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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1908. Ieispi fefasf opn n Excellent Values in First-Class Goods For Thursday Shoppers - A visit here Thursday will convince you that these are really excellent values." and more fully demonstrate that Mon son's Is headquarters for genuine money savers. t Stationery 17c One quire box of Stationary, 24 sheets of paper and 25 envelr opes, linen finish, value 25c a box, ' "THURSDAY 17. ' Hand Bags ; and Purses. ' Entire stock of Hand Bags and Purses, Thursday at, one fourth off Regular, Prices. One lot of $1.00 and, $1.50 Hand Bags, THURSDAY 75. Laces 5c a yard. Val. Insertions and Point de Esprit Edges and Insertions, 1-2 to 2 Inches wide, values 8c to 17c a yar, THURSDAY Umbrellas. Women's and Men's Umbrel las, plain and monnted handles, excellent quality silk, values $5.00 and $5.50. . '' THURSDAY f 3 75!" $7.50 and $8. 50 .Umbrellas foe f 5.00. ' These are all excellent quality and were made by the best -manufacturer in America to ouif order ' ' : ' Cloak Room. HALF PRICE on any Elder down Gown,-or Dressing Sacque. 1 HALF,- PRIQE' on every Child's Winter Coat, sises S to ( year. HALF PRICE on all COAT SWEATERS, Knit Vests, and Knit Jumpers.' ' . ( . . . . Black Cheviot 69c. " Black Cheviot Dress Goods, 60 Inches wide, valu $1.25 a yard, ; !l . THURSDAY 69$. Bureau Scarfs. BUREAU SCARFS. New de signsOn heavy linen. Cut out edge, 17xSS, only 39. Also 17x64, 78. , These goods art worth one third more than prlces acked. . Art Dept.. t(hird floor.)) Bargain Basement Clean-up of all MEN'S SOX, value 13 to 15c, AT 8 PAIR. ' Clean-up of COTTON UNION SUITS, seconds, of 75c value, AT 33 EACH. Best Women's Black Cotton HOSE In the city, usually ISc, AT 90 PAIR. Men's Fancy Ribbed 6HIRTS and DRAWERS, were 60c, AT 330 EACH. Women's Dept. Special valfues In odd lots of KNIT UNDERWEAR,- Vests, pants, and combinations all winter weights, must go at once. Children's wide rib fast black Cotton HOSE, full 17c value, AT 1210 PAIR. Men's Dept. Big values In Men's Flannel ette NIGHT SHIRTS and PA JAMAS. We bought too many. They must be sold. i Men's Underwear In all quali ties at very low prices to close them out. Infants' Dept. Inflants' Winter COATS and CAPS now offered at clearing out prices. Infants' Knit Leggins, and leg gin drawers, at prices to move them quickly. t Fur Department. First class Furs at the lowest prices ever known. Scotch Plaid Dress Goods 69c. Scotch Plaid Dress Goods, 44 Inches wide, value $1.00 a yard, THURSDAY 690. Black Taffeta 69c. Silks, 30 value inch Black Taffeta $1.00 a yard, THURSDAY 690. ; Long Cloth 1.50. Long Cloth, soft finish, an ex cellent, quality, desirable: for underwear and children's gar ments," value $1.75 a piece,." THURSDAY f 1 50. Long Silk Gloves. Long Silk Gloves In pink, pongee, lavender, wine, grey, blue and brown, value $2.00 a pair. THURSDAY f 1.50. Outings 8c. Outing Flannels, pink and blue stripes, good 10c quality, THURSDA7 80. i Mercerized Ginghams 19c. Mercerllsed Ginghams plaids and checks, value 25c . yard, , THURSDAY 190. Percallne 12ic. 20c Percallnes In black and colors, ' THURSDAY 1210. Comfortables 1.10. Sllkolln with good each, Comfortables cotton, value filled $1.M THURSDAY S 1.10. Table Damask 85c. Table Damask, !2 Inch, all lin en, cream, value $1.00 a yard, , THURSDAY 850. Italian Blankets. Italian Blankets, slightly soil ed, value 11.25 each, THURSDAY 690. Upholstery Dept., Third floor. le(isopii lefdsf oi0 A NEW SECAR THAT IS NOT NEW. For a good many years T. & o. Co. have boon making a 5c sogar the de mand for which has far exceeded the supply. Heretofore we have been nnahle to got enough to supply our Jobbing trade, but now, by an arrangement, the makers have cut clown the number of wholesale customers to a list thry can supply. Hence we are free to offer the SWEET BRIER ' at 5 cents straight, mid It Is a remark able smoke at tne price probably bettor than anything you have found for the money, . Try it on 5o. BIG GRAY EVENT t' Continued from Second Page.) H r Iled the music-desire with a solo, ' e Lieut. Harvey B. Munnon of the 3s committee, separated most ol ; 'veterans of a greenback each to- a the fund mentioned by General (i ir. auggcBiivu was maue mtii el nasu be taken, but a united cry from ear of "We don't wunt a picture; 1 '.aaven't the time" squelched It. iuhur D. Perkins gave a monolngue, r y is Noisy Osborn like a Tele- j te" he asked.. Because you have T x- . . 1 i i . . . . . sri iiirm uimi un int? niKtti 10 mane I stop." I Perkins said he was glad to t" II the lobsters present especially -ae. He tlten told a good story on enant Crabbe. An" even better in Dr. Beck followed that was not Mlv such as the Gerrv socletv- would ee- . .. Perkins told a story about Eddie - r, who got a rip in the bosom of ,'jjtrouserines' once when a boy, he j actual circumstince, so-called. ed on Colonel Osborn. It was ',jko have happened In Meriden the colonel fell off a scaffolding, ''mister picked him up and said the ,4 must have wen with him since '-id nt been hurt. "Well." fa:d ii lonel, "If He was, He wjs going iny Ruft was the next victim :'Joned by Mr. Perkins. He was saia tve had a certain experience w ith printed and distributed around the ta bles. The older veterans sang lustily. "Put me amongst the Girls." Percy Kiernan. who played for the Grays' opera, "The Geisha," last year, accom panied them. JPrlvate Somerset did some club swinging. There had been some un easiness as to what kind of clubs they might be but all fears were -put to rest when they were shown to be Indian clubs without a doubt and to the music oi "The Merry Widow WalU," they were fairly made to tremhle, was loud ly applauded and met with cries for "more'' at the conclusion. Veteran Frank Hamilton sang "Dreaming." He, too, was requested for "more.' but gave way to Mr. W3-nn, mho came up from Poll's through the courtesy, as he said, of Mr. Windiwh and Mr. Poll. He "was a winner," as was cried out at his ap pearance. His monologue was a take off on politics. A story followed on the double place on Main street. What do you call it? Ciiilds." Sergeant Fred Adams then sang an original song, written to the melody of "School Days," and full of local hits. The words were as follows: "Soldier boys, soldier hoys Regular darn fool poMier boys Marching and -.narchitig around ail day, Just to look nice in a suit of gray. The veterans al! have served their time. Most of the actives are in their prime. But reoner or later th-.-y'H say good bye To the beys of old Company F. Actives. Actives, A lot of jolly actives They run off a cirrus and opera or two. Then call on the vets to pull them through. Tou can sav what yeu like, it's no lie. They're a dead lot. unlets the vets are by. So take my advice and Join the ranks Of the veterans -of Company F. Mattoon SEGAR STORES, 808 Chapel, Corner Orange, FLORIDA PINEAPPLE ORANGES at 27 cts. a dozen are the best value in Fruit that we've offered this season and that's talking some, j, Telephone 283 for a sample on suspicion. Dozet $ .27 Box (200), 3.50 , J38I S-taXtSt- Gruener, Lieutenant Fitch, Lieut, Charles Barnes, Lieut. Amos Barnes! Frank Barnes, Fred B. Adams, F. S. Hamilton, Jr., Capt. J. Richard North, Lieut. Henry Townstmnd. William Buckingham. Fred Sperry, George Beers, Wallace Rltler, Henry Nansen, W. D. Srranton, Sergeant Page, Ser geant Bowman, Benjamin Tower, and ex-C'aptaln lsbel, now captain of the Blues. TELEPHONE CO. MIXSTRELS. f Jones, Coach of Company, Gets a Present. Every detail Is complete, and things in absolute readiness for the Tele phone club minstrels to-night at Music hall. The program for the first part Is as follows: Opening chorus Company. Song "Somebody's Been Around Here." Innis G. Osborn. ' Tenor nolo "That's What Rose Said to Me." P. Cronan. Song "All I Get Is Much Obliged to You." W. T. Nott. Bass solo "The 'Longshoreman." J. Richardson. Song "I'll be Happy 'Till I Die." Joe Southerton. Tenor sono "Dreaming." J. Schread. Song "Ta, Ta; Au Revoir." W. A. Semple. Bass solo "Drinking Song." W. F. Harper. Finale Company. ( Second Part. N Iewis Harvey Black face monologue. Thlrtf Part. "An Affair of the Heart." Madeline Harrington Miss Yvonn Robichaud Marjorie Harrington Miss Edna Battersby Hon. Henry Fellows., Joo Southerton Rob Fellow , . . . Harry .Tones Richard Fellows Innla Osborn 'Rastus Wilfred Nott Patience Demster, Algernon Fltrglbbons ..W. A. Semple Frank D. Nelson has been rehears ing the cast for several weeks, and the piece goes with snap and finish. For the minstrel first part the end men will be J. E. Southerton, W. T. Nott, W. A. Semple, I. G. Osborn, W. A Ay res. and E. B. Baker, jr. Slmms Embler will be the interlocutor. At, the close of the program there will be eighteen 'dances, for which Odenkerchen's orchestra will play. The hall will be effectively decorated with black and gold and large Ameri can flags. After the rehearsal last night the company presented Dr. D. A. Jones, who has been coaching the chorus. with a handsome pair of gold link cuff buttons. Robertson's Whole Fruit Sco'.ch Jams We have just received from Paisley, Scotland, a large as sortment of whole fruit jams, natural in flavor equal to the iiome-made, minus the bother, consisting of Black Currant,' ' Plum, Blackberry (with apple jciiy), Gooseberry, Raspberry, Strawberry, Damson. , JAR, 25 CENTS. woman, which, wh?n related was 'v Lth 0 united err from the rear " '!, n an o-iin c-mA " Just look around you " ' - 1 AnA u th j-tii'e kr tn.nitht 'then made eacH V? at a "Grays' i Aren , thev a nice little bunrh of tev " -v." the words of -which had been I Trying toJopk like big soldier boys? - Then look at the vets before you now. Come, take off jour hats to them and bow For you'll have, to admit I'm not fibbing a bit When I say that the veterans are It." Colonel Osborn was then asked to say a few words. He said in part: "Captain Fox, active and veteran members of the Grays: Really I have been somewhat confused to hear the cornipflon 'Once a. Gray always Gray, into "Once a Gray always a red necktie.' t haven't anytnlng to say ex cept to express a pleasure that grows stronger the older I grow and that Is that yoy have made me one of your members. I hste to strike a serious note. I think this assembly is good for the Grays, but I think it is vastly better for New Haven. "What can a man say whose heart Is full of appreciation of everything that pertains to the Grays? But your can tain would have me say something. Therefore 1 offer a toast with my left band, according to your time-honored custom. 'Here's to our company," say I. I go as far as say 'Here's to God's company.' " At the conclusion the announrement was made by General Bradley that the necessary money for the proeiirlng of the colors had been collected.- While those who were most iron-lunged made the air reverberate with their close harmonies on "School Days" and "!indv." the Grays drifted awav into the zero weather not without Not without what? Anticipation of thetr danee which comes the night hefore Washington's birthday. Among the veterans present were Sergeant Henry Blakeslee. who served fifteen years in the company; K H. Kerhy, C. P. Hendrlck. E. R. Adams. Edward C. Beerher. who was in the Grays In 15-: Gen. E. E. Bradley. Da vid Steele. Capt. Charles C. Ford. Lieut. Harvey Munson. Edward Oshnrn. Wil liam Sears. R W. Burwell, N athan H. Tuitle. Col. Norris G. Osborn. Howard Ru$el'. .Inlius Twlss. Tony Potter. Frank Wrinn. George H. BuMr. Ed ward Armstrong. Capt. Charles E Rounds. Arthur TV Perkins. Henrv Gruener. Fred B Thompson. Harrv k. Lyons. Charles C. Nichols. Edward Ta lor. Edward Eomers. L,1eut Edward C Moulton. John Ruf, Fred Norman, John B. Savage. Geerjra H Scranton. Ed ward Hendee, Oi'.. Charles E. MeCahe. Lieutenant Dann. Lieut, Charles Sm'th Lieut. Perry Curtis, ex-Capt. E- O. 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. THEO. KEILBR rtrxmiAi. ontRCTOH and EMBALM BH. 4M I tat atrevt. BRANCH OFFICE i 4S8 Camabell Inin, Wert Ravem. ANNOUNCEMENT. I desire to announct to my friends and the rublic eencriliv.that pending a readjustment of my affairs, calls Intended for mc may be sent to Messrs. Lewis & M-ycock,No. tin Chapel Street. All work will receive prompt and careful attention. ieiernone675. HOST. N. BURWELL. Undmrtmkw. DEATHS. COSGROVE tn Marlboro. Mass., Jan 2. 190. Elliabeth Woodbury Elliott beloved wife of M. E. Cosgrove, in her 51st year. Funral at Danvars, Mass., Friday. Jan uary SI. 130 It KIERNAN In this city. January 2S, Robert H.. son of Rosanna and the late John Kiernan. at tne resfdonce of his sister. Mrs. Walter T. Hohnes, 634 Howard avenue. Notire of time of funeral hrea?ter. j30 H Cut Flowers and Flowering Plants, John N. Champion & Co. lf2S CHATEL ST, Fresh Canned Vegetables All these vegetables are this season's pack and are of superior quality. We guarantee every one sent out, as the reputation of each brand is well known : 1 Asparagus, Artichokes, Baked Beans, Beets, Corn, Lima Beans, Mushrooms, Macedoine, Okra Fumpkin, Fimentos, Peas (French), Peas (American), Squash, Succotash, Spinach, Stringless Beans, Tomatoes, Truffles. t t t o1 THE S. W. HURLBURT CO. 1074 CHAPEL STREET. Turkeys, Capons FINE POULTRY. We have very nice Turkeys at 25c per lb, Roasting Chickens 20c, Fancy Capons 20c, Young, Tender Fowl 19c. IN VEGETABLES. Celery, 8c stalk, 18c per bunch; String Beans, 15o per quart; faull flower, 15 and 20c; Lettuce, 10c; Peppers, 2c each; Ripe Tomatoes, 15o per lb; F.gg Plant, 10c; Oyster Plant, 10c; Brussel Sprouts, 10c; Sweet Totatoes, S quarts for 25c; Kale, 20o per peck; Spinach, 25c per peck. FLORIDA AND CALIFORNIA ' Orangcs fV-oin 20c per down up. Splendid, sweet-cutting Fruit r FOR BREAKFAST. IiCiiox Farm Brand Little Sausage, 16c per lb; Lnox Farm Brand Ba con (sliced), 20c per lb, and Buckwheat Cakes out of our (Own Brand) Prepared Buckwheat Flour, 12c a package. A very nice Tabic Syrup, , Maple Flavored, at 20c per bottle. 1 , . D. M. WELCH & SON. New Numbers 38-40 WEST HA VEX. CONGRESS AVENUE FAIR HAVEN. TTTtttTTTttttTTtTvttttttTt i TTTTTTtTTTTTtTTTtTTt rfffT 04 George St. 10 Congress Ave. 1.116 and 770 State St. S39 Grand Ave. & . . t I Prices that Appeal to Economic Buyers. Good Caramels are hard to find. We have the best produced in that line, for we know good goods when we see them. Sold in bulk, 40c lb. English Walnut, f Vanilla, Chocolate, Almonds, Marshmallows, Venetian, Assorted. iILBERT 8S Pork Chops 9c lb Hamburg Steak, 3 lbs. 25c Smoked Shoulders. . . 9c lb Liver. ........... .7c lb Breakfast Bacon. . 16c lb Round Steak 16c lb Rack Steak. . . ... .12c lb Fresh Pork Shoulder 9c lb X i Sperry & Barnes Sausage. ,9c lb SCHOENBERGER'S 615 Howard Av?. 11 Slielton Ave. 521 Elm St 150 Greenwood St. rTrTTTTTf TtTTTTTtI Ever Try CALF'S HEAD? We offer them nicely cleaned and blanched, almost ready to put Into the oven all of this at a low figure. If looking for a good, sub stantial and economical dish, "phone us. K C. Pfaff & Son. 7 AND 9 CHURCH ST., 'Phone 1046. DR. CALVIX GODBARn TALKS. Delivered a lecture On ."Art of Being Interesting." The Rev.. Calvin Onddard gave a most Interesting and rntertainlng lec ture at College street hall last night, on the "Art of Being Interesting." The lecture, illusive as the subject Is, was nevertheless concrete and of great practical value. Though Mr. Godtfard was throughout serious in his treat ment, yet he lightened it by his lively wit .which kept the audience constantly amused. His treatment was very broad, embracing nearly all profes sions and analysing human emotions, but all the while carrying his argument forward. . The hall was very well filled and the audience unusual ppreclative not only of the humor but of the deep reasoning woven Into the discourse. Prime Meals 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, our prices are the lowest for which choice prime meats and poultry can be sold. A trial will convince you. Choice Prime Rib Roast Beef, ative Dressed Lamb, Native Veal, French and Eng lish Chops, Fine Turkeys, Fresh-KHIed Broiling and Roasting Chickens, Young Ducks, Philadelphia Squabs, The R. H.NesbitGo. Church and Elm Streets. BRANCH STORE, t75 Edge wood Avenue. Bakery Sale! THURSDAY. Molasses Jumbles, 5c dozen. Spice Cookies, 5c dozen. Fresh, Hot Soda Biscuits, 6c dozen. Loaf Cake, 8c loaf. All Fancy Biscuit, only 8c doien. Whole or half Hams 11c. Merwin Bacon, 15c. CHEESE SPECIAL lloverflale" Fancy Full Cream CHEESE, 16c lb. SO oilier varieties of 11k re. Freli Connecticut Ecgs. 85c dozen. S. S. ADAMS. Jaffa Oranges Ti not rnme from Jaffa, hot frara i Braliirntimn, Florida, Those "he have h them la former jr'am. or nlrrnajr this srnon no not nerd to ne told how lt(M,d they are. It I source of great sntlsfactlon to ns that the crop la the irrove from which e Bret our snpply In lararr thnn for several years. We wHI nrrhshly hare them for Inn months to pome. - In fonr sices, 30c. to SOe nrr THE MIRROR FRUIT STORE. J. B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. It's... . A CLEAN HOUSE, A CLEAN CHURCH, ... A CLEAN HOTEL, that employs The Vacuum Cleaner. 4 Two Telephone. Cell 42(M or 4301. MA,N "orw wbebt AD i Telephone 2 rOO and get the Branch Moren S3A llonard Are- T4S ! Grand At p.. 60!t HfiTvard Ave, 7 Shel ; ton Ave, 1S5 Lloyd St. small cost.