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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1907.
Educational Educational. WALLINGFORD NEWS Twenty-fourth Tear. -i ini. 11.11 i 1 51 IN Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, 132 Temple Street. Sidney Pcrlln Dutlcr, President. Hotels and Summer Resorts. of -B rail. . Comer Church kaus. and Crown Sts. , ranch of 1214 B'wny, Opposite A totl & Field's. HIGH-CLASS ADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S RESTAURANT. . Tel. 601. hotel Garde Opposite Union Depot, NEW HAVEN. CONN. Connecticut's Largest Hotel PARK AVENUE HOTEL Pnrik Ave. (4th Ave.) S2d to 33d St. New York. lie of the coolest hotels In New York City. All modern improvements, ocatlon central, convenient to all places of amusement and lines of travel. pen-alr concerts every evening In the Court Garden frith Its palms, fountains ana growing plants a unique ieature oi uiu mum. EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY. RATES MODERATE. Dining-room, restaurant and cafe, teals a ia carte. Illustrated book'ot. ulmny Station and Electric Cars nt the Hotel door. F. A. REED & E. BARNETT, Proprietors. Savin Rock. THIS SPACE Belongs to MITCHELL Yon All WHAT HE SELLS OLONNADE SAVIN ROCK Palatial Ladles' and Gentlemen's Restaurant. Bea Food Dinners. Meals la carte. YALE D. BISHOP. Pro). Tel. 4550 WILCOX'S Pier Restaurant NOW OPEN. Famous for Its Sea Food Dinners, BOe. lo $1.25. Quick service. i'rank Wilooa, Prop. Tale D, Bishop,' Mgr. KE COMPOUNCE THE BEAUTY AND SCENIC SPOT OF1 CONNECTICUT." ppan Air Theater Vaudeville Twice jjauy. Band Concerts Sunday Afternoons. Dancing Wednesday and Friday even ings eacn wees. BOATING, MOUNTAIN CLIMBING FISHING, ETC. FINE RRSTAURANT. PIERCE & NORTON Lake Coinpounce, Bristol. TaVft "KTat flrhupv nav nt Warn TTav.n 7reen, changing at Cheshire. Time 1 hours. The Shopeham, , MORRIS COVE, FORMERLY HOTEL PEQUOT. iUl remodeled; commands an excellent view of the sound. Open for the sea- yon. European plan. Meals a la arte. Shore dinners a specialty. James F. Toole, Prop. Bathing at all times new bathhouse. hew suits. 1776 RECALLED. Itevolutlonnry Cnnnonball Unearthed nt YVIlliniantJe. During the excavation for the foun- lation of a new mill at Wilimantic 'hursday a cannon ball was unearth d. The projectile was of the variety ised in the old fashioned cannon of Revolutionary days. During the Rev dution a forge was situated not far rom where the horse trbugh is now ocated and It is known that during rar times uiis iorse was useu iur asting cannonballs and smaller am lunition. The ball unearthed is prob bly a relic of the day of 1776. Found Perfect Arrowhead. On Monday Dr. Wolfe found on the hore of Highland lake, lately uncov red by the receding water, a perfectly ashloned arrowhead of black flint, ith serrated cutting edges and sym metrically tanged base. During his overal summer sojourns at the lake he doctor has found, on the south ,nd west margins and on the nearby arms about 300 speciments of Indian veapons and implements of stone. KNOW 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 and Friday - livening from 7 to 0 o'clock. TKEMomauguio COSEY BEACJI Open for the Season Geo. T. White. Prop. . Telephone 2553-3 NEWS OF SOUTHINGTON lo Claims for Damage Mad Dog Journal and Cour'r will be found on sale daily at Oxley's, 22 Centor Street. Telephone 37-4. (Special Journal-Courier News Service.) Southington, Aug.: 9. Although the dog which bit the horses and dogs in New Haven on July 5 was from South, lngton, it Is hardly probable that there will 'be any claim- for damages from this town. The dog belonged to Arch ie Hotchklss and became affected with rabies on July 4. He ran all the way to New Haven that night and .did con siderable damage. One of the best pieces of work the new borough board has accomplished is the laying of the cross-walk at the head of Railroad avenue. This was badly needed for years. , That the matter of ringing in the false alarm had attracted considerable attention is made very evident from the fact that the matter was given considerable space on the front page of the Toledo Blade. It seems queer that the town officials should look upon su,ch a serious matter as a huge Joke. At the last meeting of the borough board the matter was side-stepped a3 the members said that it was not in their province to take up the matter. Some say that it is within the Juris diction of the prosecuting attorney. There will be the regular services at the Methodist church Sunday. The an nual collection for foreign missions will be taken up In the morning. The Meth odist Social Brotherhood meets at the home of Arthur Muus of North Main street on Wednesday evening and the subject for discussion will be "What the Pew Expects from the Pulpit." Frederick Ilahn of South church, New Britain, will sing at the Congre gational church services, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. James Allen of Nor wich are visiting their son, Byram Al len of Liberty street. Mrs. Ellen J. Yeckley of Meriden av. enue, has retained William J. Malone of Bristol to look after her interests in regard to damages done in grading .Meriden avenue and Berlin street. The damage was done three years ago and suit for damages should have been brought against the borough board of -that time. Mrs. .Stevens has also re tained counsel in the same matter. The next meeting of the . Haurigarl society will be held In Southington. As this action was taken at the state con vention held in New Britain yesterday, MARINE RECORD. Tort of New J In von. r ARRIVED. Sch Neptune, Peterson, Orient, L. I. Seh Emma Jane, Howard, Fall River. Sch Annie Sargent, Thomson, Calais, (via Gloucester, Mass.). Sch Yosemite, Carter, New London. Sch White Cloud, King, .New London, CLEARED. Sch Charlotte, Ryerson,- . Sch S. A. Carpenter, Duffle, N. Y. Soli Kmnia, Smith. Sch -..Hat tie Butler, Butler. N. Y. Uenerul .Shipping News. New York, Aug. 9. Arrived: Steam ers C'edrie, Liverpool and Queenstown; Europa, Genoa and Naples; Buenos Aires, do.; Madonna, Marseilles and Na ples. Queenstown, Aug. 9. Steamer Aarab le, New York for Queenstown and Liv erpool, 1!)4 miles west at 6 a. m. Will reach Queenstown 5 p. m. Havre, Aug. 9. 7 a. m. Arrived: Steamer La Touraine, New York. Sag-res, Aug. 8.. Passed: Steamer Alprerla, New York for Naples. Greenock. Aue. S. Arrived: Steamer I City of Bombay, Philadelphia via St. i Johns, N. F. Liverpool, Aug. 9. Arrived: Steamer Republic, Boston via Queenstown. Avonmouth, Aug. 9. Arrived: Steam er Monmouth, Montreal. Queenstown, Aug:. 9. 11:35 a. m. Sailed: Steamer Celtic, (from Liver pool), New York. Genoa, Aug. 6. Arrived: Steamei Citta rii Milano, New York via Naples. Barcelona. Aug. 6. Arrived: Steamer Sieilia, New York via Cadiz. Havre, Awe;. 9. Arrived: Steamer Sardinian, Montreal and Quebec for London. Liverpool. Aug. 9. Arrived: Steamer Devonian, Boston. Libau, Aug;. 5. Sailed: Steamer Smolensk, New York via Rotterdam. it London Slzrlne News. New London, Auff. 9. Arrived: U. S. dispatch boat Doluhin from east; shrs. Tehnnah. Moruan. from Port Reading for North Plymouth; Abbie Bowler, Thomas from South Aniboy for York, Me. Sailed: Sehr. Grvce P. Willard (from Providence), New York. Tug Seranton with four bai'jres bound west. Lively Game of Baseball Expected To-day Be- tween Local and leriden T. A. B's. (Special Journal-Courier News Service) Wallingford, Aug. 9. There will be a lively game of baseball between the T. A. B.'s of Meriden and the Walling fords at Hanover park this afternoon. To-day's game will be the first of a series of three. The winning nine will take seventy-five per cent, of the gate receipts and the losing team twenty five per cent. The Walllngfords before have always been defeated by the Cold Water boys but to-day we will' sea the "spell" removed, and hear the Torna dos shout with victry if hard playing has anything to do with it. Both will have strong teams on the. dia mond and the contest will be Intensely exciting from start to finish. Jerry Callahan will pitch for the locals -and will be sura to put up a star game. A large crowd from here will go up to see the Tornados sweep everything be fore them in their march to victory. The teams will line up as follows: Walllngfords Comerford, c; Calla han, p; Lynch, ss; J. Barry, lb; Saun- Expected on Account Of Eampage. Jacob Heusel of this town, was electea a state director. The Independents of Meriden will be the baseball attraction at Sand Hill park, to-morrow afternoon. - James Brady, clerk at Collins store, is spending his vacation at Tarrytown-on-the-Hudson. John Ropertz and Rudolph Wenskat have applied for' license to sell intoxi cating drinks. In the place now run by dustav Wegner. nrivun-Tnll Moth Polon, Itch, Rash. "THE HOUSEHOLD SUKGKOV Cures. DniKKlsts refund money If DR. POR T KR'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL fails. 25c. Why suffer the constant pa'n that a bunion causes and have your shoes deformed and misshapen when by wear ing the Fisher Bunion Protector you will expe rience instant relief and a per manent cure and have yonr shoes maintain their correct lines. We guarantee tectors to do this, not satisfied you these pro If you are can have your money Dacs. Only one size is required for men's me (6 to n) and one size for women's (2 to 6). PRICE, 50 els. each and $1.00 per pair. FOR SALE BY Sorosis Shoe Co. A. B. GREENWOOD, Pres. 814 Chapel St. There ia but ong opinion about the Gas Range. Evsry woman who uses on3 agrees it Is the perfected means of cooking, 'and every woman who cooks with coal wishes she had one. Summer is the season to enjqy life. It Is the playtime of the year. But there isn't much fun in spending the hot days in an over-heated kitchen. Sum mer i3 Just beginning. Get a Gas Range and leave drudgery behind. With one, meals are prepared in short order, while the entire house remains cool and pleasant. Our ranges are the best make for sale. Send for the Gas Man to-day. THE NEW HAVEN ders, 2b: Nugent. If! Saunders, rf-. Welch, rf. T. A. B.s M. Maroney, c: Flvnn.. n: Quinlan, ss; T. Maroney, lb; P. Rus sell, 2b; Reillv. 3b: Harvev. lr- Ttncir. ley, cf; J. Russell, rf. ' Mrs. W. G. Todd, of Springfield, for merly of Wallingford, who was Injured when E. F. Lathrop's auto crashed in to a fence at the head of Cook avenue. Meriden, Thursday evening, was rest ing comfortably at the hospital last evening. Mrs. Todd was badly stunn ed by the accident and has nnt vet recovered her full senses. Mr. L'athrop with an auto party from the borough was driving near the top of the hill and turned out to pass a team and crashed into the fence. Sirs. Toddl was thrown headlong from the machine. She was visiting in the bor ough and was taking a ride with the auto p'arty, to the Silver city when the accident occurred. The Wallingford Hebrew association expect to have a large picnic at Ulert Grove to-morrow, providing the weath er man allows. The picnic had been arranged for last Sunday, but owing to the rain It was postponed. The local Hebrews hope to be able to build a new synagogue this year and everything possiblo is being done to raise tho nec essary amount. A good sized sum has already been obtained and If Is expect ed there will be a large enough crowd at the outing to very nearly complete the lamount needed. - ', Delavan W. Ives' new coal pockets at East Wallingford have been completed and his grain elevator has been moved a lit,tle to the rear In ordor to make way for a large siding which the New York, New Haven and Hartford rail road have placed 'so that cars may be brought direct to his doors. His busi ness of late has much increased and made these many improvements nec essary. His new coal sheds are 60x106 feet and have a capacity of many hun dred tons. Mrs. John Kendriek left yesterday for Chester, Conn. M1S3 Edith Cook left yesterday for a short , stay in Thomaston, Conn. The nineteenth annual convention of the Connecticut State Grand lodge of the Sons of St. George will be held in Judd s hall next Tuesday, beginning at 9:30 a. m. Following Wff convention a dinner will be served at the Marlbor ough house at 2:30 p. m, .In the even ing a smoker will be held at the lodso rooms. . Miss Minnlo Taylor leaves to-dav for a two weeks' vacation at Indian Neck and Branford. Attorney and Mrs. Fowler left vpster-' day for Niagara Fails. During the ab sence of Attorney FotfW, Charles D Phelps will act as prosecuting attor ney. Miss Carrie Campbell of Portchester N. Y., Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Thomas Peers of North Whittlesey ave nue. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Taylor of Mead ow street have for- their guest Miss Florence Powers of Brooklyn. Miss Violet A. Hoffman left yester day for a stay at Newport, R. I. "cm her return (he will make a short visit at Providence, R, I. Aquilla lodge held a meeting at Odd Fellows' hall last evening. Mr. and Mrs. A K. Chamberlain' Fair street have for their guest C. Chamberlain of Worcester, Mass. Arthur II. Dutton post held a meet ing in the G. A. R. hall last evening. Miss Cntherlne Fanning has return ed from her vacation. Miss Hattie B. Houston of Philadel phia arrives to-day for a week's visit with Mrs. Emma Allen of North Whit tlesey avenue. Local 73 held a meeting at the Trades Council hall last evening. William N. Mix attended the reunion of the Fifth Connecticut volunteers at Savin kock yesterday.; Mrs. P. J. Griffin has for her guest Mrs. Margaret Sullivan, of Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown and moth er from Arizona were the guests of Mrs. John S. Parker yesterday. Division No. 2, A. O. H., held a meet ing at the Foresters' hall Inst evening. Mrs. Horace Fnrnlss and family are enjoying a week's outing at Indian Neok i-L. : j . : GAS LIGHT CO. ianHfaj'rfti'fjr"-- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS For Sale. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. FOR SALE 1,000 et Patent Stove Brick. Every aet warranted one year. Orders received 703 UTATE STREET. Legal Notices. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, Aug. 9, 1907. ESTATE OF HARRIET R. HAY Ed, late of New Haven, in said District, de ceased. The Executor having exhibited his administration account with' said estate to this Court for allowance, it Is ORDERED, That the 14th day of August, 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 the time and place of said hearing be given by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a circulation in said District. 4 By the Cou-1. JOHN L. GILSON. A10 3t ' Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probata Court, August 7, 1907. ESTATE OF FRANCIS D. LOOMIS, late . of Westfleld, Mass., owning property fn said District, deceased. Tlio 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 ctalms within said time will be debarred. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate pay ment to WM. H. LOOMIS, Rockvllle, Conn. AS 3t Executor. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court. August 8, 1907. ESTATE OF JOHN CORRIGAN, late of New York, N. ., owning property In said District, deceased. Irene Cullcn of New York, N.'Y., hav ing made written application praying that 'administration of said estate may be granted, although more than ten years have elapsed since the death of said deceased, as by said application on Mo in this Court more ruily appears, It la ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said District, on the 20th day of Aug ust, 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 tnereon, De given to all parties interested in said estate, by publishing this order three times In a newspaper 'Having a circumuuu said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON, A9 St Clerk. District of Now 'Haven, ss. Probate Court. Aueust 8. 1807. ESTATE OF MARY CORRIGAN, late of pw 1 oik, . i ., owning property in said District, deceased. Irene Cullen of New York, N. Y., hav ing made written application proving that administration of said ostate mav be granted, although moro than ten years have elapsed since the death of said deceased, as by said appllnatioU p n file In this Court more fully uppears. It Is ' ' l : ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be .held at New Haven, in said District, on the 20th day of Aug ust, 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 to all parties Interested In said os tate, by publishing this order three times in a newspaper having a circula tion in said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON. A 9 St Clerk. Real Estate. For the "college year" or thereabouts, by a family of three adult3, a First Class house (fur nished) containing from nine to thirteen rooms. Must be near the Uni versity. .Frederick M. Ward, SOS Chapel Street. FOR SALE. Two family brick dwelling, St. John street, all improvements. FOR RENT. Vacant lots on Whiting street and Commerce street, fur storage purposes. CANNON, MOUSE S CO., Firs Insurance. 792 Chapel Sfrset. Auction! Auction! Auction! The undersigned will offer for sale at public auction (if not previously sold at pr. vate sale) the following cen trally located property: No. 1172 Chapel Street, between York and Park Streets. No. 87 Park Slrect, between Chapel and Crown Streets. Nos, 303 ami 305 Crown Street, at the corner of Park Street. Sale will take place on the respective premises, begin ning at 10 o'clock Thursday Morning, August 15th next No postponement on account of weather. Terms made known at time of sale. For particulars apply to BEECHER'S EXCHANGE, 149 Ornnee Street, EDWARB C. BEECIIER, Executor. tew Help Wanted-Male. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. WANTED A chauffeur. 103 Orange street. ' A10 It WANTED Brick masons at Middlefield, vuiinecuciu. aixiy cents per num. H. Wales Lines Co. Report to Wal ter Collingtorb A7 3t WANTED A First-class linotype oper ator, (union). Apply to foreman Journal and Courier. WANTED FOR V. S. ARMY. ABLE-BODIED unmarried men, be tween ages 21 and 35; citizens of United States, oi 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; 1022 Main street, Bridgeport; 199 Bank street, Waterbury, Conn. 319 tf Situation Wanted-Female One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. ANTED Situation, g.meral house work or cook and laundress. Good reference. Address J. J. M this of fice. A6 2t LADY wishes position as seamstress or assistant to Invalid. Inquire 67 Lafayette St.'ity. 2t Furnished Rooms One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. ; 1 1 FOR RENT Furnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping. 169 Olive street. A8 3t Board Wanted. One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. BOARD WANTED For little boy, 11, in the country; must be reasonable, and hnve refined surroundings. Ad dress M.. this office. A10 lt . Business Chances MORE CAPITAL NEEDED . to fill orders for Cotton's "KNO-TUF" Felt Mattresses (patent Sending). Best paying Investment In ew Haven Particulars on applica tion. The Folding Mattress Co., lno., 81 Goffe Street. , J22 tf Auction Sale. One cent a word for each Insertion, Ave 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 rflll engago the services of a limited number of ?ood singers for a (torus choir. Voices rled at 139 Orang-n St Real Estate! mmtmmmmsmfBmsmmmsm 135-137 Henry St. Two Brick House! BARGAIN. For sale on Chatham street, near Ferry, a good two-family house with Jiot and cold water, bath, etc., on each floor. Lot 40x1 2R. Price $4,800. Would be very cheap for $5,000. Large part or this amount can remain on mortgage at D per cent. MOORHEAD A DONNELLY, 82 Church Street, Roam 20. West Haven Building Lots Prices range from $3.00 to $810 a front foot. Size of lot to suit pur chaser. II. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Grange) St. Building Lots at Morris Cova Shore Fronts and Five Cent Fare. Cash or time payments and a liberal discount to Builders. Buy of the owner. EDWARD M. CLARK, 39 Church Street '' Room 301, .'..iy. &), it Wanted. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. 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 hero. We supply all the best places and always need large numbers. Sleeman's Re liable Employment Agency, 763 Chap, el. Open evenings. mil tf Help Wanted-Female One cent a word for each Insertion, flvG cents a word for a full week, seven times. TWO waitresses at the Sanford House, vvuuumuni, 'uonn., at once. A9 Zt WANTED Experienced steel stitchers and four needle strip stitchers. Ap ply Strouse, Adler & Co., 60 Court street. A7 6t Situation Wanted-Male OnA rflwt n fv. i 4 , five cents a word for a full week, seven times. 4 ' WANTED Position as lady's maid, un . oerstands all her duties as nurse Good reference. Courier, (this office). A10 2t ' Announcements. 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 StTel tabll3hed 20 years. Largest, best In the State. Best male and female heln for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Tel. 1422. Notices. NEW HAVEN GUN CLUB. On account of the death of S 8 Thompson the regular monthly shoot of tho New Haven Gun club is post poned to Saturday, August 17, '07. A10 It CIVIL service examinations wlli soon be held In every state. Full informa tion and questions recently usedby the commission free. Columbian Cor respondence College, Washington, D. ,iyzi z A4 11 Real', Estate. TO LET Rooms, top flow, bnlldlnc 424 State tree, cor. Court. Good light, stead? powev, freight elevator, and heat. Specially equipped tot light mnncw factoring. Space to suit tenants, tor a term pi rears. Apply to Benj. R. English: 839 Chapel St; FOR SALE. Two very desirable central houses, having every Improvement. Situation excellent for a physician's office. Money to loan In sums to suit. & g: hoadle,y: Room 214 Washington Building. 39 CHURCH STREET. Open Evenings. 1 ) FOR SALE. On Lawrence St a modern One-family House; located near Whitney Avenue. Price, $10,000. Judson 6 Hauff, Room 402. 902 Chapel St. FOR SALE. A desirable one family house, Owlght street south of ChapeL J. C. PUNDERFORD, lit CHURCH STRtfET. $50,000 TO L0i On Ml Estat3 at 5 w caiL j, IN suais TO SUIT. , B.F. ESS, 840 Chapel SL nuulnger Blinding Room 14 FINCH Formerly DEWSBURY'S. - 15 DIXWELL AVENUE. Dealer In Cigars nud Tobacco, Confectionery, Stationery; Agent foe Semon s Celebrated Ice Cream In Bricks and Bulk. Ice Cream Parlors in Connection With fttare. The. Laundry Co. (Incorporated.) HiCH-CLASS WOJUC. We do the work for the leading fam ines and stores. 271 Blatchler Ay., New fiuea, Cam