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NEW HAVEN M0RND5G JOURNAL AND COURIER. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2S 1906
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Autumn Showing in
Dress Goods and Silks.
Quality and Variety the Distinct and Commendable Features.
The patronage which the Silk and Dress Goods de-
partment is receiving these days is the strongest proof
that Monson's is maintaining the time honored name for
Quality, Style and Variety. Besides a large variety of
novelties and exclusive makes, there is a wide range
of foreign and domestic weaves from which it is easy to
select a fabric to your liking.
Black and Colored Silks.
In Black Silk such well known
makes are to be found here, as,
Haskell's, Bonnet's, Windham's
Skinner's and Moneybak. Taffe
tas, Peau de Dygne, Peau de Soie,
Surah, Louisines and Satins.
Prices 59c to 2.50 a yard. .
Black Crepe de Chygne Silks,
59c to 3.50 a yard.
Colored Silks.
Among the Colored Silks plaids
seem , to be the most in demand
and we are fortunate in being able
to supply every want, as we have
a splendid variety both in the
real Highland Clan Tartans and
Print Warps. Prices-range from
69c to 1.25 a yard.
Crepe de Cygne Silks in all the
new shades, 69c to 1.00 a yard.
Pompadour Crepe de Cygne
Silks, me most exquisitely beau
tiful sheer dress fabric introduced
in many years, all pure silk, some
in plain shades with self plaid ef
fects, others in light and medium
shades with pretty floral designs;
exclusive patterns of 18 yards in a
piece, just enough for a costume.
Price 1.50.
Black Goods.
English Coating Cloth, 54 inches
wide, 1.50 to 2.50 a yard.
French Broadcloths, all sponged
and shrunk, 2.50 to 6.00 a yard.
Leutinas, this is a new weave
resembling broadcloth and is
thoroughly waterproofed, 1.25 to
2.25 a yard.
Ecroix Henriettas, this is the
finest grade on the American
market today, a fine twill with a
beautiful rfiued finish, very de
sirable for mourning. Prices per
yard, 1.50 to 4.00.
Colored Goods.
Colored Broadcloths, in a vari
ety of ' foreign and domestic
makes; all the season's favored
shades, prices 1.25 to 2.25 a yard.
Tartan Plaids are meeting with
great favor this season; the colors
are not so flashy as in former
years, being confined almost ex
clusively to the real Highland
Clan colors. Almost every High
land family is represented. Per
y-rd, 1.00 to 2.00.
We have a full range of all the
new colors in Poplins Panamas,
Henriettas, Serges, iCashmeres,
Prunelles, etc.
FREIGHT TRAFFIC HEAVY.
SEAMLESS RUGS.
We have made a special effort thi year to se
cure the best representative lines of one-piece rugs
obtainable in this country. As such we commend
their inspection designs, colorings, quality and
prices to your consideration. , '
For some time lower grade rugs have been made In one piece. In
the higher grade runs many have been pieced rugs.The great and
growing demand for rugs has led many carpet looms to turn , their
efforts to the line of rugs.
If you want a fine, beautiful, 9x12 foot seamless rug that will lay
flat and smooth, an ornament to your room, harmonizing with Its
color and general art scheme, you will find no choicer selection In
this country than these we are selling at $26.50, $32.50 and $50.00.
Of Course we have much lower-priced rugs; but we
bave no greater values for the money. There are hone.
Get your orders for drapery work in early.
WINDOW SHADE CO.
Connecticut'. Largest Carpet, Rue and Drapery Store.
75-81 ORANGE ST. Open Sat. Evenings.
American League,
Chicago, Sept. 27. Chicago defeated
Washington here to-day, 4 to 2, "in a
pitchers' battle. The score by Innings:
R.H.E.
Chicago 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 4 6 I
AVashlngton .. ..0 0 0 0 0 fl 0 2 02 7 2
Batteries Owen and Sullivan; Fatten
and Warner.
CLEVELAND WINS AND TIES.
Cleveland, Sept. 27. Cleveland and
New York played a double-header be
fore an immense crowd here to-day.
Cleveland won the first game easily.
The second was a tie, being called at
the end of .the sixth inning. The last
inning and a half were played by moon
light, the spectators making bonfires all
over the stands. Hurst was verbally
abused, but no attempt was made to
offer him violence. 1'he scores by inn
ings: (First game)
R.H.E.
Cleveland 1 0 0 0 3 2 3 1 10 13 1
New York 1000OO000 1 8 2
Batteries Bernhard and Clark; Ches
bio, Griffith and Kleinow and Thomas.
(.yecond game)
R.H.E.
Cleveland 0 0 0 2 0 02 5 0
New York 0 0 0 1 0 12 6 2
Batteries RhoadeS and Clark; Doyle
and Thomas,
y I STF.li OA i'S BALL G.4 .W .
Chicago Americans Wkn and Now York
Loses One fud Tie Another.
Brooklyn, Sept. 27. The Chicago team
was shut out by Brooklyn to-day, 4 to 0.
President Pulllam's new umpire. Charles
r.igler, cf Jlarsillon. O., made his first
appearance hore. and he affordei the
players arul the crowd the utmost eat
I: faction. The SLora by lnn'ngs:
r.-ock 'y:-.
Chlcap
.. ..4 (I o c n 0 0 0 i 11 0
....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 8 0
Battt ries Pastorius
Lundgren and Kling.
and Rittcr;
PITTSBURG DEFEATED.
Philadelphia, Sept. 27. Philadelphia
won to-day chiefly through the ragged
work of the Pittsburg team. The score
by innings:
R.H.E.
Philadelphia ....2 1 0 0 0 3 2 1 9 12 1
Pittsburg . 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0-3 12 5
Bfitteries-SIcClosky and Dooin; Phil
lippe and Peitz.
At New York Rain.
At Boston Rain. -- "
DETROIT STILL WINNING.
Detroit, Sept. 27. What few men Pe
troit got oh. bases to-day ran. them at
will, three going from iirst to third on
attempts to stop them at second. All
three of these scored. . The score by
innings:
R.H.E.
Detroit 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 3 7 1
Philadelphia ....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 8 2
Batteries Mullin and Schmidt; Wad
dell and Berry.
YOUNG BATTED OUT OF BOX.
St. Louis, Sept. 27 St. Louis batted
Young into retirement in three innings
to-day, scoring nine runs on twelve
hits. Swormstead was effective for the
remainder of the game. The score by
innings:
. R.H.E.
St. Louis ........2 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 9 15
Boston 0 0000020 13 9 2
Batteries Jacobsen and Rickey and
Spencer; Young, Swormstead and Arm-bruster.
State Lines Being Taed to the Limit.
There is a heavy volume of freight
going through the state at the present
time. The great bulk of the freight is.
moving towards the west. This feature
is due to two factors, the annual fall
delivery of orders placed in the spring
and summer, and secondly to the re
building of San Francisco, with its un
precedented demand upon the manufac
turers of the country.
The freight is going by two routes.
Over the Highland division is shipped
much of the freight designed for the
west, the transfer point being Fishkill
Landinb, N..Y. The Hartfo.rd division
is used for the transportation of freight
to the metropolis ana way stations.
In addition to this the Highland di
vision is also used for carrying freight
to the Mott Haven yards, the switching
over the New York tracks from the
Highland division being done at Wa
terbury. " ' .
In about a month the volume of ship
ments will be reversed, and with the
moving of crops, iron and coal, the
Stream of freight traffic will be rushing
from the west to the middle Atlnntlr?
and New England states.
WOE OR COOK.
Whllo some men are not particularly
frank and candid toward th'wlr wIvpj
others ore. The Star published a dis
patch on Monday irom Danville, Va.,
which told of a man who divorced his
wife, then emnloved her as his conk.
awl finally married another' woman,
me ex-wire ana cwk preparing the
nupWal feast.
The man paid a high tribute to the
culinary endowments of his first wife.
He wanted her not as a wife, but as a
cook. His opinion of the lady was that
she was more distinguished as a cook
than as a wife. He was perhaps mis
taken, but probably he was better In
formed on this subject than the gen
oral public. He 'was "ertainly very
frank in making ; the distinction be
tween wife and cook. It is a distinc
tion that is not always made. In some
domestic establishments It Is not clear
whether the lord, regards his lady a
wife or as Cook. '
Another feature1 of this Danville dis
patch is that the divorced wife pre
pared that second nuptial feast. About
the most convenient comment to make
on tlhls state of affairs is that the new
wife, in eating this food, took.a fearful
risk. 'Washington Star.
LIVELY SCRIMMAGE.
Veeder Runs Half Length of Field for
Touchdown.
In the longest and liveliest scrim
mage of the season the Yale 'varsity
football teaim scored one. touchdown
against the second team at the field
yesterday afternoon, Veeder, who
turned out at practice for ,the first
time scored the 1 touchdown after min
ing half the lesMv of the field. The
beautiful run canae after the. second
team had made a fluke of the forward
pass, and Veeder,,, -yvh'o was playing his
old position at left halfback grabbed
tho ball and cleared the opposing team,
making the touchdown.
The serimirhage dasitPd fifteen min
utes. Flanders and Tripp did the hon
ors in the . coaching line. The, greater
part of the afternoon was spent In
practicing the forward pass, but nei
ther team worked it well.
Up to the score by Veeder both teams
played pretty even, each side taking
its turn at keeping and losing the ball.
BEERS FOR CONGRESS.
Westport Democrat Nominated to Op
pose Hill In Fourth.
Hon. Homer S. Beers, of Westport,
was nominated for congressman from
the Fourth district by the democratic
convention In Lockwood's hall, Nor
walk, yesterday. The choice of Mr.
Beers was made by acclamation. Tho
nominating vspeech was made by Editor
George C. Woodruff of Litchfield. Sec
onding speeches were made by Owen
Peeney of Westport and James Green
of Thomas'lon.
Homer S. Beers is the senior member
of tho firm of Peers Brothers, whole
sale and retail grocers, of Westport.
Mr, Beers iiaS been chairman of the
town, committee for several years. He
has represented Wesfport as state rep
resentative on several occasions. He
was escorted to the hall by a commit
tee consisting of George C. . Woodruff,
J. W. Northrup and E. C. Dempsey.
CALEDONIAN CLUB.
The New Haven Caledonian club held
its regular meeting last night, Chief
John C. Newton presiding. A letter
from the widow of the late Judge Tor
rance, who was an honorary member
of the club, thanking the olub for tho
resolutions of sympathy passed on the
death of her husband. Three applica
tions for membership were received
and passed upon. Past Chief Robert
MoArthur, who attended the games of
the New York Caledonian club, report
ed on the reception accorded the rep
resentatives of the New Haven club
and a vote of thanks was accorded the
New York club, '
DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS.
Nomination for Town Officers in East
Haven.
The democratic caucus in East Ha
ven was held last evening in the town
hall resulting in the following nomina
tion of officers: Eugene S. Thompson
and John C. Thompson, selectmen; Wil
liam H. Shannon, auditor; J. William
Thompson, collector of taxes; James F.
Byrne, registrar of voters; Walter M.
Bailey, board of relief; Frank M. Sper
ry, William E. Vanhaaften and Minott
Thompson, constables; George Page
and Charles A. Brown, grand Jurors;
Henry T. Thompson, school committee;
Arie Vanhaften, tree warden.
The caucus was a short and quiet one
although there was a large attendance.
The election will be held Monday.
SZ HALL'S
Fall Prices.
FLOUR. Our boat quality family
Flour. . Nothing better in mar
ket. Brand-"Hall'a Best".
Bbla., $6.00
Halfbbls., ' 3.13
ITALIAN OLIVE OIL, in tins.
Full measure, absolutely guar
anteed cuality. Compare these
prices with vhatyouare paying.
-VOLONTA" ) Gallons, $2.15
(LUCCA) V Half gals., 1.15
OIL. ) Quarts, .65
MISSION GARDEN TEA.' Straight
Ceylon, packed in England
in one pound tins. Tea drink
ers owe it both to their taste
and bank account to give it a
trial because no such quality
for- the price has ever before
been offered to the consumer.
Pound in a tin, 35 ots.
CLOISTER COFFEE is by no
means our best, nevertheless,
we're willing to haveyou judge
our whole stock of Groceries by
the value obtainable in this
Coffee at 30 cts. a pound.
SPECIALS this week.
VAN HOUTEN'S Cocoa,
lb. tins, 72 cts.
HUNTLEY & PALMERS
Dinner Biscuit in lb. parch
ment packages; packed in
London, 12 ots.
COLORADO Rocky Ford Canta
loupes, , 10 cts.
SALT MACKEREL in small kits,
about 6 lbs. eaoh, 95 cts.
GREEN GINGER ROOT,
pound, 14 cts.
NEW ASPARAGUS. Peeled,
white, in one pound tall tins,
25 cts.
CRACKED WHEAT, the , old
fashioned cereal for first course
at breakfast. Pound, 5 cts.
3til J OZi o XT"
THEO. KEILER
himl Director and fCubilatk
P8 State Street, cor. Elm.
BRANCH OFFICE
430 Campbell Arenas, West Have.
CHAMPION & CO.,
FLORIS TS,
1026 Chapel Street,
Special Sale of Rubber Plants, BOO each,
fcntrance Hyperion Theatre.
DEATHS.
PARSONS. In this city, suddenly,
September 27, 1000, Maria Louise Par
sons. ,
Funeral services will be held at No. 83
Grove street, on Friday afternoon at
half-past three o'clock. Friends are
invited to attend. Interment in Bal
timore, Md. s28 It
MINIATITUR ALMANAC.
SEPTEMBER 28.
S Rises 5:45 Moon Sets H'h Water
S Sets 5:41 1:25 7:44 a. m.
TOM KIPPUR.
At' the B'nal Seholnm synagogue on
Olive street, of which I Tasgour is
pastor, the Tom Kippur will be cele
brated to-night and to-morrow.
At the service at 6 o'clock this even
ing the following will be the text of
the sermon: "Jewish Conception of Sin
and Forgiveness." At the service to
morrow morning the text of the sermon
-will be "I Am a Hebrew.' At 1 p. m,
will be the service of commemoration
of the dead and at 4 p. m. will be held
the conclusion service.
Students'
Room
Furnishings.
vVe have Good but ex
tremely v low-priced furni
ture for those who wish,
making a complete outfit
cost but a few, dollars.
We have Better goods
or those desiring them,
more attractive, more dura
ble, but still low-priced.
We have the Best Fur
nishings obtainable, at very
reasonable prices, making
your rooms pleasant and
home-like at moderate cost.
We can serve you well in
every' department, Furni
ture, Carpets and. Rugs,
Portieres, and Shades,
Crockery. Liberal Cash
discount.
BROWN & DURHAM,
Complete House Furnisher.
Orange and Center Sts.
mm
THOMPSON ST. j460C
A well built two-family house near W. K
A. Co. in good neighborhood. Twcivt
rooms: modern improvements; good si;:ec
iuuiii5;iaiwiii maice a very cnenp noinc
BRISTOL ST.
$3700
A neat, one-family honse of seven rooms.
with all improvements, on deep lot. A
good chance to own and occupy a whole
wv .u wot ui a rented nai.
AEST HAVEN
$3000
A first-class, one-family house of nine
rooms with hard wood trim, furnace and
nil improvements. Is near corner of Elm
-( ana first Avenue.
WEST HAVEN
$1800
A rtn-fnmt1w 1, l .
" '""" ui six roums Lag
bath, natural wood trim and deep y-rd.
Five minutes from trolley and Railroad
Station. House is in first class reoair
Harris.
West Haven
Building Lots
Price rang from 13.09 to ihM a
front root Blx ol lot to suit Pur
chaser. U .V. llCHARDS,
Real Estate Broker
141 o range St
To Let.
Modern Offices in Build
ing No. 839 Chapel St.
Steam Beat, Elevator and Janitor
Service.
Benj. R. English,
630 CHAPEL STREET.
FOR SALE.
A FEW' desirable building lots In the
best part of Sherman avenue.
J. C rUDERF0RD
116 Church Street.
FOR SALE.
At a sacrifice, owner leaving the city
and must dispose of the property. An
Eight-room house, large lot (66x176)
pleasant location and good surround
ings. Money to loon In Same to Salt;
l: g: hoadlhy:
Room 214 Washington Bulldlngr.
89 CHCHCH 9TBBBT.
OPEN EVENINGS
CANNON, MORSE & CO.,
Succeeding
Gardner Mom A Son
& Chae. T. Cnnnon.
General Insurance & Real Estate
782 CHAPEL STREET.
Morris Cove Shore Lots
(Adjoining Lighthouse Point.)
Now is the time to secure a BARGAIN
In this desirable section.
Full sized lots $300 and UPWARD.
Buy of the Owner.
EDWARD M. CLARK
80 Church atreet,
Washington Building.
The
TrtUN
DOT
PBntmaManW
RESIDENCE
GROVE STREET
NEAR WHITNEY AVE.
One cent a word for each Insertion,
Ave cents a word for a full week, seven
tiuiee.
WA TED
COMPETENT willing, 'cook. Best of
S""s required. Apply at 88
Hulhouse avenue.? B2g 2t
WANTED
SITA'SI0.t,0 d0 Second' work. Call at
412 Blatchley avenue. B28 lt
WAXTED.
AN experienced girl as chambermaid
and waitress. Apply 205 Whitney
avenue. . , k27 ,,,
A GIKL. for waiting, chamberwork and
miending for a family of two. Swed
ish preferred. references required
Call at 30 Mansfield street. s26 tf
-r, . WAXTED.
EXPERIENCED milliners and salesla.
. dies at Kreutler's, . S27 Grand Ave
nue. 822 7t
WANTED.
FIiR?J,"CLASS machinists wanted for
pive, ?nk; ,pply at Works Fore
River Shipbuilding Co.,Quincy, Mass.
sltt
SITUATION WANTED.
-Yn"ns neat girl t0 d0 second work.
Willing and obliging. 332 Winches
ter avenue. Bi5 t.
ART TEnnTPS FOn V- ARMY.
ABLE-BODIED unmarried men bo-
aSe1 21 ?nd 35i citiae'n. ot
united States, of good charaoter and
temperate habits, who can speak
read and write English. Apply Re
cruiting Officer. 890 Chapel street.
flT H,ann; 7.5S Maln areet- H"1
52a 10," Maln Btrset- Bridgeport;
199 Bank street. Waterbury. Conn.
jl9tt
ALL good help shoula call here. We
supply all the best places and always
efd terKe numbers. Sleeman's Re
liable Employment Agency. 763 Chap
el. Open evenings. . ml4-tt
BLJ!EMAN"S RELIABLE EMPLOY
MENT AGENCY. 763 Chapel St.. es
tabllshed 20 years. Largest, best In
, the State. Best male and female help
tor any and all kinds of work. Sent
anywhere. Open evenings. Tet 2322.
. 55gS SRI.F.CT EMPLOYMENT
ijm ' 23 Cnrch "treet. Telephone
1401-12 connections. Largest Agency
male and female help supplied for
mercantile and domestic service for
any and all kinds of work. Sent any
where.Open evenings.
DXisceXIatteiroa.
It. B. MA1.LORY
ADCTIONEER and Appraiser, 11SS
Chapel St Telephone 2360. House
hold Bales a specialty. . ait t
Patent Stove Brick are Cheapest.
BAnGAIN.
HANDSOME "BURR" folding bed. En
quire 606 State street. s2T 3t
PfUl S1TC
HIGH. BOY Mahogany Sideboard,
nairs, r ranmin stove, Brass Fender.
Antique, New Haven Post Office
628 7t
NOTICE.
THE fegular monthly meeting of the'
Board of Managers of the Woman's
Seamen's Friend Society of Connecti
cut will be held at 01 Water street,
Oct. 1st, (Monday), at 2:30 p. m.
' ' s28 2t
FOR RENT. (
PLEASANT Central apartment, Jilted
to gentleman and w.lfe. Enquire.
506 State street. ' s27 3"f
Ton Acres of land, wth small house,
barn, also shop suitable for light man
ufacturing; for sale cheap to close an
estate.
, Chas.A. Baldwin,
87 Church Street.
The Annual Meeting of The Young
Men's Institute for the election of Di
rectors for the coming year and for the
transaction of such other business as
may properly come before it will be
held in the Institute parlor on Wed
nesday, October 3rd, at 7:80 p. m. ;
By order of the President,
JOSEPH R. FRENCH.
s27 3t
MONEY, TO LOAN
Honey obtained on first mortgage se
curity on city property only, at current
rate of interest. Call at Room 210, Ex
change Building, 865 Chapel Street.
Frederick M. Ward
MASSAGE.
MISS LEEKE. Graduate C. T. S., and
R. N. Satisfactory treatment In alt
branches of Massage. Rheumatism
cured by Electrical Massage. Great
success in Facial work. All creams
and lotions used made by herself, ill
Olive street.
FOR SAMS 1,000 set patent Stove
Brick. Every set warranted one year.
Orders received 763 STATE STREET.
BUILDING LOTS
For Sale on Whitney Ave.
W. D. Judson,
Room 402. 902 Chapel St.
Slalley Building.
Watstein & Mellion,
LADIES' TAILORS.
HIGH class fit and workmanship at low,
prices. We also do repairing.
Court cor. Orange St. Open evenlnngs.
CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION.
The Republican Congressional Con
vention, composed of delegates from
New Haven and Middlesex counties,
will meet in the Young Men's Republi
can Club hall, New Haven, Conn., Tues
day, Oct. 2, 106, at 12 o'clock noon, to
nominate a representative in Congress
from the Second Congressional district,
and do any other business proper to
come before said convention. The
chairman of each town committee is
requested to send a list of delegates
elected to represent his town to the
Secretary of the committee.
Bv order of the committee,
s24 4t F. W. ORR, Secretary.
350,000 TO LOAN
On Real Estate at 5 par csnt.
B. F. ESS, 840 Chape! St
Uum Auildina)-
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