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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. THURSDAY DECEMBER 1906 COUNTRY HEALTH OFFICERS HOLD A MELTISG AT HOTEL GARDE TO-DAY. Reports on Ice Supplies, Xew Food and Drugs At, the Milk Supply) Tuber culosis, Etc., to be Made. A meeting icf the county Jiealth offi cers of the state will be held at the Hotel Garde In thin city to-day. The program of the meeting is as follows: Reports of health officers upon the Ice supplies in 'their respective towns; paper on the New Food and Drugs Act, by Edgar Adams Wilson, M. D., town health officer of Meriden; paper on the Enforcement of the Law Re quiring Physicians to Report Pulmon ary Tuberculosis and Suggestions as to the Same, by W. I. Baker, M. D., health officer of Naugatuck; paper on The Milk Supply, by C. J. Bartlett, vi. D., iaf New Haven; paper on In fection of Dairies and Ordinances R'tulatiing This Work and Their En forcement, by T. J. Kilmartin, M. D., city health officer of Waterbury, and by T. p. Keeley, inspector for Water bury xi ty board of health. Discussion: "Is It Possible and Prac , ticable for Town Health Officers to Co- operate with City Health Officials in tho Woik of Inspecting Dairies?" Pa per on luties of a Health Officer, by L. P. Jor9S m. D., town health officer of Greenvjch. County health Officer Hoadley of New Halve -jard that at the meeting the questioj 0f seeking legislation to bring about itate inspection of dairies will 'be discussed. He Bays that under the present s;stem of inspection by town health offbers, selectmen in some of the towns of he state are disposed not to ipay for thi expenses of inspect ing dairies where no direct benefit is derived by the towi itself and in or der that people m;y be assured of safety it is felt that the inspection of dairies should be done under state su- , jpervision "f FREE SON'S OF ISRAEL Will Celebrate Thirty-Fifth Anniver sary With a Reception and Enter tainment. ' New Haven .lodge, No. 6, Indepen dent Order Free Sons of Israel, being in existence some thlrty-fivt years are contemplating and have decided to celebrate the same by receiving a so cial vteit of the most -worthy grand muster and all his associates, who are to visit the lodge on the evening of December 9, 1906, at 9 o'clock, at our hall in the Odd Fellows' building on Crown street, when an open meeting Vill 'be held. ; The entertainment will Consist of some very able remarks and instruc tions 'to the Hebrew element present that evening, after which musical and literary productions will be tendered iby some of the best talent of which the city ' la 'possessed of. ifter the program Is finished, suitable refresh ments will be served by the committee of entertainment. " ... The committees In charge are: ' Reception Max Adler, Ohartes Klei ner, Sellgman Do eb ! Entertainment Moi?8 Gmpertz, Joseph Kaiser, John Conper. Refreshments Max Thalhelmer, Philip Winter, Jacob Dryfuss. Printing Philip Goodhart, i Woolf Levy, Morris Puklln. CHRISTMAS SHOWING U ; At the Stores of P. J. Kelly & Co., c 817 Grand Ave. and 36 Church St. ,! Make it a point to have a 'pUai:iant ti v home (or Christmas, is the happy title w A of P. J. Kelly & Co.'s advertisement 3; In : another column of this paper. This . hr" .' firm has a 'name second to none for 1 1 supplying the very best of everything in house furnishings and at the low est poii'ble prices. They have every thing in their large stock that is re quired in every home. The selection Is (immense and varieties as numerous as the sands of the sea shore. You can get parlor setu, bed room suits, kitchen equipment, , Crawford ranges, sideboards, carpets, tables, chairs, etoves, phonographs, and many other useful things and it will be a pleasure to attend to ipatrons. Visitors are welcome to the big furniture and household emporium of tho firm'. Pat rons come from all over New Haven and from all the adjacent towns to profit by the fine opportunities for making Selections afforded at P. J. Kelly & Co.'s. This house has estab lished a high reputation for its up right dealings, its mammoth supplies of Standard articles in their line f business and being large buyers they always offer special Inducements in tho urices. TOOK EAST GIAME. Light Guard Defeats Troop A 41- to 11. The Light Guard last night easily defeated the Troop A basketball team at the armory last night by the score of 41 to 11. As the score signifies, the game was one-sided, the Light Guard always lea-d'.n. The standing up to date: Won. Lost.p.c. Company E 4 0 1.000 Naval Battalion 3 0 1.000 First Separate Co 3 1 .7r0 Company D 2 1 .6fifi Troop A 1 3 .250 Company F 1 3 ,250 Machine Gun Battery ..1 3 ,27.0 Sartifield 0 4 .000 The Light Guard will play the Ma chine Gun battery team this evening at the arrr.orv. THE EAGLES' FAIR. Another Big Crowd Attends at Music Hall List Night. Tho big fair given by the local aerie of Eagles is still proving a great drawing card. The crowd last night was one of the largest that has yet attended the bazar und a lucrative buslneai was done all the evening. The Josslln troupe and the Foster brothers from Poll's gave their enter tainment with much success and they will repeat it every evening during the week. DuriiTg the past six months the local lodge paid out $1,400 in bene fits to the members or their families and the fair ii being given in aid of this fund. GAT AND EAGAN CHOSEN. .'city estimates. Will Lead Twelfth Ward Fight Against Trolley Company. At a meet of tha residents of the;. TT .. -Rnar.i nt , ,, Twelfth ward Tuesday night Charles . 5 t? men Gay and Timothy J. Eagan were ap pointed a committee to lead the fight before the committee on railroads and of the City of New Haven: The Board of Finance has the honor ! to submit herewith its estimates of bridges in city hall to-morrow night . 1118 moneys necessary uo approprl against the petition of the Consolidated ated for he expenses of the city, and railway to electrify the old Shore Line cut. The residents of the ward in general are opposed to the cut being used and say they will turn out in ioice to-morrow to support Messrs. Gay and Eagan in the fight. GEORGE VAN HORN POST, G. A. R. The annual election of officers of George Van Horn post, G. A. R., Mil ford, held Tuesday evening, resulted in the choice of the following: Command er,' J. R. Clark; senior vice command er, A. C. Tibbals; junior vice command er, J. W. Dahl; officer of the day, A. A. Porter; officer of the guard, John Ovi att; quartermaster, E. B. Baldwin; uel- egate to the state encampment, Joel Smith; chaplain, George W. Coy; sur geon, Frederick Cornwall; sergeant ma jor, Edgar Van Horn; quartermaster sergeant, Wallace S. Chase. BUST SCENE AT BROIADWAT. Large Gang of Workmen Push Oper ations by Acetyline Light. Broadway presented a very busy scene all last night when, large gangs of workmen were kept actively engag ed pushing along the work of paving the street. , The work was greatly fa cilitated by the aid of twv powerful acetyline lights. OPPOSEID.TO .NEW ELECTRIC LINE The committee on railroads and bridges of the board of aldermen are to hold a public hearing to-night to con sider the proposal that the' Consolidat ed Railway company be permitted to electrically . equip the old Shore line route in Fair Haven. Residents of the neighborhood are out with a petition to protest , and the meeting will probably be largely attended. LEFT THE HOSPITAL. Henry Sturges, who was stabbed by some unknown man on Saturday night, while he was walk'ng along Meadow sereet, was discharged from the New Haven hospital yesterday afternoon, protest,, and .the meeting will probably street. He has been at the hospital since the affair happened. ADELPHI LODGE, A. F. AND IA. M. Adelphi lodge, No. 63, A. F. and A. M., will hold special communications on December 6, 10 and 11. Don't Let Your Piles Grow EVEHY HEMOnnHOIDAI, TLCER IS A FETITILB FIELD FOR CANCER AND OTHER DEADLY DISEASES. -frlni rackiiRC Free. Constipation unchecked brings in flammation, inflammation 'begets piles and piles too often superinduce tumors of malignant nature. It is utmost folly to allow this con dition tov continue. If you have piles tho veins of the rectum are congested, and the excessive straining of the ab dominal walls to force a passage in many cases leads to rupture and cracking of the tissues. There is no greater suffering than this. If you are a. sufferer from piles you know it. It is foolish to think that any amount of cathartics will re lieve you. On the contrary purga tives are favorable to the production of hemorrhoids. Do not be deceived either by the illusion that an operation always cures. It sometimes does, but There Is No Greater Torture Than Files. the agony of the operation is too great to warrant the experiment, except as a last resort. There is only one natural way to cure pile?. There are medlcants which together heal the mucous membrane of the bowels and rectum and give it life . The Pyramid Drug Co. have prepared suppositories convenient for insertion into the affected part and containing the soothing, healing, invig orating medicines needed, to effect a quick and permanent cure. That these do cure piles is proved by the volunta ry testimonials of thousand!-. By every mail we get letters like this: "WishinE to give credit where cred it is due, I feel it my duty to humanity as well as yourselves to write you regarding your pile remedy. I have not finished my first box and am now well. After my first treatment of Pyramid Pile Cure, the soreness left, and the swellings have kept decreas ing. I also used your pills and am ft'eling like myself again. Thanking you kindly, I am yours truly, C. Crow ley, 170 9th avenue, Seattle Wash. We do not ask you to take our word. We are willing that you should trr our treatment .and decide for yourself. Send to the Pyramid Pile Co., 72 Pyramid Building, Marshall, Mich., and you will receive a free trial package by return mail. After you have used the contents of thin sack age you can secure exactly the same medicine, if you will ask for the Pyra mid Pile Cure. For sale at all druggists. 50 cents per fccx. or the rate of taxation 10 meet the same, for the year 1907, in accordance with Section 44 of the Charter. At the present time the Assessors report the Grand List of property in Wards 1-35, inclusive, as $111,663,968. Pursuant to Section 110 of the Charter, the Board has levied for school purposes a tax of 4H mills upon all the property within the City School District. It has laid a tax ex clusive of said school tax of 8 mills "upon the polls and ratabla estates within the limits" of Wards 112, in clusive, (.Section 44), and a tax of 2 mills upon the polls and ratable es tates within the limits of Wards 13 15, inclusive, (Section 217). The total tax laid upon the property bearing the full city tax is 13 mills. In addition to the ordinary current expenses o the several departments, the tax levied provides for the pay ment of 100,000.00 to the Sinking Fund, which must be regarded as the minimum amount to be annually get aside for several years In order to re tire the outstanding bonds as they fall due; also of J80.000.00 for an 18 room school building and site in the Winchester District. All o which is respectfully sub mitted. JOHN P. STUDLEY, Mayor; JONATHAN N. HOWE, Controller; FRANKLIN L.. HOMAN, Alderman; EDWARD G. FREDERICK, GEORGE W. LEWIS, ROBERT H. NESBIT, PETKR J. KELLY, HENRY HERZ, EDWARD P. O'MEARA, Hoard of Finance. New Haven, December 3, 1906. 2,416.30 11,671.00 ESTIMATED INCOME AND AMOUNTS ALLOWED ALL DEPARTMENTS. As lJer Itemized Schedule Attached. Estimated income 1,683,245.68 Total appropriations allow ed $1,983,245.68 ESTIMATED INCOME From All Sources for Twelve Months Ending December 31, 1907. t X O S " 13 54 mills on Grand list of property in Wards 1 to 12, both inclusive, esti mated at $105,750,123, of which it is estimated 94 per cent, will be collect ed, amounting to $1,341,969.06 9 mills on Grand List of property in Wards 1 to 12, both inclusive, esti mated at $285,615, subject to City but not City School tax, of which it is estimated 94 per cent. will be collected, amount ing to 2 4 mills on Grand List of property in Wards 13, 14 and 16, estimated at $5, 518,230, of which it is es timated 94 per cent, will be collected, amounting to School Tax iV, mills on Grand List of property in Wards 13, 14 and 16, Included In City School District, estimat ed at $3,972,828, of which it Is estimated 94 per cent, will bo collected, nmounting to Military taxes ............. Poll taxes Unpaid taxes, to be collect ed Liens on property Licenses ind Permits, In cluding cobble gutter as sessments, snow removals and repairs to excavations Clerk City Court, fees, etc.. Registrar Vital Statistics... County Commissioners, for licenses Department of Charities nnd Correction, petty cash collections Town Clerk, dog licenses, ff-es for recording, etc... Department of Education From State of Connecticut Appropriation for Day Schools Appropriation for Even ing Schools Appropriation for Ap paratus and Library fund From Income Town Deposit fund . From tuition and small re ceipts From County Commission ers, County Home School, 1005 and 1906. , Income from Old Almshouse Farm Funds Consolidated Railway Co., account of Woodward ave and grading City Attorney's office Interest on City Deposits.. Corporation Counsel und As sistant: Costs in suits, etc State of Connecticut, on ac count of drawbridges crossed by street railways State of Connecticut, tax on bank and Insurance storks State of Connecticut, Hlgh wny Commission Public Wharf, fees....,,,.. Public Rath, fees Actual Surplus of Receipts over pendltures for year 1905 $26,195.4 Estimated Surplus of Receipts over Expenditures for year 1905 ns per Budget of Roard of Finance for year 1906 ESTIMATED EXPENSES FOR 1907 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. Salary Account Salary of Director $2,500.00 Salary of Clerk of Depart ment 1,500.00 Salary of Examiner of Rec ords 1,200.00 Salary of Stenographer and Typewriter 416.00 Bureau of Streets Salary of Superintendent... 1,800.90 Salary of two Assistant Su perintendents, at $1,200... 2,400.00 Salary of Clerk of Bureau.. 1,000.00 Bureau of Engineering Salary of City Engineer.... Salary of Assistant Engin- of Assistant Engin o Assistant Engin- Tender, Chapei Tender, Grand eer Salary of tour Transltmen and Levelers, at $1(100.... Salary of one Transitman and Leveler Board of Sewers Salary of Superintendent... Bureau of Compensation Salary of three members, at $300 Salary of Clerk of Bureau.. Bridges Sulary of Tender, Tomlinson Salary of Tender, Quinni- piac .... Salary of Street . . Salary of avenue Salary of Tender, Kimberly avehue (part) Salary of extra Tender Repairs, painting, planking, coal, power and supplies.. Foot Bridge over railroad at Grant street Half cost paid by N. Y., N. II. & H. R. R. Co. Foot Bridge over railroad at Sachem street Parks and Trees Planting new trees Care, trimming and removal of trees Repair of park walks, lenccs, etc. 2,500.00 1,800.00 1,600.00 1,300.00 4,400.00 939.00 1,800.00 900.00 400.00 1,500.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 900.00 400.00 1,000.00 5,200.00 2,000.00 700.00 250.00 7,000.00 750.00 Cleaning Sowers and Drainage Running expenses. Repairing sewers Cross Walks and Repairs... Road Roller Repairs, supplies and renew als Walks and Curbs New Walks, repairing and grading Removing Snow 9,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 400.00 16.805.00 4,000.00 2,400.00 90,000.00 1,000.00 13,000.00 11,000.00 1,700.00 150,000.00 1,200.00 11,000.00 63,000.00 1,100.00 1,105.00 1,300.00 8,000.00 1,500.00 500.00 Opcnintr and Widening Streets Yale avenue 3,600.00 Norton street 600.00 Other streets 800.00 Grading Streets Woodward avenue 10,000.00 Norton street 4,000.00 Repairing Crushed Stoiio ravements 50,000.00 Crushed Stone Pavements, new work 8,000.00 Repairing other streets 15,000.00 Cleaning Streets and Parks 50,000.00 Cure of Public Wharf Salary of Wharf Master.... 650.00 Running Expenses 200.00 Street Sprinkling Hlro of Horses and Drivers, or Car Service, either Qr both, March 15 to Novem ber 20, and repair of carts 28,000.00 Cobble Gutters 1,000.00 Maintaining City Hall Repairs to building, coal and care of boilers, salary of Janitor and Assistant, salary of Elevator Attend ant, power for elevator, , lighting City Hall and Supply House, hntlonul flags, purchase and re pairs; other repair, etc... 9,000.00 shoeing, new horses, repairs of harness and carts, repairs to supply house, surveyors' sjuppllca, tools and repairs of same, mere-stones and sotting same, purchase tOd care of pumps, troughs and drinking fountains post age, carriage Mr 4, car fare, etc 8,500.00 Care Public Bath.... 3.204.00 Permanent Pavements 12,000.00 farms C.,..Btuus uLseases. . . . Disinfecting houses.... Removing garbage Abating nuisances. Medical Inspectors Schools of 300.00 600.03 500.00 11,000.00 100.30 1,200.00 Total $25,300.00 BOARD OF ASSESSORS. Salaries (5) Assessors $10,000.00 Clerical assistance, to in clude making Transfer Book 1,400.00 Custom House record of vessel owners SO.OO Carriage hire and street car tickets 100.00 Contingent expenses 60.00 Total $11,680.00 REGISTRAR OF VITAL STATISTICS. Salary of Registrar $2,000.00 Salary of Clerk.. 1,400.00 Fees for Physicians, Mid wives and Sextons 1,500.00 Repairing Old Records 150.00 Total $5,050.00 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. Current expenses $445,346.00 Special Expenses Furniture and equipment Kimberly and Woodward Avenue Schools ' 4,800.00 Additional equipment Scran ton Street School. 1,000.00 Site and new eighteen room school building and equip ment in Winchester Dis trict 80,000.00 Site and new building near Quinntplac Avenue 3,000.00 Sidewalk and curb, Kimber ly Avenue 280.00 Sidewalk and fence, Wood ward Avenue 200.00 Additional land, Wooster District 8,000.00 election 13,875.50 Injury to persons and prop erty other than land 1,000.00 r ice Text isoous and Sup- Plies 17,000.00 .extra clerical assistance for making Rate Book 600.00 Making Military Enrollment 900.00 New Haven Dispensary.... 1,500.00 Orphan Asylums Nvvw Haven 2,500.00 St. Francis' ., 2,500.00 ! Reduction of Indebtedness Si-iklng Fund Commission.. 100,000.00 I Patriotic Celebrations Fourth of July 600.00 Memorial Day 300.00 Care of Burial Lots 60.00 Board of Selectmen 700.00 City Year Book and Pamph lets 1,800.00 ! Westville School District Tax 3,000.00 Military Commutation Tax 28,000.00 1 Probate Court expenses 325.00 Land damages 500.00 oummer schools 2,000.00 Care horse Building Inspec- c, r 8O0.00 Dimiy uunuing inspector's clerk or assistant 900.00 Purchase New Library site 75,000.00 Total $542,626.00 DEPARTMENT OF PARKS East Rock Park $6,000.00 Other Parks 17,000.00 Special Expenses ; New Barn 2,700.00 Development Water Side Park 800.00 Water closets, Water Side and Bay View Parks 600.00 Beaver Ponds Purchase of land 6,000.00 Total 32,000.00 DEPARTMENT OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. Appropriation $19,000.00 COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. Salary Collector $4,000.00 Salary Chief Clerk.,, 1,500.00 Salary second Clerk 1,200.00 Salary third Clerk...- 900.00 Salary fourth Clerk, for Street Collections, Mili tary Bills and other work 780.00 Extra clerical assistance for placing Tax Liens 350.00 Total $8,730.00 BOARD OF RELIEF. Salaries $900.00 DEPARTMENT OF CORPORATION COUNSEL. Salary of Corporation Coun sel $3,500.00 Salary of Assistant Corpor ation Counsel 1,000.00 Sundries ., 1,000.00 Expenses for collection of back taxes and searching records 500.00 Expenses in Hartford 300.00 2,000.00 I I 8,500.00 I 3,000.00 200.00 1,800.00 800.00 2,250.00 89,000.00 6,333.78 1,500.00 500.00 Total DEPARTMENT OF FIRE Pay roll ........ General repairs Horses and Harness Shoeing horses Forage Sundries New rolling stock and re pairs to old, Including 0110 new engine, combination hose and chemical wagon nnd three exerclso wagons Hose , Fuel . ..; Lighting, including Howard Avenue Dial ............ Furniture , New Hydrants and setting same Repairing and resetting old hyrants Fire alarm telegraph main tenance Underground conduits and rabies, conduit ptpn and wire Fire alarm boxes $266,109.00 SERVICE. $153,625.00 2. 250.01) 2.500.0K 1,600.00 8,000.0'! 3,500.00 9,850.00 2,000.00 3,500.0') 1,200.00 250.00 600.00 500.00 1,400.00 l,5fto.on 600.00 Total $6, DEPARTMENT OF CHARITIES , CORRECTION. Superintendent's Office Salary of Superintendent.., $2, Salary of Clerks........... 2, Railroad fares and expenses Board and care Superinten dent's horse . . . . , , Telephone service ' Horseshoeing and Inciden tals Springslde Home Salurlen. Manager ,1 Matron , Assistant .Manager ....... Assistant Matron ........ Engineer Watchman ;-. ........ ... , Ward Master Ward Mistress Nurse ... ., Nurse Steward and Baker Cook Barn Master Driver Physician Chaplains General Expenses ,, Springslde Farm Salary of Farmer . I Labor General Expenses ; I Insane, care of , , , 2 Hospitals, Care and Treatment General, Grace and other Hospitals Physician Outside Poor, care of ! Special Lumber for flooring 1 New valleys and repairing i gutters on house and barn 1 Pointing els-ht chimneys... Connecting pipes with boil er No. 1 , Interior painting 33, 300.00 AND 000.00 600.00 100.00 300.00 130.00 70.00 ,200.00 300.00 750.00 240.00 730.00 730.00 400.00 300.00 375.00 375.00 450.00 240.00 300.00 300.00 200.00 300.00 ,500.00 840.00 ,860.00 ,500.00 ,000.00 600.00 200.00 600.00 700.00 300.00 160.00 480.00 100.00 $483,969.60 I, Edward A. Street, Clerk of the City of New Haven, and keeper of the reo ? ! d 'J thereof, hereby certifying that the within and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the""briginal Esti m.ad EPeni5es and Income of the City of New Haven for 1907. Attest: EDWARD A. STREET, City Clerk. HEARING ON ESTIMATES. A Committee of the Whole of the Board of Aldermen to whom was refer red the estimates for the year 1907 of the Board of Finance will hold a public hearing In the Aldermanlc Chambers. City Hall, on Friday, December 7, 1900 at 8 p. ii., All persons interested are hereby no tified to be present and be heard at that time. HENRY H. TOWNSHEND, President Attest: A. OSWALD PALLMAN, d5 3t Assistant City Clerk. Civil Service Headquarters, City of New Haven, New Haven, Conn., Nov. 23. 1906 CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION . (Clerks.) Notice Is hereby given that on Wed nesday evening, December 6, 1906, at 7:30 o'clock, in the aldermanlc chamber in City Hall, a competitive examination will be held to ascertain the fitness of candidates for vacancy of fourth clerk in the Tax Department of the City of New Haven, and for other positions that exist or may exist in Class C, where salary is from nine hundred to twelve hundred dollars per annum. Application blanks and further In formation will be furnished dally (ex cept Saturday) at room 11, City Hall between the hours of 12 and 1 o'clock' and the remaining business hours of the day at room 419, Exchange Building Applicants for said examination must file application papers, correctly certi fied, on or before Monday, December 3, 1906, at 1 o'clock p. m. FRANK S. ANDREW. President. Attest: J. p. DONOVAN, n26 9t Secretary. 15,000.00 Actual Surplus over Estimated Surplus for 1905. Estimated Surplus of Re ceipts for 1906 from New Haven County Commis sioners, account of li censes Issued, due to change of date upon which licenses expire from April 30 to October SI. . . . Estimated Surplus of Re ceipts over Expenditures for year 1906 , . Sale of present Public Lt-' brnry property or pro ceeds of City notes as a temporary loan; such notes to be issued subject to the approval of the next session of the Gen eral Assembly 11,196.40 76,000.00 30,000.00 75,000.00 Total $1.983, 245. 6$ RECAPITULATION OF ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS. Asked for. Allowed. $297,103.50 Public Works.. $254,109.00 do. Permanent Pavements Total $192,675.00 DEPARTMENT OF POLICE SERVICE. Pay roll $197,000.00 Police Alarm 3,000.00 Horses 400.00 Wnfron and Harness Repairs Repairing vehicles and har ness and purchasing blan kets, hnlters, whips Bpnnges, etc 400.00 Special Detective Service... 400.00 Sundries For expenses incidental In detecting and preventing crime, In making arrests, travel, teleprams, postage, freight, photographs, buy ing and repairing articles necessary for use in the Department, nnd for In demnity under the rules of the Department, for damage to clothing, for medical attendance 1,000.00 Commissioners' badges 40.01) Forage and shoeing horses. 1,600.00 Heating Police building (Including the City Court and Health Department, and Room 16, Police Building) J, 900.00 Lighting Police buildings (including the City Court nnd Health Department) 3,500.00 Maintaining and Repairing Buildings 800.00 Renting polling places for election, including cart ing, putting up nnd re pairing booths and ballot boxes 700.00 Total $90,130.00 TOWN CLERK. Salary Town Clerk.. $3,000.00 Salary Assistant Town Clerk 1,200.00 Salary first Clerk 936.00 Salary second Clerk........ 720.00 Salary third Clerk 720.00 Salary fourth- Clerk 720.00 Salary fifth Clerk.- 620.00 Rebindlng old volumes..... 50.00 DOR OWNERS, NOTICE! In accordance with Instructions from the Board of Al.lormnn in ity with Sections 44S3 and 4484 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Con necticut, notice is hereby given by the undersigned of the passago of the fol lowing orders which were duly ap proved by His Honor, the Mayor, Dec. 4, 1906. m ORDERED: That ori and after Thursday, December 6, 1906, until Feb ruary 28, 1907, unless this order be sooner modified, no dog shall be per mitted to go upon any of the streets, parks or public places within the lim its of the City of New Haven, unless the same be muszled securely, or be securely held in leash by some person having Immediate charge and care of the same, and further ORDERED: That no dog during the period referred to in the foregoing or der shall be allowed or permitted to bo upon any property or premises other than the property of premises occupied by the owner of such dog, or of the person having the Immediate care and custody of the same, unless such dog be securely held in leash by some per son having immediate care and custo dy of the same. v ORDERED: That all dogs which shall he found within the period Afore said not muzzled or held in leash or confined agreeably to the foregoing or ders or shall be found mad or Justly suspected to be mad shall be immedi ately killed by, or by the direction, or under the supervision of the police. ORDERED: That notice of the fore going orders be given by the City Clerk by Immediately posting a copy of these orders on tho sign posts with in the eity, and by publishing a copy thereof one or more times in two 01 more of the newspapers published in this city. Adopted by the Board of Aldermen November 26, 1906. A. OSWALD PALLMAN, Assistant City Clerk. Approved, December 4, 1906. JOHN P. STUDLEY, Mayor. Attest: EDWARD A. STREET, d5 3t City Clerk. 209,439.68 Fire 233.966.90 Police 84,546.68 Lamps 34,250.00 Health 11,680.00 Board of As- sors 670,901.00 Education .... 3S.750.00 Parks ,. 24.400.00 Library 9.050.00 Collector 900.00 Board of Relief 6,30u.uO Corporati o n Counsel 96,215.00 Charities nnd Correction . . 8,316.00 Town Clerk... 5,650.00 Registrar Vital Statistics ... 410,670.10 Sundry Account $2,042,139.46 12,000.00 $266,109.00 192.675.00 209.640.00 81.270.08 25,300.00 11,580.00 642,626.00 32,000.00 io.ono.oo 8,730.00 900.00 6,300.00 90,130.00 7,966.00 6,050.00 483,969.60 $1,983,245.68 Total $209,640.00 LAMP DEPARTMENT. Electric street lights..- $46,535.68 Street gas lamps and man tle burners 1 28.4OS.S0 Naphtha street lamps and mantle burners 3,900.00 Street sIrhs 200.00 Gas and naphtha setting and resetting...... 200.00 Salary Inspector 1,200.00 Police Signals 825.60 Total $S1 270 OS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH Salary Health Olllcer $2,000.00 Salary Clerk 1,200.00 Salary Plumbing Inspector. 1 o00 00 Salaries four Sanitary In spectors - 4,000.00 Salary Milk and Food In spector 1,000.00 Salary ejtra Milk and Food Inspector 800.00 Bacteriological work 900 1)0 Care of horse and wagon for Plumbing Inspector 300 00 Care of horse and wagon for Milk and Food Inspector ono no Sundries, Including afl,,. tional apparatus for Bac teriological work and i spection of out of town ' Total $7,966.00 DEPARTMENT OF SUNDRY ACCOUNTS. Controller's clerk hire $5,084.00 Salary City Clerk's Stenog rapher 416.00 Salary Mayor's stenographer 416.00 Printing and stationery: Furniture and olllco sup plies 6,500.00 Contingent 3 2,000.00 Advertising 6,000.00 Printing Journal and index ing 1,000.00 Salary Building Inspector.. 2,000.00 Salaries City Officers Mayor 3,500.00 Controller ,... 3,000.00 City Clerk 2,000.00 Assistant City Clerk 1,200.00 Sheriff ......... .-. 1,200.00 Treasurer 1,000.00 Treasurer's Clerk 500.00 Sealer Weights and Meas ures ,., 700.00 Mayor's Secretary 1,000.00 Salaries City Court Officers Judge 2.500.00 Associate Judge , 2,500.00 City Attorney 3,000.00 Assistant City Attorney.... 2,500.00 Clerk City Court 2,500.00 AsRistant Clerk 1,000.00 Assistant Clerk , 1,000.00 Probation Officer's fees 900.00 Pngc 60.00 Board of Supervisors of Steam Boilers 100.00 Salary Clerk Permanent Pavement Commission 200.00 ! Prosecuting Agent, cost of liquor seizures 2,800.00 Civil Service Board, expens es of 500.00 1 Care horse Sealer Weights ! and AJoasures 300.00 I Interest Account On City, Town and Schoob Bonds issued and author- ized on city notes 156,878.10 Harbor Department Clerk 125.00 Inspector 300.00 Telephone Service, for all departments excepting Fire, Police, Education and Charities and Correc tion, and including tolls and other incidentals.... 1,000.00 Board of Examiners of En gineers, clerical work.... 250.00 Carriage hire 300.00 Insurance 4,500.00 Election Account, General Registrars, Assistants, Stationery. Printing, re cording and .- correcting lists for primaries and - ' SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON SALARY OF THE SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. Special Committee on Salary of the Sealer of Weights and Measures will meet In Room 10-11, City Hall, Thurs day, December 6, 3906, at 8 p. m for the consideration of the following mat ter: Communication from His Honor, the Mayor, de amendment to the City Char ter for the abolition of fees for the sealing of weights and measures and substituting In lieu thereof a salary for the Sealer of Weights and Measures in full for all services rendered. All persons Interested in the forego ing are hereby notified to be present and to be heard thereon without fur ther notice. Per order, EMIL LOOS, Chairman. Attest: A. OSWALD PALLMAN. d4 3t , Asst. City Clerk. COMMITTEE ON RAILROADS AND BRIDGES. The Committee on Railroads and Bridges will meet In Room 13 City Hall, Thursday, December 6, at 8 o'clock p. m for the consideration of the following matters: Petition of the Consolidated Railway Company for approval of plans for the electrification of railroad tracks through "Old Shore Line Right of Way," be tween James and Ferry streets Remonstrances of Walter F. Walsh et als, against the granting of the pe tition of the Consolidated Railway Company for permission to electrify it's tracks through the Old Shore Line Route from James street to Ferry streets. All persons interested In the forego ing are hereby notified to be present and be heard thereon without further notice. Per order, W. PERRY CURTIS, Chairman. Attest: A. OSWALD PALLMAN, d4 3t Assistant City Clerk. BRIDGEPORT FIREMEN. The recent painful Injuries sustain ed by Edward C. Wheeler, a- member of the Bridgeport fire brigade, who has a record of forty years' continuous service, has again raised the question there icf the necessity of the city hav ing a fund to pension off men such as Wheeler, who have been disabled while In the perfornmnce of duty. HYPERION THEATRE TO-NIGHTTO-MORROW Weducmlnj Matinee. Tracers Vale Presents GRACE MANNING In the Stirring Romance "THE GIRL OF THE SUNNY SOUTH." The Famous Cotton Blossom Quartette. A story of absorbing interest Prices 25c, 35c, 50c. Seats Now Selling. G. B. HII''l,:iT mIT Thurs., Fri., Sat.. Dec. 6, 7, " 8, Matinee Saturday. Julius Cahn Presents , , HARRY BROWN in DAVID HARUM The Epic of the Horse Trade. Regular Popular Prices. The Clan IS COMING. an POLI'S NEW THEATRE ONE WEEli Dee. Srd. Manager Poll Presents Ned Wayburn'a ' FUTURITY. WIHNER.: 8 OTHER BIG ACTS 8 Toll Popular Prices Prevail. Box office open 9 a.m. daily. Tel. 192. BIJOU THEATRE Sylvester Z. Poll Froprietot WEEK OF DECEMBER S. ' THE STOCK COMPANY. ' : --in ...... .v Undsr Russian Skies. Poll's popular prices, 10o-20c-30c. T.aflieia'. l,Tutir, rtoll... Seats reserved in advance. Tel. '3098. THIRD GRAND BAZAAR NEW HAVEN AERIE, No. 242, F. O. E, at MUSIC HALL. Nov. 30th to Dec. 10th. Inclusive, Dancing Every Evening FREE Special i THE JOSSELIN TRIO, Aerinl Artists, From the Hippodrome, New York. YALEUN'VERSITY The. New Haven Oratorio Society. Woolsey Hall, Thursday, Dec. 6 in a Concert Performance of RICHARD WAONERH LOHENGRIN Sale of Seats, Tues., Wed.. Thurs., at 10 a. m., to 6 p. m. at the M. Steln ert & Sons Co., and at Woolsey Hall. Prices 60c, 75c, $1.00 All Soats Reserved. ' . A3 t Hotels, The Shoreham, Washington, D, C American and European Plaru Metropolitan Standard of Excellence JOHN T. DEVINE,; Prop. Try rat of f1ie Cafe Boulevard's 25cDi25c HEAL CARMAN KITCHEN. ) 67-69 Orange St KOF-BRftU HAUS. kM klgh GERMAN KITCHEN a4 tha (ollawtns buams FOUR IMPORTED BEERS Barter Bran Ptlaea ,i Hnnchener Hot-Bnra, i 2fnrabYr Tocher Bra, ' Wanbuitt Burger Bra Enough Said i HOTEL &ARDE pMlt T7b1b Depot, VKW BAVBlf, COITS, Conoccticut'3 Largest Hotel r atrlttlf TiaastaMfc VILLAGE DEITIES. (Contitntued from Sixth Pag-e.) . lighted lamps on their heads. Such is uie power or me gociaess, the people told me. that no one Is inlnrpd Tin, pujarl of the shrine declared postively that the people cut no oil or anvthinu else on their feet when they walk over. At Mysore city, where the Are walk ing ceremony is also performed, asked three men who had walked o ve the trench why thev were not hurt. Their reply was that people who wera without sin were never hurt I can nniv say that in this case their faces sadly belied their characters. From tho Nineteenth Century. TALE CLUES' CONCERT. The Tale Glee, Mandolin and Banjo clubs are to give a concert in Leaven worth hall. Waterbury. next Fridaj evening.