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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1908.
U CANADA'S MISTAKE. On Brown Street For Sale An eleven-room house 3 Brown street with improvements; let 35x140 feet, for $4,000. Very low price and a locality always in demand for moderate-priced rentals. Chas. Wilson & Co. i Room 200, 42 Church St. General Insurance. Real Estate, Loans 4H"tl"M45- i H 11 TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CHAPEL ST., Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service included. Benj. R. English. 839 Chapel Street. Attractive Residence Spacious verandas; handsome Interior; hardwood floors; nine bedrooms, two bathrooms, right open flreplnoes ;; hot water heat; large lot and garden. Location desirable and central. FOR SALE. A one small family house, with barn, situate on Congress avenue. On easy terms. Price $1,600. Money to loan In sums to suit. L G. HOADLEY, 39 CHURCH STREET, Room 215, Washington Building, i OPEN EVEXIXGS. The Dominion Government to Return to the Round Kate of Postage. After experience of nearly a year the J ! government of Canada evidently is 4. convinced that Its action terminating T the agreement under which American J i newspapers and periodicals from pub- Ushers were admitted through the mails at the pound rate,of postage has 'not proved advantageous to the Dom i Inion. Recently a reopening of the J; question was requested from Ottawa, I resulting in a new agreement which j went into effect on Thursday, restor X I lng the former order of affairs so far as legitimate newspapers are concern ed; and it Is probable that the bar rier against magazines will likewise be removed soon. When in May, 1906, Canada gave the six months notice required by the postal convention that it would terminate the agreement the United States could only acquiesce. But many doubted that the neighboring country could really afford the sort of ex clusion proposed, and time has veri fied the accuracy of their opinion. Af ter tne cnange was ordered every newspaper or periodical sent from the United States to Canada, whether by publishers who mailed thousands or individuals who sent single numbers, was required to pay the full second class rate of a cent for every four ounces or fraction thereof, and the same rule became applicable to such mail matter sent from Canada here. The natural effect was a large falling off of the circulation of the newspa pers of each country in the other, for subscription prices were necessarily Increased to Include the excess post age. ' The Canadian idea was protective, but It seems the Canadian publishers quickly tired of sue h kind of protec tion and doubt soon spread If Canada's interests were served by the new poli cy. Large numbers of Canadians resi dent in American cities had previously kept in touch and sympathy with home affairs by reading the home pa pers. The circulation of Canadian pa pers in the United States had assisted substantially for advertising Canada's resources and attractions for settlers. And, as is now realized, a great many of Canada's people want American newspapers if they can get them rea sonably cheap. The Dominion postal authorities have learned that they took a wrong course, and they have sensibly corrected It. Buffalo Courier. CITV POOL TOUR X AMEXT. Trudo Leads Tournament Winning His Five Games Played. Albert Trudo still stands undefeated In the city pool championship tourna men now on at Kingsbury's parlors and it looks a3 if he should capture the pool honors. This week Trudo meets Ingoldsby Friday night. This match will be one of the best games of the tourney as victory for Ingoldsby gives him a fair chance for premiership. Victory for Trudo will give him nearly clear sail ing. The schedule for this week fol lows: To-night Reed vs. Lee. Tuesday Kennedy vs. Padmore. Wednesday Hahn vs. Burke. Thursday Ingoldsby vs. Trudo. Friday Exhibition game by Pad more. , The standing up to date follows: Won. Lost. p.c. Trudo a 0 1.000 Hahn 3 2 .600 Ingoldsby 3 2 .600 Burke 2 2 .500 Kennedy 2 2 .500 Padmore 2 3 .400 Reed 1 4 .200 Lee 1 4 .200 ONE CENT A WORD. Classified Advertisements. Invest Your Pennies and Watch Results. FOR SALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live rents a word for seven times. SkH FOR SALE In the EIGHT WARD A fine new two-family house of IS rooms; hardwood finish throughout; quartered oak floors, elegant mantles with combination coal and wood grates; front and rear stairs to third floor. Second floor rented for $30 per month. M00RHEAD & DONNELLY, 82 CHURCH STREET. ROOM 20. FOR SALE. Choice building lots nt College Woods. One block from Whitney Ave. Select location. Judson S Hauff, Room 402. 02 Chapsl St. West Haven Building. Lots , Prices range from $3.00 to $8.00 a front foot. Size of lot to suit pur chaser. II. V. RICHARDS, Heal Estate Broker , 141 Orange St. FOR SALE. A desirable one family house. Dwlght street, south of Chapel. J. C. PUNDERFORD, 116 CHURCH STREET. If the noliy I. Cutting Teeth, be sure and use UiKt old and well tried remedy, Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup. l;r children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, ourfs wind colic mid is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-live cents a bottle. STOLE AX APPLE. Johnny Glynn of West Haven was arrested Saturday by Detectives Dor man and Daley for stealing an apple from S. S. Adams' store. OASTOrilA. Bemra tta T 011 Hava Always Bocjjlt IJBI'AHTMKVr OV CI1AIMTIKM AM) ( OHKKt I IO. BOOM 2, u I V 11 AM.. Staled bids will be received at this office for the burial of the pauper dead for otus year from March 1st. until Wednesday. February 26th, at 2 o'clock p. m. Specifications may be had upon application. J. FROHLICIf, Superintendent. NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given of a public hearing by I ho Bureau of Compensa tion to be held In Room 10, City Hall, February 18, 1108 at S o'clock p. in. In the assessment of benefits and dam ages due to the establishment of a building line on Stanley street, between Norton street and Boulevard. BUREAU OK COMPENSATION, II. N. ULATC11LEY. Clerk, FOR SALE Clothing store and Jew elry shop combined, 'established 6 doing good business; cheap for B. Fox, 953 Grand Ave. fl7 7t years, cash. FOR SALE Restaurant doing a good business; cheap for quick buyer. Address W. A., This Office. fl4 7t AUCTION SALE. One cent a word for eacn Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. AUCTION City Auction rooms, 417 State, cor. Court St. Regular week ly auction Thursdays and Saturdays. tit 2Gt AUCTION SALE It. B. Mallory, Auc tioneer and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel. Phono 2360. Residence 107 York. 'Phone 1056-2. Household tales a specialty. , BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. of the a puimc Sideboard Values! We offer a few Sideboards, of which we have samples only, at specially low prices. Golden $21.00, Oak at Oak at Oak at Golden $22.00, Golden $23.50, Golden $28.00, Golden . $30 00, Golden $31.50. Oak at Golden Oak $35.00, at Golden Oak $11.00, , at Golden Oak 58.00. nt Oak at Oak at Oak at Golden $32.00, Sideboard, $15.00. Sideboard, $15.50. Sideboard, $18.00. Sideboard, $21.00. Sideboard, $22.00. Sideboard, $23.50. Sideboard, $24.00. Sideboard, $27.50. formerly formerly formerly formerly formerly formerly formerly formerly formerly Sideboard, $30,00. Sideboard, $42.00. Weathered Oak Rnffet, $30.00, at $18.00. f 'olden Oaft Buffet, formerly $20.00, now $12.00. formerly formerly Brown & Durham Complete House Furnishers. Orange and Center Sts. Portable Gas Lamps Imported Glassware and I NEW Reflex Inverted Gas Lamps, (One Mantle.) $1.50 to $2.85 Complete. Mont hly-MA IN TEN A NCE Monthly'. THE NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT GO. Salesroom, 93 Crown Street. janjuyicEs. REPORT Dl LAYOUT AND ASSESS MENTS FOR NEW STREETS OVER LAND OK U. J. FITZGERALD. In accordance with provisions of Section ft of the Charter of the. City of New Haven, notice Is hereby given that the following report of the De partment of Public Works of layout and assessments for new streets over lsnd of U. J. iFtzgerald, was accept ed, orders fur the layout passed as reported by the Board of Aldermen February i, 1908, approved by His Honor the Mayor February 11, lOul and is duly recorded In the records of the Board of Aldermen. Attest: JAMES J. DEV1XE, City Clerk. To the Honorable Uoard of AlulTiucn of the City of New Haven: The Director of Public Works re spectfully reports, that as ordered by the Board of Aldermen, he has caus ed a survey and layout and an assess ment of damages hud beneflta to bo made for the new streets over lands of l. J. Fitzgerald, and the establishment of grades thereon, the lines of which, as surveyed and laid out by him are described as follows, viz.: The westerly line of Tryon street commences at a point in the northerly line of Whalley avenue and extends northerly In a straight line to West River and passes through a point op posite to and distant ten and ninety two one-hundredths (10.921 feet from the southeasterly corner of the brick foundation of the house at the north westerly corner Of Whalley avenue and said Tryon street, also through anoth er point opposite to and distant twelve and forty-three one-hundredths 1 13.43) feet from the northeasterly corner of the brick foundation of the house No. 38 Tryon street. The easterly line commences at a rolnt In the northerly line of Whalley avenue and extends In a straight line to West River, parallel with and forty feet perpendicularly distant from the shove described west erly line. The grade rises from the grade at Whalley avenue nt the rate of four (4) Inches per one hundred ll00) feet. . , The westerly line of Tour street commences at a point in the northerly' line of Whalley avenue and extends In a straight line to West River and pass es through a point opposite to and dis tant eleven and eighty-nine one-hun-dredtha (11.89) feet from the south easterly corner of the brick foundation of the house No. 865 Whalley avenue, snd also through a point opposite to and distant ten and twenty-five on hundredths (10.2S) feet from the north easterly comer of the brtz-k foundation of the house No. 19 Tour street. The easterly line commences at a point In the northerly line of Whalley avenue and extends In a straight line to West River psrallel with and forty (4)) feet perpendicularly distant from the above described westerly line. The grade fills from the grade at Whallev ave nue at the rate of three (3 inches per one hundred (100) feet. The southerly line of Vallev street will' pass through a point three hun dred and thirty-five (33M feet norther ly from the northerly line of Whalley avenue, measured along the eastrrlv line of Tyron street, and also through a point three hundred and fifty-one and a half (351.5) feet northerly from the northerly line of Whalley avenue meas ured along the westerly line of Tour street. The northerly line Is parallel with and forty (4) feet perpendicular ly distant from the above described southerly line. The grade will be p. straight grade between the grades of Tyron street and Tour street. These streets are to be opened and graded without expense to the cltv and to the acceptance of the Director of Public Works. The lines of the above-described lav outs are fuly shown by the red lines upon a map of the said layouts on file in the office of the City Engineer dated November 21. 1901. and nunibere.l No. 42. and the grade Is shown bv the red lines upon a profile map of the said layouts on file In the same office and dated March, 1907. which map and pro file map dated and numbered as abov described, is made a part of this lay out. The amount of land taken for 'he said layouts is fully shown upon said t nm p. All parties affected by said layouts, and the establishment of grades there : on. wre duly notified and given full opportunity for a hearing In the case, and. after careful consideration, the Director respectfully recommends ths adoption of this lavout I Respectfully submitted, JAMES B. COE. Director of Public Works. January 6, 19HS. Board of Aldermen. Read for the first time and ordered i printed In the Journal, i A. OSWALD FALL-MAN. j Assistant Pity Clerk, i February 3, 190S. Board of Aldermen. ! Read for second time, report aocept ! ed. order passed and assessments laid I as reported M. A MORAS. JR . Assistant City Clerk. February 11, 150?. City of Kew Haven. I Approved. JAMES B. MARTIN, I fll 3t Mayor. BUSINESS OWORTCXITY SOAP Wanted, partner with capital, to en gage in the manufacture of soap. For particulars address I. Faulker, 180 Smith St., Hartford, Ct f 15 7t BOARD AND ROOM. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a wuid for seven times. The Committee on Streets Board of Aldermen will hold hearing, In Room 10-11, City Hall, Tuesday, ! ebrury is, inns, at S p. ni., for the consideration of the following petitions: Petition of C. T. Casey,, et als., walk and curb on Warren place, btiiwcen Cedar Hill avenue and View street. Petition of Mrs. 1C. D. Doollttle for a legul grade on West Prospect street, between Fountain street and Whalley avenue. Petition of Albert O. Norton, et .nls, for -a cobble gutter on both sides of Fountain street, between Forest street and Allien avenue. Petition of J. T, Shea for walk and curb on e;ist side, of Newhall street, between Hazel and Lilac streets. Petition of M. F. Shanlcy, et als., for crosswalk at corner of Sherman ave nue and Perclval street. All persons Interested In the fore going are hereby nnlitlcd to be present and lie heard thereon, without further notice. Per order. CHARLES A. STANTON. Chairman. Attest: MICHAEL A. MOHAN, Asst. City Clerk, f 1 5. 17 is. REPORT DE EXTENSION OP SHEF FIELD A V EN IE FROM DIVISION STREET TO HIGHLAND STREET. In accordance with provisions of Section SI of the Charter of the City of New Haven,-notice Is herhy given that the following report of the Depart ment of Piihlic Works de layout fur ex tension of Sheffield avenue from Dlvl sion street to Highland street, was ac cepted, orders for layout passed as re ported by the Hoard of Aldermen Feb ruary 3. IftnK; that raid report Is duly recorded In the records of the Hoard of Aldermen nf the City of New Haven. At'est: JAMES J. DEYINK, City Clerk. To the Honorable Hoard of Aldermen of the Cltv of Now Haven: The Director of Public Works re spectfully rporls. that as ordered by the Hoard of Aldermen, he has caused a survey and layout to be made for the etensloii of Sheffield avenue from Di vision street to Highland street and the establishment of a grade thereon, the lines of which, as surveyed and laid out by him me described as follows, vis: The westerly line commences at a point In the northerly line of Division streets and extends In a straight line to the southerlv line of Highland fdrect and Is In a direct extension of the west erly ilne of Sheffield avenue as already laid out, southerly of Division slreet. The ensterlv line commences nt a point In the northerly line of Division street and extends, In a straight line to s point in the southerly lino of Highland street, and Is sixty (fift) feet perpendicularly distant from the above described westerly line. The street Is to be opened and grad ed without expense to the rlty and to the acceptance or tne mrerror or rtiD lle Works. The lines of the above described ex tension are fully shown by the red lines noon n map of the said on file In the nfitce of the City Engineer, dlted December 11. 191 and numbered 'No. 43, and the grade Is shown hy the red lines upon a profile map of the said on file In the same office and dated March 13. 1901, which map and profile map. dated and numbered as above de scribed, is made a part or this layout. The amount of land taken for the said extension Is fully shown upon said mAll parties affected by the said ex tension and the establishment of a grade thereon were duly notified and given full opportunity for a hearing in the case, and, after careful considera tion, the Director respectfully recom mends the adoption of tills layout. Respectfully submitted, J AMES B. COE. Director of Public Works. January 6, 190S. Hoard of Aldermen. Read for the first time and ordered printed in the Journal. A. OSWALD I'ALLM AN. Asslstint City Clerk. February 3, 1908. Board of Aldermen. Read for the second time, report ac cepted, order passed and assessments laid as reported. M. A. MORAN. JR. fl7 St no.HI AND ROOM Wanted, by a local salesman board and room within six blocks of City hall. State price per week and location. Address B. & R Journal-Courier. fl7 3t BOARD AND ROOM Desirable room with board; quiet and central. 267 Orange St. f 17 7t FLATS FOR RENT. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. FLAT FOR RENT Modern apart ment, hardwood floors, seven rooma; all improvements. 83 Cottage St., near Whitney Ave. Telephone 2219. fl2 TABLE BOARD. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. TABLE BOARD and room. Home cooking. 144 Dwlght St. f 12 7t SITUATION WANTED-FEM ALE One cent a word for each insertion, br five cents a word for seven times. SITUATION WANTED By compet ent young woman as cook In pri vate family. Best reference. Call Tuesday at 45 Trumbull St f 17 It HELP WANTEDMALE. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. WANTED FOR C. 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, Waterbury. jl9 tf LOST. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. LOST String of gold beads with locket, initial S, between York St. and St. Paul's church. Reward return to 287 York St. . fl7 It HELP WANTED Honk! Honk! . Honk! Look abarp to your Interest. tow la the tlrno for young men to learn the auto business. A thorough knowledge of your machine and how to repair when required la what we teach you. Open evenings. New Eng land Auto School. 73 Broadway. oS tf JJjWED One eer.t d word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. WANTED Jones' Select Employment Agency. 23 Church street, Telephone 1401-12. Connectlcut'sLargeat Agency; male and female help aupplied for mercantile and donutlo arvlo for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. open evenings, WANTED All good help anould call here. We supply all' the beat places and always need large numbers. Slee man's Reliable Employment Ageney, 763 Chapel. Open evtnlnga. mil tf WHOLESALE; OR MFG. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven timet. FOR RENT In modern central build ing, excellent quarters for wholesale or manufacturing. Write, P. O. Bog 1-244. J22 1m DRESSMAKING. one cent a word for eacn insertion, or five cents a word for seven timet. DRESSMAKING Terma moderated Out by the day, 11.00. rj Gregory street 14 tf HELP WANTED In lumber yard; Intelligent, active, strong young man, about 18 years. If afraid of work do not apply. The DeForest & Hotchklss Co, 115 Water St. fl3 3t REPORT DE LAYOUT AND ASSESS MENTS FOR EXTENSION OF M KINLEY A VENl'E FROM W1L LARD STREET TO FOUNTAIN STREET. In accordance with the provisions of fectlon 81 of the Charter of the City of New Haven, notice Is hereby given that the following report of the De partment of Public Works of layout and assessments for the extension. of McKlnley avenue from WlUard street to Fountain street, was accepted, or ders for the layout passed as report ed by the Board of Aldermen February 3, 190S. approved by His Honor the Mayor February 11, 190S, and are duly recorded In the records of the Board of Aldermen. Attest: ' JAMES ,T. DEV1NE, City Clerk. To the Honorable Board of Aldermen of the City of New Haven: The Director of Public Works re-spei-tfully reports, that as ordered by the Board of Aldermen, he has caused a survey and layout and an assessment of damages and benetlis to be made for the extension of McKlnley avenue from Wlllard street to Fountain street and the establishment of a grade thereon, the lines of which, as surveyed and laid out by him are described as fol lows, vlx.: Both the easterly and westerly lines commence at the northerly line of Willard street and extend In straight lines to the southerly Ine of Founta n street, and are In direct extension ot the easterly and westerly lines respect ively as at present laid out between Wlllard and Elm streets. The street Is to be opened and grad ed without expense to the city and to the acceptance of the Director of Pub lic Works. The llneg of the above described ex tension are fully thown by the red lines upon a map of the said extension on file In the office of the City En gineer dated Mav 18. 1908, and number ed No. 53, and the grade Is shown hy the red line., upon a profile map of the said extension on fl'e In the same office and dated December is. 1901, which map and profile map. dated and num bered as above described. Is made a part of this layout. The amount of land taken for the said extension Is fully shown upon said map. All parties affected by the said ex tension and the establshment of a grade thereon were duly notified and given full opportunity for a hearing In the case. and. after careful considera tion, the Director respectfully recom mends the adoption of this layout. Respectfuilv submitted. JAMES B. COE, Director of Public Works. January 6, 1908. Board of Aldrmen, Read for the first time and ordered printed In the Journal. A. OSWALD PAI.LMAN, Assistant City Clerk. February 3, 1908. Board of Aldermen. Read for second time, report accept ed, order passed and assessments laid as reported. M. A. MORAN. JR., Assistant City Clerk. February 11, 1908. City of New Haven, Approved. JAMES B. MARTIN, f 17 3t Mayor. FURNISHED ROOMS. One cent a word tor each Insertion, or iv cents a word for seven times. FURNISHED ROOM Pleasant front rom convenient to bath, 276 Orange St. Telephone 3276-4. f 15 7t ARNMJR One cent a word for each Insertion, or five tents a word for ieven times. TO RENT Farm at South End East Haven; good houae and 'barn.' W. L. Everit, 8 Eld St. fl5 3t 1 2 UPRIGHT PI AIMO BARGAINS PIANOS On sale this week, among the lot will be found such well known makes as Krakauer, Steinway, Henry F. Miller, Emerson, Clinton, Jacob Bros., Schirmer Leslie, etc, etc Prices for this sale ONLY are 100.00, 135, 165, 173, 195210, 225, 250, 275, 290, 325,- 365. Every piano Is fully guaranteed. Terms can be arranged to suit the convenience of purchasers,' The A. B. Clinton Company, 33 Church St i 1 JJLAJRVOYAN One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven tlmeu- CLAIRVOYANT Madame Norman die, formerly of New York,1 110 Olive St. The historical Mile L'Nor mand's system of gypsy card read ing. Advice on all matters of life. Hours from 10 to 1 and 2-9 p. m. - fl7 lm ANNOUNCEMENTS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven tlmea LEGAL NOTICES. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, February 14, 1908. 1 ESTATE OF LAVRA LLOYD, late of New Haven, in said District, deceas ed. The .Administrator having made written application for an order au thorising and empowering him to sell and convey certain real estate Of said deceased, as by said application on fle in this Court more fully appears, it is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 21st day of Feb rue.ry, 1908, at ten o'clock in the fore noon, and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing there on, be given by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a circulation in said District. By the Court, JOHN L. GILSON, f 15 3t Clerk. ANNOUNCEMENT Mailed free, full description of new Flreless Cooker; also particulars of our ten day free trial offer Eighth wonder of the world. Folding Mattress Co., New Haven Agents. Phone 1492. fITV SOTirK. COUHITTF.K ORIHVWCF.s. The Committee on Ordinance of the Board of Aldermen will hold a public bearing In Room 10-11. City Hall, on Wednesday. Feb. 19. 19ns, at S o'clock, p. m.. for the consideration of the fol lowing. , Petition of Alderman 1,00s for pro posed changes to Building Ordinances. Petition of Alderman Miller for the adoption of an ordinance regulating the construction of car's and other con-vevam-f s used for the purpose of tak ing ashes through the streets of the citv. Petition of the members of the Moth ers' Club, ct als.. to prevent the distri bution of patent medicines and sam ples from floor m Ml persons in 1 crested In the fore going are hereby notified to be pres ent and be heard thereon without fur ther notice. Per ord' r: FRANK KENN'A, Chairman. Attest MICHAEL A. MORAN, JR., Chirman. m 3t District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, February 14, 1908. ESTATE OF CHARLES HOLT FOWL ER, late of New Haven, bi said Dis trict, 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 KATE C. FOWLER, GEORGE S. FOWLER. Executors. 295 Whalley avenue. fl5 3t ANNOUNCEMENT Slceman-s Relia ble Employment Agency, 7$3 Chanel 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. - v ' One cent a word tor eacn Insertion, or five cents a wotd for seven tlmea 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 la drawing and water color after Jan uary 1st T. R. Walte, 71 Kensington St d20tt' EDWARD P. BRETT, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. Sawing, Turning and Jobbing In Wood of All Kinds. Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work. Pack lng Boxes. ' 7 PROCT STREET. NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given of a public hearing by the Bureau of Compensa tion to be held In Room 10, City Hall, Fehruarv 18. 190S. at 8 o'clock p. m. At that time and place opportunity will be given to all who desire to be heard In relation to the assessment of benefits for the construction of a sewer in the following named streets: Gibbs street, between Dlxwell avenue and Shelton avenue. Tyler street, between Oak street and Parmelee avenue. Howard avenue, between Sea street and South Water street. Wallace street, between Water street and Collis street. Ellsworth avenue,- between Elm street and Whalley avenue. Malthy place, between Grand avenue and Clay street. Parmelee avenue, between Tyler street and Winthrop avenue. Dixwell avenue, between West Ivy street and Willis street. BUREAU OF COMPENSATION. B. BLATCULET, Clerk. Cold Weather Approaching Order J Q A L BeforC Johnson's Blizzard Arrives. W. F. GILBERT & CO., 65 Church St. Opp. P. 0. 1 1 1 BIH I 1 1 1 1 H M I ; Bassett's Gun Store. Guns and Ammunition. Full line of Hunters' Coats and Boots. Complete Line of Talking Machines Victor and Edison. October List of Records Now Ready. All the leading makes of Guns and Rifles. Including the Winchester Martin, Remington, Parker, Lcfcvpr, Baker, Ithaca, Stevens and oUtet well-known makes. T D DA CC17TT THE, GUN STORE PcJ. He DAOOrii 1, 5 Church St. Y