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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1S07.
EDUCATIONAL Twenty-fourth Tear. . rUfw mm T. M. C. A. BUILDING. 152 Temple Street. Sidney Perlln Butler, President. HISS MARY E. JOHNSTON'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 'Reopens oh Thursday, September 19. iecondnry, Primary nnl Kindergarten, College Preparation. PIANO AND FLETCHER METHOD. a30 18t HOTELS 135-137 S TEMPLE ST. HIGH CLASS GERMAN RESTAURANT Imported Beers a Specialty. Business Men's Noon Lunch 50 Cents. Private Dining Rooms. Su D.,BELIi Proprietor Hotel Garde Opposite Union Depot, 1 NEW HAVEN. CONN. I Connecticut's Largest Hotel GALEN HALL. Hotel and Sanatorium, Atlantic City. Elegant stone, brick and steel build ing. Always Open. Always Ready. Always Busy. PARK AVENUE HOTEL Park Ave. (4th Ave.) 32d to 33d St. New York. One of the coolest hotels In Now 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 reature or the hotel. EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY. RATES MODERATE. Dining-room, restaurant and cafe. Meals a la carte. Illustrated booklet, Subway Station and Electric Cnra nt tbe Hotel door. F. X REED & E. BARNETT, Proprietors. THIS SPACE Belong to MITCHELL ' Yon All WHAT HE SELLS NANTUCKET WINS POINT. page Against Automoblllsts to be Tried on Its Merits. . Fall River, Mass., Sept., 9. The town of Nantucket has won the first legal fight against the use of automo biles on the island, through the de cision by Judge Loring, of the su- ireme court, in dismissing the peti tion of the automobiltsts for an order preventing Judge Moore, of Nantuck- t, from hearing the evidence In the :ase and rendering a decision. The decision of Judge Lorlng was eceived to-day by James M. Swift, of his city, who appeared for the town n the case. The case will be taken up by Judge IMoore and tried on Its merits. The own selectmen are prosecuting cer tain automoblllsts who landed there wo weeks ago and violated the ordi nances against the use of such verit ies at the Island. Mrtrllf.. - -1 iYou should have a r euj.iaiigc, cti7 you couid get your work done and have time to rest. . MlfHlTfflGMlMtCt .... J S V r- ' jf - v 4 is mi in 'ti EDUCATIONAL. S33333 Day and Evening. Annual attendance over 400 pupils. A standard school 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. 32SH3 MISS E. R. NICHOLS x IS LINCOLN ST. Private tuition tor girls and young women. Individual Instruction in Mathematics. Lessons resumed Thursday, Sept, 26. REAL EST ATEJTRAN SftGTl 0 NS DEEDS AS RECORDED Quit Claims, Warrantees, Mortgages and Per mits Issued. The following real estate transac tions were recrrcled in the town clerk's office yesterday: WARRANTEES. John R, Ruff to New Haven City School district, land with buildings, Greene street. Enoch Karris to New Haven City School district land with buildings Greene street, 50 feet. John E. Carey, et ux to New Haven City School district, land with build' ings, Greene street, B0 feet. Harriet S. Cowles to Frank K. Pa van land with buildings, Edgewood avenue, 20 feet. QCTT CLAIMS. Charles F. McNeil to Elizabeth A. Carey, land with buildings, Greene street, 50 feet. William A. Rice to Arthur W. Rice, land. Parmelee avenue, 42 feet. William W. Thomas to William A. Rice, land, Parmelee avenue, 42 feet. Joseph Jannecl to Mariannlna Sullo, land with building?, Summer place, 43 1-2 feet. MORTGAGES. Frank K. Savan to Harriett S. Cowles, land with buildings, Edgewood avenue, 20 feet; consideration $2,400. Emily B. Butler to William H. Hull, land with dwelling, Dwight street, 50 feet; $2,500. RtTLDIXG PERMITS GRANTED. Owner, Max DobazuskI, location, 2I Downes street, frame addition to dwell ing to cost $1,800. . FIRST ALIEN GETS LICENSE. City Clerk Street Gets Fee of $15.25 from Italian. City Clerk Edward A. Street yes terday afternoon Issued a ' hunter's license to the first alien that has not balked at the registration fee of $15.25 since the new law went Into effect. The honor of being the first foreign sportsman in this township thereby goes to Frank Sanlorpio, who, al though he couldn't explain to Mr, Street where he was going to get enough sport out of It to get back his money, was satisfied with his Invest ment. v Mr. Sanlorple stated he was born In Italy and was a soda bottler, and when he had secured his license asked where he could get his citizenship pa pers. He has as yet not secured his first papers although he has been here long enough to do so. After he had paid over hJs money, he Imme diately started to get all that was coming to him In the line of citizen ship, vowing that before he had to get another license he would b3 on the way to paying the rate of $1.10 only required from citizens. In addition to this license Mr. Street yesterday Issued 15 permits to citizens. The rail bird season being, according to reports, very good, evi dently started them. This Is the great est number Issued since the first day the license blanks were received. Says Mrs. Jones .j:." a . ,-m r Why do you spend so much time chopping & wiiMiuiid . nu carrvinff coai ( j out dead tired and you haven't got your dinner things dona yet I ' iusiasaSe ' STATE AGRICULTURAL FAIR LARGE LIST THIS YEAR Thirty on State Board of Agri culture's Schedule of Dates. The state board of agriculture held a short meeting at the capitol at Hart ford recently. It was voted to empow er Colonel James F. Brown of North Stoning'ton, secretary of the board, to arrange for the winter meeting of the board. The list of agricultural fairs to bo held this fall Is made up and Is as fol lows: New London County Norwich, Sept. 10- 11-12. Windham County Brooklyn, Sept. 24-25-28. Berlin Berlin, Sept. 24-27. Chester Chester, Sept. 4. Colchester Grange Colchester, Oct. 3. Danbury Danbury, Oct. 7-12. East Granby East Granby, Oct. Farmington Valley Collinsville, Sept, 11- 12. Granby Granby, Sept. 25-36. Greenfield Country Club Greenfield Hill, Sept. 10-11-12.' Guilford-Guilford, Sept. 25. . Harwlnton Harvvinton, .Oct. 2. Lyme Grange Sept. 18. New Haven County Horticultural Society New Haven, Music Hall, Nov. 8-7-8. New Mllford New Mtlford, Sept. 17-18-19. New London County Horticultural Society Norwich, June, September, November. Orange Orange, Sept. 2-3. Putnam Park Association Putnam, Oct. 9-10. Rockvllle Fair Association Rock, vllle, Sept. 21-2(5. Simsbury Simsbury, Sept. Stafford Springs Stafford Springs, Oct. 1-2-3. Sufflold Suffleld, Oct. 1-2. 'Union (Monroe, etc.) Huntington, Sept. , Union (Somers, 'etc.) Islington, Sept. 13. Waterbury Driving Co. Waterbury, Sept. Wetliersfleld Wethersfield, Sept. 25-20-27. The Horseshoe iPark Agricultural Association Wltlimantlc, Sept. 18-19-21. Woodstock South Woodstock, Sept. Walcott Waleott, Oct. Connecticut (Dairymen's Association, Hartford, Jan. 3d week, 1903. LOCAL EAGLES DO WELL. Degree Team Second nt Norfolk and Many Think Host. That the New Haven Eagles' degree teum should have been awarded the first prize at the national convention of the order at Norfolk Is the opinion of very many Eagles all over the country, who declare Kansas City, the winner, was given the decision through the leaning of the western judges. The work of the New Haven team was generally declared by all observ ers well nigh perfect, , For twenty five minutes the twelve men worked without command or signal, and were applauded and cheered to the echo. Kansas City men worked by aid of a whistle, and were personally fine fel lows, lh this respect alone comparing with the locals. Under command of Sergeant Wil liam G. Dnherty, New Haven was awarded second prize, Kansas City getting first and Fawtucket third hon ors. To-morrow evening tHe local Eagles will give a reception to their degree team and to Martin Gray, who has been elected a grand worthy trustee. WRESTLING IN AFRICA. Lieutenant Boyd Alexander, African explorer, writes of a queer feature of life In the Interior of that Continent: "At Ako I witnessed for the first time the Hausas wrestling. Toward sundown the whole town repairs to the market place, where a large ring is formed. At one side the king and his courtiers are present. The wrest lers are naked except for the short wrestling skirts of cloth, gorgeously patched and ornamented by cowrie shells and tails of the chase. "The wrestling Is carried out to the accompaniment of drums, whoso beat Increases In volume as the match be comes more exciting, great yells of aproval now and again going up from the sea of black heads. The women whom the wrestlers are fighting for cheer them on by a continuous clap ping of hands. Before wrestling, hands are shaken and umpires ap pointed. "In every move the wrestling Is Romano-Greek, and In all probability the mode has come through from Egypt after -the Roman occupation, picked up by the traveling Hausas In the markets and. bazars." Chicago News. PLEADS NOT GCILTT. Mrs. 3. J. Phillips Waives Examina tion on Murder Charge. Cleveland, Sept. 9. Mrs. Charlotte Phillips was to-day arraigned on the charge of killing her husband, J. J. Phillips, a week ago Monday morn ing. She furnished bonds In the sum of $7,500, with William P. Francis, a retired piano dealer, as surety. While the preliminaries of signing the bond were being arranged Mrs. Phillips re mained In an Invalid carriage with the nurse and a physician at her side. Mrs. Phillips feebly pleaded not guilty and fvaived examination. The hear ing was set for September 20. FIRE IN CELLAR OF BLOCK. A small fire In the cellar of the block at 127-137 Congress avenua early yesterday afternoon created a good deal of excitement In that neigh borhood but an alarm from box 13 brought out the fire department and the fire did not get out of the cellar before it was extinguished. There was little damage done by the flames. The building is a three-story tene ment with four stores . on the first floor. FORM NEW FRESHMEN ROW THIS ONE ON GROVE STREET Protest May be Made to Fac ulty Against Students Congregating. Another freshman row is being start ed which bids fair to supplant the old one on Temple street and if the in- oming class congregate there in euch numbers as is anticipated by the pro prietors and as seems sure from the number of students already secured .a lively dispute will arise, Involving the faculty. The new row is being started on Grove street in the brick block be tween Whitney avenue and Orange street, where landlords are turning out occupants by the wholesale to take in freshmen. Many students have al ready been secured. It will be remembered that President Haley and the faculty have by de cree placed a ban on the old freshman row on Temple 6treet and have actual ly put many women out of business who made a living by keeping a house full of freshmen. Now only hree may room in a house, and as no one else can be secured to room in the same house with freshmen the Temple street houseownens' are in a losing game. . It Is expected that the Grove street hcuseowr.ers who ore starting the new freshman row will be subjected to 'a hot cross flro from Temple street, for the former proprietors of the famous row will not -sit by and see a new one established. The faculty of Yale will be appealed to and they will have to enforce tho new rule of only three men to a houso on Grove street. Naturally the Grove street people will oblect,t but if the faculty remalrfs firm, threatening to expel students who live more than three, in a house, the landlords will bo powerless. A MERITED TRIBUTE. (Communicated.) Now Haven schools suffered a great loss by the resignation of Miss Alice E. Reynolds. The Influence of a woman of beautiful character, of high princi ples, and of kindly sympathy over tho teachers and pupils is almost Inestim able, making any mere routine ability as superintendent secondary. Such a woman was Miss Reynolds, though she had also in high degree the gift of lucid Instruction. "To adequately appreciate the sym pathetic as well as the dynamic aspect of her character one should have work ed with and for her. Pew superintend ents can parallel her In respect of keenness, comprehensiveness and trust worthiness of observation; luminous and fruitful scholarship; soundness of reasoning and natural good s?nsc." Commensurate w!h these traits was her sense of public 'fepdnsiblllty. If there ever was a high-minded and a conscientious superintendent, who strove early and late to better our schools and raise the vocation of teach ing to ft high level, that suporlntedent wrs Miss Reynolds. She was amlnently successful because her viewpoint was onenf mutuality; the teachers were looked upon ns one great family in which the uplift of 611 moant the ad vancement of each member. When a spirit of helpfulness is abroad and food cheer and courtesy reign In the lamiiv. mere is raaiatea rrom it wholesome, eenorons kindliness that innkes It "a good place to live In." From our surroundings comes the Joy ot llvlntr ana tne greater our return of good will the greater shall be our reward. How this particular family are to sustain their great lo.qfl, I can't te : but hone "Miss Reynold will find happiness and great prosperity In her new home. I am sure every teacher under Miss ueynoias reit tne contagion of tier character, ana tne upurt ot nor earnest care. They are better teaehera and better women hecause of their as soclatkm with her. The schools are bet ter schools and New Haven a, better city for her service in tne cause of edu cation. We can ill afford to lose her. A TEACHER. REUNION HELD At Fort Hale Park of Descendants of Frank Rcttmnn. A very pleasant outing was held at Ft. Hale park last Saturday in the form of a picnic and reunion of the Connecticut descendants of Frand Red man of Cape Rosier, Maine. Among those present were Captain and Mrs. James K. Mackenzie, Mrs. John Had ley, Mrs. Arthur Mackenzie and daughter Olive, Mr. and Mrs. George Mackenzie and family, Mrs. Charles French and sons, Mrs. Hurlburt and daughter, Mrs. Silas Tallmage and nieces, Mrs. Hugh Redman and eon Alton, Mrs. Frank Collins and sons, Ell and Edward, and Miss Alice Had ley, all of New Haven; 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hitchcock, air. and Mrs. Ches ter Grover and family, Laura Manson of East. Haven, Mrs. Fred J. Mathle of Noroton, Everett Redman of Cas tine, Maine. After dinner bathing, etc., a fat woman's race took place, which was won by Mrs. Mathls. Mrs. Hurl burt won the thin woman's race. The girls' races consisted of rolling and running races, won by Elizabeth (Mac kenzie. Late in the afternoon the party left for the White City. lA'vote of thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds of Morris Cove was extended for their kindness for doing so much to render the event enjoyable. H. J. C. SPERRY FAVORS SUB-STATION. Congressman Sperry, in a talk with Postmaster Howarth yesterday, is re ported to have favored the petition which has been raised for the estab lishing of a new postal sub-station in tho Fifth and Sixth wards. The needs of the locality are being considered, and the congressman Is said to have favored Its establishment. FIHEMEX'S FUXD INSURANCE nt Snn Pnndsoo. re I CO. CANNON. MORSE & CO., 793 Chapel ISt. (Aiitomobil lumiruBcc.) TMa enmnnrtV lSfltlfiS A nav farm Of 'v.. ii r..l. i.Oi..r nm.w;... ii of Automobiles, including damage to IIIC AUiu'nuwtic viiuouii uy Col lision with any stationary or movme -.VI 1 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 tion; seven rooms, ten peas ana Dam; good furniture; reason sickness. In quire 729 Slate street. a20 7t FOR SALE 1,000 ret Patent Stsva line, juvcry aet warmntert on year. Orders recired 783 STATE STREET. AUCTION SALE. One cent a word for each insertion. five oents a word for a full week, seven times. R. B. MALLORT, AUCTIONEER and Appraiser, 1123 cnapei et. Telephone zsso. mousb hold goods a specialty. s4 tf AUCTION SALE OF PEAL ESTATE. The underslcned will offer for salo at public auction (for and on account of Edwin p, Dow, Administrator C. T. A. Estate Edwin R. Whiting), the uiree- story double brick nouses, os. 207 and 209 Dixwell avenue, corner of Gregory street. Sale will be held on the premises, rain or shine, Tuesday morning-, Soptembor 10, at 10 o'clock. icrms maoe Known ai lima or sais. EDWARD C. I3EECHER, ; s5 Ct Real Estate Auctioneer. One cent a word for each Insertion, fivo cents a word for a full woek, seven times. WANTED Light, flat bottom, 12-foot row boat. Velephone 49-4, Guilford, Conn. 66 7t LAUNCHES and sail boats insured. Frank H. Mason, 82 Church street, Room 3. Tel. 1417. a24 4w FOR RENT Two connecting rooms, well furnished, with use of 'phone. Suitable for two persons. Central and reasonable. Inquire 85 Sachem st. s5 7t WARNER HALL, 3 014 CHAPEL ST., FOR TRANSIENTS AND PERMA NBNTS. CENTRAL LOCATION. MOD ERN EQUIPMENTS. CONTINUOUS ELEVATOR. WELL BUILT BUILD INO. REASONABLE PRICES SE CURE EARLY RESERVATIONS FOR WINTER SEASON. s4 7t Dlst. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, September 9, 1907. ESTATE OF ELIZABETH A. ELD, late of New Haven, In said District, de censed. The Trustee having exhibited his final account with said estato to this Court for allowance, it Is ORDERED, That the 17th day of September, 1,907, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at a Court of Probate to be held ot New Haven, in said District, be appointed for a.' hearing on the allow ance of said account, und thut notice of the time and place of said bearing be given by publishing this order three times in soma newspaper having a cir culation in said (District. By the Court. JOHN L. GHSON, slO 3t Clerk. Dlst. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, September 9, 19.17. ESTATE OF JOHN L. FRANKLIN, lata of Buffalo. N. Y., owning property in said District, deceased. The Executrix having made written application for an order authorizing aod empowering her to sol1 and convey certain real estate of said deceased, as by said application on file In this Court more fully appears, It is ORDERED, That said application bo heard and determined at a Court Of Probata to he held at New Haven, In said District, on tho loth day of Sep tember, 1907, at ten o'clock In the fore noon, and that public notiocof the pen dency of said application, and of the time and place of tho hearing thoreon, be given by publishing this order three times In some newspaper having a cir culation In said District. By the Court. JOHN L GILSON. slOlt Clerk. Dlst. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, Sopt. 9, 1907. ESTATE OF SARAH D. TROWBRIDGE, late of New Haven, In said Dlstriet, deceased. The Administrator having exhibited his administration account with said estate to this Court, for allowance, It it) ORDERED, That the 17th day of Sep tember, 1907, at ten o'clock in the fore noon, at a Court of Probate to bo held at New Haven, in said District, be ap pointed for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and that notice of tho time and place of said hearing be giv en by publishing this order three tlmeB In some newspaper having a circulation in said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GTLSON, slO 3t , Clerk. Dlst. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, September 5, 1907. ESTATE OF GEORGlfi HKNRT BURK- ETT, late of New Haven, in said Dis trict, deceased. The Administrator havrng exhibited his administration account with said estate to this Court for allowance, it Is ORDERED, That the 12th day of Sep tember, 1907, at ten o'clock In the fore noon, at a CouKt of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said District, be ap' pointed for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and that notice of the time and place of said hearing be given by publishing this order three times In some newspaper having a circulation in said District. By the Court. JOHN L GnION. s9 3t Clerk. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. SEALED PROPOSALS will be re ceived by the Board of Seleotmen of the Town of Hotndeti. Conn., until one p. m., of Soptember 17, 1907, for two sections of road in the town of Ham den, in accordance with the plans and specifications approved by the state highway commissioner. Bids shall state the price per llnea-c foot for finished road complete; the town through Its selectmen ami the state highway commissioner reserve the right to Inoreasa or decrease the num ber of feet to be Improved after the contract is let. All bids must be accompanied by a bond of not less than one-third of tha cosl of the work. Any bidder refusing to sign the contract at the prices of fered and furnish sursty company bond or certitied check shall be required to forfeit a sum from his bond equal to tha difference In price between his bid and the next lowest bidder. Plans and specifications may be examined at the office of the Selectmen at Hamden. The selectmen and the state highway coninilsHluuer rf servo liic iigui m re ject any and ail bids. lntoci at Hamden, Conn., September 3, 1907. ARTHUR E. WOODRUFF, B. HARTLEY MANN. BERNARD J. FITCH, Selectmen, Town of Hamden. Jeffrey A. Stone of Danbury, who was In New York Untventty lust yeaf, has left that Institution W enter the Sheffield Scientific school of Yale Uni versity, and has corns to New Haven for that purpose. SSI One cent a word for each Insertion. five cents a word for a full week, seven times. WANTED Four (4) bright active newsboys to sell morning papers. A good offer for tho right boys. Anply In person to William C. Graves, Jour nal and Courier office, No. 400 State street Saturday morning at 10 a. m. a2S 4t WAJVTBD FOR V. S. AKMT. ABLE-BODIED ' unmarried meo, be tween ages zi ana so; citizens oi United Slates, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Apply R crultlnar Officer, 890 Chapel Street, New" Haven; 766 Main street, Hart ford: 1023 Mala street, Bridgeport; 199 Bank street, Waterbury. Conn. J19tf JJEjWAim One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. THE Gamble-Desmond Co. wants flrst- ciass milliner's piaKer wno can aiso trim hats. Good salary. s!8 2t THE GamMe-Dssmond CO. wante flrst- oiass saleswoman tor iaae depart ment. Good salary. Permanent posi tion. 610 2t WANTED Woman, Swedish or Gor man, competent jtor pnorm uuuso work. Apply at Tt Rearl st. sS 2t WANTED Experienced steel stitchers; also ex,pwkncd sewlnar machine op erators. Apply Strouse, Adler & Co., 60 Court t. s4 6t WANTED Girls to work on power presses. Apply Strouse, Adler & Co., GO Court st. 84 dt SITUAT WANTED Situation by . experienced Swedish girl, to do laundry work in private family. Call at S3 Beach at. S5 2t $ITW One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word fer a full week, seven times. , - COOK, white male, wants situation in private family or Institute. Krei meyer, 122 Commerce street! city. slOlt FOR RENT. One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full Week, seven times. FOR RENT Pleasant central apart .ment, suitable for gentleman and wife, or three adults. Inquire 606 State street. s9 3t FOR RENT New store, fixtures and two living rooms; desirable for any Business. 1D4 rarK si., rvesi rtaven. 65 7t REAL ESTATE. TO LEASE for a term of years, forty room hotel (unfurnished), right at the business, automobile and trolley center . of Mlddletown (population 22,000). Mlddletown Is county eeirt and trade center of Middlesex county. Very favorable terms will be made with reuaDlo ana competent party. Walter C. Jones, Middletownv Conn. ; 89 2t 1 mmm EIGHTH WARD A large flfteen-room house of the good old style, with generous hall in center and rooms oh 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. Two 'family House and Barn. Bath and other modern im provements. THE OLD GALPIN STORE FOR SALE The Oldest Stove, Plumbing and Heating Business In New Haven. Lo cated over thirty years at 860 Slate street. Select trade. Will be sold with stock, fixtures and lease at a bargain if sold at once. Good reasons for sell ing. MHEHEA9 & DONNELLY, S3 Church Street. Room ZtV NEW HAVE??. MEETING OF STATE BOARD. For Examination and Registration of Xui'ses. The Connecticut Board of Exam- i ; . 1 WANTED. J nvft cents a worrf for a Pull w..i, ... t times. i JONES SELECT EMPI.OTTWurwr AGENCY, 28 Church street Telephono connections, largest Agency, male and female help supplied for' mercantile and domestla service for i any and all kinds of work. Sent any where. Open erenfnars. ALL Brood help should call here. W i upmy an tne oest places and always i need large numbers. Elseman's Re- i liable Employment Agency, 7B3 Chap- I el. Open evenings. mlltf .1 LOST. i LOST Between Rye, New York, and now uivon oetween s ena o80 a, m. Sunday, a red canvas ttunk with preen cover. Reward for' return ta The Holoomb company, 106 Goffe street., .9 it EDUCATIONAL MR. FREDERICK WELD will engag-e Voices tried fit 139 Orange St. ANNOUNCEMENTS:'' 'Phone 3027-4 for mattress work, fea- tner renovating or ror particulars about Cotton's "Kno-tuf" Qelt Mat tress, best bed on earth. Mattresses raaiie from old feather beds. Foldin Mattress Co.. Gffe street. SLEEMAN'S RELIABLE EMPLOY- I MUiNT AU1SW,'K, 788 chapel St., es- i tabllshed 20 years. Largest, best la : tho State. Best male and female help i for any and all kinds of work. Sent 1 anywhere. Ocen evenlncs, TeL 1483. j JiUSINES An examination of the premlunvraies and Guaranteed Values of the Taome Life Insurance Company's "Endowment at 80" ill convince you that you. can not dO' better. Ask to see a snfirflmnn Euyeno A. Callahan. General Agent, ss REAL ESTATE. West Haven Building Lots Prices range from $3.90 to J8.00 j front foot Size of lot t suit pur-, i chaser. ; ti V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orango St TO LET ' Ilooms top floor, bntldlns 424 State : treet, cr. Court. Good light, steady ; power, freight elevator, aad heat. Specially equipped for light nuii fncturiaff. Space to rait teaaate, tot n term of year, Apply ) Ben, R. English 839 Chapel SrV j FOR SALE. Two very desirable central houses, . having every Improvement . Sltuatlo excellent for a physician's office. Money to loan In sums ta suit l; g: hoadley: Room 214 WashtagtoB BalldlBK ( . SO CHURCH STREET. Open Evening. ., . ( FOR SALE. Two houses, large final lot on good street. Will pay good interest. Alsoj several good building lots,'j two quite central, at a low I price. H. J. STEVENS, 90 Grand Avcjj FOR SALE. A desirable one family bous, Dwight ; treet south of ChapeL I J. c, ptjnderfordJ U CHURCH STtlBlET, ; SUMMER HOTEL PROPERTY FOB SALE f Located at one of the popular country j resorts only one hour's ride from New Haven. House accommodates about 10! guests, and is now in full operation.' Caters to the best patronage. Tw acres of land and larg-e stables witt twenty stalls. Judson Hauff, Roam 402. 902 Chapol St-' Building Lets at Warns Cove Shore Frata and Frre Ceat Fair. Cash or time payments and a liberal dlneonat ia Bulldera. Buy of the owner. j EDWARD M. CLARK, 39 Chursh Street Room 301. lnatiou and Registration of Nurse:' will meet October 8. at 10 o'clock a, m at the office of the secretary, 14 1 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. , R. I. AIsBAUOH, Ser