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NEW IIAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, SEPTMUF.U 15, I8JM.
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AOMCCLTrmAL Department, Orrit'K or tiis l-'iiiEr Or the Weatiikii IIuiiiac. tt . .mw 1 ) (' Sunt. 14. 18W. to. m Forecast for Sutnnluy-ror new r.ngiana and carton New l'orks Generally fair, pro oeded ly showers on tho coast early Saturday rooming; southeast to south winds. LOVALSEWS. Brief Mention. New stock of palms at Champion's. High water to-duy at 10:31 n. in. and 10.48 p. m. Bishop street house wanted. R. E. Baldwin. Dr. W. G. Daggett has returned from his summer vacation. James S. Hemingway returned yester day from Bethlehem, N. H. Concrete walk lnid and rspaired. Conn. Concrete Co., 49 Church. A. Marshall of 1361 State street, whose horse was stolen Thursday, recovered It yesterday In Naugatuck. At the praise service at Dwlght Place church to-morrow evening one of the features will be. a duet by Mrs. Blinn and Mr. Smith. Rev. R. G. S. McNcllie of Pine Bluff. N. C, formerly of Bridgeport, is a guest of Dr. and Mrs. Noble at the Congrega tional parsonage In Norwalk. The condition of L. V. Treat was slightly improved yesterday. He is suffering from a complication of dis eases. He Is attended by Dr. W. W. Hawkes. 'Twas bought at Kirby's. That set tles It stamping it as a good article at a fair price. Step Into Kirby's comfort able, central, commodious store and be suited In goods and price. Thomas Cassidy and Thomas Barrett, two sixteen-year-old boys, escaped from the Connecticut school for boys at Meri den yesterday. Cassldy's home is in this city. Both boys had on the uni form of the school. The expenses of the commissioners of public works and heads of departments for a trip to Buffalo to attend the an nual convention of road commissioners of the United States will be paid by the city, not to exceed $250. Bradstreet's for this week reports im proving business conditions in the southern states generally; big dry goods sales at Chicago, good activity at Bt. Louis, a check in wool purchases after heavy buying, and an Increase of railroad earnings on most of the rail ways. Those lovely fur shoulder capes, all the new styles and shapes, at the Bur gess Fur and Hat company no wonder they're In demand and with the present low prices. Hats, hats for the male bipeds, all the latest styles, including the ever-famous Knox. Next Wednesday evening at Calvary Baptist church John G. Woolley, whose temperance addresses at several na tional T. P. S. C. E. conventions have attracted wide attention, will lecture on "Our Inalienable Rights." The Bev ridges of Nebraska will sing. No ad mission charged. Up to a late hour last night the re mains of the unknown man who was killed at the Woodmont station and which are at Stahl & Hegel's, had not been Identified. Unless they are claim ed to-day. They will be buried by the town of Orange. Stahl & Hegel had a photograph taken of the deceased yes terday to aid in Identification. The re mains will be buried by Stahl & Hegel to-day at 10 a, m. in Oak Grove ceme tery, West Haven. Professor Hawkshurst of Patterson, N. J., is in town to take orders and de liver his new book, copyrighted this year, on ."The Art of How to Detect Counterfeit Money." The book is de voted to the interest and safety of all persons handling money, as It teaches how to detect the spurious and counter feit. It will be, doubtless, highly appre ciated by business men, banks, etc. Prof. Hawkshurst has recommenda tions from Paterson as to his honesty, respectability and worthiness. The price of the book is $2. AMERICAN INSTITUTE. Preparing for the Reception of Three Hundred Members at the Annual Meet ing. Bridgeport, Sept 14. It Is especially gratifying to the representatives of the :opper and brass industries hereabout that the American Institute of Mining Engineers has chosen Black Rock as the place for its annual meeting the Jrst week in October. The institute Is made up of some three hundred men from such concerns as the Carnegie & Phipps, the Bethlehem and Pittsburg Iron works, the Calumet & Hecla Min ing Co., and the like, and theyj come from all parts of ths country. It 1 the Intention of tho Bridgeport business men to do all In their power to make the visit of these people enjoyable. The Consolidated will furnish a special train for the party. Drone In the Klamath Country. (From the Morulas' Oretonlsn.) A camping party of Balem men Is Just home from the Klamath country. The Klnmnth reservation Is a fine re ton and Inhabited by a hearty race of Indians. Mr. Patterson says an Indian that weighed two hundred and seven ty-flve pounds, who had curly hair and a number of other singular character istics, was noticed. But the grandest sight, says the hunters, was Crater Luke. This Is a boay or water mur nnd a quarter by sis and a quarter miles In dimensions, navmg no appa rent outlet. Not a nsn or any Kina hnhits . the water. Two efforts w made to plant the lake with trout, but It seems that they nave no means oi livlnir and and die off In a short time u'MIa ha mirtv was at the lake they encountered a surveying outfit, who were making a geodetic survey, ana their figures showed that the lowest bluff on the lake was two hundred ana fifty feet from the top of the level of the water. It was found that the depth of the water was 1,996 to 2,000 feet, clear as French plate glass. TohtncAL. New Haven Protection Club. The regular meeting of the execu tlvo board will be held this evening In room 10, Boardman building, corner of Chapel and State streets, at 8 o'clock Every member of the board Is request ed to be present. Important business, including action on applications. would Impress upon the members the importance of being present at all meetings, that the Important issues of the pampalgn may be discussed, also the time and place for noiamg a meet Ing of the club will be decided upon. H. S. Hamilton, President. Third Ward. Republican electors of the Third ward will meet Friday evenlng.Septem- ber 21, at 195 Congress avenue, at 7:30 for the purpose of electing delegates to the Justice of the peace convention Wm. F. Clark, Chairman. Sixth Ward. Republican electors of the Sixth ward will meet Friday evening, September 21, at 60 Court street, at 7:30, for the purpose of electing delegates to the jus tice of the peace convention. I. M. Ullman, Chairman. Second District Convention. The republican congressional conven tlon of the Second district will be held at Veru hall, 156 Orange street, New Ha ven, on Saturday, September 29, at 11:30 a. m., for the purpose of nominating a candidate for congress and for the transacting of any other proper busi ness. THEODORE H. MacDONALD, JOHN T. BROATCH, GEORGE B. CLARK, Congressional Committee. A Good Indication. Medical practitioners of prominence are prescribing- for the cure of diseases spring ing from derangement of the digestive or. gans, Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy. This professional endorsement is justified by the fact that no other preparation has been found so efficacious in f iat class of disorders. even in the most advance! and severe cages. It has cured gravel in the kidneys, stone in the bladder and inflammation of the kidneys, where all other medicines had failed. It can be purchased of any druggist A book is wrapped about each bottle, explaining its use. Blight's Disease, Diabetes, and Other Diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and Stomach Cured. Information Free which -will Astound and Convince the Most Skeptical. No stamp necessary for Information. Address REV. DR. Tj. E. HALL, Pastor First Baptist Church, Hatticsburg,' Miss. oa P. O. POX No. 709, New Orleans, La, Name paper. jy53m PFAFF & SON. Rhode Island Turkeys Are still coming very fine. We Are Offering Them Very Low. Spring Lamb, Spring Lamb. Asparagus, Fresh Mint, Peas, New bunch Beets, Choice Florida and Hothouse Tomatoes Mushrooms, Mushrooms. 7 and 9 Church st. 1S2 Portsea st. OUR DIAMONDS ARE VINE. We Buy None Other. Our prices are right. REMEMBER THAT, as It Is very Important in making a large purchase. We have the largest stock In this city. 8. SILVERTHAC & SONS, Diamond Experts, 780 Chapel street "Trait These Who Have Tried." Catarrh caused hosrwness and (lift oulty In spaklng. I also to a great extent lost hearing. By the us of Ely's Cream Balm dropping of mucus has reared, voice and bearing havs greatly Impreved.-J. W. Davidson, attorney-at-law. Monmouth. III. I used Ely's Cream Balm for catarrh and have received great benefit. I be lieve It a safe and certain cure, very pleasant to tRko. William Fraicr, Rochester, N. T. Price of Cream Balm Is fifty cents. Goodwin's fruit and vegetable market now permanently located at 68S Chapel street, a few doors below the old City Market A full line of vegetables and fruits, etc. Sweet evergreen corn and lima beans, string beans, spinach, green and ripe tomatoes, pickling cucumbers, small white onions and green peppers, Boston lettuce, celery, cranberries, Bos ton marrow, Michigan squashes, etc. We shall have telephone placed In our store on Monday. Goodwin's, 685 Chapel street. Bel all Grocers. Be sure and buy your pure maple syrup of J. D. Dewell & Co., Stoddard, Kimberly & Co. These Arms handle strictly pure maple syrup and Jams, end guarantee every bottle to keep one year. J. T. Plllman. 815 2t Buys a pair of ladles' nice patent leath er tip shoes worth J2.00. Look In our window. D. W. Cosgrove & Co. Buy a 4alr of school shoes for the boy, 76c. D. W. Cosgrove & Co. A misses patent leather tip heel shoe, 72c. D. W. Cosgrove & Co. Men's solid working shoe, 92c. sl5 3t ' D. W. Cosgrove & Co. To-Day, DUILAP'S HATS FOR FALL. HOW! HO, Chapel, cor. State st. t Crackers and " Biscuits $ome of the sorts we have are so good they don't keep for grown up people as well as the children insist upon eating them up. New varieties arriving constantly. 000 Edw. E. HaH & Son. SfpeocenMatibens &Ca OlXiS, CHEMICALS. 21 State Street 243 oooooooo 8 PPio O ' A lull Line of the Newest f V Styles at,: --v. W OTuB Burgess Fur l Kat CxO IfilChapei Street .-- J , O Sole Agents for Knox; New coccccoo New Haven. fiurrir. Pt. & The weather today Likety to be fair. TELEPHON8 No. SO. Makes All Difference how a good Handkerchief is embroidered. During Satur day's busy push for Veilings, Laces and Hamburg Edg ings, women would do well to pause long enough for the "two-for-a'-quarter' Hand kerchiefs. Embroidered and scalloped edges. Table, Chapel 8t Corner Entrance. The Advance Line of Men's Fall Neckwear blushes and bows with true autumn loveliness from the second window, Chapel St Corner. Silks and Satins Tecks and String Ties Four-in-hands Silver grays White polka dots on blue Gamet stripes on i.-!ac give a hint about the collec tion. Tie-makers have evi dently tried their best to see just how much beauty and worth could be packed into a so cent Tie. Unprecedented success has crowned their efforts. j r Men's Furnishings, Another Lot of Silks for Waists has come. These will suit Ladies who'd lather pay 69 and 75 cents than 89 cents a yard. Late and lovely -patterns. On a separate Table in Daylight Square will be found odd pieces, shades and grades of Dress Goods classed in three lots and pricedj2-jrand 19 cents a yard. Worth much more money but marked at a can't-stay-here pripe, just the same.' New Main Entrance, -left, Aisle. How About Sheets and PilloWifjCass ? Follow the crowd and buy 81x90 Sheets at 43 cents each. 36 x. 45 Pillow Cases at 6 and , 1 2 cents each. Linen Court. THE GREAT CHICAGO " Armour " will send somebody here Monday next to show up that Company's Health Food Products. The Show will be held in the Base ment. Keep an eye on the papers. Boys Lookout for Lot 3245, D. Suit. It's all wool. Wear it to school ; wear it skipping; wear it visiting. We're going to sell them at new . tariff prices $2.97 a Suit. Precisely like the Suits that did sell at $3.75 each. Tease Mamma to come Saturdayj Boys' Clothing Department. A Magnet For Men The drawing power of Trade Table No. 2 for Satur day, will consist in a lot of Half Hose, stainless black, and leather shades, double sole, high spliced heel, 11 cents a pair. Many Mouths will water for New England Chocolate Cream Drops, at our special price of 14 cents a pound for Saturday only. r New Main Entrance, Right Aisle. H. F. BL0GG & BKU, Cash r Credit -. HOME FURNISHERS, ; 699 Chapel street, Km Haven, Conn. ; FULL LINE OF . . !' Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Oilcloths, Beds, Baby Carriages, , Mattresses, Parlor and Cook Stores. Character is Credit. ! ' Store open 7 a. m. to ftSt p. m Saturday and Monday evenings to 8. , : "SPECIAL FLOOR PAINT," v ! ELASTIC and durable: dries hard over nipht. CaUforkawleooloroMd. . ; suiais iiiMBJdsi.nw. w , HIS S A MRU! 5(111 Ml AT- TEST DOLLARS. Just to boom business for; a few days we shall sell 300 Men's and strictly All Worsted Clay Diagonal Suits at Ten Dollars. The Coats are made both Saiks and Cutaway Forks. We be lieve it to be the biggest bargain in a first- class, stylish dress suit ever shown in this country. This is a broad statement, but we believe it. Don't take our word, but come and see for yourself. TEN DOLLARS ONLY for a strictly All Worsted Suit. C. E. LONGLEY & CO, 101, 103 and 105 Church Street, N"E"W HAVEHT, CONN. LOOKOUT FOR THE Deadly Trolley! Wet weatber is coming and there is danger for you, Mr. Motorman. ' Avoid it by using one of our EXTRA RUBBER COATS. Guaranteed Waterproof and Durable. Everything In Rubber at the Veru Bicycle and Rubber Store, 158 Orange Street. 75 Bushels : Sweet Potatoes! !2g Peck. ; I $4.45 Barrel. ; We are bere for buslnesi, and will be triad to see you au. R. W. MILLS, ; 8S2 STATE STREET. THEODORE KEILER, j .v. , . , UNDKBTAKBB, Art 162 ORANGE STREET, 1 CReai Court street) - Telephone Ho. W7-. Clay Mi Ms and Young Men's fine $18.00 Clay Diagonal "A FOLLOWER." The DINNER SETS we offered last week1 at 117.93 are almost aone. and as "a fol lower'' we will offer for this week our .entire stock or . . . -. Children's Carriages, . . AlSO T" - JT I 1 1 . VAt almost cost, to elose them out. OurQ mnse, wnica is to oe xouna in tnis city. .uniy ai our srore. Children's Rockers at 25c. A full size Hooker at TOo. .Call an$ get one before they are gone.' Many bargains In Crockery in our Crockery and-Glassware Do- . . partment in basement. Student Rooni Furnishings In every detail. tt L. Arci, Complete,' Housef urnlsher, 755 to 763 Chapel Street. Open every evenlnjr. e . ys ' DENTISTRY. f Sg. h.gidney, MilW North side, doors below Orange. Dentistry in all its branches. Prices tbe low set consistent with flrat-UuB work. . OWE TETS0M JJaturda? argains, These Exceedingly Low Prices are Only Prom 8 A. M. to 10 P. M. Satur day, September1 15. Ribbons All-Silk Satin and Moire Rib tons excellent quality. Widtfi, 2 Inches. Colorswhite, cream, black, pink, light blue; navy, green, lilac, orange and cardinal. A limited quantity at 10c.,a Laces p A lot of very pretty White Ori ental Laces, various designs and widths. Actual value. x 2 c. Such a Lace was neverjjefore, offered at this price.) Saturday, at 5C. a yard; Men's Ties. Our entire stock of 50c. Neck wear, including Four-in-Hands and Tecks.J Only Saturday, at 35C. each; Linen'Fringe. We offer for Saturday our reg ular ioc. quality Linen Fringes comprising all the best shades, at 5akayard. Perfumes. For Saturday, we offer an e belletit quality of Perfumery in a large variety of odors. HOWE & Stetson. Is a poetio war of looking at !, but our flrst-olass coal-saving HEAT DISTRIBUTORS, Stoves, bought now, will oome in handy most all the time, for years to oome ! We make a specialty of saving the cost of the weddlnir tour M couples who fit up their horns wanu a ere. CASH OK EAST TERM P. J. ZEILT & CO., Grand Ave., Church St. .... j? WE OFFER FOR SEPTEMBER 1 x PLOVER, ,! SHOT OUT OUR SHORE. .... -wttot,, JSniianst IVfttiTA Min VhliaiAirkhism ' - - sag -.1 . , Clucken Grouse from Chicago, xxaaijNE oub stocks or MEATS. AND VEGETABLES, 9SA anil 3K2 STATE HTRKKT. 5 80