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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1005.
"MOZART'S GRAVE" TRAVELERS' GUIDE. ashington Tours New Haven's Most ReliabU Store Poem by Poet Laureate of Eng land Given Its First Pub lication Hero. W 1 .IMPRESSIVE VALUES IN. Lone Silk Kid Gloves The cheapest Gloves to buy because they're the Best Gloves mad TREFOUSSE the Besc Gloves in the world. A rood miny oeorle ir iiking for Suede Glovei. Here irs. 12 button Snedei. Trfonne blovei In bltok, wmte, tan trm grey. $2.75 a Pair 8 Button Glace Trefouise Gloves in black, white, tan and brown, for $1.98 a Pair y Tf.tra Hmvw Ifi R n 1 1 ft b k Silk Gloves, the beit Silk SGlovet made, from Kaynr, , couble-tipped lingers, in tne Knew russets to match the otktr colon. Black and white C1 r, Poir V 12 Button Glace Trefooste Gloves in black, white, tan and brown. , $2.75 a Pair , 16 Button SiU Gloves of good Mi'eness Silk, with dou ble tip fineen, lure in black, white, tan and grey. $1.25 a Pair " 12 and 16 Batten Suede Lis'e Gloves in tan, grey, and black ani white. 75c and $1.25 Broken lot Chamois Gloves and Glace Kid Gloves, wor:h from 89cts to $1.25 69cts a Pair r K Belts In The Newest Designs jTHE "White Belts are the prettiest thinesl some cf them art shiped and severely I haven't en before. Thea there are White Crush Belts to9, All of them have JL. eachaiting buckles, pearl and gilt. The Belts are of duck and Linan. ON THE FRONT JEWELRY SECTION. 25cts and SOcts The much asked'tor Gold Belts with neat buckles for as little as 25c We've searched the Belt world for novelties, and we've found them too. Embroid ered tiasel and elastic Belts and so many design that can't be described. 50c to 13.50" Flatty New Heatherbloom Skirts 1M and $3.98 So like silk are the sew Heatherbloom Pet ticoats, so light and clean and dost-resisting is the heatherbloom itself that we're selliag them as fastis they get here.rtally. Wednesday brings ime awfully attractive new Heatherblooms. At $1 and $1.98 In black, white, avy, red, browa aid Copenhagan blue. Queen Quality Tan Oxford Ties Ten,thousnd pairs of Queen Qaility Boots are sold every day. Do yon wear them? ths Queea Quality factory is the largest womea's ihoe factory in the world. "The new Ties are the prettiest the Quem Quality people have ever made. The newest tan shades are here and Queen Quality are oa sale only at Gamble-Desmoad's For $2.80, f $.00 and $3.50 In Dainty Watst-dom The joy and comfort of being able to buy a perfectly enchanting summer Silk Waiit and without a theught to anything bat the choos ing of your color. Lovely stripes, wide an! narrow.in black and whit;, and grev; and blue and brown and other effects, som; with a fluf fy Jabeau. Any, only $3,98 Black Silk Ponees Waists; those that are quite simple and tailored, real shirtwaist, and these thit are embroidered and button ii the back and have short sleeves. They're only $2.00 and $2.49 Tailored Shirtwaists Perfectly tailored, fresh and new and clean as a whistle; all white Lawn and crispy Lawn, black and white stripes. Very smart indeed. ' $1.98 Waists for $1.38 and $1.50 Elegantly Tailored $25 and $28 Suits,, for $22.50 . J There are dark rich stripes in navy effects, and light and dark browns, really elegant Tailored Suits, made of fine English worsteds. Suits made for those who look for the highest grade tailoring.' Easter Week In The Babies' Store Eastet finery for the future belles and beaux. Mothers here are Baby Coats and Hats and Eonnets tnd Dresses, most wixsome and endearing as to style, daiaty as baby herself, yes, and himself for there are, for instance, as maay Pretty Hats for the boy babies as for the future belles. Hats and Bonnets from 26cts to $7.98 Litt'e Coats of fancy and plain serge, Bedford Cord, white and col ored, black and white check, and newest the green pongee. Loads of styles and kinds. $2.2 S to $7.59 Slightly soiled fine White Dress es, worth $1.50 to 5.50 For 98cts to $4.50 New York. April 14. The poet lnuro it i h of KukUihI linn written tli follow. Ink poem nn "MoiiH rt' ilruve" fur the Ni'W V"rk luiliipniulenl, w It li'h In ulimtt hi iippenr. Tli pi inn him not nppeitrril In 1 : i . i ti n I Mini !" Hum Riven in Mist pulillrnllun In Amerlra; Whom Ilex XPimrt? Timllt Inn shows A likely Hp.it : Hn imirh, no more: No wnriln of his own Hum illi'lo W limit rroiimd li in hn Kni'tluT Shorn, Tlie Liter im'es roiiHPil In shnmo t'n tinly lomli hiivn curved his name. Th" Sexton risked, "Wbtit mny Hit be?" "A KiipehnolHter," "linnd It In." "Tli l i mil ni'in ijmve (n nil I free. : Anil fur one inure l:( room within'. I It IIIIh the fuss.., Now trend ll ilown, I Willi pMuper, hiiiitle nnd clown." i Vet liml h" wlmirded with noiitnl Electors, olll'illniiln tl I 111 Ulllfts. ' While there welled forth from ource I prufiiiiinl The flow of Hllvory-Hiinnillnn jprlnffs, , Mimic of tfiidenirs and inlrlh, line with his very soul nl Wrth, Ami they? Where nie they? The bust, i The pliilinrulnlv iiirven tomb, i Whose trolls lieurltneil Icy rign and (HIM, None cure 10 ntnop nnd m'nn for whom, Are nil reurilnlng to express Their inotininenml noilUngnesi, Miter nml enronet, nml erown, i!ne Into unaoe Hint heml tlieni not. rnnie.inlnir pomp of (lend renown, Medley or moiinn hs long forgot, Who from the mi linn's glinitly strife Won Immortality for life. Ome, on Nile's hmik an artist rulfej A temnle at tin- WIuk'h eonimand. And on It name aniiimt emhlnjied. Itnt when a flood HiilnnerKed the land The name was washed nivny, and lo The artist's was Insiillied lielow. Tlins vanish nstenral Ions lives: lint thion'i all time, leoved Motart, Your inaKlr nieniory nurvlves, r.irt of (he universal heart; In Joy a s mpathelle strain. In sorrow soother of our pain. JHir.K rM,S ON SirilTWAt.K. Supreme Court of F.rrnr ,Tuili'o llnniiiirMcy Iiijnred. Rrldpeport, April 14. -Mr. Justice Haniinersley of the Supreme court of errore. fell on the shlewnlk while p.iss- j Ing; from the railroad station to the j court hotis" to-day, nnd was shaken up ! and sllphtly hrulfie l. At drt It was j thoueht he inlRht Iflivo Injured himself I hadly hut .Itistlre Hamtnersley took the heni'h at the opening of court. I The rnse nrguei to-dny before the j full lieni'h was that of the city of Bridgeport v, the Hrldnoport Hydrau lic company, nn Appeal In n suit for damages growing out of the cloudburst summer before last. The city lost ll race In the lower court hut took nn np peal nnd the legal questions were nrgued to-day. Personally Conducted and Independent Inclusive Rates from $12 to $50 For further particulars apply to EEZEY & KELSEY Steamship and Tourist Agents Sm 102 CHURCH STREET TELEPHONE 3209-4 EDUCATIONAL. Tirraly-fonrib Tear. t. m. c. a. nrii nia 133 Temple SlM.t. Mnej I'erlln nailer. PrrsMeat. Olo'lfeioelberg. U5-I37 m SEE WASHINGTON THE HEART OF THE NATION PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD TOURS FROM NEW YORK SIX-DAY OUTINGS April 25. Mnj 0. 111(18. fCIH Mfl Hon nil Trip All Kspense. OUTINGS TIirLH3I3-IA.Y May 7. 1908. $ 2 ,-,nC $14.50 Accorillnir to Hotel Selected. ' All Kxpnisos. All the ( lilcf rolnts of Interest ut the ntlonnl Cnpital. Detnllrd Itlnerarle nnd full Infortunium inny be ohlnlnrd of C. Studd. B. T. A., IMl.'l Uflh Avenue, Hitw York (Kjr. J. n. wimp, Pnasenger Trntlle A Kent. film. w. novn, Clenernl l'nsenarr Agent. TEMPLE ST. Noah s .nu AUKivrs. New York, April 14 A largo con- slgnment of nnlmnls, birds, nml smikes for the .ooloclral (inrdrtt nt Toledo, )., w.is broiiRlit. here to-dny from Mrnzll by the s'eiunslilp M;ininhense. The oolln ilon lnohides n bon ronstrlclor Ki feet long, n ttiplr, two biintam plieny nnts, nml n number of rranes. Only n little colli In tire hend mny be the beginning of nn obMlnnte case of Xn.al (,'itarrli. Prlve nut the In vader with Kly's (.'ream Balm ap plied (straight to the Inflamed stuffed up nlr-pnscagrs. Trice Tifle. If you prefer to use hii atumir, nsk for Liquid Cream Palm. It. has nil the good qualltl'S of the solid form of this remedy and will rid you of ca tarrh or hay fver. Xo cocaln to breed a dreadful habit. Xo mercury to dry out the secretion. Trice "Sr., with spraying tube. All druggists, or malted by Kly Pros., 53 Wnrren slreet, New York. HIGH-CLASS GERMAN RESTAURANT. Imported r.eers n Ppoplaltj. Business Mrn'i Noon f.unch SO Cents. HUNGARIAN 6YPSY ORCHESTRA. A. D. HELL Proprietor Hotel $arde Oppoikn virion Depot, KBW AVKV. CONN. Connecticut'i Largest Ho'.cl Dlnne- 12-MS. 60 Cents. AMERICAN LINE ri;niou(li lirrboutu Soutbampluit From New York Sstunlnys at 10 a. m. Xew York, Apr. 1?. I I'lilla , May 2. St. Louis, Apr. L'5. I St. l'nul, May 9. RED STAR LINE XeT York timer Anlern. V.irtcrlnnil, Apr. 18 I Kroonlnnd, .May 2. .i t'lnnil, Apr. 2fi. KIiiIh ml. May !l. O.llie, V llmndnuj, Kt York ritj. I'lerit H and ir. K. It., N. Y. tlly. Bliliop Sl Co., HIS Orange St.: M. Z un der A Buns,' 249 Statu St.; J. II. Parish & Co., Hi Orange St.; Bweezey Kel sey. 10 Churoh fit.. New Haven, eod if ewYork fuew Haven, Q Hartford FICIUtlAUY 2. 100H. The Ideal Pompa dour Is The "Haii-light" Crown Milliner say Huts of th? fash ionable ihapc fit admirably over the Ntw Hairligiit Crown Pompadour. It ii light as air, abiolutcly iani tary and holds firmly. On sale at the Belt and Jewelry ,ection, for 50cts and 75cts Prcltlly Trimmed Broad Sailors $3.49 Burnt straw broad brimmed Sai lors with a great straw ponpon to match and brown ribbon. 53.49 Marine Record. rOHT OK SF.W IHVI'.N, AitlUVKH. Srh H'iKti Kelly, Kl.viin, Jacksonville rin. Bch Olio, Kninels, llieenport. Peh Amelln Ann, ('Sniiily, Amboy. ! Pell W lille ('Intnl. Kay. New I.onilon. ('I.KAitKI. Fell Aetna. Campbell. N". Y. HHi J. I.loyd. HiiwkrblKe. Smith, . pi'h f'lioenlx. Cnrlton. Beh Webodsott, launders, N. Y. Pell Coral. Pnilth, Onset. 151 TO 16:. Ull KUt SI KKKT. HEM A I It A. NT. Lunehein. Il:3n unt; 2 Velnclt. onf HF.srn kvfm5(;s. Servl" a ! Carti. LOUIS MUTZUEK CATERINO CO. New Tontine Hotel Our 51". niixln Men' Tineh In- rlinlns Rellsli. Poop. Klull. Knlree, lioiiKl. VcKi'tahlen. Palaili" In Season, liesrl nml Tea, Coffee or Milk. There's none l.eitcr 111 New Haven. Perveil frnni 2 in. to 2 p. ni. GEO. T. WIII I'i:, Prop, HANDY'S NEW HOTEL DAVENPORT AMERICAN nnd KtROFKAN PLAN. CAFE A LA CARTE. MUSIC KVKMiNS, 0 TO 13. Corner Ornn(jo nnd Court Streets. TKLKrilONE 128. SCANDINAVIAN-AMERICAN UM 10.000 Ton Twin-Screw Panereer Steimtrt Direct to Norway, Sweden and Denmark PalliiiK lioiu New York nt noon. Twin P,rew n r TIlTpCM J'""' steanhin U, f, llCluill JVy Paloon ami up, tfeeonrl eabln S .; A. I'.. Jnnnnnn 4 In. I nromlirn OH TO UK'AIj AGKNTS. (,KM',IUI, MliriMXi KM'. New York, April 14. Sallnrt: Steamer Kronprliizedsln Cecil le. Hrenien via rivniouth anil ClierlionrK. Pnble Inland. N. P., April It. Steam er rrenlilent Lincoln, tlnnihiirft. Hou loene and Plymouth for New York. In communication with the Marconi sta tion here when 7fol tnllen east of Pa inly Hook at R:30 a. m., probably dork at 8 a. in. Friday. (ieii'iH. April in. -Arrived: Steamer Haiinlo. New York via Naples. CopotihaKen, April 1 4. Arrived : Htenuier Sannlo, New York for Naples. Copcnhriften, April 14.- Arrived; Steamer Mellll Olav, New York. Nanles. Anrfl 1 1. Arrived : Steamers t.iilslana. New York; ReKlna d'ltalla w York. Marseille:, Anrll 1,1. Arrived; Sleam or Hooia, New York via Naples. Antwerp. April 14. Arrived: Steam er Kroonland, Nw York via Havre. New York, Anrll 14. Arrived: Strain er Alice, Trieste, Palled: Steamer Pre toria, Mamhm'K- eroucnDT WITHOUT EXTRAVAGANCE HOTEL ViDQDSTQK W43"-ST.?,";.SSNWY0RI4 NEW TWELVS 8T0RV FIRE PROOF TRANSIENT HOTEL XF,W l,no MHIK NOTE. ' New lionilon. April 14. --Arrived: Tuar ; Frederb k K. Ives, with six ImrRes from wept. ; Prilled; Schooners Teliima. Morgan, 'ifrrni New York). HanRnr; ,1. V. Vel 1 Huston. Hanson, i from Pouth Amhoyi. Kastpcrt, M; Uoblen Ball. Shanklln, (from New Bedford). New York: Fred die Faton. K'clley, for New York; Grace T. Willard. I rrom I'rovlrlenee i. New York; Horizon, I from Newport HI New York; l.orlnir C. , Hallnrd. for ewport; K Robert Robinson, with one bare bound weft. AWAIT OI'IMOX. Rorits to Gh-e Oho on (Irndo Crossing Mntlcr. It is expeetetl that at the next meet ing of the board of aldermen an opin ion will be rendered by the corpora tion counsel rcsariliiiK the renpoiifdhll it.y for abolishing the 111 grade cross ings In the Ninth ward. Kx-Alder- tnan Henry Donovan and the erodings iibolls-hed. Ho thought It would be 'belter for the rail road, an well as the. city to have, these dangerous crossings abolished. hoard oiyiiK.irit Minns. KKItOSUNF. KXPLOPKS. Dr. Wrlglit (iivrs Monthly Report on JtClllllM. The regular nicctliu; of (lie boanl I nf liealt.li was held yctenlay. Ii j Wright iniiiln his monthly report, showing the number of deaths uutl causes (hiring the past month. The i report also showed that there were prominent In starting this matter In ! "' ,g ,.alM f dlphtherln. 31 of scarlet the board of aldermen, said yesterday, ; ho r homo to-day. Hiev were t- s ((f hof, Thp dro,hs Tvhen asked about the status of the ; i'" ok u. noun o uo- mu uc, i (.inm),rmI m02 case, that the report of the corporation j tnyP with ker.weno oil. and cmiIosIoii Thp ,. ,,,,,, aRnhl(lt thc ndlectors are decreasing somewhat, Mother and Dnunliler Dmigeriiiil,v Rui'iicil In Starting I'lrc. r.ristol, April 14. Airs. Km II Cote who has boon 1 V,H'1 seriously and her daughter Annie, aged sixteen, .probnbly dually luinied at their home to-day. They were nt- counsel would be very exhaustive and:1'1" I"1"'1'' cettniK lire lo trie clothes go into the matter in all of lln de- of ''"th. They rushed niiUide, and tails and say Just who should pay for Ighbors ca me to tludr asslsta nee and the promised changes. He' Uought i Pt the flames out, imt not before that with the report before the alder men .the mat er might be passed upon in a short time. Mr. tonovan said the mother had been badly burned, and the On ugbter'a body anl faco charred. "I. the latter, the .In.-Virs that the people of tlv; f&rti were very i say, thut her recovery is very iloubt Juus to have the matter started fuL tlmiigli they are still above what they were a year ago, OAflTOniA, l)pa, , tll, ?Tt,B w Vou Have Always Boujjt Booklovers Take Notice A Clearance Sale Hiter. of Hamburg-American. wrkki.y pkhvhV: TO i,iimi(i-t ttts ii mm no a li I It H I ,T A H l I , V. S i i v. y O A By Large, Luxurious Twin-Screw Steamers: all modern appointments. OHIce 37 IVn '. V., or any local Agent. White Star Line NEW YORK-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL Oilrle, Apr. 2. I f ellle, llHjr T. Arnlile, Apr. 30 I Ilnlllc, May I I. I'Ull .i: 1UUK M:2U, U.ai, xi.bl, :au, 6;um, xS :lu. s:4o. V.ia, "lu:au, in., iZ-.ui, it-.LV, 'u2:Zi, '1;:6, 2:ot, f.'li, -J.o:, 'tif.ii, f.io, f.n. n:uo, '.u, i:u, 'i:u v:ud. ti;Jj p. in. tiiiiidujB :2U, -4:46, xi:6o, " (s : u J u. in., U:uu, 'llba, '2;ua, i-. j:uj,-x():lu1 U:i, 'i-.ii. -a.ou. :u u, in l or Uiuiuliifcitiu la Hnrlnu Hlver -i:uu p. in., -u:uu, ingai, dally.. tur lliimun tut llariiuru aud Willi iiiiiiiiii -i..,, u, m -4;u6 o, m fur llumua tin Alciv luuudun and rroniliuii '2:zv, 'i-.ob ,r.it, 11:43, a. in., "i:;u5, -1:42, mi:ub, 4:20, 4;i6, -!h:i:', -i.uli, p. in. bundaye f.i), : j u. in., 'li-.Ua, '2:ia, 'i:o, ?;&, P. in. i I. I.r lltlaL.M I.. U.iHl-..UnlJ ILIII nrontlTrnr, a. ,. ;i . ... .,.45. .fi.j,,. . .... Hunitivi -i;iu a. 111., 'i;4D, "6:4tt p. 111. I" or llnriturd, tsnriuuurlu. Etc. 1:10 x4:ii, ti;uo, i:4d, iu:m', il:il, a. m xlIUU, l;ib, ;1U, l:ilo, x5:UU, moA&, b:t, ;:lu, 1 10 liai'troidl, xs:10, 9:62 p. in. hundaj n;iu, x!:u!i, xi::45. a. m., inn, -o:i(i, ciu, xs;iu, xV.iD p. in. Kur r l.undun. Etc-. 2:U. '2:55. i.-ti. ii..Lo, iv Duyuruuiw. ' ii;tf a. ni..i ii.vo. "ii':43. 'i.oo. a:ub. '4:zo. 'tisa. d:jo, u:ih, 110 PayDrooK), :42. 'l:vb, U:au, uo buybrook). p. m. Sundayg s:l'u, '2:65, :0a, u. ni '12:05, '2:bb 1:0.1, 1 : jo p. 111. jh Kur .MIiIiIIpiuwb, Wllllnisntle, EtcXj? :;ii a. 111., 11M, 6:02. p. m. tJuiidayd f 7:20 p. 111. I PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURB-SOUTHAMPTON Orennle, Mny II. Teutnnle, Mny 13. Atlrlntlc, Apr. 22, tnJ-Mlc, Apr. 211. BOSTON-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL ' KiibI Twin Screw M11II Mlpntnem, of '11,400 lo in.AllO (ens. CYMIIIC, April 22, 8 p. m. .Mny 23. SKW YOI1K Trt IT A I V AMI IIOXTOX I U I I ML I A In Arnres, Madeira, Cillirnllnr, neitiihlle, Apr. IS. I r rede. Mny D. i. I ( Itoniiinle, Apr. 25. nnuplc, Mny 10 room9 with running water, $1 .b0 ano vp With bath, $p and up. suites, $5 and up write for particulars. Wire for reservations, our expense. W. H. VALIQUETTE, Manaof.r. lo THE BERWICK. Rutland, vt. for plans, ele., apply to Company OfTlee, 11 Hrnailway, N. ;, or 34 State St India Hnlldlng, Boston, or to Sweezey St Kelsey, Kl (,'hureli street, Bishop ,t (.'o., 1S5 orange street; .1. II. 1'arisn & Co., 3U Orange street, New Haven. ni2B mwf HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE Twin Screw Passenger Service. NKYV lOHK HOT THRUAM Via BOU' LOONK. Rtatendnm, Apr. 22 Tvndam.... May 6 N.Ams'dain, Apr.29 Fotsdam ..May 13 Hulland-Amcrlen Line, till U'nay, N. V Or Local Agent. For Mielliurne l''n!ln, Etc. 7:44 a. in. 12:20 (to New Hartford), 4:01, 5:54 p. m UO I'Siiieiu;. j I For WnlPrhurj :50 (via. Naiieatuelil Junction), 8:uu, 0:112, a. in. 2:35,, 5:45c i .in. ji:iu, p. in. ounuays t.io; llilfl a. m 0:4fi, s:50 p. in. For A limled .f.:B0 (via 1 NancatiirU Junction), 0:32 a. in., 2:36, 6:46, 7:40 pi in. Sundays 8:2S n. m 6:4!i n. m. f For I'lllRHrld nnd Inlerini'illnle I'olat o:oi (via iirifixeport). :32ta. in. 3:62 in. niioKenoru :uo p. ni. isunaays t , . in i.i iiiRrjiui a. III. I For l llchlleld 0:32 a. in.. 4:06 n. tJ Duiionys cno (via uringeport a. m. -r.xiiress irains. xLocul expfees. HParlor car limited. w. (4. Biv.im. r. c. coi.ev. Gen, Sunt. Ant, Urn. Van, Afftf Starin's N. Y. & N. H. Link DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY. Vl' PASSKNtiKH ANU FIIEIGHT SERVICE" Leaves New Haven 9:00 p. m., Starlri Pier, foot of Brown Street. Lfavt' New York 9:no p. m Cortlandt Streeti Pier No. 13, N. R. Fare 75e., excurslo tickets J1.25. Rooms 1. Tike Chap el Street cars to Brewery street. C. H. FISHKH, Agent, New Hnven, Conn itUittir iviqafiM ATLANTIC CITY. HOTEL OSTEND A hole nioelt Ocean Front. ATLANTIC ( 'IT V. 4 0 il rooms overlook the ocean; 200 With batlu Capacity, lion. Hncsl ruble; sea wnler baths. Heated sea water swim ming pool, elevator, orchestra. Auto met is trains. Write for literal lire. American plan $ 1 2.RU up weeklv. Spe cial family rates. J. P. UAHTKrt.Mgr. of Fine Editions of Standard Authors at Greatly reduced prices List on Application EDWIN C. HILL COMPANY Publisher and Importer 437 Fifth Avenue, New York, MONTICELLO Atlimllc. City. N. J.. Kentucky nve near iicucii. The lintel for comfort. Near all at tractions. Modern high class, home like. Private but lis. Capacity nno. 10 up weeklv. Booklet. A. C. 10KHOMI, HOTEL TRAYMORE. ATLANTIC CITY. N. .1. Open Throughout the Year. A HoU'l Celebrated for Its Home, Com fort s I'll MOM K IIOTICI, ( . Chan O. Maruue.Ua 0. 8. White Manager President ANCHOR LINE ' Glasgow and Londonderry. fiHHim from New Vork every Saturday New Twin-Screw Steamships Tnllfornla," "Cnleilonln" nml "Colum bln" Average passage 7'4 days.) and Favorite Sleamshlp "Fiirneln" Splendid accoinmndat Ions. Excellent Service. Sl,HO VIIU.no. Ull7.no and K72..MI. sf.idm) i ih, izr,o ani $411. THIRD ( LANS. r-7. nnd aH.7n. Applv to IIKNOKnSON BROTH MRS. New Vork; or J. Mnslarde, 04 Crown St.,Rlshop iv Co., 1Sii Orange St., ,1. A. Hwcnson, nil State St., or Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St., New Haven. At J New Haven Litis CAD NEW YORK, THE rUllSOUTH AND WEST FARES 11EUUCED. STEAMER. RICHARD PECK. From firvr Haven Leave Belle DccM dallv, except Mondays l:3U a. m. vieutu New York heave Pier 28, Eae River, near Catharine at., 3:00 p.m. deal: exeent Sundays. Time between Nevi Haven and New York about five hounl Tickets and stateroom at Bishop t Co.'s, 1S6 Orange street, also at Bell Dock and on Stenmer. GEO. C. nr,ACK, Agent, New Haven. F. C. COLIC Y. A. G, P. A.. New York. C atering 111 (ill Its brandies by skilled and experienced pcupk;: ' weddings, banquets, dinners, parlies, teas, etc. Good taste; good quality. Mlnee IMes ond l'luni Puddings to order, lixpcil enceil "niters and cooks l'uriiished. The E. J. Williams Catering Co.. 47 ELM STKKET, OVER NESUIT'S. ENGRAVED VISITING CARDS and ADDRESS DIES FRENCH LINE. Conmnsnl (ieneraie . TranantlantlanJ Direct JOlno to HA V'RB-JAK1S, Frenoi Hailing every jhuksuai, 10 a, ra. From Pier 42, North River, New York. La Lorraine April ll La Touraine ' April ll Ii Savole April 3 !a Provence May 1 La tirralne May It, La Touraine May 2jf Twln-serew steamer. ' h Apply to French Line, It State St. N. t or sweerey & Kelsey, uz t;nurcn 8U Bishop sr. co,, its orange bu, Parish ft Co- l( Orunx Bt W. L. WIGHTMAN 101 ORANGE T. Room 1. 1st Floor. Furniture1 Piano . . . MOVINI STORAGE WAREHOUSE. Let ua quote rates for you Spring moving or storage. The Peck & Bishop Company TELEPHONE 1201.