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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1907.
f1 EDUCATIONAL. 4-"H"H"Il4'4it'H"H'4"H'iH.f.ti4J. Twenty-Sv'nrth Tear. T. M. C. A. BUILDING, 132 Temple Street. oiuncy rerun uuuer, rresiucni. MISS MARY E. JOHNSTON'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Reopens on Thursday, September 19. Secondary, Primary and Kindergarten, College Preparation. PIANO AND FLETCHER METHOD. -a30 ISt THE LEIGHTON SCHOOL KINDERGARTEN TRAINING CLASS For Young Women AND SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS EE-OPENS SEFT. 30. 91 GROVE ST. Mrs. A. H. Graves, Principal. New Haven Normal School of Gymnastics Gymnasium, 307 York Street. Day classes for girls and boys levening classes for ladies and men. OPEN OCTOBER 7. SEND FOR CIRCULAR. New Haven Dancing Academy I,. H. NEWMAN, INSTRUCTOR. Waltz, 2-step and 3-step taught for $5. Payment to suit pupils. Be ginners start any time. Office hours: 11-12 a. m. 1-6 and 7-10 p. m. 763 CnAPEL STREET. Over noire A Stetson Stores. GRATUITOUS ADVICE. President Roosevelt can hardly keep track of a the advice handed him by astrologers and others. For instance, last May "Prof." Gustav jffs ' Blsats5ali ii Meyer of Hoboken, predicted that the I President was in line for trouble dur I ing June and July. Meyer culled his Information directly from the stars. According to the seer, who asserted I that he had successfully predicted re- cent Russian troubles, the President I during the two months named should 4 guard against burns, cuts, scalds, J bruises and feverish complaints, plots, 1 schemes and conspiracies; should take particular care pt his eyes and teeth and should provide against peculiar "t accident or trouble with his knees. Go Down In Your Cellar and find out whether your coal bins ar well filled, or other wise. Know already? All right. Just thought we would jog your memory a little that's all. " You know, to sell good, clean coal Is our business. Our 'Phone No. 929. BEST COAL FOR CASH 6.90 Kusker&Schroeder Temporary Office, Room 8, Poll Building, 23 Church St. Upstairs One Flight. Take Elevator. s 1 HOTELS AND 133-137 TEMPLE ST. HIGH CLASS GERMAN RESTAURANT Imported Beers a Specialty. Snslness Men's Noon Lunch 50 Cents, iji Private Dining Rooms. &. D, BELL Proprietor Hotel Garde 1 Opposite Union Depot, NEW HAVE.. CONN. J A' Connecticut's Largest Ho'.el I Dinner 12-2:15, 50 Cents. EDUCATIONAL. Day and Evening. Annual attendance over 400 nnnila. A standard Bchool for Individual Instruction In all tha commercial branches. In session day and evening throughout the year, pupils en tering at any time when vacan- ENGRAVED VISITING CARDS and ADDRESS DIES V. L. WIGHTMAN 101 ORANGE ST. Room 1. 1st Floor. REAL ESTATETRANSACT10NS DEEDS AS RECORDED Quit Claims, Warrantees, Mortgg ages and Per mits Issued, The following real estate transact tions were recorded In the town clerk's office yesterday. ' Mortgages. Albert D. Dunham to Frank A. Stowe land and buildings Hobart street, 45 feet; $1,000. Joseph T. Kollerstrom to John T. Sloan, land and buildings Orange street, CO feet; $1,830. Joseph T. RollerStrom to Henry F. Cook, land and buildings Orange street, 50 feet; $2,370. Bernard P. Henderson to Samuel C. Morehouse, land Dlxwell avenue, 30 feet; $850. Vincent Ferris, et ux,. to the National Savings Bank, land and buildings, St. John street, 40 feet; $700. Henry Fletschman, et ux., to Oliver S. White, land and buildings Grand ave nnue, 29 feet; $3,000. Henry Fleischman, et ux., to Mary E. Dlllion, land nd buildings, Grand ave nue, 29 feet, 8 Inches; $2,375. Warrantees. Samuel C. Morehouse, to Bernard P. Henderson, land Dixwell avenue, 35 feet Amlna Cestaro, to Nicolas Spentore, land and buildings Austin street, B0 feet. ; Lizzie Bogoslan to Mansel S. Vez maean, land and buildings Charles street, 17 feet.. Tora Fresning to Mary D. Ferris, land and buildings St. John street, 40 feet. National Savings Bank to Union Trust Co., land Maltby place, 68 feet. Sarmiel C. Morehouse to Henry W, Mayer, land Dixwell avenue, 85 feet. Frank A. Stowe to Albert R, Dun ham, land and buildings Hobart street, 45 feet. Thomas R. Cotton to Joseph T. Kol luston, land and buildings Orange street, 50 feet. Quit Claims. Marion Bartlett to Thomas R. Catton, land and buildings, Orange street, fifty feet. Frederick S. Ward to the Connecti cut Savings bank, land and bulldinga, Putnam street. 33 ft. Azro L. P. Brocton to William Hull, land and buildings, State street, 75 feet. John E. Lomas to Ellsworth B. Coop er, Improvements, View street, 65 ft. William mrry to Fannie Cough'.in, land and buildings, Audobon street, Sf? ft. Oliver S. White to Fannie Flelseh-. man, land and buildings, Grand avenue. 29 feet. Lease. Anthony Hoppolltus to Gerardo Lupj, store, 270 Washington avenue. H. B. & R. F. Armstrong, to Postal Telegraph & Cable Co., store, 89-97 Or ange street. In Orange. Transfers of real estate .n the Town of Orange: William street, E. F. Brady estate to M. a. Reynolds; Fourth avenue, W. B. Bradneck to W. I.angA1 Campbell avenue, H. C. Bretzfelder tn .Jane Tiernan; Third avenue; Bridget A. Brown to r.rnesi fscnwenK; Center street, Mary C. Brown to Jessie M Grelsing; Centor street, F. W. Klmbcr ly to John W. AVnrner; Weston, Arthur Lyman to Eliza Confrey: Baggott street, Robet Pastorius to John llol welger: Washington avenue, O. C Schneider to Etta R. Patterson; Smith street, John W. Warner to C. E. Beck ley. RESTAURANTS. PARK AVENUE HOTEL . Park Ave. (4th Ave.) 33d to 33d St. I New York. One of the coolest hotels in New York City. All modern improvements. uucMuon central, convenient to all places of amusement and lines of travel. Open-air concerts every evening In the Court Garden with Its palms, fountains and growing plants a unique feature of the hotel. EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY. RATES MODERATE. Dining-room, restaurant and cafe. Meals a la carte. Illustrated booklet. Subway Station nod Electric Cars at tha notel 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. CUt OF AMERICAN RAILWAY ASSOCIATION New Haven Road's Withdrawal Became Operative Yesterday. TO WORK INDEPENDENTLY All Movements .Toward Com promise Proved Un successful. It was announced by officials of tha New York, New Haven & Hartford railroad yesterday afternoon that, op erative at once, the Consolidated Is no longer a party to the per diem agree ment of members of the American Rail way association. All efforts at a com promise have been fruitless, and the notice served some months ago by the New Haven that it. Intended to with draw October 1 went Into effect at midnight. It now remains for the New Haven road andconnectlng lines to fix upon an Independent agreement as to the charges for foreign cars which shall be Juat and reasonable. This may be more difficult than on the face It would appear, and It Is very probable that it will be settled before the courts. Notice of withdrawal was given last June and the western connections of the New Haven have given It notice that after the withdrawal becomes ef fective freight for Its lines will be re celved, transported and delivered as heretofore, unless declined by the New Haven company; but that on cam thus delivered to the New Haven road "you will be charged such sums per day as is reasonable for the use of each car for the period the same shall remain on your lines; and payment thereof will be insisted on accordingly." Tha committee appointed on behalf of the American Railway association to negotiate with the New Haven con stated of Messrs. Atterbury of the Pennsylvania, Smith of the New York Central, and Hale of the Baltimore & Ohio. This committee suggested that the questions at Issue be arbitrated, but the New Haven declined and made the alternative proposition that It should ba allowed two days reclaim, begin ning Oct. 1, and continuing until the road has received 8,500 new cars which it has ordered; after the receipt ot theee cars the other roads to accept a sufficient number of New Haven cars to equalize the per diem payments, this arrangement to continue for one year. The New Haven road has ordered 17,000 cars to be delivered by May next. The committee declined this proposition and proposed Instead that the connecting roads agree to begin at once to equalize equipment on a monthly basis, leaving all questions concerning the per diem rate to arbi tration. The New Haven road declined this, Insisting that, until Its new cars could ba put Into servlve, It was en titled to some compensation. The com mitted then suggested to the other roads the form of notlco referred to above; and this form his been adopt ed, we understand, not only by all the Immediate connections of tha New Ha ven, but by a number of other raads as well. This notice seems eminently fair. These roads cannot take the responsi bility of obstructing the enormous movement of traffic from the tvest to New England over the New Haven road by requiring the goods to ba transferred at New York to New Ha ven cars, though under the circum stances they would have the technical right to do this. In offering to let cans go through for a reasonable sum per day, they are giving the New Haven full opportunity to show, if they caYi, that 60 cent? a day is exorbitant. But If the burden should lie on the New Haven (as we suppose it would) to prove any rate named 'by the car ownejs unreasonably high, the New Haven would have an other aspect of the case to consider; for unless all signs fall cars will be worth at least a dollar a day within the next month or two and perhaps much more than that." STODDARD TOBACCO COMPANY. One of the Oldest Tobacco Firms Store Recently Enlarged. The L. L. Stoddard Tobacco company, 940 Chanel street, is Just completing alterations and Improvements In its store, which gives additional space, fin er show windows and in every way en hances (he beauty and facilities of its establishment. The changes come at the beginning of the college, year. For years this firm has made a specialty of class and soci ety pipes for Yale university, and oth er colleges and preparatory schools. The company originated the sterling Bllver inlaid work used on their class briRr pipes, which are so popular at the universities. In smoking tobaccos and cigarettes their famous "Handsomo Dan" has a market In every large city in the country. Just now the ilrm Is making a specialty and a hit on Its monogram cigarettes cigarettes of ex cellent quality and made specially to order. L. L. Stoddard Tobacco companv is one of the oldest firms of its kind In this city. They do a wholesale as well as a retail business, and carry one of the finest and largest stocks In tho state. INTO OPEN SWITCH. Freight Train Bound for Bridgeport Wrecked. Waterbury, Oct. 1. A freight train bound for Bridgeport ran into an open switch at the Hill siding, below this city, shortly before noon to-day, crashing into a switch engine and a string of cars which were on the sid ing. The collision was head on. Both engines were smashed up and several cars de'railed. The eftglneer and fire man were not on the switcher. En gineer Peter Ward and Fireman Rolv ert Burns of the felght, both of Bridgeport, were thrown out, and Ward's leg was broken. He was taken to the hospital. Burns suffered several cuts and bruises, but was not seriously hurt. The exact cause of the accident has not yet been determined. SHOT STRUCK AUTOMOBILE. Archibald McNeil, jr., and Party Held Up In New York State. Bridgeport, Oct. 1. Archibald Mc Neil, jr., Maturin Waldo and w. E. Smith now know what the sensation of being under Are is like as while on their way to the automobile races at Morris park Saturday In the runabout owned by the flnst named they were shot at by a constable at Pelham, N. Y., the bullet striking the rear of the automobile and glancing off. Just pre vious to firing the shot the constable had ordered the car to stop and as it did so he rushed up to them and after subjecting them to a torrent of abuse took them, to the police station where Mr. McNeil posted a bond of $50 to answer to the charges of overspeeding and falling to stop his machine when ordered. AU oCthe party who were In the automobile assert that the speed of the automobile was far from being ex cessive. Mr. McNeil has made counter charges against the constable on tho ground that his language was abusive. HER 90TII BIRTHDAY. Mother of Mrs. Dorman, Wife of Dr. Dorman of This City. Mrs. Allen Penfleld of Hartford, mother of Mrs. Kate Dorman, wife of Dr. C. A. (Dorman of this city, will be ninety years old next Saturday. She will celebrate her birthday by receiving her friends at her home, No. 410 Elm street, Hartford, during the afternoon. Mrs. Pen field was born in Beckley Quarter, her maiden name being Ellen Sanford. She was a great granddaugh ter of Sergeant Richard Beckley, who fought tn the Revolution. She has foup children, City Clerk Penfleld, Mrs. Dor man of New Haven, Fred Penfleld of Merlden, Mrs. Mary. Hubbard, wife of iTwln Hubbard of Allegheny City, Pa. She has a younger sister, Mrs. Harriet Hemingway, who lives with her. Mrs. Penfleld Is smart for her advanced age. NOTICES. The annual meeting of the Young Men's Institute will be held in the li brary on Wednesday evening, October 2, at 8 p. m. EDW. E. BRADLEY, ol It Vice President. NOTICE. The annual meeting ot the stock holders of the New Haven Tontine Company will be held at the office of C. S. Thompson &.Co 87 Orange street, Thursday, October 8. ' 1917, at 8:30 o'clock p. m. WALTER S. THOMPSON, ol St Secretary. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. New Haven, Conn.; Sept. 24, 1907. A speotal meeting of the Stockholders or the Olivette c-oia fining company will be hold on Monday, the 2Sth clay of October, 1907, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon In the offices of said compa ny; at Number 82 Church street, New the following resolution adopted by a majority of the Board of Directors, at a. meeting ot sola board legally called and held for that purpose, September Resolved. That In the Judgment of this board. It Is advisable and most for the benefit of the Olivette Gold Mining Company that the same should be forth with dissolved. Secretary -of the Oflvwe Oold Mmlng company - -anv oin zui POLITICAL NOTICES. NOTICE. Tho Inhabitants of the Town of Wtood bridge legally quallilqd to vote In the town meetings ot said town are hereby warned and notified that that the an nual town meeting of said town will be held at the basement of the Congre- fationai cnurcn in said town ot wood rldge, on Monday the 7th day of Oc tober, 1907. at 8 o'clock In the forenoon, for the following purposes, to wit: fo elect town ofllcers as provided by law; To ly a tax upon the ratable estate In said town upon tho grand list ot 1907! to take measures to repair tha highways and maintain the bridges In said town; to take action on the ac ceptance by the said town of a tract of land for a rural park: To take at on upon the number of the town school committee, and other town omcers ot saia town; to discuss the matter of constructing a town hall In and for said Town of Woodbrldge, and to take such action as may be necessary or advisable In reference thereto: to authorize the selectmen. In case there is a defloieney in the town treasury, to borrow money and give tho note or notes of the town for such sum or sums as may be necessary to pay for the state road Improvements, to the current expenses of the town for tin year; and to do any other business nec essary and proper to be done at said meeting. In accordance with a vote passed at the last annual town meeting, the bal lot Doxes win D9 open ai s o ciock, a. m and close at 1 o clock, p. m., on said 7th dav ot uctooer, imuy. Dated at Woodbrldge, October 7, A, ROLLIN C. NEWTON. JACOB BEI9IEOEL JAMES W. RICE. o2 It Selectmen. The Electors of the Town of New Haven are hereby notified and warned to meet In their respective votina- d s trtots on the first Monday ot October, 1907, to wit: on October 7, from o'clock In the forenoon, until 5 o'clock In the afternoon, tor the following pur noses, to wit: To elect Town Officers, as prescribed by law, and to fill all vacancies oeour lng by expiration of terms of office of such officers as were elected at the last electors meeting. To vote upon the question of accept Ing or rejecting a proposed amendment to the Constitution ot tne State of Con nectlcut, in the form of a revised Con stltntion. Those who approve the said proposed amendment shall give in a ballot wlti the words "Constitutional Amendment In the form of a revision ot the Con stltntion. Yes," written or printed thereon, and those who disapprove of sold proposed amendment shall give In a ballot witn me woras, constitution al Amendment in the form of a revl slon of the Constitution. No," written or nrlnfed thereon. The legal voters of the Town of New Haven win vote oy oanot in their re snectlve wards, where thev are reels tercd on the revised registry lists last completed. The ballot boxes will be open from o clock a. m. until 6 o clock p. rn.. In the several voting uistricts, as fol lows: First Ward 161 Crown street. Second Ward City Supply house, Oak strGGt Third Ward 238 Congress avenue. Fourth Ward 56 Water street. ' Fifth Ward 35 Olive street. Sixth Ward 176 Chestnut street Seventh Ward 240 Hamilton street. Eighth Ward 744 State street. Ninth Ward 63 Foote street. Tenth Ward 443 Elm street. Eleventh Ward 124 Chapel street. Twelfth Ward 185 Grand avenue. Thirteenth Ward 904 Whalley ave nue. Fourteenth Ward East Grand ave nue, Fire Engine house. Fifteenth Ward Forbes avenue, Fire Engine house. , Dated at New Haven this first day of October. 1907. FREDERICK E. WHITAKER, ol 6t Town Clerk. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS situa SITUATION wanted by a competent girl to do second work. Call at 283 Ashmun street. ol it WANTED Situation doing general housework. 174 Franklin street. 02 It WANTED Situation, general house work, In small family; apply 938 State street, first floor. . o2 2t WANTED Laundry or kitchen work by the day or week. 182 Wallace street. Rear house. ' o2 It WANTED by young unexperienced girl, a situation doing second work in small family. J.8 William street, Bins second bell. ol It FOR SALE. One cent a word for each insertion. ve cents a word for a full week, seven times. FOR SALE Piano, upright, Mathushek. Will take $90 with small monthly payments. Address Mathushek. Cou rier office oi 3t BARGAIN Store fixtures, show case, tables shelving electroliers, suitable for milliners, haberdashers, druggists, department stores. Jewelers. No. 960 Chapel street, at the desk, i sl8 lw FOR SALE 1,000 ret Patent Mov lirifE. Kvcry net WMrrnnted one year. Orders received 7B3 STATE STREET. AUCTION SALE. One cent a word for each insertion. five cents a word for a full week, seven times. R. II. MAIXORY. AUCTIONEER and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel St. Telephone 3860. House hold goods a specialty. . a4 tf R. B. MALLORY, Auctioneer, sells at zoo Whalley avenue (corner orchard) i Wednesday, 10 a. m., large sale, very nice goods. Fine parlor suite and odd pieces, fine chamber suit and odd pieces, mantel mirror, hallstand, sec retary, coucnes. easy cnairs, side boards, dining tables, chairs, bureaus, hair mattresses, carpets, rugs, rock ers. ' clothing and other articles too numerous to mention. Don't miss this sale If you are looking for bargaias. ol2t Disk of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, ESTATE OF WILLIAM R. TYLER, late or New Haven, in said uistrict, ae ceased. The Court of Probate for the District ot New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six months from the date here of, for the creditors of said deceased to brlhfr in their claims against saia es tate. Those who negieoc to exniDii their claims within said time will be debarred All persons Indebted, to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to ROGER P. TYLER. o2 3t Administrator. Diet, of Now Haven, ss. Probata Court; ' September 80, 1907. ESTATE OF FRED O. LEAVEN WORTH of New Haven, In said Dis trict, an incapable person. The Conservator having exhibited his account with said estate to this Court for allowance, It is : ORDERED, That the 4th day of Oct ober, 1907, at eleven o'clock in tha 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 that notice of the time and place of said hearing be giv en by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a circulation In said Dletrct. By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON, ol 8t Clerk. jrJIA NOTICE. A special stockholders' meeting of The New York, New Haven and Ilart- tord Railroad company win De neia in Room 201, In the general office building ot tne company, in tne city or New Ha ven, Connecticut, on Wednesday, the thirtieth day ot octooer, i07, at 12:16 l o'clock t. m.. for the nuroose of consid ering and acting upon propositions to ; accept amendments of the charter of this corporation, being Resolution Amending the Charter of the Consoli dated Railway Company, both passed by the General Assembly of the State ot Connecticut at its January session; 1907: and unon a proposition to acoept the provisions of "An Act In Amend ment of and In Addition to an Act en titled 'An Act to incorporate The New York, New Haven and Hartford Rail road Company passed by the General Assembly at its January session, A. D. 1893. and any act in amendment there of," passed by the General Assembly of the state oi Kiiooe island and Provi dence Plantations at Its January Ses sion, 1907; and to accept the provisions ot an Act to incorporate une ew York, Now Haven and Hartford Rail road Company, a Corporation in this State," passed by tho General Assembly oi the State of Rhode Island and Prov idence Plantations May 17. 1893, at its January .Session, A. D. 1893, and the several acts In amendment thereto; also for the purpose of considering and act ing upon a proposition to -authorize the Increase of capital stock of the corpora tion bv an additional amount of 854, 695 shares, or by such other amount as mav be fixed by the action of the stock holders at said meeting? and of taking such other action as may be deemed best In relation to an Increase of the capital stock of the corporation. The annual meeting of the corpora tion is required by its by-laws to be held on the third Wednesday of Oeto bor nt 12 o'clock noon, and said meet ing will be held at said time at Reom 201 in the general office building jf said Company in the City of New Ha ven, Connecticut, for the purpose of considering and acting on a proposition to amend the stockholders' by-laws by striking out the words "twenty-five" in By-Law II. and Inserting in lieu there of the words "twenty-two" so that said by-law when amended shall read as fol lows: "II. The board of directors of the corporation shall consist of twenty two members, and vacancies in their number may be filled by the board un til the corporation shall fill such va cancies," and for the purpose of choos ine directors and of considering the an nual statement and approving the acts of the directors and odicers of .the cor poration as therein described; but the directors have voted to recommend that the corporation adjourn its annual meeting without taking any action un til the day above named for the hold ing of a special meeting of the corpor ation, and that it transact upon that day the business above specified for the annual meeting as well as the bus iness above specified for the special meeting. For the purpose of these meetings of the corporation, the transfer books of tha company will be closed from Octo ber 16 to October 30, 1907, both days Inclusive. Dated at New Haven. Connecticut, this twenty-fifth day of September, 1907. By order of the Board of Directors, JOHN G. PARKER, s25o2 9 16 23 5t . Secretary. HELP WANTED MALE. Ono cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. . BOYS wanted. Apply Strouse, Adler & Co., 60 Court street. 02 Zt YOUNG man, 18 to 25 years of age, to icaiu guuu liaue, Djjeuidi iiidii uuiiuu, good wages from start: exceptional opportunities to advance. Apply Room 28, No. 20 Center street, even ings, 7:30 to 9 o'clock. s27 6t WANTED Four (4) bright active noweboys 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 o. m. a28 4t WANTED FOR TJ. S. ARMY, ABLE-BODIED unmarried meu, be tween ages 1 ana SS; citizens ol United Suites, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Apply Re cruiting omeer,. 80 Chapel (Street, Now Haven: lit Main straet, Hart ford; 1022 Main street, Bridgeport; 199 Bank street, Waterbury, Conn. 319 tf HELP WANTED FEMALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. WANTED Maid for general house- worn, without washing, in small tam lly. Reference required. 251 Ed wards street. - i o2 2t WANTED Young lady bookkeeper, who has some experience in double entry. Address M. B., this office, stat ing wages, etc. o2 2t WANTED Competent, well-recom mended cook; also a waitress. Apply at 237 Church street. ol 2t LiADZ or girl, each town, oood pay, spare lime, copy names adv. - dent. Reliable. Cash weekly. . Valuable package and particulars 10c. Needle Co., Sanbornville, N. II. s30 7t WANTED Competent girl for general housework. Family of two. 201 Ed wards Btrewt. , ,. , . s27 4t One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. WANTED Girls Tor power presses. , Apply Strouse, Adler & Co., 60 Court street. s24 7t 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., Ooffe street. , , SLEEMAN-S RELIABLE EMPLOY MENT AGENCY, 763 Chapel St., es tablished 20 years. Largest, best tn the State. . Best male and female help for any and all kinds of work, gent anywhere. Open evenlncs. Tel, 142?. REAL ESTATE. V . " A i i. I 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 Ave minutes' walk of Chapel street, on a deep lot, with stable having en trance on another street. I62-I64 Ivy St., 2-Farniiy House, THE OLD GALPI STORE FOR SALE The Oldest Stove, Plumbing and Heating Business in New Haven. Lo cated over thirty years at 360 State street. Select trade. Will be sold with stock, fixtufes and lease, at a bargain If sold at once. Good reasons for sell ing. &1001HEH9 & DONNELLY, 62 Church Street. Boom 20. SEW HA VEX. J WANTED. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. WANTED regularly, pies suoh as moth er made. If you don't make the pies, send receipt. I've got a dollar for the best one. Address "Pie," Journal and Courier office. ., s23 7t JONES SELECT EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 23 Church street Telephone 1401-12 connections. Largest Agenoy, . male and female help supplied for mercantile and domestic servlae for . any and all kinds of work. Sent any where. Open evenings. JONES Select Employment Agency, 23 Church street Telephone 1401-12, Connecticut's largest agenoy, oldest and most reliable plane In state; male and female help, all nationalities, supplied for mercantile and domestlo servloe for any and, all kinds of work, sent anywhere. ALL good help should call here. We supply all the best places and always need large numbers. Sleeman's Re liable Employment Agency, 763 Chap el. Open evening , . mil tf FOR RENT. A FOUR-ROOM flat to a small family . of adults at 989 State street. Gas, closet and sink, $12. sis 7t LOST. LOST A lady's gold watch, monogram M, G. H. Reward, 200 Orange street. o2 2t EJJUCI0N MR. FREDERICK WELD will engage the services of a limited number of good singers for a chorus choir. Voices tried at 139 Orange St. ELOCUTIONISTS. ELOCUTIONIST trained can have de- slrable engagement with successful amusement company. Address at once. American A. Co., 57 Apothe caries' Hall, Waterbury, Conn. , s30 3t REAL ESTATE. West Haven Building Lots Prices range from $3.00 to $8.00 a front foot . Size of lot to suit pur chaser. . U V Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St. The Finest Building Lois in New Haven i Cheapes Prices. One speolal tract near Winchester's factory. Buy of tho owner. EDWARD M. CLARK, 39 Church Street Washington Building. TO LET Rooms toy floor, bnUdlne 424 Stats street, cor. Court. Good light, steady power, freight elevator, nnd beat. Specially equipped for llgnt maistM factoring. Snaea to salt tenants, fwt n term of yean. Apply to ! Benj, R. English. 839 Chapel St, FOR SALE. Two very desirable central housos, having every Improvement Situation excellent for a physician's offloe. Money to loan in sums to suit t G: HOADLE.Y. Room 214 Washington Building. 39 CHURCH STREET. j Open Evenings. FOR SALE. A desirable one family house, O wight street south of Chapel. J. C, PITNDERFORD, lit CHURCH TR5SET. ' SURETY BONDS Executed for Administrators, Exeem tors, Trustees and all persons holding positions of trust. Lowest rates. Judson O Hauff, Room 402. 902 Chapsl St. CERTAINLY INSANE. Washington, Oct 1. Before he was afraid of being kissed, Thomas H. Gardner ot Baltimore has been sen to the government hospital tot the in sane. According to the arresting; po liceman Gardner had been stoppin folks on the street und demanding! that they let him alone. "These people want to kiss me, and I won't stand for it" he said. The Society, for the Protection ot Ancient Buildings has been making strenuous protests' of late against tha manner In which Exeter cathedral is being restored, more especially with reference to the sculpture which it Is declared has been obliterated without reason. 1'