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Tuesday, She KJJovninj o u tual-To ttri ct august 25, im.
W.L.DOUGLAS the best $3.-o SHOES F0R MEN W. L. DOUGLAS MAKES AND SELLS MORE MEN'S $3.50 SHOES THAN ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD. The reason W. L. Douelas $3.50 shoes are worn by more men in all walks of life than any other make 13 be cause I give the wearer the benefit of the most complete organization of skilled shoe makers in this country, who receive the highest wages paid in the shoe industry and whose workmanship cannot be excelled. Jhe selection of the leath ers' and other materials for , each part of the shoe and every detail of the making - is looked after by specially trained experts in every de partment. If I could take you into my large factories at Brockton, Mass., and show you how carefully W.LDouglas $3.50 shoes are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better, wearlonger, and areof greater value than any .other make. (Signed) W. L. DOUGLAS $4.00 GILT EDGE SHOE Cannot Bo Equalled at Any Prion. W. L DOUGLAS BOYS' SHOES $1.78 AND 12 00. JUST THE SAME AS MY MEN'S j.VSO SHOES, THE SAME LEATHERS, FOR $1.75 ANO $2.00. (W. L. DoiglM bub ua prtet It otaroTwd on tb bottom, which prfttcti tbt wuritr RffccJnict 1 hlgk prlcut u interior Aon. IKBIBX tWOM HAVING- THEM. TAKE NO BUIlKTlTUTg. Tut Color EurMlUfdexoliwivrlu. Catalog Mailed Frte, W.I..louulnt llrorkton, Mnm. W. LDOUGUS SHOE STORE IN NEW HAVEN: 870 Chapsl Street I Araucarias Nice healthy plants, just right for the house. Now is the time to get them. Morse Tel. 5893. Last Week of Discount Sale Extraordinary 20 discount this week on en tire stock of Furniture, Oar pets, Ranges, etc., etc. 25' on many pieces. 33 1-3 on several pieces. . (50 on a few pieces. This last week we intend to make the best week of our Au 'gust Sale, as many fresh, new pieces received for Fall trade ;Breincluded in the general dig. icount. , Brown & Durham j' Complete House Furnishers. i Orange and Center Sts. i Closed Friday P. M. Open Saturday, Day and Evening. ! W. F. 'Gt!le Prem. O. W. F. Gillette, Sec.-Trena. The Gillette Construction Co i General Contractors and Builders. 1 113 Mailer Hid.. 002 Chiipel St. Telephone 8703. MMMt fGfiompson ohop Decorators & Furnishers When one outgrows an old home one must furnish a new one or remodel ihc old. We successfully rejuvenate old rooms, utilizing present fur nishings where possible, adding the right rug, draperies, furni ture or wall & ceiling decora tion needed to make the whole charming 6c consistent. Correspondence solicited. Sy-).'-c(HcH'K'cl K'. :! Pine Trees i Floral Co. 37 CHURCH ST. "Look at my client," said the attor ney for the defense. "Hoes he look like a Jiarnened criminal? "I can't nay thai lie does," answered tho enrefnl wlltiesn, "hut that doesn't signify, for neither do you." Chicago News. Because wo sell the best. It's one thing to buy a pair of shoes and an other to be suited with them. There arc many things to be considered in purchasing shoes the quality, the kind of leath er, whether well, made or not, the style and fit, the general make up, price, etc. Sorosis ' Shoes for women and children are the BEST IN THE WORLD. Try us and see if :wc cannot suit you. A. n. fiRKKWYOon, Pres. 814 Chapel Street. KEY FITTING Cun and Loeks,mlt'nin. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO 68 Center St., E. H. Basse!!, Mgr. ma mil us Krtc.fcTWFToit. nis w Co., cjfc ..clc m IP Hi. VST rw!LV Through A ShopWmtfoty Lurgfl Jot hatpins much worn, of either round or egg Hlmpe, tho latter tho bz" of a pigeon's ckk and the for mer that ot a golf bnll. Kor morning wear ami tonnla, Igotf and boating, what In so cool and nenM hle an u dainty llttlo lnydown collar flnlnhed with a mull tie, bilk ecarf. or brooch? The eagerness with which women have adopted the Dutch or Puritan col- lur proves conelimlvely that when com fort is nought high claapltig- collars are entirely Ignored. An effective llttlo finish fur the UU collar Is simply narrow velvet ribbon of any dralrnd ehado, flnlnhed with tas sels of silk or gold, or carrying a tiny buckle near the center. No summer frock Is complete without Its yard or two of superfluous chiffon. It la a fad presenting such alluring possibilities to the feminine mind that It cannot be Ignored. The sleeves of the lingerie blouses and phlrt waists for next winter will be long, with few exceptions, and those will bn for the elaborate lace blouses to be worn with afternoon cos tumes, for bridge, etc. filrdles this season Introduce one or moro materials distinct from the fa bric or color of the gown. Old hli sat in is used on frocks ot white, cream, champagne and pink. Black satin Is distinctive. .So la gray. Girdles are fastened in back or at the sides. AH girdles are wide, folded or shirred, the latter sometimes being halt an Inch wide, arranged In clusters. A, little knot of black velvet makes It Im mensely chic , A tan pongee walHt goe well with a suit In tones of brown and If a Jabot of the tan la edged with a nuarter-lneli hem of navy-blue wash silk and added to the wnlst It will answer again when a navy-blue suit Is worn. Cray 1a much worn, though not a heralded color. The paler snaries, such an pearl and silver, arc the favored tones, and, as a rule, gowns of this dainty color show a relief hy way of a contrasting trimming. Gray combines effectively with pale or turquoise blue, yellow, orange, gold en brown, almond green and shell pink. Cretonnefl, too, Is attractive If used In small quantities though too much of It ! apt to result In a certain heaviness, unless the gray It trims Is one of tho heavier linens or a canvas hopsacking. i.r. Af.'TM r.sr A v nVt v t.t. "Mr. and Mrs. I,. K. Adler announce tho.eiiKaeement of their daughter, Etta 11. to .Mr. Edward n. flrown. Vale '01, Columbia, l!W4. of Albany, On., now of New Tork. On Chest, Back, and Head Pain, Heat, and Tingling Were Excru ciatingNerves in Exhausted Condition Sleep Badly Broken, CURE BY CUTICURA . SEEMED LIKE MAGIC "Words cannot express tho graMude I feel for what Cuticura Rimediea havet done for my daiigh ter, Adelaide. Sue 1b fifteen years of age, and had never lind anything the matter with hor ekin until four months ago, when an eruption broko out on her chest. The first svmntom was a redness, and then followed thicken ing and blisters, which would break and run matter. I took her to a doctor, and ho pronounced it to bo eczema of a very bad form. Ho treated her, but Instead of being cheeked, tho disease spread. It showed itself on her back, and then quickly spread upwards until the whole of her head was affected, ond all her hair bad to h cut off. The pail shfl suffered was excruciating, Rnd what with that, and the bent and tin gling her lifo was almost unbearable. 8ho noeamo run down in health, and at times was very feverish, languid, and drowsy, and occasionally she was de lirious. Her nerves were in such a low Btate that ehe could not bear to be left alone. In spito of the cold weather she would Insist on having hor bedroom window open, end would lean out on tho window-sill. She did not have a proper hour's sleep for many nights. Tho second doctor we tried afforded her just as little relief as tho first, and I really do not know whnt wo should hove done If we had not road how Cuticura cured a similar case. I pur chased Cuticura Roap, Cuticura Oint ment, and Cuticura Pills, end before the Ointment was throo-rpiartors finished every trace of tho disease was fnno. It really seemed like magic, tor hair Is coming on nicely, and I still apply tho Cuticura Ointment ns I find it increases tho growth wonder fully. Mrs. T. W. Hydo, 1, Ongar Place, Brentwood, Essex, England, Mar. 8, 1.007." Ciiiintrfi Flip ejfip.i to nMiw ttie Pkin, nitt rcira Omuii'iit (Wc.) to Heal we Skin, mid Cutl eurn flrsnlvcnt. (Wc.i, (or In tho form nf Clioniimn Contccl run. 2cV. pcrvlalof fiOctn I'urlfvthe Hiond. pniil ilirntinhniit the worul. Potter Dnm cSi Client. Corp., !cnle f'mpec., Ilnston. Mn.i, VUuJleri Free, Cuticuri Bonk on Bkla Dtseanea. M DELIRIOUS WITH ECZEMA OF COU RTF Sea Captain Who Beat Up Cook for Unclcanliness Fined $10 and Costs. HIT SALVATION ARMY MAN As a Itesiill Svoil Hum to I'ny Cf-t Ilnvrti Polico rupture Young rtiirglur. Captain Jyiwry of the good ship K.llH I Rogers, from Ueorgolown with a Ni'l ; "f lumber lb u very emphatic person. ! John Klwell, who hired out to hlin aH i cook last week has u haltered optic ' and some badly Injured feelings to ; prove It. ! It all started hocmiM the cook wusn't j neat, yesterday morning; when Klwell j appeared on deck with a half pint, ) the. captain somehow or other felt that' it wasn't an Indication of miy great Improvement and-ordered him oft the vessel. The cook invited him to fo low, uiid the captain did so bringing along a ar of iron, and using ll on his head, according to tho testimony In tho police court later, rollcenien j Sessler and Bart Dalley then appear ed. Captain I.owry Informed them I that he wasn't obliged to go with them, that he wouldn't go along If he didn't happen to feel like It, that It re quired a federal officer to take hint In custody, etc. nut he went .along with them nevertheless. Arriving at headquarter Just before court opened he riled the prosecutor by a similar and equally forceful ex planation of his views. Then when Judge Mathewson lined him $10 with costs after lh trial, he declared emphatically that he wouldn't pay It and ytuhlinrnly refused to do so until the choice nf Jail or an apperil confronted him. Then he paid up and left for Canal dock. Window Itreal.cr ltrturns. Michael Mnnohan who returned to his old boarding place at Crown and Mttle Orange street and started one of hlfi old time disturbances there Saturday, ! after a short vacation t'roin Jail, went back there for 30 days yesterday. Mis. Mcnride, the proprietress, told how he broke II pane of glaas on his home coming and the only concern expressed hy Michael was as to how he got so sirong on so few drinks as he had that day. Swede Hits Singer. Axele Smedberg, a husky Swedish lad, paid $." with costs in the city court yesterday morning for nummellnc John plathlson, a Saltation army singer leader, Sunday night. The fact that John had ousted Axelo from the meet ing as a disturber caused tin- row. Axelo laid for him on the way horn and was on top when Supernumerary Policeman Condon happened along. He placed Axelo under arrest and brought blm across the street t, a saloon, !Axele cause,! tho spectators to sit up when he testified yesterday that I'ondon went In to get a drink, but (Condon explained the next minute that j ho went In to telephone for the police wagon. Anyway Axele broke away In tho saloon and made a goor getaway, licit being caught again for a half hour. TR Start l'lglit. The carelessness of a big setter dog owned by Ralph iavallaro of Hill street In getting Into a wagon driven by Nicola Parent! and (,'ailu Sargnesa caused the bitter's appearance In po lice court yesterday In a slightly dam aged condition and nearly occasioned a riot Sunday morning In f liver slreet. I'uvallaro and some friends pursued the dog and the two men when they drove off and attacked them, t'nvnllaro lining a broom handle and Tarenfl and Snrgnesc defending themselves with hnrrel staves. The waRon party claimed they tried to l,ut the dog nut of the wagon but he would ride. In the police court yefder-l.iy T'areriM na? dlf-c'hf e,1 and Parcnese lined $5 with costm nf f.HS f,n- breach of the !,c;ice. ( Sent in Jnll. , Margaret Enrlght whose Jaunt arouncV the I, awn club grounds aroused tho Klgbth ward late Rnturday night, told Ihe court thai she and John Dl T'almrt, her companion, wer guilty of no wrong doing and that her husband devoted Hi" major portion pf his time to play ing detective and dbndowlng her, Tho :Knrlght woman was sent to Jail fur 30 days while Dl Talma was fined $" with $G Rl copt,c. nilnd llncgace Men Tleniaudec). Edward TVT H 1 c t . .lolin I'ioodhno, Henry fhnlth and f'rerlcrlclt (Mbncy four young men arresterl on an Incoming passenger train, riding on the blind baggage were remanded nnlil ug, :;s, so their parents may be communicated with. i ' ' j Sorry lie TMdn't Mil Wife. ! The expression of regret that, he ! hadn't killed hi: wife In it row for 'which he wri arrested Sunday night, cost, Willlaiii B. Ilamilhle, an Ealoti street colored man, a rceven-nioiilh Jail term In the police court yesterday, j Hannible, according to the testimony returned to his home Intoxicated and Ichoked his wife, threatening In murder her. He told Policeman St. Clair, who I mTOKted htm. thai. If be wasn't locked up be would carry onl Ihe llireat In time nnd he repeated It to Judge .Ma thewson yesterday. "Slx'monlhs for breach of Ihe pence and SO days for drunkenness," was the Judge's ,enlence, "Thank you," muttered Hannlhle as he walked back Into Ihe pen. Jealousy Is responsible for his feel ing agallint his wife, say the police, 1'nters Mcicgllug's. Tob n Nolan, n New Haven lad, 1S years old, pleaded Riillly lo burglary In the West Haven town court yester day morning after h had been caught wllh the goods on him. He was n form er employe o( William Moogllng at Hie latter's Savin Rock hotel, and when of late several burglaries had when discovered he, was suspected. Tn all the losses of money amount to $100. besides a box of rare nid coins which Mr. Moegllng prized highly. Some of thepe coins have beep recoy. ercd. HMHHHMaMHHHMHHHHHIIII nHHHH0nHBH HnnHKlH HHI n n H a u c n n n In n n n n n n n BJ? - MALLEY( One fixt cash price to all THE LOWEST. A small additional charge to parties of responsibility who do not find it convenient to pay in full at time of purchase. This permits unusually favorable terms upon deferred payments. Saturday Ends Fur Coat Sale. AT) j. "D.-- which pushes vlgorusly forward to the Jiargaill r rOgreSS goal of Its ambltion-that of providing the widest distribution of extraordinary economies In Furniture of rare excellence. We congratulate you, our shrewd Furniture-public, for the quick, unhesitating acceptance of such uncommon opportunities. A single piece, a roomful, a whole houseful, whatever it be, this August Furniture Sale finds it at "like find ing money " prices. n n n El u a n a n 0 n a a a n ta n 0 0 u n o 0 0 0 0 0 Rocking Chair $26.95. Gracefully buill for solid com fort as well as appearance. Well made, upholstered with loose lultcd seat and covered all over with high grade panne velours. Regular $32.95 value. A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 China Cabinet $26.95. . Mission style to match Buffet advertised In same columns, well made of solid quarter sawed oak, weathered finish. 5 ft. 3 in. high, 3 ft. 3 in. wide and I ft. 4 in. deep, fitted with four shelves. The leaded and cathedral glass doors add to the dis tinctive type of this artistic China Closet. Regu lar Selling Price $34.75. Sale Price $26.95. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Monday. Tuesday and r,;i, f Oriental e" 1 r" IS..0 ' ?rL cril wcavvi o mi., . rin. lccrHist-in. S ft. 4 One Kazak, 6 ft. 7 $26.50; At One Kirmanshah. worth $74.50 ; One Shirvan, 5 worth $26.50 ; One Daghestan, 0 0 0 0 0 wortn $i4,su ; ai 0 0 0 - -, v . . a SMBBBBBHHBHHHHH0HH0HDHH0B,!, Tho lad was hound over, to the su- nfrlop court hy .Tudgo Bryant. riwtogrnpiirr Flno:l. T'pon roniplalnt of fipvoral wonion wlio went Into hlfi photograpli unllpry to hav" tliolr plrtiiroci ta1Pii, .Frank W'norllng, proprietor of a lln type gal lory Bt Savin Roiit, was arrested Sun day hy the Went Haven tiollre and yesterday mornlnR In the lioroiifrh ronrt jvap fined $7 and routs for hrenoh of the peace and drunkenness. He wns aluislve In his lanstnaEe; It was claimed, m wait rou rROrKRTY. Allicrt ii. (JoliHiiiip (Joes Without Ho qnrst rtnllnTThnt, Serve In Army. Boca use lie is ptlll a citizen of the republic of franco 1ms never served 'his three years' military service there. Albeit 1. liehiitilie. a, buypr tit Mendel K- Kreedinan's will have to wait twelve years for an estat l-?ft him there by his mother, the late Mrs. Tioulso V. Ichiinne. Mrs. tSelianne lived In Anierl 'a, a while and when she left, for France she left deposits In some of the h.inks In this country. These deposit. her son had no trouble In gettlnn. but the money was only sufficient to pay the funeral and burial expenses of Mrs. Gehanne. The son could now Ret the estate In Franco by serving thrre years In the army, but lie prefers to wait twelve years, when 'ho will be forty eight yfars old and immune. - 5Sr" S?Bff-MALLEYH2- fpudust Furniture Sale) Solid Oak Bufiet $26.95. Characterisilcally "Mission", solid quar ler sawed oak, stained weathered In in early English finish. 4 ft. 3 in. high, 3 ft. 8 In. wide and 1 It. 7 1-2 Jn. deep. Has i commodious linen cupboard, flitei with a quaint latticed drop door, and two drawers, one ot which is fitted for silverware, top has typical plate rail In back. Regular $33.50. Wardrobe Chiffonier $37.50. Solid Mahogany, 4 ft. 11 lo. high, 3 ft. 4 1-2 In. wide, 1 (t. 10 In. deep. The convenient fit tings have given It the name of "( Gentleman's Valet". One side Is fitted with sliding tray shelves, the other is t regular wardrobe section with coat hook, attachment. Regular selling price $61.25. August Sale Price $37.50. Discount Off Wednesday, 20 pereent RuffS. 1 he CO CCtlOn inciuucs niun-'i 'v nnfmarked in plain figures at the reeular selling price. .ii r nt One Beluchistan, 5 ft. 7 x 2 ft. 4, . t aa . A . ctl a ft X 3 ft. 6, wortn x 3 ft. 6, worth $21.20. 6 ft. x 4 ft. 2., At $59.63. ft. 10 x 3 ft., At $21.20. 5 ft. 7 x 4 ft., Snld She "I flatter myself that know a Rood thing when I nee tt." Hald He "Well, it's up to you." , ' n EDUCATIONAL. TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. Ihe Butler Business School Regular Session Day and Evening. SUMMER SIDNEY PERLIN 'Phone 3400. Y. M. C. t ATTEND THE BEST, , Sn cviiperflnltle. Yale Business College Fall Term .Opens Sept, 1st. 110 Church St. Tel. 1137. MISS JOHNSTONE'S SCHOOL 97 Whitney Ave. Open Thursday, September 17. AIVAKII rLAMSRcj, SKfOMlAnY UKPAHTMESIT tThoronnh Preitnr nHcm for rnll.re PRIMt.RV DI)rA K TMFAT. KIN UKH-RTF.N. n 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n 0 0 0 0 0 0 Saturday Ends Fur Coat Sale. Mahogany , Curate" $7.50 3 feet 3 inches high, with three 1 1 In. shelves. Beautifully made, attract ive piece of furniture, useful for five o'clock tea In the parlor, as at all times In the dlnlngroom. Regular Price $10.00. .fui mm Ml' m 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oriental Rugs. 1.1.,.. t I, 1 v 1 ft 5 ffv mi worm u.uu 5 ai One Shirvan, 3 ft. 7 x 4 ft. 8, worth $22.00 ; At 17.60. One Shiraz, 7 ft. 5 x S ft. 5, worth $57.50; At $46.00. One Kelim, 10 ft. x 5 ft. 4, worth $36.50.; At $29.50. One Iran, 10 ft. 3 x 5 ft. 3, worth $87.50 ; At $70.00. Said She "What, do yon mean?" Paid He "Why, this In leap year, yoil know." Chicago News. RJtSULTS, NOT PROMISES SCHOOL. BUTLER, President. A. Building;. Elevator SINGERS TAKE NOTICE. learn lo Rend ni d 81ns at Slsht. ' After yean of itufly and. research t have completed a method of sight singing, conceded by the beat voca.1 teachers and musicians to be the best, simplest and most complete .method ever devised. Anyone whether talent ed or not can with this system learn to sing or play at sight in the short est possible time, I guarantee satis faction. Correspondence solicited. 0. F. ROBBINS, Principal, fttudion, 746 C'bnpel St., 770 Campbell At