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THE MOB.NING JOURNAL-COURJER, FB.IDAY, APRIL 3, 1008.
Elegant and Artistic Floor Coverings If you have not attended this spe cial Oriental Rug Exhibit and Sale you should do so at your earliest conven ience. It Is an opportunity seldom present ed New Haven shoppers, to purchase such fine specimens at exceedingly low prices. Seo Window Display and Visit Third Floor. Royal Worcester Corset Demonstration If you are Interested In Corset Comfort you will be Interested In this special demonstration of the cele Plttthgs maybe arranged the Corset department. CODRT IS POSTPONED Criminal Superior Court Will Not Begin Until ; April 14. .4 JUDGE CASE DELAYED KcKlner Got $460 Tetranlt Injun Suit rirgnn Othpr Court ovs. It was announced from the state's Httorney'8 . offien yesterday afternoon that the April session of the. criminal alfle of the superior court will be post poned for a week. The hcsmIod had been set for next Tucsdny, with Judge Caso upon the bench. The Judge, however, Is at present sitting with the Bridgeport superior court where la be ing heard a ease which will not b ended before Tuesday. It la the ease of the Hippie Adjustment company against Cieorgi; C. Edwards of Ftrldge port. , In addition to the fix . n which Judge cvv finds himself the New Haven coui.'y stale's attorney, Mr. "Williams, does not expect to be finish, cd with the case of Hronson vs. Hie Now Haven County National Bank and th" Mechanics Hank, which it now being hpard before Judge Hhum. way in the superior court, civil aide, "As a result you see," said Assistant fUate'a Attorney Ailing yesterday, "we will not have our usual reception un til a week from Tuesday. i will but postpone the pleasure." Another Injury Suit Iteguii. IThn suit of Frank Tetrault vs. 'he Consolidated road and the Smedley company was begun yesterday heforn Judge Wheeler, upon tlm conclusion Of the Kodner case. It la an action to recover damages of $fi,f.on, The plaintiff, whose home Is ,ln Shelburnc Falls, Mass., was rid ing on the running board nf a car Inst Labor day. bound for Savin Rock, and at Meadow and Church streets the car collided with one of Snmdlcy's trucks, and In the accident plaintiff's foot was crushed. It Is alleged by the plHlntlff that h watt miule lame for the rest of hln life, During the afternoon I)r. William r. Maldwln wmh put on the aland by the dpfense to testify that tlm plaintiff lias now un good a control of the an kle Hint, was hurt us most people have, Tlm accident took place Sep tember n, jRtifi. Moiorinun William V.flker, who was In churgc of the car, testified that the car was stan ling still at the lime., Inspector Michael J. Hcarn, who was at that time slart rr at the corner of Church and eh'tpel MrectH, testlllcd to what lm saw- of the accident. The case wiui not finished. It will bo continued tn-dny. Kodner (.els $H0, An award of $4o to the plaintiff tens the substance of a verdict render td by the Jury In the civil superior court yesterday, in 'he case of Harry Kodner, of 21 HP'Prt street, against the Connecticut company. Tlic taae hdu been on trial two days. Tfcflopifo- brated Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets An expert corsetlerre Is at your ser vice, and will explain and show all the Improvements and advantages that Royal Worcester Corsets have-. -and such as are not found In other makes. This Illustration shows the new Adjusto Corset It Is made especially for stout wom en and offers a rational solution of corset comfort. It lengthens the waist, reduces the hips and flattens the abdomen. for by telephone, mall or at It grew out In't an accident In front of the Hotel ("Jardr, In Meadow street, on, i At that tliim Kodner was driving up Meadow street when a I trolley car came up behind him, col lided with his wagon, nnd threw him Into the street. He was severely bruised about the body. Mrs. Way land Wants Hlft.OnO. lputy Sheriff Henry Spiegel has returned to the superior court, an ap peal or application for fpllef In behalf of Mrs. Martha W. It. Waylanrt of 175 Whitney avenue, widow of the lalp Dean Francis Wayland of the Yah; law Hchool. It is an appeal from the action of the bureau of compensation of tlm department of public works In assess ing damnge In favov of Mrs. Way land, on account of the proposed in tention of Tearl street from Whitney avenue to Orange street. An order ror this extension was passed by the board of alderpien some months ago and In making an assess nmnt fpgardlng tlm extension the bu reau of compensation assessed dam ages in favor of Mrs. Wayland amounting lo 1!t,!iRQ. This sum Mrs. Wayland holds lo be much ton low and she asks the courts i to raise It to $40,000. I It la alleged In tlm appeal that the , Tearl street extension would take a strip 940 feet In length from the j Wayland properly, that the taking of j this strip would mar the beauty anil I destroy the privacy of the Wayland j grounds and damage the remaining property to the extent of $.10,000. It Is claimed that, tlm atrip to be taken for the extension Is worth 1S. 000, that It would he necessary lo destroy a. barn, greenhouse nnd grapery worth $1.,000, and that grad ing in connection with the extension would cost Mrs. Wayland $3,000, It Is further alleged that the order passed by the board of aldermen Is null and void because there whs no appropriation for the street available at the time (he order was passed. Attorney (Jenrge !. Watl'oUH Is counsel for Mrs. Wayland. Suit Over a llorc. The case of Stanley A. Heardsley of New Haven against Walter M. Irving of Mllford, was on trial before Judge llennetl and a Jury In the common ! t,,PH rnwl i'""- The suit concerns the sale of a. horse. In June, lllflil, the plaintiff purchased a horse from Irving, who guaranteed that the nnlmn! was sound and that If he was not the money paid would be refunded, Three days after tlm Kale had taken place the animal died. Irving refused to re turn the money and suit for $:;on damages was brought. The sum of $ls(l was paid for the horse, Tlm case waa not finished. Shorl Changer. Charles Stratlon, lu Id for "short changing" Joseph M. Jacobs, a Col lege street druggist, pleaded guilty and was fined th with costs of S,:,() In the police court yesterday. Suits Aenlnst "Dr." nrand. Following tlm arrest, of "lr." Frank S. Hranrl for practicing medicine wlthout u license two suits to rpleln property In his poestion and also an attachment for debt were brought yesterday, mm of the replevin suits was brought hy Mls tlella Krlnlvrg, a yrcuy Je'eee, is .-cars cf use ro- Segar Special Friday and Saturday 10c LA PERFECTA the 6c, SEBARSTOm MnUoon'i Cerr.tr, IpI'lltiK at l'i Palmer street, to recover ja Rolrl hunting case watch tlint she igave In "!r." Ilrnnd'a keeping; a ! week nifo. Thf I'plnbera; ulrl snhl j tlmt she had became cukhroiI to th" "doctor" a week apn on short ! n'lHlntnni'p and tlipy were to Iks mar- rp(l a week from next Sunday. TIip other replevin suit has been brought, to recover a suit of cvcnlne; .luthes that "Dr." Itrnnd hart mnlr by 1. & S. fcuvcnvlu of Iixpl ave nue. Hp had thp dross suit gent to his I ntrtcp at :i:i." (iem-gp street, but. .11.1 I not pay the hill of tth. ' Miss Josephine Howler, who was f niployed by Mrand a a mine In bis office, had attached nrglcHl Instiu nmntu and an operating chair In the offlpp to rpenver a bill of $lifl fur ir vleB. All thp suits are returnable to the city court. Humphrey KstalP. Next Mmi'lny a Imnrlng Is to be held In the local bankruptcy court, before Referee Newton, on th" crIiiIp of Onvgp V. Humphrey, the' West Haven builder. It Is snld thnt the llil bllltle are JM,97fl.li!i and the assets l3,4fiR.4S. c in next Tuesday a suit, brought by I.ouls Hawthorn'', the snsh, door end blind manufacturer of this city, for $S!, and broiidht niniln't Mr. Hum phrey In returnable to ltm superior court, but the fact that the defendant has gone Into bankruptcy will stop the suit. The action was brought by At torney ,I..ltlrncv Tnttb', and la for sashes, blinds and doors furnished tlm builder for his work. Freshman I'lnnl. Thomas '. Coffin, a freshman In the Sheffield S' lentlllc school, aged twenty years, and residing at 11! Wall street, was fined $10 and costs of lfl.43 yes terday, for pulling the trolley of a street car off the wire during the ex eltenmnt whb h surrounded a student parnd.i in York street, Wrflncsday !rhc Cprks ;ullly, R'ven drug clerks employed in stores In this clly were arraigned In city court yesterday morning to nns ncr charges of violation of the stut" pharmacy law relating to the sale of poisons. Tlmy were arrested as a re suit of tlm annual Investigation of County Health ottlcer Hondly and were lined 110 and cocts of $4.'., yes terday morning. The men all plead ed guilty. AT t HCUCII OF MF.SSIMl. splendid Program To-night Inder Auspices of Mlsim Circle. j The cnt"i talnnmnt at the rhurch of j the Messiah M'ntvprrnllsl I, Orance, near Kim street, to-night, under tlm auspices of tlie ladles of the Mission circle, presents the following pro. gram and cast of characlers: 1. Thinn solo Miss Helen Wilcox. ! 2. l?essie and llcr Utile Hrow n j Hear, In costuni", "A lte4al Uvp Utile Teddy Hear." j Musters Viol" and ItobeiA Pnrnmlep. j ;!. Song S'dccted, I Miss May l.awson. j 4. Witches' I'n nee. In costunm , Ijueen of W Itches. Miss Marguerite Graham, Witch f- Miss olive Young. Miss Heulflh Heliher, Miss Jennie Crosby, Miss Ulllan Katon, Miss Itrssle Wnr- I tier, Mlrs ltonllnd Hrnun. j fi, Hutch Hume, In costume, I Master Hubert Pnnm Ice and Miss Kdna Cnr'arty. 7. licading-Selected. Mls;-i Dlckcrman. 8. Caplaln l!ah Hunting, Mlitcr Hubert Parm.ler, (In costume.) 0. Tambourine Prill (In costume. I Miss olive Young. Miss lleiilnh Hclch'T. IMss Jennie Crosby, Mls Ulllan Knt on. Miss llessle War ner, Miss Rosalind lliown, 10, Piano Sol.) Selected, Miss Rosalind llrottji. 11. Song Selected. Miss Mn.y I-awson. It will be seen that tlm program comprises sonm special features In teresting to the young, but as a whole will interest those of all ages, A so cial hour with lee cr"iiin will be en Joyed after the entertainment. The committee In charge Is Mrs, Walter tjoodwln, Mrs. I,. A. W-slon, Mrs. Charles i.nry. TO M TF.RA ISF. 1TR( II M)S. O. M, Shetinrd In Nev dlnry Ca pacity for New Uau'ii Kond. o. M. Sliepa 'd, assistant to President Mcllen of Hie New Haven road, has been assigned to the department of i niireliiiMni unl oiiiiilles for Ihe nresent. , Mr. Shepnrd ,tlm former general super- ' Inlendent of the road, has si his I resignation, a short tlm" ago, been act ilng in an advisory cnpnclly. i Vow thnt A. 1C. Mitchell, suiierlnten- , f,.t ,,f the p,Kcuise and supplier bus runer and his office has lieen ahol- I ii,.d the duties fall nnnn the shoulders nf ,1. H. Kanford, with the title of pur chasing agent, tt Is lo advise Mr. Hnnford and tlm others In his depart ment Hint Mr ShepurJ la tibslfuiLd ta thite depai'tni'nt. J9 E. E, HART ELECTED New Havener Chosen Head of the Order of the Golden Sceptre. At thp olRluh h ti huh 1 nlnn of thp ! Brand court of the United Suites, Or ; dcr of tlm Hidden flivptor, held In Mimic hall yesterday afternoon I lie jflPlfRHtiH elected Kr.ncsi K. Hart of i this city to succeed Kllr.alirth Cleaver of IVniisylvHniu as, worthy grand rul er. At the morning session reading of Hip report of tin1 worthy grand ruler showed an Increase during hrr Irrm of office of nine new courts and tin' revoking nf one charter Iicuiusp of tlm refusal nf lm court to obey un order Issued by the hoard of officers to ro IncUte a member who had been ex pelled from ald rnurt. Worthy Grand Itecorder William II, Hill's report shows that durliiK tlm year Ihirty-two death elnlnis, amount ing to $3, 125, were paid by tlm order. John A. Uoi'se, worthy grand treas urer of tlm order, In his report show ed that on .limitary 111, l'.lOS, there wan a balance oji hand of $4i!1.11, while tlm balance on band one year prior to that date wiw $"i:t.Bl. Tlm repot of tlm llnnnce eninmll tep, consisting of Minnie Halllnger, Corson Cleaver, jr., and I .en Wiley, showed thnt It had examined the books of the g and treasurer and bad found tlmm to b" correct In pvpv.v dc- tHll. It is reported that the active inem- hcrshlp ..r th onlcr , 3 . f rt 4 . and thnt the honorary meml prshlp totals 33. while the number of members nn.ln- ' tl It .1 mi 1 fim.rnl ritml r.ill la two. making a tot;.l membership of S.10I. There were oer a hiili'lreil b le gates In Feeslnn. i Mi'lovrs ;i.t stock. preretary N'oicnns of 111" New Ha ven Has Light company nniiounep that under the profit sharing plnn of the company adopted nhmil a year ag'i shares of fitn. k In the company were dls rlhuted among pmployes yesterday j at the prleo ofjtl a .liarn. ThH price , Is a little below the present nunketj value of the stock. i This illsti'lhutlen of stoc'i Is nnd" i qiu-:erh and began April 1. in th" flv nllntments ;i shares of stock on " hi di a dividend of eight per cent, a year Is pnld have been given Into Mm pn.ttps'dnei of about 310 employes, f-'onte of the employps ,mw have mor Ihnn one fhare. The mark"! value of the stock held hy the company's operatives to-.biy Is h excess of $1.oafl. I'MOV I'l'NKIIM.S ()M,V. fatersf.n. N. .!.. April 2. Only "union" funerals will lie permitted In tills city in future if the members of the Couch ami Cab drivers' associa tion ha their way. The aspoclatjon Is lo hold a meeting at which ar rangements will be mad" to draw up what Is known to "union men as a fair ll! " The undertakers and liv er, men who fail to sign the agree ment presented to them by thi nsso. latlon will he classlded as "unfair." Cocaine which dulls the nenes never et curi d Nasal Citnrrh. The I heavy feeling In the forehead, the j stuffed up sensation and the watery 1 discharge from the ryes and nose, j along w ith all tlm other miseries I lending the dl-case, are put to rout by j lily's Cream Ibilin. Smell and tn.le 'are restored, breathlnir l made nor j mat. t'ntll you try this remedy you I can form no bleu nf the good It will do j on. I, applied directly to the sore Ispnt. All druggists. f1c. Mailed by i Klv Hros , S Warren Slrert, New ! York. Fresh Fish Sale!: FRIDAY. Frcsh-Caucjht "Off-Shorc" HADDOCK, 5 cents pound. Cud to Hull. Halibut. I loiimlors Fcls. Sen Trout, Shad. Cod Slcnk. Mackerel. Herring. Oysters and Cliims. ORDER EARLY I NOTICE! Our Big Cannfld Good Sale is j Still OT1. SuCCOtash, DO Can, 4 nn 1 n t nn $1.00 dozrm, Corn, 7c can, 77c dozen. Etc., etc. now they're going fast S. S. ADAMS. Inn i Ppilmnrs. ( nil 4'Jlin or 4201. . MAIN Mlllli:. (I)tl. SI A ll) Al i ire a ii:r.'i t. Ilrnneli Sli.rexi MRU Ho.u.r.l Are., T4!t ;rnn.l Ate.. IKI!) ll.ni or.t Ave, T St h r 1 -tun Ave., in. t l.iT.I SI. ANNOUNCEMENT. I ipsr . nnmiiinee (n the public (hat I mil lie iv liellnn In thr enpsellj nf .'nmllr Iteprrsrntnilve In luiuscs of miiiirnliiB 'liirlnu III e funernl pprlmli ntieiiillnit (' tlm iiinnr .(elnlU v. hi el. present tliMnrlv pi such n llmei ren. ilerlnn lisslstnner . funernl illrertnr. nn.l rrprrsrnllna thp (.. inllv nn nil lie rnal.ina. tnillnlril villh nil len.llnic l.n iterlnkers. t ll. ,1, 1 1,1,1 M IU M, 'Irlrplinne MN.I-I. ANNOUNCEMENT. I iir si. t to announce lo my frif nds and the public Rfniraliy, that pending a rcadjtistmenl. of mv art'airs, calli Inlcndfd fo; mc may sor.t to Messrs lcwi.s & l.ycock, No. HU Chapel Street. Ali work w ill receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 6M. nnflT. n Bunwru. Undertaker I DEATHS. IIAU'WIN' -In this city, April 2, Klin, ! lint IV .Miles, son o' Mrs, Jennie New 'r 'i""'!!"' '"" ,w"mv-nln"1 'Mr I ot lee of 'funeral Imrenfter. n,1 It' j ! Cut Flowers and Flowering Plants John N. Champion & Co,! 102 CHAt Kh ST. i I Milk Punch in a bottle, all ready for instant use in an emergency a boon for invalids not bad for well people. It pours out as clear as Wine and yet, with your eyes shut, you'd.declare that you could plainly taste the milk for it has the real milk tlavor. It's made by one firm only (Gosling Bros.), of Bermuda, who have carefully guarded the secret for over 50 years. Keturnino; tourists occasion ally ask for it and recognize it at a glance. We' are told that no other house in N"v hii;.,l.mil has it but that's ..i.oihci .story. $1,55 bottle. 3S( S-taXi Sir- SUGHARDS COCOA Somo folks cannot drink 4'uffrp, nth cm like n chunge nrrttslimallv: lliere foro wp rceommctiil Siielianl Pure Slss 4'oeoii as (lie best, must liuli'l tlous. nu. (joes Hie fnctlicsl, llcl.m rend the analysis: Absolutely pure nml most acrrcahle ! I" fact. It Is Hip hi st Cocoa I lmr pjnmlned. Its dlgcsllbllllv and inilrl i He nlui are of the lilglicM order, nnd it Is superior to oilier Cocoas, because ' It can lip so easily digested and ip-slm-! llnlcd. Sucliiird's 4'iico'i take Hu tcry bltlicsl place ammicsi Cocoas, ami. as it frpfpirnily lake II myself, I can con-' J sclent iimsly recommend II In medical ! men and Hip public In acne nil. J A. It. Mtll l ITHS. : I'll. P., I'. II. S. Analyst, London. i;im. Pound Tins. . . 90c J-Tound Tins 50c SPEAKING OF GHEESE Ml II U quite fnfereollnit M imlr the tr.( wur ih'WI iiieir, Vfrment, nnd our! Mrnsen I'n. ler... ,. rh Mntf, I cheese nrp lielnK put , j llnfli -re full iTPiim nml arc at onr illsniisnl siiii,lr. clrrilii.i s snip were plioiit ewn nnrl mp nrr nntlmi (u irnrn nnni le-iui.-, , hrlnu tnrlli. I 255 per lb I nr e.iiiiilpr nrp Ini I li'Tlr.l 4 nmrmliert "l.e DrllelriiC In n , 1 know ef end nun In prime i-iin.llf Inn. 35c lb. "tiernts." Hip ehoese nrlclnnlu j eil Hh ll:ir-le-iliic, through nhleh ' hn milnril in repiiliiilnn. It I nn Im- ; purleil white soft crenm. irrr .I...II... Ill tetnre In loir ilnniesllp . renin ehrese, i (IiimikIi illsllnel In Him nr. 25c. i.i,...rir,i ii.iq.iriiiri, line, 111(1 I'lna- Msh (the erimilitv kln.ll, Yming Kn. Ilh, Initlnn limn. I, f ( nnii.lli.n type. John (iinuxr vSon CI 918 VI CHAPEL T.t!- .J The real cnJomt-nl nml healthful-1 Mess nf cgclablcs Is In bin log (liein fP,.sh, vrgetahies mv a speciniiy with' I 1 4m i mm Stock liniu Iwclve monllis In (he year. Tin I ..... i . I iiesi in e i.iiii .s nii.rr.i is hit.', t in iiiis list out for your order this week: Spliuicli, liiinilcllons, Heel (irccm. Siring IIciiiis, ' lloslon l et I nee, I loildii l.clliice, (irccn Peppers, llolhoiise ( 'limit a, ntcri'irss, Swccl Potatoes, llermiidn Polnlops, Honolulu Meets, Honolulu Onions, Spanish Onions, Hothouse Cucumbers, llhuharb, Tomatoes, I'rcsh Mus 1 1 rooin, I'resh Okrn, Salsify. The R.H. NesbitGo. (.Iiurch and l.loi streets. BRANCH STORE, 'Z75 I jlgr .vorid Avenuu. IIIDWT I I, S( IIOI.AKSIIIP. Vnlp Conies Into Pnsps)(in of $10,1111(1 for (riiiliiiilo licpnrtincut. Hy the cKplrntlon of life Interests and under the will of IVnJainln 1. Sllllinnn of tirooklyn, Vnle has lust conm Into possession of a scliolnrshlp of $10,000. I'nder the terms of th" will, tlm Income of the fund Is to go to a graduate of th" iicadcmle faculty for personal merit and good scholar ship. Up must pursue upecliil studies, not professional, prescribed hy the faculty. In some branch of literature and science, Tlm new scholarship, under the pro IkIoiim of Mr. Sllllionn'u will, is to u nanmil l lie Mill';. Hull a. JJidWi.ll Bcliul-lirnhlp. Our Cigar To ncnileineii who know Hie appearance anil (itstc, (he nrnniti nml oilier cliiii'iiilcrisllcs of n good cigar, n imeil In say liolliliifi more Hum to mention llic brnnils we curry, anil Invito nil Inspection of our stock. . 'J'o those vvIhi may mil lie so well iic(iniluteil wllh those, feat iires which coiiirlliiit'c to 11 perfect snioko, c want to My our CM; AltS arc sclecloil hy u connoisseur one who Is thoroughly perlenceil In (he selection and use of line lolmoco and knows what should he slocked to suit Hie lnsle of Individual smokers. To this, more than iin.ulilng rise, may he altrlhiilcd Hie wonderful growth in our box trade, which Is consinnlly Increasing. Another hiiporliint I'calure hi our cigar trade Is- I lie uniform and unvarying quality maintained in (he goods we liiinille (all oilier goods Included in this statement). Oner rducatril. lliorcforo, to I lie liking of nny special brand, our customers can depend upon the quality and lasle for all time. r . ' 1C74 CHAPEL ST. . 44MHHht'fi4'''l''!'f4'-'-f'f4 D. M. WELCH &-S0N, Offer CANNED ASPARAGUS. l arge cans Asparagus. 2 cans for 2."i. Makes n delicious sulad. ROYAL ANN CHERRIES. I".xlr.i heavy Syrup goods, larffe inns, 2.V per can, and we lose monrjr lit thai price. PURE HONEY. A drive In bodied Ilonpy nt Ifle. ! MOLASSES AND SYRUP. I A superior Table Syrup at IV lasses at 12 l-2c per 'nn. OLIVES. 1 Sale slid nn. A IiIr bottle of I'lne Olives, rlilicr stuffed ftr plnln, tnt 20c. A bargain In a I He bottje. POULTRY. Wo liinp very iiIcp Turkeys, Chickens nml Fowl. Sold full-dressed1. FRESH VEGETABLES. Our Fresh Yrjrrtnhlp list is n long one. Wc have cverytliliur In Ilia market nl bargain prices. CAR MAINE SEED POTATOES l nloa.lcd to-day. D. M. WELCH & SON. Nw Numbers 39-4 1 CONGRESS WENU? HFST II AVI N. FAIR HAVEN. I rlilay. April .1. I SPRING LAMB GROWN IN NORTH KILLINGWORTH, CONN,, WHERE THE GOOD ONES COME FROM FRESH MINT, ASPARAGUS, CUCUMBERS, STRING BEANS, RADISH, TOMATOES, Etc. L. C. Pfaff & Son, THE SWEET BREADS Still Selling nt 25 cents Hip pair. til (irorgp St. 10 Coneress Ave. Prices That Ought to Appeal to Everyo ie Sliced Ham '. Ini h Strictly Frpsh l"ggs IRo doi! Smoked Tongue... Hie lb (iood Table Huttcr 32(' lb Hnin ; He lb (noil Hreail l lmir "Oc bag Pork ( Imps 1'Jc lb Trla Rlsciili He pkRc S:ilt Pork Oc Hi Can Apples 10o can Onp can each Corn. Pens. Tomatoes, 2.V, Sliced Pineapple, per can, l(h SCHOENBERGER'S 015 Howard Av. 11 Shrlton Ave. HART .MARKET COMPANY This is the time and this the place to obtain all the Spring Meats, Vegetables and Fruits. To-day. Con necticut Spring Lamb. Fresh Killed Spring Chickens. Green Mint, New Car pets and Beets, Beet Tops, Dandelions. Green Olives. - Philadelphia Capons, Chickens and Squabs. 180 Temple St. IS IT ENJOYABLE? n r"" ( otii,., vnpl with defeedr (rrth l)v yon not .blnh nthcr m. ii Id b l(rea II roiira nre (hat n-nrf Nnvf don't let (ham itet hurnnd th hrlp ol good dentist. II une nf Tn.ir teeth I mlsrlnif hn us lirldRr (lis simce nllb nnr (hnl In (he nnm culor, aUsp and nil of Ihe natural PHIL! DENTAL ROOMS 701 CHAPEUST. Department ! rr . m m i per ran. A pure "UM-Fashlon" Mo. BEST MEATS. 7 and 9 CHURCH ST. 1 Phone. 1046. 1:110 anil "70 Slate St. 3.19 Grand At. 621 Elm St. 100 (iroenwood St. Strawberries. I'rcsh arrivals dully. The quality Is superior. Wp call intention to our Malaga (i rapes. Hie llncst fruit nf the year. ITiirldit Novel Oranges, Jnffns, Mhgs and Tnii(;crliics. (irnpe l'rult nl special jirleca. Clearing; sale ol .....I.... ...i ... . ..ini s iim me noon v unci ics in, less limit last fall s prices, cgct allies ;1 Hip rarer sorts. J. B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPL ST. TIIK MIUKOU KIU'IT STOHE. KEY FITTING Gun and Locktmlthln, SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO 68 Center SL, E. H, Bassell, Mr, We Are at Work Why not let us quote you a price for cleaning house,-, including carpets, rugs, etc., with our Vacuum Cleaner? Vacuum Cleaner Tel. 2700.