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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1908.
11 s it tt ! -it (5 r 'J rw , arc; FOl thi tlf M Uft; od( (I REAL ESTATE. Fine Brick House Crown St., Neap York St $7,500. A CINCH! Who Wants It? One of tho best located building lots I In tho Eighth ward, one block from Whitney avenue; nlco level land, fuo 'lug tlio south, 30x130 feet; worth $2,500. Will bo sold for $1,725. M00RHEAD & DONNELLY, B2 Church Street, Room 20. FOR SALE. ' A one-family house on Lawrence Btrert, nenr Whitney avenue; 11 Cooms. Hot water heat Two-thirds of purchase i)rlco can remain on mortgage. Price $11,000. Judson s Hauff, Room 402. Q02 Chaos! St West Haven Building Lots Prices runeo from $3.00 to, $8.00 a front foot. Size of lot to suit pur chaser. H V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orang St. TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CHAPEL ST., Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service included. Benj. R. English. 830 Chapel Street. FOK SALE. A two-famlly house, lot 32x120, sit Uate on Bristol Street. Price $:t,0()0. Handy to tho Winchester Kcpeutiog ! Arms Compimy factories. MONEY TO LOAN IX SUMS TO SLIT. L G. HOADLEY, Hootn 215, Washington Building. 30 CHUKCH STKllET, OPKN KVEXIXGS. FOR SALE. Good homes and lots, well located. GOOD and HI HE Investments. H. J. STEVENS, 016 Chapel Street or 00 Grand Avenue. A desirable one fumlly house. D wight street, south of Chapel. J 0, FUNDERFORD, 116 CHUKCIt STREET. 14 ACRtS, RESIDENCE, $8,500 Hiiro purchase for someone. Beau j tlful residence, 0 rooms, acres of I land. Everything in fine condition. ! j;xccptioiml opportunity. Only $8,S00. i Cnll or write for particulars. j Room 20a, Exchange Building, j Telephone G249-3. i h.uujiu.i iLiagacra Fredrique R. Lewis, 139 Orange St. DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Office of tho Town Clerk. Tho following papers wore filed In! tho town clerk's otflco yesterday: AVurriiuty Deeds. T. C. MePnrtlnnd to J. M. Singleton, land lloaoon avenue, 50 foot. I Hubert JO. Warner, Jr., to W. T. At water, ft. ul.. lun.l IIIU Htroet, 3S foot. i Lenox Really Co. to Ella M. Cotton, land Goffe street, 4.", foot. ! John S. ogilvle to Purls of Trinity church, land, Morris Covo, MS fret, i H. D. Sheehan to Margaret Sheehan land Peck street, 4 5 foot. MortftngcH. Terence Early to Frank Crowley, land Putnam street, 30 foot; $2,000. T. I' Sheehan to Elizabeth E. Franklin, land Pock street, 45 feet Rulldlng Permits. Owner, F,. Arnold; description anil location, repair to building damaged by flro at 232-240 State street. BOOKS ADDED. List of New Publications at the Pub lic, Iilhrury. The following now books have been added to tho public Jlbrary: rictlon. Day II. F. King Spruce, MeCutchcon, G. D. Tho Husband's ol Edith. Smedloy, C. The Daughter. Taylor, M. I. The Reaping. Watts, M. S. The Tenants. Non-Fiction. Abbott, E. II. On tho Training of Parents. Baker, P. C. Brooke, S. A. Brown. Ci. B. llow We Hoar. Four Victorian Foots Rornbrant Ills Life and Work. Buchanan, A. Tho Ileal Australia. Hussy, D. Eugene Delacroix. Chapman, J. W. Another Mllo; and other addresses. Day, I.. P. Enamelling. Duncan, E. Melodies and How to Harmonize Them. Duncan, E. Key to Melodies and How to llarmonl.o Them. Forster, II. (J. A. English Social ism of To-day. Goffroy, G. Los Museos d'Europe. Madrid. Glasenapp, R. Life of Richard Wagner, vol. 6. Gordon, A. It. tlons of Genesis. Hanauer, J. E. Tho Early Tradl-Folk-loro of the Holy Land. Hume, D. What Music Is, Hungarian Question, The. (Anon.) Israels, J. Kembrandt. Kenne, A. H. The World's Peoples. Lolth, W. C Dllley, A. h. and Review. I.ucy, H. W. Apologia Dltfldontls. Modernism; a Record Memories of Elht rarllnments. I.uther, M. Dettors; Selected and Trans., by M. A. Currle. Maekinnon, J. History of Modern Liberty; vol. 3. The Strupglo With tho Stuarts. Marshall, II. M. Cathedral Cities of France. Mnrurchl, O. The Roman Forum and tho I'alane. Mnsson, J. Lucretius; Epicurean and Poet Mollone, A. IT., nnd Drummond, M. Elements of Psychology. Morrill, S. Ancient .lertiFtalem. Meyer, F. S. Ornamentalo For menlehre. Oesterley, W. O. R nnd Box. O. IT. The Religion and Worship of the Synagogue. Page, A. On Organ riaylng: "bints to young organists." Poaroe, ('. W. Practical Hints nnd Suggestions for Organ Accompani ment to tho Psalms. Pythian, .1. E. Fifty Years of Modern Painting. Richardson, A. M. Choir Training, bnsod on Voice Production. Shlnn, F. G. Elementary Ear Training. Shlnn, F. G. Musical Memory and Its Cultivation. Symons, A. Cities of Italy. . Tonislln, IT. F. Threo Vagabonds In Frlosland. Vaughan, C. E. Types of Tragic Drama. AVatson, W. P. Tho Future of Japan, Wedgwood, J, T. r'omprehenslvo Dictionary of Organ Stops. THE Anthony & Ellithorpe Company Special Attention Given Property. to Care of Several Choice Houses In tho Best Sections of the City for Sale. Money to Loan on Real Estnto. FIRE INSURANCE. TELEPHONE 50 IS. 204-205 a 002 CHAPEL STREET. Home Seekers desiring a model house in the best residential section should examine three houses we arc bulldlitf? on Llmlcn Street, between Livingston nnd Orange Streets. Open for in. spcctloti. Dullt with great care. Onk floors, tiled vestibule nnd Imtb- room ant. floxi: All rooms light nnd plens Lnrgc, deep verandas. Lot 1. Prices right. Very easy terms, if desired. Buy of Die builder. CLASSIFIED (His vent u woi'U tor each Insertion, or tivo eoutn u word fur sevon times. I THM'l i iuo Don't buy nny f innlture for j our liuusit or cottage until yotl ('.'ill at llio City Auction Rooms, rumor S 1 r, i o and Court streets. Wn have II vo Honrs devote, to furniture, carpets, nig anil rvory otlirr household lie- 0essity. lf you have some you don't want, lot us know, Telephone UiiUM inS .It end ANNOUNCEMENT Lawn mowers sharpened In an automatic machine by George Thompson and niinle to rim easy, picked up and delivered for $1.00. 152 George St,, near Congress Ave. m7 2t ' A ANNOUNCEMENT Shore cottage signs, Ice. cream and soda banners. Phillips Sln Shop, 828 Chapel street. ni7 7t .YXXOVNt'F.MF.NT Pattern making, machine forging, maehltio work of every description. Auto repairing. Tho Rowland Machine Co. in." Hot AXXOl'XCF.MF.XT Dogs boarded and trained at reasonable prices. W. A, Jlodglns, Madison, Conn. ml "t AXXOVM.i;SIKXT Carriages and wagons repaired- and painted to pleiu-o you. F. M. Fowler. 140 Whal loy. Telephone. m2 tt AX0VXC;MI;XT Sleemans Kella blo Emp'oyuioat- Agency, 6'i Chupe! St., I'stalllhhed 20 yean. Largtxt, best 1: tho State. Best male and female help for any and all kinds oi work. Sent anywhere. Open cvtnlnga. Tut 322. CITY NOTICES. The Cemmlitec on Building anl Building Lines of the Imnrd f Aldermen will lio'd a politic hearing Friday, M.iv V l'.eiS, at S p. 111. la Itnom 1 I, Cl'.y Hall, for the consideration of the fol low lug: I lie petition or S. H. Warren, et a'., for tlie rstaldlHlniioal of MilMIng 1 i n--hj 011 l.ilgrwood avenue, lie) ween I'uiost ul reel and Vale aveniip; petition of (. A. Altman for building lines on Auburn street, i'otltion of .luleg Wnw fur build- I tur 1 ne on nort 1 1 c or . nelson ave nue, ami petition of Alderinan-at luge J. I'Miiiund .Miller lor ni'W building lines on olive sired, I'utnani sir, el an, I Coninioree sireet. All persons Intereste, In the fnrogo Ing are hereby notllleil to lie present and lie beard t hereon without further notice, per order NUMIOLAS J. LEONARD, t 'halrnian. Attest: Mlt'H ET, A. MOHAN, .lit., mint Assistant riiy Clerk. The Commit tee cm Sewers ami Squares of the Hoard of Alderioen will hold :t public bearing Krl.lav. M.iy S, l!in;, nt S p. to. Iii ltooiii tft-11, city Ilill. for the cnnsliler.it Ion of the following iietlilnns: 1'otltlon of Denver nil's On. for Sew ers In Henry .Uunsrm and Creseent streets: pMliion of Victor M. Tyler, et ol.. for e.iteh bai-'in at northwest enrior of W livliester nvenue and Cave ?. 1 , and petition of C. !'.. Sl'iire, et als,, for ll.ig jmle at Quinnltilae park. All poisons Interested are hereby notltled to be present and he heard tlieron without further notlee. Per order WILLIAM It. M RI)WK, Ch.ilnnnn. . Atttnt: MICHAEL A Ml lit N, .11! ml St ssl. tant City clerk. LEGAL NOTICES. l'dstrlrt .of New llavpn. ss. probate 1 ourt. May 5, l'eis. I EST ATK "F M A V M ANHI-'I I', 1 .1 1, late of j New Haven. In said lbstrb't, deceas- cd. I The Court of Probate for the Plstrlet of New llnven h.it h limited and iii pointed sl'i months from the date her,., of for tie' creditors of said deee.as d to In lug In tin Ir cialoia against saio estate. Those who neglect to exhibit thler elaiins within paid time will be debaned. All persons Indebted to said estate are reiiior.l e( to nuilte lniivedlate pay ment, to M UiV A. MA. VP EI El ,D, STANLEY HU P HIT. mt "t Executors. District of New Haven, ps. Probate Court, May 2, !!)08. ESTATE OE AGXKS TW V Hit 1 1 I E. late of Hrookiyn, N. Y.. owning prop erty In said hlstrlet, deceased. The Court nt Probate for tho District of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six months frni.i the date here, of tor the creditors of paid deceased to bring In their claims nualnsl nabl es tate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said lime will lie deba rred. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate pay ment to E. Oil A NT TROWmtinilE. mfi 3t Administrator. District of New Haven, ss. Probate (.'ourt, May 5, 1liox. An agreement for the adoption of Adah Halrd of New Brunswick. N, .!., In said District, a minor, having been exhibited to 'his Court for approval by Ceovge WllHam Uoemer and Ida May Roomer of orange, the persons to whom said minor .Is thereby given In adop tion, It Is nUDEItED, That the 12tli day of May, 1!oS, at ten o'clock In the fme noon, at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said District, be nnd the same Is appointed for a. hearing on Ihe approval of said agreement, uud Ihls Couil directs that public notice of the time and place of said hearing be given by .publishing this order threo times In some newsnaper having a cir culation In said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GIT.RON', mfi Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, May 1, 10ns. EST AT 10 OP OLIVER E. MAII'UV,, late of Philadelphia, Pn., owning property In sold Dipt riot, deceased, The Court nf Probate for (he Dlslrlct of New Haven hath limited and ap nnlnled six months from the date here of for the creditors of said deceased to bring In their claims against, said es i late. Those who neglect to exhibit : their claims within said Ome will be l debarred, All persons Indebted to paid estate : are requested to make Immediate pay i ment to I NELLIE M. SITirr. in 0 :tt Administratrix. 1 (Jetting Apart ami Together. ' (Waterhtiry American.) It is hard for Princeton and Oor j nell to get along together, and them Is so much recrimination over tliffcr j cures that slicing upon small provoea ! lion, (hut probably tho two universities i will do wHI to suspend hoslllllles for a year or two. They will come together again with better feeling afterward. Temporary separation between Vale nnd llai'viird, or Brown and Dartmouth, Is usually followed by a season of good I feeling. fine cent a word for each Inna-tlon, or tlvo cunts a word for uviu timet. VG)l).Mt).T-.-Tlll';-SUl'M -line of the finest collagen in this vicini ty. Twelve rooms, uniquely planned, expensively finished, fully und haod somely furnished, threo lire-places; all modern Improvements with per fect sanitation. Stable and auto ac commodations, If desired; $S00 for long season; less for shorter time. Send for descriptive leaflet. Frederick M. Ward. New Haven. nil 7t FOK K F, X T Furnished. Tho largo housu on "Biu-nes' " Island, Thlmblo Island. Win. II. Barnes, Stony Creek, Conn. &30 U INDIAN Nl'X'li Trowbrldgo cottage, next to Montoweso House. John T. Sloan Co. "ll -I M'M.MKU COTTAGi;S FOH ltl'AT Furnished cottages with gas and water, $250, $200, $125 alid $100 for wenson, Merwln's Beach, Woodmont. T. Sharpe, Woodmont. ft'-9 71 siLMiatTtnTAtiFS von hkxt Shoio cottages fronting water. Ap ply W. E. Cjulgley, Woodmont. a29 71 Sl'MMKKOTTAtJK VOW. lll'.XT Fine cottage with good view; all lnuirovements. Address, Werner Cot tage, Woodmont. a-' SI MMKH C01T(;E I'OU UKNT The best collage In the best location In Woodmont. Apply, Postmaster. a29 7t SI 'MM EH COTTAGE IOH KENT At Indian Keck, boarding house, of 10 looping rooms, furnished, ror sciuson. Also cottages by week or month. D. W. Buckingham, Indian Neck. 128 30 1 SHORE COTTAtil'S FOR SALE and rent. MUs So.stwlck, Shoro Beach. a28 7t SLMMI'll COri'AGF. FOR RENT l'ine 17 room furnished cottage at Bran ford Point. Could bo used Tor boarding bouse. Modern Improve ments. Coo. Parker, Branford Point. a2S7t SI MMI.R COTTAGES FOH RENT Desiraldo collages with lmprove- no'llts $ 1 no to $:i0 for the season. Mrs. lleiirv C. lleers, Ctishman House, .Short Beach, Conn. 'Phono 107-3. a28 30t SI MMI.R (OITAGI.S f'OK R1:NT Five cottages on blurt nt Pino Orchard. Several others; all Im provements. Call or address Post master. a2S 30t One cent a word for oacn Insertloli, or tlve cents a word for .even time. FOR SALE A new six room house, ga and water; almost within the W hite city, Savin Kock, Terms right. Address L., This Oltlco. m5 "t CORNER lot, 1 Ort feet front by 120 feet deep; cheap for cash. James McGovern, 113 Dudley St., Ronton, Mass. nio 7t REAL ESTATE FOR 8LE 5 cen tral hotisis, 8 to 14 rooms each; all Improvements: $4,000 to $7,000 Handsom.) twelve room Guilford house, two barns, thirteen acres nf bind, live minutes' walk from station on shore road, $4,000. Wm. It. 11 Hewitt, SIS Chapel St. a30 tf REM, EST M E FOR SALE Flue new residence, East Hock Road between Whitney and Edgehlli. Will be sold very cheap as owner Is leav ing town and has 110 use for It. Rceeh er Realty Co.. 831 Chapel St. lU'II 7t CITY NOTICES. The Committer on Abatement of Tnx- r-s of the noit.t ot Atiiermen win nni-i U ltll'lic neilllllK r l iiia.i , ;mil, o, i;,", in S p. ni. in Room 13, City Hall, for the consideration of the following peti tions: 1'etltion of Mary Freeman, Julia I.lar ;;an, Michael Tor. inn, Samuel Cohen, Ellen 'inlnlan, Mlrlnm Hemingway esl I'. L. Frank, Elizabeth T. Healer, Thom as Dnuahoiio. Catherine Mct.lrath, and Catherine and Joseph Apt for abate ment of ta X'.'S. All persons Interested In the forego ing are herby nolllled to be present and be heard thereon without further notice. per order MICHAEL nrriKE, Chairman. Attest: MICHAEL MOHAN. JR., ml 3t Assistant City Clerk. MI'I'ICR TO ( 0TIIA(TllltS, CITY ENGINEERS OF KICK, No, 17 City Hull, Now Haven, Conn., May B, 1 DOS. Sealed proposals will be received nt this olllee until HI a. in., May 8, lOiift. For pnvlng with crushed Btono Divi sion street, from Winchester avenue to Dlxwill avenue; Nowhall street frnni Division street to Ivy street; St. ltonan sireet. from Edwards street to High land street; Webster street, from Win chester a voiiiip tn t luffe street; Wlnthrop avenue, from (,'eorgn ttret to Oak sireet; Whlln street, from Congress avenue to Columbus avenue, and Ros ette sireet, from Howard aveniio to Morris street. Hlank lorms of proposal nnd nny In formation concerning plans, speelflcn tlotis, bonds, etc., will be furnished up on application. No proposal will be received after the lime specified, and 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. Hy order nf the Commission on Per manent Pavement. C, W. KELLY, ' nil! 3t City Knglneor. ninros i,s unit com,. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF I'lll.lCH SERVICE. Room 1, Police Building, 1il5 Court St., Now Haven, Conn., May 2, 111(18. Sealed bids will be received by the Cnmmllteo on Supplies ot the Depart ment, of Police Service up to 2 o'clock p. m., May IS. Ilms, for furnishing the City of New Haven with Two hundred (20V) gross tons, morn or loss, ii best Lehigh coal (egg), de livered and put In at the several police buildings In the city In such quantities as may be required. ' The above proposals must be address ed to the Committee on Supplies of the Department of Police Service, endorsed "Mids for Coal" on the envelope, and must be accompanied with a cert hied check for tlve ( .'i ) per cent, of the full amount of the bid, payableto Jonathan N. Howe, Controller. The Committee on Supplies reserves Hie right to either accept nny or re ject all bids. ED WARP EE HTM AN, ART Mt'l'l N. DEAN, Committee on Supplies, Attest: AiuTini v.rniLLirs, Uil'il CXaxK' ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR RENT. Ono cent a word for cnoh insertion, or live conti a word for beven Union. I.IMii: street, lirst floor, new house, $:i7.rill, Orange street apartment, eight rooniP, $17, Orange Street, sec ond lloor, seven rooms, $30. Frederick M. Ward, fii!5 Chnpel street, Exchange building. mS 1 1 'OR RENT 6 rooms; first floor; $18. 61 Dlxwell Ave. mfi 7t I'OR RENT Flat, 104 Brownell Street, 7 rooms, $30 a month. Tho John T. Sloan. Co., 87 Orango St., , m 5 tf FOR RENT Lower floor, 318 Orch ard Street; all Improvements, to gether with stable and workshop. 11. C. nretssfelder, Exchange Building. m5 7t NEW HOl'SE WestvlUo. One four loom flat; all Improvements. One six room Hat; all Improvement. Ad dress, Walker, Courier. ml 7t LARGE CORNER STOR E Western .part of city. Good location for grocery, specialty 'or drug business. Address. Walker. Courier. ml 71" t FOR RENT Flat 20 East Pearl St, fl rooms; $23 a month. The John T. Sloan Co., 87 Orange St. m5 tf FOR RENT Five rooms, 137 Scran ton, noor Sherman; $14.00. ml t FOR RENT The desirable properly No. 73 York Siinre, nicely located and surrounded by largo grounds; suitable for professor's or phsslclan's residence or for sanitarium, tor run particulars and admission card apply to Henry C. BretEfeldor, Exchange Building. "1 "l I'OR RENT 3 rooms for light house keeping, 781 Chapel street, over Win. Frank & Co., $15.00; Steam heat Included. Beecher Realty Co., 831 Chajpe St. a29 "t FOR RENT Lower flat 780 George St., ilx rooms and two In attic; all Improvements; $22, Batson, 82 Church St a29 7t FOR RENT 72(5 George St., between .Sherman and Wlnthrop Aves., whole house, most new, 10 rooms; all Im provements; set range and furnace; huge yard; $40.00. Edw. Malley, 805 Malley Building. &28 7t FOR RENT No. 1319 Boulevard. 10 rooms; all Improvements; $400 per year. Tho John T. Bloan Co., 87 Or ange St. a23 tf FOR RENT 135 rooms nnd bath. Co,, 87 Orango Ht. Blatchley Ave., 6 Tho John T. Sloan a23 tf FOR RENT 68 Cold Spring St., 12 rooms; improvements. Tho John T. Sloan Co., 87 Orango flt a23 tf FOR RENT 409 Orange St., 11 rooms; Improvements; $660 per year. Tho John T. Sloan Co., 87 Or nnge St. a23 tf FOR RENT 11 1-2 Park St., iz rooms; $600 per year. The John T. Sloan Co., 87 orange St. a23 tf FOR RENT 13 University Place, 9 rooms; Improvements; $420 per year. The John T. Sloan Co., 87 or antt St. a28 tf FOR RENT 60 Asylum St,; Improve ments; $18 per month. The John T. Sloan Co., 87 Orango St. a23 tf FOR RENT Flat 1505 Chapel St., 7 rooms. Tho John T. Sloan Co., 87 oriingn St. a23 tt FOH RENT Flat, 6 rooms, 22 Crown St., $17 per month. Tho j0)m -r. Sloan Co a23 tf, FOR RENT 83 Howard Ave., 7 rooms, bath; $25 per month. Tho John T. Sloan Co., 87 Orange St. a23 tf FOR RENT 61 Adellno St., 4 rooms, $11 per month; 307 Columbus Ave., 4 rooms, $11 per month; 92 Greene St., 5 rooms, $14 per month; 165 Washington Ave., 4 rooms, $11 per month; 5 small houses, $10 and $12 per month. Tho John T. Sloan Co., 87 Orange St. a23 tf FURNISHED ROOMS. one eenl: a word for eaon Insertion, or nve cents a word for seven time.. FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT A large, pleasant front furnUhed room In private family on Broadway. Address, E. J. B., Courier Ofllce. m5 it FURNISH ED ROOMS FOR RENT All conveniences; private set bowls; formerly residence. 668 Chapel, ml 14t FOR RENT Furnished room, clean, pleasant, furnished room, on car line; nenr center of city. Address M. M. C, Courier olllee. a!8 tf FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT Nice, pleasant sleeping room; cen tral location. Address 1). P., Courier Office, a28 tf UNFURNISHED ROOMS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven time.. UNTT'R N ISII ED ROOMS FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms, parlor and connecting bed room, pleasantly situated, central location. Address, J. 'C., Courier Office. a28 tf Ilvker Why did yoti give up smok ing? Pykor-In order to marry a rich widow. Hvker T fall to see the connection. Pykor She refused to give up her weeds unless I gave up mine. Mrs. Hashem 1 thought you were to take those tablets before meals In stead of after, Mr. Blffkins? Hlffklns That's what the doctor tobl me to do. but I guess It doesn't make uiu' diHeriuicB while I board wlia mu," FOR SALE. One rent a word for each insertion, or flv. rent, a word for seven times. IOH SALE First class banjo nnd guitar. Music, Courier Ofllce, m7 2t I'OR SALIC 1 extension top carriage, I Stanhope phaeton. Stable rear of 30!) Edgewood Ave. m7 2t FOR SALE Cadillac automobile, one cylinder, 10 horso power; first class condition. Inquire I. Schwartz, HI Temple. 111O 7t VOM SALE 21 foot sail boat In commission; full Inventory. For particulars address Edw. W. Putney, Mllford, Conn. m 3t FOR 8AM1 Tho "Merry Widow" hair cut for men. Archey, the Bar ber, 100 1-2 George, ml) 71 ( FOR BALK Very cheap, a touring car In splendid condition; seats live. Owner a local man of responsibility, but has not tho time for Its use. Jones, 23 Church street. ni5 7t FRIDAYS, Salmon 12 cents, 9 cents; Sardines 12 cents, 4 1-2 cents. Jones, 111 Meadow. PIANOS for sale and to rent. Best to select from at Ai Church street. Tho A. B. Clinton Co. m5 tf I'OR SALE Angle lamps, cleanest, safest, cheapest light Agency, 300 Bossed St. m5 7t FOR SALE Plnno bargains: One Ann upright plnno, $150; one concert grand piano, $125; good square pianos, $'.'0; piano player (new), $173, Easy terms. G. T. Blrks, 1103 Chapel St. ni3 7t FOR SALE Sheet music. The A. B. Clinton Co., 33 Church fit. m4 tf PHONOGRAPHS nnd records. The A. B. Clinton Co., 33 Church street. m5 tf FOR SALE Household furniture; must be sold at once. Call from 9 a. ni. to 6 p. m. 824 Grand Ave. m4 7t FOR SALE Fine Mathushek square piano; mahognny case; reasonable. Will give cover and stool. 23 Court street. m4 7t FOR RALE Entire furniture (Includ ing new plnno) of fourteen room cottage at Morris Covo for sale very cheap for prompt cash. Address, Good, P. O. Box, 767, New York. m.4 7t FOR RLF Two second hand bowl ing tables for sale cheap. Apply J. F. Toole, 1151 Chapel St. m2 7t Al'TOMOBILKS bought and sold. Have now on bnnd In fine condi tion, touring and runabout enrs. Come and make your wife and children hap py while you can. F. M. Fowler, 1460 Whnlley, Telephone. m2 tf FOR SALE Lady's "P.ny" bicycle; good running condition; $10. Piatt's. 330 State street.'' a30 7t CARRIAGES nnd wagons, all kinds. Come and take them away. F. M. Fowler, 1460 Whalley. Telephone. m2 tf One cont a word for eacn lnservlen, or five cents a word for seven times. AUCTrON SALE R. B. Mallory, Auc tloneer and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel. 'Phono 2360. Residence 434 Edge wood Ave. 'Phone 2481-?. Household sales a specialty. AUCTION City Auction Rooms, State, cor. Court street. Iirgest nnd most responsible auction house In the city. Conducted by business men on a busi ness basis. Hesiills not promises. Reg ular auctions Thursdays and Saturdays. Visit our now carpet rooms; everything In furniture. 1118 "t AUCTION SALE-r-L. Bostwick, auc tioneer and appraiser, 43 Orange. Telephone 1 524-12. ni5 60t AUCTION !AI.K Furnishings of Ald rlch house, State street, corner Whit ing, continues Friday 10 a. m. R. B. Mallory. . m8 H . j One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven timet FIRELESS COOKERS Every house keeper wants one. Let us mall you booklet containing full description, cooking recipes and testimonials from people that are using them. Folding Mattress , Co., New Haven Agents. 'Phono 1492. MEDICAL One cent a word ror each insertion, or five cents a word for sevon times. MAMCTHK, shampoo, facial massage. marcel waving, superfluous hair ro moved, electric treatment (Dr. Cum mlngs' method). Mrs. II. E. Chamber lain, 938 Chapel street,' Telephone. m7 tf One cent a word ror eacn insertion, or five oents a wold for seven times. EDUCATIONAL Outdoor sketching In color or black and white. Wantod pupils to Join present class or make up separate classes. T. R. Watte, 71 Kensington Street m31tf EDUCATION A It Mr. Frederick Weld will engage the services of a limited number of good singers for a chorus choir. Voices tried at 139 Orango street. .JDRGAL One cent, a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. PUT, Organ Instruction. Including dally, use ot good motor instrument; $1.50 a week. Organist, Journal-Courier. mS it, WANTED. On. e.at a word tor each Insertion, or live cent, a word for seven times. WAXTIT) Six first class paper hang ers, $3.25 per day. Answer at one to Springfield Wull Paper house, 5T Harrison Ave., Sprlngticld, Mass, mT 3t WANTED To supply best help, Mrs, 15. Heboid, 52 Court street. ni6 306 WANTED Young lady deHlres room and board; state location and terms. Address, L,, This Olllce. m5 3t WAXTLD Jones' Select Employment Agency, 22 Church stroot Tolephons 1401-12. Connecticut's Largos. Agency; male and femalo help supplied for mercunillo and domestic service fur, any and all kinds of work. Sent any where. Open evenings. WANTED All good atlp should call hero. Wn supply all tho best placed ami always need large numbers. Slee man's Reliable Employment Agency,! 763 Chapel. Open evenings. ml4 tf, WANTKI) Mrs. Blebuld, Private Agent cy Wanted situations for first cla.S cooks; German girl 11s waitress; good girls for housework; references; 54 Court street mS H . . . .. . FURNISHED ROOM WANTED Ono cent a word for each Insertion, or 11 v a certs a word for seven times. , FURNISHED ROOM WANTED OneD furnished room for light housokocp-, Ing not In center of city. Replyji with price. Mrs. Anna Curtla, 671). Chapel St. mo 3ti One rent a word tor eacn insertion, or live cents a word for ..van tLm.s. WANTIWFIvo pnperhangors and flvo painters. Address Little, Somors Hyatt, Moriden, Conn. m7 7t ; HELP WANTED Young man toJ work In bottling works. Must ba' 21 and willing. Apply, Jacob Strauss, 27-29 Goorgo St. . , WANTED FOR 17. S. ARMY Able bodied unmarried men, betwwn ill and 35; citizens of the United States; VL g'fuu I'Ui ..v ivt aim iriuuinw 110.W-. lis, who o n speak, read and writ English. Apply Recruiting OlJlcor, ,890 Chapel -treot, New ILvtn; 75S Mala . street Hartford; 1022 Main street Bridgeport; 199 Bank: itreoV .Water-! bury. lit tt HELP WANTED 1 made $60,000 la flvi 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 is not uuucuii iu ui'hiu. n you nave even small capital and want to startl a mall order business of your own,, eend for my free booklet. It tells how. to muke mone;y. Address, Publishers The Mall Order World, Box 1074.! Lockport, N. Y. mil tf I 4 HELP WANTED Honk! HonUlil Honk! Look sharp to your Interest,' Now Is the time for young men t learn the auto business. A thorough, knowledgo of your machine and howi to repair when required Is what wai teach you. Open evon,ngs. New Eng-i land Auto School, 73 Broadway. 08 tf JjELM One cent a word for each Insertion, or flvo cents o word for seven times. HELP WANTED By family of two,. In lower flat; Swedish or German maid for general housework. Must1 be a good cook. Apply afternoons orj evenings, 113 Linden street. m6 2t! . , i HELP WANTED Reliable girl fori general housework In small private1 family. Address, stating ability, agol and wages. Rosetnead. Villa, Clinton,! Conn. m6 7fr 3 SITUATION WANTED'FEMALEl One cent a word for each insertion, i or five cents a word for seven times. ' SITUATION WANTED By exper-1 ienced cook and laundress, or laun dry work or chamber work. Refer-, enees, 568 Oak St. ' m7 t SITUATION WANTED A girl want position ns waitress or second work; J-ould go to shoro or country. City efereneo, Call 109 Putnam St. m5 2t SITUATION WANTED By a lady fop her 3 5 year old daughter, to care for children or make hersolf useful,! A home more object than wagesj Address, Mother. Courier Office. m4, tf SITUATION AVANTED Experienced practical nurse, recommended by physician and others, would go with family to country or mountains as mother's helper, or take entire charge nf children. Address, Experienced, Courier. m2 7t LOST. One cent a word for each insertion, or flvo cents a word for seven times. LOST The pnrty who took the clock 'from the top of the radiator In the Winchester building, 87 Orange street, to-day, runs a great rink. If returned nt once to W. S. Bishop, 87 Orango street, no questions will bo asked. m8 It 1,0 si' Oold extension bracelet, mono gram H. M. A. Reward; 455 Orchard street. m8 It LOST Saturday, between Alden Ave., Westvllle, and Hyperion, string of gold heads. Reward. Return to 880 Chupel street. m7 2t , j(Ost Silver pin, enamelled with ilogs' headrt in colors. Lost In Whitney Ave. car or on Chapel St. Reward for, Its return to Edw. Q. Hall & Son2Sl Stute at r -I HELP WANTED MALE, j