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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY AUGUST 5, 1907.
TftGS N3W READY 3.Cition ours FilfiCAL DUGS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS fo Saratoga, Niagara The Saguenay, Nova Scotia, Great Lakes, Jamestown Exposition, Bermuda, Etc., Etc. PERSONALLY CONDUCTED, ALL EXPENSES INCLUDED. Come in and talk it over. SWEEZEY & KELSEY Steamship and Tourist Agents 102 Church Street Educational. Twenty-fourth Tear. V. M. C. A. BUILDING. 152 Temple Street. Sidney Pcrlin Bntler, President. Hotels and Summer Resorts. of-Brau. . Haus. Corner Church and Crown Sis. ranch ot lZl B'way. Opposite 'fl'enei & Field's. HIGH-CLASS ADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S RESTAURANT. ' Tel. 651. hotel Garde Opposite Union Depot. NEW HAVEN. CONN. 'onnecticut's Largest Hotel PARK AVENUE HOTEL Park Ave. (4th Are.) 32d to 33d St. New York. bne of the coolest hotels In New York City. All modern Improvements, ocatlon 'central, convenient to all places of amusement and lines of travel. fipen-alr concerts every evening in the ' . Court Garden jrlth Its palms, fountains and growing plants a unique teature or tne notei. ' EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY. RATES MODERATE. Dinlnpr-room, restaurant and cafe. Teals a la carte. Illustrated booklet. obviny Station nnd Electric Cars nt the Hotel door. F. A. REED & E. HARNETT, Proflrielors. Savin Rock. THIS SPACE nelonKs to MITCHELL Yon All WHAT HE SELLS COLONNADE SAVIN ROCK i Palatial Ladles" and Gentlemen's Restaurant. Sea Food Dinners. Meals la carte. , i'ALE D. BISHOP, Prop, Tel. 4550 WILCOX'S Pier Restaurant NOW OPEN. Famous for Its Sea Food Dinners, SOc. $1.25. Qulek service, rank Wilcox, Prop. Yale D. Bishop, Mgr. THE BEAUTY AND SCENIC SPOT Off CONNECTICUT." )pen Air Theater Vaudeville 'Twice Daily. Band Concerts Sunday Afternoons. panctng Wednesday and Friday even . ings eacn ween.. ft GATING. MOUNTAIN CLIMBING FINE RESTAURANT. PIERCE 6 NORTON Lake Compoonee, Bristol. Take Waterbury car at New Haven ;reen. changing at Cheshire. Time 1 ours. The Sboreham, MORRIS COVE, FORMERLY HOTEL PEQUOT. Jl remodeled; commands an excellent view of the sound. Onon for the sea- on. EuroDean plan. Meals a la arte. Shore dinners a specialty. James F. Toole, Prop. Bathing at all times new bathhouse, AKE GOMPOUNGE W suits. Falls, Thousand Islands, Montreal, Quebec, Educational. Get an Education While You Work. ATTEND OUR NIGHT SCHOOL. Our diplomas are the Open Sesame to Lu crative and Responsi ble Positions. Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday Evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. TiiEMomauguin COSEY BEACH Open for the Season Geo. T. White, Prop. Telephone 2553-3 AT THE, LOCAL THEATERS. At Poll's. Manager Poll Is always doing some thing out of the ordinary and his an nouncement for an attraction at his local playhouse this week is no excep tion. He has brought the Poll Stock company of Bridgeport to this city for a special engagement of one week to present the "Lady of Lyons,'' one of the host of the offerings that can bo given by a stock company; Mr. Poll will introduce to the theater goers oi mis city miss Alice jneming, who has been the very successful lead ing lady of his Park City stock com pany and who has received very flat tering press notices from the papers of that city for her clever work in the re vivals that have been presented there Miss Fleming will essay the title role 6f the "Lady of Lyons and Cameron Clemmens, who has been with the local stock company, will assume the oppo site role of Miss Fleming. As Mr. Clem mens has been a pronounced favorite of the local company this announce ment tomes as a pleasurable surprise to the numerous devotees of stock In this city. In order that the devotees may be come acquainted with Miss Fleming it has been 'arranged by Manager Poll 1 that the usual souvenir and reception matinee will be held Friday afternoon when the ladles will have an opportu nity of meeting Miss Fleming. Additional interest Is aroused In her appearance in this city owing to the announcement of her engagement to Lucius Falrchlld, who has been a mem ber of the Poll Stock company for sev eral years. Miss Fleming and Mr. Fair- child became acquainted during the summer season and fen deeply in love, Their announcement of the engage ment has been the means of their re ceiving the congratulations of their numerous friends in tne company as well as their admirers throughout the Poll circuit. Popular prices will prevail as usual. OUTING OF ENGINEERS. ' Flans Complete for Trtp up Naugatnok Valley the 14th, The Connecticut Society of Civil En gineers leaves here August 14 for its mid-summer meeting, covering the Naugatuck valley and finally ending at Cheshire. Special cars will leave the depot at 9:55 and go via Derby to Waterbury, and on the trip the new line between Seymour and Naugatuck will be inspected. The party will arrive in Waterbury about 11:20 a. m. Luncheon will then be served at the Waterbury Golf club house. After luncheon the sewage ex periment station of the city of Water bury may be Inspected, also the rail road work now in progress, consisting of the abolishing of all grade cross ings, the combining of the Naugatuck and Highland divisions, the building of a Union passenger station and the building of a large freight yard,' with two freight houses 800x50 feet each. At 2:30 p. m. the special will leave the corner of Washington avenue and South Main street for Cheshire, arriv ing there about 8:15 p. m. The mar ried men vs. the unmarried men will then indulge in a fierce contest of baseball. Dinner will be served at Scott's at 5 : 3 0 p. m. The committee of arrange ments Is as follows: D. S. Brinsmade, of Derby; Robert P. Lewis, of Water bury; John K. Punderford, of New Haven; R. A. Cairns, of Waterbury; Arthur J. Patton, of Waterbury; J. Frederick Jackson, of New Haven; Frederick J. Easterbrook, of New Ha ven; Henry J. Kellogg, of New Haven; William A. Reynolds, of Waterbury, and William G. Smith, of Waterbury. Telephone 3209-4 AUGUSTUS ST. C HIS AT Famous S( Iculptor Passes Away at New Hamp shire Home. WAS HONORED BY YALE Some of His Greatest Works Are Found in This , Country. Augustus Saint Gaudens, the sculp tor, died at his summer home In Corn ish, N. H., Saturday night. He had been failing rapidly during the last week. At his bed were Mrs. . Saint Gaudens, Homer Saint Gaudens, a son, and his wife, and Mrs. Nichols, a sis ter of Mrs. Saint Gaudens. Saint Gaudens was one of the first summer colonists at Cornish. He went there about twenty-five years ago and at first spent only his summers there. He soon gathered about him many New Yorkers, who established summer hemes about him, and Saint Gaudens himself built a very large studio. For the last five or six years he had spent the entire time at Cornish. Augustus Saint Gaudens was born In Dublin, Ireland, Marchl, 1848. He was brought to America by his parents when he was only six weeks old, and after a very indifferent education in the primary schools of New York, he was apprenticed to a cameo cutter at the age of thirteen. While the youth was working at his trade by day he was a diligent student at the Cooper Union night school of art. Within three years he had gained a reputation a one of the best cameo cutters in the city, arid his father, a very poor man, supplemented the boy's savings with enough to send him abroad to study a higher art. The ycuth entered the atelier of Jouffroy in Paris and threw himself Into the study of modelling with an energy In spired by the shortness of his funds, When his money was gone he worked half of each day at his trade of cameo cutting, filling In the rest of the hours with study. When the Franco-Prussian war came Saint Gaudens went to Rome and openea a stumo or nis own. It was there that he fashioned the first of his works to gain attention, the statue of Hiawatha. Ex-Gov. Morgan of New Ycrk, who happened to 'be In Rome at the time, was so Impressed with the model thaat he commissioned t he young sculptor to cut the figure in marble.. That started the sculptor on his ca- Jreer. He next did a bust of William M. Evarls, then a member of the Gen eva Arbitration Commission. When Saint Gaudens gained the commission to model the Fnrrogut statue, now standing in Madison Square, he work ed three years on the piece, and the final product won him extrnvaeant praise from the art critics of Paris. Saint Gauden's best works are the Lincoln statue that stands In Jackson Prk, Chicago; his "Puritan" an aus tere figure that grips his Bible like a (laming sword of the evangel; the Lo gafi statue In Chicago and the bust of Sherman. In New York his chief wcrks are the golden Diana on Madi son Square garden and the seated fig ure of Peter Cooper in the rear of Cooper Uulon. St. Gaudens gave up life In New York in 1898, but more than ten yearg after he established a residence In this town and built himself a home among the Connecticut river hills. Here on June 22, 1905, his friends produced a Sylvan masque In his honor and at the conclusion the entire company on the stage swept down into the audi ence and surrounding the master, pre sented him with a golden bowl. In the same month Yale gave him an honor ary degree. , REILLY DEATH NATURAL. Medical Examiner Finds No Fonl Plny. Medical Examiner Bartlett, who in vestigated the death of Robert J. Rell ly, the clgarmaker, who was found very 111 In the police lockup Friday morning, where he was held on a charge of drunkenness and who died that day at Grace hospital, has given a verdict that death was due to natur al causes, probably paralysis. The discovery of the bruW over the dead man's eye made the police think it possible that he was the victim of a fatal assault but the medical examin er Is of the opinion, as a result of his investigation, that the Injury, which was but a slight one, was caused by a fall. - Town Clerk Whitaker Re ceives a Supply of 5,000. .... j LAW WILL GO INTO EFFECT ON OCTOBER 1 Letter of Instruction Sent Out by Cattle Commission er Contains Pointers. New Haven dog owners will get their first opportunity to-day to get the new brass taers for their dogs which will give palpable usual evidence to all rep- j resentadives of the law .that the ani mal Is duly licensed. Five thousand tags have come to Town Clerk Whlta ker'B office, this city, being one of the last in the state to get them, and dis tribution will be started to-day. All who have had their dogs' duly register ed since May are Invited to Join the throng and meet each other at the office this morning. The tags are of a shield shape with the words New Haven, the number of the tag- and the date 1907 on them. The log tag law is effective from Oc tober 1. The following letter from Cat tle Commissioner Heman of Averlll to the' town clerks and borough and city officials who are interested will explain some points connected with the law: Dear Sirs: The general assembly of 1907 has repealed all of the old dog laws on the statute books, and has enacted a new code to take their places. The new act went Into effect on July 1; with the exception that dog owners are given until October 1 to se cure, from the town clerks, a metal tag to be attached to tholr dogs' collars and selectmen are given until October 1 to appoint dog wardens. - As the public acts of 1907 will not he published and placed in the hands of the public much before September 1, and as you have certain duties to per- , form under the new law, I am mailing you herewith, In pamphlet form, a cor rected copy .of chapters 167 and 170 of the public acts of 1907 as amonded and entitled, respectively, "An act concern ing dogs" and "An act concerning the prevention and treatment of rabies." Section 14 places upon .this department the duty of securing the enforcement of these laws; I am, therefore taking the liberty at this early dato to offer a few suggestions to you In the hope that wo may be the better enabled to work together In sympathy and har mony In our earnest efforts to enforce the law. If the new law has adrtt to our offi cial duties and responsibilities and al lowed us slight, or perhaps no extra compensation, let us prove to our con stituencies that we will not shirk our civic duty and will endeavor rto secure a strict enforcement of the law. It Is a fact well knowo that In near ly every town In the rtfete there have been many dogs that have not been registered underthe old lav, and not more than one-half of those that have been registered have ever had a collar on as has been required by law. Under the new law every registered dog must not only wear a collar, but there must be attached to it a tag the shape ot which .wIlMfldlcate to the casual observer whether the dng is li censed up to date or not. It will thus be a very easy matter for the public to know If the law Is' being enforced or not. It will be no hardship for the owner to secure a tag for his dog. It must be made a hardship for him to neglect or refuse to do It. The duties of town clerks and select men under the new law are similar to those performed by them, under the old law; I desire, however, to ofler a few suggestions as follows: To Town Clerks. When you give out a tag for a dog that has been registered In another town, you should demand and keep the tag previously worn by the dog. It Is not necessary for dogs under a kennel license to wear the collar or the tag unless they are allowed to be at large, Tags will cost the town clerks seven cents each and will be sold by the town clerks at ten cents each to the dog owner. You should, when you give out a tag, place the nunwer thereof on your rec ords so that the owner may be Identi fied by the tag .number. To Selectmen. You are required to appoint a dog warden on or before October 1 this year, and on or before April 1 annually thereafter. Dog wardens appointed by you will have no Jurisdiction In boroughs or cities, as the wardens of boroughs and the chiefs of police of cities have the authority to appoint for' their respec tive Jurisdiction. I would earnestly request selectmen, borough wardens end chiefs of police to report to me the names and ad dresses of dog wardens as soon as they have been appointed. VETERANS FAVOR CANTEENS. Annual Convention of Spanish-American War Veterans. At the annual convention of the Spanish-American War Veterans of Connecticut which opened In New Brit ain Saturday afternoon with Comman der John Q. Tllseon of New Haven, presiding, a vote "was passed favoring the restoration of the canteen at the United States army posts. The reports presented show that the organization was in a prosperous con dition. Department Commander Tilson in his report attributed the success of his administration to the loyal support of the officers and members. Three new camps were added during the year, as follows: Henry W. Lawton, Derby;' Ernest H. Liscum, Waterbury; and Augustus C. Tyler, Wlllimantic. There are now 691 members In the state, the net Increase last year be ing 111, with a lapse of 13. Inspector Irving Wilmoth recom mended that the camps co-operate with the G. A. R., and also give more For Sale. One cent a word for each Insertion, Ave cents a word for a full week, seven times. FOR SALE 1,000 set Patent Store II rick. Every set warranted one year. Orders received 763 STATE STREET. For Rent. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. FOR RENT Suite of offices In Con nectlcut Savines Bank building, for merly occupied by Seymour C. Loom- is. inquire at Bank. Al 3t Notices. CIVIL service examinations will soon be held in every state. Full informa tion and questions recently used by the commission free. Columbian Cor respondence College, Washington, D. C. JyZl 28 A4 11 Legal Notices. District , of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, August 2, 1907. ESTATE OF SPENCER BORDEN, late of New Haven, in said District, decease ed: The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six months from the date here of for the creditors of said deceased to bring In their claims against said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate pay ment to . JOHN J. DWYER. Administrator. By C. II. Fowler, Attorney. A3 St District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, August 1, 1907. ESTATE OF JAMES NORRIS ADAM3, , late of New Haven, in said District, deceased. of New Haven hath- limited and ap- pointed six months from the date here of for the creditors of said deceased to bring in their claims against said es tate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All persons indebted to said estate nre requested to make Immediate pay ment to ARTHUR B. ADAMS, A2 3t Administrator.. District of i New Haven, ss. Probate Court, July 30, 1907. . ESTATE OF GEORGE HENRY BUR KITT, late of New Haven, in . said District, deceased. ARTHUR B. WOODFORD having made written application for an order authorizing and empowering him to sell nnd convey certain real estate of said deceased, ns by said application on file in this Court more fully appearB, it Is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court ot Probate to be held at ' New Haven, In said District, on the 6th day of Aug ust. 19)7. at ten o'clock in the fore noon, and that public notice of th pendencv of said application, and ot the time and nlnce of the hearinor there on, be given by puMlj'h'ag this order three times In some newspaper having a circulation in said District. By the Court. JOHN L, GILSON. JySl St Clerk T Real Estate. For the "college year" or thereabouts, by a family of three adults, a FIRST CLASS house (fur nished) containing from nine to thirteen rooms. Must be near the Uni versity. Frederick M. Ward, Ron Chanel Street. Imecuuuhiiiiw i mini mufmmmmmmmmm FOB SALE. Two-family nrlek dwelling house sit uated on St. John Street all Improve ments. CANNON, MORSE & CO., Fire Insurance. 792 Chapel Street. NnnrvariQl I aimrln CO. IIUIILmllQ) L.UUIIUIJ (Incorporated.) HIGH-CLASS WOR.K. We do the work for the leading fam ilies ar.i scores. 127 BlatoMey Ay., New Haven, Conn. attention to memorizing the ritual. Department Quartermaster W. H. Scrivener stated that the receipts' were $587,83 and that the balance now in the treasury amounted to $79,61. ; The following officers were elected, and were installed by retiring Depart ment Commander Tilson in the after noon: Department commander, H. H. Saunders, Hartford; senior vice-commander, W. J. Rawlings, New Britain; junior vice-commander, Charles Gil wick, Merlden; inspector, F. F. John son, Hartford; Judge advocate, Wl licm Lounsbury, Bridgeport; sergeant, W. ,A. Wright, Bridgeport; chaplain, 'R.'g. Hodklns, Derby; marshal, G. H. Ef-helm, Waterbury; council of admin istration, H. W. Godfrey, Noank: E. P. Leonard, Bridgeport; N. G. Valen tine, Hartford; John Hadberg, Nor wich; H. A. Leonard, New Haven; F. M. Wolsehlager, Marlden. Delegates to national convention: F. E. Johnson, Hartford; W. J. Raw lit.gs, New Britain; C. S. Bullock, Bridgeport and George Gammond, New Haven. "SSI Help Wanted-Male. Onfe cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. WANTED FOR V. 8. ARMY. ABLFVBODIED unmarried men, be tween ages ana d; cuizens oi United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Apply Re cruiting Officer, 890 Chapel Street, New Haven; 756 Main street, Hart ford: 1023 Main street, Bridgeport; 199 Bank street, Waterbury, Conn. , jl9 tf WANTED A lampmaker for a new Una ot high grade automobile lamps. A splendid opportunity for steady, competent, reliable man. For further particulars address N. B this office. A3 4t WANTED Cigar slaesman in your ter ritory. Experience unnecessary, $44.00 per week. Toledo, Ohio. Peerless Cigar Co., ' A5 3t Situation Wanted-Female One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. ' . LADY wishes position as seamstress or assistant to Invalid. Inquire 67 Lafayette St., city. 2t WANTED W0rk,by young woman at renerai nouseworK; oesi reierences. ipply at? 7 Waverly street. A5 tf Board and Room. One cent a word for each Insertion. five cents a word for a full week, seven times. Business Chances M1RB CAPITAL NEEDED . to fill orders tor Cotton's "KNO-TUF" Felt Mattresses (patent pending). Best paying Investment In New Haven , Particulars on applica tion. The Folding Mattress Co., inc., 81 Goffe Street. , J22 tf Auction Sale. One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. R. B. MALLORY, AUCTIONEER and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel St. Telephone 2360. House hold goods a specialty. a4 tf Educational. MR. FREDERICK WELO will engage the sorvices of a limited number ot good singers for a eorus choir. Voices tried at 139 Orange St Real Estate, 135-137 Henry St, Two Brick Houses BARGAIN. For sale on Chatham street, near Ferry, a good two-family house with hot and cold water, bath, etc., on each floor. Lot 40xT2S. Price $4,800. Would be very cheap for $5,000. Largo part of this amount can remain on mortgage at fr'por cent. MOORHEAD & DONNELLY, S3 Church Steet. Rotn 20. ' JIT 1 L7 VV Vol IAU r-ei) Building Lots Mom ntf l tM to ti.K a Croat Cot mm M to ratt Pu chM& . i . . ..ilXl I . k. H. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St Building Lots at Morris Cava Shore Fronts and Flra Cent Fare. Cash or time payments and a liberal dineonnt to Builders. Buy of the owner. EDWARD M. CLARK, 39 Church Street Room 301, Master Sidney Everett of York street had the misfortune to fall while vis iting at his aunt's cottage at Morris Cove. Robert Hall of Thompson avenue East Haven, Is enjoying a 10-days va cation in Salisbury, Conn., leaving for that place Tuesday last. Wanted. One cent a word for each ' Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. ' i , WANTED A place to cook, wash and iron. Place at shore preferred. 11 Edgar street. A2 It WANTED Experienced packer and helper for furniture house. Give full particulars, and address Furniture, this office. Jy29 2t WANTED A man and wife to taka charge of a farm. Address Mrs. W., care of Letter Carrier 12. St WANTED--Two shipping clerks; state experience and salary expected. Ad dress Superintendent, P. O. Box 27S, New Haven, Conn. jy24 7t JONES SELECT EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 23 Church street. Telephone 1401-12 connections. Largest Agency. male and female help supplied for mercantile and domestic service for any and all kinds of work. Sent any where. Open evenings. ALL good help should call here. We supply ail the best places and always need large numbers. Sleeman'p Re liable Employment Agency, 763 Chap el. Open evenings. mlltf Help Wanted-Female One cent a word for each Insertion. five cents a word tor a full week, seven times. WANTED Woman for general house work. 61 Grove street, West Haven. AG It WANTED Woman for general hon-m-work. Hotel Ihne, Savin Rock. A51t MANAGER FOR MILLINERY DE PARTMENT; A WOMAN. POSSESS ING THE ABILITY OF A GOOD SUC CESSFUL SALESWOMAN, WHO CAN QUALIFY TO ACT AS BUYER, AND TO MANAGE THE DEPARTMENT. TO COMPETENT PERSON WE OF FER A GOOD INDUCEMENT. THE GAMBLE-DESMOND CO. A2 3t WANTED tGIrls to work on foot presses. Apply Strouse, Adler & Co., 60 Court street. Al 3t WANTED Experienced steel Btitcheri. and four needle strip stitchers. Ap ply Strouse, Adler & Co., 60 Court street. jy30 6t Lost. One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. , ' LOST- Probably oni trolley car near Green, in afternoon, lady s silk sun umbrella with name on handle. Find er please return to 3T!S George street, Reward. A3 It LOST-r-On Whitney avenue car Friday noon a black leather hand-bag, con taining two pairs eye glasses, the finder will be suitably rewarded by returning it at 187 Lawrence street. A5 It -AJmQiincements. One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. SLEEMAN'S RELIABLE EMPLOY MENT AGENCY, 763 Chapel St., es tablished 20 years. Largest, best In the State. Best male and female help for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Tel. 1422. FIISfOH Formerly DEWSBURY'S. 15 DIXWELL AVENUE. Dealer lu Cigars nnd Tobacco. Confectionery, Stationery; Agent for Semon's Celebrated Ice Cream In Bricks and Bulk, Ice Cream Parlors In Connection With fttor. Real Estate. TO LET Rooms top floor, bnlldlne 424 State street, cor. Conrt. Good light, steady power, freight elevator, and heat. Specially equipped tor light man facturlaff. Space to salt tenants, fot a terra of years. Apply to i Ben. R. English. 839 Chapel St, FOR RENT Two very desirable central houses, having every improvement. Situation excellent for a physician's office. Money to loan In sums to suit. h: g: hoadlely; Room 214 Wasblnirtoa Bnlldlng. 38 CHURCH STREET. Open Evenings. FOR SALE. On Lawrence St. a modern One-family Hduse ; located near Whitney Avenue. Price, $10,000. Judson d Hauff, Room 402. 902 Chapel St. FOR SALE. A desirable one family house, Dwlght street south of ChapeL J. C. PUNDERFORD, lit CHURCH STREET. $50,000 TO LOU On Real Estatj at 5 qsr C3it. IN SUMS TO SUIT. B.F. ESS, 840 Chaps! Si. HuMngcr Bulldlns Boom X