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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1908.
t Tl?e(iia$Hopii(o- The Quarterly Style Book A 35c Book for 5 cents The autumn num ber of the Quarter ly Style Book Is now on sale at the Pattern counter. In number, size and beauty of Its Illus trations and In helpfulsuggestlons to home dressmak ers, the Quarterly excels any fashion book selling for 35 cents to 50 cents, yet you may buy a copy of this great pattern book for ONLY 5 CENTS EXTRA, If purchased In con nection with a 15-cent pattern. The autumn Quarterly contains over 140 large pages and 1,000 Illustrations of the Ladles' Home Journal Patterns tnere Is a pattern for every need of the home dressmaker. This Issue also contains a children's supplement which alone Is worth more than we ask for the entire book. 10-R00M HOME FOR SALE, ,,N TRUMBULL ST. (might rout to right person) LOT 40x200. A most subMantlully built house and a very pleasant home on a desirable street, This property can be bought reasonably and terms made easy If required. ENQUIRE of ALBERT W. MATT00N. i m SEGARSTOm Mittoon't Carnnr. 808 Chapel St., cor. Orange. READYILLE RACES Opened Yesterday With Large Attendance McDonald Gets Three Firsts. Bay Rum AMERICAN TROTTING DERBY Attracts Vlsllors from All Taru of tlio Country To Be Decided With Two Preliminary Heats. -.at one-half Price 1W OFFICIAL AVERAGES Show Simmons the Only Local .300 Sticker New Haven Holds Fourth Place in Team Batting. JOHN WOLF 739 Chapel St. Over Hull's Drug Store. 2FTDT3R Placed with us now. vour fnr win ibe carefully examined, repaired, stored tor me summer ana Insured against moths and fire. TOMBED) TEL. 1597-2. It's the Figure, Not the Face, Thai Attracts Admiration The LA GHKCQl'E SHEATH CORSETS give the classical lines, and ore adaptable to the new SHEATH GOWX. LA GRECQVE divided skirt and "l,EOX." French three-piece garment are the only ones that give the correct clinging effect $2.00 to $25.00, A complete line of Cornet and I'ndcnvear nhvajs on band. Fittings of Mout figures a specially. Ie I,og RUBBER CORSETS. . ' l R. R. Corset-Underwear Shop 'Phone 4451-2. Corsets Cleaned and Rppalied. Diamond Chippings. - ..c uctiriiHi-t.'ourier m tne oui minr I11 the Mule hnrhiK It own reporter follow up the home tram In all of Itw OUt Of tOW n KH1I1PD. The locals will canter to New Brit ain to-tlay and meet Manna's minstrels. A briMeball performnnra would prove Interesting for a change. any more this season. While with the team Kddle was a diligent and hard worker. He made sure of everything In his territory and worked well with the stlrk and on winning baaeB. New Britain, Aug. 21, Arthur' Me Cahe, New Hrltaln'H renter fielder who was suspended and fined lino last Thursday for striking Umpire Rortv, was reinstated to-day. The fine will stand. Lucky for Rorty he la booked for Waterbury. To be attacked hy a moo twice 1n one season Is enough, Red Is ont outMor a second. Either Phil Corcoran or Paige will undertake the delivery of the shoots. Since the squeeze play has been re sorted to by the New Haven team, it han resulted favorably for them. Yes terday's winning run was secured by the squeeze, Forgue. working It. When he went to the bat George Bone was heard to say: "Gill has never failed to bunt when told to." GUI made good yesterday and bunted again, Murray and Havel have been given their releasing papers by Bone. "Kid" Sherwood hurt himself and Havel re turned and replaced him, while Mur. ray asked for another trial, which was given him. Bone has decided to retain Carrlck and let him work again. Now that the Giants have secured a firm grip on first place, they will work hurd to retain It. Donlln failed to cut down Wagner's lead In yesterday's games. "Honus" bent him out with the willow. The hatting averages up to date of the two players follow! AB. H. P.C. Wagner, I' 404 135 .333 Donlln, N. Y 532 140 .324 With the exception or Maggert of Springfield, who has Jumped Into, the lead again, and MrCabe of New Brit ain, the batters find It hard to hold their own, and the pitchers are still 1 Judge and doing notable stunts, with hits nnd 1 George w runs quite scarce. As very few bat ters are making gains, It Is doubtful If the .300 list Is much Increased during the three weeks of the now waning season. The only change this week brings Armbruster gf Holyoke, who has played In but few games, In place of Dolan, who had a poor week since his return from a brief vacation. Mr Cshe of New Britain, who Is under suspension, ha been one of the league's most conslstant strikers. He Is one of the few good left handed hitters In the league. Maggert of Springfield has added strength to the southslde batsmen, but the Hat Is rath er limited with the decline of some of the old timers this season. The rec ord: Maggert. Springfield 345 Rising, Springfield '.....332 O'Rourke, Bridgeport SIS Gardner, Hartford 3H Mcfabe, New Britain 314 radrop, New Britain 313 Simmons, New Haven 310 Armbrustev, Holyoke 309 Soffel, Merlden 30(1 Stankard, Springfield 300 Ten in Hotting. Hartford Is still In Ihe lead In team batting 'but with a point less than last week. No learn made a gain. They all either remained tne same or lost ground. .Waterbury parted with four points and Merlden and Bridgeport with two each. Bridgeport has lost no less than eighteen points In the Inn six weeks, Merlden has also lost Boston, Aug. 24. Czarevna, owned by D, Comyn of New York, won tho American Horse Breeders' Futurity for trotting foala of 1906, the feature race of the opening day ot the Grand circuit meeting at Keadvllle race track land her second heat In 2:15 8-4 low j ered the previous record for the stake , of 2:17, made last year by The Lead ing Lady, She was for superior In speed to the rest of the field of start ers, Belva.sln and Cinrlne Binned barely neaping the distance in the final heat. Lou McDonald was very successful In the three other events In the card, winning easily with Lrslle Waterman the 2:10 pace, though In a eiuplo ot heuts he drew the finish close with Arrow, driven bylthe New Hampshire relnstnan "Long Shot" Cox. Ward was a hnndy winner of two Jieats In the 2:21 trot, but In the third was pipped by Kldd McGregor right at the wire, Ed Geers having slipped through next the pole. McDonald's third win was the Horse Breeders' Futurity for three- ear-old pacers with Master McKerron. It was simply a big Ji b for the son of John A. McKerron, It being only the gener osity of McDonald that he didn't dist ance the other starters. Clover Patch, Ihe Buffalo entry, was off her' form through having torn off a portion of a forward foot while being ogged this afternoon. The city Ij fast filling with visitors from all parts ot this country, Canada and even from abroad, to see the $50, 000 Derby to-morrow, Baron Ausch koff and a party arrived from Russia. The baron two years ago bought the sensational two-year-old stallion Blue Hill, 2:15 3-4. of John P. Hall .of Mil ton, Mass., besides several noted trot ting mares with low records for breed ing purposes. Albert H. Merrill of Danvers, Mass., ,ls starting Judge at the meeting. A. J. rnallnff " t Va... -1. I,. . I 1 11 ,,.Tn,,,i4 wt , join 1.1 mr prPHHling associated with him Is Leavitt, New England's famous horseman. Summary: American Horse Breeder , Futurity, I'm in in iinjn, ironing, purse si.ouo. In 3: Czarevn. ch.f. by Peter the Great, oslannla, by Onward (Nolan)... 1 Belvasln, b.f. (Titer) 2 Csiarlne Blngen. br.f. (McOrath).. 4 Jthonelander. h.e 1 Paige) 8 dig yens, b.r. ( voungi Time, 2:17 S-4; 2:15 J-4. Owing to the recent reduction In the IL S. Custom Duties on Biy Rum Imported In bulk, we offer straight (un watered) 107 per cent, proof Bay Rum, first quality, the Identical goods sold by us for years past at $1.00 per bottle at exactly one half price. Large bottle, Tea and Tea Blending Our blcnda, as quoted, arc the exact character of J tho English Teas, having been selected by an expert. X They have the same exquisite characteristics as in the teas of the other continent. Green and black blends : CEYLON INDIA ENGLISH BREAKFAST, FORMOSA (Bliitk), Gl'XFOWDER (Green), IMPERIAL (Green), JAPAN (Black and Green), OOLOXG (Black), YOFNG IIYSONT (Green). 50 cts. -35 S-t-aXi Sir- srvTH)i g ij.u Kt ii w k lonarjfur RlTX FIRST AM) SECOND. heBvlly. The record: Hartford , ,23; Springfield 23' New Britain ' , .H New Haven ., 23 Bridgeport K,22 Holyoke ,,,,.,,, 22 Merlden 23 Waterbury 22 2:13 class, pacing, purse H.200: Leslie Waterman, ch.g., by Oh So (McDonald 1 '. . . . , 1 Arrow, b.g. (t'ox) 2 Indy of Honor, ch.m. (Thomas) 3 Prince A. Hundell, b.h. (Geers 1 4 purse 11,000, 1 2 2 :2t class, trotting, (three heat: Ward. b.h. by The Baron (Mc Iionald) 1 Kldd McGregor, b.h. by Jay McGregor 1 Geers) , 3 Prince Kilil. blk. h. iKssery).. 2 llaron Hells, b g. (Malnney).. Hronson, b.g. 1 Titer) Alice Victor, b m. (Goodrich) Jiipe. jr., b.g. (Toiler)- liedotte, blk.m. (McCarthy).. Time, 2:13 1-2; 2:11; 2:14 1-4 5 4 fi dls dls Golden Pearl nnd IIcskIiih TnUe Wlilrl Ktnkes hi Empire (ily. Empire City, Aug. 24 A. J. Joyner'e entry, Golden Pearl and Ilesplun, ran first and second In the 'Whirl stakes, the feature of the card at Empire CUy this afternoon. Mr. Joyner hud devour ed to win with Golden Pearl and the race was run very nlctly to orders. Magazine went out to make the pa 't. followed by Golden Pearl, utid sh ved the way to the fur turn, where Hes sian moved up from lift to first pla v, here he tor.lc a two lengths lead and could have won by many lengths, hut when his stable mute Golden Trurl came through on me rim, l!.. Diigni on Hessian began to ease him up and Golden Pearl won by one nnd n halt lengths, with Hessian a couplo of lengths before Frlzelte. Acting District Attorney Elder of Kings county, was a visitor ut the track today, hut gave out no state ment. He was followed about the course by a big crowd. American Horse Breeder Futurity, foals of 1905, paring, purse $1,000, two In three: Masler McKerron, hr.e, hy John A. McKerron, Mnssette, by Ten nesee Wilkes1 1 McDonald) ... Katani. g g. ( Voung) Cloverpntch. br.h. iSnowl Time, 2 :J 7 1-4; 2:17 8-4. 1 Choice Prime Meats AND Fresh Killed Poultry. The BEST QUALITY is tho CONSTANT AIM of this market. We are ready to serve you with the best the mart.s afford, and at prices that are fair and just. Prompt service. Send us your orders. We arc pleasing particular customers we will try and please you. We recommend bulk tea to everyone, and not the packages. The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 Chapel St. X. D. During July and August Store Closes at 0 P. M. Saturday at 8:30 P. 31, 1 ' L D. M. Welch & Stn. NATIVE POTATOES. hplomllrt Cookers, and the price $1.00 bushel. Irplnlu Sweet Potatoes, 35c peck. Native Tomatoes, only 30p per basket. Now In the best time for making Ciiisup, us tomatoes arc fluent we have lind this Reason. POULTRY. We handle nothing but frehh-killed stock. I,ihik Inland Ducklings, 20c lb. Young, Tender Fowl, 20c lb. , 1'hie lirollcr and Roasting Chickens, 21c lb. FRESH FRUITS. l ine Ilarllett Tears for running, 73c basket. Native French Cantaloupe, Ihe sweet kind, at 10c, 3 for 2.V, and 13c, 2 for 23c, according to size, (iivcn (ilnger Hoot for preserving, 10c lb. , ' D. M. Welch & Son. FAin ITAVEN. 38 and 40 CONGRESS AVE. NEW HAVEN. WEST HAVEN. .K-H'M4H'Hr4 Tuesday, August 25. - . ' t rcwr tjrrDTr and dont miss what JLWWIV. lXEjIXEj we have to say about OUR OWN SUGAR CURED HATIB Each Ham Is mild, sweet and tender, with the "I-wlll-hnve-soine-inore-thank-vou" flavor; KI'.CF.IPT FKF.E A receipt how to boll a ham, also how to bake n hum, free with each purchase of a ham, or part thereof. . 1. C. PFAFF 6 SON, The Best Heats 7-1) Church Street. Telephone 1040. Fisher Is the lendor nmnng the pitchers of Hnrtfnrrt. The only pnme charfffd ntralnat him Ib that forfeltfd In New Brltnln by order of the direc tors of the leajrue. when the snore was a tie. Pete Wilson has pitched the moat games. Here is the record TV, U P.C. Wilson IS 8 .W Schuman 15 fl .714 Bwnnson 12 10 . IS 4 f Kviimf 1ft 10 ,r,oo Fisher 8 1 .887 Eddie Plelsg will probably fall to re turn nnd play for the New Haven ninu. the rest of the season. He 1ms received an offer for a Job during the winter, with the understanding that he accept It at the present time and start rlRht to work. Farmer Pleiss may agree and accept the work. The New Haven team loses a good man in Eddie Flelss and the fans will feel sorry to learn that he will not play Your Luxurious Rugs ehould not be beaten or subjected to rough treatment one ordinary Is worse than a year's wear. The Vacuum System cleans rugs without Injury It sucks out AXL the duet and dirt without damaging the fibres of the fabric. ' Prolongs the life of rugs by making them ABSOLUTELY clean. Brings out the original freshness and beauty of coloring. 'Phone 2700 for Particulars. Lirrox A GOOD SPOUT. New York, An. 24,-r-Slr Thomas Lip ton today sent $500 to the fund for welcoming home the American team of Olympic athletes. In his cablegram Sir Thomas said: "Better sportcmen never crossed the ocean. Sorry cannot be with you but may put me down for $500." A XJXIOX EXCURSIOX. Sunday Schools from Xorthport, Ij. I., at the Rock To-morrow. A union excursion of the Episcopal and Presbyterian Sunday schools of Xorthport, L. I., will be held at Savin i Rock, tomorrow. The excursionists will arrive 'here about 12:30 on a steamer which has i been specially chartered for the occa sion; special trollies will be In waiting at the dock to convey them to the .scene of their festivities. ! Thlii excursion arouses considerable ! Interest among a large number of New 'Haven people who have many friends coming here on that day. Team Fielding. What the league teams have lost In batting Is made up In fielding, and the averages stand high, with more Improvement than loss. Errorless games are numerous, and Hartford and Springfield promise to break all previous records. Hartford now has twenty-four perfect performances, while Springfield can show 'nineteen. New Britain and Holyoke can each show twelve, while Waterbury has eight. New Haven seven, Merlden six, and Bridgeport but four, a total of ninety-two, which beats any previous record for a full season in the Con necticut league. New Haven had the best record for a club back in 1904 when It showed no less than twenty six perfect games. Hartford ought to beat that easily In the next three weeks. During the past week Water bury was the only team to lose ground. All the others gained. The records: Springfield 956 Hartford 955 New Britain 943 Holyoke , 943 Waterbury 941 Merlden 935 New Haven 935 Bridgeport . , . ; 935 , SIDNEY W. CHALLENGER. American Trotting perby. The great harness event of the year, the American Trotting Derby with a purse of $50,000 as an Incentive, will be held tomorrow on the Readvllle track In connection with the second day of the Orand Circuit, with conditions which makeg the event unique In the history of horse racing In this coun try Forty-four harness horses, most of them tfell known, are entered for the event and will compete not on equal terms, but upon a (system of handi caps. The slowest horses will start from the three-quarters of a mile post, or a quarter of a mile behind the wire, and the fastest horses 500 feet In the rear, all the horses leaving their marks at the sound of a big bell from practi cally a standstill, Instead of scoring side by side for the wire. A the field Is believed to be too large to send away Rt the same time the race will be de cided with two preliminary heats, with I eight, horses to qualify for the final which will be held late in the after noon. The heaviest handicapped horses In the race are Sweet Marie and Sono ma Girl. The conditions of the race are so novel to both drivers and horses the past performances are not expected to count In estimating the result. The fastest horse will have Irage fields through which they must nush their way, while the distances are all new and the starting unusual. ROOSEVELT TO RECEIVE. New York, Aug. 24. President Roosevelt to-day advised the local committee In charge of the reception to the American team of Olympic ath letes that he would be glad to have the members of the team visit him at Sagamore Hill next Monday. He also notified the committee that he had re quested the navy department to ar range for the participation of contin gents from the naval service and ma rine corps In the parade of Saturday. Frank R. Baldwin, 1231 Chapel, cor. Howe St. Telephone 63R two wire. SCHOEN BERGE R'S EXTRA SPECIAL SALE. TUESDAY SALE. . 7 Hamburg Steak 9c 1 Rack Steak 90 All Our Markets Have This Sale To-day' (Tuesday). ARE YOU A SMOKER? Are you away from your regular territory? We have your BRAND of CIGARS. Why try to get along with some other brand when we can mail or express them to you for a postal? Telephone 2160-2161. Ijcrs of i .am Ii Mo Hound Stcnk Mo Uncoil Mo 1 4im h Chops .Mo Siiusnge , Co Veal Chops Mo Corned Heef Pork (imps 13 I 'lour, a ling 72o Force lno Broken Rice . . ) Bo Deans for Unking 80 IS burs Soap 25c Slnrch, pound 40 Cheese, Full Cream ; lflo Van Camp Milk t -lo Fruit and Vegetables, All In Irge Quantities. REMEMBER OCR I.!IA' SALES. This is the time of year for Bacon and Eggs. Nothing more appetizing We have another lot of the MOHAWK brand of BACON packed by the Beechnut Canning Co. 20c per Jar. The F. J. Markle Co. DEATH. The Vacuum MISS IIAIL IX CANADA. Miss E. C. Hall of this citv who frrrnf Cf spending the summer In Montreal, P. JIVUllvl KJKJ Q , Canada, has sent some very Inter esting postals to friends here. The 36 Church Street, , picture "Market Day, Jacquea Cartler j Square," is quite an Interesting souve Garage 621 Grand Arcuue. inlr. AT HAltTFOKI). Aug. 24. Walter GKAXD CIRCT IT Readvllle, Mass., R. Cox, lessee of the Granite State track at Dover, N. II., who is here at tending the races, announced to-night that, owing to the lack of entries, the grand circuit race meet advertised for next week In that city has been de clared off. Many of the horses here will go direct to Hartford, Conn., where the circuit will be resumed La bor day week. BLATCHLRY In Littleton. N.- H., Aug ust 2,1, 1 90S, Nannie Evans, wife of Samuel U. Blatchley, In the 69th year of her srs. Funeral services will he held at Grace P. K, church, Blatchley avenue, on Tuesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Friends are Invited to attend. au25 1 1 CLARK-In thiB city, August 23, 1908, Annie E., wife of James Clark. Funeral services will be held at No. 52 Derby avenue on Tuesday afternoon at half-past two o'clock. Friends ara Invited to attend. au24 2t JOHNfiltBERTSJsON ANNOUNCEMENT. I desii e to announce to my friends and the public generally, that pending a readjustment of my affairs, calis intended for mc may be sent to Messrs. Lewis & M-ycock.No. 1112 Chapel Street. All work will receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 675. ROBT. N BUR WELL, Undortakoiu Did it ever occur to you that you can procure irom us a Spanish Sherry, imported by us, at a price as low as a first- grade California product, and in flavor, etc, far superior ? We have a Sherry that we draw from the wood. ANNOUNCEMENT. I desire to annoimee to the public that I 11111 now acting In the capacity of Family Hi'prcurolntlve In hoiine 11 1 luournlnK during; th funeral period attending to th many details which present themselvei nt such a time) ren. ilrrlna nnlN,tiince to funeral director, nnd rcprmcnHnit the family on all oe. cnnloDn. Amilnetf w,h all lending un dertaker. MRS. J, WILLIAM KEMVEV Telephone DUS3-4. 026 Chnpcl Street. 173 Dixwell Avenue. 540 Congress Avenue, MAIN STORES! . 103-105 Broadway. BRANCHES: 843 Dixwcll Avenue. State Street, corner Olive. 275 Edgewood Avenue. TO COMPETE IN" SEMI-FINALS. Bottle.;.. Full Quart. Gallon.... 75c .85c $2.50 Four Highly Ranked Flayers In Sinfflcs To-rtuy Results of Contests. Newport, Aug. 24. Two former hold ers of the national title and two other highly ranked players will compete in the fteml-tlnala of the national lawn tennis tournament In singles tomor row, as a result of the contests in the sixth round which were played today. The former champions are William J. Clothier of Philadelphia and Beala C. Wright of Boston. The other survivors are F. B. Alex ander of Now York and Nat Emerson of Chk'Hgo. X the winners In today's play, except Emerson, had an easy time, disposing of their opponents in straight sets. Emerson, however, had the hardest kind of a contest Witn Jones, fill games being pluyed before ie could win. Clothier will meet Alexander tomor row, while Wright will play against Emerpon. The experts tonight believed that the two former champions would meet In the llnals. Clothier, Wright and Alexander have come Ru far In the tournament, without losing a set, w hile Emerson has lost ' at least una set In every match he has played. UP ON THE MOUNTAINS In Mtchfteld County grow some of the finest Blueberries that this country produces. We have them fresh dally; also Raspberries and Blackberries from heor-by farms. Georgia Peaches are now at tneir uesi, aim m nave a large supply every morning. Georgia Watermelons delivered ice cold. 1 Cali fornia Cantaloupes arc equal to the best Rocky Fords. Best selections here- THE MIRROR FRUIT STORE. J B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST.