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REW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1907.
A Clean Sweep Every Item adver tised yesterday was sold. Here are a few more for "first com ers" One white wool serge SKIRT, 40 Inch length, price $16.50. First comer, $6.95. One brown taffeta silk JUMPER DRESS, sire 34 In.. price $19.60; First comer.yS. Three light stripe sUk JUMPER DRESSES, sizes 36 and 38, price $20.00. First comer, $8.95. One ecru voile ETON SUIT, richly trimmed, size 36, price $37.50. First comer, $14.95. Two figured lawn Klmonas. , washable silk trimming, price $3.50. . First comer, $1.00. On light blue albatros Tea Oown. white lace trimming, size 38. soiled, price $28.50. First comer, $5.00. One black and white check glfigham JUMPER DRESS, size 34, Price $ 1 2.50. s First comer; $4.95. One black and white plaid gingham JUMPER DRESS. slzev38, prloe $8.95. First comer, $3.95. One green and blue ging ham JUMPER DRESS, size 34, price $10.00. First comer $4.15. One plain brown GINGHAM DRESS, 1 8 years size, price $3.73. s First comer, $1.00. One pink check Gingham DRESS, size 12 years, prloe $1.25. First comer, 50c. .1 One red check ginghaijrt DRESS, size 8 years, price $3.95. - First comer, $1.90. I ' wpr jfi A my lru f ii - "-vSc' 'F"SS5S The man of all men iV 0 swears ' r" Remington ; W Typewriter is the man who has tried to get the same service out of some other machine. A man may know the Remington or he may know some other typewriter, but the man who really knows typewriters is the man who knows the differ ence between the Remington and others. Remington if New M m FEE! TO SMUBB With Eczema When Indoors, Itch ing Was Fearful Prescription Did No Good Followed Friend's Advice and Found Speedy Relief. A PERFECT CURE BY USE ' OF CUTICURA REMEDIES : "I was raw from my shoulders down to my feet. As soo$ as I went into a warm room 1 could not stand the itch ing sensation. I tried several remedies with no relief, and I consulted a doctor who told me that I had eczema and gave me a box of ointment. I used it about two weeks and got no benefit. I then tried another ointment with the pame result. Then I was advised to try the Cuticura Remedies. I got a cake of Cuticura Soap, a box of Cuti cura Ointment and a bottle of Cuticura (Resolvent and commenced to use them. By the time I had used about half of each of them I could see an improve ment. After that I continued to use tlAm until I had used four cakes of Soap, three large boxes of Ointment, and two largo bottles of Resolvent in four or five weeks' time. At the end cf this period, my skin was as clear aa It coula be. It is now three or four years since I used them and I wish to state that the Cuticura Remedies are the greatest in the world not only for eczema but for female trouble, from which my wife has been a sufferer for jyears. Cuticura Remedies, used in connection with oie of the Cuticura svringes have done wonders for her. Fred E. Baker, 14 Grotto 8t., Water vliot, N. Y., Nov. 30, "00, and Jan. 20,'07." CUTICURA (The Great Skin Cure and Purest 1 ; and Sweetest of Emollients. A single anointing with Cuticura Ointi tnent, preceded by a hot bath with Cuti cura Soap, and followed in the severer: cases by a dose of Cutioura Pills, is often sufficient to afford immediate reliof in' the most distressing forms of torturing, disfiguring, itching, burning. an scaly1 humors, eczemas, rashes, and irritations, permit rest and sleep, and point to a, ipeedy cure, in the majority of cases, when all else falls. Cuticura Remedies are o!fl ttironxTiotrt the world. Ctitlcura Soap (35c.) Cuticura Ointment (50c.) Cutl hira Resolvent (60c.), (or In the form of Cboeolate Boated Pills. 25o. per vial of 00). Potter Drag Bhem, Corp.. sole Props., Boston, Mass. M Mailed tree, Cuticura Book on flkto DUettM.' WELLMAN REACHES TROMSOE. No Attempt Will be Maclo to Reach the Folo This Year. Tromsoe, Norway, Sept. 9. Accord ing to Captain Isachen, in command of the Norwegian Arctfo expedition which arrived here to-day from the north, Walter W'ellman and his party of the Chicago Record-Herald expedi tion will probably reach here at the end of the present month, abandon ing1 their plans to attempt to reach the polo In an airship for the present year. No start had been attempted up to August 26, and the weather subsequent to that day precluded aa ascent of the airship, northerly winds, fog and snow prevailing. DEATHS FROM WOOD ALCOHOL. Farm Hands Drink Wine Weakened With Poison and Die. Mount Holly, N. J., Sept. . 9. Drink ing wine with wood alcohol In It yes terday killed George Shotwell and Al fred Foster, farm hands employed by Thomas Bleszak, near here. Lukens Foster, a brother of Alfred, Is not ex pected to live. The wine was given to the men by Bleszak. As it waa weak he put wood alcohpl in it to give it strength. Shortly after the men be oame violently ill and the two died In a few hours. The coroner is Investi gating. O'LEARY NEAR CINCINNATI. Feels Sure Ho Will Complete Thousand Mile Walk. His Cincinnati, Sept. 9. During the night Dan O'Leary, the old-time champion pedestrian, continued stead ily his endurance test of walking 1,000 miles in 1,000 consecutive hours at Norfolk, a Cincinnati suburb. Notwithstanding his 63 years, O'Leary says he will surely complete f j the unique walk and he showed no . sign oi weanutjsa tn. uie ;uu. ui ma first 18 hourly miles. J Typewriter Company York and Everywhere . ftw WALLINGFORD NEWS Peach Crop a Failure F. A. Wallace's Automobile Kills a Valu able Hunting DogPersonal Items. (Special Journal-Courier News Service.) Wallingford, Sept. 9. The peach sea son is now on and most of Walling fords' growers will be ' unable to fur nish the market with a single basket of the fruit. Barnes Brothers, the largest shiDDGrs in this oart nf the state, report that they wiH have about 1,000 baskets and , these will go at a fancy figure. The eavlv rainv season seriously ' hindered the crop and the continued dry seasori"put the finishing touches on the disaster. The few peaches that the dealers have secured are small but of good quality and are selling at prices ranging from $2 to $4 per basket. A valuable bird dog owned by Rob ert A. Bolton was instantly killed this evening at the corner of Church and Whittlesey avenue by F. A. Wallace's automobile, driven by his chaufteur. The dog was a, fine hunter and Mr. Bolton had recently been offered over $100 for the animal. The entire express and trucking bus-' ness, including seventeen horses, four mules, trucks, 110x100 feet of land with buildings on Wallace avenue belonging to the John A. Cook "'estate have been sold to Benjamin Maltby of North ford. Mr. Maltby is postmaster at Northford and conducts a general store at that place. He also represent ed the village in the last general as sembly. Mr. Maltby will move his family to the borough and conduct the business as formerly. He took posses sion this morning. The two suits of Mrs. S. T,. TiiMIb vs. William Creighton, one of wljlch was for rent due, were tried in the borotifrh court this mnrntnar. Thev ware settled by the defendant paying $27 ana agreeing to remove his effects from tha house by Wednesday night. M. T. Downes for defendant; O. H. D. Fowler for plaintiff. The funeral of James O'Neil, whose remains were brought hero Saturday from Bridgeport, was held from the Holy Trinity church thia morning at 5 o'clock. Rev. John H. Carroll offi ciated. Burial was In the Holy Trin ity cemetery. The bearers were: John Downey, Patrick Clahan, James Coughlin, James Tully, George Taylor and James Clahan. Deceased was 46 years of ago and is survived by two sisters and One brother. Notice was posted this morning by Selectman Cooke for a special town meeting to be held next Saturday. The time has been changed from 2:80 o'clock in the afternoon to 8 o'clock In the evening. Miss ' Edgartne Atwater suffered an apoplectic shock yesterday while at dinner. Dr. Rusfell was called and found that .her entire left Bide was af fected. She is in a very critical con dition. The Congregational choir will hold a NEWS OF SOUTHIlfGTON Strike at Aetna Nut Company Broken Political Situation Be coming Interesting Italian Celebration. Journal and Cour.'r will be found on sale daily at Oxley's, 22 Center Btreet Telephone 87-4.J 1 (Special Journal-Courier News Service.) , Southtngton, Sept. 9. The "rolling mill department" of the Aetna Nut company began operations this morn ing after a week's strike of the bush elers. There are six of these men and they have been striking for $2.25 a ton instead of $2.02, as they have been getting. Manager S. Pi Neal attempt ed several times during the week to come to terms with the strikers, but they would agree to nothing but $2.25 a ton. The strike affected the whole mill, and finally three strikers were in dcud to come to an agreement with Manager Neal and a small raise was allowed them. The others were ob stinate, and two have left town to seek positions elsewhere. Now that the October town elec tions are approaching, the candidates are flocking into the Held. The dem ocratic town committee has had its first meeting and formulated plans for a strong campaign. Richard Elliott is willing to stand on the democratio ticket as town clerk in opposition to Edwin G. Lewis for the same office on the republican ticket. Friends of Thomas F. Welch have persuaded him to stand for the position of republican tax collector, while William Hurley will oppose on the other ticket. There is also a little uncertainty in the camp of the selectmen and a Change is ex pected. Martin Frisbie Is being urg ed to stand as first selectman. The election portends to be the most ex citing election held here in years, and the democratic force intends to put a good, strong ticket in the field. There Is a movement on foot to cur tail in some degree the hopping of freight trains by the Scuthington youths. There have been many bad accidents, and these young men should be stopped, even if prosecution must be brought A great fad has arisen among the younger set and only goes to show how far freight hopping has gone in this town. These automobile goggles are being purchased by the smaller boys, and solely for the pur pose of preventing cinders from get ting in their eyes on the trains. Boys of ten and twelve years go fifteen and twenty miles out of town, and it is about time that something radical was done to prevent this dangerous prac tice. The Italian celebration which was to be held on September 1, but which was postponed on account of the ob jection of the authorities, was held on Saturday night in the eastern part of tfie town, Tliere was a band.jcfin.cer.t4 rehearsal at the home of F. A. Wallace, Friday evening, at 8 o'clock. A meeting of the board of governors of the Wallingford Country club has been called for to-morrow evening, at the residence of C W. Leavenworth. There will be a rehearsal of the "Power of Wealth," in the Eintracht hall, to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock. President Raymond W. Bolton has charge of the boards in the senior room at the High school this week. An aerie of eagles will probably be formed in the borough within a short time. The following committee has been appointed to secure the necessary num ber of names: W. J. Condon, chairman; P. E. Fitzgerald, secretary; James Doonan, M. Brldgett, John Clifford, Martin Loughlin and James Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Griffin and family are enjoying a week's vacation in Wor cester, Mass. Division, No. 1, A. O. H., fair com mittee will hold a meeting Tuesday evening at the Temperance hall. Miss Lines of Meriden. was the week-end guest of Miss Mary Griffin. 'A regular meeting of the M. E. Ladies' Aid societv will be held Wed nesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the parsonaga. The Jewish stores in the borough will be closed until Wednesday in observ ance of the Jewish New Tear 566$. A daughter was born to-day to Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Henry of Cook Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Andrews return ed to-day from their wedding trip and are residing at the home of Mr. An drews' parents, 59 Constitution street. Robblns Hall and 'Earl Talbot re turned today from a trip to the James town exposition and the national eapl tol. Advent cottages services will be held to-morrow evening at the residence of Rev. Henry Stone, North Orchard street. Chflrlcs Strong, TJ, 6. mall carrier, 4s entertaining Miss Laura Strong of New Haven at his home on the South Col ony boulevard. Patrick Sullivan and Robert Hassett entered Tale Business college to-day. Miss Mabel Robinson will enter the State Normal school at New Haven this week. v The Wallingford ram' corps will hold a meeting at the Y. M. C. A. to morrow evening at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of electing officers. and there were also fireworks and a parade.' . , John Glllicks has deeded to Russell Leach ten acres of woodland on West mountain. The Connecticut Fat Men's associ ation will hold its seventh annual sheep barbecue -at Lake Compounce next Thursday evening. The theatrical season at Lake Com pounce closed Saturday night. Henry Williams and wife, of the Bradley house, are spending a week's fishing at Bantam Lake, Litchfield. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Heinrich are visiting in New York for a week. Enoch Nichols, Rayme Maynard, Joseph Doollttle and William Thomas left to-day to attend the G. A. R. con vention at Saratoga. GREAT FIGIITIXG MACHINE. Americans at Casscl View German Army Maneuvers. Cassel, Germany, Sept. 9. The American officers who are attending the German army maneuvers in this vicinity as the guests of Emperor Wil liam were ten hours in the saddle to day riding up and down the lines, which extended nearly 25 miles, un der the guidance of Major Von Koer ner, the German military attache at Washington who has been detailed to attend on the American officers. The latter left the Imperial party and vis ited as much of the maneuver grounds as the day's maneuvers would allow and reached a fine position for see ing the only engagement of the day, an infantry encounter between the 10th division of the Tenth corps with a division of the Seventh corps. The general Impression formed by the Americans was that the German army is a splendid fighting machine. Some of tfio regiments did 22 to 24 mile? during the day, marching with full equipment. Like all troops of the German army, the men engaged had been training six weeks for the ardu ous work of the maneuvers, some times going 25 miles march several times weekly. Emperor William will bivouac In the field to-night. BENEFIT FOR PCTILLA. His Italian Band Will Play at Poll's Sunday Evening. Manager Poll has come to the res cue of Prof. Lorenz Pupllla's Italian band and a testimonial benefit will be given them at Poll's new theater on Sunday evening, Sept. 15, at 8:15, when a sup?rb program will be ren dered by this organization ot fifty pieces. The troubles of this organization, no fault of their own, have been ex ploited In the papers fully and as 'a compliment to their artistic merits and with his usual promptness in such matters Manager Poll has arranged this benefit. Tickets will g on sale Thursday at the box office of Poll's new theater. FIREMEN TO DANCE. Coveites Planning Erent for Shore ham, Sept. 19. The Morris Cove fire department will give a dance at the Shoreham hotel, Thursday evening, September 19. The Cove firemen are raising a fund with which to build a hose house. Landlord James F. Toole of the Shoreham, has given the firemen the free use of the hotel for the da-nee. The committee on lighting of the Morris Cove Improvement association has reported that about one-helf of a fund of $350 to be used for installing street lights has been collected"1 by subscription of the Cove residents. The lighting of the streets will begin this winter. It is proposed to have 16 gas lamps. WILSON RETT) WRIGHT. The death of Wilson Reed Wright occurred Sunday night at his b6me, 51 Edwards street, following an apo plectic stroke, which cftmo nearly two weeks ago. He was In the 81st year of his age. Mr, IWrlght was employed for many years by the New Haven Steam Heating company. He was a member of Washington council, O. U. A. M. He was an old and esteemed New Haven resident. The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon at 2:jl0 o'clock from his late residence. Want to Keep Tour Cook? Whether that cook be your wlfa or an employs, you can keep her In a better humor if Irou GET GOOD COAL for her Uie. If you don't look- out for war! Ask her where to get the BEST CSm -FOR CASH $6.80 and she'll tell you. 'mone 920, Write or Call. McCusker&Schroeder Temporary Ofllne, Ilootn 8, Poll Building, 23 Chore M Upstair. Oao FllrW. Tko-ZrUiator. Are the Dressiest Shoes Seen Anywhere, And as for comfort and durability they are unexcelled. We are told every day it's the only shoe they can put on and wear all day the first day. Ladies' Sorosis cost $3. 50 and $4.00 Our infants' and Chil dren's SOROSIS are even better than the Women's if such a thing is possible. - Sorosis Shoe Co. i A, II. GREENWOOD. Ire. 814 Chapel St. Ladies' Shoes Shined Free. OA Sept i. Of. Store News Green Ginger Root, 12c lb, for preserving. Edam Cheese, 35 cents im ported for Summer usein small tins. Canteloupe Melons. Genuine r . Rocky Fords from Colorado, In today. "Razorback" su?ar cured Baton. Fresh arrival from old Virginia. The process of cure is . identical with that of the famous Smithfield Ham. The most tender ,and finest flavored Bacon in the world. Flitches weigh from 2ji to 4 lbs. each. 28 CtS. pound Rhine Wine. Special. 45 cases of choice and high class Rhine. Wines at an average of $2.00 to $5.00 a case below market values. An unusual offer worth your immediate attention. In the lot are Scharlachberger Auslee, Erdener Treppchen, Liebfraumllch 1900 and Berncas'ler Doctor. 381 S-f aXl S Suggestions of . New Packs FIGS, skinless and pre served, a delightful change in the menu. Grown in Hous ton, Texas, and packed ripe, after being taken from the trees, in sanitary sealed cans without solder or acid. Packed In glass jars In conven ient sizes. ASPARAGUS TIPS. "Del Mojjte" brand Is favorably known throughout the country. It is one of the better brands. The grass is largo and rund, with a flavor un surpassed. A limited quantity reached us yesterday. lOIINTtlLBW SlSON, CI, 918 CHAPEL ST.C. 1 THEO. KEILER fTTMBRAti DIRECTOR AJfD DMBALHElt. 409 state Street. BRANCH OVPICBl 408 CuapMl Amoti West Bavea. AmiOUNCEMSm. I desh e to announce to my friends and the public generally, that rending a readjustment of my affairs, calls Intended for mo may be sent to Messrs Lewis & Maycock, No 1112 Chapel Street. All work will receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 675. RODT. N. DUftWOJL, DEATHS. HODGES In thla city, .September , Ierl8, oldest daughter of Vernon H. and Theresa Peck Hodges, aged five years, five months and eig-rrteen dajru. Funeral services will be held at th Jiome of her parents, 23 Hotchkiss "street, Thursday Afternoon, Beptam br at 2;30 o'clock. Relatives and friends are Invited. Burial at conven ience of the family. 810 It FAMC Entered into rest Sept. 9, 1907, Henrietta Miller, widow of the late Mayer ftolk, end mother f Mrs. Al bert Zunder and Miss Fanny Fern Fallt. Prayers Tuesday evening at 8 p, m. from her late residence, 683 Whitney avenue. Services private. Interment at Albany Rural cemetery upon ar rival of train. Omit flowers. Albany, N. Y., papors and New York Herald pleaae copy. sio After -Dinner Cordials. ORANGE CURACAO SEC CORDIAL, distilled by E. Cusiner & Co., Paris, France, famous for making and pro ducing the finest cordials in the world. To lovers of an excellent after-dinner cor dial we commend Orange Curacao Sec. Recently im ported in stone jugs, and we are retailing them at $1.00 Per Jug : 0 m Nonpareil Laundry C0, (Incorporated.) HIGH-CLASS WOKK. We do the work for the leading fam ilies and stores. 271 Blatchley Av., New Kavsn, Conn ENTERTAINMENTS. 1 HYPERIONTHEATRE TO-JflGHT One Great Belasco Ntglif. DavlS Belasco Presents His Farasu Comedy, "SWEET KITTY BEtlURS." ' - 300 Nights In New York. Prices, 25o. to 1-B0. Seats now sell ing. Carriages at 11. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, SEPT. H, ' The Tropical Musical Fancy, "THE GBEEX MUD." Company of 70 Joyeus Socgster With half a hundred pratty girls. The show that ran all summer at tha Majostlo theater, Bostoi. Prices, 25c. to $1.5). Seats now sell ing. Carriages at 11. G B. BCJV.VEIX, Jlanattcr. MONDAY, TTESDAT, WEDNESDAY, September 0. 10, 11. MATINEE WEDNESDAY. Vance and Sullivan Co.'s Newest Sensa tion, t "HER FATAL LOVE." Bsr Lem B. Parker. A Thrllltag Story of Love and Jealousy, Itegular Popular Prices. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, IS. 14. .tfntloe Satnrdiiy. The Big Musical Comedy, "GAY NEW YORK." Pretty' Show Girls. REGULAR POPULAR PRICES . POLI'S NEW THEATRE ONE WEEK 07 SEPTEMBER . Pally Matinee. Goo. Abol & Co. In "THRTOT! OT A KIND." 7 OTHER STAR ACTS 7 pou rnicEs Dvcitiiitr, ioc. 20c noe COc.. Ladle nt Dally Mntluee, toe.. MEET ME FACE TO FACE II Down Crjurch Streef They did walk Of shirts bogan to talk ' At the corner of Center She did "balk." ASK ME . About my CLUETT COUT SHIRT S1. 50 Each Jl Ha Sails Sox" Hen's Teeth Are scaroe (so they say), and so are nice fruits Just now. Still there are people who want them and those peo ple always find them hare. It prices are high, it's not our fault we buy as cheap as we can (for the right kind) and sell accordingly. J. e, JUDSONM Tha Mirror Fruit Store, S5fl CHAPEL STRF.ET. it won t cuiuu uuc in uio wash. Richard Hudnut's Per fumes and Toilet Arti cles. A full line at tha ity Hal! Pharmacy, Prescrption Druggists, NEXT TO OITT HAII ' 'Phone 813-4. The Universal System Yacimm Cleaner No preparation of room necessary! nor do we disturb the carpets or fur nlture. Everything is cleaned thor oughly just where it stands. No dust or dirt i:i the room. No wear or tear on the furnishings. Telephone 2700 and we will do the rest Book your orders early. Only Proper Way of House-Cleaning Office 36 Church Street' tlUt ,j.. hi., m 1., j LJ CHAPEL STREET 7 a -, . . y