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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1908.
4 Thursday, Sept. a. mill T - 708-800-802 CHArftL STUMET. Only a Few More Green Tags Left. Do You Want One or Two of Them? The big "Summer Clearance" signs that stretched across our show-windows are gone. , New goods coming in and the,last of last season's garments nearly gone. There are a few great " savings left in Ladies' Jackets Ladies' Waists Ladies' Suits Ladies' Skirts and Satin Rubber Rain Coats. Our Summer Clearance Reductions are too well known to need comment The few garments remaining are wonderful bargains. n-m- H1I Itltttttltttttttt Musicon the Machias. When Uio Connecticut Xaval Militia go nboard the gunboat Mnclilns Rfrnln tho plensuro of their cruise will be Increased n hundred-fold by tho aeqiil.slllon of a new Sterling I'layer-I'lano, which has been delivered by us on board tho warship. - The Sterling riuyer-riano was selected in preference to any other instrument of its type. HEWS OFTHE STATE T. Roosevelt, Jr., in Thompson- ville Visits Carpet Mills. MITE OF A CHILD DEAD Knr Nearly nillen Off in Flglit saultrd by prto Norwich Suicide. As- i The M.Sonnenberg Piano Co. jj f Telephone 878-2. 801 Chapel Street, i I I I I M Mf ,m m m m -M a M " WWW w: I Araucarias Pine Trees " Nire healthy plants, just right for the house. Now is the time to get them. Morse Floral Co. t , Tel. 5893. 37 CHURCH ST. TTTTTf TTtTVTttTTTTTTTtttTTTTTtTTT TOHN WOLF 739 Chapel St. Over Hull 's Drug Store. Placed with us nowl your furs will be carefully examined, repaired, stored for the summer and insured against moths and fire. TEL. 1597-2. Thompsonvllle, Sept. 2. President Roosevelt's son, Theodore, Jr., camo here to-day as the guest of Robert P. Perkins, president of the Hartford Curpct corporation. The afternoon' was spent In the enrpet mills wateh in the process of the manufacture of carpets. This evening an Informal rereptlon was held In tho Calumet club. Rohbpry In South Xorwalk. South Norwalk, Sept. 2. Sometime early to-day a burglar paid a visit to the cigar store of John Oldonschlager In Washington street. The man open ed the outside door, and then un locked tho ' safe, apparently without any trouble, as there were no marks on It. The sum of $27.60 was taken, and the police are trying to solve the mystery. A Ullte of a Child. New Britain, Sept. 2. The Infant! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nel son, which died this week and was burled yesterday afternoon, was prob ably tho smallest child ever born In this city. Though two months and seventeen days old, the child welghel only twenty-four ounces and was only about fourteen Inches In length. ,Tho child was unusually small at birth but was fully matured and grew since birth. The mother thinks the child weighed about sixteen ounces at birth, and was about twelve Inches In length. Gastritis and faulty digestion was the cause of the Infant's death. Nearly lilt an Far Off. Derby, Sept. 2. James Donnorummo was arrested today charged with as sault and mayhem, It being alleged that during a quarrel with James Dad dlo of Centervlllo, In East Derby last evening he bit off half of the letter's car. Assaulted by Xcrto. Naugatuck, Sept. 2. The authorities are today looking for a negro, named William Smith, In connection with an attack alleged to have been made' upon Mrs. Hendricks, a white woman at her home In MUldlebury yesterday. The woman Is said today to be In a serious though not necessarily fatal condition. According to tho Information which the authorities have, Smith is. alleged to have Rone to (he Hendricks house, and In the course of his visit there a quarrel developed. To escape from Smith 'Mrs. Hendricks ran upstairs and Smith followed her, striking her over the head with ft euppldor with such force as to fracture her skull, Inflle.t- scalp wounds and shatter the cuspidor, Mrs. Hendricks, It is said, then ran out of the house and into the yarn where Smith followed fuid bent her with a club. He Jhen went away, and Mrs, Hendricks was later found by her husband lying on the floor of the house In great pain. She was said today to be partly conscious and preparations were made to take her to the Water burv hospital. Smith Is said to have been drinking. Suicide by Prownlnfc. Norwich, Sept. 2. Eugene Gay, aged M years, committed suicide by lumping Into the Yantlc river in front of the Chelsea boat house here today. It Is said that he had been drinking henvl lv for the past few days, and that he had haluelnatlnns that somebody was following him. He leave a widow. Ptnto nonrd of Charities. Hartford, Sept. 2. A meeting of the state board of charities was held at the capltol today. Mrs. Rehekkah Bacon reported visits to the school for boys In Merlden, the almshouse and county Jail In New Haven all of which were found In good condition. Other In stitutions In New London And Tolland counties were visited and reports fav orable on their condition were made. of harmony and the statement by on of his opponents that the ward ought to have dolegates at the convention and owed It to the rest of the city to elect them he refused to call It, saying however, that he would not mind If one was called without him. He then started oft down the street with Major Isbell and the assembly disbanded without trying to take any action. In the other wards there was com plete contrast. Although the calls In each cams under the same method as In the Tenth ward there was no dis pute over It and everything went smoothly. The delegates In. practical ly all. the wards were .unlnstructed, but It Is believed that they will all be for Robert E. Lee, the attorney who Is most prominently mentioned for the nomination and whose choice Is practically assured. In the Ninth, which Is Lee's home ward, the dole gates are Instructed for him. The delegates chosen In each of the wards follow: First John McCarthy, Frank R. Fisher, E. P.. Merrlam, Frank H. Ma son, L. Chapman, Henry Hlllman. Second E. S. Pickett, Louis Knoll meyer, Edward J. Stanford, Patrick Gallagher, John Flannery, John F. Clarke,- Frank H. Pierce, J. J. Chand ler, Herbert W. Ovlatt, Domlnlo J. Collins. . Third William F. .Clark, Philip Well, Barnett Berman.'Fred J. Me Korness, Jacob Caplan, George Mon tano, Edward W. Lynch, John J. Scalley. Fourth Charles T. Brown, Freder ick E. Whltaker, Michael Cavanaugh, Morris Weiss, Ralph Hoyt, Henry Schneider, George H. Hoey, Lorenzo Mattll, W. W. Ailing, Walter G. Corn- stock, Charles Smith, Charles H. Orolly, Carl F. Stahl Fifth F. V, Smith, Fred Thomp son, Francis wood, Fetor Keynoias, Lulgl Consorte. Sixth C. S. Schappa, Joseph Len'I, Thomas F. Stammers, Jr., Edward Petrosemose, John Delia Valla, Frank Ellis. Seventh Samuel Well, Edward J. Maroney, William Conklln, Patrick Reynolds, Dennis Lombard!, Gennarro Ahnuruma, Antonio Mosca, Eighth Oscar P. Ives, Frederick Carlson, Joseph H. t'lman, Gustave Eisner, Josrph T. Kollerstrom, Charles Friable, Emll Loos, Charles Pratt, Ed ward Sullivan, Charles B. Matthewson, Leroy L. Jackson. Ninth Robert E. Lee, Walter Malt- by, David L. Davis, Arthur L. Green, Charles Unger, E. A. Thompson, Fred W. Orr, Charles Bracken, Harry C. Young, Jacob Hodge, Henry rlamll'.on, Robert Callahan, Frank Veltch, John Lyons, Andrew, G. Parker, Captain Daniel ' Tillman, Harry Trecartln, Charles Davidson. Tenth Not elected. Eleventh Morris Felnmark, James McMahon, Edgar H. Johnson, Thomm Nolan, James Greene, James F. La den, Henry Elmers. Thirteenth Truman 8. Footo, Frank II. Belden, Jr., Carl F. Bollman, John W. Hlne. Fourteenth John R. Hotchklss, Berne A. Russell, William A, Con nell. Fifteenth Ernest Potter,- Joseph Sternschuss. The convention will be held In the hall of the Young Men's Republican cluh thlB evening at 8 o'clock. w:l.bouglas THE BEST $50 SHOES FOR WEN W.'L. DOUGLAS MAKES AND SELLS MORE MEN'S $3.50 SHOES THAN ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD. The reason W. L Douglas $&50 shoes are worn by more men in all walks of life than any other make is 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. The 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., ttnd show you how carefully W.LDouglas $3.50 shoes are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and areof greater value than any other muke. (Signed) CHAIRMAN HALL . IN TENTH BALKS (Continued from First Page.) be established If he called the cau ens. The more argument was used the mora determined' Mr. Hall was to per sist In his views and despite the plea PEROXIDE CREAM A MII.D fKIN BLEACH. IT KEEP THE K1N WHITE AND THE COMPLEXION KA1H. It. Is a pure skin cerate In which the harmless and ettlelent whitening agent, Peroxide of Hydrogen, has been suc cessfully Incorporated. OXYGEN DOES IT. Oxygen gas Is one of Nature's bleach ing ugents. Applied to the skin In Peroxide Cream it clears the pores of Impurities and produces a rich white ness that Is not to be secured by other means. MADE DY SPECIALISTS. The Peroxide used in Its preparation Is manufactured exclusively by the American Druggists Syndicate, which controls the sundard A. D. S. brand of Peroxide of Hydrogen. . WILL NOT GROW II AIR.' It will not encourage a growth of hair on the face or bleach the hair or eyebrows. , TO LOOK YOUR I1EST. Get ft Jar of Peroxide Cream at Gil lespie's, snd begin to use it to-day. To morrow you will see the Impiovement. A light application of the cream night and morning will keep your skin clean, sweet nnd wholesome. Price 35 Ccut the Jar. Gillespie's Drug Store 'Phone Otia-4. T44 CHAPEL STREET, (inoris Delivered, They All Say HUYLER'S CHOCOLATE AND THE PURE FRUIT SYRUP dispensed at tho soda water fountuln of the City Hull Pharmacy are the finest summer drinks in (his city. Wo would like to have your judgment on It. , NEXT DOOR CITY HALL. DOES N0x CUTTING JjiJ Some people don't have sense enough to hold on to u good friend when they make one. Even have their corns cut instead of having Dr. Munsfleld, 787 Chanel Ktreet, cure them. SCHOOL SHOES. Tuesday September 8th school opens and one of the most necessary articles to buy is shoes. We have a large and well selected stock to choose irom. BOYS'. Calf Lace... $1.50, $2, $2.80, $8, $3,S0 Cnlf Button ....,.'.... ..$3.50 Tan Calf Lace $2.60 nnd $3.50 LITTLE MEN'S. Gun Metal Hut ton .$2.75 YOUTHS'. Cnlf Lnoe. . . .$1.50, $1.75, $2.25, $2.50 VM Kid I-ace ,i...$1.78 .....$2.2 Tun Calf Lace. Calf I.aee $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 MISSES V.lel Kid Button nnd Laoe. , $1.25, $1.50, $200, Box Calf nnd Gun Metal Lace. . . $1.50, $2.00, $3.00 Tan Cnlf Lace nnd Button...... ...... .". . .$2.00, $2.25, $3.00; $3.5J MISSES'. (Ladles' Sizes 2$ to 8, Safety Heel.) Gun Metal Button nnd Lace.... .$2.25 nnd $2.50 Vlcl Kid Button nnd Lace .....$2.00, $2.50, $3.50 Tan Calf Button f ... $1.00 CHILD'S. Vlcl Kid Button nnd Lnce. .-. . . $1.00, $1-25, Box Cnlf nnd Gun Metal Lace... $1.25, $1.75, $2.25 Tan Calf Button and Lace $1.75,' $2.35, $2.75 $2.50 $1.75 ONLY GOOD SHOES. AT LOCAL THEATERS "Morning, Xoon and Tljrht" at Grand "Fnust" nt Toll's. This evening at the Grind opera house, Mortimer M. Thelse's new mus lenl comedy, "Morning, Xoon and Night," will open for tho 'Ttnalnder of this week with a mntlnon on Sat urday afternoon. This rollicking mu leal feast has been styled by crltles the best production of recent seasons and tho honors are evenly divided among the several members of the cast. , ; Included In this cast, by the way, are such well known artists as Artie Hall, Maud Morris, Teddy Rums, Shean and Warren, nnd "The Exc.4 slon Four." The central flgilre of the production Is of course Joe Welch. In eluded with this cast Is a beiuty chor us of thirty. "Morning, Noon and Night," as a musical production Is without a peer and borders on the extravaganza. It has met with great enthusiasm In Hartford where It has been showing this week. Manager Wilkes of thn Grand opera house, saw tho produc tlon In Hartford and Is extremely en- thuslnstlc over It. "We are very for. tunate In being able to bring this pro duction to New Haven," said Manner Wilkes last night, "and I do not hpfll tate to recommend It to loyal theater goers who like a good, llvelymuslcal production brimming over with novel ties." Coming. "Shadows of a Great City," one of DOLLARS snte'1 aro aMnn MADE . You can save good dollars by buying Field and Marine Glasses of me. am closing them out regardless of cost C. M. PARKER 810-A Chnpcl St. . Entrnnce 810V4. KEY FITTING Can and Locksmlthlnj. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO. 68 Center St., E. H. Bassetl Mgr. m 842 and 846 Chapel Street. tWHWH'WttWWHH ! i Modern Decorating the most elaborate scenic productions ever offered at popular prices, will bo the attraction at tho Grand opera house on September 7, 8 and !), open ing with a special matinee on Labor' day, at regular matinee prices. The stage will resemble an Immense ac quarlum, as the river scene will be given with real water which will be held In a tank said to have a capacity Of 40,000 gallons. POLI'S. Faust with Albert Lando as the Mephlsto Is the attraction at Poll s this week and the Poll Stock company Is making many friends with their very pleasing production. Claudia Lucas as Marguerite and W. H. Moloney as Faust head the cast. Vaudeville Next Week. Tlegtnnlng at the Monday matinee, Poll's will again begin the season of vaudeville. An all-star aggregation has been gathered together by Man ager Poll for the opening week and It is headed by Sharp Brothers and the six dusky belles. Sharp Bros., It will be remembered, were the leading dancers with Eddie Leonard, the min strel boy. Sydney Deane and his company In their comedy-and vocal combination Xmas on the Island are to be here and Cleremont's Circus Jes crlbed as the Barnum and Bailey of vaudeville will be the added attrac tion. The olio will have T. J. Keogh and company, the Conley sisters, F.vd Sossman, Arthur Huston and eompa ly and the electrograph with a new aer ies of the motion pictures. Seat sale for the Monday shows Is now open at the box offlce. Box office open 9 a. m.'to 8 p. m. IV. L. DOUGLAS $4.0 GiLT ?T Sh'GE Oannot Be EquwUod at Any Pric. W. L. DOUGLAS BOYS' SHOES $178 AND $2.00. JUST THE SAME AS MY MEN'S $3.80 SHOES. THE SAME LEATHERS, FOR $1.73 AND $2.00 W L Dooalu Buna and Drica lfl itarnpud on U14 bottom, which protect. tl9 wcurcr nualnct fclihpricM U1 Wtorlor lU. IKUIHX UfOM HAVING THEM. TAKBN0 SOBBTI'fUTg. rent Color XucMt tued exclusively. Cutalou Mulled Free. W.L.Doualui hroelilun, Mass. VY. L. DOUGLAS SHJE STORE IN NEW HAVEN: 870 Clial Streat i liiilflilfe iBWMM harp Bros, and Girls at Poll's Next Week. i Calls for original nnd Individual treatment Don't b satisfied with the commonplace, when you con have your decorating done In a manner expressive ot yur own idea decorating different from your neighbors, unique nnd : artistic, nnd at practically the same cost. We'd be pleased ' to have you consult us. l: MONROE BROS., 353 Crown St. iwirpbone 2701. REXAli PRE-DIGESTED BEEF, IRON AND WINE. A STRENGTH GIViNG, TISSUE BUILDING " TONIC ti , v THAT THE MOST DELICATE STOMACHS WILL TAKE. , It's an entirely new preparation and very ' helpfula combination of iron and wine in which ; is embodied pre-digested beefa great strengths and tissue builder. It differs from all other sim ilar preparations in the treatment of the beef, quality of the wine and form of iron used. Its compounding is different. Rexall Beef, Iron and Wine purifies the blood, strengthens the entire system, makes you feel like a naw man. It is guaranteed to give satis faction, if not money will be refunded. Large Bottles' 45 Cents. E. L Washburn S Co. 84 Church St. 61 Center St. I s 1 Quality or Cheapness. Which is most satisfactory ? We are not willing to do inferior work i?t to compete with men who will neither carry out their agreements nor use good ma terials. We aim to do as we agree. We are produc ing first-cla33 work at reasonable cost. , , IT . 7 MERRELS, CROSS & BEAROSLEY,' COXTRACTING DECORATORS, ' , ' ! 90-92 Orange Street. 'Phone 839. .!'H''H'HHK'! ijiinwiniiwn iiititwitti miniiiim "'ir mnm NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, ' STATIONERY, SPORTING GOODS. J. A. McKEE'S. Th3 Nnnnnroil I nimHm C0 uuiifjai en uaunui j (Incorporated.) HIGH-CLASS WOR.K. We do the work lor the leidinj fan 1 ilies end stores. 271 Blalcbley Aw Nbw -Hum- foii