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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, (FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23; 1906.
rTHHlllWllTliTlMliill Hill illi Illl Ql ill I II i i II mi III! i in m m - umm m ,mm . r t. You Cannot They're the concentration o Thursday's and Friday's specials for one day, due, of course, to the holiday on Thursday. .These really neea no mtroauction. Sheets. 63x90 Seamless Cotton, one of the best grades, worth 60c. Friday at 49c. 72x90 Seamless Cotton, a sroed heavy weisrht material. Worth 89c i each. Friday at 49c. Pillow Cases. 45x36 Pillow Cases, fine grade of cotton Worth 14c. Friday at 10c. Suitings. Cheviot Suitings in dark and me dium colors. Just the thintr for skirts and children's wear. Worth 12$c a yard. Friday at 7 He a Yd. Silks. White Habuti Wash Silks. 27-in. wide, extra good quality. This will be all the rage this spring. Worth 45c a yard. Friday at 31c Yd. " v , Wash Goods. f Checked Suitings, 86 inches wide, In blue and white, green and white, and brown and white. Worth 29c a yard. Friday at 1 3c a Yd. Towels. Heavy, soft finish, absorbant, Honey Comb and Fancy Huck Tow els, sizes '24x46. Regularly 12$c ea. Friday at 8c each. Dress Goods. 50-inch Sicilian, in wine, navy, royal and green. Regularly 69e yd. Friday at 42c a Yd. Dress Goods.' All-wool Shallies in plain colors; good assortment t choose from. Worth 39c a yard. Friday at 25c a Yd. Black Goods. Popu'ar Black Mohairs with fancy figures, worth 69c a yd. Friday at 29c a Yd. g . Handkerchiefs. Children's Initial Handkerchiefs, 8 in a fancy box. Were great val ues at 17c a box. Friday at 1 0c a box. ; Petticoats. Two styles of mercerized and light weight petticoats with wide umbrella flounce; trimmed with small ruffles- Were 89c. Friday at 53c. Women's Neckwear. Embroidered lace and tailored neck wearodd pieces that were 25c ea. Friday at 9c. A Removal Sale in the Shoe Dept. ' We have decided to move the Shoe Department to the Main Floor. Before we do this, we would like to clear up all stock so that we may start a-fresh in the new department. To do this will necessitate clearing out many hundred pairs of shoes and 2,000 pairs of rubbers. There is absolutely no reason why the prices should be reduced for the goods are tip-top and the styles could not be better. However, our new department will benefit by having nothing to carry over. So here are the items that we will place on sale beginning Friday morning z,UUU pairs oi rubbers ol The styles are opera cut and These have been selling at 400 Pairs of Women's $3.50 Shoes, $1.95 Pair. One style of common sense, but ton with plain toe. Two styles of vici kid lace with kid or patent tips. Four styles of patent colt, 3 lace and 1 button. 400 Pairs of Children's $1.25 and $1.50 Shoes at 95c a Pair. A lot of shoes for boys' misses and children. Ordinarily they are good values. Great bargains at this price. Afford to Miss These just leoK tnem over. 1 hey Just 2 Miles of Will be offered on Fri day at Startling Prices. .- It so happens that the num ber of yards contained in the following list, figures up ex actly 3520 in other words, 2 even miles. It will pay you women who need ribbons now or for future needs to come here and run down a few blocks of this special ribbon. The distance is short, so come early and get a good start. Wash Ribbons. Exactly 1595 yards of wash ribbons in white, light blue and pink have been specially priced as follows No. 1, 19c a piece of 10 yds. No. 1J, 25e a piece of 10 yards. No. 2, at 4c a yard, or 85c a piece of 10 yards. No. 3, at Be a yard, or 45c a piece of 10 yards. No. 5, at 6c a yard, or E5c a piece of 10 yards. Black Taffeta Ribbon. 725 yards of Black Taffeta Ribbon, 5i inches wide, very good heavy quality, a ff worth 35c a yard. I "C On Friday, at 1 Colored Satin Ribbon. 1200 yards of colored satin taffeta, 4 inches wide. Comes in white, light blue, pink, mais, and old blue. This rib bon is worth 39c a A i avard. but will be 1 Mf offered on Friday, at Men's Shirts. A choice of any of our $1.00 or $1.50 colowd bosom shirts. Fine madras and percale: excellent pat terns; many coat shirts; all sizes. Regular price, $1.00 and (1.60. Friday at 78c. Union Suits. Women's ribbed union suits with high necks, long sleeves; ankle length. Were $1.00. . Friday at 50c. Ruffled Bobinette Curtains. 60 pairs with insertions and edge of beautiful renaissance in cluny and fiine dainty effects, made of best English net 24 yards long. Worth $2.00 to $2.89. Friday at $.1.55 a Pr. Women's Hose. Black ingrain cotton hose with Maco split sole, spliced heels and toes. Our regular 25c stocking. Friday at 1 5c. Drawers. Extra good quality of muslin drawers with wide umbrella flounces and clustered tucks. Our regular 25c drawers. Friday at 1 6c nrst quality, made by Uandee the storm rubbers. All 55c. and 60c. Sale price, I $1.25 and $1.75 Shoes for Young Folks, $1.15 Pr. A lot of shoes for infants, child ren and mis Bes. Patent colt with kid or cloth tops; button or lace. Women's $1.50 Juliettes at $1.1 9 a Pair. Women's juliettes and house shoes just a small lot of 100 pairs. Women's $1.25 to $2.00 Slippers at $1.1 9 a Pair. These are 1, 2 or 3 strap sandals in vici kid or patent leather, with French, Cuban or Common Sense heels. Ribbons L 0 re all money-savers. Soaps. The "Copco" soap that sells regularly for Ec. Friday, 3 for 1 0c. The "Pumix" soap that sells regularly for 6c. Friday, 2 for 5 c. Tooth Brushes. ' A lot of good, strong tooth brush es, worth 25c and 29c. Friday at 1 5c. Shoppihg Bags. Net Shopping Bags in black and brown. These are good, heavy bags that have been selling regu larly for 25e. Friday at 1 7c. Shirt Waist Patterns. These are stamped to embroider on linen or lawn, newest designs, for French embroidery or shadow work. $2.25 patterns for $1.50. $1.50 patterns for $1.00. Chocolate Caramels. That fine, new candy department in the basement offers the regular 25c chocolate cafmsls, Friday, 2 lbs. for 25c. $2 White Lawn Waists, $1. New white lawn waists with en tire fronts of embroidery in stripes and figures; lace stock attached to waist with pretty beading; deep tucked cuff. Regularly $2.00; Friday at $1.00. Net Waists. A number of new waists made of fine meshed net with back and front yokes of Normandy Val. lace. Stock and cuffs on elbow sleeves of Ger man Val. lace, made over Japanese silk; button in back. Regularly $5. Friday at $2.90. A Special lot of Back and Side Combs. Here is a special lot of back and 'side combs in shell and amber col ors. There is not one in this lot that is worth less than 25c, and most of them are our regular 5Cc combs. Now listen to the price Friday at 19c Kid Gloves. Two-clasp glace kid gloves in col. ors, white and black; slightly soiled in showing; were 79c and $1.06 a pr- Friday at 47c Umbrellas. 26-inch Union Taffeta Umbrella with steel rod, paragon frame and an assortment of handles, including pearl gun metal, horn and natural wood. Always Sold for $1.50. Friday at 97c and Goodyear. sizes and widths. JpJv Odds and Ends at Reduced Prices. Black, tan or white silk Oxford laces, 80 inches long and 1J inches wide. Worth 25c. Sale Price, 1 2t each. Wemen's misses' and children's lambs wool soles. Regularly 25c. Sale Price, 11c Men's larly 35c, lambs wool soles. Kfgu- Sale Price, 1 8c, KNOX PRESENTS HIS RAILROAD RATE BILL (Continued from First Page.) to make this right of repayment certain and effective." Anottier section relating to appeals follows: "Section 9. That in all proceedings arising under this act in which the United States or the inter-state com merce commission is a party, an ap peal from the final decree of the circuit court shall be only to the supreme court and must be taken within thirty days from the entry thereof. No appeal shall operate as a stay or supercedes of the decree appealed from." Mr. Foraker gave notice of a speech for next Wednesday on the rate ques tion. The remainder of the day was devot ed to listening to the reading of Wash ington's farewell address by Mr. Mc Creary and the consideration ol the hazing bill. Recent developments at the naval academy were discussed at considerable length and the hazing bill was passed Just before adjournment. ' The bill gives authority to the sec retary of the navy to dimslss at any time a midsoipman whose presence he considers for any cause contrary to the best Interests of the service, but the accused has the right to demand . a court martial. It repeals the existing law regarding the dismissal of midship men found guilty of hazing; gives au thority for courts martial for hazing under certain conditions and authorizes graduation sentences under the acts of June 23, 1874, and of March 3, 1903; re quires all instructors and officers at the naval academy to report offenses to the superintendent and defines hazing as "the unauthorized assumption of au thority iby one midshijian over anoth er." It had been expected that Mr. Dick would conclude his statehood speech, but he did not find opportunity to do so- The senate adjourned until Mon day. REAL ESTATE DEALS. Quitclaim Deeds. Max Adler, executor, to Michael Goode, 52 feet, Chapel street, relea sing $2,5000 mortgage. Estate of Esther H. Levi to Michael J. Goode, 62 feet on Chapel Street, re leasing $8,000 mortage, . Jamas P. Bree to Fannie Fleischman et al., 24 Myrtle street. Henry Gorham to Kate Steele Cam po, No. 80 Watson street; 10 feet, Or chard street, $425. Jennie It Myers to Michael J. Goode, 62 feet on Chapel street, releasing her Interest In a mortage of $8,000. , Julia F. Peck to Horace D. Dykeman, 4(!3 feet Fountain street. Henry H6adlSy" et al. to Edwti'rd'M. Bradley, 106 feet, Edwards street. Jacob B. TJllman to Alexander S. Miller, 42 feet, William street. Amelia C Miller to Jacob B. Ullman, 42 feet, William street. Elizabeth Tllllnfrhast to Michael Barkeio, 36 feet, Dixwell avenue. Patrick Mo". Glnty to Abraham Mc Gln'ty, 56 foet.'.'State street- Thomas O'Brien' to Sarah Goldstein 29 feot Broad street. Mary E. Dillon to Jane G. Kenna, 29 feet, Grand avenue. Helen T. Curran, executor, to Thom as O'Brien, 100 feet, Palmer street. Oliver White, trustee, to Ellen Mc Cormack, 60 feet, Ashmun street. J. It. Bradley'to Gertrude Stevens, 200 feet, Edgewood avenue. Ellen T. Monahan to Grace D. Bald win. 38 Bright Street. James McDonald to C. H. Rudolf, 25 feet, Davenport avenue. Jacob Elman to Terrcnce Donohue, 31 feet State street. Talcott Russell to Henry Hall, 100 feet Adeline street. Andrew Moorhend et al'. to Ella Smith, 40 feet, Brownell street. G. H. Bishop to Warner D. Judson, 30 feet, Market street. Bartholomew Muloahy to Warner D. Judson, 30 feet, in Market street-, Patrick J. Cronln to Thomas W. Corbett, 51.79 feet, Ashmun street; 48.10 feet, Ashmun street; 60.11 feet, Ashmun street, $4,559.42. The General Hospital society of Con necticut to Tiie Register Publishing Company, 45 feet,. Crown street. 'Roderick D. Barney, ex., to Eliza beth Sheldon Tllllnghast, 20 feet, Gregory street. Louisa M. tocum to Elizabeth Shel don Tllllnghast. Albraham L. Starln to Simon Persky, 80 feet, Stevens street. Mortgage Deeds. Charles Stevens to Frederick Reiser, 161 reft. Morris street, $7,000. Harry Hoppman to Oliver White, 151 Ashman street; $2,500- Harry Hoppman to Ellert McCor- mack, 151 Ashmun street; $200. Max Adler, executor, to Michael J. Goodp, $300; 62 feet, Chapel street. Michael Barbato to Amelia aw, 36 feeit, Dixwell avenue; $500. Michael Barbato to Elizabeth Tllllng hast, 36 feet, Dixwell avpnue; $312. Harriet J. Fitzgerald to Frank Fris- blc, SO feet, Whalley avenue; $,00. R. E, Judd to estate of I A. Prlth, 40 feet, Williw street. Mnry Llnde to Johanna Linde, 35 feet, Congress avenue. John Irwin et ux., to Catherine H. Rudolf, 25 feet, Davenport avenue. T. D. Donahue to H- H. Carrlngton, 31 feet, State street. John P. Daley et ux., to Welbel Brewing Co.. 65 feet, Columbus avenue, John P. Daley ft ux., to Connecticut Savings bank, 65 feet, Columbus ave nue. Rosa Feldnian to Samuel Nathanson, 40 fee't, Gold street. Charles C. Stevens to National Sav ings bank, 110 feet, Congress avenue $5,000. Angelo Porto to Connecticut Savings bank, 50 feet in Columbus avenue; 100 feet in Lafayette street; $3,500. Caroline Hellman to New Haven Sav- (Continucd on Sixth Page.) Inre Food I.bith trill not lnterferft with BURNETT'S VANILLA. No state board has ever questioned its purity. Always Remember the Full .Name M Quaiiiie J tVt iv. Crfola 2 Dcvs S&yT a axaave Mronso fc me LOW HATES TO CALIFORFXA.. From February 14 to April 6, inclu sive, the Lehigh Valley railroad will sell tickets, New York to San Francis co, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle and all other Important points on the Pa cific coast, at rate $50. Berth in sleep er, accommodating two persons, $9, Choice of routes. Full particulars by addressing A. J. Simmons, G. E. P. A., 355 Broadway, New York. IFttJtrtstcrtis. Sec Eggs! Eggs! Eggs! Strictlv Fresh Litchfield County Eggs, 25 cents per dozen. 4 dozen for $1.00. The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 Chapel Street. At our Confectionery Department. fancy Mixed Chocolates 18c lb. Fancy Preserved Strawberries. 2-lb. can 15c. Salted Peanuts. 12c lb. Fresh Connecticut Eggs. From Guilford, 25c doz S. S. ADAMS, Cor. Stats and CouV Streets. 899 Howard Ave.,143 Rosetta St.. 74 5 Grand Ave., 258 Davenoort Ave. 604 Howard Ave. 7 Shelton Ave., 155 Lloyd St. - HART MARKET CO. LYMAN LAMB Now on Sale. Guilford fresh killed Broilers. Our celebrated brand of milk fed Roasting Chickens. Our own make of Sausage Meat. Also the Spareribs from Home Killed Pork. 180 TEMPLE STREET TELEPHONE. 443 What You Want a POTATO To Be. WHITE DRY MEALY nnd to hnve the GENUINE POTATO FLAVOR. Otira Imvc nil theie nunllHea. 300 Bushel Fane? Natlive Stock Just Received. Another ulilpmrnt of Rock Ledge In (linn Hlver ORANGES direct from the H. A thiuflcld urove. We're J nut tapped another barret ol thnt Uellelou New Orleans Molasses, TO All RIVE I The Dr. Johnson unucator lonsiettes. E. E. Nichols, 378 State Street. ' WE CANNOT TELL. A LIE!!! We simply couldn't b?cause our good name is a business asset which we val ue too highly to make any misrepresen tations, either about the quality of the meats we sell or the prices we charge. Why make Washington Birthday a gloomy affair by serving your family with tough, Julceless meat? LYMAN LAMB - The choicest late Fall Iamb fatted Is what Lyman stands for. Try some chops and be convinced that they are positively better than chops from wes tern lambs. Southern green vegetables. Native white mealy potatoes. DIETTER BROTHERS. Tel. 1391-2 43 Grove. cor.Orange St en every WOMENS PUMPS. Our line of Women's Pumps in Patent Leather, Gun Metal, White Canvas, White Gibson Tie, White Kid, are now complete. Should you contemplate a trip South, let us attend to your footwear. STORE CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY. ONLY GOOD SHOES TheNewHaven Shoe Co.. 842 and 840 Chapel Street. 2 Doz. Eggs for 25c. To-day.. We offer 2 doz. Eggs for 25c. Fresh laid Eggs 20c per doz,. , . , - Prepared Pancake Flour No better on the market, makes, delicious pancakes, a large 12 i-2c package for 5c. Remember the price only 5c per package. Fresh Killed Poultry. We have fresh killed Turkeys, Chickens, and Fowl, and the price is reasonable, quality considered. Fresh Kale and Spinach Very nice Spinach 25c Canned Peas We have a bargain iri Imported Peas at 12 and 15c per can, Dotn good value, have them at 8, io, 12 make a mistake buying Maine Sweet Corn A high grade Sweet Corn at ro and 12c per can. D. M. WELCH & SON, Fair Haven 28-30 Congress Ave West Haven A Golden Opportunity. Out of a bakery peculiarly "homemade" comes Gold Cake at 1 8c a loaf, SPECIAL for Friday and Saturday, A Candy offer, for the same days, that for 19c a pound, SPECIAL, is a sure winner; assortment of high class Chocolates and Bon Boils. Table Preserves. An imported Orange Marmalade made by Keil ler & Sons of Dundee, Scotland. In glass jars (a standard preserve). Price cut to 22c a jar for Friday and Saturday. Sellers of all that's best in Groceries. Provisions and Table Delicacies. BOSTON GROCERY CO. EASILY MIXED Quickly baked, really relished- Grandma's Pancake Flour Took great skill to bring rice, corn and wheat to that point of Pancake Perfection. Ask your grocer. Kid, Blue and Pink per pk., Kale 20c per pk. in Domestic Canned reas wef and 15c per can. You cannot; any grade. ' I . ( LEGS OF LYMAN LAMB 20c A POUND. THE R. R. ISBfT CO 49 Elm St., Cor. Churca. Tel. 871 ' Branch Store, IT6 Edgawood Ava Tel. 26-X ' Cures e Cold la OaeDy, Crip w2 Bays yTW00 bos. 2Sc