruth Bralnard of Hartford, Miss Anna Fitch of New Haven, Miss Mary A. Vanderhoeff of New York, Miss Vir ginia Brush of New Havec, Miss Jessie Heath of Buffalo, M. G. Bulkeley '07, L. Piatt '07, G. C. Ford '07, A. W. Saw yer '07, H. S. Welles '07. Box 30 Miss Rebekah Semple of Minneapolis, Minn.; Miss Marion Part ridge of Minneapolis, Minn-; Miss Char lotte Partridge of Minneapolis, Minn.; Miss Rita Frew of Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. Ogle of Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs. H. W. Taft of New York city; F. G. Cane of 1907, W. S- Taft 1907, C. Oliver 1907, T. I. Drlggs 1907, J. Cunningham 1907. Box 31 Miss May Doherty of Flush ing, L. I.; Miss Tully of New York city, Miss O. Warren of New Haven, Miss Elizabeth McClure of Ardsley-on-Hudson; Mirs. Warren of New Haven, Mrs. Bos well of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. S- S. McClure of Ardsley-tTn-Hadsott, S A. Sweet '07, L. A. Doherty '07, R. H. Boswell '07. Box 32 President and Mrs. Arthur T. Hadley, Mr- and Mrs. HUIlard o? New York city, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Farnam of New Haven, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Watrous of New Haven, Lee McClung of New Haven. , Box 33 Miss Frances Macdonald of New York city; Miss Corlnne Robinson of New York city; Miss Beatrice Mor gan of New York city, Miss Edith Landon of New York city, Miss Evelyn Witherbee of New York city, Mrs. W. F. Morgan of New York city, Mrs. C. S. Brown of New York city; Mrs. F. S. Witherbee of New York city; W. Clow, jr., 1907; M. D. Sloan, 1907; S. Landon, 1907; H. S. Witherbee, 1907. Boxes 85 St. Elmo Miss Virginia King of Cleveland, 0-; Miss Ylssie1 Post of Duluth, Minn.; Miss Mildred Vilas of Cleveland, O.; Miss Lydla Har per of Yonkers, N. Y.j Miss Margaret Wllliitms of Lakeville, Conn.; Miss Bet ty Griffin of Buffalo; Miss Elizabeth Stelnman of Lancaster, Pa.; Miss Edith Hutchinson of Morrlstown, N. J.; Miss Mabel Lang of New York city; Miss Virginia Schoenman of St- Paul, Minn.; Miss Ruth Chisholm of Cleevland, O-; Miss Jessie Stevenson of Sharon, Pa.; Miss Flora Morris of Cleveland, O.; Mrs. D. E. Dangles of Cleveland, O.; Mrs. W. B. Chisholm of Cleveland, O-; Mrs. C. A. Benton of Yonkers, N. Y.; Mrs. A. H. Alker of New York city; A. T. Bell 19069.; H. D. Baker, 1906S.; A. N. Hulst, 1907S.; H. Everett, 1906 S.; J. F. Stelnman, 1906S.; E. W. Moore, 1906S.; G. Hutchinson, 1906S.; J. Krutt Bchmldt, jr., 1906S-; C. T. Schuneman, 1907S.; D. M. Stevenson, 1906S-: C. S Dangler, 1907S.; H. A. Alker, 1907S-; P. W. Wilson, 1907S., R. D. Alsop, 1906S.; H. B. Reynolds, 1907S-; J. W. Johnson, 1906S.; R. H. McCurdy, 1806S-; C. V. Burton. Box 36 Miss Marlon Scott of Syra cuse, N. Y.; Miss Gruber of New York city; Miss A. Gruber of New York city; Miss Rose Hubbard of Waterbury; Miss Camp of Watertown, N. Y.; Miss Demming of Hartford; Mrs. F. B. Scott of Syracuse, N. Y.; Mrs. Demming of Hartford; Mrs. C. H. Hubbard of Wa terbury; E. H. Lewis, 1907; H. Scott, 1907; W. H. Scott, 1907; R. Demming, 1907. Boxes 37 and 38 The Colony Miss Gertrude H"ll of Morrlstown, N. J.; Miss Annie Evans of Dayton, O.; Miss Mary Rodd of Pittsburg; Miss Mary Morris of Duluth, Miss.; Miss Elizabeth Cauldwell of Morrlstown, N. Y.; Miss Edna Gresh of Norristown, Pa.; Mrs. E. Y. Hall of Morrlstown, N. Y.; Mrs. R. E. Evans of Dayton, O.; Mrs. Thom as Redd of Pittsburg; Mrs. E. P. Groan of Morrlstown, N. Y.; Mrs. M. E. Man cus of Montclalr, N. Y.; S. Rodd, Jr., 1906 S.; W. Marcus, 1906; M. Crouse, 1906 S.; E. B. Hall, 1906 S.; F. A. Pres ton, 1906 S. Box 39 Miss Charlotte Leach of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss Alexander of New York city; Miss Holcomb of Syra cuse, N. Y.; Miss Eva Eliss of Syra cuse, N. Y.; Mrs. Charles Alexander of New York city; Mrs. F. E. Dodge of New York city; Mrs. M. Holcomb of Syracuse; H. Phipps, jr., 1907; P. H. Dodge, 1907; F. H. Thomas, 1907; C. H. Holcomb, 1907. Box 40, 1906 S. Miss O'Connell of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss Bullock of Au denried, Pa.; Miss Backus, of Toledo, O.; Mrs. Meyrowlte of New York city; Mrs. Beecher of Pottsvllle, Pa.; Mrs. Sprott of Bridgeport Box 41, 1907 Miss Gretchen Billings of New York city; Miss Brawley of Chicago; Miss Reynolds of Syracuse, N. Y.; Miss Margaret Billings of Chi cago; Mrs. C. K. G. Billings of New York city; A. B. Ruddock, R. Campbell U. D. Garfield. Box 42, 1907 Miss Curtis of New York city; Miss Lovejoy of Janesville, Wis.; Miss Marshall of Duluth, Minn.; Miss Ellaabeth Green of Gloversville, N. Y.; Mrs. Curtis of New York city; Mrs. Lovejoy of JanesviUe, Wis.; Mrs. Mar- ) Out Go Some - Boys9 gulfs iid Overcoat AT But please note that in some instan ces the prices are for the day only. DOUBLE-BREASTED SUITS to, ii, 14 and 15 yar izes only, made of sty ih dark mixed cheviots, originally $2 98. To close out $1.85 RUSSIAN SUITS-ofdark blue serge, 3 to 7 year sizes; finished with emblem on sleeve, patent leather bolts and black silk ties, originally $4.00 each ' I , To cl6se out $2.79 DOUBLE-BREASTED SUITS 8 to 16 year lizes; maf e of all-wool dark mix tures and plain navy cheviot, originally $5 $5-50. $6- For the day only $3.95 BOYS' RUBBER CO VTS-from 6 to 14 year boys; of pure gum rubber, guaranteed waterproof, oriainally $2:9S- For the day only $1.85 OVERCOATS Brown and grey mixed and plain grey frieze Coats for 3 to 8 year boys; with emblem on sleeve, belted back, velvet collar and brass buttons in double-breasted style; a fine $3.50 Overcoat. To close ut $1.95 shall of Duluth, Minn-; Mrs. John E. Hayes of Johnstown, N. Y.; JV-W. Green, S. T. Crawford, H. S. Lovejoy, R. D. Marshall. Box 43, 1907 and 190S Miss French of Boston; Miss Field of Chicago; Miss Kelly of Superior, Wis.; Miss Zaldee Tyler of New Haven; Mrs. S. S. Scott of New Rochelle.-N. Y.; Mrs. Connor of Eye, N. Y.; G. L: Scott, A. It. Griswold, J. ,M. Kennedy,, K. L, J. Connor. Box 44, 1906 S. and 1907 Miss Ada Read of Bridgeport; Miss Delia Cous ins of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss Mooney of Woodsflold, 0-; Miss Clark of Cincin nati; Miss Illingworth of Merlden; Mrs. Read of Bridgeport; Mrs. Cousins of Brooklyn; Mrs. 13. Davis, M. Haviland, H. D. Immich, W. C. Mooney. . Box 45, 1906 S.Mlss May of New Yokr ctty; Miss Booth of New Haven; Miss Rodenbach of Naugatuck; Miss Cornwall of Bridgeport; Miss Luce of New York city; Mrs. Walker of Chi cago; Mrs. Andrew of Naugatuck; Mrs. Scott of New Xrk city; A. G. Andrew, T. Elmes, H.' II. Rennel, W. Witt, W. H. Walker. Box 46 1907 Miss Hart of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss Hanchett of Saginaw, Mich.; Miss Oooney of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss Chase of Farmington; Mrs. Han chett of Saginaw, Mich.; R. R. Chase, E. Hart, A. K. Vincent. Box 471907 and 1906 S. Miss Beau champ of Terra Haute, Ind.; Miss Hardy of Norfolk, Va.; Miss ocher sperger of New York city; Mrs. Koch ersperger of New York city; Mrs. E. H. Shirk of Tipton, Ind.; Rj. D. Koch rsperger, J. B. Shirk, S. K. Oliver. Box 4S 1908 'Mis Auchlncloss of New York city; Miss Clark of Phila delphia, Pa.; Miss Mitchell of. Cincin nati, O.; Miss Townsend of New York city; Miss Seymour of New Haven; Miss Ladd of New Haven; Mrs, Town send of New York city; Mi's. Ives of New York city! Mrs. Mitchell of Cin cinnati, O.; M. L. Mitchell, C. Sey mour, J. M. Townwnd, J. H. Auchln closs, J. G. Auchlncloss. Box 49 1907 Miss Dodge of St. Lou is, Mo.; Miss Virginia Larkln of New York city; Mies Marjorie Larkln of New city; Mrs, Dodge of St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. Weld of New York city; M. S. Scott, D. B. Dodge, G. Borup. Box 50 Miss Louise MaMlchael of New York city; Miss Adelaide McMi chael of New York city; Mrs. C. S. Hurlbut of Philadelphia and C. S. Hurlbut. Box 61 Miss Carlotta Dummer of Auburndale, Mass.; Miss Eleanor Sw ing of Harrlsburg, Pa.; Miss Louise Luquiens of New Haven; Miss Anna Rouse of Rochester, N. Y.; Mrs. Ed ward Dummer of Auburndale, Mass.; Mrs. Isaiah W. Sneath of New York city; Mrs, Elizabeth M. Vogel of New York city; Mrs. Irving Rouse of Ro chester, N. Y.; K. M. Blssell, E. L. Dummer, B. I. Rousfl, G. M. Sneath. Box 52-iMiss Silvia Wilder of Wash ington, D. C; Miss Beatrice Carpenter of New York city, Mifes Carolyn John ston of Baltimore, Md.; Miss Margaret Whldden of West Newton, Mass.; Miss Eleanor McCormick of' Chicago, 111.; Mrs. A. Stout of New York city, Mrs. William G. McCormick of Chicago, 111.; W. L. Carter, A. L. Mather, C B. Mc Cormick, A. P. Stout. Box 53 Miss Beatrice Pratt of New York city, Miss Rosaline Fish of Now York city, Miss Gladys Rice of New York city, Miss Ethel Cowdln of New York city, Mrs. W. S. Webb of New York city, Mrs. O. - Codman of New York city, BvJ C. Hoppin, A. W. Webb, J. W. Webb, G. Auchlncloss. Box 64 Miss Ruth Kingsbury of New Haven, Miss Dorothy Bull of New York city, Miss Edith D. Kingsbury of Waterburyt, Miss Kingsbury of Water bury, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Kings bury of New Haven Mr. Kingsbury Bull of New York city, L. S. Bull, D. M. Ryereon. Box 55 Miss Mary Meyer of New York city; Miss Kate Knapp of New York city; Miss Marianna Middlebrook of New York city; Miss Marjorie Rich 24; COST i ards of Orange, N. J.; Miss Dorothy Marshall of Astoria, L. I.; Mrs. Charles B. Meyer of New York city; S. M. Mey er, N. Holmes, G. C. Cleveland, C, F. Porter, L. Bostwick, C. Howard. Box 56 Miss Rosalie Banner of New York city; Mr. and Mrs. S.(Rosenbaum of New York city; H. A. Rosenbaum, J. J. W, Freiberg. Box 67 Miss Agnes Dunlap of Phila delphia; Miss Marlon Lewis of Phila delphia; Miss Alice Gorham of Phila delphia; Mrs. Charles J. 'Werder of Philadelphia; Mrs. Walter Gorham of Philadelphia; E. A. Sherwood, T. G. Dunlap, G. C. Hannahs. Box 58 Miss Nellie Monson of New Haven; Mrs. F. A. Monson of New Ha ven; S. Baldwin.' Box 59 Miss Helen Baxter of Wil mington,' Del.; Miss Margaret Lowry of Wilmington, Del.; Miss Beatrice Pru den of New York citr; Miss Margaret Crouse of Utica, N. Y.; Mrs. ,D. N. Crouse of Utica, N. Y.; Mrs. W. E. Pruden of New York city; N. M. Crouse, R. G. Pruden, F, G. Pruden, W. Baxter, Jr. Box 60, 1908 Miss Isabel Tilford of New York city; Miss Eunice Parish of New Haven; Miss Edith Baldwin of Stamford; Miss Louise Bigelow of New Haven; Miss Helen Porter of New Ha ven; Mrs, H. H. Tilford of New York city; Mrs. J. H. Parish of New Haven; Mrs. Baldwin of Stamford; Mrs. F. L Bigelow of New Haven; E. L. Faust, C. Du Puy, B, Beebe, D. Porter. Box 61 Miss Sarah Hincks of Ando ver, Mass.; Miss Crocker, Miss Camblos of Reading, Pa.; Mrs. Camblos of Read lng, Pa,; C. P. Otis, P. S. Smith, W. K. Camblos. 'Box 62, 1908 Miss Gertrude Sheldon of New York city; Miss Cecil Glfford of Jamestown, N. Y.; Miss Anna Mc Fadon, Mrs. Margaret Hazzard of Prov idence; Mrs. H. C. Beadleston of New York city; Mrs. W. Davis of Portland, Me.; Mrs. H. O. Sturgls of Providence; C. P. Beadleston, W. Davis, W. Crum den, H. Sturgls- Box 83, 1908 Miss Eleanors Hoyt of New York city; Miss Sarah Harden bergh of New York city; Miss Dorothy Trowbridge of New Haven; Miss Doro thy Wright of New Haven; Mrs. E. C. Hoyt of New York city; Mrs. H. J. Chisholm of New York city; Mrs. E. Hayes Trowbridge of New Haven; L. Sullivan, H. Chisholm, R. Hager, jr., W. Belknap. 1907 Promenade committee box Miss Emily Ensign of Orange, N. J.; Miss Lucy Blair of Chicago, 111.; Miss N. Chauncey of New York city; Miss Stella Fabian of Salt Lake city, Utah; Miss filectra Havemeyer of New York city; Miss Lois Mackay of New York city; Miss Margaret Behr of New York city, Miss Marguerite Aimy of Nor wich, Conn.; Mrs. Elihu Chauoey of New York city, Mrs. Dixon of New York city, Mrs. George Mackay of New York city, Mrs. H. Behr of New York city, Mrs. C. T. Hall of Evanston, 111.; C Sumner, W. McCormick Blair, C. Truesdale, S. F. B. Morse, R. E. Dan ielson, H. M. Woolsey, H. P. Fabian, T. P. Dixon, W. D. Barnes, jr., K. H. Behf, R. C. Trlpn. 1906 Promenade committe box Miss Judith Dousman of Prairie Lu Chien, Wis.; Miss Harriet McClure of Lake Forest, 111.; Miss Mary Learned of Nor wich, Conn.; Miss Augusta C. Ely of Norwich, Conn.; Miss Helen Carrington of New Haven; Miss Louise Twlchell of Hartford, Conn.; Mrs. Douiseman of Prairte Du Chien, Wlss.; B. D. Smith, J. A: Stevenson, E. White, S. Turner, J. G. Magee, D. A. McGee, H. K, Wil son, W. S. Moorhead, G. Ely, G. Wins low, H. Goodman. Landslide Cnvaed Wreck. . Colebrook, N. H., Jan. 28. A land elide In Hilliard cut, caused, ti Is thought, by the recent thaw, wrecked a rassenger train on th Maine Central railroad to-day. No lives were lost, al though passengers and train hands were severely shaken up foy the sud den, stopping of the train. 1906. CITY NOTICES R mPtS& 9 LAYOUT AND ASSES3 SFLS? BENEFITS AND DAM AKS FOR A LEGAL GRADE ON lArAVENLTB BETWEEN iEDSGSAVENUEAND H0VV a Ixl, acco,rdance with the provisions of S!lon II of the Charter of the City ?i . Y6"' notice is hereby given that the following reports of the Di rector of Public Works and Bureau of Compensation have been accepted by the Board of Aldermen and orders passed on January 8, 1906; that said action was approved by his Honor, the Mayor, January .17, 1906; that the ben efits and damages for said improvoinent were declared to be equal and the or der for the grade on" said Sherland Avenue becomes operative and in effect on and after January 26, 1906. Attest: Edward A. Street, City Clerk, lo the Honorable Boan. if Aldermen of the Cny of New Haven: The Director of Public Works res pectfully reports that, as ordered by the Court of Common Council, he has caused a survey and layout and an assessment of damages and benefits to be made for the establishment of a legal grade on Sherland Avenue be tween Grand Avenue and Howard Street. . f The lines of the said layout of grades are fully shown by the red lines upon a profile map of the said Sherland Avenue on file in the office of the City Engineer, dated July 7th, 1904, which profile map, dated as above described., is made a part of this lay out. All parties affected by the said lay out and establishment of a grade were duly notified and given full op portunity for a hearing in the case. The report of the Bureau of Compensa-f tion upon, said lay' out and, the estab lishment of a. grade is herewith trans mitted, and, after careful considera tion, the Director respectfully recom mends the adoption of this layout, and the assessment of damages and ben ifits recommended in the accompanying' report of the bureau of Compensation. Respectfully submitted, JAMES B. COE, DirectorofPublic Works. To the director of Public Works of the City of New Haven: The Bureau of Compensation, ' to whom was referred the Order of said Director bearing date the 15th day of July, A.D. 1904, directing tha assess ment and determination by this Bu reau of all damages and benefits to aoorue to all parties interested by the establishment of a legal grade on Sherland Avenue between East Grand Avenue and Howard Street, hereby respectfully report:. That we have at tended to the duty assigned us; that we caused reasonable notice to be given to all persons interested in the said publio improvement, in all re spects pursuant to the provisions of the Charter of said City, to appear be fore us and be heard In reference there to; and we fully heard at the time and place specified in said notice, all per- 1 duuh wiiu appeared oeiore us. Etta Beebe Cornelia D. Peckwrll Sarah D. Merryman Samuel R. Blatchley , Ex, . Est. C. C. Blatchley Susan T. Rowe John C. Hine Julia A. Horton Lavlna D. Allis William H. Rowe William Staiger (This report takes the place of re port dated September 1st, 1904, which was returned to the Bureau of Com pensation by the Board of Aldermen, September 23rd, 1904.) - . And we do furthet assess and deter mine the damages and benefits equal to all persons or parties interested In the. foregoing proposed peblic im provement. . . All .of which is respectfully sub mitted . FREDERICK! C. LUM, EDWARD W. BALDWIN, JNO. C. PUNDERFQRD, Bureau of Compensation. City of New Haven A. D Dec. 9, 1905. Board of Aldermen, Deo. 11, 1905 ' Read for the first time and ordered printed in the Journal'.1 AMBROSE V. BEECHER, ' Asst. City Clerk. Board of Aldermen, Jan. 8, 1906. Read for the second time, accepted and ordered passed. AMBROSE V. BEECHER, Asst. City Clerk. City of New Haven, Jan. 17, 1906. Approved. JOHN P. STUDLEY, Mayor. The foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original record. Attest: EDWARD A. SEREET, City Clerk REPORT OF LAYOUT OF PARDEE PLACE. In accordance with the provisions of Section 81 of the Charter of the City of New Haven, notice Is hereby given that the following report of the Direc tor of Public Works has been accepted and layout adopted as reported by the Board of Aldermen, Deo. 4, 1905, and approved by his Honor the Mayor, Dec. 14, 1905. Attest: EDWARD A. STREET, City Clerk. To the Honorable Board of Aldermen of the City of New Haven: The Director of Public Works re spectfully reports that as ordered by the Board of Aldermen he has caused a Survey and Layout to be made of Pardee Place and the establishment of a grade thereon, the lines of which, as surveyed and laid out by him, are de scribed as follows, viz: The westerly line commences at a point In the northerly line of Fountain Street and Extonds in a straight line northerly to a point one(l) foot south erly of the land formerly of Googe R. Hodgdon but now of George W. Bence and will pass through a point oppo site to and twenty-one and five tenths (21.5) feet perpendicularly distant from the brick foundation at the north easterly corner of a house owned by Albert L. Sperry; also through another point opposite to and twenty-two and eighty-three one hundredths (22.83) feet perpendicularly distant from the brick foundation at the northeasterly corner of the house 1 xed by Mr. Mortlmei and Nellie D. Atwater. The easterly line commences at a point in the northerly line of Fountain Street and extends northerly in a straight line to within one foot of the southerly line of land of George W. Bence and is parallel with and. forty five feet perpendicularly distant from the above described westerly line. The grade commences at the grade of Fountain Street and rises northerly at the rate of abont thifle (3) inches per one hunared feet. The ' satd Pnrdee Place Is to bo opened and graded without expense to tho City and to the acceptance of the Director of Public Works. The lines of the above described lay out are fully shown by the red lines upon a map of the said layout on file in the office of the City Engineer dated Oct. 18th, 1905, and numbered No. 658, and the grade Is shown by the red lines upon a profile map of the said layout of Pardee Place on file in the same office and dated October 18th, 1905, which map, and profile map, dated and numbered as above described is made a part of this layout.. The amount of land taken for the said lay out is fully shown upon said map. All parties affected by said layout and the establishment of a grade there on, ware duly notified and given full opportunity for a hearing in the case, and, after careful consideration, the Director respectfully recommends the adoption of this layout. Respectfully submitted, JAMES B. COE, Director of PubllcWorks. Board of Aldermen, Nov. 6, 1905, Read for the first time and ordered printed in the Journal. AMBROSE V. BEECHER, Asst. City Clerk. Board of Aldermen, Dec. 4, 1906. Accepted and layout adopted as re ported. AMBROSE V. BEECHER, Asst City Clerk. City of New Haven, Deo 14, 1905. Approved. JOHN P. STUDLEY, Mayor. The foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original record. AUeN EDWARD A. STREET, City Clark, J . 324 3, LanM liar f fori November IS, 1908. For new lork 4:38 i-en :as ,1 r"- P- . Sundays- Wl :72?6' W-b- b" m .,7o:0Ap m- Sundays 2:25. 3-6S in -ks 0Botn via Springfield '1:07 -n:087aa1m:.:B65p5:6m5P-M- B 4 10''0?' SprtaKBeld, etc. 1:07. X7-0S ?,'',. Si55' ;0B "0 Hartford) Jo'a?" 8:10 10:05, p. m. Sunday .1-07 7-47 9 i?r fr,0,"??"' etc ,3:2B- "2:BB li h Vf Ul:41,. a. m. 12:96. 118:41, oi:6K' S:,10' 4:206:03, '8:16. 6:10 '-(to g?y&?Jf. 6:1. 11:30 (to Say" k)& Sundays 2:25- .2766. 12:05, 2:5S, 5:0S, 7:01,' p. m. For MlUilletown, Wtlltmniitle, etc. HI f: ?" i:00"J,B:06' t0 Worcester).' .o.Oi p. m. Sunday--T:20 p. m. ''i.or'theS'mi Full etc 7:50 a, m. : WesUfc ZrhW$ Ml.?;? ?;m 12a0" ;16i 4:80 iwi 7i'vll:S0 p. m. 8undays8:30 11:40 a. m...8:30, 6:40, &:39 p. m. ,.Fi Waterbury 6:68 8:00. 9:4U km. 12:10, 2:35, 6:1?, 7:40,Rl'l:36, p. m. Sun. days 8:30. 11:40 a, to.. 6:40 1:30 p m. m i-Si) m P" m SundaJr8 8:89 IT'S P,'"flelil and Intermediate Paint 6:60, (via Bridgeport). 9:35, a. m.. 4:15 P. m. bundays 7:60 (via Bridgeport) fU lTl, B For I.ltchfleld 9:36 a. nr., 4:16 p. m. Sundays 7:60 a. m. (via Bridgeport). Express trains. IParlorl car limited. Jlo Derby Junction. xLocal express. SHEPARD, F. O. COI.EY, en. Supti Asst. Gen. Pass. Ait KEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT WL STEAM EH CHESTER W. t'rt U1 V. NEW HAVEN Steamer leavai 1H6 a., m., daily, except MonCays, Pai after 1 'o' boar1 laamer at any tliu a Fntom N.w., VOHK Steamer Uavea P- dally, except Sunday. , Time between New Tork and New J Haven about five hour: 1 Steamer arrive at and dn.rt Belle Dock, New Haven, and Pier 10. EL R..,fooi : of Peck Slip, New Tori" ' uortlcketsJln(1 staterooms apply at llrfetgVm,! Xon Belle Dock. New Haven. Sta rl ri's N . Y.&N . H.Llne . DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY -PASSENGER AND FllEIGHT SERVICS Leaves New Haven 10:16 p. m.. Starin Pier, foot of Brown Street. "save! &TS!?Sf:Sr,'fr '" C"lUHlt Street tickets M.26. Rooms Jl.Oft. Tako ChdsS 1 Street ears to Brewery Street C. Iff rifiwrMn . . , New Haven. Con J IxcnvsUus. -Florida- Are you going South this Winter? If so you' can arrange for Tickets byj Railway or Steamer at Bisaop & Com pany's Office 183-185 Orange Street Cor. Court- Baggage , checked from residence to destination. . THH PECK & BISHOP CO uniLAND-AMERICA LINE f i New York-Rotterdam via Boulogne II Sailings Wednesdays pj- Jling list Rotterdam, Jan. 31, r Noordam, Feb. 7, Statendam, Feb. 21, Ryndam, Feb. 28, Rotterdam, March T, Noordam, March 14, v . New twin-screw steamer New Amter dam, 17,250 registered tons; 30,400 tons displacement. From N. Y. April 25. May 30, July 4. ' . Apply for special pamphlet. . Holland-American Line, 31) BVnr, N.T. Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St.; Bishop & Co., 183 Orange St.; Newton &' Parish, 86 Orange St.; M. Zunder & Son, 249-251 State St.; C. Bussman, 71' Or ange St.,1 agents. , AMERICAN LINE. Plymouth - Cherbourg; - Sonthnmptnn. From New York Saturdays at 9 30 a. m. M'netonka,Jan.27, 8 a.m St. Louis.Feb 10 New Yjork, Feb. 8 .Philadelphia Feb. 17 RED STAR LINE. Antwerp Dover London. Parts. Calling at Dover for London and Paris, Sailing every Saturday at 10:30 A M. Zeeland, Jan 27 .Finland, Feb. 3 Vaderland, Feb. 10. .Kroonland, Feb. 17 ICarries second and third-class pas sengers. Plera 14 and J North River. Office S Broad. way, Bowling Green Building, N. Y.J Bishop & Co., 185 Orange St; M. Zun der & Sons. 253 State St.; J. H. Parish ft Co., 86 Oranse street; Sweeney & Kel-. sey, 102 Church st. New Haven, eod-tf White Star Line Pout Twin Screw Stenmerat of 11.400 to 16.800 tons. Boston, (hiflenstown. 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