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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1908,
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TAFT STANDS ON '
WHOLE PLATFORM
Classified Business Cards
New Haven's Most Reliable Store
Specials From The,
Odd Piece
Furniture Clearance
Buffets
Three $39.50 Golden Oak Buf
fets, for $29.50
One $25.00 Golden Oak Buf
fet, for $16.50
Chiffoniers
Tw $15.00 Weathered Oik
Chiffoniers, for $11.50
One $20.00 Weathered Oak
Chiffoiler, for $15.50
Dressers
' One $20.00 Mahogany finish
Dresser, for $13.98
One 122.50 Mahogany finish
' Dresser, for $16.75
Enamel Beds
A small lot ot Sample Enam
el Feds, with slight hnrts,
' richly brass finished. 19.00
to 25.00 Beds for f 12.S0
Brass Beds
Massive Brass Beds, with
heavy posts and Vases,
22.00, 25.00 value $11.98
Brass Beds, sold repilarly at
34.00, for 125.00
Denatured Alcohol Stoves
RECEIVED acother lot of Imported Alcohol Stoves;
have been waitin; for this shipment for some time
and had rmmerous enquiries from customers who
had learnsd of their usefulness. Cheaper than coal, as
handy as gas.- We will demonstrate -show you how
easily it works.
Hcusefnrnishing Dep't, Basement
PERSONAL NOTES
.Mrs. E. Koote Thompson and
daughter, Miss Doris Thompson, are
at Lake Placid In the Adirondack- for
two weeks. Miss Margery Thompson
la at Swampscott, Mass.
Professor and Mrs. William Beebe
of Bradley street, have gone to Deer
Island, Alexandria Bay, N. Y., for the
remainder of the summer.
Miss Sylvia M. Elcock, who has
been In Klrksvllle, Mo., since early In
July, has gone to Warren, Pc nn.,
where she will visit Miss Lillian
Brockway, returning to New Haven
September first
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Waters of
New York, are Visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Waters on Qulnnlplac street.
Their daughter. Miss Blanche Waters,
anA Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Nelson of
.New York, accompany them.
STEAM HEATING.
We are equipped to install Steam, Hot Water or Hot Air
HEATERS
Tor StOTes, Offices or Dwellings, with full guarantees.
H BEFORE DECIDING CALL AND SEE OCR EXHIBITION.
THE COE & COLEMAN CO,, 970 Chapel St.
4 1 1 II M 1 1
Araucarias Pine Trees
Nice healthy plants, just right for the house.
Now is the time to get them.
Morse
Tel. 5893.
t
JOHN WOLF
739 Chapel St.
Over Hull's Drug Store.
! He
Bed Springs
Iron Frame Bed Springs, with
woven wire body, iu sport
ed by metal straps, for any
s'zs bed, 3.50 va'ue $2.69
Mattresses
Cot In Price;
Cotton Top Mattresses, good
tick, for $1.95
Combination, both sides cot
ton, for $8.15
Pedestals
Sampfe Pieces;
$2.98 Golden Oak Pedestals
for $1.98 -
$3.98 Golden
for $2.75
0:k Pedestals
Morris Chairs
$13.50 aid $15 Golden Oak
Morrs Chairs, with fitured
velour cnshiont, for $9.75
$12.50 Weathered Oak Easy
Chairs, with leather up
holstered seats' for $8.75
For $2.49
J. Muhlfelder of Muhlfelder Bros.,
has returned from a trip to Paris,
where he has been In the Interest of
the Muhlfelder stores.
Miss Margurlte Sheldon, daughter
of Dr. Sheldon, and Miss Odell, both
of New York city, are stopping at the
Three Elms. Stony Creek. Sunday
afternoon while In Captain Cooper's
auxiliary sailboat, Miss Odell slipped
overboard and was caught and res
cued by Miss Sheldon. The feat has
made the latter quite a heroine among
her fellow boarders.
rorrLAR excursion.
The large demand for tickets to
Newport on the popular excursion
next Thursday demonstrate the fact
that the public fully appreciate the
exceptional opportunity afforded to
visit this famous resort.
As announced the sale of tickets
will be strictly limited and thosn
wishing to participate In the trip
should purchase early to avoid dis
appointment on day of excursion.
See adv. In to-day's Issue.
Floral Co.
37 CHURCH ST. i
Placed with us now. your turs will
be carefully examined, repaired, stored
for the summer and Insured against
moths and fire.
TEL.
1597-2.
Candidate Will Not Stick
Any Pet I3sues During
- Campaign Porch
Talks.
to
IS ALREADY ON RECORD
Hears Tlint Physicians Arc
Him John If n h llnmtnnixl
IntorcMoil In Vote of
Collojjliins,
for
Hot Springs, Va., Aug. 17. Discuss
ing today the character of speeches he
Is to make during the campaign, Judge
Taft said he believed he had place!
himself on record In the speeches he
has alreudy made on every question
likely to become Important In the cam
paign. "But," he added, "that will not, 1
take It, preclude me from taking up
any subject and enlarging on It In the
speeches I shall make to various dele
gations who may come to Cincinnati
during the campaign. My subjects will
be chosen with particular reference to
the Interest and character of the par
tlcular delegation to whom I shall
speak. In this way It Is possible that I
shall review many of the Important
and minor Issues, but I have laid out
no set plan for taking up In any par
ticular order, any question or set of
questions."
Mr. Taft's speech to the Virginians
here Friday engaged his attention to a
considerable extent today.
Dr. C. A. L. Reed of Cincinnati, who
Is a candidate for the United States
senate and a personal friend of Mr.
Taft, came here today on business ot
a personal nature with the candidate
Before leaving Dr. Heed expressed the
belief that a great majority of the
physicians of the country favored the
candidacy of 'Mr. Taft. The reeorl of
Mr. Taft In the Philippines and In Pan
ama, so far as the medical profession
Is concerned, Dr. Heed said, was the
cause of this feeling rif friendliness.
There was a conference to-day be
twfer John Hayes Hammond and
Herbert M. Myers, a Columbus, (.,
attorney, who Is president of the Ohio
Republican College league, which Is
affiliated with the national republican
cc liege league. ,
A general plan of co-operation was
discussed.
"It Is our Intention," said Mr. My
ers, "to organize republican clubs In
every college and university In the
country. We expect to reach 25.000
flrit voters In the course of the cam
paign." The conference resulted In an
agreement that the college league and
the league of republican clubs should
co-operate and work In harmony. Th
national league headquarters will be
In New York. The western head
quarters of the college league will
probably be In Cincinnati.
IV PROBATE COURT.
Little? Business TIiptp Tlicsn Days
AtvhlbnM E-Mnte.
Little business and what there was
of It mnll, was lodged In the probate
court yesterday morning. The will of
the late Henry Welner of North Ha
ven wns offered and an $S,000 estate left
to the life use of his widow, Kalher
Ine Welner. At her death It Is to be
distributed between Henry Welner,
Catherine Mting and Dora Carson,
children, and G, Henry Frye, a grand
son. The Inventory of the late Caroline R.
Webster was alwo offered showing
property valued at I3.2P3.46, most nf
which lo In cash.
'An Inventory showing the estate nf
the late Kenneth Archibald of ihls city
to be worth $19,402.70 was filed by the
appraisers, Samuel Lloyd and Edward
M. iBradley. Archibald was Inst In the
Rocky mountains several weeks ago,
and upon the application of his father,
Rev. Andrew W. Archibald, formerly
of this city, Judge Studley gave a de
cision that the young man was legally
dead and appointed the father adminis
trator. The estate Is entirely In stocks ami
bonds, $7,565 In the latter and $11,430
In the former.
CARRIES DISMEMBERED ABM.
Chicago, Aug. n.-Jfteorge Nagle, 22
years of age, carrying his left arm,
which had been severed by a railroad
train, staggered up to a policeman to
day and then fainted. He had carried
the dismembered arm for two. blocks In
an effort to find a physician's office.
Nflgle had attempted to hoard a freight
train but had fallen beneath the trucks.
Ho was taken to a hospital,
FOR A
SUMMER EVENING
PARTY.
Whether it's an informal or
formal entertainment, don't
fail to call up 774 and let us
send you some of our most re
freshing fresh fruit.
LEMON OR
ORANGE ICE.
Add a box of nobiscos or some
macaroons and you have your
refreshment problem settled.
None so pure as Harris-Hart's.
Delicious Fresh Fruit
Ice .Cream Is Nice
Now, TooTry Ours.
THE HARRIS HART CO.
MINING MAKERS, DECORATORS.
Flossox IuVgsbvhy o hap.d
street, Tin hot summer day" are
pear, and you will neud awnings for
your windows and porches. V mans
Ciinnples for Weddings, and dec.o1 atlon
for Receptions. Estimates furnished.
Don't foget that we are the people. tn.il
"foul the sun." Telephone HOa-3.
.1 ri'vi;iiiM -r- n'ft74 Chapel
t. Awnings, Tun. Plugs. Trunk Cov
era. Horse Covers. Tents und f.tfnopies
to rent. Decorations for Hans, ..
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING.
GEORGE WEISTIF1FI.D 91 Meadow
(reel. Auto KennlrliiK on nil makes or
ctrs, also vulcanizing mid braslng. Flfst
class work assured. Prices .
TUB JUNCTION GARAGE pixweil
and Shelton aves, General jooDing
snd Repalrln gof Autos and Bicycles.
Mnehlne Work and Light Manufactur
ing. Telephone 3362-12.
THBFITTOli" WAKEMAN CO. 8-10
Wouster st.; Autos Repaired. Bodies
Repaired and Rennlshed. Gasoline ami
Oils. Engineer and Machinists. 'Phono
4M4.
ASTHMA CUKE.
WMTfowl'BR VosiUve cure for Asm
ma. ' Trice ona dollar per bot
tle. One teaspoonful gives Instant
relief. 79 BtOHd street.
ARCHITECTS.
FOOTH A TOWNSEND
Architect.
214-216 Malley Building. ,
New Haven, Conn.
AITO TIKE REPAIR WORKS.
kvro nun repair wonKS Auto
Tires and Tubes Repaired, Recovered
and Vulcanized on premises. Work
Guaranteed. Work called for an de
livered. Tel. 4411. 481 State street,
New Haven.
BUNDLE WOOD, CHARCOAL, COKE
ask loi'tt grocer fur our goods.
Also Retailers of Fireplace. Furnace
ami Kindling Wood. New Haven Wood
Co., 43" East s'.. Telephone 1154.
BUSINESS COLLEGES.
YAI.E BUSINESS COLLEGE Oldest,
Largest, Strongest, Best. We graduate
live office help. N. t). Stone, pres., lit
Church street.
BITTER AND EGGS.
C. DINGWALL
Eggs laid yesterday
Get here to-day.
74-76 Congress avenue.
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING.
FOH MALE Sporting Goods and Bi
cycle Store. Good Location. Price
low. Good reasons for selling. Ad
dress B. H. M., Journal-Courier office.
F. COLLINS 11 Broadway. Agent for
the Truss frame Iver-Johnson whoel.
(The old reliable). Look this machine
over. Sundries and Supplies.
BICYCLE and carriage tires vulean
. Ized from 75c up. ttew bicycle tires
fritn $1.00 up, at Setlow's, 133 Court
street. s3 tf
BOTTLERS.
DANIEL J. DOODY 719 State Street.
Bottler o the Famous Gold Medal
Tlvoll & Hampden Pale Ale. Delivery
to all parts of city. Telephone 868-2.
C. C. BAUER Corner Ashmun and
Bristol streets. Bottled beer deliver
ed to all parts of the city. 'Phone or
ders promptly attended to.
CARRIAGE PAINTING.
CARRIAGE, Truck and Automobile
Painting. General Jobbing of all
kinds. Frederick C. Reynolds. 183-1)5
Grand svenue. 'Phone 3823.
CARRIAGES, WAGONS, HARNESS,
UWKilir H. BALDW I.N Crown and
Park street, Carriages, Wagons and
Harness; HlanKets, Holies and Whlpj.
Rubber Tires attached. Repairing.
tuw tiriniinfiu A eiirru r-iiiDfii.n
l f. j.i.i ii ii i.vi 11 , o a r Mir V-nrriagsn
nd Carriage Woodwork. Repairing in
11 Branches. Speclai Attention Ulven
.. Il..l..l., A iilnninl.ll.. 14, .....
.... hi .rHn...rAVB . t." i i .
111
to Painting Automobiles.
10 IIIU lllU
Park street.
HAF'I K.HS' WAUO VS-Strictly Hlg'l
Grade Delivery. Buy wagons bearing
i ll la iiHiie warn. it means me De.1l,
65 Franklin street.
LEtETT BHOS 424-426 Orchard sL
Carriage and Wagon Hullders. Car
l liige ami Automobile Ph In ting. Gener
al Jobbing. Telephone 3:95-4.
A. M. BEEIIE 439-443 Elm St., Manu
facturer ot carriages snd Wagons.
lietmii ing, rainiing aim irunming. Au
tomobllo tops. Automobile painting.
SAM liEL K. PA(H 60-62 Franklin sL
Manufacturer of Carriages snd Auto-
mobile Bodies. First class Repairing
uy exiieni'.u-.eu men. t nune bus.
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, ETC.
1. Lb.ltOl UEAN 66 Orange st,, Cabin
et Work, Utlice Fittings, Window and
Door Screens. Joiner and General Job
ber. Kstlmates furnished. Both 'pnones.
WILLIAM II. ALLEN 641 Columbus
ave., Contractor and Builder. Jobbing
promptly attended to, Telephone
gUo-4.
U. D. FIT'iUERALH Contractor and
Builder, Dealer in Real Estate. Tele
phone 4&81-3. 660 Ferry street. New
Haven, Conn.
JOH. C. MORTON 478 State St.,Cai
penter, Joiner and General Jobber,
Estimates furnished. Telephone 1412-4,
New Haven, Conn.
LOUIS GUT2EIT 8 Ailing street. Car
penter and Builder. Prompt expert
work. Satisfaction given. Jobblnu a
Bpecialty. 'Phone 2778-2.
GEORGE H. COOK 01 Frank st, BulUL
er and Contractor, Jobbing a special
ty, Estimates given on plans at short
notice. Telephone 1780.
SMALL & PALMER Carpenter work
and general Jobbing. Estimates fur
nished, 696 Qulnnlplao ave. 'phone
2082-4. .
JAMES A. FOGARTY 194 Canner st,
Oeneral Contracting Builder. Lowuat
estimates on all classes of work. Tel
ephone 1298-12.
E. H. BARRY Carpenter and builder
Estimates furnished. Jobbing prompt,
ly attended to, and work of the best. 6o
Judson avenue. Telephone.
j. w. HARROWS 28 Admiral at., Con
tract Carpenter and Builder. Special
attention to Jobbing. Estimates fur
nished. CHARLES un mm Repairing and
uarperner jonoins a specialty. Estl
males furnished. Fair prices. 36 Au
burn street.
GEORGE u. lapham. Carpenter and
Bunoer. especial attention to Jobbing.
No. 1145 Campbell avenue, West Haven,
CABINET WOHK, WOOD CARVING.
THK YALE AWT WOODWORK CO,
Restores Anlliii and Modern Furni
ture to Its Natural Beauty. Mantels,
Show Cases and High Grade Fiirnlttiro
Mads to Order. 'Phone 3ntl5; 128 Park
street.
CONTRACTING MASONS.
J. N. Teon A rti) A Cli Contrantoi s "and
Mason Builders, Prompt attention
given to repair work. 8o5 Malley build,
ing.
r
CARRIAGE REPAIRS.
J. T. BREEN 8T Green St., Carriage
and Autoirobllo Painting and Repair
ing. Carriage work a specialty. All
work uuaranteed. Telephone 1814-2.
CONCRETE WALKS.
CONNECTICUT CONCRETE CO.
Walks, Driveways and Floors In Con
crete; Artificial Stone and Mastic As
phalt. Office: RoomSl. 39 Oh'jrch t.
JOHN' V. THOMPSON 204 GnfflTe St.
(Robinson) Carbonized Stone for
Driveways and Cells rs. Excavating
and Grading. Telephone.
CORSETS.
CLARA J. MOORE 112 Tarlt street;
French and Domestic Cuslom-Mado
corset. Other specialties for Woman'
Wear. Call and sea samples at our of
fice. Thuno 1338-8.
DETECTIVE BUREAU.
DENNY'S DETECT! V K BtHEAl Pre
paring Cafes for Court a Specialty.
(Star Secret 8crvlce System). 82
Church street
EIJXTHICAL CONTRACTORS.
SIMMON HON H. E. Francis, Mgr.,
265 Norton st. Electrical contract
ors Estimates furnished. Telephone
6883-2 "Wire for us and we'll wire for
you."
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST.
VOIR EYES examined and ntted with
glasses, from $1. Dr. S. S. Relss, cor.
Grand avenue and State street.
EXPRESSING.
FOll SALE New express wsgon.
Heavy. Will sell cheap. Also car
riage for sale. P. McCarthy, 105 fit.
John street. Ju3 tf
FISH MARKET.
PEOPLE'! FISH MARKET Wm, Wil
son & Son, 30 Congress ave. Dealers
In all kinds of sea foods. Both tele
phones. FLORIST.
S. II. MOORE
FLORIST. 1054 Chnpel Street,
Telephones. 3740 and 3741.
GROCERIES AND .MEATS.
ROBERT LITI Groceries, Meats, Pro
visions, etc. Howard avenue and
First street. Telephone 273. "Call us
up." a3 tf
GENERAL CONTRACTOR.
WILLIAM HIKE General Trucking
and Teaming. Residence. 82 Win
chester avenue. New, Haven, Connecti
cut. HOTEL JEPEERSON, EUROPEAN.
I.KillT, Airy Rooms. Coinfortsble Beds.
free uatns. transient rooms, boo.,
75c. & 1. Weekly, $2 to $6. W. C. Augur,
Mgr., 4 40 State St. Open all night.
HABERDASHERY.
TEMPTING TROPICAL TOf.f.KllY
SHAN LEY'S,"
84 Church Street.
HOUSE MOVING.
DRAKE OY1.E House Moving,
Shoring and RHlnlng, 48 Home st.,
8. Rock. 'Phone9477-2. 774 Washing
ton sve., West Haven.
HORSE COLLARS.
HEM II Y SMITH SO.S 183 Brewery
St., Irish snd Pipe Horse Collars a
specialty. Best collar on the market.
Also Repairing. Telephone 1646-12
HORSES.
(iEORUE F. t niPI'S, 183-185 Commerce
street. I always have on hand accli
mated horses, drivers and workers.
Clipping by electricity. Telephone
3438-2.
B. K. C ANXOS 152-184 George St., Blui
Front Auction Sale and Commission
Stables. Auction every Friday at 1:30
p. in. 'Phone 3073-2.
O'BHIEN'S HOUSE STABLES 4D
George st. Horses for all purposes
for sale. Good Team, Buggy or Family
Horses st reasonable prices.
JEWELRY.
METROPOLIS JEAYEI.B Y CO. Poll
building, sells reliable Jewelry on
weekly payments; cheap. Call or wrlLe.
Open Saturday evenings.
KLENENE.
KI.ENENE The household, cleaner will
clean Dress, Skirts, Auto Veils
Waists, Silks, Laces, Neckties, Gloves,
etc. Klenene Soap Co., 112 Park st.
LIVERY AND SALES ST A BLEB.
fiEORGE F, CRIPPS 183-186 Com
merce st. Clipping by electricity.
Telephone connection. New Haven,
Conn.
KIRK dk CO., INC. 170 Temple St..
Hacks, Coupes, 'Busses and Livery of
all descriptions. Telephone 820. Open
day and night.
ENTERPRISE STABLES 7. M. Palm
er, rjrou.. Boarding. Livery and Feed
Stables. Automobiles to Rent.. Open
day snd night. U8 Crown street.
HOWARD AVE. STABLES H. T.
Lynch, prop., Hacks, Coupes, Livery A
Bale Stable. Carriages for all occa
sions. 910 Howard ave. 'Phone 1843-13.
FIRST-CLASS locomobile for rent at
reasonable rate. I. Kinney and Son,
liverymen, '360 Congress avenue.
ONE PAIR of black gelds and one pair
of white gelds, and one black driving
mare. George P. Rolf Sale and Ex
change stable, 109 Grand avenue, New
Haven, Conn,
HARRY E. D AH ROW 177 Front St.
Best care given to Boarders, Hacks,
Cartages, Wsgon and Lignt Livery.
Expressing Done. 'Phone 1808-8.
LABOR AGENTS.
W, J. HAVENS CO.
272 Water Street.
Have your lawns and trees trimmed by
contract. We will keep your yard in
perfect U'lm at a reasonable rate per
month.
Call or 'phone us.
Note the number.
MAGNETIC TREATMENT.
M. R. HOLLADAY Specialty of nerve
and stomach diseases. 159 W. 84th
St., New York. New Haven Fridays, 1
to 6 P. m., 306 Dlxwell ave. Tel 736-3.
SIARIXE ENGINES & HARD A'ARE.
FOR SALE A four horsepower MUinm
motor. But slightly usod. $60. Com.
plele. Tn Murine Engli.e and Hard
ware Co., 58 Rim, West Hsven. 'Phone,
MEN'S CLOTHING.
FOR a1 good wearing suit at a reason
able price sen Ralph Madona, 170
Congress avenue, A large assortment of
Men s Spring and Summer Suitings,
MECHANICAL.
MIC II A C.I, F. CAMPBELL Consulting
Machinist, 308 First Nat. Bk. Bide,
Power Plants Designed and Installed.
(Ins Producers. Uus Engines,
MEDICAL.
PIMPLES, Blackheads, Red, Oily Skin,
all Skin Blemishes, and all Skin and
Blood Diseases Treated. Tatoo Mark
and Birth Marks Removed, Doctor Olm
sted, 818 Chapel St.. Room 26.
MEN'S AND LADIES' CLOTHING.
h. MILLER 63 Washington ave.; Mens
and Ladles' Clothing ut greatly re
duced prices. Men's Trousers $1 26 up.
Ladles' Skirts $1.26 up.
MCCLDING8.
II. KISSINGER
Picture Frames and Wall Mouldings
Corner Hill and Whitney streets, New
Haven, Conn.
MOTORS.
THE FOSTER MOTOR CO. will hereaft
er be removed from 31 Crown street
I 65-57 East Ferry street, foot of Far
ton avenue.
OXY-ACELTELENE WELDING.
OXY-CAROI CO. Cast Iron, Semi-Steel,
Soft Steel Copper and Brass. Any
breaks that no one ele can repair,
bring to us. 17 Webster street.
PU.VnXG AND PAPERHANGING.
BID furnished on all Jons. Palming,
Paperhanging and Interior Decorat
ing. 1'alntx, UruHhes and Wall Paper.
S. G. Grtllo, 645 Grand av. Phone 1&B1-4
OPTICIANS.
EYE-GLASS CLEA.t ISil, FREE. Com J
and get one. 11 cleans a glass like
magic. R. N. Johnquesl. Refracting
Optician, 82S Chapel street. Telephone
1404-14.
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
M. nAIKETO.V 440 Congress avenue.
House Painting, Paper Hanging and
Hardwood Finishing. First class work
done at reasonable prices, 'Phone.
P. D'A.OKEA 676 Oak stM Painting
and raperiianglng. All work given
my personal supervision. Prices rea
sonable. st.lmates furnished, 'phone.
n. KAlVJiEfilKSSEH 61 Sylvan ave.,
Decorating, Klgn and Houpe Painting.
Paper Hanging. Reasonable Prices.
Large force of skilled workmen.
PUBLIC STORAGE, PACKING.
E. Ii RICHARD 18 Garden st. Pack
ing and Shipping. General Forward
ing Agent. Best Storehouse In the City
lor Household Goods. Low rates.
PLUMBING AND HEATING.
UEOrttiE II. YAltDLEY 6S7 Chapel
street. Plumbing, Gits Fitting, Tin,
Sheet Copper ana Iron Work. Steam
and Hot Water Heating. 'Phone 16U2-6.
HI LL 4 COSTELLO 21 Elm street,
West Haven; Plumbers and Tinners.
G and bteam Fitting. Hot Air and
Hot Water Heating. Sheet -uetal Wor.
,1. XV. SULLIVAN Main St., Kast Haven;
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting,
Estimates furnished. ' Jobbing work
given special attention.
ROBERT W. LATTLV 807 Whalley
avenue; Plumbing. Heating, Lighting,
Tin and Sheet Metal Work. Estimates
given. Tel. 1378-4.
JOSEPH J. KENNEDY 7 Humphrey
square. Estimates furnished on San
itary Fiumbing, Heating and Tinning.
General Jobbing and Repairing. Phono.
4. J .HOUAN 972 State .St., .Practical
Plumber and Gas Fitter, Tin, .Copper
and Sheet 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 attention to jouoing and Kepalr,
PHOTOGRA PBERS.
M. W. Fit, LEY 840 Chapel street. A
perfect likeness assured when we do
your work. One trial will convince you.
Prices reasonable.
PRINTERS.
VAN DY'CK & CO 068 Grand avenue,
Commercial Job Printing, Book Bind
ing, etc. If It is anything In the print
ing line 'phone or call on us.
RIDING, AND DRIVING HORSES.
WE MAKE a specialty of Schooling
Saddle Horses. Horses trained for
Ladle3' use by a woman, . Feltls &
Malloy, 161 Bradley st. 'Phone 2928-8.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
B. O VI ATT & SONS
Management of Real Estate.
82 Church St.,
New Haven, Conn.
CHAnLES R. SPIEGEL Real estate
and insurance. Notary public. Room
211, Exchange building, 865 Chapel
street. Telephone 1404-4,
FOR RENT Flat of six rooms, with
attic room; all Improvements; to be
rented from August 1, 1908. Apply to
James E, McGann, Malley building.
WELLINGTON V HE 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 Everltt street. Set
range; gas range; parquetry floors and
hardwood finish. Will be ftnlshel
Aug. 15. Lot 60x157 feet. Inquire of
Mr. Frank Fogarty, 466 Howard avenue.
RIDING SCHOOL.
OEHTEL HIDING SCHOOL, Boardfflg
Stables, 27 Cottags, near Whitney sve.
'Phone 27(16-12. Instruction In Ridir.c.
Special attention ladles and chlidre .
Horses trained to saddle.
,RUU WORKS.
OLD CAHI'ETS and Pictures Cleans
and made Into Beautiful Fluff Ruga
Call for Samples snd Estimates. N. h.
Rug Work, i Peurl street. f.
SAW SHOP.
NOW Is the time lo nave your Lawn
Mower Sharpened. 'Phone , 24KG-I.
We will call and do It right. J. W. Col.
teral. 208 Dlxwell avenue. ...
WAR GASOLINE ENGINES.
WALTER It. CLINTON 34-26 Elm
st w, Haven. Royal and Hurtforl
marine engines, Westlnghouse dynamos
and motors. Automobile, machine work,
SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS.
POLITICAL BANNERS, Transparencies.
Flags, Clom Lettering and Signs ot
Every Description. Gel our prices. Out
of town orders promptly attended to.
We are ihe oldest Sigu House lu I lie
Bute. Established lsoti. Chas. R. Phil
lips, 828 Cliapel stretl, Room 10.
SCYERFLJL'Ol'S HAIR.
t
SUPERFLUOUS hair, moles, Improved,
iiMiiueaa elect rolvsia Ih thu onlv miur-
aiiteed permanent cure. No scart
treatment $1; 11 years' graduate spe-
clallst, Airs. Dr. ulmstead,. sis Chapel '
street. Room 25. m tliur sat
SEWLNG MACHINES.
KCLLEY'M SEWING MACHINE STORE
ii.it Chupcl at.. Is lue place lo buy a
good machine. Come and Join our bew
tr.g Machine club. Tel. connections.
STENOGRAPHERS.
B. II. A. 11. KINNEY Room 21, 83
Cliurch street, lmve Jour leileM
written while you wait. We will tuko
tlu'in Uown on the mauliine as you real
I tliuin lo us. Satisfaction guaranteed at
j reusonable prices.
WHEN your steiiograpner takes her
vacation, why not secure the service
ot an experienced substitute.' . Keler
ences. Lucy It. Austin', Room 1, t
Church street, fntme 821-J. JyJ tf
MISS MAUD C. SPIEGEL Typewriting
and Stenography. Room 211, Ex
change building, Do 5 Cliuptsl street. Tel
ephone 1404-4.
SCHOOL OF DANCING.
OPEN Winter and Summer. Private or
Class lessons. All the new dances
taught correctly. .Prof. Rlcclo's School
of Dancing, Cor. State and Court sts.
bAND BLASTING.
THE SPEItllY CO. A Specialty of
Cleaning stone snd .Prcsked brlcK
Builuings. calms Unmoved from Stone,
Wood and lion. Room 413, Malley
Bldg. ' ,
STOVE REPAIRS.
J Ell It Y FRYER 104 Sylvan avenui. i
Stove repairs furmsheu (or any stovn
mauc, ana msl-class work done. 1 re
paired over ouo stoves last year. It you '
need a stronger recoiumeuu, 1 will fur
nlsn It.
SIGN PAINTER.
SIGN'S of Every Description.- Wagon
Lettering a specialty. auow Carda)
and cloth signs. Clutonl iu:itlng, loal
Grand ave. 'phvna 3823. .
THE NATIONAL SUIT PRESSING COl
REDUCTION' ! Suits pressed.' 36o. Tim
National Suit Pressing Co., G3 Churu.i
street, opposite poslofnce. Tt.'ephono
1412-2. Fred Goidbaum, Mgr.
THE ELTON KEaTAUKANT.
A CiOOD place to Eat. Regular dinner,
:6c. Regular supper, 2uc. Speclai or
ders a la carte at an hours. F. J. Leon
ard, 616 State street.
TINNING AND HEATING.
oTm. ElYuEHLE&"i.'0. 621) sTaTest".
Tin,' Sheet Iron and Copper Workers.
Furnace, stove and Kunge woi. Hoot
ing, etc. Telephone.
TREE SPRAYER.
J. H.
ave.
FHOST, Jit. & CO. 966 Grand
spray irees Dy a new process.
which positively exterminates all pests,
'Phone 1363-16, or write tor estimates.
TAILORS.
JOHNSON & KALLOREN Up-to-date)
talors. We don't make cheap clothes.
We make good clothes cheap. We can
prove It. Room 404, V. M. C. A. big. Tel.
UMBRELLA MAN UFACTURER.
JUST ARRIVED Full line of Suit
Cases and Travelers' Goods, Latest
styles Umbrellas and Parasols In stocK
or to order. A. Miller, 446 Stale at.
UPHOLSTERERS.
A. CALIENNO Park st. and Howard
ave. Furniture of all kinds repaired
and reflnlshed. 1 Park st. Phone
6897-3. i
WOOD TURNING.
CEDAR cord wood delivered as wanted,
stage columns, railings and balhis'
trades. Fence, clothes, hitching and
arbor posts of cedar and chestnut. Elm
wood a specialty. All kinds of harl
wood rolls. M. Etzel $ Sons, 101 Fair
mount avenue.
TALKS ON NEW CARDINALS.
Gibbons Says He Hopes America Will
be Given More Than One.
Milan, Aug., 17,-Cardlnal Gibbons
and his party arrived here today from
Rome. The prelates soon left for
Switzerland, going to the Villa .Ben-,
zlger. on Lake Lucerne.
Cardinal Gibbons expressed deep sat
isfaction over his visit to Home, say
ing that it was most delightful In every
particular. He received every atten
tion while there and found the pope
especially Interested In America, grasp
ing with wonderful acumen the inner
spirit and breadth of the adherents
of the church In America.
The cardinal, when questioned made
no objection to speaking of the proba
ble appointment of another American
cardinal, remarking that he would be
mo t pleased If not only one but more
American prelates should be raised to
the purple to share with him the re;
sponslbilltles and burdens of his po
sition. '.
Trained falcons to carry dispatches in
time of war have been tested In ths
Russian army. Their speed Is four
times as great as that of carrier plg-ona.

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