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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER B, .1908.
13 Musicon the Machias. ! Ir i E3 When tho roiinoetliMit Nnvnl Mlllt 1u go aboard llio gunboat Mnclilns again the iilrasnro of their crnlHO will be incrousrd n hundred-fold by the acquisition of a now Sterling l'laycr-I'lnno, which linn broil delivered by us on bonrd tho warship. Tlio Sterling Playcr-l'lnno wus selected In preference to any other Instrument of Its type. FAIR HAVEN NEWS Early Morning Workers Have to Make a Sprint Nearly All Local Clergy Back from Their Vacation. The N. Sonnenberg Piano Co. j Telephone 878-2. . 801 Chapel Street. ,GUNS AND AMMUNITION OF THE BEST QUALITY. Edison Phonographs and Records! Victor Talking Machines and Records A CHOICE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. POCKET CUTLERY OF THE BEST MAKES. Key Fitting, Knivet and Scissors Sharpened. JOHN E. BASSEST'3 GUN STORE, 5 Church St. There whs some sprint Inn In Knnl Chapel direct Just Wore 8 o'clock yes terday moriilns. A enr fully loaded with people who were HtilvInK to reach their employment nt 8 o'clock, wcro disappointed when tho trolley reached rophir street by the slnht of a enrt with two toiiH of coal disabled rlfiht ahead on tho truck. As there Was ft prospect of a lotis wait a stnrt wan mmlo on foot rind nt Knst street those In the van boarded a steamboat car, but tlio Hlow walkers were not ho for tunate, Hefore the second steamboat car had arrived, the cam ctnburRooii In Knot Chnpel street chitic along niid gathered up tho straRulors. It wan ft reminder that there would be greater troubles to come If the jrulley system should be tied up by a Htrlkc. be the last home game of the reason In thut section. Labor Day they piny the Morrla Covo team at Morris Covo In the morning game, starting at 10 o'clock. Cards have been received here an nouncing tho marriage of Robert Irv ing Ulakesloe, the well known grocer ut 4ft (Irnud avenue, to uMIss Martha Louise Hrown, daughter of MrH, Lucy A. Drown of Talcottsvllle. Thu cere ninny took place at. the home of the bride's mother on Wednesday and was u very quiet affair. After a short wed ding tour, Mr. and Mrs. Blakeslee will reside In Futr Haven. New University Garage. TWO ENTRANCES. 166-168 St. John Street. 121-123 Olive Street. Location of garage is excellent and central. Ask for "Corner of St. John and Olive Streets" and you are there. The building was bnllt expressly for an auto garage and auto factory. The gentleman in charge is an auto expert Full line of auto supplies. GARAGE NEVER CLOSED. 'PHONE 1087-2. Gardner E. Wheeler, Proprietor. Economy and Expedition in Printing Machine vs. Hind-Setting. , Wo aro equipped with the latest typesetting machinery In the world and can produce work at less cosrnnd.in shorter time than any other printer In Connecticut. In one machine we have ten different (all new) faces of type "fc'o printing too large, no Joh too small, to merit onr attention. GIVE US A TRIAL. The Mason Press. 893 State St., Opp. Journal-Courier. Tel. 1504-6. COYNE BROS. 250 Blatchlcy Ave. Concrete and Cement Walks, Floors, Drives, etc., Laid and Repaired. Roofing a Specialty. Brick and nag Walks Impaired. lei. .1328. Superior Work Guaranteed Now that tho baseball season Is on the wane the few remaining opportun ities of wltmsslng good baseball In this vicinity will bo eagerly avnllod of by the local fans. Good weather Is pre dicted for today and two good games ought to be In evidence. At the East Side diamond In Lexington avenue the first game will be heiven the Waver lys and the Red Rlvu j and this will be followed by a contest between the East Side club ami the East Have.i team. The East Haveners have a strong team and this will make a sharp contest. For the local team Puhl and Friedman will pitch and Sweeney will work behind the bat. The Sunday after, noon game on the same grounds will be played by the Earn Side team and the Elms. The Elms have not played In this vicinity, hut the home tam will put their best men In the field, so as not to be taken unawares. Last Sunday's game was witnessed by 8) people and with good weather there ought to be an equally large attend ance tomorrow. Algonquin Hill Climb Chicago, III., August 14, 1908. DRBIN' THIRTY-HORSE-POWER CAR WAS THE WINNER In Its clans, defeating iU nearest competitor two seconds in ft one-qiinrtor-mllo climb: also defeat ing the following 40 to 00 II. P. cars: Cleveland, Hoick, Ktoddarrl-Dayton, I)liiiuond-T, Tlnchcr, Thomns-Dctrolt, Steurns, Wayne, four-cylinder cars; the Apperson Big Six, and equalled the time of a special built Knox, six cylinder racing car. The Corbln with its 30 II. P. DE LIVERED AT THE REAR WHEELS linn the speed and power on the level and will negotiate, the hills with the Mime case as the more expensive and lilglter-powered cars. ; Uiillt .of materials which are espe cially adapted, each for its use, and running on Imported annular Ball IJcurlngs, they are light, strong and Speedy the cor for you. Ask owners how they stand up in every -day use. The Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation. NEW BRITAIN, CONN. WESTYILLE. Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry Olivet of Poughkeepsle, N. Y spent Thursday with Miss Louise Rlcclo of Alden ave nue. ' Nearly all the local clergy have re turned from their vacation trips and will preach In th Ir own pulp! s on Sun. day. One of the local ministers yet to arrive Is Rev. II. E. Broun of Pilgrim church and Pruf. Bacon of Yale Divin ity school will supply n,s pulpit Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Brown are now In Chicago and will be In. Cleveland Monday and Tuesday, They are expect ed to arrive home next Thursday. At the Grand Avenue Congregational church Sunday morning, the pastor, Rev. Dr. Sneath, will preach. Dr. Snrath will go to Northford In the af ternoon and preach, tho dedicatory er mon at the new Congregational church, the service beginning nt 8 .o'clock, llev. C'hnrles O. Smith Is home from Ids va cation and will preach In the Grand Avenge Baptist church Sunday morn ing and evening. At the morning er vlce at 10:30, Mr. Smith will have f-.r the topic of his discourse, "Divine Goodness" and In the evening at 7:30 he will preach mi "The Eternal He deemer." , After the inornlng sermon there will be a reception of new mem bers and the Lord's supper At 6:15 p. in., the Christian Endeavor meeting, the society resinning Its weekly servli e It Is to bo a consecrntlon service and roll call and the meeting will be led by the president, Daniel Hatfield. The Tuesday evening prayer meeting at 7:45, led by the p.istor and the sub Ject will be "Our Mission Fields." The services at Christ church, East Haven, will be held at 4 p. in. Evening ser vices will be resumed nt St. James' P, E. church .on f unday. Rev: E. C. Tul lar will preach at East Pearl Street M K. churcn at 10;.W a. m. and 7:30 p. m W. F. Mansfield made a fine run In his motor boat down the harbor jes terdny. This boat Is driven by an eight Horse engine. The captain towed -a canoe down the harbor anil return" with a sharpie loaded with 1.10 bus' of oysters and the six mile run was made In 57 minutes, as timed by Cap tain George Bradley. Captain 'Manstleid did not have all the power on and cajiie. back against a head tide and consequently the pace was a good one. JUST. Fair Haven Is not very far back; In all respects she's up to date! Look at Policemen Cook and Mack , When Sheehan met untimely fate. I On that black night of murder foul, In bleak and lonesome vale, They stood where vile assassins prowl And landed both their men In Jail, Their conduct was not overlooked, For when tho commissioners met They were for honorable mention booked, ! And that's what they should get. ALBERT BRADLEY. DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Office of the Town Clerk. Qut Claims. Max Strauss to Abraham L. Starln, f t. al., Congress avenue, 213 1-2 feet. Edward Ford to Hannah McCarthy, Mill Itlver street, 25 feet. George Lowndes to Annette W. Junlver, View street, 241 feit. O. H. D. Fowler to Lucy F. Robin son, Oxford street. National Savings Bank to Magnus N Bush, Grand avenue, 25 feet. Wnrrnnty Deeds. Annette Junlver to George Lowndes, View street. 105 feet, ... Hannah "McCarthy to Joseph Dudas, et. ux.. Mill River street, 25 feet. Susan O'Meara to Antonla Dl Cust i, Washington avenue, 30 feet. Cornelius Fellowes, et. ux., to Al exander 8. Me.Wllllams, Conner street, 100 feet, Emily E. Dalley, et. al., to Christine A. Wilson, Crown street, :I5 feet. Charles W. Lowe to Jnm-s J. Hil'l gan, Flni street, 40 feet. Harriet E. Morse, et. al., to Anna M. F.arl, Woodward avenue, 48 feet; Woodward avenue, 150 feet. 0 REAMERY Butter Such purity Such richness Such fragrance Such delicacy of flavor that a special odor and germ-proof 1 package was originated to preserve all this extraordinary goodness for your table. . Packed nt Ihs creamery nnd nlwavs soli nt Ihe price of ordin ary butter thnt is uaunlly packed by thd dealer In the city, your grocer can 7 supply you trite us. DILLON and DOUGLASS, New Haven and Hartford, Conn.i Springfield, Mau.t Providence, R. I. The flutter so good that unusual methods of packing were devised to preserve its goodness OBITUARY NOTES. Mrs. Catherine Kelly. The death occurred jesterday after noon at the residence of her niece, Mrs. David Keefe, 375 Orchard street, of Mrs. Catherine Kelley, widow of John Kelly. The funeral will take plnee from 375 Orchard street to morrow afternoon at 1:30 o'clock and from St, Mary's church at 2 o'clock. Interment will be In fit. 'Lawrence cemetery. Mrs. Eliza It. Lewis. The funeral of the late Mrs. Eliza B. Lewis, widow of James ,H. Iwls, will take place from Christ church Monday morning at 10 o'clock. In terment will be at Norwich, this state. .Mortgages. .Magnus X. Bush to National sav ings Bank, Grand avenue, 25 leet; 11. 200. Annette W. Junlver to Georgo Lowndes, View street, 130 f-ct. Isaac and Meyer Cohen to Mary S. Holllster, Sylvan avenue, 50 feet; 12. 250. Christine A. Wilson to Emily K. Dalley, el. al, Crown street, .15 'eetj i,oo. George L. A. Earl, et. ux., to Har riet E. Morse, et..al.. Woodward ave nue, 4R feet; Woodward avenue, 1.10 feet; $1,000. James J. Halllgan to Lomas & Net lleton, Pine street, 40 feet; $3,500. Mr. Hammond and family mowd to-day from Alden avenue to Carmel street. The Edgewoods vs. the Washington Glee club will play on the West Rock grounds this ofternopn. A very fine game Is expected as Poppenxmith wUl be In the box for the Edgea-noda a ad Mulligan will play for the Washington Glee club. Our Business. WE SELL electric motors, dynamos, lumps, wire, electrical supplies of all liiuls. WE MAKE switchboards, panel bourds, electric signs, soeciul electrical Oc vices. WE INSTALL complete lighting and power plunts, freight elevators, stor age batteries, telephones uud signalling system WE REPAIR electrical appuratus ol all kinds and contract to inspect and nutintulii such nppurutus for a fixed kiiin per mouth or per year. Can wo servo you In any wa?? The Pierson & Dean Co. TELEPHONE H52-15. 144 Orange Street, New Haven, Coun. The death of Mrs. 'Harriett Trues dale occurred at the New Haven hos pital Thursday night. Mrs. Truesdalc had been sick about twelve weeks, suffering from gallstones. She' wan the wife of Virgil B. Trnesdale and leaves to mourn her loss four children, two daughters, Clara and' Maud and two sons, Louis and Lucius, The fu neral senicps will be held this after noon at her late residence on Wlllard street. Interment will be in the Westvllle cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. William Lansing; of Alden avenue are the proud parents of a ten-pound baby girl. . "Comfort Without xtravaoanck.' HOTEL WOODSTOCK 1 W.43R-5T.oHSNEWY0RS if IJtjl Bi Ijf '& n ft "ft ' Em v Ik iiii slip "NEW TWELVE 6TORY FIRE PROOF TRANSIENT HOTEL EUROPEAN PLAN MU8IO CUIET AND IN THE HEART , OF - THING-j Rooms with running water,$i.bo anu ur With bath, $? and up. suited, $5 and ui Write for particulars, wire for reservations, our expense. W. H. VALIQUETTE, m ANAOEP. ALSO THE BERWICK. Rutland, vt. E. C. Ball Is transplanting tw0 yeat' old oysters from the harbor to his grounds Just above Grhnd avenue drawbridge. This planting on that ground Is -an experiment. Very good oysters are taken up from this ground and planted down the harbor, but the reverse has seldom been tried and the rvperlment will be watched with Interest. Mrs, Manvllle, formerly matron at the Home For the Friendless, who has visited here for a few days, started on her return to her home In Franklin, Pa., yesterday afternoon. The lowest, temperature in many a week, was recorded In this aectlon yes terday morning when the mercury went down to 4$, but the rlso came rapidly as the day advanced and the weather was very comfortable. Jacob Wilbur has sold to Antonio Mlgnone 16S feet of land at Lighthouse Point Terrace. The services at Grace P. E. church Sunday will be: Morning prayer and sermon at 10:30, evening prayer with sermon at 7;30. The rector, Rev. George A. Alcott,' will ofTlclate and the full vested choir will be In attendance. The Sunday school will, resume Its session at 12:15 and all members are asked, to be present at the opening session. Dr. E. M. C. Hall of Grand avenue has returned from Chicago, where he attended the convention of the Frater nal Benefit lengue. He was accom panied by his son, Harry hall, and the latter left Chicago on Thursday by the Santa Fe route for Clareinont, Cal., where' he will enter his freshman 'year In Pomona college. Next year he may enter Yale, but has. not yet. decided. Lease. ' William J. Atwater to Onlseppn nmato and Anlbale Ouldlel, store at 3 Atwater block for one year from Sep tember 1, 1008. : 4 Alignment of Mortgage. Simon Persky to Max Straus, land, :ew Haven. Mrs. John Hartley. The funeral services of the late Mrs. John Hartley were held from the CTiurch of the Sacred Heart at 9 o'clock, where a requiem high mass was sung for the repose of her soul by the Rev. Father Reagan. Resides leaving a husband, three sisters and two brothers survlvo her. A. large number of relatives and friends from out of town were present to pay their last sad tribute. Many beautiful flor al pieces attested the love and es teem In which she was held. Among them was a beautiful pillow from her husband Inscribed "Wife," standing cross from sinters and brothers, wreath from nieces, and a spray from Miss Bertha McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rourke, Mrs. W. Eaton. Mr. W. G. ano Viola poollttle, Mr, and Mrs. Trueland, Miss Anna Collins, M. Delmer, K. Spelss, R. (fllroy and a lare standing wreath from the girls of the Seamless Rubber company. The pallbearers were Walter Fltapatrlck, Andrew Gaffney, Frank Smith and John Flanagan. The floral bearers were John Buyers, and Harry Farrell, Interment was In St. Lawrence cemetery, where Cox & Henae had charge. member for over -twenty years. The pallbearers were Patrick J. English, Charles Friend, Joxeph Logan, Thom- bj Coffey. John Cgil. Michael St. John, Interment was In St. Lawrence cemetery. qfJ'3$Si Marine Record. POUT or XEW HAVBJf. ARRIVED. Sell Steven Tabor. I't. Jefferson, Tug Uulley. six barges, New York. SAILED. C. ft Sir. Iris, New London. Str.Annle L. Wilcox, Mystic. Sell Ji. K. Carlton, Bangor, for Stam- Seh Sllverheel. New York, for Rock land. Seh Talumah, New York, to Bangor. Hch Back Shermnn, New York, in tow of Tug Bulley. XEW EMPLOYMENT AGEXCY. Mrs. L. II. Patterson, formerly with the West Haven Employment Agency has opened an office at 93 William street, West Haven, where she la ready to do business. Mrs. Patterson has had considerable experience In thla line. , HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. C3-I37 :Wi TEMFLBST. Cnne flane. N. F.. Sept. 4. Steamer Cvinrle, Uverpool and Queenstown, for Boston. In communication with the Mnreonl station here when 9.10 miles east r Huston light at 10 a. m. iiniifii N. H.. Sent. 4. Arrived: Ptr. Blberlnn, Glasgow and Liverpool via St, Johns. N. !., for Philadelphia. ' Knxtnet. Sent. 4. Steamer Campania from New York for Queenstown and Liverpool. 140 miles west at T:R. a. m Will nrobaWy reach Queenstown - at 0 p. in. Queenstown. Sent. 4. Arrived: fltr. Celile, New York for Liverpool (and proceeded i. Sailed: Steamer Arable (from Llver pooD. New York. Nnples. Sept. 4. Arrived: Steamer Konlg Albert, New York via Gibraltar for Genoa (snd proceeded). Hamburg. Sent. 3. Arrived: Steam ers Deutsehlaml. New York vln Ply mouth end Cherbourg; Graf Waldersee, New York. I Rotterdam, Sept. 4. Arrived: Stenm er Ryndnm. New York, vln Boulogne, ' Southampton, Sept. 4. Sailed: Steam er Knloerln August Victoria (from j lininliurgl. New Yerk v'n Cherbourg. j !.ls;,rd. Sept. 4. Steamer Phllnrtel- I ph la from New York for Plymouth. ; Cherbourg and Southampton. 203 miles ' west nt 2:15 p. m. Will probably reach ! Plvmnuth s. m. Saturday. Havre. Sept. 4. Arrived: Steamer T. Tnuralne. Vew Yerk. X. Fallen: ptesmer Building Penults. C. W Murdork, frame veranda, Whalley avenue, . Richard English. Funeral services for the late Rich ard English were held yesterday aft ernoon and were very largely attend ed. There were numerous floral pieces which were borne 'by John Hayes and Thomas Murray. There was a delega tion from Momauguln lodge, -Xo, l, A. O. V. W., of which 'the deceased was a James McLaughlin prlnr lne dl rlemonte (from Genoa) New ynrjt. New York. Sept. 4. Arrived: Steam er I.uefinln. Liverpool. Philadelphia. Sept. 4. Cleared: Ptr. Noordlnnd, Liverpool, ?15 STROCSE TRANSFERS INTEREST. . A unit claim deed was filed In the town clerk's office yesterday, by which Max Strouse transfers all his rights In the old Goodyear property at George and Church streets, to Si mon Persky and Abraham L, Starln The expense Ineldent to Funeral ser vice Is many times heavy burden, oc curring as It often does unexpectedly and after long periods of Illness. It It our desire to b known n considerate In our charges, and especially thought ful of the many cares and responsibili ties which we must necessarily assume on such occasions. ,rRAII AM A If AYES, 101(0 Cfispel Street. XKW T.OVDON MARWF) NOTES. New Tendon, Sept. 4. Sailed: Pchr. Bertha, for New York: tags Aries, with two barges bound east; Patience, with four bound west. ril.KS Ct'HF.n AT 1IOWF! BY NEW ABSORPTION METHOD. If you suffer from bleeding, itching, blind or protruding Piles, aend me your address, and I will tell you how to cure yourself at homo by the new ahsorp ilon treatment; and will also send some of this home treatment free for trial, with references frem your own local ity If requested. Immediate relief and permanent cure assured. Send no money, but teU others of this offer. Write to-day to Mrs. M, Summers, Box P, Notre Dame, Jnd. The frame work on the house which Is being built by G. Maycoek on the corner of Wlllard and McKlnley ave nue, was started Tuesday morning. HIGH-CLASS , GERMAN RESTAURANT. .1 Imported Beers a Specialty. Business Men's Noon Lunch 50 Ctenta, A. D. BELL Proprietor 151 TO 108 CHUKCH BTRBBT. RESTAURANT. Luncheon. IF: 10 until t o'olook. ORCHESTRA BVBimtOt. Berrlea a la Carta, LOUIS METZUEB CATKBINQ OCX New Tontine Hotel Our (0c. Bhaineae Men's Lunch in clude Relich, Soup. Flih, Entree, Roast, Vegetables Salads in Betson, Dessert end Tea, Coffee or Mtllc There'g none better in New Haven. Served from 12 m. to 2 p. m. GEO. T. WHITE, Prop. HANDY' S NEW HOTEL ; DAVENPORT AJ&EKICAN and ECROPEAX PIA& CAFE A LA CARTE. ' , MCBIO EVENINGS, TO II. Corner Orange and Court Street. TELEPHONE 131: - . Hotel Garde Opposite Union Depot; NEW HAVEN, CONN. Connecticut's Largest Hotel Dinner 12-9:15. 50 Cents. St. Lawrence's New , HILL'S HOMESTEAD, formerly Qulnnfplac-Ansantavrae. , TELEPHONE 9304-2. , LOO CABINS FOR RENT. . Rocky Top, Mt. Carmel. For unadulterated enjoyment hire a) log cabin on Rocky Top. Air. always cool flavored with pine trees outlook beautiful, pure water, flue farm sup piles. Trolley to foot of mountain, easy ride or walk to summit Rental weeis or month. Only two left - Mrs. - A. Wldman. Tel. 6273-13. 7xi' Special Announcement to Ladies! Reduced Prices for 1908-9 On Ladies' Custom Made Garments PARTLY EXPERIMENTAL VERDICT? Co. E, Sr. L. T. L., will hold their first meeting ' of - the season 'Monday, Sept. 7, at 8 p.. in., In the Swedish M. E. church, corner Grand avenue aiid East Pearl street. It will be expected that all officers and department super intendents will bring In their reports to be read. A number of applications are to be read. This afternoon the East Haven base ball tuam will cross bats, with the Stoddard & Gilbert team of New Ha ven in the East Haven green. The game is called for 3 o'clock and will RIDING HABITS These garments are all fitted in saddle side or astride We have just purchased a perfect horse (made of wood) that we utilize in the fitting and hang of our riding habits. That times tend to retrenchment in personal expenditures and often lead to unsatisfactory results has been demonstrated in the item of wear ing apparel. Ladies seek fine custom-made garments the cost at times deters their purchase. We propose this season to make an experiment. For fourteen years the name "DeVita" on a lady's costume street, reception or riding-habit has been a guarantee of the very highest possi ble perfection. This year we are going to try reduced prices cutting profit, holding materials and workmanship to the highest perfection, striving for larger trade. Does our proposition appeal to you, as a lady seeking the finest custom-made garments at prices that the fine ready-made command? Our efforts will be succer s ul if enough will give their trade. Come and see us before you buy. Our reduction in price will have agreeable surprise. L. D.eVita, Tel. 854 157 ORANGE ST.