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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1908.
11 DEPENDABLE DINNER AND TOILET WARE. . WHEN Our large and choice variety, our modest prices and our efforts to please insure satis IN DOUBT faction. CONSULT A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St. Successor to John Itrlght A Co. illDUlunvvi but unless constantly protected aecay, uecay 10 biuw miming , ." ....,......,. -e . Annnn it nrlv O Yl A Wtll PnllllfH 1 Wo arc. naprs of mire lead and oil naint. Our work- - i i. -1 -..,M men are compciuni uuu um with good work. Let us tell you trie cost 01 good painting. MERRELS, CROSS & BEARDSLEY, Painters and Decorators, Oft ftO l-k-nnran C t.nf,f 'PVlftTlft R 5 0, UiailgV Ubivlr 1 Fine Residence. Orange Street. Large Lot and Barn. House hns I I rooms and mod crn Improvements; stenm heat; open fireplaces. BARGAIN A new, well-built, two-family house of 14 rooms, all improve ments, on large lot. Price $5,000, if sold before April first. MOORHEAD & DONNELLY, 82 C'liureh St., Jtootn 20. FOR SALE On Everltt Street., near WIiIihav Avemie, a otio-famlly house of nine rooms. House now In process of eon Hlruction. Mill Im ready for oecu ptmey September 1. Judson & Hauff, Koom 402. e02 Chaoa! St. West Haven Building Lots Prices range from $3.00 to $8.00 a front foot. tilo of, lot to suit pur chaser. H. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orango St. Good Light Depends on the Burner. Welsbach Reflex Inverted Lamps will give 00 candles of light for 1-3 of a cent per hour. THE NEW HAVEN Satoroom, 93 JEAySTAT itt 1 jjjy c Paint is Important. Good paint is as important as Are .iitoti A TiiiilrliTiiv mav nfivcr burn. - " ' " - "O J r by good paint it will surely in is Inanrnnro a pn.lrisfc n1.nwna vnn pnvinViIrt o AVI en a4 An fr. liuaigco icaBvimuiu, wuuig.i,.i. wv. REALESJATE. 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. A two-family house having flvo rooms on each Poor, with all Improve ments, Including steam boat, and rent ing for (12 per month. Situated on Uoselte ttrcrt. Price, Low to n Quirk lltiyrr, $1,000. Money to lonn In sums to suit. " L. G. H0ADLEY, Room 215, Wellington llulldlng. SO C1IIRCH STREET, OPEX KVKMXtiS. 1 FOR SALE. 1 Good liompH and lots, well lornted. ' fiOOl) und Si UK liiveMmenti. H. J. STEVENS, Hlrt I'hnjMi Mreet ur 00 (.rnnd Auimic, FOR SALE. A desirable one family hou.se. Pwlght street, south of (.'Impel. J O, PUNDERFORD, 110 CHIKCH STREET. 4 ACRES, RESIDENCE, $3,500 Hare purchase for someone. Ilenn tlful residence, I) rooms, I acres of land. Everythlnic In fine condition. Exceptional opportunity. Only $8,500. Call or write for particulars. P.ooin 202, Exchange Itulldlug. Tolfphone 6249-3. W. I', filllfttp, rr. Thus. .', CnnnlfT, V. Pnst. G. W. V. Olllrtlp, Srr-TTPIH. me Gillette Construction C0, General Contractors and Builders. 213 Mullry IIIiIr., 002 Impel St. TOlpphono 3793. CHAPEL STREET 4$$ KEFLEX INVERTED GAS LAMPS Maintenance. Lamps cleaned and put in good order every month one lamp, 15 cents; two lamps, 25 cents. Ten cents for each addi tional lamp, A discount for advance payment. GAS LIGHT CO. Crown Street. DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Office of the Town Clerk. The following papers wort: filed tho town dork's oirioe yesterday: Quit Claims. F. Wheeler Reeohor to James Toole, two pieces of in ml with build ings, both on Tow nsend avenue, Anthony DoMntty to the Anthony DeMutty t'n,, land und Improvements., (iriind avenue, of) for t, Nntlotuil Savings Hank to Hrl Igot Hohon, hind, Congress avenue, 51 foot. Now Iluvon Savings Hank to Mleh aol l' Walker, land (ind buildings, 7!) Lafayette Htroot, 42 foot, Clifford 8, llleock of Woodbury, to Mary 1'!. Morslck, land and buildings, Chapel utroot, 4!T foot. Waltor I'ond to Ida L. Aldrloh, bind Rosette street, "4 fort. Atnory K. Rowland to William J. Reld, land and dwelling, Ttood street, 37 1-2 foot, Now Iluvon Savings Hank to Potlnd Vlshno, land and buildings, Slvrman avenue, 41 fi-12 feet, Hill Estate, Incorporated, to Char lotto Alonn Brown, land and build ings, Whltnoy avonuo, flo foot. Oenrge I), Watrnus, ox., to Charles and Pcllno Vlshno, Orange Htroot, 40 foot. I Mortgages. Charles and Dollno Vlshno to Now Haven Savings Hank, hind nnrl hulld ln uh, OranRo strcot, 40 foot; $4,000. Charlos and Di lino Vlshno to Now Haven pavlngst l'.ank, Hhorman vp nup, 41 5-12 foot: $2,000. Julos Waas and Knillle Wans to Oeoi'no II. Soranton, Judson avenne, 80 foot: $6r0. .lamps I'. To(do to John Moran, two pieces of land, Townsfiid avenue; $fi,000. Henry Hlsor. et ux., to Sanders W. Hart, 17 Townsend strept, 27 feet; $1.2.10. Warranty Heeds. Frank A. Corbln to I.lllie A. Coo, land and dwelling- Hwlfilit strei't, R0 foot. Sanders W. Hart to Henry lllsor, et ux., 17 Town.scnd street, 27 foot. IjIiIrI I.lni'obnrds, et al, to Kranoos oo Hrnsllla. rt ux., land 61-6S C.reeno street, 01 1-2 fr-et. Edward II. Aldrloh to Walter Pond, Rosette street, 74 foot. Morris Stolnort to Mollle Sullivan, 114 Orand avenue, Ctrand, 52 foot, 3 3-4 Inches, GoniRo H. Soranton to EiiiIIIp Waas, land Judson avenue. Michael I". Walker to Havld !r piu.l, I.afnypttP street, 42 foot. Kbone.er T. Stovi ns, to Clara Web ber, West l'rnspect stroot, SO feet. WALL STREET NOTES (Continued from Tenth TagO Now Lnn. St. Ds, 1S23.. 97 N Y.,N.I rtll.ennv. fis.MM1). 121 N. Y.N. II. & 1 1. Cons. 8 '4 s tflr.i! K5'i N. V.. X. II. & II. 4s, 11)53.. do. 3H, I9S4 N. Y. & X. K. 5s, 1945 105 N. Y. & N. F 4s, 194S... I'rov. Seeurliv 4s, 1967,.., So Shoro Line 4V4s, 1 910 97 Wor. & C. E. 1st 4V.s, 1913 l p. S7 91 '4 80 110 98 '4 Mi, 9S Mlsrrllnneou linnet. Bid. 90 100 Asked. 92 Adams Kxpri'ss 4s, 1948. iioston Klcc. Cs. 1908 Uranford L. & W. 6s. 193 In. Sllvpr 6s. Jl! In. Silver X. 11. (Jus, eon. Rs, 1923. . 103 77 114 104 14 X. II. Writer eon. 1910-15 X. H. Sower 4s, 1914 ' 94 X. H. iMty Hrldgs. 3Hs.,.. Xpwl.on. Steam (is. 1913-0 101 14 X. L. (Vis & Klee. Bs, 1927 . !S Xew Lnn. 1!. K. Ss. 1929 9 S. X. K. Tel. r.s, 1 9 IS ... . 1H4 Swift Co. 6s, 1914 S Cnll. III. 4s, 1910 85 149 95 13U 100 87 '4 Kx-dtvidend. CAPTAIN KENNEDY NAMED. Mnvor Martin Appoints Mini to Civil Service Commission. Miyor Martin has announced th appointment of ("apt. James J. Kenne dy to the place on the civil service board made vacant by tlto death of Frnnk S. Andrew. Mr. Andrew was president "f the hoard, but since Ills death tiie boird members have elected Prof. F.dwnrd H. Reed to this office. Captain Kennedy Is one of the lend ing memhers of thp KnlRhts of Colum bus In this city nn.l was formerly ft district deputy. At thn present time he Is snld to hp a candidate In that order for the office of Stite deputy and Ills iiHine will lie broimht. before the con vention to he held In May. H was nt one time n deputy collector of 'Internal revenue In this city and was for many years captain of the Snrsfleld gunrd. COMPLAINS OE OCR CONM'L, Russia Objects to Pro-Chinese Alti tude of American Agent. Rt. Petersburg, March :t . Tln Russian government Is disturbed by the altitude assumed by Fred 1. Fish er, the American eonsid at Harbin, In the matter of recognizing the Jurls- idlcllon of Russia In Manchuria. Mr. ; Fisher Insists that Chinese Hoverelgn ' ty In Mnnehurln Is supremo, nnd, fur ' thermore, he has supported the pro tost of China ngnlnst th establish ' ment by Russia, of municipalities In 1 the railroad one nt Harbin and Chnllnr Independent of the Chinese government. Ills attitude In this Uus-so-Chliioso cllllleulty hns prompted ! Russia to seek an explanation of bis course both nt the American embassy here nnd In Washington. CONXECTICIT STARTS NORTH. Wflshlnglon, March 31. The navy deportment In-dnv received a wlrelens dlspntelt from Admiral Kvans station Hint the battleship Connecticut 'pft Ma.grbilPtia hay yesterday nnd was due to arrive at Sun l)eo to-morrnw night, Admiral Kvans Is coining north, as pre. vlously nnnniineert. to receive treatment nt the mineral hoi springs near San Luis Obispo. Cal. The Connecticut wllj return to Klsgdnlemi bay and later eonie north with Ihe fleet, JACKSON MAY OI'EER DEFENSE, New York. March 31,--Judge Foster to-day decided llinl the evidence la ken by the grand Jury which nvesllgaled I Hie eomiuet of state Attorney lienor1!! : Will lii in S. Jackson In the case of the I receivership of the Hinillton Imnk will not he transmitted tf ((overnor Hughes and the legislator until Mr. Jackson has had s chance to be, heard la op- position to U meet me face to face. II B old wool an of B There was an Leeds spcnl nil of good deeds. She said to her friend, ''If you've money to speiuf, io to .Tim he'll tnlie care, Of your needs," yorns. DISBROW HE SEM.S HATS. Also NEW KPHIXfi SHIHTS, somo dandles In tfio 'Chiett" ("out, at $1.50 EACH. Corner Church nnd Center Sts. iwiLi.flWimc:1iMiMu.jm EDWARD P. BRETT, BlIlOtElC AXD COM'KACTOK. Rawing, Turning and Jobbing In Wood of Atl Kinds. Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Pack ing Boxes. 7 TROUT STREET. MY HIT ATTORXEVS. Xoxv Court Rule Comixds Them to Comply With All Court Orders. Lawyers who have boon dellnqupnt In the past heeause of short memo ries, lack of system, or for some other rnuso, will (Ind the new court rule re garding the entering of Judgment In cusps where orders of court are not compiled with a serious matter. It Is one of the best rules, In some re speets, that has been made by the Judges In some time. It will be en forced beginning with thn April ses sion. The rule referred to Instructs clerks, without any further notice or order of court, to enter up Judgment against the' party who falls 10 comply with any order of court or motions, or where the pleadings have not been died on time. These rases rnnnot be. reopened except at the discretion of the court nnd for good ond sufficient reason, no matter what agrppmpnts have bpeii entered Into by counsel, If they have not bopn sanctioned by the court. EXPLOSION IX.ll RES WOMEN. Wnterbnck In Range Causes Trouble In Spring Street, My the explosion of the "water linelt" In n rim ice nt the homo of Mrs. James McCabe at 250 Spring street, yesterday morning, which fired the building nnd caused the calling out of the department, Mrs. Thomas ley. nobis of llnniden, sister of Mrs, Me Cnbe, nnd Mr. McCube's mother were painfully Injured by Hying pieces of metal. The stove WHS blown to pieces parts of It becoming Imbedded In the celling nnd walls. The house cauKht fire nnd box 112 was pulled. The two women .vero still In the house when the firemen arrived and the new "llrst nld in 'dical j outfits" which wore Installed by Chief Fnnehcr a short time njro were used j In dressing their Injuries for the llrst 1 time. , The lire was (uickty put out nnd the women were later treated by Dr. Traoey. HELD I'XDEIt $10,000 HAIL. Wiitcrbiirylnn Charged With Recent Assault WIM Try i-i Prove Alibi. Wiiterbury, Mnroh 31. Frank Chs sldny was held this morning by the city court for Ihe superior court un der bull of $10,000 for an alleged ns siiiilt upon (leiievleve Carlson In Pine drove, this city, lust Thursday after noon. Cnssldv denied the charge and snld he was Hi 11 farm house In Mld dlebury on the day of the sssault. He produced the names of n number of witnesses which he said he wauled In court, hui nfler the girl had Identi fied him for the second time the court found probable cause nnd held Iilir5 for the high court, Ry s ruling of the court, the newspnpers were wnrned not to print the mimes of the wit nesses which Cassldy desired sub poenaed. XORTOX I.ETH IIEAR1NO. Hartford Company's President Asks That Injunction he Dissolved. Portland, Ale., March 31. A honrltm on the motion of Linsn TI. Norton of Hartford, Conn,, president nnd treasurer of the Xnllonnl Mercantile company, to dissolve the Injunction which Cnrdenlo r. King of Hoston, secured several weeks ago ngalnsl his pompnny, was given by Associate Justice I'enhndy of the supreme eonrt. n-day. The motion also Included Hip discharge of the re eelver appointed February II nnd the dismissal of thn hill In equity. The hearing was continued until Saturday Hint additional evidence may be secur ed In Conneetleul. 4'LAIM IIEtil X At, .INST ROOT. Hrlstol, March ill, The hearing on the claim of John Hcrkln of llntte, Mont., against the estate nf the late Charles 11, Hoot, was begun hero to day before Commissioners Roach of Ibis city and Hyde of Harlford. Tho claim Is for $00,noo, which Mr. Her kins claims Mr, Knot owed him flt j the time nf his death, this amount j being Hip proceeds due him from a j mining transaction. Mr, Root was killed In an automobile accident last 'tfurunicr. 1 lior tlmo In H Invest Onu cont a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for govern thnos. IIEI.I' WAXTED Competent girl for general' housework. Apply 244 Orand Avenup. m31 St IIEI.I' WAXTED Girls to sell house keepers' account books at twenly flvo cphIs each. Handsome premiums free. Geo, B. Woolson & Co,, Orango and Elm Sts. m2B 7t HELP WAXTED Competent second girl to go home nights. Miss M. In gersoll, 14 Lincoln St. m80 3t FOR RENT. One rent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. , FOR REM" Two Ave room flats; all Improvements, $16.00 and $18.00; Also store, Inquire No. 8 Willow St., rorner Cedar Hill Ave. x m31 7t I'OR REXT Summer home for rent. A furnished house with four acres of land in a small vlllago In Vermont will be let on reasonable terms for the summer. Inquire personally or by 'phone of J. W. Seaver, 25 Lynwood Place. m28 7t i ANNOUNCEMENTS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. AXXOfXCEM EXT Sleemun's Relia ble Employment Agency, 763 Chapel St., estalllshcd 20 years. Largest, best I: the State. Host male and female help for any and all kinds oi work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Tel. 2322 OTIMJTJCE NISW HAVI0N TAXKS AND WKST V1LLK SCHOOL DISTRICT TAXKS. Thn hubsrrlbrr elves notice to all per sorts liable for taxes In Xow Raven on 19u7 last and payable April 1, 1908, for the city and Westvlllo school district. that he will commence to receive taxes on said llstu on April 1, 1908, at his olllce, Xo. 8, City Hall, Church street. Regular office hours, 9 a. 111. to 4 p. m., Saturdays 11 a. 111. to 1 p. m. FRANCIS O. ANTHONY, Collector of Above Named Taxes. New Haven, Conn, m9 21t The Committee on Claims of the Hoard ut Aldermen will hold a public liesrliiK In Koom 13, City Hall, Frlilny, April ;i, I90X, for Hip consideration ot the following petitions: Petition 01 Frank Fast. Walter M. H.'illey. Raymond Morlarlty, Jennie Vellhrunt, and Anthony Carroll for (Inmnges. All persons Interested sre hPreby no. tided to ho present and he heard thorc on without further notice. per order PATRICK J. COLLINS, Chairman. Attest: MICHAKL MORAX, JR.. al 3t Assistant City Clerk. The Committee of Retrenchment and RefoiTo nt'the Hoard of AUlernion will hold n public he.it lug In Room 13, City Hall. Thursday. April 18, nt 8 p. m., for the consideration of the following: Petition of Anthony Carroll regard ing the annual report of tho Civil Ser vice Hoard. ' All persons Interested nre hPreby no tilled to be present and he heard there on without further notice. Per order H K ft N K A. RCSSF.LU Chairman. Attest: MICHAKL A. MORAS, JR., ni313t Assistant City Clerk. The Special Committee )e Condem nation of lnnd will hold a public hear ing Friday, April 3, 19.18. In Room 10-11, at 8 p." m.. for the consideration of the petition of the New Haven Park Commission for condemnation prnceed Iiirs of land Inteded for an addition to West Rock Park. All persons Interested are hereby no tilled to be present and be heard there on without further notice. Per order WILLIAM MARIXlWK. Chairman. Attest: MICHAEL A. MORA X, JR., nt flt Assistant City Clerk. Booklovers Take Notice A Clearance Sale of Fine Editions of v Standard Authors at Greatly reduced prices List on Application EDWIN C. HILL COMPANY Publisher sad Importers 43T Fifth Avenne, New York. 4.- I'OSTOFFTCK (iOXE. Ml. Cnrmel Oflloo Went. Out of Com mission Last Night. With the closing hour Inst night, the postollloe at Mt. Canno! went out of commission, and Judge Willis M. Conk, the postmaster, was minus a government appointment. The local poHtottlen has been III existence ,for a period of over twelve years, and dur ing that time thn officials connected with It have served the public: faith fully and well, Since the Introduc tion of the nirnl free delivery system, business at the office has steadily de creased nnd recently the government gave notice of Its dlsenntlnuHnen. The. olllce bus practically been closed since October 12. Hut It wns not until lust night that It ceased to have an iillli lal existence. The postmaster yesterday sent the key to Washington, the lrinll bags to Now York, poHtottlen funds to the of lloe In Bridgeport, and disposed of all the paraphernalia us required by the government ONE CENT A WORD. Classified Advertisements. Your Pennies and Watch Results. JLPJJfW One rent a word tor each Insertion, or live cents a ,word for seven times. WANTED FOR V. S. ARMY-rAblo bodied unmarried men, between 21 and 35; citizens of tho United States; of good clmrr.ttor and temperate hab its, who ui-.n speak, read und wrlto English. Apply Recruiting Ofilcor, 890 Chapel ''treat, New lUvcn; 750 Main street, Hartford; 1022 Main street, Bridgeport; 198 Dunk street, Wutor- bury. J19 tf HELP WANTED Color vamlshcra und men for tho color room, Only thoso who arc llrst class workmen with experience on uutomobllcs qr carriages need apply. Tope Mfg, Co., Hartford, Conn. al iit Ti ELP V A XTED-l made $50,000 in fh-j years In the mall order busi ness and began with only a few dol lars. There are unusual opportuni ties for making money to-day, and It Is not difficult to begin. If you have even small capital and want to start a mall order business of your own, send for my free booklet. It tells how to muko money; Address, Publisher, Tho Mall Order World, Box 1074, Lockport, N. Y. j mlltf HELP WANT ED -1 1 0 n kl llonkT Honk! Look sharp to your interest Now Is the tlmo for young men to learn the auto business. A thorough knowledge of your machlno and how to repair when required Is what wo teach you. Open evon.ngs. Now Eng land Auto School, 73 Rroadway. 08 tf one cent u word fur each HiBciclon, or five cents a word for seven times. EIReLess COOKEitS Every house keeper wants one. Let us mall you booklet containing full description, cooking recipes and testimonials from people that are using them. Folding Mattress Co., New Haven Agents. 'Phone 1492. LEGAL NOTICES. District of Xcwr Haven, ss. Probate Court, March 28, 1908. EPTATK OF MARY AXHRI5WS. into ot Orange, In said District, deceased. The Kxecutrlx having exhibited hor administration account with said es tate to this Court for allowunce, It Is ORDERED. That the first day of April, 19uS, at ten 0 clock In tho fore noon, at a Court of Probate t" be held at New Haven, in said District. bo nppninled for n hearing on the allowance of snld account, and that no tice ot the time and place of said hear Ing be given by publishing this order In somo nrwspnpcr having a circulation in said nistrict. By tho Court. JOHN 1 G1USON. ni3l It Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, March 30, 1908. ESTATE OF FREDERICK 11, IIOAD LKY. late of Xow Havcii, In said District, df ceased. C. Hart Merrlam, of Washington, D. C. a Trustee, having exhibited his ad ministration account with, said estato to tnis conn lor allowance, 11 is OR PER ED, Thai tho lit h day of April 1908, nt ten o'clock In the forenoon, nt a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven. In said District, he appointed for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and Hint notice of the tlmo ond place of said hearing be given by publishing this order three times In somo newspaper having a circulation In snld Ptstrlel. By the Court. JOHN L. OIIJ50N, m3l 3t Clerk District of New Raven, ss. Probalo Court, March 28. 1808. ESTATE OF ELLEN HALHIER. Iste of New Haven, In said District, deceivs ed. The Court of rrohnte for the District of New Haven hath limited and up pointed six months from the date here of for the creditors of said deceased to bring In their claims against said estate. Those who neglect lo exhibit their claims within said time will b) debnrred. All persons Indebted to said estate sre requested to make Immediate, pay ment to HERMAN C. T1ALTMER, m3I .It Administrator. TAX EDDY TRrsTEK PROPERTY. Concord, N. H., March 31. The board nf assessors of this city to-day de rided to tax for the year 1907 the prop erty of Mrs. Mary linker (1. Eddy, the Christian Science leader, held by tho three trustee to whom she transferred n goodly part of her estate during the litigation which surrounded her a yesr ngo or more. It was decided also 10 lax thn properly held In trust for the benefit of Mrs, Eddy's son, tlenrgo V. (Hover of l-nd, 8. D. Cold Weather Here Yet u "K O A L" , W. F. GILBERT & CO., 65 Church St. Opp. P. 0. The Chatfleld Paper Co. Most complete line of Paper and Twine in State HIS SUITES' VOICC" FULL LINE OF TALK I. Mi MACHIXKS VICTOR AND EDISON And Complcle Assortment of Records for Roth. All lending makes of (inns nnd Rifles Winchester, Mnrllti, Remington, Parker, Lcfevcr, linker, Itlmcn, Stevens mill other well-known makes. J. E. BASSETT. The Gun Store, 5 Church St. SITOATIOI One cent a. word tor each Insertion, or flvo cents n word for seven times. SITPATIOX WAXTED As cook; also laundress. Best city reference. 458 W'aslngton Ave. m31 2t SITVATIOX WAXTED Lady book keeper desires position; office work; moderate salary. Address Reliable, This Office. m23 7t SITUATIOi One cent a word for each insertion. . or flvo cents a word for seven times. SITUATIOV WAXTED The rcfusa of college plants, u rover of many,' lands, lazy, but lii the,prlnw of life, mismanaged a business and would Ilka ' to ruin another, or act as secretary , to a person or corporation; would j travel In America or abroad. Last 1 salary $5,000 per annum, but would accept more If offered. Address, "Ed-j ltorlal." m28 6t 1 FOR SALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FOR SALE Second hand store and office fixtures: also tables, chairs. etc. Jos. E. Aherh, 4 Pitkin Lane. , m313B FOR SALE Boot black stand and' Ahem, 4 Pltkla m31 36! chair. Jos. E. Lane. -1 FOR SALE Piano, mahogany, up-, right, only $80, with stool and scarf. ; Will take $5.00 monthly. Address, Francis, Courier Office. ' m27 2t One cent a word for eacn insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. Al'CTIOX SAIjE Mallory's' Auction rooms, 748 State St. (near Bradley) . sells Wednesday, 10 a. m., very nlco goods. 'Rolltop and flat top desks,' hall stands, parlor furniture, muslo cabinets, sideboard, dining tables, Morris chair, couch, rockers, easy chairs, tables, chiffonier, bureaus, Iron bedstead, folding beds, chamber fi'irnltiirp. flna earuets. matting, rugs. refrigerators, ice oox, gou sucks, jhu- tures, banjo, show case, chlnaware, etc. Be on hand. R. B. Mallory. al It ACCTIOX SALE R. B. Mallory, Auc tioneer and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel. 'Phone 2360. Residence 107 York. 'Phone 1056-2. Household sales a specialty. AlCTIO.V SALE Mallory's Auction rooms, 748 State St. Next sale Wed nesday. Consignments from the best families In the city. Tuesday evening, Wednesday morning papers. R. B. Mallory. 1 m30 2t WANTED. One cent a word for each insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. WANTED Jones' Select Employment Agency, 22 Church street. Telephone 1401-12. Connecticut's Larges. Agency; 1 male and female help supplied for mcrcuntllo and domestic service for nn.r n.wl nil lt.,.1u nt tirn.1. Ban. n n r ..... Hi.v. u.4 jl .tv. n wufc oil where. Open evenings. WAXTED All good .ielp should call here. Wo supply all tho best places and always need large numbers. Slee man's Reliable Employment Agency, 763 Chapel. Operv evenings. ml4 tf DUCATJON One cent a word tor eacn Insertion, or Ave cents a woid for seven times. EIH'CATIOXAL Outdoor sketching In color or black and white. Wanted pupils to Join present class or maka up separate classes. ' T. R. Walte, 7L' Kensington Street. m81 tf EDCCATIONAL Mr. Frederick Weld will engage the services of a limited number of good singers for a chorus choir. Voices tried at 139 Orange Street 1 EVERYTHING In This Line Even the Dog