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aOHllSu-.roUimAL AND 'COURIER, Till JAY JANUARY 25; 1906.
V M OLD GUARD art or Courier without , may 1000. ,,VlL BE THE G11ASVESTA INORGAXIZATIOWS HISTOlt, tlonstulllflcatlon, silence ,4tement of his position, and to his office ih the Church. fth possibility, that of leaving Going out to direct her later as to where she should stretch the clothes lines, she met Louisa coming up the back stairs, flushed, determined, bu't Arch, he declines to entertain, j beaming still. She regarded Mrs. Pan- nly reasonable and Christian cost with the tolerant condescension is the third, to his Church; "A clergyman be lt is his spiritual , V By withdrawing from his place To be Held In Madison Square CrdenYWloses his power." It is. of course, upon the question of withdrawing that the controversy hinges. Dr. Abbott meets these points by an Insistence in the form of questions addressed to Dr. Crapsey upon the language of the form ularies and the ordinal of the Church. XTS TO-DAT. : ie Lambert. 8 'Jo. Humane S'y. & Co. Desmond Co. ' Stetson Co. 2 4. Monson Co. 6 Ayperion Theater. 7 Aew Haven Theater. 7 Adams. 2 1 Ford Co. 4 je F. M. Ward. 6 ie National Bank. 11 J. Kelly & Co. 4 -Thompson & Sons. 11 .. Wylie. ,.ers' Sale 106 Park St 'Jags Missirian. he Treat & Shepard Co. jAirocers'. ,is Chase & Co. overcoats Meigs & Co. fe' Coats Hamilton & Co. -Men 123 Temple St. on January 23 JIany Pigtinguished Guests Will be Present From Differ ent States and Cities and Also Many Military Notables. A great social event and fashionable He is a strict constructionist. The f, , . VnH win Outlook sum? up with a criticism of function f the year J Dr. Craysey's definition of the funda- be the mid-winter military pageant In . New York and grand ball of he old Guard at faauare Qardfln ou J lme, anfl the night of Thursday January 2oth consideration of every Madison Sauare Garden on the nlgnt t. .... 2 nf January 25th will toe a blaze or . , , . ... . 11 beauty, the decorating flags and ara- imnortance to a just decision. noHoa will he aDPronnate, tne l giua . iio urst la uiai. wmun tuuui ji. viay- Uke groups of stare, me codiuuko i, me ID1.1.UU U LU.U outlook have emphasized. Ibinations Of the Choicest COlOrs lui IntornrPtntlnn nf nil crfifids and theatric, but correct and real the side. arms, badges, banners, ladies' jewelled ornaments, all beautiful beyond com- WEATHER RECORD. jaehlngton, January 24, 8 p. m. it tor Thursday ana jtriaay stern New York: Fair Thurs- friday; fresh northeast to east local Weather Report. New Haven, January 24, iiwouiuiur., ou i tmcermure. ( A. I day as, K grinds. '4 pare. Thnrn will he seats for thousands ana 12 floor space 'for the grand dances and 6 nararlfiS that Will aCCOmmOOaie vvra thousand, couples or more. Gathered here will be the finest la dies of the land, endowed by beauty and 'escorted by the knights of present days, arrayed in aU their bravery a modem host of honored citizens and of Illustrious vistors from other cities and from other states-dstlngulshed guests of honor of the famous 'Old nrA f the, Citv of New York, an or- New England: Fair and colder . oHnn whnsp history dates back y; Friday fair, fresh north g action JWa w ior neany eigni-j sonnel and roster of today reveals a membership of soldiers worthy of the name and veterans well deserving their renown. The present officers are men of mark, and nearly all celebrities, with General John T- Cutting in command The honorary members now Include Theodore Roosevelt, the president of the United States; Lieut. Gen. Nelson A. Miles, Admiral George Dewey, Maj. General Daniel Sickles, Major General Joseph Wheeler, Brg. Gen. Fred. D. Grant and the celebrities of war and courts and business life in leading cities of the land. Among the noted, men and famous military companies that are invited on the 25th are the governors of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Con necticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Mayor George B. McClellan, heads of nltv d enactments. General Fred Grant, annual meeting of the General Eear Admiral Coghlan, colonels and al society of Connecticut will be other officers of the national guard of 3:30 nearly all the states ana tneir stans, p. m. au.5i sw 15 Clear Wind Direction N Wlud Velooity 18 '' I reciDiration ,'io Weather Cloudy Mln. Temperature.. ... iM Max. Temperature.... 0 L. M. TAER, Local Forecaster, U. S. Weather Bureau. BRIEF MENTION. water to-day, 11:56 p. m. Wt'a for February at the iewls Co.'s. The interpretation of all creeds and doctrines changes from age to age. Some years ago the bishops issued a pastoral letter, in which they stated that "fixity of interpretation is of the essence of the creeds." Whatever they may have meant by the phrase, its ob vious purport is one which cannot bear a moment's historical searching. To take the Niceno Creed, that splendid and Immortal statement of the Church's faith as to Christ's person, it is easy to point out that the present generation simply cannot interpret It as did the fathers of Nlcaea, The world has changed, and with Its philosophical terms and systems have changed. No man today can take himself back Into the philosophic atmosphere of Nicaea, even though he be an idealist in direct spiritual descent from the Greeks. Much less can he do so if he be or some modern philosophical school which denies the validity of the meth ods of idealism. Yet many of such schools may and do easily and enthusi astically repeat that creed and why? Just ibecause they believe that these old Greek fathers and they themselves are "driving at the same thing." In the Apostles' Creed the "situation is no different." As Dr. Chapsey has said, no one today accepts the view of heav en and earth and hades in which the creed was conceived. The descent into hell, the session, the advent, all carry today different shades of meaning from of old. The variations in the interpre tation of the Communion of Saints have been many, and doubtless all at one time or another orthodox. But these differences, In Interpretation, do not matter.. The essential thing Is that we of today and they of past ages "are driving at the same things," are striv- fViPT a fr Pfkpnai1 mifrVlf shnW to a ray spaniel. "y woman do wn there," she began in he?Nig-soug accent, "she tall me keep off her. clarhes posts. That she got there first. That It was her day to wash. She; untie my line." Mrs. Pancosfr looked distressed, for she was new x to that flat building. "Dear me," she wailed, "what did you say? Where shall we hang the clothes?" '; Louisa looked mildly surprised. "Oh, I hang them already!" she said as though the explanation were entirely unnecessary. Then she proceeded to make more starch. "They are oop." So they were. . Looking down, Mrs. Pancost saw her, table linen and sheets waving defiance to her neighbor's laun dress, the lines stretches between the forbidden posts. What Louisa had said to the rash objector or, more to the point, what she. had done to her, Mrs. Pancost could only terrlfiedly Imagine, for that mighty personage seemed to regard the affair a closed incident- She had gone down stairs to hang her bas ket of clothes and she had hung them. What reason to waste any more breath about It? "It is just Ilk') trying to advise or di rect the rock of Gibraltar," said Mrs. Pancost when trying to describe Louisa to her husband. "I Keep thinking of irresistible forces, fixed stars and Niag ara when I mediate upon her." "Niagara seems .the most appropriate of the lot, doesn't .it?" asked Pancost, and then subsided, Vrushed, when his wife' retorted that he Jldn't understand In the least. Mrs. Pancost might akk Louisa to Iron the shirt waists and starched ar ticles first, and also she waf privileged to go out and find the clothenbar laden ? WHAT IT MEANS TO TOT. If ffin People Realize the Importance of Good Digestion Until It is Lost. i Many people suffer from dyspepsia and do not know it. They feel mean, out of sorth, peevish, do not sleep well, do not have a good, keen appetite, do ot have the inclination and energy for physical or mental work they once had, but at the same time do not feel any particular pain or distress in the stom ach. Yet all this is the result of poor digestion, an insidious form of dyspep sia which can only be cured by a rem edy specially intended to cure it and make the digestive organs aot natural ly, and properly digest the food eaten. Bitters, after dinner pills and nerve tonics will never help the trouble; they don't reach it. The new medical dis covery does. It Is called Stuart's Dys pepsia Tablets and is a specific for dys pepsia and indigestion.' It cures be cause it thoroughly digests all whole some food taken Into the stomach, whether the stomach is In good working order or not. , Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, by digest ing the food, instead of making the worn-out stomach do all the work, gives it a much-needed rest and a cure of dyspepsia is the natural result. ' When you are nervous, run down and sleepless don't make the common mis take of supposing your nervous system, needs treatment and fill your stomach with powerful nerve tonics which make you feel good for a little while, only to fall back farther than ever. Your nerves ara all right, but they are starved they want food. Nourish they with wholesome, every day food, and plenty of it, well digest ed, and you can laugh at nerve tonics and medicine. But the nerves will not be nourished from a weak, abused stomach, but when the digestion has been made perfect by the use of this remedy all nervous symptoms disappear. Whoever heard of a man or woman Pnrlnr nnrl Tnhlo J n trine I Fine China, Cat Glass, Bric-a-Brac. Uhe Hospital to-, at 0 -rl common in: m. I . -r u i Christian experience. and Honorable Artillery of Boston.the inpetltive examination will be Worcester Continentals, the Albany Christian experience. That brings us to the second consid. eratlon, which is this: That the funda. mental question before such a man Is xt r"B",CBT , rirrTJi' whether he is in profound sympathy and National Lancers of Boston, 1st , "u,. ,,,, v, rL Willi IUC lUlUftO IUI . 'Liiv -w.-w.v.. I has all along been A the city hall this evening at 8 Burgesses Corps, Providence Light In i to ascertain the fitness of can- j fantry, Fusileer Veteran sasociation !os for the police service. 'U ws,,inv evpninir examlna- ' and 2d companies of the Governors' 3 will be held for the officers or uru, - , ' Church offers her creeds tain Smoke's military company, rmiaucipma, i . examinations will be conducted ac- , Men of Washington D C, ;UnUed dlng to the drill regulations of the , Train of Artillery of Bristol, R. I.; Put- kular aonywX T Tu I i conveyance of that life to others. medical lecture under the ' 2"d Co? 0LM.hUle"S..C.a? ' finds himself out of sympathy . . t . . n nfirs lamn is m in va iuus Didica. ribune Sunshine- .., ,t ,, hi n, i, 11. L UllUlllfSUl. Ull UIC Dl.l0 V- 11 be given to- clock at the S. Ely; AU i single bugle Wast will summon this great company of companies and the iTSST 1-Va k ' swelling music of the bands will sound .uiiic. a-iini-nto i-oonlcnrlprir In thplr ahnwV I . . . . .. .. - ... -l .- great pil ctical 1 ' T , . , V ", j of destroying mem, wn nureiy u m is also wrj(come. standing. The her liturgy, her office of devotion, her sacraments. All these he must enter into, use, make media for his spiritual life, and the If he wits these things, Impatient of them, ready to slur them, not merely deslrlous of fulfilling their meaning in modern life and gradually conforming them to a better expression of the needs and thought of that life but rather desirous with the woolens and underwear, dish blessed with a vigorous digestion and good appetite being troubled with their nerves? Good digestion means a strong ner vous system, abundance of energy and capacity to enjoy the good things of life. . Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will cer tainly set your stomach and digestive organs right; they can't help but do It, because they nourish the body by di gesting the food eaten, and rest the stomach. You get nourishment and rest at one and the same time, and that' is all the worn-out dyspeptic needs to build him up and give new life to every organ and an added zest to every pleasure. Stuart's Dyspeptic Tablets are a god send to the army of men and women with weak stomachs and nerves, and Justly merits the claim of being one of the must worthy medical discoveries of ithe'tlme. ' , uniforms and burnished arms and cheered by- thousands as they pass In JNext Monday eveni'ig the Kent club evolutions and contend in friendly rl ?f the Yale Law sonooi win noia a vai,.y. jebate In Hendrle hall. The subject Is j Thet General Grant and entire staff j be: "Resolved, Tl at municipal or- j wili review this grand midnight parade finances be passed to prohibit specula-. ad(1 new interest and lend a great lion in tickets for amusements." Af- i er 6Drit t0 tne moving scene. The 'flrmatlve: M. Sax, '06, and F. Turn- j grand balIi wi fill,. '08; negative, T. MusjilWbndimirltgj the Ia, time for him to go, for he can no long. er labor effectively. He cannot build It Is time for him to go, for he will want to go. But If he is In such fundamental sym pathy, if he looks to the Church as more than his spiritual city, as 'his spiritual mother, as the embodiment of Christ in the world; If he finds his own life filled wun unnst ana longs towels and bed linen. Never ouiie did Louisa seem alarmed at what might ensue. Her belief that nothing would hapen" shaped affairs as she had men tally planned. Mrs. Pancost would weekly pay over Louisa's money, re ceive her cheerful "good-by," and let her depart without one remonstrance. She simply did not dare attack that im pregnable front. " . Sonretlmes she wondered what Louisa was thinking about, for she never talk ed. She seemed to live in a world of her own and only noticed Mrs. Pancost at intervals. When she did she was pleasant and kind to her and Mrs. Pan cost was scandalized to find herself feeling nervously grateful for that. Se cretly sba wanted to discharge Louisa, but she couldn t The thought of a life time ahead of her versnadowed by that massive laundress was awful, but she felt helpless. She hoped that maybe hr husband some time would be trans ferred to New York and then she could escape. One day when Louisa looked out and saw that the coachman next door was screening ashes within a rod of her hanging clothes, Mrs. Tancost guiltily hoped the encounter might result In Louisa's being removed by the patrol wagon, but such was not the case. Louisa did not rush tumultously down stairs; she doseo-ided in a stately and, Imperious manner, and her conserva tion was brief and to the polntisjie coachman, a surly fellow, simplV melted away, humbly. Mrs. Pancost knew exactly how he felt. In all these various episodes Louisa never lost her temper and never relax ed her beaming smile. After six months of it, with all Louisa's apparent simple The choicest goods fever exnioicea in j this city. A. F. WYLIE, Successor to John Bright & Co. 821 Chapel Street. $ i Compressed Air Carpet Cleaning Works No. lea Court Street. Carpets called for and delivered. Carpets cleaned and laid, also mada over, in fact everything done in the Carpet line. AU work satisfactorily and promptly done. Telephone call, 1832-2. Give ua a call. "Connecticut's Greatest Fish Market." Old Virginia You Can Depend Upon This Market for FRESH FISH. Yes everytime If there Is one thing that's most desirable in this business it Is that fish and all sea food MUST BE FRESH. We desire to EMPHA SIZE AS STRONGLY AS POSSIBLE that we handle ONLY FRESH FISH Ejilcuriuu Pickles, Stuffed Mangoes and Pepper. Apple Jelly and Strained H.m.v H...i)inii t J.lll.a ,,nl .iHitiu. Bur le due Jellies, Murroonn, Cherries AND SEA FOOD. You' know the de In Muresclitno. Clinton Ginger, Olives, pendable kind make a note of this io'fr nni'iBni!n SJnu.n iVFnZiT the next time you want to order fish. iiiK These aer only a few of the ar ticles we sell along with our splendid line of Fruits Nuts and Table Delicti- J. B. JUDSOIS SS6 Chapel Street OASTORIA. BearB th -A You 1,3,8 AlMVs Boll2K Blgr 8 lithe all the military move lancers and bewildering va .Burton, 08- f riations of the dance will follow, the , f n ,w nv( with the same Christ. , Francis I. Minnix of "60 Mechanic ; repast be served , the revelries run on ; lf ,he bdieves profoundly that the , street, employed at the factory of Sar- i until the parting hour arrives and j church still stands for Christ and Is igitnt & Oo., met with Severe accident I lights begin to dim and day begins to while at work Monday. He was caught i dawn and the last strains of music die between the rollers of a drop and a upon the ear. 'vooden shaft, and came near losing his j The cards of Invitation bear the right arm. The arm was terribly names of R. Livingston Luckey, Cap Ifcsqueezred from the finger tips to the tain and Adjutant, and John T. Cut elbow, and It was an hour before It ; ting, (Brigadier General G. C, re mould be released. Ho will toe laid up tor several weeks. (The New Haven aerie of Eagles at ,helr club rooms in Chapel street to- jlght have the first of the series of i' tired), Major Commanding. TO BUILD A TUNNEL. Westport, Jan. '21. It is announced that arrangements have been com- oTfa'mes with the Derby Eagles. I pleted for the building of a tunnel un derneath the railroad tracks at Sauga tuck and connecting the two passenger depots. The Consolidated Railroad Co. has purchased a strip of land from the Misses Cockroftfl whose land is situated directly south of the east bound station. One of the reasons ad vanced for the removing of the east bound station to its new location la the closeness to the approach to the new j Powers' Excellent Dramatic ' railroad bridge. As it now is when a M In College Street Hall. train from New York comes in the ramatic recital of Robertson's engine has to stop and start directly David Garrlck" given by the on te western approach. Railroad iamous monologlst and impersonator, ' men state tnat nothing win weaken a Usland T. Powers, at College street Bridge iwe tne starting or a neavy la.ll in the Dublic lecture course, was train upon it. The Pennsylvania Steel ne of the treats of the year to a large Co.. who have charge of all the iron gne JNew Haven team m L-umpuseu oi W. F. Clark, J. J. McKlernan, and A. ii, Wright and Arthur Newmann. A large crowd is expected to attend. Four matches are to be played, two in ach place, and this is the first of the pries. IWS-AVID G-ARRICK" GIVEN. fal 1 ttf of "Dav audience. Mr. Powers' abilities were and structural work on the new bridge, Vivfln a. eond oDDortunitv for exposition have about completed their contract land the result demonstrated the reason ana wni booh move an men- nanus ij that he has attained so high a plaoe in fills art and tailed forth so much favor able criticism. i FLASH POINT WAS O. K. HERE. Mayor Studley, After Conference, Manes euuemein, auuui Mayor Studley, after a conference frirh Fire Marshal Gladwin yesterday I afternoon, stated Uiat some time ag ' spending the past year or so in town other operations. The only thing that remains to be finished is the new building on the bridge which controls the gas engines, used in the lifting of the bridge when it is opened, and the leveers that operate the tracks when the work is going on. This week a ce ment floor was laid in the building and hy the first of the week all will be com pleted and the men who have been kerosene oil was tested In this city and found to be 111 degrees Fahrenheit be fore sparking. This was one degree i above the sparking point set by law. -' " -or Studley told Marshal Gladwin if fa was a demand for another test to ke it. In Mlddletown and Hartford flash point was found considerably 'er than required by law. will leave. 1 SHOULDER DISLOCATED. HONOR AMONG CLERGYMEN. What is a clergyman to do who finds as the years go on that his belief has changed greatly from that of his earli er years, and differs widely from that which is commonly held In the Church? Dr. A. S. Crapsey has recently discuss ed the question in the Outlook has commented editorially upon the posi tions of the two writers and thrown the question out for general consideration. Dr. Chrapsey s position is essentially That the Church stands for the .reet Railway Transfer Collector Falls j from Car In West Haven. Henry McGowan, the transfer col lector for the Consolidated Railway this: jcompany at Cmirch and Chapel streets, fundamental verities of Christ's teach- liad a shoulder dislocated as the result lng, which he defines, somewhat (of a fall from a car in West Haven strangely, as the summary of the law, early last evening. McGowan had tak- the Lord's Prayer, and the five Laws of en a car for West Haven, where he Righteousness of the Sermon on the liveaand was returning home to sup- Mount; that for the man who holds rHn h . ijr."1 fro mthe '..r,He these verities, but has otherwise rr - ' " ' " '.,.' departed, from the c"!' Christ's Church, and if by leaving her he would find himself orphaned and poor and destitute, bereft of what has been his meat and drink, and spiritu ally without a mission, then how can he leave her? And how can sne, to whom he gives his heart's blood In sacrifice of service, turn and drive him out? By what right dare she say to the Obrist-fllled prophet: "Because vou do not preach in all ways as I have been wont to hear, you shall not preach?" By what right? Only by that right by which the Scribes and Pharisees slew tie master the right of those who will not hear the word of God except as tradition repeats it who are deaf to the voice of him who descendeth In the flame of fire and glveth heavenly words to "holy and humble men of heart." Let not the Church of Christ leave her master and sit in the seat of the Scribes Pacific Churchman. LOUISA, There was nothing sylph-llke, pale or indeterminate about Louisa. When she arrived from the Intelligence office in response to Utile Mrs. Pancost's appeal for a laundress, she loomed up talll middle-aged, broad and flat-footed be fore that startled young woman's eyes She had a god fresh color, a muscular backand arms, and a glittering set of false teeth that shot china dazzles at one when she smiled and she smiled frequently. That was all iMrs. Pancost had time to observe at first. "I coom to wash," anounced Louisa, pleasantly, in the lilting accent of the northern countries. Thereupon, she proceeded to fulfill her mission without any more ado. The stationary tuba are huilt Into 'the kitchen of the Pancost flat, so Mrs. Pancost hovered around to direct the new assistant. In five minutes she discovered tha Louisa needed no directing. "You will find the soap. Louisa," she began, "in the ' Louisa already had the soap and was rubbing away, placidly oblivious. Mrs. Pancost still hung around, ner vously. "I'm particular how the white clothes are blued, Louisa," she re marked, a little half-heartsdly. "And don't starch the tops of the skirts " Louisa unbent her back and surveyed her mistress beamingly. "Ay will dr' what I can," she said, soothingly. Th .she went to rubbing again while V ! Pancost backed out of the kite; feeling that she was ii Philadelphia Dental Rooms, T81 CHAPEL S1HEET. Over Win, Frank & Co'a Store. Teeth Extracted Without Pnln a Sperlnlty. I P. MONKS Jtt D. E. Souvenir Post Cards, largest stock in City at J. A. McKee's, 930 Chapel Street. , FOR THIS WEEK. Scollops, Frost Fish, Salmon, Prawn, Frog Legs, Lobsters, Extra Fine Green Smelts, Spanish Mackerel, Fresh Hali but, Cod, Haddock, Oysters, Clams. Smoked Salmon, Finnan Haddie, Hall- out. ., Wni. H.Wilson & SonJ' 24 Congress Avenue.' Two'Fbones. Two 'Phones. as she chose, and Mrs- Pancost sub mitted without a murmur. Then without warning one day when she pinned on . her nondescript hat, Louisa added, as she said farewell, still beamingly "I coom no more. I""ii'a?e done w'hat I could. Good -toy." Then She departed, giving no time for ques tions or regret, seemingly evpecting That was the very last Mrs. Pancost ever saw of Louisa. Chicago News. Mr, '"fork Packer "So he writes poet ry, does. he?" Sylvia "Oh, papa, it is perfectly heavenly!" Mr. Pork Packer "Well, we're exploiting a new pork sausage and can probably use him in openness, Mrs. Pancost knew absolute- j the advertising department."-Judge. ly nothing about her, whether she were maid, wife or widow, homeless or a property-holder., Louisa seemed per- fectly contented with her lot, perfectly oblivious of the fact that she worked from daylight till dark. She did the work her own way, as much or as little A young man in Canajoharie Fell in love with a maid in Schenecta dy They were married in Peekskill, Took a trip to Hoboken, And settled in Sagaponack. Chicago Tribune. E2 14 W Yi t n 1 A I I T 1 II iuf f 3 n 1.1 V r Ml uLrv! The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been. - in use for orer 30 years, has borne the signature of 0 nnft has Wn Triadfl under his per- l s3rf-ff sonal supervision since its Infancy. vSVY, tucsUAt Allow no one to deceive you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of v Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. 16 contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcoio substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Almost Giving Them Away HEATING STOVE AND KITCHEN RAN Too Many Stoves and Too Little Money. That's our trouble just now. So as to realize some we will sell our fine stock of ACOKJN SlUVhS RANGES at 30 to 40 per cent, discount tontine Stove. $4.00. Kitchen Ranees. $6.1 .......y ' " U.I- J C. Cronan 4 Co., 6 Church Street. 4 There is Nothing Like McCUSKER 4 SCHR0EDEE BEST COAL FOB CASH. $6.50 Per To!1 26 Church St: 5 Railroad 3 The KM You toe Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THE OCNWJIt OOMHMV, TT KUMMT THHT, NEW VOU Omfc --he Chatfleld Paper Co. t " Cablets tl Fr s4 Twice ia State Price of C V S E; Gas J 5 Backus Gas-Steam Heaters, prices $30.00 and Stamford Odorless Gas Heaters, prices $3.50 to Clow's Gasteam Radiators, price $17.00 and f Gas Logs, Radiators, Gas Grates, A11J THE NEW HAVEN GAS LIG Salesroom, 93 Crown Street