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Monday, Zt m'OtnittjJ l0tmtat-CfittS September si, iocs.
y r The Metropolitan Store of New Haven. MALLEYA (j&EftMERY Butter To appreciate how the original flavor of Gold Medal Creamery Butter is preserved by the odor proof package comparo it with any uncovered butter. To appreciate how much bettor the original flavor is, compare it with any other butter. Sweetest, cleanest, purest. P'KM the rrrnmervwid 1wvoHl the nrlrenf nrlln ry butler thai l twiallv pmkrd hv the Hmlrr In Iheilly. yout ttter tan 7 supply you k'tltf us. DILLON and DOUGLASS, New llfivn nii llarlforrf. Cnnn.i Springfield, MnM.; Providence, R. I. The Huttcr that is best by ' all comparison best at the churn best at the table Minneapolis Hill Climb August 29, Tho Full-Jeweled TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Made the FastcstTimc in CJla33 Event and WINNER Of the Frcc-for-AII, Making Fastest Time of the Day, And defeating over forty cars, including Tope-Hartford, Stod-dard-Dayton and Ticrco Six Cylinder. The Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation. NEW BRITAIN, CONN. H, E.loolittle, B3 BROAT)WAV, NFW HAVEN. Iiooal Agent. Clerkin &, Co. 781 Grand Avenue. Steam and Hot Water Heaters 1 That Hire Complete Satisfaction. If you are considering a change in your present system, telephone for an ESTIMATE. AUTUMN VACATIONS WHITE AND GREEN MOUNTAINS. Anywhero you go in thcio hills you'll find sport and healthful recreation golf, au tomobiling, driving, mountain-climbing. Always beautiful; doubly charming in September, when glorious colors deck the hill sides. VERY LOW FAKES A little more than one fare for the round trip from Sep. tcmber 12 to October 3. Writ A. H. Smltli. tirnontl Pnswn cor Aproiit, Boom 1 10, New Ilium, Conn., for demrlpllve folder. New York, New Haven 4 Hartford R. R. A n w JL TWO 'IWUM IViR, i J. f New Haven Line It'll I tw if err IFimhm j .7 i cnDNRW '". THR S'ffUfMI! runsouTH ano wkjt FAI1KS nRDUCFD, BRIEF MENTION. Hlch water to day at 8:32 p. m. At the Humphrey strot Congress tlonsl rhnrrh yer.terday the pulpit wa.j oei-iipirfj hy the T!v. Martin V Kti'f land. P T., representing; th Now TCngland Hahbath reoteotlvo leaxu Tie delivered on interesting pennon. Throng A ShopSdSrV , The, nlieps arc selllnir the dlrectolre Mali hi hoft liberty natln wlih crochet- ed ellk idlde. and silk IkcsoIm. They aro three yards long, lu all colors. Jt l aald that lynx will be one of the most popular fur thin winter, and In evidence of the, r&rt 0im wens ;t goodly Allowing of garment made of tnia lur In the furriers' advance, din. plays. Plncn the hair has been drenerl In en the hark or tho neck dagger. of gold, silver, tortoise hell and even celluloid are otTerefl for nhopa. They are about. px Indies Inns and the ends are twisted to prevent them front falling out. The luieM adornment for women's heada coM Ht (ho fhnns la a himln that, la only a Ptlckpin with an oblong colored head. The.se anieth, jade and pearl. The pin at (ached Is only a finger long. These are used to catch up the pompadour to the .rlm of the hat. Only one color mum be used on a hat at a time. Thin It. true of hatpins aa well a thec small hairpins Pleading guilty to violating the ftun day liquor law Charles Thne, the Savin Rock hotel keeper, paid a fl!io of 9 76 and roirtfi of $39 In the Wert Haven court Saturday. The hotel was raided by Hie plate police, and In a light which resulted officer TSudd shot Wil liam Iline through tho wrlrt. Kudd, with two other state policemen, was arrested and bound over to the next term of the superior court. Hemming on light-weight wool goodn should be done by hand and with a short needleful f r.piit niik. This does away with th tight twirl ing of the fine single r,llk and In con sequence makes a prettier hem. Vu oth'er good plan H to unn the ravel Inga of the material, a:, this In a per feet in itch .nd liavlnr ilhAan s the niatorlal does not show if a cnance ntlt.eh gor.n through. Fred V. Kow ler, secrctavy and man ager of tho A. R. Dexter company, in corporated, of this city, who has been 111 atilrace hospital for several weeks with typhoid foveiS wan repovted last night as doing nicely. He has pawed the crisis and la now slowly recovering-. ' At the meeting of the directors of the New Haven road Saturday por tions of the annual report of the com pany to be Issued probably some day this week were read by President Mel. len. , The monthly meeting of the man agers of New Haven orphan asylum will be held at the asylum, 610 Kim street, Thursday morning, fept. at quarter before 10 o'clock. SCOTCH WASHABLE FLANNELS. Ijirge variety of design nnd color lugs for Wrappers. Prosing Sacks, Slilrt WaMs nd Militlngs 2Sc. 75c yard. Also good line of Outing l'lan wh nnd linnnclcttcs 10c, 12'i'. !' STKAMFR RICH A HO FKC'K. From New Haven lave Bells Dock dallv, except Mondays, 1:00 a. in, Krom New York Leave Pier 28, Kast It Ivor, near f'nlherlne St., 2:15 p. m.; foot. East 22d si., 3:00 p. in., dully ex cept Hundays. , Time between New ltu ven and New York about Ave hours. Tickets ami stateroom at Bishop . Co.s, 1SB Orange slrect, also at Bello Dock nnd en SieHtner. flKO. BLACK, Agent, New Haven. F. C. COL.V.Y, A. O. T. A., New York. Starin's N. Y. &N.H. Line. DAILY EXCrcPT SATURDAY. PASSKNfiKR ANI FHKIUHT NUinVIOH Leaves New Haven 9:00 p. m Btarlu Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leave New York 8:00 p. m.. Cortlandl Street, Pier No. 13. N. R. Fare 7Bc excursion tickets $1.25. Rooms l. Tike Chap, el Street earn to Brewery street O, II. FISHRIt. Aicent, New Haven. Cenii HltMIMllMHIl IIMKW Oil GKe Thompson y Decorators Si Furnishers PROBLEMS h WTF.RtnR PP.C ORJTWN WHICH SEF.M D1FFI CULT TO OTHERS ARE OFTEN EASY FOR US TO SOLVE. THIRTY-FIVE YEARS' EXPERIENCE WJTH OUR HEART IN OUR WORK IS THE EXPLANATION. HAVE YOU A PROBLEM TO SOLVE ( WE HAVE SPECIAL IDEAS FOR DIFFICULT PLACJS. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. TtrrrrH'!WIWMm FRENCH LINE. rompiiKnle Graerslc 'I'rnosiitluntlque. Direct Linn to HAVRK PARIS, France. Balling every THURSDAY, 10 a. m. From Pier 42, North "River, Naw York. La Savole Sept. 24 La I'rovnnen Ont. 1 La Lorraine. Oct. 8 r.a Touraliin Oot. 15 La .Savnle Oct. 22 Lh I'rovencr Oct. 29 Twin-screw steamers. srntiAt, saii.im;. New Twln-Kcrew . H. "fMiteagn," Oct, 3rd, noon, t com t'lnr SI, W. 41th St. Kecond anil Third Class only. (ienernl Aiteney, 10 mute Street, N. T. Apply to French Line, 19 State St., N. Y. or Rweezny & tielsey, 02 Church St, Hlshop & Co., 188 Orange 8t. Pariah & Co.. a Orance SU Y 150 Orane.St, OrPOSlTH WOMK.N S KXtilANGR, Three Deliveries Dally. Tel a042-5. White Star Line NEW YORK-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL OHIc, Sept. ITt. I Crrirle, Oct. H. Untile, Oct. 1. I Arabic, Oct. 11), PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURS-SOUTHAMPTON Oeennle, ept, SX I Ailrlatlc, Oct. 7. Trulonlc, Sept. 30, I Mnjcstlr, Oct. J I. BOSTON-QUEENSTQWN-LIVERPOOL Fust Twin Screw Mall Kteamers, KepuhHc, Sept, 3. t j mrlc, t)ct. 10. ITALY & EGYPT In .rrH, Madeira and lilhrnltar. Canonic, iifl. 3, Nov. 21, Jan. IS, Feb, 27. 'relie, Nov. 7, Due 10. Romanic, Oct. 27, Dec. 6, Jan. 30, RKI'lTBLir, Nov. 28, .lad. 2, Keh. 13. I iolinic, iai.oit. tons), Jan. 9, Feb. 20. O.i 'IK . (n,IM)4 tonsi, Jan. 23. Mar. 6. l''or planK, etc.. npply to Company .-mn n HcnuriiVflV. T. V.. or 34 KtatA Ht India Building, Boston, or to Sweezey & Kclsey, 102 Church street, Rlshop A Co., 18!i Orange street; ,1. 11. Parish A Co., 80 Orange street, New Haven. m2b mwf A atrlned suit iJiotm - ,T0.-t "Mil stripes rnnninir the leno-tii of ....... tho aklrt has utrlpea rui ning around " am me two-inch hands are rut on tho width of the striped material. The coat only has band trimming without buttons. Fancy silk braids with pleot or scroll edges are shown In bewilder ing array a suitable trimming for the Jumper walHtj. n la a pretty outline trimming, narrow and easily adjusted. From printed cretonne nmv he rnn. trlved the most attractive of traveling me or tlie.s0 Is the rhlntz-cnv-ercd box which is to hold all tho toilet articles. It Is primarily a shoobox, with the sides of the cover rut away and one edge of It attached to the box by means of ribbon hinges. This Is divided Into cretonne-covered,- card board compartments to accommodate tne Brushes, combs, oap and powder boxes and the Inside of the cover Is thickly padded to hold pins. NEWS OF BUILDERS John W. Warner to Erect Store and Tenement In Richards Street, West Haven. CHANGES FOR KIRK & CO. Ilvrry Stables to Ho Reinodclrri New Ifoune on rtnrion Street for M. A. Hrnnlon. Building contracts In New r.nglaml from January , 1W8 to date amounted to KMM.OOO according to statistics compiled by V. W. Dodge Co. Contracts for a corresponding period during tho past seven years amounted to: mo?, !7.6SO,O00; 1006, $88,324,000; 1005, $79,825, OM; 1004, fio,130,000; 1003, $78,235,000; 1002, $01,ft0t,,000; 1001, $85,140,000. John W. Warner lias the contract to erect a store and tenement building Bishop & Company. (iUXKRAI. RAILROAD and STEAM SHIP TTCKt'T OITICE, 1H3 ORANGE M'BtitIT, Ticket!', to all distant points. Keg. gage checked from residence to des tination. Direct agents or European lines. Tickets furnlr.hed by c.oantwine lines to snulhern potutn. fitalernoma and sleeping car berths reserved In advance. Bishop 6 Company. AMERICAN LINE ri j month f'berlioarg Hoiitlinmpto From New York Saturday! at 10 a. m. St. Lnui!!, Sept. 10. Phila., Kept. 2(5. RED STAR LINE New 1 ork-Lomlnn ln Dm rr Ant werp, from TSen York Saturdays at II a. m Zcelaud, Sept. 19. I KroonlBtid. Sept, 26 Vaderland, Oct. 3. Office, 0 itronilnsj, Ken Torlt elty. Plera U anil IB., N. R., N. . City. Bishop 4 Cu., 18f Orange St.; M. Ztin liar tc Sons. 249 S'ste St.; 3. H. Pirlib 1r Co.. 80 Orange St.; Sweexey ft Kl- ley, 1M Churnh St., New Haven, eod tf London rarls Hambiirit. 1 . A ug. VletorlaSepi .1 "Pb1 rlcla fept. 19 To Hamburg direct. i;ibroltr snlp .(,nii. Hamburg, Kept. in. Nov. Jan. R. Moll ke, Oct. S. Dee. 8. P. Lincoln, Nov. 13. Itputscblnnrt to Italy Feb. 8. ofllec, 45 H'vibj, H. 1.. or ani' local agt, Furniture Desks, Study Tables, Desk Chairs, Morris Chairs, Book cases, Beds and Bedding, etc. Everything for "Pleasant Room Furnishing." A specialty of Study Desks in Weathered Oak at $9.50, usually sold for $14,50. RUGS In great variety of style and price for any ordinary room. Odd or extra sizes quickly made to order. Special sale on 9x12 Axminstcr Rugs at $18 and $19,Nworth $30 to $35. Everything for room or house furnishing in large variety at low prices, and we can assure you quick and efficient service, Brown & Durham Complete House Furnishers. Orange and Center Sts. I 1 Your College Home The "Old Yale Store " has made many a Yale man feel " right at home M in New Haven. We 're college-furnishing specialists. Our business to make your rooms look good and feel good to you and your chums and save you high-cost on furnishings that Ml " keep up their end ". Couple of big floors here (store-houses too) crammed around College opening time with new "stunts" In College outflttings. Go specially after them for you. Glad to show whenever you 're ready. Latest College Room Fin-nil In. ier, Cellarets, Study Limpi, Clocki, M6lne Racks, Window Seats fto order Curtains, Draperies, Hsng i Inis, Bedroom Furniture, OrienUl snd Domestic Rugs, Carpets, Pictures, Yale Pillows, Matting, Oilcloth. It's Carpet -Time, Mrs. Housewife! New Haven's Leading Carpet House At Your Service, A Fall stock of floor coverings replete with the 11 choicest selections In the best makes of A Rugs, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum and Oil cloth. Every article in the stock selected for dura bility as well as style. You may safely bay what you like for we Stand behind the goods and guar antee them for wear. Considering the dependable grade of the merchandise, prices will be found low er than usually quoted. 9x12 Azmintter Rujs Reliable Body Brussels Rugs $22.50 to $23.75. $24.75 to 27.50. Our variety Includes the very beat makes in Reliable Body BrusseU weave, our selection Oriental and Floral patterns. About fifty differ- o(9xJ2 Rugs contains beautiful Oriental do- ent patterns to select from. $22.50 to $23.75. signs as well ss the quiet 101811 patterns In rw The same In 8 ft. 3 x 10 ft. A .fee, st $1S.75 5 '0m' d,in,y Fl0rU At $24,75 to $21.00. 1027.50. i Same In 8 ft. 3 x 10 ft. 6, $2.S0 to $25.75. Royal Wilton Rugs Axminsfer Rugt. Can be found In our stock to meet stl require. . . . . , . . . , ... ments snd satiafy ths most critical. Two- tone, . Different sbes, used .11 pUcos, in front of sots' Self-color, Oriental snd Floral effects. In the hearth, door, dressing tabfe, under desk or work 9x12 aize we offer a variety of standard trades We, In fsct sny bafo spot may be cowed and at $35.00. The famons Bundhar grade st $38.75. "O"1 ""rtfled by tbes Rugs. A choice variety of French Wilton, Anglo Perslsn 4 ft 6 x 8 ft. fl size, st $8.95. snd Anglo Indian Rugs at $50.00. Wilton Rugs 3a x 72 fn. site, at $3.75 snd $3.88. In 8 It. 3 x 10 ft. 8 slzs st $32.75. 27 , g4 ln ,,( $245 n4 $a25. Hartford Saxony Rugs $50.00. New Haven Agents for The wll known Hartford Saxony Rugs that Imperial Smyrna RutfS. outwear any other domestic weave and are un- " equalled for rlchnesi In fabric, design or color- Strictly high clsss Reversible All Wool Rugs, Ing can be found In our stock In all sizes. 9 ft. fine Oriental patterns snd coloring, x 12 ft. size at $50.00. ( 9 x 12 ft. size st $33.50. . 7 ft. 8 x 10 ft. 6 size st $25.00, e x ? u..fut ru.. ii.tssaa" Especially suitable for Bedroom, Study or Hall. 30 x 00 In. sin st $3.00, We offer them In Axmlnsrers st $13.50 and $16.75. Body Brussels st $16.95. The Newest Linoleums. Royal Wilton at $2 1.75. In domestic and Imported Cloths. The new Tapestry Brussels at $7.60. English Linolenms include some very neat , conceptions, some representing dainty ma Wots snd fiber carpet effects. Prices from 45c to 55c Tapestry Brussels RugS. aquare yard lor the Printed Linoleums. Popular floorcoverlnas. All Wool, tastefully ' designed, fast color and durably made ; very mod. Inlaid Linoleum, erately priced. The seamless kind, woven en tirely In one piece. 9x12 ft., st $18.75. Pattern goes elesr thru to the bsck, giving very . . , . . , ... , satisfactory wear, as ne matter ho far down ft 9 x 12 ft. size, st $11.95 snd $14.73. worfl ipo l(fcommon ( ,ne oraer Imdt. At Same in 8 ft. 3 x 10 ft. 6, $12.50 and $13.75. $1.35 and $1.50 a square yerd. New Corsets Arrived. All the latest models, including the " Dlrectolre ". Low, medium and high bust with the very long back, to fit all figures and at popular prices. Our public accord us the leading Corset Dept. in Connecticut, and we live up to it. Expert fitters always in attendance. The widest range always of the newest models. Our single aim ; to satisfy. No Corset leaves here that isn't exactly right and the very best value that can be gotten. For a high grade Corset ths " Redfern " takes the lead, endorsed by the leading dressmakers, sold by us exclus ively, in all the very latest models for " Directoire " and " Empire " Gowns. Made of the finest imported Coutille, boned with the' best of Arctic whalebone, best Security hose supporters attached ; every model to fit all forms and figures. Prices ranging from $3.00 to $10.00. Every other good make of Corset that's worth carrying, ranging in price from 50c up to $5.00 a pair. E-MALLY(- n,XI'" -MALLEY(s- n Rlrli;mln Klroot, Went, llavcn, for ii, K Kvhiih oC thai. plHfP. .Inliti L. Slirrmnn & Son will do tho niHKon work hihI A. R. WillOttsoii tlin pltimhlnn mid furiiiiro lipntinc The -wlnH'iS ho rlmio by the lny. Tho pluns chII for a f ram' hiilldlntt 25 hy 48 frol, with a nliliil roof. Tliprr- will bn Ktore on I litv ground floor arid a. trnrmctit, of flv-15 room above. Tho umml convnlonoos will be provldfd ai'mrdlng to the Com mercial Hocord. Tim rontrset to build nw lioix-. on Burton Firct fop JI tA Hennlnn, 57 Tond ft rot, has hppn (5 1 von to tbf. idal Bnll'ltn? Co, F. A, WaniT mil ro lti maaon work. The Imuso will bo 20 by 30 feet, of wood, contaliilng sis rooinn, provided with fnniH'-e brat. Hiid llif mh iihI ronvenlcncea. The cpI will be about. 1,onn. Kf.tinaen have been made ami the rnntrai't, will probably be h warded tiexl week for thn double lvntue to bu erect od on Kverll t street, near. Cold Bprlnf? Htreet for J. B. and 8, A. Kirby. Tho plana tire by lAniillei.'tM Kool.e, & Town He nd and call for a house 4n by W feel, of wood and Htueeo, with a hlnt?le roof, There will bo two apartments of rii?ht ronmH, flni.thed In hard wood,'", with bard wood floors, mantel: and fire places. ' The. heating will be hy hot air. house, which will have six rooms, will be built of wood and will be provld"4 with tho uaual conveniences. W, ,1. Ward. 70 Dorman fret., hoa takn a contract to build a residence for S,. C. Beebe on Pond street, Samuel Faterflon will do the macon work, and the other contracts will be let soon. The yilans show a frame bou;;e, 24 by Jg foot, rontalnlna; nx room:', provided with furnace heat. The rnntrai't to bnlld a new, house on Second avenue, Wok! Haven, - for V. W. Jones has been awarded to .lobn X. Warner, John I,, Sherman &, Son will do the mason work and A B. Wll- kini.on the plumblnR and heating. The Estimates are belnjr made 011 plans drawn by, Architect C. 13. .toy for the proponed changes to the building of Kirk . Co. on Temple stveet. It 15 probable that the contract will be let noon. iV w. Humphrey & Sons have taken the contract to build a frame hniihS on Washington avenue, West Haven, for Matilda. Goldstein, 149 Waohlnsttnit avrnue, The sub-contracts have not been awarded; The plans call for a frame, house, arranged for two le.no menls of six moms, provided with fur nace heat and conveniences. n..r. th. Tli Kind Vo Hw Always Boiip Bignatars f