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,KEW HAVEtf MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. MONDAY, JUNE 2. 1902. Tii bee Months, $1.50; Osn Month, 50 Cents; One Week, 13 Cents, Single Copies, .'IUentj. Monday, June 1902. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS XO-VAY. Amusements Savin Rock. Bargain Day I. .Inlinsmi & Son. Beauty The Mullflt llnrdwiire Co. Book Cases Chamberlain Co. Brownies Hyperion Theater. Bicycle Knees Coliseum Truck. Cutlery The J. K. Bassett & Co. Chamber Hulls Brown it Durham. Decorations The Thompson Khun. Grape-Nuts At Grocers'. Investments C. W. Kcranton Co. Muslin Underwear Chas. .Monson Co, Mother SeiKel's Syrup UriigRlKts'. Muslin Cnilerwear lOdw. Jlalley Co. Mus-n Uuilerwear Howe & Stetson. Ortd TunUs Brooks & Co. Itibbons Gainble-Desinourt Co. Sarsaparilla K. E. Hall & Son. Special Summer Session G. V. Kelsey. Wanted Room Uooin, this olllce. Wanted Situation 710 Grand Avenue. Wanted Cook 52 Court Street. Wuated-GIrl 1305 Chapel Street Page 7 WEATHER RECORD. Washington, D. C, June 1. 1902, 8 p. in. Forecast for Monday and Tuesday For New England: Fair Monday: Tuesdny partly cloudy, probably showers and cooler except in pastern Maine; ircsu songi wiuus. For Eastern New York: Fair Monday; Tuesday showers with cooler weather In the Ulterior; iresn soutu winds. Local Weather Report. New Haven. June 1. 8 n. m, 8 p. m. ilarometer. UU.ol 30.;i Temperature oH flu Wind Dheotlon S S Wind Velocity 6 6 Precipitation u U Weather Clear Clear Mln. Temperature... 48 iiajK. Temperature.. tiS L. M. TARR, Observer. v Brief mention. High water to-day, 7:47 p. m. . Rev. Father Lynch, of the Socjcty of Jesus, came from New York here" Satur day and preached at all the masses at St. Mary's R. C. church. Contracts for the construction of a new office building for the New Haven Water company will probably be let next week, and work on the erection of the new struction will begin soon after. ' The site for the new building Is at 100 104 Crown street, about opposite the Odd Fellows' building. , At the meeting of organization of the "Willimantic and Southbridge Street Railway company the past week Attor ney A. McC. Mathewson, of this city, was elected a director. J. W. Metcalf, of Boston, is a promoter of this project. He owns 450 out of the 500 shares of stock. The road Is capitalized at $50, 000. Mr. Mathewson and C. H. Nichols, of this city, hold stock in the road. Manager Fred Voigt will not refuse one single post entry for to-night's big twenty-five mile "pro" race at the Col iseum bicycle track, as it is his inten tion to start as many of the money chasers as he can get. The fact that "Eddie" Bald, who led the world in fast racing once, will make his first appear ance in several years in this section is likely to prove a great drawing card, as the demand for reserved seats at S. Goodman & Co.'s, 820 Chapel street, and B.eck's drug store, 339 Howard avenue. Indicates. FLAG DAY ON JUNE 14. Flag day will be observed in this city In an appropriate manner by the schools and public citizens. June 14 is the date assigned by congress for the celebration of the adoption by congress . 'of the stars and stripes as the nation's emblem. The Flag day observance is being strongly urged by the American Flag association, with headquarters in New York city, and circulars are being sent tf? the mayor of each American city, to the press, to the officers and members of all patriotic American so cieties, to all school officers and school teachers, and to many private citizens, requesting that Flag day be accorded special attention. BOY ARRESTED FOR THEFT. Truant Officer Healy yesterday after noon arrested Antonio Crisculo, a twelve-year-old Italian boy, on the charge of theft of $10 in money from one Salvatore Caporello. The boy was detained at the Organized Charities yesterday and last night. VISITED OLD FRIENDS. John Japp of Bridgeport spent the last three days in this city renewing old acquaintances. Mr. Japp was for sev eral years on the clerical staff of the Winchester Repeating Arms company and now occupies a similar position With the Bridgeport Brass company. DANBURY VISITORS. Mrs. Deans and Miss Jessie Deans of Danbury are the guests of Alderman George Wallace and Mrs. Wallace of 89 Wolcott street. If the decorations of your home are disappointing and the rooms you live in contain marked incon sistencies, perhaps it is after all only a matter of the right things in the wrong places, and you have been employing labor not well di rected. Perhaps the Carpet man you employed knew carpets, the Paint man knew how to paint, the Drapery man knew about drap eries, but the man who knew how to combine them was missing! To get a harmonious result it may be necessary lor you to employ one, who will consider height, breadth, and light, and who can get har mony without monotony. This has been our special study for thirty years. May we have the pleasure of personally telling you more about this? The Thompson Shop, 68-70 Orange Street. Some (10. of the Remarks this Women's Corset Covers 1 style at 5c 3 styles at 9c 2 " " 12c 4 " " 19c 6 " " 25c 4 " " 39c 6 " " 49c 6 " " 75c 5 " " 99c 4 styles at $1-25 6 " " $1.50 4 " " $1-75 5 " " P-99 3 " " $2-50 3 " " $2-75 3 " ' " $2-99 Others up to $6.75. Children's Skirts. One style at 12 ytz One style at 19c One style at 25c Two styles at 49c Women's Chemise. . 2 styles at 4 4 ' 6 ' 6 " " 3 styles at 3 " " 3 " " 4 " " 25c 49c 75c 99c $1.25 $i-39 $i-59 $175 $1.99 Tt takes a big store to do really big things. This muslin under wear sale is the biggest thing of its kind that has happened in Connecticut. Wish we could tell you tenth of the story-can on ly hint at odd parts. The cheapest sort of night-gown that most of the women who read this would care to wear, would be made from a grade of cambric that costs at retail, seven cents a yard. It would takes four yards, at the very least; that is twentyeight cents for the cambric alone. It would take a day to make it,- even making it very simply, with no ruffling or tucking. How much is the day worth ? A dollar? In this sale we show gowns made from a seven-and-a-half cent cambric, contain ing about four and a half yards of material, daintily ruffled and tucked and carefully. cut and put together we sell it at 25c, that is; We sell it for less than you could buy the cambric. The Corset Cover that we sell at 5c, would cost you 10c for the material alone. And when you get into the higher priced goods, the saving is even more marked. We doubt if you could buy the laces alone on our 75c gowns for that much money unless you happen to get some' Malley lace bargains. In skirts, especially at the higher prices, in drawers and in chemises, the same rule holds true. You cannot buy the materials for our price on the finished gar ments. We have outdone ourselves in value-giving in this sale And you seem to ap preciate it. There are drifts and mountains of whiteness here, but they are melt ing before a sun of popular favor that will show bare counters before many days. Don't be too late. Children'. Gowns. One style at 19c Two styles at 49c Others at 75c and 99c. Children's Drewwers. One good style at 9c 2 styles at 19c Others at 25c, 39c, 49c. WomenV Drawers. 6 styles at 4 " 6 " " 4 3 " " 2 " " 2 " " 1 good style at 2 styles at 4 4 5 2 5 11 99c $1.25 $1.50 $i-75 $1.99 $2.50 $2.99 9c 19c 25c 39c 49c 59c 75c The Semi-Annual Sale of Corsets. This is a sale that is always associated with the Muslin Un derwear movements, and in its way is quite as important. Its values comes through the same logical causea masterful position in the markets. This is the largest Corset Store in the State; that is why it is able to do things that smaller stores cannot do. Prominent among the goods offered are 1000 Pairs New, Clean and Perfect Corsets, in Best Approved Models, at Half Their Fair Retail Value. Some of the leading items are here mentioned; Lot 1. 150 pairs of a Figured and aud Plain Batiste Summer Corsets cut on the new straight-front, "sudden hip" shape. Big value at 50c. Sale price, . 39c Lot 2. 400 pairs of a beantiful white Batiste Corsets, cut on the newest straight-front shape, tab fronts and gored, and all boned throughout with rust proof steels. Sizes 18 to ry 26. Value, at $1.00 Sale price, vV1' Wash Fabrics. Imported Silk Ging hams, regular 50c grades, 8 styles, at 2Sc. Crepe Lawns and Silk Grenadines, 89c to $1.25, quality, 50c. An Unuuad Sale of Art Em broidery Goods. Closing' out of the Harri-Burn-ham-Long Stock. Most of the needleworkers of this vicinity are fa miliar with Art Embroidery store for some years con ducted by Mrs. Harris and Miss Burnham at 123 Church St., this city, in which store they succeeded Mrs. Long. These ladies have determined to close out their business to engage in other enterprises, and made us an offer for their stock on hand which we gladly accepted. The goods are of the highest clsss, were selected with exquisite taste and trained judgmeut, and at their present figures will make a sensation in embroid ery circles. We have secured the services of Mrs. Harris and Miss Jones, whose familiarity with the stock will be undoubtedly of great help to customers. We put the stock on sale Monday morning. It is impossible to mention more than a few items, as ex amples of values offered. Shetland Hossand Ccrmastewc j Picture Frr.rrcs with stamper1. Lot 3 200 pairs of one of the best known makers of corsets; variety of shapes and length, made of the finest coutilles, sateens, etc., all boned with best of steels, all sizes from 18 to 30. Regular values from $1. to Afg $1.50 a pair. Sale price, UJv Lot 4. 250 pairs of a high grade White Batiste Corset, just the corset for hot weather. All French gored; the newest long over hip shape, boned throughout with finest of steels, sizes 18 to 30. A rare chance. Value, $1.50 While they last. 79C Women's Long Skirts. 8 " " 99c 3 " " $1.25 5 " $i-5 3 " " . $i-75 2 styles at ' 25c 2 " " 49c 3 " " 59C 3 " " 75c Women's Gown.. 2 styles astonishing val ues, at 25c. 3 styles at 39c 5 4 " 49c 4 " " 59C 6 " " 75c 10 " ' 99c 5 styles at $1-25 6 " " $1.50 4 " " $i.75 6 " " $1.99 4 " " $2.50 4 " " $2.99 Women's Short Skirts. 1 good style at 19c 2 styles at 25c 3 " " 39C 3 " " 50C 4 " " 75c 2 " " $2.50 4 styles at $1.25 2 " $1.50 3 " " $i.7S 2 " ' $2.00 2 " " $2.25 Yarns, all colors, Sc ykein Corticelli and New London Em broidery Silk 2c jkein. Linen Doylies, 9 and 12 inch, stamped at 5c ea.. Linen Center-nieces, 18 to 27 ins stamped in a variety of exquisite patterns worth 29c to 65c, at 19c linen design, worth 5gC at 25c 359 Pillow Tops, worth 50c each, for 14c each Commenced pieces, large variety, linen alone in these is worth as much as its sale price; total value of piece up to $2. 50. Choose a SCc eact MALlYo- Two Special Offers in Children's and Misses' Reefers. All these are new goods, not more than six weeks from the makers' hands. It is getting late in the season, and we won't carry them over. Lot 1. 55 Garments in all sizes from 6 to 15 yrs. Former prices $4 and $5 each. To be sold at $2.99. Lot 2. 22 Garments, all sizes from 6 to 16 yrs. Former prices were $6.95 to $10. To be sold at U-99- S&Je Specials. Sterling silver Emery Strawbar ries, worth sec, at 15c Battenberg Patterns, all sizes up. to 27 inch Squares, at prices from 3c to 7c. Assorted lot medallion and Bat tenberg Briads, at I-2c a yard Other Battentcrg braids in laf est designs, woith 4c to Sc a yard, at 20c for z dozen yard. 1000 yards mercerized Pillow. Cord, all shades, only 7 yds, to as enstomer at 8 I-2c a ya,rd Finished Pillow, goods size, per fectly, perfectly new, each 81,29. The China for the Summer Home. If you are like the ma jority of summer -home people, who have a sepaj rate outfit for a few months at the shore, you want your china good and pretty, but cheap. Well we have exactly what you want. $4.69 to $12.49 a set, and such china at those prices as you cannot get anywhere this side of New York, and as good as anything you will get there. Toilet Sets; a new lot, $1.20. Lamps, for cottage use, all kinds; a hanging, cen draft lamp ' complete, for gl.98. Roger's & Hamilton's knives and forks. A 1 plate $3.89 a doz. German silver Tea Spoons, look as well as silver, but don't cost like it; 79c doz. An Astonishing' Sale of Silk Waists. , Less than Half Prices on Waists Worth up to $25. This is one of the chances that come once in each year. If you do not seize it as it flies, you must wait another twelve months to get an opportunity like it. We have divided OUR ENTIRE STOCK of Silk Waists into three lots, as follows; 50 Waists, re duced from $3.95 to $7. At $2.99 20 Waists.that were marked $7.95, now .95. 20 Waists that were marked $9.75 to $25,at $7-95- Also An Odd Lot of Skirty in dress and walking lengths, in black, blue and gray, including several velveteen dress skirts; the lowest priced in the lot was marked $5, and from that tfo 00 their prices ranged to $10,50. Choice at W. F. Read's "Lansdowne," 99c a. Yard. Everybody knows Lansdowne, as a fabric that is silkier than silk itself yet one that wears like wool. And every body knows that its price, all over the country is $1.25 a yard. On Monday, however, you may take your choice from a fresh lot of these goods, in all the popular col ors, like light gray, cream, tan, pink, cardinal, light blue, nile green maize, old rose, , helitrope and black At 99C fcw yard. A Bit Warmish -Yes FOR COOL FEET There Is nothing so comfort able as nn Oxford. We have tliem. All leathers. Best styles Boardman, $ 2.00 $2.50 La France, 2.50 3.00 Jenness Miller, 3.00 3.50 Walk-Over, 3-50 Small Prices, on GOOD LOW Shoes. 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. EE. WOVE Church and Crown Sts. A Panama Hat Deal. Long ago our New York etore con summated a dal with a foreign manu facturer of fine Panama Hata to take the balance of his entire production at the season's close. That the advanta ges of this trade arrangement are vast is very apparent. It permits you to secure fine Panama Hats at a price far lower than usual methods allow. The hats we offer are GENUINE PANA MAS. They are In their natural state entirely free from all chemical treat ment so freely indulged in by many makers. Our Panamas are not sulphur treated or filled in with composition to hide any defects. Every hat we sell you is absolutely natural and untreat ed. They don't blacken after a few days. They stay as you see them and require only simple washing to remove, stains. Huts worth $S,00 to $12.00 at $6.80. Hats worth $12.00 to $13.00 at $8.00. Hats worth $18.00 at $10.00. Hats worth $20.00 to $25.00 at $12.00. Mats, Haberdashery and Shoes. Now at 8S4 CHAPEL. STREET. Formerly at 820 Chapel St N. Y. etore, 89 11 Cortlundt Street, SHEAHAN &GR0ARK, Practical Heating Engineers, Practical Plumbers and Gas Fitters Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper Workers, . Galvanized Iron Cornios Manufacturers, 285-287 State Street. Don't Bu y Stale Berries Our Strawberries come to us by Express and are twenty-four hours fresher than those that arrive ly Boat., COO PIXKAPPLKS, all sizes, by the dozen or single one at low prices. ORANGES and LEMONS, 10c per doz. Fancy CALIFORNIA NAVEL and SICILX ORANGES at higher prices. Red and Yellow SPANISH BANANAS. APPLES and PEARS, GRAPE FRUIT. J. B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL STREET CABINET AND HARDWOOD WORK, ALSC SAWING, TURNING EDWARD P. HRliTT, Builder. IS ARTISAN STRBBT. OtoepboM His VISIT BEERS' PHOTO STUDKX 760 CHAPEL ST, Tts Hip largest gallery ol (.'one floor In this city. Always the finest work at the lowest prices. Elcctr'c Photos every evening. 1 if'