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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOUEKAL AND COURIEIk SATURDAY jFEBitUAET 17. 1906.
5 g$oiho- There'l xcitemen atur Here S dav. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, February 13th 1906. ESTATE OF JOSEPH J. MEHAFFY, late of New Haven, in said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the Dis trict of New Haven hath limited and appointed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of said de to bring In their claims against said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to f 15 3t ROSA E. MEHAFFET. Executrix. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, February 16, 1906. ESTATE OF GEORGE ANNA W. BA CON, late of New Haven, in said Dis trict deceased. ) The Court of Probate for the Die trict of New Haven hath limited and appointed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of said de ceased to bring in their claims apraii said estate. Those who neglect to ex- hibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate pay ment to fl7 3t FRANCIS BACON, Executor. . It will probably be the last time we will ad- j .... wnvrTTrD atjmttntT.c; orl "Pi TP Q e the w season is on the wane, and the new SPRING GAR- l H MBNTS arc eoming in rapidly, and are already sell- t ing''" ' ' " ; ' f 1 Last Call on Winter Stocks. One fur-lined LONG COAT, in tan broadcloth. Nutria fur lining, real Beaver collar was $90.00, Last call, $35 00 One long BLACK COAT, in broadcloth, velvet and braid yoke, satin lined and interlined, a handsome coat was $54.50, Last call, $25-00 One plum color VELVET long COAT, white satin lined, hand somely trimmed was $50.00, Last call, $20-00 Eight EVENING COATS, in tan, cream and mode, all this season's models, choice from them at HALF PRICE One blue VELVET SUIT, Eton coat, taffeta lined, size 36 was $38.50, Las "H. $12 00 One plum color VELVET SUIT, box coat, white taffeta lined, size 36 was $33.50, Last call, $12 00 One handsome :olue broadcloth SUIT, richly trimmed,, long coat, blue satin lined, size 38 was $65.00, Last call, $25 00 One blue broadcloth SUIT, long coat effect green velvet trimmed, satin lined, one of our HANDSOMEST SUITS, size 36 was $84.50, , Last call, $28 50 Ten black CLOTH CAPES that must be sold, all staple styles prices were $9.00 to $14.50, Last call. $4-50 to $7-25 About fifteen CHILDREN'S WINTER COATS, sizes 4 to 10 years-prices were $5.00 to $18.50. Last call, $2-50 to $9-25 Children's wool SUITS, sailors, Peter Thompson and one. piece SUITS, about eighteen of them, sizes 6 to 16 prices were $3.50 to $8.50, . Last call, $1.75 to $4-25 navy and black were Last call, $2-75 4 5 District of New Haven, ss. Probate -Court, February 14th, 1B0. ESTATE OF EDWIN S. BARTLETT, ' late of New Haven, in said District, Sarah A. Bartlett, of New Haven, having made written application pray ing that administration of said estate may be granted, as by said application on file in this Court more fully ap pers, it i ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate" to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 1st day of March, iflnfi nt ten o'clock In the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be given to all parties interested in said estate, by publishing this order three times in a newspaper having a circulation ia said District. LIVINGSTON W. CLEAVELAND, 115 3t Judge. lint Prices On Cnts In the city. Just for February, Smith's Tapestries made, laid, lined at 75c yd. Smith's Finest Asmin Sters made, laid, lined, $1.29 yd. Good Axminsters made, laid, lined, 98c yd. Body Brussells Patterns we are dropping. $1.00 per yd. Flannel TEAGOWNS, in red, grey. $4.50 and $5.00, Too Many Furs. Saturday we will take a good big loss on any FUR SCARF or MUFF in stock Minks, Martens, Bear, Squirrel, Chinchilla, etc. You can make money by buying and storing them until next year. Last call, HALF PRICE Half -Price. Every Knit Vest and Sweater, every Wool Waist in stock at half the price marks. Look them over. Many a good bargain. MANY MORE BARGAIN OPPORTUNITIES IN OUR CLOAK ROOM ON SATURDAY. f f K I If I 1 District of New Havon, ss. Probate Court, February 13th, 1906. ESTATE OF GEORGE E. DTJBBS, late of New Haven, in said District, de ceased. .... William H. Staht, of New Haven. havJng made written application alleg ing that the heirs of said deceased are unknown and praying that administra tion of said ostate may be granted, as by said application on file in this Court more Cully appears, it is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven. In said District, on the 20th day of Feb ruary, I9o(, tit ten o'clock In the fore noon, and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing there nn vs riven to all nnrties interested In said estate, by publishing this order three 'times In a newspaper having a circulation In said District. By the court. . fl6 3t GEORGE W. CRAWFORD, Clerk. Special once a year only." xvugs maae irom carpets all sizes, all prices, will be placed on sale Monday, Feb. 19th, 8:30 p. m. Are you getting your share of these underpriced goods ? Here are some of the odd lots, overstocks and part cases marked down for this special sale. CANNED PINEAPPLE (Shredded) In " 2 lb. tins our best brand E, E. H. on label. Regularly 22 cents, now 1 s cts. CANNED ASPARAGUS, packed in California. . "Gold Dust" brand reduced to 27c "El Captain" " " " 25c .(both brands In s lb. squire tins.) FRENCH PEAS. Our very best Extra fin grade, own importation, our name on label. We have on hand too many for this season of the year. Hence this special reduction. Can, 19 cts. Dozen, $2.05 TOMATO BOUILLON In glass, "Old ' Virginia" mark. ; 40c size reduced to 30 cts. 25c " " " 19 " EN0LI5H BREAKFAST TEA. A regular" 50 cent value, really desirable grade of Congou Tea. Special at .. 28 cts. a pound. CANNED SALITON, one pound, flat tins. From our regular stock, the best brand that we handle. Reduced to 17 cts. SARDINES. About 300 tins of Imported Fish, large (full halves) size, bonclest Sardines 1 would be good value at 25 cts. For this sale, 18 cts. CANNED VEGETABLES from our regular stock brands, at cut prices to close out some slow sellers. cam Blue Peter Peas, .... $ .09 Fancy Ruby Beets,2b.ttn$, .12 Spinach, J lb. tins 12 J381 S-taa Sir The object is to arouse public opinion In. favor of cutting down the postage on general merchandise from sixteen to eight cents a pound, as asked for by the postmaster-general In hie recom mendation to congress for the consoli. dation of third and fourth-class mall matter. The real purpose of house res olution 4549, which would carry out the recommendation of trier postmaster-gen eral. Is to bring back the cost of trans mitting merchandise to where It was In 1874. . RECEPTION TO NEW PASTOR. Rev. Jason N. Pierce Greeted in Dav enport Church. In the parlors of Davenport church, 139 Greene street, last evening Rev. and Mrs. Jason Noble Pierce were given a very pleasant reception. Over three hundred were present, Mrs. G. F. Burgess and Miss Rose Galbralth jvere patronesses of the tea table, and at the chocolate table were Miss Edith Hart and Mrs. Sheridan Smith. Selections were rendered by Eeeley's orchestra. The committee on reception comprised F. H. Brown, C. E. Hart and A. E. Dudley, and Mrs. F. H. Brown had the supervision of decorations. Oriental Rw Reduced. Over 400 choice Antiques must be sold before the Spring rush sets in. A visit will convince you that our values cannot be equalled in the city. warn Ciaan ! 75-81 Orange St. -1 FOR SALE. HAND made top milk wagon. FREDERICK HOWSHTELD, fl7 7t liasse-tt street. Fort S AI R. FIRST-CLASS marie 4-wheel conl wafr on. FREDERICK HOW8HIELD, fl7,Tt 174 to 206 Bsssntt street SENATE COMMITTEE AFRAID TO FACE MUSIC (Continued from First Page.) 371 Veils. Your dress is not complete without a veil. A veil not only gives a finishing touch, but it makes the hat secure, and protects the face from the sharp winds. ' Colored Mesh VEILING, with small, medium and large dots. , 25c a yard Complexion VEILINGS, 25c, 38c, and 50c a yard. Black VEILINGS, in plain meshes, dotted and two tone, 25c, 38c, and 50c a yard A full line of Chiffon VEILS and VEILING. Long Gloves, The Prevailing Style. - . -. , YOU KNOW THAT WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING IN KID GLOVES from the one and two clasp op to 32 buttons. The new spring suits require the 8, 13, 16 or 20 button gloves, and there is a very limited supply. Our stock is complete, except in 8-button black kids, but we have all sizes in 8-button tan and white gloves. Our special Glace Pique Kid Gloves in one-clasp, all colors, black and white, an excellent $1.25 glove. Our special at $1.10 4 A VITAL ELEMENT of success Is health. Drink Postum Tlieaslopi(5- 1 8 I if Read In TO BE W ELL "The Road to WellvlUe" packages of Postum. LILLIAN MAUD KINO. The funeral of Lillian Maud, twelve- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hor ace A. King, was held from their home, 3 Tryon street, Westvllle, yesterday aft ernoon at 3 o'clock. Rei". Frederick J. Sexton, of St. James' Protestant Epis copal church, Westvllle, officiated. A large number of schoolmates were in attendance. There were numerous floral remembrances. The Interment was In Westvllle cemetery. Stahl & Son had charge of the funeral arrange ments. such property may pass, and no con tract, receipt, rule or regulation shall exempt such common carrier, railroad or transplrtatlon company from the Ha blllty herein Imposed, provided that nothing In this section shall deprive th holder of such receipt or bill of lading from any remedy Or right of action which he now has under existing law. "That the common carrier, railroad or transportation company Issuing such receipt or bill of lading shall be entitled to recover from the common carrier, rauroaa or transportation company through whose negligence the loss damage or Injury shall have been sus taalned, the amount of such loss, dam age or Injury as it may be required to pay to the owners of such property.1 Several amendments were suggested providing for both Inclusion and exclu sion of express companies and propria tary cars under the bill but no action was taken. Senator Foster desires that express companies shall be Included and gave notice that he would call for 1 a vote on such an amendment at the next meeting of the committee. There were also a humber of amendments of fered to section 1 of the Hepburn bill, on the subject of what Is known as Joint Issue. DEATHS. JONKS In this city, Feb. 16. at 84 William- street, Edward C. Jones, ukuu ao years, a momna. 11 nnva Nouco of funeral hereafter. f!7-lt THEO. KEILER Funeral Dlreiop and Kmbalaoft "8 State Street, cor. Elm. BRANCH OFFICE 45S Campbell Avenue. Waat Haven, : MiftXATtrntg almanac . ' FEBRUARY 17. 8 Klses 0:45 Moon Rises H'h Water a m aw 1- o:z? - . 1:67 n. m. Conrlrt Record MARINE. Port al ilnvea. CLEAREtX ' Schr Keystone, Bishop, N. T. Sohr B:in Powell (Br.) Stuart.N.T. ocnr jviyrtjo, Harding, N. Y. SChr J. LlOVd. MflwkrMirp Smith riov. Schr Phoenix, Carter. N. Y. Schr QeorRe and Albert. SVUrnhilil Sip Pilot. Upson, Greenport. EDGEWOOD AVE. $8,300 A ery desirable one-family house of tea larRe rooms. I! nmuallr well built, willi plate glass; hardwood floors; fine piazza; etc location tells its own story. TENTH WARD $6,500 Anyone appreciating good sized rooms would do well to see tbu ten-room, mod ern one-family house. In perfect repair. Good neighborhood. N EAR W.CHAPELST. $6000 A pleasantly situated two-family house of thirteen rooms in excellent renting location. House is In good repair. Eaaj terms made to secure a quick sale. ORANGE STREET $5500 A one family house of eleven rooms in first class condition, with all improve ments, located about a half mile from center of city. Easy terms if desired. Mat word tor each tasortlea, tva canta a word tor a full week, save WANTED. A PATTERN maker. Apply Blgelow , Co., foot of Lloyd St.. nest A SCREW West Haven Building Lots Prices range from 12.00 to $8.00 front foot Size of lot to suit Purchaser. WANTED. CUTTER and flttoi. steady position, address, stating age to Job T. Push. Phiia. Pa. "titX WANTED, by competent cook, good Sternberg's Agency, Si 16 2t SITUATION reference. Church. WANTED. A GOOD waitress. Family of two. Ap ply Iriday and Saturday, Feb. 16 and 17, between 12 uad 2 o'clock at 324 Prospect street. . v no n WANTED FOR U S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED, unmarried men. be ff,aSe 21 and 35; citizens of lmued fatates, of good charuuter and temperate habits, who can speak read and write English. Apply Re cruiting Officer, 89u Chapel street. fnrH. oVoerV, I56 Mal" 8treet. Hart: foSdi10,22 Maln strot. Bridgeport; 199 Bank street.-, Waierbury, Conn. jl-Jno 30 H..V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange 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 Iu he vicinity of the Winchester re peating Am Company's factory, a on ait a tTio-fnmlly house, which can be piiriliiited 011 easy terms. , Honey to loan In auma to anlt. i L. G. HOADLE.Y. Boom $14, Ho. 39 Church Street. WASHINGTON BUILDING. OFFICE OPEN KTENINOS. All good help should call here. Wa a11 the beBt plaoes ana always need ifl.re- i,rv.KAa ci.. . , , , , . a. oimiimu a .tie liable Employment Agency. 763 Chap- l. Open evenings. ml4-tf 8Iif I .JAN'S RELIABLE EMPLOT AGENCY. 763 Chapel St.e.S.' Bt.t-d year1- Larest. best in the etate. Best male and female help for any and all kinds of work. Sent any where. Open evenings. Tel. 2322. w a , 7 A, AUMur-rat notice 7o,B G'adwln has- moved from 102 Orange Street to 902 Chapel Bt. Room No. IU M. Moil.., t..iij,' lhe beat help, also the best place to' Bnd situations, city of country. Houra 8:80 a. m. to to 6 p. m. .,i0J,e Se,e,'t Employment AGKNCT 23 Church Street, Telephone! 1401-1S connections. Largest Agency male and female help supplied for mercantile and domestic service fotf any and all kinds of work. Sent any wer Open evening. ' .-. 'QXXzttlltmwvLS. It. B. AUCTIONEER MALLORT and Appraiser, 1121 Chapel Bt. Telephone 2B60.. House- coio saies a specialty. Orcnge St. Salesroom 141 Patent Stove Brick are Cheapest. ELM ST. B ARG-AIN. Two family house, five rooms each floor and bath, three attic rooms. Fur nace for first floor. Fine barn nil In good condition. Beautiful lot BBx23S. Price $6,200, $1,000 cash. N. S. BLATCHIEY. 69 Church Street MONEY TO LOAN Loans quickly obtained on good Real Estate Security. Interest at 48 or J per cent, according toseeurity offered. Callat Room aio Exchange Bldg., 865 Chapel St. Frederick M. Wars rat ent Stove Brick are Cheapest.g Gardner Morse 4 Son.7 ReaL Estate v and Fire Insurance; tsi chapel ox a 3m WoodbridgeFarm forSale Lars two atory frame bonne run ning water, good karn, lota of trait, brat leoatloa la tka town., Prlea vtry low, OBO. . ' U Halter SaJiaia, LOST. A LARGE yellow and white collie. nine months old. Collar marked E. K. Eaton. 70 Sachem street, Suitable reward if returned to the owner. fl7 It 1 . ' 1 CENTRA!. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE At a baranin to close an eatate. The desirable business property Nob. 879 and 681 State Street, just north of Olive. These premises have a frontage of 60 feet by 1168 ft. deep, a double frame house now standing thereon. For particulars apply to BEECHERS EXCHANGE, f!7 3t 149 Orange- St. FOR SALE. Very desirable building lot,' on Edge wood avenue, near Wlnthrop avenue, facing park. Lot 60 by 160 feet J. C PUNDERFORD ".. 11 Chorea Strtwt. TO LET. DESIRABLE corner oullces, suites, two, three, four or five commodious con necting rooms, one flight up. Unu sual office proposition. 730 Chapel, corner State at. . fl6 ft KiAtjAiNUJji your cneap macmne ror a genuine victor or isaison. sold A. B. Clinton Co. iap Ed 87 Church st. by f7 im The Abagadasset club and the Third Ward Republican club of Waterbury will be represented at the state whist tournament in the Young Men's Repub lican club rooms in this city on Wash ington's birthday. Both organizations held meetings last evening In this city to arrange for the event. ENOS F. DICKERMAN. The funeral of Enos F- Dickerman was held yesterday afternoon at 2:30 from his late residence, 472 Goffe street. Rev. Thomas L. Price, of the Summer field M. E. church, officiated, being as sisted by Rev. Mr. Ford, of the Olivet Baptist church. The floral tributes were profuse and there was a large at tendance. The Interment was In West vllle cemetery. Stahl & Son were then funeral directors. Mr. old. Dickerman was fifty-fo years POSTAL PIlOGllEi,S. Important Public Meeting To-night at Chamber of Commerce Hall. An Important public meeting Is to be .held at Chamher of Commerce hall this evening at 8 o'clock, called under the auspices of friends of postal progress. HOTEL TRAY1YIORE, Atlantic City, N. J. MASSAGE!. Miss Leeke The Expert la Magnetle and Electrical Massage nas parlor at Bl Olive Street. Satisfactory treatment In all branohes of massage. Rheu matism cured. Facial wrinkles and pimples guickly removed at moderate price. Massage taught. Home day and evening. FOR SALR 1.000 act patent Stove Hrlek- - Every aet warranted one yea Orders received 763 STATS STREET. U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE, New Lf . don, Conn., Feb. 13, 1906. The pubifo hearing regarding proposed altera tions In Grand avenue bridge, west branch Mill river, New Haven, Conn., advertised to be held at i p. m., Feb. 10, 1906, at Chamber of Commerce Hall. New Haven, Conn., and post poned to Feb 17. 1906, Is now post poned to March 8, 1906, at same hour and place. C. F. POWELL. Lt. Col. Engrs. Feb. 15, 16, 17, 19, Mar. 2, 3, 6. The hi ll"" - TaUN S LOAN GEORGE W. ADAMS, Attorney-nt-Law, . and Notary Pnbutj 72 CUayel Street., Room 2. All Legal or Business Matters glv Prompt Attention. Accounts and Claims Collected r settled, on reasonable terms and De positions taken, In any part of the U. S. from 6 to 9 p. m. Monday and Saturday evenings. Telthone 1402-4. j One Family House Cottage Street. S7.000 FACIAL MASSAGE MANICURE, CHIROPODY. ( FOR LADIES ONLY 840 CHAPEL ST. Hnblnger building, Room 8, AU blemishes of the face remov-' ed and the complexion beautified. The methods used at Mary E. Lcn gel's establishment lnyariably pro duce the most satisfactory results. As a consequence her parlors are visited dally by appreciative patrons who speak In glowing terms of her successful treatment. Her method of treating the scalp Is wonderful ly successful. The finest line of Hair Goods, Switches, Curls, etc., in the market. Toilet prepara tions of her own discovery, whlon have received the highest endorse ments "f lead'.ns- physicians in I testimonials from scores of ladies who have proved their value, cam be obtained at her rooms.-. N. B. Maalcuring taught Miss 'Leugol will arrange, as heretofore, for appointments, and a competent assistant will render her services to any or all who may call without previous notification. RENTS, FIRE INSURANCE, Honey to Loan, Notary Pnblle City House and Farm (or Bala 14 Cheap Balldlnc Lota, meat Trolley Lino CHAS. A. BALDWIN, Room X 87 Charon St, Hot and cold eea ami fresh water In all baths. Running water In bedrooms- House thoroughly and completely appointed with every known mod em equipment. Seventy-five private taths. Illustrated booklet. Capacity 450. Ur bstrucied view from all rooms. Golf privileges to guests over the fam ous Atlantic City Country Club course. TRAYMORE HOTEL, CO., CHAS. O. MARQUETTE, . D. S. WHITE. Manage?. " President. NOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an execution to me di rected and delivered, I have levied upon the following goods and chattels, to wit: , , One Baby Grand Piano and seat One Steel Sate. One Gold Watch, Chain and Charm. One Scarf Pin (Sapphire and Dia monds). And will sell said goods and chat tels at public auction to the highest bidder, upon the 21st day of February, 1906, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at The Smedley Co Storehouse, 171 Brewery street. In the City of New Ha ven. Attest: RICHARD W. KIRK, . Deputy Sheriff. February 7th, 1906. f 8 -17-20. WHY NOT Call on ma If you wish an un. to-date . ' OFFICE with all uunruuiuiiueB. The heat light and air. No vocal or In strumental music to disturb your thoughts. BENj; K2 ENGLISH, , saa Ckaasi Street. REAL ESTATE. Building lots a specialty. Buy of the owner. EDWARD M. CLARK 19 CHURCH STREET. Washington Building. T White Enameled Iron Beds, Of the continuous post variety, often called "Institution" beds, complete with spring and mat tress, for $5.48, reduced from "$12.50 Other bedsteads, both In whitn and colored, at the followinf re ductions: $2.48, reduced from $4.00. 5.58 reduoed from 9.00. 5.98 reduced from 9.00. 6.50 reduced from 11.60. 7.00 reduced from 12.00. Brass beds of late design and excellent finish note the price j cuts: $18 reduced from $24. i' 21 reduced from 28. 30 reduced from 54. S5 reduced from 60. v f There are others. I BROWN & DURHAM, Complete House Furnishers. $ Orange and Center S!s.