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TH. MOANING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, , SEPTEMBER 21, 1908.
NEW HAVEN'S MOST RELIABLE STORE ?2 The Greatest Kid Glove Sale in, Our History Goes Over to Monday Pay 59c For Fine French Kid Gloves Valued at From $1.00 to $1.98 J As we go to press with the selling movinz along furiously the buyer could only say that some" of every size is here and some of each kind and color. CJ White, black and colors", heavy and light weight, suede, glace, mocha and chamois gloves worth from $1 to $1.98 for 59c. Trcfoussc gloves that have been mend ed at the factory in Paris by experts and sample gloves that are perfect. 59c a pair For 98capair.l2and 16 button length gloves, only a limited lot of which are left. White, black and tan colors. Come early for these. Worth $1.98 to $3. For 79c a pair Fall, Weight Cape Walking Gloves, in new shades for Autumn, perfect gloves worth $1.25, also light weight Sample Gloves. ii MILLENERY OPENING WEDNESDAY-NO CARDS. fl The First formal showing of French Hats and our own moiels is announced for Wednesday. Not iv years has the mill nery season hen so interesting because the changes are so radical in the matter or line, color and design of trimmings. This notice is a cordial invitation to all . ew Haven to c me Wednesday and see the most fascinating show of Hats we have ever made and the largest collection of French Hats. :: :: II II Household Linens with Economies Attached Your table linen store needs replacing here and there, perhaps .with the summer practically over. Then, too, just getting back to town, you'll find things are worn thin. Here are Household Linen suggestions with Economies attached for Monday. 64 Inch Crejm Damask extra heayy, all Fure Irish Linen. 47c a yard. 62c rallies. 70 inch Silver Bleached Damask very ht avy quality, and Pure Linen 89c quality 75c a yard. 70 inch Bleached Damask, Pure Ir'sh Liren. 6 choice designs, 85c quality 68c a yard. 72 inch Bleached Damask, Fure Irish Lnen. rew patterns, some with dousle bcrdtrs. regulir $1.25 grade for $1.00 a yard. fa napkins to match $2.50 - $2.98 I Pillow Cases to Match. Huck Toweling Fifnred Huck Towe ing 24 inches wide, al lure Irish Linen, fiie qui.ity, nice designs, 5Sc a yard. Bleached Cotton Sheets Made from one f the best Stand ard grade of cotton, no center seams, 81x90 site, 75c quality, 65c each. Mide the right way or elota. size 42x36 and 45x36 either size, 15c each. , Mcrcerlzen Sattecn Lining. Fiie quality, silky finish, all the newest colors also black and white. 2Sc a yard. LOVELY NEW WAISTING .FLANNELS. It seems as though they never made such charming Scotch and French Waisting Flannels. Printer's ink and type can only ask yeu to come see the , lovely things. There are plaids and stripes, 6ome are exquisitely embroidered and the colorings are as lovely as a forest in Autumn. Scotch Flannels 49c yd. French Flannels lie and 89c yd.. v RISH LEADERS GATHER IN BOSTON I We m clone In and had about deeld- TORE WIFE' DRESS ed to take to the life boat when thai ivnu n i- s unuwv lifeboat wna .mashed to plccea as th ,W(1 ;tSrln Ik Arrested for the I others hnd been. i "Th chip wae about two ship lengths Offense. from the shore when she became ' stranded. On striking, the midships .portion was totally washed away and Uplifting: of the Race Subject !WB 10 tnp fwecastic. There we re- w I mulnnil that u'lmln uttrVit tltiino-h Caqi'. of United Irish League of America in Annual Session. 1,000 DELEGATES EXPECTED Many HlminKiiMicil Men from Hnili Old and New World In Attend nnre Convention Opens To-morrow, Ing every minute that the rest of the vessel would go to pieces, I , "un Sunday morning the hurricane j was stlllblowlng and at 10 o'clock tho i rest of the hull broke up and we had ! to Jump Into the water and swim for j shore. 1 was hurled against the rocks 1 by the waves when near shore and I rendered unconscious, but my -men ' reseuVd me and we all reached shore safely. It seems little short of a mira cle that we did so, Our chief engineer was Injured In the breast by being smashed against a rock and ho also was unconscious when hauled ashore.' After gathering all bunds we went Isadore Goldstein of 146 Oak street and his wife had, an argument that resulted In a clothes tearing match, and the arrest of Goldstein on,, a charge of breach of the peace, Mrs. Goldstein Is bewailing the lo of a black silk dress worth J30 which was torn Into strips and a waist which km ripped. Patrolman Dnran of the Howard avenue police station heard the" disturbance, and arrested Gold stein. He was balled out on a bond of $75 furnished last evening;, several hours after his arrest. The bond was furnished by Murrla Hatter. ..... CANADA GETS ) POLITICAL FEYEI Liberals in Power for Twelv Years Attacked by Opponent! for Extravagance' and .;. Corruption. ' ) UNFULFILLED PROMISES 1 Uoston, Sept, 20. The freedom Ireland and the general uplifting i along Una shore about two miles until " we enme to tho Castle Island light ' : house, Wo were- famished and ex ' Initiated. The keener took us In and the Irish race Is the keynote of thought , t.ealod , RS wfll ag he cou(1 ,vllh dominating a gathering of distinguish-i u mftll qUrtrt(,ra R1)(1 ghort supply ed men of the Irish blood nation of this i of provslons he had. The tower was illy, Jietegates are coming from far, ,1()t,n Bt thc top 0 that lho o ir nchlnff and wide to attend the annual conven-! , ,,)n ,,Hmr, lMi but WP ,,, ,,,. lion of the I'nlted Irish League of terod from the ttrrflc w,,,t As tired America, which win open it regular we wr,rf! we coulll not tensions in Faneull nail nil J uesuay, j night and the chief offlcM-of the crew Already several preliminary gather- fl.n , from cxpol(urei My lf,Hd also lugs hove been held and the cause of I troubled me so we spent the night In ireiano is neing strenuously pioaueu on(greBt misery nnd discomfort. every occasion. Matters ot importance i'lrtalnlng to the league are to be dls INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES Fivc-ilny Congress Convenes hi WasR iiiKton To-morrow. ; Washington, Kept, W, Practically I all of the leading countries of the world will be represented at the fourth Inter; national fisheries congress which con venes in this city on Tuesday of this week with a program mapped out ,for five. days. President Roosevelt Is hon. orary president of tho congress, ana w 111 receive at the' White house the five hundred delegates or more who will rest that i parttclpute In the deliberations of the gathering. MATHKSOX CHEW SAVED. Grnn-l Turk. TiipL-'. lulnn.l. S,-.nf It was not until Tuesday that ths i Th ru-ri. linn .in,rr a.,,,.... j Prlns Wllem I. slghte our signal and j from xewl York, September 1', ; cussen ano plans tor tor oettermcni oi rM,.UPIj u.,, Gne nf my mpn refused gaturdav evening rescued the crew of Matheson, fr jm Baltimore. August 23, sessions of the convention It Is expected that over 1,000 dele gates will he present, Among those pifent are John E. Redmond, lider i of the Irish parliamentary party, and bis two colleagues. Joseph Devlin. M. j nmf r.. of West geirast, anti jonn Fitcgin- buns, chairman of the Roscommon , council. Other prominent lrl-h men i PROFESSORS to be In attendance will be W. Borke ! Coekran of New York, William Dillon of (Chicago, Edward Devery of St. Louis, Mayor d'Arehy Scolt of Ottawa, Ont.. and former Mayor John Fltspat rli'k of New Orleans. The festlvltes began Friday evening with the arrival of th distinguished ; delegates from Ireland, who reached j Boston on an evening tralrt from New York. Hundreds of prominent citizens ! greeted the delegates. The same even I Ing they reached the.locpl leaders of ! the cause they represent, Many dinners will be tendered at the Twentieth Century rltih and a series of receptions and short talks ended with a large meeting at the Huntington avenua, baseball grounds, where the three .visitors spoke at the annual athletic tournament function of the Irish league. To-day the delegates and envoys at tended mass In the morning at th Cathedral of the Holy Cross. To-morrow will come a meeting of the convention officers following which Mayor George A. Illbbard will tender a breakfast to the three most notable guests and the oftloera of the league. Tuesday, morning the convention of the league will formally open with pi or by Rt. Rv. Bishop William H. OVonnell. National President Michael J, Ryan, of Philadelphia, will preside and ad dresses of welcome will be delivered by Governor Curtla Guild, Jr., and Mayor Hlbbard. The convention will continue through Wednesday. concluding Wednesday night. Thursday the dele gates will go on a harbor excursion. I oecn too near aeatn to temp provi dence again. The rest of us, however, were mlghtly glad to be rescued. The lighthouse keeper promised , to take care of the man who remained be- IN BALLOON Harvard Men Ascend Wltli British Captain at London. London, Sept. 20. Professors A. Law rence Rotch and Perclval Lowell of 174 miles north of Tu.rk'a Island. The Matheson had ai severe experience In the hurricane that has prevailed , In these waters. She was dismasted, and, becoming water logged, was abandon ed by the crew on the 1 5th. Present Uovemniont, Led by Sir wu frld" Lmirler, Wants to . Coin.) ; plete Ambitious Plana ol ;' 'i' Pevciopment.'. i' ) HITCHCOCK JUMPS WEST. New York, Sept. ' 20. Chairman Frank H, Hitchcock, of the republican national committee, started for Chi cago to-day to spend Monday and rTnieriav at th ii0trn rniihllran I i Boston, and Captain S. A. Cloman. the 1 ,,,.... u. .. j solved the past week, was composed o American military attache at London, v-w York nn Wednesriau: Before made a balloon ascension today w ith i leaving New York to-day he telegraph the Hon. 'Charles Stewart Rolls, eap-ed to senator Crane, who has been Ottawa. Sept, 20. The announce ment of the dissolution of parliam'en and the general election on Octobe 26, plunges th country, into axe'lte ment of a political ca,mpa!gif. and again brings Into prominence tha. Is sues and the leaders. Sir Wllfre Laurler, the veteran head of tha lib eral party, t still the foremost flgur of that element, while Robert Dalfri Borden Is at the head of the conser vatlve ranks The liberals, who ha;e been In pow er for the Uast .twelve years, are p pealing for a renewal of confidence on the atrength of their record and to en able them to complete an ambltlou program for the development of Jth Canadian west.1 This Includes the con structlon of the national transconti ncntal railroad of which, tit mile have already been constructed and in eludes the proposed Hudson's BaJ railway. The conservative party, led by Mfl R. h Borden, H. P., of Halifax, atlacking the government ,on; ,th ground of extravagance," and the cor ruptlon ot public funds, and unfulflllle promise to tha electorate. The. tenth Canadian parliament, elect ed to office four years go, and dls tain of the London section of the army motor reserve. They succeeded In tak ing a number' of scientific observances above the cloud., as well as a number of photographs. The balloon reached an altitude of 6,500 feet. COX VICT LEASE XO MORE. Atlanta, Ga Sept. 20. Qovernor Hoke Smith last midnight signed the Convict Leaso bill which hereafter prohibits the leasing of felons except by th consent of the governor and the prison commission. The bill wag pass ed by the legislature yesterday after $35,000 had been spent In an extra session that lasted nearly a month. ' visiting Judge Taft In Cincinnati,, meet him In Chicago on Monday. to REORGANIZING. PILLSBl'RTS. Chicago, Sept. 20.-A step toward re orgalzatlon of the Plllsbury-Washburp Flour .Milling company of Minneapolis, which recently went Into the hands of a receiver, Is expected to be taken at a meeting of the various Interests In Chicago tomorrow. Results of the ln vestlgatlons' of the creditors committee are to be made known, and the extent of the loss thatVwIU fall on the stock holders will be dtermlned. ! MINOR HEIR RACES TO-DAY. , Columbus, O., Sept; 20. Announce ment that Minor Heir1:64 pacer, will start to-morrow afternoon In. the LOCAL BAND WENT ALOXG. The Second Regiment band under the direction of Frank Flchtl, yesterday l Hotel Hartmnn J5.000 stake has ere- went to Norwalk and accompanied theiated much Interest for the opening of riuiciiii engine company oi mat city to College Point, L. I., on Its annual 214 members. 140 liberal and. 74 con nrvktles. The' new 'parliament wtl consist of 221 members. Sir Wl.tild lAurltr. the leader of thH Hbe.ul lories,, will be stxty-seved years old pn-; November 20. , He Is ; rrencn Canadian end nauve oi yue bee.- H became leader of the liber oupoHltiin. and on the , defeat of Sli Ciiarlis 1 upper s .government. ho wa called uoon lo form a. rablneC - Hi government has cince been 'twice sustained, In V"0 end 104. each time! with . lnereaiel HiAJorilles. . ; ' : Mr. .' Robert -Laird' Borden, the con servtiUve leader, it a native of Novn Scotia, of Scotch descent. He bcaiiM lentler ot his jiarty .in lOOl.on jtie re1 tirement of Sir Charltt.Tupper. 1 . , . . . ' RIDDLE XOT TO nESHSX. i St. Petersburg.. Sept.-2,0. Several of the St.! Petersburg newspapers print's report . that , ; John W5 Rlddle.s American ambassador to Russia',' .'If about, to retire , on account of 'Mi health ,, Mr,:.RIddle however, ' to-day. made an absolute denial of this renr(tJ His health :U Impro.ilnf "alowly W( steadily. outing. The band was met at the de pot by S. Royal Keith, the well known railroad postal clerk. leader Flchtl on his return last night reported a very enjoyable time. the Columbus grand circuit races. Charles Dean's pacer will be opposed by The Eel, George Gano, The Liar, Hal Raven and Billy B. i Opening at B. Rogowskl's Wednes day and inursday, Sept. 23 and 24, , 8KELLT CHILD CHRIffTEXlCD. The Infant, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Skelly wis christened yei-1 terday afternoon ' at St ' Josephs church In the presence or severr hundred friends: The nahie given wa Margaret Evelyn Skelly.; ' '. TELLS THRILLING j TALE OF WRECKl Captain of ShipCaught In Pu- rious Hurricane Recounts S Experiences. EVERY LIFEBOAT SMASHED "op1 Breaks t'p and Men, Forced lo Swim, Are Hurled I'nconscious on Rocks. FUND FOR WRIGHT i ' ' v AoroiiniitlqiiF) Club of Chicago Plnn nlng; Popular Subscription. ' Chicago, Stpt. 20. Despite the re ports, from Washington that Orvllle Wright, would not consider outside as sistance in building n new aeroplane, the Aernnatitlque club of Chicago to night announced its Intention of rais ing a fund by popular subscription to be known as the Thomas E. Selfrldge fund, The members hope to Induce. Orvllle Wright to reconsider his op position. XEED 1NSTRVCTIOX. The adjutant general of the state has received an order from the war de partment ' In which attention In called to the fact that many of the men of the organized mllllla who have been in attendance nt. recent field maneuvers and exercised were without adequate preliminary Instruction In the elemen tary art of soldiers, The department call's special attention to the act which requires their being schooled and urges prompt compliant .with Ua.a aulas. tlltxois pastor here. POSTALS FROM VOLCANO Rev. Frank M. Sheldon of Roekford Speaks at, Untied Chtirnh Services. At the morning services at the Unit ed church on the Green yesterday morning, Rev. Frank M. Sheldon of Rockfprd, III., delivered a very Inter, esllng sermon to the members of that congregation. His subject was "Chris tian Positions" and his text was from the Corinthians "All Things Ar Yours." Last evening he spoke to a large as sembly which had congregated at the City Mission, ' CRANE BUSY OVER KO RARER. Cincinnati, 0., Sept. 20. Senator W. Murray Crone of Massachusetts to night started for the Chicago head quarters of the republican national committee, He will then vlnlt Xew York headquarters. While here Sena tor Crane has been busy In the ad justment of the Forakeo; situation, but his visit had been arranged before that Incident aroRe. Watermiry Scientists in Eruption Send Them to Friends., An Interesting series of postal cards sent directly from the mouth ot Alt. Pelce, the terrible Volcano that de stroyed the town of St. Pierre. In the West Indies, says the Wfterbury American of Saturday, have recently been received by the Misses Kirk of the, Brass City. They were sent by Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Hovey, scientists, who are making geological research on the crater of tire death producer of sever al years ago. Spota where the couple camped out are marked on the photo graph cards. Mr. Hovey and a fellow geologist who Is making investigations In Alas ka are going to meet soui and com pare notes. CONSl'L WVXDHAM RESIGNS. Boston, Sept. :'0. Captain William Wyndham, British consul at 'the port of Boston since March 1, 1904, ha.l tendered his resignation to take effect October 15. Captain Wyndham 1 sixty-five years of age. New York, Sept. 20. News of a de finite nature regarding the violence of the hurricane that swept over the Bahama Islands on September 12 and succeeding dates, and which Is reported to have destroyed the town of St. Mathew on lnagua Island, reached here today when the shipwrecked crew of the Norwegian fruit steamer Tumtirl were brought Into port on the Dutch steamer Prlns ,Wlllem I, which rescued them from Castle Inland on September 15. Captain A. Engebrethsen, of the Vumurl, which was lost during the hurricane and fourteen members of his crew, were on the Duthli steamer.' Captain Kngebrethsen told of the , wrecking of his vessel by the hurricane j and the thrilling experiences which he ' and his crew went through. Captain j Kngebrethsen described the voyage of ! Ils steamer as follows: , "The'flrst day and night of the storm were as nothing compared to Saturday, the 12th. The wind Increased In volume every mlmite, and at II o'clock Satur day morning the seas became so high ; that they practically engulfed the steamer. The fires were put out by wa- ter and this, of course, slopped the en- i glnes so we were completely at the j mercy of the storm and tho storm j showed us no mercy. "It was blowing and raining so hard and the waves were running so high that It was Impossible to stay on deck. All we could do was to lock ourselves beneath the hatches and pray for de livery, which we did. About 2 o'clock on the afternoon of the twelfth the steamer touched the rocks and fifteen minutes later smashed with. great force against them. The port life boats were ground to pieces. "It meant death to stay where we were so I called all hands on derk and bad each man put a life, preserver on. The ship was pounding on the bottom and the waves were washing over the deck, but we managed to make the starboard lifeboat ready to lower, "All hands were on the bridge, as far out of the reach of the waves a: It was possible for all ot us to get, when the steamer struck good and hard on the bottom, We seemed to go over a bar or ledge of rock and then continued to drive In toward shore, striking the bottom time and again. SUCCESS' More for a Dollar Than Dollar Can Buy Our Opening a Suc cessa Great Big Success. Twice we as Much expected. as We thank you for your patronage. More for a Dollar Than a Dollar Can Buy THE CO MOH ICAN MP ANY Corner Court and State Streets j XEW HAVEX ' in