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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1008,
1 A DAY OF VALUES Thursday will ba a day of special values In good reliable merchandise. It will be a day of money saving for those who take advantage of the offerings. Hero are a few of them: Whlto Nainsooks value 19c, a yard. THL'nSDAY 15J. Black Panama Dress Goods Invisible checks, value (1.00 a yard. THURSDAY 60. Remnants of Colored Dresi floods, THURSDAY HALF PRICE. Women's Covert Coats excellent quality and atyllah, values from 810.00 to $?5.00. THURSDAY f6.19. 32 Inch Madras and 27 Inch Zephyr Ginghams )n large and small checks, value 25c. a yard. THURSDAY 10. Embroidered Coat Set . consisting of collar and cuffs, value 50c. a set. THURSDAY 30(. Notions. 10c. Corset Clasps 4. 2'c. Pnd Hose Supporters. ,15. 20c, Dress Shields .....10. 10c. Hair Curlers 7 if. Long Chamolse Kid Gloves warranted washable, value 13.00. THURSDAY f 2 25. Elastic Belting plain, fancy and studded; val ues 75c. and $1.00 a yard. THURSDAY 40. BASEMENT BARGAINS. Big value In MEN'S UNDER WEAR, AT 90. EACH. Satisfactory HOPE for Men, Women and Children. . AT Of. FR. WOMEN'S VESTS In regular and extra sires, extra value. AT 9f. EACH. Crochet Bed Spreads full size, value 11.25 each, THURSDAY 8e Men's Work Shirts large sires only, value 50c. THURSDAY 30c each. Men's Colored Border Handkerchiefs value 25c. THURSDAY 100. Women's Combination Suits low neck, no sleeves, and lace trimmed, value 75e. THURSDAY 350. Women's Black Hose hand embroidered, value 50c. a pair. THURSDAY 890. Corset Covers lace and embroidery trimmed, value 26c. each. THURSDAY 190. PIPE SALE. UNIQUE (TOBACCO) PIPES. BLACK CONGOS from Africa MUSHROOMS SIT-UPS STAND-UPS SKULL-AUTOS OLIVE WOODS POLO-AUTOS GOLF "CALABASH" BRIAR- Also a In rue lino of flue hrlnrs In wen, liniiclit for tlii liolldny Irnile, I'i-Ii-ps rntiee from 25c "P uinl. i m.v i - 6 SEBARSTOm Mattoon't Carner. 80S ('Impel St., cor. Orange. MASKETTE'SVICTORY Turns What Seemed an Almost Certain Defeat Into a Bril liant Win. 2 URg& ! TRACK RECORD nilOREX. I A? Wilke lowers Windsor Mark Plllon's Hore Sixth. I Windsor. Ppt. I. The opnlnn meetBthon I of ill Hartford county rlrcun " wan Held nere lo-uny nri "" 1.4; Shflf-pnheHd Bay, N. Y., Pert. 2. 1 James R, Kerne's entry ran one, two I In the Oeat Filly Makes, nix furlongs, today when the futurity winner Mank ci to won, with W'drtlnu n-'lls second and l.fldy Bedford, third. Mnkette dls jilayed a wonderful I urn of speed. Hhe cnnM top weight, 127 pounds, and af ter being outrun to the bend look the lmd and won romping. Mediant broke any In front followed liy Wedding Bell and I.ady Hertford, and Mediant ivihtlnued to show the way for the first half mile when she begun to lire and MfiKkotte, having ground on the turn oo the rnd and won by a length. Wedding Roll was three lengths he fore l,ndy Bedford, Summaries; First rare: The Prookdalo Nymph iliandli'sp; for mares nf all ages t'M added; six and a half furlongs; main course; Jeanne P Are. 10S. McCarthy. won, Xotonul", 108, Notter, second, Hronkdnle Nymph, 1:0, K. Dugan, third; time, 1:19 3-S. Second race, the Autumn, for two-' year-olds, J2,0nfl added; six furlongs. futurity course; Trance, 1il!, McPnnM. won; Sea Cliff, 109, K. Dugan, second!: Bobbin, 112, Hutlcr, third; time. "1:12 2-V Third race: The Oreat Filly for fillies two-yenrs-old, fS.OOO added: six fur longs, futurity course; Maskotte. 12". Notter. won; Wedding Pells. 119. R. Dunn, second; l.ndy Pcdford, lid, Shilling, third; time. M2 3-5. Fourth rncr, the Twin nty hnndl fap, f'r three-year-olds and upward, guaranteed cash value IH.flnn; one rnllo and a quarter; Dorante, lft", f.T. Lee won, Mater Pohert. 113. fBuMerl sec ond, Stamina, 107, (E. Dugan) third; Mme, 2:03 2-5. Fifth race, the Mor1lo handicap, for three-year-olds and upward, Jfioo add ed, one mile and a sixteenth, turf course; Zicnnp, !0. (Upton) won, Mar- 104, (McCarthy) second, Lady Winifred, 107, (K. Dugan) third; time, Hamamelis Virginica THE price of Witch' Hazel fj Extract, at retail, mainly J and simply varies accord- (if Ing to the proportion of plain water I" sjucu 10 inc pure iuh m uuum, sccoraing to me wnim, nouon or conscience of the retailer. A simple case of the more water the lower the price. As our Water Metre Is out of order fust now we csn't figure exactly what water costs us, so we Inst hnttlo nnrUllch H7el straight. is distilled, rxactly.'as made, put It !j In full quart bottles and ask 35 cents. I P. S. -If you prefer "commcr- f cial" Witch Hsze , "ou can Ret 1 L bottle o our .ind ws'cr It to suit fit yourself and 1 en some - and still jjj have it of average retail strength, h a M jt H(Kt.8TTrw R-WUffKtttfKK More Prices down! This time it is a little lot of Canned Asparagus, regular tend; e nd good racing. Tlie track r.rr,i f "IK 1-4 iiroken In the Flxth race, the plhl, for ell ages, third hPHt of the 5:22 stake race, when ; w;,Bi $yin nrtded, one mile; Wolf, iWllllnglon took the heat In 2:15 1-1. Summaries: !nke Hnce) Purse, SOO. Asa Wilkes, r. g.. (W. H. H11II1 1 Awskv Hoy, c. Mathcw- . 10 a 1 . . t Full View,, b. g.. (!'.. Mortell .. 2 Kentucky, b. g.. iF. II. Thrall) 4 Mark. b. g.. (M. Brnzcll J Hul Direct, hlk. r., tJ. H. TM1- Ion 1 Time, 2:lV4i 2:17i; 2:1B. 1 1 111 (Shilling) won, Pad News, ',1 rNot ter) won. Black Oak, 107 (Leach) third: time, 1:40. Dead heat, Bad News and Sea Wolf. GUNS AND AMMUNITION &ps&8r-- p OF THE BEST QUALITY. Edison Phonographs and Records Victor Talking Machines and Records A CHOICE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. POCKET CUTLERY OF THE BEST MAKES. Key Fitting, Knives and Scissors Sharpened. . JOHN E. BASSEST'S GUN STORE, 5 Church St. J, IS Trot or Vitrei Tnrne 2T,0. Coiner, b. g.. (O. M. Sherman). Ill OHiiklng Boy, g. g., il.ioyle & White) J ; 3 Logan. Jr., c. g., (GreenbTg) . . 3 8 2 Via Mack, b. in., iM. W. I'e- lanryl 2 4 5 TheKirtip. h. g., K. Mathewnn) 5 B 6 tlnrold l!ov. b. g.. (O. Pemlng) 7 dr Time, .2;1SV4 ; ; z:u. fliOO Trot or Pece, One-hntf Sllle Heats) I'lirnr. HMI. I'aul Onward, b. r., (L. Kabats- nl.-k) 1 l l Marlon Direct, rn. m., (.C. M. SliHi-mnn Z a 2 Mv Pay, b. m., it B. fun- clcrsi s 3 3 prime Sovereign, ch., (.1. W. Oraham) Madiim, b. m, i.R. B. Lampson) 4 8 dr Time, 1:13, 1:104. 1:11!. f;enlemen' Binn Itonrt nncei Pnre 2r. Boniiventitre, b. g.. fO. H. Thi nl 1 1 flret time 2:i. Irl Tted. b. m., i.l. A. rllKardl second lime. 2:2n'4. Hex Klch, K- g., (O. Ford) third time, 3:f.'i. l.vnn R., b. v... fT. J. Gnllnsrher) fourth. Blark Diamond, b. sr., (E. S. I-ampson), fifth. Ben a., b. ft., (F Sarpeant) sixth PRIZE WINNER. If you want a prlr,e winner then buy Continental Automobile. This cur holds the sliver cup for first prize In the 1,000-mile sealed-bonnet content for speed and durability. The Com! nental car is recognized as one of the great successful mnchlnes in the coun try. If you want one leave yotir order at once orders ' require at least sis weeks to fill. We would br pleased to give demonstration an time. The Continental Automobile Manfg Co. 121 Olive Street. 'Phone 5232-2. CONNECTICUT FAIR! Charier Oak Park, Hartford' Conn, Sept. 7 to 12. Opens Labor Day. GRAND CIRCUIT MEETING, RUNNING RACfcS ?5 SHOIVSS At'TO ' 'VI SOCIAlyS VS. MAWKS. The Socials will meet the Maples at the Clinton avenne-arounds thU after noon at 2:30 o'clock. The Soclala are willing to meet nny team In the city averaging fourteen or fifteen years, FayvlewB or Putnams preferred. Fend all challenges to 8. Martin, 189 Wal lace street, city. . - KPKHAL SCrlKTH'LK FOIt LABOR DAY. The Steamer Richard Peck will not make the regular trip from New Ha ven to $nw York at 1:00 o'clock, Tuesday morning, September the Sth, hut instead will leave New Haven on Labor Day afternoon at i:'iO p. m. The Palmist Your .timidity Is a bar to your success. You drenrl dangerouo Pltunilon. You prefer to keep your self away from the attention o your fellow men, May 1 ask your busi ness? The Subject Certainly, I'm s pro fcMinnHl airship navigator. Cleveland Plain healer. stock iroorls, perfect quality,, sold to make room for new goods arriving. Asparagus Tips one pound tall cans, rcguiany z cents. Aoir IS cents a ran. Tiro pound (ns, "Gold Dust" brand. Former price, 38 cenis. .Vow JS cents a can. "Imperial" brandy 2 J lb. tins, lone white, uniform size stalks, packed specially for Salads. One of our "Special Rood things". Regularly 55 cents. Now 42 cents a can. 38 S-tcutt St- Pure Cider Vinegar. In pickling and preserving why not use Pure Cider Vinegar and make the articles taste so much better ? We guarantee our Vinegar to be clear, sharp and un adulterated. ' BENNETT & SIMPSON'S GENUINE SPICES, HIGHEST GRADES I I With the abovo good vinegar we recommend you to use tho best spices obtainable, They might cost more' in price, but are cheaper in the end, as you do not have to use such a quantity, none of the original oil being cxtractsd from the articles, whereby they retain their strong flavor. Call in and look them over. . ' The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 Chapel St. TO OPF.X (M R ROOMS. Table Grapes. FANCY CONCORDS. Di-luwnre mid Xln&nra Grapes, 15c per basket. Perfect for table use. FRESH FRUITS. Very nl e 1'rarhrs, Crab Apples, riums, Dartlett Tcnr. Trices us low as you will see this season. FRESH-KILLED POULTRY. Hrst tills season, t'lilrkeiis,' Ducks 'and Fowl. VEGETABLES. l iincy sweet Potatoes, Err Plant, Sweet Corn, Lima Benns, etc. . D. M, Welch & 38 and 40 CONGRESS AVE. CIIAXRK IX STARTING. DEATH. IUT HKI.nKH In this city. Scom ber , , litnii, l,ornr.o BntchelnVr, in the 8.1d ynir of his hk. Funeral servlres will he held Bt I,e-ls Mnyrnrk's mortuary rhspel. No. 1110 Chapel slreet, on FrMsy sfter noon. et h'slf-pasl one o'rloik. Friends arc Invited to attend. Inter ment In RetliSny. sj It Aiitoinolillp (lull !li'mlunrlers to be located Over Old Heidelberg. Invitations linva beon sent out to slinut 500 locnl mot!irlft to nttend the formal opening of the Now ? In von A'ltomohlln clu'h rooms over the Old Helderhrrn on Saturday nljtht, Kvery mrmlirr U brlnn m-nt tickels for prenentatlon to Ills friends' In the hope of Interr-Mlnif all flutolots In the association. As Pcn-tary Amos F. Barnes Is on his vsi-atlon nnd has the eomplete membership list with him, It Is possible that some members ' may he overlooked, and It Is thP request of Acting Secretary C. M. ltobliiKun that all who fall to Ret Invitations In time apply to him at his office In the .M.il- A smoker nnd Dutch supper will be I T held at the opening w hich will be but i A the first of many Rood timed to follow this f.ill nnd winter. The club Is to play an active part in the 'campaign for better roads and for the supp'es slonof fpeed manlars fom now on, FAIR HAVPX NEW HAVEN. Son. WEST HAVES. and great things are expected from It. The club at the present time has a menvbershlp of between seventy-five Htid elRhty-llve members, and Is.in cieaxlnit speedily, The officers of the orn.-inl7,Mtlon we: 'President, Thomas ,1. Mennett; vice president. Jacob T. itoodhart; treasurer, William H. pouplass; nccretary, Amos F. Barnes; directors, W. T. 1)111, Frank G. P. Barnes, C. M. Robinson, and Clarence Hooker. ' , Pays the New Tork Globe: How this , young pitcher Tuckey hns been able to ' fool ether clubs In the league Is a mystery. He has nothing at all except a very wide curve and a little speed, and should prove easy for any of tha . good batsmen. Flow etc., otci v.hii.Hliiii of Farm nnd Horticultural ProiluctiM Tiibneem Hues sntl Honeyt ,fer, Uomestle SUufaetrs Art Table l,mirle, Preserves, IMekles, 'th. "Merrr War." with l iuIIIIob llshtu nnd thiu-mii dlnL Kersrl's ntml hw. Ilontoe litorrnte Vlllne fr, rk H,.ml "'oncert and Speetnculur Vaudeville. it ntlnrenientH, ln- froni l.uxon, etc., etc, 000 display ot Flre- I! Y nates Sente,her 8 fu 12. will .lop at Charter nk Park "; . AdniiNstou io rounU, Dn, 60 cen , Children 12 or MRht, 2B cents for all flout train for New Haven under, 2,1 cents) Local Vaclit Rnees X'ot to Start Vntll Sacliem's Head Club Arrives. The race committee of ihe New Haven Yacht, flub have made a little change In the starting of the rs.vs on Saturday for the annunl fall re pattn. The power boat class will sta-t as usunl but In the sailing yachts -the time will be different. v The warning gun for class R was to have been fired at 9:34 a. :n. and the starting gun for class P at 10:00, the other classes starting five minutes apart, after class P. But owing to the fart that the yachts from Sachem's Head will be unable to get here by that time, the committee has deferred the start until they arrive. A large fleet will undoubtedly come up from there and several yachts from the Hartford Yacht 'club are expected to start In the races. The following notice has been sent out by the house committee of the club: New Haven, Sept. 1, 1 BOS. The fall regatta of the New Haven Yacht club will be held Saturday, Sep tember 5, at Morris Cove, and It Is Jioped that a large attendance of members will greet the event. The races will begin at fl:H0 In the morn ing, nnd will probably be finished late In the afternoon. In the evening, tho residents of .Morris Cove will partici pate In a Venetian carnival, consist ing of Illumination of the cottages, fireworks, and a procession of Illum inated power boats. A compliment ary clnm chowder, etc., will be. serv ed to members from 6 to 8 0 clock, p. m. Come and help close the racing season as a true yachtsman should. CI iA RE NCR E. SKIN.VER, CLIFFORD W. RAWSON, E. N. SEARLKS, House. Committee. MORTUARY CHAPEL. .I.fwis & Maycock'5 mortuary chareM: freely tendered to those who, because of in sufficent space at their residences, or for other reasons are in need of a place where funeral services may be conducted In a quiet manner, and, if desired, perfect seclusion. Poll's Nw Theater ALl, THIS WEEK. POLI STOCK COMPANY In FAUST Albert Lando as Mephlsto Ktk VAUDEVILLE Sharp Bros, and six girls. Sydney Ueane & Co., Cleremont's Circus, Thoa. I KPOgh & Co., Fred Socman, Arthur Huston & Co,, Anna and Effle Conely and Eleetrograph. Beat sale 1h now open. fcubSerlptlon list at box ofFk-e. Tel. 192. Box .office open 9 a. 111. to a p. m. YALE GOLF. CLUB. R. D. PRYDE, Professional. CITY MEMBERSHIP S12.no fUMMICR MEMBERSHIP $5.00 sJf.B: WINCH KBT1T.R AVENUE CAH GRAND OPERA HOUSE. NOW PLAYING The Musical Whirlwind, MORNING, NOON mo NIGHT Joe Welch, Artie Hull, Shean and Warren, nnd a Hevy of Tlilrty Henutles. Topular Prices Only. Mat. Bat. Telephone 605. NEXT WE1K, "Shadows of a Great City." Matinee Labor Day, o. m. ourtrtinj Hyperion Stables, Opposite Vanderbllt Hall. COACH, COUPE AND LIVERY SERVICE, s AUTOMOBILE ATTENTION. 1038 Chapel htrcct. Thone 1016. ANNOUNCEMENT. I desire to aaaouiii-e to Ike pn title that I urn mm iPtliii la the rapacity of Family Hrarraeatatlre In houa ( mourning (tnrlnK the funeral prrlndi ntlrnitln to the many nrtalta which prcacnt lncmHvr nt anch a timet ra, Icrlnu nNtatnare to funeral director, anil rrprrfnln th family on all oc caalona. Affiliated vrlth all lenttlng 11 n. drrtakera. MRS. J, WILLIAM KRNNEY Telrphoaa D2SB-4. Coffee In the Morning T 1"1 Aft AI1VJ.U10 JLUSt IN YOUR HOUSE? The line, nliunnt Invlalltlr (liml that Tinrkn Into the fllircn "I mica, uphnla. tcrr nnd drnpertea thnt'a the duat that innkra trouhlc. For In iiilillilnn to the dnniccr from dlacmc itcrma It cnntulnn, there la the fiKleil, worn I'-ok on every furnlnhlnw. A thorough clennlnK hr the Vni-uimi Hytrin will iniike the home healthful anil freshen the nppcHrnnre of every rnrpet, run,, portiere and upliolatcred piece In the hoiiac. A THOBOffiH rlcHiihiB Inklna out ALL the "InvlKllilc rtiiMt" can he done OM,V hy the VAri t M a.vatem. The coHlf A trifle iilmont nothing compared with the benefit. 'Phone or write ill. ThlVacuum Cleaner00 Phone 2700 36 Church Street, Garage, 821 Grand Aveiiue. Smell!) good when coming down to breakfast, provided It's ' good Coffee; then It tastes good also, Nothing more delli-lons, more Invigorating; more appreciated than a cup of our Famous Blend Coffee for the first meal In fact, the one drink for any meal. Why not the best when buying Coffee? 35c per lb., 3 lbs. SI. JOHNfiItBERX5-SON CJvIS VlCHArit.BT.Vil -1 UP ON THE MOUNTAINS In Litchfield County grow some of the finest Blueberries that this country produces. We have them fresh dally also Raspberries and Blackberries from near-by farms. Georgia Peaches are now at their best, and we have a large supply every morning. Georgia Watermelons delivered Ice cold. Call fornla Cantaloupes are equal to the best Rocky Fords. Best selections here. THE MIRROR FRUIT STORF. J B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. WILD CHERRY RUM. We have some very old wild cherry rum, which we can rec ommend highly for medicinal purposes, we Know n is tne finest of the kind obtainable. QUARTS, $1.00. Tluu-Mliiy, September 8. t nnT- ttt?t 17 and doti,t miss what JLVV71V. riEjlj we have to say about OUR OWN SUGAR CURED HAMS Fai h Hum Is mild, sweet and tender, with the "I-wlll linve-somo-niore-thnnk-yoit" flavor. nrcCKIPT Flu-:!' A receipt how to boll a ham, also how to bake a hum, free with en li purchase of a lmni, or part thereof. L. C. PFAFF 6 SON, The Best Meats 7-l Church Street. Telephone 10M. 1 SCHOENBERGER'S HEADQUARTERS, 86-96 GEORGE STREET. TO-DAY'S SPECIAL SALE. Warrant to Be the Best HAMS ' JX c. This Ham we will warrant to you to be 0. K. Sweet and perfect. We will stand back of these gocds. ,1 would advise you to get in early on this deal as these hams are worth more money than we are selling them at. On Sale at All Our Markets, Choice Prime Meats AND Fresh Killed Poultry, The BEST QUALITY is the CONSTANT AIM of this market. We are ready to serve you with the best the marts afford, and at prices that are fair and just. Prompt servide. Send us your orders. We are pleasing particular customers we will try and please you- Are You Going to Do Up PEACHES This ear? If so, you can find the native stock as cheap in price at any of the Mark'.e stores as anywhere in the city. The F. J. Markle Co. 020 Chapel Street. 175 Plxwcll Avenue. 610 Congress Avenue. SIAIX STORES: BRANCHES! 103-105 Broadway. 643 Dixvrell Avenue. State Street, corner .OUv 275 Edgewood Avenue. Frank R. Baldwin, 1231 Chapel, cor. , Howe St. Telephone 635 two wlrco. I TEA -PE SATISFACTION-GUARANTEED. Direct Importing Co., Foot Center St.