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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1008.
II CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 1 "" ......... - -' .. j""" I-- LIVERY ANDSALETAIHjES" 1 PRINTERS. I RUMMER COTTAGER. I MW AND MNI . TOR BENT. rrnn-J.-.-.-.-.-'- J!" WANTEP-MALK. ' . i v. . J! ' 1 v4 110 WA II U AVE. sTAlll.Es H. T. Lynch, crop.. Hacks, Coupes, Livery ti Bale Stable, Carriages (or all or.cn slon. 910 Howard ave, 'Phone 1843-11. George V. CHIPPS 183-185 Com merce st. Clipping by electricity. Telephone connection, New Haven, Conn. KIHK & CO., INC.--170 Temple it. Hacks, Coupes, 'Busses and Livery of all descriptions. Telephone 820. Open aay ana ntgnt. , c D. E. CI nit IK (Hyperion Stable) Op. poslte VanderblH hall. Coach, Coupe and Livery Service. .Uilomoblle atten 'loa. 1038 Chapel street. , ENTERPRISE STABLES P, M. Palm er, prop., Hoarding, Livery and Feed Stable. Automobiles to Kent. Open day and night. 1)8 Crown street FIRST-CLANS looomoblle for rent at reasonable rate. I. Kinney and Bon, liverymen, 350 Congresa avenue. I HAVE ten hones that I want to close out. Come und see If there la not one I can sell you. George P. Rolf, 109 Grand avenue, New Haven Conn. Bales and Exchange Stables. . Ju2B tf HAIIHY B. DAHHOW 177 Front t Bot oare given to Boarder, llftska, Cartages, Wagon and Light Livery. Expressing Done, 'Phone 1808-1. LABOR AGENTS. W. J. HAVENS 4t CO. ill Water Street Have your lawns and trees trimmed by contract We will keep your yard lu perfect trim at a reasonable rate per month. Call or 'phone us. Noto the number. MAGNETIC TREATMENT. 91. It. uoi.LAD.lY Specialty of nerve , and stomach discuses, 169 W. 84th st, Now York. New Hut-en Frlduys. 1 to 6 p. ni., 806 Dlx well ave. Tel 736-3. MARINE ENGINES & HARD A'.UIE. FOR SALE A four horsepower Mlamu motor, but slightly uaeo. J60. Com plete. Tno Murine Engli. and Hard ware Co., 28 Eiffl, West Haven. 'Phono, MEN'S CLOTHING. FOR a good wearing suit at a reason able unco see Kaluh Maduna. 170 Congress avenue. A large assortment of Wen Spring ana bummer suitings. MECHANICAL. MICHAEL CAJIPUELL Consulting Machinist 30b first isal. ilk. mug. Power Plants Designed and lnatalleu. Uas Producers. Ua Engine. MEM'S AND LADIES' CLOTHING. ft, MILLER 63 Washington ave.; Mens and Lules ciotniiiM at greatly re duced prices. Men's 'irousei 1 i5 up. Ladies Skirts II. lib up. MOULDINGS. f Briiivovn - Picture Frame and Wall Mouldings Corner Hill and Whitney street, New Haven, Conn. MOTORS. THE FOSTER MOTOR CO. will hereaft er be removed from 81 Crown street to 66-67 East Ferry street foot Of Far ren avenue. - . OXY-ACELTELENE WELDING. i 1 OXY-CARBI CO. Cast Iron, Semi-Steel, Soft Steel Copper und Hrass. Any breaks that no one else can repair, bring to us- 17 Webster street PAINTING AND PAI'ERHANGING. BID furnished on all Jobs. Painting, paperhanglng and interior Decorating- Paints, brusnes and Wall Paper. B. ii. Orlllo, 646 Urund av. Phone 161-4 OPTICIANS. K. W. JOIINQ. VEST 828 Chapel street uccessors to F. O. Matteton. Eye examined and glasses lined, price reusonable. PAINTERS AND DECORATORS. If. KAIKETON 440 Congress avenue, Housu I'ulnnng, Paper Hanging ana 'Hardwood Finishing. First ciass work don at reasonable ptlces, 'Pnone. p. D'ANDKEA 676 Oak St., Painting and Papernanglng. All work given my personal supervision. Prices rea sonable. Estimate furnished, 'phone. It. KANNEGIESHER 61 Sylvan ave., Decorating, sign und House Painting. Paper Hanging. .Reasonable prices. Large torce oi skilled workmen. PUBLIC STORAGE, PACKING. E. E. RICHARD 18 Garden at. Pack ing uud snipping. Gunurul Forward ing Agent. Heat storehouse in the City lor Household Goods, Low rates. PLUMBING AND HEATING. GEORGE H. YAHDLEV 087 Chapel street, Plumbing, Gas Fitting, Tin, Sheet topper and Iron Work, Steam ana llot water pleating, 'rnone 16U2-8 MULL & COSTELLO 21 Elm street, west Haven: fiumoers ana Tinner. Gr.s and Steam Fitting. Hot Air and H(H Water Heating. Sneet Aletal Worn, ft, W. SULLIVAN Main St., East Haven; I'lumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting. Estimates lurnlshed. Jobbing -work: given special attention. GEN A SCO READ V HOOFING 1 reoom- mended for Quality and Endurance For sale by Root. N. Lattln, 807 Wnal loy avenue, JOSEPH J. KENNEDY 7 Humphrey square, Estimates furnished on San itary Plumbing, Heating and Tlnnlnir, General Jobbing and Repairing. Phone, State ,6t .Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter. Tin, Conner and Sheet Iron Work. Jobbing, Work done at reasonable prices. Phone. MARTIN k CO 122 East Pearl, rear onoe store, riumoing, jrleatlng and uas luting aoiio. 11 uu lurmsned, Spe sial attention to Jobbing and Repair, PHOTOGRAPHERS. H. W. FI1.I.EY S40 Chapel street. A perfect, likeness assured when we do Four work. Ono trial will convince you. mc-en reusonuuie. VAN DYCK 4 CO Ms Ornnd avenue, Commercial Job rrlntlng, Hook Bind ing, etc. If It ii anything In the print Ins line 'phone or call on ui. HIDING AND DRIVING HOUSES. WIS MAKE a specialty pt Schooling Saddle Horses. Horses trained for Ladles' use by a woman, Feltl & Mulloy. 161 Bradley it. Thone 2D28-S. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. It. OV1ATT SONS Management of Keal Estate, 83 Church Bt New Haven, Conn. CIIAIU.ES R. SHI EGEL Real estate and Insurance, Notary punuo. ttoom 211, Exchange building, 86S Chapel street Telephone 1404-4. JAMES III. McGANN Real Estate and Insurance. Rooms 707-718 fttauey Building, 902 Cnapel street. Now Ha ven, conn. WELLINGTON UllE Real Estate and Loans. Property cared for, Room 14, 82 Church street, New Haven, Conn. Telephone. NEW Hoi SB KOH SALE Modern One- nmr.j' rtouse, bl ivveriti si. cw RnnoA: nm Runa-A? P rn tint rv Floor and Hardwood Finish. Will be finish ed Aug. 18.- Lot 60x167 reel, inquire of Mr. Prank Fogarty, 4(18 Howard ave. RIDING SCHOOL. OEHTEL RIDING SCHOOL. Boarding Btubles, 17 Cottage, near Whitney ave. 'Phono 2706-12. Instruction In Riding. Special attention ladies and children. Horse trained to saddle. RIU WORKS. OLD CA It PETS and Picture Cleaned and made In'o llsauilful Fluff Rugs Call for Samples and Estimate. N. ii. Rug Works, 9 Pearl street. SAW SHOP. NOW 1 the time to nave your Lawn Mower Sharpened. 'Phon 2466-6. We will call and do It right J. W. Cot teral, 20S Dlxwell avenue. STAR GASOLINE ENGLNE& i WALTER U. CLIMO.1 34-36 Elm l.. W. Haven. Royal and Hartford marine engines, Wesiinghouse dynamos and motors. Automobile, machine work. SIGNS AND SUOW CARDS. POLITICAL BANNERS, Transparencies, Flags, Cloth Lettering and signs of Every Description. Got our prices. Out of town orders promptly attended to. We are the oldest Sign House In the State. Eetubllslicd Hf. Chits. R. Phil lips, Sin Chapel street Room 10. SUI'ERIXUOUS HAIR. PAINLESS electrolysis Is the only guaranteed permanent cure . No scars; treatment 31; 11 yeais' graddaie specialist. Mrs. Or. Olmeteud, 818 Ciiupel street Room 25. SEWING MACHINES. KELLY'S SEWING MACHINE STORE bib Uliaptl at., Is tne mac to buy a good machine. Come ana join our Sew ing Machine club. Tel. connections. STENOGRAPHERS. B. II. A. A, II. KINNEY Room 27, 82 Cnurch street. Copying stories, Arti cles, books, and other Manuscript WorK a specialty. Dlfforent styles oi type. WHEN your stenographer take her vacation, why not secure the services of an expenencia substitute? JKeler ences. Lucy R. Austin, Koom 'i, 82 Church Street, 'phone 624-3. Jy tt MISS MAUD C. SPIEGEL Typewriting and stenography, ituom 211, Ex change bullaing, 866 Cnapel street Tel ephone 1404-4. SCHOOL OF DANCING. OPEN Winter and Summer. Private or Ciuss lessons. All tne new dances taught correctly, prof. Riccio's Scnool of Dunclng, Cor. State and Court sta. SAND BLASTING. Sl'ERRY BROS. A Specialty of Clean ing Stone und 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 made. I will also store your stove away in tlrst class shape. Telephone 2166-2 SIGN PAINTER. SIGNS oi Every Description. Wagon Lettering a Specialty, Snow Curds and cloth signs. Cllltord Hunting, 166 Grand ave. Phone 8823. THE NATIONAL SUIT PRESSING CO REDUCTION I Suit pressed, 36o, Tho National Suit Pressing Co., 63 Church street, opposite postoiuce. Telephone 1472-2. Fred Ooldbaum, Mgr. THE ELTON RESTAURANT. A GOOD Place to Eat. Regular dinner, 2uc. Regular supper, 20c. Special or ders a lu carte at uu hours, F. J. Leon ard, 373 State street. TINNING AND HEATING. O. M. EDGERLEY it CO. 629 State st Tin, Sheet Iron und Copper Workers. Furnace, stove and Range work, Roof ing, etc Telephone. TAILORS. JOHNSON & KALLGHEN Up-to-date lalois. We don't make cheap clothes. We make good clothes cheap. We can prove It. hoom 4u4, Y, M, C. A. big. Tel. UMBRELLA MANUFACTURER. JUST ARRIVED Full line of Suit Cases and Travelers' Goods, Lalesl styles Umbrellas and Parasols In s toe it or to order, A, Miller, 445 State st. UPHOLSTERERS. A. CA.LIENNO Park st. and Howard ave, Furniture of all kinds repaired and refinlshcd, 1 Park st. 'Phone 6897-3, WOOD TURNING. LADDERS, FLAGPOLES, Meat Denche, and Meat Blocks. We have White Oak Timber for Wagon Work. Michael EUel & Son, One cent a word for each insertion, Or five cents a word for seven time. TO II CM At Crescent Bennh, Conn.l a new elght-ronm cottage, well fur. nlhhed; rent reasonable; near the wa ter. Address Ellr.abeth Chase. JyS 7t TO LET Furnished summer cottages at Fishers Island, N. ' and Eastern Point, Uroton, from $100 to 11,000 r esason. Also two for salo. Address J. F. Kdgocomb, Contractor and Builder, Groton, Conn, s Jy 4 7t 1 SIJMMICR HOARDERS WANTED. On cent a word for eaoli Insertion, or five cent a word for seven tlmu. WHERE are you going to apend your vacation i am going to "Ureunuund Faun,'' Woodbury, Conn,, near lliu beautiful Nonnuwaug Falls. The terms are reusonublo, Ju22 7t 1UHN1KHED ROOMS. One vent a word tor uiicn Insertion, or uv cent u word for seven time. E VI Iltli! first floor of Hire rooms and butn, luiniHhed or partly luinished; also luigo single room. Moduiule puce iui aumuier, 2,s uiange stret-i. jy it toot, c leu n, furnished rooms, 81.26 and up. leu Aieauow slieut. jyj l l'UONi' room lurulshod: 31.60; man and wue, 4. bultable lor DouueHeepuig 82 Ullve street JyHl .NEWLV furnished and newly papered loom fur rent wltn or wuuout .tatilu board. Two minutes walk I nun biutu and Chapel itreets. 640 titule street. H i tf Kill MS II Ell ROOMS to rent at Forest ere cuttuge, Pruspeol licacn; ue Of Kllcnen. inyulic ul Cottage. Jy it LARGE, pleasant furnished room, with an inipiuvt inciiLo, suituuie lur two geuileincn, or lor ligtu housL-Ktu)ini;. ill wooster street Jj i ti NICELY furnished rooms, single or en suite, running water; leiepnoiie, 117 l'mK street JuZ? ll NICK, clean, pleasant furnished room, central location, wltn American lain lly, suitable lor two ladles. Plica, ll.oO a week for one peiaou and JJ.o'i tor two. 139 8U John street Ju27tf TWO PLEASANT furnished rooms, $1.60 and )2. uu; all Improvements. PrlvaW family. Five minutes walx from i;uy Halt W. H. Mead, I'iihi Park stiecu Jui tf A PLEASANT, convenient furnished room; bam and toilet. Light house keeping If desired. 34 Acauemy street. Ju26lt PLEASANTLY furnished rooms suita ble lor light housekeeping or for two gentlemen. 169 Olive struct. J1126 tf Atted DESIRABLE furnished rooms Chapel street, on York, Nicely up, and terms reusonable. I6u Voik street. Ju24 It NO. 33 HIGH street, near Chapel, sev eral excellently furnished rooms for rent, very reasonably. 'Pnone 32I&-4. JU23 If THIS CHARLTON Elegant rooms, gas, bath, eluculc lights, sieam heat. Low rales. Transient accommodations. Iu7 Crown street, near Church. Ju23 tt NICELY furnished room, sultuble Mr man and wile or for two gentlemen. Central location. Terms reusonable. i'Ji Chapel. Ju20 tf SEVERAL nicely furnished rooms for rent, with or without tuble board. 46 High street. Jul9 tt LARGE furnished rooms, housekeeping. home comtorts, 2 up; ball room, 31. 479 Chapel street, near Munklln. Jul7 tf FAIR HAVEN NEWS Special Call for Meeting of Quinnipiac Hose Company Everybody Wants Rain. A special call has Just been lesuod for a meeting of the Quinnipiac Host-, Hook and Ladder company, to be held at the engine house this evening. The call la as follows; "We, the undorslgn ed members of Quinnipiac H., H. & L. company, respectfully request that a special meeting be called Tue-dny even ing, July 7, at 8 o'clock for such bus iness as may come before It. "(Signed) Dwlght I. Totter, William H. Wooding, J. Frnhllch, W. E. Tate, L. A. T. Blake, H. C, Wrdmore." While nothing Is said l.i tho call In regard to what the purpose of the meeting Is for, it la understood that It relates to the recent appointment by tho warden and burgesspg of Fair Ha ven East, of an aaslHtant chief of the fire department. Tha board elected Ed ward H. Farren as chief, upon recom mendation of the company. Mr. Far ren then recommended to the board the appointment of Jacob Frohllch, tho superintendent of charities and correc tions, to the position of assistant chief. The board at its last meeting laid this recommendation on the table and In stead they appointed W. A. Hadley as Blstant chief, Mr, Hadley was recently elected foreman of, tha engine company, and If he Is to bo assistant chief there will ,bo a vacancy to fill, Mr. Frohllch has been foreman of the engine com pany and many of hln friends would like to sea him assistant chlof, It is understood that there is a feeling among the Qulnnlplacs that tlaey would like Mr. Hadley to remain as their foreman and have Mr. Frohllch for as sistant chief. But the appointment hav ing been made by the board tho ques tion Is, how can tho matter be rem edied? It Is understood that the matter will be discussed at the special meet ing tonight, The people In Atwater street and Clinton avenue, or a dozen or mora residents, talk of forming an Antl Nolse association, While the matter has not taken defllte shapo as yet, it Is being freely discussed and hero Is what one of tho residents Bfild last night about It; "The people in our neighbor hood believe that an Anti-Nolae asso ciation, such as they havo in New York, ought to' be formed here, The nolBe at night when people would like to sleep, Is getting to be a public nuis ance. There are boys on tho street af ter 10 at night, raising rim, the dogs .One rent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven lime. poi nd July 6, N. Y N, H. ft H. imlnjiid ttaliiH on lines tei nilmtllng at New Haven; apply Station Agent, I'nlon Ktdtlon; Piuse. I'D I'M) July 6, ConnKctlTut Co, curs, city and snliurhiin lines; apply l-osf and Found 1 lopunmeiit, olllee building, cor, Cliupul and State street; Neck- uce w t i nem tint or v oiet ci'ireu stones, supposed to be Imitation amo-i lliysts, can or pmnt, 2 porKetoooas, ouu key, package of neckiles, mun'i hut, waxed pnper, pneknge of Yiddish hand bill, wulst, lady's hat. I.ONT Wnllet on Whitney avenue car, containing sum of money, about 12:15 o'clock. Howard. 114 Cedar Hill ave nue, ii'i HOARDERS WANTED. One cent a word for each insertion, or live cunts a word for seven times. GOOD table board, 'all homo cooking, Airs. M. II. Tomlluson. 16 University pluce. . JyJ t One cent a word lor each Insertion, or tlvo uetits a word for seven limes, IIOISEHOAT for aule; now 15x41 ft, sealed Inside for summer and winter uso; made of No. 1 stock and workman ship. V. M. Rose, Walerlord, Conn. , inn jmoiwitrnais One cent a word tor each Insertion, or live cent a word for seven time. IIEMIM.'IOV No. 6, In perfect condi tion. Special bHituIn, 842.76; also new No. 6 Oliver, special burgain. Ad dress Yalo, Journal-Courier oillce. ' Ju'iS tt MEDICAL. One cent word tor each Insertion, or live cenls a word tor seven times. MAMCIHE, shampoo, facial massago. mured .waving, superlluous hair re moved, electric treatment Ur. Cum mlngs' method). Mrs. H. E. Chamber lain, 938 Chapel street Telephone. m7 tf are a nuisance with their bnrklng and theia are many other noltes tlint ougbt to be Mopped. Now we don't blunt tho bo so much, for they ought to have a playground. Owm-r of 1TU nro fencing them In to that the boy have jto plneo to piny savo on tho street and the city father ought to provide a playground In tho Twelfth wurd. But the nolso at night ought to be stopped, and wo have written on to New York to get particulars of hpw the antl nulso association are- formed there and If It Is considered feasible we, will organize. For mjvelf, I think It would be a good thing. We want to see If this unnecessary nolso cannot ba stopped and If a playground can't bo secured for tho children." Tho funeral of Mrs. Nettle S. Mcln tyre, wife of Albert O. Mclntyre of 124 Atwater strict, vho?e death waa an nounced In this paper yesterday, will take place at Charlmont, iMass., In tha Congregational church this afternoon at 1:30 and Rev. iDr, Sneath will go up to otllclato. The Interment will be at Charlmont, where tho family formerly resided. Mrs. Molntyre's death was very suddon, resulting from apoplexy, Besides her husband, she leaves a t-tn, Abner X. Mclntyre, and a daughter, Mrs. Frederic A. Fcssendon, both of this city. For about 16 years she had been a matron In the Industrial School for Girls at Mlddle.town, where she died. She was very popular at the homi and her work was greatly appreciated by the management. Her family will hav tho sympathy of their many friends. Mrs. Mclntyre camo frequent ly to her Fair Haven homo and w'as hern on a visit only a few days ago. Tho following from an exchange gives some of the details about her death; "Mlddletown, July 6 Mrs. A. N. Me Intyro, assistant matron at tho Russell Home at tho Girls' Industrial school here, died .suddenly today as tho result of ovcr-exertlng herself at a picnic giv en for the fclrls Saturday on the school grounds. Medical Examiner Culef was called and lie pronounced death duo to apoplexy of the lungs. Mrs. Mclntyre., who was a native of Oxford, Mass., was 01 years old and had been employed at the school for the last sixteen years. She Is survived by her husband, a son and a daughter, all of whom live In New Haven. During tho picnic Satur-' day Mrs. Mclntyre worked hard all day in the suit and her death wns partly dua to the heat." "I tell you If we do not havo rain very soon, our crops will bo seriously Injured," said a farmer lrt tho outfk rls last evening.' "We had a drouth last summer, to he sure, but It came later than the present one. wily, we have had scarcely any rain since Momorlal day, and that was 37 days ago, or over five weeks. Take strawberries, for In stance. There was a very promising crop, but the dry weather cut them off earlier than usual and tha last were In the market last Friday. The berries WANTED A seamBtress, for plain and fancy sewing, also dressmaking. News from Want-Adville On rent a wurd for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. il,M CHOWN street; lint floor, (even rooms, 837 per month, from sept. 1, R. L. Kautx, 860 Chapel. Jy 7 iteod con rent Seven-room flat, newly decorated, all In shades and screens. decorated, all Improvement with 168 Whalley. J'T It FOR RENT Five rooms, lower floor, In two-family house, all improve ment. In good repair. 181 Henry. . JS'4 7l rwENTV-iiooM house on Orange street In very center of the City, sultuble for physician, dentist or busi ness purposes. rossession given ui once, Fredurlck M, Ward, Exehanga building, 866 Chapel street Jyltt FOR RENT 246 Ellsworth avsnue; t rooms, down stulrs, all convenience. New house. Jyl 7t FOR RENT House and garden for summer. Woodbrldge. 'Phone 683-. , Ju27 7t I ME-HOOAI flut, 840 Orange street. All improvements; reasonable. rour rooms to rent, 112 Mill River street low. Paul Husso, 639 Chapel street, JuUtf . MJINUTATRFORIENT FOR KENT For light manufacturing, two Honrs, 61 by 28, in Old wneol shop. Apply 236 York atreot. Jyl 71 JIOUSEJMED One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. WANTED Uetween Edwards and Cold Spring, nine or ten room house; only adults. E. S. H., Courier. Ju27 tt ANNOUNCEMENTS. Due vent a word for each Insertion, or live cent a word for seven limes. NEW II A YEN GLOVE CO., 71' Hill t .Munulacluier of husking cloth and canton llunncl gloves and mittens. Trade supplied. JuU 201 ANNOUNCEMENT Carrlugee and wagon repaired and painted to please you. . F. M. Fowler, 1460 Whal ley. Telephone. ml tf AN N O UN CEM EN T Hleemun's Relit bio E1npioyn1e.it Agency, 768 Chapei St, estatlbjheJ 20 ;urs. Largest, best I tho Slate. B mt n.ale and female help for utiy an A ail kind oi work. Sent anywhere. Cveu enlng. Tel 2322. OFFICES FOR RENT. One cen( a word for each Insertion, or flv cenls a word tor seven times. s 1 ' SEVERAL rooms. One flight. 8t6 Chupel street. Prices ranging from 86 to 313 mommy. Apply ti. c. Bret fclder, 863 Chapel street Ju28 141 JJArjNFORRENjr BARN 501 Whitney avenui. accommo dallons for pair of horses or could be ueeil as a garage. Comfortable quarter tor nostier or cnauneur, tr. a. urooas, 74S Chapel. Ju30 7t and small fruit are pinched and shrlv eled and will not bo up to the usual yield, while the larger, crops are suf ferlng fearfully. With the present out look, vegetable wilt be higher than they are now. In my opinion,' these frequent summer drouth of recent years, are due to tho cutting oft of the timber 'In New England. In my opin ion that was a fatal blunder and the gain In the sale of the' timber will be lost many times over In the burning up or oit crops eyefy aummer," ' Among tho event chronicled twen ty-flve years ago was the catching of an alligator by Janitor Andrus of the Yale boathouse In East Chapel street Tho alligator w'elgHed forty-five pounds, according to the published story and must have been quite large one. While It waa not atated Just where the 'gator came from, It I believed that It must have been 0 that was brought north during the preceding winter, and escaped Into the harbor. It la aald that the boat housa Janitor had quite a lively tussle wj,l the big reptile before he Inn led him. The topic at the prayer meeting at the Grand avenue Congregatlo.tal church this evening will bo "How Can We Help One Another?" 1 At the Grand avenue Baptist church the topic of the prayer meet lng la "The Region Beyond." A boat that njta attracted consider ablo attention wljhln two or three days In the Quinnipiac river 1 the Fairbanks, No. 29, Which has a record from Hartford to Saybrook and re turn, 120 miles, In six hours. That's going some for a power boatl Mr. and Mm, Edward McKeon of Blatchley avenue hs Just lost by death a baby alx months old, one of twins, and the other Is very 111, Captain Albert Bishop, W. S, Blsh op and Albert Bishop have returned LITTLE Slstor"Wllkergon Was handy with the needle. Tucks and darts and hems and gores 1 , She certainly could wheedle. ' ' , Out of, Into, any goods, She always dressed most tasty, Brother Wlllterson he died. Pneumonia rather haatyl All tho sisters of her church Exchanged surprise and wonder, As to how she'd get along. She got along by thunderl Went, to live In Want-Advllle, Where seamstresses were wanted. Never once by poverty Was Little Sister haunted, MORAL, Advertise In tho Morning Journal Courier. ' . One cent a word for each Insertion, or flv cents a word for seven time. Ill N A HOI P, natural wood, huaket seat, rubber tire, lumps, high class, inniie to 'order, used one mouth! also new hiir,i..un h,.uu i,tinin)ail fclu'lua hrftllllt collar. 'Ford, 860 Chapel. , J)'7 7t A 1UUN lver Johnson bicycle, coaster Drake and cyclometer, rracnciiiiy brand new, only ridden two months. Cost 131.60; will sell for 618 It taken at once. Apply to Wm, L. Belts, Journal-Courier. J ? If FOR WEDDING occasion, church do west pea Diuoms 01 suu rlor quality; large slue. Can furnish large quantities in solid colors of red, white and blue; also other shades, ll'nl I . ....... .. 1 .. u ..n ,,,u,.,l,u u.l.7 eel pea bloom of snpu Wrl for low prices. Munagur, Guylotd m, Walilngford, Conn. Jyl 7t Farm, FINE farm, 72 acres, highly cultivated. 4J0 cords of wood. 6nu cnestnut tie house and other buildings. Price, twelve hundred. Twelve hundred acre of timber In .Main, live dollar an acre, x.nree cottuges at stony urooa, nu whole three four thousand. Two nice hums eiKhty acres s niece. One on trolley line. Price, eiicn, forty-live hun dred. Cottage at Sound View, ana others. James ,N. Wairoui, Torrlngtou, Conn., general delivery. Jy it FOR SALE (HEAP Four large hang ing gas lumps, (tour welsoacn uuru- er each), nearly new. Suitable lor (tore, hall or large otllce. Inquire of The Brooks-Collins Co.. 786 Chapel street Ju2J it NEW upright piano, $173.00 Clinton, 33 unurcn street. juiv u PIANOS for shore cottage at reasonable price 83 Church ueet July it CARRLYGES and wsgons, all kind. Come and take them away. F. M. Fow'er, 1460 Whalley. Telephone. ml tf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. fine cent a word tor eucti Insertion, or flv cent b word tor seven Units THREE building lot on Derby avenue, oetween uickermun pond and For est street, each about 800 feet deep. Prlc $6 per foot, on very easy term. One on Whalley avenue, 41 feet trout, 131 leet deep, price 31,20. Very easy term. BrooK running through the llrot lot. Albert Bradley. 66 Gilbert avenue: or, Aitrea Miner, 403 Edgewood avenue. jy it, BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR HALE Steam laundry In large manufacturing vlllaae. Ill health cause of sale. Box 266, Thompaonvllle, vonn. jyi 91 AUCTION SALE. One oent a word for eacn tnaertlcn, or flv cent a word tor seven tlmas. AUCTION SALE R. B. Uailory, Auc tioneer and Appraiser, 1121 ChapeL 'Phone 2360. Residence 134 ' Edge wood Ave. 'Phone 2481-2. Household ale a specialty. R. It MALLORY, Auctioneer tell at 210 Dlxwell avenue (near Henry t) Wednesday 2) p. m., nice goods. Sideboard, wardrobe, chiffonier, ' Iron bedsteads, chamber suit, rockers, tables, carpets,, rugs, ga neater, etc. jyi 3t AUCTION SALE L. Bostwlck. auc tioneer and appraiser, 46 Orange, Telephone 1624-12. . mi 60t AUTOMOBILES. One cent a word for each Insertion, . or flv cent a word for seven lime. FOR SALE Tno cylinder Columbia auto, carry five; cost 31,760.00; sell for I300.UU. Tel. 2408-6. Jy 4 3t LARGE touring car, seats seven. Best make; line condition. . p. U. Box 637. iu' vr 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 yotl can. F. M. Fowler, 1460 Wliallcy. Telephone. m2 tf In their launch from Guilford, where they enjoyed a fishing trip and se cured a Ana lot of blueflsh and bass. Mrs. C. B. Adams ot Colorado Springs, a former Fair Haven resi dent, Is vlsltlrfg Mrs. Sarah E. Park lngton of 80 Grand avenue. The DeMatty brothers sold about $600 worth of ftrewords at their tem porary store !n East Pearl street. This la not quite so large an amount as the one a year ago but they consider It good business, considering: the times. A daughter was born July 1 at their home, 66 College avenue, Rochester, N. Y., to Attorney and Mrs. Joseph U. Webster. The little one Is named Margaret. Mrs. Webster was former ly Miss Edna Dalley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles I, Dalley of Quin nipiac avenue. ' Mr. DallJy was for merly a construction engineer for the National Wire corporation, but the family now reside In Pittsburg, Miss Carrie M. Chapman of Clinton avenue has gone to Lake Wracabuc, N. Y., for her summer vacation. Mr. aid Mrs. Peter Benson and daughter 'Lizzie of Atwater street went to Westerly for over the Fourth. Truman Sage of East Haven, for merly of Fair Haven, has sailed for Paris and will perfect himself In the French language. He Is a student at Columbia college. Mr. Sage Is a son of Rev, and Mrs. E. C. Sage, Mrs. Walter Leigh of Quinnipiac avenue and Miss Hattle Storer will leave this week for a stay of two weeks at the Storrs school. The very few cases of accident on tho Fourth In this vicinity seemed rather remarkable In fact there was no serious accident reported,- With the' large amount of powder burned; this state of affairs waa certainly moat gratifying and surprising. David Henderson of Fair Haven Heights Is entertaining Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Denton of Newark, On the Fourth T. H, Llnlhan and family of Ferry street made an auto 'trip to Now York, On rent a word lor each insertion, or flv cent a word for vo time, WANTED several good bench work- era, lion but numl workman nam apply, Apply to Joseph Curt Ian, for. man pattern shop, Economy Munufoo. turlug company, 34 Water street. , Jy7 2t EXCELLENT opportunity for wide awake man, exptrience unneceisury, to munag the buslne of a manufac turer In ,ew Haven count v. 11 in mnimv and permanent Call alter 6 p. in. Mon day and Tuu.day, , JelTorson holeL State street, Ask tor Mr. Ktefer. jylt WANTED Mercantile corporation da- , sire service ot competent man toe, general business, who win hiooni a.1 locKholiier and director, with prospect ui vie pieviuency or treat uiinp. re' torred tock pay I per cent Invest-1 meat ot at least 6,00o Decenary In lleitl of bond. Business Department P. O. Drawer 16, Hartturd , Conn, jyl tt HELP WANTED Uonkl llonkl Honkl Look hurp to your miarest Now la the tun lur young men to learn the auto buainesf a uioiough knowledge ot your iiiucliln ana how to repair n nun required. 1 wnal we leuca you. Upeu evenings, How England Am Scnool, 73 Hiuadway 08 It WANTED FOR II. S.. ARMY Able bod 10U Ulllliuri'ied men. Leuween 1 and 3D; uliuen ot the Cm ted Stale; ot guou character and temporal hablu. who can speua, read ana write Engltsu. Apply Keoiuiung uiucer, 680 Cuauel Heel, New Haven; 106 Alain street, liurtlord; 102J Mam street liridgepori; i nun street, tvaieroury. jyiiyr W ANTED POH II. S. ARUI Able bod led uiunairled men. between 11 and 36; cllueii ot tu Cm ud Biatn; or good cnaiaclor ami lempsrat iiuolu. wuo cuu speaK, read ana. writ English. Apply Racruiung ulncer, o Cuapei tieel, New Haven; 166 Jdaia (liMI, uarttora; ma Main tret, Bridgeport; xiuiik in eei, namruury. ji u One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cent! a word for even tlin. WANTED Position a chauffeur; young man, temperate ana reliable, thor ougniy conversant with auto, their coiiliucilon ana lepalt. J. D., 18 Au uurn street. jyl si HELP w A i i f mm a 1 .ic. On cent a word for uaub Insertion, or live ceiu a wvra fur seven nine. A COMPETENT Protectant woman fen general nuiuewur. In a physician a family of luieo. Adaies Courier uinue. . jyl It it ANTED Girl 10 wait on lo cream Uoie. Apply at F. A. Huuff', cur. Churcn ana cuapei street. Jy6 11 PiVE WAITRESSES WANTED AT THB HUTEL tiHGREHAM, MOHIUS COVlC. ... jyilt WANTED Competent girl for general' nuusewora. iapl aireet One cent a wurd for ea.cn inseiuuit, or Ave ceiu a wot a for seven mum. EXPERIENCED child's Weil lecon, nit liuoa, avenue, nisi 11001. nurse, cornea 1 19 columuu jy it . SITUATION wanted by a competent gui to uo geuelul iiousewur. 2i' Kiuibeiiy avenue, west iiaveii jy7 It SITUATION wanted by a .oompeient' gui as waitress or onauibeimuio. Appiy 81 Eini sneet . . jy si ' SITUATION wanted by two Competent gin us coon ana .waitress atier JUiy' 8. willing 10 gu 10 snore. ' ileal rei-' erences. Aduro D. A. C, Courier.- 1 WANTED. Cue cent a word' tor eacn insertion, 1 . or live ueuis a wora for even urn. WANTED By man and wife, three orf four clean, pieasunt uniurnisned rooms 011 secuiiu nooi, iwu lumiiy noune Wlui' Aiiieiicuus, ana central location. Will pay, ij or tit. Aares J. X. C, Jour. nai-Courler. Ju87 If WAM'Eu-rBest help uppiieaY Wst Haven Employment Agency. 888 fa, Campbell avenue. 'Phone 8182-3. maS 60t MAJVi'JiJJ J one' belect Employment Agency, 22 Church street Telephone 1401-12. Connecticut' Large. Afenoy; male and ferna' help supplied tor mercantile and domestic ' service tor, any and all kind ot work, bent art wnere. Open evenligs. ' WANTED All good utlp should call here. We supply all tha iieat places anu always need large numbers. Slee man's Reliable Employment Agency, 763 Chapel. Open evening. ml 4 tf AGENTS WANTED. One cent a word tor each Insertion,' or Ave cents a word for seven Urn. AGENTS WANTED Those with 1 one leg, on arm, or one shortleg, (limb or extension shoe tree).' For particu lars, address. William - Sawyer. 881 Ualsey st, Newark, N. J. JulS 80t . ' .. L3 FIRELESS COOKERS. One cent a word tor each Insertion, j or tlvo cent a word for seven time. FIRELESS COOKERS -Every house keeper wants one. Let us mall you booklet containing Hull description, cooking recipes and testimonials from people that are using them. Folding Mattress Co., New Haven Agents.' Phone 1492. '., CITY NOTICE. COMMISSION ON PERMANENT. PAVE-' MENU'S. " ' " The Commission on Permanent Pave ments will hold a public hearing In the ' aldermanlc chamber, Room 13, City Hall, on Monday, July 13, 1908, at 11 o'clock a, m., for the consideration ot : laying permanent pavements in certain ; streets and portions of streets In the city of New Haven, below designated. Commerce street, from Congress ave- " nue to Broad street. Dwlght street, from Chapel street t Oak street. Prospect place, the full length; and ' Sherman avenue, from Chapel street to Whalley avenue. All persons Interested In the forego ing are hereby notified to be present and be heard thereon without further notice. Dated at New Haven, Connecticut, this 3d day of illy, 1908. ' COMMISSION O., PERMANENT PAVfl M HINTS. , MAX ADLEK, President; ELIKl'R H. SPERRY, SAMUEL A.. YORK, ROLLIN S. WOODRUFF, 1 JOHN J..UANU. Attest: - JACOB CAPIiAN, )', JS St ' Clerk