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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1807.
SEES X KELLER'S TEMPTING j FURNITURE VALUES. I Quartered Oak Buffet, $13.75. This Is an excep tional value from our new Fall stocK. Madia of fine solid oak. highly finished, has divided upper drawer one side lined for sil verware, French plate mirror. A bargain at ((13.73. Full line of new fall styles to select from. J k r.. - C, ",1 liiiiii Solid Oak Chiffoniers, $4.98. This Is a plain, well constructed and well finished Chif fonier of five drawers that do hot stick and bind. Another lot at 8.50, a special price; solid oak, finely finished, has five drawers with divided upper drawer, French plate mirror. Great Variety of Iron Beds. An excellent assortment 01 ine newest siyies in wen ount Iron Beds to select from. ' There's not an old style in the lot, and we consider, the prices below regular market value. Pa'rlor Rockers, $3.25. Parlor Rockers, made of solid oak and imita tion mahogany, new styles, easy and com fortable to sit in, and jnade for service.' Splen did values at $3.25. At the same price we are showing a choice lot of Parlor Chairs in oak and mahogany; just the thing you've wanted, and price low; only $3.25. NEW EDUCATIONAL ' V. M. C. A. BOTLmUG. 152 Tempi Street. Sidney rerim tinner, rrmiucuu MISS MARY. E. JOHNSTON'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Reopens on Thursday, September 19. Secondary, Primary and Kindergarten, College Preparation. PIANO AND FLETCHER METHOD. aSOlSt HOTELS AND 135-137 TEMPLE ST. i HIGH CLASS 1 GERMAN RESTAURANT Imported Beers a Specialty. Business Men'8 Noon Iiunch 50 Cents. 1 Private Dining Rooms. A. D. BELL Proprietor Hotel Garde Opposite . Union NEW HAVEN. Depot, CONN. .Connecticut s Largest Hotel Dinner 12-2:15, 50 Cents. FRANZ MILCKE VIOLINIST Will Resume Instruction Sept, 24, Insurance Building, Rooms 43-44. KEY FITTING Gun and Locksmitbing. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO ! 68 Center St., E. H. Basset!, Mgr, Dressers, $9.75. Fine Solid Oak Dressers in the new est designs; a choice of square or oval French plate mirror. You'll not find Its equal at our special price, $9.75, any where. This one gives you an idea of our entire lino they are all priced very low, considering the quality. 4 Solid China Closets are not a lux ury at this price, and these are handsome enough to adorn an elaborate dining room. Made of fine solid oak, finely finish ed, has round ends, and con structed to -last a lifetime. They're Just. the sort to please you. j Our' full line is ready for fall, so you must be sure to Include Keller's In your fur niture shopping tour. LINE OF RICHMOND RANGES. FURNITURE 363 STATE STREET. NO CONNECTION WITH ANY pTHER EDUCATIONAL Day and Evening. Annual attendance , over 400 pupils. A standard ''school for Individual Instruction la all the commercial nrancnes. In session day and 'evening throughout the year, pupils tering at any time when vacan- e!e axint. MISS E. R. NICHOLS 18 LINCOLN ST. Private tuition for girls and young women. Individual Instruction In Mathematics. Lessons resumed Thursday, Sept, 26. RESTAURANTS. PARK AVENUE HOTEL Park Ave. (4th Are.) 82d to 33d St. New York. One of the coolest hotels in New York City. All modern Improvement!. Location central, convenient to all places ol amusement and lines of travel. Open-air concerts every evening in the Court Garden with Its palms, fountains and growing - plants a unique reature ot trie hotel. EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY. RATES MODERATE. Dining-room, restaurant and cafe. Meals a la carte. Illustrated booklet. Subway Station and Electrlo Can at the Bote! door. F. A. REED & E. BARNETT, Proprietors. GALEN HALL. Hotel and Sanatorium, Atlantic City. Elegant stone, brick and steel build ing. ' Always Open. Always Ready. Always Busy. IS IT ENJOYABLE? uo yon iiKc to net other people with defective teeth? Do yon not think others would he na dlatresr-ed II youra were that wayt Now don't let them get beyond the help of a;oud dentlat. . If one of yonr teeth I mUsIng, have u bridge the apace Tilth one that la the an me color, shape and slse of th natural one. PHILft. DENTAL ROOMS, 781 CHAPEL ST. Open Evening. ' I J' J 4- Oak China Closets, $15.50. STORE. ' ,' REAL ESTATEJRANSACTIONS DEEDS AS RECORDED Quit Claims, Warrantees, Mortgages and Per mits . Issued. The . following real estate transao tions were recorded In ittie town clerk's 6fflce yesterday: , - , ; 4 .. , j- Ql'IT CLAIMS. Charles E. Brown to William Mc- Orath, land, Ward street, 89 feet. Pasquale Valente et ol. to Max Price, land, Goffe street, 39 feet, 6 Inches. Jams O. Evans to lAlbert 'Wt Mat toon, land, Winthrop avenue, 31 feet. Albert W. Mattoon to Mary J. Evans, Jand, "Winthrop avenue, 31 feet. Gustavus Twiss to "William T. anann and Louise Beckroann, Cedar street, 30 feet. Beck land,, MORTGAGES. John Chrlstwian to Emma R. Dam bacher, land, Dixwell avenue, 30 feet. WARRANTEES. John O'Neil to Herbert C. Town send, land, Lamb,erton street, SO feet. Adolphua Cult to Mary Ann Hicks, land, Davis street. 56 teet. Rocco Petrlllo et al. to Joseph Ian nuwcl, land, Greenwood street, 30 feet. Charles H. Nichols to E-ldza. A. Nich ols, land, Edschill road, 60 feet. Eliza A. Nichols to Minnie B. Nich ols, land, Edgrehlll road, 60 feet. Anna C. Franklin to John L. Frank lin, land, Clark street, 29 feet. BUILDIXG PERMITS GRANTED. Owner, C. H. Munson, Lilac street, frame dwelling; $2,400.' Owner,. Ferdinand Wagner, 214 Peck Btreet, frame building, store and dwell ing; $2,500. Owner, Leopold Braun, Howard' ave nue, interior alterations, enlarging store; $400. Owners, W. N. and Frederick Par ker, 385 State street, repairs after Are; $5,600. Owner, James Donahue, Grand ave nue, frame shed boat house; $200. NORTHFIELD BARN BURNED. Struck by Lightning During Heavy Thunder Storm. Northfield, tsept. us. During the severe thunder storm of Saturday night the barn belonging to Mrs. Phoebe M. Bunstead was struck by lightning and burned. About two tons of hay, the property of H. B. Peck, were destroyed In the burning building. A quantity of lumber, a horse and numerous chickens were saved. At one time Mrs. Btinstead'a resi dence anl near-b shed were In Im minent danger of catching fire, and these were saved by heroic efforts fin the part of neighbors. Only a par tial insurance was carried . "on the property. The barn was struck about 6:30 o'clock. , INVITATIONS IS JOIN tie mmm Pin Prominent Men Invited to Take Part in the Trip to Jamestown. TO MAKE GOOD SHOWING Plan is to Start, on Sunday, Oc tober 13, in Special Train cf Pullmans. On behalf of Governor Woodruff, and" at his reqifest, Major John Q. Tilson, of this city, Is extending in vitations to a number of prominent men throughout the state to become members of his party on the trip to the Jamestown exposition during the week including Connecticut day at the exposition, in October. ' At the opening of the exposition in April about a hundred representative citizens of the state accompanied the governor on the trip and made such a creditable showing for Connecticut that the governor is very ; denlroua of having a plmllar party accompany him on the present trip., He be lieves that there are a number of men living in all parts of the state who would be glad to take part In thus representing the state on an official occasion, and Who would enjny such a trip with a congenial party. It is now planned to start on Sunday, October 13, on a special train of Pull man cars, go all rail via Washington, and return same route, stopping over one clay In Washington on the return trip, being ono Juat a week. Rooms have been engaged for ft party of one hundred at the Hotel Chamberlain at Old Point Comfort, across Hampton Ronds for the exposition grounds, and a boat has been secured for the purpose of carrying the party back and forth and about the vicinity, as desired. The entire party are invited 'to all the func- tijis to be attended by the governor. and .will accompany him on all ofiieinl occasions as his special guests. It Is desired that all members of the party wear frock coats and silk hats, and If convenient take dress suits for evening reception. It is expected that a num ber of ladles will accompany members of the party. It Is estimated by one who has maao most of the arrangements for the trip that the total cost of the entire trip. exclusive of meals wlillo at the ex tlon, will not exceed $50. This incl xposl- cludes transportation and Pullman car fares both ways, all menls en route, first class hotel acommodations at Old Po nt com fort and in Washington, and admission to the exposition grounds while there. An account of all Joint expenses will be kept, the total prbratfd among the memhers oi tne party, and Dins sent for same after retarnlny home. Accept ances enouia ds lent as eariy possi ble, and not later tnau October l. to Charles E. Julln, executive secretary. in order that final arrangements may be perfected. In case you have a friend whom yon would like.to have as a mem ber of the party seild in his name, and if there is room, an Invitation will bo sent him. Itinerary and further details as to the final arrangements for the trip will be s&nt later to those who ac cept. NO FOOT GUARD DRILL HELD SPECIAL IS POSTPONED Rough Weather: Prevents Good Attendance and a Smoker is Substituted. A special drill ht preparation for the trip to the Jamestown exposition of tho Foot Guard scheduled for last evening has been postponed until next Monday, Sept. 30, owing to ithe Inclem ency of the -weather. Only a email por lion of the company was present and the gathering ended in a Smoker. The trip for which .the company is preparing, "with the Hartford company starts from New Haven Sunday morn ing, Oct. 13, In private POllmana, In which they journey direct t6 Norfolk, Va, The men will put up at the mag nificent Hotel Chamberlain, directly across Hampton Roads Erom tho ex position grounds. The most important affair planned for the trip js tha review before the governor and his e'taff at the James town exposition on Connecticut day, Wednesday, Oct. 16. Thursday night the party set out for Richmond, whence ' they travel to Washington, where on Saturday even ing the first and second companies tender a banquet at the Arlington ho tel to the governor and his staff. S0UTHINGT0N Sou'thlngton, Sept. 23. The "roll ing mill" whistle blew thla morn ing at 9:30 o'clock on account of a lire in the shop. A flying piece of red hot iron flew from the rolls and lodged In the beams at the top of the bulld og. The team-is are very dusty and Took Are very easily. In short order there were three hoses playing on the blaze and It was soon under control. By the time the firs department ar rived the fire was entirely extlngulsh ad. It did somedamage to the engines and 3n that account the men will be thrown out of work for a few days. The bells rang at 11:30 a. m. for short session In schools on accqunt of the bad weather. Conductor Burr and Motorman See ley say that they were again held up in Milldale Saturday night. Tht, caused the same report to be spread a week ago and nhe people at tho car barn are beginning to think that imagina tion plays an important part in the affair. However, Burr and Seeley managed to awaken the neighborhood by shooting off their revolvers and when a search was made the only live thing In the whole neighborhood was 3. cow In the -pasture. Buir says that a week ago Saturday night a rock was hurled at him and also a Voice said: "I'll get yon yet, Burr." Undoubtedly an officer will ha-in the neighborhood next Saturday night. Oharloa Bushook was arrested yes terday afternoon for using Indecent language on the trolley car. ! He -was repeatedly warned by the conductor to cease his actions, hut. he kept on and hi3 language was abusive. Tba con ductor stopped the car at Officer Mc- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS AUCTION SALE. One cent a word for each insertion. five cents a word for a full week, seven times. n. IS. MALLQIIY, AUCTIONEER and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel St. Telephono 23G0. House hold goods a specialty. a4 tf R. B. MALLORY, Auctioneer, sells at 179 Elm street, (corner Fourth ave nue) West Haven, Wednesday 25 p. m., very nice goods. Hallstand, par lor suite, couch, sideboard, dining ta ble, chairs, Morris chair, bureaus, ta bles, dressing table, chamber furni ture, carpets, draperies, rockers, etc. s24 St R. B. MALLORY, Auctioneer, sells at zoo wnalley avenue, corner urcnara street, Tuesday 10- a. m., nice goods: Parlor suits and odd pieces, bookcases, hall stands, Singer machine drop bead) sideboards, dining table and -chairs, secretary, mantel mirror, couches, rockers, easy chairs, chif foniers, iron bedsteads, tables, dlvaftn, iron couch, chamber furnjture, re frigerator, pictures, etc. This is your chance. for nice pieces. No small wares. 823 2t SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE WANTED A Eltuation doing general housework in a small private family. Inquire 186 Franklin street, side door. 1 824 It LEGAL NOTICES. Dist. of New Haven, ss. Frobate Court. , September 20, 1907. ESTATE OF GEORGE B. BUCKING HAM, late or New Haven, m saia District, deceased. Tho Administratrix havlnr mado written anDllcatlon for an order au thorizing and empowering her to sell and convey certain real estate of said deceased 03 Dy sam application on ine in this Court more fully appears, it Is ORDERED, That fjald application 09 heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 27th day of Sep tember, 1907, nt ten o'clock in the fore noon, and tnat nutinc notice pr tne lendency of said application, ana of he timo and place of the hearing thereon, be elven by publishing this or der three times in gome newspaper hav ing- a circulation in said District. By the le Court. JOHN L. GTXSON. s!3 St Clerk. Dist. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court. September 21. 1907. ESTATE OF JAMES JOHNSTON, 'ate Of NOW Haven, in said District, de ceased. The Administratrix, c.t.a. having ex hibited her administration account with il estate to ths Court for allowance, it is ORDERED, That the' 27th day of September, 1907, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, be appointed for a hearing on the allow-. nnca oi saia account, ana tnat notice of the time and place of said hearing be given by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having 4 cir culation in eaid District. By the Court. JOHN L. GrtSON, s23 3t Clerk. Dist. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, September 18, 19J7. ESTATE OF WIIXIAM H. PENDER, of New Haven, in said District, an inca pable person. -The Conservator having exhibited his account with said estate to this Court for allowance, it ia ORDERED. That the 24th day of September, 1907, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in uaid District, be appointed for a hearing on the allow ance of said account, and that notice of the lime and place of said heating ofl given uy piumsninff tins orner tnree times in some newspaper having a cir culation In said District . By the Court. JOHN I j. GILSON. slOSt Clerk. POLITICAL NOTICES. SPECIAL TOWN MEETING OF THE TOWN OF ORANGE. Notice is hereby. given to all the le gal votefs of the Town of Orange that a'speciHl town meeting will ba held In the Town Hall, In the Borough Of west tiaven, on Tuesday, isoptemDer 24, 1907, at 8 o'clock In the evenintr for the purpose of taking action upon the question of building a public road or section thereof within said town, or of improving the same under the provi sions of Chapter 264 of the Public Acts of this State passed at the January sob-. sion, iimh, entitled -ah jci concerning- the Improvement of Public Roads. And notice is also given that at said meeting the electors of said town will determine by ballot whether any or all of the officials of said town now re quired by law to b elected annually, shall hereafter be elected biennially in accordance with the provisions of Seo tlon I., Chanter 227, of the Public Acts of this State, passed at the January session ,v.ii. entitled "An Act uoncern ing Biennial Elections of Town Olll cers." Dated Orange. September 17, 1907. - WALTER A. MAIN. ELFORD C. .RUSSELL. s!9 fit Selectmen. Cabe's hotuse afid the officer got on. When the car reached the center, the offender was placed under arrest. In court this morning he was discharged On payment of costs. Charles Blatchley was operated upon yesterday afternoon for appendicitis by Dr. Smith of Hartford and Dr. Miller of this place. The patient was report ed as doing well this morning. Eugene (Boyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Boyer' of Hartford, but form erly of this place, has been offered the position of Instructor of pattern-making at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn. Howard Lewis left this morning for New Haven to resume his studies at Tale. Ha is endeavoring to receive a doctor's degree In six years although It Is a seven-years course. Mr. Lewis is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa high standing society at Tale. A black horse belonging to C. D. Awen fell at the corner of "Vermont avenue and Main street, to-Jay. It ! kicked and created quite a disturbance for a short time and then rolled over and died. Raymond Walkley will return to his studies at Tale college to-morrew. William Patterson, who has been vis iting Benjamin Styring left for his home In New Tork yesterday. Mr, Patterson was Styrlrtg's class-mate itt Mt. Hermon school. The power from Bull's Bridge gave out yesterday and the power plant at the "Miildile power station has been put into use. JjELFJVANTED- 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 oTer for the right boys. Apply in person to William C. Graves, Jour nal and Courier office, No. 400 State street Saturday morning at 10 a. m. WAITED FOR V. 8. ARMY. ABLE-BODIED unmarried men, be - tween age3 21 and 35; citizens of United States, of good character ajd temperate habits, who f.an gptak, read and write English. Apply Re cruiting Officer, 890 Chapel Street. New Haven: 755 Main street. Hart ford; I A22 Main street, Bridgeport; 109 Bank utreet, Wateibury. Conn. 319 tf JHELPJVAI One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. WANTED Girls for power presses. Apply Strouse, Adler & Co., 00 Court street. . . , s-24 7t OPERATORS o learn to make rubber goods. Paid while learning. Apply Superintendent's offlce.-Seamless Rub ber Co., Daggett street. e20 3t WANTED Ten younsr ladies of neat appearance to earn $5.05 a day. No caDltal remilred. no money to invest if you are satisfied to work for less than 56. uo don t can. xne Baldwin Press, Willis H. Balwln, proprietor, 31 Crown street. slT 7t FOUND One cent a Word for each insertion. five cents a word for a full Week, seven time. BOAT found. Apply to M. Perrie, 296 Lloyd gtree t. S18 4t FOR RENT. A FOTJR-ROOM flat to a small family oi adults at its a state street. Gas, closet and sink, $12. 819 7t FOR SALE. One cent a word fo? each Insertion. five cents a word for a full week, seven times. BARGAIN Store fixtures, shotv cases, tables shelving electroliers, suitable for milliners, haberdashers, druggists, department stores, jewelers. No. 960 Chanel street, at the desk. sl8 lw FOR SALE 1,000 cat Patent ftove Brtck. Kvrrv et rurmnird ona yecr. Orders received 8 STATE STREET. BOATS AND LAUNCHES. One cent a word for each lnsertlonu five cents a word for a full week, aeven times. LAUNCHES and sail boats Insured. Frank H.' Mason, 82 Church street, Room S. Tel. 141T. a24 w REAL ESTATE. EIGHTH WAR 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. 162:164 Ivy St., 2-Famiiy House, THE OLD GALPIN STORE FOR SALE The Oldest Stave, Plumbing ana Heating Businass la New Haven. Lo cated 0V6t thirty years at 860 State street. Select trade. Will ha sola wlttt StocT. fixtures end lease at 6 birsuln tf enia at enee. Good reasons far rJell fn. , MQOREHEAD & DONNELLY, S2 Cfcurck Street, Rmqi 20, SEW HAVEN. pit WiW(wrthTnHnffiiWlilMs ) r WANTED. One cent a word for earh inrtinn five cents a word for a full times. WANTED regularly, pies such as moth er maae. it you don't make the pies, send receipt. I've got a dollar for the best one. Address "Fie," Journal and Courier office. e23 7t JOJTE9 SELECT EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 23 Church street. Telephone 1401-12 connections. Largest Agroncy, tnaie and female help BUppiled for mercantile and domestic service for any and ell kinds of work. Sent any where. Open eveninfrs. JONES Select Kmp!oyhent Agency, 23 wnurcn street. itiepnone 1401-12, Connecticut's largest agency, oldest and mo3t reliable place in state; mals and female help, all nationalities, supplied for mercantile and domestic service for unv anil nil Irlu;. - work, sent anywher ALL pood help should call here. We onppiy an tne best places and always need large numbers. Sleeman' Re liable Employment. Agency, 7(53 Chap. . Open eveninss. mil tf EDUCATTOA MR. 'FREDERICK WELD will angare u sriviwi ui a, umitca numuer ot food slngors for a oherus choir. Voices tried at 1S9 Orange Et. Phone S027-4 for mattress work. fo. ther renovating or for particulars about Cotton's "Kno-ttif" Felt Mat tress, best bed on earth. Mattresses made from old feather beds. Folding Mattress Co.. Goffe street. ELBE-MAN'S RELIABLE EMPLOT- r.TA."-1' ,3 Uliapel St., es tablished 20 years. Largest, best In the State. Bost male and female help for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Onen evenlnrs. Tel. 1422. REAL ESTATE. West Haven ' Building Lots Prices range from $3.00 to $8.00 a. front foot .Size of lot to suit pur chaser. H V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orango St. Ths Finest Building Lots in Now Haven a Ctisapes " Prices, ' One special tract near Winchester's factory. Buy of the owner. EDWARD M. CLARK, 39 Church Street Washington Building. , TO LET rtooma top floor, ballding 4?A Stnta street, eor. Court. Good HcM, sternly avrer, . freight elevator,- and beat. Specialty ejnlppe4 for llcht nmiM fucturtag. Spaca ta suit tenants, Cat n terra of rear Apply ta . i Ben. R, English. 839 Chapel 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 l: g: hoadle,y: Room 214 Waahlagtoa Bulldljtj;, 39 CHURCH STREET. Open Evenings. FOR SALE. A desirable oaa family house, Dwight street south of Chapel. J. C, PUNDERFCHD, UO CHURCH STIiEET. SURETY BONDS Executed for Administrators, Execu torS, Trustees and all persons holding positions of trust Lowest rates., Judson H liauff, Room 402. S02 Chapel St. Piano Player, Singer, and Attendants for Comique Thea ter. Apply in person to F. G. FISCHER, Poll's Bijou Theater. Souvenir and Bost Cards J. -At. Melee's 930 Chapel Street;