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OTW MOENma JOURNAL AOT CpURIEE, MOKDAY JATTAUT 22; 1906.
5 STEINERTOSEt RECITAL. J J&siW Www I I R SALE OF BLACK NA l& ' a it 3 I t ' I ft; . 1 V I ft . I 50c lot 69c Na Kau black waterproof Habutai 27 incheiv wide. 58c for 75c Na, Kau black waterproof Habtrtai B7 Inches wide. 69c for 85c Na Kau black waterproof Habutai s 27 inches wide. IMPORTANT. For the benefit of dressmakers and others who desire to purchase ti large quantites we quote special prices on fifty yard pieces. M 39c for 50c white Habutai 23 inches very special Sc for $1.10 white Habutai 27 inches wide. 50c for 69c white Habutai 27 inches suitable for 08c for $1.25 white Habutai 27 inches wide. dresses, , undergarments, children's dresses. 9gc for $1.25 white Habutai 36 inches wide. Per 50-yard bolt, $22-25- Remarkable value. fl-lQ for $1.38 white Habutai 27 inches wide. 65c for 79c white Habutai 27 Inches excellent Jgc tor $1.25 white Shanghai nothing mad that quality. will wear better for dresses, waists, etc.j also 75c or white Habutai 27 inches wide very 1 for undergarments. A silk that will be very , special ,. popular this season. The New Ginghams Raphael Tuck & Sons DAVID and JOHN ANDERSON'S FAMOUS MAKE. THE MOST WELCOME, ARTISTIC AND UP- TO-DATE This famous make of Dress Ginghams, from the . . world renowned mills of David & John Anderson, The Designing, Printing, Quality of Board and Glasgow, Scotland. Made from the finest yarns, all Materials employed in the production of Tuck's fast dye and excellent printing. This year's col- Post Cards are of the best only. They are recol lection of designs are tne finest and most beauti- nized as the Leading Post Cards all over the World, ful , that ever left the shores of b'onnie Scotland, Large variety of New1 Haven views and other Amer Small designs for children, and tha rich plaids for lean cities, as well a every city and place of Interest dresses and waists. . Price 45c yard In the Old Wor)4 Price, 3c each, or 4 for 5c le (gosoisdi? (p- Tfe (asf op Extra Special Prices on Pariof Tables. $20.00 Mahogany Table, 13.50 Mahogany Table, 8.50 Oak Table -5.00 Imitation Mahogany Table 50 MORE EQUALLY AS GOOD. ttttTt The Bowditch Furniture Co. '100-102-104-106 Orange St. , LATEST FAIR HAVEN XEWS. The last meeting of the Charity Whist club was held Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. C. Mauzy, 337 Blateh ley av iue. Next Wednesday evening the garnering will be held at the home of Mrs. A. Burns, 175 James street Rev. Charles G. Smith, of the Grand Avenue Baptist church, preached In ex change with Rev. Clifton K. Flanders, of the Howard Avenue Baptist church, yesterday morning. The subject of Mr. Flanders' discourse was "One More Op portunity." At the Grand Avenue Congregational church yesterday the pastor, Rev. Dr. Sneath, preached ' in the morning on "The Problem of Job," and in the even ing the subject was "Jeptha's Daugh ter, or Willing Sacrifice."- The Ladies' Aid society is planning a novel affair for Wednesday evening in the chapel of the Grand Avenue Bap tist church. It is termed "A Feast of Seven Colors" and is to be a supper for which fifteen cents will be charged. There will be some unique surroundings and a large patronage is expected. The Y. P. S. C. E. of the local church es will be represented at the meeting of the New Haven ' Christian Endeavor union to be held atDwight Place chufch Thurseday evening. The two weeks of extra meetings at the East Pearl Street M. E. church have proved so profitable that it has be'en decided to continue the services tc-morrow, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings. E. M. Seeley and family, of Blateh l&y avenue, left Thursday for Newton viile, Mass., where there will make their home. $he making of gas from eof t coal in WHITE HABUTAI and KAU WATERPROOF SILK Everybody concedes that . white silks will enjoy their greatest reign of popularity the coming season, and among white silks "habatai"' will" ba the general favorite. Have secured 5,000 yards of fine white habtitai silks at less than cost to the manufacturer and shall place them on the counters Monday, at 39c, and upward per yard. The black silks are the celebrated Na Kau waterproof a silk made in Japan and dyed and finished in Lyons, France by a secret process which makes it absolutely waterproof The mention of the name Na Kau in connection with the low, est price at which it was ever sold is all that is needed to throng this section. $14.50 10,00 5.75 3.50 the new plant of the New Haven Gas Light company on East Chapel street , will begin this week. For about two and a half years the building of this plant has been watched with interest by people passing on East Chapel street and now the works are practically com pleted. Two of the structures particu larly attract the attention of the pass erbythe gas holder, 160 feet high and holding over 2,000,000 feet of gas, and the coal storage building, 340x100 feet, built of steel, with a capacity for 20,000 tons of coal. Vessels are unloaded of coal by means of a grabber holding two tons, and is hoisted into cars which convey the coal to various parts of the storage house. The big retort house and purifying house are also located on the East Chapel street side Four of the new express cars have arrived anf. are being equipped. When they are ready to run they will be stor ed at the barnjm Ferry street, below Chapel, formerly used by the old New Haven Street railway. The running of these cars on the suburban electric lines will prove a convenient method of transportation for general freight and express matter. Miss Ida Palmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmer, of Qulnnipiao avenue, is ill from pneumonia. The minstrel performance given by Fort Hale lodge, New England Order of Protection, netted $60 for the treasury of the lodge. ' WOMAN'S SINGLE TAX CLUB. Che New Haven Woman's Single Tax club will hold a meeting to-night at Mrs. William Truoman's, 409 Sdgewood avenue. These meetings' are open to the public Wop? UI- 85c for $1.00 Na Kau black waterproof Habutai A 27 inches wide.. J 9Sc for $1.25 Na Kau black waterproof Habutai M 27 inches wide. 3 $1-25 for $1.50 Na Kau black waterproof Habutai 27 inches wide. f Xew Stenmer tlna Rough Maiden Trip. New York, Jan. 21. The new cargo steamer Ardgowan arrived in port last night direct from the builder's yard at Port Glasgow, Scotland. She had heavy westerly gales and high head seas, which boarded the steamer and swept her decks. Several of the crew were se verely injured. One had several ribs broken and another an arm. The Ard gowan will load for Australia and New Zealand. Caracas Shocked by EnrthqnnKe. Caracas, Friday, Jan. 19, via Trini dad, Jan. 21 An earthquake was felt yesterday afternoon at Cumana, in tha state of Bermudez. Tnere was no dam age. CITY iMTICES. COMMITTER ON PUBLIC LIGHTING. A meeting of the Committee on Public Lighting will be held in Rooms 10 and 11, City Hall, on Wednesday, January 24, 190R, at 8 o'clock p. m. when a hearing will be held on the fol lowing matters: Petition of Victor Morris Tyler, et al, for an electric arc light corner of Prospect street and Bast Rock road. Petition of Rev. M. J. Daley, et als, for two Welsbach gas lamps on Ed wards street, between Orange and Foster streets. Ptition of Frank H. Symmes, et al, for a naphtha lamp on Elizabeth, street. Petition of S. A. York, et al, for an electric aro light corner of Prospect street and the extension of Starr street. Petition of the New Haven Clock Co. for the removal of light on Ham ilton street about 100 feet north. Petition of R. H. and J. A Grodske, et al, for changreof gas Hffht on enr et al, for change of gas light on cor street to electric light. Petition of James H. Parish, et al, for an electric arc light corner of Humphrey and Tleasant streets. Petition of William A. Clav, et als, for an electric light corner of Shclton avenue and Ivy street. Petition of Joseph Elley, et als, for an electric light corner of Columbus avenue and Hedge street. All persons interested in any of the foregoing are requested to be present and be heard thereon without further notice. Per order FRANKLIN L. HOMAN. Chairman. Attest' j AMBROSE V. BEECHER. . .. 322 8t - Assistant City Clerk. NEW HAVEN DENTAL PARLORS 110 Orange St, Cor. Cbapel NO PAIN BEST DRY $5, $6, and $7 per Cord. All lengths. : . ; Delivered Promptly, Phone 671, The Driest Mfg. Co., New Haven!: Another Brilliant Hearing of This Pi anoforte 'I'll Artists. In Harmonie hall ow Wednesday eve ning a piano recital ujnder the auspices of the Steinertone Piino company, will be given by Miss Efina Estelle Hall, assisted by Miss Saraih Martin, mezzo soprano. The programme, which opens at 8 o clock, Is as follows: Caprlcclo Brilliant, Opi 22. .Mendelssohn Miss Hi a. Nocturne, Op. 9, ; So. 6. b. Etude, Op. 10, No . 12. , . Chopin Miss HaM. Autumnal Gale J.... ....... Grieg Miss Maritin, Rhapsodie Hongroise, JNo. 11. .....Liszt Miss Haill. Meina Liebe 1st Grun., ....... ...Brahms Miss Martin. a. Meditation Tschaikowskl 'b. La Jongleuse Moszkowski Miss Hall Is a graduate of the Yale School of Music, and is one of the most talented young pianists in the city. Miss Martin sings delightfully always. She has a very sweet and sympathetic mezzo and a charming personality. The public is pordially invited to this recital. Tickets may be obtained free at the Steinertone company, 10S Park street, or at the door of the hall on the evening of the recital. PRESENTED WITH MEDAL. At the annual dinner of the Clover club in Philadelphia last Thursday Captain Casto was the guest of honor and was presented on that occasion with a diamond medal by Lieutenant General Nelson A. Miles, late commander-in-chief of the United States Ar my. THEO. KEILER Funeral Director mid lumbal mer. 4DS State Street) eor. Elm. BRANCH OFFICE 453 Campbell Avenue, West Haven. HISriATtTRB AIMANAO JANUARY 22. S Rises 7:12 I Moon Rises I H'h Water S Sets 4:G5 f 5:10 9:21 p. m. , DEATHS. MERWIN At Pasadena, Cal., January 13thi . 1906, Arethusa E. Merwin, . widow of the Revv S. J. M. Merwin, in her S2d year. Funeral services will be held at her late residence, 79 Trumbull street. . - Monday afternoon at two o'clock. Friends are invited to attend.. j22 It l THOMPSON In this city, Jan. 20th Lyman C. Thompson, aged 62 years. Funeral services will Jse held in the Congregational Church, .East Haven, Monday afternoon, January 22d at 2 o'clock. ;. j22 1t HILLHOUSE On Saturday,' Jan. 20, 1906, William Hillhouse,' M.D., in tho Sflth vear of his 6t, ;Vi Private funeral service's for members of the family will jhfc.held on Tues day, January 23d at 8 p. m. at the residence of his son, James - Hill- house, Sachem's Wood. Sorvlces at the Grove street cemetery at 3:30 p. m., will be in charge of New Ha- Templar. It is requested- that no ven . commandery, Jio. 2, KnlKhts flowers be sent, fc A J22 2t s-i - ' rr .1ST. fort el New Hnren. ARRIVED. Sch Sea Breeze, Holmes, N. T. Sch Kmpress. Moulton, N. Y. Sch Resolute. Olson, Amboy. CLKARRD. Sch Pendleton, Satisfaction, Clay, N. Y. Son Acme, Thomas, rovinence. Sch Marguerite, Clark,. Prov. Sch Bessie & Leila,. Sjnlth, Providence. Soh Atlas, Miller, : . ORDER FOR REGULATION OF CAR RIAGES FOR 'MONDAY AND TUES DAY EVENINGS, JANUARY 22 AND 23, 1906. Carriages going to the Yale Glee Club concert at the Hyperion, Monday evening, January 22, 1906, will ap proach the Hyperion on Chapel street from the east both in delivering and calling for passengers. ' , Carriages going to the Junior Prom enade at the Second Regiment Armory on Meadow street Tuesday evening, January 23, 1906, will approach the Ar mory from (he direction of Georga street up to 12 o'clock midnight. After 12 o'clock, midnight, carriages will ap proach the Armory from the direction of Whiting street. The Chief of Police will sea that these orders are enforced. Dated January 20th, 1906. (Signed) JOHN P. STUDLEY, J22 It Mayor. Dlst. of New Haven, s. Probate Court, January 28, 1906. ESTATE OF NEWTON J. GUNN, late of New Haven, in said District, de ceased. " ; ' The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six months from the date here of for the creditors of said deceased to bring in their claims against said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All persons lnaefitea to saw estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to CHARLES N. GUNN, ' Administrator. By James t. Dewell, Jr., Attorney,, 179 Church street, New Haven, Conn. pv 321 3t I nnnTirnro nAfj..M:MMM ifM....i $3.75 Per Pair. 35 pair tapestry and mercerized portieres that soil regular at $5.00 to $6.50 per pair, in all colorings, both fringed and with cord ; edges, at a uniform price of $3.75 a pair, or $2.00 each. Original prices are left on goods. , ; $5.76 Per Pair. 50 pair silk and mercerized fabrics, Frou-frou's tapestries, gobelins, satin derby, etc., values regular $8.00 to $15.00 per pair, to be closed at a uniform price of 55.(5 per pair. We cannot sell one-half pair lots from 1 these except at regular price. ' 4 Arcona Rug, 9x12 ft., $25. I Sold elsewhere at $30.04 to $32.50 each. Best reproductions, made of T Oriental designs in any popular priced fabric. . !. SPECIAL. VALUE. 100 Rubber Mats; 17x31 inches, $1.50 grade, $1.00 each. Cocoa Mats, Extra quality, In nine sizes. Wa can supply a brush mat, the best j made, from small sizes to the largest used in public buildings, from stock. You need them now. $ WINDOW SHADE CO., ! . irBl ORANGE ST. i open baturaay Evmungs. A PRICES that Talk. The Joilowlng items are taken at random from our f906 List of Wines, Ljquors and Mineral Waters, just Issued. It might pay you to send for a copy (free r-r-1? for the asking because. possibly, you are buying some of the goods that we quote and paying higher prices, or, you may be paying he same price and not getting the quality that your money entitles you to. . Scotch Whiskies. Buchannan's Black & White, Dewar's, Special, ..... Haicr & Ha k. . . . Bottle 1.20 1.05 1.70 1.70 1.20 1.60 1.20 1.20 1.65 1.25 1.15 1.50 1.00 1.25 Heather Dew, quart jugs, . . Heather Dew, pint jugs, King William, V. O. P., Lone & Short. Mather, John & Son, Extra . Pibroch, ... . Ramsay, John, Roderick Dhu, "The Antiquary," Usher's Glenlivet, gold cap, . White Horse Cellar, . . . . Irish Whiskies. Cruskeen Lawn, quart jugs, . 1.70 Cruskeen Lawn, pint jugs, . . 1.20 John Jameson's 1 star, .... 1.45 Mitchell's, old Irish, ..... 1.15 Domestic Whiskies. Golden Wedding, Finch's, . . 1.00 "'Bottled in Bond, full quarts. Hunter Baltimore Rye, .... .95 Mount Vernon, ........ 1.25 Old Crow Rye, Kirk's, .... .95 Wilson, .95 Walker's Canadian Club, . . 1.15 B0LS Dutch Cordials Quart Pint bottl bottle Anisette, white, . ... 1.50 .95 Anisette, red, ..... .95 Creme de Vanille, . . . 1.60 Creme deMenthe, green, 1.35 .80 Creme de Menthe, white, 1. 3 5 .80 Curocao.Orange.in glass 1.45 Curocao.Orange.in stone 1.35 . Eaud'Or, . .95 Maraschino, ...... 1.38 Punch van Arak, . . . 1.45 Parfalt Amour, .... 1.50 Rum Punch, 1.45 Orange Bitters, .... 1.00 .65 Sundries. Bottle Heublein's Club Cocktails, . . 1.00 Burnett's Tom Gin 78 , Plymouth Gin, , .95 Gordon's Dry Gin . .80 Bols Orange Bitters, ..... 1.00 Boonekamp Bitters, ..... 1.35 . Angostura (Siegert's), pints, . .75 Martini & Rossi Vermouth, '. . .50 French Vermouth, ...... .55 , Vin Marianl, .95 Hoff'sMalt,;; .27 Grape Juice (Welch's original), quarts, . .. 45 pints, . . .25 Beers. dom Budwelser, . .1.45 Jos. Schlit? Milwaukee, . . . 1.25 Pabst Milwaukee . ...... 1.15 Piel Muenchener, ....... 1.25 Wurtzburger, Hofbrau.'. . . 1.90 Ales. - Dog's Head Bass, ...... 2.00 Younger's Scotch Ale, .... 2.10 Evan's Ale, ......... 1.10 Ginger Ale, C.&C 1.35 Guinness' Stout, ; . .... 1.95 What we seek to fix firmly In your mind is the fact that only Wines and Liquors worth buving are here. Whether the price be high or tow, that price always stands for best possible value. s-taTi sir- ASVtVsA'rsASSAVVAV4S t4SV4SVMW4l .CM Foot of Center Street. !.$,Kf About a dozen first-class flats and apartments now vacant, at rentals from $300 to $720. Some are new houses not finished till December too late for fall renting some have just been unexpect edly vacated. Would like to show them to .early spring renters. WHALLEY AVENUE. ,0 heatersf bathj ''h i"S large closets; rent $75 month Thhi Firms.03" bS bUSht ea?a?Sl on ood . . 69 Church Street. . West Haven Building Lois Prices range from $2.00 to $8.00 a front foot Size of lot to suit Pur chaser. e II. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St We Want to Buy Three two familv h ... ,,4.0 Cigiiti ward at prices between $4,000 and $ 7,000 W. D. judsoh, Room 402. 902 Chapel St. FOR sale: la the vicinity of the Wlnclieitei Bo- pea Hub Arms Company's factory, n one and a two-family house, which con be pttrrhnsad on easy terms, Money to loan la sums to suit. L. G. HOADLEY. Room SM, Wo. 80 Church Street, WAsnrxOToif btjixdiivg. office: open etejjiivgs. Gardner Morse 4 Son.,1 Real Estate and Fire Insurance. 1 CHAP Jit, iSIiiEEC WoodbridgeFarm forSale .Large two story frame honae run- beat location la tho ion,. Pnem very bo. a. r Annr.t. v , Ut Mailer SalMla FOR SALE. Very desirable building lot, on Edge wood avenue, near Wlnthrop avenue, facing park. Lot 60 by 160 feet J. C PUNDERF0RD 114 Church Street. WHY NOT Call on me If you wiah an to-date . , up- OFFICE with all uonvonltuoou. The best tight and air. Mo vooal or In strumental music to disturb your thoughts. BNj;a; English; S80 Chapel Street. New Haven City Lots. AT $350 UP. Terms easy, and 10 per cent, oft for cash. Buy of tha owners. , EDWARD M. CLARK. 89 CHURCH STREET. Washington Building. One Family House Edgewood Ave. S5.000 Oae ccat a word tor each Insertion, bto centa a word for a toil week, aevea time, j. H 4 'I I I . WLSJ 0rk ln bindery. The Tut tie, Morehouse & Taylor Co" 121 Temple street. jjjj Hp ' TA-mr WANTED LADY or gentleman of fair education caiary, ?l,072 per year. navHhin weekly Expense's advanced. Ad Conn Geo- & C10WS New . .. Ji Itp VAIVTIEO P1?13 steeI stitchers. Strouse. Adler & Co., 60 Court Street. J20 2t ' ' ' "WANTED B steartvuw.ls?'rj;ieci ma4n- any kInl. o steady work; best references as to thrsffice11"1"- Address work, ABLE-BODIED, unmarried men be- llJ,?68, 21 .and 35' citing of bnited States, of good character and temperate habits, who . can soak read and write English. ' Apply Re cr.Aiting Officer, 89u Chapti street cl fo,22 ?Iain street- Bridgeport; 199 Bank street. Waterbury. Conn All good help should call here tv upply all the best places and alwly, fiBhL188. nui"bers. Sleeman's Re liable Employment Agency, 763 Chap- ' - gjOpen evenings. , mli-tt SL,E.EMAN'S RELIABLE ' EAIPIOY Sd lbG?eN??' t763 Chapel SUesuco: Where. Open evenina-s ti ?sm "'u- I, , f ' UUtlU. 102 nrA;Gifdw.m.haa movei from 1U Orange Street to 902 Chapel St Nov6H New MalleyT Building: flnfl P.tn' Helv' aao the b9st Place fo 8.n3d0 a.tUma.UtonbT.OmC0Untry- HUr" inn ccicct mmpiOTment SffS ZLu?.oh ste Telephone ---- - vuuuuwiia. largest AKencv male and female help supplied for mercantile and domestio service fo5 SSLan1rtaU klnds of work- Sfint aay were. Open evenings. M. B. BtAXLORT ArjCTrONEBRm and Appraiser. 112S Chapel St. Telephone 360.. House bold sales a specialty. Salesroom 13 Ortnge St. R4.tj IVIONEY TO LOAN ? loans quickly obtained on good Real Estate Security. Interest at 4 or 5 per ' , cent, according to security offered. Call at Room 210 Exchange Bldg., 865 Chapel St. ;l i Frederick M. Wars, Patent Stove Brick are Cheapest.,, Patent Stove Brick are Cheapest. MiM Lyeke The Expert in Magnetic ana aiciiuiuu juaasase nas parlor at 83 Olive Street. Satlsfactorv treatment ln all branches of massage. Rheu. niatism cured. Facial wrinkles and pimples quickly removed at moderate price. Massage taught Home day and evening, ...... ,; F 0 R SAL E -iTouO ielTpatent Starve Brick Every set warranted one Teas Orders received 73 STATE STUE1ST. Are You Awake To the fact that a little money goea a Jong ways to January fur niture buying if you take it to the right place? In our SBargainapolIa this week, single -bedsteads In wood with wo- T I ven wira -springs and- aoft ' top Jj tress, $3-98 for tho entire outfit a t cut from $11.50. ' & Pipe iron beds (known as In- $ stitutibm teds) suitable for upper ? rooms, complete with eprlng and f, mattress, $5,48, reduced from $ $14.00 g Nicely finished wood1 seat 41 chairs with, shaped seats, T9c, 4" reduced from $1.60. These are slm- El ply, sample reductions. $. BROWN AND DURHAM I Complete Bouse FurnUbera, t Orange and Center Sts. t 4 STEINERTONE C0NCER Brilliant Hearing of Wonderful Pianoforte, Harmonie Hall, Wednesday Jan. 24 Miss Edna Estelle Hal!, Graduate Yale Music School and pg. pll of Prof. S. S. Sanford, planlstv - Miss Sarah Marl in, Contralto, Tutted Church. PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED Tickets free at Steinertone Piano Company, 106 Park street and at Har monie Ball on evening of concert. The object of thia bearing; is to dem onstrate the remarkable superiority of the Steinertone Piano over all other makes In brilliancy of tonal effects, ra pidity and exquisitenens of actios nni in durability ami construction.