We have the broadest
assortment Too many
kinds to hope to show
you even half of them,
but to fail to find exactly
what you want is un
thinkable. - .
SUITS with all the style
and up-to-date-ness of
suits that jcpst double the
price black, navy, and
the fashionable gray.
SUITS that will charm
you for quality, style and
were sold today to cus
tomers from big cities
near here. They appre
SUITS that you'll go a
long way to duplicate.
Materials are choice, ex
clusive, and cannot be
found in other stores at
any price. We are very
proud of them. Come
and see them I
Just from the maker. He
is making up some of his
highest grade materials,
in these nobby and use
ful COATS. There is
nothing of that common
"sameness" about them.
They appeal - at once to
you. Fine assortment in
girls' and misses' sizes
25c to $1.25
Hits abundant new stock of
ours contains all of the season's
smart styles In One hosiery.
Everything In plain colors,
fancy embroidered, gauze lisle,
, plain white embroidered In all
sorts of pretty patterns.
Beautiful quality silk stock-,
Ings , In plain white and plain
' black, 'some with the lisle soles.
$1.25 to $3.(
Sale tf 60c stockings all day
35c a pair
It Is a clearing out sale of
odds and ends of different lines
.that we will not have any more
For Graduation Dresses.
Rand woven Batiste Is partic
ularly well adapted for gradua
' tion dresses; It Is a material
that will make a stylish gradua
tion dress, or serviotable sum
mer dress, 54 Inches wide, a yard
WELL NEW HAYEN AGAIN!
BLUES ADMINISTER ANOTHER
VEFEAT TO SPlllXGFIELV.
Ponies Could Do Nothing With Young
N'olte Waterbury Keeps tip Winning
Face -Holyoke Succumbs to Orators
and Norwich Defeats Hartford Yale
Has Narrow Escape at Exeter.
Springfield, May 4. New Haven hit
Luby freely to-day and the homo team
was beaten, 6 to 2, as It could do noth
ing with young Nolte, Both teams
played well In the field, aside from rank
muffs by Eobarge and Sherwood. The
score: . .
r. lb. p.o. a. e.
Connell, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Jope, c 12 110
Hay ward, 3b 12 1 6 0
Burke, If .... 0 110 0
Sherwood, S3 1 11 i 1
Bunyan, lb 1 1 18 2 0
Sussman, 2b 11 4 5 1
Kelly, cf 0 3 10 0
Nolte, p 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 6 11 27 20 , 2
r, lb. p.o. a. e.
Tansey, cf . 0 .0 2 0 0
O'Connor, rf 0 12 10
Nagel, 3b .. 0 0 0 3 0
Flanagan, If .11 1 0 0
Crook, lb 0 0 16 0 0
Robarge, c 0 0 3 1 1
Fltzpatrick, 2b 10 2 10
Taylor, ss. 0 0 1 2 0
Luby, p 0 ;0 0 8 0
Totals ..' 2 2 27 16 1
Score by Innings:
New Haven,. .2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 B
Springfield ....0 09 2 0 0 0 0 0-2
Sacrifice hits Hayward, O'Connor,
Luby. Stolen bases Jope, Flanagan.
Two-base hits Burke, Bunyan. First
base on balls By Nolte 3, by Luby 1.
Left on bases Springfield 4, New Ha
ven 5. Struck out By Luby 1. Hit by
pitcher By Nolte 1. Double plays
O'Connor and Fltzpatrick; Bunyan,
Sussman and Sherwood; Jope, Bunyan
and Hayward, , Passed balls Robarge,
Jope. Time of game One hour and
twenty-five minutes. Umpire Hickey.
WATERBURT 2, NEW LONDON 0.
New London, May 4. Waterbury shut
out New London, 2 to 0, here to-day.
The Whalers were unable to hit Treat
with men on bases, although they had
several chances to break up the game.
Waterbury pulled off a triple play ow
ing to New London's dopy base run
ning. McLaughlin was mot hit much
harder than Treat. The score by Inn
Waterbury 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 02 6 0
New London.. ..0 00000000-0 5 2
Batteries Treat and Thackera; Mc
Laughlin and Refrange.
BRIDGEPORT 4, HOLYOKE 3.
Holyoke, May 4. By scoring one run
in the ninth inning and making the
score 4 to 3 Bridgeport to-day won from
Holyoke here. Stackpole pitched a good
game for Holyoks, but the locals' errors
were costly. The score by Innings:
Bridgeport ......0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 14 9 2
Holyoke 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 03 7 3
Batteries Coughlln and Harbusch;
Stackpole and Schincel.
, NORWICH 10, HARTFORD 7.
Norwich, May 4. Parkins made an
ascension and the field went to pieces
In the third Inning to-day, giving the
Hartford game to Norwich, 10 to 7.
Four passes, six hits and errors by
Gastmeyer and Noyes came in the third
Inning, nine runs -resulting. Welch,
who succeeded Parkins, allowed only
two hits. Halllgan was not in his usu
al form' and was found rather easily by
the Hartford batsmon. Luyster closed
the third inning with a great running
catch In short center. The score by
Norwich 0 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 -10 9 2
Hartford 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 7 10 4
Batteries HaLligan and Bridges;
Parkins, Welch and O'Leary and Cuth
bert. National League
New York .....0 3 0 0 1 8 1 2 010 11 0
Boston 0 000000101 6 10
Batteries Ames and Marshall; Maro
ney and O'Neill.
At St. Louis .
St. Louia J 1 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 -6 11 1
Cincinnati 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1-3 7 4
Batteries Thompson and Raub; Har
per, Chech and Schlei.
Brooklyn 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 B 9 2
Philadelphia ....0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 14 8 0
Batteries Scanlon and Bergen; Plt
tlnger, Kane and Dooin.
Chicago 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0-7 12 0
Pittsbursr 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 02 7 2
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Batteries Brown and Kling; Leifield,
Karger and Peitz.
Washington ....1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 04 9 4
Boston 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 02 8 1
Batteries Hughes and Heydon; Dln
een and Graham.
Detroit 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 7 2
St. Louis 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 6 2
Batteries Donovan and Payne; Ja
cobsen and Rickey.
At New York
New York 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 '6 8 2
Philadelphia ....0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 1
Batteries Leroy, Orth and Klelnow;
Bender, Waddell, Plank and Schreck.
YALE DEFEATS EXETER.
Exeter, N. H., May 4. Errors and
slow base running were responsible for
the defeat of Phllllps-Exeter by a score
of 4 to 3 In a hotly-contested game with
Yale to-day. Sharp fielding by Eexter
at times when Yale had the bases full,
however, prevented the collegians from
scoring more heavily; Yale used two
batteries. The score by innings:
Yale 1 00021000-47 3
Exeter ....0 1010000 13 8 6
Batteries Drisko, Pratt and Wylis
and Erwin; Strubel and Leddy.
HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI.
Frizes Awarded to Senior Speakers
' Election of Officers.
The twenty-sixth annual reunion of
the New Haven High School Alumni
association was held last evening In
Music hall. An unusual feature intro
duced this year for the first time was
the speaking from members of the sen
ior class at the high school for the three
alumni prizes of 1$0, $5 and $3- There
were' six speakers. The first prize was
awarded to Henry Kugel, second to
Thomas Means and third to Miss Pearl
Young. . The Judges were Mon. A. Mc
Clellan Mathewson, Harry W. Asher
and Prof. Henry B. Wright
The election of officers resulted In the
choice of the following:
President Samuel E. Hoyt, '.
Vice persidents fSusan S. Sheridan '70
and Win. H. Haekett '89.
Secretary John L. Gllson '95.
Treasuer William A. White '76.
Executive committee George R.
Chamberlain '68, Mrs. C. F. Messinger
'78, Charles L. Kirschner '88, Miss Eve
lyn Rockwell '92, Miss Edith Scranton
'93, George S. Fowler '02, Carleton Stev.
ens '02, president of the 1906 New Ha
ven high school, Howard S. Schall '04,
Edward W. Manning '05,
The meeting was then postponed un
til May 18 when the association will
meet in the auditorium of the high
school building. Reports for the year
and new business will be transacted.
Following the meeting a programme
of eighteen dances was played by
Keenan's orchestra. : i ,
WHAT CORN TO PLANT.
While there may be no fast rules as
to the adaptability, of certain varieties
to certain soils, yet there are certain
general rules which may be followed.
In the first place, you must remember
whatever le gained in the size of an ear
of corn Is lost in earllness of maturity.
You cannot get an early corn that will
be large, especially large around. You
will get one that will be fairly long, but
It will have to be slender. Almost
without exception the length of season
Is in exact ratio to the size of the ear.
You may read in some seed sata
logues that a certain corn la the largest
known and very early. Now you can
Just set that man down for a rainbow
chaser. He can't furnish the goods.
You should estimate the length of your
growing seasn and the capacities of
your soil, and pick corn to fit. If you
overreach and get one too big, you are
sure to fall with It.
Then, as you go south, you generally
have to have smaller corn. The soil Is
generally thin and cannot Bupport a big
corn. Or dry weather sets in early and
you must have a small, slender variety
tat will mature early.
As you go north you must use tho
smaller varieties of the dent corns, till
you reach St. Paul, Minn., where but
four or five of the earliest varieties of
dent may be grown. Then the flint va
rieties are the hardiest and may be
grown with fair success almost to the
Manitoba border. They will stand cold
weather and thin land better han the
dent varieties, but the ears are Small
and the grain is very hard 'and gen
erally has to be ground for feeding.
On thin or clayey land white corn,
seems to grow better than yellow corn.
On tin land that has been cropped for
a long time plant a medium sized vari
ety of white corn, euch as Silver Mine.
It will make a fine' crop of nice solid
corn, when the large white or the yel
low varieties would make chaffy ears
and nubbins. On very thin and cold
land plant flint corn. It will make a
crop where any other crop would be a
failure. It Is rich for feeding, too, If
well ground before feeding, and then It
makes more fodder than any other
corn. Chicago Inter-Ocean.
Beginning to-day the services on the
Lighthouse trolley line will be Increased
to twenty-four minutes. It is also In
tended to Increase the Savin Rock ser
vice to every six minutes.
FLOR DE CUBA,
Puritanos, Extra fiuos,
Reina Vict. Especial,
FLOR DE CUBA, Panelelas,
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 Cigars this offer may not interest you if you prefer,
or don't mind, seasoned Cigars, you can make a good round
saving on your Cigar bill. First comers, naturally, will get
the choice of colors.
jfiy These 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.
How about the old car
pets; wilt 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
Probably several new
pieces of furniture will be
required for the hew house.
Let us supply them.
Did you say . there is no
range in the new rent? We
sell "The Housejvold," built
to bake. ' : -
Do you j require new
shades for your windows?
Our Sunfast Holland al
ways pleases, "M
Any house. furnishing
want supplied at a liberal
discount fot cash or on easy
BROWN $ DURHAM,
Complete Houslp4irnlshera, '
Orange and Center Sts.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be re
oeived by the Board of Selectmen of, the
Town ot Orange,. Conn., until three p.
m., of Thursday, May 10th, 1906, for
tho grading and Macadamizing of a
section of road In the town of Orange
In accordance with the plans and spec
ifications approved by the state high
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 ts let.
All bids must be accompanied hy a
bond of not less than one-third of the
cost of the work. Any bidder refusing
to sign the contract at the prices of
fered and furnish surety company bond
or certified check shall be required to
forfeit a sum from his bond equal to
bid and the next lowest bidder. Plans
and specifications may be examined at
the office of the Selectmen. West Ha
ven1, Conn., or at the offlce of the state
highway commissioner in Hartford.
. The selectmen and the state highway
commissioner reserve the right to re
ject any and all bids.
Dated at Orange, Conn., May 2d, 1906.
WALTER A. MAIN
ELFORD C. RUSSELL.
JOSEPH W. GRANNISS.
mS 6a Selectmen, Town of Orange.
The republican state central commit
ter will meet in Hartford Monday.'May
14. The date for the state convention
will then be set.
A "NOTRE DAME LADY.
I will send free with full instructions
some of this simple preparation for the
cure of Leucorrhoea, Ulceration, Dis
placements, Falling of the Womb,
Scanty or painful Periods, Tumors or
Growths, Hot Flashes, Desire to Cry,
Creeping feeling up the Spine, Pain In
the Back, and all Female Troubles, to
all sending address. To mothers of
suffering daughters I will explain a
Sucessful Home Treatment. If you de
cide to continue it will only cost about
12 cents a week to guarantee a cure. I
do not wish to sell you anything. Tell
other sufferers of It, that Is all I ask.
Address Mrs. M. Summers. Box 375
' Notre Dame. Ind.
We are headquarters for West Shore property. Fine lots and houses
for sale at Burwell's Beach, Woodmont, Pond Point, Fort Trumbull
Beach- Some desirable houses 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. L Nettleton.
Room 302 First National Bank Bldg.
Fnnemal Director and Eatbalaaea,
48 State Street, cor. Bin.
09 CampbeU Avenue, VI tat Haven.
CHAMPION & CO.,
I026 Chapel Street,
Entrance Hyperion Theatre.
-i.mi-iuxu a. -Ejuiertia into rest. May Z
1906, Grace A. Bradley, daughter 'of!
1110 iuu) xiiu vey ana Maria Atwater
Funeral services will h ,ia n. 1
late residence, No. 1233 Chapel street,
uii ouiumay aiiernoon at nalr-past
two o'clock. Friends are invited to
BURGESS. In this city, May 2, 1908,
aiuiiuub wcr ures(, oeiovea son of Al
pheus D. and Lena C. Burgess, aged
ft vpnrfl Ttinnfho
Funeral services will be held at Christ
Church, on Saturday morning at
half-past ten o'clock. Friends are
, 1UV11CU to ttiiena. jsuruu private
BRADLEY. in this city, May 3, 1906.
Grace A. Bradley.
Funeral services will be held at her
late residence, No. 1233 Chapel street,
on Saturday afternoon at half-past
two o'clock. Friends are Invited to
S Rises 4:45 Moon Sets H'h Water
Tort at fiT tinvea.
Schr Josephine, Merrlman, Prov.
Schr Ocean Wave, Thomas, Greenport.
Schr White Cloud, James, Greenport.
Schr Pell, S. C. Volght, Harding, .
An OM Wnp-lle, mahn.,hn j
high post bed. Fine round mahogany
extension table, ten feet long. Six old
mahogany dining-room chairs. Large
mahogany side-board. One Chippen
dale elde-board. Some other good
pieces. Call Saturday. 29 Audubon St.
MONEY TO LOAN
Ins quickly obtained on good Real
itsiate security, interest at 4!4 or 5 per
cent, according; tosecurity offered. Call at c
Room aio Exchange Bide., 86s Chapel St '
Frederick M. WARiy
A 4. '
WILLOW ST. , $45
An eight-room second floor with prlvatt
stairway to the third floor, and all othei
improvements. In a new two-faiuil)
house near Whitney Avenue.
AVON ST. , $33
A six-room rent in a new two-family
house with all improvements. Hot air
heat, separate front entrances. Will be
finished May :st.
SH ELTON AVENUE $27
This is a new house just approachu,,
completion near W. K. A. Co. lias hard
wood trim with furnace and all improve
meats and is an excellent rent.
A five-room first floor In a two-family
house with modern Improvements. Goocl
neighborhood near Whalley Avenue trol
!"v line. Has a large pleasant yard.
FLAT, No. 14 Brown street, modern
improvemsnr.1. Apply lit Whallev
avenue. a26 7t
HOUSE and lot. Good 10 per cent In-
vcBiiueuu n. j. elevens. yi unapei
St. a6 1!
x- vfav nun 1
STATU Street Btoro, N. I Garfield, 118
Prices rang from 12.09 to S.(K
front toot Slw ol lot to suit Pur
chaser, ii. v. Sards,
Real Estate Broker
141 Orange St
ONE FAMILY HOUSE. TEN ROOMS,
MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, NICE
YARD AND FRUIT TREES. MAPLB
STREET. NEAR SHERMAN AVE.
J. C PUNDERFORD
IIS Ckarca Street.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
A farm 9 mile from New Haven,
830 acres, house, 2 barns, atook, tools,
farming implements, steam engine and
H6 H. P. Boiler. 'V
There Is wood onouth (200 aoreg) on
the place to more than pay for the
farm. The balance of the land undar
high state of cultivation.
Uoaer o loan In auina to emit.
L: G: HOADtEYJ
Room 215, No. SO Church street
Office open evenings.
Gardner Morse 4 Son.1;
Real Estate and
181 tHAfliti BltfEBE
Call on me If you wish an up-to-date
' '' -
. with all conveniences. The beat
light and air. No vocal or instru
mental music to disturb your
thoughts. ; , ' . .
Benj. R. English.
MS Chapel Street
Building lots a specialty.
Buy of the owner.
EDWARD M. CLARK
89 CHURCH STREET.
A MODERN two family house on Or
chard street. Contains 13 rooms
with bath on each floor. Price $6500.
W. D. Judson,
Room 402. 002 Chapel St.
Near Edgewood avenue two family
house, 15 rooms, improvements. Good
condition, lot B? x 140. Good location
and worth the price. ;
N. S. BLATCHLEY.
.. - 6 Church Street
TWO FAMILY HOUSE
" ' each lurrtloa,
v ccata a TTord toe a toll week. mvm
WANTED. , 1
SITUATION by capable second glrL
would do general housework in
private family. City references
' Apply 133 Greene Street. mi ni
A?i!TS wa"ted-houe' to house can.
vassers male or female, for Quick:
selling household necessity, used up
quickly, needed in every family. Bile
E.R for branch offle we con-
Address with reference. The Morris
Wholesale House. Cincinnati! O.
E:FESIENCED two needle eewin
.i.aumne operators. Steady work
Strouse, Adler & Co., 60 Court St.
. a30 6t
it v. WANTED,
i.w"1 of a steady, reliable nlac.
with some channn of ?la,"
w.thhont ,empera 7mZ
United Statee. of good charaSLr
temperate hnhito 0 er 'd
ford- loss two. MaJn street. Hart
ioo t, , 2 Main street. BrldVn7.rf
199 Bank street, Waterbury. oSn. "
All arnriff ii
Uppi; all th- fcia faU here- Ws
--- .. nut-ti
lished MyS f6aLtLh.apl1 .'?
wnere. Open evenings. Tel. 28211
mercantile and domestic serrle. fS
GEORGE! w. inrnr. '
Attorney-at-Law, and NotarV Publla
"""" unapei St., Room a
Reldence, 225 Park t., Wert Haven,
All Legal or Business Matters alven
Prompt Attention. " a
Accounts and Claims. Collected Or
n.tHd' 9? reasonable terms and De
positions taken, In any part of .the U. S.
General Practice in all Courts. .
B. D. MALLORT
A'tl2Rm and. APP"Her. 1121
Chapel St t Telephone 2360.. House
hold sales a specialty. Salesroom i
Orange St , a(-tj
. , . MASSAGE.
Miss Leeke The Expert In Magnetic ana
Electrical Massage has parlor at 29
Olive Street Satisfactory treatment
in all branches -of massage. Rheu
matism cured. Facial wrinkles and
pimples quickly removed at moderate
prioe. Massage taught Home da
FOR 8ALIE 1,000 set patent Stove
Brick Every trt warranted me yeat
Orders received 763 STATE STREET.
Grinding a specialty. Also Horse clip,
pers called for and delivered. Immedli
ate attention to postal. JAS. BARNA
CLE, 629 State St., near Grand Ave.
Patent Stove Brick are Cheapest..
District of New Haven ss. Probata'
Court, May 2, 1906.
ESTATE OP LUCIUS S. LUDDINGTON,
late of New Haven, in said District,
Ernest H. Crawford, administrator, c.
t.a., having made written application
for an order authorizing and empower,
ing him to soli and convey certain real
estate of said deceased as by said ap
plication on file in this Court mor
fully appears, it Is
ORDERED, That said application
be heard and determined at a Court oj
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 public 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. Probata
Court, May 2d, 1908.
ESTATE OF JAMES B. MUNSON. lat
of Now Haven, in said District, de-i
Thomas J. Biley 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 o
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 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 in
By the Court.
GEORGE W. CRAWFORD,
m3 8t Clerk.
District of New Haven, ss. Probatd
Court, May 3, 1906.
ESTATE OF EMMA 3". MERRICK, Into
of Orange, in said District, de
ceased. The Court of Probate for the Dis
trlct of New Haven hath iimited ond
appointed six months from the date
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
All persons indebted to said estate
are rwiuested to make Immediate pay.
TTRANK R. LUCKET.
ml 3t Administrator
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