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This Special Under-Minlin Selling is one of the most im portant features of the great IWIMM1 S&J "White Pair". ancelled Orders and Over-Stocks of uslins isa DD9B from Gafland Bros, of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., go on sale Thursday at about the cost of making THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1008. "" 1 ' I Ill I III. Ill I I I II I E c Under I 1 ''i I'. 4 i II .1 f-Cl thi f c. 1 th I ;-i 13 1 a- -4 m A'. I Muslin Undergarments made by Galland Bros., of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., have a country-wide reputation for their excellence. Not alone are they always in the newest and best styles, but they are made of the finest materials also. The laces, embroideries and insertions used for the trimmings always have that distinctive daintiness which is lacking in those used on the garments of other makers and selling at the same, if not higher prices. In short, Galland Un-der-Muslins invariably prove themselves superior in all the numerous details of style, trimmings and making that women deem so important. This great quantity of Under-Muslins from these famous makers came to us in the way of an unexpected opportunity. Galland Bros, found themselves a short time back with a large amount of cancelled orders In their stock rooms. These were orders, which on account of a great volume of business, they had been unable to deliv er on time hence the cancellations. A representative of Galland Bros, came to New Haven and offered us the immense lot at a sacrifice in price that was simply irresistable. As a result of this purchase we state an actual truth when we say, that garments of a similar character and equal goodness have never been off ered at a special sale of Under-Muslins in New Haven before. They are being arranged on the tables and counters of the Cast Store now, while you read, and will be ready for you at 8.30 Thursday morning. it B ' I Lily Brand Underwear is made in the Galland Bros.' factory which is a model es tablishment, having clean, airy, well-lighted work rooms. Lily Brand Under-Muslins At 29c. The usual 39c quality. Drawers of good muslin or cambric trmmed with wide tucked flounce, neatly edged with embroideries or lace. Sale Price, 29c. Chemise with full skirts tastefully edired with neat cambric ruffles, good mus lin is the material usod in these garments. At 29c. Corset Covers in an assort ment of many pretty styles; made of sheer nainsook or long cloth, trimmings of laces, embroideries and in sertions. Sale Price, 29c. Short Skirts of good cam bric; flounce of 4 inch lawn with cluster of pin tucks and pretty hemstitching. Remarkable value at 29c. Lily Brand Under-Muslins At 39c. Grades well worth 50c. Gowns of good material with tucked yokes; others in kimono styles of good muslin with tiny cambric ruffles and full sleeves. Drawers. 10 styles of cambric, muslin and nain sook; extra full flounce, pretty lace or embroidery ruffles, also plain effects with tucked flounces. Corset Covers in a variety of 12 styles of shser nain sook; yokes of lace or em broidery insertions in front and back; some French style. Chemise of good quality muslin in 2 distinctive styles; tucked fronts with embroidered bands and pretty lace edges. Selling at 39c. Lily Brand Under-Muslins At 49c. All well worth 59c. Corset Covers In a dozen pretty designs; yokes of Torchon, Clunv, Honiton or German Val.; matched laces on neck and arm siz3. Skirts in walking length of good cambric; 18 inch flounce, cluster of tiny tucks; under drop and dust ruffle. Gowns in a choosing of 10 excellent styles of good muslin, V shaped or high necks; trimmings of em broidery and tucks. Drawers in half-a-dozen styles of cambric, muslin or nainsook; lace, embroi dery and insertion trim mings. A very worthy val ue at 49c. Lily Brand Under-Muslins At 59c Values as high as 98c. Drawers of fine muslin or cambric with extra full flounces trimmed with pretty embroideries and dainty lace edges. Chemise in skirt style of sheer cambric or nainsook; yokes of allover embroi deries; 4 in. flounces with tucks and hems. Corset Covers of softest nainsook, pretty yokes of eyelet, English embroideri es, some of lace; backs neatly tucked. Gowns. 15 styles of 'em, mad of fine cambric, daintily finished, beautiful embroideries, laces, Read ing and ribbons. The Infants' Wear Section is one of the verv interesting parts of the store. Fer the "White assortment little ones. Pair" it is of dainty featuring a dresses fer rare the 69c Lily Brand Under-Muslins, worth up to 89c, selling at Gowns in 6 styles; excellent quality cambric, yokes of tucks and hemstitch ing; bands of embroidery on neck and sleeves. Petticoats cut walking length, made of good cambric with extra wide double flounces, tucks and insertions, some have lace flounces. 79c Lily Brand Under-Muslins worth $1.00, selling at Petticoats of fine cambric with extra full flounces, rows of lace insertions and tucks; handsome embroidery trim mings. Great value. Gwns. A number of styles with low or high necks, trimmed in a variety of ways with very pretty laces and embroideries. Chemise in skirt length, made of fine cambric with V shaped necks of em broideries; lace trimmings; skirts have tucked flounces. Lily Brand Under-Muslins, QQr worth $1.2 5, selling at OuL Petticoats of finest cambric with 14 inch flounces, finished with rows of tucking and lace insertions or French embroideries. Gowns in many of the very prettiest styles, all good materials; all styles of yokes, trimmings of beautiful laces and embroideries. Drawers, Corset Covers and Chemise, all in the very newest and best styles cf the very finest materials and hand some trimmings. 98c Lily Brand Under-Muslins, worth $1.39, selling at Petticoats in a choosing of 10 styles, all of fine quality cambric with 10 inch flounces of handsome embroideries or lace insertions, Chemise of soft long cloth finished with dainty embroideries, beading and embroidery edges; deep flounces on skirt. Gowns In a selection of at least 15 styles, trimmed in many pretty and at tractive ways with laces, embroideries and tucks. $1 .29 Lily Brand Under-Muslins, worth $1.59, at Gowns in a dozen or more good styles, all made of the sheerest nain-; sook with the daintiest of lace, embroil dery and insertion trimmings. Petticoats all in walking length, most elaborately trimmed with the finest embroideries and handsome, rich laces. Sale Price, $1.29. White Goods, Linens, Cotton Cloths and Bedding Furnish the Other Great "White Fair" Attractions. 11c Pillow Cases, 8 Pillow Cases, 42x36 inches; of soft finish bleached cotton; 11c value. At 8ic 16c Pillow Cases, 12c. 45x36 in. Pillow Cases of head ends of fine bleached cloths; 16c value. At 12c. Bleached Cotton, 10c. 42 in. bleached, linen fin ish cotton, extra heavy quality 13c value. 60c Bleached Sheets, 47c. Bleached Sheets; size 81x90; lin en finish cotton; center seam 60c value. At 47c. 70c Bleached Sheets, 59c. Seamless Sheets, size 81x90; firm quality cotton; 2J yds. wide 70c value. At 59c. Bleached Cotton, 14c. Heavy quality Pillow Cace Cotton; 45 in. wide. Regular 19c value. Unbleached CoUon, 21c. Fine quality 9-4 Unbleach ed Cotton for sheets; regu lar 26c value. At 21c. 75c Unbleached Sheets, 59c. Unbleached Sheets, size 81x90. made of heavy cotton, 2i yds; wido 75c valu?. At 59c. 22c Pillow Tubin?, 16c. Pillow Tubing, 45 i i. wide, best made; 3 to 10 yard lengths; 22c value. At 16c a yd 8c Bleached CoUon, 6c. Good, durable Bleached Cotton; 36 in. wide; regular 8c value. At 6c yd. Bleached Sheets, Size 72x90, -Jir r 50c value. 3 C Co, Bleached Cambric, 36 in. wide. QUr A Uhc value, at C yU , Bed Spreads, Marseilles Patterns, OCr Regular $1.19 value, at O 11c White Lawns, 7c yd. Very fine White Lawns, 40 in. wide; 11c value. At 7Jc yd. 12V India Linons, 8c. Some very fine India Linons, worth 12ic. Selling at 84c yd. 22c India Linons, 1 6c yard. A large quantity of high grade India Linons; 22c value. At 16c yd. 19c Dotted Swisses, 1 1 Jc. Pretty Dotted Swisses with mer cerized dots; real 19c value. At llic a yd. Long Cloth, 12 yards $1.20. A case of fine Chamois Long Cloth, 36 in. wide; 12 yards, $1.20. 45c Imported Swisses, 29c yd. Beautiful Imported Embroidered Swisses in checks and plaids; real 45c value. At 29c yd. $1.25 Table Cloths, 98c. Full bleached, heavy mer cerized cloths in assorted patterns. $1.25 value. 65c Linen, Damask, 48c. Heavv quality, pure linen Table Damask; full 63 in. wide. At 48c a yd. 55c Linen Damask, 39c. Imported, Mercerized Table Damask, 62 in. wide; Belect patterns. At 39c yd. 12c Tray Cloths, 7c Bleached Union Linen Trav Cloths; 12Jc value. At 7c. . . Mercerized Batiste, 40 in. wide. 4 r XIA 25c value, at I White Lawns, Japanese Linen Pieces, Checks and Plaids. 4 AA size 1818 rfiQr oacU Regular 1 9c value. I H-C yil Worth 95c, at O VKj tSClU I UTTERS IN COURT !j Benavito Sent to Jail for Oar- rying Concealed Weap- ons Other Doings. j. fiebastlno Bonnvlto was found guilty cf carrying concealed weapons In the 1 common pious court yesterday aftor ) noon by a jury and was sentenced to ! 15 days In the Whalloy avenue Jail for i the offense. The cnae had been up i pealed from the city court, j . Civil Superior Court, The testimony was all In yesterday afternoon before the civil superior court adjourned for the day in the putt of Leibovitz vs. the Conn. Co. et al. The plaintiff claims damages because, as she claimed, eho fell from a car of the, defendant on Congress avenue near Cedar street last August and hurt her head. The judge's charge and the yerdlet by. tho jury .will come today. liretlmurr Settles. Tho suit of G. Henry Brethauer, eon of Frederick Brethauer, and receiving teller nt the National' Tradesmen's bank, has been settled against the New Haven road for a substantial sum. Mo bad brought suit against tho road for $ri,0Ofl In consequence of Injuries he jius. tallied when he was on a special train of the Grays returning from Water bury, March 2, 11106. Judge Spriuil Settles, Too. Heed in the civil side 0f the sifperlor court, was notified yesterday morning that a settlement, had been reached In Me suit of lAndrew Sproul against thi Ford & Johnston company, which has been on trial there for sev eral days, terms of the settlement could not be learned and the suit Is withdrawn. Tho suit wan for $10,nno damages. The plaintiff had his hand cut off on a saw while working for the defendants. Motion Periled. Judge Keod of the superior court denied the motion of Judge A. McL. 'Mntliewson (if the city court to quash the mandamus proceedings brought ugulust him by, James , JtloGunu, The ex-senator had sold the residence of Jamefl R. Holderman, which was then at KM Howard avenue ,and through his attorney, John K Wynne, had sued the former owner in the city court for his commission of $200 for selling It. Probate News, On the estato of the late John C. Cronan, who was nt the head of the plumbing and contracting firm of the J. C. Cronan Co., at 6 Church street, affairs have been very successfully cleaned up by the administratrix. The estate was Inventoried at $30,(173, and was afterward declared t Insolvent. By a successful manipulation of the af fairs all the clalin have been paid off and the estate has netted $12,9i!l'.4n. estate of Herman ft. Kugel, the furni ture dealer of No, 10S Oak street, The assets are given as $4,Ofi0.7l!, divided as follows: Stock, etc., JI,55S.40; outstand ing accounts, $2,502.32. Liabilities are J10.2S4.72. TELEGRAPHIC BRlEFS Judge Studley In the probate court yesterday appointed It. M. Kochers. perger, vice-president and A. R. May, a. director and treasurer of tho New Haven road, distributers of the estate of Edwin L. Su'meras, former freight traffic manager of the company who lived In Cold Spring street, this city before his death last February. 1nkewood, N. .1., May fi. Mrs. Grnver Cleveland reports that Mr. Cleveland ft condition 'continues to Improve, and that he spent a restful nlht. Iternnrdsvllle, N. ,1., May . Somerset Inn, a well-known summer resort, two miles and a halt north of this place, j was burned early to-day. Three bulld j Ings, the hotel, the servants' quarter., I und the laundry were consumed. I, Una, Hay H. rue riereat or Durand. the revolutionary leaor. at Carro do I'M seo. and bis subsequent flight, hnve been confirmed. This means that the revolutionary movement, such ns It was, has colla psed. 1 N'nw York. Mav 0. Oenprnl IMnn Ouerra, commandor-ln-chleC of the Morris H. Alderman, Frederick H. Brown and Edward J. Hegel have been opoplntecL arac.ra of. tho bankrupt iwucrra, emu inn no(;r-m-cii if r or (lie j Cuban army, was a passenger en tin I Ward line steamship Havana, which nr I rived from Havana to-day. He will I visit West 1'olnt and afterward go to (Cnul. It. r.-n, Albany. May 6. Governor Hughes to-riny signed the bills providing for special commlBslnnB to Investigate re upertllvely the. conditions oC alien Im migration Into this state, and the ad ministration of Justice In courts of In ferior jurisdiction In the first-class clt lea u New l'urk, Buffalo and Roclwg .ter. - , , DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Office of the Town Clerk. The following papers were filed In thu town clerk's olflce ycoterd'iy: Warranty Deeds. , George II. Scranton to G. Ij. Whar ton, land Sherman avenue, 50 feat. Francis A. Ailing to Meyer Greb nlk, land Truman street, 40 feet. F, A. Ailing to Relnhold Hllse, land Truman street, 35 feet. E. A. Morris, et al, to Alfr.'d E. Lnty, et ux., land Morris street, 100 feet, Frank J. Fogarty, et al, to A. W. Wright, lCverlt street, B0 feet. Quit Claims. Ernestine Ross, adm., to Julius Led eres, et ux., land Edgewood avenue, 23 feet. MnrlftaRO Deeds. M. Grebnlk to E. C. Armstrong, laad,. Jjuniaa street, .10. .wee.tj. i3 BO, W. J. Reld to AVIUIam Clffallan, land Read street, 87 feet; $2,300. F.xcculor's DcodH. W, T. Hadloy, ex., to John 13. Lan blade, land Mansflold street, E0 feet. Ell Whitney, ot al to A. S, Me Wllliams, land Huntington street, 75 feet. Permits Issued. Owner, I'ltkln estate; description and location, brick alterations to build ing on I'ltkln street. Owner, J. T. Urauer; description and locution, brick addition to fac tory on Commerce street, near Fac tory, Owner, Dr, W. N. Wlnne; descrip tion and location, frame addition to dwelling on Wholloy avenue. Owner, Charles T. Coyle; descrip tion and location, frame dwelling on Cannnr street. Owner, C. T. Coyle; description and location, one family house on Everitt street. Owner, G. D. Miller; brick addition to building at 1003 Chapel street. members of tho society are expectln in the near future to build a neWI church, in front of tho present edlflc on the green. This addition, as It might be. called, will be. used for the chureff! services, whllo tho building now used' for tho Sunday school and similar mir pOHCH. Columbus, May . Troop B, from Co lumbus, of tho Ohio National guard, left to-day on a spenlal train over the Norfolk and Western road for Ports mouth, where they will ho transferred to Ulploy,-and.. will then go to the to- liacco district. . C'Ht KCH TO lU ILT). Trustees of the West Haven C'ongre eatloaal church and tho influential SOME STOMACHS Are hurt by Coffee. POSTUM Can bo assimilated by the weakest ntomach. "There's a Reason."