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- THE MORNING JUSEJAL-COURIER,: MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1907.
11 FAIR HAYEN. 'Much sickness is reported in this part of tne city, due very large'.y to the trip conditions of the weather of late. One undertaker, H. W. Crawford, is preparing for six funerals which he has on hand. Not all these cases are traceable to the bad weather, but a number are. '.,'.. D. 'William- Fowler, one of the old and well known residents of Foxon, died at his farm house in that place yesterday. He was about TO years of age. Mr. Fowler was a son of tho late Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan Fowler, He was bachelor and with two brothers who urvive him, John H. and James B. Fowler, he has made his home on this farm for many years. This farm was known as one of the model farms of New Haven county. Mr. Fowler also leaves another brother, Attorney Chas; Holt Fowler, of this city. A sister was the late Mrs. Joel A. Sperry, of this city. Arrangements for the funeral had not been made yesterday. Mrs. Harriet Downes die! at her home, 441 Forbes avenue, yesterday at the age of 82 years. She was a wiJow. Her funeral will be held at her late home to-morrow at 2 p. m. and inter ment will be in East Haven. Mrs. Louisa Schmidt died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frederick Fischer, yesterday, in the 79th year of her age. She was a widow and 4 na tive of Germany. She died at S57 Grand avenue and the, funeral services will be attended or. Monday at 3 p. m. at the Memorial chapel in Fair Haven cemetery.. Rev. George A. Alcott will officiate and six grandsons will act as bearers. ' The funeral of Mrs. Sophia A. Martin Teas attended yesterday afternoon at her late residence, 158 Lombard street, and interment was in Evergreen ceme tery. Mrs. Martin wis the widow of Richard Martin. The funeral of George W. Jacibs was conducted at his late home in Grafton street Saturday afternoon,: Rev. Dr. Sneath ofneiatinst. At the Grand Avenue congregational church yesterday, the services were , preparatory to. the Chapman campaign which begins in this city January s. Rev. Dr. Sneath in the morning preached on the subject, "The King's Business,' and in the evening he preached on, "Neglect.". In the morn ing Or. Sneath told about who Dr. Chapman is and of his methods of work in Philadelphia, where 1,100 peo ple were brought into the churches, and spoke also of how he had reorgan ised and built' up Into a strong working church one of the New York parishes. He then referred to trie work in the Grand Avenue Congregational church where the Fair Haven churches are to unite in services each evening during the campaign, The services in' this church arc to' be in charge of Dr. Os trom, who is spoken of as a very suc cessful evangelist. There will also be a singing evangelist to assist. There are also to bo two saloon evangelists, and Jim Berwick is in charge of the railroad men's work. Dr. Sneath stat ed that he had a great deal of hope fulness, from the coming -evangellstica! campaign. Dr. Sneath stated that it was necessary to raise money to carry on the meetings in this church and the part of this church was to raise $250. Pledges were taken lor a liberal amount.' In the other churches pledges were also taken to assist in .this work in the Fair Haven field. At the Sunday school session yesterday noon, Mr. Jones of. the T. M- C. A. gave a short talk to the boys. During the services yesterday some "of the revival hymns were "sung. One aged member of this church stated yesterday that she re membered a revival of many years ago when thirty-seven sea captains were added, to . the membership -of. this church. At, the East Pearl Street M. E. yes terday morning the pastor, Rev,- E. C. Tullar, preached In exchange with Rev. J. A. Marsland, .of Derby. The December meeting of the Men's Club will be held in the Grand Avenue Congregational church this evening at 8 0 clock. It was expected that Col. N. G. Osborn, editor of the Journal ; late last evening he Informed Dr. Sneath that he would be unable to be present owing to a severe cold. At the meeting this evening there will be music provided. Rev. R. E. Brown, of Pilgrim church, preached last evening at the Taylor church, which "has just been reopened for services after extensive repairs. Mr. Brown preached on, "The Building of the Walls of Jerusalem by Nehe- miahs" The Connecticut board of railroad commissioners has just approved the removal of the Cedar Hill station, in Jorder thc.t Tlumphrey street may be fcxtended, but it is not known just lwhen the work of removal will begin. IThere will be no haste in mfaking: the emoval, because "the. building does not lit present interfere with the extension f Humphrey street. It is believed by "air Haveners, who had planned to fnake a protest against the dlscontln- ance of the present depot, that the ompany will at Ieafet build a platform t some convenient point which can e used while the station is being -rn down and also that it will later rect a new depot In that locality. ' At he hearing held at the station a shorUl Ime ago,, at , which the protestants Ithdrew their Complaints following r. Spock's statement that the coin- any would provide a new depot for air Haveners, it was pointed out. by le road's representative that while the lact location 'of the new building was ill in doubt he was authorized to say lat some accommodations -would--be 1-ovided to take care of the patrons the road pending the completion of e company's plans. W. R. Downs of Quinnipiae avenue, e of the T. Si. C. A. speakers, gave short address before the Sunday hool of the Grand Avenue Baptist urch yastertlay noon. Jresterday the damp and cloudy con- ions made the weather very dis- reeable. The congregations at the irehes were quite small In conse- ence. The light rain Ui the evenlne s a wind up of two very dlsajxee :e days. f.t th Grand Avenue Baptist church ' yesterday morning the p.?stor. Rev. i Charles G. Smith, preached in ex johanga with Row Dr. Ford of the Oli vet Baptist church. The profit! from the pale held at Strong school a week ago Saturday amounted to $167. , Fair Haven gets its share of clerks and carriers vho passed the recent i civil service examination in this city. On the waiting list from which ap ; pontees will be taken as they arc want ed are 40 nanus, including the follow ing, from thi3 district: For post office 'clerks; Charles C. Berg, 69 Saltonstall ! avenue; Jamen A. Fitzgerald, 105 Mon jroe; Daniel I,. McAllen, 34 Poplar; Wil liam II. Murray, 25 Lloyd: Patrick D. O'Dea, 107 Saltonstall; William F. Sul ilivan, 34 Poplar; Edward T. Tooley, 316 Blatchle.; Hnry J. Falsey, 53 Wol- cott; Paul B. Martin, To iRowe; Walter jj,,Moran. 291 Blatchley; John E. Ma l.loney, 137 Chatham. For carriers, George N. J. McOuigaii, 28 James; : Timothy F. Harrigan, 244 James; Wil' iliam J,i Flanagan, 1087 Townnend; Frank II. Bunnell, 06 Ferry; Edward jj. Kent, 307 Ferry street. Rev. Merrltt A. Farren of Providence who formerly resided in Fair Haven East, has just been located as pastor of the Congregational church In South lAthol, Mass. He was pastor for sev eral years of the Edgewood church in Providence and previously was located I as pastor rjf a church in Vermont. I Friends receiving letters from Dr. jMary B. Moody of Fair Haven Heights, who ! spending the winter in j California in company with her daugh ter. Miss Mary 0. Moody, learn that ! Mrs. Moody's health is Improving. The Moodys have heen stopping at Berke , ley, Cal., but intend to spend the re mainder of the winter in Pasadena. Linus Bradley has returned here af ter three years' absence. He was in San Francisco during the earthquake. Tho storm of Saturday was too heavy foi the oyster boats and noth ing was done in the line of dredging. The steamer W. T. Lane-raft and the schooner Lena Rowland came In from Long Island with oysters Just ahead of the storm. Most of the Fair Haven crosswalks were in a terrible condition yesterday. in some places pedestrians . would go over shoe in the slush. Certainly the crosswalks need the attention of the street cleaners. Announcement of services for the week .at the Grand Avenue Congrega tional church are as follows: The ad journed annual meeting of this church will occur on Tuesday evening, Dec. 31. All organizations should have their reports ready for that evening. On Wednesday, the Ladies' Social, guild will meet for work at 2:30. Business meeting at 3:30. Thursday, the regular meeting of the Ladles' auxiliary of the Woman's , Board of Missions will . be held in the church parlors at 2:30. Mrs. E. G. Tewksbury of Tungcho, North China, will address the meeting. The members of t'.e Young Ladles' Mission circle and all other ladies of the con gregation are Invited. Friday, & union prayer meeting will be I'elA in the evening in the St. Andrew's M. E. church. : f YALE GLEE CLUB READY. 5,000 Mile Trip n Great Social Event for Graduates. The Tale Glee and Mandolin clubs leave Wednesday for its 6.000 miles trip, which will end In New York Jan uary 4. The trip this year will be through the. south rather than the west, and the members of the cluhs as in former years will have a special train of three cars." In each of the fifteen cities wh.ere concerts are given there will be dances given by grads, teas by ladies inter ested in Yale and the trip will be one of the greatest social marches of triumph of the year. LECTURE AT NOKTH HAVEN". Dr. DcForest to Talk on Experiences With Army In Manehuria. This evening at Memorial hall. North Haven, Dr. John II. DeForest of Senrtai, Japan will tn'k on Ills experiences witlt the Japanese army In Manchuria. The lecture will be illustrated with lantern slides made from photos taken by Dr. DeForest himself. Tho entertainment Is under the aus pices of the CongregatioiiBl church and the proceeds will be devoted to the Im provements made in the parsonage. A CORRECTION". Brainard & Davis Bankrupts, Have Xo Connection With Wilbur Cor-. . jioration. The firm of Bralnerd & Davis, bank rupts, were not suecef;s6r to the Wll bul Corporation of 321 Wtnthron ave jnue. as lias been stated. The. two mem bers of the former Arm were formerly with the Wilbur Corporation, cabinet makers and special woodworkers, but (here has been no connection between the two companies since the firm uf Brainard & Davis was formed. VXIOX LEAGUE ELECTIOX. Smith G. Weed Will Probably be Chosen President To-night. , . The annual meeting of the members of the Cnlon I.enRuc club will be held jto-nisht and it is probable that Mn. tin smith (3. weed or the governors Foot Guard 'wl'l be elected president. It lit sairl that the other candidal'1 for the honor have withdrawn from the race &nd that Governor Wondrnr.- i who was proposed has declined be- lcause htr ca"o the time. PAIXFI hLX WOUNDED. Murderous Assault In New Milford by Boarder, New Milford, Dec. 15, Henry Straub, an aged night watchman who conducts a boarding house here, was assaulted and painfully wounded by one of his boarders, Gilbert. Blake, here yesterday afternoon and Blake is held under a charge of murderous assault for trial on Monday. Straub will probably re cover, although1 his wounds are of a serious nature. Make a note now to get Ely's Cream Balm If you are troubled with nasal catarrh, hay fever or cold In the head. It is purifying and soothing to the sensitive membraW that lines, the air passages. It is made to overcome the disease, not to fool the patient by a short, deceptive relief. There is no cocaine nor mercury in it. Po not be talited Into taking a substitute for BlyV Cream Balm. All druggists sell It. Price 50e. Mailed by Ely, Bros., 56 Warren street. New York. To MADEIRA, SPAIN, the MEDITERRANEAN ! Specially Constructed and Equipped Exclusively for Treasure Travel ' LEAVING NEW YORK JANUARY 29lh, 1908. Tor complete information and. booklet apply to SWEEZEY & KeLSEY GENERAL STEAMSHIP AND 102 CHURCH STREET NEW HEADS CHOSEN Daughters of -Scotia and Clans McLeod and Oampbel. Elect. Victoria 'Lodge No. 1, Daughters of Scotia, have elected the following of ficers for the coming year, viz.: Chief (laughter, Mrs. R. Gibson; Past. Chief daughter, Mrs. Annie Jones; Lieuten ant Chief Daughter, Mrs. James Ad amson; Chaplain, Mrs. John Hender son; Treasurer, Mrs. James Mustard?; Financial 'Secretary, Mrs. John I.ovo d;iy; Recording Secretary, Mrs. Alex ander Watson; Conductor, Mrs. Wil liam Affleck; Warder, .Mrs. Ooglpr; Outside Guard, Mrs. Prawn; Trustee, Mrs. Robert MacArthur. Clan McLeod, O. S. C. Clan McLeod No. SI, V. S. 0.. at (its last meeting, elected the following offi cers to serve for the coming year. Chief, Donald Campbell; Past- Chief, William , Davidson; Tanist, William Dickie; Chaplain, Robert MacArthur; 'Secretary1. James K. Ritchie; Financial Secretary, R. Webster; Treasurer, George N. Andrew; Physician, B. S. Lewis, M. Senior Henchman, John XMA GOODIES. NOW FOll MERRY XMAS AND YOUR FEAST. Visit the big market. Tt is fittingly named "THE HOl'SEWIVE'S DE LIGHT." Burg.-iln sales all this week and an enormous variety of holiday dainties. , V . 1 I'-RCIT. Sweet Orange direct from Florida, fancy "Russet and Pineapple varieties. ISc, 25c, 30c. 35c, 40c dozen. Extra heavy GRAPH FRt'IT, 10c each. 3 for 25c. Cranberries. Me nt. Fancy Native Celerv. 18c. bunch. Re stalk. NUTS. Fancy Mixed Nuts, 14c lb. Peanuts, So tit. All kinds of Mit Moats ami Nuts In shells. CANDY. Our Beautiful Xmas Boxes, filled with fresh candy, make nlcu present, for the kids, 10c box. Pop Corn Balls, 12o doz. All kinds of Xmas sweets.- 1 XMAS CAKES and Pies! We bakft them to order one or a dozen. Pump4 kin Pies. 15c. Mince, Apple, etc, 12; each. Holly Wreaths. 2 for 25c. TURKEYS. Any one who likes a flue young bird, will do well to place or der with us. Prices announced llater: Geese, Ducks, Chickens, etc. n Our store will run FlIX FORCE. This week we expect to eclipse last vear's unnrecerlented record for BAR GAINS and BUSINESS! S. S. ADAMS. Two Telephones.- ( All 42. MUX STORE. COH. ST VI E AND COI RT STREETS. Brnncli Storrsi "! Ilimnrd Are., 74.1 (irnnil Ave., 00-1 Howard Ave., aTM nnvrnport Ave., 7 Slielton Ave., 155 Uo?t St, Delicious Sugar-cured Corned Beef, , We cure all our own Corned Beef and know the quality and kind of meat used to be the best boneless brisket, rump and round to be had anywhere. It is tender and has that de- lirimis fbvnr sn nalatahle anrl V. w ,,Mtw. fUIU(UMW UIIU : satisfying. ' Send your next order for i Corned Beef to the Nesbit 'stores we want' you to know ! it. ir J me quality. The. H. Nesbit Co. Church ajtd Elm Streets. , BRANCH STORE, - 275 Edgcuood Avenue. H ART MARKET COMPANY If you want the best Poultry, use only our Ohio fresh-killed stock, conceded by everyone to be the best that comes to New Haven market. Turkeys,- Roasting Chickens, Ducks. We are making daily our cel ebrated Sausage Meat. 180 Temple St. inter BV THE MAGMFICEXT TWIN-SCREW HAMBIRG-AMERICAX LINE STEAMER MOLTKE" (12,000 TONS) Thomson; Junior Henchman, Alex. Coull; Seneschal, P. McFarlane; War den; R. Anderson;. Sentinel, George Valentine: Standard Bearer, William Fraser; Piper, Duncan Wighhart; Trustee, William L. Andrew. Clan Campbell, O. S. C. Clan Campbell No: 49, O. S. C., has placed the following officers In control of the clan for the next year: Chief, Japp; Past Chief, F. G. Funkier Tanist, Donald Nicplsnn; Chaplain, John Ross; Secretary, William Williamson; Finan cial Secretary, Alex. McKxnzle; Treas urer, M. H, Cowling; Sen for Hench man, James Rae; Junior Henchman, Andrew Purdon; Senescnal, William Cobh; Warder, Murdo Baur; Sentinel, Robert Broadbent. , A I REST ED FOR BRIDGEPORT. In company with Detective Fox ' of ; Bridgeport, Detective Dorman of the local bureau arrested Henry Light on Meadow street Saturday afternoon for robbing his Bridg;port landlady, a Mrs. Schonk, of her savings, and a. gold watch last week. He was taken back to Bridgeport Saturday night. D IVL Welch &, Son Offer CAR OF APPLES. 7 ' ' Baldwins, Greenings and Kings. ' . POULTRY. Fresh-killed Dueks. 20e; Chickens, 20c; Fowl, 18c; Turkeys, 25c all stild full-dressed. They will please yon. v FRESH VEGETABLES. Egg Plant, String Deans, Cauliflower, Spinach, Lettuce, Celery, cte. LAYER FIGS. fcv'f? Some :.'very iilec Layer Figs, 10c lb. ; i 4 J ' NEW PRUNES. - ' 5 Our Xew California Fruncs arc see them. t BARGAIN OLIVES. We have Olives In bottles from D. M. WELCH & SON. New Numbers 38-40 CONGRESS AVENUE WEST HAVE. , , FAIR HAVEN. PRE-INVENTORY SALE. Great reduction in well-known brands of Mar malades, Jams, Preserves, etc. Owing to over stock ,we will move them'out regardless of cbst. Kciller's Raspberry .lam 22 cents per jar KcUlrr'n Strawberry Jam ... I ......... .22 cents per jar"" Dundee Marmalade. .20 cents per Jar Oneida Community Jams.,, 20 Cents per jar Old Virginia Orange, Marmalade (glass). 20 cents per jar Hartley's Ornngc Marmalade (glass) 20 cents' per 'Jar' Mt. Clair Jam Kitchens Jellies and .funis. 20 cents per jnr Amceat (Acker, Merrnll & Condit) Mar-malmle- , , . , 15 cents per Jar Long's rrcscrves ArmcoTS, rum. , " VE.UHES. , . iMXEAri'LE. .. .. SLICED ORAXGE nil to close out , 25 cents per Jar Others too numerous to mention, yourself, or telephone us 198. THE S. W. HURLBURT CO. 1074 CHAPEL STREET. I 01 George St. 10 Congress Ave. . EIGHT Eight stores means eight times the buying and sell ing capacity of one. It means a purchasing power and selling advantages that a business of less volume cannot command. It means, in our case, the offering of these advantages to people in all sections of the city. It pays to trade at our stores. SCHOENBERGER'S 615 Howard Av;. ' 11 Shelton Ave. i H"f f The Chatfleld PaiDer Co i 2Bs-3oaAfWUra J. 11V wxu waxw-i-v. J. Ct JA V- W V cfrtt. ii. J I tecome onerative and in full effect on v f tHciie Olro"' jii nd after December 19. 1H07. 1T-.ot- nniYinloto lii-ir, rf T3 v. , J rri - A ' I i Attest: and the ORIENT. TOURIST AGENTS , Telephone 3209-4 MIX-rr OVER DICE THROWING. Just who gotjStuek for the drinks in a little affair of the dice box at Michael de. Filipo's saloon at 37 Wash ington avenue Saturday night is not definitely known. De' Filipo, Oscar Hawkinson and Hendrlk Hendrickson, I the participants, all got pummelled up a bit in their, efforts tojdecido as the result of a mix-up. ' '. De Filipo is charged with breach of the peace, while the others have that charge and drunkenness to face in court this morning. THREW HOT WATER AT WIFE.' The outcome at a quarrel between James Hazelton, a colored laborer of 56 Eaton street, and his wife, Satur day night, the latter is in the New Haven hospital severely burned by being the recipient of a pail of hot wfltpr Hirnvrn hr hpr luishanrl anrl the former ,a in tne Un.ku for his sh.1M In the trouble. The woman's burns are considered serious, but are, very painful. LEAVES FOR KEDLAXDS TO-PAY. Samuel A. Stevens of, 25 Wall street leaves to-day for Rcdlands," California, Intending to spend tho winter. in all sizes and prices, , 5c up all bargains. Xou fhould Come in and see for 770 State St. 339 Grand Are 1 . . STORES ! 521 Elm Sr. and Morels Core. ' rri"t-H-aK ! TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Jiamburg'tmerican $50 AND UP 1ST CLASS ACCORD ING TO STEAMER AND DES TINATION By most modern and luxurious levia thans. Christmasjfailings London Paris lirennsylvaiiia. .Dec, P. Grant (new). .Dec. 2S Kuiserin (new). ..Jan. 4 ! Hamburg ( K-:::;::" Sails to Hamburg direct. Gibraltar Naples Genoa Hamburg, Ja. 4. Fe 15 Batavia,' J.l. 14. Mar? 7 Moltke, Jan. 29, Atir. 22 Special trip by S. S. Hamburg, Jan. 4 and eb. 13.- . Alexandria via Gibraltar and Italy. Vesi Indies U Orient, Special cruises bv mi'nerb steamers. lasting from 16-70 days. Cost from 575 if300 and up. NILE; SERVICE. Bookings here for steamers of Hamburg and Anglo-Amer-. ican Nile Co. j Tourist department fir general in- i formation. Travelers' checks good all I over the world. ' , lompniix'a odler., 35-37 BroailvraT. tf. i Sweezey & Kelsev. 102 riuireh Sf M. Zunder & Son, 249 State street; J. H. Parish Co., 86 Orange street : Bishop Co.,lS5 Orange street; H. Bussma, 71 Orange street. Starln's N.Y.&N.H.Lln PAHSEDitlKU XSU FKfaUUUl Stilt VlCfl i Loaves New Haven D:oU a. m.. st.rin Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leave New Tork 9:00 p. m., Cortland Street rier . v. . rsn excursion tickets 11.26. Rooms $1. i'ako Cha 1 Street oar to Brewery direct. C. Bt riSHBR. Attnt, w Mavva. o-'niu ite Star Line NEW Y0RK-QUEEN&TQWN-LIVERP03L Anililc, nee. in. Bnltfc, Jan. 23. r-oUlc1, Kelt. 0. Bnrflc, Feb. 20. rtnltle. n-e. ?7. Celtic, Jan. 0. PLYMOUTH-GHERBOURB-SOUTHAMfTON Oeeimir, Dec. 17. 4i30 p. in.) Jan. IS. Mmjentlo Oee. 24, 10 n. ni.) Jan. 33. 'i Adriatic, Jan. 1, 3::tft n. in., Jnn. SO. "i'eiitonle, Feb. 5, March 4. IINew, 25,000 tons; has elevator. Gym nailtim, Turkish Batlis. 0i'chestra. , BOSTON-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL Fnt Ti-rln Scren Mittl stealers, of 11.400 to 15.104 tons. , CYMRIC, Jnn. 8, Feb. it, Mar. 18. JS&SS? ITALY and EGYPT Via Aiiores, Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers CEDRICM-y ,nn- ' lbl 13 Cnnopte, Jan. 11. Feb. 22, Apr 4, May 16 Kppulillc, Jan. 26, Mar. 7, Apr. 18. Romanic, Feb.l, Mar.ll, Apr.2n, May 30 Cretlc, Mar. 28, May 9, June 20, Aug. 1 tor pians, etc., apply to Coinpanjr' Olllce, U lironannr, M. . or 84 State St, India Building, Boston, or to B-weeiij Kilsoy, 103 Church treet, Biehop Jk Co., US Orange street; J. H. Parish A Co., tf Orange itrect. Now Harea, : m25 mwf JTYJJIOTICES AMENDMENT OF SECTION 66 OF THE CITY' ORDINANCES. CONCERNING FIRE DISTRICT LINES. - In compliance with section 35 and 123 of the Charter of the City of New Ha ven, notice la hereby given of the adoption and approval of tin following ordinance of the city of New Haven: Be It ordained bjf the Board of Alder men of the City of New Haven: Tlist section 6(t of the Ordinances of the City of New Haven revised to Aug ust 1, 1905, be amended as follows: By adding the following words after the Word "street" on- the 26tlr line and before the word "two" on the 2qtb line, "to th center of Ora'nge street, thence In a southerly direction to 'the center of Clark street through the center of Clark street," so that as amended said section shall read as follows: Be it ordained by the Board of Alder men of the City of New Haven: Sec. 5il. The portion of the City in cluded within tho following boundaries shall be known as the nre district, namely: ' Beginning at tlio Intersection of Vfest Water street with the Now York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad; and thence following tho tracks of said Railroad to Cedar street through the center of Ce- j dar street to the center of Minor Street, through the center of Miniy street to tho renter of Howard avenio: through the center of Howard avenufj to a point 2fl() foot south of Congress avenue; thence in a westerly direction parallel with Congress avenue' to tho center of Daggett streei; through tha center of DRggett street to tho center of Con gress avenua, through , the center of Congress avnnuo to tile center of War! i street; through the center of Ward street to a point 200 feet north ot tho center line of Congress avenue; thenoa In an easterly direction and parallel wtlh the center line of Congress avenue io the center of Howard avenue through the center of Howard avenue to in o center of Howe street, through the center' of Howe street and Dlstwell avenue to Bristol street; thence in an easterly direction in a straight line through the center of Bristol street to the center of Ashman street; through the center of Ashman street to the cen ter of, T,ock street; through the center of Lock street to a point, midway be tween the rails of the New Haven & Northampton Railroad, to the center of Sachem street; through the center of Sachem street to the center of Whitney avenue; through' the center of Whitnev avenue to a point 185 feet south of Humphrey street, thence In an easterly direction in a line parallel with Hum phrey street; to the center of Orange street, thence. In a soathery direction to the center of Clark street, through the center of Clark street to the 'center of State street; through the center of State utreet .to a point 110 feel west of the west, line of Mill river street meas uring at a. right angle with said west (line: thence in a southerly direction and parallel with the westerly line of Mill River street to the center of Walnut ; street; through the center of Walnut 'street to the tracks of the New York, j New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co.. ! and following the tracks to .lames i street; through the center of James street, to Market street; through Hie i center of Market street to Haven j street; through the center of Ha ; ven ntreet to Exchange street; 'through the center of - Exchange, street to James street: through the cen jter of James street to Wolcott street; I through the center of Wolcott street to I Mill street: through the center of Mill street in Chapel street; through, th-' center of Chapel street to the channel of Mill river; to the center of Tomlinson bridge, to the end of Long ... Wharf. thence oy a straignt line to rue point of beginning. Board Of Aldermen, 1 November 190". Read for the first time and ordered printed lu the Journal. A. OSWALD PALLMAN, Assistant City Clerk. Board of Aldermen, December 2. 1907. Tabled unU next meeting. A. OSWALD PALLMAN, Assistant City Clerk. Bosrd of Aldermen, December !. 1007. Read for the second time, report ac cepted and ordinance adopted by- a ma- i jortty vote ot ait tne aldermen present and absent. A. OSWALD PALLMAN, - ' Assistant l Hy Clerk. City of New Haven, December 11. 1007. Approved. jun.i r.j o i i. l.'ivb. l . :iaynr. t EDWARD A, STRFKT. TRAVELERS'-GUIDE. ftjewyY6rk ' ; Jeiv Haven fj art ford Railroad NOVEMBER 25, 1007. FOR AEW VOHK-4:20, x5:35, 8:50. x":20. "8:00, jc8;20, 4:45, S:45, 12:03, 3:47, i -11:3.-1, iii:m, 10:30 a. m., 12:in, IU:22. 1 :25. 2:3, 2 25, 13:52, !'j4:22. 4:55, 6:08. 6:35, 6:03, 6:42. 7:03, 7:2. IS:22. 9:0S. 8:20 , tm. Sundays 4:20, 445; x7:55, 8:50. a. 111., 2. Oil,' 1:42, 1:55, 2:0.1, 3:52, 4:35, 5:13, .6:10. 6:42, :03, 7:52, 9:3, 't):2U 11. m. . For Washington via Harlem River 1:'0, p. 111., 12:00, night, daily. - Tor R.iKlon via Hiirlford it nil tVllll ni ii niii to .07. a. ni, .4:05 p. in. V'or Boston Tin View London innil Pro v ii! eiier 2 : 2 0. M 55. 7:47, lli:42, . m., J2:0.ri,;.:tlJi42,':'!.,:55. 4:20, '4(53, .li:4J, 7:0.V; r.:-;ii. f Sundays 2(20. 2.55, !!11:53, a;iro., 12:05, '2:55, 4:'53. 'i P- ni. v For Boston via' Knrlncrfii-lil 1 :VC "' II:11, a,, ni... 1:15, r.:4r. p. m.' Sun S, . days 1 1-J a. in.. 1:45. .5:46 n. ni. si. mi, :j,i. 40n-yi: 1. -11:11 a 111,. I f xl:00, 8;1), '1:05. xS:O0.' 5:4R, :08 (to Ilartrrrfir. 7:10, xS:lfl. 9:52 p. m. Sundays 1:10. x!:05, 11:45 a. m., 1.15. 5:40. 7.10, xS:l,. x9:20 p. m. For New Loudon, Ete. 2:20, 2:E5, 7:17, U:1J.-rs tto Kaybrook). 1111:42. . '" , - "j:j. :oa. i:uo 4:20, I:53.--5:SS. 6:10, (to Saybrook). I:42,.7:0w 11:30, (to Saybrook). n. m. SindaysM,2:20, 2:'.5, 8:52, 11:53, a. m., 12:'0B. 2:5C, '4:53. 7:05 p. m. For IHidilleton-n. Mllllinnnttc, Etc. 7:u.r) a.iin., 12:58, 5:36, (to Worcester anJ Fitchbjmrf;stj' p. ,m. Sundays 7:20 p. m. r " , For Sliellnime Full. .Etc. 7:44 a. m., .12:20, (to New HahfOiM), 4:01, 5:64, (to Wextfltld) P., ni.., t- For Watfrbury-tSSd-1 (via Naugatuck Junctionl, 8:00, 9:32 a. m., 12:01, 2:35, (5:45. 7:40. 1 1:40 p. in. . Sundays 8:25, 11:15 8. m., C:l!, 8:0-0 p. m.. For WliiKted 6:5Q , (visf Naugatuelc Junction), 9:S3 a. n 12:01, 2:35, 6:45, 7:40 p. in. SunrUiy,s 8 :25 a. m., .6:45 p. ni. - '" "'..'' ' For ritlstletil mitt Intermediate Point 6:65 (via, Bridgeport), 9:32 a, m.. 3:52 ( via Bridgeport y 4:05 p., m. Sundays 7:55 (via Brld&epor-tV-a. m. - For IJtelifleld-O:, a. m., 4:05 p. m. Suhdaya 7:ftS (via Bridgeport) a, m. Kxpress trains. -kLocAl express. Ill'arlor car limited. ' W. C. BmiUV F. C. COLBY, Geu. jSiiiH. ., .A mt. (it'll. Pns. Agt. This Winter? If so, arrange jfor' your stateroom, berths and ,6leeiing-ear accommo dation atid' pnrciiase your tickets of the oI(l.!rellalilH firm of Bishop & Co., 183-185 Orange-Street. . i i''"'5, y,''- '' 1 BaggagA f'liecltqd from residence to destinaiionff Y'''-r ' Also direct agepts for all Euro- pean nns-'i1M g-; .. - ' feBew,Hen line a'raRSssrxssssfc k rvHAKES REDUCED. t fcrEAMKlkUCHARD FECK. From' New' Hnv n Leave Bella Dock daily, except Monftays-1:30 a. m. From New York-iLeavo Pier 20, East River, foot- Peck Slik 8:00 p. m. daily except Sundays. TiniBe,fe4in. New Haven a lift New Yollk 'about fi ve rMUirs. Tickets and stateroom at Bishop rS" Co.'s, 185 Orange street, also at Bella Dock and o, Uamer.- GEO. C. BLACK, Agent. New Haven. F. C. COLLIE. Gen. Pass. Act., N. T. -i:--;- f'--t-i-T-" h FRENCH LINE. Coiuiitiuuie , eneriile, Trunitatlniitiqiiea Direct Line to HAVRE PARIS, Fiance. Sailing every., THURSDAY, 10 a. ni. From Pier 42, North River, . j-.k. New York. La Lorraine Deo, 19 La Brotagne ....,.,.. .i Deo. 2i La Provence' ... . . . i Jan. 3 La Gascogne. ..y, Jan. 9 La Lorraine' .... . v Jan. 1 S La Bretiigne. . .v..'.f1.. . . . ; . : . . Jan. Si Twmjrcrew steamer , Extra Sailings. S. . "'Florida' iHeSv Dec. 21, 3 p. m. Second plass $40.op o(uly. Low Bteeraga rates to continental points. ; Apply to French Una. 19 State St"N. T. . or Sweezey Kalseiy. 103 Church St, Bishop & Co., 183 Orange St, Parish Co.. 8 Orange 8t- CONTINUOUS SCENIC ; SURPRISES All Alojiii the I.lrte of the Soutiiern-Pacific Sunset Route New Orleans tx San Francisco. Mxkro This the Farorlte Bot CALIFORNIA SiHK'rtor Service 11 The Way. , him! nll.UaelHo Const Points. B. - R CUR.RIKR, N. K. A. 1 110 Washington. St., Boston. :' WEST 'tonrs . to Jamaica, Panama, Spanish aim t- 51 ' BlnltlJ' Trinidad, Bar- I IN U.l E.O bndoea, Windward hlnnda. Pc. 13 to 53 Days 880 to S40. 20-day automobile or carriage tonr t Jamaica,, HW or 1B0. Illnstrcteu booklet on,. rcanesti ; La Plata.'. eo.: 28 Atrto.; . ...Feb-, a Tagus Jan.. 11 I . ; . Luxurious Steamer of 6,000 tona. THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO. SANDERSON 1 fN, 22 ftate Street. "FOSTER jDEBEVOJSflS Flatlron fcldg. Bishop & Co.ru85tj.Orange etreet, Sweezey & Kelsey, lOfChurch street. AMEBIC AH LINE PlTmonth Chelouru- Sontbamptoaj From New TorW Saturdays at 9:30 a. ra. St. Paul; Dec. II. I Stv Louie. Jan. 4. New ToTk. Dec. 28. I rinla., Jan. 11. RED STAR LINE, . v , New York Aotnerp ParU. Zealand.1 De... :S. I Finland. Jan. S. KrootilaAdt Jan.; J. ,r Vartf rland, Jan. 1' Oiuce, 0- Itroadway; New lork clt. Piers 14 und 15.. N. It, If. V. CI , Bishop & Co., 1SS Oransa St: M. A' & Co.. 1)6 Orange St.: Sw.ezey & ley, 103 Church St.. Now Haven, e- i MclsrO1 413 St City Clerk.