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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. SATURDAY' JULY 14 1906
THE HOWE & STETSON CO. THE HOWE & STETSON CO. New Haven's Coolest Stores cool enough to make summer shopping enjoyable even on the warmest day. Good EEllfflESnaEEa News LJERE are four columns of good merchandise-news composed of items picked up here-and-there about f f the store. They will make interesting reading and very profitable shopping. The Sale of Men's Hosiery and Underwear and the selling of a big purchase of Women's Oxfords on the Second Floor, will no doubt, form the leading attractions. Every other item is worthy of your attention. Saturday Brings Forth Good Items from the Suit Room. Shirts of fina linen with a touch of manishness in the making that give3 them a de cidely neat and natty appear ance, front panel, co'lar and cuffs are finished with pretty eyelet embroidery. Regular $3.75 valus. Saturday at A number of very pretty model waists in dainty French Batistes and fine lawns, elab orate trimmings of embroi dery and lace, also several pretty designs of all-ovor em broidery. Regular value, $5,90. At $3.75. Comfortable Kimonos of very good quality lawn, in a variety of pretty figured pat terns, double yoke back and front, finiahing of fine lawn border trimming these are priced from 49c to 75c. This summer's most popu lar waist the "Peter Pan", made of fine sheer linen, plait ed on both sides, neat shirt pocket and turn-over collar and cuffs sold regularly at $2.50. Saturday they will be priced at $1.50. $1.95. Sale of Men's Hosiery and Underwear from Chas. Simons' Sons Men's $1 .00 Gauze Lisle Underwear, 59c About 25 dozen of fine Lisle Gauze Shirts and Drawers, the material in these garments is of an extra fine quality, having that soft, silky, finish that is found only in the finest lisle there is a wide color choice of white, ecru, salmon and blue, in plain and fancy weaves. Shirts have long or short sleeves, silk finished fronts, self finished necks and pearl but tons. 4-button drawers with French strapped backs, large double gussets and suspender tapes. Men's Regular 50c Sample Underwear, Over 50 dozen of Men's Shirts and Drawers, in plain and ribbed balbrisjsans and mesh materials, the colors are ecru, bluo, pink, white and some fancy stripes shirts have long or short sleeves, some of the drawers are double seated. These are sample goods made to sell at 50c and are up to the stan dard of regular half-dollar goods both in materials and general making. A few of these garments are slightly soiled, other wise they ate in perfect condition. Men's 50c Balbriggan Underwear. 39 Another lot consisting of about 35 doz. Men's fine Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, the material in these garments is except ionally good end the making and the finish ing is that which characterizes all good 50c underwear. The Shirts have short sleeves and fine sateen facings, the drawers have French strapped backs, large double gus sets an4 strong suspender tapes, the same quality of garments are sold everywhere at 50c. During sale 39c. Men's Regular 10c Fast Black Hose, 7c. Men's Fast Black Cotton Hose, special stainless dye, good quality yarn; all sizes. Many stores would consider that they were giving a remarkable hosiery value in sell ing these hose at 10c a pair. Our im mense purchase at the Simons' Sale en ables us to sell them at 7c a pair. Men's Regular 12c Plain and Fancy Hose, 9c. A lot of Men's Fancy Hose in black, blue and brown effects; also plain blacks and grays and some in black with white feet there are a few seconds in the lot. By looking over this collection you will find that these are regular 12c values some may even go above that figure. Price during sale, 9c a pair. A Striking Glove Special. 2 clasp Kid Gloves of good quality, in white, black, tan, mode, slate and brown 75c and and $1.00 values. At 50c. Protection Collars, 10c. A good line of protection col lars in a variety of dainty em broidered effects, nearly all regu lar 25c values. At 10c. Coat Sets, 2Hc. Neat Coat Sets of fine wash materials 25c value. At 12Jc. Fancy Val. Lace, 5c and 1 0c a Yard. Many handsome patterns in Fancy French Va!. Laces, some excellent designs for lace hats, dresses and underwear worth 8c to 25c a yard. Specially priced at 5c and 10c a yard. Men's Regular 50c Plain and Fancy Lisle Hose, 27c A small lot of fine Sample Hose in fine lisle, cotton and mercerized lis'e, plain and fancy colors and a large assortment of figures, fancy stripes, plaids and embroi dered patterns. This hosiery is well made with double soles, heels and toes. It will take only a glance to tell you their real value. On sale at 27c a pair. Men's 1 9c Gauze Lisle Hose, 1 2 20 dozen Men's fine Gauze Lisle Hose in plain black, tan and gray, also a smaller lot of black, tan and blue1, in figures and the stylish hair-line stripes, this hosiery is extra well made with double soles, heels and toes. A regular 19c value. At 12$c a pair. Men's 25c Plain Black and Fancy Lisle Hose, 18c. There are two lots in this purchase, the first consists of about 25 dozen sample hose of fine lisle, in plain black and colors. The second lot consists of one case of Men's Plain Black, Fine Lisle Hose. The hosiery in both lots are well made with double soles, heela and toes. These hose cannot be bought elsewhere less than 25c. They will be on sale at 18c a pair, 3 for 50c. . tTT. " I - T"-1J. - C 9 women s wnrte eeus oj. mercerized and cotton duck, nicely embroidered, gilt and pearl buckles, large variety of styles all sizes. At 9c ea. Lawn and Linen Belts, fin ished with tucks, pearl but ton ornaments. 25c to 50c. Womee's Elastic Belts, good buckles of gilt and steel the buckles alone are worth 50c. At 59c. A number of dozen of fine French Tooth Brushes worth 15c, 19c and 25c. At 1 0c ca. Sponge Bags of cretonne, in a variety of pretty patterns; rubber lined, cord closing. At 10c. Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's Black Tennis Ox fordsall sizes. At 49c pair. Over 400 Pairs of Women's $2.50 Oxfords will be on sale Saturday At $1.57 a Pair, tasm (Shoe Department Second Floor.) We have just received the first shipment of a series of big shoe purchases that we have been making recently. This first in stalment consists of over 400 pairs of new Oxfords made on desirable lasts in all the popular leathers. Every pair in the lot is worth $2.50; we'll nlace them on sale tomorrow at $1.57. Here are some of the different styles : Vici Kid Oxfords, patent tips, hand turned solei, Cuban heels. Tan Vici Kid, Bluchet cut Oxfords, plain too, hand turned Bole, Cuban heels. Tan Russia Calf Oxfords, heavy Boles and medium heels. Dull Vici Kid, Blucher cut Oxfords, hand turned soles, Cuban heels. Vici Kid, Blucher cut Oxfords, patent tip, large eyelets. Patent Colt, Blucher cut Oxfords, plain toe, dull quarter, Cuban heeL These styles are in all sizes from 2 to 7. $1 .57 O" Sale Saturday, at .57 I J Children's Fine Ribbed Cot ton Hose, spliced heels and toes, double sole, also boys 2x2 ribbed cotton hos", spliced heels and toes, at 2c a pair. Women's Black Lisle Hose, spliced soles, double heels and toes extra fine quality. At 29c a pair, 4 for $1.00. Women's fine ribbed cotton vests, low necks, no sleeves, silk tapes, 1 7c each, 3 for 50c Good, strong Palmer Ham mocks, large assortment of colors and patterns. Regular ?1.25yalue. At 98c. Remnants of Cretonnes, Fancy Nets and Curtain Swiss es regular prices 12Jc to 49c. At 5c a yard. Children's Pique Hats, in blue, white and pink; wide brims, trimmings of ribbon rosettes 59c, 89c and $1.25 values. At 48c. IN CANDY DEPARTMENT-BASEMENT. Chocolate Almonds, 29c a pound-Regular price, 40c a pound. THE HOWE & STETSON CO. THE HOWE & STETSON CO. 1 THE CAT'S MISTAKE. Until a short time ago Bernard F. Miohaelson of Montclair, N. J., was tha owner of two pets, a cat known as Patrick Hem ;': and a brlndle ibullSog Bounce. The animals were the great est of friends and ate and drank from the same dish- A week or so ago the bulli! g was sunning himself on the front lawn of Mr lllchaelson's' home, the cat close beside him, when an au tomobile dashed by. Behind it ran u dog. 'At the sight of Bounce the new-comer leaped the hedge and ran at him. Bounce rose to meet him and the dogs sprang at each other's throats. Before they could be separated Bounce hafl been mortally injured and the strange dog had leaped back into the road and 1 was off after the automobile. Patrick Henry remained close beside ; his friend, lickin,? -his wounds. When Bounce died Patrick Henry semed over came with grief.- He refused to eat or finnk and daily took up his post on the front of the lawn (besides the road. Nothing could entice him from his position where he had a full sight of the roadway. Mr. Mlchaelson and his family watched him and discovered that at the approach of an automobile Patrick Henry would dart into the ivad. When it had passed he would re turn to the lawn with a disappointed look. For days Patrick Henry kept up his vigil. At last ho was rewarded by the night of an automobile behind which ran a painting dog. Patrick Henry's tall grew large as the dag passed him, and with a b-.auul he jumped on Its back. The :-hoek knocked the dog from its feet and when ihc owners of the automobile returned to pick it up it was dying, tha cat having torn It; throat open. Now that he has revenged Bounce Patrick Henry has resumed his meals. Unfortunately for Mr Mlchaelson while the d g which killed Bounce was a bull dog, Patrick Henry in his wrath at tacked a water spaniel whose owner threatens to sue Mr- Miohaelson for damages. New York Herald. Are you in need of shoes ? Something to finish the season with. We have just the thing in our sale of Men's Russia Calf, Wax Calf and Patent Colt at $1.98. Reduced from $3. $3.50 and $4. See Window Number 3. Never hit a man when he has Kot you down. Philadelphia Record. Bacon bhe says she Is twenty-eight years old-" Egbert "Well, she looks as if she would say she was about that old." Yonkers Statesman. YOUR SUMMER OUTING. If you are fond of fishing, canoeing, camping or the study of wild animals look up the lAlgonquin National Park of Ontario for your summer outing. A fish and game preserve of ' 2,000,000 acres Interspersed with 1 200 lakes and rivers is awaiting you, offering all the attractions that nature can bestow. Magnificent canoe trips. Altitude 2,000 feet above sea level. Pure and exhila rating atmosphere. Just the place for a young man to put in his summer holi days. An interesting and profusely il lustrated descriptive publication telling you all about It sent free on applica tion to F. P. Dwyer, 290 Broadway, New York. 'THE CARPENTER-ANTS. I once carefully studied a large col ony of carpenter-ants that for several years hal lived and wronght within the heavy corner beam of a flour-mill at Bellwood, Pennsylvania. One gang dropped the pellets from a crack In the twelve-inch beam which opened into the nt-xt. These fall upon a cross beam, eighteen inches beneath, where another group of workers gathered them up and dropped them upon the stairway that led from the lower story, the next being situated abo"e the second floor. The miller, who had been about the premises for several years, said that when, he first came the ants had a third gang detailed upon the stairway, sev eral feet below, who cleared off the dumpage and dropped it to the floor. But as he swept the stairs dailly, the emmets discovered that their detail for duty in that quarter was not need ed and withdrew it. Thereafter work went on as I saw it the clappings cast from the cross-beam to the stairs were left to the manipulation of the miller's broom. I have frequently found carpenter ants lodged in the shade trees along city street and squares, and there they have the same habit of secretiveness or is it cleanliness? practised by their country cogeners. Near my house stood a maple much the worse for wear and tear, although not old. On one side, a few inches from the roots, was a call tubular opening hidden behind a bulging scale of bank. Out of this ants were dropping cuttings, which formed a little heap upon the ground Workers wrought upon this pile, car rying pellets piece by piece to the pave ment curb and casting them into the gutter. It was intresting and amusing to watch tha little creatures in this act Having reached the curbstone, tha we porter would rear upon her hing legs 'poise herself a moment thus, then bending forward, release or cast the chip from her jaws. The fore feet were used for this bang raised to the side of her face and placed against the pellet, which by a sharp forward mo tion was hurled away. Then would follow several similar movements, as though to brush from mouth and mandibles adhering particles of dust. A gentle breeze blowing at the time, lifted up the ejected cutting and car ried it down the gutter, which for sev eral feet was strewn with pellets. In some way these emmet porters seemed to have grasped the fact that the breeze aided the disposal of the chip page, which therefore need cause no further concern. Henry C. McCook, L. L. D., in Harper's. "De man dat nurses unreasonable hopes," said Uncle Eben, "may be fool ish, but he ain't as foolish as do one dat nurses vain regrets." Washington Star. 1 Cheese Sale Cloverdale Full Cream Cheese, 12c per lb. Just for Saturday and then back to the old price again. Steaks and Roasts Cut from Prime Beef for your Sun day dinner. SPim'G LAMB, NATIVE VEAL, SPUING CHICKENS AND FOWLS. HEMLOCK BIBGE FARM EGGS Rcelveu every morning, .bvery one stumped. TrtO Telephone Coll 4200. S. S. ADAMS. Cor. Stats and Court Streets. 899 Howard Ave.. 143 Rosette St.. 745 Grand Ave.. 268 Iavenoort Ave 604 Howard Ave.. 7 Hhelton Ave 55 Lloyd St. Special for To-Day. Celery fresh, crisp and well bleached, Native Green Cornvery delicious and sweet. Watermelon they are cut ting fine. Native Cucumbers refreshing. The S.W.HurlburtCo. 1074 Chapel St. HART MARKET CO. Telephone Peas and Strawberries are now in their prime. Use for appetizers some of our Fresh Killed Spring Chicken and Sweet Breads. . All the Fresh Vegetables and Fruits. Spring Lamb and Spring Ducklings.' 180 TEMPLE STREET. ONLY GOOD SHOES TheNewHavem Shoe Co.'.. 842 and 846 Chapel Street. Ba (rains in Canned Tomatoes We offer ioo cases 3-lb. Cans Standard Tomatoes, at ,. 1 oc per can, $ 1. 15 per dozen. Elgin Creamery Butter Ours is the finest obtainable. Price reduced to 24c lb. Native Potatoes Fine cookers at 35c per pic., $1.25 per bu. Fresh Killed Poultry Full dressed Fowls. Full dressed Long Island Ducks. Fancy Spring Broilers. Ripe Pineapples. For canning, at ioc, 120 and 15c each. D. M. WELCH & SON, Fair H aven 28-30 Congress Ave West Haven iJS A FAIR 'JUDGE' ' 1 y w Cannot fail to eulosrizethe benefit V i accruing from a Gas Water Heater. It Is not only convenient, it is necessarv to Sum mer comfort. It obviates the pail or tea kettle brigade from kitchen to bathroom after the coal fires are out. By its use, water may be heated aimofet instantaneously at a minimum cost. It I3 so constructed that the accumulation of dirt which interferes with the operation of many such heaters is Impossible. Every housewife who wisrres to enjoy her Summer to the full should get one now. It costs little and saves much.; Gas Brass Water Heaters, $15 K,rfly See THE GAS CO. STEINERTONE PIANOS Best on the market in Brilliancy of Tone, Tonal Capa ity, Action and Construction. Only Pianos Sold in City at Manufacturers' Prices. Salesrooms at Factory, 108 Park Street.