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UVKHY AND SALES STABLES.
I HAVE a few good business Uursos
lei I out of my lust load, severul good
Second-liana horses, una a few fast
pacer. 1 wnnl to close tliem out to
iuuk rou in tor my nam loud. It' you
Wuiii. your horse clipped bring him lien?,
we clip them In tiA onty tnlnutea. All
work guaranteed. Goo. F. Crlpps, lii'i
Commerce street. o22 t
KIUK & CO., ISC 17t Temple it.,
Hacks, Coupon, lluuti and Livery of
all (leacrliuluua. Telophuti 820. Open
day und night,
ENTERPRISE sTAIiLHii F. M. Palm
er, prop., boarding, Lrtery and Feed
btablea. Automobiles nt Hunt. Open
(lay and night, ua Clown street.
HOWARD AVIS. 8TAUI.ES II. X.
Lynch, prop., 11 neks, Coupes. Livery &
fialo stuhle. Carriages (or all occa
sions, l)lo Howard ave. "Phone 1843-12.
1'IIl.s i-c I.Ass locomobile for rent at
. roasomiblo rate. I. Kinney and Son,
1 very men, 35u Congress avenue.
"I HAVE seven head of horses that I
will sell cheap, If they are anything
i'l'ii want. Cull and see them. Ueo. P.
Roll', In? Grand avenue.
llAKHV 111. HARROW 177 Front at.
Best care given to Hoarders, Hacks,
Cartages, Wagon and LIgnt Livery,
Expiring done, 'Phone 2337.
Have your lawns and ties trimmed by
contract. We will keep your yard In
perfect trim at u reasonable rata per
Call or 'phone ui.
Note Mia number.
W. J. HAVENS A CO.
272 Water Street
M. It. HOI.L.iDAY, magnetic physician,
of New oi"lt. Nerve and stomach
troubles a specialty. 305 Dlxwell ave
nue, New Haven. Friday, 1 to 8 p, m.
MARINE ENGINES & ILRDjV-YRE.
FOR AI.Iv A four horsepower Minimis
motor. But slightly used. $60. Com
plete. The Marine Engine and Hard
ware Co., tU Kim. West Haven. 'Phone.
ron a rood wearing suit at a reason
able prlue see Ralph Madona, 170
Congress avenue. A large assortment of
Men s Spring; and Bummer Suiting.
MICHAEL P. CAMPIIEI.I. Consult In K
Maahtnlst, 808 First Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Power Plant Designed and Installed,
(las Producers. Gas Engines.
MKN'B AND LADIES' CLOTHING.
I. MILIKH 68 Washington avenue. If
you want to save money this Is tha
placo to buy. Expenses light, profits
small, customers satisfied. That a our
Picture Frames and Wall Moulding
Corner Htll and Whiting streets, Now
LAUNCHES hauled out for winter; re
pairing, overhauling, painting. Ors
well ignition system, Harthorn propel
lers; motors, supplies, tn. The Foster
Motor Company, Junction East Ferry
and Farren avenue.
EYE-GLASS CLEANER, FREE. Come
and get one. It cleans a glass like
magic. K. N. Johnquest. Refracting
Optician, 828 Chapel street. Telephone
PA1NV1NU AND PAPER HAN I N U.
BID furnished on all Jobs. Fainting,
Paperhanglng and Interior Decorat
ing. Paints, Brushes and Wall Paper.
8 G. Orllln. 846 Grand av. Phone 151l-4
I' AIMERS AND DECORATORS.
It. HAIKKTO?f 440 Congress avenue.
House Painting, Paper Hanging and
Hardwood Finishing. First class work
done at reasonable prices. 'Pbone.
V. D'ANOHKA 676 Oak at., Painting
and Papernanglug. All work given
my personal supervision. Prices rea
sonable. Estimates furnished. 'Phone.
R. KANNEGIESSBR HI Sylvan av.,
Decorating, sign ana uouse rainung.
Paper Hanging. Reasonable Prices.
Large force of skilled workmen.
PCHDUJ tsTOlLiuE, 1'ACKINO.
Fl'HITlHH moving, city or country,
by sober and careful men, at fair
prices, u. f.. mensrus, is uaraen
Htreet. 'Phone W.
PLUMIUNU AND HEATING.
(JEUliUU U. YAKULHY 687 Chapel
street, numoing, iwi c tiling, i iu,
Sheet Copper and Iron Work, Steam
and Hot Water Heuting. 'Phone 1602-8.
HULL A OOSTKLLO 81 Elm street,
West Huvn' Plumbers and Tinners,
Gas and Stea.ni Fitting. Hot Air and
Hot Water HcMtlug. tfbset Metal Woik.
J, . SULLIVAN Main St., East Havenj
Plumbing, Uaa mid ttteaui Fitting.
Estimates funiuWd. Jobbing work
given special attention.
ROHERT N. L ATT I.N, 19 Tryon street.
Plumbing, Healing, Lighting, Tin and
Bheet Moiul Work. Ustimatea given.
JOHEPK J. KICNIMKUY 7 Humphrey
snuare. Estimates furnished on bari
lla iy plumbing, Heating and Tinning.
Ucneral Jobbing and Repairing. Piion.
4, J .HOUA.N 972 Stale .su, .Practical
Plumber and Uas Fitter. Tin, copper
and tilieet Iron Work. Jobbing. Work
do io at reasonable prions, 'Piion.
MAItTIX CO. 122 East Pearl, rar
tihoe Store. Plumbing, Heating and
Gas Fitting done. Blil.s turnlsued. Spe
cial attention to Jobbing and Repair.
M. W. FILLEY 840 Chapel street. A
perfect likeness assured when we do
your work. One trial will convlnoe you.
VAN DYC'K A CO. 868 Grand avenue,
Commercial Job Printing, Book Bind
ing, etc. If It Is anything In the print
Inn: line 'phnnw or call on u.
RIDING AND DRIVING HORSES.
FKIri A MAM.OHY, Bradley street,
rear 151. linvc ponies Cor sale or rent;
sleigh hunt by Hooker; double et of
hn r im'mh
OEIITIOI. HIIIIN(S OCHOOU Boarding
HtableH, 27 (.'ottae, near Whitney av.
'Phono 2706-12, Instruction in Riding.
Special attention lailips and children,
Horse trained to saddle.
NEW HAVI1.V RHO (. Removed to
Hljfh streni, Knst Hiivou. Ynur old
ravpnls woven Into rugs. Drop us a
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
Ft) It SAMS Two family house, twelve
ronis, l.'hwBtnut. street, rmar Water;
soiiid lmprovumoiits. J;i,20k. Charles 11.
Spiegel, 211 Exchange building.
FOR SALE Two-fnml'y Iioubc, Button
street; oiie-I'miilly house, Adeline
street; two-family houHe, Howard ave
nue. Money to loan on llrst moi'tguga.
James 1,0. McOunn, Heal Estate and In
surance, Malley Building.
WELLINGTON HUE Real Estate and
Loans. Property cared for. Room 14,
82 Church street, New Haven, Conn.
SEW HOl; NIG FOR SALIC Modern on
family nouno, 67-Everli t street. Sot
rango; gas riniK'; paniuelry (loors and
liarilwood llnlsh. Will he flnlshed
aoon. Lot aiixl"7 feet. liuiulre of
Judaon & 1 1 n IT, !)J Chapel street.
NOW I the time to Have your Lawn
Mower Sharpened. 'Phone 24C6-5.
We will call and do It right. J. W. Cot
teral, 20 j Dixwel) avenue.'
STAR GASOLINE ENGINES.
WALTER R. tl.l.VTOX 34-ilS Elm
St., W. Haven. Royal and Hartford
marine engines, WeuUnishouse dynamo
mid motors. Automobile, machine work.
n. II. & A. II. KINNEY-Room 21, 82
Church strooi. Have your lattats
writtan whilo you wait. Wo will tako
them down ou the machine as you read
them to us. Satisfaction guaranteed at
M'CY H. AUSTIN Stenography anrt
typewriting. Dictation taken direct
ly on machine. Envelopes addressed,
etc. Room 7, 82 Church st. 'Phone 824-3.
MISS MAUU C. SPIEGEL Typewriting
and titeno&raph:'. Room 211, Ex
change building, 865 Chapel street. Tel
SUPERFLUOUS hair, moles, Improved,
painless electrolysis Is the only guar
aiueod permanent cure. No scars;
treatment V, 11 years' graduato spe
cialist, Mrs. Dr. Olmstcad, tilS Chapel
street, Room 25. m thur sat
KEI.I.EV'S SEWING MACHINE STORU
886 Chapel t Is the place to buy a
good machine. Come and Join our Sew
Ing Machine club. Tel. connections.
SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS.
PHILLIPS, tho Sign Man, Is ready to
fill Your Orders for the Holiday
Trade. Drop In and gat our prlcej.
Cloth Sain .Signs, Fancy Show Cards,
Price Tickets, Window Lettering, et.
Established 50 jenrs. Out of town or
ders promptly attended to. Charles R.
Phillips, Signs, Banners and Flag, Szi
THE SPF.IIHY CO A Spfclalty of
Cleaning Stone and Pressed Brick
Buildings. Paints Removed from Stone,
Wood and Iron. Room 413, Malley
SCHOOL OF DANCING.
OPEN Winter and Summer. Private or
Class lessons. All the new dances
taught correctly. Prof. Rlcclo's Hclioui
of Dancing. Cur. Statu and Court sis.
WONDER Stove Cover, s.,hl on ten
days' trial; or, in other words, enni
f:i ii ton. Most, wonderful device ever
Invented. Jerry Fryer, District Man
ager, 1"4 Sylvan avenue.
SIGNS of Bvcry Description. Wa;on
Lettering a Specialty. Show Cards
and cloth signs. Clifford Hunting, 185
Grand ave. 'Phone 8Si3.
THE NATION AL SUIT PRESSING CO
THE NATIONAL SUIT PHKPSI.NU CO.
Ooldbaum Koskolf, Props., t)3
Church slreet. Opposite Post illlco. Tel.
1472-2. Wo press your overcoat and put
on a velvet collar for Jl.Oo. Our wagon
calls and delivers to ull parts of nus
THE ELTON REfcTAl UA.VI.
A (iOOO Place to Eat. Regc.ar dinner,
36c. Regular supper, 2dc. hpocial or
ders a la carte at all houtj. F. J. Leou-
urd, il'i Hts'e street.
TINNING AND HEATING.
O. M. UDUICKl.EY CO. 529 Slate si
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Workers
Furnace, Stove and Range work. Roof
ing, etc. Telephone.
J. H. PHO1!', JR- A CO. 966 Grand
ave.; spruy trees by a new process,
wlilcn posillvoly uxlcrmliiuteu ail pests.
'Phone 1863-15. or write lor estimate.
JOHNSON A KALIA.KEN Up-to-date
lulois. We dou I make cheap clothes.
W niako good clothes cheap. We cun
prove It. Room 404, Y. M. C. A. big. Tel.
UMBRELLA MAX LFACTTKER.
EVERYONE likes a good umbrella for
a Christmas present. Got one fot
your friend at a rellablo place. A. Mil
ler, 445 Htato street.
A. CALIENNO Park street nnd How
ard avenue. Furniture of ull kinds
repaired and refinlshe.d. Pianos a spec
ialty. 1 Park street. Phone 5807-8.
CHARLES C IHNN All alr-tlght
weather strip, matte wholly of wood,
Pormuiteiii and lasting as your doors
and windows. The Ford Weather Hlrlp,
ibi Auburn street.
WALL STREET NOTES
(Continued from Fourteenth Pnge.i
of new bond Issues as f tint ns they are
offored constitutes cum of the strong
underlying etmilitlotis of the present
financial situation. Large Incursions
ore making still on the caah holdings
of tho banks, To-day's sub-treasury
operations disclosed a withdrawal of
$:i, 584,000 from the banks, undoubted
ly due to a further payment of sub
norlptlnnH to the Vamiirui bonds. This
brings thn loss of the banks on (his
account for the present, banl.itig week
lip to $G, 25:1,000. There is 11 falling
off In (leniiilid for time loans which
UI'KUCH 1111 cxpoetuUoii Hint cash-i-terms
will be procurable after the turn
of the year.
The market showed no aspect nt nny
time of what is called holiday dullness,
the day's business proving a largo one
both In stocks and bonds.
Bonds were irregular. Total sales
pur vnlnn $ I 0,ii;;ii,000.
I'. S. bonds wcro liuclianacd 1111 call.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a w-rd fur seven times.
THE New Haven School of Art, 752
Chapel street-, Ituimis 11-12. O. A.
Thompson, H. F. A Instructor. Daily
classes In drawing and painting from
llio model. Evening classes In drawing
and IllUMtrat Ion. Circulars on .applica
THE EARTH'S MAGNETISM.
Tlio Source of ft Power Tlmt Hun Re
mained Persistently Myslerlous.
That the enrth Is n great magnet wo
nil know, n nil It was long n;o siiprsest
ed that It is nn electromagnet -that Its
riifignpttstn )st duo to electric currents
encircling It t'rnm cant to west. But
what causes them currents? It hna
seemed just likely to nuiny stuclciitu of
the sulijcct that they are In some -way
connected wllh tho earth's rntn'tlmi -that
the earth Is Men the nrnuiltirc of
a ftreitt djtuimo In thn riiu'h iniiRtietlc
Meld. 'J'hl.s view seems essentinlly Unit
of Pr. F. A. Black, who rnntrlhiilesj nn
article on "Tl)e Earth As a Magnet" to
Harper'a Mimvizlne. Says thin writer:
"Tha advfiiK'es In electrical silence, in
its relation to fiaturo, have m( lute
years brought ninny to believe. Hint thn
sun Is our great storehouse of elec
tricity; that tho ether of min'oumUnc,
spnee Is electric In character, nnd Hint
electricity Itself uuiy even bo atomic
"Thus the sun, In pourlns; out llc;ht
nnd heat, Is believed to be also pouring
out electricity, or electric enemy, to nil
surrounding space. Whether In the
form nf waves of the sumnindlnn'
other or of physical particles, this
electrical stream (lows oiv to the earth
on tho side of tho pjohe which Is ex
posed to ttie sun. As the enrlh in lis
daily motion rotates eastward, eniistns
the sun apparently to pass nronnd the
earth, daily (n n went wnnl direction,
this stream or flow of electricity Is
caused to wind constantly n rem ml the
enrth In n westward direction, n coll,
so to spcdlc, being- completed In each
daily rotation. Thus the niiiffnetlra
tion of the earth very probably results
In n miinner exactly aunloq-otiR to that
employed when a needle Is mnunctlzed
by nn electric cut-vent throneh a -(rlit-hnnrleil
splrnl coll. !
"There would seem lo be reason for
hellevlnp;, nt least tentatively; (1) Hint
the earth In Its physical structure con
sists to such nn extent of ninnnctiznble
material that U Is cnpnhle, n ft whole,
of beltifr converterl Into n. tnntfent; i"l
that nn electrical stream or current Is
received by the enrth In the side ex
posed to the sun, which, Ihrouirh
I earth's rotation, Is colled nronnd
i earth from east to west, causlno;
1 rnrth lo become nn electrnmupnet ;
I that the conversion of the earth Into
'an pled roinnenet In this manner Is the
I cause of the directive tendency of the
I tnrurnetlc needle, both In deplln-Hlon
I and dip, while the diversities nnd V
I euliarilles conneefeel v.'lth the method
of nuiK-netlzation nre the cause of th"
; constant changes and anomalies in the
I nioveinenls of the needle; H) that lb"
' tlielhil'l of lll.-i u II'-' '-.-i t i'-'Tl, .-'nil tie-
character of the expofiire of the firth
I to the sun. ami the Irrcirulnt itles of
the earth itself In hnth form nnd com
position, are the causes which decide
tile position of the terrestrial ipaenette
pedes nnd equator, nnd the chances
which occur In relation thereto."
THE MEN 0; OF MILK.
The milk dealers of New York have
heretofore compiled with city or
dinances requiring a certain percen
tage of butter fats and total solids, the
lack of presi i vatlves and ndultei nut s.
Hut these things In lhniMelve are not
enoiiirli. Ueyond lies the greatest nun -nee,
that of dirt disease, bacili, and
high bacteria f nt, ait of which Hits
semi-opaque fluid conceals from Hie
naked eye. There are nearly . coo. ana
quarts of fluid milk dlstribuicd in
Orenter New York dully, nnd It Is con
servailvely estimated 1 1 1 n t. this fluid
contains upwards of noil pounds of
pinnure find dirt loaded with dlseas,
bnoterla, and foul matter and sedi
ment. About 1,000.000 quarts are de
livered In 'bottles, the balance h' lua: In
open cans. There lire some soo.non
qunrts of pasteurized inilk delivered
each day, Ifi.KOO quarts of certified milk
find R.OOO quarts of Inspected milk.
From this It appears Hint the pr-nt st
amount of milk used Is Hip ordinary
raw product, gathered from ten to
throe hundred nnd fifty miles outside
of New York, some of It on the rail
road for twenty-lour hours or more,
and not properly cooled In transit; so
thai when It Is received II Is more fit
for the scuer Ihnn the stomnch of
man. The New York hoard of I a 1 1 h
placed their restrictions on ni'l'; so
that purchasers would know exin'iiy
what they were obtaining, without
misrepresentation or false statement
by milkmen or dairy hands. Joseph H
Adams, In Harper's Weekly.
District of New Ha; en. ss. Probate
Court. December is, Hies.
ESTATE F MARY E. IVES, late of
New Haven. In said Hlslrlei, d'-censed
The Executor having exhibited his
administration account to this Court
for allowance, ii is
ORDERED That Hie Ifnii day of De
cember. IHOS, lit tell o'clock, ill Hie fore.
noon, nt a. Court of ITobato lo tie held
nt New Haven. In said District, be ap
pointed for a hearing on the allowan
of said account, and that notice of the
lime nnd place of sa hi hearing be k-lw 11
by publishing this order three limes In
some newspaper having 11 el rou la I ho
In said District,
P.y the Court,
JOHN L, CHLSON,
(12?, 31 Clerk.
llcnionstriilo.l mill for sale Insian
relief for pain.
Massage l,V Miss uiiuiiitigs, 11 grad
tilltc iiuiHsue.se. Swedish IiiiihI niellio,
or iiict'tiii 11I111I.
Ihe Pierce Supp'v Co.
100 Church Street.
; W. K. (illl'lle, Prei.
. Thu. F, ( iiuiiilT, V. Ptm.
j (J. W. F. Wlletce. Sce.-'l r, t
TheGilleue Construction 1
j Genera' Contractors and Mim.
j tia Millie J Ilblii,. UYl I Inno-l .Si.
One cent a word fur each lnaortlon.
or ftvc cenls a word for seven times.
IF VOL have a farm tor sate, I have a
number of purchasers tor It; or If
you wlsij a farm for JuJO up, on i.suy
payments, send for a free list. l'.tnl
Russo, B2il Chapel strvel,' New Haven,
''"mi, su27 tf
l UINISUKI) ROOMS.
One cent a word for eucli Insertion,
or rive cents a word for seven time.
SOMEONE JS LOOKING FOR THAT
' Fl.ltMSHKD ROOM. YOU CAN
i TELL THEM. WHICH 13 IT 13.
AND HOW TO SECURE IT
: IN A SMALL ONE CENT
A WORD ADV. IT
I WILL COST HUT A
SICKLY furninhed rooms, unliable for
man and wll'o. 318 George. n2S lw
1 LRMslir.l) It 00. MS Pleasantly fur
lilahed loonia with tublo board. All
lioine oooklug. Prices reasonable. Cen
tral. t,i drove, street, city. 21 tf
TWO handsomely furnished rooms, with
or without board. In modern house.
18 Lake place. 15 U
A CAIMiO OF R,(I0I CATS.
j Japan, U se'cnis, Is Infested with rats,
""" e iiMMi is I'MH.tineri ny a runs
contemporary, viz., that the Jaiause
cats, which are not proline, arc pam
pered o .in extraordinary cIcki'cp, Dur
ing the last few days, the chronicler
proceeds, a ship has left one of the
principal German ports with a carno
of ii.oiin cits. Tli..h i,n arrival are. to
ho settled la the various maritime
towns of the Mikado's ddninldi.s, and
we further leant Hint the present iwi--ignnicnt
of eath i to be followed by
f.oir ol tilers, each (,f t,,l)fl. The name
of the principal Herman port Is not giv
en. -London llliil,,'.
DEPARTMENT OF FIRE SERVICE.
Room I. City Hall.
New Haven. 10111., Dec. 23, irS.
l'Rnrns M,S Fi Ml C AL,
Scaled bhlj win be received by th
Board of Fire Commissioners until 8
o'clock p. 111,, Tuesday, .lanuaiy f, l',in!,
for furnishing the elty uf New Haven
with iToi kicks tons, more or less, host
quality J.ehlgh enal, as follows;
Jon tons of rgii. u:.r stove, ;;i nut, the
coat to be delivered at the different en-
j glllO houses.
j The above proposal must be addressed
to the Hoard of Fire Commissioners, en
dorsed "Rid for Coal" on the outside ef
; the envelope, nnd must be, accompanied
i by n, certiibd check of live per cent, of
the full amount of the bid, payuhlo to
' Jonathan N. It'nve, Controller.
I The Hoard of Fire Commissioner rf
1 serves the rignl to reject all bids.
! BO KD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS,
i d2i)2t 8. J. METZi.ER, Secretary.
i PROPOSALS FOR PORTABLE FOLD
1 1NO CHAIRS, GREENE STREET
cull -p of the Roiird of Education,
I S7 orange St reel.
I New Haven. Conn., Dee. 10, IOU.
i Sealed proposals will be received at
the olllce of Hie Hoard of Education, 87
I orange, street. New Haven, Conn., 1111
j til Tuesday, lVo-iubei- r.K 1'"", at 12
: o'clock noon, at wliloh time 1 tn lll be
' openi d bv the Connnltlee on New
i School Buildings ef the Hoard of Kdn
: i-nU"ii in public nu-eilng, for furnishing
, portiihli- 1'iddine elinirs for the Crcene
; Street school,
i Sprelttcai tons nnd form ef proposals
I.,.J he oliliillo-d l to- ottlee of the
lto.u-d of Edue.it ion, S7 orange slreet,
New I Liven, Coin.
f ie Committee reserves the right lo
iv.le.-l all bids or waive ntiv defects
In same f It lei decerned to the In -tel.,
s( of the district so do.
H T. HEWLETT,
d'.'l "t Secretary Hoard of Education.
Pl.ofnSAi.s FOR MACHINE LATHE,
10 1 A II I .M A N SCHOOL.
1 ifh -!' the Hoard of Education,
S7 Orange Street.
N. w Haven. Conn., Dec. II, IOU.
Seal.-d proposals will be received nt
I the olflc.i of the Hoard of Education, S7
I Oi-.iiure street. New Haven, Conn., 1111
i lit Tuesday, December ;"a, ins. al 12
o'clock noon, at whh-li Hum they will
he opened by the Commit lee mi School
Buildings of' the Board of Education In
I public meeting for one 1 2 i ncli x 5 - font
geared head Isthn rof me noarumnn
school in this elty.
Specifications and form of proposals
mo v b- obtained at the olllce of the
Hoard of Kdueaiion. ST Orange street,
New H a Veil, 1 'oiin.
The Connnltlee reserves the rlqht pi
reje.-i nil bids or waive any defect
III k.Mlie, If If he deemed to I lie Interest
of Hie dl-trb'l so to do
H. T HEWLETT,
dll Jt flee.ret.-n v I tout d of Rdue.iHnn.
NEW YORK CITY.
i ROOMS $1 n PAY -snd
ttficgiijfi. In anil from sfa
rDn fipi'. NrtrJ l!-e.vit
t) n ftr New Verk I'ltjr
lilllilehoek nntl Mup.
tfEW DURANT HOTEL.
tor. .iidi)! nnd Willi Intj Streets.
looms voc, $1.
K, Hush, Prii.
E,ocky Top, Mt. Carmcl.
Lot; (' AF.I S F(H RENT.
I'liie water iili'l full Hue of choice;
'arm supplies uvallntile.
Hotel offers ldi-nl place for party
,1. .ri";l-l2, Mrs, . Wltliiiun,
iCf vt navennort Hotel
Modified European Plan.
". I.. , e 1,.-. a kf.ist 20-60-. nisl--Men
: Much tee. Dinner at nlwrhl
. A hi carle aervlce all tlay until lil
ii. Mush' by Prof. Splviikowskl
iilim. Your ptif rotlaKe Is aollcltoi).
I ; . ! .i i tie. ii cuu'rautocid,
One ceu't a word for each Inaertlon.
or live cents a word for seven times.
LET IT BE KNOWN IN A SMALL ADV.
THAT VOi: HAVE FOUND IT, AND
IOU WILL COMPLY WITH
I'd I NDTI10 following- articles were
found on the, trolley cars of the Con
nect lent Co., olllce, Slate and Chapel
streets: One satchel, two umbrellas,
two purses, (Hie package tobacco, one.
pair shoes, one, glove, 0110 pair drum
slicks, one sheet of music.
FOUND A good place to buy bird,
cages, seed and aupplles at The
Edw. I". Smith & Co., 250 State Street.
See our Purity cage. o7 tf
NOTICR OF DISSOLUTION.
NolU-c Is hereby gvn that the co
partnership heretofore existing between
o. M. Editcrlcy ami Harry Voloshln
under the stylo of O. M. Edgerlcy & Co.
Is dissolved by mutual consont. Mr,
Edgerlcy assumes tho liabilities of Hid
Dated nt New Haven, .December 21,
O. M. EDHEItLEy,
II. VOIOHHIN. d23 2t
BAItnEltA PJ11IOMENA KUEEFT,
LOUIS L. KREEFT.
Superior Court, New Haven County,
December 11, 1908.
COMPLAINT FOR D1VOR.OH.
ORDERED, That additional notice of
the pendency of the complaint In tha
! above entitled cam bo given by pub-
lishlnK this order In the Morning Jour
1 tin l-Coiirer. a newspaper published lit
1 said New llaicn County, once a week
: for Hiiee weeks successively, beginning
j 011 or before I lie 17th day of December,
IO I lie? 1.01111.
ALFRED W. WHEELER,
oaw 3t. d15 23 30
District of New Haven, ss. I'rohate
Criort December 1!1o.
ESTATE OF MARY S. GooDHELL, late
of New Haven, In Bald District, dc
The Court of Probate for tho District
of New Haven hath limited and ap
pointed six months from the daM here
of for Hie creditors of said deceased 10
bring In tlo lr claims against said es
tate. Those who neglect to exhibit
their claims wtliln said time will be
All persons Indebted to said pstato
nre requested to make Immediate pay
SRAH J. lU! LEY.
1 Dlxwell avenue, City. (123 8t
District of New Haven, ss. Probate
Oouit, December 23, 1908.
EST A 'IE OF MKY Iv.. HoTCH K ISS,
late of New Haven, In said District,
An Instrument In writing, purporting
to bo (he last will and iestniuent of
said deceased, ami codicil thereto, hav
ing been presented In Court and Liv
ingston W. (,'le.ivehind ol Now Haven
luivlcit made written application pray
ing that the same may be probated,
ami Hint letters testamentary may bo
granted, as by said application on tile
In this Court more fully appears. It la
ORDERED. That said application he
heard mid deter, nlimd at a Court of
probate to be held at New Haven, In
suld District, on the 0th day of January,
I'.ot'.i, at ten o'vlock In the forenoon,
and that public notice of the pendency
of said application, and of the time
nnd place of the hearing thereon, be
given to all parties Interested In salt!
estate, by publishing litis order three
times- in a nespspi-r having ,a cir
culation in en Id District.
Id- the t 'out t.
JOHN L. CHI. SON,
12:1 lit Clerk.
. HI! ADLEY
Superior Court, New Haven County,
December It, I'.'uS.
In Hie above entitled 1 ausit, the un
do! signed was. on December 18, Ho8,
appointed by said Court and duly qnal
lte, us receiver of the above named
corporation; ami II was then and there
unlet) it by said Court;
'That th ivii months from and after
Dect iolii'i 31, Puis, be ami the same Is
hereby limited for the presentation to
said receiver of claim against said es
tate; Hilt all claims not so presented
j be llii'i caller forever barred; and that
1 said receiver give notice to all parties
j concerned nf said limitation,, that all
I claims not prescind within thn time
i ltmlle,! will be thereafter barred, and
! of the address to which said claims may
He sent 10 him ny mall, by publishing
such notice In (hire Issues each of Hie
New Haven Evening Register n 111 the
New Haven Morning Journal -Courier,
now spnpcrs published In said New Ha
ven, ami bv causing a copy of said
notice In be mulled, pnstagn paid, to
each known creditor on or before the
llith dav of December. 1008."
ERNEST L. ISIIELL, Receiver.
P. O. Ilox 292, New Haven, Conn.
District of New Hnven. . Probata
Court, December )!, 1008,
ESTATE OF JOSEPH SHONINGER.
late of New Haven, In said District,
The Court of Probate for the Dlslrlct.
nf New Haven hnth limited and ap
pointed six months from tho dale here
of for the creditors of said deceased
to bring lu their claims against, said es
Inle. Those win, neglect to exhibit
tli 1 r claims wllbln said I lmo will be
All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate, pay
SIMON R. KHONINflER,
d22 31 Executor,
i JO Itill CHURCH S'i'RKKT.
It ESI At HA NT.
Luncheon. ll-8o until 2 o'cloot
Servle a la Cart.
LOUIS ME'1.UER CATSRINQ Ca
New Tontine Hotel
Our 60c. Huslnes Men' Lunch
emu? itencn, soup, insli,
Roust, VeBOtablp Salads In
liessert and Tea, OolTes
...i-.n ..".id uiwi
I I a ,-. .. , , a
In New Haven.
I uerveii irom ii
- .... , i,, in,
OEO. T. WHITE. Prop.
... a y
Opposite Vnlon Iepot,
MOW ILWKN, COXV.
Connecticut's Largest Hotel.
Dinner 12-2:15. 50 Cecils.
St. Lawrence's New
One cent a word for each insartlon.
or five cents a word for sevon time.
TH HUE ARE PLENTY OF ' PeTJpLE
Looking for just such a
rent as vou have to
offer. vol ca.n reach
thlm with a small
ONE-FAMILY house, Edgewood ave
nue, near Dwlght street, possession
January I, 1 909. Address "X," General
Delivery, (J22 tf
FOR RENT Large furnished rooms
with cook stove, 2 up. Housekeep
ing; hall room, $1, 479 Chapel near
Franklin stroet. Clean and homo like.
SIOST maprnlfloor.tly furnished front
rooms to rent. 6S Dlxwell avenuo.
near Lake place. Call evenings or
Sunday. a81 tf
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven time.
IT MAY HE WORTH SOMETHING
AND IT WILL COST BUT A FEW,
CENTS TO OFFER IT FOR
SALE IN THESIS COL
UMNS. FOR fi A LE First-class Jewelry fixtures
and sale. 475 Stats sireoU
WH AH.IU local agents for Jellltac, the
ready-to-mlx paste powder, comply
add cold water. Ferguson, 28 Comer.
A TRA ELINti man tempted us with
an ulfcr of his pocket anile sample
case a I a price, and we "took hliu up,"
bought cm ull. Ask to see the drum
mer a samples for 49, 69 and 98 cents,
worth twice as much. Llgblbouru &
Pond Co., Rroadway Cutlery Dealers.
FIFTEEN TRADE typewriter, (all
makes), line condition, J5 up. Several
tables, Christmas present. Hart, 1
Center street. dlH lw
SALE, high class guaranteed One Ring
ing canaries, 81.98, Deo. 14 to 28. Will
hold them until January. Goldfish, 7
for 2bc. Globes, aquariums. Lllllau,
2,0 George. Open evening and Sun
days. dl 9d
A WARM blanket for your faithful
horse uie. Endless variety at
prices the lowect, barring none. Llgiil
bourn & Pond Co.. Blanket llurgaljieisl
PARI OR pod table. Dr. Mansfield, 787
Chapel. d!8 7t
FOR SALMr-Styllsh team, good driv
ing horss, nlckclled trimmed harness,
low wheeled buggy, also single horse,
weight 1,100, at F. O. Candea s, 284 Elm
street. dl7 61
JINt.1,15 bell! Sleigh bell, o'er the
smooth, while mow, prettily tuned.
Also foot warmci for sleighs and pri
vate carriages. Light bourn t pond
Co., Broadway. Open overy venlng.
111(1 bargain, one-family houae; 12,400,
worth 83,000. William, 87 Church
street. n2l lmo
KEEN Karvera for tho Christmas tur
kev; ask to see that bargain set at
$l (it, worth nearly twice as much.
Lightbourn & pond Co., Broadway Hus
tlers. d21 Bt
HAHII wood, even barrels, $1.00. Best
coul, four baskets 11.00. T. Collins.
Yards :i Lfjnard street. Telephone
'1)1. ' I'll."!1 it nlv.) nrniiH malrA InmA
body Christina happy nearly threof
nuntireu siyies 10 seiecv irom ni
"Itroaalway Hardware Sltore''-LtKht-bourn
& Pond Co. djl .it
lll'tl.NO ladles', gents' eld clothes; send
postal, tism Wldder, 862 (Jrand ave
nue. nl2 lyr
DiiN'T wait: Ruy your Christmas tre
now, while you have the selection.
LlRhlhnurn & Pond Co., 33-311 Broad
way. d21 Bt
MEK'8 hats, latest style, (1, $1.50 and
(2, same hacs you pay fli'iy cents
more for elsewhere. The Dollar Hut
Htore. 437 Btato slreet t'
On cent a word for eaon Insertion,
or five cents a word for seven tlm.
IT'ENNY SAVED 13 A PENNY EARN
ED. HAVE YOUR PENNIES FOlt
A B.MALL CLASSIFIED ALV,
IT A AY I) R I Ml YOU BIO
Alt TIO AI,E R. B. iMallory, Auo
tlonecr and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel.
Thorn, 23tio. Residence, 308 George
street; 'phone 6.164 -2.
T1IH L. HOOTWKK CO., 45 Orang
street, auctioneers and appraieers.
Antigua and used furniture. Outsld
sale solicited. o9 tf
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or Uv cents a word for seven lime.
MI'EHl' l.l oi H AIll can be Removed
on Treatment and the Root of the
Hair Destroyed Gradually. Mr. H. E.
Chamberlain, 888 Chapel street, oppo
site Trinity church. Telephone 1757.
District o New Hnven, ss. Probate
Court, December H, 190X.
ESTATE OF CHARLES A, CHASE, late
of Now Haven, In said District, de
ceased. The Executrix of tho will of Frank
E. Lewis, Trustee, decensed. bavin px
hlblled the account of said deceased
Trusiec with said estate lo this Court
for allowance, It Is
ORDERED, That, the 2:ilh day of De
cember, I DDK, at ten o'clock 111 thn fore
noon, at a Court of Prnbstn to bo held
at New Haven, In said District, be ap
pointed for a, liearlnif In thn allowance
of said account, ami t lint nntlco of tha
limp ami place of said hearing be given
by publishing this order three times
In some newspaper having a circula
tion In said Dlslrlct.
By the Court.
JOHN L, UNSON,
' (122 3t Clerk.
District of New Haven, ss. Probate
I 'ourt, I leccinber 21, 1 90S.
ESTATE OF PATRICK HI HON. bite ot
New Hnvon, In said Dlslrlct, deceas
ed. An Instrument In wrllltiif, purporting
to be the last will ami testament of
said dcceaseil having been prwsen led
In Court am) MarRiircl ll. Wrlnn of
New Haven having made written ap
plication pra.vliiK thai Ihe samo may
be probaltd, and that letters tosta
incniary tuav be grunted, as by said
nppl icat ion on tile In this Court more
fullv appears, II. I.i
ORDERED, That said application be
heard and 'determined at a Court -if
i'rohate to be held at New Haven, In
;ihl District, on tho 2SUi day of De
cember, l!h'K, at ten o'clook In Ihe foro
noon, and that public, notice of the pen
dency of said application, and of thn
time and place of tho hearing thereon,
be given lo all parties Interested in xnbl
estate, by publishing (his order three
limes In a newspaper having a, circula
tion in said District.
By I ho Court.
.lull N L. HILSON,
Clark, Hall Peck, I
In? (Iimiiec street, Attorneys for thn
Exectiltix. tl22 31
One cent a word for each Insertion.
or five cents word for seven time.
(; V It liliMMt wants work trimming
ftrnpo vines and fruit trees, and car
of furnaces. L. F., 2'i Auburn street,
l'lty. , ,323 Jt
IIUISTMAS trade sollolted. The best
of everything; to drink at the lowest
price. A call will convince you. 40;l
4H7 Stale. dl8 lw
SHOES to be repaired. Dest work at
lowest prices. Tho Cobbler Co., 447
State street. dl 8 lw
One cent a word for each Insertion,
ur nve cent a worn lor seven time.
IIAVK OU a business tor sale? If so,
call her. Have waiting list of pur
chasers for the right opportunity.
Hull's Business Exchange, 30 Benedict
building. dm lmo
1IKLP WAN TED WALK.
L1VK man to peddle Bcckwlth's Alman
ao on tho street. Commission 3u per
cent. Unsold copies fully returnable.
Apply at tha Conneotlcut New Compa
ny. d23 tt
WANTED Jonos" Seieot Employment
Agency, 23 Church street. UelephOD
23SU. Connecticut's Largea' Agenoy;
male and female help supplied for mer
cantile and doinestlo service for arc
and all kinds of. work, nt anywher.
WAXTFJ) FOll V. 8. AIU1 V Able bod
led uninarrled men between 18 and
35; citizens of tho United State; ot
good character and temperate hublls,
who can speak, read and write English.
Apply Hecrultlng Otlloer, 890 Cliapef
street, New Haven; 766 Main treet,
Hartford; t!2 Cannon street, Bridgeport;
uS Bunk street, Wtttorbufy. Jyl lyr
HELP WANTLH l'liMALi:.
One cent word lor us.cn insaruoa.
or Ave oenta a word for seven time.
WANTED Sleeman' Reliable Binploy
nient Agency, 743 Chapel st, estob
llihsd 2i year. Largest, best In th
state. Best male and female help tot
any and all kinds of work. Bent ans
where. Open evenings. Tel 2822.
SITUATION WANTKL FLMALE,
One cent a word tor on lnaeruon,
or Ave cent a word for seven time.
W'ANTBI Work by the day by com
petent laundress; best reterenots,
Call for two days. 4 OUv street.
WANTED Sleeman' Reliable Em
ployment Agency, 7C8 Chapel treet.
established 2U yearH. Largest, best la
the state. Best male and female help
for any and all kinds of w.rk. Bent
anywhere. Open evening. Tel. 2822.
SELECT help, best Mtuauona, Mr.
Sebald, 62 Court. German, English
spoktn. Telephone. 022 lyr
Mil 8, B. r. 8EAL.es uppl1e flrst-oUM
heip. Olv bur a trial. Tel. 1884-14,
168 Dlxwell avenue. ol4tt
DO YOU WANT A GOOD CLAJ3S OF,
BOARDERS. LET THEM KNOW
THKUOUH TUECJE COLUMNS.
TP113 UOOD ONES . 8KH)
One cent a word for eaoh insertion,
or live cent a word tor seven tlm.
TADI.K boarder wanted. Home cook
ing. 26 Whalley avenue. aul8 tf
On cent a word for eacn Insertion,
or Ave cents a word (or seven times.
NO MAT5ER WHAT TUB BUSINESS,
A FEW CENTS SPENT IN ADVER
TISING IT IN THESU COL
UMNS WILL, HELP IT.
OFFICIO bualne profitable one. Call
for particular. Hull, 80 Benedict
building. dl8 tf
MII.I.IVEHY, S,0)0 yearly business.
Slock and fixtures, $800. Hull, 8(
Benedict building. dl8 tf
. , (
HAltliElt shop, four chairs. Fine loca
Hon and trade. 8450. Hull, 30 Bene4
dlot building. dl8 tf
i'l'ORR to rent; excellent business lo
cation in East Derby, Conn., suitable,
for grocery and butcher shop. Rent
renNonable. For further piartlcmlari
Inquire ot R. Morgantern, 128 Mala,
street, Ansonta, Conn. n20 tf
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
One cent a word for eaoh Insertion,
or live cents a word for seven times.
DESIRABLE HOUSES ARE- TO BH
HAD IN MANY PARTS OF THB
CITY. A SMALL ADV. IN THESH .
COLUMNS WILL HELP FIND
ONE FOK YOU.
ALFRED POWELL, dealer In West Ha
ven Realty, 602 Savin ave. Teltu
phone. n4 lmo
r - . . - '- - - J
CLAIRVOYANTS, PALMIST, ETC
One cent a word for a act) insertion,
or five cents a word for veo tlm.
NARY J. WHItiHT, .SI. D., 2T Hlgt
street -Dr. Wright treat all disease!
and Is the best known clairvoyant 11
the state. Your aliments located with,
out asking questions, 28 year In Net.
Haven. If In trouble or doubt regard
Ing events or people, advice will bt
given through the doctor. Clear olalr.
voyant vision. Graduate of Hahnenmni
college. Consultation (1.00. Hour: I
n. m. to 9 p. m. No Sunday. 08 3m
One cent a word for each Insertion,
or five cent a word for seven time.
l STftOlVn Jt KOiV. Bulldor, cottagi
specialists, , Our prices demand at.
tentton. .Woodniont, Conn. dill 2m
The University of Wisconsin has 3,231
students exclusive of the winter sgri
cultural classes, which will bring tin
total to more than 4.R00. The frp.slv
man class numbered 94, 1,
73 CENIiiR STREET.
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