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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1908.
POLICE HALT DUEL Members of Russian Duma Planned to Face the Bullets. SOCIETY PEOPLE PRESENT Bullets Treated AntlKeptloully, and Combatants Toshc(1 Coin fur First Shot. St. Petersburg, July 6. A duel ar ranged between M. Markoff, a reac tionist deputy, and 0Blp Y. PurlBh kevlch, deputy , from Khorsort, as the outcome of a quarrel In the Duma a few days ago, was to have been fought tomorrow- morning a short dlatanco outside the city, but the police Inter fered at the last minute. The conditions of the duel oalled for one excnange of shots, irrespective ot results, the combatants tossing a coin for precedence. The bullets had been treated antlseptlcally. The hour fixed was 2:30 a; hi., It being possible to fight at that time, owing to the perfect clearness of the so-called "white nights." Both of the deputies are ex cellent marksmen. This waa the first duel arising In tho IDuma and was being followed with keen Interest.' Many motor cars con taining members of the duma and so ciety personagos congregated near the duelling ground late tonight. Almost at the last moment the police appeared and prevented the combat. The scene bordered on the burlesque, M. Purlshkevch making a pretence of practicing with blank cartridges and urgeons pacing nervously back and forth. More than thirty automobiles had collected by this time and the po lice took the names of all persons pres ent. The gathering then dispersed. nr 1 limit I unr nil I t-ui Nh- uminiii uni.r i.ui i Wagon Rushed to Lafayette Street, But There Was XotlilnR Doing. A call over the telephone about 8:30 o'clock last night asked Sergeant Tier nan of '.he Howard avenue station to end a., ambulance to 119 Lafayette etreet right away as a woman there had taken poison. The ambulance was rushed to the spot, but on Its arrival the driver and attendant were inform ed that It was not needed. Just what the trouble was could not be learned. The. occupants of the tenement refused to give any Information to the police end the person who sent In the call could not be found. ' MORE DELAY Knn Must Wnlt Until He Gets Order of Surrender. Hartford, July 6. The following message was received by Judge Ar thur. V. Eggleston, state's attorney, from' Ensenada relating to the return Of W. F.Walker, the absconding treas urer of the New Britain Savings bank. Ensenada, Mexico, July 8. It Is Im possible for me to find out anything here except that the case Is closed. The order of surrender must come rtrem the- secretary and I must wait urUl I get It. I will start as soon as I get It. (Signed) EOAN. STEEL TRUST ABSORBS $3,000,000 Wheel riant Bought Vp by United States Company. nttsburg, Pa., July 6. The Schoen Bteel Wheel company's plant, patents and business were to-day transferred to the United States Steel corporation the consideration, It Is reported, being about $3,000,000. The plant has a capacity of 800 wheels a day. It Is located at McKees Rocks, a suburb, and adjoins the plant of 'he Pfessed Bteel Car company, whloh was pur chased by the Carnegie Steel company a constituent company of the Unltod States Steel corporation several years ago. INCREASE OF R2,0S7.eO. Hartford, July 8. The report of tho Internal revenue collector, Robert O. Eaton, for the year ending July 1, 1008, shows the total collections to be $1, 834.34ti.69, an Increase of $32,087.69 over the previous year, NO HARBOR BOARD MEETING. ' The regular meeting of the board of harbor commissioners was schedule! . for last night, but It was postponed until next month because there was no quorum of the members present, BETTER POSITION And Increased Salary as a Resnlt of -, Eating Right Food. There Is not only comfort In eating 'food that nourishes brain and body but' sometimes It helps a lot in in creasing one's salary. A Kans. school teacher tells an in teresting experience. She says; "About two years ago I was ex tremely miserable from a nervousness that "had been coming on for 'soma time. Any sudden noise was actually painful to me and my nights were made miserable by horrible night mare. "I was losing flesh all the time and at last was obliged to give up the ae.hnnl T was teaching and eo home. 'Mother put me to bed and sent for the doctor. I was so nervous the .cot ton sheets gave me a chill and they put me In woolens. The medicine I took did me no apparent good. Fin ally, a neighbor suggested ihat Grape Nuts might bo good for me to eat. I had never heard of this food, but the name sounded good no I decided to try it. "I began to eat Grape-Nuts and soon found my reserve energy grow ing so that in a short time 1 was filling a better position and drawing a larger ealary than I had ever done before. "As I sea little children playing around me and enter into their games I wonder If 1 am the same teacher of whom, two years ago, tho children dpoke as 'ugly old thing-.' "Grape-Nuts food with crpam has become a regular part of ray diet, and I have not been sick a day In the past two years." "There'H a Reason." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read, "Tho Road to Wellvllle," In pkgs. Ever peud tho ubove lottor? A new one uppeurtt "horn time to llmu. They tu-e genuine, true, and lull of liuiiiuii Interest THE INJUNCTION PLANK Judgo Dunne's Effort Bullevcd to Rep resent Bryan's Views. Omaha, Neb., July 6. The Chicago delugates to tho Dwiver convention paused through Omaha yestrduy af ternoon. The following Injunction plank clitnvn by former Mayor Dunne of that city was given out. It was said that .Mr. Bryan has requested Judge Dunne's membership on the resolutions committee, so it Is believed this plank represents Mr. Bryan's views: The right of a court of chancery to Intervene and protect the statu quo between litigants is unquestioned, but no such writ should lftue ex-purte and without notice except where It Is clear ly made to appear that Irreparable In Jury will result unless the writ Issue Immediately and without notice, and In such case the motion to dissolve such Injunction shall take precedence and shrill be heard and determined before any other business Is consider ed In such court. In all cases where Injunctions are Issued, with or with out notlco, an ample bond shall be ex acted of complainant sufficient to cov er all damages resulting to defendant from the Issuance of such a writ, In cluding reasonable attorney fees In curred In moving to dissolve said writ. In all proceedings for contempt for vlolutlon of an Injunctlqn enjoining tho commission of an act which nt the common law or by statute Is made a crime, or which is not committed In the presence of the court, the defendant shall be entitled to a Jury trial upon the issue of fact as to whether or not he has committed such crime and thus vlolmed such Injunction. We fuvnr the passage of a law omend Ing tho chancery practice so as to se cure theso retiults. f POLICE BLUNDERED Developments In Poison Case Tend to Show Innocence of Printer. DID NOT PURCHASE TYPE And Was nt Work In Philadelphia. W hen Su)Kiscd Murderer Was In Bristol, Pa. Philadelphia, July 6.-Though tho police pretend to believe that Frederick Gits, jr., arrested as a suspect In the case, knows something about the mur der of Dr. William H. Wilson of this city, who died on June 2fi, aftir drink ing a bottle of ale containing cyanide of potassium, developments to-day show that the authorities have blun dered In the matter and that Gles finds himself in his embarrassing posi tion as the result of his efforts ro pro tect the namo of his young wife.. Tho records at tho bureau ot health show that Mrs. Glea died on June 19 and that her Infant babe died the day previous.' To clearly connect Gles with the pending of poisonous ale to Dr. Wilson the authorities will have to as sume that Gles knew four days before that time that his wife was going to die, for on June 13 the man who sent the poisoned ale sent to Dr. Wilson to chased from William Olmstead nt the Keystone Type Foundry a letter "S" from a font of type known as "Stuy vesant" and which letter was uo& as a seat stamp by the murderer who pre pared the bottle of ale sent to the phy sician. That Gles did not purchase this letter "S" seems certain, for Olmsteal failed to Identify him at police head quarters as the customer who ordered the type. More than this Gles wnfl at his place of employment on Saturday morning, Juno 27, or the day after Dr. Wilson died. It was on this day that a letter was mallej to Coroner Jermon from Bristol, Pa., In which the supposed murderer told why he had sent the poison. This letter was mailed during the afternoon anl in their efforts to trace the movements of tho writer of tho letter the police ascertained that the supposed murderer reached Bristol at, 12:47 p. m. The train left Torres dale at 12:35. Supt. John B. Wllllntns of the Curtis Publishing company, where Gles was employed as foreman of the overlay department, says that Gles left the office between 10:30 a. m. and 11:45 a. m. on. that day and It would have been Impossible for him to have reached Torresdale which is more than an hour's ride from the center of tho city In time to purchase a ticket and catch the train for New York. The mlx-up regarding the date on which Mrs. Gles died seems to be explained by tho unfamlllarlty of Mrs. Haa, in whoso houso she died, with tho Kng- llsh methods of writing dates. Dr. William Heck, who attended Mrs. Gles dated the death certificate "S-lfi-09." Mrs. Haas remembering the figures ac cepted the figures n meaning sixth day 1908, instead of sixth month, 19th day and thus had the date Juno 6 In mind. Investigation at Wilmington, Del., ac cording to the authortlcs, showed that Gles married Elizabeth Wilson Alex ander in that city on JUy 26 under tho namo of Win. Henry Stenton. Fred Buckman, the express clerk who received from, the supposed mur derer the package which contained the poisoned ale set to Dr. Wllwo to day received a letter in which he is advised to go slow In attempting to Identify any one as the person who sent the bottle of ale. . "The outcome of the Wilson case seems likely to de pend very largely upon you testimo ny," says the writer, "and I hope you will go very slow, Indeed, in Identify ing anybody in the matter. It would be awful to send any one to the gal lows for putting such a man as Wil son out of business." Buckman confronted Gles at the city hall to-night but refused to posi tively identify the prisoner as the man who left the package of ale at the ex press office. Gles will be arraigned to-morrow for a hearing us an accessory In the death of his wife. DAATS KSTATK ( "(Ml M ISSIOMJII S. George Leetc reek nnd David Strnusi were yesterduy afternoon appointed In tho probate court us commissioners id pass on the claims against the estate of the late John Davis of Orange. Wal ter Main, llrst selectman of the town of Orange, Is the administrator of the estate, nnd he has declared the estate Insolvent. llehitives of the decnnfie.? man's wife have put. In claims sgntnst the egtato and the commissioners were asked to determine these claims. ALMKHMAN HI SSI 1,1, ON VACATION. Alderman and Mrs. Berne Russell of Fair Haven will leave tu-rlny for a vacation of a week or ten d.-iys, which they will spend in New York and tho Vicinity. HEAT KILLS TWELVE And Eighty Are Prostrated in New York City's Scorch ing Air. TWO ARE DRIVEN INSANE Thousands Sleep on Fire Escapes and In Parka to Escape Eust Sldo ' Furimces. Now York, July 0. In so far as It was ablo Now York's tenement house population slept out of doors to-night, After a day whose scorclng heat had struck down fully four score ot the greater city's dwellers ami had di rectly or Indirectly cause the death of twelve persons, the densely populated east side sections, as night settled down opprcMlvely, emptied them selves out Into every space available. Thousands moved their bods to roofs and lire escapes, thousands more lied to the parks and slept on the benches or stretched themselves out on the grasa, while hordes of dwellers near the rivers flocked to the recreation piers for relief from th heat In the furnaee-llko streets and almost oven like temperature of the tenement room. The day was one marked by a maximum temperature of 92 regis tered by the official recording Instru ment. This figure, however, was tak en at the time of one of the 'city's tallest buildings,-and high as It waa, afforded little Indication of the torrid atmosphere . close to the sun-baked pavements where the mercury regis tered 100 degrees at mid-afternoon In numerous tubes. There was no re lief In the way of shower and the breezes of the day In the city proper were scant nnd of little cooling power. The beaches were crowded all day and even more densely populated at night by seekers for refreshing air-currents. Two persons were driven Insane by the heat ono attempting suicide and another. Frank Marlnero, Jumping from a second story window, and be ing Instantly killed. ONE-THIRD DESTROYED Conflagration at Port-au-Prlnec Ap parently Under Control. ; Washington, July 6. -American Minister Furnl.su, at Port-au-I'rlnce, Haytl, to-duy sent a dispatch to the state department regarding a serious conflagration In that city. The mes sage Is timed 10 a. m., July 6, and says: . "About one-third of the city has been totally destroyed by fire, which Is still burning, but apparently under control. Until now tho legation of tho United States Is safe." DESAGAN WEDDING TO-DAY Roth Civil and Religious Ceremonies In Iondoii. . London, July 0. Prlnoe Ilelle do Sagan, cousin of Count Bonl de Cas tallane, the divorced husb-md of Ma dame Anna Gould, has ..'stivt-n notice at the registry olflce In this city of his Intention to marry Ma lame Gould, Prince De' Sagan made the state ment this evening that '.he marriage celemony will take, place to-morrow before a registrar and that the civil marriage will be followed by a relig ious ceremony In tho Luthor in church. SHAMROCK THE WINNER f Frederick Thompson's Schooner Takes I.lplon Cup. New York, July 6. Frederick Thomp son's schooner ynoht, Khamrock. has probably won the S'.'S mile race for the cup offered through the Brooklyn Yacht club by Plr Thomas l.lpton. Carrying nil her working sails and a balloon Jib topsail, the yacht crossed the fin ish line In Giavesend bay at 6 :27 :0 this afternoon, coming to anchor a few minutes later off the Atluntlc Yacht club house at Foil (Hate. The schooner Tammany, which pa.i.i ed fiindy Honk at 7:80 p. m., Is allow ed two hours, one minute, by the Shamrock. Slio allows the Mimosa Iff. elicit hours, twenty minutes, fifty-nine seconds, so that If that slonp arrives by l:4S:3i to-inorrow morning she will he the winner, but as there was very 111 tie wind down the bay to-night, and the MlmooM hart not been heard from, It whs regarded by the regata commit tee, Messrs. Rhuck and Grifllths, as un likely that the idoop could arrive In time to win. fiKNOH ARIAS RESIGNS. Panama, July B.-j t'enor Arias today handed In his resignation as secretary of foreign relations. The resignation of other government officials Is expect ed to take place shortly. KOMRTIIINO OF THF1 M'K lfK. Pequonoek. July 6. Robert Dunn, who committed suicide In New ilaven yesterday, was an Inmate of the town farm here, nnd previous to his leaving here threatened to take his life. He was a- sufferer from rheumatism. lie leaves a wife and three children. THE NEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK 170 Orange Street, Cor. Court, New Haven, Conn, I40tli consecutive , Semi-Annual Dividend. Tho Trustees have clcclured a dlv- , deud fur the six months ending. Juno 30, 1IMIH, on nil deposits en-, titled thereto, lit the rutc of FOUR PER CENT. PER ANNUM ON ALL SUMS FROM $1.00 UPWARDS. Deposits imide In this bunk on or before July It), 11)08, will draw interest from July 1. Accounts ran ho opened by mull. LLAV1S H. KXGMSII, President. JAMKS S. 11KMIXGWAY, Treasurer. , WINSTON J. TltOWnniDGE, AsdlHUint Trcusurer, TAFT ATJASEBALL With Eight Other Prominent Statesmen Ho Plays the National Game. NEWSPAPER MEN DEFEATED Young Charlie, a Ringer With SrrlbeH, Nips Dig mil's Home Run . In the hud. Hot Springs, 'Va.. July 6. William II. Taft, republican candl.late for the presidency, to-day distinguished him self on the diamond when a game of baseball was played between the statesmen sojourning here to confor with him on sundry matters relating to the coming political campaign and the newspaper men who are endeavor ing to keep the public Informed upon the. candidate's dally actions. The game was the result of the ac tivity of Senator Murray Crane, who has had long conferences .with the republican candidate ' while here. Mr, Crane had no . sooner finished his breakfast to-day than he began plan ning for a contest of skill between the statesmen and the corresp mdonts. The statesmen's -nine was mad up of Senator Crane, pitcher; Represen tative Burke of Pennsylvania, catcher; John C. Eversman, secretary to Rep resentative McKlnley, first base; Rep resentative Burton of Ohio, second base; Representntle Lawrence of Mas sachusetts, third base; Representative McKlnley, center field; Senator Bev erldge, left field, and William H. Taft, right field. When the game began Mr. Taft was having a talk with Senator Beverldge, on Indiana politics and they gave their proxies to two colored boys, who gained them more glory In the matter of fielding and batting than they ,themselves scored after they finally finished their talk and assumed the responsibility of tho game, The game was hotly contested, but for some reason the correspondents i fell, behind In their score and lost out after eight innings, by a score of 11 to 11. The correspondents went outside of their own numbers for a second base man, placing Charlie Taft In that re sponsible position. . Charlie distinguished himself when his father went to the bat and struck the second ball delivered to him. The ball went whizzing toward second has) and It looked as If It would give Mr. Taft a home run, but tho alert Charlie nipped his father's hope by catching him out. The game was played on the local hall grounds just after a heavy ralu and as the participants sprawled !n 1 the mud lu their frantic efforts to run the bases, the entire party was rather tho worse for wear when the eighth Inning hart been played. Mrs. Taft came out to see tho game which was witnessed by a large number of spec tators from tho hotel. THOMAS J. G A ROAN I IX. Berlin, July 6. Thos. J, Gargnn, a transit commissioner of Boston, arriv ed here to-day. He has been suffer ing from, a stomach affection for the past six weeks, but his condition has Improved of late, Mr. Gargan will undergo .an examination to-morrow and he Is of the opinion that a sur gical operation probably will be neces sary before he recovers his health. R, & R. CORSET SHOP, 95(1 Chupel Street. 'Phone 4451-2, WW I I Soda Crackers that crackle as good Soda Crackers should Uneeda Biscuit With meals for meals between meals Pit n ust It moisture Proof packages. QJf Neper sold in bulk. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY CAMPBELL A SUICIDE WnttThurjr Mnn Who Was Stage Man ng:cr for Mrs". 1'utrlck Cumphell. Waterbury, July , 6. Patrick Camp bell of this city last season employed by Mrs. Patrick Campbell, the noted actress, as assistant stage manager, tonight committed suicide at the home, of his- mother, Mrs. Patrick Campbell, by drinking about three ounces of car bolic acid. The young man commit ted the act In front of his mother, who became hysterical. He was despondent as tho result of his Inability to secure employment. Ho had been working In a theater in Merldcn as stage hand, but had not been employed for several weeks. The dead man was 22 years of age and 1a survived by hla wife and daughter, age three years. OUT ON $1,560,000 BAIL Abi Ruef Roleasofl from 'Frisco County Jail. San Franclfico, July 6. Abraham Ruef was released from the county Jail to-night on bonds aggregating 1,F60,000, the largest amount ever given In a criminal case In this state. This sum Is the aggregate ball on seventy-eight indictments returned by the Oliver grand Jury charging Ruef with bribing the former board of su pervisors in connection with the granting of franchises to public sor poratlons and on which he was taken In custody on March 8, 1907. PEACE IN PARAGUAY Foreign Powers Intercede: in Behalf of Refugee Ministers. Montevideo, July 8. A dispatch re ceived here to-day from Asuncion says that peace apparently has been restored In Paraguay. Dr. Emllluno Naveiro, the former vice president who was appointed president by the victorious revolutionary party has as sumed control of affairs and the rep resentatives of the foreign powers have Interceded successfully,; the de spatch states, in behalf of the former ministers, who took refugo 'in the va rlous legations. MORE HORSE RACES OFF Lntonla Jockey Club Meet, Losing Money, Is Ended. Cincinnati, 0 July 6. At a meeting of the Latonla Jockey club directors to night, It was decided to end the spring meeting after to-morrow's performance. The club has been losing money since the start of the meeting and the officers deemed It unwise to run out the last ten days allotted them by the state rac ing cninml.-(Hl(Mi of Kentucky. WORLD'S TROTTING RECORD Fleming Boy Does tho Fnstest Milo , Ever Covered by Green Trot tor. Peoria, 111., July, 0. Fleming Boy at the great western circuit meet today trotted fhe fastest mile ever covered by a green trottar. In the third heat of the 2::'9 trot, ho set a mark of 2:07 1-2. Pplll In tho 2:10 pace negotiated tho time In the second heat In 2:06 1-2. Results: 2:13 puce, Lady of Honor, won the fifth and sixth heats and race. Best time 2:08 .1-4. 2:23 trot, Fleming Boy won the first nnd third heats and race. Beat time, 2:07 1-2. 2:10 pace Spill won In straight heats, Beat time, 2:06 1-2. WINDHAM SWINGS FIRM TO LILLEK (Continued from First Pago.) pond where they are alleged to have carried on their famous fight. Tomorrow Mr. Lllley will leave Wil llmantic, but ho will carry with him the guarantee of 95 per cent, of the delegates from Windham county to the statu convention, to be held in New Haven In September. Mr. Lllley "has been making a per sonal canvas of the county and has been very successful. He has not left unvlslled any political center of any Importance. And while Mr. Lllley has won tha men over to his opinions by word of mouth, Mrs. Lllley, a very charming woman who has accompanied him on this auto tour, has pinned Lll ley buttons on nearly every one. The advantage of modern day methods of transportation has 'been shown In Mr. Lllley's trip, for a few years ago what he has been doing; would be impossible in -i except by horse anrf carriage. Now a candidate may ride from center to cen ter In a comfortable auto and have an outing along with hla work. last Wednesday the auto reached South Wllllngton where Mr. and Mrs. Lllley were the guests of Col. and Mrs. W. H. Hall. Thursday the first visit to Willlmantic was made. Friday, Daniel son was visited and In the afternoon. Grosvenordale. Saturday, the hearts or tne rarmers for miles around were won when Mr. and Mfs. Lllley attend ed the Grange and the Sunday school picnic at Chaplin. Sunday was the big day. Mr. and Mrs. Lllley visited Pom fret and Putnam In the morning, and in the afternoon visited Woodstock and inompBon: Today they came to Willl mantic again where they were the guests of Mrs. J. A. McDonald. With the close of Mr. Lllley'i personal tour through Windham county, there are onlv three towns nn, which .-ut send Lake delegations to the state con vention, and of these three two are doubtful and the third may be split. Woodstock will probably be divided, although Mr. Lake may take the whole Of It. Pomfret is doubtful, hut nrlll probably be for Mr. Lake. Mr. Lllley naa nowever taken quarters at the Pomfret hotel for a portion of the sum mer. In Putnam there Is nn nnlmnaitv to 'Mr. Lllley, but Mr. Lake has pow erful friends there. There will be a" hot flghC when the delegation Is made up, find, at present the Lake men are stronger. ' ' 1 ; But while Mr. Lllley has apparently little to fear from Mr. Lake In Wind. ham county ,the speech made by Gov ernor woodruff at Dsnlelson Friday, the celebration of the bl-centennlal of Kllllngly has aroused considerable sentiment In favor of a second term. and the feeling which has spread all over tho western part of the state la working Itself through - Windham county. If Mr. Woodruff made any attempt to swlnir Windham for him. self, there are many towns which would break away from both Mr. Lll ley and Mr. Lake, and the county would be more epilt up than It has ever been In the past. Mother You should have given an alarm when that bold staylate kissed you Inst night. Daughter (demuroly) I did give one. Big Brother Humph! It must havo been a still alarm. Baltimore Amer ican. -r- REAL ESTATE. Your Real Estate Business WHO DOES IT? ; AND IS IT DONE RIGHT? What you want done In Real Kstnto you want done right, and when any business la transacted through this olllee the parties to it feel safe and satisfied. M. J. GOODE 01) CHURCH STREET, Rooms 16-18. 'Phone 267-12. Three fine modern houses for sale; open for Inspection afternoons, three o'clock! No. 110 Linden street, be tween Livingston and Orange streets. Price and terms right. FREDRIQUE R. LEWIS, 131) ORANGE STREET. FOR SALE. A one-family house of seven rooms, all Improvements, situate on Olive Street. A dcfllrahio building lot, location ccutrul; price low to an immediate purchaser. Money tj loon in sums to suit. L G. H0ADLEY, Room 215, Washington Building, SO CHCRCH STREET, v OPEN EVENINGS. REAL ESTATE. I i cuoice Huiiding Lots I In a IVJLtillllllCj Avenue This very desirable section of the city between Fountian Street and Edgewood Avenue it being built up with a fine dais of one-family houses, and it turely increasing in value. A map of the lots, 'and '; prices, (with tpecial concep tion! to those ' who build thit year) may be obtained of 1 Frederick M. Ward 863 Chapel Street I 1420 Chapel St. Fine Brick House. Lot 60x300. WE have a con-, stant demand for city real estate. Have you any to sell? No charge unless sold. Moorehead & Donnelly, 63 Chnrch Street. Room 20. ' TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CHAPEL ST., ? ' , Steam Beat, Elevator l and T ii-- C ! 1 ' janiior service mtiuueu. , Benj. R. English. .839 Chapel Street; I. . FOR SALE No. 68 Auduhon Street; nearly new, eight-room brick block house, with all Improvements; near Orange Street. Price 94,009; $2,200 can remain on mortgage at 5 per cent. Interest. WM. H, H. HEWITT, 8 1 8 Chapal St. For Sale. Two-fnmlly house on Pine afreet Improvements. Price, f 2,200. Judson Hauff, Room 402. Q02 Chaoel St. FOE. SALE. I desirable pne family boose. Dwllit street, south of Chapel. J C, PTJNDERFORD, 110 CHVBOU STREET. Fire Insurance FOR RENT Six room plas tered cottage, hard wood floors, fully furnished, gas, located on The. Bluff at Woodmont near the water. Terms reasonable for season or by the year. ' . The Anthony & Ellithorpe, Company 902 CHAPEL STREET. 204-5 Malley Building TELEPHONE 5048. Wo Have lor Hale a Beautiful 12.R00M RESIDEWCF. Steam Heat and Every Improvement, LOT 100 feet front. 184 rlnun. i' In a fine location In WEST HAVEN, c( a n inn I in A DAnuAllv. Room 202, Exchange Building. Telephone 6219-3. EDWARD P. BRETT, , BUILUER AND CONTRACTOR. Sawing, Turning and Jobbing la j Wood of All Kindt. Window afll Door Screen. Cabinet Work, Pack j ing Bose. , 1 VROXJT STREET, . ji t I