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THE CONTAGIOUS HOSPITAL
NERVOUS WOMEN
Brooklyn; Dunn, of Willimantic; Hig-
gins and Kinggbury, of Coventry, and
CLARET
Zabriskie, of Preston, and it was
On A Mm a otmmI .
through tie efforts of the oposition
that the referendum amendment was
w ccn inwrtsoa,
five cents a word fn ..)
FAVORABLE REPORT OX BILL TO
AUTHORIZE BOSD ISSVE.
time "Tea
passed.
NEW HAVES HOUSING! JOUENAt AND COURIER.1 WEDNESDAY APRIL JO 1S07
S P
E C I A L
i
Sale of
Hosiery
Samples
for Women at
35
cents
a pair
Wednesday at
8 a. m.
We are rather fortunate to
be able to offer you SAMPLE
HOSE, especially a1 this
time of year; and you are for
tunate, too, to be able to se
cure such a bargain. How
ever, we will place on sale
45 dozen of the finest "SAM
PLES" we've ever had.
There's nothing In the lot
worth less than 50c a pair,
and up to 75c. The lot In
cludes all of the popular ef
fects embroidered, lace and
gauze lisle. In blue, pink, red,
grey, tan and black. One
day of brisk selling will clean
out the vyhole lot.
SPECIAL AT
35c
A PAIR.
GARTER COMPANY TO LOCATE IN
THIS CITY.
Articles of incorporation were filed
yesterday in the state secretary's of
fice at Hartford by the Cross Garter
company, which has been organized
with a capital stock of $20,000, and
which is to locate in this city.
The incorporators are T. K. Webster,
jr., of Evanston, 111., Paul Webb of
New York and Montford S. Orth of
Brookline, Mass.
The concern is to manufacture and
sell wearing apparel.
SUPERNUMERARY POLICE EXAM
INATION. Will Be Held at Boardman School In
stead of in City Hall.
It was announced last night that the 1
examination of candidates for super
numerary in the police department will
be held to-night in the Boardman
school instead of in city hall. It was
found that the large number of candi
dates could not be handled in the aler
manlc chamber.
At Your GrocenjfGood For GwmjChildrei$
IP
Delicious -Treth'Crlsp end Nutritious
The Double House
1303 and 1305 Chapel Street
Corner Gill.
Lot 96x100 feet with commodious barn on
adjoining lot, 22x40 feet. The house has twen-ly-four
rooms, is well built and in excellent re
pair having been recently renoated inside and
out. It has separate entrances from a common
vestibule, and is suitable for use by two families
or as a large boarding house, or could be easily
adapted for use as a Club House. It is situ
ated in one of the healthiest and pleasantest
parts of New Haven and in a section rapidly
growing in value.
Five minutes' walk from the center.
The best vaule in real estate now offered.
Bill Concerning Salaries of City Of
ficials Recommended Guno Scores a
Victory Senator Farrcl on Capitol
Graft Matter.
Hartford, April 9. In toe house to
day the following reports concerning
New Haven matters were accepted:
Amending the charter of the city
concerning a building inspector; con
cerning a. commissioner- of records;
concerning a sinking fund commission;
and unfavorable on a bill concerning
the salaries of city court officials; also
favorable on the matter of abatement
of taxes in Fair Haven East, and in
corporating the New Haven County
Bar association.
Favorable reports came In to create
a board of finance ip Danbury; au
thorizing the building of public floats
in Norwalk; amending the charter of
the city of New Haven concerning the
jurisdiction of the city court, and au
thorizing the city to issue $100,000 in
bonds for a contagious disease hospi
tal.
Among other favorable reports ac
cepted were these: Bill concerning sal
aries of city officials of the city of New
Haven; concerning the fire department
of Waterbury: that all sales of milk
and cream shall be by wine measure;
authorizing the proper officials to ap
point milk Inspectors; imposing a fine
of $100 tor selling or offering for sale
milk that has been adulterated with
water; unfavorable on the petition for
tire incorporation of the Yalesville Wa
ter company.
i From the calendar the bill to amend
the barbers' commission was passed
after an amendment to abolish the fees
had failed and after an amendment had
been added providing for the examina
tion of barber shops at least once in a
year.
The bill which has been on the cal
endar for some time, regarding safety
appliances on elevators, was recommit
ted.
Toe following bills were passed from
i the calendar:
I . Incorporating the Cheshire School
Trust company; amending the charter
. of the W. L. Gilbert Clock company,
increasing its directorate and capital
stock; extending the time for the ac-
' ceptance of an amendment to the char
I ter of the Putnam Light and Power
company; authorizing the state treas
urer to sell certain land in Meriden; in
corporating the Manufacturers' Marine
and Fire Insurance company; releasing
the state in the estate of Lydla Judd,
of Fairfield.
GUNN SCORES A VICTORY.
Democratic Leader of House Kills Bill
for Removal of Brooklyn Savings
Bank.
Hartford, April 9 The quickness of
Representative Gunn, the leader of the
democrats In the house, to take ad
vantage of an opportunity to use par
liamentary rules to accomplish an end
was illustrated to-day when he moved
to indefinitely postpone the matter of
a"thorizing the removal of tiie Brook
lyn Savings bank from that town to
Danielson, The house as quickly voted
to postpone, and probably the matter Is
killed for this session.
A battle was fought on this measure
In the senate last Thursday, when Sen
ator Luther tried his best to have the
bill amended so as to give the deposit
ors the right to gay whether or not they
wanted the bank removed to a new lo
cation, but Senator Keeney, of the com
mittee on banks, was able to secure
passage of the bill as reported. To-day
in the house there was an (hour's de
bate on the measure, and an amend
ment to give the depositors the refer
endum was passed.
A question then arose as to the mo
tion before the house, the speaker and
Representative E. S. Banks- differing
on this matter. Representative Gunn
moved to postpone indefinitely, and up-
on his motion being put the house so
voted.
In the discussion Representative
Hooker, of the committee on banks,
asked for the acceptance of the report
and the passage of the bill. He was
opposed by Representative Ingalls, of
in
IN THE SENATE.
Hartford, April 9. Tiie following
bills were rejected on unfavorable re
ports by the senate to-day: Amending
the charter of New London regarding
fees of the prosecuting attorney (action
rescinded and the matter recommitted);
concerning employes in the department
of education at Waterbury; regarding
the lighting of railroad bridges; con
cerning county expenditures at Nor
walk; amending the charter of the
Consolidated road for a line from
Uncasville to Montville, for a line from
Norwich to Groton, and for a liquor
dispensary at Bristol.""
From the calendar the bills making
appropriations for sundry civil pur
poses were passed. Tiie amounts in
clude these: Insurance commissioner.
$62,000, as against $67,000 two years ago;
railroad commissioners, $26,000, the
same as before; fish and game com
missioners, $"22,800, as against $26,000
two years ago; shell fish commissioners,
$18,200, as against $18,900 two years ago.
Other bills passed were these: Incor
porating the Waterbury and Milldale
Tramway company; Incorporating the
People's Savings bank og New Britain;
extending the time of organizing the
United Hatters of North America; con
cerning the expenses of toe court of
common pleas of Litchfield county.
Additional bills rejected upon unfa
vorable reports were these: Amending
the charter of the city of Meriden re
garding paving bonds, water rents and
police benefit fund.
A favorable report was made on the
petition of Louis Fisk for an amend
ment to the charter of the Damascus
railroad in Branford.
CAPITOL GRAFT MATTER.
About $10,000 Distributed Among Forty
six Persons Two Years Ago, Senator
Farrel Declares.
Hartford, April 9. From the foot of
the calendar, where it had reposed for
several weeks, the bill, drawn by Sen
ator Chase, prohibiting the granting
of gratuities to capital attaches and
others, was caled up by Senator Far
rel, of the committee on legislative ex
penses, to-day and a debate began on
it. Mr. Farrel at some length went
into the subject as developed in the
committee hearings, being prepared to
show by figures the amounts given
by the general assembly two years
ago. Senator Farrel said that about
$10,000 was distributed among forty-six
persons last session.
On motion of Senator McGovern the
matter was made the order of the day
for next Tuesday noon.
AMATEUR MINSTRELS.
Gambl & Desmond Troune Delieht
Big Audience. , 1
The minstrel enetrtalnment given by '
the Employes' Mutual Aid association
of the Gamble-Desmond company at
Harmonle hall last night was one of .
the best amateur performances ever
given here. About 600 people were :
present, and they gave the actors a
big, noisy enthusiastic reception. All
the members showed a lot of origin
ality. Miss Alice Moriarity, who is
soon to appear in vaudeville, sang
"Holding Han'ls," and an encore in a
delightful style.
There were twelve musical numbers
on the programme, and so generous
was the applause In each case It would
be Impossible to say who was the star
performer. The proceeds of the enter
tainment, a very. considerable amount,
go into the treasury of the Aid asso
ciation. DRY GOODS CLERK ARRESTED.
Detective Ward Brings Three Counts
of Theft Against Ellis C. Cass.
EMIs C. Cass, a clerk in one of the
local stores was arrested last night by
Detective Ward on three counts of
theft. It is said that Cass has carried
on a systematic course of stealing for
about six weeks. The firm which
brings the charge has missed a large
quantity of fine hosiery, it Is alleged,
which was taken by Cass.
Cass is twenty years old. He came
to this city recently from New York,
where he was employed by the firm of
Bloch & Co., at 34 Maiden lane. He has
previously borne a splendid reputation.
Friends furnished bonds of $200 for
him last night. The case will be given
a hearing in the city court this morning.
The ChatfLeld Paper Co.
Most complete line of Paper and Twine in State
- , -.
Connecticut's Largest
Carpet, Rug and Drapery Store
We handle everything for Floor Covering and sell
' on the lowest cash basis.
RUGS.
In all sizes and qualities that are made.
MATTINGS.
An immense stock of our own importation New, fresh
goods, and the finest manufactured
OIL CLOTHS AND LINOLEUMS.
Both Imported and Domestic.
CARPETS.
AH the standard makes of Ingrain, Brussells, Axminsters
and Wiltons. '
You can rely on our fabrics. We supply expert work
men and guarantee satisfaction.
The Window Shade Go.
75-81 Orange Street, New Haven, Conn;
ft. i V, ,1J
1 at f,J
Vlnol Restored the Health of Miss
Hl.iir, Prt-Mldent of Sophomore Club
Miss Rose Blair, president Sopho
more Club, Kansas City, writes: "Last
spring I was all run down, nervous and
irritable. I lost my appetite and could
not sleep. I tried many medicines with
out benefit. Your cod liver preparation,
Vlnol, -vas recommended, and it cer
tainly worked wonders for me. It was
delicious and not at all like the greasy
cod liver oil and emulsions I was used
to. Vlnol gave me a hearty appetite,
and restored me to perfect health and
strength."
Vinol cures conditions like this, be
cause it contains all of the curative
medicinal elements found in cod liver
oil without a drop of the useless oil to
upset the stomach and retard its work,
and tonic iron added, and it strengthens
every organ in the body.
W ask every run-down, nervous, de
bilitated, aged or weak person in New
Haven, an de-vcry person suffering from
stubborn colds, hanging-on coughs or
bronchial troubles, to try Vlnol on our
guarantee to return money if it fails.
Hull's Corner Drug Store. ,
Note. While we are sole agents for
Vinol In New Haven, it is now for sale
at the leading drug store in nearly
every town and city in the country.
Look for the Vlnol agency in your
town. Hull's Corner Drug Stores, cor
ner State and Chapel streets; corner
Howard and Congress avenues.
PROTEST AGAINST FOREMAN.
Railroad Mechanics Refuse to Work.
A committee composed of boilermak
ers employed at the shops of the New
Haven road in this city called on rep
resentatives of the management to pro
test against the employment of a for
mer foreman in their department
against whom it was, stated to-day
some of the men harbor an unfriendly
feeling, because of the part this man
Played In the strike of these men a ,
few months ago. j
una DonermaKcr sam mat curing me
strike tins man s actions were unaecici
ely unfriendly to the union men who
went out, and for that reason they re
fuse! to work with him. Other rea
son's for that action wem given to the
company's officers, it wis said, but of
these none of the committee would
speak.
Shortly after the settlement ot the
boilermakers' strike at the shops here
this foreman quit his Job and has been
working elsewhere for the past ' few
years. He was engaged'Jjay one of the
present foremen at til, shops a few
days ago. The company has taken this
complaint under consideration. Mean
while the former foreman is not work
ing. COLORED WAITER IN TOILS.
Elmer C. Anderson Charged With Rob
bing Gas Meters.
Elmer C. An-Jerson, a colored waiter
at Brusle's cafe, was arrested last
night by Detective McAvoy on a charge
of theft. It is alleged that Anderson
has robbed the gas meter at the placo
of amounts aggregating $20. Anderson
was arrested and convicted for the like
offense two years ago. He has been
away from the city for eight years,
with the exception of a short time two
years ago.
WOOD WORKERS.
Open Meeting to be Held This Evening.
The mill and bench hands of local
Union of Woodworkers, No. 611, will
hold an open meeting Wednesday even
ing, April 10, at Union hall, 97 Orange
street, and a cordial invitation is ex
tended to all woodworkers to bo pres
ent. A general officer from headquar
ters will address the meeting. The dis
cussion will be on unionism, and the
development of the order in this sec
tion. 293-302
state Street
CHAT. DE VILLE
GEORGE 1894
Chateau
imported
ago. A
bottling
7 years
wine of
quality and char
acter! In Quarts only,
original cases of one
dozen.
$9.25
THEO. KEILER
ruaeral Director u Kaabalne
PS State Street, ear. Him.
BRANCH OFFICE
455 Campbell Arcane, West Rnrea.
AtMOUIWEMENT.
I desire to announce to my friends and the
nnhlic generally, that pendimr a readjustment
0f my aiTairs calls intended for me may be
sent t0 Messrs. Lewis & Maycock, No. 1112
Chapel Street. All work will receive prompt
ancj carefu attention. Telephone 675.
Undertaker
DEATHS.
BISHOP In this cltv. on Tuesday ev
enlng, April 9, 190", Mary Campbell
Brown, widow of John Wallaco
Bishop, In the 83rd year of her age
Funeral services will be held at her
late residence, No. 59 York square
on Friday afternoon at liair-past a
o clock. Friends are invited to at
tend. . a10 2t
BOWERS Suddenly at the family
residence, 20!) Crown street, on April
9th, 1907, Dwlght Eliot Bowers, in
his 42nd vour. Funeral private.
GORDON In this city, April 8, 1907,
Lizzie Ann Gordon, wife of Frederick
V. Gordon.
Funeral services will be held at No. 85
Ward street on Thursday afternoon
at hiilf-niist two o'clock. Friends
are Invited to attend, alO It
MIMATlTnVl AtMANAC.
APRIL 10.
S Rises !:2t I Moon Rises I H'h Whtvt
S Sets 6:25 4:39 10:08 p. m,
District of New Haven, ss. Probate
Court, April !lth, 1907.
ESTATK (IK LI0VI I VMS. late of New
Hiiven, in said District, deceased.
Tim TniHleo. having exhibited his ac
onnnt with said estate to this Court for
allowance. It is
ORDKRKD, That the 16th day of
April, 1!M)7, at ten o'clock in the fort
noon, at a Court of Probate to be hold
at New Haven, in said District, be ap
pointed for a hearing on the allowance
of said account, and that notice of the
time and place of said hearing be giv
en by publishing this order three times
in some newspaper having a circula
tion in said District.
By the Court,
alO 3t JOHN L. GILSON, Clerk.
District of New Haven, ss. Probate
Court, Anrll 8, 1fl07.
ESTATK OP CHARLES T, SH ELTON,
of New Haven, in said District, ab
sent and unheard of for over seven
vears.
The City of New Haven, by James
Kingsley 'Blake, Assistant Corpora
tion Counsel, havlns made written ap
plication praying that administration
of said estate may bw granted, as by
said application on tile in this Court
more fully appears, It is
ORDEKKl). That said application be
heard and determined at a Court of
Probate to bo held Rt New Haven, In
said District, on the Ifith day of April,
1007, at ten o'clock in the forenoon,
and that public notice! of the pendency
of said application, and of the time
and place of hearing thereon, be
given to all parties interested in said
estate, by publishing this order three
times in a newspaper having a circu
lation In said District.
By the Court.
JOHN L. GILSON,
a9 3t Clerk.
for nrcNT.
INDIAN NECK. CONN.
Fin furnished residence for summer.
consisting of living room, dining room.
kitchen, seven (i) oca rooms; nas fur
nace, hot ana com wuier, oain room,
electric lights, bath houses, garage,
etc. Has never been rented before.
FOR SAIdR.
SAYBROOK POINT, CONN.
Fine large house with barn and
about ten (10) acres of land in good
condition. Will be sold at a bargain.
also
FOIl RENT In the old Town of
Savbrook, a fine furnished place for
the season.Apply to F. G. WHITMORE,
agents, 4a Pearl street, Hartford, Ct.
aSlSt
Local Investments.
New Haven AViiIcr Co. S(oels.
New Haven Wnter Co. Helm.
New Haven Han Co. Stock.
New llnven Gas Co. I)els.
SecurHy InNiirunce Co. Stock,
laternntioniil Silver Co. Stock.
International Sltiver Co. Domls.
So. New Uuglnnil Telephone Stock.
The Chas. W. ScrantonCo.
I
INVESTMENT BROKERS.
103 Orange St,
EIGHTH WARD
A new, thoroughly modern
one-family house of ten rooms,
In a first-class neighborhood.
.It would be hard to find a bet
ter built house. The price Is
$10,500, and the value Is all
there every dollar of it.
Derby Avenue Building Lots.
CASH OR TIME PAYMENTS.
also
BARGAIN LOTS near WINCHESTERS.
Buy of the Owner.
EDWARD 51. CLARK, SO Church Street
Washington Building.
Room 301
FOR SALE.
Fine Residences for sale on Whitney
avenue, East Rock Road and
Huntington Street. N
Judson 6 Hauff,
Room 402. 902 Chapel St
CANNON, MORSE & CO.,
Ruceeealni?
Gnrrtner Mora A Son
A Cfcaa. T. Caanoa.
Genera! Insurance & Real Estate
T93 CHAPICL STIUEET.
FOR SALE.
A desirable one family nouae. Owlght
street south of Chapel.
J. 0. PUNDERFORD,
HO CHURCH STREET.
TO LET.
Room top floor, building 424 State
atreet, cor. Court. Good light, steady
power, freight elevator, and heat.
Specially equipped for light manu
facturing. Space to milt tenant, tor
a term of rear. Apply to
Benj. R. English.
839 Chapel St.
FOR SALE.
The Cheapest and Mont Denlrnlile
minding Lots In the City.
Whalley avenue frontage $20 per foot
Blake street frontage. .. .$10 per foot
Money to loan in sums to suit. ,
L; G. HOADLE.Y.
Room 214 Wanuington Building;,
80 CHURCH STREET.
Open Evenings.
West Haven
Building Lots
FrlcM r&n Zrom tt.09 to ft
front Uou mm of let to suit Pu
II. V. "RICHARDS,
Real Estate Broker
141 Orange St.
Tup A$
I YstLJN
Finest
Location
On Long Island Sound
Indian Neck
Old House and Five
Acres
ti M
SLOAN
Lvmn s tj ; 1 auuress Mrs.
iiyman, 8 Hudge street. a9 if
PTDTO vid.
nr, n sewil machines; also irfrls
on power Dress.. a1- ..P
Strouse, Adler & cV&MtStT
a7 tit.
17 A VTi . . 1 1
"TEThY9- Tut-
APPTT ls WANTED.
AS snsr 'clock- BraaB-
ford- 1022 MIn street, Hart-
ALL
flMr,nf ,," "tK .Hno.UJ? can here. Wa
neefl B 1sl Places and always
fiable Fnfni'Jumbfrs- Sleeman's Re
irotte. 763 Chap-
. w - . IL
SL,?AN'S RELIABLE! WMPT.nv. :
tabllsheH 9A 763 Chapel StT es-
the Srn t. tj years. Largest, best in
for nv Ee?,1 m,ale and female help
anvwhLnda11 klnds of work- Sent
anywhere. Open evenings. Tel. 1882.
AS?,N1F : 4 Appraiser. H23
nold sales a specialty. a4 tf
.TftVi:H eovnnm ,
i?fff 23 ChuFoh street. Telephons
um;uons. largest Agency
male and female help supplied for
mercantile and domestic service for
any and all kinds of work. Sent any
where. Open evenings.
FOIl SALE 1,000 net patent Stove
Brick. Every set warranted one rear.
Orders received 703 STATE STREET.
Watstein & Mellion,
LADIES' TAILORS.
HIGH class fit and workmanship at low
prices. We also do repairing.
Court cor. Orange St. Open evenlnngi.
NON-TAXABLE BONDS.
Rockvlllc, Brood Brook nod Enst Wind
sor Street Railway First Mortgage
5 per cent. Bonds.
GUARANTEED principal and in
terest by the Hartford and Spring
field Street Railway Co.
Price to net nearly 5 per cent.
Lorn as & Nettleton
BANKERS AND BROKBK 3,
137 ORANGE STREET
i
Looking Shoreward.
V
We have just received
a car load of Veranda t
Chairs aod Rockers
which we shall sell even
lower than last year when
we were 25 per cent, un- f
der the regular price.
A few suggestions for
low priced but good sub-
stantial furnishings for $
City or Country: t
Solid Oak Dressers $
with French beveled
plate at $6.98.
Chiffonieres to match
at $7.13.
Oak Extension Tables t
at $5.25. - J
Dining Chairs to
match with brace arms
at 79c. ,3.
Iron Beds with all steel spring'
and Cotton top Mattress $7.93 4.
Complete.
Straw Mattings, Rugs, Lino-
leums, etc at bargain prices. T
t
t
Complete House 1 urniaher. 4.
1 Orange and Center Sis.
I t
$50,000 TO LOAN
On Real Estate at 5 oar csnt,
IN SUMS TO SUIT.
B. F. ESS. 340 Chapel SI.
Uublnjter uildlsc
Uoetn 14
LECTURE ON JAMAICA.
To be Delivered by Rev. Mr. Perry To
Night Under Auspices of K. O. K. A.
.Rev. J. DeWolf Perry, rector of St.
Paul's church, will deliver a lecture at
the parish house to-night under the
auspices of the K. O. K. IA. club on
"Jamaica After the Earthquake." The
lecture will be illustrated by abuot thir
ty lantern slides of Jamaica and Kings
ton as they appeared after the awful
catastrophe. It will be remembered that
Rev. Mr. Perry was in Jamaica at tna
time of the earthquake and that grave
fears as to his safety were held. His
lecture will doubtless be a very real
istic one.
The price of admission will be 23
cents for sdults and 10 cents for chil
dren. The proceeds will so toward tha
building of a new room for the boys'
club, - '

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