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IORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1908. ' I Interesting Display of Autumn Silks and Dress Goods The handsome and tasteful 'Selection of new autumn Silks and Dress Goods shown here has proved most interesting to New Haven shoppers. Many have been here already and purchased, and they, together with those who have beeh making advance shopping tours making comparisons, etc., say that we have the most magnificent and largest variety of stylish materials to be found in this city. This is the only exclusive dry goods shop in the city we are dry goods specialists and no other shop pretends to compete with the elegance and variety here. Besides the exclusive novelties, many of which cannot be duplicated, we are, showing all the sea son's fashionable and desirable materials. When you are interested in Silks or Dress Goods come In and let us show you. Oriental Rugs and Carpets Monday morning we shall open a few new bales of Orien tal Rugs and Carpets that will make the display more attrac tive. Anyone Interested In the fine specimens of Oriental weaving should not fall, to take advantage of the low prices that prevails during this sale. 1 ' Rug and Carpet Dept. Third Floor. . RESIDENCE FOR SALE. The trn-room dwelling Xo, 20 Trumbull street, on laiul 40 feet front liy 200 feet drpp, run be purchased at what 1 a low flu'ire for n comfortable home on a very desirable direct. The house It substantially built and remarkably plranunl. (Might rent to right person.) Enquire of ALBERT W. MATI00N Mflfflmn SEmSTosB Mattoon'i Csrnsr. 808 Chapel St., cor,. Orange. I f PRIZE WINNER. If you want a prize winner then buy a Continental Automobile. This car holds the ellver cup for first prize In i the 1,000-mile sealed.-bonnet contest j for speed and durability. The Contl- j nental car Is rccojrnlzed as one of the j great successful machines in the conn i try. If you vrant one leave your order i at once orders require at least six j weeks to All. We would br pleased to j give demonstration an) time. ASKS ELECTION OF A TAFT CONGRESS (Continued from First Pase.) AGigar Deal . . . Li Flnr de Cuba WE are just at present retailing at 10 cents a Cigar that coats ua eight. .' . It's a new size from the Flor de Cuba Factory, and our real object la to let the appreciative smoker of Havana Tobacco get acquainted with the son of Cigarthis Factory is today turning out. This apeclal size is called Heliotropes; they are quite short (only four inches long) but being on the lat and stocky order, contain quite a lot of lea'. Con identially, our Idea la that a'ter trying this special size, some of our Cigar natrons mav switch off on to some one of the dozen or more other sizes of this same Flor de Luba brand that at retail pays us more than 2 cents pertransactlon. 38t SaXi.Str ttttttHHTtMtTTttWHttrtj Cool weather suggests different articles of food from what you are accustomed to use in Summer.' Ai a suggestion for now, we would say SAUSAGE It is something that has been laid aside for some ' weeks, but these cold nights have enabled us to begin once more with our well-known COUNTRY SAUSAGE, made from Spring Pigs, and are absolutely pure, whole some and tasty. For a while we will have them only ' in LINKS, as the weather will not permit slicing from the bag. , , I'HKSIDENT'S VACATION fXOSIKffl. Ovdtr Pav, N. Y.. Sept. 20. The last Sunday of President noonavelt's snmnl sunier vacation was rn"",,,l hy . president in hid usual msnnr, Mr. ftonHevelt si'endlnw morning; service at Christ Kplncopal church for the four tnth consecutive Sunday., The presi dent hs not mlaaad a Sunday at church since he arrived at Sagamore Hill lor thla summer a amy, this movement. No service Is as ef fective, valuable, as the disinterested service given In stlrh manner by men whose one concern Is for the triumph of the principles In which they be Ueve; and I appeal with all the strength there Is In me to such men to give such support. Sincerely yours, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. WIFE JOINS DESERTER Hut Her Complaint Causes Ills Ar rest, i Detective McAvoy took a trip to Hartford late Saturday night to arrest .William Smith on a charge of deaer ton, and returned to New Haven with his prisoner at midnight. About 12 weeks oaro Smith left hla wife and fam ily at 19 Greene street and disappeared. Hla wife made the complaint, and then she, too, dlaappeared. It was found that she had been living with Smith In the Capital city. The children had been living with a sister of Mrs. Smith They are one and three years old, re spectively. Smith was formerly an Iron worker. He will be heard In the city court this morning. KII.t.RTl RY OKWAI.K TROM.KY. Norwalk. Sept. JO. Errlrk Hoeo-land a Swede, living In Georgetown, wat hit. by a trolley car and Instantly killed at vtinnenauK, n annum oi mis place to da:-. Th3 Continental Automobile Manf g Co. ' 121 Olive Street. 'Phone 5232-2. New University Garage. . TWO ENTRANCES. , 166-168 St. John Street. 121-123 Olive Street. 'PHONE 1087-2. Ideation of garage Is etoelle'it and central. Ask for "Corner of St. Jolm and Ollrc Streets" and you are there. The building was built expressly for an auto garage and auto factory. The' gentleman In charge Is an nuto export. Full line of auto supplies. GARAGE NEVER CLOSED. 1 . Gardner E. Wheeler, Proprietor. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. UUSTAUHANT. ' Luncheon. J:0 unt!.' 2 e'etook. OHCMRJTRA EVENING. Service ft ta Carte. LOUIS METZUKK CATERING) CO. New Tontine Hotel Our 60c, Business Men's I,uneh- In cludes Hellch, Boup, Fish, Entree, Roast, Vegetables 8alad in 8eson, Uense.t and Tea. Coffee or Milk. There'ii none better In New Haven. Served from 12 m. to1 8 p. m. GEO. T. WHITE, Prop. HANDY'S NEW HOTEL DAVENPORT U1EKICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN, CAFE A LA CARTB. MUSIC EVENINGS, 8 TO It. Career Orange and Court Street. TELEPHONE 128. St. Lawrence's New HILL'S HOMESTEAD. formerly Qulnnlplac-Ansantawae. TELEPHONE 9304-2. LOO CABINS FOR RENT. Rocky Top, Mt. Carniel. For unadulterated enjoyment hire a log cabin on Rocky Top. Air always cool flavored with pine trees outlook beautiful, pure, water, fine farm sup plies. Trolley to. foot of mountain, easy ride or walk to summit. Ben til woeM or month. Only two left. Mrs. A. Wldman. Tel. (273-12. NEW DURANT HOTEL. Cor. State and Whiting Street. Rooms 75c, $1, Meals 35c. Newly-furnished, up to date throughout. Chas. E. Bush, Prop. Tel. 2685. Hotel Garde Opposite Union Depot, NEW HAVEN, CONN. . Connecticut's Largest Hotel. Dinner 12-2:15. 50 Cents. ATLANTIC CITY. HOTBL STRAND. Always open. Ca pacity 800. Built of steel, brick and stone, located ocean end of Pennsyl vania avenue. Hot and cold, fresh ami sea water baths, single or en suit'.-. Steam heat throughout. Elevator street level to top floor. Fall and winter rates on application F. B, OFF, man ager, H. U EDWARDS, assistant manager. of corporations, which marks the be ginning of federal control over the huge corporations doing' an Interstate business, the employers' liability law, the safety applance law, the law limit ing the winding hours of railway em ployees, the mat Inspection law, the denatured alcohol law, the anti-rebate law, thi laws Increasing the powers of the department of Justice In dealing with those, regardless of wraith an.l power, who Infact the law, the la making the government liable for In juries to Its employees, the laws up which the Panama canal was a'(u..-d and is blng built, the Philippines ad ministered anf the navy developed, the laws creating a permanent census bureau and reforming the consuUr service and the system of naturaliza tion, the law forhlddlng child labor In th.) District of Columbia, the law providing a commission under which our currency system can be put on a thoroughly satisfactory basis, the laws for the proper administration ofl the, forest service the laws for the admls son of Oklahoma and the development of Alnska, the great appropriations for the; .development of agriculture, the legal prohibition of campaign con tributions from corporations all these I represent but a portion of what has ! been done by congress, and form a record of substantial legislative achievement In harmony with the best and most progressive thought of our people, It is urgently necessary, from the standpoint of the public Interest, to elect Mr. Taft, and a republican con gress which will support him; and they seek election on a platform whlc't specifically pledges the party, alike In Its executive and legislative branches, to continue and develop the policies which , have been not. merely profest but acted upon during these seven years. These policies can be success fully carried thru only by the hearty co-operation of the president and the congress In both Its branches, and It Is therefore .peculiarly important that there should obtain such harmony between them. To fall to elect Mr. Taft 'would be a calamity to the coun try; and It would be folly, while elect ing him, yet at the same time to elect a congress 'hostile to him, a congress wheh under the nfluenns of partisan leadership would be certain to thwart and baffle him on every possible oc casion. To elect Mr, Taft, and at the same time to elect a congress pledged to support him, Is the only way tn which to perpetuate the policy of the government as now carried on.- 1 feel that all the aid that can be given to this policy by every good citizen should1 be given; for this Is far 'more than a merely partisan tnHtter. Poth your committee, and the na tional committee, of which Mr. Jlltrh cock is chairman, are endeavoring to secure the active co-operation on the stump of senators and congressmen, party leaders and Independent citizens generally, I most heartily Join In urg ing the Importance of such co-operation. I hope that every disinterested private citizen, whose sole concern In I polltes is to have the right kind of man carry out the right kind of policy, j will Join In backing up your committee j as will as the national committee lu PH1.V.; II All R IRA AMERICAN. Paris. Sept. 20. The- report Is pub lished here that, prince Miguel of ursganza. tne eldest son or om Mi guel, the pretender to the throne of Portugal, was recently secretly mar rier to Mrs. Samuel Ploan Chnuncey, a ricn American wiuow. , DEATHS. ' LARPO.V U Sarnnne t,ak, New Tork state, Sent. 18, 100, Carl Larson of urange. tonn., in nis 8itn year, "liners! services et the undertnklni rooms of W. F. Ptshl Ann. IS Meadow street, Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Friends are Invited to at lend. Interment In Westvllle ceme tery. s21 n FCHNFIDKR It l nit -Itv, Pmcmb IS. 1908, Jacob frhnelder. Age! 77 years. High mass at St. Boniface Tt. (.'. chur'h Monday morning at 9 o'clock. Inter ment in St. Bernards cemetsrv. mm MRS. J. WILLIAM KENNEY Family Kepresentatlve In Houses of Mourning. Affiliated With the Leading Undertakers. TELEPHONE 92834. mrh. ai stix ronniN dies. N'ewnort N. If.. Sept. 20. Mrs. Han nah M. Corbln, of New York, widow of Austin Corbln, formerly president of th Lonsr Island railroad died very unl. denly at her summer residence here late to-nay ot neart failure. A Good Point to Remember Many groceries are carried here regularly which you cannot, find else- where. If yon want something escep llonnlly choice and not In common use you can And It here. You will And on inquiry, too, that these especially high-class groceries do not mean high-class prices. Far from It, Choice Prime Meats AND Fresh Killed Poultry. The BEST QUALITY Is the CONSTANT AIM of this market. We are ready to eerve 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-e-we will try and please you. Frank R. Baldwin, 1231 Chapel, cor. Howe St. Telephone 535 two xrlrea. I The S. W. Hurlburt Co. j 1074 Chapel St. LAST CALL ! for preserving: We have Peaches, Bartlett Tears, Plums, Tomato ea FOR PICKLINO Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Small White Onions, Green Toniatoet, etc. FRESH -KILLED POULTRY 1 Fancy Young, Tender Fowl, 20c per lb. Roasting or Broiling Chickens, 24o per lb. Long Island Ducklings, 22o per lb. All sold at the prlca full dressed. ---v. ; , . . f VEGETABLES A full line of Fresh Vegetables. ' BOSTON HEAD LETTUCE Large, well-headed Boston Lettuce, Be per head, , ' D. M. Welch & Son. 38 and 40 CONGRESS AVE. FAIR HAVEJf. NEW HAVEN. WEST HAVB. MM I ! HUM I I M M UM 1 1 ! Monday, Kept. 21. We offer for a few days Connecticut grown DUCKLINGS at 22 cts the pound J Roasting and Broilingv CHICKENS Prepared on premises at 25 cts the pound. , ; L C. PFAFF 6 SON, The Best Meats ! T-9 Church Street. Telephone 1040, ?4H I I I 1 1 1 1 1 iiitwwwwwwiwwwiwwwm SCHOENBERGER'S Headquarters 96 GEORGE; STREET. MONDAY SPECIAL SALE Round Steak 12c ' Lamb Chops 12l Rack Steak 3 for 2 5e New Market, 735 Grand Ave. Branch 12, : Potatoes, bushel fQc Quaker Oats 8c BRANCHES : TTO State S 8KA Orsnd Ave. 11 gheltm Are. 1810 Htate Si, r ISO Greenwood St. Oak, eof. Gilbert St. 10-2S congress Are. R21 Elm St. Woodmoat. 61B Howard Ave. II. . Monday Specials at . Johnson s Corner store, i September 21, 1908. GROCERIES. Preserved Strawberries, 16c can, 2 for .25c Choice Oolong Tea, pound 40c Full J -pound tins Cocoa 22c Imported Canned Peas, tin. 15c Lobster (Royal Scarlet Brand),' pound tins 45c , Lobster (Royal Scarlet Brand), J -pound tins 25c Smoked Herring (Imported) ,tins 10c Price's French Olive Oil (full gallon tins) ...... $3.00 t REGULAR STANDARD 35c 184. Direct Importing Co., . 71 Orange St. Foot Center St. AUTO HIT BY TK.UK. Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 20. Mrs. Stephen B, Lfn, wife of AflKiMrtnt Secretary Lee, of the Erie County bunk, wns klll i Mi. T.oo n-im f.itallv Injured tn-niKhl In s rclllslon between their ' morning, automobile and a hnrkawanna frilglr. i train at a rallronu crossing. CHOLEHA liV MANILA. Mania, Monday, Sept. 21. Fifty elKlu new cases or enoera ana nine ! ten deaths are reportd for the twenty. four hours, ended at S o cotk Monday PURE WINES & LIQUORS, i , .. . , Assorted Gold Lion Cocktails, J -pints... 20c California Claret, bottle 22c, dozen. ......... .$2.25 California Port or Sherry, gallon ....90c Monogram Rye Whiskey, bottle. 75c Penwick Pure Rye (full quarts) $1,00 Tarragona Port or Sherry, bottle. , 35c Wilson Whiskey (regular $1.00), SPECIAL 90c Johnson S Brother ; 411-413 State WOOD Fill IlftTTKR rOlSIHOI.I.ETI. Aunusta, Me., Appt. 20. Athnugh for est tlrea continued to hum In many bpo tlons of Maine to-dnv. the situation was much improved to-night. Green Gage ' Plums Damsons also. Tickling Cucum bers, AVtld Grapes anil Crnp Apples. Bartlett Pears T5c anrt $1 per basket. Peaches are getting scarce. Come early this morning. THE MIRROR. FRDIT STORE. J B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. Clean House By the genuine .Vacuum system and it will be done right. Don't throw your money away on toys with one or two inches of vac uum when it requires from 12 to 20 inches to do the work. Tel. 2700. Tel. 2700. e Vacuum Cleaner Cl Rugs, Carpets, Furniture Cleaned Without Removal.