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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1908. LIVERY AND SALES STABLE-. 11 A I ; a lew good business horsoK ll.ll ,,,,, , ,,,-.l I,,,,, I I ,'euulnl-hiunl liorses. anil r few fast. 111001 S. l wmit to close thorn out to I nake room tor my next load. If you (, vunl your horse clipped bring him hero, j A'e clip Uium in twenty minutes. All oiiv h uai an loco.. uo, r, i 1 ipps, jnj .'onmicree street. 022 tf ilRK A CO., INC nil Temple St.. Hacks. Counes. 'Huhhhi nml Llvnrv of ill descriptions. Tolephone 820. Open lay and night. SMKIU'RISK STAULES F. M. Palm er, prop;, Boarding, Livery and Feed Rabies. AutomoblltiS to Rent. Open lay and night, ijb Crown street. 10U AltO AVE. STAIll.ES H. T. Lynch, uroc. Hacks. Couues. Livery & iale Stable. Carriages for all occa i lions. 910 Howard ave. 'Phone 1813-11 t IRST-CT.ASS looomobllu for rent at ! reasonable rate. I. Kinney and Son, Iveryiuon, 350 Congress avenuo. 5 HEAD of acclimated horses to be on sale Sent, 2.lrd. George P. Rolf, Hale .rid Exchange Stables, 109 Orand ave iuo, New Haven, Conn. . 1ARKY E. HARROW 177 Front St. Host care given to Boarders, Hacks, Jariugos, Wagon and Light Livery. xprcsslng done. 'Phone 233?. LABOR AGEMS. lave your lawns and trees trimmed by onlraot, We will Keep your yara in erfeet tr in at a reasonable rate per honth. Call or 'phone us. Note the number. J. HAVE H & CO. 272 Water Street. IOLI.AD.WS Magnetic Cologne Is a nerve liniment, insomnia, headaches nd rheumatism, and nil other pains, field to its magnetic power. Solo agent, ilull s Corner 1 rug i rug More. tARIXE ENGINES & HARD .V ARE. Oil SALE A four horsepower Minimis motor. Put slightly used. JGO. Com- ilete. The Marine Engine and Hard ore Co.. 5fi Fun. West Hhvmi. 'Phomv SI EX'S CLOTIlTXa. 'On a good wearing suit at a reason able price see Ralph Madona, 170 ongress avenue. A large assortment of Inn h Spring and Summer Suitings. MF.CIIAXICAIi. tICHAEL F. CAMrnELL Consulting Machinist, 308 l'lrst Nat. UK. uidtr. 'ower Plants Designed ana Installed Ins Producers. Oas EtiKtnei. MEM'S AXD LADIES' CLOTUTXO. . MII.I.EIt 63 Washington avenue. If you want to save money this Is the lace to buy. Expenses light, profits mall, customers t;atislltd. Thais our lotto. MOl'LDIXGS. I. KISSINGER Picture frames and Wall Mouldings Jorner Hill and Whitney streets, New (nven, Conn. MOTORS. 'HE FOSTER MOTOR CO. will hereaft er be removed from IU Crown street G5-67 East Ferry Ktreot, loot o Par mi avenuo. OXY-AC'ELTELEXE WELDIXO. XY-CAHDI CO Cast Iron, Soml-Steel, Soft Steel Copper und lirass. Any 'reaks that no one else can repair, ring to us. 17 Webster Htreet. A1XTIXG AND l'APERUAXGIXG. UIJ furnished on all Jobs. Painting, paperlianglng and Interior Uecorat- hg- Paints, brushes and Walt Paper. (j. yiriiio, inn uranu av. riinin in.u-i OlITCIAXS. 'VIS-GLASS CLEANER, I It EE. Coma and b'et one. it cleanu a glass Ilk.; iiagle. R. N. Johmiuest. Refracting ptloian, 828 Chapel street Telephone 104-14. f I'ALNTERS AXD DECORATORS t. RA1KETON 440 Congress avenuo, . House Painting, Paper Hanging and 'ardwood Finishing'. First ciass work 'one at reasonable prices. 'Phone. . D'AN OltEA G 7 S Oak St., Painting 'land Paporhanglng. All work given ly personal supervision, prices rea dable. Estimates furnished. 'Phone. , KANNE;iESSEH 61 Sylvan ave., i Decorating, Sign and House Painting, 'ape i- Hanging. Reasonable Prices, a r go force of skilled workmen. PLliLlO bTOKAuE, PACKING. , E. RICHARD 18 Garden St. Pack ing und Shipping. Cleiiertil Forward r AKont. Pest storehouse In the City 'ir Household Goods. Low rates. PLUMBING AXD HEATING. FORGE 11. V A HOLE 1087 Chapel Btroet, Plumbing, Gas Fitting, Till, ieet Copper and Iron Work. Steam 'id Hot Water Heating. 'Phone 1G02-0. 1 ll'LL 6. COSTELLO 21 Elm street, ', West Havuir i'liimbers and Tinners, Lb and Steam Fining. Hot Air and ,L Water Ht-ating. ohset Metal Work. V. SL Li.IV AN Main St., EastHavou, i Plumbing, Gas und Steam Fitting. 'Stlmates furnished. Jobbing work von special attention. OUERT N. LATT1N, 19 Tryon streot. Pluniliing, Heating, Lighting, Tin and :ieet Metal Work. Estimates given, iioue 13J8-4. 'ISEIM1 J. KENNEDY 7 Humphrey square. Estimates luruuilied on San vy immblng, Heutlng and Tinning. Vjueriil Jobbing and Repairing, Flume. ,1 .HOGAN 972 Btato .St., .I'rac.tlcul Plumber and Gas Fitter. Tin, Copper 'id Sheet Iron Work. Jobbing. Work ',ne at reasoilubli. prices. 'Phono. AKTIiV & CO 122 East Pearl, roar Shoe Store. Plumbing, Heating and jis Fitting done. Rids furnished. Spo il attention to Jobbing and Repair. PHOTOGRAPHERS. . W. I'll, LEV 840 Chapel street. A perfect likeness assured when we do ur work. One trial will convince you. lees reasonable. PRINTERS. 'Ky DYCK Co. Otis Grand avenue, Cornmorelal Job Printing, Rook Klnd g. etc. If It Is anything in the print- ft linn 'rttinnn . n p inlit; ui Villi OH UH- it- IIDIXG AXD DRIVING HORSES. I', MAUI', ft specialty ot Schooling Saddle Horses. Horses trained for Idles use by a woman. Feltis illov. 151 Hrndley nt 'Plump 20'.!N-3 RIDING SCHOOL. OltTEL RIDING SCHOOL. RoarfHnt ydables, 27 Cottage, near Whitney ave (iuue 4i',-ii. insiructton In itldli .. neclal attention tallies and children irses trained to saddle real estate and insurance. n. oyiatt a sons Management of Heal Estate. 82 Church St.. Now Haven, Conn. FOR S.1I.F Two I'liinily house, twelve rums, Chestnut street, near Water; some Improvements. t:!,'Jft. Charles H, Spiegel, 211 Exchange building. I''Oll SALETwo-famlly house, Button HiriM-i; one-family house, Adeline .struct; t wo-t'aniily Iiouko. Howard ave ntlu. Money to loan on Hint mortgage, lamca E. MoGann, Real Estate, and In surance, Mallny Building. WELLINGTON i.'HE Real Estate and Loans. Property carod for, Room 14, 82 Church street, New Haven, Conn. Telephone. N , . HOUSE FOR SALE. Modern One lamlly house, 67 Everltt Htreet, Sot range; gnu range; parquetry floors and hardwood llnlsh. Will be finished Oct. 10. Lot 5i!x 1 57 t'oet. Inquire of .ImlHoii &. llaulT, 902 Chapel Htreet. llVC. WORKS. M'.W I1VIE 1U G CO. Removed to East Haven. Your old into ruRs. Drop us a Hl;;h street, carpets woven postal. saw suor. NOW Is the time to have your Jawn Mower Sharpened. 'Phone 24GG-5. We will call and do it right. J. W. Cot tenil, i!0S nixwell avenue. STAR GASOLIXE EXGIXES. WALTER II. CLINTON 31-86 Elm at., W. Haven. Royal and Hartford marine engines, Wesllughouae dynamos and motors. Automobile, machine work. SXLXOGRAl'UERS. B. II. A. II. KINNEY Room 21, 83 Church street. Have your letters written while you v. alt. We will tnko them down on the machine as you read tlx in to us. fci.il isfactlon fcuaiaatced at reasonable prices. MCI R. AUSTIN Stenography and typewriting. Dictation taken direct ly on machine. Envelopes addressed, etc. Room 7, 82 Church St. 'Phone 824-3. 3IISS MAIM V. SPIEGEL Typewriting and Stenography. Room 211, Ex change building, SG5 Chapel street. Tel ephone 1404-4. , SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS. PHILLIPS, the Sign Man, Is ready to till Your Orders for the Holiday Trade. Drop in and get our prices. Cloth .Sale Signs, Fancy Show Cards, Price Tickets, Window Lettering, ft?. Established f) years. Out of town or ders promptly attended to, Charles R Phillips, Signs, lianners and Flags, Chapel street. S2S SVl'ERIT.VOtS HAIR. SIPEUFMOUS hair, moles, Improved, painless electrolysis is the only guar anteed permanent euro. No Rears; treatment $1; 11 years' gradunto spe cialist, Mrs. Dr. Olmstead, SIS Chapel street. Room 25. , m thur sat SEWING MACHINES. RELI.EY'S SEWINO MACHINE STORE GSO Chapel tit., is tne place to buy a good muehine. Come and Join our Sew ing Maenlno club. Tel. connections. SCHOOL OE DANXTXG. OPEN Winter and Summer. Private or Ciass lessons. All the new danres tauiyht correctly. Prof. Riecio's Sctiooi of Dancing. Cor. State and Court sts. SAND BLASTING. THE SPEIWIY CO A Spfelalty of Cleaning Stono und Pressed Brick Puiidliigs. Paints Removed from Stone, Wood und Iron. Room 4i3, Malley Lklg. STOVE REPAIRS. JERKY I RYE R 104 Sylvan avenue Stove repairs lurnisneu tor any stove made, and lust-class work done. 1 re paired over 6oo stoves last J e.ir. If you need a stronger recommend, 1 will tur nlsh it SIGX PAINTER. SIGNS of F.very Description. Wafcon Lettering a Special;'. Suuw Cards and cloth signs. Cuitoi'd Hunting, ISO Grand live, 'i'nonu '6)2'6. THE NATIONAL he IT PRESSING CO THE N ATIONAL St IT Goldbaum A- Wnsl, Church stroHt. opposite J4i"2-2. We press your o PRESMNU CO. oh, I 'reps., bo I'ustollice. Tel rec.Bt and put on a velvet collar tor tl.itO. imr wagon calls and delivers to all parts of tula city. THE ELTON RluSTAI. KANT. A GOOD Place to Eat. Rogi..ar dinner, 2le. Regular supper, 2uu. Special or ders a la ccirtu at ail houtd. 1''. J. Leon ii r a, oil! Stato street. TINNING AND HEATING. O. M. EDOERCEY A CO. 529 State st. Ii Sheet Iron and Copper Workers Furnace, blove and Range work. Root ing, etc. Telephone. TREE SPRAYER. J. II. FROST, JR. A CO DG6 Grand live.; spray trees by a new process, which posiuvely exterminates ail pests. 'Phone KIOu-15, or write fur estimates. TAILORS. JOHNSON & KALLGREN Up-to-date inlors. We don't make cheap clothes. We make good clothes cheap. We can prove It. Room 4'i-i, Y. M. C. A. big, Tel EMP.RELLA MAN IT'ACTl "RER. CHILDREN'S umbrellas, 25e up. Go to A. Miller and lake your repairs to a rollublo man. 445 Slate street. fPHOLSTERIRS. A. CA LIEN NO 1 'ark street nnd How aril uvenue. Furniture of all kinds repaired and refinlshed. Pianos a spec ially. 1 Park street. Phone 5897-3. CHAPEL STREET .S3 , -mill , M i oit rent. THERE A it 10 .PLENTY Ob' PF.OPI,E LOOKING FOR .11 'ST SI'I'll A RENT' AS Vol' HAVE TO ul'KKIi. yni; CAN' REACH Til KM WITH A SMALL A l V, IIKUE. i 'oil hi:' luriilslie 'I' Rooms; I lii York Hire il with conveniences. nl7 TEN-DOOM brick houni'; all Improve ments; $.10. Inquire 111 First, avenue, West Haven. lilt 71 TEN-ROOM homo, Trumbull street, (or will sell). Exceptional opportunity. Moderate rent. Exceptional, Courier. Ii9 7t MOST magnificently furnished front rooms to rent. 63 Pixwell uvenue. near Lake place. Call evenings or Sundays. a31 tt RUS1XESS CHAXCES, INCREASE your business by sending out ported Initiations of typewritten Idlers to a list of customers made up lor you at the City Llreotory Ollle.o, 201 Meadow street. Come It: anil talk It. over. sl 2inos CITY NOTICE. PROPOSALS FOR RERT1LLON' SYS- TE.U. Headquarters Department of Police Service, Room 1, Police Building, 105 Court street. New Haven. Conn., Nov. 10, 1003. Sealed bids will bo received by the Committee on Supplies of the Hoard of police Commissioners up to z o ciocit p. m November 27, 19o8, for furnish ing the Department of Police with 1. Nino drawer section for tiling Ber tlllou record cards. Drawer 21 inches deep, equipped with metal, roller sus pension slides and locking attachment for locking all drawers simultaneously and arranged so that each drawer" will lock si paral ely. 1 pair of paneled ends for the above section. 1 section to Inter-member with the Rerllllon section to contain In the top tour card Index drawers for lllinir In- i ilex and alias cards In the bottom i three correspondence tiles, complete with locking attachment. 1 set of measuring furniture. The; measuring board and also the cross arms to be made three-ply with the I grain of the material In the center ply i running In opposite direction to the I grain In the two outside piles. The loot-stool to have imprint or root. I he I li!lil i.. ill,- in hi ill ,. i ill i I n ii i n i have the Imprint of arm. The drawe to be lined with felt nr.d lo me.isiuenients to be made on ked. A 1 1 hard ni.i- pic and Inlaid. 1 complete set of measuring Instru ments. l.ooO heavy Hertlllon record cards prlnfi',1 two sides and printed with symbols for locating lost or mlsllle.l cards. I.imjO f.xil Index nnd alias cards, ruled n ml primed on one side. 1 s"t of guides for Indexing Hertlllon record cards by mi asnrements--to le complrte with the indexing measure ments on. 1 set alphabetical rcuides for In dexing the Index and r.llns cards. I set of alphabetical guides for In dexing cor respond en ci-. I,0u0 temporary record sheets pndded. '1 cases for tiling temporary record sheets. I 'i Ineh punch for punching nut the margin on the Hertlllon feei.r.I ear'K 1 section of fleht drawers for tiling finger-print records - dm wits equlppe t with metal roller suspension slides. Drawers to be 'J I Inches deep Inside -section equipped with loellltlR- llM.lcri inent for locking nil drawers simul taneously, and arranged so that each drawer will lock separately. This sec tlon t Inter-member with tlllnn section. .'13 sets of frutdes with elasslfilntlnn printed on for tli per- ideal 'xtng nu iiv Itel the finger print reenrds. l.O'O heavy tliurer-prlnt blanks, printed both sides. Ink, Ink roller, form hold glass. 1 p.ertlllon Indent lib 'Hon complete with lens and stand 1 Revolving ehnlr, iirrnnged record er and ea mora to Stop nt front and pronle views. 1 back and one side screen properle colored so ns lo produce correct Her tlllon piiotopr'phs 1 flompli'te llash-llKht nppanit'is with 10'1 eartrldves and two packs of lilm. The camera, chair, side and back screen nnd llas'i light nrrnnged to be fastened permencntly to the door. 1 metallic photograph gallery, com partment r. T. x 4 2 xl'J Inside, equip ped with lo metal photograph frames capacity, l.ien photo cards. Eae frame to hold ino photo cards R'jw. by 3 '4 li . Space allowed In cabinet for a extra frames. Total capacity e ihlnet 2,000 photo en.rd". Swing doors. Fin ish Inside of cabinet. Paneled doors, ends and back. Leg base. All portions of oulllt which are made if wood to be of selected quarter oak and finished In the best manner. 1 book of tnsl ructions on Hertlllon system, 1 book of Instruction on finger-print system. The entire outfit to be ibdlvrrml to the Department of Police Service, N'i w Haven. Conn., set up ready for opera tion, wtlh full Instructions In practical operation of Hertlllon nnd tlnger-print systems and photographing ouMIt lo be given 'o operator designate,) hv the Clilf f of police. EDWARD FEI1TMAX, ARTHUR N. DEAN, Committee on Suppllei. .Attest: ARTHUR V. PHILLIPS, nl" 31 Clerk, FOOT OF SNOW IN NEW YORK. I'llea, N, Y., Nov. 1 H. A genuine blizzard Is raging In the Topper lake region of tlic Adlrondach.s and a foot of cn.iw has been added to the cover ing of the mountains. HOTELS AND Opposite flrnnd Central Station NEW YORK CITY. R001VPA $1 n RAY and UPWARDS it.irff:ii;e tn nml from stn 1 Ion frep. Seji'l 'J. rent mnmii fur New York (Mty etuUl, l ook nml Mnp. NEW DUKANT HOTEL. Cor. oinio and WliltliiR Slrict-s. Room3 voc, $1. Meal3 3 Sc. Newly-furnished, up throughout Clms. E. Rush, Prop. to dato Tel. 20S5. ROCKY TOP, Mt. Carmel. NEW ALTO ROAD. The new auto road (to the left) has been macadamized nnd nil steep grades eliminated. H Is now an easy ride to the summit. N" prettier place for a il.i 's outing. Fine cuisine and llnest of farm products. Mrs. A. Wi.ln, an. Tel. 5273-12. HANDY'S New Davenoo't Hotel ModlUed European Plan. Combination breakfast 20-5ne. Husl lu us Men's lunch 4 tic. Dinner nt night roc. ,- la carle service all day until 12 p. m. Music by Prof. Splvakowskl evening. Your pa'-on.ige Is solicited. Sat lis! action guaranteed. GRAND UNlOrj HOTEL ITHXISIIK1) ROOS!S. HD.MI'IONK IS LOOKING FOR THAT FURNISHED Roo.M. YOU CAN TELL 'I'll E.M. WHERE IT IS, AND lloV TO .SECURE IT iN A SMALL ONE CENT A WolID ADV. IT WILL COST HUT A FEW PENNIES. One cent ,i word for each insertion, or live centH a word for seven times. T O will room. argn furnished adjoining rooms, hot and cold water in each 10 Court sel ect; teleplioue2 1 7 1 I. nl7 U 111CH parlor with uleove; also room second lloor. Couveuleueeii. 21 Court. nl2 7t NICELY furnished rooms; all conven iences, Ternia reasonable 11 W'liul ley avenue. n!2 7t THE C1HHI.TON VUegant rooms, gas, butli, elect l ie llK'lil.s, steam heat, rea sonaulo. Transient aocomoilal loos. 107 Crown street, near Church. o24 If 1 lUMNlir.I) noons Pleasantly ur uisiied robins with table board. All home cooking. Pricvs reasonable. Cen tral. 20 Crove street, city. s21 tf 'I'M O handsomely furnished rooms, with or without, board, In modern house. 78 Lake place. sl5 tf PLEASANT room, (15 back parlor and hall bed Ur.ive street. Tel. 4072. si! tf RESOLUTIONS PASSED. Clirlst Clmrrli, West Haven, und I'nlt cd Ait (in Dr. .Morgan's Death. At a meeting of United church the following was Jiasscd; The United church desires to ex press to Christ church Its warmest sympathy In tills hour of sudden 'be reavement. The city Is tinder the .shadow of a common grief, for Dr. Morgan had en deared himself, both by the charm of his personal traits and the devotion ot hi.s pastoral lnb.ir.-i, to the whole com munity. It will be the better city be cause he ll.l.s lived In It. Though living ho longer In our sight, he ha.s left hero an Inlhietion for good which will descend from one generation to another nnd put In ri,,al.,.r fonn.befor children yet un- liorn, the Ideal of a (irl.stian gentle man. In behalf of the church, Til KOI xt UK T. MUNGKR, HHIU'.EUT J. W Yt'KOFF, P.'mtors. New Haven, November 15, .1908. Resolutions by Chrl.t church, West Haven, Mere passed ns follows; I "The rector, wardens and vestrymen i of Christ church, Wist Haven, on be half of the parish desire to dace on record their appreciation of the llfe and character of the lute llev. George i Hiitih y Morgan, I . P., rector of Christ 'church, New Haven, and of their sense j of Ins.H In his death. "Willi the whole community we are : betiellclarles of his pure, unsi llish and ' holy life, nnd we share with the rest of the diocese and church the hcnellt of his strong convictions nnd broad j religious .sympathy, nnd his taste and i guidance In nil that makes beautiful the worship nnd service of ilud; but i we feel that n peculiarly (dose and personal relation existed between him .'Hid our parish, lie It was who Insti tuted th" present t tor and prenohel tho pennon on th" occasion. We cratefullv recall that It wu.x through his thoughtful olllees that the large I gift of money which rendered possible I the building of our church was made by Mrs. Hoardmnn and appropriately h" preached (he sermon at Lie conse cration of (lie hillldlng. At nil Import ant parochial rommontorntlotis, his presence was ihv:tys limited for, gra el.iu.sly voiich-afi'd nnd gratefully ttp preeiiited. ity the people of the parish as a who!" 'it" was regarded its n per sonal friend, "We beg to extend to lift bereaved family and pnrrowltiR parish our deep sympathy nnd juny Hint the divine comfort which he so constantly brought lo others In grief may be .tbuiuln ntly granted to them 111 this dark hour." IN DISTRESS ON I.dlti; ERIE. Pet roll. Mich., Nov. 1 il. A lumber Fdonniboat and barge believed to be the F, A. IliieR and A. Slewnrt of Tonnwanila, were reported to be pounding on the rocks last night, at Southeast Shoal, Lake Erie. Roth vessel wen. Hying signals of distress. I Is belle ved hero that thn crews would have no dlllleulty reaching the idtore If the vessels were broken up. I, DIMES' P Mil, OHS. Double chins, prominent abdomens, wrinkles, ."iperlliions hnlr, positively removed. Uncial message, hand or vi brator, I, He. A specialty of children's hnlr ciiltlmr. Modem manicuring, la dles, IT"'.; gentlemen, :,:; Hair dress ing, shampooing, singeing. Hody mns saae by graduate massensr., $;;, vi brators for sale, .?7.r.o to $nn. open evenings. The Pierce Supply Co,, Mill Fhiireli Hlreel.. 'I'lione 1 1 III. RESTAURANTS. R1CSTA lilt ANT Luncheon. I)':S0 untP 2 o'elnek. ORCHESTRA KVENINU. Servlee ( la Carte. , LOUIS METZOEK CA THJR1NO Cft New Tontine Hotel Our 6oe, Ruslness Men's Lunch In eludes Helhih, Soup, Fish, Entree, Roast, Vegetables Salads In Season. Dessert and Tea, Coffee or Milk. There's none better In New Haven. Served from 1'.' m. to 2 p. rn. GEO. T. WHITE. Prop. Hotel Garde Opposite; Fiilon Depot, NEW HAVEN, CONN. Connecticut's Largest Hotel. Dltiiifr 12-2:15. GO CVnls. St. Lawrence's New MI'S HOMESTEAD, I'liriiiorly Quiii nlplat'-AiiMi lit n uno TELEPHONE 030 1-2. 151 TU 1 5f. ( ilt Kill STREET. LAW REGARDING FOUNDARTICLES SECTION 4680 OF THE GEN ERAL STATUTES OF CON NECTICUT, REVISION OF . 1902. When any person shall find any 0St goods and if their value is greater than five dollars he shall cause said description to be advertised in a newspaper published in the town in or nearest to the place where they were found. If any person who shall find or take into his possession such goods, shall not inform the owner thereof, or cause such advertisement to be made as aforesaid, he shall for feit the value of such goods, half to him who shall sue therefor and half to said town. LOST AND FOUND. IF YOU HAVE LOSJT SOMKTIHtN'O YOU WILL HE PRETTY SURE TO FIND IT, IF YOU AT ONCE PUT A SMALL ADV. UN DER OUR LOST NO TICES. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. roi Ml The following articles were lost on the trolley cars of the Con necticut Co., olllee, Ford building, State nnd Chapel streets: one shopping hag, one purse, one package underclothing, ami one pair shoes. LOST Wallet, with namo J. B. Mollny, Ml Winchester avenue, Inside. Con tained sum of money, Reward J2B for return tu owner. nl(i 3t lost A collie dog; finder please re turn to lefi Fountain street, nlltf FOUND A good place to buy birds, citges, seed and supplies at The Edw. F. Smith t On., 26G State Street. Soo our Purity cage. (7 tf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. DESIRABLE HOUSES ARE TO HE HAP IN MANY PARTS OF THE CITY. A SMALL ADV. IN THESE ' COLUMNS WILL HELP FIND ON E FOR you. One rent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. n:m MIF.I.'ION AVE. $3)0 cash, balanco easy terms, buys this new ono-family house; 7 rooms, nil improvement. (GREAT HARGAfN). House open aft ernoon from 2 o'clock until 6. nil 7t ALFRED POWFXL, dealer In West Ha ven Realty, 6e2 Savin ave. Tele phone, nl lino COMMITTEE ON LWJISLATION. The committee on Legislation of the Hoard of Aldermen will hold a public hearing In Room 14, City Hall, Tuesday, Nov, if, pins, for thn consideration of the following petitions: Petition of Alderman Russell that the member:) of the Hoard of Aldermen re ceive n salary of $;loo per nnnum, and the resolution of Alderman Mulvey for an amendment I" t1'" General Statutes to allow Sunday busebiilt by local op f Ion. Resolution of Alderman Miller for an amendment to the Charter making the Mayor, Director of Public Works and a member of the Hoard of Aldermen members of the Permanent Paving Commission nnd giving the Director of Public. Works power to make nil con traels for permanent pavements. All persons Interested In the forego Ing are hereby not Hied to be present and be heard thereon without further not Ice. Per order J. EDMUND MILLER, Chnlrnmn. Attest; MICHAEL A. MORAN, JR., nil .'It. Asst. City Clerk. LEGAL NOTICES. WESTVII.I.E SCHOOL DISTRICT. NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING. A special meet Ing of the Westvllle School District Is called to bo held fit Masonic Hall, Westvllle, on Tuesday evening, November 17, 11)08, at 8 O'clock p. m., lo consider the. iiiostlon of In creasing th" district tax by one-half mill, making a total tax of seven mills, to provide for street sprinkling, and other anticipated expenses, and any other proper buslrrss. Ity order of the nonrd. HORAltT L. HOTCHKISS. nl43t Clerk. liy a Japanese florist there has been discovered a marvelous rose. The color Is a dellenla pink vvHon the plant Is In the shade, but becomes crimson when exposed to the sun. It It a not unusual sight In England to see a motor 'bus belonging to one clly running the streets of another town twenty or thirty miles distant. JOSTON When You Visit Boston Check trunks to Hack Bay Station, leave thn train there, and a two-tnln-ute walk brings you to Hotel Nottingham Overlooking bountiful Copley Square. Give checks to our Clerk upon regis tering, and your luggage will be de livered FREE. European plan; fireproof; near bus iness, shopping and amusement dis tricts; llrst-clnss In every respect. FRANCIS HOWE, Mgr. I OR SALE. IT MAY HE WORTH SOMETHING AND IT WILL COST BUT A FEW CENTS TO OFFER IT FOR , SALE IN THESE COL UMNS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven tlnios. FOR SALE Velvet suit; reasonable. X. v. Courier. ui i it FOR SALE A lunch room, llfty chairs, long lease, doing u guoil business. Rest uf reasons lor nulling; will bo ex plained lo bujiu. Address Bun Ton Lunch, oo I Asylum si reel, Hartford, Luuii, nli 21 - r : l or male Tim most aeaii'iibio snore propel ly ul Sluny Creek, Conn., lately uc.cupled by Mrs. Frances L. lii'lstol, consisting ul' large lol Willi water on two sides, house Lilly lurnisii ed, barn, bulh house, docks, etc. Unob structed view of the Thliublu Islands. Theodore U lirislol, executor, Ansojiia,, Cunn. iilu 71 I i HARD wood, six barrels i.uu. Jiedt euul, four baskets l.U0 T. Collins. Yards 21 Leonard street. Telephone, i0!)2-14. hli Duo OR SALE Ono 12 Vn h. P' speed con troller: very chiiuu. Plorson ifc Dean Co.. 141 Orange street. nl2 71 FOR SALE Ono Jidlson 6 h. p. bi-poler motor. Reasonable. 1'lerson & Dea.i Co., Ml Orange street. n!2 71 FOR SALE At a bargain, several second-hand pulleys, uh good us now. Pierson Dean Co., 144 Orange street. nl2 7t CHANCE for somo one ono second hand 3 h. u. Eck motor. Pierson & Dean Co, 144 Orange street. Iil2 7t III. YLVG ladies', gents' eld clothes; send postal. Sam V.'ldder, D14 Grand avo nu. nli lyr SPAYED setter bitch, 17 partridge, 41! woodcock killed over her In eight days tills season within twenty miles of Nw Haven; also 12 gauge shot gun, iiD for both. Evenings, F. A. Sherman, 00 Gilbert avenue. nil 7t FIRS An elegant black lynx set, lat est stylo, large French lug mutt and extra huge scarf, costume, SJ. Will sell for $;'0. Also gentleman's fur-lined coat, lined with best Australian mink. Cost $125. Wlli sell for j;io. Also my ivll'o's 62-lnch cnrucal coat with Jew eled buttons, lined with the iinest bro cade. Cost me $105. Will sell for $50. J. M. Warner, 2UU George street, nil Vt RHODE Island red chickens, white pekln and mallard ducks; evenings. 60 Gilbert avenuo. nil 7t FOR SALE Several one-room lots of good style wall papers; four to six dollar values, $1 and $1.50 the bundle. Merrels, Cross & Rcardsicy, 1)0-1)2 or ange street. n9 7t MEN'S hats, latest stylo, $1, $1.50 and $2. same hats you pay fifty cents ,i more for elsewhere, xtie uouar Store, 437 Stato street. Hat tf Ono cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. HIGHLY cultivated 65 and 87 aero farms, Sound View; healthy; cheap; timber, water, pasture; crops garnered.; grand sanitarium sites. R. F. P. Box lu!, Clinton, conn. ni ut t- IF YOU have a rarm ror sate, I have a number of purchasers for it; or If you wlsft a farm for J.'ijO up, on easy payments, send for a freo list. Paul Russo, i'ii Chupcl street, New Haven, Conn. au27 tf Al (1 IOX SALE. A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARN ED. SAVE Vol" R PENNIES Foil A SMALL CLASSIFIED ADV. IT MAY HR1NG YuU BIG RESULTS. I One cent a word for ea'cn insertion, or five cents a word for soven times. H. II. MAI.LORY, Auctioneer, sells at residence of the into Mr. Philandj Armstrong, 42 Howe street, near (ieorge. Wednesday, P) n. m., large sale tine goods. Parlor suit and other pieces. Al n hi Ia mirrors, cabinet.', couches, bookcases, hiillstands, side board, dining table, chairs, bureaus, chiffonier, Iron bedstead, hair mattress es, chamber furniture, lino carpets, ten tlrn house), rugs draperies, bronzes, brlo-a-hrae, pictures, tables, rockers, gas heater, range, gas range, lleoleum, large refrigerator, crockery, largo stone roller, hose, garden tools, ele. n!7 2t AlCTIOV SALE R. B. Mallory, Auc tioneer and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel. 'Phono 2300. Residence, 300 Georg.i street; 'phone 6J54-2. THE I,. MOSTWICK CK 415 Orangu street, auctioneers and appraisers. Antique nnd used furniture. Outside salo solicited. o!) tf CITY NOTICES. NOTICK. Notice Is hereby given of a publl". hearing by the Human of Compensation to be held In Room 10, City Hall, No vember 17, 1908,' at olght, (8) o'clock p. m. At thnt time and place opportunity will be given to all who desire lo b" heard In relation to the assessment of benefits and damages for tho taking of certain hind adjacent to Wllmot Brook, for the successful prosecution and management of the Almshouse and the property connected therewith, arid the proper drainage thereof. BUREAU OF COMPENSATION. nil B. N, BLATCHLEY, Clerk. LODGING HOUSE REGULATION. .. The. Board of Health of tho City of New Haven, at a meeting- held Novem her 10, 1908, adopted tho following reg ulation and ordered the snme advertised In accordance with the Charter provi sion: Section 1. For tho purposes of this regulation any place with sleeping ac commodations for four or more per sons, that nightly rents for twenty five cents or less per person, shall bo known ns a lodging house. Section 2. The owner, agent, man ager or keeper of every lodging house shall provide at least 300 cubic, feet of Rlr space for each person for whom ac commodations are maintained In every room or apartment used for this pur pose, Section 3. In each room or apart ment, used for sleeping purposes In every lodging house there shall be a window or door opening to out of door air of a. size not less than 1-10 of the lloor surface of said room on apartment. Sectin 4. Upon each lloor of every building used as a lodging nouse there shall be tnnlntalnel a water closet and sink, and the samo shall bo kept In a sanitary condition. Sectlu 6. -The floors and walls of each room, apartment and hall shall he kept, clean and shall be thoroughly air ed dally. Section 0. Every person violating these regulations, on conviction, shall forfeit: or pay a penalty of not more than llfty dollars, Attest: nil 51: WARD HA I LEY, Clerk. "Why does that man," nskod the first glided yoinh, "continually till that re ceptacle wiih mortar, and carry It up yon ladder','" "I weally cawn't say," answered the second ji.ilded youth. "Looks to mo likei 1.1 might bu an flection bet. Ex. aHUtige. WANTED. IF ALL YOUR WANTS ARE SUP. PLIED, THERE JS No NEED OF YOIR USING THESE COL UMNS. OTHER WISE A .FEW LINES AT A FEW CENTS COST WILL HELP YOU. One cent a word lor each Inserllcn. or five cents a word fur seven times. MILLING, trilling and T. R. R. T. presses. Address Stephen Mlnery, IM Railroad uvenue, Merldeii, Conn. n 12 7t HELP WANTED MALE. One te'ui a word tor eauii lusuiituu, or live to ma a word lor seven ttiues. WANTED for oflloo, young Jiian who can tuko diclauon una typewrite. Statu tge, references, experlcueu and salary expuuled. I: O. ljrawer, tfl, oily. must SALESJ1 AN, with t'avurublo acquuln laiu.e in drug and depiulmunt store trade for a new tolitl novelty Ihat sells like wildlife. To represer.t New York; luin locally or on the ruuu. Call New Haven house Thursday niurnlug. Ad dress perfected. Powder Pulf Co. WANTED Jones' Select Employment' Agency, 2i Church street. Telephoaa 23li3. Coiiuecliuut's Largest Ajjolioy, male uud luuialu huip supplied for mer tauUlu nnd duiiiuuuu service fur art and all kinds ul work. Seat uuywhure. WANTliD i'Oll V. S, AilUY Able bod ied unmarried nioa, between 18 and 35, cllizu.is ul' the United Slates; )i good character und temperate liaults, who cuu speak, read and write Engliih. Apply Recruiting Ollicer, SDJ Cliupel street, New Haven; iuo Alain street, Hartlord; lOt'i .Ualn slruet, liridgepunj 108 Hank street. VV'aterbur.y. Jyl lyr SIT L'ATIOX WAN TED MALE. One cent a word lor each Insertion, or live cuius a word tor seven times. A VOi.Mi man of twenty-six wishes puail.un at anything, strong and oC good appearance, situation, Journal courier. nl3 7t HELP WANTED FEMALE. Ono cent a word for uach Insertion, or live cent a word fur sevea times. REST help supplied. Mrs. ratterson, 91 William, West liaVcn. Tel. U152-2. 814 Gut, WANTED Sloeman'B Reliable Employ ment Agency, 7G3 Chapel St., estab lished 20 years. Largest, best In the Btalc. Rest malo and female help for any and all kinds of work. Sent any where. Open evenings. Tel 2222. CD iatlAli. SITUATION' WANTED One cent a word tor each lnsertiun, or live cents a word for seven times. SITI'VI'ION wanted by competent conic In city or country. References. Call at 653 Slate street. nl7 2t WOMAN wants to go out by the day washing, Ironing or general house work, 113 Franklin street. nl6 3t YOl'NG lady bookkeeper, five years ex perience, desires position. First class references. D. C. V.' Courier. nl3 7t WANTED Sleema.n'8 Reliable Em ployment Agency, 7C3 Chaped street, established 20 years. Largest, best in the state. Rest male and female help for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Open eveaings. Tel. 2322. SELECT help, best Selm Id, 62 Court, spoken. Telephone. German, English o22 lyr . MRS. 11. F. SEAl.ES supplies first-class help. Give her a trial. Tel. l'JSl-H, ICS Dlxwoll aveimo. o!4 tf BOARDERS WANTED. DO TOU WANT A GOOD CLASS Off BOARDERS.' LET THEM KNOW THKUOGH THESIS COLUMNS. THE GOOD ONES SEiS THEM. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. HOARDERS WANTED Table board, homo cooking; central; two dining rooms; also meal ticket. L. E. Holt. 26 Grove street. aulS) tf TA RLE boarders wnnted. .Home cooki Ing. 25 Whulley avenue. aul8tf ROOM AND HOARD WANTED. One cent a word for each Insertion, or tlve cents a word for seven times. A RESPECT A RLE young man wishes to room with private family, 'with privilege of boarding also, If wnnted. Address S., olllee. nl 3 7t HORSE CLIPPING. One cent a word for each Insortlon, or live cents a word fur seven time. HORSE CLIPPING Horse . clipping, il. Schwaners stables, 171-173 Georg'o' street. n2 1 It CLAIRVOYANTS, PALMIST, ETC. One cent a word tor eacn insertion, or Hvo cents a Word for seven times. MARY J. WRIGHT, . M. D., 27 High street Dr. Wright treats all diseases and Is the beat known clairvoyant in the stale. Your ailments located wlth but. asking questions, 2i years in Neiv Haven. If In trouble or doubt regard ing events or people, advice will ba given through the doctor. Clear clair voyant vision. Graduate of Hahnemann college. Consultation $1.00. Hours: S a. m. to 9 p, tn. No Sundays. i8 3m One cent a word tor each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR can be Removed on Treatment and the Roots of tha Hair Destroyed Gradually. Mrs. H. i Chuinberlaln, 938 Chapel streot, oppo site Trinity church. Telephone 1757. s3 tf MASSAGE. Ono cent a word for each Insortlon, or live cents a word for seven times. MISS LEEK E, 99 Ollvo street. Best general musriage. Assistant even ings. Special facial work nuw. Wrln kies reduced In six treatments. Restor ative cream. n.17 7t GENERAL massage, hand or mechan ical vibration. Miss Cummlngs, 100 Church street. 'Phono 4410. o23 30t STANDARD OIL DIVIDEND. New York, Nov. Hi. Directors of the Standard Oil company of Now Jersey, tho parent, or h hiding company of tlia oil companion, declared a quarterly di vidend of $10 a share today. This was I thn dividend paid in the corresponding I quarter of la.st year, and makes a to tal of $10 for inns. Tho samo rate hns i been in force since 1904. 1'he company has 9S3,3S3 shurua outstuiitllnn.