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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AID COURIER, TUESDAY JULY 17 1906.
j At 8:30 Tuesday Morning, wc start our 1 as 5ale of Domestics emi-Annu This is the event that has made our Basement famous for straight and honest value-giving. This sale will be no exception to its predecessors in fact, it will be even greater both in straight Price-Reductions and the enor mous amount of merchandise involved. In our Basement, you will find Thousands of Dollars worth of Cotton Goods at Prices that are Extraordinary. We wish to call special attention to the values we quote on Bed Sheets and Pillow Cases, these, more than anything else, clearly demonstrate Howe & Stetson supremacy in Domestic selling. You will find the prices of the finished sheets and pillow cases to be less than the regular prices of the ma terial alone. Semi-Annual Sale of Domestics. Cotton Sheeting and Bed Spreads. Unbleached Cotton Sheeting, 40 inches wide, in remnants. 10c value. Safe price, 8c a yard. Bleached Cotton Sheeting, full 2J yards 'wide. Rtgular 27c value. Sale price, 24c a yard. Bleached Cotton Sheeting, 36 inches wide. Eegalar'7Jc value. Sale price, 6c a yard. Bleached Pillow Case Cotton, flYtra emnrl quality. 42 inches. Regular 15c value. aaie price, ic a Yd. Bleached Pillow Case Cotton, extra god quality. 45 inches. Regular 17c value. Sale price, 14c a yard. Full-size Crochet Bed Spreads, in select Marseilles patterns. Regular $1.29 value. Sale price, $1 .09. Full-size Fringed Bed Spreads, square and cut-out corners. Regular $1.30 value. Sale price, $1.15. Over 100 Satin Bed Sp-eada Importers' Samples, at One-Third under regular prices. Semi-Annual Sale of Domestics Remnants of Unbleached Cotton, in 2 to 10 yard lengths. 36 inches wide regular 6Jc value. Domestic Sale Price, 5c a Yard. Semi-Annual Sale of Domestics A Standard Bleached Sheeting ona of the best known makes sold regu larly at 10c a yard. Domestic Sale Price, 8c a Yard. Semi-Annual Sale of Domestics Good quality Unbleached Cotton Sheeting, 21 yards wide. 25 value, at 27 value, at 22c a yard. 24c a yard. Semi-Annual Sale of Domestics Full-size Crochet Bed Spreads, in handsome Marseilles patterns a spread that sells regularly at 98c. Domestic Sale Price, 79c each. Semi-Annual Sale of Domestics. Pillow Cases. Pillow Pillow Pillow Pillow Pillow Cases, 42 and 45x36. Cases, 42 and 45x36. Cases, 45x36. Cases, 45x386. Cases, 45x36. 2Hc value. 1 4c value. 19c value. 19c value. 21c value. At 9c. At 11c. At 1 5c. At 1 5c. At 1 6c. Semi-Annual Sale of Domestics. Bed Sheets. Bed Sheets, Bed Sheets, Bed Sheets, Bed Sheets, Bed Sheets, Bed Sheets, Bed Sheets, Bed Sheets, Bed Sheets, Brown Bed Sheets, 72x90. 63x90. 72x90. 81x90. 72x90. 81x90. 81x90. 81x90. 81x99. 72x90. 49c value. 59c yalue. 58c value. 60c value. 63c value. 68c value, 75c value. 78c value. 83c value. 59c value. At 39c. At 49c. At 48c. At 50c. At 55c. At 58c At 63c. At 68c. At 72c. At 49c. 5 mm Chapel streets, spent yesterday In Hartford, the guest of his brother, who is a cleric at the Hotel Hartford. LAID CORNERSTONE Of New Odd Fellow Building in Stam ford. The laying of the cornerstone of the new Odd Fellow building-, the first fra ternal building of Stamford, was car ried out under auspicious circumstances Saturday afternoon. There were pres ent the highest officers of the grand lodge of Odd Fellows in this state, large delegations from all the organizations of the order in town, city and town offi cials and a considerable number of the general public. There was a parade. William W. Gil lespie was master of ceremonies and he delivered the opening address. The opening ode of the order was sung by the Odd Fellows, and then Rev. Louis F. Berry, pastor of the First church, led ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE a A Certain Cure for Tired, Hot, Aching Feet. VVXuCroX uAi DO NOT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE. For FREE Trial l ack ape. Adorer, Aliun b. OiniBieil, in prayer. Mayor Cummlngs delivered the address. At the conclusion of Mr. Cummings" speech the stone was laid. The cere mony was conducted by Grand Master Philip Pond, of New Haven, assisted by Grand Secretary W. S. Hutchinson, of South Manchester, who took the place of the grand chaplain, who was unable to be present. The usual Odd Fellow ritual for cornerstones was fol lowed out, the stone being laid in the name of Friendship, Love and Truth. BRYAN COMING HERE. He Will Also Mike a Speech in New Haven. "William H. H. Hewitt, who had In vited William J. Bryan, before he left this country for his trip around the world, to visit New Haven and make a speech here on his return, yesterday received a letter from Mr. Bryan In London in which the democratic cham pion says he wil make New Haven a visit directly after the New York re ception Madison Square Garden on Au gust SO. Mr. Hewitt stated yesterday that he was going ahead to make arrangements for a big New England demonstration on the occasion of the Commoner's visit to New Haven. The entire pro gramme has not been mapped out yet, but it is understood that1 Colonel Bryan will make a speech at either the Sec ond Regiment armory or the Hyperion theater. He will be taken to tho shore, and there will be a parade before the meeting. JAMES B. HOOD DANGEROUSLY ILL. The many friends of James B. Hood will much regret to learn of his very serious illness. He is confined to his home, 77 William street, suffering with dropsy. His health began to fail soon after thi death of his wife, about a year ago. Mr. Hood is an ex-New Haven Gray and has always taken a warm in terest in the welfare of the company. His condition is such that there is little hope of his recovery. PATRICK SHAY. The funeral of Patrick Shay will take place from his late home, 230 James street, to-morrow morning at 8:30, with a solemn requiem high mass at St. Francis" church at 9 o'clock. The in terment will be in St. Lawrence ceme tery. MICHAEL PETERSON. The funeral of Michael Peterson, who died yesterday, will take place from his late residence, 191 Valley street, West villo, to-morrow morning at 8:30. Ser vices will be held at St. Joseph's church, Westvllle, at 9 o'clock. The Interment will be In St. Lawrence cemetery. DEER IN CEMETERY. While in Evenrrern cemetery in com- Danv with the sexton at about 9:30 Sun day morning George A. Maycock saw a deer, which was then going over the upper part of the grounds, headed to ward West river. VISITING IN HARTFORD. Car Starter Michael Alnarn, whose station Is at the corner of Church and WON THE PRIZES. The prizes for most graceful dancing at the children's masquerade at the Ca sino in Clinton on Friday evening was awarded to Miss Frances Walton and Miss Minnie Wall. The prize for the best costume In Mother Goose, that of King Cole, was awarded to MiBS Edith Phelps, WARPED 'EM. The New England Warp company de feated the Prentice machine shop nine Saturday by the score of 17 to 6. Tho battery for the Warp company wero Adams and Leach. The Wnrp company would like to hear from any shop team who can play next Saturday, and are open for games after that date. NOW is the TIME, J Before you close your i house tor the sum I mer. to let us set your clocks to put in I perfect order during j your absence. ' Work thorough X and prices reasona i ble. I MONSONS I Jewelry Store I 857-859 Chapel St. t COMING FROM WALLINGFORD. The Hubbard Hose and the Simpson Hook and Ladder companies, of Wal lingford, will leave Thursday morning on the 9 o'clock electric car for Savin Rock to take part in the state firemen's parade, which starts at 11:30. SMALL FIRE. No. 7's chemical was called out yes terday afternoon at 2:26 to a still alarm. The fire was in the rear of a tenement house on Hill street, but was of no ac count, . SUMMER OUTING. Mrs fJonvirn P T.lnes. of 60 Lvon street, goes this week to Sharon, Mass., ior a summer outing. Hadn't Been Missed. Chumley "Hullo, Jack! Where are you going this summer?" Lumley (huffily) "Going? Why, I've been." Cleveland Plain Dealer. $ Wedding Gifts. Our stock of Silverware and Cut Glass contains such a variety of pieces, widely ranging in price, that we are prepared to suit all demands. WELLS & gunde; 788 CHAPEL STREET. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Diamonds, and Cut Glass. Prices reasonable. Expert Repair Work a specialty. J. H. G. DURANT, Watchmaker and Jeweler. 7t CHIKCU STREET. OIT. P. O. You Cannot all inflamed, ulcerated and catarrhal con ditions of the mucous membrane such as nasalcatarrh.uterinecatarrh caused by feminine ills, sore throat, sore mouth or inflamed eyes by simply dosing the stomach. But you surely can cure these stubborn affections by local treatment with Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic which destroys the disease germs.checks discharges, stops pain, and heals the inflammation and soreness. Paxtine is a new medicinal powder which when dissolved in warm water makes an absolutely reliable cleansing, germi cidal and" healing wash. It represents the most successful local treatment for feminine ills ever produced. Thou sands of women testify to this fact, and one trial will prove it. Only fifty cents a large box at druggists. Send for Free Trial Box testimonials and other fact... Address THE R. PAXTON CO.. Boston, Mass. J 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. Great Cracker Sale. .This week nt Stnte Street Store All of the National Biscuit Co.'s 10c Package Goods for a week 8 cU. Somo of the assortment. Nablscos . Zwieback 5 o'clock 'Teas Social Tens llnceda (linger Cocoanut Dainties Animals Grahams Butter Thins Oat Meal Crackers. Marshmallow Dainties Remember this big sale is for 1 week. I'OTATOIiS Ifnmdcn urown Jt;ariy nnse rota toes. Fresh from the field. Good t,l HOit nk.. ftl.lfl iter bu. Price on Potatoes lower in a few days. We have a contract wnn iiemiocit Ridge Farm ror J;ggs every day. Every Egg stamped. Best Elgin Butter, 24 cents. Two Telephone! Col! 4300. S. S. ADAMS. Cor. Stats and Court Streets. 899 Howard Ave.. 143 Ronotto St. 745 Grand Ave.. 268 Davenoort Av 604 Howard Ave.. 7 Sheltou Ave., ICS Lloyd St. Special for ToDay. Celery fresh, crisp and well bleached. Native Green Corn very delicious and sweet. Watermelon they are cut ting fine. Native Cucumbers refreshing. The S. V. Hurlburt Co. 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.1 180 TEMPLE STREET. ONLY GOOD SHOES HE N ewHaveih Shoe Col 842 and 846 Chapel Street. Bargain in Canned Tomatoes We offer 100 cases 3-lb. Cans Standard Tomatoes at ioc per can, $1.15 per dozen. Elgin Creamery Butter 7 Ours is the finest obtainable. Price reduced to 24c lb. Native Potatoes ? " - : Fine cookers at 35c per pic., $1.25 per bu.' Ripe Pineapples. For canning, at ioc, I2q and 15c each; New Telephone Service Call 630 or G3I Order Department. Office 4203. J Two 'Phones at West Haven store, 2819--3, 1718-12. ' D. M. WELCH & SON, Fair Haven 28-30 Congress Ave West Haven STEINERTONE PIANOS Best on the market in Brilliancy of Tone, Tonal Capa , ity, Action and Construction. Only Pianos Sold in City at ' Manufacturers' Prices. Salesrooms at Factory, 106 Park Street. YACHT$ SAIL AWAY. For Annual Week's Cruise About Twelve- Boats Started. Under sunny skies and with pros pects of a splendid week's cruise, the yachts of tho New Haven club started on their annual cruise yesterday. The arrival at Port Jefferson later In the day, where they anchored for the night, was ooncluded most auspiciously. The fleet will cross the sound again to-day and make South Norwalk har bor. There the New Haven yachts men will he. the guests of the Norwalk Yacht club. The fleet will make daily runs from one port to another. Inter est in the races between yachts of the different classes will be increased by the offer of prizes that have been made for the winners. The fleet will make Larchmont about Friday, and will then go to Port Wash ington, Li. I., where the fle-et will dis band, and the yachtsmen will then be free to cruise elsewhere. The yachts going on this cruise and their captains are the flagship, Rosalie, Commodore Parmelee; Mimosa, ex Commander Mitchell of the Sachem Head club; Sea Bell, ex-Comodore H. A. Seymour: Francis, Rear Commodore Phelps Montgomery and Captain Clifr ford Rawson; Nakodo, Professor James Pierpont; Grilse, John M. Champion; Bretona, M. R. Durham; Flight, Wil liam F. Knapp; Karma, Professor Ed ward Leopold; Dipper, Captain Van Rensaeler; Tramp, D. M. Smith; Fram, Captain Brandegee. . Most, of the boats will carry crews of from three lo seven men. Captains Catlin and Skinner are unable to go on the cruise on account of business engagements of an impera tive nature. HAD A GREAT TIME. New Haven Writes In Appreciation of Hartford as Entertainers. Hartford, July 16. Captain Joseph J. Hoiton of the city officials' ball team to-day received the following letter from Joseph Cahn, manager of the New Haven city officials' ball team, which was recently entertained here: New Haven, July 13, 1906. Mv. J. J. Holden, Hartford, Conn. My dear Mr. Holden: On behalf of all the boys here let me thank you, and through you all the officials of Hartford, for the glorious time we had with you, and hope; and trust that the feeling of good wiM and good fellow ship, which was shown on both occa sions of our meetings on the diamond and around the festive (board, will con tinue for years to come, . and be the means of bringing the officials of the two largest cities of Connecticut closer together. Words cannot express to you our ap preciation of the grand time you gave us, and will only say that the boys, one and all, are more than delighted with their visit to Hartford and tha grand time you gave them, Hoping this reaches you all in the best of health and spirits, I remain, on he half of all my colleagues, Sincerely yours, JOSEPH CAHN. RECOVERING. Mrs. Walter E. Stoddard, wife of the professional of the Wee Burn Golf club, who was at the Stamford, hospital for several wet-ks, receiving treatment for typhoid fever, left the hospital a few days ago. Mrs. Stoddard Is tor leave Noroton in a few days, on a, iiealth trip.