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THE MORNING JOURNAL-OOURIER, MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1008.
11 1 1 Suggestions for Wedding and Commencement Gifts Our largo and complete line of beautiful nnd Brtlstlo cut glass, rook crystal and Venctlsn afford a splendid field. Choice pieces fif rhlna frnm such firms as Dnulton, Ooalport, Cauldnn, Mlnton, Havilands, rmirjat, Avonlr and others are also very appropriate. A. F. WYLIE.821 Chapel St. Successor to John Bright A Co. I m kw a i pmmm a young i mmm The large Increase In our business would Indlcnto tliat, ns pro. (trosslvo decorators ot Interiors, our work must bo very satisfactory. Serin old familiar a well oh now fliers year In nml ycur out lie spruit confidence, nnd w.tlhfactlon. QUALITY Is tbo secret of this success. Wo ure lit your command. MERRELS, CRtfSS & BEARDSLEY, "PW Painters and 90-92 Orange Street. r f 4. . REAL ESTATE. in Attractive House Edgehill Road Ton rooms, two bnUis, all mod em Improvements. SECOND AVE., West Haven. On this beautiful avenue we have for aln a fine one-family house on large lot 60x230 feet. In this house there ore nine good rooms; also bath and re ception ball. Hot air beat. Price to quick buyer, $4,500. Two thousand dol lars secures thlsj fine property. MOORHEAD & DONNELLY, 82 Church Street, Ilnnnt 20. FOR SALE. On Everltt Street, nenr Whitney Avenue, a one-fnmily house of nine rooms. House now in process of eon scuotlon. Will bo rendy for occu pancy September 1. Judson 3 Hauff, Boom 402. 02 Chaoal St West Haven Building Lots Prices runge from $3.00 to $8.00 a front foot. Size or lot to suit pur. chaser, H. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St. R5 Gas Ranges $1.00 Less than DURING Get a Gas Range THE NEW HAVEN Salesroom, 93 nlm Ttii Tlotr IBi uuu iuu jjjj nfwSa ft ft M ll lllfiAMini ' Jnifffwl Save the Dollar firm to the front. A LA MIL1TAIRE. Decorators, 'Phono 839. sr REAL ESTATE. TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CHAPEL ST., Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service included. Benj. R. English. 839 Chapel Street. FOR SALE. A two-family house, lot 32x120, sit uate on Hrlstol Street. Price $.1,000. Handy to the Winchester Repenting Arms Company fuctorles. MONEY TO LOAN IX SUMS TO SUIT. L G. HOADLEY, Room 215, Washington Itulldlng. 30 CHURCH STREET, OPEN EVEXIXGS. FOR SALE. Good homes nnd lots, well located. GOOD and SURE Investments. H. J. STEVENS, 91BChnpol Street or 00 Grand Avenue. FOR SALE. A desirable one family house. D wight street, south ol Cluipel. J C. PUNDERFORD. 116 CHURCH STREET. mam 4 ACRES, RESIDENCE, $8,500 Rare purchnsc for someone. Itcuu tlful residence, 0 rooms, 4 acres, of Innd. Everything In fine condition. 1 'vi'pntloiinl nnnorlniilf v. Oolv R Mm Cull or write for particulars. Room 202, Exchange Rulldlng. Telcphono 6249-3. W. V. Gillette, Presr. Thna. F, ConnlfT, V. rre.t. G. W. F. Gillette, Ncr.-Treaa, me Gillette Construction C()i General Contractors and Builders. 313 Millie? Illdg., 1102 Impel St. Telephone 8793. Regular Prices APRIL if $31 ill or fler, Balance Order It Now GAS LIGHT CO, Crown Street WANT SHERMAN ACT AMENDED (Continued frnm First rage.) tlvs decision at least, A labor anion ! udmltH nil who uro willing to on mo j Into It and kIvo them a share In Us IxMielltH. Jiu. h h trust ever Invito you ! and mo to become. Its lieneiltlarles?" ' The decision Involves a (treat deal, 1 ho went on to statu and ho defended tho right of boycott In thu ordinary I acciptntlou of tho term and It was l hold legal by tho supremo court of errors of Connecticut, llo declared that no vested right In the purchasing power of Individuals by others, llo declared It was a hard thing to seo how tho boycott In tho Hatters' caso was llle(sal. "T'hero Is nothing vic ious In tho boycott In Us essence, It Is a power I admit and should ho used but sparingly. When It has right be hind It It Hhould bo lawful to use It. It Is nothing moro or less than tho weapon used in commercial warfare to-day." llo closed by urging them all to use their legal powers unitedly for tho attainments of tho recommendations of tho American federation of Labor. Thomas L: Wilson of Cheyenne, Wyemlng, fourth vice-president of tho National Association of Machinists, was tho last speaker. Ho declared that tho principal objection to these matters being decided by the supremo court wns that It deprived them of tho right of trial by Jury. "We'll abide by the law, of course. We've got to. But In extenuation of that statement I I want to say wo arc not going to give up our privilege ot changing tho laws." He declared tho decision would bo a great thing for the luhorlng people as It would wake them up and set them to doing something, llo consid ered the boycott matter of small Im portance, but tho Injunction nnd lia bility matters of crucial Import. llo said there was nothing In tho plat form of parties to remedy matters, It wns a question of men. Ho sarcasti cally referred to tho "full dinner pall" slogan, paying It wns full of broken promises, l'roteetlon, bo de clared, protected tbo factory but not labor, lie closed with the optimistic declaration that he believed no great evil ever came to this country without some great good camo out of It. TO HAVE CITY COLLECT REFUGE (Continued from First Page.) days we would not hesitate to give them our rubbish to take nwny In stead of wnltlog, ns nt present, until there was a big, unhenlthy, unsightly pile of it that warranted the trouble and expense of hiring a rrlvate party to do the work of carrying It away. "New Haven I Is far lienlnd tho time In this matter. P.ut even If It wero not, conditions are such that they speak eloquently for the establishment of a precedent. I do not believe per manent results can be got by any clenntng-up movement, wholesale In Its ecnpo or otherwise .unless there Is such a department." ''And what Is the second object the committee will have In mind In Its fu ture efforts Mr, Pcrnnton?" ho wns af-ked. "The obtaining of suitable means for keeping the accumulations of refuse nt the public dumps from blowing and scattering In every direction for long distance as nt present. At certain of the dumps there are high wire fences built to keep tho paper from Hying away, to he sure. Hut men nt the dumps last week found It beyond their efforts to collect all this paper behind these places last week when the HtufT was coming In so fast. It seems to mo that tho city should have some sort of a plant where all of this objectiona ble mutter can be burned. Then, too greater care should be taken to see to It that tho ashes are so left that they do not blow away, especially when garbage Is mixed with them as wo found so often to be the caee." LEGAL NOTICES. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, April 1H, HioS. EBTATK OF AtKXANHKIt C. TWIN- 1NU, late of New Haven, In said IMh- trlet, deceased, Arthur T. Hartley, Kxooutor, having marte written application for an onl"" authorizing and empowering him to sell and convey certain real ornate of paid deceased as by sold application on file in this Court more fully appears, it is ORMKKKD. That said appllcritlnn i), heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, li said District, on tho 23d day of April, 1!I08, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, and that public notlco of the pendencv of said application, and of the t,,P and place of the hearing theroon, he given by publishing this order three times In some newspaper having a cir culation In said District. lty tho Court, JUI IN h. GlLSON, a!7 3t Clerk. CALL FOIt I'llOPOSAI.N, Pealed estimates will be received by the Armory Commission until 12 o'clock noon, May 7, I'.MIS, for tho general con struction of tho proposed Armory on State, proprrly In the Clly of Mcrlden, known as the Slate Armory alto, In no eordaneo with the drawings and speci fications by Charles Soranton Palmer, architect, 4 West Main street, Merhbui, Conn., coples of which tuny he had up on application at tho ofllce of the Arch itect on or after Wednesday, April 1908, at noon. A cert Hied check, pay able to the architect, In the amount of ono hundred dollars, will be required as a deposit before Issuing 'plans and specifications to applicants therefor. The depnnlt. U to Insure tho return of all plans and specifications, when (he cnecKs win no re-nmiicil to those Is suing them. Estimates are to be submitted in strict accordance with Instructions which will be snpplted with tho plana tind speellleiitlnns and ninth estimates or bids must be accompanied by a certified check payable to tho Slate of Connecti cut In the sum of flvo thousand dollars, conditioned that the parties stibtnltllnw an estimate will, at. Hie option of do stale, or Its aulhoiized represenatlve, narce to enter into a contract with the ! Stale ot Connecticut, or Its authorise,! representnllves. to erect a building In accordance with said plans and speelll eatlntih for the sum set forth In ac cordance with said plans and specifica tions for the sum set forth In the es timate. The Armory Commission reserve the right to reject any and all bids.' proposals will be addressed to the Adjutant (leneral, Stale Capitol, Hart ford, Conn. Rn'U.Ijy ft, WOOUItl'FF, I'realdfM Armory Commission. u20 3t meet me face to pack, 1 ft' Cios I'aU'h. Draw tho latch, SImiuI by the mirror uud hol ler; If you go to ,11m And Hade with him He'll sell you a good-nttlng collar. EASTER FIXINGS FOR MEN. YOURS, DISBROW II E SELLS HATS. Comer Church nnd Center Kb CITY NOTICES. t OMMISMON' l IT.IIMAXFST I'AVI! ."F..VIS. The Commission on permanent Pavo imms will hold u public hearing in tho Aldcrumnlc Chamber, hooin i.l, Cliy Hall, Monday, April 20, 1!0X, at t o'clock p. in., for the consideration vt laying pentiiiiii'nt pavements In certain sliects und portions of Directs In Uio City of New Huven, below designated; (irand avenue, from Kast street to easterly bridge over Mill river. Prlndle street, from Woostor street to Fair street. (ieotge street, from Trtnplo street to College strsut. Slii'iinau avenue, from Chapel street to V Inlliro'i avenue. Frank street, from West street to la relay street. Creenwlcli avenue, from Klmberly avenue to tea street. Cen t ml avenue, from Wltlnrd street to West Chapel street. Mansfield street, from Profpect place to division street. Winchester avenue, from Division street to the city line. Stato street, from Neck bridge to Ferry streut. division street, from Winchester avenue to Prospect street. And Hudson street, from Wha'h-y avenue to (Inffo street. All persons Interested In the fore going are hereby notllled to bo pres. ont and be beard thereon without fur ther notice. Haled at New Haven, Connecticut, this Hth day ot April, 1H"S COMMISSION ON I'MKMANT PAVE MENTS. MAX ADI.KIt, President; KM.I'lt II. SPKUUV, ItolJ.lN S. WnoIiUCKF, SAMI i;l. A. YiiKK, JAMICS C. KKItltlOAN. Attest; JACOB CAPI.AN, nl4Dt Clerk. DEPARTMENT OK LAMPS, Room I i, City Hall. New Haven, (Vjnn. COMMI'ITF.M OX PI III, If l,l;ll I l(i. The Committee on Public Lighting of the board of Aldermen will meet in Rooms l, II, city Hall. Tuendny. April 21. at S o i lock p, in., for tho consider ation of the following petitions: Petition nf J. p. dishing, et als., for a Welshnch gas lamp on Kast Rock road, between Prospect street and Kdgelilll road. petition or Charlcg Sandiiilst tr an F.leetrlc arc light I'orner of Mansfield and Conijiton sireet. Pet II Ion of F. W. Foley for an F.lec: trlc arc light on the central green. Petition of James J. Ileslln. et als, for an electric arc light on Word street, between Sylvan and davenport ave nues. Petition of J. 11. Courtney for an elec tric arc light corner of Frank and Eddy streets. pel it Inn of ii. J. Flmgerald for an electric arc light corner of Kerry and Dover streets. Petition of 1. Knvhi Jacobs for an electric arc light corner of Kim nt ret' t and W nilirop avenue. Petition of K. M. I fford. et als., for an pleclrle arc light, corner or Win Chester avenue and Rend street. Petition of William K. Il.iose, et als for an electric arc light on Crescent street, near the city tine. petition of Solomon Freerlnian, et als., for an electric arc light on tlllhert street, between Howard avenue ami Cedar sireet. Petition of Francis p. Ryan for an electric arc light on Perkins sireet. be tween (Irand avenue and old Shore Hue railroad. Petition of J. If. Mulvey for a Wels bach gas lamp on Stale street, between (Irand avenue nnd Wall street. All persons Interested In the forego ing are hereby notllled to be present and bo beard thereon without furthoi' notice. Per order JOSEPH It. MriA'F.V, Chairman. Attest; CHARLES J. I'LATT, alS 3t limp Inspector. The Commit lee on Railroads and Bridges of tbo Board of Aldermen will hold a public hearing Tuesday, April 21, l!8, in Room 13, Clly Hall, nt 8 p. in., for the consideration of the peti tion of the N. Y N. II. ami II, R. R. Co, for permission to relocate brnnehort on Stale sireet Into (Irand avenue. All persons Interested In the forego. Ing nre hereby not Hied to bo present and be heard thereon without further notice, Per order RICHARD It. HEALY, Chairman. Attest; MICHAEL A. MOHAN. JR., a 18 3t Assistant Clly Clerk. NiOTICK TO I OYI'll 4 ('Toil ft, SEWERS AND MATERIALS. City Englncor'st nnce, No, 7 Clly Hall, New Haven, Conn,, April Id, IMS, Sealed proposals will bo received at this oftli-e until 2 p. in, April 27, J nos tor furnishing the anthracite coal, egg size, reiinired at the Clly Hall i0 tho umonnt of 100 gross tons to bo deliver ed before October I, Bins, Blank rorms ot proposal, nnd any In formation concerning plans, specifica tions, bonds, etc., will be furnished up on application. No proposal will he received after tin time specified, d nil proposals not on the blanks furnished or not properly tilled out will be rejected. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. By order of tna Director of Publl Works, C. W. KELLY, al" 3t City Engineer. EDWARD P. BRETT, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. Sawing, Turning and Jobbing In Wood of All Kinds, Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Pack. Ing Boxes. 7 TROUT STREET. ONE Invest FOR SALE. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for icven times. i'OU KAIil'': ised " pianos, Krakauor, Stelnwny, Henry K Miller, Qablor, Jacob Brothers. AH bargains. Tho A. B. Clinton Co., 33 Church street. al0 7t l'OR SALE rnrlor suit, sideboard, dining chairs, Morris chair, buffet bible, carpet, etc., all In first class condition, 62 Park street. Monday 1 to 3, or 7 to !. a20 I t l'OR SAM' Carrlago In good condi tion. Inquire of F. C. Candoe, 284 Klin St. a20 3t J'OR SALE Columbian Wyandottes and setting eggs. D. M. Frost, 16 Kim street, East Haven, 15wetf Von RA1r 3 automobiles, one Pack ard, one Franklin, one Rambler. En quire Sniedlcy Co., 2fi6 Stato droct. all Vt A Chance for Farmers and Poultry Men. FOR SALE. ENTIRE STOCK of BANKRUPT ESTATE AT LESS THAN COST PRICES. Poultry Fencing, Field and Hog Fencing, l.tiwn Fencing. An the Supply Is limited, you hhould conic quick lo gel your choice. HERBERT SMITH, ROOM 21S, 1 First National Bank Building, 12 Church Street, New Hnven, Conn. LEGAL NOTICES. District of New Haven, as., Probato Court, April 14. M08. KSTA'IK OF WILLIAM U. dl'UAN, late of 11. nmlen, In said district, deceased. The administrator, c. t. a., having made written application for an order authorizing nnd empowering him to mortnago certain real estate of said de ceased as by said application on fllo In this court more fully appears, It Is ORDERED, That slild application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate iq bo held at New Haven, In said district, on the 20tli day ot April, 1 toS. ut ten o'clock In the forenoon, and that public notice nf the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of tbo bearing thereon, be given by publishing this order three times In some newspaper huvlng a circulation In said district. F,y the Court, JOHN L OILSON, Clerk. aid 3t District of New Haven, ss, Prohate Court, April 18, lftOS. ESTATE OF MARY SI'LLIVAN, late of New Haven, In said District, de ceased. The Administrator de bonis non with the will annexed having made writ ten application for nn order authoriz ing and empowering him to sell and convey certain real estato of said de ceased ns by said application on tile In this Court more fully appears, It Is ORDERED, That said application b' heard and determined at a Court of probate to bo h"ld at New Haven, In said District, on (he 24th day of April, liios, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, an I thnt public notice of the pendency of said application, and of tho time and place of the hearing thereon, be given by publishing this order three times in some r.ewppaper having a circulation In said District. Hy the Curt. JOHN L OILSON, n20 3t Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probato court. April IS. in.ts. ESTATE OF PATRICK SI'LLIVAN, late of New Haven, in said District, de ceased. The Executor having nmde written application for an order au thorizing and empowering htm to sell end convey certain real es tate of said deceased, as by said ap plication on fllo In this Court more ful ly appears, It la ORDERED. That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said District, on the 24th day of April, llins, at ten o'clock In tho forenoon, and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, he given bv publishing this order threo times In some newspaper having a circulation In km 1.1 District. Hy tho Court. JOHN L. GITON, a 20 lit Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Trobate Court, April 1, BIOS. ESTATE OF KL1ZA SHIPMAN, late of New Haven, in said District, deceas ed. Tho Court of Probate for tho District of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six months from the date hern of for the creditors ot said deceased to bring In their claims against said eslate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will bo debarred. All persons Indebted to said estate are renucsted to make immediate pay. ment to EVELYN T. BRAY, a17 3t Executor. district of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, April 1 ii, 1908. ESTATE OF MICIIAKI. SONNENBERO, Into of New Haven, In said District, deceased. The Court of Probata for the District of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six months from the date here of for tho creditors of said deceased to bring In their claims ngalnst said es lale. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will bo debarred. All persons Indebted to said estate urn requested to mukn Immediate pay ment to IDA SONNENBERO, LOUIS BONN E N HERO, Executors. OfTlce and postofflce address, 801 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. alS lit IS IT ENJOYABLE? Do 700 like to ottiK people with defective terthf Do yon not think other mould be as distressed If yours were that wayf Nort don't let them get hej-nnd the help of aood dentist. If one of yonr teeth Is inlawing, huva us UrlUoe the spaee with one thai Is the same color, shape and ! oi the uatnrnl obo. PHIIA DENTAL ROOMS 781 CHAPEL ST. CENT A WORD. Classified Advertisements. Your Pennies and Watch Results. One cent a word tor eacn insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. AUCTION SALIC It. B. Mallory, Auo tloncur Appraiser, 1123 Chapel. 'Phono 2300. Residence 107 York. 'Phone 1000-2. Household aJe a specialty. SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE One cent a word (or eacn Invortlun, or five cents i word for soven times. SITUATION WANTED Experienced double entry bookkeeper dcsit'ca po sition, Address Q. N. T Journal Courier, aO 7t SITUATION WANTED A competent waitress desire position In private family; 33 Chapel street. all "t FOR RENT. FOR RENT. Four rooms, o a small family of adults; gas, water, toilet. $11.00; at USD Stato street. alO 3t FOR RENT House, 42 Eaat Pearl, nine rooms, improvements, lurgc lot. E. Ball, 70 Euat Pearl. o20 7t' FOR RENT A three family house, G rooms on each floor, giw, water, toilet and all Improvements. .Address W. 11. Allen, D41 Columbua Ave. Tel. 2123-4. a20 7t FOR RENT Space In good placo for tho storage of furniture. Appi' at 105 Sherman avenue. al7 3t FOR RENT Tbo very deslrablo Cheney cotttigo at Indian Neck, fur nlsbfil; ten rooms, largo bath room, cellar, electric light throughout. In quire 112 College street. a!8 7t FOR RENT At Old Lyme, Conn., near tbo old Lyme Inn, a cottngo on tbo Trowbridge place, 7 rooms and bath. Moderate rent. Mrs. E. P. Trowbridge, 258 Church St. a!3 7t FURNISHED ROOMS. One cent a word ror eacn Insertion, or tiv cents a word for seven tlmot. FOR RENT Furnished room, clean, pleasant, furnished room, on car lino; near center of city. Address M. M. C, Courier 0(1100. a!8 If One cent a word ror eacn Insertion, or five cent a woid for seven times. EDUCATIONAL Outdoor sketching in color or black nnd white. Wanted pupils to Join present class or make up scparato classes. T. R. Walte, 71 Kensington Street. m31 ti EDUCATIONAL Mr. Frederick Weld will engage tho services of a limited number of good singers for a chorus choir. Voices tried at 139 Orange Street BOILER FOR SALE! Just taken out of our quar ries, Westflcld, Mass., as pres. sure allowed under new Massa chusetts law would not be suf ficient for our requirements. It is a 66-inch, 100 H. P., H. T. boiler, built in 1892, and never has shown defect of 'any kind. Can be insured by the Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company at 85 pounds pressure. Price on appplication. JOHN S. LANE & SON, INCORPORATED, Meriden, Conn. HIS MSTCS'S voice 11 FULL LINE OF TALKING MACHINES VICTOR AND EDISON And Complete Assortment of Records for Roth. All lending ninkcs of (inns nnd Rifles Winchester, Marlln, Remington, Parker, Lefcver, linker, Itlmoa, Stevens mid other well-known makes. J. E. BASSETT, The Gun Store, 5 Church St. The Chatneld Paper Co. s t Most complete lino of Paper and Twine in State Cold Weather Here Yet "K O A L" Use W. "F. GILBERT 65 Church St JHELPJA One cent a word tor each lnaeruon, or flv cents a word far seven times. HELP WANTED Salesmen wanted, sell retail trade, your locality, )85 per month and expenses to start or commission. Experience unnecessa ry." Ilermlngson Cigar Co., Toledo, O.' alSTt WASTED FOR V. S. .ARMY Able bodied unmarried man, ostwasn 11 and 35; citizens of tho United States; of good charsctcr and temperate hab its, who ci.n speak, read and writ English. Apply Recruiting Officer, 890 . Chapel -Urust, New IUvtn; 750 Main street, Hartford; 1022 Main street, Bridgeport; IDS llank street, Water bury, jit ti irTpm iriv-pm t m... eo nnn t flvj years In the mall order busi ness and began with only a few dol lars. There are unusual opportuni ties for making money to-day, and It la not difficult to begin. If you have even small capital and want to start a mall order buLncss of your own, send for my free booklet. It tells how to make money. Address, Publisher, The Mall Order World, Box 1074, Lockport, N. T. mlltf HELP WANTED A-IIonk! Honk! Honk! Look sharp to yout interest Now Is the tlmo for young nioiv'to learn tbo auto business. A thorough knowledge of your machine and how to repair when remtlrod la what we teach you. Open cvcn.ngB. New Eng lund Auto School, 73 Broadway. 08 tf JjELFMiy One cent a word for each Insertion, or flvo cents a word for seven times. WANTED German, Hungarian or Polish girl; general housowork. 161 Orange street. al7 It JWANJJED One cent a word tor eacn Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. WANTED Jones' Select Employment jifccucy, tt i.nurcn Biruoi. .leicpnone 1401-12. Connecticut's Largos. Agency;1 male ana female help supplied for mercantile. and domestic service for any and all kinds or work. Bent any where. Open evenings. WANTED All good .alp should call here. We supply all tho best places and always need large numbers. Slee man's Reliable Employment Agency, 763 Chapel. Open evenings. irili tf NOTICE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for beven times. NOTICE The Connecticut Children' Aid Socloty, Olflce Room, 60 Brown ' & Thomson Hid g., 'Hartford, has sev eral desirable children needing family homes. Can bo adopted. al7 3t FIRELESS COOKERS. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FIRELESS COOKERS Every house keeper wants one. Let us mail you booklet containing full description, cooking recipes and testimonials from peoplo that are using them. Folding . . . . . - XT.. TT. ... A ......... 'Phone 1492. ANNOUNCEMENTS, Ope cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. ANNOUXCEM KNT Sleeman's Relia ble Employment Agency, 763 Chapel St., eatatllshed 20 years. Largest, best 1: tho Stato. Dost male and female help for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhore. Open evenings. Tel. 2322. EVERYTHING In This Line Even the Dog & CO., 0pp. P. 0. OPEX SATURDAY EVENINGS