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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1008.
New Haven's Most Reliable Store
A SALE OF-
Children's Fine Coats
ANY
COAT
$2.75
ANY
COAT
4 to 14 year sizes. The coats range in values
from $5.50 to $15. They include white serge,
pongee, navy and brown silk', light English wors
teds and som novelties.
On Sale Tuesday Morning at $2.75
AMBASSADOR YON
STERNBERG DEAD
Germany's Representative
United States a Victim
of Pneumonia at
Heidelberg.
to
SUDDEN DEATH A SHOCK
Four Clearance Bargains
In The Suit Room For Women
About six worsted Tailor A dozen pretty Lone
Suits and a few Silk Dress- White Kimonos, with col'd
es. While they last fancy borders. Reduced to
$2.98 Each 49cls Each
Eiht White Lawn Dress- Eleven Co'ored Lawn
ii, Jumper and shirtwaist Dresses, no two alike.
Dresses. Reduced from $5 Reduced from $3.50 to
To $1.98 Each $1.49 Each
Hnrnn llwl Horn Told 'Dint Maliuly
of Iin(t-Stmilli)i; ( iinlil lo
Cured Hitroness
American,
ail
TiXKran marts' orriNO.
( lamlwke mid Hascbnll (ionic nt Rye
flcaon Next Sunday,
The annual clambake of the Order of
Railroad Telegraphers on the New Ha
ven system will be held ut Jtye Beach
next Sunday, Several of the officials
have been Invited to attend among
whom are Chief Dispatchers Connl'line
of th Shore line. H. E. Bailey of the
New York and William H, Filter of
the Old Colony divisions. The feature of
the outing will be a baseball game be
tween trains representing Division "9
of this city and No. 37 of New rtnchelle,
GREAT GERMAN DAY
To-morrow Will Witness Happy
Outpouring at tho White
City.
i-ocal 01TtaT,S ACCEPT.
PLEASURES IN PROFUSION
More tlmn fifty styles in the . celebrated "Queen
Quality Shoes tor women. Sold only at Gamble
Desmond's. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50
DIVrDEXDS FALLING IH'E.
Many Checks Will he Cashed Despite
Dullness of Season.
"The first day of September Is con
sidered an off day for paying divi
dends," remarked a local broker yester
day. "In (net, not so very many com
panies nnd corporations pay at that
time," he continued, "but all tho same
I would like to have the bunch of good
cash that will come Into this city from
dividend checks at that time."
Then the broker went on to enumer
ate some of the dividends that would
fall due at about Sept. 1. It seems that
there Is a little matter of $187,500 com
ing due on debentures of the New Hi
ven railroad, and while a majority ot
tbat cash will not come to New Haven
there will he a goodly sum received
In checks through the New Haven
postofflee, There are 110,000,000 of these
debentures, and there will be paid
$100,000 on til's four per cents, and $S7,
600 on the three nud one-half per cents.
The 'New Haven & Oentervlllo rail
road will pay out $7,05 on Its bonds,
which are guaranteed by the New Ha
ven railroad. Tho coupons of the Xew
Haven Street Hallway Co., also guar
anteed by the Xew Haven road on nn
Issue of $500,ooo, will he paid Sept. 1
and the amount 'will be $15,000.
Besides these local securities, there
are a number of outside railroad stocks
In which New Haven Investors are In
terested, gome of the older Investors
of the town are Interested In the
Cleveland & T'lttslmrg railroad, which
pays one and three-fourths per cent,
for a dlvjdend. The Baltimore & Ohio,
another stock which Is considerably
held here, will pay three per cent. On
Sept. 30 the Boston & Albany will pa
Its two per cent, dividend. This divi
dend is guaranteed by the New York
Central.
l rVtm r Hi ,
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since Its Infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Jnst-as-good ' are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castortn Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Sy-ups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fcvcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind ,
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tbo
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy ami natural sleep.
The Children's ranacca The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Jears the Signature of
Heidelberg, (Jermany, Aug. ;4. Baron
Speck von Sternhurg, the German am
bassador to the United Stales, died In
the Hotel Victoria, In this city, at
about midnight last night. The Imme
diate cause of death was Inflammation U'lf,
of the lungs. The first symptoms
were noticed Saturday, and they reach
ed their culmination In thirty hours.
The baron was In a weakened condi
tion and unable to withstand the at
tack. Tho baroness, who was Miss Lil
lian May Lnnghnm of Louisville, Ky.,
was with her husband at the end.
The baron and baroness came here
from Hamburg at the end of last
month to consult with Prof. Vlneonz
Czerny, a skin specialist, concerning a
malady from which the ambassador
has been suffering for some time. Af
ter a prolonged examination ot the dis
eased part on the left side of Baron
von Rternburg's head, Professor Czerny
amrmeii that the trouble was not a
cancer, but a lupus, and that he could
cure It. Both the ambassador and his
wife, were greatly cheered by this opin
ion, which was communicated to the
foreign ofllce at Berlin. A represen
tative of the foreign office camo hero
to see the baron, and, upon his return
to Berlin, the favorable news, It Is un
derstood was transmitted to Emperor
William and forwarded to the fierman
cinabssy at Washington.
Baron von Sternburg Is described ns
having felt that his long agony was
nearly over, and that In no great while
he would be a well man again. Al
though he had suffered many disap
pointments with regard to his Illness,
the baron took freh courage and spent
the last fortnight In the full cnnvle.
Hon that he would soon recover. His
wife nlno shared that hope.
It had been arranged that Baron von
Sternberg should go to Benin the mid
dle of September, to be received In au
dience by Kmperor William previous to
his return tn Washington. It was
thought desirable that the ambassador
be at his post during tho concluding
weeks of the presidential campaign.
Baroness von Sternburg tnts after.
noon received the following telegram
from Kmperor W illiam:
"I am deeply nhaken by the unex
pected news of the passing away of
your husband, nnd t desire to express
to you my heartfelt sympathy. I lose
In him a valuable friend and a distin
guished diplomatist, who has rendered
Important service to me and the Fath
erland, and whom It will be .nost riiffl
clt to replace. May Ood give you, In
your great grief, His heavenly consola
tion. WlLHfCLM."
Berlin, Aug. 54. -The foreign office.
upon receiving a telegram from Hnldel
herg, announing the death there of
Baron Speck von Sternburg. the fSer
msn ambassador to the 1'ntted States,
sent a cable dispatch to Count Her
mann von Hatzfeldt-Wlldenburg, the
Ovman charge d'affaires at Washing
ton, Instructing him to Inform Presi
dent Boosevelt that the question of a
successor to the baron probably would
pot be settled until Prince von Buelow,
the Imperial chancellor, saw the emp
eror, which might not he until the sec
ond week In September. Various diplo
matic changes In prospect are to be
gazetted In October, and among them
prohably will be a successor to the
baron at Washington.
W00DMONT CASINO
Incorporation Papers to Bo
Filed To-day In $10,000
Company.
TO ERECT NEW CLUBHOUSE
Special Concerts by Second Iteglment
Band nnd Fireworks Ex
' travBRana.
Will fin to Hartford September 23 on
11:15 Train.
Acting on a letter received from the
committee of Hartford officials who.
have charge of the return same and
entertainment with the New Haven of
ficials the local committee held a meet.
Ing yesterday morning and arranged
for special cars to go to Hartford on
September 22 on the 11:15 train. The
big time us has been previously ' an
nounced will he held at Lake Com
pouncc. A theater party at Hartford
In the evening will follow.
Tennis, Baseball 'and Amateur
Theatrlcnls to He Pro
vided for.
At a meeting held in Wnodmont
last night the final steps were taken
toward the Incorporating of the
Woodmonl Casino company, and the
papers will bo tiled in Hartford to
day. The company will be Incorpor
ated for $10,000 and a large amount
of tho stock has already been sub
scribed for by residents of Woodmont.
The purpose of the company Is to
erect a clubhouse In which amateur
theatrical performances can be held
and various parties enjoyed. There
will also be grounds for tennis and
golf, and provisions will be made for
a baseblll diamond.
The Incorporators of the company
are Levi C. Gilbert, of New Haven;
Senator William Kennedy, of Nauga
tuck: Dennis T. Walsh, of Ansonta; K.
B. Little, of Woodmont: K, C. Coan,
(if Uatcrbtiry; Franklin Chapln, of
Greenwich, N. v.; Samuel Hoyt, of
New Haven; W. S. Beebe, of New
Haven, and J. 8. Metealf, of
York.
All the amusement glory at Savin
Rock will be centered at the White
City to-morrow when German day
will have the boards. Every arrange
ment possible has been made to make
the affair one of rare wholesome en
joyment. A great amount of expense has been
gone to for the purpose of providing
Just what appeals to the German peo
ple. The Second Heglmont bund,
Frank Klchtl, leader, will be on hand
both afternoon and evening, and will
give two splendid concerts. In addi
tion special singers have been engaged
who will be a surprise when heard.
Also the Hermann's Sohnes' chorus
will be heard, Fur this special re
hearsals have been held and tho sing
ing will be a treat to all.
A glorious affair will be the fire
works extravaganza. Manager Speck
has certainly gone the limit on this,
and a splendid exhibition of pyrotech
nics will be witnessed.
There Is also to be a German wel
ding. Mr. Speck, himself. ha. this up
his sleeve. He's not saying much
about It, 'but declares It will boi.a tine
novelty. In fact, he says last years
German day will not be In It with this.
New
Marine Record.
I0T fir XEW HU EX.
ARRIVKT).
Sell Hatlle and Kmnia, Wlltes,
New
Loudon.
Sell Atlas, Hawkins. Ainboy.
Sell Weybassett, farter, N. V.
Seh Kmperor, Phillips. Anihoy.
Sfh Annie Booth, St. .lolirt, N. R.
Sell Luura C. Hall, (Br.) Hall, St. John
N. H,
Seh 1'iescllla, (Br.) Miller, St. John, N.
It.
C'LKABUn.
Seh Antelope, Knowlton, N, Y.
Fen Horutin. Hotarord,
Seh Annie Kllen. Palmer, New london.
Seh Flyaway, Hurtled, Ainboy.
Seh Nautilus, Beeves.
Seh Stella and Maud, Kalrchlld, Rock
away. Seh Pilot, Olsen. Oreenpnrt, L. I.
BRIEF MENTION.
High water to-day at 10:15 p. m.
Next Monday evening there will 'be
a whist held for the .benefit of St. Ag
nes' chapel. The Uev. Kdward Pownes
of Mllford will be In charge. The
chapel people have paid $2,000 of the
debt and wish to pay another $1,000
this summer.
Another candidate for the demo
cratic nomination for registrar of
vital statistics, a place made vacant
by the death of James J. Carr, Is
John W. Coogan of the Ninth ward.
Henry Jarrett, Jr., son of Henry
Jarrett of Court street, arrived In this
city Sunday from Narragansett Pier,
Mr. Jarrett Is touring New England In
his automobile, and Is on his way to
New York city with several local
friends for a trip to the White mountains.
at r .aw Jr MTiiHMnu m
PERSONAL NOTES
Frederick C. Hull nnd wife ot West
Chapel street start Wednesday for
Maine, to be gone two weeks. From
Boston they will use the trolley lines
along the Maine const to Portland,
stopping over nights en route. It makes
a picturesque and Interesting outing.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey of Merlden. who
have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har
ry Merwin of Woodmont for a week,
leave today for a visit. In New York.
iMr. and Mrs. Howard Frisble and
child of Burton street, Wsterhtiry,
were guests of .Mr, and i.Mrs. Wooding
of St. John street over Sunday.
The KM You Have Always
Jn Use For Over 30 Years.
THC OfHTHUB COMPANY, TT MUSS TStT, Nrl VOSS CITY.
.f,m:hvi, miummxr xkws.
New York. Aug. 24. Arrived: Steam
er Ytlieln, Bremen.
Lizard. Aug. 2.1. Passed: Steamer
CiineMHlaii. Philadelphia fur Hamburg.
Gibraltar. Aug. 23. Passed; Steamer
Hues 1 leg 1 1 Ahrnzzl. Genoa and Na
ples for New York.
Glasgow, Aug. 23. Arrived: Stamers
Grampian.
Montreal. Auk. 24 California, New
York; l.uuretlan, Boston.
Trieste, Aug. 24. Arrived: Steamer
Slavnnla. Nw Vork.
Liverpool. Aug. 24. Arrived: Cymric,
Boston, via Queenstown.
Shields, Aua;. 21. Sailed: Steamer
Ottawa. New Orleans.
Cherbourg, Aug. 22. Sailed: Steamer
St. Paul, (from Southampton) New
York.
llasgow. Auk. 23. Palled: Steamer
Ionian, Montreal.
Gibraltar. Aug. 23. Passd: Pteamera
Argentina. New YOrk for Naples; Ven
ire, cle. Veneris, Marselles for New
Ynrk.
ri-ireelona. Auk. 19. Arrived: Steam
er Montevideo. New York via Cadiz
for Genoa. , .
Trlste. AUK. 21. Arrived: Steamer
Martha Washington. New York and
Boston via Nanles and Tatras.
Hover, Aug. 24 Arrived: Steamer
Finland. New York for Flndand (and
proeeefled.)
Choihoiirg. Aug. 24. Arrived:
Steamer Kaiser Wllhelm IT. New York'
via Plymouth for Bremen (and pro
eeeded.) ,
Hamburg. -Auk. 24. Arrived: Pteamer
Blneeher. New York via Plymouth and
Cherbourg.
Plymouth. Aug. 24. Sailed: Steamer
Pennsylvania (from Harburg and
Rnnlogne) New York.
Sellly, Aug. 24. Passed:
Mesaba, New York for London
Bremen. Auk. 23. Arrived:
Bulow. New York.
Cherhonrg. Aug. 24.Palled:
Barharossa, New York.
Antwerp. Aug. 23. Sailed:
Vlrelnlan. Montreal.
Montreal. Aug. 24 Arrived: Steamers
Hesperian. Glasgow; Iiake Michigan,
London and Antwerp.
Steamer
Steamer
Steamer
Steamer
nr.w i.oxnox marine: note.
New l-ondnn, Aug. 24. Arrived : Tug
Bnhert Robinson, two barges from the
west.
Sailed: Steamer Bay City, light bound
west,
Ah, That's Good!
The Banta Brothers of Bishop street,
a team of four performers on muslcalj
instruments in vauneviue, commenced
a forty weeks' engagement Aug, 1, and
are playing this week In Jersey City.
They will play In the eastern states,
ending the tour In Kansas City.
Mrs. J. H. Hitchcock of 22 Cottage
street and son, Fred, go tomorrow to
Lee, Mass., for a vllt of a week.
STEAM HEATING.
We are equipped to install Steam, Hot Water or Hot Air
HEATERS
;?or Stores, Offices or Dwellings, with full guarantees.
John R. Sheldon of 135 Edward
street returned Saturday from u two
weeks' sailing crumlse to .Marblehead,
Mass., having visiting a number of
other places en route. There were six
young men in the party, three of whom
were the Balrd brothers of this city.
W. IT. Carter, esq., editor of the
Jacksonville, Fla Metropolis, was In
town over Sunday visiting friends.
The Metropolis Is a live, progressive
newspaper In Florida, having a large
circulation all over the state.
Saturday afternoon a mall wagon
driven by Theodore Tlbhals of Mll
ford was struck by a trolley car at the
crossing In the woods Just below Bur-
well's 'beach. The hack end of the
wagon ' was smashed, both wheels
broken and the horse thrown down.
Mr. Tlbhals was severely shaken up.
but will be able to resume his duties
In a few days.
A mother who is in good physical
condition transmits to her child the
blessing of a poorl constitution;
sickly, ailin? mot hers, the reverse.
The tiny lwibe brings to her a liv
ing responsibility. At such a time
too great care cannot be taken to
build up tho mother's general con
stitution, and restore her feminine
system to a healthy, normal con
dition. The greatest assistance that
any woman can have in accomplish
ing this all-important work is
LYDIAE.FINKHAr.TS
VEGETABLE COMPOUND
Mrs. M. (lilmer, of West Union,
S. ('., writes to Mrs. Pinkham,
Lynn, Mass.
"I was irreatW run down In health,
j auffering from a weakness peculiar to
my sex. 1 hepan to taue i.yaia, t
Pi'nkham's Vegetable Compound, and
I was not only restored to health but
am the proud' mother of a fine, baby
girl. I wish every sick and ailinif
woman would give f,ydia E. Pinkham'a
vetretable lompouud a trim.
Mrs. Paul Oliver, of St. Martin
ville, 1a., writes to Mrs. Pmkhams
" For years I anffawl from the worst
form of female troubles, and tho doctor
itaid I could not. pet well without an
operation. Lydin. R. Pinkham'a Vege
table Compound restored me. to perfect
health, and I have the sweetest little
bahv trirl. I will never cease to
prafse Lvdia F. Pinkhara'a medicine.'
FACTS FOR SICK' WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia h. Jink
hain's Vegetable ComiKiund, made
from roots nwl herb?, has been the
standard remedy for female ills
and has positively cured thousands o
women who have oeen trouoiea win
the worst forms. Wbv don't yr
try it?
TRAVELERS' GUJBe'. 1
flew York
iew Haven
& Hartford
JUNG 3T, 100.
For New York '4:15, '4:411, ;.
'6:62, t:bi, H.U, 8:u0, x8;10, 8,4&
!;3i, iu:ao a. m.,1 2:0.1, 12:06, IILao.
4:36, 5:01, 6:36, 6;40, ':0l, Mv!
1:03, 'IU, S;10I :01. ;Ju. n
m. Sundaya '4:16. M:46, z1.iL
1:30 a. m 13:00, 1:6I, 3:03, a.oi.
4:36, 6;01, 'xgilO, 7;0. 7;6C
8:t, :i!U p. m.
For Waahlaftoa via Harlem Rlvtr
1:00 p. m., U:00, night, dally.
For Boatoa via Hartford aad Willi,
mamic n:o8 a. m 4:0I p. ro.
Vor Boatoa via Now l.oadoa aad
Providence '3:20, 3 :61. ?;4i, '11.4l,
a. m. 13.06, '113:40, '3:6, '4:30, '4.66,
118:40, 7:U6, p. m. Bundaya tM,
1:61 a. in., 13:06, 2:6, '4.66, 'VM.
p. m,
for llootea via prlagflrld 1:10,
11:16, a. m., '1:47, '6:44, p. in. Bund) a
1:10 a. nr., i;47, 6:44 p. m.
Per Hartford, SprlnKflelrt, Etc. 'LIU,
x4:u0, b:36, 7:46, '10:03, 11:11, a. m,
xl:u0, 1:47, 3:10, 4:03, x6:00, '6:41,
Jib. 7:10, tto Hartford), xS:10, 10:11,
U:00 p. m. Sundays 1:10, it.Oi,
xli:46, a. m., 'l?, '6:30. 6:44, 7:1U,
x:10, xlt:20 p. n. .
For Nw ladoa, Kte. '2:2), 'I'M,
7:47, 11:13, '1111:40 a. m. 13:06,
1:05, uo fciaybrook Junction i
H'.t'l? 9.Kt 4...CL ...... .... 1.
II-."-, .va, u.vu, l.VU IU ntltfrVUH i
Junction), 4:2J. '4:66, 6:16, :i3, U
fiaybrook), i6.40, 'T;u6, 6:16, to Uuu
ford, ((Sat, to Saybrook), 10.00 p. m.
Hundaya 2:20. 3:61, 8:62 a m 12;0i,
a:&s, '4:66, :06 p. m,
For Mlddletona, Wllllmaatle, Kto.
7:36 a. tn.. 12:t8. t.la. n. m. 8unitsva
7::o p. in.
For Nnelborao Fall. K(c-7:44 a. in.
12:20 (to New Hartford), 4:01, o:U6, p.
m. (to Weil Hold).
For Watcrburr 6:48. (via Nuuatue.l
Junction), :uu, 8:3u, 9:32, a. m. 2:36.
:4U, 7:40, 11:40, p. in. Sundaya 8:26, .
11:16 a. m., 6:46. 8:61 p. m.
For Wlnoled 0:48. (via Naugatuck
Junction), 8:33 u. in., 2:36, 6:45, 7:40 p.
m. Sundaya 8:26 a. in., 4:46 p. m.
. Knr lltlcflcld aad latrrmrdlafe Polala
6:66, (via Bridgeport), 9:32 a, m.
a2:00, 4:06 p. m. Sundaya 8:V6 a. m.
Fr Mtfhfteld 0:32 a. nr., a3:00, 14:06.
6:10 (except Saturdaya), p. in. Bun-
days, 8:06 a. m.
Kxpre trains xUocal express.
Ilf'arlor car limited. sSaturdays.
av. a. Bienu, a. b. snim
Gen, supf. U. rasa. Act.
JEVIiLRS
Have You the Rhht Time?
We are ronipetent fo edenn and re
pair Hie most complicated move
ments. All our work Is done thor
oughly and by experienced 'work men,
Don't wnlt until your watch refuses
to run before having It cleaned nnd
adjusted, and freshly oiled.
oeWiiV?
v - w - -
Veil Pins.
Waist Sets.
Belt Buckles.
fas Chacil Strut, nsw haven, ot
VSL New Haven Una
I ,7 T. rnnKRW vork, thk
j8"ffillffll rUnXOUTH AND VVCST
2Mr FARES RF.UUCED.
.iviHTtt UILIIAIIU I'ECK.
From New Haven Luave. Bella Dock
dally, except Monday!,. 1:00 a m.i 1
Sundaya 4:30 p. m. . ...
From New York Leave Fler 22, Kast
River, near Catherine at., week dy,
2:45 p. m.; Sundaya, 2:30 a. m.;foot a'a.t
22d at., week daya, 2:00 p. m.i Sunday.,
10:)0 a. m. Time between New Haven
and New York about five lioura.
Tickets and stateroom m Bishop A
Co.'a, '185 Orange .treat, also at Belli
Dock and on Ot earner.
EO. C. ULACK. Agent, New Haven,
F. C. COLE V. A. G. P. A.. New Tork.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
NIAGARA FALLS & TORONTO
1 PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
$35.00 TOUR $35.00
Five-days trip, accommodations at
the tine International Hotel, .Saturday,
Aug. 29th.
AUTUMNAL TOUR. TO THE
WHITE MOUNTAINS
$20.00 COST $20.00
Six-days' trip, accommodations at
the flue Sinclair Hotel, Bethlehem.
Sept. 16th. A
. hook your names tor inese toursj
now.
OTHER TOURS THIS SEASON
Block Island, Aug. 29 $11
White Mountains, Aug. 3 1 ....... $2 1
' Atlantic City, Aug. 31. $22 to $20
Saratoga, Sept, i $15to$19
For , descriptive circular and tickets
135-137
TEMPLE ST.
HIGH-CLASS
' GERMAN RESTAURANT. ,
Imported Beera a Specialty,
rtna'ness Men's Noon Lunch 50 Cents.
A. D. BF.LTj .Proprietor
VkrIl-LUy-ljr'iiSJMtra
BEFOHE DKtiUINO CALL AND ISLE Ol'Jt 10XHI11ITION.
THE COE & COLEMAN CO., 970 Chapel St.
MtH'XT TOM Excriisiox.
Tlie excurslnn to Mount. Tom on
Thursday, next bIi mid appeal strongly
to those who are devoted to picturesque
scenery. No presentation of natural
beauty can be finer than that which
lies directly under the eye nf the ex
cursionists at this Ideal resort. Tlie
sale of tickets has been extremely
large, and to those contemplating going
It would be wise to purchase at once
aj undoubtedly the supply will be ex
hausted befoie tin-' morning of the ex
cursion. See "ad." in today's It-sue.
Meaning the cherry bisque
and maple fresh pecan ICE
CREAM we sent broadcast
throughout New Haven on
Sunday.
Order it any day treat
yourself and your family at
dinner to-day.
Half a hundred other kinds of
Ice Creams and Ices are made
by Harris-Hart,
No Frozen Desserts
Like Ours
THE HARRIS HART CO.
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161 TO lfi CHUKCH 8TKEKT. .
RESTAURANT.
Luneherm. 1F:80 unt!" 2 o'eloek.
ORCHRSTRA EVENINGS.
Service a la Carta.
LOUIS MKTZUER CATERING!. CO.
New Tontine Hotel
Our 60c. Business tlen'l Lunch In
cludes Rellr.h, Soup, Fish, Entree,
Roast, Vegetables Salads In Season,
Hessert and Tea, Coffee or Milk.
There's none better In New Haven.
Served from 12 m. to 2 p. m.
GEO. T., WHITE. Prop.
WATCH
REPAIRING.
Expert Work.
From the simple time
piece to the most com
plicated split second
and minutfc repeater.
Let us examine your
watch. We will name
price and guarantee
perfect satisfaction.
857-859 Chapel St.
Established in 1843.
HANDY' S NEW HOTEL
DAVENPORT
4JHEKICAN and EUKOPKAN PLAN,
CAFE A LA CARTE. .
MUSIC EVENINGS. B TO IS.
Corner Orange and Court Street,
TELEPHONE 12".
call on
The
Recreation Tourist
1SB ORAKOF. iTRKET
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Campngnle Generdle I rnnintlantlqun.
nirie l.lnrt tn HAVRE PARIS. Fr&ncA
Sailing every THURSDAV, 10 a. m.
From I'ier 42. North River,
New York.
La Touraln ..Aug. 27
La- Oascogne ..Sept, 3
La frovence Sept. ID
La Lorraine 1 Sept. if
La Savole .Sept. 21
La Provence ..-..'..(jet. 1
Twln-ocrew ateamera.
EXTRA DEPARTl'HE.
S.S. "Chicago'' (new) Sept. 5, noon.
Eecond and third class only.
General Agency, 10 State Street,. N. Y.
Apply to French Line, 19 State St., N. T.
or Sweezny & Kelacy. 102 Church 8t,
Ulahop 4 Co., 188 Orange St. ,
Parish & Co.. 3 Oranse SL ?
MONTUAK STEAMBOU CO. '$ LINE
Between New London, Conn., end
Grrrnprrt, Shelter laland and gnu
Hnrhor, Luna; latand.
Steamer Nantaskot leavea New Lon
don week daya 10 a. m., 4 p. m. Leavea
Sag Harbor 8 a. m., 12:20 p. nu
Hotel Garde
Opposite Union Depot,
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
Connecticut's Largest Hotel.
Dinner 12-2:15. B0 Cents.
COX'S SURF HOUSE
SAVIN ROCK. ,
Choice Shore Dinners
and Meals a la Carte.
Only resort on shore carrying
full line automobile supplies.
Tel. 2857-3. John Coi. Prop.
Starin's N. Y. &N.H. Line.
DAILY EXCKPT SATURDAY.
PABSENUlCB AND FREIGHT SERVICH
Leave. New Haven 9:00 p. m Start'
Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leave
New Tork 9:00 p. m., Cortlandt Btreer,
Pier No. 12, N. R. Faro 75e excursion
ticket $1.26. Rooma 11. Tike Chap
el Street car. to Brewery street
C. IL FISHER. Ajaent,
, Now Haven. Conn.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN
London Pnrla Hamburg.
teutachl'd.Aug. 27 P. Lincoln Aug. 29
GlhrnUnr Neples Genoa.
Hamburg. Sept. 15 I Moltke .Oct. 2
Deutsrhlond o Hair Keb. .
Office. 45 B'war. N. V or any local agt.
St. Lawrence's New
KILL'S HOMESTEAD.
Formerly Quiniilplac-Aiisantavvne.
TELEPHONE 9304-2.
LOG CABINS FOB RKJiT.
Rocky Top, tt. C'arniel.
For unadulterated enjoyment hire
log cabin on Rocky Top. Air always
cool flavored with pine trees outlook
beautiful, pure water, fine farm sup
plies. Trolley to foot of mountain, easy
i'ide or walk to summit. Rental wek
Or month. Only two left. Mra. A.
Wldman. Tt!. 5273-12.
HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE
Twin Screw Passenger Service
NEW YORK ROTTERDAM via BOU
LOGNE, i
Rtatendam. Sept. 1. IRotterdam.Sept.lS.
Noordam, Sept. 8. N. Ams dam,Sep.22
Holland-America Line, 39 B'war! N. Yi
Or Local Agent
DENY STRIKE IS PLANNED.
Report That Motor Drivers Are Going
Out Is Discredited Here,
Members of the Brotherhood of Loco
motive Engineers yesterday denied the
report that the motor drivers on the
trains between Stamford and New York
were planning a strike in the event
that their wages were lowered. They
say that the motor drivers could taka
no action without the sanction of th
Brotherhood.
It was currently reported here that
the New Haven road and the New '
York Central were to act Jointly In re
ducing the pay.

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