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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1907.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. REAL ESTATETRftNSACTIONS I Ol63;fei6elbers. 135-137 MR TEMPLE ST. '. . ( HIGH-CLASS , GERMAN RESTAURANT. - Imported Beers a Specialty. Business Men's Noon Lunch 50 Cents. HUNGARIAN GYPSY ORCHESTRA. A. D. BELL Proprietor HANDY' S NEW HOTEL DAVENPORT AMERICAN and ECROPEAN FLAN. CAFE A LA CAETE. MUSIC EVENINGS, 6 TO 12. Corner Orange and Court Streets. TELEPHONE 128. ONE CENT A WORD FOR EACH INSERTION. FIVE CENTS A WORD 'for SEVEN DAYS. DEEDS AS RECORDED Warrantees, Quit Claims, Mort gages and Permits Issued. Advertise Your Wants in These Columns. Results Will Follow. The following real eotata transac tions were recorded in the town clerk's office yesterday: Warrant)' Deeds. New Haven Real Estate Co. to An nie D. Hoffnian, land with buildings, Henry street, 120 feet. GALEN HALL. Hotel nnt Snniitorluin, Atlantic City. , t , Elegant stone, brick and steel build Ins. Always Open. Always Ready. A Ways Busy. INVEST YOUR PENNIES AND WATCH THE RESULT. 14 Hotel Garde Opposite Union Depot, NEW HAVE.N. CONN. Connecticut's Largest Ho'.cl Dinner 12-2:15, 60 Cents. New Tontine Hotel ORCHESTRAN EVENINGS. Special attention given to banquets; weddings and private parties. Euro pean plan. Booms from $1.00 up. GEORGE T. WHITE Proprietor. EDUCATIONAL. Twenty-fourth Year. mm CM'" T. . C. A. BUILDING. 1B2 Temple Street Sidney Ferlln Butler, President, MISS GLENDINNING'S School for Boys and Girls " 201 Bishop Street. New Haven Dancin? Academy L. II. NEWMAtf, INSTRUCTOR. Waltz, 2-step and 8-step taught for J5. Pavmont to suit pupils. Be ginners start any time. Office hours: 11-12 a. m. 1-5 and! 7-10 p. m. 763 CHAPEL STREET. Over HoWo Stetson Stores. , EDWARD P. BRETT, ; BUILD Ell AND CONTRACTOR. Sawing, Turning and Jobbing in -Woodof All Kinds. "Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Pack ing Boxes. ' 7 PROn STREET. ; ' s ; KEY FITTING Gun and Locksmithing. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO 68 Center St., E H. Gassett, Mgr, Souvenir 1 and Post Cards J.A. McKee's 930 Chapel Street.1 FOR SALE ! Two-Family House 317 Dixwell Av. All Improvements. fL h a & M i I s e vi M A ROOM 42 CHURCH ST. General Insurance, Real Estate, Loans. TELEPHONE 3326. . 151 TO 155 CHURCH STREET. RESTAURANT. Luniheon. 11:30 urvtll 2 o'clock. . ORCHESTRA EVENINGS. Service a la Carte. LOUIS METZGKR CATERING CO. m Nonpareil Laundry C3, (Incorporated.) HIGH-CLASS WOH We do the work for the leadhs faia I iies and stores. 271 BlaicMsr Af., He' ten Com. "Comfort Without extravagance." " HOTEL WOODSTOCK W.4325KENEWYDRK TWELVE ' STORY FIRE PROOF TRANSIENT HOTEL rooms with running water,$1.60 and up with bath, $2 and up. suites, $3 and up write for particulars. Wire for reservations, our expense. W. H. VALIQUETTE, Manager. ALSO THE BERWICK. Rutland, wt. ENGRAVED VISITING CARDS I , --'. and .. i .. ADDRE.SS DIES W. L. WIGHTMAN 101 ORANGE S. .... . " ' R.oom 1. 1st Floor. John R, Rente & Co, Commercial Stationers. 262 STATE STREET 2C0, IE 3 a 1 U IS U EUROPEAN QUIET lOHUllV "1 ill THE IIEPI ' foil . Office Quit Claras. National Savings bank to Benarah P. Bacon, land with buildings, Chapel street, 22 feet. , Charlotte F. Upsomto H. A. Warner! land with buildings, Springfield.stroet, 60 feet.' Simon Pensky , to Itocco Petrillo ct vs.., land, Davenport avenue, l'i feet. ; Connecticut Savings bank to JIocco Petrillo et ux., land, Davenport flve nue, 48 feet. Heil Hoadley to Jano Footc Hoa.l lej land with building?, Fountain street, 140 feet. Simon Persky to Maria Petrillo, land, Oak street, 42 .feet. Thomas F. Dunlap to Rooco Petrillo et ux., land with buildings, Davenport avenue, 16 ,feet. Mortgage' Dcctls. Roceq Petrillo et ux. to Then. .1. Ac kerman, land with buildings, Daven port avenue, 4(5 feet; $7,500. Hari, Hoffman et ux. to New Haven Real Estate Co., land with buildings, 120 feet; $1000. SHAW FOR CHAMBEB IIANQIT.T. Ex-Secretary Hcaii Speakers' List for November 11. . Leslie III. Shaw, former secretary of the treasury,' will be the head 'liner on the list of speakers at the, annual banquet of the Neiv Haven Chamber of Commerce; to be held at Harmonic hall.' His subject will' oe, "A Forgot ten Market for the Product of Our Labor." , , ' , Another speaker who has accepted President Warren's invitation Is Rev.' Dr. William Douglas Mackenzie, presi dent of the Hartford Theological sem inary. He is a man ot wide informa tion and always. an Interesting speak er. His subject is "Value and Prices." Champ F. Andrews, a lawyer ' of New York city and a ,man who has traveled extensively, wfll also be heard. There are to be other speak ers, but as President Warren has, not received from all their acceptances, tho list is not yet completed. The' banquet will be held at 6:30 o'clock in the evening, and before the banquet there will be an informal re ception at whioh all the members of the Chamber of Commerce will be given an opportunity at meeting the speakers and other Invited guests. CITY MISSION Sunday Schools to Welcome Judge Cleaveland. In the City Mission hall on the fom ing Sunday morning, the Mission Sun day school Is to welcome Its superin tendent, Judge Livingston W. Cleave land, who returns this week from a trip abroad. ' Tho sBBsinn. onenlne promptly at o'clock, will Include special music by tho orchestra, recitations and a brief address by Rev. Isaiah W. Sneath, pas tor of the Grand Avenue Congrega tional church. LEGAL NOTICES. Dlst of ew Haven, ss. Probate Court, .November 1, 1907. ESTATE OF HENRY M. ALLING, lato of N6W Haven, in saiu j-huiui, uo ceased. ; .. Court of Probate for said District, there will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, on the 15th day of January, A. D. 1908, at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon (unless previously disposed of at private sale), the following real es tate of said deceased, situated in the town of New Haven, viz: Easterly by Hallock avenue, fifty feet; (50); south erly by Daniel 3- Knowles, one hundred and fifty feet (160); westerly by Cor nelia Jlv. iturioun, imy jooi u;, .. - V, .. n t ttn4n a T.lnrtTturA On1 old one hundred and . thirty-iseven feet (137); soutneny Dy .uzuDcin r. t-iBuii and Michael J. Casey, fifty feet (50); hv Tome, rttncklno nnn hun dred and thirty-seven feet (137). Sale to tane piaco on me premises in said New Haven, Terms made known at time of sale. , DAVID R. AL.LINQ, n2 It Administrator. Disk, of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, (jctoner aw. imi. ESTATJE OF JAMES FELLOWES, late of New Haven, In said District, deceased. Mn.re-fl.rtMcCoun Fcllowes. trustee, having made written application for an order authorizing and empowering her to sell and convey certain real estate of said deceased as by said applica tion on file In this Court more fully appears, it Is ..,,,, ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 2d. day of No vember, 1907, at ten o'clock In the fore noon, and that public notice of the pen dency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be given by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a cir culation in said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON, 031 3t Clerk. Dlst. of Now Haven, ss. Probate Court, uctoDer an. jaui. ESTATE OF E. HUGGINS BISHOP, late of New Haven, In said: District, de ceased. Jane M. Bishop; et als., of New Haven, having made written application pray ing that administration cum testamento onnexo da. bonis non of said estate rr,ay be granted, as by said application, on file in this Court more fully appears, It Is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 2d day of Novem ber, 1907, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place Of the neartng tnereon, oe given to all parties interested in said es tate, ty puBUsning tnis oruer ujtus times in nwpaper having a clrcula- tlbn in slfl District. m in ss By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON. o31 3t Clerk. m SALE. One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. SfjtREW press for cutting cit saw tc?t!i 'with all tl'e p irts. Will ha sold at a bargain. i23 State streut. ul 2t PALMER ning-not in Al condition, can bo had verjMvasonab'.o. A. B., thla olfice. App'y by nustal. o30 7t I A l'OOT jig saw can bo bought for 53. Iiqtiie i.)., Jour-.'.al ana courier. LAr..V"3 sadilic, array saddle and bridle. llfflit dcubla set hani?s, and two runabout harnesses. Rear 151 nrart Icy strpet. 'Phono 90S-3, . o297t HANDSOME two-faml!v Dew house on l!as?ett rtrrt, near YlnencKter, very cheap. Mark.Rx-der, PU building. o2 7t PEOPLE'S Fish Market. oysters are very fine now, and we. have Stony Creeks, Clintons, Rocltaways. Blue Points, Buzzards Cav, opened to or der and In the shell, full line . of choicest sea foctl. IT, W. Wllsnn & Sons, 30 Congress avenue. o25 7t' BTmufo-r!la nIvhl" i.m toi uuap. 1. w., tnu oljio-. . , FOR SALE 1.000 set ratent Stove Hrlrk. F.vvry art Trtrrsrinl one rent. Orders received 783 ST AT 12 STREET, AUCTION SALE. One cent a' word for each Insertion, five cents a word ioi d fu., wek, rievun times. H. B. MALLORT, AUCTIONEER and Appraiser, 1122 Chapel SI. Telephone 23C0. House hold goods a specialty. A a4 tf. FURNiSHED ROOMS. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, sevon times. ... ... h-, , . 'I THE Roxbury; bachelor apartments, en suite or singlt:- 'Pleasantly located. Excellent management. S. W. Hurl burt, 1074 Chapel street. o25 7t . ' ' UNFURNISHED ROOMS. One cent a word for each lnsertiort five cents a word for a full week,-' seven times. . THREE unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. 905 Howard avenue. ,. . n2 2t FOR SALE OR RENT. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. v - - ; ' IF YOU list your property In my of- J nee, it wm e soia. xninit it over, Michael J. Goode, 69 Church street. ' . 025 lm I ..... FARM FOR SALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. FARMS for sale on trolley, one of thir- iy-nve acres. iNew six-room nouse, with barn; nice brook running through. Several thousand feet on trolley. George S, Crevye, 82 Church street. o26 "t COWLES SWORX IN. New Chief Finds Floral Horseshoe in His Office. Captain Henry D. Cowles of the detective bureau became chief of po lice yesterday. Although not sworn in until noon he entered upon his duties early, and his first official act vas the assignment of Detective Ser geant Dennehy as his successor to the captaincy temporarily. Ex-Chief Wrinn, who was aus piciously retired, did not come down to his office during the forenoon. Upon his arrival at headquarters the new chief found a floral horse shoe of roses and chrysanthemums awaiting him as the gift of Mrs. Coch ran of New York city, with a note of congratulations. The chief was at first puzzled a bit, but recalled that the sender was the proprietor' of an Oriental store in Chapel street ten or fifteen years ago, and that the remem brance was evidently in appreciation of his services in a burglary there. Shortly before noon another hand some, bouquet arrived from Col. George D. Post, one of the business men who was prominent In the arrangements for the testimonial dinner of ex-Chief Wrinn. Chief Cowles was formally sworn in by Mayor Studley at tne mayor's of fice as the clock struck 12 at. noon. All the members of the detective bu reau, who were on day rjuty, were present and a number of city officials and friends. The certificate of ap pointment and the resignation of Chief Wrtnn were then filed with City Clerk Street FOR RENT. One cent a word for ech Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. . p . IIOT'SE on Savin avenue; large rooms nnrl grounds, modern conveniences. tUleven rooms :$2S per month. Ap ply Alfred Powell, 602 Savin avenue, West Ttavon; E. B. Bradley, 212 York street, New Haven. . n2 7t l , TO RENT A five room flat with attic i room, all improvements. 218 Mansfield. ! street. o30 7t 1 A FINE, larse, new modern house, i , gothic style; containing 12 rooms i with all modern improvements; fin ished in Flemish oak and hardwood floors; beamed ceilings; three bath 1.: rooms; four fireplaces; steam heat. West of Whitney avenue on East 1 Rock road. Beecher Realty, 831 , Chapel. o26 7t JPJJCAJJONA JIR. PRKDERICK WELD will engaga the eervices of a limited number of pood singers for a chorus choir. Voices tried at 189 Oranse 8t REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. One cent a word for each insertion, five ... C(Jnt3 a word for a fuU weel !' times. -I I , ... , itiAU property at saennce sale to close an estate, 679 and 68U State street, near junction of Olive. Lot 60 foot front, 162 feet deep. One single and one double house. Splendid op portunity for Investment. Apply Theodore Potter, 7 Center street, 12 to 1 o'clock noon, 5 to 6 evening. o29 7t CENTRAL property at sacrifice sale to close an estate. 679 and 681 State .street, n-ar junction of Olive. Lot 60 foot front, 160 feet deep. One single and one double house. , Solondld op portunity for investment Apply Theodore Potter, 7 Croivn street, 12 to 1 o'clock noon, 5 to 6 evening. 023 7t BOATS AND LAUNCHES. MARINE Insurance on yachts of all kinds Frank H. Mason, Room 8, 82 Church street. ol0 lmo. FACTORIES FOR RENT. One nont a word for each Insertion, flv cents a word for a full week, seven tln.es. A LARGE three-story fretory, as n whole, or in parts to suit tenant. A. Podoloff, Exchange building. o25 7t ROOM with power and heat. After No. vemoer l, three . floors, 2,000 square feet each. . An exceptional opportun ity. C. H. Bird, 106 Park street. Oui 2w ANNOUNCEMENTS. Phone 8027-4 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., Goffe street. 8LEEMAN S RELIABLE EMPLOY MENT AGENCY, 763 Chapel St., es tablished 20 years. Largest, best in tho State. Best male and female help for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Ooen evenlnea. Tel. 142a. NDTICES. THE NEW YORK, NEW H.VVF.N AND HARTFOBP RAILROAD COMPANY. New Haven, Conn., October 29, 1907. To the Holders of the First Mortgage 6 per cent. Bonds of the New-London Steamboat Company, Due January 1, 1908, to January 1, 1916, Inclusive: The New York, New Haven and Hart ford Railroad Company will, on presen tation at its treasurer's office In the city of New Haven, Conn., or at the office of Messrs. J. P. Morgan & Co., in the city of New York, pay at par and ac crued interest to the date ot presenta tion the 6 per cent. First Mortgago Bonds of the New London Steamboat Company due January 1, 1908. January 1, 1909. . ' , January 1, 1910. jj'; i". ' ' '' ' January 1, 1911. is i i i r; i '!: .' January 1, 1912. ' ' !' ' "Mb ' : I ;' January 1, 1913. . ' .' "' ' ' ' ;: ; , January 1, 1914. ' .'" . January 1, 1915. January 1, 1916. THE NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN & HARTFORD R. R. CO., 029 tf By A. S. MAY, Treasurer. THIEF CAUSED FIRE. Meter Tapper's Blunder Endangers Tenement. i An attempt to tap a gas meter fired the four story tenement at 105 Lafayette street yesterday, and 'serious results might have followed but for j tho timely discovery of the blaze. After prying open the meter, the j thief' lighted a match to get. t.io money. He naa puncturea tne pipes, and the leak. of gas caused an explo sion. He fled, and the flames were gaining good headway when a tenant discovered them and called the chem ical engine from the Howard avenue house. The fire was consequently kept down and soon put out. If the Bnby Is Cutting Teeth, be sure and. use that old and well tried remedy, Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup, for children teething. It soothes tbo child, softens the guins, allays all pain, cures wind colic and Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. OFFICES FOR RENT. una cent a wora tor eacn live cents a word for a full week, seven times. dentistry omces, v thirty years standing, corner Chapel anu streets. inrtjw imo "" eneuite; toilet, etc. Inquire Mattoon, 808 Chapel street. o24 7t BOARD AND ROOM. One cent a woid for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. NICELY furnished rooms and bath. Good table board; homelike in every sense. 216 Orange street, between Kirn and Court street. : o9 lmo HELP WANTED MALE. One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full woek, seven times. . , . BOY wanted. The Saturday Evening Post wants a boy to receive orders, deliver copies, and make collections. High class customers In best neigh borhoods. No corner loafing with bad companions. .Good pay and short hours. Need not interfere with school duties. Call on ,Thursday before 6 o'clock at the Saturday Evening Post Agency, care of the Bancroft Foote Boys' club, Chapel street. nl ERRAND boy, salary 53.50. Norton & Sons, tailors, 978 Chapel street. 028 7t 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 requir ed Is what we teach you. Open even ings. New England Auto School, 73 Broadway. c 08 tf WANTED FOB XT. 9. ARMY, ABLE-BODIED unmarried men, be tween ages 21 and S5; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Applv Re cruiting Officer. 890 Chapel street, New Haven: 755 Main street,; Hart ford: 1022 Main street, Bridgeport; 191) Bank street, Waterbury, Conn. jlOtf REAL ESTATE. West Haven Building Lois Prices range from $3.00 to $8.00 a front foot Size of lot to suit pur chaser. . JL V, RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Oranga St. TO LET Itoonil top flour, bailatnff 434 Stata tree!, cor. Court. Good light, stead? power, freight elevator, md heat. 1 Specially equipped for light mtta fncturtnR. Kpftee to iralt tenants, fff n terra of yesr. Apply t Benj. R. English. 839 Chapel St, FOR SALE. A desirable one family bouse, Dwigrit street south of ChapoL 1 . J 0, PUNDERPORD, Ua CHURCH STRKKT. FOR SALE. 28 COURT STREET. Three-story dwelling house; good neighborhood; all modern improve ments. EDWARD SV1. CLARK, ,39 Church Street " FOR SALE. Two very desirable central houses, having every Improvement Situation excellent for a physician's office. Money to loan in sums to suit 'K G; HOADLE.Y.1 Room 14 Washlagtoa Building. 30 CHURCH STREET. . Open Evenings. WANTED Colored girl for waitress References required. Call 226 ChuroS street. , o81 at WANTED girl for general housework Inquire 433 Wlnthrop avenue. o25 7t WANTED an experienced, well recom mended waitress. Apply at 56 HUlV house avenue. 025 7t JrVANTETV fin. Mnt r. nrn n . . t. "", insertion, five cents a Word for a full week, gevei times. N . SILVERWARE, bicycle, parts' ana! stove parts to replate, John A. Peckv ham, 958 Grand avenue. ot lm BUYING ladies', gents' old clothes; gend postal. Sam Widder, 914 Grand ave4 nue. o91m JORjB .SreT.IPr.T run, rkvumUTm AGENCY, 23 Church street Telephona , j-i.i-.ifl wuuuecuuiia. juargeet Agency, male and female help supplied for mercantile and domestic, service foB any and all kinds of work. Sent any where. Open evenings.? ' JONES Select Employment Agency, 23 Biieei. xeiepnone 4111-12, Connecticut's largest agency, oldest and most reliable place in state; male and female help, all nationalities, supplied for mercantile and domestiJ service for any and all kinds of worK. sent anywhere. ALL good help snould call here. W supply all the best places and always need largs numbers. Sleeman's Re liable Employment Agency, 763 Chap v. vypn ov.ninff , . . t. inn tt . SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE One oent a word for each lnsertlonj fivo cents a word for a full week, seven! times. . waktku-situation by waitress; oil upstairs work. Call at 16 Jefferson! street. Ring Kelly's bell. 031 2t WANTED Situation as cook or to do general housowork. 553 State street, nl 2t REAL ESTATE-. mm TENTH-WAR 1 Within a mile of the City Hall, I have for sale four good one-family houses , at prices from $5,200 ; to $14,000. Call and let me tell you about them. THE OLD GALPIN STOR FOR SALE The Oldest Stove, Plumbing a Heating Business in New Haven. Il cated over , thirty years at 860 Stsj street. Select trade. Will be sold wij stock, fixtures and lease at a barga if sold at once. Good reasons for sej ng. MOOREHEIP & DONNELLY, S3 Church Street. Roai 20. NEW HAVELf FOR S' LE. Fine building lot on East Rock Ro Located west from Whitney avenue, f Judsori 6 kiauff, Room 402. S02 Chspsl 1 nNHwmnnafaMt 10VMloIm7 j 14 ROOM HOUSE I ; Very Central, j I