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HEW HAVEN M0BNIX8 JOURNAL AKD COURIEB, SATURDAY JULY, 27 190T
a A perfectly equipped and modern system of ventilation makes these stores cool and comfortable at all times. The Trunk and Bag Store' in the PJ Basement carries the largest and most varied stock in New Haven. (SHARTENBERG & ROBINSON CO. Owners). Saturday marks the end of the year's greatest merchandise movement, any prices are in force for Saturday that are even lower than the original Mill End figures. These special reductions have been made so that numerous stocks may be cleaned-up and disposed of before closing time, Saturday evening. $12 Sift Jumper Suits, at $6.95. Pretty Jumper Suits, made of Chiffon Tstff eta.in plain colors and black and white checks. Jumper is neatly plaited and well finished; skirt also plaited to match jump er. $12.00 value. At $6.85. $25 and $35 Pony and Eton Suits, made up in neat, dressy mixtures, also some very pretty Chiffon Taffeta Suits. On sala Satur day, at - - $1 495. $6.98 Wash Suits, at $4,95. Wash Suits of blue, brown or white Lin enett, made in a charming Prince Chap effect. Coat has long rolling revers with champagne facing; full skirt with folds around bottom. .. $6.98 value. At $4.95. town in the Shoe Section we are offering the Greatest Shoe Values of the Season. These prices form the climax of Mill End Shoe Selling. Children's White Canvas Oxfords, Sizes 8 to 11, Regular 50c value. At 2 9c pair Women's White Canvas Blucher Oxfords, Sizes 2 to 7. $1.25 value. At 69c a pair. Women's Sample Shoes and Oxfords, All leathers. $2.!0 and $3.00 values. At $1 .69 a pair. Men's W. L. Douglas Oxfords, All sizes. Worth $3.50. At $2.49 a pair. Women's White Canvas Gibson Oxfords, Ail sizes. Worth $1.50. 95c a pair. Women's Tan Pumps and Oxfords, All sizes. $2.50 value. At $1.95 a pair. Infants' Pink, Blue and White Canvas Shoes, v Worth 25c. At 19c a pair. Women's Vici Kid, Patent Leather and White Canvas Oxfords, $1.50 and $2 values. At 89c pair 2$ -4 uce A Desire to "Cfean-yp" leads to some Radical Reductions in the Men's Store. Important Hosiery Reductions. 25c Fancy Hose, 16c pair j 50c Fancy Hose, 27c pair s75c Fancy Hose, 42c pair Men's 25c Hose, 14c a pr.,2 prs., 25c Plain Seamless Hose in 6 handsome shades. At 14c a pair, 2 pairs for 25c. Men's Negligee Shirts, Cool, Soft JTA Formerly Collar Shirts. DUC$1 $1 .25 Made of fine Cheviots, in white, plain gray, blue and champagne. Some Suspender Bargains. Boys' 12ic Suspenders, 7c, Men's 19c Suspenders, 10c Men's 25c Suspenders, 16c Men's 12c Tan Hose, 9c a pair. Men's seamless, plain tan hoss, formerly 12Jc a pair. At 9c a pair, 3 prs. for 25c. Men's 50c Neckwear, Fancies end Rumthundas. 4 for $1.00. Men's 25c Neckwear, Alt good patterns. 18c 3 for 50c. Men's $1 Negligee Shirts, Both light and dark shades. 5C Men's 50c Underw.ear, Blue, Pink, Ecru end White Women's Collars, at 12 3c. , Wotaen's Collars neatly embroidered iiniadferge assortment of very pretty de- Jsijraa. Kegular Hoc value. Mill End itoftie rncd, izc eacn. Semi-fdade Weists, at !$1.00. SetcitMadeaists with rich Val. lace imsetfttoand-pretty Embroidery com- f?,wsmaSA, all very fine needlework. ,$L63'Value. At $1.00. 'Kerchiefs, at 6 for 1 0c. Plain white, linen finished 'Kerchiefs neatly hemstitched. Recrular 4c value. t Iu the great Mill End Sale, Saturday at 6 for 10c Swiss Embroideries, at 1 5c a yard. Dainty Swiss Embroideries and Edg ings, 8 to 10 inches wide. Insertions in 2 to 4 -inch widths. Regular 20c and 25c i values. Saturday at 15c a yard. Lace Reselling, at 12c a yard. Dainty Val. Lace Ruching also some very' jjretty,.chiffon niching in desirable b colors; 25c value. Saturday, l?c yard. tS?of Children's Under-Garments. Skirts, Gowns, Drawers, Regular Values are 59c and 75c. Children's Drawers, 23c. Children's Drawers of fine nain sook, flounca trimmed with pin tucks and hemstitched hem. Sizes 1 to 14 years. Special at 23c. Children's Hats, 29c. Very pretty wash hats of heavy corded materials, button crown and embroidery trimmed brims. Regular 59c value. Sale Price, 29c. Lawn Caps, 35c. Babies' Caps of dainty, sheer ma terials, prettily tucked and trimmed with lace and embroidery insertions, lace edges and ribbon trimmings 75c value. At 35c. Children's Dresses, 35c. Neat little Gingham Dresses in pretty blue and white checked pat terns; extra full skirts with wide hems, trimmed with fancy braid and buttons -50c value. At 35c. Walking Skirts, 98c. Women's Walking Skirts of good cambric; full tucked flounces edged with neat embroidery. Regular $1.25 value. Sale Price, 98c. Short Skirts, 47c. Women's Cambric Short Skirts- with extra wide, double umbrella flounces, neatly edged with embroidery regu lar 75c value. Sale Price, 47c. Brussels Rugs, $1.19. Brussells Rugs, size 27x45, woven in Oriental and Floral patterns; soft, rich colorings. Worth $1.75. Sale Price, $1.19. 25c Fishnet Laces, 1 7c Yd. Variety of pretty patterns in Fishnet Laces, suitable for long and sash curtains. Regular 25c value. Sale Price, 17c a yd. Tapestry Squares, 29c. Tapestry Squares, 27x27 inches -just the thing for chair seats or pil low tops. Regular 40c to 69c values. Sale Price, 29c. Absorbent Linen, at 1 5c. One lb. packages of Absorbent Lin en, warranted pure. Regular 25c value. At 15c. Scotch Plaids, at 7jc a yard. Scotch Plaids, 32 in. wide; suitable for Misses' and Children's Dresses. 12Jc value. At 7fcc a yard. Nearsilk Petticoats, at 39c. Black Petticoats, made of light weight nearsilk. Regular 59c value. At 39c each. 35c 3for$1.00. Women's Vesls, at 5 for 25c. Women's straight ribbed Cotton Vests, sleeveless and low neck, neatly finished; regular 10c value. Saturday, 5 for 25c. ChHdren's Hose, at 12c. Children's fine ribbed Cotton Hose in black, white and tan, spliced heels and toes. 19c and 25c values. Saturday at 12Jc a pair. Women's Hose, at 29c. Women's white gauze lisle hose; gar ter tops and spliced heels and toes; regu lar 39c value. Saturday at 29c. Shaped Vests, at 1 9c or 3 for 50c. Women's ribbed shaped vests; extra well made; short sleeves and low neck. Regular 25c value. At 19c, 3 for 60c. Empress Pants, 39c. Women's Ribbed Empress Pants.trim med with 3 inch lace, finished, with French band -50c value. At 39c each, 3 for $1.00. Gauze Hose, 25c. Women's Mercerized Gauze Hose with split sole and spliced heels and toes good value at 25c. Fine Silkolines, 9c a Yard. 50 pieces of best quality Silkolines in a large variety of good designs and artistic clorings. Regular 12Jc value. At 9c a yard. Ill End Sale Values in the "Under-Price" Section-Basement. American Prints, at 6c a yard. Best quality American Prints in gray and Indigo. Regular 8c value. At 6c a yard. W Jtt 3 (SHARTCNBRG & ROB5NSON CO. Owners): The Great m a m - l 1 Ms end Sale. Pumps, Ribbon Ties And Oxfords: Women's Russia Calf Pumps, Leather Bows, $2.79 Women's Gun Metal Gibson Ties, - - -a $2.79" Women's Fate at Colt Gibson Ties, - - $2.59 Women's Patent Colt Blucher Oxfords, - $2.79 The above four kinds are all regular $3.50 grades. All sizes, all widths $279. ONLY GOOD SHOES. : ' The New Haven Shoe Company 842 and 846 Chapel Street. CHOICE ROASTING CHICKENS AND CAPONS We can supply the trade with the very best Capon and Chickens ia the market Why ? Be cause they weref drawn when killed and thereby retain their delicious flavor. We also have, FRESH BROILERS, " DUCKLINGS, FOWL, squabs; TURKEYS) THE S. W. HURLBURT CO. 1074 CHAPEL STREET. In Branford Chnxche. The services to-mofrdw evening at Trinity church, Branford, will be In the form of a special praise service. The CALF CAUSED MUCH TROUBLE. Wagon Upset, Man Hurt and HttHtaa A great Busy. Willlmantic, July 28. John H. choir will be reinforced by Mr. and . Orlggg, of Pleasant Valley, Mansfield, Mrs. Leroy Bartholomew. Mr. George jwas ltl a mlxuPi Wednesday evening in Tester, -wno wun was jhuiiot nuu, Wnlcn na was slightly , hurt. Ha had constitute the B. T. W. quartet. The rector of the church, EV. G. W. Barhydt, is also the possessor of a fine tenor voice. The choir will there fore be very strong- and a beautiful service is assured. Program of service follows: Procession Hymn, 607 Magnificat, A Nunc Dimltls...., J. Christopher Marks Anthem, after second Collect, "O for the Wings of a Dove J. Stanley Knight Hymn 434...... Hymn 450 Solo at offertory, "The Day Is Done," Bartlett Leroy Bartholomew. Recessional Hymn 522 Dr. DevHt' Ptilptt. : The Rev. T. S. Devitt and family, were expected home last evening from a. vacation spent In Preble, N. Y., and Lakaycville, Va. Dr. Devitt will occupy his own pulpit Sunday morning. driven to Chestnut Hill, Mansfield, to get a cow and a calf. He 'put the calf in the wagon, hitched th mother cowi to the rear axle and started to drive home with his little daughter on tha seat beside him. When near Perkins Corners the calf jumped front 1 tha wagon and this 'frightened the cow so that in her excitement she upset tha wagon. Mr. Griggs and hs daughte were thrown out; he was slightly hurt, but the Irl escaped injury. The horse broke away from tha wagon and was caught and hitched by the roadside some distance away. The wagon was left in the road -and in the evening Mr. Woodworth of South Coventry drove into it and slightly damaged the wagon. The Humana society heard that a horse was aban. doned, and Thursday morning an agent went to Perkins's Corners and brought the horse to this city, where, later In the day, Mr. Griggs recovered hiif i property, t BACK TO JOURNALISM. Mrs. Rose Pastor Stokes to Give Ad vlf to Girls. New York, July 26.-Mrs. Rose Har riet Pastor Stokes, wife of J. G. Phelps TROLLEY AFFECTS RAILROAD. New Haven noad Contemplating Redac Ing Expenses ot Latter. Waterbury. July 26. Rumors are plenty that because of the opening of, the new trollpy road down the valley, and the corresponding decrease of pas senger traffic on the steam road, rhe railroad company Is contemplating ra-t Stokes, brother of Anson Phe.n. ?tckes. 1 ,?lne.WtrV at leS."?' jr. has decided to return g the field , ort of Journalism. She has signed a con- . upion cityi Xaugatuck, Beacon FalUj tract with the Vorwarts and in add!- and possibiy Seymour, are to be dropped non to wr:ting an article every wee. toTregu! on Socialism she will take charge of a .,,,ti 1 The lleacon rails siauun nas u! I Mrs. Stokes,' who started tn life as a closed as a f ciRar maker, educated herself and Went EtLc f.tr" have been discontinued. work. In this field she :5 n nwrator Post now handles! met Mr. Stokes whose ideas agreed tickets, b,W. mailed thuslnes With hers in .many ways as to the ,rontn0ef "e same renort says that th methods to be employed for the Wter- WCCk 0f the different ticket agents win nif nf ' o' the WortinjT peo " be '.Miter rter the pontemplatedV mem. o. ...v ie . vmr.in0 pci ri-t rhinei ao Into effect ns a number of? ' Stokes., has thousands of a Mirers on r',. va9tnr - nilMifllKfi i'""-- v... a ' vhe east side among tne worKing gins. line are to be discontinued.