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MEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, .1907.
EDUCATIONAL. Twenty-fourth Tear. HESS1 T. M. C. A. BUILDIJf.G. 152 Temple Street. Sidney Perlln Butler, President. SHI KOsiff R HOTELS AND SUMMER RESORTS. Hotel Garde Opposite Union Depot, NEW HAVEN. CONN. Connecticut's Largest Hotel PARK' AVENUE HOTEL Park Ave. (4th Ave.) 32d to 33d St. New York. One of the coolest hotels In Naw York City. All modern Improvements. Location central, convenient to all places of amusement and lines of , travel. Open-air concerts every evening In the Court Garden with Its palms, fountains and growing plants a unique feature of the hotel. EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY. RATES MODERATE. Dining-room, restaurant and cafe. Meals a la carte. Illustrated booklet. Subway Station and Electrfts Curs at the Hotel door. F. A. REED & E. BARNETT, Pronrlelors. JAVINRO THIS SPACE ! Belongs to MITCHELL Yon All WHAT HE SELLS COLONNADE SAVIN ROCK Palatial Ladles and Gentlemen's Restaurant Sea Food Dinners. Meals a la carte. YALE D. BISHOP, Prop, Tel, 4550 , WILCOX'S Pier Restaurant NOW OPEN. , Famous for Its Sea Food Dinners, 80ft to 1.25. Quick service. Frank Wilcox, Prop. ! Yale D. Bishop, Mgr. i Mir nniinnminr LtmL uUlfirUUIluL "THE BEAUTY AND SCENIC SPOT OF , CONNECTICUT." Open Air Theater Vaudeville Twice Dally. Band Concerts Sunday Afternoons. Dancing Wednesday and Friday even ings each week. BOATING, MOUNTAIN CLIMBING FISHING, ETC. FINE RRSTAURANT. FIERCE 6 NORTON Lake Componnce, Bristol. t Take Waterbury car at New Haven Green, changing at Cheshire. Time 1 hours. The Shoseham, , MORRIS COVE, FORMERLY HOTEL PEQUOT. All remodeled; commands an excellent evlew of the sound. Open for the sea son. European plan. Meals a la carte. Shore dinners a specialty. James F. Toole, Prop. Bathing at all times new bathhouse, new suits. ; The Nonpareil Laundry Co- (Incorporated.) HiGH-CLASS WOR.K We do the work for the leading fam ilies ani stores. 271 Biatchley Av New Haven, Conn. t STOCKS GO DOWN. But Prices Have Struck Bottom J. Johnson & Sons' Prediction. Commenting on their annual great cut-price sale of men's and children's clothing, which starts to-day, J. John son & Sons (exclusive clothiers),) 85 Church street, said , that "stocks were going down, butthat prices had struck bottom.' To-day they commence their grand clearance. They prepared for the event and put prices down to a point that makes sales lrrestible. Their advertise ment td-day specifies two leaders suits at t8.53 and $10. Casimere and worsted suits that sell right along for $12.00, to-day can be bought for $8.50. For $10 you have the choice of blue and gray serges, fancy worsteds, neat cas slmeres and black dress cheviots reg ular $15 suits. The same reductions, the same great values are offered In the higher grades $18 suits to-day for $12, and for, $15 your choice of suits which were reg ularly $20 to $22. In tho chlldrens department ( and this season they have a separate depart ment devoted exclusively to children) they offer everything In the clothing line for the young folks at prices that mean the greatest of savings washa ble suits for 48 cents; play suits, Nor folks and sailor style, marked down to 12.50. Everything offered to-day are stand ard good "every garment guaran teed" to give the best of satisfaction. If not another one will be given In ex change. This is an invariable princi ple with this firm. In view of the Quantity, quality and variety of the stock this season Mr. Johnson prediots the biggest one day's sale In the history, of the firm. EDUCATIONAL. Get an Education While You Work. ATTEXD OUR SIGHT SCHOOL. Our diplomas arc the Open Sesame to Lu crative and Responsi ble Positions. t Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings from 7 to 0 o'clock. The one best beach for bathing is at THE MOMAUGUIN aaaaasaisia COSEY BEACH Geo. T. White, Prop- Telephone 2553-3 ABOUT THEFASHIONS NEW NOTES BORROWED From the Russian, Japanese and Spanish Modes For August.- Costumes designed for late August wear present many features that dis tinguish them from the early summer models, and that will reproduce ef fectively in fall materials. Sheer fabrics have had a remark- i able run this year, and to 'this fact is 1 due the introduction of that distinctly I femfnine note that has characterized the costumes of all types from the j filmiest, beruffled organdie or mull to the tailor-made; In the newest gowns, however, while there is no less of the feminine note, there Is a very decided tendency to ward simplicity; and, as these gowns which have been especially created for the height of the midsummer season, are bound to do service till late into September, and the prettiest of them to do service as evening frocks per haps throughout the fall and even in winter, they are particularly worthy of , notice. The most impressive feature Is the way the trimming Is' massed to give that required air of simplicity and the way the skirts and bodices each are cut to suggest 16ng lines. In the skirts this is done by means of curved seams at the sides, over the hips, and of a lengthening of the breadth at these points, and in the waist by a plain, or, at least, compar atively plain, under-arm piece with the trimming extending from shoulder to waist, i To illustrate more clearly a mousseline which is cut in Ave gores, very wide and flaring from the knees down, and gathered at the waist is first turned up around the bottom in a deep hem. Above this is a ser pentine band of shirred mousseline outlined on either side with a narrow frill also of jthe mousseline. Three Inches above this, two rows of shirred Valenciennes are put on In undulating fashion, Intersecting each other at in tervals to surround medallions of ap plique. Above this and bringing the decoration to knee depth is another single row of ruffled mousseline ap plied in serpentine fashion. In the waist the trimming is all in front and back, leaving, as has been suggested, the under-arm portions and a narrow line at the shoulder of the plain ma terial. Alternating with a two-Inch band of shirred mousseline are two rows of closely gathered Valenciennes, and this is laid over the foundation In the form of a plastron. A little Dutch yoke of Prlncesse lace gives it a charming bit of contrast. The sleeves are very full at both shoulder and elbow, but, as they are drawn Into a snug band at the bottom, the effect is that of the usual width. Another frock of mousseline, in a dull, silvery blue, with satin dots scattered over it, shows the clever combination of tailored and dressy ef fects that is to be one of the features of fall modes. The skirt is made in straight breadths, with' the fulness brought to the sides In four narrow plaits, and to the back In gathers laid very closely, so that they take up only a small space. This leaves the sides and the front comparatively plain. Around the bottom Is a Greek border outlined with three-Inch lace banding. The waist Is a bebe model, with the slight fulness drawn into the belt di 'rectly in front and back, the neck out out in a deep V-shape, and the Japan ese sleeves bordered, or, rather, form ed of the lace banding. A stripe of the lace is also let In from either shoulder seam to the waist line. The lace banding wherever used is piped with smoke gray silk which harmoniz es with the blue. The guimpe, in contrast, is of sheer white mull, com pletely covered with tiny flutlngs of lace. That the Japanese tendencies will be retained in the modes of the coming season is proved conclusively by the August models, which, while many of them show wide modifications, invari ably retain a suggestion of the Ori ental in the sleeve. One of the new sleeves la exception ally charming. It shows a long under arm effect, with an under-sleeve which tapers very perceptibly from the shoulder to the waist, or to the el bow, If it is of that length; and, when this is made as it often is, of lace ruf fles, it is wonderfully chic. A simple beach costume that has attracted much merited commenda tion, and which would be quite as ef fective developed in one of the smooth flannels, is a blue butcher's linen. The skirt plaited in two-inch side plaits, ly Fluid for HORSES CATTLE AND DOGS. DOG' AND CAT BISCUT Bird Cages and Other Supplies. Besides those we usually advertise we have the best of everything in its season. THE FRANK S. PLATT CO. Seed?, Insecticides, Garden Tools, Etc. NEW HAVEN, CONN with a narrow box plait in front was trimmed around the bottom with a four-inch band of the lin", bordered with golden-brown piping, and at regular intervals the band shaped it self into a hollow square, which was laced across In a snider web device with brown silk braid. The waist j with its klmona sleeve was worn over a guimpe, the neck oetng cut Ih a square point and outlined with a nar row band piped with brown, like Pint on the skirt. Between the neck band and another band which extended over the shoulder and down V fvrmt to the waist line, was inset u six-SnVh piece of tucked linen, to which tho lower part of the waist was gathered. All sorts of jaunty, Frenchy looking little coats are worn with these wash able gowns whenever old Sol will per mit of them, and they, too, suggest many possibilities for fall models. There is that variation of the pony Jacket knoVn as "Wilhelmlna," pre sumably because it suggested some thing Dutch to its originator, which has been lost In the remodelling. At any rate It is a remarkably good mod el for heavy cloth, and even as well as for the heavy linen of which the model was constructed. It curves to the figure in the back without exactly fitting it, and it reaches just two inch es below the waist lino. The fronts are straight but trimmed with a wide, MORE flat linen braid, which extends over the shoulders and around the lower edge, and also finishes th'e front edges which just meet low over the bust, and are decorated with two frogs fashioned of the braid. The sleeves ore clearly de fined mandarin shape, reaching to the wrists, where they come into a band of the braid, and the tapering effect is still further emphasized by strips of the braid which run lengthwise over the sleeve. A long garment modelled in new lines Is a Juliette coat or cloak, which Is adaptable, both for afternoon and evening wear. It Is cut in one piece, or would be if the material were wide enough, and naturally enough, from its very simplicity, if nothing more, It must be of Japanese design. The two edges are seamed under the arm to a point eighteen Inches from' the bottom, where they are left free. The fronts are finished with a shaped band, which also extends around the bottom and up either side of the seams at the sides. The back hangs free from the shoulders, and the klmona sleeves are trimmed with the banding. In thtfc model one may find many suggestions for early fall materials. Many of the models recently Import ed show a return to the 'Russian style of blouse which wais bo popular some five years ago, and, as it is made quite universally becoming, it undoubtedly will be a favorite. It Is an especially pleasing design for the rich fabrics, and another point that greatly aug ments its possibilities 19 the fact that it lsc peculiarly adaptable to fur trim mings, and fur trimmings are promised as special features of autumn and win ter fashions. Although there 1b not yet any pronounced evidence of the return of the pouched walet fronts.the French models all show the merest suggestion of them. The blouslng will, however, be only .in the front, with the sides and under-arm portions plain, as is the rule now. AU Indications point to what might be termed a cosmopolitan fash lot, season. We have already borrowed largely from the Japanese, and the Russian effects, as we have just ex plained, are on their way to ua, and r.ow, at last, the designers have rec ognized the po3sibilitlos of the Span ish scarf, and there are wonderful things in the way of long lengths of tulle, crepe, silk, and various other fab rics, embroidered by hand and by ma chine, printed or left quite plain, with thelr ends fringed and lace-trimmed, which are thrust upon us to try what we can to simulate with It the grace of our Spanish, sisters. No evening cos tume, at any rate, will be complete without a scarf. It may be worn or It may be merely carried over the arm or thrown around one, and carelessly caught up with a fold of the gown, but It muBt be present as a necessary adjunct of the fine de slecle evening tcilette. ' The lovely old-fashioned, new-stvle shawls are equally in evidence. Those of soft, cobweb-like crepe, with the owners decorated with elaborate speci mens of hand embroidery, are especial ly in vogue. They make the smartest of evening wraps for, real use, not, like the scarf, merely for show. They are slashed Up the center, then sewed In a scam at either side, with places for the arms to pass through, made, in fact, precisely like a kimono. The top is turned "back, if the embroidery, as it is apt to be, is alike, on both sides, and a ribbon drawstring inserted, with long loops and ends left at the fronts. All sorts of beautiful old lace scarfs are in requisition, and will very large ly take the place of the theater hat. It is an art in itself to arrange or to Spraying carry off a scarf of any sort, but the wonder If that the American woman alnd the English one have not made a more decided try at it long before this. Another development of the scarf is its draping over another material, as for Instance in the ecclesiastical effect, where It is us?d in place of the flat stole. A charming exemplification of this idea, was noticed recently In a long circular cape of pale blue radium, which had a .scarf some four yards lms. v:rx tli? ends and Its entire length ."'Kr.'Jslfcij- embroidered, draped lip'.'.tly f.vr.T tho shoulders, knotted at -''iherslile ot the front into a choli, and tiKii the mg ends allowed to hang straight and graceful to the hem of the garment. At tho neck only the fringe was turned over to give a collar-like finish. C. A. M. In New York Evening Post. GAILE-HWS . ENJOYABLE BOM Employes of Large Department ' Store Have Picnic at , Double Beach. SINGLE MEN WIN - 4i THE BALL GAME Unique Athletic Events Run Off and Prizes Awarded Afternoon Dancing. 'Twas a Jolly crowd that went from in front of the Gamble-Desmond com pany's store's, yesterday morning at 9:30 for Double Beach and their day's outing and what a difference a band makes with aueh a party. Before start ing the feet of the younger members of the party .eould not wait for the con ventional floor of the dance hall ait the beach they made use of the asphalt to give vent to the pent up Joy within them. Three cars were filled to the "just comfortable" point with the em ployes, and ithe heads of the firm and their families went along to enjoy the outing and everybody did enjoy It. As soon as the party arrived at Don. ble Beach the athletio events took place, the order of them, ,-wInners and prizes were as follows: 100 yard dash for cash girls Reta OConner first, Elizabeth Klein second; prizes, umbrellas. 100 yard dash, open ito all E. J. Mc Dermott; scarp pin. 100 jjard race for fat people George Heeleyumbrolla, Pipe race Fred Odell; stein. 3-legged race E. J. McDermott and Edward McGrath; safety razors. Running backward race George Heeley; Arab head ornament. Base ball throwing Jennie Butler, pocket book.' . Running broad jump Edward Mc Dermott; pocket book. x Peanut race with teaspoons AHce Moriarty; Japanese vase. Sack race Emily Trainor; fan. Master Arthur Gorman, son of J. C. Gorman, the superintendent, held the lucky ticket number and won a hand some stein. , After these events were over about one hundred people went to have shore dinners, and nearly aa many more had lunch which they took with them, In the grove or in some cosy spot along the shore. After dinner the ball game took place between the married and sir-gle men, and was won by the single men, score 16 to 0. The married men didn't get beyond third base; didn't even have a chance to try for a run. 'Twas a four inning game. After the gt me pictures wete taken of the en tire party. An extra event was a prize waltz, which was decided in favor of Mr. James T. O'Connor and Miss An na Callahan. The prizes were a scarf pin and an umbrella. The band was as enthusiastic as any. body and did Its best, which was as gcod as could possibly be to add to the merrymaking. They gave a con cert during dinner, played for dancing in the afternoon, and on Jhe way home they still kept busy. Cars from town went down to Dou ble beach at 6:30 and brought the party heme, and from everybody the same opinion seemed to suit exactly "It was a perfect day in every respect. We had an awfully good timer" O'BRIEN PROMISES ACTIVITY. Will Prosecute If Excise Laws Are Not Enforced in Bridgeport. Bridgeport, Aug. 16. Matthew Scoop O'Brien, the prohibition lead er, appeared bw the police board As CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SALE. On A PAtlt ft -amr-A fn An U lnn.Hn u nvxu .- J Ave cents a word for a full week, seven times. FOR SALE 1,000 ret Patent Stove Brick. Every set warranted one year. Orders received 703 STATE STREET. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents .a word for a full week, seven times. R. B. MAI. LORY, AUCTIONEER and Appraiser," 1123 Chapel St. Telephone 2360. House hold goods a specialty. 4 tf j3usni MmilS CAPITAl NEEDED . to 1111 orders for Cotton's "IiNO-TlfF" Felt Mattresses (patent pending). Best paying Investment In New Haven Particulars on applica tion. The Eold.'ng Mattress Co., inc., 81 Gofle Street. J22 tf LEGAL NOTICES. District ot New Haven, ss. Probate Court, August 13, 1907. ESTATE OF ALFRED MANNING, late of New Haven, in said District, de ceased. Tho Administrator de bonis non cum testamento annex having exhibited her administration account with said estate to this Court for allowance, it Is ORDERED, That the 2Hh day of August, 1907, at ten o'clock In the fore noon, at a Co;:rt 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 giv en by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a circulation in said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON. ' al6 3t Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, August 14, 1907. ESTATE OF ERNEST F. HESSE, late of New Haven, in said District, de ceased. An instrument in writing, purporting to be .the last will and testament of said deceased, having been presented in Court, and Ella M. Hesse of New Ha ven having made written application praying that the same may oe proDat- ed, and that letters testamentary may be granted, as by said application on tile in this Court more fully appears, It la ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Pro bate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 21st day Of August, 1007. at ten o clock in the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and the place or tne nearing tnereon, do given to nil parties Interested In said estate by publishing this order three times in a newspaper having a circu lation in said District. By the Court, JOHN L. GILSON. A15 3t " Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court. August 14, 1907. ESTATE OF SARAH G. NEWBERRY. late of Cleveland, Ohio, owning prop erty in said District, deceased. The Executors having; exhibited their administration. account with said estato to this Court for allowance, it is ORDERED, That the 21st day of Aug ust, 1907, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, 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, ami that notice of tho time and place or said nearing be giv ing by publishing tins oruer three times in some newspaper having a cir culation In said District. By tho Court, JOHN L. GILSON. A15 3t Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, Augupt 14, 1907. ESTATE OF JAMES CI1AHNLEY, late of Chicago, 111., owning property in said District, deceased. ' . Douglass Charnley of Chicago. 111., having made written application pray ing thfit administration or said estato may be granted as by said application on file In this Court more fully appears, it is ORDERED. That said application ' be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said District, on the 27th 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 for the nearing tnereon, De giv en to all parties interested In said es tate, by publishing this order three times in a newspaper having a circu lation In' said District By tho Court. , JOHN L. GILSON, A15 3t Clerk. 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, 80S Chapel Street. ,- last night and served notice that if the new excise laws were not observed after September 1 he would make complaints to the prosecutor and cause the arrests of the violators. He said the temperance forces of the state had maintained two men at the legislature to secure these laws and did not propose that they should be allowed to be evaded. He request ed the board to see that all slde and back roonta were removed from sa loons by the first of the month. He also requested that no policeman be allowed to endorse an application for a liquor license and said that sim ilar requests are to be made of the po lice boards of every city and borough of the state. 8 L4&Sfe 4 ' jELPJV One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. , WANTED Assistant bill clerk at wholesale -store.- State.- experience. Draw K, city, ' al7 7t WANTED Bright American office boy. Address Drawer K, this city. al7 7t WANTED Experienced hotel clerk. iviusi come wen recommennea. Ajipiy Room 34, Hotel Oneco, J. L.. H. A14 3t WANTED Business i .man between twenty-five and forty-five years of age, with $3,000.0) to $5,000.00 cash to take interest in a well organized business. Must understand some thing about machinery and take charge of the financial department. Address Box 35, New Haven, Conn, v al" 2t WANTED Manager for branch office we contemplate opening here in New Haven. . Address, with references, The Morris Wholesale House, Cincin nati, O. al7 It WANTED FOR IT. S. ARMY. ABLE-BODIED unmarried men, be tween ages 21 and 36; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who r.an speak, read and write English. Apply Re cruiting Officer," 800 Chapel Street, New Haven; 756 Main street, Hart- ford; 1022 Main street, Bridgeport; 199 Bank street, Wateibury, Conn. J19 tf JiElPWANTJ One cent a word for each Insertion, five- cents a' word for a full week, seven times. WANTED An experienced young lady for Checker and Cashier. Apply Room 34; Hotel Oneco, J. L. H. ' A143t WANTED Experienced steel stitchers and four .needle strip stitchers. Ap ply Strouse, Adler & Co.. .60 Court street. A7 6t WANTED Experienced makers, Ap ply at once. Muhlf elder Bros, Chap el street. - al6 WANTED Girls to work on foot press es. Apply ot Strouse, Adler & Co., 60 Court strCet. al6 6t FURNSHED One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. FOR RENT Furnished house, to a man and wife, for the winter, a small modern house, near town hall at West Haven, Address .with ' refer-J ences P. Q. Box 1134. , . als 7teod REAL ESTATE. 135-137 Henry St. Two Brick Houses FOR SALE. A new six family house, . finished Jmly 1; all occupied; has five good rooms and separate hall for each ten ement. Pays ten per cent, on $10,800. Bargain price, $9,600. " BIOOHEHEAD &D0NNELLY, 62 Church Street. Rooin 80. Building Lots at Morris Cove Shore Fronts and Five Cent Fare. Cash or time payments and a liberal dlsconnt to Builders. Buy of the owner. EDWARD M. CLARK, 39 Church Street Room 301. Auction! Auction! Auction! The.'undersigned will offer for sale at public auction (if not previously? sold at pri vate sale) the following cen trally located property : No. 1172 Chapel Street, between York and Park Streets. , No. 87 Park Street, between Chapel and Crown Streets. Nos, 363 and 305 Crown Street, at Uie corner of Park Street. Sale will take place on the respective premises, begin ning at 10 o'clpck Thursday Morning, August 15th next No postponement on account ot weather. Terms made known at time of sale. For particulars apply to BEECHER'S EXCHANGE, HO Orange Street, EDWARD C. BEECHEIt, Executor. ' ' jp Cot"" 'WANTED. One pant n wnr fn aan). - five cents a word for a full week, se I times. if JONES SELECT EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 23 Church street. Teleph1 1401-12 connections. Largest Agei male and female help supplied i mercantile and domestic service any and all kinds of work. Sent a where. Open evenings. . ALL good help should call here, supply all the best places and alw need large numbers. Sleeman'i" liable Employment Agency, 763 CT eL Open evenings. mU . FURNISHED HOUSE WANT: One rent a. wnrd for aqv. i , i five cents a word for a full week se ' times. . . k WANTED Furnished house for fan'! of four adults, from October to j, J' C. E. Adams, 127 Church street I i A14 3: SITUATION WANTED-MA! Ave rentfl n wnril fnr a full woal, &.c; times. WANTED Work at wood carving man wno nas naa years or exr.j ence in that trade; or would do v,-, in a stable. Good references. S dress Wood Carver, this office, 1 alB SI . SITUATION WANTED-FEMA" One cent a word for esph inaert five cents a word for a full week, sS times. i. WANTED Positions as cook and w' ress in private ramlly. Best of ernces. 190 Meadow street., All WANTED Position as housakecli Appiy at west Haven postorflcq. E. Naylor. . , , , Ar WANTED Situation as seamstress I office. al5 MR. FREDERICK WELO will ntf buwii Burners ior a coruo QUOIT. i fi.A n 1 Oft CIA t ANNOUNCEMENTS. One cent a. wnrri fnt .nni,' five cents a word for a full week, s times. , SLEEMAN'S RELIABLE EMPlI AurrjKui, ids unapel St. J ino oibio. xreac maie ana remale ior any ana au Kinds or work, anywhere: Open evenings. Tel. REAL ESTATE. TO LET n i ' street, co. Conrt. Good light, i power, freight elevator, and heat. , Specially ' equipped ' tor light m factnrlnR. Space to suit tenants, o terra ot yenrs. Apply to Benj. R. English 839 Chapel FOR SALE. Two very doslrable central fco having every Improvement. Situi excellent for a physloian's office. Money to loan in sums to suit bS GJ HOADLE.Ya Room 214 Washington Building ' 39 CHURCH STREET. Open Evenings. FOR SALE. On Lawrence St. a mo One-family, House t loea near Whitney Avenue. Price, $10,000.' Judson 6 Hauff; Room 402. 902 Chapel for sale; A desirable one famllr house," 0 siroei aoutn or C&&P01. J. C, PTJNDERFOi; lit CHURCH STRES West Haven I i Building Li Prices range from $3.00 to $8 front foot Size of lot to suitj chaser, : H. V. RICHARDS, L Ecal Estate Brokei 141 Orange St. 350,000 TO LO On Rea Estau at 5 nsr c IN SIMS TO SUIT. B. F. ESS. 840 Chapel Hublnger Buildlnff Ho EDUCATIONAL. J