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5 " WHITE STUFF You should give youratten tion to WHITE materials. We are! It Is for your Interest, as there Is special selling and special pricing Just now, India Llnons 12 1-2 to 29c. Mercerized batiste. 25 to 50c. French Lawn, 50c to $1.00. Dimities, 25 to 50c. Auto cloth, looks like linen. 12 l-2c. Dotted Swisses.-19 to 75c. Center Aisle. THE "ARNOLD" KNIT GAUZE Umbrella Drawers Flat Stitch Fabric. REASONS WHY the "ARNOLD" Knit UMBRELLA DRAWERS are so Popular. They are made of the finest and thin nest of snowy white Knit Webbing, absorbs perspira tion rsadily, keeping the skin dry and cool. This fabric Is so elastic that there !s no "binding" or "drawing," and that disa greeable clinging so common with other fabrics Is not found In the "Arnold" draw ers. Light In welght---only 5 ounces---trlmmed with ruf fles of embroidery and lace. Unlike ribbed goods, these garments are cut generously full for comfort and fit. These ideal garments will surely delight the wearerand gives atlsfactlon. No. 604. Lace Finish, 60c. No. 885. Lawn Ruffles, 70c' No. 906. Embroidery Finish. SI. 00. No. 606. Embroidery Finish, 60c. No. 9 1 6. Embroidery Finish, SI. 50. No. 9 1 2. Embroidery Finish. $1.25. No. 608. Without ruffle. 50c. Sizes 23, 25 and 27 Inches long. Ten cents extra for 29 Inch. A 'PERSONAL,' NUMBEtt EUHEilMM 'Mrw . . WMW for May, Just Issued, Is a splendid example of a wom an's magazine. Here are afew of the special articles: Camping In The Desert with Maude Adams. How Luther Burbank Creates New Flowers. How the President Is Protected From Cranks. The Most Modest Author In America. ... The Journal Is always good, but the Mav Issue is even better than usual. The Fashion Departments are the best and most practical published in any periodical. We shall bo glad to supply you with The Journal from our counter each month at 15 cents per copy, or to forward your subscriptions to the publishers at $1.60 per year by mall. . A We are the agents for The Ladles' Home Journal Patterns and can 'supply the pattern for any garment described in the maga zine. SHEFF. BASEBALL BEGINS. The schedule of the Sheff. baseball teams Is prlnte below. The schedule rovlda3 for matches between all the senior and junior courses, which should bo played off immediately. April 23-27 Mechanical vs. electrical, select vs. civil, electrical vs. mining, select vs. chemistry, chemistry vs. minir.cr. April 29-May 4 Civil vs. mining, elec trical vs. select, mechanical vs. chemis try, electrical vs. civil, mechanical vs. select. Hay 6-11 Select vs. mining, civil vs. chemistry, chemistry vs. electrical, me chanical vs. mining. i NEW HAYEN COUNTRY CLUB GOLF COMPETITIONS ARRANGED FOR COMING SEASON. Many Matches Both at Home and Abroad Kickers Competition for Women April 25 Other Scheduled to Take Place, The golf schedule of the New Haven Country club has just been Issued and has many attractive as well as novel contests. The first event, the kickers handicap for women, takes place to morrow and will be followed at regular Intervals by team and other matches. The full programme Is as follows; WOMEN. Thursday, April 25, 2 p. m. pickers' handicap, 18 holes, medal play. Each player may choose her own handicap, and give notice of same to Mr. Shlels before starting. The player whose net score is nearest to a score previously chosen by the committee (between 85 and 95) is the winner, except that; no score which falls below the number so chosen will be counted. Entrance fee, fifty cents. Thursday, May 2, 2 p. m. Contest for record pin, 18 holes, medal play. Thursday, May 9, 2 p. m. Women's foursomes, 18 holes, medal play handi cap for prize. Entrance fee, fifty cents. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 14 and 15 Open tournament continued from November 15, 1906. Thursday, May 16, 2 p. m. Choice score handicap, 18 holes, medal play. Second day's play, May 23. Cards to be handed to Mr, Shiels after each day's play, and the resulting score will be made by choosing the best score for each hole from the two cards. Handi caps three-quarters of the regular medal handicaps. Also qualifying round scratch tournament for subscrip tion cup, 18 holes, medal play. Best eight to qualify. Continued at match play. First round of matches must be played by May 23, or defaulted; second round by May 30, or defaulted; finals on or before June 6, or defaulted. Thursday, May 23, 2 p. m. Second day's play for choice score handicap, for prize. Thursday, May 30, 2 p. m. Qualify ing round spring handicap. 18 holes, medal play; best eight to qualify; to be continued at match play; first round must be played by June 6, or defaulted; second round by June 13, or defaulted; finals on or before June 20, or default ed. Cup for winner. Thursday, June 8, 2 p. m. Approach ing and putting contest and driving contest for cups. i ' ' Thursday, June 13, 2 p. m. 18-hole medal play scratch event for cup. Thursday, June 20, 2 p. m. Bogey handicap, 18 holes, match play with match play handicaps, for prize. MEN. Select hole score from any number of attested 18-hole medal rounds made between May 1 and August 1, 1907. All puts must be holed and cards must be attested and turner in to R. Shiels on day of play. Men handicapped above 20 medal play receive 4 strokes on longest 4 holes; men handicapped from 15 to 20 teceivo 2 strokes on longest 2 holes; men han dicapped from 11 to 15 receive 1 stroke on 13th hole. Cup presented by Thomas Hooker. Saturday, May 4 One day handicap match play tournament. Drawings made from entries and the player most up on opponent wins the tournament. Eighteen holes must be played out; winner and second man to take, re spectively, 4 and 2 balls, presented by William H. Ely. Saturday, May 11 Team match, Springfield at New Haven. Qualifying round handicap tournament, 18 holes, medal play. Best 16 net scores to qual ify, or, if less than 16 players enter, best 8. Tournament to be continued at match play for cup presented by R. S. White, 2d. Finals must be played on or before June 10. Saturday, Miy 18 Cross Country, 9 holes, medal round. Course to be mark ed out on day of play. For eup pre sented by E. S. Bresson. Saturday, May 25 Team match, Har.tford at Hartford, Bogey handi cap, 18 holes, match play with match play handicaps. , Entrance feet, one new rubber-cored ball. Best three net scores to receive 50, 30 and 20 per cent. of the balls. i Thursday, May 30 Scotch foursomes, 18 holes, medal play. Both players of each pair drive from each tee, after driving electing which ball to continue in play at alternate strokes. Prizes presented by Hayes Q. Trowbridge. Entrance fee, one new rubber-cored ball for each player. Best net score takes prizes, second best 60 per cent, and third best 40 per cent, of balls. Saturday, June 1 Baseball Prince ton at New Haven. Wednesday, Julie l Team match, Wallingford at Walllngford. Saturday, June 8 Club match, Brooklawn at New Haven. Qualifying round, scratch tournament for presi dent's and consolation cups. Consola tion cup given by George M. Gunn; 18 holes, medal play, without handicap. First and second slxteens (or, if less than 32 return cards, first and second eights) to qualify. Tournament to be continued at match play. Finals, at 36 holes, to be played on or before June 24. Saturday, June lS Team match, Wa terbury at Wraterburj Handicap, 18 holes, medal, play. Ball sweepstakes. Best net score takes 60 per cent., sec ond best 40 per cent, of the balls. Saturday, June 22 Team match, Wee Burn at Stamford. Two-ball foursomes, alternative drive, with entrance fee of one new rubber-cored ball for each player, the three best net scores to re ceive 50, 30 and 20 per cent, of the balls. No two players may pair whose handi caps differ by more than 8 strokes. Handicap for each pair will be one-half the sum of the match play handicaps of the two players composing the pair. Saturday, June 29 Mixed foursomes, 18 holes, medal play. Entrance fee as above. Best net score receives prizes presented by the club; second and third best scores, respectively, 60 and 40 per cent, of balls. Saturday, July 6 Team match,' Ara- wana at New Haven. YESTERDAY'S BASEBALL, MEW YORK DEFEATED BOSTON NATIONALS 4 TO 2. Chicago National Won from Cincinnati, 4 to 3 Only One Game in American League New Haven League Defeat ed Tigers, 4 to 3 Yale Freshman Lost to Merceraburg, 9 to 0 Other Sporting Notes. Boston, April 23 Both pitchers weak ened toward the close of to-day's game, but "New Tork's hits were more timely, and the visitors won their fourth suc cessive victory over the local team, 4 to 2. Orndorff's catch ofa fould was the fielding feature. The score: R H. E. New York ..0 0 0 00112 04 11 0 Boston 0 0000001 12 11 1 Batteries: Ferguson and Bresnahan; Young and Orndorff. Time, 1:45. Um pire, Emslie. Chicago 4, Cincinnati 8. Chicago, April 23 All the runs" scored and all the hitting was done in the first three innings to-day, both Mason and Fraser be.lng batted freely. Mason settled down In the fourth and was in vincible, as also was Lundgren, who relieved Fraser In the same Inning. Score: R. H. E. Chicago ....1 3000000 4 5 1 Cincinnati ..1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 03 6 2 Batteries: Fraser, Lundgren and Kllng; Masson and McLean. Time, 1:55. Umpire, O'Day. Pittsburg 7, St. Louis 5. St. Louis, April 23. The Sti Louis Na tionals lost again to-day to Pittsburg, 7 to 5. The start of the game was de layed a half hour by wet grounds. Pittsburg won in the eighth inning, when Abbatlcchlo got a three base hit. The visitors were assisted by Beebo, who made a balk, sent Sheehan to first base on balls, and allowed Lynch and Anderson to single. Score: B. II. E. St. Louis ...0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 25 10 1 Pittsburg ...0 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 07 10 4 Batteries: Beeba and Marshall; Lynch and Phelps. Time, 2:05. Um pire, O'Day. Game Postponed. New York April 23. Phlladelphla Brooklyn game postponed, wet grounds. National League Standing. t W. L. Chicago 7 1 New York 7 2 Philadelphia 5 2 Pittsburg 3 3 Cincinnati 3 6 Boston 3 6 St. Louis 3 6 Brooklyn 1 6 P.C. .875 .777 .714 ,60) ".333 .333 .333 .143 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Detroit 7, St. Lonls 4. Detroit, Mich., April 23. Detroit found it easy to hit Morgan and won the game inthe first three Innings, er ratic fielding by St. Louis helping some. The visitors starteda rally in the ninth, but Mullln stmek out Frisk and Stone, checking It. The day was dark, damp and cold, affecting both play and attendance. Score: R If E Detroit .. ..21300010 7 li 2 St. Louis ...10100000 24 8 5 Batteries Mullln and Schmidt; Mor gan and Buclow. Time, 2:05. Umpire, O'Loughlin. Games Postponed. At Cleveland Chicago-Cleveland game postponed, rain. At Philadelphia Washington-Philadelphia gamu postponed, wet grounds. American I.eagne Standing. W. L. P.O. New York 5 2 .714 Chicago 6 3 .667 Philadelphia .... 5 3 .625 Cleveland ... 4 3 .571 Detroit 5 4 .666 Boston 3 5 .375 Washington 2 5 .2S.1 St. Louis 2 7 .222 OTHER GAMES. Montreal 12, ttlca 8. tUIca, N. Y., April 28. The Montreal Eastern team won from the Utlca State League club here to-day. Score; R H F Montreal ...0 5100023 112 8 2 Utica .....0 'J 012000 0 3 6 8 Batteries: Newton, Herbst and Kltt redge;. Schlltzer, Flater, Smith, Steel man and Stroh. At Lynn, Mass. Lynn (New Eng land), 8; Cuban Champions, 1. At Fail .River Providence (Eastern) 4; Fall River (New England), 3, elev en innings. . At Worcester,' Mass. Worcester (New England), 7; Holyoke (Connecti cut League), 0. At Medford. Mass. Bates, 5; Tufts, 2; (ten innings). At Waterbury Waterbury, 11: New York Giants. 5. DEFEATED THE TIGERS. New Haven Leaguers Won Again by Score of 4 to 8 The New Haven State league base ball team defeated the Tigers at the Savin Rock baseball grounds yesterday afternoon, by the scoreof 4 to 3. Burn'i started the game for the Tigers, and pitched a good game. Nolte and Cor coran pitched for New Haven. The game was of the first class order, both teams playing excellent ball. The Ti gers have an unusually fast team this year, as their exhibition at the Rock showed yesterday. YALE FRESHMAN DEFEATED. Mersersburg Academy Won Easily, 0 to 0. Mercersburg Academy baseball nine whitewashed the Yale freshman -baseball team at Yale field yesterday aft ernoon at Yale field by the score of 9 to 0. The loss of the game was due to the splendid pitching of Schultze. Rand, Patton and Douglas occupied the pitcher's box for Yale, but it was of no avail. Schultze did not think he was working hard enough for his team in the fifth inning, so when he got to bat he drove out a home run, bringing in two men who were on basis. Mur phy make a three bagger at one inter val in the game, but he died on third. This was the nearest chance Yale had to score. The score by innings follows: R H E Mercersburg 10204101 0 9 li 2 Yale 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 5 2 Batteries: Mercersburg, Schultze and Williams; Yale, Rand, Patton and Douglas. Will PLAY MORGAN SCHOOL. Spartans Baseball Nine Go To Clinton To-day. The Spartans baseball team will play the Morgan school nine at Clinton thle afternoon, if the weather permits. The local High school team defeated the Clinton team last Saturday by the score of 12 to 4. The Spartans have a pretty fast team this year, and hope to win this afternoon. BOWLIXG. at Johnson's alleys last evening Ship- per won five out of nine games. The score: Shipper ISO, 164. 1S2, 170, 177, 242. 160, 179, 1671621. Morgan 191, 221, 169, 180, 100, 227. 172, 163. 1651588. AT THE Y. M. R. C. ALLEYS The Tlirers won two out of three games from the Nutmegs last evening. The score: TIGERS. H. Chopin 185 171 177533 Closson 165 154 166485 Brown 123 122 134371) Kedneld 164 135397 Chopin ISO 134 153467 Totals 817 679 765-2161 NUTMEGS. Jones 155 271 178560 Buxbaum 186 143 220649 Berg 140 138 101439 Bunnell 142 153 156451 Beecher 1S9 151 168508 Totals S12 812 883-2507 Married vs. Single Men. On Saturday nlirht at the Republican club the married men will bowl the single men. The game will be, no doubt, a good one, and will attract much interest. The bowlers follow: Married men, Maroney, capt.; A. Pow ell, Closson, Mix, White, Bachter, Crowe, Hall, Bunnell; single men, Lln quist, capt.; Jones, Raymond, Lewis, E. Andrews, Myers, Phillips, Short and Duval. BOAT 'RACE WITH ANNAPOLIS. The annual boat race between Yale and Annapolis will be rowed this year upon the Severn on Saturday, May 4. The crew squad will leave New Haven Thursday afternoon and spend the night In New York. Friday they will go to Annapolis for practice, returning to New Haven the following Sunday. For members of the university who desire to accompany the crew and watch the race, a government gunboat has been specially offered by the navy department, which will follow the crews. Saturday evening a hop will be given toy the naval academy in honor of the Yale men. Opportunity will be given all those who wish to visit Wash. ington Sunday morning before return ing to New Haven. LOST COLORED and lettered drawings of automoDiies. Jiewarci u returned: to Leek Sign Co., 21 Center street. a241t LOAUi VU, 59DwightSt, The finest part of the city. House has been thoroughly repaired and is in perfect ordtK; ! 143 Whalley Av. Brick house and barn. Can be bought for about what the house,, would cost. 99 Sherman Av. Houe is now being; put in fine ordeK 250 Orchard St, Good house and good sized lot. Owner wants to sell. 351 Orange St, Twelve room house. Fifty foot lot. Willow St. Near Whitney avenue. An unusual attractive and substantial 10 room residence. Indian Neck FINF.ST LOCATION ON LONG ISLAND SOUND. The house Is old, but the lot Is very desirable, situated on a bluff, and 260 feet on - Water front, and 1,000 feet deep to the rfad, within a quarter of a mile of the trolley line. Cheshire. A 10-room house, with modern Improvements. Hot water heat, open fireplaces. Large barn and sheds and chicken houses. 72 acres of land; fine trout brook. !0ne Family Houses j 247 St. Ronan, $100. 24 Huntington, 100. 1334 Chapel, 7. 1 I 76 Wall, 60. I I 820 Orange, 38. CigarSpccial RIQUEZA, Excelsior size, our best dear Havana Key West goods. A clearing out of this one size only, because they failed to "take". Packed 25 in a box and never sold at less than SI3.09 per 103. Each, $ .10 Box of 25, 2.25 HENRY CLAY,Brevas (imported). Each, $ .15 Bundle of 25, 3.50 Box of 100, 13.60 This box price on Henry Clay Brevas is less than the goods can be bought for at wholesale from the Trust. 3sa jpt-ti str THEO. KEILER hunl Dlreetaf mat Kanbslmsa, M State Street, eor. Kim. mtANCH OFFICE 8 Campbell Araane, Weat Ha Tea. AHHQUHCEMEtlT. I desire to announce to my friends and the public generally, that pending a readjustment of my affairs, calls intended for me may be sent to Messrs. Lewis & Maycock, No. 1112 Chapel Street. All work will receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 675. nODT. N. BUR WELL, Undertaker MINIATURE ALMANAC. APRIL, 24. S Rises 4:59 I Moon Sets I H'h Water S Sets 6:40 6:25 7:52 Courier Itccord ' MAIUNK. Fort ot New ItnTcn. ARRIVED. ' ' Soh J. Lloyd Hawkrldge, Smith, Prov. Soh Mary Jane, Thomas, Prov. Sch Julia, Hendricks, N. Y. Sch Emma, Clark, Amboy. Sell Theollne, Miller, Amboy. Soh Nautilus, Reeves, Onset, li. I. Sch S. O. Pilot, Knowles, Port Jeffer son. Sell Olio, Mathews, Port Jefferson, Sch Enterprise, , . CLEARED. Sch Alice M (Br.), Jones, N. T. Sch George & Albert, Falrchild, Rock nwny. Sch Yosemite, Harris, . Soh Sarah Ann, Carpenter, Duffle, N. T. Soh Excelsior, Miller, . Sch Flash, Thomas, N. i. FOR SALE. IilNDEN Btreet, near Livingston Street. New two-family house, nearly com pleted upto date in all wnys, sixteen inrge rooms, on It floors, very attract ive; can occupy May 1. Frederlque R, Lewis, 139 Orange street. a20 7t FOR RENT. SIX room flat, 11 Park street, $25. The John T. Sloan Co. a24 lw It. B. M.4LLORY, Auctioneer. SELLS nt 22 CottaRe street, near Or anftw, Thursday, 2 p. m., parlor furni ture, sideboard, dining tables, chairs, ohamber suits, pictures, books, rugs, carpets, refrigerator, ranges, stove, silverware, crorkerj', etc. Bilverware, crockery, etc a24 2t Plstrlct of New Haven, ss. Probata Court, April 23, 1907. ESTATE OF STEPHEN S. WHITNEY, late of New York, N. Y., owning property In said District, deceased. An instrument in writing, purporting to be a duly exemplified and authenti cated copy of the last will and testa ment of said deceased, and of the rec ord of the proceedings of the Surro gate's Court for the County of New York, proving and establishing the same, having been presented in Court, and j. Frederic, Kernochan of New York, N. Y., having made written ap plication praying that the same may be iiled and recorded, and that letters testamentary may be granted, as by said application on file in this Court more fully appears, it Is ORDERED, That said application be hoard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 3rd day of May, 1907. at ten o'clock in the forenoon. and that public notice of the pendency or saia application, nna or the time and place of the hearing thereon, bo glvento all parties Interested In said estate, by publishing this order three times in a newspaper havng a clrcula glven to all parties Interested In said By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON, a24 3t Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, April 23, 1907. ESTATE OF MARY S. WHITNEY, late of New York, N. Y., owning property in said District, deceased. An instrument in writing, purporting to be a duly exemplified and authenti cated copy of the last will and testa ment ot said deceased, and of tho rec ord of the proceedings of the Surro gate's Court for the County of New York, proving and establishing the same, having been presented in Court, and J. Frederic Kernochan of New York. N. Y., having marie writen ap plication praying that the same may be filed and recorded, and that letters testamentary may be granted, as by said application on file in this Court more fully appears, It is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to he held at New Haven, in said District, on the 3rd day of May, 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, bo given to al' parties interested in said estate, by publishing this order three times in a newspaper having a circula tion in said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON. a23t Clerk. ll a mmii HUMPHREY STREtl $50 An eight-room rent in a two-family house near Orange Street. It has private stair way to the third floor rooms, separate front entrance and parquetry floors. BOULEVARD $45 A ten-room, detached frame house with hot water heat and all improvements. Is opposite Edgewood Park, between Edge wood and Chapel. Near two car Hr-s GEORGE STREET $35 A sis room first floor of a two-family house in a fine neighborhood. All imp'ts. Allowance of $5.00 per month the yeaj - round for heating second floor. GILL STRtfc.1 $30 An excellent rent near West Chapel Street. Has six rooms on first floor with two on third. Has hard wood floors and all improvements. Call for key. Derby Avenue Buildin? Lots, CASH OR TIME PAYMENTS. also BARGAIN LOTS near WINCHESTERS. Buy of the Owner. EDWARD M. CLARK, 38 Church Street Washington Building. Room 801, FOR SALE. Fine Residences for sale on Whitney avenue, East Rock Road and Huntington Street. Judson 6 Hauff, Room 402. 902 Chapol St. CANNON, MORSE & CO., Succeeding Gardner Mora Jk 80m A Chaa, T. Caaaoa. . General Insurance & Real Estate TM CHAPEIi STTtEET. . FOR SALE. A desirable one family house, Owight street south of Chapel. J. O, PTJNDERFORD, IK CHURCH STREET. TO LET. Rooms top floor, building; 424 State treet, cor, Conrt. Good light, steady power, freight elevator, and heat. Specially equipped for light man factoring. Space to ault tenants, for a term of yean. Apply to Ben. Rt English. 839 Chapel St. FOR SALE. The Cheapeat and Moat Desirable Building Lota In the City. Whalley avenue frontage 20 per foot. Blake street frontage. ... $10 per foot. Ml A3TM1A Money to loan In sums to suit L. O. HOADLE.Y. Room 214 Washington Building. 80 CHURCH STREET. Open Evening. West Haven Building Lots Price rang bra LM to te.oo a front toot, mm of tot to suit Pur chaser. H. V. lillARDST Heal Estate Broker 141 Orange St FOH RENT. INDIAN NECK, CONN. Fine furnished residence for summer consisting of living room, dining room, kitchen, seven (7) bed rooms; has fur nace, hot and cold water, bath room electrio lights, bath houses, garage', etc. Has never been rented before. FOU SALE. SAYBROOK POINT, CONN. Fine largo house with barn and about ten (10) acres of land in good condition. Will be sold at a bargain. also FOR RENT In the old Town ot Saybrook, a fine furnished place for the season.Apply to F. G. WH1TMORE, agents, 49 Pearl street, Hartford, Ct. a8 18t GOVERNOR WOODRUFF To Give Diplomas. Governor Woodruff has accepted an Invitation to attend the commencement exercises of the Wlllimantlc normal school, which are to be held in that city In Loonier opera house June 21, ana will present tho diplomas. i ' I ' ; ' v I " 111- Stents. Oaa eaat word tot each Uaartloa. wall- nivnFi .... auVdn as can families preferred? Address Laundress," this office a24 it. " W A VTI? a-, ct.nToi1V1"-' - 4tni3 Ak Hart-' "9dianl2itSurBy,rlC?neSrt: :i 13 tf need large numh.r. o,' ana ys liable Emplovrn? t Sleeman's Re el. o??apfeni.A6n 763 for iny and it ?.al? ani1 female help anywhLndr1iki'i?.s,of work. Sent ivenings. Tel. 1322. R- B. MALLOBV. ""J?Rnd Appraiser. 1123 bolTs-aTes- a .TafSr! f" AGENCY8 2?Ep,ECTk EMPLOYMENT ijn1.1V A Church street. Telephone tunneouons. Largest Apnr male and female help supplied for any and all kinds of work, Sent any where. Open evenings. , ; Brick. Every c warranted one year. Orders received 703 STATE STREET. .tf tailoring business. Tn'n ViC . lIIe cuy. uau at 100 Church street, near Chapel, a 19 If an a a WHITNEY Avenue." Exceedlnelv t. tractive new Dutch Colonial house, reception hall living room 1Bx27 ft $9,600. Examine it. Frederique R. Lewis, 139 Orange street. a20 7t ' ., FOH SALE. Street. New eight-room house, mod ern rooms large and pleasant, finish ed in white enamel and oak. Quar tered oak floors. Butler's pantrv. Price and terms right. Frederique R. Lewis, 139 Orange street. a20 7t F0U RENT. 349 CROWN street; modern flat of seven rooms on the first floor. $37 per month. ' ,R. U Kautz. a20 7t Watstain & MelHon, LADlEa' TAILORS. HIGH class fit and workmanship ai low prioes. We also do repairing. Court cor. Orange St. Open evenlnngs. U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE, New Lon don, Conn., April 20, 1907. Sealed ' proposals for delivering riprap stone in breakwaters at New Haven, Conn -. will be received at this office until 12 o'clock, noon, May 21, 1907, and then publicly opened. Information furnished on application. Harry Tay- ' lor, MaJ. Engrs. . - , " , ' FOR SALE CHEAP. TWO building lots, on on Spring street, the other on Dana street. Inquire 907 First avenue, West Haven. a23 Tr'v R. D. MALLORY, Auctioneer. SELLS furnishings 14 room house, 216 Orange street, (near Elm) Wednes day, 10 a. m.: Mirrors, bookcases, wardrobes, couches, chiffonlor, bu reau, Iron bedsteads, ohamber suits, foldingbed, tables, chairs, rugs, car pets, matting, draperies, screens, pictures, refrigerator, crockery, etc. a23 2t . NOTICE, CALL FOR YOUR LICENSES. All owners and drivers of any ve--hlcle for hire, all pawnbrokers, dealers in second-hand goods, Junk or old metals, all owners of billiard and pool tables, are by law required to take out their licenses on or before the first day of May each year. To avoid prosecution they are warn ed to call at Police Headquarters be tween the hours of 8 a. m. and 4 p. m. to secure licenses for the ensuing year. JAMES WRINN, a23 St Chief of Police. Food Insurance, A good Refrigerator is an Insurance Policy against loss of food. Keep the meat and milk, the fruit, butter, etc., cool t and you keep them fresh f and sweet. SAll refrigerators are not f alike, however, some just I eat up the ice, and your t monev Ours are built to save ice, provisions and I money. , J For over 30 years we have sold to New Haven people the same make of t Refrigerators we are of- farinrr trnll tn.rlaV 9nH Wf have never sold a poor one. ' - ' Although unsurpassed tn quality, the price 1b lower than other makes. See our window display. One more week we give a $3 Teddy Bear with children's Go-carts. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete House Fnrnlshera. Oranjrs and Center Sts. S 50,000 TO LOU On Real Estate at 5 osr C3:iu IN SUMS TO SUIT. B. F. ESS, 840 Chape! Si