Newspaper Page Text
.HE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1908.
11 EDUCATIONAL Tweaty-foBrth Year. nmmvr SL MM 133 a iV nmsm. DOINGS IN REALTY apers Filed Yesterday in the Town Clerk's Office. T. SL C A. BUILDING. 1S2 Tempi Street. . fUdner Ferlln Barter, President. New Haven.. DancinT Academy L. II. NEWMAN, INSTRUCTOR. Waltz, 2-step and J-step taught for 15. Payment to suit pupils. Be ginners start any time. Office hours: 11-12 a, m. 1-S and 7-10 p. m. 73 CHAPEL STREET. Over Howe & Stetaoa Stores. The following papers were filed the town clerk's office yesterday: Quit Claim Deeds. The People's Bank and Trust Co. to William Albert Thiel. et ux., Ivy street, 60 feet. James F. Diman, et ux., to WInfred Egan, Day street, 28 feet. Charles E. Curtis, trustee, to Henry E. Lowe, Atwater street, 8a feet. George T. Farovid to Peter E. Carl son, Russsell street, 102 feet. Connecticut Savings Bank to John Brenler, et ux., Franklin street, 30 feet. Patrick F. Delaney to John Breuler, et ux., Franklin street, 30 feet. Dr, John Ericson Heyke (U. of P.) . 152 Temple St., Y. M. C. A. Bldg. Office Hours: 9-12 2-5. Tel. 641. 1 HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. 135-137 Mortgage Deeds. William A. Thiel to Albin Lichten- held. Ivy street, 60 feet; $1,500. Henry E. Lowe to James Dunlap, Atwater street, 35 feet; $2,300. John Breuler, et ux., to Elizabeth Schnizel, Franklin street, 30 feet; $1,500. John Breuler, et ux., to Patrick F. Delaney, Franklin street, 30 feat; $1,500. Peter E. Carlson to Jasper M. An drew, Russell street, 102 feet; $1,500. SEN ATOR BEVERIDGE TO SPEAK. TEMPLE ST. i it 3 "4 8 HIGH-CLASS ,N GERMAN RESTAURANT. Imported Beers a Specialty. Business Men's Noon Lunch 50 Cents. HUNGARIAN GYPSY ORCHESTRA. A. D. BELL , Proprietor Hotel Garde Oppoafe. ; 3nloo Depot, . .. NEW HAVEN. CONN. Connecticut's Largest Hotel binne? 12-2:13. SO Cents. New Tontine Hotel ORCHESTRA EVENINGS. Special attention given to banquets, weddlnnw and private parties. Euro pean plan. Rooms from SI. 00 up. GEORGE T. WHITE, Proprietor. HANDY' S NEW HOTEL DAVENPORT AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN CAFE X LA CARTE. MUSIC EVENINGS, 0 TO 12. Corner Orange and Court Streets. TELEPHONE 128. 151 TO 15R CHURCH STREET. RESTAURANT. LunAeon. 11:30 until 2 o'clock. , ORCHESTRA EVENINGS. 1 Servl-e a la Carte. LOUIS METZOER CATERING CO. 3 THE SHORE HAM. t - Washington, D. 0. i Metropolitan Standard of Excellence ; Absolutely modern and high class In all I lieLUlU line i ... mi biiu xu.ucai, tan, , JOHN T. DEVINE. Prop ATLANTIC CITY. HOTEU STRAND. 5 . Fireproof, 1 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. FAIRBMHN, Mgr. - EDWARD P. BRETT, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. Sawing, Turning and Jobbing In s.' Wood of All . Kinds. Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Pack Ing Boxes. 7 PROUT STREET. NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, STATIONERY, SPORTING GOODS. : J A. McKEE. 30 CHAPEL, in Warranty Deeds. Raffaele Caporaso to Giovanni Ven- ditti, et ux., Greenwood street, 40 feet. Filomena Venditti to' Raffaele Cor- poraso, Greenwood street, 40 feet. Law INCONSEQUENCE As It Exists and Operates in the Land of Sunny Spain. Advertise Your Wants in These Columns. Results Will Follow. IS UNWISE TO PLAN THERE Adaptability, to Whatever May . Hap pen to Turn Up Is Desirable. Brilliant Young Attorney at School Political Club. Hon. Albert J. Beverldge, United States senator from Illinois, has been secured by the Yale Law School Politi cal club to give a public address at 8 o'clock this evening, on "The Meaning of the Times." This address will be given in Hendrie hall. It is open to the public and Is free. Ladles are cordially invited to be present. Senator Beverldge was born on a farm in Highland county, Ohio, on Oc tober 6, 1SG2. His father and brothers were soldiers in the Union army. At the close of the war Senator Bever- idge's father lost everything he had. He moved t Illinois. Here young Bev erldge became a farm hand at the age of twelve, a railroad laborer at four teen, and a logger and teamster at fif teen, and then attended high school, He went through college on his own resources, being graduated fromDe Pauw university In 1885. He was admitted to the bar In 1886, and has since then devoted himself to his profession In Indianapolis, In diana, where he has been identified with many important cases. When thirty-six years of age, he was elected to his first office, that of Unit ed States senator from Illinois, to which office he was re-elected In 1905. The senator is well known as an ora tor and campaign speaker, being con sidered the most eloquent man In Congress. INVEST YOUR PENNIES AND WATCH RESULTS. One Cent a Word for Each Insertion. . Five Cents a Word for Seven Days. FOR SALE. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FOR SALE One modern Mosler safe, 4 ft.: 4 in. high, 3 ft 3 in. wide; also one low desk, Hlne, 1575 Chapel. 6 ft. long. N. W. j9 7t SITUATION WANTEDMALE One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for sewn 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 HELP WANTED MALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five ce s a word for seven timed. It is unwise to enter Spain with any preconceived convictions or plan, says a writer in the London Mall. The opin ions of the most determined Suffrag ette would die of inanition "owing to the fact that in Spain a lady must never be contradicted by a man what ever theory she may advance. "You are quite right; I entirely agree with you," says the polite Spaniard with his lips, while Inwardly he remains for ever of the same opinion still. While as to plans they are mere works of supererogation, their feasibility de pending upon the never to be compre hended workings of those overgods known among men, as railway author ities. Once having discovered that the time-table is full of meanings hidden from the vulgar eye. you wisely trouble no more about ways and means, but resign yourself to a picnic series of happenings that will land you (acci dents apart) somewhere and some time. First in the order of events comes, justly, chaos. A team of mules, strain ing and bell-decked; thwacking, vo ciferating drivers, yelling encourage ments from throats that split the air in their unnecessary endeavors to as sist; a clattering, stamping, pelting over the stones; and you are shot out at the station, under the Impression that all this overwhelming hurry must have its special import. Not a bit of it. That is its inconsequence. For the next three-quarters of an hour you will now proceed to cool your heels in the line before the solitary ticket office, while a clerk, with a soul above his business, leisurely proceeds to write out tickets of ever-varying destinations, and to clip them out with a pair of scissors. Incidentally, he converses on matters of private Import with a loquacious friend inside the office. But there is no hurry; this is the period of geological settling down, when rocks are made, By the by, the single line of this way-sidiest of wayside stations (albeit It serves a city great with hoary an tiquity) yields to view a train, and we revert to our first method, and board it In a scrambling mass, a prey to the Budden delusion that there is not a moment to he lost. Newspaper par cels.precarlously bound up with string, bags, portmanteaus of every' known and unknown variety since traveling first came to be, block up carriage and corridor, for here there Is an unrnn- querable aversion from using the lug- L ANTI.1) Cigar Salesmen. Exi r- LOST. WANTED TOR U. S. ARMY Able bodied, unmarried men, between 21 and 35; citizens of the United States; of good charactir 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; 193 Bank street, Waterbury. jlStf HELP WANTED The Gamble-Desmond Co. requires experienced sales man for lnen and domestic depart ments at once; steady employment. J17 2t 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 marline and how to repair when required Is what we teach you. Open evenings. New Eng land Auto School, 73 Broadway. 08 tE SALESMEN WANTED. 5 The Common Enfmy. There Is sneezing and there's wheezing To be heard all over town; .'i'.There are hacking coughs not lacking. Chilly thrills that will not down. .V'Therrls groarilngrtKere 'la moaning 5 And abroad has gone the tip, "0t your whisky, quinine frisky, For the town has got the grip." Public dlsry,- doctors busy, , Druggists working with broad smile. 'More new cases In all places ! Showing up each little while. ; Wives despairing, men all swearing First a tear and then a frown, ;Lots of nurses, empty purses, For the grip has come to town. -f Every meeting one's repeating To his neighbor good advice How to keep well, how to sleep well. And.lt sounds so very nice. But 'tis needIess,-for. folks heedless Wise advice Jet slip, For they know ft all things show It, Everybody's f ,t ... ... .The J Grip. . -' - s-The Baltimore American SENSELESS SUPERSTITIONS. A correspondent of the. New York Sun wastes a two-cent stamp to in quire why it Is that all performers on the double-baes, or bull fiddle, are baldheads. The Inquiry revives a su perstition as old as the noble instru ment it Infects. It is mentioned In Benvcnuto Cellini's autobiography, there are several references to It in Johann Sebastian Bach's famous poem, "The Well-Tempered Clavi chord," and It Is perpetuated by countless penny-a-liners to-aay. As a matter of fact. It is utterly without basis in fact. The average bull fid dler is no more bald than the average plumber, buttonhole w:orker, or cob blestone paver. That he Is, often a socialist may be true enough, but so clalism has nothing to do f ith bald ness. The world of music is peopled with a multitude of Just such ghastly and incredible superstitions. It is widely believed, for example, that playing the oboe makes a man dangerous. The peculiar tone of the Instrument which sounds like the bleating of a sheep dying of sciatica is blamed for this, and there are many chicken hearted fiddlers who will have nothing to do with oboe players, or with any other performers whose places in the orchestra are near the oboe. This sub jects the entire wood-wind to a form of social ostracism which is as pain ful as It is senseless. There is, in truth no excuse for it whatever, for the average oboe-player Is a mild-mannered and dignified gentleman. A third ridiculous superstition is that which onnects performers on the French horn with excessive beer drinking. Many persons believe that a horn player, to produce a clpr tone must drink at least forty steins of beer a day. This is the most gro tesque and Inexcusable rot. The ma jority of horn players, indeed, prefer champagne to beer, and drink It ev ery day at dinner. Among the minor ity there are many who enjoy stimu lants, but few who choose beer. Not long ago four performers on the "cor no" in the Gewandhaus orchestra a Wiederholungszelchen, a city in Sax ony, were found dead in the orchestra pit, and the coroner's jury learned that they had been poisoned by drink ing violin varnish. Certainly, violin varnish Is not beer, nor can it be con fused with beer, nor called beer by any conceivable stretch of poetic li cense. It Is high time that all of -these crazy old superstitions be set at rest. The trade of the musician is an anci ent and honorable one, and he should be allowed the same simple dignity which attaches to the boilermaker, the zinc etcher, or any other master of a useful handicraft. Baltimore Sun. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven limes. Ono cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for sovon times. LOST About 'Jan. 11th, lady's black pocketbook, containing . sum of money, note-iDook and kodac picture. Reward, 3;4 College St. J17 3t LOST On Wednesday afternoon, either in Malley's or the Ten Cent store, a mink fur muff. Reward will be given on return to this office. jl6 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? Pocketbook valued as a gift. ji5 tt EDUCATIONAL. One cent a word tor eacn Insertion, or live cents a word for ven times. EDUCATIONAL Evening classes In drawing, Yale School of Fine Arts, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock. For information write to secretary. ji6 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. EDUCATIONAL Private lessons in drawing and water color after Jan uary 1st. T. R. Waite, 71 Kensington St. d20 tf EUROPE Information given In re gard to foreign schools and boat ding places. An opportunity is offered for a lel.-in !y sightseeing tour on the contlnr i Address, . .Miss Adelaide Morse, i"M street. J14 7t WANTED. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven titnes. WANTED Active partner In light manufacturing business. Large profits; grand opportunity; $2,000 needed. Business, this office. REAL ESTATE. 0 r ITT? 1 il WANTED Jones' Select Employment Agency, 23 Church street Telephone 140.1-12. Connecticut'sLargest Agency; male and female help supplied for mercantile, and dom3tic srvio for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Co. U Two Family House Shelton Ave, $2,300. WANTED All good help should call here. W6 supply all the best places and alwajs need large numbers. Slee man's Reliable Employment Agency, 763 Chapel. Open evenings. ml4 tf 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. jl3 7t DRESSMAKING. One cent a word for each Insertion, or flvo cents a word for seven'times. FOR RENT. CASTOniA. Bsftretb " The Rmil Yon n3s Bought Cignatan f gage van for anything that can, by hook or by crook, be wedged through door or window, or "over the toes of suffering humanity. Water pots are tucked under the seat, and the grad ually composing passenger proceed to divest themselves of all unnecessary and sometimes one would think quite necessary apparel. I And noth ing happens. - . B1g wooden arks with gold-papered panels and Iron clamps, bastard de scendants of the coffers one meets w 1th in museums, continue to be brought into the station; but when one sees two or three on the back of one still active porter, one realises that here, too, appearances are deceptive,' and that the contents are not so heavy as they seem. Gradually the station emp ties; we are all quite composed now have even entered upon a stage of sod den resignation, when, at long last, and apparently without any particular reason, the train makes up Its mind to start. Being an express, it will only stop indefinitely at every station and a few times in, between,' and the pace Is a gentle "dander" admirably adapted for the full enjoyment of the landscape. Trains marked "Gran velocldad" (high speed) are of the baggage order, with a predilection for standing still. Sta tion and stationary are almost synony mous terms In Spain. Commrrcinl travelers, with only two or three sta tions to pass, clutch their seats, and with straining eyes give themselves up to the obvious fear of being whirl ed past their destination this, of It self, being proof that the unexpected is quite the expected here; but those with a longer Journey before them sit at ease, and the strangers of a while ago are now one's most Interested friends. They abound in Information of the most varied and untrustworthy kind; little escapes their curiosity, nothing their comment. It is a sur prise to hear that one Is English "they had thought French, hut they like the English much better." Now food Is brought out and offer ed, and good wishes as to its profit ableness exchanged, for in Spain It Is the height of bad manner to eat In churlish solitude; even if sitting by the roadside one must offer one's crust to the passerby. At present grapes, bread and the eminently respectable chorlzo form the menu. "Travel with out chorizo? Why., people will think you can't afford It!" This delectablo dish Is a spectes of highly-spiced sau sage, of the durability and consistency oi rea eiepnant hide, and it possesses a power, of resistance and abiding ness that does It credit In. this so mutable world. ' Easy Inconsequence, an adaptability to whatever may turn up, has its un doubted rharm after the hurry, the punctuality, the grown-un convention alities of the home life. For in Spain one is again a child. Why worry? Any thing unpleasant can be thought of hy and by There is always manana (to morrow), and again manana; and the sun Is hot and hells clang, and the present moment is everything. For your true Spaniard Is a child: he has his fits of temper, his Irrational Joys, his sudden diversions: all those of a child of a passionate but lovable child, ready to forgive and equally ex pecting to be forgiven. That is the na ture of those who are. in bodily ap pearance, grown up. The concrete Spanish child of the lower classes, un less it lives In distant farm or village, when it can b as charming In native politeness as its elders, is a thing to be avoided at all hazards. In towns it scents and tracks the foreigner with the Irritating pertinacity of the mos quito and, like the mosquito, it seeks Wood, only -it calls It cankl sous. And canki sous, for some weird reason sup posed to be of the French language, ience unnecessary; $100 per month and expenses. Peerless Cigar -Co., To ledo, Ohio. JS 7t AUCTION SALE. One cent a word tor each lnssrvlcn, . or five cents a word for seven times. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. DRESSMAKING Terms moderate. Out by the day, $1.00. 90 Gregory street. ! j4 tf REAL ESTATE. FOR RENT A six room flat uiew house, No. 65 Nash street; all im provements; Immediate possession. Apply to W. J. Atwater & Co., 962 Grand avenue. J15 2t AUCTION. SALE R. B. MaHory. Auc tioneer and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel. 'Phono 23fi0. Residence 107 York. 'Phone 1056-2.' Household sales a specialty. FOR RENT 122 Olive St.; 13 rooms; improvements. Inquire 120 St . ... jlffl 6t FOR SALE 6RINNELL ESTATE, MILF0RD FOR 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. M00RHEAD & DONNELLY,' 82 CHURCH STREET. ROOM 20. We offer for rent until June 1 a one family house, completely furnished, lo cated on Dwlght street, near Chapel street. 1 Judson & Hauff, S02 Chape! St. FOR SALE. A desirable one family house, Dwighr street south of Chapel. J O. FUNDERFORD,, tit CHURCH STREET. ! ANNOUNCEMENTS. ANNOUNCEMENT Telephone 1492 for mattress work, feather renovat ing or for particulars about Cotton's "Kno-tuf" Felt Mattresses best bed on earth. Mattresses mado from old feather beds. Folding Mattress Co., Goffa street ANNOUNCEMENT Slceman-s Relia blo 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. LEGAL NOTICES. fin, cant n 'oi- and therefore intelligible to the for- or flve cents a word for seven times. elgner, it shouts with unwearied per sistence, only varying the -cry. with on equally insistent appeal for cinco cen timos to give the dinned car n chance. "1 have neither father nor mother, rlnco centimes!" and grubby hnnds shoot up into one's face. "And for cinco ccntimos you can buy new parents? Surely they are cheap in this town!" and the deaf adder pursues its way. And it may be for miracles do happen that r municipal (policeman) will ariso from his customary doorstep and cuff a chlqnllto (urchin) or two, or a black, tiiiinglr-shupod cura, (priest) call out nn admonishing word in passing. But not often. Children here are looked upon with a special ly indulgent eye, and the very muni cipal who readily agrees with you (in words) that they are the worst chil dren in all Spain was, not so many years ago, a pestering urchin himself. Besides such discipline Is doubtless good for the forelsner's soul and the unearned Increment Is equally tooth some to all palates. It Is very hard on the munlcipnles; they appear to be assigned the work of wearing out certain doorsteps in each street, and It is a business that requires much time and attention. That Is why they frequently sit two to gether and are allowed to wear such beautiful cotton gloves. At nicbt the watchmen help them in this arduous duty, mid In the Intervals of pacing th streots with nlke and lantern ami , ., .i . ., iln tills Court more fully appears, I'""1""1"" "' "" "" "" I ori iKREP. That said application coroant ranences ioh nmir ana its at mospherical condition, they too. sit upon the same pecommndoting steps and hum little tunes to thPinselves to while away the time. And here It is not the mailed fist, but its antithesis, the cotton clove, that rub's the land. From the lares white pair donned hy the" new cus toms ofilcps at Irun, who holds one's garments tip with a caution siiecps tive of their capacity to bite wbilo the racks bis mind in acnnUod luirertainty as to what to do with them next, to the cotton gloves of the soldiers gray on week days, white on Sundays It Is the recognised badge of officialism; and, again, by the very inconsequence of its Invariable suggestion of finical propriety. In season and out. of sea son, and its air of humble striving af ter an unattainable lpather efficiency, it gives a superficial lie to the ability and strength It so inadequately covers. West Haven " Building Lots-, Prices Jang- from $3.00 to $8.00 V front foot Size of lot to suit pur- , chaser. . H. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St. rbonnriiphlP Merne For Pnstrrlty. (The New York World ) The phonoeripiii'' preservation -f languages will be valuable to phil"!oe ists. Humboldt fnnd a parrot in Brazil which was tlie solitary spp-ikor of an otherwise extilirt Indian di;irv-t A phonograph may do as murh for Welsh a centurv benre. Poptpritv should fel grateful for this forosisrht on the part of thf present ag-e. B-t it is to he questioned whfthfr we are not preparing; tor the trenerit jon3 tIn. born a lieritus? of pr.iicil ami ivr t ten matter which will overwhelm tbm with an embarrassment of ri'-hos. The millions of hooks, the. vast ar.,-.,1nil i tions of the libraries. 1 lie wealth of new discoveries in science, will make a plastering muss of knowloilEte f.r transmission. What mind c.in master a hundredth part of if SECCRITY LVSPKANCK COMPANY OF ' NKW HAVKN. The board of directors have declared a dividend of on; dollar and fifty cents per share, payable February !. 1908, to stockholders " of record January in. Transfer hooks close January IS. at noon, and re-open February 1, 11'8. VICTOR ROTH, jl7 It Secretary. Hist, of New Haven, ss. Prbate Court, January 14, 11I0S. KSTATF. OF BKFSTE A. M 'RtlAN, late of New Haven, In said District, de ceased. I.onis Bradley f New Haven having mode written application praying that administratis "f said estate may lie era n ted. as by said application on file l in be heard and determined at a tourt ot Probate to he held at New Haven, in said district, on the 21st day of Janu ary, 19. is. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendency or said application, and of the time and Place of. the hearing: thereon, be elvon to all parties interested in estate, hy publishine this order three times 1:1 a newspaper having a circula tion In snid District. Hy the Court. JMHN U UllO.Ai, 116 3t Clerk. t'ist. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, I T Januarv 1, l.wx. j X EST AT 15 OF EttTT.V R FM A T, of New X. Haven, in said Ptstrlct. an incapable person. ' The cmservat r having exhibited his j account with said estate to this Court j for allowance, it is i T ORDER ED. That the 23d day of .Tan- j. uarv, 190. at ten o'clock in 'he fore-! noon, at a Court of prohste. to be held , at New Haven. In raid District, be ap- pointed for a hParing on the allowance i J of said account, and that notice of their time eid plac of said hearing be riven by piihlishine this order three times ill some newspaper having a circulation In. said District. I Bv the Court. i JOHN I CUTjPON. ! ji t st r:"iy Dist of New Haven, ss. Probate ourt. January 11. l!s ESTATE OF TCPIA Uil'TSA CAMP. late of New Haen. in sai-i District. rtpceape,!. The Court of probate for the District of New ii'"n bath limited and ap pointed S'X mon'hs from the date here of for th credi""S f said tecease,1 tf brine In their claims airainst sid es tate. Those wlii nrg!"-t n exhibit their claims within said time, will b debarred. All person indebted to said estate re requested in ;,iake immediate pay in tit to "DWARD S. NETTLETON. jt" 3t Administrator, eta. j New Haven County, Superior Court. Jennie Catherwood no Perexra vs, Newell Martin. Newell Martin,! trustee under the will of Norton C.rinnt'll; ' Laura Grinnell Martin; George Bird Grinnell: William Milne Grinnell; George Bird Grinnell as trustee for Helen Grinnell Fage, un der tho will of George Blako Grin nell; George Bird Grinnell, a.J trustee for Laura Grinnell Mar tin, tinder the will of George Blake Gritineil; Helen Grinnell Page; l.jura h. Q. Page; Frank Lv G. Page; Rutherford Page; Sylvia Page, Don ald Pag?; Grinnell Martin; Helen Martin: Janet Martin; President and Fellows of Yale University. n.v. .... XI ; .. that in .accordance with the order of; location, large 101. JfrjQO tlie said court made on December 6th, 1307, ho will soil at public auction on the premises in the Town of Milford on the 1st day of February, 1H08, at twelve, o'clock noon, to the hiehest bidder, the property known as the I "Beaver Brook Farm." in the T. n! of Milford. being the residence of tiip lute Morton Grinnell, containing one hundred and seventy (170) acres, nrbru or less. (For a more particular de scription of which, reference Is made1 to the files of the Superior court In said case.) The property consists of a line mansion house with all modern conveniences, Including five (5) hath rooms, together with gardens, green iieusps, trout pondk and all tho appur tenances of n country residence; also a large brick farmhouse, barns and oth er buildings for the Conduct of farm ing operations. Tiie terns of the sale "ill be ten per cent., cash down. the balance will be In thirty days. after me approval or the sale by the Supe rior court. A HEATON ROBERTSON, Committee. FOR SALE. A two-family house, central $3,500. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT L. G. HOADLEY, Room 214, Washington Building, SI Church Street. OrEN EVENINGS. TO LET Rooms top loot, bntMla 4M "tat tree, ear. Crart. flood Hsfct, stead power, freight Ieotor, and heat. Specially equipped for llffM aiaaox factorial. Space, ta aalt teaaata, fat a term of yam. Av1y ta Ben. R. English' 839 Chapel St, On B?own Street 1 ale An eleven-room house 3 lot . ! i ' , : own street with improvements; 35x140 feet, for $4,000. Very low price and a locality always in demand for mod-r.ate-priced rentals. : has. Wilson & Co. Room 00, 42 Church St. Real Estate, Loans General Insurance, f X