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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATITUDAY JANUABY 5 1907
TIED FOR FIRST PLACE. V? mi i m ? i, The Store of Activity and Progress The Store of Activity and Progress (Shartenberg & Robinson Co. Owners). Continuing the January White Sale ! Saturday will be an eventful day in the great White Sale. The heavy buying of Thursday and Friday has necessitated our bringing out the entire reserve stocks and Saturday Morning will find the counters and tables overflowing with these fresh, crisp reinforcements from the stock room. At Howe & Stetson's late buyers are not obliged to choose from stocks that have been mussed and rumpled through the handling of previous days on the contrary the Under-Muslins shown Saturday will possess that pleasing freshness and newness which characterized the stocks on the first Sale Day. Remember, there are also special January White Sale offerings in White Waists, Bed Sheets, Pillow Cases, Bed Spreads and Linens. v L January White Sale-Drawers. At 25c MuBlin Drawers made up in 3 different styles; wide flounces trimmed, with hemstitched tuck and hem or four tucks in flounce, at 25c. At" 2Rr Muslin Drawers with tuck ni Ovi e(j umbrena flounces trim med with torchon edges, lace insertions or 3 inch embroidery. At 28s. (Only 3 to a customer. ) Drawers of muslin and cambric with wide umbrella flounces finished with 5 hemstitched tucks and hems; some trimmed with 2 inch embroidery others with lace; French or yoke bands. At 38c. At 38c At 4fir drawers in 8 different rti tot gtyies; wide umbrella, flounc es with lace and embroidery trimmings; neat edging of lace and embroidery. At 48c. A f fiJQf Drawers of long cloth and rt sJUXj cambric; wide , umbrella flounces, trimmed with lane insertions and edges, others have heavy button hole ed$res. At 58c. At 7C High grade Nainsook Draw ni i jv. erg wjtj1 jjggp French bands; extra wide flounce?, finished with dainty embroidery. At 75c. Other Drawers in specially selected patterns, ranging in price from 89c to $4.98 each. At 48c January White Sale-Handsome Petticoats, $1 Cambric Petticoats with extra deer) ; tucked flounces and wide hem; sizes 38, 40 and 42. Remarkable value at 48c. MCQf Petticoats ' of good quality cam JOL brjc Wjth wide hemstitched flounce, trimmed with one inch tucks, finish ed with wide hem. , At 58c. , Cambric. Petticoats, deen um brella flounce and lawn ruffle with trimmings of small and wide tucks or em broidery; pretty garments at 98c. Petticoats with tops of fina oualitv cambric: double umbrella i . r - i nnneo. trimmed witn row3 oi va . or uiunv lace ins9rtions;lace flounce on bottom. At 98a At 98c At 98c Ml J 0 . 2 'jet 15 styles of Petticoats, made with fine cambric top, double umbrella flounce, finished with - tucks; flounce of 8 inch Hamburg embroidery. At $1.25. each. y ... A showing that, includes 10 different styles , of Petti coats, made with double umbrella4 flounces; trimmed with wide flounces of ' French em broidery; English eyelet embroidery . or heavy Hamburg embroidery. At $1.50. . v At $1.50 At 4i1 7 Fine materials made on either rti ?ij simple or elaborate i models; wide flaring flounces and deep' rufflis of the finest French embroidery. At ?1.75. , January White Sale-Corset Covers. At 1 Good quality long cloth m iA-Corstt Covers in full French style; trimmed with hemstitched ruffle. At 12k. A I- 1 K Corset Covers of good mus rL I Jt j0t cut jn fuu French shape; trimmings of hemstitched ruffles or lace. At 15c. At 18c At 28c Corset Covers of French Nainsook finished with two rows of wide lac insertions and neat ribbon drawings, others have trimmings of dainty embroidery. At 283. Afr IRr Fine quality Nainsook ni JUK, Corset Covers; choice of 10 pretty styles; round yokes of embroidery and lace insertions trimmed with blad ing and wash ribbons. At 88c. , , (Not over 4 to a customer. ) Cambric and Nainsook Cnvprs in nret.tv st.vles! V shaped, high, round and square necks; French styie cr tight-fitting; some hav yokes of lace insertion, others tucked fronts and lace trimmed necks and arm holes. At l?c. Dainty Corset Covers, richly trimmed with laces and embroidery, from 75c to $4.98 each. At zlftr 12 styles of Corset Covers; m. "yokes of Cluny, Gentian Val. and embroidery in front and back; trimmings of beading and wash ribbon?. January White Sale of Linens and Toweling. 65c Linen Tabic Damask, 49c a yard. Pure Bleached Linen Damask,, extra heavy quality, in several choice patterns, 63 inches wide 65c value. At 49c a yard. ;. ' - if 5c Huck Towels at 10c each. Good, heavy Union Huck Towels; fine, soft finish regular 15c value. , At 10c each. ; ; ' $2.50 Linen Napkins, $1.90 a dozen. Table Napkins of fine quality bleached linen Damask in handsome patterns; size 22x22; regular $2.50 value. At $1.90 a dozen. 39c Linen Table Damask, 29c a yard. Cream Linen Table Damask, 60 inches wide, regular 39c value. At 29c a yard. 1 0c Crash Toweling, lc a Yard. Heavy All-Linen Brown Crash Toweling, 17 inches wide regular 10c valut. At 7Jc yd. 95c Damask Napkins, 75c a dozen. Table Napkins, size, of good quality bleached linen Damask; these are napkins that should be priced at 95c a dozen; in the White Sale at 75c a dozen. C. B. Corsets, Worth as high as $3.50, in the Jan. White Sale, at 68c a Pair. These corsets are subject to imperfections that are very slight. There is a good select ion of different styles and lengths in black, white and drab. Values as ' high as $3.50. At 68c a pair. New White Lawn Waists, Worth $1.79. In the Jan. White Sale, at $1.25. These Waists ara made in ons of I thft nrettiest. of thn new models!. I nicely finished, trimmed with tucks, !vai. lace ana dainty lace edgings. Regular $1.79 value. At $1.25. January White Sale of Bed Sheets and Bed Spreads $1.49 Bed Spreads, $1.19. Full-size Crochet Bed Spreads, neatly hemmed; heavy Marseilles patterns regular $1.49 value. At $1.19. $2.75 Satin Bed Spreads, $2.19. Handsome Satin Bed Spreads in Marseilles and heavy raised patterns $2.75 value. At $2.19. 12ic Cambric, 9c a yard. 86 inch Cambric; extra fine and very firm, suitable for underwear; 12Jc value, at 9c yd. 8c Bleached Cotton, 6$c a yard. 36 inch Bleached Cotton; regular 8c value, in the White Sale at 6ic a yard. 15c Bleached Cotton, 11c a yard. 42 inch Standard Bleached Pillow Case and Underwear cotton; regular 15c value. At 11c a yard. 27c Brown Sheeting, 23c a yard. 9-4 Brown Sheeting, one of the very best makes; 27c value. At 23c a yard. New Haven and Newark Bowlers in First" Inter-State Championship. As the New Haven Bowlin; team won two games from. Trenton at John son's bowling alleys last evening and New York won two games from the Newark team at New York last even ing, .New Haven and Newark are tied for first place in the Inter-state Bowl ing league, and will have to play off the time In three final championship R-ames. Brooklyn lost two games to Jersey City and are therefore out of the race. T-a games in New- Haven were ex citing, but still the fans were . not pleased because New Haven failed to win the three. In the first and third games New Haven kept the lead and won easily but in the second same they were away behind getting 11 SillltS. The following is the score: New Haven. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total Janswlck 181 11 177 -499 Beecher 208 170 181 559 Bubin 168 163 182 515 Steele 198 193 199 -590 Weber 192 179 159 530 Total 947 848 898. 2693 Team average 897.7. , iNewark. . . 1st. 2d. 3d. Total Curtiss 168 19S 191 554 Hetzel 176 138 145 459 Deck 167 181 148 496 Schenck .......... 155 200 159 514 Blackford 180 158 191 -529 . r V Tdtal 846 872 834 2552 Team average 850.7. HOW LADY HAMILTON DANCED. This remarkable woman, to whose extraordinary career Justice has not even been done, rose literally from (he gutter to be the esteemed companion and advisor of monarchs, statesmen, warriors, poets and artists. She was gifted with more than, ordinary beau ty wf person, to which she must have adJed a most powerful mind. An ac complished musician and singer, she was inspired to the invention cf a form of dance which, perhaps, owed its origin to the contemplation of the Greco-Roman " wall paintings un earthed in Italy in her time under the aueplces icf the Society of (Dilettanti, of which her husband. Sir William Ham ilton, was so distinguished a member. A number of her poses were recorded in a series of engravings published un der the title of "Lady Hamilton's At titudes." 3oethe, in his Italian jour nals, gives perhaps the most graphic, as it is certainly the most famous de scription of them: A lovely girl English, and some twenty years of age. She is exceeding ly beautiful and finely built. She wears a Greek garb becoming her to perfection. She then merely loosens her looks, takes a. pair of ehawla, and effects changes of postures, moods, ges tures.mlfcn and appearance that make one really feel as if one were In some dream. Here is visible complete and bodied . poetry in' movements of sur prising variety, all that eo many ar tists have sought in vain to fix and render. SnecesftVAlv . ataKritnr- fc..L Ing, seated, reclining, grave, sad, spor tive, teasing, abandoned, penitent, al luring, threatening, agonized one foil lows the other, and grows out of iti She knows how to choose and shift the simple folds of a single kerchief for ev- "Mil to adjust it into a hundred kinds of headgear, Appleton's 'wngazni', Plf.ES CURED IX 0 TO 14 DAYS. . P.'ibo Ointment will eure nhy case of Itching, blind, bleeding or protrudln piles. At all druggists' 50 cents. Mrs. Chugwater "Joslah, this paper says 'municipal ownership is an ignis fatuus?" Mr. Chugwater "That's so plain that anybody ought to know what it means at first sight. Ignis' means fire. 'Fatuus' is fat. The fat'e in the lire." Chicago Tribune. We have bunched our Men's $3.00 an$ $3.50 Wax Calf, G-nn" Metal and Box Calf, Double Sole Bals and Bluchers at one price, $2,79. Take advantage of this sale which will last but a few days. We have also put in 200 pairs of our Women's Fall Boots, same goods at the same price. ,S!Df GOOD SHIES New Havee ' Shoe Compaey ' 842 and 846 Chapel Street. TA f ' T ' Tl V A fftl.n tv nwn i. - . - - - - - . i . . . . . . .-j t , i lets. Druggists refund money If it fails vj uuic. a. vv. unuviio signature Is on each box. 25e. "I Wonder what the secret of Solo mon's wisdom was," said Mr. Meek ton's wife- 'X5ood advice," replied Leonldas, promptly. "He had any number of wlves."-AVashington Star. Many requests from catarrh sufferers who use atomizers have resulted In Liquid Cream Balm, a new and con venient form of Ely's Cream llalm, the o::lv remedy for catarrh which can be depended on. In power to allay in flammation, to cleanse the clogged air passages, to promote free, natural breathing, the two forms of Cream Balm are alike. Liquid Cream Balm is sold by all drugists for 75 cents, in cluding spraying tube. Mailed by Ely Bros., 66 Warren street, New York. aturday will be a Rousing Big Day in the Market, Western Roast, '. .So to 10e. Hnnnd Monk i . i . ,14c to 10c. I.oln Steak . . ........:..., ,14c tolKc. Porterhouse ... ... . . .... ......... 10c up Chickens and Fowls, Butter. Cheese and Eggs This Is always, a busy counter. n- Tnble Butter... .i . R2c ll. iood Tuble HutiiT.. 27 v 111. Fresh Connecticut Eggs received every day. Wt havi; the largest and most com plete Imnorted und Domestic Cheese display in the city. This department iH uiidnr the personal supervision of Mr.' U A. Palmer. State St. Store. Two Telephone.. .Call 4200. S. S. ADAMS. COIlNEn STATE nll COURT STREET. BUCKWHEAT CAKES Maple Syrup READ A Inrite bottle of Vermont Syrup and a Pncknge tof Prepared Buckwheiit, nil for 25 cents (one week only.) LENOX FABM SAUSAGE . A hretikfKt delicacy, 10c per lb., worth double the ordinary kind. LENOX;. FARM; BACON A bacon lit to ent. You should try It. TURKEYS CHE AP ; ; ' Young tender Turkeys, 2Sc per lb. Chicken, 20c, Fowl, 18c,' Duck, 22c All sold full dressed. FANCY CAPONS Fine Capons for Roasting 22c per lb. D. M. WELCH & SON. 28-30 CONGRESS AVENUE FAIR HAVEN WEST HAYEX HART MARKET CO. For the i t New Year's Greeting We call your, attention to our CHOICE FRESH POULTRY. CANADIAN LAMB and MUTTON Our Celebrated Sausage Meat. Also a lot of very Choice Apples, Spys, Spitsbergen and Gllllflowcrs " J 180 TEMPLE STREET, f Telephone 443. ? Specials To-day Eggs, Eggs, 43c per c'oz. Strictly fresh country eggs, too. Corn, 15c per can, $1.50 per dbzen. Genuine Maine Corn, sweet and nlc?. The very best put up and free from all impure properties. Eggs, 43c per doz. The S.W.HurlburtCo, 1074 Chapel St, 309 llonnrd Ave. UOfl Howord Ave. AAA tf'wniil. Xva. 2S0 Davenport Ave J.'k Lloyd Street. 7 aJieltou "My husband is very fond of cab bage." "Yes, I know. My husband made the same remark when he smoked one of your husband's cigars." Philadel phia Press. CHOICE PRIME RIB ROASTS CANADA LAMB CROWNS AND SADDLES FRENCH AND ENGLISH CHOPS NATIVE VEAL .." The R, H. tlesbit Co. Cor. Elm and Chnrcb Streets. Tel 872. BRANCH: 27.1 Erigewood Avenue. Tel. 264-3. WWW ii'M n The Pfcw Store for a good Jnlcy roost of Beef or nn Extra tender Steak. Either will please you or In fact any thing in the Meat Line will that you get from us. The qualities are de scribed in that one word SATISFACTION We also offer n choice line of Green Vegetables, Fruits, etc., and a full line GROCERIES ' Dietter Bros. 302 Whalley Ave.. Tel. 4B1T. '" 43 Grove Street, Tel. 1394-2.