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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COTJPJER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2,
I I I h i 1 F ffr j ra' fn of. I levoM ddr. fourth Black and Colored Silks We could print scores of items, but you do not care for catalogues, that's vshy we give prominence to just four lines and ask you to accept them as specimen values of the collec tion. Flannel Taffeta, s Have you seen them ? They are very beau tiful and for waists, etc., are un excelled. The manufacturer claims that they will wash. 24 inch. At $1.00 a yard Black Panne Satin for any use where a high and lustrous fin ished Is wanted, entirely new. 22 inch. At $2.25 a yard Panne Velvets in all the fashion ' able shades, light and dark, Very fashionable for trimmings, etc.,J19 inch. At $2.50 a yard New silk Crepon Brocade Silks . for waists and dresses. Desirable . light colorings. 22 Inch. At $1.25 a yard i ; ooocooooocoo Women's Suitsc Special attractions among these, even before the first frost of autumn. A bargain as strong as any woman cares to see. . At $U,95 eacfwt Homespun and Cheviot Serge tailor-made Suits, cut In latest fall and winter styles, meant for com fort and service. Half dozen shapes to choose from, and fifty and more of the suits. Positively worth $15.00. ' .At$H-95 each COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cletnlng Works, No. (06 Court 8trest. : Carpet called for and delivered. Carpets cleaned and laid, alto mads over In fact, evervthliie rlmm tn th rn.7' .' All work satisfactorily and promptly dona, ffelenhoue call lau-ii. Give us a call! mylO WM. JjTKNAPP Ca A SYMPHONY ionably, Th ev are . , vr. . nnisn. i ney are the standard $3. 5a uon c asK lor your size, ask to be fitted. Sorosis Shoe Parlor. A. B. GREENWOOD, 814 Chapel Street. 111 Charlotte Russe IBS We are now prepared to fill orders for Charlotte Russe in individual cups and in Pint, Quart, 3 Pint and 2 Quart Forms.. These are made of genuine fancy spong cake, filled with pure rich whipped cream in the following flavors : Vanilla, Chocolate and French Prices Individual Cups Pint Forms Quart 3 Pint " i Quart ' jBiUg. .. HO W " ' ' "- - - - . Coming Home from the COUNTRY, SEASHORE or MOUNTAINS, You will want some COKhKF. better than you have been having. We know that a trial will convince you that we sell The Finest Java 7 and Mocha Coffee V mi n in the City, for.. Our BRAZILIAN JAVA is sel dom equalled, never surpassed, for 25 cents a pound. All Coffees fresh roasted and ground to order. You'll pay more and not get as good. 4!l and 413 State Street, HEATING For a self-feeder tve have i a very handsome stove, which gives a lot of heat and burns but little coal. "Just what I wanted" Is what everyone says that uses one, of these stoves. A variety of sizes. The Cylinder Stove contin ues to be popular. They are quick, strong heaters, and very satisfactory , in every way. Prices range from $4.50 tip. Oil Heaters are great money savers, heat your rooms quickly, costs next to nothing to run therm, and saves start ing the furnace for weeks. Terms $1.00 down and $1.00 a week. Brown & Durham, Complete House Furnishers, Grangs and Csihr Streets. CLAIRVOYANT. MART J. WRIGHT, M. D., and elntrvoy. ant, has returned to 2T High street, between Chapel and Crown. Dr. Wright is the bent Known clairvoyant in too orate, years In New Haven; her predictions on health anil Dusiness nuvor tan. uoetor treats all dls eases. Consultation $1.00. Honrs 8 to 1, 2 to 5, and evenings. Class in clairvoyance pmnusrry, mental cmrure, friaay evenings, from September to June. IN LEATHER. f SOROSIS, The New Shoe for Women. Buy a pair for your morniner walks. these Autumn days. You will be fash comfortably, and daintily shod. the Derfection of stvlfi fir nnH t . . - ' ot the world. All styles 50 cts. dozen 40 cts. each 75 cts. Sli.oo 1.25 WM 1 j STATE POMOLOQICAL SOCIETY. Will Hold Its Third Annual Fall Meet ing in Middletown next Thursday and Friday. The Connecticut Pomological society will hold its third annual fall meetlrg and exhibition of fruits at Middletown in the town hall (municipal building) Thursday and Friday, October 4 and 5. The society was organized for the ad vancement of the science of pomology and the development of fruit culture, both for home supply and market. Tho society Invites the cordial co-operation and support of every citizen of Con necticut to aid in the development of quantity and quality of every variety of fruit that may be grown in the state, to the end that the citizens may at all times be nourished and made more cleanly and healthful through the free use of fresh, home-grown fruits. All interested in fruits and fruit growing are invited to attend and IS'lng or send exhibits and compete for tl premiums offered. A liberal premium list is offered, In tending exhibitors should become mem bers ,of the society. The membership fee o'f one dollar secures all privileges of the exhibition and meeting. The officers of the society are: J. II. Merriman, president, New Britain; Ci. S. Butler, ivice president, Cromwell; II. C. C. Miles, secretary, Milford; It. A. Moore, treasurer, Kensington; Orrln Gilbert, chairman of the local commit tee of arrangements; Professor A. d. Gulley Storrs, chairman of the commit tee on exhibits. The programme for the two days 1 as follows: Thursday, October 4 Receiving and .entering exhibits. All exhibits must be entered by noon of the first day. In tending exhibitors are requested to aid the secretary by forwarding tneir ex hibita early, together with a list of the same. The society will pay transport ation charges on fruit sent from a dis tance for exhibition. The same should be sent to the care of tha secretary, town hall. Middletown. ,to arrive on Thursday. Thursday afternoon at 2:30 Address es and discussions on timely topics of interest to all fruit growers. Among those who are expected to be preaen and address the meeting are H. W. Col llngwood, editor of the Iturnl New Yorker. New York; Colonel James Wood of Mt. Cisco, N, Y., president of the Eastern New York Horticultural so ciety; W. F. Allen, the strawberry spe clalist, of Salisbury, Maryland; S. D, (Willard, tha well knqwn fruit grower, of Geneva, N. Y and many otner leaa ing horticulturists. Thursday evening at 7:30 The exhi hitinn will be onera and free to all. The general public Is cordially invited attend. to During the evening his honor the mayor of Middletown will speakv also other prominent citizens, followed by an address by J. H. Hale, ex-president nf the society. Music will be inter- ; spersed. j Friday, October 5, at 9:30 a. m. Judg. ine and awarding premiums. Friday afternoon at 2 Announcement of awards and discussion of successful exhibits, addresses by leading mefibers of the society and other interesting fea tures. ,' ' PEBSOXAZ .TOTTIXGS. Judge end Mrs. Lynde Harrison were nassencers on the Campania of the f'unard line, which arrived in New York on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harrl son are expected in New Haven to day. Charles Page Is at home from the Adirondacks. He is meeting with great success as organist at the Branford Congregational church. Mrs. Willard Smith of Lee, Mass., Is visiting in this city. Rev. Mr. Clarke, wife and son of East Haven have returned from their summer outing in Newtown. Mra John F. Jjong of New York Is the guest of her cousin. F. W. Chatter. Gas Bills Reduced ONE-HALF. We Will Forfeit $1,000 IP WE DO NOT REDUCE YOUR GAS BILL 150 PER CENT. We burn 90 per cent, air and 10 per cent, city gas. COME AND SEE OUR LIOHTS AT 160 Meadow Street. Territorial Rights for Sale. AGENTS WANTED. BURROWS INCANDESCENT GAS LIGHTING CO. MRS of business success is a satisfying assurance that our customers in City and State have learned that here they can get the best which in the end will prove the cheapest. Full size all Brass Bed at $17.00. THE B0WDITCH FURNITURE CO. ton of Townsend avenue. Horace P. Shares, the brick manu facturer, leaves for Ilockledge, Fla., October 10. Miss Lillian Hatch of Sharon has been spending her vacation with Miss Edith Kobbins and the Misses Georgia and Lelia Baldwin of Hotchkiss street. Miss Hatch has made many new friends here and enjoyed exceedingly her vlfit. Mr. and Mis. Robin of East Haven have returned from Mr. Robin's home In New York state. Mr. and Ma-s. Frederick Burton Street and Miss Emetine Grace Street have returned from the Berkshire Mountains. They stopped at the Tuxedo club house in Tolland. Miss Emellne spent Au gust in Litchfield. A WOMAN'S SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the Woman's Church Missionary association will be held to-day at 3 p. m., in Trinity par ish building. Temple etreet. Dr. Baker will make art address and at i o'clock Rev. Mr. Merrill, missionary to the Oneida Indians, wil speak. ASSESSORS' BUSY DAYS. For thirty days, which began yester day, the assessors will receive tax lists at their office In. the city hall. The law requires all lists filed by No vember 1. The Hat must be sworn to before the assessors; Committee on Iluth Houses. The Committee on Bntu Houses will meet In the Aldormnnic chamber. CItv Hull. Thursday, October 4, WOO, nt 8 p. in., when rue petitions or Aluermiin AUllor et ill. for the establishment of free public bath houses will be considered, and nil who ap pear will be hoard thereon. Per order, EDWARD FERTMAX. ('hnlrmun. Attest: JAMES B. MARTIN, o2 3t i Assistant City Clerk. District of New Haveil, 8S. Probate Court, September zTth, lnoo. ESTATE of MARY MOUUlSSEiT, late o New Haven, in said District, deceased. Kate Morrlsscy of New llnven, a creditor having mnde written application praying tnnt administration ot sum estate may do pruntcd, ns by said application on file in this Court more fully appears, it Is ORDERED That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Pro hate to be held at New Haven, in salil Dls trlct, on (lie 4th day of October, 1IIW, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, and that public notice or the pendency or sain application, nnd of the time and place of the hc-arlns thereon, bo given to all parties Interested in said estate, by publlshlns this order three times In a newspaper having a circu. latlou in said District, jly order of Court, 0)i lit ALllliKI F. W1CL,1jKS, UlerK. CEREALS the Summer Months, For Shredded Wheat Biscuits, Granose Biscuit, Granose Flakes, Granola, Granular Rice Flakes, Cerealine and Corn Flakes. These oods nre rend for nse by slmnl pouring on boiled water or milk; require no cooking. . , a ta TEAS and COFFEES The market prices have ad vanced, but owing to a large invoice previous we shall sell our regular grades at the old prices. ), Try our OOLONG, JAPAN, or MIXED TEAS, special quaiiiy, ouc 10. AIbo hleh grades of JAVA and Mneni fOFEE at 25c and upwards. CEREALi cutf iflks, iu varieties to se lect irora. Emits and Vegetables Headquarters for rEACHES, TEARS, PLUMS, GRAPES, APPLES, BANANAS, MELONS and HEIIRIES, CORN, LIMA BEANS, SQUASH, CUCUMHERH, LETTUCE, CELERY. TOMATOES, PARSLEY, WATER CHESS. CABBAGE, and CAULIFLOWER. Parties going to the coun try, mountains or shore, will find a full supply of Canned Meats, Game, Fish or Vege tables at prices and quality to suit all. N. 1 FULLERTIM, Propriator, LEADING GROCER, 926 Ctapol Streafi. Correct Draperies In The Right Place. Ignorance of combina tions and color effects and an inaccurate sense of proportion make even tho choicest Draperies look cheap. Our expe. rience in selecting, adapt, ing and hanging gives to DRAPERIES an elegance and grace always consistent with the money outlay. Ar tistic pair.goods 5 to 18 dollars the pair. Made. . to-order Draperies to fit any space and harmo. nizo with any surround, ings. Charges reasona. ble. Choice Rugs from the Orient. New Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Cloth. 75-81 ORANGE STREET, Opposite Center St. Boston Grocery What's new at Hall's ? Grape Fruit from Jamaica are here 2 for 2 $ cts. First shipment, iherefora a little green, but fairly sona una gooa size. Crackers. We have the old- fashioned hand-made But ter Cracker. 12 cts. lb. They aro solid and substantial and have a lot of substance some think they re tha only really good cracKer tor oysters. Red Currant Jelly, Mrs. J. T. McCready's home-made 1900 packing:, now in. Anew size this season Is the little "Individual" pots or jars, Just enough for one portion. 10 cts. $1.10 dozen. Salt Mackerel. Smallish kits of new, fat, freshly packed j i-isb, this season s catch. If your taste runs to salty food Its hard to better tnera as a DreaKrast dlsli. 8 lbs. in a kit, 95 cts. Sausages are in season again. Little Berkshires, J1 .18 Deerfoot Farm, ''.25 New Edam Cheese. Perfet quality because at this time of tho year we Eer merest run "new grass, ' as tney re called 90 cts. each. j Canton Ginger, fall and winter stock now m. 1 hese special prices for one week only. Whole pots, .6 Half " .37 Quarter " .19 Every jar warranted sound, full and perfect. STORE NEWS. Lamembert cheese is awaiting cooler weather. it will arrive here as soon as the mercury drops. Salted Almonds, first lot of the season in . store October 6th. 381 STATE STREET. M1N1ATURK ALMANAC. OCTOBER 2. Sim Rises. 5:49 I Moon Sets, 11:52 High Water, Sun Sets, 5:38 4:ito MAKING LIST. SOlSS PORT OF NEW HAVEN CLEARED, Sen Express, Culver, N, Y. rich Phoenix, Carlton, N. Y. Sch Nautilus, Mcpherson, N. Y. New London Sblpnlne. New London, October 1, Sailed Sclu'S Hyfna, N. V.; Witch Hitjtel, Prov. for N.Y.; A. Httrton, fitoninulon for N. Y.; tug Coast wise, 2 barges hound enst; returned Joslo It. Hurt and Annie M. Alien. TH 13 ANNUAL MKBTINO Of the Stockholders of The New Haven Tontine Co. will be held at the office of C. S. Thompson. Hoadloy iiulldlnK, Thurs- dity, Ootober 4th, 11KM), at three o'clock p.m AUCTION SALE. 141 ORANGH. Tuesday 10 a. m.. 2:30 n. m. f ine goons; j'urnittire, carpets, Sriu Whoil f'hnli- etc Toilet ifl 1tn II 11 MAt'.r.nriV Aiflnn... ' FOB SALR, TWO-FAMIIY honse on Orchard street, between Cuapcl and Oeorie. Inouire A. bk n iHtat, o2 I f 23 Congress avenue. I OU BALK, RENT, or exchange, House 109 Bailer St. JOSEPH I . douglabb, Douglass Safe Co., tin mkauuw nr. sai atp FOIi KENT, SALE or exchange, House 109 BAILEY STREET. 829 3tp IlE.LY'S KKNfS. IN Charter oak, T4B state street, one sec. ond Uoor. seven rooms, stesm heat, jani tor service; 110 iirauiey street, Brat floor, five rooms, steam heat; 108 Bradley St., second floor, seven rooms; 10HV6 Bradley street, double house, seven rooms each; 740 State street, three rooms; 6-t James street, urst noor, seven rooms; SJ10 Clin ton avenue, single house, 6 rooms, flue lot; Ml (irnnd avenue, Brick factory. KS0 tf JOHN E. HEALY, T47 State St. Attention ! Something iVew 1IAKUWOOI) FINISHING. Wood, marble, hath rub nm.Mt.ift . cleaned, retlnlshed aud restored to original color. VnrniHU, paint, enamels, stains, oil j removed with little expense and without I ouuursive ouors. ijoors ana flood's a gpe flttlty. The preparation docs not injure in me iL-nai. ufist. reierenoes. 11. MJtrKB, 2ai4 Silver Street. Jiew Haven, Conn District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, ESTATE of SALLIE C. W1CKES, late of lkw uuvcu, iu saia uistrict, deceased. Tne I'onrt or frotinte for th DlntrlM nf new nuvru uma iimitea ana appointed six muuiuH Hum 1 Lie urtLe uereoi tor tne credit ors 01 saia aeceasea to Srlng In their claims against said estate. Those who neg. lect . to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All m-rvm, iirt.,i,.. ed to suld estate are requested to mafee itn. meaiute payment to WILLIAM S. PARDEE, o2 3t Aduilulstrator c. t- a. Cominitleo on Railroads and Bridges. The Committee on Railroads and Bridges win meet in uooins 11 auu ju, city Hull Thursday, October -i, li)00, at 8 p. in., when' the coinmunk'atlous of His Honor the -Mayor, tne Director or t'unnc works, and of htirton Mansrlpld, in reference to a tn n vv oiiiij;i; iivrr me Wfsi(ri3 arm Or Mill river at ianu avenue, win ne considered and all who uppear will be heard thereon l'er order, MCUOLAS P. CORCORAN, ' i nairman. Attest: JAMES B. MARTIN, o2 3t- AssiBtaufClty, Clerk. ileal Estate. 254 Winthrop Ave. The lower rent of six rooms, having all im provements, and situated near Chapel St. The price is reasonable for so good a rent. Call for " Rent Slips " giving full description of this and other good rents, it It I BOH KENT, TWO nice tenements. Apply at 28 Ed wards street. Jy2B tf M. R. EN3COB. , FOR RENT, . FIVE rooms, $13.00 per month.' ;; v. a. ual,jjvvip. Assussors- unice. s28 tf or 82 Edgewood avenue. For Sale, One-farnily brick house, with or without barh, 220 Orchard street, near Chapel etreet. Modern and desirable. JOHNC. PUNDERFORD, 119 CHURCH STREET. $2,500 Wanted On A No. 1 DtooertT In Woodmont. worth I twice the amount, desirable location over looking the sound, at o per cent, pel an- num. inquire or Mcrwin's Real Estate OffiDJ, 746 CHAPEL STREET. FOR SALE, . A nice two-fnmll; bouse 10.00. ' with Barn ori Orchard street, $3,8 George F. HswcMnb, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS, Room 322, Exchange Bdpr., eor. Chapel and Church street, jNew liaven, conn. FOR RENT, '. TRUMBULL STREET, ) Nos. CO and 62. 1' ,To be put in flrst-claas condition. CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chape! Street. TO LET. FIRST-CLASS OFFICES IN THB Washington Building, JUST COMPLETED, Corner of Church and Crown streets. Apply to EDWARD M. CLARK. aul 89 CHURCH STREET. RENTS. A larire list of rents in the beet residen tial parts or tne city. money to loan on rent estate. open evenings. W. D. JUDSON, 868 CHAPEL STREET, Room 3. For Sale in West ffayen, JUST THB PLACE SO MANY ARB LOOK. Seven-room house; bath, furnace, range, r.nt 88 hv 140 feet. Exceedingly attractive' and desirable loca tll.. Uniy fo,uw; very easy terms. Fredrique : R. Lewis, Morning at 852 Obapel street, City, Afternoona at 82 CenterT street, West Hi aveo FOR SALE, A one-family home. In excellent order, situated on Howe atreaf, (between Chapel strcpt and Edeewood avenue.) well rented and making gooa returns, This Is an excellent opportunity for any one looking for a good paying investment. Money to Loan in Sams tn Suit. L. G. HOADLBT, Boom 2, HOADLEY BUILDING, 49 CHURCH STREET. Office open Evenings. FRED ERIC BROWN WELLS Heal Estate Broker, Room 27 Benedict Building, 83 Church Street. For Sale, Fine house and lot on Pros pect street at about two-thirds the valuation. Two Family House, Scranton Street, Q&lants. One cent a word for each insertion; five cents a word for a full week, sve times. WANT II D, A COMPETENT cook and laundress; refer ences required. Inquire nt 83 TltUMBCLL ST., 03 ltp afternoon or evening. WANTED, BOARD and room by a refined young lady in a private finally; price moderate. o2 ltp Address A. B., this oillce. WANTED. BY competent youus? Swedish mna as coachman; city reference. Address 2eod Btp COACHMAN, this offlco. . WANTED, A COMPETENT girl for general house work; reference required. Inquire at , 2 ll-P li!S HOWARD AVE. SITUATION by competent girl for general housework; best Of reference. Call at 2 J-tP 1U0 WALL ST. WANTED, " " A STRONG girl for general housework: must thoroughly understand cooking. o2 2tp Apply nt No. 17 VERNON ST. WANTED, SITUATION by capable woman to do gen eral housework ; good reference. Inquire at , 2 ltp 21 GROVE ST. WANTED, WASHING, Ironing of cleaning by the day: respectable woman; references. , ' . MRS. SERRES, 02 2tp 253 Hamilton Street. WANTED, SITUATION to do plain cooking or kitchen work. Inquire at 02 2tp 18 BRADLEI ST. WANTisn. ,. ' A COMPETENT srlrl for eeneral house j 2 ltp 103 LIVINGSTON ST. 111 1 I V f 'H .Trcnfnm, WANTED. j:i SITUATION by an experienced girl fof ' cooking and light laundry work; good ref erence. Enquire . 02 ltp 164 FRANKLIN ST. wantbd! ." '. A COMPETENT srenoral hoiisewiwlr wim for two ill family; gobd wages given, Cull between 2 and 4 p. m. at o2 Tip 10 LYNWOOP ST. ' WAXTHin. LADY student In Graduate School of Yal uuivermry wisnes room and boarding lu refined Christian family where' there are no other guests; good tattle especially de sired. Would pay $10 to $15 per week. Address O. BOX 028, -3tP , New Haven; WANTRO. BY a competent German woman. Intinrira work by the day. Address ol 2tp b. P., this office, t' v VTirri " - CORBET, Boners, also glr'lS accustomerl ta" 1 nana needle work. BTROUSE, ADLER & CO., r)0 Court street s28 tf WANTED. 1 nTnnm 1 DMi'oweara ana oerman servants r nd ll AA..afl , 1 . . , au4 tf .umu ucrc. u.mpiojmenr Asrener. N. SLEEMaN. 776 Chapel it WANTItn. BILL clerk, young man about 18 year old. With ATnorlonna i 826 Kg ' DRAWER g, Clty WANTinn T t. A COMPETENT slrl work; Swede or German preferred. 825 7tP 82 ADMIRAL ST. WAlVTmn ENCEDEsaffifE milUnery. S.'0 ytp IS and 19 Church street. MRS. M. N. BABB, 8ELBCT EMPLOYMENT OFFtrn 126 COURT STREET, (near OranaeV ' BofboemPee0tfeaworS.tl0naI,t'e8" " Housekeepers, nurses, etc., may hem h. S..o03 wona !n city and country, wi. U 7?' experience we endenvn, t. neat justly by all. at4 tf MRS. S. A. GLADWIN'S Eninlovmanf A 102 ORANGH STREHT. lfn,lfh room 4-5. Heartnimr4a , tions: 10 rears' iirViVi:;f.:"Iv"" 'l"'' hands, porters: .IrlV tor nS.' 3 waitresses, gardeners, coachmen. n.T m-8' ifw?dos' ,aud otns,rs needing sltua tions. should annlv. an thr... ..,.i. ' ? perior help can be furni had "ai T the aVT, offlce. German and English spoken. Iva WANTBn. . BEST help for any kind ef wnrfr -1. ways be secured here,- with our lens? ea tflbliShed and largest buslnesS iS'tht State. We can guarantee satisfaction. We have move nnrl Mt. rrl V" found elsewhere. We know, and hnr. AtZ carded, most Of the useless class; every b?o knovra that this Is the most rellablt H m rat bihtb. ft. MliEEMAN, Em. ployment Agency. 7TB CHAPEL ST. tt A FURNISHED TtOoM WITH hoard for gent and wife, or lad ana wire, or lady. 130S CHAPEL Patent Stove Brick last longest, K. B. MALLOKY, AUCTIONEER and Appraise 141 Oran Eonsebold sale a apeolalty. )ya tt Patent Stove Brick Bake Best. ELECTRICAL HASSAOnB CURES Rheumatlsmt prevent Nervona Prostration; gives tone to system. MISS E. E. LEE KB, 113 Asylnai street) st srradi. ate or v. 1: a. FOR SALE 1,000 set Patent Stove Brleki every set warranted one rem. Ordara ra. ceived 708 STATE STREET. Patent Stove Brick are Cheapest. REMOVAL SAIiB. ARTICLES too numerous to ment'oa. sal) atp uuuuijaaa aAirtu tsTuag. Patent Stove Brick fit any stove. ELASTIC STOCKINGS, KHEE CiPS, ANKLETS, and ABDOM INAL SUPPORtEBS. As manufacturers we furnish only fresh goods of the best material, silk or cotton, and made in any desired style, r f mm art rn La L. HHUIIUUI1II UV 3 a 1 al 1. 1 ni n 1 m 1 14 inurcnana oi iionisr airaflis.