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NEW HAVEH HORNING AND COURIER. WEDNESDAY JULY 3, ISO!
" ' "T" , leasfopn Ieasoioi ' : i Extra Bargains Wednesday Wednesday will be Bargain Day this week on account of the holiday coming on Thursday. While every department offers nu merous Pre-Inventory bargains there will be extra bargains in seasonable wearing apparel at greatly reduced prices. NewWhiteWalsts Dozens and dozens of new, crisp White Waists bought at and offered at 1-3 former prices. 67 for the 1-25 Waists. " . $1.00 for the $1.50 Waists. And so on. Bathing Suits The new Bathing Baits for Won en at pre-inventory pro (Suit and Garment Zx&Ur RainGoata and Auto Coats at Pre-Inventory Prices. Good time now to make your selection. Good assortment of up-to-date styles, in worthy coats, In cluding the Rubber-lined Coats, and at a saving of 25 to 33 1-3 per cent. This week will end this op portunity. White Beits 19g. Pleated and plain White Belts, neat sea-pearl buckles; value 25a each, sale price 19. - Linen Diaper :-98c. Linen Diaper, 10 yds. In apiece, value $1.25 a piece, sale price 98c. . fefcfo ENGLISH DIVINE ON iELIGIGUS LIBERTY Rev. C. H. James of Derby, Eng., at Grand Avenue Baptist Church. EDUCATION STRUGGLE In the Final Climax Relig ious Liberty Will Win Says Mr. James. Rev. G. Howard James, minister of bsmaston Road Baptist church, Derby. England, lectured In the Grand Avenue Baptist church last evening on "The Battle of English Nonconformists for Religious Liberty." Mr. James Is stop ping for a few days with the pastor of the Fair . Haven church, Rev. Charles G. Smith. When Mr. Smith was In England 'he had a pastorate near that of Mr. James. In his interesting story last evening Mr. James said, in part: "One hundred years ago nonconform ists were tolerated and had the right In Warm use Glenn's Sulphur Soap daily. It cleanses and cools the skin, keeps the pores healthy and imparts a refreshing sense of personal cleanliness. Always ask for Glenn's Siilplinr Soap Sold by all druggists. HUl'a Hnlr and Wlilibcr Djo Black or Brown, 600. Leather Belts 35c Leather Belts, black, tan and grey; value COo. each, sal price 35. Women's Neckwear Women's Wo. U tX Vcekww " price. 23l Woman' KccJorsa. kC4 mni rotmesd) TtJnee t&a. to Ma audi. &U price 10, Long Gloves i.oa bong BBk CJlcva dvttht Up, wWle, wd, plnX, lTesder, resed&t vaJuea IJ.S0 to SJ a pain, sale price 9110 Those who prefer bUic gloves can have these dyed for 10c Umbrellas $2.75. BOTH MEN'S AND WOMEN'S. Many a nice summer costume has been spoiled because its owner was caught In a rain storm without an umbrella. . This Pre-Inventory Sale offers some Bplendid $3.50 Umbrellas for 92.75. (Umbrella Dept., right aisle.) Sale Women's $3.50 Silk Vests SI. 25 each. Just previous to Inventory we ctear out In .this department all odd garments and numbers that we won't have again and some of them are slightly soiled by show ing on the counter; although nothing but what, water will take out. j - Remember! $3.50 silk' vests on sale Wednesday $ i 25 morning at ... 1 . DSOffft u x to exist and to worship In licensed places. That was all. They could hold no office under the crown. Their births, marriages and deaths were hot regis, tered unless they were baptized or mar rlej or burled by clergy of the estab lished church, and If they met for wor ship' in any unlicensed place they were liable to heavy fines. There are many cases on record during the first year of the nineteenth century of ministers and people fined $100 for holding cot tage prayer meetings. An effort was made In 1811 to increase their disabili ties by requiring 'guarantees of re spectability' before any one was allow ed to enter a nonconformist pulpit. That led to organization on the part of nonconformists, who were successful In defeating the attempt and formed a so ciety for the protection of religious lib erty. "The first work undertaken was an agitation for the repeal of the test act. No person could hold any office from that of village bellman to lower chancellor without partakln,? of com munion according to the rites of tha Church of England. In some cases of flees were held and it became the cus. torn to pass an annual active Indemnity to relieve the holdings for the lines in curred. The test act was repealed in 1828 and later the church rates were abolished, that in 1S68 after a struggle for forty years. "The present education struggle has been provoked by the act of 1902 which threw the whole cost of denomina tional schools upon the rates and taxes. Two-thirds of the elementary schools in England and Wales are denomina tional schools. In 8,000 parishes there are no other schools. This means that the children of , Nonconformists must receive Christian training and that in two-thirds of these schools no Non conformist teacher need apply. As long as the church controlling these schools found a considerable part of the cost, though the Injustice was great, it was not unendurable. But now that the whole cost is borne by the public, Nonconformists maintain i that the sohools should be controlled by the public and the teaching open to all citizens. "In 1906 a bill to repeal this act was carried by an enormous majority ' In the new House of Commons, but the house of Lords frustrated the effort to do justice. The question now Is whe ther the House of Lords have the finiil say In the matter. The Benneman bill limited the veto of the House of Lords." ilr. James said that religious liberty. Boys' Handkerchiefs Boys' and Toung Men's Linen Handkerchiefs; values 12Jc. and 25c. a pair, sale price 10 and 19. Hand Bags f3-M and 44-00 Lady Carleton Band Bags, m plain and fancy ef fects, price $2.25. Veilings 19c and Mean VeniEtf In blacit, whlta end eolors, plata and dotted mesh; vJ ues Ma and ISa. and 50o., sale prices 10d end 20. Necklaces 39c 75a. Pearl Necklaces, nice heavy pearls, highly polished, sale price 390- Corset Covers 19c 25c. Corset Covers, French style, lace trimmed; value 25o. each, sale price 19. Ribbons 19c All pure . Silk Ribbon, 4 inches wide, black, white and colors; value 25o. a yard, sale price 19. Parasols .50. V White Parasols that were $2.00 and $2.25, hem stitched and em broidered, $1.50. was bound to win as a final climax to this great question. HISTORIC F.MIMI.YGTON HOt'SE. Now Being Converted Into an Automo bile Inn. The old Cowles mansion In Farm ington, which is being rapidly com verted Into an automobile inn, has been named "The General George Inn" after General George Cowles, who built It after his own Ideas, in revolutionary days. The property was recently purchas ed by Miss Theodate Pope, a graduate of Miss Portsr's sehSol, from, James L. Cowles, and consists of the ancient house and five acres of land. A garage Is also being built. MOTHER CRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN, A Certain On for Fverihnra Constipation, H e a l eh , Stoiimrh Troubles, Tuetlilng I) i o r d e r ft. ni 1 e t r o Mother Gray, Wormo. They Rroak nn Ooliis ren'i Home, Sftmple mailed FREK. - Addrewfl, Mew York WW. A. 8. OLMSTED. Lc Roy, N T. EQUIP JOT BONDS Equipment Bonds, in addition to having back of them the entire credit o the issuing railroad, are secured by ownership of equipment usually costing sub stantially In excess of the Bonds issued in payment therefor. W hare a emrefully se lected list of Equipment Bonds netting from to t Information on request I!. W. HARRIS & CO. BANKERS Pine Street, Corner William NEW YORK REAL ESTATEJRANSACTIONS DEEDS RECORDED. Quit Claims, Warrantees, Mortgages and Attach ments Filed. The following real estate transactions were recorded In the town clerk's office yesterday; Warranty Deeds, Alice I. ' Munson to Emily Hawley, land with buildings, Dorman street, 50 feet. Bertha Buchter to N. T., N. H. and H. R. R. Co., land at 669 and 671 State street. ' Joseph S. Levy to C. F. Schwartz, land with buildings, Washington ave nue, 39 feet. Bertha Buchter to N. T., N. H. and H. R. H. Co., land, 663 State street. Thomas E. Bottomley et ux., to lAn- drew Down, land with buildings, Divi sion street, 27 feet. F. H. Ailing to Sarah Grey, land with buildings, Canner street, 60 feet. Ida II. Seabrook to Elijah Butler, et ux., land with buildings, Edgewood avenue, 20 feet. Dora K. Schmidt to J. Welssman, land with buildings, Frank street, 187 feet. Mortgages, C. F. Schwartz to J. L. Levy, land with dwelling, Washington avenue, 34 feet, $4,000. J. II. Post et ux, to Emllle G. Ensign, land with buildings, Edwards street, 26 foot; $400. Gaetano Franco etux., to George S. Peck, ex., land with buildings, Wallace street, 35 feet; $2,500.- Emily Hawley to Elizabeth J. , Craw ford, land with buildings, Dorman street, 50 feet; $1,200. Katlo E. Palmatier to Gr. B. B. Lamb, land on Quinniplac avenue, 935 fect; $3,500. ., .. Annie J. Parker to H. A. S. Hall, truBteo, land on Klmberly avenue, 40 feet; $000. ; Emma A. Spless to Annie K. Wester- hoff, land with buildings, Wlnthrop avenue, 45 feet; $2,000. . George B.' B. Lain to C. G. Morris, land; no description. . ' Gaetano Franco, et ux., to C. E. Brown, land with buildings, Wallace street, 35 feet; $1,000..,. Morris Kapchanbw to Emma It. Dambachci', ltfnd; Washington avenue, 41 feet; $700. Elijah Butler et, ux. to Ida M. Sea brook, land with buildings, Edgewobd avenue, 20 feet; $1,850. Albert H. Krause td J. H. Krause, land, Rosette etreet, 40. feet; $S0O. . Mary McMnhon to "Michael Flannery, land with buildings, Poplar street, 49 feet; $3,000. Antonio G. Giuseppe to Farmington Savings bank, land with buildings, East Water street, 100 feet; $6,o00. Quit Cljilma. Connecticut Savings bank to New Haven Sawmill Co., land; no descrip tion. , , r. : - " : Trusses of Old Alms House Farm to Ellzaboth S. Tllllngliast, lana wun buildings, Munson street; 65 feet. E. J. Maher to Dora Schmidt, land, two pieces, George street, ou leui, Frank street, 100 feet. Georgo II. Cannon' to Jacob Marvin,' land, Spruce street, 23 foot. Fredorlclt Sllverthau to w. J. Aiwa- ter, land, 2 places, Mechanic street, feet; Mechanlo street, ss toot. Elizabeth B. Gould to lAnnta J. 'ar- er, lnd, Klmberly avenue, 50 foet. Elizabeth J. Crawford to Alice l. Munson, land witn Dunuings, jjoruuui Btreet, 50 feet. Lemuel G. Hoadley' to Thomas js.- Bottomly et ux., land witn DuuuinSa, Division street, 27 feet. Charles Morris to George a. a. wrau, land; no description,' Elizabeth S. TUlingnast to jonn -ms-hlo, land with dwellings, Dlxwell ave nue, 48 reet. Michael Hessler to Bertna aucnter, land, State street, GS feet. H J. Murphy, anm., io uuciquu Franco, et ux., land wun ouimuiB, laca street, 35 feet. MARINE RECOHtl. Port of New Haven. ARRIVED Soh Maine, Williams. Stontngton. Sch George ana Aium, Kockawny. Sch Marlon, Carter, N. T. Sch Beaver (Br.) Caswell, Fort Gre- viue, jn. s. CLEARED. Sch Gertrudo (Br.) loung, JN. X. Sch Neptune, Miller, Amboy. Sch Nautilus, Heoves, Providence. Sch Emma, Clark, N. Y. Sch Phoenix, Carlton, N. T, Sch C. II. Malieson, maaesou, . i. Sch R. T. Graham, . eneriil Slillllnr News. Now Vnrk. .lulv 2. Arrived: Steam- Br.fln Wnlienhnrs. Trieste, etc, anilert' steamers i. aroma, jjiverpooi via Onnnnstown: Kaiser Wilhelm der c.,.u Hremcn via Plymouth and Cherbourg; Cltta dl Torino, Naples and Prawla Point. July 2. Passed: Steam- nr. Mnsnbft. New York for London Rotterdam, July' 2 Arrived: Stnam ers Petersburg, New York for Lihau; Tw 1 Areonin. New York for Llbau. London. July 2. Arrived: Zeeland, Wonr Vnrlt for Dover. Snares. Julv 1. Passed: Steamer Roma, New York for Naples and Mar- cnlllfiQ ninstrow. July 2. Arrived: Staamer Astoria, New York via Movtlle. Copenhagen, July 2. Arrived: Steam' er Oscar II., New York via Christian ah ml. Oonoa. June 2S. Arrived: Steamer Nnrrl America. New York via Naples. nrfimen. .lulv 2. Arrived: Steamer Fried rich der Grosse, New York via Plvnuth and Cherbourg. Libau. June 25. Sailed: Steamer Snrntnv. New York. Naples, Jun 28. Sailed: Steamer Lipurta (from Genoa) New York. Chrlstiansand, June 29. Sailed Steamer United States (from Copenha gen), New York. . . . IVew London Murine Note. New LonOon. July 2. . Arrived Schooners Otis Miller (Br.), from New York for St. John, N. B. ; Jonathan Cone, Walls, from bout h Amboy for Northeast Hnroor, aie.; Charles H. Sprasue, from Port Reading -or Salem, Sailed: Tub' ADrara r. Skidmore wit two barges bound west. We ship anything that we sell, anywhere. Cottagers, Campers and! Yachts men can shop with us by mail easily and satisfactorily. Our Book-keeping system shows the exact brands and sorts you hare been using an order "as last" will do the business. Everything that's good and de pendable in GKOCERIES, WINES & CIGARS, MINERAL WATERS, J38 S-faf. S THBO. KEILER FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMKR. 408 State Street. . BRANCH OFFICEl 465 Campbell Avenue, West liar en. AfmOUHCEFJIENT. I desive to announce to my friends and the public generally, that pending a readjustment of my affairs, calls intended for me may be sent to Messrs. Lewis & Maycock, No. 1112 Chapel Street. All work will receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 675. ROBT. jV. BUR WEIL, Undertaker DIBBLE In this city, July I, 18)7, ' Kmlly Frances, widow of Frederlok B. Dibble. Funeral services will be held ai her lata residence, No. 52 Edwards street, on Wednesday afternoon i at half -past two o'clock. Friends are Invited to attend. ' ' " Jy3 It ESCAPED SHOCKING DEATH. AVnterbury Man Whirled About In JIa chinery. Waterbury, July 2. Although whirl ed several times about a shaft at the Scovlll Manufiicturlg company's plant esterdny, James Gorman Is alive at the Wnterbury hospital, with nothing more than ra few bruises and several abra sions of the head and arms. Mr. Gorman Is a millwright and was at work yesterday adjusting the work ing parts" of a blower which had failed to properly do the work required of It. In some way his shirt sleeve, which was rolled up above the elbow, caught in the shafting, and lifted him from his feet, throwing him several times around the shaft before the machin pry could bo stopped In response to his cries. The shirt was torn irom nis arm nnd he was released in a semi-uncon scious condition. Dr. Nelson A. Fomcroy was imme diately called, and after a careful exam- nntion or ins wounds ordered nis re moval to the' hospital, where It was found he was suffering from abrasions on the head and face, and deep cuts on the arms. It was at first feared that some bones were broken, and that he might be suffering from internal inju ries, but no evidence of such harm was obtained. . His escape rrom mora serious injury a eonsiuwren muacuiuua vy tiiusw wiiu saw the accident. Reserved Seats Camp Stools 25 cts. Camp Stools with a back 50 cents. Special for this week. Just the thing to take to the Shore, the Country or the Fireworks on the Green. Porch Rockers in many styles from 90c. to $3.75. We are agents for the Com fort Chair, adjustable or swinging-, folds flat, easily car ried, and is the most comfort able chair imaginable, $4.95. A Palmer Hammock hung in a shady corner radiates comfort, $1.50 to $7.00. Lawn Swings $4. 50 to $7. 20 Steamer Chairs, Canvas or Cane, Cot Beds, Screens for doors and windows, Every thing for Summer Comfort at prices that will make you happy. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Houss Furnishers, Orange and Center Sts. CENTRAL HOUSE. A twelve-room house very near Chapel Street Has just been painted and papered through out. An excellent location for roomers. WOW VACANT Price $7,200. FOR SALE. A three-family house near Ferry St., Fair Haven with extra lot 60x115. Price for quick sale $2,6 00. MOORHEAD & DONNELLY Roem 30, 82 Church Street. FOR SALE. The best baro-aln In Tanth Ttrn.ri One famllv house: ten heat; all Improvements. Fine lot and location. Slate roof; two-story noreh. PIUCE, $0,700. N. S. S5LATCHLEY, 69 Chuch St. FOR SALE. Two-Family Frame DwclliBg on Port- vn BIITO, V11B jjeep Lot. PRICE, S,BOO. BulldlniT lots In FT e-hwnnrt roll, and water. Cheap lots on Wooster tnr. race. CANNON, MORSE & CO., Fire Insurancj, 792 Chapel Street FOR SALE. A desirable one family house, Owlght street south of ChapeL J C, PtTNDERFORD, M CHURCH BTREET. FOR SALE. Two very desirable central detached houses suitable for a physician.' Money to loan In sums to suit l: g: hoadle,y: Room S14 M'a.hlnrfton Building, 30 CHURCH STREET. Open Evenings. i TO LET Rooms top floe, building 424! State afreet, cor. Court. Good light, steady power, freight eleTator, and heat. Specially equipped for light nana factoring. Space to enlt tenants, for term of years. Apply to Ben. R. English. 839 Chapel St; WILLOW ST. Near Whitney Ave. One-family residence with all improvements. An attractive house. Very desirable location. West Haven Building Lots Fries rang tram tXM to . front taoU mm i Hi to rait Fu H. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange) St. Om cent war cm u. At eent trend to a full Ilmea. WAJfTlETJ. work. StotW family. Cail bet WAPtTBB FOB It. a. A ft MY- ABLE-BODISO uaroaxrt4 tnaa. bs tween ages 21 tui 15; ftigesyi eg United etate. el irood efe.otf aaa tempmta habus, who can Kortm. read and wrtte Ene;Ua. Apply Be crulting OlSeer, it0 Cbsfi etreetv New If;en; lit Main strs, HartH ford; 1012 Isaln Brttfjfeporti 199 BanK trt. Wftt.rt.ury, Ooiitt, ALL rood hlj thovia on 11 h E"oa neij 'ftoina tan 6r. supply all the beat plaoe and alu aaad a.rgu suwtara. Eleeman'a Jwa?a liable Btnployment Aehoy. Jli Chap el. Opan avaainsa ml4 tl BLEEMAJVe MLSABtiE EMPLOY tabllahea 20 yeaija. iixeaet, beflt iu the StAte. Beat mala and feinaia hfllp for anr nd all kloda of wrk. Sinl anywhere. Opan avaaHwra. Tol. Mi, R. B. MAIXORT. AUCTIONEER and Appaalser, 112 Chapel St. telephone 2S60. Bouse hold sales a upeolalty. a4 tf JOSTHi SELECT EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, tt Church atraot. Telephona 1401-13 eotmootloBs. Largest Agenef male, and female holp auppllcd for mercantile end domeatia service for any and all kinds of work. Sent any where. Open evenings. Buying ladles' .Gent's old clothe. -. Send postal. Sam Widder, 914 Grand avenue. ml6 30t BOARDlWa Af TUB BHJASHORE. . MANSFIELD'S Orava, Eiast. Haven, Conn. Hig-h Viook aottage; fine view'f boating-; bathing and fiahltig; shora front; prtoa Honble. Mrs. E. B. Joel ' lit lw FOR REXT. STORIS He. 954 Chapel street, Knights of Columbus building, 109 feet by 25 feet, with vault IS feet by t feet In quire Room 450, X.nlghta of Colnm bus building. J2S t , yon beset. SEVEN rooms. 7?4 deorgs street, first floor, furnace heat. Separate en trances, xucnaei u. uoua. Churoh street. FOR BENT. SIX-ROOM tenement. Whalley. avenue. J25 per month. Chas A. Baldwin, it Church street. mlS 7t FOR SALS). BIG bargain; first class auto will bej sold cheap. Inquire 379 Grand ave nue, city. , . j2 7t .. BOATS FOR SALE.. ONE 35 ft. sharpie launch; one 25 tt, naphtha launch; one 21 ft, 8 H. P. launch; one 22 ft. 4 H. P.. launch; ona 16 ft. 2 H. P. launch; twelve new. skiffs. Launches to rent by the day; or month. Boats bought and Bold. . Merrill Whlte-Heatons. j25 28t ONE OF THE FtlVH WHITNEY avenue properties that era1 modern ana moaest In price, veryi attractive, all improvements,' Now) finished and ready for Inspection. Lot 60x160. Only $9,800. Fredarique; B. Lewis, 139 Orange street. j2 lw . FOR SALE. ' A CABIN launch. 33 feet long, about stx feet, six men oeam. witn tour ayi inder, 4 oyfcle, 16 H. P. Eagle engine, ' Water tank, lavatory, closet etc. Boat and eneine in excellent cndl- tlon. A bargain. For price and pftifeL tlculars address Franklin Burton, Aai sonia. Conn, J28 5t MRB CAPITAL NEEDED . to fill orders for Cotton's "KJiO-Tl'F" Felt Mattresses (patent Sending). Beat paying investment in ev Haven Particulars on apptica-r tion. The Folding Mattress Co., ino., 81 Goffe Btreet. . - J22 tt FOR SALE 1,000 aet (Patent Stove 11 rick. Every act warranted one year. ' Orders received 763 STATE STREET. fc , . .. - ANNUAL MEETING. The undersipnod rive notice that thay will moet on Monday , next, the 8th daj of July, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the office of the clerk of the Superior Court for New Haven county, for the purpose ot examining tho lists of jurors nominated by the selectmen of the several towns of this county, ana erasing the namea of one-Ualf of those so nominated, aa provided; by law. - , Any resiaent 01 tins county may ap- . pear before the undersigned at sttldj time and place and be heard in refer ence to said names. KOBKRT O. GATES, EDWARD E. BRADIJIT, JOHN CURRIER GALLAGHER, ! . Jury Commissioners. July 2, 1807. jy3 It 1 m Nonpariel Laundry c HIGH-CLASS WORJC. We do the work for the leading fam I ies ana stores. 271 Glalcti'ey Av., New Havan, Conn. Building Lots at Morris Govs Far libera Cash or time payments and discount to Builders. . Buy of the owner. r EDWARD M. CLARK 39 Church Street Room 301, SPECIAL. We have n buyer for a one-family house located near Whitnep Avfnne, nt price from $10,000 to 15,000.. Apply lnimcillately. Judson & Hauff, Room 402. 902 Chapel St. CASTOR I A For Infants and Cliildren, The Kind Yea Have Always Bopght Bears the Signature $50,000 TO 101 On Reafst3t3 at 5 nsr CMt. IN SUMS TO SUIT. B. F. ESS, 840 Chapel SI Uubluser aulliimm, 1m If