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THE MOr.NINO. JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1908.
1500 Yards of Seasonable Silks At Almost Half Price. 85g Foulards for 50c. This is an announcement of prime importance to every woman, for the torrid summer days are here, and this sale presents an opportunity of buy ing handsome silks for cool, comfortable summer dresses at an exceedingly low price. They are the famous Cheney Brothers' Printed Foulards and there are abouttwenty handsome de signs and colorings to select irom. Value JV 85c a yard, sale price - - - - - Jv See Window Display. White Goods Remnants Half Price. A most desirable collec tion of piece-ends of White Goods; the accumulation of a week's brisk business. Persian Lawns, India Lawns, Mercerized Batiste, Figured Batiste, Linen In all weights, Madras Walst Ing, English Shirtings, Long Cloth, Nainsook, etc., in lengths suitable for waists and children's dresses. On sale Tuesday morning, at Half Original Price. FCord Goods Remnants Half Price. Colored Wash Goods have been In groat demand these hot days and many large pieces, were closed out except the ends which are generally Short lengths. These we had gathered together, measured and marked down to prices that will close them outqulckly. The season's most deslra ble materials from common ginghams up to the most expensive sheer and medi um weight goods. At Half Price. Cesirable Shore Cottage For Rent. MIORF, COTTAGE of Km rooms rllil on tho water-front at tool WOODMONT-OX.Tlirc-SOVM). Thin rottiijto Is fully furnish, oil, Iiih minimi Itiillii'oom and nil conveniences for comfort. I-ni'Ro vcriimlus. Rest locution. For rent bit In nco of KtnMin, Also a Milliliter rnttnftn dose by, by month or scanon, Apply to ALnr.UT W. MATTOOX, 808 (Impel Si., cor Orange St. SEGAR STORES MATTOON MATTOOXS CORNER. Orange Phosphate is a popular Summer 'Drink but you have heretofore hud to hunt n Drug Store or Soda Fountain to get it. Dalzcll's Orange Phosphate comes in bottles hke Ginger Ale therefore convenient to have ready at hand in your Ice Box. Made from selected California Oranges, pure cane Sugar and distilled (carbonated Water. Contains no preservative, acid or coloring matter guuranteed un der Serial No. 2955 df the Food and Drugs Act. I' A novel, tli;rst satifying and I sate warm-weui.icr drink. ; $1,50 dozen. MEMORIAL sr.11 VICE For the T-nto E. E. Hurt Lnst Night In , Mii-lo Hull. A memorial corvloe was held last night for the Into Worthy Grand Ruler E. E. Hart by Court Victoria, Order of the Golden floeptor In their lodge rooms In 'Music !inll. Mr. Hart died shout a month ugo. The regular monthly meeting of Court Victoria won held last night THE nnooKs-coixixs CO. MILL VISIT XOAXK. ! Gov. Woodruff anil Pnrty to Inspect J LnhMrr Hatcheries. I Governor 'Woodruff with a rrty of 'personal friends will visit today the I Mate lohster hatcheries at Xoank. Be Iftilc8 the gnvernor, Penntor Brnndegee land Major Lyons and tin state shell flnh commissioner will he In 'the- par ty. Tho state lobster hatcheries are more' completely stocked with every I size lobster this year thun they have ever been bffore and on account of the fact that the supply Is so plentiful ,thls year and the lobsters of cuch va- rloiiB sizes the visit will no doubt be I very Interesting to the governor and jhls party. Every year the shell fish cnmnlssloners, the governor of the state and his personal friends make a I visit to Noank to Inspect the hatch eries which are owned by the state. FOR PATOS' POST Seorge Dudley Seymour En dorses the Attitude of the Journal-Courier. NEW POSTOFFICE LOCATION Bite Should Be Near Railroad Station to Facilitate Handling Matter. July 8. 1908. . To the Editor of the Journal-Courier: Dear Mr. Editor. I am glad you have taken up the Important subject of "Parcels Post." 1 have for years been interested in the subject and read your editorial In this morning's Journal-Courier with great Interest. I hope you will keep ham mering at It until we get It. It would chiefly benefit the rural population, and as the rural population is not or ganoid, It suffers accordingly. If the press 1 throughout the country wouiu idKf ilifc i."''' up then the matter would fio through; but the rur al press has not the Influence of tho city press, and the city press has no great Interest and so the whole project has dragged and we have fallen way behind on the subject of postal ser vice. Parcels Post undeubterlly pre sents more difficulties here than abroad, but In some form we should have It. All this you enn see is re lated to my project to locte the new postofDce near the new railway sta tion, for when we get Parrels Post tho X'olume of mall matter will be so enor mously Increased that !t cannot be transported through crowded city streets. When 'Parcels Poit is an ac complished fact, the public will real ize the force of the suggestion th it postofttces should be locat d close to railway stations so as to reduce to tho minimum the hauling of r.iall matter. The supervising architect of tho treas ury recommends this and several cities like New York, St. Louis, Xew Or leans and Seattle, are getting ready for Parcels Post by adoptl.m this rec ommendation. , Very respectfully, GEORGE DUDLEY SEYMOUR. I place from the residence of her parents. "u Orchard street this afternoon at '2;30 o'rtork. pev. J. A. Tlmm will of ficiate. The burial will he In Ever- : green cemetery. The child's death oc curred early yesterday morning. TO EXEMPLIFY DEGREE. ! Min. Albert G. Mdniyre. Funeral services over the remains of iMrs. Nettle S. Mclntyre, wlfo of Albert . G. Mclntyre, of 124 Atwater street, will : be held in the c'nngregntlonnl church at Charlton, Mass, at 1:30 o'clock this I afternoon. Rev. Dr. Fneath of the Grand Avenue Conttretrational churi'h In this city will conduct the services. I Interment will be at Charlton, i I Mrs. Mclntyre died of apoplexy and her death was very surM.n. Besldei her husbnnd she la survived by a son, Ahner X. Mclntyre, nnd a daughter, ; Mrs. Frederick-A. Fessenden, both of this city. , Grnnrt Officers or I. O. O. F. to Install Harmony Council's. The grand lodge officers for this d's trlct of the IO. O. F., will meet with Harmony council, No. 5, In their rooms. 91 Crown street, this evening. It will bo the semi-annual Installation of Harmony's Pincers, nnd the grand of ficers will exemplify the work as la'd down In the new ritual, Iirrshments will be served during tho evening and a large attendance Is requested. The grand officers are as follows: James W. Tnbb, grand dlMrlrt deputy; George Staler, herald; C. It. Reed, marshal; William Cilbbs, warrlen; W.' Clark, chaplain; Jo?eph Turner, treasurer; X. T. Andrews, assistant treasurer, Jo seph Keener, secretary, IF YOU WOULD DDES NO CUTTING Hare a peaceful borne end Tqur wife to I)H. M AN'SKIKLD, 78T Chapel Street, New Haven. And bave her corns eared. W. V, Gillette, rren. Thus. V, Conn) IT, V. Prest. O. W. F. Gillette, Sre.-Trei... Ttl! Gillette Construction Co- General Contractors and Builders. 113 Blnlley Bid., 002 Chapel St TeJsphoos I7SS. FRED CHATFIELD. Pres. and Tress. JAMES H. CHATFIELD. Beey The Geo. M, Grant Co, MASONS AND 6ENERM. COMIMCHK Room 101, Exchange Bldg. lei. t: 115 Chapbl St $5.00 will not buy many yards of car pe,t. It will go a great way with us in making your carpets, rugs, upholstery, etc., clean and bright like new. Let us give you, FREE, esti mate, even if you have but one or two rooms to be cleaned. The Vacuum Cleaner Co. lei 2700. OBITUARY MOTES Surah E. Douglass. The death occurred yesterday of Sarah E. Douglass, widow of the lute Hebron T. Douglass. Deceased had attained the venerable ago of ninety years. She was well known amnny a large circle of people, and was a member of the Howard Avenue Bap tist church. Mrs. Douglass loaves one son, Ralph M. Douglass. Tho funeral will take place from the old homestead, 39 Prince street, Wednes day afternoon at 2 ' o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Banders will officiate and the interment will be In 'the family plot In Evergreen cemetery. John Xngcl. The funeral of John X.igcl took place at the home of the Mttle Rlsters yes terday morning' nt 10 o'clock. Mass was celebrated at 6:30 for tho repose of hi soul. Tho fiineml was lnrgely attended. The pallbearers were Timothy Egan, James Crrnnan, John Cox and Richard Breminn. The Interment was in St. Bernard's' cemetery. - I'cler Mi fiiilrc. Tho funeral of Peter Mcftulre was very largely nttended at the home of jhia uncle, Lawrence McOovem, &7 iRowe street, yesterday morning. Ser vices were held inti r at St. Joseph's church. The Rev. Fattier Harty was celebrant of the solemn mass of re quiem. j Tho pallbearers were pt.tor McOov ;orn, Patrick Skinner, Patrick Cassldy, James Lime, John Ptrntton and Pat rick McCarthy. 'Sl.sk Brothers had ..charge of the arrangements. The Inter Imnnt was In St. Lawrence's cemetery. Kiitliorlnn Rellly. The death of Katherlne Rellly occur red Sunday in Hartford as a result of an Injury received in Waterbury about eight weeks ago. Everything which might possibly bring about her recov ery was done, ev n to receiving the at tention of specialists in Hartford. She leaves besides her parents and brother In Ireland, an uncle, Patrick Rellly, ot Bradley street, this city, and four sis ters, Mrs. Thomas Mackey of Frank street, Mrs, James Doyle of Putnam street, Mrs. William Swain of Portsea. street, and Miss Susie Rolljy of Water-bury. Ijoulsn K. Faltsch, The funeral of Louisa E. Faltsch, aged five months and 26 days, daughter of Frank and Louisa Faltsch, will take Graham & Hayes i i i i i i i mi UNDERTAKERS Mill 1098 CHAPEL I I STREET TELEPHONE 6T2 I I I I II I OMN OAY AND NIOHT xmv voriv t.n rr dioal. Land BoiikIh for City nt Kxlorllonnto lYIoc Appraiser Removed. Xew York, July 6. Alleged Irregular ities in the purchase of lund for the city came to light today through the removal from office of Thomas F. Byrnes, a real estate appraiser In the department of flnnnce, by Comptroller X'etz. Incidentally the names of Arthur J. O'Keet'e, a ' former deputy police commlsHloner, nnd W. S. Hurley, a for mer rapid transit commissioner, were drfiKge,-! into, the story as a result ot the Investigation which preceded Byrnes' dismissal, The property In question, known as Shunweher's farm, and located near Flushing, L. I., was purchased for $105,000 by the city on Byrnes' recommendation to be-used as a site for a training school for horses of the police department. II. is alleged that the land had been offered for sale only a short time before the purchase at $"i5,000 and not accepted and that It was appraised at $J 05,000 and Its pur chase at that figure recommended by Byrnes after Hurley had obtained an option on It. In his capacity of deputy commissioner In Brooklyn, O'Keefe ap proved the selection of the site. During the Investigation of the purchase It de veloped that O'Keefe neld Hurley's note for $r,000. This, Hurley declared, represented money he had borrowed from O'Keefe. Ql lXMI'IAC LODC.K Hi-lil Annual Installation of Officers Loft Mght. Qulnniplae lodge, Xn. 1, I. O. O. F. hoi da regular meeting and Installation of officers In their rooms In the Odd Folows' building, 05 Crown street last night. The following officers were In stalled: Xoble grand R. W. Brockett. Vice-grand Oeortte D. Stevens, Warden H. L. Parmelee. Conductor-, F. Bishop. Out.lde guard C. O. Hann. Inside guard-F. X. Ailing. R. S. X. O. George Hoey. Jr. L. 8. X. O.-A. E. Dudley. R. S. S. H. S. Bromley. L. S. S-H W Tuttle. Slii'lHlhlR Good Money to Give Good Good.- A Hay. Speaking of making a large an nouncement of their clearance sale of straw hats and men's furnishings, one of the members of Tho Urooks-Colllns Co. snld: "it was like spending good money to give good goods away." It Is what a good deal of the money spent In advertising these clearance nle Is doing today. Buyers may be skeptical about It, but that does not change the fact. Modem merchandising calls for new goods each season. A firm that does not do It Is handicapped. Rather than take any chances of carrying goods over, It will be noticed that these sales are creeping nearer and nearer the height of the season each succes sive year. It Is a tlmo wlvn a man can buy some excellent goods and save big money. nrooks-Colllns Co.' an nouncement will be found on page I. Tesst Do yon iiotlce any signs of returning confidence? Crlmsonbeak Oh, yes: my wife lots me carry a night key now. tonkers Statesman. Jr. '. A "King Edward VII" '.Highball, now and then, is relished by the best of men. Per bot, KIor Edward MX., Rrolrh Whin. Iter 1.23 Contents of Carbonated WMcr Hyphon IlyK'la i2o each Arethuna loc each Hygienic inc. each U grin, Vlehy, KlMFUBcn, Mlliln, Lltblu and Klusrunen, iaM,o ravb. per per pkg pkg dos dos but. H but bots Hbt Wbtte nock 8.S) 11.00 2.25 l.E'l Case SO qts. Case 100 pts , Case H P'B" 9 50. Apnlllnnrls ,.00 12 50 2.25 1;C0 Case DO (its. Case 100 pts. Case 100 4 pts., $10.0). RnUdnrf 7.00 10.00 1.T5 1.29 Cnse CO qts. , Case 100 pts. Clynmla 1.50 11.00 2.25 1.5) Case 50 qts. Case 100 pts. Delwloiir Soils 12. C? 10 it. bbl, U bots. 12 ds. bbl. Splits, $12.50. ' ! John Hubert som DEATHS. DOrOLAfiS Iii this cltv. .Tii Iv (!. IflOs Borah A , widow of Hebron T. Doug la", aged 50 year's. Funeral services will be held nt her late residence, 39 Prince street, Wednesday afternoon nt half punt 2 o'clock. Relatives nnd friends are In vited to attend. Interment In Ever green cemetery. ANNOUNCEMENT. I desti e to announce to my friends and the public generally, that pending a readjustment of my affairs, caltf Intended for mc may be sent to Messrs, Lewis & Miycock, No. 1112 'Chapel Street. Ali work will receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 675. ROOT. No BUR WELL, Undertaker AX.VOTJ NCRMRNT. t desire to announce to tbe public Hint 1 nm now ncllnn In Hie cnimolt? of Family lleprraentnilve In bouses of mournlnw durlnit tlie funernl period ailenillnK to (ho ninny detail which present tlipinselvea nt siieli it timet ren derliin nsslstnnee to funernl director, nnd representing (lie family on nil oe. enslons. Allillnted i villi nil lending tin dertnker. MltS. J. II.l.l AM KliWISV Telephone lliSil-4. Choice Prime Meats AND Fresh Killed Poultry, tfhe BEST QUALITY la the CONSTANT AIM of this market. We are ready to serve you with the best the marts afford, and at prices that are' fair and just. Prompt service. Send us your orders. We are pleasing particular customers we will try and please you. Frank R. Baldwin, 1231 Chapel, cor. Howe St. Tclcplionn 5.15 two wires. Fresh-Made Creamery Butter 28c per lb. The F. J. Markle Co. 826 Chaprl Street. 175 Dixwcll Avenue. 616 Congress Avenue. MAIN STOKES: BRANCHES: 103-105 Ilromhvny. 613 Dixwcll Avenue. State Street, enrner (Hive. I t Choice Roast Beef, Porterhouse Steaks, Loin Steaks. DELICIOUS, JUICY AND TENDER. We offer you the very best grade ot Beef in both our best and cheapest cuts. It 1 the quality that counts mostly; We have made no advance in the retail price of Fresh and Oorned Beef. N. B. Saturday, July 4th, we- close before 12 o'clock. ' ' i The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 Chapel St Bargains in Olives The Inrjest 10c bottle, packed plain or tuffed, t for 9So; 1 hlg bottlo of big Olives, plain or Bluffed, 20c. IMPORTED PICKLES. Muconoi'ble's Fan Tan Pickles, a dellclona rellth, trial bottle So. They . will iilnihO you. POULTRY IS CHEAP. Long Island fresh-klUed Pucks, 20c per lb. TCe bare fancy Broflerf . and young, tender Fowl. Cost you less than beef. Our Ducks ax Fowl Hold full dressed. SUMMER VEGETABLES. ' We lmve a very complete Une, and the prices are low. ' ' . .. ' : FRESH FRUIT.. . ' Wliortleherrles, Peaches, Raspberries, Watermelons, Cantaloupe, eto. Attractive prices. ,, ; D. M. Welch & Son, 38 and 40 CONGRESS AVE. FAIR HA VEX. NEW HAVEN. WEST HAVEN. ' Tuesday, July 7. l0lllvAC, T A vr Such as we offer with some . .DclCOH of bur own preparing, makes a good combination for breakfast. Try it. - '-vA Headquarters for Native Spring Broilers. DUCKLINGS at 22c per lb are cheaper than Beef just now. i, L. C. Pfaff & Son, "THE BEST MEATS." Phone 1046. 7 and 9 Church St nrnnch Rnvln Rock 'Phone 8123.12. ' . . ID Congress Ave. ' B3 Grand Ave. 1316 and 770 Bute St M Oeorg S Saratoga Lincoln V ate. THE WELL-KNOWN MINERAL WATER. v ' This water is bottled at Saratoga Springs, Hew Yrk, and shipped to ns in sealed bottles. QUARTS .: $1.25 Dozen PINTS .75 Dozen DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF CITY. Headquarters 88-96 George Street. . , SCHOENBERGER'S 15 Howard Ave, 11 Slielton Ave. 511 Elm Sc . , 150 Greenwood St. Good Stuff These Hot Days DOZEN Delatour Ginger Ale.... $1.10 Naugatuck Ginger Ale . . . .90 Fiel Bros. Beer 1.25 Fabst Blue Ribbon. .... 1.25 Limes, per dozen .15c Fruit Syrups, pint bottle... . 45o (Assorted Flavors.) IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR CONSULT Ryder s Printing House 78 CENTER STREET. HART MARKET COMPANY i This is the time and this . the place to obtain all the Spring Meats, Vegetables and Fruits. To-day, Con necticut Spring Lamb. . Fresh Killed Spring Chickens. Green Mint, New Car rots and Beets, Beet Tops, Dandelions, Green Olives. Philadelphia Capons, Chickens and Squabs. 180 Temple St. CALIFORNIA CANTALOUPES. We are having them regularly. The quality Is unuaually fine. Florida are also good. GRAPE FRCn A?n ORANGES. The (tood kinds. We will have them When they are supposed to be out ot market. XEW HAVEN DAIRY Ire Cream In bricks to take home In perfect condition. We are here tlU o clock in the evening. THE MIRROR FRCTT STORK. J B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. 612 fttlgrwond Avenue.