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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1908.
News of Mgliboring' Places turn to Fort Trumbull B avch for sev eral weeks. FAIR HAYEN NEWS Second Day of Rejoicing To day Many Whist Club Prizes. is 4, N. e. o. p., Twenty tables Mil be occupied and towese lodge, No. handsome prizes awarded. The ladies Tuesday evening. are working hard to raise funds for the needy poor. The Comfortable society of the Con- i I gregational church met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. C. F. Bradley of To-day is to be observed in the East Pearl street M. E. Church as a second day of rejoicing. It will be remember ed that during the recent Chapman ,campalgn in this city, one day was set 'apart as a day of rejoicing and Kcv. E. C. Tullar has arranged for another somewhat similar occasion. Theie w ill be a praise and prayer ser vice at the East Pearl street M. E. church this morning at 9 o'clock. The workers, two and three to a street, w ill go out and make calls on all the members of the church and congrega tion on each street and it is intended that the families connected with the church, as far as possible, shall re ceive calls. In the evening at 7 o' clock the members of the official board twenty-two in number, are to meet at the store of H. W. Crawford & Sons, and proceed In a body to the home of Frederick Mansfield an aged member of the church. Wives of members will also go along, as far as possible. To morrow Is Mr. Mansfield's eighty-third birthday and the officers of the church wish to call the evening before and congratulate him. One of the pleasant features ior the day of rejoicing planned by the pastor of the church, will be the distribution of 900 carnations. When the workers visit the homes, they will present a handsome card with a carnation at tached. There are 4S6 houses to b visited and during the morning, Mr. Tullar will visit the two hospitals and leave a carnation an 1 a card with each Inmate. One Fide of the card reads as follows: "Rejoice In the Lord Always." "Ever Interested in your welfare, from the East Pearl Street M. E. church. New Haven Conn. Day of Rejoicing. Feb. 28, 1908." On. the. other side of the card is the following: "The Blood of Jesus Christ C'leanseth from all Sin." When ipon life's billows you are tem pest tossed When you are discouraged, thinking all is lost; Count your many blessings, name them ono by one, And It will surprise you what the Lord has done. Are yon ever burdened with a load of j car? Does the cross seem heavy you, are called to bear? ' Count your many blessings, every .. doubt will fly And you Will be singing as the days go by. . v "Him that cometh unto me I will in 'no wise cast out.'.' . Despite the storm, there was a good ly congregation at the East Pearl street M. E. church on Wednesday eve ning at the preaching service. It was expected that Rev. Francis T. Brown of the First M. E. church would preach but in his absence, the sermon w as de livered by Rev. E. C. Tullar. Last evening Rev. W. H. Kidd of Trinity M. E. church was the preacher and thns evening there will be an old fash ioned love feast. Main street. Charles White is quits ill at hi3 home on Rogers street and a trained nurse is in attendance. Several from the center attended the dance given by the Short Beach orchestra at the bowling hall In that village this evening. Beginning on May 1, Frank Smith of Quinnlplac avenue Is to be the tenor soloist at Calvary Baptist church. Mr. Smith Is now 6lnglng at Davenport church. Miss Jessie Knapp gave several reci tations at a charitable ? ntertaininent given In New Haven Wednesday evening. The Wilford avenue whist club met Tuesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Pond. Miss Mary Hart of Farren avenue is visiting In Morristown, N. J. j It is expected that the third degree A requiem high mass for the late i b conferred on one candidate at Mrs. Julia Fttzslmmons was celebrated 'he regular meeting of Widow's at St. Francis rhnrv-h vesterdav morn- a" 'S. o. ot, A. r. ana A. M. lng. The second "ladies' night" of the season was, held at the armory this evening. An interesting program of entertainment was rendered, after which the floor was cleared for dancing. At the weekly prayer meeting at the East Haven Congregational church this evening, there will be a prepar atory service for those who are to unte with the church on Sunday. The order from the railroad com emlssioners regarding the disconu ance of the Cedar Hill station, states that the railroad is to build another station In the vicinity. It will be re membered that the station Is to be re moved to allow the extension of Hum phrey street across the site. The Crescent Social club will initiate three candidates this evening. BRANFORD. (Kperial Jouraal-Cotirler Ji'ewa Serrlee.) Branford, Feb. 2'. Arrangements for the full dress reception and ball which Eldorado council, No. 10, K. of C, will give In Music hall Friday evening are now practically complete, and. the affair promises to eclipse even that of last year, which by common consent was given first rank among ! the events of the social season In ! Branford. It. is expected that John P. Pero, who spent a few hours here earlier In ths week, will return to Branford and spend Sunday with fiends In this place. Despite the very unfavorable weath er,, several whist clubs had their so cial gatherings 'Wednesday evening. IAt th meeting of the Acme Whist club held in the afternoon, prizes were won by -Mra. Rondeau and Mrs. Dix on. At the' whist meet of Pe.rserver ance council, D. of L.. prizes were won by Mrs. James Clark, Mrs. Kuhn snd Mrs.. Smith. This afternoon the La-dies Members of Montowepe 'lodge. No. 184, N. E. O. P., will hold an es pecially interesting meeting at their lodire room at Pythian hall on the of the Golden-Eagle will hold a whist ! evening of Tuesday, March party In the A. O. U. hall. One of the The Battery defeated the strong basketball team of the Naval 'Re serves of New Haven at the armory Wednesday evening by score of 29 to 14. The last half of the game was fast and furious. The Twentieth Century Whist club meets Friday afternoon with Mrs. Edmund Zacher of Main street. large w hist meets which is being ar ranged Is that of St. Anthony's guild, w hich will meet next Tuesday evening at the home of' Mrs. John W. Qtiinn, Grand nvenue. A matinee whist will too given by the Ladles' Auxiliary of the Quinnlplac Hose and Ladder Co., for the benefit of the City Relief fund, In the engine house ''on. Grand avenue, Tuesday , afternoon, March 10.. The committee i.i charge consists of Mrs. Jacob Frollch, chairlady. Mrs. E. M. Allen, Mrs. Hobart Howard, Mrs. W. H. Hubbard. Mrs. Dw'lght Potter and Mrs. John Hotuhkiss. 4. They will receive special Invitations to be present on the above date. F. A. Granniss of Waterbury spent a few hours at his summer residence at Pine Orchard one day this week. Richard Bradley has nearly com pleted the new summer residence which Rev. W. V. MeLane, D. 1).. of Plymouth church, New Haven, Is hav ing erected at Pine Orchard. Four were elected to membership and several more applications re ceived at the regular meeting of Mon- Special Sale of Clothes Wringers On our inventory list we find an overstock of Wring ers, and to stimulate buying we have decided to have a special sale. SPECIAL SALE- EE- SPECIAL SALE- This is the biggest sacrifice on clothes wringers that was ever made in this city. We carry in stock more wringers than any other retailer, and, with our prices re duced almost one-half in many instances, we can assure you that you will never again have such a golden opportu nity. You should know that at such prices as these they will move fast, so don't neglect this SPECIAL SALE. . GRAND WRINGER. ' Hard maple frame, rubber spring, good quality rolls. Regular price 12.25. v SALE PRICE $1.49 BRIGHTON WRINGER. Regular bearings, flat steel spring, war ranted for one year. Regular price 13.pt. SALE PRICE S1.9R EASY WRINGER. Steel hall bearings, flat steel springs, with cog-j: enclosed, and war ranted. Regular price 15.00. SALE PRICE $2.75 KINGSTON WRINGER. For stationary or round tubs, metal bearings, steel spiral springs and warranted for three years, with reversible water board and 11 -inch rolls." Regular price J6.00. SALE PRICE $2.98 BICYCLE WRINGER. For stationary or round tubs, steel hall bearings and patented coil spring, with 11-inch rolls; run very easy a child can operate it. Regular price IT. no SALE PRICE $4.50 M. Walsh & Co. 956-958 STATE STREET, Near Edwards Street, and STB GRAND AVEM F. near Franklin Street. WALLINGFORD NEWS Country Club Presents Play Grange Discusses Railroads Other Items. meetings of the grange will be as fol lows: March 5. Farm Labor Question. Lecture Speaker to be announced. - Discussion, led by A. T. Henry and James Wooding. Music in charge of Mrs. George Hop son. Light refreshments committee Mrs. George Anthony, Mrs. Willis Rose, Mrs. Schuyler Ha!!. March 12. Grange in charge of younger mem bers. Master Herbert Jacob. Overseer Harry Tuttle. Lecturer Ethel O. Wilcox. Chaplain Norman -Barnes. Steward James Small. Assistant steward Harry Young. Small. Treasurer Harry Anthony. Secretary Mary Cook. Gate keeper Willie Harrison. Pomona Winifred Owen. Ores Lena Anderson. Flora Florence Harrison. Joint Social Surer. The Joint social held this evening at the T. A. B. hall by the members of Compny K and the Y. T. A. B. and L. society was a most enjoyable event. The speaker of the evening was Major John Q. Tllson of New Haven, who was the speaker of the house of represent atives In the last general assembly. During the evening remarks were also made by several local men. One of the first things on the program was the presentation of a handsome sword belt and cap to Daniel Ianouette, pres ident of the Y. M. T. A. ft. and L. so ciety by H. P. Trior. President Lan ouette in acknowledging the gift, thanked his many friends In a few well chosen words. The Wallingford grange assisted by some Yaleivllle people will present the opera 'The Merry Milkmaid,' next Tuesday evening at the Yalesvilltf town hall for the benefit of the Yales ville public library. It will be the most elaborate musical production in Yalesvllle. A very successful dance was given this evening at Ieighton s hall by tin; Colombo Italian society of the borough. (Snerlal Jntirnal-Courlrr Xewi Srrvlre., Wallingford. Feb. 27.-From the rise of the curtain in the first act to the finale in the last act "A Runaway Girl" as presented this evening at the Opera house, by the Wallingford Country club was a grand success. Judging by the fervor it raised this evening, "A Runaway Girl" could draw crowded houss here Indefinitely. The piece abounds In comical situa tions and Is replete w ith bright, catchy music. The plot is formed by the c's cape or Winnifred Grey (Miss Bessie O'Connell) from her proslac boarding school and her association with a band of traveling musicians. Miss O'Con nell sang the leading role that of "The Runaway Girl" In a most pleasing manner. Her voice Is an exceptionally fine one and on every appearenee she was greeted by a great outburst of ap plause. Her duet with Guy (Frank Kelly), "No One in the World Like You," was rendered In a fine manner end they were forced to respond to a number of encores. The courier duet between Flipper (Stuart Benson) and Alice (Rena Barber) brought down the house. Their dance was cleverly executed and th3 impersonation of the Bowery two-step was a winner. The stage setting In the third act, repre senting Venice, was very handsome and a large amount of special scenery procured from New York was used to complete the picture. The songs "Sol diers In the Tark" and "Society" both sung In this act by Carmentia, (Bertha Hobson) nre good and were profusely encored, the dince executed by Mrs. Lee and Mr. Benson in the last act greatly pleased the audience and they were forced to reappear on the stage time aid time again. The work of the entire cast and chorus was of a high order. Kenneth Hubhard as "Pletro," the loader of the band of musicians w as good and his Italian di alect was prt-ff-t. C. C. Carroll as Lord Goodie also made the most out of his part and helped keep the audience In good spirits. Delegations were pres ent' from the Merlden Golf club, from Mlddletown Elks and from New Ha ven. The production w ill be repeated to-mr.rrow evening ' The cast was as follows: Winnifred Grey, "The Runaway fSirl" Miss Bessie O'Connell Carmenlta, a strolling musician, ...... Mfes Bertha Hobson Lady Coodle ..Mrs. H. I. Lee Alice Lady . Coo'dle's Maid Miss Rena Barber Dorothy Stanley, Lady Coodle's Niece Miss Bessie f-heehan Wilhelmina Miss Rosenna Grohel Miss Creel ......... ..Mrs. R. I. Foster (Her Friends.) English Girls Traveling with the foodies Miss Alice Hall. Miss Ellen Malmquist, Miss Gussle Butler, Miss ' Mabel Robinson. Lord Coodle c. C. Carroll l Guy Stanley, His Nephew Frank Kelly Flipper, a Jockey Stuart Benson Professor Tamarind ...W. H. Hapgood Signor Paloni H. H. Walker Bobby Barclay, Traveling with the Coodles Robert Wallace Tietro, Leader of Strolling Musicians K. Hubbard Boccaccio Irving Smith Dolores jn Grannls Mike Italia After the regular meeting of Mizpah chapter, No. 37, O. E. S., In the Mason ic hall this evening an invitation whiSt was held. James Ruland has purchased a plot of land from the heirs of E. H. Bald win near Walnut Beach, and when the land is cleared it will be used for a market garden. Mr. Ruland has great success in raising vegetables of all kinds. ANSONIA. (Special Jntirnnl-Courlrr Srwa Service) The funeral of the late Mrs. Robert Hoadley took plaea from her home on New street yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The funeral services which were very largely attended by the many friends and relatives of the de ceased were conducted by Rev. Otto Burtner, pastor of the Congregational church. Interment took place in Pine Grove cemetery, the pall bearers be ing A, H. Bartholomew, F. L. Gaylord, C. C. Ford, W. P. Judson, Edward Bowen and William Bowen. Under taker DeWitt Marsh of the Ansonla Furniture company had charge of the funeral arrangements. Reidy, B ' 5 ! F. O'Hara, H 35 The Storms took four straight games from the Fountains last evening, in the last round of the pool tournament.. The j players of the home team were in fine j L!ni and certainly would have had a good chance of holding the cup if they had played each round as last evening's was played. The following is the re sult of the games: Wheeler, F 5 O'Eell, S 50 j Heerey, s - o Brown, F 21 Sullivan, S 50 fc'eaberg, F -S Murphy, S. 50 Russell, F 1 The funeral of Harris Gudkin, who died Wednesday was held from his late home at the corner of Main and Col burn streets yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment took place In the Jewish cemetery In Oranse. Rubhls Koppsteln and Bernstein, of the Syna gogue Bevai Israel, conducted the ser vices at the place of interment. The funeral arrangements were in charge of Undertaker McLarney. Grand Deputy Mrs. Myla Douglass, of New London, will be present at the meeting of the Ansonia lodge. Degree of Honor thi3 evening and Install the officers. The members of Ansonia lodge, K. of P. who are to attend the funeral of the late D.tvid Roberts will meet this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Louis Stoddard and will attend the funeral in a body. MILFORD. (perlnl Jonraal-C'ourlrr tn Service.) Milford, Feb. 27. Miss Bessie Smith of Gulf street attended the ball of the Seaside club In Bridgeport on Thursday evening, with her brother, Richard Smith of that city. The ladles of Freelove Baldwin Stow chapter, D. A. It., have decided to postpone their whist parjy until some time In the near future. It was originally planned for Saturday after noon. . ' A special town meeting will be held on Saturday evening In the. town hall. It will be of importance, as action must 'be taken to provide funds to meet the payments on the new Cent ral school. It la expected that the at tendance will be very large. A magis lantern show will be given on Friday evening by Richard nryan and Walter Pluecker at the Bryan home on Prospect stree't. It Is ex pected that many friends of these, two boys will be present to enjoy the fine pictures. The physical culture class of the First church has resumed Its lessons. Owing to the painting and decoration of the parlors, which were dne last week, the class did not meet. Earl Russell of Dantntry has re turned to his home after a short visit In Milford. The Hon. Dumond P. Merwin of the Gulf, Is now at his winter home In Rockledge, Indian River, Fla. There will be a praise service In the Methodist church on Sunday even ing. The choir will have the assist ance of the Milford Military band. Miss Bessie Oviatt, who spent the past few days with the Rev. and Mrs. Sherwood Roosevelt In New York city, has returned to her home In town. The Webster Hose Co. will hold Its annual concert and ball this evening in the Opera house., A large number of out-of-town fire companies are ex pected to be represented by large del egations. The committee In charge ex pect to make this year's event (he most successful in thje history of the company. The annual meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of the First Bap tist church will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Chapel E. Carter in South Cliff street. Henry Davis, the old man who was found in Schuss' saloon In Bride street In a helpless condition Wednesday eve ning at mld-nignt, was In such a bad condition at the police station that he was removd to the Grace hospital, New Haven. Dr. C. H. Mercer, who attended Davis during Wednesday night's bad spell adlscd his removal to the hospital for proper treatment. It Is thought he will recover sufficient ly in a few days to leave the hospital. The regular weekly meeting of the Junior league will be held at 3:45 o'clock In the Methodist chapel. The Sunshine society will meet at the same hour Friday afternoon. Mrs. Daniel W. Smith of Read street Is entertaining her son. George A. Nettleton and his family of Boston, Mass.. this week. Jlrj.i J. F. Roard of Walnut Beach and her daughter are visiting her par ents in Seymour. The First and the Plymouth churches have their regular weekly prayer meetings on Friday evening at 7:45 o'clock, and the Methodist church a class meeting at 8 o'clock. A very large and 'well please! audi ence heard the Ansonia High School Glee club give Its annual concert last eenlng. The entire seating capacity of the Opera house was occupied and the event wis a complete financial as well as musical success. "The Crusa ders'' by Gade and "Fair Ellen" by Hrusch, were rendered In an exception ally pleasing and commendable man ner. The one hundred and thirty mem bers of the chorus were well balanced snd their singing was commented up on probably by every one of the large gathering present. The soloists were greeted with applause nt the conclu sion of every solo. They were Mis Retta McDonald, W. H. Joy and HenrV Haugh. Mrs. Elmer Beardsley of Stratford was the accompanist and her fine playing certainly helped the solo ists and the chorus In their good work. E. B. Hawley. supervisor of music of the public schools of the city, Is cer tainly deserving of praise for the fine way In which both pieces were render ed. The event was one of the great est suecesse-t In the history of the club. Many Derby ites will go to Newtown this morning to attend the funeral of Richard yuinn, of this place, which takes place in that town at 11 o'clock. 'Derby lodge. B. P. O. E., will send as delegates, Alfred Gray, Harry Killeeti, James Kane, Bernard Quinn. Charles Tiegler. and George Mechtersheimer. James T. Hawley, Michael fiirryt J. L. Nugent and William McCarthy will represent the Derby Aerie of Eagles at the funeral services. i t Following the business meeting of Esther lodge, S. of B., which was con cluded at 8 o'clock last evening, the doors of the hall were opened to the public and a whist and donkey social was held. A large number were pres ent and a very pleasant evening pass ed. During the evening a pleasant mus ical program was rendered and re freshments consisting of ice cream and cake were served. HOTELS AND RS?AURANTS. TEMPLE ST. HIGH-CLASS ' GERMAN RESTAURANT. Imported Beers Specialty. Bu&luess MeB't Xoon Lunch 50 Cent. HUNGARIAN GYPSY ORCHESTRA. ; A. 1. BELL ..Proprietor Hotel Garde Oppociia 3uIo Dapo. VEW SAVES. CONN. ;. Connecticut'? Largest Hotel Plnne? I2-!rI5. SO Centa. The West Side Social club will hold Its annual concert and dance in Gould armory Saturday evening. . The committee of the Y. M. C. A. who have charge of the Marach supper will meet this evening at 7:45 o'clock to perfect planB for the event. County Health Officer Hoadley visit ed all the drug stores in the city yes terday to see if the druggists were complying with the law concerning the sale and registration of sales of poisons. The Second division, A. O. H., and the Ladles' Auxiliary will give a leap year concert and dance this evening In St. Mary's hall. The committee as sures all who attend a good time. A food sale will be held in the Derby M. E. church parlors this evening un der the auspices of the Junior league. A supper will be served in the par lors of the First Congregational church this evening from 5 until 8 o'clock. HOLY X.YME ENTERTAINED. The members of St. Mary's Holy Name society gave a musical and lit erary entertainment and a social smoker last night nt Stelnert's hall, corner Court and Orange streets. COMMITTEE MEETS TO-NIGHT. The aldermanlc committee on re trenchment and reform will meet In the city hall this evening. The claims committee will also meet. Catering In all Its brandies by skilled and experienced people: weddlnRs, banquets, dinners, parties, teas, etc Good taste: rood quality. Mince Ties and IMuni ruddlngs to order. Experi enced waiters and cooks furnished. The E. J. Williams Catering Co., 17 ELM STREET, OVER NESBIT& JEWELERS. EXPERT WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING More watches arc ruined more fine pieces of Jewelry spoiled by poor I workmen than In any other way. Don't take any chance with jours. Bring It to us and we assure you prompt and thorough service and rea sonable charges. Peter Asphel, of Derby, secured the horse that was given away at the An sonia roller skating rink last evening. There were over four hundred at the rink and about one hundred couples In the grand march that was formed for the occasion. DERBY. CHURCH XU TO lSS CHUUCH tfTKEKT. RES1AUHANT. ; Luncheon. H:I0 until I o'clock. 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A Hotel Celebrated for It Home .Com forts. . ' TRAYMORE HOTEL CO., v. Chaa. O. Marquette - D. 8. White. Manager. President. JEDUjCATlOWLAjU rtrrair-tonrtn Yenr. Tk M. C. A, BVILDllia 113 Tempi Street . ' ' ' '" " ' " ' : ' Ifiney Perils Batler.' PnsMeat. MISS HAZEL CHrDBURII Harmonie Hall. : Classee In Social and Classic Danc ing Mondays, Tuesdays, Friday! and Saturdays. Address 110 Howe Street. or1 'phone 6071 -M. . - AVE BUT OLD GOLD AND SILVER. Repairing Department Specie! Jnnrnnl-Conrler Service) Derbv Aerie of Eagles held a very largely attended meeting last venlng j chanic t0 examine, regulate and Bridgeport, the state president, and Hugh Hagarty of 'Merlden, the state secretary. Roth men gave very inter esting addresses which were -well re ceived by the members present. Fol lowing the bu?ines meeting 'refresh ments were served and a pleasint so cial hour passed. The addition that has been built at .F. J. Smith ! ,ie of Theodore Bristol's office on Iliver street is to he used for the of fice of the New Haven Water company for this town. (Members of the Bandt Gendarme r. C. Riggs Gandarme n. I. Foste" The chorus composed nf peasants, villagers, etc., is made t;p a9 fol lows: Misses Ethel Merton. Grace ; Roach. Maud Latham Fli'.ihoih I Heath. Janette MrMillUn v.- r--- i Judge Hepburn Amy Chase. Emma Gaines. Eva Hatllem was atrn , . n., am. a hearing on its admittance win take We employ a SKILLED me-. repair docks. 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 Dr. John Ericson Heyka (U. of P.) DENTIST. 154 Temple 9U Y. M. C. A. Bldg. OfP.ee Hours; ; 9-12 2-5. Tel. 41. - The will of the late George w. San ford of Woodnmnt has been presented for probate and ha been admitted by The will rf niiam n!s. Amy Chase. Emma Gaines. F.va Peibel.' Ethel Norton. Julia Hall. Jane Bullis. Genevieve Roach, Frances Tarmelee; and Mrs. Edward Hall; Messrs. R. I. Foster. R, H. finff. C. C. ; Riggs. Lewis Bullis. Thomas Feers Horace Akew. F. E. Fries. Emil Goe- : tze. William Mefjee. Henry Carsley, 1 Edward Hall. Edward W. Hall, Ku- I dolph Wagner. F. E. Blake and J. W. ' Elliott. place on March 3. Talked on Rallmad. The Grange discussed a very inter- ' esting fubje,-l this evening at their meeting in Wallace Block. The topic was "Railroads Government owner ship, private ownership under govern ment super -ision. or private ownership without supervision." The talk wa led by James R. Campbell and Seth H Wiard. In addition n ti above there wer two papers upon traveling, being as follow.: "Ancient M"d-s or Trael !ne." by Mrs. R !T. Pton: "Modem Modes of Travel.' l.y Mrs W. . J?ir thotpmew. jyiP musical part pf the iriin- was in charge of H. S. Kirt- i ue program lor tae nxt two Irwin Benjamin of Naugatuck and Grovfr Erirkson of New York city have been the guests of Mrs. John W. Benjamin on I'ond street. Miss Klve Bates, the assistant prin cipal of the Milford high school, is planning to return to her home in Windham. a soon as she i well enough. Her place will be tilled by Miss Lottie Bishop of New Haven tin til she is able to rrsume teaching. Miss Bishop is a graduate of Mount Holyoke. and is highly recommended. ! The Hotchkiss Hose Co.'s team and ' the Bassetfs, the winners of the fire- i men s tournament tor tms year, moi on ; . i th former's table. last evening, in the j Watch Specialist j final round of the tournament. The ; : Bassetts scouted three out. of the four games played. Th last gme of the evening was the most interesting ana; I Rldy by winning It has th honor of j be ng the only man in the tournament j S who has played every jime and has a ' clean record. The results ar? as fol- j ! lows; Pwlft. H S : i Tracy. B 23 ' ! Spencer. B 5 ; Pcripture. H j R. M'Hf.ra. H 33 i Conway. B J9 , Old gold jewelry repaired and renovated or remodeled to mod- j em designs. Silver-plated ta- i bleware, spoons, forks and tea sets refinished and replated. CHARGES REASONABLE. Booklovers Take Notice A Clearance Sale, of Fine Editions of Standard Authors at Greatly reduced prices List on Application EDWIN C. HILL COMPANY PnMlohera and Importers 3T Ftfth Arcane, Jiew Turk. Charlie Doiierty of the Sound View. Walnut Beach, has retu-nl 'rom a trip to Ne: Britain. land. Improvements are in propres the Colonial cottage, the home of Theodore S. Faett at Fort Trumbull beach. A new bath room will be one of the improvements. Mr. Bassett is no in Camden. S. C. and will not re- , A hot beverage for break fast is desirable. If coffee tause3 trouble, drink POSTUM "There's a Reason." Monsons Jewelry Store. S57-859 Chapel St. EDWARD P. BRETT, ULlLUUt A.V1) CONTRACTOR. ! Sawing. Turning and Jobbing In i Wood ol All Kinds. Window anj Door Screens.- Cabinet Work, Pack j mg Boxes. 7 PftOCT STREET. BROOCHES. We are now sltunlng a most com plete line of brooches, especially In the dainty eiiamel and ecmi-prrclous ntvne. The early purchaser lias the variety to choose from. best 73S Chase!. Street, new haven. Ct Iivr' i a ep wis CHAPEL STREET