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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1908.
11 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS - i MVNINfr MAIiEttS, DECOR ATORB. CLOSSON iV KIMiMlTavI C40 Chapel street. We make Canopies for Wed dings and I ecnrailons (or Receptions. Now Is the time io ,avn those awnings repaired fur your windows and porches or ntxl year use. Estimate furnished. Don't, forgot that wo are the people that Jo the work. Telephone 1607-3. 1. CUNNINGHAM SON B74 Chapel t. Awnings, Tonu, Flags, Truck Cov ers. Horse Covers. Tents and Canopies to rent Decorations (or Hills, eta. AUTOMOBILE REI'AIRIJi O. illE J lN If ION 'c AUAGn " Dix well and Sheltou aves. General Jobbing jnd Ropaliin gof Autos and Bloyoles. Machine Work and Light Manufactur ing. Tolophona 8362-12. TUB Km'0TVAKBMAJr CO. 8-10 Woosler st.; Autos Repaired. Bodies Repaired and Koflnlslied. Gasoline and Oils, Engineers and Machinists. 'Phone 4614. ASTHMA CURE. A I'OHITUVE curs for Asthma, Bronchl tls, Catarrh and Consumption, tl par bottle, Hundreds cured by this medi cine. Any one can walk, climb stairs, or sleep In three days' treatment. VVU 1 i" i)i Fowler. 3a Broad street, olty, ARCHITECTS. FOOTE TOWNSEND Architects, S14-21B Malley Building, . New Haven, Conn. AUTO TIRE REPAIR WORKS. auto Tutu repair wonm-Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired, Recovered and Vulcanized on premises. Work Guaranteed. Work called for and de livered. Tel. 4441. 4H State street, New Haven. BUNDLE WOOD, CHARCOAL, COKE WOOD for fireplace, Kindling and Fuel Purposes. Best Seasoned Wood. Call us for prices. 'Phone 1454. New Haven Wood Co. BUTTER AND EGGB. M. C DINGWALL Eggs laid yesterday Get here to-day. 74-70 Congress avenue. BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. F. COLLINS a Broadway. Agent for ibe Truss frame Iver-Johnson wheel, t'i'he old reliable). Look this machine over. Sundries and Supplies, BOTTLERS. DANIEL j. OOOUY 711) State street Bottler of the Famous Gold Medal Tivoll Hampden Pale Ale. Delivery to all parts of clcy. Telephone bsU-ll. C. c. II A. i! Ell Corner Ashmun and Bristol streets. Bottled beer deliver ed to all parts of the city. 'Phone or ders promptly attended to. CARRIAGE PAINTING. CARRIAGE, Truck and Automobile Painting. General Jobbing of all kinds. Frederick C. Reynolds, 183-185 Grand avenue. 'Phone abas. CARRIAGES, W AGONS, HARNESS. DWluiiT u. BALDWIN Crown and Park street. Carnages, Wagons and Harness, Blankets, Botms and Whips Rubber Tires attached. Repairing. ''HE SEAHKOOK SMITH CAKHIAGE to. .Makers of special designs; rt pair your auto, carrluge or sielgh. Look lor snow. A. M. UEEIIE 439-443 Elm St., Manu- facturer of Carriages and Wagons. Repairing, Painting and Trimming. Au tomobilo tops. Automoblie painting. eAMLEl, K. PAGE 60-62 Franklin st Manufacturer of Carriages and Auto mobile Bodies. First class Repairing "y experienced m?n. 'Phone feoi. CONTKACTOKS, BUILDERS, ETC. t. LMO DEAN 1)6 Oratigo sl, Cabin" it Work, ullice Fittings, Window and Poor (Screens. Jolucr and General Job lie r. Estimates furnished. Both 'phones. WILLIAM M. ALLEN 541 C'mbui ave., Contractor and Builder. Jobbing froinpUy attended to. Telephone 1 Kid" 4. ., J, FITZGERALD Contractor and Builder. Dealer in Real instate. Tele phone 366UJ. tiSO Ferry street, New Haven, Conn. JOHN C. MORTON 478 State St., Caiv penter, Joiner and General Jobber Estimates furnished. Telephone 1412-4 Mew Haven, Conn, LOUS ULTZE1T 8 Ailing sireeL Car penter and Builder. Prompt enoert work. Satisfaction given. Jobbltut a Bpeclalty. 'Phone 2778-2. UHOHUU H. cook si Frank st.. Build-" er anu Contractor. Jobbing a special ly. Estimates given on plans at short notice. Telepnono 178U. SMALL PALM bin Carpenter work and general Jobbing, estimates fur nished. 006 Quinulpiao ave. 'phone J AM US A. FOGARTV 184 Canner BL General Contracting Builder. Lowest estimates on all classes of work ti ipnone 121)8-12. " E. II. MAURY Carpenter and builder Kstlmatea furnished. Jobbing promm ly attended to, and work of the best fie Judson avenue. Telephone. i. W. HARROWS ZS Admiral at. Con tract Carpenter and Builder. Sner-lii attention to Jobbing. Estimates fur nlshed. CHARLES 0. DUNN Ropalrlnr and Carpenter Jobbing a Specialty. Rstl mates furnished. Fair prices. a a,, burn street AU GEOIIGK K. LATHAM, Carpenter and Builder. Special attention to Jobblr'a No. 1145 Campbell avenue, West Havnn Conn Telephone 6681 .;. CABINET WORK, WOOD CARVING. THE YALP1 ART WOODWORK CO. Restores Antique and Modern Furni ture to its Natural Beauty. Mantels Show Cases and High Grado Furniture Made to Order. 'Phone 8065; 128 Park street. CONTRACTING MASONS. L N. LEONARD & CO Contractors and Mason Builders. Prompt attention Riven to repair work. 806 Malley build. Insr CARRIAGE REPAIRS. J. T. RREEN 87 Greene st.. Carriage and Automobile Painting and Repair ing. Carriage work a specialty. All work guaranteed. Telephone 1814-2 CORSETS, CLARA J. MOORE 112 Park street; French and Domestic Custom-Made corset. Other specialties for Women' . oar' 9aU a"d 8eo amiles at our of fice. Phone lD.W-a. CONCRETE WAL iS. tONNliJtTICIJT COhCItlCTHl CO. Walks, Driveways and Floors In Con oreto; Artificial Stone ami Maotlo An-rtiul.t--. 9$!.. Room ,216. 89 Church st. JOHN i THOMPSON 204 GofffCe st (Robinson) Carbonized Htone for Driveways and Cellars. Ecavatln and Grading. Telephone. av'vHI, DETECTIVE BUREAU. DKNNV'S DKTKCTIVE RUHIOAt Pre paring Cttsui for Court a Specialty. (Star Scurct Service System). 82 Churi'h street ELECTRICA L CON IRACIORS. SIMMONS A SON H 15. Francis, Mgr., 265 Nt-rton at. Kieotrlcal contract ors, "Estimates fun.ished. Telephone 68S8-2. "Wire for us and we 11 wire for yoii" EYESIGHT SPECIALIST. TOUR EVES examined and fitted with glasses, from $1. Dr. S. 8. Relss, cor. Grand avenue and State street- EXPRESSING. FOR SALE New express wagon. Heavy. Will sell cheap. Also car riage for sale. P. McCarthy, 105 St. John street. JuH tf IIS1I MARKET. PEOPLE'S FISH MARKET Win. "wTl son Son, 30 Congress ave. Dealers In all kinds of sea foods. Both tele phones ITiORIST. S. U. MOOHK-- FLORIST. 1054 Chapel Street. Telephones. 3740 and 8741. GROCERIES AND MEATS. ROBERT LVITZ Groceries, Meats, Pro visions, etc. Howard avenue and First street. Telephone 278. "Call us up." aS tf GENERAL CONTRACTOR, WILLIAM UINE General Trucking and Teaming. Residence, 82 Win chester avenue, New Haven, Connecti cut. HOTEL JEl'i'ERSON, EUROPEAN. LIGHT, Airy Rooms. Comfortable Beds. Free Baths. Transient rooms, 50o., 76c. & 1. W eekly, 12 to i. W. C. Augur, Mgr., 440 State st. Open all night. ILVBEllDASUEHY. SOET HATS will be In great favor this season. We have the most popular shapes. Shanley's 34 Church street. 0-6 tf HOUSE MOVLNG. DRAKE COVLE House Movlns, Shoring unci Raising, 48 Home St., S. Rock. 'Phonet)4i7-2. 774 Washlng ton ave., West Haven. HORSES. I HAVE a few good business horses left out of niy last load. Several good second hand horses and a few fast pacers. 1 want to close them out to make room lor niy next load. It you want your horse clipped bring lilm here. We clip him in twenty minutes. All work guaranteed. George F. Crlpps, 1S3 Commerce street. II. V. CANNON 185 Commerco street. Biue Front Aucrtlon Bale and Commis sion Stiihles. Auction every Friday at 1:30 p. ni. 'Phone 1S37-4. JEWELRY. METROPOLIS JEWELRY CO Poll building, sells reliable Jewelry on weekly payments; cheap. Call or write. Open Saturday evenings. RLENENE. KLENKN1C The household, cleaner will clean Dress, Skirts, Auto vefls Waists, Silks, Laces, Neckties. Gloves, etc Klenene Soap Co. 112 Park St. CITY NOTICES. SPECIAL COMMITTEE DE PLACING OF WIRES I ' N 1' ER GRO t ' M ' .. The Special Committee de Placing of Wires Underground of the Rnnrd of Al dermen will hold a public hearing Fri day, Deeetnhf-r 4, 1908, In Room 10-11, City Hall, at 8 p. m., for the considera tion of the resolution of Alderman M. .1. Burke thet the telephone, telernph and trolloy feed wives be placed unrl.T ground. All persons Interested in the fore going are hereby notified to he present and be heard thereon without further notice. Per order M. J. BUPKE. Chairman. Attest: MfCHAEL A. MORAS. JR.. d23t Assistant City Clerk. COMMITTEE ON BUILDING AND BI'TLDING LINES. The Committee on Building end Building Lines of (he Board of Alder men will hold a pobllr hearing Friday. December 4. 10'is, in Room 13, Cliy Hal at 8 p. m. for the consideration of the following petitions: Petition of Ceo. Benton, et, als., for a building line on Irving street,, between Norton street and Boulevard; of Paul I,. Baer, to abolish building lines In front of No. 176 Dixwell avenue, and Footc street southwest corner of Plx weTl avenue; A. D. May, for change of building Hue on Olive street, between Wooster and Water streets; P. '. Kav. anaugh. for building line en Minor street, between Cedar street nnd How ard avenue; of Hnry Falxmnn for ehol Ishment of building line on the west, side of Commerce street, between Con gress avenue and Temple street: R. .1. Minor, et als., for building line on Canner street, between Livingston street and Orange street? and petition of V. Montanari for building line on Hamilton street, near Grand avenue. All persons Interested In the forego ing nre hereby notified to be present, and be heard theron without further notice. Per order N. J. LEONARD, Chairman. Attest: MICHAEL A. MORAS, JR., d2 St. Assistant City Clerk. COMMITTEE ON LEO TSLATTON. The Committee on Legislation of the Board of Aldermen will hold s, public hearing In the Aldermen's rlmmli !, City Hall, Friday, December 4, most, nt 8 o'clock p. ni. for the consideration of amendment to Section 222 of I lie Charter In regard to filling racam v lu office In some manner other than by special election; amendment to Sec tions 90 and 92 and. special act of Gen eral Assembly, approved April 16. 1001, regarding appropriation, etc., for de partment of parks. All persons Interested in the fore, going are hereby notified to he present, and be heard theron without furl her notice. Per order J. EDMUND MILLER, Chairman. Attest; M. A. MO RAN, JR., da m Assistant City Clerk NOT SERIOUSLY IUTIT. William Curley's Fii.1l from Window Not. a Und Onp-. While cleaning a window for tin DeVita tailor shop at 157 Orange street, yesterday afternoon, William Ottrlcy of 5,1 Prince street, fell from the second utory to (he ground. t was thought at first that he was seri ously Injured and he was taken ul once to the New Haven hospital. There, however, it whs reported In;'! night, that he luid no serious injuries there being no broken bones and he Is expected to be all right again In a day or two, t'urley landed on his back twenty feet below and his escape Is considerable remarkable. Lie la i'4 years of age, , l'OR KENT, One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. THERE ARE I'LKNT Y OF PEOP-i LOOKING FOIl JUST SUCH A RENT AS YOU HAVE TO OFFER. yOTi CAN REACH THEM WITH A SMALL ADV. HERE. MOST magnificently furnished front rooms to rent. 53 Dlxwoll avenue, near Lake place. Call evenings or Sundays. a31 tf '- FIVE-ROOM flat; 10. Inquire J. W. Hlne, 607 Whalley avenue. d3 2t lEGJ10TICES District of New Haven, ss, Probata Court, Docemhrr 3, lfl08. ESTATE OF ARTHUR C ROOT, lain of New Haven, In said District, de ceased. The Court of .Probate for the District of New Haven hnth limited and ap pointed nix months from the date here of for tlio creditors of mild deceased to brlns In their claims against said es tate. Those who neglect to exhibit 1helr tialins within said time will be debarred. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to mako Immediate pay ment to HARRY n. ATWATER. Administrator. Clnrk, Hall A Peek,! McLaren, 152 Orange Ht., , Attorneys for thn Ad ministrator. ' i!4 St District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, December 2, 1908. ESTATE OF EDWIN M. MUNGER, late of New Haven, In said District, de ceased. George B. Monger of Bast River, having made written application pray ing that administration do bonis non, with the will annexed, of said eslalo may be grnulcd. as by said application on file In this Court more fully appears, It Is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said District, on the 9th day of De cember, inns, at ten o'clock In the fore noon, and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing there on, be given to all parties Interested In said estate, by publishing this order three times in a newspaper having a circulation In said District. l!y the Court. .101 1 S L. OILSON, dl 3t Clerk. District, of New Haven, ss. Probate Court. December 2. 19'is. ESTATE OF ELIZABETH C. MrNGF.K. Into of New Haven, In said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited nnd ap pointed six months from the date here of for the creditors of snld deceased to bring In their claims against, said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit, their claims within sail time will be debarred. All persons Indebted to said estate nre requested to make Immediate pay ment to CHARLES A. SHEET I AN, GEORGE B. MUNGER, d4 St Executors. District of New Haven, ss. Probata Court, December 1, 19".S. ESTATE OF SALVATOKE ESl'OSITO. lnte of Now Haven, In said District, deceased. The Admlnistartor having made writ ten ftpplieatlon for an order empower ing him to sell and convey certain real statu of said deceased, as by said application on file in this Court more fully appears, It Is , ORDERED, That said application bo heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said District, on the 6tli day of De cember, Hji'iS. at ten o'clock In the fore noon, and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be given by publishing this order three times In some newspaper having a circulation In said District By the Court. JOHN L. GTLSON, ri2 3t Clerk COMtV OESEUTS JERSEY, Dffontcd (Senator Takes Up Rlilince In Now York City, . Weft. Ora.iige. N. .1., Per. 3. In quiry was made to-day at I ho home of State Senator Everett Colby regard ing a report that lie was about to leave New Jersey ami take up his res idence In .Now York city. A member of the household said that It was true that Mr. nnd Mrj, Colby were going to upend some tlrrre In New York, and that. Mrs. Colby had gono there last Tuesday. That they intended to re turn here, however, It was stated, was shown by the fact that the house here was to be kept open. Their Intended place of residence In Nw York could not he learned. Mr. Colby, who Is the kadev of the New Idea, faction of the republican partj , was defeated for re-elnctlnn last month. SATTERLEE TAKES THE CM MR. Washington, Doc. 3. Iletheft L. Fatterlee of New York was lo-dny sworn 1n an nsslslant secretary of the navy, and nt once entered upon the discharge of his duties. Wanted 100 MORE EXPERT FEMALE STITCHERS Steady work for months to come. . Star Shirt Factory, FARMS FORSALE. One cent ft word for each Insertion, or flvo cents a word for seven times. TWO of the finest located and most product Ivo farms In Cheshire. For particulars address C. A. llulley, 121 Church street. di 71 IF YOU have a farm ror suie, I have a number of purchasers for 11; or If you wl.-h a farm tor $5.)0 up, on eajy payments, send for a free list. Taul Russo, 639 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. au27 tf FURN19IIED ROOMS. One cent a. word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven tlnioa. SOMEONE Id LOOKING FOR ' THAT FURNISHED ROOM. YOU CAN TELL THEM WHERE IT IS, AND HOW TO SECURE IT IN A SMALL ONE CENT A WORD ADV, IT WILL COST HUT A FEW PENNIES. TWO pleasant connecting rooms, situ ated for light housekeeping. 862 Howard avenuu. d2 3t NH'EL furnished rooms, suitable for man and wife. .118 George. 2i lw THE CHARLTON Elegant rooms, gas, bath, ulectrlc lights, steam heat, rea sonable. Transient accomodations, 107 Crown street, near Church. o24 tf FURNISHED ROOMS Pleasantly fur nished rooms with table board. All home cooking. Prices reasonable. Cen tral. 26 Grove street, city. s21 tf TWO handsomely furnished rooms, with or without board, In modern house. 78 Lake place. sl5 tf PLEASANT back parlor and hall bed room. 65 Grove street. Tel. 4072. sll tf MEDIAL. One cent a word tor each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. i. MRS. MARY Pope Brown. Imported art if'jiiii.i, niiimi.ui n. imii m caiii,. shampooing, facial massage, scalp treatment. Combing made up. lulO Chapel. n 30 1w SUPERFLUOUS HAIR can be Removed on Treatment and the Roots of the Hnlr Destroyed Gradually. Mrs. H. . Chamberlain, 038 Chapol street, oppo site Trinity church. Telephone 1767, S3 tf CLAIRVOYANTS. PALMIST, ETC. One cent a word for each insertion, or flvo cents n word for seven timet. MAHV J. U RIGHT, .M. 1)., 27 High street Dr. Wright treats all diseases and Is the best known clairvoyant In the state. Your ailments located with out asking questions, 26 years In New Haven. If In trouble or doubt regard ing events or people, advice will bo given through thn doctor. Clear clair voyant vision. Graduate of Hahnemann college. Consultation $l.on. Hours: 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. No Sundays. uS 3m EDUCATIONAL Twenty-fourth Year. Results, Not Promises. The Butler Business School. Rognlnr Session Dny nnil Kvrnlnir. SIDNEY PERLIN BUTLER, President. ' Y. M. C. A. RiiililliiK. 'Phone 3400. Elovntor. ATTEND THE BEST Kn SnprrfliiHIes. Yale Business College Seed tfor Catalogue, 116 Clmrili St. Tel. 1787. BENJAMIN SCOVILLE, Instructor In ELOCUTION, ORATORY, DI1AMATIC ARTS A NO STAGE DEPORTMENT. Room 48 Insurance Building. HBO Clinnel Street. acnooL of DANCING LENOX 11 ALL, 6 Y0111C SQUARE. J. H. CAMPBELL. INSTRUCTOR. Beginners' class, Tuesday ev. Boelaf assembly. Thursday eve. Junior assem bly, Saturday eve. private lessons bv appointment. Olllee hours, 7 to D p. ni. Circular. Tel. Dates open for rentals of Le-nux Halls. MRS. J. II. DUNN. Beginners' classes In dancing now forming. Private lessons by appoint ment. Telephone 1401-6. Hours, 3 0, 7-1(1. 840 CHAPEL ST. at Apply at once Washington Avenue Bridgeport Conn mmmmmmmmmmmmemmm ISTJiNDJFCHjNr One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. LET IT RE KNOWN IN A SMALL ADV. THAT YOU HAVE FOUND IT, AND YOU WILL COM PI A' WITH , THE LAW. LOST Between the corner ot Orange and Chnpel and depot, gold monogram fob. Initials F. J j. A. Reward If re turned to Yule Art School. (14 U LOST Gold chain and locket; Initials ,E. D. Tl, Reward K returned to Gas Co.'s ofiloe. , d4 1 1 -I FOUND The following articles were found on the trolley cars of the Con necticut Railway Co., ofllcc, Ford build ing, State utid Chapel streets; Umbrel la, shopping bag, pair mittens, bank check, telescope bag, ladles' belt, key and a book. -1 LOST Thursday noon, between Me chimin and Olive streets, three $10 hills; Under please communicate wllh G. W. E., care of Journal-Courier. (14 It LOST Near Medical school on Chapel or York, watch fob with gold locket, containing picture. Reward. Room 60, Warner hall. , , d3 It LOSTA gold open work cross and chain, between Wllow street Woolsey hall and Christ church; valued for as sociation's sake; reward. Address 277 Willow street d3 lw LOST Last week , Wednesday,- a horse shoe watch charm, set with diamonds, horse's head In center marked with owner's name. $1.10 reward. N. W. Hublnger, COO Whalley avenue. d2 2t LOST A rollle dog; finder please re turn to 105 Fountain street, nil tf FOUND A good place to buy birds, cages, seed and supplies at The Edw; F. Smith & Co., 256 State Street. See our Purity cage. o7tf REWARD. IW.-..WI REWARD to any party giving Information leading to tlio arrest and conviction of the drunken man that pushed over and broke at midnight Saturday, November 21. 19.18, tho largo lump of antharclto coal In front of our oill.-e, 111 Church street. Konald & Sons. d2 lw BRANFORD. (Speelnl Journal-Courier Nw Service.) Brnnford, Dec. 3. The. college fes tival which Mtzpch circle, of the Bap tist church has been conducting in the church parlors was continued this evening. Supper was served from S to 10 o'clock. Thn llrst of the series of contests between the Bran ford Homo club and tho Walllngford club will occur at tho rooms of tho former, Friday evening. Pool, billiards and whist will be the events of the contest. The Battery team defeated the Na val Reserves of New Haven at tho nrmnry last evening, by a scoro of 19 to 10. , ( An Important event fit. Library hall next. TucHilny evening will bo tho lec ture by Col. Alexander M. Lnohlwlttiky on "Recent Experiences of a Russian Nobleman In Exile." . Miss Laura Towner has gono to New Mexico where she expects to spend the winter. ' ' . " Tho Twentieth Century Whist club moots this week wlfb. Mrs. Charles fl. Bradley of Cherry hill. The following officers worn elected nt thf recent mectltiR of Y. P. S. C. E. of the First Congregational church: President. Miss Laura Wllfcrd; vice president, 3. V, Oshorn, Jr.; recording secretary, Miss Llllle Spiirgo; corre sponding secretary, Miss Lnura A, Wllford; treasurer, S. V. Oshorn, Jr. Mrs. Laura f Robinson, who was seriously Injured by being thrown from her carriage, a few weeks ago, Is convalescing. , Mrs. Henry E. Bradley of West Mnln street, Is recovering from an attack of blood poisoning. Miss Mary Buckley Is spending ft week with relatives In Baltic. In addition to the list of nfflcers published In this morning's Issue, Y. Preble was elected a trustee for three years nt III" annual communication of Widow's Son lodge. No. fid, .A. F. nnd A, TvL, In Fit evening. A special meeting of the lodge for work In the first degree wns called for next Wed nesday evening, installation of offi cers will oecpr the first AVndnesdny evening In Jiuiiiiiry. Once E FOR SALE. . One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven limes. IT MAY BE WORTH SOMETHING AND IT WILL COS!' BUT A FEW CENTS To OFFER .IT FOR SALE IN Til EWE COLUMNS. I' OK SALE Twelve now mljk cows at .Judge s. Jiruiihon's farm, ChuHiiir". E, Pcngeuf. il3 3t GAOLER upright piano, none tho worse lor wear, will ell very reumnuilile. For particulars uddress J. B., Courier ofllee. t;t at COCKER spaniel pups, iilno one York shire dog pup, J, Mnln, 110 Crown street. da 3t Ull bargain, one-family house; $2,100, worth 13,000. William, 67 Church street. n21. lino I' ll A III) wood, seven barrels, $1.00. Best coal, four hunkoU $ LOO. T. Collins. Yards lit Leonard street. Telephone 1602-13. Ilt'lINd ladles', gents' eld clothes; Bond postal, Ham Wlddcr, !)H Grand ave nue, nlii lyr MEN'S hats, latest style, $1, $1.60 and $2, same hais you pay lU'iy coma more for eleewhore. The Dollar Hal Store, 437 Slate streot tf BOOKS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cenu a word for ueven Units. ROOKS When you go to pay your gas bill remember that Hie old Kingsbury Book Store, two doors trom Gas Co., is selling out. Hundreds of. new holiday books, at half price. d3 1w On cent a word for eacn iinorileu, or Ave cents a word for seven times. A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARN ED. SAVE 1,'OL'H PENNIES FOR A SMALL CLASSIFIED ADV. IT MAI' BRING YOU BIG RESULTS. AUCTION SALE R.. B. Mallory, Auc tioneer and Appraiser, lias Chapol. 'Phono 2360. Residence, 300 George street; 'phono 6J61-2. TO SETTLE the eslate of the late Ju lius So ho 1 1 there will bo sold at our Offices, No. 82 Church struct, New Ha ven, Conn., on Thursday, December 3, 11' .is, at 11 a, m,. tho following West Haven property: One double house and lot on Campbell avenue, 1 .slnglo houso and lot on Campbell avenue, 1 yacant lot on Campbell avenue, and 1 vacant lot on Atwater street. Also 1 lot on Giles street, in Haniden, Bollmann & Bollmann, Attorneys for the Executrix. n30 4t AUCTION SALE 393 Elm street, Thursday, December 3, at 10 a. in. Contents of four rooms which have been occupied by Dr. R. A. Woodford. Good goods. d33 It TUB L. ItOS'I'WICK CO., 16 Orange street, auctioneers and appraisers. Antique and used furniture. Outside sale solicited. oO tf REAL ESTATE FOB SALE. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. DESIRABLE HOUSES ARE TO BE HAD IN MANY PARIS OF THE CITY. A SMALL ADV". IN THESE COLUMNS WILL HELP FIND - ONE FOR YOU. A LI It Ell POWELL, dealer In West Ha ven Realty, 602 Savin, ave. Toio phono. nt lmo BUSINESSCHANCES. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. NO MATTER WHAT THE BUSINESS, A FEW CENTS SPENT IN ADVER - T1SING IT IN THESE COL UMNS WILL HELP IT. tVroitE to rent; excellent business lo cation In East Derby, Conn., sultabln for grocery and butcher shop. Rrint reasonable. For further particulars Inquire ot R. Morganstern, 12S Main street, Ansonla, Conn, n20 If INCREASE your business by sending out perfect Imitations of typewritten letters to a Ht of customers made up for you at the City Directory Office, 201 Meadow streot. Come 111 and talk if over. sl 2mos MORE CHESHIRE CHARGES. Weekly Paper Aecnsos Ives of Having Llqtinr Dlspenwry. The Cheshlre-Hamdon Times, a weekly newspaper, In Its Issue; has tak en up the charges made shortly after election that there had been flagrant violations of the election laws In dies, hire, nnd that votes had been bought on that day. Frank A. Ives, defeated candidate for tho general assembly, who according lo tho Times Is responsible for the com plaint made to George L. Fox, Hie father of the corrupt practlcps net, Im charged by the Times with having es tablished a liquor rllspcnsnry in the village of West Cheshire on election day. It. la further charged by tho Times that liquor was obtainable, upon presentation of a chock bearing the number "Ton"; that threo voters who were, represented, ns having made, affi davits to Mr. Fox that they had ac cepted money for their voles were, made drunk and that their signatures were obtained whllo they were, not re sponsible for their actions. The Times explains Hf failure to hnvn taken up the matter sooner as duo to a desire not to Interfere with Fox's work. The undeserved reputation the charges have given the town, It says, Is Its motive for the Investigation of the case. , j EXERCISES AT XlfiUT SCHOOL. At the, last session of the night, school j for this term, Mr. Mitke an Instrue- tor In-the school has decided to dollv 1 or a lecture on the "Coal Boys of Pennsylvania." Mr. Mitke Is himself ; well acquainted with mining conditions. In that section and undoubtedly will give a very Interesting lecture, which by the way Is to be Illustrated. Many musical selections will also be rendered : during the evening. The uchool for this term closes on the evening ,,f De cember IS. VIBRATORS. Deinonstniteil nnd for sale liiHtmt relief for pain. Mnssnge by IIhs Cuniinliifjs. a jrnul uiite mussuese, Swedish Imnd inoiliod or lueelianlcnl. The Fierce Supp'v Co. 100 Church Street. 'Phone 1110. WANTED. One cent, a word for each Insertion, or the cents 4 word for seven times. HOUSE given full board for Us use, 111 Country. lleeUlnq. nninler Met-tl, Gill I torn. ' n23 7t PIANO WANTED. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cen l,i a word for seven times. WANTED lo buy at a. reasonable! price, an upright piano in good comilllon, to he used 111 Hope Nur.-iery Kindergarten. Answers sent to Mrs. A. K Morrill, ll Trumbull "'reel rU 7t HELP WANTED MALE. ' YOLM; man, who understands horses and will bo useful In grocery store. Board with proprietor. 05 Greene street. , d4 It WANTED Jones' Select Employment Agency, 23 Church street. Telephone 2353. Connecticut's Largea' Au'enoy; male and female help supplied for mer-' tantlle fuid domestic service for rf and all kinds of work. Sunt anywhere. WANHED FOR U. S. ARMY Able bod- led unmarried men, between 18 and 35; citizens of the United States; it good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write EugUiu. Apply Kecruiiing Oltioer, 800 Chapel street, New Haven; iuli Main street, Hartford; lOi.2 Main street, Bridgeport 108 Bank street, Waterbur.v. Jyl lyr SITUATION WANTED iLKJLK One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cunts a word tor seven times. EMPLOYMENT wanted (middle-aged man) dining the holidays, Indoor or outdoor work; largo local acquain tance, best references. Address B. B., Journal-Courier. d3 St JHLPJVANXE One cunt a word for each Insertion, or fivo cen m a word for seven times. A MATRON', unencumbered, for tha sewing department In one of the Protestant institutions o the city. Must understand dressmaking and ltva in the institution. Tel. 6011; or address Opportunity, City. d2tf WANTED Experienced two needle Hewing machine operators for corset work, Apply Stiouso, Adlor & Co., lid l , . - .11 d. Court- street WANTED Experienced girl for gen eral housework. Call between 2 and 6, 201 Howard avenue. dl 3t . I) EST help supplied. Mrs. Patterson, 81 William, Weat Haven. Tel. M152-2. sl 00 t WANTED Sloeman s Reliable Employ ment Agency, 703 Chapel st, estab lished 2o years. Largest, best In tna stale. Best male and female help for any and all kinds of work. Sent any where. Open evenings. Tel 2322. SITUATION WANTED FEMALE. One cent a word tor each Insertion, or live cenu a word for seven times. COMPETENT cook; three years refer ence; city or country. Address C. B., this ollice. d4 It WANTED Work by tho day by com petent laundress; best references. Call for two days. 24 Olive street. n28 tf " WANTED Slccman's Reliable Em ployment Agency, 7C3 Chapel street, established 20 years. Largest, best In the state. Best maie and female help for any and all kinds of work. Hont , anywhere. Open evenings, Tel. 2322. SELECT help, best situations Mrs. Sebald, 62 Court. Gorman, English. ' spoken. Telephone. o22 1yr .ill! s. II. F. SHALES supplies first-olass help. Give her a trial. Tel.. 1084-H, 168 Dlxwoll avenue. ol4tf HAJTOEJISYNTJEO DO YOU WANT A GOOD CLASS Oil! BOARDERS'.' LET THEM. KNOW Til 1(1 OGH THESE COLUMNS. THE GOOD ONES SEE THEM. One cent a word for each Insertion, or flvo cents a word for seven times. TABLE boarders wanted. Home cook ing. 25 Whalley avenuo. aul8 tf AN N Oil NCEM EN TS. One cent a word for eacli Insertion, or fivo cents a word for seven times. NEW and second hand clothing bought and sold, lidics' and gents' gar ments cleaned, pressed and repaired. S. Hoot, 338 Grand avenue, dl It I - FCHNACE tender; all manner of hons cleaning. Best reference. Clayton, 120 I lav street. dl 7t JOANS. One cent a word for emch Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. $'J!0.oon to loan on flrst-elass real es tate security. Henry C. Hrotsifelder. n24 7t W. F. Gillette, Pri. Then. F. ConnifT, V. Prwat. O. W. F. Gillette. Sec.-Trea- The Gillette Construction158 General Contractors and Builders. 113 Mnlley Bids;., DOS Chnpel St. Te.'anbone 8793. IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR CONSULT Ryder's Printing House 73 CENTER STREET.