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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. JTIIURSDAY MAY. 1 3 1906.
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With the grim determination of making this the greatest Thursday of thi3 great sale, we offer a list
of specials, unsurpassed in the annals of New Haven merchandising. Profits have not been considered.
In fact, costs have been disregarded in our effort to supply a remarkable list, which shall help us to
continue the disposal of the stock now in our house. The Receiver's Sale hai a limited time to live, and
we must move lively while we still have time to turn the merchandise into cash.
Practically Every Price in our Store has been Reduced
There are a few exceptions, such as restricted products. We'd reduce these, too, only the makers
would refuse to sell us again; and that wouldn't do.
So follow the crowds and take advantage of the unusual, while the unusual lasts. No U3e putting off
and regretting later, when it's too late. Buy now ! Opportunity is knocking at your door. Answer
the summons, for savings are now as they never were before and as they may never be again.
15 Per Cent. Reduction on Refrigerators. Just Think of it !
The greatest itjm of all, for Thursday's selling, will be a reduction on Refrigerators and Ice Chests. It's
right at the beginning of the season, when these things always bring full prices. But that fact cannot be
helped at a time like this. So here go all of our fine refrigerators the "North Star" and the "Indiana",
two of the most reliable makes in the world. We have the various sizes and shapes in the newest models,
for all of these just arrived here a few weeks ago. Prices range from $4.75 upwards.
Take your choice of any; and deduct 15 per cent.
2Hc Corset Covers at 5c.
Corset Covers of extra good quality muslin.
These come in both high and V shaped necks and
have extra long waists. Well-made with nicely
finished seams. These corset covers are
Worth 12Je, but we otter them on ihurs
day, as a Receiver's Sale special at
$1 . 89 Ruffled Curtains, $1 .1 9.
Ieu2&iit Curtains, 2i yards long, with
Very full ruffles. These curtains come in about
eight ditferent patterns, an very nanasome, wim
affective insertions and edges, ihey are worm,
wsrii ar v. $1.89 a naif. Un Tfturs-
dav we offer them, as a Receiv
er's Sale special at
iney arc wui ui,
$1 .1 9
75c Gowns at 59c.
Five verr pretty styles of Women's Gowns,
made of extra good material, with wide yokes
formed of embroidery insertion. Have necK ana
sleeves trimmed with pretty embroidery. These
excellent gowns are worth 75c, but we K
offer thm, on Thursday, as an extra J jf
.special at -
Lamps at 25 Per Cent. Off.
If you expect to furnish a summer cottage, you
won't be able to do without lamps. So this a
mighty timely offer. This lot includes our entire
stock brass lamps, glass lamps, porceiam lamps.
copper lamps, onyx lamps,
etc. You may choose any
one and deduct just
5, porceiam lamps,
- 25
25c and 50c Jewelry at 4c.
The Receiver's Sale demands that ,we clear out
the Opal jewelry. Therefore, the remainder of
our big stock, which are set with genuine opals,
come in many handsome designs, and are m
worth from 25c to 50c, will be offered, on
Thursday, at the ridiculous price of -
$3.00 Umbrellas at $1.50.
Men's 28 inch umbrellas, of fine "Rainproof"
silk, the most reliable of the high-class silks.
These umbrellas have steel rods, paragon frames
and come in plain boxwood or handsome silver
trimmed handles. Regularly
worth $3.00, but offered as a
Thursday special at
handsome silver
$1.50
35c Ribbon at 19c yd.
This lot consists of three styles of Dresden Rib
bon, each style in half a dozen different color com
binations. It is 4 inches wide and of remarkable
pretty design, some with satin edge and A f
some plain. This sells regularly at 35c
a yard. Thursday special at
$2.50 to $3.50 Shoes at $1.00
Women's Vici Kid and Patent Colt Shoes, but
ton and lace. Have patent leather tips and plain
toes: Cuban, medium and common sense heels.
All new styles in sizes from 2i to
7 and widths from A to E. Worth
$2.50, $3 and $3.50. Thursday, at'
$1.00
Men's 50c Scarfs at 21 c.
A lot of Men's Four-in-Hands in an exceptional
range of styles. Many are of figured silks, while
others are solid colors, with a number of the sty
lish greens and greys among them. A
These are full French, 2J in. , scarfs, jr. I lj
and are regularly 50c. Thursday, at
12c Printed Muslins at 6c.
2500 yards of Printed Muslim in small and large
floral designs and polka dots. Also several hun
dred of French Novelty Voiles in plain checks
and overshort effects. These are the regu- f
lar 12Jc Muslins, offered on Thursday, in l)C
the basement, at -
12c Dress Ginghams at 6c.
3000 yarcb of Dress Ginghams in plaids, checks
and stripes. Also many Plain Chambrays in pink,
navy, blue, grey, light blue, green, etc. The
very best makes, including Bates, Toile 1p
de Noir and Red Seal. Regular price is
12ic a yard. Thursday, at
$1.50 and $1.75 Waists, 79c.
A limited number of fine Lawn Waists, made
with square yoke of embroidery and lace, tucked
in front and back. Have lace trimmed cuff and
stock; short sleeves; button in back. These are
mighty pretty waists and sell, regu
larly at $1.50 and $1.75. Thursday, ZQ
at - -
$7.50 Covert Coats at $3.97.
These are full satin lined Covert Coats, made of
fine tan covert. They are tailor-made on fitted
model, and are very effectively strapped. These
come in sizes from 36 to 44 only
and would sell, regularly, for
$7.50. Offered on Thursday at
$3.97
The Half Price Sale of Art Needle
Work Continues on Thursday.
BO per cent, discount on all Art Needlework. Just
think of this offer ! Pin Cushions, Fancy Work Bags,
Cravat Holders, Bureau Scarfs, Pin Cases, Calendars,
Hair Receptacles, Laundry Bags, Post Card Cases,
and so on, all offered at just
Half the Marked Prices.
$25 to $40 Suits at $12.49.
Just 12 handsome Suits of Broadcloth and
Panamas, in rose, lavender and heliotrope. They
are mostly sample suits on very pretty tailored
models. Made of best materials with silk'
lined jackets. Worth from
$25.00 to $40.00. Thursday,
at -
$12.49
5c Sand Soap at 2c a Cake.
"Pride of the Kitchen" Soap and Mineral and
Kitchen Sand Soap, acknowledged by most house
wives to be a most superior scourer and cleanser
and a very useful article, and which usually
sells for 5c a cake, will be offered on Thurs-f
day, in the basement, at - - "'v'
50c Lisle Stockings at 27c.
Women's black lisle stockings, beautifully em
broideret in about ten different patterns. The
designs are worked in pink, blue, lavender and
white. Also combinations of white , r tm
with other colors.- Some lace' in this T. C
lot. Worth 50c. Thursday, at - ; f '
$1.37 and $1.50 brae Scts,67c
About five different patterns of fine Collar and
Cuff Sets. Come in Baby Irish, Venise and
batiste combinations. These are very popular
just now for use with the shirt waist 2M
suits. They sell regulary for $1.37 rl f
and $1.50 a set. Thursday, at - w V(
5c to 8c Laces at 2c a Yd. I
A large assortment; of new laces is included at
a very special price for Thursday. The lot in
cludes Torchon, Val. and Fancy Laces, Edges, In
sertions and Beadings, that sell, regu- ,
larly, from 5c to 8c a yard. On Thurs
day, we offer them at - ,
55c Table Damask, at 39c yd.
Five striking new patterns in heavy-weight,
mercerized, ' bleached Table Damask, 66 inches
wide. The patterns are very handsome conven
tional flower designs, and the damask 'y g
is made by one of the most reliable jffl
mills. Regularly 55c a yd. Thursday,
12c Nainsook Checks, 6c yd.
Very good quality Nainsook Checks for aprons
and children's dresses. The patterns are the
neatest we have seen plain cross-bars, bars
broken with plaids and clustered small
checks. Thi3 sells regularly at 12ic a yard, flC
but we offer it as a special on Thursday at
PUMPS.
Pumps are the proper footwear. As the
weather warms up the demand will greatly
increase. ' : ..
; Men's $3.50, $5.00, $5.50. Patent Calf,
Patent Colt, Gun Metal.
Women's $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $5.50. Pat
ent Calf, Patent Colt and Gun Metal.
ONLY GOOD SHOES
n ff b . .
y HEIvEWnAVEPJ
Shoe Co.
842 and 46 Chapel Street.
Fresh Vegetables.
We have New Potatoes, Cucumbers, String Beans
New Cabbage, Bermuda Onions, Radishes, Rhubarb,,
Lettuce, etc. AH at very reasonable prices.
Strawberries, . , .
A few nice Strawberries for Friday at 17c per basket.
Fresh Killed
Fowl, very nice Chickens and Turkeys. They will suit ,
you in quality and price. '
Baking Beans.
A bargain in very nice Baking Beans, 4 qts. for 25c.
Canned Fruits and Vegetables. A very nice line of each at
very low prices.
D. M. WELCH & SON,
Fair Haven 28-30 Congress Ave West Haven
The Call
For Good Coffee.
35c a lb.
, Our own special blend, best Java and Arabian Coffee.
We rank it first.
35c a lb.
Chase & Sanborn's "Seal Brand" Mocha and Java
Coffee. Standard article.
35c a lb. ,
"Yale Seal Brand," a new blend of Java and Mocha
Coffee a worthy rival of "the best"
The foregoing "three" gives you a choice of flavors
in unexcelled quality for the price. '
At 30c a lb., ."Sphinx Brand" Coffee leads. At 25c
a lb. "Hermitage Coffee" takes the palm.
BOSTON GROCERY COMPANY,
TELEPHONE 535 AND 536.
WELCH SCHOOL IS NOW IN1 GRAM-
MAR LEAGUE.
All the gumes which wer scheduled
or played by the Grammar School j
league last Saturday have been thrown j
out. They resulted in a mlx-up, and '
as a resul.t the East Havens have 'been
dropped from the league. The Orange
street school was ready to play its
games when it learned that Crane's lot,
where the matches were to take place,
haii been bought by' .the local T. M. C.
A., and therefore was not tu;cessib'.e
for the matches.
The East Havens made no attempt to
show up for their games, and as a re
sult It was decided .to drop that team
from the league. At a special meeting
of the league It was voted to Install the
Welch school in the place of the East
Havens for the remainder of the sea
son, The games which were to be play
ed last Saturday 'will be scheduled for
Memorial day. The Orange street
school has selected Baker's lot for the
remaining games of the series. The
league season will coniinue until th9
first Saturday in June, when the wind
up is scheduled.
Shake off the grip of your old enemy,
Nasal Catarrh, by using Ely's Cream
Balm. Then will all the swelling and
soreness be driven out of the tender,
inflamed membranes. The fits of sneez
ing will cease and the discharge, as of
fensive to others as to yourself, will b .
cured when the causes that produce It
are removed. Cleanliness, comfort and
health renewed by the ue of Cream
Balm. Sold by all druggists for 60
cents, or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 War
ren street, New York.

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