NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL 4JND COURIER, iTHUBSDAY JANUARY 25; 1906.
CyHE weather is one of the things that none of us can control. We complain
(j and grumble ; but 'twill all come out all right in the end. The cold weath
er will be here and when it comes we may as well be ready for it. We
have had a summery winter, which means we will have a wintery spring. There
are some 10 weeks of cold weather ahead, according to conservative calculations.
The Thursday bargains anticipate iust such needs and you will run no chance by
availing yourselves of every one of the advertised bargains.
Pre-lnventory Bargains end Thursday Specials
The prices for this Thursday are unusually low, because the bargains are
part of the Pre-lnventory Sale. Every item is a clearance item, and is there
fore, remarkably reduced in price. All ready for a busy Thursday !
shields in sizes 2, 8,
and 4; regular prices
25c, 30c and 35c a
1 4c a pair.
and eyes in black
and white and all
sizes. Regularly 5c
a card. Pre-lnventory
3c a card1 5c
for box of
Double faced satin
serge belting, in.
wide, ' in black and
10c a yard. Pre-lnventory
7 c a yd., 69c
These are made of
Peau de Soie, in all
Regularly 50c each.
Dinner Sets and
tea sets, consisting
of 56 pieces. A very
handsome set which
we sell regularly at
$3.00 a set.
Carlsbad china tea
sets, consisting of 56
pieces, all in very
We sell these sets
regularly from $8.75
to $9.50. Pre-lnventory
$7.00 a set.
lain dinner sets of
102 pieces have been
reduied as follows :
J8.60 seta for $7.00
10.00 seta for 8.00
11.87 sets for 9.00
16.00 setB for 12.00
I Pressed Glass Tumblers.
On Thursday, the basement 'will offer handsome
pressed glass tumblers that really very much re
semble the original cut glas3. They are of strik
ing design and the glass is good, clear and sound.
These tumblers sell regularly at 69c a dozen.
A Thursday Special st 29c doz.
The Coat and Suit Sec
tion presents this extra
Every Eiderdown and
Fleecedown Bath Robe in
the house women's sizes,
34 to 44, and Misses' and
Children's sizes from 6 to
16 years all worth up to
$5.90 each. 4 Qf
Thursday, at j) I JJ
A small lot of Red Eider
down Sacques in sizes
from 86 to 46, and selling
regularly at $1.Zd
Just 60 ':Howe" Wrap
per Blankets, size 72x90,
m Jaquard patterns. Suit-,,
able for bath robes, bediy
lounge covers, ..v use,
etc. ForniunV' $4 2f
$2.89. Thursday, I .Oil
""""Tf ""''all-wool Wrapper
Blankets, same size, for
merly $5 50, will be off
ered on Thurs- 'y qq
day, at - J.fO
Bleached all-linen Crash,
16 inches wide, of a very
good quality, that sells
regularly , at 9c a yard.
Fine Crepe de Paris, for
street and evening wear.
An extra good quality.
Worth $1.00 a yard. KO
Thursday, at - jiJL
Panama cloth in plain
ground with white hair lin
ed check. The thing for
separate skirts and coat
suits. Worth $1.00 a yard.
Extra good qualiy of
Moire Velour, in excellent
range of colors. Worth
69c a yard.
1200 yards of good Floccn
down for kH-iB. wrap
, peri, , K'ttn robes, etc.
Regularly 18c a yd. Q '
Thursday, at -
Cotton Crepe de Chine
and Scotch Novelty effects
for waists and dresses.
Worth 16a a yard. Q
Thursday, at - OC
11-4 White California
Wool Blankets with blue
and pink borders. Worth
$8.00. Thurs- f C QQ
day, at - JOcJO
Corset Waists. Wash Goods
Misses' batiste, corded
corset waists with neat lit
tle embroidered edges. All
in perfect condition. Were
A email lot of White
Goods to be cleaned up.
The lot comprises plain ,
and open - work stipes.
Worth 121c a yard. Thurs-
A small lot of Wanh
Goods to clean up before
Inventory. The lot in
cludes Arnold's superfine
flannel, figured madras and
mohair lustre. Worth from
18Jc to 19c a yard. r
Thursday, at - DC
Well-made worsted fasci
nators, bonnets and shawls.
Worth 50c. Thurs- 4
Thursday at I DC
Pillow Tops and Backs.
A choice of any of our regular 50c pillow tops and
backs, including the handsome and much admired
design, entitled "Our Flag",' in such very popu
lar favor just now. Any of these EOc tops and backs
Thursday at 29c.
Women's fine rib
bed, part wool union
suits with hij?h
necks and long
sleeves. Worth $2. 50
lined ribbed vests,
with high neck and
long sleeves; silk
trimmed ; ankle
pants to match. Sec
onds of 50c quality.
Women's part wool
ribbed vests, in gray
and white, with
ankle pants to match
regular price,' 59c.
39c, or 3 for
weight black and
split sole hose with
double sole and
spliced heels and
toes. Worth 39c.
wear. . Boys' heavy fleece
lined shirts . and
pants that were 25c
a garment. Pre
bags in tan and
dollar bags, which
we have sold spec
ially at 69c. Pre-lnventory
Your choice of lin
en fabric finish pap
er, three quires in4
a box. Regularly
50c a box. Pre-lnventory
We Will Continue the Sale of Handkerchiefs on Thursday.
It will be another day for great 'Kerchief values. This sale has already met with the ap
proval of New Haven women, for even at this writing the response has been very animated and
the buying very active. And it should be; for we are offering women's and children's handker
chiefs at absolutely clearing prices. So anticipate your needs and buy all you require while
prices are as they are.
The Sale of Embroidery Will Continue Thursday.
We have not only hit the mark with these striking sale of embroideries, but we have even
done more. We have anticipated the styles and the patterns and the materials that fashion
will require during this coming season. It's a little inside information, of course. But then
we are always anxious to get inside information where embroideries are concerned, because
the styles have been very radical during the past few seasons. Thu3 we show, with confidence,
the popular and high class goods of the most representative houses.
Very handsome allovers will be particularly popular on account of the great demand for embroidered
shirt waists. Blind, semi-blind and eyelet embroidery also enjoy special distinction and are in great de
mand. Baby patterns for all sorts of baby apparel play an important part in this sale. In fact, our show
ing covers everything and our prices are positively Pre-lnventory prices. , As we said before, the sale
will continue on Thursday.
ITEMS O'Jt INTEREST CONCERN"
JAG S EW UAVEX PEOPLE.
And Otbec j People Known la Tnla City
Interet 'tine Social Eventa Uere an J
An engagement of unusual interest
just anno unced la that of Mr. Walter
L. Mltohe jtl, youngest son of Donald G.
Mitchell uf Edgewood to Miss Esther
Buckner o'f New Orleans. Mr. Mitchell
was graduated from Yale university In
Cyrus (v. Jones and wife returned
from Nev Preston yesterday. Thy
have been several months in the coun.
try owing to Mr. Jones' ill health, which
Is now fuply restored.
The company of Russian players now
In this cpMntry is to be seen here Fri
day everiing, February 9, at the Hype
rion theater, In a play under the pat
ronage f quite a number of prominent
people in the university set. The play
decided upon Is Ibsen's "The Master
Builde." It will In all probability be
preceded by a tea for the very talented
men akid women who make up this
very Interesting ompany. The players
have bien in New York the past few
weeks ahd society there, through Mrs.
Harrv Favne Whitney, has become
greatly Interested In them.
A certificate of re-instatemont has
been fileri recently in the Waterbury
town clerk's office for Rogers & Bro.
The officer are: President, F. (P. Wll.
cox, New frork'; secretary and treas
urer, George Rockwell, Waterbury; di
rectors, F.'P. Wilcox, George M. Cur
tis and J.lM. Harmon, Meriden; C.
Berry Peetis, New Haven, and George
Rockwell, Waterbury. A fee of $25 has
been paid the secertary of state as a
re-installment fee as provided by the
last general assembly.
A whist and entertainment will be
given by the Queen's Daughters In St,
Joseph's convent on Greene street this
afternoon at 2 o'clock. The sale of
tickets has- been large and a goodly
number of handsome prizes have been
donated. The entertainment will In
clude solos by Leola Lucy, one of the
rising young sopranos of the city. The
Queen's Daughters only last weak
made a payment of $500 on the furni
ture for the Sisters home.
The regular meeting of the New Ha
ven society of the Hall in the Grove
will be held this evening at the Y. M. C.
A- parlor. Mrs. W. S- Osgood, who
has spent many years in China, will
give an address on the "Characteristics
and Customs of the Chinese." The
evening promises to be of unusual at
traction and no Chautauqua graduate
should fall to attend.
Mr. Louis Sajoue will give the first
of his series of lecturos this evening at
thej.Om'uJe Wreajt studio paanatomy
and physloMS"- ne reisurwwo, ,m
gans. Students of singing are cWBy,;
At the rehearsal of the People's
Choral union in City Mission hall to
night, a male quarttette of this city
will sing several numbers in the Inter
mission. Mrs. George W. Johnson of Washing
ton avenue, West Haven, and daughter,
Miss Minnie Johnson, sailed yesterday
from New York for Daytonia, Fla.,
where they will spend part of the win
ter months. They will visit several
southern cities before their return
This afterrtoon Terry McGovern and
Joe Humphries, his manager, will ar
rive In New Haven, and will be guesis
at the Hotel Oneeo, Landlord Sullivan
being an old friend of both of these
well known sportsmen.
F. E. Porter of this city is stopping
at the New America house In Boston.
The officers of Woodbrldge grange,
No. 108, were Installed last evening,
January 24. The officers for the ensu
ing year are: Master, Arthur H. Doo
little; overseer, Henry E. Baldwin;
lecturer, Charles A. Bond; steward,
Henry Dickinson; assistant steward,
Herbert S. Doollttle; chaplain, Rev.
Frederick T. Parsons; treasurer, Wil
liam H. Warner; secretary, Leroy C.
Beecher; gate keeper, Clarenoa R. New
ton; pomona, Ida Williams; flora, Eu.
nice R. Augur; ceres, Mabel Bond;
lady assistant steward, Mary B- Shep
herd. Mrs. Frederick Kutscher has Invited
the members of the Literary and So
cial club and their husbands for a so
cial evening Thursday at her home,
348 Humphrey street. The members of
this club are Mrs. Henry O'Neill, Mrs.
Harry D- Suitton, Mrs. George C. Jones,
Mrs. Frederick Fisk, Mrs. Elwyn Bry
ant, Mrs. Irving Tinker, Mrs. James
Harlow, Mrs. Alexander Irvine, Mrs.
Lewis White, Mrs. William Sanford,
Mrs. William Bates, Miss Debussey
and Mrs. George Palmer.
Mr. and Mrs- L. A. Bettcher of Or
chard street have left for a month's
visit in Jamaica, West Indies-
Among the West Haveners who at
tended the campus whist yesterday
afternoon at Republican hall were Mrs.
Elmer E. Somers, Mm Andrlen C.
Hettmann, Mrs. 'Frank Wilcox, Mrs. T.
L. Cosgrove, Mrs. Frank Bradley, Mrs.
L. P. Langdon, Mrs. H. S. Thompson,
Mrs. Harry Sutton, Mrs. Edward Dlek
erman, and, Mrs. O'Brien.
The January meeting of the Women's
Civic Study club was held .in Center
Church chapel yesterday afternoon at
3 o'clock. Reports were presented toy
several committees and a very Inter
esting paper was read by Miss Emily
Whitney on "Pure Food." This sub
ject seems most timely, a the pure
food bill is before congress this week.
Evelyn Holbrook, the daughter of
Mr. and. Mrs. K. A- Holbrook of Blake
street, Westville, who has been 111 at
her home with malarial fever. Is much
At the Yale Art school this afternoon
Mr. Charles A. Coffin will deliver a lec
ture on "The Academic and Romantic
Motives." This Is one of the Trow
bridge lectures, the general subject of
which Is "The Tendency of Modern
Painting." The leMurer has received
the degree of bachelor of arts from
Oxford university, and Is a very Inter
new switch board was placed in the tel
ephone central station here. The new
board is known as the three-position
board, with 200 circuits and replaces a
two-position board with 150 circuits.
The new one is what has been need
ed here for a long time and makes a
vast difference in the improvement of
CASTOR I A
lor Infants and Children,
The Kind Yen Have Always Bought
Home-made Sausage from
Spring Pip-s is what we
sell. They are fine and
strictly pure. Large links,
small links and bags.
Try them. 20c per lb.
The S. W. flurlburt Co.
1074 Chapel Street.
It's Always Healthful.
Received direct from Florida
Biggest Orange Bargain
in the city.
To-day, Thursday. Fine Soda
piscuus, 5q doz. ,
S. S. ADAMS.
vu jvwara vt., 143 Roactte 1L.
m Crn4 Are.. 8SS Davenport Art,
tOi Howard Ave., 1 Bbelton Am-
im uott at.
V.JRt MARKET CO
Look at 2hr Fresh , Killed
Broilers, onesid one-half '
pounds to the painT er:
Our own make Sausage Meat,
Very, choice Irish Potatoes.
NEW SWITCH BOARD.
Improvements Being Made In Walllng
Wallingford, Jan. 24, Between 9 p. m.
Tuesday and 2 o'clock this morning a
180 TEMPLE STREET
Paridise Island Brand of
Grown in the Hawaiian Islands, thta
fruit Is picked when ripe, packed eye
less and coreless, and has the most mu
tural and delicious flavor of any pine
apple on the market
3lb Tins, 35c; $3.75 the Doz.
Our Queen Quality of
Medium size, sweet and tender, grown
In New York state, picked and packed
I2c the Can, $1.25 per Doz.
E. E. Nichols,
378 State Street.
Nearly everyone likes good meals.
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 good meats.)
We have trained onrselves, selecting
the choicest meats, until we have be
come masters in our line, and we pos
itively guarantee all meate that leave
our markft to be the choicest selected
All cuts properly prepared, before be
ing delivered, is our boast. Give ub a
trial order, we challenge any compet
itor, as to quality, price, or service.
Choicest native dressed lamb a specialty.
T0. 1394-2 43 Grove, cor.Orange St
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.
176 Pairs of Men's Vlcl Kid and Calf 3.00 Shoes .' $1.93
2S9 Pairs of Patent Enamel and Calf $4.00, $5 00, $8-00 Shoes.' 2.79
97 Pair3 of Patent Calf Button and Lace $5.50," $6-00 and $700 Boots...... 3.98
170 Pairs of Women's Kid Button and Lace, Small Sizes 50e
70 Pairs of Women's Kid Button and Lace 1,37
439 Pairs of Women's $5.00, $5.50 and $6.00 Boots not shopworn, but clean,
modern Shoes picked from a dozen different kinds put Into this
sale at 3,93
MISSES AND CHILDREN'S.
Misses Patent Leather Button
Misses Kid, Button and Lace
Children's Kid, Button
Children's Kid, Button and Lace
156 Pairs Women's Slippers.
233 Pairs Women's' Slippers
ONLY GOOD SHOES
The New Haven
842 and 846 Chapel Street.
Tii 1 1 n 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 m m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 11 1 1 1 1 ni n 1 1 11 n m n 1 1 n 1
Delayed lb Us,
Bat Profit Id Yea.
The Webster Packing Co. 's "Finest York. State
wl .. -WW t Vttllt UlUOL lCU -CU1 UUL, 1
uicy iiuiu oui. uoi nere too late lor slow sale and
profit to us. Act! ,
"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 and Temple Streati.
'Phone 535. : 1
Branch Store, 1231 Chapel Street
A great big sweet California or Florida Orange for
45c per doz. Very nice at 16 and 20c per doz., per
feet in flavor. You should see them.
Turkeys, CWckens, Ducks and Fowls. Very nice this week and sold
We have a very nice genuine French Pea at 12c per can; a real fancy
one at 15o per can. Both splendid values for the prioe.
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,
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 B'eef, Lamb, Saddles
Mutton, Crown of Lamb, Philadelphia
Capons, Philadelphia Roasting Chick
ens, Fancy MUk Fed Broiling Chickens,
Choice Turkeys and Ducks, PhliadeU
phla Squao, Guinea Hens.
THE R. H. PiESBITCO,
49 Elm St., Cor. Church.
Tel. 872. .
Branch Store, 275 Edgewood Ave.
to raise batter for griddle
The "lightness" comes
quick and the cakes are Per
fection of course.
Ask your grocer.
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