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HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER t 1906
6
PERSONAL' PARAGRAPHS
HMMS OP 1WEREST COSCERX
IX Q XEW BATEN FEOPLE
'And Other People Hown ta This City
; Interesting Social CreoU Bert ani
Elimbm,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Ladd, of
Edgewood avenue, will celebrate their
golden wedding at Short Beach Friday
evening.
Mrs. John Hard, a prominent wealthy
Stratford resident, is visiting her
daughter, ' Mrs. Munson, of Lynwood
(street.
Harry L. Donnelly, of the Howe &
Stetson company, is spending a week's
vacation in New York city with rela
tives. Mrs. Louise Layton is stopping for a
week with Joseph Hughes, of 48 Lake
place. Mrs. Layton is from Los Vegas,
JsTew Mexico.
' Miss Julia A. Bldwell, of 80 William
street, for many years a very success
ful teacher at Eaton school, is at West
minster, Vt., where she will remain un
til .December 1.
Dr. and Mrs. Horatio Parker, who
hawe been spending the college vaca
tion', in Germany, will sail for home in a
few days and expect to arrive In town
by tle 22d.
Mr. and Mrs. David S. Gamble and
Miss Alicia Gamble have returned from
Ogwnquit, Maine, where they have been
spending a couple of months.
MUss Grace York and cousin, Miss
Edwards, of Washington, D. C, spent
Monday with their grandmother, Mrs.
H. F. Reynolds, at Reynolds Bridge,
this state.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Mellen, of
.Whitney avenue, were among the
guests at a large luncheon given Mon
day by Mr. and Mrs. George Westing
howse, of New York, at Stockbrldge.
' The luncheon was given for Dr. Leon
GorcBschze, of Paris.
The ninth annual meeting of the
Connecticut Woman's Auxiliary of the
itfount Carmel Children's Home will be
lu:ld at the United church chapel this
morning at 10:30 o'clock. A cordial
Invitation is extended to all friends of
that home to be present at the meeting
All are requested to bring a basket
lundi. Tea and coffee will be served
free.
Mr,, and Mrs. Joseph Porter, Miss
Helen Porter and Donald Porter, of
Whitney avenue, have returned home
from Cedar Island camp in the Adiron-
clacks.
D. C. Munson, postmaster of West
Vllle, started .Monday for Litchfield
-niirstv. where he will visit for two
weeks.
Edward F. Maher, of 206 Humphrey
street, Is visiting his sister, Mrs. H. C.
Tvea. of London, Ont. He will remain
for a few weeks.
Kev. Clifton K. Flanders, who recent
ly resigned his pastorate at the How
ard Avenue Baptist, church to enter
upon1 evangelistic work under the aus
pices of the Connecticut Baptist Con
vention, was the guest of honor at the
meeting of the New Haven Association
i of Baptlst Ministers held at the Mon-
.towes e Baptist church Monday. Ad-.;-esses
voicing the esteem and appre
ciation of the ministers were given by
j. W. Ford, D. D.; Frederick Lent, Ph.
D.; A. Di Dominica, J. G. Ganun and
Otto Koenig, of this city; F. St. John
Pitch, of Branford; George H. Gardner,
of Cheshire; John C. Huber, of Merlden,
and George B. Reid,' of Shelton. A fine
dinner was served by the ladles of the
Montowese church.
Mrs. William G. Daggett and chil
dren, who have been at Rye Beach for
several weeks, are expected to return to
town Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Beazley, of
West Haven, have engaged half of the
double cottage at Woody Crest for the
month of September.
Miss Helen Mallla and Mrs. T. W. Mc
Carthy and Master Allen McCarthy, of
Worcester, and Miss Mary Lamont and
Kay Lamont, of Great Barrlngton, have
returned to their homes after a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schilling, of 18
Redfleld street.
Roer S. White, 2d, has gone to Fish
Lake, Maine, to be the guest for two
weeks of Rod Curtiss, of Bridgeport,
at his camp there. Mrs. White will
Visit her mother, Mrs. Stoughton, at
Penwick.
A very pretty wedding was solemniz
ed last evening at 6:30 o'clock in Har
jnonle hall, when Rabbi Rosen united
in marriage Miss Rae Plckus, of Cedar
street, and Joseph M. Jacobs, of Woos
ter street. The ceremony was perform-
' urn mi hi i IT- I"
Silk
With everybody want
ing at least one black
silk waist this autumn
and winter, and fashion
says too, silk dresses for
street wear, what could
be more timely than
this sale we've planned?
And listen buy now
before this Stop-Gap or
der of Silks is gone
it's going fast; for we
shall be frank with you,
we can't give you the
same Silks for this mon
ey again, we can't get
them;
home of the bride on Kensington street
last Saturday, when Rev. James Grant
united in marriage Elmer H. Wheeler
And Miss Bernice A. Piatt, a teacner m
tW, West street school. Mr. Wheeler is
.connected with the Sperry & Barnes
fcampany. After a two weeks tour jhi.
.najtlrs. Wheeler will be at nome at io
5eorg0 street.
Mrs.. Frank L. Thomas and daughter,
"Mjsa Jessie E. Thomas, or bpring
rfre West Haven, have gone to No-
Motpro, Me., to visit Mrs. Thomas' sis-
IdS iijs. uaiuwm.
MJSVand Mrs. R. M. Lickley, of Wash
'ingtSBvenue, West Haven, are enter
talnfrim -Mr Allison, of Washington, D.
Kt kissr Nichols and Miss Tarbox, of
IJtaSSock, Mass.
f Oft the St. Peter's rectory grounds on
hcimberly avenue last evening a lawn
Mete was held for tne oenem. ui u,
fchurch. The grounds were . encioseu
with canvas and a large platiorm erect
ed for dancing. Several hunarea Jap
anese lanterns were used for illuminat
ing the fete grounds, and in every way
the preparations for ; the affair were
most elaborate.
n W. Warner and daughter, auss
Tona Warner, of Fort fliorgun, oi.,
who have been the guests of their cous
in, Mrs. L. R Langdon, have gone 10
Plymouth, this state, for a few days'
titnv.
The wedding of Miss Mama unrisiiuu,
Bertha Beetz, daughter of Mr. and Airs.
Paul Beetz, and Lester Earl Stevens,
of Merlden, will take placa at 0 o'clock
this evening at the German English
Lutheran Trinity church on ueorge
street. A reception will follow at Har
monie hall.
Miss Mabelle Williams, daughter oi
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, of Smith
street, West Haven, leaves to-day lor
Wilbraham, Mass., to enter the fresh
man class of Williams academy. '
Frederick Schmermond and Miss Ma-
tllda H. Spereel, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Spergel, of 21 Ann street,
will be married at the home or tne
bride this evening at 7 o'clock.
ANNUAL OUTING.
White Taffeta prices begin
at 39ct9 a yard, the most im
pressive grades and the leaders
are these at 49cts, 86cts and
92cts a Yard.
Other Taffetas at 54c, 59c,
74c. 65c, 86c, 92c and $1.15
a Yard,
Among the Peau-de-soie,
those at 59c and 93c are the
most popular sellers.
Ochar grades of Peau-de-soie
at 95c. 98c, $1.15 and
$1 29 a yard.
' See the autumn and
winter show of
QUEEN QUALITY
. . . Shoes ,
HOUSATONIC GOING DRY.
Low Water Causes' Embarrassment for
New MHford Power Company.
Southington, Sept. 11. A shortage of
water has caused distress to the New
Milford Power company, with a gener
ating plant , at Bulls Bridge on the
Housatonic river, which supplies Wa
terbury, Naugatuck, New Britain, Ber
lin, Cheshire, Plainville and this town
with power for its trolley and electric
lighting services, and as a result thesa
towns may be deprived of their electric
light service.
The trolley service of these towns is
being cared for by steam plants, which
were used up to last fall, when the Con
necticut Railway and Lighting compa
ny changed to the Bulls. Bridge service.
As the shift called for important
changes to the system of lighting, this
department of the company's business
cannot be put over to the old steam
power without considerable los of time
and expense. " Consequently all of the
power now generated at Eulls Bridge is
being held in reserve for the lighting
service. ' '
There has been very light precipita
tion in the upper Housatonic valley or
several weeks, and the water in the rlv.
er is yery low. -, There was trouble a
week ago ' when the car service in all
of the above places stopped early one
morning. The company gave out the
Information that there had been a
break. In the power line, wires .down,
etc. There was a recurrence a few days
later and orders were then issued to
start fires under the boilers In the old
power plants at Waterbury, New Brit
ain and Mtlldale, and these plants are
now generating the power for the trol
ley service, with the Bulls Bridge ser
vice held In reserve for the lighting ser.
vice.
An employe of the company said: "If
we don t get rain pretty soon there 11
be no electric lights furnished by this
company." , . ' -
PILES.
A Trial Package of The Wonderful
Pyramid Pile Cure I Sent By
Mali to Everyone to Tent Thor
l onghly Free of Charge.
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them all you recommend them. I am
.very thankful to you for ever putting
them within my reach, for I have had
one box and I have not used all of
them yet, and I feel like a new woman
to-day, and I tell everybody about
them. When I started them I could ,
not walk across the floor, but now I
can do my work all right. My work
was a burden to me before I started
them, but I can tell you that I can
work much better ,-now. You can
rely on me. I will tell every
body about your Pyramid Pile
Cure. Tours sincerely, Mrs. J. Bond,
Toronto, Canada, 33 Pears Ave."
Or if you want to prove this matter
at our expense, before purchasing, send
your name and address to the PYRA
MID DRITG CO., 52 Pyramid Building,
(Marshall, Michigan, and receive a sam
ple packet free by return mail.
The use of the wonderful Pyramid
Pile Cure avoids the danger and ex
pense of an operation. You cure your
self with perfect ease, In your own
home, and for little expense.
Gives instant relief, heals sores and
ulcers, reduces congestion and inflam
mation, and takes away pain and itch
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treatment, and you are satisfied, you
can get a full regular-sized treatment
of Pyramid Pile Cure, at your drug
gist's for 50 cents. If he hasn't it.
send us the money and we will send
you the treatment at once, by mail, in
plain seilad yackago.
ed under an arch of palms In the Har
monle parlors, which were effectively
decorated with palms by Moore. Gold
baum's orchestra played the wedding
music, and the ceremony was witness
ed by about 150 friends and relatives,
including several from New York, De
troit and Hartford. After the ceremo
ny a banquet and dance followed in the
main hall. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs left
last evening for a wedding tour to the
mountains.
Mrs. E. G. Stoddard, who has been at
Bretton Woods all summer, is expected
to return to town this week.
William E. Husted, jr., of West Ha
ven, will spend the remainder of the
week in Uncasville, Conn., with his wife
and son, who are visiting Mrs. H. G.
McDivltt.
The Westvllle school pupils who pass
ed the examinations for the high school
were the Misses Emily Campbell, Mar
garlte Harmon, Grace Smith and Gold
Grant, Howard Williams, Howard Graff
and Charles Canada. !
Miss Susan V. Hotchklss, of Chapel
street, left Monday to join her sister,
Mrs. Charles H. Tovvnshend, in the
White Mountains.
Miss Bertha Ray, of East avenue,
West Haven, is spending a few days
with Mr. and Mrs. Tait In New York
city.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ailing, of Trum
bull street, are enjoying a tour through
the state in their motor car.
Major Ernest L, Isbell has returned
from a vacation spent at Ocean Grove,
N. J.
Dr. and Mrs. Otto G. Ramsay, who
have been staying at Rye Beach, will
return home the latter part of this
week.
Rev. F. B. Phelps, of Whiting, Vt..
who has been the guest of his son, Dr.
C. D. Phelps, of Campbell avenue, West
Haven, has returned home after a
pleasant stay.
William B. Ely, of this city, Is at the
Nonantum club, Quebec, for a fort
night's fishing.
Leon Langbank, of New York, has
been the guest for a few days of Mrs.
Mortimer Lewis, of High street.
Mrs. I. D. Marshall, of Elm street,
West Haven, is entertaining her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard, of Jersey
City.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R, Bliss, of 1136
Chapel street, have returned from Wil-
liamstown, Mass., and northern Vermont.
Miss Bessie Bohan, of West Haven,
Is spending a few days with relatives
in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Z. Poli and family
are stopping at Cox's Surf house while
awaiting the completion of their new
residence on Howe street. Miss Ade
llna F. Poli returned yesterday to the
Sacred Heart convent at Manhattan
vllle, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Bartholomew, of
Northford, are the guests of their son
and family at their home in Richard
place. West Haven.
F. Sherwood Guion, of 217 St. Ronan
street, has returned from New York,
where he has been studying art at the
Students' Art league.
A quiet wedding was celebrated at the
Sarsfleld Guard Members nave tuig
Time at Morris Cove,
At Morris Cove yesterday the active
and veteran members of the Sarsflold
guard, Company C, 'Second regiment, C.
N. G., held their forty-first annual out
ing. About ninety-five members were
present, and they spent the afternoon
and evening in a very delightful man-.
ner, . . , ' V'
A baseball game between the married
men and the single men started the fun.
The single men trounced the married
men by the score of 11 to 8.
In the athletic games which followed
beautiful and presentable prizes were
awarded the winners. The- events,
arizes and winners follow:
100-yard dash-Gold scarf pin, won
by Corporal Hogan. ,
Shoe race-Palr of slippers, won by
Private Baueh.
Swimming race-aold watch, won by
Corporal Culloni.
Fat man's race Silver headed cane,
won by Sergeant Fahy.
Three-legged race Two handsome
umbrellas, won by Corporal Hogan and
Sergeant Higglns.
Running broad jump A pair of
gloves, Sugrue.
About 7:30 in'tho evening an, elabor
ate mriu was served. There were no
speeches made on account of the death
of one of the organizers. During the
dinner the Pequot orchestra enter
tained the members with delightful
musltf.
The committee In charge of the day's
events was composed of the following
members of the company: Captain J.
J.- Kennedy, Bart, McCartan, George
M. Fahy, George B. Hogan, Walter J.
Burke, Captain W. B. Spencer, Lieu
tenant G. S. Manning, Sergeant J. D.
McMahon, Corporal E, J. Cullom.
WOLCOTT FOR WALTER.
A NIGHT CAP
Take two Beecham's Pills on re
tiring and avoid any ill effects
from a late meal. Then you will
sleep soundly, awaken with a
clear head and a high opinion
of the great stomach remedy,
Beecham's
Pills
Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10c. and 25c.
LADEN WITH HONORS.
Followed Instructions. 1 en-year-old 1 1
Fred was going to a party for the. first j ,
time. -. .
'Here's a half dollar, Fred," said his
father; "If it rains be sure you take u
cab home."
When Fred got home . he was thor
oughly drenched. .
"Why didn't you take a cab?" ex
claimed his father.
T did, father," replied Fred, "and I
sat on the box ail the way home. It
was glorlous."--Philade!phia Ledger.
2 ta Gviitit
fe&Yarfc ,
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J RAlLRDADi
r: June 24. 1906.
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4:65,
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! it,trld?ePrt' ,!:60. 7:05, 7:54. 18:2
I ii .b S:BS X12, '2:00, 2:10, 4:40,
' 1!!2 P- m Sundays i:ZS. 4:45.
AND
6:ie. x6:15 6:60, 7:ft6. 7:64, S:89, 9:l
The Letter
Republican Delegates as Elected by the
Hill Town.
Wolcott, Sept. U. The recently elect
ed republican delegates from this town
are as follows:
State Luke W. Henderson, William
H. French. .
Congressional George W. Brown, E.
C. Woodin. "
County E. M. Upson and George W.
Brown.
. Senatorial William Andrews, . B. L.
Frisble.
Probate Benjamin L. Bronson, John,
C. Wakelce.
New town committee E. M. Upson",
F. E. Cole, George W. Brown.
The delegation favors the nomination
of County Commission Jacob Walter for
county sheriff. ' Mr. Walter's Interests
were carefully looked .after by Mr.
Henderson and Mr. Upson, both of
whom are strong admirers of the
Cheshire man., f , ;
GLASTONBURY.
Sent Him by President
Roosevelt.
City Attorney Simpson has returned
to this, city after his winning of the
president's contest . for the military
shooting championship of the United
States. (Attorney Simpson said that he
had a splendid time at Sea Girt, but he
takes his honors in a most quiet and
unostentatious manner,
: Before Mr. Simpson left Sea Girt he
was given a personal letter of con
gratulation from President Roosevelt,
a handsome gold medal suitably en
graved and $50 in cash. In addition to
all this Attorney Simpson won the
highest score In the skirmish shoot, and
for this he received $10 more.
The letter. which President .Roosevelt
sent to Private Simpson, who by the
way, is a merwber of the New Haven
Grays, was as follows: :
The White House,
Washington.
Oyster Bay, N. Y., Sept. 5, 1906,
My dear Mr. Simpson: , .
Let me congratulate you heartily up
on your victory In the contest for the
military championship of the United
States. In a country like ours, where
our regular army Is of Infinitesimal size
it is absolutely essential that our cltl
zens should have In them the possibili
ty of being turned Into good soldiers,
and. nothing is more important toward
this end than creating a high standard
o; marksmanship. I not only congrat
ulate you upon your personal victory,
; but upon the part you are playing in
bringing about this high standard of
marksmanship.
Faithfully yours.'
Theodore Roosevelt.
Private E. C. Simpson, Co. F, 2d regi-
ment, Connecticut National Guard.
CITY KOTICK.
COMMITTEE ON SEWERS
SQUARES.
' The COmmittpo nn Sonrora nnrl
Squares will hold a public hearintr
Friday, beptember 14, 1906, at 8 p. m., in
xvuuiim anu 11 city Hall for the con
sideration o the following petitions:
: Petition nf -& -tn..u..
al?. Jor sewer in West street, between IJ a- n.,l :41, 5:43 p. m.
Washington avenue and Frank street
x-euuon or John Lowe; et als. for a
sewer in Howe street, between Pine
and Chatham streets.
Petition of Conrad Scholl, et als, for
a sewer in Gibb street, between Dix-
vcii a.uu oneuon avenues.
Petition of William H. Crowther, et
als. for a sewer in Hurlburt stre.pt.
norm oi spring street.
petition or J. Joti
tor rearranjremen
sewer.
Petition of Michael Ryan, et als, for
a sewer in Grafton street between Rowe
and Atwater streets.
' Petition of Thomas Brennan, et als,
for a sewer in Arthur street between
Lambcrton and Rosette streets.
All persons interested in the forego
ing matters are hereby warned to be
present and to be heiird thpreon without
further notice.
Per order, ,
F. S. HAMILTON, Jr, Chairman.
Attest:
AMBROSE V. BEECHER,
sl2 3t - Assistant1 City Clerk.
10 p. m., .i2;06 night, dally.
FOr Boston Vln ll.iWfnnf anA Willi.
I n"no 10:02 a. m.. 4:02 . m.
I trot Boiton via Kfy Loadon anfl Provw
I K?nf8:lt- 2:53. 7:47. :g7, ll:J7,i
il!6.S7, S.64 p. m. Sundays 2:17,2:68.
I 'llpS a. m., 2:62, 4:60. 6:45 p. m.
HOT Boston via Snrlwii-a-ia al '07
Sundays
1:07 a. m.. tR-ln n
w!?S ?",,or Springfield, etc. 17,
IX.0, Hartford), x6:86, 7:46, x9:45.
I:2. 10:40, 11:05, a. m.. Xl2:54, 1:10
S-.'iiM-6. '643. 6:05 (to Hart
lord), xT:05, guo, 10.02 .n.05 p. m.
8:10, x9:20 p. m.
W r?.i,P57 JLondon, ete:17, 2:53,
7:47. 9:37. 11:07 vflu . n.cs .
rrtet' . , (Saturday to Saybrooit). 2:62. 8:05.
hnson & Sons, et als, j 4:05 (to Saybrook), 4-18 -io, lilB
t of Church street 1:10, 6:S7, 6:5 8:18 (to Guilford. Sat- 1
uiuaj m DayuruoKi p. m. Sundays
2:17, .2:53, 8:52, nils a.m. -262. '4:60.
6:54 p. rn.
For Mlddletown, Wllllmnntlc, rti
HI '" m" c1:0. 5:S6 o Worcester),
6:02 p. m. Sundays 7:20 p m
i.ar,?hei?,,rn?rFai,,' tc 7:50 a. m.t
Ji:80.(t.-vNew Harord). 4:00, 6:00 (to
Wtneld) p. m. ,
w.? PjTby "?a ABsoala 6:68, 8:00.
8:85, 8:36z. 9:40 a. m.. 12:10, 2:00
(Saturday only), 2:35. 4:15a, 6:00z (ex
cept Saturday), 5:18, 6:00, 7:40, 11:80
p. m. Pbndayi 8:00z, 8:30, 11:85 a. m,
8:80, f:00. 6:40. 8:45 p. m.
For WaterbnTy 6:68, 8:00, '8:85, 9:40
a. m., 12:10, 2:85, 6:18, 7:40, 11:80 p. m.
Sundays 8:30, 11:85 a. m., 6:40, 8:45
p. m.
For WlnBted 6:58, 9:40 a. m.. 12:10,
:35, 5:18, 7:40 p. m. Sundays 8:80 a,
in., 8:40 p. m.
For Plttaileld and Intermedlnta
Points 6:00 (via Bridgeport), 9:85 a. m.
:15 p. m. Sundays 8:00 a. m. Satur
days, 2:00 p. m. -: .
For Lltchfltld 8:86 a. tn.. 5:00 (ex
cept Saturday) p. m. Saturday, 2:00,
4:15 p. m. Sundays, 8:00 a. m.
Express trains. Parlor ear limited,
KTo Derby Junotlon. 3t Local erpress.
D. M. 8HEPARD. F. O. OUSV.
Gen, Supt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Act
Miss Ellyn Calne,. of this city, who
taught in the Eighteenth district at
Glastonbury last year,' and who was
engaged for the coming year, has been
released by the, committee to accept a
better position lir Westfleld.
EATON-SMITH.
Miss Emma'Smltli, of jj,14 West Main
street, Waterbury, and Charles Eaton,
of this city, werp married Sunday at
Trinity church rA'tbry by Kev. Frederi
ick t). Buckley. , - ' ' :
20,000.
' The attendance at the public schools
la fully as large are was expected and
Superintendent of Schools Beede stated
yesterday that the attendance at the
opening of the schools Monday was
about 20,000.
It is always a difficult matter to
guage the attendance exactly, -the first
week of school, on account of the shift
ing which Is necessary. The actual sta
tistics will therefore not be accurately
completed until Friday of this week.
Nasal
CATARRH
In all ite stages.
Ely's Cream Balm
cleanses, soothes and heals
the diseased membrane.
It cniescatarrh and drives
away a cold iu th head
Quickly.
Cream Balm is placed into the nostrils.spreads
Over the membrano and Is absorbed. Belief is im
mediate and a cure follows. It Is not drying does
not produce sneezing. Large Size, 60 cents at Drug
gists or by mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents.
ELY BROTHERS, 66 Warren Street, Now York.
THEIR GOLDEN WEEDING.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Fowler will cele
brate the fiftieth anniversary of their
marriage by holding a reception at
their home, 1460 Whalley avenue, Mon
day evening, Septemher 17. All friends
are cordially Invited to attend.
LIBRARIANS TO MEET.
Programme Has Been Arranged for
Gathering at Norwalk.
The program of the annual meeting
of the State Library association, which
will be held at the public library at
Norwalk on Sept. 20, has just been
arranged. More than the usual number
of speakers will be from Hartford and
It Is expected that a large number of
people from that city will attend. The
mornng session will open at 10:30
o'clock and the afternoon session at
2:30 o'clock. The programme follows:
MORNING.
Address of welcome.
Branch Libraries and Delivery Sta
tions, Miss Emma F. Wakeman, Fair
field; Miss lAlice T. Cummings, Hart
ford; Miss Alice Shepard, Springfield.,
Hard and Fast versus Elastic Rules,
(papers sent,) Miss Dotha Stone Pin
neo, Norwalk; Miss Laura F. Phil
brook, Mlddletown.
AFTERNOON.
Standard of Book Selection, Miss
Caroline M. Hewlns, Hartford.
Discussion, Recent Books on History,
Biography and Fine Arts, Frank B.
Gay Hartford.
Recent Books on Science and Useful
Arts, Recent Fiction, Walter Learned,
New London.
Recent Books of Travel and General
Literature, MIps Smith, Watertown.
Out of Doors In the Library Rev. Dr.
John Coleman Adams, Harford.
Good Fellowship Among Librarians,
Rev, Dr. Samuel Hart Mlddletown.
Woman ' s Kidney, Troubles
Lydia E. Pmftham's Vegetable Compound is Espe
cially Successful in Curing This : Fetal
Disease.
Wedding
Gifts.
Your choice of over
200 pieces of cut glass,
ranging in, price from
75 cts.-to $ioo.
The center of home
life is the table and
every woman delights
in making it attractive.
A gift of cut glass
carries with it lasting
satisfaction and is an
implied compliment to
the recipient.
MONSON'S
I Jewelry Store
I 857-859 Chapel St. f
i
Hew Haven SlBamliflat Liie
REDUCED RATES, 75c to jfew York.
EXCURSION TICKETS, $1.25.
STEAMER RICHARD PECK.
From New Haven Steamer leaves
Belle Dock 12:45 a. m., dally eioept
Mondays. Passengers ; may board
steamer at any time after 10:00 p.' m.
From New York Steamer leaves
Pier 20 East River, foot of Peck Slip
2:4a p. m., foot East 22nd Street 3:00 p.
m.) daily except Sunday. . ..
Time between New Haven' and New
York about five hours. '
For tickets and staterooms apply at
'the office on Belle Dock; also at Bishop
& Co., 185 Orange fit. and on steamer.
The NEW ENGLAND NAVIGATION CO.,
1 Georjte C. Mark, Agent, New Huvetr.
Starln's N.Y.&N .H.Llne
JjlLT. EXCKl'T SATURDAY, .
I'JSJoNuf.R ANU FtmtUHT SHHVICIS
Leaves Nw Haven 0:15 p. m SUrln
fler, foot of iirown Street . Leaves
New Votfk, 9.00 p. m., Cortland Street,
Pier No. 18 N. R. Fare 78c, xcuntoa
tickets J 1.25. HoomsSl.OO. Take Cbap
i Street care to Brewery Street
O. H. rUHEH, A (cent,
tlt-tt ' Mtw BavMfc Oawb
Mrs. J-11. L any and firs. S.Frake
SEARCH FOR DEAD VETERAN'S
FRIENDS.
Peter Gray, a former member of
Company G, Second Heavy artillery,
and also of Company K, Fourteenth
Connecticut Infantry, came to this city
a week ago from Waterbury to appear
before the examining board for an In
crease of pension. He was found near
the depot In a dazed condition, and was
taken by the police to the board of
charities, and from there to Grace hos
pital, where he died Monday evening.
His body is at Lewis & Maycock's un
der care of Admiral Foote post, as he
had no friends.
If anyone knows anything of the sol
dier and will kindly inform William H.
Bouton or C. K. Cadwell of the board
of relief the favor will be appreciated.
SAFE IN PORT AGAIN.
New London, Sept. 11. The school
ship St. Mary, returning from her sum
mer cruise In European waters, arrived
at this port this morning. She was
thirty-one days from Madeira and re
ports all on board well.
E. Pinkham'i Veeotable Compound has done
for me. Whan I first wrote to you I bad suf
fered for years with what tbe doctor called
kidney trouble 'and conifestion of tiie female
oraans. My back acbed dreadfully all the time,
ana l sutrerea 60 wiai vasx, Dearuig-uuwi, rul
ing I could hardly walk across the room. Idid
not get any better, so decided to stop doctoring
with mr physician and take Lydia E. Pink
ham Vegetable Compound and I am thank
ful to say it has entirely cured me. I do all
my own work, have no more backache and
all the bad symptoms have disappeared.
, I cannot praise your medicine enough, and
would advise all women suffering with kidney
trouble to try it.
Mr. J. W. Lany, of 688 Third Ave
nue, Hew York, writes :
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
I have been a great sufferer with kidney
trouble,' My bsck achei aU the time and I
was discouraged. I heard that Lydia K.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound would curs
kidney disease, and I began to take it : and it
has cured me when everything else had failed.
1. have recommended ft to lots of people and
they all praise it very highly.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing In
vitation. Women auflarinir troos kidney
trouble, or y form of fma.l weak
ness, are invited to promptly communi
cate with Mrs. Plnlchain, at Lyn,
Man. The present Mrs. Pinkhia U
tfea daughter-in-law of iydia E. Pitok
hara, her assistant before her decease,
and for twenty-five years since her
advice has been freely given to aiek
women. Out of the great volume of ex
perience which she has to draw from,
it is more than likely she has the very
knowledge that will help your case.
Her advice is free and always helpful.
Of all the ' diseases known, with
which women are afflicted, chronic
kidney disease is the most fatal. In
fact, unless early and correct treatment
is applied, the weary patient seldom
survives.
Being fully aware of thiv Lydia
E. Pinkham, early in her career, gave
exhausive study to the subject, and iu
producing her great remedy for
woman's ills Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound was careful to
gee that it contained the correct combi
nation of herbs which was sure to oon
trol that fatal disease, woman's kidney
troubles. Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound is the only one espe
cially prepared for women, and thou
sands have been cured of serious kidney
derangements by it. Derangements of
the feminine organs quickly affeet the
kidneys, and when a woman has suah
symptoms as pain or weight in the
loins. becW.ho. bearing-down palnB,
Boaldlng or burning sensations or de
posits m the urine, unusual thirst,
Swelling of hands and feet, swelling
under the pvp or sharp pains in the
hack, running through the groin, she
may Infer that her kidneys are affected
and should lose no tiase in oombating
the disease with Lydi H- Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, the woman's
remedy for woman's ills.
The following letters show how
marvelously successful i is.
Mrs. Samuel Frake, of Prospect
Plains, N. J., writes :
I cannot thank you enough for what Lydia
lyflia L Pisfctiara's testable eotnpoMdi a W mi bo's Remedy tor VTonMrt fits.
(Pi en reir -
Every lady should have at
least one to complete her
summer toilet.
We still have a splendid
assortment to choose' from
whether in plain band closed
or open, tancy hoop or lime
bracelets.
WELLS & GUNDE,
188 CHAPHI. STRBBT.
Montauk Steamboat Cas ling
Between Sew London sad Ojreea
port, Shelter Island nnd Sag; Uur
bo, l.ns Inland.
BTBAMKR NAWTASKET (Passen,
ers only) leaves New London yreeki
days 19 a. m. (Sag Harbor first landing)
4:20 p. m. Leaves Sag Harbor S;lt a.
kn., 18:80 p. m.
' BTEAMER MANHANSBTT (freisht)
Barries passensers, leaves New Iondon
weekdays 8 a. ta., leaves Hag Harbof
it:it p. ta. ,
FRENCH LINE.
Couipugnle Generate , Trunsutlnntlqae,
Direct Line to HAVRE PAKifci, France
Sailing every THUKSDAJT. 10 a. m.
From pier 42, North River v
New York. , ,
La Bretagne Sept.' 15
La Tourralne.. Sept 29
La Savoie ,. . , Sept. tl
La'Qascogne Sept.
La Provence. Oct. 4
La Lorraine .......Oct. ll
Twin-screw steamers.
Apply to French Line, 32 Br'dway, . . . i.
or isweezey & Keisey, ni2 uiu mi
Bishop & Co., 1S3 Orange St., .
Parish & Co., 86 Orange St
Should you find your eyes
aching: after reading it is time
you consulted an Optician be
fore straining tne eyes too
much. Call on
J. H. G. DURANT.
71 Church Street,
where you can be fitted with
glasses.
Opposite Fost Office.
White Star Line
New York, pueenstawn. Liverpool
Teutonic, Sept. 10
f edrlc, Sent. 2t
llnltic, Sept. 20,
Mnjcstlp, Oct. 3.
Celtic, Oet. S
Oceanic, Oct. 10.
Boston. Queenstown. Liveroool.
FflHt Twin screw mail sicuiurn.
ot 11.400 to 1B.800 tons. ,.
KEPtTBIJC, Sept. 13, 6 n. in.
CYMHIC, Sept. 20, 11:80 n. m.; Oct 18.
ARAIIIO, Sept. 27, 5i30 n. m., Oct 25.
MEDITERRANEAN
AZORES.
FROM NEW YORK.
Crctle, Sept. 28, noonj Nov. 3j Dec. 0.
Republic Oct. 18 noon; Dec. 1 (from Bot)
FROM BOSTON.
Romanic, Sept. 15, 730 a. m, Qet. ST.
Canopic, Oct. 6, 12:30 p. m, Nov. IT
Odrle Nov. 28, Jan. B, Pen. 16 121,000
Celtic. Jan. 19, Mar. 7. J T
Tons
For plans, etc., apply to Company's
Office, 9 Broadway, N. Y. or 84 State St,
India Bulldlnf, Boston, or to Sweeiey
& Kelsey, 102 Church street, Bishop &
Co.. 185 Orange street; J. H. Parish &
Co., 86 Orange street, New Haven.
Conn. 11125 mwi .
AMERICAN LINE
Flymontu Cherbourg Southampton
From New York Saturdays at 9:30 a. m.
Sept. 15 St. Louis, Bept 29
St. Paul.
New York, Sept 22
IPhiladela. Oct 6
RED STAR LINE
Dover Antwerp London Paris
Kroonlana,Sept. If 1 Finland. Sept. 29
Vaderland, Sept.22 1 Zeeland, Oct. 6
Piers 14 and 15 N. River. Office, 9 Broad
way Bowling Green Building, N. Y.;
Blsh'oD & Co., 185 Orange St; M. Zun
der & Sons, 249 State St.; J, H. Parish
& Co 86 Orange St.; Sweezey & Kel
sey 102 Church St.. New Haven, eod-tt

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