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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATFEDAT JTOO! 35 1907 NEW HAVEN, WEDff ESDAYi JUNE 19. Men's 40c Gold Plated Collar" Button Sets of Four, at 10c s Thii is an exceptional opportunity. They rep resent the purchase of one hundred gross from the manufacturer. Warranted Sterling silver back and the other part is heavily gold plated, f Ai Saturday a set for- . J ) Ladies' Embroidered and Lace Stock Collars, worth 25c at 9c This is a lot of manufacturer's samples of very handsome embroidered and lace stock collars. A'so a lot of plain and hemstitched top collars. These were made to retail at 25c each, . Aj Saturday your choice for ... j Oil M I I 1 mf tiHK ti i :-t t r-r SI fclM 4 F 1 L 1 I 1 1 1 i 1 t S 'i fl ff. r :3 V 'I V -B li V m m It K :m .1 tV 9 f. m M 9. I H M D .3 m B I & t a via K-.i. 'i yyyyy WORLD'S, GREATEST SHOWS una VJtist Have seen sto en. These S The price We bought them " ;l : betrays this, or else they would not virtually be GIVEIf If is true: They Were Stolen But let By Us. 1 and paid for, them. But read the interesting history of the transaction. The firm of ML Kashowitz, of J 2 to j 8 West 9th; St., New prk tity; makers of high class garments, sold this lot to a large Boston Department Store; While the ' goods were ready to be shipped via Adams Express Co., they were; deliberately - stolen from the shipping room. But it happened that the driver of the Exprks-Cdf.::ci'rbe;al6'ng; and caught the theives in the act. They were pursued and arrested. ; But- owing to a long trial, during which time the suits could not be taken from the" court ' room, the original purchasers would not accept them. This caused the makers to. sacrifice them to us at a price less than half the cost of the materials. This is our! offer: '" 1 " 3 The lost Dashing and Aristocratic Styles These suits represent every recent fashion fancy and without a I question the most elegant assemblage thai was ever shown in this city. Exquisite tailoring characterizes every garment. In this collection are represented about 70 suits, including Tight Fitting Cutaway Suits, Prince Chap and Voile Eton Suits. All are lined with the best taffeta silk. The colorings are black,; navy, brown, shepherd ; plaids and fancy' wool mixtures, also plain white serge. It is needless to advise early calls as no woman will miss .this opportunity of securing a $25 to $35 suit for only $12.85. Great Savings Offered in Boys' Clothing ! Boyr' 75c Wash Suits for 59c These are handsome new wash suits, made of 'Galatea' cloth and percale, in plain blue gray and tan, also in a variety of pretty stripes. These su;ts , are perfectly made and finis-hell, the kind you would Q pay 75c for elsewhere JJr Boys' Blouses for 49c Made of white mercerized lawn and cheviots, and also in an assortment of desirable col orings, these are perfect fitting blouses, all sizes-T Boys' 39c Straw Hats for 25c This is a brand new Jine and includes white - and colored straws, with pretty bands in contrast ing colors. These hats were made to re- AC tail fcr 39c, but the price for Saturday is ) ' Saturday Sale of Undermuslins On a large center table we shall place a lot of beautiful white skirts, represent ing about eight different styles. Lace and embroidery trimmed, made with deep umbrella flounce and underflounce not a skirt in the lot worth iess than Jfl.oU, Saturday at $1 White Skirts for 79c This is another lot to be placed on a ttreain table for Saturday.'- Made with 'deep umbrel'a flounce and underflounce, beautifully trimmed with lace and embroidery, these skirts weie made to sell TQ) . for $1, special Saturday at . - - j Exceptional Bargains in Shoes Women' $2 Pumps on Bargain Table at 1.69. Gun metal calf and patent colt skin, stylish cut, sizes A 2 to 7, Saturday a pair for ' a.-;.-- JL ills' Children's Cloth Top Lace Shoes, sizes 3 to JQi 6, on Bargain Table Saturday a pair -7 Misses' White Canvas Button and Lace Shoes and Oxfords, sizes to 2 for 79 J a pair. Sizes t to 11 for.69' a pair. Sizes 5 to 8 for 49 a pair- 1.00 Children saiid: Wear; Bargairts Children's 1.50 Dres ' ses for 98c Pretty new dresses; made in Buster Brown, Russian blouse, sailor, guimp and many' other styles. Of chambray, percale and ginghams, trimmed with braid, medallions, embroidery, etc, These are actual-AOs ly worth $1.50, for470 Children's Dresses -Worth $2 at only 1,49 Made in charrnins suspender .tvl- ,;m di i rr J i fcwuiiu, sail h misf eft sett. Tr, .L-i . 11Jnu 5Haaej 0, cnam- bray and other materials, trimmed with embroid ery, braid and pearl buttons, a good $2 IA value, Saturday for Children's White Dresses for 98o Made of sheer whiVf tn-..:.i .. 't j -.u i "-r- msteruiiy trim- '""'uiucry, specially priced for Saturday at - sail' avsiigs i-or Saturday corning buyers Thes Bargains Will Be Offered From 9 to 10 O'clock Only Children's 15c, Knit Waists Youths and Boys' 75c Un- 75c Black Mercerized Pet- for7'c laundered Shirts for 15c ticoats for 39c Fine Jersey ribbed waists, made with tape, These shirts have sold as high as 75c, of Fine mercerized, silk finished Mack pettt- butons and hose supporter attach- good material, either open or closed JJo coats, with deep accordisn plaited QQ rne nts, regular 15c quality for 4 ' front, slightly mussed from handling 1 flounce, headed with plain ruffle, for O j These Bargains Will Be Offered From 10 to II O'clock Only Ladies 25c Muslin Drawers Ladies' $1 Umbrellas, 59c 5c White Ribbon Soap for 122C a pair v ' j-- ,10 cakes for 25c . 1 r . ' Fine mercerized sateen cover, tape edee, These are made of good quality muslin, in ladies' 26-inch best paragon frames, choice With the market price of soap constantly cut good and full, with tucks and A-0 of natural and fancy handles, also CQc advancing, this is the biggest soap vai-rt? hemstitching, 25c value for- 1 t 1 : pearl and many others, worth $ 1 for-D 7 ue ever offered, TEN cakes for -htJ These Bargains Will Be Offered From II to 12 O'clock Only Men's 10c Seamless Socks Children's 25c Parasols Heminways' 18-inch Center THREE Pair for 10c for only 11c Pieces, worth 25c for 10c These are medium weight blue and brown These sre very pretty parasols for children, Stamped center pieces on linen and dam mixed, seamless cotton socks, good A' with natural wood handles and seal- 1.1 ask, patterns for eyelet, conventional At 10c values, Saturday 3 pair for 1 U loped 'edge, worth 25c, for 1 1 and flowers, large variety patterns 1 1 Mens 75c White Negligee Shirts for 59c , v. V This is the greatest bargain ever heard ot.- They're made of the best quality cheviots, in plain and fancy plaited bosoms, perfectly made in ever)' detail, all sir.es, not one ffA9 is worth less than 75c at 3 J Men's 20c Suspenders for 12ftc .Made of good quality elastic web with mohair-ends and draw-fl er supporters, Srturda for 1 ht Men's Night Robes 50c In plain white muslin and TA some trimmed, worth 75c at tj U 85Pl80 MS) 60. Acrobats!' and The 12 filrza.Gc!ems MtzJL Vtskfi0 Aeri&lista mirths 10 Ryin JorffiarM M0 Riders -ttfiiBcdiois.-and Daisy timtiJlA XtK 50 Clowns . the World's Funny Men JRC n U Circus Artists J$$lW 2 1 CHAMPION 7 no TROOPS. Ccu."a. S. Dii.. .' inchnrgea Men Were from One of Dent Regiment In Army PraUe of Mingo Sanders. Washington, June 14. Brigadier General Andrew S. Burt, retired, a re nowned Indian fighter, who was colonel of the Twenty-fifth Infantry at the time of his promotion and retirement, to-day testified before the senate committee on military affairs that this regiment of. negro soldiers was one of the hest in the United States army, or, In fact, anv army in the world. H said he had served with as many regiments as any man in the United States army, and with no troops of higher character than the Twenty-fifth. He said there were some bad men in the organization, as in every organisation. Concerning Mingoi Sanders, the ser-. geant of Company B, with twenty-six years continuous service, he said, there was no better first sergeant in the ' army; that his veracity was beyond question, and that he tfbuld be depended upon under all circumstances. . An Inci dent was recalled by General Burt, since the discharge of the negro sol diers without honor. Mingo Sanders called upon him after he came to Wash ington to testify. General Burt said to Sanders: . i "Sergeant we are here alone. Now tell me all about this affair." He said that ergeant Sanders told him that if he knew anything about it be would tell, but that, so far as' he knew, none oi ins men nau anything to do with the shooting, and he said he had tried his best to find out about the affair, and that he did not believe any of the negro soldiers were implicated in the outbreak, General Burt testified as to a num ber of the men whom he remembered, and save incidents to show the confi dence he had placed in them. H de clared that all of the 'men w"ere to be believed on oath, and said: ;.T would believe them if I were sit ting on a court-martial, even if they were testifying in their own defense." An Important Decision. London, June 13. Should the decision, given in the divisional court to-day by the Lord '-Chief 'justice, Lord Alver stone, and two associates hold good a British subject convicted of crime in a foreign country 'who escaped to Brit-' ish territory cannot be' extradited.. 2 yas hmb,' Ni?A. u One FHtvCant Tlckat MmU a to a HUIIWII AdmlDOInn ticket find numbered reserved ent will be on sale TliaM day nt WILLIS I.. MIX'S DRUG STORE at exactly tbe name price cJmrged: In the regular ticket nngon on th c show grounds. - . J.'.' . a:f-Brau.. 11 a u s. Corner Church and Grown Sts. Branch of 1214 B'way, Opposite Webet , A Field's. HIGH-CLASS LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S RESTAURANT. ' Tel. 681. , Tl Momauguin s C0SEY BEACH Open for the Season Geo. iT. White, Prop. Telephone 2553-3 Hotel Garde Oppoaho " Union Depot. NEW HAVEN.- CONN.'. C onnecticut's Largest Hotel ROOF GARDEW. Alexander Coinstdck Promote One for Waterbury, The hustling city of Waterbu'ry is rapidly forging to the front In metro politan aspect, as far as amusement Is concerned. Waterbury. is the only city In the state of any consequence that does not have a pleasure" park where people can go to on a warm day to hear good music,-- fnjoy' ffucK adjuncts as merry-go-founds, shoot the chutes, and hundreds of other forms of amuse ments tHat usually accompanies a place of this character. An enegetlo theatrical manager, Alexander Comstock, who has control led niany theaters In New York, Chica go, St Louis, besides having been the first manager of such Important stars as Richard Mansfield, Lew Doekstader, Mrs. Leslie Carter, together with other well known people of stellar promin ence, has about completed arrange ments to use the top of two of the tall est buildings in, the Brass City for a roof garden. . The performance to be given In this open air theater that will have no covering but the starry skies, will be of the very highest order. The programme will consist of part songs, glees, quartettes, with at least three Important operatic soloists, that have been heard during the past .year: in grand opera In New York, and' the orchestra will be made up entirely of guitars, violins, 'cellos and harps. This aerial roof garden will be deoor ated entirely lh Japanese style, vari colored electric lights, trailing vines of apple blossom, a, favorite flower in the land of the Mikndo, and all the attend ants will be Japanese, and no lntoxl-' cants will be sold. " v Comstock, by the way, is the man who was a few years ago enterprising enough to pay William Jennings Bryan $1,000 a night for a series of fifty lectures. SUES NEW HATENER. For Twenty Share, of Western Union Stock. Torrlngton, June 14. Samuel S. Miles of Goshen, a wealthy .farmer, has brought suit against John Moran of New Haven, who conducted the brok erage office in Torrlngton, to recover twenty; shares of capital stock 'of Western Union Telegraph company, at par value of J100, whloh plaintiff,, al leges the defendant or IiIb agent has failed to deliver on demand. Property to the value of $3,000 on East Mala street has been attached by Constable Lewis F. Hull, the papers being made out by Bernard E. Hlggins. The case is returnable to the Superior court the 1 fief Tnesrinv In Sentemher. POLI'S NEW TREAT RE ONE ENTIRE" WEEK Oi" JUNE 10. ; Matinee 2:15 Evenings 8:15 ; Manager Poll Presents P.OII O P-B R A CO. (Direction Milton and Sargent Aborn.) In Plamquette's Opera Comlque, ? "Chime, of Normandy." Poll noniilfl.r nrtnAH Hfni-inpo . 1 n,v 20o.; boxes.. 60o.; evenings, 10c, 20c;, sua; Doxes, tuc iaaies at matinees, 10c. Box office. open 9 to 9. Telephone 192 Important -'Exhibition Ot Etchings and Engravings (by Dureaf, JttemDranat,, wmstler. .and' other Masters , . :' i' Yale School of Fine Arts.' Admhwlon, 25 Cents. '..'; Open Dally Until June 26i WHITE CITY Earcy & Speck, Mgrs. WEEK OF JUNE lO. ' ." $1,000 FREE ATTRACTION. ADGIE AND HER LlOiNS Remarkable Display of Daring, and Taming ot the King of Beasts. Extended engagement of the wonder ful' Camera-Phoae, Filipino Midgets, ahd Hindoo Dancing Girls. Concerts daily by the Second Regiment Band. $200 worth.of free presents given away Friday night.,. Equivalent of Free adr mission Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, .See dally papers for de-. tails. ' ' : THIS SPACE , Belong, to MITCHELL Yon AH WHAT HE SELLS COLONNADE S AVIN RO 2 K Palatial Ladles' and Gentlemen's1 Restaurant Sea Food Dinners. Meals a la carte. ; ' YALE 0.-BISHOP, Prop. ; Tel., 4555 . WILCOX'S Pjier Restaurant NOW OPEJf. 'f. : Fnmous for it. Sen Food Dinners, 50c to tU3. Quick .ervlce. Frank Wilcox, Prop. Tale D. Bishop', Mgrf HOT BIi DBRNI9, Atlantic City, N. J. Occupies one-half square of unob BtruCtod ocean front. WALTER J. BTJZBT. NEW HADIPSmRE RESORTSi WAUM BEK COLONY THE WAUMBEK, THE JEFFER- HUIN, VV.VUMt5UiK. HAli,, UTAH KING THE FAMILY COTTAGES, Jefferson, N. II. White Bfonntalnh Accommodations for 600. Seasort June to October, Particulars on ap plication to. A. J. MURPHY. Manager. "CVS WW' 'Mi, f Flag nay Ob.erved. Yesterday was flag day, and although the weather in the morning was any thing but favorable for t)i flying ot banners. - there were lots "of patriotic---m " over the city who flung Olu Olorj' forth.