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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, . MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1903.
REAL ESTATE. DROWN AS ICE BREAKS PORTLAND'S BIG LOSS x FURS FOR If this suggestion appeals to you, now is the time to select. Don't put it off. We are showing a beautiful line of the much-wanted black lynx, as well as minks and blue fox and blue wolf neckpieces, I XMAS with muffs to match. During our discount sale you will find values here that are not equalled in this city. Come and see. Fur Hats-Dress Hats Hats particularly appropriate for afternoon and evening social function!. now, beautiful creations, fresh from our workrooms, (lint, are really c,seinplnrs of millinery skill. You "ill he pleased wltli the Hats and pleased with the .very modest prices we are selling them for. Neckwear We lnrlt attention to a beau tiful linn of Neckwear, including Lace and Silk. Among them a nice complete assortment of Irish Crochet Collars and Bows, All the newest shapes. Trices ranpfng 25c, BOc, 75c, $1.50 np to ,Vno each. MUHLFELDERS I 841-843 Chapel Street. CHURCH AND LABOR MEET TOGETHER 2,000 Workingmen, Including Full Membership of Twenty four Unions, at Meeting in Philadelphia. MARKS EPOCH IN HISTORY Vice-President of Federation of .ahor, by Presiding, Says Year's Work Church Has Been Rev olutionary, Philadelphia, Dee. 6. Meetings for workingmen, students, and young men of the various social organizations in the churches were held here today un der the ansplres of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ In America. The workingmen' meeting, In the I,y rio theater, was probably the most noteworthy of Ite kind ever held In the country and the largest In the history of the city. More than L'.ow men, I most of them members of trade organ- lzatlons and Including the full mem-1 bershlu of 24 unions, attended the: meeting, which was presided over by I ponnls Hayes, fifth vice-president of! the American Federation of Labor. Mr. Hayes spoke to his fellow work-! men on "The church and Home Indus try." on n hleh HUhJeet a strongly word ed resolution was adopted by the coun cil at Its fesslon on Friday. The speak er said that, the meeting was the great est of Its kind be had ever Attended end (expressed the opinion that. It mark ed on epoch In the history of the church and organized labor. The resn. lutlon on labor adopted by the council, thf speaker said, was such as to make hl,'iii almost conclude It emanated from some labor committee. Hid laboring men been told a year Ago thai such a resolution had been adopted hy n committee of ministers, the sneaker said, be doubted whether they would have believed It. He con cluded by saying that, be was glad the church was waking up to Ihe needs of laboring men. an, I that they In turn siiouM show their anprecla I Ion by heed ing the eluirrli influence In their labor ing organizations, lie adderl that the majority of trades unionists were I'lin'h members. Rev. Char'.es Stelzle. superintendent Of the department of ehnreli and labor nf the I'reshyterlan ehnreh. and Rlsh op K. It. Itenlrlx, the newly elected president nf the council, were the principal speakers. Itev. Mr. Stelzle said that the laboring man cannot ask the church to commit Itself to the va rious plans for bis .betterment because these plans are only steps In Ihe prog. rss toward Industrial democracy. ( Is not the duly of Ihe church, he said, to adopt an economic system, but to uplift the Individual, because there must be the Ideal man hefore there can be the Ideal system. The adoption nf the resolution on labor by the federal council, lie added, did not mean that the church had suddenly been converted to tn cause of labor, but meant rather tint It was the first time that the hup h as a body had had opportunity to express Itself on these matters. 48 DERVISHES KlId.KI). Rome, llec. ti.. IHspatchon receiv ed here from the governor of Italian Somallland state that the dervishes made a furious attack on the village of Buffalo. The garrison, however, hap been advised in advance and was fully prepared. The dervishes were beaten off and forty-eight of (hem ere killed. Ice Cream Sodas Hot Chocolates Fruit Flavor Sundays X'MAS BOXES 29 Church St Near Poli's ; j ! Ribbons Those who look to our store for their supply of Ribbons know that we carry the most complete line In the city.. Every width, color and make from the No. 1 Baby Blbhon up to the gorgeous Satin and IVrslan Rib bons eight Inches wide. PURSUE NIGHT-RIDERS Tennessee State Attorney In Confer ence Over Prosecution, t'nion City, Trim., Pre. (I.-In prep aration for the second special term of court, called in connection with night rider attacks In the Reelfnot lake re gion a conference of .ie state attorneys was held to-day and plans to lie fol lowed by the prosecution perfected. Tlie result of the conference was not disclosed. Another grand Jury w 111 bo empan elled and probnrdy more Indictments will lie returned. It Is not linprohabl" that the men Indicted by the oiiIrIhr grand Jury will be re-Indited because the legality of the former Indictments being questioned by the defense on the ground Hint the court failed to properly publish the facts In advance of its con vening. It Is prohahle that the work of secur ing a Jury will begin on Tuesday or Wednesday. NEW ARMY RIFLE GOOD More Accurate find Rapid Than hrng .forgenscn, Kny Report. Washington, hoc, . That the new magazine rifle Just. placed In the hands of the entire army of Ihe t'nlt ed Stale,, and the militia of the vari ous slates Is a success Is set forth by ienoral William Ornzler. chief of ord nance, whi" department, In his annual report to the secretary of war, made public to-day. "This rifle has proved to be more powerful, accurate and rapid." he says, "that the rifle or the Krag-.Iorgensen type, which It re placed." '' The problem nf avoiding the eroon of cannons and smaller arms, by t ie new ammunition Is still unsolved, al though general c'ro.ler believes thnt experiments now In progress may throw much light on the subject. AMERICANS UNPROTECTED Withdrawal of Cnlted state t;unhoats from China CrltlcNed. Pekln, Dee. d. Reports have been received bre that the Americans In the Vang-Tse-Klang territory tire In dignant on account of the withdrawal of the American gunboats, which went to Manila, with the Pacific fleet for tar get practice, leaving no protection for Americans during the recent Insurrec tion at Nanking. Hoemiso of tills, Ihe American consul general at Hankow, William Martin, was compelled to ask the British representative to look af ter American Interests at Nanking. An edict Just. Issued commends that the sons nf the Manchu and Chinese nohlllty be sent abroad for naval training. drown'tTng "rapids Canoe nit Potomac River Capsizes on Submerged Rock. Washington, Pec, fi. -Joseph It. Painter, aged 30, a. botanist In the Na tional museum and his companion, Robert Wallace, aged W, were drown ed today while trying to shoot the rap ids at Stnbblefleld Falls In the Poto mac river, about ten miles north of the city. The bodies have nof been recov ered. Tlie younger men were on a, Ashing trip In a Miiall canoe, widch overturn ed In midstream with I hem mi striking a rock. Both were residents of this city. STRIKERS Klld, POUCH. qiftie, Chile, Dee. 8. A strike lis, occurred in Ihe CoIIhIhihso mines near this city, Police who were sent out to restore order were compelled to retire, to their barracks, several of them he lm killed or wounded. Troops have been dispatched to their relief. 5c. 5c. 5c. Wo arc showing n large, beautiful collection of nil holly Nmib boxes holly berries and rib bons niiiichctl, .Ml sizes from bull-pound to lic pound boxes. They arc very neat. We sell Ihcni HID d or iinllllcd. OGCUPy CONGRESS Nothing Else of Importance Is Planned for Three Months' Session Except in Committee. JAP TREATY CRITICISED Senate founders 1 1 I'rerncntlte Out- raged Brnns llie, Child l.a- bop and Postal Sax logs " Scheduled. I "Washington, Hoc. 6.--If tlie repuhll- can leaders In the senate and tlie bouse I retain their present views the Icglsla i tion of the session of congress, which ! will begin to-morrow, will Include very. little except appropriation bills. Those hills will carry In the aggregate about $l,ini(),no0,fmo and the general opinion is that In the time which will be allowed, the two houses will And they can best serve the country by giving proper at tention to these appropriations. As a mutter of fact while the session will last almost three months, the acliuil silting will cover only a 1 it t lo more than two months. A recess of two weeks will he taken for Ihe holidays, and at the beginning of the' session the senate, if not the house also, will sit only for about four dais a week. There will be a general effort to hold the appropriations down to tlie lowest possible limit, but Ihe probabilities are I that this year, as that did last, will ex- ceoil a lillilou dollars, it is generiin.i understood that there will be a bill for the Improvement of the rivers and har bors, and It will carry not less than J25.000.flim or JP.O.nno.OOO. It also will he necessary to make provision this year for tlie census of 1CI0 and this will re quire an extra outlay of not less than $ 10.000,000. The fact that the manager desire to restrict legislation will not prevent other members of the senate and tae house from exerting their efforts for their favorlt" measures. The Hrst ef fort In this direction will be in the senate by Mr. KoraUer, who will re new his attempt to have passed th? bill authorising the re-enllstment of the negro soldiers who were discharg ed without honor on account of the Brownsville riot. This measure will be the special order for Decem ber 11. Senator Mcvorldge will made an effort to obtain early consideration of his child labor bill, and Senator Carter will press the postal savings bank bill. It Is certain hat the recent agree ment, made between the -Cnlted States and Japan will receive early consider, at'ion at the hands of the senate. A number of senators have priva'tely ex pressed disapproval of tlie fact t.iat the compact was entered Into without consulting the senate, and It Is quite probable that the subject will receive attention at the Hrst Important exec utive session. rtoth houses will receive recommen dations from the congressional mone tary commission looking to changes in the laws regulating the supervision of national banks, and the present In dications are t.int sonv simple lega tion for that purpose will be enacted There alo Is a considerable element In both bouses favorable to such changes In the Sherman anti trust law n.s will prov ide immunity for some '.f the combinations lle labor union", which have been h-ld to he In re straint of trade and whlc'.i. It Is con tended, ar eioH injurious. There is opposition, however, to all i of these measures, and II seems "X- . tremely doubtful whether any of them will at this session receive the final approval of eongres. The advocates of separate state, bond for Arizona and New Mexico will press th" claims of those terri tories. The president will recommend legis lation looking to the supervision of telegraph and telephone lines and hills will he offered bringing them within Hi" Jurisdiction of the inter state commerce commission. Ship subsidy also will receive attention, but the probability of action Is re mote, There will be much discussion of the tariff In the cloak rooms of the two houses and the ways and means committee r.f the bouse will continue Its efforts to frame a hill, but' no measure will receive attention on the floor of either ioii;:e until after March 4, when the proposed special session will concentrate Its efforts on this one subject. Ill the house, the question of the change nf rules will he much discuss ed hy Individual members but no pub lic consideration of the question may be expected during the present con gress. This matter Is Intimately con nected with the speakership, and Its consideration will go over until after the organization nf the next house. Among other subjects which will probably receive attention are the es tablishment of a permanent waterways commission: provision for a national Inheritance tax; a more thorough In vestigation of Industrial disputes, and means for Improvement of farm con dltlolis along (be lines to be suggested by the president's country-life com mission. It l understood that early In January the president will send in a apodal message recommending certain steps for the protection and conserva tion of the country's natural resources In lands, waters, minerals and forests, and doubtless some effort will be made to respond to bis suggestions. There also will le a renewal of the effort to create forest reserves In the Appa lachians and the White Mountains. Prospects are strong for a tinny ses sion, even though It be one of not many accomplishments. UNDER THE PYRENEES Work on Tunnel .Joining France and Spain Opened With Mass. 'a n franc, Spain, Deo. 8 The minister of puhlle works nfrleliito.ri In-day at the ceremonies III connection with the building or the t rami-Pv renes n tunnel. This tunnel is pari of tlie rallroafl sysleni iiitos the Pyrenees, for llie building of which ihe French nn.l Spanish govei'nnienls signed a enliven-j Hon last year. M. Siniyan, under so,'-! rotary of pusls ,iml telegraphs, to-day! represenle,t the Kt ench gov erntneiil. j The aieliblsliop of SaigoK" celebrated! liuu3 at tin. liiuutii of Hit tunnel, ' lour Children Victims of l irst-of-Sia-on I'rcclng. lioston, I K. Playing on I bin ice cost the lives of three children In tills vicinity to-day. Two young girls. Kthel, aged 11, daughter of Charles Anderson, ami Martha, aged 10, da tighter of John -. Anderson, wcl'e drowned In a pond near their home In Norlli Kaston! In Methucn, (leorge Slack, jr., aged I :!, lost. Ills life In trying to save his younger brother, Arthur, from the water of Mystic pond. Arthur was pulled out alive h.v John May, who lea rd the outcries of the hojs. HHR SKATERS DHOWX. Janesvllle, Wis., Dec. 8, Karl Coop er, Harvey Richardson. Violet Hllvens and - Fannie I'.lhlns broke through the ice to-day while skating on hake Kophlonnng and all were drowned. Mabel Brown, who was one of the skating party, was rescued, but It Is feared that she may die of exposure. MRS. CHESEBR0UGH SUICIDE Daughter of Former Governor and Wife of Yacht Designer. Prist nl, R. I. Dec. R. Mrs. Km ma Russell Chesebroiigh, sged .19 years, wife of Alfred S. Chesebroiigh, a well known yacht designer of this city, who Is now In rjiotlnnd on a business trip, committed suicide to-day by shooting herself twice In the head with n .22 caliber revolver. She had been troubled with melancholia and Insomnia for some time. Mrs. Chescbrougli was the daughter of former l.leiiteiiant-tiovornor Jona than Russell HullocU. Her husband, two children, a sister Mrs. Samuel P. Colt, wife of Ihe president of 111" I'nlt ed States Rubber Co., and her mother, Mrs. Emma Westcott-Hullock, former ly of Roston, survive her. PRESIDENT NORTHROP OUT Head of Minnesota I'ulvcrslly for 25 Year Kcslgns. ''Minneapolis, M Intl.. 'Dec. 6. - Dr. Cy rus Northrop will retire from the presi dency of the I'nivorsHy of Minnesota at the close of the present college year. His formal resignation will be pre sented to the regents next Tuesday. When It becomes effective he will have completed a full quarter century at th head of tlie university. "1 have definitely made up my mind to retire," satd Dr. Northrop to-night. "I have Intended to retire at the end of my 2Mb year of service, and that will come with the close of this college year." Dr. Northrop Is seventy-four jcars old. TOO MANYC00KS Tfidnl Director of Purls Opera llonte Tired of Mis Jolt. Paris, Dee, 8. Andre Messager, Joint director of the Paris opera bouse with M. Ilrnusean, has sent his resignation to M. Doubergiie, minister of puhlic Instruction, as a result of dissensions with bi.s colleagues. It Is understood that M. Messager hns ex pressed his willingness to undertake Cie sole control of the opera, house, but lie considers the system of eo-ill-rector.-hlp unsatisfactory. M. o,i niergue bus not yet given his decision In the matter. PROMOTER IN TROUBLE Mlllam i. Mccr barged. M lib Sell log option mi Worthless Mlnei New Ymk. Dec. 8 William U. Mey er, said to be a promoter of diamond mines in firazll, who was arrested on Saturday on a warrant charging ilni i wllh the ar. eny of $1,000, when ar raigned before a niagi,striite today, was paroled In his own custody for exam ination tomorrow. The complainant against Meier was 'Mberl (i. Itoss, of Montreal, Canada, but today when the complaint, was called ftoss failed to up. par and the hearing went over, P,os,s In his complaint charged Meyer with having Induced him to part wllh $1,fWl for an option on a diamond mine In j Hrazll which Meyer declared was worth $:ii),nnii, but which Knss alleges he found w as pra dlcally valueless. ni in n,om Pine Ulnff. Ark . Dec. rainfall which Marled has renewed apprehen; 1MSTHKT. 8.- 'A continued last midnight Ion here and it Is not improbable, should it continue, that considerable additional property loss may occur notwithstanding the rapid secession of Ihe Arkansas river, which at nightfall had fallen a fool. HI SSI HORUmYS $225,000,000. St. Petersburg, Dec. 8. - The budget committee of Ihe dumfi has adopted the bill authorizing an external loan of $22n,nan,finn. The president, of the com mittee announces that the government has consented (o a public discussion of the bill in tlie duma. Kii,i,r.D rtY motiii:im-i,v. Klklns, W. 'a., Dec. 8.- Mrs. Itetsy I'obcriy is In the Jail at Hevorly, charged with the murder of her son-Iti-law, Adam D. White, at Whitman, last night. Tlie shooting followed a quarrel between White and his wife, Mrs. While bad left her husband and pone to, her mother's home. The hus band sought her there. 1 1 1 !( K - M AT I N U VUNKSM'KM. Itntlordsm. Holland, Dec, 8. The. Nieiiwe liolterflamseh Courant under stands that the naval demonstration off Venezuela Is intended for the pur. pose of serpiestratlng Venezuelan gun boats and scout vessels abd to pre vent the transport of Venezuelan troops and contraband trade with Cur acao. II MAW WHAT IIMl HALTS UN Kits New Ynrl, I lee, fi. .11 envy WrHth- er tit sen during the punt we, k pluyoil bavoe with the sehednlen nf the ueeki end Meet nf oeenn liners fur HPveral nf tlniKo rlue nt this port (in Saturday dl'l not nrrlve ii nt IJ tn-day. Wireless re port from others nf the went hound fleet of triins-Atlantle liners Nhovv thai they, too, have heen held rmek hy the storms In nild oeean and will In deln.ved from several hours to a Uuy ul mure la rcuUiiiig UlI'O, (.renter Than Years- Port laud, Me,, He year has been a uc son of the fires In have been four big . ti. --The ; roils one present by rea Tiicrr this i'it j. fires with an as- gregate loss to date, as shown by the records compiled by Ihe local Insurance nfllccs, of $1,212, isn. cMdiislve of Ihe losses at tin- Grand Trunk filer tire last Friday morning, which were estimated at approximately $,Vm,ri0fl. This exceeds the total losses In Portland for tlie 10 years ending January 1, IH'iv, hy $;:(. 000, The Insurance losses for the decade previous to this year amounted to $, 708. ITS, of which Ji.nn, m was on wha: would be termed contents. The premi um Income on Portland business aver ages $27'),ooo a year, which would give a ratio for the period nf over H2 per cent. This year's I owes, not Including the Cirand Trunk fire, Increased lh loss ratio to over per cent. MASQUERADES AS WOMAN Vaudeville Actor Loses Wager When He Is Found Out hy Police, Council muffs, la.. Dec, ti, p'rnul Watson, masquerading under Ihe nanc I of Klsle Dav, was arrested to-day after allRiitlng from a Chicago and North western train, charged with inasqiie'- adlng In women's clothing. Wnlson says he s a resident of F.bnlra, N. V,. and that he .s a female Impersonato; In New York vaudeville, lie said h was traveling from New York to Den- ver on a wager that h uild malic the trip as a woman without detection. He was released on a $100 cas.i bond to appear for hearing on liocomhor 18 and proceeded west. Watson hii.l the outward appear ance of a dashing young woman, lie carried a handbag equipped wllh lace handkerchiefs, ponder puff, etc., ami had a. womanish voice and gestures. He Is twenty years old. .PATRICK GRACE OUSTED Brotherhood of Knllroad Trainmen Turns on President's (itmt, ningliamton, N. X., Deo. S.-Hecause be wrote a letter to President IJoose. veil, Patrick 11. Crace, was today turn ed down oy Parlor city lodge, P.rotber hood of Railroad Trainmen, who elect ed T. F. Walker to sn nl, Mr. Crnee h.s financier of the lodge. Mr. (Irace had b en elected to that olllce annually without opposition for 12 years. Mr. C.raco wrote bis letter asking about Mr. Taft's stand on labor on pa per of the Hrotberhood of Railway Trainmen, and In it he used the ex pression "What wo are anxious to know." Tlie lodge members say thnt be had no right to use the word "we" In such a connection, fiver that started a fight that resulted in the turning down of Mr. tirnce today. RED CROSS ENDOWMENT Kffort Made Cndcr Itnlsc H o Taft's Ucginic $r.nt,mti. to Washington, Dee, 8. The fourth an nual nieellng of the American National lied Cross will be hold hero next Tiles, day and President-elect William H. Taft will bo re-eeced o the presidency of the society, which lie has held since February, lWi. Important Innovations are to be con sidered In the organization of th per sonnel of the Itdl Cross. It wfll be proposed that Ihe society shall enlist the services of well organized charita ble Institutions In order to have them net when necessary as agents tinder the control of the Hod Cross managers. Kartiest efforts will be made to In crease the endowment fund of Ihe so ciety from $.",2,iwt) lo at least $:nn,non. mim; Di.vni toi-d i si. Plltsblir.vr. llec. 8 Reports o lliftlll from tlv Marlanua mine of the Pitts burg. Huaffo foal company, where n terrific explosion happened November 2, bring llie death list up to Cd. Four bodies, according to the report, were brought to the surface to day, while seven others were found among ihe debris ami will be brought out as soon as they can be oxlrlcaled, (VITDK (JI'WIWTIM.; lit I, ll. Ottawa, (int., Dec, fi.-There Is lo be a minor relaxation of the Canadian cattle quarantine for the hen,, nt of tramp .shipping on the Atlantic coast. The regulation will be so relaxed that a steamer from n port In a stale which Is r.ot In iiiaranllne. such as lioston, If It leaves thai port without cattle, can call at Portland and lake a general ci.rgo ami then go to St. John or Hali fax for cattla, Mil, I'MIY OI F I'OU W ASIIIVl.TON Walter ,1. Fahy, of this city, for merly nigh! manager of the Associat ed Press here, ami now one of Hie heads of the Capitol News Huroau In Washington and also Washington correspondent of the .lotirnal-i'ourlor, left lasl evening for the national cap ital after a few days' vacation spent with Ills folks here. M'.W I'OOTHMd, CTIS. Troy. N. Y Dec. li. John nyll. a.unrferhao of ihls year's Henssnhu r Polytechnic Instllule eleven, has been elected captain for 1 !()!!, inglls is a Trojan, Ann Arbor. Mich., I iec. I,,- -Halfback David Allerdice of Indianapolis to-day was elected captain of the I'ni vorsity of iMichiga.ii football eleven for next year. .1, i MontiAN hi vh ninri;. London, line. C- It Is learned lhat .1. P. Morsan was Ihe piiivhaser nf the Kin diaries I. copy nf the ( 'a nilirlilso FtiMe, woleli was sold on Thursday last Hi liie dispersal sale nf the library nf I.ord Amherst of Harknry, The price paid was J.i.iiHO. A. H. Klrkland, Hiiperlnlemlenl nf the gypsy moth campaign In Massachusetts, lias determined hy nhservation thai the young1 of the gyps.v inolli are not ahle to feed un the pine fur Uie Hrst three weeks after hatching. It follows, therefore, thai pla nt :i t Ions of white pine may he made without fear of the preiln i Iojis of these Insects, provided all ii nde'-gro w t li ami cmillKumis deciduous Iree. etc.. arc ii r hvviv, ;i t a uy later--pill. i, j hnti'ljO'l vviililu territory llnu prulttted wuuM alatva. $UC.tKI) lires In 1(108, In Prci Ions Ten w(Bm ONE FAMILY HOUSE on Elm Street, one block west of Campbell Avenue. The house was built less than four years 8go, Is modern with all improvements and in first-class repair. Has nine good sized rooms. Price $3800, TWO FAMILY HOUSE on Umpson Street, a half block from Campbell Ave. trolley. House has four good sized rooms on each floor; natural wood trim, and improvements. Poss j es ession of second flour Price $3700. Your Real Estate Business WHO DOES IT? AND DONE RIGHT? IS IT What you want done In Heal Kstatc yon wnnt done rlsht. and when liny business Is transacted throu-;!! this otlice the parties to It feel safe mid satisfied. M. J. GOODE 09 ciirncii stki:et, Ttooms 16-18. Thon 267-11. Three fine modern nouses fop sule; open for Inspection afternoons, ibree o'clock; No. HO Mnden street, be tween Livingston nod Orange strccta. Price and terms right. FREDRIQUE R. LEWIS, 189 ORAXUU STItUKT. EDWARD P. BRETT, HI 11 A) U. AM) COM'KACTOR. Sawing, Turning and Jobbing In Wood of All Kindt. Window and Door Bcreeni. Cabinet Work. Pak. Ing Poxes. PItOCT STREET. VW.".V t General Insurance. FIRE MARINE LIFE BOILER AUTOMOBILE BURGLAR LIABILITY Tourists' Insurance The Anthony iEllithirpsCi. 602 CHAPKL ISTKKKT. 204 Malley Bullrilng. TK.M.PIIONK 604S. FRED CHATFIF.IjD. Pres. tnd Treas. JAMES H. CHAT RKI,n. He-jy The Geo, M, Grant Co, MASONS AND GENERAL CONTRACTORS. Room 201, Exchansd Rid. IH Chi pal tit. 11, i ?: For Infoimalion Regarding tha ISLE S PINES Write K. B,Kopf,P. 0. Bax 1 236 City inn au.F. Some ll'indsnme Central Homes. 12 Him llnime nrU ft. It llooin House Turk Wt, t.- Room House Hiitio . 11 Room Hons Rrndli-y . IB Room H"ne Whntley he, ,S Room IIoiimp Plterninn Ave, J. C. PUNDERFOKD. 11A CHI'RCH ST. Real Estate and Insurance S. B. OVIATT & SON, 82 III IN II STRKKT, New Maxell, Conn. THE CHILD-HERON Law Corporation. WAl.TKll ,). MEAD, Loi-hI Mgr. BAD DI II I'S t Ot.MaTKD. I)fllniuent customers are worss than leaks In the cash reglstel- 310 Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, 15 J Temple Street. Tel. 5500. Home (MA re, 7 9 No. Main, Waterhury, Branches-. Bridgeport, 136 Fairfield Avenue; Hartford, 1)01 Main Street. en n Gil may be had at once. J 64 Trumbull St. Near Whitney Avenue. A ten -room house with all lninrovcnicnw. An attractive I residence In a most desirable location. GEE WHIZ! I have been sleeping and Inst wokn up after paying rent fop years, and all I have lo slum Is n hunch of receipt. I have now bought n two-family house and am living rent free. We can sell you a new two-family house by paying Ssno down. Moorhead & Donnelly, 82 Church Street, r.oom 20. . TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CHAPEL ST., Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service included. Benj. R. English. 839 Obapel Street. FOR SALE Fine Residence No. 1441 Chapel Street, with barn. Lot 90x158. Judson 6 Hauff, Mnlley Hhlg. "Z l impet si. FOR SALE. 55 Rlnke st.; lot 23x2SB; one-family frHin limine; W rooms, with all Im nrnvenienlK. AIho hrlek hnlMIn Antt. nhle for (artury or uliop. Hnrln at $4nwi; $2.7 m ran remain on mortgage. Will sell for $:i.b0. WM. H. H. HEWirr, 818 Chapel Slrasl. FOR SALE. two-family house, large lot, 100 front, on easy terms, situated In A feet West Haven, on llne'of steam and trolley roaria. Also one-family house, seven rooms, central location. Pfloa, $2,600. Money t.i loan in soma to suit. L G. HOADLEY, Konm 215, WitHhlnittoii Building, 39 CHURCH STREET, DON'T BURN YOUR MONEY I roCKKl.' VOIR KENT! We tan ahow you 10 to ibVa tot your money in Heal Estate in this city. OWN' YOLK OWN HOAIE, Pick out one from our list of. 75 houses, rang ing from 11,200 to $17,000 $300 to $5,000 down. If you want a home or investment we will get It, or build It See our plan. Wo can supply your want3 trom drawing the plana to placing you in a HnlslKMi house. RUSSELL & ROBERTSON, Real Estate. Insurant Corner State and Grand. FOR SA LE One two fainily, sneltrtn ave, One two-family, Norton street, Cne two-family, (lardon street. One two-family, Henry street, RenU oallcefod and properly careil for. Open Mondiy and Saturday even lngs, WKMJIttTON IKE, bi Church Street,