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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1908.
17 11 v.tj H W. F. filllelte, l'reat. Thoa. K, Conn I ft, V. PreM. ft. W. F. CitUctte, See.-Trms. m Gillette Construction c& General Contractors and Builders. 213 11a Mi-j- II,1r.. 002 Chnpel St. Telephone 3793. Catering in all Its branches by skilled and experienced people; weddings, banquets, dinners, parties, teas, etc. Good taste; good quality. Mince Pies and rimn Puddings to order. Expert enced waiters and cooks furnished. The E. J. Williams Catering Co.'. 47 ELM STREET, OVER XESBIT'S. hi I If 11 '( W M W nil IS IT ENJOYABLE? Da yon like to a otSef people with defective teeth1 Do yon ot thlak other would bo aa dlatreaaed II youra were that wayf Now don't let them tret beyond the I help of a food dentist. II one ol your teeth la mlarlna, have ua bridge the apace with one that la the aame color, shape and alae of the natural one. PHIL4. DENTAL ROOMS 781 CHAPEL ST. DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Town Clerk's Office. The following papers were filed in the town clerk's office yesterday: Quit Claim Deeds. Connecticut Savings bank to John J. Healy et ux; View street, 30 feet. Salvatore Alterise to James Caval lan; Chestnut street, 140 feet. Warrants Deeds. Mary A. Reilly to Jacob Cohen; Scran ton street; three feet. .Samuel R. Blatchely to Mary O'Brien; Grand avenue, 48 feet. Mortgage Deeds. Portunato E. Sacco to Antoine Lau- dano, Forbes avenue. 60. $1,300. Mary M. O'Brien Samuel A. Blatchley, Grand avenue, 48 reet, con sideration not given. Mary O'Brien to Samuel R. Blatch- ey; Shelton avenue. 36 feet, $1,500. Minnie Greenburg to Jacob Green- burg; Orchard street, 49 feet, $1,800. I EDUCATIONAL if . Twenty-fourth Tear. ffilllESML 5 T. M. C. A. BUILDING, 1(A Temple Street. Kidney Perlla Bntler, Prealdeat. SINGERS TAKE NOTICE ' I Learn to Rend ni d Sing; at Sight. PERSIAN CRISIS. Government Iosrs Control and in surgents Loot Town. J, Odessa, Jan. 31. A dispatch has teen received here from Julfa. on the Russo-Persian frontier, saying that the situation at Tabriz is extremely critical. ,The revolutionaries are In possession of the town, and their numbers are constantly inereasine. Bands of Insurgents march through the streets of Tabriz, looting and ter rorizing, the people. The government has no control of the situation. The European residents have barricaded themselves In their bouses and have barricaded themselves in their houses and have appealed to the Russian consul for Cossacks. The viceroy of the Caucasus has ordered Russian troops to Julfa to be in readiness for any emergency. ,1 , After years of studv and research I s have cotnpleted a method of sight ii singing, conceded ny tne best vocal teachers and musicians to be the best, ' simplest and most complete method tever devised. Anyone whether talent ed or not can with this system learn to sing or play at sight in the short er est possiDie time. I guarantee satis, faction. Correspondence solicited. 0. F.R0BBINS, Principal, jtltndlos, 744 Clinpel St., B 770 Campbell Ave. Dr. John Ericson Heyke (U. of P.) n DENTIST. 152 Temple St., .- Y, M. C. A, Office Hours: 9-18 2-5. Tel. 641. BIdgC HAZEL CHADBURN. Harmonie Hall. Classes In Social and Classic. Dane jilStig Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and rturdnvs. Address 118 Hown Strut l- Mb, . . - i uyr -nnone ouii-ni. iV- : ' i Kl Y rITTING 'Spi Can and Locksmithing. ilPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO I 68 Center St., I H. Basseil, Mgr. I Our Business. M. GUARD RUINED TOMB Colony Students Patrol Ber zelius Chapter House Till Midnight. SAVE BOOKS AND RECORDS Nothing But the Shell of the Hand some Sheff. Society Building Renin Ins. Advertise Your Wants in These Columns. Results Will Follow. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS INVEST YOUR PENNIES AND WATCH RESULTS. One Cent a Word forach Insertion. Five Cents a Word for Seven Days. REAL ESTATE. IIIMi i m Sore Throats are prevalent now. Protect yourself against an attack, or relieve soreness in the bron chial tubes or vocal cords, with Hale's ,i Honey Horehound & Tar A safe ' and effective- remedy for sore throats, coughs and colds. Pleasant to take. Re lieves throat irritations, then Soothes and Heals Druggistj Mil it ' Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in One Minute Until midnight last night the'mem bers of Berzelius, whose home Is the Colony on Ilillhouse avenue, in re lays guarded the chapter house on Prospect street, which was practical ly destroyed by fire yesterday. The temperature was almost at zero last evening, but the students walked bravely up and down In front of the tomb, keeping people from trying to look in. Early in the evening stu dents went up Prospect street to look at the ruins, but. none were allowed to see the inside and by 10 o'clock the watchers were alone. Probably It was a sentimental rea son rather than anvthlne elss fthloh kept the Sheff. watchers there, for late In the afternoon the doors were fixed so that they could be locked by pad locks, and the property was safe from intrusion. Through the afternoon the mem bers of Berzelius and workmen whom they hired carried the books and other documents from the ruined tomb to The Colony, where they will be kept until the chapter house Is rebuilt. The workmen went in and nut the house apparently not awed by what they saw. The Inside of the house is a total loss and the roof Is burned through and destroyed. The costly easy chairs are seen soaked and burned and will never hp able to be used again. En tire new inside fittings will hp neces sary and as nothing but the shell of the building is left It will take several thousand dollars to repair the prop erty. The fire broke out at 4:30 yesterday morning and when the firemen arriv ed and Tillshpd In flip Honrs with a battering ram the inside was almost eaten by the flames. H was Impossi ble to do any work Inside so the at tention of the department was turned to saving th,p neighboring houses. The home of Seth P. Bingham and Charles I.. Klrschner on one side and that, of Mr. and Mrs. John Foley and Mrs. Raymond White on the other were covered with icy water and as fast as the sparks from the burning building landed they were extinguished. FOR SALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FOR SALE National Cash Register, in first class condition; nriee $75.00. Petrelli's Cigar Store, No.735 Chapel St. J25 tf Jfch lllfe a i IT nfTM .eTWITU" J 1 WE SELL electric motors, dynamos, imps, wire, electrical supplies of all inds. AVE MAKE switchboards, panel oards, electric signs, special electrical evlees. AVE INSTALL complete lighting and lifower plants, freight elevators, stor ' Sje batteries, telephones and signalling .-8tems. i WE TtlTPMR cWlrlenl n una .... t I kinds and contract to insncct and ftalntain such apparatus for a fixed ,km per month or per year. j Can we serve you In any way? n. he Pierson & Dean Co. TELEPHONE 1152-15. K4 Orange Street, New Haven. Conn. lor lh3 HEW YFAR BLANK BOOKS, LETTER FILES, TRANSFER CASES, DIARIES, CALENDAR PADS. IV. L. DOUGLAS $3.50 SHOES S& I make and sell more men's $3.50 shoes than any other manufacturer in the world. If I could take you into my large facto ries at Brockton, Man, and show you how carefully W. L Doujlat shoe are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better, and wear longer than any other $3.50hoe. W. L DOUGLAS $4 SHOE cannot Be Equalled at Any price. Vy.JL.0or0teit Soys Shoes $1.7 8 $2 P 11 1 ITI fl M W. I.. PonglM mm. arit price 1dtmpM WnU I lUll on hitiom. Tnkr Si Snh. Itme. Fat Color Kurttn t Etrrlirfly. Crlog Free. W. I,. Pol'iil.AS, Brocfcton, Man. W. L. Douglas Shoe Store 870ChapelSt.,NewHaven FOR SALE One low down milk wagon; good as new. Enquire S. G. Warrin, Seymour, New Haven and Naugatuck cars pass the door. 328 7t FOR SALF A few good trunks and bags left In our closing out sale. L. Bostwlck. 45 Orange street. j23 7t CITY NOTICES. NOTICE. BOARD OF RELIEF MEETING. The Hoard of Relief of the Town of New Haven hereby gives notice that they will meet in Room No. 8, City Hall, on Saturday, February 1, from u a. m. to 4 p. ni and dally thereafter until February 14. Inclusive, also on the evening of the 6th and i3th from 7 to 9 p. ni., for the purpose of hearing any appeal that may come before them. No sessions will be held Saturday aft ernoons, and on Lincoln's birthday, February 12. JACINTO CASERIEdO, SAM'L. H. WILLIAMS, THOMAS FITZSIMMONS, 310 20t Hoard of Relief. SITUATION WANTED MALE 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 7t HELP WANTED MALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. WANTED FOR . U. S. ARMY Able bodied, unmarried men, between 2J. 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; 76 Main street, Hartford; 1022 Main street, Bridgeport; 199 Bank street, Waterbury. jl9 tt ers Included Mr. Kenealy, Senator Jud smi, John J. Walsh of Norwalk, and Frederick A. Hubhard of Greenwich. Letters were read from Judge Hall and Attorney Stoddard. WANTS JAP FRIENDSHIP. SEYMOUR, MEMORIAL. Prof. White of Harvard Address. to Deliver The memorial services for Professor Thomas Dudley Seymour, who died re cently, will be held at Battell chapel on February 12. The memorial address will tie by Trofessor John Williams White of Harvard. The services will be corducted by Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes, Jr. Music will he by the choir, assisted b? the New Haven Symphony orchestra. The service will close with a benediction by Rev. Mr. Stokes. The public are Invited. HELP WANTED Honk! Honk! Honk! Look sharp to your Interest. Now is the tlrno 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. Ntw Eng land Auto School, 73 Broadway. 08 tf SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE One cent a, word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. SITUATION WANTED Young wom an wishes position as companion, nurse or mother's helper. It. M. K., This Office. 131 3t SITUATION WANTED By an exper ienced young lady as 'bookkeeper or assistant bookkeeper; good reference. Address, T. M. R., Courier Office. n fl tf SITUATION WANTED By a compe tent Swedish girl as cook in private family, 61 Winchester Ave. ; J31 2t WANTED. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. WANTED Brass bedsteads, chande liers and other brass articles to re pair and renew. Telephone Century Brass Co., City. J31 7t One of those fiae ' Residencs ORANGE ST. for $9,500. A Bargain ! ; Who wants it? LOST. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for ecven times. LOST- rey Return 30 Trumbull St.; reward. -A black lace scarf on Humply or Orange St., ,28th January. EULOGIZE FESSENDEN. Fairfield County Bar Association Pnys Tribute to Itf Dean. Hartford Muss MccthiR (o Proles! Airnlnst ('(iiilliiucd Distrust. Hartford, Jan. 31. A mass meeting of citizens will he held here next Tues day evening "to protest against the. widespread and systematic efforts be ing mc.de In this county to foment dis trust and enmity between the Jnpanes? and American peoples." The call for the meting Is signed by the Rev. Michael Tlerney, bishop of the Catholic diocese ot Connecticut; Rev. Joseph H. Twlchell, Rabbi Meyer Elldn and otli(?r rlergyinen and citizens, and among other things, says: "Shall we not say to t'ie people of Japan tht we still trust and honor her, and earnestly desire to perpetuate the. tttne-hnnored friendship hctwem the two nations." ' nASSETT QUITE ILL. fl It IjOST Opal pendant, near University, prom. week. Reward at 23 Vander bilt. J317t WANTED Jones' Select Employment Agency, 23 Church street. Telephone 14U.t-.t2. Connecticut's Largest Agency; male and female, help supplied for mercantile and dcunstlo srvio for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. v WANTED All good help should call hero. We supply al! the best places and always need large numbers. Slee man's Reliable Employment Agency, 763 Chapel. Open evminga. ml4 tf NOTICE. Public Not Bridgeport,' Jan. 31. At. the meeting of the Fairfield county bar, over which A H. Wnodwnr,! nrpslded. resolutions upon the death of Samuel Fessenden of tuning him, slates that Works Clerk's Condition J Ciiilcal. Newrnmb M. Bassett, chief clerk in the department of public works, is quite IN at his home, 3 College street. Dr. William Pitt Baldwin, who Is nt- hls present Stamford were adopted, and a number of eulogistic tributes to his memory pronounced. The resolutions' weri pre pared by Justice F. B. Hall of the su preme court, Attorney Goodwin Stod dard and Michael Kenealy. The speak- condttlon Is due to over exertion after an attack of grippe which was followed by pneumonia. He is quite weak but the doctor believes that a few days' rest will bring him out of the danger again. AUCTION SALE. One cent a word for eacn inssrvlrn, or five cents a word for seven times. AUCTION SALE R. 8. Mallory, Auc tioneer and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel. 'Phone 2360. Residence 107 York. 'Phone 1056-2. Household sales a specialty, To whom It may concern; I shall pay no bills unless contracted by my self after this date. Jan. 29th, 1908. E. V. ANDREWS. JVHSAUEJ) One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FOR RENT In modern central build ing, excellent quarters for wholesale or manufaeturine. Write, w n n 1,244. J22 lm FOR SALE In the EIGHT WARD A fine new two-family house of 18 rooms; hardwood finish throughout; quartered oak floors, etegant mantles with combination coal and wood grates; front and rear stairs to third floor. Second floor rented for $50 per month. ' - ' - , M00RHEAD & DONNELLY, 83 CHURCH STREET. ROOM 20. ' We offer for rent until June 1 a one family house, completely furnished, lo. cated on Dwlght street, near Chapel street.' Judson 6 Hauff, 902 Chaosl St. FOR SALE. A desirable, one family house, Dwlght street, south of Chapel. J C. PUNDERFOHD, 116 CHURCH STREET. WINTER IS COMING ON. HERE'S SOMETHING YOU WANT TO READ KeepsHeat ' Lfn$t Righ Both Day and Night ERNEST L. NETTLET0N, hn R. Remben &Co, n 262 State St. Everything for the Office. REAL ESTATE. Room 302, 41 Church Street. Cily, Town and Shore Building Iot. BUYER OF ACREAGE FROFERTY. m Nonpareil Laundry CB- (Incorporated.) HiCH-CLASS WOR.K. We do the work for the leading fam ilies and scores. This "boss" of the heating plant looks after your comfort, stands guard over your coal bin and safeguards the family from colds due to uneven temperature in the home. The Jewel! Controller with Time Clock attachment Is the only device that automatically provides for a higher temperature in the morning without losing thermostatic control through the night. For example : Suppose you want to reduce the temperature of the house to 60 degrees during the night, but would like to have it at 70 degrees by the time ths family arises. Before retiring, you set back the controller to 60 degrees. Then you set the time clock attachment to bring the tem perature up to 70 at seven o'clock. ' In spite of any sudden changes out-doors during the night, the Controller will timintain the temperature you wish, and the faithful clock will open the drafts in time to give you the desired warmth in the morning. And then all day the Controller goes right on keeping your house warmed " just right." It is adapted for use with steam, hot water or hot air, Why not unload vour heating worries on the "JcweH'' and save money too f . investigate this wonderful device. Shown and sold by THE BUCKINGHAM-ROUTH COMPANY, 151 Court Street. LEGAL NOTICES. DJst. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, January 27, 1 SOS. KSTATW OF SARAH RANSOM DOODT, late or New Haven, In said District, deceased. The Administratrix hsvlng exhibited her administration account with said estate to this Court for allowance, it is ORDERED, ThHt the third day -of February, 1908, nt ten o'clock In tho forenoon, at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said District, be appointed for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and that notice of the time and rlace of said hearing be given bv publishing hls order three times In some newspaper having a circulation In said District. Hy the Court. JOHN L. GILSON. jno 3t clfLkl SOT ICR TO ARCHITECTS. MODEL SCHOOL BUILDING AT WIL L1MANTIC NORMAL SCHOOL. Under a resolution of the General As sembly of Connecticut approved August 'l 1907. $50,000 Is available for the eree tim and furnishiiiR of a model school building at Wllllni.intle. The sum spe cIMPd must Include construction of building, heating plant and furnishing. Under provisions of Chapter 144 of the Public Acts of 1S0B, the comptroller will receive eompetltlve plans, speclfl eatlons and estimates of cost which must be slctied and sent to the comp troller. State of Connecticut, Hartford, not later than February 15. 1908. and no plans specifications snd estimates of eost will be considered which are not in the bands of the comptroller on or before the time specified. Further In formation mav tie obiied at the office of the comptroller. State Capitol, Hart ford. Connecticut. ' Hartford, January 15, 1908. THOMAS !. 1JRADSTREET. J18 25 fl8 Comptroller. Dist. of New Haven, ss. Probate CoiSrt, January 27. 1908. The application of Charles F. Scho fleld for the appointment of a sole guardian of the estate and of the per sons of Olive Seholleld and Mary Eliza beth Scholleld. having been presented to this Court. It is ORDERED. That said application be beard and determined at a Court of I'rohate to be held New Haven. In FMld District, on the 3d day of January, ions nt len o'clock In the forenoon. and that notice of the pendency of said application, and or tne lime ana pin'-? of the hearing thereon, be given to Louise HcbnfleM by some proper officer or Indifferent person, by leaving true and attested copy, of said application and of this order before the 1st day of February. 1908. with her or t her last known place of abode. Hy the Court. JOHN L. GILON. fl It CIprk. DRESSMAKING. One cent a word for each Insertion,: or flvo cents a word for seven times. DRESSMAKING Terms moderate. Out by the day, $1.00. 90 Gregory street. i tf 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 "Kno-tuf." Felt Mattresses best bed on earth. . Mattresses made from old feather beds. Folding Mattress Co., Goffe street. West Haven Building Lots Prices range from $3.00 to $8.00 a front foot. Size of lot to suit pur. chaser. H V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St. ANNOUNCEMENT Sleeman-s Relia ble Employment Agency, 763 Chapel St., established 20 years. Largest, best In the State. Best mrJe and female help for any. and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Tel 1422. EDUCATIONAL One cent a, word ror eacn Insertion, or five cents a woid for seven times. EDUCATIONAL Mr. Frederick Weld I will engage the services of a limited number of good singers for a chorus choir. Voices tried at 13$ Orange Street EDUCATIONAL Private lessons in drawing and water color after Jan uary 1st, T. R, Walte, 71 Kensington St d20 tf FOR SALE. A two-iamny nouse. central location; , large lot. Price $3,500. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT L. G. HOADLEY, Room 214, Washington Building, 89 s-" Church Street. OPEN EVENINGS. . TO LET. Rooms lop floor, building 434 Slate Slrcet, comer Court. , Good light, steady power, freight elevator and heat. Specially equipped for light manu facturing. Space to suit tenants for a term of years. Apply to Benj. R. English. 832f Chapel Street. -. I EDWARD P. BRETT, 1U1LDEK AND CONTRACTOR. -.it, Sawing. Turaisx nl Jobbing in j'jod of All Kinds. Window and $jir screens. jruinei w orn, rack- Boxes. S PR OCT STREET. 971 R'afrfclon Ii Np Hfpi r.nniL f lt f ' ,rHM"Mj KJTW I 11 fl aL.m t J rLj A i-tr-i - i t! riMHCL. O tHCZt I i wav own i I : ENGRAVED ' VI5ITING CARDS and ADDRESS DIES On Brown Street For Sale An eleven-room house 3 Brown street with improvements ; lot Z 35x140 feet, for $4,000. Very low price and a locality always in demand for moderate-priced rentals. Bassett's Gun Store. i ; ti 1 1 T W. L. WIGHTMAN 101 CHANGE ST. Room I. 1st Floor. Guns and Ammunition. Fun line of Hunters Coats and Bonis, Complete Line of Talking Machines Victor and Edison. October List of Records Now Ready. All the leading makes of Guns and Rifi Inohiillng the Wlocboitor Martin, Remington, Tarser, LcfeTcr, Baker. Ithaca, Stevens and oUir-r well-known makes. J. E. BASSETT, T,,E ov?23IL Valentines and Valentine Post Cards J. A. McKEIE'S. 930 CHAPEL. Chas. Wilson & Co. Room 200, 42 Church St. General Insurance, Real Estate, Loans at i I I i ; i ! ' t t a pi. -i i ti