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KEW HAVEN MORSEO JOUKNAL AND COURIER. SATTTRDAY JUXE 15 190?
: Tailor Shops, jio Fifth venue : Wash Boilers 39c: Sixty-five heavy tin oval Wash Boilers, with pieced cover and iron handle, .A regular 59c quality. Wringers $1.79. 125 wood frame Clotties Wringers, standard size roller. $ J. SO selling price at any other time. Garden Tools 19c. A limited quantity of hard wood Lawn Rakes, 14 teeth ; or heavy iron Rakes, 16 teeth. Either 19c. " Garden Shovels 25c. Heavy steel, square ends, steel handles. Usually 50c. ' Enamel Ware Specials. 8 qt. Coffee Pot 29c, orJi 39c. -Large Collendars 18c, worth 25c. Large Chambtr Pails 50c, worth 69c. 14 qt. Dish Pas 35c, value 50c. 3, 4 and 5 qt. fans 15c, worth 25c. Foot Tubs 25c. Strong, well nude, gafvanked Foot Tubs. The regular 45c she. Lawn Mower Specials. High wheel, light wcighteasy run ning, steel blade and sharpener, at . , . $2.25, $2.45, $2.95. Clothes Frames 39c. Hard wood, adjustable Frames, 3 wings, a regular 50c seller. This price for sale only. Brooms 19c. These are our regular 25c Brooms, excellently made, car tied. While quantity lasts 19c. Enamel Ware 2-3 off. 150 pieces Seamless Pyrolite En amel Ware, assorted Dish Pans and Tea Pots, all now 1-3 of the regular prices., . Wash'g Machines $5.95 "Majestic " Rotary Wishing Ma chines, all cedar, galvanized metal parts, electric welded hoops. Rsgu )ar$6.95. 39c Set. , About 500 Knives and Forks, good steel, cocobola handles, single bols ter, with heavy rivets. Regular C9c a set. - Wash Boards 29c. Heavy Wash Boards, regular fam ily size. We sell them other times 'for 39c. Gas Lighters 1-2 Price Long handled Gas Lighters, with a box dripl-ss tapers, the regular 20c seller fc: half while quantity lasts. Hose and Resi $4.95. 50 feet, five ply, 3- inch rubber Hose, hard wood reel and spray nozzle. Regular $G.50. - " There is a fide in the affairs of men which taken at the flood leads on to fortune" . TyARGAIN HIGH TIDE in the Basement Saturday! As your success , jry ful commander-in-chief must continually re-form his battle line, so must a modern store constantly re-organize its methods of store service and convenience in the interest of the great public it serves., Alteration-time, re arrangement of selling space, improvements all along the line are under way in that'great base of housefurnishing supplies downstairs. Hence everything that stands in the way of progress in the shape of merchandise must be swept aside. For such purpose we inaugurate this important sale and place economies before you regardless of . worth or even sometimes cost of production. The reduction knife has been driven deeply into the very vitals of prices. It is most com prehensive. It sweeps thru the entire area of housefurnishing proper, especial ; ly including also surplus lots of fine China, Glass, Silverware, Bric-a-Brac, ; Crockery, all in the'way of improvements.- In a word, it is the money-saving ' Mecca of summer housekeeping everything for everybody at MINIMUM COST; Special Saturday Hour Sales will add to the bargain-enthusiasm. But quantities are often-times scant therefore must be restricted in amounts sold to single customers. Tables will be filled, bargains will be ready at store- opening Saturday ! Get here as early as you can! ; ' Morning Hour Sales Downstairs 8:30 - to 11:30. 8.30 to 9.30. 9.33 to 10.30. 8.30 to 9.30. Clothes Baskets 29c. Glasses 3c each. Celery Trays 95c. All Willow Clothes Baskets, heavy Bala . Cut Glass Celery Trays, .bout 20 weave, with strong bo:tom. Worth Drop Pj T ci'arets sTll' of ,hem- Regularly sold at $2.25." iV Durino this hour 29c Champagnes, uooiets, wareis, oen- sue. During tnis nour -sac. hsjskiSi Worth up t0 $1-00 During mi hour 95c. " ' ' : : and $2.50 dozen. . .' 9.30 to 10.30. ioTaTtolT30 10.30 to 11.30. Plate Set 9c. Tflrfiin!prS0e" German Chinaware 5c. Plate Set, consisting of one large JarUlUlCIb decorated Plate and fancy Cup and Nine- and ten-inch fancy hand Decorated German China Bon Saucer to match. Regular 25c. painted underglaze Jardinieres, in Bons, Pickle Dishes, etc., worth up During this hou 9c. assorted colors. Regular $2.55. to 25c each. During this hour 5c. Under Half Cost o f Direct Importations. AH these beautiful odd piecss of fine imported brie a brae, are group ed on a special table. ' There is just one piece of a kind and every piece is marked now away below the actual cost of bringing them to this country. Uumbrella Jars $2.00. This is a very rich single piece of genuine imported Villeroy Bach ware with most elaborate decorations, standing 27 in. high, imperfect or would be the regular $12.00 price. Umbrella Jars $2.00. Another very . handsome single piece of rich Louelsa ware, also im-, perfect, standing 20 in. high, would be $9.00 regularly. Jardinier Pedestal 69c. 5 assorted Jardinier Pedestals in handsome glazed earthern ware, itnst attractively decorated, values worth up to $2.00. ( Jardinier $4.50. One single set of choicely decor ated porcelain china, Taburet and Jardinier, rich gilt finish, elaborate decorations, regular $9.00 seller. Barbotine' Vase $3.95. This very rich Vase stands 27 in. high, is a genuine Italian importa tion. The decorations consisting of raised flower effects, are most artis lie, was $ 12. 00. Barbotine Vase ; $1.75; Only 3 of them, but exceedingly rich pieces, standing 19 in. high, all of them genuine imported Italian ware, regular $5.50. . Vase $1.50. Just one rich special Terracotta Vase, standing 20 in high, of fine French make, before this sale $4.50, 2-3 Off Baskets. About -100 sample covered Bas kets, fancy shapes and colorings, suitable for bonbons, collars, cufFs, handkerchiefs, etc., .one of a kind, while they last. Every Basket 1-3 of regular price. Soap 10 for 25c. For the busy housekeeper, 10 bars of Swift's Pride Soap, the 5c cake. Carpet Beaters 9c. About 100 Rattan ' Carpet Beaters and Rug Beaters, some sold lor 20e. Enamel Ladles 3c. About 100 pieces 'of imported En amel Ladles, Spoons, Cake Turners, etc., sold regularly for'lOc each. Enamel Dish Pahs 33c. 14 quart, perfect Dish Pans, 50c regular. Sale price 33c each. Sleeve Boards 10c Hardwood, strongly made. 15c regular value. , Ovens 69c. ' Gas or oil Ovens, one hole made of heavy tin. An 85c value. Pillow Sham Holder 19c Wood Frame Pillow Sham Holder reguhr value 29c. Sale price 19c. ; Hand Soap 5c. Have you tried Dutch Cleanser Hand Soap? Same size cake as Sapollo, and will do the work as good sold always for . 10c t cake. Stove Polish 2 boxes 5c Bixby's Iron Stove Polish,- Sc size. Napthaline 5c. 10c Box extra fine camphorated Napthaline, the best moth destroyer. Wool Soap 8 cakes 25c 5c Cake of Wool Soap. Sale price 8 Cakes for 25c. Fruit Saucers 8c. A small quantity of handsome German China Fruit Sauters with fancy decorations. The regular $1,50 dozen grade. Quadruple Plated Silver Ware at 1-2 Regular Value. Meat Forks 50c, worth $1.00. Pie Knives 5pc, worth $1.50. : Berry Spoons BOc, worth $1.50. Preserve Shells 50c, worth $1.00. ,. Table Spoons $2. 60 dozen, wort! $5.20. Dessert Spoons $2.25 dozen, worth, $4.50. Medium Forks $2.60 dozen, , worjl $5.20. Dessert Forts $2.25 dozen, worth $4.50. Cream Ladle 50c, worth $1.00. Odd lot Initial Spoons In nickel silver, regulr.r 19c, at 10:. Towel .packs 9c. The .most up-to-date Towel Rack in the market and a regular 15c sell er, while the quantity last 9c. Ironing Wax 10c doz. Handled Ironing was 20c a dozen. Stove Mat 2c. Heavy asbeslos Stove Mats, metal rims, 5c size. "' ' Chocolate Pots 3c. Fancy decorated German China, the regular 75c grade. " Dinner Sets $9.25. . Just a dozen sets', 100 piec Eng lish Porcelain, handsome landscape decoration. Begular $12.50. Oil Bottles 10c. Pressed Glass, 1n the well known " Near Cut " pattern, with mush room stopper. Regular 19c. Sugar and Creams 15c. Pressed Glassi in up-to-date de signs. Regular 25c sellers. . Butter Dishes 15c. Pressed Glass, with covers to match. A regular 29c number. Saturday Special Millinery Reductions. Hats reduced to the. following prices; positively no rsstrictions: , $30.00 Hals at $20.00. $25.00 Hats at $16.50. $20.00 Hats at $12.50. $15.00 Hats at$t0.00 $10.00 Hats at $6.75. $8.00 Hats at $5.00. $5.00 Hats at $3.00. Shapes 25c, reduced from 98c to $1.50. Ready-to-wear Hats 93c, were $1.98 to $3,50. v Dinner Sets $3.85." Just sixty Cottage Dinner Sets, 54 piece American Porcelain, handsome flower decorations, gold lined. We sell them regularly at $6.00. ' I Tumblers 19c. Crystal Glass Tumblers you would have to pay 25c dwen for at other times. . . Water Pitchers 15c. . Sixty '. fancy decorated German. China Water Pitchers, the regular 20c quality. Toilet Sets $1.85. Twenty-five, nine piece decorated' Toilet Sets, attractive colorings, strong, durable pieces regular $2,15. Jardiniers 50c. , 32, 9 and 10 inch fancy hand painted Jardiniers, in assorted col ors. .Worth up to $4.00. Study Lamps $1.50. 20 nlckle plated Study Lamps with 10 inch frosted shade and chimney, our regular $2.03 Lamp. . . . Water Bottles 49c." "Colonial," stylej pressed glass, serviceable, good looking and a reg ular 79c number. .. - .... ' Half Price Vases. ; A few fancy decorated German China' Vases, regularly 10c each, now 5c. ' Fruit Saucers 1-2 price. ' Fancy decorated German China Fruit Saucers with dainty tinted edge. Regular 10c, now 5. :; Shakers 10c. .' ' 55 fancy decorated German China salt and pepper Shakers, the regular 15e kind. Tea Sets $1.25. A few handsome decorated German China, three piece Tea Sets, regu lar $2.00 grade, just. while they last. Sugar Bowls' 10c. 85 fancy decorated German China Sugar Bowls, a regula 1 5c number. 1 Decanters 98c. In the famous Grecian Star and Dewdrop Patterns, thin blown De canters that sell regularly for $1.79. Tumblers 59c dozen. 6 dozen fancy pressed water Tum blers in one of the very latest pat tern, a regular 85c quality. Wash Tubs 55c. A little lot of well made cedar "vash Tubs, grainel finish outside, white Inside th regular 75c Wash Tubs. Carpet Sweeper $1.25. These are the famous Bissell Car pet Sweepers, in . all sizes, which sell regularly for $2.00. The Metropolitan Store of New Haven. The Metropolitan Store of New Haven. ! ' s?iq -8 HISTORIC PHILADELPHIA HOMES. The attention of the Colonial Dames of New Jersey has been turned to the many historical buildings In this city and steps are to be taken to preserve as many of these as is possible. Among these venerable houses, one of the most interesting, and one which has undergone -more alteration than is common cmong Burlington houses, is the Bradford mansion, in Broad street. Mrs. 'William Bradford, who lived there, was the daughter of Elias Boud- inot, president ol congress. ' Bouiiiiiot built the house in 1798, and'lie enter tained there the Washinprtons, the Madiso.ns, the Hamiltons, Lafayette, and all the distinguished society that the place and the period' could boast. Mrs. Bradford was the last of Vthe Washington circle," and the older gen eration of Burlingtonians lias distinct remembrance of her taking the air in a sedan chair, or driving to church in a yellow lamily chariot, upholstered in crimson. . On "High street 'two old houses', ot exceeding interest stand close beside each other. They were ' bujlt in 1GS7. Both are of stucco, and their prim roofs lack the usual flamboyant gable so familiar in this section. The light green one was the boyhood home of Captain James Lawrence of the Chesa-ipeake,- whose dyinfc words, "Don't give up the ship," have made his name im mortal. In the other house, light brown with white trimmings, J. Fenl- ntore Cooper was born. He and Law rence were boys together and here the author of the "Leatherstocking' Tales" spent some of the hapipest years of his life. - When the Quakers who settled Bur lington rowed past where a huge woods marked where Philadelphia was afterward founded they came to a land where a low gravel beach met the riv er turning northward and high banks rose on either, side laden heavy . with green and perfomed undergrowth and lofty sycamore trees. Here they Btart ed Burlington. The pioneer settlers were joined by Others In the same year and Of these a large party came in the Shield direct from Hull, In England. The Shield was the first sailing vessel to penetrate so far up the Delaware, and when it reached Burlington It was moored to a sycamore tree, which stands to this day. Burlington, despite Us Quaker ante edents, has long been a stronghold of Eplscopalianism In America, and "In Growls and grouches' give place to "grins." Lambert. clothes satisfy. If you'vs ever had clothes troubles you can leave. them behind you forever. Our clothe9 please because they fill every promise. They are custom . made , through and through stylish,' -shape re-; taining, and constructed upon principles of honesty and intelligence. Ak the Han Who War Them." $15, $18, $20, $22.50, up to $45. .. 854 Chapel St. meh's apparhl Furnishing Hati Clothing ' Shoes 2 M. T. STOKES 183 Broadway 39-41 Cortlaodt Street Something New in Japanese j DGCOrStiOnS. very rich.ajid beautiful. Match Safs, Bon- j Bon Dishes, Rose Jars, Vases, etc. Cut Glaus the largest and finest va- i .... 4 rlety ever shown in this city. Including all that 'is the product o-tha f rarest skill, and most consummate-workmanship. . A. F. WYLIE, saeccor to job ur!8ht c 82 1 Chapel- Street; FINE FISHING TACKLE. "IRON ARM BRAND" k thfi winner in kll contests. Call at The' Gun Store! dore for voiirself. first quality rishermea isoocs ana r.amLuais j i, noire r'ocKer: LiUi crv vyiv amv 'huuvj t- and Arnmtinirinn. AlwavS the best at ? JOHS E. BA8SETT, Preprictor. "Ttift frlftl SlffTP 8 CHURCH STREET. X I IG KJ III It KjlJI C this respect, owing to Its predominance of hierarchical society, has been fre quently likened to an English cathe dral town. The original St. Mary Pro testant Episcopal church was founded in1 1703, and was built as plain as ;., a barn. In Its graveyard Ilea burled John Talbot, the first American bishop . of the Protestant Episcopal faith.-r-PhlU adelphla North American. , ' if the Baby 1. Cntllnn Teeth, he mm and use thatoM and well tried remedy, Mrs. Wluslow's Sooth lnit Syrup, tot olilldren toothing. It boouios the child, Bottom tho Ruins, i)aj-s all pain, cures wind chollc and Is the best remedy fnr diarrhoea. Twenty, five cents a bottle. Guaranteed under the Food and Drues Act, Juno S0th 13(Xi Serial number 1093, .---...-.-..4 Peoples Fisti Market ! Sit;- - -1 11? M tA til It I 111 lit Blue Serge j THE LOGICAL SUIT I FOR SUMMER. i $12 to $25. i Will hold their color. Will retain their shape, j Will satisfy in every way. ; ... j) Oar B'tie Serges at $15 j are of very exceptional vaiue. They would. - i not be unrea-ona- $1 , j bly priced at $20. ! Straw Ha:s Negligee Shirts,, j Ruling smis anu rui wuiB. SOFT SHELL CRABS Special sale of fine Fresh Mackerel, , Porgies, But terfish, Snappers, Eels, Flounders, VV e a k fi s h, Live Lobsters. . Telephone. ----T iT--"-'ni.....i. W.H. Wilson & Son 30 Congress Avo. ' Two 'Phones. . ..... . j ' Branch Market at Snvln Hock. IUBBWS0E9I i.'SH0R WALL PAPERS New Designs Suggestions for Treatment SAMUEL ST0VIN, , Ladies' Tailor, 171 mi 173 Orange Street. I Special Reduction in TVhiU Cheyiot, Mohair and Serge Suits.