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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1908.
11 ' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. MVERY AND SALES 8TABXF.R. HOWARD AVE. ST AIII ES H. T. L n h, prop,, Hack, Coupe, Livery tit Palo btable. Carriage for nil oera- l lons. 910 Howard live. Phone 1843-12 f.EtMU.i; V, (RUM'S 183-186 Com. meree t. 01 1 1 p I it is by eloetrlclty. Telephone connection, New Haven, , Conn, I1IIIK & CO., INC. 170 Temple it., Hack, Coupes, 'Busses and Livery of all UfKorliii jiiH. Telephone 820. Upon day and night. I). H. CURIUM (Hyperion Stiibl-") Op poslte, Vanderbllt hall. Coach, Coup ml Livery Service. Automobile attun "oa. 1038 Chapel trcet. ' ENTERPRISE KTAIll.F.M v. M. Palm er, ii 0.. Boarding, Livery and Feed Stable. Automobile to Kent, upon day and night. 1j8 Crown trcct. I. KIVM'.V A SON -3150 emigres ave., General Livery and Automobile bual nea. Open -day and night. Couche end Coupes for wedding and reception. A LOAD of Selected Horse, conalstlng of HuHlneNH Horses, Driver, Couch Horse iind 'Worker, will arrive Hat urdny, June 13. Come und look them over. George P. Rolf, Halo and Ex change Stable, 107-luO Grand avenue, New Haven, Conn. HARRY F.. HARROW 17 Front It. Heal care given to Hoarders, Hack, Carlage, Wagon and Light Livery." ' Expressing Done. 'Phone 1808-3. LABOR AGENTS. W. J. HAVENS A CO. 272 Water Street. Have your lawn and tree trimmed by contract. We will keep your yard In perfect trim at a reasonable rata pur month. Call or 'phone u. Note the number. JiIAfKTKTJ M. II. HOLLADAY Specialty of nerve and stomach diseases, lug W. 64th ' St., New York. New Haven Fridays, 1 to C p. m., 305 Dlxwell ave. Tel 736-3; MARIXE ENGINES & HARDWARE. FOR SALE A four horsepower Mtamus motor. Hut slightly used. $60. Com plete. The Marine Engine and Hard ware Co., 26 Cirri, West Haven. 'Phono. MEN'S CLOTHING. FOR a good wearing suit at a reason able price see Ralph Madona, 170 Congress avenue. A large assortment of Men Spring and Hummer Suitings. MECHANICAL. UKTIAEL F. CAMPBELL Consulting Machinist, ibi First .Nut. Bk. Bldg. Power Plants Designed und Installed. Gas Producers. Ua Engines. ..JEX'S AND LADIES' CLOTHING. 8. MILLER 63 Washington ave.; Mens and Ladles' doming at greatly re duced prices. Men's 'i rousers $1 26 up. adles' bklrts $1.26 up. MOULDINGS. II. KISSINGEn Picture Frames and Wall Mouldings Corner Hill and Whitney streets, New Haven, Conn. MOTORS. THE FOSTER MOTOR CO 31 Crown street. We make. gu and -gasoline engines. Machine repairing of ull kinds. Telephone 1610-5. aXV-ACELTELEX E WELDING. O.YY-CAHI1I CO. Cast Iron, Semi-Steel, Soft bteel Copper und Brass. Any breaks mat no one erne can repair, bring to us. 17 Webmer,streel. PAINTING AND PAl'ERHAXUIXU. BID furnished on all lobs. Painting, Faperhuiigiug und Imerlur Decorat ing. Faints, iirusiies und Wall l'u)r. b, U. Oriilo, 646 U la nd uv, Plione 15ul-4 OPTICIANS. H. W. JOIINQIEST 828 Chapel street, sncceBsora to F. Q. Matteson. Eyes exumlned and glasses lilted, prices reasonable. I'AINTEKS AXD DECORATORS M. RAIKFiTON 440 Congress avenue, House fuinuiiK, paper ilanglng und Hurdwood FmlHiiing. First clans work done at reasonable prices. Phone. P. D'ANDHEA (176 Oak St., Painting and Faperhanglng. All work given niy personal supervision. Prices rea (onaole. Estimates turnlshed. 'Jhonu. K. KANE(iIESSER 51 Sylvnn ave., Decorating, tilgn und House Fulntlnu Paper Hanging. Ueasonuble Prices Large force tit skilled workmen. rUHLIC STORAGE, rACIvING. E. E. RICHARD 18 Garden St, Pack ing und Shipping. General Forward ing Agent. Hest Storehouse In the CUy lor Household Goods. Low rates. PLUMBING AND HEATING. UEOHOE 11. YAHDLEY 687 Chapel street. Plumbing, Gus Fitting, Tin, Sheet Copper and Iron Work, dteam and Hot Water Heating. 'Phone 1602-6. II I'LL & COSTELLO 21 Elm street, WeHt Haven; Plumbers and Tlnnera. Gas and Steam Fitting. Hot Air and Hot Wuler Heating. Sheet Metal Worn. J. W. SULLIVAN Main St., East Haven; Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting. Estlmutes 'furnished. Jobbing worn given special attention. IIOUEHT LATIN Plumbing, Heating, Lighting, Tinning and Sheet Metal Worn. Tel 807, Whulley avenue JOSEPH J. KENNEDY 7 Humphrey square. Estimates furnished on San itary Plumbing, Heating und Tinning. General Jobbing and Repairing. 1'hone. J. J .HOGAN 972 State .St., .Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter. Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work. Jobbing. Work done ut reasonable prices. 'Phone. MARTIN A CO 122 East Pearl, rear Shoe Store. Plumbing, Heating nnd Gas Fitting done. Bids furnished. Spe cial attention to Jobbing and Repair, PHOTOGRAPHERS., M. W. F1LLEY 840 Chapel street. A perfect likeness assured when we do your work. One trial will convince you. Prices reasonable'. printers. VAN l)V( K Jt ro. 908 Ornnd avenue, ComnieVclal Job Printing, Hook Rind ing, etc. If It 1 nnythlng In the print ing line 'phone or rail on ua. riding a xi) driving horses. WE MAKE a specialty of Schooling Saddle Horse. Horse trained for I-adleV line by a woman. Feltl & Mullny, 15) Bradley t. 'Phone 2928-S. HEAL ESTATE AXD INSURANCE. II. OVI ATT SON'S Management of Real Estate. 82 Church St., New Haven, Conn, CHARLES 11. sriEGFI Real estate und Insurance. Notary public. Room 211, Exchange building. 865 Chapel street, Telephone 1404-4. JAMES K. MoGANN Real Estate and Insurance. Rooms 707-7 J8 Malley nulldlng, 1102 Chape) street, New Ha ven, Conn. Wellington unrc Real Estate and Lotui. Property cared for. Room 14, 82 Church street. New Havon, Conn, Telephone. NEW HOUSE FOH SALE Modem One- rnnir.r noue, t ( juverm sc. etot Range; Gas Range: Parquetry Floors and Hardwood TrTnUli Vlii ha flnl.h. ed Aug. 15. Lot 60x167 feet. Innulre of Mr. frank Fogarty, 468 Howard ave. RIDING SCHOOL. OERTEL RIDING SCHOOL. Boarding Stable, 27 Cottage, near Whitney ave 'Phone 27U6-12. Instruction In Riding. Special attention ladle and chlldre t. Horses trained to saddle. m o WORKS. 01. 1) CARPETS and Pictures Cleaned and made Into Beautiful Fluff Rug Call for Samples and Estimates. N. II. Rug Works, i Pearl street. SAW SHOP. NOW Is tho time to Have your Lawn Mower Sharpened. 'Phone 2466-8. We will call and do It right. J. W. Cot tcral, 208 Dlxwell avenue. STAR GASOLINE ENGINES. WALTER R. CLIMTOX 84-S6 Elm st., W. Haven. Royal and Hartford marine engines, Westlnghouse dynamos und motor. Automobile, machine work. SIGN'S AXD SHOW CARDS. POLITICAL BANNERS, Transparencies, Flag, Cloth bettering and Hlgns of Every Description. Get our price. Out of town orders promptly attended to. We are the oldet Sign House In the State. Established 18ii. Chas. R. Phil lips, 828 Chapel street, Room 10. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. PAINLESS electrolysis Is the only guaranteed permanent cure . No scar; treatment $1; 11 years' gradual specialist. Mrs. Dr. Olmsteud. 818 Chapel street. Room 26. SEWING MACHINES. KELLY'S SEWING MACHINE STORE 0 .ib i. napei st., is the place to buy a good machine. Come and join our Sew ing Machine club. Tel. connections. STENOGRAPHERS. n. II. A. A. H. KIN' KEY Room 27, 82 Church street. Copying Stories, Arti cles, books, and other Manuscript Work a specialty. Different styles ot type. MANISCRIITS typewritten. 60c. per tnonmnd words. Special rates for poetry and book manuscript. Lucy R, Austin, 82 Church street. MISS MAI D C. SPIEGEL Typewriting und Stenograpny. Room 211, Ex chdtige bul luing, 866 Chapel street. Tel ephone 1404-4. ' SCHOOL OF DAXC1XG. open" Winter and Summer. Private or Class lessons. All the new dance taught correctly. Prof. Rlcclo's School of Dancing, Cor. State and Cour sta. SAND BLASTING. KPEHRY IIROS. A Specialty of Clean ing Stone and Pressed Brick Build ing. Paints Removed from Stone, Wood and Iron. Room 413, Malley Bldg, STOVE JIEPAIRS. JERRY FRYER 104 Sylvan ave., Re- puns nirnisnea ror any Htovo made i win aio store your stove uway in lirsl clans shape. Telephone 2166-2 SIGN PAINTER. SIGNS ol Every Description. Wagon Lettering a Hpeclalty. Show Curds and cloth signs. Clifford Hunting, 185 urnnu uve. x none omot THE NATIONAL SUIT PRESSING CO REIHiC'TIOM Suits pressed. 86o. The National Suit Pressing Co., 63 Church street, opposite postoiuce. Telephone Liti-z. i-rea uoiciDuum, Mgr. THE ELTON REST A UKANl. A GOOD Place to Eat. Regular dinner, 26c. Regular supper, 26c. Special or ders a la carte at ull hours. F. J. Leon ard, 378 State street. TINNING AND HEATING. O. M, EUGEKLEY & CO. 628 State si. Tin, tsneei iron ana copper workers Furnace, Stove and Range work. Roof ing, etc. Telephone. TAILORS. JOHNSON & KALLCiREN Up-to-date tulors. We aon t mane cheap clothes We muKe gooa ciouies encap, we can prove it. Room 404, Y. M. C. A. big. Tel. UMURELLA MANUFACTURER. JUST ARRIVED Full line of Suit Cases and Travelers' Goods. Latest styles Umbrellas and Parasols In stocK or to order. A. Miller, 415 State St. . UPHOLSTERERS. A. CA I, LI EN NO Park street and How ard avenue. A second hand piano for tale. Very reasonable, 1 Park st. 'Phone 6807-8. WOOD TURNING. KT.EL & SONS White and Red Cedai for Boats. Cedar Moth Chests a Spe cially. All kinds of Boat Timber and Turning. 'Phone. 101 Fairmont ave. SIMMER COTTAGES. One cent a word tor each insertion, or Ave cents ft word for even time ft I'M MRU COTTAGE on Mt. Carniel, above Mosquito plague; grand view of the sound: constant hreese, Afl ilros , C, Hell, Oranby, Mas. Ju22 2t FOH IIFNT Furnished cottages; all Improvement; by the month or sea son. O. W. Howe, Woodmont, Conn, jul7t FOH RENT Summer cottage, delight fully situated on the river at Lyme, to let, Inquire Richard Dump, Lyme, Conn. , Jul8 7t (OTTAOEg for rent at Indian Neck, six bed room, good bed, large veranda, shade, electric lights, city water. V. N. Hastings, 64 (Jrlswold street, Merl den, Conn, J u 1 3 7t FOIl d ALU 11 -room summer home In Cheshire, Including few aores of land, large variety fruit tree, berries, eta Inquire F, E. Brooks, 746 Chapel it. m 30 14t FOH II RNT Furnished. Tho largo house on 'Barnes' " inland, Thimble Island. Wm. II. liarnes, Stony Creek. Conn. m23 tf , INDIAN NECK Trowbridge cottage, next to Montowese house, John T. Sloan Co . ni21 tf Sl'MMER nOAUDERS WAITED. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cent a word for seven times. WHERE are you going to spend your vocation? I am going to "Dreumland Farm" Woodbury, Conn., near tho beautiful Nonnowaug Falls. The term are reasonable. ju2z 71 WANTED Boarders for the summer In pleasant locality. Price reasonable. Address Lock Box B. Rlverton. Conn. Ju22 2t WANTED Summer boarders at Elm Tree Farm. Plenty of fresh egg, milk and poultry. Cool, airy room Nice hady lawn. John Friable, Wol cott Road, Waterhury. Ju20 7t JJOATjfULUO One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cent a word for seven times. no wno ATS Have one I'etremont Boat Co. that's right. Jul 8 7 1 CITY NOTICES. SPECIAL OR HER DESIGNATING THE HOCTE FOR CARRIAGES AND AUTOMOBILES TO AND FROM THE YALE-HARVARD BASEBALL GAME JUNE 23, 11108. Notice le hereby given that the follow. Ing regulations. In accordance with the law are mnde by the Mayor of tho City of New Haven and the First Selectman of the Town of Orange, designating the route by which nil automobiles and carriages, both publlo and private, shall approach Yale Field to leave their pas sengers and to call for them on Tues day afternoon, June 23, 1906. Between the hour of 1 p. m. and 8:30 b. m. on said "day. all automobile and carriage, both public and private, will be required to keep on the right hand or northerly side of the car tracks on Chapel street westerly from York street, to Norton street, and thence to Chapel street, to Centrsl avenue, thence tnrougn lenirai avenue 10 innir an tln.ntlon; and no automobiles or car riage will be permitted to enter Derby avenue from Chapel street, from Nor ton street, from George street, irom Wlnttirop avenue, or from Miswortn avenue; and no automoDiies or car riage will be permitted to travel on Chapel street on the southerly side of the car tracks between York street and Norton street, nor upon any part of Derbv avenue, between Chapel street and Central eve., In either direction, and after 1 p. m. no automobiles or car riages will be permitted, either before, dnrlna: or after the game, to travel easterly on Derby avenue between Cen tral avenue and napei aireei. Notice Is hereby given that the fore going regulation will be enforced by the police of said cl'y and said town, Bnd that any person violating said reg ulations will be subject to the penalties of the law. Dated at New Haven this 2"th day of June, 1908. (Signed JMES B. MARTIN, Mavor of the city of New Haven. (Signed) WALTER A. MAIN. First Selectman, Town of Orange. Attest: JAMES J. DEVINE, Ju22 2t City Clerk. ORDINANCE CONCERNING NUI SANCES. In compliance with ectons 35 and 120 of (he Charter of the City of New Haven, notice is hereby given of the adoption and approval of the following ordinance of the City of New Haven: Be It Ordained by the Board of Alder men of the City of New Haven: The depositing or throwing of any waste paper, tin can, pall, box, basket, old Rhoes and hoots, dead animal, fruit or piece of fruit, garbage, cinders, ashes, refuse, rubbish, or waste of any kind upon or In any vacant lot In the cltv. whether Inclosed or open, or In any feutter, catch basin, or man hole lir any of the publlo streets or squares of the city, Is hereby forbidden, excepting the deposit of cinders and ashes In those cases where written permission H first obtained of the Police Department or the Board of Health, and except that the deposit of any waste paper, tin can, pall, box, basket, old shoes and boots, dead animal, fruit or plenes of fruit garbage, cinders, sshe, refuse, rubbish, or waste of ny kind, I hereby permit ted In those places which may be desig nated by either the police department or the Board of Health as a dumping place or ground. And every owner or occupant of any such vacant lot and every landlord or agent of the landlord having general charge of such premis es shall, after notice by the Police De partment or the Board of Health, re move said waste paper, tin can, pall, box, basket, old shoes and boots, dead nnlmnl. fruit or nieces of fruit, gar bage, cinder, ashes, refuse, rubbish, or waste of any Kind so inrown or nepos Iteil In and UDon such vacant lot with In three days after receiving such no tice, except where and when permis sion Is given by either the Police De partment of tne Hoard or Heann. inv nerson violating; any of the pro visions of this section shall forfeit and pay a fine of not less tnsn nve dol lar's. Board of Aldermen, June 1, 1908. Read for the first time and ordered printed In the Journal, M. A. MORAN, JR., Assistant City Clerk. Board of Aldermen, June 16, 1908, Read for the second time, amended bv Inserting In the Kith line nfter the word "premises" the words "or any per son deposlUK or throwing nnv waste nnner. tin can. Pflll, box, basket, old shoes, nnrt boots, dead anlmnl, fruit, or pleceB of fruit, garbage, cinders, ashes, refuse, rubbish or wnste of any kind upon any such vacant lot." As amended, report accepted and or dinance adopted by a majority of all aldermen present and nbsent. M. A, MORAN, JR., Assistant City Clerk. City of New Haven, June 20, 1908, Approved. JAMES B, MARTIN, Mayor. The foregoing Is a true nnd correct ropy of record, and said ordinance will become operative and in full effect on and after June 28, 1908. Attest: JAMES J. DEVINE, Ju22 3t City Clerk. OFFICES l'Olt KEXT, One cent a word for eah Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. OFFICE 391 State street. Sloan Co, John T. it)21 tf HORSES. One cent a word for each Insortlon, or live cent a word for seven limes. IIOHftIS FOR SALE Seven, yeurs old, weight 1,200. Chestnut color, genllu, single, double or saddle; fust walker anil trotter; l'eur no engine, train or atftomoblla. Huusd, .and well trained. Reason for selling, I own a gray team. Klchnrd Union, Lyme, Conn. Jul3 7t EXCELLENT pasture for horse and skilled keeper to Insure proper care, reasonable rate. Address Mrs. A. Wld man, Rocky Top, Ml. Carniel. Telephone 6273-12. Jul3 7t ANNOUNCEMENTS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cent a word (or seven lime. NEW HAVEN ULOY13 CO., 71 Hill at, Manufacturers of husking cloth and canton llannul gloves and inlttcm. Tiude supplied, Jul3 30t ANN'Ol'XCEMENT Carriages and wugon repaired and ' painted to please you. F. M. Fgwler, 1400 W'lial ley. Telephone. ni3 tf ANNOUNCEMENT Slecman'a Rolla blo Employment Agency, 763 Cliupei St., eaUtUahetJ 20 yearn. Largist, best 1: tho Stato. Best male und, female help tor any and all kinds oi work. Sent anywhere. Open evening. Tel 2222. MEDICAL. One cent a word for euch insertion, or five ceuts aword for ecvonjjme. MANICURE, shampoo, facial massago, marcel waving, superfluous hair re moved, electrlo treatment (Dr. Cum- mlnga' method). Mrs. II. E. Chamber lain, B3S Chapel street. Telephone. m7tf CITY NOTiCES. TAXPAYER? Are hereby notllled that the Board of Assessors of me city or iew Haven will be In session ut Room No, 8, city Hall, every week day from June 1, 19oa. . ..... ...... . lime l.,.,li..lu. r.... . ' Ulllll JUiy A. .Hwuot.o, mi pUj. poe of receiving lists m all persons owning property, real and personal, ubturt to taxation In this city. If any resident taxpayer neglects or retimes 10 minn in nil, iimne auu sworn to as prescribed by law (sickness or absence from the city being no excus.n, the asessors must make out llsr, an. I add thereto ten per et'iitum, us required by law. Fower of attorney cannot be made use ot in ninnoig, .mm iu uni, nor ea.i tho husnnna imh vain 10 nsi pi prop rtv ut the wife. In which hi lu. Interest, nor contrariwise, the wlfo fir the nusDiina. . . Each parcel of real estate must be separately aencrinea. omve hours from 9 a. m. until m., except on Saturday when the 4 D. hull will be ctosca m i p. in. Signed: . TIMOTHY F. CALLAHAN, EDWAUD F. MERRILL, JOHN J. HOGAN. FREDERICK L. LEHR, JOHN E DOI OHAN,' . m!S lmo Board of Aenrn. ORDINANCE REGULATING THE PED DLINO OF MERCHANDISE IN AND UPON THE STREETS. In compliance with sections 86 and 129 of the Charter of the City of New Haven, notice Is hereby srlven of the adoption nnd approval of the following ordlnnnep or the city of New Haven: Be It Ordnlned by the Hoard of Alder men, of the city of New Haven: Pec. 1. No person or persons shall en gage In the vending or peddling of any goods, wares, or merchandise of any sort or description In and upon any of the nubile stroet o, tne city wlthou first havlnn obtained a license therefor Paid license may be lusued by the Chief of Police and the amount of the li cense fee shall be not les than fifty cents and not more than twenty-live dollars. Board of Aldermen, June 1, 190R. Read for the first time and ordered printed In the Journal. M. A. MORAN, JR., Assistant City Clerk. Board of Aldermen, June Hi, 1908. Read for the second time, accepted, and ordinance adopted by a majority vote of all aldermen present and ab sent. M. A. MORAN, JR:, Assistant City Clerk. City of New Haven.. June 20, 1908. , Approved. JAMES B. MARTIN, Mayor. The foregoing Is a true nnd correct copy of record and said ordinance will' become operative nnd In effect on and afteV June 28, 1908. Attest: JAMES J. DEVINE, Ju22 3t City Clerk. ORDINANCE CONCERNING GOOD OR DER AND DECENCY. In compliance with sections 36 nnd 129 of the Charter of the City of New Haven, notice Is hereby given of the adoption and approval of the follow ing ordinance ot the City of New Ha ven: Be It Ordained by the Board of Alder men of tho City of New Haven: No person shall commit any nuisance upon nny sidewalk In any street or pub lic square of the City of New Have.i. Any persons offending against the pro vlsinnof this section shall forfeit and pav n penalty of not less than ten dol lars, nor more than twenty-live dollars for each offense. Board of Aldermen, June 1, 190R. Read for the first time and ordered printed In the Journal. M. A. MORAN, JR., Assistant City Clerk. Board of Aldermen, June 15. 1918. Rend for the second time, accepted and ordinance adopted by a majority vote of all the aldermen present and absent, ; , M. A. MOHAN, JR., Assistant City Clerk. City of New Haven, Approved. JAMES B. MAKTN, Mayor. The foregoing Is a true and correct copy of record, and said ordinance will become operative and In full effect on and after June 28, 1008. JAMES J. DEVINE. Ju22 3t Assistant City Clerk. The Committee on Railroads and Bridges of the Board of Aldermen will hold a public hearing Tuesday, June 23. 1908, In Room 10-11, city Hull, at 8 p. m. for the consideration of the follow ing pcltions: Petition of L, E. Jacobs, et als., and the West End association and Edge wood Civic association for a new bridge on Edgewood avenue over West river. Petition of Wnlter Leigh, et alls., Sheehnn nnd Gmnrk, et als., and Chas, E. Huntley, et. als., for abolishment of grade crossing on Grand avenue. All persons Interested In the forego ing are hereby notified to na present and be heard .theron without further notice. Per order RICHARD B. HEALY, Chairman. Attest: MICHAEL A. MORAN, JR., Ju20 8t Asslntant Cly Clerk. FOR II EXT. One cent a word for ch Insertion, or five centi a word fur even times. fWo very jlealrabln bunHim ni room or IKMiHeKeepnig; rurillHIietl or innor nlhed. 230 Orange street, Ju2)3t SECOND floor apartment of six ronnn In the weHterii rurt of the city, from July 1. 128. Box 1374, city. Jul9 7t FIRSI'-CLAKS second floor apartment of eight rooms, a few doors from Whitney avenue. Box 902, city. Jul9 il . FOR HENTFlrst lloor flat, five rooms; all Improvement. Inquire ivi uorra street. ... JulS 7t NEW STORE on Benah treet, No, 4)9, near Canmoeu avenue, very suuaoie for groceries and nieitt market, Inquire t on Temple street, New iniven. . jiu a ii I FOR II v. fi T N I n e - room house, 78 Day street; ell Impiovenients. II. C. uus- sell, Tyler City, Conn. Telephone 213, Oi ango asso. JulSit I lHT-( LASS second floor apartment of elKht rooms, a few door from Whitney avenue. Box 902, City. FOR RENT Owner leaving city wishes to mil reasonably one-fumtiy lious.i, ten rooms, every convenience. Two room arranged to rent for light house keeping. 870 Elm street. juio n FOR RENT Lower flat No. 142 Ed wards stroet, near orange. Ail mt- nroveniiniN. . PnuHOHHlon July 1. liltia. inquire W. J. Atwater & Co 962 Grand avonue. jiuo n SRVKV.nnnM onnrimont. all ImDrove mollis. Khndc ami creens, it Bro nell near Whalley. Jul6 7t F1VE.1IOOM flat. 140 Oranae street. All liiiiirovcmenls: . reasonauie. ruur rooms to rent, 112 Mill River street, low. Paul itusao, 639 Chapel street. JulStf t- FOR RENT 342 Norton St., 6 rooms, 22 a month. The John T. Sloan Co., 87 Orange sL mz " FOR RENT 49 Admiral st,. Improve ments; iiit per montn. Tne Jonn i Sloan Co.. 87 Orange st. . mil tf FOIl RENT Flat, t room, 22 Crown at., IW per month. The John T. Sloan co. mil u FOR RENT-Flat 26 East Pearl street, rooms; 123 a month. The John I, Sloan Co., 87 Orange st.reeU m6 tf FOR RENT No. 1319 Boulevard, 1(1 rooms; all Improvement; (400 par year, ine Jonn T. fcioaa co., 31 wr- unge u mil tl FOR KENT 136 room and bath. Co., 87 Orange st,. Blatchley ve The John T." Sloan mil tf FOR RENT 68 Cold Spring St., 12 room; Improvent. The John T. Sloan Co., 87 oringe t . mil tf FOR HUNT 409 Orange St., 11 rooms, Improvements; 8660 per year. The John T. Sloan Co, 87 Orange st. mil tl FOR RENT 1114 Park sU. 12 ' rooms, I (,00 per year. The John T. Sloan Co., 87 urange st, mil tf FOR RENT 18 University place, 9 rooms; improvements; 4zo per year, The John T. Sloan Co., 87 Orange st. mlltf FOR RENT 60 Asyrum it., Improvi ments; (18 per month. The John T. Kioan Co., 8 7 Orange st. mlltf FOR It.'ONT 83 Howard ave., 7 rooms, Dam; izd per month. The John T Moan co., 87 orange-st- mlltf FURNISHED ROOMS. One vent a word tor each Insertion, or uv cents a word for seven times. NO. Kfl HIGH street. -near Chanel, sev- eral excellently furnished rooms for rent, very reasonably. Pnone 3276-4. the (iiarlton Elegant rooms, gas, bath, electric lights, steam heat, Low rates. Transient accommodations. 107 I rown street, near. Church. ,Ju23 tf NICELY furnished room, suitable for man and wife or for two gentlemen Central location. Terms reasonable. 493 Chapel. Ju20tf- VERY, desirable room. Every conven ience. 230 Orange street. Telephone 8276-2. Ju20 3t SEVERAL nicely furnished rooms for rent, with or without table board. 46 High street. Jul9 tf TWO PLEASANT connecting rooms, conveniences for housekeeping. 862 Howard avenue. Jul8 7t LARGE furnished rooms, housekeeping, home comforts, $2 up; hall room, $1. 479 Chapel street, near rranklln. Jul7tf TWO FURNISHED housekeeping rooms, reference. 16 Eld treet. Jul6 7t FOR HE-NT Centrally located room, nicely furnished, clean and pleasant; Eighth ward. On car line. Address M. M. C, Courier office, m26 tf ITJlNTJFjOUD One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. LOST On Canner Btreet or Waterhury trolley, gold W. I. M. class pin. Re ward If returned to 809 Orange street. JU23 2t FOUND June 22, N. Y., N. II. & H. railroad trains on lines terminating at Nw Haven; apply Station Agent, Union Station: Two packages, hut. FOUND June 22, Connecticut Co, cars, city and suburban lines; apply Lost and Found Department, oltlce building, cur. Chapel and State streets: Parasol, pair of gloves, overalls, purse. FOUNO June 20, N, Y.. N. H. & H railroad trains on lines terminating at New Haven; apply Station Agent. Union Station: Satchel, 2 coats, roll of specifications, pair of gloves, 2 pack ages, nsn rod, FOUND June 20, 21, Connecticut Co cars, -city and suburban lines'; apply Lost 'and Found Department) ottlce building, odr. Chapel and State streets Pump for trees, 4 pocketbooks, key, 2 wrist bags, child's coat, hat rack, pack age ot dress lining, thimble, 2 "umbrel las, luncn box, pair ot gloves, satcneis, baby's rattle. LOST My bank book, Nq. 16696, of the National Savings Bank of New Ha ven. The Under will return same to the bank or to me, as It will be of no value to anybody else. George W, Adams, Jr., West. Haven,. .conn, ,, . , juia 3t or five cents a word for even times. REMINGTON No. 6, In . perfect condi tion. Special bargain, $42.76; also new No. 6 Oliver, special bargain. Ad dress Yale, Journal-Courier office. Ju23 tf FOR RALE. One cent a word for eaoh insertion, or five cent a word for seven times, I-IANO Upright, S; with scarf, stool nnd delivered. Pay 85 monthly. Ad dress Percy, Courier office. Ju23 2t FOIl SALE Restaurant; owner In poor health. Apply 335 Grand avenue. Ju23 7t NEW upright piano, $173,00 Clinton, 33 Jul!) If Church street. PIANOS for shore cottage at reasonable price. 33 Church street, .juiuif PIANO ('dickering Upright, a $460 pi ano, wli i'i win be sold for smu. Stelnert, 777 Chapel street. Jul6 7t PIANO A Hallett & Davis for $76. Stelnert, 777 Chapel street. Jul6 71 CARRIAGES and wagons, all kind. Come and take them away. F. M. Fow'er, 1460 VYImlley. Telephone. m2 tf One cent a word tor each Insertion, or five oent u word, for seven Umi FOR SALE Ono-famlly house, nine rooms, burn, workshop; lot 60 by 15 J : II f teen minute ride frexn Church street. F. Jewel, Journal-Courier ollloe. Jul9 4t jJXCTIONALE One cent a word for eacn tnierllrn, or Ave cents a word for seven times. AUCTION SALE R. B. Mallory, Auc tioneer and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel. 'Phone. 2360. Residence 434 Edge wood Ave. 'Phone 2481-2. Household sales a specialty. AUCTION SALE L. Bostwlck, auc tioneer and appraiser, 45 Orange. Telephone 1624-12. , m5 001 jlUTOMJOTIIvES One vent a word (or each insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. AUTOMOBILES bought and sold. Have now on hand in fine condi tion, touring and runabout cars. Come and make your wife and children hap py while you can. F. M. Fowler, 1460 Whalley. Telephone. m2 tf FIRELESS COOKERS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or Ave cents a word tor seven time. FIRELESS COOKERS Every house keeper wanta one. Let ua mall you booklet containing (ull description, cooking recipes and testimonial from people that are using them. Folding Mattress Co., New Haven Agents. 'Phone 1492. EDUCATIONAL. One cent a word Tor eacn Insertion, or Ave cents a woid (or seven time. Tl'TOHING by experienced teacher. Grammar grades. $1 per hour. Ad vance, Courier office. Ju22 7t EDUCATIONAL Outd6or sketching In color or black and white. Wanted pupils to Join present class or make up sepr'ate clauses. T. R. Walte, Tl Kenslng.vn Street m31 tf EDUCATIONAL Mi. Frederick Weld will engage the services of a limited number of good singers for a chorus choir. .Voices tried at 139 Orange treet... LEGAL NOTICES. District -of New Haven, s.. Probate Court .Tunc. 9a ESTATE OF WILLIAM R. TYLER, late of New Haven, In said District, de ceased. 1 The Administrator having made writ- ten application for an order authorising and empowering him to sell and con vey certain real estate of said deceased, as by said application on file In this Court more fully appears, It Is URDISKKU, inat sum application e heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven. In said District, on the 27th day pf June, 1908. at ten o clock In the forenoon. nnd that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and lace or tne hearing tnereon, oe given y publishing this order three times In some newspaper having a circulation in said District. By the Court, JOHN L. GILSON, Ju22 3t Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, June 20. 1908. ESTATE OF FRANK P. PFLEGHAR, JR., late of New Haven, in said Dis trict, deceased. The Administratrix having made written application for an order author. laing and empowering ner to sen ana convey certain real estate of said de ceased, as by said application on file In this Court more fully appears, It Is ORbERtlU That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 2!th day of June, 1908, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, and (hat publlo notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be given by publishing this order three times In some newspaper having a circulation in said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON, Ju22 3t Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court. June 19, 1808. ESTATE OF MARY B. PAYNE, late of New Haven, in said District, deceas ed. The Administrator having made writ ten application for an order authorizing and empowering him to sell und con vey certain real estate of said deceas ed, as by said application on file In this Court more fully appears, it Is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said District, on the 26th day ot June, 13)8, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendenoy of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be given By publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a circulation In-said District. By the Court. JOHN L, GILSON, Ju20 3t Clerk. NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that the Young; Women's Friendly League of Water bury Intends to make application to the Superior Court to be held at Wa terhury, In and for the County of New Haven, on the first Tuesday of October, 1008, to have a change of Its name made so that hereafter It shall be known as and called The Waterhury Institute of Craft, Industry and Science. Dated at Waterbury, this 18th day of June, 1908. THE YOUNG WOMEN'S FRIENDLY LEAGUE. By ANNA L, WARD, ju20 2w President. HELP WANTED MALE. One cent a word tor eaoli Insertion, or tlv cents a word (or seven time. HOI.se painter to buy new piano and do oulsldo work In part payment. Apply tui Chapul street. jul 7t HELP WANTED Honk I Honk! Honkl Look sharp to your interest. Now ll the time lur young men to learn the auto business, a inuruugh knowladu of your machine und how to repoli when reqmrud I what wo teach yuo. Open evenings. New England Aum Sehuul, 73 111 und way oS tf . WANTUM FOR U. . ARMY Able bod led uiuiiarrlud men, between 21 and 86; cltisen ol the United Slates; oi good character and temperate habits, who can upeuK, read und write Engllsu, Apply Recruiting Olllcer, 890 Cliupei street, New Haven; 166 Maul s line I, Huruord; 1022 .Main street, Bridgeport luu Bunk sireoi, Waierbury. jlu if DRAFTING We want young men M join our class In mechanical drawing; study during spare llmei personal in struction, blUUeiil supplied Willi work to nelp pay lur oourse. For full pit iiuulur address it. b. T., this office. m22 281 SITUATION WANTED MALE. One oent a word for each insertion, or live cent a word for even time. WANTED Position by an experienced cnauileur and repair man. Boh mid, lit Townseiid st. Ju H jt SITUATION WANTED IKMlLE. Ono cent a word (or eacn Insertion, or live com a woru for seven itinos. SITUATION WANTED Girl to tak cure of cnlldreii. 48 Wuson street, JU23U EMPLOYMENT of any character by r- nneu young woman, wen euuonieiit would act ua companion. Address K this ofllce. , JU23 71 position by American woman at housekeeper or companion to elderly lauy. Keiereuces excuanged. Addres .M. ii., ot Vk Atwuter street, Fair Ha ven. Ju20 7l WANTED. une oent a word lur eacn insertion, or uve uenis a woru for seven time. WANTED Freethinkers to co mm mil cm with ii, ll. L,unu, it2 it. D'ruut street. J2ult . 1 WANTED Best help supplied. West Haven Employment Agency. 899 Cunipbeil avenue, i'hone, 9182-2. ni28 60t WANTED Jones' belect Emp.oyment Agency, 22 Church street. Telephone; 1401-12. Connecticut's Large. Agency; mule and female help supplied (or mercuuule and domestic service (on any and all kinds ot work, tient any wncre. Open evenings. WANTED All good -up1 should call .here. We supply all the iicst place una always nueu large numbers. Slee- man's Reliable Employment Agency, 763 Chapel. Open evenings. ml 4 tf .AGENTS WANTED. One cent a word for each inser or nve cents a word for seven WANTED Representative in Njf Ha ven and adjacent towns to hdie our toilet article, "Persplrodor jsplendld arrangements can be made ujrh an able man accustomed to hatnllng sub agents. Address Persplrodor Co,, 1 West 84th street, New Xork. Ju22 It SALESMEN and saleswomen solicitors, 'to sell nigh class article widely art vertlbCd. Cumuiuatlon plan. Liberal remuneration; hustier can make big money. Experience advisable, but not necessary. Call Room 4, No. 828 Chapel street, mornings 10 to ll, afternoons t to 4. Jul8 7t AGENTS WANTED Those with one leg, one arm, or one ahortleg, (limb or extension shoe free). For particu lars, address. William Sawyer, 293 Halsey st., Newark, N. J. JulS 30t FARMS FOR SALE. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word tor seven times. FOR SALE 60 acre farm In Cheshire with good buildings and great vari ety of clio Ice fruit, 400 peach and 200 apple trees, pear and plum trees a va riety of berries, etc. Inquire of F. E. Brooks, 748 Chapel street, New Haven, Coniij m80 14t DESSMAKING. One cent a word for each Insertion, or nve cent a word, ror seven times. SHIHT waists'made, 60 cents; otne? sewing reasonable. 800 Bassett street. Ju23 7t DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in th Office of the Town Clerk. Quit Claim Deed. Gerardo D'Ello tto. Alfonso Aetmto 48 1-2 fest, Wooster Street. Burton Mansfield to Old Alms House farm, 69 feet Putnam street. Amy L. W. Patry to Agnes L. Barl bault, 24 feet George street. George D. Watrous to Israel Hersh man, 62 feet Dow street. Warner D. Judson to Julius Twlsa, land In New Haven. Phebe and Sophia Schwartz to Jul ius Roebman, 36 feet East street. George D. Watrous, ext., to Julius Rachman, 36 feet East street. Hyman L. Brown to Morris Kap slnow, et al., 44 feet State street. Warranty Deeds. Anna E. Richards to Jacob Schwlnd 75 feet Anthony street. Adeline J. Goodrich to Richard H. Crlstoph, 50 feet Cove street. , Mnrtgnge Deeds. Israel and Sophia Hershman to Connecticut Ravings Bank, 62 feet Dow street; $1,500. . William I,. Cart to Israel W. Gold smith, 60 feet Lexington street; $1,600. .,- Julius . Rachman to National Sav ings Bank, 36 feet, East street; $2,000. t John Grlllo to William-E. Davis, 90 feet Sylvan avenue4; $500. Julius Rachman to Phebe and So phia Schwartz, 35 feet East street $500. Building Permits. Owner, St. Francis Orphan Asylum, Highland street, near Whitney avenue, move building on same lot. Owner, F. J. Braucr, frame addition to dwelling, 160 Portsea street. Owner, Charles T. Coyle;, frame dwelling Everett street, near Cold Spring street. 1 1