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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1908.
h 1 SALE OF Black and Colored Silks and Black and Colored Dress Goods. 1 Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather this annual sale of Black and Color ed Dress Goods and Silks proved an irresistible attraction. Those who were prevented bjrthe storm from participating in the values, may come tomorrow or any time this week for the variety is so great that there is enough for everyone in New Haven. Particular attention is called to; these two exceedingly GREAT OFFERINGS : . . Fancy Colored Silks. About 8,000 yards to choose from, at 69c instead of $1.00 and $1.25. The Silks involved in this sale are all the latest spring styles of Taffetas, Louisines, Brocaded Plaids and Fancy Taffetas in Dresden effects. It is the most beautiful collection of silks ever shown here and the colorings charmingly pretty. This is an offering of a most unusual kind and af fords silk buyers an opportunity to purchase mate rials for dresses, waists and drop skirts at enormous savings." Values range from 1.00 to 1.25 a yard. r rvc Sale Price. yg Foulard Silks. 85c and $1.00 a yard quality now 69c a yard, Those who appreciate the beauties of this rich soft clinging silk will welcome this opportunity of "tJUfphSStrig Foulard Silks at decisive reductions. There is a nice range of styles and colorings suita ble; for dresses and waists. Abetter occasion was rtever presented to provide for the coming season by buying .materials for several dresses and waists at a saving. Values 85c and 1.00. Sale price, (c fay i. D HAD ELECTION toea Choose Officers of the ?6iaYil2Atrift?atr Annual h ., .v ? Meeting. REVISION OF THE BY-LAWS i i ft HOSPITAL MXS HERE. ?i"M,liefi4i Store; 1'8P8 to be Made by i Committee In the .... .-- - -. The annual meeting of Co. D was ( (1ield last evening under the command t Cptaln Arnon A. Ailing. Election t f officers and committees wag held, , .estiltlng as follows: Private Herman 'jf. BUI, treasurer; Private R. A. Fowler, ' Secretary; Private Charles A. Phelps, rolledtor. : I Court martial eommitte-Lieut. Hen I y A. Beefctt) Seret. lwrenee Servaty, Vpororal Frank Green, Privates Will ( rd- Busheerarid "Walter Avery. Recruiting committee;--ergt. George I '"HHIrrtan," Corporal"- Arthur D. Hahn, .jjook Clifford: A. -Buellj-Privates John A. Webber and Gilbert, i f Finance. committees-Lieut. William ;5owden, Sergt. John Welch, Corporal -iViUijm RffeyV" Private Johnson and Sick visiting fcrnmittee Corporal ftohn Mohr, Private Laplan, Helnecke Jnd Crowther. s; Uniform committee Quartermaster Sergeant Robert Liddell, . Corporal N. ;S. Seovill. Privates Danenhauer, Bish "hp and Doty. - : Armory commtttee-Sergeant Howard U Williams, Cwpora.P'H: A. Riley. Joseph Cashman and Charles s. svoied to have a revision of Hhe y-raws made. This" will be the j lrSTunflertaken since 189S. A commit tee ;Wilir-'.ba-iPint for this ;iTii also for a smoker to be held liter, 3ne new member, William H. Purdue. "Vai elected. There were sixty-eight fnemtrs present. y Women and Doctors Welcome Sisters of St. Raphael'. At fits Raphael's hospital on '. West Chapel street on Wednesday afternoon about 200 Catholic women gathered to meet and welcome the nuns from Pat terson, N. J., who will have charge of the management of the hospital work when It is formally opened next July. At this meeting there was inaugurated a ladies' aid society to be affiliated with the work of the hospital. Mrs. D. S. Gamble, sr, presided as chairman, and Mrs. Thomas O'Brien was secre tary of the meeting. A committee ot three was appointed to draw up by laws, the members of which are Mrs. James B. Martin. Mrs. J. Fdward Geary and Mrs. John J. Lane.. There was a number of doctors pres ent on Wednesday to assist the nuns and explain the work in hand, among them Dr. James Flynn, Dr. Hury, Pr. W. J. Shehan, Dr. .McDermott, Dr. W. J. Butler. Dr. ,T. J. Cohane, Dr. Sulli van and Dr. McCabe. The main build ing of the new fit. Raphael hospital was the Barnes residence on Chapel street, and large additions and exten sive improvements have made it a most commodious and modern building. Those interested are putting forth ev ery effort to have the arrangements completed early in July when the build ing will be finished and formally open JOLLY 81 RPRISE PARTY. J. J. Callahan Given Handsome Watch by Business Associates.' ' A very Jolly party assembled at the home of John J. Callahan, 25 Asylum street, Wednesday jiilght to have sup per with him.. Most of the guests were business associates of Mr. Calla han at the Howe &. Stetson stores, and the party was a surprise planned for the purpose of presenting Mr. Calla han with a handsome gold watch, with an emblem, of the Elks' society as a fob; also to-wish him success In his new business. Mr. Callahan, who has been con nected with, the Howe & Stetson stores for the past twelve years as buyer for their shoe dertment, severed his connection with that firm ten days ago and will open a series of stores for the selling of sample, shoes.' There will, it is understood, be one store In this city, one In Bridgeport, one In Hart ford and one in Springfield. Mr- Callahan has a host of friends who will be interested to know of his new move and wish him success. Among those -who visited him on Wednesday night were O. C. Edwards, M. A. Harris, J. E. Sullivan. L L. Well, J Bernstein. J. A. Lynch. O. A. P. J. Ford. J Griffin. John Flanagan, Charles Beltz, Smith. SANTA MARIA INSTALLS. Officers for Rhinehart. Beck, J. F C. A Poole, and F. -JU JVVillia- privates . i'A. Phelps f;I It- - EXTRA BIG STRIKE IN HAVANA But we have got a few CHOICE CLEAR HAVANA SMALL BREYAS, which we have al ways sold at 10c three for a quarter. For a few days 5' STRAIGHT Not more than fifty of these 6ccar8 will be soia to a tomer. cus- SegarStorea f OLIVES STUFFED WITH Anchovies READY CASH FOR ROAD. About $16,000,000 BelJevcd to Have Poured Into Railroad Treasury. The first quarterly payment on the $40,000,000 of six per cent, convertible bonds of the. New Haven railroad Is due and It Is said that this payment brings from $16,000,000 to $18,000,000 in to the railroad's treasury. The rights were selling in New York for $5.50, the highest price which they have reached. During the time the rights were on sale they have ranged in price all the way from $2 to the high price of yes terday. And the bonds were selling In New York at 119. From Inquiries made yesterday It appears that stockholders retained their right to subscribe for themselves on from 75 to 80 per cent, of the shares of stock outstanding. The regular 50 cent size jar (each averaging 45 Qlives) a lucky alighting on an Importers' end of - the - season over - stock. Absolutely fresh, perfect goods "Olives Amelleaux iarcies aux Anchois" from France. Special at B 3 9 a bottle. Along the .... "GREAT WHITE WAY" they are serving a new Cocktail, made from equal parts of Dubonnet and Orange Gin trapped. , Bottl Dubonnet, 5M.00 Orange Gin, 1.60 Florida Oranges. RICES DOWN. ' ' Perfectly sweet fruit, 'all 5c per dozen cheaper 30c Oranges for 25c; 25c Oranges for 20c, and so on. A great, big sweet Orange for 30c per dozen. California Navels If you prefer them. Fancy Tangerines, 25o per dozen. OULTRY CHEAP. ' Z. Fancy Young Turkeys, 25c. per lb. Very nice Young Chickens and Ducks, 20c. Young, Tender Fowl, 19c per lb. Sold full dre&sd. - PRUNES A SELLER. Those lO.pound boxes of large Oregon Prunes at 90c per box go fast. Y'ou should have a bos In the house. ' RESH VEGETABLES. Kale, 20e per peck. Spinach, 25c per peck. String Beans, 45c per quart. Green Peppers, 2c each. Splendid Lettuce, 10c. Brussel Sprouts, 12c per quart. Celery, lc per bunch. Egg Plant, 10c each. Cauliflower, 15 and 20c per head. Our whole grocery list at bottom prices. D M. WELCH & SON. ..-. ; - Now Numbers 38-40 CONGRESS AVENUE -WEST HAVDf. TAIR HAVEN. .. . - - , :,- 'ow Year Take Their Cli-lrs. The regular meeting of Santa Maria, Council No. 8. of the K. of C' was held last niht for the installation of offi cers, at whih District Deputy Kenne dy and his staff presided. The follow ing officers were installed: Grand Knight, - Philip M. Lynch'; Deputy Grand Kyiiht, Tohn T." Breene: Ward- 'en, John ,T. Cosgrove; Financial Secre itary, William T. Mulcalm: Recorder. James HcCullom; Treasurer, Thomas i prlces aPe ,hc ,owest for w h J rnfFw Change W XTihocl T; iui IUUI UIUIIC Ahearn: Lecturer. John Griffin Meats and Fresh Killed Poultry, The high standard of quality main tained by this store's meat department Is not an indication that our prices are exorbitant. On the contrary, -nnr HART MARKET COMPANY Gilt-edged Rhode Island and Illinois Turkeys, fresh killed. NATIVE PORK Sausage Meat, our own make. Choice Capons, Jumbo Phil adelphia Squabs. All the fresh Southern Veg etables. 180 Temple St. 500 pounds Fresh Fancy Off Shore HADDOCK, 6c lb. Sea Trout, "Halibut, Cod Steak, Herring, Flatfish, Eels, Mackerel, Smelts, Cod to Boil, Oysters, Clams, Scallops, Frost Fish, etc. Best Elgin Creamery Butter, 31 Cents Pound. FOR FRIDAY ONLY. WATCH SATURDAY'S PRICES S, S. ADAMS. Two T'lephontt. CMI 4SOO r 4201 MAIN M'OnH, ton, STATE AND COIRT STREETS. Brunch Stores t SRO Hunnril Ave T4B ;rnnl Ave., eon Homri Ave., T She)- ton Ave., 10a 1,105 q st. THEO. keiler FTNRRAt. UIKKCTOR AND EMUALMKM. iHH Stat fttrcet. IU.VCH OFFICBi 5S Camsbcll Arcaafc West Bavea. ANtiOUt1CErtiEHT7 i desire 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 & Miyeock, No. 1112 Chapel Street. Ali work will receive prompt ana caretm attention. 1 e itrnnne t75. ROBT. N. BURWEU. ' Undertaker 3SiS-taZiS o1 o c EGGS! EGGS!! EGGS!!! Strictly fresh-gathered, new-laid Country Eggs. No better to be had inside or outside the city. We never have or never would handle storage or candled eggs. Eggs are lower and will be still lower, unless the expected storm comes to prevent gathering. ' , To-day price is 35 CENTS PER DOZEN, " as many as you want. . Genuine Gluten Flour All of the so-called Gluten Flours on the market heretofore are from flour mills and do not contain any more gluten than whole wheat flour. Xc procure our Gluten Products from a manufacturer of wheat starch and the Gluten Is a by-product. If such were not the case, we would not be able to offer Genuine Gluten Flour for twice the price asked, as a barrel of flour yields less thnn twenty pounds of pure Gluten. Those, troubled with dlnbetes and desiring the most perfect health food will do weU to give these products a trial. n Gluten Flour, 5-pound bags. .... .70 Gluten Flour, i-pound package. . .15 Gluten Sclf-Ralslng Flour, 1-pound package .18 Gluten Breakfast Cereal, 1-pound package .20 Gluten Crackers, package .25 SOLE AGEJfTS FOR NEW HAVEN. A BUSINESS. which tases the capacity of the Store, the salesmen and the delivery service to the utmost does not need much booming. This will account for our seemingly quiet attitude during the holidays Just nat. We appreciate the nigral patronage we have enjoyed In the past, and will endeavor to merit a continuance of It J. B. JUDSON, 856 CHAP? L ST. THE 5IIRROR FRIIT STORE. THE S. W. HURLBURT CO. 1074 CHAPEL STREET. Native Cornfed Pork from North Madison, Conn. FORK TENDERLOINS, FRESH HAMS, v FRESH SHOULDERS, . FRESH LOINS, , , FRESH RIBS. L. C Pfaff & Son, j 7 AND 9 CHURCH ST Phone 1046. Home-made Sausage and Sausage Meat. ,.-, '- . " ' ' ; ' ' " 4 George St. 10 Congress Ave. 1318 and 770 State St. S39 Grand Ave. t Hamburg, 3 lbs 25c Fresh Liver. ... . .... 7c Fresh Shoulders, Pork 9c Lamb Chops ........ He . Breakfast Bacon .v ... 1 6c Pork Chops . . . ,'. .... 1 2c : Sperry & Barnes Sausage, 12c. SCHOENBERGER'S 61$ Howard Ap5. 11 Sbeltoa Ate. 21 Elm St ' 150 Greenwood St, J TRAXSFLATED EYELASHES. DEATHS. Reliable Remedy DATAROII ily's Cream Balm ii auicklt absorM. Cine ReM at Once. t leanses, soothts. teals and protects lie diseased mem- - irane resulting from Catarrh and drives iwayaCold in the Bead quickly. Restores lie Benaes of Taste and Smell. Full size 0 eta. at Druggists or .by mail. Liquid 3ream Balm for use in aiomhters 75 cts. ,-ly Brothers, 5 Varren, Street, Kew T ork. Advo cate, John J. Howard: Inside Guard. Frank Dougherty; Outside Guard, Tohmas Nefma.n; Chaplain, Eev. John L. MeGuinness; Beard of Trustees, Thomas Bradley. Peter ' Heery and Owen Riley. A social session followed. prime meats and poultry can be sold. A trial will convince you. Choice rrime Rib Roast Beef, Native Dressed I.amb, Native Veal, French and Eng lish Chops, Fine Turkey. Frcsh-KIIled Broiling and Roasting Chickens, Addresses were eiven bv Rev. Fa thr ! Young Ducks, Philadelphia SonatM. McGuinness. Chaplain of the council, I J. J. Kenndv. D. D McCalule, of t-Moine-s, Iowa. Philip M. Lynch, grand Knight, and J J. Devine. Sonps were rendered by J. J. Clancy and H. Don nelly. T. Ryier pave a recitation. The members of the minstrel company who are to perform at the coming carnival sang eevera: sontrs. Refreshments and cigars were served !n abundance after the meeting. The B. H.NesbitCo. Church and Elm Streets. BRANCH STORE, 275 Edgeivood Avenue. ALMN'G Tn Alllnstown, January 16. George H. Ailing. Mr. Allin succumbed to pneumonia, with which he had been ill several days, at about midnight. Notice of funeral will be riven hereafter. J7 P A INTER Entered Into rest January 1. 190S. Dr. Henry Wheeler Painter.' F'inera.1 at his late resid?nce. North Haven, on Sunday. January 19, at two p. m. Friends are Invited to attend. Jan 17 !t CARD OF THANKS. We take this method of heartliv thankVig the friends and neljthbori for their kindns and many favors be stowed upon us in our recent bereave ment, and also for the many floral pieces received. FRANK O. BLATCHLET AND FAMILY Cut Flowers and Flowering Plants. John N. Champion & Co. 1028 CEArEL ST. Basket 'Automobiles' Containing four -liter assorted Cor dials. Choice of assortment: t CREME DE MENTHE, GREEN. CREME DE MENTHE, WHITE. CREME DE COCAO. MARASCHINO. . MANDARINES. Rf SSIAX KCMMEI APRICOT BRANDY. $5.00 Per Car. Cordials sold separately It preferred. Prices on application. Eyebrows. Too, Will Be Supplied by a Skilful Specialist. In Paris and London, where the Idea originated, there are specialists who make a handsome living out of the process of transplanting hair from the head to the eyebrows or eyelashes. Only the brave and rich can patronize the new method at present, for be sides being painful and costly it takes a long time to accomplish it. The specialist works by putting in, not on, the new eyelashes and eye brews wherever they are absent or grow thin, and so cunning Is he in his work that not even the closest scrutiny can detect any difference. By means of the new process, it is said, eyes which are at ordinary times only pass ble becomes languishing In their ex pression, while eyes which were pre viously considered fine have their beauty much enhanced. This Is the way new eyelashes are put in: An ordinary fine needle is threaded with a long hair, generally taken from the head of the persyt 19 be operated upon. The lower bolder of the eyelid is then thoroughly cU-an-ed, and In order that the process may be as painless as possible, rubbed with a solution of cocaine. Thi operator then, by a few skilful touches, run his needle through the extreme edges of the eyelid between the epidermis anl the lower bonier of the cartilage of the tragus. Tho needle passes la and out along the edge of the lid leaving Its hair thread in loops of carefully graduated length. When this has ien done another and another lvngth of hair is eewed through the lid until finally there are a dozen or more loops pro.! ?cting. By this time the effect of the co caine has been lost and the operator is iblis. d to desist and put tf the further "sewing of hair" for another sitting. The next step in the process is cutting oft and trimming the ends of the loops, and the result is a line, f " - t thick, long set of eyelashes. It is the finishing touch that is to com? that makin them look like nature's own. When they are first cut they stick but in the most singular fashion, giving " the person operated upon the most uin canny look. The operator's next step.. Is to take curling tongs, made of sil ver and no larger than knittmg nee dles, and to give them the curve whlnhr" is essential to perfect beauty. Then -: the eyes are carefully bandaged- ,an4 . kept so until the following day.. .. ...... Most of the hairs that have beefl transplanted take root and grow; but " a few of them fall out. and haTe to 7 be attended to. For the first month - it is necessary to curl the new eye- , lashes every day, but after that they become properly assimilated, and it hV not necessary to glva them any fur-' ther Attention. Eyebrows are doctored in the same way, but there is not so . much pain associated with the process as in transplanting eyelashes. From Health. It's,.. A CLEAN HOUSE, A CLEAN CHURCH, A CLEAN HOTEL, ' . LhaL employs The Vacuum Cleaner. Telephone 2 TOO a'd get tha small cost.