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tfHE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1908.
15 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. J I v u I, 'if IS " 4. 'I 1 LIVERY AND SALES STABLES. HOWARD AVE. STADI.ES H. T. Lynch, prop., Hacks, Coupes, Livery & Bale buble. Carriages for all ocoa slons. D10 Howard ave. 'Phons 1843-12. GEORGE F. CRJPPS 183-185 Com merce st. Clipping by sloetrlclty. Telephone connection. New Haven, Conn. K1IIK 6 CO., INC. 170 Temple it.. Hacks, Coupee, 'Busses and Livery of all descriptions. Telephone 820. Open tlay and night I). B. tinnim (Hyperion Stables) Op pbslte Vanderbllt hall. Coach, Coupe and Livery Service. Automobile atten "sa. 1038 Chapel street. ENTERPRISE STADI.ES F. M. Palm er, prop,, boarding, Livery and Feed Stables. Automobiles to Rent. Open day and night. 1)8 Crown stroet FIRST-CLASS looomoblle for rent at reasonable rate. I. Kinney and Son, liverymen, 860 Congress avenue. A LOAD 6f Selected Horses, consisting of Business Horses, Drivers, Coach Horses and Workers, will arrive Sat urday. June 18. Come and look them over. George P. Rolf, Bale and Ex change Stable, 107-109 Grand avenue, New Haven, conn. HARRY E. DARROW 177 Front St. Best care given to Boarders, Hacks, Cartages, Wagon and Light Livery. Expressing Done. 'Phone 1809-8. LABOR AGENTS. W. J. HAVENS CO. 278 Water Street : Have your lawns and trees trimmed by contract We will keep your yard In perfect trim at a reasonable rate per month. Call or 'phone us. Note the number. MAGNETIC TREATMENT. M. H. HOLLADAY Specialty of nerve and stomach diseases, 16U w. sttn st, New York. New Haven Fridays, 1 to 6 p. m., 805 Dlxwell ave. Tel 786-3. MARINE ENGINES & HARD WARE. FOR KALE A four horsepower Mlamus motor. But slightly used. $00. Com plete, mo Marine Engii.e and Hard ware Co., 18 fiirn, West Haven. 'Phono. MEN'S CLOTHING. FOR a good wearlns suit at a reason able price see Ralph Madona, 170 Congress avenue.' A large assortment of Men s spring ana summer suitings. MECHANICAL. MICHAEL F. CAMPBELL Consulting Machinist, atg first sw. tlx. uiag Power Plants Designed and Installed Gas Producers. Gas Engines. MEN'S AND LADIES' CLOTHING. . MILLER 3 Washington ave.; Mens ana Ladles doming at greatly re duced prices. Men's Trousers $1 26 up. .Ladles' Skirts 31.26 up. MOULDINGS. n irt ftaf wrifrn Picture Frames and Wall Mouldings Corner Hill and Whitney streets. New Haven, conn. MOTORS. THE FOSTER MOTOR CO. will hereaft er be removed from 81 Crown street -to 66-67 East Ferry street, root of Far- ren avenue. , OXY-ACELTELENE WELDING. OXY-CARBI CO. Cast Iron, Semi-Steel, Boft Steel Copper and brass. Any breaks that no one else can repair, bring to us. 17 weDster street PAINTING AND PAPERIIANGING, bid furnished on all jobs. Painting, ParprhiinKlnsr and Interior Decorat ing. Paints, Hrunr.es and Wall Paper. 8, u. Grlllo, 646 urana av, i-none itmi-f OPTICIANS. H. W. JOH.VQVKST 628 Chapel street, successors to F. O. Matteson. Eyes examined and - glasses lined. Prices reasonable. PAINTERS AND DECORATORS , M. RAIKETON 440 Congress avenue, House Painting, Paper Hanging and Hardwood Finishing. First class work done at reasonable prices, r none. I P. D'ANDREA 676 Oak St., Painting and Paperhanglng. All work given my personal supervision, rrices rea sonable, festimaies furnisnea. i-nuns. R. KANNEGIESSER 61 Sylvan ave., Decorating, sign ana nouses-aiming. Paper Hanging. Reasonable Prices. Large force of skilled workmen. PUBLIC STORAGE, PACKING. E. E. RICHARD 18 Garden St. Pack- Ins: and Shipping. General forward lng Agent. Best Storehouse In the City for iiousenoia uoocis. low rates. PLUMBING AND HEATING. GEORGE II. YARDLEY 687 Chapel street, nuinDing, uas f ining, Tin, ' Bhoet Copper and Iron Work. Steam and Hot Water Heating. 'Phone 1602-6. . HULL 4 COSTELLO 21 Elm street West Haven; Plumbers and Tinner, Gas and Steam Fitting. Hot Air and Hot Water Heating. Sheet Metal Work. I w utrl.I.IV A1VMnln ITo.t IJ,.... V, ... 0 w . ........ Mm, .iBtoii! Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting. Estimates furnished. Jobbing work lYtlli DUUIBI 1-111 LIUII, ' ROBERT LATIN Plumbing, Heating, Lighting, Tinning and Bheot Metal Work.. Tel 807, Whalley aveuue. JOSEPH J. KENNEDY 7 Humphrey square, tuiumuci lurnisnea on san itary Plumbing, Heating and Tinning, General Jobbing and Repairing. Phone, 4, J .HOGAN 972 State .st, .Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter. Tin, Copper and Bhcot Iron Work. Jobbing. Work done at reasonable prices. 'Phone. MARTIN & CO 122 East Pearl, rear Shoe Store. Plumbing, Heating and Gas Fitting done. Bids furnished. Spe cial uttontlon to Jobbing and Repair. PHOTOGRAPHERS. M.'W. FILLET 840 Chapol street. A perfect likeness assured when we do your work. One trial will convince you. 1'rlcea reasonable. ' PRINTERS. VAN DYCK t CO. 088 Grand avenue, Commercial Job Printing, Book Bind ing, etc It It Is anything In the print ing una 'pnone or can on us, RIDING AND DRIVING HORSES. WE MAKE a specialty of Schooling Saddle Horses. Horses trained for Ladles' use by a woman. Feltls & Malloy, 161 Bradley st 'Phone 2028-3. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. S. B. OVIATT & SONS Management of Real Estate. 82 Church St.. New Haven, Conn. CHARLES n. SPIEGEL Real estate and Insurance. Notary public Room 211, Exchange building, 865 Chapol street Telephone 1404-1. JAMES B. McGANN Real Estate and Insurance, Rooms 707-708 Malloy Building, 002 Chape) street, New Ha ven, Conn. WELLINGTON II RE Real Estate and Loans. Property cared for. Room 14, 82 Church street, New Haven, Conn. Telephone. NEW HOUSE FOR SALE Modern One- Family House, 67 Kverltt st. Sot Range; Gas Range; Parquetry Floors and Hardwood Finish. Will be finish ed Aug. IS. Lot 60x157 feet Inquire of Mr. Frank Fogarty, 468 Howard ave. RIDING SCHOOL. OERTEL RIDING SCHOOL, Boarding 6tables, 37 Cottage, near Whitney avo. 'Phone 2706-12. Instruction In Riding. Special attention ladles and children. Horses trained to saddle. RUG WORKS. OLD CARPETS and Pictures Cleaned and made Into Beautiful Fluff Rugs Call for Samples and Estimates. N. H. Rug Works, t Pearl street. 6AW SHOP. NOW Is the time to Have your Lawn Mower Sharpened. 'Phone 2466-6. We will call and do It right. J. W. Cot. toral, 208 Dlxwell avenue. STAR GASOLINE ENGINES. WALTER n. CLINTON 34-86 Elm St., W. -Haven. Royal and Hartford marine engines, WestlngHouse dynamos and motors. Automobile, machine work. SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS. POLITICAL BANNERS, Transparencies, Flags, Cloth Lettering and Signs of Every Description. Get our prices. Out of town orders promptly attended to. We are the oldest 81gn House In the State. Established 1859. Chas. R. Phil lips, 828 Chapel street Room 10. SUPERIXUOUS HAUL PAINLESS electrolysis is the only guaranteed permanent cure . No scars; treatment U, 11 years' graduate specialist. Mrs. Dr. Olmstead, 813 Chapel street. Room 25. SEWING MACHINES. KELLY'S SEWING MACHINE STORE 46 Lriapel st., Is the place to buy a good machine. Come and Join our Sew ing Machine club. Tel. connections. STENOGRAPHERS. B. II. A. A. II. KINNEY Room 37, 82 Church street. Copying Stories, Artl cles. books, and other Manuscript Work a specialty. Different styles of type. MANUSCRIPTS typewritten. 50c. per thousand words. Special rates for poetry and book manuscripts. Lucy R, Austin, 82 Church street. MISS MAID C. SPIEGEl Typewriting ana aienograpny. noom ill, ux change building, 5 Chapel street. Tel ephone 1404-4. . SCHOOL OF DANCING. OPEN Winter and Summer. Private or Class lessons. All the new dance taught correctly. Prof. Rlcclo's School ot Dancing, cor. state and court sts. SAND BLASTING. S PERRY BROS. A Specialty of Clean Ing Stone and Pressed Brick Build ings. Paints Removed from Stone, Wood and Iron. Room 413, Malley bldg. STOVE REPAIRS. JERRY FRYER 104 Sylvan ave., Re pairs furnished for any Stove mode. I will also store your stove away la nrst class snaps, xeiepnone 2100-2 SIGN PAINTER. SIGNS oX Every Description. Wagon Lettering a Specialty. Show Cards and cloth signs. Clifford Hunting, 186 urana ave. rnone aso. THE NATIONAL SUIT PRESSING CO REDUCTION I Suits pressed! 86a Tho National Suit Pressing Co., t'i Church street, opposite postofnee. Telephone itiz-2. k rca uoiaoaum, mgr. THE ELTON RESTAURANT. A GOOD Place to Eat. Regular dinner, zoo. Heguiar supper, zdc special or ders a la carte at all hours. F. J, Leon ard, 373 State street TINNING AND HEATING. O. M. EDGERLEY & CO 529 State St. Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Workers. Furnace, Stove and Range work. Roof ing, eto. Telephone. TAILORS. JOHNSON A KALLGREN Up-to-date lalors, We don't make cheap clothes. We make good clothes cheap. We can prove It. Room 404, Y, M. C. A. big. Tel. UMBRELLA MANUFACTURER. JUST ARRIVED Full line of Suit Cases and Travelers' Goods, Latest styles Umbrellas and Parasols In stock or to order. A. Miller, 446 State st. UPHOLSTERERS. A. CALLIENNO Park street and How ard avenue. A seaond hand piano for sale. Very reasonable. 1 Park st 'Phone 6807-8. WOOD TURNING. ETZEL A SONS White and Red Cedar for Boats. Cedar Moth Chests a Spe cialty. All kinds of Boat Timber and Turning. 'Phone. 101 Fairmont ave. SUMMER COTTAGES. One eent a word tor each insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven timet. SUM M Ell COTTAGE on Mt Oamipl, above Mosquito plnguo; grand view of the sound; constant breeiso, Ad dress It, C, Bell, Granby, Muss. Ju22 2t FOR RENT Furnished cottages; all Improvements; by the mouth or sea son. O. W. Howe, Woodmont, Conn. Jul0 7t FOR RENT Summer cottage, dollght fully situated on the river at Lyme, to let. Inquire Richard Bump, Lyme, Conn. Jul3 7t w COTTAGES for rent at Indlnn Neck, six bed rooms, good beds, larne vornnda, eh a tin, electric lights, olty water. l N. Hastings, 64 Oris wold street Merl- den, Conn. . ,J jul3 7t FOR SALE 11-room summer home In Cheshire, Including tew acres of land, large variety" fruit trees, berries, eto, Inquire F. E. Brooks, 746 Chapel st 1113U 141 FOR RENT Furnished. The largo house on 'Barnes' " Island. Thimble Island. Wm. II. Barnes, Stony Creek. Conn. m23 tf INDIAN NECK Trowbridge cottage, next to Montowese house. John T. Sloan Co . mSl tf SUMMER BOARDERS WANTED. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. WHERE are you going to spend your vacation? I am going to "Dreamland Farm," Woodbury, Conn., near tho beautiful Nonnowaug Falls. The terms are reasonable. ymii WANTED Boarders tor the summer In pleasant locality. Prices reasonable. Address Lock Box B, Rlverton, conn. Ju22 2t WANTED Summer boarders at Elm Tree Farm. Plenty of fresh eggs, milk and poultry. Cool, airy rooms. Nice shady lawns. John Frlsble, Wol cott Road, Waterbury. JU20 7t URNJISHjniAT One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FURNISHED flat, five rooms, modern Improvements, veranda, shade trees, large ynrd. dpslrable neighborhood; Brownell street, near Wlinlley nvenun trolley. Price $25, no extra charge for furniture. Must rent by 27th or furni ture will be stored. Beerher Realty Co., 837 Chapel street. Ju25 3t BOATjJLAU One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. CnilSING boat for sale, launch Flor ence, 40 feet over all, 10 ft. beam, cabin 24 ft., forward engine room nnd galley and oftor cabin, toilet fitted with Sands closet, raised pilot house 6 ft. head room, tender carried on davits, Globe enslne 12 hors'ipower, two an chors, set of lights, all In god condi tion, will be sold reasonable. Call on or nddresj H. M. Rose, Mllford, Conn. Telephone call 76-4. Ju24 t noWBOATS Have one that's right. Potremont Boat Co. J11I8 7t CITY NOTICES. NOTICE TO 40TH ACTORS. CTTY ENGINKKIUS OFF ICK, No. 17 City Hall. New Iluven. Ot., June 25, 1!0&. Sealed proposals will he received nt this olllee until 2 p. m. July fl, JimiR. fur constructing retaining walls on the ex tension ot Crown street, between Statu street nnd the Y.. N. II. & II. It. 11. C Blark forms of proposal, and any In formation concerning plans, specifica tions, bands, etc., will be furnished upon application. No proposal wll be. received after the time specined and all proposals not on the blanks furnished or nt proper ly filled out will be lejeeteil. The right to reject any or all bids Is resM ved. By order of TIIK D1RKCTOR OF ri'llLIC WORKS. C. W. KELLY. Jn25 3t City Engineer. ORDINANCE CONCERNING NCI SANl'KS. In compliance with sections -35 ami 129 of the Charter of the City of New Haven, notice Is hereby given of tho adoption and approval of Hie following ordinance of the City of New Haven: Be It Ordained by the Hoard of Alder men of the City of New Haven: The depositing or throwing of any waste paper, tin enn, pall, box, basket, old shoes and boots, dead animal, trult or pieces of fruit, garbage, cinders, ashes, refuse, rubbish, or waate of any kind upon or In any vacant lot In the city, whither Inclosed or open, or In any gutter, cntch basln,-or man hole In any of the public streets or squares of the city, Is hereby forbidden, excepting the deposit of cinders and tisheN In those cases where written permission U first obtained of the Police Department or the Board of Health, nnd .except that tho deposit of any waste paper, tin can, pall, box, banket, old shoes and boots, dead animal, fruit or pieces of fruit garbage, cinders, ashes, refuse, rubbish, or waste of any kind, Is hereby permit ted In those places which may Iwi desig nated by either tho police department or tho Hoard 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 hy Inn 1'ollce De partment or the Board of Health, re move snld waste paper, tin can, pall, box, basket, old shoes and hoots, dead animal, fruit or pieces of fruit, gar bage, cinders, nshes, refuse, rubbish, or waste of any kind so thrown or depos ited In and upon such vacant lot with in three days after receiving such no tice, except whore and when permis sion Is given by either the Police De partment of the Board of Health. Anv person violating any of the pro visions of this section shall forfeit and pay a fine of not less tnan five dol lars. Board of Aldermen, Juno 1, 1008. Read for the first time and ordoreJ printed In the Journal, M. A. MOnAN, JR., Assistant City Clerk. Board of Aldermen, June 16, 100S. Read for the second time, amended by Inserting In the 16th lino after tho word "premises" the words "or any per son depositing or throwing nny wasto paper, tin can, pall, box, basket, old shoes, and boots, dead animal, fruit, or pieces of fruit, garbage, cinders, ashes, refuse, rubbish or waste of any kind upon any such vacant lot." As amended, report accepted nnd or dinance adopted by a majority of all aldermen present and absent. M. A, MOHAN, JR., Assistant City Clerk. City ot New Haven, June 20, 1008, Approved. JAMES B. MARTIN, 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, Attest: JAMES J. DEVINE, Ju22 8t City Clerk, LOST AND POUND. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. LOST lllliek pnckethoiik rontiitnlliR (76 and Chicago and Noi'tliwestot'ii II. It. phhb, Liberal reward If rnturnttd to A. K. Illchtirils, 36 Kim Hi met. Ju26 3t LOST Huston terrier, brlnrtlo, male, while markings. Name "Muni'." t'ol lar on. Howard. Dole, Blnke Hlivet. Jti.i It LOST Ixirge whlto cat, tiger I"11. "n Utter spot on head. Howard. 20. 1 Crown street. Ju23 2t LOS'l'-tSum of money 011 Dlxwell ave nue. $10 reward for return to De Lucia, 3S2 RaMt utrect, Ju23 2t I Oi i June 21, NYY., N. II. & H. railroad trulim on lines termlnalln;t nt Now Iluven; apply Station Agent, Union Station; I'mln-clla, FOUND June 21, Connecticut Co, cars, city and suburban llnea; apply Lodt ami Found Department, olllco building, cor. (.'Impel and Slate streets; SIIIhuii wrench, apron, pair of spectacles, key, lady's veil, pursa. FOl'ND June 23, N. Y., N, H. , & , H railroad Iriilns on lines terminating at Now Haven; apply Station Agent, I'nlon Station: Dress suit case, coat, 3 umbrellas, package, FOUND June 23, Connecticut Co. car,l, city and suburban lines; apply Lost and Found Department, olllee bunding, cor. Chapel and Stale streets: Hatpin, pocketbook, veil, raincoat, lady's col lars, lady'B Jacket, box of lunch, rake, hoo and shovel, 2 umbrellas, 2 pairs of gloves. LOST On Canner street or Waterbury trolley, gold W. I. M. class pin. Re ward If returned to 809 Orange street. Ju23 2t One cent a word for each rti.sertlon. or five cents a word for scynn ..lines, MANICURE, shampoo, racial massago. marcel waving, superfluous hair re moved, electrlo treatment (Dr. Cum mtngs' method). Mrs. U. E. Chamber lain, V33 cnapei sirecu icicpiione. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. OFFICE 391 State street. ' John T. Sloan Co. ni21 tt CITY' NOTICES. 'i- k v i a v r.-t-. u Are hereby notlned mat the Board of .-......... nt I ha I'lrv rf aiir !..,.. will be In session at Room No. ts, city Hall, eveiy week day rrom June 1, luo, until July 1, U'uK, Inclusive, for the pur pose of receiving lints of ail persons owning propen, real and personal, subjori to taxation In this city. 11 any ivsiuitu. m-giecis or reluses to hund In list, made and sworn lo as prescribed by law (sickness or absence from the city being no excuse 1, . .. ...UuL.r mint rrttlUn ami Hur . inu - " - - - - ..nt, au.i add thereto ten per centum, as n-nuirjj 1..- i.iw power of attorney cannot be made uso ot in making oath to list, nor ca.i the husband inn no oath to list of prop ertv ot the wile, In which he has m Interest, nor contrariwise, the wlfo far the husband. Each parcel of real estate must bo separately described. Ultlee hours from 9 a. m, unril 4 p, m., exiept on Saturdays when tho htul will be closed at 1 p. m. Signed: TIMOTHY F. CALLAHAN, F.DWAKD F. M Kit KILL, John J. hooan. FREDERICK L. LEHR. JOHN E DOPUHAN. m2fl lmo Board of Assessoru. ORDINANCE RFOCLATINO THE PF.D DUNM OF MERCHANDISE LN AND UPON THE STREETS. In compliance with sections S6 and 15'J of the Charter of the City of New Haven, notice Is hereby given of tho adoption and approval of the following ordinance of (he city of New Haven: Be It ordained by the Hoard of Alder men of the City of New Haven: Pee. 1. No person or persons shall en gage In the vending or peddling of any goods, ware", or merchandise of any sort or description In and upon any of the public Streets or tne city without first having obtained a license therefor. Said license may be Issued by the Chief of Police nnd the amount of the li cense fee shall he not less than flflv cents and not moro than twenty-live dollars. Board of Aldermen, June 1, 10ns. Read for the first time nnd ordered printed In thn Journal. M. A. Ml ill A N. JR., Assistant City Clerk. Board of Aldermen, Juno 16, 19(18. Read for the second time, neceptcd, and ordinance adopted by a majority voto of all .aldermen present and ab sent. M, A. MOHAN, JR., Assistant city Clerk. City of New Haven, June 20, 1008, Approved. JAMES n. MARTIN, Mayor. The foregoing is a true and correct copy of riynrrt and said ordinance will' become operative and In effect on and after Juno 28, 1908. Attest: JAMES J. DEVINE, Ju22 3t City Clerk. ORDINANCE CONI'ER NINO COOD OR DER AND DECENCY. Ill compliance with sections 85 and 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 tho City of New Ha ven: Hu It Ordained by tho Hoard of Alder men of the City of New Haven: No person shntl commit any nuisance upon any sidewalk In any street or pub lie so.uai'0 of the City of New Have.i. Anv persons offending against the pro vision of this section shall forfeit and pay a penally of not less tnan ten dol lars, nor morn than twenty-llvo dollars for each offense. Board of Aldermen, Juno 1, 1008. Rend for the first tlmo and ordered printed In the Journal. M. A. MOHAN, JR., Assistant City Clerk. Board of Aldermen, June 15, 1918. Read for the second lime, accepted and ordlnnnce adopted by a majority vote of all tho aldermen present and absent, M. A. MOHAN, JR., , Assistant City Clerk. City of Now Haven, Approved. JAMES B. MATiTN, Mayor. Tho foregoing Is a true and correct copy of record, and said ordinance will become operative and in full effect on and after June 2S, HioS. I AMES J. DEVINE. Ju22 3t Assistant City Clerk. Chnlly I overheard you remark, Miss I'epprey, that Otis Sappy and I Were gwent cliunis, hut I nsauah you you were mistaken . Miss Pepprey Oh, no; It was you who was mistaken. 1 said, "great chumps." Philadelphia Press. . Sho If a man loves his wlfo as much as she loves him, he will stop wasting his money on clgnrs If sne asks him. He Yes, but If his wlfo loves him as much as she ought to love a man who loves her enough to stop If sho asks him, she won't aHk him. Puck. LOST My bank book,-No. 16H96. of the National Savings Bank of New Ha ven. The Under will return same to the bank or to me, as It will bo of no value to anybody else. George W. Adams. Jr., West Haven, Conn J"13 3t MEDICAL. FOR RENT. One cent a word for each Insertion. or live eenM a word for tevcn tlmcs. TWO eryriolalibasemriii'roonf8 for liouaclieeiiliig; furnished or unfur nished. 2. '10 orangn street. Ju2) 3t .second floor apartment of six room In the western part of-the city, from July 1. $28. Box 1874, city. JulO t I llivj -r i.ans s,.COIi,i noor apartment of ejglit rooms, a few doors from Whitney avenue. Box Qa2, city. JulO ii. FOR KENT First floor flat, five rooms; all improvements, Inquire 195 GoftJ street. .Jul8 7t FOR RENT Four pleasant rooms, Im provements; 27 Admiral street, Al llnslowu, Inquire 472 Columbus ave nue. Ju21 it NEW STORE on Beach tree.t, No. 4.U, near Campoeu avenue, very suitable for groceries and meat market, Inquire at 1)1) Templo street, New Haven. FOR RENT Nine-room house, 78 Day si reel ; all lmptoveiuents. 11. C. Run nel 1, Tyler City, Conn. Telephone 212, Orange asso, Jul87t FOR RENT Owner leaving city wishes lo rtut reasonably one-lumlly hous.i, ten rooms, every convenience. Two rooms arranged to runt for light house keeping. 870 Elm street. Jul8 4t FOR RENT Lower flat No. 142 Ld wurds street, near Orange. All Im provements. Possession July 1, 1908. inquire V. J. Atwaler & Co., 062 Grand avenue. Jule 7t SEVEN-ROOM apartment, all Improve ments. Shades and screens, $30. 104 Brownell near Whalley. Jul5 71 1MK-HOOM flat, 340 Orange street. AH Improvements; reasonable. Four rooms to rent, 112 Mill River street, low. Paul Itusso, 639 Chapel street. Jul3tf I FOR RENT 318 Norton st;, 6 rooms, 1:2 a month. Tho John T. Sloan Co., 87 Orange sL i29 tf FOR iu:.vr 49 Admiral St., Improve ments; $18 per month. The John r. Sloan Co., 87 Orange st. mil tf FOR HUNT Flat. 6 rooms, 22 Crown St.. $1 per month. The Jonn T. Sloan Co, mlltf FOR RUNT Flat 26 East Pearl street, 6 rooms: i2S a month. The John f. Sloan Co., 5; Orunge st.reet. 1116 t( FOR ItlONT No. 1319 Boulevard, 10 rooms; all Improvements; $4u0 par year. The John T. Sloan Co., 87 Or ange st. mil tt FOR RENT 135 rooms and bath. Co., 8i Orange St. Blatchloy sve 6 The John T. Sloan mil tt FOR KENT 88. Cold bprlng st.,, 12 rooms; Improvents. The John T. Sloan Co.. 87 onnge St. mil tf FOR RENT 408 Orange St., 11 rooms, Improvements; $i'tiu per year. The John T. Sloan Co.. 87 Orange st. mil tf FOR RENT 11 Park st., 12 rooms, tuoO per yeur. The John T. Sloan Co., 87 Orange sc. mil tf FOR RENT 13 University place, rooms; Improvements; $U0 per year. The John T. Sloan Co., 87 Orange st. mlltf FOR RENT 00 Asylum St., Improvt- menu; $18 per month. The John T, Sloan Co., 8 7 Orange st. mlltf FOR HJENT 83 Howard ave., 7 rooms, bath; $25 per niinth. The John T Sloan Co., 87 Orange st. mil tf FIKXISHED ROOMS. one cent a word for eacn insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. PLEASANTLY furnished rooms suita ble for light housekeeping or for two gentlemen. 169 Olive street. Ju25 tf IiEmilAnLE furnished rooms near Chapel treet. on York. Nicely fitted up, and terms reasonable. 1 65 York otrcet. Ju24 tf NO. XT II I ; II street, near Chapel, sev eral excellently furnished rooms for rent, very reasonably, pnone 8iift-4. Ju23 tt THE ClItHl.TOV Elegant rooms, gas, bath, electric llwhts, steam heat. Low rates. Transient accommodations. 107 Crown street, near Church. Ju23 tf Nl( ELY furnished room, suitable for man and wife or for two gentlemen. Central location. Terms reasonable. 403 Chapel. Jn20tf VERY desirable room. F.very conven ience. 23'j Orango street. Telephone 327,-2. Ju20 2t SEVERAL nicely furnished rooms for rent, with or without table board. 4') High street; Jul9 tf THO PLEASANT connecting rooms, conveniences for housekeeping. 802 Howard avenue. Jul8 7t LARGE furnished rooms, housekeeping, home comforts, $3 up; hall room, $1, 470 Chapel street, near Franklin. . Jul7tf TWO FI'ltVISIIEO housekeeping rooma, reference. 10 Eld street. Jul6 7t FOR KENT Centrally located room, nicely furnished, clean and pleasant; Eighth ward. On car line. Address M. M. C, Courier office. m26 tf 4fi4"$.)jM..fsi4ia'&'4iMHt I Journal-Courier j C'lnsslfled Advertisements HccrlT- ed nt Regular Kales. JOHN T. HILLIIOUSB 102 Grand ave. JOHN E. WE ATI! EH WAX 1)02 Whalley ave. Ilrnnford. , W. S. CLANCY Branford Derby. 1 THE PU11DY DRUO CO Ellsi'iLerh t. East Haven. EAST IIAV1SN PILUUfACY,... Ea at Haven (inllford. DAVIS & DUDLEY Guilford Mllford. WILLIAM A, FORD... Gulf st Savin Rock. ZOLLER'S N13WS STAND , Promenade Slielton. APOHTECAR1I3S' IIALt Ilowa ave. Short nench. C, A. TERMUNE. ..Short Beach Wullliigford. BADGER DE MILLE CO .Simpson Block West Hiiven, KIMBERLY'S NEWS' STORE. 503 Campbell avo. Woodmont. WOODMONT MEAT AND GROCERY CO Opp. P. O. Woodmont i on SALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FOR ( Al.l'' Second-hand lawn mower; will bo sold for $2. Address Mower, Journal-Courier, Ju23 3t tl.no WILL I1UV a second-hand lawn mower. Inquire Journal-Courier of fice. Ju2G 3t PIANO Upright, $85; with scarf, stool nnd delivered, Pay $fi monthly. Ad dress Percy, Courier olllee. Ju23 2t FOR RALE Restaurant; owner In poor health. Apply 335 Grand avenue. J?3 7t NEW upright piano, $173.00 Clinton, 33 Church street. JulO tf 1 PIANOS for shore cottage at reasonable prices. 33 Church street, JulO tf PIANO Ch icker Ing upright, a $4B0 pi ano, which will ba sold tor $190. Stoinort, 77" Chapol street. JulO 7t PIANO A Hallett & Davla for $75. Mtelnert, 777 Chapel street, Jul6 7t CARRIAGES and wagons, all kinds. Come and take them away. F. M. Fow'ur, 1400 Whalley. Telephone. m2 tt IUiAJiJRSTATI One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word tor seven tlrotl FOR SALE Ono-fanilly house, nine rooms, burn, workshop; lot 50 by 13); fifteen minutes ride from Church street. F. Jewel, Journal-Courier office. Jul9 4t MXTI06ALE One cent a word tor eacn inserllr-n, or five cents a word for seven times. AUCTION SALE R. B. Mallory. Auc tioneer and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel. 'Phono 2330. Residence 431 Edge wood Ave. 'Phone 2481-2. Household sales a specialty. Al'CTIOX SALE L. Bostwlck, auc tioneer and appraiser, 45 Orange. Telephone 1524-12. ni5 60t LAUNDRY. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. GERMAN lady would like to take In washing. 25 St. John street. Ju25 3t ANNOUNCEMENTS. Ons cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven limes. NEW HAVEN GLOVE CO., 71 Hill St, Manufacturers of husking cloth and canton flannel gloves and mittens. Trade supplied. Jul3 30 1 ANNOUNCEMENT Carrluges and wagons repaired and painted to please you. F. M. Fowler, 1460 Whal ley. Telephone. mJ tf ANNOUNCEMENT Sleeman's Relia ble Employment Agency, 763 Chapei SL, estatliahoj 20 years. Largest, best I: the State. Best male and female help for any and all kinds 01! work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. TeL 2322. LEGAL NOTICES. CORRECTED NOTICE. AUCTION HALK OF REFUSED FREIGHT. To Whom It May Concern: The New York, New Haven A' Hart ford R. R. Co. will sell at nubile auc tion at New Haven, Conn., under the provisions ot section 4077 of the Oen eral Statutes of the State of Connect leut, at 2 p. m., July 26. loos, for freight and storage charges, the fol lowing property, viz: About 75,000 lbs. mill cinders, sent by lupines a: nnanorom to. rrom iew urn Bin, Conn., March 13, 1907, and about t),ano ins. mill cinders shipped by La pldes and Shanbrom Co., st So. Norwalk, Conn., March HI, 190", both shipments consigned to M. M. Robinson, Philadel phia, I'enn., were refused by hltn, and reshlpped to u & a. Co., New Haven, Conn. Purchaser must make a cash deposit of 25 per cent, at time of sale; prop erty to be removed within ten dayi irom onte or saio. Per order O. L. WIN LOCK, Freight Claim Agent, juzejys . i 11. AC 11, h. h. co, District of New Haven, as. Probate Court. June 20. 1908. ESTATE OF WILLIAM R, TYLER, mie or sew jiaven, in said uiHtrict, ae ceased. The Administrator having mndo writ ten application for an order authorizing and empowering mm to sen ana con vey corliiln real estate or said deceased as by said application on file in this Court more fully appears, It Is OHDKHED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said IMstrlet, on the 27th day of Juno, 1008. at ten o clock in the forenoon and that public) notlca of tho 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 tho Court, JOHN U GILSON, Ju22tft Clork. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, June 20, 1908. ESTATE OF FRANK P. PFLEGHAK, JR., late of New Haven, In said Dis trict, deceased. Tho Administratrix having made written application for an order author. 1lng and empowering her to sell and convey certain real cslato of said de ceased, as by said application on illo In this Court mora fully appears. It Is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined nt a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said District, on the 24th dny of June, 11108, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, and that public notlco of the pendency of Bald 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 tho Court. JOHN L. GILSON, Ju22 3t Clork. NOTICE. Notice la hereby given that the Young Women's Friendly League of Water bury Inlemls to mako application lo tho Superior Court to ho hold at Wa terbury, l and for the County of Now Haven, on the first Tuesday of October, 1008, to havo a change of Its name made so that hereafter it shall be known as and called Tho 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. Tourist Looks like pretty good soil around here. What crops do the farm ers grow In this section? Native That all depends, stranger. Tourist Depends on what? Native On what sort uv seed they puts In, und the weather, Chicago Dully. Nows, HELP WANTED MALE. One cent a word tor each insertion, or five cents a. word for seven times. Hot Mi painter to buy new piano and do outside work In purt payment. Apply 801 Chapol street. Jul6 7t HELP WANTED II 011 kl Honki Jlonkl Look sharp 10 your interest. Now la the Lime fur young men to learn tho uuto business, a thorough knowloduo of your machine and how to repair when required is what we teaoh you. open evenings. New England Amu School, 73 Broadway 08 tf. WAN'lUO FOR V, 8, ARMY Able bod ied uiiniurrled mull, between 21 and 85; clliae.ua of the United States; ot good character and template huoUs, wlio can spcult, read and write English. Apply Recruiting Ufllcer, 800 Cnu'pel struct, Now lluvcn; iuli Mala stieulj, Hum'ord; 1022 Aluln street, Bridgeport 100 Bunk street, Waterbury. J10 tf . DRAFTING We want young men to join our clues In muclmnicui drawing; study during spure tune; personal lu struciluu. stuuents supplied with work to neip pay tor uourse. For full par UcuJai'd uudress It. b. '1',, this office. . mM28l' 'SITUATION WANTED -MALE. One cent a. word for each insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. WANTED Position by an experienced unaurteur and repair man. bulimld, lib ' Toivnsuud st. Ju 15 7t One cent a word for uach Insertion, ur live cents a word for seven limes. GIRL for general housework for tl summer; iiiuln cooking; very healtny. place, Wooubrldge lulls; smail family; ull city Improvements; llrst-clua waxes. Addre&s. one week. Phllllus. Journal-Courier. Ju26 U j VANTFD German or Swedish general; huusework girl, two cooks, waitresses. and laundress. Apply West Haven Em ployment Agency. S'jtfft campoeu ave-' nue. JU25 It WANTED First-class waitress, wltbf .references. ZoO Cnurcn street, Mrs. J.1 F. Stevens. Ju24 SITUATION WANTED -FEMALE. One cent a word lor eacn insertion, ur rive cents a word for seven times. presJ COMPETENT cook; can be seen at ent place. l14 Chupel street. ju SITUATION WANTED Girl to taktf earn of cnlldren. Wnson street. ; . JU23 H . EMPLOYMENT of any character by re nneu young woman, won euuutietv wouiu act us companion. Adaress K' tins office. JU23 7t POSITION by American woman asf Housekeeper or companion to elderly, lady, rteterences excuunged. Address. m. ii., 4 Mi Aiwater street, Fair Ha ven. JuzO 7t WANTED. One cent word lor eaan insertion, ur uv uents a word lor seven times. WANTED a party of eight or ten id- go to New ixindon Thursday, Yai4 and, Harvard boat race, jaunca "Nahiruv at i.ung -ier, savin Rock. .1 juat It WANTED Best help supplied. West Haven Employment Agency. 8s CunipbeiV avenue 'Phone vifi-2. mJ8 60t VANTFJ Jones' Select Emp.oyment Agency, ii Church streut. Telephone 14ui-lii. Connecticut's Largeb. Agency; male ana female nolp supplied for mercantile and domestic service fop any and all kinds of work, tieni any wnere. Open evonligs. WANTED All good -ifcip should call here. We supply ail the uest placeai anu always need large numbers. 8lee man'e Kellablo Employment Agency,! ' (63 Chapel. Open evenings. ml4 tf I AGENTS WANTED. nnA an, SL WOI'H tnr & oh In.apMnn or live cunts a word fur seven times. SALESMEN and saleswomen solicitors to sell high class article widely ad-, vertlsed. oomoinallou plan. Liberal' remuneration; hustler can mako big; money. Experience advisable, but noq necessary. Call Room 4, No. 28 Chape? street, mornings 10 to 11, afternoons A to 4. Jul8 7t AOENTS WANTED Thoso with onej leg, one arm, or one sliortleg, (llmt or extension stioe free). For partlouV laVs, address. 1 William Sawyer. SUM Hulsey st., Newark, N. J. Jul8 30t DESSMAKING. One cent a word for each insertion, or live cents a worq ior seven times. SltHlT waists made, 60 cents; "othei, sewing., reasonable. 800 Bassets street. Jn28 7t EDUCATIONAL. One cent a word for eacn Insertion, or live oents a wot A for seven times.. TUTORING by experienced teacher. Grammar grades. $1 per hour. Ad vance, Courier olllee. Ju22 7t . EDUCATIONAL- Outdoor sketching ., In color or black and white. Wanted pupils to join present class or mak up separate classes. T. It. Walte, 711 Kensington Street, m31 tf EDUCATIONAL Mr. Frederick Weld will engage the services ot a limited number of good singers for a chorus choir. Voices tiled at 139 Orange street. FIKELES8 COOKERS. One cent a word for eaoh Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. FLUELES8 COOKEIUs Every house keeper wants one. Let us mall you booklet containing full description, cooking recipes and testimonials from pcoplo that are using them. Folding Mattress Co., New Haven Agents. 'Phone 1492. AUTOMOBILES. One cent a word for 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 wlfo and children hap py while you can. F. M. Fowler, 1460 Wlialloy. Telephone. m3 tf TVPEWniTEHS. Ono cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. REMINGTON No. 6, in perfect condi tion. Special bargain, $42.76; also new No, 5 Oliver, special bargain, Ad dress Yale, Journal-Courier olllee. ju2J Xt X IE .1, I