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THE MOr.NTNG JOURNAL COURIEE, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1008.
LL Hi REAMERY 'Butter Cream from the fanciest milh producing stock -pasteurized for perfect purity. Churned In a model modern creamery with scientmo exactness and skill. Then packed In the odor and germ proof package, the use of which is permitted only to the makers of Gold Medal Creamery Butter. When It reaches you it is Just as it came from the churn and one package is the same as every other. Prk,'d at the creamery and always sold al the price of ordln- Try butter th't li. usually packed by the dealer hi the city. your grocer can 't supply you Ivrite us. DILLON and DOUGLASS. New Haven and Hartford, Conn.i Springfield, Mbsm Providence, R. 1. MEN IS ARRESTED William Abbot Foster Lived Long and Well on Profits of His Mining Schemes. APPROACHED BIG MEN Jolm 1). Rockefeller Allied for Use of Five- Million Dolliii's .1. I. Mor ' Kan, Scliwnl) and Ciirnou'le A No Called on. New York, Nov. 22. William Ati pot Foster, who w;s arrested yester day on complaint of t l,n mendlcnnoy ! deportment of the charily organiza tion society, wan Mill being hold In custody to-day on the technical charge of vagrancy. Foster's family lives at the Clnrenilon 1 i o t I . oreiipyng what Is known as th" "Royal suite." Fontnr supported them, It Is chanted, by ob taining sums of money In varying1 nmoitnts from rich men who made the complaint to the charity orcanl zatton society. Some of the men whom he Is charg ed with approaching or trying to were John P. Rockefeller, J. pierpont Mor gan, Andrw Carnegie and Charles M. Schwab. Thn police say that In th 1nt nine years Foster bat obtain",) at least $lnn,on, from men who became Inter ested In bis mlTilnir schemes. fn a ledger of recent Hate found In Foo ler's rom a total credit bnlanee of $n7, 60 1 Is shown but. the police believe this sum H greatly In excess of thn Actual money h receive,), Foster, tli police M.y, rtec.laj-es the ledger ac counts correct. In letters which It Is allege,! Foster snt to John P. Rockefeller, the writer asks Mr. Kockefeller to give him the use of Jfi.nno.nftfi. "It will be a proiltH lile hi vesl nient ," one of the letters dale. There were also lofters to other wealthy men. ' Henry J. Forbes, heart of the men riletiney department of the charity or ganization society, was busy tod-iy nbtiitnli'E evidence ngilnsl Foster wlib-h Mr. Forbes said might result In changing the vagrancy charge against him to a moro serious one. HUGHES HEARS APPEAL Considering Stny of F.Tcoiitlon In Cne of Murderer. Albany, N. Y Nov. 22. Governor Hughes to-night declined to say whether 'he hail decided to grant a May of cKcciitlun In the case of Wil liam R. Branch of Rochester, under sentence of death at. Auburn prison some time this week It Is under stood that, im Is awaiting the rpport of alienists appointed by lilm to examine Into Branch's mental condition. Rrascli was convicted of murdering his wife by pushing her Into, the Erie canal at Rochester in 190H. He was arrested In Cleveland with another woman a.nd confessed the crime, If Is father committed suicide soon after ills conviction, STRIKE TIES UP SHIPPING Louisville and Nitshvlllo limbic to Re place Tftnashorenien. Rensaoola, Fla., Nov. 23 Although the Louisville and Nashville railroad Is endeavoring to secure men to take the places of the striking longshore men, they have so far been unsuccess ful and many of the hip steamships are tied up at their wharves Idle. In addition many river steamers with car goes of na.val stores are crowded About, the docks unable to get their cargoes unloaded. t was stated today that the com pany has prepared to bring' laborers here from Alabama and Kentucky and that several carloads of strlKebreak ers will arrive tomorrow. MRS. FLEISCHMAN FOUND Body of Tost, enltliy V.oniiin t'loatliiB in Knst. River New York, Nov. 22. -End of a pro longed search for a lost woman in this city came late today when the body of .Mrs. Julia p'lelschniftn, 70 years old, was found llort I Ing in the East river. Mrs. Flelschman, wife of Julius 1-'lelschman, a wealthy retired builder, disappeared from her home on Nov, 5. Blie hnd been nn invalid for yea" and was inclined to despondency. NEWPORT NAVY TALK Secretary Newberry Miil.es Public Ac tion of Conference. Washington, Nov. 22. Acting Sec retary Newberry of the navy has made public an iitflclal stntrim nt prepared by Admiral Dewey, ci:ivruing tin action of the ronference which met at Newport, R. I., last summer to j inve.-Mlgiite and report on the designs of the North Dakota mid the Dela ware and the I'tah and Florida, and to make recommendations as to the military characteristics to be required In battleships to be built in the fn- litre. The essential features of lh- work or the convention have Pern , published, being In relation to the I placing of the armor it, and the 1 ptoper working out of other details of the construction of these battleships. In bis summary of the work of the conference, Admiral Dewey sas that It does not. include recommendations o' the conference with ivpert to bat tleships to be bllilt subsequent to tlje I'tah and Florida. The action of the conference Is shown In the series of resolutions declaring the views of the assembled officials concerning the advisability of various changes In the plans. Many of the voles recorded were based upon the Inexpediency of any changes to the l"tah and Florida that would Involve delay. In oommeni In ; upon the report, Mr Newberry states that the department having kepi in close touch with the work of the con ference, had forwarded the' plans In volving changes In the battleships that could be made without limine delay. The work of the conference was pure ly advisory, although the department may tie guided by Its reoommondal Ions In the future design of vessels. MERGER IN CHICAGO i I'lcvnlrd anil I'nltlontlon of Surface Subwny Lines Ci opnsed. C.'hlcniro, ov 11 -The P coord Her aid to-morrow will say that plans fo, the nnlllcatlon under the control ,,f one company of all the surface and ele vated railroad lines In Chicago with a proposed subway are under eonsldera tlon by local traction men and eastern capitalists. The electrical corporation ! which now furnishes most of the pow r i Is said to be the prospective operating! body. ,Phn J. Mitchell, president o! ; the Illinois Trust and Savings hauls, ijeeliiivd that the combination not be effected for many mouths. uM ' ! GENERAL GREENE DEAD Veteran of Mexlcnn hii.I llxil Whim. Drops Suddenl.i. Poise, Idaho, ov. 2!. Rrimrtler (fenenerni jonn t;reene, -. s,. , . ie . llred, died suddenly to-day of neuralgia of the heart In Ids Stlh year. ;eneral Greene was a veteran of the Mrtlcan nnd the civil wnr Hnd was brevet led four times for distinguished gallantly. Ho participated In noteworthy Indian campaigns of the west. T'lr exceptional gallantry displayed during the , Modoc wnr In California In 1S7H he received a honorary medal from congress. NO NEWS FROM HAITI Minister Tins r Official Information of Revolul Ion, Washington, Nov, 22 - .Minister I,e,ger, iMa ill's representative lo Hie T'nlted fltntes, said to night thai b had as yet received no official Informa tion from his government as to the troubles In the Islsnd. He declared Ibal lie probably would receive some nil vices from his government some time to-morrow. Without further Informa tion than that, which has been fur nished blm by the pnpers lie Hitld Moil be could not. discuss the situation. rnr;i(riiT ii:sthvi;d. VVa.terbury, Nov. 22 - Two freight ear': loaded with merchandise, two flat car?, with a derrick and a hoisting engine were destroyed by (Ire In the local freight, yard.s this evening, entailing h. loss of $fi,(inn The lire Is supposed to have started from the tiro In the hoist. Ing engine. . JIHM'ISH RCirOOXKK VKi;( HDh. llHllfax, N. 8, Nov. 22. The Uritlsh schooner Delia. F. Tarr, Captain Ahriet with a cargo of fish from Torr tiny, N. K was wrecked at Weighers Hack, while trying to make Halifax harbor today. The crew and three passengers were rescued. The vessel la a total loss. POP.TPC.Ari Atir QPAKKS. I.lslion, Nov. 22. Farth shoc-Us were experienced to-day at Alhanili'a.. Villafrance and Atrmla., all small towns lucated near Lisbon. The resi dents were thrown into a panic, but there were no casua Hies. The walls of some cif the houses wero badly cracked. The flutter slveeter than the old farm butter because of scientific, exact methods and model creameries REICHSTAG NOT TO CENSOR KAISER Liberals Do Not Anticipate Accomplishing of Long Sought Government j by People. I IBUNDESPiATH PATH It'al-lallw ISody Appointed by Sov rrclgus Has No Desire for n ltcircciittitlc liov cnuni'iit. Itoilln, Nov. . The debute In the l'.eiehsl.m on tit.- motions Introduced by the socialists and radicals, de manding changes in tin- constitution with the olijoot of miikitm the chan cellor and ministers responsible to pin Ham, tit an.! thing the nolo power to the ! IcIiKiag to declare war, uill probably begin on liecember The ibhalc Is expected to last tine day, or two at the mosl. The advanced liberals, whose nim Is to convert the lieroiati poltloal system Into n govern ment responsible to parliament do not anticipate much, from the present I!, iclislag, because in tin1 dnjs when f- ling ran the highest the pmty lender.- would not agree to urge even the simplest resolutions of e nsure or In quh. The radicals nod socialist count upon inali Ing their first great cam paign ill tile elections of 1 !t 12. unless the bony,. v dissolved sooner. The P"'Aef of icsoi iat. d inMiarchlos form ing th" ileinian empire l entrenched ! In two principal wns In the hun 'desriitli, which lias equal legislative 'powers with Die rciohstag. nnd In the ; con. er at i e and clerical parties, w bleb, under the alieielil s stem of jtlie reoh.;ta ( lr (., ml districts'. bae I Hie means for holding the mapo-lty In that hodv h about one-third the votes cii-i. The him, . .-ruth, which consists of el 111 -eight members ap pointed ,y the sovereigns of the slates of tliiiuatu, lAccpi one each from Hamburg. Hieinen nnd l.ubec stands din, tie across the pnth of governmi nl re poivdble to the elected r, prow-iitatlves ,,) the people. The kings, grand duke, and prince who rule the federated slates, nlo iHn'oiigh ieinistot'M responsible to them ; ,,, whi)(, iHl,K , linll)1 , Mll1. Ing the freedom of initiative nnd speech 1 K os-m h i.i... ,.. .1- -oi" mi, ,.! one nun ooo ill lo.'ii i-- I terminal ion lo resist representative gowtnmcnl Fourteen voles In the HuiideM-alh auain-t any amendment to the eouslilullon will oiMlce for Us re .o,'ton The emperor, asking of Prus sia, nominates seventeen of the mem bers and, a,s a consi q ui-uce there Is no possible chance for the adoption of an anieiidmenl without hi- consent The radicals ami socialist do not doubt Dial by cultlng off the money appropriations to the relchstag they rniild III I no end eon: j d t lie nulled monnrchs lo grant a full rcpresenla live government, but they must, llrst command a. majority In the relchstag, ami that, seemingly, is only possible llifiiugii a prolonged anil overwhelm ing agitation for a re arrangement of electoral district;, so that the artisan class In lb.. Industrial centers shall have equal ballot rights with the pro tected food-growing Interests which are opposed to a change. There has been no ehnngm In the boundaries of the relchstag constlluen cles since the empire was formed, fmr Ing the Interval of r7 years, the popu- jlatlons hac uurens d from 41,000,0110 j to fvi.lKlO.Ollll The weigh! nf the popula tion has shifted from the country to the town districts, hence It Is possible for ::l per cent, or lh" populat Ion to choose ,Mi per cent, of I lie parliament Tile onnsi-rvn lives eleel a member Willi an average of IX. 2112 votes and the sin iallsls with an average o 7,",,. ','71 'oles, so Hint th political free tti I ii l t-1 tiling In the trading and mati iiliielui'ing ci liters has a ballot co i Kicent i , 1 1 , fouiili that of loyal peas ant liioiiarcblHls. The Mielnlisls lu IfloT nolied 3. SMI. I U'!!l voles nnd have 4:i members in 1 Hie relch.-tnn The co, lii'S. A Hll I el 111, I 'I Mlll'S 11 I'vatii e pur- I ha ve Mi mi'in- la-is inn! ihe clerical center wltli 2,14,'i 1 1 1 1 1 " 1 i r, . afis halints. bine 104 members. Herllii. with a 1 11 i 1 1 1 11 1 1 r 1 1 entitling It lo I.H seat.', Is permitted to elect only six luciniiei's, wiille .vone of the other large ell lea are repp. sealed In a sim ilar ratio. Derby, Nov. .--The governor's proclamation was Thanksgiving day read nt all the masses In Si. Mary's church to-day. A representative of the Home for Destitute Children wns nl the church to-day with several children and all were taken hy -families who iv 1 1 1 take good care of their I ivclfut'c. POWERFUL CHINESE DIPLOMAT ARRIVES Tang Shao Yi and a Prince of Royal Family to Thank TJs for Remitting In demnity. EDUCATED IN THIS STATE Attended Hurt ford High St'lioo! am Wni (irnrluuted from Columbia Long; a Resident of SprliiRllchl. San Francisco, Nov, 22, Conveying to the American government the grat itude of Chinese people for remlttnni'o of a debt amounting to nearly $14, 000,000, Tang Phao Yi, a powerful figure. In the affairs of thn Chinese empire, arrived In San Francisco to day nn the steamer Magnolia, With him was Prince Tsal Fu, a member of the. royal family, and a largo retinue, Thrice In the history of the. Chinese nation has there arisen occasion for the appointment t'f such a commis sion as Is domiciled to-night In thit Fairmont hotel, and never has a for eign power been so strongly repre sented through diplomatic chan nels during a crisis of world-wide Importance. In his honor the dragon Hag Hew to-day from the mastheads of u score of vessels In the bay, guns mounted on the harbor front boomed out n salute and thousands of bis countrymen thronged the wharves where his escort landed. Not until the Mongolia dropped anchor In the harbor did Tang Shan YI and his I staff b ain that the dowager empress of China, was dead. In Honolulu the cable brought the news of the em peror's deHth, but said nothing about the Illness that threatened the end of the dowager empress' remarkable ca reer. It was only when Nsu Illng Chen, consul general at Han Francisco, boarded the steamer with a sore of cable dispatches, from the Far Fast that the distinguished visitor was ac quainted with the full extent of the changes that had occurred since Ida departure. Fven the habitual oriental reserve did mt sutllce to conceal IHh perturbation, and while dignitaries o' the state and the federal government nwalt d his attention, he scanned toes- sage nrter message, apparently un- conscious of their presence. In accord- ance with the edi t of mooring, his en- tier partv will remain secluded during Its stay of tin days In this city and the local Chines culnny's iirrangetnent.s for costly banquets and other forms of entertainment have been cancelled. In other respects, however, the mission of the special embassy Will b' fulfilled and Tang Shao VI. with the fifty members of his routine, w ill go directly lo Wash ington, where he will remain until after the Inauguration of president Tuft. Accompanying the high commission er Is rrlnce Tsal Fu, 21 years old. a member of the rojnl family, a cousin of the lat emperor and himself the most aristocratic representative of bis ... . .. .... .. race to set foot on loreign sou. vtmio be bears the title of first secretary , the embassy, his position Is merely ' ' Iionufarv, nnd bis Journey bis tourney shroad, apart from Its educatlonnl purpose, Is j Intended as an additional recognition of the obligation conveveo in America s remittance of so birge a portion of the Indemnity n warded for damages sus tained during the boxer outbreak. Tang Shao VI, the high commission er of the Chinese Fmplre to the t'hlt- il Slat's, who came so many thous and mlb s to lliank the Pulled States government for remitting part of the Hover indemnity. I one of the most brilliant nnd cnpnble men of the Flowery kingdom. Ill fuel, lie Is Amerbnn In many wai, having re ceived his early education at Hpting Held, Mass lie arrive. I there in 1571, when lv Ive years old, became a guel or the family of K '. Gai leer, but liib-r inmed lo Marl fori, Conn when he attended the high sellout, piepmi. lory for bis entrance Into Columbia university nt New Vork. lie was at tending that unhersllv. when be was recalled lo China In ISSI, Afler hl ediicsllon In this country. Tana Hhno VI was made mn linger of the 1 111 rci In I railwa ys In North China and later beeaiue ambassador to Thibet, where lie ad lusted successfully n dif ference between Funlaud and China ever the perpetual Tlillielan question toiler be was ninde minister to F.ng land and then lierame nimnbiilii of a Man ilinrlan province, from which he wns promoted to the board of foreign sffnlrs. PROF. KENT TO LECTURE Vale Man In Spend Keccmher 11 11 for 11 iti . In Tne Fplsonpal diocese of California, has Invited Prof. Charles Foster Kent, of Vale university, the distinguished professor of Hlhllcnl literature and history, to go west during December and deliver a course of lectures throughout Hie slate. Prof. Kent has arranged his work at Vale so that he will be able to accept the Invitation, and plans to leave here about Decem ber I. He will remain away until the opening of college after tho Christ mas recess. The lectures which Prof. Kent will deliver Include a smies at Berkeley, San Francisco and Oakland, wllii single lectures In many other ellla throughout t.ae state, lie will also de liver lectures at the I'nlverslly of California, al l.elnnd Stanford, Jr., uni versity, and on his trip east, at tho Pnlversity of Kan.sii.s and other ivpst ern universities. Prof Kent will lec ture througiiout the trip on tli topic of "The Teachers of Ancient Israel." lilWI IS II. IiOOMIS 1 1( IMF, San Francisco, Nov. 22. Among tin passengers who returned to-day from the Orient on the steamer Mon golia were Mr. and Mrs, Francis It. fiOomlH, William A. Newcomh and John C. O'Uiiighlln. Mr. l.oomls and Mi. Newcomb are members of the American commission to the Japanese, exposition recently postponed until 1917, and Mr, O'Laughlln Is secretary. SAY MRS, GUNHESS IS STILL ALIVE Attorney for Defense Receives Letter from Man Who Went With Her to House on July 9. HE MAY TESTIFY TO-DAY Says Woman Poisoned Children mid Fired House After Saturat ing It With Conl Oil. Lnporte, Ind, Nov. 22. Attorney Worden, who Is defending Hay Lainphere, now on trial for tie mur der of Mrs. Belle Gunness and her three children, to-night made public a letter which was received from Chi cago to-day by his law partner, Mayor Lemuel Darrow. The writer, whose full name and address are wlt.iheld by Mr. Parrow, says ho knows that Mrs. Gunness Is alive, as ho had a letter from her five days ago and says that he was the man who accompan ied her to the Gunness far on July 9, the date on which P. M, Ilutson and his daughters say they saw Mrs. Gun ness and a man drive away In a bug gy. ' i The letter snys that Mrs. Gunness set lire to the house with a slow match after the house was saturated with coal oil. She poisoned the children before hand, tho writer snys. Mr. .Worden to-night said that If had tried to reach the writer by tele phone, In order to have him come to La port e lo-mnrrow to testify but so far bns fulled to find him. Pr. Walter 8. Haines of Chicago Is expected to go on the stand to-morrow to testify to the Jin, ting of strych nine and arsenic In the stomachs of Andrew Ilclgclcln, "Mis. Online," and two of the Gunness children, From present Indications the rase will go to the jury by Wednesday. MILFORD. fprclnl ,liiiirnl-("ourlrr 5eta Mrrvlc.) Mllford, Nov. 22. At the meeting of " r ' m',v earning hooiu " I'-"'1' " nnswer to the roll ! '" tl,ft 'votlonal servlro fol- ' l"w,'d by the drill was held. After ' '"" "'"T 1 the meetln('s will be closed I visitors except on social evenings , '""1 ni'mthers entering the room i ' '""lu k,m sign. The new uniforms lire expected to be ren,dy for the next meeting. The entertainment plflnned hy Trinity ('f ?,'' '"'" hT'-h for Lecem- her 1 In the town ball, promises to be of unusual merit. The artists who sre from Hrldgnport come highly recom mended, William A. Tomllnson, the tenor singer Is well known In both Stratford and Mllford .having nt one time been n prominent singer In the Hlrntford Congregntionnl church. Onus. V.. Dickinson, the humorist Is very clever, nnd well liked. H. Holan ?us- I tafson violinist nnd K. Uhev nnrrlsnn. ; - 1 pl"lst nre bo ll very good t their j I'.-fesslori Mr. Dickinson hn he. i iw.iiia icoll biwoi n IVisiiMitli lila I rvt i-n "" ''.' " soiouioim nt josn niieonin, nut win now present something new Sanford Mimson, son of (ieorge V. Mim.soti who has been away In the mountains for his health bns returned home and Is quite III at his home on West Itlver street. The condition of Mrs. Mary A. Ford of Ford street Is In no way Improved and the past few days hut little hope bns been given for her recovery. Mrs, Snrali C. (Sllhert has been en joying the pat week with friends In Philadelphia.. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wilcox are plan ning to leave fur their winter home In Florida early In December. Their daughters, the Missed Hazel, Helen and Uutb are away al school, Mis Hazel In Chicago Pnlversity, Miss Helen In Northampton, and Ruth at Krasmus Hall, Hrooklyn. .1. H. (tames entered Into the enthu siasm nf the fool ha 1 1 devotees as shown by the tastefully decorated window of hl. drug store last week, showing the Yale-Harvard colors. Dr Klngsley Hlne who has been as sociated wllii Dr. F. R. Heady in his practice, left town Inst week for anoth er field of labor. Mrs. Cornelius Sterling read a very Interesting report of the three days' convention In Norwich at. which she was present as a delegate from the Mllford auxiliary of the w, C. T. P. nl the last meeting of th society, the re port. In part was a follows; Leaving New lmdon by trolley I traveled to Norwich, a very pleasant ride, and reached the central Baptist church, the place of meeting. The In terior wns attractively decorated with American flags, a large one formed a back ground for Miss Frances Wll lard's picture, while the county banners were draped about the platform, de slgnatlng the seats of the different or ganizations. A familiar hymn was sung by the audience as the opening prelude, followed by the reading of the declaration of principals, lead by Mrs. t Ieorge A. Stead of Norwich. The state pledge was recited In concert. Mrs. H. Addle Randall of Groton, president, gave the address of welcome for the county. Mrs. N. T. Dyer of Deep Riv er lend the memorial service, reading the mortuary roll for the year by counties, this service closed with sing ing by the congregation, "One Sweetly Solemn Thought"; Mrs. Buel addressed the ladles In behalf of Hartford coun ty. Mrs. T. !. Perkins, president nf tho Norwich union, extended a welcome for that city, Mrs. Josephine A, Sex ton spoke on Sunday school work. Mrs. Laura A. Steele on Sclentlllc Temper ance Instruction. Rev. .Mr. Hatch said a few encouraging words on tho work and pronounced the benediction. At the close of the third day's meet ing all of which was very Instructive and Interesting ll was voted to make Mrs. C. B. Forbes, an honorary life president and a member of the official board. REAL ECtostf DOaueiia ONE FAMILY HOUSE on Elm Street, one block west of Campbell Avenue. The house was built less than four years ago, Is modern with all Improvements and In first-class repair. Has nine good sized rooms. Price $3800. TWO FAMILY HOUSE on Lampson Street, a half block from Campbell Ave. trolley. House has four good sized rooms on each floor; natural wood trim, and improvements. Poss ession of second floor may be had at once. Price $3700. Your Real Estate Business WHO DOES IT 7 AND IS IT DONE RIGHT? Whnt you want done In Real Fstnte you want done right, and when any buslncus Is transacted through tills olllce the parties to It feel safe and satisfied. M. J. GOODE 00 CHURCH STREET, Rooms 16-U. 'Phone 267-11. Three line modern nouses for sales open for Inspection afternoons, three o'clock; No. 110 Linden street, be rweert Livingston and Orange streets. Prlre and terms right. FREDRIQUE R. LEWIS, 139 ORANGE STREET. EDWARD P. BRETT, BLLLUi-K AND CONTRACTOR, Cawing, Turning and Jobbing la Wood of All Kinds. Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Pack ing Boxes. 7 PROtT STREET. j! General Insurance. J FIRE MARINE J LIFE J BOILER J AUTOMOBILE BURGLAR LIABILITY; 5 Tourists' Insurance The Anthony &Ellithrp3 Co. 5 802 CHAPEL STREET. 204 Malley Building. riitiovr kn,i IUiUTj, JtV'i'U Wl'W, FRED CHATFIFXTV Prei. anil Tress. t 'JAMES H. CrlATFlKLD. Secy The Geo, M, Grant Co, MASONS AND GENERAL CONTRACTORS. Room 201, Exchsnsn nirtg. Tel. t:t i(B Chspul 8t For Inform itio.i Regarding tha ISLE S PINES Write H. B.Kopf, P,0, Box 1 235 CH FOR RENT. Four himrtwmie, new Kl-f-ri'tn An Is, -Hh butler's pnntry and linlli, hnvhiir nil th up-tn-ilnte conveniences, over. InoklnK lite licniillfnl IStlg-ewnnil pnrk. Don't full to nee them. Iiejs nt "nice, J. C. PUNDERFORD. 11 CHURCH ST. THE CHILD-HERON Law Corporation. WALTER J. MEAD, Local Mgr. BAD DKBTS OLLMCTEI). Delinquent customers are worse than leaks In the cash reglstei. 310 Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, 1511 Tcmplo Street. Tel. 5500, Home Office, 79 No. Main, Waterbury. Branches Bridgeport, 13(1 Fairfield Avenue; Hactford, 904 Main Street. "I see that, your little sister took the smaller apple," said an experienced mother. "Did you let her have her choice, .. I told you?" "Yes, mother," her son replied hrlklit ly, "T told her If she didn't choose th smaller she wouldn't get anv at all. Hhc chose thn smaller, mother!" Philippine Gossip. ESTATE. 64 Trumbull St. Near Whitney Avenue. A ten-room house with all Improvements. An attractive residence In a most desirable location. l FOR SALE, A three-family house on Prlnee street, 17 rooms and 3 bathrooms, with all Improvements; rents for $864 j also barn. Will bo sold at a bargain, If sold at once. Six thousand dollars can remain at 6. Moorhead & Donnelly, Room 20, 82 Church Street. TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CHAPEL ST., Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service included. Benj. R. English. 839 Chapel Street. FOR S-A.IJTSJ. New iiukIpi'ii oiiP-fnnitly lionsf, No. 11ft llverltt Ktrnet: parquetry tloor In dininpr room, pallor and reception hall, 1 1 it-il vcHtlbnlo ni! bath room, four bed rooms on perond floor nnd one on third floor, copper boiler In kitolien, TliHti'lior tubular hot air furnaee, laun dry In oellnr. Lot 50x157. Price, $8,3f. First niortirnKe of $4,510 nt B per cent Can flrrnnKP fov second mortgage of $1,000 It desired, Inquire Judson & Hauff. Mnlley Rldg. 8"3 Chapel St. FOR SALE. A real hiir(?nln nl $2,601. Two-faiiilly house or. Hylvan avenue, rented for $30U a year to llist-clHss tenants. AI.HO Two-funilly house on Wlnlhrop av ntie, between Whalley and UoTfe street, for S.3f. WM. H. H. HEWiTf, 818 Chapet Slresl. FOR SALE. i A two-family house, large lot, 109 i feet front, on eauy terms, situated In ; West Haven, on line ol steam and ; trolley roads. Also ono-famlly house, i neven rooms, central location. Price, $2,600. Money l.t loan in sums to alb L G. HOADLEY, Room 215, WnsliliiBton Building 3D CHURCH STREIST. DON'T BURN YOUR MONEY I l'0( KI.T VOl H Itl'JNTt Wo run show you ) to 25 for vour money In Heal Estate In this city. OWN VOl B OU.N UOMlfi. Pick out one from our list of 75 houses, rang lh 'from $1,200 to $17.000 $300 to $-, 000 down. If you want a home or Investment we will get It, or build iu yee- our plan. We. can supply your wants from drawing the pluns to placing you In a tin lsliocl house. RUSSELL & ROBERTSON, Heul J:.huuu. Insurance Corner Stute mid Grand. FOR SALE. One two-family, biieliuH ave. one two-lamlly, Norton street. One two-family, Guidon street. One two-family, Henry street. Rents collected and properly cared for. Open Monday and Saturday evea Ings. WKM.INGTON I'llK 82 Church MrreU t