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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL ' AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1S07.
r RIFLE TEAM BACK FBOil fAMP PERRY i ' Bines Won the Company Team (- , Match Out of Fifteen ('' I Contestants. ALLING HIGHEST SCORE Corporal Harrison, of Grays, Does Most Consistent k Shooting. All the members of the Connecticut rifle team that went to Camp Perry, O., to compete in the bis International rifle tournament have returned,( excepting ' Major Ernest L, iBbell who has gone to Ottawa, Can. He is a 'member of the Board of National Rifle association . that picked the American team that ;will Shoot there on September 7. The biggest thing done tiy the Con necticut marksmen was the winning of the company team match by the Blues. i They got $100 cash and a gold medal for each member of the team. There were fifteen company teams in this competition. The shooting was at 200 and 600 yards. The total score made by the Blues In this match was 429 out of q possible 500. Tlte individual scores made by the Blues' team in this match were as fol lows: Capt. A. A. Ailing, S9; Musician John Corrle, 87; Private N. Johnson, 89; Corp. H. A. Riley, 82; Corp, "W. (D. ' Eiley, 82. The members of Captain 'Alling's company are so pleased with the record made by their team that lilans are under way for a celebration to be held probably on Thursday night at Savin Book where t,he team will be "Jglven a shore dinner. The most consistent shooting was done by Corporal Charles W. Harrison of the Grays. He won first place at 800 yards, all comers' match, with a scofe of S6 out of a possible 100. He was tied with ten others for first place at 600 yard3 with a perfect score of 60, and In tha-draw-out won first place. He was third In the 600 yards all com ! imers' match with a score of 49; first at i ehort range with a score of 85 out of a 'possible 100 and fourth at mid Tange with a score of 99 out of a possible 100. In the national pistol match shot ast Saturday Musician John B. Corrie of the Blues won fifth place and MaJ. Ernest L. Isbell won 12th place. Major Isbell was unfortunate in that his re volver did not work properly. There were about 250 entries in this match Carrie gets a silver and IsbelLa bronze medal. In the championship regimental team match, open to teams of six from any regiment battalion or squadron of cavalry of the United States arms and United States marine corps or organ ized militia of any state at 10 shots, or record at 200, 600 and 1,000 yards elow fire, the Second infantry of Con necticut entered two teams, which finished sixth and seventh respectively With, Scores of 688 and 686 each. This match was won by the Sixth Infantry of Massachusetts with a score of 750. In this, match there were 31 entries. In the lnter-state team match shot last Wednesday and Thursday the Connecticut team finished 22nd out of 49 teams. In the national individual match which was shot lPHt Friday and Sat. urday, in which there were 678 en tries, the high man from Connecticut , was Sergt. Howard E. Williams of the Blues with a score of 292, with E. C. Simpson of the 'Grays second with a ecore of 289, which were nine and 12 .points respectively below the first 12 men of the match. In the Leach cup match squadded competition, open to everybody and shot at 800, 900 and 1,000 yards, was won by Capt. J. C. Semon of Ohio with a score of 97. 'There were about 400 entries in this match. Priv. E. C. Simpson was only nine points behind the winner, his score being 88. The (President's match, the .event, won last, year by Private Simpson, went this year to Sergt. W. A. Berg of the state of Washington.. In the Herrick trophy match, open to army and naVy, the marine corps and military organizations of the dif ferent states, the Connecticut first team got 19th place in a match in I, -which 38 teams shot. The winning ' team was No. 1 of Ohio with a score of 1,685. The score of the Connecticut i team was 1,347. ' The championship regimental skirm ish match two teams were entered from the Second Teglment of Connec ticut.' This event was won by the Sec ond of Washington. The First Con necticut team was tied for eighth place with the First District of Co Jumbia team. The tying score of these two teams was 372. iiimii i minim i ii i mm ihiiiiiiiiiihi ki m mm ,.i ii miMiMmiii i pin mimim mi i'iiiBiiniTMniiMOTrnniiMMMir1! IT' ' : WV, I : Vacation Tim is Almost Up! I I H ' U The problem of fitting out the the children for school will be quickly solved by visiting this store during this sale of chil dren's school fixings. Combined with our low prices is the assurance that the quality is the very best Read these items: Exceptional Bargains in School Supplies Every requirement for the scholar will be found in our immense stock 6f school supplies in the basement. Our large purchases have embled us to sec ure price concessions that make our offerings absolutely without a parallel. TEHIPERASTCE FIELD DAY. At Lake Compomice on Friday Many Brilliant Speakers. Bristol, Sept. 3. Much of the excise legislation of the last general assembly will be explained, and some of the features of it emphasized, according tn the tiroirram of the Christian citiz enship field day on Friday at Lake nnmnounce. Among those who will speak are Representative Ingalls of Brooklyn, B. B. Broad Dent oi nam rtftn. Fdirar M. Wheaton of Putnam, r fermentative John T. Welles of Wntviprsfield. and Chaplain Warren 1 V. Sheldon of the senate. The Rev I iur a Rnlllvan of Hartford is to EnPfxk upon the subject, "The Influ iinr.fl of the Licmor Traffic in Politics." i-Other speakers will be Brigadier Gen eral A. S. Daggett of Stamford, John ; T. Sliea of Cambridge, Mass., Mrs. ifargaret D. Ellis of Washington. TWENTIETH REUNION. John Stone Association at Savin Kock Thursday. The twentieth reunion of the John Stone association will be held at Stan-- . ford's hotel, Savin Rock, to-morrow, 'ani" - rwhcn families bearing the name Stone, ".Boston -pendants or allied by marriage, will '1 a.business meeting at 10:30 and wt dinner following. Lead Pencils cedar wood, tood lead, a dozen- Lead Pencils fine pol ished wood, fine lead, eachfc Lead Pencils a laree assort ment of woods, superfine Os lead, rubber tops, each rtf Slate Pencils soft and clear writing quality, 10 for 1 Pen Holders with hand finished steel pens, each 1 Fancy Pen Holder fitted with pen on one end and jEf pencil on other, each-- il Pen Points Eagle, Staf- O i ford's and Miller's, a dozen) Good Fountain Pen sold elsewhere at 15c-- 10' Slates we offer the larg- Qi est sire in the city at J Rulers fine wooden ruler for 1 9 and good paper rulers two for a InRs regular 5c bottle of Qj David's ink for O Mucilage David's regu lar 5c bottles for- Mucilage Stafford's lrgeQ siee bottles for J White Paste large sife ffc bottle for J A' Liquid Glue- rer -regular 10c sue 5 Erasers large assortment "I at 5c, 3c and 1 Compass and Dlv Ai ider worth 25c,; for I 7 Scratch Pads 100 large A sheets of Manila paper for-" Pads 70 sheets' of fine O 9 white ruled paper for Oakwood Tablets-finest white ruled paper- . JJj Memo. Books fine cov-Od ers, at 5c, 4c and--- O Composition Books 1 1 44 leaves, ink paper, each-1 Composition Books the largest assortment to be found.' The paper is finely finished for ink, bound in' many different handsome covert, specially O ) priced at 8c, 5c and All the Requirements lor the School Boy Only well made reliable garments sold in this departmsnt.. We consid er wear and durability as much as style. The advance of materials has not effected our customary low prices. - , Boys' Bell Brand Blouses for 25c Well made and full size, materials are Everett Classics, guaranteed fast color, in every de- S 0 sign, sites 4 to 15, worth 35c, sale price hfO Boys' $2 and 1.69 School Suits at 98c Over 100 suits in this assortment, made of good quality cloths in gray mixtures and blue flannel, both Russian blouse and eton styles, knickerbocker pants, si kftie arid extra white linen collar, QO 2 and 1$1.69 values for 7 (J Boys Reefer Suits for $1.98 . These are double breasted reefer suits, colors are navy blue and medium and dark mixtures in a Variety of handsome styles, make and fit Qfi are guaranteed, school sale price - JLl7U 39c and 50c Knee Pants for 25c Knee pants, just the kind for school wear, in gray stripes and navy blue, 39c and 50c val-? ue, sale price MJ Boys' 75c Pants for 49c Oar guaranteed standard pants, regularly sold at 75c, bloomer styles are included, taped seams; double stitched throughout, double seat I Ql and knees, sale price-- 1 Boys' Puritan Brand Blouses for 49c These are the famous Puritan make blouses nd waists, choice of assorted designs in percales tnd cheviot, perfectly made in guaranteed A Aa "olors, sale price 7- J 1 . , Special Saving Chances in Children's Wear Children's 1.50 Reefers fcr 98c Made of red and blue material Ui natty double breasted style, with rows of buttons and A6 deep sailor collar, school sale price - O Children's $2 Reefers for $1.49 Made with deep sailor collar in double breasted style and in plain box style, in red, blue 1 A Q and tan shades, tiimmed with buttons,-- JL iTTr Children's Aprons for 29c Made of the best lawn, trimmed with embroid ery, in sizes from 6 to 14, these aprons OQ' were made to sell at 50c each, sale price t J Children's Guimps for 49c These.are made of fine lawn, effectively trimmed with lace and embroidery, in sizes from 4 A Ql to 14, school sale price fx Don't Miss These Economies in Shoes Children's Shoes for 85c Children's vicikid lace and button shoes OFl zes 83 to 11, a pair for-'. OD Misses' $1 Shoes for 89c Misses' $1 vici kid lace ,nd button shoes O atent leather tips, sizes 11 1 to 2, a pair atQ Little Gent's $1 Shoes for 89c Little gent's $1 satin calf lace shoes saf- OQ ty heels, sizes 8 to 131, a pair for O Boys' Shoes for $1.19 Boys' satin calf lace shoes, heavy soles 1 1 Q 'sizes 2 to 5, a pair for 111 W1 Jmdmatk DIED IX KILLIXGWORTH. Well Known Physician Leaves Daughter Here. KilHngworth, .Sept. 3. Dr. Edward H. Nichols, for years a well known physician here, died to-day, aged 80 years. The general breaking down of his health, combined with heart disease caused his death. Dr. Nichols several years aeo represented this town in the legislature and he had held many of fices in this rlaces. He was the medical examiner of Killingworth for twenty years and leaves a son, Town Clerk Edw.nrd Nichols, and an adopted daugh ter, Mrs. John Terry, of Kew Jlaven. PERSOililFI Dr. Frances N. Boynton of New Ha ven, is visiting at Judge RofVoack's in Canaan. . Mrs. Rudolph Soderberg has re turned from an enjoyable three months' visit with relatives In Sweden, whom she had not seen for eleven years. The Misses Cajnp of New Haven, aro visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Camp lu Newington. Miss Robinson and "Miss Helen Rob inson of Sachem street, Norwich, re turned home on Saturday after spend ing two weeks in camp with Miss Kate Kent on the South Bluffs, Block Isl and. Sidney Jones of Wolcott, N. T., is visiting his brother, S. B. Jones of Crown street. Mrs. Davenport of New Haven, is the 'guest of her daughter, Mrs. H,. Lt Knox of 'Sturtevant avenue, Norwich. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Willard ami daughter, Miss Dorothy of Hartford, who have been spending the past few days in town, the guests of Mr. aid iHINGSto use in the school room I everything of the best at Lower than usual prices. A little price detail; Cedar Pencils, 4c dot. Dlckan's Natural , rubbar tips, Cedar Pencils, 9o do. Beats-All, a superior round pencil, nlckle rubber tips, gloss finish, 12c do. Dove School Crayons, 12 odors In box, with patent wood holder, regularly Bo, for. 3c Dove Sohest Criyons, 28 colera In ' round wiod tsw, regularly sold at 10c, for Bo eaoh Premier Cork Tipped and Pneu matlo Rubber Grip Pen Holders, always 6c, for 3o each Reversible Pen and Pencil .Holders In fancy designs, regularly Be, for . , i 3o each Stafford's Universal Blaok Writing Ink, Bo kind for e each Stafford's Universal Writing Ink, 3 ounce size, regularly -10o, for 8c Manila Pads, the official kind, made , from extra quality paper,. 4o each CITY NOTICES. COMMITTEE OX ABATEMENT OF TAXES. . . The Committee on Abatement or Taxes, of the Board of Aldermen. wiU lold a public hearing in Rooms 10-11, City hall, on Thursday, September o, 1907. at 8 o'clock p. m., for the consid eration of the following petitions: Petitions of First Ecclesiastical soci ety of Fair Haven, Baldwin C. Dudly, Mary Rogers, Est. George H. Schleicher. Annie T. Miller, Patrick Carey, Nelson P. Smith, Hannah Mannix. Albert H. Barclay, trustee ill bankruptcy for John X Mero, Albert, li. Barclay, trustee for Florence R. Miller, Julia Dargan. Uoffe street Special school; Ward Church, idm. of estate of John Benson; rAiza. beth Bessler; Thomas H. Fulton; Cath erine Franklin; Hannah Kean; Cather ine Callahan; Aduie B. Brocket; Mrs. P, X. Hotchkiss; Edward M. Armstrong, receiver for C. Brook & Smith Carriage Co.; Anthohv & Scov'ille; L,udwig Wolf; Vlbert IBuslhsky; Margaret and Dennis Spillame and Frank S. Taylor, Kate O'Malley for abatement of taxes, as sessments, Hens and interest. All persons interested in the forego ing are herebv notified to be present ind be heard thereon without further notice. Per order: SAMUEL J. NATHANSON, Attest: A. OSWALD PALLMAN, Asst. City Clerk. 3ta31s3,4 , TRAVELERS' GUIDE. JJeitYalJc 4 m., White Ri;:cd paper, Pads, super quality 4o each Oakwood Tablets, plain, three sizes, In ruled and 4o eaoh Students' Note Book at 3c, Be and 7o each Standard Steel School Pens, ' So doz. Best Quality Blotters,' 3o dot 12-lnoh Hard Wood Rulers, , ' So each Too Late for Classification. N.OTICE TO CONTRACTORS. SEALED PROPOSALS will be re ceived by the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Hamden, Conn., until one p. m., of September 17, 1907, for about twelve hundred feet of a section of road In' the town of. Hamden In accord ance with the plans and specifications Approved by the state highway commis sioner. Bids Shall state the price per linear foot for finished road complete; the town through Its selectmen and the state highway commissioner reserve the right to Increase or decrease the num ber or loot to be improved atter tne contract is let. All bids must.be accompanied by a bond of not less than one-third of the cost of the work. Any bidder refuBtng to sign tne contract at tne prices oi- ered and furnish surety company bond or certified check shall be required to forfeit a sum from his bond equal to the difference in price between his bid and the next lowest bidder. Plans and peciflcations .may be examined at th office of the Selectmen at- Hamden. Tihe selectatfn and the state highway commissioner -reserve the rignt to 're iect any and all bids. Dated at iiamuen, conn., September 1B07. ' . ARTHUR E. WOODRCFF, B. HARTLEY MANN, BERNARD J. FITCH, Selectmen, Town ef Hamden. Aug" MO?- For New York '4:2s. 4:4t, o'H 6:5,xB-55,x8:5O,x7:2S,S:0O,x:20 8:4 9:36. M9-52, 10:00, 'lOO, 11:2B. a. m.j f 12:06. 12:12, 1:25. 1:28. JiM, : -3:47, 3:54, Ii4:25, 4:35, 5:10, 5:3oJ lB-40, 6 06, 6:25. (to Bridgeport) t:60 7:0B, 7:b4, "ilBo, a:iu, .u v- t rs 4:23, '4;6, xi:bi). 'o:oa. . :00, 111:60, t2:00, 2:10, 3:B4, 4:3. 6:10. x(!:15 7,64, "iS:6i(. t 9:10, 9:20 p. m. ' i I For VaulB(ttoii vi unriem t, 1:00, p. m., '12:05, night, daily. t I For Boston via Hsrtrora aaa wuim t mantle no : 03 a. m.. '4; 02 p. m. f For Boston via New London one ProvKlemce 2:17, '2:53, 7:47, '119:2s, 111! -S3 a. m., 12:oz, i2:s, 'z:ot, '4:ia, t. 4-60". !l!:38, 6:69 p. m. Sundays 2:lT, , 2-63. 1)11:46 a. m., 12:02. 2:64, 4:00. 116:45, 6:59 p..m. ; - r For Boston via sprmsuem -i:v t 11 06, a. m., 1:42, 6:4S, p. m. eunaays ' l-10, a. m., 1:42, B:43 p. m. j- For iWtfovd, SprluBfleld, Etc. 1.19i t X4-00, 6:35, 7:4b, x9:45. 10:03. 10:4); f 11:06 a. m., xis:oo, i -1.14, , i 4-02. x6:00, '5:43, M, (to Hartford) f 7:10, x8:06 9:B0, 11-.06, P- ra. Bunda.yi '1:1J, xj:wo, xnoui 7-m. irS 06. x9:S0 D. m.. i?o iwr London. Ktc IT, 'SiBil T.i7 o.ik II(-SS. 11:07. Ill:88,a. io o9. '112-38. 2:64. S3:00, 3:05,i4:0!i ' ' .i' . ' ft md.Bi R.tn e,i (lo'Sn-ybrook). 10:00 P- . Sun2?JB; io.17 a-R3. K:52. 11:45 a. m., 12:3 ..--'-ma 1 -i-.n . w 2:54. 4:51'. ib:o. -:? Mli1.ll.fAnl). w lllllNnnmr, rv. J-lr, a m . 12:BS. 6:33.. 110 TrorceniB ami Fltnhbursr), b:6t P- m. Duiiuaju- 7-20 n. tyi. t For SnellmrnM m. mw--i 12 20 (to New Hartford), 4:01, 5:64 (t Westfield) P- m. - . .. i. ..J For Wiitermiry o:os, e:vv, . M a m cirr ft i 1 A '11. An r n't a. m., 12:i, z:bi, o: jo. i n:... s- Sundays 8:30, li:iu a. m.. :'" m'For Wlnsted 6:68, 9:40 a. m..J12:lP 2:35, 5:25, 7:4) p. m. Sundays 8:30 e m- 6: P-P- . . . .. For Flttuneio ana mcrniFiimw: -3:55 (via Brtdamport), 9:35 a.- 8 2:00, 4:10 p. m. Sundays 8:00 a. m. f For Lltcimeio w.so a. m...o-j-. S4;10, A5;00 p. m. Sundays 8:00 f. m. . - . .- For roUBlikoensile B z:00, ao:u I m. ' ' ' ' . t For1 Tievr YorK nn Bnngeport am Steamer 7:23 a. m. Sundays 7:65 t m. ''.. . f I (Expresa trains, a eaturaays oniy. f i ' tlParlor car limited. . i M Mondays only. A except Baturaay; xLocal express. O. M. SHFPARD, F. E. COLBY. Gen. sunt. . Asst. uen. rass. ab X Mrs. R. G.i "Wil lard ''at Central ave nue, Milford, have returned home. Dr. and Mrs. Anthony . Peck of Satihem street, Norwich, have come to Money Island, for a short stay. ,' Mr. and Mrs. Aistedees H. Bristol of Upper Broad street, Milford, 'entertain ed Mrs. Mary Strople, Miss Charlotte Stropte, Mrs. Herbert Olding, Mrs. Tho mas Bromley, all of Hartford, and Miss Fra,ncls Reynolds of Bridgeport, yes terday. AH who were present were orjglnally natives of Nova Scotia and intimate friends of Mrs. Bristol, Miss Agnes L..- OeMouth of No. 3 Bellevue street, Hartford, Is spending her vacation at New Haven and points near this city. . Mr, and Mrs. . B. Lv iParmelee and fanllly of George street have returned from a stay of several weeks in Gosh en. . Mrs. Benjamin W. Bacon and B. Sei dell Bacon of New Haven, are guests of Mrs, Bacon's parents, Gen. and Mrs. William A. Aiken, of Washington street, Norwich. Attorney and Mrs. Carl Mears with their daughter will leave New Haven ' to-day for Northford, Maine, where they will spend a part of their vaca tion. Later the family will visit in Clifton, Mass., which is a delightful re sort. Mr. Mears will he away three weeks. Mrs. Nlles and Miss Bertha Niles, wife and daughter of Attorney William PI Niles, left this city yesterday for a short vacation to be spent with Mrs. Joseph Williams, of Cambridge, Mass. Miss Niles is a student at Smith college and Is well known socially. Attorney Edward W. Lynch of this city has resumed his law practice after two weeks' vaeaNon at Lake Waura maug, in Litchfield county. Mr. Lynch has enjoyed his respite very much and is equipped with a new store of vital ity and zeal for his wdfk. Rpv. Harold Pattison. pastor of the First Bantist church of Hartford, and Mrs. Pattison. who have been abroad, are expected' back to-day.- They will go to Rochester, N. T., to attend the wedding of Mr. Pattison's sister before going to Hartford, and they will return to that city the last of the week. Rev. Mr. Pattison's father, deceased, was a former prominent New Haven Baptist pastor. Mlsis Bertha Warner of California Street, West Haven, has returned from . Maine, where she has been enjoying a vacation Vith a party of girl friends. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Buckley of New Haven are visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Medbery of Bloom held. Mrs. William Goodwin and daugh ter, Miss Effle Goodman of Hartford, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Medbry Monday. , , The New Britain physicians who have foimied a club went to Lake Corn pounce yesterday and held a dinner at the resort. , , Mrs. C. K. Bcccher has returr-!l from Bantam lake where she has b:en spend ing several weeks. Mrs. Eliza Schroder, who has been employed in the Nepuiae mills, Mood us, for thirty-six years, has now csncluded hqr labors there, having the unique record of having been in continuous emplov for that period with the cor poration and baving had no vacation during the entire thirty-six years. She has been a reslfient of the village for the greater part of her life. Mr. Harry Hart of 34 Thompson street will spend his week's vacation in Providence nd New York. Winnie Wallace, telegraph operator at West Haven, is visiting his parents in Suffleld. White Star Line NEW Y0RK-QUEEMST0WN-L1VERP03L Baltic, Sept. B. I Arabic, Sept. 20. Cedrle, Sept, 12. I r.ltle, Oft R. Celtic, Sept. III. I'tedric Oct. 10. PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURG-SOUTHAMPTON Mnjestlc. Sept. 4, 10 a. m.j Oct. 2. - Adrlatie, Sept. li, 7;HU n. m. Oct. . Teutonic, Sept. IS, 10 a. m.i Oct. 16. Oceanic. Sept. 25, 8 a. m.i Oct. 23 IINew, 25,000 tons; has elevator, Gym nasium, Turkish uatns. 'Band. BOSTON-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL Fnrt Tirln Screw Mall Steazuera. of 11.400 to 15.800 tons. CYMRIC, Sept. 11, 12:30 p. m.) Oct. 0. REPUBLIC, Sept. 25 1 p. m. . MEDITERRANEAN da AZORES ;. 1 From New York i "rUTCTIC. Sept. 20, noonj lVov. 7, Dec. 11 REPUBLIC, Oct. 2-1, 3 p. ni.) Nov. 30. From Boxtoni v nOMVXIC, Sept. 14, 3 p. m.( Oct. 20, CANOI'IC, Oft. 5, 0 n. in., Nov. 10. for plans, etc., apply to Company' OHlvc. W HroudtmjY N. V. or 34 State St.. India Building, Boston, or to Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church street. Bishop A CO., lin orange street ; j. ti. farinn a Co., 6 Crane; tret. New Havn, m25 mwt lhnPAnr New Haven Lin Fo5 New York, th3 South an! ... . - n 1 J fl West, tares Heaur.aj. i irr...,i Nw Have j.eave ceuo daily, except Mondays, j. u. ". ay t.ov v. ,ft From1 JNew lorit--iJoavt! "-.a Vlver, foot fee, unp, w .1 m . Srnidav 9:30 a. m., foot Bast 2 WABi, Aava fl n. Tn,. Sundays 10 m. Time between. New: H9Y",HmVM vnrV nhmit five hours. Tickets! a i stateroom at Bisnop jo. s, iou at oin Bt Belle Dock and on steam rsh-rraorc fl. Black. Agent, New naves F. C. COLEY, Gen. Pass Agent' N. Y STRAMBR RICHAltn PECK Mi.f.!:il Schciliilc tnr Labor Day. rri,. Richard Peck will make the regular trip from New t ven to New York at 1 o'clock Tuesd morning, September 3,-tout instead w leave J?ew Haven on Labor day, Bel Itember 2. at 4:30 in the afternoon, i Booklovers Take Notice A Clearance Sale of Fine Editions of " Standard Authors at Greatly reduced prices List on Application EDWIN C. HILL COMPANY Publishers and Importer 437 Fifth Avenne, New York. Mrs. Mary A.Klarman has sent out Invito rlnns for the weddlm ahd recen- tlon of her dausr'uter, Miss Christine Marie Klarman. to Mr. A. W. Newson rf Tlrnnlrlvtl fin Rent. 11. onri'Mra. T.. R. GrisWold of Tor ring-ton have returned from a visit, with ivioniia In Spvmour and New Haven.. Mrs. Lucv Lake Tuttle and Miss May C Gill of 1464 Boulevard have Just re turned from a trip to the Massachu .Ail. ".illla hv trnllev.- The weddi'nsr of Gilbert Kelsey ot Thompson avenue and Miss Jennie Tay lor nf nroftklvn. N. Y.. was quietly sol nmnWnri ski the narsonaee in East Ha ven bv the Rev. D. J. Clark Friday evenlne-. the couple departing immedl ntiv for a shore' honeymoon, and on their return will reside in East Haven. Mrs. Kelsey is a. sister of Mrs. Leland Thnmnnr.n. and is oulte wen Known, and her many friends will ffladly wel come her as a permanent resident among them. WHITE MOUNTAINS, $2Q.C Tour leavinrr Monday, Sept. lt, S turning Sept. 21. , . ,, j Six days trjp -wun iiceuiiiiiioiin.v ot tine .Hinoiftir noiei, rciiiicii..i, v at the Park View Hotel, $16.50. wh nior. incinrtea ride to the flume. Be n(ima. nnrlv Jamestown Exposition, $34.1 Tours leaving Aionaays, isepi. n- Oct. 14-28.. . . : w.-u.I Six days' trips, stopping ai nwiuj ton, one nay accommoaauons ui rMj Comfort Tavern at via runu nnd includes admission to the .txpiif ti0For descriptive circulars call on! address if The Rscreat'ort Tourist Csmi 185 Oranitc St.,- New linren, tonn. ! FRENCH LINE.I Comwacnle Gcnernle TrnnRatlnutiiff Direot Line to HAVRE PARIS, Frai i, Saillngr every thuksuax, 10 a. rn From Pier 42, North River, New York. La Lorraine.. v-SepI La Savoie Bept.f Ta Provence Sept j La Lnrrntne Bept4 La Savoie .................. . .Oct? La Provence Oct Twin-screw steamers. a Extra SiillliiKK. La. Gascogne Sept. 14, 3 pjj La, Bretagne ...Sept. 27, 3 pM Apply to French Line, IB State St., N or sweezey & .neisey, us unuron Bishop uo., isa uranse St., Parish & Co.. 86 Orange St. MAniSE RECORD. Port of New Haven. GENERAL SHIPPING NEWS. wow York. Sent. 3. Arrived. steam oro famunip Livemool and Queens town: Kronnrlnz Wilhelm, Bremen BfYiiihnmntnn and Cherbourg. Sailed, steamer-Kaiser AVilhelm I. Bremen via Plymouth and Cherbourg; Mrtitiro and Genoa. Lizard. Sept. 3. steamer uceanio. New York for Plymouth, Cherbourg and Southampton, 239 miles west at 6:45 a. m.; will probably reach Ply mouth 9 p. m Antwerp, Sept. 3. Arrived, steamer Fin'"r1. New ..York via Dover. C '.'.ci-bourg, Sept. 2. Arrived, steamer Kaiser Wilheim der Grosso, New York via Plymouth- for Bremen (and . n ceeded). New York. Brow Hend, Sept. 3. Steamer Deutschland, New York for Plymouth, Cherbourg and Hamburg, 220 ' miles Southwest at 12:45 p. m.i will probably reach Plymouth 3 a. m. Wednesday. Boulogne, Aug. 31. Sailed, steamer Nieuw Amsterdam (from Rotterdam), New York. Gibraltar, Sept. 2. Passed, steamer re d'ltalia, Genoa for New York. jiamburg-Jtmerical Twin Screw Passenger Serv FbiMuuTn-i-ncjKnuuiui-HAiBHH Kalperin ..Sept. 5 I .P.LIncoln.Scpl Patricia ..Sept. ii I Oceana ScpH Bluecher Sept. 12 Amerlka..Sept! Among special features of these II sela are: Grill Room, Gvmnasl Palm Garden, RItz-Carlton Restaurf TOURIST BUREAU. " if El. R. Tickets, hotel accommodatl V id general inlorniation uttout fornf travel. 4 Traveler's Checks, good all over world. J iLMinURG-AMKRICAW LINE, 3B-8T Rrondway, W. Y. I Bweezeir & Kalcey. 102 Church 8t,f Zunder & Son, 249 Stato St.: J. H. 1 lh & Co.,, 8$ Orange street.; Biaho Co. IIS Oranae 8t: H. BusBman. Orange St h Starln'sN.Y.&N.H.U iA!Li' liXClliP'i' 8AXUKilAX.il PASSNG1R ANi FRIiiGUT SfiUtV; Leaves New Haven 8:00 p. m., St; Pier, foot ot Brown Street tfi New TorK : p. m., uoruanii n Pier No. 13, N. R. Fare "c, exouit tickets J1.25. Rooms $1. Take Cj 1 etreet oare to Brewery Street, t C H. FISHKR. Ai Baw BavM, Ci NEW LONDOX M.VRIMi NOTES. Now London. Sept. 3. Arrived: Sch: Montauk- Steamboat Co.'s L iMew London and Green h Shelter Island and Sag Harbor, Loni Steamer "Nantaskef leaves New don, weelt days, 10:00 a. m., 4:10 i Leaves Sag Harbor 6:00 a. m.. 12:80 William L. Eikins, Dixoo York for eastern sort. from New MIfs Dorothy Baldwin has retuj to Bristol from JNew naven, wnci i, .nnt the nast summer and continue her school course in Bris Miss Margaret iVKuctyit-y ui j llott surtet leaves this week for a with her sister, Mrs. Edward M. i.f New York. She will also se ti tockaway.