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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1907.
asfopij(p- Crochet Quilts 98g. An unusual bargain In full size Crochet Quilts at 98 c will be found at the Domestic department; assorted patterns, made to sell for $1.25, special this week 98c. Bath Towels lie An excellent Bath Towel made of Home spun Linen, thoroughly absorbent, a most Invigorating towel to use after a morning bath, value 15c each, special 11c. Domestic and Linen Dept., Left Aisle. FAIR HAVEN HAPPENINGS ONE NIGHT OF ALL NIGHTS Repairs on Streets Progressing Thaddeus Shook Dead Rev. Mr. Tullar on Vacation. Poplar street, near Grand avenue, has been top dressed with cindera which will improve the roadway, and Houston street has been top dressed with gravel and loam. This attention will considerably improve these streets. Men were engaged yesterday in scrap ing the surface of East Pearl street and giving it a clean-up. The paving commission is not Intending to im prove Ferry street this year, but next year sure. This important thorough fare should receive a new pavement. The contrast between this roadway and the brick pavements in Grand avenue and East Chapel street, which streets cross Ferry, Is quite marked. Fair Haven streets deserve more at tention, especially the roadways of the shorter residential streets, for which but little Is done. Certainly these roadways should be hardened as soon as possible. "... WALLINGFORD NEWS ftbraham Greenburg Thrown from His Peddlar Wagon Auto mobiles Collide on Walnut Grove Hill. Special Journal-Courier News Service.) Walllngford, Aug. 12. While cross- hg the electric car tracks on Qulnnl- iao street, near the railroad station, his afternoon a peddler's wagon be- fniglng to Abraham Greenburg of lartford was overturned and Mr. i'rrvfnburg was thrown headlong out the vehicle. Nothing serious re- ulted from the accident, Mr. Green- urg ' receiving only a sllglit bruise on he forehead. Daniel L. Barber's new Ford run bout was rather ..badly smashed Sun- ay evening in a head-on collision n Walnut Grove hill. Both axles were Ant and the strutrods were torn way. The other auto belonging to IVllllara Zerfass of Meridon, although eavier, suffered more. Mr. Barber ad had his Ford machine only a short me and it was practically new. His her aoto was badly damaged In a re and iiqw his second one has teen stroved In a collision. F. C. Slate left to-day for a stay at Agawam, Mass. Journal and Courier's 'phone, 105-4, There has been a drop of five Inches In the water at the gate house, Paugh pond, since last Monday, It now reg isters 55 1-2 Inches. The board of governors of the country club will hold a meeting at the residence of C. H. Hibbitt's at 8:30 o'clock to-morrow evening. Thaddeus Shook, at the age of 68 yaars, died yesterday at his home, 71 Houston street, where the funeral will take place to-morrow at 2 p. m. Rev. George A. Alcott of Grace church will officiate and interment will be In Ever green cemetery. Mr. Shook had been In feeble health for several months. He was a silver plater by trade, but had not been able to work for several years. He was a native of Pough- keepsle, N. Y., but had resided here many years. He leaves a widow and two children, Frank N. Shook and Mies Jessie Shook. Rev. E. C. Tullar left yesterday for his vacation, which will be spent In Jackson, Mich. This is his first 'vaca tion in four years. His pulpit East Pearl Street Methodist will be sup plied for the next two Sundays by Rev. A. J. Smith, formerly pastor of St. Andrew's church. that he has enjoyed the Northfleld as sembly meetings very muctt, which are unusually interesting this summer. John J. Foley of 363 Grand ave nue has returned from Saratoga. W. F. Hussion of Poplar street Is home from Liberty, N. Y. Members of the Ladies' of the Gold en Eagle, will hold a whist at the home of Mrs. Murray, 210 Front street to-day at 2:30 p. m. ; Mr. and Mrs. L. Allen of Perkins street have gone to Ocean Grove. The Misses Anna and Agnes Webber and Mary Beauton have gone to East Hampton for a two weeks' stay. The service at the 10:30 o'clock1 sol emn high mass at St. Francis church, Sunday, was of more than ordinary In terest and a large congregation' as sembled, as three Fair Haven young men, recently returned from their theo logical sturles abroad, were present and officiating. These young priests were Rev. P. J. Mooney, who was the celebrant; R'ev. J. A, Sullivan and Rev. D. A. O'Brien. The Rev. Father Mc Keon, of this city, who wlso has just returned from Europe, was master of ceremonies. In the sanctuary were al so Rev. Fathers Kennedy, Baker and Cain. The sermon was delivered by Rev. Father Sheehan. Rev. George A. Alcott and family left yesterday for Fort Trumbull beach. Mr. Alcott will return each Sunday In August to preaoh as usual at Grace church. . Rev. J. J. Blair will officiate at the funeral of Miss Alice C. Hall to-morrow afternoon. es The horse attached to an Adams Ex- ess team became frightened by a assing train this mornln,g and dashed iround the square in front of the epot. Half way around It struck an :ro light which Lineman Pierce of the orough Electric works was trimming, emolished this and then cut oft close the ground a telephone pole near alley's saloon. The horse was then aught. No damage to either the horse wagon. Mrs. Eunice Hopler of Springfield, Ilass., is the guest of Mrs. John S, arker of North Whittlesey avenue. The funeral of Timothy S. Derrln, ho was found dead In the W. A. es Mfg. Co. building Sunday, will like place from his late home at 112 orth Cherry street at 9 o'clock to jicrrow morning. IN SOCIETY John W. Kessel, manager at Ezra Healy's pharmacy, has returned after a week's stay at Great Barrlngton. He was accompanied by his family. The many friends of Joseph Kent, were sorry to learn of his death, which took place early yesterday morning at his 'home In Branford. at the age of thirty years. Mr, Kent removed with his wife and Child, to Branford several months ago, but had resided here until 1 illicit. XLrj v tio a. duii ui .ui, uiiu iira. (Patrick Kent of Blatchley avenue and waa the last of five children. IJe re turned) from the Adirbnidacks where he went for his health and reached his home last Friday. Young Kent was for merly connected with the National Wire corporation and .was In the wire business in Branford of late. For sev eral years he was a clerk In the tax office. His funeral will be attended to morrow at Branford, A PANDEMONIUM GLORY Achievement That Will Eclipse the Very Acme of Whole-. some Revelry. While the fire alarm system was be- ig tested this afternoon quite a crowd f people collected, thinking there was flre. To show his appreciation of the val- able services which the Wallingford re department rendered In saving his torehouse from destruction," C. N. ones has made a present of a box of lgars to be distributed to the firemen. To-morrow evening the Young Peo- le'a society of the First Baptist lurch will give a festival on the jiwn fronting the church beginning at o'clock. Ice cream and cake will be h sale. Joseph Bannock was In the borough iurt before Judge Phelps this morn g, charged with being Intoxicated. he case was disposed of by Bannock laying the costs, amounting to $7.88., To-morrow morning at 9:30 o'clock e nineteenth annual convention of e state grand lodge. Sons of St. leorge, will open in Judd's hall. At 30 they will have dinner at the arlborough and In the evening a hioker will be held in the lodge foms. Miss Violet A. Hoffman, a graduate the New England Conservatory of uslc, will start a piano class at her me on North Whittlesey avenue ptember 1. Miss Hoffman Is a tal- ted young musician and is sure to cet with great success. .vwuvwvwwM" The wedding of Miss Anna O. Judson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Judsoni of Whitney avenue, and Mr. John stone D. Veltch of Waterbury, will take place at the bride's home, on August 21, at 10 o'olock In the forenoon. The wedding will be a very quiet one, only a few intimate friends being Invited, and Mr. Veltch and his bride will go for a short honeymoon trip. Mr. Veltch is manager of the office of the Southern New England Telephone company In Waterbury, and has taken a house In Watertown, where they will be at home in the eatfy autumn. Lawton Sargent of Humphrey street, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Sar gent, who has been spending his vaca tion with some Andover classmates in Salt Lake City, has returned to New Haven after a short visit to Watch Hill awl Madison, since his return from the west. Dr. Stephen J. . Maher of Orange street, Balls for Europe Wednesday, on the Adriatic of the White Star line, After a short trip on the Continent, Or, Maher will attend the Tuberculosis convention tat Vienna, as Is his custom each year. 1 ; Mrs. Theodore B. Blakeslee, Miss Vera Blakeslee and Miss Irene Parker have gone to Bethlehem, Conn., for the remainder of August. They are guests at the Fair View hotel, Among New Haveners who have re cently returned from Bethlehem, Conn., are Mrs. B. A. Booth, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker, Mr. and- Mrs. A. W. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. White, and Miss May Lum. 1 Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Gaylord left town yesterday for Eagle Bay, New York, They will be away during the remaint der of August and part of September. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Smith of Edgewnod avenue, are spending their vacation In Bethlehem, Conn., where many New Haven people have been spending the summer. Midshipman F. Hamilton Roberts, U. S. N., who has Just left the ship Min nesota and Is spending a few days In New Haven, goes to Newport, R. I., In. to torpedo service. Harry Powell and family of Port land, .Conn., who has visited Charles O. Francis and family of Grand ave- fnue, returned yesterday and then left for Clinton, where the remainder of their outing w(ll be spent. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chlpman, who have been stopping at Morris Cove, also visiting relatives here, where they formerly resided, returned to Wor cester yesterday. They were accom panied by Miss Elsie Buckingham of East Pearl street, who will visit them for several days. William Lowe of Exchange street, who has been suffering from the ef fects of an Injured hand, Is better, but Is not ret able to return to his em ployment. Rev. Charles C. Smith of Clinton avenue, who has been stopping two weeks at Northfleld, left yesterday for his former home in Toronto, where he will complete his vacation. He writes Rev. and Mrs. D. J. Clark of East Haven, left yesterday for- Bantam Lake for a two weeks' vacation. Miss Bessie M. Hanson has returned from East Hartford. Her cousin, Miss Lillian 'Edgerly, accompanied her. After several weeks employed In freighting shells to the oyster beds in the Sound, Schooner Sayden has sail ed for her home port on Long Island. The continued hot d'ayS have had thelf effeot upon the water In the riv ers and on the beaches, which is now at a very comfortable temperature for bathing. There were a great many bathers enjoying swimming and bath ing in ithe rivers, yesterday. Mrs. Stephen Leary of pine street, en tertained a mimber or friends at a Tawn party given at her home, Friday evening, at which a fine collation was served. The grounds looked very pret ty under the light of Japanese lanterns. Rome Is the mother of dead empires, but the White City is the mother of living worlds of amusements. Under the creative genius of Manager Speck new, great and imaginative forms of amusement spring Into reality every week. His latest gigantic novelty is "Pan demonium Night" to-morrow evening, which will achieve the very acme of glorious revelry in a colossal confu sion of continuous wholesome enter tainment. One of the first rules governing the great fete will be the positive exclu sion from the park of every person not wearing a smile. "Pandemonium Night" Is meant for a great popular festival novelty. Eva erybody attending will be given some Instrument of pleasurable noise and everybody is cordially invited to bring along any instrument calculated to create a pandemonium, the only thlngB barred being firearms which will not be allowed under any circumstances. Manager fpeck 'will himself furnish 1,000,000 safety firecrackers for the powder end of the entertainment. The event alrenrtv 15 the talk of thousands and! it will be side-splitting to see and hear some of the noise in struments. At the gate every person will receive a pretty red, white and blue tin horn, or a large whistle, auto mobile alarm, screechers, thunder -Saps, trolley gongs, Jews-harps, Co- maixhe yplls, Tammany air perfora tors, frpg bassoons, drums, Roosevelt delights, Bryan Nebraska tornadoes and a hundred other different harmony producers. A feature will be the brigade of Itln erant organ grinders, each playing out of unison the latest popular airs, such as "Budwetser," "Love Me and the World is Mine," "Honey Boy," "When You Know You're Not Forgotten by the Girl You Can't Forget," "Some where," "Because I'm Married Now," "No Wedding Bells for Me," etc. Probably as funy a thing aB can be Imagined will be the noise emitted by the Second regiment hand, every mem ber of which will change Instruments, playing the one he knows the least about, A beautiful sight will he the confetti battles. Five tons of confetti and Streamers will be distributed. The young ladies and gentlemen will be formed Into opposing armies and 'the battles will proceed until one or the other side give- way. In the great celebration which at times promises to reach a fever heat of excitement Manager Speck makes one simple' request let every one be careful, calm, delighted and good hearted. : The three great free outdoor acts will be given as usual, Robbie De Cas tro, the wonderful boy wlrewalker, will walk a wire strung from' the tow er to the top of the chutes; H. L. Walte, the cylinder cycle wonder, will do his remarknlily perilous act and Johny Mack will do the night balloon ascension by searchlight. Still another fine feature for Wed nesday will be the auxiliary baby show when Manager Speck will give away six handsome prizes to the winning babies. The prizes will be handsome sofa pillows and the pictures of the winning cherubs will be worked upon them. Scotch Whiskies. Bott BUCHANNAN'S BLACK & WHITE, $1.20 BUCHANNAN'S 25 year o'.d liqueur, 3.00 Crawford, Q, 1.38 Clan Roy. .90 Dewar's. Special 1.05 Haig&Haig,i.7o Heather Dew, Imp'l quart jugs, 1.70 Heather Dew, Imp'l pint jugs, 1.20 King Wliliam, V. O. P.. 1.60 King Edward, 1.25 Long & Short, 1.20 Mather. John & SON, extra qual ity, 1,20 Pibroch, 1-65 Ramsay, John, 1.25 Roderick Dhu. m5 ,.The Antiquary." J.&W.Hardie, 1.50 Usher's Glen li vet, gold cap, 1.05 White Horse Cellar, 1.20 3 R ' JZ?i..mm,m Old Sort inn V"7 Ks.. STitlctiaintnjetrts, POLI'S NEW THEATRE WEEK OF AUGUST 12. Dally Matinee 2:15 Evenings 8:15. POLI STOCK COMPANY, of Springfield, Io "The Strange Adventures ot Mira Drown.' With Mary Stooknell and Supporting Company. POLI POULAR PRICES. Souvenir Matinee Friday. WHITE CITY DARCY & SPECK. MGRS. Thin Week Senaatlunal Free Acts. Re-engaged: Robbie De Castro. Not ed Boy Wire Walker; H. L. Walte, Cyl inder Cycle Wonder; Johnny Mack & Co. IX BALLOON ASCEXSIOXS. Wednesday afternoon Auxiliary Ba by Show and Prizes. Evening "Pan demonium Night." Friday evening Repetition of "The j-Miiar or Fire," an unimaginably beau tiful diBplay of pyrotechnics. The Kriss Kross, a joyous and sen sational whliJ; the Lemon, a dissipation In Mirth; Prince Olsen, the smallest man in the world of his age; vaudeville theater the Cameraphone. The one best beach for bathing la at THE M0MAUGUIN 12s COSEY BEACH Geo. T. White, Prop. MEET ME FACE TO FACE t THEO. KEILER FUNEHAI, DIHECTOn AND EMBALME1U 408 State Street. BR ANCH OFFICE I 455 Campbell Avenue. West Haven. MfflOUUGE&miT. I desire to announce to my friends and the public generally, that pending a readjustment of my affairs, cajis intended for me may be sent to Messrs. Lewis & Maycock, No. 1112 Chapel Street. All work will receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 675. ROBTm H. EUR WELL, Undertaker NEWS OF SOUTHINGT0N Journal and Cour)r will be found on sale dally at Oxley's, 22 Center Street. Telepho ne 87-4. Arrest May Follow Quarrel Over Sale Jack-the-Peeper Believed to be Around Again. Henry W. Allen left this afternoon Walnut Beach, Conn., where he II be the guest of his cousin, Robert len. -Motorman Cunningham of the Cen- street line is enjoying a vacation in idgeport. IDr. Buffum, who is attending Judge dd, stated this evening that the con Ion of his patient had remained changed for the last ton days. The ige is still a very sick man. Miss Mary Griffin returned home 3 afternoon from a weeks visit in ireester, Mass. Tallingford defeated the Naugatuck if team in Naugatuck Saturday by core of 15 to 4. (Special Journal-Courier News Service.) Southlngton, Aug. 12. Attorney Gen eral Holcomb left this morning for Springfield, where he Joined Mesrs. Green and Bennett of that city for a three weeks' automobile trip through Maine. CARYL FOR COMMISSIONER. Xante Mentioned as FoNsllile New Man on I'ollee Board. John A. Caryl, the State street drug gist, is another citizen whose name has been mentioned as that of a pos sible candidate for the vacancy on the police commissioners' board caused by the death of the late Sherwood S. Thompson. Mr. Caryl, although one of the younger men, politically, in the city, has for years been active in the repub lican party. He is a member of the Union league and the Governor's Foot Guard and Is said to have the support of prominent men in those coniza tions. He is a close personal friend of Insurance Commissioner Theodore Mae donald, who is also chairman of the republican town committee. The funeral of Michael Daley, who died Saturday morning, was held from St. Thomas' church at 9 o'clock this morning. A requiem high mass was sung by the pastor, the Rev. W. J. Doley. Interment was In St Thomas' cemetery. Jaines Kennedy, who has been visit ing Edward J. Degrau of Bristol street, returned to his home In West Haven to-day. It Is not positively known who Is to blame for yesterday's blaze In the Har-. rls barn, but It Is thought generally that a cigarette butt was the cause Ot the flre. Rev. Francis Kuster, who Is very we'l known here, said his first mass In Col llnsvllle yesterday. Father Kuster, studied his philosophy and theology In Farnow, Austria, after he had complet ed his classics at St. Charles college, Elllcott City. Many friends from here attended his first mass In Collinsvilla yesterday. A warrant for the arrest of John Troy will probably be Issued to-morrow on oomplaint of John Jumbeau. It seems that thetwo men became an gry after a few words concerning a sale, and Troy assaulted Jumbeau. The latter presented a very bad looking face Saturday night, and expressed his desire of having his assailant arrested. dents were troubled sometime neo with a like nuisance although some people axTriDuiec; the scare to Imagination. The borough board' has received many complaints of late concerning the delay wmcn rreight trains cause by stopping at crossings for an unreasonable length of time. At times, trains block the Centre street crossing for fifteen or twenty minutes. Another com'iplaint which has been entered is that con cerning bicyclists riding on the side walks. Many accidents have been nar. rowly averted and it is time something was done. LIFE SAVERS' GALLANT ACT. Walter Badgely was surprised Sa tur day night by a number of his friends awl an old-fashion party was enjoyed. During the evening there were piano and vocal solos which were much en Joyed. After the entertainment a sup per was served. There were guests from Meriden, New Britain and Plaln-ville. WAR SECRETARY'S VISIT. The marriage of Mary Tonlno ai)d Antonio Sabatello took place this morn ing at St. Thomas church. Rev. W. J. Dooran performed the ceremony, after which there was a reception at the home of the brld. There are many reports from South Main street that Jacknthe-peeper is again putting In his appearance. Fri day night Clinton Judd gave chase to a- peeper whom he caught looking In his windows. South Mala street resi- Metcalf I.ookn Over Yachta at New Lon don Officially, New London, Aug. 12. Considerable comment was aroused In the New York club fleet, which is here on cruise, by an official visit from Secretary of War Metcalf. Leaving Washington yester day morning, the secretary arrived In New London late yesterday afternoon, and went aboard the United States dis patch boat Dolphin, which had been ly ing here since Thursday. No notice of his visit had been received, and his arrival on the Dolphin was unannounc ed. His flag, bearing the anchor and four white stars, was run ur at the mizzentop, but he received no official calls. He remained quietly on board all the evening. Yesterday morning, however, ha be gan a tour of inspection among the big yachts In the harbor. He visited a numberof them. A rumor was Immediately circulated that the government was seeking the purchase of several of the yachts for naval purposes, but no evidence of such Intention could be obtained from official sources. Information as to the secretary's purpose was denied aboard the Dolphin, and the secretary himself could not be reached. He left the Dol phin again about 1 o'clock In the aft ernoon, and after a recond tour of the fleet went ashore. Rescne of Aflss Carnevare from Death by Drowning. Bridgeport, Aug. 12. Life saving be comes a second nature, sort of force of habit as it were, to some people, es pecially to those w,ho have followed the game In- a professional capacity, and this fact was amply demonstrated yes terday afternoon when Ca.pt. EdWard Gregory, a former member of the Vol unteer Life Saving corps w ho was sta tioned at Steeplechase Island,, and J, Holman, also a professional life saver, were walking along the sea wall at Seaside park. Suddenly the men heard cries coming from the water and run ning to the edge of the wall they dls covered a young woman struggling about in the water and out beyond her depth. Without an Instant's 'hesitation 'both men plunged in and swam out to the rescuo. TheV griisped the young wo man by the arms and quickly brought her ashore. Dragging her almost un conscioua form up the rocks . to the roadway they discovered that she was black In the face and scarcely breath lng. Artlflclail respiration Waa re sorted to and here the real value of the life saver was displayed, for although they had saved the body of the young woman from a watery grave she was so much exliausted that death must have resulted except for itlhe prompt and heroic treatment to which the life savers subjected her. After a half hour's vlswous work by iher saviors the young woman was able to talk. She Droved tt be M1ss Rosa Can vare whose brother keeps a fruit store In Broad street. Just how she came Into deep Water she neglected to state, but when she had recovered sufficient ly she thanked her rescuers and was assisted to her home by friends. Messrs. Gregory and" Holman walked quietly away after the Incident as If the saving of people from drowning was an every day occurrence with them. Souvenir and Post Cards At J. A. McKee's 930 Chapel Street; lomething N I have taken the agency for the Gardner & Vail Laundry of New York city. Possibly you are not aware of it, but this concern has no espial In its specialty the laundering of collars and cuffs. The . prices are 2o each, the same ' as charged locally, but you get superior workmanship and longer life to your collars. Bring 'em in on Tuesday and we'll have 'em back Friday. Now, don't bring In any shirts Just collars and cuffs, that's all. JIM DISBROft HE SELLS HATS 1 Why suffer the constant pain that a bunion causes and have your shoes deformed and misshapen when by wear ing the Fisher Bunion Protector you will expe rience instant relief and a per manent cure and have yonr shoes maintain their correct lines. We guarantee these pro tectors to do this. If you are not satisfied you can have your money back. Only one size is required for men's use (6 to n) and one size for women's (2 to 6). PRICE, 50 ds. each and $1.00 per pair. Church & Center Streets. KODAKS and Kodak Supplies. OUR STOCK, ENTIRELY NEW, com prises the latest improvements in this line. . To make thlg popular pastime more successful, we are using, In developing, the very latcBt methods to Blmpllfy the work. The public are invited to examine this new method; also our Kodaks and sup plies. Developing ana printing at short notice. FOR SALH BY Sorosis Shoe Co. A. B. GREENWOOD, Pres. . 814 Chapel St. THE YOUNG NATIONALS. Lose Hitrd Gnnic to the Hallvllle Team, Score S to H. The Young Nationals consider them selves a hard luck bunch. Yesterday they started out to play the Hallvllle team who they claim are their seniors by six years. The score was 9 to 8 when the game was called at the end of the fifth inning. The Nationals pro tested the game because of unfair play. They are ready to meet any team of 14 years. Communications should be sent to the manager, D. McNamara, 83 William street. ITALIAN STABBED SHOPMATE. City Hall Pharmacy Co. NEXT TO WTY HALL. Tel. 813-4. Affray Nearly Resulted In Mnrder nt Clock Shop. Nicholas Esposlto of 198 Wallace street, In a light at the New Haven Clock- company factory yesterday af ternoon, stabbedHenry J. Anderson of 43 Leonard street Just over the heart with a knife and 'but for a rib which deflected the knife the victim would probably have been killed. Anderson was taken to the office of Dr. Sperry where the wound waa taken care of. While the doctor stated that it was not serious, he declared that the es cape was a narrow one from death. Esposlto ran away from the factory, but was arrested at his home by Pa trolman Healy of the Grand avenue station as he was apparently prepar ing for flight. He Is charged with as sault with Intent to kill. "Jimmy, you ought to play funny tricks, like the Katzenjammer Kids." "I can't think of nuthin' funny, Mr. Nexdore." "You might drop your fath er's lawn mower down the well." Washington Herald. Summer Chances Tlje ever-recurring prob lem of how to make room for the incoming new goods con fronts us. The only way we know is to so reduce, prices as to make our present stock walk right off the floor, and this is what we are doing. Summer time certainly affords the bargain hunter a grand opportunity. Odd pieces and full sets in every department away un der price. An entire outfit can be purchased now at a little more than half the busy season price, and this is still more true of odd single pieces. Closed Friday afternoon. Open Saturday afternoos and evening. BROWN & DURHAM Complete Hou Furthers, Orange and Center Sis.