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New Haven's Most Reliable Dep't Store The Sweet Prom' Girl Is Here Again We join in the welcome that New Haven so cordially gives the dear Prom' girl each year and we take this opportunity to let her know that the latch string is out here at Gamble-Desmond's. ' We've been making ready for her coming this many a day so that whatever last-minute-needs she may Jack she'll find it at New Haven's Most Reliable Dp't Store. The last Fashion-word in Gloves for -men and women and all those other finishing touches to an evening or an afternoon costume, which, if they are not quite right; somehow "queer" the ensemble however smart; they're all here. Gloves In All Lengths From Wrist to Shoulder and Every Color -8 BUTTON LENGTH Glace and Suede G'oves, white, black and all colors, $1.98 to $2.50 -12 BUTTON LENGTH Suede and Glace Gloves, in white, black and colors, $2.50, $3 and $3.25 -16 BUTTON LENGTH Sutde and Glace Gloves, white and black and evening shades. $3.25 and $3.75 20 Button Length White Glace Gloves $4.23 a Pair MONDAY IN THIS GREAT CO-OPERATIVE ...Sale of Shirts and Collars and Cuffs... Didn't seem to make very much difference Saturday, the rain; how the Collars and Cufis did go tho! And the Shirts too. Only the fiercest of blizzards would keep people away from this Annual Co-operative Shirt and Collar and Cuff Sale of ours. , It's-too well established to fail. Men from all over the state now know how good the values are. . How roomy and comfortable and' well-finished and consistently graded and hew Reliable these Port-Chester Shirts are that come to us once a year. An Almost Sensational Sale of Collars and Cuffs. I Thr Cuffs are in Reversible and Link styles and the Collars in every style that collars are made these dayr; tTVcnty-,ive at least. You can't ask for a collar style that isn't here. There are laundry and machine impe:fections as we told you there were Saturday but only a First-class Maker would throw the goods aside as 4 'Seconds" , 12ct Collars sold only In doz lots, ' At 50cts the Dozen 25ct Cuffs, sold only in dozen and half dozen lots 1-2 doz prs 45c- 1 doz prs 90c We are mighty sorry that we can't tell you the makers name, he is so well-known as a great one. But he won't permit his goods to be associated with prices so small. An important consolidation of three big Collar and Cuff houses brought this great lot to uj so much Under the Standard Price No telephone orders taken. The Shirt Price-News For Monday Told Briefly White and Col'd Neglige Shirts At 49ctS White Neglige Shirts, new Spring ' patterns, the Harvard, made of figured, striped, checked and plaid madras, bosoms plain or pleated and tucked. At 49cts Colored Neglige Shirts,' not the start ty, skimped Shirts usually sold at this price in many stores; next spring's patterns, the patterns you get In $1 Shirts. Separate or attached link cuffs. Cushioned Neck Bands, Shirts full 36 'inches long in fact all the good points you get in a Dollar shirt you'll find in these at 49cenl9. At 59cls Col'd Neglige Shirts with one inch pleated bosom in the new dark grounds to be used next spring; attached link cuffs, a direct copy of an Expensive Shirts, at 59cts Boys' White and Col'd Neglige Shirts, 45c each; made of new pattorns of madras with attached or separate cuffs, worth from 59cts to 69cts. A Pafama Clearance I A broken lot of Fine Madras Pajamas, some a lit-' tie counter-soiled; military design and fastened with large pearl buttons. $1 and $1.25 Pajamas at 69cts Every suit of $1.50 and $2.00 Pajamas we have, made of imported woven madras with silk and linen ornaments and large pearl, buttons; every suit we have at $1.50 and $2.00 In the sale at $1.00 A Sample Lot Sale. At 69cts A great lot af Sample Colored Neg lige Shirts from the Improved Monogram Co., a company that makes Shirts to sell for not less than $1 but chiefly they are famed for their Shirts at" from $1.50 to $3. This is a' lot of their High grade Shirts;with attached or separate cuffs, all next springs patterns, in light, dark and medium effects. All sizes from 14 to 17 are here and these fX)n Fine Shirts will go in the sale at U-C White Unlaundered Shirts At 47ctS White Unlaundered Shirts, long a.d short bosom, made of good standard cotton, r. -in-forced back or front as you like them or re-inforced back and front; all double felled seams, every shirt warranted Perfect Fitting or ycur money back, At 69ctS Our own R. S. Shir!-, miae of gen uine Wamsutta cotton, re-inforced back and front, cushioned neck band, continuous facing; a first-class $1 Shirt and better than many that are so'.d at $1.00 each in today's market. At 75cts Our Improved "Kumfort" Shirt, of extra heavy weight cotton, re-inforced back and front, with all the best shirt improvements, this is the stout man's friend. At 83ctS University Shirts, like a custom made shirt in every detail; of first-class shirting cot ton, with French gathered yoke,four-ply pure 2,100 linen bosom and hand-made button holes throughout An Inventory Clean-up. An odd lot of Men's White : Unlaundered Shirts that are slightly counter-soiled; open or closed, frort, shirts;worth from 75cts to $1, : 39cts Each JVfght Shirts; Splendid Values At 48ctS Mad of good standard cotton, fin ished with double felled snms, cut extra large, long and full, with collar and pjeket. At SOcts This is an out and out 69ct Night Shirt and there are less than fifty dozen of them,o if you want some come early. They have surplice neck and are trimmed with Cash's woven embroid ery, ideally corriortaDle Night Shirts. At 69ctS made of good, heavy shirting cotton, cut surplice neck or finished with collar, trimmed wih Cash's woven embroidery and piped ednn, an 89ct Night Shirt. , ' At 75cts These are our standard $1.00 Ni?ht Shirts; they have surplice style neck or with collar; made of the heaviest plain cotton on the market. And the "Hotel" Night Shirts This means an extra Long, extra wide Night Shirt, a separate gore being inserted to give the added width; the standard price is $1.25 and they are in either Cotton or Outing Flannel. : 98cts Each CHOICE BARGAIN PICKINGS IN THE Pre-Inventory Clearance. Sale of China and Silverware Dinner Sets English Porcelain Dinner Sets, of 112 pieces, flow blue decoration, regular price $16.00 Special $12.50 100 Piece Carlsbad China Dinner Sets, dainty gold and floral design. 3 pieces slightly imperfect, regular price $24.50 Special for S14..9S English Decorated Tea Pot, 3 sizes, usually sold at 50cts, 55cts and 60cts Your choice cf any si. 39cts The China Store is full of Pre-Inventory Clearance Bargains. This price news we give today is only a very small fraction of it. Table after table laden with fascinating, useful things for your Dining Room. .. MORE ABOUT THAT......... Sale of Royal Granite Ware . iiniiHiiiHiw i imiiniwMwii iwiiffwuwwHMMiKm All First Quality Royal Granite Ware not "Seconds" altho' the sale prices are so small that you'd be suspicious if ' this were not Gamble-Desmond's Rogers' Silverware $2 Doz. Tea Spoons, Set of 6, '69cts $4 Doz. Table Spoons, Set of 6", $1.25 $1.25 Cold Meat Forks, 6 hts Each $1.25 Gravy Ladle. 69cts Each $1,50 Childs' Knife. Fork. Spoon. 6&cts Out lot of Silverware including Sugar Bowls, Spoon Holders, Cream Pitchers, and the like, sold regularly at from $1.25 to $1.75 each. Your choice.of this lot, 69c Each 15ct Soup Ladles, for 15ct Flat Straineri. for 15ct Pie Plates, for 15ct Basting Spoons, for 25ct Cov'd Sauce Pacs, for 25ct Wash Basins, for 9cts 9cts 9cts 9cts IScts 15cts 20ct Bread Pans, for IScts 20ct Lip Sauce Pans, for 15cts 50ct Dish Pans, for 29cts 30ct Colanders, for 20cts 30ct Suds Dipper, for 20cts 30ct Covered Sauce Pans, for 20cts 30ct Lip Sauce Pap, for 20cts 30ct Tea Pots, for 20cts 30ct Coffee Pots, for 20cts 30ct Mixing Bowls, 20cts 50ct Roasting Pans, for 29ets 35ct 3 qt Tea Pots, for 25cts 35ct 3 qt Coffee Pots, for 40ct 4 qt Tea Pots, for 40ct 4 qt Coffee Pots, for' 40ct 6 qt Sauee Pans, for 40ct 6 qt Berlin Kettles, for 40ct Lip Preserve Kettles, 25cts 30cts SOcts 30cts SOcts SOcts Wlnlry flays bring the need of Stouter shoes. But stouter shoes will not mean clumsy shoes nor less hand some shoes if von Imv "Onen Ounlitv Tlnn mnlro mtitnlrn nf tliinl.-liif' that all siirh diniu nre uliko and that ny pair will do. Queen Quality Shoes $3, $3.50 and $4 a Pair. . , , wmm Widow of Charles Pratt Dead. I tnMisfcoi n, ti , , , , ! taDHshed the Pratt Oil works and , ... j ii. iusiuiue, aiea at tier Pratt, widow of Charles Pratt, who es- home In Brooklyn to-day, aged fifty- eisi years, telle was born at "Water- towi'- Mass. NOTICE. The Board of Relief of the Town of i 'f sivK nonce, tnat they will meet in Room No. 8 City Hall, x-iiuc... , i cu. i i u i , irom a. m. i? k ?,,m- a,nd da"y thereafter until Feb. 14th. inclusive. Also nn nvuniiio-a ti. o.i. -i from 7 to 9 p. m.. for the purpose of hearing- any appeals' that may come be fore them. . . No sessions will be held on Saturday afternoons and on Lincoln's WthHnv I Feb. 12th; " JOHN N. LEONARD, SAM. H. WILLIAMS, . 4,0,,.. JACINTO CA3ARIEGO, J18 12t Board of Relief Staxrlcr's GwUz ORDER FOR BEGUI.ATI01VS FOR CAHKIAGKS FOIl JIOX'DAV ANO TUESDAY EVENINGS. Carriages going to the Yale Glea Club Concert at the Hyperion, Monday evening. January 21, will' approach the Hyperion on Chapel street from tho the east, both in delivering and calling lor passengers. Carriages going to the Junior Prom enade at the Second Regiment Armorjv on Meadow street, Tuesday evening. January 22, will approach the Armory from the direction of George street up to 12 o'clock, midnight. After 12 o clock midnight, carriages will ap prc,a,h, the Armory from the direction of Whiting street. The Chief of Police will see that those orders are enforced. Dated January 16, 1907. (Signed), JOHN P. STUDLEY, J18 2t - 'Mayor;.1' The Royal Mai! Steam Packet Co. West Indies 1 TRINIDAD, BARBADOS, I.EEWAHD and WINDWARD ISLANDS. DEMEHAHA, ETC. JAMAICA Singlev J 40. Return $75. COLON 1st Cabin J70. 2nd Cabin, $40 Steerage, $30. Thames .Feb.- 2 I LaPlata .Mar. 2 Trent . ..Feb. 18 Tagus Mar. 16 Stops at Port Antonio. For descriptive pamphlet, rates, eto apply to SANDERSON & SON, Agts, 22 Btato St.- FOSTER DEBEVOISE, P. A., Flatiron Bldg. N. Y. I Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church Street; and Bishop & Co., 185 Orange street, New Haven, Conn. HOLLAND-AMERICA LM 1 1 NEW VORK ROTTERDAM, via BOULOGNE fe,a Saillnps Wednesdays as ner sailing list Ryndam, Jan. 23 Ryndam, Feb 27 Potsdam, Feb. 6 Noordam, Mar. 6 Statendam, Feb.20 I Potsdam. Mar. 13 IIollaud-Amerlcn Line, 30 B'wny, N. Y. ur any local agent. w. January 8, 1U07. 10l:30. il:26 i m '.i,96' 10:0 l:i'0, 2:10. 2-25" .w't 'l 1:26 ;; ?,p'm' Sundays .4:23, i U X7 SH '1S?-5S? River -1:07 a. m., ij'3 5- P- m. Sunday. Har?fa Hdrtrd) x6:35, 7:45 S5(,o Thursdays and y . Wednesdays. 10:02, .11-05 a m' Jir,l(5ays)' x9: ford), 7:05 xUP in-n, 6:06 St0 Hart 1:07, X9'0B iii'.,0J Pl m' Sundays !8:03 ' x9:2C I p. AS & m- "B:. 7:06. Sayhjrook)' 6 s't :52'.K? :15!, -10 (to lI2n!JeJ,,,,,n,e Fa etc. 7-50 a. m WMtflVia)Nr.rtford)' 4:o-6:0 "3 z9rciIlnrb B"d AbsomIh G:58, 8:01 "TOO 7-40o ""nZ-i 12n10' S:l?' z4:, 5.18. V?y 34o? oriT:39' 12:10 'SiiFr!;".! 8 "- : a.'m.. 'ItTvJP- 11:36 a. m., 6:40. 8:45 n n, 2'36 5'is 747T6:58' V40 m" m, 6:40 p. m P m' Sundays-8:30 a. rolnts 6:00 (via Bridgeport) 9:85 a. m! BridgePpornt: - Sundays- a. m. via Sundavi7h?K,,,-9:S? ?' m- 4:1B P- "fc' :tBrl t- (l(Jla, Bridgeport. ) zTc i trains. Parlor car limited. O M nJCntl011 Looal express. Gen Supt. Awt. Gen. Ia. Agt 0amburg$merican PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURG-HAMBURG. Kaiserin Jan 26 lAmerika Feb. 3 6 Penns'ia Feb. 9 Waldersee. Feb 23 Omits Cherbourg1. TOURIST BUREAU. R. R. Tickets, hotel accommodations, and general Information about foreign travel. . Traveler's Checks, good all over tho world. HAMBURG-AMERICAN LI3VE, . 3B-37 Itrondn-ny, N. Y. Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St..'M. Zfunder & Sen, 249 State St.; J. H. Par ish & Co.,,' 86 Orange street.; Bishop h Cq. 185 Orange St.; H. Bussman, 71 Orange St. AMERICAN. LINE Plymouth Cherbourg Southampton From New York Saturdays at 9:30 a. m. St. Louis, Jan. 19. 1 New York, Feb. 9 Philadela, Jan. 26 . I St. Louis, Feb. 23. RED STAR LINE New YorkAntwerp Porla. Zeeland, Jan. .30. I Vaderland, Feb. 13. Kroonland, Feb. 6. I Finland, Feb. 20 Piers 14 and 15 N. River, Office, O Broad way, , Bowling Green Building,. N. Y., Bishop & Co., 185 Orange St.; M. Zun- der & Sons, 249 State St.; J. H. Parish & Co., 86 Orange St.; Sweezey & Kel sey, 102 Church St. New Haven, eod-tf Wmi 'mm liii V, "AiES, 75c to New York, EXCURSION TICKETS, fl.28. STEAMER RICHARD PECK. nmr,n ave Steamer leaves Mondays. Passengers may board steamer, at any time after 10:00 p. m. P)LroJ!! T,:IVc?Vr,,Y"rk Steamer leaves f nn n,Ea ,?lver- f00t of pek Slip 4.00 p. ,,., daily except Sunday. ., VnrL"'J;elweenuNew aven and' New York about five hours. ,Fortickcts!:in(1 staterooms apply at the office nn Rolla nni.. i 4.t'. At Co., ISu Orantre St an rin .ito,.,.,: The NEW ENGLAND NAVIGATION CO-. George C. Black. AKent, New Hareu. Stari n 's N,Y..& N , H. LI n e OAIVX EXCEPT SATURDAi". PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SEHVICI9 Leaves New Haven 9:00 p. m Starin Ptcr, foot of Brown Street. . Leaves New York 9:00 p. m., Cortland Street Pier No. 13, N. R. Fare 76c, excursion tickets $1.25. Rooms $1. Take Chap-' el Street cars to Brewery Stroet' C. H. PISHER, Acent. New Haven. Coon. Low Kates to Florida , White Star Line il mm New YorV. Queentnwn liver.mil Mnjentlc, Jan 23 Teutonic. Feb. t. Baltic, Feb. 13 IMajestle, Oceanic, Teutonic, Feb. 20. Feb. 27 Mar. 0. Boston Quentawn, Livsni V Fast Twin Screw Mall Steamers, of 11.400 to 15.800 tons. CYMRIC, Jan. 17, 1 p.m. Feb. 21, Mar. 30 ARABIC, Mny 0, 8t30 n. in. MEDITERRANE ANv,'A!e0RES FROM NEW YORK. Celtic, Jnn. 10, 0:30 n.m. Mar. a 1 21,000 Cedric, Feb. Jfl, 8i30 a. m. f Tons tretlc, Mar. 30. noonj Mny 0 June ZO. FROM BOSTON. Republic, Feb. 2, 1 p. m.; March 10. Cnnoplc, Feb. 23, 7 a. m., April' 10. For plans, etc., apply to Company's Olllce, Brondwny, N. Y. or 84 State St., India Building, Boston, or to Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church street. Bishop & Co., 185 Orange street; J. H. Parish & Co., 86 Orange street, New Haven, Conn. m2B mwf Modern ocean 'going steamers. Perfect service, comfortable state rooms, steam neatea and electric lighted. Sail from Pier 35, North River, New York, Tuesdays, , Thursdays and Saturdays, 3 p. m. . Full Information cheerfully fur nished. Write to or call on near est Ticket Agent or . .1. C. HORTON, General Passenger Asrent. ' Room "C," Pier 35, N. R., New York. -'FRENCH LiNEv Coiupugnle Generule TrunsatluntiQuik Direct Line to HAVRE PABlii, Francs Bailing every THURSDAY, 10 a. m. From pier 42, North Rlvor ' ' ' New York. La Gascogne Jan. 24 La Lorraine ..Jan. 31 La Bretagne ..Feb. 7 La Savoie .. .Feb. 14 La Gascogne Feb. 21 La Provence ...Fob. 28 Twin-screw steamers. Apply to French Line, 32 Br'dway, N. Y. or Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Churck St, Bishop & Co., 183 Orange St, Parish & Co., 86 Orange St, PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD TOU All the Delights of Travel FROM NEW YORK MAROI GRAS and GRAND CANYON Did Mexico FEBRUARY 7 California Mardi Gras NEWF Florida GRAND CANYON and COLORADO FEBRUARY 20 v . ORLEANS FEBRUARY 8 FEBRUARY 5, 19, MARCH 5 FEBRUARY 15 Pinehurst d Point Comfort : RICHMOND, WASHINGTON February 23, March 9, 23, April 6 Washington February 7, 21, March 14, 28, April 4.. IS, May 2, THREE-DAY TRIPS. . Feb, 2, Iff; March 2, 16, 30, April 18. 27, May 11. SIX-DAY TRIPS. HIGH-GRADE OOTIDS UMDEP. a POPULAR SYSTEM. Detailed Itineraries and full information concerning any of tha Tours may be obtained upon application to C. Sl'CDDS, Eastern Pas senger Agent 263 Fifth Avenue, New York cr J. R. WOOD. GEO. W. BOYD. Passenger Traffic Manager. Central Passenger Agent, Phila.