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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
THE MOfcNINO JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1908.
AWXrXo MAKEnS, DECORATORS. CORSETS.
CLOSNON A KIXGSIM HY, 640 Chapel CLARA J, MOORE -112 Park ntreet;
sliest. Wo make Canopies for Wert- French and Domestic Custom-Mads
dings and Decorations for Receptions, cornet. Other specialties for Women'
Now la the time to have those awnings Wear. Call and see -aniplcs at our of-
repalred for your windows and porches tine. Phone 1338-8.
for next year use. Estimate furnished! . . . : : : - - -
Don't forgot that we are the people CONCRETE WALKS.
that do the work. Telephone 1607-3 . ..
CONNECTICUT COACH 1ST 111 CO.
' Walks, Driveways and Floors In Con
J. CUNNINGHAM SOX 874 Chapel Crete; Artillcial Htone and llantlo Au
nt. Awnings, Tent, Flaisa, Truck Cov- phalt. Office : Room Sit). 3 inurca nu
era. Horse Co vera. Tents and Canopies j0'jVP Thompson -304 Goffffe at.
to rent.. Decorations for Halls. .eto. (KoblnHon) Carbonised Stone for
- -- - Driveways and Cellar. Kxcavatllil
AUTOMOIMLE REPAIRING. Rni1 ("""- Telephone.
THE JUNCTION; OA RAGflT-DlxwnR 1ETKCTIVK UVllEXV.
h,TelhoIf.0anBS'lfJrt ManUfatU'- (Stat'eoru ieVvuS Syste.n). 'i
1Bg' -Telephone 8362-12. Church street.
TUB FITTON WAKBIHAS CO-S-10 .' "EUCCTIlICAli CONTRACTORS.
Woostar at.; Autos Unpaired. Bodies
Repaired and Retlnlshod. Gasoline and mmmons & SON II E. Franola, Mgr.,
Oils. Engineers and Machinists. 'Phone ui Norton at. tveci.rleal contraot-
4514. ora. Estimates fun.lshed. Telephone
; 6883-2. "Wire for us and we'll wire for
- - - - ' ' yon."
ASTHMA CI' RE. ' ! : " ""
- EVESHJUT SPECIALIST.
A POSHM u cure for Asthma, Bronchi- -- - - - -
tls, Catarrh and Consumption. $1 per YOUR EYES examined and fitted with
bottle. Hundreds cured by this meal- glassos, from Jl. Dr. 8, S. Kelsa, cor.
cine. Any" one, oanswalk, climb stair. Qrand avenue and State street.
or sloop in three days' treatment, vv 11-
llam Fowler. 7 a Broad street, city. EXPRESSING.
- - iron SALE New express wagon.
incmTi'rTS Heavy. Will fcell cheap. Also car-
ZzLLi: rlugo for sale. P. McCarthy, 105 St.
FOOTF. TOWNSEND T"'.'" "" 3ui tf
nf-aV'MuUey Building. VISll MARKET.
Now Haven. Conn. pjaop.gii..
- aon & Bon, 8u Congress ave. Dealers
.... i,p wnntt-a a" kinds of sea foodn. Both tele-
AL'TO TIRE REPAIR WORKS. phones.
AUTO Tlltll REPAIR WORKS Auto ELORIST.
Tires and Tubes Repaired, Recoversd T"ZrTJ2JjrjrjT -
and Vulcanized on premises. Worn 8, II. MOORIv
Guaranteed. Work called for and ae- iLORIb'l.
nverVd - Tel. 4441. 4Hk State street, 1054 Chipe Street,
New Haven. Tle'1 ;h""'H- "llcl 87"'
! . ,-, , - - ----- - -7- - GROCERIES A XI) MEATS.
BUNDLE WOOD, CHARCOAL, COKE 0III..UT ,(1,W;i5rocor'ieT. McaTs.Tro"-
visions, eto. Howard avenue and
WOOIJ for Fireplace, Kindling; and First street. Telephone 273. "Call us
Fuel Purpose.'!. Bern Seasoned Wood, up b3 tf
Call us for prices. ."Phono 1454. New :
Haven Wood Co. GENERAL CONTRACTOR.
- - WILLIAM JIIXE General Trucking
Rt'TTER AND EGGS. nnd Teaming, lleeldence. 82 Win-
.-, - Chester avenue. New H,von, Connectl-
" cut.
M. C.'DINOWAI.I. - ------ -
Kggs laid yesterday HOTEL Jl-.l l ElthON, El'ROl'EAN.
Get here to-day. - -
74-78 Congress avenie. LIGHT, Airy Rooms. Comfortable Beds.
Free Baths. Transient rooms, 50c,
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING.
F. COLLINS 11 Broadway. Agent for
the Truss frame Iver-Johnson wheel.
(The old reliable). Look this machine
over. Sundries and Supplies.
BOTTLERS.
DANIEL J. DOODY 719 State street.
Bottler of the Famous Gold Medal
Tlvoli & Hampden Pale Ale. Delivery
to all parts of city. Telephone 8o3-2,
C. r. BAt'ER Corner Ashmuu aad
Bristol streets. Bottled beer deliver
ed to all. parts of the city. 'Phono or
ders promptly attended to.
CARRIAGE PAINTING.
I'AHRIAUK, Truck and Automobile
Painting. General Jobbing of all
kinds. Frederick O. Reynolds, 183-15
Grand avenue. 'Phone ;i823.
CARRIAGES, WAGONS, HARNESS.
DUH.HT II. BALDWIN Crown and
Park street. Carriages, Wagons and
Harness; Blankets, Robes and Whlpj.
ItUDber Tires attached. Repairing.
Tin: sKAUttooK- sinu cakiiiagi:
CO. 'Makers of spoclal designs; r.
pair your auto, carrlHRe or sielgn. Look
lor snow.
A. M. UliKUn 439-443 Elm St., Manu
facturer ot CarrlagKS and Wagons.
Repairing, Painting and Trimming. Au
tomobile tops. Automobile, painting.
SAMl'IiL K. l'AGK 60-S2 Franklin st.
' Manufacturer of Carriages and Auto
mobile Bodies. First class Repairing
hy experienced men. 'Phone 8m.
CONTRACTORS, BLTLDERS, ETC.
J. LKO D AN 65 Oruugo St., Cabin
el Work, Olllce Fittings, Window and
Door Screens, joiner ana uenerai jou
ber. Estlinates furnlshe-l. Both 'pnones.
W1H. I AM II. ALLEN 541 Columbus
ave.. Contractor and Builder. Jobbiuu
T.ruiuplly attended to. Telephonu
.. J. KIT-UUHALl) Contrautor and
builder. Oealer in Real Estate. Tele
piiouo uo'juj. . 050 Ferry street, Mew
Haven, uunn.
JOHN C. MORTON 478 Slate St., Car
penter, Joiner and General Jobber
Ktumule lurnlslied. Telepuono 1412-4
New lUveii, Conu.
l.lillls (.LTZUl'l U Alllnu streeL.
peiiter and Builder. Prompt expert
work, caiistaciion givun, joublug a
kpeuialty. 'Phone 7 a-.
UUOKUU II. COOK til Frank at., Build
er and Contractor. Jobbing a special
ty. Kstiiniuus given on plans at short
DOWC6. XKicynuita tiau,
HMALL & FALMUR Carpenter wo.'l
and general Jouumg. Estimates fin -nlsneu.
bU Qulnulpiao . ave. 'plioiu
2034-4. '
J A II ICS A. KOUARTY 194 Canner bi
General Contracting Builder. Lowed!
stlmatos on all classes of work. Tel
ephone 1238-12.
B, ll. UAHRY Carpenter and builder
Estimates furnished. Jobbing prompt
ly attended to, and work of the beat. 6o
Judson avenue. Telephone.
1. W. HAIUIOWS 28 Admiral St., Con
tract Carpenter and Builder. Special
ntlenllon to Jobbing. Estimates fur
nished. CHARLES C. DUNN Repairing and
Carpenter Jobbing a Specialty. Esti
mates furnished. Fair prices. 38 Au
burn street.
OEOllfJE li LAPIIAM, Carpenter and
Builder. Special attention to Jobbing.
No. 114R Campbell avenue, West, Haven,
Conn Telephone 6681-2.
CABINET WORK, WOOD CARVING.
THE T A Lit ART WOODWORK: CO.
Restores Antl'iuo nnd Modern Furni
ture to Its Natural Hon uly. Mantels,
Show Cases and High Grade Furniture
Made to Order. 'Phone 306&; 128 Park
ml reef.
CONTR.U 1 1 NG MASONS. j
J. IV. LEONARD co-r'on tractors and
Mason .Builders. prompt attention
given to repair work. 80-, Mailey build.
CARRIAGE REPAIRS.
J. T. nil EEN -S7 Greene t., Carriage
and Automobile Painting and Repair
ing. Carriage work a specialty All
work, guaranteed. Telephone IfiiH 2
75c. & 1. Weekly, U to JO. W. C Augur,
Mgr., 440 State t. Open all night.
HABERDASHERY.'
SOIT HATS will be In groat favor this
seanon. We have the most pupular
shnpes. Shanlfy's 34 Church street.
o26 tf
HOCSE MOVING.
1)11 Alt 15 A COYI.i; House Moving.
Shoring and Raising, 48 Home St.,
S. Rock. 'Phoneln;7-i. 774 Washlng
ton ave,, Wt-at Haven.
HORSES.
I HAVK a few good business horses
left ouL of my List buid. Several
good soeond hand horses and a few fast j
pacers. 1 wnnt to close them o'lt to
make room fur my next load. It' you;
want your horse clipped bring lilm i
here. We clip him In iwonty minutes
All work guaranteed. George F
Crlpps, 183 Commerce street.
II. V. CANNON IS? Is4 QeorgO St., Hlu
Front Auction Bale and Commission
Stables. Auction every Friday at 1:30
p. in. 'Phone 3073-2.
JEWELRY.
METROPOLIS JEWKLRY CO. Poll
building, sells reliable Jewelry on
weekly payments; cheap. Call or wrKa.
O pen Saturday evenings.
KLENENE.
KLKN'IJNK The household, cleaner will
clean Dress, Skirts, Auto Veils
Waists, Silks, Lares, Neckties. Gloves,
etc. Klenene Soap Co. 112 Park st.
Personal ;ivrrinnen t.
(Boston Herald.)
If the president of the l'nlted States
had propensities llko those of the
kaiser; If he were to give public ut
terances to his opinions on all occa
sions under the sun; If he were to de
nounce the "mischief-makers," "stum
bling blocks" to his policies, those
amoni; his fellow countrymen who
might venture upon his lawful right to
express their dissent from his opinions;
tf he were to undertake the Iron rule
of one or all, ot the parlies in the
state; if he wore to lecture "his poo
pie" upon the relation of rollmloiis pre
judice to voIIiib; If he were, season
ottl ot season, to extol himself af a
pattern uf the virtues; If, vindictively,
he wore to purHue public mn who
dared to criticise him; If he were to
decree that a man of Ills clioosliiK, no
matter how worihy or how lllusirlous,
should become., say. a senalor; If he
were to play polities by feeding class
prejudice, and wore to use tlm While
House table for the purpose of cajol
ing, or splitting "partlonbirlsl" nrRau
Izatlons. and Inlluenclng the opinions
of Judircs of the supreme court, the
American people would ho as respectful
as the Germans are. Ijuf It Is Impossi
ble, to ImaKlne anything of the, kind
In tills country.
Wanted at Once
100 MORE EXPERT
FEMALE STITCHERS
Steady work for months to come.
Apply at once
SSI
I OR RENT,
T.HKRE ARB I'LK.N'TY OF PKOl'l.K
LOOKING FOrt JI.'MT SUCH A
KKVr AS Voir HAVK TO
OFF Hit. YOU CAN KI.OAC.U
TMK.M WITH A SMALL,
A.UV. HICHF.
KOIH1 rooms, aeoond floor; five rooms,
third floor: water, kus and toilet. 17
Clay street. nl!0 7t
(
FOR HUNT Roomsi 148 York street;
furnished with conveniences,- n 1 7 71.
TI0X-HOOM brick house; all Improve
ments; $;10. Inquire 411 Flrnt iivanuo,
West Haven. nil 7t
MOST magnificently furnished front
rooms to rent. 63 Dlxwcll avenuo.
near Lake place, Call cvenliiRs or
Sundays. a31 tf
THE MAN WITTI A ROIL.
RcnilnlsoiMHva of Tliosa Who Have
Tlniti Iout T'rlcticlH.
"I never know lmw Interesting nnd
congenial a boll on the hack of the
neck was to other people until this
morning," said O. V. Grouch, us 1,1"
hold 'nls head slightly forward, Ills fa
cial expression recalling In a measure
tho panic of 1893, when everybody fell
badly.
"Everybody has something to say
about another man's boll. The si reel
car pnnfluctor examined, it closely. 'No,
it. Is pot a boil,' ho said. T doii'.t know
a whole lot about bolls, but my opin
ion la that you have a carbuncle.
nursed one of those things for a week
once, thinking It was a boll nnd r.ion
discovered that It was a carbuncle.
Carbuncles, o course, are morn dan
gerous, and harder to handl.'
"Jt was very kind of the street car
conductor to hand out this optlmlsllc
opinion of my nllnient. The clR.ir man
viewed the boil with fully as much
Interest n.s the conductor did. 'My
brother had a boll once In exactly the
same location,' said t,n cigar man.
'fTe had It lanced after suffering great
pain for two weeks. He had eight
other bolls before he finally got his
blood cooled, you know tradition
tenchi us that when the first holl
comes exactly on the center of the
back of tho neck It Is sure to be fid
lowed by eight other bolls on various
parts of the body.'
"I was glad to get away from the
cigar man, nnd didn't half enjoy tho
smoke, either. When T went down to
the theater to buy a couple of tickets
for. to-nlght'a performance, though,
the box otllce man proved to bo an ox
boll victim. T had throe of them on
the back of my neck,' he sold. 'Don't
kid yourself, you're In for an awful
siege. The doctor who treated my
first bo told mo that they always
came In trios, either nil together or hi
rpilck succession. I would ndxlso you
to see a physlelnn at once and, In the
meantime, cut out the booze, cigars,
nnd all other minor vices. It's In
your blood, you know, nnd a boil n
the back of the neck, such as yours, is
liable to he followed by fatal results.
" 'Ah, I see you have a nice boll,"
said the barber, ns I got Into the chair
to undergo the ordeal of n quick
shave. The burner asked the man in
the next chair If 'ho romomlieivd tlm
boil that he (my barber) had had a
year ago. The other barber remem
bered It well. That was the time you
lot Shorty squeeze It before It was
ripe, wasn't It?' asked tho second har-
l ber. 'It sure, was,' said mv barber,
i and you remember how I laid down
on the floor nnd nearly died, too, don't
you ?'
" 'It Is very easy to sejurp.e a boil,'
said the barber, addressing me, 'but It
Is likewise dangerous. Even when a
doctor lances a holl the patient gener
ally falnt.s dead nway.'
" 'This boil of yours Is about ripe,'
suld the barber. Tell you what I'll
do,' he said, as he finished going over
me a second time. Til just open It
with this needle,' And he did.
" 'By the way," said 1. 'It strikes
mo that Unit needle should have lio n
sterilized.'
" 'No danger at all,' said the barber,
calmly. 'I've opened a thousand boils
nnd carbuncles and pimples with that
needle, and I've never heard of any
body dying yet. This sterlll.ing argu
ment l a scientific wheeze, that's all
I don't take any slock In It.'
"I just wont over to my lawyer to
sign up a will." concluded .Mr. Grouch,
I "but he talked me out of ii. He said
: there wasn't nny danger of blood pols-
nnlng until I had at least seven, and
i that It wus a cinch thnt I'd live luo
j months longer, anyhow." Kansas
' City Journal.
... .. 1 -nV(. ,),ni time, and Ilia! a great many
"Morning, morning!" said pa terfa - 1 people nee no ha nil In ll. They regard
miliar goiilxllv. as he entered the break-; an electron as a biiltle, and they are in
fust room. "I've had a splendid night. It to win. I f the law gets in 1 ho way
Slept like a top!" His wife agree, of using wesinons Hoy know to be of
Willi h I in " V 1 1 1 did." oho resnniirlcd ' lelclve then tliev believe Ihere Is no
L'l'hclv- -like hiiiiiiiilnc ton:" Phil -
Ipplnes Gossip,
Washington Avenue Bridgeport Conn.
IT RN1SHED ROOMS.
One cent a word for each insertion,
or live cents a word fur seven times.
80MI5ONE IS LOOKING FOR , THAT
FCUNIHIIF.n ItOOM. VOI1 CAN
'J 10 I.I . Til KM WIIKRK IT IS,
AN) I HV TO SKCl'KK 1 I
IN A SMALL ON I'i CKNT
A WOllll A I IV. IT
WILL COST HUT. A
FF.W I'HNNIKS.
o
nicely
furnished connectlnii
rooms, with bay winuow. oinni"
room with hot and cold runninif waiei
in the room. Hath, heat, board.
Si
olive mriH-t.
n21 71
I I KMMII-I) rooms for rent; near VVln-olicsii.M-'s;
largo front room, also a
hiiuiII one. Modern house.- Low
prices. Mrs. Weslbronk, K16 Sheltmi
avi.'iiiii'. n-0 1H
TIM-! II Vltl, l'( Elegant rooms, kh,
hath, olectrlc llKhls, slcaui heat, rea
sonable. TnuiHlt'iH accomodallons,
107 Crown street, near Church. o l IC
1 I ltMsmoii ROOMS Pleasantly Jur
nlshod rooms with table board. AH
homo cooking. Prices reasonable. Cen
tral, 20 Grove street, city. s21 tf
TWO handsomely furnished rooms, with
or without board, In modern house.
78 Lake place. 15 tf
PHEASANT back parlor and hall bed
room. 06 Grove street. Tel. 4072.
nil tf
LOST AND I'OCND.
One cent a word for each Insertloa.
or five cents a word for seven times.
IF VOL HAVE IXXST POMETHU.NG
yiiC WILL BE PRETTY SFKF,
TO FIND IT, IF YOU AT ONCE
ITT A SMALL ADV. UN
DER (M R LOST NO
TICES. LOST-Bunch of keys at or near auto
mobile, station, next to road at Vale
fir-lil, Saturday. Finder will be reward
ed by returning to this olllce. till! .It
LOST Cat; Maltece, gray angoral. lie
ward. Telephone lil51-t, West Ha
ven, n'.!:i It
LOST Bank, book, No.
Haven savings bunk.
pei. Return to bank.
137(117 of New
I'avment .stop
Hid law at
LOSJ-
turn
-A collie dog; finder please re
to 105 Fountain street, nil tf
l'Ol'ND A good place to buy birds,
cages, Bocd and supplies at The
Edw. F. Smith & Co., 2,1(1 State Street.
Pee our Purity cage. 01 tf
A CASE OF CONSCIENCE.
A Story Tohl hy a Hardware Drum
mer. "No, I'm not whistling or singing be
cause business Is good," replied the
hnrdwnro drummer. "What alls me is
bocauso I have a, clear conscience for
the first time. In three years."
"Ilnve yon confessed to murder?"
was nuked.
V.ontlnnirn, don't try to he funny.
This Is a sacred thing. 1 was In Bos
ton three years ago, ami 1 picked up
n package on tho direct. On opening It
1 found seventy, live Jl.iHHI hills. The
nainr. of tho loser was there, hut I took
that money and got out of town by the
first train. My conscience told me that
I was as bad ns a thief, but I tried to
stifle It."
"A drummer with a conscience!"
sner-ivd three of his listeners In
chorus.
"I went to Chicago with tlm money,"
cntitinu.-d the drummer, "and Invest d
It in real estate. I know it was wrong,
but I did It. Six months ago I found
! mvsolf worth f 'idO.OOO. Oumcb'tioe
j would not down. It got no Hint 1
couldn't even look a confidence man In
the face, At length I started for Bos
ton nnd hunted up the loser of the
wealth. I found him In his nflloo and
told mv story. When It was finished I
In LI my nil before him nnd nsked his
forgiveness."
"And what did be do?"
"I will tell you what, he did, nnd I
shall never forget ll. He looked ot 1110
I nnd saw how I was suffering, and he
1 took mo by the hand snd said, In n
I fatherly way:
I " 'Mv friend, suffer no more. I was
going to a poker game when 1 lost thnt
money, and It would have gone, any
how." "Hut what In thunder nro you doing
on the road if you are worth J20ft,ni)n!"
shouted n voice.
"Conscience ngnln, gentlemen enn
sclcnce. It won't let me retire nnl
leave you fellows to do all the lying!"
(Hartford Times.)
It. Is an old story thnt. readj money
is wanted for some purposes In many
places on election day. Your man of
experience will generally loll you th.il
Ihls ls onjv the culmination., that
money lias boon Illegally used long be-
I reason whv.lt should he regarded If a
u a y of viola t lug
round.
war
LAW REGARDING
FOUNDJlRTICLES
SECTION 4680 OF THE GEN
ERAL STATUTES OF CON
NECTICUT, REVISION OF
1902.
When any person shall find
any lost 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. , .
LEGAL NOTICES.
WILLI AM .7. BOETTGER, et at.,
vs.
THE MAYMNOElt CO.
Superior Court, New Haven County,
November 20, 00S,
ORDER APPOINTING TEMPORARY
RECEIVER.
Kdward (!. Fredericks, of the City
nnd County of New Haven, having this
day boon appointed temporary receiver
of th' May-linger Company, It Is hereby
ORDERED, That a hearing upon the
con Urination of s.ild appointment and
for the appointment of two appraisers
be had before the Superior Court, at
New Haven, In sold New Haven Coun
ty, or. the llrst Tuesday In December,
A. D. 1!MS, nl ten o'clock In the fore
noon. . By the Court.
A. N. WHEELER,
n23 5t Assistant Cleric.
ELLA ACGT'STA FAtlRELl of Wnter
hury, PlalntllT,
Vs.
HENRY JOHN FAtiRFLL, formerly of
Watcrbury, and of New Haven, now
of parts unknown. Defendant.
Superior Court, Now Haven County,
at Watorhury, November 50. 11108.
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE.
Ordered, That additional notice of the
pendency of the complaint in the nbov
entitled case lie given by publishing
this order In The New Haven Journal
courier, a newspaper published In said
New Haven County, three days, suc
cessively, beginning on or before the
23rd Jay of November, 100s.
Bv the Court,
SAMCFL J. MARSH,
n3t fit Assistant Clerk.
District of Now Haven, ns., Probate
Court. November 20, )!08.
ESTATE OF SI 'SAN J. IVES. Isle of
New Haven, In said district, deceased.
The executor, having made written
npplle.-itlon for an order authorizing and
empowering liltu to sell and convoy cer
tain real estate of said deceased as by
s.ild application on tile In this court
more fully appears. II Is
ORDERED. That said application be
heard and determined at a Court of
Probaln to be held at New Haven, In
said dlstiht, on the 2.1th day of No
vember. Unix, nt ten o'clock hi the fore,
noon, and that public nolleo of the
pendency of said application, and of the
time and p'ace pf the hearing thereon,
be given by publishing this order three
limes In some newspaper having a cir
culation In said district.
By the Court,
JOHN L. GII.SON. Clerk.
11 2 1 31.
NOTICE.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT COMPANY.
At a mooting of the Board of Direc
tors of The Now- Haven Gun Light Com
pany held 011 November Kith, 1008, the
following resolution was passed:
"Voled, That for the purpose of pay
ing the current Indebtedness nnd meet
ing the Company's requirement in the
near future, 5 per cent, coupon de
benture, bonds of the Company to the
nmounl of $ I. (inn, inn be issued, con
vertible Into tho capital slock of tho
Company on the flrsl day. of October,
I !'";,, or sooner at the option of the
Board of I drool ors.
Noted. Thai stockholders be allowed
lo subscribe for and lake up such dn
lienliires la proportion to Ihelr holdings
of slock at ii p. tu. on this tilth day of
November, IliOK.
"Voted, Thai such debentures eon
la In the following clause: 'No right I)
subscribe to any future Issue of stock,
debentures or bonds shall accrue to (he
holder hereof, until the same shall have
been converted Into slock, pursuant to
the tonus and conditions under which
Ibis debenture Is Issued.'
"Voted, That notices hereof ho duly
advertised m Ihe New Haven dallv
newspapers, and that notices be also
mulled to all stockholders as soon hero,
after as possible, and that subscript Ion
blanks and circular loiters of eypl'ina
I loll bo Issued and Hint subscriptions lie
received from stockholders In the rutin
of one to three, but only for debentures
of the par value of $100 or multiples
thereof; that such debentures be of the
ileiiomlnallon of $IOe, $500 and Jl.liau.
and bo subscribed for on or before the
211th day of December, 111 IS.
"That all rhjlils to subscribe not util
ized on or before the 2!Mh day of De
cember shall revert, to the Company,
"That the first payment of 2ft' per
cent, bo due on the first day of Febru
ary. IO11O.
'That the soeond payment, of ;5 per
1 out. bo due on the first day of October
I'loO.
1 11,11 1110 mini payment or 25 per
coin., no one on me ursi day ol Api
10 1 a.
1 net 1,110 inni'ili payment or 25 per
eeni. no one on tile ursi tlnv of Goto
ber, 1010, when Convertible Debenture
Bunds are lo he issued pursuant to tln
t"i-nis and provisions of this vole, in
teresl shall be pnht at Ihe rate of 5'
per cent, on tho above payments, on
October 1st, 1000, April 1st. 131 n, ami
October 1st, 1010. No Interest will be
alowed on flny advance pavments,"
J. A KNOLl'i Noitl 'ROSS,
nil St. Secretary,
VIBRATORS.
I loinon-l niicil nnd for sale Inslanl
relief for inln.
Mn-Migc In Miss CiiiMinlng, a grad
uate iiuiMMiicse. SwcdMl lift flI nielliuil
ur iiici luiolcnl.
The Fierce Supply Co .
hiii luircli siic, . ' Plume 1110.
FOR SALE.
IT MAY BE WORTH SOMETHING
AND IT WILL COST BET A FEW
CENTS TO OFFICII IT' FOR
SALE IM THESE COL
' IJMNS.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven limes.
RIG bargain, one-family house; J.tou,
worth f 3.0(io. William, 8i Church
street. Ii21 lino
I-
KOOKS, Books! . Stationery, eniirav
Inns, etc., at your own price. Tim
old Kingsbury storo, Crown street, near
Orange, Is selling out, Auction Satur
day evening. nil 7t
TICKICTS for tho West Haven Poultry
Show, West Haven Town hah,
Thanksgiving day, tho day belo.-e and
a-ITer. See Mcrwin's window for dis
play of prizes, 770 Chnpnl street.
nlS7t
SMALL farm in Woodmont of about
eight acres, with eight room house.
All fronts mi New Haven avenue, llvo
minutes walk to school, eight minutes
to church, ten minutes to trolley sta
tion, twelve minutes to postotlU.e. lu
ciulro ot Charles D. Kinney, 2tiS Whnl
ley avenue, New Haven, Conn. nlN it
FOR SALE Velvet suit; reasonable. X.
v. Z., Courier. Jl 17 7t
HARD wood, six barrels J 1.00. Best
coal, four baskets $1.00 T. Collins.
Yards 21 Leonard slreol. Telephone,
1092-1 4. nl7 lino
t '
BUVINO ladies', gents' old clothes; send
postal, Hani Wldder, 1)11 Grand ave
nue. . nl-lyr
RHODE Island red chickens, will to
pekin and mallard ducks; evenings.
(16 Gilbert avenue. nil 7t
MEN'S hats, latest fltyle, $1, $1.50 ami
$2, same hats you pay fifty renin
more for elsewheie. The Dollar' Hit
Store, 41-37 State street. tf
rAjniso'itALE.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
IF YOU have a farm ror sale, I have a
number of purchase! a lor II ; or If
you wish a farm for $d)0 up, on easy
payments, send for a free list. Paul
Kuiiso, 639 Chapel street, New Haven,
Conn. au37 If
AlJC'noN SALE.
A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARN
ED. SAVE YOCR -PENNIES FOR
A SMALL CLASSIFIED ADV.
IT MAY BRING YOU BIG
RESl'LTS.
One cent a word for eacn inaertlcn.
or five cents a word for seven times.
AI f'TION SALE R.. B. Mallory, Auc
tloneir and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel.
'Plotuc D3G0. Residence, 3 tilt George
Street ; 'phone 6 ,'64-3.
It. R. MALLOIIY, Auctioneer, noils nt
40 Shelton avenue (near Alunaon
street ) Tuesday, 'i p. m., nice goods;
Parlor milt, chiffonier, bureau, iron
couches. Iron bedstead, sewing machine,
tables, rockers, chairs, rug.i, carpets,
matting, oilcloth, line range, refrigerat
or,, go-carl, crockery, etc. n23 2t.
AI'CTION- SALE.
Bv order of the superior court of New
Haven enmity, the undersigned will sell
nl. public iiuoilon, on the 24th day of
November, P'O, at 2 o'clock 1n the af
ternoon, nl the ofllco of the receiver,
No. 715 chiipcl street, all the properly
of the Baldwin Rowland Switch and
Signal Company, now remaining In Ihe
bauds of tnc receiver, including pat
ents, patterns, machinery nnd stock
Dated at New Haven this 2nth day of
November, ll'toi.
, JOHN T. MANSONY
nil .It. Receiver,
THE L. ROSTWKK CO.. 45 Orange
street, auctioneers and appraisers.
Antique and used furniture. Outsido
sale solicited. . o!) tf
MONEY TO I OA NY
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
MOEV to loan on good commercial
paper, or short term loan and second
mortgages. Palmntler & Brown, 100
Church street. n 2 1 3t
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
DESIRABLE HOI'SES ARE TO BE
HAD IN MANY PARTS OF THE
CITY. A SMALL ADV. IN THESE
COH'MNS WILL HELP FIND
ONE FOR YOU.
One cent n word for each insertion,
or five cenls a word for seven times.
0'E-FAIILV house, nine rooms, all
Improvements; IIS Elm street; In
quire Alonzo Derrick, 101. Orange street,
Room 9. . nil) 71
ALFRED POWELL, dealer In West Ha
ven Realty, 6a2 Savin ave. Tele
phone. n4 lino
LOCKSMITH.
One cent a word for each Insert'lon,
or five cents a word for Bovon times.
MAX LEVIN, machinist, locksmith,
bell hanging nnd latest burglary
alarm.' 14 Dow street. n20 7t
DESSMAKINO.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or Ave cents a word for nnven times.
FHIST-CL.4HS dressmaker wants work
bv the day. . Prices moderate. Ad
dress J. K.. Courier. n20 3t
BUSINESS CHANCES.
LET IT BE KNOWN IN A SMALL ADV.
THAT Vol ' HAVE FoFNDIT, AND
YOU WILL COMPLY WITH
THE LAW.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven times.
STORE to .rent ; excellent business. )o3
cation In East Derby, Conn., suitable
for grocery and bulcher nhop. Itciil,
reafsonahlr. For further f hi rl Ion la 1 s
Inquire' of R. Mnrgntistorn, l'-'N Main
street, Ansonla, Conn, ii2ulf
INCREASE your business by sending
out perfect imitations ol' typewritten
letters to a list of customers made up
for j-on nt the. City Directory Olllce, 200
Meadow si reel. Come In and talk It
over. f"l 2inos
l'',iiiltHrriissliig.
G-larl ford Oonnin! )
Following the custom of the past, the
thousands of Yale and Harvard hovs
proceeded to Invtle Ihelr best clrls and
least umieslrahle chaperons lo go with
them on their allotment of throe tick,
ets. Heboid the sudden change. 'Clio
tlifpe tickets have become I w lull Ihe
two Invll'iiioiiM cannot he rea d just ed.
She miisi nil, of ii':", ii oil loo' chat-
'oion toll"! Ii'), too II ll.'i,fMi'l licit the
I Chanel m doesn't w.inl lo go and triil
along as a favor, noil an i n i v I ) 1 1 1 1 -j; one
nt, that; but she goo.-.
Where, I hon, does the student h 1 111 -!-or
cniMi' In, the hearer of the original
In vl I a t Ion, the cause of all the oppor
tunity? Apparently he stajs outside
the. gale and wonders if the game Is a
WiTED
One cent a word for each Insertion,
ur live cents a word for seven Umj.
l ANTED Information regarding 4
Ki wnl- la inv or business 'for sale; not
particular about location; wish to hear
lroni owner only, wlio will sell direct
to buyer; give price, description ami
stale when possession nan be had. Ad
dress, L. Jiarbyshlrn, Box 2 127, Roches
ter, N. Y. n21 it
1U .LP U AN 1 ED .MALE.
WANTED Young man who under-
slaiulM horses nnd 1.0 be useful Lf
grocery store. Board with proprietor,
lifi Greene street. n23 It
i:i'l:it li:( Ell salesman wanted to
sell wood ami willow ware in oast
torn Connecticut only, 011 commission-'
basis, only men familiar with the line
need apply. Jim-lug. Lane, 41 Harrison
1 ...
Hots bel.weon 17 and 20 years to act
as. ushers at HIJou theater, Appl
ty Manager before fl p. m., Novoiubur
n21 It
One cent a word for each imertbju,
, or live cetUH a word for seven limes.
WANTED Junes' Select Employment
Agency. 23 Church struct, lolepliou
JliM. ConiicoUcuCs Largest Agenoy,
male and femalu help supplied for mr
taullle ami doinusllo service for ft.ey
mid all Kind ol work. Sunt auywhei'u.
WAN'lli'D FOR U. B. ARM Y Able bod
fed unmarried men, between 18 and
35; clime, is of tho United States; i
goud chaiacfer and temperate habits,
who can apeak, read and write English,
Apply Recruiting oihcer, 890 Chapel
street. New Haven; 750 Maiu street,
Hartford; 10i2 Alain street, Bridgeport
108 Bunk street, Waterbury. Jyl lyr
r r .. : . :.
JSIT L'ATIOXWANTED MALE.
Out) cent a word for each Insertion, .
ur live cents a word foi seven times.
A Y O I N (i man of twenty-six wishes
position at anything. Strong and oj
good appearance. Situation, JournaU
Courier. ii!3 7t
HELIVJVAN XEl FEMALE.
One cent a word lor cacti Insertloa,
or live cenl a word tor seven times.
REST help supplied. Mrs. i'alterson, 81
William, West Haven. Tel. 9152-3.
S14 601
WANTED Sleeman's Reliable Employ
' incut Agency, 703 Chapel St., estab
lished 20 years. Largest, best In tlm
state. RoM male and female help for
nny and all kinds of work. Sent any
where. Open evenings. Tel 2323.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
One cent a word for each lnseruuu,
or five cent a word for seven times.
WANTED by competent cook, position
In private family. Good references;
no wushlng or lroiling, 15 Foote street.
1123 at
ll V A VOlNd girl to do housework; no
washing. Apply 59 Prospect street.
nl'J8t
WANTED Sleeman's Reliable Em
ploy incut Agency, 7C3 Chapel utreet,
esiabllshed 20 years. Largest, best In
the state. Best male and female help
for any and oil kinds of work. Sent
anywhere. Open evenings. Tel. 2323.
SELECT help, best
Sebald, 52 Court,
spoken. Telephone.
situations, Mrs.
German, English
022 lyr
SI It S. II. F. SE ALES supplies first-class
help. Give her a trial. Tel. 1084-14,
108 LixeJl avenue. ol4 tf
HODIJRJkVAjjrriE
DO you WANT A GOOD CLASS OP
BOARDERS .' LET THEM KNOW
THKCOGH. THESE COLUMNS.
THE GOOD ONES SEE
THEM.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or live cents a word fur seven times.
HOARDERS WANTED Table board,
home cooking; central; two dining
rooms; also mcul ticket. L. E. Holt,
26 Urovo streot. aul tf
TAIILE boarders wanted. Home cook
ing. 25 Whallcy avenue. aul8 tf
CLAIRVOYANTS, PALMIST, ETC.
one cent a word for eacn insertion,
or five centi a word for seven times.
MANY .1. WltK.MT, D, 27 High
street lir. Wright treats all diseases
and is tho best Known clairvoyant la
the slate. Your ailments located with
out asking quest Ions, 20 years In Newr
Haven. If In trouble, or doubt regard
ing events or peopK, advice will be
given through the doctor. Clear clair
voyant vision. Graduate of Hahnemann
college. Consultation $1.00. Hours:
a, m. to 9 p. in. No Sundays. 08 3m
M ED1CAL.
Ono cent a word for each insertion,
or live cents a word for seven times.
Sll'Klil l l Ol s hair can be Removed
on Treatment and the Roots of the
Hair Destroyed Gradually. Mrs. H. iv.
Chamberlain, 938 Chapel street, oppu
iite Trinity church. Telephone 1767,
, S3 tf a
MKSAC,1
An. nanl nroi',1 frtv ACt,ti lnna.tljin
or llvo cents a word for seven times.
HISS LEEK ID. 99 Olive street. Best
'general nuisnage, Assistant even-
lugs. Special facial work now. Wrin
kjca reduced In nix treatments, Rostor
11 1 ivo cream. n 1 7 7t
CEEII VL massage, hand or median-
leal vibration. Miss Ciinimings. 100
Church street. 'Phono 4410. o23 30t
good one. ills two tickets are mort
gaged anil It Is "place mix dames"-"
English of French as ho lays the em
phasis. The girl cannot go with .him
without the chaperon, and he cannot
go with the chaperon without tho girl,
ur at least will not; and there they
arc. Per.liaps II would have been kind
er If the. football management had de
cided lo cancel cneii third application
Instead of scaling all of them down. In
that ease two-thirds of the hoys might
have lurried out their original plans;
now nobody can. And It's going to b
a great game, too.
IF
YOU ARE
PARTICULAR
CONSULT
Ryder s
Printing
House
78CENTKR STREET.

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