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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1906 PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS HEMS OP INTEREST CONCERN ISO NEW HAVEN PEOPLE - And Other People Ksona la Thl City L Interesting Social E'reaJ Ben and f EUanher. f IAn engagement of Interest to society In. New York and New Haven just an 1 mounced" is that Miss Hannah E. L.. Whitney, a daughter of the late Steph . len Whitney of New Haven, to "William , JT. Blodgett of New York city. Mr, Blodgett is a son of the late Mrs. Wil- - Mam T. Blodgett, and was graduated, frcm Harvard university class of '80. No date has been mentioned for the ! Iwedding. "i Mrs Samuel A. Stevens entertained Mrs. 'Francis Kilduff and Master Sam- 1 1uel Neely of La Salle, 111., last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. tA. "Warner are at ithe United States hotel, Saratoga. Mrs. John Z. Mason and Miss Marion i tMason have been summering at the Hjasueipn, uasueiun,. v u, auu. wm ic- itu.rn this week. Miss Margaret Billings of Whitney aavenue sailed Thursday on the steamer Bleucher for Germany. She went with !Mrs. Howard, wife of Lieutenant Com. I imander William F. Howard, who is ' naval attache at the American embas t " ey in Berlin. Miss Billings will be pre f eented to the German emperor in No- 5 (vember, Miss Helen Howard, daughter i (of Lieutenant Commander Howard, is L also ione of the party. Sergeant William Doherty In enjoy , Ing a trip to Saratoga, Lake Cham ; plain, Lake George and Albany. Thurs ' day morning he left Saratoga for that lamous Ausable Chasm trip, which is fc.lwa.ys delightfully satisfying. Miss Bessie Brown of Brooklyn, N. , Jr., is the guest of Miss Florence Rich K lards of First avenue, West Haven. I Mr. and Mrs. George Crane of .Wll lard1 street, Westville, have returned 6 Ifroriv a two -weeks' visit In Saratoga. , Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman of New York city have returned home after spend ing their vacation at the horn eof Mrs. J DP. Lendroth and Mrs. H. Dippold. Mr. ' and Mrs. Kaufman's first trip to the I ICity of Elms was very much enjoyed. ? ttlr. Kaufman is one of the most popu i lar floor -walkers of the John Wanna ! imaer- dry goods house of New York 1 ICity. ( ' Edward Farren and Miss Minnie QLshton were united in marriage at St. Joseph's church Thursday morning. .The ibride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Itho Intimate friends of both were pres ent. The bride's cousin, Thomas E, Carney, was the best man, and Miss . Mary Diggles was the brides-mam. Art ier a wedding breakfast the couple de parted for Worcester, where t'.iey will reside. , Mrs. Annie Flanders of Whl Petlalsn ' Mrs. Annie Flanders of White Plains, N. Y., who has been spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. F. F. Tra vis of Church street. West Haven, has returned home. The. Misses Elizabeth and Mollle Bowen of Baldwin street have returned irom a pleasant stay at Brighton Beach and Coney Island. Mr. and Mrs. William King and Mas ker King of Providence, R. I., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thomp son of this city. - H. Burch.ird Redneld, who has spent a few days with relatives in Clinton, (returned to Poughkeepsie yesterday. , Madame Portetre-Baur is the guest bf Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Curtis of West Stockbridge. The Misses Martha Clarke, Bertha Coy, Myra Roberts, Grace Barber, and May (Fowler of Mllford are spending Mils week at the Roberts cottage at Burwell's Beach. ' i Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Allen of Central i'- avenue, Westville, who have been f Bpemdlng a few -weeks In Plainville, re- turned home Thursday. Mr. 'Allen also I went 1 "week at the races In Hartford, f- Dr. G. Brlnley Morgan, rector of j Christ church, is the guest of Mr. and ! Mrs. Alfred G. Vanderbtlt at Oakland j Farm, Newport. Tr. Morgan, It will be ! , remembered, officiated at the wedding I about five years ago. Mrs. Vanderbllt, ! iwho -was a Miss French, is a cousin of ! IMrs. Morgan. Dr. and Mrs. Morgan j with their family have been in Europe tthls summer. William Ross and James Terrier of Ithe Lakevtlle baseball team, will leave i i mi4nr fn o -rar&afprn trln n.nd wtll Kft t u. iin',y . .......-..- ..... " - (gone for aibout two weeks. ' Mr. and Mrs. George Crane of Wil- lard street, Westville, have returned I irom a two weelcs' visit to Saratoga. l , President and Mrs. (Arthur T. Hadley, IWho'with their children have been traveling abroad all summer, will sail f ifor home to-day and expect to arrive I 0n this city the 15th. Miss Hilda Learning, about six years (of age, "while playing about the wharf at Waterside, Clinton, tumbled into the water and hut for the presence of mind ; tit Elizabeth Whitman, another little girl, would have been drowned. Miss ' Learning Is a guest of the Whitmans, i ' and the child showed bravery in plung L Jng Into the water and pulling her little L rnate -ashore. ' Mrs. Sinclair Palme and Mrs. Harry Barnes of East Hartford are visiting I Mrs. Palmer's -parents, Mr. and Mrs. i rwillis Bodwell of First avenue, West i Haven. ' Mr. and Mrs. George D. Brown, for , mnerly of this city, but now of Rotfbury, Mass., announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Alice Viola, to 1 IWllliam Julius Champion, , jr., Grand I Rapids, Mich. N Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burton of An I ithony street, Westxllle, are the happy iwssessors. of a baby girl born to them Slast Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gresser of Brooklyn, IN. Y., are spending a few days with (relatives in town. The Congregational Sunday school of ipinton held its annual picnic at Madt. (Aon Beach yesterday. ?t Mr. Willard of Campbell avenue. IWest Haven, is spending a few weeks ; ; With his son in Albany, N. Y. i Wells W. Wilson of 230 Portsea street returned home Wednesday from a sev Q en weeks" visit to the south in which X lie visited Washington and other points i t)f inurau Our Great Annual September Stop-Gap Buy your winter's supply and SAVE a THIRD on every yard. i cvci y yaiu. of course only a large, fearless retailer with un- I usual buying-power can do this sort of thing for there are risks even tho the Price Concessions are temptingly large. A purchase like this means spot cash and a good, big round sum at that. Then in addition, the merchant drops a very considerable part of his profit on such a sale so that the Silks may sell at once, for the new merchan dize comes thick fast at this time and the way must be cleared. So come Saturday and SAVE A THIRD. , , This is going to be a Great Separate Waist winter, you'll want a black one surely Lot 1Pure sflk Taffeta, Lot 2 better, heavier pure silk Black Taffeta, 49cts a Yard; value 69c Lot 3 Pure Silk Taffeta, still heavier, nice for separate waists. 54cts a Yard; value 7Sc Lot 4 Superfine, 27 Inch, Black Taffeta, splendid weight for petticoats- and dresses. 75cts a Yard, Vffllue $1.00 Lot 5 36 Inch, or yard wide Taffeta, an impressive quality. 74cts a Yard; value $1.00 Lot 6 Yard wide Taffeta in heavier grade, very reliable quality , 86cts a Yard, value $1.15 Lot 7 Yard wide Superfine Black Taffeta, a trusty silk and a rich grade. 92cts a Yard; value $1.25 Lot 8 Yard wide Taffeta, a truly elegant silk. $1.15 a Yard; value $1.50 Lot $ Black Peau-de-soie, will make effective waists. 59cts a Yard; value 75cts Lot 10 Yard wide Black Peau-de-soie, rich and lustrous. 88cts a Yard; value $1.39 Lot 11 Yard wide Black Peau-de-soie, a choice quality. $1.15 a Yard; value $1.50 Lot 12 -Yard wide Black Peau-de-soie, heavy, ideal for cos tumes. $1.29 a Yard; value $1.75 Lot 1327 Inch Heavy Black Peau-de-soie, one of the best items in the sale, 95cts a Yard; value $1.25 VTT? A ! Especially for tailors and dressmakers; yard wide heavy lining satin, with all the wearing qualities of the best lining satin on ihe market, Black and the seven most popular lining colors. 9etS a Yard; value $1.25 The new Autumn Blues and Greys Are Shown In This Late Shipment of Men's and Boys' t? i Neglige Shirts OGll This is one of our hobbies we were determined to s;ll the best Neglige Shirts in New Haven for 49 cents when we began. It's one of our friend-makers in the Men's Store, one of our methods of advertising. . If you compare this Gamble-Desmond Neglige Shirts at 49cts" with the same priced shirt of any other store, you'll know that we haven't bothered much about a profit margin. The new shipment of Boys' Shirts In the lot Is to help the paren's get their sons ready for school. 49 cents Each.. A Week-end Pajama Sale In which we ehall have a final Clearance Sa'e of $1.50 Woven Madras Pajamas. They're going at 95cts the Suit. SCHOOL SALE; A wee bit of detail out of New Haven's most popular School Sale; altho we might fill a page with interesting news come early and stay late children, Saturday is YOUR day WAX DRAWING CRAYONS box con taining 24 assorted colors, for Sets a Box CRAYONS for drawing, at Sots, 4cts and 8cts a Box MANILLA and INK SCHOOL PADS the largest and best paper made. 4cts Each COMPOSITION BOOKS Sc, 4c, 6c, 7c, 8c and 10c Each This is our Great Annual September Stop-GaP Sale of Black Silks, but announced a week later 2$ian usual because the Silks were held up in the shipping. v ' ' Annually we give a big Paterson Silk maker an order for the Silks in his dullest time (manufac turers call them stop-gap orders) and he promises to ship them at our convenience. SScts a Yard; value 0c More Good Socks, 6c Pair The front special .table, West Store, will be filled with these good, fast black, lisle-finished 12ct Socks, at 6cts a Pair. SILKS EXTRA FIRST VIEW OF THE NEW AUTUMN BOOTS The new Queen Quality Autumn Boots are here. Wish you'd come in and see what the Great est Shoe Makers jn the World have to say shoe wise. Over fifty new styles. $3 $3.50 $4 SCHOOL. SALE. GOOD LEAD PENCILS-4c, 12c Dozen HARDWOOD RULERS-lc, 3c, 4c Each PENS 1000 cards of the Best School Pens one dozen on a card, regularly 10c, for 5c Card FOUNTAIN PENS SDecial fcw Saturday: "Challenge" and "Manhattan" Fountain Pens 1 with hard rubber handle and 14 karat cold pen I Special for Saturday only 39cts LATEST fMR HAVEN NEWS ITEMS OB INTEREST EROM ACROSS THE RIVER. Tennis Players Take Grat Advantage Pine Weather Captain Homer Clouet Returns From Srvordflshlng Trip Prospect That Qulnnlpiac ' Roadway Will be Hnrdencd Mts Louise Brantleckt Enjoying Tour in England Other Items. lieligious services at the Grand Ave nue Congregational church to-morrow Include preaching at 10:30 a. m. by the pastor, Dr. Sneath; theme, "Absent Treatment." The Sabbath school meets at noon and the Sunday school in the erry street chapel at S p. m.; the Y. ? S. C. E. meeting at 6:15 p. m. and the leader, Abner N. Mclntyre. Even ing worship at 7:30 and sermon by the pastor; subject, "A Man." Tuesday evening, prayer and conference meet ing, and the topic, "What Was Done at Jacob's Well?" Men's club meeting on Monday at 8 p. m. ; At the Grand Avenue Baptist church toimprrow there will be public worship and sermon at 10:30 by the pastor. Rev. Charles G. Smith; subject of sermon, "Prevailing Prayer." In the evening :tfi& pastor will preach the first in a series o Sunday evening studies irom the Sermon on the Mount. These fine afternoons are being taken advantage of by the tennis players. Yesterday afternoon, on the west side grounds, another in the series of games was played by W. S. Moyle, Charles Hlllhouse, Dr. Doolittle and C. Jacobs. The funeral of Mrs. Clifford II. Street will bo attended at her late home on Main street. East Haven, this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Rev. D. J. Clark will offi ciate and tho interment will be in Green Lawn cemetery. Mrs. Street had been an invalid for the past two years. She leaves a husband and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Forbes, of East Ha ven. ' Harvey F. Hemingway, of Quinntplac avenue, who has been spending most of the summer at the Hemingway cot tage at Morris Cove, has been quite ill this week and is now confined to his bed, Mr. Hemingway has boen in poor health for several months, but was re garded as muoh better until this late illness. i Among the speakers at the recent oonference at Northfleld was Rev. Frank Ludlngton, of Quaker Hill, this state, and formerly of Fair Haven. Rev, Charles G. Smith has been quite ill from the effects of malaria at his home , in Exchange street' this week, but will be able to preach as usual to morrow, The improvements at Grace church are completed ana tne churon win De reopened for public worship to-tnorrow. During the frescoing of wal!B and cell ings, and other improvements of the auditorium, services have been held in the, parish house. Rev. George A. Al cott and family have returned from their vacation trip and Mr. Alcott will preach to-morrow. Miss Katharyne Blatchley, the musio teacher, of 219 Blatchley avenue, has gone to Durham for a few days' vaca tion. Miss Inez Brockway, of Atwater street, has returned from a vacation trip to Watch Hill. : Captain Homer Clouot, In the sloop Flour-de-Lis, has returned from the swordflshlng grounds around Nantuck et and reports a profitable catch dur ing the summer. Since the sloop left here Captain Clouet has had a ten- horsepower gasoline engine Installed as auxiliary power. About fifty persons called on Mr. and Mrs. Philip Borst at their home, 47 Per kins street, Thursday, and helped cele brate the twenty-third anniversary of their marriage. The couple received many gifts and there was a supper, dancing and music. . John T. Hlllhouse, the well-known druggist, is much Interested In the race at Cambridge, England, to-day between Cambridge and Harvard, as he witness ed a race over tho same course many years ago between Cambridge and Ox ford, the latter winning. This race was back in 1863 and was witnessed by at least 250,000 people. Dr. Hlllhouse said last night that, according to his notion, the chances to-day were about even, as Harvard, had a fine crew afloat, He says that ho would like right well to see to-da.y's race. Frederick Donath, of English street, driver for Otto J. Wlnzern, the baker, reports that his father, a farmer of Town Hill, North Madison, recently had a very severe accident . While out the pasture ho stumbled against a high bush where a bush scythe was hanging, and it fell upon his arm, severing the muscle just below the shoulder. His physician recommended amputation, but Mr. Donath says he will never have his arm amputated. Ho was just re covering from the effects of a runaway, when his leg was fractured in tw places. East drand avenue is being hardened and there Is prospect that a portion of the roadway in Qulnnlpiac avenue will receive attention. Thus the importuni ties of the borough government are bearln'g fruit. At her home in Atwater street Wed nesday evening Miss Gladys Phelps en tertained a number of her young friends at a lawn party. . Miss Florence Johnson, of Grand ave nue, has returned from a vacation trip in Massachusetts. Miss Louise, daughter of Frank Brantlecht, of Front street, has writ ten home that she had a fine voyage, across to England and 1b enjoying trav el with a touring party. She returns October 10. Miss Elizabeth Kelly, of Ferry street, returned this week to her studies at the Convent of the Notre Dame in Putnam. A Notre Dame I.ndy. I will send free with full Instructions some ot this simple preparation for the cure of leucorrhoea, ulceration, dis placements, falling of the womb, scanty or pnlnful periods, tumors or arrowths, hot flashes, desire to ery, creeping feel ing: up the spine, pain in the back, and nil fpmnle troubles, to all sending ad dress. To mothers of suffering daugh ters I will explain a successful home treatment. If you drc.ide to continue it will only cost about 12 cents a week to guar.-witee a cure. I do not wish to sell you anything. Tell other sufferers of It that Is all I ask. Address, Sirs. M. Sum mers, box 375. Notre-Danie.-Ind. CARRIAGE WORKERS. Annual Meeting Held Last Evening (Large 1 Gain in- Membership John Trace Elected President. . -The Carriage and Wagon union held very important meeting last night In the Courier building. The report of the recording secretary showed a large increase in membership in 1 the last three months, there being 150 new mem hers obligated. The financial, secretary reported that the local was in better financial con dition than it has been in seven years. The following .were elected to office t President, John Trace; first vice president, T. Hayes; second vice pres ident, J. Shorten; recording, seoretry, D. Murray; financial (secretary, D. F. Sullivan; treasurer, Robert, Martin; J. E. Greenwood, inside general; Frank Kurtz, outside general; trustees; Chas. Damm, C. H. Stremrnell, Thomas Sy mons. The next meeting will be held Friday evening, September 21, and all carriage BIG WAGES CALIFORNIA All classes of workmen in Je Mand. In San Francisco and vioinity demand far exceeds supply. The SANTA FE- is making very low rates until October SI to all parts of the state. t Send for details. S. W. -MANNING, G. N. E. Agt. ' The Atchison, Topeka & Santa FeR. R. 332 Washington Street, Boston. NOTICE TO CONTHAOTORS. City Engineer's Office, No. 17 City Hall, New Haven, Conn.. Sept. 8, 1906. Sealed proposals will. be. received at I this office until 11 a. m., Sept. 18, 1906. for constructing a crushed stone pave ment in Shelton avenue from Munson street to the City line. Blank forms of proposal and any in formation concerning plans specifica tions bonds, &c, will be furnished upon application. No proposal will be received after tho time specified, and all proposals not on the blanks furnished or not properly filled out will be rejected. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. By order of the Commission on Pert imanent Pavements b8 St C. W. KBIiY, City Engineer. ffenrtltt? Prizes for Summer i Sports. Loving Cups and Tankards in Sterling Silver, Copper and Pewter, suitable for - i Tennis, ! Golfing, Automobile, ! Yacht and Motor Boat Races, or other land and water sports. MONSON'S Jewelry Store 857-859 Chapel St LETS Every lady should have at least one to complete her summer toilet. We still have a splendid assortment to choose from whether in plain band closed or open, fancy hoop or link bracelets. WELLS & GUNDE, F88 CHAPEL STREET. Should you find your eyes aching after reading it is time you consulted an Optician be fore straining the eyes too much. Call on J. H. G. DURAXT. 71 Church Street, where you can te fitted with glasses. Opposite Post Office, workers ere invited to attend and heap something that will be of advantage to them. 1 ' Wife "Weren't you awfully frijrhten. ed, dear, when you made your first po litical speech the other night?" .Candl-' date "Yes; but I got through safely.'' Wife "Safely?" Candidate "Yes; be fore anybody yelled for me to eil down." (Detroit Free Eress. ' CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of S.tztt$Uvfs Kii!,e 'LHMOi 1 i , - R35.- .cTu" ?ew York 4:3t. 4..-. "iiKS. iAU. :35. m., U2:08, Ik 4A ... V ra. Sundays i-S3 4.-i&. 5, J,,c'n " Assttort . Willi. n:6. uniiu, iw, oce a. m.. a-Ki u,ci ii.it ' ' Fot Boston Yl 8nrlnuflJd t'.as 4:10 (to Hartford!. 'n?K. tJZ' 10-ns 1r.,A.i T . 1 . , .'V7 SlU, 8, 4:0i a:U6, a. m.. X12:64, , lord), T:fB, :la i Eu"y;?"rl:7, Sre6 a. m., xl2:l a. m., xl2:E ; 1:05 (Saturday to Sajrlujfook), l:M, S:0S, :10, 6:8T, :8J, ids (to Guliford, Eat- STl A,?a?0,' P- Sunday 2:1T, a:63, 8:BS. 1VM i.m. 26, 40. -v .tr-m flu . . . i 'or MlddletowB, Wf.sMmiiDttci. a. .in., 1:00 V 'DISH ISO WO oroeBter), v.vi p. m. Sundays 7:B0 B. m For Sbelburne Palla, ta-T:B0 a. m. 12:0 (o New Hartford), 4 ;00, 6:00 (to WMtAelA) p. in.- - 8i5, !t5s. 9:49 , m.. UilO, 8ito3 (Saturday only), S:S5, 4:15a, 5:sa (ex cept Saturday), R:lS, 6:00, 7:40, U:80 P. m. Sundays 8 :dOa. 8:80, 11:86 & m., 8:80, P.-OOs, 6:40, 8:45 p. m. . For Woterbarr :88. 8:00. 8:85. :lfl n. in, it.iv. a n, o:is. t 40. ii:bu GundayB- D. SI. -8:80, 11:85 a, m 6:40, 1:45 P. m. i "-. UIU . E,?r,B!11-8:5g. ;. m, i8:l?, S:85. 5:18, 1;i0 p. m. Sundays 1:38 ft. in., fl:40 n, m. - Fo Ptttsfleld and Intermedlnt . Poln--6:00 (via Bridgeport), 0(85 ft. m. 4:15 p. m. Bundays 8:00 a. m. Satur flays, 2: 00 p. m. , For tltefcfleld 1:85 a. m.. :00 ' a eopt Saturday) p. m. Saturday, 2 :0, 4:18 p. m. Sundays, 8:00 a. rh. . . Express trains. )Pejflor car llmltea. ItTo Derby Junction. sLocal express. O. M. SHRPARO, F. 0. C?OLET, i I Gen, Supt Asst. Gen. Pass. Act iff Mm StnUt Li BATES REDUCED, 7Se to New York. EXCLUSION TICKETS, tl.25. j Steamer Richard Peck. I From New Haven ettam er lefty et Belle Dock 12:45 a. m, dally except Mondayfl. - Passengers . may board Kjsteamtr at any time after 10:00 p. m. i j From New York Steamer leaves j Pier 20 Bast River, foot of Peok Slip ' 8:15 p. m., foot East 22d street 8:00 p.m. ; daily except Sunday. . , I ! SUNDAY 8 Until September Bth, ; tn., leave foot Peck slip 8iS0 a. m., fo East 22d street 10:00 a, m.. leave Wew, I Haven 4:30 p. m. I I Time between New York and New i llavun about five hours. : , For tickets and staterooms asnly at ithe office on Belle DooJt; alo at Blshsp i !& Co., 185 Orang;e street ani on steamer i !'fhe NEW ENGLAND NAVIGATION COl j George C. Blaok, Asent, New Have. SEPTEMBER tli, EXCITRSION OH CLOSING STjNDA T STEAMER RICH-f ADD 1BCK. The Sunday Excurson .Trios of tho Steamer Richard Peck between New York and Now Haven will be dlscon tinued September 9th, 1906. - PASSENGER AND FREIGHT kERVIGH Leaves New Haven 10;15 p. m, Btajria Fler, foot of Brown Street Leaves iKw Tortr. 9.00 o. m.. Cortland Street. Tier Ko. 18 N. R. Pare T6fl, exouraioa tickets 11.25. Roomsjl.00. Tak Chap et Street oars to Brewery (street. C. H. FISHER, A rent. Ml-tf New Hovsot Conn. Montauk Steamboat Co.'s Una . Between tfew London ni Green port, Shelter fslujid and Sag Mor . bor, I una IsTSnd. BTEAM1SR NAOTASICBT (Passen gers only) leaves New London week' days 1H a. m. (Sag Harborflrst landing)' 4:20 p. m. Leayes Sag Harbor f.i a. m 12:20 p. ni. STEAMER MANHANSETT (freight) carries passengers, leaves New London weekdays 8 a. m., leaves 6a Harbof 12:25 p. j FRENCH LSNE. CompuKiile Gcnernle Triinsiitiunttque. Direct Line to HAVRE f AitiS, Franca Sailing- every THURSDAY, 10 a. m. From pier 42, North River New York. La Lorraine Sept. II La Bretagne Sept. 15 La Tourralne Sept 20 La Savoio Sept. 27 La Gascogne Sept. 29 La Provence Oct. 4 Twin-screw steamers. Apply to Frenoh Line, 32 Er'dway, N. T. or Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St., Bishop & Co., 183 Orange St.. Parish & Co.. 86 Orange St.