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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COUEIER, THURSDAY. - JANUARY 30, .1908.
DERBY , ANSONIA SHELTON DERBY. (Special Journal-t curler Xrw-Ser Ice.) Miss Alice Cunningham of this city and John Kirchhofam of Philadel phia, were quietly married in St. Mary's church yesterday morning at 7 o'clock. Rev. R. F. Fitzgerald offi ciating. The young couple were at tended by Miss Mary McGlynn, a cousin of the bride, and Thomas Car roll, both of this city. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride on Lafayette street, at which were pres ent the Immediate members of both families. Mr. and Mrs.' Kirchhofam left later in the day on an extended wedding. They will make their home In Philadelphia. X Reliable Remedy 3ATARRH :iy's Cream Balm The nomination of Captain S. E. Chaffee as postmaster of this city has been confirmed by the senate. The commission will be received shortly. ' The R.'M. Bassett Co.'s polo team j will play the Fountains at Ansonia V this evening, and the Paugassetts will I play the Storms at the latter's quar ters on Elizabeth street. ' ansonia; j fSpeoln! Journal.C'nnrler n-iervce.) r' Augustine Teetkea pleaded not guilty i when charzed with the theft of $90 j from Joseph Teroadenscki In the local . police court yesterday. Judge Bryant j then continued the case until next Monday upon request of 'Attorney C. C. Ford. The police believe there is an i accomplice of Teetkea's whom they be : lieve they have secured In the person of Adam Delinskt, who was arrested yesterday at noon. He will be given a I hearing- this morning and the case will undoubtedly be continued until Mon day as Teetkea's was. Teetkea. was taken to the New Haven jail under $500 bonds. I A large attendance is expected to be present at the basketball game and dance that Is to be held this evening , 'in the opera house. The all-Ansonla , ;team Is to meet fhe strong Se-nate . basketball team of Bridgeport. A large ) delegation is to accompany the team to thl gclty. Music for dancing Is to fee furnished by Zlegler's orchestra. : Chief Ellis took steps yesterday to get Frank Rlva, who is alleged to have stolen Jewelry valued' at $8,000 from the home, of Mr, and Mrs. C. F. Brook er.. from New Tork. to this state, for trial. He went yesterday to Harfford 'and got the governor to sign the requisition papers. -Today he will go to Albany to get Governor Hughes' signature. Then the chief will go di rect to New Tork where Riva is being held, charged with bringing stolen goods into the state.-. i. Aulcklv absorbed. &iv Relief at Once. i cleanses, soothes, eals and protects brans resulting from Catarrh and drive iway aCold in the Head, quickly. Restore; che Senses of Taste and Smell. Full siz 50 cts. at Druggists or by mail. Liqui Cream Bairn fcr use in atomizers 75 cts. Ely Brothers, 56 Warren Street, Kew Yot i SHELTON. (Special Journnl-Ccurler Xew-Servlee.) News was received here yester'day of the death of Mrs. Ellen E. Laborie, j wife of Ephralm Laborie, of the cen-; ter, who passed away suddenly late ; Tuesday evening. She was thirty-1 sevth years old and is survived by her husband and a young daughter and son. "Priscilla" is the name our famous Dollar Corset East Store. Savings of I -3 or more in the Mill End Rug Sale ' jjl Basement. 1 rirMjii The local fire company's pool team will go to Derby thb evening, : where it will try conclusions with the Hotch kiss Hose company's team. A large delegation will accompany the team. SOUTHINGTON; (Special Journnl-Ccurlrr Newa-Serrlce.i Southington, Jan. 29. There Is' to be a new corporation in town. It Is to be the Hemingway-Lewis company and its business Is to be insurance. The new company has been duly In corporated and the building which is being erected north of the First Con gregational church Is to be used as the office of the new company. It will be mostly a fire insurance business, but some life insurance will also be taken up. Mr. Lewis is the former town clerk and a very capable business man, and his partner, Mr. Hemingway is an experienced business man. The new company's efforts should be crowned with success. Selectman A. M. Lewis says that the record this month will surpass any in the history of the town in respect to the number of tramps harbored." So far this month over 300 have enjoyed the shelter of the town farm lodging house, the maximum number being twenty-four and the minimum seven. This is a record and will completely eclipse anything previous. In this re gard Southington can vie with most towns of the country. Possibly the quarters are too comfortable. The wave of pool which has struck this town Is wonderful and has fairly set the sports on fire. One apparent result is a match game for Friday night .for $50 between two local sharks. The game is to be for150 points and will be played at the Brad ley house. The tournament is attract ing a great deal of attention. Last night Buck was defeated by Wrinn, 100 to 74. To-night Adams and Horan played. 'immmm as;-.. n tjuf w i a Rounding out its second and final waek, the Mill End Sale still adheres to the continuous round of bargain giving with unabated vigor. A large amount of merchandise fresh from the mills has been received for Thursday's selling. All departments present values which for bargain strength compare most favorably with the first-day offers of the Mil End Sale. This fact alone emphasizes the real scope and magnitude of the Mill End movement, ' t , , , mM, , " , , , , i,w,hii , j Four Very Attractive Mill End Dress Goods Offers. 69c Serge and Henrietta, At 39c yd. , The Henrietta, is an excellent quali ty with soft silky finish, 40 inches wide. Pura wcol Foule and French Serges in 38 inch width, these are very fine appearing and durable cloths. Both 69c values. Sale Price, 39c yd. $1.25 Tailor Suitings, At 49c yd. Very stylish Tailor Suitings, all wool fabrics, 54 in. wide. These are odd pieces remaining after filling Spring orders. Color3 are grays, tans, greens and r.avy blue in attract ive striped effects. At 49c yard. $1.00 Wool Serge, At 49c yd. A full range of colors and black in pure wool Herringbom Sere, all in the proper weight for Spring cos tumes. . Thi3 cloth comes 45 in. wide and usually retails at $1.00 a yd. Mill End Sale Price, 49c yd. $1.50 Herringbone Serge, At 89c yd. A very fine quality of Herringbone Serge, a very rich and handsom9 suit ing; this cloth comes in navy blu?s, brown and black; wit i neat self color stripes; really wortlj $1.50 a yd. Mill End Sale Price, 83c yd. v Mill End Prices Among the Embroideries and Laces. $1.25 Lace Yokes, 75c. Pretty lace yoke3 and chemisettes in striking band-made effects, Baby-Irish and Pt. Venise styles; regular $1.25 value. Sale Price, 75c ea. 12cLace and Insertions, 7c yd. Pt. de Paris and Torchon Laces and Inser tions in 1 to 5 inch widths, all very pretty pat terns. These ara sample pieces and are worth 12Jc and 17c yd. In the Mill End Sale, 7c yd. Embroidery Flouncings that arc worth CL 3 r J.A a dollar a yard, selling at UJv Ct U. Flouncings of fine Swiss and nainsook cloths, a lot of vary handsome designs in eyelet patterns; widths 18 and 27 inches. In this collection thm are also a number of manufacturer's sample pieces of all over embroideries from 18 to 22 in. wide. $1.00 values, some$1.2. On sale Thursday at 63c yd. See the New Spring Embroideries. 2kc and 1 5c 'Kerchiefs, 1 0c. Women's, plain linen hemstitched 'kerchiefs, also some with neat embrcidered initials; worth 12ic and 15c each. Mill . End Sale Pric, 10c. $1.00 Allover Laces, 97c yard. Allover Laces in ecru and white, suitable for waists, guimps and yokes; 18 inc i width;' regu lar $1.37 value.. Sale Price, 97c yard. JNTERTAM HYPERION THEATER OPERA Cavaleria Rusticana j (Rendered in English) BATTEM-l'S GRAND OPERA CO. ' Hyperion Ther.ter, Tlmri. Eve', Jan. 30 Tickets, 60c., 5c, $1, J1.D0. FRIDAY JANUARY 81. tf , MR. DANIKL SI LLY n a ). , In the Great Comedy Success, fS "THE OI.I)E RULE," f" By Jerrold Shepard M A Pretty Play MinRling Tears and M : Smiles. A- Prices: $1, 75c, B0c, !5c. Seat sale M SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1 ANTONIO MAIORI. Tamous Italian Actor and Company of i wemy-nve Italian Artists. , . In "II Pre e l. Donna." ("The Priest and the Ladv") -..DRAMA -IN -FIVE ACTS. Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c. and $1. Seats now selling. The funeral of John Culleney, aged seventy-seven years, who died early yesterday morning at his late home on Berlin avenue, will be held to-morrow morning from St. Thomas' church at 9 o'clock. The interment will be In St. Thomas' cemetery. The funeral of Miss Julia Mahon, who died at the home of her brother. Thomas Mahon, of Bristol street, will be held from St. Thomas' church to morrow morning at 10:30. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Booth 'will be married fifty years February 13, and the event will be fittingly observed. Therdfwlll be a reception at the home to relatives and friends. 'Judson H. Baldwin has been award ed fourth prize on Langshan pullets at the Hartford poultry Show. There was nothing done at the quarterly meeting of the directors of the Southington Cutlery company yes terday, excepting the customary rou tine business. O. B. BCNNETsb. Manager. THURSDAY. FRIDAY, SATURDAY. January 30. 31, February I. Matinee Saturday. Theodore Kremers' Latest Greatest Melodrama, "A RACE FOR LIFE." Heroic In Horse and Heart Interest REGULAR POPULAR PRICES. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 6. . Matinee and Night. Al W. Martin's T5ICLE TOM'S CARIV" , REGULAR POPUI-AR PRICES. ' THURSDAY. FRIDAY. SATURDAY. February . 7. S. Mntlnre Saturday. OrlRlnn! Production of "THE WIZARD OF OZ.' POLI'S NEW THEATER ENTIRE WEEK OF JANUARY 27. J. l I.nsky'a Production STUISSIXG GRENADIERS With Loalae Toiler, Maude C'orbett & Co. 7 Other Big Attractions 7 ; POLI'S POPULAR PRICES. Bijou Theater. SYLVESTER . POLL Proprietor. WEEK OF JANUARY 27 - BIJou Theater Stock Company, "INCOG." Poll's Popular Prices: 13c. 20c, 30e. Ladies at matinees with children re ceive special attention. Souvenir mat inee Friday. Dally matinees. Seats reserved in advance. TeL 5015. The auarterlv mpctlne- of the Peck. Stowe & Wilcox company was held this afternoon, but nothing of importance was done. Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. bunn are spending a few days In New York. Good Savings in the Linen Store. $1.50 Satin Damask, $1.25 yd. Extra good quality satin finish, double damask; 72 in. wide; r j?u lar $1.50 value. Mill End Sale Price, $1.25 a yard. $2.25 Unen Napkins, $1.59 doz. ! size, pure linen napkins; assort- ' mcnt of pood patterns; worth . $2.25. In the Mill End Sale v at $1.59 a dozen. 50c Tabic Damask, 39c yd. Mercerized Table Damask, 63 in. wide; soft finish; good wearing quality. Regular 50c value. Sale Price, 89c yd. 65c linen Damask, 50c yd. All Lineji Bleached Damask, 72 irches wide. Mill Ends of regular 65c quality. Sale Price, 50c yd. 90c Tab'e Damask, 75c yd. Heavyweight, pure linen, bleach ed Table Dama3k; 72 inches wide; select patterns; 90c value. , Salb Price, 75c yd. , ; 16c BalhTowe's, 12?c. : Large size, heavy white, fringed Turkish Bath Towels, 16c grade. Mill End Price, 12Jc. 9c Toweling, 7jc yd. Heavy quality brown Linen Toweling, 18 in. wide;, good wear ing qualitv. Worth 9c yd. Mill End Sale Price, 7ic yd. $2.50 Table Goths, $1.93. Pure, bleached linen Table Cloths with borders all around; size 8x10; worth $2.50. Mill End Sale Price $1.98 each. Cottons-Many Savings Here. 35c Unbleached Cotton, 21c yd. Heavy Unbleached Cotton, full 9-4; firm, clean quality; a good 3"c value. Mill End Sale Price, 21c a yd. - . 10c Bleached Cotton, 734c yd. Extra good quality Bleached Cct ton, 36 in. wide; regular 10c grade. Mill End Sale Price, 71c yd. 6c Outing Flanne1, 334c yd. Heavy Outitg Flannels in an assortment of dark colors; would be g3od valu3 at 6: yd. Sale Price, tie yd. 18c Pi-(ow Cases, 14c. 42x28J linen finish Pillow Cases with 3 inch hems; shoull ba mark ed at 18c. Sale. Price, 14a. 89c Bed Spreads, 65c. , Full sizv Crochet1 B-d Spreads in rich Marseilles patterns; the kind usually marked . 89c Sale Price, 6jc. , ". ;( , . t ; $1.25 Bed Spreads, 95c. Handsome Marseilles patterns in full, doubles Biz. B?d Spreads regular $1.25 vaju?. Sale Price, 93c 60c Bed Sheets, ,45c. Heavy bleachjd Bed-Sheets with center seam; siz's 81x93; the usual ,60c grad.-: Sate-Price;:'4"c. .' : 4 '' r V..:,.! ,' '. ..' ' 70c Bfd Sheets, 55c. Linen finished Bed. Sheets, size 72x90 with cent ?r seam; regular 70c value. Sale Price,. 55c. Drawers and Corset Covers, 29c. A counter full of Drawers and Corset Covers at this price; they are made of fine nainsook with dainty trimmings of lace3 and embrcideries. Many are worth 89c, some as high as 59c. Saie Price, 29c. 25c and 29c Corset Covers, 1 8c. Special Values in Children's Dresses in the Infants' Wear Department. x P.emarkable value 3 every one of thesj dresses. They are made of fine hwns and French nainsook with dainty yokes of tucking, laces and embroideries; skirts" ara extra full aid trimmel with clustGr tucks. ' $1.00 Dresses at 69c, $1.75 Dresses at $1.2). i $1.25 Dresses at 79c. $2.53 Dresses at $1.53. -Walking Petticoats, 95c. Women's walking 'lerigtV Petticoats in li?ht colors and shaded-blue "effects; the material is a fine mercerized sateen; double fbunces finished with rows cf tucks. Really worth $1.98. Sale Price,' 95c ' ' ' Regular $1.00 White Skirts, 68c. Thpre was a meeting of the com mittee of Investigation on the tax abatement question at the home of E. S. Todd this evening. To-morron- night the K. of C. and I. O. R. M. card teams will cros3 swords. The score of all societies at present is .500 per cent., and to-morrow night's store will break the score which is now tied. The H. d. Social club gave a social and dance in Germania hall this even ing. " Out of 1.400 tax Mils on the 1S0S tax list Franklin O. Brown has col lected 1,135. Fraternal Order of Eagles ife PRESENT HARTLEY CAMPBELL'S j MASTERPIECE, "MY GERALDINE" New Haven Theater, February f$ 3 and 4. ut Prices 25c, 50c, ioc. Tickets can ; Jbe ejehanged January 29 at Box Office. ' ; 'o eiua charge. J . There was a ver- pood attendance at the lerture given by rtev. W. V. Gray at the Baptist church last evening BRANFORD. (Continued from Fourth Page ) have returned to their home on East Main street. Buy Men's Wear Thursday-Unusual Saving Opportunities. A $2.50 Sweater for $1.25. That's one bit of welcome news for Thursday. These sweaters ara all wool garments in V neck style; two colors light gray and blue; sizes 36 to 44. Every ens of them worth $2.50. Thursday in the Mill End Sale at $1.25. h Men's 50c Linen Initial 'Kerchiefs, 25C 39c Suspenders, 24c. , . Fine cotton web Suspenders, strong bue'des; regular 39c sus penders. In the Mill End fc'ae Thursday at 24c. Boys' Sweaters, $1.75. Boys' heavy all wool sweaters in V neck style; light gray regular $3.50 sweaters. Mill End Price, $1.75. Boys' Paiamas. 48c. Boy3' cuting flannel pajamas in an assortment of good pat terns; usual 75c garments, a! ill End Sale Price, 48:. 1 5c Hose, Ilea par. Men's split foot "Beacon" brand hesr, siz?s 9J to 11; worth 15c air. Mill End Sale Price, llcipair. $1.30 dozen pairs. Union Suits-Very Low. "Holmes" & "Yale" brands of cotton and wool and pura wool Unio$ Suits at bg reductions. . . Men's $1.00 Union Suits, 72c. .,, Men's $1.50 Unrn fcuits, 95c. Men's $2.50 to $4.00 Union Suits, $1.9. $1.25 Red Wool Underwear at 65c. Women's and Children's Hosiery and Knit Underwear. Dr. Greorse H. Townsend of Stony Creek is a sufferer from an attack of j the grip. j Mrs. T. R Devitt. who has been Hlj for several weeks, is improving more rapidly now ani her complete recovery! at an early date is now confidently an-1 ticipated. j Women's Union Suits, the kind worth 75c, selling Thursday, at 39c Quite a good sized lot of tlese fine values. The suits color only with high necks, long sleeves and ankle length, real 75c garments. Mill End Sale Price, 39c each. come in natural They are the One more chance to buy $1.50 and A fir i O OH Silk Hfwidrv fnr " OOl I Still here, but selling fast, so hurry. Thse are all pure silk stockings, some have lisle feet. The colors are black, tan, pink, blue and white. The kind you always pay $1.50 and $2.00 fcr. While the lot lasts-98c a pair. : Women's $1.00 Natural Wool Vests, 49c. Children's 19c Cotton Hose at 12c pair. Women's 25c Full Fashioned Hose, 1 9c pr. Butterick Patterns and the Delineator for February are here on sale at Pattern Counter. ShartcnbownLbfinson Co' THE HOWE & STETSON STORES. Mis? Alice Goddard, daughter of I Sherman C. Goddard of Cherry Hill. is ill with an attack of the scarlet fever. The Wesleyan seconds will be the attraction at the armorv Saturday ee- The cemetery at Mill Plain has been FavrsW" omments on Herbert h. presslon which added materially to ef- ' iand. who is charged with a violation nine ti,. o,,.' ... .1, ..." fc..-tiilanWct bv the pafha.e of a pie of I RT.iPian'! illustrated lecture on , feet of his narrative. The lecture next ; of excise law. will come up in th defeated the regular Wesleyan team j ,aml a',inin twice this weapon and expect to be aMej to administer the same medicine to the Pearv's Progress to the Pole.- cmv Tuesday evening will be on "The Fed- I Uranford town court at 9, o clock next I tinue to lie hesr.Von all sides fromicration cf the World." and 'Hamilton ; eaturnay morning: Krosecator Uownc ' those who auended it. The descrip-, Holt, editor of the "Indpendent," will; of Walllneford will conduct the case The TVilford avenue whist rluh met tmns cf life in those friaid reitions was' be the lecturer. i for the state and the defendent will b Middletown team which 13 scheduled j Monday evening at the home of Mrs. in the highest decree realistic and the j for Saturday evening. jChailes TV. Covert on that street. ; represented by Attorney William Kn- ( speaker had a felicitous manner of ex-j The case of the State vs. TV- A. Row- nca? uf Jvaiigatuck.'