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MEW HAVEN MORfJIHG JOURNAL AND 'COURIER, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1S07.
1 YOU Fop Yourself? Or, Do You Open Your Mouth Like a Young Bird and Gulp Down) Whatever Food or Medicine May be Offered You? If you are an Intelligent, thinking woman, in need of relief from weakness, nervousness, pain and suffering, then it means much to you that there is one tried and true, honest medicine of known composi tion, sold by druggists for the cure of woman's ills. The makers of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, for the cure of weak, nervous, run-down, over-worked, debilitated, pain-racked women, knowing, this medicine to be made up of ingredients, every one of which has the strongest possible indorsement of the leading and standard au; thorities of the several schools of medical practice, are not afraid to' .print, as they do, the list of ingredients, of which it is composed, in plain English, on every bottle-wrapper. j i The formula of Dr. Pierce's Favorite ' Prescription will, bear the most critical examination of medical esperta, for it contains no alcohol, so injurious to deli cate women even in small quantities when long continued. Neither does it contain any narcotics, or other harmful, or habit-forming drugs and no agent enters into it that is not highly recom mended by the most advanced and leading . medical teachers and au thorities of- their several schools of practice. These authorities recommend the ingredients of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for the cure of exactly the eame ailments for which this world famed medicine is advised by its manu facturers. ' ' i No othemedicine for woman's ills has any tnctfygofessional endorsement asrDr. PiercesFjivorite Prescription hasrecived, in theqiqualified recom menaubn of efl&Qwsieveral ingre dients Py SccJbr of lea5Jk5aedical men of all the schools of practice. Js 6uch tin ennorsemenr, nor, wortnv ot vein CfiiiMdecanonTit ; certainly " entitle' lo fur mom weight than of non-profeBfiionalTor lay non-pTpteBiiionaiTor lav testimonials. A booklet of ingredients, with numer ous authorative professional endorse ments by the leading medical authori ties of this, country, will be mailed free to any one sending name and address with request for same. Address Dr. E. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr.' Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a scientific medicine, carefully devised by an experienced and skillful physician, and adapted to woman's delicate system. It is made of native American medicinal roots and is perfectly harmless in its effects in any condition of the female tystem. ' . .. . i Asa powerful invigorating tonic R Fa TOrik Prescription" imparts strength to the whole system and to the organs dis tinctly feminine in particular. For over worked, "worn-pat," run-down," debili tated teachers, milliners, dressmakers, fEamstresses, "shop-girls," hoiv;e-keap- crB, nursing mothers, ana feeble women enerallv. Vr. fierce s favorite fre- icription is the greatest earthly boon, iein z unequaied as an appetizing cordial md restorative tonic. I As a soothing and strengthening nerv ine w Favorite Prescription " is unequaied and is invaluable in allaying ana sub-j-r i f"f rvnin excitability, irritability, ARCBIIECISJp PLRNS THREE ORANGE ST. STORES Two-Story, Two-Family Frame Dwelling HousS on New hall Street. ; At the corner of Canner and Orange streets to to be erected a one-story brick structure with quarters for three stories,' the entire, building- to measure 38x60 feet. The trimmings will be Long Meadow stone with galvanized iron cornices, while the 'roof will be' of gravel., Plate glass windows will be Installed and a building thoroughly up-to-date for the purpose Is' planned. Brown1 & Von Be'ren are the architects. Under private plans, George Lubey la to have built on Newhall street a two-story, two-family house with Ave rooms on each floor. All modern con veniences are included in the "plans, which also call for furnace heating. The structure1 is of frame with gable shingle roof.. Bids are being called for by Mr. Lubey. - - TO ACT ON RESIGNATION. It was announced yesterday that there would be a special meeting of the board of directors of the New Haven Jiospital on Tuesday next to act on the resignation of Superitendent Cod dfngton,' who riwiently handed in his teslgnation. 1 That Dining Room Flooring "' for Thanksgiving Day. - - . , t ' i Don't you think a nice, new rug, with a parquet border of our German inlaid linoleum, would just about fill the bill ? Nothing richer, nothing nicer. . f - ; ihis German inlaid linoleum is a perfect imitation of , a rich hardwood parquet floor. The colors go right 'i through to the back. It wears for years. Is oiled same as the wood floor. Is soft to the foot and sets off the rug beautifully. Our collection of rugs, all sizes and kinds, is r.:. one of the largest and most complete in New England. Window Shade Co, 7S-8i ORANGE STREET. Open Saturday Evenings. Foot of Center Street. nervous exnausKon, cervon&oprostra tion, neuralgia hysterisfpaans, St.! Vitus's danesf and cttyGr distfesaingj nervous Bytjtonis conYtnonly attendai.tl upon funifional andrganic disease of1 the osfcpfill&incily feminine. It induJrerefresnul sleep and relieves rjpeiMl anxiety ;ind despondency. ' If a woman has bearing down, or dra?. ging pains, low down In the abdomen, or polvis, backache, frequent headaches, dizzy or fainting spells, Is nervous and easily startled, has gnawing feeling in stomach, sees imaginary floating speclrs, or spots before her eyes, has melancholia, or "blues," or a weakening disagreeable drain from pelvic organs, she can mako no mistake by resorting to the use of Dr. tierce's tavonte freserlption. It wiill invigorate and tone up the wholo systeni and especially the pelvic organs. No woman suffering from any of tho above svmntoms can afford to accent env secret nostrum or mcdiclsio of unknown composition, as a substitute for a medi cine liko Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion, which is of uxowx composition and has a record of over forty years and sells. moro largely to-oay than ever ueiore. its! makers witlmold no secrets from their1 patients, believing open publicity to bo the very best guaranty of merit. DrPierce invites all suffering women' to consult him by letter free of charge. All letters of consultation are hold as sacredly conlidential and ah answer Is re turned In plain sealed envelope. Address: Dr. R. V. Pierce, Invalids' Ilotol and Sur gical Institute, Buffalo,' N. Y. Dr. Pierce's great thousand-page Illus trated Common Sense Medical Adviser will be sent free, paper-bound, for 21 one cent stamps, or cloth-bound for 31 stamps. Address Dr. Pierce as above. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigor ate the stomach, livet and bowels. They are the original Little Liver Pills having been put out for eale by old Dr Pierce over 40 years ago. .Much imitated, but' never eaualcd. One to three a dose. Tiny sugar coated granules; easy to take as candy. . v Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery , Is a most potent alterative, or blood-purifier, and tonic, or invigorator, and acts especially favorably In a curative way upon all the mucueuS lining surfaces, as of the nasal passages, throat, bronchial tubes, stomach, bowels and bladderi cur ing a iarge per cent of -catarrhal cuses whether the disease affects the nasal passages, the throat, larynx, bronchia, stomach (as catarrhal dyspepsia), bowels (as mucous diarrhea), bladder, uterus or other pelvic organs. Even In the chronic or ulcerative stages of these affections, it is often successful In affaotlng cures. i WARNING TO SAILING VESSELS, I Fast Turbliicrs Make .Navigation More Dnugrrons. The report Issued by Supervising In spector Ira Marrls of the U. S. steam boat inspection service exonerates-officers of the Fall River line steamship Puritan from blame, ill the collision off Faulkner's Irland on June 29 with the twq-masted schooner Pope. In the matter of. the loss of barges towed by the tug Bulloy, It was also decided that no blame can be attached to the officers ot the tug. In his report Inspector Harris calls attention to the three turbine steamers whose speed exceeds 20 rhlles an hour with others in process of construction to exceed this rate.'. He says: "The observation of the supervising Inspec tor is that not one schooner in ton shows a stern' light to an overtaking steamer, and that the side lights schooners show are not visible more than half a mile. It is well to remem ber that the' turbine steamers go ahead very fast, but that the backing turbine is cold and It takes some time to give a turbirie steamer sternway." BOSTON LAWYEU DEAD. Boston, Nov. 7. Thomas Riley, a prominent member of the Suffolk county bar and well known in demo cratic political circles, died at his home, 300 Beacon street, to-day. He was born In county Cavan, Ireland, In 1846. He was a former president of the Charitable. Irish society and a charter member of the Clover club. He is survived by a widow; BISHOP APPEAL IS NOWJN COURT Judge Gager Hearing Testi mony Regarding Value of Building and Site , . Wanted. APPELLANTS' CASE ENDED YESTERDAY Builders figure the Structure Alone is Worth Between $28,975 and $81,500. The famous appeal of the Bishops from the allotment of $-14,000 mafic by the bureau of compensation for their property in State stra:t has at last reached the courts. In the civil s'Jj of the suptrlor court before Jud-jo Gager the question of how :v.u:h '.h: city must pay for tho property which v now blccklhf t'ie extension of Crown rtrost was taken up. Attorney Geor3'3 E. Becjs is pr:s3ntlng the case for tho Bishops and ho finished his part of the case just before adjournment time yes terday afternoon. Orporstlon Coun sel Daggett will open for tin city this morning with City Engineer Koely as the probablo first witness placed on the stand. One of ths witnesses put on the stand yesterday fof the Bishops was Davll II. Clark of the David 11. Clark com ""5 par.;, who testified that he had rcc ly made an estimate of the coit building a structure' similar to that n question at the present time. His figu-e was $31,500. He considered that the:o would be no substantial differcnece l:i value between such a new building and the present structure. He placid tho value of l3nd at about $500 a foot cnl considered that it was s'.eaddy advanc ing. C. W. Murdoch, tha builder,' set tho value of the bui'.cllrt; at the ssmo amount of 1 51.500, while Seymour II. Judd floured $2:!,97ti. Edward F. Bishop was put on tho stand In the morning, to prove the purchase. He testlfiej that he and his son, Frederick C. Bishop, were equally interested in the land. He testified that a mortgage for $15,003 was now on the property, hold by the Farmington bank.- John T. Sloan, the real estate dealer, testified as to having apprninel the land for the bank and fald that In his belief the land was worth $300 a foot at tho time the property was taken by the city. He estimated th? rental value of the buildings at $4,500 a' rear. 1 'Mr. Slonn testified that In his belief tho value per front fobt when the land was purchased by the Bishops was $lf0. Other property adjacent to the 'Bishop property wa.s valued by Mr. Sloan at $100 to $!50 a front foot. The difference in value ha attributed to the location of the Bishop property, which front,ed on Crown street. Edward S. Beecher, another real es tate dealer, cflso testified to tho value, of the property In question and ndja- vein jii lj , inji ujuira UUIIIVIU1II5 essentially witn inose given py Air, Sloan, , BRIEF MENTION High water to-day at 12:09 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Georga it. Ives of Mys t:c are visiting their nephew, William C. Poote, at his home, 713 George street. The Child Study department of the New Haven Mothers' club will meet with Mrs. Swift of Mt. Carmel this af ternoon, State's Attorney Williams gave a dinner Wednesday night at the Gradu ates' club In honor of his assistant, Arnon A. Ailing. Several mutual friends were guests and a most en joyable evening was spent. Tho fire t annual reception . will be given by the 1907 assembly at Lenox hall Friday evening, Nov. 15. The com mittee appointed to handle the ar rangements Is Jamo3 W. Stanford and Harry Whildey. Postmaster James A. Howarth an nounces that another mail has been ar ranged between New Haven and Mt. Carmel, this one leaving tho postoftlce at 3:1.5 p. m. daily. There are three ether mails now, one at 6: IS a. m., 11:06 a. m. and 5:08 p. m. At the tea of nations to be given by the Dwight Place ladies Wednesday evening, Nov. 13, the program will in clude selections by the church quartet and solos by Miss Anna M. Carroll. The E'nal Scholom Sunday school will reopen for the coming winter Sun day morning, Nov. 10, at its synagogue, 98 Olive street, after having been closed all .ummer. lAs a result of the protest made by Mt. Carmel peoplo over the mall ser vice' from New Haven, the postoftlce department yesterday added to the present schedule another mall that will be dispatched to Mt. Carmel by trolley at 3:13 p. m week days. This will give Mt. Carmel four "rrialls a day from this city instead of three. Waste paper, kept in a large wooden box in the hall of 1024 Chapel street, caught fire supposedly from a lighted cigarette about 11 o'clock yesterday j mcrning. No, 12's chemical engine was 'called and extinguished the Are before any damage was done. All is about ready for the bazar which Admiral Foote, W. R. C, No. 3, will hold in West Haven town hall on the afternoon and evening of Nov. 13. IA nominal sum will be charged for admission. Albert Williams' or chestra will furnish music for dancing in the evening from 9 to 12. The pro-: ceeds will be used for relief work. WILL ADD TO VAULTS I Finance Board iiutaorises Im provement for City Hall Offices. TO DOUBLE THE CAPACITY Improvement Doe3 Away With Stairway and Will Cost $7,500. By a vote of the board of finance the controller has been authorized to advertise for bids for an extensive and much needed lnipre-vcmcnt in city hall, he improvement authorised' contemplates the removal of the pres- i cnt north stairway of tho .buiklin; nnd ; the bulldlns in In the spies t!-.u3 s I cured of e:t,ra vaults for the probate court, town clerk, city clerk and con troller. The need of c::tra vault space has been felt In thtsf offices for sev eral years.' The ir pro -crrt r.t would about double the vault space for each ; of tho ofilcfr affected by tho work. In 'eJ.U'Ie-n !t l; planue.-l t'.vit . tVro js'.io'ihl be a vault built In the base imcnt which. ca:i bo usid by Registrar"! CaiT for the storing cf old records of ,ih c-hifo. I The. estimate on the cost of this -I wcrk has been maflo at $7,500. Pians ' were made some tl.T.e ag;o by Archl ! tcct I.. W. P.obirwn 3". 1 up-n tVse ; ! the hi!" will he & c-m '0. ConTollcf ; nove stated to the .bia-tl that he bellevcdi he would .hare the ! requisite amount of money on hand 1 i the estimate of cost was correct at t'v? end of the year. So the board decided ' to call for bid.! lo vc if the estimate will be high enough for the work. UIE HMIES ? (Continued from Eleventh Pajo.) Ir.te H C2 . 40 !)5 53 4CV4 82 do. r'd 11 New Haven O.is 25 3"'; New Ifavcn W.ito .. n Peek, Stow & Wilcox 25 ' Sccurl'v Insurance . . 26 42 ywift & Co 100 80 Te'cnhoues . N. Y. N. J no I dies. R-. Potomac , . me S. N. E 100 85 95 150 ,. 9D r.-.'lron'a ft . Conn, R. & U. Ca....-'. lft - do. pfd ... :" Pan'iurv & relheJ .. " 18 H. & Conn. . . . i ni) N. Y., N. H. & If...... KO 130 I N. T N. II. & 11 Rlhta 44 131 RnCnatf'if-maii,' Kid. sitcd lot 104 97 90 97 90 Si Berkshire St. Ry. fi m2 HrldKenort Trnc. Es.r'. IML'8 100 95 9U no sg 100 93 94 .DC . Ill 109 100 l)Q 190 100 100 i or. 97 Bristol Trnmwav, 4, 1013 Conn. R. A L.4 lliJl. t.'ons. Uy. 4s. l!i.")4. v.-.,. .,. . Conn. R. & U 1 V3n, ' l!5 r, Cons. Rv. 4s. )95(1. puar. Conn. Ry. debs. IDS,.. ., , t. & n. 4s, msr,. Dan. ft Bethel is, 1914. . . Harlem & V, C.; 4s, 'Via.. i i!o. 4s, 1051. . 'Houoatonic 4i, IDltt.t.,.., I do. 5s. 1937 it., ' ivfer. A Coinp. Ci, Ji2S. . . . Aierlden St. ,5, 1924.,,.... : N'nufratnrk 4s, 1954. , Norti:ampton . inns . N. II, & Center 5s, . . 95 110 105 109 N. II. Derby 59, 191S. . . N. H. ft W, II. 58. 1 91 a N. II. Street 5s. 1913 New I,on. Street f.s, 1923.. N. U Northern 4. l'.lO. . . 103 sr. S2 91 S3 110 94 iol 89 i N.Y & N.H.eon.,3.s, . 1958 H. & . JU ,-lMT. 77 o7 ,0 Sfl, i'Jjl N. Y. A N K. C. 1945.. M. Y. & it. E. 4s, 1945... Phore Mne 4Vj, 1910 Wor. & C. E. 4 Vis, 1948... ;oo MlscM:iBron Bond. Adams Rxnreaa ........... Sfl Hoston Ele'c.. 6s. 1908 .... 100 Branford I. & W. 5s. 193T. 100 Inter. Silver deb. 6s. 1933 do. 1st 0.) 194S do. 1st f!. 1943 78 10OH 95 101' 105 93 N. H. Sfwer 49, 1914. . . 100 90 N. If. Cltv Rrlrt.ee, SUs N.MIKorcl Wnler 5s, 1932. S. N. E. Tel. 5s, 1913.... mitcd III. 4s, 1940 98 97 Ex-d!vldcnd. COTTON FACTORY CLOSET). North Pownal Ilnndi (Vt.) Co. Gone ol Receivers. Into Burlington, Vt, Nov. 7.Recelvers were appointed for the, North Pownal Manufacturing Co. of North Pownal, by Judge James L. Martin In jfhe Unit ed States Circuit court late to,-day In petition of the North Adani3 National bank of North Adams, Miss. Henry E. Warner of Lincoln, Mass., and Add!- j son K. (juoworth of lonclonderry, ware i named as receivers. The petitioner states in the b'li oC complaint that the company Is indebt ed to the North Adams Naticnal bank for a promissory nota for $1.0,000 which is overdue, and that th2 company owes other persons, banks and corporations about $1,200,000 of which approximately $1,2."0,000 is represented by promissory notes and obligations to banks , upon which the company is liable as maker or endorser and the balance is for mer chandise and supplies. The company, according to the petition has en hand no adequate funds to pay its Indebted ness or meet its obligations, owing t) the present strengency in the money market and lack of currency, and to the financial condition of the Arnold Print works of North Adams, Mass., to which the north Pownal company sells its products and which has been placed In the hands of a receiver. The North Pownal Manufacturing company was incorporated in Vermont in 1904 for tho manufacture and sale Of cotton goods, with a capital stock of $300,000. Its assets and property are valued at $1,800,000, of which $300,000 is represented by real estate, water power, machinery and buildings; $1, 400,000 accounts receivable from the Ar nold Print. Works, and $100,000 mer chandise and mill supplies. The cor poration employs about 400 hands in its mills at North Pownal. HURLED AGAINST CEILIXG. Putnam, Nov. 7. Alden Morse, a ma chinist employed in the Morse cotton mills, was caught in a shafting last night and hurled1 against the ceiling. His clothes were torn from his body and he was badly, though not fatally, Injured. ior,th . ,l!nindYoa Kara Alms Bougjit vignatnro Honest Service 'rices Reasonable ODORLESS GAS HEATERS, GAS LOGS (with water back), BACKUS GAS STEAM HEATERS, 'GAS GRATES, ; CLOW'S "GASTEAM" RADIATORS. All on Demonstration , 93 Crown :''7W"-' rat- few HAVEN m UGHT 00. fpp: Basscftt's, Gun Store. Guns tuul AmiHiiulUon. Full line or II-.intcrs' Coats and Boots. CoajpV'lc line of Talking Machines VUrtor nd Edlsdn. October l ist of Itceords Now Iteady. All the leadinjr mnUcs cf Guns and Biflcs, including: the Winchester, Slarliii, ltcmliigton, Parker; Ifevcr, nakev. Khaea. StcvCns nnd other wcll-kiunyn makes. J E. BASSETT,THE GUS cTfAEs, WANTS 520,000 DAMAGES. Burlington (Vt.) Plant Sued by For mer Employe. Burlington, Vt., Nov. 7. The plant of the lAimlere North' American company In this city was attached tday in a suit or $20,000 for damages for alleged malicious prosecution, brought by Fred crick J. White, formerly superintendent of the cor.;p:.ny. Several years ago Mr. White brought suit for $30,000 against the company for breach of contract, as a result of having been discharged from his position as superintendent and after lengthy, process in the court he was awarded about $14, C00. Meanwhile the comrcmy brought a counter euit for damages- against Mr. White- and caused his arrest. He se cured bail in the sum of $2,000,' and af ter the court's decision in the first suit, this counter suit was dropped. It is for his arrest at that time that he now claims damagosi . AT WHITE IIOVSE, Washington, Nov. 7. Sir Antony McDonnell, under secretary of state ot Ireland, was presented to Presi dent Roosevelt at the White house to day by thj British .ambassador. . Women Avoi Operations When a woman "suffering from female trouble is told that au oper ation is necessary, it, of course, f rifrhtens her. Tho very thought of thehospital, the operating table and. the knife strikes terror to her heart. It is quite true that these troub les may reach a stage where an ope ration i3 the only resource, but a preat many women have been cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veetab'.e Compound after operation has h,-e.n decided unon as tho only cure. statements possible to make come Lvd a B. Pinkham's "4 made from native roots and herbs, have escaped serious petiona, as 1 evidenced by Miss Rose Moore's case, of 307 W. 26th St.. N.Y. bhe wntes.- Dear Irs. Pinkham:-"Lydia K Pinkiiam s veseraoic vuiiijjuuuu cured me of tbs very worst form of female trouble and I wish to express to you my deepest gratitude. I suffered intensely for two years so that I was onaWe to attend to my duties and was a burden to my family. 1 doctored and.'.octored with only temporary relief and constantlyobjecting to an jperatfon which I was advised to undergo. I decided to try Lydia E. I'intdiani's Vegetable Compound; it cured me of the terrible trouble aud 1 am now ii better health than I have been for many years. This and other such cases should encourage every woman to try Ly dia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound before she submits to an operation. Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women from nnv form of female weakness are invited to .!.. ,.;,..,. miv. Mimi symptoms piven, the trouble may way of recovery an vised. Moon's 1 4 k m i 1 L L Washb ; S4 Church and 61-6 Center Streets, New Haven. The Chatfleld Paper Co. I Bloat complete line of - Quick Results at Our Salesroom, Street. i'saSEJSUitHiS KINDEEGAETNERS TO MEET. Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Connccti ' . cut Velio;' Association. The twenty-fifth anniversary of the Connecticut Valley Kindergarten as sociation will be observed at the Wafls- wort'n Street Kindergarten', hi Hartford on Saturday, Nov. 1G. The . morning uesslon will begin at 10:45,,. with, the president, Mrs. Julia B. Schnciwind of Springfield, Mass.-,- in the chair.. Mrs. Ada M. Locko, of New York will read a paper oh "The Imaginative Period of Childhood' and Miss Jessie I. Scran ton, supervisor of kindergartens of New Haven, will give soma- "Cler.nlnss from the I. K. U. The session w U close with the elcctton'or officers. , At the afternoon session, which will commence at 2:15, there will bo a paper entitbd "Connecticut Vil'.cy Kindergarten As sociation Reminiscences" by Miss Hat- tie, Twitehell of the . Training School, Springfield, Mass, a word of greeting by. Mits Fannibelle Curtlss, supervisor of Kinderkartens, Brook'yn, N. Y., and a talk on paper cutties; by ii;s Lucy H. Maxwell- of Boton.: Miss Curtiss, who is the honorary president of the association and the acting president of the I. K. TJ., will be the guest of the day. . , . ROSE MOORE from women who bytaklng Vegetame uompouna vinUhum at Lvnn. Mass. From ths be located and the quickest and surest ble .Fountain Pen. THE TRAVELING MAN, knowing its virtues by experi ence, always carries in his vest pocket MOON'S NOX-LEAKA-BLE FOUNTAIN PEN; always ready to use; will not soil the fingers when writing or when Hitlng it. Absolutely guaranteed r.ot to leak in any carried posi- I'iOll. v2.50 each and upward. ?m & Co. 298-30: i State Street Paper and Twine in State 7, A Iffllmr y ' y j MISS JEWELERS OUR STOCK OF HALL CLOCKS is very complete and in- eludes Hour and Half- : Hour Striking Clocks, on , gongs and tubes; Tubular 1 Chiming Clocks, Fine j i Banjo Clocks. ! . v i MonsorCs Jewelry Store. 857-859 Chapel I St. Our stock of charms- -a4 lockets is a charm ing variety of lat and ; artistic aa-j sifrns that cannot -'fail to meet with I !,' iyour approval, lfi - I ' I xrnn flnKirB ths !t-1 est Ideas and full, worth for yourj money, come ana see us. '. - J. H. G. DURANT, JEWELER, " , Opposite rostofiice. 71 Clrarch Street! ' ' ; GIFT FOR A WEDDING Somctliing from our wares ia either silver or cut glas is sure to suit-your fancy and please the bride. 78B Chafel Street. NEW-HAVEN, CT. ; ;,' " ' '4' IS IT ENJOYABLE? ' Do you' like to arc oi'an poodle iritU dctecllr trrthf Do ' yoo not thlafc ohefn vrmilil be s dlitrenifil It j-oura nere that wnyt , Novr don't let them gret beyonditho Ueln of good deatlat. It , onr of yonr teth la mlaafiatCi, hne un bridRr the apace with one tbnt , la thetaaine color, cbope and alae ot the , imturiil one. ' . . . -. , ' r . ! PHlLi BEHT&L MOMS 781 CHAPEL ST. Opea JECvaalDStk .if Booklovers Take Notice A Clearance Sale ot Fine Editions of Standard Authors at Greatly reduced prices Liet on Application EDWIN C. HILL COMPANY PabHahera aaa Importer 487 Fifth Aveaae, UTerr Torjk. Cuckoo ja Clocks (WiM tit C8ckns Imported' hane carved Clocki, ,' just lik ptotWN Constructed t solid walnot, 1 each dock paoftM, ed in a sepftntti box. Special ml price 49 CENTS. Every depart ment in our stor huatuog to an or ders. mrnitnre, Carpets aud Ranges. ' Everytliing for hoBsckeeping at lo prices for cash or weakly payments. Brown & Durham Complete House Fnrnfeltexa, Oxsmse 9S& Cteter St. i t I i !