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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1908. NEWSOF THECOURTS TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Store Closed All Day Monday j Store Closed All Day Monday I ! Italian Banker's Estate Settled Yesterday by Compro j mise, This Will Be a Great Day at Gamble-Desmonds You see the School Sale is going so merrily on and the children have been crowding in all th.s week and that makes things hum. It's been like Christmas week almost. DOs'T FORGET The Store Will Be Closed Monday, Labor Day Shop ahead. The Men's Store Bursting. With Bargains Saturday Out goes broken lot of Men's and Boy's wool and jeney Sweten bout half a hundred of them marked originally to sell for $1 and $1.50 Out ttiey go at 50cts Each Out goes a lot of Men's Domet Flannel Pajamas In light and medium col orings, with military col lar and large paarl but tons. . $1.50 Pajamas. Out they go at $1 Each, Out goes a lot of Men's standard Mills Natural Wool mixed irhirts and Drawen and thtre's no better medium priced Underwear. . 75c va'.us. Out they go at 50cts Each Out goes a lot of fast black seim eis 12ct SociS. fine guage goods with double so'et. For sale oa tne Front Special Tacle, W. Store Out they go at 7cts Each Outgoes a lot of Boys Woven Madras Pajamas in medium and dar. col orings, finished with sil' ornaments. Jl and J1.25 Pajamas Out they go at 75cts Each Yes, The Silk Petticoats tvt r n j j Stirred Up The Town More for Saturday J If, when th doors opened on the sale of Silk Petticoats, we hadn't realized at once that they would go like a prarie fire and telegraphed for another lot of five hundred skirts, we could n't have given out this news for Saturday. So all ready for Saturday;- v Black, White and Colored Silk Petticoats, worth 16.90, for $3.98 And $8.00 Black and Colored Silk Petticoats, for $5.00 Wa assert that the Silk Skirts on sale here at $3.98 and $5.0) are Fu'ler, of Better quality Taffeu and workmanship that any Silk skirts ever sold in New Haven for the money. better ) A Hummer In O th Boys' School Suits mmm We cjjVed our best Boys' Clothes tailor into hi ping us make th? 1 ast diy of the School Sale a Hummer. He's h.-lpsd us out wonderfully; Just listen. roys' f 4. 50 Knickerbockir Suits in checks, stripes and tures, 7 to 16 yeir sixes. Every suit guarantee! mix- Saturdiy $.VH Boys' $3.50 K-icktrbecker Suits in dark fancy nrxturei. alt ths seams taped, the Suits euannteed to give satisfaction, or a r.ew su t. All sizes fre-m 7 to 16 years. Saturday for $2.98 15.00 and $5.50 Sailor 5uits blue serge and li?ht and dark mix tures for fall wear, Trousers lined, emblem on sleeves. All s'zes 6 to 10 yean. Saturday for $3.98 School Stockings Children's Rood School Stockhgs. black fist color, and with doup e soles and h e s. For 9cts a Pair. Black and Colored School Hair Ribbons, 17c Yd For 25ct and 29ct Ribbons; black teffela, white and all colors. The black i a h-avy stiff Ribbon 5 inches wide and the eo ors inches. Fot I7cts a Yard. Picked Here And There Out Of The School Supply Needs You've no idea how the youngsters enjoy picking out ths things they need. Only good kinds at Gimb'.e-Dfsmond's. Manilla Padi sizs 5x8. as use! in the s lnol 2 for 5cs 25o. Eagle Compass and Divider, 10c. 8c. Typewriter Eraser, for 3c. Be. Hardwood Rulers, for So. 5c. Plotters, for Sc. doi. Be. Penholders, for 3c. 25c. Globes, for me. imeriean Pencil "Scholar Companion." Hegiilnrly 25c. for 1 5c, OfflWul School Pnd (the new fiize). White and Manilla. 4m each IJfl-Tnge Omtpnsltlon Hook. HoeulHi' 5c, for Sc. '5c. Stafford's Ink, for !. 25c. I ilmp lather Covered Composition, 200 pages, for 15c. 10c, StmlentH' Note Rooks, for Tc. NitrMi Tiuls, le. ench New Autumn Gloves The new 1 Buttoa Walking Gloves for autumn are here. They're made to wear with the Mousquetaire s!eeve9. $1.90 a Pair. These Chamois Gloves with 1 large bntton will be m u c h worn this autunn .hsy're washabla of course. The best S'1.25 Chamois Gloves for 98cts a Pair. Long Silk Gloves 16 Button Silk G'ovis, in black, white and tan color, a $1.50 quality for Sic Pair. 16 Buttoa Suede Lisle Gloves, la black. tn and grey washable. 29ct a Pair. Charming Back Combs Sterling siver In'aid Back Combs in shell cn'y. regu'.any 50cts, for 3 Sets each. Silver and Gilt Bags Silver and gold Tinsel Eags with clasp frames and arm chain, regular 50cts, for39cti Some Handsome New Black Walking Skirts $5.98 to $11 You'll be interested, Mrs and Miss Readir. to see how "Different" ths new Skirts are. A larie invoice just her: shows a group of fine Black Melrose Skirts, no two aliks. Some of ih m are most effectivjly tri Timid with buttons, while otheri htve a sort of strapping in ntw effect. Ore mighty stunning Black Skirt at 6.50, is tmartly strapped and has buttons down the front. It's a big bargain.toa, at J6.50 New Silk Ruffled Coat $15 We scooped in at a bargain these handsome Siik Rub btred Coats for rain or auto mob ilin. The're only $15 You'd exp:ct us to siy $22.00 , Lisle and Cotton Vests A Sale 25ct Fancy and Plain Lisle Thread Veits, some htvs lace yoke and all are silk ribbon tr mm: 1, 17:ts, 3 ror i)cts And good J:riey Ribbed Cotton Vests, all ribbon drawn at 7cts Each. One can't have too many of these Vests. Luck-Stroke In Women's Hosiery Tan co'or and b'ack, full regular mid: wasn't it a key stroke that brought theie fine guag; Stockings to us at 19c a Pair? Th: black on:s have extra elastic top, and the tan color have garter top They're full regular rmde and hsve h'gh tp'.iced heels. The test 25ct Stockings On the market for 19cts a Fair. A Sale of Soft Shopping Bags 100 Soft Leather Shopping Bags, in brown, tan an i black regularly $1.69. for $1.25 Fashionable Stationery Bargains 500 Boxjs of Marcus Wards Irish Linen Stationery in fa bric finish, with the new style deep pointed enve opes, 24 sh?e s and 24 envelop; , reg ularly 25cts, tor 17cts Box Thi Dwarf Ink Pencil, th; small pocket size, regularly J 1.00. for 6 Jets Each Toilet Specials 15c Bradley's Woo Hand Vio let Powder, for Ucts 15c Eastman's Rice Powder, for 8cts Pk;e. 5e t u tan Toiht foaps, 2 cakes for Sets 25c Shaving t'rushes 17c 15c Shaving Stick 8c We an the authorized representative in . New Haven of the Famou3 "Queen Quality" Shoe house. Queen Quality Shoes $2.50, 53, 3.50 FOUR PEDDLERS FINED For Not Tying Horses When Periling County C'fiiiimlsl(inrrs In . Court Otlirr Cases. Judge SUudloy In the probate court ysterday allowed a compromise on the estate of Gulscppe Fagastlno, the Ital ian banker who tome time ago was found dead at his homo on Enat wtreet and by so doing caused the dispute over the estate, which had gone to the j superior court, to be dropped. While the estate Is small and even said to be In ! solvent, It had mixed up In It a very find point of law and on this point which was disallowed by a probate ! court commission It was taken to the superior court. i It appears that Mr. Fagastlno and his brother had married two sisters In rittshurg In 12. The brothers at that time had some real estate here j and wishing to give their brides an ante-nuptlul girt mortgaged the place i for 11.000 and gave th mortgage Into i the safe keeping of, their father-In-I law. Later they wished to borrow more ! money on the property but were re i fused because of this previous niort i gage. A council of the family was i called and the mortgaKc said to have ! ben released after which the wlehed for loan was secured. On Mr. Fngastlno's death however 1 the father-in-law put In a claim to protect his daughter's Interest In the j estate. The claim was disallowed and an appeal to the euperlor court taken. ; It Is now stated that after a confer ence It was agreed to settle at a basis of about SO per rent. The question at ' Issue was whether the first mortgage i was ever released. , i Mlchlal Rlcelo, the Italian counsel Is administrator of the estate. Cheap Colonist Rates TO- CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO ARIZONA Via Washington-Sunset Route i Tourist sleeping Carn, Personally Conducted, - Without Change from Washington. Berth $8.50. Offtcss Boston. Southern Pacific,' 170 Washington Street. New York, Southern Rwy 1200 Broadway, On Totter I'slate, The Inventory on the estate of the late Eveline M. Totter of Hamden was filed In the probate court yesterday morning. The Inventory totals to 12, 12V57. Of this amount about ?&Z Is cash and the reel Is a mortgage note. Burton D. Totter Is the administra tor and the appraisers are Mlnotte C. and Walter C, Totter. Campaign Continued. y In continuance of the campaign ,H : started Thursdav by the police of this II i city. Ave peddlers were brouirht before lung mennrn n. i J ner in ,iop ciiy court yesterday morning on a charge of violation of the city ordinance n not having their horses hitched while not being driven. One of these men. Charles Trown steln, had such a horse that while he was being tried In the court room, It was being lnepited, with the result thnt It Is to be shot. Several of the other peddlers were wnrned to take tbelr horses home and treat them more humanely. The names of the men and disposition of each case follows: N'athsn numan off, 2: Jseob Neveloff, $2; John Car buch. $!; Charlea Prownstein, $2: An tonio Celentano and Max Schechter, judgment suspended. Costs In each rase amounted to $1!1. FRENCH LINE. Cmuputfnla Uea.rale 'I ruuaaiuniique. Dlien iAn to HA VKU f AK1S. Kroc. galling every THURSDAY, 10 m. Kiom 1'icr 42. Noitli River. Now York. M.a Provence Sept. 10 'La Lorraine Sept. 17 l.u Savole -...Sept. 24 I'riivence , Oct. 1 I Lorraine Oet. l,a Touralne ..Oct. 15 Twln-aurow ttenmera. eXTIt.i DF.PAHTtnE. S.S. "Chicago" (new; Sept. 6. noon, get oik) and third class only. From Pier $4. N. R , foot W. 44th St. (.rnrrnl Aaeucy, ID slate Mtrr.l, N. V. Apply lo French Line. 13 Slate 8t.. N. T. or Sweeiey & Kelsey. 102 Church St. lilshop & Co., 183 Orange St. Ptrlsli & Co.. 3d Ornnce. St. I IVmnrt Over for Theft. j On a charge of theft of a gold watch i valed at lion from Walter R. Law, AUTUMN VACATIONS WHITE AND GREEN MOUNTAINS. Anywhere you go in these hills ' you'll And sport and healthful recreation golf, au tomobiling, driving, mountain climbing. Always beautiful; doubly charming in September, when glorious colors deck the hillsides. 17 years, was fined It with cost of J6.23. Francesco Slbllo was sent to Jail for three months for Indecent exposure. Antonio Ross was fined $5 for breach o' the peace on Ambrozlo Cosano! A dlecharge was granted the latter, who was also charged with breach of the peace on the former. An Idleness charge, against Jehlel K. Tlckett was nolled. Continuance until today was taken In the case of Ethel Stevenson, who was arrested by Sergeant Dennehy on a chnrge of Idleness. Fhe will be charg ed with theft of 20, when she appears before Judge Tyner In the city court today. The alleged crime was commit ted June 12. A fine of " with costs of J(t 9 was Imposed upon Samuel E. Raylea for theft of 110.15 worth of aprons and coats from E. J. Puggan. Wrt,p n- Pmlth, General Tassen Continuance until today was taken ! grr Agent, Room 110, Xew Haven, In me cae of Pasquale Mattl, aged, 14 I Conn., for descriptive folder. years, wno is enarpen wun inrii oi a loaf of bread and a quart of milk from Simon Hold. VERY LOW FARES . A little more than one fare for the round trip from Sep tember 12 to October 3. hnnge on Brnrli.' Judo Alberto T. Horaback,-who Is now a Judge nf the superior court will become a Judge of the Supreme cnirt on Wednesday of next week, succeeding Judge wllllam Hamersley, who will retire from the bench of the higher court of this state because of New York. New Haven & Hartford R. R. prrKifni nnn .rr.urer m in- nonrn I , nRVnij rented the age limit. of 70 Varnish company, JohiUJ.. French, of ( yelrf wh)(,h fl,,,,,,),,,,,, m wfar (n), No. 25S Ooff street, this city, was,;,,,. ,vi,n. r,,A,r. nr,hneu ni h. hcund over to the next .term of the criminal superior court by Judge Rich ard H. Tyner In the city court yester day mornln. IM went to Jail In default of $300 bonds. ! French stated that he found the i watch, and paid to have It advertised ! In a paper, although the advertisement ; never appeared. He failed to recog ! nlze the advertisement agent of the paper In which he said he paid to have the "found ad" Inserted. Two Hiishnnds Sue. Papers In two divorce suits were served yesterday with the wives nam ed as defendants In both Instances. Je rome Croteau asks a separation from Margaret Croteau on the grounds of habitual Intemperance and Intolerable cruelty. He wonts also the custody of their two children and an adopted son. The couple were married April 12, ISM, . In the other suit Frank K. Flckllng of this city sues Elizabeth' Flckllng nf Trldgeporty on the grounds of Intem perance and unfaithfulness. They were married January 1, 1M1. , He names Henry Robinson of Bridgeport In the writ. Roth the case were brought by Attorney Charles H. Hayden. come a Supreme court Judge next week his first sitting with that body will be when the court meets here for the Oc- I toher term. Judge Wllllnm I,. Bennett I nf New Haven will succeed Judge Ror. aback on the. superior court bench. Judge Bennett's first session as a Judge of the superior court will he when he comes to this city on Tuesday, Septem ber IS, to preside over the September term of the superior criminal court for this county. Judge Bennett Is now a Ji'dge of the court of common pleas for New Haven" county. IWomi School for Tlirff, Clair Trnctor was committed to the State, Reform school for theft of a few small articles from the Bush-Smith 5 and 10 cent store In Chapel . street. Stephen Lesocke was sentenced to the Reform school on a similar chnrge but execution was suspended until Novem ber. Commissioners Testify, County Commissioner (ieddes and Walter testified In the police court yes terday of a visit to the saloon of John J. Moran at 700 Congress avenun In which they found open communication between the bar room and living apartment, and a fine of 25 with costs for the saloonkeeper was the result. The visit was made early last month and the case has been pending ever since. It was a part of a final crusade to force a separation between living apartments and bar rooms In all saloons. ftW .flow Uauon lino II 7 CnDNEW VORK, TMB iviBtion run riilrkrn Tlilrres HM. About. fl:4n oh Thursday evening, Arthur J. Sperry, secretary , of the Rpevry At Amos Co., who resides . on Hcmlnway avenue, East Haven, not iced a man emerging from the window of his ben house while another mm stood Just over the fence In the road. In the hands of each there were three hens. Mr. Sperry attacked and held the one who was coming out of the house. Meanwhile the man in the road trbd to Induce Mr. Sperry to let his charge go. Falling to do this he went off, leaving his companion to his fate. Mr. Sperry handed the mun over to Constable James Smith. The culprit, who gave his name as Frederick La Forge, confessed to the, crime and charged William Gamble, the man In the road, with being his confederate. La Forge made public Gamble's ad dress and during yesterday morning he was arrested. One of the men was tried before .ludge Dwlght Tuttle and the other be fore Judge Grove Tuttle In the town court yesterday. Both men were bound over to the superior court and In the meantime they will sojourn In the county Jail. SQUTH AND WEST FARES REDUCED. STEAMER RICHARD PECK. From New Haven Leave Belle Dock dally, except Mondays, 1:00 a m.; also Sundays 4:30 p. m. From New York Leave Pier 28, East River, near Catherine at., week dy, 3:45 d. m 8undays, 8:30 a. m.;foot East I 22d St., week days, 3:00 p. m.; Sundays. 10:30 a. m. Time Geiween wew nsvjti and New York about fiv hours. Tickets and stateroom al bishop it Co.'i, 185 Orange street, also at Bbllj T 1. . am atMm GEO. C. BLACIv, Agent, New Haven. F. C. COLBY. A. O. P. A , New Tork. SPECIAL XOTICB. fhe steamer Richard Peck will not make the regular trio from New Hnven to New York at 1:00 o'clock Tuesday morning. September the 8th, but Instead will leave New Hnven on kabor iJay afternoon at 4:80 p. m, MONTUAK STEAMBOAT CO. 'S LINE , Between. New London, Conn,, ind Grecnpcrt, . Shelter Island anil Sag Harbor, Lung Inland. Steamer Nantasket leaves New Lon don week daya 10 a. m 4 ;i. m. Leaves Bag Harbor S a-,m.. 12:30 p. m. Starin's N. Y. & W. H. Line. DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY, PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SKKVICB Leaves New Haven 9:00 p. m Stsrl i Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leave New York :00 p. m Cortlandt Street, Pier No. 18, N. R. Fare 75c., excursion tlckett $1.26. Rooms 81. Tike Chap el Stieet cars to Brewery street. , ' U II. FISHER. Agent, New Haven. Conn. UFMVKH BONDS NKXT WliKK. to K. C. Day Co., the banners, who Early next week Controller Howe j purchnserl them. The total Issue Is and City Treasurer Frcsenlus will , $557,000. but Jloo.ooo of these will be leave this city for New York, where i delayed a few days owing i.o a mls they will deliver the recent uond Issue I print In the. spelling of a word. France's cruiser Leon Clnmhetla, which conveyed the French president to F.ngland, is mimed afler tlie famous po U I Ida ii, who died on December ill. 1S82. Tn the limes of Ills Intense pop ularity Gaiiibctta nud an experience which he whs wont to tell against him self. In Paris admirers unyoked his horses and dragged the rarrlaga to his house, (iHiivlielln would narrate Ihh Willi an air of pride, and he would Hdd with a smile. "But 1 never saw my horses again!" Other Cases. In the city court yesterday morning tht cases against Patrick J. and Thom as Cullen, brothers, residing at No. 1372 State street, charged with Idleness came, up, but Thomas was not present, He Is In the Grace hospital, guttering from several fractures to his shoulder, In trying to avoid a train tn Monto wcae, while looking for Work last week, he fell down an embankment, the shoulder being injured quite seriously. Patrick was sent to Jail for 30 days by Judge Tyner. For theft of a basket of pcachea val ued at 35 cents, Harold Conlan, aged A DELICIOUS OOXCOCTIOX. Suggestion for a Frozen Dessert for Sunday's Dinner, The Harris-Hart Co.'s chef suggests that Its hundreds of patrons order for Sunday's dessert a quart of maple pe can nut Ice cream, mixed with tuttl frulttl. This Is one of the most delici ous of all mixtures among simple froz en desserts, the tuttl fruttl giving snap to the sweeter maple pecan, which Is made of fresh nuts' meat. . ThoSe who have never eaten the Harris-Hart Co.'s ice cream might test these makers' products with the con coction described here. Orders are taken up to 10 o'clock sometimes 11 o'clock Sunday morning, The name of Harris-Hart Is now fam ed throughout the state as makers of Moltke, Oct. 8, Dee. 8. P. Lincoln, Nov. IS Peerless leu Cream, rich, creamy, nu-1 Deiitschland to Itnly Feb. 6. trltlous and pure. Office. 43 B'war, Jf. Y or any local acl THE 1 RECREATION TOURIST CO. AUTUMNAL TOUR V TO THE WHITE MOUNTAINS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16. Six days' trip, with accommodations at the flue Sinclair Hotel, Bethlehem, $20.0(1 from Mew Haven, which also includes the ride to the flume. Boob names early, Last Saratoga Tour of the season Monday, September 7, four days' trip, from $15.00 to $19.00. The Recreation Tourist Co., 183 OHANGE STREET, HAMBURG-AMERICAN London Paris Hamburg. Biuecher. .Sept. 10 Pennsyl. Sept. II Olbraltnr Nnnlen Genoa. Hamburg, Sept. IB, Nov. 3, Jan. 5. 1.