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KEY HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TIIUIJSDAY DECEMBER 20 1906
I WEST FAIR HAVEN BEWSl fTheHOWE'&SmSQNCo:! I Store Open Every Evening Until Christmas. The Howe & Stetson Christmas Handkerchief C rrTW'frTiinrirnBwrnTiiiii iwi'Miiiii m m n.... in iV wtes, M.4t55 ' oifedion A shokving in t&foich eVery handkerchief producing center in the tvorld rV represented. The handkerchief collection is one of the best and largest that a good handkerchief store could carry. Every price mentioned, from the neat little pieces at 5c, to the beautiful 'kerchiefs in Duchess or Point Gaze at $15.00, offers extraordinary handkerchief values. Your shopping tour will not be complete unless you pay a visit to these stores and in spect this showing of beautiful Christmas Handkerchiefs. Women's Lawn Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 4 for 10c. Women's and children's nlain lawn hemstitched handkerchisfa with J inch hem 4c value. At 4 for 10c. Women's Plain and Fancy 'Kerchiefs, 10c. Women's and children's plain and fancy handkerchiefs at 10c each, 3 for 25c. Women'a Silk- Handkerchiefs, with or without initials 12Jc to $1.25. Women's Silk Mufflers in white, grey or black $1.50 each. Women's Fancy Handkerchiefs, 6 in box $1 to $3 a box. Women's Linen and Lawn Handkerchiefs, 5c. Women's and children's Jawn and linen handkerchiefs with hm3titched borders and fancy corners 8c value. At 5c. Women's Linen Handkerchiefs, 2 for 25c. Women'3 plain linen, hemstitched handkerchiefs, , and inch hsmi, embroidered corners 19c value. At 2 for 25c. Women's AJMinen Fancy 'Kerchiefs, 50c and 75c. Women's Lawn and Linen Handkerchiefs, 1 5c. Women's fancy linen and lawn hand kerchiefs with single and double cross barred effect! 25c value. At 15c. Women's Lawn and Linen Handkerchiefs, 25c. Women's handkerchiefs of linen lawn, linen cambric and pure linen, in hem stitched embroidered and lace trimmed; 89c value. At 25c. Wcmen's Duchess and Point Gaze Handkerchiefs with sheerest lawn or linen centers $2.25 to $15.00. Women's pure linen handkerchiefs in fancy cross-barred and allover effects with neat hem stitched embroidered and scalloped edges; some have corners and edges of rich laces regular 69c and 89c values. At 50c and 75c each. Women's hand embroidered hand'-' kerchiefs, some edged with embroi dery, others with embroidtred floral designs -white and: colors 50c to $3.75 each. Children's Novelty Handkerchief Boxes. In the form of Desks. Cameras. Suit Cases. Crosses and "Clocks 3 handkerchiefs in box 25c and 50c. Pillow Top Handkerchiefs, 8c. Handkerchiefs for Pillow Tops, in rose, sweet pea and other rretty floral designs 8s each. Handkerchief News from the Men's Store. Men's Handkerchiefs, 5c. Men's extra fine cambric handker chiefs with hemstitched hem 5c each, 6 for 25c. Men's Silk or Linen 'Kerchiefs at 25c. Men's fine silk or linen handkerchiefs with or withuot initials at 25c each. Men's Handkerchiefs, 12c. Men's handkerchiefs of pure Irish linen with pretty initial 12Jc each, $1.38 a half doz. Men's Linen Handkerchiefs, at 35c. Men's pure Irish linen handkerchiefs, all widths, hemstitched hems 35c each, $1.95 a half doz. Men's Handkerchiefs, 18c. Men's pure linen, hemstitched hand kerchiefs, all widths of hems 25c val ue. At 18c. Men's Silk or Linen 'Kerchiefs, at 50c. Men's pure silk or linen hemstitched handkerchiefs, either plain or init'al 50c each, $2.75 a half doz. Women's Hose, 29c. Women's medium weight black cot ten hose; double sole, spliced heels and toes 29c a pair. 4 pairs in fancy gift box $1.00. Women's Hose, 39c. Women's medium weight, black cot ton hose; spliced heels and toes, double soles 39c a pair. 3 pairs in Fancy Gift Box U.OO. Suit Cases, $1.98. Karatol Leather Suit Cases, fitted with straps and catches, solid frame, solid leather corners regu!ar $2.50 value. At $198. Opera Glasses, $3.98. Pearl handled Opera Glasses, fitted with high grade lenses were $4.50, $5.00 and $5.50. At $3.98. Fascinators, 25c. Fascinators and knitted Shawls in all the light colors and black. Regular 39c value. At 25c. Children's Aprons, 50c. Children's White Aprons of good quality lawn, embroidery yokes; hem stitched hem 59c. Babies' Caps, 75c. Babies' Caps of excellent materials, nicely trimmed with ribbon and hand embroidered lace. Were $1.50 and $1.75 Women's Aprons, 12c. Women's medium size White Aprons; some have wide hems, others trimmed with inserstion. Regular 19c value. At 12c. Special Values in Women's, Misses' and Children's Leggings. Women's $1.00 All-Wool Jersey Leggings, - 75c Misses 75c AI!-Woo! Jersey Leggings, 65c Children's 75c Ail-Wool Jersey Leggings, . 50c Ch'lciren's White Bear Skin Leggings, - $1.50 Holly Ribbon, 1 9c a Yd. Satin Taffeta Ribbon in Holly Red and Holly Green patterns! in. wide; a timely special at 19c a yd. Bath Robe Blankets, $1.69. High-grade Bath Robe Blankets in beautiful Jacquard weaves; all de sirable pattsrns and colors mill runs of $2.75 quality. At $1.69. Boston Ferns, 29c. (In Qift Store- Scotti Ferns, 39c. -Second Floor). The iBeflQWE&$TEISl0. USEFULNESS IXDEV. President of Republic Oil Declares Tlmt Result of Disclosures. t New York, Dee. 10 Testifying to day 1n the suit 'brought by the state of .Missouri ag-aiiwt the Standard Oil eoni Jany, tho 'Waters-Fierce. Oil company and the Republic Oil company to stof. them from doing business in Missouri, C. U Nichols president i f the Re public Oil company, declared that as a result of the disclosures made in the proceeding'!, the usefulness of the Re public OH company as a supposed competitor f the Standard Oil had ended. The entire business of the company outside t Missouri, lie said. had been turned over to the Standard Oil company ov New Jersey. That I.-ortion in Missouri would also have been turned over, he added, had it not been for injunctions which prevented such fiction. 'Besides Mr. Nichols. Walter ' C. Teag'le of the exp rt department of the Standard Oil company, and Wil liam S. Heyer, former manager at St. Louis of the Republic Oil company, gave testimony. The hearing w ill be resumed to-mor-rov.-. Headaches tnA Xrnralela from Colds. LAXATIVR TlROMO Quinine, the world-wide cr.ld ;,nd frrin remedy, re moves the cause. Cull for full name. Look for signature E. W. Grove; 25c. ITEMS OF 1XXEREST FROM ACTtOSS THE UIVEU. Much Regret Over Fnllure of Nntloulil Wire Company Fred H. Butterfield to Leave for College in Ada, Ohio Choir of Grand Avenue Congrega tional Church Arranging Christmas Praise Service Oflteers Elected by Adelphl Lodge Other Notes. The failure of the-- National Wire corporation, which was announced yes terday, was learned here with much regret. Not only is there! regret for the 1,000 or so employes who may be thrown out of employment, but . there is regret that the company has become financially embarrassed; ' Judge Stod dard, who is interested in the present proceedings, stated last night that he hoasd the concern -would not . have to close down and that every effort would be made to keep the employes at work. In the bill of complaint it was stated that on account of financial embarrass ments, it was considered for the best interests of creditors- and stockhold ers that receivers 'be appointed. A 'full account appears In another column. The house and lot at 207 Blatchley avenue has been purchased by W. F. Batson. The ladies' aid society lof the East I'curl street M, E. church will serve its fortnightly supper in the church parlors thia evening. IA fox terrier belonging to E. H, Barnes, of Quinnipiac avenue,, which it was thought had become unad, -was shot Tuesday, People are nut taking chances on mad dog these days, but there have been very few dogs over this way which it was considered nec essary to shoot. Fred H. Butterfield, son lof Mr. ana Mrs. Marclus ,E. Butterfield of 12 Wel come street.- leave next month for Ada. O., where he is to sLudy electric al engineering in the college In that town. He has been employed In elec trical departments at the National Wire' Corporation plant, -and later at Sargent & Co.'s, and ha.3 already made quite a study in this line. He expects to remain In college two or three years. A number of young people of the East Pearl street M. E. church are meeting evenings to tie evergreens for decorating the church of Christmas. iMIss Bertha Nlles, daughter of At torney and Mrs. W. P. 'Nlles of the borough, is home for the holiday va cation. She I,? a student at Smith col lege, Northampton, Mass. The choir of the Grand avenue Con gregational church under the direction of Charles Stormont, is arranging to give a Christmas praise service In that' church next Sunday evening. There will be a number of Christmas anthems and solos. L&wrence W. Sullivan, baritone, will tslng "The Plains of Peace." Several Fair Haven Btudents In out-of-town seminaries and colleges will i be home for the holidays. Many local stores are being decorat ed with evergreen and other materials for the holidays. Goods are displayed attractively in recognition of the holl- do; season. Eggs at tour cents a piece are con sidered a luxury. The birds continue i unaffected by the Tuletide spirit and j refuse to supply the largo demand for i eggs. The thermometer yesterday morning registered only 5 degrees above zero and it was regarded as decidedly cold. This ia the kind of weather liked by oyster shippers and marketmen and In ail respects It U preferable to th mild land damp weather which preceded. I A few evenings ago Mr. and Mrs. ; iKuel P. Tut tle celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of their v marriage, ion which occasion a few relatives and frnds called at the Tuttle residence, 533 Quinnipiac avenue, to extend their congratulations. The late Rev. Dr. Vibbcrt, for so many years rector of St. James' church, married the couple. Mr. Tuttle is eighty-two years of age and h'..c wife is eighty. om-cera just ' elected by Adelphl lodge, F. and A. M., are: B. I Strick land, W. M.; H. H. Bradley, S. W.; A. L, Chamberlain, J. W.; C. E. Parsells, S.. D. ; F. L. Parmelee, J. D.: W. H. Marsh, S. E.; L. J. Klrkham, J. S.; Wr. F. Hesse, chaplain; S. W. Langley, Dr. E. C. M. Hall, and William Newton, Jr.. trustees. After nearly two months' illness Let- Carrier Francis Carroll of station returned to duty yesterday, k f. rmer resident. IA. B. Barnes of Wallingford, 1h visiting friends here. Miss Josephine Ryan of Perkins street will visit friends In Hartford Christmas week. The parish aid society of St. James' church will i-erve supper this evening at 6:30 o'clock. ter A A 1 III 1 The fw Store for a o-ood iuley ronat of Beef or an Bxtrn tender Steak. Klther will plenae you or In fart any. thing In the lrn Line will that yon e;et from uk. The qualities are de sprlhed In tlir.t one word SATISFACTION We nlno offer a choice line of fireen Vegetables, Frnlls, rte., and a full line GROCERIES Dietter Bros. 202 Whnlley Ave.. Tel. 4.-.17, 43 Grove Street. Tel. 1304-2. 4 Dffllvery. USEFUL CUTIS IBIS Slippers ' Shoes Carriage Boots High Buckie Arctics;." Riding Leggins Walking Leggins s lUPoer All kinds of Good Shoes and Shoe Sundries JILT Mil SHOES " New Havee Shoe Company 842 and 846 Chapel Street. Christmas Turks. The Early Buyer secures the advantage Thousands of pounds to select from. Our prices are right. You can buy as early as you like with a guarantee that your poultry will keep fricn imfil hcaI V Christmas Supplies We have everything in groceries and fruits for your Christmas dinner, and perhaps for less money than juu wm uc asKea to pay elsewhere. Buy Early Surely good advice. You will avoid the rush ancf coniusion tnat comes later. D. M. WELCH & SON, Fair Haven 28-30 Congress Ave. West Havr What to hare for dinner Is not a per nlexlns; question where to get the BEST QUALITY Is most dimenlt. We answer both questions here satisfacto rily. (le you the best the markets af ford at the lowest nrlees consistent with flrxt quality. We have an extra fine lot of l'onltry this week. FINE TtTRKEYS. LONG ISLAND DUCK, FHESH KILLED KOASTIMJ CHICKENS, PHILADELPHIA SQUABS, ' Gl'I.N'EA HENS. The R, II. Kesbit Co. Cor. Elm and Church Streets. Tel 872. BRANCH i STB Edsrewood Avenue. Tel. 264-8. PPUNQ CAKE SALE, Fruited, Plain, Marble and Citron, 18c per lb. SODA BISCUITS One day only, Thursday Be per dm. Just as pood as any you pay 10c for at othjr places. HOME-MADE CRULLERS lOe per dox. 40 kinds of Cakes 8c and 10c per do. AH kinds of Biscuits and Rnns hot from the ovens at noon every day, lOe per do. Fine Tender Turkeys for Christmas. Roast Piss, Philadelphia Chickens Philadelphia Squabs, Ducklings, Broil ers, Fowl, Litchfield Chickens. Egg Plant, Mushroome, Endive, Esca rol, Hot House Tomatoes, Eadishes Old Fashioned Pumpkin. The S. V, Huriburt Co. 1074 Chapel St. I HART MARKET CO,! - Choice Christmas Marketing Our Poultry stock was never better. Fresh Killed TURKEYS, DUCKS PHILADELPHIA CHICKENS SQUABS, BROILEBS, Florida Oranges, Tangerines and firape Fruit. All kinds of Green Vegetable OUR OWN SAUSAGES MEAT. Two Telephones.. .Call 4200. S. S. ADAMS. CORNER STATE and COURT STREET. SOS Howard Ave. BOO Howard Ave. 715 Grand Ave. 236 Davenport Ave. 155 Lloyd Street. 7 Shellon Ave. . 180 TEMPLE STREET, A ' ' j 4, Telephone 443. 2 Portland, Me., Dec 19. The National Steol and Wire comyani' of this cityf which requested receivers for the tXaf tional Wire corp. ration in New Hal ven, to-d.iy, was organized in rortlan.J February 3. 1902, with an authorize' nnitalization of ir. MA ofifi Tf -.- Av UUVQ i.U have offices isere.