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THE MORNING. JOURNAL-COURIER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1008.
FRANK P. SARGENT DIES SUDDENLY Commissioner-General of Im migration Dead in Wash ington from Bright' s Disease, LONG A LABOR LEADER Former Grand Muster of Urothorhood of Locomotive Firemen Ono of Labor's Mont Forceful Character. Washington, Sept. 4. Frank Plcrco Sargenr, commissioner general of Im migration, .for over sixteen years Grand Master of the Brotherhood of Loco motive Firemen, and ono of the most forceful characters In , the field of la bor, Immigration and allied questions, in the country, died at his apartments at the Manor House In this city today. lib was 54 years old. For many weeks a paralytic, the result of a fall while visiting In Shepherdstown, . Va. In July, he had shown much Improvement until Wednesday evening last, when -a sinking spell set In from which he never rallied. ,In accordance with his expressed "wish his body will be cre mated by a local undertaker following a brief funeral service next Sunday af ternoon.' Rev. Charles Holmead, as sistant rector of St. Paul's church will officiate. The death of the former leader and friend of organized labor, or whom It was said that no railroad magnate ever refused to eee him' while he was at the head-of the brotherhood was-a sur prise to the department of commerce and labor officials although they knew he had been seriously 111.- Secretary Straus was much affected and took Im- med.la.te ' steps for appropriate respects for the death of his former bureau head. Assistant Commissioner Lamed will continue as acting commissioner general until a permanent appointment Is made. While Mr. Sargent had sus tained three attacks of paralysis he had .suffered from Brtght's disease and Btomarh trouble and the former Is given as the Immediate cause of death. His fall and accompanying paralytic stroke at Shepherdstown occurred dur ing a vacation visit to his family there. He soon recovered sufficiently to come to this city, but had 'been al most steadily confined to his bed slnre. A sinking spell two nights ago caused the gravest concern and a con sultation of three physicians was held. Slowly what little strength was left was sappped away and the end came at 8 o'clock this morning. At the bed side were, his wife, formerly Miss Georgia. N. McCulloch of Saugus, Mass., his only daughter. Miss Mabel, and a sister, Mrs. D. I. Wagner of Philadelphia. 'Mr. Sargent was a native of East Orange, Vt. lie worked for a While in Kew England mills and" then, be cause of Impaired health, went to Ari zona,' where as a United States caval ryman he participated In the Apache Indian campaign and later began his railroad career as an engine wiper on the Southern Pacific railway. For five'years he fired engines on that sys tem':' '' In 1885 he began his tenure of office as head of the Order of Loco motive Firemen. He exerted every In fluence to avoid strikes and won the faith o'f both the railroad officials and the men' of his own organization. Pres Ide'rit McKlnley twice offered him of fice, first as a member of the In dustrial commission and later as di rector of the bureau of engraving and ' printing, but he declined both ten ders. He had served as the head of ,he government Immigration senvice since 1902 under appointment from President Roosevelt and he showed an enthusiastic, sympathetic. Interest In thevmany problems arising In that work. : Mr. Sargent was a republican, a member of the Eplsoopal church and belonged to the Masonic order, the Knights of Pythias, the Elks and the Ancient Order United Workmen. He weighed close to 2 BO pounds and "a Jovial disposition , was one of his marked characteristics. FIRST SHOT IN OHIO Hughes, ; Beverldge and Harris Open National Campaign To-day. Youngstown, 0., Sept; A. The repub lican campaign In OUrto- will be for mally opened In thtlt-' tomorrow with speeches by Governor' Harris, of Ohio; Governor Hughes, ?f New York, and Senator Beverldpe, rtf Indiana. Governor Harris will Mlscuss state Is sues, dealing largely with the liquor question, while1 Governor Hughes and Benator Beberldge will handle Issues Of the national campaign. A huge crowd Is assured at Wicks Park tomorrow for the steel nills, whtch form the chief industry of the city, closed tonight and will not re open until Monday night. Arthur I. Vorys, the Taft manager In Ohio, will act as chairman of the meetings. RACING ON THE SOUND Seneca Defeats .Ytuidnrbilt's Aurora and Five Other Yachts. New York, Sept, 4. The sloop Seneca, winner of last year's Canada cup, was the winner today from Cornelius Van derbllt's Aurora and five other yachts sailing in a mixed class, of the special cup offered by the Seawanhaka-C'orln thlan Yacht club of Oyster Hay, The Seneca won by 3 minutes 17 seconds. The Aurora beat the Avenger of Boston 68 seconds on corrected time and the Istalena by 3 minutes 40 seconds, The race was sailed over a 16 1-2 mile course on the sound, in a fresh breeze from f.he ' southward. The Hoosevelt memorial cup was won by G. E. Roose velt's Dahlnda. , TOOK POISON OX GREEN. A woman who refused to give her name .was arrested on the Central green early this morning, nfter an attempt to poison heraelf. Patrolman William O'Brien knocked 'be bottle out of her hand but Dr. Spelr, who was summoned, applied the stomach pump to remove any traces of lauda "'m. The woman will recover. .'MR. BRYAN'S TRIBUTE Speaks Fr-rllnirly of Death of His Old Friend, Mr. Troup, Lincoln, NPh Sept. 4. N'ewn of the death of Alexander Troup was brought to the attention of Mr, Bryan Just as ho waa preparing for bed and ho Im mediately sent a telegram to Mrs, Troup expresHing his great sympathy and sorrow. Mr, Hryan said: "Mr, Troup whs one of my closest personal and political friends. No one has been more loyal In his support or more unceasing In his labors during the last twelve years, He was an Ideal citizen In public and In private life, devoted to every good and un selfishly Interested In his country and In his fellow men, His death Is a great grief to me and a great loss to our party," ' HEIRS DISCOVERED Two Groups Found to Keep Estate from Escheating. . After searching for heirs to the es tate of Robert Write, late of Orange, since his death February 21, 1504, claims were filed yesterday afternoon in the probnto court that, this appar ently heirless deceased hns saveral heirs remote from this part of the Innd. Papers filed yesterday by ex-Judga Cleveland, and by Attorney Mathew Reynolds allege that two separate and distinct sets of relatives are living, one in Xcw Orleans, and the other in San gamond county, 111. Lucius Hall has been administrator In the estate and after traveling over a large part of the country he failed to And any heirs, and It was thought that the estate, valued at IS.noa, would escheat to the stne. The atorneys In the case have asked that the court hold a hearing for as certainment of heirs. It will be held some day the latter part of next week. Accompanying the papers Is a very large deposition from Sangamond coun ty, II., taken before the master In chan cery there. It sets forth evidence In support of the claims of residents there to be the heirs of the late White.' LILLEY HOSPITABLE Says He's Willing to Have Lake Share New Haven House Rooms With Him. WOODRUFF HAS CORNER Hartford Tarty Announces That Headquarters Will Be at the Tontine. Its Hartford, Sept. 4. Hon. George L. Lilley was Interviewed this evening aB to the statement telegraphed from this city this afternoon to th that Lieut. Gov. Lake was unable '.o get any rooms at the New Haven house at the time of the convention next week. Mr. Lilley said that the house had been engaged by friends of Governor Woodruff, but as there was more room than they might need he was himself reasonably sure of two sleeping rooms, a bath and a parbr for headquarters. He would be ?lad to give Mr. Lake one of the bedrooms and to have him share the yarlor and receive delegates there with him. Mr. Lilley said he had secured some rooms In the neighborhood of the hotel and he was willing to let Mr. Lake have half of these also. The following Is a' copy of the let ter sent to each delegate to the repub lican state convention by the members of the Hartford delegation to the con vention. "Dear Sir: "To prevent any misapprehension or Inconvenience that may arise by rea son of the headquarters of all can,1i da'tes for governor of the state of Con necticut having been In pre .'Ions years at the New Haven house, we desire to notify you that owing to the New IH ven house having been entlr"ly engag ed two years ago In the Interest of one of the other candidates for governor, the headquarters of Lieut, 'iov. Lake during the .convention will bo at the Tontine hotel, No. 149 Church street, 'It had been hoped until to-day th.it for the convenience of delegates and in the Interest of fair play we would be able to secure at least sutllclent ac commodations "to permit Lieut. Gov. Lake to meet the delegates at the cus tomary place, but we have been un able to secure this concession from tho parties in control, and consequently his headquarters will be at tho Ton tine hotel, as above stated. ' "The undersigned members of the Hartford delegation will likewise make their headquarters at the Ton tine hotel, on behalf of Lieut. Gov. Lake and ourselves, we desire to ex tend to all a most cordial Invitation to call and meet the lieutenant governor at Room No. 46, Tontine hotel. 'Tours very truly, "EDWARD W. HOOKER, ' "JOSEPH L. BARBOUR, "EDWARD J. GAR VAN, "WILLIAM E. SALL, "NORMAND F. ALLEN, "ANTONIO ANDRETTA, "FRED J. BLISS, "EDWARD L. STEELE, "THOMAS W. MORGAN, "HENRY S. ATWOOD, "Members of the Hartford delegation . to the State Convention., . "By E. J. GARVAN, Chairman." POLICE PURSUE "SUICIDE" Criminal Masquerades as Poor Widow nnd Solicits Alms. Mlddletown, N. Y., Sept. 4, "Bill" Monroe, for whom the police of two states have been searching for several weeks and who Is accused of having beaten nix members of the Deyo fam ily and burning their barn, was got trace of here today. Recently Monroe tried to make the police believe he had committed suicide by writing a letter to the postmaster to that effect and now he is masquerading as a poor widow and solicits alms from farmers. A farmer who knows Monroe, recog nized him today despite his clever dis guise and quickly notified the police. A. posse was formed and went In pur suit of the fugitive, but Munroe got away. PUBLIC HEARD AM rCTTMftTCO Garbage Question Overshadows All Other Topics When Peo ple Discuss With Board of Finance. DEMAND RELIEF AT ONCE Playground for Welch School the Only Other Matter That Got Much Attention from Public Lust Mglit, The two subjects which had the Urn's share o attention at the public hear ing of the VnnrJ of finance on esti mates last night were the collection and disposition of garbage und the purchase of an addition to the site of the Welch school, and of these the for mer had -quite the larger part of the attention. In fact almost all of the speakers who talked at all had some thing to say on that matter and of course there was but one underlying idea, that something must be done at once to remedy the situation at least regarding the collection. There was di vergence, however, beyond this point and even a near quarrel resulted from the Ideas expressed by differing Interests.- Attorney David E. Fitzgerald open ed the case, speaking for the residents of the Fourteenth ward In the neigh borhood In which are kept the objec tionable piggeries In that locality. He declared that the condition there was very serious and Insisted that some thing must be done, The citizens of that locality are up In arms about the matter and as a plant has been found, referring to the one on Staten Island which seemH to answer the purpose foi a sanitary disposition of the garbnge, he said the city should have the best and get one. The citizens he believed would be willing to meet the increase In taxes which would result Id order to meet the expense even If It went to quite a high figure. George C. Bradley of Qulnnlplac avenue followed. He said it was Im possible to sit out evenings In his vi cinity and that the conditions were so' bad that unless there was some relief he would not live there another year. He also expressed the belief that the citizens would be willing to pay their share towards doing away with the nuisance. He said he had talked with twenty of his taxpaylng neighbors and all were quite willing to do so. Dr. Converse declared that there must be improvement at once In the collection of the garbage, but he thought the method of disposing of it I would be all right and that it would e effect!1"5 unwlse 10 S to the expense of Dunning an incineraior nere. ne on- jfftP(1 tnnt the C0Pt wmlM be t00 grMt land suggested that If the residents or the Fourteenth did not like the odor from the piggeries they could nell their homes and move somewhere else,' He said that only a small portion of the citizens of the city were opposed to the method of dlspnsat and that they should hot be allowed to burden the rest of the city by a large Increase In the tax rate, but he Insisted like the others that a better method of collec tion must be employed. , He dedired, however, that Farnham could collect all right if prerly compensated and said that there had been, so far as complaints had reached him, no diffi culty about collection until the pres ent contractor had taken up the work. The remarks about the people of th Fourteenth ward selling their homes If they did not like the piggeries was not kindly received by a large delegation from ' that ward which happened to be rresent. Attorney Fitzgerald suggested to Dr. Converse that perhaps they had prop erty which was worth as much as his was to which, the doctor replied that he did not believe It. Thereupon a chorus from the Fourteenth warders broke out asserting that they did have property Just as valuable as his. The unpleasant incident went no farther, however. J. H. Livingston, agent for the Na tlonal Products company, which made an rtffer to Mite away the garbage from the cily dock for slxly-slx cents a ton, told the board ot finance thnt he be lieved H would find that his sugges tion provided the ehenpest melliod of disposing satisfactorily of .the garbage. He mild that an Incinerator would nie.m a large llrst cost, that the city would he saved .some money by accepting his offer over the actual estimated cost of running the plant each year, nnd would have it off its hands. He also said that It would be found a very hard Job to locate an Incinerator, on account of the damaging effect of ihe connection of tiie word "garbage" with It. He further stated thnt. tlie sixty-six cents represented the ncttinl towing cost and nothing more, and he did not believe the price could bo bettered by the city on any other proposition. Attorney Bartielte Brmnn nppeared In favor of an item in the estimates of the board of education, asking for an appropriation for the purchase of a lot next to the Welch school for an addition lo the playgrounds there. At present there Is practically no yard room there, and he urged that It w;is very bfidlv needed. He said the price, asked and which the hoard of educa tion had made on the place was $2.2nii, and the assessed value of the land wis $2. in). Attorney Herman also Appeared asking for tho appropriation of a sum of money asked by the park depart ment for the building of a women's and children's bath house at. Fort Hal pnrk. Ha slated thnt there are bnrh houses for men tliere. but no arrange ments for women, nnd thnt a number of the poorer women and children would like to use the place ns It Is an Idenl spot for bathing. Spvernl others appeared for . the Welch school land. One of those, Ah rnhinn l'odoloff, also spoke on the gnr hngc .mention. He favored an Inclner ator find showed that It would pny cltl sns to have one built despite the ex tra cos in taxation, as It would at tin snme. time sne the cost of removing ashes, which would amount lo fully as much, hp tltrnred, m the extra taxa tion. Clifford K. Minor of Qulnniplne avenue also nnpenred on the ffnrbnge matter. He went for Acuntn, the con tractor, lie rleelnred that he did not care to do the work, thnt he wns In to make money simply, nnd would do so despite the fines. He thought It wns up to the honrd of health to make Immediate Improvement. In the situa tion, He expressed It ns his opinion thu' the honrd of health did not seem to be anv wood, Anthony Carroll appeared In ohle,- Hon to several neeonntH In the vnrl oiis departments. Including most of the silnrv increases which hnd been ask ed. He oenosed tli biilldlner of school houson without competent superintend ence, nnd lh Increase of salary of the present building inspector of the board. WRIGHT BROTHERS FLY Orvllle Sails nt Fort Myer, While WH hnr !Viforin'nt I,e Mini, Washington, Sept. -urvlilo Wrlglit niacin another flight over the drill grounds at Kort Mycr, Va., to day, In which he encircled tho Held five times In addition In going Its full length before landing directly In front of tho tent which shelter tho ma chine, The total, time conwinn'd In flight whs four 'minute und. fifteen seconds, The wind was blowing at the rate of three nnd. three-fifths miles per hour, and tho speed of the aero plane was estimated at thlrty-flvc miles an hour. Thirty feet from the ground, was the greatest height at tained. Lo Mima, t'ept, 4. Taking advant age of u short lull In tho stormy weHther, Wilbur Wright ventured out fur a short flight .In hlx aeroplane to day und circled the .practice Held with his usual skill. The official, timers gave the dlstuncn traversed as two unci u half kilometers, the height thirty six feet and the time two mlnuu nnd thirteen seconds. The wind was blow lug at the rate of twenty kilometers an hour. i EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETS Republicans In Conference West Vh' . plniu Still Vnsctil.'d. New York, Sept,' 4. An Informal meeting of almost all the members of the executive committee of the re publican national committee was held at headquarters to-duy and the gen eral situation was dlscn.fd. Tlmse presi-nt at the meeting were (senator lioise Penrose of Pennsylvania, lvl wln C. Duncan of North Carolina, Charles F. Hrooker of Connecticut, T. Coleman DuPont of Delaware und William L. Ward of New York. Sen ator Penrose paid tho meeting was only preliminary to a formal confer ence next week when Chairman Hitch cock returns from' the west. Tho senator said that Pennsylvania will roll up the largest majority for Taft and Sherman in any state in the conn try. The sub-committee, composed of National Committeemen Ward, DuPont and Hrooker, appointed to consider the West Virginia republican gubernatorial tangle held further con sideration of the matter to-night.. Mr Ward said that no decision would be announced until Wednesday. FABYAN'S ELEANOR WINS Defeats Princess hy Twelve Seconds, Securing Le(? on 2,500 Cup. New York, Sept. 4. Fred T. Bel ford's :Herreehof designed 22-foot sloop Eleanor, tho champion of the "Q" class In Massachusetts Bay,' own ed by Francis W. Fabyan of Hostou, In winning the second race of the At lantic ocnt ciutrs sprics to-day, won a leg on the Frederic Thompson J2, 600 cup. If she wins It In 1909 and 1910 It will become her owner's prop erty. The Eleanor defeated the ond boat, the Princess, 12 seconds. The third boat was the Chuperon. The Soya was fourth and the Achilles fifth. The race was sailed over a 14.3 mile course, In a fresh breeze from tho southward, giving the ya?hts '.wo reaches and- a beat, Twenty-eight yachts started In the race, six of them being Inihe "Q" class. FIRE PANIC IN SKYSCRAPER Young Women Milliners Fscnpe Safely Damage $20,000, Xew York, Sept. 4.' Four hundred young women milliners employed It the upper floors of a twelve story build Ing at 652 Broodway became panic stricken toilay when a fierce fire on the fifth floor filled the stairways so full of Smoke that, they were Impassable. Screaming with fright the girls first attempted to And an' exit by tho stair but they were stopped by the smoke at the seventh floor. -.Almost asphyxiated by the smoke many of the girls were fainting of un conscious when the elevators reached the ground floor anil were carried out of the elevators by the police. A great crowd In Broadway watched tho work of rescue bs It took p!acev during the noon hour when the sidewalks were thronged with pedestrians. All the girls were taken from the building without serious Injury and the fire was extinguished with a loss of $20,000. ' M. I. T. GRAD KILLED MectrlenI F.nglneer Dead In Peculiar Wreck on - Boston nnd Maine, Lawrence, Mass., Sept. 4. Two men were killed and one slightly Injured In a crash of freight trains at South Lawrence in the western llvislon of the Boston and Maine railroad to night, The dead are Fred Duprey, locomotive engineer of this city, and Frank McGowan of Lawrence, i.le: trlcal engineer and M. 1. T. jtrnduale, The Injured man Is James Fletcher, not serious. Both trains were switching In the yards and were running parallrl to each other when one. train took a switch crossing directly In Iront of the other. Before the seoind train could be brought to a stop It crashed Into the other, hurling tha engine off tho track. HOYS STOLE DREAD AND MILK. For the theft of a qunrt of milk and a loaf of bread yesterday morning, Michael Gudgimo, aged 13, and Nicho las Gurtgano, aged 16, of 43 Hill street, were arrested on warrants last, night. They were with another boy, who was caught at the time, but they escaped and were found shortly after midnight sleeping In a barn. FOOT BALI; MEN AT WORK. Philadelphia, Sept, 4.-Pennsylva-nia'e 3 9 0 S football campaign was giv en its first send-off this afternoon, when Coach Metzger and ten of the players left for Cape May. They will return to Philadelphia and Join the other candidates for the team on Fronldln field September 14. ERNEST L. NETTLETON, REAL ESTATE. Room 302. 41 Church Street. City, Town and Shore Building Lots, BUYER OF ACREAGE PROPERTY. MELBOURNE LEFT IN WARSHIPS WAKE Fifteen, Bidding Farewell After Week's Visit, Sail for Sec ond Australian Port., ONE IS LEFT BEHIND Xcw Jersey Itcnmliw to Walt for Mall ('hcerliis Crowdti Afloat and Ahliore Speed the Part- , j lug Guests. j Melbourne, Saturday, Sept. 5.-Punct-' uully at 8 o'clock this morning tho Con necticut, lliignhlp of Hear 'Admiral Bprrry, 'commander-in-chief 'of the Amerlcun Atlantic fleet weighed an-! hor und pointed her prow down the j bay. With clock llko procession H , others of tho white hulled cruft fol- , It wed In her wake, und began the cruise . to Albany, Queensland. The New Jer- J scy remained In the hurbor to convey ! tho Ameilcun mull, which Is expected shortly, to the fleet. the veMU passed down the bay In single file thu hlllu and the town of Melbourne resounded aguln with the booming of sulutes from the fleet and i the butteries ashore. Scores of steam boats yachts and launches laden with cheering crowds escorted the ships di wn the bay to thy headlands, where ll.ey remained until the American ves tels were lout In tile fog. The head land shores were crowded with specta tors to witness tho ending of the history-making . vlelt the full potentiali ties of which It Is believed have not yet been realized. STAND-PATTERS CRUSHED Full to Make finnd Threat to Holt Against Cummins, for. Senator. , . Des Moines, la., Sept. 4. Senator Dowell's resolution providing for the election of a I'nlted States senator to succeed the late Senator Allison to bo held here September 9, was carried by a vote of 58 to 1 In the republican caucus to-day, The "stand patters" did not make good a threat to bolt the caucus In a body unless Odvernor Cummins eliminated himself from the short term contest, , Governor Cum mins at the 'close of the caucus de clared himself well pleased with the result. , "It Is evident to me " he said, "that my friends want me to' make the race and I am In the hands of my friends." I'l-F.ADS (;I II,TY TO CONSPIRACY. Washington, .Sept. '4. Victor a. Hloede Company of Baltimore, Jointly Indicted .with Edwin A'an Dyck, former lnj expert of tho bureau of engraving and printing 'in this city, for alleged conspiracy to defraud .the government In connection with contracts for sup plying the government with Ink, plead ed guilty today and was fined $5,000 which was Immediately paid. Van Dyck will be tried later. REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE Two-family house, wlih barn, Ken sington street. Hlx rooms and bath for each family. Fine condition. Price, H.P-'Hi. Two-family house, near GUI street. Six rooms and bath for eacn family. Fine verandas, slate roof, steam heat, etc. f'rlce, $7,600. Two family house, with store and barn, Canal street, Price, $2,800. Address. BOX 594, NEW HAVEN. EDGEWOOD AVENUE Dwelling house on F.dgewood avenue, near Howe street, for sale. Prle, $3.9110. The lot Is 40x101. The house has eight rooms, toilet, water and gas, and is In first-class condition. This Is nn excellent opportunity to purchase central property at a low price. For particulars apply J. V. nilWM'.S, 103 Howe Street.. We Have for Sale a Beautiful 12-R00M RESIDENCE. Steam Heat and Every Improvement. LOT 100 feet front, 1S4 deep; lu & fine location In WEST HAVEN. A BARGAIN. Room 202, Exchange Building, Telephone 5249-3. FRED CHAT FIELD, Pres. and Treas. JAMES H. CHATFIELD, Secy The Goo. M. Grant Co. MASONS AND GENERAL CONTRACTORS. Roorrt 201, iSxcbange rtldg. Tel. lis Chapel St FOll SALE. A central student rooming house. Will net the purchaser (18) eighteen per cent, yearly, . ' . Money to loan In sums to suit. L. G. H0ADLEY, Room 215, Washington Building 38 CHURCH STREET, OPEN EVENINGS. FOR SALE. A desirable one family house, Dvt1hht street, south of Chapel. J C, PUNDERFORD. lia CHURCH STREET. REAL ESTATE. OSffff is all that is needed to secure a large two family house on -change Street Has fine lot, six rooms for each family andrpnts for $360. Price is $3700, and the hah ahce can be paid in easy instalments. FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS Obtained on good Real Estate security In luini to suit. ... - TEL. 3118 Now is the Time to Buy. Let Us Show You. All Kinds of Houses for Wlnthrop Ave., 2-fnmlly house, ' Jfl.ROO Mine St., 2-famlIy house....... 3,100 Orange St., 2-fnmlly house... 0.700 j Shelton Ave., 2-fnmlly house. . . 4,500! West Ilnvcn, l-famlly house. . 5,000 CLARENCE D. HALL, WM. M. HOTCIIKIS3. C D. HALL & CO., THE REAL-ESTATE MEN. ' Renting, Buying, Selling, Mortgage Ixians, Fire Insurance, Core of Troperty. Rooms 309-311 Mftlley Building. 'Phone 1905. J Your Real Estate Business WHO DOES IT 7 AND. IS IT DONE RIGHT? What you want done in Bcnl Estate you want done right, and . when any business Is transacted through this office Ihe parties to It feci safe and satisfied. M. J. GOODE 80 CHURCH STREET, Rooms 16-18. 'Phone 267-11 Three fine modern nouses for sale; open for Inspection afternoons, three o'clock; No. 110 Linden street, he rwcen Livingston nnd Orange streets. Price and terms right. FREDRIQUE R. LEWIS, 139 ORANGE STREET. FIRE INSURANCE. f For Rent. City. Point A very de sirable one -family house, 12 rooms, 2 baths and conveniences; one block from car line. Rent rea sonable. MORTGAGE LOANS. The Anthonv & EINth3rpe Co. $ 002 CHAPEL STREET. 5 j TELEPHONE 6048. A EDWARD P. BRETT, BUUUMOt AND CONTRACTOR, Sawing, Turning and Jobbing in Wood oi All Klnda. . 'Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Pavsk Ing Bozea. 7 PROCT STREET. -. A NEW Il'TT f w r r . . Too- hot! . --, '. ', Too Coldl ' ' , : Too much lokneimt , s Tired of workln for others! Poor props on account ot drought! All wngea Koinw for rent, food and furl! ' Tons of employment hecnuse of financial Ktrlnqrpncy! Work In offices, stores nnd shopn loo close" nnd confining ' Little opportunity for a frnrklntpnnn to gain a competency for old age! ' Are some of the complaints one hears dolly. . ' ' I THE REMEDY i Join the procession of Americana' from In the Inlon to tho ISLE Miles called It, "The tcw I Full particulars sent by mail. - Write H. B. Your Name f CUT OUT AST) TEL. 3115 All Kinds of People. Hone St., l-famlly house. ... .$20,000 Frank St., 1-fnmlly house..!. 2,200 West Haven, 1-fnnilly house.. 4,000 FINE BUILDING LOTS, Restricted Locality, Norton Street,; '- Wnthrop Avenue, , To be built tip with" one family houses. . 500 Silver Dollars , Or we will take paper dollar, for new 14-room houee with modern' Im provements, the balance 6f the" pur chase price tii be fixed by' mortgage. A good chance to own your own. horn and have rent free. Moorehead & Donnelly, 82 Church Street. Boom 20. TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CHAPEL ST., Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service included. Benj. R. English. V 839 Chapel Street. v The plot of land on the corner of Ellsworth and Derby avenues, 275 feet front and about 125 feet deep. The owners are anxious to sell and will ac cept low prices. WM. ,H. H. HEWITT, . &la Chapel St. For Sale. A handsome residence oa Wlllort street, near Whitney avenue. " Judson d Hauff, v Room 402. ; ; - 902 Chatial St. EDEN I f . ' TT OF PINES, or, as General Nelson A Eden." . .' " A' OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS I ' X Kopf, P. 0. Box 1236 City. 2 nour AddresB. MAIL TO-DAY.