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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY MAY 29 1906
1 USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE, A powder to be shaken Into the shoes. Your feet foe I swollen, nervous and damp, nnrt Kt tired easily. 1C you have aohtng feet, try Allen's Foot-Base. It rests the feet and makes new or t1ht shoes easy. Cures aching, swollen, sweating feet, blisters and enltous snots. Relieves Chilblains, corns and bun ions nf ait rain and (fives rest and comfort. TrV it today. Sold by all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Don't' accept any substitute. Trial package hliEF Address, Allen 3. Olmsted, he Koy, Nt Y THE HOWE & STETSON CO. THE HOWE & STETSON CO. d for Decoration A list of articles chiefly of a personal nature specially priced for Tuesdays selling. Whether you intend spending your holiday at home, In the country or at the share, you will find special numbers in thes colum n3 which will be of personal value to you. We have spent considerable tlnje and lorethcujbt in order to properly prepare this 1,'st of holiday requisites. The fact that they are botb timely and low-prioea are their two pleasing features. Four Interesting Jewelry Specials. Here Is some news regarding what we call "little things", but they form very important details of tha lumraer drss. One lot of Silk Belts for women. Ths belts are in black and colors and include our regular 25c and 50c num bers. Special ot 17c. One lot of Side and Back Comba in shell and amber. These combs are worth 15c and 25c, but we offer them on Tuesday at 9c. Belt Buckles in gilt, plain, fancy and sec with jwels. Not one in the lot worth less than 25c. Special on Tues day at 10c. Fancy Back Combs in shell and amber. You may take your choice of our 50c combs; 25 different styles all mark on Tuesday at 33c each. Good Talk on Neckwear and Veiling. Good talk about Neckwear and Veilings. They're all desirable goods In fact, juit the things that are most popular for Spring dresses. '- - Windsor and Four-in-hands Ties to wear with the new Peter Pan waists; also Peter Pan collars. Specially priced at 25c and 50c each. :.' A choice lot of Fancy Neckwear, that sells, regularly at 25c arid 50c each. Specially priced on Tuesday at 15c. A special lot of choice Neck Ruchinsra in staple and fancy colors; also black. Usually sold for more, but specially priced at 12Jc. New veiling and mighty pretty veilings including plain and fancy mesh. These were marked at 2oc a yard. Special on Tuesday at 15c a yard. If you arc going to spend the day out-of -townyou may need a good Suit Case or Bag. -We think that we have the largest trunk stock in the ; city; we know that our prices are the lowest. Bamboo Suit Cases, very light, weighing only If 1 lbs., convenient for women travelers. At $2.50. Japanese Suit Cases, made of extra fine Japanese matting, extra light weight. 12 inch, - $1.75. !:" 26 inch, - - $2.50. Canvas and imitation leather suit cases, made extra strong throughout, fitted with locks and bolts. At special prices ranging from $1.25 to $3.50. Suit Cases. Genuine Cow-hide Suit Cases, 24-inch steel frame, strong reinforced comers, improved handle. Fitted with strong brass locks, outside straps. Regular $6.00 value. T Special at $4.69. 1 Bamboo Porch Screens, Hammocks and flags all Specially Priced For Tuesday. Many people make the porch the living room of the house in warm weather. There is nothing like a Bam boo Screen to make your porch cool and inviting; a good hammock will add still further to your comfort. Bamboo Porch Screens, 8x8, $1.25; 10x8, $1.59; 12x8, $1.89. We are showing a large assortment of Palmer Hammocks, the best made, in a large variety of new weaves and colorings, ranging in price from 69c to $5.49. Holiday Hammock Special. Good, sturdy hammocks, in many new weaves and rich colorings. Regularly sold at $1.39. Special at 79c. " " ' ' . Flags from 3c to $8.00 each. . ! Four Shirt ItemsAll well worth reading. When you buy shirts here, you not only get full ihirt-value, but you can depart, knowing that you ere getting th finest in style and workman ship, that the country's best shirt-maker'a can produce. At 59c. Men's Negligee Shirtsjmade of striped and figured madras, in light and dark colors. Body cut extra full. Cuffs to match. i At 59c each. At $1.00. A complete showing of Men's Negligee Shirts, made of fine woven madras, in plain white and light and dark col ors, new stripes, figures and plaids. At $1.00 each. At $1.25. Men's Negligee Shirts, made of fine madras, percale and rich mercerized materials. All handsome patterns attached or detached collars and cuffs. At $1.25. At $1.50. Our Men's Negligee Shirts at thi3 price is most complete and embraces all the most popular styles both in pattern designs and fabrics. A good choosing of shades. At $1.50. Tennis Racket Special. For Tuesday, we will offer Ten nis Rackets with frames made of white ash, with black walnut throat and cedar handles. These rackets are strung with finest quality of Oriental gut. Regular price, $4.50. Special at $2.50. Sporting Goods. Those who are intending to devote the holiday to the more strenuous life should pay a visit to our Sporting Goods Store. You will find many . things there that will help to increase the pleas ures of a day spent out-of-doors. You won't find high, prices lurking 'round to mar your pleas ures either. Base Ball Bats, from from 5c to $1.50. Mttts and Gloves, both rights and lefts, from 50c to $7.00. Tennis Rackets, $1.00, $2.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $8.00. J fishing Rods, 69c to $5.00. Catcher's Mask Special. Catcher's Mask, made of extra strong, heavy steel wire, fit ted with moulded leather chin strap, hair-filled pads and elastic head band. Regularly from $1 to $2. Special at 75c. Holiday Specials from the Cloak and Suit Room. Items from the Suit Room, calculated to satisfy, in style and price, those who wish a dash of newness in their holiday attire at little expense. Linen Walking Skirts, made in a stylish plaited model, trimmed with clusters of plaits from the knee down, finished with folds at the bottom. At $2.90. White Cotton Walking Skirts, made on a side plaited model, finished full and clean. This skirt comes beautifully hand laundered. At $1.25. New tailor-made Waists, made of fine lawn, in small polka dot patterns. Entire bust is finished with tucks, Button and tucked back. At $1.25. Fine Lawn Waists in three different patterns, all prettily trimmed with embroidery in front and back. Short sleeves and button back. Worth $3.50 At $2.00. Specials from the Muslin Underwear Dept. Children's white guimps, made of line lawn with neat hemstitched ruffle on neck and sleeves. Regu lar 89c value.' Special at 25c. Children's wash hats, made of corded pique. Just the thing for the little folks outing. Priced regularly at 39c. Special at 25c. Muslin Drawers in six different styles, extra wide French umbrella flouuee, trimmed with cluster tucks, others have trimmings of torchon, cluny or German VaL Were 79c and 75c. Special at 50c. Bib Aprons of extra good lawn. Bib and should er straps. Nicely trimmed with embroidery. Regu ar price is 75c Special at 50c. ! Now Pumnc and I Oxfords. New Spring Pumps and Oxfords have arrived. The Pumps are made of patent colt on a pump last that overcomes tha slipping. This style also comes in gun-metal kid. All sizes and widths. Price, $3.50. The Oxfords conn in patent colt with dull quarters; also vici kid. Beautiful oxfords. L Price, $3.50. Specials in Hosiery and Knit Underwear. Women's black lisle hose in many pretty lace ef fects. Should be priced at 25c. Special at 1 9c a pair. 3 pairs for 50c. J THE HOWE & STETSON CO. THE HOWE & STETSON CO FR El El EVERY DAY THIS WEEK At the Coffee Counter, State Street Store. A pretty little Japanese Tenpot with 2 lbs. Crimson Coffee for 50c. 1 Tenpot Free. 1 lb. of Crimson and lb. Ten. 1 Teapot Free. 1 lb. of SOc or 60c Tea. 1 Teapot Free. And a cup of hot Crimson with cream served by Mrs. Wnite, the demonstrator. "Almost too much for our money," says one cusomer. Well that's our nay of doing business. Two Telephones Call 4200. S. S. ADAMS. Cor. State and Court Streets. 399 Howard Ave.. 143 Rosette St.. 745 Grand Ave.. 258 Davenuort Ave. 604 Howard Ave., 7 SheJton Ave., 155 Lloyd St. Vermont Maple Syrup This syrup is absolute Ver mont Maple and is made from the sap, thereby retain in? all the rich maple fra grance. Heavy body and ab solutely pure. In 2 qt. cans and 1 qt. bottles. The S. W. Huribun Go, 1074 Chapel St. HART MARKET CO. We make a specialty o! Fresh Killed Connect icut Spring Chickens Fresh Fowl Look at our Large Choice Asparagus Very Choice Charleston New Potatoes 180 TEMPLE STREET. Women's black lace lisle hose in all over and lace ankle effect, also plain black gauze lisle, spliced heels and toes and double soles. Special at 37fcc a pair. 3 pairs for $1 .00. Women's cotton ribbed Empress Pants, with French band, trimmed with good lace. Special at 1 7c each. 3 for 50c. Children's Cotton Knit Waists. Made extra atrong, with strapped seams. Special at 1 5c each. 2 for 25c Shoes for Decoration Day. WOMEN'S. White Canvas Oxfords, Cuban Heels, White Canvaa uxioras, uommon Sense Heels at $1.25, $1.50, S2.00, $3.00, $3.50. $4.00. MISSES AND CHILDREN'S. Misses' and Children's White Canvas Button, Lace and Oxfords, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00. MEN'S. White Canvas Oxfords, Leather Soles, $2.00. White Canvas Oxfords, Rubber Soles, $1.25, S3.50, RUBBER SOLE SHOES. Men's, . Women's, Misses', Children's, Boys' and Youths' Canvas Rubber Sole, High and Low Cut Shoes in White and Tan. Store closed all day Wednesday. oimLy good shoes Spring Tonics... Native SPINACH ASPARAGUS PIE PLANT BUNCH ONIONS LETTUCE FLORIDA POTATOES TOMATOES GREEN BEANS BERMUDA ONIONS MEDITERANBAN ORANGES ine finest Orange grown CATANIA OVALS CATANIA BLOODS FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT FLORIDA PINES Sweet Cider that's sweet and fine flavor 9Kn th. 11 E. E. Nichols, 378 State Street. EWrlAVElkl HOE CO.. 842 and 846 Chapel Street. LONG ISLAND DUCKS. We Have Fresh killed L. I. Ducks, positively Spring grown, and fresh killed, 20c per lb. full dressed. Will make a fine Sunday dinner. Telephone Peas . . , Fresh picked Telephone Peas, extra nice, today 9 cts. qt., 3 qts. 25 cts. Bargain Pineapples ; 3 nice Pineapples for 250. Some extra large at 15c. Our Vegetable List Egg Plant, String and Wax Beans, Cucumbers, BerV muda Onions, -New Potatoes, Native Spring Spinach, Asparagus, Lettuce and Radishes. Elgin Butter We are handling the finest Butter obtainable. It has the grass flavor, now only 25c lb. 4 lbs. for $1.00. D. M. WELCH & SON, Fair Haven 28-30 Congress Ave West Haven NATIVE SPRING LAMB. Fresh Asparagus, String Beans, Bermuda Potatoes, Bermuda Onions. WaterCress. THE R. H. NESBIT CO. 49 Elm 9t., Cor. Churck. TL 871 To People Going Away Planning to leave for shore, mountain of val ley? Have us supply you with Groceries and Provisions. , Orders of $5.00 and upward will be' delivered free, up to fifty miles, shore or inland. This doesn't mean five dollars worth of sugar or flour, although both of these may be included in reasonable quantity. Call, telephone or write us. Diligent attention given to selections, packing and delivery. ' Qual ity first. Price second. BOSTON GROCERY COMPANY, N. A. FULLERTON, Proprietor TELEPHONE 535 AND 536. MONEY TO LOAN Loans quickly obtained on good Real Estate Security. Interest at H or 5 per cem.accorainetosecurity offered. Call at Room sio Exchange BMg., 865 Chapel St. Frederick 17!. Ward VETERANS GO TO WOODBRIDGE. Sunday, Bedshaw post, G. A. R., of Ansonia, paid Its annual visit to Wood bridge to' decbrate the graves of the soldier dead in that town.! Starting from Ansonia at 9 o'clock the post reached the Woodbridge church in time for the morning service. A ser mon, appropriate to the occasion, was preached by the pastor, after which nearly every one present repaired to the cemeteries where flowers were laid up on the graves of the deceased soldiers and sailors. An abundance of flowers had been provided by the peop'e of J Woodtbridge, who turn oue en masse i every year to assist in the exercises. A collation was served in the basement of j the church by the ladies, after which the Ansonia, veterans set out for home. The lowering; clouds threatened rain, i but hone fell until after the exercises. J An?nia was- reached shortly after 1 o'clock. "Ah," sighed the lovelorn yourth, "may I hope that you will be mine for ever and forever?"' "Why, yes," replied the cruel girl, with a yawnw, "you may hope that long if you wish." Philadel phia Press. ELK 9 TO DENVER. The Lehigh Valley railroftd has is sued a handsomely Illustrated itinerary covering a personally conducted tour arranged for New Haven, Norwich, New London, Waterbury, Me.riden, and other Connecticut lodges of Elks at tending the grand lodge session at Den ver in July. The Pullman sleepers will be run through from Connecticut to Denver without change and remark ably low rates have been made from all points in the state for this occasion. Copies of the itinerary and full infor mation can be secured by addressing, A. J.' Simmons, general eastern passen ger agent, 1160 Broadway, New Xork.