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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, i908.
11 I P Do These Articles , i I Appeal to You? I A George Washington pitcher suitably decorated, I or a cherry decorated baking dish that is fireproof, J t ' durable and attractive. j I A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St. J, Successor to John Bright A Co. DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Town Clerk's Office. Jordan's Wax Oil Polish. A fluid preparation, it hides scratches, removes dust, polishes, brings out the grain, has no odor and is not sticky in fact, an ideal floor or furniture polish. MERRELS, CROSS & BEARDSLEY, CONTRACTING DECORATORS, 90-92 Orange Street. , . 'Phone 839. REAL ESTATE. mm Attractive Residence Spriclous verandas; handsome Interior; hardwood floors; nine bedrooms, two bathrooms, eight open fireplaces; hot water heat; large lot and garden. Location desirable and central. REALJESTATE. TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CHAPEL ST., Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service included. Benj. R. English. 839 Chapel Street. FOR SALE. i j A two-family houso having five ' rooms on each floor, with all improve ments. Including steam heat, and rcnt ! Ins tor $42 per month. Situated on Rosette street. I Prior, Low to a Quirk Buyer. 4,0OO, j Money to loan In sums to suit. ! L G.UOADLEY, S Room 215, Washington Building. 39 CHTRCH STREET, OPEN EVENINGS. FOR SALE , . In the : ' EIGHT WARD , A fine new two-family house of 16 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 50 per month. M00RHEAD & DONNELLY, (. 2 CHURCH STREET. ROOM 20. FOR SALE. Choice building lofs at College Woods. One block . from Whitney Ave. (Select location. Judson G Hauff, Room 402. e02 Chaps! St West Haven Building Lots iTices range irom $.j.uu to 58.00 a front foot. Size of lot to suit pur chitser. H V. RICHARDS, .Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St. FOR SALE. A desirable one family house. Dwtght street, south of Chapel. J O, PUNDERFORD, 116 CHURCH STREET. The following papers were filed in the town clerk's office yesterday: ' Quit Claim Deeds. The Xew Haven Savings bank to Alexander .MacDonald, et ux., Salton stall avenue, 32 feet. Henry Wcirweies to Daniel Iteilly, Davenport avenue, 25 feet. Ludwlg Hoffmelster to Russell X. Best, Forbes avenue, 32 feet. Jonathan X. Rowe to Russell X. Best, Forbes avenue, 32 feet. Portable Gas Lamps and Imported Glassware NEW Reflex Inverted Gas Lamps, (One Mantle.) - $1.50 to $2.85 Complete. Monthly-MA IN TEN A NCE-Monthly. THE NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT GO. Salesroom, 93 Crown Street. Warranty Deeds, Helen B. Chapman to Charles P. Thompson, Grove street, 45 feel. Lewis H. Freedman to Eiza1eUi J. Byron, Chapel street, 36 feet, Daniel Rellly to Bridget Sullivan, Davenport avenue, 25 feet.. Mortgage Deeds. Susie B. Lee to Xew Haven Savings bank, Xew Haven; $5,000. James iS( Byron, et ux., to William U'Bhanley, Chapel street, 36 feet; $5,000. Solomon Lear to Morris Kapimow, State street, 41 feet; $700. James S. Byron to Lewis H. Freed man, Chapel street, 36 feet; $5,000. Harry Krivitsky to Samuel G. Hoad ley, Congress avenue, 30 feet; $1,400. Russel X. Best to Jonathan X. Rowe, Forbes avenue, 32 feet; $575. Garrett J. FitzGerald to the Lenox Realty Co., Ferry street, 40 feet. Russell X. Best to City of Xew Ha ven, Forbes avenue, 32 feet;-$850. WHISK'S BlII.DIVt; STATISTICS. The following statistics of building operations in New England are com piled by the F. W. Dodge company: Contracts awarded January 1. 1908, to date, S 6.049,0.10 Corresponding period 1907... 15,550,000 Corresponding period 1906... 11.620.000 Corresponding period 1905... S. 759.00) Corresponding period 1904... 6.7S6.000 Corresponding period 1903... 8.717.000 Corresponding period 1902... 10.441,000 Corresponding period 19 jl... 9,344,000 Awarded week ending Feb ruary 19, 1908 788.000 Corresponding period 1907... l,82MuQ Corresponding period 1 906... 2.756.000 Corresponding; period 1904 ... 686.000 Corresponding period 1913.. , 1.217.000 Corresponding period 1902... 1.199,000 Corresponding period 1901... 1,330,0)0 THE STOCK MARKET (Continued from Tenth rage.) UOSION STOCK MARKET." CHAPEL STREET f5 Is d& Reported over prlvat wires of Horn blower ft Weeks, memoeri of th New Tork and Boston Stock Ex. ehsngss. Nsw Haven office, 27 Center treet Boston, Feb. 24. ' - Hlgh.Low.Bld. Asked Adventure 1 i 114 Allouex 2s'.i 28 28 2Si Arcadian -- 4?i 5 Atlantic Ill 11 11 11 Bingham lj, 1 i? 2 Boston Cons 15 Ui 14 U Butte Colatlon' .. 18 18 1S74 Calumet. & Aril.. 100 93 99 100 Calumet & Hecla. 616 . 613 615 620 Centennial 23 23 22 24 Copper Range ... mvt 5? 69'i 594 Daly West S14 8 P.i 8M Franklin 814 8 8 8l4 Granby ,. .. .... 80 85',4 Greene Canan?a . 8'4 8 S'fc 84 Isle Royal .. .... I1TB 214 204 21 La Salle .'. .. 14 14'4 Mass. Cons 3 3'i Mohawk 50 47 50 Nevada Cons 9H 9 9 9!4 North Butts .. .. 48 4SH 474 474 Old Dominion ... 354 34'4 35'4 Osceola 804 79 79 80 Parrot .. h 14V4 144 Qulncy 83 82 80 Shannon .11 10' 104 104 Tamarack ..I .... 65 65 65 70 Trinity 14 13H U. S. Mining - 32 32H do. pfd 3514 3"i 374 38 Utah Cons 374 36 36H 37 United Copper .. 54 6 Wolverine ...... 115 120 Am. Tel. & Tel... 107H m 107 108 Mass. Gas 62'4 62 61 H 62H Swfft & Co 974 974 S74 974 United Shoe com. 42 42'J do. pfd. .. .... 27 26H 24 27 United Fruit .... 116 115 1154 Xew Haven 133'4 1324 1324 LOCAL STOCK ftVOTATTOIfS. Corrected daily tr Klmberly, Root A Co., Investment Brokers. 131 Orange street. Tar. Bid. Aslted 140 170 184H 184 4 175 16 m no City 100 First National 100 Second National .... 100 Nat. New Haven .... 100 Mechanics 60 Merchants National. . 50 Nat. Tradesmens .... 100 New Haven County. . 10 Tain National loo New Haven Trust ... loi People's B. & Trust. . 100 Miscellaneous Stock. Par. Bid. American Brass .... 100 American Hardware. 1)0 Edison Elec, Boston. 1 00 International Silver . 100 do. ptd 100 New Haven Gas .... 25 N. H. Water Co B0 Peck, Stow & Wilcox. 25 Security Insurance.. 25 N. Y. N. J. Tel loo Swift Co, too S. N. E. Tel 100 msu. United Illuminating. 10 Railroad Storks. 68 68 16 134 202 i 4014 41' 91 97 Asked 108 107 205 56 42ia 96 46 44 94 8V4 153 Shore Line 4H. 1910.... 97 Wor. & C. E. 1st 4&s. 1943 65 93 Miscellaneous Bond. . ... Bid. Asked. AonB tTvnrAfla 4s. 1948.. an , Boston Elec. 6s. 1908 100 Branford L. & W. 5s. 1937 In. Kilver 6s. 1948 1)3 50454 In. silver 6s 74 . ' N. H. Gas, con. 5s, 1923.... H3 m N. II. Water con. 19U-15. -. 152 N. II. Sewer 4s, 1914 95 I N. H. City Bridge. 3s 95 NewLon. Steam 6s, 1913-20 100 103'i N. U Gas & Elec 5s. 1927. 97 102 ' New Lon. G. & E. 5s, 1929 96 N. Milford W. P. 5s, 1932.. 99 S. N. E. Tel 6s. 194S loo Swift & CO. 5s. 1914 98 100 Unit. 111. 4s, 1940 89 87 yt Ex-dividend. MOKSK WANTS Jl'RV ItlX'ORI). ONE CENT A WORD. Classified Advertisements. Invest Your Pennies "and Watch Results. Asks Permission lo See Minutes of Grand Jury Iiiiliiling Mm. New York, Feb. 24. Philip j. Britt, counsel for Charles V. Morse, made a motion before Justice Dowllng in the criminal branch of the supreme court this morning for leave to inspect the minutes of the special grand jury that returned two indictments against Morse for grand larceny. Decision on the motion was reserv ed. This was the day set for Morse to endorse, change or withdraw his plea of not guilty to the indictments. The pica was neither withdrawn nor changed, and the case will go on the calendar for trial. "When 1 appeared here a week ago," said Mr. Brut, my client plead ed not guilty, and 1 asked for permis sion to make a motion for an inspec tion of the minutes of the grand jury which indicted my client. Such mo tion was made and is returnable to day. I desire, if your honor will per mit, to have leave to submit an alli davlt in this connection. I wish to submit that affidavit to your honor." "Very well," replied Justice fow ling. "Has the district attorney any motion to make, or will the district attorney submit also an affidavit?" "Neither," said Assistant District Attorney Kresel. ( This announcement was received with surprise, as it appeared to indi cate that the district attorney's office would not opposo the application of Mr. Britt for an Inspection of the minutes. CIVIL SERVICE HEADQUARTERS. City of Xew Haven, Feb. 20, 1908. EXAMINATION Principals' Clerks, Department of Education; Salary $200 per Annum. Notice is hereby given of a compet itive examination to test tho fitness and eligibility of candidates for above named position, to bo held Thursday, February 27, 1908, In Alclermuntc Chamber, City Hull. Examination will begin at 7:30 p, m and close not Inter than 12 p. in. 1 Candidates will be examined in the following subject: Handwriting, writing from dictation, "polling, arith metic, letter writing, stenography, typewriting. Candidates' will be obliged to secure a mark of seventy per centum in the general and technical subjects to be declared eligible for appointment. Applications correctly certified must he tiled with secretary In person on or before Monday, February 24, 1908, at 1 o'clock. FRANK S. ANDREW, President. Attest: J. F. DONOVAN, Secretary. f 2 2 M FOR SALE. One cent a word -for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FOR SALE-kUothlng store and jew jelry shop combined, established 6 years, doing- good business; cheap for cash. B. Fox. 952 Grand Ave. . ' fl7 7t LOST. One cent a word for each insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. LOST Monday, gold chain and locket engraved "B. G., C." Return. 277 Crown Street. Reward. Telephone 3183-12. 125 It Boston A Albany ... loo Conn. R. & I, Do I'onn. Ry. pref . Danbury & Bethel... 25. New lyind. North.... loo H. Conn. West.... 100 XT., N.H. & H. R. R. 100 Railroad Bonds, 198 62 75 131 200 6. Hi 77 SI 177 44 133 Asked. lJOft 105 97 96 90 80 97 100 100 96 !i Bid. KerKsiiire St. 6s, 1922 Bridgeport Trac 6s. 1923 99 Bristol Tramway 4 s.1945 95 Conn. R. & U 4. 1961... S5 Conn. Ry. & U 4i4s, stamp 94 Conn. Ry. 4s, 1955 S6 Cons. Ry. s, end 1956.... j Cons. Ry 4s, 1954 85 Cons. Ry. debs, 1930 D. & N. 4s, 1955 Pan. & Bethel 6s, 1914.... Harlem & P. C. 4s. 1911.. 9994 do. 4s. 1954 Housatonic 4s, 1910 97 do. 5s, 1954 HO Mer. & Comp. 6s, 1923.... 100 Naugatuck 4s, 1954 Northampton 6s, 1909 100 N. H. & Center 6s, 1933... 10J N.H. & Derby 1st 5s, 1918. 100 N. H. & W. H. os, 1912.. 99 N. H. Ptreet 6s, 1913 100 101 N. II. Street 6s, 1914 loo New I,on. St. 6s. 1923.. SS X T. ft N.H. eonv. 6s. 1948 1!1U 1224 N.T..N H ft H.deb9 4s.l947 84 SS NT.. N. H ft H. i. 1955.. 93 do. 3, W. 77 79 N. Y. ftX. E. 5s. 1946 104 llfl N. X. & N. E. is, lJlSj.... , 9S!i of In sry LOST The man who took the watch from the telephone booth in Mat toon's Segar store is well known to the proprietor. If he returns It to tiiat store or to 90 Xo. Whittelsey Ave., Wallingford, Ct., no questions will be asked, otherwise he will be. prosecuted. -5 It LEGAL NOTICES. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, February 24. 1908. ESTATE UK CAROLINE S. FARNAM. lute of New Haven, In said District, deceased. - The Executor having exhibited his administration account with said estate to tills Court for allowance, It Is ORDERED, That the 2d day of March, 1908, at ten o'clock in the 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 place of said hearing bo given by publishing tills order three times in some newspaper having a circulation in said District. By tho Court. JOHN U GILSON. , f25 3t Clerk. CITY NOTICES. SPECIAL COMMITTEE DK AWARD OK CONTRACT KUR Pl'RCII ASE OK ELECTRIC ITM1' ON C.RHEN W1TH OCT ADVERTISING FOR BIDS. The Special Committee of the Hoard of Aldermen will hold a public hearing In Room I11-II, City Hall, Thursday, February 27, 1 90S. at 8 o'clock p. in fer the purpose of awarding contract for purchase of electric pump and en gine to no used on inereen to pump water from the Artesian well, without advertising for bid:'. All persons Interested in the forego ing are hereby notified to he present and be heard thereon without further notice. 1'cr order FRANK KENNA, Chairman. Atle.xt: MICHAEL A. MO RAN, JR.. f 25 3t Assistant City Clerk. " COMMITTEE ON STREETS. Tim Committee on Streets of the Ronrd of Aldermen will hold a public hearing In Room 13, (Wy Mall, Tues day, February . 25, 1908, at 8 n'cloek p. m. for the consideration of the follow Ing petitions: Petition of C. F. Cuspy, et al for walk and curb on north side of War ren place, between Cedar Hill avenue and View street; petition of C. F. Casey, ct nl.. for walk and curb on west side of Ridge street, between .10 Ridge street and Warren place; petition of John A. Home, et als., for two cross walks at Wlnthrop avenue and Parme lee avenue; petition of tieorge W. Cooper for permission 10 build two stepplnir stones to extend eight Inches over street line at 1S1-1S6 St. John street; petition of John T. Shea, et als.. for walk ant curb on east side of New hall ptreet. between llazen and Lilac streets; petition of Mrs. E. D. Doollttle et als., for legal grade on Fairfield avenue, between West Prospect and Davis streets: and petition of Mrs, 10. . Doollttle for legal grade on West Prospect street between Fountain street and Whalley avenue; petition of S . York for eurb and gutter on North side of Starr street, between Prospect and Mansfield streets. All persons Interested in the forego ing are hereby nollflcd to be present, and be heard thereon without further not ice. er order CHARLES H. STANTON, Chairman. Attest : MICHAEL A. MOR AN. JR., f 25 3t Assistant- City Clerk. Committee on streets. j lie i omnmtr nc i.uhi.i e . 1 1 ..... t.-tll hnirl n nuli'in li..rlff SI'UMtl"-!. ..I," " -" i 'l.llip Room IS, City Hall, Tuesday, Febru- r. ' ino n. Q n'olnpk n 1,1 fn. .1. . nrv Lit. 1 ni ,f . r 1 ? oonsioerauon ui ,,,s j,t:u- tions: petition of C. F. Casey, et n!., for walk and curb on north side ot War ren place, between Cedar Hill avenue and View street; petition of C. F. Casev, et Kl for walk and curb on west side of Ridge street, between 3.1 Rltle street and Warren place: petition of lobn A. Hot-re. et als.. for two crosj walko at Wlnthrop avenue and Parm" ce avenue; petition of Gorg,; w. Cooper for permission to build two stepping stones to extend eight ineli-s pv-r street line at 1M-1S6 St. John sireet: petition of John T. Sb-a. et als., for walk and curb on East side of Xew hll sireet, between Ha7.cn ad Lilac stretes; petition f Mrs. L Ii. Doollttle et al for legal grade on Fairfield avenue, between West Trospeet and Davis streets: and petition of Mrs. E. p Ponlittle for heal grade on West Prospect street between Fountain street and Wballey avenue, v Ml persons interested in the fore.i. inir ,,. ViPrchv notified to be prsen and be heard thereon without further notice. Per order CHARLEs H STANTON. Chairman, Attest : MICHAEL A. MOHAN. JR., f 5t Assistant City. Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court. February 24, 19,)8. ESTATE OK MARY ANN LINES, late of New Haven, In said District, de ceased. An instrument In writing, purporting to bo the last will and testament of said deceased, having been presented In Court and Frank 8. Bishop of New Ha ven having- made written application praying that tho same may be probated, uiul that loiters testamentary may bo granted, as by said application on file in tills court more fully uppears. It Is ORDERED, That said application be heuid and determined at a Court Jf Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 10th day of March, 100S. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, and tnat public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place ot the liaring inereon, negiven to all parties interested In said estate, by publishing this order three times In u newspaper having a circulation in said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON, T23 3t Clerk. One cent a word for eacn insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven times. AUCTION SALE R. B. Mallory, Auc tioneer and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel. 'Phone 2360. Residence 107 York, 'Phone 1056-2. Household Bales a specialty. AUCTION City Auction rooms, 417 State, cor. Court St Regular week ly auction Thursdays and Saturdays. fl4 26t JjELPWA HELP WANTED Competent girl for general housework; 620 Whitney Ave., cor. Canner St. f22 2t FLATS' FOR RENT. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FLAT FOR RENT Modern apart ment, hardwood floors, seven rooms; all improvements. 83 Cottage St., near Whitney Ave. Telephone 2219. fl2 HELP WANTED MALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven t lines. WANTED. . One cent a word for each insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven times. WANTED Jones' Select Employment Agency, 22 Church street. Telephone 1401-12. Connecticut's Larges. Agency; male and female help supplied for mercantile and domestic service for any and all kinds of work. Sent any where. Open evenings. - WANTED All good .iclp should call here. We supply all the best places and always need large numbers. Slee man's Reliable Employment Agency, 763 Chapel. . Open evenings. , ml4 tf JimOLES One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FOU REXT In modern central build ing, excellent quarters for wholesale , or manufacturing;. ' Write, P. o. Bo 1.244. J22 lrn CLAIRmA One cent a word ror each insertion, or tlve cents a word for seven times! WANTED FOR U. S. ARM.V Ablo bodied unmarried men, between 21 and 35; citizens of the United States; of good charr.ttor and temperate- hab its, who a n speak, read and write English. Apply Recruiting Officer, 890 Chapel ::treet. New Huvtn; 756 Main street, Hartford; 1022 Main- street, Bridgeport; 199 Hank street, Water bury. ' t 19 tf HELP WANTED Monk; " Honk! Honk! Look sharp to your interest. Now is the tlmo for young men to learn tho auto business. A thorough knowledgo of your maehino and how to repair when required is what we teach you. Open even.ngs. New Eng land Auto School, 73 Broadway. 08 tf BOARD AND ROOM. Ono cent a word for each Insertion, or five certs a word for seven times. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Coiirt. February 24. 1908. E STATU OK LAl'RA LLOYD, late of New Haven, In said District, deceas ed. IM'RSI'ANT to an order from the Court of Probate for said District, there will be sold at public auction lo the lilKliest bidder, on the 30th day of Oc tober, A. D. 1908. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon (unless previously disposed of at private sale), the following real es tate of said deceased, situated in the town of New Haven, vis: Land with bulldlnffs thereon known ns No. 1293 Whalley avenue, Including 100 feet more or loss on Whalley avenue. Sale to take place on he premises in said town. Terms made' known at time of sale.' FREDERICK SEXTON. f5 It Administrator- District of New Haven, ss. Trohate Court, February 21, 1908. EST ATM UF KATE KEARINO W EL MAN lute ot the City, County and Rate of N w York, owning property In suld District, deceased. An instrument In writing, purporting to be a duly authenticated and exem plllled cc.pv of the last will and testa ment of said deceased, with the pro ceedlnps or the Surrogate's Court for the County of New York, proving and establishing same, having, been pre sented in Court, and (leorge F. Butter worth of New York city having made written application praying that tho same mav be hied and recorded, ann that letters testamentary may he granted. as bv said application on file In tliis Court more fully appears. It Is ORDERED. Thut said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held nt New Haven, In said District, on the 4th day of March, 190K, nt ten oelOcK in ine lorrnnun, aim that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing; thereon, be given to all parties Interested in said estaie, by publishing this order three times lit a newspaper having a circulation in said District. By the Court. JOHN L., GILSON, f 22 3t Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court February 21. 1908. EST AT K OF GEORGE MORGAN, late of Haniden, In said District, deceaa- The Administrator having made writ ten app'ication to compromise a cer tain claim against said estste as by saiil application on file in this Court more fully appears, it Is ORDERED. That said application be beard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 3d day of March. 1'IOS at ten o'clock In the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendency of said spplicsllon. and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be Kiven by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a cir culation in said District. By the Court. JOHN U GILSON, f 25 St Clerk. HOARD AN'D ROOM Desirable room with board; quiet and central. 267 Orange St 117 7t FOUNTAIN PENS What we claim for our pen Will carry in any position. Never fails to write instant ly. Filled momentarily without unscrewing, and is the ONLY ladies' pen. John R. Rembert & Co. 262 State St. Everything for Vnh Office. CLAIRVOYANT Madame. Norman. die. formerly of N fi IV Vnrfc 11(1 Olivo St. The historical Mllo i'-u,.,. mand's system of gypsy card read ing. Advice on all matters of life Hours from 10 to 1 and 2-9 p. m. fX7 Ira DRESSMAKING. Ono cent a word fur each innertlor, or Ave cents a word for seven time. DRESSMAKINO Terms moderate. Out by tho day, $1.00. 90 Gregory street, , : j4 tf TAILORING. . Ono cent a word for each Insertion, or llvti cents a word for seven times. ' " .. I, TAILORING -J. - Edwards, merchant tailor; cleaning, dyeing and repair ing; ladles' work a specialty, 14$ Dlx well Avenue. f 19 fn LAUNDRY. or five cents a word for seven times! LAUXDRY Hand ' laundry, Susie Hick, 72 Webster Street, Ladles' walsta done with care; family , wash- ings, rough or ironed. , ..flllm. ANNOUNCEMENTS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cent a word for seven times, AXXOCXCISMKXT Sleeman's Relia. ble Employment Agency, 763 Chapel St., estatlishcd 20 years. Largest, best ir. the State. Best male and femalo help for any and all kinds of (vork.' Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Tel. 1422. Our Business. WE SELL electric moiors, dynamos, lamps, wire, electrical supplies of all kinds. ill' MAKK switchboards, nnnel bonrds, electric signs, special electrical devices. vv. IVSTM.L roninlcte ll-rlillm? nnrl power plants, freight elevators, stor age batteries, tcicpnoncs ana signalling systems. WE REPAIR electrical apparatus ol all kinds and contract to Inspect and maintain suen apparatus lor a nxcu sum per month or per year. . Can we serve you in any way? The Pierson S Dean Co. TELEPHOXE 1452-15. 144 Orange Street, Xew Haven, Conn. Booklovers Take Notice A Clearance Sale ot Fine Editions of Standard Authors at Greatly reduced prices List on App'ication EDWIN C. HILL COMPANY rnWI" ad Importers 43T Fifth Atcbii. New York. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FIRELESS COOKERS Every house . keeper wants one. Let us mail you booklet containing full description, cooking recipes and testimonials from people that are using them. Folding Mattress Co., New Haven Agents. 'Phono 14i2. . - , One tent a word for eacn insertion, or five cents a woid for seven times. EDUCATIONAL Mr. Frederick Weld will engage the services ot a limited, number of good singers for a chorus choir. Voices tried at 139 Orange Street EDUCATIONAL Private lessons m drawing and water color after Jan uary 1st T. R. Waite, 71 Kensington St d20tt Cold Weather Approaching Order K Q A L Beforc Johnson's Blizzard Arrives. W. F. GILBERT & GO., 65 Church St. Opp. P. 0. t i Bassett's Gun Store. I 1 1 Intl. ITnll Una nf TTnntovV CYi! anil KnOtM. Complete Line or Talking Machines Victor and Edison. October J List ot Records Now Ready. All the leading makes of Guns and Rifles, Including; the Wlnchestr, Martin, Remington, Parker, Lefever, Baker, Ithaca, Stevens and other J TCll.trnnwn make. fT 7 RAQCTTTT the. gun store Pd. 11. DAOOjjl 1. S Church St. t