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BAYEH" MORNING JOmffAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY JANUARY 25; 1906.
p m Tkfefcsoi?(o- lefefcsoi?(o- I Thursday, Bargain Day Bargains that are Bargains in Every I Sense of the Word. 1 The English poet, Coleridge, was once asked if he believed in ghosts, "Oh f no, " he replied, " I've seen too many to believe in them. W Many people feel the same way about bargains they have reason too. , They have been attracted by some bargain announcement that proved to be nothing but verbiage no bargains at all. Not so here; we would as soon think of cutting off fl our right hand as to deceive you. This store is not a store of to-day or tomorrow If its a store for 11 time. It is safe to say that as long as New Haven exists, so will ft "The Charles Monson Company," and it shall always bz known as the house of honest and reliable merchandise. Here are the inducements for you Thursday. From " The Cloak Room" The season is waning and winter stocks are running low. The bal ance must be closed out imme diately to make room for new spring goods which are arriving daily. Japanese and Siberian Mink Muffs and Scarfs greatly reduced for Thursday. Children's Serge and Mohair Dresses, in blue, green and brown, sizes 6 to 12 years were $5.00 to $10.00, Thursday, $3-50 to $6 5n Last of Flannelette Kimonos that were $1.75. Thursday, $1-00 ..Flannel Waistings, French and Scotch, many new patterns value 35c to 75c a yard, Thursday, JJ5c Don't keep the children home from school on account of a little rain. Buy one of our Children's 50c Umbrellas,' Thursday for 39c Infants' Coats, balance of our winter stock, sizes 1 to 3 years: Bedford cord, basket cloth, wool crepe and taffeta; and one lamb's wool values $5.50 to $12.50, Thursday, $3-00 to $7-50 Balance of Infants' and Chil dren's Caps, all white, made of bengaline. china crepe de chine, and liberty satin values $1.50 to $5.00, Thursday 51 OO to 53-50 Point Venise Lace, ecru, white and cream values igc to 50c a yard, Thursday, 10c Short lengths of Veiling, enough in each piece for a veil values 35c and 39c a yard, Thursday, each, 10c Extra Special Prices on Parlor Tables. $20.00 Mahogany Table, 13.50 Mahogany Table, 8.50 Oak Table -5.00 Imitation Mahogany Table 50 MORE EQUALLY AS GOOD, The Bowditch 1 00-102-1 041 - PERILS OP STAGECOACHING. An Upset on a Mountain Road in Ore gon Recalling tho Old Days. The perils of the old stagecoaching days In the mountainous West are re called by the recent adventure of Supt. Vallle of the United States mail ser vice In the District of Oregon. Mr. Vallle Is a brother of Mrs. A. B. Wal lace of this city, and In a recent letter to her he thus recounts his experience on an lnspecion tour by stage between Roseburg and Myrtle Point. "Th road was In comparatively good condition, and, barring a few minor mishaps, such as a wheelhorse turning turtle on a hill, we had made good time. At about 11:15 P. M. I was awakened from a momentary doze by the dropping of my side of tho stage. Before I could collect myself suffi ciently to get alarmed, the side dropp ed still further and I was ejected out into space- For thirty-five feet I sailed through the air and landed, below on a Imported Mohair, bright and lustrous, the popular material for Shirtwaist Suits good value at 50c, Thursday, 39c Tally Cards, nice variety of de signs value 25c a dozen, Thursday, 17c Do you know of a better Tooth Powder than Mrs. Stillman's? Peo ple who have tried all other grades now suck to atuiman s, so it must be good. Try a bottle: if vou do not like it, tell us; if you think it is Deuer man otners, tea your inenos. price, 25c Headquarters for Raphael Tuck & Sons Souvenir Picture Post Cards, rich and elegfant in tone and design, 3c or 3 for 5c. Send one to your friends. Half-pound boxes of Bora value 7c a box, Thursday, 4c Dress Ginghams, medium and dark colors value 8c a yard, Thursday, 5c Bates Seersucker Ginghams, dark and medium colors value 12c a yard, Thursday, 8c Outing Flannelsvalue 10c, v Thursday, 6c Silver Bleached Damask, heaw and soft finish value 58c a yard. 1 hursday, 45c Extra large and heaw HucV Towels hemmed, soft finish value 15c, Thursday, 1254c Linen Diaoer. 18 inches wirle value $1.25, Thursday, 9c Kid Gloves, fine lamb skin, real French Kid and Suede value $1.00 to $1.50 a pair, Thursday, 79c $14.50 10.00 5.75 3.50 Furniture Co, 06 Orange St log that rested on the enbankment, twenty-five feet below the road. "The place where I landed did not not strike me as a good resting spot, and so, as It was very steep, I kept on and 'bumped the humps' some hundred feet further to the rocks on the edge of the beautiful MIddlefork. It was a sould thrilling tumble, as may be ima gined. One of the wheelhorees tried the same trip and landed beside m with a crushed skull. "I looked an saw the heavy stage hanging above me on the log I had missed on my first plunge. I got out from under as quickly as I could, and then began to wonder what has become of my stage companions, the driver and mree passengers. I could see one of the climbing up the bluff ahead of me, and It was one pf the worst moments of my life when it flashed across my brain that we two only escaped alive and the others had been caught by the log and crushed to death- I called out for Mr. Whitney, chief clerk of our service, Ribbon Remnants, lengths, col ors and kinds suitable for almost any purpose values 8c to 55c a yard, Thursday, 5c, J 2c and 1 9c 5 Shield Teck Ties, in a wide va riety of pretty colorinps value 25c, Til 11 r crl 1 i A . 1. If Outing Flannel Night Shirts, in v$ all sizes, with and without collars cut full value 50c, g Thursday, 39c each f A few more of Wool Socks, nat- & ural, camel's-hair and plain black jgfc value 25c, Thursday, 2 for 25c Basement Values f Men's grey Socks, in heavy t? weight, plain black cotton Socks value 13c, Thursday, 9c ft Our usual good values in wo- f5 men's and children's Stockings 3 value 13c, Thursday, 9c Girl's Union Suits, fine quality, Q only a few left value 59c, Thursday, 39c W Women's regular 50c Vests and i Pants, winter weight, M Thursday, 34c ; Children's Underwear, sizes be. & ing broken we offer a regular a value, Thursday, 15c Good, warm, comfortable Wonl Gloves, real Scotch golf make value 50c a pair, Thursday. 35c W Women's Hemstitched Handker. A chiefs value 5c each, p& 1 hursday, 7 for 25c tS? who was making the trip with me, and was reassured when he, answered my call from the river whence I had just crawled. "The fourth passenger had landed alongside him. It took us some fifteen minutes to get up to the road; and a , comparison of our Injuries developed that the driver, who was on the upper side and did not go down the bank, had a rib broken. Mr. Whitney had a scalp wound and many bruises, while I had a bruised leg and many sore spots. The blessed log hold the coach and one of the wheel-horses and pre vented them from coming down on top of us. Two wheethorses killed sum med up the Republican. fatalities." Springfield PORTIERES Reductions Unusual. $3.75 Per Pair. 35 pair tapestry and mercerized portieres that sell 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 mercerised 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 $5.75 per pair. We cannot sell one-half pair lots from these except at regular price. Arcona Rug, 9x12 ft., $25. Sold elsewhere at $30.00 to $32.50 each. Best reproductions, made of Oriental designs in any popular priced fabric. SPECIAL VALUE. 100 Rubber Mats. 17x31 inches, $1.60 grade, $1.00 each- Cocoa Mats. Extra quality, in nine sizes. We can supply a brush mat, the best made, from small sizes to the largest used in public buildings, from siock. iou neea mem now. f WINDOW SHADE CO., I 75-81 ORANGE ST. t Open Saturday Evenings. KNEW PHESirpNT HARPER. James Roy, manager of Smith, Mur ray & Co.'s store; bAd a close personal acquaintance with f;he late President William S. Harper of the Chicago uni versity. When Mr. Itoy was in business In New Haven, President Harper was taking a post graduate- course at Tale. Many a time then had climbed East Rock together. Thy roomed at the same house. Mr. Roy felt the death of President Harper Keenly. Bridgeport Post. 7 j . THE NEW HAVIjJN HOSPITAL. The Annunl Meetiing o the General Hospital Society of; Connecticut will be held at the Hospital, Thursday, January 25th, 11)06, at 8.30 o'clock, p. m. Timothy H. Bishop, Secretary. ' J23 3t Manufacturer's Sale OF STEINERTONE PIANOS. Most Brilliant Pianofortes on the marKet, TONAL QUALITIES ACTION and DURABILITY UNEXCELLED. Remarkable Bargains. Sale now on at Factory Warerooms, 106 ParK St. This Interesting picture Is the like ness of the man who said Corns and Bunions, Pad Nails' and inflamed Feet were the Inventiort bt Satan. He graduated 'from college and Is highly educated, ' has .a line house, a good looking wife and pretty children, but rather clumsy looking feet, and Is a most disagreeable father of a crying baby. Anyone can Judge if his clothes fit or not, and what discomfort he must undergo from his ijwolen feet. Ha has completely exhausted all the profane words In the languages of many na tions declaring Sore and Inflamed Feet a thoughtless mistake. He says he knows all about It. He has tried the use of several Corns, Bunions, and Nails for some years and thinks there is slow torture enough In them to driTe fifty rational mcn'Mnto a madhouse. He could not work, and lost lots of time. He tried several ten cent rem dlcs but grew worse and worse. He spoke to his wife about going to sea Dr. Welch, at 792 Chapel St. She said "Oh yes, he'll do you good, why didn't I think to tell you before. If you can get your feet so you can " work, we won't have to take in washing." Then he asked the advice of his mother-in-law, but she called him a fool to think of going to a noted chiropodist about his feet. He then experimented with more cheap corn snlve; beat a base drum and put two bull dogs In tho parlor to drown his groans. This most patient father did not think he was a fool, but did not see the doctor; but came to the conclusion that he might as well try to dam Niagara. At this stage he declared he had not slept for sovernl weeks. He was bored with pain, and exhausted and done for If ha did not find relief and rest. He finally came to his senses after long delibera tion and suffering and consulted Dr. Welch, 792 Chapel Street, New Haven, and went home a changed man, and wheeled the baby all over the park. He told his friends at the club what great relief he found at the hands of Dr. Welch, and Uncle Sam's Balsam and Alleviator. Others may find the same relief. DR. WELCH, 702 Chnpel Et. New Haven, Conn. 3 Foot o? Center Street FresH BUTTER means Butter made without Salt and to be perlect must reach your table freshly made. From date we can supply unsalted Butter, made every othdr day in the week. It will come from the same Creamery that has for more thai) 1 5 years past made for us every pound of Butter that we have handled so its quality is reasonably assured. "Our" Creamery has just scored at the State Dairy Convention at Hartford, 97 points highest score of any Connecticut Creamery. No other House in New Haven handles a pound of this make. Today's price, 35 cts 3Bt S-taJx Sir- THEO. KEILER Fnncral Director and Kmlmlmer. 40S State Street, cor. Elm. BRANCH OFFICII 45 Campbell Avenue, Wert Haven. DEATHS OPPENHEIMER In San Antonio, Tex., January 13, 190H, Amelia Oppenhei mer, widow of Joseph Oppenheimer. Funeral will take place from the res idence of Isaac Rosenberg, 736 Orange street, this afternoon at two o'clock. Friends are invited to at tend services at the house. J25 It STEVENS In this city, January 22, 1306, Alfred C Stevens, aged 72 years, Funeral services will be held at his late residence, 106 Edgewood avenue, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Friends aro invited to attend. 324 2t ADAMS In this city, January 23d, 1906, Emma Bronson, wife of Jumes N. Adams, in the 74th year of her ago. Funeral services will be held at 120 St. John street, on Friday afternoon at half-past 2 o'clock. Friends are ; invited to attend; JU 2t MISMTl'IlE ALMA5AO JANUART 25. S Rises 7:10 I Moon Sets H'h Water oo;iij cm 1 ii:tp. m. UAIUHU LIST. fort of Pitr Hnvao. ARRIVED. Schr Crest, Miller, N. T. Schr Sliver Spray, Moulton.New Lon don. Schr Hattle and Emma.Carter, Prov. Schr Nautilus, Reeves, Frov. Bohr Myrtle, Holmes, Greenport, D. ' CLEARED. Schr Resolute, Olsen, N. T. Schr Sea Breeze, Harris, Prov. LOST MONDAY, Jan. 22, p. m., going from Asylum street, on Davenport avenue to Stevens street, a ladies' black hand bog. Finder call at 69 Asylum street. Mrs. M. N. F. J24 It RENTS, FIRE INSURANCE, Honey to I.oon, Notary Pnblla Cltr Houc and Fnrm for Snla 14 Cheap Building- I.ota, near Trolley Lino CHAS. A . EALDWIN, II 00m 2, 87 Church St. PIANOS for sale, no matter what bar gains you may see advertised In this column, and ho matter under what pretext they are to be sold, ws can sell you a better piano for less price. We always have bargains. Don't buy a piano at any price anywhere, of anybody or take one for a gift, before yon call and look at the great variety In Charles H. Loomls' store, 833 Chap el street; 122 instruments to select from. d5 aod tf THE CONNECTICUT HUMANHJ SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the Connecti cut Humane Society for the hearing of reports, election of directors, and the transaction of any other business proper to come before said meeting, will be held In the office of the soci ety, corner of Grove and Prospect Streets, Hartford, Conn., Wednesday, January 81, 1906, at 11 o'clook a. m. By order of the President and Board of Directors. W. DeLOSa LOVE, President. YE This is the final week in which to order New Carpets in order to secure the Making and Laying Free. More than 500 rolls to choose from. Easy Payments. You can't buy better nor handsomer furniture for less on Easy Payments. Open Evenings except Tuesday and Thursday. P. J. Kelly & Co, 817-823. GRAND ATENTJE. 80-33 Church Street. tP 'Tn " pjF pi $1,000 One thonsand dollars is all tha casn tnat is needed for the pur chasing of a new, thoroughly up-to-date two familw h teen rooms In thn tnth wnwi which, has just been placed for immediate sale 'with this unusu ally small nurchase na.vmemt tho. balance of $3,600 may remain on mortgage at 5 per cent, for two years ana proimbly longer. The owner is leaving the olty and hi apartment will vacated in few days. WHALLEY AVENUE. Fine modern two-family house, near ly new; six rooms each floor, four attio rooms; two heaters, baths, ash finish, large closets; rent $75 month. . This Place can be bnncrht nhaon a-n n. .a terms. " N. S. BLATCHLEY. 69 Church Street West Haven 'i Building Lots Prices range from $2.00 to $8.00 a front foot. Size of lot to suit Pur chaser. H. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orango St. We Want to Buy Three two family houses In the eighth ward at prices between $4,000 and $ 7,000 W. D. Judson, Room 402. 902 Chapel St. FOR SALE In the Ticinity of the Winchester Ho pentlnc Arn. Company', factory, a one anil a tno-fni'nlly homae, which can bt imrv turned on ay terms. Honey to loan In tumi to salt.' L. O. HOADLE.Y. Room 914. Jfo. 80 Chnrch Strett. wAsnmoToit nvitmira OFFICIO OPElIT EVE?fI!V3S. Gardner Morse Son.1,' Real Estate and Fire Insurance. iSl CHAPEL oXttEEC au WoodbridgeFarm forSale Larva two utorr frame home rnn nln water, ftooA tarn, lots of frnlt, beat location In tho town.. Prlee very low 3BO. A. TSmT.T a Mailer SalMla FOR SALE. Very desirable building lot, on Edge wood avenue, near Winthrop avenue facing park. Lot 60 by 150 feet. J. C PUNDERF0RD 114 Cburcb Stmt, WHY NOT Call on mo If you wish an on. to-date v OFFICE with all uun.'cuicuca. The best light and atr. vocai or in strumental inuslo to disturb your thoughts. benj.r; ENGLISH; lis Chapel Street New Haven Olty Lots. AT $350 UP. Terms easy, and 10 per cent, off for cash. Buy of the owners. EDWARD M. CLARK. 89 CHURCH STREET. Washington Building. One Family House Edgewood Ave. ' S5.000 tStauts. One east a word for each lnsf-rtloa, Ave oeata a word for a loll week, seven tlmea. m mm WANTED. Ar ONCE Three men to work In blnd Thy" -,xPerienced binders preferred. iTo.i iiuiouuubbie rayior uo.. J262H 128 TamDla St CTrr.Tr. ttAJVlUJU. lFl0N v .? vC'wpetfint seoond girl Or WOUld lika tn mra fny ,!!,. 121 Asylum street. J24 lt T' a vmnn EVERYBODY to wear a "Monroe T, .u, jubu use a diamond. 368 Meadow Street. lt ' avantjed SIwI9N by a caPable or would do general housework in nr. yate family. City references. Appfy 1S3 Greene street. j24 it ELau2!Lmar!:leci man- any ind ot j .rum, uooi leierenoes as to TMaraoi,er an ability. 'Address work, tms office. ABLE-BODIED, unmarried men, be ffi,7j Jl . u citizens or United States, of good oharacter and temperate habits, who can apeak read and write English. Aonlv ftn. cruitlng Officer, sm Chaptf street ford- H?" B6 Maln st"et' Hm i5 fco10.22 ?Ialn street. Bridgeport: 189 Bank street. Waterbury, Conn. ' jl-Jne 3D AJig0?(1 elp should call hare. We ?iaxLla,rsrB, ni""berg. gleeman'a Re liable Employment Agency. 763 Chap giQPgnevgningB. ml4-tf SLEEMAN'S RELIABLE EMPLfw' GBNCY' ChaP lEBtSS Btire rJear'!- Larest. best In tho ; eBl maIe ana female help fo an( a11 kinds of work. Bent any wiiere. Open evenings. Tel. 2322. E M?a8 MaEN AGFNY-Take notloo Tfo B,'A Gladwin has moved from 102 Orange Street to 902 Chapel fit. ThhJXV, N?W Malleyl'BuDnalnk find situations, city of country. Hours 8:30 a. m. to to 6 p..m. Select Employment A?in?Cil 23 Chu?,cb St"et- Telephona lilU n,neot on-. Largest Agency, male and female help supplied fo mercantile and domestic servloe fo any and all kinds of work. Sent oust were. Open evenings. R. B. HAIXOBT AUCTIONEER and Appraiser, 112J Chapel St. Telephone 2360., House hold sales a specialty. Salesroom U9 Ortnge St. A4.tj MONEY TO LOAM Loans quickly obtained on good Real 1 Estate Security. Interest at t. or 5 per cent, according to security offered. Call at Room 210 Exchange Bldg., 863 Chapel SU Frederick M. Ward Patent Stove Brick are Cheapest... f . , , MASSAGE. j M!8 lieoke The Expert in Magnetic and : Electrical Massage has parlor at 89 Olive Street. Satisfactory treatment In all branohes of massage. Rheu matism cured. Facial wrinkles ana pimples quickly removed at moderate price.. Massage taught... Home day, i and evening. ... - - 1 ' .WCa. 1Q Ji.'L .Will 11(1 VICTOR Talking Machines, Edison ; Phonographs. The A. B Clinton Co.. 2 37 Church St. 23 iC LOST. BLUE Silk Umbrella, on car Saturday p. m. Return 139 Orange, Room i Reward. j3 it EDISON PHONOGRAPHS, Victor Talking Machines. The A. B. Clln ' ton Co., 37 Church St. , J23 7U Patent Stove Brick are Cheapest. FOR SALE 1.000 set potent Stov Brick Every aet warranted one yea Order received 703 STATE STHEET. ALL the latest records for your pho nographat 113 Crown street . Jit 1 GICORGB W. ADAMS, Attorney-at-Law, and Notary Pnblla: 7a Chnpel Street., Room All Legal or Business Matters (riven Prompt Attention. B w Accounts and Claims Colleoted' or settled, on reasonable terms and De positions taken, in any part of the U. SL Hours from 9 a m. to 5 p. m. a", from 6 to 9 p. m. Monday and Saturdav? evenings. Telephone 1403-4. ' Are You Awake To th faot that a little money J goes long- ways in January fur- nituro buying if you tako-it to the right place? In our Barglnapoll8hI woeft'T ? single bedsteads in wood with wo- Ten wire springs and soft top treas, 13-98 for the entire outfit a cut from $11,60. Pipe iron beds (known aa in- -u, ouiiauiB ior upper rooms, complete with apring and J mattress, J5,48, reduced $14.00 from 4, Nicely finished wood seat chairs with shaped seats, 79c, reduced from $1.50. These are stm- ply sample reductions. era art vTV r ITriT a m - mYW AIND DURHAM 13 t Jie4 Complete Ilonse Fnrnlah .ltlon "f af 1 - . ,tor carried I iit ana ueme8entatIon e