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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL !ND COURIER. TUESDAY JULY I 1906 s . i'l i 4 i 1 n it , , I i ? 4 ! 1 1 1 3 I 3 . il r. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. JJXitfS OP 1XTE11E8T COyCERX JAG NEW HAVEN PEOPLE Ami Other People Knows tn Thla City . Interesting Social E'reots Here and i Mr. and "Mrs. S. Si Adams of 483 Or ange street are at their cottage at North Point, Me. Mrs. Adams will re main all summer and Mr. Adams will make week-end trips there. Mrs. Luman Cowles and the Misses Cowles leave this week for a stay of a few weeks at Squirrel Inn, Haines Kails, N. T. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Reynolds of New York city are receiving con gratulations on the arrival of a little daughter last Thursday. Mrs. Rey nolds, who was a Miss Bessie De Lacey, is at the home of her mother on Exchange street. Mrs. Ddckerman of New Haven is spending a few weeks with her son and family in "West Haven, at their home on Oamipbell avenue. Clerk Ward Bailey of the hoard of health, a New Haven champion whist player, Is back after a week of playing with the American Whist league in Boston. Mra. J. M. Crampton, of Orange street, has been quite ill at her home the past week! , Frank Doollttle of Woodbrldge fell from a street car in front of Warner's etore in "Westvllle Saturday afternoon. He was not seriously hurt, but was cut a little. The Trinity olioir boys with their choirmaster, Harry J. Read, will spend a week at the (Brantord shore in Au gust. Mr. Read has arranged the time totally, with that of Mr. Harry Wood stock, and his choir boys at St. Barna Ibas church from Irvington-on-the Hudson, bo that the two choirs may combine for a concert in Branford. Miss Bessie Rylanda of 'Bridgeport, Is spending a few days with Mrs. Cteorge C. Kirkham of East Haven. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Green have returned from their wedding journey, and are at their home, 26 Chestnut street, West Haven. Miss Alice Church Westcott and Geo. K. Whttaker, who were married June 28 by the Rev. Mr. Gammack, have re turned from their wedding trip spent "In the Berkshires. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beebe are plan ning to leave early in August for a trip to Denver, Col. 'Mra. Blair, who has lived at Irving Chittenden's of Merlden for some time, was ill for a short time, and .finally passed away. Mr. H. B. Hunter at tended to her burial, and the body was brought to New Haven Friday. She was eighty-nine years and one month old. The same day, George C. Field, the other undertaker, was called to at tend to the burial of a child ,who 'died In Clinton, by the name of Jackson. Letters received from Mr. and Mrs. John Ihyne, formerly of this city, tell of a unique way of spending Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. Lhyne are living in a HUfle town at the foot of Pike's Peak and Nwere invited to be members of a party to take a journey to the summit on the1 Fourth. A coal car was the modeofJconveyance and a Jolly day was spent. 'On the return trip the engine left the car to get water, and during the half hour of its absence the occu ' pants of .the car were thoroughly chill ed. Overcoats and blankets were need ed, and to the minds of easterners it was difficult to recall that it was the ' Fourth of July, and hot the dead of winter. Charlie Thomas of Westvllle, who was bitten by a snake i'riaay, is, a little improved. Miss Mlna Pierce Of Wlnsted, who is spending the summer at Short Beach, entertained a number of young people at her cottage over Sunday. Among Bhe New Haveners In the house party were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pollard, Miss Grace Bennett, Dr. C. J. Boyce and Mr. Arthur Lincoln. The last meeting of the Monday aft ernoon Whist club was held yesterday with Mrs. Charles B. Graham at her home ion Elm street, West Haven. The Italian Catholics of the city cel ebrated the great feast of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Sijnday by a street parado with a band, in addition to the special religious eervices at St. Michael's the church, and the edifice, both interi the church, and theodiflce, both Inter! or and exterior was elaborately decor ated. A'bout a dozen little girls in white gowns and white veils occupied seats of honor in the church, and took mart in the parade. A solemn high mass was sung, and the music under the direction of Maestro Sulli was par tlcularly fine. The choir sang Stearns' masa In CD, and at the offertory Miss Bessie O'Connell of Wallingford sang Dudley (Buck's "Ave Maria." Father Oreste Aluizzi preached the sermon of the Lady of Mt. Carmel. The homes of the Italians were decorated in honor of the great feast. Mr. and Mrs. William McFeat, who ' have been the guests of their brother, James, of Main street, East Haven, left yesterday for their home in Mon treal, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Metcalf of George street will leave early next month for a trip to Saratoga and Ausa Wo Chasm. Mrs. Harry Leonard of Springfield, Mass.. is spending a few days as the guest of her aunt Mrs. O. F. Jewell of SSO Chaipol street. Miss Leonard is an autist, a graduate of the Cooper In TenTemptors For Tuesday ANNUAL GiMP MEETING, OPENS AT PLIIWILLE GROUSE JJLY 27. Forty-fiist Anmal Assembly Interest ing. Prograiuse of Services Special Features. POMOLOGTCAL SOCIETY Ten bargains out of the abundance of Real Economies in this Consolidated Sale Of Mill Over-Stocks EVER STOP to think what coffee may be doing to you? Make the change to POSTUM 10 days and find out. Trimmed Hats While Dresses Hats made to sell for from Pretty White Lrwn D estes, $5 00 to $8.00 a goodly emb'd and lace trimmed on number here to select from, skirt and waist; $5.50 value OScts Tuesday $3.00 Tuesday Black Voiles Col'd Wash Gocds A beautifully crispy hard- Voiles, Ginghams and Lawns twisted all-wool French Voile end-lots so'd at from 25c to a $1.00 standard grade. 45c a yard the year 'round. 79c yard Tuesday 9c yard Tuesday Men's Underwear Tea Pols Of Mesh; made in England Pretty 25c Japanese Tea Pots and never sold for less than inside strainer, only a hun- $1.50 to $2.25;nearly all sizes dred, so only 1 to a buyer. 59c each Tuesday lOcts Tuesday White Goods Women's Stockings Dotted Swisses, Cheviot,s, Fine, plain, fast black cotton Madrasses and plain Lawns, and lace effect lis'e finished beauty patterns and new, and Stockings, worth 17cts and bought to sell ordinarily for 19cts a pair. On special ta- 25 cents a yard ble in Hosiery section. 15c yard Tuesday 11c pair Tuesday The Notion Sale Foot Tubs Under the electriC clock all japanned, white lined Foot day Tuesday; Sewing Needs Tubs the rf ht slze that is at nearly HALF PRICE; . the VJaA popular s;ze for 5c BasfingCotton 2 Spools for 5c n0WXubs that always -Sell 5c doz Pearl Buttons, 2 Dozen 4c fa 2 Only 1 to a buyer. 10c to 15c Stocking Supporters, wo- . . men's and children's. 6c Pair 15CIS Tuesday stltute of New York city. Alfonzo Mangelia of Austin , street, Westvllle, was married Sunday to Miss Pasqualina Mangelia at the groom's home, and the bridesmaid was Miss Jennie Sangeia, and the best man James Cerbo. Rev. Father Marguighlo officiated. After th ceremony the cou ple started for a tour In Italy. ' Mrs. Atchison O'Brien and the Miss es Julia and Bessie O'Brien of 232 Fer ry street left-yesterday for Randolph, Vt., where they will spend several weeks. Mrs. Charles' Hotchkiss and Miss Hotohklss, of West Haven entertain ed the members of the S. S. & F. Whist club at their summer home, Woody Crest. The ladles played whist In the afternoon, "and the gentlemen came down to supper. All enjoyed a jolly time in the evening. The mem. ibera of the club are: Mrs. Frank S. (Piatt, Miss Piatt, Mrs. H. J. perry, Miss Pinney, Mrs. George H. Gilbert, Miss Terrell, Mrs. Charles Atwood, Miss Hotchkiss, Mrs. Beach, Mrs. Can non, Mrs. Beecher, Mrs. Powers,. Miss Allen, Mrs. Somerset, Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Charles Hotohklss. Miss Augur, and the Misses Grace and Florence Law substituted for Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Beecher and Mrs. Hotchkiss. Rev. S. J. Squires and family - of West Haven left yesterday for their summer home In Greenport, L. I. Mr. Squires will return to West Haven the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Justus S. Hotchkiss have olosed their Church street house, and are at their camp at Spitfire Lake, In the Adirondacks. Miss Emeline Street of East Haven left Saturday' for l Jfortfofleld, Mass., where she will spenda week going from there to the northern part of New Hampshire, where she will enjoy a week with friends, who are camping. Mrs. Lucia Gale Barbour of Boston, who made such an Impression In her talk on "Rhythm" at the home of Mrs. Minotte B. Chatfield 4n the spring, has been engaged to give at talk at the Pine Orchard Country club in the near future. Mrs. Barbour will also talk at other nearby shore resorts during the summer. Master Russell Cavanagh of 'New York city Is the guest of his grand parents, Colonel and Mrs. T. F. Calla han of 'Blatchtey, avenue for the sum mer. Miss Scoville of Westfield, Mass., Is the guest of her brother, John Scoville of Forbes place, East Haven, for a week or two. Mrs. J. D. Nichols of Atlanta, Ga., who has been visiting relatives in town, has goneto Rock ville for a visit Mrs. Nichols will return and spend some time with her sister, Mrs. R. O. Houghkirk of Orchard street. Russell Hoborn, Philip Sermain, Wil liam McDiarmid, Harry Marvin and Frank Farrell of Westville returned Saturday with the Second regiment. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Austin announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Harriet Janet Austin, to Dr. Thomas Edward 'Blackshear of Thorn as vllle, Ga. . . Montgomery Brown, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Puritan of Campbell avenue, West Haven, has re turned to his home In Maryand. M. and Mrs. George S. Barnum of Edgehill road, left Saturday for an au to trip to Stockbridge, Mass. Harry Grannis and Frederick Grlf fing of West Haven left yesterday for a two weeks' cruise. They will sail to New York and up the Hudson, stop ping at Yonkers, PoughkM-psle and Al bany. They are making plans for a de lightful trip. Miss Mae Grant of 352 Grand avcmio and Miss Sadie Dunnee of Haven street are spending a few weeks In the Catsklll mountains. . . Miss Grace Eltlng Overton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Overton of Plainfleld, N. J., and Dr. Alfred Je rome Brown, Yale '99, of New York city, were married on Saturday at the homo of the bride's parents In Plain field. A reception for the relatives fol lowed the ceremony. Dr. and Mrs. Brown will spend the summer In the Adirondacka. The forty-ifirs! annual camp meeting of the New Eaven district of : the Methodist churdi will be held on the i Plainville camp ground frnom Friday, July 27, to Mohlay, August 6, and the ! programmearraiged for . the various I sessions Is an unusually interesting , oe. The meetiigs will be held under i the direction o! Rev. W. A. Richard, I presiding elder pf the district. ! This meeting Is held on the delight -ful grounds of! the Plainville Camp Meeting association, located two miles from Plainville, Conn. It is the cul ; mination event of a four weeks' series i ot meetigs, being precedned by . the Connecticut Chautauqua assembly ihd i Grand Army dy. Its programme is j adapted to the needs of the Christianl l ty of ton-d'ay. , I There will bo a number of special I features, among which are a church music institute umler the direction of ! Professor F. B. Bower, of ' Wlnsted; : expository addresses by Rev. Charles' W. McCormlck, D. D., of Hartford, be ginning Saturday, July 23, and contln 1 uing to Wednesday, August 1. A sec- one series will 'be given Thursday, August 2, to Sunday, August 5. There will be a number of young people's meetings under the leadership of Rev. John E. Zeiter.'of St. Paul's church, Hartford. The children's services will be conducted by Miss Robbins and Mh's Schwartz, of New Haven. There will be many other features. The complete programme follows: Daily G a. m.,. rising bell; 7, break fast; 8, family worship; 8:30, tent meetings; io, expository addresses; 12, dinner; 1:30 p. rrt., children's hour; 2:30, preaching; 5:30, supper; 6:30, young people's meeting; 6:30, tent meetings; 7:30, preaching; 10, retiring tell. PUBLIC SERVICES. Friday, July 27, 2:30 Opening ser mon, Rev. H. F. Kidder, Ph.. D., Win steel; 7:30, sermon, Rev. F. D. Walter, Waterhury. Saturday, July 2S 10, expository ad dress, Rev. C. W. .MeCormtck, D. D., Hartford; 2:30, sermon. Rev. William McNIcholl, Watertown; 7:30, sermon, Rev, F, o. Leplcy, Waten'aury. Sunday, July 2910, sermon, Rev; J. J. Blythe, Ph. P., Southlngton; 2:30, sermon, Rev, A. H. Goodenough, D. D., Bristol; 7:30, sermon, Rev. D. N. Grlf Ihi, Hartford, i? .. ? Monday, July 30. 10, expository ad dress?, Dr. McCormlck; 2:30, sermon, Rev. J. II. Falrchlld, Waterbury; .7:30, sermon, Rev. 'SI, D., Trinkaus, Sey mou:. ,-v ..... Tuesday, July '31.1-10, expository ad dress, Dr.' McCormlck;. 2:30,- sermon, Rev. W. D. Turkey, Mllford; 7:30, ser mon, Rev. W. .H. Lawrence, D. D Hamden. ' ; Wednesday, August 110, expository address ((closing the series). Dr. Mc Cormlck; 2::;o, iprnium, Hew. C. S. Ball, Naugatuck; 7:80', sermon, Rev. E, C Carpenter, New Haven. Thursday, August --Fortieth anni versary of I'lainville camp meeting. 10, expository address, Rev. K. A. Dent, D. D., Hartford; 2:30, history, Captain John M. Parker, Hartford; sermon, Rev. Henry Baker, I), p., Middletown; 7:30, sermon, Rev. Lemu el Richardson, Brooklyn, N. Y. Friday, August 3. 10, sermon, Bish op D. A. Goodsell, LL. D., Brookllne, Mass.; 2:30, expository address, Dr, Dent; sermon, Rev. J. P. Wagner, Merlden. Saturday, August 4. 10, expository address, Dr. Dent; 2:30, sermon, Rev, W. F. Sheldon, Slmsbury; 7:30, praise service. Sunday, August 5. 10, expository address, Dr. Dent; 2:30. sermo, Rev. A. 8. Kavaauirh. TV D.. Rronklvn. M V 7:30, sermon, Rev. O. J. Range, Guil ford. Monday, August 6.-8, annual lovo feast and closlmj service, led by Rev, W. A. Richard, presiding elder. It Is probable that a large number of tho members of the local Methodist churches will attend (he camp meeting and many of them will stay on the camp ground during the entire session? ihe First M. E. church has a cottage on the grounds and some of the mem bers of Trinity, church own cottages there. There is a good lodging house on the camp ground and a restaurant where first-class meals can be obtained. Of Connecticut Visits Agricultural Stai tion and Mt. Carmel. , The mem'bers of the Connecticut Po nvological society were guests of Direc tor E. H. Jenkins of the Connecticut 'Agricultural experiment station yester day. There were about 100 members present and all took advantage of the picnic to meet their fellows to discuss methods of culture and to observe the rapid advance In the agricultural line here. After looking about the laboratories at the experimental station the mem bers were served lunch at 12:30 on tables in the shade' of the trees ok the ground. After lunch various speeches were delivered. President J, C. Eddy of Simsbury. acting as toastmaster. called on the following members: Dr. A. R. Winton, H. C. C. Miles of Mil ford; Prof. A. G. Gulley f Storrs col lege, Prof , W. E. Britton, Prof. East, Dr. George P. Clinton, Prof. C. D. Jar vis, State Forrester A. F. Hawes, C. L. Brown, N. H. Sherwood of Southport, N. S. Piatt, Josiah M. Hubbard of Mid dletown, and J. B. Noble, State Dairy commissioner. About twenty-five or thirty young la dies enlivened the afternoon for the gentlemen by their presence. At 2:18 the members took a special car to Mt. Carmel to inspect the crops, 'Including corn, potatoes, clover, alfal fa, etc. Prof. Britton showed the various methods of spraying and preventing the various Wights and diseases of garden truck. - . About 5 o'clock the party returned on the same car and broke up on their arrival. time ago " Mr. Mathewson sailed at once for home on receiving his honor, reaching Milford as stated above. Dur ing the vacations in the time :that he has been in Europe Mr. Mathewson has traveled a good . deal about the coun tries of the continent and has had a fine time ever since he left America. After spending the present vacation Mr. Mathewson will on the opening of school again in the fall return to the Institute of Technology in Boston where he was before going abroad. CONDITION IMPROVED. Mrs. Rebecca Moulthrop, of Bridge port, was operated 'on at the Bridge port hospital on July 14th for facial neuralgia. Dr. Hartly, of New York, was the operator. A large number of physicians were In attendance, the na ture of the operation being rare. . A portion of the base of the brain was removed by the physician in au effort to remedy th affliction, under which the patient had 'been suffering for some years. Mrs. Moulthrop had suf fered excruciatingly for years with her ailment. Several previous operations had been performed on her wheni It was found necessary to remove some of the nerves in the head to relieve the pain suffered, but only temporary re lief .. followed. The patient Vas in' a good eondition last night and her re covery is looked for. RETURNED FROM EUROPE. Re- to Champion Mathewson of Milford turns Home With Honors. Champion Mathewson returned Mllford Saturday after an absence of nearly two years during which time he has been a student at the University of Goettengon, Germany, at which place he received the degree of Ph. D. at the close of the past schooT year a short A Delightful Trip ToQuaintNew Orleans SOUTHERN PACIFIC. elegant passenger ships from New York every Wednesday at noon, ar riving New Orleans Monday morn ing. " Fast Time Superb Sen-Ice Excellent CiiInIiic , Connecting at New Orleans with Rail lines for all points in LOCISIANA, TEXAS, MEXICO ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA The best route for comfortable travel and picturesque scenery. Inauire 170 WfflMliIugtou St., Boston, Mass. 2a iter's J alt itW ' I C I U f Lit I June 24. 1!)0G. or New Vork 4:33, :05 xtJ. v7. a vo.ir 10:00, .10:30. Ilil:2 I V 111:26, .1:30, 2:10. 2:30. t-to. 4:40. 5:in. K-3n 4:45. .4:65, 8:40. :3i, m., '12:06, 3:47. 3:6. 5:40, '6:06, 6:iiJ '-o(, 'S:5o a. m. xl2 2-nn sm i-in. 9i2?,p-m- Sundays 4:33,'4:45. 5:10, x6:15 6:60. 7:0B. 7:fU K-an a-iil P. m. , ' i nr VnM"6tM via Harlem River-. 1:00 p. m.. 12:0B nln-h rtnlW For Boston via nnrtfnt-d nl Willi inuntl.l0:02 a. m., 4:02 r. m. r or uoaton via New London and Pror "ce 2:17, 2:53, 7:47, 9:87, 11:8T, K- l2:3V '2:52. '4:18, .4:50;. 11.58 a. m 2:62. 4:B0. :4R n. m For Boston via Springfield .1:07, 1:05a. m.,l:41, 6:43 p. ni. Sundays-! a. m., 5:43 fc m. , , "urorV Springfield, etc. .1:07, If,". Xo (t0 Har"rd), x6:35, 7:45, x8:5, 0,:02. 10:40, .11:05, a. m., xl2:64, 1:10 1:41. 3. i-fi9. vr. cue xio i.ai v Cut Fl xc.us, s:iu, 10:02, 11:05 p. m, 6uniays-l:07, x9:05 a. m., xl2:646:41 xi:10, 8:10, x9:20 p. m. ' For New London, etc. 2:17, 2:53, 7:47, .9:37, 11:07, xfll:37, .11:58 a. m. 1:05 (Saturday to Saybrook), 8:52, 3:05, ?S f? Saybrook), 4:18, .4:50, 5:15, 6:10, 6:37, 6:54, 8:15 to 6ullford, Sat. urday to Saybrook) p. m. Sundays-t 2:17, 2:53, 8:62,. 11:58 a.m, 352, 4:50. 6:54 p. m. For Middletown, Wllllmontlc, cta- 7:35 a. m., 1:00 5:35 (to Worcester), b:02 p. m. Sundays 7:20 p. m. iI'o0.r,?1,eJJ",rne F"" ee 7:50 a. m.( 12:20 (to New Hartford), 4:00, 6:00 (to Westfleld) p. m. -?r Dby and Anaonln 6:58, 8:00, 8:35... 9;35z. 9:40 a. m.. 12:10, 2:00a (Saturday only), 2:85, 4:15z, 5:00z (ex-, cept Saturday), 6:18, 6:00, 7:40, 11:30! p. m. Sundays 8 :00z, 8:30. 11:35 a. m., 3:30, 6:00z, 6:40, 8:45 D. m. i For Waterbury 6:58, 8:Q0, 8:35, 9:48 a. m 12:10, 2:35, 5:18, 7:40, 11:30 p. m. Sundays 8:30, 11:35 a m., 6:40, 8:45 p. m. . For Wlnsted 6:68, 9:40 a, m 12:19, 2:35, 5:18, 7:40 p. m. Sundays 8:80 a. m., 6:40 p. m. For Flttsfleld nnd IntermedlHte . Points 6:00 (via Bridgeport), 9:85 a. m. 4:16 p. m. Sundays 8:00 a. m. Satur- aays, 2:uu p. m. ' For Litclifleld 9:35 a. m.V 15:00 (ax. cept Saturday) p. m. Saturday. 2:00. 4:1B p. m. Sundays, 8:00 a. m. Express trains. Parlor car limited.' zTo Derby Junction. xLocal express. O. M. SHEPAHD, F. O. COLET, Qen, Supt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt,. owers Floral Decorations For All Occasions. Largest Assortment Lowest Prices, ; Quality Considered. m KATES BEDtTCED, 7Bo to New Torbv EXCUUS10N TICKETS, L3B. Steamer Richard Peck. From New Haven Steamer leaves Belle Dock 12:45 a. m., dally except Mondays. Passengers may board steamer at any time after 10:00 p. m, . From New York Steamer leaves) Pier 20 East River, foot of Peek Slip 2:45 p. m., foot Bast 22d street 8:00 p.m. dally exoept Sunday. , , . , . , SUNDAYS Until September,. 0th, Inc., leave foot Peck slip S:80 a. m., foot East 22d street 10:00 a. b., leave New; Haven 4:30 D. m. Time between , New, York and Newi Haven about five hours. , TPor 'tickets and statfirrtoms n the office on Belle Dock; also at Bishop & Co., 185 Oranger street and on steamer.' The NEW ENGLAND NAVIGATION CO, ueorge v. macK, Agent, new Haren, ' The Frant S. Piatt Ihe siATUftDA I. PAS8K.VUER AND FREIGHT SERV1CEI jueaves in sir uaven io:ia p. m- Starin Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leaves New York. 9. 00 p. m., Coftlanfl Street, lcr Ko. 13 K. R. vara no. exaurelon tlcHets $1,251 KoomsJl.OO. Jfake Chap-, et Street oars to Brewery Street V. H. FISHRjt. Altent.' Plt-tt Wew Haven, Coua. 350-352 State St., New -Haven, Conn. Hr ' 1 61 if1 When you open a pack age of Unoeda Biscuit it's like opening the oven door and taking them out crisp, fresh, and clean. Uneeda Bisouit are the onlyj Soda Crackers. Others cease to be "crackers" after a few hours exposure to the air. Open a package of Uneeda Biscuit t o day, MWtOKAlETBIJCUrrfCOMPANY A FA!R JUDGE h 3 a ft' i DLLAND-AMERICA LINE New York-Rotterdam via Boulogne Sailings Wednesdays per sailing list Ryndam, July 18, N. Amst'm, Aug. 16. Potsdam, Aug. 1, Htatendam, Aug. 22 Noordam, Aug. 8, Ryndam, Aug. 29. Ilolliind-Ainerlcnn Line ,30 ffwoy, N. Yt Sweezoy' & Kolsey. 102 Church St.: Bishop & Co., 185 Orange St.; Newton & Parish, 86 Orange St.; M; Zunder & Son, 240-251 State Bt.;, u. Bussman, Tl or ange St., Agents. Cannot fail to eulogize the benefits accruing from a Gas Watjef Heater. It is not only convenient, It is necessary to Sum mer comfort. It obviates the Dail or tea kflttln brigade from kitchen to bathroom after the coal fires are out. By its use, water may be heated almost instantaneously at a minimum cost. It is so constructed that the accumulation of dirt which interferes with the operation of many such heaters is Impossible. Every housewife who wishes to enjoy her Summer to the full should get one now. It costs little and saves much.' Gas Brass Water Heaters, $15 See THE GAS CO. i The Recreation Touts. m.OCK ISLAND, three-day tripe, $9.50 July 14-21-39, Aug. 4-11-17-25, Sept. 1. GLEN SUMMIT and MACCH CIItJNK four-day trips $18.00 July 20, Aug. 8-17-31 COTTAGE CITY, five day trip.. . .$17.00 July 23, Aug. 13-27. WHITE MOUNTAINS, five-day trip. . . . July 23, Aug 6-20, Sept S ?22.00 SARATOGA SPRINGS, 4 or 6-day trip. (112.50 and $15.50 July 16-23-30, Aug. 6-13-20-27, Sept. 3. AUSADLB CHASM, 6-day trips. .20.00 July 16-23-30, Aug. 6-13-20-27, Sept. 3. NIAGARA FALLS, four-day trip, $24.00. Tuesday, August 21st THOUSAND ISLANDS, S flays trip. Tuesday aug 21st $26.00 ATLANTIC CITY, 6-day trips $22.00 July 23, Aug. 13-27, Sopt 10. CATSKILL MOUNTAINS, 5 day-trips , $14.50. July 16-30, Aug. 13-27. NOVA SCOTIA, 10-ny trip $60,00 Saturday, August 11th. NIAGARA FALLS and THOUSAND ISLANDS, 8-day trip $55.00 Tuesday, Aug. 21st MONTREAL, Q.UEBEC and WHITE MOUNTAINS -...$52.00 7-days trip, July 31, Aug. 14, Sept IL For 1"HE NEW ENGLAND TOURIST, describing all tours, call or address The Recreation Tourist Co. &8S Orange street, New Haven, Conn. H J4amburg -American. Plymouth Cherbourg Hambars :Kalserln, July 19 I jAnierlka. Aug. 1 Baiavia J y. U IPretoria, Aug. 4 :DcutsoU'ld Jy. 26 IBluecher, Aug. 9 : IPatriciaJy. 28 Waldersee,Aug.ll :orill Koom. Gymnasium. ;Bleva A la carte Restaurant iCalllng at 'over for London & Paris. Offlces 85 and 37 Broadway, New TTorkv Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St, M. funder & Son, 249 State St.; J. H. Par ish & CO., b(j urange et.; bishop & Ce Js5 Orange St; H. Buseman. 71 Oranars FRENCH LINE. V Comnagnle Generale Transntluntlque. Direct Line to HAVRE PARIS, Franc Bailing evoijr inunwai, 1 a, m, ." From pier 42, North River, New York. Jin . 1 La Eretagne. , . . . .July 19 La Provence , juiy 99 La Lorraine Aug. 3 La Gascogne Aug. 9 LaBretagne, Auer. 1 La Touraine Aug. 2$ Twin-screw sieamers. Apply to French Line, 33 Br'dway, N. Y. or oweezey iveisey, iuh v-nurch St. Bishop & Co., 133 Orange St parish & Co.. 86 Orange St. . Montauk Steamboat Co.'s Line. Between New London and Green port, Sbelter Island and Sag Uar nor, Long Island. STEAMER NANTASKET Passen gers only) leaves incw Lionaon week days 10 a. m. (Sag Harbor first landing) 4:20 p. m. leaves aag tiarDor 6:20 a. m. 12:20 p. m. , . STEAMJiK jiakhajisiiit trreigntr carries passengers, leaves New London weekdays S a. m., leaves Sag Harbor 12:25 cm. Anchor Line glasgow and londonderry Sailing from New York every Safin-day New Twin Screw Steamship "CALEDONIA" and "COLUMBIA" Average passaee 7H dayg. ' AND FAVORITE STEAMSHIPS "Astoria" and "Puraessla." For Rates ol Saloon, Second Cabin or Third Class Passage, Book o Tour and further information apply to HENDERSON BP.OTHER3, New Yorw or Jaa. Mustarde, 94 Crown St; Swee sey & Kelsey. 102 Chia-ch St.; X V, Bhanley. 783 Grand Ave.; R. M. fiherta den, 665 Grand ave., New. Haven.