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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1908.
U . mmm , i M CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -j LIVERY AND SALES STABLE. I HAVE a few good buslnuss hoi'sos lull out of my last load, sovtiral good second-hand horses, and a few fast pacers. X want to close them out tu make room fur my next loud. If you want your horso clipped bring him here. We clip ihoui In twenty minutes, All work guaranteed. Goo. F. Crlpps, 103 Commerce street, o22 it KIRK. & CO., IXC 170- Temple St., Hacks, Coupes, 'Busses ami Livery of nil descriptions. Telephone 820. Open day and night. ENTERPRISE STAnil'tlJ F. M. 1'rlm- er, prop,, Boarding, i.;'.Tery and Feed (Rubles. Automobiles t,o Kent. Open day ana night. 1J8 Clown treet HOWARD AVE. "STABLES II. T. Lynch, prop., Hacks, Coupon, Livery & Bala Stable. Carriages for all occa sions. 910 Howard live. 'Phone 1843-12. FIRST-CLASS locomobile for rent at reasonable rate. I. Kinney and Son, Wverymon, 850 Congress avenue. 18 HEAD of acclimated horses to be on sale Sept. 23rd. George P. Rolf, Bala and Exchange Stables, 109 (Hand ave nue, Now Jliiven, Conn, HARRY IS. HARROW' 177 Front at. liOBt ouro given to Hoarders, Hooks, Carlages, Wagon and Llgnt Livery. Expressing done. 'J'hone 8H3T. LABOR AGEMB. Have your lawns and trees trimmed by contract. We will keep your yard in perfect ti'lm at a reasonable rata per ' month. Call or 'phone us. Note the number. W. J. nAVES co,- 272 Water Street. MAGNETIC HOLLUIAY'S Mcgnotln Liver, Kidney and Stomach Remedy aids digestion. Its mnnv friends prove this. Role agent, Hull's Corner Drug Store. MARINE ENGINES & nARDiVARE. FOR SALE A four horsepower Mlamus motor. But slightly used. 160. Com plete. The Marine Engine and Hard vara Co., 16 Fhm. West Haven. 'Phono. MEN'S CLOTHIXa. FOR a good wearing suit at a reason able price see Ralph Mndonn, 170 Congress avenue. A large assortment of Men'f, Spring nnd Summf Suitings. MECHANIC.VL. MICHAEL F. CAJirilELI, Consulting Mnchlnlst, 308 First Nat. Bk. 131dg. Power I'lants Designed and Installed. Oas Producers. Gas Engines. MEN'S AND LADIES' CLOTHTX'a." ft. MILLER S3 Washington avenue. If you want to Bave money this Is the phi"e to buy. Expenses light, profits urns II. customers satisfied. That's our IMUUO. MOVLD1NG3. II. KISSINGER Picture Frames and Wall Moulding"! Corner Hill and Whitney streets, New Havon. Conn. MOTORS. LAUNCHES hauled out for winter; re pairing, overhauling, painting. Ors weil Ignition system, Harthorn propel Ibt'm: motors, supplies, ete. The Foster Motor Company, Junction Knst Ferry and Farren avenue PAIVI'I.VG AND FA PER HANG I N G. Il.'D furnished on all Joes. Painting, Paperhanglng and Interior Decorat ing. Paints, Brushes and Wall Paper. 6 G. Grille 645 Orand av. Phone 16S1-4 OPTICIANS. EYE-KLASS CLEARER, FHEB. Come and get one. It cleans a glass like magic. R. N. Johutiuest. Refracting 'Optician, S2S Chapel street Telephone 1404-14. PAINTERS AND DECORATORS, SI. RAIKETOX 440 Congress avenuo. House Painting, Papvr Hanging and Hardwood Flnlsnlng. First class work done tu reuaonablo prices. 'Phone. I. D'ANOHEA 676 Oak t., Painting and Paperhanglng. All work given my personal Mipei vision. Prices rea sonable. Estimates furnished. 'Phone. H. KAX.VEOIEfiSER til Bylvan ave., Decorating, tiign and House Painting. Paper Hanging. Reasonable Prices, Large force of skilled workmon. PLBLIO STOILGE, PACKING. E. E. RICHARD 18 Uardt-n t. Pack ing and tililpplng. Lieneral Forward ing Agent. Best storehouse In the CUy lor household Goods. Low rates. FLVMJiLNU AND HEATING. GEOttbE H. YAKOI.EY 087 Chapel stiftOL, Plumbing, Uas Fitting, Tin. bheek Copper and Iron Work. Htearn two Hot Water Heating. 'Phone 1002-6. Hiit.l. COSTELLO 21 Elm street, vvt Haven' Plumbers and Tinners, On" and tam 1'it'lng. Hot Air and I'.,' Wr.111 Ht'itmg tft -tet Metal Worn. .. V. BVl-i.it VAf Mr.in St., ;Mst Haven; (-ur.tV.iiiD, Gait and Uteain Fitting, r.nilnmlfcs CuinUlied. Jobbing work K'.ven epociut a-ieutlon. iJt'KirilT N. L VI TIN, 19 Tryon street. Plumbing, HoBiIng, Lighting, nn and Bl'.ee. Wotal Work, t.silmatea given, JUonti 1378-4. JfdSUI H J. KEANEIJY 7 Humphrey square, l-jstlmates furnished on ban (tary Planning. Heating and Tinning. '.Ji:'.nrai Jr.bhlng and Repairing. Phone. V Ji .HOfJAJf 72 Btate .su. .Practhiul plumber and Gas Fitter. Tin, Copper .td fiheet Iron Work. Jobbing. Work clone et rcssonabU prices. 'Phone. i.RlIN & CO 122 East Pearl, reor Hiico Kfore. PIumblnR, Heating and Gas Fitting done. Bids furnished. 8pu. rial attention to Jobbing nnd Repair PHOTOGRAPHERS. M. W. FILMS 840 Chapel street A perfect likeness assured whon we do your work. One trial will convlnio you. Prloes reasonable. PRINTERS. VAN IiTCK ft CO. 968 Grand avenuo, Commercial Job Printing, Hook Bind ing, etc. If It Is anything In the print Ing line 'phono or call on us. RIDING AND DRIVING HORSES. WE MAKE a specialty of Schooling Saddle Horses. Horses trained for Ladles' use by a woman. Feltls & Mallny. 161 nrnrtlev nt. 'Phone 2(128-3. RIDING 8C1IOOL. oeiitel iuimnc; school. Boarding Ktables. 2i Cottage, near Whitney ave. Phone 2i(i-i2. Inmructinn In Rltllr.i?. Bpeclal atientlon ladies and children. Horses trained to saddle. Hlie-o Its Introduction Into the Eng lish protectorate Into I'km.ikI.'i. In 10 II, the sleeping sickness has killed no fewer than SOO.non nut of a total pop ulation of 300,000. REAL ESTATE AM) INSURANCE. S. II. OV1ATT & SONS Management of Heal Estate. 82 Church St.. New Haven, Conn. KOIl StLE Two family house, twelve roma, Chestnut hi reel, near Water; dome Improvements. $3,200. Cliarles R. Spiegel, 211 Exchange butldltiR. FOR SALE Two-family house, Button street; ono-fnmlly house, Adeline street; two-family house, Howard ave nue. .Money to loan on first mortgage, James 10. MoC.ann, Real Estate and In surance, IMalley Building. YVELLINC.TON UKK Heal Estate and lioana. Properly cared for, Rooni 14, 82 Church street. New Haven, Conn. Telephone. NEW HOl'SE FOR SALE. Modern One family house, 67 Everltt street, Sat range; gua range; parquetry Hoots and hardwood finish. Will he finished Get. in. Lot 60xlS7 (eet, Inquire of Judson ft Hauff, 902 Chapel street. RUG WORKS. NEW HAVEN IlLO CO Removed to High street, Kant Haven. Your old carpets woven Into nips. Drop us a postal. SAW SHOP. NOW 1 the time to have your Lav Mower Sharpened. 'Phone 21110-li. We will call and do It right. J. W. Cot teral, 208 Dlxwell avenue. STAR GAhOHJiE ENGLNKft, WALTER IV CLINTON 81-86 Elm at., W. IUvsu, Rcyal and Hartford marine engines, WfiatlmtaoUite dynamo and motors. Automobile, n,3cl:ip work. bTENOtiUAl'L EHii. I). II. ft A. II. KINNEY Room 21, 83 Church atrcjt. Have jnuv lotteia written whllo you wait. V will tal:o them down on the machine as you read them to us. Satisfaction guaranteed at reasonable prices. LI CY R. Al'STIN Stenography and typewriting. Dictation taken direct ly on machine. Envelopes addressed, etc. Room 7. 82 Church St. 'Phone 824-3. MISS MAID V. SI'IEtiEL Typewriting and Stenograph". Room 211, Ex change building, 865 Chapel street. Tel ephone 1404-L SIT'ERITAOIS 1LV1R. SVPEItFLVOlS hair, moles, Improved, painless electrolysis Is the only guar anteed permanent oure. No scars; treatment $1; 11 years' graduato spe cialist, Mrs. Dr. Olmstend, SIS Chapel street, Room 25. m tl-.ur sat SEWING MACHINES. KELLEY'.'I SEW INC. MACHINE STORE Mb Chapel t., Is the place to buy n good machine. Como and Join our Sew ing Machine club. Tel. connections. 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 Salo Signs, Fancy fjhow Cards, Price Tickets, Window Lettering, et?. Established 6o years. Out of town or ders promptly attended to. Charles It. Phillips, Signs, Banners and Flags, 828 Chapel fitroet. 8CHOOL OF DANCING. OPEN Winter and Summer. Private or Class lessons. All the new dances taught correctly, prof. Rlccio s School of Dancing, Cor. State and Court its. SAND ULAST1NU. THE KI'ICKHV CO A Spfclalty of Cleaning stone and Pressed Brick I Building. Paints Removed from Stone, Wood and Iron. Room 413, Malley Bldg. ! STOVE REPAIRS. JERRY FHYEK 104 Sylvan avenue Stove repairs furnished for any etovi, made, and Hint-class work done. 1 re paired over 600 stoves last yeur. If you need a stronger recommend, I will fur nish it SIGN PAINTER. SIGNS of Every Description. Wagon Lettering a Specialty. Show Cards and cloth signs. Cuftord Hunting, 185 Grand hv. i'lione liS2J. THE NATIONAL hi IT PRESSING CO THE VVlIOAL SCIT PREiSI.Nti CO. - -Uolubuiim . woskoIT, Props., ti3 Church street, (ippusile Post-jtllce. Tel. 1472-2. We press your overccat and put on a velvet collar for $1.00. Our wugoii chIis and delivers to all parts ot this city. THE ElJl'ON lll.STA ITIANI. A GOOD Place to Eat. Regtciar dinner, 26c. Regular supper, Sf,c. Special or ders a la cane at all hour. F, J. I.eon ard, 871'. Klaln street. TIN A ING AND HI-AI1NG. O. M, EIXjKH1.Ii. V A CO 129 stale sL Tin, istioel Iron and Copper Woiken Funiii.ce, Stove and Range work. Root ing, etc. Telephone. TREE SPRAYER. J. H. FROST, JR. ft CO 668 Orand sve.; spray trees by a new process, which positively exterminates all pests. 'Phone 15t.3-16, or write for estimates. TAILORS. JOHNSON ft KALLGHES Up-to-date tslors. We don't make cheap clothes. We make goud clothes cheap. We can prove It. Room 404, Y. M. O. A. big. Tel. UMBRELLA MA X I FA CT CHER, CHILDREN'S umbrellas, 2Bo up. Oo to A. Miller and take your repair to a reliable man. 44h State street. ITUOLSTEKEES. A. CALIENNO -Park street nnd How ard avenue. Furtdturn of all kinds repaired and refinlshed. Pianos a spec, laity. 1 Park street. Phone 681)7-3. WEATHER STRIP. CHARLES C. TFX An Blr-tlght weather ftrip, made wholly of wood, Permanent and lasting us your doors and windows. The Ford W ent her Strip, 30 Auburn Hlreu. CITY NOTICE. PROPOSALS FOR PIANOS. GltEENU STIiHET SCHOi L, Offlen of the Board of Ed "cut Ion, 87 Ornnge Streel. New Haven. Conn.. Nov. 23, 1908, Sealed proposals will be received n( the otllce of the Board of Ediicntlon, S7 Orange street, New Haven. Conn,, until Thursday, December II pun, nt 6 o'cloLik p. ni., fit which time they will be opened by the Committee mi New School Buildings. In puhlln meeting, fur two upright pianos ami nne grand piano for the Orcein- fttieet school. Sccillcal Ions nnd form of pi npnsa'y may be obtained a I the oflb-e of ton Hoard of Kflii'-ation, 7 fUiuige sfrr.t. New Haven, Conn. The Coii'iiiittcc reserves the right, to reject nil bids, or waive any def.-ris In same If It be deemed o the Inl of the District H11 to do. G. T. 1 1 EWLETT. Secrelary Hoard of Edn I'H I loll, n24 3t TOli RENT. THERE ARK PLENTY OF PEOPLE LOOKING FOR JUST STCIl A HUNT AS YOU HA VK TO OFFER. YOU TAN REACH THEM. WITH A 8 .MALL ADV. HERE. FOLK rooms, second floor; five rooms, third floor; water, giis nnd toilet, 17 Clay street. n20 7t FOR KENT Rooms; 146 Torlt street; furnished with conveniences. nl7 71 TEN-HOOU brick house; all Improve ments; $.10. Inquire HI. First, avenue, West Haven. nil 7t MOST magnificently furnished frout rooms to rent. 63 Dlxwell avenue, near Lake place. Call evenings or Sunday. a3t tf CITY NOTICES. REPORT PR ASSESSMENT V( i'AVlWll'NT UN MU'.UM'it iv.ni'i-j it . FROM MCNSON STREET in mil LINKS. In accordance with provisions of Section 81 of the Charter of the CUy of New Haven, notice la hereby given that the following reports of the De partment of Public Works and Bureau of Compensation tlo Ussossment for pavement on Shelton avenue, from Munson street to City Una, na reported by the Board of Aldermen of November 9, 1908, wus duly approved by his honor the Mayor November 17, I'.ioS; that said report is duly recorded in the records of the Board of Aldermen of the City of Now Haven, and that the benefits assessed hcome due nnd payable on November 27, 1908. New Haven, Conn.. October 6. 1908. To the Honorable Hoard of Aldermen of the City of New Haven: T herewith submit to your honorable body the following pavement assess ment report, which lias been signed and approved by the Bureau of Com pensation. Respectfully submitted, F. W. FOLEY. Director of Public, Works. To the Director of Public Works of the t'ltv of New Haven: The Bureau of Compensation, to whom was referred the cost of n. pave ment In Shelton avenue, from Munson street to city line, for the assessment of benellts, nnd for the apportionment of the cost of said pavement nnioint the parties Interested herein, respect fully report th.it (hey have attended to the duty nsstgncd to them. That they caused reasonable notice to bo given to all persons Interested In the Nntrt nublln lmtirovetiK nt. in nil respects, put noani tu ui tn ... v. the charter of said Hty. to appear be- rore ineiii una nu.i.'i in thereto; and they fully heard nt thn time nnd place specified In snld notloo all persons who appeared before them. They tlierelore respccrruiy reennt-mei-d the adoption of the following order. All of which U respectfully submit ted. EDWARD W. BALDWIN, JAMES I VI AN, Bureau of Compensation. Cltv of New Haven, Oct. 6. 110'. ORDERED, That the sum of one thousand six hundred and twenty four nnd (ortv-nine one hundredths dollars ( jl.B21.491 be nnd Is hereby assessed upon the owners of property fronting on Shelton nvenue, hi-lutf a proportional mid reasonable part of the expense of ) constructing n pavement In suhl net ton avenue: and that said assessment become due and pnvnble on January 1, 1009. The names of eneh party nnd the amount of benefit assessed ncalnst each bclnc hnreln particularly stated, viz Marv Sta'-k 2". I" Robert Eru J1 William I.oveflay 9.'! Eunice M. Dunbar--Charles Bar InK life use 10. m) Joseph O. Kelly 42.71 Harriet E. McEv-en l.'2't John T. Locloer 7 t't Charles W. Daniels ti.OO The Wlnciiestor Repeating Arms Co "... tll.S'l Fophla Dnvls James P. Cptlln Kdwnrd B. Howell nnd John H Howell Asa G. Dlckermati ti n I 8.m) rt on 1'Utq 8.00 1 n? 8 22 8.23 Ti.Di U4 14.10 jo "4 in 0t S.ao August Bnrdorf . . . Abby K, Thompson and Lucy Boydston Asa CI. Dtckermnn Wilton K. Dickerman J. Wlllam K n.tppenberger William B Place Tnylor Contrregnttonnl cliurch Theodore H. Sheldon New Hnven Cliv S.-hnoI dlstrl t George T. llfttlvdt ,Secy... Ocnrpe V'. Davis Kate J. Hyd" S.irnh T. Winchester, care of The Hill Estate, cure of Thonins G. Bennett . Chnrl- O. Mi)1'-. . Nettle'M. Wllllritnl .. s t l . Ml'- II D itt no .i.. John F. M-Orntl The N. V.. N. H. H. R. It. 1 'o Edward B. Howell f iscnr Beet t ger Bernnrd 1. Bailey Iletnlg Selfrled TCllzabelh S. Tllllnghnst Wlllinm P. Neville Itallle A. Woodruff Johnnna A. Dlnneen Alfred Butler Cornelia S, peck 2H.12 2.1.00 I.M H.S.H IMS ; 1 1 d.f.i 10 0) II fill 1; on it -,it ll. ni In no 127.no 26 20 ir. r.t . Emma A. Kaynor Sarnh B Un-vett I Emily White 1 Helen E. 1'ierpont, V Plciponl '4 .Tnnies ;':' " T i 1 ' Frank H. Pb-rport, Snow, l.e( T. Snow, Tr..., Helen Plerpnnl, corn Levi T, Snow Maria Cimp Linlwlg H.-ff melster Henry I'. Lowe Jacinto ( 'as.irleeo George R. Bradley William C, Pnkrop and Catherine I'd k 1 op Louis C. Muller, e.ire of Warner D, Judson 'TMwa.rd K'l-lly . Frederick Guyor Estate of Jane Tlndlork, care of Edwin C. Plckelt Estate Charles T. Shelton - Henry A. L. Hnll, Adm Samuel C. Tompkins nnd Grace Ton, pit I us Llla P. Smnv James P. plerpnnl Nelson J. B. James Ell. I Bench 29 10 I s.nll 2r-.no 1 21 ml' 2 I 00 ! S io ! o.o r j s on ' 0 07 I 0.0 7 I 10.no 20.H 3 21 12 on 2.43 9.90 in n I Violet Beach 7.9 I Einiun B. Thayer I5,s William Paris 24 10 The Enterprise Kalltv Co., In,'. William J. Reld New Haven Savings Bank New Hnven County, earn County Commissioners Sarah B. Basset t Sarah B. Bnssett Sarah I. (Bnssett) McLean St. Andrew's ('Impel Frederick M. Burgess, Tr The Church Mission Association Frederick M. Burgess, Tr, . . Hnttle W Lelshman George Stevenson nnd Eliza Stevenson Mnrtha D, Ellott Pa I rick .1. Owens Honrv lielifor nnd Mart- Bchler. David W. McCarther Elizabeth" S. Tlllltiglinst David M. Davis and Phoebe E, Dnvls Harvev B. Leete. care of John R. Booth 26.12 20.04 20. fin sn a 1 67.18 Ui. on 1 n. 2 20.7? .... I. .0.1 1 .. ' ' 8.61 (1.60 10.011 O.11O 6.8 8 12.00 0.00 1 ".no 33.04 The N. Y N, JI. ft H. 1!. Estate Mary H. Hill - Bird! 1! Co. ird H. ILil. Adm John F. Mr Grail . . EH-.nbo!h A. MeGrnll .wife or John F McGrall ('harif.i T I'Mnas William D. Minor 10 1; 1 1 1.20 10. V? 10. 1 s O.llO s nn 1 ii s on to on ln.11 1 Robert '. Callahan ,1 osepli M ( 'ulga n st i Peter (V,gii.n Clara M. Ailing Margaret A I Pd eik Iss Eiiima J- I'ord and Julia, R. Sherman II FARMS FOR SALE. One cent a word for tach Insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven times. IF YOU have a rarm ror sale, I have a number of purchasers for It; or if you wish a farm for J5J0 up, on easy payments, send for a free list. Paul liusso, 639 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. au27 tf FURNISHED ROOMS. One cent a, word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for sevon tliuos. SOMCONE 18 LOOKING Foil THAT FCliMSHED ROOM. YOU CAN Till J, TIJEM WHERE IT IS, AND I low TO SECURE IT IN A SMALL ONE CENT A Wt KI- ADV. IT WILL COST BUT A FEW PENNIES. TWO nicely furnished connecting rooms, with bay window. SlnglJ room with hot and cold running water In the room. Bath, heat, board. 8! olive street. n21 "1 Fl HN1S11EI) rooms for rent; near Win chester's; large front room, ulan a small one. Modern house. How prices. Mrs. Wostbrook, 136 Shelter. (I venue, n20 3t THE CHARLTON Elegant rooms, gas, bath, electric lights, steam heat, rea FiOnahle. Transient necoinoilatlons. 107 Crown street, near Church. o24 tf FURNISHED ROOMS Pleasantly fur nished rooms with table board. All homo cooking. Prices reasonable. Cen tral. 2'i drove street, city. s21 tf TWO handsomely furnished rooms, with or without board, In modern house. 78 Lake place. 15 tf PLEASANT back parlor and hall bed room. 65 Urove street. Tel. 4072. 11 tf LOST AND FOUND. One cent a word for each Insertion, or tlve cents a word for seven times. IF YOU HAVE LOUT HOME'l"! Ill NO YOU WILL BIJ PRETTY SURE TO FIND IT, IF YOU AT ONCE PUT A SMALL ADV. CN DER Ol'lt LOST NO TICES. A HOY'S leather pockcthook, nblut 6 Inches long, 8 Inuhes wide, between Vale Held and New Haven house. Sat unlay, November 21. Contained money and commutation ticket PUilntleld, N. .1. 1Uh Ncw y,,,. ,,UVi i.n,,,r . wara(,,, j..raWer No. 0, t will bo re . C. 1121 Jt FOI'M) The following articles were found on the trolley cars of the Con necticut Co., olllee, Ford building, Statu nnd chrjpel streets: Ono bog fruit, ouo pm-kngo hosiery, one prayer hook, one umbrella, one knife, one pair gloves. n24 It LOST A collie dog; finder please re turn to 106 Fountain street, nil tf IHH'NI) A good pln.cn to buy birds, t-iiges, seed and supplies at The FM-.v. F. Smith ft. Co., 2511 State Street. See our Purity cage. 07 tf MASSAGE. One rent a word for each Insertion, or live rents a word for seven times. MISS 1. 1 '.EKE, 99 Olive street. Best Hollers I massage. Assistant even ings. Special facial work now. Wrin kles reduced In six treatments. Restor ative rivnm. ti 1 7 7t ts F.N Elt A I, massage, hnd or meehnn. leal vlbnitlon. Mis cuminlngs, pn) Church street. 'Phono 4 110. o23 30t CLAIRVOYANTS, PALMIST, ETC. One cent a word tor each insertion, or flvo cents a word for seven times. ' MARY J. WRIGHT, . M. P., 27 High street Dr. Wright treats all disease I and Is the. best known clairvoyant In ; the Btate. Your aliments located with out asking questions, 28 years In Ne.v 1 Haven. If In trouble or doubt regard I Ing events or people, advice will be I given through the doctoi. Clear clali- toyant vision. Graduate of Hahnemann college. Consuliatlon tl.nn. Hours: 'J a. to. to 9 p. in. No Sundays. oS 3m Robert Jordan 20 no Jane E. Heed 12. mi Tio i . si, I ;. Wenlseh 7 nip 1 II 111 111 I 'arroll 7 i'l I I !e .l llde II, bel 7.11 I ! Ilenrv It. Ilnrlbnrt 7.111 William E. Waterbury 1 5.11 1 Louise ai. Wnforhury Mary Iii j nobis 7.9J Sarah ('. Edward, care of James B. Kellv 20.60 Charles A. 1 IHIer . , a 11 r. t A. Maviy IHIler 20. 'G Harriett H, Webb, wife of Char ley II. Webb 2. 10 WellliiKlon ft" 1,1,7 I i Julia A. Lettcher il sn I Solo, ion T. Itie,gs 18.7'! 1 leorge T. Mills. ,lr 1 11. mi Estate of Joseph I-;. Cop Selh .1. Ball, Adm 8 40 Nellie G, Tuohy 8.1 1 The Sniiiint rlield M. E, Church, care el' llmest C. Carpenter... 87.10 $1, 824. 49 Aldermen. Board of October 6 lime and , 1908. ordered Read to ml nl for the 111 II lournnl. M. A. Moras, jr., A 'slsta nt City Clerk. Itonrd of Aldermen, November 9, 1908. for the necond time, report no order passed and asseaHnienli reoortcd. H. a 0 pled laid a M. A. MORAS, JR., Assistant Clly Clerk, CUy of New Hnven, November 1 7, 1908, A pproved. JAMES B. MARTIN, Mayor. I hereby certify that I he foregoing Is 11 true and correct copy of the or iginal report. At leaf . JAMES .1. DEVINE, 1124 3t , Oily Clerk. PROl'dSAlJJ FOR WINDOW SHADES. GREENE STREET SCHOOL. Olllce of the Board of Education, 87 orange Mlrcel. ! New Haven, Crmn., Nov. 23, 1918. So iled proposals will be received at llin ollh-e of Ihe Board of Education. orange sheet, New Haven, Conn., until Thursday, December jji .tons, nt 5 o'clock p. m., at which time they will I-.. ,,,......1 I..- Il.r. en.(..IOnA X. fc . , . 1 ot, . .,, "II lew U.,,., !!,n,,u l ,11,1,11.. ,nH,, -.... 1 ' 11 .,, 1,, 1 -IIIIH, IOJ- furnishing nnd hanging complete, 1 cno. 101 ii"c , in,! iiiuow snaties needed 111 the new Greene street nchool boiuie in tlia cltv. Speelitcal Ions and form of proposals may bo obtained at the ulllcn of thn Boar, I of Education, 87 Orange streel, New I laveii, I 'mm. The Conuiilltee reserves the right to reject nil bids or waive any defects In same If It he deemed lo the In-tel-eatH of the Dish-let so lo do. G. T. HEWLETT. Secretary Board of Education. ii24 lit vv. F. Gllirftp, I'reet. .Tlios. F, ( tin i! iff, v. I'rest, 41. W. F. (.Illehe, Mee.-Tren., Gillette Construction Cfl The Ccnera! Contractors and Builders. lUnlley llldvi., utfi ( Impel St. Texutioua S1ii. LOANS. One cent a word tor each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. fjan.nnn to loan talc, security. 011 first-class real es Ilonry C. Bretzfelder. n24 7t LOCKSMITH. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five con Is a word for seven times. MAX LEVIN, machinist, locksmith, bell hanging and latest burglary alarm. M Dow utreet. n20 7t DESSMAKING. Ono cent a word for earn lneertlon, or flvo cents a word for seven times. FIRST-CLASS dressmaker wants work by the day. Prices moderate. Ad dress J. K.. Courier. n20 3t inUSLVSJNXES LET IT BE KNOWN IN A SMALL ADV. THAT YOU HAVE FOUND IT, AND YOU WILL COMPLY WITH THE LAW. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for sevon times. STORE to rent; excellent business lo cation In Ea.at Dorhy, Conn,, suitable for grocery and butcher shop. Rent rca'.-inab!e. For further iirtlcjlara Inquire ot R. Morgatistern, 128 Main street, Ansonla, (.'emu, n20 tf INCREASE your business by sending out perfect Imitations of typewritten letters to a list of customers m.ulo up for you at the City Directory Offlce, 205 Meadow street. Come In and talk It over. s"l 2mos MJLOmCAL. Ono cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. Sl'PERFLUOl S HAIR can be Removed on Treatment and the Root ot the Hair Destroyed Gradually. Mrs. II. E. Chamberlain, 938 Chapel street, oppu iite Trinity church. Telephone 1767. 3 It LEGAL NOTICES. WILLIAM J. noETTOER, et al., THE MA YI.IN'GER CO. Superior Court, New Haven County, November 20, 1908, ORDER APPOINTING TEMPORARY RECEIVER. Edward O. Fredericks, of the City nnd County of New Haven, having this dav been nppolnted tompornry receiver of the Mavilnger Company, It Is hereby ORDERED, That a hearing upon the continuation of said appointment and for the nppolntment of two appraisers bo had before the Superior Court, nt New Hnven, in said New Haven Coun ty, on the first Tuesday in December, A. D. 1 y .1 S, nt ten o'clock In the fore noon. By the Court. A. N. WHEELER. n23 2t Assistant Clerk. ELLA AUGUSTA FARRELL, of Water bury, Plaintiff, Vs. II EN BY JOHN FA It I! El J,, formerly of Wuterbiiry. nnd of New Haven, now of purls unknown, Defendant. Superior Court, New Haven County, nt Waterhiirv. November 20. 1908. COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE. Ordered, Thnt additional notice of the pendency of tho complaint In tho above entitled case be 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 day of November, 1908. By thu Court, SAMUEL J. MARSH, n21 8t Assistant Clerk. District of New Haven, s., Probate Court, November 20, 1908. ESTATE OF SUSAN J. IVES, Into of New Haven, In snld district, deceased. The executor, having made written application for an order authorizing and empowering him to sell nnd convey cer tain real estate of said deceased ns by said application on die In this court more fullv appears, It is ORDERED, That snld application be heard and determined nt a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said district, on the 2.1th day of No vember, 1908, tit ten o'clock In the fore, noon, and thnt public notice of the pendency of said application, nnd of the time and p'nee pf the hearing thereon, he given by publishing this order threo time In some newspaper having a cir culation Bi said district. Bv the Court, JOHN L. GILSON, Clerk. n2l 31. NOTICE. TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OP THE NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT COMPANY. At a meeting of the Board of Direc tors of Tho New Haven Gas Light Com pany held on November 19th, 1 908, the following resolution was passed: "Voted, That for the purpose of pay ing the current Indebtedness and meet Ing the Company's requirements In tho near future, 6 tier cent, coupon de benture bonds of the Company to the amount of $l,000,1oo he Issued, con vertible Into the capllal stock of thn Company on the first day of October, 1926, or sooner at the option of the Board of dreetors. 'Voted, That stockholders be allowed lo subscribe for and take up such de bentures In proportion to their holdings of stock nl 5 p. in. on this 19th day of November, I90, "Voleii, Thnt such debentures con lain toe following clause: -,n right I) subscribe o nny future Issue of stock, debentures or bunds shnll accrue to the holder hereof, until fhe same shall have been converted Into stock, pursuant to the terms and conditions under which this debenture Is Issued,' "Voted, Thai notices hereof he duly adtciiliod in the New Haven dally newspapers, nnd that notices he also mailed to nil stockholders a. soon here after an possible, and that, subscription blanks and circular letters of explann llou he Issued and that subscriptions be received from stockholders In the ratio of one to three, but only for debentures of Hie par value of $100 or multiples thereof: that such debentures he of the denomination of $100, $600 and $l,00o, and be subscribed for on or before tho 29th tlay of December, 19)8. ''That, all rights to subscribe not util ized on of before the 29th day of De cember shall revert to the Company. inat 1110 ursc payment, or 2i per cent, oe one on trie nrst any or Febru ary. 1 909. inat me eeconn pnymnnr of 26 per cent, bo due on tho first day of October, 1 '.no.i. 1 11111 me uuru. paymenr or 26 per cent.. 00 una on inn nrsi nay or April j i' 1 ". "That the fourth payment of 25 per conl, be due on the first dav of Octo ber, 1910, when Convertible 'Debenture Bonds are to bo Issued pursuant to thn terms and provisions of this vole. In terest shall bo paid nt Ihe rate of 6 per cent, on the above payments, on October 1st, 1 909, April 1st, 1910. and October 1st, 1910. No Interest will bn alowed nn any advance payments" J. ARNOLD NORCROSS, n2l St. Secretary. VIBRATORS. Di-iiiiiiistiiitcil nnd for snlc Instant relief for pain. !MiiMigi' by Miss ('nimulng. 11 ri-imI-unto iiiuvsiii-we. Swedish I111111I method III' lllel'llllllli'lll. The Pierce Supply Co . I (Ml ( liiin-li Sireet. 'Phono ilU). FOR SALE. IT MAY BE -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 times. RIG bargain, one-family house; $2,-100, worth $3,000. William, 87 Church street. n21 Duo ROOKS, Books! Stationery, engrav ings, olo., a,t your own price. Tho old Kingsbury store, Crown street, near Orange, is selling out. Auction Satur day evening. nl'J it TICKETS for the West Haven Poultry Show, West Haven Town hull, Thanksgiving day, tho day hei'oro and after. See Morwln's window for dis play of prizes, 779 Chapel street. nl8 7t SMALL farm In Woodmont of about eight acres, with eight room house. All fronts on New Haven avenue, live minutes walk lo school, eight minuiea to church, ten minutes to trolley sta tion, twelve minutes to postollk.e. in quire ot Charles D. Kinney, 2n8 Whal ley avenue, New Haven, Conn, nls 7t. FOR SALE Velvet suit; reasonable. X. Y. Courier. nl7 7t IIRD wood, six barrels $1.00, Best coal, tour baskets $1.00 T. Collins. Yards 21 Leonard street. 'fob-phone, 1092-14. nli lino RUYING ladles', gonts' eld clothes; snd postal, ;Sam Wldder, 914 Grand ave nue, nl 2 1 y r RHODE Island red pekln and -mallard 66 Gilbert avenue. chickens, white ducks; evenings, nil VI MEN'S hats, latest style, $1, $1.60 and $2, same hats you pay liny cents more for elsewhere. The Dollar Hit Store, 437 htato street. tf ALCTION SALE. A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARN ED. SAVE YOUt PENNIES FOR A SMALL CLASSIFIED ADV. IT MAY BRING YOU BIG RESULTS. One cent a word for ea.cn insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. ALCTION SALE R. B. Mnllory, Auc tioneer und Appraiser, 1123 Clinpol. 'Phono 23(la. Residence, 300 Gcorgo street; 'phone 6.-64-2. It. II. MA I, LOR Y, Auctioneer, sells at 46 Shelton avenue (near .Munson Street) Tuesday, 2 p. ill., nice goods: Parlor suit, chiffonier, bureau, Iron couches, Iron bedstead, sowing iiiachine, tables, roeker.'t, chair.-, rugs, carpets, matting, oilcloth, lino range, refrigerat or,, go-cart, crockery, etc. 1 n23 2t AUCTION' PALE. Py order of tho superior court of New Haven county, the undersigned will sell at public auction, on tho 2lth day ot November, 190S, at 2 o'clock In tho af ternoon, at tho office of Ihe receiver, No. 715 (.'Impel street, all the properly of tho Baldwin tic Rowland Switch and Signal Company, now remaining In the hands of the. receiver, Including pat ents, nntterns. machinery and stock. Dated at New Haven this 2"th day of November, BIOS, JOHN T. M ANSON', n21 8t. Receiver. THE L. IIOSTWKK CO.. 45 Ornngn street, auctioneers rtnd appraisers. Antique and used furniture, outside sale solicited. 09 tf One cent a word for each Insortlrn. or five cents a word for seven times. MONEY to loan on good commercial paper, or short term loan nnd second mortgages. Palmatler & Brown, 100 Church street. n21 3t REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. DESIRABLE HOUSES ARE TO PR HAD IN MANY PARTS OF THE CITY. A SMALL ADV. IN THESE COLUMNS WILL HELP FIND ONB FOR YOU. One cent a word for each Insertion, or tlve cents a word for seven times. ONE-FAMILY house, nine rooms, all Improvements; i.8 Elm sireet; In quira Alonzo Derrick, PH Orange street, Room 9. nl9 7t ALFRED POWELL,-denier In West Ha ven Reallv, 6n2 Savin live. Tele phone, nllmo CITY NOTICE. REPORT DF. ASSESSMENT FOR PAVEMENT ON PROSPECT STREET FROM SACHEM STREET TO CITY LINE. In accordance will) provisions of Section 81 of the Charter of thn City of New Haven, notice Is hereby given that thn following reports of ihe De partment of Public, Works and Bureau of Compensation do assessment for pavement on Prospect street from Sa chem sireet to Clly tine, as reported by the Board of Aldermen November 9. 1908. was duly approved by His Honor tho .Mayor November 17, 1903; that said report Is duly recorded In tiu records of Ihe Board of Aldermen of Hie City of New Haven, and that the bene fits assessed become due and piiynblo on November 27, 1908. New Haven, Conn., October 6, 1918. To the Honoraiile Board of Aldermen of the City of New Haven: I herewith transmit to your honor able bony the following pavement as sessment report, which has been signed and approved by the Bureau of (jom pensa I Ion. Rennect fully subinli led, F. W. FOLEY. Director of Puhlln Works. To the Director of Public. Works of the City of New I laven : The Bureau of Coinpcnsa.l Ion, to whom was referred the cost of a pave ment In Prospect, street, from Sm-ln-'i street to City line, for the assessment of benefits' and the apportionment of cost of snld pavement among the par ties. Interested therein respectfully re port thai they have attended to tho duty assigned to them. That they minted reasonable nollee lo be given to all persona Inter ested In the said public Improvement, In all respects, pu'-suant to the provi sions of the Charier of said city, to ap pear before lliein and be heard In ref erence therein; und they fully heard at. thi! time and plncn, specified In said notle, all persons who appeared before them. Tht.v therefore respecl fully recom mend the adoption of the accompanying order. All or which Is respectfully sub milled. EDWARD W. BALDWIN, JAMES LOGAN, Bui cilu of (.'ompeiisat hoi, Clly of New Haven, October ,",, I'.MiH. ORDERED, That the sum of two thousand tlve hundred thirl y-f hree and seventy -one hundredth dollars ($2,63.1. 71 I bo and Is hereby assessed upon the owners o property fronting 011 Prospect street, being a proportional and reasonable part, of flic expense of constructing a pavimnt in said Pro.. peel streel, and thai said iive-ssi t bo-nines due and pay:ihl on .l.-iinj;ir,v j I, I imn. The names of each party and I ho 'amount of benefit against eio-h being herein particularly staled, viz.; Taleoll II. Russell m 1 Era nklln B. I lexter I :;.0u I Franklin Dexter lin.uii Theodosla M. Dexter 25,11s ' HELP WANTED MALE. El'KIl AlEM'KI) salesman' wanted to sell wood nnd willow ware In east tern Coniieeilcui only, on commission basis, only men familiar with the line need apply. Luring Lane, 41 Harrison struct, New York city, N. Y. n23 3t One cent a word for each insertion, or live cuius a word for sevtn tliuea. WANTED Jones' Select Employment Afctoiicy.. 23 Church street. 'Xaiuphona 23;ia, Connecticut's Largca' Agengy; maJu and 1'oim.ilu help supplied for mer eantllo and Uuinustlu service for ary and all klnda of work. Kent anywhore. WAtV'ili'D l Olt V, S. AIUIY Able bod ied unmarried men, botweeh' 18 and 36; cRiuc.is of the United States; li good character and temperate habits, who can speak, road and write Englidli. Apply Recruiting Ollleer, 890 Chapel street, Nviw Haven; 76ii Mam atreet, Hartford; iOi'i Mam street, Bridgeport 108 Bank street, Waterbury. Jyl lyr SALES M E W A NTE I . Ono cent a word for each insertion, or livu cuius a word for seven times. SALESMAN wanted to represent us, ex perience, 1111 chsni-y, ,'6 to $100 per iiionili and expenses or commission. Yalo Clgur Co., Indianapolis, Jnd. ' n2 t It HELP WANJWD FEMALE. , Ono cent a word for Mi:h insertion, or llv cuniM a word for ueven -times. REST heap supplied. Mrs. Patterson, 83 William, Went Haven. Tel. 9162-2. Kii tiut WAXTF.il S Iceman's. Reliable Employ ment Agency, iii.l chapel St., estab lished 2n yea is. Largest, best In the slate. Best male uud female help for any and all iOnda of work. Sent any where, open evenings. Tel 2322; WANTED by Ihe month, for family on Elm sn I, a housemaid who can sleep ul- intnie. Apply at once- at 283 I coepecL si reel, inoi nlns and even ing. i)2t 3t SITUATION WANTED FEMAIiE Ono cent a vord tor each insertion, or live conta a word for seven times. WANTED Light housework. Refer onces. 105 Asylum street. n24 It WANTEH by competent cook, position in private family. Good references; no washing or ironing. 16 Footo street. n23 3t RY A YOl'N'G girl to do housework; no washing. Apply 69 Prospect street. n!93t WANTED Sler man's Reliable Em ployment Agency, 7C3 Chapel street, csuililiHhed 2U years. Largest, best In the state. Host maie and female help for any unrl all kiiid.i of work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Tel. 2822. SELECT help, best s4tuatlona, Mrs. Sebald. 62 Court German, .English 022 lyr' spoken. Telephone, MRS. U. V. SHALES supplies flrst-claaa help. Give her a trial. Tel. 1684-14, 168 Dlxwell avenue. oil tf HOARDERS WANTED. DO YOU WANT A GOOD CLASS Off BOARDERS? LET THEM KNOW TIIRI.OGll THESE COLUMNS. THE GOOD ONES SEE THEM. One cent a word for each insertion, or ilvo cents a word for seven Itines.- BOA uncus WANTEDJ-Table board, homo cooking; ocuu-al; two -dlnlntf rooms; alao meal ticket L.. E. Holt, 26 Grove street. , aul9 tf TAni.E boarders wanted. ing. 26 Whulloy avenue. Home cook ,. aul8 tt Theodore T. Hunger i'V. . 16.04 George T. Ladd 10.06 Estaio William P. Trowbridge Lmy J'. Trowbridge, Adm.... D. Cady Eaton and Alice Eaton.. Eugenia L. Morris Cllu'ord Newton Josephine S. Newton tAnua C. Newton life US'-) .Mary S. Harris '. . George W. C url Is Yale iniiierslly A. P. Stokes, Secy Franklin Curler Edith F. Schwab, wife of John C. Schwab ' 14.00 20.00 22.44 11.00 17. JD 18. PI 83.90 46.60 18.00 Julia Twining and Eliza K. Twining, caro of Arthur T. ' Hadley 2.00 Eslalo Alexander C. Twining, cure of Arthur T. Jladley Ex .20.00 Marlon C, E. I lunscomb, wife of ; Godfrey Diiiiscomb 23.13 Yah- university A. P. Stokes, Secy 101,41 Estate Edwin H. English 26. 61) Sally Y. Henderson 20.1 i Mary J. Day 30. JU .lull, 1 Van Name . . 20.00 Sanders W. Hart 24.20 Margaret Hazard Fisher 59.8-1 Grace. W. Davles ' 107.15 Samuel A. York 45.00" Savings Bank of New Ixindon... 100.33 Samuel K. Blalchley slid John P. Phillips : 92.80 Estate Ilenrv J. Prudden--Ma ry J. Priiddcu nnd T. Mitchell Prudden, Exrsi 68.00 Rebec, -a McOnlloiigh Stoddard, earn Louis E. Sloddard 80.03 Victor Morris Tyler 60JO Samuel it. Blalchley ... 22.00 Stanley Dwlgui 80.00 New Haven Water Co ,.. 40.20' Annie O. Alltchell, wife of Al fred Mitchell 88.23 Henrietta E. Whitney 60.lt Louis E. Hlodd.-ii-d 80.94 Edith W. Sedgwick, wire of Hu bert M. Sedgwick '. 20.00 Estate Ell W lillney Henry (.'.' Whllo and Ell Whitney, Exrs. 07.80 SI. Francis orphan Asylum liO.SD Yale university, A. P. Stokes, Secy Vale 'university, A. P. SI tikes, 207.13 1.13.43 The 1 1 i I Eslnie, Inc., care of Thomas G. fieimelt Thomas Wallace, jr. . . ; Sarah S. W. Wahlen and Mary Elizabeth Whittlesey Ada it. Stonghton William- VV. Farnain Fierce N, Welch George G, Williams and Henry K. W. Welch ' Gilford rinehot A, P, Stokes, Jr., and Lewis S. Welch,- 'I'l-uit. ... . GlITord I'lllchol A. p. Stokes, Jr., and Lewis Welch, Trim...',.; Janiet, I It 1 1 H 011 so 77.73 77.D4 35.13 24.10 6 9. HD 40.19 20.00 .110.48 310.00 10.01 $2,533.71 Board of Aldermen, October 5, 1 908. or Ihe first lime and ordoreil 11 Ihe Journal. M. A. Mill! AN, JR., Asslslanl, Clly Clork. Board of Aldermun, Read prlntf d November 9; 1908. second time, report no- Re Colli. laid for thn order piissi I and assessments report M. A. MORAN, JR., Assistant City Clork Clly of New Haven, November 17, 1908. Approved, . . JAMES B, MMITIM. Mayor. T hereby certify that Ihe foregoing In true and correct copy of tho original ' 'I. Attest: . . JAMES 1. DEVINE, ' ' M2I31 City Clork.