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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY : MAY 291906,
fefflsfopufo- SOMETHING FOR THE HOLIDAY. In planning your holiday attire you may contemplate buying a new suit, waist, skirt, coat, gloves, neckwear, a Eiece of neck ruch, hose or ribbon; if so, you can come ere confident of finding the very best qualities, newest styles and lowest prices. Special Sale of Swiss Embroideries, Edges and Insertions, 15c a Yard. Commencing promptly at 8 o'clock Tuesday morn ing, we shall sell Swiss Embroidery, Edges and Inser tions, values 19c to 35c a yard for 15c. There are widths from 2 1-2 inches to 12 inches wide and designs suitable for almost every purpose for which embroideries are used. See window display. nsi E. L. WASHBURN & CO., ...Opticians... 84 Church and 61-63 Center Streets. FIELD GLASSES BOAT AND POCKET COMPASSES AUTO. GOGGLES COLORED GLASSES, ETC. Oculists' Prescriptions a Specialty SSflS Music for the Summer Home. There is nothing that adds so much to the, en joyment of the vacation as a good piano. Every Summer Home, at the Shore or the Country should have one. We are offering ele gant new pianos at remarkably low prices. Every instrument fully warranted and of standard make. Call and make your selection now. Prices: $200, $225, $250, $275, $282.50. Easy terms. ' Slightly used Pianos, $100, $125, $150, $175. Square Pianos, $10, $75. Piano Players $90, $100, $125, $150. Player Pianos slightly used $275, $300. S 3 7 CHAPEL ST. THERE IS NOTHING LIKE McCUSKER 4 SCHROEDER'S Best COAL,' $6.20 per Ton. 26 Church St. The ffieinertone is Be True to Your Best Interests When Buying n Piano and GET A STEINERTONE. Only Piano Sold nt Manufacturer's Prices. Salesrooms at Factory, - 106 Park Street. TO OPEN BRANFORD POINT HOUSE- Landlord Crofutt is .having the last of the furniture moved out of the Bas sett house, Derby, preparatory to leav ing Derby for Branford, where he will Mpen the Branford Point house on "Wed nesday. The auction which was on for several days last week was very successful. - !33 55 Railroad Ave. a True Pianoforte. MISS F. L. APTHOKP. Was a Sister of Mrs. Horace Bushnell Miss F. L. Apthorp of this city, one of the old residents, who died on Satur day, was a sister of the "late Mrs. Hor ace Bushnell of Hartford, and an aunt of Mrs. Frank Wr. Cheney of South Manchester, and of Mrs. A. R. Hillyer of Hartford. AOTES OF A BIRD-LOVER. (Continued from Fourth Page.) How much joy and interest in life come3 through the study of birds hun dreds in and about New Havaen can tsstify. Whether you are sitting on the porch at home, or taking a stroll in the parks or riding through the country, you are constantly on the alert to catch a flash of color or a snatch of song of some old friend or perhaps a new friend and your interest is intensified many fold. I know some two score at least, young and old, .who are fairly besides themselves with Joy if they learn a new bird or discover a nest. It i.i a question whether the birds are not beco'.ning 'more tame and plentiful. If men would not shoot them or boys destroy their nests or take their eggs, and if the stray cats about our city wore exterminated, our song birds would undoubtedly show a decided in crease In number and familiarity, for a bird will become as tame as our treat ment will allow it to be. In England birds are vigorously pro tectel by law and public sentiment. Consider how useful the birds are. How long would our city shade trees endure against the army of insect-enemies, grubs, borers, bugs, and fiie3 that would multiply and destroy lawns, orchards, forest and shade trees if the birds did not keep them in check? From morning till night the vireos, nut-hatches, woodpeckers, warblers1, chickadees and fly-catchers are con stantly scrutinizing every leaf and twig, every part of the tree-'trunk for eggs, grubs, worms or flies, that, if left unchecked, would multiply rapidly and J stroy, or at least hopelessly Injun', our trees and s'hrubs. Frank Chapman, an authority on the subject, says: "In deed, it is not too much to say that without birds the earth would not long be habitaible." Why should we not do more to protect 'those creatures that do so much for us? How muoh does New Havon spend a year In preserving her shade trees? Yet the birds do ten times or one hundred times more to preserve them. What uoes the city do to protect the birds? Let the Park emmissioners .see that the park laws and state laws are ported in conspicu ous places in our parks and suburbs, stating the penalty for destroying nests or shooting the fong birds. Not out of sentiment but out of economy and wis dom et us be as zealous to protect our song birds ns we -re to protect our trees and flowers of the parks. It Is encouraging to see so many pu pils in the schools Interested in bird study. Get a boy Interested in watch ing the birds, or let Uim see the value the 'bird has in the preservation of our shade trees and he will at once become the birds' best friend, putting food and water handy for them, erecting houses for them to rest in, or saying "hands off" to any who. would In any way nnolest them. There Is a boys' club right here in this city with twenty seven members, whose duty it is to protect all birds that nest In that part of the city. Let us extend protection and a friendly hand to those little creatures that not only give us so much pleasure by their song and bright color, but which even in their search for daily food perform for us such an incalcul able service. F. S. K. 'J UK BUSHNfLI. MOiWMEM'. Programme for the Dedication Exer cise To-morrow, . . J. . j. j iic pnigramme iur me exercises at j 10:30 o'clock at the unveiling of the C. I S. Bushnell memorial at Monitor park, I West Chapel street, will bo as follows: I Prayer by Rev. Watson L. Phillips, D. D. Singing of patriotic hymn by assem ! blage under direction of Professor Ben ' jamin Jepson. Presentation of the memorial to the city by Colonel N. G. Osborn. Acceptance by Mayor J. P. Studley, Historical address by William S. Wells, late U. S. N. Singing by High School quartette. . Benediction. On account of other engagements Governor Roberts will not be able to be present at th: dedication of the me morial. The governor has sent the fol lowing letter to the committee: Gentlemen: I have the honor to ac knowledge the receipt of your Invita tion to attend the exercises attendant upon the unveiling of the Cornelius S. Bushnell memorial nt Monitor park, New Haven, on May 30 next. Permit me to express my appreciation of the honor you tender me in this In vitation and to regrcttfully advise you that, owing to a previous engagement for the day it will be impossible for- me to tie present and to participate in the tribute of honor to the past services of this most distinguished citizen o the commonwealth. Very truly yours, HENRY ROBERTS. Rear Admiral Coghlan has also sent the committee a letter expressing his regrets at not being able to come. I STl:ltIAV'S BALL GAHt.S. Three Contest In Notional League State League tinmen Postponed. Chicago, May 28. Chicago 'to-day made it three straight from Boston. Two doubles in the first earned one run, Schulte's home run to the clubhouse In the eighth another. Bostnn's two runs and Chicago's other two scores resulted from errors, bases on balls and wild pitches. The score by innings: R.H.E. Chicago 1 0100002 4 9 2 Boston 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 $ 2 Batteries Brown and Moran; Linda man and Needham. , ST. LOUIS 5, NEW YORK i. St. Louis, May 28. -Consecutive hit ting, coupled with good base running, In the seventh inning won to-day's game for St. Louis, 5 to 4. Thompson was effective except in the sixth Inning, when a triple by Brown and three sin gles netted New York four runs. The score by innings: R.H.E. St. Louis 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 -5 9 1 New York 0 000040004 7 0 Batteries Thompson and Grady; Wiltse and Bresnahan and Bowerman. CINCINNATI 5, PHILADELPHIA 3. Cincinnati, May 28. McCloskey to day was driven off the rubber by Cin cinnati in the third inning. Richie, who succeeded him, was hit safely but twice. The score by innings: R.H.E. Cincinnati 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 8 1 Philadelphia ....0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 03 9 3 Batteries Fraser and Schlei; Mc Closkey, Richie and Dooin. NO STATE LEAGUE GAMES. All the State league games yesterday were postponed on account of rain. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EXTENDS COIIIHAL GREETING TO KNSG11IS OF COLUMBUS. In Regard to Natlona lConvention Here Next Week Prof. tVoolsey Chosen to Represent Chamber at Lake Mohonk Conference Other Doings. The New Haven Chamber of Com merce held its last meeting of the sea son at its hall last evening. Attorney Samuel S. Morehouse was elected to membership. Professor Theodore S. Woolsey was elected a delegate to the international arbitration confer ence to be held at Lake Mohonk, N. Y., this week. It is understood that quite a delegation of New Haven gentlemen will attend this conference, and they requested that Brofessor Wollsey be ac credited as the representative of the Chamber. The following resolutions were unani mously adopted: Wberas, The National council of the Knigh.is of Columbus is to assemble In this city during the first week in June, on which occasion a magnificent build ing now nearing completion, in which the headquarters of the society are to be located, will fee dedicated; and Whereas, Hundreds of delegates of this great benevolent association are coming to this meeilng from all parts of the country, thereby enabling thein to partake of our city's hospitality; therefore be it " Resolved, That it is the most pleasant duty of the members of this Chamber to aid in giving these distinguished visitors the heartiest welcome, and to extend to .them every courtesy In order that their stay In our city imay be both enjoyable and profitable. GROWTH OF TROLLEYS. Gains Shown by Balance Sheet of the . Consolidated. The Consolidated Railway company has just Issued its financial statement and general ibalance sheet as of March 1. The total construction and equipment Is given at $23,4SS,336, against $16,247, 68S last year. The liability account shows capital stock at $10,000,000, same as last year, but bonds In funded debt account aM $8,245,000 against $3,055,000 last year. The profit and loss surplus Is $391,389 against $311,572 last year. The West Shore road equipment Is put In at $8,100. This small road runs from Savin Rock to Woodmont, and some time ago offers were made by the Con solidated people for the stock and lorne of it was secured. ,i't The total assets of the company are $34,218,366 against ,$232aS9 last year. CASTOR I A For Infant3 and Children. The Kind You HamASwajs Bought Bears the Signature of (-laf - Every person sending coupon with 10 cents In postage stamps we w us this' silver or 111 mall 'irge one Brown's stomach address. Offer. without any further clii large liO-eetit box of Dr. Fruit Tablets, the great and nerve tonic, to any Try this Special Coupon Albany, N. Y. DR. BROWN'S FRUIT TABLETS These Tablets aro prepared from a private formula of Dr. ISrown, a phy sician of world reputation. They are so skillfully combined that they act gently and promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels; pleasant to take and will not gripe. Guaranteed to cure Ner vousness, Constipation, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Catarrh and Backache. Try a box and be convinced. Price 50 cents IVORY CHEMICAL CO., Albany, N. Y. FOR SALE. CARRIAGE, Brewster Victoria, prac tically new. Address Box 637 P O City. m29 7t LAWN SWINGS. The Fairfield is the best swing for the money ever made. Only clear stock used no knots or weak places We have the New Haven agency. Two grades, Fairfield, $5,40, Fa vorite, $4.50. The Paris is a little nicer looking swing, and costs a little more, $6.75. Some Bird's Eye Maple Pisces One three-piece suite with handsomely carved wood bed for $20, reduced from $65. One three-piece suite with iron bed for $28, just half price. Combination B. E. wash stands $6, reduced from $10 and $12. While they .last, Iron Bedsteads, complete with Mattress and Spring any size, $6.98. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Bona FurnUliera. Orange and Center Sts. CIGAR BARGAIN. ' ESPINA "Chums" A small clear Havana Cigar (100 in a box) at 53.50, formerly S4-50. We have sold thousands of this Gear at 5 cents retail, $4.50 per box. The manutacturer lately wrote us that he had too many of this size made up, and offered them at a discount big enough to enable us to Retail them at the exact price we had been formerly paying him for the goods. We accepted Hence this offer. Put a box away for your Summer outing trip.' We guarantee them absolutely sound perfect goods, all clear Havana Tobacco. $3,50 per box of 100. -38 1 A'-taX- S- THEO. KEILER Funeral Director and Kmbnlnea 408 State Street, cor. Elm. BliANCH OFFICE! 4SS Campbell Avenue. Wert Haven. CHAMPION & CO., F LOR IS TS, .1026 Chapel Street, Entrance Hyperion Theatre. DEATHS. HURLBT7T. In this city, May 28th, 1906,. Frederick E. Hurlbut, aged 76 years, 3 months, 22 days. Prayers at his late residence, 1448 Boulevard, Tuesday evening1, May 29, at 8 o'clock. Interment at Goshen, Conn. ... . - ni29 It IIAWKES. In New York, May 28th 190S, Susan A. Whitney, widow of Charles M. Ilawkes, in the 80th year Of her aire. Funeral services will be held at the residence of her son. D:-, W. V. Ilawkes, No. 31 High street, on Thursday, May 31, at half-past two o'clock. Friends are Invited to at tend m29 3t WH.DMAN. In this city, May 27, 1906, Emily Augusta Wlldman, in her 71st year. Funeral services will be held at her. late residence, 47 Clark street, on Wednesday afternoon, May 39, at three o'clock. m29 2t M ALONE. In this city, May 27th, 1906, James F. Malone. . Serves at his late residence, 25 Woob ter plnco. Tuesday morning at 10:30. Interment at Ridgefield. Ct. m28 2t SU.KMTtnR At.MANAO MAT 29. S nises 4:22 Moon Sets H'h Water S Sets 7:16 morn 2:38 a, m. DEALERS IN REALTY. IjAXJI.ESS, DAY NORR1S, (M. J. Lnulens, (hnrles II. Dny and Henry E. Norrla), buy and cll rcnl eetate on commission and are located at Suite 504 Mnlley Building. m26 7t FLAG DAY PROCLAMATION. Governor Roberts Recommends a Gen eral Observance of the Day. Governor Roberts yesterday issued following proclamation relating to flag day: State of Connecticut, By His Excellency, HENRY ROBERTS, Governor. A PROCLAMATION. Acting in obedience to the provisions ot chapter 146 of the public acts of 1905, I hereby designate Thursday, the fourteenth day of June, as Flag day. The continental congress on June 14, 1777, selected the emblem which has ever since continued to be the flag of this country, and the law which pro vides that this anniversary day toe set apart as Flag day, directs that isultable exercises shall be held in the public schools having reference to its adop tion. I recommend that this day be observ ed, not alone In the schools but by all the people of this state, and I urge that the flag of our common country be generally displayed on that day from all public buildings, houses and places tof business. Let us toe mindful on flag day of the sacrifice and devotion which have been given to make this country free and united, and let us resolve that in the days of peace our loyalty to Its wel fare may be none the less earnest. Given under my hand and seal of the state at the capltol in Hartford, this twenty-eighth day (Seal) of May, In the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and six, "and the independence of the United States, the one hundred and thirtieth. HENRY ROBERTS. By Hia Excellency's Command, THEODORE BODENfWEIN, Secretary. gtal gstste. NEAR LAWRENCE ST. $47 A first fldor apartment consisting of eipht rooms in a new house. It has steam heat er and all the most modern improve ments. An elegant oparment. I EIGHTH WARD APART. $25 A six-room first floor rent with all mod ern improvements and hot air heat. Con venient to new Box 6hop, State Street rolley, and good markets. RICHARDS PL W. H. $27 A detached one-family house of eigh rooms with all modern improvements, a benutiful home on a quiet street in a "Ool neighborhood. Call and see phot's. QUINNIPIAC AVE. $ie A new one-familv house of six rooms Hard wood trim, furnace and gas. Has i very large yard and is on the trolley line High, healthy location. TO RENT. HOUSE of seven rooms on first floor, all modern improvements and sepa rate entrance, 115 Bishop street. Ap ply to William Ritchie. m28 7t FOR HEAT. SEVEN rooms on second floor on Gil bert avenue, in perfect repair, to Americans and adults only. Enquire at 24 Gilbert avenue. m26 7t FOB KENT. . tN FAftMINGTON, from June 1 to Oc tober 1, Colonial house, 9 rooms, fur nished, center of town; verandas on two sides; exoellent spring water: modern improvements. Inquire Dr. Carrington, Farmington, Conn. tf West Haven Building Lots Prices range from $2.00 to $3.00 a front foot Size of lot to ault Fur chaser. II. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St. FOR SALE. A two-family house on Ste vens street. Rents for $;oo. Price, $3,000. W. D. Judson, Room 402. 902 Chapel St. Malley Building;. FOR RENT Two very desirable new flats, 8 rooms, all improvements. West Chapel St " . J. C PUNDERFORD . Ui Cssasea, K treat. FOR SALE. To close up an estate, a ten-room house, large lot, fruit, etc. Suitable for two families. The location commands a picturesque view of New Haven Har bor, , , Money to loan In Sums to Suit. t: g; hoadley. Washington Building,- Room 214, 39 CHURCH STREET, Office open evenings. 200 LOTS Convenient to the Green. GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR BUILDERS OR INVESTOR 3. Buy of the owner. EDWARD M. CLARK 19 CHURCH STREET. Washington Building. Gardner Morse 4 Son.1; Real Estate and Fire Insurance. i61 UlAPM a lii EEC .tJZLt at Why Not Call on me if you wish an up-to-date OFFICE with all 'conveniences. The best light and air. No vocal or Instru mental muslo to disturb your thoughts, Benj. R. English, 3 Chapel Street. The ar'9mu3r jto tttttiwruni i RESIDENCE 142 D WIGHT ST. Goatl Size Lot FOVXD. A PAIR of gold framed eye-glasses In case on Btflhouse avenue. Owner call at No. 360 Temple street. m241t Omo Mat a mow tow each lnsrrUoa, cent a ward far a loll week, eevea times. SEto1r;nA 'nteliint ladies as house-to-house demonstrators, to introduce fennT,rreal- SteaJy "alary ten dollars per week and expenses t?fZHyBli"iC F00d Comply; Olive street, between 4 and 6 p ir w29 lt SITUATION by a woman to do general avenue. UHU" "ao tla-alk,ck ui&a it' ll' A ATT ni -. ' ford- in?l nW '-B6 Maln strcet. Hart 199 Bnil2 2,MaVv street,, Bridgeport; 1JJ Bank street. Waterbury. Conn. Jl-Jne3tt An,fl0v,h?,P houM all here. We IZl ry. a11 th0 best Pces and alwava liaWe iS, nui"be. Sleenian s Rs el rwnlpl0ym.ent Asency, 763 Chap ei. Open evenings. ml4-tf SLEEMAN'S RELIABLE vrvT n-r for any and all kinds of work gen? anywhere. Open evening! Tel 2322. AaKNC'Y9MBnSC!T,. EMPLOYMENT idni 19 Church street. Telephone 1401-12 connections. Largest Agency male and female help supplied for anvCnannHtiInaJfd,i0,yesti0 se?"ic E l1 klnJ8 of work. Sent any. GEORGE W. ADAMS, Attorney-at-Law, nnd Notary Publle Ofllce 702 Chanel St, Room 3 New Haven. Residence, BUS purk st.( Wet Havcn All Legal or Business Matters itlven Prompt Attention. - Accounts and Claims Collected or settled, on reasonable terms and De positions taken, in any part of tha U S. General Practice in all Courts. Telephone. : 1 R. D. 5IALLORY ArjCTIONKKR and Appraiser. 1121 Chapel St Telephone 2360.. House hold sales a specialty. Balesrooin 14S Orcnge Bt &i-tt Patent Stove Brlek are CheapestTT NOTICE. Tho firm of Ritchie & Johnston car nenters and builders 11s an 117 ri,.i. op street, has been dissolved through the death of Mr. James Johnston, one v,,. ti, ye, uiui a, unu nonce is nereoy given that the business will be con ducted in all its branches as hereto fore fit 115 finil 117 Pkhnn trn.., 1.,- William Ritchie. m28 7r R. B. MAIXOUY, Auctioneer, sells at 39 Chanel street inmr Rnwi t.,o... dav. 10 a. m.. Nipp rtnnia p.,. couch, desk, wardrobe, sideboard, din ing tame, cnatrs, billiard table, bureaus iron bedsteads, chamber suites, folding bed, tables, rockers, carpets, matting, reingeraiur, crocKery, etc. m28 2t COMPRESSED AIR Carpet. Cleaning Works. NO. 100 COURT STREET. Carpets called for and delivered. CametS p.lpnnart onri l.M j, over, in fact everything done in the Carpets Cleaned without removal by most approved -method, All work satisfactorily and promptly done. Telephone call 1832-2 Miss Leeke The ifixpert In Magnetlo ana ejick icai uuiisbttKt) nas parlor at Olive Street Satisfactory treatment In all branches of massage. Rheu matism cured. Facial wrinkles and pimples quickly removed at moderate price. Massage taught. Homo day and evening. FOR SALE 1.000 set patent Stovs Brlr.k Every net warranted one Order, received T03 STATE STREETS. cflitt Unites. District of New Haven, ss. Probat Pnnrt. Mou 00 iunn . ESTATE OF CHARLES J. SHEFFIELD. late oi uny ana state or Wew York, owninsr property in said District, deceased. " , ;r,;jiji(t The Court of Probate fort the' Dis trict of New Haven hath limited and appointed six months from the data hereof for the creditors of said de cpnapd to hrim? in their Maim, aa-oin,-. said estate. Those who neglect to tsx- niou tneir claims wunin said time will be debarred. All nersnnn fnriphtAri in ..M .r.tn. are requested to make immediate Day- rviont to " LAURA B. SHEFFIELD. m26 3t - Administratrix. District of New Haven, gs. Probate Court, May 28th, 1906. ESTATE OF HORACE J. MORTON, late of New Haven, in said District de-' censed. The Executrix having exhibited her administration account with said es tate to this Court for allowance, It is ORDERED, That the 6th day of June, 1906, at ten o'clock in the fore noon, at a Court of Probate to bo held at New Havon, in said District, be and the same is appointed for a hearing on tho allowance of said account, and this Court directs that notice of the time and place of said hearing be given by publishing this order three times iri' some newspnper having a circulation in said District. By the Court. GEORGE VT. CRAWFORD, m29 3t Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, ' ' May 28th, 1906. ESTATE OF PHILO S. BENNETT, late of New Haven, in said District de ceased. DoWitt Conger, Trustee, having ex hibited his account with said estate to this Court for allowance, it Is ORDERED, That the 1st day of June, 19U6, at ten o'clock in the fore noon, nt a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, be and the same Is appointed for a hearing on the allowance of said accoimtfl and this Court directs that notice of the time and place of said hearing be given by publishing this order three times In some newspaper having a circulation In said District. LIVINGSTON W. CLEAVELAND,. m29 3t . Judge. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, May 2Sth. lft"6. ESTATE OF CHARLES J. SHEFFIELD, . late of New York, N. Y., owning prop, erty in said District, deceased. Laura B. Sheffield, Administratrix, having made written application for an order authorizing and empowering her to sell and convey certain real estate of said deceased as by said application on file in this Court more fully appears, it is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court pf Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 4th day of June, 1906, at ten o'clock in the forenoon and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be given by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a circulation in said District. LIVINGSTON W. CLEAVELAND, m29 St Judee.