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mW HAVEN MORNEsG JOURNAL AND COUKIER. MONDAY MAY I'd 1907 h& Itrxmral and (Coixtict Monday, 3Iay 13. DELIVERED BY CARRIERS IN THE CI'T: 12 CENTS A WEEK. 6) CENTS A MON'IH, J3 FOR SIX MONTHS ,56 A TEAR. THK SAME TERMS BY MA II SINGLE COPIES, 2 CENTS. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. If you are going away, for a short or long period, the Journal and Courier will be' sent to ,you by mall without extra charge. The address may be changed as often as desired. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TO-DAY. Wanted Waitress, 43 Trumbuil St... 5 For Sale Residence, J. T. Sloan Co. 5 Butter S. S. Adams 2 Easy Terms Brown & Durham 6 Repairing Monson 13 Tennis Shoes N. H. Shoe Co 2 Facts The Chamberlain Co..;...... 3 Scotch Whiskey E. E. Hall & Son.. 5 Silks The Chas. Monson Co 5 Refrigerators Gamble-Desmond Co C Furniture Bowditch Co 4 Steamers American Line 6 Steamers Scandinavian Line Dr. Porter's Oil Druggists 2 Entertainments Hyperion 1 Entertainments Buffalo Bill J Postum Grocers 3 Brief Mention. High water at midnight. Hieh Sheriff Hugo, will remove from hla home on Edwards street to the sheriff's residence at the county jail May 31. A new house la being built by the Chidsey brothers for, E. B. Woodward In Hemingway avenue, East Haven. The work is well advanced. A special musical service was given In Christ church, East Haven, yester day afternoon. The choir was assisted by Master Hubert Hall, violinist, ana Miss Nancy Goodyejr gave a violin ob ligate. Prof. J. W. Rowe of Yale university Saturday evening delivered an inter esting lecture before the Elm City Sta tionary Engineers' association on the subject of "The Beginning of the Steam Engine.". The Storrs lecture, In the Yale law school, will not be given this year, . as the appointed lecturer, G. R. Peck of Chicago, a former president of the American Bar association, has found that he Vill be unable to deliver them. The monthly meeting of the New Ha ven auxiliary of the American McCall mission will be held this afternoon in the chapel of the United church at 3 o'clock. A report of the recent meeting In Boston will be read and all interested are cordially Invited to attend. Dr. C. E "Wleland' of the Peabody museum has gone to Europe to a stay of five months. He will visit the plant collection of northern and southern Europe for special study of cycads, the results to be published In his second volume on that subject. The expenses o? the investigation and publication are borne by the Carnegie fund. Don't miss our sale ofantljues. Y. M. C. A. building. CLARK, BOWDITCH & EDGERLY. THREE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY Of Firs English Warship at James town. The three hundredth anniversary of the first service of the English church on this continent occurred yesterday. Just 300 years ago the Sunday after as cersion day the first service of worship was held by the settlers at Jamestown. In observance of this the . Protestant EplsoopaVchurch throughout the Unit ed States has appointed a special men's offering which Is to be taken for the furtherance of domestic missions of the church. The announcement of the special offering was made at St. Paul's church yesterday morning. The offer ing there will be made next Sunday morning. Don't miss our sale of antiques. Y M. C. A. building. CLARK, BOWDITCH & EDGERLY. TRIED TO START FIGHT. Samuel SchwnrtB Aaitnulta Golden and ( Gcta Arrested. Because of a desire to mingle in a fisticuff exhibition yesterday afternoon 'Samuel Schwartz, who has a police ad dress at 128 Crown street, but Is now sUDBosed to reside on Oak street, was arrested by Officer Marlowe on Oak street and charged with breach of the peace. Schwartz tried his skill upon Morris Golden, who didn't appreciate It. Golden, it appears, played a wait ing game, and waited for a patrolman It cost him several drops of blood from the vicinity of the nasal organ. Schwartz was released on bonds of $75. Don't miss our sale of antiques. Y, M. C. A. building. CLARK, BOWDITCH & EDGERLY. TO CURE GRIP IN TWO DAYS. LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine removes the cause. To get the genuine, call for full name and look for signature of E. W, Grove. 25c. Two More Are Named. Sheriff-elect Philip Hugo Saturday announced two more deputies appoint- ed by him. In New Haven he has ap---pointed Undrew F. Meola as a deputy representing the Italian element. The appointee was last fall elected a se lectman of the town of New Haven on the democratic ticket. In Wallingford, where there has been a good deal of contention over the dep utyship, Mr. Hugo has named Edward T. Cavanaugh for sheriff. CAfQTOXlZA. bm ,v liie Kind You Have Always Bsnght denature of Wf, Don't miss our sale of anticues. Y, AT. C. A. building. CLARK, BOtITCH & EDGERLY. NEW AUTOMOBILE BILL Provides Highway Commis sioners Have Charge of Licensing. NO SPEED LIMIT GIVEN Owners to Be Licensed and Each Machine to Be Registered. A new automobile bill, changing greatly present requirements and very comprehensive in its scope has been reported to the legislature by the com mittee on roads, bridges and rivers an,d placed on the senate calendar. It pro vides for registration of individual ma chines, licenses for operators with no license to any one less than sixteen years of age, fees based generally on horsepower rating, the licenses to be revokable, no speed limit other than public safety requires, a rear light to illuminate the rear marker;1 "adequate brakes," a Jail penalty, and the lees to go to highway improvement. The bill is in full as follows: An act concerning the registration, numbering, use and speed of motor ve hicles and the licensing of the opera tors of such vehicles. 'Be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives in general assembly convened: Second 1. Whenever the term "mo tor vehicle" is used in this act, except when otherwise expressly provided, it shall include all vehicles propelled by any power other than muscular, ex cept road rollers, street sprinklers, fire engines and apparatus, police patrol wagons, ambulances, and such vehicles as run only upon rails or tracks. Registration. Section 2. Every owner of one or more motor vehicles shall file In the office of the highway commissioner of this state, on a blank furnished by the said commissioner, a statement of his name, residence, and post office address and a brief description of each motor vehicle owned or controlled by him, in cluding the name of the maker, the number, if any, affixed by the maker, the character of the motor power, and the amount of such motor power stated in figures of horsepower as advertised by the maker thereof. The said com missioner shall then register such mo tor vehicle, assigning to it a distin guishing number or mark, and shall thereupon issue to the owner thereof a certificate of registration .which shall contain the name, place of residence, and post office address of the owner, and the number or mark assigned to such motor vehicles, and sch certifi cate shall at all times be carried upon, such motor vehicle and be subject to examination upon .demand by . any proper officer. The certificates provid ed for in this and the following section shall continue in forcts until one year from the date of Issue, and upon the renewal of any such certificate said commissioner shall re-assign the distin guishing number or mark contained therein. ; Dealers' Licenses. Section 3. Every manufacturer of or dealer in motor vehicles may, instead of registering each motor vehicle own ed or' controlled by him, make appli cation to the said highway commis sioner, upon a blank furnished by the said commissioner, for a general dis tinguishing number or mark, and said commissioner may, if satisfied of the facts stated in said application, issue to the applicant a certificate of registra tion concalnlng the name, place of res-, idence and post office address of the applicant, and the general distinguish ing number or mark assigned to him; and all motor vehicles owned or con trolled by such manufacturer or dealer shall, until sold or let for hire, be re garded as registered under, and have assigned to .them, such general distin guishing number or mark. Manufac turers or dealers shall not be required to carry such certificates upon the ve hicles registered under the provisions of this section. The Markers. Section 4. Every motor vehicle, ex cept motor bicycles, shall at all times while being used or operated upon the public highways of this state have dis played in a conspicuous place and manner a plate or marker, entirely un- obscured and securely fastened, upon both the front and rear of each motor vehicle, the plate or marker on the rear thereof to be fastened so as not to swing. . Said plate or markers shall be obtained from the said highway com missioner as hereafter provided and shall bear the initial letter of this state and the number or mark assigned to such motor vehicle, the letter and fig ures thereon to be four Inches high and each stroke thereof to be one-half inch wide. Section 5. Every motor bicycle shall, at all times while being U3ed or oper ated upon the public highways of this state, have displayed thereon the in itial letter of this state and the number or mark assigned to such motor bicy cle, such letter and figures to be at least one inch high and either painted. on such motor bicycle or displayed on a plate or marker securely fastened thereto. Registration Certificates. bection b. The said highway com missioner shall keep a record of all statements filed with him, and of all certificates issued by him, which records shall be open to public inspec tion and he shall furnish from time to tune, at cost price, .to any person having a motor vehicle registered un der the provisions of this act, as many plates or markers as may be required by such person for display upon such motor vehicle. Upon the transfer of ownership of any motor vehicle its cer tificate of registration shall expire and the highway commissioner, at his discretion, may reassign the distir. guishing number or marker described in such certificate. In the event that any certificate or license Issued by the said highway commissioner under the provisions of this act be lost or de stroyed he shall issue to the person whose certificate or license has been lost or destroyed a duplicate thereof. License for Operators. Section 7. No person shall operate a motor vehicle on the public highways of this state until he shall have first obtained a license for that purpose, but nothing herein contained shall prevent the operating of a motor vehicle by an unlicensed person if accompanied by a licensed operator, but such licensed op erator shall also be personally liable for any violation of the provisions of sections eleven, twelve or thirteen pf this act. Licenses for operating motor vehicles shall be issued by the highway commissioner, but no license shall be issued to any person under the age of sixteen years.-Applications for licenses shall be made upon blanks furnished by the said commissioner and said ap plication blanks and the licenses is sued thereon shall be in such form and contain such provisions as suid com missioner may determine. To each li censee shall be assigned a number, and a proper record of all applications for licenses and of all licenses issue! shall be kept by the said commissioner at his office, and shall be open to pub lie Inspection. Each license shall state the name, place of residence, and. post office adddress of the licensee and the number assigned to him. Said license shall continue in force Until one year from the .date of issue unless suspend ed or revoked for cause, and shall at all times be carried by the licensee when he is operating a motor vehicle upon the highways of this state, and be subject to examination upon demand by any proper officer. Fees Required. Section 8. The following fees shall be paid to the highway commissioner for certificates and licenses issued by him in accordance with the provisions of this act: Two .dollars for each certifi cate of registration of a motor vehicle, other than a motor bicycle, having a rating of .twenty-horsepower or less, and five dollars for each motor vehicle having a rating of more than twenty horsepower; if a motor vehicle has two ratings of horsepower the registration) fee shall be based upon the highest rating; one dollar for each certificate of registration of a motor bicycle; ten dollars for ; each manufacturer's or dealer's certificate; two dollars for each license to operate a motor vehicle other than a motor bicycle; one dollar for each license to operate a motor bicy cle; and one dollar for each duplicate certificate or license. Licenses lievoluible. Section 9. The said highway com missioner may, after due hearing, upon not less than three days' notice in writ ing, suspend or revoke the license is sued to any person under section seven of this act for any cause, which ho may deem sul'leient; but every applicant for a license whose application shall ba refused by the said commissioner, and every licensee whose license may be re voked by the said commissioner may ap peal from such adverse decision t6 the superior court. The provisions of section 2"i658 of the general statutes re garding appeals from the decisions ot the county commissioner shall, In so far applicable, govern appeals herein provided for. A full record shall bo kept by every court or Justice of the peace in this state of every, case in which a person is convicted of a viola tion of any of the provisions of sec tions eleven, twelve or thirteen of this act, and a certified abstract of such record, the expense of which abstract shaii be a taxaole cost in the tase, shall be sent yithin ten duys after the date of such conviction by tho said court or justice of the peace to the said high way commissioner. Said courts and Justices o the peace shall furnish to the said commissioner the details of all flagrant cases which may be heard before them, and they may make such recommendations to the said commis sioners as to the suspension or revoca tion of the licenses of the parties de fendant in such cases as they may deem proper. The said commissioners shall keep such records in his office and they shall be open to public inspec tion. Whenever any person licensed to operate a motor vehicle upon the pub lic highways of this state shall have been convicted of any violation of sections eleven, twelve or thirteen of this act, the commissioner may revoke his license and upon a third conviction, during the same calendar year, said person shall, in addition to the penal ties for such offense, Incur a for feiture of his license, and the commis sioner shall thereupon revoke and re quire a return of the same. No person shall, for the space of three months from the date of the revocation of his license, be capable of receiving a new license, nor thereafter, except in the discretion of the eald commissioner. ' Regulations for Non-Residents Section 10. Any non-resident of this state who shall have complied with the laws of the state or territory of the United States where he resides, requir ing the registration of owners of motor vehicles, or Of motor vhicles, or both, and the display of Identication num bers on such vehicles, and who shall cause the identification numbers of such state or territory, in accordance with .the laws thereof and none other, together with the initial letter or let era of such state or territory, to be dis played on his motor vehicle while used or operated upon the public highways of this state, may use such highways, for a period not to exceed ten succes sive days at any one .time, without complying with the foregoing sections of this act; provided, however, that if any non-resident is convicted of vio lating any provision of sections eleven, twelve or thirteen of this act he shall thereafter be subject to and required to comply with all the provisions of this act relating to the registration of mo tor vehicles and of the licensing of operators- thereof. No Speed Limit. Section 11. No person shall operate a motor vehicle on the public highways of this state recklessly or at a rate of speed greater than is reasonable and proper, having regard to the width, traffic and use of the highway, or so as to endanger property or the life or limb of any person. Safety Regulation. Section 12. Upon approaching any person walking in the traveled portion of any public highway, or a horse or any other draft animal being led, rid den, or driven therein, or a crossing of interesecting public highways, or a bridge, or a sharp turn or curve, or a steep descent, and also In passing such person, horse or other draft animal, and in traversing such crossing, bridge, turn, curve, or descent, the person op erating a motor vehicle shall have the same under control and shall reduoe its speed. If such horse or other draft animal being so led, ridden, or driven shall appear to be frightened, or if the person in charge thereof shall sig nal so to do, the person operating such motor vehicle shall bring the same and the motor or other power propeling the same immediately to a stop, and, if traveling in the opposite direction, shall remain stationary so long as may be reasonable to allow such horse or animal to pass, or, if traveling in the same direction, shall use reasonable caution in therafter passing such horse or other animal. ' Upon approaching a bridge, sharp turn or curve, or a sleep J descent the person operating a motor vehicle shall give a .timely signal witn his bell, horn, or other device for sig naling. , Local Regulations. Section 13. No person shall operate a motor vehicle on the public highways of this state when intoxicated, or in a race, or on a bet or wager; but nothing in this act contained shall prevent the mayor of any city, the selectmen of any town, or the warden of any bor ough from setting aside for a given time a specified public highway for speed test3 or races to be conducted under proper restrictions for the safety of the public. . . Section 14. No city, town, or borough shall have any power, except a3 pro vided in section thirteen of this act, to make any. ordinance, by-law, or reso lution respecting the speed of motor vehicles, and no ordinance, by-law, or resolution heretofore or hereafter made by any city, town, or borough in re spect to motor vehicles shall have any force or effect; provided, however, that powers given to any town, city, or bor ough' to regulate shows, processions, assemblages, or parades in streets and public places, and to resrulatc the use of public parks, and all ordinances, by-laws, and regulations which may have been or which may ba enacted in pursuance of said powers shrill remain in full force and effect. Not More Than Two Markers. Section 15. No motor vehicle, while In use on .the public highways of this state, shall have displayed upon either the front or rear of such vcl.lclo more than two registration plates or mark ers; nor shall any person display, or permit to be displayed, upon his motor vehicle the registration number be longing to another, vehicle or person, or a fictitious number, plate or marker. Drakes and Lights. Section 16., Evdry motor vehicle, while in use on the public highways of this state, shall be provided with ade quate brakes and with a suitable bell, horn or other device for signalling, and shall, during, the period from one hour after sunset to one hour before sunrise, display one or more white lights on the forward part of such vehicle, so placed as to be seen from the front, and of sufficient illuminating power to be vis ible at a distance of two hundred feet; and also shall display a light on the rear of such Vehicle so placed as to il luminate the,rear marker, , So. Tampering. Section 17; No person shali Interfere or tamper with a motor vehicle with out the permission of the owner. Trlr.l for Violations. Section 18. in all complaints for tho violation of any provision of .this act a justice of the peace before whom the same may be tried shall have Jurisdic tion and power to render judgment therein, and issue process of execution and mittitrrrus .thereon, where such fine or penalty imposed shall not exceed two hundred dollars, or imprisonment for thirty days, or both; but the de fendant shall have the right of appeal as in other cases. The justice of the peace or court before whom a final conviction shall be had under the pro visions of sections eleven, twelve or thirteen of this act shall endorse upon the license of the person convicted the Tho Kind You Have Always in uso for over GO years, and fl'f- sonal supervision since its Infancy. f-CCCCAZt Allow nn ntifl to lfo.ivn von in tliis. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Jnst-as-good" are but Experiments that triilo with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experienco against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. CENU!K G ASTORIA ALWAYS S7 Bears the The EM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THK CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MUftftAV 6TBIET, NEW YORK CITY date and particulars of such conviction. Section 19. Any person violating any provision of sections eleven, twelve or thirteen of this act shall be fined not more than .two hundred dolars, or im prisoned not more than thirty days, or both, for a first offense, and shall be fined not more than five hundred dol lars, or imprisonment not more than sixty days, or both, for any subsequent offense. Any person violating any other provision of this act shall, be fined not more than two hundred dollars, or im prisoned not more than thirty days, or both, Fceg for Highway Work. Section 20. All registration and license fees, and al fines, penalties and one half of all. forfeited bonds imposed or received under the provisions of this act shall belong to the state and shall he accounted for and remitted .to the treasurer of the state to be used, In ad dition to all sums of money especially appropriated for highway purposes, for the maintenance and repair of Improv ed highways under the direction of the highway commissioner. Auto as lluil. Section 21. Any person arrested for violating any of the provisions of this act may tender as bail a motor vehicle of which he is the owner, and if such vehicle is of sufficient value it shall' be accepted as security for his appearance. i Use of Present Markers. i Section 22. Every owner of one or more motor vehicles who, at .the time this act goes into eilect, shall have complied with the provisions of Chapter K0 of the public acts of 1905, shall, up on the registration prior to August 1, 1907, ot such vehicle or vehicles as pro vided for in section two of this act, have assigned to such vehicle, or to one of such vehicles, the same regis tration number heretofore issued to such person under .the provisions ,of said chapter 230, and may use upon such vehicle the , plates or markers heretofore used, bearing such registra tion number. : . . Section 23. Chapters 230, 258 and 2S2 of the public acts of 1995 and all other acts and parts of acta inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed. Taking Effect. I Section 24. This act shall take effect thirty days after its passage, but no prosecution basal upon section two, four or seven of this act shall be brought for any offense committed prior to August 1, 1S97; provided that tho plates or markers required by chapter 230 of the public acts of 1905 are displayed upon such vehicle as re quired by said chapter 230. Upon the taking eff?ct of this act the secretary of. the state shall transfer .to the high way commissioner all records, flies, and supplies pertaining to the registration of motor vehicles. ' Souvenir and Post cards J. A, McKee's 930 Chapel Street. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, May 10th, 1907. ESTATE OP FREDERICK O. LEAVEN WORTH of New Haven, in said Dis trict, an incapable person. Frederick O. Leavenworth, having made written application praying that he may be restored to his capacity as by said application on file in this Court more fully appears, it is ORDERED, That said application bo heard and determined at a Court of Pro bate to be held at New Haven, In said District, on the 17th day of May, 1907, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendencv of said application, and of the time and placo of the hearing thereon, be given by pub lishing this order three times in some newspaper having a circulation In said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON, Clerk. Jason P. Thomson, attorney for the ap plicant. Bought, and which has been has borne the signature of has been made under his pcr- Signature of MELLEX MAKES REPLY. ' Resents Attacks on .ew 'JIuven Road In Connecticut Legislature. The following statement was issued to the r.resK hv Prpi,i.nt f1 s Tfp1i.n of the New York, Ntw Haven & Hart- lord Railroad .company regarding cer tain attacks upon the company and its representatives made in the Connecticut senate on Wednesdav. llav S. bv Sen ators Atwaler and Judson: Reflecting people generally recognize that the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad company has not heretofore obtained any legislation in Connecticut which has proved to bo against the public interest. The com pany has asked for very little legisla tion at this session of tho legislature, ami what it has asked for Is at least as much in the interest of the public as of its stockholders. The company lias at this session confined its opposi tion -to legislation to a verv few bills, and to bills which seem to me to bo against the public interest as well as against the groat business interests which I directly or indirectly represent, Neither the New York, New Haven iuruoru liauroad company nor ar.j riiii-Huon owned or controlled by it has expended a dollar to influence leg islation at this session of the Connec ticut legislature, except as it has legiti mately paid money to Its known attor neys. . . Tho company of which I n.m presi dent lia not used or caused to be used any unlawful or improper methods to influence the action of the Connecti cut legislature. . Any statements or imier.does by Senators Atwater and Judson to the contrary r.re absolutely without found ation in fact. No bill bcfoie the legislature can be effectively advocated or opposed with out reasons given privately as well as publickly to members of the legislature. Every one knows this, and if this com pany nas been at fault, the fault lies, I believe, in its failure to give explan ations of its position to members of the .legislature generally, owing to the fact that its officers and attorneys have been 1o busy with committee herings or with matters unconnected with leg islation. . I do not wish to raise any personal question in this particular case. It is apparent, however, as a general propo sition, that cunning promoters of priv ate projects to which, they think any established business interests are hos tile, can often find persons in the leg islature who may be interested in their schemes, or who have in some way been disappointed as politicians, to make personal attacks appealing .to an un discrimlnating prejudice , against cor porations and their officers and attor neys. If such attacks, unsupported by any evidence, are to be widely circu lated and accepted because of a love of sensation or because they appeal to popular prejudices, it will soon become impossible to induce any self-respecting lawyer or business -man to appear in tho capitol In behalf ;of the business interests of Connecticut: Yet every One knows, if ho reflects, that it contributes to good legislation to have constant watchfulness of proposed legislation ex ercised by any and all the established business interests of the state, and that obscure and irresponsible agents are far mora likely to exercise a bad Influence on legislation than are men on ability and standing. In conclusion, I wish to make it dis tinctly understood that every statement I have hereto made regarding the atti tude of the business interests which I represent toward legislation in Connec ticut has been adhered. to at this ses sion of the Connecticut Legislature, and will be adhered to during my adminis tration. CASTOR I A lor Infants and Children. Tlis Kind Yoii Ka?a Always Bought Bears the Signature CHERRIES ARE RIPE The first cherries of the season are here. The finest Northern Spy Apples, the best lot of Qrape Fruit and Or anges, the largest and finest red and yellow Bananas are here to-day . We have elegant Green Asparagus, Green Peas, Tomatoes, Mushrooms, Wa ter Cress, Peppers, , Okra and Arti chokes. J, e. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL STREET. An abundance of Fresh Vegetables. SPINACH EGO PLANT CAULIFLOWER Iinblinrd SQUASH NKW BERTS Fresh MUSUKOOM3 Florldn LETTUCE HA DISH ;h:ex peppers beiimuda ojuojjs water cress string brass SALSIFY HOTHOUSE CARROTS BERMUDA POTATOES HOTHOUSE TOMATOES VINEI AND SWKET POTATOES HOTHOUSE CUCUMBERS Spring Lamb, Fresh Mint, Green Peas The R, H. Nesbit Co. Cor. Elm tied Churcii Streets. Tel 872. BRANCH 1 27 !5 Kilei-wood ATeaae. Tel. 44-l The Sieinenone Pianos Those who wish to obtain tha finest Pianoforte mads should call at our warerooms, 137 Court Street, and examine this wonderful lnstru mnt in both grand and uprights. They are superior to all others While we have tha best, our price are iow, quality considered We are also representatives of the Hantaan Autotone Piayer-Pianc, Uo(lo!ue In UeRiicn, J'erfcct in Construction, Not Llnlile to Gift Out ut Order, Tlie Ealet to Piny. The Nearest Approach to Hand Play In R. The PerfecUon of AH Player Plnno. Pianos of other makes auch as HARDMAN, HARRINGTON and HENSEL. Remember (he name anil nnmber. The Steinertone Piano Co., STE1ERT BLDG, 137 COCBT ST. MOTHER CRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN; A Certain Onr for FeveriabneBS, t-nnNtiparioii, Headache, Slinnrb Trouble, Teething Disorders. i)d Destro Mother Gray, Worms. Thoi Break nn t'oldw .NiusBinObild- i" 34 hourf. At nil Ilrugeisis, lct. ren's Home. bMiiple mailed FREE. Address Ke VurkUii. A. S. OLMSTED, LeRov. N V. $txotltr$ Wedding Rings. ' Before purchasing compare our prices. We have a large selection of the newest styles in i8k. solid gold rings, also a fine display of silverware suit able for wedding 'presents. DURANT, 71 CHURCH STREET. Opposite 'ot Office. THE PROSPECTIVE JWfJHB 1ft ESPECIA ELY IM E K E S TE I) A V PKESEM IN THE MATTE It OV Bridesmaids,'' Gifts.- A GLANCE TimOUG If- O XJR STOCK Of BROOCHES, VEIL PISS AND NUMEROUS LITTLE ARTI CLES ADAPTABLE TO THE PC II POSEIS SIRE TO HELP HER TO 788 Chapel Street, NEW HAVEN, CT. Making Old Jewelry New Down in your strong box there are probably several pieces of old jew elry that are doing no one any good. For a small cost we might be able to modern ize them into desirable shapes and styles, or if, . hopelessly broken we will : make cash allowance for them. Let us show you what we can do. - Monson' s Jewelry Store, 857-859 Chapel St. And guarantee that everything will ba the best the market affords. Choicest of Beef, Fancy Country Dressed Veal, Native Dressed Lamb, and Fresh Killed Poultry. Tomatoes, Celery, Rhubarb, Lettuce. Asparagus, Cucumbers, Radishes, Dan delions, Oyster Plant, Epg Plant, eto. Dietter Bros, 203 Wnailey AveH Tel. 451 T. 43 Grave Street. Tel. !H4-X t ; ? HART MARKET CO. Our Anril Market Sun t plies are very choice and attractive Spring Lamb, S t Broilers and Squabs, all resh killed. t Green Vegetables, Peas, f i Strirg Beans, New Beets, J lomatoesana oucumDers. Oranges, Grape . Fruit and Bananas. 180 TEMPLE STREET. Telephone 443.