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(Ttttj otkes.
Mr. and Mrs. I w. Robinson, of
Canner street, spent Sunday in North,
ampton, Mass., with their daughter,
Miss Lois Robinson, who is a member
of the sophomore class at Smith col
lege. Cards are out for the recital which
the pupils of Mr. Louis Sajous will give
on Tuesday evening, June 18, at Har
monie hall. Mr. Ernest S. Doollttle,
the violinist, will assist, and among the
pupils who will sing are Miss Leola
Lucey, Mrs. Gunning, Mr. Edmund
DIneen, Mrs. Goodwin and Miss Irene
An engagement of interest to the
younger members of society in New
Haven is that of Miss Margaret Maxon,
, who graduated last year from Smith
college, to Mr. Ernest Draper, Amherst
1906, of Washington, D. C. Mr. Draper
was a member of Alpha Delta Phi and
oue of the most popular men in the col
lege. '..
The graduating exercises of the
Grace Hospital Training School for
Nurses will be held in the Plymouth
church chapel this evening at 8 o'clock.
A reception will follow at the Nurses'
dormitory, 1423 Chapel street.
Miss Grace Elizabeth "Walker, the
contralto, left yesterday for Idaho,
where she will visit her sister, Mrs. J.
G. Eldridge, after which she will spend
" some time in California.
Among those who sailed on the Kais
er Wilhelm II. yesterday were Dr.
Frederick Bellosa, Dr. and Mrs. Henry
Fleischner, Miss E. Fleischner, the
Misses Julie and Mollie Nadler, and Mr.
.W. B. Starkweather, of this city.
The wedding of Miss M. Louise Hurl
butt, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Augus
tus M. Hurlbutt, Yale 1876, of Stam
ford, and Baron Herman von Wetter-
Rosendahl, a Russian nobleman, took
place yesterday. Miss Hurlbutt met
the baron when she was staying with
her aunt, Excellenze von Funcke, in
Dresden several years ago, and Baron
Rosendahl was a student in the Dres-
, den Polytechnique.
Thursday evenlne of this week in
Warner hall a dramatic recital is to
be given for the benefit of the Florence
Crlttenton home by Miss Ruth Palmer
Phillips and Mr. Harold S. Hendee.
Miss Phillips and Mr. Hendee will be
assisted by Miss Ruth Lathrop, Mr.
Thomas Tompkins and Mr. Frederick
Kelsey. Tickets for the recital may be
secured of the toard of managers or at
the door. The full programme follows:
1. "From the Long Ago to Now" ' (A
Jk- Farce.)
Part I. Long Ago.
(Angela Warring ...... .... Miss Phillips
Propose to Build on Elm
Street Cost May be
State Attorney Williams, president
Df the New Haven County Bar, has
called a meeting of the Bar to be held
Friday morning at 10 o'clock to con
sider the plans for a new county build
ing, or to provide for the county needs.
At this time the Bar committee ap
pointed for the purpose will make a re
port, and they will report for a new
county building.
This committee is composed of Major
J. Q. Tilson, Henry C. White, James H.
Webb, John K. Beach and Judge Isaac
Wolfe. ,
State Attorney Williams said yester
day that there is a growing sentiment
among the lawyers and laymen in favor
of a new county building to be built
on a site in Elm street. He said that
it seems to be the only sensible thing
to do. The present quarters are crowd
ed, nd rather than add on to the pres
ent building It would seem better to
build elsewhere.
The plan seems to be to locate the
now county building on the Sargent
property at Elm and Church streets.
The hotel syndicate have this site In
view, but it is believed that the coun
ty can negotiate favorably for the lo
cation. It is estimated that a . new
county building will cost ?200,000 and
perhaps more.
The committee of the Bar will report
in favor of a new court house, located
where there will be plenty of room for
expansion in the future. If the coun
ty needs the Sargent site then can ac
quire it by the process of eminent do
main. In other words it can be con
demned. It is understood that the committee
of the Bar, ' fully realizing that the
present county building hag been erect
ed since 1872, and that the population
has increased 125 per cent, since that
time, that It is time for larger quarters.
They feel that New Haven and the
county is going to double the present
population In the next twenty-flve years
and that there is now a great need for
a better countx institution.
Donation Day for the Hannah Gray
The Twentieth Century club, which is
locking after the Hannah Gray home at
158 Dixwell avenue, announce a dona
tion day to-day. The home will be
open for inspection and the committee
will be in attendance afternoon and
evening. The management is hoping
for a generous response. Those in
charge are Mrs. Anthony Skinner, pres
ident; Mrs. William iAmos, secretary;
Mrs. Charles Kelly, ' treasurer, and
iMrs. E. George Biddle, chairman of
board of managers.
Regiland Fairfax .....Mr. Hendee
Violin duette
Messrs. Kelsey and Tompkins.
Part II. Now.
Joan Darcey .... Miss? Phillips;
Billy Mr. Hendee
2 Solo
a. "Temple Bells."
b. "Till we Meet."
Miss Ruth Lathrop.
3. A Part of Gulnnevre Tennyson
Miss Phillips.
4. Violin solo Selected.'
Mr. Tompkins.
5. A cutting from "The Little Minls-
. ter" Barrie
Miss Phillips.
6. A Study "Success."
Mrs. St. Aubums Miss Phillips
Mr. Gerald Stevens.... Mr. Hendee
Part I A room in Mr. St. Aubums"
Part II Mr. Steven's Studio.
7. Violin solo-
Mr. Tompkins.
S. Solo
Miss Lathrop.
9. A Comedy "First Aid to the Injur
ed." Sybil Rawson Miss Phillips.
Herbert Rawson .Mr. Hendee.
Scene Dr. Rawson's Study.
The monthly meeting of the Colonial
Dames was held at the home of Mrs.
Ell Whitney, jr., on Whitney avenue,
yesterday afternoon. The regular rou
tine business was gone over, and this
was the last meeting for the summer.
A large audience was present at the
recital of Mr. Nathan Fryer last even
ing in the Steinert Atheneum, , This
was Mr. Fryer's first formal recital In
America since he returned from abroad,
where he has been a pupil for the last
six years of Leschetisky. He played
with great reserve and with the finest
shading. He has a wonderful tech
nique, and his thorough mastery of the
piano was evident in all the numbers
he played. His touch is very fine
strong and at the same time delicate
and it is generally conceded that he
has a great future. The programme
was as follows:
I. Sonate, Op. 42,..,.... ,. Schubert
Moderato. Andante, poco mosso.
II. En Automne, Op. 36, No. 4
,,.. Mozkowskl
Carnival Mignon, Op. 48 Schutt
1. Prelude. ;' .
2. Serenade d'Arlequin. -
3. Tristesse de Colombine.
4. Polichinelle.
5. .Pierrot reveur.
6. Sganarelle. ,
III. Nocturne, Op.' 37, No. 2. ...Chopin
Etude, Op." 25, No. 2 Chopin
Impromptu, Op. 36 ....Chopin
Scherzo, Op. 20..... Chopin
Friends of Miss May Hopkins of 23
Hallock street will be pleased to learn
that she is able to be out of the house,
venturing forth Monday for the first
time since dislocating her knee cap last
Miss ICatherine Bush has returned
from her school in Burlington, N. J.,
to her home on Campbell avenue.
Miss Jennie Scott of New Haven who
has been visiting relatives in Union
City for the past Week, returned to her
homo yesterday.
John J.; Corbett, the well known
printer, was given 'dut Havanas yes
terday. John J. jr., came to his home
a few evenings ago a"hd he will be inl
ated into the fourth' degree, Knights
of Columbus, at the flrsT opportunity.
Mrs. J. I. Hoadley of New Haven and
her daughter arrived "in Waterbuiy
Monday in a Franklin icar arid after
luncheon resumed their jourriey -to New
Milford. ' , ' : ,
The New Haven Mothers' tilub mem
bers with their children- will enjoy a
picnic at Lighthouse Point, Saturday,
June 15, and hopes for a fair day are
very strong in their hearts, as this
will be the first picnic given by the
club. The season closed with the
meeting last Friday, when some excel
lent papers were read by the mem
ber!. . !
Judge John F. McDbnough and
Charles N. Freeman of Naugatuck,
were the guests of friends in New Ha
ven Monday afternoon.
To-day, Juno 12, Caroline Wash
burn Munger, daughter of George B.
Munger, of East River, will be married
to Mr. Edward Barker, of Hartford.
The wedding will be, if weather per
mits, out doors under an arbor. It is
expected a large number will be pres
ent. ,'
Howard Ensign of New Haven who
has been the guest of relatives on
Wooster street, Naugatuck, returned
home Monday afternoon.
The Hawthorne club of West Haven,
were recently entertained at the home
of Mrs. Leveritt Goodyear at Prospect
beach, at which time the officers for
the coming year were elected. Mrs. E.
H. Eggleston, president; Mrs. Leveritt
Goodyear, secretary, and Mrs. B. A.
Richards, treasurer.
Mrs. R. G. Newman and daughter,
Miss Lulu Newman of Wuterbury, ar
rived yesterday at Mr. Paterson's cot
tage at Prospect beach, for the sum
mer months.
Grace Palmer, the young daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Palmer, of West
Haven, who are summering at the
"Bird's Nest," Short Beach, was re
moved to New Haven hospital, Mon
day, a victim of scarlet fever. The
child was only convalescing. Mrs.
ling illness with typhoid fever. Mrs.
Palmer was formerly Miss Anna
Bishop of Branford.
This evening the alumni of the West
ville grammar school will meet at the
home of President Roy Taylor of Har
rison street, at which time they will
make arrangements for the annual
meeting and dance of the association
to be held this month. It is probable
that the meeting will be held one or
two days previous to the graduation
of the class of '07, thus giving the
alumni an opportunity of extending an
invitation to the graduating class. The
meeting will probably be held at. llans-
Popular Notion Sale Wednesday
Another of our popular Notion Sales. Not a lot of space used in the telling
but the values are the Best we've ever told you about; Of course, the Best No- -Notions,
always at Gamble-Desmond's. Under the electric clock. West Store.
Bindings, Beltings
5 Line All Silk Taffeta Bind
ing, black, whits and colors,
regularly 15c, 10o po
lYi, Inch Silk Serge Belting,
black and white, regularly
98o piece, 69o po
Curved Skirt Banding, black,
white and grey, 8c yd
Summer Weight
Dress Shields
100 Dozen Empire Dress
Shields, aperfect
summer Shield, odor
less, impervious, sizes 2, 3,
4, regularly sold at O-i
10c, 12c pair for OUla
Pins, all kinds
The Leading 400 Pins,
S papers for Bo
The Royal English Pins, 400
count, 3 papers for lOo
Puritan Dressmakers' Pins, half
pound boxes, 22c box
Vanity Fair Hair Pins, cabinet of
200 ' 7c
Victoria Safety Pins, all sizes,
8c doi
Mourning Pins In, boxes, lc box
English Bulk Hair Pins, Japanned,
lc bunch
Hooks and Eyes
Hook and Eye Tapes
Dress Fasteners
Hed Lion Hooks and Eyes, black
and white, all sties, lc card
Gem Hooks and Eyes, and Invisi
ble Eyes, all sizes, 3c card
Improved Unique Hook and Eye
Tape, black or white, 9c yard
Hold-Past Dress Fasteners, nlckle
and black, 3c doa
Snug Plaquet and Dress Fasten
ers, black and white, regu-
larly 12c, ' 6c doz
Spool Coltons
King's 200 Yard Machine Cotton,
black and white, all sizes,
8 spools for Bo
Darning Cotton, on cards, black,
tan and white, t cards for 3n
Are YOU getting your share ot the Black and White Waterproof and Per
spiration Proof H ABUT AI SILKS that are on sale here for A THIRD
UNDER their value. , It .-
White Habutal Wash Silks, from 25cts to 89cts a Yard
Black Habutal Perspiration Proof Silk, from 36cts to 9Scts a Yard
field's grove and the dance following
at tho Momauguin.
Robert Bush, son of Lawyer and
Mrs. C. K. Bush, left on Sunday for a
week's stay In Warrenvllle, Conn.
A pretty wedding was solemnized at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Trow
bridge of Weekeepeeniee, in Wood
bury, last Thursday afternoon when
their daughter, Gertrude Isabel, was
married to Harry Grandison Northrop
of New Milford. The Rev. S. F. Rloom-
field officiated. Mrs. Clarence Trow
bridge of Roxbury played the wedding
march. Tho bride was charmingly
gowned in white. The decorations
consisted of lilies of the valle, Honey
suckle, ferns and boxwood. The bride
was the recipent of many presents.
Guests were presents from New Mil-
ford, Brldgewater, Roxbury, Shelton,
Danbury, Woodbury and New York.
After several days spent in touring
with two horses and carriage they w411
make their home in New Milford.
A Fine Bfuslcale.
A delightful afternoon mustcale for
parents of 'the students and a few close
friends was given by the pupils of Miss
Minnie G. Tillou, in the parlors of her
home, 118 College street, Saturday af
ternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The following!
program was given:
Spanish Dance Moszkowskl
Marguerite Houston, Helen MaoGregor
A Ghost Story ..Hannah Smith
Margaret Fisher.
Hunting Song H. Smith,
Lucia Clark.
Cooing Dove Orthj
Carol Fisher, 1 1
Gipsy Fireside .....Eilenberg j
iRita Wheeler.
The Brave Soldier Gairlltt
Marguerite Tllton.
(a) 'Fluttering Leaves Kolling
(b) Flower Song Lange
Helen MadQregor.
Good Night E. Nevin
Chase Knowlton.
Barchetta E. Nevin
Miss Emily Spalding.
Flower Song G. Lange j
Miss Pearl Simonaen.
Murmuring Zephyrs
Miss Sadie Davis.
To Spring Grieg
Miss Rosalind Hammer.
Funeral March Chopin
Miss Marion Thatcher.
(a) Fifth Sonata Haydn
(b) Good Night Nevin
Miss Marguerite Houston.
The Two Skylarks Leschetlzky
Miss iDelphina Hammer.
Valse Brilliante Moszkowskl
Hiss MacGregor, 1
New Haven's Most
Reliable Department Store
lOct and 12ct
. 5cts Skein
500 Skeins Golden Fleece
Knitting Wool in German
town, Saxony and Shetland
Floss, a great variety of
wanted colors. These high
class yarns are - regularly
sold at 10c and 12c skein.
On a special table
near elevator.
At 5cts Skein
Pearl Buttons
250 Gross Fine White Pearl
Buttons, two-hole,
2 doz. for 4o
Extra Fine White Pearl But
tons, all sizes, 2 doz. for 7c
Lot of Fine Ocean Shell Pearl
Buttons, two-hole, regularly
7c to 10c doz., 4c doa
Hair Fins
1 000 Cards Shell and
Amber Horn H a i r
Pins in loop and round
tops, plain and crimped,
regularly lOcM a crd C
Special for
Steel La'd Shears
-. ..
AS MALL lot of Steel
Laid Shears, in sizes
6, 6Y2, 7, 8 and ?
inches,' very slight imper
fections, in nickeling, regu
larly 50c 69c, 75c "and $1
goods. ! 3Qrtc
Any Mze for o:7yi:
To the Present IHmin. i '
Your seats have hardly yet been used;
They're Just as good as new;
Fresh, handed down from Duma One,
Re-touched for Duma Two.
They are or should be Russian oak:
Your walls of deal and plaster;
Your ceiling's strong, but loosely hung
All work of some great master.
In princely hall you are bid to sit,
And think what laws you'd like;
And if, by chance, you hit It wrong, .
You'll meet some Ducal Mike. .
You know the' Nation's at your back
It prods you If you shy;
You also know some one's In front,
It's" much like "Do and die."
Your work's as simple as can be,
It's just to save a nation:
And, if some 'accidents occur,
It's tha same In every station.
But, pluck up heart! Drum-heads and
Map out their plans quite duly:
And, if Black Hundreds fill the land,
They'll help to save it, truly.
With Light and Sweetness on all Bides,
Keep to the work before you.
Famine, Elections, all Free-thought
These surely shouldn't leave you.
Paternal rulers care for these
Don't tire your brains with scheming;
Friend Stolypln will wateh your work,
Then brand your bills "Wild Dream
ing." Land-hungry are the wretched louts?
Bread-hungrv, too, you say?
Grand Dukes would gladly yield their
But, then who's going to pay?
Of course, It's hard to keep In line
All sorts of half-broke cattle:
It also Jars the nerves a bit
When Cossack muskets rattle.
Re-actionlst and liberal views
Wouldn't seem to merge quite
But, be assured, they are Just one
Tear's Council proves it neatly.
So, strive to save the Mother-land!
The land Slav hearts love dearly:
And, If you land in "Peter-and-Paul's"
Why, Size, you will feel queerly.
Yes, try to save dear Mother-land, .
The Tsar and all his nieces!
If Hall or Palace soar on high
Then try to save the pieces.
Plymouth Cherbourg Southampton
From New York Saturdays at 9:30 a. m.
St. Louis, June 16. I St. Paul, June 29.
Phlla., June 22 'New York, July 6.
New York Dover Antwerp.
Finland, June 15. I Vaderland, July 6.
Zeeland, June 22. I Kroonland, July 13
Piers 14 and 15, N. River, Office, S Broad
way, Bowling; Green Building. -N. Y.,
Bishop & Co., 1S5 Orange St.: M. Sun
der & Sons, 249 State St.; J. H. Parish
A. Po.. 86 Oranre St.: 8wiv Xr. ICI-
gey, 102 Church St., New Haven, eodtfjlO 3t
Shoe Laces
-4 Tubular
larly 6c, .
-4 Tubular
larly lOo,
Laces, reg-
8c doz
Laces, reg-
" Be doz
6-4 and 6-4 Tubular Shoe Laces,
regularly 6c pair, ,
, 1 8 pair for Be
80-Inch Silk Tie Laces,: i inch
wide, regularly 15c, for 9c pr
. Waving Irons
H"'" IGHLY polished nic
: ' kel, two prong wav
;. . ( ing Irons, ;. make the
latest Parisian and . Marcel
waves. . Sold every
where at 25c, 29c
Hose Supporters
Children's, ;.Mlsses and Women's ,,
' Lisle Supporters, black and
, white,' with rubber grip,
'' " ' . " "c pair
K!e.lne'rt'siLHook-On Supporters,
Sattcen Pad, regular value .
. 15c, for-,. - ; 80 Pair
Women's Pin-On Supporters,
black,' white, pink and bltia. -,',
Frill Web, value, 15o, . 8c pair .
English Gold Eye Needles, all
numbers, 2c paper
Worsted Carpet Binding, 9c po
Hardwood Stocking Darners,
2c each
4 and 6 Hook Corset Clasps,
regularly 6c - , 3c
San Toy Collar Buttons, 3c doz
10c Assorted Cube Pins, 6c cube
French Pearl Lace Pins, regu-
larly 10c, 5o card
8 Piece Pearl Shirt Waist Sets,
10c and 15o kind, ;... Be set
Adjustable Sleeve Protectors, .
, " black, white, checked, 8c pair
' S-Yard Twill Tapes, lc roll
Engllsli Non-Twisting Bunch
, ( Tapes, 2o for Be
Best Quality 10-yard English
, , Tapes, 7c P
Fine' Lawn Bias Tape Folds,
Nos. 1, 2, and 8, 8c po
Golden "Wedding Remembrances.
Mr. and Mrs. William Maltby express
their appreciation a.nd thanks for the
surprise gift so generously bestowed on
them by their Northport friends on the
occasion of .their golden anniversary.
legal Notices.
Seajed bids will be received at thft
Free Public Library not later than 12
o'clock, noon. June 21. for furnlshine
seventy-five gross tons of Lehigh egg
cnai, intumer or ,ienno, wen screened;
and five gross tons of best- washed pea
coal to be delivered in cellar of Free
Public Library. Bids must be accom
panied by certified check, payable to
J. N. Rowe, controller 5 of amount
of bid. he right to reject any nnd all
bids is reserved. ill 3t
Room 2, City Hall.
Bids will be received at this office
until Monday, June 24, at 2 p. m. for
the eight hundred (800) tons of Ice,
more or less, contained in tho south
side of the ice house at Sprlngslde
Farm. Blank forms of bids may be ob
tained at this office, and the right is
hereby reserved to reject any or all
311 3t Superintendent.
District of New Haven, ss. Probate
Oourt, June 8, 1907.
Haven, In said District, deceased.
Michael F. Shea of New Haven, hav
ing made written application praying
that administration of said estate may
be granted, as by said application 011
file in this Court more fully appears,
it Is
ORDERED That said application be
heard and determined at a Court of
Probate to be held at New Haven, In
said pistrlct, on the 14th day of June,
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 all parties interested in said es
tate, by publishing this order three
times in a newspaper having a circula
tion in said District,
By the Court
JlO 8t Clerk.
Dlstriot . of New Haven, ss. Probate
Court, June 8, 1907.
New Haven, in said District, deceas
ed. The Administrator ct.a, d.b.w, having
exhibited his administration account
with said estate to this Court for allow
ance, It is
ORDERED, That the 13th day of
June, 1907, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, at a Court of Probate to be held
at New Haven, in said District, be ap
pointed for a hearing on the allowance
of said account, and that notice of tho
tim nnd place of said henring be giv
en by publishing this order three times
in rac newfnaper having a circula
tion In auld Disit'-ict.
By the Cojrt
' FOODS. -
The Board of Health of the City f
New Haven, at a meeting hold May '3,
1907, amended the Health Regulation de
Contamination of Foods so that the
same as amended shall read as follows:
Section 1. The conveying through, the
streets of New Haven or the exposing in
front of stores or other places meat,
fowl or fish intended for human con
sumption, unless so covered that the
same cannot be contaminated by dust,
mud or filth, Is hereby- prohibited.
Section 2. The exposing of fruits,
vegetables of other food stuffs, Intended
for human consumption, ' outside--of
stores, markets or places - of sale is
hereby prohibited, unless the stand or
bottom of the container is at least two
feet above the sidewalk.
Section 3. No meat or dead- animals
above the size of a rabbit shall be tak
en to any public market to be sold for
human food until the same shall have
been fully cooled after- killing, nor un
til the entrails, head and feet (except
of poultry and game, andi except tha
heads and feet of swine) 1 shall . have
been removed. ; .
Section 4. Every person violating
these regulations, on conviction, shall
forfeit or pay a penalty of not more
than fifty dollars.
Attest: I
. WARD BAtLEt.- .
J7 5t . Clerk.
The Committee on Railroads and
Bridges of the Board of Aldermen will
hold a public hearing in Rooms 10-11,
City Hall, Thursday, June 13, 1907, at
8 o'clock p. m. for the consideration of
the- following matters: ; v v
,; '.Conam.unicii.tfon .from His, Honor the
Mayor for; -a foot bridge o'er the out at
Wooster street. , . .' ;. j .; ' -
Petition of , David, Ly Davis'et als.,
for suitable' gates at the.Shelton avenue
grade -,crossinff.. . 1 , ,.. - iiV'V
i Petition of Henry DonovArt for the es
tablishment of jgrade vcrOssjiiKS by low
ering tracks-' and building bridges at
Webster,: '.Monson,, -Ars vie,- - Division,
Thompson, Ivy, Brewster and ' Bnssett
Street, and at Shelton avenue railroad
crossing.-""--- - . --., .
'. All persons interested in the torego
ing are hereby . notified to be present
and be heard thereon without- further
notice. - .-. . ;. -
Per order . . 1
. r. - ', ; Chairman.
Attest! " .
jlO 3t Assistant city Clerk.
! The Special Committee' dc. New. Haven
day at Jamestown ; Exposition of the
Hoard. .or -a er.mon,. wjn now. a puoitc
hearing in Room 14, City Hull, Wednes
day, June VI. litiif, at -ociocK-p. m.
for the consideration of the following
communication: . . ' 1 .- .
Communlcntvoii from His Honor the
Mnvor recommending that a day be des
ignated as New Haven Day at the
Jamestown Exposition.
All persons interested in the forego
ing are hereby notified to be pre.wnt
and be heard thareon without further
notice. ,..,
Per order '
Attesti -. -
J10 3t . Assistant City Clerk.
Tho committee on Claims of the
Board of Aldermen will hold a public
hearing in Room 13, City Hall, Wednes
day, June- 12, 1907, at 8 o'clock p. m. for
the consideration of the following peti
tions: ,.-,
Petitions of Town of North Haven,
William Brecn, Foster A. Hall, Anna A.
Corcoran, John Debowes, Andrew Gilll
gan, Mary H. Thompson, Henry Patten,
Hubert St. Cyr, Julia Brennan. Ray
mond Moriarity and Otto Br.uining,, for
All persons' interested in the forego-,
ing are hereby notified .to be present,
and be heard thereon without further
Per order - - 1
, . Chairman.
Attest: '
J10 3t Aslsta.nt City Clerk.
District of New Haven, ss. Probate
Court, June W,. 1907: '
late of New Haven, in said District,
1 deceased.. .!.,",. ..-
. Catherine C. Cashmah of New Haven
having made written application pray
ing that administration of said estate
may be granted, as by said application
on me in tnis Lpurt more ruiiy appearB,
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 18th day of June
1907, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, and
that public notice of the pendency of
said application, and of the time and
nlace of the hearing thereon, be given
all parties interested in said estate by
publishing this order three times in a
newspaper having a circulation In said
District. , ,..-, :
By the Court. ' '
jll 3t ,! ' 1 : Clferk.
White Star Line
Bnltlc, June 14.
Cedrle, June 20.
Celtic, June 27.
Arabic, July 4.
'Bnltic July 11.
CedrJe, July 18.
Majestic, June 12, 10 n. m. July 10.
Adrlntic (new) June 1U, lli.tO a. m.
Teutonic, June 2, 10 a. lilts July 24.
Oeennie, July 3. 12iH0 p. 111., July 31.'
. New, 25,000 tons; has elevator, Gym
nasium, Turkish Baths. Band.
Fast Twin Screw Mali Stenmers.
Of 11.400 to 15,800 tons.
CYMRIC, June 10, 4tS0 p. m July 17.
REPUBLIC, July 3, 5 p. m.j July 31.
Komnnic, July lfi.
Crctlc, June 20, noon. Romnnlcj Jy 15
Cnnoplv, June 20, 1 p. 111., August 10.
Romanic, Sept.-14 3 a-. m'. Oct. 26.
For plans, etc.,' apply to Company'
Ofllce, tt Ilroudway, N. Y. or S4 State St.,
India Building, Boston, or to Sweeter
A Kelsey, 102 Church Btreet, Bishop A
Co., 186 urange street; j. n. rarisn
Co., 86 Orange street.
New Haven.
mzb mwt
1300 Miles
Pacific Coast Scenery
Los Angnles to Portland
Go west and see for yourself the
manifold out-of-door joys to be
found all along this scenic high
way. . . . '
Between New Orleans and the
. Pacific Coast.
Latest equipment; oil burning
locomotives. .
inquire 170 Washington St.. Bosto'
Offer Hand Concert.
. One of the leading merchants of the
city who does not care to have his
name used has promised money for
one of the eight band concerts to be
given on the Green m July. The al
dermanic committee is planning to
have the ?rcen illuminated on these
occasions and to make July a fete
month. Preparations are already being
made for the independence day celebra
tion, ,
June 10, 11)07.
For New York 4:23
x5:65, x6:50, x7:23 S-Vin
9:35, m9:52. lA-nn '.iiS'l
'4":45, 5:00,
8:20, 8:45,
11 -SK 9 m
3:47. 3:54. '
n.v, t..uv, z:ih 3-Ri
xt:15, 6:50, 7:05. 7-m
9:20 d. m. "4
. III., AlJi.UU,
4:35, 5:10,
118:50 9:10,
lI0o'DMm",,Mn ,au H"r,
i.Vlh 12:?5 night, daily.
n . . ' . 1 '
ldence2 17 8 -fif ,Vn2?n "n1
iiii-me t.ii J:53 7 :47, 8-3S !Hi--i
if Boston Tin Sprlnpfli-ian-io
11:06, a. m., 12:56. 1:42. 54-1 '
Sumlays-.l:10 a. m 1 42 6-43 n m
4:00,6:35. f:4?. '.""ft0
i uesaays,
9:50 p. m. Sundays
a. m 1:42, 5:35,
x9:20 p. ni.
1:10. x9:0R -rfi'-oe
6:43, 7:10, x8:06.
For New London, etc. '2-17 s.k-i
7:47, 9:)5,. 9:38. 11-07 xlHl-Ss ' '
12:02, IIK-J, 2:54;V3:V8':05 I'OB (To
Saybrook) . 4:18, 4-50 5 90
116:38, .6:59, 8:15,' (to Guiifords8-lVto
SKW'i B "0:00 p. m. Sundays
- For Mlddletown, Wllllmsntte, Etc.
In J' m-" k2:E1' 6:33' 6:55 (t0 Worcester
and Fitcnburg) p. m. Sundays 7:20 p.
For Shelburne Fulls, etc. 7-44 a' ' m
1i:2(L(t,,?,ew Hartford), 4:01, 5:54 (i
Westfleld) p. m. vlJ
For Waterhury 6:58, 8.00, 'SB, 9:40.
a. m 12:10, 2:35, 5:25. 7:40 11:40 p m
Sundays-8:30, 11:10 a. m.. 6:40, 8:4
2:35, 5:25. 7:40 p. m., . Sundays-8:30 a
m., 6:40 p. m. .
Fof Plttsfleld and Intermedlnte
9 (innriAB5 (vla ?ridSePOTt) 8:35 a. m.
!!5 P- m. Sundays 8:00 a. m.
aS.OO p. m. Sundays 8:00 a. m.
Ponghkcepsle s2:00, a5:fl0 p. m.
7r0oi0rk v,1 B'ldseport and Steam
er 7.23 a, m. Sundays 7:55 a. m.-
sSaturdays only. 'Express trains
L,,,uaj-B. iiuvionaays oniv.
V. M. SHI5PARD, p. c. COLET,
uen. Sunt., Asst. Gen, Pass. Agt.
ARES HEDTJCED, 75c to New York.
Steamer Chester W. Chapin.
Front New Rnven Rt
Belle Dock 1.00 a. m. daily, except
Mondays. Passengers may board
steamer at any time after 10:00 p. m.
,FroJ?i New yrk Steamer leaves
Pier 20 East River, foot of Peok Blip
wee aays iAtt p m.; root East 22d
street 3 p. m. . .. ,. ..."
SUxNDATS until Sept. 8, inclusive,
eave New Tork. Pier 2fi m. tl. 9 m
foot Bast. 22d ,street 10 a, m. Lcavo '
Newr Haven 4:30 i). m.
Time, between New . Haven and Kew
Tork about five hours.
'0tloketl.ftn,1 staterooms' apply at
the office on Belle Dock; also at Bishon
& CO., 185 Orahsre St. and on stemnei-
ucuriio . man, Aim, new jttaveu.
Starln's N.Y.&N.H.Llns
Leaves JNcw waven :0 p. m., Btarlu
Pier, foot ot Brown Street Leaves
New York 9:00 p. in., Cortland Street,
Pier No. 13, N. R. Fare 75c, excursion
tickets J l.zl). Rooms i. Tune (jnap
91 Street cars to Brewery Street
Hew Bavea Conn,
Sailing from New York every Satnrday
NEW TWIN BUKJUW Bi1siAm.aa.1rti
Average passage TU days. .
"Astoria" and "FuraeMin."
For rates of saloon, second cabin 0?
third class passage, book of tours ana,
further Information apply to Hender
son Brothers, New York.
Or, Jas. Mustarae, v urown St., jmsn
h a. r-vi iMh ranrn rttbpi .i m-
Shanley, 785 Grand ave., J. A. Svanson.
516 State St;, Sweesey & Kelsey, 10J
Church St.. New Haven.
Twin Screw Passenger Service
Kaiserln June 13 I P. Lin'ln June 23
Patricia ..June 15 I "Deutschl d. Ju. 27
Amerika.. June 20 Waldersee.June 29
Among special reatures 01 tnese ves
sels are: Grill Room, Gymnasium,'
Palm Garden, Rltz-Carlton Restaurant,
Elevators, Electric Katns. -
R. R. Tickets, hotel accommodations.
and general information about foreign
travel. ...
Traveler's Checks, good ali over ths
3B-8T Broadway, N. Y.
Bweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St.M.
Zunder & Son, 249 State St.; J. H. Par-i
ish & Co.,, 86 Orange street.; Bishop
Co. 186 Orange St.; H. Bussman, 71
Orange 6t
185 Orange Street
Are direct agents for all lines.
Reserve your stateroom ac
commodations now!
International Mercantile Ma
ine Cheques and Steamship
.nipBBule Cleaerala Trauatiantlqu
H limit Line to ilA V RE tAHLH, i'ranoa
bailing every THURSDAY, 10 a. to.
From pier 42, North River
Mew Tork.
La Provehce June 15
La Lorraine June 20
La Savoie June 27
La Touraine ...July J
La Provence July 11
La Bretagne ...July IS
Twin-screw steamers.
Apply to French Line 19 State St, N. T.
or Sweessy & Kelsey, 10J Churck St,
- Bishop & Co., 183 Orange 8t,
Parish & Co.. 81 Orange St
A Oortiin Core foi Feverlsaness,
Cnnatijmtiou, . II end ache,
Mtnmofli Troubles, Teething
Pisorders, nd Tleroy
Worm. They Break up Colds
in 1 hours. At ail LruBistA, iioca.
SoK)l ulilMJ FKE?. . Acidiww,
A. S. OLMSTED. Le Ro. N T.
Mother Grjf,
Nurse in Chlld
rftu's Homo,
. Wednesdays. Thursrfav.
rrways); x9:45, n0:03, ll-ofi I JJ.
12:56, 1:10. m2, 3 -10 4-02
5:43. 6:0S (tc TwUtf IS.h x:??'

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