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TH MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1908.
5 NEWS OF NEIGHBORING PLACES 0 FAIR HAYEN. their wedding tour they will reside in Fillmore street. At the home of Miss C. P. Callahan, 161 Blatchley avenue, on Friday eve- ni, r . . . nlner. mere was a nieeing 01 iiib jv. , x.,c iuiiH.ii or MHTiin v. craineru ! gew-ine clrcle t0 plan work for the I'll! be attended at 2:30 p. m. to-day i vear. After the business meeting a at his late residence, 34 Houston street, and Rev. Dr. Sneath will officiate, and t-urial In East Lawn cemetery. East Haven, Mr. Brainerd, had he lived Until yesterday, would have been 73 years of age and was a native of East Kaddam, coming to Fair H.tvcn over 40 years ao and residing nere ver since. He was a wood turner by trade nnd worked for Sargent & Co. 27 years and before that was employed In the Fair Haven keg factory. He was a veteran of the civil war, having been a corporal in the Twenty-fourih regi ment, C. V. He was a member of Ad miral Foote post, G. A. R., and a dele gation will attend his funeral and members will act as bearers. Mr. Brain erd was very patriotic and the flas which he served so well Is draped upon his casket. His health has not .been very good of late and he retired from JiLs occupation at the factory about three years ago. But he had been in about his usual health until a few days ago, when grip attacked hi in and was complicated with enlargement of the heart. Mr. Brainerd was for many years a member of the Grind Avenue Congregational church and previously ,. he was a member of the Congregational church In Middletown. He was u good citizen and his many friends will learn of his death with regret. He leaves a widow, two sons, Wilbur Brainerd of 3i Houston street and Charles E. Brainerd of East Orange, N. J , nnd three daughters, Miss Jennie Br.ilierd, vi ho lives at home, Mrs. Cliff '& Alltn of Fair Haven and Mrs. Frederick Lines of Springfield. Ill also leaves two brothers, Wilson and Henry .Brain erd of Middletown. luncheon was served. During the ' past year, Moorhead & Donnelly have built slxtem houses In Mils city, nearly half of them In Fair Haven. Mr. Donnelly, who is a well known resident of Fair Haven, states that his company Is now finishing four houses ii Lombard street, two of which have been sold. They are also building a slx-famlly house near State street. Among the recent sales of real es tate Is that of G. J. Fitzgerald, of a lot of 40 feet front in Ferry street to The De Forest & Hotchklss company. Also the lot fronting 40 feet In Blatch ley avenue by Frederick Jackson to Salvatore Nuzzo and a lot front'tig ii."i feet In Middletown avenue by Koslng Haesche to John Klralv. In the games of the carpet bowling games of the Royal Arcanum, there are three councils tied for first place and the next place is held by the team of Live Oak council of Fair Haven. Live Oak comcil has a strong team, and while it may not win first place, tho members are hoping to be a good sec ond at the end of the season. Mrs. K. C. Tullar. who has been un der treatment at thp Seeney hospital In Brooklyn, for flvje weeks, returned Saturday. Mrs. Tullar Is now on til.; road to recovery jtid this well bo grat ifying news to her many friends. Edward Noll of Perkins street, who has been ill with typhoid fever several weeks, is now Improving. Miss Edna Cook of Qulnnlplao ave nue, Is recovering fram an attack of the grip. . The business of J. A. Mart'n & Co.. plumbers, and tin workers, Is now lo cated in A. De Matty's building In East Pearl street, the company having open ed a branch thera The many friends of Lucy M v.-'dr.w of John R. Turner, were very terry to leari' of her death, which tonic t.laoe at her home, 182 Grafton street, yester day at the age of 75 year. Mrs. Tur ner had been In poor health for many months, but pneumonia v. as the imme diate cause of her death. Slio leaves daughters, Mrs. - Mar: Merwin, Mis. Ella Everlt, Mrs. Frederick Seymour, Mrs. John Hubbell, Mrs. Alexander Mc Gregor, Mrs. Frank Duffy, anil '-no son, Smith Turner. Mrs. Tu!-n-r had teen a. member of the East Pearl Street M. E. church n.any years and the pastor, Ttev. E. C. Tullar, will attend her f li beral at the Memorial chapel In Fair Haven cemetery, Tuesday, at 2:30 p. m. People who have watched the work going on at tho power house of the Connecticut company for several weeks past have been of opinion that progress had been made slowly, but as a mat ter of" fact the work has been going ahead as rapidly as possible under the Circumstances; and it is now an nounced that In about ten days one of the new ren-rators will nave been In stalled and a second generator In three weeks. Thes will Increase the capac ity . for , furnifhincr power from 5,000, tha present standard, to 8,000 horse power. Some of the heavy machinery to be used is still In the yard at the power house, but it will have been In- stalled In a few days. The improve . ments will have cost the company lrom $175,000 to $200,000 and will equip this iflant in first class shape and It is ex pected that the power will be sufficient toNcombat the fiercest storm a.rl to i runall the cars required, even on great B rush days. Local" Ice dealers are anxious for good, cold and clear weather, so 'hat they miiy harvest an Ice crop. A rec ord of une weather just 25 years ago i ehows that on the Hudson river a full crop of 13-inch Ice had been harvested. And if the prognostications of IT .nice Johnson prove correct, there v ill be time enough yet for : n Ice r-trvest, tur-tohnson says that after Jan. 19 will be n cold wave end the tnor tjury will drop low. This s to be hoped for, as it would be t pntty tough summer without any ic;. Now that skating has begun. their will be accidents reported from time to time. One of the first acclaims of the season In this locality happened to Hurry Hull of Grand avenue at Hem ingway pond, he having received two deep gashes In his hip by a fall. conduct a mission In vent at that church. the coming ad- Father Fill of "The Order of the Holy Cross," preached a very helpful and uplifting sermon on Sunday morn ing In the St. James church prepara tory to the mission to be held in that church in the coming advent. In spite of the stormy weather a large number of people were present at the service which was followed by the Sunday school session. A merry band of young people en Joyed skating until a late hour Satur day evening at Newton's pond on Ran dell street. This evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Congregational church a meeting of the Ecclesiastical society will be called, followed by the annual church meeting. This evening tha revival meeting of this district will be held in the Con gregational church on Harrison street, being held at that church every night In this week. IA11 are welcome to these most helpful and Inspiring services. ' The Rev. Mr. Anuerson, pastor of the Congregational church in MlddlPtM, has returned to his home after spend ing a few days with' Rev. Mr. Slalght of Whalley avenje. , The revival meeting of this district held In the Methodist church last even ing, was largely attended and great In terest was shown by the people pres ent in the address given by Rev. H. D. Sheldon. His address was based upon the ten commandments, giving many pathetic Incidents of his own life. Mr. Mitchell led the sons' service. Owing to the severe rainstorm the attendance at the churches yesterday morning was small. At the close of the services, there were distributed pledge cards of a coveant of service, this appeal having been made In all the churches which have united In the evangelical services. The card reads as follows: 'I hereby profess my willing ness to asslsft my pastor to the extent of my ability, in every lawful endeav or to gather in the fruits of this pres ent series of meetings. I also pledge myself to allow no day during this pe riod to pass without an attempt at some positive act of service for others. And hereto I pledge myself for three months." The cards were very gen erally signed by the church members. In all of the churches the morning ser mon bore particularly on the extra meetings and were emphas'i:d by the evangelical Fplrtt. Rev. E. C. Tullar, convener of the meetings In Fair Haven district, when asked last evening his opinion about results, said: "Ther nave been a great many people who have expressed a desire to lead a Christian Ufa and of church members to do better work spiritually Fair Haven has even known. The work is Just ripening for the harvest. There Is a spiritual at mosphere which promises splendid re sults. The coming week la to be a glorious time." SOUTHINGTON. Imperial Jniirnnl-Courlrr New Service.) Southlngton, Jan. 13. The Ice man h3s been wearing a smile for the pasl week but to-day's rain quickly chang ed his countenance Into a scowl. The cold snap of last week brought loe. up to a thickness of six Inches anil there would be harvesting this week but such Is not the case. To-day's rain not only melted tho Ice but also rotted what was left. Not a cake has yet been placed In the Ice houses and In dications aro still unfavorable. WALLINGFORD. The matter of tho tax abatements Is still tho prevalent topic of consldera tton and It seems as though no one wishes to serve on the committee , o. investigation In the cas. It Is snl that some names are on tho list for abatement and still they have receipts that prove the payment of such taxo.. (SpeclBlJournal-Cnurler Sititi Service.) Walllngford, Jan. 12. The Eintraeht society held a very enthusiastic meet ing at their club rooms on Center street Saturday evening. The society has voted to take part in the big state saengerfest which is to be held In Mer lden next June and the music which they are to sing was given out Thurs day evening. The chief event next June will be a big concert when the dif ferent societies will sing both Indi vidually and collectively. The local so ciety hopes to carry off some of the prizes and Judging from their past en deavors they stand an excellent chance. Rehearsals beginning with next Thurs day will be held every week. The fol lowing officers were )lectcd at the meeting last night: President Christian Ulbrich. Vice-President Frank Kalpassa. Secretary Rudolf Wagner. Financial Secretary John Schleiff. Treasurer Gustave Txhauder. Librarian John Him. , ' . . Business ManagerJoseph Efflnger. Flag Bearer John Schlpke. Musical Director Prof. John Keller. Hosts Philip weiniman, Gustave Strahaeker, Charles Glane. naskt-tbull. Before a crowd of over 500 people in Southlngton Saturday evening the In dependents of Walllngford were defeat ed by the Southlngton Independents in a fast and exciting contest by a score of 1 9to 10. The local boys showed up remarkably well, but In a strange hall, which was much smaller than they had been accustomed to use, their team work cnuld not be used to advantage. The n'ore at the end of the first half stood: Walllngford 5, Southlngton 9. Qulnlivnn and Taylor wero easily the stars for Walllngford and Egan and Sullivan excelled for Southlngton. A return game will be played with Southlngton In Walllngford In the first part of February and the local buys expect to shflv them a little about the game. The lineup was as follows: Southlngton. Walllngford. Egan Qulnllvan Right forward. Sullivan Taylor Left forward. L'pson ' ; Fitzgerald Cente: Styrlng .. Boyle Right guard. Walsh ". Riley Left guard. Score: Southlngton 19, Walllngford 10; referee, O'Conncll; umpire, Degan; timer, Dr. Sullivan; fouls, Southlngton 6, Walllngford 4. The team standing for the past week In the CHy bowling league is as follows: Won. Olympias IS Wallingfcrds 19 West Ends 14 Kickers 15 Odd Fellow's 14 Independents 10 Owenocos 8 Crescents 6 The Individual standing remains the same this week as that of last week, respecting the first six men. Lost. 6 7 10 12 13 17 18 21 P.C. .750 .731 .5S3 .555 .518 .370 .304 9'0 GET FIVE IV RAID. Olive Street by the The social committee of the Ladies' auxiliary will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. J. P, Bowe, North Orch ard street to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock. Tha funeral of Mrs. Robert L. Gaines was held from tie house, 7 Ward street, this afternoon- at 2 o'clock with interment in the In. Me moriam cemetery. Rev. Arthur P. Greenleaf, rector of St. Paul's Episco pal church, officiated. i A series of cottage prayer meeting will be held at several houses In the borough this week preparatory to the Chapman campaign. There will be a big union meeting at the Congregation al church, Wednesday evening, at 7:45 o'clock. E. G. Chapman, brother of the great evangelist, will be present and meet the clergy and committee. There will be special music by tho united choirs under the direction ot W. II. Edsall. , 1 The Greenwich academy Ave defeat ed Choate Saturday In Greenwich, by a score of 44 to 30. Both sides put up a good fight, but Greenwich In the sec ond half increased the score so rapid ly that the local boys were unable to keep up. A return gime will be played here February 8. Ladles' auxiliary, A. O. II., will hold their Installation exercises in Red Men's hall to-morrow evening. Mrs. Turley of Hartford will carry on the work of Installation and some of tho grand officers will be In attendance. Following the meeting and Installation a musical and literary program will no renaerea. a feature win be a Christmas tree and Santa Claus. WESTYILLE. There was no Sunday school held in either Methodist or the Congregational churches yesterday on account of the stormy weather and the children's meeting of the afternoon. The Fair Haven members of the ex ecutive committee of the new Demo cratic club, lire B'rederlck Dakln. Elev enth ward; Thomas C. Bracken, Twelfth ward: Frlwaril H. Farren. Fourteenth ward and Sidney S. Kelsey, Fifteenth ward. One of th'e weddings of the pat week of young counle well Vnown In Fair Haven, was that if Miss Rose Col Well of Nash street and Martin Peter Bon of this city. On l turning from Mrs. J. Frederick Sexton of Whalley avenue, who has had an attack of the grip, for the past two weeks, Is Im proving but is Btlll confined to her home. Miss Mabel Merrlman of 197 Blake street, who was quite seriously burned by a candle while studying at her desk, Is slowly Improving. Father Britton, who for the past week has conducted the services held in the St. James church left such a fa vorable impression with the people of the parish that he has been asked to The Independents defeated the Wal llngford high school team last night in the town hall by a score of 31 to 9. The game was rather one-sided nnd the local boys completely outclassed their opponents. There was a very good attendance, and following the game dancing was Indulged In. Sul livan and Upson excelled for the lo cals. The line-up follows: Independents. Southlngton. Qulnvllan . Sullivan Left forward. Taylor Styrlng Right forward. Fitzgerald Upson Center. Bola Egan Right guard. Sheeny Badgtey i Left guard. John' F. Callahan of South Colony street Is the guest of friends In New ark and Lakewood, N. J. Ashal Andrews was awarded an hon orary badgj at the service at the Ad vent church this morning for not hav lug missed a Sunday In 15 years. John rierpont was also awarded a badge for not having mlsred a Sunday iii 11 years. Air. and Mrs. Harry Cnmp of Water bury, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Cockayne of Bristol street. Miss Mae Walsh of Middletown. Is. visiting Mrs. Daniel Hurley for a few days. The Physician Prescribes, The Druggist Fills the Prescriptions. At no store in this city can there be found so complete a line ot STANDARD UllUGS, as dispensed and prescribed by pliysl-, clans, as we are compelled to carry in catering to our trade with physicians of every school. . Witli our large and varied stock there Is no temptation to substitute and as for the quality of our drugs, our past reputa tion must be the guarantee. It is safe to have your prescriptions filled where your doctor fills his Kcket ease. Here Is the only store in the State where you can find ell the HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES as dispensed by Homeopathic Phy sicians. In place of patent medicines, whose sale depends on persist ent advertising, we have a complete line (one hundred or more) of the "REXALL" REMEDIES. The formula of each one of these remedies being known makes them the only reliable made up medicines in market suitable for family use- The funeral of Mrs. Scth E. Frost was held from her late home at 183 Buckingham street, Waterbury, at 1 p. m., yesterday. Interment was In Wonx Springs cemetery, Southlngton, at 1:30 p. m. Trumbull post. G. A. A.. Installed its newly elected officers last evening and a grand old fashioned time Is rported. Manross post of Forestvllle did the work of Installation which was follow ed by a banquet. John Kane has been taken to hospital to undergo treatment j throat trouble. th--for Ground has been broken north of the Congregational church for. an office building, the land being leased to John Hemingway. School Savings Banks. The directors of the Dime Savings bank met with Supt. C. S. Marsh of the public schools last week and the plan of school savings banks was given a thorough Investigation. It Is proba ble thit the "Hartford" system of school banks will be established In the borough within a short tlms. Tho plan Is in vogue in many of the cities of the United States and Is sure to meet with success In Walllngford. The method of school saving Is very simple. An account Is opened at the bank by the teacher of each room to start with and she takes care of the pennies of the children until they have enough to open an account In their owp name. As the deposits reach $1 a bank book Is Issued in the pupil's name. W. II. Seniors Swamped by lr. S. The U. S. club quintet defeated the high school senior team In a one-sided contest at the armftry Saturday after noon by a score of 43 to 4. The game was all V. S. from start to finish, and not once did the high school boys stand any chance of winning. Young of the high school team although he had never been In a basketball game before showed up remarkably well and put up a good fight. McMillan and Ben Backes played ft great game for U. 8., the former scoring 16 of the 43 points for U. S. The score at the end of the first half was 22 to 4 In favor of tT, S. High school failed to score once Irf the last half. The U. S. club now has a fast team and a prosperous sea son Is looked for. Several oat of town games are being arranged at the pres ent time. All communications should be addressed to Manager Edward Col lins. 215 South Main street. The lineup and summary for Sat urday's game: U. S. Club. ; W. H. S. J 90S. McMillan : Burke Right forward. Ben Backes . . . . Young Left forward. Robinson ' Bolton Center. Casey : .Steele Right guard. Burton, Backes .Quinlivan Left guard. Summary: Score U. 8. 43, W. H. S. 1908, 4; field goals, McMillan 8, Ben Backes B, Robinson 4. Burt Backes 3, Casey 1, Young 1. Burke 1; goals from fouls, Robinson 1; fouls, tT. 8. 1, W. II. S. 1. Referee, Lannette. Um pire, O'Connell. Halves, twenty min utes each. Michael O'Callahan is quite ill ot his residence, on North Colony street, Flacc Vkitcd Police. Captain Brewtr of the Grand avenue precinct has had complaints lately of the boarding house at 11 Olive street, but hitherto has been unable to obtain sufficient Information of the character of the place to raid it. Last evening, however, Sergeant Marlowe was de tailed to the Grand avenue station and noticed several persons of questionable reputation entering the place. placed under arrest. They gave their names as follows: - Georgia Fickling, colored; Frank Fickling, colored; Florence M. Ryan, Ruby Willlami, Patrick J. Ahearn. Mrs. Ellnore Walker, alias Baker, Is the proprietor of the place that was raised last ni6'i.t. MOTOR DROPPED DOWX. Woman Has Ankle Slightly Hurt in ' ' Accident. One of the motors on car No. 81 dropped down "early Saturday evening Calling Patrolman Llnsley to his aid at the corner of Chapel and Chestnut streets. The floor was thrown up, but fortunately rip" one; was hurt. Ona woman had'her angle slightly-bruised," but she refused to divulge her name. Sergeant Marlowe entered the place and found that his suspicions were Jus tified. Patrolmen Hoffman and Flint were called in, and a search of the house was made. All the inmates were SPECIALTIES IN GLASS. f Wilh rich' cuttings, Rock Crysl tal and hand etchings; Venetian glass with gold decorations. SPECIALTIES ' . IN CHINA, . Fine English wares in Cauldon Conlport, Mlnton and Royal Doullon, with hand decorations. TABLE LAMPS, GAS AND ELECTRIC PORTABLES. A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St. ' Successor to John Bright St Co. i . - (5. $7,00. .."' 1 ''?..''.".:.. . ... The first rehearsal of "A Runaway Gill" will be held to-morrow evening (Monday) at Saint Paul's parish house at 8 o'cloc'-. Miss Violet A. Hoffman, a graduate of the New England Con servatory of Music, has been engaged en accomnanlst. Tha following have been selected to have the muslcM pro-! ductlon In charge: Musical Director C. H. Tjbblts. Stage Director W. H .Hapgood. Stage Manager L. von Grave. Advertising Manager Stuart Benson. Business Manager C. D. Morris. Llbrarlan-H. H. Walker. 1 Beautify the Home McDonough's orchestra has been engaged tP furnish musjc for the farmers' dance to be given by the Young Men's T. A. B. society Febru ary 28 and for the benefit dance to be given by Co. K January 30. St. Veronica Ladles' Temperance so ciety attended the 7:30 mass at the Holy Trinity church this morning In a body and took communion. A meeting of the Sunshine society will be helJ, to-morrow afternoon (Monday) In the auditorium of the public library at 3 o'clock. Ex-President Mrs. Klrltman of New Haven Is expected to be present. Nothing adds more to the attractiveness of the home thun taste displayed in the selection ot wull hangings. They form a background not only for the pictures, but also for the rest ot the furnishings. We linvo not only made a study of this specialty, but have years of experience back of it. Many owners lit I -caul I nil homes In tills city will gladly endorse our work In this line.' Wo have helped them very satisfactorily; let us advise with you.' MONROE BROS, 353 Grown St. V l4Ml"t,,Iiil,i (Telephone 5761. 19 . ....... Bassett's Gun Store. I theTHOMPSON SHOP THE CONVENIENCE of having all thi accessories of the furnishing and dec orating of the apartment or home in one shofa is tnani fest to the purchaser. 46ELM-SBEW-HM-CT Guns and Ammunition. Full line of Hunters' Coals and Boots. Complete Line of Talking Machines Victor and Kdlaon. October List of Records Now Ready. All the leading makes cf Guns and Rides. Including the Winchester, Mnrlln, Remington, Parker, Lefevcr, Baker, Ithaca, Stevens and other well-known makes. , T V K ASK.TT THE. GUN STORE "KOAL" THE GREAT HEAT PRODUCER. W.P. GILBERT & CO. 65 CHURCH, 0PP. P. 0. The Chatfleld Paper Cq sfZt Most complete line of Paper and Twine in State t i Skating on all the ponds brought out large crowds yesterday. t G. William Morse's Accident. Mrs. K. Y. Morse receive.! a dUnitch The pool' tournament at the Bradley, this evening from her brother-in-law, house opens to-night with Maynard William Morse, who was seriously In and Griffith as contestants. j jured In a railroad wreck as told in I Saturday morning's Journal-Courier. It is believed now that Mr. Morse's in juries are not so bad as was first re ported. One of his legs is Injured and his back is sprained. However, full de tails have not teen received as yet. Mr. Morse, who i well known here, is vice-president and ge.ieral manager of Tiie factories in town are running at! tne Bingham and Parisn company of present, but the outlook is anything! Cleveland, an automobile concern. I but encouraging. Orders are coming In! , very slowly and the managers are Mth j er anxious. John Duncan of Water street - is critically m at his home. I tot L L Washburn S Co. J MwrFverrmxG axd rREscrtiniox druggists, J t : 84 Church Street. 61 Center Street. : -'H,WM Tyler Snedeker Is suffering from what appears to be tumor on the brain. Some of the noted specialists of fie state were called ant diagnosed tht: case as , i that mentioned above. , Raymond Hunter is muih improved ' 1 and there is every inilicatvm of recov , cry. A few weeks ago h? was suffjr- ing from eryripelas with his side para ! lyzed. H is now able io walk about , thu hoi lcatli of Mr. Lane. George D. Lane, one of the oldest masons of th borough, died in Middle town yesterday morning. He was 77 years of age. He is survived by a 1 (tancMor VH.-a TPrlith l.lno nf nintrtn I one sister. Miss H irriet C. Line, and five brothers. William F., Oscar B., Theodore F., Josiah W., and Charles N. Lane, all of Wallingford. H ha 1 been a member of Compass lodge, Xi. 9. A. F. and A. M., for 56 years. The funeral will he held from St. Pnil's church to-morrow o'tiH.k morning, at 2:C0 , Portable Gas lamps and Imported Glassware NEW Reflex Inverted Gas Lamps, , (Ope Mantle.) $1.50 to $2.85 Complete. Monthly MAINTENANCE- Monthly. . THE NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT GO. Salesroom, 93 Crown Street.