Newspaper Page Text
THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, . THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1908.
11 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. LIVERY AND SALES BTABLKH. t.EOIU.K F. CHiri'K 1S3-1SS Lon merce st. Clipping by, electricity. Telephone connection. New llavon, Conn. It I It It & CO., IMC 17(1 TniPl Hacks. Coupes, 'Busnos and Uvery of all descriptions. Telephone 820. Open day and night. , ENTERPRISE STAHLES F. M. Palm. er, prop., boarding, Livery and l'eed Ktabliis. Automobiles to Rent. Open day and night. 1J8 Crown street HowAnir avb. '"'rriirvA Lynch, prop., Hacks. Coupes. Livery & Bale Bt h bits. Carriage for all occa sions. 910 Howard ave. rhone 1843-13. printers. VAN DYCK Jt CO. 9(H Grand avenue, Commercial Job Printing, Hook Bind ing, etc. It It li anything In tlie print ing line 'phone or call on us. RIDING AM) DRIVING HOUSE. furnished rooms. One cent a word for each Insertion, or Ave cen i n a word for seven times. TWO sunny rooms, single or together; uulul lie IB n no inood. I waveriy. i s3 7t WE MAKE a specially ot Schooling Paddle Horses. Horse trained for Lai)l3p use by a woman. Feltl & Mulloy, 151 Bradley St, 'Phone 2028-3. LARGE, pleasant, nicely furnished rooms near toilet ana oam. wu'inu heat and gaa. Two rooms can be used tor light. nouncKoeping. Airs, is., i'u Olive street. "3 it Finsr.tLASS locomobile for ront at reasonable rate. I. Kinney and Bon, ilverymen, 850 Congress avenue. ONE PA I a of black gelds and one rail' of while gelds, and one black driving niHre. George P. Rolf Bale and Ex change stable., 103 Grand avenue, New Haven, Conn HARRY. E. DARROW 177 Front St. Host care given to Boarders, Hacks, Carlages, Wagon and blunt Livery. Kxpresslng done. 'Phone 2337. LABOR AGEI.T& W. J. HAVENS & CO. 278 Water Street. Have your lawns and trees trimmed by contract Wi will keep" your yard In perfect ti'lnY at a reasonable rata per month. ; - Call or prion us. . Note the number. ' MAGNETICTUEATMEiT M. II. UOLL AD AY Specialty of nerve and stomach . diseases. 169 W. 84th t., New York. New Haven Fridays, to 6 p. m., 805 Dlxwell hve. Tel 784-1. MARINE ENGINES & IIAROiVARE. FOIl SALE A four horsepower Mlanius motor. But slightly used. $U0. Com- olete. The Marine Engine) and Hard ware Co;J 26 EifH, West Haven. 'Phone. MEN'S CLOTHING. OR a saod wearing suit at a reason hln nrlon flex Rallih Mlldona. 170 Congress avenue. A large assortment ot BIECHANICAL. MICHAEL F. CAMPRELL Consulting i- Machinist, 308 First Nat. Bk. Uldg. Power Plants Designed and Installed. Gas Producers.; Gas Engines. MEmCAL PIMPLES. Blackheads. lied. Oily Skin, all Skin Blemishes, and all Skin and Blood Diseases Treated.' Tatoo Mark and Birth Marks KcmoveJ, Doctor Olm sled, 818 Chapel at.. Room 25. t ,; MEN'S AND LADIES' CLOTHING k. MILLER 63 Washington ove.; Mens i, and LMaieg -naming ui greauy re duced prices. Men's 'Trousers 8125 up, Ladles SKirts ii.m up.. - MOULDINGS. II. KISSINGER Picture Frames and Wall Mouldings Corner Hill ana Whitney streets, New Ltlttvon, Cotin. , . ,, MOTORS. THE FOSTER MOTOR CO. will hereaft cr be removed from 81 Crown struc 65-57 hast Ferry street, foot of Far ron avenue. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. U. OVIATT & SONS Management of Real Estate, 82 Church St.. 'Now Haven, Conn, THE CHARLTON Elegant rooms, gas, bath, electric liglita, Htcam neat, iiw rates. Transient accommodations, iui Crown street, near Cliurcli. Ju23 If, CHARLES R. SPIEGELi-Real . estate and Insurance. Notary publlo. Koom 211, Exchange building, 805 Chapel Btreet. Telephone 1401-4. FOR RENT Flat of six rooms, with attic room: all improvements; to be rented from August 1, I9fl8. Apply to .tames u, Aicuiinn, ftiauoy ouuaing. WELLINGTON I It IV, Real Estate and Loans. Property cared tor. Koom 14, 82 Church street, Ivjw Haven, conn. Telephone, NEW HOUSE FOR SALE. Modern One famllv house. 67 Everltt street, bet range; gas range; parquetry floors and hardwood finish, win De nntsnei Aug. 15. Lot 50x157 feet. Inquire of Mr. Frank Fogarty. 400 Howard ave nue. RIDING SCHOOL. OEHTEL RIDING SCHOOL, Boarding Stables. 27 Cottage, near Whitney ave, Phone 27U6-12. Instruction In Hiding. Special attention laities ana ennarea Horses trained to saddle. RIG WORKS. OLD CARPETS and Pictures Cleaned and made Into Beautiful Fluff Rugs Call for Samples and Estimates. N. H. Kug works. 9 pearl street. saw shop. NOW is the time to Have your Lawn Mower sharpened. Phone zbO -o. We will call and do it right. J. W. Cot teral, HUS Dlxwell avenue. STAR GASOLINE ENGINES, WALTER H. CLINTON 34-80 Elm at.. W .Haven. Royal and Hartford marine engines, Wesllnghouse dynamos and motors. Automooiie, raacnine wont. SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS. POLITICAL Banners, Transparencies, Flags, Gold Lettering, Glass Sign, Cloth Sale Signs, Real Estate Signs, Wa uons Lettered. Tablet Signs for Hoc tors and Lawyers. In fact, anything you want In Sign line. Charles it. l'lill lips, b2S Chapel street SVPERI'LIOI'S ILVIR. Sl'PERFLVOl'S hair, moles, Improver!, painless electrolysis la the only guar auteed permanent cure. No scars treatment SI: 11 years' graduate sue clallst, Mrs. Pr. Ulmelead, 818 Chapel street, Room 25. m thur sat SEWING MACHINES. FOR RENT. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a woi1 for seven times, SIX pleasant rooms each, Hist and see oiul floor, two-family house, 41 Or chard street, "near VS'lnchester's shop, close to Dlxwell avenue trolley line, Call ut 308 Dlxwell avenue, s3tf Fl HMHIIED ROOMS FOR RENT A large alcove room, suitable tor cou ple ur two gentlemen, with running water, steam heat, also very nlc snidller rooms. Terms reasonable. 65'J Cliapul street. si 7t LOST AND FOCND One cent a word for each Insertion, or flva cents a wrd for seven times. FOI'.MI September 3, Connecticut Co., cars, city and suburban lines; apply Lost and Found Department, olllcu building, cor. Chapel and State streets: Lunch Tiox, two umbrellas, shoe brush, pin, baby slippers, gloves, package of tutti-frutti. HANDSOME driving mare, 0 years old, guaranteed sound, Kind ami geime, also a rubber tired runabout mid a phaeton carriage, inquire a uowe street. l FOP Nil September 2, N. Y., N. H. & H. railroad trains, on lines terminating ot New Haven: a mil v Station Agent, I'nlon Station: Three umbrellas, two packages, house plans. Goon, cheap, horse, wagon and har ness. 148,00. ,912 State slreel, s8 2t VERY nicely furnished front parlor bed room. First nuor, wun running wa ter on sume floor. Also furnished rooms from $160 up, single or double, Telephone, 3306-14, 117 Park street. Eli 11 SEVERAL very desirable furnlKhed rooms, In private house, centrally lo cated; heat, gas, good bath room. 401 Crown street. st 3t 181 PI'TN AM, corner Howard avenue. 12.00 per week. Hath. ' auii a LAIIGE airy furnlnhed rooms with or wltiiout table board, home cnoKing. 131 Dwlght Btreet. au25 tf VERY pleasant front room with alcove. suitable lor two gentlemen, nam room on same door. Terms reasonable. Lyn wood place. au24 tf NICELY furnished rooms, running wa ter; Phone. 11,50 and up. 117 J'iu k street. aulStf NICELY furnished alcove front room. suitable tor two; all conveniences, 2S014 Kim street, near York. aulS 111 FLAT WANTED. One cent a word for ea h insertion, ur flvo cents a word for even times. MOliEIIN flat, In good location, by ouiig couple wun child seven years. Price must be reasonable. Steady ten ants. Ten years In present place. Rest references given and required. Apply Truman, tills otnee. sa it STORES EOR RENT. One cent a word for each Insertion, or flva vents a word tor seven limes. MOST magnificently furnished front rooms to rent, bi Dlxwell avenue, near Lako place Call evenings or Sundays, 31 tf SEVEN-HOOM Hat, nil modern Improve ments, inquire 23 l'.dwards or laji Chapel. au31 7t LOST A pair of gold spectacles on Whalley avenue, west or urowneu street.- Reward If .returned to 'A. W. Minor, No. 493 Rdgewood avenue. SO 81 SYLVAN avenue. Four rooms in good repair. 811. Frederick M. Ward. F,x- chango building, SU5 Chapel street. au,u ill TVtO now rents, all Improvements; sat range; furnace. Savin Rock. Rent, JI0, US. . fall 154 Park strl, Went Haven. au28 7t FOR RENT. 43 Clinton avenue, first floor, live rooms and one- on third floor. Second floor, six rooms and two on third floor. .Modern Improvements; steam neat. Inquire Do Clinton avenue; upper bell. au28 7t TWO pleasant unfurnished rooms, suit able lor llgnt huutiekec ping. 11.50 per wtek. T. R., Care Journal-Courier. auzi tt FOR RENT. Barn for two horses tr uutotiKilills garage. 105 Church street, West Haven. auilS 7t FOR RENT. Flat, six rooms, all lm proniiients, 195 Gone street. au25 7t AT SAtIN ROCK, furnished cottage lor rent, one minute to trolley, grove, stores and shore. Very reasonable for uauiiue ol seuHon. Vino loitug . Ward street, 'Savin Rock. 'Pnono 9432- au24 7t NEW eight-room apartment (second floor) Hardwood ilnlsheu, eveiy con veiiluiice. Telephone 2152-6. 9 to 10 a. m. t to 8 p. in. 413 Wiuthrop ava nue. Adults. References. , au4 Tt FOR RENT Three Rood stores in cen ter of city. Inquire il. Apscl, 909 Grand aveuue. J IS tfa JJIJLDOEJlSE One cent a word for each insertion, or live cents a word for seven times, WANTED A lease of store on Chapel street or Church street near Chapel. Address A. B. C, this ofllce. au24 4t OjVRiElW ViASTED One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. ItELLEY'S SEWING MACHINE STORE 030 Chapel at., is tno place to buy a good machine. Como and Join our Sow ing Machine club. Tel. connections. STENOGRAPHERS. OXY-ACELTELENE WELDING. OXY-CAHBI CO. Cast Iron, Semi-Steel, ; Soft Steel Copper and Brass. Any breaks that no one else can repair, bring to us. 17 Webster street. PAINTING AND PA l'EIll I A N G I N G. HID furnished on all Jots. Tainting, Paperhangliig and Interior Decorat ing. Faints,, .Brushes and Wall Paper. S G. Grlllo, 645 Grand av. Phone 15ul-4 R. 11. & A. II. KINNEY Room 21, 82 ClniTch street. Have your letters written whilo you wait. We will tako tliciu down ou the muchlne as you read them 10 us. Satisfaction guaranteed 'at reasonable prices. WHEN, your stenographer takes her vacation, why not secure the services of an experienced substitute? Refer ences. Luuy R. Austin, Room 7, Hi Church street. 'Phone 824-3. Jy7 tf BOtRDERS WANTED Tabltf honrd, home cooking; central; two dlrlng rooms; also nu-al ticget. noil, 28 Grove street, aul9 tf TAIILE boarders wanted. Home cook ing. 25 Whalley avenue. nul8 tf WANTED Table boarders; something to eat all tho time. Home cooking. Good scrvlc-e. Everything right. Prijo re isonnblc. Nil ft said. Mia, W. E. Ford, ii Court Btreet, city. Jy30 tts CENTRAL four-room apartment, sot range, mudeiil Improveineuls. 535 btaie btreet. Ward, t9 Church street, au20 7t ltRNlljrl()lSETO LEASE. one (.ei.i a wuiu ;or vault Ihboiuuu, ur Uva tents a wold tor seven times. It A II E OPPORTIMTY Owner going abroad Mill lease luriilahed Iiou.ie, large urouiids, tennis court, stable, hall block Iroin trolley and poatolllce, Adilruss 2ii3 Center street. Went Haven Phono 9291-2. . si. CLAIRVOYANTS, PAUIIST, ETC. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word tor acven times. r i.AIRVOt ANT M ASSAGE Relieves pain, .gives rest. People sufTerlnK with rheumatism, also tlios In pour health, will And relief. Strictly busi ness. Confidential. Address Clairvoy ant, Courier ome. ' ultf MISS MAUD c, SPIEGEI Typewriting and. Stenography. Room 211, Ex change building, 805 Chapel street. Tel ephone 1404-4. OPTICIANS. KYE-GLASS CLEANEH, FREE. Coma and get one. It cleans a glass liko malc. R. N. Johnquesl. Reltacting Optician, 82S Chapel street. Telephone 1404-14. PAINTERS AND DECORATORS. ' : 'i III. RAIKETON 440 Congress avenue, House Painting, Paper Hunglng and Hardwood Finishing. First class work done, at reasonable prices. 'Phone. F. n'ANOREA 675 Oak St., Tainting and Paperhaneing. All work given my personal bupefvlslon. Prices rea sonable. Estimates furnished. 'Phone. H. KANNEGIESSKR 51 Sylvan ave., , Decorating, Sign and House Painting. Paper 'Hanging. Reasonable Prices. Large forceT of skilled workmen. PUliLIO STORAGE, PACKING. E. E. RICHARD 18 Garden st. Pack ing and Shipping. General Forward ing Agent. ' Best Storehouse In the CUy Xor Household Goods, Low rates. PLUMBING AND HEATING. GEORGE H. YAKDLEY 687 Chapel street, Plumbing, Gas - Fitting, Tin, Sheet Copper ana Iron Work. Steam and Hot Water Healing. 'Phone 1002-0. SCHOOL OF DANCLNG. open Winter and Summer. . Private or Class lessons. All the new dances taught correctly. I'rof. Rlcclo's School of Dancing, Cor. State and Court sta. JSKING One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. DRESSMAKING Firm-class dressmak ing; ladles' suits; shirt waists, etc. Prices reusonaoic. zi l'-ogewooa ave. SAND BLASTING. CO A THE SPEURY CO A Specialty of Cleaning Stone and Presned Brick Buildings. Paints Removed from Stone, Wood and Iron. Room 413, Malley Bldg. eiuo Patchelrler, who died yesterday nt the nge of 83, will be 'held at fie mortuary chapel of Lewis & MaycooU, 1110 Chapel street, to-morrow after noon at 1:30 o'clock. Interment will be In Bethany. DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Office of the Town Clerk. ,OST Small memorandum hook, con taining a weekly time record of about forty name. Suitable reward upon re turn to M. B., Journal-Courier. s3 It LOST Monday evening, August 81, on Dwlght. Chapel, Park or tiirn street, gold eye glasses. Return to UK I'ark or 169 onve street. ni LOST Pair of glasses on Rheltnn avo nue car, or on Dlxwell, Charles or Orchard streets. Return to 865 Orchard. S2 It LOST. On Stat street, between Orand avenue and Court street, two Water man a fountain pens. Liberal reward If returned to owner. H. B. Johnson, 411 State street. . ' s2 3t LEGAL NOTICES.' District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court. September 2. 1908, ESTATE OF JOHN K. MEALY, of New Haven, In said District, an incapable person. The Conservator having made writ ten application for an order authorizing ami empowering nun to sen ana vn- vey certain real estate of said incapa ble person, as by said" application on Die In this Court more luity appears It Ih . ' ORDERF.D. That .said application he heard and determined at a Court of Probate to he held at New Haven, in said District, on the 8th day .of Sep temher. 1908, at ten o clock In the fore noon, and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be given by publishing this order three times in some newspaper Having a cir culation in said District. By the Court. JOHN L. QILSON, :) 3t Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Trohate Court. September 2. 1908, ESTATK OF LAURA D. LINDSLET, lute of New Haven,. In said District deceased. The Court of Prohato for the Dis trict of New Haven hath limited and appointed six months f rom . the dale hereof for the nredllors of said deceas ed to bring In their claims against said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate pay ment to . ' C. PURDY LtNDSLET, 37 Elm Street, New Hnven, Conn f3 3t Executor. JOJRJSAXE. One cent word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. PIANO, upright, mahogany, only Stool, scurf and aeiivereu. i ) im' of 85 monthly taken. Address B. C., Courier oltlce. au3l !t FOR SALE An established I'mcii room; good location. Address i. i. Sweeney, 633 Slate street. au27 7t i FOR SALE 9x12 axmlnster rugs,, such as you pay 130 for everywhere; come and get them for 110.50. 417 htHia s'.raat, cor. Court. au24 7t WAXIT.D. Onu cant a word for eacli Insertion, or flva cams a word fur seven time. THE BOOTH IH SINESS SCHOOL Open . for the year Tuesday, September 1, 198. Isaac Pitman stenography. Day ami evening bchMoms. catalogue. au22 14t HELP WANTED MALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. wanted. Laborers for atreet work. Apply to superintendent on job, at Chapel ami East streets. Rudolph S. Bloine Co. Bi! 2t iOING MEN i, Are you prepared to take advantage of opportunities for advancement? If not, call and see ua. Connect lout Business university, 18s Church atreet, Tel. 1452-3. 1 7t FOR SALE Conny six-room house; Im provements; barn, fruit and 126 feel from trolley, and two blocks from post nfilce, in West Haven. Can be bought cheap, as owner Intends leaving town. Address Phillip Royson, care of Jour nal-courier, auii oi. FOR SALE One Mathushek upright plan and one Mnnou & Hamlin organ for vale cheap. Mr. L. Ross, No, 400 State street. Jyl7 tf GOOD organ; $10. street. , Clinton, 83 Church JyUtt UPRIGHT pianos, Church street. $75. Clinton, 32 Jyotf CUICKERINQ concert grand; (7i. CI I a- ton, 83 Church street, iJJU CARRIAGES and wagons, all kinds. Come and take thorn away. 1'. SI. Fowler, 1460 Whalley. Telephone. in 2 tt AUCTION SALE. One com word for eacn insertion, or five oenta a word for seven times. AUdlON SALE R. B. Mallory. Auc tioneer and Apprauter, 1123 ChapeL 'Phone 2460. Residence 434 Edge- wood Ave. 'Phone 2481-2. Household bale a specialty. ' r. n. MALLORY, Auctioneer, sella at 41 Artlzan street tnuar Grand avenue) Friday 2 p. m. Farlor Suit, dosk, din lug tuble, chairs, chiffoniers, bureaus, iron bedsteads, carpets, chamber suits, tubles, range, stove, rerrlgorutor, etc. s32t AUCTION SALE L Uostwluk, BUC tioneer and appraiser, 45 Oranga. Telephone 1524-12. Jy20 60t James M. 45 feet. Quit rinlmR. David h. Woolson t Woolson, Sherman avenue, Emlllo M. Lepolt to Oulsrppe Ama to et tix., Market street, 33 feet . Charles R. Cory to Alfred H. Cory Dewltt atreet, 27 1-2 feet. Isartnre W. Reanlk to Charles H Stlllson, Ptate street. Lomas & Nettleton to Harriet Mnllett, Whalley avenue110 feet., T. STOVE REPAIRS. JERRY FRYER 104 Sylvan avenus Stove repairs furnished for any stovr, made, and tlrst-class work done. 1 re paired over 600 stoves last year. If you need a stronger recommend, 1 will fur nish it. SIGN PAINTER. SIGNS ox Bvory Description. Watson Lettering a Specially. Show Cards and cloth signs. Clifford Hunting, 166 Grand ave. 'Phone 383. THE NATIONAL SUIT PRESSING CO REDUCTION! Suits pressed, 860. The National Suit Pressing uo., 63 Church street, opposite postothce. Telephone 1472-2. Fred GolUbaum, Mgr. THE ELTON RESTAURANT. A GOOD Place to Eat. Regular dinner, 26c. Regular supper. 25c. Special or ders a la carte at all hours. F. J. Leon urd, 373 Slate street. HULL & COSTELLO 21 Elm street, West Haven; plumbers and Tinners. Oe.B and Sleam Fitting. Hot Air and Hot Water Heating. Sneet Metal Worn. J. W. SULLXVAN Main St., East Haven; Plumbing, Gas and Sleam Fitting. Estimates furnished. Jobbing work given special attention. ROBERT W. LATTIN 807 Whalley avenue; Plumbing, Healing, Lighting, Tin and Slieet Metal Work. EstlmaUs given. Tel. 1378-4. JOSEPH J. KENNEDY 7 Humphrey square. Estimates lurnlshed on San itary PUimblng, Heating and Tinning. General Jobbing and Repairing. Phone. j. J .HOGAN 972 State .St., .Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter. Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work. Jobbing. Work done at reasonable prices. 'Phone. TINNING AND HEATING. O. M. EUGERLEY A CO. 529 State st. Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Workers Furnace, Stove and Range work. Roof ing, etc. Telephone. CinjTICE lTm.tr HEARING OS ESTIMATES The Board of Finance of the city of New Haven will hold a public hearing in the Aklermanlc ennmner, noom ji, C'ltv Hall, on Friday evening. Septem ber' 4, 190S, at 7:30 p. m., at which time the estimated expenses suniineii the several departments of the city gov ernment for inoo will be considered. All persons Interested are requested to appear and he heard thereon. Per order, BOARD OF FINANCE. JAMES J. DKV1NE.. s2 3t City Clerk. OBITUARY NOTES. Rlrhnrd English. The death occurred yesterday nnon at his residence, 1,2-30 State street, of Richard English, an employe of the W. R. A. Co,. Mr. English leaves a wife, four daughters and one brother, They are Mrs. Charles Logan, Mrs. D. F. Hlckey, the Misses May and, Anna Engll3h. The brother, James English, resides in New York. The funeral ser vices will take place Friday from 1,230 State street at S : 30 o'clock and at 9 o'clock from St. Joseph's church, where a requiem high mass will lie celebrated. Interment, will be In St, Lawrence cemetery. Slsk Bros, "will have charge of the arrangements. TREE SPRAYER. J. H. FROST, JR. & CO 966 Grand ave.; spray trees by a new process, which positively exterminates all pests. 'Phone 1303-16, or write lor estimates. TAILORS.' JOHNSON & KALLGHEN Up-to-date talofs. We don't make cheap clothes. We make good clothes cheap. We can prove It. Koom 404, Y. M. C. A. big. Tel. UMBRELLA MAN I" PA CT V R.ER. JPST ARRIVED Full line of Suit Cases and Travelers' Goods. Latest styles Umbrellas and Parasols In stock or to order. A. Miller. 416 State et. UPHOLSTERERS. MARTIN & CO. 122 East Pearl, rear Shoe Store. Plumbing, Heating and Gas Fitting done. Bids furnished. Spe cial attention to Jobbing and Repair. PHOTOGRAPHERS. W. W. FILLET 840 Chapel street. A perfect likeness assured when we do your work. One trial will conviii':i you. Prices reasonable. A. CAL1ENNO Park st.'and Howard ave. Furniture of all kinds repaired and reflnlshed. 1 Park Bt. 'Phone 6J5U7-B. WOOD TURNING. Mrs. Ellznhr-th Norlh. The funeral services for the . late Mrs. Elizabeth North will be held from the residence of her son, John C. North, 64 Cold Spring street, this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Warranty Deeds. Moorhead & Donnelly to Mary "A. Hendryx, Canner street, 45 feet, Eibenejier Cory to Alfred H. Cory, Dewltt street, 27 1-2 feet. John A. Bidder, et ux to Sarah A. Clark, Newhall street, 34 feet. District of New Haven, ss.. Probate Court, v . August 31, 1908. ESTATE OF LEONARD BRADLEY, late of New Haven, In said District, deceased. ' The executor having made written application for an order authorizing and empowering him to sell and con vrv certain real estate of said deceased as by mild application on (lie In this court more fully appears, It Is ORDERED. That said application be he:ird and determined at a Court ot Probate to be held nt New Haven, In said district, on the 8th day of Septem ber. 1908. nt 10 o'clock In the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendency of paid application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be given J, v publishing this order three times In seme newspaper having a circulation In said district. By the court, JOHN I OII50N, Clerk. s2 8t ' REAL ESTATE POR SALE. One cent a word for each insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. WANTED Jones' Select Employment Agency. 23 Cliurcli mraet. lelenhoaa 2363. Connecticut's Lurm-st Airenov. male and female help supplied for nier cuullle and ilomuHiiu service for any. und all kinds ut work. Sent anywhere. WANTED FOR U. 8. ARMY Able bod- led unmarried mon. between 18 ajid 36; clilitcna of the Unliod States; ot good character and temperate habits,' who cun speak, ruud and write English., Apply Recruiting Olttcar, 890 Uiapol siiuel, New Haven; 760 Main atreoUl Hurtford; 1022 Main street, Bridgeport;! 108 Bank street, Watorbury. Jyl lyr , jjmjAjnoNjy One cent a word for eacli Insertion, or Uva cuius a word lor seven Uuiaa. EXPERIENCED bartender, reliable,' good mixer. Hotel ur cafe. . Good! relerunces. Address, li. Mulcroras, 40' Cherry street, Watorbury, Conn.; or,i 4 Church street, Room 6, New Havan,j Conn, 1 71 1 HELP WANTED FEMALE. ' I One com a word for vacb. Insertion, . or live cenii a word for aevon lime. , r f WANTED Monday morning, competent) German or Swedish girl tor general, housework. References required. 6 L week. No washing or Ironing. Call' 597 Washington avenue, West Haven. S3 3t . Yoi'NG LA DIES i Are you prepared la lake advantage of opportunities for advancement? If not call and see us. Connecticut Bubinuss University, 1311 Church Street. Tel. 1462-8. si 7t ' WANTED. All good help should call here. We supply all the bast places and always need largo numbers. Slee man's Reliable Employment ' Agenor, 703 Chupul. Open evenings.- nil4 it Ouo cent a word tor each Insertion, or Ave cent a word for seven times. WANTED Competent cook, wishes sit Uttlion. Cull 133 Greene street. . a3 It FOR SALE Two-family, house on Wlnthrop avenue, 86,60). H. D. C, this omco. b2 4t LARGEST, handsomest, and best Bltu aled two-family liou.ie on Livingston street, $11,000. Philip Hugo's Bona. 8iiu Chapel street. au27 7t FINE,V large, new, one-family house on Livingston street, oetween uannor n l Cold Snrlng streets, 111,000. Philip Hugo's Sous, 805 Chapel street. au27 Tt H0JtUDJESJlJRA WANTED Two-family house In second or third wards, about 13,600. A. It. G., this office. i 82 4t US-137 Mortirngrs, Kate J. Hyde to Natlondl Ravings bank, Sherman avenue, 40 feet, $200. Michael Rahl et ux. to Oliver S. White, trustee, Rrlstol street, 30 feet, $200. John A. Bidder et uv. to Sarah A. Clark, Newhall street, 34 feet, $1,000. Joseph AUston to Matilda J. Mon roe, Winter street, 35 feet, $200 . James M. Woolson to Starr H. Rar nitm, Sherman avenue, 45 feet. $1,000. Still mnn H. Rice to Oeorge E. Hod son, Lombard street, 75 feet, $200. m TEMPLE ST. HIGH-CLASS GERMAN RESTAURANT. Imported Beers a Specialty. Riis'iicss Men's Noon Lunch 60 Cent A. D. BELL...... ..Proprietor rprtlflnflte of Attachment. David Flelschner vs. Abraham Car funkel et ux., Lafayette street, 35 feet, $100. Building Permits. A. M. E. Zlon church, trick church, Dlxwell avenue and Charles street, $25,000. Maria Boyle, frame dwelling, two family, Columbus avenue. Herman Qlnsherg, 232 W'ooster street, frame open shed. FAIR HAVEN NEWS (Continued from Fifth Page.) i-. 151 TO 160 CHURCH ST HE NT. RESTAURANT. Luncheon. 1F80 until 2 o'ctook. ORCHESTRA EVENINGS. Service a la Carte. LOUIS METZOER CATKRINO CO. New Tontine Hotel Our 60e. Business Men's Lunch In clude. Rellch. Soup, Fish, Entree, Roast, Vegetables Salads in Season, Dessert and Tea, Coffee or Milk, There's none better In New Haven Served from 12 m. to 8 p. m. GEO. T. WHITE. Prop. HANDY'S NEW HOTEL DAVENPORT AMERICAN una WKoriiAa ruAfi, CAFE A HA CARTB. MUSIC EVENINGS, fl TO tf. Corner Ornngo and Court Street. TELEPHONE 12H. Tames Fltsernlrl. . .The funeral of the late James Fitz gerald took place from his residence, 10' Olive street, "yesterday morning at 8:30 o'clock, "a requiem high mass be ing celebrated later at St. Mary's church. Interment was In St. Ber nard cemoiery. Lorenzo RntrhpUler. Funeral services for the late Lor- C'EDAH cord wood delivered 8 s wanted, stage cnlumna, railings and ballua trades. Fence, clothes, hitching and arbor posts of cedar and chestnut. Elm wood- a specialty. All kinds of harl wood o.ll. M. Etzel Sons, 101 Pair mount avenue. The expense Incident to Funeral ser vice is many times a heavy burden, oc curring as It often does unexpectedly and after long periods of Illness. It Is our desire to be known ns considerate in our charges, and especially thought ful of the ninny cares and responsibili ties which we must necessarily assume on such occasions. GRAHAM A II YES, 101(0 C Impel Street. member. The presentation was made by the president, Mrs. Ellen Meeker. The house was prettily decorated with golden rod and asters. A handsome arch hung over the table, and on the table stood two candles made !n a mold that was a hundred years old, limiting one think of olden-times. A bountiful lunch was served, after which all were Invited out on the lawn where a group picture was 'akn. A nice poem was composed and read bv Mis" Lela Bylngton of Guilford. Among those present were Mrs. Ellen Meeker. Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. Richmond, Mrs. Cottrell, Mrs. Llnsley, Mrs. Strickland, Mrs. Herrlck, Mrs, Gill son, Mrs. Hand, Mrs. Cram, all belong ing to the W. C. T. Um No. 'I. Those from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Downs of Westvllle, Mrs. Addle KMg of Hartford, Luclen Beers, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bylngton and Miss Lela Bylngton, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shepard, Mrs J. Loveday, and ths Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Tullar. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas' many friends will wish them many more returns of their anniversary. Hotel Garde , Opposite Union Depot, NEW HAVEN, CONN. Connecticut's Largest Hotel. - Dinner 12-3:15. 50 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 Cox, Prop, IlIJOSTATJ One cent a word for each insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven times. WANTED. One-family house In slxlh or seventh wards. About J,oO0. 11. M. W., this office. s2 4t REAL ESTATE EXCIIAXGFS One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. COMPETENT woman wants situation as cook In private family; good ref erences; apply to Mrs. U. F. Scales, 168 Dlxwell avenue. Tel. 1684-14. s3 7t MAN and wife wishes aJtuatl.ontogethc er; have references'; also good gen oral housework girl In small family. Apply ins Dixwcli avenue. Mrs. B. i Scalus. Tel. ltiM-14. s3 7t STENOGRAPHER with knowledge of bookkeeping desires position. Well educated. Experienced In private sec retary work. Address S. U. au31 7t SITUATION WANTED Colored 'wom 'un us cook In city, or general .House work, also woman wants luundry work at homo or will go out washing by tha duy. M., 154 ft Dlxwell avenue,' third. Hour. ault tr WANTED MALE AND FEMALE. One cent a word for each insertion, or live centa a word for seven times. A FIRST-CLASS firm wants a young man or woman to sell teas and col fees to fumlllcg. Many make good sal aries ut it. Address Clifton Tea und Coffee Co., 1466 Fulton street, Brook lyn, N. y. S3 It EXCHANGE Two-family hOUBe in 10th ward for place near wincnes- ter's.' Property worth $6,700. A. B. C, this office. 82 4t EXCHANGE. Two -family brick house in Fair Haven ta.OOO) for a one-Iam- ilv house on Btate street or in rale Haven. X. Y. Z., this office. s2 4t. FARMS FOR SALE. One,c1mTi'vvaHro1''a or five cents a word for seven times. IF YOU have a farm for sale, I have a number of purchasers ror it; or if you wish a farm for $5)0 up, on easy payments, senn ror a nee nsr. j-aui Russo, 639 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. au27 tf BUSINESS CHANCES. One eent a word for each insertion; or flva centa a word for seven tlmti SPLENDID opportunity fjr live man to secure a well estaonsnea ana proiua ble home bakery, business; one wagon, For particulars address Home Bakery, Journal-Courier office. aulit lit WANTED. Amateurs for the Amateur Convention. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week. $50.00 In prizes. Apply Temple Theater, Grove,, Savin ' Rock. ' s2 8t , AGJENSWANTED One cent a word for each insertion, or tlvo cents a word for seven times. AGENTS WANTED to sell tha celebrat ed Rogers silverware. Call Monday, between 1 and 6 p. in.. H. !. Wheeler, Davenport Hotel. , au31 It jLOArjvjEa One cent a word for each Insertion, . or five cents a word for Beven times. WANTED $1,600 on first mortgage, at 5 per cent. Address Mortgage, thia ofllce. 1 el7t ANNOUNCEMENTS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. FOR SALE Furnished room house. 151 Meadow street. Rooms always filled. Place can be Inspected any time. Par ties leavinjf town. Jy23 tf . "S W EET HEART DA YS "Afraid to Come Home In the Dark" and 10 other popular songs, with music, post paid for 10c. your money refunded If not sutlstled. Albert Brooks Music Co., 750 Home street, N. Y. a3 6t. JJOGS One cent a word ror each insertion, or flva cents a word for seven times. DOGS boarded and for sale. At stud prize winning Boston terrier, cham pion bred French bulldog. Reasonable fees. Vine Cottage, 22 Ward street, Savin Rock. 'Phone 9432-5. au24tf ANNOUNCEMENT Carriages and wagons repaired and painted to please you. F. M. Fowler, 1160 Whal ley. 'Telephone. m2 tf ANNOUNCEMENT Sleeman's Reliable Employment Agency, 763 Chapel st, established 20 years, Largest, best In the state. Best male and female' help for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Tel, 2322. St. Lawrence's New HILL'S HOMESTEAD. Formerly Qulnnlplac-Ansantawae. TF.T.T.PHONE 9304.2. LOG CABINS FOR RENT. Rocky Top, Ml. Carmel. For unadulterated enjoyment hire a log cabin on Rocky Top. Air always col flavored with pine trees outlook beautiful, pure water, fine farm sup plies. Trolley to foot of mountain, easy ride or walk to summit. Rental w,sek or month. Only two left. Mrs, A. Wldman. Tel. 6273-12. i MEDICAL. One cent a word for each Insertion, or flve cents a word for seven times. MARY J. WRIGHT, M. D., 27 High street, returns September 1. Dr. Wright treats all diseases and Is the best known clairvoyant In the state. Your ailments located without asking questions: twenty-six years in New H-iven If In trouble or doubt regard ing events or people, advice will be given through the doctor. Clear c)alr vovant vision. Graduate of Hahne mann college. Consultation $1. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR can be Removed on Treatment, and the Roots of the Hair Destroyed Gradually. Mrs. H. K. Chamberlain, 93S Chapel street, oppo site Trinity church. Telephone 157. u id FOLDING MATTRESS. One cent a word for each insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven times. , FOLDING MATTRESS. Cotton's "Kno tuff" felt matlress. Makes "lying easy" and gives rest to the honest man. Can't sag. Can't get hard. Easy to roll as a rug. 75 Goffe street. Tel. 1492. AUTOMOBILES. One cent a word for each Insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven times. AUTOMOBILES bought and aold. Have . no , on hand In fine condi tion, touring and runabout cars. Com and make your wife and children hap py while you can. F. M. Fowler, 1460 1