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mi HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND- COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1907.
8 chelated. The couple J 74 Salior.stall avenue. will reside at J Tailor Shops, no Fifth cA venue ; n m M U M n u H U u n M H Merry Mion. Special 25c. sale of the most popu lar numbers of this famous musical comedy. "Merry Widow Waltz", "I love you so", "Home", "The Girls at Maxim's", "Cavalier", "March", "Two Step'', "Intermezzo", and "Valse", all at 25c. Music Depart ment Basement. $5.00 Trimmed Hat Sale. A special presentation oh Saturday of a very dainty assortment of up-to-date Trimmed Hats, fresh from the work room ; regular $7.00 to $8.00 styles. The price for one day only. 5c. Music Sale. All day Saturday, special sale pop ular instrumental' and vocal music. "O Lonely Heart", Andrew Mack's Song, "My Heart still clings to the old rirst love", "In Golden Field of Grain", "Flee-as a Bi;d", "Black Key Poika", "Musical Box", "Fiat terer", and many others. Impressive Sale of Fine Furs. f ilk . 5 jePW 717 iV n ih !m ,n n n M 0 H .H n n m n H U M w n n m n n Special $250.00. A superb broad-tail " Pony ", finished with handsome Black Lynx collar and cuffs. Value $350.00.; ; Natural and blended Squirrei Scarfs, long elossy full fur, in three models.: Regular value $io.co. ,x ' $7.50. Genuine Mink Scarfs, se lected skins and real tail. Reg ular value $27.50. At $20.00. n H M H H H U n M M H a M 0 H M Russian Pony Coats, Golden and Silver Beaver Scarfs. He invites your critical SI m n to n n )t n M n w )a la ) ') )1 W ) Twenty young people attended a , Hallowe'en party giveji by Miss Mar , cclla Quinn at her home, 125 Grand avenue, Wednesday evening. The regular meeting of Fort Hale lodge, N. E. O. P., was held last evening. EW YORK'S leading fur expert, who comss here especially to introduce to you the correct fur modes cf th: season, brings with him an extraor dinarily handsom: collection of Muff and. Scarf sets, in Hudson Bay Sable, broad tail, genuine Eastern Mink, Sable Mink, Jap Martin. Or again, beautifulBaum-Martin Scarfs, Ermine Scarfs and Muffs, Squirrel Coats, inspection. In conjunction with his visit, we inaugurate an important sale of " Furs of Quality" at moderate prices, planned ahead for and sele:ted almost six months ago, when furrier-times were dull, arid the mirket consequently in our favor. These furs, in a number of cases, are; individual pieces of unusually rich, high grad; char acter, and impossible of duplication ai the quoted money-savings. Come and in terview the fur expert, and laks advantage of these unusual opportunities. Special $110.00. Special $100.00. 36-inch Coat, of soft, beau ful, glossy, mirror skins, ele gant brocade linings, and fast eners of black cut jet buttons. Value $140.00. . Rich; Russian Pony Coat of soft silky fur) full length, with fnndsortie Black Lynx collar?. Value $150.00. Special $45.00. Russian Pony, very smart, style, hip I rgth coat, Art col lar and cuffs rimmed with mil inrv braid. Value 65.00. ; . Dainty creations In Ermine Stoles.Tle and Scarfs ; just the thing for dress or evening wear, $15. to $50. Stoles, Th"ows and Natty Scarfs, in Isa belle and Sable fur ; long soft hair, all even ly matched., $10. to $35, Exquisite Fur Scarfs, Stoles, Tie Throws, in Mink. $35.io $100. Long Scarfs wrth flished ends and larpe full Muffs with dark stripes. ; Value $20.00 set. $15.00. Natural and blended Squirrel Muffs, full size. ' ' $750 to $30. Isabelle and Sable Fox Muffs, American foxes asdd only in these. , $7,50 to $30. Pointed Lynx Muffs, light, soft and full. $30. to $50. Choice Muffs, with three to six stripes, in Mink ; all selected skinsj many wiih heads and tails, new and up-to-date mod- els. :'';;,, -v..,; - , $35.00 to $75.00- v Persian Paw Set, value $10.00. At $16.50. ; Odd Scarfs and Sets, value $25.00. At $18.50. ' Natural blended end. River Mink pelts, in long,- wide-.Scarfs and -.large pillow Muffs; skins well matched. and put to gether. Value $16.50. . ''. '-''.; At $12.50.; M Saturday $20.00 Coat Special. An opportunity for you to select an exceedingly up-to-date Coat at $5.00 under its regular value. These Women's Coats are in Broadcloth, Skinner satin-lined, braid trimmed, rlch'y finished with velvet collar and cuffs ; extremely natty models, practical and dressy. f tut : ' ' : -: ' . Saturday $25.00 Suit Special. these very smart Women's Suits are fullf $5.00 un der regular selling value. They come in Broadcloth, Serges, Cheviots and solid colors, stripes and mixtures, tin different models. i36" and 42-inch Coat jSults. self and braid trimmed, plaited and ciroular skirj'with one and two folds. . , Hi What Aboui the Wee Folks? We have prepared largely' for the little people this season nothing has been onvtted for their wear and comfort. The great Infants' Wear store, main floor rear, has a de lightful stock of Children's Dresses, Coats, Bonnets and other needfuls.; Bring them Saturday and make your selections while the stocks are complete. Children's Coats $1.95 to $18.00. Made of Broadcloth! Bearskin plain or curly, Moleskin Velvet and Caracul, in White, Red.lue, Brown, squirrel tints and leather shades and fancy plaids. Children's Coats $2.50. Special for Saturday : Black and White Astrachan Coats, 2 to 6 years, double breasted with fancy buttons. Regular $3.50. i Carriage Robes 95c to $10.00. In Fur, Eiderdown, Bearskin, honey-comb and hand knit;Whtte, Pink and Blue. Bonnet Special 69c. Curly Bearskitj Caps," in White, Navy and Red. $1.00 value. Drawer Leggings , 29c t6 $2.50. . In White and Black. Little New Bonnets ' 29cto$6.50. , Bearskin, Velvet, China Taffeta or Corded Silk, all interlined, in plain, close-fitting or Dutch ef. fects, with plain or full puffed backs; also pretty Polk styles and. numerous novelty models. Children's Coats $1.79. Fancy Mixed Cheviot, Black ground, with Red, Blue or Brown dot, full box style ; 2 to 6 years. Special for Saturday $1.79. Grace church, Blatchley avenue, ser vice of Holy Communion and sermon on "The Richmond convention." at 10:30. Evening service and sermon on "Truthfulness" at 7:30. At the Grand Avenue Congregation ll church, Dr. Sneath will preach, on Sun day morning upon the topic, "The Good Man of the House.' The Communion will follow, a'.so baptism of children. In the evening, E. T. Bates, state secre tary of the T. M. C. A. will give an illustrated lecturo on "Living Hymns," which will be Interspersed with the singing of well known hymns. At the Grand Avenue Baptist church, Sunday morning, the pastor, Rev. Charles G. Smith, will preach a sermon on, "Self-Examination," to be followed by the communion service. In the eve ning at 7:30, Mr. Smith will begin a special series of sermons and the topic Ik, "A Purposeful Life." t Fresh, new, crisp styles that are exclusive and orig inal "mark the models of A 1 mm Suits and Overcoats at $20 to 945. These smart clothes are absolutely beyond the range of com petition there are no others In the same class. They are cut and made by experts and the workmanship Is unequalled. "cAst the eTVIan Who Wears Them.' Special Suits and Overcoats at $15 and $18, which are ex ceptional values. ' . ... . .. . . ' men's amarbl rnlhtaes Clothing Shoes The communion service will be ob served at the East Pearl street 11. E. church at 10:30 a. m. and there will be an address by the pastor, Rev. E. C. Tulla-.'. The funeral of Evelyn P. Goodsell will be attended at his late home, 42 Clinton avenue, this afternoon at 2 oclock, and Rev. Dr. gneath will pfflc- iate. - The children in two of the lower rooms or strong scnooi, win uieir teachers, had o,n outing in the woods in Fair Haven East, yesterday afternoon, iand had a very enjoyable time. M M M WALLIJGFORD 84 Chapel St. . Frederick Whitney of Lowell, Mass., who is conducting a class of New Ha ven teachers In blackboard, spent yes nterday In Strong district, exemplifying his work. He visited all the" schools of the district and opportunity Was giv en the children and teachers to see the work of Mr. Whitney as he decorated the boards. Many of the teachers of Strong district are taking the courso, which consists of one lesson each day, for this week, Including Saturday mor nlne. This year the class has a mem bership of fifty. Mr. Whitney is one of the best artists In the county, along this particular line of Work. His influ ence has been . strongly felt In our schools. : "" ' v!; The teachers who are taking the courso are: The Misses May v. sian- to,n, Clara E. Dunham, Mary u. mo Keon, Helen . G. Stanton, Bertha Branch, Margaret Martin,-Helen L. Bonney, Etta L. Brown, Bertha fitur ges, Georglna Scott, Olive Woodward, Louise N. Thompson and MUHcent R. McDermott., '" The feature of school work Is one of the departures undertaken by' the Teachers' Art club. Last year a simi lar course Was carried on, when thirty, nine teachers took part. ; ' DRY TIME IN MIMTORD. Wallingford, Nov. 1. The members of the senior class of the Wallingford high school were the guests of the class of 1909 at a' Hallowe'en party this even ing, at the high, school building. The affair was & decided success in every way. (During the evening Hallowe'en games were played. A feature or tne evening was a clothespin race which Moved one of the best fun-makers. ! After the. games dancing was enjoyed until a late hour, music being turnisn ed by Miss May Stone, '09, and Miss Bessie Tr'ask, '09. The interior of, the building was decorated with cornstalks, pumpkins, etc., in the Hallowe'en style. Barn lanterns were used for Illumina tion purposes and the effect was such that one could easily imagine himself In a barn of the revolutionary days. Refreshments were served. The affair was' managed .by the following excell ent committee: Miss May Stone, Miss Myra. Smith, Edward Collins and Ralph TJnlacke. s i meeting at the Town Hall next Monday morning. " '"?". Friend C. Allen arrived this evening from Washington, D. C, for a short stay with relatives In the borough. ; The leading picture for the Imperial; Moving Picture company's show In the Wallingford theater, to-morrow, matl-j nee and night, are "ThefChicago Cubs and Detroit Tigers." . , .-.. WBMALLEl- ' The Metropolitan Store of New Haven. M ' l?EMALLMr:S ( U U U H H UU H M U M 0 U U K fir w FAIR HAVEN HAPPENINGS Amusing Poverty Party Daniel Foley's Successful Hunt Sub jects for Sunday Sermons Lessons in Illustrating. (Special Journal and Courier News Service. ) The T. P. S. C. of the Grand 'Avenue Congregational church gave a very successful poverty party in the par .! lors of the church last evening. It certainly was amusing to see the garb 1 worn bv some of the participants. Those who rode to the church on the 'cars attracted no little attention as if i the panic, in Wall street had resulted '). in poverty striking this section of the i city for sure. . The invitations to the 'liarly read as .follows: ' New haven conn Oktobur 2S, 190". ,'eoer Friend You air invited to atend a ! Poverty Social to bee given by the Y : p S C B In the meetin house chappel ! on next friday evenln at 8 o'clock ; Come and ware your old close. Menne I must not ware biled shirts or collars i and 'nekties, overhauls is good enuf. ! Wimmi.n niunt ware kalico. A list of lines for jewllry hare pins shoes laces hare ribbons etc will be posted up out side the door. These fines will be im ' iJ by a special kommi.ttee who will introduea strangers and befriend bash ful young menne. Bring a happy fase with you and spare kolns. There will be games and lots of phun. After the grand march a prize will be eiven to the, poorest dressed person. ' Tickets inter the phun 10 sents Yours the Kommittee ps a slight lunch will be surved In the dlnin rcom. venor, Beulah Stannard, Lillian Hurd, Lotta Wynan, Mrs. Chlpman, George A. Denison, Harry Provoet, George Stevenson, Harold Fowner, Russell de Eaun,. Henry L. French, E,red Butter field, Walter Crawford, .R. Y. Meyers, Fred Allen and J. Chipman. A new concrete sidewalk laid in front of William A. residence in Clinton avenue. Is being Warner's One of the very pleasant parties of the Hallowe'en was that which was held at the home of Miss Belle Slater in Perkins streets. The evening was spent in gamrs, music and story tell ing and a fine spread was served. Miss Slater succeeded excellently in enter taining her friends.. The callers were the Misses Harriet Thomas, Florence L. Barnes, Edith I.enncm Jessie Hunt ington, Bertha Huntington, Mabel Huntington, Mae Rowe, Florence Grcs- Whole columns could be written aobut Hallowe'en observances in this part of the city. There were some quite original ways of celebrating. On the east side a company of boys, wearing uniforms and en masque,, paraded the streets until a late hour. Near Grand and Front street there was an attempt to attach a waste paper, can to a street ear b means of a long rope, but the pi it' was discovered before it could be put into practical operation. The chil dren, garbed in strange costumes, pa raded the strocts until a late hour. Most j.eople put up with the fun, glad the young fry could enjoy themselves, but several residents remarked that the sport went too far when the peo ple at the Home for ' the Friendless were annoyed by jingling the front door bell and In other was'B. That was a case where no practical Jokes should have been played. ven hospital several weeks where an operation was performed, has returned home and is progressing toward re covery as well as could be expected. Mr. Gutbrod, who suffered a shock several months ago, 'is' abla to be around the house and out of doors. At the first meeting of The Pilgrim- club for the 1907-1908. season held last evening, at the Congregational church parlors there were, about fifty present. Preceding the business meeting an oys tp snnner was served. Following the hanauet plans were talked over and the ,'followlng officers elected: President Cliff ord D. Leavenwortn, Vice-president Herman A. Delius. Secretary and .treasurer Miles Od- WHEEL HIM HOME. Eli Taylor of Fairfax, Vt., accosted! Amos Rugg, who was pushing a wheel-' barrow, and asked him what he would charge to wheel him home, three miles, distant. . Mr.. Rugg thoifght'$2 would' be a fair price, and the offer was takon.? Mr. Rugg stopped only - once, then to take off his ''coat, and covered the dis tance In about an hour. , . FALL SHOWING; The litest models and materials for " ' Ladies9 Garments Our fall stock is entirely new and exclusive. We shall be pleased to have ; ydu call and look It over. r,rSt0VIN. ' ' 171-173 Orange S'reet. dy. '".'1 " '-;: Executive commltteeC. W. Leaven worth. H. A. Delius, M. Oddy, Rev R. G. Woodbridge, W. Frank Smith. R. G. Davis and family are moving from Quinniplac avenue into their new home on Fair Haven Heights. Mr. Da vis recently purchased' this residence fvcm the Flske estate. , ' ,. The funeral of Mrs. Priscilla " P. Phelps, who died in Livingston, Flori da, will be attended at the Memorial chapel in Fair Haven cemetery to day at 1:45 p. m. and Rev. E. C. Tullar will officiate.. Enforcement of No License Law Stirs Tilings tJp. Mlliord, Nov. 1. No more red eye for the town of Milford At midnight the no-licenese law went Into effect, so bright and early to-day the water wag ons were out in force with many old timers firmly strapped to the seats. In the "red light distrlpt,"otherwise known as the "crook," a stretch of road shap ed like a horseshoe, where Ave saloons do a thriving business, there has devel oped a rjreat literary and philosophical spirit and. clubs are the order of the day. Literary societies, philosophical and political clubs are forming , on every hand, while there Is contemplated among a few young men the establish ing Of a sewing circle. Of course all these clubs will have their private sup plies of liquor "for members only.'' Milford has at last thrown aside its mantle of disgrace and has risen tri umphant. The demon rum is no longer king. However, it Is suggested that per haps he still has the power of a trump card. Aside from the various clubs the doctors are doing a thriving busi ness in "prescriptions," and it is said that the physicians never had such an epidemic of stomach troubles, general debility and acute nervousness of the palate, as has developed in his here, tofore healthy little hamlet. No license hits the hotels and saloons a hard blow and its enforcement will bd watched with great interest. State police are expected in town every min ute now, but they will find no ' law breaking, as most every citizen has af filiated himself with some literary so ciety or sowing circle. There are a great number of shore hotels that have been dispensing drinks during the summer season especially. There to-day closed their bars and there will be nothing doing next sum mer When the visitors arrive. Probably, however, they will become effected by the general epidemic and get "pres criptions." Possibly there will be yacht clubs formed or athletic associa tions. However, tho worst is yet to come. ' ' A good time Is promised all who at- j tend the Union Athletic club dance to-j morrow evening at Lelghton's hall.' Ohr'S orchestra will render the follow- ing dance program: I Waltz 'Neath the Old Cherry Tree, Marlo; ' : ' x I Two step Captain Baby Bunting. Waltz Yesterday. '; . .. Two step Honey Boy, 1 V' .-v.-ij Waltz Budweiser's a Friend of Mine. Two step My Virginia. ; Waltz Tell Me Love's Story Again.- I Two step I'd Rather, Two Step than Waltz. Waltz Sweet Estelle. . j Two step Marluccla. Waltz Pretty Blondle. Two step Cotton. Waltz Waltz Me Home, Sweet Home. ' Two step The Great Divide. Waltz-New York Town for Mine. , "Ilk The programs for "An American Citi zen" have been received from the print ers. They are very unique In design iand contain together with the cast and synopsis5 off al the members of ithe company except two. - The programs were made up by Editor Benson . of "The Wallace." An alarm of fire was rung in mis morning at 3:40 o'clock for a blaze in the bakery of S. B. visei on center street. While lighting ft lamp some bags became ignited; The damage wa slight. ' ''.:'''. A PAPERS New Designs Suggestions for Treatment en Mrs. Jacob Gutbrod of 184 Lombard street, wlio has been at the New Ha- Yoiterday morning there was a largs attendance at the masses at St. Fran cis" church on 'All Saints' day. To-day there will be the usual services for All Souls' day. ..... . : Twenty-two rabbits and six part ridges was the score of Daniel Foley on a hunting trip Thursday. Tho marriage of Miss Elizabeth R. Himeg and Joaeph A. Jacobs took place at the re4J$nco of Rev. Dr. Sneath Wednesday evening Oct. SO. Dr. Sneath Clear the Skin . of pimples, blotches, blackheads and liver spots. This is readily accom plished by regulating the bowels, toning the stomach, stimulating, the liver, freeing the blood of impurities with a course of Soldeverywbere. Inboxesl0cand25c. To-morrow morning on the 10:25 train from 'Newark, N.J., the remains of Mrs. Ida A. Norton, widow of Addison Nor ton will be brought here for burial In the Center street cemetery, Where ser vices will be held. i A' pool match has "been arranged be tween the Hancock lodge, of South Meriden.'and Accanaut lodge, No. 71, . I. O. O. F. The loser must pay for an oyster supper. The first game will be playedhere next Monday evening.' : Mrs. Howard E. Parker left this af ternoon for a short stay at' Hartford. Masses Will be said at the Holy Trin ity church to-morrow morning at 5:30 and 8 o'clock. Mrs. William O. Post returned this afternoon from a stay at Deep River. The selectmen will hold their regular mmli : i I It's the Inside M the Outside ' of a Store that Tells the Story. S- Our stock of china and glnssware novelties and standard goods would space permit a full display, would 4 rival in beauty, vastness and variety many a metropoU- 5 tan store. It's worth your wlule once in a while to visit J and sec what New Haven shows. A. F WYLIE, 821 Cbopsl St. $ Successor to John Bright & Co. ' ' i.mH-m4