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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1008.
Women's Stockings Our Women's Stocking department Is known to be the best place to find foot woar of suporlor quality. Our aim Is to give the best quality for the least money. Now Haven's best shoppers have learned this fact and that Is why you see so many coming to Monson's for stockings. We have all grades, from the most Inex pensive to the finest quality. To-day wo mention two numbers of particular Importance: Women's Oxblood Stockings In flno silk lisle, all sizes, 50c a pair. Women's Black Cotton Stockings,, made of fine yarn, fast black, flexible top, double sole, high spliced heal and double woven toe. 12 l2c a pair. ANOTHER PROTEST Taxpayer Complains of Ex pense in Installation of Incinerator. HOT PREPARED FOR IT When Gnrlmge In Collected as It Should Be, Then Think of Burning It, To the Editor of the Journal-Courier, Will you kindly publish a protest which many taxpayers are feeling deeply but have not voiced? After reading the various articles appearing In the dally pres on the subject of the city's garbage and huv Ing In the last few months experlnced much annoyance from the Inefficient collection of the same; the talk of Incineration with lt costly plant, and costly running expenses, we have all probably given the problem more thought than we have ever before found necessary. Simply the question would seem to resolve. Itself Into collection and dis position. Xaturally collection comes .first, for we cannot burn what we have not collected, which seems to be our principal and only pressing problem to-day. I venture to bolleve that there are still left among us men who are able to handle this collection of garbage efficiently and satisfactori ly at a fair remuneration. Remove this contract, and all con tracts which affnet our civic life from politics, lot the standard be justly and fairly defined, let the city's business be artcnilod to as honestly and square ly as our personal affairs, with thor oughness mixed with a civic pride (which by the way, seems lacking In New Haven), and one could safely predict that this garbage question, as well as many others, would he speedi ly settled. Now as to the disposal of this same garbage, for we seem to, be adding another problem as a disturb er of our peace. Firstly and lastly, we do not need any costly Inciner ating plant; the city Is not large enough, nor so situated as to make DEATH LEWIS In this city, Sept. 8, 1908, at the residence of her son, Elljnh B. Lewis, Ellzubeth Dwlght Bill, widow ot James s. iewie, in ner iin year. 'Funeral services will be held In Christ church, thin city, Monday morning, Beptembor 7, fit 10 o'clock. Interment at Norwich, Conn. s5 2t THOTP In New York, suddenly, Sep-' t umber 4, 1908, Alexander Troup, aged US j ears. Notice of funeral hereafter. Tt Is par ticularly requested that all flowers be omitted. b5 It this at all necessary for many years to come. It would simply add anoth er burden to the already overtaxed population. I believe more thorough ly and sincerely In a "city health ful" than In a "city beautiful," or a city government so pafrnnl and kind ly as to take all responsibility from the Individuals composing such city. Let every householder pay sonfe at tention to, his own premises. It has been no great burden for each to re move his own ashes and other refuse not counted as garbage. Put on a few ward-housekeepers and offer prizes If necessary for cleanly kept yards. A roll of honor used to have some value. Now there are no values save such as bear the dollar mark; probably a half dozen yellow birds bearing the old eagle would talk quite loud as prizes. Most of our streets are residence street; offer the city water free to all who will woter In front of their own premises, keeping their lawns, sidewalks and street clean and fresh, but do leave a grain of re sponsibility for a city healthful, with the Individual. . Besides, we are already over-burdened with taxes, the renter of our city given over to a large non-taxpny-Ing Institution, our plans for a city "beautiful" removing another large slice of what should be our heaviest taxpoylng portion, and In place, lay ing a heavy added tax on the ordina ry common. (?) man, who owns a lit tle place on the outskirts of the city, for which he has labored many years. To decide rashly and with little thought, as to actually necessary ex penditure, when the burdens of city government are already pressing heav ily on the great majority of our peo ple, is of itself little short of criminal. If we cannot now pay a reasonable sum for the collection of garbage, why add thousands of dollars for a costly plant, with heavy running "ex penses, and then still have the same old question of collection with a more than double expense for ashes and other refuse which In a city of this size should be attended to by the In dividual. We do not need a costly Incinerat ing plant at the present stage in our development. It will at least be gen erations before we shall be scrimped for room to dispose of ashes, etc., which In the case of cities like New York or London must be attended to often at an enormous expense, but a necessity. I am willing to leave these added questions to the . enlightened common sense and still more modern methods which our great-grandchildren may possibly find useful and necessary. Don't let's put the cart so far ahead of the horse, that he can neither pull nor push, Settle the main question collection first. A TAXPAVEU. Nw Haven, Conn., Sept. 4, '08. THE 35 Skull-Auto Pipes HAVE COME IN (Wo Hold hours.) the llrsl lot in 18 SesarSiodes, Mattoon'i Conur. 808 Clinpol St., cor. Ornngo. ST. PATRICK OUTING Knights Planning for Big Time at the Shoreham on Labor Day. KH tfSUKS'MTWS Am audita BKBlSfc K SILVER WEDDING. The Knights of 8t, Patrick ure plan ning for an outing Labor duy, which they believe will be tliu fliust uftatr of It kind ever given by tho court. Taw outing will take place at Morris Covu. The athletic events will start at U o'clock with a baseball contest by tnu Junior members una a second gumetiy the senior sons oi the mcmocm will take place at 3 o'clock, A Liuiquu will bo liuid at the Shoreman at i o clock, the Knlgnu are pluuu.tij to especal ly entertain the ladle und children, Tho athletic events Include the follow ing which will bo held ruin or shine,' so tho chulruiun suyB. lluolng and Jumping by boys from 5 to 6 yenrs, Including a 2r-yurd dash; GO yard dash for boys between ages of 10 and 12 years; two baseball contests; for young Indies; 00 yurd dush, pea nut nice, throwing the ball, fat wo men's nice; for member, 100 yard dush, hop, skip , and Jump, running broad Jump, fat men's race, 10J yard race lor older memhers, Pr. Fred Ileek will be the siarter. Judges, Mayor Martin, Arthur J. Slonne, Thomns I. Kinney. The outing will be held rain or shine. The committee In charge Is as fol lows: Chairman, Frank W. Tlernun; Thomns F, Maxwell, John P. Gibbons. The entertainment committee. Is com posed of tho following: Edward J. Condon, James H. Maxwell, Michael F. Campbell, pr. Jeremlnh J. Co'innc, j Frank P. Cronan, Stephen F. Cunning- j ham, John II. Dillon, Bernard M. Fahy, William II. Harty, Frank M. I Hope, Dr. James S. Maher, Frank A. Moloney, Frank Kenna, M. J. Leonard, James H. Maxwell, Stephen A. Moore. Hamamelis Virginica THE price of Witch Hazel Extract,, at retail, mainly and simply varies accord ing to the proportion of plain water added to the pure stuff as bought, according to the whim, notion or conscience of the retailer. A simple case of the more water the lower the price. As our Water Metre Is out of order just now we can't figure exactly what water costs us, so we ust bottle our Witch Hazel straight, as distilled, exacily.'as made, put It in full quart bottles und ask 35 cents. P. S.-Ifyou "re'er "commer cial" Witch "aze , you can get a bottle o! ou, .i md w i.er It to suit vourself and t en some -and still 'have it of average retail strength. Fancy Baskets Delicious Fresh Fruits. Nowhere is there to be found a finer assortment of Baskets and Fruits, and nothing is more acceptable to a sick friend, to a friend going away on train, steam er or automobile, or a gift, as one of our pretty baskets of Delicious Fruits and Confections. Put up to order or all ready to send by being put up by our experienced fruiterer. , ' If not wanted in baskets we can deliver a variety of choice Fruits More Prices down! This time it is a little lot of Canned Asparagus, recular Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnlin O, Handy Ce1e brnted Twenty-Fifth Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. John O. Handy cele brated their silver wedding at the Da venport Hotel last evening. .V banquet was held In the dining room of the ho le? at 8 o'clock at which about 50 sat down. Mr. and Mrs. Handy received many handsome presents Including a silver loving cup from the employes of the hotel. The dining room of the ho tel wus tastefully decorated with cut flowers, etc. Music wns furnished by Odenklrchen's orchestra. After the banquet a flashlight was taken of the party. Among the guests were the fol lowing: General Greeley, Mrs. RIrrs, i David Corey, Clara Corey, Charles Rounds, Anna Bounds, Helen Rounds, Mrs. F. Townsend, Densmore Brown, Harold Brown, Miss Annie Handy, Hattle Corey, Mrs. Chlpman of Penea cola, Fla. An Itallnn soolnglst has been able, with n special nileivphonogriiph of nil Invention, to convince himself that tho aquatic tribe emits a eertnln' buzzing sound, very varied In tone, which Is lis language. Up moreover, dlsoov- errd that the red gurnet Is of nil nshea tho moft loquacious. Ie Figaro. "Bark from Great Britain, eh? marked the friend. "I suppose ssw some wonderful things uinr . "Well, I should sny so," responded the. tojirlKt. "l actually saw sn original j",'7 ,,, ,ir vi uie urmaii comic pers." Chlcngo News. re volt over pa- stock goods, perfect quality, sold to make room for new goods arriving. Asparagus 77ps, one pound tall cans, regularly 25 cents. Aow 18 cents a can. Two pound tins, "Gold Dust" brand. Former price, 33 cents. Sow 28 cents a can,. "Imperial" brand, 2 A lb. tins, long white, uniform size stalks, packed specially for Salads. One of Our "Special good things", Regularly 55 cents. Now 2 cents a can. 381 S-tati S- Choice Prime Meals 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 service. Send us your orders. We are pleasing particular customers wo will try and please you MORTUARY CHAPEL. Lewis & Maycock's mortuary fhapel is freely tendered to those who, because of in sufTicent space at their residences, or for other reasons are in nerd of a place where funeral : services may be conducted in a quiet manner, 1 and, if desired, perfect seclusion. ANNOUNCEMENT. I desire to uuuoiiuce to the public that I mil now uctlng In the capnclty ' of Family Iteprenvntntlve tn boune ul liMMirnlnu during the funernl period i . uilinillnn to the many details which present themselves lit mieh n timet ren. tiering iiHntNtiince to funeral director, nud ri'preoiiiliiK the family on nil oc. . chsIoum. Alllllntri? with nil lending un dertakers. MKS. J, WII.MAM KI5NNEY Telephone II2S3-4. "Invisible Dust" IN YOUR HOUSE? The fine, almost Invisible diint thnt vtorka Into the fibres of man, upholx. tery and draperies . thnt'n tho dust thnt makes trouble. For In iKliiltluu to the dimmer from disease pemin It coiiIiiIiim, there I the faded, worn look on every .furnishing. A thnroiiKh clennlnK' hy the Vneiiiim S jut em villi ncike the home lienlllifnl nnd freshen the nppenrnnee of every carpet, run, pnrllere nnd upholstered piece In the house. A TIIOHOl fill clennlnK Inking out A I'll the "In visible dust" run be done OM:V by the VAI t t M system. The ooslf A trifle almost nothing compared with the benefit. 'l'hone or write us. Vacuum Cleaner Co- Thonc 2700 36 Church Street, Garage 81 Grand Avenue. , PROBATE DELEGATES. Twenty-seven In Favor of Edwin S. Thomns Selected to Convention. The third of the demoerntie rlty con ventions was held last night In Heub leln'g banquet hall and 27 delegates to tho probate convention were elected. Carleton E. Hoadley was chairman of the meeting and Thomas Bracken was clerk. ACter the credentials had been pre sented It was moved that a ermmilttee of seven be appointed to bring In names of the delegation. Mr, Hoadley appointed the following committee: John W, Cremin, William Keegan, R. Ralph Hull. Thomas. Bracken, Ludn'ig Palmlerr, William Bohan and William Grlffln. The committee was out but a few minutes and on Its return presented tho following list of names: Carleton K. Hoadley,' David E, FHz Gorald, 8. H. Fisher, Simon M. Hugo, Thomas C. Hracken, Albert Harris, William F. lAlcorn, William Bohan, Jr Thomas F, Grimn, Patrick S. Cunning ham, William C. Keegan, Michael J. Burke, John J. Keennn, Samuel Z, Field, J. Edmund Miller, John W. Cremin, William Erff, Michael Byrne, Benjamin Slade, Charles F. Bates, An drew Meola,' A. J, McDonald, Patrick False.v, Daniel Lawlor. (1. Herbert Rl. rhop, Thomas Kelleher and Edward O'Brien. The date for the district, convention has not yet been set. The temporary chairman of the convention will be Carleton E. Hoadley. The deteantlon chosen last, night was one. favo.-able to Edwin S. Thomas of Orange, It Is understood that ReiHiimln Slnrlo will present Mr. Thomas' name before the convention, Musical Mnld Now, candidly, talking of Wagnerian opera, what do you think or tins compnny s execution? CamlM Critic It Is not execution, my child; it, is assassination. Illustrat ed Bits. Frank R. Baldwin, 1231 Chapel, cor. Howe St.' Te'cpl'.ono 531V two wires. SCHOENBERGER'S To-day will be our greatest sale day in history. We invite you all to see our stock and look our prices over. We can supply you with anything you want in both the best in the market and the lowest in price. Monday, September 7th, Labor Day. Store Closed All Day. John fiiuiErcr sl&on CJ l VJ CHAPEL .!. C W Veal to 1 AC Yearling 1 0c Roast l"lb. Legs of Lamb lulb. Mutton Veal Veal Chops Stew Chops 12c lb. 6c lb. 12c lb. Rib Roast 12c. Pot Roast 10c. Hamburg Steak I Rack Steak- Fowls 3 lbs. for 25c 3 lbs. for 25c 16c lb. APPLES BAXANAS Hed Il.WAXAS Yellow CANTALOUPES California (i rapes Delaware Grnpea COM OltD GRAPES YELLOW PEACHES NIAC.AUA GIUPES PLUMS GRAPEFRUIT PEARS ORANGES PINEAPPLES LEMONS WATERMELONS WRITE TEACHES The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 Chapel St. Fresh Killed Poultry. We Have Built Up -a Large Trade on QUALITY. rrrsli-Ullled Fowl, 2(lo lb. Fri'fli-killrri Lnnir l.-lnml Duckling, '20c lb. rresli-lillled Chickens for RonMhiR mill Drolling. Capo Cod CrmitM-rrlex, 12c quart, Itrst of (lie henson. FOR PRESERVING. . The finest Wlillo nud Yellow Penclies for Canning at very low price Flno lot Crab Apples for folly, 75c pencil basket. , . ! Burden Poors, selected stock for canning Table Grapes, fresh lot. Concord. Niagara and Delaware Grapes. Look at tho prlrc ISc basket, 2 for 2.V. , v DAMSON PLUMS (the Genuine Kind). ' - Wc expect a shipment Friday morning. ' ' IN VEGETABLES. Wo linvo everything that Is grown, Including the finest Tomatoes foi Culsnp, Long Island Cucumbers, Egg Plant and Michigan Squash. D. M. Welch & 38 and 40 CONGRESS AVE. FAIR nAVEJf. NEW HAVEN. Son. WEST HAVEN, Saturday, September 6. . We offer for a few days Connecticut grown DUCKLINGS at 22 cts the pound J Roasting and Broiling CHICKENS Prepared on premises at 25 cts the pound. L. C. PFAFF 6 SON, The Best Meats j 7-9 Church Street. Telephone 1040. Htttfttntl l l ttl l rrl l'l II I l11tttttttttt1'tttt'l'1''li If You Want Good, Square Dealing, and Your Money's Worth, Schoenberger's is About the Only Place for You. Round Steak 14c Loin Steak 16c Porterhouse Steak... 18c Sliced Ham 18c Bacon 14c Liver 5c 19 lbs Granulated Q Sugar 01 Table Butter, lb 25c Eggs, warranted, doz.23c Condensed Milk 7c Best Flour, bag 72c Baker's Cocoa 18c 10 lbs Washing Soda. 10c Doyle's Catsup 9c Legs of Lamb 14c Stewing Beef 8c Stewing Lamb 5c Salt Pork 10c Corned Beef 6c Tripe' 6c Potatoes, peck. .... .23c Sweet Potatoes, peck. 35c Squash 2c String Beans, quart.. 4c Lemons, dozen 10c Celery Stalk 5c Lima Beans, quart. . . 4c Corn, dozen 12c Grape3, basket 12c Are You Going to Do Up PEACHES This Year? If so, you can find the native stock as cheap in price at any of the Markle stores as anywhere in the city. The F. J. Markle Co. 020 Chapel Street. 175 Dlxwell Avenue. 640 Congress Avenue. MAIN STORES: BRANCHES: 275 Edgewood Avenue. 103-105 Broadway. 643 Dlxwell Avenue. State Street, i-orner OllTe. Headquarters 96 GEORGE STREET. BRANCHES : T70 Slnlc St. 1.11(1 Htaie Si. 10-23 1'ob Ave. ,'I.IH lirnnil Ave. inn (ireenwiMMl St. R2I Klin M. VIS lluwnril Ave. 11 Shellon Ave. Onk, vr. (illlx'rt St. YVootliiiout. VWAW.VWW.W. September 5, 1008. yvw.w.wwww. Saturday Specials at Johnson's Corner Store. ,- ' LnhuiV.-; .... - GROCERIES. Sardines (imported), regular" ' price1 ' 15c, SPECIAL 10c. Shrimp (new goods) ....... .15c can, 2 for 25c 1 can Peas, 1 can Corn, SPECIAL .18c Rice (new goods), pound "8c Prunes, pound ,; ............ 1 4c Fancy Oolong Tea, SPECIAL, pound. 40c Apple Butter (large jar) 25c Canned Strawberries ........ 15o can, 2 for 25o Selected Fruit Preserves (assorted), regular ' price 25c jarr SPECIAL .18c WINES AND LIQUORS. ' BOTTLE All Ripe. Wc do not M'liil luiril unripe peaches to our customer unless requested to do so. Wo arc liaiidlliiK tin llnest fruit 1 1 in I comes Into the city in u variety of slz.es und I lie prices arc now very reasonable, We liave iilioiii lifly baskets of Hurt let t I'enrs, suitable for cnmiltiK, also l'ltims, M ild (irupes, nnd i C'rub-apples. Tllli MIKKOK FKUIT STORE. J B. JUDSON, , 856 CHAPEL ST. We Close All Day LABOR DAY Johnson's Rye. ... .$1.00 Monogram Rye. . . . .75 Pride of Maryland. . Rye... LOO Reading Rye (bot tled in bond) ... . . 1.25 Port BOTTLE and . . . . .35c Taragona Sherry California Claret 22c Creme De Menthe. . .75c Hockheimer 35c Direct Importing bo., Foot Center St. Johnson 6 Brother 411413 State Street Ostcnd Pa, what kind of ships are courtships? Tn Soft ships, my son. Ostend And what kind of ships sail the sea of matrimony? Pa Hardship, my son. Chicago News, "Little boy," said the reformer, "I sec you are smoking, hut " "I beg your pardon, mum," replied the street gamtn, with much dignity, "I don't smoke butts. This is a whols cigar a'Sd It cost a nickel." Chicago. News,