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THE. MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1908.
FAIR HAYEN NEWS . Residents Pleased Over New Haven Police Board's Ac- tion Regarding Officers Mack and Cook. Fair Hiven realdenU are pleaneil sver the honorable mention voted by the New Haven police board on Turn lay evening to Officer Mack and Cook for their work In arresting the per ioni connected with the Sheehan mur der In Fair Haven East. At the meet ing of the borough board on Friday evening It Is expected that the po licemen will receive another commen latory vote. An offlrer of the borough government last evening stated that he thought the borough officers were deserving of praise for their prompt ness In making the arrests. He said he had no doubt the officers would re pelve a unanimous vote of approba tion. The borough board will audit and order paid bllln amounting to about 1500 at Its meeting Friday. Although the democratic primaries were considered rather dull Tuesday evening In the Fourteenth ward of the 96 voters on the lint, 48 cast ballot. The dullness was by reason of the fact that there was only one ticket In any of the Fair Haven wards, In thla re spect the primaries were not so lively is were the recent republican caucuses where there were some contents. Anthony DrMatty, who has Just re turned from his vacation, went to Pltttiburg and visited his brother. F. V. lMatty, who accompanied him on the remainder of his Journey. Mr. le.Matty reports the Iron huslnc.? rather dull In Pittsburg and some of the jt'mr rtnn; Ivanla :ovna. bu: the manufacturers were expecting better business within a few months. Mr. DeMatty says that In Toledo. Detroit and some of the other cities In that section, the people have not known any dull times. Itc was much im- i pressed with the fact electric service on tne wg trolley cars running out nf Detroit. From Itrnlt to Toleda, the fifty-seven miles are made In two hours. Kllsha Roberts Is moving fr,om 17 Grand avenue to 22 Front street. Mr. Roberts, It will be remembered, erec-ed-a flag staff forty-three feet In height In Front street, near nrand avenue recently. He called the spot Port Hudson, and erected a sign Ivar Ing the name of the famous siege In the civil war where he was H soldier In a Connecticut regiment. The flag staff was taken from the sloop Cather ine which he built and some time ago disposed of and the craft was convert ed Info a power boat. ' Mr. Roberts recently sold the flagstaff and assisted In Its erection In Clinton avenue. He has a fine flag hut has no convenient place to erect the flagstaff at the pres ent time, ' The funeral of Otto Domath wlll.be attended at. his late residence In Ccn tervllle to-morrow at 2:30 p. m. Sahln & Lane the undertakers, will nave charge of the arrangements. Mr. Do math was a native of Germany and was fifty-nlna years old. He died from a shock.. He leaves a widow and several children. Last spring he bought a farm In Centervllle and re moved there. East Rock lodge A. O. V. W., will hold Its regular meeting this evening. The agreement of the local grocery men and marketmen to close their stores Thursday afternoons during the summer terminated last week. The merchants are pleased with the ar rangement, which Is likely to be re newed. next summer. It has glw.n one half holiday In the week without any apparent loss In trade. Sydney Gallagher and family of Blatchley avenue have returned from Short Beach. Miss Louise Hubbard and Miss Belle Schaefer have returned from North' ford. Mrs. Edward Maley of Blatchley avenue and a party of girts she was chaperoning have returned from Woodmont. The TV. C. T. U. which suspended its meetings since June will resume Its meetings this afternoon at Its hall In Central hall building. It is the an nual meeting and election of officers. J. H. Thompson and daughters, Miss Mildred and Mls Genevieve, who have been stopping at tHe Merwln Point house, Woodmont, for two weeks, have returned to their home on Lenox street. Mrs. John G. North, who died in Portland, Me., Monday, at the. age of 88 years, was the mother of Mrs. Erastus Blakeslee, who formerly re sided here. Mrs. Blakeslee. resided here several years, when her hus band, the late; Rev, Erastus Blakeslee, was pastor of the Second church, now the Pilgrim church. At that time, Mrs. North was a resident in this city and was a frequent visitor at the Blakeslee home. Mr. Blakeslee died a few years ago. William E. Morgan of Grand ave nue, Is attending the national en compment of the G. A.. R. at Toledo. Mr. Morgan for several years has been assistant adjutant general of the Con necticut department. ' A sidewalk of artificial stone Is be ing laid in front of the No. 10 engine house In Lombard street. Mrs. Irving Hyle and children of Lombard street, are visiting Mrs. Hyle's sister, Mrs. Du Paul, of Hartford. Mrs. Thomas Loller of Front street, has returned after a month's stay at St. John's, N. B. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martin of Rows street, have Just announced the en gagement of their daughter, Mabel, to Harry Hyde of Norwich. Dr. E. K. Roberts and family of Grand avenue, have returned from 'a stay of several weeks at their sum mer home In Westbrook. SPECIAL!! Any trimmed straw, hat in our Millinery Departm't which has been selling at from H98 to $10, your choice it f Two Big Values in Gloves Kayser's l6button Length, ir SI1K Glove at 98c n pair rtr!esw TM I- . . II M 1,1 I' '? V F i n: arc rvayser i an siik noume tip ped finger mouscjuetaire glove, choice of all the most popular and deiirable QQ shades, worth 9 1.50 pair for JO Ktiyger's 12-button Length Double Tipped Finger All SUK Gloves at 79c a Pair III II III I I If 1 r I'J III I III II U IL V RrSf 1 II 111 Ki ... a Arrival of New Fall Styles in Our Suit Department We Intend to Make This The Greatest Year For Suit Selling In The History Of This Store Sale of Stock and Special Order Suits &A AO Two Dashing Models, Choice at P 1 ' Wc have contracted for 1000 yards of broadcloth and herringbone wors ted serge made up as we desire. Two styles have been selected by us. 32-inch double breasted jacket suits and 34-inch cutaway with broad Skin ner satin trimmings and buttons. Skirts are either plaited or gored with new idea in folds. During this sale, if customers desire, wc will make any suit selected to measure without extra charge. All ideas of customers re garding skirt or coat will be attended to. No matter how large or small the figure we make one price to all. Garments made of I A f O guaranteed cloth and lined with Belding satin, at.. I T2r O $16.98 Taffeta Silk Rain Coats for $10.98 Materhls are fine quality taffeta with rubber coating that ire thoroughly guarantee; striprs in both wide and narrow styles, black. navy, brown, gainet ana green. Orders taken without extra charge, Thursday at 10.98 Suits wor'h up to $12.98 at $2.49 Fifty suits, pure Irish inen, Ret and linene, sold up to O jIQ $12.98, to make room for fall goods, to go at . 1 T j Automobile Coats for $10.98 Made of fine grade imported and shepherd plaids and dark effects, with new v Me kimono s eeves, garnet broadcloth collar and cuffs trimmed with metal buttons. A serviceable gatm?nt for cool even ings, sutomobilinc nd ravelling. Newest imported I A QO ideas are in this showinz, Thursday at 1 U J O Fall Coat worth up to $10 at $4.29 Black panama and hioadcloth and covert cloth, all are A OQ lined with sit n in styles suitable for fall, 1 huisiay for nflaV c3 Very Timely Economies in Domestics and Bedding Note These Wonderful Bargains S0c Blankets for 29c Large sire cotton blankets in white, tin uni gray colon, OQ worth 50c each at aV $1.25 Blankets for 95c a pair These are very heavy 11-4 sin cotton blaikets, la whltH? gray and tan colors, worth $1.25 a fair at - V5I .' $2.50 Blankets for $1.45 Full lira extra heavy wool finished gray blaakets, tbesa AT are a correct imitation of all-wool blankets, at llVJ $1.25 Comforters for 95c Full sire comforters filled with pure white cotton battlnrAffi and covered with good quality lilkolint, $1.25 value for VJJ $2 Comforters for 1.25 Full sire comforters covered with very fine quality illk- t Off oliite, rilled with good sanitary cotton batting, at llaVJ 8c Bleached Cotton for Se One bale of 3000 yards of good strong bleached cotton tb quality usually retails at 8c a yd, 20c Table Oilcloth for lie a yd flood quality table oilcloth one and a quarter yards wide, in neat light eo'ors, a splendid f 20c value for I 1 35c Table Linen for 24c a yd Bleached union table linen, GO inches wide, in a variety Oyfls of neat patterns, in Sale ataVT1 10c Apron Ginghams for To This is one of the greatest i ing opportunities ever heard el Thursday we offer standard spran ginghams, mostly all even t blue checks, lOo value at- 10c White Cambric for 6c y4 . 36-inch white cambrio very flue quality, desirable for un t debarments, 10c quality O 10c Cotton Batting for 6e Ture white medicated cotton batting, the kind that ia Ck regularly sold at 10c, for 0 We are Ready to Supply Every School eed at Big Savingo Children's Dresses $1.25 and $1.50 Dresses for 69c Made of fine percale and madras, trimmed with em broidery in differnt 1Q' styles, sires 6 to 12-rU 7 69c Dresses at 33c Chambray and gingham dresses, in plain colors and plaids, sir.es 2 to 4, O O J worth 69c for 00 Final Clearanc of all Children's Hats at Just Half Price Buy School Supplies at Wholesale Prices L! ET the scholars start right. By huying their supplies here you are not only assured that the quality is absolutely the best but the prices are positively , the lowest. Here are but a few of the many things that the scholars will need. Shoes for School FOR GIRLS $1.25 Shoes at 98c Misses' $1.25 box calf button and lace shoes, sires 1H to 2, a QO) pair Thursday atO $1.39 Shoes, $1.19 , Misses' $1.?9 foot fom lace shoes with kid tips, sites Hi I 1 A to 2, Thursday a pair for 1 1 Same Shoe In Sizes 8 to II at 95c a Pair SHOES FOR BOYS Boys' Walton Shoes at $1.49 Pair Boys' Walton and Lucky School shoes, p ain lace or klucher style, sizes 2 to 7, 1 A A Thursday a pair for 111 $1 Shoes at 89c a Pair Little gent's $1 sstin calf skin lace shoes OA $izes8to 13$, Thursday Qj Lead Pencils cedar c wood, good lead, a dozen-U Lead Pencils fine po'- rti ished wood, fine lead, eachaV Lead Pencils a larje as-.ort-ment of woods, superfine O 1 lead, tuaner tops, each at-sj Slate Pencils soft and ) cleat v ri ing quality, 10 for 1 Pen Holders with hand 1 finished steel pens, each 1 Fancy Pen Holders tmed with pen on cni end and pencil on other, each O Eagle Pen Points a tox for O Good Fountain Pen At sold elsewhere at 15c 1 U Wood Ruiers good quality wood, ac d y Inks rrgu'ar 5c bottle of O) David's ink for- - O Muclagr David's regit- A 5 lar 5c fottles for a White Paste large s e i bottle lor 0 Liquid Cue regular 10c ? size for J Erasers large apartment 1 J at 5c, 3c and A Compass and Div- 1 A Iders worth 25c at 1 Scratch Pads 100 larefl) sheets of Mani a paper fjr'f Pads 90 sheets of' fine Oi wh'te ruled paper for O Oakwood Tablets'finefif 1 wh te ruled paper tj M cmo. Books fine cov ers at 5c,' 4c and 3' 1' 1 Indelible Pencils fine writing quality for Composition Books the largest assortment to be found. The paper is finely finished for ink, bound in many different handsome covers, specially Oj priced at 8c, 5c and O Blotters 3 good absorb ant blotters in package for- Colored Crayons fine qua'ity, a box for 5c and 1 Pen Wipers several 1 1 styles at 5c, 3c, 2c and 1 Pncil Boxes complete A for only 1 White Crayon a large Ji sire box for - f Fountain Pen with 14-kr gold pen, (on sale at A Qi Jewelry Counter) for f J Stirring Values in Carpets and Upholstery , . . w - , IllUU'lltU urer's sec jjjfij' 49 Sunfast Holland Window Shades, mounted on Hartshorn's rollers, manulacturer's sec onds, whi'e they last at Tapestry Brussels Carpet, jn parlors, halls and stairs, worth 69c a yard at Alexander Smith's Axmlnlster Ru?s, jn oriental and floral patterns, s.ze 9x12 A AO feet, worth $22, at lti70 Ci d Floor Oil Cloth, jn all widths Qt dark c' on' wortn a V"d at g " Scotch Lsce Curtains, n Renaissance and Irish point effects, 3 yards long and 60 inches wide, worth $1.25 each at f J Grenadine Striped Curtains, in all col- f Ai ,o;s, full width and length, worth 79c a pair J J Bobinette Ruffled Curtains, trimmed with Cluney lace, 5-inch ruffle, 2j yards long, 7Al worth 98c a pair, at y Golden Oak Polished Tables, top 24x 24 ins, turned legs, worth $1.50 at Get the Boy a New Suit for School Boy's $2.25 Suits $1.69 These suits are made of fancy worsteds aad eassimerei in light '' and dark effects. Made in dou Die oreastea ana Kussian A II styles, in all sizes at l37 Boys' 98o Pants for 69o ' The celebrated Knickerbocker pants, made of light and dark mixtures, with doable teat and reinforced seams through- iTQ out, all sizes at .. D Boys' 39c Waists at 28c Made of percale and ginghama Iftalltfy, new patterns, wortn oac at 1 i 1 rirttt I 23' Wrappers Kimonos $2 Challie Kimonos . for 98c Made of fine challit in cash mere and oriintal patterns, front and sleeves trim- QQl med with silk satin, forrQ Handsome $1 Wrap pers for 66c Choicest styles of indigo blue and gray percale wrappers neatly trimmed waist and deep flare on skirt, an excep-iil tional $1 value for- DO 39c Lawn Kimonos for 18c These are made of fine gridt of batist ia neat black and white effects, full length A and width. Made to sell at 39c each, 'fori Q AY Gigantic Sale of Children's School StocKings at 9c and He Pair ! A prominent manufacturer who is very particular about the quality of his goods, sold us all Ihe seconds of his 25c children's stockings. Although we purchase all this makers seconds we have never purcnasea so nne a ioi oeioreinu mipenccuuni are nara ly noticeable. We place them in two lots: Sizes 6, 6'z, 7, and Vh at 9c a pair: Sizes 8, $ 9, 9'A and 10 at 1 lc a pair. Timothy J. Eagan has gone to Sara toga on a vacation trip. Columbia Castle, K. G. E worked the second degree, Tuesday evening, : lln of Station A, and Mrs, McLaufth- William Thnrn of 171 Beacon ave on two candidates and the third de- ! Un have gone to Hartford for thlr ' nue. has removed to 133 Kdgewoo 1 gree on three candidates. The work , vacation. avenue. was performed by the degree team. George L. Cole of 1465 Qulnntplac George Johnson and family of ;',S Letter Carrier James E. McLr.ugh-i avenue, has gone to Stormvllle.. X. Y. , Ferry street, have gone to Hartfori. A liirge party composed of ladies of tlie (iraml Avfiiue Utiptist church, Air. and Mrs. linos Liu.aa celebrated their scilijen wedding at their home, went down to Mrs. Ocoi'kp Lovelinul's 1 51 KxchanRp street, Inst Saturday, (.ottase at Summer tsland ycaterday. I They were married Auuust 29, 1SS, hy the Rev. Reul'ln H. Loomls of1 They returned In the evening and re ported liavlno an i njoyal.de Mine. many pretty and useful presents, and among them was a gold cake with I goldpieee, a present from No. 2 union W. C. S. U., of which Mrs. Lucas la I Durham. They were the rcclulents of 1 (Continued on Eleventh Pag.)