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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY AUGUST 5, 1907.
6 COURT DECISIONS; ;, C1VIUND CRIMINAL Receivers of Wire Corpora tion Will Ask the Court to Accept Report. HELD ON $5,000 BONDS Tar's Day Ashore Robbed of All but His Uniform Sent Back to Ship. The receivers of the National Wire Corporation, 'Messrs. H. Stuart Hotch kiss and Frederick B. Farnsworth, have sent out notices to the creditors of the company of their intention to apply to the superior court for the acceptance of 'their reports, the winding up of ithelr trust and an order to turn over the as . sets to the trustee In bankruptcy. The hearing will take place August the Uth at 10 o'clock. The notice further states that the ef fect of such orders, If granted by the court, will be to terminate the receiv ership In the state courts and trans fer the entire administration of the estate to the United States bankruptcy court. It Is possible that at or before this session of the court the Injunction ask ed ftf'iby a number of creditors to re- j strain Messrs. Hotchkfss and Farns worth from turning over the assets to the bankruptcy trustees will 'be argued. At a. special session held before Judge Shumway, a week ago, the injunction was asked, but because notice had not been sent out to all interested, or evi dence to that effect was wanting, the case was held up. until notice could be Issued. With the pendency of this issue of the case, It Is undoubted that the asked for order of the receivers will be opposed. The creditors who seek the .injunction are of the opinion that their Individuals would be ma terially reduced if the assets were transferred to the bankruptcy court " now.. Held on Serious Crime. John Reynolds, a laborer, who has a room in lower George street and who 1s said 'to belong In Fair Haven, was bound over to the superior court under $5,000 bonds by Judge Mathewson In the chambers of the City court on a serious charge made by two girls about twelve years of age. Reynolds has $528 in the bank and drew this for ball when arrested on Tuesday. , At the trial were the girls, Sadie Jacoboski of 78 Lafayette street, and Lena Faull of 58 Washing ton avenue. Besides the testimony of the young sters Policemen1 Schmitt and Powers told of this man's acta In the Green after dark with children to whom he gave pennies. He" denied the charges. A Tmi' Dny Ashore. Charles J. Adams, a tar on board the .tU.S..."Rliode Island, had a-Ssr"T?arS of &bsen.- He started lor Boston, but on the. way fell into the clutches of a number of land rats who spirited away his. wad of greenbacks. They even re lieved him of his sailor bonnet, , In or der to teach his ship in time and being minus the necessary coin to pay his - fare, Adams hopped on an engine and on arriving here was arrested for tres pass. Judge Matthewson released him and also instructed the probation offi cer to pay his fare to :the New York navy yard. Police Court Canes. James Egan, of Columbus avenue, charged with theft of two chickens, the propertly of R. A. Wa,tsan, was fined $5 and costs. 'Pasquale Fusco, of Hudson street, charged with breach of the peace, was remanded for trial until August 5. The breach of .the peace cases against Theresa Barrello, Rocco Petrello, Amelia Dellectino, Alphoneo Barrlllo, Tony Dellectlno, 'which concerns an Oak street fight in which a knife was used, were continued until Aug. 9 for trial. A charge of breach of the peace against Charles Gewitz, of Lyon street, was continued until Aug. 8 for trial. Oliver Thompson was fined $5 and Ralph Vanvalkenburgh was given -a Judgment suspended on charges of trespass on railroad property. ABRESTED FOR JEW'Et. THEFT. Young Tiftt York Wanted for $100 v Robbery. . A young man, about twenty years of age, who has been camping near Wav erly Grove, Savin Rook, was arrested a few days ago by the West Haven police and held for the New York officers. He was charged with theft of jewelry in the metropolis. Two diamond ringe, a diamond locket and a neck chain, total value $1,100, taken from the home of Mrs. Delia Gilroy of 165 East 106th street, comprise the substance of the theft. Friday morning Lieutenant Hughes of the New York detective bureau reached New Haven and visited Cap tain Cowles. He had located a number of .diamonds, which It Is alleged had been stolen In New York In Bridgeport pawn shops. He still continued the work on. the case of the theft, which it was stated amounted to $1,100 worth of gems until Saturday afternoon when with Captain Cowles and Sergeant SCranton of the West Haven force he went to Savin Rock and met the boy's father by appointment. An agreement iwas reached whereby the boy was to fco to New York with his father and Lieutenant Hughes. It Is known that the pawn tickets 'were found on the young man when he was first taken into custody and that the diamonds were found fn Bridgeport. "Ouch!" complained the automatic scales in the railroad station, "these fat men will be the ruin of me. That lest one simply put me on the bum." "Well," replied the chewing gum ma chine, "now you can lie in weight for the ne3l one." Catholic Standard and Times. :J . PERSONAL NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Gardner of Poquonnock, who were so severely injured in the collision between a trolley passenger car and a itrolley freight on Thursday, are sister and' brother-in-law of Mrs. Leonard Fairbanks of 46 Bishop street. They were en joying a trolley ride between Westerly and Norwich when the accident occurr ed. Mr. Gardner has a compound frac ture of the skull and both legs broken and Saturday evening his case was' considered almost hopeless. Mrs. Gard ner has an arm broken In two places and a fractured knee. Their son Louis Gardner, came rto this city Wednesday night to visit his relatives, but went Thursday night to the hospital in Nor wich where his parents are. Registered at Putnam's for over Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. W. F. 'Pal mer Tastmons, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dibble, South wick, Mass.; Mrs. Calen der, New Britain; Mr. Keenic, New Britain; M. W. Apinwoll, Washington, Conn.; B. H. Johnson, Winsted'; Mrs. Hareford, Winsted; Mr. ' Felton, Win sted; Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Stillman, Waterbury; Joseph Kendell, East hampton. , Mrs. Thomas H. Gebbie of 141 Clifton street, recently returned from New York where she attended the wedding of her cousin, Miss Rhovena Tape, to Mr. Christopher McRae. Mr. and Mrs. McRue sailed on the Fuenessia of thb Anchor line for Glasgow where they will spend several weeks, also visit London and Paris and many other places of Interest. They arrived safe ly in Glasgow and many nice postals have been received by Mrs. Gebbie. Frederick Klein, formerly of the Winchester armory and a former resi dent of Bishop street, is home from, the Bermudas for a, short stay. His health is greatly improved from his residence .in the Bermudas. His many friends are elnrt to e-reet him. Miss Alice Langford, daughter of M. J. Langford of Naugatuck, has been appointed a teacher in the kindergarten department of the Union City schools. She is a graduate of the Naugatuck, High school and of the Graves Kinder garten school of New Haven. Miss Bessie Sweeney of Sachem street, is spending a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Swee ney of Boston. With her is Miss Maude Spiegel of Bishop street. j, Frederick Calvin Norton, manager of the Merrman Bros. Drug store, and well and favorably known as a histori cal writer, who was elected president of the board of trustees of the Henry Whitfield State Historical museum lo cated In Guilford, was appointed one of the original trustees by Gov. Louns bury in 1899. The Rev. John Russell, pastor of St. Patrick's church, and the Rev. P. M. Kennedy, pastor of St. Francis' church, have returned from, a month's stay- at Sharon Springs, N. Y. 'Dr. J. W. Volmer, recently grad uated from .the Yale Medical school, and later from New York City hos pital, has taken an office room for two days per week in Darlen. The Misses Josephine, Helen and Marie Dooley of Rose street areJ,j;islt !n4SgICJiW4TOtir Bruns wick and will remain until the autumn. Mrs. Howard Ensign of this city, who has been visiting Mrs. P. B. Perry of City Hill street, Naugatuck, has re turned to her home. Mrs. Harry E. Nettleton and daugh ter, Miss Constance Nettleton, of West Haven, have returned home from a month's visit with Mrs. John M. Rich ards at her cottage at Burwell's Beach. Miss Dorothy M. Lyman, daughter of former Councilman Lyman of Hart ford, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Albert G. White. In New Haven. Miss Bertha Warner, soprano solo ist at Calvary Baptist church, has left for a month's vacation, which she will spend camping with a. party of fif teen young ladies in Maine. Arthur L. Sumpson, messenger of! the Hartford board of councllmen, will spend next week at Indian Neck. Miss Ella Schoenberger of Cottage street has returned from an enjoyable trip to Boston and Atlantic City. Miss Kurtze of . iNo. ' 166 Hamilton street, Hartford, accompanied by her mother and brother, have come to this city for a ten days' visit. P. I. O'Keefe of 30 Winchester ave nue, celebrated his birthday recently with a party of forty friends. A L. gram of vocal and instrumental muslo was followed by supper at midnight. Mr. O'Keefe received a number of gifts among them a fine tobacco set. E. F. Goodyear, physical director of the Waterbury Y. M. C. A., with his family, have returned from a month's vacation in West Haven, and in Smith field, Me. Miss Alvina Mendel, of New York, is the guest of her brother, Adolph Mendel and family at their summer home In Beach street, West Haven. Mr. and Mrs. H. 'Eschholz, their family of Hartford and Miss Agnes Eschholz of 'Springfield, are spending three weeks at Sound View. Mrs. Horace McDivitt and little daughter of Boston, Mass.. are Ing a month with Mrs. McDIvitt's pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Jarvls Kelsey of Center street, West Haven. Mr Me -Divltt spent Sunday with his family wiisuu x-evK, me superior court mes senger, this city, Is confined to. hi home with typhoid fever. M pa was taken ill a week ago and has been under the care of Dr. Foote. He is nn the road to recovery. A few of the members of the Sigma Phi club of West Haven left on Friday for a week's outing at Putnam, Conn. In the party were the Misses Elsie Tuttle, Gussie Mortimer, Etliel Adams, Marguerite Bradley, Ada Tuttle, Nel lie Hall, Edith Bradley and Beulah Bradley. Mrs. P. J. Seward of Pittsburgh, Mrs. L. Wheaton and daughter of Burnside and Mrs. Hartmann of Bos. ton are visiting Mr. and Mrs! F. E. Hurd, in Clinton. . Highway Commissioner Macdonald W expected in Thom'psonville this week to accept the state road that is be ing built part way to Hazardvllle. Eurr Clark Pierce, formerly of West Haven, 'and Miss Madge Ada Lane, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Mi nor Lane, were married July 30 In Bcston, Mass. iMr. ant Mrs. Edward Prince of A Bargain Jubilee In The Upholstery Store We want to say "Good Bye" on Monday to all these end-lots. You'll note these are almost un heard of prices quoted on Curtains, Shades, Mattings, Rugs,' Odd Furnit ure and the like. A WARNING many of the lots will.last onl an hour and probably less, so come the first thing. You'll be mre.than repaid for your early coming; Matting Remnants 10c Yard China Mattings, lengths from 4 to 12 yards. Window Shades 12k etc Opaque and Sunfsst Holland Window Shades regu.ar price 39c and 50cts. For 12cts Each , Only 4 shades to a buyer. Hemstitched Iluslin Curtains 200 Pair Ruffbi Muslin Curtains, temst'd edge, regular 59ct and 63ct Curtains. To close out at SScts Pair Single Pairs Lace Curtains t Sin lie p3irs o Cltmy, Arabian arH Rennais sance Curtains, at LESS than HALF Price; $19,50 Curtains $8.50 f8.98 Curtains $4. SO $13.50 Curtains $5.75 $7.50 Curtains $2,93 $13.50 Curtains $5.50 And so on. Tabourettes 4Scts Each Bamboo Ta-bourettej, stand 18 inches high, fancy spindle legs, regu'arly 98cts, . Portieres $1.69 Each Rope Portieres, for single or double doon, regular price $3 50 each. ( Clothes Trees 89c!s Each So'id oak Clothes Trees, regular price $1.25 And The Picture Gallery ; Is Holding a Bargain Jubilee Dining Room Panels Pic Color Prints, in gilt frames- Photo Franks, in gilt end tures, 12x24, weathered oak matted; siz; 16x20. Regular black, aiJorted mzts, 3, 4 and frames, regular price 8 ?c price $1.25 each, ' 5 openisgs,' To close out To close out at 59cts . To close out at 63cts 29c, 49c and 65c 11 ; ' ' i ; 11 Gilt Fram? Pictures, size 1,000 Embossed Pictures. in Pastel Pictures, in nice gilt 11x14," subjects landscapes oak frames, the latest assort frams, retular $1.25 and and heads, regular price 49c. , ed subjects'; regular price 15c. $1.39 Pictures. To close out at 2SctJ Each To close out at Sets Each To close out at 73ct Mevv Haven are visiting atvO. T. Bish op's, in (Avon. P. J. AUspaug-h of Benham Hill dai ry, is entertaining his nephew, Charles P. Beck of Stamford. Miss Ada 'M. Henderson of Boston, Mass., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. B. Hunt, of Stevens Heights, West Haven. . Mrs, Ambrose Beck of Fitch street, who was operated upon at the New Haven hospital is reported as recover In in a satisfactory manner. It Is ex ported that this week Mrs. Beck will return to her home. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Lomas have returned home from a month's outing spent in Massachusotts and Vermont. Rev. and 'Mrs. F. Lincoln Davis of Fountain street left Saturday for a month's vacation to be spent in Massa chusetts and Maine. Yesterday Mr. Davis occupied a pulpit in Boston and the first of this week will go into Maine where he, with his wife, will spend about three weeks and then re turn to New York where they will make a short visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ij. Glark of West Haven are spending Sunday at ' the Newtown Inn at Newtown, Conn., making the trip in their auto. Mrs. Robert Stannard of Waterbury Is visiting her ' daughter, Mrs. Ella Hllllard, on West 'Main street, Clinton. Dr. George Putnam of West Haven, who has been enjoying an auto trip t) St. Albans, Vt., has returned home. J. B. Bailey and family of Brook lyn, N.j Y., are visiting W. vv. Bailey, in Clinton. Miss De La Mater and niece, Miss Myra Marsh of Catskill, N. Y., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Graham of Elm street, West Haven. The family of W. S. Chldsey of East Haven are occupying their cottage at Cosey Beach. Harry Kidder, who has many friends here, who has been employed at the new science hall at the Northfteld sem inary ever since last December, arriv ed in Winsted Friday evening and left Saturday afternoon to visit friends in Thomaston. Mr. Kidder expects to go to Boston next week. He anticipates a large amount of work at Mt. Hermon school next fall, where two or three large school buildings are to be erect ed. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Gough have returned from a three weeks' visiting spent at Eagle camp, South Hero, Vt. L. B. Konpman, district deputy for Litchfield. New Haven and Fairfield j counties of the Modern Woodmen of New Haven s Most Reliable Dep't Store 26x54 $1.25 :1Z3 j bedrooms, regular price 39cts a yard. America, was in Winsted Saturday and j expects on August 26 to have a class o fifty to 'initiate into Winsted camp, No. 9,174. He already has twenty-five ap plications. The local camp, which was (instituted here six or seven years ago, has a membership or about ninety. . Miss Grace Law of Woody Crest is entertaining Miss Molly Hoadley of Boston, Mass. Mrs. A. J. P. Moore, who has been spending several weeks with her sister, Mr3. William Bralnard of Main street, West Haven, has returned to her homo in Boston, Mass. Mrs. Strouso of Clinton place, West Haven, is entertaining her son, Charles Strouso of New York. Superintendent and Mrs. James N. Coe, formerly of New Haven, and for years past holding a prominent, official position at the Soldiers home at Noro ton, are, with their son, Nelson, who is In the general offices of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad company, this city, guests 6f E. R. Holmes at the lake in Winsted. Mrs. M. S. Wadhams his returned home from a few days' visit with her son Ernest Wadhams and family at their home in Groton, Conn, The home of Mrs. Celia W. Cowles on the Greenwoods road, Norfolk, was the scene of a very pretty wedding at high noon Saturday, and the contracting parties being Mrs. Cowles' daughter, Miss Gertrude Alice Cowles, and Fred erick H. Camp, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Camp. The ceremony was performed by Ttev. W. F. Stearns. The newly married couple left soon after the ceremony for this city, where they will spend their honeymoon. Miss Alberta Kelsey of Center street is visiting friends In New York. Captain and Mrs. H. P. Chipman, who have been the guests for the past three weeks of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Colt of Mystic, came Thursday morning to this city and will spent two weeks with Mrs. Chipman's relatives arid from thence they will return to their home in Pensacola, Fla. , Miss "Loretta Reardon of 93 Whalley avenue left Sunday for a two week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Joseph Leitt of New York. Mrs. Mary Granniss and Miss ( Ella of Hemingway avenue, East Haven, (have just returned from a very pleas ant week s va-ation spent wnn irienus in Naugatuck. Thomas Keyes and daughter of G9 Fdwards street, are on a visit with friends in Boston during the old home week. Fire Screens 53cts Each Bamboo Fire Screens, the reju'ar prici 50cts. Closing Out Remnants Remnants of Fine Cretones, 3 to 7 yard lengths reju'ar 29c quility. To close out IScis Yard Ingrain Carpel Filling 31c Yard All-wool Ingrain Carpet Filling, the regu.ar price 65cts a Yard. Pillow Tops lOcts Each Lithogragh Pillow Top3, all of the most-up -to-date patterns, regular price 25cts. Rrags at Less Than Cost Axminster Rus; these prices Les? than Cost; Rag Carpet 29cts Yard Ra?? Carpet, fu'l 36 inchrs w'.de, good for Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chidsey of East Haven who have 'been spending a time at the shore have returned to their home in Park place. Miss Mae Keyes, daughter of Organ izer John Keyes, is on a two weeks' visit with frlen'ds in Derby. 'Rev.- and Mrs. E. B. Pago of East Haven, returned Tuesday from an out ing spent in Maine and the White Mountains, reporting an excellent time. Miss Nora Harty of Norwich is vis iting Miss Anna Hartley of East Ha ven. Miss Grace McLay of East Haven left Wednesday for Woodbury, where she will spend her vacation with her mother, who Is there for two weeks. THIRD REGIMENT. Mny Be Turned Into an Artillery Corps. Hertford, tAugust 4. It would not cause much surprise in state military circles If the entire Third regiment is c( averted into an artillery corps for coast defense. The United States gov ernment is anxious to have it an ar tillery organization instead ofj an in for.try regiment. At the present time there are only two artillery coast de fense companies In the state and they are located In New London with Maj. Hadlai Hull as their commandant. If the Third regiment becomes an artillery corpa the commandant will be Colonel Fitch of Stamford and, of course, the 'headquarters will be in that city. DEATH WAS SUICIDE. Waterbnr- Mnn Drank Carbolic Acid Mytelon Clrcnmatnncea. Deputy Coroner Pond, who was called to Waterbury to examine into the death of William Bush, colored, has returned with the verdict of suicide by carbolic j acid. Myterious circumstances sur rounded this death, on account of tha stories told by members of the housa holS in which Bush was at that time. That it was a case of suicide from drinking carbollo acid was the opinion given by the coroner. Bush had quar relled with a woman, and she refused to have anything more to do with him. He went to her house to entreat and it is thought that grief caused him to take his life. OA9TOHIA, Bears tie M H3V9 IWi,VS BlItltl City Notices. COMMITTEE ON SEWERS AJJD I SQUARES. The Committee on Sewers and 1 Squares of the Board of Aldermen will hold a public hearing in Rooml0-ll, City Hall, Monday, July 29( 1907, at 8 ! o'clock p. m. for the consideration of the following petitions: The petition of the New Haven Park Commission for authority to condemn tract of land in Beaver Ponds District belonging to Charles K. Offleld of Chi- Fe'tition of Thomas Doocey et als for sewer in Chatham street between Ferry and RnlVfl KtrentS. I i All persons' interested in the forego ing are Tieiebv notified to be present, and be heard thereon without further notice. Per order: W. PERRT CURTISS, Chairman. Attest: A. Oswald Pallman, Asst. City Clerk. White Star Line NEW Y0RK-QUEEHST0WN-LIVERP03L Baltic. A n is. 8. Tedrle. Ane. 15, Celtic, Aubt. 22. 'Arable, Ahr. 29. HaHlc, Sept. 5. Ccdrky Sept. 12. PLYM0UTH-CHERB0UR8-S0UTHAMPT0N MaJeiiUc, Aug. 7, 10 a. m.; Sept. 4. Teutonic, Aug. 21, 10 a.m.; Sept.lS. Ocpimic, Aug. 28, 0 n.ni., Sept. 25 Adrlntl. Avs. 14, 8i30 a. in., Sept. 11, IINew, 25,000 tons; has elevator, Gym ' naslum, Turkish Baths. Band. I BOSTQN-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL ' ! Fait Twin Screw Mull Steunter of 11.400 to 16.800 torn. ' CYMRIC, Ausf. 14, 2 p. m. Sept. 11. , REPUBLIC, Aug. 28, 2 p.m.; Sept. 25. MEDITERRANEAN via AZORES From New York! CRKTIC, Sept. 20, noon) Nov. 7. : REPUBLIC, Oct. 24; Nov. 30. I From Boston! CATfOriC, Aiik. 10, 11 n. m.) Oct. 5. ROMANIC, Sept. 14, 3 p. m. Oct. 20, I For plans, etc., apply to Cuiupauy'a ! Oilier, U llroudnuy, N. Y. or 84 Slate St.. ; India Building, Boston, or lo Bweeiey I & Kelsey, 102 Church itreet, Bishop A Co., 186 Orange street: J. H. Pariah Si Co., t urang utreet. New Haven, m25 mwf AMERICAN LINE Plymouth Cherbourg; ' Southampton From New Yorlt Saturdays at 9:30 a. m. New York, Aug; DiPhila., Aug;. 24; !St. Louia, Aug. 17. (St, Paul, Aug. 31. red star line j . New York Dover Antwerp. Kroonland, Aug.' 1C Finland)-Aug. 24. ' Zeeland, Aug 3. IT. I ' vaderland, Aug. 31 , Piers 14 and 15, N. Ulver. Oiliec, 0 Brond- i way, Bowling Green Building, N. V., i Bishop & Co., 185 Orange St.; M. Zun- i tier & Sons, 243 State St.; J. H. Parish ' & Co.. 86 Oranse St.; Swoezey & Kel- . soy, 102 Church St.. New Haven, eod tf ijra jswisH 'vims CELEBRATED SUNDAY Both Young Couples Will Make Their Homes in , ' This City. " ... " ' ' The wedding of Miss Scilia White, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles White, to Gustave Barhett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Barnett, tookjphice last evening. The marriage ceremony was performed in English hall, corner of State ana Court streets. ( xne res tlvities began at 5 o clock with a dance. There were about fifty couples dancing. The hall was decorated in a tasteful manner, the walls being covered with bunting, and palms here and there. Woods' orchestra, which furnished the music, was on the stage behind a bank of potted plants, and was completely hidden from the sight of the audience. The wedding itself took place at 8 o'clock and the Jewish marriage ser vice was used. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a simple white gown and carried a bride's bouquet. The groom wore the conventional evening dress. After the two had been made one, dancing was again resumed. Later in the evening A. Gorrovitz, the local caterer, banqueted the bride and groom and the guests. The ta bles were placed in the balcony and were decorated very nicely. ; Belzcr Rosenfeld. Abraham Belzer and Anna Rosen feld were married last evening by Rabbi Leafy. The ceremony took place in Steinert's atheneum on Court street, and many guests assembled to Bee the young people made one. Preceding the wedding there was a dance. After the marriageitle newly wedded pair and their guests 3at down to a sumptuous banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Belzer will take up their residence in this city. Getting Down to Particulars Mrs. Slimson Shall I read you this animal story, Willie? Willie With or without? "With or without what?" "Affidavits." Life, "Pop!" '. "Yea, my son." "A man that manages a balloon is called an aeronaut?" "Yes, my boy." "And a man who runs an automo bile is called a chauffeur?" ' "Yes, my boy." "Well, what would you call a man who runs a phonograph, pop?" "Oh an undesirable citizen, my son!" 'Yonkers Statesman. Comes Alter a Balh with warm water and Glenn's Sulphur Soap, It allays irritation and leaves the skin cool, soothed and refreshed. Used just before retiring induces quiet and restful sleep. Always insist on All druggists keep it. Hill's Hnlr and Whigkor Dj Slack or Ilrown, OOo. For Xl:i. v;"snu.r-KT: ":.. :. -5:0r; !J2:. 12712. .iWVJ' 3:17 9.c J" -" . " I -4.1V, . 6:06. .s,,.;,,?,-.f,0! '.. ,rMu,'h!Son Tin Harlem Si. n I 12:05 niKht. dally. I ma.Ulo--no.03 C m. U 0J p. 7 Irt . r . ui:o a, m 12.0 a. m. I s.u. -:!iu, tt:45, 6:B9 Jur uoMIon t n Springfield 1:1. 11:06. a. m.. 12-kb S'.ndays l:lo a. m i:42, 6:43 p. r, 1:42. 6:43 b. n -i ;,r-f!'Jri1' Sprlnnn'elii. Vtf 1 -I 10:03. in:ft(i. a r, iii.iit, i:iv. -1:42. 3 3:10, 4:02. j;S.O x8:0 xll:E y. ounaays -1:10, x9:05, xll E Svft'12" 5:3B' 5:43- 70." xsYol: For IMcit London, etc. 217 - 12:02. t:ls 2:64, S3:00, oU 4:06 (1 Suybrook) 4.1S, 4:60, 530 B-Vfi l!:3S, rt:69, 8:16, (to GulUora) s8:15 t Sayhrook), 10:00 p. m. SundavfM 2:17 2:M. 8:62 a. m. 12:20, 2:64. ! S El HG:45, '8:69 p. m. , I l or Mlutlletown. Wllllmantlc. Kte.J 36 a. m. 12:68. 5:33. K'KK ftn w,l and Fltehburg) P. m. Sundays 7:20 For Slll-lhnrn r-nlt '! . J wL2(tit,0J,New Hartford), 4:01,. 5:64 (ti Westfleld) p m. V For Waterbair :68, 8:00, 8:35, 9-4?i a. m . 12:10 2:35, 5:25, 7:40 11:40 p. n ounaays e:au, u:ig a. m.. 6:40. 8: ni. .... . ......,-,: rr Vnitc" 6:5S- 9:4 D a- m., 12:lll ou, o:ao, i:o-b. m. Sundavs 8:80 i'i m., 6:40 p. m. it FHtsflelii nna Interniedlaf Pnln4.i 5:55 (via Bride-onortl flas a 00, 4:10. p. m. Sundays 8:00 a. m. t I or I.lti'lillMrl a.-tf. n m .o.ia -.n a5:00 p. m. Stmdavs 8:00'a. m. i roiilikrenxip k2:00, a5:00 p. m. i New York Tin llrhlirciw.i-f nn,1 stniJ; er 7:23 a. m. Sundays 7 :BR n. m. sSaturdays only. 'Express train Parlor car limited -rT.noi accept Piittirdaya. mMoudavs onlv. !: O. M. KHFPAItT). F. O. COI.T5Y, p Gen. Sup., Asut. Gen. Tass. Act. j New H aven Line NEW YORK, THE L SOUTH AND WF.ST. I FOR FARES REDUCED 75c TO NEW YOR1, EXCURSION TICKETS $1.25. ; STEAMER RICHARD PECK. t From New llavfin T.rh vo Tfoiio rmf! dally, except Mondays; 1 a. m., also Burl'; days 4:30 p. m. , .. li From New Ynrk T.nnvo Tlor !ft -ir'nt River, foot Peck Slip, week davs 2:4 P. m., Sunday 9:30 n. m.. fnnt Bat : street week days 3 p. m.. Sundays 10 k in. iraio oeiween is ' Haven and Nei: York about five hours. Tltkpt nnfi stateroom at Blshon A St.. also at. Bp1!p Dnrk find nn Rron mnf THE NEW ENGLAND STEAMSHIP Cti GEORGE C. Black, Agent, New Haved F. C. COLEY. Gen. Pass. A sent' N V. Starln's r.Y.&N.H.Un DAilV EXOKFT SATUKDAY. PASSENtiliiH AND FUHltiHT SKilVIC Leaves New Haven H:00 p. m.. Star Pier, foot of Brown Street Leav New York 9:08 p. m., Cortland Btret' Pier No. 18, N. R. Fare -c, exoursic tickeis J1.26. Rooms 1. Take Chaj 1 Street ears to Brewery Street i C. H. FISHHR. AjteF , B JW uavnn, Oon Coney Island" and" " Manhattan Bead ; .The Recreation tours to these famoJ ; resorts leaving Thursdays: August Is! 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th, by steamer Riclr ard Peck. Costing $7 from New Haveij Accommodations at Manhattan Bead Hotel. !: y ' - r i Tours to Jamestown Exposition, i August 12th and 26th. Week's trif ; $35. v For information regarding tbesf tours call on or address. , The Recreation Tourist Compan 185 Oranjre St., New Haven, Conn Montauk Steamboat Co.'s Lin Between New London and Greenporl Shelter Island and Sag Harbor, Long li land. Rteamer "Nantasket" leaves New Lori don, week days, 10:00 a. m., 4:10 p. it Leaves Sag Harbor 6:00 a. m., 12:30 p.H FRENCH LINE. Coranagule Gcneralo Trtintlautlnu Direct Line to HAVRE PARIS, Pranol Sailing every thuhsuai, 10 a. m. Front Pier 42, North; River, New York. La Lorrnine .....Aug. La Bretagne Aug. La Proven ce , Au g. T,a Touraine. Aug. La Lorraine Sept La' Snvole Sept. Twin-screw steamers. Aculv to French Line. 19 State St., N. or Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church S Bishop & Co., 183 Orange St., Parish & Co.. 86 Orange St. j$amhurg-Jkmericanl Twin Screw Passenger Servic PLYMOUTH-CHBRBOURO-HAMBUKO Kaiserin...Aug. 8 I Penn Aug. i Waldersee.Aug. 10' I Amerika Aug. Bluecher Aug. .15 'Deutschra Augf ? Among special features of these ve sels are: Grill Room, Gymnaslnri Palm Garden, Hitz-uariton Restaurant Elevators, Rleetrio BathB. I TOURIST BUREAU. R. R. Tickets, hotel aooommodatiow nerai iniormauon. aoout iwreie travel. ! Traveler's Checks, good all over tfe world. 1 HAMBTJRG-AMEIUOAJt MWB, 88-67 Broadway, N. Y. t J Bweeiey & Kelsey, 108 ChurchSt, I Zunfler & Son, 249 State St.; J. EL Pi lsh & Co.,, 86 Orange street.; Bishop j Co. 186 Orange Ht.;, H. Bussman. f Orange 8t l HaiEKTFUL SEA TRIPS TRE YEAH W!Z ' Southern Pacific t llktl IWim MUM WlffcMIIIS j Weekly rvtoe from bota port ' BTHUMDnAI, THn Str&TSIRB tm& -tfTH I TEH. SPUED COMFOUT A3?ETX Connecting; at Jtmr Orieams with ftai Lines for All Points In j XioafKlnna, Texas, HTerr and Old Hexle ' . . . i. i i 179 Washinston Street, Boston, I ! . . & miQLLAND-AMERIGA LIN i I NEW YORK ROTTERDAM, via BOIHOfiOT i uiiino Wedncsuavsas oerKailmK list Potsdam. Aug. 7, Sept. 11 Oct f N Arn'dara. Aug. 14, Sept. IS Oct Ptat'dam, Aug. 21, Sept. 25. Oct. S Noc-dnm A hit. 28, Oct. 2 Not. i Rvndam, Sept. 4 Oct. 9 Nov. "Freight and passenger agency, Broadway. N. T.: or any local agents. F, 1 -U-WV-h P-V' Sunday 111 60 2 on Xo7:,CB' 8:55 w., xl2:0L 9-20 'n 6J- 7:JB- 7;" . 118:50 9:ll iiW auiio.