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NEW HAVJLN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY. AUGUST 1 8, '190?
THE HOWE & STETSON STORES Our Annual August Sale of Blankets Started this morning, and this first day has been a big suc cess. There is good reason for it too, because the values are truly exceptional for instance, here1 is a soft, white wool blanket, -11-4 size, for 2.75, worth 3.50; a good one, same size, a bit better quality, that should sell for 5.00, the sale jprice ol which is 4.00. To California blankets, of extra jfiue white wool, one worth 6.50 for 5.00, the other a softer, ,finer blanket, you'd pay 7.00 for. it anywhere; 5.50 will buy it here, now. -r . Then here are many others ; 12-4 blankets, of extra good "quality soft white wool, value 8.00 Sale price 6.60 1 1-4 white wool blankets,' red and blue borders, value, a. 75 -1 i .Sale prktt 2.19 1 1-4 blankets, white wool, extra igood quality, red or blue borders, value 3.25. :;... : : Sale price 2.50 1 1-4 fine white wool blankets, p-ed, blue or pink borders, good !valueat4.39. Sale price 3.8S 11-4 California blankets, made jof white wooln pink or blue borders Value 5.50. . ; " Sale price 4.S9 1 1-4 white wool California blank ets, extra fine wool, blue, pink, ted or yellow borders, value 7.75. Sale price 6.08 1 1-4 blankets, made of .a good grade of wool, blue, pink or red borders, value 4.75. ' , , Sale price 3.75 We are showing some advance styles in AUTUMN WALK ING SUITS, the new long coats and slightly flaring skirts, in Scotch mixtures and men's suitings. Very handsome gar talents, and serviceable as well. The New flanicure rAnd Hair Dressing Parlors are ready for use, and are the finest in town. We have: always prided ourselves on the absolute cleanli- Eiess and up-to-date work done in his department, and with the en-, larged and improved facilities just completed, you will find them very' attractive we think'. Try the Vibrassage, when you are tired from shopping, it's re freshing and restful. HIBERNIANS' BIG- TIME. Officials of the various divisions of the 'Ancient Order of Hibernians of this city have completed arrangements for groing to Hartford to-morrow to partici pate in the1 state convention of the or der. "Divisions 1, 2, 8, 5 and 9 will meet at Washington hall on Grand avenue at 7:30 a. mi The A. O. TJ. W. band, the new American band and three drum corps have been engaged to furnish mu. sio for these divisions. They ,. will march up Grand avenue to Elm street, to the green, where they will be joined by divisions 7 and 8.- These two latter organizations will assemble at the Sa cred Heart hall at 7:30 a. m. and will march to the green to the music of a double drum corps. . The assembled divisions will hold a phort street parade. A police escort will be furnished by Superintendent TWrlnn. The procession will move out of the north gate of the green down Elm street to State Street, to Chapel, to Church street, to Meadow street to the railroad station. The officers say that fully a thousand members of the order will be in llne.V The new Haven divisions and the marshals and bands will be formed as follows: 1 ' Chief Marshal Edward J. Sheehan, aides, John H. Cain, William F. Dwyer. Division No. 1, A. O. U. W. band, mar shal. Sergeant M. J. Connelley; Divi sion, No. 2, Second regiment drum corps, marshal, John Garrity; assistant mar shals, J, J. O'Dohnell, P. Qulnn, John Flynn and Thomas Ahem; Division No. 8, Bunnell's drum corps; Division No. 5, New American band, marshal, Thomas Lawery; Division No. 7, F. T. Lee's drum corps, marshal, John J. McQuee ,ney; Division No. 8, Sullivan's drum band, marshal, Thomas Harkins; Divi sion. No. 9, Norton's drum corps, "mar shal, D. J. Money. Alderman i McGuInness and B. E. Lynch are two of the grand marshals' deputies and will aid in the big Hart ford parade. The' Rev. Fathers Rus sell and Kennedy and Mayor Studley will go to Hartford as the kuests of the New Haven divisions. A special train will be provided for the divisions and their guests. It will be made 'tip of thirteen ears and two thousand - tickets have been issued. Some of the members have prepared a large cloth"; sign, thirty feet Jong, in scribed New Haven A. O. H. This will be placed on the side of one of the spec ial trains. The Ladies' Auxiliary, Nos. 12 and 16, iw!lj. be represented in the parade in Hartford. A delegation of sixteen from each of these two divisions will meet at the railroad station in this city and will . They Work While Yon Sleep 1 Every reader will recognize, the title as the famous catch-line of Cascarets, Candy Cathartic, familiar to every household. 'Work while you sleep" was the motto of Major H. L. Kramer, the man who made Cascarets famous, before he recorded his wonderful success with this wonderful medicine.- They say that Mai. Kramer succeed ed by Incessant work pluck, not luck and that he not only worked while others slept, but worked while he slept himself. Now he lets newspaper advertising work while he sleeps. .. . 10-4. white wool blankets, red. or blue borders, value 2.00. Sale price 1.69 ' 10- blankets of fine finalitv wool, pink or blue borders, value 3-5- Sale price 2.76 10-4 California blanket fine quality wool, red, I blue or pink borders, value 5 50. .v Sale price 4.25 ro-4. California blankets, white. soft wool. tink. blue or red bor. ders, value 4. 50. - - bale price S.oa ri -4 five pound grey blankets. value '1.69. bale price l.ZS 1 1-4 srrev wool blankets, Dink or blue borders, value 3.50. bale price K.Q9 1 1-4 grey wool blankets, fine vitality, pink or blue borders, value 4.00. Sale price 8.00 The Bostonia Pompadour Has made itself very popular; if, we may judge from the number we have sold and are selling, right along. This comb allows a circu- . lation of air, which keeps the hair dry and prevents headache; is cool and light, makes a stylish pompa dour. Two sizes; two colors. go to Hartford on the special train. They will ride in the parade in a large float. The ladies will be dressed in white and will wear green sashes. Each will represent one of the thirty two counties of -Ireland and - wilt carry small Irish and American flags. In the comer of each float will be a large Irisb flag representing the four provinces of Ireland. ' The ladles who will represent the aux iliaries are as follows: Camp, 12, A. O. H. Mha. J. J. Timey, Mrs. J. Carroll, Mrs. M. J. Connally, Mrs. T. - White, Mrs. D. Lawler, Mrs. Phelps, Mrs. Guchln, Nellie Burke, Ma mie Kane, MMIss Curtin, Miss Rey nolds, Mamie Mooney, Mrs. Maley, Nel lie Molloy. i Auxiliary No. 16-r-Mrs. J. C. Morrlsey, Mrs. M. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Levincure, Mrs. M. Dunn, Mrs. J. Green, Mrs. Car penter, Mrs. M. Paine, Miss C. Shea, Miss KInnere, Miss Margaret McCabe, Miss . Mammle Condon, Miss Lizzie Ring, Miss P. McMahon, Miss Nellie Tehane. The following are the chief marshals and their aides for the New Haven di visions: -.. Chief Marshal Edward J. Sheehan, president city board;- aids, John H. Cain, William F. pwyer. Division Na. 1, A. O. U. W, band, marshal. Sergeant M. J. Connelly; Di vision No. 2, Second Regiment Drum corps, marshal, John J. GInty. Division No. 5, New American Iband, marshal, Thomas Lowery. Division No. 7, F. T. Lee's Drum Corps, marchal, John J. McQueenel. Division No. 8, Sullivan's Drum corps, marshal, Thomas Harkins. Division No. 9, Morton's Drum corps, marshal, D. P. Meaney. MRS. ELIZABETH TtJTTLB. Mrs. Elizabeth Tuttle, widow of John P. Tuttle, who during his lifetime -was identified with the New Haven Savings bank, died at her . home, 120 Howe street, at 6 o'clock yesterday morning. Mrs. Tuttle had- been ill for several weeks. She had been a resident of this city all her life, and was in her eighty fourth year..- She was well known and highly respected. She leaves a son, William P. Tuttle, New Haven's assistant postmaster, and a daughter, the wife of Dr. Lewis, a retired and prominent Brooklyn physi cian. The funeral will be held Wed nesday at 8 p. m.-from her late resi dence. Rev. Mr. Scoville of Trinity P. E. church will officiate. Interment in Evergreen cemetery. MR, LACEY DEAD. Identified With Fairfield Town Affairs for Many Years. Bridgeport, Aug. 17. Michael B. Lacey, school committeeman in Fair field, died at his home in Plattsville at 9 o'clock this morning. Deceased was in his seventy-first year and leaves a widow and son, Charles. Mr. Lacey was ex-representative to the general as sembly and an ex-selectman. - - IN AED ABOUT THE COURTS FA3IOVS "BOS" VEAL CASE TAKES SEW COMPLEXION. Important Decision by CtoUt Jastlce Torraoc of Saprciaa Coart M'm Bradley Again Baoomas Kotortona Salt to RceaTar Property Otb.tr Legal Itena. In tbe supreme court opinion handed down yesterday by Chief Justice Tor- ranee in the case of the state vs. Nus- senholtz,.in which a new trial was granted the chief justfee says that a man is not obliged to answer the ques tion as to whether or not be has ever before been arrested. This case was appealed from the common pleas court by the defendant, Attorney J. B. TJllman being attorney for Nussenholtz. The assignment re lating to the rulings are based on these facts: "According to the opinion the defendant became a witness in his own behalf and upon his cross examination. was asked if he had ever before been arrested. To this question he objected but the court ordered him to answer It and thereupon he did so. saying: 'I was not arrested. I was not guilty.' "We think the trial court erred in this and that the error was harmful to the defendant. y "Under these circumstances we think that the action of the court in admit ting this evidence coupled with its or der striking out the claim of innocence entitles the defendant to a new trial. The accused was found guilty by a Jury of selling "bob" veal. ,He denied his guilt and his attorney produced ev idence in support of an alibi. . The case has attracted a great deal of interest among members of the New Haven county bar. DEFENDANT IS BAREBACK RIDER Stamford. Aug. 17. It was learned here to-day that Miss Alice Bradley, who is named In the suit for $50,000 damages for the alienation of a hus band's affections, is a bareback rider and chariot driver In a circus which has been showing the last week in Long Island towns. . 1 , ., For several weeks Miss Bradley and Charles E. Quintard have been miss ing and there was some wonder among their acquaintances as . to where they might be. They ' were recognized a few days ago by some Stamford .people who went to the circus when it played In a Long Island town. SUIT TO RECOVER PROPERTY. Suit has been brought by Attorney George E. Beers in behalf df Daniel W. Sheehan and wife against William Rey- J nolds, John Costello, . Maria , Shanley Costeilo, John J. Healy, .Dorinda w. Healy, Bernard F. Shanley and John J. Healy, administrator of the estate of Peter V, Reynolds, to recover prop erty located in Myrtle street and Ham ilton, street, fronting 85 feet in Myrtle street and 87 1-2 feet on Hamilton street This property was transferred to Mr. and -Mrs. Sheehan by Mr. Rey nolds by ft quit claim deed dated June 2 of this year. It is now held by the administrator of the estate for the heirs and suit is brought to recover it. MRS. BRADLEY'S ESTATE. The inventory of the estate of Mary W. Beardsley, widow of Rev. Bronson B.- Beardsley, was filed In the probate court in Bridgeport yesterday by the appraisers, Charles H. Wolfe and Jo seph P. Coughlin, The estate inven tories J162.127.03, tf which 9,100 is in realty. THAT INJUNCTION CASE. Fred S. Snow, one of the -prominent members of the Union Veterans' Union association, who was enjoined by Judge Dow Saturday from paying out moneys of the association to anybody till the tangled affairs of the association are straightened put, who denied yesterday that any attempt, was being made at present to dissolve the injunction. Mr. Snow said that his side of the story would be told in full when the hearing on the injunction takes place before Judge Dow, August 31, . , ' CLAIMS U25 DAMAGES. Robert L. Brewer has brought : suit against John F, Wynne, claiming $125 damages. Property in Emerson street has been attached. CITY COURT CASES. Judgment was suspended in the case of injury to private property against W. E. O'Connor in the city court yes terday. Joseph Maresca, eight years old, and Angelo Fernino will be tried a.atfeek from yesterday for stealing ,pipes from one 'of the English houses in Wooster street William Pendergast was convicted of being a common drunkard and sent to jail for sixty days. Cases of breach of peace against John Hannon, Vincent Klelno, Alexan der Kludensky, Thomas Kamey,: Tony Gudevitz and Michael Zatorsky went! over until to-day. . A case of obstructing the sidewalk in George street against Samuel Hillman Was continued until August 24. Gaetano Dattolo was fined $5 and costs of $11,680 for criminal driving. PnrnetfK Vnntltfl U!vtrftof ' ham nnfUvpfl criticism. It is the finest and pnrest vnnllla extract that can be bonght. Once tried al ways used. It Cures Colds, CBnefts, Bore Thront, Cronp, Influ enza, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis and Asthma. A certain cure for Consumption ia lint stages, and a sure relief in adranccd stages. IJse at once. You will see the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Sold by dealers everywhere. .Large bottles 25 cents and so ecnti -, ..... . ? ASfO C0RM SYRUP ia a new. dplirinna r .7 7 -t 77-' ..aeucacy maae iram corn, tie food value of the train Iwintr rofeaituul fin Griddle r.-ilcpa relish and piquancy the poorest appetite. tfcgM f 1 ..vuuv than any other syrup. Sold in airtight, friction-top itins which keep its goodness good. CORN Tfin Great xVnread au urocers . CORN PRODUCTS ' NewVarkindChloajo. LOCAL FIXAXCIAI KOTtS, New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad stock has advanced fractional iy to 197. with very small demand. Edison . Electric of Boston1 is quoted from 236 to 238. ... Southern New England Telephone rights expired on. Saturday. They closed with 'a nominal quotation of 6, having varied but little since they were issued; the stock sold at 136. - Swift & Company, which sold at par last week, closed at 105. t Rights to subscribe to the new stock of the National Bank of Commerce In New York city are quoted about $20. Holders can subscribe at $140 for one new share for each four shares held. . Consolidated Gas Company of , New York city rights accrue August 27 and expire September 9. They have a nomi nal quotation of 2 to 2 1-4, assignments to be delivered when due. There is considerable amount of the stock held. in this city. , The clearings and balances of : the New Haven banks for the week ending August 15, and for the corresponding week of last year, are furnished by days: " 1903. Balances. Clearings 1902. Aug. 10, $291,282 14 $ 47.C98 12 $232,109 93 Aug. 11, 429.767 63 122.670 43 254.278 17 Aug. 12, 318 503 63 83,029 98 252.011 60 Aug. 13, 100.617 62 81,641 00 217.598 30 Aug. 14, 276,855 87 62,884 19 281.529 97 Aug. 15, 266,553 33 51,217 91 212,827 39 $1,875,580 22 $-149,147 63 $1,450,355 38 Increase clearings week of 1902, $425,- 194.80. 1 Balances week of 1902, $319,131.27.. Difference In balances, $130,016.38. Clearings week of 1901, $1,422,444.11. Clearings week of 1900, $1,379,910.23. Dividends soon due are: . Amalgamated Copper, 1-2 per cent., payable August 31; books closed July 23. American Cereal. 3 per cent., payable" August 31; books close August 21. Baltimore & Ohio preferred, , 2 per cent., payable September 1; books closed August 15. Baltimore & Ohio' common, 2 per cent, payable September 1; books closed August 15. - Boston & Maine preferred, 3 per cent, payable September 1; books closed Au gust J3, , Brooklyn Union Gas, S per cent; pay able September 1; books closed August 15. ' ... Sutterlck, 1 per cent., payable . Sep tember 1; -books close August 20. Canadian Pacific, 3 per cent, payable October 6. Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis, 2 per cent; payable September 1: books closed August 1. Chicago. St. Paul, Minneapolis- & Omaha, S per cent, payable August 20; books closed July 31. Chicago Great- Western preferred A, 2' 1-2 per cent., payable August 31; books closed August 14. Consolidated Gas, 2 per cent, payable September 16; books close August 2i. Delaware & Hudson, 1 3-4 per cent. payable September 15; books close Au. gust 26. Diamond Match, 2 1-2 per cent., pay able September 12; books close August 29. ' ' Erie 1st preferred, 1 1-4 per cent; pay- able August 21; books closed August , General Chemical, 1-4 per cent., pay- oble Septernber 1; Illinois Central, 3 per cent, payable September 1; books closed July 31. National Biscuit, 1 per cent., payable October 15; books closed September 29. National Biscuit preferred, 1 3-4 per cent, payable August 81; books closed August 17. Norfolk & Western preferred, 2 per cent, payable August 21; bookes closed August 7. North American, 1 per cent., payable September 1; books closed August 2. People's Gas, 1 1-2 per cent, payable August 25; books closed August 14. Pressed Steel Car, 1 1-4' per cent, payable August 26; books closed Au gust 5. ' Reading 1st preferred, payable Sep- temter 10. St: Louis & San Francisco 2d pre ferred, 2 per cent., payablej September 1; books closed August 17. Union Pacific, 2 per cent, payable Oc tober 1; books close September 1. Union Pacific preferred, 2 per cent, payable October 1; books close Septem ber 1. "', United States Steel; 1 per cent, ' paya ble September 30; books close Septem ber. ' .' -v ' Uriited" States Steel preferred,.. 18-4 per cent, payable August 15; books closed July 21. ; j Pratt & Whitney preferred, 1 i-2'per cent, payable August 15; books closed August 8. ' -; , Rubber Goods preferred, 1 3-4 per cent.,' payable. September 15; books close September 4. " " nntrifuma kM. nf all ma Ve if that will sharpen Karo Corn Syrup SYRUP fc Tin tin &ortA A.aVaaBBBeaaa2Iaaevn a. ' .e&.CBW.!n . CO. FUNERAL OF -WILLIAM R. FRIS- BIE. The funeral services over the remains of William R, Frisbie of ' Bridgeport, formerly of New Haven, were very largely attended Sunday aftrenoon at 3 o'clock from his residence, 363 Kossuth street, Bridgeport The large assem blage gave eloquent testimony to the high esteem in which the deceased was held by his many-friends. ,.:tt,was a striking and notable funeral in all re spects. The .gift of flowers were beau tiful and the attendance of the Masons and other organizations of which he was a member gave it a peculiar inter est. The services i. were attended by Hamilton commandery. Knights Tern plar, who turned out in a body with fully ranks and headed by; the Wheeler & Wilson band. St. John's lodge, F. & A. .M., also attended and ; there , were delegations from the Odd Fellows and the Red Men, both of which societies the1 deceased was an active and popular member. . , . -, - Rev. Allen Beaman. of the Fairfield Episcopal church conducted the ser vices at the house and Prelate Hugh Stirling officiated for the. Masonic fra ternity at Lakeview cemetery, where In terment took place. , Mr.- Frisbie was one of the members of the 48 association and had been ac tive In its doings. .He had been one of its officers. Among the floral offerings was one from that body.- The bearers were from Hamilton commandery and were all pats commanders. They wore: Sir Knights John Johnson, C. A. Ger dlnier. T. 1$. Beecher, George H. John son, Orland Smith and II. H. Pyle. v RESTORED CHILD TO LIFE. Essex, Ont, Aug...- 17. Dr. James Brlen, an old practitioner of this place, says -he was successful on Thursday last by means of electricity in restoring life to a child which had apparently been born dead, after all old methods had failed. Mat Orer-Wlie. '.- - There Is an old allegorical picture of a girl scared at a grasshopper, but in the act of heedlessly - treading1 on a snake. This is paralleled : by the man who spends a large sum of money build ing a cyclone cellar, but neglects to pro vide his family with a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a safeguard against bowel complaints, whose victims outnumber those of the cyclone a hundred to one, This remedy is everywhere . recognised as tha moBt prompt and reliable medi cine in use for these diseases. For sale by all druggists. . Corns Cured. ' We will guarantee to remove any hard or soft corn, without pain, in three or four days. SAFE AND SURE "Crosby's Corn Remover" Never Fails. 15c Phg. City Hall Pharmacy Co. 150 CH0BCH STREET, NEW HAVEN, CT. ; COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works, No. 106 Court Street. Garnets called for and delivered. Carpets cleaned and laid, also made over; in fact, everything done in the Carpet line. .All Work satisfactorily and promptly doua. Teiepaone can, ia-ja-z. uive us a can. mylO WM, F. KNAPP A CO. SPECIAL! We have a car of Quar tered Oak flooring, end matched. Also a car of rift Southern Pine, just ar rived, that we will make special price for in any quan tity to suit purchaser. THE ELM CITY LUMBER ; COMPANY. wiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii Dogs Don't Go Mad Dogs that are fed upon "Spratt's Pog Cakes" don't go mad. ' It puts them in proper condition and keeps them so. It is used by leading Kennel Owner, the world over. . ' ' No cooking, no trouble, no mess, Dog Food the cheapest and the best 25 and 40 cents in boxes. Decreasing proportionate cost on larger bagged lots. Handlers of all thafs best in Family Groceries and Provisions. , BOSTON GROCERY CO., Chapel and Temple Streets, . Thonei 945. ........................... D. RL WELCH .& SON - - . O 3J IT1 323 JEt Fine Lot Large Red Pineapples, . AT- 12c. EACH; 1.35 PEE DOZ. Choice Yellow Sweet Potatoes : - 6c. QUART; 45c. PECK. Fresh Poultry: , X! Fancy Fresh Killed Spring ChicKen, 21e, LB. FULL DRESSED. 1 ' Fancy Fresh Kilted Fowl, 19c. LB. FULL DRESSED. Bargain in Lemons: , . Bright Messina Lemons, ONLY 12c. DOZ. SPECIAL PRICE BY THE BOX. v . Sweet Summer Oranges, 25c. AXD 33e, DOZEN. WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK: . For 25c. will-sell 6 Babbitt'a Soap and 1 package of 1776 Powder oc . 3 cans Babbitt's Potash and 1 Package 1776 Powder; or 7 Packages 1776 "..' Powder. A good tlmn to stock with the above. '. D. M. Welch & Son, Congress Ave. West Haven. ' Fair Haven. DIVISION NO. 9, A. O. H. Large Meeting Last Night Uniforms , ' Given Out. Division No. 9, A. O. H., held a very large meeting in their hall in the Cour ier building last night. It was announc ed that the division's own drum corps would participate ; in the parade In Hartford on Wednesday and there will be at least one hundred of the mem bers In line. . Uniforms consisting of white caps, canes, gloves and badges were given out" to all members present, and It was arraneed that all those who were pot, in attendance last night will meet ah the' hall In the Courier build ing on Wednesday. morning at 8 o'clock, when they will be presented with their uniform. Beside the announcement of the con clusion of arrangements for Wednesday fourteen , new -members were initiated and eighteen applications for member ship received. - At the conclusion of the business meetine lleht refreshments were served and a general social lime enjoyed. NAVALi MILITIA TO CAMP. Local Tars to ' Go to Niantic- on Sat- - : urday. ' For the first time In several years the three divisions of the Naval Militia will spend their annual week of Camp at Niantic Instead of on- board of some boat of Uncle Sam's navy. ' This is in consequence of the fact that there are no boats how at the disposal of the navy department which they could spare for the use of the amateur tars. The armory - last night was .a very busy place with the paraphernalia of the Jolly tars strewn about in prepara tion for the corning camp. There were canvas hammocks, bags, blankets, pil lows and numerous other articles, all numbered and ready for the various members to pick out and pack up in the smallest parcel possible. The members of the New Haven di vision have orders to report to the state armory on Saturday morning at eight o'clock and be prepared to move to the depot in time to catch the 9:35 train. Mrs. Mollle Allen of South Fork, Ky., says she has prevented attacks of chol era morbus ; by taking Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coming on. Such at tacks are usually caused by indigestion, and these tablets are Just what is need ed to cleanse the stomach and ward off the approaching attack. Attacks of bil ious colic may be prevented In the same way. For sate by all druggists. , 'gxovteioxts, Sec Fine Legs of Lamb, 14c lb. Frankfurters, . ; . 10c lb. Plate Corned Beef, 4c lb. AT THE , Schoenberger Stores. GEORGE STREET. CONGRESS AVENUE. HOWARD AVENUE. 'g&nxktlaxc LEOPOLD BUILDER. FORMERLY INSTRUCTOR, DRESDEN. INSTRUCTION RESUMED SEPT. 15. STUDIO. 63 INSURANCE BUILDING. The Dessauer-Troostwyk SCHOOL OP MUSIC. 18 Cfcatwl Btreat ffaeai and loslrumeatal iDitructloa 8j jam of GurevMB, Conaecwtorlcf. . atf Branch Store. 1231 Chapel StretL 'Phone 464-1?. ...... ............. .rfl . THE STAFF OF LIFE from sheaves of wbeatand rye, mix-' ed, moulded and baked by thorough- ' ly competent bakers, sold at Adams' ' " stores, fresh from the ovens every day. Prices and quality below com- " petition. ... 'i Sandwich Bread, large loaf,... ...... ... 80 Milk Bread, large loaf, ..i....,...w...7c Small -loaf, i... ....i. .. 3C Entire Wheat Bread,..'.....,,......,...; 5o Genuine German Eye, .................. 5c Grandma's Loaf, Pan Bread, Dutch style, 5c Buns; Biscuits, per dox 8a' Raised Loaf Cake, nothing like It any-' . where at the price .................. 10c Angel Cake, 10j Sponge Cake. 10c Delicate Cake, 10c Turkish Squares, 8c Wine Cakes, .........;..,. .....,,,..1 8c Cup Cakes, Crullers, per doz .......... 8g S. S. ADAMS. Cor. Stat a and Court SU. MS Grand Arenue. 258 Davenport At. til Hwd Avenue. 7 SUelton Avenue S75 Ilpwsid Avenue. 148 Rosctt Street, ' Lu tli i THE EPICURES CEREALi Nature's Summer Food.s . . No Cooking. . IT FITS your stomach. 15c per pkg. E. E. Nichols, HART Market Company. MID-SUMMER BULLETIN. You shouid use on your tables' only the very freshest and choicest t Meats, Poultry and Vegetables at this season of the year, s "We deal in the above .articles, 1 fresh melons, peaches and plums, Lima Beans, Egg Plant. A good time to try our excel lent Corned Beef. TELEPHONE. 443. 180 Temple St C. E. HART. Manager.