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mi HAVEN A10tMKG tiUUliJSAL AND. COURIER, MONDAY FEBRUAHY IS 17
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Art Department
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7".
aiiacnian
MACBETH
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new ideas for centers and doilies for Card Tables, Bureau Scarfs;
Buffet Scarfs, Shirt Waists, &c.
Sharp Cuts on Stamped Goods
For the Entire Week.
Heminway's Stamped
Linens.
Best grade and new designs at about
' ba!f regular prices.
oilies and Centerpieces.
Regular. Special.
15c
25c
42c
ft
1
niinway's Pillow Tops
with Backs.
Six pretty designs, floral or con
ventional. Regular price 25c. Special 15c.
Stamped Shirt Waists.
On 3 yards of fine quality lawn, de
signs for Wallachian, Shadow, Eyelet
or French Embroidery.
Regularly 1.00. Special 69c.
Hskt YourGroceislGood
Delicious -Fresh-Crisp and Nutrtcious .
. v . m 9 9 9
Marked
Way
Down
To close out a fine lot
.nf Record Cabinets.
-Carrying Cases and Morning
and Edison Machines. A lull stock of records at low-
est prices. .
JOHS E. II ASSETT, Proprietor. T,j fv1111 Q"! t"f t
No. B CHURCH STREET. lllt KJUlL iDlUlfZ)
MRS. McHENRY'S NOSJ2.
By Her Olefactory Organ She Was
Enabled to Descover an Awful Point.
The Kansas Legislature is in disgrace.
Mrs. Myra McHenry, partner of Mrs.
' Carrie Nation, found a liquor joint in
the. state capitol to-day.
"A big red f aced man who works in
Designs
First View of the
Showing a complete suit done in this
charming needlework Skirt front, belt,
chatelaine bag, waist, collar, cuffs, hat and
parasol. These designs are our own pro
duction. A Baby Pillow, Sofa Pillow,
Centerpiece and Bureau Scarf are also
shown. Other articles are in preparation
embodying the same designs.
Our Advance Showing
of Art Embroidery from the best designers
in the country is the most elaborate ever
made in New Haven. It includes Sofa Pil
lows, both square and oblong, center
pieces in -ound or oval shape. Entirely
Stamped Belts.'
For the new Wallachian Embroi
dery, regularly 29c.
Special 15c.
Stamped Pockets.
Wallachian and other designs.
' Regularly 25c. Special 10c.
Stamped Bureau Scarfs
for Shadow Embroidery.
Special at 15c.
Stamped Pin Cushion
Covers
for Shadow Embroider?.
Special at 5c.
Stamped Glove Cases
for Shadow Embroidery, t
Special at 5c.
Stamped Handkerchief
Cases
for Shadow Embroidery.
Special at 5c.
6c each
121-2c "
25c "
For Gift wind Children
!)-- - M
Glory Horns for Victor $
the House camo close to me and I said,
'I smell whiskey. You've been drink
ing, said Mrs. McHenry. 'He said
he had and asked me to come and have
a drink with him. ' I told him I would
So he. took me to Room 4, on the third
floor of the Capitol, and there I found a
table with glasses and! bottles on it. I
schemed su as to
et hold of a bottle.
"his MASTcn's voice" $
Third Floor.
SERIES
J
There were three men there besides the.
one who took me, and several of them
were drunk.
"Finally I got a bottle and started
out to the door With It. They t'rieA to
take it away from m, but I ran to the
elevator and rang the hell. Tf you try
to take it away from mo I'll scream,'
I said,, and backed into the corner and
holding the bottle between me and the
wall. When the elevator came up they
crowded In with me and got hold of the
bottle and spilled all the, whiskey out
on the floor, most of it going on my
dross.
"I started to go dow.u into the hall
of the House to show them the fix 1
was in. I didn't inNwid. to make any
disturbance there, but I Just wanted to
show some of these raemlbers what had
been going on. These men had reached
there ahead of me an the doorkeeper
wouldn't let me in. It was the first
time I was ever refused admission to
the House.
"So I thought I would malce a lit
tle speech outside and that man Wil
cox, the doorkeeper, came rushing- out
and said: 'You get out of here. You
can't make any speeches in this build
ing.'' Then I lit into him and told him
a few things. Then I went back up
there to that committee room and tried
to get a stepladder to climb over the
transom, which was open. I wanted to
look around in there a little more and
see what I could find. I couldn't find
any way to get in."
The room on the third floor which
Mrs. McHenry visited is used by the
railroad -committee, educational com
mittee and several other important
committees, of the House. Topeka
Special
CATHOLIC HOSPITAL FUND
KOW REACHES $33,000 ACCORD
IAG TO COLLEC1 ORi REPORTS.
Largely Attended Meeting ot Business
Men's Aid Assocntion Yesterday A
Central Committee Appointed to Col
leet In Center of the City Represen
tatives from Seymour and Branford
Preent4
A meeting of the Business Men's Aid
association which has undertaken the
tesk ct collecting .'funds Tor the new
C&tholio hospital met in the Knights
of Columbus buildtng yesterday after
noon. The collectors from the various
parishes in the city were present to
report on the progress made and to
turn in the funds. The amount col
lected thus fa in cash and guaranteed
is $33,000. .
i ' There were about 125 present at the
' meeting which was presided over by
. George Jacobs, the vice president of
; the association, in the absence of the
! president, John 17 Dillon, who is con
fined to his home by an attack of the
grip. After the reports of progress
had been made, ways and means of in
creasing the contributions were con
sidered. A committee to take charge of
the funds to be raised In the center of
the city and called the central commit
tee to take charge of the funds to
be raised in the center of the city and
called the central committee was rais
ed. It consists of Dr. John F. Luby,
chairman; George Jacobs, John J. Ho
gan, John Carroll, Edward P. OWrenra,
and William Ctonia.
(Representatives from the Catholic so
cieties in Seymour and Branford Were
also present at the meetinj. They
stated that they would try to increase
the funds by collections at their par
ishes, The local parish that has con
tributed the most so far la the German
parish of St.' Boniface, .which is situ
ated on George street. Their contribu
tions amount to approximately $1,600.
The Sisters of Charity have already
taken charge of the hospital and when
the fund amounts to$50,000 it will be
turned over to them after which they
will assume all financial obligations.
It is expected that the new building,
which Will be large enough for forty
private room patients and seventy woflt
patients will 'be started in lAprll. This
building will cost $75,000. The hospital
has been incorporated as St. 'Raphael's
Hospital association under the laws of
the state of Connecticut.
The meeting of the association will
bo held at the same hall next Sunday
afternoon.
THE UATE SCHUYLER HAMILTON.
Great Garndson of Alexander Hamilton
and Son of Major-General Schuyler
Hamilton.
Schuyler Hamilton, great grandson of
the illustrious Alexander Hamilton,
who foil In a duel with Aaron Burr, and
son of Major-General, Schuyler 'Hamil
ton, of civil and Mexican war fame,
passed away on February, 13 at his
mansion-like residence, "Htghwood," in
Norwalk.
Mr. Hamilton's death was due to
aeuto Rright's disease5 of the kidneys,
from which ho had been in a critical
condition for a week.
Funeral services were he!d from
"Highwood" Friday afternoon at 2:30.
The Rev. James Rentoh Werner, rector
of Grace church, officiated and the re
mains were placed temporarily In the
receiving vault at Riverside cemetery.
They will be interred later, when the
weather permits, in Woodlawn cemete
ry, Brooklyn.
Mr. Hamilton is sui-vived by a wld
ow who was formerly Mrs. Georgo
Hebbard, and one daughter, little Miss
Alexandra Hamilton. He was born fif
ty-four years ago in Washington, t. C,
but had lived most of his life in New
York city. When a young man Mr.
Hamilton graduated from Columbia un
iversity and the Columbia School of
Mines. By vocation ho was an archi
tect and had done some excellent work.
As a man Mr.. Hamilton was ex
tremely modest and was of a disposi
tion that held warm friendship. As an
example of his modesty it may be cited
that he disliked greatly to have any
special consideration shown him be
cause of his distinguished ancestry. In
referring to this matter, ho was heard
to say: "Because my ancesters were
great doesn't make me a great man."
At the time of his death Mr. Ho.mll
ton was a member of the Manhattan
and St. Nicholas clubs, New York city
and other organizations.
"Highwood," the handsome residence
of Mr. Hamilton and family, was for
merly the Henry I. Hoyt residence, and
Makes with a reputation for reliability
advertised lines.
Imperial Smyrnas
Blade In every site from IS
Ineli main to the Inrg-est room
nlnem. We carry , nn extensive
ntoek of every le. Thl la he
n week of our Sneclfll Snle
of Smyrna Him ft 20 per cent.
Dlnoonnt. Imperials are includ
ed in I snle.
Rug Surrounds
Cordova terry, All-Wool terry. Speolnl ni:it(!npr weaves. Parquet
nnd Parquet Linoleums. We ure headquarter.
WINDOW SHADE GO.
,70-81 ORANGE ST.
ninianHi
Sixty cent
Oolong
Tea
at 35 cts.
One of our In
ventory Clean-ups. Samples
free (to grown-ups) and money
back without a question if not
exactly to your taste.
THEO. KEILER
Caaerol Direct an Kmbalmaft
PB tt Street, eor. Elm.
BRANCH OFF1CD
M Campbell Arcane, Wet Harea.
'BIRDS, CAGES
Bird Seed and Requisites
CHAMPION & CO.,
1026 Chapel Street,
DEATHS.
BARKER III Wooiibridge, February 16
72110" year of his aire:
Funeral services will be held at his
late residence on Tuesday and wi
be private. CIS it
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
' -FEBRUARY 18.
S Rises 0:41 I Moon Sets I H'h Water
S Sets 6:28 I 11:54 3:20 a. m.
1 ... ... , : '
Courier H coord
M ARISE.
Port of Kew Haven.
CLEARED.
Sen Phoebe Ann, MeCllntock, Amboy
Si'h Yosemlte, Harrison, Greenport.
Sell Nautilus, Keene, New London.
. CLEARED.
Sch Rainbow, Miller, Greenport.
Sell Emily, Clark. Onset.
Sch Enterprise. Martin, New York.
Sch Olympla, Thormlike, .
Slasal
CATARRH
In ail its Blacks.
Ely's Cream Bairn
c!r.anao., soothes and heals
the diseased membrane.
It cures caUrrh &Dd drives
awny a cold in thi head
tmlcklv.
Cream Hnlin is placed into the nostrils, spreads.
Over the memhrano unci Is absorbed. Relief Is Immediate-
and a cure follows. It Is not drying does
not prodnco sneezing. Large Size, 50 cents at Drug
alsts or by mall ; Trial Size, 10 cents.
ELY BROTHERS, 06 Warren Street, New Yo.
was purchased last April by Mr. Ham
ilton, who since thai- time has laid out
a great deal of money In improving it.
"Highwood" was the scene of a very
brilliant wedding last November, when
vrra Hamilton's daughter, Miss Ruth
vnhbard. was married to Captain
Fletcher H. Montgomery
Kasbmer
A darnMe reverible nenre, a
wide rnnge ot patterns nml col
oring. Fust coloring and remarkable
w car.
n ft. r..no
llxlt ft. $11.00
' !xtO ft. $!(l.r.O
Uxi j it. 912.U0
0m
Uat Estate.
mm
WAShinliTON Avl.:3300
Two family house. Six rooms for each
family. Convenient to Railroad Shops.
Buy the property; occupancy of the one
half wi'' ''t vou but $6 per month.
STEVENS STREET $2700
A good two-family house of twelve rooms,
five on each floor, first and second and
two on third floor. Can be bought on
easy terms.
WEST HAVEN $2700
A good-aixed one-family bousy of seven
rooms, very near the Green. Has natural
wood trim, furnace and all improve-
WINTHROP AVE. $5200!
An excellent two-family house of twelve
rooms with hot water heaters, hard wood
trim and a very deep lot. It is but a short
. wane across to w luchesler's. .
To Let.
Three New Stores
iro2-iio4no6 Chapel Street
APPLY TO
Benj. R. English,
B39 CHAPEL STREET.
FOR SALE.
ONE family house with good barn.
ueorge btreet, near Sherman Avenue.
House has all improvements and In
excellent couditlon. Lot 60x160 feet.
J. C, PUNDERFORD.
Htt CHURCH STREET.
Derby Avenue Building Lots.
CASH OR TIME PAYMENTS.
also '
BARGAIN LOTS near WINCHESTERS,
Buy of the Owner.
EDWARD M. CLARK, 80 Church Street
Washington Building.
Boom 301
CANNON, MORSE S CO.,
Succeeding
Gardner Mora Jt Soa
.A Chaa. T. Cannon.
Genera! Insurance & Real Estate
T92 CHAPEL STREET.
BUILDING LOTS
At College Woods.
Judson & ' Haiiff,"
Room 402. Si02 Chapel St.
West Haven
Building Lots
Fricei rcs from 12.00 to $5.90
front toot Hlio of let to tult Par
chaser.
H. V. RICHARDS,
Real Estate Broker
141 Or&nge St
FOR SALE.
LAND fronting on Whalley avenue 600
reet. jrTice jow.
LAND fronting on Blake street, 400 ft.
Money furnished to build on said land,
g; hoadley;
Room 214 Wnshlnsrton Building.
80 CHURCH STREET.
Open Kvenlngs.
me
Kesideece
Temple Street
FOR SAMS tJWO aet patent Stova
Hrlrk. Every mei warranted one yean
Orders received 703 STATU STREBU
Watsteln & Million,
LADIES' TAILORS.
HIGH class fit and workmanship at low
prices. v e also ao repairing;.
Court cor. Orange St. Open evonlnngs.
-
Oam crat a word tor en eh lnaertloa,
five cent, a wont for a full week, aerea
ttuiea.
rm, WANTED.
GIRLS to work on foot presses,
b rouse. Adler & Co., 60
Apply
Court
fust
ABLEVifom F0R V- S- ARMY.
ABL,E-BOUIii. unmarried men ba
United J,WA i5; ci"BB 5?
united States, of good character and
reaT, habits, who cn speaiC
read and write English AddIv h!t
criming Officer, 890 Chapef Ttw.'C
ford- 102?U7,66 Mal Btret. Hart
1W Bnt2 .Main street Bridgeport;
1W Bank s"-eet. Waterbury. Conn
319 tf
oed lari. h- places Bna aiwaya
liahi. se,numbers- Sleeman IU-
"Pgnevoninga. ml4-tf
tfvi ' RELIAB1.B EMPLOY-tahnrv.-AGNCY-
"8 Chapel Bt.. ei-
for !l Pwt pale and female help
anywh"draI1 klnd3 01 Sent
anywtiere. Qpen evenings. T i32S.
. . ' B. H. SLaXtLOIlY i .
ArjCTiONEJt and Appralwr, i U23
chapel st. Telephone 2a60. House-
a peoiaity.
ait 8
A?fcX' ts Church etrtet Telephooa
"V connections. Largest Agency,
mala and female help supplied to
mercantile and domestic service for
any and all kinds of work. Sent any
where.Open evenings.
Hyman L. Brown et at '
vs.
Myer Auck et als. '
ORDER OV NOTTnn".
State of Connecticut, New Haven Coun
ty, ss., jew Haven, Feb. 16, A, D.
1907.
Upon the complaint -of the said Hv-
man L. Brown et al. praving for rea
sons therein set forth for a foreclosure
oi a mortgage, now pending before the
Superior Court in and for New Haven
County, to be held on the first Ttirsflav
of March, A. D. 1907, it appearing to
and being found by the subscribing au
thority that the said defendant, Davis
Kantrowick and Mary Botiniwick, hav-e
gone to parts unknown: therefore,
ORDERED That notice of the "pon
dfincy of said complaint be given bv
publishing this order in the Journal and
Courier, a newspaper printed in New
riaven, once a week, 'three weeks suc
cessively, commencing on or before the
lutn day or February. A. D. 1007.
JOHN S. FOWLER. .
Assistant Glerk of the Superior Court
ror new Haven county. . ris oaw3t.
25.000
SANDUSKY, FREMONT & SOUTHERN
RAILWAY CO. Vlrt Mortgage 6 per
cent. Gold Roods, Guaranteed princi
pal nud Interest by the Lake Shoro
Electric Hallway Co. l
(The market value of the Lake
Shore Electric Railway Co., in tha
Stock Exchange is over two mil
lion dollars, which proves tha
strength of the guarantee.)
Lomas 8l Mettleton
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
137 Orange Street.
MONEY TO .LOAN
Honey obtained on first mortgage se
curity on city property only, at current
rate of interest Call at Kooia 210, Ex
change Building, 865 Chapel, Street.
Frederick M. Ward
James H. Parish & Co.,
. succeeding .
NEWTON &, PARISH.
Stocks and Bonds
Dealers in Investment Securitia
86 Orange Street ;
I We have had a close
I call from fire, but fortun-
ately escaped with qonr
t paratively small loss.
I As soon as the insur-
t ance is adjusted, which
t will be in three or four t
I days, we shall sell every
t piece of furniture, every.
t carpet and rug, every por-
I tiere and curtain, every
article in the store in the
1 least affected by smoke,
, at forced sale.
HE
I This will afford the j
house turnishing oppor-
tunity of the" season.
DURHAF.i.
? . - -
Complete House Furnishers.
Oange and Center Sis.
4.
t
0.000 TO L
On Real Estata at 5 oar cbul
IN Sl'MS TO SUIT,
B. F. ESS, 840 Chapel Si.
AND I
StViOKEl
,
t
Uubinser dulldlns.
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