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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COUHIER, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1008.
r .J I . i 'I f I . i, .U1 . I .oil' S SECOND SILK Sixty-Nine Cents for 85c to l.OOa Yard Silks. Now Havon shoppors have evident ly boon waiting for such an opportun ity as this, for tho rcsponso was Instan taneous and onthuslastlcl All day long, the counters were lined with eager buyers and wo oxpoct Tuosday will bring hundreds moro. The silks are worth from 85c to 1.00 a yard. There Is not an undesirable pat tern In the whole collection and they aro all this soason's latest designs and color combinations. In the showing are Fancy Taffetas, Chevrons, Pekln stripes and Black and White checks, also Plain Taffeta In rlvC BlackandWhlto. Sale price vVJ See Window Display. Tl?e(jiasHopi?(o- , iNESBIT MAY GO ON , 'Judge Oager Refuses to Issue 1 1 an Injunction Against the ti Liveryman. iSOME CHANGES ORDERED U ' 4 ' 1 i Woman to Sue City for Injuries He- . t.i -. I i - i.s. m u nni iirn n iJiniu en a I ire Hit Her. A - .CW'H Judire (.'ne'er handert ilou-n n 'jclnlorv. In the superior court jvRter ret .day that will be of great Interest to n Ja great many residents In the Temple f1 If trect district of the city. The dp ticlslnn was In tho case of Mary Kaln '"jher. et Rl., vs. James L. Nesblt. ft al. "j jThe defendant In the suit Is the well :'knnwn livery man on Tomplo street 'linear Grove, The suit was an old one, .Jliavlng' been carried on the docket of I A he cioirt since June, 1 0 4 . It was '. -v(n appllcntlon for a permanent ln y unction forbidding the liveryman LV "rom conducting a stable at the place -tV"tt...t,ll.t.n.l I. ..l,.l....l .1 'gjftyfs unhealthy and a nuisance gen , i;jrall.v. Judge (.lager says that he . '. thinks the olnce has been run with , '-."ft-easonnble tare and with certain .jVulnor provlsh ns as to the care and I. ij i'mnvn I rif tmimiv, nwrl na I.. ntUr. '?:4ua.Uprs tho stable will be allowed to S'ontlmie. H An Interesting feature of the de. I' lsloii l:i the mention 'niuite tit Hie 'Wit't'inlnsr houscH adjacent to the otahle VijWiere, Hheff. students Ihv. A recent pllng of the faculty which prohibits Miore than a certain number of boys o room In cne hotisa Is mentioned u the decision. This ruling It will be ememhered came as the result of the. Undent troubles a year ago when the allrnnd bridge over the Canal road as set allre twice by the bovs. ' The memorandum of tho Judge's lpclslnii In the case follows: '' "The proof does not warrant timi ng a livery stable. In this place. Is se a nulMinre, The stable has lot, however, been In all respects so fdndueted, as not to give occasion to veil grounded complaint. Tho sub stantial trouble arises from tin. odor n vrm weather. This has been due o the lack of water for closet facll tlca and failure to use those provided ml to unnecessary accumulation of ooniire nnd careless handling of the ame. The other allegations of nul ance have not been found. Gener lly the Htnblo appears to hnve been pt reason tbly well. At all tlmea Its ondltion has, as a stable, been sunl iry. Perhaps conditions will arise hich will show that the stnble Is er se a nuisance, Such a. condition oph not yet exist. The nuisance Is aused by a tenant. It doeti not ap enr that tha landlord authorized or jonsented to It. As the use of the remifies 'or a livery stable Is not er se a nuisance. I do not see that ie landlord Is liable. Up to the time the rule of tho lentiflc fclmol limiting the number !f students in a, bouse went. Into of- ct the rooms of plaintiffs' houses oro all In active demand, uid the lor, though occasionally noticeable, uised serious trouble, A decree should Issue enjoining the -slj f.;ndant, Nesblt. under a penalty of "'1,000, by himself, his agents, ser- . i'.Winti and employes, from using or rmlttlcig the use nf the premises. pi Temple street, ns and fur a llverv lahle without at. all times havi.ig id maintaining thereon a convenb'itt id sanitary water closet, with pr ip- sewer connections, and rpq iirlag ch closet to be used by nil pi rs.'iis -on the premises having occasion r such use, and from causing or immltting manure to he collected id to remain elsewhere on said emlscs than In the pit provided for e same, and from permitting man- ;p to remain in such pit for a ' -ingsr period than seven days wlth- ; it removal therefrom, nnd requiring 7 jm In such removal to use all rea. J ,: jnahle care to prevent odors arising .erefrom by unnecessary shaking up DAY OF SALE and exposure of such manure, and that the plaintiff.', except raid Gree ley, recover of the defendant Nesblt one (et of costs taxed at ji ( i and It appearfnR that the plaintiff ("Sreelcy has, since this action was brought, ceased to he Interested In the prem ises 3t3 Temple street. Judgment U given for the defendants us against him, but tvlthout costs, and Judg ment Is also given for thi defendant Barnnm but, under the circumstances without conn. t'iAC.KR, J. 1'nlted Workmen Suit. Judge (iaser jesterday also handed down decisions In two other cases. One was In the suit of the Grand lodge, A. O. C W.. of Connecticut against the Grand lodge of A. O. t. W. of Massachusetts. A motion to strike out was denied. Mrs. Sleeves (Jets Divorce. The other decision was In the case of Grorglana Sterves vs. Joseph Whitfield fiteeves, an CN-parte divorce suit. The couple were married In Derby on November 4, lflO". The de cree was grnnted on the grounds of Intolerable (ruelty. A chance of name was allowed by the Judge, but no alimony, Sues City for Injuries. Mrs. Theresa Fischer, wife of Rich ard Fischer of "1 Lafayettt- street, yesterday morning notified City Clerk James J. Devlne of a suit pending against the city for damages alleged to have been received from a falling branch of a tree In Chapel street, op posite Gill wired. Through her at torney, William A. Wright, she claims that the city employes were trimming the tree nnd without any warning to people passing or ropes to protect tho public, the branch fell from the tree, striking her on the head. Sties Telegraph Company. Suit to recover $5,000 damages for the death of Stephen Cnsgrove has been brought against the Western Cnlon Telegraph company by Thom h Cosgrove of Grand avenue, a brother of the dead man and admin istrator of his estate. Cosgrovn was working on a pole high In tho air In Westvllle In No vember, 1 U0R, and fell, receiving In juries that resulted In his death later In Grace hospital, Refore he (lied, Attorney Charles S, Hamilton, rep resenting him, brought, suit agnlnst the Western Union Telegraph com pany for $20,000 damages, but this action was abated hy the death, The latest suit Is returnable to the su perior court. The limit, of a damage suit for a death Is $5,000. Hobcrt W hite Iwtnte, More claimants for a share of the estate of Robert White, an elderly man who died In West Haven six years ago leaving $5,000 In cash In tho New Haven Savings bank, have appeared. When White (lied, no rel atives could hu found, and as the man never told his associates much about himself his hplrs could not be located. Lucius V. Hall of the New Haven Savings bank was appointed administrator. Since the matter was brought Into the prohate court two people living In Springfield, ()., and others In Springfield, 111,, have laid claim to the estate on the ground that they are nephews and nieces. Yesterday ex-Judge Livingston V. Cleaveland told Judge Stud ley that he represents other people In Springfield, III., who also claim to he heirs. The matter was continued until May 20 In order ha testimony may be obtained from Judge Cleaveland's clients, Sheriff Hugo Appointed. Counsel for the creditors and heirs In the estute of Adam Menu, former proprietor nf the Turkish baths of York street, In the probate court, yes terday agreed on the appointment of Sheriff Philip Hugo as administrator of Mr. Henn's estate, which Is valued at nhout SS.ono, There have been several hearings on this appointment and at which ex Judge Zacher appeared for the cred itors and Attorney Good hart for the heirs could not agree on an admin istrator. On the suggestion of Mr. TOBACCO YES, DEAR READER, Mattoon Cube Mix Is Ihe Ideal i!x loluioeo cool nnd fragrant. ' li l absolutely free from Mlipclre J ami Mil deleterious Ingredient. I It Is simply good, clean, choice grade tobacco m blended ns to make a delightful smoke. Not a Tongue-Bite in a Ton. And we do lllornlly handle It by tho tun, sending It pretty much all mcr tho r. s. Sample sl.e, 15c tins. Xcxt sl.e, 35c tins. 14-11) tins, 75e; l-l tins, $1.25. Pound class Jars, $1.51), j MATTOON stores 80S Impel Street, Corner Orange, Hugo both sides acq.desceil In this choice, ami JiiiIk Htudley named the sheriff. Settled Out of Court. The case of Jennie Hchncldcr of j Anonla rnlnst tho Conneetlcut , company, which was pending In thi I superior court, will not go to trial, j Counsel liijlhp rne have agreed to a i stipulation by which the plaintiff ! shall receive $ 1 00. j rialntiff sued for JS.OftO nn account. , of Injuries suffered by being run Into ! by ft trulley iar at Main and Or-en I streets. An."nln, August 23, 1 907. I IHsorderly Homo ( nse. As the result of raids on three dis orderly houses by the central police Saturday night, Mary Mornn of ; l'rlndln alley and ygne 8colard of i 14 Trlndle alley, both paid flnr, nf Jlno nnd costs of J2.R2 In the police court yesterday. The following were fined for resid ing In the houses; Mary rtoyd, Kva. Taylor. Mabel Androus, Nellie Hen derson, $7 with costs of 2.5l each. Thomas Roberta and Thomas Condy, who w.re also arrested, were fined $5 with costs of $1.91. SISTKKX nOYROX TKIU, TO-DAY The sixteen New tlaven boys are now under arrest for riding on freight trains, stoning section workmen, nnd breaking windows In the West Haven Ruckle company's plnnt by throwing stones ns they ride by freight cars, will come to trial In the West Haven town court this morning. d. . n. covGitnss mi:v,ts. Sevrnleoiitli Annual Srwlnn Open In Washington The Plans. Washington, April 20. The seven teenth continental congress of the National society of the Daughters of the American Revolution convened here to-day In Memorial Contln-nlat hall with an unusually large attend lance. The congress will be In se.slon for six days. The prospects are that It will not afford as much exclt-ment ns some previous ones, but the selec tion of ten vice-presidents general and the discussion of proposed amend inents to the constitution will nfiord considerable Interest for the dele. I gales. The vice-presidents general whose terms of oitlce expire this year nnd whose places nre to be filled' are Mrs. Robert Kmory l'ark, Georgia; Mrs, Richard Jackson Itarker, Rhode la land; Mrs. Truman H. Newberry. Michigan; Mrs. Theodore C. Rates. Massachusetts; Miss Clara I,ee How man, Connecticut; Mrs. Drayton W. I'.ushnell. Iowa; Mrs. Snllle Marshall Hardy, Kentucky; Mrs. Ira H. Kvhus, Texas and Mrs. A. K. Heneherger, Vir ginia. A number of social functions be given In honor of the Daughters dur lug the week. Mn Thursday resident Roosevelt will receive them at the W hite House. To-night they have been Invited to attend a reception in oonor of the president general. Mrs, Don all McLean, given by Mrs, Charles G. Terry of New York, one of he vice-presidents general, nnd Mrs. Hen ry S. Rowron of New York, asslst int historian of the society. The 3ons of the American Revolution of the Dis trict of Columbia, w ill give n cel'diin tlon in honor ot the Daughters on Fri day night. The first session of the congress wns called to order at 10 o'clock this mor ning by the president general. Mrs. Donald McLean. She made an ad dress of welcome, followed by brief responses by a number of the national olllcers. The morning session was concluded with an address of welcome to the D. A. R. from the Sons of the American Revolution by their presi dent, Judge Anderson. A HOOSKVKLT OAK. Knsl llnven to llnvo One Sent by (he President. President Roosevelt has directed that a memorial be sent, to TCast Haven to mark the site where General Lafayette encamped In the revolution. Word to this effect was received yes terday by Mrs. Kdwnrd F. Thompson, as president, of tho Woman's club of Last Haven, which organization re cently petitioned tlie president 'or ft tree, and also Congressman Sperry to use his Influence In their behalf. The White House letter In respnnsa reads In substance ns follows: White House, April 1 R, inos. Your letter asking the president lo furnish a. memorial tree to be planted on the ground where General Lafay ette encamped has been received, Tlie president will he very glad to comply with this request, and has dlnefed thnt the tree be forwarded. Sincerely yours, WILLIAM LdKIt, JR., Secretary to the President. STOLi; WATCH IX HI, The stable of L. K. Rosen berg, a Congress avenue merchant, corner of Lafayette and Prince streets, w,is broken open some time Sunday night and watch dog stolen. The intruder! cut up a harness, evidently for the purpose of lying up and leading an-ay the watch dog. The Howard avenue police are Investigating, IN SOCIETY Professor Lewis (), HraMow and Mrs, Hrastow, of Cottage street, will sail on .May 30 for a year abroad. They will spend the summer In tier many and next winter In Florence and Rome. ' Fur the "Feast of Flowers," which will bo given hi Foy auditorium to morrow and Thursday nights for the Florence Crltienimi mission and Trin ity M. IS, church, iiniisunl Interest has been expressed, and the sale of tickets promise a splendid sum for each of the good causes. The versea for the story will be rend by Miss Ruth Phil lips, nnd the flower songa will bo sung by Mr. Wallace Moyle nnd Miss Minna Storm, Mr, Kdward Woodstock nnd Master Raymond Clark will also assist In the music. There will be a num. her of llitln children In the drills nnd dances, costumed as flowers and fairies, who nre the very daintiest of pictures in their frocks. There will he several special features, Including excellent music by n splendid orchen tra. The list of patronessea for the pageant which opens at 8 o'clock each evening follows; Mrs. Rollln s. Wood ruff, Mrs. W. P. Tuttle, Mrs. I", P. Newton, Mrs. F. C. Perry, Mrs. Henry Warner, Mrs. Frank LucUey, Mrs. 11. n. Armstrong, Mrs, H. F. Armstrong, Miss Armstrong, Mrs. F. H. Ponton, Mrs. J. D. Welch, Mrs. L A. Rettcher, Mrs. Ell Mix, Mrs. A. J. Crawford, Mrs. R. R. Manross, Mra. J. A. How arth, Mrs. Mario Augur nnd Mrs. Thomas Wyre. Very pretty Indeed was the wedding of Miss F.mma Isabel Hart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jay Hart, to Mr. James Webb Roofh. of llnrt ford, sou of Mrs. Josephine Rooth, of that city, which took place at 7 o'clock last evening In Dwlgbt Place church. The decorations of palms and F.aster lilies were very handsome nnd appropriate to the season. Miss Hart was given In marriage by her nlher. She wore a princess gown nf white satin messn llne over white taffeta, trimmed with exquisite lace, nnd a tulle veil fasten ed with orange blossoms. Her bou quet was of IIHob of the valley. Her attendant, Miss Frances Webb Rooth. of Hartford, wore a gown of while chiffon cloth over taffeta and carried pink roses. The groom was attended by his brother, Mr. Arthur W. Rooth. nf Rostnn. Rev. Dr. W. W. I.eete wag the officiating clergyman. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roofh left town last night, and on Thursdny will sail on the steamer nermudlan for a three weeks sojourn In the Rermudas. The bride's travel Ing costume was a. tailored suit of blue, broadcloth, with hat to match. After July I they will be nt home at 51 Vernon street, Hartford. Mr. Rooth Is prominent In Hartford bust nrss circles. ANxr i, sau:. The ia,p f si. John's P. K. church at Orange and Humphrey streets wdll hold their annual Faster sale on Wed nesday afternoon from 2 until R o'clock. Should the day be stormy the wile will be held the following nfternoon. Many useful nnd ornamental articles' will us on sale. GOFS To PIIOVTIMCNCR It was announced nt the offices of the New Haven road yesterday that owing to Inconvenience It hns been decided to transfer the accounting for the Rhode Island Seeurltlea company to Providence nnd C. A. Rnhcock, comptroller, hns been appointed In charge of the offices at Provlden.-e. Cracker Sale ! To-day and To-morrow. One of our genuine "Cost Sales." ALL OF THE NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY'S Regular 10c Package Goods for Sc Package. S. S. ADAMS. Two Telephones. Coll 41MI0 or 4H0I, MAIN STttllK, t OIC. UTA'in AMI court s i itn; r. Ilrnneli (Merest .t.HI llnnnril Ae., 743 ftrnnri Aif (10(1 ll.i.Tnril Ave., T Hliel ton Ave., inn t.liijrd St. ANNOUNCEMENT. I desire to nnnnunee to the public tlint I ii m now siting In tlie rnpneltr of Knmlly Representative In houses nf mourning during the funernl porloili attending to tlu ninny ilctnllw which prenent themselven nt surh n tlmei ren ilerlnn nsslstnnee to filncrnl dlreHnr, nnd representing III tninllj- on nil oe. enslons. Alllllnteil with nil lending un der inkers. Mil. ,1, VUl.l HM lit VM V Telcuhone tUS.'l-4. MORTUARY CHAPEL, LflS & Mayox.k's mortuary chapel l freely tendered to those who, because of in sulTicent space at their residences. or for other reasons are in need of a place where funenl services may be conducted in a quirt manner, and, if desired, perfect seclusion. DEATHS. LYNCH In tills city April 20, mis .lolm n. !,yiic'h, nt hi Kimberly ave nue. Requiem high muss ivlll he celebrated at F. Peler's ehureli Wednesdn v morning nt 9 o'clock. 1'lense mult flowers. Merlden papers plense copy, a 2 1 It Cut Flowers and Flowering Plants John N. Champion & Co. offer an overstock of Imported French' Prunes at 18 cents, reduced from 22 cents. Also 190S Maple Sugar, newly made from new season's sap. 25 Cts.ll), Brazil Ntll:, new croj finest quality, at l() ctS. 11). 381 State Strf.kt. I We have n tine assortment of very cliolco 11I1I wines (eight jenrs old), boltled by us under Ihe "HIMU.O cri:st" nn n, whirl) is 11 sunicioii eiiiiraolce of the qmillly. Those who nre piiyhiK more for nn Imporled wine should find out whnt n HK.ll-t.H ADK ( nil forn la product la like. y Diablo Crest Brand rniiM nf I be follow Injt wines: PORT Sn SIIMUItV ROc ANGKI.rCA ROc Mni:iMA..... roo MAI.AUA 60c S2.no 92.no 92.00 92.no 92.no 0 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 rots and Beets, Beet Tops, Dandelions, Green Olives. Philadelphia Capons, Chickens and Squabs. 180 Tempi St. Among' Other Selections: Choice Native Spring' Lamb 1 and Green Peas. The B.H. MesbitGo. Church and lOliu Streets. BRANCH STORE, 275 Ilne-.vood Avenue. FRBU CTlATKIKI.n, pr..,, nnrl Tress. JAM KS 11, CHATKIKI.I), Si-y The Geo, M, Gram Go, MASONS MS SENEIUl COBJutSJS. Rnom 201, Kxcdixnit" lllilir. Tel. 2ft6 Uii ciuiytil St, HINDS OlT OF IKysl'ITAI,. Pntrolman Deniilw Mine, who ivm shot by n hurclfir nt urnnne hioI KiI warrld streetw n month iiko h.'is lieen dlttelinrned from ,St. Ili phnel's insiilt al flivl Is now ot hlH homu In taints pitreet, Suggestions For the Season. FRESH FRUITS. (.riipclnili, OriuiKcs, Ihinanns, Rod linnanas, Apples, Oregon Apples, rinenpplos, lemons, FRESH VEGETABLES. .VspiiniKUs, Heels, (turota, Celery, Cultc. Kg Tlnnt, Lettuce, r.oniiiKlii Onions, Ovsterpliint, Peppers, HndUlirn, Mushrooms, Mini, Sphiucli, Strlnu Hpuiis, Squash, Tomatoes Hwcot I'otutoes, J(huhiiri), llcrmtulii I'otntoes I FRESH POULTRY. J Sprlntr ClilcUens, Unillors, Ducks, t'nponi, Fowls, Roast Chick- I l 1 i ns, juriiojs nun Mpnm.i. t FRESH MEATS. Crown I.niiib, I,e(r Ijinib, Saddle l.nnib, Chops, Rib Roast, Por terhouse Roust. Delmouleo Kouxt, Shoulder Roast, Veal RoHht, Will Cutlet, Wnl Chops, Wnl Su;w, Sugar-Cured llnm, Suusape, Spiirorlb, I'orli Chops, Calves' Liver, Sweetbreads, lincon, Kidneys, J OUR FAMOUS PORTERHOUSE STEAKS. The S. W. xixKi'noxK 1U78. duality High-Price Low. TURKEYS. We linc r.mry Turkejn, Clilcliens nnil Fowl. CHOICE HAMS. The lirti StiRiir-f ureil Hnms In the innrket. Tliey will eult jou. FRESH EGGS. Not I be ordinary rne rpRS, hut strictly rresl).ntlierrd Fpg, sold wltlj n Riinrnntnr IS nnd 20c rr dozen. CALIFORNIA ORANGES. Tlie nnest Nncl tHangcs oblnlnnble. Rcdlunds fruit from 20c pe doen lip. FANCY (iltM'F rnriT. ' ' , . D. M. WELCH & SON. New Numbon 33-40 CONGRESS AVENUE WFST HAVEN. FAIR HAVEN. TneMlny, April 21, HAM THE NICE KIND. L. C. PFAFF & SON 7 and 9 Church Street. Tel. 10 in. 01 (ieorce Kt. II) CongreM Ave. 1310 FOR MONDAY Fresh Shoulders, Pork. . . 9c Sliced Ham 16c Hamburg Steak, 3 lbs. . ,25c Frankfurts, lb 12c Large Grape Fruit, each.. 7c Navel Oranges, dozen 15c SCHOENBERGER'S S15 Howard Av-i. 11 Shelton Ave. POST LENTEN NEWS The expected Hohhv lilnlio and Holly Hriilte peppermint roiifcelloiw arrived Snlnnlny. Hobby lilnlie-i, Mioliisses color, peppermint flavor; Holly HriikeH, white wigar pcppcriiiliiis 10c per tin. CLOVER LEAF SUGAR WAFERS. Are nbout one Inch Hipinre; have vnullln W'z center mid nre stamped with three rour-lcnfcil clover'. The bi'Mt vnliie of any iloinesllc filled wafer ever packed In tin 15 cculn. BALDWIN APPLES. Picked by liiind mid kept In n cellar nn III now: excellent llnvor 10 cents per ipnirt, (ir ccnls per peck. TOHNfilLBERT&ISON, KEY FITTING Can and Locksmithin,. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO 13 Center S! E. II. Bassell, Mgr, I'aterlng in all Its brandies by skilled and experienced pcoploi weddings, bnnipiels, dinners, parties, teas, eto, (.ond tnsic; good quality. Milieu Pies and riurn riiddings to order. Kxperl enced wallers nnd cooks furnished, The E. J. Williams Catering Co., it Kl'M ,'iTHF.I.T, OVER NtSIJlT'a and Watercress. Hurlburt Co. 1074 CHAPEL ST. '08. Have you bml any trouble In getting (rood llum? Tim chanee are you linve. Scarce article, very difficult to pet Hie kind you can roll). It Is In vnrlnbly loo salt or tough, larking that Bwret, dcliclnuis linm-flnvor of old. We offer OCR OWN CTRED HAMS, prcpured ncpoidlng to a method adopt ed by im fifty years ugo. We lake the greatpst of pains to produce a mild, Kwppt and tpnder nrtlclp. We fppl Jus tilled In haying thnt there Is nothing like our HAMS on thp mnrkpt to-day. .May vp Induce you to try tiein? and 770 State St. S3 Grand Ate. Good Bread Flour, bag.. .70c Best Tub Butter ...31c Canned Goods, 3 for....25o Beans, per quart 8c Magnolia Milk, can 10c Broken Rice, per lb , 5c, 621 Elm St 150 Greenwood St. Strawberries. Fresh arrivals dally. Tho quality In superior. We call attention to our Malaga (irapeH, (ho llnent fruit of the year. Florida Navel Oranges, Jaffan, Kings and Tangerine!). ' (irnpo Fruit at Hpecltil prices. Clearing unle of Apples nil Ihe good varieties ut less than Inst fall's prices. Vegetables of llio rarer sons, J S. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. THE MlIUtOH FRUIT STORE. I The Nonpareil Laundry co. (Incorporated.! HIGH-CLASS WOR.K. We do the work for the leading fam ilies and stores. 271 Blalcliley Av New Havai Coiti. UJn . m . lir , Why not let us quote you a price for cleaning house, including carpets, rugs, etc., with our Vacuum Cleaner ? 1 Tel. 2700, Cleaner