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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1908.
15 EDUCATIONAL Twenty-fourth Year. 1 4 fWm-fiUTLK BS3QH T. M. C. A. BUILDINO. 1S2 Tempi Street Mdner Perils Bailer, President. SINGERS TAKE NOTICE Leuru (a Rend Bi d Sing at Sight. After years of study and research I have completed a method o sight singing, conceded by the best vocal teachers and musicians to be the best, simplest and most complete method ever devised. Anyone whether talent ed or not can with this system learn to sing or play at sight In the short est possible time. I guarantee satis faction. Correspondence solicited. 0. F. R066INS, Principal, Studios, 748 Chapel St., 770 CninpbcU Ave. THE BUSINESS MAN What He Used to do in the Poli tics of the United States. WHAT HAS BECOME OF HIM? lie Is No Longer Powerful, Over shadowing and Terrifying New Haven Dancin7. Academy L. II. NEWMAN, INSTRUCTOR. Walts. 2-steD and S-steo taught for $5. Payment to suit pupils. Be- flnners start any time. Office hours: 1-12 a. m l-S and 7-10 r. m. 703 CHAPEL STRKET. Over Home 4 Stetaoa Stores. t) 1 n Dr. John Ericson Heyke (a of p.) DEMIST. 152 Temple St.', . M. ('. A. BIdg. Office Hours: 9-12 25. .Tel. 641. " . DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Town Clerk's Office. In HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. 135137 m TEMPLE ST. HIGH-CLASS GERMAN RESTAURANT. Imported Beers a Specialty. Business Men's Noon Lunch 50 Cents. HUNGARIAN GYPSY ORCHESTRA. A. D. BELL Proprietor I Hotel Garde Opposite Union NEW HAVEN. Depot, CONN. Connecticut's Largest Ho el Dinner 12-2:13. 50 Cents. New Tontine Hotel ORCHESTRA EVENINGS. Special attention given to banquets, weddings and private parties. Euro pean plan. Rooir.i 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 Orange and Court Streets. TELEPHONE 128. Almost the youngest of us can re member when American politics seem ed to be dominated by the business man, and Mark Hanna was his proph et. The business man elected presi dents, dictated policies and emphatical ly, overpoweringly impressed himself upon the film of our imagination. The politicians stood in fear and awe of his decisions. To suggest that a candidate for office lacked the confidence of bus iness men was to blast his public ca recr. It was ihe distrust which the business world felt toward Mr. Bryan, it was generally believed, that made his second candidacy even less success ful than hl3 first, and it is easy to re- can now sagely Democratic leaders, af ter the second Bryan defeat, laid it down as an axiom of American poll tics tl'atithe whole-hearted support of the business man was essential to po litical success in this country. One cannot help asking, at this stage of our national progress, what ha3 be come of the once powerful, overshad owing, almost terrifying business man? Did he disappear with Mr. Hanna? Marvelous is the change that has tak en place. To-day, who is the business man's candidate; and If there is one who rejoices in the designation, what may be his chances to secure the Re publican presidential nomination? The Republican party used to be pre-eminently the business man's party; In deed, there wfas a time when a mere suggestion that this organization would soon escape from his clutch would have been considered a bit of fantastic drollery. Yet, look around you. Is the business man whom Mr. Hanna loved to regard as the final bul wark of our Institutions dictating whom the Republican party shall nominate In June? Ah, no!, He Is dictating only to his stenographer. Notwithstanding that the federal administration has lately had its popularity deeply scarred' by the hot irons of a great financial panic, for which the interests were prone to hold it In part responsible, the old- time assurance and self-assertiveness and conscious authority of the busi ness man has not yet reasserted itself in our party politics. The Rooseveltlan candidate still leads the race for the presidency, and his most dangerous op ponent Is as far as possible from being the business man's favorite. On the Democratic side, only a former admir er and supporter of Mr.i Bryan In the Northwest can now be pushed forward to contest the Democratic nomination with the ever-dreaded and condemned Nebraskan. It would be rash to say that the time had come to eliminate permanently the business -man from American politics. Ills present status and power, however, are melancholy compared with the splendor and puissance of his great days. Disorganized, scattered, demor alized this irresistible political force of a decade ago now seems to cower In the outer darkness, without the cour age to utilize itself for a dash to the seats of the mighty. What Mark Han na would s..y If he could witness this curious spectacle we do not pretend to suggest, what Mark Hanna would do is another question. But even that powerful genius for political organiza tion might; assault In vain the powers that be in the Republican party of to The following papers were filed the town clerk's office yesterday: Quit Claim Deeds. Theresa Dumbacher to Elizabeth C. Finck, Plymouth street, 40 feet. The New Haven Real Estate Title Co., to Catherine G. Gibson, Dixwell avenue, 35 feet. John Lowe, to Katherine Llmbacker, Farren avenue, 35 feet. Eigene S. Del Grego, to Calella Som na iNuliano, Wallace street, 58 feet. Charles T. Coyle to William J. Mary, New Haven. Advertise Your Wants in These Columns. ! Results Will Follow. CLASSIFIED VERTISEMENT INVEST YOUR PENNIES AND WATCH RESULTS. One Cent a Word for Each Insertion. Five Cents a Word for Seven Days. REAL ESTATE. Warranty Deeds. George H. Bishop to Frank Rosen, Chapel street, 125 feet. Albert F. Williams, et ux., to James Doyle, Blatchley avenue, 35 feet. Charles T. Coyle to William J. Neary, Cold Spring street, 132 feet. Charles T. Coyle to William J. Neary, Canner street, 165 feet. Joseph Iannucci, et ux., to Shephen Iannuccl, Welton street, 60 feet. FOR SALE One modern Hosier safe, 4 ft 4 in. high, 3 ft S in. wide; also one low desk, 6 ft. long. N. W. Hine, 1575 Chapel. j9 7t f MP sp wi-yy.;.-' 151 TO l&r. CHURCH STREET. RESTAURANT. Luncheon. 11:30 until 2 o'clock.. ORCHESTRA EVENINGS. Servl-e a la Carte. LOUIS METZOER CATERING CO. THE SHOREHAM. Washington, D. C. nfotrnnolltan Standard of Excellence Absolutely modern and high class In all detail. - American and European nan JOHN T. DEVINE. Prop. ATLANTIC CITY. , Mortgage Deeds. . James IDoyle to Albert F. Williams, Blatchley avenue, 35 feet; J300. Charles W. Lowe to Mary A. Mullen, iMaltby place, 85 feet; $3,000. Henry C. Finck, et uv., to Frederick Nounmacher, Plymouth street, 40 feet; $1,500. Frank Rosin, to George H. Bishop, Chapel street. 125 feet; $11,000. Katherine Llmbach to Deborah lodge, No. O. O. F., trustee, Farren ave nue, 35 feet; $1,600. Peter Gioholcn to Emma Henig, Jud son avenue, 48 feet; $3,000. Henry E. Dupeo to The Lenox Realty Co., Bassett street, 40 feet; $100. Henry E. Whiting to Albert B. Dun ham, Read street, 192 feet; $500. Catella Somma Nuliano to Eugene S. Del Grego, Wallace street, 58 feet; $505. Executor's Deca. Eli Whitney, et al., to Herbert Gregory, Edgehlll road, 70 feet. E. SPREE FOR TREACHER'S WIFE. A Plot to Get One Away From Her Many Duties. A contributor to "The Pilgrim's Scrip" in the American Magazine, tells how she Is going to lead a preacher's wife into as"debaueh." She says: "I am going to give myself a brand new sensation next week. Maybe God will forgive me. I am so absurdly, whimsically poor. I am going to feel my oats as a philanthropist. There is a poor little lady, a Methodist preach er's wife, and near and kin to me, who has become very poor. She has borne eight children In fourteen years and never had a day's rest from her lively brood. The other day she wrote me that she thought she was going to die. and could not afford a decent shroud. I gent her a new walk In suit and a ticket to A and an Invitation to spend a week with me I engaged a doctor, and told her if she died while here I'd bear the fun eral expenses. Meanwhile, if she really meant to die, it was all the more necessary to have one whole good time before the long sleep. I pointedly re fused to invite any of the children which she resented at first. But now she Is resigned. She will come, with her dear heart tugging back to them all the way. "And when she comes, I shall give her a vorldly rest from all spiritual cares. She shall go to no missionary meetings nor prayer services. She day. Without a Hanna to Inspire andishaU forBet the nara Rtraln of ""'"S lead him, what course Is the poor bus-!80 awfully patiently right all the time iness man to pursue to regain his lost83 a minister's wife and be a little less influence and prestige? How can he ln-l good. She shall go to the theater, stall himself once more in the inner! yes! though It Is against the laws of circle of authority? What will avail toj her church, and though she has never restore him to that nuenst statin in seen inside of one of the wicked which, but a few years since, he made things. I had not myself until I went rulers and.dlrected the destinies of the i t0 New York- ana how lt dld rC3t me nation? Sn shall laugh and enjoy all those The business man here talked of Is,;tnlns selfishly which ordinarily she of course, a somewhat Imaginary be-! yields to her children. Ing. It is impossible to go into the "It makes my heart sit up inside me street and sa to someone. "Thou art'an(1 Elggle when I think of the tricks the man." It is a type that was best FOR SALE. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. AUCTION SALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. R. B. MALLORY, auctioneer, sells at 626 Congress avenue, (near Arch street) Thursday 2 p. m.: Parlor fur niture, mirrors, dining table, chairs, sewing machine, couch, rockers, ta bles, chamber furniture, carpet, dra peries, pictures, ranges, refrigerator, crockery, etc. jl5 2t AUCTION SALE R. B. Mallory, Auc tioneer and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel. 'Phone 2360. Residence 107 York. 'Phone 1066-2. Household sales a specialty. LOST. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. LOST On Wednesday afternoon, either in Malley's or the Ten Cent store, a mink fur muff. Reward will bo given on return to this office. 316 3t LOST Will the party who picked up a lady's pocketbook on Schuetzen Park car Monday evening return same to Journal-Courier office, 400 State street and oblige owner? Pocjtetbook valued as a gift. jl5tt EDUCATIONAL. One cent a word for eacn Insertion, or flVe cents a word for seven times. HORSES AND WAGONS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FOR SALE Good, sound light horse, harness and rubber-tired runabout; also six new and old business wagons. All bargains. Orrin Delameter, 912 State street. J13 7t FOR RENT. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FOR RENT A six room flat, new house, No. 55 Nash street; all im provements; immediate possession. Apply to W. J. Atwater & Co., 962 Grand avenue. J15 2t FOR RENT 122 Olive St.; 13 rooms; all improvements. Inquire 120 Olive St, 110 Gt 1 : ; 1 STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS. EDUCATIONAL Evening ' classes in drawing, Yale School of Fine Arts, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 30 to 9:30 o'clock. For Information write to secretary. J16 7t EDUCATIONAL Mr. Frederick Weld will engage the services of a limited number of good singers for a chorus choir. Voices tried at 139 Orange Street. WANTED. One cer.l a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. WANTED Active partner in light manufacturing business. Large profits; grand opportunity; $2,000 needed. Business, this office. WANTED Jones' Select Employment Agency, 23 Church street Telephone 1401-12. Connecticut's Largest Agency; male and female, help supplied for mercantile and donutlc srvic for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. WANTED AH good help should call hero. We supply all the best places and always need large numbers. Slee man's Reliable Employment Agency, 763 Chapel. Open evtnlnga, ml4tf HELP WANTED-MALE. One cent a wurd for each insertion, or hvo cents a word for seven timei. EDUCATIONAL Private lessons In drawing and water color after Jan uary 1st T. R. Walte, 71 Kensington St d20 tf EUROPE Information given In re gard to foreign schools and boarding places. Ait opportunity is offered for a leisurely sightseeing tour on the continent. Address, Miss Adelaide Morse, 18 Eld street. J14 7t LEGAL NOTICES. HOTEL STRAND. Fireproof. ' On the ocean front with unobstructed view. Open all year. New throughout with every appointment. Fresh and sea water baths, with shower attach ments, private and public Reduced winter rates. Booklet. H. L. FAIRBAIRN, Mjrr. Hotel Dennis Atlantic City, N. J. Directly on the ocean front with un obstructed view, is always popular in winter on account of Its unequalled ap pointments and equipment to care for guests at this season of the year. Hot and cold sea water In private embodied in Mr. Hanna and which rep- resents a composite of Interests and forces that hitherto has played a large ly dominating part In American affairs. The business man of our imagination, whom the politicians were, wont to con sider first and last as the final arbiter of their rival pretensions to exercise political power, did indeed rule this country for some 40 years after the Civ il war, under both Republican and Democratic administrations. His spirit and his desires ultimately dictated the government's policies regarding the material development of the United States, whether Ir. finance, the tariff, the control of corporations or the ex ploitation of the virgin natural re sources of the republic Mr. Cleveland's low tariff policy was finally struck down because of the business mans hostility and the revolt of Bryanism against the flagrant abuses of his reign I shall play upon her forlornly sweet virtues. I do think I am one of the most talented hypocrites , In this world, for I can see myself through all of next week, and I can see her, the little Jade white rose of a lady, pac ing about together, wandering from the fold, going happily astray as if there were no Methodist Discipline In the world, and It makes the tears come into my eyes. But, dear sir you will miss the point If you think that I am writing this to brag of my charity no! It's my luxury I'm brag ging about The luxury of conferring a vacation with no end of witty winks at God for the advantage I shall take of the church. Besides, If you'll re flect charity is a common modesty compared with the conceit I contemplate." TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE MOl'TllftllN NEW ENGLAND TELE PHONE COMPANY. The annual meeting of the stoekhold ers of the Southern New England Tele phone company will be held at the of lice of Ihe company. Room 201, tele phone building, New Haven, Conn., on Tuesday, January 28, 190s, at 2 p. m., to elect directors, and to do any other business properly before said meeting, end especially tB act upon two proposi tions: (1) That the directors shall he and are authorized to lsne, at not less than par, the remainder of the capital stock of the company, In amount two millions of dollars, for the purpose of tho ex tension and development of the bus'ness of tho company, from time to time, and In such amounts, and In such manner and on such terms, as will In their judg. ment best promote the interest of the company. , (2) That section 2 of the by-laws of the company concerning executive of ficers shall be amended so as to read as follows: "The olllcers of this corporation shall bo a president, such number of vice presidents H3 the board Of directors from time to time may prescribe, a sec retary, a treasure a general manager and an executive ct.mmlttee. The duties of the vice presidents and the executive committee shall be determined by the directors of the corporation." Since the Issue of stock must be ap proved by n vote of two-thirds of all the stork outstanding, and since there are always so many, stockholders who are unable to attend, or even to send proxies. It Is very essential that every stockholder who can, should either at tend In persm or sign and return the enclosed proxy. During .the current fiscal year It Is expected that only a small proportion ot this siock will need to be Issued, but the growth of the company will probably require Its entire Issue within three years, nd lt Is deemed wise to confer power of Issue of the whole upon the directors at this time. v The Tpcratlms of the company are now 83 extensive that there should bo power to appoint more than one vice president whenver deemed necessary, and the stan.ling executive committee should be made more permanent and ef fective by a by-law on the subject. By order of the IVard of Directors. JAMES ENGLISH. Vice President. Dist. of New Haven, ss., Probate Court, January 14, 1908. ESTATE OK BESSIE A. MORGAN, late of New Haven, In said District, de ceased. Louts Bradley of New Haven having made written application praying that administrate it ot said estate may be granted, as by said application on file In this Court more fully appears, it Is ORDERED. That said application bo heard und. determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said District, on the 21st day of Janu ary, 190S, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendency o said application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be given to all parties Interested In said estate, by publishing this older tnree times In a newspaper having a circula tion In said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON, jl5 3t Clerk. WANTED FOB U. 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 Water-bury. j!9tf The I TaU.M w mm -1- - &LQAN7 Two Family House Shelton Ave, $2,300. FOR SALE. A new modern two-family house of 14 rooms; hot and cold water, porcelain bath, etc.5 Extra large lot. Price $5,300. Easy terms. M00RHEAD & DONNELLY, 82 CHURCH STREET. ROOM 20. i J : : L HELP WANTED Honk', Honk! Honk! Loot sharp to your Interest Now is the tlino 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 SITUATION WANTED MALE One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. NOTICE TO CONTRiCTORS. Pealed proposals will be. received at the Office of Allen & Williams, archi tects, $2 Church street. New Haven. Conn., until 10 a. m. on tho 1st day of February, 1308, for the carpenter work, mason work, plumbing, heating, electric light wiring, and patnUig of buildings to bo erected by the County of New Haven on land owned by the said county, situated In Orange, Conn., In accordance with tho pirns and spe cifications prepared by said architects, copies of which may be obtained at their office. Proposals will be received for each ot the above trades separate ly, or a combined bid consisting of the carpenter and mason work can be sub mitted. Accompanying each proposal there must be a certified check 'or 5 per cent, of tho amount of each pro posal.. Said check to be made payable to the? county cotnmlssiiners of New Haven. The rlg'it is herein reserved to reiect any or all proposa.s for said anrU tirovlded lt Is deemed for the best interests of the said county so to do Proposals tor the worn are limn ed to contractors residing In the State of Connecticut. . JACOB I). WAL.TJSKB, JAMES GEDDES. EDWARD F. THOMPSON, County Commissioners. New Haven, Conn , Dec. 17, 1907. SITUATION WANTED Youne mar ried man, ambitious, intelligent and of good address, desires position; any honest proposition considered. W. M. C, Care Journal-Courier. J7 7t FOR SALE. FINE RESIDENCE PROPERTIES Judson S(Hauff, Room 402. 902 chapal St. FOR SALE. A desirable oa famn? 'house, Dwig-nt street south of ChaptL ' J C, PUNDERFORD, 1I CHURCH ITAKKT. SALESMEN WANTED. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. WANTED Cigar Salesmen. Exper ience unnecessary; $100 per month and expenses. Peerless Cigar Co., To ledo, Ohio. J8 7t DRESSMAKING. one cent a word for each Insertion, or flvo cents a word for seven times. DRESSMAKING Terms moderate. Out by the day, $L00. 90 Gregory street. , J4 tf West Haveri Building Lots Prices xango from $3.00 to $8 09 a front fwt Size of lot to rult pur. chaser. ii V. RICHARDS, Real i -slate 'ftr'oker 141 Orange St. baths. WALTER J. BI.BV. CHAPEL STREET NATURAL. There is a stalwart negro In a town was, for the time being at least crush- f Alabama whose naturally fine sing ed under his heavy heel. The business nan's supremacy came to an end, through the Irony of fate, under the administration of his own party when Mr. Roosevelt broke from his control. It is a story so fresh that one who runs may read. Should he be restored to his former power and au Ing voice is the feature of the local colored church cho(r. On one occasion, when the singer was suffering from a protracted Ill ness one of the deacons called to as certain how the patient was "glttin' on." "He's got an awful bad cough just thority? Clearly not until he accepts now," explained the singer's wife, with as settled "the results of the war," In so far as they bear upon reform In business methods and an uplifting of business ideal. Springfield Republican. DEATH RATE DROPS. December This Year Lower In Per Cent, Than Last The monthly report of Health Officer Wright shows that the death rate pes thousand was 16.8, which Is seven less than during December, 1906. The greatest number were caused by pneu monia. The record for pneumonia deaths for December was 40, and for last December 39. During the December just passed, nine people met death ti a violent man ner, against 7 for December, 1906. Out of 1.5S1 public school children 169 re ceived treatment 120 were suit home, 41 had contagious diseases, and seven were unvacclnated There were 96 markets, 137 wagons and 193 dairies and 187 samples of milk inspected during the month. The sanitary inspector made SIS In spections, the plumbing inspector re ported on 87 houses. a most mournful sigh. "Well, dat's too bad, dat's too bad," exclaimed the deacon, casting about for some means of consolation. Then a happy thought struck him. "Come to think of it" he added, "it ain't no wonder, wlf dat strong voice he was pressin' on his lungs! He's shore due to have a cough how V then, ain't he?" Harper's Weekly. FIGHTING IT OUT. "Clear the decks for action!" The big uns were now In position and the eyes of the combatants sparkled. "Clear the decks for action!" The order had rung out clear and distinct beyond a possibility of misun derstanding. "My God!" cried a man .trembling, "my wife Is here!" "Clear the decks for action!" The order came with a grim relent lessness. It was followed by an antici patory shuffle and one minute later the READING IX RED. Astigmatism, which Is a condition where the refractive powers differ In the different meridians of the eye, Is in most cases hereditary, but it is of ten acquired. The error of acquired astigmatism often takes place during and after a severe Illness and can be avoided by proper precautions. The whole system Is in a weakened condi tion, and the person so adlicted, being confined to the house, will resort to reading to pass away the time, and this is often practiced while In a re clining position. There can be nothing more injurious than this practice. Reading under these conditions ov erburdens the muscles, and the action of these muscles upon the form of the eye causes an Irregularity In the cur vature of the cornea which Is known as astigmatism. This is detrimental to distant vision and makes reading and near work difficult. Health. Dist. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court January 13, 1008. ESTATE OF ABIGAIL J. DENISON, late of New Haven, in said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six months from the date here of for the creditors of said deceased to bring in their claims against said es tate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate pay ment to CARRIEBEL R. CHIPMAN. j!4 3t Administratrix ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word Cor seven times. 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 FOR SALE. V A two -family housa, central location; large lot. Price $3,500. , ' MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT L. G. H0ADLEY, Room 214, Washington Building, 8 Church Street. OPEN EVENINGS. TO LET l: ANNOUNCEMENT Slecman-a 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. Itonata to floe, building 4341 (Mat treel, eor. Court. . Good light, ateaaf oner, freight elevator, aad heat. Specially eanlpe for light ssa rnctnrtag. fpaco to rait teaaata, fot s torn at ycara. Apply to Benj. R. English. , 830, Chapel St. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. ttie Kind You Havs Always Bought 0 l? . sjsztz: Boars the Signature Dist. of New Haven, s.. Probate Court, December 23. 1907. ESTATE OF WILLIAM W. BROM- HAM. late of New Paltz. N. Y., own Ing property in said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District nf New Haven hath limited ana ap pointed six months from the date here of for the creditors of said deceased m hrfnir in their claims against said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All person.? Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate pay ment to LUCRETIA E. BROMHAM, Executrix. Or her attorney, Harry W. Asher. Rooms J0T-209 Exchange building, New Haven, Ccnn. j!4 3t Dist of New Haven, ss. Probate Court January 8. IS08. ESTATE OK LEONIDAS B. BALDWIN, iata of New Havon, in said District v deeeased. The Court of Probate for the District I of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six months from the date here of ftr tha croHitnr nf sa M itpcpiispil trt bring in their claims against said e- j tate. 'Those who neglect to exhibit i 4" their claims within said time will be debarred. I J All persons indebted to said estate nr. rpmiested to make immediate nav. ! T ment to JOSEPH C. BALDWIN. Executor. Ry Burton Mansfield, his attorney. jl4 3t On Brown Street EDWARD P. BRETT, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. Sawing, Turning and Jobbing In Wood of All Kinds. Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work. Pack. Mnth Ward Ladies Bridge Club had; ing Boxes. swung Into full session. Puck. j 7 PROUT STREET. For Sale An eleven-room house i Brown straet wit-i impro',jments; lot 35x140 fet, for $4,0(50. Very low price and a locality alws in ur.iiara for mo-l-erate-'&riced rantslc NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, STATIONERY, SPORTING GOODS. J. A. McKEE. 930 CHAPEL, Chas. Wilson & Co. Room fcOO, 42 Church St. General Insurance, Real Estate, Loans