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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1908.
4 '1 umliiy, AiiRiiHt 25. 708-8(10-802 CIIAlTlTi STItEET. Mid-Summer Clearance. The following; Hems wrvo u mimli' of vuliics oil Vied at tliU wile. Clearance Include every Riirmcnt in stock, uml original and ' clearance prtort are In plain figure. Ladies' Waists HARTFORD TO BE UNIT FOR LAKE (Continued from First Pago.) ALDERMEN SET . ELECTION DATE (Continued from First Tago.) Fifty dozen Lingerie Waists, embroidered fronts,. These lire regular one-dollar WalnW. $1.25 WulHt $1.50 Waists 60o " 75c 45c $3.00 Waist $1.50 Rain-Coats. They nro the famous Kenyon make. guaranteed by the nuinu facturers for a year -not to eraek or get hard. $12.50 Linen Rajah Rain-Coats $6.95 15.00 Mohair Rain-Coats.... . . 7.95 ' 20.00 Satin Rain-Coats.. 8.95 25.00 Silk Rain-Coats 9.95' In all the various popular shades and colors. Ladies' Suits. Lot Lot Lot Lot 1 Suits under $22.50 2 Suits under 32.50 3 Suits under 42.50 4 Suits under 75.00 for $ 7.50 for....... 12.50 for 17.50 for.... 22.50 Sometlma ago with Rcpresentatlvo Georire A. Bartlott nml some of ths younger men he knockfil out the old ma. chine and conducted things In a satls factory and suocensful manner. A few months iiro the old party stole a march on' him, jiarkcd a caucus, ana elected a now town committee without Mr. GutM. The movement failed to put Mr. Gates off the rtato central committee. Now Mr. Gates and his frlendB are try ing to gain control and elect a Lllley delegation to the state convention and tho other fuctlon Is trying equally hard to elect a set of Lllloy delegates to the Hate convention. Mr. Lake went there and looked the situation over. He smiled and went away saying that there wag nothing doing. Flushed with the apparent eiiccess attending Mr. Lllley, two other Water bury men are candidates for positions. They are J. Olln Howe, former secre tary to Congressman Lllley and Attor ney James A. Peasley. Each wants to be assistant clerk of the house of rep resentatives, and each plans an active canvas as soon as representatives an. nominated. that the board must order a special election ttnd could not omit it tinder the charter, as it had not the power override the charter provision. Ai rman Jacobs also declared that the provision of the charter was not op tional but mandatory. The order was then passed. Then, came a little discussion as to whether or not the meeting could take up any other bulsness than that for which It was called. It was de cided not to do so. On motion of Al derman Jacobs the regular meeting for September, which would fall on Labor day, was omitted and the next meeting set for September 14, the Ight of the special election. On .motion of Alderman Burke a committee of three was named to raw up and present to the board a set of resolutions on the death of James J. Carr. The commltte ap pointed consists of Aldermen Cunning ham. Burke and Loos. Ir, Music on the Machias. I When the Connecticut Naval J Militia go aboard the gunboat t Machlns njrnln tho pleasure of t their cruise will be Increased a I hundred-fold by the acquisition I of a new Sterling iMaycr-l'lano, X which hns been delivered by us on board tho warship. , The Sterling Player-Piano was I selected In preference to any I other Instrument of Its type. The N. Sonnenberg Piano Co. ; ; Telephone 878-2. 801 Chapel Street. t . - ' SE3 OBITUARY NOTES. Mrs. James Clark. The funeral of Mrs. Annie Clark, wife of James Clark, of 52 Derby avenue, will be held from her late residence this afternoon at 3:30 Services will be conducted by Rev. Mr. null, of St. Taul's church, and tho Interment will be In Evergreen cemetery. Mrs. Xancy Blatchley. Mrs. Nnncy Illatchley, wife of Sam uel R. Blatchley, of 321 Grand avenue, died Sunday at Littleton, N. H. She had been In Ill-health for several years and had gone to New Hampshire In hope of bettering her health. Previous to that she had gone to New York, but returned In March. Besides her hus. band, she leaves a sister, Mrs. Pale, of Cincinnati. The funeral services will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon at Grace P. K. church, Rev. George A. Alcott, the rector, officiating'. Sirs. Mary 11. Iiockwood. The death of Mrs. Mary Hoyt Lock' wood occurred Sunday In the Stam ford hospital. She was the mother of Professor Edwin H. Lockwood, of Yale university, and was In the sev' enty-eighth year of her age. The burial wtll be In New Canaan.' ' " Your Attention Now! to your lawn by spreading upon it a liberal quantity of Sheep Manure will double its beauty the rest of the season and strengthen the roots, which have had a hard time this summer, causing a vigorous growth in the Spring as well as this Fall. Evergreen Lawn Grass grows 100 pure. ' Joseph Davidson. Joseph Davidson died at his home 300 York street, West Haven, Sunday morning, after an illness of four weeks. He waB employed by the New Haven road for a number of years. He was well known by a large circle of friends, and will be greatly mourned He Is survived by his wife and four daughters. The funeral will be held at his late home this morning at 8:80 and a high mass will be celebrated at St. Law rence church In West Haven at o'clock. Interment will be In St. Law rence cemetery. THE FRANK S. PL ATT GO. 350-356 STATE STREET. NEW HAVEN, CONN. Samuel Taylor. Hartford, i Aug. 24. Samuel Tavlor, seventy-five years old, president of th State Savings bank and director of th American Savings bank, both of this city, died Sunday at Hatchett's Point, South Lyme. Mr. Taylor suffered Btroke of apoplexy Saturday, and die .without regaining consciousness. He leaves several children. The expense Incident to Funeral ser vice Is many times a heavy burden, or vui. u,. ... n. mien noes unexpectedl and nttcr long periods nf 111,,,... i. .' our desire to be known n considerate i.i u, ii iiiuikcs, ann especially thought lul or the many cares and reannn.ii.in ties which we must necessarily assume Rlt.tHAM & HAYES, 101)0 f'hnprl Street. LAST WEEK OF CHAMBERLAIN'S AUGUST PEROXIDE CREAM A M 11,11 HKIV 111. EACH. IT KEKI's TUB Ml IN WIUTW AND run comi'I.kxion kaih. It Is a pure skin cerate in which the harmless and student whitening agent. l'eroxidn of Hydrogen, has neon suc cessfully Incorporated. OXYGEN DOES IT. . Oxygen ffus Is ono of Nature's blench. Ing BBenis. Applied to th skin in Peroxide Cream It clears the pores of linmirllle nml nrudur.es a rich white ness thut Is nut to be secured by other means, MADE I1Y, SPKC'I ALISTS. The Peroxide usud In Its preparation Is manufactured exclusively by the Anmrlcun Druggists fcyndleato, which controls the standard A. D. S. brand of Peroxide of Hydrogen. W1I.I. NOT GROW HAIR. It will not encourage a growth of hair on the face or bleach the hair or eyebrows. TO LOOK YOim I1F.9T. Get a Jar of Psroxlde Cream at (111 leanla's. mid besrln to use It to-day. To morrow you will see the Improvement, A llirht implication of the cream night and morning will keep your skin clean, sweet and wholesome. Price 211 Ceoti the Jar. Gillespie's Drug Store TlHine WI3-4. Ill ni.iri'iu mr.ri. (i Delivered. 9 WOMEN'S OXFORDS; Women's Black Vici Kid and Gun Metal Oxfords . . $1.50. $2.00. $2.50 and $3.00 Tan Oxfords. . . . . . , .$2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 SEE WINDOW NUMBER Z. s , PRIMARY DATE SETTLED Democratic Town Committee Fixes September 1 for Two. The democratic town committee last evening held a session In Its new campaign headquarters in the Leffing- well building for the purpose of set ting a date for tlie primaries. The proposition was presented' and dis cussed at some length of having tho primaries for the state convention delegates and those for the registrar- hip nomination on the tame day., There was some talk against the prop osition at first on account of the fact that one Is a direct primary, that for the nomination of the reglstrarshlp candidate, while the other Is Indirect, as It simply choose delegates to a another convention. It was Anally de cided, however, to hold tho two prim aries on the same day and Chairman Doughan whs instructed to call the primaries for each purpose on Sep tember 1 between 4 and 8 o'clock. The committee set 9 o'clock on Thursday night of this week as the final limit for tho handing in of names of persons who wish to he can didates at the primary for the nomi nation to the office of registrar of vital statistics. The limit for handing In the payment of assessments by those who present their names to run Is set for Saturday night at 9 o'clock, and If the assessments are not paid by that time the names will not be handed In and cannot be voted for at the primary. The only hawe of a candidate which has yet been handed In is that of Andrew P. Allen, presi dent of the board of aldermen. He Is strongly supported by a number of prominent democrats and appears to have the best chance of getting the nomination. The names to be voted on at election must go to the state secretary by September 4. The next meeting of the town com mittee will bo held on Mrlday evening at which time the list of candidates for the primaries will he gone over. POLI'S NEW THEATER. Miss MARRYING MARY i PROYES GOOD JOB Largest Crowd of Season Sees Fleming as "fcazu." Miss Alice Fleming as "Zoza" drew crowded houses at Poll's theater yes terday afternoon and evening. Per haps the desire to see tho sheath, gown had something to do with the sale of seats for these first perform ances, but the gown was forgotten by most of the audience when the splen- did conception of the leading role was appreciated in the hands of this able little woman. Yes, Miss Fleming' "Zaza" Is a great puceesa; her sheath gown Is very, attractive, and very gracefully worn. The supporting com pany Is very able In every respect, C. H. O'Donnell as her leading man gave an entirely original reading of the part entrusted to tils care, and was very satisfactorily received. In fact his lines were frequently Inter rupted by enthuslastlc.applau.se. The first act of the play takes place sup- posedly .behind the scenes,, and shows the leading woman's dressing room. and the preparations for a program It ifl very true to stage life, particular ly Interesting to those who have never been Introduced to the life behind the footlights. The other four acta are very handsomely set and the play Is well costumed throughout. There la the usual between the acts entertainment, the elcctrograph being exceptionally good, some songs too, having a place of interest, Thomas W Ray' song "My Dream of the U. 8. A." being used and proving very pop tilar. The sliver tea set which was the prlzn for the fortunate tlcketholder was won by Mrs. A. Rrlekwood of Woodland atrcet. The souvenir for the, Friday mati nee will be a picture of Miss Alice Fleming In the much talked of sheath gown. It wouldn't be a bad Idert to order your scats ahead, or better yet, get them yourself for tho particular day you wish to attend because Its not pleasant to see the "standing room only" sign, and that was the condition of affairs yesterday. MEN'S OXFORDS. Men'frGun Metal, Patent Colt and Tan Russia Calf OxfordsJ $1.98; regular price $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00. . , 1 . SEE WINDOW NUMBER 3. ONLY GOOD SHOES. n 842 and 846 Chapel Street. Miss Florence Gear Has Splen did Vehicle for Her Partic ular Talents Com pany Good. Flor i Modern Decorating Calls for original and Individual treatment y Don't bo satisfied with tho commonplace, when you can have your ' decorating done In a ntunncr expressive of your own Ideas decorating different from your neighbors, unique and artistic, and at practically the same cost. We'd be pleased to have you consult us. MONROE BROS., 353 Grown St. H iWaphone 2701 JNTERTA GRAND OPERA HOUSE. A LI; THIS WEEK COMMENTING MONDAY. AUQl'BT 24. Matinee on Wrrtneidny uml Saturday, Ml KKI rKUNSSTS FI.OHK.N'fI? OK AH, In the Pmirt Musical Play, "MAimVI.VO iIAHY." ! Peat tale. Thursday. Positively pop ular prices, xei. e. Idortt like to Brag About myRes SALE As the last week of this sale is on, the opportunity narrows itself to - those who now come promptly 20 DISCOUNT from ENTIRE STOCK Excepting only Globe-Wernickes, Ostermoors and Office Furniture. 30, 40 and 50 DISCOUNT FROM NEARLY ONE-THIRD OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK. Sale Terms Cashbut we will store goods until wanted. THE CHAMBERLAIN00 Crown and Orange Street "Corner." "Marrying Mary," with Miss ence Gear starren, oppnerl tho season last night at the Oranrt Opfra house, formerly O. B. Bunnell's New Haven theatre. This show Is tha vehicle In which Miss Marie Cahlll starred last season and Miss Gear Is a worthy suc cessor. It Is replete with pretty girls, eatehy songs and witticisms, elabor ately costumed and well staged throughout. Miss Gear scored the hit of tho evening with her snng "I'm Bo Lonely" In which she wore- a whits Ince princess dress and a rlfture hat with white ostrich plumes. Second only to this was' MIps Gear's song, "We've Changed That Now," In which she was attired In a blue and white Dresden shepherdess effect. Her style Is high class and dean cut throughout and In her comedy work she Is second to none and is ably assisted by Harry B Roche and Harry Benham, After Miss Gear's first song, "Starland," she re oelvod a largo bouquet from an admir er In the audience. Bessie Graham as Fleurette, a French maid, has a style very much like that of Lotta Faust. John Moore made Ben. ator David Runchgrass a prominent character and In fact' the whole cast was competent and was well rounded out by an extremely' beautiful, well gowned and carefully drilled chorus. Immediately after the orchestra started, before tho rising of the cur tain, Frederick W. Orr presented a large bouquet of flowers to Louis Fels burg, president of the Grand Opera House company, Incorporated ' under the management of which the theatre will be conducted this season. The right stage box was occupied by Mayor Martin, Morris Stelnert and others, while the stage box on the left was occupied by a party from Morris Cove, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. George Dlmock, iMr. and Mrs. Georgo Moore, Mrs. Charles Durant, Mrs. A V. Fhilllps, Mrs. Joseph Brown, Miss Fushay and Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Larom. Parties were also present from Woodmont and Short Btach. G. B Bunnell, tho former manager of the theatre, came from Southport to see the opening night and David Arthur, whose wife Is known to tho public as Marie Cahlll, was present to see Miss Gear maks a success of his wife's for mer show. Since coming under the management of the Grand Opera house company- incorporated, the theatre has been completely renovated Inside and makes a very prepossessing appearance. The white tile floor in the lobby is partlcu larly effective, as it Intensifies the 11 lumlnatlon. Poll's New Theater WEEK OF At'GfST 24, 1908. PAIL MATINEES. THE POI.1 UTOCK COMPANY In Mrs. Leflle Carter's Success, IM," with Ml A lire Fleming In the title role. Note Mies Fleming will rectoralre or Sheath-Gown. Souvenir matinees and reception. Special Saturday feature for the school children. wear a Dl- 4 Hurt tniry ' .... it3 i inw iv GREAT GtRMAN DAY AT WHITE CITY. Wedneiidny, August 24, Second Regiment Band. Fireworks, Wedding and Host of Special Attractions. "I'm sure I couldn't bake such good pies if I didn't Bake with Gas "you get 'quick heat'." -"and GAS is the CHEAPEST of all FUELS." Get a Gas Range " $13 to $27 Ready to Use Cash or Installments EXCURSION TO MOUNT TOM Via Holyoke, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27. Special Train Leaves The immediate and permanent cure ot malaria is f)r. Grove's Herb Ex New Haven 8 A. M. The New Haven Gas Light Co. Salesroom, 93 Crown Street. -H-H-H'4i-!-f-'M Are you interested in i J1.25 Round Trip Only Number of Tickets Strictly Limited. H.25 Beautiful Mountain Views. 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