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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1907.
HOTELS AND m 135-137 TEMPLE ST. HIGH CLASS GERMAN RESTAURANT Imported Beers a Specialty. Business Men's Xoon Lunch 50 Cents. Private Dining Rooms. a. D. BELL . . . Proprietor Hotel Garde Opposite Union Depot, NEW HAVEN. CONN. Connecticut's Largest Hotel Dinner 12-2:15. 50 Cents. New Tontine Hotel ORCHESTRA EVEXIXGS. Special attention given to banquets, weddings and private parties. Euro pean iplan. Rooms from $1.00 up. GEORGE T. WHITE, Proprietor. EDUCATIONAL Twenty-fourth Year. . M. C. A. BTILDHia. .V 133 Tempi Street. Sidney Perils Butler, President. MISS MARY E. JOHNSTON'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Reopens on Thursday, September 19. Secondary, Primary and Kindergarten, College Preparation. 'PIANO AND FLETCHER METHOD. ' a3018t Hew Haven Normal School of Gymnastics ! Gymnasium, 307 York Street. Day classes for girls and boys evening classes for ladies and men. OPEN OCTOBER 7. SEND FOR CIRCULAR. : y , i' . MISS GLENDINNING'S School for Boys and Girls 201 Bishop Street. ! EDWARD P. BRETT, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. Sawing, Turning and Jobbing" In .Wood of All Kinds. Window and Door Soreens. Cabinet Work, Pack ing Boxes. 7 PROUT STREET. m Nonpareil Laundry Co- ! 1 (Incorporated.) HIGH-CLASS WOR.K. v. We do the work for the leading fam , Hies and stores. 271 Blaichley Ay., New Haven Conn, STLVAN CIRCLE WHIST. Sylvan circle, O. S. B., will hold its next public whist In its lodge room, Music hall, Court street, at 3 o'clock sharp. All lovers of the game are cordially Invited. DANBURY FAIR BANNER VEAlt. Danbury, Oct. 13. The Danbury fair came to a close Saturday, and the at tendance for the week, 67,000, beats all previous records Along that line. FOR SALE I Two-Family House 3 1 7 Dixwell Av. All Improvements. Chas. Wilson & Co. ROOM 200. 42 CHURCH ST. General Insurance, Real Estate, Loans, TELEPHONE 3326. RESTAURANTS. PARK AVENUE HOTEL Park Ave. 41h Are.) 32d to 33d St. Sew York. One of the coolest hotels In New 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 feature of the hotel. EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY. RATES MODERATE. Dining-room, restaurant and cafe. Meals a la carte. Illustrated booklet. Sob way Station and Electric Curs nt I the Hotel door. F. A. REED & E. EARNETT, Pronriators. HANDY'S NEW HOTEL DAVENPORT AMERICAN PLAN. AND A LA CARTE CAFE Cor. Orange and Coort Sts. Tel. 123 GALEN HALT,. ' Hotel nnd Sanatorium, Atlantic City. Elegant stone, brick and stoel build lnS- Always Open. Always Ready. Always Busy. 151 TO 1D5 CHURCH STREET. RESTAURANT. Luncheon. .11:30 until 2 o'clock. ORCHESTRA EVENINGS. Service a la Carte. LOUIS METZGER CATERING CO. ENGRAVED VISITING CARDS and ADDRESS DIES W. L. WIGHTMAN 101 ORANGE ST. Room 1. 1st Floor. New Haven Dancin Academy la. H. NEWMAN, INSTRUCTOR. Waltz, 2-step and S-step taught tfor $5. Payment to suit pupils. Be ginners start any time. Office hours: 11-12 a. m. 1-5 and 7-10 p. m, 703 CHAPEL STREET. Over Hone A Stetson Stores. YOUR FURNACE Your range or stove needs' attention. I can put it In thorough order. Many years experience in the "Old Galpin Store'' warrants your giving me a trial. Work guaranteed to be right' GEO. H. LONDON 'Phone 2398-3 418 Orchard Street. MRS. P. T. BARNUM TO MARRY . . . . i Widow of Former Showman to Wed Fourth Husband. Paris, Oct. 13. Baroness Alexandrl, still a handsome woman, now In Par Is, Is about to bestow her heart and fortune on a fourth husband, it Is an nounced. 'The lucky man Is Count Jacques de Brley, Baroness Alexandrl was the wife of Phlneas T. Barnum, ' the celebrated showman. Then(she married Deme trius Calleas BeBy, a Greek, In. the Turkish sulton's service, After her death she gave, her hand to Prince Alexandrl, a French nobleman, who also died. This last marriage was arranged by a certain prominent French woman, a matchmaker, who 'has bestowed many American wives and their for tunes on impecunious . but titled Frenhmen. The French newspapers announce, with a certain exultant ring that Baroness Alexandrl has an in come of $00,000. PUBLIC LICTME COURSE ; FINE LIST OF LECTURES Rev. Dr. Russell B. Conwell, of Philadelphia, Gives the Opening One. The public lecture course, given un der the auspices of Tale university and the New Haven University Extension center, presents this year a most at tractive list of popular lectures for the benefit of the general public. The course will open in College street hall and includes quite a number of .new and prominent lecturers who have never appeared in New Haven, together with a goodly selection from the famous and favorite speakers who are always so well appreciated by New Haven audi ences. Dr. Russell R. Conwell, the well known pastor of the Baptist temple in Philadelphia and president of Temple college, who is one of the most popular orators in the United States, gives the opening lecture In the course. Dr. Conwell Is one of the old time lectur ers, and recalls forcibly to his hearers the eloquence of Wendell Phillips, Henry Ward Beecher, and others of bygone days. His personal magnetism, witty sallies, and marvellous fund of anecdotes always "hold the wrapt at tention of his audience. The subject of this coming lecture, which has never been given in New Haven, is "Personal Glimpses of Celebrated Men and Wo men Whom I Have" Known Lessons from Great Lives," and one can easily Imagine how interesting and inspiring his personal reminiscences and stories will be. There follow in the course: Hon. Ar thur K. Peck, with his moving pictures of Yellowstone National Park, showing the geysers in active operation; Charles D. Kellogg, who Is known as "The Bird Man," and the greatest bird war bier in the world. His lecture recital will consist, of "Talks with Birds," their habits, customs, and the way in which they communicate with each other, besides exact Imitations of the warbling of the different feathered songsters; then, In the dramatic line, Is Leland Powers in Tarkington's "Monsieur Beaucaire," also the English .dramatist Joseph Spealght, who made such a success in this country last win ter In Dickens "Nicholas Nickleby," and Joe Jefferson's friend, George Kier nan, in the well known play of "Rip Van Winkle," as given by Jefferson for so many years. Dr. Thomas E. Green, who Thomas B. Reed said was one of the greatest orators in this country, has a lecture on "The Twentieth Century and Its Wonders." George B. Vincent, who is always bright, humorous, and most In spiring, talks on "Democracy, Cynic ism or Faith." New Haven people will bo especially interested In hearing Prof. Earl Barnes, who is said to be one of the most fascinating of talkers and In popularity a rfvaj of Edward Howard Griggs. Then there are Thompson Seton on "The Rocky Moun tains," John Calvin Goddard on "The Art of Being Interesting," Dr. Schov 111 on "Spanish Cities and Highways;" and, In the line of literature. Prof. Powys of Oxford, England, on "English Novelists, Hardy and KlpUng," and our own favorite, Prof. William Lyon Phelps, on "John Greenleaf Whlttior." There will be ten Illustrated scientific lectures by some of the most eminent men in the country, the program of which will be announced later. Season tickets for the entire course can be obtained at the Free Public Li brary for $3, which makes the cost of these lectures to season ticket holders about ten cents & lecture. NOW LADY BARRINGfON. Miss McMillan Marries British Min ister to Abyssinia. Manchester, Mass., Oct. 13. In the spacious parlors of the great summer estate of the late Senator James Mc Millan of Michigan, the marriage of Miss Amy McMillan, his daughter, to Lieutenant Colonel John Lane Har rington, the British minister to Abys sinia, was celebrated Saturday. The event was one of the most Important International matrimonial affairs of the year, although comparatively few persons were present. The McMillan residence Is one of the most extensive on the -popular north shore. It has a frontage in the rugged rocks of the Manchester shore of near ly half a mile, while it stretches back for nearly a mile toward the center of the town. v The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Thomas L. Gasson, S. J., pres ident of the Boston college. The bride wore a beautiful gown, made princess, made of heavy white satin, the corsage and sleeves garnl tured with rose point lace. Her veil of tulle was bordered with the earns lace and was fastened to the coiffure with a wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of orchids. Her only attendant was her niece, Miss Grace McMillan Jarvis. Mr. George Clark, who was with the groom in Abyssinia for some time, was best man. Sir John and Lady Harrington will sail soon for England, going thence to Abyssinia. Lady Harrington Is a sister of Fran cis W. McMillan, Tale '07, who mar ried Daisy Lewis, the daughter of Frank E. Lewis of 464 Edgewood ave nue, this city. Mr. and Mrs. McMillan have been spending the summer at Rye, N. T., and went on for the wedding. ANNUAL DONATION DAY. For New Haven Orphan Asylum Next Thursday. The annual donation visit of the New Haven Orphan Asylum will take place on Thursday, October 17th. A commit tee of ladies will be at the Institution, 610 Elm street in the afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock to receive old friends and new ones, as well as gifts. Exercise in the school house from 8 to 4 o'c.ock. Friends of the orphan and the institution are cordially Invit ed to call. Donations, can be sent at any hour during the day In behalf of the executive committee, Sarah El Champion, secretary. U, 0. P. F. INSTALLS OFFICERS 200 GUESTS ENTERTAINED Supreme Representatives and Visitors Spend a Very Pleasant Evening. ' In Red Men's hall, at Church and Crown streets, Friday night the public installation of officers went off with thoroughly enjoyable results all around. Lafayette colony, No. 161, United Or der Pilgrim Fathers, besides Installing eleven officers for the ensuing year, gave a very pleasant social evening to its members and the Invited guests from New Haven, Merlden and other towns to the number of 200. Among the supreme officers present were Supreme Secretary Nathan Cary of Boston, Supreme Sergeant-at-Arms Thomas Keeler of New Haven and Su preme Deputy Governor William Tufts of Springfield with degree team. lAfter the rendering of several well received violin obllgato selections by Mrs. Dawson, the Ragtime-trio, com posed of three colored gentlemen of song, known by the euphonious title Johnslng, Jackson and Johneing, ren dered plantation melodies and such familiar themes as "If it don't concern you, let it alone." The evening was thoroughly enjoyed and closed with the serving of refresh ments. Officers Installed for the ensuing year are: Governor Jae. H. Kearns. Lieutenant Gvorcnor Raymond Hall. Chaplain Mrs. Holt. Outside Sentinel C. H. Boyle. Inside Sentinel M. C. Kearns. Sergeant-at-Arms Mrs. Gllman. Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms Mrs. Ven ter. Collector Thos. Keeler. Treasurer Edward Parmelee. Secretary Paul Barnard. Ex-Governor Burton Stlllman. IN SOCIETY The Essex County Country club of Orange, N. J give an Invitation golf tournament for women which begins to-morrow and continues through the 16th,' 17th and 18. To-day there will be a team match between the two metropolitan teams, Essex and Engle wood. Miss Elsie' Trowbridge and Miss Helen Carrlngton, who are mem bers of the Essex.' County club, will play on the Essex team. Tuesday morning the 18-holes medal play will take place and In the afternoon the approaching and "putting , contest. Wednesday morning, 18-holes match play for first and second eights; after noon event, lS-holes medal play, han-' dlcap. Thursday morning, semi-finals for first and second: eignts; afternoon, Scotch foursome. . i Friday morning, finals for first eight Friday afternoon finals for second eight. A medal will be given for the best score in qualify ing round. Cups will be awarded the winners of each eight, the approach ing and putting poptest, and the 18 hole handicap. Mrs. Roger White, 2d, Mrs. H. Q. Trowbridge, Miss Elsie Trowbridge and Miss Helen Carrlngton have en tered representing the New Haven Country club. Mr. and Mrs. Charlea W. Scranton and their daughter, Miss Helen Scranton, have returned to the oit', having closed their summer house at Madison, and will occupy apartnlents at the York Wall for the winter, Miss Louise Thacher of New York and Theodore Ives,Driggs of Water bury, Conn., were married Saturday afternoon In the ball room of the Home club, No. 11 East 45th street, where her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thacher, have an apartment. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Ernest M. Stlres, in the pres et ce of a few' relatives and intimate fi lends only. The bride, who was giv en away by her father, wore a gown of white satin trimmed with old Va lenciennes last. Her tulle veil was edged with lace, and was fastened with orange blossoms, and she carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley. She had three bridesmaids, Miss Sarah Thacher,- her sister; Miss Edith Crocker and Miss Eunice Burrall, of Waterbury, Conn. They were dressed alike In green chiffon, trimmed with cream colored lace, and they wore hats of ecru satin, trimmed with feathers. Pink roses made their bouquets. In addition to these attendants there were two flower girls, Miss Elizabeth Thacher and Miss Mary Holly Brooks, who wore white frocks and white hats. The best man was Charles Oliv er of Pittsburg and the ushers Includ ed James Cunningham, William E"er den, Ernest B. Tracy of St. Louis, John Burrall of Waterbury,. Conn.; Joseph D. Crane of Dayton, Ohio, and Thomas D. Thachsr, brother of the bride. During his stay in New Haven the Right Rev. A. F. Winnington Ingram, bishop of London, was the guest of Rev. and Mrs. Anon Phelps Stckes, Rev. M. A. Barnes of Falrmount, West Virginia, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Barnes and Charles R. Bowler, son of Prof. F. A. Fowler, who have been spending the summer in the Brit ish Isles, returned to New Haven qn Monday last. They visited the Cathe drals of England and Wales and Mr. Fowler has been studying English choir work. Mr. C. C. Brown has been substituting for Mr. Fowler at St. Johns P. El church and yesterday Mr. Fowler resumed his dutiej as or ganist and choir master and also at his studio. Appointed by Governor. Governor Woodruff has appointed George Dudley Seymour of New Ha ven a trustee of the Henry Whitfield house at Guilford, In place of Charles H. Scholey, resigned. fj CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS I . ... , a FOR SALE. One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times.- NEARLY new two-family house; Wil liams street. West Haven. All Im provements terms to suit. Price, $5,000. Palmatier, Malley building. 012 3t FINE one-family house on George street. A nice place, nine rooms, 9,003.00 Fine place with barn all improvements, $11,005.00. A corner house, large lot, $9,000.00. Another fine place, block house on corner, $5,000.00. George F. Newcomb, Room 311, Ex change building, corner Chapel and Church street. 012 7t ONE of the best groceries and meat markets in the Seventh ward, with one two-family house and one four family house, all on one lot. Can be bought for $13,000 and $5,000 cash. Rent for $1,296 a year. One two family house on Franklin street with barn; a good place for any one that has any business with horses; $5,000, $1,500 cash, rest at five per cent flirst mortgage. For full particulars call on II. P. Buckolz & Co., 902 Chapel street. ol4 1t FOR SALE Parlor suity and chamber suit. Address J. It, Courier office. ol4 1t FLAT top desk and chair, 615 Malley building. ' 8 3t $145. Upright; mahognay case; perfect order. The A. B. Clinton Co., 37 Church street. " oil 3t $173. Mahogany upright; a great bar gain for a quick buyer; fully war ranted. The A. B. Clinton Co., 37 Church street. oil 3t $1SS. Mahognay upright: good as new; a sz&u style. The A. B, Clinton uo., 37 Church street. oil 3t 52J5. Upright; antique oak case; a Doautirui instrument. Regular price. $250. The A. B. Clinton Co.. 37 Church street, oil 3t $210. Upright; standard make; mahog any case; a ?325 stvlo. Kasy terms it desired. The A. B. Clinton Co.. 87 Church street. oil 3t $335. Krakauer; upright; a $450 style; oniy one in stock: almost new. The A. B. Clinton Co., ST Church street 0ll3t CENTER street, West Haven. Four desirable nouses; up to date, fine lo cations: all Improvements; prices low; terms right. Fredrique It. Lewis, 139 Orange street. olO 14t FOtt SALE 1,000 met Pntent Stove HrlcK. Every set wnrrnnteu one year. Orders received 703 STATE STREET. One cent a word for each Insertion. five cents a word for a fuu week, seven times. R. B. MALLORY. AUCTIONEER and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel St. Telephone 2360. House hold goods a specialty. ' a4 tf BOATS AND LAUNCHES. MARINE insurance on yachts of all . kinds Frank H. Moson, Room 8, 82 Church street. olO lmo. SHED room to store two mora launches. Out-of-door storage. Boats bought nnd sold. Merrell White, Hcaton's Wharf. ol2 7t FOR RENT. One cent a word for each inWtion. five cents a word for a full week, seven limes. FIRST floor, 130 Plymouth street. W. E. Clark, Room 208, 865 Chapel street , ol4 2t FOR SALE OR RENT. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. , . BEAR cub for sale or rent. Send of fer. Vincent Bnnecsk. 395 Engle street, North Adnms, Mass. o5 7t BOARD AND ROOM. Ona cent a word for each .insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. NICELY furnished rooms and bath. Good table board; homolike Ih every pei!e, 2 Hi Orange street, between Elm and Court street. o9 lmo WANTED In pleasant and amply heat- eu nouse, ny laoy, second story room with board in private family. Ref erence exchanged. Address O., Reg ister office. ol4 3t Dist of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, October 10, 1907. ESTATE OF NICHOLAS MOSES, late Of Orange, in said District, deceased, The Executrix having exhibited her account with sald estate to this Court for allowance, it Is ORDERED, That the 17th day of Oc tober, 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 that notice of the time and place of said hearing be giv en by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a circula tion in said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON, oll3t Clerk. NOTICES. NOTICE) OF DISSOLUTION. New Haven, Conn., Sept. 24, 1907. A special meeting of the Stockholders of the Olivette Gold Mining Company will be held on Mondayi the 2jith day of October, 1907, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon in the offices of said compa ny, at Number 82 Church street. New Haven, Connecticut, to take action Upon the following resolution adopted by a majority of the Board of Directors, at a meeting of said board legally called and held for that purpose, September 23, 1907. 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 fortify with dissolved." NEWTON H. COX, Secretary of the Olivette Gold Mining Company s30 o7 14 21 4t ARGUMENTS FOR PLAN. (From the Baltimore American.) The argument for the development of great inland waterways, beginning with the Mississippi and extending to Its tributaries and taking in other riv ers, is the impregnable one of the ne cessity for providing cheap transpor tation for the raw products of the great middle section of the country. But behind this domestic demand yet lies the trade of Cathay. HELP WANTED MALE. One cent a word for each insertion, flvu cents a word for a full week, seven times. CIGAR salesman wanted; In your local ity, to represent us; experience un necessary; 68 per month and ex penses.. Write for particulars. Mon roe Cigar Co., Toledo, Ohio. ol2 It SALESMAN wanted. Sell retail trade your locality; $65 per month and ex penses to start, or commission. Ex perience unnecessary. Hermingsen Cigar Co., Toledo. O. ol2 It THE Gamble-Desmond Co. wish to en gage parcel boys, Must be over four teen years. olO 8t SOLICITORS Two good men wanted. Must bo of bright caliber and bring best reference. 'Regular salary and liberal commission. Apply to Wil liam C. Graves, Journal and Courier. oS tf HONK! Honk! Honk! Look sharp to . your Interest Now is the time for . young men to learn the auto business. A thorough knowledge of your ma? chine and how to repair when require ed is what we teach you. Open even- ings. New England Auto School, 135 Court street. 08 7t WANTED FOR V. S. ARMY. ABLE-BODIED unmarried men, be tween ages 21 and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Apply .Re cruiting Officer, 890 Chapel street, New Haven; 756 Main street, Hart ford; 1022 Main street, Bridgeport; 199 Bank street, Waterbury, Conn. J19tf HELP WANTED FEMALE. One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. THE Gamble-Desmond Co. wish to en gage errand girls. Mus be over four teen years. olO 8t , LADY or girl, each town. Good pay, spare time. Copy names adv. dept. Reliable. Cash weekly. Valuable package and particulars 10c. Needle Co., Sanbornvllle. N. H. e30 7t WANTED A competent waitress in small family. Apply with, reference at 35 Hillhouse avenue. ol2 3t THIRTY girls wanted. Apply In the mornlns before 8:30. The Bradley Smith Co.. Hill street. oS 7t WANTED Competent cook. Reference . required. Call 760 Prospect street o3 6t SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE One cent a word for each insertton. ftvo cents a word for a full week, seven times. WANTED Situation to do ' general housework or plain cooking and laundry work in private family. 422 Washington avenue. City reference. Oil It WANTED a situation to do general housework. Call 109 Putnam street. oil 2t POSITION as housekeeper for elderly couple or nurse for invalid. Coun try. W. H.. Courier. oil St REAL ESTATE. mmt 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. i im ii iii,lU.u.yjVJMll"wJ 2 GILL STREET. Near West Chapel St. 9 ROOM HbUSE. Modern Improvements. THE OLD GALPIN 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, fixtures and lease at a bargain if sold at once. Good reasons for sell ing. KOOREHEAD & DONNELLY, S3 Churcli Street. Roa SO. NEW HAVE. WANTED. On. pent a ak1 . - i . .. v wi insertion. times. " W fUU Welc' Beven SILVERWARE, bicycle parts and l?Ze to, "Plate. John A Peok- nam, 958 Grand avenue. o9 lm ETG ladles', gents' old clothes; send postal. Sam Widder. 914 Grand ave nue. - o9 lm Ar.?r?.5S?FBCT EMPLOYMENT ,?i?CT,' 23 Cnuroh street Telephone 1401-12 connections. Largest Agency, male and female help supplied for mercantile and domestic service for any and all kind of wprk. Sent any where. Open 'evenings. JOr$3 el!ot Employment Agency, 23 eiiccu iTiepnone 1431-12, Connecticut's largest agencv, oldest and most reliable place In state; male and female help, all nationalities, supplied for mercantile and domestic service for any and all kinds of work, sent anywhere. ALL good help gnould call here. We ""'J " oest piaces and always need large numbers. Sleman Re l.ablo Employment Agency, 7H3 Chap. M. Open evening ml! tf FOUND vyjia utui a wora ior eacn insertion. ... .-w a. ,uu ween, seven times. FOUND Gold mounted spectacles. En- v jjtmuroLiii snoe store, 862 Stata street. ol2 It MINOUra Phone 3027-4 for mattress work, tea- . ' '''ovaung or ror particulars about Cotton's "Kno-tuf" Felt Mat tress, best bed on earth. Mattresses made from old feather beds. Foldin Mattress Co.. Ooffe street. SLEEMAN'S RELIABLE EMPLOY- rri:1. Auniwuy, "3 Chapel St, es tablished 20 years. Largest, best in the State. Best male and female hels for any and all kinds of work. Rent anrwhere. Ooen eveninsrs. Tel. 1423. JDUCATJONA MR. FREDERICK WELD will " engage im raiiwi ui a umuea numoer of good singers for a chorus choir. Voices tried at 189 Orange St. REAL ESTATE. West Haven Building Lots Prices range from $3.00 to $8.00 a front foot Size of lot to suit pur chaser. ' , fi V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orango St. FOR SALR. 28 COURT STREET. Three-story dwelling house; good, neighborhood; aU , modern improve ments. ' EDWARD M. CLARK, 39 Church Street TO LET Rooms top Boor, tralldtng 424 Ktni treei. cor. Court. Good llglat, mtenSr power, freight efeTator, and bent. Specially equipped for llgnt maaax factortag. Spnea to auM teeaatu, to M terns of year. Apply to i Benj. R. English. 830 Chapel St.' FOR SALE. Two very desirable central houses, having every improvement Situation excellent for a physician's offioe. Money to loan In sums to suit l; g; HOADLE.Y. Room 214 Waaklngtom Dulldlag. a CHURCH STREET. ' Open Evenings. FOR SALE. A desirable ona family bouse, i)wlghc street south of Chapel. . J. C, PUNDERtfORD, tit CHURCH STREET. SURETY BONDS Executed for Administrators, Execu tors, Trustees and all persons holding positions of trust Lowest rates. Judson 3 Hauff, Room 402. 902 Chapel St Cobblers are proverbial smokers, and the Syrian shoemaker Is no exception to the rule. He, however, smokes not a, short pipe, hut a long-stemmed hookah, while he works. He is propeTly a slip per maker, and to his skill in handling leather he must add a knowledge of embroidery, in order that he may dec orate with colored silks and bullion th gorgeous footgear of his feminine cu tuners-