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EWIIAY.E2f 2X0KSISG JOUJE&L j!2sD COUEIEB, TUESDAY, JUXE 27, 1M5
DAILY NEWS of the HOWE & STETSON STORES
These shies open daily at 8:30 A M, close at 5:30 P. M 5afaay 8:30 A. M.. 10 PM
End-of-fndnth Day S
L ,.,Anothef day of selling on Tuesday featured by special one-day prices in
ten different departments.
. Unusual bargains in all of these for the reason that we are bound to meet
the estimates made up at the first of the month.
We ask your careful consideration of every one of these items they're fully
one-third lower than we could sell them at if we were not forcing results.
End-of-month Special End-of-month Special End-of-month Special
in Venise Laces in Dinner Sets n Women's Hose
Venise Lace Bands American Porcelain A I Jt of women's fine
straight, irregular and Sets, 102 pieces, includ- black lace, lisle Hose em
separable; white, cream ing soup tureen. Gold broidered' in red, blue
and Arabian. Also sleeve traced handles, floral dec- pink and white silk. 50c
lace in white and cream, orations fine patterns, value we make them
Regularly 25c to 50c yd $11.50 value jU3t half-price for Tuesday,
Tuesday's price, yd Tuesday's price, $8,00 25C Pair
End-of-month Special End-of-month Special End-of-month Special
Men's Neckwear in Ribbons in Silk Coats
Your choice of any 650 yards of fine black A lot of attractive Silk
$1.00 four-irt-hand Tie in all-silk Taffetta Ribbon, Coats, jacket and blouse
our big stock-the stock inches wide, and ac- styes. Handsome tail-
Jslarge and lUew this toally Vorth 9c yard gJoSwU,
Tuesday's price, 50C T"Vpn'ce. 2iiCyd Tuesday's price, $997
End-of-month Special End-of-month Special End-of-month Special
in Oxfords Children's Dresses Hose Supporters
For women, misses Two, three and four-
as&children. Shown in year sizes-all m Russian Pad Front Hose Sup-
bfeok vici kid, tan vici style. White ; linens, fan- porters, in pink, blue,
kid, patent, leather, and cy madras, colored linens, black and white. Three
white canvas. Regular gmghams and chambray. styles of web. Our reg-
value75cto $1.50- Regularly $1.25 to $1.75 nlar 50c supporters -
Tuesday's price, t$f$Q pair Tuesday's price, Tuesday 's price 28C
End-of-month Specials in White Lawn
' A fine quality Persian Lawn, 32 inches wide, for summer waists and dresses, qv, r va
Our regular, Inequality Tues day's price, . . . . ... . "'S t'a
Closing out .bur Camera Store
25 Discount on Cameras and Supplies
New plans and improvements on our main floor compel us to close out the
Camera Department. - We . make the move reluctantly the Camera Store has
always been a paying one for the store and a very convenient one for our patrons.
But the good of the whole store : necessita&aa the contemplated changes and the
A Big Discount on everything iii the Dept.
(except a few price-restricted lines,) will be given for the balance of the month.
It's a ereat.chance for vou a chance that doesn't come twice in a life-time to buv
cameras, films, platesr cards, etc. , at a saving of one-fourth.
V Stock up for the summer and come on Tuesday when the stock is full and
the choosing easy. No more goods will be bought when lines are exhausted.
FLAGS for the Glorious Fourth
"Fling out, fling out, tilth cheer an J shout, to all the winds Our Country's fQaaner,
v Be every bar and toery star displayed in full and glorious manner."
Standard Wool Bunting Flags all sizes from 2x3 to 9x15 feet.
YALE FLAGS of wool bunting tKSSs2S5i:l!2ai!8S-;
761-775
CbapeiS&reet
IN THE GRADUATE SCHOOL
iTHJS tIST Of UNIVERSITY I'JEX
' LOWSHIPS
Announced by Ynle Iat Evening Also
" the Lint of Scholarship Also List
' of Fellowship to Yale Graduate
' Only and of Sheffield Graduate Fel-
- lOTTIlhlp
: ' ' University Fellowships.
Economics, Social Science and History.
Conrad A. Peterson, B. A. Augustana
college 1901, M. A. Yale university
1903, Arlington, N. J.
Lester W. Zartman, B. A. Univsrsity
- of Illinois 1903, Champaign, 111.
Biblical literature 'and Semitic Lan
guages. Morltz Brauft, B. A. Brown university,
. 1904, Providence, Bj.' I.
Classics.
'Austin M. Harmon, B. A. Williams
i college 1902, Brockport, N. T.
(Maud Thompson, M. A. Wellesley col-
lege 1902, New York city.
Kalph H. Tukey, B. A. Bates collegj
1898. M. A. Harvard university 1901,
Windham Center, Maine.
English Literature and Other Modern
Languages.
Willard H. Durham, B. A. Yale uni
' verslty 1904, Holland Patent, N. Y.
(Porter fellowship:)
Axel E. Vestling, B. A. Bethany col-
fc-ge 1902, B. A. Yale university 1903,
'' Ludington, Mich.
Carrie. I. Woodrow, B. A. College of
1 Emporia 1903, Emporia, Kans.
Natural and Physical Science.
Julius W. Eggleston, B. S. Amherst
college 1898, M. A. Harvard universi
ty 1901, Colden, Col.
Gerald F. Loughlln, B. S. Massachu
setts : Institute of Technology 1903,
THE HOWE & STETSON CO.
Boston, Mass. (Robinson fellow
ship.) ... ' i
Elmer V. McCollum, M. A. University
of . Kansas 1904, ; Lawrence, Kan.
(Henry Bi Loomls Fellowship in
Chemistry.)
Samuel J. Plimpton, Bh. D., Yale uni
versity 1905, Hartford, Conn. (Loo
mis fellowship in physics.)
T. Saiki, M. D., Okayama Medical col-
lege 1898, Tokyo, Japan.
Mathematics.
Evert M. Clark, B- A., Yale university
1905, Lancaster, Ohio.
Gustaf E. Wahlin, B. A. Bethany col
lege 1903, McPherson, Kan.
UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS.
" 'Philosophy.
Frank C. Becker, B. A. Wesleyan uni
versity 1905, Middletown, Conn.
Charles B. McMullen, M. A. Princeton
university 1901, Tarklo, Mo.
Oscar E. Maurer, B. A. Beloit, Wis.
Frederick L Selzer, B. A. Northwestern
university 1903, M. A. Yale university
1904, Walker, Iowa. ,
Economics, Social Science and History.
Luther Anderson, B. A. Bethany col
reg8s4899, M. A. Yale university 1904,
Lindshorg, Kan. .
John Bauer, B. A. Doane college 1904,
Crete, "Neb.
David W. BrandJlle. B. A. Augusta
na college 1899, M. A. University of
Minnesota 1902, Portland, Conn.
Robert C. Chaddock, B. A. University
of Wooster 1900, Wooster, Ohio.
Alba M. Edwards, B. A. University of
Oklahoma 1903. Norman, Okla.
Robert H. Hamilton, B. A. Baylor uni
versity. 1899, Corpus Christi, Texas.
Arthur F. Hertell. B. A. Doane college.
1899, M. A. Yale university 1904, Falls
Village, Conn.
Alfred L. Morgan, B. A. Oberlin col
lege 1900, Wilton, Conn.
George W. Parker, B. A. Brown uni
versity 1899, M. A. Darury college
1905, Springfield, M6.
Suyckichi Nakagawa, Tokyo Semmon
Gakko 1899, Tokyo, Japan. J
ales
761-775
Chapel Street
Frank W. Pitman, Ph- B. Yale univer
sity 1904, New Haven, Conn.
Frederick W. Roman, B. A. National
Norman university 1899, B. A Yale
university 1902, Sidney, Ohio.
William D. Rorer, B. A. Tale universi
ty 1891, New Haven, Conn.
Ichinosukl Suzuki, Kelogljiku universi
ty 1903. Tokyo, Japan.
Wayne Swartz, B. A. University of
Wooster 1900, Wooster, Ohio.
Arthur H. Taylor, B. A. Acadia uni
versity 1903, B. A. Yale university
1905, Kentviile, Nova Scotia.
H-srman J. Thorstenberg. B. A. Betha
ny college 1902, M. A. Yale university
1904, Assaria, Kan,
Edward C. Weyman, B. A. University
of New Brunswick 1902. B. A. Har
vard university 1903, Apohagui, N, B.
Leonard A. Peck, B. A. Yale universi
ty 1900, Philadelphia, Pa.
Harold R. Sampson, B. A. Westminster
college 1902, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Laura R. Seguine, B. A. Columbia uni
versity 1903, Rqsebank, N. Y.
Guy A. Simmons, M. A. DePauw uni
versity 1902, Greeneville, Miss.
Allan E. Taylor, M. A. Trinity univer
sity 1903, Toronto, Can.
English and Other Modern Languages.
Maxwell Qtoter, B. A. Ken yon college
1904, Akron, Ohio. ,
Raymond T. Hill, B. A. Yale universi
ty 1904, Branford, Conn.
George B. Hotchkiss, B. A. Yale uni
versity 1905, Naugatuck, Conn
Robert T. Kerlin, M. A. Central col
lege 1890, Warrensburg, Mo.
James C. Llndberg, B. A. Doane col
lege 1899, M. A. University of Ne
braska 1905, Lincoln, Neb.
Myron J. Luch, M. A.' Lehigh universi
ty 1903, Bethany, Pa
Henry T: Moore, M. A. University of
Missouri 1903, Carrollton, Mo.
Oscar e: Staaf. B. A. Bethany college
1900, M. A. Yale university 1902, New
Haven, Conn. . .,
George B. Tennant, M. A. Yale univer
sity 1904, Bridgeport, Conn.
Aaron Wittsteln, B. A. Tale university
1904, Bridgeport. Conn
Natural and Physical Science.
Fred C. Aye'r, B. S. Upper Iowa uni
versity 1902, SpringSeld, South Dako
ta. Welcome W. Bender, B. A. Rutgers
college 1905. Elizabeth, N. J.
Ralph Q. Brooks, B. S. Rhode Island
State college 1899, Leicester, Mass
Ralph L. Engle, B, A. Lebanon Valley
college 1905, Palmyra, Pa.
William R. Flint, B. A- Tale universi
ty 1S98, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Ruth S. Harvey, B- A. University of
Cincinnati 1905, Bond Hill, Cincinna
ti, Ohio.
Fred H. Heath, M. S. New Hampshire
State college 1905, Durham, N. H.
John J. Higglns, B. A. Tale university
1899, New Haven, Conn.
Robert T. Hlnton, M. A. Georgetown
college 1899, B. A, Tale university?
1900, Paris, Ky.
Charles W. Miller, Ph. B. University
of North Carolina 1905, Sutherland,
N. C.
Philip H. Mitchell, Ph. B. Tale univer-.
slty, South Britain, Conn.
Howard D. Newton, B. S. Boston uni
versity 1904, Interlaken, Mass.
J. Holder. B. S., National Nor
mal university 1898, Lacrosse, Fla.
UNIVERSITT FELLOWSHIPS.
(Awarded to Graduates of Tale College
Only.)
Soldiers' Memorial Fellowship, Sidney
Norton Deane, Northfield, N. T
class of 1902, classics. ,
Eldrigde Fellowships,-Avard Longteyt
Bishop, Lawrencetown, N. S., class
of 1903, economics; Stewart Lea Mins,
Durham, N. C, class of 1904, history.
Douglas fellowship, Clarence Whittle
sey Mendell, Roxbury, Mass., class of
1904, classics.
Silllman fellowship, Albert Hileman,
Franktown, Pa., class of 1903, chem
istry. Scott-Hurtt fellowships, Theodore
Harding Boggs,; Wolfville, N. S-,
; class of 1905, social science; William
Allen Drushell, Lebanon, Ohio, class
of 1905, chemistry; Frederick Erastus
Pierce, South Britain, Conn, class of
of 1904, English.
Sloane fellowship, John Milton Miller,
Bridgeport, Conn., class of 1904, phys
ics. Foote fellowships, Edward Herbsrt
Cameron, 120 Tork street, c:ass of
1903, philosophy; Alfred Kelster
Mills, Annvllle, Pa., class of 1905, his
tory; Menter Bradley Terrill, Pots
town. Pa., class of 1903, economics,
Lamed fellowships, Julius Hall Par
meie;N New Haven, Conn., class of
1904, social science'; George- E. Wood
bine, Harding, Mass., class of 1903,
history; Harry Clinton. Tork, Leban
on, Conn., class of 1905, Biblican lite
rature and Semitic languages. .'
Macy fellowship, Wilmot Haines.
Thompson, Jr., New Haven, Conn-,
class of 1898, classics. -Cuyler
fellowship, Carl Frederick
Francis Schulz, Corona, N. T., class
of 1901, German,1; ' .
Clark Scholar, Raymond Henry Whlte,.
New Haven, Copn.,. class of 1905,
classics.
COLLEGE FELLOWS.
Harry Brown VanDeventer, Elizabeth,.
N. J., class of 1903, Latin.
Cyrus French Wicker,. New Tork city,
class of 1905, socJa, science. ,
SHEFFIELD GRADUATE SCHOL-
, ARSHIPS.
(Awarded to Graduates of the Sheffield
Scientific School, Class of 1905,
Only.)
Henry Franklin, Brown, New Haven,
Conn.
Worthtngtori Frothingham Chapman,
New Tork city
Charles Edward Fasser.JNew Haven,
Conn. .
Herbert Vincent Olds, Hartford, Conn.
William Klein Simpson, New Haven,
Conn."
Earle Tappan Stannard, Chlttenango,
N- T.
NOT AN EVIDENCE OF AGE
Wrinkles are not an "evidence of age,
they are simply signs of the -starving
pores of the skin, which proper nourish
ment will prevent and eradicate. Paxto
Skin Food will cleanse the clogged
pores, feed the skin tissues, prevent and
remove wrinkles, and make the com
plexion clear, fresh and youthful.
There is nothing "Just as good,"
therefore, don't be fooled by accepting
cold cream for a skin food. It may be
cheaper but it won't do the work. If
your druggist does not keep It send 60c
to The R. Paxtqn Co., Boston, Mass.,
and get a iarge jar, postpaid.
PLEASANT SURPRISE PARTT.
Miss Minnie Phillips of 7 Williams
street was given a surprise party by
some of her friends and schoolmates
last Friday evening. The time was
passed with much enjoyment. Games,
pmno and vocal selections and graph-
ophone selections helped towards the
evening's pleasure. Among those who
participated were the Misses Minnie
Phillips, Sabina Houde, Florence
O Breen, Leonle . Guoin, Mary Klrby,
Ida Moore, Bessie Ledwith, Margarlte
Egan and John Wilson, James Foley,
David Brenner, William Birmingham,
Timothy Wilson, Augus Krall and Ray
mond O'Connell. Piano selections were
rendered by the Misses Mary Kirby, Ida
Moore and Leoni Guoin.
What Shall We Have For Dessert?
This Is an Important dally question.
Let us answer it to-day. Try Jell-O
America's most popular dessert. Re
ceived Highest Award, Gold Medal.
World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904. Every
thing In the package; add boiling wa
ter and set to cool. Flavors:. Lemon
Orange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Choc
olate, and Cherry. Order a package of
each from your grocer to-day. ioo.
Bring Your
Prescription
TO VS.
It will be compounded exactly af
your physician wishes. Only the
BEST quality drugs Used. LOW
EST PRICES in the city for all pre
scriptions. ONE trial will prove
what we say.
CITY HALL' "PHARMACY,
"
E9 Church Street, New Haven ,Conn. -
LATEST FAIR HAYEN NEWS
SCHOOLS TO CLOSE THIS XOOy
FOB THE SVH3IER.
Exerchiei In Graaala Hall Ytday
Interesting frogramme Given Rev.
G. I. Burronshs to Come to St. Jinn'
Church Graduation at St. FrancU
School To-day Personal Item of
Interest.
The local schools will close for the
summer this noon. Testerday afternoon
the pupils of rooms 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and
17, with their teachers. Miss Griswold
MJss Storer, Miss Bristol, Miss Smith,
and Mrs. Newbrook, assembled in Gran
niss hall at Strong school, where an
interesting programme was rendered by
the children. The hall was prettily dec
orated. The programme was as follows:
Song "America" ................ School.
Recitation "Kitty" Margaret Gertsch
Recitation "Topsy furvey World"..
Helen Embler.
Piano solo "Little Drum Major"....
Ethel Frost.
Recitation "The Masterpiece"
Isabel Griffiths.
Recitation "Dorothy's Must n'ts"
Rose Girken.
Song "Over the Sea"... Glee Club
Recitation "Somebody Did"
Madeline 'Coyne.
Recitation "The Heroic Deed"
Bessie Howard,
Piano solo "Summer Rain"'
Nora Markham.
Recitation by Sidney Hall.
Recitation "My Uncle Charley"...... .
Ellis Weaver.
Song "My Own United States"
School.
Recitation "Aunt Tabitha"
Addie Jacobson.
(Continued oh Seventh Page.)
fn a Finch, Vtie Allen' Foot Eaue .
Ladies can wear shoes one six. maii
er after using Allen's Foot Ease, a
powder to be shaken into the shoes. It
makes tight or new- shoes feel eddy;
gives instant relief to corns and ban
ions. It's the greatest comfort discov
ery of the age. Cures and prevents
swdolen feet, blisters, callous and soro
spots. It is a certain cure for sweat
ing, hot, aching feet. At all druggists
and shoe stores, 25 cents. Don't accept
any substitute. Trial package FREE
bv mail. Address Allen S. Oltnstead.
Le Roy. N. Y.
Mtovisious, Sec
A Gall From
The Ovens.
GOOD THINGS AT' THE DELICAT
ESSEN COUNTER ALREADY
COOKED. '
Corned Beef. Sliced .............. 30c. Ib
Roast Beef. Sliced. ....... ..35c.' lb
Pressed porn Beef 16c. lb
Spare Rib .........i.i. 25c. Ib
Boiled Ham ... .........30c lb
Baked Beans 6c. Ib
FISH.
Beardsky's Sealed Boneless Herring,
10 in pkg., . small and delicate, 5c pkg.
- Small, not boneless. Smoked Herring,
6c. doz. :
Large Bloater Herring, smoked, 2c.
; Diamond Wedge Cod, 55c, box.
Tid Bit Cod, not a bone, 3 lb box,
28c. , j
Gorton's Fish Cakes. 13c.
Spring Chicken Cod, 10c.
Smoked Halibut, 20c. lb.
S. S. ADAMS,
Con State and Court Streets.
. WW Howard Ate.. 144 Uueette BU
V43 Grand Are., 5468 Davenport Ate.
M Howard Are.; T Sfaeltou Are,
1S6 Lloid at.
HART MARKET GO.
The daintiest Spring Meat of the Sea
eon Is '
Fresh Killed Connecticut
Spring Lamb.
with Mint and Greeri Peas. Try ours.
Fresh Fowls and Very
Choice Chickens,
SWEET BREADS AND CALVES'
LIVERS.
FRESH ASPARAGUS, the large choke
variety.
180 TEMPLE STREET
Spring Broiling
Chickens
Are now at their best.
Those that are fond of broiling chick
ens should eat them now.
(Their Prime Season is on.)
We carefully dress and split them, ex
posing the wrtebae with attention.
Roasting Chickens
Weighing between 4 and 6 pounds
apiece. With truth the best chickens
i in the city.
Spring Lamb
' None but the best native dressed,
Much chsaper in price. All cuts,
quarters and chops carefully prepared.
WETTER BROTHERS,
43 GroTe Street. Cot. Orange attev
Russia Calf Oxfords
The Ideal Summer Shoe
Russia Calf Oxfords certainly make the
Ideal Summer Shoe.
clothes, cool, easy to
way appropiate for the
Men s S1.98, 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 5.00, 5.50
Women's $1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50 4.00
. 5-oo - . : ,
Misses and Children's $1.00, 1.35, 1.75,
2.06 . . .
Boys and Youth's $1.35, 1,75, 2.00, 3.00
- . tfrfr V
ONLY GOOD SHOES.
" - -.. I. V.-S ; . ' ' ' ' 1' "
The New Haven
Shoe Co..
842 AND 84 6 CHAPEL STREET.
500 Ripe Watermelons.
They Cut Ripe
Large Klpe Watermelons. 35c. and 40c. each. A fine dessert this hot
weather. .
Lemons
Only a few days more at 12c' per
them. ,
Fresh Killed Fowl
Fresh Killed Toung Fowl, 18c. per Ib., full dressed "
New Potatoes
Vfry fancy Early Rose, 25c. per pk., 90c. per bushel; Chillies' 20c. per
peck. . v. -. ' ' i ;
Ripe Pineapples .
10c. each, 3 tor 25c. - -
Native Strawberries
Very nice and cheap; California Oranges, 25c, 30c. and 35c. per doz
Our Vegetable List x
Include finest native Peas, Wax and Green String Beans, Cucumbers; '
Ripe Tomatoes, Lettuce and Radish, all at very low prices.
D. M. WELCH & SON,
Fair Haven Congress Ave. West Haven
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ACT QUICKLY.
BUY BACON CHEAP
We take Erie Sliced Bacon, made- by the
Beech-Nut Co.. and fix a price that should has-
ten people to lay in a summer supply,
. ERIE BRAND BACON
Large Jars J5 cts.'
This price while the lot lasts. Whether
two days finishes it, depends upon the alertness
of people to take advantage of the offer. In air
tight jars, and indispensible to a complete Sum
mer Larder.
BOSTON GROCERY CO.,
crepel and Templo Streets. Eranch store. 1231, cnapol streS.
Phono 533. "... 'Ph0n 427-12,
'John Alden' Flour
'John AWen' Flour
There are many brands of good "oread
flour on the market, but there is but
one that can be truthfully called the
best. That one is "John Alden." The
mill where this brand is made is one of
the largest and best- !n the country, and
our contract for "John Alden" calls for
flour that will grade higher than any
other to be had. We are instructed by
the maker to sive a barrel of "John A I.
den" free to anyone showing a flour
Wflien win graae as cign.
Price per bare $3.00. One-eighth
barrel, $1.08.
THE R. H. NESBIT CO.
49 Elm St., cor Church.
BHiw X7a umiuwnon AVE.
, .. rarplioae 2V4.
Look well with light
take care of, in every.
season.
i
doz.. which is less than we can buv
WHY BAKE?
Material Is high. .We can do the JOB
cheaper and not impair the quality, v
OUR home-made Wheat, Rye and
Entire Wheat Bread has the quality
and flavor, our Parker House ana Fin
ger Rolls are the genuine.
BRIGGS CAKE needs no recommend
DRAKE'S POUND CAKE, 6 kinds, is
the one genuine pound cake. It etandj
for QUALITY always.
... .' v ; ' - '
THE PEOPLE SAT SO-When you
drink 'Nichols' IDEAL Java and Mocha
you drink the best blended Coffee on thi
market.
E. E. Nichols,
, Selepbeae S7
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