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THE MORNING JOUKNAL-COURIEE, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1008.
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. CONSUL! A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St. Successor to John Bright A Co. Paint is Important. Good Daint is as important as fire insurance. A building may never burn, but unless constantly protected by good paint it will surely J decay. Uecay IS S10W Durningj jJcimu la msuiauvc ogamou decay, if properly and well applied. We are users of pure lead and oil paint. Our work men are competent and our charges reasonable, consistent with good work. Let U3 tell you the cost of good painting. MERRELS, CROSS & BEARDSLEY, Painters and Decorators, 90-02 Oransre Street. 'Phone 839. DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Office of the Town Clerk. meet mk face to if ace. Rl it ' if Tho following papers were nic.l In the. town clerk's' iittlce yi'.ste rln y : Quit Claims. National Savings Hank to Piisci'.inlo Corso, Fair street, v;i;i feet. Theodore S. Novlsey, trustee, to JiunoH Mead, land, Vino street, 40 feet. Connecticut Havings Bunk to John A. Hundlno. Hill street. New Mtlford Savings Hank to Hel ena 1!. Hemingway, land Park street. Goergo 15. Hill to Charles 1). Ed wards, Dover street, 5S feet. Jlurtha E. McQueen to Arthur 8. McQueen, 11 1-2 Park street anj 111 Park street. 99 1 1 w: - v l 1 JF tm -mmm h'im rm miyoi ONE CENT A WORD. Classified Advertisements. Invest Your Pennies and Watch Results. Warranty Deeds. Mnrgnrct A. McKcon to Rrldgot McKcon, Sylvan avenue, HI feet. Kllen T, Monclmn to Mary Walker, land, Orchard street, 49 8-10 feet, REAL ESTATE. JMiUi 14 111 I si r REAUESTATt TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CHAPEL ST., 1 Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service included. Berij. R. English. 839 Chapel Street. Fine Residence, Orange Street. Large Lot and Barn. House ling 1 1 rooms and mod em Improvements; steam heat; open fireplaces. FOR SALE. A two-family hous having five rooms on eiieli door, with all improve ments, Including Btoam heal, and rent ing for $42 per month. Situated on ItOSPtttf BtlOOt. Trier, Low to a Quick Ilnyer, t,0O0. Money to loan In sums to stilt. L G. H0ADLEY, Room 215, Washington Rulldlng. 39 CIIVRCH STREET, OIEN EVENINGS. FOR SALE. Good liomes and lots, well located, GOOD and SI RE Investments. H. J. STEVENS, ftlfi Clmix-l Street or 00 Grand Avenue, BARGAIN A new, well-built, two-family house of 14 rooms, all improve ments, on large lot. Price $5,000, if sold beforo April first. M00RHEAD ( & DONNELLY, 82 Church St., Room 20. FOR SALE. On Everllt Street, near Whitney Avenue, .a one-family house of nine .rooms. House, now In process of eon Hlructlon. Will ho ready for occu pancy September 1. Judson 3 Hauff, Room 402. e02 Ch0tl St West Haven Building Lots Trices range from 93.00 to $8.00 a front foot, SIM) of lot to suit pur chaser. i II. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orango St. FOR SALE. A desirable one family house. Dwtgtit street, south of Chapel. J C, PUNDERFORD, 118 CHURCH STREET. 4 ACRES, RESIDENCE, $8,500 Rare purchase for someone. Ileim tlftil residence, 9 rooms, ! ncret of land. Everything In flue condition. Exceptional opportunity. Only $8,800. Call or write for pan leu la rs. Room 202, Exchange Rtilldliig. Telephone) 6249-3. Mortgages. Magnus X. liunli to Xatlonnl Sav ings Dank, Grand avenue, U3 feet; i00. Augusta Kleman to Connecticut Sayings Hunk, East Htrect, 02 feel; $1."00. Pasqunlo Cni-HO to Xutlonal Savings Bank, Fair Htrect, .'lit IMO feet; $1,000. John S. Osbnrn to Mary 15. licntviiH, Goffe street, 33 feet; $2,000. lliilldlng Permit. Salvation Army for brick altera tions at 079 I'hapel street. Donilnlco 1). Antonio, Peach street, frame addition to dwelling. Joseph Heard more, Lexington u ve nue, near Oxford street, one family frame building. ' ('. K. Smith, Maple street, two-f.im-lly dwelling. Mrs. S. Assaid, 4 Hedge treet, raising of roof on frame hulldlnur. There uns an old woman of Leeds Who spent, all of her time in good deeds. She said to her friend, "If you've mi y to spend, Go to llm he'll talic care ol your needs." vorus. DISBROW HE SELLS HATS. Also NEW SPRING SHIRTS, some dandles In the "duett" Coal, at $1.50 EACH. Corner Church and Center Sl.s. Gnu cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for neveu tlmei. HELP WANTED Competent girl for general housework. Apply 241 Grand Avenue. m3i 8t FOR RENT. Oiih cent a word for each Insertion, or tlvo cents a word for seven times. JHELPJWAIJ One cent a word tor ench Insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven tlmei. HELP WANTED In a flrat- class market, a butcher. He ( must bo steady, reliable and experienced In the tl liferent cuts of meat. Apply atlTho S, V. Hurlburt Co., 1074 Chapel St. . a2 2t CIGARM AKERS DISSATISFIED. May Send Tor Oilier Officials to Settle Tmckout for Them. The situation In rtio matter of the lockout of the union clgarmakers was unchanged lust night. The men In the union have refused to accept the ad vice of the national officers, Mr. Farrell and Mr. French, that they go back to work under the new shop conditions demanded by the manufacturers, and ari preparing for a long contest, The manufacturers say they will wait un til the supply of cigars Is gone and then they will look for clgarmakers. i Since the national officials here have been urging the men to go back to WALL STREET NOTES J'Oll KENT Two five room Hats; all Improvements, $16,00 and $18.00; i Also store. Inquire Xo. 8 Willow St., corner Cedar 11111 Ave, m31 "t TO It EXT Choice rents, ' $16.00, $18.00 and $19.00; excellent neigh borhood; six rooms; all conveniences; gas, bathroom, hot water, et range, soypslime tubs, entrance separate; State St. cars. Inquire 029 Ferry. a3 7t FOR RENT Summer home for rent. A furnished house with four acres of laud In a small village in Vermont will he let on reasonable, terms for the summer. Inquire personally or by 'phone of J. W. Seaver, 25 Lynwood Place. m2l "t (Continued Wiib.'ish I.' lull Copper . from 17 3i4 Tenth Page.) is :ti 17 is .".'in nnxTON STOCK M U1KRT. Repnrti.d over private wires of Horn blower fc Weeks, members of the New York and Boston Ptoelt Ex changes, New York olllee, 27 Center noston. Amu inns. High. Low. Hid. Iwist. Adventure ... Allinii'z Atriidlmi Atlantic Hltigh.l I HuMim Coils. . .. Unite Cnialloii. i 'a I. & Ariz Cal. & ll.cla... j Yntcimliil . . . . ; Coper Itango . ., Daly Wc.-o non-union i Franklin tlranby ! tireene Cananea, j Isle !;. I ', I ..i Sal.c work the men have been considering il,n'H-Wtr""'' " sending to the national headquarters : Ncv.nl.i cmi'is for other officers to come and settle the j North Untie ,, uid IMiiiliitim ()m'eola mattor for them. 21 Inn (12". 1.5'i II IS 14 2'i 4J's II '4 r.p4 9 1 12'i 2a U Ion 23 l II IS 14 2'i 4 '.Hi H'l u3'4 INDIANA NOMINATIONS. I'arrot Qulii'-y Shannon ... , Tamarack . . . . Trinity V. S. Mining . . do. ptrl I'tali Cons. , , . I'lllled Clipper Wolverine .. . Am. Tel. & Tel Mass. !i Swift & Cn. ... Fulled Shoo .. do. pi .1 Fnlteil Fruit .. New Unveil . . . 1 II "4 . H'i . 35 id ' i!1"" . 3!i .lis .1"H , !;',ti . 4 li i, . 27 , ,.121 .132'4 13 5'a :r.i 3SH 125 H'Sij rioia J7't 411 'i 27 ' 123 I 3 1 i XV. F. fillleMc, ITMt, Tbiw. F. ConnllT, V. Prvnt. . W. V, nillrtte, lrr,-TTr. Tie Gillette Construction Co' General Contractors and Builders. S19 Mfllley niilB., 002 ( Impel St. Te.'ephono 8793. CHAPEL STREET FnlrbnnUi Endorsed and His Tariff Flank Inserted In Platform. Indlnndpolls, April 2. -Tho Indiana republican state convention adopted a platform to-day, Indorsed Vice-President Charles Warren Fairbanks and Instructed the thirty state delegates to the national convention nt Chicago to vote and to work for his nomination for the presidency and then nominated the following ticket: For Governor James E. Watson, Rushvipc. For Lieutenant-Governor Fremont C. Goodwlne. For Secretary of PtnteFred . Sims. For Auditor of State-John C. Hlll heimer. For Treasurer of State Oscar Had ley. For Attorney-General James Bing ham. For Iteporter of Supreme Court George W. Self. For Superintendent of .piihllo In struction Iflwreneo MoTitrn.m. The contest for nomination for gov ernor was keen, and It took five bal lots to decide It. Mention of President Roosevelt, Vlce-rresldent Fairbanks, ...... t'....-l.lnA II .m. it.ni. wn"1"" oik" ' . K-eiirlty Insurance and Governor Hanly caused enthusiasm i . y, & , j. 'ivi.,, among the delegated. I "Swift Co Th ntul f.iim Ini'ltlrtoH a ntnnU writ. 1 I ten by Vice-President Fairbanks, In sisting on revision of the tariff bv a! Itnllrmid Stnrk session of congress to he called In No- ,?"N,"I, Albany.,. 100 L .... ..... H. r 1 100 veillOTT fllier loe i.'iu rii'i-iiimn. wiiiit plnnks favor child labor laws, a slate local option law, with the county as n unit, economy In expenditures, espe cially respecting Hie army and navy, modification of the financial system, complete regulation of capitalistic, com binations and the creation of a bureau of mines and mining. I'ii 24'j, 3',i inula l!20 21 'j li.Vi, M T'4 IS II 2'i 411 IP, 51 3',i S 1 IS S3 I Pi I)') H 3S' 125 KiSH 7'i 4 'I 123 in P. I2 2t lot ii:t a 22 .:T0 II ', S 95 !l 111 - fill I Hi C4 37 K.'i IS', 11 fit II '4 mi 33 ;i:t ti'4 lasi; r, i !i;u. 47 " 27 i 121 LOCAL STOCK QI'OTATIOX. Correeted dally by Klmberly, Kont & Co., Investment Hn street. I city I First National ' Second Natlonn I , , , j Nat. New Haven . , . Mechanic Merchants National. I Nat. Trndesnicns . . . New Haven County, j Vale National New Hnven Tltist .. Peopli! s R A Trust. MUrrllnnruua Stock. Tar Amerlenn Urass .... lart American llanlwars. l oi) IvIInoii Flee., Itosliui. lo Inti inatloiiai Silver . 1 oO do. pl'it ion New Haven (las .... 25 N. II. Water Co SO Peek Stow ge Wilcox. 26 25 lun lot) 1 10 1 ,10 kcrs, 133 Orange Par. Hid. Asked. , loo 141 ' , 100 170 , Mi) JSS , 100 187 III) fiTij , 50 fiSVj , po nr. iso 10 H'i , MO Ml UJ MO 12B M0 110 I'lilted Illuminating. Conn. Ity. pier . Panluiry ft Hllml, , . 25 Now Loml. North .... 1ui) H. ft Conn. West.... lot) N Y., N.ll. ft ll.ll.lt.. . loi) llnilronil llnmln REFLEX INVERTED ' GAS LAMPS feood Light Depends on the Burner. Welsbach Reflex Inverted Lamps will give 00 candles of light for 1-3 of a cent per hour. 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, THE NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT GO. Salesroom, 93 Crown Street. COLLF.GF, GLFF, CLFH CONCFHT. Will he Given at Clly Mission Hall To-night. During the college year the llerkeley I Men's club connected with the City Missionary association. Is under the care of members of the Herkeley ns soelallon of Yale university, At the weekly social meetings of th" club gen erous help has been given through lee- j turcs, addresses, etc., by members or the different faculties and others. This evening, at the City Mission hall, the College Glee club of 1011 will give In ald'oC the Men's club the same concert they are soon to give publicly In New Haven and. elsewhere, though only tho usual small sum will be charged for admission as for other entertainment! by the Men's club, Tickets are now on sale at the Mission House olllee, No. 201 Orange street, bringing within the reach of all an hour or more -of great enjoyment this evening. UODY IWXI) IN CRKKK. Fiikiniwii Man Dead from FxpoMirc at Deacon Falls, Helicon Falls, i April 2.-The body of I an unknown man was found lying face 'downward In Cold Spring Brook this , place to-day. The man was evidently about 43 years old, five feet nine inch es high, curly hiilr and dark mustache. He was very poorly dressed and there were no marks or papers In Hie cloth ing that would tend to Identify him. The body was free of bruises or marks of any kind, tin 1 Medical Kxanilner Tuttle save permission for the removal of the body t Niiugnluck where It will be held for Identification. Death wan due to exposure. Iterkshlre St. lis, 1922.... rilginrl True. Tis, l2:i Hrlstol Tramway 4hs,i'J4t Conn. It. ft I ., t 4 h. I lii I.'. Conn. It. ft I, Is, stamp. Conn. Ity. 4s, lil.Vl Cons. 1 1 y . 4s, r.in'i Cons, tty, Is, ItlbD Cons. Ky. debs, llllta D. ft N. 4s, Mfiii Dan. ft llcthel is, M14.... Harlem ft p, C. 4s, Mil.. do. 4s, 1'.K4 I lou.i.'i t ori !c 4k, MM do. fis, 1 115 1 P Mer. Coinp. lis, !I2; Naiigaliick 4s, Mli4 Nort liampton lis, l'.ni!l N. II. ft Centor C, la.'ia, . . N il. & Derby 1st lis, MIS. N. II. ft V. II. fis. 11)12.. N. II. Street fts, Hil.1 N. II. Street fis, MM New Lon. St. Bs, M23.. N.Y..N.II.ft1l.ciinv. lis.Mtx. N.V.N.II.ftll.l'oiis.3,H lUStl N, V., N. II. ft II. 4s, MIm do. ;t',is, i ii ivi N. V. ft N. K. Ds, Mir, N. Y. ft N. 15. 4s, 11146... l'rov. Security 4s, M57. ., . Bhore Line 4 tys, MIO. . . . Wur. & C. i'7. 1st 4 Vis, 1313 , tllL Askd M7 MS 2"! 2 Ti 6 9 82 40 42 PS 45V4 44 M2 MS 117 97 '4 102 V Hi,-. I. 133 200 till I'm 77 13 1H0 43 131 Vi 1:; Bid. Asked. i V i"i 105 5 U5 7 i'i ill! 87 81 87 'i 8li 110 79 7 MO 99 MO 7: !! 07 !4 II ii i,i 1 oo ',i MJ 100 art ti loo . loo 103 97 121 123 8o Vi 87 (7 1HI 80 106 110 98 V4 80 8) Ii 1)7 " 1)1 98 ANNOUNCEMENTS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live conn a word fur seven times. ANNOl'XCFMKNT Slceman's Ilella blo Fmp'oymeat Agency, 763 Chapel St., cstalllshed 20 years. Largest, best 1. tho Stato. Hcst malo and female help for any and all kinds oi work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Tel. 2322. WAXTFI) FOU V. ,S. AKMY Able bodloU rnmarrleU men, between 21 and 35; citizens of the United States; of good char.ctcr and temperute hab its, who ci.n speak, read and write English. Apply Ketrulting Udlcer, 890 Chapel -truit, New ICvta; 750 Main street, .lartroid; 1U22 Main street, Hrldgeport; 19!) Uanl; streot, Water bury. ji tf HELP WAVTi;D I made $50,000 in fivj years In the mail order busi- ness and began with only a few dol lars. There are uhusual 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 make money. AddVeea, Publisher, The Mall Order World, Dux 1074, Lockport, X. Y. - mil tf sttuati One cent a word for each Insertion, ' . or five cent a word for beven time. , ,, SITUATION" WANTED The" refuse of college plants, u rover of many , lands, lazy, but In the prime of life, mismanaged a business and would like to ruin another, or act as secretary to a person or corporation; would travel In America or abroad. Last salary $3t000 per annum, but would accept mure ii onerea, Auuress, "tia itorlal." ' m28 6t SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE One cent a word tor each insertion, or flvo cents a word for seven tlmei. SITUATION WANTED Female com panion to invalid or elderly couple. Please call 173 St. John Street. a3 It SITUATION WANTED A. little wid ow desires position as housekeeper ; , for a gentleman. Address, Mrs. E. A. Carlisle, General Delivery, New Ha ven, Conn. a3 2t ROAD'S PROPOSITION Suggests Cut in Wages in Place of Pay According to Piece Work. NO UNION RECOGNITION Employes Not Planning to Aeeept the Offers, It Is Said Engines Taken to Keadvllle. MISCt'lllllllMIIIII lloillls. Bid. 90 Adams Kxpress 4s, 1948. . Iloslnn Flee. Us. 1 908 Itranrord L. ft V. 6s. 1937 In. Silver lis. 1IM. In. Silver s N. II. Gas, con. 5s, M23. . . N. II. Water eon. MM-10 N. H. Sewer 4s, Mil j N. II. City Bridge, 3 lis. , . . NewLon.Ste.-ini tin. M13-20 I N. L. (las ft Flee. 5s, M27. I New Lon. (1. ft K. f,s, 192!) S. N. K. Tel. lis, MIS. . , . Ml 1,4 Swift ft Co. 6s, 1914 US 1'nlt. 111. 4s, 1910 5 Ml) M3 111 tin Asked, 112 104 - mi i; 98V4 9 H 05 13 U 100 Kx-dlvldend. I'ltAIKIIO FIKF, JIlAtiFS. i'axton, Net),, April 2.-A pralrlo lire for lias been raging In the Sniul Hill trto days. James Kane was burned to death, many holmes destroyed, hun dreds of head of livestock lost and tltoiisHndi, of acres of the prairie, burned. On 'the authority of one of tho offi cials of the local unions the statement was niiulo last night that the New Ha ven mad yesterday sent a proposition to the machinists, boilermakers, etc, who are threatening a strike, which the road looks upon as a compromise. This proposition win that the men should either take the piece work of fered or stand a general cut In wages, or submit to the non-recognltlon of tho union. The men stated last night that they would not. tokn the piece work wage scale, nor stand the cut In wages, and under nu conditions would allow the road to Ignoro the unions. According to one of the prominent men In the machinists union, It Is pro bable Hint 111 the event of It being ab solutely necessary to accept one of these propositions, it will m that of a cut In wnires. with l he tirnvUn th wiiii inn reiurn or nener conditions I (he wages be raised again to where they were. Hut tile sentiment Is sol iMioom.v oppoou (o a rui m wages that a strike will lie called probably before It Is accepted. The members of the union believe that It Is better to have a number of men out of employment and tho rest gelling the regular wage scale th.i i (hat all should be employed at a lower rale of wages. This tins been the Idea advanced ever since the beginning of the business depression by the Am erican Federation of Lalior. Six engines were taken from the In cal simps to Readvllle yesterday to lie repaired. Ho many men have been dls ehargid hern that it Is Almost Impos sible to carry on the work In New Ha ven. The slions nt Spring street are deserted and every-day there now Is like Holiday. HELD WANTED Honkl Honk! Honk! Look sharp to youi interest. Now Is the time for young men to learn the auto business. A thorough knowledgo of your machine and how to repair when requlrod Is what wo teach you. Open cvcn.ngs. New Eug- tanu Auto School, 73 Broadway. o8,tf One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. FIKFLFSS COOKERS Every house keeper wants one. Let us mail you booklet containing full description, rooking recipes and testimonials from people that are tulng them. Folding Mattress Co., New Haven .Agents. 'Phone 1492. citV notices. The Commit too on Claims of th Hoard of Aldermen will hold a public hearing In Room 13, City Hall, Friday. April a, moh, for the consideration ot llio following petitions: Petition of Frank F.ast, Walter 5f. flalley, Raymond Morlarlty, Jennie Vellbrunt, and Anthony Carroll for damn ges. All persons' Interested are hereby no tllled 10 be present and be heard Mort on without further notice, per order - , PATHK'lv J. CuLLINH, Clialrinan.. Attest: MICHAEL A. AIOKAX; JR., tl St Assistant City Clerk. A LI KM ST fiOES INSANE. Dr. Wilbur (.lllclt or Detroit Decnmcs Victim of Drain Trouble. Detroit. April 2. Dr. Wilbur (llllett, a well known alienist, died In St. .Mary's hospital yesterday from cere bral liemortlmge. In the early part of his career In Detroit Dr. Olllett was one of tini exntninlng physlclana for the probate court, and during his term examined more than 1,000 cases. In .May, 1905, he became himself a victim of hallucinations, and was re moved for two months to a retreat. On his discharge he gave an Inter esting analysis of his condition, drawing the conclusjon from his own symptoms that most, suicides are In sane. He said lie had fought an Im pulse to kill himself and graphically told of a small lance that tho asy lum attendants overlooked when searching him, was a constant temptation. SWEEP OUT ANARCHY. Patorson, N. J , April 3. Mayor Mclli'lde, whoso request to President Roosevelt for aid In a crusade against the anarchists, of Puterson resulted In the president's ordering La CJuestlono Xoclnte, an anarchist paper, being ex cluded from the malls, Is more In earnest, than ever, The anurclilsls having advertised a meeting to he held to-iinirrow night to protest against the action of the federal gov ernment In shutting out their organ from the malls, tho mayor has called a special meeting of the police coin mlssloners for to-night to take action. Menu:. The Committee on ordinances of ihe Hoard of Aldermen will hold a puh.lc lienrlng Friday, April :t, Mas, at S p. in., In liooni 10-11, City Hall, for the con sideration of the petition of the New Haven Typographical I nlon. that tho printing of '.lie revised ordinances be awarded' to ono of the printing (Inns located In New ll.iven, All persons Interested are hereby no tilled to be present and be beard there on without further notice. Per order FRANK KENNA, Chairman. Attest: MICMAKIj A. .MORAN. JR., 2 2t Assistant City Clerk. The Special Committee He Condem nation of li ml will hold a public hear ing Friday. April 3, I'J.'K. In Room M-il. at X p. m., for tae consideration or the petition of the New Haven Park Commission for condemnation proceed ings of land t n t i'ii oil for an addition to West Rock Park. All persons Interested are hereby no tilled to bo present and lie heard there on without further notice. Per order WILLIAM MARLOWK, Chairman. Attest: MICHAKL A. MORAN. JR.. nt ,1t Assistant City Clerk. SITUATION WANTED By elderly lady; housekeeper or companion to old couple. Inquire 173 St. John street. a2 it FOR SALE. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. 1 FOR SALE Piano, grand, uprlgM,' Gabler. Price $ 1 65; cost 500. Take small monthly payments. Ad dress, F. G., Courier Office; a3 2t FOR SALE May 1st, 150 to 175, Quarts milk per day. George Scheu-, ermann, Orange, Conn. Telephone 4-6. a3 3t IX)R SALIC Second hand store and ofllco fixtures; also tables, chain, l eic. jos. a. Ajivrn, i hiwii uanc , m3l 3t . FOR SAlV: Boot black Stand and ;,f. chair. Jos. E. Ahem, 4 Pitkin Iano. ' i mil at v AUCTI0NSA One cent a word for eaon insertion, . or five cents a word for seven times. ACrCTION SALE P.. B. Mallory, Auc tioneer and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel. Phone 2300. Residence 10T Tfor, 'Phone 10D6-2. Household laloa a specialty. AUCTION SALE R. B. Mallory, auc tioneer, sells at 214 Howard Ave. (near 4th St.), Friday, 10 a, m.," nlco goods. Parlor pieces, mirror, side board, dining table, chairs, couch, bureaus, rockers, tables, chamber-furniture, carpets, rugs, draperies, pic tures, hrlc-a-brac, sllverwaro, crock ery, gas range, refrigerator, lawn mower, etc. a2 2t WANTED. One cent a word for each insertion, or Ave conts a word for seven time.. WANTED Jones' Select Employment Agency, 22 Church street Telephone 1401-18. Connecticut's Largcs. Agency; malo nnd fema'o help supplied for mercantile and domestic, service for any and all kinds of work. Sent any- , where Open evenings. That the subject of tho wholesale slaughter of germ-benrlng rats Is even Hinong the children Is shown by the following conversation overhear 1 on the street corner uptown: "Wot they liiintln' up all rats fer?" "Aw. don't yer know nothln'7 Ruts lias the plague an' If yer see one yer'd hettrr look out, cause yer'll get It, too, maybe." "If yer .lust see a rat, do yer get It?" "Aw. don't yer know nothln'? Von'v got the plague when you've been bit by a Ilea what's been bit by a rat what's heen bit by a sailor." Han Francisco Call. WANTED All good .:tlp should call here. Vn supply all the best places and always need largo numbcrc. Slee man's Heliablo Employment Agency, 7C3 Chapel. Open evenings. ml4 tf One lciiI a word for eucn insertion, or live cents a wotd (or seven times. EDUCATIONAL Outdoor sketching; in color or black and white. Wanted pupils to Join present class or mako up separate classes. T. 11. W'alte, 71 Kensington Street. m31 tf EDUCATIONAL Mr. Frederick Weld will engage the services ut a limited number of good singers for a chorus choir. Voices tried at 13 Orauge Street Cold Weather Here Yet - "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 HORSESHOES NOT .IN DEMAND. Valley Fulls, tl, I., April 2,-Tho shon of the Rhode Island PerkliiH Horseshoe Co. here went on a schedule, of three days a week to-day, About 301) men arc affected. ii EVERYTHING ' In This Line EVen the Dog HIS MAITCS' voice1 FULL LINE OF TALKING MACHINES VICTOR AND EDISON And Complete Assortment of Records for Doth. All leading iiuiUch: or Guns nnd Hllles Winchester, Mnrlln, Remington, Parker, Lriever, linker, Itlmcu, Stevens nnd other well-kiowii makes. J. E. BASSETT, The Gun Store, 5 Church St.