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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1908.
WORLD CAMPAIGN ON TUBERCULOSIS Crusade During the Next Three Weeks to Eradicate Plague Fatal to One-Tenth of , Population. REAL ESTATE. 23flD CW'a3'i 1130:1. 1 Huttctich ' jipj i I . - . ; , There's a wealth of distinctive style and good taste shown in our New Suits, Shirts, Waists and Dresses for Fall n&HE stock of new Fall apparel is increasing evry day in the Suit Room. Apparel that is conceded . fj . to be correct in the world of style is here. It forms an exhibit interesting to those who appre w date modish garments. It is worth while for any woman who is thinking of her new Fall Suit, Coat, Dress or Waists to pay a visit to our Suit Room each day and see the new arrivals. Here are descript ions of some of the new things that will please you : MUSEUM OPENS TO-NIGHT ' 'II Wfl i B ''' '' i Modish New Tailored Suits, $1 730. The coats of these jaunty suits are cut on the ssmi-fittino; model, 86 In!, long, they have the new slashed backs with button trimmings. Skirts are in the cape effect with gored flare, button trimmed front and wide fold at bottom. These suits are made of broadcloth and come in black, brown and blue. They afford an excellent opportunity of procuring an extra value at $17.50. Fall Suits-Two Beautiful Models, $25. One model is made of broadcloth with a choice of black, brown, blue or smoke. The coat is 86 in. longr, cut in the new hipless effect with semi fitted back; double breasted, slashed and finished with satin bands. The skirt is 14-gored with button trimmed fold. Perfectly tailored suits at $25. Another style selling at $25.00 i3 made up of those very dressy striped serres in black, blue, brown and smoke. The coats are titrht-fitting in S6 in. length with pointed back and sides, they are beautifully finished with buttons and satin bands. These suits have the new cape skirt with 13 gored flounce and buttons. At $25.00. New Separate Skirts at $5.00. A very pretty style is a plain gored model with the very desirable sheath plaiting on the left side. The material used in these skirts is a very fine quality Chiffon Panama in blue and black. . A very strong value at $5.00. We are also selling fine Panama Skirts cut in the new cape styh at $5. These are 13-gored, have button front and are finished with a wide band at the bottom. This model is one highly favored at the present time. Exposition In Washington Showing Methods if 1'laliHna; Disease 10,000 to lie tit Opening Next Monduy. Handsome Satin Dresses at $25.00. These stunning Dresses are made in the graceful, sweeping, hipless effect with demi trains, back cut in Empire style, sleeves are long; yoke and collar are formed of delicate laces; very modish house and evening gowns. At $25.00. r New Coats al $10.00. E6, 'inch Broadcloth Coats with Empire back and full, graceful skirt, quite elaborately trimmed with silk braid; all eatin lined. Choice of black and colors. At $10.00. "Directoire" Coats,$l5. The new "Directoire" model, made of fine Kersey cloth; large satin faced revers; large, fancy buttons, Empire back; waist and sleeves satin lined. An extra val ue at $15.0). LTaffeta Waists, $5.00. ..-Taffeta Waists made with new tight fitting sleeves which button at the wrist. A color choice of black, smoke, brown, navy and myrtle. Selling now at $5.00. Tailored Waists, $5.00. New Tailored Waists of net with full length, tucked sleeves, front and back plaited. Another style has trimmings of silk embroiderad bands and plaits; sleeves are long. Both models at $5.00. Laundered Waists, $1. 98- Laundered Waists are models of trim ness and they're quite correct for Fall wear. These of which we speak are in plain white with plaited fronts they're priced at $1.93. . ' T7Tin t TIT Tf1TTPr 1 Oflrt ? U Mi KALETZKY ,f : F U rrl Lr up one flight. SicMoney Looks Big Just Now. '". .. .The full moon coming up und roIiir down looks ' Wg. - .. Money before nnd after' the height of season looks-trig to the merchant,, specially the fur merchant In the fur line you will find a dollnr will buy more Just now than It. will a month or two Inter. It Is true In buying furs and In nil kinds of fur rcpiilrlng. Telephone 3020. ; , 1h He was a frank New York begsar, so liciting In Fourteenth, street (luring tlio early days of this week, who, when eked why he dldnt k" to work, an swered: "Why should I try to get work when I couldnt esrn more thjn a couple of dollars a day, and I can make three or four dollars a day muoh easier?" GLENWOOD nr. : , .. RANGES. This is the time to think of buying your new Range for the fall, If you will look at the GLENWOOD before making your selection we feel sure that you will decide that we have the best Range on the market at the price. Your old Range taken in ex-change. THE BULLARD CO. OBITUARY NOTES. James F. Welch. James F. Welch, son of Thomas and Mnrcaret Welch, died yesterday at Ms parents' residence, 41 Sherman avenue. The funeral services will take place from his late, residence to morrow morning at. 8:30 and from St. John's church at 9 o'clock. John J. Dnlton. Funeral services for the late John J. Palton took place from the family residence yesterday afternoon and Inter from St. Mary's church, whore Rev. Father Mahoney officiated. There was a profuse display of floral offerings. The pallbearers were C Bright, R. Hardt, W. Lederer, S. Crelll, D. Grant and J. Grant. Interment was In St. Lawrence cemetery. Curl Iairson, Funeral services for the late Carl Larson, who died at Saranac Lake, will be held from the rooms of Stahl & Sons, 166 Meadow street, this aft ernoon at 3 o'clock. Friends are In vited to attend. Interment will be In Westvllle cemetery. Mrs. Margaret A. Galllgan. The funeral of Mrs. Margaret A. Regan, wife of James Galllgan and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Regan, of East Main street, Branford, took place Saturday morning at her late residence, 338 Center street, West Haven, at 8:30, and later at St. Law rence's church, where a high mass of requiem was celebrated by ReV. J. Curtln. The church was filled with her many friends, both from Pran ford and this city. At the conclusion of the mass Rev, Father Curtln dellv- The expense Incident to funeral ser vice Is ninny (Inn's n hpnrj- burden, oc curring ns It ofdii lloex unexpectedly nnd nfler long period of Illness. li U our desire to bo known as cnnelderata In our clmrgea, mid enperlnlly thought ful of the iniiny care and rcsponslhlll. tics which we must necessarily assume on such occasions. GRAHAM & HAYES, 101)0 Chapel St. ered a very touching eulogy. The pallbearers were James W. Coleman, William McKvoy, John Lynch and Edward Matthews. Interment was In the family plot In St. Agnes' cemetery, Branford. Rev. Father Murray, of St. Mary's church, read the hurls! ser vices st the grave. H. A. Keenan had charge of the arrangements. ., Mrs. Ann Lyons. The funeral of the late Mrs. Ann Lyons took place from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas H. Butler, yesterday afternoon at 2:30, and ser vices were conducted later at St. Mary's church. 1 1 ' TirMN'ESS CHAXGES H,NPS Hemingway & Chamberlain hava succeded to the management of the C. S. Thompson Co. fire Insurance agenc.y'of this city and will hereafter conduct the business of the latter at their offices, JS7 Church street, In the building adjoining city hall. ,! While this management of the agency will be In the hands of Hem ingway & Chamberlain, Mrs. C. S. Thompson will still retain the Interest In the business left to her by her lain husband. Mr. ."Cleve Thompson," as he was familiarly known, established the agency some 30 years ago and con ducted It up to the time of his death.' He was prominent and highly re spected In. local Insurance circles. .He, not only had a large list of policies but a choice list, due ta his personal ity and the personal Interest he took In the Insurance "business of his clients. It Is safe to' say that the pleasant and satisfactory treatment that his patrons received will be studied and maintained under the new management. Quick rllnuido changes try strong constitutions and cause, among other evils, -nasal- catarrh, a -troublesome and offensive disease. Sneezing and snuffling, coughing and difficult breathing, and the drip, drip of the foul discharge Into the throat all are ended by Ely's Cream Balm. This honest remedy contains no cocaine, mercury, nor other harmful Ingred ient. The -worst, eases yield to treat ment In a short time. All druggists, 60c., or mailed by Ely Bros., 68 War ren street, "Kew York. Washlneton. Sent. 8fl l'or the , .... ..... ! next three weeks the national capital will be the scene of such a crusade ; perhaps as never before has been.l witnessed against humanity's worst common foe the white plague. An educational campaign, world-wide In , Its scope which Is lo, eradicate, If pos sible, from" the ends of the earth a; disease which, statistical experts de-! dare, outs short the lives of from i one-tenth to one-eighth of the clvlllz- j t population. Such distinguished ' foreigner us Drs. Robert Koch of Berlin, Bang of Copenhagen. A. Cal mette of Lille, France; X. Theodore Tendeloo of Leyden, It. W. Phillip of Edinburgh, C. Von Plnquet of Vine-i na. G. Sims Woodhead of Cambridge, Lydla Rabonlwltsch of Berlin, Camllo Calleja of Spain, T. I sen I gam I of Jap an, and noted American physicians, and' scientists ,and others who have devoted their lives In an effort to solve this problem will actively par ticipate. Tho campaign will be carried on by the coming International congress on tuberculosis during Its sixth annual session which will meet In the United States for the first time at tho. new National Museum In this city. This congress, which might fittingly he call ed a real World's Congress on Tuber culosis will mark an epoch In the anti tuberculosis movement In this country. Such a distinguished gathering, prob- shly will not meet again In this coun try' for many years, for the honor of entertaining the congress Is eagerly sought by foreign countries. The Initial step will be taken tomor row night when there will be a Jubilee opening st the New National Museum In connection with the congress of a tuberculosis exposition. It will be one of the largest, most Important, and In every way the most comprehensive ex hibition ever assembled and It will be Illustrative of what Is being done throughout the world In the fight against tuberculosis. While the dis play Is connected with the congress It Is not so closely related as to be taken as the official openlfR of the rongres. That Important event will occur one week later September 28. Offlrlnlly tn-morrow night's epentntr of th iTpeltlon will he known ss "Munlrlp.il nnd Government dny." The addresses will 'have espeelsl reference to working and living conditions of these class. The exhibit Is world wide In Its scope will attract un tisus1 attention. Scientists If International reputstlon will be In sttendnnce throughout the congress. They will, explsln the Influ ence and effect of the eruslds pgslnst consumption, and the most sdvaneed methods for Its treatment and preven tion. The wsr,on tuberculosis, however, will not he directed altogether from Washington. A series of public lee tures by some of the most eminent authorities In sttendsnee upon the con gress will he given Iri Baltimore. Phil adelphia, New York and Boston. While mnnv social functions bsve been planned for the delegates the prln-IPSl event will D tne reception tended by President Roosevelt al the White House on Frmny, urtoDer . It Is estimated that upwnrds of in ,)0C persons will be present when the congress officially opens one week front to-niorrow. IN WEST HAVEN A new, $2900 one-family house of six rooms with hardwood Mm, furnace and all improvements, near Campbell Avenue car line and the Green. The present mortgage of $1800 can remain, and a second mortgage for $800 will be tahen bach, with easy monthly payments and no interest charge Nowisthe Time to Buy. Let UsShow You. RESTIXO orttrronTABLY. XeverthHess Miss Margaret While Will h IBld Tp Several Months. It was reported at the home of John F. Skinner In Woodbrldge last even Ing that Miss Margaret White of 4 Asylum street was resting comfort ably, hut that her Injuries will necessi tate her being laid up for several months. Miss White Is a nurse In this city and was visiting at the Skinner home Saturday. She went out In the after noon to get a view of the country and In climbing about the rocks In the vi cinity sustained a severe fall. She was carried In an unconscious condition to the Skinner house, where Dr. Marsh of Westvllle attended her Injuries. A deep gash In the side of her head, from which the blood flowed freely and sev eral Internal Injuries gave the case a severe aspect. Her brother Is Michael F. White, a well known mason. REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE. Whelley avenue. 14-room- detached brick house and barn; Improvements; part cash, bnlsnce mortgage; best prop osition in me city; can lor particulars. ' Don't pay to the' landlord when you cun buy ytnir own home with the samo money. Wo have a number of one and two family houses that will please you and our terms will suit. RUSSELL & ROBERTSON, Real Estate and Insurance, 1000 Grand Avenue. TELEPHONE 1568-8. . FOR SALE. Central Property for Investment. . PlirCE H,00. In a busy locality and permanently rented for, enough to make an -easy net return of $500 a year for Interest on the Investment. WM. H. H. HEWITT, 8 1 8 Chapet Stree ' For Information Regarding the ISLE I PINES Write H. B.Kopt, P.O, Bon 1236 City All Kinds of Houses for All Kinds of People. Wlnthrop Ave., 2-famlly house, $0,500 I.llno St., 2-fnmlly house, 8,100 Orango St., 2-fnmlly house. , , . 6,700 Shclton Ave., 2-fnmlly house. . . 4,500 CLARENCE D. HALL, Howe St., i-fnmlly house $20,000 Frank St., J-fainlly houe 2,200 West Haven, 1-famlly house., 4,600 West Haven, 1-famlly house,. 5,000 WM. M. HOTCHKISS. C D. HALL & CO., THE REAL-ESTATE MEN. Rejitlng, Buying, Selling, Mortgage Loans, Fire Insurance, Care of Property. Rooms 309-311 Malley Building. 'Phone 1905. :t: Your . Real Estate Business WHO DOES IT? AND IS IT DONE RIGHT? What you wont done In Real Estate you want done right,- and when any business is transacted through this offlco the parties to It feci safe and satisfied. M. J. GOODE 60 CHURCH STREET, . Rooms 16-18. 'Phona 207-13. i m Co, 1420 Chapel St. Fine Brick House. , MUST BE SOLfr BY OCTOBER 1.. , i Three fine modern nouses for sale; open for inspection afternoons, tbrce o'clock! No. 110 Linden street, be. tween Livingston and Orange street rrice and terms right. ' , FREDRIQUE R. LEWIS, 139 ORANGE STREET. ' FIRE INSURANCE. For Rent. City Point A very de sirable one -family house. i 10 vnnma O. hatha and r j. a, v VAU.ua mm wvwvmu ui v i conveniences; one block t i p - i: C4. ... i sonable. WEST HAVEN BARGAIN. In this beautiful borough by tha sea, on one. of the principal avenues, one block from trolley, we have for sale a fine one-fmnlly house of 12 rooms on lot 100x184 feet, with bam, that will-he sold at a bargain. This house Is finished In mahogany, oak and sycamore, and has nil Improve ments, with open fireplace, etc. Moorehcad & Donnelly, ' 13 Cbarch Itrect. Room 20. MORTGAGE LOANS. The Anthanv & Ellithorpe Co. 902 CHAPEL STREET. mil nntlAVr KAt EDWARD P. BRETT, BOILDKH AND CONTRACTOR. ' , Sawing, Turning and Jobbing lo Wood of AU Kinds. Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Pack Ing Boxes. ,. " 1 PROUT STREET. We Have for Sale a Beautiful. 12-R00M RESIDENCE. ! Steam Heat and Every Improvement, LOT 100 feat front, 184 deep; In a fins location in WEST HAVEN. A BARGAIN. Room 202, Exchange Building, ' Telephone 6249-8. TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CHAPEL ST., Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service included. Benj. R. English. 839 Chapel Street. ' For Sale. On Elm street. A new two-family house of fourteen rooms. Has hard wood floors, and all up to date Improve ments, $8,300. ' ., , Judsoa d Hauff, Room 403. 902 Chapol St. FRED CHATFIELD, Pres. and Treat. JAMES H. CHATFIELD. S.uy, The Geo, M, Grant Co, MASONS AND 6ENERAL COHTRAGTORS. Room 201, Exchange. Bid. Tel. 2:9 III Chap.1 St FOR S ALE. A central student rooming house. Will net the purchaser (187o) eighteen per cent, yearly. i Money to loan In toina to suit. L G. HOADLEY, Room 21S, Washington Building, 8B CHURCH STREET, , OPEN EVENINGS. i FOR SALE. A dealranle on family house. Dwfehl street, south of Chapel. J C, PUNDERFOBD. 110 CHURCH STREET. FOR SALETwo-family, l-rooin house, Asylum St. All Improvement!!. Splendidly built and In first class condi tion. Price 7,000. Two-family house, with stor. and barn, near Winchester's, Price, 2,S00. Good location for gro ceries, meats, etc, One-family, 14 room house, College St., fine location for physician, club house or private sani tarium. One family house, Edgewond ave. Price, f3, 000. Two family hnusu, Beers St. Price, $4,300, - Inquire J. W. Downes, 103 Howa street. ' 58 and 60 ORANGE STREET. jjii