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THE 'MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2?, 1908.
SET FIRE TO HARTFORD WINNER REAL ESTATE. i i i 1 1 m Without a Past cy inc xime orumary eggs "or Accept jj pass through several hands, no one 1 knows their history, and it's up to you to find out how good they are. .Don't do it. There are eggs that are t T ' guaranteed. Eggs without a past. They come in sealed boxes of a dozen and ;- . ... are guaranteed. Isn't that worth a few cents? They cost but a trifle more than the "learn ' by experience" kind and you're sure of every one if the seal is unbroken. 'Strictly Fancy Eggs at a reasonable price Blue Ribbon Eggs your grocer can 7 supply you, write us DILLON 6 DOUGLASS. New Jiaven and Hartford, Conn. , Springfield, Mass. Pnovidence, R.I. R. R. BUILDINGS NEWS OF THE STATE days If any Hartford nurchants da lru to see him In the above matter. Big Shutdown of Danbury Hat ters Following Dispute With Employes. HARTFORD SUNDAY SELLING O. V. A. M. Mating. Vaterbury. Sept. 22. The state convention of the Junior Order Vnlt el American Mechanics opened In Red Mrn's hull to-day, President Al fred fireen , of thin, city presiding. Fifty-six delegates attended the convention. Advertising Canvasser Repudiated E, Hart J'enn Named fur Senator. Danbury, cpt. 22 Following, the shutting down pf thg forming mills of twenty of, (he hat factories In this city nd Bethel yesterday an the result of a dispute over ihe matter of payment for hats .damaged In procosH of manu facture, the sizing ilppurtnmnts of the aame factories were cloeed today and about "i.OOO inen employed In that de partment are Idle. The -Manufacturers' association claims that the employes of the islzlhg departments of two faetorlen, who stopped work yesterday, violated the terms of an agreement between the hatters' and 'manufacturers' organiza tions, according to which work was not to be stopped under any clrcuirintartces, pending the settlement of differences by arbitration. It Is expnbted. that the trouble will bo adjusted In a few days. AVent Xo I.lrriwp. . .'WliiHted, Sept. 22. Tlio temperance workers In this city are making a vig orous campaign for no license here this fall. During last night a large sign which said "Vote license,. No" was painted on the rear of a local saloon. Howard Wilson, Son of Assist ant. Fire Chief of Bridgeport, - Tells Strange Story in This City. Local City Fathers Beaten Return Ball Game at Compounce. ' in HELD BY MILFORD COURT mnzrs Hearers by His Frankness Wanted C'lianco' to Put Out ; Blaze-Muy B Tyro-maniac, I Slashed to 1(111. Prldgepnrt, Ppt, 22. Angelo Assess, charged with iisoiult with Intent to kill Michael f'nnipatillle, hurl his one con tinual until September 2., under bonds of 1,R"0 In the city court this morning. Anxega "I'd his brother sre alleited to Imve bartly slnnlied Onnipanllle because he objected to Attention one of the brothers was paying his wife. K. Hart lVnn for Sena tor, Ilartfnrd. Sept. 22. K. Ilnrt Fenn of Wetherslleld wn.s to-day nominated for smntnr from the Fourth Henatorliil dls trlct, enniprlsing the towns nf Hartford, Windsor, Wcthernld Qlastonbury, MEET MISS BARTON Veterans of Ansnnla Vny Respects to Red Cross rounder. Ansonlu, Sept. 22. A number of the members of T. M. Redshnw post, 0. A, called at the home of Mr. and X . Drew, on New street, last evening, 10 pay tneir respects to Miss Clara Jtarton. founder of the Red Cross sod ety, who has been spending a few days here. Miss Barton received all In.hor over cordial manner and the meeting, especially to those who had made the acquaintance of the woman during the dark days of the Civil war, proved a very Interesting one. Pesplte the fact that her years num bered nearly four score and ten, Miss Carton entertained the veterans with stories and reminiscences of her long and eventful life for over an hour. Many of the Incidents which were graphically told, brought back to the lold soldiers memories of the day when they wore the blue. The evening proved one they will never forget. Miss Barton remained In Ansonla un til this morning when she left for New York. TRACK EVENTS ALSO Mayor Martin and ni(j Tarty .Here Are Royally Kit-tertalned. from New Haven Kant anil I'nderellff Opened. Merlden. Sent. rndcrrllfr. the firm tuberculosis sanatorium to be es tablished by any slngln town In the country, was formally nprnpd to-rlny with Governor WnnrlriifT and state tuberculosis commission present. The commission hold a -brief business meet- Imu- In .hlu ..It,, tt.ly ni.,rnltiir ,,,! thi.n Hartford Sunday Srllliijr. . with the state' officers nml others went Wnrtfnrrf Sent 2" In tbn sunerlor ln automobiles to I'nderellff, which U Haruora, &epi. J.. in ino Bupcno.r . (f(1, nt M(1nll,n After an criminal court to-day a test case of I inspection of the building by the guesu the Rundflv law relatlnir to the keen- I the formal exercises eonnecteil with Ing open ot candy stores was begun before a Jury., The-defendant In to-' day's trial was Thomas Condbs, aj Greek, Condos was found guilty on ; both counts by Jhc Jury, who were ! only'abseht from the court room ten j minutes. Four of the other defendants , plead guilty after the. verdict was ren-1 deredf. .. In., moving for sentence the state's attorney asked for the maxl- j mum penalty. Judge Hennett Imposed ! a fine of$25 against each-defendant. , This Is onoVhalf'of what was Imposed. the opening, occurred on the front veramla nf the bull'llagi Including ad dresses by Mayor liellly, of this city. Governor 'Woodruff and Pr. J. P. 0. I-'oster of New Haven, president of the state tuberculosis commission. In tho course of a brief address Governor Woodruff praised the' citizens of1 Merl den for their work and gave assurance that ell that he could do to help along the causes would bo done. CAMEL "PR0H1BS"' MASCOT Replace Emblem of Fountain as In sign la of Xatlonnl Party. Chicago, Sept. 22. Alonzo B. Wilson, state chairman of the prohibition par ty tonight anounced that the prohibi tionists have decided to adopt the camel as their mascot, replacing the emblems of the fountain ao1 the ris ing sun, which have stood as the Insig nia of prohibition. Among tho reasons advanced by Mr. Wilson for the selection are that the camel Is the original water wagon, that It can discern a fresh supply of water further than any other quadruped, that It can travel faster than the elephant or tho donkey and that It can always get a hump on Itself. Confessing ln the city court to havlifg set fire to railroad buildings at Nau gatuck Junction on Ave different occa sions, Howard Wilson, the nineteen year old son of Assistant Fire Chief Eugene , Wilson of Bridgeport, sur prised a number of men employed In the malntpnance department . of the New1 Haven road, who were present when the lad told his story; Wilson Bay he built the fires Just to see them burn, and helped put them out. In each case Wilson tilways reported the fires to the New Haven offices through the maintenance department, of which he waa a member, He wan taken be fore Judge Hepburn of Mllford yes terday and tho caae was continued ia week. .; Wilson la a iroctlcal electrician and has been In .the employ of the railroad for the past five months. Be fore that time ho was employed at Keith's mth 'street theater, New York city. The last Are occurred at the Naugatuck Junction on September 16, and the officers made up their minds to ferret out the Incendiary as Area were happening al most regularly once a month. Chief H. McMahon of the road's special agents with Division Special Agent Teller, Agent W. H. McCullough and Deputy Sheriff James Marr of Mllford went to work on the case. The evidence all showed that the flres were discovered In each Instance by Wilson and reported by him. All the evidence was circumstantial, but Monday Wilson was placed under ar rest. When confronted with the evi dence at New Haven Wilson admitted setting all of the Ores. Yesterday morning before Judge Hepburn the young man was the chief witness against himself. ' He told of the flres freely, 'and when asked by the Judge If he did not know what he was say ing would be used against him he said he was aware of the fact. When ask ed If the charge against him were found to be true he responded that he had full knowledge of his liability In the case. xHls frankness In telling the court about the flres amazed his hearers. To the detectives he talk of his acts freely and stated that In starting the Are he used engine waste and gaso line. Bristol, Veteran Tles. Pept. 22. Patrick nnrry, a In theilowcr court : V. Valentino B. Long. Prad, Hartford, 'Sept.- 22. Valentine H. Lang,' vice president ot tho Hartford Hubfeei, Works company, died sudden, ly of -heart trouble, this afternoon at 1 o'clock, .at his home, No. 10 Tre- tn-dav. need Til years. Ho served throughout the war with Company It Thirteenth Massachus etts Volunteers, " Milk Goes Vp. j morft street. ' He1 arrived' hortie this WANTED TO BURN MONEY Miss Wiiterbury. fient. 22. The Wnterbtirr I Milk Producers' association, niter ef fecting a permanent organisation nmnng llin 3;i producers from Waler- ,.".."' . 7. .'-TP . : ,1Hr " , ,l .,'"'.,n I hel.aif of Miss Barry I llt'l'l 1 .-Hill . nt tV rili't'llIlK IM'HI III Ult , .,. un nranflAl i huv iMtHHen n voir hxiiik inn ni'K'e or mi.-,, h,.. ib ....a . u- ...nu ma . . - ! ..II ...in. ..-.it it.. .. .... . iMirn I i.i i l J in nt in m ur- w"l in morning at iu o ciock, irom a trip to , in hhir uhi i.jr u.e n siermirj- mar- nfm. ome nlace her wealth even hlKhrr i kci hi ceins ner nunri, irom .No- ,1, i..iio,.i 1. ...m .....h 'onservntor Apiwiinted Over Harry, of Ansonln. Ansonla, Pept, 22. Judge Kdgerton, of the probate court has appointed At torney Carlos H.- Storrs conservator over Miss Mary Barry. Application for the appointment of a conservator was made last week by Bartholomew IVilan a nephew of Miss Barry and the board of cluu-itles. Attorney K. M. McCarthy appeared tor the applicants while At torney Ktorrs opposed the application In The hearing wtis sn extended one, decision beln Columbus, O, of being .111 and did not complain vember 1 to Mny I, nn Increase of Hi cents over the present prlee, Advertising Cnnvnsser Repudiated. Hartford,-Kept. 22, The Brother hood of Railway Clerks repudiates E. H. .Wlnchell of Jferlderi, who,' tho union cUilms, has been obtaining ad vertisements In Its tiHthe from mer chants for a "shippers' guide." "Ths brotherhood' tfave Mr. Wlnchell no au thority to solicit advertisements In Its nume" snvs V. S Sherwood of Vi-w.!"" ev-' pi-ouucen in t ne territory, name, says e n. nnerwooa 01 ., deHiwned nnd enrved hi. v1 Ol ft to Murk Twain. Dirnbury, Hept. 22. By tho next Aiiierlcnn-Hn wallan steamer from Honolulu to Han Francisco, will go , a hHutlfully carved mantelpiece nd dressed to Hntnuel I. Clemens (Mark Twain). Danbury, Conn., a gift to the celebrated writer from the Hawaii pro. mot Ion committee. The mantel In made of curly kon, or Hawaiian mahogany, and Is oh'o of the finest examples of the cabinet-makers' York, a representative of the union to-day, and he adds, "Neither have we authorized the publication of any Journal ln our name ln this section, I have learned that Mr, Winnheii held a written agreement with William King which purported to give him the nec escary authority from the brother hood, but, a matter of fact, It does nothing of the kind. I have seen Mr, Wlnchell and demanded an account ing from 'him of the money ho' has collected. He has not done It. I am hunting for Charles DoArcy, formerly of New Haven, who was employed In this Work by Wlnchell. Mr. Sherwood can be found at Long's hofeJ for a few It fllft.fiiift. Most of this money It tho result of fifty years of toll In the mills. Imrinif which time Miss Barry Is said to have carried most of her earnings to the bnnkH. Of late years the wom an Is snkl to have become so penurious thnt shv denied herself even the heoes- stirlet- ot life. Although having plenty t ......... . V. ... 'l .. ., .1 ,A . J .... ..J ll IMI'll,; FIIB l-Jlllf.-.l IU DUrilU (Illy It I1U her condition neeame such that nppll cstlnn whs made to the probate cour for the appointment of a conservator, tine or the reasons urged for such ae tlon was that Miss Barry had threaten cd to burn her money and drown her- Heir, SITm OFFER VIOLATES LAW worn for the pat four months. DAMAGES FOR FALL of Helen Walsh Knters IHU 'Heeatise Tumble, Into Hole. Helen Walsh, through her attorney, Edward Lynch, filed a claim for dam ages received through falling Into an uncovered manhole some months ago. This was put Into tho hands of the city clerk yesterday. The complaint stiys that the Injuries received were painful and expensive. The case will bo put before the corporation counsel. PRIZE WINNER. If you want a prize winner then bny a Continental Automobile. This car holds the silver cup for first prize In tho .1,000-tnlle settled-bonnet contest for speed and durability. Tho Conti nental car is recognized as 0110 of the grcut successful machines In tho coun try. If you wunt one leuvo your order ut once orders require at least six weeks to 1111. We would br pleuscd to give (IcnionslniUoii mi) time. Bryan's Prize Againnt New York's Corrupt Practices Act. I New York, Sept. 22. If the democrat- ic mule which William J. Hryan has offered to the election or precinct which makes the best showing in the coming election is or any value, Her bort Parsons, chairman of the New lork county republican committee. Mr, Bryan has violated the laws of this s'nte. In commenting upon Mr. Brvsn's of 1 fer, Mr. Parsons quoted a section of the no-called rorrupt practises art nf New York state which . provides that any person who "gives, offers, or promises eny office, place, or other valuable thing as Inducement to any voter to procure their large or small vote, plur ality or mn.inrny in any election 01s trlct or political division of the state fnv fl enn.llilatA I. Via vaI .-.. nt m election, is guilty of a felony punish nnie ny imprisonment for not more than five years and In addition forfeits the omce to which he may hove- been elected at the election with referene to wn en such offense was eomm tted "It all depends upon the value of the mule, added Mr, Parsons. The Continental Automobile Wlanf'g Co. 121 Olive Street. 'Phone 5232-2. BUSINESS AGENT SUICIDES Officer ot Hartford. lTollejwen's I'nlon Ends His Lire. Hartford. Sept. 22.-Frank J .Martin, 40 years old committed suicide at his home, 635 Broad street nere tooay ny Inhaling illuminating gas. Martin who hss been in ill neaitn ror The Hartford and the city officials clashed on the baseball 1 diamond Ht Lake Compounce yesterday afternoon, and when the smoke of bat tle had cleared off, and the dead, miss- j Ing and wounded carefully estimated, , it was found that the Hartford offi cials were the "one best bet," and had 1 won the game by a score of 8 to I. Pe-1 feat did not dishearten the New Haven I visitors as they were entertained so royally ,hy the Hartford officials and j had such a good time all day that they j were glad to see the honors In base- I ball conferred on the city fathers, grandfathers, and other relatives oMhe i Hartford municipality, The two teams ' mot once before In New Haven when I the position of host and guest were re-1 versed. Then, the game ended In a tie.' The batterl.js yesterday were Per- mody and MeDernmtt for New Haven, and Buckley and Barbour for Hart ford. There were also two events In track athletics, the three-legged race and the 100 yard dash. The latter was won by D. Naylor with Walter Burke sec ond, the three-legged race went to Joseph Holton and Walter Burke. The races were met with enthusiasm and were keenly contested. The trip was started In the forenoon, the 150 from New Haven going to Lake Ccmpnunre by way of Bristol where . I U ..... t . . U A... . U . .tk Of thO railroad I om n,,,. n, mi-i inn ni,,- letlcs, the party went to Hsrtrora where they enjoyed a performance at roll s theater. They came home on a special train which left Hartford at midnight, reaching here at 1:80 this morning. Those from New Haven who took the trip were as follows: Mayor James B. Martin and his secretary, Charles W. Tuttle, Town Clerk Fred Whltaiker, Assessors Fred erick Lehr, John Doughan, John Ho gan and Timothy Callahan, Plrector of Public Works Francis Foley, 8u perlntendent of Streets William Cro nln, Superintendent of Sewers Joseph Mulvey, Superintendent of Charltl and Corrections Jacob Frollch, Judge John B. Studley and Clerk John L. nllann nf the hrnlintA court, niilldlnff Inspector Joseph H. Austin and his as sistant,' Joseph O'Brien, Registrar of Vital Statistics Andrew P. Allen, City Attorney Samuel E. Hoyt, Judgo Richard Tyner and Clerk Hubert Dlckermnn of the city court; Corpora tlon Council Edward II. Rogers and his assistant, Edward P. U'Meara, Commissioner of Charities and Cor rections Edward. K. Rourke, Judge Ernest L. Simpson of the court of James Maxwell and Arthur N, Dean, Alderman Tatrlck 8. Cunning ham, Senator, Dennis Blakcslec, In spector jonn uuonnen, oi tne board of health, John H. Court ney, candidate for senator of tho Tenth district. Sheriff I'hlllp Hugo, Fire Commissioner Joseph Cunning ham, Charles Anderson, Manager. John Howard and Charles Selk, of the Sprlngslde Home, Inspector John Gib bons of the department ot health Thomas Gibbons, democratic nominee for senator from the Eighth district, YORK STREET $70 A fifteen room ndetaehed houia In perfect order and new steam heat er, Room all very pleasant. Bulw able for first-class boarding home, ALDEN AVM WESTV'E $30 A seven-room rent ln a two-family house. It has six rooms on Hist floor and one on third. Hot air lio.it and all improvements, On car line. CLINTON AVENUE . . $25 Vsry pleasant second floor rent of seven rooms In desirable neighbor hood near car line. House iiss all Improvements, a newly decorated. ELLSWORTH AVENUE $25 A six-room new house with all Im provements and hot air heat., It Is a light, pleasant house and conven. lent to trolley. $60 ROOMING. HOUSE A slxteen-room house .with all Im provements and steam heater. Is well arranged snd rooms are pleas ant. On Academy street. CENTER STREET $30 A detached frame house ef eight room with all Improvements. It Is on block- from the trolley and .iai a good yard. Call for key, BOULEVARD $27 ' Six-room rents In a new two-family house now being finished between Whslley Ave. and Kim strset. All Improvements, separate entrance. SMALL RENTS -$9T0 $I5 Between twenty and thirty rents all ' In perfedt older and In all parts of the city. Some . have a bathroom. Call or send for a list. TIL. 8118 Nowisthe Time to Buy. Let UsShow You. Am m woa left alone in tne nouse todav for & short time by his wife who! '-'"as J"Pn -nn, josepn nugnson on her return found him lying on the bathroom floor dead. The gas wss turned on full force from a Jet in the room and the doors and windows tight ly closed. Medical Examiner H. S. Fuller was called in ana gave a ver dict of suicide. Martin who was employed as a mo- torman on the locar street railway was president of the Hartford Central La bor union and business agent for the Trolleymen's union. He leaves a widow. THOMAS NOMINATED. for Peinoernts Name Man to Hun Judge of Probate. Edwin fl. Thomas, secretary of the democratic state central committee, was nominated yesterday for judge of probate at. the district convention' held Irf the LefTlngwell building. He was nominated by Attorney Benjamin Slade and the nomination was second ed by Attorney William A. Wright. Mr. Thomas responded briefly to a call for a speech, saying that If elect ed he would devote all his time and energy to the administration of the af fairs of the probate court, and that no set of Individuals would be able to lay claim for a perpetuation of the pat ronage of that office during his term. The following committee for the pro bate district for the next two years was then appointed: Carleton E. Hoad ley, . New . Haven; Robert Payne, Woodbrldge; and J. D. Merrltt, Ham den. Following the election of the commit tee .Mr. Thorns Invited the delegates and committee to the pneco hotel for luncheon. , OAHY HOME STILL HOPEFUL. ADIRONDACK AFLAME $1,000,0(10 Pnmugs a Pay in Woods of Northern New York. North Creek, N. Y., Sept, 22. The forest fire conditions In all parts nf the Adlrondacks ure grnwlng worse hiurlv with no sign of relief. Although fully D.miu men are engaged in lighting the flames not a slnsrle lire has been check- Led, and the smaller hurnlnn; srens nre rapidly spreeilliiR Into vast conflagra tions. At least 50,0(1.1 acres of valuable forest binds nre ahlaxe and tho .extent of the destruction mny 'be much great er. A hlpr lire has broken out. at North Hudson. In Ussex county, where 2 r 0 men ar: fighting It In two divisions. This fire Is already miles In extent. Small fires nre springing up In a hun dred localities. Washington, Rept. 22. Dr. W. J. Mo Gee of the geological survey, who has returned to this ctly after a visit to the Adlrondacks, states that a. conserv ative estimate of the damage being done In thnt section by the forest fires Is $l,000,Uuo a day. Kteel Man Says Europe's Confidence Is Pased on Taft. New York. Sept. 22. E. H. Gary, the chairman of the executive com mittee of the United States Steel cor poration, who returned from Europe to-day on the steamship Kronprlnzes- sen Cecllle, had this to say about Im proved business conditions: "The recovery abroad has gone far, and there la nothing ln sight to check the movement. America Is very fa vorably regarded, and American sc curltles are being bought with confl dence. This Is particularly true In France, where the feeling toward American business conditions and American securities has improved and is very friendly. "Europe feels assured of the elec tlon of W. H. Taft, and much of the present feeling of confidence rests up on this assumption." ARRESTED FOB PICYCLE THEFT. Julius Avis was arrested in the How ard avenue precinct last night on a charge of. theft. , It Is . alleged that a bicycle was stolen ' from Israel Schwarts and that Avis did the steal ing.. He was taken to headquarters by Patrolman Lynch. and Walter Burke of the tax collector's office, "Bart" Callahan, Sam Smith of the assessors' o(llce, Edwin S. Fickett and Charles Blrely of the common pleas court, Joseph iMaynard and Ber nard Shanley of the controller's office, Charles Fox and Thomas Cox of tho town clerk's offlcs, Joseph McHugh of the tax olflce, Burton Blatchley of the bureau of compensation, George H Rowe of the bureau of charities, City Clerk James' Devlne and his assistant Michael Moran, Jr., Assistant City En glneer Frank Maloney and Fred Jack son, Patrolman Bernard Hope, and William Schappa and Edward Wehner, city hall Janitors. FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS ' MonW (btalned for borrower who have good real entati ecurlty to offer, or Disced for investor who wlh s max imum return with miuiniutn of risk. til; 3118 ..?-.i..: All Kinds of Houses for All Kinds of People. Winthrop Ave., 2-fanilljr house, $0,500 Mine St., 2-fumlly house 3.100 Orange St., 2-fiunlly house,.. , 6,700 Khelton Ave., 2-famlly house... 4,500 CLARENCE D. HALL, Hottest., 1-famlly house.,,. Frank St., 1-fiiinlly house.'. West Hn,veu, 1-fnmlly house. West Haven, 1-fanilly house. ,$20,000 , 2,200 4,f00 , - 5,000 WM. M. HOTCHKIS8. c. D. HALL & CO., THE REAL-ESTATE MEN. Renting, Buying, Selling. Mortgage Iwns, Fire Insurance, Core of Property. Rooms -300-311 Mattey Building. 'Phone 1905. Your Real Estate Business WHO DOES IT? ... AND;-. -IS IT DONE, RIGHT? ,:-.(. What you want done in Real Est u (o, you want done right, and when any business is transacted through this offico the parties to It feci safe and satisfied. M. J. GOODE SB ClltRCH STREEX Rooms 16-18. 'Phone 287-15. 1 Iff I AAMi I 1420 Chapel Si. . ' Fine Brick House.' . . IJIUST BE..S0LD BY OCTOBER' 1. 1 WEST HAVEN BARGAIN. In this beautiful borough by tha sea, on1 one of tho principal 'avenues, one block from trolley, we have fop sale a fine onc-fnmlly house of 13 . f rooms' on lot 103x184 feet, with barn, Three fine modern nouses for sale; , that .m bj, nrflA at . k-rMhi. This open for Inspection afternoons, three o'clock! o, 111) iiinnen street, w tween Livingston and Orange streets. IVIce'and terms right. FREDRIQUE R. X.EWIS, 139 ORANGE STREET. i FIRE INSURANCE. PLANT'S BIG GIFT Offers Highway Commissioner $10,000 to Improve. Roads, New London, Sept.' 22. Morton P. Plant, owner of the Ors-old hotel at Eniitern Point, who recently gave the town of Grnton a $30,000 town hall and raised the town debt 125,000 and who two weeks ngo offered to give $20,000 to macadamise the highway from this city to Saybrook, hns offered State High way Commissioner Macdnnald $10,000 to help pay the cost, of mncsdnmlzlng the post rofld to Frovldenre from Poqiionock to Noank a dlBtsnce of five miles. i The commissioner will confer tomor row with the selectmen of Grnton re garding the acceptance of the gift and as to the fesslblllty of starting the work this f nil. .REALJESTATE FOR SALE. Whallsy avenue, 14-rom detached brick houss and barni Improvement; part cash, balance mortgsger bft prop, onltlon ln the city; call for particulars. Don't pay to the landlord when you enn buy your own home with the aarmt money. We have a number of orfe and two family houses that will please you, and our terms will suit. RUSSELL & ROBERTSON, Real Estate and Insurance, 1000 Grand Avenue. TELEPHONE 15e8-S. For Sale. Valuable old furniture and mirrors. Also a good pleasantly located modern houne for tent. , ' H. J. STEVENS, 916 Chapel Strost. For Information Regarding the ISLE I PINES Write H. B. Kopf, P. 0. Box 1 236 City For Rent. City Point A very de sirable one-family house, I 12 rooms, 2 baths and conveniences; one block from car line. . Rent reasonable. ' MORTGAGE LOANS. The Anthinv &EHith3Me Co. 002 ciiapb;l STREET. TELEPHONE 6048. EDWARD P. BRETT,',', ttCUiDEK AND CONTRACTOR. Cawlnc, Turning and Jobbing In Kinds. Window ant) Cabinet Work, Pack. Wo6d of All Door Screens. Ing Boxes. . 1 PBOtJT STREET. We Have for Solo a Beautiful 12-R00M RESIDENCE. ' Steam Heat and Every liii;ruvitment LOT 100 feet front, 1st dp; In a fine location ln WEST HAVEN, A BARGAIN. ! Room 202, Exchange BtilldlDg, t Telephone 5249-3. FRED CHAT FIELD, Pre, am Tress. JAMES H. CI-iATFIEUV iWy The Geo, M, Grant Co, MASONS AND 6ENERAL tOHIMIOHS. Room. 201. Exchange Bids. Tl. i.it j III Capl St hnnsa Is finished in mahogany, oak and sycamore, and has all Improve ments, with open flirplncc, etc , Moorehead & Donnelly, S3 Church Street, floom SO. . TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CHAPEL ST., i Steam . Heat, Elevator - and Janitor Service included. Benj. R. English. : 839 Chapel Street. For Sale. ; On' Chapel street, between Woostel place, and Chestnut street. A ono family brick house of 13 rooms., Pries B,600. Judson & Hauff, Room 402. 802 Chaps! St. FOR SALE. A central student rooming house. Will net the purchaser (i87o) eighteen per cent, yearly. ' " :" ' '"' ' Money to. loan In soma, to suit s" :, - . ..-... : ; L G. HOADLEY, ' Room 215, Washington Building, 89 CHCRCH STREET. OPEN EVENINGS. : FOR SALE. A desirable one family house. DiHaht street, sonlh ol ChapeU . J O. PUNDERFORD. 1H OHCTtCn STREET, FOR SALE. Central Property for Investment PRICE $8,000. Iv a busy locality, and permanentlj rent? for enough to maka an easj net return' of $500 a year for interesl on the Investment. ( WM. H. H. HEWITT, 813 Chapet Stree.