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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COUEIER, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1908.
11 EDUCATIONAL Twenty-fourth Year. rotm T. M. O. A. BUILDING. 153 Templo Street. ldner Perlln Btuler. President. Dr. John Ericson Heyke (U. of P.) DENTIST. 15! Temple St., Y. M. C. A. Bldg. Office Hours: 9-12 2-5. Tel. 641. MISS HAZEL CHADBURN- Harmonie Hall. Classes In Social and Classic Danc ing Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Address 116 Howe Street, or 'phone 5071 -M. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. 133-137 TEMPLE ST. HIGH-CLASS GERMAN RESTAURANT. Imported Beers a Specialty. Business Men's Noon Lunch 50 Cents. HUNGARIAN GYPSY ORCHESTRA. A. D. BELL Proprietor Hotel Garde Opposivo Unioo Depot. NEW HAVBLN. CONN. Connecticut' Largest Ho el Dinner 12-2:18. 50 Ccnta. New Tontine Hotel ORCHESTRA EVENINGS. Special attention given to banquets, rorfrttnw and orlvate parties. Euro pean plan, Rooir.i from $1.00 tip GEORGE T. WHITE, Proprietor. HANDY S NEW HOTEL DAVENPORT AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN. CAFE A LA CARTE. MUSIC EVENINGS, 6 TO 12. Corner Orange and Court Streets. TELEPHONE 128. 161 TO 150 CHURCH STREET. RESTAURANT. Luncheon. 11:30 until i o'clock. ORCHESTRA - EVENINGS. Service a la Carte. LOUIS METZOER CATERING CO. THE SHOREHAM. Washington, D. C. Metropolitan Standard of Excellence Absolutely modern and high class m all detail. American and European Plan. JOHN T. DEVINE. Prop. GU-EN HAM Hotel and Snnntortom, Atlantic City. Elecant stone, brick and steel baud- Ins. . Always Open. Always Ready Always Biy. . -Comfout Without extravagance." HOTEL WOODSTOCK W.43"-DST.KSNEWY0RK QUIET AND IN THE HEART OF THINGS Rooms with running water, $1.50 and up With bath, $? and up. suites, $5 and up Write for particulars. Wire for reservations, our expense. W. H. VALIQUETTE, Manager. I80 THE BERWICK. Rutland, vt. ATLANTIC CITY. seaside; hovse, Atlantic City. X J. On the Ocean front; every comfort. Including seawater baths, elevator, coif, etc. F. P. COOK & SON. HOTEL STRAND. Fireproof. On the ocean front with unobstructed view, between the two piers. Open all the year. New throughout, with ei-ery appointment and cf mfort. Fresh and sea water baths, with shower attach tnents, private and public Reduced winter rates. Booklet. H. L. FAIREAIRX, Manager. mm k st x r- UflT 7 2A.an Km& m its ran n PpP3?WJf TWELVE OMElafS PROOF Ei ifll iMl m S TRANSIENT riM.flfil-ltfi H S music MOUNT ROYAL SAFE. Long Overdue Steamer With 300 Im migrants Puts Back. Queenstown, Jan. 17. The overdue steamer Mount Royal steamed slowly Into Queenstown to-day, and the news of her safety was received with ex pressions of delight in shipping circles. She had not been heard from in many days, having been last reported oft the Lizard on December 10, and watch was being kept for her on both sides of the Atlantic and as far south as Ber muda. The Mount Royal belongs to the Canadian Railway's Atlantic service. Bhe left Antwerp December 7 for St. John, N. B. She had on board 300 Hun. garian emigrants and a crew of about 100 men. She was first definitely sighted off Old Head of Klnsale, six teen miles west of this port, early to day. She was then proceeding slow ly under her own steam, and signalled that she was coming in here. She de clined the help of a tug that was sent out to assist her, and came in alone. The Mount Royal had trouble with her boilers, and this was the reason that she had to put back, fine is at best a slow boat, and shortly after leaving the British coast she encoun. tered a series of violent gales. She Daiuea witn the heavy weather lor a fortnight, until Christmas eve, when serious trouble with her boilers devel oped. The steamship was then in long itude 24.50 west, latitude 45 north. The engine room staff ultimately suc ceeded in obtaining a moderate supply of steum, but the weather was such that the captain reluctantly decided U was best to make for the Irish coast, Consequently the steamship was head ed about and steamed slowly into port Passengers and crew all are well. The Mount Royal sailed from Ant werp December 7 for Halifax. She car ried a passenger list of 304 persons, made up of immigrants, principally from southern Europe and Russia. He Crew numbers about 100 men. , una agents of the line at St. John had practically given up hope that the vessel was still afloat. New Havsn Dancitn Academy L. H. NEWMAN, INSTRUCTOR. Waltz, 3-etep and S-step taught for 6. Payment to suit pupils. Be ginners start any time. Offlee hours: 11-12 a. m 1-5 and 7-10 t. m. 783 CnAPEL STREET. Over Hon A Stetsoa Stores. JEWELERS. The beauty and brilliancy ot a DIAMOND depends more or less upon being prop erly mounted. A good many of the new ring mounting.-! have the clamps lined with platinum, which gives the stone a while and clearer appearance. We remount diamonds or can make you an entire new mounting. It is not what you PAY for a thing, but what you GET for what you pay, that counts. Quality and Good Value are in every item in our stock. Guard Chains set with fancy stones. Gold Beads, single and grad uated strands, from $10 up. Gold Necklaces mountetl with pearls, sapphires, topaz, etc., $16 to $38. Sterling Toilet Ware Combs, Brushes, Mirrors and Manicure Sets. Cut Glass Vases, that every one appreciates, and beautiful pieces of Pouyat China. Monson's Jewelry Store. 857-859 Chapel St. BROOCHES. We are now showing a most com plete line of brooches, especially in the dainty enamel and scmi-prccioua stones. j The early purchaser baa the best variety to choose from. ;a CHAfet STuteT. new haven, ct CHAPEL STREET A. O. H. BARBED OUT. Priest Refuses to Permit Order to Attend Church FuneraL Philadelphia, Jan. 7. Members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians were greatly stirred up to-day through the refusal of the Rev. D. I. McDermott, rector of St Mary's Roman Catholic church in this city, to permit funeral services to be held in his church over the body of John Daly, a parishioner, because a Hiberian lodge had been in vited to attend the obsequies. The funeral was to have been held yesterday, but because of Father Mc Dermott'a opposition to the Hiberni ans it had to be postponed. He, how ever, agreed to permit the funeral to take place from St. Mary's only on condition that the invitation to the Hibernians be revoked. The widow agreed, and In the funeral notice printed to-day it was stated that "the invitation to the Ancient Order of Hi bernians to attend the funeral Is here by revoked." The funeral was held from the church to-day without the presence of the Hibernians. Father McDermott, in explanation of his opposition to the society, said he formed an opinion of the Hibernl ans during the Molly Maguire reign of terror in the Pennsylvania coal re gions. He said: "My absolute opposition to the An cient Order of Hibernians is based on my knowledge and the facts In my possession about the Molly Magulres which I got directly from the con demned Molly Magulres themselves, No power on earth will ever make me recede one inch from my stand against the Hibernians. I have given my tes timony against them, and what I said was true and is true, and I cannot compromise on it." "It is fierce," said M. T. Keenan, vice-president of the Irish-American club and a member of the Ancient Or der of Hibernians, in commenting on the affair. "But what is the use to raise any objections? Father McDer mott is doss or nis cnurcn, ana no man will ever shake him In his prin ciple." FOUND HIMSELF HFjIe. Colonel Iitligow Camc-to In Local Sanitarium After Wanderings. A letter received in Providence from Colonel Thomas Llthgow of that city, who has been missing since Oct. 1 conveyed the information to his friend here that he is now staying at the home of his daughter in Boston, hav Ing gone there after treatment at sanitarium here. Colonel Llthgow wa formerly commander of the Seventh regiment, Ntw York National Guard and vaa at one time consular agent from San Domingo at Boston. In his letter he says that his mind was clouded apparently when he left Providence, and that he remembers nothing of his experiences until he found himself in the sanitarium ii New Haven. Upon being discharged from that institution as cured he went to his daughter's home. JULIAN CHRISTMAS. Our Foreign Population Celebrated the Day Yesterday. New York, Jan. 7 Reckoning by the Julian calendar, to-day is Decem ber 26. Consequently those through out this city who subscribe to Julius Caesar's method of marking the days began this morning, promptly at 6 o'clock, the celebration of Christmas. The celebrants Include a goodly pro portion of the population of the city Russians, Greeks, Armenians, Poles, Syrians, Servians, Bulgarians, Monte negrins, Vlachs and numerous sects enrolled In the Eastern Catholic church, which involves religious com munities many and diverse. In numerous parts of the East Side ana m west siae districts, made up of small stores, where curious goods are sold, tawdry saloons, squalid little cafes, whose Ignoble exteriors give lit tle indication of all the life and color within, and In forbidding brick tene ments, the anniversary of the birth of Christ wds markd by all the cere mony and all the merrymaking of our own celebration two weeks ago. ANOTHER ENOCH ARDEN. W. L. Barton Reappears After Ab- sence of Sli Year. After an absence of six years, dur ing which he had been reported killed In an accident on the Erie railroad, William L. Bartow, who formerly worked as a freight brakeman on the New York division of the New Haven road, made a startling appearance at his former boarding house on State street Monday afternoon in search of an old chum. The attaches of the boarding place who had reeclved word of his death, thought Bartow's ehoat was the caller. Eartow left here rather suddenly a little more than s,x years ago. None of his friends could ac count for his disappearance, but a rail road man who had worked on the Erie paid that Bartow was working for that company. About three years ago the report was received by a number of his friends here that the former New Havener had been killed In a freight wreck on the Erie road, but this story was proven false yesterday. After he had been taken for a ghost and the women and some of the men boarders at the State street house had quickly made their exit from the dining room Into which he walked. Mr. Bartow proved he was not a visitor from other worlds, but had Just called to inquire after some of his old friends on the New Haven road. , Bartow Is quite well known among New Haven railroad men In this city and at one time was prominent In some of the railroad labor unions. HOPWOOD PASSES EXAMS. Charles A. Hopwood of 1019 Kos suth street, Hartford, a graduate of the Yale law school, has been notified that he has passed the state bar ex aminations held recently at Hartford. THE STOCK MARKET (Continued from Tenth Page.) Branford U W. 5s, 137 lt Inter. Silver deh. s, 1S3J. 71 do. 1st 6s, 184S 11H N. H. Gas Subs 112, H ' N. H. Water Con. 4s IS! iN. H Rewer 4s. 1914 s N. H, City Bridge. 1U1 (J N.Milford Water 5s." 1932 8 S. N. E. Tel. 6s, l32 98 l United 111. 4s, 149 ...... S7 Ex-dlvidend. Advertise Your Wants in These Columns. Results Will Follow. CLASSIFIED INVEST YOUR One Cent a Word for Each Insertion. AUCTION SALE. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for sevei times. AUCTION SALE R. B. Mallory, Auc tioneer anu Appittioer, nit wnapei St Telephone 2360. Household sales a specialty. . at tf SALESMEN WANTED. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. AVANTED Cigar Salesmen. Exper ience unnecessary; $100 per month and expenses. Peerless Cigar Co., To ledo, Ohio. jS 7t LOST. One oent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. LOST A gold fob; monogram A. H. K.; liberal reward if left at 271 Whitney avenue. . J7 2t LOST Sunday evening, in East Ha ven Congregational church, or be tween that and Episcopal church, a muff. Please return to 261 Main street, East Haven, and receive re ward. . jS It LOST A mink necKplece with two heads in the back, Saturday about 6 p. m., between corner of Church and Chapel and corner of Elm and College streets. Liberal reward if re turned to Dr. Cheney, 112 College st i J6 It DRESSMAKING. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. DRESSMAKING Terms moderate. Out by the day, $1.00. 80 Gregory 6treet. J4 tf MASSAGE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or iv cents a word tor seven times. MASSAGE Mias Leeke. R. N,, 99 Olive street. Rheumatism cured by electrical massage; wrinkles, blem ishes removed, six treatments. Self made creams. Ladies shown how to care own faces. d9 lm EDUCATIONAL. One cent a word tor eacn Insertion, or five cents a word tor seven times. EDUCATIONAL Mr. Frederick Weld will engage the services uf a limited number of good singers for a chorus choir. Voices tried at 139 Orange Street EDl'CATIONAL Private lessons In drawing and water cojor after Jan uary 1st. T. it. wane, 71 Kensington St d20tf STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS. THE NEW HAVRN COUNTY NATION AL 11AK. New Haven. Conn., Jan. t, 1 90S. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the New Haven County Natlona1 bank for the election of Directors to serve the ensuing year will be held Jt their banking house on Tuesday, Jan uary 14. 1908. Polls open from 11 o'clock a. m. to U m. H. O. BEDFIELD. J 8td ltw Cashier. IS IT ENJOYABLE? De r iim fe see eKbw sweyl with tefectlT terth D r -lk ethers ftonld he as tlstresscd If fears were that way! iw ilnet IH them set hereed the help ef ceoel eVattat. If eee ef jnt teeth la mleale. have hrlee the space with eae that la the same eeler, shape aae else ef the ataral eee. PH1LI DENTAL ROOMS 781 CHAPEL ST. Booklovers Take Notice A Clearance Sale of Fine Editions- of Standard Authors at Greatly reduced prices List on Application EDWIN C. HILL COMPANY PabUakers a laspntera 437 FlftB Areaisw. Hew Tark. I m Nonpareil Laundry Ca- (Incorporated ) HIGH-CLASS WOR.K. We do the work for the lending fam ilies and stores. 271 MiWi At., New Him Csna. i ADVERTISEMENT PENNIES AND WATCH Five HELP WANTED MALE. One cent a word tor each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. WANTED FOR V. S. ARMY Able bodied, unmarried men, between 21 and 35; citizens of the United States; of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Apply' Recruiting Officer, 890 Chapel street, New Haven; 756 Main street, Hartford; 1022 Main street, Bridgeport; 199 Bank street. W aterbury. i jJ9 tf HELP WANTED Honk! Honk! Honk! Look sharp to your Interest Now Is the time for young 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. 08 tf HELP WANTEDFEMALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven times. HELP WANTED A competent girl for general housework; call morn ings. Call No. 214 Canner street. j8 2t HELP WANTED Competent maid for general housework; good wages. 698 Washington Avenue, West Haven. j7 tf HELP WANTED A girl Tor general housework; German or Swedish pre ferred. 348 Willow street, J7 It LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE. The Arm of Collins and Frodel has been dissolved by mutual consent, the business heretofore curried on by said firm Is to be continued by Frank Col linn to whom all bills are to be paid, and by whom all claims will be paid. FRANK COLLINS, HKNRV F. FRODEL. J8 3t District of New Haven, ss., Probate Court, January tilh, 1908. ESTATE OF EMILY D. CLARK, late of New Haven, In said District, de ceased. The Executrix, having exhibited her administration account with said es tate to tills Court for allowance, it is ORDERED, That the 10th day of January, 1908, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at a court of Probate to bo held at New Haven, in said District, be appointed for a healing on the al lowance of said account, and that no tice of the time and place of said hear ing be given by publishing this ordor three times in some newspaper having a circulation In said District. By the Court: JOHN L. GII.SON. Clerk. Frederick I Perry. 304-305 Exchange Building, New Haven, Conn. J7 3t District of New Haven, ss., Frobate Court. January 3rd. 19,18. ESTATE OF JOHN F. FARRELL, late of New Haven, in said district, de ceased. The Executor, having exhibited hli sdminlFtrutlon account with said estate to this Court for allowance, it Is ORDERED, That the 10th day of January, l'JOS, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at a court of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said District, be appointed for a hearing on the al lowance of said account, ana inai no tice of the time and place of said hear ing be given by pubiisning mis orner three times In some, newspaper having a circulation in shiu Lusinci. By the Court: , JOHN L. OILSON.' Clerk. Law offices of Lynch and Lynch. First National Bank Building, New Haven, Conn. J7 3t THE NEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK 170 ORANGE STREET Corner Court, NEW HAVEN, CONN. 139th Consecutive Semi-Annual Dividend. The Trnstees have declared a div idend for the six months ending December 31ft, 1807, on all de posits entitled thereto, at the rate FOUR PER CENT Per Annum on All Sums From $1.00 Upwards. Pcpotilts made In tills Bank on or hefore January Ifltli, 108, will draw Interest from January 1st. Accounts can be opened by mail. LEWIS H. ENGLISH, President. JAMES S. HEMINGWAY, Treasurer. WINSTON J. TROWBRIDGE, Assistant Treasurer. Christmas Bells, Wreaths, Gar lands, Booklets, Cards and Post Cards AT JV. A. McKEE'S. 30 CHAPEL. KEY FITTING Cun and Locksmithing. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO 68 Center St., E. H. Basse!!, Mgr. RESULTS. Cents a Word for Seven Days. WANTED. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word tor seven times. WANTED Witnesses of the trolley accident on November 12 last, at State and Court streets, at 6:30 p. m. Man was seriously injured and car ried to Ford's Drug Store. Address, Accident, Courier office. j6 3t WANTED Active partner in light manufacturing business. Large profits; grand opportunity; . $2,000 needed. Business, this office. WANTED Jones' Select Employment Agency, zi church street Telephone 1401-12. Connecticut's Largest Agency; male and femalo help supplied for mercantile and domstic srvio for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. WANTED All good help should call hero. We supply ail the best places and always need large numbers. Slee man's Reliable Employment Agency, 763 Chapel. Open evmlnga. mli tf SITUATION WANTED MALE One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. SITUATION WANTED Young mar ried man, ambitious, intelligent and of good address, desires position; any honest proposition considered. W. M. C, Care Journal-Courier. J7 7t SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. SITCATIO.V WANTED As seam stress In private familv bv exrier- lenced dressmaker. Address this of fice, M. F. . is it f . w SITUATION WANTED Wanted by a respectable girl a situation at gen eral housework or waiting. No objec tion if out of town. Inquire, No. 75 Winchester Ave. d27 2t LOANS WANTED. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. REAL ESTATE LOANS Wanted, a loan of $2,800.00 on first mortgage real estate. Address, E. L. H., Courier. d25 3t ANNOUNCEMENTS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. ANNOUNCEMENT Scissors sharp ened free at Bassett's Gun Store, 5 Church street, until Jan. 12th, '08. J?3t ANNOUNCEMENT Telephone 1492 for mattress work, feather renovat ing or for particulars about Cotton's "Kno-tuf" Felt Mattresses 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. Open evenings. Tel. 1422. EDWARD P. BRETT, BlllJUUt AND CONTRACTOR. Sawing, Turning and Jobbing In Wood of All Kinds. Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Pack ing Boxes. , 7 PROUT STREET. -fc ,a.Xit.Aat.ta A Aatailiiti itisf-sfiiiti I a aaaaiaaaa . l TtTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTtTtTttI On Brown Street Chas. Wilson & Co. Room 200, 42 Church St. General Insurance. Real Estate. Loans REAL ESTATE. MM The Co. Two Family House Shelton Ave; $2,300. FOP 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. ; MOORHEAD '& . DONNELLY, 82 CHURCH STREET. ROOM 20. FOR SALE. FINE RESIDENCE PROPERTIES ..... Judson 6 Hauff, Room 402. 902 Chapsl St. FOR SALE. A desirable om famflr house, 1) wight treat south of ChapeL J C. PTJNDERFORD, tit CHURCH mUEBT. West Haven r -at Duuaing u)ts Prices iango , from $3.00 to $8.00 front loot Size of lot to suit pur chaser. ii V. RICHARDS, ; Real Estate broker 141 Oranga St.' FOR SALE. A two-family house, central location; large lot. Price $3,500. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT L. G. H0ADLEY, Room 2H, Washington Building, St Church Street OPEN EVENINGS. TO LET noons to toot, baltdta 4M ftata street, ft. Coart. ai ltsM, atea pawer, freight elevator, aa heat, serially fat Uat Ml) faetartag. gsaea tm salt taauurta. fs Ina of rears. Atvly ta ) Benj. R, English. i 830 Chapet St -mwsMstf": m For Sale An eleven-room house 3 Brown street with improvements; lot 35x140 feet, for $4,000. Very low price and a locality always in demand for moderate-priced rentals.