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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1907!
15
TYPICAL GIFT THINGS ,
IN CHRISTMAS HOLLY CHINA.
' ' '
Tlrusli and Comb Trays, Oatmenl and Broad
and Milk Sets, Cake Plates. Cups and dancers,
ritchers In four sizes. Children's Slugs and
Miniature Loving Cups all decorated with
with rieh green leaves and bright red berries.
A. F.VVYLIE, 821 Chapel St.
Successor to John Bright & Co.
OBITUARY NOTES.
William Routh Passes Away at the
-ge of Eighty-one.
William iRouth, well known in West
Haven for many years, died at his late
residence, 95 Union street, on Saturday
afternoon. Mr. Routh was in his 81st
year. For many years ho had been a
retired business man. He leaves his
wife and -four children, who are
George L., Reynolds," and Thomas L.,
all of New Haven, and, Mrs. George
Sandels of New York. The funeral will
be held from his late residence at 8:30
Tuesday morning. There will be re
quiem high mags said at the Church
of the Sacred Heart at 9 o'clock that
morning. Pierce, Graham & Hayes
are the undertakers.
Funeral of G. W. Denny.
The funeral of George W. tenny was
; held from the Second Advent church,
Grand av-snue, Saturday afternoon.
Rev. M. Beebe of New Britain officiat
ed. The funeral was largely attended.
The Interment was in Evergreen ceme
tery. Plrce, Graham & Hayes were
the undertakers,
Mrs. Marian C. Elske.
The funeral of Mrs. Marian C. Fiske
of IVest Haven was held Sunday after
noon from the residence of her son, W,
E. Fiske, on Savin avenue. Pierce,
Graham & Hayes were the, undertak
ers. iKev. Mr. Trick of the Howard
Avenue Baptist church, of which the
deceased was a devout member, offi
ciated;' Mrs. Fiske was the widow of
the late' Edson H. Fiske who died 10
years' ago. The body will be taken to
Huntington, Mass., to-day and the In
terment will be held there.
Ftincrnl of John Prvli
The funeral of John Davi.-, the aged
man, well, known,, about Savin Rock,
who died suddenly of heart disease at
the New Haven hospital, will be held
from the private chapel of Pierce, Gra
ham & Hayes this afternoon. Rev.
Arthur J. Gamnioek of Christ "church,
West Haveh, Will officiate. The 3e
' ceased leaves no family. The interment
will be at the Westville cemetery.
Harriott E. Storf.
The death occurred Friday of Har
riet E. Story, daughter of the late
Richard and Harriet Benedict Story, at
the age of BS .years. . Funeral, services
wm be held in the chapel of Evergreen
cemetery to-morrow at 3 o'clock.
D. William Fowler.
The funeral services for the late D.
William Fowler will be held from his
late residence In East Haven Wednes.
day at 2 o'clock. 'Relatives and fvlends
are invited to attend.
' Thomas Preston.
Thomas Prjstcn, one of the prosper
ous retired business men and property
cwners of New Haven,' died Saturday
evening- at his residence, 183 Franklin
rrcet. '"' ..'
He was a native of Ireland, was
born June 20, 1818, in the County Fer
niinash, and was the son of Thomas
Preston and Sarah Kello.y. He remain
ed at home attending school and help
ing his parents until he was 21. when
cr ifMed the (Atlantic and located at
Bt. Johns, New Brunswick, where he
learned his trade of ship' carpenter.
After su'vt-ng his apprenticeship Mr.
Pti'f-tni went to New York, and later
removed to New Orleans, La..
In lsu he came to New Haven to see
ft friend, and being well pleased with
the locality he settled in this city, and
follow a the. trade of .shir- carpenter
and Joiner for several years. During,
the civil war Commodore Gregory, a
fiend of Mr. Preston, Induced him to
locate in Boston, and while there he
wprked on the famous "Merrlmac."
After 15 months he went to the New
Tork navy yard, where his skill ob-
alned him employment for five years,
inder Admiral Foote, a friend of Com
nodore Gregory. Feeling however,
hat New Haven suited him better as a
ilace of residence, Mr. . Preston re
noved to this city and until his retire-
nent followed his trade as ship earpen
er. The funeral will take place to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock from St.
,'atrick's church.
Late Thomas Fitch Rowland.
o Editor of the Journal and Courier:
In the death of Mr. Thomas Fitch!
...... ,. ..-,v- ... no-
ig away of another former New Ha-:.,ohn Gorman, was held" at the res!
on citizen. While engaged in an ex-; deuce of lier daughter. Mrs. James
ntive, business and living in the met- i
jpolis, he newer forgot the home of
is childhood or his former acquain
tnces. It was always his great pleas
re to visit the home of his youth and
Ingle with his Old friends and asso-
ates. He was a Lancastrian school
y and his love and devotion to his
d preceptor, John E. Lovell, and his
d school mates never abated. '
He was always interested in the
rly history of New Haven and in it
osperity. He was a self-made man.
great executive ability, close at-1?
ntion to business, his broad mind put
m to the fore rank or nis calling.
is sterling Integrity, his unostenta-
us bearing In all his walks in lite,
i open, generous heart to all worthy
Jects were his characteristics.
tt'hen severe bereavements came to
m he bore them with the Christian
-tuuao instilled in the make up of
,, , , , -
' youth, and which never forsook -
il. He has been gathered to his Rear him. bring him to Me. anpel."
n7lLZVTn7 TST t-t'ay iWWO Jl ser
I rise up and blesg his memory. vant"
jCaii we, should wr- call that death?
Mrs. Mary L. Hayes.
-hefunerarof Mrs. Mary L.. wife!
Patrick Hayes, w,is largely attend-
at her late residence, 32 Sylvan ave-:
h Saturday morning, at 8:30 and, at j
3 Jonn 8 church et 9 o'clock. Where
I?hrap.r"i!ir "a-3S TSH ce,cbratea!'t wm in my mail this morning."-!
the Rev. Father Keating, celebrant; Philadelphia Press.
THOMPSON
SHOP
Our Christmas
Furniture
is offered for your inspec
tion at values which are
most attractive. Each
piece has been chosen by
us with the idea cf giving
pleasure to the recipient
as well cs to reject credit
on the give,'
46 ELM'ST-NEW'HAVEN-CT-
the Rev. Father , Ford, deien; the
Rev. Father Russell, sjb-deacon.
The funeral services for the lat
Thomas Flteh Rowland will be held Vt
the Church of the Heavenly Rest, Fifth
avenue and Forty-fifth street. Mew
York, at 10:45 this morning, and the In
terment will be In the family plot in
Evergreen cemetery In this city.
Matthew f'linnlnjrlinin.
Matthew Cunningham, the well
known downtown baker, died Saturday
at his residence, 204 Franklin street, of
pneumonia, The news oe his deeth will
he a great shook to his nmnv friends
He was very well liked and was a citi
zen of Inteerlty. He leaves a widow
two daughters and two sons.
Charles Cinrrloer.
The funeral of Charles H. Gardner
"as held ot his late residence, n Dlx
well avenue, yesterday afternoon ut
12:30 o'clock. The Interment was in
Ansonla. In which city the. deceased
formerly lived.
Mr.. Gardner leaven two daughter,
Miss Ruby G. Gardner and Mrs. Law
rence Howshield. Hfl was a member of
Elm Tree lodge. JN". E. O. P.
Mrs. r-therlne Gorman.
The funeral of Mrs. Catherine Gor
man, widow of Dennis Gorman, was
held from her late residence. 18! James
street. Saturday morning st 8:30 and
from S. Francis' church at 3 o'clock
where a solemn renutem mass was cele.
brated h" Rev. Father Kennertv. Rev.
Father Raker was deacon and Rev.
Father Shoehan, sub-deacon.
William F. Reynolds.
William F. Reynolds, aped 20 vesrs.
died Saturday, morning at his 'resi
dence. 292 Washington avenue', a.fter
a (Short illness. Mr. Reynolds was em
ployed at the roundhouse of the Con
solidated railroad and was well llkud
by a'l who knew him. He leaves his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Rev
nolds, and one sister. The funeral will
-:be held this morning: at the Church of
tne fcacrea Heart at 9. o clock.
Mri, Elirn Gorman.
Tim ,,,., 1 f n. tru .u
Hoffernnn. J12 Lambcrtoii street. Satur,
iiiviuiN, m ,iiiu n.L ci. rnrrfi
church at !) o'clocli. where a requiem
hlgrh mass was celebrated by the Rev.
Father Ear);
It was night, and cold and starless,
But tiie shining angel came,
On a mission for the Master
Singing low this sweet refrain.
"Well done, good and faithful
vant."
Nearing then the sufferer's bed,
Listening as to music's measure,
This is what the .Saviour said:
"ClBse his weary eyelids. , angel.
ser-
loosen too. ine clasp ot love,
"r'X Z' 8wee,,i
Rear him, bring him to Me. angel,
For his crown is ready, now.
No more earthly cares shall burden,
Ever cloud that placid brow,
Bear him. bring him to. Me. angel,
Heaven's joys to those I give.
Who have- served me with their pure
hearts
While upon the earth they live.
Bear. him, brlns him to me, nnge!
NY - , : " ' .1 5 "rM?-
" ii i . 1 13 " cciniift (J CCtl Unco.
Heaven holds no sili or (ear
Barberry Bittersweet.
-"I sent, a poem to the 'Highbrow
Mat - mine' dav hrr. v.0tr,i,-" ..t
rlee.T?" W!i.im.i V.L,i .'.t
pose you expect to see t appear soon."
"Tt annptirorl ennnci' rVi-jti T vr,rtn ,1.
A Mil mBm
EDUCATIONAL
I Trrentjr-fourth Year.
" T. M. C. A. BUILDING.
152 Tempi Street.
f
X f Irtnry rerlln Butler, President
.New Haven Dancin; Academy
L. II. NEWMAN, INSTUCCTOIl.
Wnltz, 2-step and 3-step taught
for $6. Payment to suit pupils. Be
Klnnerg start any time. Office hours:
11-12 a. m. 1-5 and 7-10 p. m.
. . , ; 783 CHAPEL STREET.
Over Howe & Stetson Stores.
HISS HAZEL CHADBURN.
Harmonie Hall.
Classes in Social and Classic Danc
ing Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and
Saturdays. Address 110 Howe Street,
or 'phone 507 1-M.
TII3
Nonpareil Laundry G0,
(Incorporated.)
h:ch-class woxx
We do the work for the leadinj fara
l ies ani stores.
271 Blalcliley Av New Hav3i Com.
KEY FITTING
Can and Locksmithing.
SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO
68 Center S!., E. H. BasssIL. Mgr.
EDWARD P. BRETT,
1511LOEU AND CONTRACTOR.
Sawlnp, Turning and Jobbing In
Wood of All Kinds. Window and
Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Pack
ing Boxes. '
7 FftOTT STREET.
Christmas Bells, Wreaths, Gar-
laiid3, Booklets, Cards and Post
Cards ...
"' ' ' T
J A. McKEE'S.
030 CHAPEL,
IS IT ENJOYABLE?
Io yon like xn are oS,t
pt-oplr with defetvo teeth
Do Ton not think nlhcro
noiilil be as dtatressril It
your nere tlint vrnyf Now
don't let 1lim set hej-enit the
Iielii of a ro'jiI dentist. If
on ot jonr teeth Is niUslnc;.
Iinve us Iiridnc the spne with one thnl
Is the snn color, shape nnd' size of the
natural one. '
PHIL. DENTAL ROOMS
' 781 CHAPEL ST.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
' 135-137 (35) TEMPLE ST,
HIGH-CLASS
GERMAN RESTAURANT.
Importcfl Boers n Specialty.
Business Men's Noon Lnncli 50 Cents.
HUNGARIAN GYPSY ORCHESTRA,
A. D. HELlt. .Proprietor
Hotel Garde
Oppol;e yoloo Depot,
NEW. HAVE V. CONN.
Connecticut's Largest Ho' el
Dinner 12-2:15. SO Cents.
New Tontine Hotel
ORCHESTRA EVEXtXGS.
Special attention given to banquets,
weddings and private parties. Euro
pean plan. Rooms from $1.00 up.
GEORGE T. WHITE. Proprietor.
HANDY' S NEW HOTEL
DAVENPORT
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN.
' CAFE A LA CARTE.
MUSIC EVENINGS. 6 TO 12.
Corner Ornnse mid Court Streets.
TELEPHONE 128.
THE SHOREHAM.
Washington, D. C.
Metropolitan Standard of Excollence
Absolutely modern and high class in all
detail. American and European Plan.
JOHN T. DEVINE. Prop.
GALEN HALL.
Hotel nnd Sunntorlnm,
Atlnatlc City.
Elegant stone, brick and steel build,
lug.
Always Open. Always Ready.
Always Busy.
' SEASIDE HOL'SE,
Atlantic City, IV. J.
On the Ocean front; every comfort.
Including seawater baths, elevator, golf,
etc. F. P. COOK & feON.
151 TO loii CHURCH STREET.
KESTAURANT.
Lunrhe6n. 31:30 until 3 o'clock.
ORCHESTRA EVENINGS.
Service a la Carte.
LOUIS METZGEH CATERING CO.
Advertise Your Wants in These Columns.
One Cent a Word for Each Insertion. Five
FOR SALE.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or live cents a word fur seven times.
FOR SALE Author Calendars; new;
nice Xmas gift. Address 127 Dwight
Street. dl4 7t
FOR SALE Christmas novelties at
retail, hundreds of Christmas pres
ents, toys, puzzles, games, .'books,
masks, electric engines, etc. Entiro
third lloor corner Orange and Elm.
Ask for big catalogue. George B.
Woolson Co. -' dl2 7t
FOR SALE Columbia graphoplione,
just a.s good as new, with an excel
lent collection of records. Co.;t new
$75. Can be bought for $30. M. Son
nenberg Piano Co., 801 Chapel street.
dl2 7t
FOR SALE 1,000 set Patent Stove !
Brick. , Every set warranted oijo i
year, orders received at 763 State
stree:.
AUCTION SALE.
One lent a word fur each insertion,
or flve con's a word for seven times.
AUCTION SALE ft. B. Mallory, Auc
tioneer and' Appraiser, 1123 Chapel
St. Telephone 2360. Household sales 1
a specialty. - ai tf j
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or live cents a word for seven times.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY A gran 1
and unusual opportunity for a wall
paper and paper hanging firm. Store
80 feet, deep, with fine skylight. Ex
ceptional location. Address Wall Ta
per, Journal and Courier. - 14 7t
PIAN9 TUNING.
On cent n word for $ach Insertion,
or five cents-a word, tor seven times.
PIANO TUNING Ten years' experi
ence, including some of the hrst
work In the city. Highest references.
Prices moderntr Adrire.-, V. F.
Kehnrffer. 76 , Third Street. City, or
plume 2770-3. dl4 Ht
LEGAL NOTICES.
DIs. of New Haven, as., rrobnte Court
- . December I2tn. i07.
EFTATR OF ROBERT M. KELLY, late
of New Haven, In skl district, de
ceased.
The Court of Probate for the Dis
trict of New Hiven hfith limited and
Appointed six months from the date
hereof for the creditors of said de
ceased to hrlna; In their claims agalnat
snM estnt. Those who neglect to ex
hibit their claims within said lm"
will be debarred ;' .
All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate pay-
nicn' to
MAR T T. KELLY.
rl!3 St Administratrix.
Booklovers
Take Notice
A Clearance Sale
of
Fine Editions of
Standard Authors
at
Grea tly reduced prices
List on Apolieatioi
EDWIN C. HILL COMPANY
Publishers anil Importers
437 Fifth Avenue. New York.
A Drnullful Imported Swiss Clock
handsomely andvdeeply carved, ex
cellent timekeeper and an ornament
for any room, usually sold at one
dolicr each, made by the Cuckoo
Clock Co, ot Germany. They will be
given away Free by al! druggists to
every purchaser of one 50c. box of
Dr. RroTvn's Fruit Tablets, th Great
Stomach und Nerve Tontc. Guaran
teed to cure Nervousness, Constlnn
untlon Dyspepsia nnd Barknche.
Try a box to-day and gbt a Swiss
Clock Fre.
A 25 Cent box of Dr. Brown's In.
dlnn Ointment only 10 ents. Cures
Cuts, Burns, Piles, Ecsema, Corns,
Bunions, Tired and AcLtng Feet. Try
it. Do it uoir,
BROWN CHEMICAL CO.,AlbaBy, N.Y.
A GENTLE HINT.
"I got a neat rebuke for my curi
osity once," said a well-known' Balti
more man to Llppincott's Magazine,
"and it was administered to me by a
native or tne cneat Kiver region In j
West Virginia. j
"I had stopped overnight in the dis
trict in question, and in the morning
was strolling about the place, asking I
all sorts of questions. Presently I met:
a lanky mountaineer, who greeted me :
with 'Howdy' and passed the time of !
uti iuuftL jjfcdLt,tuni . eecing mat ho
whs barefooted, a circumstance, it
seemed to me, quite odd in a moun
tainous region, I asked:
" 'Is it the custom of this country
for the men to go without shoes?'
" 'Waal,' the native drawled, 'some
on us do, but most on us atten's to
our own business.' '
FREE!
INVEST YOUR PENNIES AND WATCH RESULTS.
HELP WANTED MALE.
One cent a word for each insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY.
HELP WANTED Able bodied, un
married men, between aged 21 and
35; citizens of the United States; of
good character and temperate habits,
who can speak, read and write Eng
lish. Apply Recruiting Officer, 81)0
Chapel street, New Haven; 75G Main
street, Hartford; 1022 Main ' street,
Bridgeport; 199 Bunk street, Water
bury, Conn. J19 tf
HELP WANTED Wanted, a clerk in
hotel; must-come well recommend
ed; married, experienced; state salary;
P. O. Box 835, City. dl4 3t
HELP WANTED Honk! Honk!
.Honk! Look ."-sharp to your interest.
Now Is the time for you rig men to
learn the auto business. A thorough
knowledge of your machine and how
to repair when required is what we
teach you. Open evenings. New Eng
land Auto School, 73 Broadway. oS tf
FOR RENT.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
FOR KENT Five rooms, furnished !
heat; 208 Blatchley avenue; $18. !
Apply J. R. Blatchley, Room 7, SI
Church street. dl2 7t''
LOST.
One cent a word for each insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
LOST English bulldog, in western
part of city; name on collar, G,
T. Hasegawa. A suitable reward if
returned to 479 Elm St. dlS It
MASSAGE.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
MASSACE Miss Leeke, R. N.. (19
olive street. Rheumatism cured by
electrical massage; wrinkles, blem
ishes removed, six treatments. Self
madecreams. LadifS shown how to
care own faces. '';,, d9 lm
BRIEF MENTION
High water to-day at 8:57 a. m.
, '
The Metroplitan for December at The
Pease, Lewis Co.'r,
The soend of the 'series of whists
with a dance will be given at Young
Men's Republican hall, corner Temple
and Crown streets, to-morrow, evening,
Dec. 17, at S:15. The public Is cordial;
ly Invited.
Court Quinnlplai, No. 17, ; Foresters
of America, will hold their quarterly
meeting this evening In this rooms, 400
Ftate street. All members are request
ed to be present as election of officers
will take place.
Canton Sassacusi, No. 1, P. M I. O.
O. F., will hold the next In its series
o popular whists next Thursday even
ing in Ssssacus armory. Play will
commence promptly at 8:30.
Harry Light, who stole $105, a- gold
watch and earrings from Mrs. Schonk
in Bridgeport, was located by Detec
tive Dorman in Meadow street Satur
day afternoon and brought to Bridge
port by Detective Fox in the evening.
Detective Daly arrested at 31 Oak
street Saturday Carolina Traitino,
wanted in Newark for forfeiting a $700
bond In an assault and battery case.
1-he went back with the Newark offi
cer yesterday .without obliging him to
get any requisition papers.
Aerie No. 242, F. O. E has accepted
an Invitation from Stamford aerie to
attend their anniversary reunion on
Thursday evening next. The initiation
work will be done by the New Haven
aerio's degree team in charge of Con
ductor Sergt. W. G. Doherty. The work
uill be put on exactly as at Norfolk,
Va., September last, at which time the
team was awarded second prize for
their work by the grand aerie judges. ,
IA good sized party from this city will :
accompany the team on the trip.
William Alheine, 271 Putnam .street,
employed as a drop forger by Steinert
& Sons; was painfully injured Satur
day afternoon, having got his right
hand caught under the forge. Two
fingers were so badly lacerated that
amputation was necessary. He was
taken to the New Haven hospital
where the operation was performed.
The next of the series of Trowbridge
art lectures will be given at the Tale
Art school to-morrow crying at 8
o'clock with Mr. John M. Carrere, A.
I. A., of the speakers. He will talk on
"Civic Improvement as , to Parks,
Streets and Buildings." These lectures,
which are being given in connection'
with plans for the city beautiful, are
being largely attended.
Late Saturday afternoon an over
heated chimney at the home of Solo
mon Goldstein of 32 Dow street be
came overheated and set fire to a near
by beam. No. l's fire company attend
ed to it.
Grateful Mother "Oh, are you the
noble young man who rescued my
daughter from a watery grave?" J'(
ble young man (who is truly mi.hl ;)
"Yes, madam; but 1 assure yoiVl
only did it from a sense of du:'."f
Results Will Follow.
ERTISEME TS ijl
Cents a Word for Seven Days.
WANTED.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
WANTED Boys and Girls to go to
ir.del, and Freedman's department
store, and get a free Christmas pres
ent for selling a book of twelve draw
ing ticket, for the Light Bazaar tick
ets at the linen counter. d7 12t
WANTED Jones' Select Employment
Agency, 23 Chinch street. Telephone
1401-12. Connecticut's Largest Agency;
male and female help supplied for
mercantile and domstic srvic for any
and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere.
Open evenings.
WANTED Jones' Select Employment
Agency, 23 ' Church street. Tele
phone 1401-12. Connecticut's largest
agency, oldest and most reliable plucc
in state; male and female help, all
nationalities-supplied for mercantile
and domestic service for any and all
kinds of work sent anywhere.
WANTED All good help should call
here. We supply all the best places
and always need large numbers. Slee-
man s Reliable Employment Agency,
V t; 3 Chapel. Open evenings. ml4 tf
N N 0 U N C E M E N JS.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
ANNOUNCEMENT 'PhoNie '3027-4
for mattress work, feather renovat
ing or for particulars about Cotton's
"Kno-tuf" Felt lAlattresses best bed on
earth. Mattresses made from old
feather beds. Folding Mattress Co.,
Goffe street.
ANNOUNCEMENT Sleeman's Relia
ble Employment Agency, 763 Chapel
St., established 20 years. Largest, best
In the State. Best male and female
help for any and all kinds of work.
Sent anywhere. Op'n evenings. Tel.
1422. ' '
EDUCATIONAL.
One cent a wrd for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
EDUCATION AL Mr. Frederick Weld
will engage the services of a limited
nuinbet' of good singers for a chorus
choir. Voices tried at 139 Orange
Street.
NOTICES.
The? annual meeting of the. First. Ec
clesiastical society in New Haven will
be beld at lis chapel Monday evenlne,
December lii, 1907. at half-past seven
o'clock.
jrSTCS S. HOTCHKISS,
AHTHt'U D. OSBORNE,
ELI WHITNEY,
HKNRY U HOTCHKISS,
- THEO. H. SHELDON,
THOMAS HOOKER,
CHARLES W. WHITTLESEY
L. H. EXOL1SH.
OLIVER S. WHITE.
dlO 5t Society's Committee.
THE NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN AND
HAHTFORD RAILROAD COMPANY.,
New Haven, Conn., October 29, 3 907
To the Holders of the First Mortgage
fi per cent. Bonds of the New London
Steamboat Company, Due January 1
190S, to January 1, 1916, Inclusive: '
The New York, New Haven and Hart
ford Railroad Company will, on presen
tation at its treasurer's office in the city
of New Haven, Conn., or at the offlca
of Messrs. J. P. Morgan & Co., In ths
city of New York, pay at par and ac
crued interest to the date of presenta
tion the (i per cent. First Mortgage.
Bonds of the New London Steamboat
Company due
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, 191 ff.
THE ' NEW YORK. NEW HAVEN &
HARTFORD R. R. CO,
29 tf By A. S. MAY. Treasurer.
FOR SALE.
28 COURT STREET.
Three-story T-.'eUlng liouso; good
neighborhood; all modern Improve
".nents. EDWARD M. CLARK.
39 Church Street
FOR SALE !
Two-Family House
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All Improvements.
Chas. Wilson &C
ROOM 20O.
42 CHURCH ST.
General insurance.
TELEPHONE 3326.
REAL ESTATE.
One Family House
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FOR SALE.
A new, modern' two-family
house of 14 rodms; hot and
cold water, porcelain bath, etc.
Extra. large' Jot), Price $ 5,3 00,
Easy terms. '
M00RHEAD . & , DONNELLY,
82 CHURCH STltEET, ROOM 20.
FOR SALE.
FINE RIQENCE PROPERTIES
Judsbfi V2 ttauff,
Room 4-02. 002 Chap?!
"for, sale.
A desirable m family House. Df.'i;Ths
street south ttf ChapeL
J O, PUNDERFGRD,
, ItO CHURCH STREET.
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West Haven
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Building Lot$y1
Prices jans from $3.00 to J8.00 a
front foot. Size of lot to suit pur
chaser. ' ' '
IL V. RICHARDS,
Real Estate Sroker
141 Orangs St
FOR 'RENT
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A central -six-room flat, having. all
the Improvements.
Money to loan in sums to stilt.
L G. HOADLEY,
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Room 214, Washington Building,
39 CHURCH STREET.
OPEN EVENINGS. '
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TO LET
Rooms top flotr, bnlldlna 424 Stats
street, car. Coart. Good Heht, steady
power. froigUt elevator, and heat.
Specially equipped for light mkmh
faotor1B. ' Spaco to salt tsaants, (M
n tera of yestra Apply to )
Eenj. R. English!
839 Chapel St.'
Real Estat
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