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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1908.
News of Neighboring Places and Mrs. LVifred' Birckett and Miss Lu- ; :ei!a Nettlcton, Stuwes Hill. i JEWELERS. EXPERT WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING i More watches are ruinoil more lino 01 Jewelry MiK-U by ioor FAIR HAYEN HEWS:; Lack of Church Support Alleg ed Columbia Castle Meet ing To-night. until a few , y?ars ago, resided in i Frederick L., formerly clerk of the Blatchley avenue. Mrs. Jones was 71 court of common pleas; ErntsL L tars of age, and died from a stroke of ' assistant prosecutor of the V. alling- i paralysis. Besides her husband, she : ford borough court; John It. and leaves a daughter. Miss Caroline Jones, j Lewis S. of Branford, and Wallace of 1 Mrs. Jones' maiden n.Uie w as Ms: . San Francisco. Deceased was a man I Phoebe C. Bennett. - Her funeral will j universally respected and his death is be attended at her late home this af- . sincerely mourned. tcrnoon at 2:30 and Interment will be i in Fair Haven cemetery. Her husband, WALLINGFMD NEWS Charity Whist March 3 Elec- trie Meters for Day ! Service. ! Jihn L'Hommeclieu of Xuroton, is the guest of relatives on Eroad street, j i i pipppg 1 Mrs. after raicmu .01 nnuge- workmen than In any oilier way. port was the guest of her brother on : nl iahc nll ,.,n,-e with jours. Saturday. ' j Krhig it to us ami we ussure you i "' I iironipt,nml thorough service and rca- ' Lav Roosevelt of New York city, is ' enable charges. !a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. i Frederick Cornwall on Lafayette av- i enue. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Ol&"3fetoe.lb.rg. aW37 m umple sr. Miss Annie O'Brien of New York do so. This matter has come up re- u'""" " " rently at the meeting of the Bcclesiast-i J" merriment The first choice went cal society of Grand 1 Avenue Congrega- I? Mrs' Henrr slmon wnose score was Complaint is made in several church es in this part of the city from time to time, that not all the members of the church and congregation help to aid financially in support of the church, it Is said, that there Is a disposition in all cases where a person has not the means to render such financial aid, and where the excuse is satisfactory, to five the same its due weight. But the claim is made that many who could aid to Eome small extent at least, do not do so. This matter has come up re cen tional church and It has been thought best to provide an amendment .to the church rules; This amendment will be reported at the regular prayer meeting of the Grand Avenue Congregational church this evening, for such action as j the church may take.. The proposed amendment is as follows: ' Article 2, Seitlon 6. Each member of this church, whether resident, or non resident, shall pay $1 per year, or two cents a week, toward the current ex penses of the Ecclesiastical society con nected with the ' church. Failure to comply with this ruin shall be deemed sufficient ground for removal of a mem ber's name from the roll of church membership. Such removal shall be hiade only in accordance with Article 3, Section 4 of the standing rules and not without previous notice to such member.- Any request for exemption from this rul? may be made through the pastor. This rule does not release any member from supporting the church by pew rents, or free-will offer ings, according to ability. who is ouite aged, was taken ill three ; i-ity, is spending a few days in Bran- days after his wife was attacked. He ; ford. Is very ill and may not recover. The Entre Nous Whist club was en- l Special Journal-Courier Men Service) A public charity whist will be given by the Holy Trinity Aid society on Tuesday evening, March 3. The nio- A number of application for member ship in the Akcnash Tribe, 1. O. It. M. have betn received. A claVs of candi dates will receive the first degree at the meeting on Friday evening. The St. Mary's Dramatic club held a jem-areai 01 013 nophins mis even- I -,iu in ho it od 1.1 ini ........ tertained Saturday evening at the home : ing. ! following ladies have the affair in of Mrs. C. M. Fairchlld in Kirkham , . . ! ... . " Thoma .,. ,." a bundle. The batten- basketball team will!.. . ,,.. m,. ,... t. ' x. j. vn'"11. ii3' -.vmyii itusso. .ars. avenue, .East Haven, when a bundle. The battery basketball team will whist was enjoyed. At 7 o'cock a fine; plap the Naval Reserves of New' Ha supper was served and the dining room i ven at Pythian 'hall Wednesday even was decorated with flags. Payinj was ing. This is In the nature of a return over at 11 p. m. and then the prizis game, and the locals hope to reverse were drawn from a large bag among : its defeat of Saturday evening when the Naval Reserves won at the New Haven armory. I The regular weekly prayer meeting I of the Methodist church will be held in the chapel on Tuesday evening, at 7 45 o'clock. WE IJI Y OLD GOLD AND SILY1CH. The. Columbia castle, K. G. E., will have an important meeting this eve ring and it Is desired that a large number attend. The degree team will work the third degree and there will be other business. After the meeting a clam chowder will be served. Mem bers of other city castles are invited to attend. On Friday evening the twenty-fifth anniversary of the m.'.rriagc of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodward was celebrated at their home in Hemingway avenue. East Haven. Gifts were presented to the couple in behalf of the company, by Rev. D. J. Clark. These -gifts Included a cut glass water pitcher and glasses, cut glass berry dish and silver berry spoon and a mallogany chair. Mr. Woodward responded to the presenta tion in thanks in behalf of himself and wife. The closing event of the present en tertainment course at the library will be given Tuesday evening and will be a concert by the college girls' quartet. W. P. Wilson, Mrs. William Hassett, Mrs. S. O'Connell, Mrs. L. Gaherty, M:. M. J. O'Ncil, Mrs. M. J. Butler, Mrs. J. C. Wrinn, Mrs. Martin O'Con nell, Mrs. John Conheaiiy, Mrs, . A. Kearney, Mrs. J. J. Haydcn, Mrs. J. Houlihan. Mrs. M. Luby, Mrs. B Coughlin, MikS M. Cassln and Miss M. Downs. Meters for" Day Service. John P. Stevenson, secretary of the Board of Electrical commissioners has Issued the following notice to the pa trons of the Borough Electric Light Works: "The Board of Electric corn- Georgia chapter, O. E. S.. will give a ! missioners of the Borough of Walling public whist at Pythian hall on Wed-'ffrd request that all customers who Montowese and Princess lodges, N. E. O. P., will hold a Joint social Tues day evening. The funeral services of William Hat field were held on Sunday afternoon from his home on New Haven avenue, and were conducted by th) Rev. W. D. Tuckey. The attendance was large, and the flowers were very beautiful. A large number of friends from New York city and from New Haven were present. The guests were taken to the Evergreen cemetery in New Haven on a special trolley car. The pall bear ers were Dr. W. S. Putney. Captain E. L. Ford, Alexander B. Gardner, George Whitcomb, George Green and Fred Hungerford. nesday evening of this week. Mrs. O. H. Scrantnn of Exchange street, who has been 111 with appendi citis at Hotchkiss grove, Is on the way to recovery. A cargo of oysters has arrived at one of the Front street wharves for M. P. Tutte. The Quinniplac Hose, Hook and Ladder company hold a meeting this evening a little earlier than usual, 7.30. This 13 In order that the big whist may start at 8 o'clock. Three handsome prizes have, been procured by the committee and there will be an animated contest. All are invited to attend. The members of Live. Oak council. Royal Arcanum, are looking forward with no little interest to the meeting on Thursday evening at A. O. U. "W. hall, 25 Grand avenue. At this meet ing four candidates are to be Initiated by the(degree team and this will give the council 101 member'. The officers Intend if it U a possible thing, to get 125 members this year. Ut the meeting Thursday evening, a visit Is expected from the grand regent, Horace S. Sav age of Meridci. Members of the other councils of the city, are Invited. After the meeting, there will be a carpet bowling contest. If Live Oak wins this game over Honour, it will make a tie, 2 and 2 and the homo team under the direction of the secretary, John W. Kessel, will try and come out ahead. This would enhance the interest In the supremacy in the New Haven district 1 for the prize, a silver cup. There ought to be "a big attendance of Live Oak men Thursday night to encourage the team In Its contest for the -championship of the district. "The Old Maid's Convention," was very successfully presented at the par ish house of Grace P. E. church last evening by a company of young people from the church under the direction of J. F. Parsons. There had been a num ber of drills and the entertainment was well presented before a large audience. There was a social hour after the en tertainment and ice cream was served. John Tierney, jr., of Providence, vis ited his parents at their home In James street, Sunday. The assembly of the Branford high school at Pythian hall this evening was a well attended and most success ful event. Clifford and Irwin Morton spent Sunday In New York city. The Y'oung People's society of Christian Endeavor of the Congrega tional church will hold a "bargain supper" in the church parlors on Wednesday evening. are desirous of day service for urie or more lights, power or heat, make ap plication for same at once, as such service is not Included In your con tract. This does not apply to custom ers or meters. The superintendent will furnish all Information desired. K. W. meters will be furnished as formerly. Prepay meters will be furnished by the borough if desired.'" M. P. Harding has rendered his ad ministration account as administrator of hc estate of the late William Don ahue. A hearing on the same will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon. WESTVILLE. The K. K. K. girls spent a very plea.-ant evening at the home of Miss Mabel Merrtman last evening. ' The Christian Ehdeavor society of the Congregational church will hold their regular monthly huslness meet ing In the church chapel on Wednesday evening at 7:43. Several matters of Importance are to he brought up be fore the society so a large number Is desired. The Westvllle Hook, and Ladder Co, are making final arrangements for their annual ball to be held in Ma sonic hall on Wednesday evening of this week. Music will be furnished by Stanford's orchestra and a large crowd is anticipated. Tickets for the dance which ladies' auxiliary. No. 25, A. O. H will give in Music hall on the evening of Tuesday, March 17, were given out at a meeting of the auxiliary this evening. S0OTHINGT0N, I Mrs. John Davidson of Forest street, j who has hern ill for some time with a severe attaen of trie grip is very much Improved to-day. Southington, Feb. 24. A most Inter esting game of pool Is to be played at Horan's cafe, cither Thursday or Fri day night, William Horan, who won the state championship two years ago In Hartford will play George Brltt, who Is now leader In the tournament for t he 'championship of New England, Horan has 'been out of the game for the pjst two years but still chows his old lime form and a very fine game will un-, doubtcdly be played. Plenty of money will be placed on botn sides us they both have many backer. Iarge Seat Sale for Opera. When the s?at sale opened this morning at Plxley's for "A Runaway Girl" there were over fifty in line wak ing to secure seats. To-day's sales have been the largest ever known for any production which has been given at the local theater. To-night nearly all of the good seats for both nights have been sold. However there are a few desirable ones still left but these will probably go to-morrow. One of the features of the opera will lie the augmented orchestra .with the talent ed young musician, Miss Violet Hoff man as pianist. When James Powers started In "A Runaway Girl" he took the part of "Flipper" a jockey. This role will be taken by Stuart Benson. Indian River grange will hold a pub lic institute meeting on March the third. The neeting will be conducted by the Connecticut Pomological socie ty, the State Poultry association and the State Dairymen's association, each of which will be represented by able speakers. Repairing Department We employ a SKILLED me chanic to examine, regulate and repair clocks. Our EXPERT watchmaker attends to fine watch work only. Customers who possess a Chronometer, Chronograph, Re peater, or any other kind of complicated watch, will find it to their interest to consult our watch specialist. Old gold jewelry repaired and The Methodist church was weii mi-1 renovated or remodeled to mod ed last evening at the illustrated ser vice on "SoniL Ix-ssons from the Life of Washington." The Illustrations were very fine, and the descriptions equally good. Miss Esther L. Jarvls of New York city, played a violin so lo for the morning offertory, and 11 was much enjoyed. A minstrel show Is soon to be given in the Town hall, under the auspices of the local drum corps. A committee has been appointed, and plans for a first class entertainment are in pro gress. 1 . Mrs. Elmer Barnes of Wharf street will entertain the members of the Alrthea circle at her home on Wed nesday afternoon. Rowling. The team standing In the City Bowl- (Speelal Journal-Courier n Serrlce)j ,ng. le!igue tor the past . week Is a The Ladies' Guild of St. Peter's church will meet on Wednesday aft ernoon with Mrs. Quirk on Read street. The meeting was postponed from last week, on account of the un pleasant weather. ern designs. Silver-plated ta bleware, spoons, forks and tea- sets refinished and replated. CHARGES REASONABLE. Monson's Jewelry Store. 857-859 Chapel St. HIGH-CLASS GERMAN RESTAURANT. Imported . Beers a Specialty. Business Men's Noon Lunch 50 Cent. HUNGARIAN GYPSY ORCHESTRA. A. D. BELL Proprietor Hotel Garde OppoaUa Union Depot, NEW HAVEN. CONN. ... ' ' Connecticut's Largest Hotel Dinner 12-2:15. 60 Centa. 151 1U U CIlljltCH STREET. RESTAURANT. Luncheon. J1:S0 until 2 o'clock. OHCHESTIIA BVEN15C1 Service a la Carte. LOUIS METZGER CATERING CO. New Tontine Hotel ORCHESTRA EVENLVG8. ? Special attention given to banquet, reddingH and private parties. Euro pean plan. Bofcini from $1-00 up. GEORGE T. WHITE. Proprietor. BANDY'S NEW HOTEL DAVENPORT AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN. CAFE A LA CARTE. MUSIC EVENINGS, , TO II. , Corner Orange and Court Street, : TELEPHONE 128. Adnnii.- CHj. N. J.. The Hotel lot C omfiirt. Most select location. Ngtir all attractions. Modern, high-class, homelike. Kxcellent table and servle predominant features. Fifty Klegant Front Rooms have private bath attach ed. Capacity 500. Kpecliil rates $10 up weekly, Illustrated booklet. - X. C. EKHOLM. . Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett apent Washington's birthday with Mrs. Bartlett's parent, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hillhouse of lirand" avenue. The entertainment and social by the ISpworth league of the Methodist church postponed from last -week on account of the bad weather will be i given to-morrow evening In the vestry of Brooklvn!of the chur.-h. The entertainment will aoubtless rje tietter man 11 it nan nren given last week, as the members have had longer to practice, so all come and help to make It a auccees. Superintendent Kgan of the state po lice, Is not enjoying very good health In Ensenada, according to letters re ceived In town. He Is ooardlng at the American hotel, but the food Is very distasteful and the water Is very Im pure. He is not apprised of the time of his return and his position Is a most discouraging one. Every effort Is being used to keep Walker In En senada and the difficulties of the chief are numerous. follows; OlympiHS . Kickers ... Wt Ends Odd Fellow: Owenorns , V. U PC. SI 11 .758 :s 54 17 1S .finn M 2S ' .444 10 28 .3G4 is s . .m 12 33 , .:o7 The riev. Howard Mescrve of the Plymouth church preached on "The Power of the Cross" on Sunday evening. , For the individual standing , Morris of the West End holds the lead r.s usual, with Williams second. Cottrlll who was fifth a week ago is now In third place. ' ' ; - tTlie Two tames jf basketball In the Wallingford league to-morrow evening at the armory are sure to be elope. The teams are vry evenly matched nnd lho?e who attend the contests will wit ness a fine exhibition of basketball. The games which were scheduled for Frlday night In the lcngue will be played Saturday at the T. A. 13. hall. The Independents will play the Vales vllle tMm at the Yalesvllle town hall Wednesday evening. ' On Saturday evening the Fair Ha ven W. C. T. U. held a very success ful Martha Washington supper at their rooms, 17 Grand avenue. The rooms were handsomely decorated in patriotic colors end lUgs and looked very pret ty. There were recitations and musi cal selections rendered after the sup per and they were much enjoyed. On Sunday afternoon at the regular afternoon meeting of the W. C. T. V. held at its hall, the address was de livered by Rev. E. C. Tullar. Mr. Mar tin of Highwood, who Is 90 years of age, was present and gave an address. Mr. Martin Is always pleased to visit the union and speak to the members and friends. Mr. Tulhar remarked that. It was worth coming out Just to hear llr. Martin talk. There were two duets by the Miss;s Ethel and Edith Sennon. Mr. J. B.. Tower and family moved yesterday from their home In Foun tain street into the house recently oc cupied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith on Alden avenue. The Ladies' Aid society of the Meth odist church will hold a meeting on Thursday afternoon in the church ves try. Supper will be served at 6:30 to which all are Invited. The social committee of theWest vllle Social and Athletic club have begun making plans for their thirty Rfcond social and dance to be given in Lenox hall on Friday evening, March. 20. Tickets are now selling. The ladles of the Vp-tn-Date club were very pleasantly entertained at ! the home cf Mrs. Lennox yesterday Hugh McDonald of Houston streot j Hfternoon. Mrs Lennox gaveread.ngs has returned from his former home in ,,le ' 'T' "u's 0 Thomaston, Maine, where he went to f1 JL tui ttend the funeral of his father, Dan- . " " "1 i street the members of the club and i their gentlonian friends -will he en- tertaind at whist by Mrs. Hoadlcy. Mrs. Wright and Mrs. Coe. There Is talk of forming a carpet bowling league among the societies In town which are not participating In the societies card tournament. The game is becoming very popular In town andome members are very eagsr to Join. It Is understood that a meeting Is soon to toe held to decide the mat ter. . hold The Farther J.lghts circle chafing diPh social Ht the Baptist church parsonage this evening. Mrs, Scofield of Philadelphia, Is a guest at "Th Elms" Fort Trumbull beach, the home of Mr. and Mrs, T. J. Falls. The Misses Ida and Helen Coars are making an extended visit at the pleas ant Guyer homestead. ANSONIA. ! The Advent cottage meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. George Hull on Fair street to-morrow evening. (Special Journal-! ourlrr e Service.) Edward Shorten was up before Judge Tucker In the city court yesterday morning on three charges, breach of the peace, ibuslve language and Intox ication. He was fined $1 on the last two charges ai J3 on the first. Shor ten could not pay his fines and was taken ever to the New Haven Jail In the afternoon to serve out the amount. BROOCHES. We are now showing a most cuiif pleto line of brooches, especially In the dainty enamel und scml-pretioiu atones. The early purchaser lias Uie best variety to choose from. AND - n.j,.-,. Strcct. NEW HtPW - CHALFONTE fl THIS I.HKDS COM PAN V. H SKAMUIS HOUSE, .- AtlnnMt City, N. J. . ' On the ocean front; every comfort. Including- seat water baths, elevator, golf, etc. . ' " 4, r : . F. P. COOK & SON. ? Haddon Hall ATLANTIC iTV, N. J. Installing SEA WATER !n all prlvats and public bathrooms; EDWARD P. BRETT, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. Sawing, Turning end Jobbing In Wood 0 All Kinds. Window anj Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Pack ing Boxes. ? PROUT STREET. Rehearsal for the cast and chorus for "A Runaway Girl will be held every evening this week. Miss Mabel Lewis of New Haven who lias been the guest of Miss Julia Hall returned home to-day. The Ladies' Auxiliary, A. O. H., met this evening and celebrated the honor of winning the voting contest at the I'. M. T. fair. They are voted the most popular society. After the meeting a whist was enjoyed and a short enter tainment program was rendered. MrPonough s orcnestr will furnish Miss Kitty McHugh nas entered the : KlvPn 1n iighton'a ' hall to-morrow employ of the Adklns Printing com-1 evening, pany in iN'ew Britain. Miss McHugh ; has been employed by the Southington1 To-morrow evenlnc (Tuesday R p. ..... ; Fisher of the Mathush Trust Vn.. of e"s' Brooklyn. N. Y.. will deliver an nddrvM ! or) "Finance'" before llie Pilgrims club To-morrow evening the Plainvllle i a' the Congregational church, forty-five players are to contest with! . "! . imnain r. -mrr ifiiirncn tft-H'iy from MifloiPtnwn, vnnn.. wnere was the Southington's at Horan'g cafe. Harmony chapter, O. K. S.. will hold a meeting In Masonic hall to-morrow evening. a guest a' tne nnci-wiiuer festivities of Wesleyan i-ollcge. a lei McDonald. The deceased leaves a widow, six sons and two daughters, ell of whom reside in Maine save Hugh McDonald. . I On Saturday evening, a number of j friends t,f Mr. and Mrs. James Clark j In Pine street, called at their hone end tendered them a surprise masque rade party. BRANFORD. Miss Maude Kelley of Atwater street is entertaining Mrs. Ethel Prince Fiske nf Schnectady, N' elded here. j I Sperlnl Jomrnnl-Coiirler ew 5ervJe. Branford. Feb. L'4. In the Branford town court this morning Thomas T. who formerly re- 1 Christian was sentenced to ninety I days imprisonment In the county Jail .. ! for giving a false alarm of fire on 1 the morning of Sunday, the 23d. The alarm was sent in as coming from I Fast Main street, and the L. A. Fiske The Bristol Streets and the South Main Streets contested for basketball honors in Tolles' hall this evening. City Clerk A. P. Kirkham had to give up his work yesterday morning with an attack of the grip. The Paugassetts pool tram will play the Fountains of this place to-night In the latter company. All members of ltislng Star lodge, Shepherd of Bethlehem, who Intend going to Waterhury this evening and visit Radiant Star lodge "of that city are to leave 011 the T o'clock car from McQuade's corner at 7 o'clock. The Wehst'T Hose company has al most completed arrangements for the holding of Its annual concert and hall In the Opera house, Friday evening of this week. MILFORD. John Camp of West street, Is con fined to hs home with a severe attack of gf ip. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Parmelee of Qulnnipiac avenue have gone to Prov idence for a stay of several days. (prrlnl JnnrnaM'niiHcr e trrvlrr.) Milford, Feb. 24.-The annual concert and dance of William Fowler council. O. V. A. M. was held In the Town Hall on Saturday evening. The hall had been elaborately decorated with flags, Saturday night in Town hall a game Bn prcsented a cheerful appearance, of 'basketball well worth seeing will be : Jerom My. banjo club of Bridge played. The Manchester National . prf- ?av R concert, and It was Guard team will play the local Inde-, muoh rnjOVed. At S:3n o'clock, the pendent team. The visitors come with j Mi,frrt Militarv band entered th good reputation and a good ndinff tbe Miller Commanderv I Iiyal Legion, nf Bridgeport. This ' ' commandery, in uniform, gave an in- The Milldale W. C. T. X'. will meet ! tere,ting drill, forming many pleasing to-morrow afternoon at the home of! and difficult evolutions, reaching the Mrs. Julia Turner. The subject will beo)imax when the emblem of the Order uur Boys, how can we do Better ; nf ritod American Workmen DERBY. tfpecln! Jeurnnl-rourler Xenn Servlre.) St. Mary's hall was well crowded last evening when the cnariiy wnisi u East Side Deroy ladies was held. Whist was enjoyed from R until 10 'o'clock, when dancing was enjoyed until 12 o'clock. Music for dancing was fur nished by Lodge's orchestra. The la dies on the committee who had charg? of the event, were as follows: Mrs. James Kennedy, Mrs. John Stokesbury, Miss Cornelius Fogarty. M'ss Lena I-odge, Miss Annl McFcc'.ey, Miss Xorah Dargon. Miss N'orah Morrison, Miss Elizabeth Grady and Miss Edna McFeetey. Nonpareil Laundry C0, (Incorporated.) HIGH-CLASS WOR.K. We do the work for the leading fam ilies and stores. 271 B:a!chley Ar., New Har;i Coin. Catering in all Its branches by skilled and experienced col.; weddings, banquets, dinners, parties, teas, etc. Good taste; good quality. Mince Pics and Plum Puddings to order. Experi enced waiters and rooks furnished. The E. J. Williams Catering Co,, 17 ELM STREET, OVEK NESBITX Fifty alallonnrr washitands In bed . chambers. " . Write for Illustrated literature.' LEEDS & LIPPINCOTT. HOTtX TKAVMOKK, Atlantic City, N. J. , ' Open Throughout the Year, A Hotel Celebrated for lts Home Com forts. TltAVMOHK HOTEL CO., -tha". O. Marquette D. S. White, Manager. . President. Hotel Dennis Atlantic City, N. J. Directly on the ocean front; with un obstructed view, la always popular In winter or, account of Its unequalled ap pointments and equipment to cars tor guests at this season of the year. Hot and cold sea water in prlvat baths. WALTER J. BV1VY. setts team will also play a series of games with the board of trade players as the Storms, the winning team last year, did at the end- of the tournament. All members of the ft. Thomas Aquinos Literary association are re quested to attend the regular monthly meeting that Is to be held In St. Mary's school library this evening at 8 o'clock. EDUCATIONAL f TweBtT-toorm Tear. , A special car will take the Derby members of the Choral club to the An-1 sonla City hall this evening where a j time Is to be given to the associate i members. Francis Kogcrs will be the entertainer of the evening. T. M. C. A. BCrLDlHO. IS3 Twp! Street. ldae Perlla Batter, Preatdeat, a very game Is expected was Announcement is made that the mar-; hook and ladder responded. It was! riage of Miss Anna Kenney of Fill-; stated the fire was at the residence of more street and John H. Augur of! Edward Rice of Fast Main street.; Quinniplac avenue will take place at Chief Hamre and others were unable St. Francis' church March 2. to locate the fire at any point and the . J firemen were dismissed. Miss E-loise Baldwin of . Lombard ; ' Hreet. will entertain the members of j The case of Thomas Cardcn. who is the Crescent Whist club this evening. ' charged with burglary, was continued work Tor l oom Mis EVan.. i-oiu. ; i nA- 1 Hose company and the Martin Burke 1 , a tflI1,' "' " ! ' I' . . - - n.v Milling. lute 10 me nan ki.t-ii. . large Mrs.. George Bliss nf Perkins street, Is ill from pneumonia. to Tuesday morning. The funeral of George M. Averill will be attended at Trinity P. E. Many friends in Pair Haven where 'church at 3 o'clock Tuesday after rhc resided for so many years, will re-noon. Deceased died suddenly at the rret to hear of the death of Mrs. Pam- residence of Mrs. George Linsley of uel K Jones at her home at Short 1 Chestnut street. Saturday morning.: Beach. Mrs. Jon3 Was the wife of a heart disease being tmr apparent cause j well known artist wo had a studio in j of death. He was sixty-nine years of j Chaps! street many years. The family age He is survived by five sons. Cnity council, O. C A. M., observed tnis evening with a program in honor fU, of Washington. Members were present ' with their ramiues. I Eugene South worth has accepted a position with Finch & Laity company. ni-mber of gjests participated in the dancing. The affair was very succcss- The Charity Whist which is to be held at the home of Mrs. Peter Keefe nt VI Garden place, to-night, promises to be very largely attended as the ad vance sale of tickets has been very large. The annual meeting of the Derhy High School Alumni association will be held in the new high school building on . boxes were auctioned off. tin hirhe' SHELTON. Special Journal-Courier Xews Service) The box soeial which shelton division. S. of T.. he'd in O. 1". A. hall last evening was very largely attended. Previous to opening the doors to the public a short business session wa held. The evening was passed very pleasantly, eaeh lady present brought a box containing lnneh for two. These MISS HJ7.EL CHADBURN, Harmonie Hall. Clnises In Social and Classic Danc ing .Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Address lie Howe Street, or 'phone 5071-M. .... . ..u... 1 r bidder securing the one ji men a M.-ri. r,m.v i '""""! which be shared with th ween, ah mcmoers are rcquesici i" be present as a social time will he passed and election of officers will take place. he wished one who 1 brought It. During the evening a fin 1 miisiral program was rendered, ant j dancing was enjoyed. ! Dr. John Ericson Heyke (U. of P.) DENTIST. 152 Temple St, - V. M. C. A. Bids. Office Hours-. S-l! S-S. Tei. 641. Miss Anna Mitt has returned to her home in New Tork city, after a short visit at the home of . her sister. Fort Trumbull beach. ! The college whlt which was eon- ! I ducted so sueeessfully .at the center: ti The Storms will try out conclusion j two week under the ausniees of 1 h-? I (jmVfJWmmtrm' this evening with the Hotchkiss Hose rarmyi rue J- j company's team le the latter' quarters j 'weclt on Third street. After to-night's round ; ! in the firemen's tournament only one ! i more round remains to be played. This J CASTOR I A For Infants &od Children. Hie Kind You Have Always Bought gaature of (2affi&&4 Miss Fannie Oatman and her broth er, formerly of Milford and now liv ing in Bridgeport. attended the dance in the To n Hall on Saturday ee-ning. The Ba?sett. the leaders in the fire men' tournament, will m"cl th Keh- round will be played on Thursday eve- j Thf, Ba,?Pt,, taswn the run m '. ning. The Baspetts have virtually won ; i,Vp win nn game from the local j the vol. Watson J. Miller trophy cup team this evening. this vear. needing only one more game! iont of the eight to do so. This com- The VXl TLiK in.h." S"";.y Mr and Mrs. Blight of Bridgeport. lMi?s Minnie Xettleton of Mifordl were the guests over Sunday cf Mr. pany Is also preparing-to give a ban-, quel in its spacious quarters on Third street to the member r the other fire ' company's teams. This banquet will , be held some night next week and will prove to be one of the moot pleasing features of the pool tournament and a 1 happy ending of the same. The Baa- ,.rn"on. The services were held at the loral t'ongregational chureh. Rev. Wil liam G. La'hrop. the pastor, officiating. ! Tbe many friends and relatives of tin? j deceased were present. be?ide a Ittv delegation from Kellogg post. G. A. R.. 1 of which he was a member, fnterinent ! took place in Oak Cliff remeterv. fn- i dertaker l,ewl of Derbv being In j charge of the funerj! arrangements. SINGERS TAKE NOTICE Leara to Bead at d Sins at Sight. After years of study and research t have completed a method of -sight, singing, conci-d -d by the best vocal ts.i-h"rs and musicians to be the best, simplest and most complete method vr devised. Anyone w hether talent ed or not -can with this system learn :3 sing r piy t sight ill the short est possible time. I guarantee, satis faction, correspondence solicited. 0. F. R0BBINS, Principal, Stodlos. t4d Chapel t TTe Campbell Ink