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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, If FRIDAY , JUN"E 29 1906;
MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE
Continues with the Greatest
Values Ever Given.
Wish we could print a full list of bargains every
day, but we cannot we can only suggest the
great saving opportunity. Every department
falls before this wide Clearance Sweep and
every counter is lined with extraordinary values.
Look for the red lettered "Mid-Summer Clearance
Sale" signs. Every one tells of a big bargain.
Friday we start a big clearance of
STATIONERY.
One quire Box of Stationery,
24 sheets of fine paper . and 24
envelopes, values 39c and 45c,
sale price 29c.
Choice of any of our popular
25c a box or pound Stationery,
during this sale for 19c.
$ .
Combination S
Offered at Half Value.
The grandest and most gigantic offer of its kind
New. Haven ever saw. No question about it; no
question about the phenominal bargain that each
combination represents. It permits persons of mod
erate means, especially those in summer homes, to
to have a luxury and delight that a few years ago
only the rich possessed. Inventory is close at hand.
Stock is very large. Bargains are being offered that
eclipse all previous records.
KNABE PIANO. Worth $450.
Walnut case, first-olass condition,
ANGELES PIANO PLAYER. Worth fSSO.
Walnut case, player almost new.
MATHUSHEK PIANO. Worth 9370.
Mahogany case.Almost new.
AKGELUS PIANO PLAYER. Worth 2C0.
Walnut case the latest design. ,
2
SUDDEN & BATES. Worth
Mahogany case, has had very
CECILLIAN PIANO PLAYER
Mahogany case, Just as good
3
4
NEW ENGLAND PIANO. Worth W30.
ThiB is a new piano, mahogany case.
CECILLIAN PIANO PLAYER, Worrth 350.
This player Is practically new.
5
WEBER SQUARE PIANO. Worth 9200
Rosewood case, carved legs, good tone.
HARMONIST PIANO PLAYER. Worth C2B0
This is new, nice mahogany case.
6
WALKER UPRIGHT PIANO.
CECILLIAN PIANO PLAYER,
71
SALT AU PARLOR GRAND.
ANCELUS ORCHESTRELLA.
8
GALE SQUARE PIANO. Rosewood Cn.c.
CECILLIAN PIANO PLAYER. Mnhngnny Case.
PIANO PLAYERS.
EMERSON PIANO ANGELTJS PLAYER $280
Ebonlsed case. Price when new $60(1.
STERLING PIANO ANGELUS PLAYER $300
Mahogany case, good condition. Cost new $575.
AEOLIAN SELF-PL A1ING.ORG AN $12.',
i.n 10 PIANO PLAYERS, fullywarranted ...00 to $200
"lso 20 SQUARE PIANOS $10, $15 and $20 each.
80 ORGANS $5, $10, $13 and f20 each.
TO TOUR THE BRITISH ISLES.
Mrs. f "W. J. Sizer sails for Europe
on the steamship Etruria, of the Cu
nard X4ne, Saturday, the 30th. She in
tends to tour the British Isles, visiting
the Iakes of Killarney and cities of
Ireland, thence to the land of Burns
and Sir Walter Scott, the Trossachs
and points of interest In Scotland; the
lake region and cathedral cities of
England, the Shakespeare home, Ken
ilworth and Warwick castles, together
with Oxford, Cambridge and London,
staying a couple of weeks in the latter
city before her retrn.
Half-pound Box of Station
ery, 30 sheets and 30 envelopes,
value 10c a box, sale price 7c.
Choice of any of our 10c and
12 l-2c Writing Pads for 7c
All first-class paper, plain or
ruled; including our popular
Souvenir Note Tablet.
PIANOS
AND
PLAYERS
AND
PLAYER
PIANOS
S475
S440
SST8.
little use.
Worth W50.
as new.
S380
S335
$225
Walnut Case.
Mahogany Case.
SI65
SI90
Enonfoed Cnse.
Ebonlied Cass..
$140
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
Of P. O. of A. Held in Courier Building.
Camp P. O. of A. held their sixth an
nual meeting in the Journal and Cour
ier building last evening. Among the
eighty who were present were delegates
from Yonkers, N. T., Meriden, Water
bury and New Britain. Mrs. Hattie
Smith was chairman. During the
meeting Initiations were held and elec
tion of officers, After the meeting a
larga banquet was served.
RETURN OF THE CROWD.
QUIET HEIQNED ABOUT XEW
HAVEN.
Great Sight tor Spectator on Trains
and Boats Peck Carried Large Crowd
Returning About 8 o'clock Crew Re
turned About 0:20 Cuptaln Morse
Not Returning.
It was quieter a'bout New Haven, and
especially the Yale campus, last even
ing than it has been on the night of the
big boat -race sliue 1899, since for the
first time in seven years the Yale 'var
sity crew was defeated by Harvard.
The usual celebration was of course
non-existent-last evening.
The immense crowd from this city
which attended the boat race yester
day, both on the trains and on the
Peck, had a grand time and were pre
sented with a magnificent sight. The
day was warm and the faces of many
of the women and girls, who returned
adorned in blue, were painted crimson
red 'by the heat of the sun. No acci
dent marred the pleasure of the day
for those who went to s.ee the two ri
vals strive for victory.
The 7:40 morning special for the
freshman race was fairly crowded, but
the largest number left on the regular
and special trains around noon in time
for the 'varsity event.
A large party of directors and other
officials of the railroad, with their
friends, had car 200 and a coach for
their accommodation. The railroad
party numbered twenty persons and
they viewed the race from the observa
tion section of 200.
The Richard Peck was crowded and
left shortly after twelve o'clock for the
race. ,It took an advantageous position
along the course and near the finish as
possible. The Peck arrived here at a
little after eight o'clock.
The New (Haven road had provided
special arrangements for the service to
New London, and had an extra number
of detectives on hand to protect the
crowls on the observation trains end at
the depot,
Those who saw the race on the obser
vation trains returned before six
o'clock, while those on the Peck re
turned a little after eight o'clock. The
sxt later train to this city was one
nd one-half hours in making the trip
owing to delays.
The Yale crew returned very quietly
on a special car attached to the train
hich arrived in this city at 9:20 last
evening. All the men returned to New
Haven except Captain Morse. All were
in good condition. H. Noyes, 1908, was
chosen captain at New London for next
year. He will be a junior next year,
MAJOR GIBSON IN TOWN.
Prominent Alumnus Attends Class Re
union. Among the prominent Yale alumni
who are in New Haven this week at
tending reunions of their classes la Dr.
Robert J. Gibson, major in the United
State army, who has been attending
the celebration of the thirtieth reunion
of the class of '76 S. ' Major Gibson,
who was a New Haven boy, Is now sta
tioned at Newport, R. I., where he will
probably be for several years. He has1
recently returned from a service of sev
eral years in the Philippine Islands. .
Major Gibson was graduated from
Sheffield Scientific school in 1876 and
from the Medical school in 1879. He l's
a son in law of Mrs. Banks of Trumbull
street,
His son, Robert Gibson, received his
degree of Ph. D. from Yale 'this com
mencement. Another son, Edward
Banks Gibson, has entered the Annap
olis Naval academy, having recently
passed the examination, and Is now at
the academy, : ' ,
A brother, Major W. W. Gibson, of
the United States army general staff, is
military attache at St. Petersburg and
Norway. He was present at the recent
coronation ceremonies of King Haakin.
Both Major Gibson and ills brother
are graduates of the Hlllhouse High
school.
CORONER HOLDS THE DOR
MANS. Both Walter and Bert Likely to be In
dicted for Murder,
Coroner Mix's investigation Into the
death of D. J. Guckin, who was killed
in a State street saloon Tuesday even
ing, resulted In his holding Walter J.
rne unaLiieiu sruw w state street
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Dorman criminally responsible, and
Bert Dorman as abettor. Both will
probaibly .be indited on a charge of
murder.
The autopsy showed that death re
sulted from a clot of blood on the
brain, which the coroner believes was
due to a blow.
Guckin was formerly a resident of
Bristol.
Al LAST,
(Continued from Second Page.)
Harvard only had a second to her
credit. For a quarter of a mile further
Yale prevented Harvard from increas
ing her lead, but over the next and last
quarter of a mile Harvard began to
slip away from her rival little by little.
A quarter of a mile from the finish
Boulton raised his stroke to 32, where
he gamely held it for a short distance
as Harvard raised hers, first to 31,
then to 32 and finally to 33. Fllley with
deadly precision was now measuring
off Yale's defeat. When the Harvard
captain let go the last burst of his
power Yale had finished up every
ounce of her endurance and the Crim
son shell sped on to victory. Harvard
finished the race In 23 minutes 2 sec
onds. Yale In 23 minutes 11 seconds.
The official times were as follows:
Distance. Harvard. Yale.
Half mile 2:43 214
One mile : 6:41 5:40
Mile and half 8:30 8:30
Two miles 11:30 11:31
Two and one-half mile.. 13:55 13:56
Three miles 17:20 17:21
Three and one-half miles 20:15 20:16
Four miles 23.02 23:11
Harvard's winning distance was two
and one-half lengths.
TWO RACES hOK TALE.
Freshmen Event Bitterly Fought From
End to End.
New London, June 28. Yale won from
Harvard this morning In the freshman
eight-oar and the 'varsity four-oar
races, the two events preliminary to the
great contest between the eight-oared
crows representing the two universities,
which ' started from the drawbridge
shortly after 4 o'clock this afternoon.
The freshman race was a nerve-racking
contest, bitterly fought fr6m start to
finish, with the result in doubt up to the
last few seconds. Form triumped, howt
ever, and the better crew, from a tech
nical point of, view, was the- winner.
The scant length separating the two
shells as they flashed across the finish
line about represents the superiority of
the New Haven youngsters.
In the four-oared contest Harvard
made a sorry showing Indeed, falling
further and further astern as the race
progressed, until at the finish fully eight
lengths of water ran from the stern of
the Yale shell to the bow of the Cam
bridge boat.
Thus, with two victories to her credit,
Yale looked forward with even greater
eagerness to the 'varsity race this afternoon-
Confidence was unbounded,
ebullience unrestrained. Odds on Yale
went begging, the very atmosphere
seemed to assume a blue tinge, while
Harvard men, not a little humbled and
deeply worried as to the prospects of
their crew In the face of the morning's
defeats, had no words, 'and no money
more eloquent under Existing circum
stanceswith which to quench, or at
least temper, the ardor of Yaue op
timism. Nevertheless, rowing sharps, who had
no especial affiliation with either uni
versity, and who as a consequence were
unaffected by the play of sentimental
emotions, asserted that . the 'varsity
race had yot to be won by Yale, a fig
ure of speech which in rowing parlance
means more than the constituent words
Imply. If It Is as close, as well fought
as the freshman race adherents of
neither Institution of learning can ask
more.
FRESHMAN RACE.
Yale . 10:39 2-5
Harvard 10:41
'VARSITY FOURS.
Yale 11:46 3-5
Harvard 12:14
MONEY TO LOAN
' Loans quickly obtained on good Rent
Estate Security. Interest at t, or 5 per
cent, according to security offered. Cal -it
Koom aio Exchange Bklg., 65 Chapel St.
Frederick M. Ward.
298-302
Paper and Twine in State.
Inventory approaches. Prior to stock
taking we will sell (for cash only)
Al l-Wool Squares
6 ft. x 9 ft, $3.98 9 ft. x 10 ft. 6, $6.98
7 ft. 6x9 ft. 4.98 9 ft x 12 ft. 7.98
9 ft. x 9 ft. 5.98 Assortment is choice
Colonial Rugs
Made from new clean fresh rags in
artistic colors.
2 ft 3 in. x 4 ft 6 in., only $1.25. '
3 ft. x 6 ft, only $1.75.
Room sizes proportionately low.
SEASONABLE COTTAGE DRAPERIES
Kelim Couch Covers
Mosquito Canopies
Sash Curtain Fabrics Porch Screens
.(black and white.)
Hug and Drapery Store.
Foot of Center.
Open Bat. Eve'gs.
Take a Box with you into
the Country
HALL'S
Chocolate Cream
BonBons
are Dure Candies, made
with assorted Real Fruit Flavors inside,
with a chocolate coating.
There are a few Candy makers who
have the assurance to ask $1 00 a pound
for their goods. Other makers com
promise on 80 cents, while others, with a
reputation still to gain, charge 60 cents.
Our Chocolates eaual anv of, theirs
in every respect and excel some of them
in flavor and texture of the chocolate
used for the coating.
Half pound boxes, $ .30
Pound " .60
(Assorted flavors or
Kail Peppermints. J
JB JPfxtti sir-
THEO. KEILER
Funeral Director and ICmbslmefc
408 State Street, cor. Elm.
BRANCH OFFICE
435 Campbell Avenue, Went Haven.
CHAMPION & CO.,
FLORISTS,
1026 Chapel Street,
Entrance Hyperion Theatre.
DEATHS.
HOADLEY In Englewood, New Jersey,
Wednesday, June 27th, Russeu, son 01
Charles Hoadley and Harriet Hast
ings Hoadley, aged one year and ten
months. s 329 It
Courier Record,
MARINE!.
Tort ol New Harca,
ARRIVED:
Schr- Margaret, Clark, Greenport.
Schr Marlon, Talmadge, N. Y.
Schr Silver Spray, Wilbur, Rockaway.
Schr J. J, Colwell (Br.), McLean, St.
John, N. B.
CLEARED. v;
Schr Neptune, Holbrook, Frov.
Schr Georgo and Albert, Fairchlld,
Rockawny.
Schr Crest, Miller, Onset.
Schr Altnona. Fisher, Onset.
MINIATURE) ALMANAC
JUNE 29.
S Rises 4:21 Moon Sets H'h Water
S Sots 7:29 morn 3:56 a. m.
FOn SALE 1,000 net intent Stove
Brick. Every set wnrrnnted one year.
Orders received,' 703 STATE STREET.
NOTICE.
The fortieth Annual Meeting of the
Corporators of the National Savings
Bank of New Haven will be held at
their Banking Honsc, 145 Orange St.,
on Wednesday, July 4tn, lsue, at 9:30
o'clock a. m., and the Semi-Annual
Meeting of the Trustees of said Bank
will be held at the same place and date
at 9:45 a, m.
120 eod Ct JULIUS TWISS, Secretary.
At the Shore
it is considered quite the
proper thing to do all sorts
of funny table stunts, fin
gers for forks, clam shells
for plates, anything for a
good time.
Still many people tire of
too much picnicking and
prefer plates and other
proper dishes. That all
may be pleased, we will
send this week an English
Imported dinner set of 112
pieces for $7.48. This is a
regular $12 set, good ware,
Brown Derby decoration,
and at the price a chance
which may never come
again.
The usual price-cutting
on summer specialties is
developing.
BROWN & DURHAM,
Complete Honsa Furnishers.
Orange and Center Sts.
FOR SALE
Two small places. Orange Center,
$2,200 and 2,600 buys them, if sold
soon.
CHAS. A. BALDWIN
INSURANCE. LOANS RENTS.
87 Church ' street (Room 2).
For Rent on Sherman Avenue.
Two modern 6-room flats, with all
improvements, $25.00. Also a 9-room
Cottage at Savin Rock, on Beach St.
Rent low for balance of season.
W. D. Judson,
Room 402. 902 Chapel St.
Mall7 BoildlnB.
MEAR HUMPHREY ST. $50
A first floor in a new, two-family hous?
now being built on Orange Street. Eiglil
rooms, hot air heat, pillared openings,
hardwood floors, etc Also a good barn.
GILL ST. . $35
An eight-room rent In a two-family house
near West Chapel Street. -It has separate
front entrances, steam heat and all im
provements. less than a mile from centei
MAPLE ST. $33. cr
A detached house of nine rooms with al;
Improvements. A pleasant corner house
in an excellent neighborhood. CouvenieD.
to the trolley line.
SHORE COTTAGES .
Several furnished cottages located at the
near-by beaches. They have from six tc
ten rooms each, and are well situated.
Prices arc Irom Iioo to J550. . .
FOR HEHT.
IN FARMINGTON, from June 1 to Oo-
toDer 1, uoioniai house, 9 rooms, fur
nished, center of town; verandas on
two sides; excellent spring water;
modern Improvements. Inquire Dr.
Carrlngton, Farmlngton, Conn, tf
West Haven
Building Lots
Prices rams from 12.00 to $3.00
front foot. Slzo ot lot to eult Pur
chaser.
II. V. "RICHARDS,
Real Estate Broker
1 41 Orange St.
To Let.
Modern Offices in Build
ing No. 839 Chapel St.
Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor
Srrtce.
Benj. R. English,
830 CHAPEL STRpET. .
THE PHILIPPINES
Their Resources and Worth will be
fully described to tyou if you wll write
WM. KEEFE.
P. O, Box 773,
or call at Room 205 Washington Bldg,
City. J20 6t
FOR RENT Two very
desirable new flats, 8 rooms,
all improvements, . West
Chapel St.
J. C PUNDERF0RD
US Chorea Straat,
FOR SALE.
To clcse up an estate, a ten-room
house, large lot, fruit, etc. Suitable for
two families. The location commands
a picturesque view of New: Haven Har
bor. Honey to loan In Sums to Suit.
k gj hoadley;
Washington Building, Room 214,
89 CHURCH STREET.
Office open evenings.
200 LOTS
Convenient to the Green. GREAT
OPPORTUNITY FOR BUILDERS OR
INVESTORS. Buy of the owner.
EDWARD M. CLARK
19 CHURCH STREET.
.Washington Building. , 1
Brick House.
Grove Street,
Near Whitney Ave.
T, ,r- AMMpS. , ,' ,
Stents.
One cent a word for each insertion,
live cent a word for a full week, seven
time.
WANTED.
EXPERT bookkeeper who has held re
sponsible positions will accept an
kind of office work at eight dollars a
week if there is opportunity for. ad
vancement. Al recommendations. Ac
countant, Courier Office. J2T 6t
: ;
WANTED.
SITUATION by competent Cook and
Laundress. 292 Wallace St. J29 2t
, WANTED.
A COOK at 32S Temple street. Apply
evenings. j2S 2t
WANTED.
A MRST-CLASS cook. No laundry
wark. References. Call from 1 to 2
and5 to S. 172 Whitney Ave. J25 6t
r WANTED.
FIRST-CLASS cook, references. 324
York street. j2J yt
T WANTED FOR V. S. ARMY.
AQLE-BODIED, unmarried men, be-'
twean ages 21 and 35; citizens of
United States, of good character and
temperate habits, who can speak
read and write English. Apply Ra
- S,rultln,S Officer, 890 Chapel street.
New Haven; 756 Main street. Hart
5oSdL 10,22 Maln street. Bridgeport;
199 Bank street. Waterbury, Cona
JHtt
ALL good help should call here. Wo
supply all the best places and always
,,?, large numbers. Sleeman's Re
liable Employment Agency, 763 Chap
el. Open evenings. , . ml4-tt
SLEEMAN'S RELIABLE EMPLOY -MENT
AGENCY, 7S3 Chapel St. es
tablished 20 years. Largest, best in
the fatate. Best male and female help
for any and all kinds of work. Sent
anywhere. Open evenintrs. Tel 2322.
.??ES SELECT EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY, 23 Church street. Telephona
1401-12 connections. Largest Agency
male and female help supplied fop
mercantile and domestlo service for
any and all kinds of work. Sent any
. w'here.Open evenings.
. R. B. MALLORY
AUCTIONEER and Appraiser," 112 J
Chapel St. Telephone 2360. House
. hold sales a specialty. a4t
STUDENT-USED Upright Pianos
WE. have a large lot used only through
one academic year, mostly for a few
minutes amusement now and then .
they are as good as new, cases re-
pousnea, soul fY5 to $125 off, fully
guaranteed. Stoinert, 777 Chapel St
329 7t
R. R. Mllllnrv. lnpilnitn ealla nf On,
Blatchley avenue (near Woolsey street),
jiiuay, i p. m., nice goods, sideboard,
Dining Table, Chairs, Couch, Bureau,
Iron RpflRffiflrl Tnhlna T nib-cKc a
Carpet, Matting, Linoleum, Chamber
etc. ' -too ot-
BURDKTTB SMITH, representing The
m. x: Burrows, .Rustless Screens, in
town four days. Drop me a postal.
I will call on you. General delivery.
j26 3t
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.'
PARTY removing will sell plot lit
Evergreen Cemetery, Finest location
Address Lewis & Maycock, Funeral
directors, New Haven, Conn. j28 31;
Patent Stove Brick are Cheapest.
MASSAGE. , --
Miss Leeke, the Expert in Magnetlo and
Electrical Massage has parlor at 93
Olive street. Satisfactory treatment
In all branches of massage. Rheu
matism cured. Facial wrinkles and
pimples quickly removed at moderate
price. Massage taught Home day
and evening.
Place your Fire Insurance with us.
We represent the Home Insurance Co..
of New York, the strongest in tho
country.
C"Pltnl 3,000,000
Assets . 21,23,0r3
Liabilities Except Capital.. . OA18,SBO
Surplus to Policyholders 11,780,501!
GARDNFR fcWRSE & SON. Agents
851 CHAPEL STREET. ,
District of New Haven, ss. Probata
Court, June 27th, 1906
ESTATE OF JOHN J. STUDWELL, lata
of Brooklyn, Now York, owning prop
erty in said District, deceased.
An Instrument in writing, purporting
to be a duly exemplified and authenti
cated copy of the last will and testa
ment of said ripi'onapil nnA
ceedings in the Surrogate Court for
Vlnno rml TVT XT 1 ,
jvmna vtvuuLj, i-,uw xuik, , proving, es
tablishing same,' having been presented
In Court, and D. Irving Mead of Brook
lyn, New York, having made written
application praying that the same may
be filed and recorded and that letters
testamentary may be granted, as by.
said application on file in this Court
more fully appears, it iis
ORDERED, That said application bo
heard and determined at a Court of
Progate to be held at New Haven, in
said District, on the 9th day of July,
1906, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, and'
that pGblic notice of tho pendency of
said application, and of the time and
nlnCA of ihf hptirinir tlinnfinvi. Vo
to all parties interested in said estate.
u n.,Kl;nut i 1 ... "
uy puuiiauijiK tilia U1UCI mice umeS 111
a newspaper having a circulation in
said District.
By the Court.
GEORGE W. CRAWFORD, Clerk
J28 SC
The merchants National Bank
NEW HAVEN. CONN.
June 25tb. 1906.
JTIXETT-EIGHTH DIVIDE1VD.
The Board of Directors have this day
declared a semi-annual dividend of S
per cent, free of tax, payable on and
after July 2d, 1906, to stockholders ofi
record of that date.
H. V. WHIPPLE, Cashier,
270 State St., Head of Woosters
THE NEW HAVEJT SAVINGS BANK.
The semi-Annual meeting of tha
Board of Trustees of tha New Haven
Savings Bank will be held at the Bank
ing House in New Haven on Saturday,
the 30th day of June, 1906, at 3 o'clock
p. m., for the purpose of declaring a
semi-annual dividend, appointing aud
itors and for doing any other business)
proper to be done at said meeting.
OLIVER S. WHITE, Clerk.
NeW Haven, June 26, 1906. J27 3t
The National New Haven Bank.Estab
llshed 1792, New Haven, Conn., Juna
26th. 1906.
TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY
FIRST DIVIDEND.
A semi-annual dividend of four per
cent, free of tax, has been declared by
this bank, payable on the second day of
July, 1906. The transfer books will re
main closed till that date.
J27 4t EDWARD E. MIX, Cashier.
THE MECHANICS BANK OF NEW HA
VEX,
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of this bank for the election of di
rectors for the ensuing year will bar
held at their banking house on Mon
day, July 2d, 1U06. Polls open from H
a. m. to 12 in.
j27 3teod S. Fred STRONG, Cashier,

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