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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 10C3.
News FAIR HAVEN NEWS Much Baseball Talk Now Pu. neral of Captain Theodore Nelson Notes. There la considerable talk among tho Baseball fans, In regard to the local teams which will bo brought out this season, So far, thero seems to bo but little interest in forming teams, al though it is yet quite early and tho cool weather has retarded organization, Tho Strong school team, is well or ganized and has played ono game and Won; and a few minor tcamn have organized, but otherwise there l lit tle doing here. Throe years ago, the 'East Side club played good baseball and it was thought that tho team would reorganize ere this, but nothing in this line was done and it is not be lieved that any move in this direction "will bo mado this reason, so far as can be learned. What is wanted . is for some one to lead In tho work of start ing and managing a Fair Haven base ball aggregation. Dr. Doolittle who has had considerable experience In baseball ventures, when nskod about tho chances of organizing a good rep resentative Fair Haven team, said: "If I had tho time I would like no thing bettor than to organize a base ball team in Fair Haven tills season. There is good material over here and this section could undoubtedly main tain a smart aggregation. But I have not the time to give to it. All It wants is for some ono to go ahead and make a break. In my opinion Fair Haven could put a good ball team in tho Held, for there Is material enough over hero. If it was not for my business which takes so much of my time, I would like to organize a team right well." The funeral of Captain Theodore Nel son, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson of 84 Front street was largely attend ed at tho East Pearl Street M. E. church of which ho was a member yes terday afternoon. The pastor, Rev. E. C. Tullar officiated and paid a well ,' merited tribute to the deceased. A quartet consisting of the Misses Daisy and Edith Dcnnon, Dnring Burn-ell and William Parker, sang, "Lead Kindly Light." and "Abide With Me." There was a profusion of beautiful floral tributes. A cluster of 21 roses repre senting his age, was Kent from friends in Providence, where he formerly boarded. The Ladles' Aid society sent a cluster of Easter lilies. Interment was In Fair Haven remptery. Yesterday was the Tilth birth an niversary of Mrs. Lyman Bradley, who reslden with her daughter, Mrs. John K. Smltn, S3 ricrpont street. In the evening from 7:30 to 10 o'clock, minv friends from the Methodist church of which she has been a mom- - TTk - . . . . . Tier ror years ano oiners oi me i,nairs Quaud society, called and extended their Cir . . .. congratulation. Rev. E. C. Tullnr. pastor of the East Pearl Street M. E. church Is attending the New York Kast conference which fccglns Its sessions at the Hanson Place church, Brooklyn, to-day. Frank .1. Mansfield Is the delegate from the Fair Haven church. The open rirs of the Connecticut company which have been stored on the old Shore Lino tracks near Ferry street since last f nil, have been run Into the barns, and come of the short tmx-ears which ' are not now In use, were run out In their place. The sum mer cars will not be overhauled and piit in flrsj class condition for the sea Jon which will open soon. The degree team of Fort Hale lodge of Fair Haven received much praise for the excellent manner In which they conferred the degrees on the 2S can didates which took the class Initiation Into the New England Order of Protec tion at Warner hull, Monday evening. Many from Fair Haven were present. Paring the latter part of the week, Patrick McC'Hrten, the well known let ter carrier, will resume his route In the Fourteenth wnrd, after an absence of three months by reason of severe Ill ness. Junes F. McKeon, a substitute carrier, has been serving the route. Mrs. L. P. Mallory of Fair Haven Heights Is entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Bradley of North Haven. After a week's stay In Hartford vis iting friends .Mrs. Ida Ferris has re turned to her home In Qulnnlplac ave nue. Two new fire gongs have been In stalled In Strong school, one In the second story and one on tho third floor end they are arranged so that botli ring at once. A few evening ago 30 couples made surprise call upon Elmer Trait of Foxon street. There were games and dancing and selections by the Qulnnl plac quartet. Company E, Senior Loyal Temper ance Legion, held their regular week ly meeting for study and business on londay evening. The meeting was MALE'S The Old Standby By its time-tested merits, its uniform success, prompt ac tion and clean taste, Hale's Honev of I lor ehotindandTar has uecome the standard remedy of its kind Recom mended as a safe, simple and effective remedy For Coughs & Colds All PrucjjIiH HONEY o! Horebound and Tar Plke'a Toothache Drops Cure In One Minute presided over by Mr. Gcorgo P. Han son, tho president, 'Reports wen; read by the different committees, and plans marked out for Hie future, for during tlie past week applications for nio.ni bernlilp have been received by tho su perintendent of tho Legion. The Young Ladles' Mission circle of tho Grand Avenue Congregational church will hold a parcel party at tho homo of Mrs. C. T. Foster of 25 At wa ter street this evening. Parcels will bo sold at auction and Ice cream will be for sale. Musical selections will also aid In making the affair a most inter esting one. The friends of Augustus Palmer, who has been very 111 ut tho homo of his son-in-law, William F. Hubbard, In Lenox street will bo pleased to know that ho la steadily Improving. Edward B. Rowc of the Heights Is In 'New York on a business trip. IESTYILLE. Rev. J. Frederick Sexton, roetqr of St. James' church, will preach this evening, In Trinity church, at llristol, Conn. Charles Reed of Fitch street, who has been very 111 with pneumonia, is much Improved and Is now. ablo to sit up. Rev. W. E. Staght of the Methodist church will leave to-day to attend the conference now being held in Brook lyn. There will bo preaching servico or Sunday school, Sunday, on ac count of tho absence of Mr. Slnght. Men are now at work repairing the outer doors of St. James' church, so that they will swing out Instead of in as In the pastj. The Inner' doors al reudy swing out and It Is felt that af ter the outer doors are fixed that tho church will bo In first class condition In case of fire. Clifford Austin of Wlialley avenue, who Is 111 at the New Haven hospital with bronchial pneumonia, has passed the crisis and is slowly improving, The bouse and land on Forest street, formerly owned by Mr. Smith of New Haven, lias been purchased by Mrs. .1. M. (irclst, who will make extensive repairs to the bouse. The present oc cupants will remove from thero to day. Friends will be glad to learn that Willis L. Isbell Is nble to walk out of doors with the assistance of a cane, Mr. Ishoil contracted a severe cold nt the Yale Princeton football game last fell and has been confined to tho house all winter. The boys' brigade of the Congrega tional church, tinder the direction of Captain Frank Fowler, held a success ful out-of-doors drill on Monday eve ning. BRANFORD. (Special .lournnl-t'ourlrr Ker Service.) Br.mford, March 31. It was with a feeling of genuine regret to-day that the people of St. Mary's R. C. parish and other residents of Branford, learn ed of the transfer of Rev, John L. Mi'. fiiiinness to the pistorjite of a parish In Litchfield county. Father McOtiln ness has been curate In St. Mary's parish for a period of about six years and has won the esteem of the entire community. With the feeling 'of regret Is mingled congratulations on the well merited promotion of Father MeOuln nes. Hon. A. M. Young of Pine Orchard Is recovering from his recent Illness. The guild of Trinity parish meets Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Shcp ard of Branford Point. The fifth gam of the Battery-Home club series, Monday evening, resulted In a win for the1 former by a mnrgln of 24 points, giving them a le.id of 10 points up to dale, Mrs. George V. Barhydt, wife of the rector of Trinity parish, Is spending a few days In New York city. Mrs. Andrew Corcoran, who was tho guest of friends In Branford, has re turned to her home In New Britain. The second degree will be exemplified on several candidates at the regular meeting of Widows' Sons' lodge, No. (10, A. F. and A. M., Wednesday even ing. At the regular meeting of Woodland lodge, No. 39. Iv. of P., Monday even ing It was decided to bold an Informal reception next Monday evening, to which every member has the privilege of Inviting a friend; music will be one of the features of the meeting, and re freshments will be served. Devotions consisting of the rosary and benediction with sermon were said in St. Mury's church Tuesday evening. The regular monthly meeting of the Branford board of education will be held Thursday evening. The Short Beach chnpel workers will serve n supper at the residence' of Mrs. KtlUmi Wednesday evening. The Mlzps.h circle of the Baptist church hold their weekly meeting Wed nesday evening with Miss Ethel Moore of Hopson avenue. Supper will bo served. SOUTHINGTON, (Special .loiirniil-( iiiiiirr Nc Service.) rlotithlngton, March 111. Early this morning two places In town -vcro burglarized. The candy store owned by Frederick Ellis ut Dlckorman's Corners whs entered, entrance having been effecte d through a west window. The whole place was ransacked and 20 in cuan ,wuu tituleu. Tho Imrglura PlflCCS also carried off two slot machines, ono of them being found north of tho Dickermnn homo this morning. Tho burglars then camo north to Southlngton where they entered tho meat market of James J.)e Fubis, Entrunco was effected hero through a rear door ufter they hail attempted to enter through tho windows on the cast side. They carried tho cash reg ister which weighs nearly 175 pounds, out In tho back yard and rilled It. A desk also was opened and about $5 was taken. A few hams were gono and this tho otllcers think Is sutticlent reason to consider It tho work of locals, Oifluer Timothy Foley is on tho case, but no clue has yet been found. There was a very exciting game of cards In Red Men's hall last -light, between the Knights of Columbus and I. O. R. AI card teams. The ?amo was a very close and exciting one and was finally won by the Knights by a score of 6 to 4. If tho A. O. 11. card team wins the next two games from the Red Men they will bo tho ch. im pious. Other first honors will jo to tho Red Men. Frank ROurke, who suffered con vulsions curly yesterday morning, re gained consciousness last evening, lie will be taken to St. Francis' hospital in Hartford, for treatment. To-morrow night tho Plantsvlllo Baptist church will hold lis annual meeting. Clifton I. Stone Is attending the New York East conference which Is being held In New York. He Is dele gate from the local church. There will be a meeting of the Plantsvlllo Congregational society, to morrow evening to extend a call to the pastor of the church to Rev. John Focbt In conjunction with tho :om mlttee from the church. Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Barnes left to day for Halland Island, for an extend ed visit with their son, Dr. Harry Barnes. Unity council has received an Invi tation from Excelsior council, Water bury, to be present at thji degree work April 1. Matthew ITornn defeated Joseph Emmonds In the pool tournament at Horan's cafe last evening In a one sided game, the score being !)0 to K0. To-night Brooks and Maynard con tests. The Sotithlngtnn W. C. T. U. will hold Its meeting, Friday, at tho home of Mrs. Enoch Nichols of North Main street, The theme will he "Self Denial for the Sake of others." Mrs. J. Ci. Madscn will be leader. Th work of macadam road Im provements will be started early this spring. The Watcrbiiry-Merlden turn pike and also South Main street are to receive attention. MILFORD (Spfelnt Juurnu-f nurlrr Xfiri gerrler) MIKord, March 31. -The annual meet ing of the official IvMrd of the Metho dist church was held on Monday even ing. The Ladles' Aid society served a supper before the meeting. Both were well attended, the ladles being kept busy nt the supper tables. At the meeting prayi r was offered by the Rev. C. B. Ford. The reports of the secretary, treasurer mnd the poor fund were read by (Ieorge D. Whlt comb. It was found that $1177 hail been collected for the benevolences of the church. Eight hundred dollars had been expended on Improvements In the church and parsonage during the past year. Theodore Beich, the president of the bond, made a few eonimcntatory remarks. The ollb-ers elected were: Sec retary, (ieorge Whltcotnb; treasurer, F. Hungcrford; collector, W. S. Chase; ss slslant collector, (ieorge (Sreen. The llmince committee was re-elected. Theodore Resell, fuel committee; C. W. Ovlsit, sexton, with E. B. Bttrwell as sistant; Harry Hungcrford, treasurer of the poor fund; Mis. C. W. Ovlatt, committee on communion supplies; Wllllum P. Thomas on pulpit supplies. A progrem, arranged by Mr. l.lbliey, was given jflcr the business meeting. Miss Dorothy Harvey gave an excellent exhibition of Indian clui) swinging, her mother playing the piano accompani ment, Edward Bailey gave piano solo, Miss Florence (Iregory a vocal solo, Miss Dorothy Harvey a recitation, and Mrs. Bert Hurle, Mr. Lllibey and Mrs. Will Cox sang a trio. The evening wis much enjoyed. Mrs. Karnes Nyebray of New York city (Miss Mamie Woods) )s the guest of her sister, Mrs. E, B. Burwell at Woodmonl. Mrs, (ieorge Northrop and Mrs. (leorge (illbert of Newtown have been visiting Mrs. 0. V. Sewall at Laurel Beach. Cecil G.irdner, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lulls (iarduer, of Derby and Mll ford, graduates from the 'Derby high school In June and enters Yalo In the fall. Freelove Baldwin Slow chapter, D. A. R. will have a serving been In the chapter house on Thursday aflernoon. E. It. Halloway, (ieorge Bristol, H. I. Mattliewson, Nathan Finn, Christo pher LaHcy and Dr. W. S. Putney at tended the reception of Hie New Haven Royal Arcanum council to the supreme regent and otllcers of the grand coun cil In New Haven in the Music hull last evening. i William P, Goldsmith attended the meeting of Qiilnnlplae lodge, I. O, 0. F., In New Haven on Monday evening. The oyster steamer "Jessie Clayton" Is here after oyster shells, The launch "Mill of September" of the Mlll'ord Yacht club fleet, Is the first boat to lie In commission. A huusu parly Is bcluif eutcrUineJ at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Putney. Those present are Mrs. O. I. Allen of Wcstport, Mrs, W. E. Putchen of Bridgeport, the Misses Grace Patchcu and Grace Bean of Northlluld seminary, who are spending tho Easter vacation In Bridgeport, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Tlbbals and their sun have been the guests uf Mr. and Mrs. Rjy Ruyden. Isabella lodge, Daughters of Rebecca, will give a whist party in the Odd Fel lows' hull on Thursday evening, Re freshments will be served. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Barnes and their family are moving to their new home at Ucuver Brook Farm, whore Mr. Barnes is to bo assistant manager. Miss Ida Beach of Mountclalr, N, J., Is spending the Easter vacation at her home In Woodinont. "Woodbine," the pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Chadderton on Rogers avenue, Is being painted. Mrs. Charles Nettleton has returned from a visit to Unlonvllle, Conn. Lucia ch.iptor, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet on Thursday afternoon from, 2 .to 5 o'clock, for quilting. P. S. Smith Is moving his family from Mllford to Southport. Wopowage lodge, I, o. O. F., . will meet on Wednesday evening. i WALLINGFORD NEWS . i Fire Scare at St. Paul's Church Independents Win An other Fast Game. (Spcclnl Journal-Courier Xcn Service.) Walllngford, March 31. -Someone saw smoke issuing from the tower of St. Paul's Episcopal church this even ing at 6:30 o'clock and rang in an alarm of fire from box II, corner of Main and Center street. The fire de partment responded quickly and be fore the alarm had hardly ceased ringing the Hubbard company bnd a line of hose laid. When the firemen were about to enter the building they were Informed that the edifice was not on fire and that the smoke wns caused by a new fire which the Janitor had Just built in the furnace. One of the chimneys of the church runs up through the back part of the tower. An alarm from box 11 being In the center of the business section of the borough always brings out a. big crowd and the streets were thronged In a very short space of time. This should have happened to-morrow to have been more appropriate. Independents Win 1(1 in B. The Independents added another to their string of victories by defeitlng I lie Y. M. A. C. team In n fast and well played game at the armory to-night, by a score of 10 to . The Y. M. A. C hoys showed uti In good form during the first half; nt the end of the first half the score stood, Independents 10, Y. M. A. C. 6. In the second half ibe shoot log of both sides was bad. Near the close the Independents took a brace and Hubbard made a corking good shoot from the center of the floor. Hurke was not In the Independents line up. Hall and Taylor excelled for Y. M. A. C. and Hassett and Hubbard put up a good game for the Independents. The line-up: Independents. y, m. A. C. Sullivan Taylor Right Forward. O'Connell n Left Forward. Hubbard J,ni;e Center. Qulnllvnn H.nl Right Guard. Hassett Olmsteivi ICft Guard. Score: Independents 10. Y. J.f. '. C. R; field goals, Hubbard 4, H ill 3, i?,is- set 2, Taylor I, Qulnllvlan 1, O'Con nell 1. Referee, wnllaee; timer, F. Hor,;!i. The Tabs defeated Company K In the second game of the Wnll'ngfi rd Basketball league which was jla fed a: the armory tn-nlght, The lln '-tip: Company K. T.il.s. E, Borghl Fltr.corall Right Forward. Lnnonette Conway I-eft Forward. A. Borghl Ltiby Center. Crdy Burns Right Guard. Duble Kelly Left Guard. Referee, Wallace; timer, Penle. Two I'nncrnls Held Yesterday. Pev A. G. Boynlon, ofllcl i' ,,( the funeral of Joel F. Iete which was leld from tlie Methodist Episcopal church this aflernoon at I o'"l ick with Interment In the In .Vemorlam ceme tery. During the services the ehure't qi nrtet rendered "Lead Kindly Light" anil "Nearer My God to Tlve." Compass lodge, No. ft, A. V. and A. M. if which organization Mr. I to was a member attended vne servlc s In body and hud charge of the commit tal services. The bearers wei" from Mm above lodge and c an prised the following; E. N, ,ildwin, F :). Bad ger. William N. Mix, Dr. G. II. Craig, I Dr. o. E. Powers, and E. II. Ilrown. 'I'lKie were many ',eautiful Moral tri butes The funeral of Frank I). I.obb was held this aflernoon at. '.';;iii o'clock from tho home or his mother, Z'i Wallace street, with burial In tlie In Memorlam cemetery. Rev. A. Y, Boynton officiat ed. The bearers were Edwin Bolton and Harris lleskette, from (ieorge Slephen son lodge, Hons of St. George; Willi mi H. Smith, Charles M. Williams, Fred crick Mottram ami William Dray. George Stephenson lodge, Sons ofst. George, of' which the departed was a member, attended the funeral lit a body. The Colony street school will hold an exhibition of the celcbivilcil Turner col lection from April lift to May 8, nt the town liall. The exhibition was held at the Merlden high school hist year, and was a great success, There will be an entertainment cieh evening during the exhibition. Mr. Slid Mrs. Hodgson Oddy of 339 Qulunlpluu street ttiinuuiK'u thu cnuug'j- OAK CHINA CLOSET, with bent glass ends; neat., handsome and attractive. Regular price $20.00. Special , $16.75 SOLID OAK SIDEBOARD, with large French beveled mir ror; handsome and well made. Rcpular price $11.00. ' Special price $10,75 LACE CURTAINS. DRAPERIES. Ji!'i:t-ffal l toil ym,niiffJlwJX Mil m We have built up our business, not only by giving better values than could be found elsewhere, but by satisfying our customers. Our interest in the goods we sell doesn't end when the sale is made The .buver must be satisfied. THE ment of their daughter, Mabel, to Kmll H. Marujlardt of Mcrldcu. Friend Whitney, who has been clerk at the local nllroad station for some time, has secured the position of freight agent at the Yalesvlllo station of the X. Y., X. II. & H. R. R. Providing it does not rain to-morrow the work of laying of four-Inch water main ::'0 feet In length on Rembert street will be coimiK need. A shut-off valve will also be Instilled on the North Colony street' water main. Be cause of this work the water on North Colony street, north of Hall avenue, will be shut off to-morrow morning af ter 10 o'clock. Father Donahue of Merlden preached this evening at the vntcii services Jt the Holy Trinity church. Recorded real estate transfers: J. V. Wooding to Frank M. Frost, 2 1-2 acres In Yalesvlllo; Carrie o. Green to Frank and 'Lena Kllbas.-u. 42 1-2 icrca with buildings In Pond Hill district; Benja min Hull to John B. Kciidrlck and un divided one. half Interest In 12 acres on Fowler mountain; W. B. Andrew to Thomas P Grcenslet, 3 acres. Governor Buckingham colony will meet to-morrow evening In Judd's h ill. Rev, Arthur P. Greenleaf delivered a sermon at Christ's church in An sonla tills evening. Factory M, I. Co., shut down to day at noon because of the funeral 'of Frank D. I.obb, which was held this aflernoon. Invitations for the mirrlnge of Carl II. Greasser and Charlotte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert .1. Foster of Itoxliury, Mass., have been received In this borough. The ceremony will take place at the church of the New Jorusa lr m, Itoxliury, Mass., on Mond iy even ing, April 2n, at S o'clock. A reception will follow Immediately lifter the cere mony in 41 Wlnthrop street, Roxhitry. Mrs. Mary Tlerney of South orchard street broke both bones of one of her arms between tlie wrisr and the elbow last night by falling down a illght of slain . Dr. (i. H. Cnlg spoke before the Young Men's club at tile Baptist church this evening. Local anglers will be out In full force to-morrow for the opening of tho (rout ing season, Beginning to-morrow morning until Oct. 1, the poslohVe will be open ut 7 o'clock. , Tax Collector llodgklnson will be nt his otllee In the city hall to-morrow from ID a. m, to p. nt. to receive the town taxes on list of liw; which come dun to-morrow. HITCHCOCK WITNESS INDICTED. New York, March ;:l. Flora, Wills ton, one of the girls who testified In the recent case awalnut lliiytnond I IllclieocU, the comedian, was indict ed by a grand Jury to-duy on n. charge of perjury alleged to have been "oni nilttcd In her testimony In the Hitch cock case, Miss Whlstoti Is alleged to have given evidence against Hitch cock before tlie grand Jury und then recanted when put on thu witness sUtlliL ednesday and Thursday ATTRACTIONS AT BULLARD'S ORANGE ST. A HANDSOME R-PIECJ3 PARLOlt SUITE, consist lug of Divan, Ann Chair and Reception Chair, with nicely upholstered spring scats. Regular price $25.00, Special price $19.75 Tnis mattress Is filled with cotton felt, built up in layers; is long-wearing, non-absorbent and perfectly sanitary. Regular price $10.00. Speciul price $12.75 irox rn.vMK, drop srrE coucn RED, wltli mattress nnd bolster complete. Special . $4.98 BULLARD CO 5860 Orange St. nrc.vni ix pi-xtmar manxkr. Yarmouth, N. S March SI. Miss Beatrice Crowcll, daughter of Air. I and Mrs.. Nelson Crowell, died at her j homo at Yarmouth Bar to-day is a I result of a bullet wound received In I a peculiar manner. A young man named Nb kerson was valklng along the beach near the Crowcll home, yes terday carrying a gun. In some man ner the weapon was accidentally dis charged and the bullet pierced the wall of the Crowell house nnd struck the young woman In tho stomach. RKATH IX HARTFORD ARMORY. Hartford, March 31. Samuel Brax ton, aged thirty-six, a workman em ployed on the new armory, In process of erection near the state capltol, was crushed to death to-day and his brother was also Injured nnd is In tho hospital, The men were wheeling a load of steel along a miniature track when the vehicle lipped over and the cargo fell on Braxton, breaking his back. Tho brother's injuries are slight. ST. RAPHAKIS BKXF.HT. A meeting of the Ladles' Aid society of Kt. Raphael's hospital will be held this afternoon, at 3 o'clock, In the Knights of Columbus building, 95(1 Chnpel street, to hear the report of the committee of arrangements for the "Carnival'' 'to be held directly af ter' Knstor, for the benellt of the hospital. The plans for the event are nearly completed, and tho carnival promises to be a very large nffnlr. AHUKST FOR EMHK&BLKMEVr. Bristol, March .11. F. (t. Boise, a traveling salesman for a Philadelphia llrm, was detained hero to-day nt the Instance of tho police nt Springfield, Muss,, where It Is ssald he Is wanted for embezzlement, one of the charges Is the idinling of hotel bills. loiter 111 the day Boise was taken to Spring Held In the custody of Inspector Cos tello of that place, YACHTS TO PAY PORT TAX. Washington, March 31. The house committee on merchant marine and fisheries to-day reported favorably a OLD PEOPLE OF XEW HAVEN, COXX., NEED V1XOI. It M ivngi liens anil Vilall.es. 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