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&EW. HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24; 1906.
Bnrnctt'a Vanilla Extract has out lived criticism. It is the Finest and purest vanilla that can be bought. Once tried, always used. Some Very Ve-Snveotory Sales! to- accomplish that purpose positively and effectively. That way is 'the mark-down way". This is the path that we have followed and we have left many bargain foot-prints in our trail. The following items are evi dences of that fact. Handkerchiefs. Women's and children's all linen and cambric hem stitched handkershiefs. Excellent value at regular price of 5c. Prc-lnvcntory price, 4c each, or 3 for 1 0c. Embroidered and plain linen handkerchiefs that were ; 12jc each. Prc-lnvcntory price, 7c each. All linen cambric, also sheer linen hemstitched hand kerchiefs, with sparred hems. Regularly 15c each. Prc-lnvcntory price, 1 1 c each. , Fins embroidered linen handkerchiefs, also lace trim med and Swiss embroidered handkerchiefs that were 25c. Pre-lnventory price, 1 7c each. ..Very dainty linen embroidered handkerchiefs: -"Were 50c and 75c. -. .,;,;.:.-' Pre-lnventory priced 33c each. 0lF fulL15ne of fine embroidered handkerchiefs, rang ing from $1.00 to $3.75T Pre-inyeijlory price, 67c to $2.50. "jj'' , Chijdrej initial handkerchiefs 3 in a box were 17c Pre-lnventory price, 1 0c a box. Children's plain, linen and printed hemstitched border handkerchiefs 3 in a box were 25c a box. f Pre-lnventory price, 15c a box. Shirt Waist Patterns. 3 strong specials of shirt waist patterns for shadow work, solid embroidery and eyelet embroidery. These are special purchases that we were lucky enough to run across and the pattern have never been shown before. Special No. 1. Shirt waist pattern, consisting of three yards of Per sian lawn. Regular price, $1.50. Special, 97c. Special No: 2. Shirt waist pattern, consisting of 3 yards of good lin en. Regular price, $2.25. Special at $1.49. Special No. 3. Shirt waist pattern, consisting of three yards of sheer handkerchief linen. Regularly $2.25. Special, $1.49. Embroideries. Embroidered Edges and Insertions that were 7c and 8c a yard. . Pre-lnventory price, 5c a yard. Embroidered Edges and Insertions formerly 10c a yd. Pre-lnventory price, 7c a yard. 3 and 4-inch Embroidered Edges our newest styles Have been 12Jc, 15c and 17c a yard. Pre-lnventory price, 1 0c a yard. . Corset Coverings of embroidered nainsook and cambric. Worth 87c to $1.67 a yard. Pre-lnventory price, 25c to $1.10 a yard. Embroidered Allovers of cambric, nainsook and batiste for blouse or vestee. Pre-lnventory price, 57c to $3.38 a yard. Besides the above bargains, we wish to announce 1 that there, are many specially priced items through out the store. It is utterly impossible to enter any department . ...itliAiit t n n n i r r against some remark- able Pre bargains. T T 7t Important CTHE news for Wed- nesday's selling relates to three depart ments : handkerchiefs, embroideries and shirt waist patterns. In these departments we have discovered items that must be subtracted , from our stocks within these few days pro ceeding inventory. TWO GREAT PETTICOAT i " BARGAINS INA R SALE ' $6 SILK PETTICOATS AT $3. We secured the greatest value In silk petticoats ever offered. In this lot are a large manufacturer's sample 1 left over ta silk Made with latest style umbrella corded flounce, very full size, in sale. $3 HEATH ERBLOOM PETTICOATS AT $1.98. Petticoats that you can scarcely tell from all taffeta. Of Heatherbfoom, th; new materia! that looks like silk, but wears bet ter because it isn't. There are different styles in the lot some with corded ruffles, some with gathered ruffles. Visit the Main Moor Petticoat Counter and see 1 how good these petticoats are I KODAK LECTURES. Interesting Lectures to be Given by j&astman company in This City. The series of kodak lectures to be given soon in this city under the direct uon of the Eastman Kodak company have been planned directly in Ug with tiie campaign of education i'n photog raphy, which the company has given since photography became possible to amateurs. The lectu.Ves. which are de livered by Dr. Itfxon, have been given successfully M Europe, and are now being given - by him in this country. Everywhere the lectures dave been ivp:i they have been attended by thou- Sands of people and have beon held by press and public as full of fascination. Dr. Dixon is a pleasant and practical speaker. The lectures are as witty a3 they are instructive, the chief attrac tion bein the complete absence of technicalities. The lectures bring home to tfie au dience the many delights of photogra phy; its value to the traveler; its value in the home; its value as an education to the children. The demonstration and display of apparatus show conclusive ly the simplicity of the kodak system. In its entire ocfteme the exhibition 1s a logical and convincing argument for photography as an entertaining, edu cational and Inspiring hobby. The Harvey & Lewis company of 8(51 Chapel street are agents for Eastman goods in this city, and will distribute tickets free to those who call at their store. TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY Of the New Haven Christian Endeavor Union. The New" Haven Christian Endeavor union will celebrate its twentieth an niversary by an appropriate service to be held at tr.e Dwight Plaoa church on Thursday, January 25, at 7:30 p. m. As this union is the oldest in the world it is especially fitting that the occasion should be eproperly observed and also that the service should be held in the Dwight Place church, because it was in this church that the formation of the union was consummated, A part of the programme is as follows: Words of welcome by William R. Leete, the pres ident of the Dwight Tlace Christian En. deavor society; scripture reading; prayer by Rev. William W. Leete, D. D., pastor of the church; solo, "The Recessional," by Miss Grace E. Walk er; a short address by the first presi dent of the union, John C. North; a presentation of the "Quarter Century Memorial,'.' by Rev. George F. Prentiss, an ex-president of the union; a quarter century rally song written for the oc casion by the pres-ant president, Rev. Clifton K. Flanders, and closing with an address by Rev. William H. Main, D. D., of Hartford, president of the Connecticut Christian Endeavor union. A large number of past and present members have signified their Intention to be present and an Inspiring meeting Is anticipated. - FRA KCO-VISKF.ZVE LA .V TROUBLE French Government May Proceed With out 1 ku In K Vmninlnm. Washington, Jan. 23. When M. Jus serand, the French ambassador, called this afternoon on Secretary Root to find out if they were any advices from Caracas the ambassador had not been informed by his foreign .office exactly on what day the squadron expected to arrive in Venezuelan waters. Indeed, the foreign office has not as yet advised the embassy as to the extent of the na val demonstration plans. It is realized, it is pointed out here, that simple blockade, while harassing Venezuelan commerce, might not Impress President Castro with the seriousness of the pur pose of the French government. It can be stated, however, that the way is clear, so far as the Washington govern ment is concerned, for France to adopt more extreme measures and take pos session of a custom house pending an adjustment with President Castro. It is admitted that any programme that may be initiated must be tentative, as all depends upon the attitude which President Castro may assume, once French warships are in Venezuelan wa ters. It Is said here that something definite on the subject of the naval programme may be expected within a few days. There is a strong indication here that 1 m 1 of the entire Quinine production ol the World i consumed every year "QUID Ma oi Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets "Cure Cli In One Day." E. W. GROVE'S signature oa bos. 2Jfl line; also odd skirts from different orders. All of heavy guaranteed taffe in black and colors. all lengths, France, In view of - Ihe 'Venezuelan treatment of M. Taigny, will omit to send to Veri'zufila an ultimatum, but will proceed without this formality. FAVOttS LOCK VASAL. Chief Engineer Steven Di'fore Cuiii ntlitee ?1 05,000,000 Oun be Sav.-rl. Washington, Jan. 23. A lock canal at a cost of $147,000,000 and nor more than eight years to build, or a sea-level ca nal at a cost of about $250,000,000 and from twelve to fifteen years to build, were the tVo problems discussed to day by the senate committee on inter oceanic canals. The lock type was fa vored by Chief Engineer John F. Stev ens, who was before the committee all day and will return at 2:30 to-morrow afternoon. Informal expressions of members of the committee favor Mr. Stevens' rec ommendations. , The opinion was expressed by Mr. Stevens that a lock canal would supply all the needs of commerce, and that practically the only argument that could be made in favor of the sca-level type was In the time that would be saved in conveying ships from ocean to ocean. ' ' - The construction of a central lake to receive the waters of the Chagres river, It Is said, would permit steam vessels of the largest type to pass through the lake under their own power and thereby make up most of the time that would be lost In passing through locks. Poultney Blgelow, who was to appear to-morrow to continue his testimony, will not be heard until later. Former Chief Engineer Wallace will testify on February 1. The Inevitable Victor in the war against coughs and colds is Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar. Pleasant to take and always reliable. Sold by all druggists. Pike's Toothache Drop Cure In One Minute. PROFESSOR EATON'S LECTURES. Professor D. Cady Eaton delivers thj second In his valuable and highly in teresting course of lectures on "Sketch es of French and Italian History and Art" this arternOon at 3 o'clock in room A, OBborn hall. The course comprises twelve lectures. ' IFfnrtnclie and Jfnml(rla from Cnlitft. Laxative Bromo Quinine, the world wide Cold and Grip remedy, rcmov.i the cause. Call for the full name and look for signature of E. W. Grove. 25 cents. JACK LONDON Jack London, the famous author and novelest, is to deliver a lecture In Wool sey hall on Friday evening, January 26, under the auspices of the Tale Union. His subject will be "The Social Crisis." ', Nasal' CATARRH In all It aUgeg. Ely's Cream Balm Ctamses, aoot&M and heals tba diseased membrane, ii (lores catarrh and drlrea away a cold In tha head quickly. Cream Balm la placed Into the nostrils, epreadi orer the membrane and Is absorbed. Belief Is In mediate and a cure follows. It Is not drying does not produce sneezing. Large Size, 10 cents st Drag gists or by mall ; Trial 81k, 1G cents. SLY EHOTFKRa. HWifTtn Street. New To "What Is your Idea of success?" "Success," answered the cynic, "con sists in making enough stir about your achievements to cause your failures to be overlooked." Washington Star. Brown What is the matter with Jones? He is going around sideways. Smith He's living in a fiat now, and got that habit from slipping between the furniture Puck. A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES. Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing Piles. -Your dpuggist will refund money If Pazo Ointment fails to cure you in 6 to 14 days. 50c. SAUSAGE Home-made Sausage from Spring Pigs is what we tell. They are fine and strictly pure. Large links, small links and bags. Try them. 20c per ib. The S. W, Hurlburt Go, 1071 Chnpel Street. COFFEE Sold exclusively by S. S. ADAMS, Cor. State and Court Streets, MS Howard Are., 143 Bojette It. ViS Grind Are., 258 Darenport Are, 804 Howard Are., T Sbeltoa Art, lss Liord It HART MARKET GO. Look at our Fresh Killed Broilers, one and one-half pounds to the pair. Very delicate. CHOICE TURKEYS. Our own make Sausage Meat, Very choice Irish Potatoes 180 TEMPLE STREET TELEPHONE, 443 Paridise Island Brand of PINEAPPLE, Grown In the Hawaiian Islands, this fruit is picked when ripe, packed eye less and coroless, and has the most na. tural and delicious flavor of any plne apple on the market. 3lb Tins, 35c; $3.75 the Doz. Our Queen Quality of SUGAR PEAS, Medium size, sweet and tender, grown In New York state, picked and packed same day. 12c ths Can, $1.25 per Doz. E. E. Nichols, 378 State Street. Nearly everyone likes good meats. We suppose you do too. Why not' try the kind which is sold at our market? Our success has built on that one thought (Everyone likes gtsod meats.) We have trained ourselves, selecting: the choicest meats, until we have be come masters In our line, and we post itlvely guarantee all meats that leave our market to be the choicest selected stock obtainable. All cuts properly prepared, before be in?, delivered, is our boast. Give us a trial order, we challeng-e any compet itor, as to quality, price, or service. Choioest native dressed lamb a spec ialty. DIETTER BROTHERS. Tel. 1391-2 43 Grove, cor.Orange gt, CRIMSON CtS. O lb. lfiifi A Pick Oat Sale. We have picked out about 1500 pairs of Men's, Wo men's, Misses' and Children's Boots and Slippers, which we have put on sale at prices that will insure a speedy sale. We would ask our customers to call and be fitted as we shall be unable to send them on approval. ' ME.NS. 176 Pairs of Men's Vicl Kid and Calf $ $3.00 Shoes $1.98 269 Pairs of Patent Enamel and Calf $4.00, $5.00, $6.00 Shoes 2.J9 97 Pairs of Patent Calf Button and Lace $5.50, $6-00 and $700 Boots. 3.98 WOMENS. 170 Pairs of Women's Kid Button and Lace, Small Sizes 50 70 Pairs of Women's Kid Button and Lace 1,37 439 Pairs of Women's $5.00, $5.60 and $6.00 Boots not shopworn, but clean, modern shoes picked from a dozen different kinds put into this sale at 3,98 MISSES AND CHILDREN'S. Misses Patent Leather Button.......;...................,.............. 1.98 Misses Kid, Button and Lace... 98c Children's Kid, Button , .. QQq Children's Kid, Button and Lace.. 5Qo SLIPPERS. 156 Pairs Women's Slippers..,.. 98c 233 Pairs Women's Slippers 5Qo ONLY GOOD SHOES TheNewHaven Shoe Co, 842 sind 846 Chapel Street. Delayed To Us, But Profit To Yon. The Webster Packing Co.'s " Finest York State Pears," cheap at 20c a can. Must clear 'errr outr and at 15c a can they go. Sale on' all the week if they hold out. Got here too late for slow sale and profit to us. Actl - SECOND HIT. " Booth's Lima Beans," at 8c a can. " Dinner Party Succotash," 9c a can, $1.00 a dozen. Not our best stock, but very cheap for the quality. The price is positively less than the cost to us. BOSTON GROCERY CO. Chapel end Temple Streets. 'Phone 535. ORANGE SALE. Bargain Sale. A great big sweet California or Florida Orange for : 25c per doz. Very nice at 16 and 20c per doz., per fect in flavor. You should see them. Fresh Killed Turkeys, CWckens, Ducks and Fowls. Very nice this week and sold full dressed. , ... - French Peas, We have a very nice genuine French Pea at 12c per can; a real fancy one at 15c per can. Both splendid values for the price. Canned Vegetables. We carry a very complete line of canned vegetables. Corn, Lima Beans, Succotash, Peas, String Beans, and Spinach. All of the best table quality and at very low prices. D. M. WELCH & SON, FairHaven Congress Ave West Haven We carry always only the highest quality of Meats, Vegetables and Gro ceries. Our prices are as reasonable as possi ble, consistent with good quality. We offer Prime Beef, Lamb, Saddles Mutton, Crown of Lamb, Philadelphia Capons, Philadelphia Roasting Chick ens, Fancy Milk Fed Broiling Chickens, Choice Turkeys and Ducks, Philadel phia Squab, Guinea Hens. THE R. H. NESBIT CO, 9 Elm St., Cor. Chore. Tel. 871 . Branch Store, 275 Edgewood Ave. Tel. 264-3. Branch Store, 1231 Chapel Street 'Phone 427-12. DOESN'T TAKE ITT VtinUT .rt.JL.li 1 iVjrll i ,' to raise batter for griddle cakes from Street's Perfection Buckwheat TM Ml ! L . - . IDG llglllBBiS I.UUIC3 quick and the cakes are Per fection of course. Ask your grocer.