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THE MOANING JOUENAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1908.
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H4"rfW"r OBITUARY NOTES.
GIVE US WATER
THAT WE MAY DRINK!
Drink SUN RAY.
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD
The Huntoon Spring Water Company will pay the above
amount to the proprietor of any natural spring water now
on the market who can prove that their water is equal in
purity to
.'.Sun. Ray
John Gilbert & Son
DISTRIBUTORS,
5. 918 CHAPEL STREET.
Dennis G. rotter.
The death occurred yesterday of
Dennis G. Potter, at 554 Winthrop av
enue. He leaves one daughter, who
Is the wife of John E. James, captain
of No. 4 Hook and Ladder. The funer
al services will be held at the chapel
in EvergTeen cemetery, to-morrow af
ternoon and will be conducted by the
Rev. Mr. Carpenter.
James R. Huston.
Funeral services for the late James
R. Huston were held yesterday morn
ing at 10 o'clock, the Rev. R. E. Brown
of Pilgrim church officiating, and the
burial was In Bridgeport.
In the death of her husband, Mrs.
Huston suffers a double affliction, her
mother, Mrs. George H. Josselyn hav
ing passed away last week in Bridgeport.
Advertise Your Wants in These Columns. Results Will Follow.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
INVEST YOUR PENNIES AND WATCH RESULTS.
DOINGS IN REALTY
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Papers Filed Yesterday in the
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The following papers were filed
the town clerk's. dfftce yesterday:
Quit Claim Deeds.
The Rourke Bros.. Co. to Maria. Jul
lano, Whltnev street.
Salvatore Jullano to Connecticut Sav
ings Bank, Hill street, 44 feet.
Frank S. Blobof to estate of George
Morgan, Chapel street, 47 feet.
Samuel Blatchley to Edward J. Slsk,
Haven street, 38 feet.
, Peter . Pearson, et ux., to Alice G.
Painter, Lombard street, 38 feet.
Warranty Deeds.
Charles W. WebJ) to John F. Brauer,
Commerce street, 33 feet. '
Mortgage Deeds. '
Charles W. Webb to John F. Brauer,
Commerce street, 33 feet; $3,000.
Salvatore Jullano, et ux., to Barbara
Ploeger, 'Whiting stret, 100 feet; $10,
50J. . Salvatore Jullano, et ux., to The New
Haven Thust Co., Hill street, 40 feet;
$10,600. ,
CARDINAL CONFERS PALLIUM.
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HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
135-137 TEMPLE ST.
HIGH-CLASS
GERMAN RESTAURANT.
Imported Beers a Specialty.
Business Men's Noon Lunch SO Cents,
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HUNGARIAN 6YPSY ORCHESTRA.
A. D. BELL rropneior
Archbishop O'Connell Receives Rare
Honor from Pope.
Boston, Jan. 29 The sacred pillium
was conferred upon Archbishop Wil
liam H. O'Connell by Cardinal Gthbons
at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross to
day, and the occasion was a memor
able one In the religious history of
Boston.
The cathedral was filled early with
guests, Including Gov. Guild, members
of his executive council. Mayor Hlb
bard and members of the city jrnvern
ment, and a number of other sute and
city officials.
Martin Coffey.
The funeral of Martin Coffey, whose
death occurred, Sunday, took place, on
Tuesd'iy morning, from the residence
of his sister, Mrs. Mary Glynn, 31 Ed
wards street, at 9:30 o'clock, and later
at St. Joseph's church. The pallbear
ers were Joseph Coffey, James Mack,
William Coffey and William Donlahue.
'Mr. Coffey Is survived by one sister.
Mrs. 'M. Glynn,, and by an uncle, Mar
tin Coffey. Interment was in St.
Lawrence cemetery.
Miss Ella Piatt.
Ch'irles Scranton of this city has re
ceived sad news of the death in Tampa
Bay hotel, Tampa, Florida, of his
cousin, Miss Ella Piatt of Scranton,
Pa., following a two weeks' illness of
pneumonl'a.
Miss Scranton was well known In
Madison, Conn., where she had a large
Japanese villa, which fhe occupied
each summer for some time past. She
is survived by a brother, Frank E.
FTa'tt of Scranton, Pa., and a number of
cousins.
The funeral will be held in Scran
ton, Pa., Saturday afternoon Inter
ment will be In that city.
One Cent a Word for Each Insertion.
Five Cents a Word for Seven Days.
REAL ESTATE.
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FOR SALE.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for sven times.
FOR SALE National Cash Register,
in first class condition; price $75.00.
Petrelli's Cigar Store, No. 735 Chapel
St. J2i tf
FOR SALE One low down milk
wagon; good as new. Enquire S. G.
W'arrin, Seymour. New Haven and
Naugatuck cars pass the! door.
J28 7t
FOR SALE A few good trunks and
bags left In our closing out sale. L.
Bostwlck, 45 Orange street J23 7t
Hotel Garde
Opposto Valan Depot.
NBW HAVEN. CONN.
Connecticut's Largest Hotel
Dinner. 12-2:15. 60 Cents.
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New Tontine Hotel
pRCHESTRA evenings.
Special attention given to banquets,
sddtngs and private parties. Euro-
'i. , Tl . f,nm 1 1 Aft 11H
IS GEORGE T. WHITE. Proprietor.
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RANDY'S NEW H0TI1
DAVENPORT
'American and European plan,
p CAFE A LA CARTE.
? , terrain EVENINGS. 6 TO 19.
-i , rtMnna anil !onrt Streets.
li . TELEPHONE 128.
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EDUCATIONAL
Tweat7-fonrth Year.
Jacob So log.
Jacob Saleg. fortyelght yesrs old, of
94 Orchard street, a cook employed In
Morris, Hermann's cafe on Church
street, dropped down suddenly while at
work, yesterday morning, from heart
trouble. Salcg was removed to the
New Haven hospital, where he failed
to rally and later died an hour or so
lifter he was brought in. The hospital
surgeons report his death as due to
heart failure, from which he is said to
have suffered for some time.
AUCTION SALE;
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
AVCTIOX SALE R. B. Mallory, Auc
tioneer, sells at 333 Grand avenue
(near Lloyd street) Thursday, 10 a.
m., parlor furniture, pier mirror, din
ing tables, chairs, wardrobe, bureaus,
Iron bedsteads, chamber suits, folding
bed, table, rockers, pictures carpets,
range, refrigerator crockery etc.
J29 2t
SITUATION WANTED MALE 'SITUATION WANTED-FEM ALE
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
SITUATION WANTED Young man
(22) of education and good address,
desires position as clerk or collector.
"R," Journal-Courier Office. J22 "t
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
SITUATION WANTED Colored
woman wants washing and ironing
at home or out by day. 428 Orchard
St., first floor. J30 2t
HELP WANTED MALE.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven time.
SITUATION WANTED Competent
woman to go out two or three days
a week; laundry or other work. 127
Wolcott Street. - J29 2t
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY Able
bodied, unmarried men, between 21
and 35; citizens of the United States;
of good charactjr 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,
Waterbury. jljtf
HELP WANTED Honk! Honk!
Honk! Look sharp to your Interest.
;Now Is the tlmo 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 WANTED An experienced
Swedish or German girl for general
housework; references required. 299
Whalley avenue. J30 2t
HELP WANTED Competent girl for
general housework. Apply after
noons 228 Edwards St. 129 2t
HELP WANTED A competent girl
as waitress; references reaulred.
Apply 21 Bradley St. J29 2t
AUCTION SALE R. B. Mallory, Auc
tioneer and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel.
'Phone 2360. Residence 107 York.
'Phone 1056-2. Household sales a
specialty.
L r. m. c" a. BtnrLDiifa
189 Tempi Stmt.
Maey Pertta Batter. PreetAeat.
151 TO 155 CHURCH STREET.
RESTAURANT.
Luncheon. 11:80 until 3 o'clock.
ORCHESTRA EVENING".
Servlee a la Carte.
LOUIS METZOER CATERING CO.
THE SHOREHAM.
! Absolutely modern and high class in all
3 retail. American ami uuiuirenH
JOHN T. DEV1NE. Frop.
Washington, D. C.
Metropolitan Standard of Excellence
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Dr. John Erlcson Heyke
(U. of P.)
DENTIST.
152 Temple St.,
Y. M. C. A.
Bio.
Office Hours:
9-13 2-5.
Tel. 641.
Mrs. Bridget Moran.
The funeral of Mrs. Bridget McGarry,
widow of Charles Moran, whose sudden
death occurred Sunday, took place yps
terd'iy morning, fron, her late resi
dence, 62 Liberty street, at 8:30 o'clock,
and later from the Church of the Sa
cred Heart, where a high mass of re
quiem was celebrated by the Rev. Fa
ther 'Mitchell, who spoke very feelingly
at considerable length upon the un
certainties of life.
'Mrs. Moran is survived by four
daughters and one son, Mrs. Charles
A. Adams, Misses Annie, Jennie and
Margaret, and Peter J. Moran.
Among the floral pieces were a pillow,
"Mother," from family; standing
wreath, "Grandma," from Charles A.
Adams, Jr.; g-alax wreath from mes
sengers of trains Nos. 39 and 40; gala
wreath from friends at Winchester R.
A. Co.; plaque of ralla lilies from Mr.
and 'Mrs. Charles Adams; plaque of
carnations from 'Mr, and Mrs. Blebaun:
spray of carnations from Mr. and Mrs.
Ollnsky; plaque of carnations from
Master Willie Maronney; spray ear
nntlons from 'Mr, and Mrs. A. Lever
age; sprty of white carnations from
friends, Misses Annie Kaloaky, Mary
Peterson and Kittle Gaugreis.
The pallbearers were J. Quinn, F. Mc
Donald, M. Powers, B. Fltssimmons,
W. Delay and M. Gunshenan. The
flower bearers were W. Gendall and T.
Cusick. Interment took place In St.
Lawrence cemetery.
AUCTION!
All the furnishings of an
eleven-room house.
33 Warren Street
Friday, Jan. 31, 10:30 a. m.
PETER J. McNERNEY,
Auctioneer.
Catering In all lta brandies by skilled
and experienced people; weddings.
banquets, dinners, parties, teas, etc.
Good taste; good quality. Mince l'les
and rium Puddings to order. Experi
enced waiters and cooks furnished.
The E. J. Williams Catering Co.,
17 ELM STREET. OVEK KESBIT'S.
SINGERS TAKE NOTICE
I earn to Read aid tins at Sight.
After years of study and research I
have completed a method Of sight
slnarlna:. 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 truarantee satis
faction. Correspondence solllted.
0. F. R0BBINS, Principal,
Studios, T4 Chanel St.,
770 Campbell Are.
Alfred 3. Wlnton.
Alfred J. Winton, who formerly re
sided in Washington avenue, West Ha
ven, a well-known building cntrs.rtor
In New Haven and vicinity, died on the
ISth of January at Maple Grove, Otse
go county, N. Y.
After leaving West Wiven he was
engaged In business In Savannah, Ga.,
but on account of 111 health, he return
ed to Maple Grove, where bis death re
curred, the immediate cause blng
pneumonia. He w'as seventy-two years
of age.
HOTEL STRAND.
Fireproof.
on the ocean front with unobstructed
Ulew. Open all yesr. New throughout.
i every appointment. resn ana
water baths, with shower attach
ments, private and public. Reduced
L'linter rates: Booklet.
?. I H. L. FAIRDAIRN, Mgr.
w.
i Hotel Dennis
I ' Atlantic City. N. J.
Sf, J Dlrecily on the ocean front with un
ijpstrueted view. Is always popular In
'inter on account of Its unequalled ap
tMlntments and equipment to care for
JlHiests at this season of the year.
JjiijHot and cold sea water In pr
tftth
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New Haven Dancin? Academy
L. R. NEWMAN. INSTRUCTOR.
Walts, S-step and -tep taught
for 5. Payment to eult pupils. Be
ginners start any time. Office hours:
11-12 a. m. 1-6 and 7-10 p. m.
T3 CHAPEL STREET.
Orrr Bow A Stetaoa Storea.
MISS HAZEL CHADBURN.
Harmonie Hall.
Classes In SocIhI and Classic Danc
ing Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and
Saturdays. Address 116 Howe Street,
or 'phone 5071-M.
MASSAGE TREATMENT.
Medical Massage, Rheumatic. Par.
alvsls and Nervous Discnses a Spo'
clalty. Also Fractures, jVervous and
Paralyzed Chlldven treated.
Patients treated at their homes.
IRENE G. BURNHAM, ,
801 Mnlley Building, or 'Phone 298-5.
IS IT ENJOYABLE?
people with defective teeth
Do y aot tfclak others
nould B distressed It
yonrs were that way Now
don't let them ret beyond the
help of a good dentist. If
one of yonr teeth la mlantno;.
hnvo an bridge tYtt space with one thnt
U the same eolor, ehape and of the
natural ono.
PHIU. DENTAL ROOMS
781 CHAPEL ST.
RESSMAJCJNG
One cent a word for each insertion,
or flvo cents a word for seven times.
DRESSMAKING Terms moderate.
Out by the day, 11.00. 90 Gregory
street. J tt
WANTED Jones' Select Employment
Agency, 23 Church atreet Telephone
40.1-12. Connecticut's Latest
male and female, heln sunnllod for
mercantile and domstlc srvlc for any
ana all kinds of work. Sent anywhere.
Open evenings.
LOANS.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or live cents a word for seven times.
TO LOAN $3,000.00 first mortgage;
$2,500.00 first mortgage. Real Es
tate and Insurance, James E. Mc-
Gann. Malley Bldg. J22 7t
LEGAL NOTICES.
Plst. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court,
January 28, isns.
ESTATE OF BOLL1N R. Pt'RDIE. late
of New Haven, in said District, de
ceased.
The Court of Probate for the District
of New Haven hath limited and np
pointed six months from the date here
of for the creditors of said deceased
to brlnn In their claims against said
estate. 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
F. H. MONROE.
j9 8t Administrator.
KiEW HAVKN HOSPITAL.
The anual meeting of the General
Hospital Society of Connecticut will be
hM nt the New Haven Hospital on
Thnrsdav. January 30, 1908 at 3:30
P' m' WILLIAM G. DAGGETT,
J2S St Secretnry.
Dlst. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court
January 2. IPOS.
ESTATE OF SARAH RANSOM DOODY,
late of New Haven, in said District,
Th. Administratrix havina exhtbltej
hpr rtmlnlstratlon account with said
..til. m thin Court for allowance. It Is
ORDERED, That the third day of
Februarv, I90S, nt ten o'clock In tho
forenoon, at a Court of Prohnte to bo
held st New Haven, in said District, be
appointed for a hearing on the allowance
of said nccount. and that notice of the
time and place of said hearing be given
bv publishing this order three times n
.nme newspaper having a circulation In
said District.
Hy the Court.
JOHN L. G1I.PON.
j30 3t C'erk
Mrs. George W. Gorham.
The funeral of MYs. George W. Gor
ham, which took place Tuesday after
nooi at 2:30 o'clock, from the mortuary
chapel of Lewis ft Mayeock. was large
ly attended. The floral offerings were
many and beautiful.
The bearers were her three nephews,
Edward L. Jones, Harry B. Sherman
and Fredorlek W. Wllmot, and D. Milo
Stevens. Besides her husband, who
lies very ill at the New Haven hospit
al, she leaves two daughters, 'Miss Hat
tie Gorham end Mrs. Lewis M. Stevens,
also two grandsons, Lewis Stevens, jr.,
and Ernest G. Stevens, and one sister.
Mrs. Mary B. Jralds of Wrallingford.
Rev. W. W. W. Wilson of Grace M. E.
church, officiated. "Abide With Me"
and "Rock of Ages" were very sweetly
rendered by Miss Mhry Bedell.
FOR TRIAL MARRT AGKS.
private
WALTER J. Bt'EBT.
JJl0itticjcH0
Atlantic cnv. N J. Th hotel for
.'t T" fort Most select location. Near
hi attractions. Modern, high-class.
jfomeiike. Elegant rooms with hath. Ex
loient table and service. Capacity s.ifl.
. i'vritA for booklet and free art ralen-
iJ v. $t up weekly. A. C. EKHOLM i
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CHALFONTE
THE I.!";s COMPANY.
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CHAKL STREET
i i aw a m i w mm m
French Minister of .Jnsttre and Wor
ship Favors Them.
Paris. Jan. 29. Replying to the theme
advanced by Paul Bourgetin his play,
"A Divorce." which was given in this
city last night. Aristide Briand, the
minister of justice and worship, prac
tically comes out in favor of trial mar
Hagps. He says unions should be con
tracted for specified periods, under le
gal safeguards protecting the interests
of both parties.
For the NEW YEAR
BLANK BOOKS,
LETTER FILES,
TRANSFER CASES,
DIARIES,
CALENDAR PADS.
John R. Rembert &Co.
2Q2 State St.
Everything for the Office.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
One of those fine
Residencs
ORANGE ST.
for $9,500.
A Bargain!
Who wants it?
WANTED.
"One cent a word for each insertion.
or nve cents a word for seven times.
WANTED All good help should call
aere. we auppiy all the best placea
and alwaya need large numbers. Slee
man's Reliable Employment Agency,
napet. upen evtnlnge. ml tf
NOTICE.
To whom It may concern: I ahall
pay no bills unless contracted by my
self after this date, Jan. 29th. 1908.
E. V. ANDREWS.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
FOR SALE
In the
EIGHT WARP
A fine new two-family house of It
rooms; hardwood finish throughout:
quartered oak floors, elegant mantlea
with combination coal' and wood
grates; front and rear stairs to third
floor. Second floor rented for $50 get
month. ,
M00RHEAD DONNELLY.
82 OHTTiRCH BTK iSKT. ROOM 10.
We offer for rent until Jane 1 a one.
family house, completely furnished lo
cated on Dwlght street, near Chapel
street.
Judson & Hauif,
902 Chapsl St.
FOR SALE.
A desirable one family house, Pwigtit
street, south of Chapel.
J 0. PUNDERFORD,
116 CHCRCH STREET.
FOR RENT In modern central build
ing, excellent quarters for wholesale
or manufacturing. Write, P. O. Box
1,244. J22 1m
West Haven
Building Lois
Prices range from $3,00 to $8.00
front foot. Size of lot to suit purchaser.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or live cents a word for 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
ANNOCNCEMENTSleematra Rella
bla Employment Agency, 763 Chapel
St., established 20 years. Largest, best
In the State. Best mr.le and female
help for any and all kinds of work.
Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Tel.
1122.
CITY NOTICES.
NOTICR.
BOARD OF RFUBf MEETING.
Th. unorrt of Relief of the Town
mw w.vn hereby elves notice the
they will meet In Room No. 8, ' City
Hall on Saturday, February 1, from 9
a m. to 4 p. m., and dally thereafter
until February 14. Inclusive, also on
the evening of the 6th and 13th from
7 to 9 p. nv, for the purpose of hearing
any appeal thst msy come before them.
No sessions will be held Saturdny aft
ernoons, and on Lincoln birthday,
February 12.
JACINTO CABERIFGO,
SAM'L H. WILLIAMS,
THOMAS FITZSIMMON9.
jll) jnt Board of Relief.
EDUCATIONAL
One tent a word for eacn Insertion,
or five, cents a word for seven times.
EDUCATIONAli Mr. Frederick Weld
will engage the services of a limited
number of good singers for a chorus
choir. Voices tried at 139 Orange
Street
II. V. RICHARDS,
Real Estate Broker
141 Orange St. ,
FOR SALE.
A two-family house., central
location; large lot. Price
$3,500.
MONEY TO LOAN IN STJMS TO STJTB ,
L. G. HOADLEY,
Room 214, Was'.iingtou Building, 88
Church Street
OPEN EVENINGS.
EDVCATTONAL Private lessons in
drawing and water color after Jan
uary 1st T. R. Waite, 71 Kensington
St d20 tf
TO LET.
Room top floor, building 424 State
Street, corner Court. Good light,
steady power, freight elevator and
heat.
Specially equipped for light manu
facturing. Space to suit tenants for !
term of years. Apply to
Benj. R. English.
839 Chapel Street.
KEY FITTING
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Gun and Lock smithing.
SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO
68 Center SI. E. H. Bassett, Mgr.
EDWARD P. BRETT,
BCULUEK AM) CONTRACTOR.
I Sawing. Turning end Jobbing in 1
' Wood of All Kinds. Window and
; Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Tack
ing Boxes.
I J PKOrT STREET.
COMMITTER ON SEWERS AND
syr ares.
n-h. rrnntntttpe on Sewers and
Squares of the Hoard "f Aldermen will ;
hold a public heating in Room 1J-11.
Cltv Hall. Friday. January Si, 19"H, at
o'clock p. m. for the consideration of
the following petitions:
Petition of Alderman Cunningham
for the establishment of a public con
venience station: petition of C. T.
Covli for sewer In Everett street be
tween Cold Pprinsr street and Canner
street; petition of G. 1 KMmartin for
ewer In lwts street between Pins
street and Front street; petition of
John T. Shea, et sis. for sewer in Ivy
street, between Winchester avenue and
v.n-h.11 nireet: petition of Alderman P.
i Collins for catch basin corner of Ham
! llton and Oreene streets.
111 nrrKnn Interested In the fnreiro-
in are hereby notified to be present
and be heard 'thereon without further
notice.
Ver order
WlM.IAM H. MARI1WE. Chairman.
Attest:
MICHAEL A. JIORtS, JR..
i2? 3t Assistant City Clerk.
I On Bf own Stf eet
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. 1 1
::i.r1 Nonpareil Laundry Co-
Mrs V n Litton e -9 r-M.M . . : r s
West Haven, and Nathan Beach Stone.
Mr. Stone is president of Tale Business
college and i well known in business
circles.
LECTURE AT TEMPLE.
At the Orange Street temple, t"-mor- ,
row night. Dr. A. S. Isaacs will deliver
alecture on ' Some Stories for Old and ,
Young."' All are cordially invited to j
attend.
Incorporated 1
HiGH-CLASS WORX.
We do the work for the leading fam
ilies and stores.
271 Blatclife At.. New Havei Com.
BU.MO DOLLARS FOR NAVT. j
Berlin. Jan.' 29. The government's j
naval propram. embracing estimates of j
expenditures of more than lion.noo.pno
snnually for ten years, passed to the,
second reading In tlie Reichstag today, j
only the Socialists and Poles opposing;
it '
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 mod
erate -priced rentalsv '
Chas. Wilson & Co.
Room 200, 42 Church St.
General Insurance, Real Estate, Loans

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