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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL 'AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1907.
EDUCATIONAL.
Twenty-fourth Year.
Y. M. C A. BUILDING.
. 152 Temple Street.
Sidney Perlln Butler, President.
IS LINCOLN ST.
Private tuition for girls and young
omen. Individual instruction in
lathematics.
Lessons resumed Thursday, Sept, 26.
HOTELS' AMD SUMMER RESORTS.
135-137 SK' TEMPLE ST.
High Class
GERMAN RESTAURANT
OPENS
Thurs., Sept. 4
. D. BEIil) . . . , . ProprletM
fOTEL Garde
Opposite Union Depot,
NEW HAVEN. CONN.
Connecticut's Largest Hotel
PARK AVENUE HOTEL
Park Ave. (4th Are.) S2d to 83d St.
New York.
no of the coolest hotels In Now York
City. All modern ImnrnvATHAntn.
location central, convenient to all
piacea or amusement ana lines 01
travel.
jpen-alr concerts every evening In the
Court Garden
ith Its palms, fountains and growing
plants a unique feature of the hotel.
EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY.
RATES MODERATE.
Dining-room, restaurant and cafe,
eals a la carte. Illustrated booklet.
Jib-nay station and Eleotrto Cars at
the Hotel door.
. A. REED & E. BARNETT, Proprietors.
CHEESE AND CHAMPAGNE.
live Mansfield the Keenest of Appe
tites at Different Times.
"It was years ago," Richard Mans
ld once said, "when I was starving
pre or less, " In - London. I had
fetched the pleasant condition of hav-
had nothing to eat that day, and
ving my last shilling in my pocket.
hvas walking along looking some-
at covetously into the windows of
various coffee houses and pastry
ops I passed, when I suddenly came
on a friend of mine, a vagabond
e myself, but apparently just then
much better luck. He was gorge-'
ly arrayed In all the black and
lte splendor of evening clothes. He
d a dinner Invitation, he explained,
Lord Cavendish's or some place of
it sort; we'd go in somewhere and
jve a little something on the
ength of It. .
We went into one of those Bodega
ces that are scattered all over
ndon, where you get a very decent
ss of champagne, on draught, for
pence. They always have a huge
ese about, you know, from which
can help yourself, which is about
nearest approach to the free lunch
t they have over there. Well, we
ked into the cheese, or at least I
iw I did, and we had our glass of
impagne each. Now, I don't know
ether you know it or not, but
re is probably not a mixture in the
rid that is surer to create a hunger
n cheese and champagne. I hadn't
ded a hunger for I had a huge one
acly, but after that cheese and
mpagne I felt a positive gnawing.
as mentally gloating over the still
's worth of food I would go "forth
E feast on, when my friend, shuf-
3, his hands nervously from pocket
ocket; turned to me and said:
I am awfully sorry, old man, but
em to have leftmy pocketbook at
Sny P
n to
lie. If you happen to have a shil-
about you'
And I had the satisfaction of pay
out my last shilling for that hun-
raising cheese and champagne."
his sort of matches another when
isfield, thaugh a mere boy, was
ing the leading role in a tragedy
he last scene of which he was
ngled. Sometimes, however, the
rwhO was to stimulate strangling
became too " realistic. Several
s he nearly incapacitated the
clpal player for finishing his great
e. It came to such a pass that
tic measures had to be taken. One
liing, in the greenroom, Mansfield
d up to the muscular player who
to strangle him. The latter
d a strange addition to Mans
's costume. Instead of the collar
of lace it was his wont to wear,
id about his neck was a leather
1 thickly studded with prongs.
Ivnd what is that for?" he asked.
h, that?" replied Mansfield, with
rising inflection and a smile in his
; "that is merely a trifle, a mere
to defer the colectlon of my life
ranee. Most inconveniently the
thy condition of my neck and my
at is necessary for the pursuance
ly profession and the earning of
dally bread."
e other actor saw the point and
igized. Mansfield took off the
r and never after suffered at his
lanion player's hands in the big
Boston Transcript.
EDUCATIONAL.
Day and Evening.
Annual attendance over 400
pupils. A standard Bchool for
Individual instruction in all the
commercial branches.
In session day and evening
throughout the year, pupils en
tering at any time when vacan
cies exist.
MISS MARY E. JOHNSTON'S
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
Reopens on Thursday, September 19.
Secondary, Primary and Kindergarten,
College Preparation.
PIANO AND FLETCHER METHOD.
a3018t
THIS SPACE
Belongs to ' "
MITCHELL
Ton All
KNOW WHAT HE SELLS
REAL ESTATEJBAHSACTIONS
DEEDS AS RECORDED
Quit Claims, Warrantees,
Mortgages and Per
mits Issued.
The following real estate transactions
were recorded in the town clerk's office
yesterday.
QT.Tr CLAIMS.
Simon J. Hugo to Frederic C. Can
non, land with buildings, George street
43 feet. , ;
Herietta E. Whitney ! to Edwin J.
Toof, land with buildings George St.,
57 feet.
Gretchen V. (Beck to Katherine Cal
lahan, land with buildings, East St.,
feet.
Andrew Moorhead et al, to Charles
E,
Brown, land with buildings, Lom-
bard street 36 feet.
WARRANTEES.
Oliver E. Maltby. 'et al, to Freder
ick W. Storey, and', Grannls street, 32
feet. ': '
Hayes G. Trowbridee et al.. tn nr.
man P. Chuckai, land, Columbus ave.,
w reet. .... .
Carl p. Jensen to Maedn sinhnion
land with buildings, Porter street, 35
reet.
Carl P. Jensen to Peter Sloholem,
land with buildings, Porter street, 35
feet. ' .
Edwin 8. Greeley to Harriet A. c.n.
rey, land, Temple street, 20 feet.
lanza k. .Fabor to William L. Wil
liams, land with buildings, ParmeleR
street, 100 feet.
William L. Williams to CWls w
Pabor, land with buildings, Parmelee
avenue, iw raeet.
Eliza R. Pabor to Wm. S Williams,
land, Parmelee' street, 42 feet.
William L. Williams to Chnrioa w
Pabor et ux, land. Parmelee street. i-.
feet.
H. iRensrs. Jr.. to Board nf BMu.'siM
land with buildings, Winchester ave
nue, -15 reet.
Henrietta E. Casnar to iRnard nf
Education, land, Winchester avenue,
152 feet.
James J. Hovt to Board of Frliirn-
tlon, land, Winchester avenue, 152 ft.
Second National Bank to New VnrV.
Hen Haven & Hartford railroad com
pany, land with buildings. Chanel St..
60 feet, 7 inches.
John J. Howard et ux. to Mever
Botwick et al, land, Arch street, 35
feet.
Edwin J. Toof to The New TTnven
Gas Light Co., land in rear of lot of
grantee on George street.
John E.s Thompson to Frederick W.
Donelly, land with buildings. Atwater
street, 34 feet. -
MORTGAGES.
Meyer Botwick et al. to James W.
Harvard, landv Arch street. 3S feet
$150.
Frederick W. Storv to Wlllln n
H. Reeves, land with buildings, Gran-
niss street, 32 feet, $200.
Katherine Callahan to William rr
Schugerman, land with buildings,
East street, 30 feet, $1,500.
ADMINISTRATOR'S DEED.
John P. Weir. adm. est. Christina
Weir, to Philip Holzman, land, iRose
street, 30 feet, $300.
APPROPRIATION RECORD.
R&TOlution making appropriation
completion of lArmory for Troop A.
uavairy jia.uuu.
Only One "BROMO ttUIXINE"
That is LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine.
Similarly named remedies sometimes
deceive. The first and original Cold
Tablpt Is a WHITE Pirein.u
black and red .letting, and bears the
Biimiurtt oi 13.. vv. IjKUVUi. ZOC,
LOSES TWO FINGERS.
Employe In Jewett City Factory Nap-
rowly Escapes Serious Injury.
Jewett City, Sept. 3. Annie Mnran-
sky, a Polish woman, emdoved in th
spooling department of a local factory,
lost two lingers by having her hand
caught in a spooler this afternoon.
She had a narrow escaoe from ,irr
serious Injury.
CAMP NO. 4, P. O. OF A.
cans, will have a whist at Music hall
on Friday afternoon. Sept. 6, at S
o'clock, and after the game refresh
ments Will he RPrvprt Tn k B,Tnnt
the regular meeting will be held.
MISS nOUS GETS
COURT POSITION
Will Do Clerical Work in Mr.
. Gallagher's Office at
$1,000 a Year.
CASES IN THE CITY COURT
Busy Time Before Judge Bry
ant in the Borough of
West Haven.
Under the law passed by the last
legislature, Clerk of the Superior
Court John Currier Gallagher yester
day, on his return from a vacation on
the Great Lakes, appointed Miss Alice
H.Thomas stenographer in the court's
office under a salary of $1,000 a year.
Miss Thomas Is one of the foremost
stenographers of the city and has long
been identified with legal work as
stenographer to Coroner Mix and
State Attorney Williams in the crlmli
nal investigations. She will therefore
be perfectly familiar with all the rou
tine of the court office. ' '
On account of the already over
crowded condition of the local court
building, to provide an office for the
stenographer the judges' room adjoin
ing the clerk's office has been fitted
up for her use. Of late the Judges
have been too busy to occupy the
room very much, and have always
used the retiring room next to the
court proper. The office with its new
fittings is an excellent one. The leg
islature in its bill appropriated $1,200
a year for the position, and the differ
ence is to be used for supplies.
ADMINISTRATOR NAMED.
In the probate , court yesterday
morning Burton J. Dibble was ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Frederick Botsford Dibble. There
was no opposition.
IN THE CITY COURT.
Donati Permnrchia, charged with
assault with Intent to kill; was before
the city court yesterday morning and
Judge Tyner bound him over to the
next term of the superior court undof
a bond of $500.
Early yesterday morning as Carmen
Altleri, of 100 Commerce street, was
walking toward his home on Congress
avenue, he claimed that Donati came
up to him and asked him who he was
looking for. Carmerf did not know
the man and replied that he was go
ing home.
Carmen then asked the man what
he wanted, and he says that Donati
drew an ugly-looking knife and cut a
big gash in his (Carmen's) face. A
colored man came along about this
time and held Donati until he was
placed under arrest, The .name of the
Colored man is not known. Dr. Spier
attended the wounded 'man and took
several stitches in his face.
Carmen said that he could riot ac
count for Donati's action, as ho had
never ee'n the man before and had
not had any wordsywith him..
Peter Markris, nineteen years old,
was before Judge Tyner in the city
court yesterday morning charged with
breach of the peace on George Draln
ous, of 86 Church street, and the case
went over until September 10. The
case was before the court Monday
morning, but the complainant failed to
appear, so a capius was Issued and on
this Drainous was fined $1 and costs
yesterday.
Arthur Rleger, fourteen years old,
and Joseph Russell, flftefcn years old,
were charged with stealing a bicycle
belonging to Vincenzo RIcharM, of 125
Carlisle street, and the cases went
over until September 30, nisi, under
the care of the probation officer.
David Rubensteln was fined $1 and
costs of $7.96 for stealing $2 and two
theater tickets belonging to Samuel
Romanoff, of 99 Washington avenue.
Judgment was suspended on a charge
of drunkenness against Bridget Hlg
glns. James J. Kane was fined $10 and
costs for resisting Officer John F.
Kerrigan, and he was also sent to jail
for sixty days on a charge of being a
common drunkard. . ,
Victor Piaszik, of 23 1-2 Silver
street, was fined $2 and costs for com
mitting a breach of the peace on his
Wife, Veronica.
Francis Butler, charged with com
mitting a breach of the peace on his
wife, Jane, had his case continued un
til September 30, nisi, under the care
of the probation officer. ' The couple
live at 63 Poplar street, i
A charge of idleness against Ber
nard J. McGarty was continued until
September 7.
WEST HAVEN COURT.
Judge Bryant and Prosecuting At
torney C. K. Bush had a busy session
in the West Haven borough court
yesterday morning as the result of the
Labor day round-up, and the town
treasury was considerably enriched
by the stiff fines paid by the law
breakers. Felix Wilson, employed at th'e Sea
View hotel as a waiter, was up before
his honor oh charges of assault with
intent to kill. His case was continued
until to-day under bonds of $300. He
is accused by another colored gentle
man, named Newman, with reckless
slashing. Newman claims that Wil
son whipped out a knife and carved
his face, also cut him about the body.
Wilson, on the other hand, asserts
that Newman pulled a carving knife
on him and he was but defending
himself from the assault.
Sven Nelson, of Waterbury, admit
ted that he was brimful of third-rail
whiskey, and did not hesitate to pay
the imposed fine of $1 and officers'
fees.
Robert Duncan, a well known Sav
in Rock bartender, was arrested for
knocking down a man giving the
name of Kollig, breaking his Jaw.
Duncan had his case continued under
$300 bonds. The trial will take place
next Tuesday, when it can be better
determined as to the actual extent of
Kollig's injuries. The last named Is
In the hospital.
Thomas Cornln and John Moriarty
engaged in a red-hot dispute, which
ended with a fight. Both had been
drinking and pleaded guilty on those
grounds. They paid fines of $5 each
and costs.
70a INCREASEJN SCHOOLS
SUPT. BEEDE'S ESTIMATE
Half-Day Sessions Will be Held
in Two Districts 22,000
Scholars in All.
From advices received from all the
school principals of the city, Superin
tendent. Beede is enabled to estimate a
total attendance of 22,000 children in
the public schools a week from yes
terday, when the fall term begins.
This Is about 700 more than were reg
istered last spring. In spite of this
increase, he says that there: will be
less congestion than there was a year
ago.
'Additional accommodations have
been provided during the past year,
and after a preliminary survey of the
situation Superintendent Beede has
made arrangements for. overflows in
two districts. These are Woosterand
Cedar streets. The rush of first-year
pupils in these two districts will be so
great that the primary grades will be
divided into two squads. One half
will go to school In the forenoon and
the other half in the afternoon. - To
meet the crowded conditions at Woos
ter school the superintendent has had
a portable" school building, formerly
used on Greenwich avehue, transfer
red to Wooster street and set up in
the school yard. This will accommo
date about forty children.
The superintendent is not sure yet
whether the eondltionsMn the Horace
Day district will warrant the opening
of a temporary schoolhouse there to
take in all first-year pupils. He has
received word that there Js going to
be a big rush of beginners, and if
there is demand for it the board of
education will hire a store or a dwell
ing house and hold school sessions, so
that no child Will be turned away.
A new two-room building for school
purposes has just been finished at
Barnes and Quinniplac' avenues, in
the annex, and this will be opened for
the first time next Tuesday, It will
take in pupils who live up North
Quinniplac avenue way and will re
lieve crowded conditions in the Quin
niplac school, which belongs to the
Strong district.
Several teachers have handed In
their resignations almost on the eve
of the opening, but Superintendent
Beede has a list of candidates waiting
to be appointed by the board.
Examinations will be held at the
high school at 9 o'clock to-morrow
and Friday for all candidates for ad
mission to the high school who failed
to pass into the high school from the
grammar school last June upon the
recommendation of IMS - grammar
school principals. Others who tried
the exams last June and failed to get
75 per cent, but did get 60 per cent.,
will be given another trial on the ex
amination days this week. ,
long wait on Switch.
Nangatnck Not Pleasejjlth rrcsent
Arrangement.
A New Haven party en route from
Waterbury to New Haven, Saturday,
heartily endorses the following as a
long, tedious wait in Naugatuck on
the trolley line. The article t helow,
from the Watertmry America
of a ten minutes' wait as the maximum
Dut on Saturday the .djey was half
an hour, in waking ori the switch for
tho up car. At Is was delightful weath
er the delay was taken good naturedly,
but the passengers of whom thpm wb
about fifty, became rather impatient
Deiore the hells finally struck to pro
ceed. The Naugatuck article reads:
"Naugatuck people who patronize the
trolley line between here and Water
bury are Ibegmnlng to realize the in
VinVenlence of having the Main street
turnout so far from the center of the
borough, for the south-bound cars
which are due here at seven minutes
before the hour and 24 minute's after,
Invariably have to wait on the switch
for the arrival of the through car from
the south. The delay In reaching Ma
ple street may not be more than (wo
or three minutes, but It is sometimes
five and even ten before the New Ha
ven car appears and passengers for
Naugatuck have the choice of waiting
patiently until the north-bound car has
passed, or of walking several hundred
yards to Maple street. The walk In
good weather may be good exercise for
the young, but people more advanced
in years do not take kindly to it, es
pecially when Uife'weather is unfavor
able. Winter Is approaching and ivvith
it comes snow and-Ice which will in
terfere more or less With the schedr
ule time of the trolley runs, and it Is
safe to predict that by the time the
winter Is over, the majority of the trol
ley traveling public will have had
about enough of having tho nearest
switch from the Center located nearly
a quarter of a mile from the heart of
the town."
ANOTHER RESIGNS.
French Member Off International Pol
icyholders' Committee.
New York, Sept. 3. Leopold MabJl
leau, a Frenech member of Internation
al policyholders committee, has resign
ed from that committee. Mr. MabiUeau
says that he became a member of the
committee solely in the interest of the
French policy-holders and that he . re
tired therefrom in view of the fact that
the policyholders by vote had endorsed
the administration tickets of the mutu
al life insurance company and the New
York Life Insurance company, and that
the latter cempany had complied -with
the French law requiring a deposit of
the reserve on the French policies with
the government.
CAPTAIN GUILTY OF NEGLI
GENCE. Norfolk-, Va.. Sept. 8. Captain I. P.
Freeman, of the Savannah-Baltimore
Hner Allegheny, which was burned at
sea July 17, was to-day found guilty
by Supervising Inspector of Steam Ves
sels Oast, of the chpjrge of negligence,
and lack of skill, Because this is the
first accident against Captain Free
man's record and no life was lost, his
license Is suspended only for ninety
days.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
FOR SALE.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
five cents a word for a full week, seven
times.
FOR SALE Boarding house, good loca-
nuu, bevtn ruoiiis, ten ouus ana imm,
good furniture; reason sickness. In
quire 729 State street. a26 7t
FOR SALE 1,000 ret Patent . Stove
oncK, tuvcrj sei warmnien one yenr.
Orders received 703 STATE BTBEET.
AUCTION SALE.
One cent a word for each insertion,
five cents a word for a full week, sevea
times.
It. D. MALLOTtT,
AUCTIONEER and Appraiser, 1123
Chapel St Telephone 2360. House
hold goods a specialty. .a4 tf
B0ATS
One cent a word for each insertion,
fivo cents a word for a full week, seven
times.
LAUNCHES and sail boats insured.
Frank H. Mason, 82 Church stroet,
Room 3. Tel. 1417. . a24 4w
LEGAL NOTICES.
District of New Haven, ss. Probate
Court, Sentember 3. 1907.
ESTATE OF ISABELLA HUTCHINSON,
late of New Haven, in said District,
deceased.
The Administrator having exhibited
his administration account with said
estate to this Court for allowance, and
made application for the ascertainment
of the heirs of said deceased, It is
ORDERED, That the 12th day of Sep
tember, 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 .application, and
that notice of the time and place of
said hearing be given by publishing
tills order throe times in some news
paper having a circulation in said Dis
trict. By the Court.
JOHN L GILSON. Clerk.
c4 3t
REAL ESTATE.
FOR RENT.
In West Haven A large house con
taining twenty-four rooms nicely lo
cated near the car line. v
Judson Q Hauff,
Room 402. 902 Chaos! St.
FOR SALE.
A desirable one family house, Owlght
streot south of Chapei
J. O. PXTND35RFORD,
1H CHURCH STRBBT.
Building Lots at Morris Cove
Shore Fronts and Five Cent Fare.
Cash or time payments and a liberal
diiipnnnt to Bntlders. -,
Buy of the owner.
EDWARD M. CLARK,
39 Church Street
lioom 301. ''
FIREMEN'S FUND INSURANCE CO.,
ot Snn FranHnco, CM.
CANNON, MORSE & CO., 792 Chapel St.
(AntomobllA Insurance.)
This company issues a new form of
"Full Valued" policy covering all types
of Automobiles, including damage to
the Automobile Insured caused by col
liton with any stationary or moving
object.
SALUfART CHECK GIVEN
TO BLACK HUNDREDS
Odessa Bankers Threaten
Suspend All Financial
Business.
to
Odessa, Sept. 3. A salutary cheek
was given to the reactionary Black
Hundred gangs by the closing of the
grain bourse and the threat of the
bankers to suspend financial transac
tions as a protest against the anti-sem-Itic
outrages of September 2, when
three men were killed and from fifty
to sixty wounded. The disorders of
last February were followed by similar
steps, and financial transctions were
then practically suspended.
A deputation of exporters called on
the governor general to-day and- de
manded that the authorities take ac
tion against the rioters, saying If they
did not the exporters will leave Rus
sia. '
The governor general assured the
deputation that the police officials
would suppress the raids of the Black
Hands, and this, coupled with to-day's
tranquility, has somewhat reassured
the Inhabitants of the cltv.
RELIEF CORPS MEETING.
Tho Woman's Relief corps of Ad
miral Foote post will hold their first
regular meeting for the coming season
this afternoon at their rooms in Music
hall oa Court street
CARM.VNIA BEATS HER RECORD.
New York, Sept. 3. The Cunard line
steamer Carmania, which arrived toT
day from Liverpool and Queenstown,
came over the short route in six days,
seven hours and eight minutes, beating
her own record by two hours and 44
minutes, and that of her sister ship,
the Caronia over an hour. Her aver
age speed was 1S.04 knots. Fine weath
er prevailed through the passage.
HEltB IS RELIEF FOR WOMEN.
If you have pains in the back, Uri
nary, Bladder or Kidney trouble and
want a certain, pleiis.mt herb cure for
Women's Ills try Mother Gray's "AV9
TH.U.I AN-LEAF." It la a safe monthly
regulator, and cur1? all Female Weak
nesses. Including inflammation and ul
cerations. Motner Grays Australian
Lent is sold by Druggists or sent by
mail for 50c. Sample sent FREE. Ad
dress, The Mother Gray Co., Le Roy,
iJ. Y.
JJS?MiE.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
five cents a word for a full week, seven
times. -
v
WANTED An experienced man for
butter, cheese and egg department.
S. S. Adams, State and Court st
- , slit
WANTED Boy to fun errands and
make litnmelf useful; grocery store.
95 Greene st; s4 It
WANTED Four (4) bright active
newsboys to sell morning papers. A
good offer for the right boys. Apply
In person to William C. Graves, Jour
nal and Courier office, No. 400 State
street Saturday morning at 10 ft. m.
a28 4t
WANTED FOR V. 8. ARMY.
ABLE-BODIED unmarried men, be
tween ages 21 and 35; citizens of
United States, of good character and
temperate habits, who ran speak,
read and write English. Apply Re
cruiting Officer, 890 Chapel Street,
New Haven; 766 Main street, Hart
ford; 1022 Main tftreet, Bridgeport;
183 Bank street, Waterbury, Conn.
519 tf
JIBJPJft
One cent 6 word for each insertion,
five cents a word for a full week, seven
times.
WANTED Girl for general housework
for family of two. No washing; good
salary. Al references. Call No. 193
Lawrence street. s4 It
WANTET WOMAN to do work by day,
washing and Ironing. Apply Speck,
671 Beach et. West Haven. s4 It .
WANTED Reliable- woman as flrst
class waitress or care for gentleman's
apartments; good references. Address
134 Spring st. S4 2t
WANTED Experienced steel stitchers;
also experienced sewing machine op
erators. Apply Strouso, Adler & Co.,
60 Court st. s4 6t
WANTED Girls to work on power
presses. Apply Strouse, Adler & Co.,
60 Court St. s4 6t
FOR RENT.
One cent a word for each insertion,
five cents a word for a full week, seven
times.
SIX ROOMS AND BATH. Apply 872
Grand Ave.
FOR RENT No. 68 Prospect street, 12
rooms, modern conveniences , $37.60
per montK Apply at 28 College St.
631 7t
FOR RENT Small cotta-ge at Morris'
Cove. Inquire 305 Townsend avenue.
Telephone 6195-2; aSl 7t
FURNISHED ROOMS.
WARNER HALL, 1044 CHAPEL ST.,
FOR TRANSIENTS AND PERMA-
NENTS. CENTRAL LOCATION. MOD
ERN EQUIPMENTS. CONTINUOUS
ELEVATOR. WELL BUILT BUILD
ING. REASONABLE PRICES SE
CURE EARLY RESERVATIONS FOR
WINTER SEASON. s4 7t
REAL ESTATE.
Wit
EIGHTH WARD
A large fifteen-room house
of the good old style, with
generous hall in center and
rooms on either side. Is In
the very best of repair; locat
ed within five minutes' walk
of Chapel street, on a deep
lot, with stable having en
trance on another street.
280 Blatchley Ave. 1
Two family House
and Barn. Bath and
other modern im
provements. FOR SALE.
A new six family house, finished
July 1; all occupied;, has five good
rooms and separate hall for each ten
ement, Pays ten per cent on $10,800.
Bargain price, $9,500.
MOOREHEAD & DONNELLY.
S3 Church Street. Room 20,
TO LET
Rooms tot tot, building 424 State
tree, cor. Coarfa Goat light, steaiy
norrer, frctuht elevator, and heat.
Specially equipped for light maaa.
factnrtas;. Ipse to suit tenants, ttr
n term of years. Apply to
Ben. R. English
839 Chapel St.
WANTED.
OnA cut A TxrnrA f r.v ....... ,.
five cents a word for a full week, seven
times.
WANTED Copy of Upton's Revised
Tactics. Stats price. Address U. R.,
Journal and Courier office. a24 7t
JONES SCLECT. EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY. 23 Church street. Telephone
1401-12 connections. Largest Agency,
male and female help supplied for
mercantlls and domestlo service for
any and all kinds of work. Sent any
where. Open evenings.
ALL good help should call here, , We
supply all the beat places and always
need large numbers. Sleamftn'n Re
liable Employment Agency, 763 Chap,
el. Open evenings. ml tf
LOST.
On a run r a wnnii n ak iKt..
five cents a word for a full week, seven
times.
LOST At Savin Rock, plain gold chain
bracelet. Reward for return to Mgr.
Speck, White City.
EDUCATIONAL.
MR. FREDERICK WELD will engugs
uie services oi a limited number or
good gingers for a chorus choir.
Voices tried at 139 Orange 6t.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
'Phone 3027-4 for mattress work, fea
ther renovating or for particulars
about Cotton's "Kno-tuf" Felt Mat
tress, best bed on earth. Mattresses
made from old feather beds. Folding
Mattress Co., Goffe street. ' ,
SLEEMAN'S RELIABLE EMPLOY
MENT AGENCY, 763 Chapel St., es
tablished 20 years. Largest, best in
the State. Best mala and femala help
for any and all kinds of work. Sent
anywhere. Ocen evenlnes. Tel. 1423.
POLITICAL NOTICES-
In accordance with Rule 6 of tha
Democratic Party governing Direct
Primaries, nomination papers for any
city or town office must be filed Iwth
the Chairman o the Democratic Town
Committee on or before Thursday, Sep
tember 5, 1907, and further:
Rule 7 There shall be a ptibllo r
ing of the Democratic Town Com iteo
at Democratic Headquarters on vlday
evening, August 29, 1907, at whlcil time
the legitimate expenses for -said Dem
ocratic Primaries shall bo appportlon
ed among the oandldatrs.
H. M. SANFORD, Chairman.
T. C. Brackln, Secretary.
Notice Is hereby given to all of the
Electors of tha Town Of Orange that
there will be a meeting of the Eleotors
Of said Town held at the Orange Town
Hall In, the borough of West Haven,
for the first voting district; and at the
High School building at Orange Cen
ter for the second voting district, ! on
Thursday the 5th day of Septomber,
1907, for the purpose of voting by bal
lot upon an act entitled, "An act In
corporating the City of Orange," which
act wag passed by the General Aasera-.
bly of this State at Its January session,
1907. . -
At said meeting the ballot box will
be open for the rocSptlon of votes from
8 o'clock in the forenoon until B o'clock
in the afternoon.
At said meeting those Electors who
are In favor of approving said act will
give In their ballot with the word "Yes"
written or printed thereon, And those
Electors who are opposed to approving
said act will give in their ballots with
the- word "No" written or printed'
thereon. Said ballot will be furnished
by the Selectmen.
Dated at Orange this 27th day of
August, 1907.
WALTER A. MAIN,
ELFORD O. RUSSELL,
JOSEPH W. GRANNISS,
a30 6t Selectmen.
REAL ESTATE.
West Haven
Building Lots
Prices range from $3.09 to $8.00 a
front foot Size of lot to suit pur.
chase'r.
il. V. RICHARDS,
Real Estate Broker
141 Oranga 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
k g: hoadixy;
noom 314 Wnshtnstoa Bolldiaa
39 CHURCH STREET.
Open Evenings.
FOR SALE.
Two houses, large fine
lot on good street. Will
pay good interest. Also
several good building lots,
two quite central, at a low
price, .
H. J.1 STEVENS,
90 Grand Ave.
Souvenir
and Post Cards
J. A. If dee's
030 Chapel Street.;
OASTOIISA.

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