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MEW - HAVEN- MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1907.
- i M t Tefaslfopi$ Special Sale of Gloves Every Pair of Silk and Lisle Gloves Reduced. While our season for selling Lisle and Silk Gloves Is almost at and end, you will enjoy many weeks of pleasant weather In which to wear these gloves. Every pair of Long and,Short Silk and Lisle Gloves Is reduced to a price that will ensure a quick, clean and decisive clearance of every pair. Read every Item and come early Wednes day morning and buy: Lisle Gloves. In black, white, grey and mode: 2 clasp, value 25c a pair, sale price 1 5c. Lisle Gloves. 2 clasp, mode and white: value 50c a pair, sale price 35c. Silk Gloves. 2 olasp, white, black, mode and tan: Value 50c a pair, sale price 39c. Silk Gloves, 2 clasp; In white, mode and navy; values 75o and SI. 00 a pair, sale price 59c and 79c. WALLINGFORD NEWS ndrews-Post Wedding Last Water Supply Newsy Borough Items. Special to the Journal and Courier. Walllngford, Sept. 3. This evening 7 o'clock at the home of the ride's parents, 411 North Main reet, Miss Cynthia A. Post, daughter ft Mr. and Mrs. Edward Post, became io wife of Harvey C. Andrews, son Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Andrews. he parlor, where the ceremony was rformed, was elaborately decorated ith ferns, clematis, and hydrangeas. he bride's dress was silk organdie immed with lace and ribbons and ie carried a bouquet of bridal roses. ev, W. A.' Spinney, pastor of the Viptlst church, performed the cere- ony. The couple left this evening It a wedding trip to Washington, D. , and other places of .Interest. The ide's going away gown was blue silk ffeta with hat to match. On their turn they will reside at 59 Constltu- m street The water commissioners at their st meeting voted to ask the court of irgesses to call a special meeting of e freemen of the borough to take tlon concerning the Increase of the iter supply at Paugh pond. Exten- e surveys hav been made by the rough engineers and complete ecificatlohs secure'd. 'Mini Violet A. Hoffman, New Eng- "ld conservatory of music, 1907, has irted with a large class of piano' plls. Miss Hoffman Is a young mu ian of rare ability and her success assured. She' offers a course which especially attractive for beginners. Mrs. Samuel Hodgktnson has re- rned from a stay with her mother, s. Jane Averill in Branford. To-morrow morning at the high iooI building entrance examinations U be held commencing at 9 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Davis are en- talnlng Mrs. W. H. Thurston and ss Jessie Thurston of Brooklyn, N. IThe Division No. 1, A. O. H., fair nmlttee held a meeting this evening the Temperance hall. IMiss Burnett of Brooklyn, N. T o has been visiting with Mr. and a. E. H. Brown of Whittlesey ave- left to-day for her home in joklyn, ?. Y. Mrs. Henry W. Bampton and chll- n are home from a month s vaca- i spent at the shore. Jr. and Mrs. Russell Foster and idren have returned from their rimer vacation. Tilliam Hopler of Springfield, s., is visiting with his aunt, Mrs. 3. Parker of Whittlesey avenuey lajor and Mrs. Henry Norton and . Henry, have returned from a trip New Tork. Mrs. E. M. Allen and son Henry are nnntn o O Tiait With Tv3 Use D. Hall of New Haven. Irs. Clifton D. Allen is back from ton, where he has been the guest Mr. and Mrs. Fowler. onald Parker of Whittlesey avenue ome from Middlelield. 'fiss Josephine Ryan has been as ied grade No. 2 and Miss Claire hfin grade No. 6 at the Colony ot school. .ued R. Kimberlv has returned n an extended trip in Canada, Long Lisle Gloves, 1 2 button black and white, value $ 1 .50 a pfalr, sale pries 95c. Long Silk Gloves. 12 and 16 button, black, white, grey, red, reseda and lavender; value 1 .50 a pair; sale price S 1 .00. Long Silk Gloves. 16 button, black, white, pongee, grey brown, sky blue and pink; val ues $2.00 and $2.50 a patrt sale price $1.50. Evening Survey for a Large The Advent cottage services were held last evening at the htne of Hugh Mcuanie, .218 South Main street. Miss Rosena Grobell entered Tale to-day to take a special teachers commercial course. Miss Ida White has returned from a visit In New Jersey. Joseph Taylor has returned from a stay In Branford. CAUGHT ON PILOT.' Girl Killed at Crossing by Bar Har bor Express. Jewett City, Conn,, Sept. 8. Miss MargaretFarrell, aged 35, was in stantly JHlled by the Bar Harbor ex press, which was three hours late and traveling sixty miles an hour, while crossing the railroad tracks of ths New Haven road here at 6:10 this morning. She was on the' way to work in the Slater mill with Annie Fitz gerald. Miss Fitzgerald Jumped just in time to save herself. The body of Miss Farrell was caught on the nllot of the"angine and carried a quarter of a mile before the train pould be stop, ped. She leaves two brothers and two sisters here. SEVENTH ANNUAL CLAMBAkE. The steamfltters and plumbers em ployed by the New Haven road held their seventh annual clambake at Miller's grove in Westvllle, Sunday. The steamfltters lost the ball game to the helpers by a score of 11 to 6. The athletic games and winners weret Half mile run, D. McCormlck; fat men's race, D. B Jines; high jump, J. Collins; putting shot, Thomas J. Kin ney; sacjt race, HarryCalne; hop, step and Jump, D. McCormlck. EASTERN LEAGUE. At Buffalo First game, Buffalo 2, Montreal 1; second game Buffalo 4, Montreal 1. At Toronto First game, Toronto 10, Rochester 4; second game 'Rochester 8, Toronto 2. At Baltimore Jersey City 10, Balti more 3. , At Providence First game. Prov idence 5, Newark 0; ' second game Providence 4, Newark 2. . RACES AND AWARDS ' : .... AT ORANGE FAIR (Continued from First Page.) Private carriages, double First, Mrs. Watson S. Woodruff; second, Mrs. B. M. Ailing. ' Novelty or, unique rigg First and second, Ailing Woodruff. Pony rig First, Stiles Woodruff. Auto double First, Mrs. Frank C. Woodruff. , y Small float First, George T. Hine. Single private carriage First, Mrs. Robert J. Woodruff; second, Mrs. Eva Nettleton; third, Mrs. C. S. Johnson. Baby carriage First, Ruth Wood ruff; second, Mrs. W. H. Casuer, Tyler City. Small cart First, William E. Hine; second, W. Arnold Hine. Small unique or novelty rig First, Charles F. Treat; second, Frederick J. Hine; third, E. C. Bradley, Jr., West Haven; fourth, Julius Hanson, Alllng town. Exhibits-Committee of Agricultural exhibits, B. M. Ailing, R. J. Woodruff, C. R, Treat, William M. Russell. FAIR HAVEN HAPPENINGS Repairs on the Grand Avenue Congregational Church Tower Are CompletedMany Weddings Personal Notes. (Special Journal-Courier News Servtci.) Fair Haven, Sept. 3. The repairs on the slated roof of the great tower of the Grand Avenue ConJrretratlonal church, which was Injured when struck by lightning in a severe July thunder storm, are practically completed. The outlay for these difficult repairs will aserecrate more than J400 and are borne by the insurance company which was Douna to see tn eehurch through after such a visitation by lightning. Perhaps one half of the expense was required in erecting the staging at such a high altitude before rcpiirs could bo made. The shock trom lightning, be sides knocking off a number of slates, rnucnea a noie in tne oricK wan or ine tower and removing several brick. A thorough job has been done In making the ' repairs. Only expert workmen could be employed and there was not a little risk of personal injury in work ing on the tseep Bides of the tower roof so high above the surface' of the ground. About everybody comnlalned of being tired yesterday, as usual after Labor day. Many people left town and prob ably as many more visited In Fair Ha ven. The weather was anything but favorable for an outing and there were many disappointed people. . The trolley company did not require as many oars as expected to transport the people. The running of the multiple system of trolleys, wnicti had been arranged, was not put in effect, as the requirements of traffic were not sufficient. An ex perimental run was made from -the barns in Grand avenue Sunday and the four cars counted together and each of the four trolleys cfnnected with the overhead wire, was reported as quite successful. This system is likely to oe an Important feature on days of big traffic hereafter. Members of the Annex Are depart ment are talking over the proposed trip to Huntington, Long Island, to take part In a parade and celebration, Sept. 11. Many of the department would like to take the trip and the matter will bo considered at a meetings soon to be neiu. Announcement is made of the mar riage August 28 of Miss Ethel Luelia Korbcr to Harvey R. Robinson.- The bride, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. iienry corner ot wxenange street. Another wedding of the past week was that of Gilbert KcUey of Thomp son avenue. East Haven, and Miss Jen nie Taylor of Brooklyn. Mrs. Kelsoy is a sister of Mrs. Leland Thompson of East Haven. Another marriage of Interest was that of Sunday evening, a double wed ding, at which Rev. P. M. Kennedy of Class I Vegetables, superintendent, B. M. Ailing. Beets (five specimens) table variety- Ailing Woodruff, first; J. J. Merwin, second. Beets (five specimens) -Mangel Wur zel Oscar Carlson, Fairfield, first and second. Onions (Ave specimens) red white, yellow Q. A. Bradbury, Ansonla, first; Ailing Woodruff, second. Onions, peck of the largest, any va riety, best collection, one peck of each sort First, Ailing Woodruff; second, J. J, Merwin. .Cabbage, best three specimens First, Ailing Woodruff; second, Ailing Wood ruff. Best collection, G. A. Bradbury. Celery, best three specimens First, Gt. A. Bradbury; second, Ailing Wood ruff. Egg plant, best three specimens- First, J. J. Merwin; second, George F. Piatt and son, Mllford. Peppers, plate of largest specimens First, J. J. Merwin; second, Oscar Carl son. Tomatoes, .plate of largest five speci mens, best collection1 not less than Ave varieties First, A. woodruff; second, A. Woodruff. Best collection, J. J. Mer win. Squash, best three Hubbard, best three Boston Marrow, best three sum- mes, largest First, M. L. Hotchkiss, Orange; best three summer, M. L. Hotchkiss; largest, first, R. J. Wood ruff; second, M. L, "Hotchkiss. Pumpkins, largest. Best cheese First, M. 1. Hotchkiss; second, J. J. Merwin. Cucumbers, best display First, A, Woodruff; second, J. J. Merwin. Watermelons, three largest First, A. Woodruff; second, J. J. Merwin. Watermelons, best collection 'First, A. Woodruff; second, A. Woodruff. Mushmelons, three largest First,' J, J. Merwin; second, A. Woodruff. Mushmelons, best collection First, 3, J, Merwin; second, R. J, Woodruff, Turnips, best collection First, R, J. Woodruff; second, J. J. Merwin. Carrots, best six specimens First, J. . Merwhi; second, Oscar Carlson. Parsnips, best six specimens First, Oscar Carlson; second, A. Woodruff. Cauliflower, best three specimens First, M, U Hotchkiss; second, Ailing Woodrull, Lima beans, best ten pods pole, best ten pods bush, best quart shelled pole First, Charles Q. Clark; second, Mrs. R. C. Russell; bush, M. L, Hotchkiss, A. Woodruff; shelled, H. C. Russell. Largest and best collection vegetables (not necessarily to be grown by exhibi tor), $10, 15, $3 First, Ailing Wood ruff; second, J. J. Merwin; third, 'Oscar Carlson. Largest and best collection vegetables (to be grown by the exhibitor), $10, $5, $3-'Flrst M. I Hotchkiss; second, Os car Carlson. Beets, golden tankard First, B. 3. Woodruff; second, Oscar Carlson. Salsify First, M. U Hotchkiss j sec ond, Oscar Carlson? Carrots, select First A. J. Woedruff; second, Ailing Woodruff; third, Oscar Carlson. i Radishes, collectlon-i-Flrst, R. J, Woodruff. Cabbage, purple First, . Ailing Woodruff; second, J. J. Merwin; third, R. J. Woodruff. .Swiss chard First, Ailing; special, R. J. Woodruff. Kale First, R. J. Woodruff. Gourds First, J. J. Merwin; sec ond, G. A. Bradbury. Onion seed First, Ailing Woodruff. Clas3 2, Potatoes Superintendent C. R. Treat. Premiums, 60 cents, 26 cents, second, when not otherwise noted. Half bushel beauty Hebron First, A. D. Clark. Half bushel4, early rose First, R. Shtlllnglaw, half bushel New Queen, Charles E. Hall; half bushel Ensign Bagley, Charles E. Hall; half bushel Irish Cobbler, J. J. Merwin; half bushel Carman, J. H. Mills; half bush el Green Mountain, B. M. Ailing; St. Francis' church officiated. Miss r.nznoetn uoyie Of Tnompsonvllle be came the bride of Hubert J. Blrnev of Fair Haven and a sister of MIbs Helen A. Birney was unite,! in marriage to Gerald E. Babson. The in teresting ceremony took place at St Francis' church.l The two couples left on a bridal tour, going to Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Babson will reside in this city and Mr. and Mrs. Birney will make their home in Thompsonville. Letters advertised at Station A yes terday were addressed fo Mrs A O Fletcher, Miss Josephine Growan ilko Szportab and Chas. Judd. The funeral of Ellsworth Ford was attended at his late' residence in Quin nipiac avenue yesterday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Burrows of St. James' church offi ciating. Bearers were members of Daysring lodge, F. and A. M. of Whi neyville, of which lodge deceased was a.ml",?er- The deceased was a native of Whitneville. He leaires i widow and two daughters, Mrs. Walter Maybrv and Mrs. John Thompson. The de ceased was. 66 years of age. He had been ill only a week from lieirt failure Mr. Ford was an inventor of some note! One of his Inventions hmH,.- wire hoop for barrels. H3 worked for ui me manutactnre or Lugurs having been employed In Woemlla' Augurville and also in this city. One of his inventions was an Improved au gur. Ex-Police Sergeant Bradley ' has leased his property at 279 Front street to a newly-formed motor boat club 7 he property has a butl'dlng which will be used for a boat housein.J club head quarters and wharf privileges on Quin nlpiae river. Police Sergeant H. M. Crocker of tho Dlxwoll avenue precinct came over here yesterday to attend the firnerM of his friend, Ellsworth Ford. Sergeant Crocker was formerly of the Grand avenue precinct. The Epworth league of East Pearl Street church intended to have Its out ing at East Haven river harbor Labor day, but owing to the storm the affair had to be given u. This society has had an outing on Labor day for many years. Mrs. Titus Hall met with a severe accident yesterday at her home, 112 Grand avenue. For some time she has been partially paralyzed and could walk with difficulty. Yesterday in go ing from one room to another, she fell and fractured the can of her left hip joint. She will be confined to her bed for several weeks. . Dr. E. K. Roberts is her attending physician. ' haf bushel White Elephant, Joe Buck- noiz. Plate of largest Ave specimens, to. and $1. First, Charles E. Clark. Best collection fnot grown by exhibitor), $8, $2. First, Ailing Woodruff; second, 3. 3. Merwin. ami collection (to be grown by ex hibitor). 43 and 12. First n.o Carlson; second, M. L. Hotchkiss. Class 3. field crons.' TTnneHnt ATI rJ nvi R. J. Woodruff. Premiums. .Rno. 1st- 25c, second. Half bushel rye First, George W. Clark, Mllford; second,-R. J. Woodruff; third, R. J, Woodruff. Hair bushel of oats, R, J. Woodruff; dozen ears Dent corn, 3. A. Howarth; R. J. Woodruff. '.' Dozen ears sweet , 'Mm rw J. J. Merwin, A. Woodruff; Perry's Hybrid, R. J. -Woodruff; 'Stowell's Ev ergreen, A. Woodruff. J. ..T. Mftrwln- Country Gentleman, A. T. Clark; Pop ing corn, ;wm. Newton. Best sheaf of Timothv R. vr ai.' ling, B. J. Woodruff; red top-, B. M. .'Ailing, It. J, Woodruff? Wheat, L. F. Anarew; golden millet, Luippold, . J. 'Woodruff; Hungarian, millet, R. j. woodruff. Kaffir corn 1st, George F. Piatt & son. Best collection of sheaves of era ftaou or grains 1st, $2.00, 2nd, 1.00 1st R. 3. Woofjruff; 2nd, B. M. Ailing. inrgest and best collection field orops 1st. $1.50. 2nd. 75. w -R t Wcodruff. Best half dozen stalks ensilage corn-lst, $1.00; 2nd, 50c-Fairlea farm 1st; Geo. F.v Piatt and soh 2nd. Class 7, Cattle Committee, C. E. Treat, Irving Andrew, C. S. Ruesell, L. Lulppold, Superintendent C B Treat. De Veins. Best. thnrnuhhrofl C3'"VS VUW, best thoroughbred bull, best thorough- iru can, oesi gracie cow, best grade calf, best grade bull.ow, 2nd, Al bert M. Clark; calf. Thoroughbred Jersey, 1st, Fairiea Farm. Native grade bull 1st F. White Calf, 1st, F. R. White; Yearling h-"fn, 1st, F. R. .White; 2nd Albert M. Clark, Lurhams, grada-2nd, (cow) Albert M Clark. i Ayrshire, gradelit (cow) (Albert M Claik. jjierfey,. thoroughbred 1st (cow) Fairiea Farm; 2 pear olds, 1st, Fair lea Farm; 3 year olds, 1st, Failea Farm. Itlolsteln, grade cr-w 1st, W. M. An duw; 2nd, lAlbert M. Clark; calf, 1st, W. M. Andrew. Guernsey, Thoroughbred cow 'd Al bert M. Clark. Premiums of 1.00 first, '50 cent3 second, is offered for best pearling 2 yeans and three years old bulls of each if the above breeds, Thoroughbred Jersey bull 1st, Pal.-. Ipa Farm; 2nd Charges Sherwood. wuntington, ct. Best herd of thoroughbred Jerseys no loss than eight animals to com pete, $10 first, $5.00 second. Came premiums as above on herds of each following bre'eds: Dunhams, Hereford, Guernsey, Devons, Ayrshire, Holsteln, Native and grade 1st, Fair lea Fa'rm, Holsteln grade; 1st Wm. Andrew. Cattle. Holsteln bull, 1 year old First, . R. White; 2 year old, second, W. M, Andrew. Jersey bull, thoroughbred, 3 year old First, Falrlee Farm; second, Charles Sherwood. Horses. Class 12 Draught Horses Superinten dent, C. 8. Clark. Entry fee (to win ners only), $1. First H, G, Jones, Guilford. Second B. M. Allinf. Third James G. Curtlss, Ansonia. Division B Freo for all teams of any weight First premium $15; second. J10; third. 5; fourth, $9: Trials llm Hed to five minutes. Teams to be hitched directly in front of drag First H. G, Jones. Second A. IX Clark. Third W. 6. Hine. Class 10 Swine Superintendent, C S .-' RusseiL Best. Berkshire boar, Fairlaa Farmt best Berkshire sow, Fairiea Farnybest Chester white boar, Fairiea Farm; fcast Chester sow, Fairiea Farm; best sow and pigs, any breed, Fairiea Farm; best at bos, any breed, Felrlea Farm! Class 3 Sheep Superintendent, C. W. Hoffman. Best three ewes, C. Hoffman; best three lambs, C. Hoffman; best drove sheep, any breed, C. Hoffman. Class IS Dogs. J. N. Clark and J. J. Merwin, com mittee. American Kennel club rules to gov ern. Premium list hest Fnullsh otter. first, H. E. Jones; best Boston bull, first, W. L. Treat, New York; betH. Gor don setter, first, Mrs. J. W. Bailey; best Irish setter, second, L. F. Andrew, first, Shilllnglaw; best bull terrier, first, J. G. Curtiss, best spaniel, first J. G. Cur tlss; second, Shilling-law; best collie, first. C, S. Johnson; fox terrier, first, C. B. Treat. Summary of Races. 2:27 class. ml! heats!' nurao fnn Mary Patchen (J. G. Ritchie, wow Haven) l l 5 Commoner Boy (G. Regun, Wa terbury) 2 2 2 Patronia Princess (P. Strom, New Haven) 3 6 4 Fairday (William J. Noble, Naugatuck) 4 '4 9 Sweet Dellghtser (William Col lins, BrldtreDort) K 8 Jessie P. (W. A. Forester, Der by) $ 3 1 May O. (McGrail Bros, Bran ford) 9 g S Amber Wilkes (L. L. Nesbit, New Haven) 9 T 7 Jim Wilkes (JH. Wilkes, New Haven) ' 7 9 g Bronco Bill (J. H. Pender, An sonia) s 10 a Time 2:24 1-4, 2:24 1-4, 2:26 1-4. Deciding heat will be run this after noon. 2:4) class, purse $200; mile heats. Houser Prince (T. Donovan, Sholton) 1 1 I Burt-. Nuthurat (W. A, Bright, New Haven) 2 3 2 May Day (W. J. Noble, Nauga tuck) : 5 2 8 Jersey Belle (W. Gales, New Haven) 3 5 fc Evallne (S. Wakley, Stratford) 4 4 3 Annie D. (E. Durant, Derbv).. 7 6 4 Zipp (J. H. Dillon, New Haven) Odd Glen Bell (Harry M. Warner).. ..7 7 Time 2:27 1-4, 2:27 1-2, 2:28 1-4. Running race, purse $60. Suburban King 2 1 1 Roulette 1 1 2 2 Mascott 3 d d Time :51 8-4. :50, :51 1-4. Peg race First, Albert M. Clark; second, Fred Crosby; third, Julius Hau soh. Congress Avenue Hiding OInb,. Half mile flat H. Smith, first; F. Gamble, second; J. Brower, Jr., third; F. Brower, fourth. Time 1:06. TO-nA.VS PROGRAM. 10:30 a. m. Draft oxen. 11:30 a. m. Working cattle. 1:30 p. m. Band concert. 1:45 p. m. Floral parade. 2:30 p. m. 3 minute class, purse $200. Freo for all class, purse $250. D. W. Baldwin harness race. Running horse race, half mile heats, purse $60. Peg race, three moneys, $10, $5, $3. Entry free, best two in three, limited to eight starters. Backing race. COAL MINERS LA BO R Yes, and labor hard! "Down in the coal mines" they labor for you, producing "black dlumonds." Apropos of this thought, how is your supply of "black dia monds"? We're here to All your coal order on abort notice. BEST COAL FOR CASH 'Phone 929. Wrlta or Call. fCusker&Schroeder Temporary Office, Room 8, Poll Building, 23 Church St. Upstairs, One Flight. Take Ele vRtor. MEET ME FACE TO FACE u v. Clean 'em up $1.00 $2.00 $3.00 Straw Hats Anything in the lot. Take 'em away. 25c DISBROW CHuroh & Canter Streets Im 1 r L if I ... l h V- . 1 - - is 9 " 't', K k s J 14 If r r GENUINE Rocky Ford Colorado. CHow many really good Melons ' have you had this season? $Do you wish to practically eliminate the item of chance in the Melon lottery ? HYou can do it for 10 cents. 3$tfateStr THEO. KEILER FUXERAl. DIRECTOR AND ElfBALMEJt. 408 State Street. BRANCH OFFICE! 435 Campbell Avenue. West Haven. I deslve to announce to my friends and the public generally, that pending a readjustment of my affairs, calls intended for mc may be Sent to Messrs. Lewis & Maycock.No. 1112 Chapel Street. All work will receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 675. HOBT. N. BURWEU. Undertaker DEATHS. GESNERf In this city, September 2, 1907, George M. Gesner, aged 88 years, 7 months, S days. 1 Funeral services will be held from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Maribn Richardson, 42 Glob street, Thursday ' Afternoon, September 5, at half-past two o'clock. Relatives and friends are Invited. Hen's Teeth Are scsfco (so they say), ana so are; nice fruits" Just how. Still there rej people who want them and those peo ple always find them here.. If prices are high, It's riot our fault we buy as cheap as we can (for the right kind) and sell accordingly. " J. B. JUDSON Tha Mirror Fruit Store. 8B CHAPEL STREET. It won't come out In the wash. Richard Eudnut's Per fumes and Toilet Arti cles. A full line at the City Hail Pharmacy, Prescrptlon Druggists, NEXT TO Oft? HAtI 'Phone 813-4. 1907 New Pack Canned Lobster It is called the , Royal Scarlet Brand. As we understand it, only the very choice parts of the lobsters are used in this brand. Can3 come in two sizes pound 45c, half pound 25c. All ready to serve oold; also very nice for lobster salad. CHAPEL STREET ENTERTAINMENTS.,. HYPERION THEATRE First Thne in p?ew Haven. Th Creatorsof Sereamlnff Laughter In Klaw & Erlanger's Magnificent Pro duction of . ''THE HAM TREE." All Star Cast Wonderful DaooUg mag Prices: 25c. to Ji.SJ. Seats now soiling. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, Septem. Regular Matinee Wednesday. A. W. Cross Presents 1HT V liriin'n. . In Walker Whiteside's Graatast Comedy, "WE ARB KING." prites. effuiar popular THUnSDAT, FRIDAY, ATUHDAT, September B, 6, T. Matinee Satxirday. t v IL TUlUfEH, 1 ;?,cireat Drama of Mystery HIS TERBTBLB SECRET, THE MAiV MONKEY. Regular Popular Prltms. mi'S NEW THEATRE TO-DAY BBOPENING OP VAUDEVILLE SEASON WHITE CITY DARCY & SPECK. MGRS. BIG CLOSING DAYS WHIRr.WnVD OF ATTRACTIONS! TWO GHEAT FREE VAUDEVILLE ACTS. CHESTER JOHNSON, Sensational Cy- JUPooaromo, SEIGFRIB-D AND VINCfe&T, Premier TO3DN15SDAT NIGHT Genuine Old- Timo Virginia Wedding. GROOM Mr. Leroy Huey of Dixwell Avenue, BRTDE Miss Sophie Herbert of Jack sonville, Fla. FRIDAY NIGHT Destruction ' of the SATUTIDAY NIGHT "Pand.monIuai ORANGE FAIR , September 2 and 3. Busses will meet all Trolley Cars on Derby Line at Clark's Corner.. FREQUENT RAILROAD TRAINS. m Sonpareil Laundry Ca. HIGH-CLASS WOR.K. : We do the work for the leading fam ilies and stores. ( 271 Bialchley Av Hew Haven, Coin C0SEY PARLOR lECEi A variety of .3 -piece Parlor Suites with loose cushions at very special prices. Suites in plain greens, reds' or figured goods at $27.51, re duoed from $S8.00. suites $23.38, reduced from $40.00. Suites $38.80, reduced from $54.00. For those who do not care for loose cushions we sell this week a nicely unholstered 3- piece suite for $29.48, reduced from $40.00. Also a 3 -piece suite for $18 and one for $14.40. Wonder ful values. rown & Durham Complete Houa Fumlvher. Grange and Center Sts. Closed 'Friday afternoon. ." .' As We Were Si By the process used by the "T" VACUUM CLEANER CO. the aotlon o , the vaouum thosgMy cleanses arid atthe same aiff?9 the matted nan of fabric. revvlafiiS'thifS color, renewing tbev Justre'- an ' ' en hancing; their durablirfyi Call Up 2700 onA lf no ovnloin nrkv. va. ire iiaiw " 7 - j five wagoirs ctknttoualtya 11S1I11PP?I aying