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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1907. i'ELS AND RESTAURANTS. EDUCATIONAL V - . - -. : -Os ' l : ; lUL ISInftlMCI ISHS DEEDS AS RECORDED Warrantees, Quit Claims, Mort gages and Permits Issued. .OltflKel&elbers. Ttr fntTonrth Year. 1 1 7- 133-07 temple st. r , HIGH-CLASS GERMAN RESTAURANT. Imported Beers a Specialty. ' Business Men's Noon Lunch 50 Cents. HUMAN GYPSY ORCHESTRA. A. D. BEIflj....: Proprietor el Garde posh Union Depol. NEW HAVES. CONN. lecttcut' Largest Ho'el Dinner 12-2:15. 60 Cents. aA Tnnfir r Hotel ORCHESTRA EVENINGS! . Special attention given to banquets, . treddlpgs and private parties. : Euro .Wn plah. Rooms from $1.00 up. GEORGE T. WHITE. Proprietor. HANDY'S NEW HOTEL DAVENPORT AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN. v . CAFE A LA CAKTB. i MUSIC EVENINGS, C TO 12. ; Corner Orange and Court Streets. TELEPHONE 128. THE SHOftE:HA!V1 i'" " " Washington, D. C. Metropolitan Standard of Excellency i Absolutely modern and high class in au detail. American and European Han. JOHN T. -rBVINE. Prop. lUMUN HALL." ' ' ' - Hotel and Sanatorium, Atlantic City. ' ' . Elegant stone, brick and steel build. lng. ' ,t Always Open. Always Ready. Always fiusy. SEASIDE nOCSE, Atlantic City, N. J, On the Ocean front; every comfort, including; seawater baths.evator.oK. 161 TO 168 CHURCH STREET.,' nE.TAtRANT. Luncheon. 31:0 until 2 o'clock. ORCHESTRA KVNWNGS. Service a la Carte. LOUIS METZGEB CATERING CO. Van'-nWMy;.- ' "COMFORT WITHOUT EXTRAVAGANCE."' HOTEL WOODSTOCK WAj-J .OfTIMEJSMARE NEW TWELVE 8TORY FIRE r pnooF TRANSIENT HOTEL EUROPEAN PLAN MUSIC GUIET AND IN THE T it L. Lr a ! i MJX J f JU? TP HEART- CF THINGS W ct OOM8 WITH RUNNINd WATER, $1.50 AND LJP VITH BA1 H, $2 AND UP. SUITfcS, $5 ANO UP Write for particulars. Wire for reservations, our expense. W. H. VALIQUETT, Manager. L60 THE BERWICK. RUTLAND, VT. KEY FITTING Can and lxcksrn!thhg. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO 60 Centor SI., E. H. BassetU Mgr, FOR i6p iV mmm i'lfl'iM ft il a ft ej T- f i t 1 wo-ramuy n l7DixwellAv. All Improvements. 0. Chas. WiSsosi & Co ROOM ( 42 CHURCH ST. N,ral Insurance, Reel Estate, Loans TELEPHONE 3326. arcing mm T. M. C. A. BUILDING, i 15J temfW Street. Sidney I'erlla Bnller, Pre.tflrnt. fata Dancing Aoadsmy l. n. newman, iNSTurrrow. Waltz, S-step and 3-Btop tauftht for $5. Payment to suit pupils. Be ginners start any time. Office hours: 11-12 a. m. 1-0 and 7-10 p. m. 7C3 CHAPEL STREET. Over Hone & Stcfmin Stores. MISS HAZEL CHADBURII, Harmonie Hall. Classes in Social and Classic Danc ing Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturday. Address 116 Itoive Street, or 'phone 5071-31. v.. Bookiqvers Take Notice A Clearance Safe or i. Fine Editions of Standard Authors Ht Greatly reduced prices , List on ApolicatloTi EDWIN C, HILL COMPANY Publisher! and Importer 437 Fifth AVeftoc. New Tork. A Beaatlfid Importefl Svrliis Ctofk handsomely and deeply carved, ex cellent ttniekeeper and an ornament for any room, usually sold at one dollar ?a,ch, made , by th Caefcno Clock Co. of Genuany. They will be fffveti awtiy Tre by al! druggists tn Vcry furehftser of . one 50c. bos of Dr. lirotttt's rnlt Tablets, the Great Stomach and Nerve Tonic. Guaran teed to cure Nervousness, Camt'ai Try a dox to-aay ana gt a swiss Clbk Fr. '.,' ' A 2Ii Cent box of Dr. Brown's In dian Oir.tincnt only 10 Cents. Cures Cuts, I!rns, Piles, Eoienin, Coras, itutilohs, Tlrsil Knd Aelilng Feet. Try it. Do It now. . , . BROWN CHEMICAL CO., libnny, Jf.Y. PERFECT TAILORING. A clever clothing sales man hmyle abl to !oh-, vincc yon thnt a hand-me-down fits you tinti! you havoVwowi it. few times, and then well, you mil probably wish you had or dered a stilt of tts, made especially for you one that always looks dressy ani fits you to perfection, We guarantee our gar ments to fit, wear and keep shape, and, if not sal- ' lsfactory, yOur money back. , THE. WEINBERG CO., 104J3 Chape! Street. SALE ! otise SCO. B Km FSH ES3I r KLL- . The fo!!o-(vir.j real estate transac tions were recorded in the town clerk's office yesterday; , Quit Claims. Thomas Hadden to Sclma A. and Hilda S. Hadden, land and 'buildings, Winchester avenue. SO feet. Augusta Kiernan to Mark Ryder, land and nullilnga, Hamilton street. Giuseppe Mfwa'to Giuseppe Mele and Filomena J.Iele, land and build ings, Grand avenue. City of New Haven to James E. Wheeler, land and Ibuildinjrs and right of way, Water street, 30 feet. President and fellowS of Yale col lece to Hattie A. Wpodruff, 403 Elm street. Virgil F. McNeil and Charles F. Mc Neil to Max and Mary Rosoff,' Court street, 40 feet; Oak street, 40 feet; Oak street, 98 feet; Congress avenue, CH feet. Howard company to Max Rosoff, Oak street, 40 feet. , The Central New, England Brick Ex change Company, North Haven divi sion, to' Max Rosoff, Oak street, 90 feet: Charles F. McNeil to Helen E. Rath- gcber, Norton street, 50 feet. Eleanor L. Wiggers, West Hoboken, to Helen E. Rathgeber, Norton street, 50 feet. ' . " Warranty Deed. Andrew - J. Eriapson to Hattie A. Woodruff, Shelton avenue, 33 feet. Mortgages. Mariano Anestasio and Mar!.a .'An'?; tasio to George M. Griswo'.d, Prindle street; $3,000. Helen B. Langdan to David S. R'v kln, land snd buildings Morris- Cove, 50 fec-t; $125. Gottlieb Link to Anson Bassermaa, land and buildings Livingston '"street, I 50 feet; $2,500. Hftttia A. Woodruff to Cfilumb'a lodge, ri. 15, I O. O. D. O. R , Em street: $1,000. t Hittie A. Wondruff to Columbia lodge. No. 15, I. O. O. F. T). O. R., Shel toft avenue; $3,000. ; Max Rosoff and Mary Rosrff, to ChP.rtes F. McNMl, Oak street; $0,0 Helone E. BaOjreber, to Charles p. i McNtll, Norton, street; $1,300. -Helifflft E. . Rathgeber to Elexnore t,. Riggte,' Norton street, 50 feet; $510. Max Rosoff and Mary Rosoff to Vir gil McNeil and Charles F. . McNeil, Court-street. 40 feet; Oak street, 40 avenue, 66 feef $9,000. r ' Morris Price tnd Ann Price to Julia Aranskv, 202 and 234 Washington ave nue, 270 rut.nn.ro. street, $1,400. John J. Connb'r to Jchn E. Lomas ar.d Edward h. Nettleton, Bassett si reel, B7 feet, SSOO.' ! Building Permits. " 1 Peter Sicholm, 4 Judaon street, frame dwelling, arid 2 Judson' stfeet, frame awelliri. Rich and Heft, Foster, corner of Lin den streets, frame building. ! T. Flartnagan, Ward street, near Oak, frame dwelling:. . Mrs. F. A. Dix6h, Do wing street, near Chatham, ireme dwelling. L. iR. Hemingway, Ivy street, near DIxweil avenue, three frame dwellings. OBITUARY NOTES, Funeral of James Duncan This Morning. The funeral services for the late James Dunean will be held this morn ing 09 o'clock from St. John's R. C. ' hut-ch. Interment will be In St renco cemetery, Law- Sirs. Sophia Martin. . Mrs. Sophia Martin, widow of Rich ard Martin, died suddenly of heart dis ease at her home, IBS Lombard street, early yesterday morning. Mrs. Martin hatl bfen ailing from bronchitis end an attack of heart trouble carne on sud denly; ehuslng her death. She was 75 years of aje: . N ,The ftinsril will take place Sunday .fturnooh at 2:30 o'clock from her late rrianee. Georgro W. Penny. TUa fiincn1 &ivlra tr,r thn Intn George W. Benny, Who died Thursday, will be held at his late residence, 252 Quinnlplac avenue, this afternoon at 2:30 o ciock. interment win ue in ev ergreen cemetery. Harold C. Gncrln. The body of Dr. Harold C. Guerln, who died recently at Kansas City, Mo was received In this city late yesterday afternoon. It was carried at once to the undertaker's and will to-morrow be taken to the home of his sister, Mrs. Henry B. Johnson, 144 St. John street, corner Hayden place, where friends are invited to view it this evening and to morrow. The funeral service will be held Monday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Louis' Catholic church, corner of Chapel and Chestnut street. Prof. Sulll will preside at the organ and a Rouble quartette will sing. Eugene McOtali will render "Nearer My God to Thee." The Intarment will be in St. Lawrence cemetery. WANT THEATER CARS. Morris Covcitcs Atlt a Later One Cer tain rights. Morris Cove residents are again out foy more car service. A letter was sent by Robert R. Chamberlain, as tvioi,. renrcKentative. to Superintendent Judge of the Connecticut company, asking for a, theater car, to be run on the night of Hyperion performances after the play. The letter does not represent that the extra car will bring in more ttiopey to the company, but Stages that the citizens of that section Will appreciate it very much and that the eompaay will not lose much. Advertise Your Wants in These Columns. Results Will Follow. - . A . word ; "Y" I O E SVi "j3 ord J INSERTION. invest your pennies and watch the results. DAYS, j I FOR SALE. " I ' AUCTION SALE. I HELP WANTED MALE. I " WANTED. One rent a word for each Insertion, five cents a wonl for a full week, seven times. A.TtTOR Calentlnrs; new; nice Xmas gift. 'Addie?s 121 Dwirrht Etvopt: dl4 7t ' COLUMBIA gmplmrhons, just as good as new; wiui an excellent selection of records. Cost new $75. Can bo bought for $30. M. Sonr.enl'.trs Piano Co., 501 Chanel street. dl2 7t I FOR $15. SALE Hammond 37 Howe street..' typewriter. 05 it FOtl SALE l.Ctin net Pnthnt Sov Hrh'k. Eeri- ot nnrinuted one yen. Orders received TOU STATE) STREET. ATTEMPT TO BRIBE JUDGE. Providence Jurist Delivers Scnthlng Rebuke on the Subject. Providence, 'R. I., Des.' 13. Judga Henry A. Piimtr of the Eighth d s'.r'ct court of this city, Issued a statement to-day In whlnn ho declared that an at tempt had been made to briba him in connection with the case of Edward J. McCabe,' thetiutnmobilist who was yes terday he'.d by Judffc Palmer for tna grand jury on a charge of manslaugh ter in cav.sing the t! oath of Elisha Arn old, an eleven-year-nid boy at Pnw tucket, Novenj'oir 20 last. ' At yesterday's SP. s:en of court Judge j Palmer delivered a brUf address on the necessity of having upright and consc ientious men on the bench and he also spolto In scathing teams of those pet-, sons who attempt to bribe court of- fice.-s. CONFIDENCE IN IU2TR COXREID. Metropolitan Opera Directors Deny Report of. Friction. New Terk, Dec. 13. The executive, committee of the directors of the Met ropolitan opera house met to-day and iwued a statement denying the report that friction between the directors and Director Conreid had led to a request for the letter's resignation. The com mittee expressed implicit confidence In Mr. -Conrled and declared that .better results had. been accomplished this sea- 5.' P'a T.t n?r I i committee, Otto, Kafin, members.. , DECISION TO-DAY. To Place Responsibility for FIvo Deaths In AValerbury Accident. Waterfcury, Dec. 13. The hearing of Trolley Conductor John Dillon ; and Gateman John Flav4-r --whom the cor oner found responsible for the collis ion between a trolley car and railroad , train here November 29, took place this morning In the city court. Five per sons lost their lives in the wreck and over a score were injured. After a hearing lasting till the afternoon, Judge Eurpe reserved decision. He will make his decision known to-irtor-row. ,.- TELEPHONE C HANGE. Hell Company of Pennsylvania Adds : $SO,000,000 to Its Capital Stock. Harrlsburg, Pa., pee. 13. The Bell Telephone compi.iy of Philadelphia, filed with Governor Stunrt to-dny not ice of a change of name to the Ee!l Company of Pennsylvania, due to tli-a recent absorption of the Pennsylvania Telephone company and the Delaware & Atlantic Telephone comp-my, and nn incronse in its capital stock from $30, 000,000 to $60,000,000. WINTER I3l HERE'S SOMETHING This D033" ft C? t) E Both Day and your comfort, stands guard over your coal bin and $ safeguards the family frbm colds due to uneven temperature in the home. HI iff is the only device that automatically providss for a higher v t.mnrohini in the timrnincr without losing thermostatic r- i I i control through tho P6f tsxaiPDio : ' ! J !1 ill; Suppose you want to reduce the temperature cf t!ie y house to 60 degrees duringr the night, but would like to C have it at 70 degrees by the time the family arises. f Before re'drin jf, yon set back the controller to 60 degrees. Then you set the time clock attachment to bring tho ti'-n- 1 pcrature uo to 70 at sevea o'clock. j la spite cf any sudden changes cut-doors during 'he night, the Controller will maintain the tem'cratrra you i wish, and the faithful clock will open the draits ia time to give you the desired warmth in the tnomiiis. . 1 mi r."..r.i . ... . - 1 v j vour nonse warmeu V JiVV It is adapted for ill.K 'C,f?,'J tir. A 1 hz O tsSikand save luocey too f M 1, V !'. Rhown and sold i 5 THE BUCKINGHAM-ROUTH COMPANY, 151 Court Street. T'4 "r i-ni-itr" r Trih" r' One cent a word for each, insertion, five cents a worci for a fu., wenk seven times. R. O. ItrALIiORT, AUCTIONEER an.l Appraiser, 112! Cliape! S. Telpphone House hold sales a specialty. a4 tf EDUCATIONAL MS. FRKD12TUCK WELD will engage the services of a limited number of good singers tor a chorus choir. Voices tried at 139 Orange Bt. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. A GRAND and unusual opportunity for a wall paper and paper hanging firm. Store SO feet deep, with fine skylight. Exceptional location. Address Wall Paper, Journal & Courier. ' dl4 7t SITUATION WANTED MALE . One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. EXPERIENCED stenographer, ownin? a typewriter, doslres typewriting work during university Christmas vacation.. Address John D. Coffmaii, SI Lake place. dl3 2t PIANO TUNING. , TEN years experience, Including some ; of the best work in the city. Highest ' references. Prices moderate. Ad i dress V. F. Schaeffer, 76 Third street, City, or 'phone 2779-8. dl4 14t LEGAL NOTICES. Dist. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, December 11, 1907. ESTATE CF ALICE D. PECK, late of New Haven, in said District, deceas ' ed. Tin? Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six months from the date hereof ,for the creditors of said deceased to bring in their claims against said cs- 'tate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All persons indebted to said estate ,are requested to make immediate pay. 'ment to dl2 3t Executor. s FOR SALE. One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a worf for a full week, seven Itnes - i CHRISTMAS nove'ties at retail, hun dreds of Christmas presents, toys, puzzles, games, hooks, muslrs. electric engines, etc. Entire third Moor cor ner Orange and Elm. Ask for bi;j catalogue. Oeorsre B. Woolson Co. ' ., dl2 7t ERNEST L. NETTLETON, real estate. Room 302, 41 Church Street. City, Town and Shore Building Lots. RL'YER OF ACREAGE PROPERTY. TliB Nonpareil Laundry C0, (Incorporated.) . HIGH-CLASS WORK. We do the work for the leading fam ines and stores. 271 B'a'cli'ay Av New Havarj Conn. COMING ON. YOU WANT TO READ of the heating plant looks after NTtk. . Mar Night is Jewell Controller ! r night. " ' 9 Hi ts-t.j. ,, lustniriH. use with steam, hot water or hot air, 1 : tV, "Wo'l'l bv One v:it a vorrf tnr each insertion, five cents a word for a fuil woek, seven times. WANTED FOR IT. 9. ARMY. ABLE-BODIED unmarried men, be tween ages 2J and 35; citizens of Untied States, cf good charactor and tempe.-ate ifablts, who can speak, read an write English. Apply Re cruiting Officer, 890 Chapel street, New Haven: 750 Main slreet, Hart ford! 1022 Main street, Bridsreoort: J99 Bank street, Waterbury. Conn. 319 tf WANTED a clerk in hotel; must come well recommended. Married, expert-, eneed; state salary. P. O. Box 835. City. d!4 3t WANTED for the U. S. Marine Corps; men between ages 1 end 35. An op portunity to see the world. For fuil Information apply in person or by letter to 139 Church street. New Ha ven, Conn. n5 23t PHOTO-ENGRAVElls First class hall', tone finisher, must be non-union. Gi'i Engraving Co., 140 Fifth avenue, Now Tork. dlilt . ! 1 HONK! Honk! Honk! Look sharp to your Interest. Now Is the time for young meh 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. 08 tf . ANNOUNCEMENTS. 'PHONE 1492 for mattress work, fea ther renovating or for particulars about Cotton's "Kno-tuf" Felt Mat. trcs best bed on earth. Mattresses - made from old feather beds. Folding Mattress Co.. Goffe street. SLEEMAN'S R E L I A B L'E EMPLOY MENT AGENCY, 763 Chapel St., es tablished 20 yars: Largest, best In the State. Best male and female help for any and all kinds of work. 8nt anywhere. Open eventnss. Tel. 145J FOR RENT. One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven tlliliS. I FIVE rooms, furnished heat, all im-. provements; 203 Blatchley avenue. $1S. .Apply J. E. Blatchley, Room 82 Church street. . .:. dl2 7t - MASSAGE,. MISS LEEKE, R. N., 99 Olive street. Rheumatism cured by electrical mas aage; wrinkles, blomishes removed, six treatments. Self-made creams. Ladies shown how to care own faces. d9 lm NOTICES. The annual tneeting of the First Ec clesiastical' society in Now Haven will be held at its chapel Monday evening, December 16, 1907, at half-past seven o'clock. . 'JUSTUS S. HOTCHKISS, ARTHUR D. OSBORNE, ELI -WHITNEY, HENRY L. HOTCHftlSS: ' , T.HEO. H. SHELDON, THOMAS HOOKER. CHAJRT.ES W. WHITTLESEY " . L. H. ENGLISH. V OLIVER S. WHTTE, . dlO 5t Society's Committee. THR NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN AND HARTFORD RAILROAD COMPANY. New Haven, Conn., October 29, 1907. To the Holders of the First Mortgage 6 per cent. Bonds of the New London . Steamboat Company, Due January 1, 1903, to January 1, 1016, Inclusive: The New York, New Haven and Hart ford Railroad Company will, on presen tation at its treasurer's offtee in the city of New Haven, Conn., or at the office of Messrs. J. P. Morgan & Co., in the elty of Now York, pay at par and ac crued interest to the date of presenta tion the 8 per cent. First Mortgage Ponds of the New London Steamboat Coaipany due v January 1, 1908. January' 1, 1909. January, 1, 1910. January 1, 1911. ' January 1, 1912. January 1, 1913. January 1, 1914. January 1, 1915. January 1, 191C. THE NFTV YORK. NEW HAVEN & HARTFORD R. R CO., o29 tf Bv A. S. MAY. Treasurer. REAL ESTATE. West Haven Building Lotsl 1 ! Prices j.'aho from J3.00 to$S.00 a I front foot Size of lot to suit pur : chaser. H. V. RICHARDS. Real I2t2l2 Broker 141 Oranga St. TO LET nocm. top Boon bnlMtnK 424 Stat utrers. eor. Court. GaoA Ur.ht, steady ponrr, frclttit levntor, aud heat. SpeclnUy equipped far light fneturlBR. Spnc. to aalt tenants fat a terra ol yenn. Aop57 te Ben. R. English. ,839 Chapel St. One cent a word for each inserting five cents a word for a full week, seven .times. BOYS and girls to goo Mendel and Freedman's department store, and get a free Christmas present for selllnjr a book of twelve drawing tickets for the Light Bazaar tickets at the linen counter, : ,37 12t BUYING ladles', gents' old clothes; ena postal. Bam Widder, 914 Grand ave nue. 09 1m JONES SELECT EMPLOYMENT , AGENCY, 23. Church street Thon 1401-12 connections. Largest Agency male and female help supplied for mercantile and domestic service for any and all kinds of work. Sent any where. Open evenings. JONES Select. Employment Age-noy, 21 Church street. telephone 1401-12, Connecticut's largest agency, oldest and most reliable place In state', male and female help, all nationalities, supplied for mercantile and domestlo servico for any and all kinds ef work, sent anywhere. ALL good help should call nere, ' We supply all (the best places and always need large' numbers. Sleeman's Re liable Employment Agenoy, 763 Chap , el. Open eyfenlnns mil tf REAL ESTATE. TENTH WARD $35 A verv olcasant light and sunny rent witf r!1 improvements. There are sin room with separate steam heater and alt mod n improvements and hard wood trim". QUINNIPIAC AVENUE $3C A uine-room house with all improve ments, sltani heater, tmru and large yard It is in a fin? neighborhood on the Ircllev HOTCHKISS STREET $28 A six-roora rent in a two family house with all ltvrovenients, range, separate entrance and hard wood trim. Is between Edgewood Ave. and West Chapel Street. MEDIUM PRICED RENTS A few desirable rents at prices from $ia to $i 8 per month. These are in various parts of the city and are in good repair. Call or send for a Ust. . '. ESS One Family House Blatchlev:AVtt $3,000. FOR SALE. A new modern two-family house of 14 rooms; hot and cold water, porcelain bath, etc Extra large lot. Price $5,300, Easy terms. M00RHEAD- & DONNELLY, 82 CHURCH STREET. ROOM 20. FOR SALE. FINE RESIDENCE PROPERTIES Judson & Hauff, Room 402. 902 Chapel Si. FOR SALE. A desirable one family bouse, Dwigr.i treat south of CbapeL J a PUNDERFORD, ' ut cKtmcn tTHEnnv FOR RENT j A central six-room flat, havJboj all ' the Improvements. Money to loan in sums to suit. L G, H0ADLEY, Room 214, "Washington Building, 39 CHURCH STREET. OPEN EVENINGS. . ! FOR SALE. : .28 COURT STREET. v I Three-story dwelling liotiso; gooj neighborhood; all modern lniprovt ntents. j EDWARD M. CLARK 39 Church Street j -'-.'wr. ,.. j.,,,,;.