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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY - 28. 1908.
NEW HAVEN'S MOST RELIABLE STORE TDne Qpeateti Sails OF FANCY COLORED 1 fKn. -rtt'TS-VV!n ll AND BLACK SILKS lTew Haven Ifflas H?vcf JJeowe OPENS HERE FRIDAY MORNING GLORIOUS colors fresh from one of the country's most famous Silk looms-At PRICES UNPRECEDENTED. Two of our big windows show a small fraction of the color-variety, but this window-show gives no idea of the splendid collection that will be placed on sale Friday morning when you come. To say that the sale will be an event is not too strong because we have seen the Silks and we know how lovely they are and how Good and Cheap. The Biggest Event- M This fin Annual Tradle Sale It is spring let loose, you'll say when you see the charming colors and p'atterns. This price detail doesn't convey anything but figures. You'll have to come in order to know how important the sale is to you. At 44cts a Yard -7lct SILKS- iHE newest block checki, shepard checks, novelties in large and small Plaids, hairline and fancy stripes, figures, jac ouered effects crave and eav colors and designs, with the popular black and white ef fects shown in a bewildering array along with the brilliant color-show. T At 68cts a Yard -$1.00 S1LKS- EXQUISITE Fancy Silks, novelty stripes, novelty plaids, novelty dwigns whose form and color-beauty we can only enu merate; jacquered taffetas in grey ef fects; some new patterns in plaided effects that are equally indescribable the most enchanting Silks tor waists and frocks. We Can't Tell You Too Strongly About The NEW Black Silks In This Trade Sale It isn't at all likely that these BLACK SILK Values will be duplicated for many a moon They are the most Generous contribution yet to our GREAT TRADE SALE; .Good 9 Inch Dress Taffeta, 26 Inch Dress Tallea, 34 Inch Dress Taffeta let QHty. Sffct Quality. $1.15 Quality ' 44 Cents a Yard 64 Cents a Yard 78 Cents a Yard , : ; , Better, Heavier Taffeta, 26 Inch Heavy Taffeta, 31 Inch Dress Taffeta 7fct Quality, 89ct Quality. $1.21 Quality 49 Cents a Yard . 69 Cents a Yard 92 Cents a Yard 21 Inch Dress Taffeta, 30 Inch Dress Taffeta 36 Inch Best Black T.ffoi. 79ct QuaUty tUI Quality $1.75 QuaSiy 58 Cents a Yard 72 Cents a Yard $1.19 a Yard PERSONAL NOTES. Charles V. Seranton of the Charles W. Seranton company, investment brokers, leaves to-day with his f3mily and a party of friends for Bermuda. He will probably be absent for two or three weeks. ant visit with Mrs. Turley's mother. Mrs. Boyer of Asylum street. Miss Uose McKern and Miss Kath ryne Doolan h,ave returned from a vis it with friends in Danbury. of Brooklyn, have rrturned home after a few days' visit with Mrs. John Schul theiss of 164 Harriet street. I I'KAP VKAU MASQUERADE. I with a Quaker maid and Vncle Sam lavished his favors on ever' country ', alike. It certainly was a most aplen ' did success, and the program of i twelve dances was all too abort for ' those who have been planning for the : affair for some weeks. But it must I have been very gratifying to the com j mlttee who arranged the entertain j ment to hear such enthusiastic praise on every hand. The music, which was splendid, was of course a great portion to the even ings enjoyment, and it was furnished by Dreisbach's orchestra with Mr. Stanford at the piano. The committee were: Miss Loretta Reynolds, chair lady; Miss Mary Campbell, Miss Julia Kennedy. Miss Margaret Flynn, Miss Mary Reilly, Miss Bessie McKiernan, MUs Kath ryn Toole. FRENCH LINE. Cuuiili ueaeraie Tranaatlutltia. Direct Line to HA VRB PARIS, Franc Sailing every THURSDAI. 10 a. m. From Pier 42. North River. New York. La Savol IanLh I La Provence Jarch 15 La Bretagne !arc? 1? La Touraine March 2 La Savoie April : La Provence April 9 Twln-nerew at earner. Apply to French Una. 1 State St. N. T. or Sweeter & Kelsey. lot Church Su Bishop Co, 111 Orange BU Parts- Co- II Orange St E. W. Taif and A. B. Timm are reg istered at the Breslin, New York. Mrs. Jeannette Tarsons of iMxwell avenue, is. spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. William Davis of New! Tork -city. The Misses Inez and Amy Negbaur j have returned to their home in Win- throp avenue, from a delightful visit with their sister, Mrs. Borckn of New York city. Mrs. Alice M. Phelps of Essex, who has been visiting with her cousin. Mrs. George F. Beardsley of Rosette street, has returned home. Mrs. J. A. Carr and dusshter Mae of West Carlisle street have returned from an extended visit with relatives in West Quincy, Mass. Mrs. Frank Xeal of Boston is visit ing Miss Ethel Burnham of Fitch street. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hendrii ks and I daughter Olive of Xewhall street have I been spending a few days with their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Allger of Waterbury. i Miss Helen P.ourke of 59 Day street and "Miss Julia Leary of Oak place have returned from an enjoyabl trio to New York, where ttjey visited friend- j over Washington's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Turley of Newj York have returned home aftw a pleas-j Miss Jersic Moier and Adolph Stearns Mrs. F. S. Bunnell of George street, is visiting friends In North Attleboro and Lowell, Mass. As the result of a suggestion made at the Cooperstonn centennial celebra tion last August, the Fenlmore Cooper Statue association has Just been form ed. Its leading members are President Eliot of Harvard university, chairman; Trof. Thomas R. Ijunshury of Yale un iversity. Prof. Rrander Mithews of Columbus university, and Rujyard Kipling. To the general membership are to be added the names of noted writers, artist and men of affairs. . Eetn the yto m HavOIWS BOIi j .Valley to. Member Pmt relive Awo rladon (live Dance In Music Hall. The leap year masquerade of the hdward Malley Co. Members Protec tive association which was held at Music hall last evening was an ex ceedingly Jolly affair. There were be tween nine hundred and one thou sand present, and there were about eight hundred of those who attended In the grand march. First in twos, Mien in fours, eights and sixteens the members marched down the center of the hall stopping the minute before the first dance began to give a hearty cheer for Edward Malley, who occu pied the center box ir, the gallery, di rectly over the entrance to the hall. Such an assortment of costumes there were gypsies. Turks, sailors. In dians, clowns. Chinamen, tramps, baseball players and Spanish gentle men, who danced with Japanese maidens, girls in gingham aprons and sunbonnets, dainty French maids, Topsies. Indian girls, Spanish ladies, and Puritan lassies Mefisto danced DRAMATIC INCIDENT Two Senators With Indian Blood in Veins in Hot' Debate. REGARDING INDIAN BILL Committee of Ways and Means Or dered Out of Capitol Despite Objections. Southern Pacific Passenger Steamships New York and New Orleans Luxurious Accommodations. Mardi Gras Carnival S. S. "Momus" from New Tork February 2G. Returning from New OrleanB March 7. Rate Includes Berth and Meals. E. E. CURRIER. N. E. A. 170 Washington St., Boston. flew York Jsjew Haven Q Hartford Railroad. Hit Washington, Feb. -A highly dramatic scene in which two senators with Indian blood in their veins car ried on an animated and acrimonious debate, marked the proceedings of the senate to-day. Senator Owen of Oklahoma, a member of the Cherokee nation, fought to have the word "late" placed before the designation "the Ave civil ized tribes," declaring that he wanted to record the death of the old tribal relations. Senator Curtis of Kansas, who is a part Kaw Indian. taunted his fellow senator with being "under the control of the secretary of the inter ior," and a wordy dispute ensued that entertained both the senate and the visitors in the galleries. When the senate voted on the prop osition It was against the Contention 0 Mr. Owen. Seator McCreary of Kentucky spoke on the currency bill and after further consideration of the Indian bill, the senate adjourned. In the House. The all powerful committee on ways and means of the house of rep resentatives was put to rout to-day and by an overwhelming vote was or dered out of the capltol to the new house office building, a block away. Various members of the committee led by Messrs. Ryan and Dalzell, strenuously objected to the removal, but they had only a weak following and their protests availed them noth ing. The committee's present rooms are desired that the speaker may have more commodious quarters. The army appropriation bill was discussed at length, and the provision for increased pay for non-commls-sloned officers and privates was final ly stricken out. With the bill still under considera tion the house adjourned. During the day Representative Lll ley Introduced a series of resolutions calling upon the secretary of the navy for all Information in his possession concerning submarine boats. AMERICAN LINE I U rhPkBBM. lAMthlM.ll,. From New York Saturdays at 10 a. m. St. Louis, Feb. 23. I St. Paul.. .Mar. 14 Phila., Mar. 7. I New York. Mar. 21. RED STAR LINE New York Doter Antn rerp. Zeeiand, Feb. 29. I Finland, Mar.; 14. Kroouland,Mar.7. Yaderland, Mar.21 Oiace, Itroaaway, New York city, riera 14 nad 15., Si. It N. Y. City. Bishop & Co., 18S Oranga St.; M. Zun der & Rons. 249 State St.; J. H. Pariah ft Co., II Orange St.; Sweezey & Kel ey. Ill Church St. New Haven, ood tf FEBRUARY 2. 180S. FOR NEW IOHK. 'i.Vf, xb.ba. tj.ui). 's.uu. xS.lL t.ib, lu;J0, a. Ui.. U.ui, - ul.it. 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"ii"4--. ;ss. ;. -4.2U, 4:d. 6.ii tio tjaybrooki; 6.4i!, "7:115, ll;a, lo baybluok), p. m. bundaya 2:ao, 2;t, :5a, a. ni it-Ja, 4:tiS. 7;05 p. lu. 1'cr Middietuwn, UUiuuttatic, Etc. 7. .to a. ni., li.eH, f.QZ, p. m. buudiya i.20 d. m. ur k.rlbur-e Fall, Etc. ;44 a. ra., 2:ao uo Sow Haruorlj, 4.01, 6.54 p. 11. vto WeaiUeld.J tut Waterburj 6.60 (via NaugatujK luncciou, :uv. n.'ii a. m., Lit :4t, i.ij, U.iv p. in. Sunaaya-;, 1:15 a. in., t:45, :5U p. m. Junction;, ;32 a. m 2:35. 5:46. :4J p. m. Sunday S.iS a. m.. tf.4 . m. l''nr IMItaRi.rii nnA ani.,M 5:55 1 via Briduepirt), :32 a. m.. 3:5a (via ISrldgeperu 4:05 p. m.. Sunday :6o (via uridgepoit) a. m. tor l.ltrllliel,l!l St a m Mil n , Sui)daya7:55 (via Bridgeport) a. m. Express trains. xLccal express. Ilfailor car limited. V. G. B1EHO, F. C. COLEY, tien. uil. Asa. Ctn, Pans. At, Iron Bed Sale! FfFTEEX TRT EX.1M1XATIOX. Toiing Women Out for rrlnrlpals' Clerks. Fifteen young ladles took the civil service examination for the position of supervising principals" eierk last even ing. Secretary Jeremiah Donovan of the civil service commission was in charge of the examination, which con sisted of an optional exercise In sten ography, and a compulsory one In type writing. . The rest of the examination was general In character. Five of the candidates have been act ing as clerks temporarily, and should these Ave be successful, they will in all probability be re-appointed. The board will meet to rate the pa pers some time In the next ten days. SHELTON. ( elal Jnnraal-rearler News Serrlce.) The senior choir of , St. . Joseph' church did not meet last night for re hearsal but will meet to-night instead In the chapel at :45 o'clock. All msrii bers are requested to be present at the meeting. The first public entertainment thai, the Shelton Athletic association gave In this place was a great financial as well as social success. The event took plae last evening In Clark's hall on Howe avenue, and was attended by about B0 people. The affair consisted of a two act play entitled, "Sons of Tale." followed by dancing. The play was a very pleasing one and was writ ten especially for the association. It depicted to perfection the trials of two classmates at Tale. The songs sung during the evening were very catchy and well rendered. The cast, led by Miss Charlotte Fisher and Lewis Booth, who were well supported by the Misses tngraham and Crofutt and the Messrs. Beardsley, Hotehklss, B. Good. R. Good. E. Ott. W. Connors W. Shorten, Baldwin. Treat. Valentine. Biever, Kru er. Searles. Clayton and Robertson. Mrs. N. S. Biever managed the rehears al while the musical part of the enter tainment was under the leadership of Harry Taylor. Between the acts Bald win and Shorten gave a comic sketch which, besides pleasing the audience avoided a wait between them. At the conclusion of the play the floor was cleared for dancing, which was enjoy ed until 12 o'clock. The association made over 10.J on fTie affair. Odd Bed , Dropped Pattern Beds. Shopworn Beds Reflnished, Thirty of them, mostly full size, with a few three-quarter and single. They have been priced at from $4.75 to $7.00. We piit them in this sale at one price $3.50 Brown & Durham Complete House Furnishers. Orange and Center Sts. Cash OR CREDIT. W. F. GHlee, Treat. Thoa. F. Connlff, V. Prrat. O. W. F. Gillette, Sec.-Treaa. The Gillette Construction Co- 6emral Contractors and Builders. SIS Malley Bldg., 002 Chnpel St. Telephone 3793. NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, STATIONERY, SPORTING GOODS. J. A. ivicKEE'S.. 930 CHAPEL. m m 1 m Jew Haven Una Mini .7 Z"rnD KEW YORK, THH SyMflSff 'Un SOUTH AND WEST c-wr FARES REDUCED. STEAMER RICHARD PECK. From New Haven- Leave Belle Dock dally, except Mondaya 1:30 a. in. From New York Leave Pier 20, East River, foot Peck Slip 3:00 p. m. dally, except Sundays. Time between New Haven and New Tork about five hours. Tickets and stateroom at Bishop Ss Co.'s, 185 Orange street, also at Bella Dock and on Steamer. GEO. C. BLACK, Agent New Haven. F. G COLEY, Gen. Pasa. Aft.. N. T. UirCT Tours ! Jamaica, W L9 I P a a am a, Saaalak mPiirC Mala, Trlaldad, Bar. WltO badoca, Wind war lalaada, etc.. 13 to BS Days $00 to 9340. Iluitrated bosklet on reouest ' Oroya Mar. T J Magdalena,' Apr. 4 Tagua Mar. tl I Atrato, ..April. II Luxurious Steamera of C.000 toaa. THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO. SANDERSON ft SON, 22 State Street. FOSTER DEBEVOISE, Flatlron Bld. Bishop ft Co., 186 'Oranga streat, Sweezey ft Kelsey, 102 Cburcb street Going South This Winter? If so, arrange for your stateroom, berths and sleeping-car accommo dations, and purchase your tldlieU of the old, reliable Arm of BUhop A Co., 183-185 Orange Street. Baggage checked from residence to destination. Also direct agents for all Euro pean lines. , . HAMBURG-AMERICAN REGULAR SAILINGS BY' STEADY, MODERN, LUXURIOUS, LEVIATHANS London Paris Hamburg Pretoria. .Feb. 29 I'Wa'ldersee Mar.21 Amerlka.new.Mar. 7 Penn Mar. 28 Saila to Hamburg direct. GIBRALTAR-NAPLES-GENOA Hamburg. .Mar. 31 IMoltke Apr. 21 Oceana .....Ayr. 2 Batavla. ... .May I Coinpaay'a Office, 85-37 Bruudwny, N. Y, TRAVELERS' CHECKS ISSUED. Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church 8t., M. Zunder & Son, 249 State street; J. H. Parish & Co., 8ft Orange street; Bishop ft Co., 186 Orange street; H. Bussman, 71 Orange street. The Paugassetts lost the first three games to the Echoes last evening in very close matches. The results were: Mills. E., 6; Rlebert. p., 4: Sanford. P., 4S: Coles, E.. 50: Patterson, E., 50; Pat terson. E., 50; Gal way, T.. 45. Harvey "You should have 'seen Hotayre swell up at that mindreading feance the other night wnen the blindfolded lady actually told him the number of his autwmonjie." Rpgttre "But he has no auto." Harvey Of ccurse nM. But n looked as tounded and acknowledged she was right.' Puc) Marine Record. GENERAL SHIPPING "NEWS. New York. Feb. 27. Sailed: Steam ers Iji Touratne, Havre; Rhein, Bremen. Halifax.. N S.. Feb. 27. Arrived: Steamer Pomeranian, London via Ha vre for St. John, N. B. Queenstown. Feb. 27. Steamer Bal tic, New York for Queenstown and Liv erpool, 228 miles west at 11:30 a. m.' Will probably reach Queenstown 11:30 p. mi Naples, Feb. 26 Sailed: S' earner Romanic. Boston. Queenstown. Feb. 27. Railed: Stacm er Oceanic, (from Southampton and Cherbourg) New York. Leghorn. Feb. 26. Arrived: Steamer Calabria.' New York via Naples and Marseilles. London. . Feb'. 27. Arrived: Steamer Lancastrian. Boston. Liverpool. Feb. 2. Sv'l-fl: Steamers Cestrlnn, New Orleans; Indian. New Orleans. London. Feb. 27 Sailed: Steamers Minneapolis, New York; Montrose, Hal ifax and St. John. N. B. Brow Head. Feb. 27. Steamer I,a Bretagne. New York for Havre, 15 miles southwest at 2:15 p. m. Will probably reach. Havre 6 p. tn. Friday. Naples. Feb. 23. Sailed: Stainer Buenos Avrcs, New York. St. Michaels. Feb. 26. Sailed: Stam er Republic tfrom Alexandria and Na ples I New York. Cape Race. N. F., Feh. 27. Steamer Caledonia, from Glasgow for New York, was 07 miles east of Sandy Hook al 3:2 p. m.; will dock at 8:30 p. m. Sat urday. Sable Island. N. S., Feb. 27. Steamer Philadelphia, from Southampton for New York, was S4t miles oast of Sandy Hook at 5:45 n. m., will dock about 6 p. m. Saturday. Starin's N. Y. & N. H. Line. DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY. PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICE Leaves New Haven 9:00 p. m., Starlu Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leava New York 9:00 p. m., Cortlandt Street, Pier No. 13, N. R. Fare 75c,, excursion tickets $1.25. Rooms $1. Take Chap el Street cars to Brewery street C. H. FISHER, Agent, New Haven, CtfBB, QLLAND-AMER1CA LIN E NEW YORK ROTTERDAM, Tl MUIOCNE Sailinrt Wednrsdavs s tier sailing list Twin-Screw Steamers of 12,500 24. ITil NOORDAM Mar. 11, A-ir. 15, May 20 STATENDAM. .Mar. 18, Apr. 22, May S? RVNDAM Mar. 31, May 6, June 10 POTSDAM Apr. 8, May 13. June 17 NEW AMSTERDAM. Apr. 29, Ju 3, Jy I Holland-America l ine, 30 U'way M. Y. Or Local Agent. JEW LONDON MARINE NOTES. New London. Feb. 27. Arrived: Tug Gertrude, with two barges from west. Sailed: Schrs. Inez N. t'arvor. Hath. (from Fernandins I. Noank: Flle Ho liday. Coleman, tfrom Port Reading), Hyanni3 White Star Line I NEW YORK-QUEENSrOWN-L1VERP03L 1 'CeHte, Star. 5. I M eltle, Apr. 2 ! 'Baltic, Mnr. 10. I Ilnlllc, April 1)1. ledric Mnr. 20. I 'Cetlrle, Apr. II PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURS-SOUTHAMPTON Mnjeadc, Mar. 4, 10 a. m.i April 1. Oceanic, Mnr. 11, t p. m. April 8. Teutonic. March 1H. 10 n. in. I April 13. AdrlHtlc, Mar. 23, 11 a. m.. April 21 HNew, 2S,0t'0 tons; has elevator. Gym nasium, Turkish Baths. Orchestra. BQSTON-QUEENSTOWN-UVERPOOL t'aat Twin Screw Mall Stealer, of 11.49b to 15.80 tens. CYMRIC, Mar. 18, 10t30 a. ra April 21 New Y-rfc ITAI Y and Hoaten ts 1 "u 1 Via A lores, Mndelra, Gibraltar, Alglere 1 'Republic, Mar. 7, noon; April 1$. Homnnlc, Mar. 14, 8 a. m., April 2t. i 'retlr. Mar. 2S. noon. May 9, June It ' 'Canonic. April 4, 1 p. m.. May 15. or piKua, ale, nppty to lownanj't Offli-f, J broadnny, A. V. or 14 State St, ; India Building, Boston, or to lwni) , K-'.iey, ICS Cburch street. Blahop J C. Ill Orange street: J. H. Parish j Co tl Orange street, New f1are toll mwf