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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1907.
6 NEWS OF BRANFORD Board of Finance Meets Delinquent Dog Owners Arrested . Thomas Bray Appeals from Judge Bennett's Decision. (Special Journal-Courier News Service.) Branford, Aug. 12. The adjourned meeting of the board of finance was held at the town hall this evening. The members Informally discussed ap propriations for the ensuing year and adjourned to Monday evening of next week. Thomas M. Bray, the defendant In the suit of Lene vs. Bray, haa appealed from the decision of Judge Bennett of the court of common pleas, in which .the court gave judgment to recover $1 and costs. The appeal is returnable to the September term of the su preme court of errors. Attorneys Zacher and Kinney represent the plaintiff and Attorney W W. Doollttle the defendant. The property of the principals to the suit abut each other and the dispute 19 over the divisional line. Eleven more delinquent dog owners were before the town court this morn ing. Some of the cases were contin ued until to-morrow, when they and others whose cases have not been call ed will be arraigned. The total num ber of arrests for failure to register dogs will approximate half a hundred In Branford. The Branfords won the, baseball game from the strong Winchester team Sunday afternoon by a score of 7 to 6. The Branford team will go to Southlngton Saturday, and on Sunday next the team of the Annex Is expect ed on the local diamond. Harry W. Doollttle, prosecutor of the Branford town court, has returned home and resumed his duties after a delightful vacation spent In Canada In company with , Attorney Talcott H. Eussell. ' G. Myron Monroe departed for Mill dale yesterday, where he has a large building contract. Mrs. Theron W. Fenner of Guilford was the recent guest of relatives In Stony Creek. Michael Daley, assistant at Coyle's tonsorlal parlor, spent Sunday and to day with friends In Bristol. John Baker, traveling salesman for a druggist's supply house, departed yesterday for a business tour of sever al weeks. Contractor Prout began the repaint ing of Trinity P. E. church to-day. MILFORD JAPPENINGS Congregational Church Sends Call' to Rev. Mr. Sumner, of .Minneapolis Will Commence. Duties October 1. (Special Journal-Courier News Service.) Mllford, Aug. 12. The Ecclesiastical society of the Congregational church met 'last evening and voted to extend a call to the Rev. Mr. Sumner o Min neapolis, Minn., who has supplied the pulpit 'for the last month. Mr. Sumner h a very able man and is well liked by all who have heard him. It Is un derstood that he will accept the call and be ready to take up his duties as pastor October 1. y Mr. Charles A. F.ddy of Fort Trum bull beach has bought another large building -lot on Thompson street. Mr. D. S. Whitcomb, who has been spending a few days In Hoboken, N. J., wlfi his son, has returned home. He also made a short visit to West Point on the Hudson. 1 , ' Mrs. Charles H. Stowe and daughter, Miss Stella, expect to leave Monday, August 19, for an extended visit with friends In Maine. Miss Jane Bolaton, wh has been spending the past few weeks in town, the guest of her brother, W. C. Rol ston, leaves for her home in Knowlton, Quebec, Wednesday of this week. George Holder returned to New Tork yesterday after spending a pleasant vacation about town. Miss Von Hacht of West Main street returned to her duties as nurse at Dr. Cheney's sanitarium in New Haven SHOT lTflLlAS ASSAILANT BAGGAGEMASTER IS -HELD General Manager Higgins Goes to New Canaan to Attend the Trial. 'New Canaan, Aug. 12. Baggage Mas ter Thomas Grimm had a lively fight with three Italians on the station plat form last night, which resulted in the shooting of Joe LustianO. Lustiano and two others were on the platform when Grimm came along, and they Immediately set upon him. The bag gage master fought the men off, and, running to the ticket office, got out his perolver and opened fire. Lustiano was shot in the forehead, and was cap tured after a long chase, but his two companions made their escape. Jus tice McLougWln held a session of the court for the occasion, and Grimm and Lustis.no were both held in bonds of $500 for trial to-night. Grimm Is charged with assault with Intent to kill. There Is no charge as yet against Lustiano. ' After a brief hearing to-night the trial was adjourned until to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. General Manager Higgin-s of the rail road was here to-night and will prob ably attend the trial to-morrow, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wallace and family are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wallace of Northampton, Mass. Thursday of this week being As sumption day masses will be celebrat ed in St. Mary's church at 5: SO and 7:30 a. m. Mrs. John J. Kelly of New Haven was a visitor in town Sunday. The board of selectmen at its regu lar session Saturday evening signed the petition of .the Consolidated Rail way company for 'permission to change its tracks over the Kir Khane street bridge. Leonard Anderson Is substituting for his brother temporarily on Ander son's New Haven and Branford ex press line. Miss Emma Jerrold Is visiting In Saybrook. Rev. Harry B. Olmstead, rector of Christ church, Dover, Del., is spending a few days with relatives in town. The annual picnic of the Sunday sch-ool of St. Mary's church will be held at Doubre Beach on Wednesday of next week. Miss Rose O'Brien, who was the guest of her sister, Miss Annie O'Brien has returned to her home In Brooklyn, N. Y. Georgia chapter, O. E. S., will hold Its annual picnic on Thursday of this week. Mansfield's Grove will be their destination. All Is In readiness for the outing of the Branford Business Men's associa tion and fire department which will occur at Steeplechase Island, Bridge port, to-morrow. Clarence Natch, formerly of the galvanizing department of the M. I. F. company's plant, but now of Bos ton, Mass., Is the guest of friends In town. Quite a number of people from the center attended the dance at Seaside hall, Stony Creek, and also the social hop at Branford Point Saturday night. Rev. Edward C. Tullar, pastor of the East Pearl street M. E. church, New Haven, officiated at the Pine Orchard chapel Sunday afternoon. yesterday after having a much needed rest. George Benham, from New Tork, Is spending a few days In town the guest of his parents. Mrs. A. L. Whitcomb and daughter returned yesterday from New Haven, after a week's visit with her parents there. The Mllford Military band held a re hearsal last evening under the Instruc tion of their new leader, Horace Ru land." ' ' : ' 1 Mrs. Frank T. Munson, wife of Moy. or Munson, is contemplating a trip to Chicago, September 1, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Howard. Bailey's orchestra will give their sec ond concert on the green this evening. Mrs. William V. Carrlngton Is visit ing EHzabethtown and Lake Placid In the Adirondacks. Persons Intending to. be made voters In time to vote at the coming fall elec tion must hand their names tn the registrars of voters not later than Sep-, tember 13. The regular weekly meeting of Wtl Ham Fowler council, O. TJ. A. M., took place in Mechanics hall last evening. EOJIB BtTRSTS IX ASH BIX. Bridgeport Man is Given Bad Scare by Explosion.. Bridgeport, Aug. 12. Daniel O'Kane, of 431 Lafayette street, who recently gained fame because of a determined attempt on the part of his children to place him in the mad house was fright' ened half to death Saturday night by a bomb which was placed in his back yard and exploded among the ash cans. Mr. O'Kane has 'his suspicions, as to who Is responsible for the attempt upon his life and property and has given the matter into the hands of the police. The bomb consisted of a ctiunki of tool 6teel, into which a small hole had been bored, and filled with gunpowder Or some oither explosive. The thing went off In the O'Kane back yard about 11:20 o'clock, Saturday night, making a tremendous racket, and blow. 1ng to pieces the ash barrel in which It was placed. The people In the house were afraid at first to go out to make an Inves tigation, A telephone message was sent for the police and several patrol men responded. The pieces of the bomb were collected and taken to po lice headquarters. Several months ago. one of Mr, O'Kane's daughters asked to have him committed to the state Insane asylum at Middletown. Dr. Ri A. Lookhart and J. M. Johnson testified rtiat he was insane and an order waa secured for his committal to Middletown. O'Kane afterwards secured stay of execution and after a long hearing before Judge Nobbs, in which Dr. J. c. Lynch and Dr. C. C. Godfrey testified tq his sanity he was declared to be in full possession of his mental faculties. ftevs Havtn's Mast ReliabU Deft Storei HALF PRICES And LESS On FINE SUITS Here are the truthful little fi g u r e 3 on which this startling head line is founded AI32.50 Brown Chiffon Panama Suit $15.00 A $38,00 Bhcfc and white strips Pony Jacket Suit, $19.00 , A $30.00 Tan effect Check Cloth Suit $13.50 A $32.50 Biscuit Color Chiffon Panama Suit $15.00 1 Black Silk Shirtwaist Suit $10.00 A f 30.00 Pearl Grey Shadow Check Panama Suit, for A $30.00 Black and white check English Worsted , Suit $13.50 $15.00 The BLANKET t Wonderful Strides' Whether you buy a Blanket in the sals at 79cts or at $1.3 I or at $1.98 or one of the White California' Wool Blanketi at $$.79, or at $4.50, In any case you may bs securs in the thought that there are no better Blanket Values in all this broad land. . Ask to see the White California Wool Blankets at $4.73 and $4.98. They are the star values in the sale and are ckief ly responsible for the sale's Splendid Success. This Dress Goods and Silk Clearance Sale Is Booming Charming Foulard Silks for as little s 20cts tnd 43cts That's Less than the Wholasaler'8 Cost. REMNANT SALE Black, and Colored Dress Goods Remnants, all tnable lengths., Fa? HALF what the PRICE ticket calls for. O'Kane claimed that his children were trying to railroad him to the in sane asylum, In order to obtain iii3 property, of which he has considerable. Ho thinks that the explosion t 'lie bomb In his back yard Is In jorao way connected with the probate ease. Mrs. Harlow Read of Jacksonville, Florida, la visiting her Bister, Mrs. Simms Embler at 224 Norton street, and will spend the remainder of Aug ust in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eno of Elmhurst, L. I., are spending August at the Ogll vle cottage, Morris Cove. Mr. B'no was formerly with the Edward Malley com pany. William Mills Maltbie. son of Hon. Theodore M. Maltbie. has returned from a long vacation, and Is now at his home In Granby. He Is a graduate of Yale university and the Yale Law school, and ig engaged In practice with his fa ther in Hartford. The engagement was announced yes oC Mr. win Nott of the auditing department Of the Southern New Eng land Telephone Co. to Miss Forbes of Morris Cove. Miss Grace Dillon of Hartford Is a guest at the Hotel Pembroke. Wood niont. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cannon of How ard avenue are at Atlantic City for the month of August, Mrs. T. J. Adams of 65 Whalley ave nue Is now at Keene, New Hampshire, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hills. Theodore H. Weber, organist of the West Main Street Baptist church, Mer iden, who is now enjoying a trip abroad, writes to a friend that he ar rived in Hamburg the 29th day of July, after a fine voyage. His time has been spent sightseeing In Berlin and Dres den Is his next s'top. Heis accompa nied by Herman Weber. Dr. Robert Burwell. who has been visiting his mother in Fair Haven "eights, is now much improved in health. i Many people who are summering at Pine Orchard were given a rare treat at the Union Chapel Sunday when Miss Rose O'Brien, of Walllngford, contral to soloist in one of the large churches In New York, sang two very fine selec tions. The fact that Miss O'Brien was to sing called out a much larger con gregation than usual. lr. Fred Gorliam of Hudson, N. Y., is visiting his sisters, the Misses Gorham of Florence avenue, Morris Cove. Among the automobile tourists regis tered nt the Elton in Waterbury Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Croft, Mr. and A $30.00 Black Silk Coat Suit, for $12.50 Sale Is Making Mrk J. H. Leete of New Haven; Mr. and Mrs. E. p. Avery, New Haven; Edward E. Peck. New Haven; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Godfrey, J. w. Peabody, New Haven. ! Mr. and Mrs. Harry . Bennett of Lainhertonj street, are visiting Mrs. f Bennett' parents In Bangor, Me. mo Kev. W. W. W. Wilson. D, D., pastor of Grneo Methodist Episcopal church In this city, has completed his entire itinerary of the charge since April 2;), having made 728 Visits, and Miss Nettle M. Swartz. the deaconess, having nearly completed the same. The pastor has been granted the month ot August and' Miss Swart the month of September for their vacations. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Messinger of Whalley avenue, leave to-day for a two weeks' stay at Portland, Me., and other points. Mrs. James McMillan, widow of Unit ed States Senator James McMillan of Michigan, haa announced the engage ment of her daughter, Miss Amy Mc Millan, to Lieutenant Colonel Sir John Harrington British envoy extraordin ary, and minister plenipotentiary to Abyssinia. The marriage will probably take pluee at Eagle Head, Manchester-by-the-Sea, In October. Mr. Frank Llovd of New York is the guest of his sister. Mrs. Leander J. Russell of Dwlght street, having been called to New Haven by the serious ill ness of their mother, Mrs. Lloyd. MIbs Ruby Morgan of New Haven, who has been spending the past week with friends in Waterbury, has return ed. Miss Emma Shepard of Union avenue. West Haven, Is spending two weeks in Pennsylvania. Charles R. Qulntard, a well known real estate dealer of New Haven, who was associated with a company in a number of its largest deals, and John J. Shea of that city have retired. Both Mr. Shea and Mr. Qulntard have done real estate work for the New Haven road for a numberof years. They serv ed under the late Fred. C. Flske of this city, who was in charge of the depart ment at the time of his death and were highly thought of by this expert In land values, and "the art of buying the same. Miss Nellie M. Thomas of Schenec tady, N. Y., formerly of New Haven, is visiting Mrs. A. H. Bushnell of 270 Greenwich avenue. William Cheney, Howard Davies, Amos Cheney and Theodore Elliott of M'eriden left yesterday morning for Camp Howar.wee at Indian Neck where they will be' spend two weeks. Mr. 'Addison Peterson of Schenecta dy, who is the guest of his uncle, Mr. E. S. Peterson on Cottage street, will remain until the first September. Alger P. Biaine of the drug store of xRussell & Clancy, Springfield, Mass., came yesterday for a week's vacation nternational Are payable all over the world Safest, best and most convenient way to carry funds SUPPLIED FOR AMY AMOUNT BY SWEEZEY & KELSEY Steamship and Tourist Agents 102 Church Street Telephone 3209-4 Booklovers Take Notice A Clearance Sale of Fine Editions of Standard Authors at Greatly reduced prices List on Application EDWIN C. KILL COMPANY PublUber and Importers 437 Fifth Avenue, New York. The Vacuum Method overcomes the hardship of housecleaning. The now universally accepted way of cleaning , makes It entirely unneces sary to prepare. ' The rooms are ready as they are. Simply send for the Vacuum Wagon. That's simple, is it not? THE Vacuum Cleaner C0, Tel. 2700. P.O. Bex 1151 at Savin Rock. The Misses Pauline Hasselbach and Estelle Lyons returned Sunday from a two weeks' stay at Peaks Island, Me. IiTrs. Margaretha Oberempt and son, Hermann, of Easthampton, Mass., are visiting in New Haven. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ender of Daven port avenue left yesterday for a ten days' stay at Burlington. Mrs. Martha S. Foster of New Haven in visiting Mrs. Antoinette Q. Rich ards in West Brookfield, Mans. Miss Edna Brown, Miss Louise Gib son and Miss Myrtle Bronson are visit ing at the Lyman homestead, Norwich. Joel Eno of the Yale university li brary is visiting In Wllllngton, Conn. P. H. Meyers returned yesterday from a delightful two weeks' trip to Syracuse, Oswego and tho Thousand Islands. George A. Reynolds, formerly of New Haven, clerk of the Hartford Are department for many years, and Mrs. Reynolds will attend the annual re union of the Reynolds Family associ ation at Bristol, R. I., Thursday. Mrs. James Cochrane and. daugh ters ,the Misses Joan and Margaret, of New Britain, are stopping at Wood mont. Miss Nellie Seymour, of Hartford, is the guest this week of Mrs. G. W. Ai ling, of Whalley avenue. Rev. P. J. McGlvney, of St. Francis' church, South Farms, Middletown, has returned from a vacation spent in the northwest. On his way home he vis ited the Jamestown exposition and the Knights of Columbus oonventlon. He Is national chaplain of the order. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Dell, of New ark, N. J., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Belcher and family of Court street, West Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dyson, of New Britain, will spend the next couple of weeks at Indian Neck. Miss Frances Snow,, of "West Haven, Is spending her two weeks' vacation in Chester. Mrs. Tomllnson, of New Haven, is visiting Miss Martha Jones In South Windsor. ' Mrs. W. E. Hunevan, Miss Bessie Hunevan and Miss Edith Shillitto, of West Haven, left yesterday for a two weeks' stay at Lake Waramaug. Dr. George O. McLean and Mrs. Mc Lean, of Hartford, will leave Thursday for Caribou, Me., where they will re main until September 1. Miss Mary E.White, of Cosey Beach, has left for a week's stay at Mount North Cannnn Cane. There was no hearing before Judge !A. T. Roraback at North Canaan Sat urday on an application for an Injunc tion made by Ozias Coldezky of Hart ford, through his counsel, Hungerford, Hyde, Joslyn & Oilman, asking that Mrs. 'Rena Kaizer, her agent, H. S'.-.U' lansky, Rush P. Chapman and Chand ler E. Miller be restrained f.om col lectlng the rents and Income of certain mortgaged property In New Haven un til such time as an amount due on two notes, and interest on another note In the Tolland Savings bank, shall have been paid. The hearing was put over for one week, but If is probable that a compromise will be effected 'and Chapman & Miller's $10,000 suit against Coledezky, and his $10,000 suit against the four parties named will be with drawn. ISSUED BY THE Mercantile Marine Company (Citij ottces. COMMITTEE OX PUBLIC LIGHTING. The Committee on Public Lighting of the Board of Aldermen will meet in Rooms 10-11, Cltv Kali, Tuesday, Aug ust 13, 1907, at 8 o'clock p. m., for the consideration of the following matters: Petition of James P. Brennan, et als., for an electric arc light corner of Ma ple and Brownell streets. Petition of Christopher F. Casey, et als., for an electric .arc light, corner of Warren place and Ridsc street, Petition of Mrs. Edward E. Salisbury, et als., for a gas lamp on Wall street, north side between Orange and Church streets. Petition of Mrs. Mary A. Hickey for an electric light corner of Clinton ave nue and English street. Petition of Georg-e A. Femister, et als., for a gas lamp on Hazel street, near Sheiton avenue. All persons interested In the foreg-o-Ing are hereby notified to be present, and be heard theron without further notice, Per order DAVID L. DAVIS. Chairman. Attest: CHARLES J. PLATT, A10 3t Clerk. FRENCH LINE. Comiuijjiule Generate Triumatlniitlque. Direct Line to HAVRE PARIS, France, Sailing every THURSDAY, 10 a. m. From Pier 42. North River, 1 ' New Tork. La Bretagne Aug. 15 La Provence Aug. 32 La Touralne Aug. 29 La Lorraine. . . Sept. 5 La 8aole ....... Sept. 12 La Provence Sept, 19 Twin-screw steamers. - , Extra Sililliigs. La Gascogne .......... .Sept. 14, 3 p. m. La Bretagno ...Sept. 28, 3. P m. Apply to French Line, 19 State St., N. Y. or Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St., Bishop & Co., 183 Orange St., Parish & Co., 86 Orange St. lOLUND-MRICA LIU! NEW YORK ROTTERDAM, via BOULOGNE Sailings Wednesdays as oer sailing list N.Am'dnm. Aug. 14, Sent. IS Oct. Stat'dam, Aug. 21, Sept. 25. Oct. 'SO, Noordam Aug. 28, Oct. !l Nov. 0 Ryndam, Sept. 4 Oct. 9 Nov. 13 Potsdam, Sept. 11 Oct. IS. Nov. 20. Freight and passenger agency, 39 i Broadwpv, N. Y.: or any local agents. Holyoke, and upon her return will spend the rest of her vacation with relatives at Cosey Beach. Miss May Conway, stenographer at the Hartfordi hospital, is spending a two weeks' vacation at Savin Rock. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Welch, of West Haven, are entertaining at their sum mer home Mrs. Helen Hart, of Berlin. Miss Nora C. Long and Richard Long, of New Britain, are spending their vacation at Savin Rock. I Mr. and Mrs. Markham, of 159 Park street, will move to New York this week, where Mr. Markham has re cently accepted a business position. Mrs. W. H. Gardner and! daughter, Miss Ruth, are spending the week in WilllmiawMe, With Mrs. Gardner's n oth er, Mrs. Mentha A. Nichols. George P. Moore, son of Rev. N. 'S. Moore of Winsted, now of Vermont, who was recently operated upon at the hospital for appendicitis, is gaining daily and will , be able to leave the institution In about 'two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. HenVy Barrows of East Man street, East Haven, started yes terday morning on a ten days' trip which will be spent with friends in Martha's Vineyard, Mass. Rev. and Mrs. D. J. CTark of East Haven, left yesterday morning for a two weeks' vacation which will be pass ed at Bantam Lake. While there they will wtop at 'the BIssel house. E. L. Wilcox, of the firm of Tanner & Wilcox, Wnsted, has come to Short Beach for a week's' outing. Mr. Allen of High street; East Ha ven, left Sunday for a ten days' outing which will be spent in Jamestown, Bal timore, Philadelphia and other places of Interest. Miss Keefa of Lawrence street, re turned! yesterday from a tour of 'the Great Lakes. DROPPED DEAD. Sudden Dentb of Horace Parker While ut Work In Centerbrook. Horace Parker, aged seventy years, employed as a blacksmith at the Brockway Carriage works at Center- brook, dropped dead while at work at 9 o'clock yesterday morning of heart trouble. He had been at work at the anvil and had just left it and sat ddwn in the doorway and expired. He was a native of Essex and is survived by a son, Charles Parker of Wethersfield; Goodwin Parker, a brother, of Salem, also Horace Parker of Essex. The de ceased was a member of Mount Olivet lodge, F. and A. M., No. 52. Medical Examiner F. B. Bradeen was called and gave permission for burial of the body. Mr. Parker's father died of heart trouble. Death of 3. W. Egan. Joseph W. Egan of this city, for merly for years of Wraterbury, died Sunday at Grace hospital in this city He leaves a mother, Mrs. Margaret Egan, two brothers, John E. and Rob ert E. Egan, and one sister, Maria H, Egan, all of Waterbury. The remains were taken to Waterbury on the 10:50 train yesterday morning and removed to the home of his mother at 837 East Main street The funeral will take place this morning with services at the church in Cheshire at 10 o'clock, The burial will be in Cheshire. ; : : " f ixnvtltx's aitle August 4, 100T. i v-.tr i:23. 4:4B. 5:0t .5 05. T5-66.:60, x7:23,'3:00,x8:20 8:4. 4: M 10:00 10:80. 11:16. a. 12:06 12:12, J 1:25, '1:28. 2:10, 2.2. 3:47 3:B4, l:25, 4:36 'BtlO, 6.3. 5:40 '8:06. 0:25. to Bridgeport) t:5 . 7 06 7:54 118:25, 9:10, 9:20 p. n SuncV-2 '4:45, x7.:55. m is'-oo 111 -BO. 2:00, 2:10. 3:64, 4.St 5;10 x:lo." 4:50. 7 :05. 7:54, 8:6( 9:10, 9:20 p. m. ' ' For Wnisliinfrton via Harlrm Rtrer 1:00, p. m 12:05, night, dally ; For HoMon via Harttord nd WlHlm ninutlc 10:03 a. m.. 4:02 p. m. For Ronton via New London iw Providence '2:17, 2:53. T:?. !S:2 1111:38 a. m., 12:02, 2:88, 4:54, '4:1 4:50, ll:S8, 6:59 p. m. SundaT-:ir. 2-63, HlX :45 a. m., 12:02, 2:54, 4:5'' 6:45, 6:59 p. m. , tM t1 .B For Boston via SprlnsrOeld 1:1 11:06, a. m., 1:42, 5:43, p. m. aunaaj 1:10, a. m., 1:42, 5:43 . m. I f For Hnrtforrt, Sprlnsnein, Et&;i.i x4:00, 6:35, 7:45, x9:45. 10:03. lv.;. 11:06 a. m., xxz:at, i:iv V.fl, ,i 4'02, x5:00, 5:43, 6:08, , (to Hartford', 7:10. x8:06 9:50, 1.1:05. p. in. Sunday 1:13, x9:05, xll:85, a. m. 1:42, .'5:3. 5:43, 7:10, x8:l)tt, xskzu p. m. For New London. Eic.--2 IT, 2iG 7-47. 9:06. II9:88. 11:07. 11:38, . ; 12:02, 112:38, "2:54, S3;00, 3:05, 4:0 tin Knvhrnnk-V. 4-18. 4'50. 5:30. 6:1 6:88.":59, 8:15, (to Guilford) , S 8:1! (to Saybrook), 10;00 p. m. ; aunaaya-2-17, 2 53, 8:52, '1111:45 a. in.. 3-2."D 2:54. 4:50. :45, :59 p. m. . 7:35 n.- m., 12:58, 5:83, (to Worcesttf and Fitchburg), 5:55 p. m. Sundaysf 7:20 . m. ' f; For Sliclburne ValU, Etc T:4 a. rr 12:20 (to New Hartford), 4:01, B;B4 Cf Westilcld) p. m. t For Wnter'mry 6:58, 8;00, 8;SB, 9:1 a. m., 12:10, 2:35, 5:25. 7:40, 11; 40, p. Sundays 8:30, 11:10 'a. m.j'6:40; 8;45 m. ' For Winsted 6:68, 9:40 a. m., 12:1 2:35, 5:25, 7:4 ) p. m. Sundays 8:30 m.; 6-.40 x). m. Fov Plttonpld and Intermediate Polo 5:55 (via Bridgeport), '9:35 a. n! S 2-00. 410 n. m. Sundays' 8:00 a, m. For I.llclinelfl 9:35 a. m., 8 2:1 S4;10, A 5;00 p. m. Sundays 8:00 m. 1 ' . For PoiiRlikeenMe -S 2:00, A 5:00 m. For New York via Bridgeport n Steamer 7:23 a. m. Sundays 7:55 m. '.' ' Express trains. S Saturdays only. MPnrlor car llmitfirJ. MMotifla'va onlv. A Ihtcerit Rattirdnw xLocal express. I O. M. SHRPAISD, F. B. C5OT.ET.I Gen. Supt, . Asst. Gen. Pass. Ag New Haven Line Fon ' NI?W YORK, THE sovTn Aisn west. FARES REDUCED 7Bo TO NEW YOR EXCURSION TICKETS 1.25. STEAMER RICHARD PROK. From New Haven Leave Belle Dod oauy, except Mondays, 1 a. m., also 8u days 4:30 i. m. From New York Leave Pier 20, Eal iver, toot fdcK Slip, week days 2: p. m Sunday 9:30 a. m., foot East 2 street week days 8 n. m.. Rn in. Time between New Haven andNrt York about five hours. Tiokets ai! stateroom at Bishop & Co.'s, 185 Oram St., also at Belle Dock and on steam' THE NEW ENGLAND STEAMSHIP C GEORGE C. Black, Agent, New Have F. C. COLEY. Gen. Pass. Atrenf N. V. Starln'sN.Y.&N.H.Lln PASSENGER AND k'KKlUHT SKRVIC Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leavi wow rork :ou P. m., Cortland Btrel Pier No. 18, N. R. Fare 'o, excursV tickets $1.25. Rooms Jl. rak Cha 1 Street cara to Brewery rttrcet. C . tf'ISHFIR, . Hfnw Havea. con THE RECREATION TOURS. JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION, 9S4.00J Six Day Trip. Au. 12, 20) Sept. 2, I ; 30) Out. 14, 28. . j ' Coney Island and Manhattan Bench! Every Thursday night by Steamt t Rlchurd Peck. 37.00. " I ' Niagara Falls over Saturday, 925,Mt Leaving Friday. August 30. Return! Tuesday, Sept. 3. Accommodations International hotel. For descriptive circulars call on The Recreation Tourist Cornea 185 Orange St., New Haven, Conn. Montauk ' Steamboat Co.'s Lit Between New London and Greenco Shelter Island and Sag Harbor, Long 1 land. f Steamer "Nantasket" leaves New td don, week days, 10:08 a. m.. 4:10 p. t Leaves Sag Harbor 6:00 a. ra 12:80 pi J$ambi!rg-Americat Twin Screw Passenger Servi PLTMOUTH-CHERBOURQ-HAMBTJI Bluecher Aug.. 15 I 'Deutschl'd Aug Penn Aug. 17 I Pretoria ..Aoir.i Amerlka Aug. 22 I KaJserln ..Sep Among special features of these vi gels are: Grill Room, Gymnaslvl Palm Garden, ftlts-Carlton Restaurs Elevators, Electric Baths. 1 TOCRIST BURjiAU. I R. R, Tickets, hotel aooommodattot V d general iniorninuoa aooui.iore: travel. Traveler's Checks, good all over world. HAMBURG-AMERICAN MNB, 39-37 Rroadway, N. Y. Bweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St., Zunder & Eon, 249 State F. ; J. H. V Ish & Co... 86 Orange street; Blsho Co. 185 Orange St.; H. Ousamao, Orange 6t . . . . i