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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1008.
7 MEICJS A CD. MEIGS & CO. MEI07I CO JEWS OF CHURCHES VUlt thu Liit'scHl, MulitPNt nml Uumlsomcitt Store lit New Jlavcn, Big Sale of School Suits This Week. Knickerbocker and Knee Pant Suits (Hj C BIG VALUES AT $7.00. We never have offered such splendid values as these suits are at $5.00 Some of them are brand new stylos, fresh from the makers, bought especially for this opening sale. Durable mixtures and stripes in double -breaslod models, all sizes from 7 to 16. Don't, on any account, miss this wonderful offering. BIG SPECIAL SALE OF SCHOOL SHOES AT $2.00. We have brought out a new box calf shoe for school boys; a strong, sturdy shoe, built with a wide easy tread, broad common sense soles and heels; made for comfort and insured for wear. The price ought to be half a dollar more, for the value is there. Let your boy start for school in a pair of these shoes. NEW SCHOOL CAPS, SPECIAL, AT 50c. A big variety of new Scotch and worsted caps for school boys. Very special value at 50c. . Rev, Robert MacDonald, of New York, . to Preach at United. MANY COMMUNION SERVICES Itcv. K L. Winner to rrrnch lit Dav enport Church Hcv. Anson I", Stokoit Hi St. I'iuiI'n, $15 SUITS NOW $7.50 $15 SUITS NOW LAST GALL $7.50 The nervh.es Ht Trinity I'. IS. .church on the Green will be h follows: g a. in., holy communion, 10:11(1 a, m pray-! ci', and sermon by the rent nr. rtev. Charles (). Scovllle, followed by holy cmimunlon; 7 o'clock, evening prayer! i without sermon, ! CLEARANCE OF MEN'S SUMMER SUITS NOW GOING ON. Boys' Hose, 15c a pair, two pairs for 25c. Extra strong. M j it INCORPORATED THE BIO STORE. 60 STF.PS FROM CH.M'F.Ii STREET. IU TO 05 fllVRCU STREET. Special Values in Blouses and Waists at 50c and 75c. 11 keep us IN MIND 'f P AINTS LASS G AND OILS In'ludiT; All Kinds of Lubricating Oils. WADSWUKl'H, ROWLAND 6 CO., Inc. 382 Stats St. Telephone 590. T. M. Hughson, Mangr. Your Alt ention Wow ! to ycur lawn by spreading upon it a liberal quantity of Sheep Manure will double its beauty the rest of the season and strengthen the roots, which have had a hard time this summer, causing a vigorous growth in the Spring as well as this Fall. Evergreen Lawn Grass grows 100 pure. AXXTAI, FAMj recatta. Xcw Hen Yacht Club to Wind l'p Ijncal Season Till Afternoon. The annual Tall regatta of the New Haven Yai'ht dub will he held today In conjunction with the Pachem'a Head club. Owing to the heavy rush of bus. Ine.s, occasioned by the Inbor Day holiday, a large number of yacht own era will be unable to arrive early In the day. As a consequence the race committee has made considerable of a change In starting the races. In fact the schedule has been completely re vised since the notice of the regatta was sent to the yachtsmen during the week. Class N, which Is made up of the thirty-footers, will start at 10 a. m. This race will be the only one to start In the forenoon. The power boat races, which were scheduled to start at 9:3 a. m will not start until J p. m. All other classes will be started between 2 and .2:30 tn the afternoon. A large number of Sachem's Heid yachts are expected to participate In the regatta and will come up from the Head this morning. After the race have rn flnlshel the yachtsmen, loth loril and Sachem'.. Head, will repair to the rlubhous. where the house committee will mak things lively with a clam chowder. Af ter this th yachtsmen will take part In the motor boat parade, fcllowlns which they w III go to the Shnreham to enjoy the hop there. The hop is the winding-up of th summer season and Is held In conjunc tion with the Venetian carnival, which Is planned by the residents of the Cove, From present Indications nearly every cottage In the Cove will be Il luminated with Japanese lanterns and the motor boat parade will probably be the most spectacular review tvtr seen In local waters. All Saint Chapel (Trinity 1'nrlsli.) j Serviced will be hh follow: 10:30 i rt'i'l.iclr IWilir nniiiitMinliiii illh aiiptunn I by the Rev, V. P. pownea. St. PhiiI'm Church. . The serviced tomorrow Twelfth Sun day after Trinity are: Morning prayer at 9 o'clock; holy communion at 9:30; necond communion with sermon by the Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes, Jr., at 10:30; evening prayer at 7:30. Forbes Memorial (impel of the, Epiphany. Morning prayer and holy communion with sermon by the Rev. Franklin Knight at 10:30 a. in.; evening prayer and sermon at ";30; Sunday school re opens at 12: IS. Church of the Aoctilnn. The services tomorrow are holy com munion at 7:30 a. in.; morning prayer, sermon by the Rev. F. S. Kenyon and second communion at 10:30; evening prayer at 7:30. I'nlnn ( liarl, Morris Core. Evening prayer with sermon by the Rev. Franklin Knight at 4 o'clock, St, THoinas' Churrh. The services at St. Thomas' church tomorrow are litany and holy commun ion with sermon by the rector, Rev. William A. Beardsley, at 10:30, and evening prayer at 5 o'clock. The full vested choir will sing at both services. I'liltnl (imrrli (North Church on the (Jrccn.) Morning worship at 10:30, with ser mon by the Rev. Robert MacDonald of New York city. Davenport Church (Wnoier Square.) Preaching Sunday morning by the pastor,' Rev. Ernest I vVlsmer. The communion service will be held the first Sunday In October. There will be a special service of song with violin and vocal solos at the Toung People's meeting Sunday evening at 8:30. rij-mouth Churrh. The Rev. William Vf. .McLane. V. D., the pastor will occupy the pulpit at the 10:30 service tomorrow morning. The Sunday school will bt resumed at 12 nonn. ofShe Clothing Clean-Ups Every Garment in the House materially Marked Down to in stantly effect a short, sharp and DECISIVE CLEARANCE, : $15.00 You JI sct the samc $10.00 FANCY SUITS IZrrriiSERGE SUITS j t Now $7.50 ful! vaIue- Now $7.50 MUDKHN Ol'A R ANTKK. A New Suit Without Charge If This One Troves I'nsatlsfaolor. MODliRS MODERN MODERN GUARANTEE.' V' A New Suit Without Charge It This One Proves Unsatisfactory. MODERN . . $10 and $15 Shop MiT" 28 Church Street, Opposite Poli's Theater. c;fX)Rc,i: noxF, sick. IxkhI Bawhall Manager Narrowly Aterut Attack of Pneumonia. ' George Bone, playing manager of the New Haven baseball club, has been seriously 111 for the last few days, being compelled to remain In bed all day Thursday, Mr. Bone has been suffering from a severe cold for about a month and according to re ports from hla physician, the local manager narrowly averted an attack of pneumonia on Thursday. Mr, Cameron accompanied the team to Bridgeport Thursday In place of Bone, but was relieved of the manag ing dutlea yesterday by the appear ance of Oeorge Bone at the Savin Rock grounds. He was unable to don his baseball uniform and watched the progress of the game from the bench with his street apparel. Mr. Bone has been planning a vaca tion for after the close of the base ball season, which will extend for about two weeks. He Intends to go hunting in the state of Vermont and will spend part of his time visiting the White mountains. He hopes to regatn his health and return prepared to enter the roller polo season, which will last for twenty-two weeks. He will enjoy the vacation with his wife and daughter. ' THE FRANK S. PLATT CO. 350-356 STATE STREET. NEW HAVEN. CONN. THE BUCKINGHAM- RflUTH COMPANY. OAKPAI.KS WIX. Take Kxnltlna: (iamr front the New hell In the Ninth Inning. The Oakdales defeated the New Haven team by, the score of 4 to 3. The Newhalls had the game In hand up to the ninth when Clark went up In the nlr. Massey pitched a good game. Walsh's three base hit with none out and a neat single by Plum mer brought In three runs winning the game. Captatn Jones has arranged to play the "Rangers" Tuesday, which will be the Inst game for the Oak dales this season. , Score by Innings R, H. E Newhalls . ....() 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 03 5 1 Oakdales . ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 9 3 Batteries Massey ami Nevins for Oakdales; Clark and Hart for New halls. Umpire,, Thompson. TO PliAV DOl THyF, IIKADKR. ( MA N CFACT UKEItS OF GOLD SHEET IRON RADIATORS 1 'tiyilllf OUR SPECIALTIES: Heating by Steam, Hot Water, Hot Air. ALSO Sanitary Plumbing, Tin and Sheet Iron Workers. Cornices, Skylights AND Coppersmithing. Sariiem Nine vs. Ramblers and the KaKlo at HlllhoiiNr Diamond. Tlie . strong Sachem nine will line up against the Kanihlers nt 2 p. ni., and the Ksgles at 3:30 p. m. on the Hill house diamond. Brent and Farrell will do the box work .for the Sachems to day, while Kelley, the star boxninn of the team, will he reserved for Sunday, when the Sachems piny the Rayvlews nt Lighthouse, Point. The Sachems have won seven out of nine games this sea son, 'u.nd' It looks like two more wins to-Uay. , CJOL1' CHAMPION SHIP. Our factory facilities in these several lines and our long and practical experience in large and small contracts give cus tomers assurance of reliable suggestions and careful estimates. We are pleased to refer to some of the finest work in this city. 151 Court St. Tel. 255 Scotchman' Win Irish International Content by 3 l'p. Newcastle, Sept. 4. J. F, Mitchell of Edinburgh today won the Irish golf championship contest, which was ho Ing played here, defeating H. N. CalrneH of lruland by 3 up and 2 to limy, ST. JOHKPH'S TO PLAV. Will Meet trie, .lack Hones This Afternoon." The St. Joseph and Jack Rose teams will meet in battle array at Bay View park this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The batteries will be, for 8t Joseph's Maher hihI Vanaeor; for Jack Rose, Mallory and Kolle. Pwlght Place Church. Th Dwight Place church peop'e nlll mct In their own house of wor ship, Sunday morning, September 1, and the pastor, Dr. Leete, being back frlm his vacation, will conduct t'te service. . The kindergarten department of the Hlble school gathrs at the time of the mnrnlnjj service and all other de partments of the school meet In the palish house at 12 m. The congreg.i tlon are Invited to the (1:30 o'clock meeting led by the Y. P. S. ( E., ns there Is no evening preaching service. FirM Fngllsli Lutheran Cliiirch. . Lawrence and Foster streets. Morn ing worship with reception of mem bers and Infant baptism at 10:30. Rev. J. Luther Sleber will preach on 'The Tolling (,'Hrlst." Sunday school at noon; Christian Endeavor nt' 7 p. m led by Charles Hansen; vesper ser vice at' 7:45, with sermon by the pas tor on "Rnylng up the Opportunity." Council will meet at 9:45 a. m. Trinity Methodist' T'plseopal Chnrchi ' John W. Maynard, 1). P., pastor. 10:30 a. m.. morning worship. The holy sacrament will be administered. 12:00, Sunday school; B:.'10, Kpworth league; 7:30, evening worship wi'h sermon by the pastor. Church of the MeHiah (First I'nlver sallst.) .Services will , be resumed next Sun day morning, at . 10:30 o'clock, w'.fh sermon by the minister, Rev, Theo dore A. Fischer. Subject: "Like a Wave of the Sea." Sunday school, at 12 m. All cordially Invited to all services. I'lrst Church of Christ, Scientist. The services of H'lrst Church of ChtiHt, Sciential, ire held Sunday t 10:30 a., m., In Republican hall, Temple and Crown streets, entrance on Temple- street. Subject, "Man." The Sunday school meets after the morning service. The Wednesday evening testimonial meeting Is hel.l at 8 o'clock. , RACKS RUN AS II I' (i I IKS TALKS. Watertown, N. V., Sept. 4. Despite reports to the contrary, the horse races at the Jefferson county fair yesterday were held contlnuoualy throughout the afternoon and (lining the time (Jov. Hughes was speaking. The horsemen had threatened not to start their ani mals while the governor wus on the grounds, but later, decided tu run them as scheduled, Sei-onil Clitireli of Christ,, SHontM. Sunday services at Warner hail, 1044'. Chapel street, at 10:30 a. m. First reader. Rev. S. K. Slmonsen, C. S, H subject, "Man." Sunday sch.vil at 11:45 a. m. Testimonial meetlifi Wednesday at S p. m.' A free readlig room Is maintained by this church in the Chase 'building, 101ft (in pel street, which In open week days from 10 a, m. to 5 "p. hi., find Monday evening. All arc welcome. ' CKy Mission, 201 Orange Street. Meeting of the "Sunshine Hand,' the children's organization of the ml( slon, at 3 p. m. At 7:30 p. m the Rescue Hand nf the City Mission will have charge. Meetings every night next week, Tuesday night excepted, at 8 p. m. All are invited. JERSEY'S DAY AT SEA RTRT. National fJnard Troop Wins Every thing It ioe After. Seagirt, N. J., Sept. 4. The second troop, National Guard of New Jersey, wept the field on this, the opening day of the eighteenth annual Seagirt shooting tournament, winning every thing on the program In which It was entered. The Columbia trophy match was won by the second regiment, New- Jersey. In addition to the Columbia trophy, the events to-day were the company team match, the Tyro com pany team match and the cavalry team match. The company team match, won bv the second troop, New Jersey, was the most Important and Interesting contest of the day. It was open to teams of five men each from the army, navy, marine corps, the mili tary and naval academies, and the Na tional Guard. Each man llred seven shots at 200 yards and seven shots at 600 yards. .The winning score of .':07 earned gold medals, and $50 for the team m'emhers. The second prize won silver medals for the team mcmhe'-s and $25 was raptured by Company C, Fourth New Jersey, with a score of 301, and third prize, bronze medal and $15 and Co. L, Second X. J., the score being 297. "WX. DOUGLAS THE BEST 3.s50 SHOES FOR WN W. L DOUGLAS MAKES AND SELLS MORE MEN'S $3.50 SHOES THAN ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD. Ste.50 SHOES AT TTX KDO ALLEYS. Candidates for Ttiexdo Team at Prac tice last Night, The candidates for the Tuxedo City league bowling team showed up at the Tuxedo alleys last night. The team will ho composed of the following: Schech er, Philips, Smith, Seheimer, Riley, IJushy, Mlnahan. The drat bowling con test to be rolled in this city this sea son will take place on the Tuxedo al leys Friday night between the Tuxedo team and a bowling team from Merl den. "Art" Jnnswlck was at the alleys last night and rolled several games. He Is starting the season In good form and says that he will soon become In terested with a well known New Brit ain howler In a set of. alleys in that city, A meeting will he held at the Tjixedo alleys today to decide on the matter of pR.vlng the $TiO entrance fee tn the Inter-State league and abo to decide on entering the Kastern leagii", It. Is believed that, they will decide tn pay the $50 Inter-State fee and also to enter the Kaatern league. The reason W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes are worn by more men in all walks of life than any other make is because I give the wearer the benefit of the most complete organization of skilled shoemakers in this country, who receive the highest wages paid in the shoe industry and whose workmanship cannot be ex celled. The selection of the leathers and other materials for each part of the shoe and every detail of the. making is looked after by specially trained experts in every department. If I could take you into my large factories at Brock ton. Mass.. and ahnw vrtn how carefully W. L Douglas $3.50 shoes are made, you wouia men unaerstana why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and - O mbmw .maul. VfcllVt IIIDaC w W.L. DOUGLAS $4.00 GILT EDO ECHOE ' Cannot Bo Equalled at Any Prloo. W. L DOUCLAS BOYS SHOES $1 .78 AND $2.00. JUST THE SAME AS MY MEN'S 1 so SHnrs tup a imp fitutdi rno .tin m . VIS ) l$3.50 SHOES) jr. I. Doti bum ud Brie. ! ituoMd th. bottom. wMb proWttt tht mm .ifuj.ni.. auw .mvnur .am. r.lDX urvn n A V ijw TDBN. UU HO HUM ',!!ff2',!;Jr'.'B'',TO,u''w, Catalog rrt. W. Z. DOVOLAS, BrttkUn, Mam W. I. DOUGHS SHOE STORE IN NEW HAVEN: 810 Chapel Street PRIZE WINNER. ii you want a prize winner then buy ft Continental Automobile. Tbla cm holds (he silver cup for first prise fa the 1,000-inlle sealed-bonnet contest for ppeed und durability. The Conti nental cur Is recognized as one of the great succcsaful machines In the coon try. If you want one leave your order nt once orders require . at least six weeks to All. We would br pleased to give demonstration an) time. '. The Continental Automobile Manfg Co. 121 Olive Street. 'Phone. 5232-2. " CAXOB CM H OVTIXG. The eighth annual. reatta Klven hy the QuinnlplHC Canoe club vill be held on Labor Hay, September ", on tin: Qulnniplne river. Hesldes the gtilnnlplai' the Pefjuot and Uusatnnlc rluba will compete and many Interestinff races are . xpei led. The re(uois have held thulr annual regatta on July 4th. OMvS vs. (Wiuroxs. Fowler to Twirl for Former Nine Wind l'p Senson Uibor Day. The Morris Cove team meets the atrong Carlton nine this Hifternoon at :i o'clock on the , Cove Held. Fowler will Hgaln twirl for the former team and he will be strengthened by a bright new' red coat with brass but tons. The Cove nine will wind up the sea son on Labor day" when they meet the East Haven nine at 10 o'clock on the Cove Held. SCX DAY BASKHAMi. Wiilcrbury ImlopciHlenlH to Piny nt Iillllf Iioiinc I'olol. The Waterbury Independents will play the UhIiIIioiisc A. ('. at the hcoce grounds Sunday nfternoon nt M o'tdoek, bolh nines are playing a. splendid game. mid good ball .-should be t lie outcome of t lie meeting. CITY SUBSCRIBERS to ' The Morning Journal-Courier who have had their paper sent out of town for the summer are requested to give both OUT OF TOWN "V;: and CITY ADDRESSES when returning to New "Haven. Promptness and accuracy in changing , the destination of papers depends upon compliance with this request, and has become almost impera- tive because of the very large mailing list this J season. ..4.K.'K'H'M''K'K