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NEW HAVEN MORNINO JOURNAL AND COURIER, FRIDAY, : MAY 25. 1906,
Continuation of tlie Sale of Undermuslins. A far-famed HALF-YEARLY EVENT. The crowds multiply as the days proceed. The variety and values do not lessen. We have guarded against skimpiness. Only garments of the highest order-the finer quality of underwear which every wtoman takes pride in having in her wardrobe-all at special SALE PRICES. Therefore it is with pardonable pride that we invite you to attend We submit the following; showing reductions : All 25c Garments now - 19c " 50c , " " - 39c " 75c " " - 59c "89c " " - 75c " 1.00 " " - 87c " 1.25 " " - 95c 1.50 " " - 1.29 Higher grade garments all reduced in the same way. . Special Sale of Long Kid Gloves Here is a chance to buy the very fashionable long kid gloves at a lower price than has pre vailed this season. ' For Friday and Saturday only. 8 Button Glace Kid Gloves, tan and -white, value 2.50 a pair, pale price 1.75. 12 Buttou White Glace Kid Gloves, value 2.75 a pair, sale price 1.98. 12 Button Glace Kid, black only, value 3.50, and 16 Glace Kid, white only, Value 3.50, sale price 2.65. . 16 Button Tan, Black and White Glace Kid Gloves, value 3.98 a pair, sale price 2.98. E. L. WASHBURN & CO., ? ...Opticians... 84 Church and 61-63 Center Streets; FIELD GLASSES BOAT AND POCKET COMPASSES AUTO. GOGGLES , COLORED GLASSES; ETC. '. Oculists' Prescriptions a Specialty - ; LATEST FAIR HA7EN NEWS BURIAL OF REV. DR. BURDETl " HART ON SUNDAY. Annual Business Mettlng of the Bor ough of Fair Haven East to be Held Monday Meeting of the Ecclesiastical Society of the Pilgrim Church Next WednesdayOrher Item of Interest. ' The death of Kev. Dr. Burdett Hart, iwWeh occurred in Philadelphia yester day, was learned -In Fair Haven, where the greaterkpart of his life was spent, with regret. , Dr. Hart was pastor of the First. church of Fair Haven, now the Grand Avenue Congregational, for over forty years, and was pastor emer itus after Jiis resignation. His funeral will lie held In that churoh on Sunday afternoon at 4:30 and the interment will Be In Fair Haven cemetery, where his wife Is burled. A sketch of Dr. Hart's career is jfiven In our obituary column this morning. Mr. and Mrs. T, W. Loller celebrated their, fifth anniversary of marriage at their home Wednesday evening, and 100 Invitations had been Issued to friends. There was an Interesting programme, and tnany gifts were bestowed by the callers. ' ' ' . At the -whist given by the Daughters of Liberty Wednesday evening prizes were won by Miss Keeler, Miss Dwyer, Mrs. Waterbury, Mrs. Morse, Mrs. Hen derson and Mr. Putzel. Miss Jeannette HoUoway, of Lloyd treet, will leave in a few days to visit friends In Boston. ' Miss Anna Hubbard will leave In a few days for a visit with friends in Greens Farms. The ladles of St. James' church serv ed supper in the church parlors last evening-, Mr. and. Mrs. N- W... Kendall are now In Paris, After the annual business meeting of the borough of Fair Haven East, to be held a -week from next Monday rilght, the new board of warden and burgesses will organize. Charles E. Bray, the clerk for the past thirty years, will ad minister tlie oath to the deselect, Er - nest Averill, and the latter will give the oath to the warden and burgesses. It is expected that,the borough- voters will make the tax the same as at -present -five mills. This does not: allow any thing to reduce the debt of $3,000, which is likely to go as an inheritance to the city when- the borough territory be comes united to the city organization completely. It Is possible that the mat ter of a new engine house may be dis cussed, but the meeting will hardly be prepared to vote, an appropriation in this line, as It. Is not in the regular call. s . There will be a meeting of the Eccle siastical society of the Pilgrim church next Wednesday evening, when the bids for the new chapel will be consid ered. It was stated yesterday that It was contemplated to cut away the church wall at the south slie of the building and use five feet of that struc ture as a part of the new chapel. That will take away the pulpit platform and the first row of pews. The building committee's lowest bid for the chapel Is 117,000, which is $3,000 less than the peo ple of the church expected It could be built for. There was a straw vote on the matter of accepting and adopting the committee's report at the church meeting Wednesday, and that was fa vorable to its adoption. But the church has no authority to let the contraot, which is solely in the jurisdiction of the ecclesiastical society; and at the meet ing as many women voted as men, and they have no right to vote In the mat ter of letting a building contract. It is expected that the report of the building committee will be adopted Wednesday evening. The new temporary bridge over the railroad cut at the :foot of Wall street, and leading from State street into Grand ivenue, was used for the first time . " terday. Until the new perma nent bridge over the new cut is built this temporary bridge will be used for the Grand avenue, the Montowese and the Wallingford tars. Yesterday after noon workmen were removing the tracks from the old bridge and the overhead wiring preparatory to remov ing the old structure. There were a number of mistakes caused by lack of information about the new bridge. Some who did not know about the new bridge attempted to alight from the car when it wag known that it kept along on State street, and others, be lieving -the car would; continue in State street, got off when It turned up on the new bridge. But these mistakes will all be straightened out soon. The opening of the mite boxes by the Ladles' Aid society of the Grand Ave nue Congregational church "Wednesday evening showed that the total collection amounted to over $201, and several more boxes are yet to come in. Mrs. J. Edward Matthews, of Farren avenue, entertained a party of friends at tea yesterday afternoon in honor of her marriage anniversary. Director Coe, of the public -works board, made ah inspection of East Grand avenue and Quinnlplac avenue Wednesday. The director will endeav or to get these streets repaired and do what he can towards getting the road ways sprinkled. NEW WHITE CITY OPENING gates open to expectant pvblic to-morrow. Great Bulk ot New Attractions Ready Second Regiment Band Concert and Singing by John T. Barrett,, Tenor Vlnello'a Noted, Troupe of . Trained Equine and PuglllsW Stallion. To-morrow, tlie' new White City will throw open its gates to the expectant public of New Haven end this seotion of the country. Darcy & Speck, the new managers, have for the paot four weeks been hustling along the many Improvements and although everything will not be entirely finished by Satur day the people will have a chance to see the vast number of changes made and many of the new features,. The resort will open at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, the event being inaugu rated by a brilliant concert 'by the Sec ond regiment band, Frank Ftchtl, lead er. John T. Barrett, a tenor of unusual charm and power of voice, will sing both afternoon and evening, A great attraction will be Vlnella's troupe of trained equtnes, Including the noted pugilistic italllons. These horses have appeared in every capital In Eu rope and at private performances for all the crowned heads. The equine pu gilists have proved to be one of the greatest drawing cards ever brought to this country. It might also be said that they are among the moat expen sive on the road- It was at great cost that Manager Speck brought them here and k Is a substantial initiation oC.Siia promised policy. "Everything that's good and nothing that's bad for the new White City," The electrification of this popular re sort this Reason will be more startllngly dazzling than ever before.,' The elec tric tower, the third largest In the w.orld, has been rewired and re-Installed with electric lights of considerably Increased candle power and there will not be a corner of the park hardly at night but what, will, be almost as light as day. ;The mammoth skating' pavUlon with the splendid music furnished by the Second 'Regiment band will prove a trystlng place for all lovers of this graceful and wholesome amusement. The German and Japanese villages will be ready for business, tout not en tirely completed owing to further ex tensive changes decided upon only this week. The announcement is made at .the request of the managers as there is to be absolutely no effort to fake the peo ple this season. All Is on the level at the new White; City. and. visitors on Saturday will. - more than get : thfetr money's worth,. The ihoot.the chutes with hew boats, the Improved scenic railway, the circle swing, the Chllcoot Pass, mlnature mechanical city, Katz enjammer castle, Mt. Vesuvius, and a host of smaller .attractions . will be ready. , ' The Savin Rock theater opens Mon day, May 28, for a week with good vaudeville. Monday and Tuesday will be for the benefit of the West Haven Fire department. Decoration day there will be three performances REPLY TO TROUP PETITION. (Continued from First Page.) construction Is questioned and a calling for bids will put the matter beyond controversy, and will give all of our citizens who do such Work ah equal op portunity to secure contracts, it would be better in the future to call for bids for such repairs. . Respectfully yours, The Board of Finance. Mr. Frederick's reply to the charges against him is addressed to His Honor Mayor Studley and the members of the board of finance, and in it he says: "The criticism which was made at the last meeting of the board ot finance concerning the selling of corned beef to the city by one George Goelz, who, it is claimed, is none other than the rep resentative ot Frederick Brothers, that I am a member of the firm of Frederick Brothers, and that thereby the charter of the city was violated upon my part, requires, in justice to myself and to the public, a reply. '"I desire to state at the outlet that there has not been, either directly or indlrecly upon my part, any violation of the charter. Neither George Goelz nor Henry J. Frederick represented me directly or indirectly In any of these transactions, nor have I at any time benefited by any of them- The store at 263 Davenport avenue, conducted un der the name of Frederick Brothers, where George Goelz is employed, ig run and owned by Henry J. Frederick. The store corner Derby avenue and Norton street is conducted and owned by my self and Is Independent of the. store of Henry J. Frederick. No corned beef has at any time been sold or delivered from my store in Derby avenue to the city of New Haven, nor did I have any in terest in any of the corned beef which was sold to the city of New Haven through George Goelz. "There is no co-partnership of Fred erick E ;hers In existence, except in the old co partnership of Frederick Brpthers, which formerly consisted of Henry J., Philip L. and Edward G. Frederick, and such co-partnership is maintained simply for the purpose of liquidating an. old indebtedness grow ing out of such forirjer co-partnership, 1A11 df the goOds' In the Derby avenue store are my property and. are bought tfha paid for by me. All of the receipts taken in in the .Derby avenue Store are mine. All of the good3 in the Daven port avenue store are Henry J. Freder ick's property and are bought and paid for by him. All of the receipts taken in the Davenport avenue store are his." Some further minor explanatory statements are also made. In conclusion Mr. Frederick says: "I might further add that as a result of this agitation, Henry J. Frederick has concluded not to sell any more beef to the city, but has made a contract with Armour & Co. to sell to them for five cents a pound the fame corned beef which he has been furnishing the city for three and one-half cents. "In one re3pect this controversy has been unfortunate, and that is, that the superintendent of charities will find it much more difficult in the future to buy corned beef at the old price, to wit: Three and one-half cents. , "No claim is made, as I understand it, that the city has been; defrauded or overcharged in any of these transac tions. "In conclusion I desire to say that there is nothing In my entire course as a member of the board of finance, which I can now recall, which requires from me any apology. I have always endeavored to work for the best intei ests of the city and to see to it that the charter was riot violated, either by my self of by any one else... "What I . have herein stated I am ready to verify at any time and I court the fullest Investigation of my conduct in this matter as well ss in any mat ter having relation to my connection with the city as a member of this board. "Respectfully submitted, "Edward G. Frederick." U. S. SENATOR DOLLIYER SPEAHS THIS EVENING AT II AR. MONIE HAIL. Business Men' Reception and Dinner To-night Edward P, Lyon of Brook lyn to Speak Also. The Business Men's deception and dinner to-night at Harmcinle hall will be an event of great interest. Senator DcJllver, who will deliver the principal address, Is a very able speaker. The affair will open at 6:30. Senator J. P. Dolllver will be entpr. tained, during his stay in the city, at the home of George A. Maycock- He will be met at the train by Hon. Fred erick A. Betts, J. H. King, Colonel C. W. Pickett and Georae A. Mavcnrk: members of the reception committee. up to 6 o clock last evening accept ances had been received from 120, and telephone messages show that thla number will be largely increased. The committee states that Hon. Edward P. Lyon, of Brooklyn, will be one ot the speakers at the banqutt.;' If telephone messages reach Joseph Porter by 10:30 this morning it is stsiftd that covers will be laid and places reserved for those who have planned to be present and have not sent in (heir acceptance. Strauss' orchestra will furnish miiain and White, of the Toittine hotel, will cater. A reception committee has been nam ed which will proserit the guests to the senator. This committee consists of Hon. Frederick A. Betts. Jlonrv w Benedict, Jamos H. King, Wilson H, Lee and Colonel. Charles W. Pickett,, Lewis S. Welch will act, as the toast- master. : - Mrs. Dolan (boastfully) "Mrs- Car neyj the wolfe of the rich grocer called on me to-day." Mrs. Nolan "Well, well, d'ye molnd thot, now! 'Tis a shame fur Carney t' be makln' his wolfe collect his bad bills." Philadel phia Ledger. Screamed with Pain Suffering Nearly Broke Parent's Heart Twelve Years of Misery--Doctor Called Case Incurable Helped from First, and SPEEDILY CURED BY CUTICURA RLvlEDlES "I wish to inform you that your wonderful Cuticura has put a stop to twelve years of misery I passed with my son. As an in fant I noticed on his body a red spot and treated same with differentrem ediesforaboutfive years, but when the spot began to get larger I put , him under the cara of doctors. Under their treatment the disease spread to four different parte of his body. : The longer the doctors treatedhim the worse it grew. During the day it would get rough and form like scales. At night it would be cracked, inflamed, and badly swollen, with terrible burning and itch ing. When I think of his suffering, it nearly breaks my heart. His screams could be heard down stairs. The suf- ' ferine of myson mademefullof misery. I had no ambition to work, to eat, nor could I sleep. " One doctor told me that my son's fezema was incurable and gave it up for a bad job. One evening I saw an article in the paper about the wonderful Cuticura and decided'to give it a trial. , "I tell you that Cuticura Ointment is worth its weight in gold; and when I , had used the first box of Ointment there ( was a great improvement, and by the time I had used the .second set of Cuti cura Soap.Ointmcnt, and Resolvent my child was cured. He is now twelve years old, and his Bkin fs as fine! and smooth as silk, (signed) Michael Stein-, man, 7 Sumner Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., April 16, 1905." Complete Ejrtmml and Internd Trftrmnt for trrrrj Humor, from Plmpiei to Srroftiia, fmm Infancy to Age, eoWrig (4 Culrfnr Ptr c, OiMTimt, 30c, Rtol wnt, Wc. (in for of ChoeoFftt ft PWi, 23c. pirvtil. r! CO) , mv be h d of all drt araH tA rfn(tl Mt often cult Jotter lrug ft Chem. Corp., Sale Pl-opi., Boston. ' . WMwled Fr How to Can Humori vt Childhood. At the Gate of Summer CALIFORNIA LEMONS, big fellows, bright skinned, seedless. 30c dozen. GREEN LIMES from Jamaica-"great" for any sort of a Summer drink. 18 cts. dozen. KIPPERED HERRINQ for a warm weather breakfast. No packing in the world equal to that of A. & M. Smith, Aberdeen. 18 cts. a tin. 1VARTRAY iGINQER jALE is the best Domestic product and the same may be said of Vartray Sarsa parilla they quench thirst andwon'tupsetthestomach. Price (for either) $1.10 dozen. Bacon FRCM Virginia has just been added to this store's good things the "Smith field" process'of curing a field hereto fore occupied by Hams alone. It takes six months to cure Virginia Bacon, for, after the seasoning arid smoking process the Bacon is packed away in wood ashes. No other Bacon on earth is $6 rich, so sweet or so toothsome. Pieces average 3 to 5 lbs. each. 2 3 2 cts. pound. 3Bt S-fati Str THE O. KEILER Foaeral Director and Emitlaaa 4B8 State street, cor. Slat. BRANCH OFFICE 458 Campbell Aveaoe, Weal Havea. CHAMPION & CO., F LOR IS TS, 1026 Chapel Street, Entrance Hyperion Theatre. DEATHS. BANGS. At Athol, Mass., at the rest denoe of her sister, May 23d, Ama retta Gowdy Bangs, widow of the late Oliver Bangs of New Haven, for merly of Springgeld. Funeral services at Chapin Chapel, Springfield Cemetery, at 11 a. m. Friday, May 25th. m25 It HART. In Philadelphia, on Thursday, May 24, 1906, Rev. Burdett Hart, D.D., in the 85th year of his age. Funeral services at the Grand avenue Congregational Chiirch, Sunday, May 27th, at i v- m. m25 2t BENHAM1. In Brooklyn, N. Y., Tues- yoa. May zza, James K. P. Benham, formerly of this city, aged 68 years. Funeral services will take place from day. May 22a, James K. P. Benham, Benham, 870 George street, this city, on Saturday at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. m25 It . Courier Record. MARINE. Port el JMem Have. ARRIVED ARRIVED. Schr Marlon, Talmadge, Rockaway. Schr Tempest, Caulder, Onset. Sohr Ellen Maria, Moulton, Qreenport. Schr Arielaid, Ferris, Greenport. Schr Neptune, Holbrook, Newport. MINIATimm At.MANAO . MAY 25. 3 Rises 4:25 .Moon Sets H'h Water S Sots 7:12 ,9:14 12 p. m. LOST. PURSE. Card address, 587 Elm street. Reward if returned to 110 Howe St. m25 1t WOMEN'S GOLF. Finals In the Chnmplonshlp Contest at the New Haven Country Club. Yesterday afternoon the finals for the women's championship was played at theNew Haven Country club and proved to be a quite exciting and in teresting affair. The contestants were Mrs. William IC Shepard and Miss Helen T. Carrlngton. Miss Carrington won, the score being four up with two to play. This is the second season in succession that Miss Carrington has won the honors in the championship round, and like . success . in one more will entitle her to possession of t e cup, which is a very handsome silver trophy. WMm 1 iit'.l&'iA ii NEAR W. CHAPEL ST. $65 This U the finest apartment to be had in the western part of the city. New house of the most modern style: eight rooms easy walk to the center: finished May 1st. ORANGE ST. $33.33 A pleasantly located one-family house of nine rooms with all modern improve ments. The house is within easy walk ing distance of the center. FAIR HAVEN EAST $24 Thoroughly modern one-familv house n seven rooms and reception hall. All itn- 0 provementsj near trolley: on very high ground; fine view. ALDEN AVE. $17 A second floor rent of five rooms In a two family house with separate hot air heater and all Improvements. Neighborhood is excellent and it 1 on a trolley line. FOR RENT IN FARMINGTON, from June 1 to Oc tober 1, Colonial, house, 9 rooms, fur nished, center of town; verandas on two sides; excellent spring water; modern improvements.' Inquire Dr. Carrlngton, Farming ton, Conn. tf West Haven Building Lots Prices range from $2.00 to tS.OQ a front toot SUe ot lot to ult Pur chaser. II. V. licHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St FOR SALE. A two-family house on Ste vens street. Kents for $ oo. Price, $3,000. W. D. Judson, Room 402. 902 Chapel St. Malley Building. FOR BENT Two very desirable new flats, 8 rooms, all improvements. West Chapel St J.C PUNDERF0RD US Chorea Street. 200 LOTS Convenient to the Green. GREAT OPPORTUNITT FOR BUILDERS OR INVESTORS. Buy of the owner. EDWARD M. CLARK 19 CHURCH STREET. Washington Building. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A farm 9 miles from New Haven 3J0 acres, nouie, if Darns, stock, tools farming implements, steam engine and k x P Roller. There is wood enough (200 acres) on me iiittw w ,,.vfw ivr trie farm. The balance of the land under l i u (,.. nf .iilHxro'lnn Honey to loan lo sums to anlt. k g: hoadley; TVASHIIVGTOir BUILDIJTQ Room 210, No. 89 Church Street. Office open evening Gardner Morsa 4 Son?; Keai Estate and Fire Insurance. 131 tlA.4rb 0 1 it EEC Why Not Call on me if yon" wish an np-to-' date OFFICE with all conveniences. The best light and air. No vocal or Instru mental musio , to disturb your thoughts. Benj. R. English. , ' N Chanel street. "IHS.'M Co.' RESIDENCE 142 DWIGHT ST. Good Size Lot. FOR SALE 1.000 set patent Store Brick Every set warranted one Teat Order received 768 STATE) STREET. Wi&uts. ecat a word tor each Uaertloa, v euu a word tot a tall nt, ana Hum. WANTED. ,,FTI0N by competent Cook ana Waitress. References. Call 911 State street. . 2t WATED SITUATION by competent young; eirl to do second work or general houae work. 1021 State St. m26 i ll AGLE-bODIED, unmarried men, be tween acna 51 ,! ir. J.'"': tn r. d tatts- of sood character and temperate, habits, -who can apeak read and write English. Armlv B. New'? fflceJ' ChapePlPtreeet, fori- HioV29n;M 7,5S Main street- Har': ioa t. 10,22 Mafn street, Bridgeport; 199 feank street, Watertmry, Conn 31-jne30 " A,oanh?,lp should call here. We "1B Places and always M.rse, m,mbera. Sleeman's Re? il nn."n'pl0ynlent Agency, 763 Chap-eI- Open evenings. ml4-tf SOMAN'S RELIABLE EMPLOY- tnhiih Hi 104 -napet St., es tS itt 2t y.eara rgest, best in the State. Best male and female helD for any and all kinds of work .Sent anywhere. Open evenlngB. Tel 2322.- .lOVPB atrr m " i3Sh"Jch str9t- Telephone - .vuijwuuuM. largest Agency male and female help supplied' fop mercantile and domestic service for any amJ all kinds of work. Sent any where.Open evenings. GEORGIA XT mm. Attoraey-at-Low, and Notary Publlo wince sra unapel St., Room a New Hnv.n Reeldeace, 225 Park at., West Haven. All Lea-nl nr nnclnaD. tt. w. . Z T .7: i. iu.aii.Bis given Prompt Attention. . Accounts ana Claims Collected or settled, on reasonable terms and De positions taken, in any part of tha U. S. i-iuuuuo in ait courts. Telephone. R. B. MALLORT ATCTIONEKJR and Appraiser, Ilia Chapel St. Telephone 2360;. House hold sale a specialty. Salesroom 141 Orange Bt 4-tl rfirv n A PAIR of gold framed eye-glasses In ubsb on xiinnouse avenue. Owner call at No. 360 Temple street. , m24 It Patent Stove Brick nre Cheapest. LOST. - GREY horse. Return 381 Temple St. . Reward. , miglt FOR SALE. SEABROOK & Smith's carriage;' in good condition. Price 45. 1308 , Chapel street. ml4 7t , ' MASSAGE. Miss Leeke The Expert In Magnetic aal Electrical Massage has parlor at 4)1 Olive Street Satisfactory treatment in all branches of massage. Rheu matism cured. Facial wrinkles and pimples quickly removed at moderate price. Mussage taught. Home da and evening. FOR SALE Some good houses, ALSO GOOlJ LOTS, different parts of city. FOR RENT Aa front June 1st, a whole houte 9 rooms . ; CHAS. A. BALDVViN ; Room 2, 87 Church St. CdMPkESSED AiR Carpet Cleaning Works. Ho. 106 COURT STREET; Carpets called for. and delivered. Carpets cleaned and laid, also made over, in fact everything done In the Carpet line. v Carpets Cleaned without removal by; most approved method. All work satisfactorily and promptly done. Telephone call 1832-2 A Car Load of Bed Room Furniture came in '"bad order" and must be turned into cash at once and the loss charged to the R. R. Co. !. Every piece will be re finished, and prices made as follows: $6.48 for solid oak Bureau with Fr6nch glass; $3.28 for oak Wash stand to match. Better Bureaus, $7.48, $8.48, $9.48, $10.48. Chiffoniers, if preferred to bureaus, same price. $5.98 for Iron Bedstead, W. W. Spring and Cotton Top Mattress complete. $6.48 for the three-quar ter and $6.98 for the full size This is a half-price sale. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete House Furnishers Orange and Center Sts. "Such a nice young man took me out. to dinner last night such a well-mannered man. D'you know, when the cof fee come and 'e'd poured It In 'is cauoer instead of blowing on it like a common person, 'e fanned it with 'is 'at!"- Punch. "Quarrel, eh? Tou don't .mean It? Why, 'before they were married she used to say there wasn't another man like him in the world." "Yes, but now she says she'd hate to think that there was." Catholic Standard and Times. If the Baby Is Cutting Teetli, be sure and use that old and well tried remedy, Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, .allays all pain, cures wind coiic and is the best remedy for d'.arrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle.