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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1906
5 WW mm For Substantial Money Saving Chances, THURSDAY WILL SURPASS ALL While we shall offer at great reductions some new, fresh, seasonable goods pur chased below regular prices, we shall also make this Thursday a general clean-up day of waifs and strays found in the various stocks prices will be so low that it will pay you to come and share in the values. -Men's Wear A sale of Hen's Socks, lisle thread seamless, with double soles, heel and toes. The best value of the season. Regular pries 19a Thursday 12c 'A sale of Wen's pure-linen hand kerchiefs, full size, 1-4 and 1-2 Inch hems, value 13o. Thursday 9c Infants' Summer Socks In pink, blue, black and white.' Materials are lisle thread and silk, plain and lace. Regular price 26c. Thursday 2 pair 25c Women's Underwear Women's Spring and Summer Un derwear, Including shaped vests, high neck, long sleeves, low-neck, no sleeves, high neck, short sleeves, with knee and ankle pants to match. Special Thursday i2y2 to oOm Corsets 50c High-grade Corsets, all well known makes, not one in the lot made to sell for less than $1.50 and many as high as $3.00. Thursday 50c TABLE LINEN $1.25 Quality $1.05 Extra good, $1.25 a yard Table Li nen, double damask, 72 inches wide, value $125 a yard. Thursday $1.05 ... Women's Gowns Women's Gowns, made of lonsdale and trimmed with hamburg, value $too. Thursday 70 c ' Children's Drawers Children's Hemstitched Drawers, made of extra good cotton, value 12 l-2c a pair. ' 1 ; Thursday lOo Foulardette 10c This beautiful Wash Foulardette is a great favorite for spring ana summer dresses; when made up they look so rich and lustrous that they-oahnot be detected from an all silk foulard, value 12 l-2o. a yard. Thursday 10 c Shore Property. We are headquarters for West Shore property. Fine lots and houses for tla at Burwell s Beach. Woodmont, Pond Point, Fort Trumbull Beach. Soma desirable house and lots at Savin Rock. Fine houses to - rent all along the West Shore. Call and get list of Property and rents. F. D. Shumway. E, LMIeton. Room 302 First National Bank Bldg. L Q. S. Tonic Elixir If overworked, tired, run down, unable to sleep and annoyed by a feel ing of general debility our ELIXIR OF IRON. QUININE and STRYCHNINE! will relieve you. , Iron Is a blood-maker, Quinine la an acknowledged specific for mala ria and Strychnine In minute doses B a most excellent nerve tonic. This preparation. Is not a patent medicine, but made In our own lab oratory in conformity with the U. S. Pharmacopoea and approved toy all physicians. 75c, EOe and 26c, a, bottle. E. L. WASHBURN & CO.1, Manufacturing and Prescription Druggists. 84 Church Street and 61-63 Center St.. New Haven INTERNATIONAL POSTAGE RATE. Two Cents' Proposition of New Zealand Rejected One Change Voted. Rome, May 2. The committee of the International Postal convention now in session here has rejected the proposal of the delegate of New Zealand for the establishment of a universal two-cents' REAL LIVE VALUES -FOR- BASEMENT, THURSDAY. Women's plain black : stock ings, with double soles, sizes 8J to 10. Value 13c, Thursday 9c Children's fine and coarse ribbed stockings, sizes 6 to 9. value 13c, Thursday 9c Men's Socks, plain black, fan cy embroidered and half white soles, value 13c, Thursday 9c UNDERVESTS for stout wo men, sizes 7-8-9, low-neck, no sleeves, value 19c, Thursday 10c Regular size straight vests, low neck, no sleeves, fine ribbed cotton, value 13c, , Thursday 7c EXTRA SPECIAL Men's Cot ton Mercerized Handkerchiefs, full size, value 10c, Thursday 5c each 25c Moreen 19,c Black and Colored Moreens for Skirts and Jacket lining, value 25c. a yard. Thursday 19c Skirt Yokes 10c Orey, Skirt Tokes, perfect fitting, value 15c. each. Thursday 11c t. - Petticoats 86c Black Sateen Petticoats, three dif ferent styles, value $1.25., each, Thursday 86c Women's and Misses' Long Coats $10.00 Those long English Ascot Coats that you see so much worn this sea son In English and Scottish Checks and pialds will be offered Thursday at $10.00 Compare them with what you have seen at $15.00 postage rate. The oroposition was sup ported only by the delegates from Egypt and the United States. A motion of the Japanese to reduce the international postal rate to four cents was rejected by a majority of three. Arthur Bingham Walkley of Great Brkain had presented the same propo sition, which, was abandoned; and in- feplopino- Toilet Paner Large Rolls of Toilet Paper, vXn Bo. a roll, Thursday 3 for 10c Handkerchiefs Jftc Manufacturer's Sample. .Her i splendid opportunity to bur Hem stitched Embroidered Handerohtefs, In linen and Swiss embroidery, also lace and scalloped edg at 1-4 less than regular prices. All sa.rnpt!. of next season's designs of whloh hundreds of merchants have plaea import orders-; all 25c. goods, Thursday 19c Kid Gloves 65c About 200 French Kid and Lamb Gloves, in tans, modes, browns and a few black and white, slightly soiled, value $1.00 a pair, Thursday 65c Dress Trimmings Dress Trimmings In black and Jet galoons, suitable for fixing over last season's dresses and jackets, vshia 25c. to $1.00 a yard, Thursday 10c Black Taffeta 85c Quality 69c 22 inch Black Taffeta, fully guar anteed, value 85c. a yard, Thursday 69c Dotted Swiss 25c Quality 19c Dotted Swiss Muslins, small dots; very desirable for graduation dresses, wedding costumps and con firmation dresses; value 25c. a yard, Thursday 19c Black Dress Goods $1.25 Quality 98c Black Dress Goods, our entire stock of $1.25 a yard black goods, comprising all the most desirable weaves, . . Thursday 98c Panama Cloths $1.00 Quality 79c Colored Panama Dress Goods, In the new shades of grey and green, value $1.00 a yarU, Thursday 79c stead he proposed to maintain the present rate of international postage, but to establish after the 15 grams, a scale of two cents' for every 15 succes sive grams. This was adopted by a majority of one. HOTCHKISS-CLARKE. Pretty Home Wedding in Prospect Yes terday Many New Haven Guests. The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Ho ratio N. Clarke In Prospect was the scene of a very pretty home wedding yesterday morning, when their daugh ter. Miss Laura Elolse Clarke, waa unit ed in bonds of matrimony to Walter B. A. Hotchkiss of Beacon Valley. The marriage took place In the reception room under a canopy of flowers, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. W. H. Garth, rector of St. Michael's I Episcopal church of Naugatuck. The bride, who was given away by her fa ther, was attired In a gown of white silk mull trimmed with Valenciennes laoe and wore a wreath of lilies of the valley and carried a bouquet of simi lar flowers. After the ceremony a wed ding (breakfast was served and the newly married pair received the con gratulations of relatives and friends. The presents were numerous, handsome and costly and contained much chased silverware and many cut glass pieces. Mr. and Mrs. Hotchkiss left last even ing for a wedding trip of a week's dur ation. Among the guests who were present at the ceremony were Frank R. Brown, New York; Mr. and Mrs. How ard Russell, Mrs. Harris, Miss Mague rite Harris, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Gris wold, Miss Caroline Cooke, Seth Bald win. Seth D. Bingham, jr., George B. Hotchki-'s, all of New Haven; Harry H. Schofield and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schofleld, F. F. Schaffer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Clark and family, E. A. Hotchkiss and family, Nauga tuck; the Rev. Mr. Phipps and daugh ter. Mrs. Tyler. Prospect; Miss Susie Goodwin, Waterbury, and George Scho field, New Britain. IMPORTED Havana Cigars UNDERPRICED. INT1MIDAD, YNCLAN, HENRY CLAY, CARVAJAL, ' VENCED0RA, HENRY CLAY, Puritanos, Extra Minervas, Reina Vict. Especial, Perfectos, Dcliciosas, Brevas, 1 FL0R DE CUBA, Exclusivos, H0X DE CUBA, Panelelas, L0LITA, Presciosas, The why, of these cut prices is due to the fact that the goods have been lying overtime in Public Store (Custom , House). If your taste runs only to absolutely new (fresh) Imported Cig r ; this offer may not interest you if you prefer, or don't min , seasor.e 1 Cigars, you can make a good round saving on your Cigar bill. First comers, naturally, will get the choice of colors. flpGTThese Retail prices average over 20 lower than the Havana Tobacco Co. (The Trust) are today getting for these identical brands at wholesale from Dealers. Look over the latest Cigar Price List of any dealer, Wholesale or Retail, in America, and make comparison. " i till (All)' OTIS. l'nii of Juiiiph Jloslln. One of the largest funerals seen here in some time was that of James Hes iin, which was held yesterday morning. Services were conducted at 8:30 at his mother's home at 719 Grand avenue, mil at 9 o'clock a requiem mas was celebrated by Rev. Father O'Brien at St. Patrick's church. The pallbearers were William Dugan, John Cotter, John Shanley, Timothy Grace, George Nor ton, James McAvoy, Patrick McGarrity and William Mlskel. The interment was in the family plot in St. Lawrence cemetery. Over fifty Carriages followed the body to the final resting place. Thomas Dunn had tharge of the fun eral arrangements. ' MIRS. ELIZABETH M'CARTY. The funeral of Mrs. Ellzahelh .Mc carty will be held Jaturdny morning from her late homeTlfl Greene street. Solemn requiem1 htelijmass will be cele brated In St. Patrick's church at- 9 o'clock. Interment will ibe In St. Law renee cemetery. 1 MRS. PA RAH.. U- JUDD. Mrs. Sarah Rawdell, widow of George AV. Judd, dipd.at the home of her sister, Miss Ramsdell at 51 Vernon street, yesterday nortn; Mrs. Jildd was eighty-two years old,. No funeral ar rangements have been made yet. NOTICR TO CONTH ACTORS. SEALED PROPOSALS will be re ceived by the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Orange, Conn,, until three p. m., of Thursday, May 10th, 1906, for the grading and Macadamizing ot a section of road In tlia town of Orange in accordance with the plans and spec ifications approved by the state high way commissioner. Bids shall state the price fer linear foot for finished road complete; the town through its selectmen and the state highway commissioner reserve the right to increase or decrease the number of feet to be improved after the contract la let. All bids must be accompanied by a bond of not less than one-tlilrd of the cost, of the work. Any bidder refusing to sign the contract at the prices of j .i fnrniuli Biiretv roninanv bond or certified check shall be required to forfeit a sum from his bond eaual to uij novt inwpHt Milder. Flans IMU aim uio and specifications may be examined at the olllce or the sseiecimen. hesi rm- of h nfflcfl nf the state veil, L,unu.i "i " ---- highway commissioner in Hartford. The selectmen ana i.n nam ingimnj frmiminsloner reserve the right to re ject any and all bids. Dated at Orange, i;onn., may u, iwj. MALTER A. MATN. EI. FORI) C. RUSSELL, JOSEPH W. GRANNISS. m3 6a Selectmen, Town ol orange. doving Week. v lov about the old car pets; will they answer for the new home? Probably by a little fussing most of them will go, but if you find you must have one or two new ones we can please you. , Probably several new pieces of furniture will be required for the new house. Let us supply them. Did you say there is no range in the new re at? We sell "The Household," built to bake. Do you require new shades for your windows? Our Sunfast Holland al ways pleases. Any house furnishing want supplied at a liberal discount for cash or on easy weekly payments. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Home Furnisher. Orange and Center Sts. PER IOO $11.80 12.20 16.70 17.80 14.30 13.60 87.00 10.70 9.40 finos, THEO. KEILER Funeral Direct or mnt Kmbslmob 4a State Street, cor. Elm.' BRANCH OFFICE 435 Campbell A ten tie, Weet Haven. CHAMPION & CO., F LOR IS TS, 1626 Chapel Street, Entrance Hyperion Theatre. DEATHS. FABRIQUE. In this city, April 30, 11)06, Dudley R., only child of Charles M. and Grace D. Fabrique, aged 8 years, 11 months, 19 days. Funeral services wllll be hold at his parents' home, 20 Stanley street, Thursday afternoon, May 3, 1906, at half-past two. Relatives and friends .are invited to attend. Burial pri vate, ml 2t HIXIATCRC! AV.MAfCAO MAY 3. S Rises 4:47 I Moon Sets I H'h Water S Sots 6:60 I 2:05 6:66 a. m. Conrler Record, MARINO. Tort ot Men Haven. ARRIVED Schr John D. Paige, Mason, Norfolk. Schr Sylvia C. HaH Morgan, Fer nandino. Schr Horace P. Shares. Flynn, Fer- nandlno. Schr Crest, Miller, Greenport, L.t Schr Sarah Jane, Clarkson, Amboy, CLEARED. Schr Nautilns, Beeves, Greenport, L.I. Bohr Onyz (Br.) James, Liverpool, N. S. Schr Resolute, Edward, N. T. Schr Onward. Lynch, New London. Schr Atlas, Max well. Providence. LAWN MOWER Grinding a specialty. Also Horse clip, pers called fof and delivered. Immedl. ate attention to postal. JAS. BARNA CLE, 629 State St.. near Grand Ave. JACOB C. EDWARDS vs. CARRIE O. JOHNSON, Admx.. et a Is. . , New Haven County Superior Court, May 2, 1906. ORDER OF NOTICE. Upon the complaint of said Jacob C, Edwards, praying for reasons therein set forth, for a foreclosure of a mort gage now pending before the Superior Court the first Tuseday, May 180S; It appearing and being found by the subscribing authority that said com plaint relates to certain real estate in which the heirs, representatives and creditors of Harriette A. Johnson, lata of Rockford, Iowa, deceased claim or may claim an Interest and that such persons ought to be made parties to said complaint, pursuant to the stat ute in such cases made and provided, and that the names and residences of such persons are unknown to the Plaintiff; Therefore, ordered, that notice of tho pendency of said complaint be given by publishing this order in the Journal and Courier, a newspaper, printed In New Haven, once on or before May 4. 1906. By order of the Court. JOHN S. FOWLER, Assistant Clerk of the Superior Court for New Haven Countv. Clark, Hall & Peck, 152 Orange street, Counsel for the Plaintiff. m3 It PACKED l20ths, l40ths, l10ths, I 40ths, 1491118, 1IOths,. l80ths, l20lbs, IlOths, Si DAVENPORT AVE. $50 Handsome residence of twelve large '""""i eictim iictti; bu improvements; quiet neighborhood near Howard Ave, " "Li UUU3UK11V 11 u use. AVON ST. $33 A llr-rrvmi tnt .m a r : ....... ... Ucw iwo-iauuiv house with all improvements. Hot air heat, separate rrout entrances. Will be finished May 1st. CARMELST. . $18 A five-room first floor In a .two-family house with modern improvements. Good neighborhood near Whalley Avenue trol ley line, lias a large pleasant yard. ALDEN AVE. $17 A second floor rent of five rooms In a two fimily house with separate hot air heater and all improvements. Neighborhood is excellent and it is on a trolley line. FOR RENT. . FLAT, No. li Brown street, modern improvement., Apply in Whalley avenue. a36 7t FOR SALE. HOUSE and lot. Good 10 per cent In vestment H. 3. Stevens. 916 Chapel Bt. aS tf FOR RENT. STATE Street store, N. L. Garfield, 118 Olive street. m31 tf West Haven Building Lots Prices range from 2.00 to a front foot Size of lot to suit Pur chaser. U V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St FOR SALE. ONB FAMILY HOOSE. TEN ROOMS, MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. NICE YARD AND FRUIT TREES. MAPLE STREET, NEAR SHERMAN AVE. J. C PUNDERF0RD 119 Charon Street. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A farm 9 milea from New Haven, 330 acres, house, J barns, stock, tools, farming implement, steam engine and 25 H. P. Boiler. ' There IS wood enough (200 acres) on the place to more than pay for the farm. The balance of the land under high state ot cultivation. Honey to loan In awn to unit. kg: hoadlky: WASHINGTOir BTJILDIira Room 218, No. SO Church street. Office open evenings. - Gardner Morsa Son.7 Real Estate and Fire Insnranoe. 161 tHPi.L 0 X1. EES tsu Why Not Call on me it you wish an up-to-date OFFICE with all conveniences. Tho best light and air. No vooal or Instru mental muslo to disturb your thoughts. Benj. R. English. I' ' . 3 Chapol I tree t. REAL ESTATE. Building lots a specialty. Buy of the owner. EDWARD M. CLARK It CHURCH STREET. Washington Building. FOR SALE. A MODERN two family house on Or chard street. Contains 12 rooms with bath on each floor. Price S6600. W. D. Judson, Room 402. 902 Chapel St. ORCHARD STREET. Near Bdgewood avenue two family house, 15 rooms, Improvements. Good condition. Lot S3 x 140. Good location and worth the price. N. S. BLATCHLEY. 6S Church Street TWO FAMILY HOUSE MEL ST., $2,500.00 Slants. Mat a war ter each Uarrtlaa, va casta a ward for a tail nee, aerea SITUATION by llrst-class cook. Ger man girl as nurse maid. Competent Jo"",8; Clty references. itl 2789-2 Mrs. Sebald. 62 Court St ' mSH . . WANTED. AGENTS House to house canvassers male or female, for quick sellW household necessity, used up Quickly nfj "rery S011, M Peats', rTr -uun lvlayaer, Hotel tjarile' m3 1t boiler etc. Apply at office lofi Chapel street. m3 SIyFJ as'tr,aU"S3'or housework. ,," ,v-'" JranK street. tft k' ,b,est cU reference. Call atter two o'clook. mj TO A mTnm of , wZ0unF man V, tak8 th care i" """is nimsetl general- ly useful. 73 Pearl St. m2 2tt WANTED. ' EXPERIENCED two needle sewin machine operators. sti "VzS Strouse, Adler & Co., 60 Court St. ' a30 6t "LTth 0fa steady- MUabU place with some ehnnno nf oi,.n ... . " an honest, temperate young man with rirst-class references; ' ht rorke.d 0n, deilvery teams and is wil WfSo! 10 CUy- Add4sB ford- 8 Ma,n street, Hart &VnWe Wu?y:tert! jl-ine 30 su?Dld,hnI,PKS0Uld oa hr. We 3 " best places and alway! llabVS&J, numbars. Sleeman's Re liable Employment Agencr. 763 Chao el. Open evenings. mlf-tf Btate Bf S Laret beBt m the any ann -ii an.d femaIe he'P whM nS" klnds of work. Sent any. Where. Open evenings. Tel. 2323 . Jonei Select KmuIOTmeat A(lFo?C 23 Chuch Telephone H01-12 connections. Largest Affenp male and female help suWlleT fo mercantile ana domestic T service foe wer. Open evening GEQRGE W. ADAMS, Attorney-at-Law, and Notary Publlo Office 792 Chapel St., Room 2 New Havea. Residence, 225 Park at., We.t Haven. AH Legal or Business Matters given Prompt Attention. B Accounts and Claims Collected or settled, on reasonable terms and De positions taken, in any part of the U a General Practioe in all Courts. Telephone. .. HAIXORY AUCTIONEER and Appraiser. 1123 Chapel St Telephone 23C0.. House bold sales a specialty. (Salesroom 141 Or-nge St. a4.t , , . , MASSAGE. MIm Leeke The Expert In Magnetlo and Electrical Massaste , has parlor at 91 Olive Street Satisfactory treatment In all branches of massage. Rheu tnatlsrh cured. Facial wrinkles and pimples quickly removed at moderate price. Massage taught Home day and evening. COR SALE 1,000 aet patent Starts Brick Every aet warranted one Teat Orders received 763 STATE) STREET, Patent Stove Brick are Caaaaeat.. MONEY TO LOAM Loans quickly obtained on Real itate Security. Interest at llA or oer t cent, according to security offered. Call at -Room aio Exchange Bldg., 86j Chapel St. - Frederick M. Ward ' District ot New Haven, ss. Probatel Court, April 80, 1906. ESTATE OF JAMES D. DEWELL. lata of Now Haven, in said District de ceased. ' The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six months from the data hereof for the creditors of said de ceased to bring in their claims against said estate. Those who neglect to ex hibit their claims within said time will be debarred. , All persons Indebted to said estata are requested to make immediate pay ment to HENRY C. SHELTON. CHARLES K. DEWELL. ml 3t Administrators, c. t. a. District of New Haven ss. Probata Court, , May 2, 1906. ESTATE OF LUCIUS S. LUDDINGTON. late of New Haven, In said District, deceased. Ernest H. Crawford, administrator, c. t.a., having made written application for an order authorizing and empower ing him to sell and convey certain real estate of said deceased as by said ap plication on file in this Court more fully 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 9th day of May, 1906, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, and that publio notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be given by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a circulation In said District. LIVINGSTON W. CLEAVELAND, . m3 3t Judge, District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, May 2d, 1906. ESTATE OF JAMES B. MUNSON. late of New Haven, in said District, de ceased. Thomas J. Riley of New Haven, hav ing made written application praying "that administration of said estate may be granted, as by said application on file in this Court more fully appears. In ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 11th day of May, 1906, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time anil 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 sa!1 District. By the Court, GEORGE W. CRAWFORD. tt3 8t Clerk.