Newspaper Page Text
THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1808.
' a mtmn in j, iiii,ni,iMmT-n i. ji i .. . - j. . . .. i r n "-" ' 1 irn 1 1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. AWMXG MAKEH3, DECOIUTQB9. fLOKSON A KI.NOSni HV MO Chapot slreet. The hot summer diiyx are near, and you will need awnings for your window and porches. J1"" Canopies for Wedding, and decot ons for Receptions. Estimates f,"'"",.; Don't foget that we are the P'Ve, tttul "tool the iun." Telephone 160B-B. . CUNNINGHAM 4 SON 874 Chapel it. Awnings, Tent, Flags, T"c .Ji0.?! re. Horse Covers. Tente nd Canopies to rent. Deooratlons tor Halle, tto. AIITOMOIJILE REPAIRING. 11113 JUNCTION GARAGE piWll and Bhelton aves. General Jobbing and Repalrln gof Autos and Bleyoles. Machine Work and 1-lght Manufactur ing. Telephone' 8862-12. THE FITTON WAKEMAW COe 8-10 Wooster t.; Autos Repaired. Bodies Repaired and Hennlshed. Gasoline aim Oils. Engineers and Machlnhts. 'Phone 4614. ASTHMA CURE. A POSITIVE cure tor Asthma has been found. Price 1 per bottle. Hun dreds cured by this medicine. Never put on the market until now. Any one can walk, climb stulrs ov sleep In three, days' treatmenl. William Fowler, ill Broad street. City. AilCHITECTS. FOOTU & TOWNbB.ND Architects. tU-ili Malley Building, New Haven, Conn. ACTO TIKE REPAIR WORKS. ALTO TIKE REPAIR VORK Auto rir ti,i Tnbc KeDalred. Recovered nrf v.iicanl.e.l on premise. Work Guaranteed. Work called for ani de livered. Tel. .4441. . 481 State street, New Haven. BUNDLE WOOD, CHARCOAL, COKE WOOD for Fireplace, Kindling and fuel Purposes. llet Seasoned Wood. Call us for prices. 'Phono 1454. New Haven Wood Co. BUSINESS COLLEGES. vai.n ni;IK.SS l.OLLEGK Oldest. Largest. Strongest, Best. We graduate live office help. N. A 8tone, pres., 116 Church street. BUTTER AND EGGS. M. C. DING WALL Eggs laid yesterday Get here to-day. 74-76 Congress avenue. BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. r. COLLINS 11 Broadway. Agent for tbe Truss frame Iver-Johnson whdel. (The old reliable). Look thla machine over. Sundries and Supplies. BICYCLE and carriage tires vulcan ised from 76o up. new bicycle tires from (1.00 up, at Setlow's, 133 Court treet. a3 tf BOTTLER. DANIEL J. DOODY 719 State street Bottler of the Famous Gold' Medal Tlvoll & Hampden Pale Ale. Delivery to all parts of city. Telephone 863-2. C. 16. BAUER Corner Ashmun' and Bristol streets. Bottled beer deliver ' ed to all parts of the city. 'Phone or ders promptly attended to. CARRIAGE PAINTING. CARRIAGE, Truck and Automobile Painting. General jobbing of all kinds. Frederick C Reynolds, 183-1S5 Orand avenue.. 'Phone 2823., CARRIAGES, WAGONS, HARNESS. DWIGUT H. BALDWIN Crown and Park street. Carriages, Wagons and Harness; Blankets, Robes and Whips. Rubber Tires attached. Repairing. THE 8EABROOK St SMITH CARRIAGE CO. Manufacturers of Fine Car riages. -Some Light Surreys and Arch Axle Runabouts ifor the' September fairs. Come and see them. Repairing and Painting Carriages and Automo biles. RAFTERS' WAGONS Strictly High Grade Delivery. Buy -wagons bearing this trade mark. It means the best. - 65 Franklin street. LEV KIT BROS 424-426 Orchard St. Carriage and Wagon Builders. Car riage and Automobile Painting. Gener al jobbing. Telephone 3286-4. A. M. BEEBE 439-443 Elm St., Manu facturer of Carriages and Wagons. Repairing, Painting and Trimming. Au tomobile tops. Automobile painting. SAMUEL K. PAGE 60-62 Franklin st. Manufacturer oi Carriages and Auto mobile Bodies. First class Repairing by experienced men. 'Phone 808. CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, ETC. J, LEROV DEAN 68 Orange St., Cabin et work, omce Fittings, Window and Door Screens. Joiner and General Job ber. Estimates furnished. Both 'pnones, WILLIAM U. ALLEN 641 Columbus ave., Contractor and Builder. Jobbing promptly attended, to. Telephone 2123-4. u. j, iTituiiiviiiU contractor and , Builder; Dealer In Real Estate, Tele phone SoUOJ. b 0 Ferry street, Mew iaven, ounii. JOHN C. MORTON 478 State St., Car- peniet, jumei unu .ueuerai jobber BjUmiites furnished. Telephone 1412-4 N1ew Haven, Conn. k , LOUIS UUTZE1T 9 Alllliir streeL Car. penter and Builder. Prompt expert worn. oauoiO'Uiiuji given, JUUutUg a fcpeuitlliy. ruuua j,,,o-. GEORGE H. COOK 91 Frank it, Build er ana coniraciur. JODOing a. Speoial , ty. Estimates given on plans at short notice. Telepnone 1780. SMALL & PALMER Carpenter work and general jobbing. Estimates fur nished. 695 Qulnnlplao ave. 'Dhona 2032-4. JAMES A. FOG ARTY 194 Canner at. General Contracting Builder. Lowest estimates on all classes of work. Tel ephone 1298-12. E. H. BARRY Carpenter and builder Estimates furnished. Jobbing prompt.' Jy attended to, and work of the best, so judson avenue. Telephone, j. w. BARROWS 28 Admiral St., Co"n tract Carpenter and Builder. Special attention to Jobbing. Estimates fur nished. CHARLES C. DUNN Repairing and Carpenter Jobbing a Specialty. Esti mates furnished. Fair prices. 36 Au burn street GEORGE E. LATHAM, Carpenter- and Builder. Special attention to Jobbing. No. 1145 Campbell avenue, West Haven, Cinn Telephone B681-5. CABINET WORK, WOOD CARV'O. THE YALE ART WOODWORK CO. Restores Antique and Modern Furni ture to Its Natural Beauty. Mantels, Show Cases and High Grade Furniture Made' to Order. 'Phone 3066; 128 Park treet. CONTKA CTIXO MASONS J. N. LEON AlYG A CO Contractors and Maaon Hulldar. Prompt attention given to repair work. 806 Malley build ing, v CAIUUAGE KEPAIllS. J. T. nnKK.N 87 Greene it,, Carriage and Automobllo Painting and Repair ing. Carriage work a specialty. All work guaranteed. Telephone 1804-8. CONCKETE WALKS. C'ONNKSC'I'HJIJT. CONCIIlCTH CO. Walks, Driveways and Floors in con crete; Artificial Hione and Alastlo As phalt pfllcfci Room i,8Churc st. JOHN V. THOMPSON 204 Oofflte St. (Robinson) Carbonised atone lor Driveways and Cellars. Excavating and Grading- Telephone. CORSETS. CLARA J. MOOI11J 112 Park street: French and Domestic Custom-Mau corset. Other specialties tor Women's VS'ear. ' Call and see samples at our of neu. 'Phone 1888-1. , DETECTIVE MKEAU. DRX.NY'S DKTKCTIVltl UDHEAU Pre paring Cases for Court a Specialty. (Star Secret Service System;. 82 Church street. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS. SIMMONS & SON H. E. Francis, Mgr., 266 Norton, at. Klectrlcal contract or. Estimates furnished. Telephone 68S3-2. "Wire for us and we'll wire for you." EYESIGHT SPECIALIST. YOVH EYES examined and fitted with glasses, Irom $1. lr. S. S. Relss, cor. Grand aveirue and Hlate street. EXPRESSING. foil SALE New express wagon. Heavy. Will sell cheup. Also car riage tor' sale. P. McCarthy, 106 St. John street, . Ju3 tf l'ISJl M.VRKET. PEOPLE'S FISH MARKET Wm. Wil son & Son, 80 Congress ave. Dealers In all kinds of sea food. Both tele phones. 1XOKIST. S. U. MOORE FLORIST. 1064 Chapel Street, .. Telephones. 274U and 2741. GROCERIES AND MEATS. ROBERT LUT21 Orocerleg, Meats, Pro visions, etc. Howard avenue and First street. Telephone 273. "Call us up." . a 8Jf GENERAL CONTRACTOR. WILLIAM HINE General Trucking and Teaming. Residence, 82 Win chester avenue, New Haven, Connecti cut, HOTEL JEFFERSON, EUROPEAN. LIGHT, Airy Rooms. Comrortable Beds. Free Batna. Transient rooms, 60o, 7Bc. & 1. Weekly, 12 to IB. W. C. Augur, Mgr., 440, Slate st. Open all night. HABERDASHERY. TEMPTING TROPICAL TOGGERY SHANLE V'H," ' 84 Church Street. HOUSE MOVING. DRAKE & . CO Y' 1. E Ho use Movlns, Shoring and Raining, 48 Home St., S. Rock. 'PhonelM77-2. 774 Washing ton ave., West Haven. 1IOKSE COLLARS. HENRY SMITH SONS 183 Brewery St.. Irish and Pipe Horse Collars a specialty. Beat collar on the market. Also Repairing. Telephone 1U46-12. HORSES. CARLOAD of horses will arrive to-mor. row morning. Horses ot all welaht. Every kind ol a horse you want you can tlnd at 185 Commerce street. Ueo. F. Crlpps. , . B. F, CANNON -182-184 George St., Blut Front Auction Sale and Commission Stables. Auction every Friday at 1:30 p. in. 'Phone 8078-2. JEWELRY. METROPOLIS JEWELRY CO. Poll building, sells reliable Jewelry on weekly payments; cheap. Call or wrUe. Open Saturday evenings. HLENENE. KLENENE The household, cleaner will clean Dress, Skirts, Auto Veils. Waists, Silks, Laces, Neckties, Glove, etc . Klenene Soap Co , 112 Park st. WITH THE BOWLERS Well, the good news was given out last' night that "Blllle" Ford has com pleted arrangements to have New Ha ven entered In the Eastern Bowling league. Paterson has also been admitted to the Eastern league, and the already completed schedule of the league will be changed so as to Include both New Haven and Paterson. The new alley owners, Hermann & Hotchkiss, showed that they are juat the men to make a success of the bowling game by their action In dig ging away down deep and paying over $100 In Eastern league fees. Where do they get off? Now that the season Is starting In full blast, we will have the Growlers, the Grunters, etc., etc". Many employes of local business houses are arranging for bowling teams. The postofflce will have a quintet, and the hardware stores and the shop clerks are also arranging to have teams. At the Sterling alleys the barbers have organized a German-American team which will probably be com posed of the following bowlers; Noon, Kotch, Vlebsanz, Berg and. Block house. Things will start a-rolllng again at the Sterling alleys next Mon day night. 1 . "Willie" Riley, of local sharpshoot lng fame, still loves the bowling game and says he would like to arrange a match with some of the topnotchers. Willie knows a thing or two about knocking' down tenpins. "Charlie" Flynn, a 'well-known young business man, used to bowl FURNISHED ROOMS. One cent u word for each Insertion, or live rents a word for seven Union. 1 IHMSHKI) ROOMS Pleasant ly fur nished moms wlili table board, Alt home cooking. Prices reasonable. Ccu irul, 2iJ Uiove slreet, city. -l If PLEASANT, llnely furnished rooms, In ptlvuio family, All coiivenUiH'oif. DO Olive street. HOT wHter heat, gas and bath; also nicely tunnelled parlor with use of piano tor inuslo teacher or pupil. 112 Ureene street, u 1 6 If TWO handsomely furnished rooms, with or without board, in modern house. 78 Lake place. , s!5 tf DEMI HA 111. I1 room, adjoining till fcUguwood, tumor Dwlght. bath, all a PLEASANT back parlor and hall bed room. 66 Grove streot. Tel. 4072, all If TWO large pleasant rooms, completely furnished fur housekeeping. im provements. Steam lieullng, desirable location; adults. 8U8 Dixwell avenue, near Henry turcet, nlu tf PHVVf rouin with alcovo, furnished for one or two gentlemen, bath room on the mime floor. All Improvements. 3? Lynwood place, so tf THE (ll.VKl.TO.VF.log.int roams, gas. buth, eltcirlc lights, hIi-hiii heat, i' sonujlo. Transient ucconimoilutlohs. li Crown street, near cnuicn. Ju23 tf VERY nicely furnished front parlor bed room, lirat lioor, with running wa ter on sum floor. AIho furnished rooms from 41. 1)U up, single or double. Telephone, 33u5-14. 117 Park street. s2 tf LARGE airy furnluhed rooms with or wliiiniit table board, home cooking. 131 liwlght street. aul!5 If , VERY pleasant front room with alcove. Suitable fur two gentlemen. Hath room on same floor, Terms reasonable. 37 Lynwood place. ' au24 tf NICELY furnished rooms, running wa ter! Phone. l.6u and up. 117 Park street. aula If CimiR3JrtAjTED. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven time. 110 A II DISKS WANTED Table board, home cooking; central; two dining rooms; also meal ticket. L. E.' Holt, 26 Grove street. i aul9 tf TAIlLE boarders wanted. Home cook ing. 26 Whalley avenue. aulstf WANTED Table boarders! something to eat all the time. Home cooking. Good service. Everything right. Prion reasonable. Null said. Mis. W. K. Ford, 21 Court street, city. jy30 tf soma In Springfield, Ills homo town, and he Mill knows how to roll thn ball. Lact evening h scored 100 In duckpins at the Academy alleys. FRATERNAL HEWS. Mcr-tings To-nl(rIit. Ladles of the Golden K.iRlc, New Ha ven temple, No. 1, 230 l.Mxwell avenue. New Hnven Hebrew Institute, 255 George street. New Haven Bohwaben Veroln, 255 Woo.cter street. Sons of St. fleorge, rted Cross lodge, No. 1S2, Mfl Chnpel street. Star of Kim City, Loyal Orange lodge, No. Inl; 400 Stale street, Viking Plok and Peneflt society, 117 1-2 Court street. Wornter lodge, No. "9, A. F. and A. IT.; 87 Church street. Pulaski chapter, No. 2fl, R. !A. M.; 101 Grand avenue. City, No. 36, I. O. O. F.; 95 Crown street. Pulai- Star, No. 77, I. O. O. F.; m Grand avenue. New Havon Rebr-kah lodge, No. 3,, V). of n,; 1)5 Crown street. Court City of Kims, No. 5933, A. O. F.; i 1-2 Church street. Court Elm wood, No. 455R. I. O. F,; S!)0 Chapel street. ( ' New It.ivon Conclave, No. 323, I. O H.; 117 1-2 Court street. Elm City council, No. 25, K. of C; flnfi Chupel street. Kathbone lodge, No. 1, K, of P;. 400 State street. Ezel lodge, No. 3, K, of P.; S!)0 Chapel street. Crusadpr'n castle, No. 3, Knights of the Golden Kngle; 48 Church street. Whitney lodge, o, 319, N. E. O. P. S90 Chapel street. Perseverance council, No. S3, D, of L.; 25 Grand avenue. Washington camp, No. 1, P. O. S. of A.; 890 Chapel street. Savin Rork council, No. 106S, West Haven, R. A.; enrner Campbell ave nue and Main street. TInrmony, o. 5, j. o. O. F. Harmony lodge, No. 5, I. O. O F., held a regular meeting liv their rooms In the Odd Fellows' building on Crown street at which one candidate was giv en the Initiatory degree. KhkspII Council, No, 65, K. of f). Two candidates were given the inlll atory degree by the degree team of RusHell council, Knights of Columbus,' at their regular meeting In the Knights of Columbus hall on Chapel street last evening. r - '" " . ' .'I' ' ' sMHMnnsBaiaMwiiMi MMBaMlvawHaMBMHnanlaRMIIMHHaMMHHav $ 1 .00 GIVEN AWAY TO USERS OF THESE COLUMNS $ ,00 To each ELEVENTH person leaving a Cash Advertisement for the Classified Column? . of the MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, (Wants, Lost or Found, For Rent, Sit . ' uations or Help Wanted, Furnished Rooms, Business Opportunities, etc.). in the Business Office of this Paper, 400 State St., Si. op in Cash will be paid. FOR RFNJ One cent a word for each Insertion, or ilve cents a wod for seven times. SIX pleasant rooms each, first and sec ond Hour, two-fmnlly house, 481 or chard streot, near Winchester' Bhop, close to Dlxwell nvenue Irolloy Una. Call at 3U8 Dlxwoll avenue.' s3 tf Mont magnificently furnished front rooms to rent, 68 Dlxwell aveuui'. near I, a lie place. Cull evonlngs or Huuduys. u31 It APARTMENTS FOR RENT. 41 A Y-t II EST HALL raters to anlect and exoluiiive class of tenant. A new and elegant up-to-date, hlgli-clnas apart ini'iit hoiii, public dining room on premises, DINlNtl ROOM FOR HKN'l'.' Ala id ami Juullor servli'e, electric HkIiii, telephone, steam licnt. William tla.v, owner, 83 Park St., between Chapel and Crown. Inspection Invited, 21 14t STORES FOR RENT One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word fur soveu limes. FOR RENT Three good stores In cen ter of city. Inquire M. Apsel, 909 Grand avenue. Jy IS Ifs FACTORY OTlJICXT One cent a word for each Insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven times. DO you want room with power? As! C. id. Bird, 106 Park street. s23 "I V CmMOTICES Notice Is hereby given of a public hearing by the Bureau of Compensation to be held In Room 1J, City Hall, Sep tember 2tth, J SMiS, at eight (8 i o'clock p. in., on the nssessinent of benefits due to the laving of a pavement In Shelmn avenue from Munn-jri street t city line. ItCHEAU OF COMPENSATION', B. N. Blatchley, Clerk . s22 St The Board of Relief of the Town of New Hnven, hereby give notice that they will meet In Room No. 8, City Hall, on Thursday, October 1st, 1908, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and dally there after until .Thursday, October lfitli, In clusive, escVpt Saturdays from 9 to 11 a. m., for the purpose or Hearing any appeals that may come before' them. Evening session, ucioner lotn, irom 7 to 9 p. m. JAf'lNTO CASARlEQO, THOMAS F. Fl l SIMMONS, KAMl El, H. WILLIAMS, Hoard of Relief. 17tool5 COMMITTER ON Bl'ILPING AND HI 1 1. DING LINES. The Committee . on Building and Building Lines of the Ronrd of Alder men win nom a puone ncuring in noom 10-11. City Hull, Thursday, Sept. 24. lfloil, ot 8 o'clock p. in'., for the consld erllon of the following pptltlona: Petition of A. Stone for change of building line on s. w. corner of Prlnoo M.; petition of Samuel Ti. Wnllovkk for oboliHhment of 4 font building line In front of 1M Greenwood St.; petition of Paul L, Haer for permission to erect bay window over street line; petition of E. M. Squire, el nl., for 25 foot building line between Derby ave. and Irving St. on west of Ellsworth ave.; petition of S I'ersky, ef si., for change of build ing lino In front of No. 1-No. ,10 Con nies nve. ; petition of llwrls Bros, f ir permission to make addition to bull.jlmr at 277-579 Congress nve ; petition of Ell Whitney, president ltHrl of Educa tion, to change bulUUng line on Pilnco at. from III" corner of Lafayette si. 195 ft.; lirtlXoii of llteiroiv Aeiintn. "t. nl., for flhidlshment of building line Itil ironi oi I 'M riuniim si.; petittoti, or Joseph l.evenaleln, et ills., thut the Id foot building line In front of f!7 West St., corner of Frank St., he abolished; petition ot 1. Ilouriwllr. for change of building line In front of No. 9i Prince at.; petition that a 2-foot building line be established on I'ewllt st. between portsea st. and Putnam St.; petition of Annie Hlinplro to build store ten feet from building line on Pylvan nve. All persotiH Interested In' the forego. Ing ate hereby nntltled to be presttt and be lietirq thereon without further notice. Per older: NICHOLAS J. LEONARD. Chairman. Attest: M. A. MORAN. ,1R , Asst. City Clerk. s23 2t COMMITTEE ON STREETS. The Committee on Streets of the Hoard of Aldermen will hold a public bearing In Room 13, Cltv Mall, Friday, Sep! 2.i, I0OS, at 8 o'clock p. m., for the consideration of the following peti tions; Petition of Thomas Menns to have Hninllloti st. top dressed; petition of Antonio Vanncore to lop dress Urowu st. between Wooster and Wnter streets; petition of R. Cnpancerlo to erect a cel. lar door to extend 20' Inches on side walk In front of building corner Cedar and Carlisle streets; petition of ,1. H. Judge, et His., to rescind order for ex tension of Lighthouse road; petition of Patrick O'Keefe, et als.. for cross walks on Winchester nve. at Starr St.; petition of The Heaver Mills Co. et als., for widening of Orescent St. nnd Wln tergreen ave.; petition ot John S. Rrnd. Icy, et als., de Chapel street widening; and the mayor's communication do widening of roadway on Chapel street, Per order, CHARLES II. STANTON, Chairman. Attest ' M. A. MORAN TTt., ' ' Asst. City Clerk. 23 3t it , COMMITTEE ON RAILROADS AND BRIDGES. Tho Committee 011 Railroad and Bridges, of the Hoard of Aldermen will hold public hearing in Room 10-11. City. Hall, Friday. September 25, 190,1, for the consideration of the following petitions; I'ellllon of the N. Y., N. II. & H. R. R, Co. for permission to relocate tracks on Church si n et, from George street to Chupel street. I'ellllon of the N. Y N. H. H. R, R. Co. for permission to relocnte tracks on Chapel slreet from Tinllrnad cut to East ulrpev. Petition of the N. Y N. II. A If. R. R. Co, for permission to relocate tracks on Grand, avenue between the east and west branches of Mill river. , All persons Interested In the forego ing are hereby notified to be present and be heard thereon without further notice, Per order, RICHARD B, HEAVY, 1 Chairman. Atlest: M. A. MORAN, JR., Asst. City Clerk. s23 3t LOST AND FOUND. One rent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. LOST, .Sunday evening, Howard live . hum or Spring street, gold brarelot maiseii "u H. ij. Kinfier win i re warded on returning tu 212 Spring U 31. street. Lost Monday evening, on Hlate strKct between C, S. Mnrslck's mid Vettwr's bakery or between Vettur's baktry and 21) Court street, u ribbon fob with solid gold monogram initials, A. I. E. Val uable to owner, I'unnot 'be pawimd, Reward If returned to 29 Court street, 22 St REAL ESTATE! FOR SALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or ilve cent a word for seven llinea, Foil SALE Eleven-room ona-fnni!l,v luitibe, modern Improvements; excel lent location, yule a bulo, Courier of llre. a22 it tlM'l-famlly house, 8 rooms, barn and carpenter' workshop. Lot 68x143 ft. 71 Ivy streot. 16 7t JVNJWJNCEMNm One cent a word for each Insertion, or tlv cents a word tor seven time ANNOUNCEMENT Sleeman'S Rellahfo Employment Agency, ii3 Chupel St., eslubiifhed 20 years. Largest, beat Hi the state. Best male und tcmale help fur any and nil kind of ,work. Sent anywhere. Open evening. Tel. 2322. MEDICAL. On cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven time. Bl'I'EHM.roi'S HA IK can be Removed on Treatment and tbe Routs of tho Hair Destroyed Gradually. Mrs. H. E. Chamberlain, 938 Chapel street, oppo site Trinity church. Telephone 1767. 3 It FAIOIOJAJjE One cent a word for a:h Insertion, or five cents a word for seven lime. IK TOP have a farm ror sate, I have a number of purchasers for It; or if you wish a farm for 1 5 JO up, on easy payments, send for a free list. Paul Ktisso, 639 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. , au27 tf FOLDING MATTRESS. One cent a word tor each Insertion, or tlv cant a word for seven time. KOI DI NG MATTnESS. Cotton's "Kno tu IT'' felt mattress. Makes "lying easy'' and gives rest to the honest man. Can't sag. Can't get hard. Easy to roll as a rug. 76 Goffe street. Tel, 1492. t 1 LEGAL NOTICES. District of New Haven, ss.. Probate Court, teptcmbsr 22, 19.)8. ESTATE OF Jl'IJA A. HARROW, late of NVw. Haven, In said district, de ceased. The executrloes having exhibited their administration account with said entate to this court for allowance, it is ORDERED, That the 2!lth day of Sep. tetnber. IHaH, at ten o'clock In the fore noon, at a court of probnte to' be held at New Haven, In said district, be ap pointed for a bearing on the nllowance of said account, and that notice of the time ami place or saia Hearing be given by publishing this order three times In some newspaper having a circulation in sain district. By the Court, JOHN L. GILSON, Clerk. 823 3t Accountants' Examination. ' The State Board of Accountancy Frederick C. Mnnvel of Walerbury, sec reta'ry, will hold an examination of an pllennts for Certified Public Account ant certificates, on Wednesday and Thursday of this week, lu the Slate Capitol; at Hartford. TRIM THE ACMES. Three (James at Y. M. R. C. Inst Night Won ly Trimmers. The Trimmers and the Acmes rolled three games at theRepubllcan club last night and when the pins were counted tho Trimmers were three games to the good. The many low scores made by the Acme quintet In the first and third games were respon. slble for their defeat. The match was the first league game rolled on the Y. IM. ' K C alleys this season, the allays being formally opened for the season last night, A splendid crowd was present and there was no end "of enthuaiasm by the fans during ..the game. "Herb" French scored 212 in the first game arfd 200 In the third, he be ing the only roller who-scored 200 or over during the game, The scores; , Trimmers. Kelsey 157 139 150 44 Bowman 15 150 188 603 Putney 145 159 144 418 Hull 193. 176 15 639 French 212 189 200 601 Totals .. 877 ' 813 847-2537 Acmes, Embler 164 170 130 464 Creenhaum 180 153 163 602 Brown 1T.3 145 193 491 Roalh 133 194 183 510 Smith 147 151 146 444 Totals 783 812 8152411 WANTED. One cent a word for eacli lnsertlcn. or Ave cents a word for seven times. BUYING Indies', gents' old clothes; send postal, Sam Wldder, 914 Grand avenue. sill it BICYCLE WANTED. Second hand, re liable nnd of good appearance, eonst erbrako preferred, AddroHS A. It. It, JournnCourcr. 814 tf FOIl SALE. One cent a word for ouch Insertion, or Ilve conH a word for seven times. FOR HALE. New two family house, live rooms cueh floor, with improve nieiits. ono .room in ulliu lor each family. Front' stairs to attic, waler cloHiil and Htuk In utile, wpariile wasdi truys in co'liir, Thuclior furnaces, hii'Ub puiilry, muiilels, wiln tiled facing, uoulilo floors, tiled veatlbule, W ill b hnlshed loth of Octc er. 1'rlce $rt.ri k Morigagt) ot J3,fi00 can remain at t per emit, iloiiee ojieu every day. Including Sunday. Eiuiuiro Fiann iogurty.'iu Howard avenue. 'I BILLY goat, one year old. u pet. 912 Stultblfcel. Gentle and s23 tf PI ANO, upright, tu good .condition. Ap ply i'la no, this onlce. s22 21 -t STEIN W A Y' lipilsht piano, $160. Will arrange payments in suit purchaser. Aildress, N. S., Courier. b22 21 PilONOGll IMIS repaired, tun, 37 Church filled. A. B. Clln s21 if PIANO, upright. Fischer, 1126. 23 Chinch street. Clinton, s21 If KRANK'll and Bach piano, 875. Clin ton, 33 Church street. 2l.tf ONE DRIVING mare, 6 year old. foal; and one cheap, good buulness horsu, 46. 912 SL.te sUvet. , E21 It CHEAP. Lot on Foote treet, 66 feel front, between Dlxwell uvenuu and Winter street, Burlon Mansfield, l-.iv Chambers. sl!l 61 A MODERN (new) two-family house, five large rooms each floor, every Im provement, steam heat, 1urgu lot oil tine residential avenue, ahude Ireei. Small amount down. Partly furnished if desired. Address X X X, Courier office. . 18 7l MEN'S new Fall hats, 1.00, SI. 5) and $2.0". '1 he Sample Hut Store, 437 State street. sl8 lino FOR BALE. A Winchester steam fur nace. (No. 16) In good condition. Will sell for half price. 652 Chupel street. siu u FOR SALE. Church and lot DOxl'JS, 66 Park street. Apply to A. J. llainng ton, 3 Arch street, Ansonlu, Conn. 1 s!4 7t FOR HALF One Mathushok upright plan and one Mason & Hamlin ornaii for sale cheup. Mr. L. Russ, No. 1U1) State street. Jy 17 tf AUCTION SALE. One cent a word for eacn lnsertlcn, or five cent a word for seven times. AUCTION SALE R. B. Maltory, Auc ' tloneer and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel. 'Phone 2360. Residence 434 Edge wood Ave. 'Phone 2481-2. Household tales a specialty. BUSINESS CHANCES. one cent a word for eucti Inserttvu, or flv cent a word for seven '.Imi 1 IN'C'REAHE your business by sending out perlect iniitalions of typewritten letters to a list ol customers made up for you al the City Directory Olllce, 20'i Meadow slreet, Come 'in. and talk It over. s21 2mos FOR SALE Furnished room lioust 161 Meadow street. ,Roohim always filled. Place can be inspected uny time, Par ties leaving town. Jy23 tf JHSSSIiXNa One cent a word for each Insertion, or nve cents 1 word (or seven time DRESS. HAKIMS First-class dressniaK Ing; ladles' suits; shin walHls, cm. Price reasonable. 21 Edgcwood ave. , crns TR.vvEMxii fast. Chop Down (ilniilH1 Loud to fl Points Naps Draw Ahead. Chicago's double victory over New York on the latter's home grounds yesterday brought the lenders down to within six points of their formidable western rivals for the National League pennant. It now needs but the Wln nng of to-day's gnme by Chicago to put that club, In the lead In the race. One victory for New York 'Would close her pear's play against' the strong teams of the western division with' a margin of five points on the right side, from the standpoint of tho present leaders. So narrow Is the margin, however, and so easily may It be wiped out altogether, that Interest in the two games In the Chicago's acrlcrj yet to bo played Is at the very highest pitch. Pittsburg dropped back a bit in comparison with Chlengo by win ning but one game to the latter cUi h'a two but galnud materially on , New York. Cleveland drew' further ahead In the- American League race, again de feating New York while Detroit was once more beaten by Boston. Chicago and St. Louis did not play, and the former team is now hut one point be hind Detroit which seems lively to drop further In the standing unless its game of the past few days Is great ly Improved upon. HELP WANTED MALE. One cent a word for eaeii insertloi:, or live cents a word for seven time. WANTED Salesman; must be' able to produce results on a high grade proposition, call between 8:10 a. m.' 31u . M, C. A. building. . ill) it WANTED Jones' Select Employment Aguucy, 23 Church street. Uc lectio in 23U3. Counuctlcui's liigesl Auunoy male and leiuulu help supplied for hibi1 cuutlle nnd doinestlu servlua tor "lf und nil kinds of. work.. Sunt an yw hers. W.lN'i It'll l'Oll V. 8. AIUIY .Able bod led uumurrled nmn, between 18 and 35; cltlsu.i of the United fiitatou; ol! good uharucler and temperate habtu, who can speak, reud and write' EnglUlu Apply Recruiting Ollluer, 890 chupel suVut, New Haven: 706 Mum ireU llurttord; 1022 Main strout, Brl'dgepiuli lu8 Bunk street, Watarbury. Jyl lyr srruATroNjjyANT One com a word for each Inscrilou, or llv vwiit a word tor ssveli limes. INTELLIGENT, capable Boardmaii suliuoi buy, 18, wains work,' preteiu blv 111 ullice, utieriioou una taiuiuayj. uii Uiovti blibcl, 12 ti iU'XP VANTJtD--FEA One cent a word fur uacli InsoiUou. - or live cent a word fur kevsii iimei. A GIIU, to do duy's work or laundry worn. 101 L' strtel. wan uo diijii. ... Mo H WANTED. A youilif gi'l to aoibl li Mium.11 .und uinuitf i.jtim. vue wn.) is wining 10 go uooie. ioiai'U U-r 111 plenum, Cuu m lu V.0U11 u.iei. xui. .1,1-1. ! A.V experienced chamlnrtnaid and Gviuiuii, DWi'ilmll 01 .utcii tin p.u- lei'leu. Kfleleiiuiii. cuu Utinee,. ti una i p: in. .so, i ,n.iiej avuiue. i at, i WANTED, Woman with eneigy t.i I liul'vc, ot goou audie.,, lu ,..t.. b.,, neHti pe'.tpie, oy oiu ttiuoiit.,tu j concei ji. etraiglu cituii an...., l llllill li.. ,11111 ItllHlB. VJ1I11U1 1UI I V Ijl L,l . son 01 rigni temperament, i.toj.j.. 1, Courier. - oi'i 41 , MltS.'hEALM furnisher nisi'Clas iui,. Give her a iriul, iui. i-v. 4 DIkwuII uvtnue. ... . ti REST help supplied, idis. PdUeibo.l, jj nullum, m .l iuu, xvi. aw.-. 1 .... 4 ,u,n WANTED. Ail good help shuUiU ta.l jieic. e ftuppi uli inn uoji Ai.o..e und always nceu large number. cne limn Kelluule Euipioj iik lit 'ajiui''. 7li3 Clllipul. ' upch eit-illiigs. ' nil-t it PTTltJWAM O110 cent a word tor eacn' inuei u.01, or tlvo ceuta a word lor uevn nine. I1Y TWO youirg women, as cook and , waitress, 9a la i' raiiK.aireet,' Best I'ei ereiice. . .' Uii 21 " II V competent girl, a cook. In private laiiiuy. iai Curusie stiuet. bit It EXPERIENCED girl for general house work, lull, ub ilunbUil siteel. , ult It II V young lady, position, a bookkeeper, Can run typewriter. ,A. J., Courier. S22 it DAY'S work wanted by competent Human, or wasuing home. .ltt lux well uvuulie. Tel. Hjs4-H. S22 U A HI". I.I 111.10 young wumun desires position us companion 10 an eidci'lj lauy. Audi ess (J., uox 2bu, Uanielsou, Conn. s21 it , , WAVI'ED Uy well recommende Hungarian, situation at .genera. houKenurs. 15 Wuinui street. ' mitr'ni I . : SELECT help, best situations. Ml', neouid, vl Court, ijei iiiau, . Engnst HpoKcn, Ttlepnone. sift , linu t- omN, with' sixteen year old girl (luHirou poalliou as coon. Rel'erenoel Al. Girl tu wait 011 uibie or care 10) ciiildruii. .Addi'teu al. M. C, Courier Of lice. ' . . all tt 111' MlDDLErAOEII womnn. First cliia.t cook in private laoiily. ist wasuing or ironing. 11 llruoiey street H US SITUATION WANTED Colored woin nn us cook In oily, or general holism work, uli.o woman wants laundry woili at home or will go out washinir by tin day. M., 104 Va Dlxwell avenue, thin lloor. . ... auijdi DOGS. One cent a word for each iiititoi,, or live cents a wod for n -n in,..-. DOfiS boarded and tor salo. At trim prlso winning Hoston terrier, Cham plon bred . French bulldog. Reu'soniio.i lees. Vine Cottage, 22 Ward street Savin Rock. 'Phone 9432-5. auS4tf NINETY -EIGHT CANDIDATES. KiH'ortl Nutr'jer for Hllfli Schoo Eleven Try for Erasmus School. Harold Kennedy, the N. II. i II. S football manager, In order to make hi schedule an Interesting one, has se cured Erasmus school of Brooklyn, th probable champions of New York st at for October' 21. Just to give a fain Idea of what tho local high eleven wl. buck up against when they play Kras mus hull would bo to give a sketch 0 what thu Brooklyn youngsters are do lug. A meeting of the Erasmus candidate, 'was held and the announcement wa niiide thut ninety-eight candidates haw asked fur places on the team a recor number for any Brooklyn school. Twen ty-flve candidates practiced yesterda while fifty will be given a trial todaj Out of last year's cloven, six stars ar left and under the abld coaching 0 dome of their graduates, will prove tough proposition to the N. H. H. I Yesterday the, local high went throug the usual practice tinder the supervl slon of Captain Davis.'