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THE MORNING JOUENAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1908.
Kfc&UmMiuttM-NMllitM !FAIR HAVEN NEWS! Visit tlir l.nrRent, l,lhfel nnd Hnnriao intM tnre In en Haven, One More Day of the Sale. Sharp deductions in Men's Suits Those arc lively clays in the big . store. Summer stocks cannot stay when the end of August comes. So hundreds of men realize that this i3 the time to get a splen did suit at very small cost. All of our stock of men's suits that have been $12 to $30 arc now $9.50, $11.50, $14.50, $19.50. The man who buys one of these suites will be well dressed for the rest of the 3eason and have practically a new suit to start off with next Summer. Exciting Runaway Dr. E. O. Hall Attends Fraternal Con gress at Chicago. Neiv Haven hout:e, Block Island, have returned' home. Mr, nnd Mrs. Lucas of Exchanj street will celebrate tholr gulden wed fling Saturday. Miss P. C. Reardsley of .Mount Ver non Is visiting Mr. Thomas (iebbe of the Fair Haven Heights, There was a great deal of excite merit In lower Grand avenue, yesti day afternoon, when a home attached to a light biiRgy . lilt h wan standing In Grand avenue, near Kront street, be came frightened by a panning automo bile and bolted up the avenue at a nillc-a-nilnute dip, The horse didn't! run far, hh It was caught near tne, ! pnHtnfHce by William Chirk after It al-1 most collided with a trolley ccr. 'I he j cam belonged to Frank Johnson, of North Guilford n LEAVE HERETO-DAY Harry Garrepy and Thomas W. Ray to Walk to San Fran cisco and Back, 20 off on Men's Raincoats, Overcoats, Derby Hats, Oxfords, Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases. INCORPORATED THE IIG STORE. (10 KTKI'H FTIO.M CHAPI-X STHKKT. oi to 05 I'tiriuTi ktrf.kt. Miss Hose llealy, nf Chapel street, entertHlned a number of her Irlcndu lust evening In honor of her eighteenth birthday anniversary. About thirty friends called and a very cnloynblo evening was passed with riiiccs and oilier pastime. At midnight a deli cious co'lntlon was served. WILL COVER 8,000 MILES Miss Frances Stanford, of Grand avenue, In spending two 'weeks at At lantic City. Ktpn't to irl Buek in Fifteen .Months, Also o llreak l'ri'vlons lleeorils I let vn ecu 'Frlwo and llosion. 1 in the Campaign Year READ A NEWSPAPER WHICH IS INDEPENDENT, FAIR AND CLEAN. THE NEW HAVEN I Morninlniirnal-tariftr ; Qvv An Enterprising, Attractive and Progressive Journal, devoted Conscientiously and Intelligently to the Public Interests. Edited by Norris G. Osborn. J The Young Rosedales defeated the Voting Bronchoes In a spirited game yeslerday on the Lexington avenue diamond, II to 2. The contest was a pitchers' battle, In which Johnson hurl a little the better nf the argument. The stellar fielding of Clark and Wil liams was the feature of the game. The battery for the 'Young Itonedales was Johnson and Fhtnnugan; for the Young Bronchoes, Miller and Kulnn. The funeral of Miss Anna Frances Maley, daughter nf the late James II. and F.llen Costlgan Maley, will take place this morning at R:.ln from her late residence. 92 Woolsny street, and at 9 o clock from St. lloyp's church, where a rc'iiilcm high mass will be celebrated. The Sunshine Foclal -club will con vene this evening and Initiate two candidates. After the meeting the members will enjoy a watermelon cut. Miss I.aura l.osty, of James street, Ih visiting her sister In Hartford for two weeks. The Misses Kthel and Jennie Smith, of Qulnnlpiac avenue, are enjoying a two weeks' vacation with relatives In Paterson, N, J, Miss Kathoryn Thiol, of New Brit ain, who baa been visiting the Misses Harwell, of East T'earl street, for the past few weeks, has returned home. This morning Harry Garrepy of Wor cester and Thomas W. Kay, manager of Toll's Theatre Combine, will 1 ave on their walking expedition nt 9 o'clock. Charles K. Ryram, who started with Garrepy from Huston, decided up on reaching New Haven to o.ult. Hay, who had been ordered to leave the city at once by his doctor, agreed to con tinue with Garrepy. From here they go to New Tork, and then to New Orleans by the way of Florida. A direct route will then be taken for San Francisco. Then they plan to take the direct route buck to Boston and will endeavor to break all previous records. The trip when finished will he one of thi. longest ever nttempted, being about 8,00ft miles, inrrepy Is known to people as ''Pav llo," the daring high diver, who pave performances nt the White City last week. By this manner and also by gell ing their photographs and singing they crn money to pay their expenses. They are ntilre.l In regular soldiers' uniform suit. "Spot," the fox terrier, Is their mascot nnd will accompany them on their Journey. Their only baggage consists of two dress stilt cases, two hammocks 'n which they sleep and two blankets apiece. The suit casea are, however, sent ahead of them to the next town by train. While at Merlden two beautiful re volvers were presented them by the Merlden Flrearma Co. Within all probabilities the trip will take between 15 and 17 months, al though they expect to only take five months In returning. Months ego we Inaugurated this weekly coupon sale and our patrons' enfhu9lam has increased with each succeeding Tuesday. Remember that the items listed here are on sale only on Tuesday and to secure them you must clip out the cou pons that interest you most and present at counter ( where the bargain is advertised. , Miss Mae Caulfleld, of Tnplar street, Is visiting relatives In Tuckahoe, N. Y, Columbia castle No. 9, Knights nf the Golden Kngle, will meet this even ing at Polar Star lodge rooms. Frank Passett, John Clark, Harry Merwln, Edwin Munson. Kllsworth Douglass and William Thompson are camping out at Pine Orchard for two weeks. nr. F.dwln C. M. Hall of Grand ave. nue represented the national council of the Fraternal Benefit learue at the session of the Associated Fraternities of Atnerlra which convened at Chicago yesterday. Dr. Hall was accompsnla on the trip by his son, Harry. Dr. Hall will return to this city about Sept. 3. while Harry will go on to California. Miss Alice Jenkins of Pine street J making friends In New York city. is Miss M. Trecsrtln of Wolcott str-et, who has been 111 for the past fmr weeks with malaria. Is rapidly Improving. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Albany. Aug. 21. Gov. Hughes wl'l begin this week's tour to Hie county fairs on Wednesday, when he Is sched uled lo speitk hi the Saratoga Coun.y fnlr at Hailston. les Moines, Aug. 21. Frost was gen er.il throughout iown lust night. The damage to run cannot be estimated nt this time. Freezing temperature was reported from the lower sections of Northern Iowa. n.vster ft.iy, An. St. ftepresentatlv W. W. forks or Wesihury, U 1.. and Ralph Peters, president nnd geneml nintiHger of the lying Island Itallrond. were Ihe only vlsltou officially received by President Roosevelt to-day. DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Office of the Town Clerk. L " ESTABLISHED IV 176(1. Daiy $6 year $1.50 quarter 50c month. The Weekly $1 per year. A NEW mechanical equipment enables The Journal-Courier to put out in its Daily and vVeeldy editions, a larger newspaper to meet the requirements of the times ; but there is no de viation from the rule of "Quality first," which has 1 always characterized this newspaper. The editorial z pa?e is kept up to a standard of professional excel- ience. J The news of the national campaign of 1908 will X be reported with special thoroughness, and the edi t torial treatment of the great issues involved will be J free and fair, keen and earnest. The Journal- Courier is independent, vigorous and earnest in 2 its service of the people's interests. Besides t "if it's the news, its here." Regular departments t give due attention to literature, art, the drama, I music, sports and outdoor life, the distinctive inter- ests ot women, science and education, business and $ progressive agriculture. t Its Advertising Columns are clean and wholesome, its policy being to exclude every thing of an objec- '1 tinnnhlp nature. I Remembjr that the last edition of the Morning J Journal-Courier is printed at four o'clock in the t morning thus giving its readers advantage of the I full sociated Press service several hours later than those of papers published elsewhere. Mr. and Mrs Charles Johnson . ol yulnnlplac avenue are visiting reli tlces In Pittsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Brown of Philadelphia are vlltlng in mwn for a few d-tya and are being entertained by relatives and frlmds In the borough. The funeral of Mrs. Samuel R. Blatehley, whose death occurred earlv Sunday morning at Littleton. N. H., will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Grace P. B. church on Blatoh ley avenue. The Rev. Oorge A. Alcott will officiate and the Interment will be In Fair Haven cemetery. Quit ctainis. Max Straus to Julia A. Cotteral, Dlxwell avenue, 35 feet. Oliver S. Whit, executor, to Julia A. Cotteral, DWwelt avenue. 35 feet. Pahatore fJentlle .to Concetti Allas slo, Hill street, 5" feet. 1 5c All Silk Taffeta Ribbon Ladies' 25c Swiss Lisle at 9c a yard Vests for lie etch 3-inch all si k taffeta ribbon in nil tlesiraMe Rest quality Swis lisle vests with fine lace colors, just the thinn for children's hair Q' yoke, ribbon trimmed front, back and l bows, wctth 13c a vard nt y armho'es, all sirev 25c value for 1 JL Ladies' 35c Plain and Lace J2-button Length Kayser Lisle Hose at 15c a pair AI Silk Gloves at 77c a Pair These re plain and bee lisle hosiery f ) Thes? are Kayser's all silk trub!e tip- J J in b ack and tan, wo:th 35c a pair at 1 tj ped fincer jjloves, worth 91. ?5 a pair at Ladies' Combination Under- Men's 50c Negligee Shirts muslin Garments for 55c for 28c . ', 7 , These an rreu'ar "5c Garments, consisting 'These are re pu'ar 50c percale and madras ' ' of corset cover and drawers or skirt, all Cffi shirts, in all the chox's- str pes and OOl ' ' hancVmely ttinmed with lace, chocejlj fgures, a'l sires at Ctij "' Roger's Silver Plated Tea- 10c White Cambric at spoons at 22c a Half Dozen 5 c a yard Roger's silver p'ated tea-spoons, all I" lengths of 10 to 20 yards, very "im-ffLUl beautiful drd'zrs. worth 50c a half dofrnAf ilar to Lonsda'e cambric, 10c value ' 25c Package of Fairbank's 50c Fine Cotton Blankets Gold Dust for 15c at 29c each 't These are toree 4-lb packac" of Fair- jfjo Large fire cotton blankets in white. OQ tank's Gold Dust, wotth 25c at 0 gw and tan, worth 50c at- fit has as her guest, fort land. Conn. Miss 'A. North of John Moran of Valley street has re turned home after a two months' vacation. The TV. S. A. C. hoy will hold their weekly meeting this evening In their club rooms on yVhalley avenue.. Miss Mabel Campbell of New York Is the guest of Mrs. Woodard of Forest street. S. A. Orlswold has returned from a visit with friends In Derby. Or. Benjamin Hall, who was the guest of friends In town, haa relumed to his ho-me In Seymour, ftr, Hnll wnsa former practicing physician here. home from New Mexico and Is a.t her old home at Mill Plain. Mrs. A. J. Drake and Miss Edith. Drake have returned from a visit at Catsklll, N. V. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gnrge L. Beach of F.ast Main street are spending a few days In New Hampshire. Warranty Deeds. Alice A. Dawson to Nelson J. B James, Willis street. 35 feet. Angeio Boeciuzl to Pletro Nochello, et ux., Adeline street, 30 feet. Aldlee A. Dawson to Nelson J James, Willis street, 35 feet. B. i.VIks Margaret Jersey Is vlsltln; of Front street. Thompson of New ; Miss Ethel Morton Qulnnlpiac Hose and Hook and lad der company will hold Us regular meet ing this evening and as several very Important. Items of busliuss are to come up before the company for action the meeting promises to be ery Interesting. Mrs. Thomas Tate and Mrs. McRae are visiting Mrs, Thomas Oebbe of the Fair Haven Heights. A large delegation of the D, Of Tj went to Mr. Dudley's farm al Deep i Hlver yesterday, where thry enjoyed a melon cut and a general go id time. Mortgages, Lillian V. Beecher to Robert A. Palmer, Whalley avenue, 52 feet, $1, 400. Jeannette Holloway to New Haven Savings bank, Woolsey street, 80 feet, $noo. Julia A. Cotteral to New Haven Pavings bank. Dlxwell avenue. 35 feet; $2,. inn. Julia A. Cotteral to Max Straus, Dlx well avenue. S5 feet; $ 2 n . Henry G. Breenlng to Lnmas A Net tleton, Truman slreet, 35 feet; 3,00n. Pletro Nochello, et ux., lo Angeio Bocruzal, Adeline street, 30 feet; $150. Joas?. Ij. R. Hemingway to C. M. Drake, one family house for one year. Ms Pendens. Lewis Hawthorne vs. Hubert E. Warner and Garrett J. KlUgrra Id. foreclosure nf mortgage, Kerry street, 40 feet. A number of young men nf Westvllle held a clam bake at the Wst Shorn Sunday. After the good dinner waa served gamed were enjoyed, A rery in teresting game of hull between the married men and the single men result ed In the defeat of the single men by a s''ore of 13 to 1. Frank Doollttle of Woodbrldge was umpire of the game. Mlse Grace Oesterlee Is spending a vacation In Vermont.' Rohert Pattln of Whalley avenue moved Saturday to the West Shore, where they will spend the rest of the summer. William Peterson of Burton etreet Ji.lns his wife and family In Scotland this week. Mrs. Peterson sailed early In the bu turner. They nil! return from Glasgow about the end of September. - - 1 - ..J Miss Julia I.anphler of Branford Point Is visiting relatives In Cheshire. frvlng Field, who ,was In Bridge port on huslnes-i, has returned to his home In Branford. Bishop Daniel A. Goodsell preached his annual sermon at the Short Beach chapel Sunday. A large congregation was present. Miss Laura. Towner has arrived BRANFORD. The W. C. T. I", will picnic Lighthouse Thursday. at the Miss Harriet Terry, who Is vlsltln!; I'rlemls at Mllhurn, N. J., will extend her visit, to Brooklyn and Fatehoque, I oug f la nd. Mr. and Mrs. A, W. "Wright of Anis si feet, who have been Htaylng nt the Certificate of .Vtmrlinipiit, .William S. I.evlne vs. Guiseppe D'Acate et al.. Warren street, 27 feet, $1,000. Paul Jahlnge vs. Max Jahingc, Syl van avenue, 34 feet, $300, WESTYILLE. i T ft Post Toasties Formerly enlled fill jith's Muuim Specimen copies sent free on application. The Carrington Publishing Co., I NEW HAVEN, CONN. "HAVE ARRIVED" Merit and the "Tnste Unit Lin gers" keep the delicious, crisp, brown food in mini when some thing nice Is WHtited. I he nnd l.V. I Mrs. Edmund Wnlven of Burton . street has gone to Litchfield, w here she : will spend iwo weeks with friends ; there. 1 Mrs. K, B. Pope of Whalley avenue .left. Monday for a two weeks' visit with friends in Wlnsted. . Mr. Sullivan of Hartford is the guest of Mis ,1. Finch of SSI Whalley avenue. Hpecln! .Iniirnnt-t'iiiirlrr Werrn rvlce. Branford, Aug. 24,- The people of St. Mary's pariah held a very Success ful lawn party on the grounds of the, rectory thlfl evening, Dnnclnir was en joyed and refreshments consisting of Ice crea'tn, cake and candy were served. open nlr meetings were held on Main 'street the p.i at three evenlriKS by Itinerant, speakers. Their costume bore a marked resemblance to that of the Salvation Army, the name on the front of their calis being "The Pillar j of Kire." Their methods hear a .close resemblance to the Mohammed'tn tier- vlshen, dancing being a feature of very j unhtue modes of worship, Anot'ier j sinking peculiarity or tluir methods w the ulter absence, of collections. As the men claim to come from Denver, suspicion has been aroused In some quarters that, the men are Mormon missionaries in disguise, or ibis, how ever, there Is no tangible evidence. Why is a Man foolish enough to trust to his memory all his Impor tant business affairs when there aro so many little devices to relieve such conditions? Don't do It. See us, John R. P.f mb?rt & Co. 262 State St. Business Specialists. A RELIABLE RAZOR ' "Sh?p.Sh97" ?3c Safoty Ruer "The Mlsdo'i the thing." Mid tl tilKhly tempered 4tccl. rour.4 rl honed to the kftn-s ct;t. The frimt trd bcldii lit in ot-' pl-ce tln (Inlih ilm-pltfl W till .von the -vl'.ole ikt st 25c. I M t cten'.e a marl'tt for our VM. Kxt: a Bladen Pnrkare ' of Are Blades, tic. astln flDlh llTer-alated' SIIHP-bHAVR" ST HOP PI. He """IT'S All IN OUR BLADZS. Our gnamnteei 'MONEY HACK IF YOU WAN! IT SSsrp-Shavr Razor Co. -10S-110 Dnsna At.. New Vork City. I'SiniP-KI! IVff" llAZOItS ate lr j! fn till the UKGKMAS DRI U S1VMZ9 In (irtitrr S'tir York end at ll ftli ' hie tlriiirrf Htrourmul tne tfOMlfy, ' I 1 AT GUN STORE, 5 Church Strast. . Miss Nellie Begley of Hartford Is the guest of Miss Alice Begley of Ivy street. 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Hie Conti nental ear is recognized as one of the great successful machines in the t'oun try. If yon want one leave your ordet nt once orders require at least all weeks to fill. We'woiild br pleased to give demonstration an) time. Tha Continental Automobile Manfg Co. 121 Olive Street. 'Phone 5232-2.