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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1908.
New Haven's Most Reliable Store Long Kid Gloves Still Selling Pictures FAST IN THIS SAMPLE SALE Chiefly for wtdding presents tad to go to sura me t homes. Lets Than Half Prices. These for example V Etchings. 20x40 A framed in 3 inch a oak and silt frames Etchings, size 14x28 inches. Matted and framed in' gilt. $2.25 Etchings . for $1.19 with faicy corners, $6 Etchings . for $2.98 The Greatest Sale of Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases J We can't promise such values even at the sea son end. J Every item shows a Third under real value and some even less. - Votj can buy a $5 Traveling Bag for 13.98 It's a high cut Oxford Club Bag, of good h;avy grain cow hide leather with brass trimmings and the stoutest of canvas lining. You can buy t 15 Inch English Oxford Club Bag for $1.98 A $6 Bag, of heavy smooth calf skin, leather lined and leather cov ered frame, a great bag. You can buy s $6.00 Trunk for 14.50 a canvas covered enamel bound Trunk with bolts and straps and heavy corners. Commencement Hostesses : If you're giving a Dinner or Lunch have your dessert exactly right. It's usually hot Commencement week, bo let us send you one of our deliciously refreshing Ices, or a Frozen Pudding. There are None So Pure iy and so altogether satisfac- ti- tory and satisfying as those that come from Harris - Hart's. Call 774 and order di- k rect, or at Howe & Stet- ;! son's, our branch office. li 3fflalw!3. - BAKE!S-13ARTGO. MAIE C. v. is. Long White Suede and GlaceGloves $2.75 to $4.25 Long Pearl and Cham pagne color Suede Gloves, for $3.25 Lone WM'e t'Hk Gloves, for $1.00 to $2.25 Fans Lace, gauze, randpaiit;d silk, and spingled 25cts to $10.00 Imitation Water lolors, hind col'd, 14x28, matted and ramed in gilt. ' $2 Pictures for 89 Cents You can buy a $2,50 Matting Suit Case for 11.69; with heavy leather handle, brasi lock and catches, all-leather bound. You can buy a $5. 50 Leather Dress Suit Case for $3.98, solid leather with heavy brass rivets, full 24 inch sire. . OBITUARY NOTES William C. Hull. William C. Hall, who at the time of his retirement three years ago had been In the employ of the New Haven road for 54 years, died yesterday morning at his home, 6S1 Elm street of a general breakdown. He was born In 1825 In Oxford.'thls state, and when a young man came to this city and en tered the employ of the New Haven road In the car shops here. He was promoted to foreman and became as sistant superintendent before he re tired. He Is survived by his wife and three children, Miss Josephine Hall, Mrs. William T. Atkins and Mrs. James M. Woolson. The funeral will take place Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. GRAHAM & HAYES UNDERTAKERS 1096 CHAPEL STREET Tel. 572. Open Day and Night. RICHMOND. LILLIAN ft. RISSELL, RICHMOND Custom made Summer Corsets, made oi double bobbinet, with celluloid bone protector, preventing bones from push ing through top of corset; steel and bones rustproof. La Grecque Corsets in all models. La Grecque Underwear in all styles. De Long Rubber Eathing Corsets. A variety of Bust Confiners. C. B. a la spirite fitted and altered. Corsets cleaned and repaired. R. & R. Corset Shop. 956 Chapel Street. . 'Phone 44D1-2. AGENTS WANTED. SEYEN FOOT FENCE Said to Be Built for Spite I Westville Court News ' of Yesterday. in Judgo Bpnnptt started a hearing yes terday morning on the Injunction brought by John C. Morton and his ! Wife, Marie M. Morton, against Eugpne E. (Mcnimts. The trouble Is over a so called "fiiltp Fence," as was related In detail In this paper, lam week, Tho property Is on Malthy avenue and It Is rlalmed that, thn defendant built a frnce, about seven feet high, I between his garden and that of the 'plaintiffs adjoining. The plaintiffs claim that this fence destroys the beau itles of the surroundings and also keeps .the sun off the plaintiffs' garden, I Thre was formerly a p'eket fence be I tween the two properties and the high ! fence was bulll to replace this. Attor neys Ooodhart and Stoddard oppear for 'the plaintiffs and Attorney Fitzgerald I for thn defendant. Damages of 11,003 land tho removal of the fence are asked or. Mnnsnn F,stnte Ones Over, j After a short hearing In which a half , dozen or more lawyers nppenred In the j Interests of the several heirs of the es I tn to of tho late Amelia C. iMunson, IJudjre Ptudlcy, in thn probate court I yesterday, put the hearing on the ap- ipninnnnru ni exf'ciimrs nvtr unui jumw ;3rt. In the will Edward U. and Hnrrlette iMunson and Altnrney Oeorgn p, Wat :rous were named as executors, but It Is j understood objections are to be made jto the appointment of F.dward B, Mun son because of outstanding claims Uagalnst hint and his former 'concern, I the 'Munsnn Ttox company. These (claims are for loans made from the es tate to the concern. When thn bearlno- was called this morning Aimrnry wnirnna rpprpppm Ing the will, and Attorneys F,. H. Rog ers, Ailing, Webb and Morehouse, A. 'Hcaton Robertson and Harry V. Asher appeared and wanted to be heard. The 'rase was then put over for special as signment. Attorney Fitzgerald Apjtolntrd. I Attorney David E. Fltfuerald was appointed by Judge Ftudley in tho ; probate court yesterday morning to I look after tho affairs of Mrs. Nora F Uri!rlMi, wife of Iiwrence F. O'Rrlen, 'a bricklayer, residing nt 64 Williams I street. Mrs. O'Brien has been In the i Norwich Insann asylum since July 3. l!Wi, and seven months ago was pro 'nounce.l cured by the authorities at I the, institution. Letters have been writ ton by Supt. H. M. Pollock of the In stitution to her son, John A. O'Rrlen, to the. department of charities and cor rection In this city, and Jo the probate court to have the woman taken from thn asylum, but all efforts have proven unavailable owing to the failure to ob tain ft responsible person to care for Mrs. O'Rrlen. The court has therefore appointed Attonr-y Fitzgerald. There will hn a hearing today. SOCIAL NOTES At the dinner given last evening by Mr. and Mrs. William W. Farnnm at their home In Prospect strpet for Secre tary and Mrs. William H. Taft. the guests were Kcv. and Mrs. Anson Phelps Stokes, jr., Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ptevens, Mr. and Mrs. Oonrge JC. iMcLanahan, 'Mr. and Mrs. Ell Whit ney, Mrs, William K. Townsend, Miss Olivia Tell of Philadelphia, Mr. Lee McClung and Mr. John Day Jacksop. At the .home of Mrs. FKphen Whit ney In Whitney avenue yesterday af ternoon was given one of the most de lightful social affairs of many seasons here. The beautiful weather made It possible for Mrs. Whitney's tea to be held on the spacious lawn, on especial ly attractive one just now with the ramblers just In the hlght of their beauty making a gorgeous display acalnst the cool green foliage of shrubs and trees. The women who attended, and they were nearly every member of the society set, both matrons and younger people, were In dainty sum mer gowns, making the picture a pret ty one Indeed. An orchestra hidden among the green playea during the re iceptlon ami there was a 'Constant i stream of callers during the hours, 5 to " o'clock, There was Jut sufficient (suggestion of Informality shout the af-. fair to give It charm,. Mrs. Charles I Dickey and her daughter, 'Miss Dickey, jand Miss Margaret Plonne of New York, who are Mrs. Whitney's house t guests, assisted the hostess In receiv ing the guests. . At her home In Humphrey street last evening, Miss Eunice Parish, whose wedding to Mr. Charles Meredith 'Du Puy, Yale '08, takes place on Wednes day, gave a dinner for her bridesmaids. The decorations were In pink, sweet peas and malden-halr fern being used for the large centerpiece and huge cor sage bunches of the same flowers were at, each plate. There were ten covers, the guests being Miss Parish's attend ants and house guests. President and Mrs. Arthur T. Hadley will give a dinner tonight in honor of Admiral and Mrs. t'owles, who are their guests over Commencement. Mrs, Rurnslde Wlnslow Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and (Mrs. J. H. Car rltlgton at their home In Whitney ave nue. Mrs. Wlnslow will remain over Commencement. The engagement Is Rnnouneed of Miss I.ucle A. Burke, daughter of Mrs. F. C. Burke of New York, to Clarence F. Aleott, who will graduate from the Sheffield Scientific school on Wednes day. Mr. Alcott. played on the Yalo '06 and '07 football teams and on Walter Camp's All-American team. The wed ding will take place some time this summer. DRY GOODS LEAGVE. Munnffer of Mnlley Company's Ball Team Favors Idea of Lush, The f ollowlng self-exi'lalnln?' letter woe received by the sporting editor kBt nlcht and will be of Interest to those conciUYitd In the L'ghthouM proposi tion: Baseball Editor Journal-Courier, Ciiy. I'car Sir I noticed In last night papfr that Mr. Lj,1 h-propotes organiz ing a Dry Goods F.iseball Tjoajrite to c -impute for the dry goods champion ship Friday afternoons throughout tho Eumiui.T. Speaking for our ovn team, wc should be very glad to enter into such a contjst providing It could be carried through. But personal ex perience has shown the writer great difficulties In the way, and I believe he will find out upon Investigation that there only exists today In the city of New Haven ous organised baseball team, that of the Edward Malley Co. We have a couple of games booked with Howe & Stetnon for July 10 and 17, at West Rock park grounds, and two out of .town games with Brown- Thomson of Hartford and that Is Just about as far as the dry goods baseball talent for this season goes In New Ha ven. Very happy of cotfree to consider any proposition that Mr, Lush can put up which will tend to the encouragement of amateur baseball In this city. Yours respectfully, Management E, M. Co. Baseball Ass'n. POLI'C. Stork Company Score a Triumph In Mansfield's "Old Heidelberg." The production aC Poll's theater yesterday of the late Richard Mans field's great play "Old Heidelberg" Is without question the most Important production that has been submitted so far by this or any other stock eom eompany, The story of the play which the Journal-Courier printed Saturday Is a simple enough one, so simple Indeed Is the warp of the tale that even a child can follow It with Intelligence, but the simple nature of the story 'ca'.U for powerful acting In order to give It the necessary mean ing which It Is supposed to tonvey, and It Is here that the Poll company more than excel. The whole cast from Henry Ingram down has given the lines entrusted to them the Utmost care, with the result that yesterday's performance was given In such a com plete and finished manner as to place It almost beyond the ban of criticism. "Old Heidelberg" calls for exception ally fine stage settings, and these,- to gether with the many ' brilliant uni forms worn by the cast make the play a splendid scenic production. The cast Is so large that It would be Impossible to call attention to their Individual work. A special word of prnlse might, however, be reserved for Mr, Drew A. Morton, who glvea such ai excellent representation of Tonl Klllerman, the old waiter, and Mrs. Kdna Archer Crawford, who takes the part of Wathle. The show and the company Is wor thy all the good that can be said of them, and those who fall 'to visit Toll's theater during the present week will miss one of the. best treats of the season. YOTE RUSH IS ON Contestants in the Fifth and Sixth Districts Getting Busy Already. To the young lady showing the largest gain In votes In the Journal Courier contest In District S and only, from Monday, June 52, to Frl- ! day, June 28, at 5 p. m., the Journal- Courier will give away another fine suit rase, Remember, these votes count also In the gen'eral contest. Now get busy and send In your subscrip tions and get this fine suit rase, just what you want and need whetv going on such a 'trip as the Journal-Courier offers. , . This Is leap year. And every 'con testant has for that-reason a greater right to ask for votes. One busy man said he thought there had been 117 candidates call on him for votes with his subscription. That Is' the wy the young indies have of letting one know that they want to win a trip to Wash ington, rhjladelphla. Atlantic City and New York. The votes will make the w Inners. Bring In your votes and sub scriptions and avoid the rush. For the voting continues. So does the en thusiasm. t ! NAMES OF THE CANDIDATES In the Grrat Journal-Courier Free Trip Contest, nnd the Vole Exhibit. District No. 1. All of Wards One, Two and Three. Vote MISS AXXA MeCARTAX ...... 1 189 15 SylTMii avenue. MISS ETHEL HAZELTIXE 4004 30 Vernon street. MISSWAE IGO 42 7 Greenwood veroo. MISS ETTA DATTEuSBY. . , . . . 43 19 Waverly street. MISS NELLIE CAXTEY. . 12 470 Onk street. MISS AXXA PENNEY S018 29 Judson avenue. Ml SS NELLIE E. TOST ........ 1 100 Srrnnton street. MISS MABEL SCHILLING....:. 80 820 Onk street. MISS L.UTIA E. LAMPSOX. .. 751 101 Sylvan avenne. MISS ROSE HERMAN 2444 33 nrond street. MISS EVANGELINE McGRAIL. IS 14 Court street. District No. 2. . .All of Wards Four, Five, Six nnd Seven. . Vote) MISS BECHLA BARKER 1332 50 Arthur street. MISS ANNIE SHIELDS 823 120 Rosette street. i MISS L. A. WHALEN 14 5(18 Chapel street. MISS MARGARET MeCULLOM. 6 292 Wnllnec street. MISS CELIA O'CONNOR 8 220 Hnmlltou street. ,. MISS ROSE MURRAY.... 2HH Wallace street. MISS MABEL E. ROSE... . 857 ..3181 795 State strcf. MISS ISABEL KEENAN 5251 104 St. John Htreet. MISS BERTHA BERNSTEIN... 48 Lyons street. MISS JENNIE GRANT. . . ..... Ill Hamilton street, MISS ELIZABETH DUFFY 238 Franklin street MISS FRANCES J. NORTON... 271 Howard nvenne. MISS JESSIE THOMPSON 43 30 311 25 20 508 Chapel St. Ml SS ANNIE ALDERMAN ...... 5 00 Prince St. 3IISS ANNA HEFERNAN 10 005 East street. MISS HENRIETTA RHODES... 4 314 Columbus avenue. District, No. 3. All of vnrds Eleven, Twelve, Four teen and' Fifteen. VotcJ MISS KATrtERIXE DVOGAX. .. 21 81 Haven street. MISS ALICE PEnilY 278 Exchange street. MISS XOItA E. ALLEN , 250 Ferry street. MISS EILEEN MUX LEY 21(1 t hopel street. MISS ALICE TOWERS 815 Ferry street. MISS MARGARET LARKINS.. 87 Ilnven street. MISS MILDHEII I. CONKLI.V 43 Poplar street. SO 9211 17 5 17 MISS MARGARET CLAXCEY. ..2118 375 Grand avenue. MIm THERESA IIOFFMEISTER 122.1 818 GrVind avenue. MISS A. II. XETTLETOX 205 English Mrret. MISS AMILE XEl'MAX 1216 State street. MISS GEnTRVDE GREEN.... 117.1 Stnle street. MISS GERTRUDE PETIT 1325 State street. 13 431 10 MISS CLARA BROOKS Cedar Hill Ave. and Grarc St. MISS MA PEL Gl'STAFSOX..., 382 Grand avenue. MISS CLARA RVSS 477 State St. .901 1! District No. 4. All of wards Eight, Xlnc, Ten Thirteen (Westville). nnd Votes .. 42 MISS FAXXIE PITTS 411 Winchester n venue. j MISS CLARA LOWEXSrEIN. ... 2 78 Canal street. I MISS KATIIERIXE MAGl'IRE. . 27 89 I'oote street. j SUSS MARGARET E. TOOLE... 421 I8 New hall gtrert. MISS FAXXIE DEXX1S 70 43 Reers Mreet. MISS FLOREXCE G. SHAW. . . .2100 15 West Elm street (Westville). MISS JEXXIE E. SIfSE IS 109 Rnssett street. MISS MARGARET WERTZ 1352 43 Sprlngsldc aTenue. MISS MAY A. GLYNN 41 85 Edwards street. MISS ALICE DOWNS 6 151 Illnke streei. MISS LILLIAN .IOHXSOX. ..... 1207 787 Whnller avenue. MISS HESSIE ROimiXS 0 788 Whnlley Aie. MISS OLIVE HOLTOX 41 1292 Whalley n venue. District ;No. 5. All . of Sctithhifrton (Inclmllm; riantsvlllo, Milldnle and Marlon; nil of Derby, Ansonln, Seymour nnd Shel ton, Hamdeii and Cheshire. Votes MISS nELEN JOSLIN 54 Mt. Carinel, Conn. MISS LOVISE RtTLER 310 Seymour, Conn. MISS MABEL O. WOODCOCK . . 5 . .HlRhwood, Conn. MISS EDNA E. At'GVR 2 Woodbrldse. C mn. MISS BLANDIE BASSETT 1090 Mt. Carmcl, Conn. MISS AOXES KEXXEDY 206 Derby, Conn. MISS AXXIE SHEA ,. 72 Ansonln, Conn. MISS LOUISE EARLE. . Ansonla, Conn. MISS AOXES COXWAY. 151 Ansonla, Conn. MISS EVA WILLIAMS Ansonla, Conn. MISS BESSIE HYDE..., 236 Shclton, Conn. MISS HILDA MYERS. . . Shelton, COnn. MISS GRACE COLLINS. Shelton, Conn. MIS ANNA BRODY Shelton, Conn. MISS NINA WELLS 113 Main St., SoiithliiRton, Conn. MISS MAE BUTLER, , 1115 Bristol St., Soiuhlngton. MISS MARGUERITE WELCH.. 6 Sniithhifrton, Conn. MISS LUCIA L. DEAN 5 Hamden, Conn. MISS AMANDA REMINGTON. . 5 Hamden, Conn. MISS CORA HALL 2 Hamden, Conn, .District No. 6. All of Orange (Including West Ha ven), Mllford (including Woodmont), Wisdom Comes with age but thousands of school children know the food value of POSTUM "There's a Reason." Wnlllngrord, Xorth Haven, East Ha cn, I Iran ford (Itirludlne Stony Crock and Pine Orchard), Mndlsou, Guilford and Clinton. Vote. MISS Ul'IJY Ml'RRAY 12 Guilford. Conn. MISS EIX)H L. GOODSELL. ... 30 ' Xorth Hmcn, Conn. MISS AXXIE HOLHROOK, . .', , ,1460 I'nt llnwu, Conn. MISS HEHTHA COY ; . 1012 Mllford, Conn. MISS AXXIE XETTLETOX... Mllford. Conn. MISS AXXIE TIUHALS Mllford, Conn. MISS ELSIE SMITH Mllford, Conn. MISS MAMIE LOCKWOOD . . Mllford. Conn. MISS LOTTIE ALLEN.... Wnlllnpford, Conn. 17 853 13 211 MISS MAt'DE TIG HE. WnllliiRford, Conn. MISS CELIA WARD ., Wnlllngrord, Conn. MISS ELSIE PIPER Hrnnford. Conn. MISS OLIVE ANDREWS... Enst Ilnven. MISS ME L. SHINE . 13 . SI . 237 .2071 . 41 1 5 7 3:17 Peck Ave., West Hmed. Miss SCSIE S1MPSOX Mllford, Conn. " MISS NELLIE XOYES , 17 Onk St., West Ilnven. MISS ( OXSTAXCE FIELD 13 George street, W. Ilnven. MISS C. WRIGHT . 19 .17 II Fourth street. W. Haven, ' MISS FAXXIE REACH .Mllford. Conn. MISS VIOLET HOFFMAN WnllliiRford, Conn, 63 FRENCH LINE. CtmpiiRnle Generate TrnnnnllnDt'.que, Direct Uno to HAVRE PARIS, Franc Sailing every THURSDAr, 10 a. m. From Pier 42, North River, Nw York. La Frovenea June 95 La Lorraine July 1 La Tournlne July 9 La Bretnune July jj "La t'rovence juy 23 Li Tournlne July 30 Twln-serew steamers. , . General Anrnrj-, II) Mnte Street, Jf. Y. Apply to I'reneh Line, 19 State St., N. T. or Pweezey & Kflsny, in2 Church SU Hlshop & Co., 183 Ornnne St. Parlsli & Co., 8t Orange St. MONTAUK STEAMBOAT CO. '$ LINE . R'tween New London, Conn., and Greenport, Shelter Island nnd Sng Ilnrhor, Lena Istend. ' Steamer N'nntnsket leaves New Lon don week days 10 a. m 4 m. Leaves Sag Harbor 6 a. in,, 12:80' p.. in. HAMBURG-AMERICAN WEEKLY SERVICE TO i.ono i'Anis HAMni'Ro a GIIIRALTAR NAPI.KS GEXOA by Large, Luxurious Twin Screw Steamers: all modern appointments. Summer Voyages the 'VOXPFRLANnS OF THE NORTH BY PCPF.RB CRCISryO STEAMERS OCE ANA, KRONTRLVZESSIM CECILIE AND METOR FROM HAMBURG DUR ING JFN. J1:LY AND AUOCST. Ofllee. 45 IVwny, N. V., or any loesl asjt. IS IT ENJOYABLE ? i ron i ai nthot people with defeetlva tevthf De 700 not '.htnlt other would ba as distressed II youra were that way! Now don't let them get beyond the help of a good dentist. II one of your teeth U mlidta, bave on brlda; th apnea with on thnt la the name aolor, ahapa and eli of the natural oaa. PHILA. DENTAL ROOMS 781 CHAPEL ST. KEY FITTING Gun and Locksmlthlnj. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO 68 Center St., E. H. Bassetl Mgr, .4 mm . CHAPEL l MISS OLIVE VAN HAAFTEN 219 East naven. ' . .'' MISS THERESA BEAtTAC' . . . 1263 East naven. ' ' TRAVELERS' GUIDE. ewYork ''"i ,7; 'X, faew Haven Joxlraad, JVNK IB, 190S. s V ' FOR NEW YORK M 15, M:, ' x5:5. 8:48, 8:0), x8:10, S:48. 9:SS. M0:30. a. m iz:u3, iz:06, '11:20, 1:22.' '2:03, 12:05, 1:20, 1:22. :3, 3:25. 51, J4.i0. 4:81.-. 5:01, 5:40, 9, i :03. 7:50. l8:t(J, 9:0l, 6:03, 't-.id. 9:2J p. m. Sundays S:30 a. m., 12:00, 4:35, '5:01, 'xSjlO. 9:01. Il:?n n m -4:15, :, XT:il, liBS; 'lS, t:sl, 6:40, , "7:03. 7:i0, Far Washing-ton Tla Harlem River 1:00 p. m 12:00, night, dally. ' . For BOKfoa via Hartford, an. Willi, mantle -'D-.OZ a. m., 4:03 J). m. Knr noston via ' New London " and Provlileut e 2:20, 2:61,' 7:47,' 1111:4'), ft. m. '12:05, 1,2:40, 2;59. .. 4:30, . 4:55, :40. SiOB, p. m. Sundays 2:10, 2:51 a. m., 12:05, 2:58,. '4:55, .7:05, p. m. . r ' . ..... For lloston vln snrlna-fletd 1:10, 11:15. a. m., 1:47. p. m. ; Sunday! '1:10 a. m , 1:47, 5:44 p. m. ... For Hartford, Sprlnflelf, Etc. 1:M, x4:00, 6:36, 7:48, '10:08, 11:JS, a. i in. xl:00, '1:47, 3:10, '4:08, x5:00,: '6:44, 8:08,, 7:10, ito Hartford ), x:10 10:10 p. m. Sundays '1:10, x9:05, xtl:46, a.,m.j ' 1:47, '5:30, 5:44, 7:1),,. x8:10."X9:20 P- m. , .. .... ... Fr New l,oana, Eta 2:33, 2:51, 7:47, 11:13. '1111:40 a. m., 12:08' (3. 1:05 to 8fiybrook Junctleir), 2:42, 2:68. 8:06, 4:00, (to Ssybrook-Junction , 4:20 4:55, 5:15, 6:10, (to- Saybrook), i5:4J, 7:05, 8:16 to Oullfard, Sat: ta ' Snybrook), p. m. Sundays J:20, 3:51, 8:52 a. m., '12:08, '2:58, 4:58, 7:05 v. m. '.' i' For Mlddletown, Wllllmaatle, Ete. 7:35 n. m., 12:68, 6:10, p. m. Bundayt 7:20 p.-m. ' For Hhellmnrne Falls, Ete. 7:44 a'. m. 12:20 (to New Hartford), .4:01, 6:05, p. rn. 'to Westflelrt). ' , , .. For Waterbnrr 6:48, (via Naug-atuek Junction). 8:00, '8:33, :82. a., m. 2:35. 6:45, 7:40, 11:40, p. m.,- Sundays 8:25, 11:15 a. m., 6:45, 8:6) p. m. . .. For Wlnntrd 8:48,. (vta Nauaatuclt Junction), 9:32 a. m., 2:86, 6:4'5, f:40.p, m. Sundays 8:25 a. m., 4:45.. p. m. For riteld and Intermediate Point 1 ft:ss, (via Bridgeport), 9:32 a. m. s2:00, 4:05 p. m. Sundays 8:05 a. m. For LltehOeld 9:32 a. m., s2:00, s4:05, 6:10 p. m. Sundays 8:05 a. m. Express trains xLocal express. , liParlnr ear limited. .sSaturdavs. W. G. BIF.nn, A. R. SMITH, Gen, Snpt. Gea. Pass. Aft. Wtt .Nova Uavon lino '' -'no 'irMffSff lUnSOUTH AND WEST efmnr farrs RP.nT7f:r.rj. ot-AMICIl R1CHARJO PECK. ' From New Haven Leave Belle Dock dally, except Mondays, 1:00 a m.; also Sundays 4:30 p. m. . . , . From New York Leave Pier 28, East River, near Catherine St., week days, 2:45 p. m.; Sundays, 9:30 a. m.ifoot East 22d st, week days, 8:00-p. m.; Sundaya, 10:30 a. m. Time between Kaw HaVan and New York about Ave hours. .' Tickets and stateroom -at blsboti a Co.'s, 185 Orange street, also at Ball Dock and on Steamer. GEO. C. BLACK, Ag-ent, New Havan. F. C. COLET. A. O. P. A.. New Tork. SPECIAL NOTICE, t The trips of the 'steamer-'' Richard Peek from New Haven to New York, on Wednesday night, June. 24, and from New York to New Haven on1 Thursday, June 25, will be omitted. . Starin's N. Y. &N. H. Line. DAILY EXCEPT BATt'EDA!.' '. PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICI Leavca New Haven 9:00 p. m Starlo Pier, foot of Brown Street . Leave New York 9:00 p. m., Cortlandt Street, Pier No. 13, N. ft. Far 76c., excursion tickets 11.25. Rooms 1. Ttka Chap el Street cart to Brewery street C. II. FISHER. Aft at, Hew : Hnvea. Coaa. ANCHOR LINE GLASGOW AND IONDON0ERRT. Sailing; from New York every Satwrla New Twin-Screw Steamships "California," "Caledonia," . 'ColnmbU.t Average passage 74 days.). . . and Favorite Steamer "Fonimli.' Splendid accommodations. SALOON gS3.no, B6T.50 and gT2Jltr. SECOND CABIN, HIM AND MB. THIRD CLASS. $27.60 and 93S.T5. For new Illustrated Book "of Tours apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, New York; or J. Mustarda, -411 Win throp ave., Bishop A Co., 185 Orange St., J, A. Swenson, 619 State St, ot Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St., New Haven. , . " ; , The Recreation Tours SPECIAL three-day tour to Blocli Island, Saturday, July 4. returnlrii Monday evening, July 6. ; Ocean Vlen Hotel $11.00. " ' -''. . 1" -I nlns lulu TrtlisA1': Laici iiuijf iuuio. , Block Island, July 18-25. , Saratoga Springs, July 13-JT. 1 , , White Mountains, July 20. ; -For Information call or address The Recreation Tourist Co., 185 Orange Street.