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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1908. V-".dbs! New Haven's Most Reliable Store Some Dress Goods' Bargains For Wednesday FOR Wednesday we place on sale 1,000 yards of modish Dress Goods at prices Lower thanwe could buy the goods in the whole sale market today. It was a Grand Scoop. Don't expect to get them on Thursday because they'll be snatched up, every yard, on Wednesday; 38 Inch all-wool fish'tor . able Chicks; gresnand b'u: ani grey tones and other o: - the new che:k effects. 29cts Yard 45 Inch All-wool Invisi ble striped and che:kcd i:n!tncr. the newest, in navy wine, old b'.ur, brown, olive ani fjrey, $i Dress Goods 59cts Yard YUUK Shoes, to be rertect as to r it. ana ftp ol the sB arrest last. n:ein't be expsn- j OP' - ' -' - J X. - -st- sho: for womin. A hmctred Always 23.00, PERSONAL NOTES Mr. Henry A. Loomls of 7"S Howard avenue, and his sister, Mrs. Touls F. Trench, will go to Hartford to-day to attend ths hlg reunion of the r.oomls family at 'Windsor, Conn. Th program for the musical exor cises at the annual meeting of the Connecticut Teachers' association at Woolsey hall on Friday afternoon, which is undT th direction of Super visor Benjamin .Tpson Is announced and is a vpry Interesting one. It ivlll he Interspersed with selections by graduates of tho sehools. Chorus Come Let's he Happy.... Marst.on. Chorus Nicht Pong Marion Baritone solo "Vision Fair" .... Mnpsenet Tlsrold V. Hnnle. Chonis Pilgrim Chorus ....Wagner Chorus Wattle Hymn Marstnrt Kent Quartet Margiierlta . ..Hawley Were Very Busy With Wedding Parties Didn't you know that this is our specialty planning novel ties in delicious Frozen Goodies for wedding parties ? Why, yes. Call us up No. 774. , Incidentally, let us remind you that we make the Finest Ice Creams in the county. THE HARRIS HART CO. GUNS AND OF THE BEST QUALITY. Edison Phonographs Victor Talking Machines and Records! . and Kecords A CHOICE STOCK TO SELICr FROM. POCKET CUTLERY OF THE BEST MAKES. Key Fitting;, Knive) ani Sdisors Shirper.el. JOHN E. BASSETT'S 0UN STORfi, 5 Church Si. Fine Bhc 44 Inch All-woo Frrn:hVoie, a choice, crispy h.ndiome Voile. 11.25 Vo'.le. 85cts Yard B!ac' 54 Inch Heavy English Suiting a sort ot chfviot hut not as rojp;h as the regular cl eviot. chitc stuffs for winter suiti and coati. $1.50 ,'oods. 98cts Yard IMHWMMMttMIIMIHIIMIlMIHIIM J styles and $3.j0 and 24.00 Mrs. Noble P. Bishop, Miss Ocrtrud" Hiiell, Mrs. Klverton l-'lsk, Mrs. Km ma Alln Hull. Chorus Sweetness of Friendship., Marsto'i i 'horns I.ihrtj Song .. Marston ; Soprano solo (n) Prayer from Tos.-a . . . . Plncclnl (b) Th Sweetest I 'lower Vaniler Ptl-k-n Miss Pylvla M. Kleoek. Chorus Night's Shade P.n.dnl fhoru.f-Prayer from Moses In K,pt !,,., ni ,,, ., tm ,,,,, ,,. , ., ,' ' ' ' J,',"'; Hosl,il ; (,,,,,,1,1!,,,, , 11f, ,,,jr,.( f this con Male Quartet Selections. fe,e..o , i,.-i ,u ,n.i Wallsen Movie, Charles F. William. HoracA Smith, William Mrru. i Chorus Hall Fairy i.ti.n . . Itened'et Chorus Years Ao our Father.., I i Mini :;i it (rrand organ neenmpanlst - I'roi', Harry r Jepsnn. Rehool pianist Miss H. E. Hopan. Mls Ruth Hootfl, prlnelpal of the On-hard street school, left to.,la fur New York, where she will til ship for Knuland and the continent n metnlier of thp Pehool Tehers tour avraneed by Mr. Alfred Mnsey, din public-spirited Fntrllshmnn, .vho, somethinK more than n jear t:.i, brought or-er 500 EnellJili teachers America, to study our cnnnlry and r-d-ucatlo.vii methnils. A course in current history Is ti v... given In this r-lty by Mrs. Aenes tmii Mitchell of the Woman's Press club, New York city. The first lecture will b. glvn nt the residence nf Mrs, Oenrge TV. Lewis, 4ft Howe st.v. t Thursday, at 10:30 a. m. All in'-i ed in this subject will be w -i in-.e President and Mrs. Arthur T. Hart ley have issued cards for a recept tlon in honor of the Hrlttsh mbasi dor, the Right Hon. James Hrym, who delivers the Dortste lectures this year, at the Yni School of Finn Art? on Friday evening, October 2 3. The entertainment Is Riven for Yale's dls tlnpulshed guest on the day following the see.ond and last of the lectures. At that time he n ill he the house guest of the Rev. and Mrs, Anson Phelps Stokes, Jr. The hours of (h- reee.ptlon are from 8 to 11 o'clneli, Mr. and Mrs. W'illard C. Fitch who have been spending the summer ;,t Pine Orchard have taken an apart ment at S39 Humphrey street for the winter. Two Philadelphia medical students i employed their summer vnentlon hunt ing rattlesnakes and copperheads U the mountains near Emmlttsnurg;. They captured a number of lar)r reptiles, from which they obtained about fl.,in worth of venom, whlrh will he shipped to Paris. AMMUNITION THEWOMS' BOARD Annual Meeting- of New Haven Branch Held in This City Yesterday. MRS. FRUDDEN PRESIDES lorts Itoi'flM'd Showing Work Ac conijdlslicd to He 'ery Ma cnuruRiiiK. At. Center church chape yesterday afternoon Ihe first fall mealing of the New Haven brunch uf Ihe Woman's Beard of Mis.Hlonw was lndd. The meet ing was h n iiniiHtiMlly iiHoretdins uite and vus attemled liy a larse niunher. Ml.. H. J. Pruddon, presided. The meeting ynn opened by pru y or by Mi. Cut line;, followed by the reading of the treasurer's report by Miss Kdlih W'ool cy, and the report uf the secretary by Mrs. V. H. lMilrchlld. An account of ! the work done during the year was embodied In the report, also reports of the coniKy meetings held, reference be- ing made to the delightful atmosphere of goocl fellowship which prevailed. The ; work accomplished by the. company of workers ,.nt abroad Is certainly most encouraging and those who have been a part of the effort which has made It possible, for these workers to be sent ; Into the fields may surely feel that j their efforts have nut been vain. Miss A. S. Tib hernial), ca ve an Inter- , ("sting account of tlv missionary com- ' mission service (,f farewell to Miss S-il-llinan who was sent to Turkey In the spring by the American hoard. i Appeals were read lv Mrs. Prudden for arthb-s for box. s which will be sent out in .Nov eo.bi'i- anil . ,, ill nr. A very delightful lalk was given by Miss Kdlth Wools,. y, who t'dd what she saw of mission at various station- in China and India during a trip around the world from which she has i.veiilly re turned. One of the most interesting and surprising things which Miss Wool.iey ppoke of wa.s the beautiful singing of the Chinese children. A visit to a. temple In India was described, where were seen the positively heath-' en element, and schools, hospitals and churches which h:no been found, d and are growing rapidly under the care of our missionary nn-n aod women. The hospitality of the missionary houses was also referred to as being of- tlv most t effect kind. Following Miss W'oolsey's talk. Mrs. W. It. lanfor;'!i read sonn cti'-rent news from Turkey, splendid letters were read from those In charge of va rious piKMons abroad. Th singing of hymns was Inter sperse. and the me.-tiiig closed with n praver by Mrs. Maynard. 'A social time followed during which pamphlets and books of In1re.s v ere ,11-trllHile-l. r: misi.i ns opi: nooits. Willing to Jet .teroinc's liuter Suspected plmv nt Any Time. New York, Oct. 13.-- About a ,1. 17.cn men c onueit-'il with plaeis under sus picion as gambling house .-i-e before i nlstl-t.-t Attorns- Tf-i-o.-.w. -in.l A -.ti . ,n ., , Mlstrlct Attorney Murphy to-,liiy. ( I nry mnsteii mere Hail li'-r n no gnni- i bllng. ! In the vnvloif- po!,-o Nation: are ! lists contalnlniT the addresrs of places !susp,red and th" nninrs of sumo of itllO I'ltv's ffllllMOS IT!lllH-tli.1-U Uu, tier's ofJlcf i!.n':o surf tb'-re would be none in the lniu'e.!.tte future In the clC,- l'CM', Mr. .lerotiie v.int-d to Ri-t pnrnili "Ion from the men l- .Hln:; the I.-its-.-.-: on the suspected .lr,,-f-s fr-f his mi n or any of the .i .1 f .- t-i . t.tcf the li"!:e z a' t:n tl-ii" to make an Inspee. tlen. Th 'ini"ionr-. ivHn's-M acree.l to th'.s- tMHI- MniMMM aim a MM'.- ,i. .,1m Mother li-it. 'ii hns n"iv ho, u ili ; K-ll'li' Hut 111 rfi n't T p'l - t !ie pt il- . I a . ni- voip- Braiidni.i ' k and very soft'i. to in ni.i Mother in.' . -r- fl -'I" lo l-se i,,'u PhHadr-lphln Pr-s, ' i e! I , b'tt bp n r e . the blnck kecs. - BROOKLYN MUSIC ACADEMY AND LEADERS IN FOREIGN MISSIONS CONVENTION. pcauso of the dlso'iletude p Turkey arid the n,nu, states particular inirrc.M i enters In the convention of the America n Pnard of Kondon Mitislonn, Welch lie,;-e.u rf. l,-n. in tin- Acad-my of Music, Prool-.l'. p, .V. V yes terda.v. Ilcv. .I.tmeji I,. 'nri..n, snilnr secretary of Cic Imard. who has Jnt returned from a world tour, brings some sMrlHpif st iflsth s of the proitrrss of religious work and of the Industrial schonl-i in Turli'y and coptisruotis eoun'rl's. H "v, lr. 'hi.rles Si. Mills, of St. Louis, and P." v. .Vr-wdt liwhrhl llilli-. I'roo'ilyn. are-ai lice (Igures In tl-.c iioifirriii (,-, incnafe tii" rTnurrcs of the six rjy und ms- t ; . r- iau.se of iil.at ion in the l'"ar Ka-l, gp - VNp"V '"''iByb JSEfl - V We weald be pleased to WrR'M ' W9M SSffM&9V9 After Eioner Coffees, Des- M Z )3mh. : Monson's i Another mlistltuie for enal Is report- erl rrom (jnliein, where n native en gineer lini mnde a cmiiiilna I Inn of crude petroleum, cinders and sand, Into bricks ! ni' l,rliiie 1 1 cm. "which may he us,,d as fuel by any Ininsehcld In place of ci a hundred cilon (:'i. 1 iionndsi to ens', only Jl." A SMi-i.-lv has been funnel In inn nu fnc I nit these lii'irlis, ,im a fac lory l li he placed in (peraliim al KlorlaUorf. FAIR HAYEK NEWS Principal Graves Takes Decided Stand Against His Boys Play ing Football With Gram mar School Teams. "As Ions as I urn principal of tills ! liool, I will never iiive my coitpetil for a Strong si hool team to play foot ball with any tennis from ihe, other sehools," said Principal Graves yes terday. "It is all rltsht for the boys to have h friendly ganm among tlienifPl Vfs, but all I lie rough play attending a match game, I urn opposed to. Why Jut think of It: Lust Saturday in one. of the games there were 17 knocked I senseless. It's all nuiixtii.se such rough play. It Is bad enough for grown men. but 1 will never consent for the boys of this school to so Into any such 1 rough play." It will be remembered t that one year ago when the ipicsiioi) jcanif up tor organising a Strong school ! football team to compete with the nth j or grammar school .teams, l'i'liie'p.il lirau's put his font right down and s.iitl It could not b done. Many of the: pupils are this season playing jimcV lice games just among their own iium- 1st reel, writes from her former home In ber, but not with any other grammar i Michigan, where she Is' visiting rela school. jttves, that her health which was some- 'what Impaired when .she left Fair Ha- l.uzenie F- Barnes, for many years Republican reglslnir In the Twelfth ward, was asked last evening how his j canvass in listing voters to be made, I was progressing. "Why, our first print- j od list will he out tomorrow," be ex- ' plained. "We might to have about , 5(10 voto: s in the Twelfth for this cb c- 1 Hon," he continued. "There arc about 15(1 new names to be made, a smaller ' number than four years ago. Mill wln n j tile next registration is made you w ill Me a si altering, Just ns there always' is the year aft-r the pr, si.iemial . I?c ilon. Tin- number of voters is always! much reduced. I don't know w m re I hey g-i lo. "I! is uncb rstood the inters! in Hie Kleventh ward will mi line.- ' about l..""i0. The Tw.ll'tli Is far out-, stripping the Kleinith, e'.cry .voir and has long been one of the largest wards ; In the illy. When the territory b twe n the Mill and the yuinnlpiac was cbvid- j cd Into tlie Uh.-w nth and Twelfth I wards back In the TO's. the tun nero; about equally divided, as to tile num ber of voters, the Twelfth had 7151 names on its list and the Kleventh was oust-,pe,l the Kleventh is shown by the fact that the former has now over l.itnii tnoi-p voters than the latter. Tills evening will he nulip busy as there are many meetings to be In Id. In Hie first place, many will go to th big Republican rally In the enter of the city this evening. At Fast Peart street church, Professor Wetzel of Yale university . to give readings un ib r the auspices of the Kpworth lea gue, .t the parish house of Cra,-e P. K. church Attorney liwlght W, Tuttl' is to (oil nf his experiences on a recti t trip In pouth America: this a' the fltst m-'tlt g this season of the Men's club. The I a-l!- s' Aid society of the 'irand Aieiiuj (taptl-t church bold their an nual iiieetini in the chapel this nfter foon at J at wtiich reports will be read ae. ,,ff I, -, -rj ,Mn-e,. At 6:"e the lulie ulll s-'-ie their flrM church supier o' ithe tp.ison. All who arp to contribute to th.- rummaee s I r soon to he held nr-- t . 'til' . i ed eh,-ii. to-lny. to uend nrtieles to the I't pa ra tions are t i be made by the c-i.e-al and special committees nf the pa'isli for Him h' 10-fti.shtr. f.'lr of Pt. It,v.c's ( hur h .vni. h begins In Music ' hall tomur'oiv evenlna-. The FunshitK- Social chili ni'-ets thl evetiiti? and a mo--k Init'aMou w:l! be ...if- nf the features. This oiiivM aft riVMti n of r.. the fv rsevre ill ttlve a niii-t Ite-ir',-., the ah.ie, there is-1 1 1 be a. mnl'"r of imlce an-1 social ?.i'he"injs. so it ifo,,i;si's tn h" a pretty I u y cv en it 'Ih'le H ere 1 1 !St a I la ' i oil nf i. (fleers ! the lil.i-'ilU' of i:e ,'l(in loilur--., St ir of I'iethlehem, last evepluiT, fo!-l-ii'ed ly a oclal hour. P.ef-eih:iirnts I'.ete s-rvpd, there was a lariie ,K- yMBj,,. iW v ! wmmk 1 Mrs. Herilta Ayrlon lias sueeeeded in iPWPlrV I vWwM '- W Jm&MM I aacerljiniuir the i-ause of the rcfrnctorv JCH Cll Y V44&lWWWfyWMM f of the Scarcl,liRm in cerlnln Ci i WllAbWLfS P .sand in ,s,,S.a.e,,,,,f,TlJ StOfG. WW Lt&it'mi ' luiiran:- caned on rrniessnr v4$ PA ii tlXWtM " mveatlmitn lli trouble some , I IIM I ill ' B"' Afr .....king niauy hives. 357.859 Chapel St. I if i-n M 4 $m. Bk mmmlfm I "kl 1 ",K ' im-iii-,I Ihe nruhleiu ever c I Wltt, FnV S pfflPVll Ii IN u-iic, wlm Ih Ihe. only woman iioiii miZ. Z im!..!! m iiiediil fi'-r invni'ih-il In .i wiuiiiui n.v Ihe JPfV. CSV I IS cmqiwrM&.s sent.) tendance and it was a very successful j meeting of the lodge. : uf the four member.-! of the Klnji family, who have been ill with typhoid! fever two of litem, the. daughters, have rcroveied. The parents art both sick j yet. 'Mr. Kin? whn Is nt Ihe ,v H i-( veu hospital, had the hardest attack, but he is now salniiiK steadily. Mrs. KIiik is recovering at the fumlly resi dence lu Poplar street. Miss Til III1 KIiik has Just been discharged from the New Haven hospital and her younger sister, who was the Arm d the family to show sypiuloms of the ills ease, has also recovered. At the funeral of the late Mr. Fan nie Bradley recently held n number of! Fair Haven oi ganlzatlcns and friends, besides soc.c ties In the center of the j city contributed handsome flora I tilh-j utes. The family of the deceased ap-1 predate all the services or their menus on thai occasion ami the daughters w ish Lo express the same through the columns of The Journal-Courier. Mrs, H. I. Barnes of 114 Kxchange street has returned after n two weeks' lsli with friends In Brooklyn, New Koehellc and Mt. Vernon, Mrs. William H. I.lnsley of Plerpont ven, is In.ptovlng. Miss M. fidlth tlroot will begin her duties as church visitor for the ft rand 'A-enue i ct grega 1 lonn 1 church tomor row. Miss Grout Is now making her home at 11 Beers street. Her many friends in Fair Haven where she resid ed so long, hope and believe that her ew work will prove very successful, The Qulnnlplack Hook ami Ladder company held a meeting at the engine house In Fast ft rand avenue la-t eve ning. It wi.s inspection night. First will.- frost of the season yes terday morning. Thermometer stood Ht nfftValiy ami 2S degrees unofficially, l.ate fl.H,.-s and tomatoes were nipped, hut nearly all the crops have been har- csted. Mrs. Hettle pfariley Kelley will give a song reiltal in the Fast Pearl Street M. 10. church some time next month, the dale not yet arranged. She will be hs.ssci1 hy some good musical talent. Miss Kelley formerly resided here and she will doubtless be greeteri by a large audience when the recital is given. The auxiliary schooner F.lla of Port Jeffe.-son arrived yesterday from N'ar ragansetr bay v. llh 2.1ni bushels of oys ters. The Kansas City Is due today fiom Rocliawey with about 1,'no bush els, all for I.ancraft Bros. This firm has already brought in about iri.flnn ' bushels of oysters from Kong Island i this season. Mri. verv 11 Kendall of 1M at her home. Poplar street I.- Mrs. ,T. Mnr'ihy nf Kxehanse slree has returned from Huston and during her ahsenee irtcn.led the wedding Miss (Jenevleve ('nrzoii, her nleep, to (inirce N'nrrls of illoii.'ester. W. V. Smith of Front street n ill with pneumonia. Many attended the parish supper served In t'arli chapel by the M. K, Ladies' Aid society la.-t evening (.'otiqratiiiatiiins are belnvt re.-clved by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I.andy of I'.nT Ferry street, over the birth of a son. Having sold It's house at "2 Clinton avenue, Hohcrt K'-unedy and family Is moving to r.M Poplar street. Mis Mary Ly'n -ii o' p.-ck street has returned fr-mi a vlf-lt in 'iiillforil, flee;-?" Pi' "'I ''.ho w,i,s oierate. nil pt the New !!a-en hospital for appop. . (licit.!?. Is reported to e ife-tln nlopst favoraoly, Young Hi-eon is onl- six years of ase an-1 his home Is1 In Main !treet. William Warner, son of MV. and Mrs V. . Wa''ne of Clinton avenue, fell ; from his pony In Grand avenn Mon- I it,. vi, i iici,.i- nf Liiiiilmi fur urliiul : iiiiMldi'd wurh. I I aaianr'BPff9eBaaaaeBaaia, DON'T WAIT DO IT NOW Just make sure NOW of a Summer Cottage for next fi&on at on of the beautiful Connecticut shore resorts, Or a quiet. Inland farm wfcv you will find absolute rest. Jf you look around, you'll find some bargains. You'll pay less NOW for a summer cottage than the owner will ask for the place next spring. - , When you loo!, around next spring, you'll find that the moat de sirable places have been taken by folks who had forethought, Vou don't need to go very far from home for your summer Pleasures. They're right at your front, door a!t water bath ing and fishing, yachting and motor boating. You may trael a thousand miles and you'll not find any summer ing places that are more attractive than those along the Con necticut shore- We'll he glad to send you full Information about them. ATrite (ioneral Passenger Department, Room 144, New Hataji, Conn, i NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN & HARTFORD R. R. day but was not injured. The pony was captured in East Pearl street. Perseverance council, No. 33, D. of T,., have removed from 25 Grand avenue to the hall over the drug store, corner of Grand avenue and East Pearl street; The council will hold their regular meeting Wednesday evening at which time all members are requested to he present. Marine Record, jfe HEN KR A1j SHIPPIXG NEW S. New York, Oct. 13. Arrived; Steam er ).-iitschlaiid (Cape RaceV .Sailed: Steamers Kaiser Wllhelm IT., lirnn t-ii : Noordam, Rotterdam. Trl-sle, Oct, in. Sailed: Steamer Martha Washington, New York. Glasgow, Oct. 13. Arrived: Pteamer ForiifHsla. New l'ork via Movllle. y ueroistown. Oct. 13. Arrived: Steam er Merlon. Philadelphia for Liverpool (ami proci ednll I. Copenhagen. Oct. I J. Arrived: Steam er t tilled Slates, New York via Chris tiansand. Alnierla. Oct. 8. Sailed: Steamer Yemv.la. (from Naples). New York Marseilles, Oct, U. Arrived: Steam er .Mailonnn, New York via .apls. Ita'. re. Oct, 11. Arrived: Steamer f'rinz William II., New York via West Indies a, ol Venezuela for Amsterdam. Rai'hadore. Oct. 12. Arrived: Steam er Th gus. Houthuniton for Colon, etc., and New York, BreiiKn. Oct. 13. Arrived: Steamer kronprin Wllhelm. New l'ork via Ply nioi.ti. and Cherlmiirg. I'.isiiiet, Oct. 13. Stamer Ltiranla, New York for Queenstown and TJver po. P.,", miles west nl 10:45 a. m., to-day. Will probably resell Queenstown about I ;3a p. in. ' Srhly. Oct. 13. Steamer Graf Walrfer se. from New York fin' Hamburg, 120 miles vest at R.4S a. m. tn-day. I-tzard. o t. 12. Passed: Steamer Mnntueiie. Philadelphia for Antwerp. Montreal. Oct. 13. Arrived: Steamer Pretoi Ian Glasgow. New York, Oct. 13. Steamer Car pitlila. from Trieste, for New York was ,20 miles east of Sandy Hook at S p. in.: will dock s a. m. Friday. Ni w York Oct. 13. Arrived: Steam ers Kaiser Wllhelm der Orosse, Brem en. KV l,OM)0 MARINES NEWS. X,-w London, let. 13. Arrived: Tints Standa'd oil eotnpany. So. 2, one bargo from eiiat; flertrinle. with one barge from eaM: Sarah K. MeWHHains, with liiree liarpea from east, P.iiied: Tug Rattler, with one barge hound wot. Mifklns i to Pilfer) She's a stunning woman, old man, nnd your bound to b struck on her. But don't mention laun dry or anything like that! Her grand mother was a washerwoman. Pilfer (lately, to the lady In question, as he relates a story) Yes. lndeedl I can 'ell you, It took the starch beg nardon! the nerve right out of me. Life. JEWELERS. NEW JEWELRY STYLES Our Full gathering of Jewelry con sists of new designs In brooches, fes toons, bracelets, lockets and clinlns. Tho linnrlHoniPst showing of rings of all sorts we've ever had. Also a flue Assortment or now put terns In Ixirg tiette Clinlns. RKll'AiniVt. IV ALL BRANCHES. Veil Pins. Waist Sets. Belt Buckles. YALE-WEST POINT F00T4 BALL GAME. . The Hudson River Day Line will run Its famous Steamer HEJTDRIOK !;' HUDSON from New York to WEST , POINT and RETURN as a special hoat for the Vain-West Point Footballs," Game on October IT, leaving Desbros- Ij scs street 9:50, West 42d street 10:15, " West 120th street 10:35 a. in., arriv i! Inst at West Point before the DRESS f ; PARADE. The rcturu will be inado : iinnicilliitely after tho Gome, due In ? New York In two and one-quarter hours. RESTAURANT and Lunch Roonii MUSIC. Tickets ($1.25) may be had k In iiHi-nnp nt Hi Dai f.lun OffleA na. Hi brohses street, New York. t ; Same boat and service to Colgate , and Princeton Games Oct. 24 and 31. t' - fcNew Haven Line; Ihi'iMtinn FOR solth ivn wif.T ml 1 ' t f- fjmtwr FARES REDUCED. T STEAMER HICBARO PECK. From New Unren Leave Ball Dock ' dally, except Mondays, 1:00 a. From New York Leave Pier 28, East '!( lvr. n.ar C?nthArlni mi.. 2-.4K n. m fool East 22d st 3:00 p. ni., dally ex- cept Sundays. Time between New Ha- i ven and New York about five hours, if Tickets and stateroom at Bishop A. '. Co.s, 186 Orange street, also at Belloi.' Dock and on Steamr. ; OEO. C. BLACK, Agent, New Haven. F. C. COLEY. A. G. P. A.. New Terk. ' ,e Starin's N. Y. &N.H. Line. I DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY. PASSK.VGKP, AND FBBIGBT (ERVICb!' Leaves Neir Haven 9:00 p. in., Starlni Pier, foot of Brown Street Leave New York :00 p. m.. Cortlnndt Street, t Pier No. It, N. R, Fare 7&o , excureloo iir.iceti i.a. Keoms ii. Tine Lnap- tap t i aiieet care to brewery etreei. C If. FISHER, Arut New Bevea. Cet FRENCH LINE. CamDBB-nle Guerale TraBMtlaatlsiiiA.fi IAVBE PARIS, France. !f THURSDAY, 10 a. m. & r 41. North River. t Baiitnir every From Pier N.w York. 'La Touralne 'La Savole 'La. Provence -. . La Lorratne a Touralne , La Savole , Twln-ecrew steamers. ..Oct. II V ..Oct. 221 .Oct. 29: ..Nov. 6 .Nov. lit.". Nov. M'F.riAI, SAILING. f( New Twln-Sci'ew S. 8. "Chlea-o." Nary- iin, noon, irom rier st, . tm s Second and Third Cum Only, General ABncjr, 19 state Street, . N. Y.V Atiply to French ch Line, it Stste St, N. T., ' & i:-day. lot Church St,', or Sweetn iy Bishop St Co., lt'i Orange St Parish Co, J Ore nee St HAMBURG-AMERICAN ' London Parle Hnmbnrai t'! A X'intnrl Cln. IE I S r,t! d-i aC Gibraltar Naples Genoa TrT A T If Hamburt. Nov. S. I I ttA 1 '' Llneoln. Vnv. MOI1K, lief. (8. DenUchland to Italy Feb. . A. Office. 4B BVar. N. Y.. or si.y lodal ag: H. E. Sweejy, 102 Church it., Mf Zunder Sk Son. 249 State St., J. Tf. Pari lsh (t Co., 86 Orange at.; Bishop & Co.h.:. UB Orange st.; H. Bussman, 71 Oirange L VP- I f"l- THE PECK & BISHOP C0. Main OtBecs. 183-185 Tnlon Street Branch Offices, Pnsscnsrrr Depot, !" 25 Vnlon Street. 6! FURNITURE MOVING, PIANO MOVING. BAGGAGE EXPRESS, FURNITURE PACKING, fe STORAGE WAREHOUSE. Best facilities for moving Safes ; Machinery. Engines, ete. If you liavif ' niiythlng to more let us quote prices THE PECK & BISHOP C0j White Star Line NEW YORK-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL- rettlp, Oe. 23. I Oilrle. Kor. . llnltle, (let. 29. I Arabia, Nor. IX f, PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURS-SOUTHAMPfON f;': Orrnnle, Oct. 21. I Adriatic, Nov. 4. Teutonic, Oct. 28. I Majeatlc, -ov. i BUS ON-O EfcMSinWN- VERPDUL I I' - ..w.w .... I-'ntt Tnln Screw Mali Steamers, uf 11,400 to 15,800 tuai. Remiltllc. Oct. 24. I C'jniric. Sov. t. NEW YORK & I Al Y & EGYPT? Vn Aroren, Madeira aafl Gibraltar. , ,, , Romanic, Oct. 27, lee. 6, Jan. 80. ,: rvoflc Mnv 7 Tuo. 10. i'.;. Canonic. Nov. 21, Jan. 16, Teh. H. .,: rtBonic. (2i.oa toaai, -Jan. 9, Feb. CGlriC, (20.004 tons), Jan, 23, Mar. ,.-'; for plans, etc., apply to Company . ,",fflce, 9 Broadway, N. Y or H State St. '.: India Butldlnn, Boston, or to Sweezej , & Kelney, 102 Church street, Bishop Oo., 1S6 Orange street; J. H. Pariah A 1 Co,, 86 Orange street, New Haven, i; r m2& mwf y,,': AMERICATJ LINE Plymouth CherhourK Southampton -'.. Krom New Tork Saturdays at 10 a. nv ,,, St Louis, ., Oct. 17 I St. Paul Oct. Il.L rill la u , irw I ui n, i iiuv, I c KEO STAR LINE r.' vad 1 t vrMi-mtii n a n a a From . York Suturdajn at 11 a. m- eeland Oct. 171 Finland. Nov. 1 1. Kroonland. Oct. 21. Vaderland, Nov.lSi;?; tinicc. U llroiuhviiT. ew l'ork ciivi l'lcra 14 nml IH. V It., y, t'lty. HIsh .-.I. A-, i'., ir. o ui . v....i... d Sons. 24H Sute Ht.; .(. H. i'arlsh A C4j -'i '--ciilft cjnrr-f.f of, iVCIO-"., I 'J i. lU....U 1. V... It . -Jj - h Church St., New Haven, cod U m i ti 1 r.