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Insures delicious, health
ful food for every home, every day.
The only baking powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
made from grapes.
Safeguards vour food acairrst alum and
phosphr.lc of lime harsh mineral acids which
are used in cheaply made powders.
(Sprclnl .leiirni.l-Ciiiirlcr Xnv Si-rvl..i
J. 1). Tiemine and little daughter of
NewlnRton wro guests nv r Fnndsy 01 ;
Mr. pomlnc's mother wh. Is it tii ;
Varsonnco dnritiR Mrs. Clark's slay at j
the hospital.
iMrs. IT. Walter Ohlrtsey was called
to N'nugatuck Friday by the Mlnes-a of
her great aunt who passed away Sa'
lirdsy evening. Tier son Roy will go
Up for the. funeral which will bo h' M
this afternoon and return with his
mother this evening.
There -will be the usual Tlia!il;:ivng
service In the chapel Thursday ni;r
lag nt 10:30 o'clock nnd because c! tb's
service the usual Friday evntng im
Ing will be postponed.
Harold Ward, who recently resigned
Ms position at the Y. M. C. A. in New
Hsven, loft for his former home. In
North Brooklfle.ld, .Mass., yesterday.
This evening the St. Oeelta pingfng ;
sor.lotty, which Is composed of about j
twenty voices, all torsi taient. wu nom
a rehearsal at the borne of Mrs. ('. B.
Forbes. High street. Tho operetta
"King Rene's Daughter," Is being pre
pared for production later In the sea
eon. The town hall was the srene of
party from Fair Haven recently who
came here for a dance About twenty
couples were present nnd an orchestra
furnished music for thn dancing.
Mr. George F. Martin of Hadley,
Mass., , was a guest of his daughter.
Mrs. K, J. T.ynian, Saturday. He with
the doctor attended the Yule-Harvard
Mrs. J, A. Hnskell of Hemingway
flvepue was hostess for the me -ih-g o1'
the, Toadies Mir.'otufy meeting Friday
eftornoon. The subject, for the meeting
was "Along the T-ail," being the first
of the new work ti'kn up by the so
ciety this season nnd was In charge of
(Miss Lottie E. Street am! Mrs. H. II.
Mrs. William Webster of Berlin, a.
cousin of Mrs. p. ,1. Chirk.' whs a
guent. nt the parsonage Friday and
I,. B. Smith, who has
been In the
bis Hccbbvit,
New Haven iief.pitn! slr.e
has Rufflclnntly recovered from Ms.
.bruises and was removed to bis home
'In ITUth street yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Harry Parker of Meriden was
the week-end guest of Kn.rle Hotchklss
lil I fflrlll in .i.ii
m i .ii
The cans are much
u. u vuiwuuvsua uiuu wiw in us; VUWUa
You actually need only V2 as much
Van. Houten's as of other Cocoas.
llus double strength is gained by start
ing with the highest grade bean obtain
able and then extracting the full virtue of
the bean by a special process of manufac
ture known to no other maker of Cocoa.
Result, no boiling required, no sed
iment in the cup and the most easily
digested Cocoa obtainable.
(Best and Goes Farthest)
at tl
o homo of Ills sinter,
in Klrkhnm avenue.
Mrs. Falr-
I Th" Wayside ijleaiiors will meet thb
jfvrnir.K with Mrs. Haskell of Hetnln?-
j way n venue.
Merrill Thompson la spending tho
week at the homo of Ms pni-ents In
A party In I he form of a farewell re
ception was given to Mrs. L. A. Ward,
Friday evening at the homo of her sis.
tor, Mrs. W. H. Turner, Mrs. Ward
left Saturday for Imr former home u
North BronkfloM, where she expects to
remain through the winter. Whist
was indulged In and when the ncores
were counted, Mrs. ('. V, Baldwin was
found to have tho highest ladles' fv
the prize b ins n nia.v onnalso set; the
gentlemen's a military brush, being
won by Dr. R. J. Lyman. During the
social hour that followed light refresh
ments Mere served. Among those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur (loodyer,
Dr. and Mrs. K. J. T.yman, Mrs. Sarah
Conger, Mi.-s Tear Crossley, Mrs. Hat
tie Fall-child. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bald
win, Mr. and Mrs. b. .1. Tuttlo, Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Berry, Mr. and Mr. 11. T.
Johnson, Walter Chldsey, Mrs. Alice
Tim ffirieril of Calvin C. Klrkhnni
occurred nt his late home Sunday af-
'tnrnoon and was attended by a largo
circle of friends being the largest, fun
eral held In town for many years. A
large delegation was presenf from Ill
ram lodge, F. and A. M., Admiral
Fonte post, o. A. P.., and from Gideon
Wells Naval Veteran association, all of
which the, deceased was a member. The
bearers worn from the G. A. R. and
the Veteran association. Rev. G. A.
Aleott, rector of Grace P. K. church
and of Christ church ohVlnlod assist
ed by Rev. D. ,T. ('lark, pastor nf the
Congregational church. The floral dp.
piny was large nnd showed the cntrem
In which the deceased was held In
town. Tributes were sent by the follow
ing. 'A. V. Klrkhnni, C. T. Klrkham, Mr.
and Mrs. 1. '. Kirkhnm, Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. I'hldf-oy. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. H.
Chid soy, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. M. Chldsey,
Mrs. 1,, B. Fowler. Mrs. William P.
Tuttlo, Mrs. Anna Conn, town oiib-ers.
John S. Tyler, Kdmund B. Woodward
llui'one S. Thompson, Herbert H. Brad
ley, T'last Haven Boys' Light Infantry;
vestry of Christ church; teachers, .pu
pils and Janitor of the public school;
Navnl Veteran nssoelat inn, Misses
Grnco and Alice Sanford, Alice Minor,
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Chidey, Dr. Hol
brook nnd family, Dr. W. C. -Welch,
Mr and Mrs. F. R. Street, Mr. and Mrs.
C. R. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wll
loiigliby, Robert. I.lddell nnd family,
Mrs, Hattle Falreblld, Mrs. Cl.T-n, F.
Turner. Farle and Miss Kva Iloteh-
kiss, William F. Bishop, Leonard W
Thompson, Raymond Smith, Miss Pis
ley nnd Mr. nibble, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hen
ry Harrison Weed, .1. H. Shnw, S. R.
Miinson. W. IT. Klrschner. Interment
was In Fast Lawn cemetery.'
alike but there's
1MB UJir
Strong School Pupils to Glad
den Hearts of Many Poor
i People for Thanks
giving. The lueai oyster dealers are having
a line trudo for Thanksgiving. Slnca
last Wednesday, the express company
has liocii Heading out two cars each
rilh'ht from Front street for the fur
west, ami nearly every night
each car has been woll filled with pack
ukos of opened nystora. , Much of those
shipments went to the Dukotus and
points beyond. Tho Inst of the ship
iiirnts lor the fnr west will rd out to
nlslit when It la expected that two ears
will bo forwarded. Tho Now England
trndo Is ulsn very good mid it Is safe
to say these shipments will be greater
than those-, of hint year, The stock Is
very ft no this year.
The nrrlvnla yesterday Included tho
Amanda F. Lnncral't from Providence
with 3,400 bushels and the schooner
Klla from Providence with 2.S00 bush
els of oysters. Those oysters will bo
Just In time for the Thanksgiving ship
ments. There was an Interesting ene nt
Strong school yestordny morning when
the potnto drill was held. As the pu
pils from the various rooms marched
through tho corridor, ench dosposlted a
number of potatoes In a basket imlll
f.S baskets were tilled, making fully -".
bushels In nil, Thev were hrnucthl In
paper hags and some of the boys
brought them In their porkels. This
morning there will bo the apple and
thn penny drill. Tt Is exported there
will bo nt least 1 Ti bushels of apples
donated and quite a sum of money In
the penny collodions. All of those don
ations are to be distributed tomorrow
to deserving families for a Thanksgiv
ing donation. It Is exported that about
2."i or 30 families will share In the distri
bution and that each family will re
reio something like three baskets of
potatoes, apples and other provisions.
These donations at tho Strong srbool
h ive been niacin now for several years
and the puplU take much Interest In
thn same.
On Thanksgiving day frmn 4 to 7
o'clock nt thn parsonage of St. James'
church In Grand avenue tho rector,
Iv. William Burrows and wife will re.
celvn the members of the parish. A
general Invitation for all the members
of thn parish and the congregation has
been extended.
Among tho arrivals yesterday was a
coni barge with about 400 tons of coal
bound to one of the wharves above
Crand nvenito draw bridge.
At the prayer meeting at the Grand
Avenue Baptist church, this evening
the subject will bo "Thanksgiving."
"Hnve I the Spirit of Gratitude?"
will be the topic of the prayer and con
ference meeting at the Grind Avenue
congregational church this evening.
Out on the Foxon road on Sunday tin
nuto caught tire nnd had to be towed
back to thn rlty. The name of the
owner was not learned. Th damaged
machine attracted considerable atten
tion as It was towed through Fair Ha
ven. The Christian Army w ill give a din
ner to BOO children nt the homo, 364
Fxclnnge street, on Thanksgiving day.
The dinner will be served from 12
noon. Any ollb-er of the Christian
Armv will supply tickets. Donation
of groceries, fruit, candy, toys, eti:
will bo thankfully received by the
Mr. and Mrs. John ,T. Cirbett of 1R0
Grafton street arn rejoicing over the
arrival of a baby girl at their home
Boston Asphalt Company to l it Spy-
ftiteen Spots.
Employes of the Boston Asphalt
Co. have come to this city to com
menee the work of repairing the ex
cavations In the paved streets where
the work was done by the company,
There are 17 excavations In the pave
ments In different streets and with
only two exceptions are tho result of
laying water pipes or telephone wires,
the expense which will bo stood by
the companies making the Improve
ments and thn property owners. The
two exceptions mentioned nrs In Or
ange atret-t north of Chnpol street,
where the pavement has been worn
down by tho constant travel and In
West Chapel street, near Norton street
where there Is an excavation. Tho city
will .stand th expense of repairing
these two places.
The Boston company has brought
a long a temporary plant for doing the
work and has installed lis plant and
supplies nt tho city supply house. Tho
company .-barges $5 a foot for the
repair of the pavements.
AH pavement work In Now Haven
for tho year Is finished and tho com
mission has expended since January I
'about $1 20,000 putting city streets In
condition. The commission bad a
balance of about f 20,000 left from
the previous year ami with $100,000
provided went, ahead with tho paving
of the streets considered to be thn
most noedy.
New York, Nov. 13. -Sines Mmo.
Wmmfl. Karnes, tho operatic Ur, an
nounced she. would not return to New
York In opera next winter, reports hnvn
been In circulation that she intended
r.ttlrinK from the slnse. it Is now an
nounced that Mine. Knmes has no In
tention of giving up her operatic
Holland, Vt, Nov. 23. Key. Fran-
j rts .Croclala, a Sicilian priest, who
whs found Kullty several dnys.aKO of
assault In connection with the murder,
! lust July, of Accarlto Nu.nloro, to-day
wus sentenced In the superior court to
not less tlmn three nor more thnn live
years In the House of Correction in
this city.
Uaniboulette, Franco, Nov. 2,1.
I l'residen F-alliores and Klnjr Gustavo
I of Sweden hunted over the. historic
preserves here to-day, the kliijf uiak
lii' a big bag, Which included. ,7'J
yUtuatuitu unci it rabbits.
Several SurrK:s, However, on Slow
Tmck Warden Heats rnvorlle.
Oakland, Hal., Nov. 23. While rleur
weather prevailed to-day tho track at
Kineryvllln was muddy and theer were
some siirprlsts, Warden heat Ar
lionuut, thn favorite, for the seoond
raeo at 5 1-2 furlongs; uMIhs Highland
and Billy Pullmnn worn two nuoec.su
ful firm choices. Wap was claimed out
of tho third by the lieokwlth stable for
First rare, fl 1-2 furlongs, soiling,
Miss Highland, 97 (Deverlch), 13 to 20,
won; Beau Man, 109 (Kirschbuum), M
to fi, second; .Marches A, 102 (Coburn),
10 to 1, third. Time, 1:10 l-f,
.Second rare, five furlongsWarden,
10 (Upton), fi to 1, won; Argonaut, ICO
(Buxton), 11 to 5, second; Apto Oro, 100
(Sweet), 8 to 1, third. Time, 1:08 3-S.
Third race, six furlongs, sailing.
Nebulosln, 105 (.Miller), 10 to 5, won!
Billy Bowlegs, 107 (.Shilling), It to G,
second; Wap, 102 (Taplln), 0 to 1, third.
Time, 1:15 2-u.-
Fourth race, mile and 70 yards, selling.-
T.llley Pullman, ill (Towers), 8 to
fi, won; Sir Brlllnr; 1 IS (Stuart), 7 to 1.
second; Col. ISronst.in, 107 (Kcogh), 20
to I, third. Time, J:47 1-2.
Fifth r.ico, 5 1-2 furlongs. llajselet,
111 (Towers), 12 to B, won; Kempeonl,
110 (Walsh), 4 to 1, sotfond; Toll Box,
110 (W. Miller), 4 to 1, third. Time,
1:08 2-5.
Flxth rare, mile nnd 70 yards.-
Khlnock, 110 (Miller), 10 to 1, won:
Bollomenre, 10" (Buxton), 20 to 1, sec
ond; Silver .Sue, 107 (Russell), 15 to 1,
third. Time, 1:47 2-5.
Coventor of Town WW fie, Elected to
Succeed Allison To-day. I
De.s Moines, la., Nov. 23.- Tomorrow,
Just IT. years lo a day since his first
andldaey for the Cnlted States sen
ate, was announced, f!ov. Albert B.
CniMnhiH will be elected to that posi
tion to succi'f.l thn late W. B. Allison,
who defeated Cummins only last Juno
In ihe republican primaries. Coventor
Cummins first randldary was an effort
to succeed James F. Wilson.
Nearly all members of tho legisla
ture arn here tonight nnd they will
abide by tho decision of the republican
voters In tho recent special primary
and elect Cummins when thoy convene
tomorrow In extra session.
Between Twelve nnd Twenty Persons
Reported Killed nt Pltiey.
Little Rock. Ark., Nov. 23. A .lis
patch from Rus.sellvllle, Ark., sas
that between twelve and twenty per
sons were killed In a tornado which
swept through the sett lenient of
Plti.-y bit. i to-day, nnd about thirty
other pet-snns worn Injured.
Dispatches report that the towns of
W.lllervlllo and Jo thro, Franklin
county, were almost demolished by a
tornado to-dny and that several per
sons were killed In ench place.
Pldltor Journal-Courier:
1 wish to ask a question. What has
become of the Kntyklds that we used
to hear autumn nights on the green?
I have not heard a single note from
them this fall, and It Is now near tho
winter months. I think I did not hoar
a Katydid on the green a year ago.
Tho only theory I can advance for
their disappearance Is this: Tho green
Is now "populated" by a largo num
ber of pigeons, and It seems reason
able to conclude that, In their search
for food, they have exterminated tho
little green Insects. Can any one ad
vance a better theory?
H. T. F.
New Haven, Nov. 23, 1 3 OS.
Want Diimngcs for Hall They Claim
Tlioy Rented.
A suit has been filed In the city court
of tho Brotherhood of Railway Clerks
against Eugene Morris, as the result of
a dispute, over the rental of a hall In
which the society planned to hold Its
mgeetings. The complnint olleges that
the society rented a certain hall from
Morris and that after It had paid rent
for tho month of October It was not al
lowed to ue the hnll after October 11
nnd has since been unable to use It al
though It was to be used twice a week
for meetings of the organisation, Tho
suit asks for dnmages of $150.
"Watch on the Hhlno" Clashing With
(iiirlliiibll llvinn Ends In Shooting.
Vienna, Nov. 23. Tho German nnd
Italian students attending tho I'nl
verslty of Vienna rnme Into serious
collision In the university precincts
this morning, and before tho police
drive the rioters sway pistols had
been freely used and a number of
young men wounded.
"'d 4lter cold C0URl1 at,er cough.
J 1 I W 0ne cold no sooner cure(1 nn
OO 1 ,0l7Q another one comes. It's a bad habit,
U4UO VUtUO thi9 ,aking.cold nahit. What yo'
M Vour Jorin, ,Ayrr; Chen,, VfcW b "l'3 " Tiffl V'"
mt jmt the right miidm fnr ,ch r.cci. He "ilshabif .healinflamed membranes,
tnnw.i all nimti' ii. I nrn e'niw nts namcc. wv ..uuwj.y Mnn.
The Continental Automobile Manfg Co.
121 Olive Street. 'Phone 5232-2.
Hov. Dr. rgerton Young Entertains
I.nrge Audi. 'tire.
An exceedingly Instructive lecture
wn.s given last night In the public lec
ture course at College street hall by
BflV. lr. Kgerton Ryerson Young, on
the life of tho North American In
dians. Dr. Young gave an account
of his work for a number of years la
the Northwest territory. Many flno
views were shown of types of Indians,
also Illustrating their manner of life
and customs. Pictures of the Esqui
mau dogs, used for travel over the Ice
Molds of the Arctic regions, and also
domestlo dogs, and thn differences In
their characteristics wore commented
Mr. Young expects to return to his
work as a missionary. Ho has writ
ten a book descriptive of his observa
tions and experiences, which has been
commended by President Roosevelt
Dr. Young declares that the Red man
Is passing away and that ho Is gradu
ally being assimilated Imtsmucn as In
termarriage with tho whites Is quite
generally practiced.
Next wook the lecturer In thn pub
lic lecture course will bo Charles I).
Kellogg, tho bird man, and bird warb
ler and whistler.
Governor Woodruff nml Congressman
Mllcy at Boston Meeting.
Boston, Nov. 23. A notablo and rep
resentative gathering listened for sev
eral hours In tho Tremont theater this
afternoon to two addresses on forestry
and fruit growing, which opened tho
conference of delegates from tho six
New Kngland states.
Governor Guild presided at to-day's
session, which was marked by the pre
sentation of papers on "The Cultiva
tion of Forest Trees," by National
Forester Clifford PtneJiot. and on "N'ew
England's Opportunity In Orchards,"
by Professor John Craig of Cornell.
The delegates, numbering nearly two
hundred, were the guests of thn stats
at a banquet at the Algonquin club to
There worn four governors-elect In
the gathering, Bert M. Fornald of
iMaine, Henry B. Qulnby of New
Hampshire, ieor'j H. Prouty of Ver
mont and Gcorga I Mllcy of Connecti
Headquarters Change in Bo Started on
Changes that will make quite a dif
ference In tho appearance of .the
central polb-o station nre to be start
ed to-day. Tho present old fashioned
desk behind which sits the sergoant
In command Is to be torn out and In
Its place there will be Installed the
much finer desk which has been re
moved from the chamber formerly oc
cupied by the board of councllmen on
the third floor of tho City hall. This
desk In to be set on a raised platform,
When the Improvement is done tho
old fashioned wire partition which
now divides the desk from prisoners'
nnd tho non-elect will be taken down
nnd In Its placn a tilcoly polished
brass rail about, six Inches outside the
desk w ill bo used to protect the com
manding ottlcer from Intruders and to
separate him from prisoners brought
before Mm.
The desk is to be placed upon a
raised platform and will command the
room In much better shape than tho
present one does. The tearing out of
the old desk will start to-day.
Banker Knees Charge of Sfin.OOO I'clo.
nloits Appropriation.
New York, Nov. 23. Of the several
bank officers who were Indicted after
tho panic failures In Brooklyn last
year, tho first to be placed on trial
j was John G. Jenkins, Jr., ex-presldent
! of the Jenkins Trust company, at
I Gates and Nostra nd avenues. His
lease came up ta-day before Justice
i Kelly in the supreme court, Thn
I charge was grand larceny in tho first
The Indictment was found nt the
same time as tho one ngainst his fath
or, John G-. .Tonkins, sr., who has died
since, and his brothers, Frank and
l Frederick. The specific accusation
against tho first defendant Is that on
October 23, 1 907, he took from tho
Jenkins Trust company's funds tho
sum of $50,000, and feloniously appro
priated it to his own use.
The process of selecting tho Jury
was slow.
Annapolis. Md., Nov. 23. Elaborate
ceremonies to-day marked the celebra
tion of the pvn hundredth anniversary
of the founding of this oil y. A parade,
joined in by (ton of tho midshipmen,
United States marines, stnto militiamen
and civic organizations, was reviewed
by Governor Crolhers.
If you wnnt a prize winner then buy
a Continental Automobile. This car
holds thn silver cup for llrst, prize in
tho 1,000-mili) senieil-bonnet contest
'for speed and durability. The Conll.
dental cur Is recognized us one of the
great successful niuchtncs in the coun
try. If you want one leave your order
at owe orders require nt least six
weeks to (111. Wo would be pleased to
five dciiious'riition an) time.
West Haven
ONE FAMILY HOUSE en Elm Street, cna
block west of Campbell Avenue. The house
was built less than four years ago, is modern
with all improvements and in first-class repair.
Ha3 nine good sized rooms. Price $3808. .
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.
Real Estate
Wlint you want done In Itenl
Kstato you want done right, nl
wlion any business Is transacted
through this ofllc-o the parties to
It' feci safe and satisfied.
Hooma 16-18. 'Phone 267-13.
Three fine modern nouses for sale;
open for Inspection afternoons, three
o'clock ; No. 110 Linden street, be
tween Livingston nnd Orango streets.
Trice nnd terms right.
Bawlng, Turning and Jobbing Id
Wood of All Kinds. Window and
Poor Bcreens. Cabinet Work, Pack
ing: Boxes.
General Insurance.
Tourists' Insurance
J The Anthony & Ellithorpe Co.
$ 204 Malley Building.
FRED CHAT FIELD, Pres. snrt Trms.
The Geo. M, Grant Co,
Room 201, Exchange Bldg.
ti. its chtii at.
For Information Regarding tha
Write H, B.Kopf,P. 0. Box 1236 Git
Fnr hnnilNiiiiie, new U-r.'iiin flats,
with In. i lei's pantry mill Imih, iinvlnu
all 'he m-lo-.lle e.MivenleneeK, out.
Iiinklnar the lieiiiillf.il ll.lueu onil pnrk.
Itnn't full to nee tliem. Itey nt oilier.
Law Corporation.
WALTER J. MEAD, Local Mgr.
Delinquent customers arn worse
than leaks In tho cash register
310 Y. M. C. A. BUILDING,
15a Temple Street. Tel. 5500.
Home Office, 79 No. Main, Watnrbury.
Branches Hi-blepou, I3K Fairfield
Avenue; Hartford, !I04 Main .Street.
Hubble -My dear, If I can not leave
the olll.-e In time for dinner to-nlB'ht,
t win Br.n.i v . net,, li v ft mes-
T will send you a not., ny ft in.
Wife You iioo.l tint f;o to that, ex-
peiiHH, (icorne, for 1 have already foiin.f
the mitt
111 Vour CuiU uo'juei. iwmmu
1 lowmwMtii!m!vy!'maumsa&
64 Trumbull St.
Near Whitney Avenue.
A ten-room house with all
Improvements. An attractive
residence In a most desirable
A three-fitnilly house on Trims
street, 17 rooms and .1 bathrooms, with
nil improvements; rents for $864; also
barn. WW be sold at a bargnln, if
sold at once, Sli thousand dollars
can remnln at 57o.
IVJoorhead & Donnelly,
Room 20, 82 Church Street.
First-class offices in building
Steam Heat, Elevator and
Janitor Service included.
Benj. R. English.
.839 Chapel Street.
New modern one-fnnilly house, N?.
115 Kverltt street; parquetry floor n
dlnlnir room, parlor and reception nan,
Hied vestibule nt bath room, four
bed rooms on second floor and one on
third floor, copper holler in kitchen,
Thatcher tuhulur hot air ''a"nn
drv in cellar. Lot 50x1 ST. Price, $8,350.
First morttrs(?e of $4,500 at 5 per cent.
Can arraiiKe for second mortgage or
$1,000 if desired. Inqulro
Judon 6 liauff.
Mellry Blclff. n3 Chnpol St.
A reel bnrgnln at $2.50.1. Two-family
bouse or. Hylvan avenue, rented for $304
a year to llrst-clnss tenants.
Two-finnllv house on Wlnthrop ave
nue, between Whalley and Goffe street,
for $350. ' . . ,
WM. H. H. HEWITT, 818 Chapet SlMl.
A two-fniiilly bouse, large lot, 100
feet front, on easy terms, situated In
West Haven, on lino of steam and
trolley roads. Also one-family house,
seven rooms, central location. Trice,
Money ta loan in soma to sulk
Room 215. Washington Bulldlnft
We can show you 10 to 25 for,
, u v in Ileal Estate in this city.
owV yotil OWN HOME. PK
.mo from our list of 75 houses, rang-
nun $U"0 to 117.000-1800 to
t", ooo down. K you want a home ot
fnveai.ut.nt wo will get it. or build it
Sen our plan.
Wo can supply your wants from
drawliiK the plans to placing you in I
lintshed house.
Ileal JKslttlo. J nsiiriuicft
Corner Stnto mid tirniid.
0ne two-family, aiielton live.
Unt. twu-Uunlly, morion streoi.
One t wo - I'll in Uy, (Union street.
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Rents colluded and properly CftrH
j for. Open Monday and Saturday even'
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