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KEW ILVYEX MORNING JOURNAL AND COXJEEEE, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 211906
5 LATEST FAIR HAVEN NEWS Plants. Try the Ladies' Home Journal Patterns. .. They are the 'Best. Silks and Dress Goods The display of new SPRING SILKS is remarkable for its great variety of rare weaves and colorings, and includes a broad assort ment of QUEEN'S GRAY and all other desirable shades. There is not a new thing in SILKDOM that is not first shown over our counters. This, the VSilk Store" of New Haven, offers you QUALITY, STYLE and EXCLUSIVE SILKS reasonably priced. New styles in sheer, light weight DRESS FABRICS are constant ly arriving, many of them confined patterns which no other New Haven store can secure. , ' The assortment of "Queen's Gray" shown is most extensive. The fabrics range from the voiles to finest worsted tailor effects, in widths from 45 to 54 inches. Prices are lowest to be found anywhere for the same qualities. LADIES' HAND BAGS, LADIES' CHATELAIN BAGS, LADIES' WRIST BAGS, This week or while they last our whole stock of the above will be sold at ONE-HALF the regular marked price, E. L. WASHBURN & CO., Manufacturing and Prescription Druggists. 84 Church Street and 61-63 Center St., New Haven. SYMPflON Y CONCERT TONIGHT WALTER DAMROSCH WILL CON- ' : DVCT XX WOOLS ET HALL IJievlnne Soloist A, Great Audi ence Expected from New Haven and Nearly All Parts of the State Con cert for the Benefit of Yale Infirmary. To-nlgh't In Woolsey Hall comes the great musical event of the season, the "cpnoert of the New York Symphony or chestra, under the leadership of Walter Damrosch, and with Joeef Lhevinne, :the distinguished Russian pianist, as soloist There .has been a very large sale of tickets for the performance, and the demands came not only from New Haven and the near toy towns which Support the regular musical perfor mances, tout from the eastern portion WILD WITH ITCHING HUM Eruption Broke Out in Spots All Over Body Caused a Continual Itching for Two Years Doctor's Medicine Did no Good Cured at Expense of only $1,25 and Now THANKS CUTICURA FOR COMPLETE CURE " "Some time ago I wrote you for a book on the Cuticura Remedies and received it 0. K. and went and bought the Soap, Ointment, and Pills. They did me more good than any medicine I ever used. They cured me of my skin disease, and I am very thankful to you. My , trouble was eruption of the akin, which broke out in spots all over my body, and caused a continual itching which nearly drove me wild at times. I got medicine of a doctor, but it did not cure me, and when I saw in a paper your ad.. I sent to you for the Cuticura book and I studied my case in it. I then went to the drug store and bought one cake of Cuticura Soap, one box of Cu ticura Ointment, and one vial of Cuti cura Pills. From the first application I received relief. I used the first set and two extra cakes of Cuticura Soap, and was completely cured. I had suffered for two years, and I again thank Cuticura for my cure. If you wish, you may publish this. Your friend forever, Claude N.Johnson, Maple Grove Farm , R. F. D. 2, Walnut, Kan., June 15, 1905." ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! Scratch! Scratch! Scratch! This is the condition of thousands of skin-tortured men, women, and children, who may be instantly relieved and speedily cured by warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle applicat ions of Cuticura Oint ment, the great Skin Cure, and mild doses of Cuticura Resolvent Pills, when physicians and all else fail. Sold throofhoat the world. Cnticnra Soap. tSc. Oint ment, Wc, HBotvm, 60c. In form ot Chocolat. Coated YiVif, 2Ac. per vial of M), may be had of all drugpilti. A tinf la art often euro, rotter Dzug & Chem. Corp., Sol Prope., Boston, Maefl. T kaiitd i (te, " All AM tto 8ki0, Sctfp, lad Hill, fcsoi?(o of the state as far away as New Lon don. A special partly of fifty has been organized In Meriden, and a special car from Derby and Ansonia will bring fif ty more. Watertoury will send a con siderable number. At first there were some compaints that the orchestra should come during the Lenten season, but since it became known that the, concert was being giv en by Professor Samuel S. Sanford, and the entire receipts were to be given to the Yale Infirmary for use in the estao. lishment of free beds for poor students, the objections have disappeared, and the people of the city have taken this opportunity to do practical Lenten work Iby contributing to the success of the concert by their moral and finan cial support. ' It is. of particular interest just now to people who contemplate hearing Jo sef Lhevinne, the wonderful lyoung pi anist, that at Ills last concert, a recital In Carnegie Hall New York, the audi ence, which was a very large one, ro called him again and again, and there were repeated many of 'the scenes of extravagant enthusiasm which marked the first year of 'Paderewski's career in .this country. The fact Is that Lhe vinne Is the new piano wonder of the world and Is certain to tie a great suc cess. The concert begins at 8:15- Tickets are on sale at the Woolsey Hall box of fice after 10 this morning, and until the time of the concert. JARLEY WAX-WORKS. Warner Hall to be Scene of Interest To-Night. ' The ladies' social union of the Trinity M. E. church will present to-night "Jar ley Wax-Works." Great Interest Is at tached to this presentation, and a large audience is expected. Ttie proceeds of the affair will be placed to the benefit of the carpet fund. AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Next Sunday, March 25, at the First Baptist church, regular services will be conducted by Rev. Mr. Lent. The church programme for the rest of this week Is as follows: 'Wednesday, 10 a. m., ladies meet for work; 3:30 p. m., mothers' meeting, Mrs. F. S. Bolton, president New Ha ven Motfoers' club, will give an address. All women are cordially invited. At 6:30 p. m., supper, price ten cents; 7:80 p m., meeting of the teachers of the Sunday school. Thursday, 2 p. m., thimble party at the home of Mrs. Harriet M. Ailing, 230 Canner street; every woman of the church invited; 2 p. m., In-as-much cir cle of King's Daughters will meet with Mrs. Herrick, 37 Pearl street, Friday, 2 p. m., the Comforting Cir cle of King's Daughters will meet with Mrs. Chamberlain, 132 St. John street. A REMARKABLE FIND While Excavating in the Railroad Cut Monday. While a gang of laborers were dig ging away in the railroad cut Monday afternoon at Union and Water streets a couple of the men dug up an old tombstone of the ancient brown-slab kind of colonial times, on which was In scribed: SAMUEL RUSSELL, Died 1775, In the fifty-sixth year of his age. The slab was about two feet square and was twenty feet below the surface of the street. What appeared to be a mound close to the tombstone was ! struck by the spades and it crumbled to ! pieces. "He calls himself a self-made man." "Well, I'm glad he's brave enough to take the responsibility." Cleveland Plain Dealer, I THE SINKING OF THE STEAMER GORDON HOWE. Fate of the Ms lit Watchman Not Yet Known Annual Election Last Night of Qrand Avenue Baptist Church . Annunl Roll Call of Live Onk Council An Interesting Wedding Atwuter Tourist Gives Pleasing Account of Florida. Whether or not Louis Truth, the night watchman . on the steamer Gordon Rovve, is drowned will not be known until the steamer is raised. The Gor- ': don Rowe is one of the large steamers 1 of the oyster-dredging fleet of H. C. Rowe & Co. and was sunk at her dock at the company's oyster shops below Quinniplac bridge some time Monday night. Truth undertook to fill one of the vessel's tanks with water and failed to shut off the supply, which filled the craft and she went down at her moor ings. If Truth retired to his bunk, then he must have been drowned. It is thought to be quite probable, how ever,' that, realizing that he was re sponsible for sinking the craft, he ran away. He is about twenty-five years old and single. His boarding place could not be ascertained last evening. Mr. Rowe stated last evening that it would cost from $500 to $600 to raise the steamer. A wrecking outfit will come up from New York and soon have the craft afloat again- At low tide the steamer's upper deck is awash. It Was a very careless piece of business sink ing the craft. It is not expected that much damage has been suffered by the steamer. The following advertised letters re main uncalled for at Station A: Miss Ella Rouke, Wallace M. Buckley, L. C. Higgins, Miss Helen Rowe, Miss Helen IC. Rights and Dr. William V. Wise Wilson. The Chautauqua Graduates' circle will meet to-morrow evening at eight o'clock at the East Pearl Street Metho dist church and be entertained by the members of the East Pearl Street Chautauqua circle. Rev. E. C. Tullar, president of the Graduates' circle, will preside. Mr. Tullar will give an illus trated talk on "Japan and Africa," and the entertaining circle will also provide a programme. Mr. and Mrs. E. Smith, of 882 Quinnl piac avenue, are receiving congratula tion over the birth of a daughter. The adjourned annual meeting of tho Grand Avenue Baptist church for the election of officers was held last even ing. Rev. Charles G. Smith presided and M. M. Gower was the church clerk. Mr. Gower, who has been the excellent church clerk for several years, declined a re-election, as he felt that he could not attend to the duties. Charles D. Manwaring was elected church clerk, and Mr. Gower was elected clerk pro tern. For treasurer C. G. Ames was re elected by acclamation. Daniel N. Hat field was re-elected deacon for a term Of five years. , J. P. Merrow was re elected auditor. ' N. A. Beebe was re elected financial secretary. The board of trustees is as follows: Frederick L. Willis, C. G. Ames, N. A. Beebe, Harry V. Santry and Peter Jacobson, all re elected. The music committee Is as follows: George Hatfield, O. C. Murray and N. A. Beebe. The. committee on benevolence is com posed of George I. Sturges, C D. Man? waring and D. W. Hatfield. Committee on baptism Mrs. David Hanselpacker, Mrs. Henry Keech and Mrs. D. W. Hatfield. Ushers Ernest Zuber, Maurice Hat field, Mark Hare, George Willis, George R. Sturges, John W. Phillips, Frank Butler, Owen Hatfield, John Boyson, Elmer Ka.lgren, C. D. Manwaring. Tithingmen-F. L. Willis, Peter Ja cobson and H. V. Santry. John W. Kessel, secretary of Live Oak council No. 1027, Royal Arcanum, yesterday issued a call for the annual roll-call meeting to be held to-morrow evening at A. O. U. WT. hall, 25 Grand avenue, at 8 o'clock. The entertain ment committee will provide an Inter esting treat. This is the last month in which members can change their op tions. A smoker will foWovv th meet ing. The circular contains the follow ing: "Let every member promise him self that he will be at the lodge room this time to answer to his name whfen it Is called, and see If he misses any of the alii familiar faces of the past. It is time now for us to count noses and get on a hustle for new members. Don't think the Royal Arcanum is a thing or the past, by any means, nor that you have lost your interest, for that is not a good business principle. You have Interests at stake, and In order to make your investment a safe one you must see to it that others are added to our numbers to keep up the good work. So forget the past and look to the bright future before us." The Ladies' Aid society will meet in the parlors tt the Grand Avenue Con gregational church this afternoon. Rev. E, B. Schmitt, of Ansonia, will preach in the Lenten service at Grace church Friday evening. The meeting of the Right Hand circle of King's Daughters will be held this afternoon with Mrs. D. W. Hatfield, 205 Lloyd street. The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Grand Ave nue Baptist church will meet to-morrow evening with Mrs. Boyson, of Ex change street. The schooner C. C. Lane, which was lost near Boston light in Monday's storm, was built at the Nettleton yard in East Haven in 1S73-. She belonged to the Benedict fleet and has paid for her self three times over. When Medicines Fail. POSTUM 10 days may solve your problem '.'There's a Reason." SORE OR WEAK EYES We heard a woman say the other day that she had never found anything so good for sore, weak or inflamed eyes as PAXTINE Toilet Antiseptic. This is the experience of everyone who has used it. We guarantee PAXTINE Toilet Antiseptic to heal all inflammation and strengthen tired and weak eyes. If it fails we return your money, large box at druggists 50c. Trial box free The R. Paxton Co., Boston, Mass. Harvey P. Hemingway, who has been very ill at the home of his son, Marcus Hemingway, in Grand avenue, is much better and it is hoped that he will (be able to be out when the weather gets warmer. Mrs. Samuel L. Blatchley of Grand avenue has been ill for about five weeks from the effects of erysipelas, but is now some ibetter. She is attended by Dr. Hall and Mrs. Mary Price is the attending nurse. Rev. E. C. Tullar preached in the Sheldon M. E. church Sunday. He went to Bolton Monday and officiated at the funeral of an aged woman in that town. Mrs. T. F. Callahan of 161 Blatchley avenue is visiting her niece, Mrs. Ed ward Doherty of Saybrook. Quite a delegation from Fair Haven, ) members of the New Haven comman- . dory, Klhigtits Templar, attended the ' big banquet at Music hall Monday j evening. The opening of a new skating rink at Polar Star hall, scheduled for Saturday, did not materialize, , Mrs. William E. Clark of Main street has recovered from an attack of rheu matism. Miss Helen Touhy of Blatchley ave nue is visiting in New York. "My Son Percy," the bright little play presented by the ,A Comedy club, last evening at Polar Star hall has been a subject of much local Interest. It Is a clever society comedy, in which Mr. Hudson, a widower, who anxiousy de sires to reform his lonely condition, is ably assisted by Mrs. Harvey, a widow, who is in full sympathy with him. Each has what is feared to be an incum brance, one In his son; Harvey, and the other in her niece, Ethel, and as a con sequence, Interesting complications arise.. The cast was m follows: Mr. Hudson, the widower Dwight L. Chamberlain Persy Hudson, his son . Jerrriaine Crossley Christopher Maypole,, the bashful wooer . . , .'Irvlng Hurlbut Mrs, Harvey, the widoiyt-.. Alice Sperry Ethel; her niece '..l.iGraee Hofaeker Mrs. Maypole, a dear,, 'friend vvv. Mmido Kelley Mrs. Carter, another,?'.. '...Edith Bull Hannah, the maid v&w Nione Sperry A very pleasant birthday anniversa ry was tendered to Mrs. Charles Reichel at her home, 27 Ea?t" Pearl street, Fri day evening, by thirty of her friends. The evening was passed in piano selec tions rendered by Mrs. Otto Voognitz, Miss Amelia Neumann, Otto Weber, and William Reichel, and vocal selec tions by Mrs. Charles Weeks. At mid night a bountiful supper was served, at which Mr. Vocgnitz acted as toast master and kept the party in laughter by his witty spcectws. At the wee hours of morning the party departed and wishing the hostess many happy returns of the day. The W. C. T. U. gave a supper at their hall last evening. The prayer meeting of the W. C. T. U. on Thursday evening will be led by Herbert Hill. Miss Edith Grace Harris Fowle of this place was united in marriage to William Orrin Tiee thy the Rev. P. J. Clark, the p;ast Haven Congregational church, Sunday morning. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Alice Maud Fowle. as maid of honor, and Miss Lena M Tlce as bridesmaid. Steven H. Fowle gave the bride away, and Her bert H- Fowle was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Tlce will ibe at home to their friends March 26 at 295 Grand avenue. Twenty relatives and friends of Mrs. Henry Barrows of East Main street, East Haven, called upon her Friday evening to celebrate her seventy seventh anniversary. During the even ing there was an Interesting musical and literary programme, and a turkey supper was served. An entertainment of moving pictures will be given in St Andrew's church this evening. W. S. Neale of Atwater street, who has just returned from Florida, says the temperature at Palm Beach has ranged from 72 to 78 degrees durin'g the winter. Quite a number of New Haven people have been there during the season. He says it has been a good season for the medium priced hotels, but the larger ones have not done so well. West Palm Beach is growing rapidly and there is now a resident population of 3,000, and there are two. ibig hotels, which can accommodate 3,000 people. Mr. Neale says the orange season has been a good one. Straw berries and vegetables have been en jcyed most of the season. Mr. Neale came north wiitu a party of Fair Ha ven tcurists on the steamer Apache, which can-led a cargo of 4,000 tons, consisting . for the most part of Florida pine tim- j ber. I WERE RESCUED BT BAXTER. The tfciree men who were stranded on the middle .breakwater, as told in yes terday morning's Journal and Courier, were rescued yesterday forenoon after an all night exposure, by the tub Bax ter. They were then transferred to the tug Acquidneck, which came into the harbor with a tow bound to New Lon don. Their feet, hands and faces were frozen. They were found to ibe members of tfce crew of the steam-canal boat H. C. French, which was light and bound from New London for New York. The boat ran ashore on the middle breakwa ter and soon broke up. The H. C. French was 142 tons. She was 93 feet long, 1" feet 'beam, built at Lockport, N. Y., in 1888, and was own ed In New London. SMOKED BLOATERS, "Cromarty" brand, make on excellent breakfast relish for "those in the know." $ .05 each. APPLE BUTTER in stone jars-a specialty from Old Virginia. A tea dish with bread and butter or for use with cold meats. 38 cts. SHOKED SARDINES are generally of the "cheap" kind but we have a new brand of these Fish carefully pre pared and packed in real Olive Oii. 15 cts. APRICOT BRANDY, our own importa tion, in a moderate sized bottle hold ing litre. -Nothing finer in quality in our stock. 65c a bottle. -3 Si S-taft St- THEO. KEILER Funeral Director and Enbalmc 4H8 State Street, cor. Elm. BRANCH OFFICE 45S Campbell ATenue, West Haven. CHAMPION & CO., F LOR IS TS, 1026 Chapel Street, . Entrance Hyperion Theatre. DEATHS MEER1MAN. In Westville, March 20, Charles G. Merriman, in his 83d year. Funeral from his late residence 69 Fountain street, on Thursday after noon at 3 o'clock. m21 2t GOLD. In West Cornwall, Conn., on the 20th Inst., Theodore Sedgewick Gold, aged' 88 years. Funeral services on the 22d, at 1:30 p. m. m21 It MISIATrrtE ALMANAC MARCH '21. S Rises 5:54 I Moon Rises J H'h Water I H'h Wf I 9:06 p. S Sets 6:04 4:17 m. Courier Record MARINE. Tort uf Mt iliivea. ARRIVED Schr Rev John Fletcher, Payne, Prov. Sohr M. C. Cu. Cliff. Ptov. Schr Bessie and Sella, Smith, Prov. Schr Atlas, Thomas, N. Y. CLEARED. Schr Keystone' Bishop, N, Y. Schr Phoebe and Emma, McCllntock, Schr Nauttlus.Reeves, Prov. Schr Resolute, Williams, N. Y. Schr M. C. Goss, Goss, Fall River. Schr Howard Russell, Thomas, Green port.L. I. ' Schr Josephine, llartwell, Green port, L. I. , FARM FOR SALE. A FARM of about 90 acres with dwell ing house and barn located only three miles from City Hall. Conve nient to the Trolley. Price low to a quick buyer. , W. D. Judson, Room 402. 902 Chapel St. i "THERE'S MUSIC IN THE AIR." To our many customers who have been asking us for Phono graphs we wish tto state that we have put in the Edison machine in all its varieties and variations with a complete assortment of records. Our prices are the lowest and our customers have the privilege of adding a phonograph o their account rwlthout extra payment, If you wis'h to open an account the price of "Home" phonograph complete is $30.00. large flower 4, !1Qrn, $3.50; h?rn crane, $2.50; 12 J v records, $4-20; a total of $40.20; f payments $5-00 down and $1.00 a week. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete House Furnisher. Oransre and Center Sts. CASH OR CREDIT. 1 'liMrmtttM 8 mwm i irriSi.?n.MiiMilm.ll I HOUSE RENTERS who think of making a change this season will find It to their advantage to call at my office and let me know what kind of a rent ' they wish. I w! H be pleased to make note of it, and soon as anything likely to interest them Is listed with srte, will send them word. I have at the present time a number of excellent rents both houses and flats, and shall have many others as ihe season advances. The "wrrk. -di'juj One Family House With Barn. HOWARD AVE. Corner FirstStreet. West Haven Building Lois Prices range from $2.00 to $8.00 a front foot Size ot lot to suit Fur chaser. II. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St WoodbridgeFarm for Sale Larse two atorr tram honse run ning water, good karn, lata of trait, beat loeatl la thm town., frloe rwf low. AEO. A. 1WWM U Mall SsJMla. i - - ' . FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A farm 9 miles from New Haven, 330 acres, house, 2 barns, stock, tools, farming Implements, steam engine and 25 H. P. Boiler. There is wood enough (200 acres) on the place to more . than pay for the farm. The balance of the land under high state of cultivation. - Bfoney to loan In auras to u!t. l: g; hoadlhy. WASHINGTON BUILDING Room 218, No. SO Church Street. Office open evenings. FOR SALtz. ONE FAMILY HOUSE. TEN ROOMS, MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, NICE YARD AND FRUIT. TREES. MAPLE STREET, NEAR SHERMAN AVE. T. C PUNDERFORD U Church street. Gardner Morse 4 Son."? Real Estate and Fire Insuranoe. ' fsu WHY NOT Call on mo it you wish an Un. to-data OFFICE With all euuvauiauuea. The best light and air. Mo vocal or in. etrumental muelo to disturb your thoughts. BENJ.R: ENGLISH, B3 Chans! Street. wwwwwwwvwwvy REAL ESTATE Building lots a specially. Buy of the owner. EDWARD M. CLARK 80 CHURCH STREET. Washington Building. WHY NOT Buy this fine modern 12 room res idence and barn on Whalley ave with two large well located lots, for less than cost of buildings? . N. S. BLATCHLEY. ?9 Church Street. On eent a word tot each InarrUoa. ve ccata a worn for a full week. .eve. time. TV . HELP WANTED MALE. W six weeks we educate vou In salesmanship, secure you position as traveling- salesman with responsiw! BAd?r The Bradstreet Sys! tern, Bradstreet Building, Rochester. - " l- m21 It '. THRT?TO , a, WANTED. ofrioS ladie! or gentlemen to take be?wna1i t,ravel 011 the roal- Call between twelve and two, Wednesday; , w- c- Mker, 228 Crown fit. m24 It AVA. JV TED A COMPETENT cook, 'also a compe- neceSarytreSSbef4 o "ferencesTe Jiotesary. 230 Church street Call between 6 and 8 o'clock, p. m. ni2o tf "V A TED A THOROUGHLY competent maid for up-stalrs work. Best ot references required. Apply Eo Hillhouse a" m20 2t ART P-Tuf-0- F0R U ARMY ABL,-bD1jj, unmarried men h tween ages 2). and 36; citizens o? ford- 1022 iCr-i-8 M.aln stree1; H": i aa 1 , Main street, Bridireourf 199 Bank street. Water.u7y. eonn? Ji-JUtt 4U All Ort r ,1 . . Btote R?ert LarBt. best in the ""tie. Best male ana remain heir, any and all klnrti i?,?1"L.hTp.fc where. Onen 5""' aBJr'" -I Hi, W-.-...6Q. j. e E Mrs IMfN AENCY-Take Ztui 102 n' GJadw'n has moved from 102 Orange Street to 903 Chanel St ThTu NV6?4 New Malley Building The best help, also the best place to s"so TUtmat' city of country. HSurS s.ao a. m. to to 6 p. m. 140lS lLa?,0h StrTeet- Telephone itvi-li connections. Largest aiim male and female help supnlled pantile and domestic " service foS wLannan klnds ot Sent an,S were. Open evenings. ' S st elgilt rooms, first floor, 780 George street, $22. Inquire 1449 Chapel street. m21 li MD , ANNOUNCEMENT. IntB " M rlKAL' f "raerly with tho la..h Tfe'ePhen Whitney, Is now $5, -he m 01 'y Nursery Co. m7. for 1I,S PrlyatDahlia collection is for sale at the Nursery. ml9 7t LOST CERTIFICATE No. C 63781 for ten Stat?," & Bt00k ot Unite f,sW corporation in name o( iUVtT-please nof , , FOR RENT. ONE e ght room lower floor at 89 East mtn'tl "'Sf? ,AU modern improve-' ?V?.ntlh Telephone 2023 J., or apply 120 Atwater sereet. mllsV FOR RENT. -.. ? i9flB.a11 improvements. Inquire at 43 Bishop St. , U)r77t NOTICE. U.S. ENGINEER OFFICE, New Lon don, Conn., March 16, 1906. Ttte.;h. lie hearing in the matter of pronosori alterations In the Grand Awn bridge over West branch of Mill Riv er New Haven, Conn., advertised to be held on March 3, 1906, and post poned Feb 27, 180B. until 'further no. VoCe,iS1i1 b? at 2 P- m- March 29, 1906, at Chamber of Commerce Hall, New Haven. Conn. G. R. LUKESH, 1st. Lt. Enirrs. ml7 19, 20, 21, 22, 29. -"Bra, R. B. HALLORT AUCTIONEER and Appraiser, Hit Chapel St Telephone 2360.. House hold sales a specialty. Salesroom 141 Orange St. M-U Patent Stove Brick are Cheapeat. MASSAGE. Miss Leeke The Expert in Magnetic sna Electrical Massage has parlor at 03 Olive Street Satisfactory treatment In all branches of massage. Rheu matism cured. Facial wrinkles anJ pimples quickly removed at moderate price. Massage taught Home da and evening. FOR SALE 1.000 met patent fftovs Brick Every aet warranted one Tea i Orders received 783 STATE STREET, MONEY TO LOAN Loans quickly obtained on good Real -Estate Security. Interest at 4 or 5 per cent, according to security offered. Call el - Room aio Exchange Bldg., 865 Chapel Si. . ' Frederick M. Ware Patent Stove Brick nr Cheaseat. GEORGE W. ADAMS, Attorney-nt-Law, and Notary Pabll 792 I Impel Street., Room 2. All Legal or Business Matters given Prompt Attention. Accounts and Claims Collected op settled, on reasonable terms and De positions taken, in any part of the TJ. 8. Hours from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. also from 6 to S p. m. Monday and Saturday evenings. Telephone 1402-4. New Haven Ice Co. Dealers In LAKE WHITNEY 191 Orange St., Telephone So. STS ICE.