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new iiaven Corning journal and courier, Thursday, September 27, m.
Journal and Co u vie v.
MiW II AVKN, CONN.
The Mostb. 1.6Ui 0 Month, 60
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or lti!iit-l!.H!ii-ll-' Knl l'earl Pircet.
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Fin- K.'ni-r.-iii Mii'111-.W!4 uTiiuin Avenue.
For ituiit-Tc:i-Mii in- ..".Jlowo .-.irwl.
For Sm'- H mueiieo A. N. Whoeler.
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Wanted Siiiiuii - - ' IHnli-hley Avenue,
WuiiuhI Oti 1-14 Sylvmi Avynue.
VhiiUhJ Miulimi-1 Ueilt riU-eol.
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Wmii.il Hlttirttton U Putnam Street.
IVmiImI 0lrl7li rciirt Sirwt.
Wmitiil hiiumuiii-J.. Tin cifflre.
Vanll 8itumiuii-Hi Anjlum Strict.
V.'iiiiic-J SitimlKin-liE! York streif.
V uiuoil CooU 111) Uiivciiiurt Avenue.
Wanted To4imnlu r-Houiutonio Mfg. Co.
Wauled Girl Via T-iiiiIh cir.i-t.
Wanted allium i.- C. TnlsOlllcn.
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Washington
Koreoaat for Tliuinday-For MuHKorh .setts,
Rhode Island and Connecticut: Fair, followed
ly shown. on the ooiurt In the evenlniror
utitlit; east winds; gl'oii the count; blltfhlly
warmer lu the interior.
Loral Vimllim Itnport.
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Barometer
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He). Humidity
Wind Direction
Wind Velocity
Weather.
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111
Clear
,Moau temperature. 00.
Max. temperature. 81.
jlin. temperature.).
I'rewpitMUoii.0iiicde8.
iiax. velocity of wind, 19-Nb.
Accumulated oxcum of temperature since
January uciireea; or an average dally
excess of It dearce.
Totul di'iioieucyot precipitation since Jan
uary Ju itf.W inches.
' 1 n. J. COX, Observer.
Noto. A minus slirn ) prellxed to ther
mometer readings Indicates touiperature be-
A ''"Mn ronneotlon with rainfall indicates
ttracoof raiiifull too small to uiuusure.
Snow is meltod anu resulting depth ol
water not known.
J.ui ii. J.
Uriel .Mention.
Bishop st.house wanted.R.E.Baldwin.
High water to-day at 8.42 a. in. and
0:03 p. m.
Concrete walk laid and repaired.
Conn. Concrete Co., 49 Church.
Miss Annie Winn and James Clark
were married at St. Patrick's church
yesterday.
Fall and winter opening at B. Rogow
Bki's, "Wednesday and Thursday, Sep
tember 26 and 27.
A certificate of the organization of
the Horton Pen company of this city
was filed yesterday at Hartford.
Tallant'8 clothing store In Danbury
was robbed of about $350 worth of goods
by burglar early yesterday morning.
John W. Merwln of Merwin's Point,
who has been very ill with typhoid ma
larial fever, is on the road to recovery.
The rank of Knight was conferred
upon B. B. poldberg, manager of the
Oak Hall Clothing company, at Rath
bone lodge No. 1, Knights of Pythias,
last evening.
Mrs. Abby Merwin of Woodmont is
very ill with nervous prostration, the
result of overwork, and is attended by
Dr. E. B. Heady.
Mrs. David Calhoun and daughter
Flora, of this city, are visiting friends
In Washington, Conn., the guests of
Kdson E. Beeley.
Grand opening Oct. 1, 2, 3. Original de
signs direct from Paris. Ladies don't
fail to call. Kellogg French Tailoring
system, 220 Crown street.
Miss Bessie Carliu of West Haven has
just completed her course at Gaffey's
shorthand school and been placed In
the office of Malley, Neely & Co.
The funeral of the late Dr. Waln
jwright of Hartford takes place this
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Bishop Wil
liams and Rev. James W. Bradin will
officiate.
Last night at the Methodist church,
Bhelton, Rev. E. M. Poteat, pastor of
the Calvary Baptist church of New Ha
yen, delivered an address on the no-
license question.
The cantata "A Visit to Grandpa'
iwas excellently rendered by the young
ladies of the Grand avenue Congrega
tional church last evening and a neat
' sum of money was raised for the Boys'
brigade.
Night before last was the coldest Sep
tember 25 since 1891. The mercury de
scended to' 40 degrees, while last year
Jt was 46 and the year before 45. In
1891 the thermometer on the correspond
ing night was 30.
Coroner Mix was called to Milford
yesterday by Dr. Heady to investigate
the case of the two Wood children, one
of whom, George, died yesterday. It is
supposed they ate toadstools, mistaking
them for mushrooms.
Momauguin lodge, No. 1, A. O. U. W.'s
committee on the sixteenth anniversary
to be held at Warner hall, October 11,
reported progress and that the Grand
Master Workman Edward Mitchell of
Boston and Grand Supervisor John C
Gallagher would be present.
Edward Kerwln, aged twenty-eight,
stepped off the tramway at Gilbert's
coal yard yesterday and fell sixteen feet
to the ground. He was taken up un
conscious and removed to the hospital.
The indications were that he had suf
fered dangerous internal Injuries
DRUGGISTS ARE WARNED.
rnnr n.ire iters vmirrKNTioif-
ALLY riOh.tr I NO 1HK LAW,
Complaint Mad Against Than by Bottler
3. Vhrenbir of Vlolat n: thsSUttuta
Iw llalalliif Ut Traxlamarlu Will Mot
bl'roruliHl at 1'rMant.
The druggists of the cltjr wer yer.r
day notified by City Attorney Vox thm
they had violated chapter M of the
general statutes, and wsre In oon
quenc amenable to the law. The drug
gists who were notified were Nathan J.
poors of (1 Broadway, J. J.' Ailing of HI
Dlxwell avenue. 11. W. Holton of 450
Congress aveue, C. H, Conway of 305
Grand avenue and II. M. Disnop of 80
Btate street. The cauao of their receiv
ing these noiiu wa in consequence of
a visit paid to City Attonmy Fox yeK
terday afternoon by J. Wahrsnberger, a
Dlxwell avenue bottler.
Bottler Wahrcnergvr had with him
several bottles on which Wahrenber
ger's name had been blown and which
was covered up by paper labels of tho
several drugnlstH. The complaint lodged
with City Attorney Fox was that the
druggists had violated the law passed
by the last general assembly and ap
proved May 5. 1S'3. The law governing
such cases Is as follows:
"Any person who shall, without Ihe
consent of the owner or bailor, fill with
any mineral water or beverage, any
bottle stamped with ihe tiftme or trade
mark of the owner, a description of
which name and trade mark has beon
registered as provided In stction 3,964
of the general statutes, with Intent to
sell the same, or who shall s.:ll such
bottles so tilled without the consent of
the owner or tailor thereof, or who shall
sell merchandise or use any sucn botUe
or compartment box used in transport
ing the same so sUmped. shall be fined
not more than one hundred dollars."
The gist of Mr. Wahrenberger's com
plaint was that the druggists received
these bottles from customers and filled
them with medicines or whatever the
applicant might call for, and then past
ed on the bottles labels containing the
name of the fluid contained in them,
and the address of the druggist. It Is
not charged that the druggists inten
tionally violated the law, but It is
thought that they are ignorant of the
law on the statute books, and have
simply filled the bottles the same as
they would any other bottles brought
to them by customers.
City Attorney Fox also takes the lat
ter view of the case, and will conse
quently bring no prosecutions in the
present cases. Accordingly he has sent
them notices to the effect that they
have violated the law, and warning
them that should any more complaints
be lodged against them, he would be
under necessity of criminally prosecut
ing them under the general statutes of
the state.
At City Mission Hall.
The woman's department of the City
Missionary association includes in its
work a mothers' meeting held at the
mission hall every Wednesday after
noon. Yesterday afternoon in place of
the usual exercises a very interesting
meeting was conducted for the mothers
by t he Woman's Christian Temperance
union No. 1. Among those who took
part In this service, which was held
in the upper hall, were Mrs.' Morrell,
the president, Mrs. Benedict, Mrs. Rich
ardson and Mrs. Foote. After the con
clusion of these exercises the mothers
and their little children were invited to
the large hall, where tables had been
pread, and cake and cream and peaches
weretserved to all. Miss Hume, the
lady missionary, was assisted during
the afternoon by Miss A. D. Fogg, and
during the lunch short addresses were
made by Mrs. Sturgess and Mrs. SheD-
ard of the woman's department.
Are Ynu Ever Annoyed
by a buzzing or roaring sound In your
head? Have you difficulty in hearing
distinctly? Are you troubled with a con
tinual dropping of mucous, irritating
the throat and causing you to cough?
Is your breath unpleasantly affected.
and accompanied taste? Is your hearing
less acute? if so, you have catarrh and
should at once procure a bottle of Ely's
Cream Balm, the best known remedy.
The Balm will give instant relief.
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Good housekeeping includes buvins?
your meats of the Booth Meat Co. It's
economy, too. No dellvtry clerko or
horses to feed. Four stores 370 State
street, 62 Congress avenue, 591 Grand
avenue and 7 Grand avenue, Fair Ha
ven. s27 3t
Absolutely Pure.
A oream of tartar baking powder. Highest
of all in leavening strength. Latest United
States Government Food Keport.
Koyal Baking Powder Co., 100 Wall st N. T
PFAFF & SON.
Rhode Island Turkeys
Are still ooming very fine.
We Are Offering Them Very Low.
Spring Lamb, Spring Lamb.
Asparagus, Fresh Mint,
Peas, New bunoh Beets,
Choice Florida and Hothouse Tomatoes
Mushrooms, 'Mushrooms.
7 and 9 Church sL 152 Portsca st
POWDER
New Haven, Thursday, Bent. IT, INI.
Tit weather . thdayLikefy
to be fair. ,
TKIiKPHONR No. Wl.
We almost sigh for another
Auction where we might
obtain more Silks to sellat
prices which for nearly a week
now, have astounded mer
chants and created intense
activity among buyers of silks.
Yes, splendid chances, left,
but the days of some lots are
well nigh numbered..
300 yds. of very fine Im
ported Satin Duchesse whose
only fault was its high price
$1.59 a yard has been
thrown in with the Auction
Silks at the 89 cent mark.
Main Entrance, Left AUle.
Yale men find Sheets and
Pillow Cases in all sizes and
prices. Blankets, Comfort'
ers and Spreads as little
priced as the Sheets and
Pillow Cases."
Linen Court and Flannel Section.
The magnificent variety of
Rugs embrace
Jap. Jute Sheep Skin
Jeypore Smyrna
Wilton Ingrain
Persian Oriental
Goat Skin Moquette
Carpets for Fall full and
plenty. A special line of
Ingrains. Also Ingrain Art
Squares of irrestible beauty.
New choice patterns in Tap
estry, Body Brussels, Mo
quettes and Axminster Ca'r
pets. Cost never so little.
A little later we'll speak very
loud about a certain price on
special Moquette Rugs.
Have you seen the Rug
Window ?
Carpets, Second Floor.
Do you ride a wheel ?
Take advantage of the.clbs
ing price of $39.00 on " Tour
ist " Roadsters, $44.00 on
Scorchers. New high grade
wheels with parts supplied.
lasement.
The Mexican, Capt. Jesus
Garza, is here until Thurs
lay night only. His talk
ibout the curative properties
if Yucca Soap " is highly
instructive and beneficjakn-
The long expected import
ation of our Vassar and
L'Adrienne L,adies' Gloves, is
at hand. These are made by
"Xavjer Jouvin" whose
gloves are sold only by us in
New Haven.
The most kinds of delicious
soups can be learned about
at the Food Exhibit's free
lunch every day from 10 A. M.
to 5 p. m. in the Basement.
OUR DIAMONDS
A HE rlNK.
We Buy None Other.
Our tirlces are right.
KBMBMBEH THAT,
as it. is very important
in making a lurire purchase.
We i live the' largest
stock In this city.
S. SILVEHTH All 4 SONS,
Diamond Experts,
790 Cbapel street.
To-Day,
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Chapel, cor. State st,
mi
FALL
Win'
In ten days we sold 278 of our new all-
worsied
Clay Diagonal Suits
AT $10.00.
THis week we offer two duplicate lots of
Cutaway Frocks and Sacks at the same price,
Sitxoo. Colors black and dark blue.
To create more interest in our Boys' De
partment we shall sell
'ong pants, sizes 30 to 34, to ht boys 14 to 19
years of age, made from the same handsome
Clay Diagonals, at $9.00 per suit. If saving
is making money, here's a chance for you to
coin it. vj ' ' . '
The Men's are regular $18.00 suits and the
Boys' regular '$15.00 suits, and they are the
most fashionable and popular suits worn to
day. Buy a Clay Diagonal this week, if you
want a bargain that is
C. E. L0NGLEY & CO.,
101, 103 and 105 Church Street,
.1
WE OFFER FOR SEPTEMBER :
-PLOVER,
SHOT OJf OUR SHORE.
Squabs, Native and Philadelphia.
Chicken Grouse from Chloago.
' EXAMINE OUR STOCKS OF
MEATS AND VEGETABLES.
350 mi 352 STATE STREET.
District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court,)
8entemoersrth.l'4. f
ESTATE of CHARLES T. HEMINGWAY
lato of East Haven, in ssld district, de-
Th'Court of Probate for the district of
New Haven hath limited and allowed six
months from the date hereof Tor the creditors
of said estate to exhibit their claims for set
tlement. Those who negleot to present their
aceo)ints,.properly attested, within said time
will be debarred a recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make
Immediate payment to . .
.TOUNS. HEMINGWAY,
L. H. BATES,
s96 Sdlwl Administrators.
BUILDING IilNES.
THE Committee on Building; Unes will
meet in Koom 10 and U City Hall on Fri
day, Septemner 8H, at 8 o'elock p. m., for the
purpose of oonsldcrinnthe-foUowlns; matters:
p. titinn nf Rnnrln DM. and others f or the
.establishment of a buHdlhsr -line on Grand
avonue. north side, Between onwe street ana
Mill rim r.'..
Petition of James Holt and Others for the
establishment of a building line on Gilbert
street, southeast side. Between nowara ave-
mm ttnri flHnr Btrnnl-. ' . v
i All persons Interested in any of the f oreoo
lng are hereby notllled to be present ana be
neara inereon witnout runner nutiue.
Per order HENBY FARBELfc
Chairman.
Attest: EDWARD i. B i HEKT,
- e28t Assistant City Clerk,
I
COMPRESSED AIR
Carpet Cleaning Works.
WILL LAM F. XWAJ?F CO ,'
Proprietors, v
106 Court St., Ntw Haven, Ct
Work done at short notloe. , ' MI
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Hart o
BARGAINS
lie Reapers?
ioo large Boys' Suits,
a bargain.
HAVEN, OONN.
F W. SHILLITTO,
PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANT
AND
Public Record Searcher.
Room 48, Hoadley Building,
glDly. ' New Havtn.
Crackers
Biscuits -1
Some 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.
vAy New varieties arriving
, constantly.
000
Edw. E. Hail &
LOOKOUT
. . , , . FOR THE
Deadly Trolley!
Wet weather is coming and there is
, ' , danger for you,
Mr. Motorman.
. Avoid It by using one of our
BTTRA BDBBEB GOATS.
Guaranteed Waterproof and Durable.
Everything in Rubber at the
Veru Bicycle and ftubbhr
Store,
; " -: 158 Orange Street. r ,
.French Peas 1 to. i
j No duty price.
iiYpbrted Sardiies . 6d.f
4.
nU UU.J piiuu. . ;
I pounds of Motile. .
SpjuiiasorlUlstnilBo, ' J
19 Granulated Sugar $1.00. "
R. W.MILLS, .
8S2 STATE STREET.
SpencenMatihews &Ca
OILS,
pAINTjSf.
CHEMICALS.
241 State Street 243
JiEW HAYEN.CT.
H. F. BL0GG& BR0.,,
Cash or Credit
HOME FURNISHERS,
699 Chapel strest, New Haven, Conn.
FULL LIN'E OP
Folding Beds, Parlor Kuruiture, Carpets,
Oilcloths, Beds, Baby Carriages,
Mattresses, Parlor and
Cook Stoves,
Character is Credit.
Store open t a. m. to 6:30 p. m Saturday
and Monday evening to 9.
Tale ii!
. If you need anything
in the way of
Room Furnishings,
Don't fail to give us a call.
Wo cm furnish your room
in tlit) most luxurious man
ner or just enough for
comfort.
A FULL LINE OF
Desks, Bookcase-?,
Revolving Chairs,
Reclining Chairs,
Chiffoniers, Art Squares,
Rugs, Iron Bedsteads,
Booking Cabinets,
Student Lamps,
Cuspidores, etc
Complete Housefurnisher,
755 to 763 Chapel Street.
Open every evening.
9
DENTISTRY.
G. H. GIDNEY,
797 Chapel st.,
North side,
(I doors below Oransro. ,
Dentistry in all its branches. Prices t he low
set, consistent with Hint-class work.
naaf 1? 11 all - fnn
SAT OUR POPULAR LOW PRICES. 'Wv
Sales of Men's and Young Men's All Wool Fall Suits at
$8.50, 10.00, $ 1 2.00, $ 1 5.00, are daily multiplying.
FALL OVERCOATS have been marked from $3.00 to
$5.00 less than early Spring quotations. ,
Our Fall and Winter stock is now complete in all depart
ments. "No trouble to show it."
85 CHURCH ST.
OWE!
TETSOM
ADAILY REMINDER.
ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT,
HOWE & 8TETSON. ,
You of course want "The
best for Ihe Money."
This point is ever in our
mind, and our endeavor is
"To give the best for the
Money.'
Your attention to our rich
assortment of Fine Novelty
Dress Goods at $1.00 a yd.
It comprises the choicest
products of Foreign and Do
mestic Loms in the many
shades of Covert Cloth, Vig
oreaux, Jacquards and a mul
titude of figured novelties
widths vary from 40 inches
to" 50 inches. This line is
without its equal in the state.
That is, the price sells
them. Here are some of that
sort
An extra fine All-Linen
Bleached Napkin, with I very
choice designs a quality
that, would be a credit to any
counter at $1.75, but for cer
tain reasons we offer them al
$1.59 ' a dozen.
Shipment of that wonderful
25c. Turkey Red Damask is
ready for you. Remember
colors absolutely fast, designs
excellent, width 58 inches,
and the price very low, 25c. a
yardT -
of. . : Ladie s' 1 Night Gowns
They're-extra full size and
length, and have tucked and
ruffled neck and sleeves also
V shaped neck; sizes," 14, 15,
16, 17, and 18 '50c each.
HOWE & STETSON,
The People's Dry Goods Store.
OOOOOOOO
8 FILL H.TS.
f A Full Line of the Newest ft,
Vl I Styles at
OThe Burgess Fur & Hat CoX)
. 751 Chapel BtrMt. j J
Sole Agents for Knox, New f N
O T Q)
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