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KEW HAVEN MORNING JOUMAL AND COtJElER, SATURDAY JANUARY 27, 1906'
5 I 6 Tl?easfoi?soi?$- SINGLE GARMENTS Plucked from our January Clearance Sale. Priced iri a way that will take them out of j here before 10 P. M. f One Persian Lamb COAT, with Sable collar and revers, size 38 was $150.00, Saturday at $75-00 f One Natural Squirrel COAT, size 36 was $57.56, Saturday at $30 00 One grey doth COAT, fur lined, natural squirrel collar and A cuffs, size 38 was $53.50, Saturday at $30-00 J One red cloth COAT, grey and white squirrel lined, natural squirrel collar, size 36 was $58.50, Saturday at $35-00 One lone tan cloth COAT, Nutria fur lined, genuine Beaver 0, fur collar, size 36 -was $90.00, Saturday at $45-00 One long purple Velvet COAT, richly trimmed, size 36, was ' $50-00, v Saturday at $25-00 M One long black Velvet COAT, braided, size 36 was $45.00, Saturday at 28-00 W One English made RAINCOAT, with long cape, no sleeves, light color, size 36 was $25.00, Saturday at $10 00 g. One black Kersey CAPE, richly braided, size 40 was $18.50. IS Saturday at $12-00 W One black Silk GOWN, size 36 was $14.50, W Saturday at $5-00 One pink Cashmere TEA-GOWN, richly trimmed, shopworn, J size 34 was $17.50, Saturday at $2-00 One light blue, and one red, quilted Silk DRESSING SACOUE, j sizes 34 and 36 were $5.00, Saturday at $1-50 ? One long tan RAINCOAT, with three small capes, size 32 was $20.00, - Saturday at $5.00 W One long paddock Covert COAT, size 34 was $34.50, W Saturday at $5-00 - One white cloth EVENING COAT, with deep silk lace cape, M size 36 was $5S-oo, Saturday at $30 00 Given Away Free g With every 25c Purchase. With every 25c purchase of TOILET GOODS we will give one cake of perfumed Soap free. It is a very fine grade of Soap, guest room size, delicate odors. Our Toilet Goods' Department comprises the finest Perfumes, Soaps, Pond's Hamamelis of Witch Hazel and Complexion Creams etc., etc. Also Lavendar Water, Bay Rum, Hair Tonics, Vaseline, Talcum Powder and Toilet Articles. Special Pond's Talcum Powdervalue 35c a box, Saturday, 19c Women's Gloves. i This department has the reputation of selling the best for the least money; not alone in the low grades, but in the higher grades, 0, of which we carry an extensive stock, representing all the best M makes, including a few of our own special brands. We have a w full line of Kid Gloves, in cape, pique and glace, up to so buttons, and a few pairs of black, 33-button. Here are two specials: Jf? A French Kid Glove; In tans and modes values $i;m. NEW HAVEN IS HEALTHY. Dr. Perin Finds Long; Life Lines Prom inent in Local Hands. It is always a matter of interest to know what impression an observant and impartial outsider forms of our city after a few days of his first sojourn among us. Dr. Carl Louis Perin, great palmist, who is a highly-educated and widely-traveled man, who is visiting this city in the practice of his science, has now spent his introductory week here. His opinions of New Haven have been formed through his professional work, and his method of gathering his information is unique. Dr. Perln concludes that New HaviMi is a healthy city. This conception of our City of the Elms is not obtained from a study of death statistics, but by a study of the evidence presented by the life line in the palms which he has read. Dr. Perln has noticed that it has been a predominant characteristic of the palms he has read here that the life line has been long. So many have presented this characteristic that Dr Perin has reached the conclusion that this city is one favorable to longevity, and its Inhabitants are generally long lived. Dr. Perin finds two extreme .3asses of people here. He says that those whom he has met may be divided between the very intelligent and the very Ignorant. He has been surprised, he says, at the large proportion of the highly-educated and Intelligent population in this city. But there is no middle class. . There are the two extremes. Ha also commented on the conservative character of New Haven. N, Bradley and Captain S. E- Chaffee were schoolmates, and they remember the boy Wheeler quite well. They say he was a small boy with a fiery temper and was always ready for a fight if any one did anything to arouse his tem per. He usually whipped the boy he sailed into, no matter what the size of that boy. General Wheeler's father moved from Derby about sixty years ago, and very little is remembered of the things that he did as a lad. Ansonia Sentinel. TWO DEATHS AT HOSPITAL. Pasquale Madora and Mrs- Ella Pick ett Passed Away Last Night. Two deaths took place at the New Haven hospital last evening, the first being that of Pasquale Madora, thirty six years old, of 282 Water street, and the other that of Mrs- Ella Pickett, slx-ty-flve years old of 94 Carlisile street. Madora died at 6:35 p. m. He had been in the hospital since January 23 and death was due to appendicitis. His only relative in this country is Peter Fusco of 282 Water street. Mrs. Ella Pickett was sixty-five years old and had been In the hospital suffer ing from rheumatism since January 20, She is survived by a husband, Charles Pickett, and one daughter. Death came at 7:10 p. m. STOLE DIAMOND RING- John Orovitch of 148 Division street was arrested in Blalchley avenue last evening by Officer Lawlor on a charge of theft. A diamond right valued at $50 belonging to Mrs. Henry Dugan of 195 Goffe street, wife of Letter Carrier Henry Dugan, was reported lost yM- A good $1.00 Kid Glove, Saturday $1.19 Saturday, 85c Cut this adb. out and bring it foith you. b ' n m OPIMO I i . It Extra Special Prices on Parlor Tables. $20.00 Mahogany Table, 13.50 Mahogany Table, 8.50 Oak Table - - -5.00 Imitation Mahogany Table $14.60 10,00 5.75 3.50 50 MORE EQUALLY AS GOOD. The Bowditch Furniture Co. 100-102-104-106 Orange St. The illustration here reproduced Is that of the hand of the noted emotional actress, Mrs. Leslie Carter. This was taken by Dr. Perin at a reading made in 1886, before Mrs. Carter had adopted the profession of the stage. At that time Mrs. Carter was very enthusiastic about elocution and theatricals, and had ambitions for the drama, but did not believe that she had the ability to real ize them. Dr. Perin predicted that she would become a great actress, which prediction has been so well realised. Dr. Perln expects to remain here for some time. His address Is 141 York street. GENERAL WHEELER IN DERBY. LOCOMOTIVE 4 MACHINE CO., of Montreal, Limited, First Mortgage Gtd.4Bond To yield about 5. The American Locomotive Co., (which has no bonded debt), guarantees the above bonds, prinotpal and interest, by endorsement. The net earnings of American Loco motive Co. for fiscal year 1008 were 14,363,667. The annual Interest on assumed or guar anteed bonds Is only $ 1 4 7,625. Ciroular upon application. Spencer Trask & Co. William & Pine Sis., New York Branch Office, Albany, N. Y. CAPITAL 300,000.00 STJRPLITR A1VD PROFITS C20S.000.00 THE NATIONAL TRADE8MENS EAMK OF NEW HAVES. WILLIAM T. FIELDS President kOBERT A. BROWN I Vice-President FREDK. C. BURROUGHS j Cashier FRANK B. FRISBIE j Assistant Cashier As a Schoolboy He Was Always Ready for a Fight. General Joseph Wheeler spent part of his boyhood days in Derby. His father came here about 1841 and pur chased the mill now owned by Freder ick N. Bradley, using the mill to manu facture various kinds of cotton goods. The Wheeler family lived In a big house on Commeroe street, the build ing still standing near the coal yards of Judge George B. Clark. Mr. Wheel er, sr., gave a quit claim of the mill to Mr. Bradley's father in 1S45, and it is thought that the family left here about that time. While here General Wheeler was a schoolboy and attended school in the building which stood on Gilberts street and which later was moved across the street and became part of the old Franklin school building. Frederick terday afternoon. Orovitch was arrest ed last evening about 11 o'clock with the ring in his possession. BUTTER means Butter made without Salt and to be perfect must reach your table freshly made. From date we can supply unsalted Butter, made every other day in the week. It will come from the same Creamery that has for more than 1 5 years past made for us every pound of Butter that we have handled so its quality is reasonably assured. "Our" Crea mery 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- THEO. KEILER Funeral Director and nmbaluier. 408 State Street, cor. Elm. BRANCH OFFICE 455 Campbell Avenue, Went Haven. DIED. BEACH In this city January 28, Ed- wara ueacn, agea yo years. Notice of funeral hereafter. J27 It TUCKER In this city, at the Grace Hospital, January 25, 1906, Charles Tucker. ased 71 yearB and 5 months. Funeral services will be held at tho .Evergreen cemetery chapel, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. J27 HINIATITKR ALMANAC JANUARY 27. S Rises 7:09 I Moon Sets H'h Water o oeta o;vt 7:18 l.12:a,m. 2So 2Ko. 25c. arin. PROF. ROWLAND, ' noted Psychic and clairvoyant; your lira accurately and scientifically read; advice on all af fairs; nil business sacredly confiden tial; trial reading, 25c. Hours, 10 a, m. to 8 p. m., dally and Sunday. Par lors, 107 Church street, over Dr. Bur well's dental parlors. Lady attend ant. , J27 It THE BUSINESS MAN OF THE EAST AND OF THE WEST. The life of the business man in the coast city Is as bustling a that of his fellow on the other side of the States only there Is this difference. In the Northwest he works just as steadily, but you find him behind the counter or at the desk an hour earlier and he re mains an hour or two later, more of the day. He has the telephone at his elbow si stenographer within range of hla voice ready for dictation at a mo ment's notice. He has the time saving and labor saving system down to a fine point. Yet despite the day after day of keeping at it, the bald heads are few Nor do men grow gray before their time., Their nerves stand the strain despite the truly strenuous lives they lead. Why? Because they have not Jet the chef get the better of their stomachs, their homes In the heart of the out-of-doors are filled with fresh air from sea and mountain. The sun light can come in on all sides. They do not need a morning bracer, so that there is not so much temptation to dis sipate. Thgy prove that work will not fcreak you down if you keep yourself In trim for the tasks of each day. D. H. Brock in "The Americanism of the Last west," in The Outing Magazlna For February. Anm ...... . v REV. AND MRS. HOWLAND, noted ofiimmi wuritwrs vi iNew xorK, late of Boston, will hold Spiritual ser vices at A. O. F. hall, 781 Chapel street, Sunday night, 7:30. Dr. How land will deliver his famous sermon, "The Writing in the Sands," followed by tests and messages. . J27 ltp LOST. TUESDAY evening, January 23, attend ing the Junior Promenade In the Armory, a diamond bar pin. A suit able reward for its return to 348 White Hall. J27 8t U, S. ENGINEER OFFICE. New Lon don, Conn., Jan. 25, 1906. By direc tion of the Secretnry of War a pub lic hearing will be held at 2 p. m Fob. 10, 190S, at Chamber of Com merce hall, New Haven, Conn., In the matter of proposed alterations in the Grand Avenue bridge over the west branch of Mill rtver at New Haven, Conn. C. F. Powell, Lt. Col. Engrs. 327 29 30 31 f9 10 6t . PORTIERES Reductions Unusual, $3.76 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 $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 $30.09 to $32.50 each. Best reproductions, made of Oriental designs In any popular priced fabric. SPECIAL VALUE. 100 Rubber Mats, j 17x31 Inches, $1.50 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 bulldinea fmm etnr-Tr TT V,o. r, ' ..' V I IV . A UU 1JCTGU Lit..... I1U t . ! WINDOW SHADE CO.. 75-81 ORANGE ST. Open Saturday Evenings- Foot of Center Street Dist. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, January 26, 1906. ESTATE OF MARY ANN WILLIAMS, late of Providence, R. I., owning property In snld District, deceased. The Administrator having exhibited his administration account with, said estnte to this Court for allowance, lt is ORDERED, That the 2d day of Feb ruary, ln6, at ten o'clock in the fore noon, at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said District, be and the same is appointed for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and this Court directs that notice of the time and place of said hearing be given by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a olroulation in said District. By the Court. GEORGE W. CRAWFORD, J27 3t Clerk. NOTICE. A special meeting of the stockhold ers of the New Haven County National Bank will be held on the 16th day of February, 1900, at ten o'clock in the forenoon at the banking hous of said corporation for the purpose of chang ing Article 8 of the Artioles of Asso ciation of said corporation so as to read: "The board of directors shall consist of not less than nine nor more than fifteen stockholders," Insteaa of as at present, "The board of directors shall consist of nine stockholders," and to ratify and confirm the election of eleven directors hsd at the annual meeting of the stockholders held on January 9, 1906. A. HEATON ROBERTSON, F. 8. PORTER, HENRY W. REDFIELD, Stockholders of the above named bank, January 13. 1906. RENTS, FIRE INSURANCE, Money to Loan, Notary Pnblta City Houses and Farms for Sale 14 CUenp Building Lota, near Trolley Line CHAS. A . BALDWIN, Room 2. 87 Church St. . Fine Diamonds. If you are thinking o buvinff a diamond, come in f CJ I and let us show you some of our hne stones. No trouble to show them whether you intend buying now or not. , J. H. G. DURANT, 1 JEWELER AND OPTICIAN 71. Church St. Op. P. O. J mmrn $1,000 One thonsand dollars is all the cash that is needed for the pur chasing of a new, thoroughly up-to-date two family, house of four teen rooms in the tenth ward, which has just been placed for immediate sale with this unusu ally small purchase payment the balance of $5,600 may remain on mortgage at 6 per cent. 'for two years and probably longer. The owner Is leaving the city and his apartment will be vacated in a few days. Ona ent word for each lncrrtloa, to cnt. word for a f all week, sores times. , WAIWTED LADY agents. New idjaa. Good pay. Circular . free. Wilson C. Jone Brockton, Mass. J27 8tp BYtfJZUI!? maITiei man, any kind of steady work; best references as to thfSrao0fficre. abUIty- Address WHALLEY AVENUE. w I.m?d8rn two-family house, near- room tSjr0m8 eao? fl00r- four a"l f '.iV0. heaters- baths, ash finigh, iSJff closets: rent $75 month. Thii te?msCa" touht cheaP ancl on good N. S. BLATCHLEYi 69 Church Street. West Haven Building Lots Prices range from $2.00 to $8.00 a front foot Size of lot to suit Pur chaser. li V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St Wa 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. ART 1T?t? F0B D S- ARMY ?w?;?I, unmarried men, be- T;tiTr J", " ?aa 6a- citizens of :tomMrabtaatK5j character d eiaLe habits, who can SnUt read and write English. AddIv r7 oriuting Officer, S90 Chapti trw ford- Zini, Maln Btre h-T: aa ir, 10,22 Main street, Brideeooif 199 Bank street. Waterbury. Conn. ' - J . ' ' jl-jna 30 MLw iif'R. Bhv.ould cal1 here. Wo y, aU the best PIaes and always el nnmployra,ent Agency. 763 Chap ?jlQpsn evenings. ml4-tf wYe" "5 2! fent "any? lKPTO -NY -Take notice S n Gladwin has moved from 102 Orange Street to 902 Chapel St ?h2"l NY6?4 New Malley Building: fih .b.1Bt elp- aIso the beflt place to male and female help .Spo if toi mercantile and domestio service for any and all kinds of work Bent eiy wera. Open evenings. n. b. MAixoriT AUCTIONEER and Appraiser. 1U J Chapel St Telephone 2360.. House hold sales a specialty. Salesroom 143 Orange St ftti MONEY TO LOAN Iaans quickly obtained on good Rtal Estate Security. Interest at 4$ or 5 per cent, according toiecurity offered. Call at ' Room mo Exchange Bldg., 865 Chapei St. Frederick M. Ward Potent Stove Brick are Cheapest.. FOR SALE la the vicinity of the Winchester peatlncr Arms Company', factory, a on and a tno-fninlly house, which can be purr hum! 011 easy terms. Money to loan In sums to suit L. O. HOADLEY. Room 114, Wo. 99 Chnrek Street, WASHIHGTOir BB1LDINO. OFFICE OPElf KTBSIXGS. Gardner Morse-4wSon.; Real Estate and Fire Insurance. 81 CHAPEI, OX it BEE WoodbridgeFarmforSale ,"" ." storr rranaa boas ran. best location In the tow., t.-, " " ' Ion. ' eo. a. mm. H Mailer SbHoIbs. FOR SALE. Very desirable bulldin lot. fln XT A n- wood avenue, near 'Wlnthrop avenue' facing park. Lot 60 by 150 feet ' J.C PUNDERF0RD 119 Chnwh Street. WHY NOT Call on me If you wish an up-to-date " , OFFICE With 0.11 conveniences. The best light and air. Mo vocal or in strumental uiuslo to disturb your thoughts. BENJ.R; ENGLISH.1 83 Chapel Street. New Haven City Lots. AT $350 UP. Terms easy, and 10 per cent off for cash. Buy of the owners. EDWARD M. CLARK. 19 CHURCH STREET. Washington Building, The Annual Meeting of the General Hospital Society of Conneotiout will be held at the Hospital, Thursday. January 26th, 1906, at 3.30 o'clock, p. m. Timothy H. Bishop, Secretary. JZ3 BtJ V1IBI rvn Miss Leeke The Expert in Magnetlo and Electrical Massage has parlor at 91 Olive Street. Satisfactory treatment In all branches of massage. Rheu tnatlsm cured. Facial wrinkles and pimples quickly removed at moderate price. Massage taught Home day and evening. ' VICTOR Talking Machines, Edison Phonographs. The A B Clinton Co., 37 Church St. 28 7t LOST. .. BLUE Silk Umbrella, on oar Saturday p. m. Return 139 Orange, Room 1, Reward., J231t -'On. EDISON PHONOGRAPH Vie " - Talkf!iir""ffttriviws. mJSm9 "P' r ."- ton Co" 37 ' Churffl5t JM ?C" Patent Stove Brick are Cheapest. FOR SALES 1,000 set patent Stove Brick Every set warranted one year Orders received T63 STATU STREET. ALL the latest records for your pho nograph at 113 Crown street j33 7t THE CONNECTICUT HUMANE SOCIETY. UU...O, iM.niin, m luo Connecti cut Humane Society for the hearing of transaction of any other business proper to come before said nwetinje. will ho h)H tr, fn i - - ? ..... ... unjug ui uia soci ety, corner of Grove and Prospect Streets, Hartford. Conn., Wednesday. January 31, 1906, at 11 o'clock a, m. of Directors. W. DeLOSS LOVE. President, GEOROH W. ADAMS. Attorney-at'Latv, and Notary Pnblla 782 Chapel Street., Room 3. All Lesrfll or Piminaoa u.ttA Prompt Attention; a Accounts and Claims Collected or settled, on reasonable terms and De-. positions taken, in any part of theU, a Wnnrn frnm dan. E , from to 8 p. m. Monday and Saturday" One Family House Edgewood Ave. saooo Are You A wake To th fact that a little moneen goes a long ways In January for- ' nlture buying if you take lt to, the right place? , , In our Bargrainapolis this week, ? single bedsteads in wood with wo- ven wire springs and oft tep tress, $3-98 for the entire outfit a cut from $11.50. Pipe iron beds (known as in stitution beds) suitable for upper rooms, complete with spring and mattress, $5,48, reduced ' from $14.00 Nicely finished wood seat chairs with shaped seats, 79o, reduced from $1.50. These are sim ply sample reductions. L T t K AIM) MI )f HA i! Orange and Center Sts. t i