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2SEW HAVEN MORNING JOIMAL JsD a)mUEH. )M01AY, TAPRIL 9, 1906.
lfe$GS?Iopi?(p- 4 SPRING AND SUMMER 1 S I L Id S : ft 1 a The Choicest Selection we have Ever Ma4e. Wherever else we may have taken the lead or lagged be- hind, there is no question as to the superiority of , J Our Silk Department. Here we have the choicest and most carefully selected stock between New York and Boston. Ample capital and a M large outlet are not the sole requirements for the .building of . such a business. The chief essential is selection and in this fk point lies the secret of our success. This season's showing M surpasses anything that we have heretofore attempted. ' It is truly representative of the latest and choicest productions of American arid foreign looms. :, Fancy Taffeta Silks, for shirt waist suits, etc., $1.00 a yard Shower-Proof Foulards, Cheney Brothers famous make, 79c and $1.00 a yard Chiffon Bond Silk Suitings, 22 inches wide, bond guaranteeing wear with every purchase, $125 a yard Your Easter Gloves are Here f Our GLOVE STOCK, while not as complete as it has been, has all the desirable lengths in black and white long Kid and Silk Gloves, and a few colors in short and long Silks. We have the most complete stock of Gloves and most perfect fitting in the city. !e follow (5- PALM SUNDAY OBSERVED At THE CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH rBSTERDAY. A Tint Discourse by the New Pastor, - Iter. Theodore A. Fischer Subject 1 He That Overcoraeth. Another large congregation gathered fit tne Church of the Messiah yester day morning.' The services were ap propriate to Palm Sunday, and were Interesting and edifying. The .Rev. Theodore A. Fischer, the newly chosen pastor, occupied the pulpit, and preach ed an admirable discourse, basing his remarks on the second chapter of Rev elations, and part of the twenty-fifth verse: "And he .that overcometh." The speaker in substance said: The book of Revelations contains a series of mes sages from the risen Christ to the churches of Asia. And In many places in that book great stress and great promises are connected with the words "He that overcometh.'' God hath giv en rto him that overcometh great pow er. , He shall inherit all things. He shall have the fuller and more com plete life. Life itself was never Intend ed to be eaay. It was meant to be hard. It is disciplinary; and trials, cares end duties ere not to crush us, but for us to overcome and thus make spiritual progress. Those . who .have Interpreted life aright have not given up In despair, but have risen superior to conditions, and Iby, force of will and bravery of heart achieved success and distinction. .' The world is full of notable examples. Demosthenes, the world's greatest ora tor, was weak physically, with a weak, Unpleasant voice, and an inability to articulate many words- But with a sublime faith he set to work, and by hard work overcame his natural de- fects, and became one of the world's greatest prodigies. Zaccheus triumph d over hindrances. He had a reputa tion that , pulled him down. He was a publican, and was detest- OLD AGE. Not n Time of I-Ife, r I.eneth of Years, . . bat a Condition oi uomiy Tissue, said a celebrated London physician, and Just so long a the bodily tissues can be kept from wasting and built np, Just so long can old age be kept at bay, end peopfe will be alert, alive, active and young. Our well known druggist, Wm. H. Hull, sayg: "Our cod liver oil prepara tion, Vlnol, is the greatest tissue build er and lnvlgorator we know of. There Is nothing else known to medicine that can equal tt, because vinol contains in a concentrated form all of the body- building, life-giving principles of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods' livers, and is not a stimulant which produces bad after effects. We have letter upon letter from grateful old people wihom Vinol has strengthen ed and ' blessed with robust health. Vinol invigorates the stomach first of all, enabling it to separate from the food the elements needed for rich, red iblood, healthy body material and sound steady nerves. In this way it repairs worn tissues, checks the natural de cline and replaces weakness with Strength-. Mr. A. J. Barker of Evansville, In diana, says there is no other medicine In the world equal to Vinol for old peo ple. He would not take a thousand dollars for the good it has done him. We wish every man or woman in New Haven who "feels old," whether they are so in years or not, would try Vlnol on our guarantee to return their money If they are not satisfied after using it. Hull's Corner Drug Store- Princess and Rajah Silks for shirt waist suits and dresses, in all the fashionable colors, $1-00 and $1.25 a yard Chjffon Taffeta Silks, a popular and desirable silk for dresses, 60c to $150 a yard 4 ed by many on that account. Bat his just life and honest dealings told in the course of time, and his worth of character placed him above his detractors, and won for him a last ing name and fame. A poor young girl, totally blind, de termined that she would accomplish something worthy, despite her afflic tion. She resolutely went to work, and by dint of hard study and persistent efforts her labors were rewarded, and to-day she is known and respected by thousands.,- We -ail have read of Pope's frail physical condition, and of the many devices which were used to make him less uncomfortable. Notwlthstand steadily on in the aoouisiUon of knowledge, and Ills splendid writings are a monument to his heroic efforts. All have hindrances- every life Is more or less handicapped. But the appeal is made to all: "Overcome! Overcome!" The thought goes out this morning to the world's greatest victor. And we think of Him this Palm Sunday. He made His triumphal entrance Into Jeru salem, while the admiring throngs strewed palms before him. He knew that many of those who shouted hosanna would ere long cry out, "Crucify him," but with undimmed faith and sublime courage he kept on His way. He also triumphed, and the night before Hie crucifixion he exclaimed, "I have over come the world." He has left us a glorious pattern, and the cry to victory appeals to each one of us. Let us, in His faith, march on in life's duties and conflicts with the assurance that He Is with us even to the end. There will we grow and 1 develop, and at laet at the journey's end shall we be with Him and be like Him and be satisfied ever more. A TRIBUTE To the Late Mrs. Boardman. The following tribute to the late Mrs. Boardman has just been adopted: Whereas. In the death of Mrs. Lucy H. Boardman one of the greatest phi lanthropists has been taken from our commonwealth, and ' Whereas, By her active, practical and personal friendship for the Home for the Friendless manifested by a gift of a building as a memorial for her sis ter, thus by this material gift causing to exist a medium of great phllan throplcal work, - Whereas, in the death of Mrs. Lucy H. Boardman the Home for the Friend less fcas sustained a personal loss. Resolved, That we hereby express our deep appreciation of her Christian character, and her humanitarian ser vice to the Home for the Friendless and a personal sense of bereavement in her removal from our midst- Grace Brown Salisbury, Secretary. . Sarah L. Graves, president; Susan Mitchell Hoppln, Jane M. Bishop, Mrs. S. Dwight Bowers, Mrs. F. H. Brown, Mrs. S. F. Foote, Mrs. Henry James Kellogg, S- Margaret North, Mrs. John H. Piatt, L. F. Cowles. New Haven, April 4, 1908. If the baby ! cutting- teeth be sure and use thst old and well tried rem edy, Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic snd is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bot tle. LEHIGH VALLEY JOUHS. Gettysburg, Washington, Harper's Ferry, Philadelphia. From New York April 18th. All expenses for tour, six days, $22-00. Delightful season in which to visit the world's greatest bat tlefield and the National Capitol. Itinerary and lull Information by ad dressing A. J. Simmons, G. E. P. A., 355 Broadway, New Tork. PREACHES TO STUDENTS. REV. A. J. UAYXhS At BA1TELL CHAPEL. Sayr Old Men Should Act More Leisure ly "While Young Men Should be More Strenuous There in a Religion That Is Suited for Both Old and Young Church Must tilve Young Men Some thing: to Fight For .salvation of Our Country the Young Man's Keynote. Tale students listened to a stirring sermon yesterday morning in Battell chapel, when Rev. Artemas J. Haynes, pastor of th.6 United church, preached on 'Problems of To-day as Related to the Christian Church, and the Interest of Young Men Therein." Dr. Haynes said in part: "It would be well to have old men take life somewhat more leisurely in order to give more young men a chance; and for young men to take life more strenuously and more seriously. There is something very pathetic bolh In an old-man clinging persistently and desperately to work and a young man wasting his time. '1 "There is religion for the old and religion for the young, for the strong and for the weak. To mix these re ligions is a mistake. It is a mistake to preach an old man's religion to ycung men. It is worse to preach an old woman's leligion to young men. The gospel makes Ita appeal to young men giving them a call to a wide field as a test of their powers. Christ knew that of what purpose He was speaking when He said that He called His fol lowers to 'put on His yoke.' "la our day there are ideals to be lifted up and idols to pull down. The twentieth century religion must find something to set earnest young men on fire with zeal. The church must give the young men a great cause to fight for, a yoke to wear instead of a mere ly comfortable religion to live, in and under. The church, if she would save herself, must boldly commit herself to a new crusade. If she does that she will find that there is no dearth cf young men within her membership. Fortunately we find the cause ready at ;hand in the salvation of our country. This calls for civic warfare. It calls for a high standard and type of patriotism. It is to be a thing of schools and hos pitals. It wll concern itself with ma terial welfare of our cities and commu nities, with well built houses, wlto clean streets, with law ai.d order, with a demand that the poor have more and that the rich have less. The day of the hero on horseback is past and the day of the hero wltib civic right eousness '.3 at hand. "Democracy has never in all' history demonstrated by trial Its right to be called the ideal form of self government. We are conducting an experiment in domocrary here, luemocracy creates' problems, but it has not solved them. 1 It is even possible that our American experiment may utterly fail unless ! Christianity and high patriotism takes a strong saving hold. One way in which we can all help In the salvation of our j country Is to help in the salvation of j the city in which we live, or of the 1 1 ward in which we vote, or of the ( street in which our home Is. Christ never saved a man for the sake of get- ' ting him Into iieaven. But He saved men to have them do something. The only kind of Christianity that God has; use for is applied Christianity." . j LATEST FAIR HAVEN NEWS! (Continued from Second Page.) his discourse, he took occasion -to give some practical Illustrations of tae truth of these four words- He spoke of the small meed of honor which was be stowed upon Jesus Christ during his life on earth and that the honor accord ed him on that Palm Sunday bo rrtany years ago, was not lasting, but In a few days He was crucified. He then made reference to the recent death of Mrs. Lucy H. Boardman, the great local philanthropist of this city, who in her will bequeathed 110,000 to the Home for the Friendless, and wnose sister gave the Mary Wade home, an Important ad dition to this well Jinown Institution in Clinton avenue. During a practical Il lustration in his sermon Dr. Sneath said: "Mrs. Boardman died, and the people who ought to have honored her most are fighting over her will." Ttj pulpit platform was banked with large palms, very appropriate for the day. After the morning Bmice there was a special meeting of the standing com mittee, and it was voted to receive eight candidates into the church. ' At the service on the morning of Easter Sunday it is expected that over twenty will be received into the church, and in tine evening Dr. Sneath will give an illustrated lecture on "The Life of Christ." At the Grand avenue Baptist church yesterday morning the pastor, Rev. Charles G- Smith, stated tha tthe col lections fro mthe mite boxes during March had amounted to $36.12, these monthly collections having .been set apart to meet the interest on the mort gage indebtedness. This sum Is In ex cess of the interest, and Mr. Smith thanked the members of the church and congregation for their response. This mite box collecetion is to be taken every month., It was the thought of Mrs. C- G.- Ames, who has associated with her on the committee Mrs. David Hanselpacker and Mrs. Henry Keech. THE WOMAN'S CIVIC CLUB NEW HAVEN. OF The following circular letter has been issued by a sanitary committee for the First ward, in the Women's Civic club of New Haven. It was Intended for personal circulation, but that meth od was found both too slow and too laborious. With the consent of the central committee, it is now offered to the public through the press, where It may reach those for whom it was writ, ten: The sanitary committee of the First ward wishes to call your attention to the following facts: The preservation of health demands that everyone should observe certain laws and precautions, -both at home and on the streets. The care for our own safety extends beyond the immediate home limits to the sources of supply. We cannot protect ourselves by seeing that our drainage and sanitary condi- j tions are in order, and our refrigerators clean and wholesome, if the meats and vegetables, milk and fruit and particu larly the sea foods come to us from shops and markets where these precau tions are not strictly carried out, and from whence our purchase are delivered to us in open wagons wito coverless baskets or boxes, navl'ng been exposed to all the dust and dirt of our dusty and dirty streets. And if these risks are run by those who deal1 at the so called best places, what must be the consequences to those whom the econ omies of life compel to patronize the more distant and cheaper markets? We have sanitary Inspectors, even a special milk and fruit and market inspector; their work as far as it can be under present restrictions is tabulated in the reports of the board of iiealth, but their duties seem confined to the inves tigation of complaints and Individual requests. We have also medical in spection of the schools, hampered in the same manner, and for a part of the year, why not a larger inspection of the markets, which are a daily men ace? The approach of the season when it will be necessary to use these pre cautions, makes this committee feel it most desirable to ask the co-operation of every resident, every landlord, and every business man, in the endeav or to accomplish a fuller observance of those health ordinances already en acted, and to further a more complete system of market inspection, street cleaning, and garbage disposal. The committee will be glad to hear from IS5SS KnTiil?7-Tfy-'ftVSlllr!BM for 30 Songs was the price paid by the ictor Go. Caruso to for capturing his marvel ous voice on as many Red Sea! records, Drop in and listen to them anytime. The Victor is a wonder. We set I it on easy terms and allow liberal terms in exchange for other ma- I 117 Chane! St. mm I HOUSE FURNISHINGS. 1 Stronger reasons than ever for early buying this Spring. While we have to pay more for goods, so X far, with trifling excep- tions, we have not ad- t vanced the price, but it J looks as if we must do so, so vvft 5av huv ctrT j .v. We have enlarged our Carpet Room and have a fine stock of Carpets, t Rugs, Oilcloths, Mat- tings, etc. Our assortment of Fur- niture was never so large and complete. f We sell the House- hold and Oakland Ranges, built to hake.also f I Dinner and loilet Sets, Refrigerators, folding 4. Go-Carts, Edison Phono- graphs with complete record list. Our terms are liberal. f small weekly payments ? accepted. BROWN TOURHAM, Complete Home Furnishers. 4 Orange and Center Sts. $35,000 Talking Machine STEINERT at O s. . instead German Preserves ' 'mporled (M'iesbaden) goads in I '4 lb. glass jars. 1 An importer's clean-up for the season about 200 jars, assorted f follows: Apricots raspbbrrhs 1'iacmes Strawberries Chinese Ginger MEiANaadsst'd fruits Your choice 28 cts. gFirst comers get the best assortment. Also, an end of the season offering of 10 dozen White Currant Bar-lc-duc at 22 cts. (formerly 28 cents) 3Bis-raxi St- THEO. KEILER Fnnernl Director and Kmbilmtt 4iS State Street, ear. Elm. BRANCH OFFICE) 4.13 Campbell Avenue. Wert Haven. CHAMPION & CO., F LOR IS TS, 1026 Chapel Street, Entrance Hyperion Theatre. DEATHS. KNEVALS In Mlddletown, Conn., April 7, 1906, George L., son of the late IJosse Knevals, ngod 77 years. Funeral will take place from the Grove j street cemetery chapel Monday af ter jnoon, April 9, at 2:30 o'clock. Rela tives and friends are Invited. It sRIUDLKY In this city, April 8, Steph en D. Bradley, aured 69 vears. j Fiinoral services will be held at his late residence, no. 76 Grand avenue, on Wednesday, April 11, at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend without further notice. a9 3t SCHWAGERMAN In this city, April 8, William H. Sehwagcrman, aged 61 years and 10 davs. Funeral services nt his home, S50 Grand .avenue, Tuesday afternoon at 2:80 o'clock. Relatives and friends In vited, it MIKIATCRE ALMANAC APRIL 9. S Rises 5:22 Moon Rises H'h Water a wets :z-i y:u io;54 a. m. Courier Record. MARINE. Tort oi ftm tin Tea. ARRIVED Erh Harriet C. Kerlin, Cranmer, Nor folk. Hch Lydla H. Roper, Hansen, Norfolk Sch Charlotte E., Collins, Greenport. Pen Ella Powell, Smith, New Tork tor . CLEARED. Fch Ruth, Welton, Greenport, L. I. Feh Adelaide, Ferris, Greenport. T. T. Sch Enterprisei Martin, New London. FOR SALE. HOUSE and lot. Good 10 per cent, in vestment. II. J. Stevens, 916 Chapel ot. as tr HOUSE FOR SALE. $6,150 will buy (IT taken within a few days) a modern one-family house of ten rooms, on Ellsworth avenue. For particulars address F. C, Journal and uourier omce. - an 4t it n mmniiv. a ittiavte-d CP.I.f.fi at- fill Lloyd) Tuesday, 10 a. m., parlor nlnnB Inl.M .1.-1 v.-'li,, uiiinift lamp, uimira, bureaus, Iron bedsteads, tables, mir rors, pictures, carpets, featherbed, bedding, stovo, refrigerator, crockery, eto. a9 2t you in these Interests, and to make any special effort you advise. Chairman, Miss R, B. Beach, 78 Wall street; Dr. Adelaide Lambert, 263 Or ange street; Mrs. Henry B. Sargent, 247 Cbureh Btreet; Mrs. Henry L. Welch, 44 College street; Mrs- Richard W. Woodward, 10 College street. Additional copies of this appeal may be had of the committee. PECULIAR JUSTICE) AND THE SENATE, Probaibly Senator Lodge never had just the experience of Tuesday, when he had to announce that he would move to discharge his own committee from the consideration of the Philip pine tariff bill and take the sense of the senate on the measure. The bll is sup posed to be backed by all the influence of the administration. It Is a bill of peculiar justice, as every one officially acquainted with the situation agrees. The only criticism to be made on it is that it does not go far enough. It la held in the senate committee In obedi ence to the dictates of two protected in terestsbeet sugar and domestic tobac co. We wish we could believe that Mr. Lodge's appeal to the senate would Ibe listened to. We fear it will fall on oars deafened by timidity and selfish ness New Tork Times. Ex-Sanator James P. Bree has been very ill at his home on Blatchley ave nue for a couple of weeks, but is now Improving, and is able to sit up part of I the time. S&1 TWO HOUSES in the WHITNEY AVENUE Section. Large fifteen-room modern house of most substantial con struction and superior appoint ments. The lot Is a fine one and the neighborhood roost desirable. Smaller hquse of ten good sized rooms. Recently built, with cabinet trim and everything thing to correspond. Owner has left city; call for keys. F0R RENT. ' STATE Street store, N. U Garfield, 118 Olive street ni81 7t VOH SALE. NEW residence off Whitney avenue, 10 . room house, modern in every particu lar, 60x297. Address Jas. C. Kerrigan, Conn. Savings Bank Bldg, room 1, 81 Church street ' , a2 6t ORANGE STREET. Fine modern, nearly new two-family house. 17 rooms, ash trim, all Improve ments. Extra well built. Large cor ner lot. Good home with an income. N. S. BLATCHLEY. 69 Chui-ch Street The LOAN HOUSE AND LOT 80 X 175 110 WHITNEY AVE. West Haven Building Lots Prices range from $2.00 to $3.00 a front foot Size of lot to suit Pur chaser. ' II. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St A FEW CHOICE RENTS. Orange St., 1st floor flat, 8 rooms, $28 Pearl St., 1st floor flat, 6 rooms, $21 Winthrop Av. 1st floor flat, 6 rooms, $22 Sherman Av., 1st floor flat, 6 rooms, $25 Eld St., near Orange, whole house, $30 W. D. Judson, Room 402. 902 Chanel St. Wood bridge Farm for Sale Large tiro story frame honiie, run ning water, aood lnrn, lotn of fruit, best location in town. Price very low. GEO. A. ISBEM., via Mailer Building. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A farm 9 miles from New Haven, 830 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. Money to loan In aunta to suit. l: g: hoadlEpY. ' WASHINGTON BUILDING Room SIB, No. 80 Church Street. Offloe open evenings. FOR SALE. ONE FAMILY HOUSE. TEN ROOMS MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. NICE YARD AND FRUIT TREES, MAPLE STREET. NEAR SHERMAN AVE. J. C PUNDERF0RD III Church Street. Gardner Morse 4 Son. Real Estate and Fire Insurance. 161 tHAJPJfiG BXliEEE REAL ESTATE. Building lots a specialty. Buy of the owner. EDWARD M. CLARK $9 CHURCH STREET. Washington Building. WHY NOT Call on me tf you wish an to-date up. OFFICE with all uuujremiiuuea. The best light and air. io vocal or in strumental musiu to disturb your thoughts. BENJ. R. ENGLISH, 839 Chapd street. tar each lnaerttoa, cent a word tor a foil week. , tlmaa. ?T or gentleman of fair education siar ti L -ou.uuu capital; salary J1.0i2 per year, payable week ly, expenses advanced. Address Geo, G. Clows, New Haven, Conn. a9 lt WAX'TED 1 SITUATION as farmer and gardener Practical experienced stock fnd poul! A?J b" Pnf 4UU charge' Addreb3 - - Postofflce. a9 jt ' WANTED DnSn??If;KE,R for alteration depart HalldCo11.081"011 and e0ad9V- EdRr,CED.WOman'to d kins Annlv cashing; also a, waltresS noon J i 1 ""feet street in after nuon or evening. . . ' a7 3t ABLE-BODIED, unmarried men. b- united btates, of aood chamntar temperate habits, who can "otSk read and write English IpW Re cruiting Officer, 890 ChaptfP street ford- ftffV," M.aln Eet.ttSS. 5 oo h , 3 Mala street, Bridgeport: 189 Bank street, Waterbury. CoSi - Jl-Jne 30 AJi,,?(l h,?lp 8lould call here. We lilbL numbers. Sleeman's Re- el r,npIoyra,ont Agency. 763 Chap !. Open evenlnga. tnU-tt St. Ad ?eara- Unrest, best in the h tU klnds.0' work. Sent any wnere. Open evenlnga. TeL 2323 . icmr-v . , Tfu 1 Employment A?K 2J Chuoh stfeet Telephone 1401-12 connections. Largest Ajrenc male and female help iuvvlM I t mercantile and domeetlo Bervica fo any and all kinds of work. Gent any- vcu evenings. - H. IS, KAL.LORT I AOCTIONEKR and Appraiser, 1121 Chapel SL Telephone 2360;. House hold sales a specialty. Salesroom 143 Orcnge Bt a4-tl MAHOGANY grandfather's clock, Hall seat, carved sofa, side-board, chairs, carved bureau, Highboy, old china. Address Antique, New Haven Post , Office. m30 7t Potent Smva Brick are Cheascat. , r MASSAGE. Miss Leeke The ifixpert in Magnetio ami Electrical Massage has parlor at St Olive Street. Satisfactory treatment In all branches of massage. Rheu matism cured. Facial wrinkles and plmpies quickly removed at moderate price. Massage taught. Home day and evening. FOR SALE 1,000 met patent Stove Brick Every set warranted one yea Order received 763 STATE STREET. FOR SALE. House on Elm Street, near Dwight street. FOR RENT. V i House, 7 rooms, on Grove street. FOR SALE, 16 building lots in Westvllle, cheap1 ; if sold soon. CHAS. A, BALDWIN, Boom 9. 87 Chnrch St : MONEY TO LOAM Loans quickly obtained on I aoicKlv obtained on trood Rea- Estate Security. Interest at 4 or 5 pcf cent, according to security offered. Call Room 210 Exchange Bldg., 865 Chapel St Frederick M. Ward. ratent Stove Brick are Cheapest. GEORGE W. ADAMS, Attorney-at-Law, and Notary Pablls 70S Chapel Street, Room 2. All Legal or Business Matters given Prompt Attention. Accounts and Claims Collected or settled, on reasonable terms and De positions taken, in any part of the U. S. Hours from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. alsq from 6 to 9 p. m. Monday and Saturday evenings. Telephone 1402-4. lew Haven Ice Go Dealers in LAKE WHITNEY ICE. 191 Orange St., Telephone No. 378. gcgiil IXxrttccs. District of New Haven, ss.. Probata Court, April 6th, 1906. ESTATE of CATHERINE A. ROCH FORT, late of New Haven, in said district, deceased. The court of Probate for the district of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six months from the date here of for the creditors of said deceased to bring in their claims against said e tate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will bo dobnrred. . All persons Indebted to said estat are requested to make immediate pay ment to WILLIAM H. ROCHFORT, a7 3t Administrator. District of New Haven, eb., Probata Court, April 6th, 1900. - ESTATE of LUCY H. BOARDMAN, lata of New Haven, in said district, deceas ed. The Court of Probate for the district of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six months from the dato hereof for the creditors of said deceas ed to bring in their claims against said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will b debarred. All persons Indebted to said estato are requested to make immediate pay ment to WILLIAM T. FIKLDS. BURTON MANSFIELD, a7 2 Executor ,