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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND. COURIER,- MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1907.
CITY NOTICES. NEW HAVEN'S MOST. RELIABLE DEFT STORE An Exhibit of Rare, Exclusive- DRESS GOODS AND SILKS Exclusive Waist, Silks Mm T'S really the Opening in the Dress Goods and Silk store.. 1 Inspired Silks and Imported pattern Suitings ' And as we write these words they seem flat, and altogether inadequate. The stuffs are so infinately more beauti f ul than we can say.especially the Silks. , i CITY NOTICES. First we'll tell of a Bargain In Silks; at 6Jc!s arid 7 Jets a yard; a variety of really lovely W&lsflng Silks, no two alike, big block checks and unconven tional stripes, and stunning plaids. We've bad nothing as lovely for less than $1 and $1.25. 69c and 75c Yard r LORIOUS Plaids. and T Stripes but it's all wrong to use conven tional terms in trying to tell you here how exquisite the Waist Silks are. . There's been nothing like them In New Heven even here, where we're knowe as the Silk store of Authority. Beautiful : Everting Silks Especially the new Mei- salines, we had these - in mind when we started to write about the Evening Silks; the apricots, and the pale copper and leather colors and such beauty tones as ere here in all the usual shades. $1.00 a Yard Figured Crepe-de-Chirie , For evening gowns, en chanting, flowered Crepe-de-ch:r;ei in all the color effects, "and such designs and colorings as are here. Special at ' 83cls a Yard Elegance In Pattern Suitings Ju't here, some of them from the old world, so elegant, and so dignifiedly stylish, and so. "different," that's the chief note in this fhow exdusiveness and different-ness. Here are the hard twisted Epingelines in beau tiful dirk tones, and the fancy striped Worst ;ds and the Herringbone stripes, the "blind" stripes and checks, and the striped Broadcloths, so lustrous and so full of the newe it tones. . , ' Thei there are unusual Plaids injcolor and de sign worthy of the artists that planned them, and ' such novel effects in Foule : We want all feminine New Haven to e the stuffs whether or not thy care to buy here in suit patterns and by the yard. Il.tS to $3 Yd IN POPULAR VEIN-Some ' m?2hTy pretty Dress Stiffs here ia plaid effects.at Dcti Yard. Fine Underwear ln Sample Sale of Underclothes AUTUMN brides are keenly interested in this Sale of t Muslin Underv . clothesbecause there are some charming . Sets that are considerably Under the Regular Price; French Hand-made Underwear, and Paris American that enchanting "School" of Underclothes that many like even better than the severer hand-made Paris garments. Plenty of Popiilar-priced Underwear in the sale, with prices begining ,sat 11 cents Each. PERSONAL NOTES Gustave Hahn, the well known cutter ef the F. & M. Hahn Tailoring Co., 818 Chapel street, left for West Orange, N. J., Saturday morning, to visit his son, Max F. Hahn, who left for Frisco, Sun day night, to become a partner with his brother, Otto W. Hahn in the auto mobile business there. Otto W. Hahn, who was a victim of the earthquake there was one who had to camp In Goldgate Park for six . months. Both young men are well known to New Haveners, but left here after school graduation to occupy positions in dif ferent' electrio works. Gustave Hahn will accompany his son as far as St. Louis, Mo., and will then go to Chica go, 'visiting an exhibition there and re turns Thursday night. Miss Helen A. Hoye, who tas been spending the past few months in Eur ope has returned home. Miss Hoye's Jousney included a visit to the prin cipal cities of Norway, England, Ire land, Switzerland and France. Miss Emmeline Upson, who for years resided on Wooster street, left Satur day for Westfleld, Mass., where she will make her home with her nephew, John Upson. Misa Upson returned recent ly from a bIx weeks' visit In New York The Ladies Auxiliary of the (Deutsch Cesellachaft society will.give a (Charity in TTarmonic tall on the after- n of Nov. 6. The committee which numbers thirty ladies, meet on Tues day afternoon In Turn hall on State . etreet to arrange details for the whist. ajus Sadie Alcott, who has been in the New Haven hospital seven months intending to become a trained nurse, frias returned to her home in Thomas ton for needed rest. Miss Mary E. G. Davis, who has been the guest for a month of her cousin Mrs. Charles Aldrich of Wal lace street, West Haven, left Satur day for her home in Glencoe, N. Y. A family reunion was recently held at the home of Mrs. L. Dunbar on White street, Stratford. It was a sur prise farewell to Miss Kittie Foster, who left Oct. 11 for North Carolina, where she will spend some time with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lampson of West Haven have returned home'from a ten days t'rip to Jamestown. Baltimore and Washington, D. C. Edward C. Reopel of Bridgeport and ail2S Agnes Marcus of Avon avenue, Stratford, were recently married In' New Haven. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey of West Haven have been entertaining during the past week Mrs. George E. Upham of Waterbury, Miss Ida Emmons of Bantam and Mfes Ethel Emmons of New Haven. ' Ray Bennett of New Haven, former ly of Southport, has gone to Ada, Ohio, to attend college. George O. Ellis of Columbus Farms, Stratford, recently took a trip to Prov idence to help celebrate the 92d birth day of his sister. Mr. Ellis recently celebrated his 90th birthday, IA. A. Devlne of Church street, west Haven, has gone to Newark, N. J., for a stay of a few days. Mrs J. T, Patterson, jr., was the hostess at a very attractive luncheon given at her home in Mllford, Oct. 11, to announce the engagement of Miss Grace A. Merwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Merwin of Milford, to Mr. George Isywyn Stanford of German town, Pa, Mr. Stanford Is well known in this city and is employed at the East Side mill of ihe American Tube and Stamping coifpany, and lives on Golden Hill street. , The rummage sale given by the Mis sionary society of the Congregational church, Westviile, came to a success ful close after a three days' run. From the sale was realized about $30, which will be used to help pay for recushion- Ing of the church. Mrs.. James Bateman- and daughter, Miss Mary, of Brookfield, are visiting friends and relatives in New Haven. Miss Wilkinson and her niece, Miss Mildred Bissell, returned home to West Haven Saturday from a sojourn of sev eral weeks in Woodbury. Misses Agnes and Margaret Brown of Snratoga arethe guests of the Misses baran and Mary Mansfield on Whalle. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cros by on Savin avenue. Walter Sully of Lafayette street, Bridgeport, Is spending a few dnys with his father, Joseph Bultey,, of -New Haven. FOin BANDS DKOP OFT. Refuso to March In K. of C. Parade With Non-Union Players. Providence, Oct. 13. As the result of the presence of the SdvsntVi artill ery band from Fort Adam, a non union organization, in tha Knights of Columbus parade hoi'e to-day, tour other bands which nad been cngagtd for the parade dropped jut uprn or ders from the presi hnt of the local musicians' union, 1 V. Gambll. - The Seventh url'lcry band came hero with the Nepirt council c' Knights of "Columbu::, and 1,000 Knights from all ove1 the state, and cities in Massachusetts and Connecti cut gathered for the annual field .lay. The four bands whj 1 liusivl to march are' Providence ana V vn socket or ganizations. The parade was n;ld with but one band ofilclatlng, .hat from Fun-Adams. OFFICER DISABLED pose of it for $25. He was a guest of the Wright family, members of which met him white visiting In Canada last summer. BEXJAMIX COOPER'S RECOVERY. Did Not Die of Fractured Skull, as s Feared. Benjamin Cooper, son of Mr, and Mrs. Gatz Cooper, who several weeks ago had hia skull fractured by a fall in the rear of tha fat rendering com pany's plant at West River, has re covered and Is doing well, after treat ment at the New Haven hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper are very grate ful for the recovery of their son, as it was supposed for a number of days, while he was unconscious, that he would not live. maiiike rnscono. Port of New Haven, ARRIVED. " New London! Sell Minnie C. Alton. Sen Romeo (Br.), Uale, St. John, N. B. Sch Rnvola, (Br.), Findley, Storieham, N. S. Sch Sylvia C. Hall, Gay, Brunswick. ,R?,PIR?l.r)I?-LATOUT AND ASSESS ' -ML.NTS FOR EXTENSION OF RUS i SKLL STREET, FROM CLIFTON ,. STREET TO HEMINGWAY STREET! In accordance with provisions of Sec tion &1 of the Charter of the Citv of New Haven, notice is hereby given that the following report of the .'Department of Public works of layout and assessments for the extension of Russell street from Clifton street to Hemingway street, was accepted, or ders for the layout passed, and assess ments for the layout reported by the ioard of Aldermen September 80, 1907, ; approved by His Honor, the Mayor, Oc tober 4, 1907, and are duly recorded in ,the records of the Board of Aldermen. Attest: ! EDWARD A. STREET. - City Clerk. ;To the. Honorable Board of Aldermen i of the City of New Haven: , The Director of Public Works re spectfully reports, that as ordered by tho Board of Aldermen, he lias caused a survey and layout and an assessment 'of damages and benefits to be made tor ;the extension of Russell street, from ;tllftun stret to Hemingway street, and i the establishment of a grade thereon, the lines of which, as surveyed nnd laid out by him are described as follows. : viz. : The easterly lino commences at a point in the northerly line of Clifton si ret' t In 1 lio direct extension of the easterly line of Russell street south of Clifton street, as defined by the face of stone wall, and extends in a straight llneto ii point in the division line be tween the property of Georgia A. Rowe, and the property of Gustave Benson, and thence turning to the Jeft extends in a straight line to a point In the southerly line of Hemingway street and . passes through a point opposite to and s distant fifty-two and fifty-seven one hundredths (52.67) feet from the face of the brick foundation at the south west corner of the house, No. 705, meas ured in line with the sideof same house, also through another point opposite to and distant thirty-seven and fifty-nine . one hundredths. (37.59) feet from the brick foundation at the southwest cor ner of the house No. 757, measured in lino with the side of same house, also through another point opposite and dis tant thirty-two ana fifty-six one hun dredths (32.06) feet from tho brick toundatlon at the southwest corner, of the house No. 779, measured on line with the sideof said house. i ne westerly tine extendB from a point In the northerly line of Clifton street to a point in the southerly line of Heminaway street and is narallel with and tlfty (58) feet perpendlcular'y distant, from the above described eas terly line. The lines of the above described ex tension are fully shown by the red lines upon a map or the said extension on Ale In the office of the City Engineer, dated February 18, 1907, and numbered No. 635, and the grade is shown by the red lines upon a profile map of the said extension on file in tho same office and dated June 6, 1907, which map and pro file map, dated and numbered as above described, is made part of this layout: The .amount of land taken for said extension is fully shown upon said map. AH parties affected by said extension and the establishment of a grade there on were duly notified and given full op portunity for a hearing in the case. The report of the Bureau of Compensation upon said extension and the establish ment of a grade thereon, i herewith transmitted, and, after careful consider ation, the Director respectfully recom mends the adoption of this layout, and and the arsessment of damages rec ommended In the accompanying report of the1 Bureau of Compensation. . Respectfully submitted. : v I , , ; JAMES B. COE, Director of Public Works.' To the Director of Public Works of the . City of NewHaveh: The Bureau of Compensation, to whom was referred the order of said Director, bearing date the 19th of June, A. D. 1907, directing the assessment and determination by this Bureau of all damages and benefits t accrue to all parties interested by the extension of Russell street from Clifton street to Hemingway street, and for the estab lishment, of a grade thereon, hereby re spectfully report: That we have at tended to the duty assigned us, that we caused reasonable notice to bo given to all persons Interested in said public improvement, in all respects pursuant to tne provisions or tne cnaner of sain city, to appear before us and bo heard in reference thereto; and we fully heard at the time and place specified in said notice all persons who appeared before ua. And wo do further assess and deter mine the damages and benflts equal to all other persons or parties interested In the foregoing proposed public Im provement, to wit: Hygienic Ico Co., George E. French, secretary. . 1 . Cnrl J. Earlson, Carl E. Carlson, John A. Wagman, National Savings Bank, Julius Twlss, Sc-c.-Treas. New Haven County National Bank, Eseklel (i. Stoddard, Pres. . Peter E. Carlson, George ,D. Farvoid. " , Albln Samuelson, i Gustare W. Erlckson.' Charles E. Carlson. , ' . Ida C. Thornberg, Andrew Johnson. Mary Ostrum. Gustave Benson. 1 Mary A. Russell, Oorgo A. Rowe. Kate Ei Kurd. V.dward! B. Howe, Giles A. Messenger, Frederick B. Hemingway, , Willis E. Hemingway. City of New Haven, Augut 1, 1907. FKKDKRICK c. lum. J NO. C. PUNDERFORD, EDWARD YV. BALDWIN, j Bureau of Compensation. Board of Aldermen, August 30. 1907. Read for the first time and ordered printed in the .Journal. ' A. OSWALD PALLMAN, Assistant City Clerk. Board of Aldermen. September 3(T, 1907. Read for second, report accepted, or ders passed and assessments laid as re ported. A. OSWALD PALLMAN, Assistant City Clerk. City of Now Haven, October 4. 1907. Approved. olO 3t JOHN P. STUDLEY, Mayoor. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. ORDINANCE DE TICKET SPECULA TION. In compliance with Sections 35 and 129 of the Charter of the City of New Haven, notice Is hereby given of tno approval of the following ordinance of the City of New Haven: , Section 19 A: 1. All tickets of admission to public places of amusement, performance, sport, exhibition or-athletic contest shall have printed on them in a conspicuous manner the price for which they are to be sold and the date or dates for whicn thev are Issued. 2. No person, persons or corporation shall sell or offer for sale in or upon any street, park, alley, or other public place in the City of New Haven, any ticket, privilege or license of admission to any place of public amusement, per formance, sport, exhibition, or athletic contest; nor shall any person, persons, or corporation sell or offer for sale any where within said city of New Haven any ticket, privilege or license of ad mission to any, placeot puouc amuse ment, performance, sport, exhibition or athletic contest at a ptfee greater than the price printed thereon, or at a' price greater than tiie actual nxea pnc ui admission to such place of publio amusement, performance, sport, exhibi tion, or athletic contest. . 3. Anv oerson. nersons or comoration violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be flnert not less tnan $10.00 nor more than $100 for each of fense, and tho sale of each ticket sold in violation of any provision of this or dinance shall constitute a separate and distinct offense. i ' 'Board o1 Aldermen, . -August 30, 1907. Read for the first time, and ordered printed in tho Journal. A. OSWALD PALLMAN, , Assistant City Clerk. Board of Aldermen. . - . September 30, 1907. Read for the second time, accepted, ordinance adopted by a majority vote of all aldermen present and abssnt. A. OSWALD PALLMAN, Assistant City Clerk. City of New Haven, . October 8, 1907. Approved. JOHN P. STUDLEY. Mayor. The foregoing Ib a true and correct copy of record, and said ordinance will become operative and in full effect on and after October 15. 19)7. ' Attest: EDWARD A. STREET, olO 3t City Clerk. NOTICE. TVio' TJilrAaii nf Comoerisatlon TVill 'hold a public hearing in Room 10, City nan, uctooer in, u, .ai u u. m., on the assessment . of benefits and damages for the establishment of a building line on both sides of Dwlgnt street, from Chanel street to Goorgo street. BCREAU OF COMPENSATION, B. N. BLATCHLEY. 019 3t Clerk, i (ait MB i IV Li V OCTOBER 6, 1007. For New York 4:20, 4:45, 5:00, x5:55, x6:50, x7:20, S:00, x8:20, 8:45, 9:35, 10:00, 10:30, ll:22,-a. m. 12:03, 12:10, p:22, 1:25, 2:03, 2:25, 3:47, 3:52, ll:22, 4:35, 5:03, 6:35, 6:)3, 6:42, 7:03, Y:52, 8:22, 9:03, 9:20 p. m. Sundays "4:20, 4:45, .x7:66, SO, ?-,m".V2.:00' i!1;42- l:55. 2:03, 3:62, li35', x(;;10' 6:45. 7:03, 7:6a. 9:03, 9:20 p. m. Wnaliinsstoa via Harlem River 1:00, p. m 12:00, night, dailv. For Boston via Hartford and Willi junnde 10:07, a. in., 4:0&'p. m., , For Ronton via New London anil Providence 2:42, 2:55, 7:47, II9-4J 11:42, a. m., n2:05 '112:42 4i2,',A4:.6,3Vrll6:,42' 7:05' P- taSunaiyJ r220.', c2,:55,'- J 11:53- .. '12:06, 2:55, 4:53, 7:05 p. m. ' ?" Boston via Sprinsfleld 1:10,' 11:11, a. m., 1:46 6:46, p. m. Bun days '1:10 a. m. '1:45, B:46, p. m. For Hartford, Springfield, Etc. 'l'lO X4:00, 0:35, 7:45, 'lO, il:ll, a. m. xl:01, M:45, 3:10, '4:05, x5:0, 5-4 6:0S (to Hartford), 7:10, x8:10, 9:62 p. m. Sundays 1:10, x9:05, xll:45. a. m. 1:45, '5:46., 7:19, x8:06, x9:25, p. m. For New London. Etc. 2:20. J-gB. L:4,7,' ,H9:42' t0 Saybrook) 111:42 a. m. 2:05, 2:4J, '2:55 3:)S :20,,'4:53, 5:38, 8:10, (to Saybrook) !6:42. M0:u0, 11:36, (to Saybrook), p m. Sundays 2:20. 2:55. 8:B2. im's? r. w. ato.nc ftn.cv ,.rn a " ' . j,,., fa.uu, -.ua, -.odf p. m. For Allddlctonn, WlUlmantlo, Etc. 7:S5 a. m., 12:68, 5:36, (to WorcesUr and Fltchburg), 6:55, p. m. Sunday 7:20 p. m. - . .Fit Shelbnrne Falla, Etc. 7:44 a. m 12:21, (to New Hartford), 4:01, 6:54. (to Westfleld) p. ro. -. - For Waterbury 8:00. '9:32, a. m. 12:01, 2:58, 5:45, 7:41 p. m. Sundays 8:25,11:15, a. m.,6:46, 8:50 p. m. vr Winsted 9:32, a. m., 12:0'L 2:85, 6:43, 7:40 p. m. Sundays 8:25 a, m.. 6:45 D. m. For Plttsfleld and Intermediate Point ,6:55. (via Bridgeport), 9:32, a. m.. 4:05 p. m. Sundays 7:65 (via Bridgeport) a. m. ' For LlU-bfleld 9:32, a. m., 4:05 p. m. Sundays 7:55 (via Bridgeport) a. m. . Express trains UParlor car limited. , -xLocal express. W. G. BIFRD. F. C. COLEY. , Gen. Sunt. . Aiat. Gen. Pas. Ajtt. NOTICE. Th Bureau of Comnonsatioti will hold 4 public hearing in Room 10, City Hall, October 15, lfO". at 8 , o'clock p. m. on. the assessment of benefits and damages for the establishment of ft building line o.i both sides of Dwlghfc street, from Chape,l street to George street. BUREAU OF COMPENSATION. ' Oil 3t B. N. BLATCHLEY, Clerk. In Service Nearly Twenty-Five Years and Stay be Retired. Patrolman James E. Doolittle of the Dixwell avenue precinct has been as signed by Chief Wrinn to inside duty at that station on account of the fact GENEHAL SHIPPING NEWS. New York. Oct. 1;!. Arrived : Steamer Columbia, Glasgow and Moville. Cape Race. N. -v., Oct. 13. Line steamer Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, from Bremen for New York, was IBS east of Cape Race at 10:30 a. m.;wlll dock 6 p. m. Tuesday. New York, Oct. 13. Steamer Caronla, from Liverpool and Queenstown- for Now York wag 1.271 miles east of Sandy Hook lightship at 9 p. m. on the 12th; ,,,', l rK i:alJ a. m V eilnesd.iy. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. PROPOSALS FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL BUILDING ON GREENE STREET, NEAR WOOSTER PLACE. Office of the Board of Education, 87 Orange Street. . New Haven. Conn., Oct. 11, 1907. ' Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Board of Education, 87 Orange street, Now Haven, Conn., until Friday, November 1, 1907, at 8 o'clock p. rn., at wliioh time they will be open ed by the Board of Education in public meeting for mason work, carpenter's and Joiner' work, plumbing, gas fitting, painting, heating and ventilating, re quired in the erection, completion and finishing of a public school building to be erected on Greeno street In this city. Bids will bo received for one or more Of the trades or for tho entire building including all of the trades. . ... .- ; 1 Phins and specifications may be ob tained at the office of the architects, Brown & Von Beren, 865 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. The board reserves the right to reject all bids or waive any defects in same It U DO ueemeu to tne interest ui in? city so to do. 1 , GEO. T. HEWLETT, ol2 3t Secretary Board of Education. la New Haven Line flD NEW YOIUC, THE rUflSOUTH AND WEST FARES REDUCED. STEAMER RICHARD PECK. From New Haven Leave Bolle Dotfk daily, except Mondays, 1 a. rn. From New Yerk Leave Pier 20, East River, foot Peck Blip, 3:45 p. m., fmt Eaet 22d street 3 p. m. daily, except Sundays. . Time between New ' Haven andi'New York about five hours. ' Tickets and stateroem at Bishop . & Co.'s, 185 Orange street, also at Bello Dock and on Steamer. , OEO.--C. BLACK, Agent. New Haven. . F. C. COLEY, Gen. Pass. Agt., N. Y. ; $50.00 TO EUROPE, pAnd upward, flrst-closs. Great op portunity at present for groins abroad. Reserve staterooms and purchase tickets of BISHOP " & CO., direct agents,' 183-185 Orange Street. TOUflS TO JAMESTOWN EX . ' POSITION, $34.00. , Six-day trips, September 30, Octo ler 14-28. , The Recreate Toarfst Comian: : 185 Oranse St.i New Haven,- Coon. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. PROPOSALS FOR PUBLIC ASSEMBLY HALL BUILDING, CORNER WIN CHESTER AVENUE AND IVY STREET. Office of the Board of Education, 87 Orange Street. ' New Haven, Conn., Oct. 11, 1907. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Board of Education, 87 Oranire street. New Haven, Conn., until Friday, November 1, 1907, at 8 o'clock p. m.j at which time they will be opened by the Board of Education in publio meeting for carpenter's and joiner's work, mason work, plumbing, gas tit tlng, painting, heating and ventilating required In tho erection, completion and finishing of -an Assembly Hall building on the northwest cornor of Winchester avenue and Ivy street in this city. Bids will be received for one or more of the trades or for the entire building Including all of the trades. Plans and specifications may be ob tained at tho office of Foote & Town send, architects, 902 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. The board reserves the right to re ject all bids, or waive any defects, in same, it it be deemed to the interests of the city so to do. -,.' G. T. HEWLETT, ol2'3t Secretary Board of Education. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. White Star Line NEW YORK-gUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOaL , Celtic. Oe. 17. Arabic, -Oct. SM.( Baltic, Oct. 81. Cedrlc, JTov. 7. CeHle, Nov. 14. Arabic, Nov. 21 and southwest at Dover 8 p. m. ho !, Wr,mo dUnlilnd thrn.h I il . Pn.' Oct. 13. Arrived: Steam- .... -- ,ei rnesiami, Liverpool via Queenstown tne growtn ot varicose veins, ine 01- i irow Head, Oct. 13. Steamer Kroon- flcer has been In the service of the- Irm .Now York for Dover .lonnrtmnnt slnpo VnvAmher. 1 S S 2. WerP- WaS 135 miles "";" ; " "J . ' , ' if-P- m-! will reach and next month will have been on . Monday. V,a frra lnnn- cUfMicrh trt fA An I Gil)raltar. C)ot 11 Pna-aorl. Gnomno pension. It is understood that he will i ov iMtlnT, r2.rlJ f.or Na?lel, "ntl 9e 1 m- exoep,t " Saturdays, when the hall , t., n., hi hAn .ml i m' i, ?"la Trlcsta and Flume tor ; will be closed at 1 p m. " I Ul TAXPAYERS ( Are hereby notified that the Board of Assessors of the City of Now Haven, will be in session at Boom No. 8, City IT. ill, every week day from October 1, 1907, until November 1, 1907, inclusive, for the purpose of receiving lists of all persons owning property, real and per sonal, subject to taxation in this city. If anv rsident tavDaver neirlects or refuses to hond in list made and sworn I to as' prescribed by law (sickness or iibsence from the city being no excuse)' the assessors must take out list, and add thereto ten per centum, as required by law. Power of attorney cannot be made use of in making oath to list, nor can the husband make oath to list of prop erty of the wife, In which he has no interest, nor contrariwise, the wife for the husband. Each parcel of real estate must be separately described. umee nours irora a a. in. until 4 p continue in the service until then and will ask for retirement on pension He is fifty-one years of age. avenue. About ten years ap-o ' Miss Aernes Brown was a teacher in the Westviile school, but after resigning! from that Institution removed to Sara toga, where she has since resided. Mrs. Clarence F,. Thompson is spend ing a few dnrs in New Yurk with her niece, Mrs. Butterfield. Mrs. J. J. NiJes has returned to East Hampton irom a visit in New Haven, being accompanied home by Miss Grace Markham. ' , Mr. and Mrs. George Vandererrlft of Now Haven have moved to Bridgeport find have taken up a residence On Lib erty street, near Broad. Mr. Vander grlft has secured a 'position with the Granhopone comnany. Charles' Norton of Troy. N. Y., and Mr, Potter of Syracuse, N. Y., have been FORMER SOLDIER A THIEF. Hartford, Oct. 13. Paul Vreeswyk, who claims to have been an officer in the body guard of Queen Wilhelmina of HouHTud, was arraigned In the po lice court Saturday charged with tha theft of a valuable art treasure from the home of Mrs. E. M. Wright of this city. He pleaded guilty and was bound over to the superior cnurt un der bonds of $1,500. Vreeswyk stole a picture of the Madonna, by Cimabue, which is said to be between E00 and 600 bcitly. Oct. 13. Passed: Steamer Statendam, Rotterdam, for New York. Brow Head.. Oct. 13. Wirelessed: Steamer Minnehaha, New York for Lou don. Moville, Oct. 13. Arrived: Steamer Caledonia. New York for Glasgow (and proceeded). Liverpool, Oct. 1 2. Arrived: Stnmer Caledonian, Boston for aMnchtester. Naples, Oct. 11. Arrive-: . Stssmcr Pannonls N?" Vo' Queenstown,' Oct 13. Saifed: Steam er Cmbria, Kaw York. Kilned: EDWARD F. MERRILL, OSCAR P. IVES. .lOHN J. HOGAN. TIMOTHY F CALLAHAM, FREDERICK L. LEFH, ol-unti;-nt Board of Assessors., NEW LONDON M AMINE XOTES. New London. Oct. IS. Arrived: Tug Frederick E. Ives with seven Ivjrg -s from west. S.nlled: Tli-s H. A. Bnxtrr, with two barges bound west; Gertrude, with four year3 old and endeavored to dfc- j Wakh" bound west. NOTICI3. Notice is hereby given of a public hearing bv the Bureau of Compensation to he held in Room 1), City Hall, Octo ber I,". 1901, at 8 o'clock p. m. at that time and nlace, opportunity will be giv en to nil "who desire to be heard in re lation t'i the assessment of benefits for the laving of pavement on Broadway, from Yc-fc street to Dlrwell avenue, nnd on Elm street, irom York street to Park street BritEAt OF cr.MPH"-".T10N, B. N. BLATCHLEY. olO 3t Clerk. ; PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURG-SOUTHAMPTON Teutonic, Oct. 10, 10 n. m. Nov. 13. Oeennlo, Oct. 28. U:!iO nl m.J Nor. 20. Miijcxtie, Nov. 30, 10 n. m. Nov. 37. jAilrliitlc, Nov. O, BiSO a. in.; Dec. 4. IINew, 25,000 tons; has elevator, Gym nasium, Turkish Baths. 'Band. BOSTON-QUEENSTOWN-UVERPOOL Fnat Tvrlu Screw Mnll Slenntera, of 11.400 to 15.800 tone. CYMRICNov. 0, lOiSO n. m.J Dee. 4. MEDITERRANEAN via AZORES, From New Yorki REPVin.IC, Oct. 24, 3 t. m. Nor. SO. CRiTlC) Nov. 7, nimai Dec. 11, Mar. 28. CEDRIC, Jan. 4, Feb. 15. From Boatoni ROMANIC. Oct. 26. 2 n. m.; Bee. 6. ANOPIC, Nov. 10, 7:30 a. m. Jnn. 11. tot plain, etc., apply to Coiupuu' Olltcr, U ilruiulniij, M. k. or 84 State SU India Building, Boston, or to Sweems Ac Kftlscy, 102 Church street. Bishop Jk Co., 1FS Orange etreet; 3. H. Parish A Co , 4 Crnnge utretit. New Haven, m25 mwf FRENCH LINE. Coinpusuie Ueuvrule Truunotiautlqae. Direct Line to HAVRE PARIS, France. Bulling every THURSDAY, 10 a. m. From Pier 42, North River, New York. ' La Touralne -. ......Oct. 17 La Irfrraine Oct. 24 La Pavoie Oct. 81 La Provence ; ,.Nov. 7 T.a Touralne '.....,... .'Nov. 14 La Lorraine ,. Nov. 21 La Gnscone . ., .". . Nov. 9, 3 p. m. Twin-screw pteamers. liilra SollliiKa. La Gascogne t Oct. 12, 3' p. m, La Bretagne Oct. 26, '8 p. m. Apply-to French Line, 19 State St., N. Y. or Swceaey & Kelsey, 102 Church St, Bishop & Co., 188 Orange St., Parish & Co.. 80 Orange St, Twin-Screw - London via Plymouth. Paris via Cherbourg. Hamburg Passenger Oot. 19 Oct. 13 Oct. 17! Oct. 19 1 Oct. 24' Express and Service. Bluecher . . . II Pretoria Amerlka . . . (iPatrtcia .... Deutschland P. Lincoln..... Oct. 2S Kaiserin ...... Oct. 21 Waldersee .... Nov. 2 Among special features of these ves sels are: Grill Room, Gymnasium, Palm Garden. Rltn-Carlton Restaurant, Ele vators. Electric Bath; . ( Sails to, Hamburg direct. ' '' - REDUCED RATES $50 AND UPWARD AO CORDING TO STEAMER AND LOCATION. Gibraltar Naples Genoa Alexandria via Gibraltar Moltke . . . , HamjbuHg . , Batavla . ; . Moltke Pi Lincoln Hamburg , Ba tavla . . . . Oct 15 . Nov. t . Nov. 21 Nov. 29 , Deo. 5 Jan. 4 a. 14 Jan. Special trip by S. S. Hamburg, Jan. 4 and Feb. 15. To Italy in 8 Days By S. S. DenUcblamd, Feb. , 'OS. Grand Wlater Crulsee to the Orient Wnt Indies. Superb Nile Scrvtoe by: new stenmere.. Tourist Bnrean for gciM ernl Information. ..,,'. .. ' Travelers' Checks Good All Over th Worid. .- JAMAICA COLON SOUTH PACIFIC Kingston, Colon, Savanilla, La Guayra, Trinidad, Barbados, Southampton. La Plata. . .Oct. 19 I Orinoco. . .Nov. 16 Tagus Nov. .2 Atrato ....Nov. 30 Luxurious Steamers of 6,000 tons ac commodating first and second cabin TH; ROYAL WAIL STEAM PACKET CO. and steernge passengers. Sailing 3 p. m., Pier 50, N. R., West 12th Street. Sanderson ft Son., 22 State street, N. Y., Foster D"lievolse, Flat Iron build in?. N. Y. ; Bishop Sr C., 185 Oranere street; Sweeney & I.ilsey, 102 Church street AMERICAN LINE Plymouth Clwrboar Southampton From New York Saturdays at 8:80 a. m. Phtla., Oct. 1. New York. Nov. 2. St. Paul, Oct 26. I St. Louis, Nov. S. RED BTAK JANM New York Dover Antwerp, Finland, Oct 19. I Kroonland, Nov. . Yaderland, Oct 26 I Zeeland, Nov. 20. Office, 9 Broadway, JTew York city. Pier 14 and IB., N. R., N. Y. City. Bishop & Co., 185 Orange St; M. Zun der & Sons. 249 State St.; J. H. Parish & Co., S6 Orange St.; Sweeiey & Kel seyt 102 Church St.. New Haven, eg a t( StaHn'3 N.Y.&N.H.Llne P.lBSKNUIitt A.M) HIUtxMT SKltVICB Uaveg New Haven tt:00 p. m., Star! Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leavti ' New York :00 p. m, Cortland Btree Tlnr Kn 1ft. X. H. Fur ''r.. AvnurAli.-, . . . . . . n ? 1. , n . t. . , , i . el street can to Brewery btreot r n. itishh-.b. Ami . . '. . Mw Uav. Voaja