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KEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL frtoURIER, FRIDAY MAECH 2 a 1907
t PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. ITEMS OF INTEREST CONCERN ING NEIV JIAVEN PEOPLE Ana Other People Known In This City i Interesting Social Events Here and t ! Elsewhere. " W. R. '. H. . Trowbridige and Harold Trowbridge, who have been spending .several months with Thomas R. Trow bridge of Elm street, left "Wednesday for New York, and sailed Thursday for Sngland on the Finland. TJm second annual concert of the Coleridge Taylor Singing union. Prof. TIaesche, instructor, is booked for Tuesday evening, April 16, in Warner I hall. The program will be announced later with the names of the soloists. A very enthusiastic rehearsal was held Wednesday evening, all but one of those who will sing will be present. The sightreading class meets at ilr. Leath erberry's on Foote street. New mem- toers are welcome. The Olympics enjoyed a social Wed nesday evening in their club house in Washington avenue, West Haven. The Olympics are beginning to talk baseball and say they are going to produce a team this season that will even knock but last year's. They are already Scheduled for several erames. Mrs. Charles Dauenhauer of First avenue, West Haven, left Wednesday for Hartfordl where she will spend a few days with her friend, Mrs. Woerz. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Lunt of 15 Ilotchkiss street left yesterday for lAu- gusta, Ga., for a vacation of two (weeks. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Knowles of 177 Howard avenue entertained members and friends of the National Sunshine society at their home Tuesday evening. The house was very nicely decorated for the occasion. Green was the prevailing color. There was music by , their son Clarence, showing much ability for one so young. A solo was given by Miss Celia iNellson, who possesses a sweet and powerful voice; recitations by Mrs. A. H. Gildersleeve, which were pleasing and much enjoyed, Refreshments were served. Souvenirs for the occasion were shamrocks. '.All present enjoyed the pleasant time and wish the society urnioh success In their interests for the (needy, The iRev. John L. Wlthrow, D. D., of Boston, Mass., is visiting his niece, Mrs. Clinton S. Beardsley of Park street. The Freshman Glee club of Yale con ' eisting of thirty-two voices, furnished the program for the EJpworth league impnthly social held last evening at Trinity M. E. church. There was a very large attendance. A large number of the loeal members of the Knights of Columbus attended the meeting of Tlnto council of Milford. The officers of the council were install ed tod banqueting and after dinner speeches followed. f At the meeting of the Algonquin club In Bridgeport Wednesday evening sev eral New Haven visitors were present. ..Ttte- club Is having weekly receptions, on eveninf being set apart for differ ent nationalities and Wednesday night was Irish night. Several songs were sung by Frank S. Hamilton, jr., of this city. One of the jolllest Juvenile surprise '. MiaBquerjadie parties of the sea'son was held at the hame of Mr. and Mrs. George Nealy of West Haven Monday evening in honor of St. Patrick. A very very enjoyaible evening was spent In vocal and piano selections. A duet was rendered by Miss MdGrail and Edward Itovine. 'A flute solo was given by Matthew Leahy, "The Wearing of the Green," and Eliiabeth Carney sang "The Saucy Little Bird on Nellie's Hat." Another feature was a song and dance by Mrs. D. Tevlne. At a late hour the guests sat down to a fine re past. V OBITUARY NOTES. Funeral Services of Gertrude M. A, : Nett. . The funeral services of Miss Gertrude M. Nett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph Nett, took place yesterday morn lng at 8:30 at her late home, 83 Ash- mun street, and at 9 o clock at St, Mary's ohurch, and were largely at tended by sorrowing friends. The ser vices were conducted by Rev. Father Ford and were very impressive. There were many beautiful floral tributes. The burial was in St. Bernard's ceme tery. Stahl & Son were the funeral directors. The deceased was twenty years old and leaves many to mourn her death. , ' MISS MAE BECKER. The funeral of Miss Mae Becker was held Wednesday afternoon from her late home, 82 Gregory street. Rev. J. A. Timm officiated. There was a host of floral tributes. The interment was in. Evergreen cemetery. MRS. JOHN GREEN. Rev. W. D. Tuckey officiated at the funeral In Milford Wednesday of Mrs John Green, which Was attended by a large number of friends and relatives The pallbearers were three sons of Mrs. Green Joseph, George and John H. Green and one son-in-law, Stephen Underbill, of Waterbury. SPECIAL SERVICE TO-NIGHT. Rev. John H. Grant, of Meriden, to Preach at Dwight Place. There will be a special service in the parish house of Dwight Place church this evening at 7:45 o'clock, when Rev. Jotvn H. Grant, of Meriden, a hpeaker of striking personality, will preach. A cordial Invitation Is extended to the public to attend. The service is the first in a series of special services in connection with the Easter religious observances. The second will be held next Tuesday and on Wednesday there will be a union service for parishioners of Cal vary Baptist, Plymouth Congregation al, Trinity M. E. and Dwight Place churches. INCREASE OF $300,000. Stockholders of Illuminating Company Authorize New Stock. ; Stockholders of the United Illuminat- 6 c A One Day's Sale In The House-keepers Basement There's Economy in every line so don't. miss one. We're planning ahead for House-Cleaning time. Wooden Ware 60c Ironing, Boards, 39c $1.25 Folding Ironing Tables, 95c 75c Folding Wash Bench, 43c 100 Best Clothes Pins, Bo 50-foot Cotton Clothes Line, 9o Strong Hard Wood Stepladders, 3-step, 69o 4-etep, t 98o , 5-step, $1.10 6-step, $1,25 Curtain Stretchers, with Easel, $1.25 Never-Sag Curtain Stretchers, 98c S5c White Birch Rolling Pins, 19o Brooms and Brushes . ; 15o Corn Whisk Broom, 9o $1.50 All-Bristle Floor Brush, fop hardwood floors, . . 98c 25c All-Bristle Dust Brush, 19c $1.00 Wool Wall Duster, long han dle, , 75c 25c Rattan Carpet Beaters, 19o 15c Special Scrub Brush, 7o 25c Bristle Stove Brush, 15o Special Sink Brush, value 10c. Sale Price, 3c each Long Black Coats For Spring, Of light-weight Panama, Silk lined throughout and half silk lined. . $19.50 to $30.00 ing company, of this city, have re elected the board of directors and vot ed to authorize an increase in the cap ital stock to the amount of $500,000. This capital will be used to carry on the laying of underground conduits In the center of the business section of the city, as previously described. This work will of course be expensive at the start, but In its permanency, safety and utility will more than justify the expenditure. And you will not need to 'l- of Boss Crackers in the pantry W fL jf Jt fortifies a hostess against unexpected callers. 'y Jl jl S) ProPeres f e wheat berry, in ( JW l 'vAv i .tsf 'ifij upbuilding and fortifying the system against ?? ''-'M disease. Boss Crackers are the essence of a1 xU sslH " '''f :Wpure nou"sng wheat, and retain '"ySyi S N Ljjj Q- every particle of the rich food value of Ntul Jli the grain. Every cracker is stamped wili gjp& f1 the letters B-O-S-S for your protection. Over 45 different kinds, I i mmm Don t acceDt a substitute, insist on (rettinc the rrarJcpr witri 7 $ wai-s' renutAtion. Ol BOSS' III B hMAfiyr?'..! 1 ' tn j - - - I n htii New Haven's Most Reliable Department Stora ....The Store Is en The Spring Opening Show The Salon for French and New York Hats and our own Fine mo dels, is just as fascinating today as on the first day of the Opening although you wqn't see the same Hats. Hats op to $50 Some of them have been sold. Others have taken their places however. There wasn't room to show all the Hats we imported. Then further along in the handsome Millinery Salon are the Hats at $5, $6 and $8 and pretty Hats even as Low as $3.98 are among the Opening Hsts. U.S. Mail Laundry Soap Detained by the floods in the west. to atone for the many disappointed we offer for this sale only 10 Cakes for 25c Miscellaneous Bo Asbestos Iron Holders, 3c Bo Asbestos Mats, 3c 10c Asbestos Toasters, 7c 40e Flounce or Sleeve Irons, 25c Nickeled Sad Irons, old-fashioned kind, hold the heat, B-lb. 25c; 6-lb. 30c; 7-lb. 35c 2-Quart Bottle Ammonia, -o Big Bargain Wringer, made by American Wringer Co., warranted satisfactory; regular price, $3.25. Special Price, $2.69 Long Novelty Coats For Spring No two are alike, some very smart Long Cots for now, in grey, black and white effects : $22.50 to $30.00 New Haven's Most Reliable Department Store TO Holders of United States 4 Per Cents. An advertisement of Interest to hold ers of United States 4 per cent, bonds, maturing July 1 next, is that of the Chas. W. Scranton company, . invest ment brokers, 103 Orange street, to be found in our financial advertisement department. They are prepared to take the above named bonds at par and full interest to maturity in payment for choice Investment securities paying I from 4 to 6 1-2 per cent., a list of men win be furnished on application. Bi'Vl'..! - - " .Ski Sold by all Grocers Save Boss Coupons for the little onec. C. D. BOSS (D, SON, Nw London, - fete For.... Wooden Ware 25c Extra Towel Rollers, 19c 5c WhHe Wood Butter Spades, 3o 15c Best Mop Sticks, 9c 15c 3-arm Towel Bars, 9o 40c 8-arm Towel Bars, 29c 75c Empire Clothes, Dryers, 49c 98c Standing Clothes Horse 69c 1Ee Pronged (Clothes Stick, 9o 25c Covered Sloeve Boards, 19c 5c Hard Wood Toothpicks, 2c pkg Soaps and Polishes Pride of Kitchen, 3c each Potash or Lye, 9c can Chloride of Lime, i 9e Sapollo Stove Pipe Enamel, 12o 10c Parlor Pride Stove Polish, 5c Gold Dust, 1 package to a customer, regular 4-lb sirs, 16o 25c Electrlo Metal Polish, 19c 25c Edith Silver Polish, 19c Peterman's Roach Food, 9c Peterman'8 Discovery, . 12o Pure Borax, ' ' 8c pkge Proctor & Gamble Fels-Naphtha Laundry Soap, ,. 4c bar Stylish Black Jackets For Spring . ' Lightweight Broadcloth Black Jackets in the new tut, and very stylish. .-)' $13.50, $16.50 to $18.50 PURCHASE 19 AUTHORIZED Controller Rowe Will Obtain Outfit for Sealer of "Weights and Measures, The regular meeting of the board of finance was held last night and Con troller Jonathan N. Rowe was author ized to purchase a testing outfit for Sealer of Weights and Measures Ed ward J. Maroney. The outfit, will be purchased from the Standard Scale company of New. York, and will cost $195. It will be adopted for testing jewelers' scales and metric measurements. AUTOMOBIIE EXPOSITION. SUCCESSFULLY OPENED AT THE STATE ARMORY. Many Beautiful and Handsome Ma chines on Exhibition Snow Was Largely 1 Attended Last Night and Will Remain Open Vntll the 80th Boston Ladles' Orchesra Discourse Fine Music. , The automobile exhibition given un der the auspices of Troop A, C. NV G., had a very successful opening at the state armory on Meadow street last night. ' The armory has been tastefully decorated for the occasion and the booths with the various exhibits are arranged in the center of the building, while the smaller machines and other cnntrivatippa Connected with the auto are arranged along the sides and at the extreme end. The show is under the management of William E. Dob bins and he has been successful in get ting the various manufacturers to send their1 best and latest designs in all kinds of machines for exhibition. The show will remain open during the com ing week and it is expected tnat peo ple from all over the state interested in the automobile will visit the exhibition. During the afternoon and evening the ladies' orchestra from Boston will play selections of un-to-date music. They consist of the following well known lnrtv soloists. Miss Lillian U. iiaira, violinist; Anna F. Lareom, conetist; Marguerite Noble, 'cellist; Angle Mc Donald, fluitist, and Luiu iiuz, pian ist; all grades of 'New England conser vatory music. Another feature of the week will be the typewriting contests which will be, open to all comers free of expense. First, second and third prizes of a val uable nature will be given to the win ners. The judges will be selected from the schools and business colleges of this city. It is expected that these contests will be interesting and excitin- gin many ways. The Sportsman's show in New York also sent exhibits and Captain Louis Sorches will show feats in deep sea diving. The Royal Turnout car, one or the latest and most up to date machines, ia being exhibited during the week. This car'' is said to be the best work of the carriage makers' art and It has many features seen In other cars. The oviiibltors are the Atlas, Hoyal Tourist, Locomobile, Olds, Boilck, lAuto no,, -crhltn Steamer. Denison Co., Thomas Flyer, Knot, Cadillac, Conti nental, Reo, Bridgeport. Motor -o., Bowers Co., Bobeox, Jack's Touring Car Co., Pope-Hartford, Pope-Toledo, and Pope-Tr)bune. All of the above sent types of their various macnines suit able for all purposes. In many cases one company exhibits three different types of cars. Experts are also pres ent and will gladly explain the fine points of the different cars which they represent. The Elimination car which won, the above named race is exhibited by the Locomobile company. Other exhibitors are the Maley Motor cycle exhibit, the, Bowers Motor Cy cle exhibit, the New England Engineer ing company's electrical exhibit, the Colonial Lumber and Rubber exhibit, Crescent Automobile supply exhibit, the Sanford Motor Co. evhiblt and others. AT NEW HAVEN THEATER, Funny Musical Skit, "Tom, Dick and Harry," Scores Success. If you want to laugh and grow fat, if you want to forget the cares and worries of the day, visit the New Ha ven theater, and spend a. few hours enjoying the Innocent mirth served up by "Tom, Dick and Harry." They are a jolly trio, and are supported by an excellent company of singers, dancers and tn'irth makers. The audiencei last evening was large and enthusiastic. From the time the curtain goes up until the last joke has been uttered, and the last strain ,of music has dieg away, the play Is ln- BOSS' LITTLE LUNCH MILK Ct. BISCUIT t, - teresting and entertaining. There is a well drilled chorus of pretty girls who can sing an unusual accomplishment for the ordinary popular priced musical play the scenes are cleverly arranged, and the costumes handsome. Without the three chief fun makers, Bickel, Watson and Wrothe, the play would succeed; wfth them it is a very decid ed success. They are hoboes of the con ventional type.and first appear on the parade ground at West Point, where they perform a number of .stunts, and completely mystify "Colonel Bluff," who was with Wheeler at San Juan, and never omits an opportunity to tell it. From the historic Hudson the scene shifts in the second act to -"Porto Do mingo," a mythical Centr$ American republic, wherein whoever wears a cer tain high and peaked hat is president so long as he keeps the hat oh his head. Dick appropriatesthe hat, and rules more or less turbulently. Several specialties are introduced that prove meritorious. 1 In the cast are Fanny Thatcher (formerly Mrs. Al Reeves) and Louise Auber, botli charming young women of much grace and beau ts'. . There will be three more perform ances, to-night, Saturday matinee, and Saturday evening. Popular prices. HELD ON TECHNICAL CHARGE, Serious Charge Probable Against X L. Barretti Jay L. Barrett, twenty years old, of 744 Sa-vin avenue,' ' was arrested last night by (Detectives Dorman and Daly on a charge of Idleness; but it was stated by Captain Cowles that ' this might be changed to something more serious. He is held under $500 'bonds. ROUTE FOR GREAT AUTO fOUR. What are pronounced to be satisfac tory conclusions to all interested parties as to the rules and route of the next annual tour of the American lAuto mobile association were . reached Thursday, March 20, conference of re presentalves of the :N, A. A. M. and tha A. A. A. touring boad. This was to be expected from the personal .of the joint committee, which was, made up of Windsor T. White, Benjamin Briscoe and George W. Beinnett, oh behalf of the ,N. A. A.. M., and Chairman Hower, Secretary Lewis and Philip S. Fllnn, representing the A. , A, IA. touring board. Pending ratification by the A. A. A. touring board, a tentative route, start ing at Cleveland, embracing Chicago, Pittsburg and Philadelphia, and windng up in this city,, was chosen. The . in termediate routes will admit of wide variations, and. will not be announced, very wisely, in view 5f last yei-'s ex perience, until hotel men can b seen as to rates and accommodations. In the meantime motorists may get out maps and guess all they ploa.se. It is believed that the touring board Is figuring on u run. of some 1,600 miles, to be covered in. nine or ten days of ac tual running, embracing stopovers of a Sunday in Chicago tuvd a day in one. or more other places, .making a tour of a fortnight. .This., will figure out am average of perhaps. 150 miles a day . District of ifew Haven, ss. r Probate Court,' March 21st, 1907. ' ESTATE OF HIRAM MANSFIELD, late of New Haven, in said District, dc- ceased. Frederick . B. Holt, . of New Haven, having made written application pray ing that administration of said, estate may be granted as by said application on file in' this Court more fully ap pears, it is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court' of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 28th d.iy of March, 1907, 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 co all parties interested in said estate, by publishing this order three times in a newspaper having a circulation in said District. By the Court. . m22 3t JOHN L. GILSON, Clerk. NEW HAVEN TAXES AND. WEST- ILI.E SCHOOL DISTRICT TAXES. The subscriber elves notice to all persons liable for taxes In New Haven on 190H list and payaDio April 1, 1907, for the City and Westville School Dis trict, that he will commence to receive taxes on said lists on April 1, 1907, at his office, No. 8, City Hall, Church Street. Regular office hours, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.j Saturdays 9 a. m. to 1 p m. FRANCIS G. ANTHONY, Collector of above Taxes. New Haven, Conn. W13 21t NOTICE. The Bureau of Compensation will hold a public hearing in Room 13 City Hall. March 1907, at x o'clock.! n. m. At that time and place opportunity will be given to all who desire to be heard in relation to tne assessment or bene fits for the construction of a sewer in the following streets: Adeline street between West street and Boulevard. Button street between Spring street and Putnam street. Christopher street between Columbus avenue ana fortsea street. Castle street between James street. and Monroe street. Sperry street between Goffe street and Whalley avenue. Chatham street, between Rowe street ana Atwnter street. BtREAtr OF COMPENSATION, m22 3t B. N. BLATCHLEY, Clerk, CALIFORNIA and Faclflc Const Points ' AT Remarkably Low Rate During March and April SOUTHERN PACIFIC Offers Choice of Routes Inquire 170 Washington St., Bostoi FRENCH LINE. CouiDuiiUle Generate TrunaatluntiquK Olrect Line to HAV RE tAUUS, Frano baUiiig every THURSDAY, 10 a. m. From pier 42, North River -Mew York. La Gascogne Mar. 23 La Provence Mar. 28 La Touraine Apr. 4 La Bretnage Apr. 6 La Savoie Apr. 11 La Touraine Apr. IS Twin-screw steamers. Apply to French Line 19 State St., N. Y. or Swoez-iy & Kelsey, 10J Churck St, Bishop & Co., 183 Orange St., Parish & Co, it Orange St. art ford B !n ; ".- :uo, y:&4, . 1.2(1 918 D. m ' D,ou ':05' 54, 8:30. ld &in ni.tt' ;:,wv' . "'i -a.iu. :u AVh t m- Bundays 4 -10 (to ulrtX rlnKeld, Etcl:07 Hartford.Hdrt!' 6:3B. i5, 8:55 (to p. m. j 7-85 L ),i ffl,)!?'wl,Ill"'!. o Fitehbi t 4) Tn, 1:35 (t? Worcester and in a DU ). -02 p. tn. Sundays 7:20 p. 12?9n',?je!!,,,:n,e PbI, etc 7:B0 n. TTV 00 (to For U'D4kll : P- - . kSTwi" 1H35 a- m- 6:0. 3:45 p. m. m.! 6:40 p! mi40 Sundays-8:30 a. Pnft.'" .Bnd I"iermedliit 4-iK T6:0 Y,la Bridgeport) 9:35 a. m. BridgJioS: SunJay- 7:56 a. m. via Bundays 7:56 a. m. (via Brldgepoft.) Tft f.ptss irai,,s- HParlor car limited. n tu V7 Junction, x Loeal express. O. M. RrtEPAltD, F. C. COLBY, Gen 8 opt. ; Asst. Gen. Pass. AsU NfiWHilFfil SffiifflllK 1,113 Wo to Nw York. EXCURSION TICKETS. M.2R. . STEAMER RICHARD PECK. cii'J"1 cwn Haven Steamer leaves steamer at any time after 10:00 p. m. , . " 1,c".Iur nieamer leaves Pier 20 East River, foot of Peck Blip v' """J except Bunaay. lime between New Haven and New York about five hours. i.Formtl':kets and staterooms apply at the offlee on Belle Dock; also at Bishop ..r,J,lB.PranSe st- and on steamer. The NEW ENGLAND NAVIGATION CO. v. uiuck, Agent, metr Maven. Starln's N.Y.&N.H.Llno DAILY' EXTEPT SATT7T?TiV PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICE Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leave! new orK a:uu p. m., Cortland Street, Pier No. 13, N. R. Fare 76o, exourslod tickets $1.26. Rooms II. Takt Chap el Street cars to Brewery Street- No passenger boats until . further notice. . C. H. FISHWIl. Asrenfc New Haven. Conn. Jiamburg-American. PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURG-HAMBURa. Amerlka Mar 21 I Waldersee Apr,' 6 Patricia Mar, 23 , Bluecher, Apr. 11 Penns'y Mar. 30 I Batavia Apr. IS These steamers are equipped with Grill Room, Gymnasium, Electrio Bath. etc. , TOURIST BUREAU. and general Information about foreign travel. Traveler's Checks, good all over the world. HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, 35-87 Bromlwny, N. Y. Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St., M. Zundcr'ft Son, 249 State St.; J. H. Par ish & Co.,, 86 Orange street.; Bishop ft Co. 185 Orange St.; H. Bussman, 71 Orange St . pLLiND-HCA LIRE: HI NEW YORK ROTTERDAM, via BOULOGNE f Sailincs Wednesdays as uer sailine list Stat'dam, Mar. 27 I Potsdam, Apr. 17 Noordam, Apr.- 3 I N.Am'dam, Ap. 2.4 Ryndam, Apr. iu Btat naam May i Hollnnd-Anierlcn Line, SO B'way, N. Y. Or any loeal agent. AMERICAN LINE Plymouth Cherbourg Southampton From New York Saturdays at 9:30 a. m; si TjouIs. Mar. 23 1 Celtic, Apr. 6, n'n. Phila., Mar. .30. 'New-York,- Apr. 13 RED STAR LINE New York Dover Antwerp. Finland, Mar. 23. I Kroonland, Apr. 6 Zeeland, Mar. 30. I Vaderland, Apr. 13 Piers 14 and 15 N. River, Office, 0 llronil way, Bowling: Green Building, N. Y Bishop & Co., 185 Orange St.; M. Zun der & Sons, 249 State St.; J. H. Parish & Co., 86 Orange St.; Sweezey & Kfcl ey, 102 Church St., Now Haven, eod-u White Star Line im York, Queenstown, Livepsol riri,. Mm 2 I Baltic, Apr. 10 Orennlc, Mar. 27 I ni"itlc. Apr. 17. Teutonic, April 3. ICedrlc, April 19. Flymouth-C herbourg-Southampfn Celtic, April 6, noon) Slay 4, 11 a. m. Adrlntle. .May 22, lp.m. June 10, JnlylT Teutonic. .Mny20,10a.m. JuneSO, Jnly24 Oceanic. . . .June 5. 2 p.m. July 8. July 31 Mnleslic. .June 12,10 a. in. July 10, An. 7 New, 25,000 tons; has elevator, Gym nasium, Turkish baths and band. Boston, IJueensiown, Livsrpml. Fast Twin Screw Mail Steamers, of 11.400 to 15.800 tona. CYMRIC, Mnr. SO, 11 a. m.( Apr. 25 Arabic, May 0. I Republic, Kay 30 MEDITERRANEAN" 'AZORES. FROM NEW YORK. Republic, April 20, 10 a. m. FKOM BOSTON. Canopic, April 10, 8:30 a. in.) May 18. Romanic; Apr. 27, 0:30 a. m.,- June 8 For plans, etc., apply to Company' Office, a Broadway, N. Y. or 84 State St.. India Building, Boston, or to Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church street. Bishop at Co.. 185 Orange street; J. H. Parish Si Co., 88 Orange street, New Haven, Conn. ' tn25 mwt Mrs. Trust Magnate (newly rich) I want one of ' them octopus-shaped rooms for the library. Cynical architect So appropriate,, dear madam. Baltimore American, For N. inn1a"r' 8 X650T S?m!1B t'P' 4:45' 6:H 10:30 l(.'ii.915' 8:4u- 8'S5. 10:01) 10-02 .ll-ns Fridays). xifii S ib ii.no m" 12:64. 1:10. 1:41. ford'), Vol 113 6:55 t0 Hart-' 1:07' CoV8-0!' .V'O P. m. Sundays a. m 6:4. 7:05. 9r36 7 J"?. Anonld6:Bg, ?:0J 6-00 7'in ."h 1S:10 2'36. Z:1S. B-18. li:3U7l0' .SundayS8:30.