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NEW. HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1907.
tRAVELERS' 533 mis .GUIDE. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. . .MSfW .Wonderful. '3ptf$ v :f '.Sale of.....: fetJfe ' He is one of. the greatest collectors of Oriental Rugs in this country, a traveller and a connoisseur. He needs cash at once. Like many another whose business calls for big investments, he finds himself in temporary embarrassment, so he decided to unload a bit; to sell $100,000 Worth of Rugs at once. Our share was $20,000 worth. ' He said; . , Tm willing to sell every Rug for 1-4 Under the lowest price such Rugs have ever before sold for" There hasn't been such a sale of Oriental Rugs in " ) ' .' ' A 17.50 Meles Mat, for . . A $12.50 Nomad Rug, for . , . . A' $17.50 Tabriz Rug, size 2 feet, 9 x 1 foot 11, for A $19.50 Anatolian Rag, 'size 4 feet 2x2 feet 7, for A, $30.00 BeloochUtan Rug, size 6 feet 10 x 3 feet, for -A-f 30.00 eraband Ruj, size 4 feet 11 x 3 feet 1, for A I! 30.00 Kabistan Rug, size 5 feet 1x4 feet, for . A i 30.00 Kazak Rug, size 6 feet 9 x 4 feet 2, for . The Exquisite Eranco-Persianf RUGS SOMETHING NEW. We have the honor to introduce to New Haven the beautiful Franco-Persian Rugs that have never been shown here. We invite you to see them even if you never expect to buy one. Franco-Persian Rugs, as their name suggest, are made in France. - They are like Persian Rugs in color effect and have the same deep, rich velvet pile oHhe Finest Persian Hand-made Rugs. We can give no idea here of the color-glory nor texture-beauty of these Wonderful Rugs. They are made on a pe culiar loom invented by a Frenchman, but no one ever believed, that such effects could be attained . ; They're in all sizes from the full room size, to the small mats. r r fw 'M Q Art M CA AA There are also some beautiful Hall Runners among them. rHCe Kange trom 4l0.UU tO $lDlMJU PLANS MADE FOR , ZION M J. CHURCH Building Will be of Brick and Will Seat Nearly Five i Hundred. REFIGURING FOR SCHOOL Work Will be Started on Stores and Hall at West Haven - This Week. v Plans drawn by Architects Brown & Voh Beren are being figured for church for the Zion M. E. church, says the New England Bulletin. Plans call for a building of brick, 50x80 feet, with, auditorium seating 450 on the main floor and Sunday school rooms In the basement. Bids close Nov. 14. HAIR GOODS. MADE TO ORDER. If you are in need of any Switches, Pompa dours, Puffs, Curls, Coques or Gentlemen's Wigs, come and see me before you make your purchase. MARY E. fMO Chnpel St. Rooms 6-8. Tel. ' ' : 2 ? 111! A great collector has sent us r Vr-I1 jt $20,000 worth of Oriental Rugs KflmmVUS ; ! ' '. . - . .. .. - House on Cold Spring Street. Work will be started soon on the two-family house which Chas. T. Coyle will build for himself at 180 Cold Spring street. Will be a two and one half story frame building, 28x51 feet, with elate roof, etc. Owner buys ma terials and lets contracts. Contracts Let for House. Geo. W. iWarner has been awarded the general contract and R. Petrlllo mason work im connection with the two-family house to be erected on Or ange and Lawrence streets for Mar garet 'Eagan. Plans drawn by Archi tect C. E. Berger call for two and one half story frame building, 28x57 feet, provided with the usual conveniences. Refiguring New- School. Plans drown by Architects tAllen & Williams are being reflgured for the German Catholic schoolhouse to ho erected corner Audubon and State streets for St, Boniface German Catho lic Church society, will be of brick construction, two stories high, contain ing six rooms, and with a seating capa I city of 500. LENGEL. Hnlilnirer Building;. Tntc Dicvater. New Haven's Most Reliable Department Store New Haven for years. Note $ 5.00 5 9.00 $14.00 $100 $29.50 $21.75 $23.75 $25.00 Main Street Residence. Wnpl, Vioo Vieian nfnftjnf nn ilft rpsi- dene which John W. Warner will build on Main street, West Haven, for I. D. Marshall. Plans drawn by Architects Foote & Townsend call for a frame structure, two and one-halt stonies high, 30x40 feet, containing 12 rooms, provided with every modern conveni ence. J. L. ShermanSoit are the mason contractors and C. H. Marsh, painting. Plumbing and heating not let. ' . Winchester Avethie House. ' Work has been started on the two family house which G, L. Clark will build on Winchester avenue' for Miss Margaret E. Connor. Will be of frame Construction, two and one-half stories high, 22x48 feet, provided with the usual conveniences. C. E. Berger, arch itect. Alterations to Brunford House. Plans drawn by lArchitect C. E. Ber ger are being figured for the addition and alterations to the one-family house at Branford for T. J. Toole. Will bs of ;rame construction, two and one-half MARCEL WAVING. AH ladles of good taste know that nothing is so becoming for any kind of hair-dressing or coiffure rs a soft, natural-looking marcel wave. It Is a fact thnt many ladies have lost their interest because of being de ceived by so-called hair dressers. Marcel waving is not a matter of taste and skill alone it requires strength to do it thoroughly. If you wish to have your hair prop erly waved and dressed, coll at my parlors. I guarantee a perfect marcel wave. I have a man expert with good taste and skill and also with the strength requisite for work of this kind. ' the prices with REAL market A $42.50 Shim Rug, size 6 feet x 3 feet 9. for A $50.00 Senhi Rug size. 4 .fet 8 x 3 feet 5, for . A $57.50 Bokhara Ruj, sizs 5; feet 1x4 feet, for . An $80.00 Cashmere Ru. s!.xe 9 feet 6 x 7 feet 1, for A $100 Saruk Ruj, size 6 feet 10 x 4 feet 4, for , , A $125.00 Khiva Rug, size 6 feet 3x7 feet, for . A $179.00 Mahal Rug, size 10 'feet 4 x 8 feet 4.' for A $325,00 Serapi Rug, size 12 feet 9 x 9 feet 1, for stories high, 4xl8; feet; containing six fOOmS, Residence at West Haven. Work has been started on the resi dence which J. iW. Warner will build for himself on Center street, West Ha ven,. Will be of frame construction, two and one-half stories high, 28x26 feet. J. L. Sherman & Son are the mason contractors. Houso on Whalley Avonue. Work has been started on the two family house which A. N. Sasso Will build for himself on Whalley avenue. Will be of frame construction, two and one-half stories high. Mansfield Street Housei Geo. W. Warner has work started on the one-family house which he will build for A. C. Kaiser on Mansfield street. Will be a two and one-half story frame building, 23x34 feet, pro vided with the usual conveniences. A. N. SassO is the mason contractor. Contract for Houston Street House. C. I. DIckerman has been awarded the general contract for the one-family house to be erected on Houston street for Mrs. Martha R. White. Will be of frame construction, two and one-half stories high, 24x58 feat; Cedar Hill Avenue House. Work has been started on the two family house which G. X Fitzgerald will build at IS Cedar Hill avenue for A. F. Lindstrom. Plans drawn by Architect C. E. Joy call for a two and one-half story frame building, provid ed with the usual conveniences. H. E. Warner, jr., is the mason contractor. Resilience on Edgehill Road. Word has been started on the resi dence which A. S. MeWilliams will build for himself on Edgehill road. Plans drawn by Architects Foote and To.vnsend call for a two and one-half story frame building. 82x40 feet. H. E. Warner, jr., is the mason contract or. nouse on Dlxwell Avenue. John A. Oustafson has work startPd on the two-familv hou?e which he wiil build for himself on Dixwell avenue. Plans call for a two and one-hulf stoiy value attached:-- $41.50 $'o".S9 $65.0!) $89.09 $38.03 $1SD 00 $273.00 frame building, 25x45 feet, with the usual conveniences, caldi ia-the mason contraotor. rovided Mor- House at Morris Cove. Work will be started soon on the house which R. A. Pratt will build on Morris Cove road for Henry Way. Will be a tijo-story frame structure, 18x36 Hal! In West Haven. Work has been started on the stores and hall which Luigi Fanprano will build for himself on Campbell avenue. Will be o two-and-one-half story frame building, 85x15 feet, with tar and grav el roof. . PERSONAL S. ''Mrs,. Caroline Johnson of Woodmont, who narrowly escaped being killed by being struck by a trolley car last week while in New Haven, is (Somewhat bet tar, but is still very sore from the re sults of the' accident. Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Welch and daughter, Antoinette, and aon, Harold, have been visiting with Mrs. C. M. Frindle in Sharon. ' Miss Sadie Whitney of Colorado ave nue, Bridgeport,, is entertaining her sister, Mrs. William Carling of Jew Haven. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Phillips and lit tle daughter, who have been spending a month with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beckwlth of Richard street, West Ha ven, and with relatives in Woodmont, left Saturday for their home in Wells Beach, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (Bevans of New Haven are spending a week with relatives on Mafeoh avenue, Brl-j-port. Mrs. Harry Tabor, who has 'oee.i the guest for the past week of Mre. Charles Aldrich of Wallace street, West Haven, has gone to her home in Dover Plains, X. Y. Postmaster Gardner of Mllford has returned from a two weeks' absence, during which time he has attsndsd the postmasters' convention in Washing ton, D. C and visited with relatives In Brooklyn, N'. Y., and in New Jer sey. , Nr. and Mr3. C. K. Bush of Elm str West Haven, are entertaining JAMAICA CM SOUTH PACIFIC Kingston, Colon, Savanilla, La Gnayra, Trinidad. Barbados, Southampton. Orinoco... Nov. 16 I Trent Dee. 1! Atrato ....Nov. 30 I La Plata. . .Deo. 2S Luxurious Steamers of 6,000 ton3 ac commodating first and second cabin and steerage passengers. THi IIOYAI MAI STEAM PACKET CO. Sailing 3 p. m., Pier B0, N. R., West 12th Street. Sanderson & Son., 22 State street, N. Y., Foster Debovoleo, Flat Iron build inar, N. Y.; Bishop ft Co., 1SR Orange street; Sweezey & Kelscy, 102 Church street. AMERICAN LINE Plymouth riiertionru So-.i(bniniitoa Froni New York Satifdavi at 9:20 a. m. St. LOuis. Nov. 9. I St. Paul. Nov. 23." Phila., Nov. 16. I New York.Nov.30. BED STAB LINE New York Antvrern Til. Kroortand, Nov. 6. I Vaderland,' Deo. 11 Zecland, Nov. 20. I Frioslantl, Dsc. 4. Office, 0 Itrosdwuy, New York city. Piera 14 and 15., N. N. Y. City. Bishop & Co., 1S5 Orange St.; M. Zun dor & Sons. 249 State St.; J. H. Parish & Co., 86 Orange St.; Swo'ezev & Kel- ey, 101 Church St.. New Havan. eod tf their ; grandson, Benjamin Bush .of Brooklyn, N. Y. Dr. C. IA. Dorman has returned from his vacation and vill resume business Immediately. MISS BEARD SLEY MARIUES. AVcll Known Actress Becomes Wife of Business Man. v Miss Stella Beardsley of this city, a well known actress, was married in New York the past week to Edward Miller, jr., a well known business man. The ceremony took place at the Little Church Around the Corner, and her New Haven relatives were among those present. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Beardsley of 399 Elm ' street. Miss Miller is a graduate of j the New Haven high school and soo j after graduation she went oh the stage. . She has played the leading part in the play "In a Chinese Honey moon," and was seen in that play at the Hyperion two years ago.. She has also played in "The Bell of Mayfair," "Babes in Tdyland,"-and of late has been the leading lady iri' the farce comedy' "The Taming of the Beast." She has Just left the stage, playing last at Lawrence, Mass. i Ely's Cmtrn Balm has been tried and not found wanting in thousands of homes all over the country. It has j won a place in the family medicine closet , among the reliable househdld . remedies, where it is kept at hand for j use in treating cold in the head just as soon as some Member of the house- hold begins thH preliminary sneezing or snuffling. It gives immediate re lief and a day or two's treatment will put a stop to a Cold which might, if nct checked, become chronic and run Into a bad. Case of catarrh. ;' ' "Old chap," said Rejlergrind, "if I had your leisure - I'.d. sit down1 and write a play." "Would you?" asked Fercollum. "Huh! It takes some thing more than leisure to write a play." Whereat Reglergrind,, (uncer tain whether this was a confession or a knock, resumed his work and said nothing. Chicago Tribune. BIARING KECOTtn. Stftoii port of Nw Haven. " ARRIVED. Sch Eva H. Lewis, Lewis, Onset, L. I. Sch Irene, Holt, Onset.' Boh Liza!? Henderson, Thomas. Sch Samuel B. Bowers, Bowers, Bruns wick. CLEARED. Sch Myrtle, Caswell. N. Y. , Sch Theollne, Cooper. . Soh Greta (Br.) Mother. City Island. Sch George , and Albert,, Fairchild. Sch M. K. Rawley, Merservey, New York. NEW tONDON MARINE NOTES. - New London, Nov. Arrived: ' Sch. Beaver (br.), from Chatham, for New York. CITY NOTICES. ORDINANCE DE AMENDMENT OF SECTION 423 OF THE CITY ORDI NANCES. , In compliance with sections 35 and 129 of the' Charter of the City of NeW Haven, notice is hereby given of the adoption and approval of the follow ing ordinance of the City of New Ha ven! Bo it ordained by the Board of Alder men of the City pf New Haven: That section 423' of. the Charter and Ordinances of the City of New Haven revised to August 1, 1905, be amended as follows: By striking out the words, "the west side of Union street between Wooster and Fair streets," in the first paragraph of said section and by in serting in lieu therof the words, "south east side of Broad street between Oak street and Commerce street." So that as amended said section shall read as follows: Be it ordained by the Board of Alder men of thp City of New Haven: See. 423. The following places in said city are designated as stands for express and baggage wagons exclu sively: The southeast side of Broad street be tween Oak street and Co.mmerce street; Chapel street, north side, between Col lege street and a point 228 feet west of the west line Oi: LU rua-uway ul tem ple street. The driver of any such express or baggage wagon shall be required to re main upon said wagon or alongside thereof while said wagon shall remain upon the public stand. Board of Aldermen. : September 30, 19G7. P.pad for. the first time, and ordered printed in the Journal. A. OSWALD PALLMAN, Assistant City Clerk. Board of Aldermen. ' October 28, 190T. Read for the second time, report ac cepted and ordinance adopted by a ma jority vote of all the! aldermen ppes ent and absent. , A. OSWALD PALLMAN, Assistant City Clerk. City of New Haven. October 31, 1907. Approved. JOHN P. STUDLEY, Mayor. The forgoing Is a true and correct copy of record, and said ordinance will become operative and in full effect on and after November 8, 1907. Attest: EDWARD A. STREET, n2 3t City Cleris. freiv Yark r foew Haven Q Hartford ftailraad. i NOVEMBER 2, 1807. FOR NEW YORK i:20. 4 4(. 9:3p, 10:00. 10:30 a. m. 12-03 i2,:1-,' ?;2.r: Vi25- ,2;03 225, 3:47. !P.:?2. 4:35, 5:03. 5:35. Srll. m.,-Sundays 4:20. 4:4B .x7:E5, 1$). J--?1-.;2;0.8' il1:42. 1:65, 2 03 -3:52. 4:S5, 5:03, x6:10, G:42, 7:03, 7:88, :(J3, 9:20 p. m. .' "'''i"?"" v,a Harlem River 1:00, p. m.. 12:00, night, dailv. . For ISostou via Hartforil unit Wllli ninulic 10:0,, a. m., 4:05 p m For JSoston via New I,oiidon nn-I Providence 2:4a, 2i05, Ii4T 1111:42, a. m., 12:05 .j2j 'Hr'fv,05' mundayi 2:20, 2:55, 11:53, a. m.. 12-0B 2:55, 4:53,-7:6B p. m. ' , ' For Boston via Sprlnrfleld 1-lB 11:11 a., m.. '1:45, 5:46,V m. Sun days 1:10 a. m. 1:45, '5:46, p. m. For Ilnrtfard, Sprlnuilcld. Ete. n ift x4:00, 6:35, 7:45, 10:07, '11:11 o ," xl:01, '1:45, 3:10, 4:05, x5:00, '5:46 6:08 (to Hartford), 7:10, xS.lo. J:52 p m Sundays 1:10, x9:05. xll:45 a m 1:45, 5:4S, 7:10, xS:10, x9:20 pi m. dot meiv ionaou. i-Jte 2;2 J, '2-55 7:47, 11:13, (to .Saybrook), ..il;3 a. m. 12:05. II2:42. 2:Ss' . a7,a t:20, 4:53, 5:38,- 6:10, (to Baybrook). 6:42. 7:05, 11:30, (to Saybrook) p m. Sundays 2:20, 2:56, 8:52, lin-53 a. m., '12:05, 2:65. 4:53, 7:05 p. m.. For illlddleloivn, Willlnidntlc, Etc. 7:35 a. m., 12:58. 6:30. (to Wornnator and Fltchkurg), 5:65, p. m. Sundays i :2u p. m. . .F:r S!iclluruo Fallft, Etc. 7:44 a, m.. 12:2), (to New Hartford), 7:01. 5:E1, (to Westlleld) p. m- For Wnterlmry 8:00, 9:32, la. m. 12:01. 2:58. 6:45. 7:41 d. m. Bundavs 8:25,11:15, a. m.,6:45, 8:60 p. m. or niMtca s:sz, a. m., in:oi, ,i!:a, 5:43, 7:40 p. m. , Sundays 8:2B a. m., 6:45 p. m. , For rittaflcld mid Intennedinte Folnia 5:55, (via Bridgeport), 9:82, a. m., 4:05 p. m. Sundays T:65 (via Bridgeport) a. m. it..- T ,4..i.nui.l a.QQ M A.g n M . Sundays 7:55 (via Bridgeport) a, m. -uxpress trains, xbocal express. llParlor car limited. W. n. BIERD. F. C. COLEY. Gen. Supt. AMt. Gen. Pnssi. Act. HgSjHfiW'' Haven Line lrfp-fm Cn5NEW YORK,' TUB $WM3f FARES REDUCED. I STEAMER RICHARD PECK. ! From New Hitven Leave Belle Dock aany, except Mondays l:so a, m. From New York Leave Pier 20, East River, foot Peck Slip, 3:00 p. m.-daily except Sundays. Time between New Haven and New York about five hours. Tickets and stateroom at Bishop & Co.'s, 185 Orange street, also at Bella Dock and on Steamer. GEO. C. BLACK, Agent, Now Haven. , F. C. COLBY. Gen. Pass. Atrt., N. Y. ' Startn's N.Y.&.H,Unr PASSES tillR AND FKHUUSIT SWHVICQ Leave Msw Jiuven :00 p. ia., Stnr.1 Pier, foot of Brown Street, Leave KW York 9:00 p. m., Cortlaud Sliee,' Pier No. li. S. R. Keaj c, excuiein tickets SX.SC. Hoomi 81. Tuko Clial. i 1 Street care to Brewery street. . O. n. FISHKR. Aceo, ; ,m Mbvi2. Oar. FRENCH LIME, TvanKutiiiiif luue. Direct Line to HAVRE PARIS, France. Sailing every THURSDAY, 10 a, m,' . From. Pier 42, North River, New York. La Provence La Touralne . . i . La Lorraine La Savoie .' . La Provence La. Tournifle ........v...;.. La Toutaine .... .... . . . . ..Nov, 7 .Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 , Dee. B ..Dec. 12 Dec. 12 Twin-screw steamers, , Extra SntllngH. La Goscogne ....',... Nov. 93 p. m. ! La Gacogne .....Dee. 7, 3 p. m. Apply to French Lino. 19 State St., N. Y,i or awoeney Sf Kelsey, 10? Church St. Bishop & Co., IM Oraige St., . i Parish & Co.. S Orange Bt. , 'icon EDUCED RATES, 50 AND UPWARD A(S- CORDING TO STEAMER AND LOCATION. I By most modern and luxurious levfei- mans. i I finrl MX Bluecher . . . Nov. kwuw. Pennsylvania...Nov. 9 I" rariS Ameriica(new)..JNov. 14 ' , P. Grant (new). Nov. 16 HaiuDUrg HPretoria ......Nov. 23 Sails to Hamburg direct. Gibraltar Naples Genoa Alexandria via Gibraltar . and Italv. Batavia, No. 21. Jo. 14 Moltko,. No.1 28, Ja, 29 P. Lincoln (new)Dec. 5 Hamburg, Ja.y4, Fe. 15 Special trip by S. S. Hamburg, Jan. 4 and reb. 18. West Indies & Orient, Special cruises by superb steamers, lasting frOm 19-78 days. . Cost from $75 $300 and up. . SUPERB NILE SERVICE. By New Steamers.. ' ' ' Tourist department for general in formation. Travelers' checks good all over the world. . Company' oiRoe,, 35,37 Broadway, N, T. Sweeaey & Kelsey, 102 Church St.; M Kunilnr Son. 249 State. street; J. H. Parish & Co., 86 Orange street; Bishop t Co., 185 Orange- street;, it. cuBama, 71 Orange street. ' 1 miv uieu . viuu NEW Y0RK-QUEENST3WN-LfVERP00L f 'cclrle, Nov. V. I Balfle, Nev. J8. ' Celiio, Nov. 14. Cedrio, Deo. B. Arabic, Nov. 21 I Celtic, Dec. 13 PLYMQ UT H-CHERBOUBB-SOUTHAMPTON tlAdrlntic, Nov. 6, BiSO a. in.) Ceo. 4. Teutonic, Nov. 13, 10 a. in.) Dee. 11. Oceanic, Nov. 20, 5iH0 a. m., Dec. 18. Majestic, Nov. 27, 10 a, m. Dec 24. New, 26,000 tons; has eievtor, Gym nasium, Turkinh Baths. 'Band. B0ST0N-QUEESST0WN-LIVERPOOL r Fait Twin Screw Mall Steamers, of ll.40 to U.8C toBi. CYMRIC, Nor. , itiSO a. m. De. 4. ano.?onkto ITALY and EGYPT Via Azores, Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers Cretic, Nov. 7, Deo. 11. Mer. 28, May Canopic, Nov. 18, Jan. 1L Feb. 22, Apr Republic, Nov. 30, Jan. 25, Mar.7,Apr.lSs Romanic, Dec. 6, Feb. 1, Mar. 14, Apr.2S CEDRICrtowtoJ-"'.4 tor plana, etc., apply to CompanV Ontee, w Broadwar, N. Y. or 84 Stat at. India Building, Boaton, or to aweeat, Kelsey, 102 Church tret. Bishop j Co., 115 Orange atraat; J. H. Parish Co., ti Crang tret. Saw Haras,. B2I mwt i