Newspaper Page Text
THE MORNING JOV..""tr.-9,i wrmrwAV,
Mrs. Optimist Simply telephones down for one of our delicious FROZEN DESSERTS when an unexpect. ed fuest for dinner is announc ed' by husband in the morning, and that evening she is in her place at table, smiling .in the knowledge that her dinner will end delightfully. Order Fresh Fruit Peach Ice Cream, or Lemon. Orange or Raspberry Ice for Sunday. 40c the Qt. THE HARRIS-HART CO. . Factory ' 120 Com mere Set. Telephone 774. SCOTCH WASHABLE ' FLANNELS. Large variety of dedans and polor lng fnr Wrapper, Dressing Sacks, Shirt Walnl and KlilrtlngH 2.V. T5r yard. Also a good line of Outing Finn nclM and l'lanncpttc 10c, 12 4 I He. Minneapolis Hill Climb August 29, The Pull-Jeweled Made the Fastest Time in Class Event and WINNER Of the ' Free-for-AII, Making Fastest Time of the Day, And defeating over forty cars, 'Deluding Pope-Hartford, Stod-lard-Dayton and Pierce Six Cylinder. The Corbin Motor Vehicle ' Corporation. NEW BRITAIN, CONN. II, E.Toolillle, 83 BROADWAY, NEW HAVEN. Local Agent. "is it enjoyable? Da yea llkt 'mtn, wltk dcfAcflva tvrtht D r mot :hlak atfcen mould k aa dlatrcawa II roura trar that wayf Wow ff ara't IH art hernnrt h II If 11 "t a Kot riat!t. V V mr mt yenr t-ih la mlsrta. i.rt brtt with nne thnl la tfea aam !. akaa aaa alia al th. ntaral If v Y i5o k Orange St OrrOSITE WOMEN'S EXCHANGE. Three Deliverle Dally, Tel 2042-5. Axle Grease. The stuff that helps to make the wheels go 'round. Tim fallowing we rarry In atork: Always There, Rapid, Frazer'a, Baum'a Caatnrlne, Boston Coarh OH, "02." New England Axle Grease and DUon'n. We also rarry the regular restor oil, which many prefer fur carriage use. 1 0! 1 PHILft. DENTIL ROOMS T81 CHAPEL ST. rrrrrrE3E SHOP ENGRAVED WEDDING INVITATIONS At Short Notice. W,. L. WIGHTMAN 101 ORANGE ST. Room I. Clerkin &, Co. 781 Grand Avenue. Steam and Hot Water Heaters That filvc Complete Satisfaction. If you are considering a change in your present system, telephone for an ESTIMATE. TWO 'PHONES I07S, 231 3. Reduced Prices for 1908-9 On Ladies' Custom-Made Garments Current retrenchment In personal expenditures tends to the purchase of rady-made garments often unsntlsfactory and frequently not economy. riils season wc nre reducing prices, but holding materials and workninnshlp o the highest perfection. At these reduced prices wc hope to meet present ondltions and at the sttmc time greatly Increase our miles. L DeVita, 157 Orange St. Telephone 854. New University Garage. TWO ENTRANCES. '66-168 St. John Street. 121-123 Olive Street PHONE 1087-2. Location of garngc Is excellent and centrnl. Ask for "Corner of St. John and Olive Streets" nnd vou are thorp. The building was built expressly for an auto garage and auto factory. The gentleman In charge Is an auto expert. Full line of auto supplies- GARAGE NEVER CLOSED. Gardner E. Wheeler, . Proprietor. economy and Expedition in Printing Machine vs. Hand-Setting. We, are equipped with the latest typesetting machinery in the world and an produce work at less cost and In shorter tune than any other printer In lonnectlcut. In one machine we hove ten different (all new) fucos of type- To printing too large, no Job too small, to merit our attention. GIVE US A TRIAL. The Mason Press. ifi3 State St., Opp. Journal-Courier. Tel. 1604-6, D0YNE BROS. 250 Blatchley Ave. '.Concrete ana Cement walks, Floors, Drives, etc., Laid and Repaired. Roofing a Specialty. Irlrk and flag Walks Repaired. I el. .1328, Superior Work Guaranteed fr itjhA'&hop' On of the latest fancies' Is to hav th Initial or monogram directly In ths center of th napkin. To finish, armholes, Instead nf bind ing, French seaming or overcasting, Jlist stfteh armhole twice ami trim off elo to second stitching. Thla Is less work, but at the same time neat. The fastidious young woman, who 1 liken her own small pillow, but pre fers down to clover blossoms or bal sam, see that the down Is well scented with sachet perfume. Orris root and violet are In favor. If violet Is preferred and the cover Is of linen, a violet design would be most appro priate for the embroidery on It, To make tucks In skirt after taking skirt length make the edge thus fold ed the edge of one of the tucks, then put In one tuck same width above the one first made and measure below same distance and make the third lnt a hem of same width as the two tucks. This gives two tucks and hem same width, having effect of three tucks, and does not spoil the skirt length. Corded silks will agiln enjoy some 'popularity among other handsome weaves and thetrlmmlnar for such, cut on the bias, Is very artistic, and a sim ple evening dress will need compar atively little trimming when con structed of this material. Small but tons, a touch of lace and a little em broidery upon the walt front "111 be needed, though not In great quanti ties. Chenille, fine lu.tre braid.', silk fio3s. metal thread, crewel. Jet steel, pearl all these are ued m embroid ery materials and often many are combined In one design, w hile the combinations and shadings of color are wonderfully lovely. There are handsome braids, too, and Innumer able ornaments of braid that are mticb used for trimmings and are em bellished with buttons, pendants, tas sela and fringes. An eay and convenient way of putting collar stays In the collar with out sewing them In each time the waist comes back from the laundry Is to sew pieces of lace Insertion at the top and bottom of the collar, leaving the sldea toward the center open. In the pockets thus formed the ends of stays can be easily Inserted or remov ed' by bending the stay, slightly In the center. The stays can be dipped In gasoline when soiled and cleansed without lof Ing their shape or stiffness. FLYING WEDGE TAKES A HAND tContlnued from First Tage.)s president of the Bridgeport Central Labor union, cast a halo around the temples of William Randolph Hearst. He spoke of his exposure of Foraker recently and how he had culled him crooked. "Now Roosevelt." he said, "was calling Haskell crooked. It Is to take people out of this quandary that the Independence Party , has been formed. Shakespeare said: 'A plague on both your hocuses.' Ve say tne, same thing. We may riever succeed, but we cHn go on deserving to succeed." Then .VI r. Kelly told how he had voted for Rryan, and would vote for him now, only that the Peerless One's meth ods, he believed were not so truthful as they were In the past. Then Mr. Kelly gave an account of the situation In Connecticut. He said: "W. J, Rryan says the issue of the campaign Is "Shall the people, rule?" yet the Initiative and the referendum Is not a part of his platform. When asked what will become of the men out of work Taft says "God knows." Mr. Foraker has been thrown overboard by the pirate crew of the republican party. Haskell Is still at the helm with the demo crats, but they are expecting that he will lounge any way Into the briny." Bernard Nolan, of New York, was the next speaker. He started off by saying that for ISO years, this country had been ruled by lawyers Instead of by business men and laboring men aa It should be. He said that If Lincoln were alive to-day he would be with the Independence party. Hearst has done more in his brief career than Lincoln ever did In his. "We have heard enough In four days," he said, "to' show up tn Brownvllje hypocrite Foraker. Bryan is like a monkey ' on a tree always clawing with one hand and banging on with the other. Taft has a right to look to you. for votes If you arc rich, but if you are only a worklngmati his injunction acts should teach you that you have nothing to expect from him. Gompers Is in Washington toady ing to the bosses, and you can see how much hf Is thought of by the fact that the Western Federation, Is separate from the federation with which he Is connected. We need worklngmen In congress. See to It, that some are sent there. Joseph Colling, of Hackensack, was the last speaker. He said that his state. New Jersey, Is not only the dirtiest, measliest state In the Union, but , Is also the most damnable. It Is the home of the trusts. Mr. Coiling said that he Is running for represen tative from Bergen county of that state and If he gets to the legislature will really represent the people, Then the band struck up a lively air and a call was Issued for converts. Two new members were gained for the Hearst party and the meeting adjourned. OUR FORMAL FALL OPENING WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY " An Authoratative Exposition Of The Assured Styles or Fall In Women's Suits, Wraps and Millinery Is Here For Your Inspection I r Lf i r r- iL. j. i -1-1 J l T4TI upon inc uircsiuiu ui a Vi new season we think it a fitting time "h to briefly mention the wonderful prog' ress made in our popular Suit and Cloak Department during the last few years. Our business has grown by leaps and bounds even during the i ilnancial .depressionuntil to-day it leads all others in this city. ' Constantly studying the trend of fashion and always ab'e to swing, large purchase by means of our tremendous cashbuylnrf power is the only secret of our superiority. TrVV7aven women have learned to look I N to this store for style, quality and econ Ml omy. This fall's styles give us greater scope than ever before to supply their wants. Come and study our wonderful collection; hfcre. men M t Af4.;r, We mike no chirge for alterations on garments lold iNO L.narge IOr Alterations AH necessary alterationsSvill be made bv men tailors. r "i - I 1 I a 1 J! i.' i ' . f . and men nnisners. inis worn ny men unucr xnc direction 01 expert niters assures periecuon or nr., satisfaction and quick work. Above all there is absolutely no charge for this service. . pressers absolute $3.98 Lace Waists for $1.98 ' Made in the very newest fashion in both ecru and white, trimmed with satin to match, beautifully orn amented with lace and medallions, I AO lined throughout, Opening price I iIO $15 Taffeta Rain Coats for $9.95 Not the cheap styles sold by other dealers but high grade taffet with guaranteed gutta perrha coating, in all the desirable colorings, ft A fZ worth $15, Opening price;... ......... 27 W . 50 Suits as Opening Souvenirs Made in staple and novelty effects of broadcloths, panamas, striped worsteds, Lymansville cheviots and serges, in all colorings. Each one is I ? Q , a gem, $25 value for . WiCJ Ladies $2 Coat Sweaters for $1.49 Made of fine quality yarn, full length in. natty mannish style, in white or oxford gray, all sizes up to 46. These are exceptional $2 val- - I A tfV ues, in Opening at tL r Exhibit of Exquisite Autumn Millinery Every style question is answered in our superb assemblage of Paris and American Millinery. There is such a variation ot size, such a variety of trimming, that almost any desire you may have lor the quiet, the subdued or any model Up to the dashing picturesque, ; may be gratified. You will pronouuee the exhibit complete. As ever, French ateliers send us real creations. Of course from these places come the most pronounced examples of the Directolr period. Here you will see representatives from Esther Meyer, Georgette and Vinot. Most of the shapes are large. The brims of many droop slightly. In the matter of colors employed in the, trimming scheme, the tones are rich and the combinations are harmonious. Don t fail to inspect this wonderlul showing. J. .' i' It: FREIGHT SMASHUP Belle Dock Switch Engine Runs Into Train, Overturning i Four Cars. A iwltch pnglne , iwed at Uio Belle rtnek yard and In charge ot Engineer Mley was wrecked last night at 8 o'clock by running Into a moving freight train. - ' In the, wreck four cars were toppled over and many cord of lumber fell In the path of the taut freight. The amaah up occurred directly under the Chapel Htreet bridge. Engineer Rlfley did not ee the moving freight train, the track uhcad being blocked by several cars, until he was directly In front of It, The switch engine wan wrecked and was later removed from the tracks 'by the wrecking tar. The tracks were blocked until 1 o'clock, PERSONAL MOTES t'roiessor Wllllston Walker and fam ily of Edwards at reel have returned from Brattleboro. Vt., where they have been spending the summer. Mrs. A, Kan ford of Oeorge street, who hus' been a guest at the Inn at Lynic, Conn., Is back In town, TKOIXKV KII.I.K AUTOIXT. Providence, R. 1,. Sept. 22 Mr. V. D. Gavey, wife ot wholesale confectioner of Kail Klver, was killed and her tw children and a Mrs. Borden, also nf Fall River, were badly hurt In sn auto mobile accident -near, lngraham's Cir tiers, E.ist Providence, late this after noon. The touring car collided with on electric car at a turn In the road. Professor Arthur 'M. Wheeler and family have come back to town to their' home In Trumbull street from their summer cottage at Grove Beach, where they have been spending the season. , David Stanley Smith, his mother, Mrs. Smith, and Miss Frances Smith, his sister, have returned from ToK-do, Ohio, where they huve been all Hum mer, to their home .In Linden street, The first ceremonies will be heralded by the blowing of the shofar or ram's horn. Yom Klppur ends the ten penetentlal days whloh begin with Rush Hashonah, and Is therefore fol lowed, by feasting. W AOBS I tT, TIME INCRBASBO.' . Palmer, Mus.rSept. . The. 600 it erative employed at thvootton mlfii of the Thorndlke company wre notified to-night that a reduction In wages will go Into effect on Monday nTt and tWt the plant will go on a, full tlm iched' ule on the same day. : - f1 Men, Women and Children find abundance of the necessary tissue building and energy-storing , material la Grape-Niili To Look Young feel young and stay young keep the blood pure, the stomach right, the bowels regular, the skin clear and the eyes bright with , BEECHAMS PILLS Said Everywhere. In boxes 10c. and 2Se. Miss IClsle Trowbridge nf Hillhou.w avenue Is spending n few day at Heatoiv Hall, Stotbrldge, M iss, Mrs. Wyllys Atwater lias returned to her home In Crown street, after u stay I 1 , i . , , - , , . of some weeks at Lyme, Conn. I ; . ',. Th;s food is quickly absorbed by children as well as HEBREW HOLIDAY SEASON adults, and contains ALL the nutritive elements of Whole I Wheat and Barley. :; ., ,. t I ' . Nature has placed phosphate of potash in a certain (part of these grains for man's use in building the gray substance of brain and nerve cells. Soitenilier 2(1 Is Xcw Ycur's Day nnd Will lie Observed Here. The Jewish year of ofiflli will be ushered In on Saturday of this week, beginning the celebration and observ ance of the greatest day on the Jew ish calendar, New Year's, which this year oceifls on' September 28. Special services In observance of this holiday will he held In the local synagogue! The celebration of Yom Klppur Is rigorously observed by the Orthodox Jews, and lasts for two days. All places of business conducted by Ortho dox Jews throughout the city will be closed, nnd the members of every household forbear the burden of work, Between Hosh Hashonah and Yom Klppur, the day of atonement, cornea a day of preparation, whloh Is follow ed by a :i-hour fast on Yom Klppur, Adults require this to repair natural waste ' from mental and physical effort; children, because the ner vous system grows so rapidly in early years. - This part of the grain is included in Grape-Nuts. "There's a Reason." Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek, Midi.