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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1307.
NAL NOTES. Miss Mary White of this city who te a teacher in New York City and Mss Bertha ttlochfort, a teacher in New Haven schools, have returned from a ree weelts stay at Old Orchard Beach, Maine, and about 400 miles of trolley riding in Massachusetts and Maine. Miss Florence and ptta Hart of the clerical force of W. R. A. Co., having a vacation of a week, will visit their grandfather, Mr. Elias Hart of Litch field, father of late Reuben S. Hart of Clark street. -Miss A. C. Maher, teacher of physi cal culture at Miss Porter's school, Farmlngton, is attending the Tale summer school and is with Miss Kee non at 177 Orchard street, New Haven. Miss Beatrice Rriednian of 1590 Madi son avenue, New York, is spending her vacation at the home of Miss Mildred Batner of 241 Cedar street. She Is be - -, ing entertained by the members of the ' "Jolly Five," who are the Misses M!I . dred Ratner, Anna and Frances "Web ber, Irene Goodrich and Ada Barats. Joseph Sizer and Miss Mary Norton were married Wednesday ' morning at , . 8 o'clock at St. Mary's Star of the Sea church, New London, by Rev. T. P. Joynt. James . Gomes was best man and Miss Julia Norton, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Mrs. Linus Sprague and son Merle of New Haven are spending the week with thier cousin, Mrs. A. B. lAeker man on Farmlngton avenue, Forest ville. Rev. R. H. White of Boston is spend- ing the remainder of the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. White, at Honeysuckle cottage, Thimble Islands. Miss Leola Lucy, of New Haven, is the guest of Miss Loretta Scolllns, of 12 Comstock street, Danbury. Misis Edna Stevens of Main street, West Haven, is visiting Mrs. Walkley of Madison. Mrs. Sarah Clarke of New Haven is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Clarke, in Terryville. : 'Mrs. B. P. 'Randall is a guest of Mrs. Julia E. Ells, in Terryville. . Mr. and Mrs. A. H. XDviatt of How ard avenue are the guests this week of theirson, Mr. E. C. Avlatt, of Hack ensack, N. J. Mr. and Mrs.! Maurice Qulnlan and E. J. Fitzpatrlck of Bristol, are enter taining as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald of New Haven and Miss ICapper of New York City. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fisher and son Henry Earle are visiting Mrs. Fisher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Boehm of Lamson street. The many friends of Mrs. H. C. Carpenter, of Derby avenue, Seymour, will be pleased to learn that she has . returned from Dr. Cheney's sanitarium in New Haven, where she has been under treatment for the past two weeks, much improved, although still in a very weak condition. f Mr. Milton Loeb of New Jersey is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loeb 5f-St. John street. ' A party composed of twenty-one young men from Ansonla, under . the directorship of James J. Flood, of the Hotel ' Dayton, are enjoying a few weeks' outing camping out at Meadows End. They have pitched their tent near where the old hermit lives and 1 have as chef Charles Wells, who is an artist in his line. So enjoyable has ' ' the, life been to the Ansonians that ' they are arranging to remain for sev- ' eral days longer than they at first planned to stay. Some of them are en gaged at work in Ansonia daily, com muting between the two places, and spending the bights in camp. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Marshall of West Haven have gone to Klsklskink, Cana da, for a two weeks' outing. : The family of the late General Charles P. Graham of Middletown have given to Adjutant General George M. Cole a very fine portrait of General Graham to be hung in the adjutant general's office. The portrait has been iiuns on the south wall. It is In a very heavy gold frame and represents ihp general In his uniform. General Gra ham was brigadier general from 1886 to V891 and adjutant general in 1895 and 1896. The late General Graham . was a brother of Mrs. Charles P. Bart lett of State street, near Olive street, this city. Mrs. J. T. Adams of Whalley'avenue i is spending two weeks in Swansea, N. II. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Coe of West Ha ven are entertaining Mrs. Abbott of Brooklyn, Mr. and Mrs. Abbott of Middlebury, Mrs. J. A. Coe of Brook lyn and Mrs. B. L. Coe of Waterbury. Mr. and Mrs. .Sydney C. Smyth of Glenolden, Pa., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Felton Wood of West Ha ven. - Miss Alice Reynolds of West Haven, who has been spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Humphrey Drum mond in Montreal, Canada, has re turned to her home on Main street. Miss Ella Emmons of Waterbury is the guest of , her cousin, Mrs. C. A. Bailey of Campbell avenue. Later Miss Emmons will go to Philadelphia' and Atlantic City to visit with relatives, Miss Fannie Atwood of 557 Win throp avenue has returned from a ten days' trip with friends through Massa chusetts, visiting Worcester.Northamp ton, Deerfield, Greenfield, Williams burg and other places of interest. Miss Atwood has traveled over 300 miles by trolley and reports a delightful trip. Miss Minnie Hubbard of West Ha ven entertained her Sunday school class at her home in Woodmont Thursday. The young ladies who en joyed the afternoon were the Misses Beulah Bdlcher, Bessie Warner, Dor ondo Jackson. Marguirate Keller, El sie Kraues, Eleanor Lettney, Florence Hubbard and Jennie Crosby. Rev. Mr. Lent, who resigned the pastorate of the Baptist church in South Windsor, to take effect Septem ber 1 has at the urgent request of his ' people withdrawn his resignation and will stay in South Windsor. Stanley Stiles, Harry Grannis and Norris Osborn of West Haven are spending the week at "Long Star" camp. Thursday Miss Harriet Os- born ana miss 1 guests. 1 Jin, Elizabeth. Bishop and Miss 1 Be Cheerful Worry and gloomy thoughts wear on the nerves and injure the digestion. ' When you feel blue, try'to look on the bright side of things, cultivate health-thoughts and correct the sys-' tern by taking Sold everywhere. Inboxesl0c.and25c. Taylor of this city, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edson S. Bish op of Brown street.Bloomfleld, for sev eral days, were expected to return to New Haven yesterday. Mr. ,and Mrs. E. P. Grant of Win throp avenue spent the week end with Mr. arfd Mrs. A. K. Kendrick of Fort Trumbull Beach. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Simonds. of Hart ford are summering at Cosey Beach. The family of James Freney of Ash ley street, Hartford, are spending the summer at Cosey Beach. Rev. J. Luther Sleber, pastor of the First English Lutheran church, who has been living in Howe street, has taken a suite of rooms at the Y. M. C. A. bulMlng in Temple street. F. E. Cross, of Waterbury, is spend ing a vacation at the cottage of Harry Dodge at Indian Neck. Charles Walder and sister, Miss Lena Walder, of New York, are spending a week with the Misses Rose and Sadie Lucas, of 29 Hallock ave nue. Harvey F. Howe, of this city, is vis iting in Bristol for a week. Mr. Howe was formerly advertising manager of the Bristol opera house program. At present he is connected with the printing concern of Price, Lee & Ad kins, of this city. Mrs. William Maley and son Har old, of 809 State street, have returned to their home after a week's visit with Mrs. J. H. Daskham, of Bridge port. Misses Clara and Louise Spring, of Winsted, came to New Haven Wed nesday, where they will enjoy a vaca tion of one week. Miss Irene Gartland, of New York, is the guest of Mrs. Doody, of 812 State street F. H. Olmstead, the manager of the Yale 'varsity nine for next year, has been the guest of E. H. Coy in Litch field. The Misses Elizabeth and Rose Kreuter, of Hartford, are spending their vacations with Miss B. Kaiser, of 198 Mansfield street. Miss Lillian Brown and Mrs. Wealthy M. Brown, of this city, are visiting friends in Amherst. On Saturday of next week the first pay entertainment of the season will be given at the Litchfield clubhouse. It will be Mrs. Jarlcy's wax works and promises to be exceptionally fine. Miss Bailey, of this city, who is in charge, has had much experience and great success in this line, and makes an imltablo Mrs. Jarley. Miss Mae G. Keyes, of this city, has returned from a two weeks' visit with Mrs. E. A. Jacobs, of Wakelee avenue, Ansonia. Miss Keyes leaves for New York to-morrow to start rehearsals In "The Grand Mogul" company, un der the management of Klaw & Er langer. Her sister, Miss Nan Keyes, Is now playing with George M. Cohan in his latest success, "TheHoney rnooners." She has been engaged for "George Washington, jr.," for the coming season. ' Chester Ewlng, one of the popular clerks at the local postofflce, on duty at the north stamp window, has re turned from a vacation of eighteen days in Woodstock. A successful operation was per formed on James Hunt at Dr.' Adams' West Haven sanitarium Tuesday by Dr. Carleton, assisted by Drs. M. J. Adams and C. V. Webb. Miss Florence Breltenstein, of this city, who has been visiting Miss Anna Kettlehut, of Twlss street, Meriden, for about three weeks, returned home Wednesday evening. ' John Butler, of New Haven, Is the guest of the Misses Catherine and An nie Butler, of Cherry street, Water bury. Miss B. Kaiser, of 198 Mansfield street, has returned home after pass ing several weeks of her vacation in Hartford 1 Among the autoists registered at the Elton in Waterbury Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Bradley, of West Haven, and Mrs. and Mrs. S. L. Squler, of New Haven, en route to Litchfield, and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dow, of New Haven. Mrs. John Jordan, of Hartford, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. John Grady, of Columbus avenue. Mrs. Philopena Wright, of South Main street, Waterbury. is spending a week's vacation visiting with friends in New Haven. Edna Estelle Hall, of 57 Grove street, this city, who has been study ing music with Burmeister in Cassel, Germany, will open a piano class in Wallingford the first part .of October. hen Feet are Tired and Sore Bathe them with Glenn's Sulphur Soap and luke warm water, just before retiring. The relief is immediate, grateful and comforting. Sold by drug gists. Always ask for Glenn's , Sulphur Soap Illll't flair nnd Whisker Dye mack or llrown, 500. All Year Round Cruises Between New York and New Orleans uo Southern Pacific PASSENGER STEAMSHIPS. Weekly service from each port. SPEED COMFOHT SAFETY, lonneettng at New Orleans with Kali Lines for all Points In Louisiana, Texan, Sen and Old Mexico i Arizona, California. - I Inquire ! 170 Washington St., Boston, Mass. sasaraaw.. ,r.i.aSrLiXL. :,'w... NEW HAVEN'S MOST RELIABLE DEP'T STORE J i A Mid-Summer Sale of vWhite Skirts Long and Short' Petticoats. r. ' T'S our Second Annual Mid-summer Sale of ton? and Short Fetticoats pretty ones and made by the now "famous 'Chic' people, at tve C'eanest, Airiest, Sunniest, most Hyeierrc fac tory in the country. Of course the sale PRICES are AWAY BELOW those the Skirts were made to sell for else there' d oe no object in inviting you to brv Skirts in quantities as hundreds di l in a similar sale last year. (EXTRA LARGE PETTICOATS a FEATURE in the sale and the consumer's League mark is on each garment. ; , Wh;n a gatnnit bears the Consumer's Liague Mirk you need cot hesitate to vrar it fresh from the factory nsxt your body. 1 "Sweat shop" Underweir on the other hane Is i menace to the skin and dainty women would shun it if they knew Every skirt fs priced a Third and More Under its real worth. Sale starts Saturday Long Skirts AT $1.00These are $1.60 ana $1.75 Skirts. Fully 20 styles are . here. There's a deep hemstitched tucked flounce for Walking Skirts; another with deep blind embroidery and hem stitched tucks; another with Ave rows of torchon lace Insertion and seventeen other charming styles. On sale on a special rack Saturday morning. Look for the $1 ticket. Extra Elg Skirts at $1. AT $1.23 Six styles among these Skirts that are worth $1.75. One has a knee deep flcmnea with hemstitched tucks and lace insertion. AT $1.50 A group of lovely $3 Skirts In fully half a dozen styles, lace and embroidery trimmed. Extra Big Skirls for the large folks.boih long and short, From $1 to $2.50 OTHER LONG WHITE SKIRTS IN THE SALE $3.00 White Skirts $3.25 White Skirts, $2.00- $2.25 $3.98 Wh;te. Skirts -$2.50- $5.00 Whits Skirts -$3.08- Short Skirts AT 29cts Made of good Cambric with a tucked flounce. AT 59cts A ' dozen or fifteen pretty styles, lace and embroidery trimmed A few long Skirts among these at at 59cts. or with plain tucked flounce. All have cambric top and sheer lawn flounces. Extra Large Skirts at 69cts. AT 75cts Three styles, embroidery trimmed and plain tucked flounce. AT 98cta This is the strongest item in the sale, these fine Short Skirts at 98cts. There are Extra Big Skirts among those at 98cts. They're worth $1.25 and $1.39. Other Short Skirts at $1.25, $1.39, $i.75 to $J.50. Children's Skirts AT 21cts Two styles, both Cam bric top with deep tucked flounce. 1 to 10 years. AT 49cts -Cambric top ' with deep embroidery flounce. Two other styles, one with torchon lace insertion. 1 to 14 years, All Eyes On Dress Goods and Silks Saturday We've put such prices on these Dress Goods and Silks as will make them go like a whirlwind. It'j the last clearance sale of the year and it MUST go. : Note the price news you've had none such quoted to you this year. Only new, this-season's materials in this sale for Saturday ,500 Yards of $1' and 51.25 Novelty Mohair and Taffeta Cloth, the most stylish of the season's color effects and fa brics. 49cts a Yard 700 Yards of 39ct nd 50ct Checks, Overplalds, Mixtures black and white broken Plaids and the like. 25cts a Yard A lot of 75ct Brown Rough Pongee Silk- 39cts a Yard Dress Goods Remnants at Half Price " ' ALL sorts of Wool Dress Stuffs from to 3, y a r d lengths; Plaids, Checks, Oveip'.aids and solid colors. Do your own figuring, any piece for HALF the MARKED PRICE. For example like this; Whrri a Remnant is marked 5Ccts pay the salesman 25ct Where a Remnant is marked $1.00 pay the salesman 50cts ON A SPECIAL TABLE, WEST ST03E ' 1030 Yards of 59ct Satin Foulard in polka dot effect and figure?, this season's, most popular silks, 29cs a Yard A small lot of 69ct Fancy TsffetJS, Checks and Stripes, i 3i?cts a Yard Several hundred yards o?N Urge polka dotted Satin Fob lard, very smart color effects 79ct Foulards, 43cts a Yard WE'RE IN THE MIDDLE OF A Very Busy Mid-Summer Sale of BLANKETS Sample Blankets In The Sale Only a small lot more of those one-of-a-kind-lot of Sample Blan kets that went so ' fast on the first day of the sale. Prices from $3.50 to $8.98 v"i,u"'",y;j."t "ui.'.'.'.'.'in .i ii'.'.w.'.t.vj; ' f v Ami IV J .Y H try ' ' . ti-JfJW... ...... mvxx. rrrr:iMv . TIL f rri i .. rmin """'TmTrnTTTrrii Manicure Sets lb.-! "Bon Ton" Manicure Set containing nail enamel, cake of pumice, orangewood stick, eme ry boards and buffer, packed in a convenient little box for carry ing in your grip on your vacation regularly 25c, for 17cts Post Card Books Fost Card Albums, holds 204 cards, extra heavy grey paper leaves, c'oth cushion bonnd. An extra strong domestic Al bum, regular'y 69c, for 47c Doll Outfits Small lot of Dennison's Crepe and Tissue Paper Doll Outfits to amuse the children, regularly sold at 25cts, for IScts :yV.jllP Tooth Powder Wilbert's Antiieptic Tooth Powder, put up in patent nickle can. high-grade Powder, regu'ar ly 15cts. Saturday 8cts Toilet Powder 8cts Violet Talcum Powder, in pd sprinkler jars, a high-class make, regularly 15cts "It's tx.e selling that proves your values" says an. old successful merchant. Among our biggest customers at the first day of this big Mid-summer Blanket Sale , were some boarding house keepers and hotel men, some of them from near by towns. One man who said he'd been buyin? Blankets for more thaa a quarter of a century and who declared he knew Blanket-values as well as our buyer, bought hea vily of the White California Wool Blankets at $4.50, $4.75 and $4.98 the Pair.. These Blankets are Y and 4 wool. tHot in the race for popularity too, are the W h i t e Wool Blankets at $3.73 Yet mny are buying the Fine White Cotton Extra Heavy Blankets at $2.39, $2.75 and $3.25 You'd never believe that they weren't ALL wool, these fluffy handsomely bordered Blankets, some of them with wide mohair binding. We're Storing Lots of Blankets for those who are at their summer home and for thoie who don't want their Blankets sent home now. . Stock Pin Sets 5ct3 A lot of Plain and Carved Pearl Stock and Waist Sets, were 10c to 29c Clearance of Men's Underwear . Men's Balbriegan Shirts with Frtnch neck and ribbed skirts, and because there are shirts only 50c grade (with tiny mill spots) For 29cts Each Extraordinary Shirt Values Saturday ' A clearance sale of a broken lot of Colored Neg'ige Shirts, in nearly, every size, with pleated and plain bosoms, $1.50 and $1.98 Shirts to go at 88cts French Flannel Shtrfs And a lot of French Flanned Shirts, with and without collars, the finest $2.50 Shirts for $1.50 Neglige Shirts $1.50 And white plaided and barred linen mixed Neglige Shirts with coft collars, $2,50 Shirts, an end lot, to go for $1.50 Each Neglige Skirts 50c - A fresh lot of those splendid white pleeted and tucked front Neglige Shirts are here to sell At 50cts Each White Belts at 7cts A lot of Whit: Wash Belts, embr'd, tai lor and tucked hwn, all sizes 24 to 30 In Makers of QUEEN QUALITY Oxfords get the pick of the leathers of the world because the use more than any other makers, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 a Pair. "IIP NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. CITY ENGINEER'S OFFICE. No. 17 City Hall. c , fw Haven, Conn., Aug. 6, 1907, ,?? PrPsals will be receives f jms office until 11 a. m. August 19. 190 ior constructing a crushed stone pav. stre t i Carllsle street, from Liber! Vnm r ?u!l"lc Pavement In State streri i"" ""m avenue to Mill river, ana t ,m pave"ent in Oak street, fro m " " lu ruaa street. I formatf 8 of PrPsal. and any lij i, '-""wining pians, specinc; ll .rn etc"' wU1 be furnished ud NJ Proposal will be received aft I . . lr L:,lel' ana a11 proposals n iiie.,bIariks finished or not prope ly filled out will be rejected. ine right to reject any or all bids reserved. By orderof the commission on Pe manenf pavements. ,7 ,t C. W. KELLY, , Al 6Z - Engine-, COMMITTEE OJT PTTHT.Tn i.inTrravil The Committee on Public Lighting cf "' ;" '"ermen will meet 1 iwwu.a iu-ij., luy nan, xuesaay, Aur ust 13, 1907, Bt 8 o'clock p. m., for th consideration of the following matter: Petition (if Tiirvinci T T- .. - .... for an electric arc light corner of Mn pie and Brownell streets. jreiuion oi unnstopner y, Casey, ( - Wnu Of Warren place and Ridge street," reutiuu uj. ivna. ji.uwiiru X KailSbUr' v... mo., ,ui a. tjtia la.,,,,, vu w im sxree north side between Orange and Churc jiue ana iimgnsn sireet. retiaon or ueorge A. Jfemlster, e als., for a gas lamp on Hazel stree All persons interested In the foregcl ins arc Jiereuy nuunea la oe presen and be heard theron withnnt furtVi. notice. Per order ' . DAVID L. DAVIS. Chairman. Attest: , CHARLES J, PLATT, AlOt : Clerk. fLxnxitUx's mtxUz iT.Vc ' f,?'uiu :23, S:00. 8 20 8-4.1 12 :-0fim ?h 10.i,0A 10:30 Ji'll M'a. ml tlh-J2:-2: !1:26. 1:28; 2:10. 2:2fl STi 4nF'.4i4 ?fc a. m, xl2:0( I'iV.II. 2:10, 3:64. :SS. B:i( 9 20 n m U' 7:JB' '7:54 II8:S0 '9:1(1 l-onrr,nshI?ft"rn T'7 Hnrtem BtrnJ i 12:05 nlsnt' da"y- J n r-J, '119:38, 11: . aaK.rjt.uu, K, C, COLBY. ,n- siPt., Asst. Gen. Pass. Art. NewHavenLihd FOB S YORK. THE FARES REDUCED TBc TO NEW YOrJ liXl URSIOX TICKETS $1.25. STEAMER RICHARD PECK. 0ii,. Z "ov,!" i-ieave Bene Doc" dav,y,4e?,?e,?ti4on3ays' 1 " m- alsoSunT p'iS2mNfiWr.Y'ork Leav P'er 20, EaJ River, foot Peck Slip, week days 2:4! s S22aI L80. ? 5- 1 East 22 m rtn hot" Zi"- "naays 10 if York about five hours. Tickets an GEORGE C. Black, Agent, New Haver! ZZZzi ' Fass- Agent' N. Y. Starln'a N.Y.&N.H.LW DAiLi KXCUPT SATURDAY. t I'ASSIiNiGHH AWU FHKIGUT SKHVICf Leaves Wsw Haven :00 p. m. star'f Pier, foot of Brown Street ' Sie Jor?. "iS" i'- "Sr- Cortland Btreel 1 fitreet car to Brewery atreet v. m. ri.iMRR, Aurenf own MimvKmt vni THE RECREATION TOURS. JAMESTOWN EXPOSITIOBT, ?S4.00, Six Day Trips Aug. 12, 26) Sept. 2, M auj uct. xi, aa. Coney Island and Manhattan. Beach-! Every. Thursday night by Steameff Niagara Falls over Saturday, $2R.0vl leaving Friday, August 80. Returning Tuesday, Sept. 3. Accommodations International hotel. I For descriptive circulars call 'on The Recreation Tourist Compan! , 185 Oransre St., New Haven, Conn. Flontauk Steamboat Co.'s Linl Between New London and Qreencora Shelter Island and Sag Harbor, Long It iana. . p Steamer "Nantasket" leaves New Loni don, week days, 10:00 a. m., 4:10 p. mi Leaves Sag Harbor 6:00 a. m., 12:80 p.tt' FRENCH LINE. ComDosule Generate Trannntlnntinn, Direct Line to HAVRE PARIS, Franc From Pier 42, North River, New York. La Bretagne ....'... .Aug. '( La rrovence , Aug. V La Touralne Aug. La Lorraine Sept. r La Savole Sept. f La Provence Sept. 1 Twin-screw steamers. ' ! Extra departure, La Gascogne, Sep, 14, a p. m. Apply to French Line. 19 State St. N. or Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church S uishop & co., 183 orange st Parish & Co.. 88 Orange St "oVW-AHEnlC LINE jQI10rrBDM.vlaB0tJlOCNB I Sniiiica Vednt8tlvsas tier sailing list MAmMam. Aug. 14. Sent. 18 Oct Stat'dam, Aug. 21, Sept. 25. Oct 8a . Noordam Aug. 28, Oct. 2 Nov. Ryndam, Sept. 4 Oct 9 Non 1 Potsdam, Sept 11 Oot. 16. Nov. ' Freight and passenger agencn I Broad wpy. N. Y.: or any local agents. jQmhurg-Americam Twin Screw Passenger Servic PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURG-HAMBURt Bluecher Aug.. 15 I 'Deutschl'd Aug ) Penn Aug. 17; J Pretoria ..Aug. i Amerika Aug. 22i I .KaJsertn ..Sept. Among special features of these vei sels are: Grill, Room, Gymnaslntj Palm Garden, Kitz-uamon Kestaura Elevators, Electric Baths. TOURIST BUREAU. R. R, Tickets, hotel accommodation; v id general information about forelt travel. J Traveler's Checks, good all over t world. it HAMBURG-AMERICA W I.IJTE, f 85-3 Broadway, N. Y. Bweezey & Kelcey, 102 Church St, 1 Zunder & Son, 249 State St.; J. H. Pat Ish & Co.,, 8$ Orange street; Bishop , Co. 1P5 Orange Bt.; H. Bussman, Orange 8t f