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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1908.
X Vero-Form Toilet Articles These Toilet articles are prepared by the Vero-Form Hygienic Co., Berlin, Ger many, and they have Just Introduced them to the American market. Each of the Vero-form products not only serves perfectly the purpose for which It Is Intended but represents the highest achievement of scientific re search. . ) : Vero-form Toilet Soap Is the most effective medicin al soap that ever was "made---even ir It had no special merits as a toilet soap. It received the gold medal and a special award, the Cross, of Honor at the Health Exposl:lon at Ber lin, 1904: the Prize medal at Luttleh, 1905; the Grand medal for Progress at Vienna. 1906. The safest and most perfect soap for face and hands. Price 25c a cake. i14 Araucarias Nire healthy plants, Now is the time to Morse Te'. 5893. THE BUCKINGHAM- ROUTH COMPANY. MAXtTACTCBERS OP GOLD SHEET IRON RADIATORS 3Wi " 1 1 3ri r. .coco-.: 3 K J WJ Our factory facilities in these several lines and our long and practical experience in large and small contracts give cus tomers assurance of reliable suggestions and careful estimates, We are pleased to refer to some of the finest work in this city. 151 Court St. 44- KEEP US i' PAINTS GLASS AND OILS 'including; AU Kind3 of WADSWORTH, HOWLAND 6 C0.,Inc. 382 State St. I T. M. Hughson, Mangr. Vero-form Liquid Soaps ' this Is an Ideal form for soap: there Is no danger of contagion. You use a few drops and all that remains In the container Is as clean and pure as the day It was put there. Vero-form Antiseptic a most offlcont and agreeable antiseptic and deordorant, 50c a bottle. i Vero-form Germicide, a germ destroyer and deodor ant highly recomended by physicians and nurses. 50c a bottle. Pine Trees just right for the house. get them. 1 Floral Co. 37" CHURCH ST. i OUR SPECIALTIES: Heating by Steam, Hot Water, Hot Air. ALSO Sanitary Plumbing, Tin and Sheet Iron Workers. Cornices,' Skylights , ' , AND Coppersmithing. Tel. 255 IN MIND. Lubricating 0il3. Telephone 590 RESIDENCE FOR SALE. The ton-room dwelling Xo, 2(1 Trumbull afreet, on lnnrl 40 feet front by 200 feet deep, can be purrhiiscrl at what In low figure for n comfortable, home on a very flclrnhle ulreet, The bonne in substnntliilly built and remarkably pleasant, (Might rent to right person,) Enquire of ALBERT W. MATT00N i i MlUpon't Cimtf. 808 Chapel St., cor. Orange. , BEAUTIFUL HATS Muhlfelder's Opening the Hand somcst Display in Many Seasons. 1 Never have the Muhtfclder stores of fered a more attractive showing 0f mil linery than the. dlaplny at their open ing yesterday. The beautiful hats were well set off by the decorations of palms and ribbons which formed a charming and effective background. It Is certainly a season of extreme plct urCHqueness and the hats.Vhlle not nt all the extreme, are as artlMlc In point of wearablllty and becomlngness as could be desired by even the most par ticular woman. The shapes that are really newest are the Dlrectolre and the Empire, and the always very satisfactory Charlotte Corday and Ensrlfch walking hats hold a very popular, place because of th..ir being so suitable for all occasions. There Is also a deciridty return of the smart little turban which Is not al ways little this eerwon either but is an extremely useful and becoming hat for all ageg of woman. In 'most Instances the headslres are large and come well down over the head of the wearer. Jne materials most ftrongly featured are Ottoman silk, hatters plush; metal tissues and satin, which are trimmed with soutnohf braids, large wings In all colors, lovely willowy ostrich plumes and aigrettes, capochons, Dlrectolre buckles, and plate roses. , As for the colors they are slmplv fas cinating and almost without limit as to sb8de. The leaders are tsup or ele- pnant grey, nattier, hlu, Canard, ame. thyst, mulberry and rich greens, the khaki browns and there Is as always a (teneral popularity for black or white, exquisite models In both being shown. Throngs of visitors were lavish In their praise of the many beautiful Par Is and American models which couldn't but attract them. Some of the most splendid of the numerous very hand some hats were a large hat of peacock blue velvet, black satin farlnft an elaborate band of black ostrich around the crown with black ostrich plumes and peacock, bird of paradise aigrette completes this Important model. Turban of Immaculate swan's down the only trimming consists of a show, er of while Rlgrettes attached to the hat. by two elegant rhlnestone pins. Medium sized hat In London smoke or taupe velvet with facing of superb tone of amethyst coloring. A fancy band In gold and amethyst surrounds the crown. Two plumes In gray and amethyst with large cahoohon of same colorings give a rich finish to this unique Parisian creation. A Dlrectolre shape niRde of black taf feta silk with black beugallne facing the fashionable soutache braid Is used In fancy designs on crown and wide brim. 'A single pnlr of smicy wings sets off thlx plain but rich hat. Another In the most popular khaki shade 'of brown covered with black Brussels net. The crown of hat Is cov ered with one single "plate" rose In shading of brown with a crush of brown ribbon and bow, MECTEXAXT LAHM, Whom the Wrlpht Brothers, by Con tract, Must Teach, to Operate Tilth' Machine. FAIR HAYEH NEWS Many to Participate in Hartford Bridge Celebration, Octo ber 6, 7 and 8. It la expected that Fair Haven will be well represented at the great brldna celebration In Hartford October 6, 7 and t. Several of the fraternal orderi will be largely represented. The fol lowing has Just been Issued by Adelphl lodge, No, 63, A, F. and A. M.' "You are Invited to attend and par ticipate In the celebration In Hartford October R, of the laying of the final stone In the completion of the hand some bridge over the Connecticut fiv er. Are you going? Let the secretary know If that Is your Intention, Round trip tckets not over (1. Special train. Next lodge meeting October ). "Fraternally, William S. Rowe, acc retary. 'Ter order, Jf. H. Bradley, W. M. Adelphl lodge, No. 63, A, F and A. M." Elmore S. Wade, of the east aide, a well known fraternal order man, stated last evening that the celebra tion promises to be the largest ever held In the stale. Mr. Wade has just returned from Hartford and says that Immense preparations are being mad) there. He said that a larger number of the Fair Haven people would doubtless go up for October 8, which was to be the great fraternal day. Next Sumfly will be observed ns rally day In the Sunday school of Grand avenue Congregational church. The enrollment la about 40 and the attendance 270. There will be ape cal' exerclseg on Sunday and roll call by clashes. At Masonic home In Walllngford the annual exercises of grand master's day will be observed on Friday, S.'p tembT 25. A,n Invitation has been ex tended to Adelphl lodge and many members are expecting to attehd. It Is announced that lunches for the day will be on sale by the O. E. S. An assistant teacher has beer, In stalled In room No, 1, Woodward school. Miss Fjbrlque having been as signed there. There Is an attendance of sixty In this room and with the ex tra assistance. It la expected that tHere will be no need , of two session, which had been suggested. Tlf 'egula meeting of Qulnnlptac hose company was held last evening and one new members was received. Augustus Wright has the founda- tlons In for a new house In Lexington avenue. Rev. E. C. Tullar has presented each member of the Sunday school of East Pearl street M. E. church with an Il lustrated card of handy reference for Scriptural selections. Reference of the historical, prophetical and poetical portions of the Scriptures and the epistles are conveniently arranged. The card was reduced down from a large map. The gift la much appro elated by all the pupils. At the rally day exercises of this school there were about 300 present. For this evening at this church In continuance of the reopening exercises, there will be a re ception to pastors, onVers, members and friends of all churches In the city and especially In Fair Haven. A large attendance is expected. Announcement la made of the mar riage of Lottie May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roswell F. Burwell of 134 Falrmount avenue to Miles L, Conger of West Brookfleld, Mass. The mar riage took place at Orace church rec tory, Centervllle, on Sunday, and Rev. James Edward Coley olficlated. The couple will reside In George street, this city. Sergeant Bowers has gone away on his power boat for a three days' trip. Tha inin. nf fit .til me.' rhnrch will hold a food sale this afternoon In the vacant store 32 Ksst Tirana avenue. Pie, rake, bread, biscuit and baked beans will be on sale at 2 o'clock, and until disposed of. A charity whist will be given at the home of Mrs. Frank McManns, 1M Clay street, to-morrow evening, and the public is Invited. The Jefferson company Is engaged In painting Mrs. Edward Wine's resi dence In Howard avenue. The Ladles' Aid society will meet DEATHS. ALLEN'. In Mllford. September Jlst, Snrnh C. Allen, daughter of the late Dr. Hull Allen. Funeral jervlcis st the late home. High street, Mllford, Wednesday afternoon, at 2:30. s22 2t B I j E A T T K R M A N ! n New York City, Kept. 22nd. Margaret M. Bleattermsn. wlilow of the !at ! nudnlph Bleatter- man, Notice of funeral later. 23 2t HANDK In this city, September 21. 1 nrtR, Anne Christine, wife of Chris' Ian H. llnnde, aged "S years, 2 months, 10 days. Funeral Services will he held st the residence of her son, Hans J. Hande. 1fl Ruby street, Thursday afternoon, fiepiemher 24. at 3 o'clock. Mela tlves and friends Invited to attend. 823 It MRS. J. WILLIAM KENNEY, t Family Representative In Houses of Mourning. Affiliated With the Leading Undertakers. . TELEPHONE 9283-4. Clean Rouse -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. THE Vacuum Cleaner Co, Rugs,' Carpets, Furniture Cleaned Without Removal. TEL. 2700. ACigar Deal . . . Li Flor it Cubs WE are fust at present retailing it 10 cents a Clgsr thit cosii us eight. It's i new site (rom the Flor de Cuba Factory, and our real object Is to let the appreciative smoker of Havana Tobacco get acquainted with the sort of Cigarthis Factory is today turning out. This special size is called Heliotropes; they ire quite short (only (our Inches long) but being on the 1st and stocky order, contiin quite i lot of leaf. Confidentially, our idea is tnit liter trying this specH ti . some of our Clgsr patrons may a,. :h off o.i to some one of the dozen or moie oilier sizes of this same Flor de Cuba brand that at retail pays us more thin 2 cents per transaction. 38tS-taZiSl77 In the chapel of the Grand Avenue Paptlxt church 'all day to-day -for work, rin'ns for the coming season will also be discussed, The annual meeting of the ladles' guild will be held In the parlors of the Grand Avenue Congregational church this afternoon at 8 o'clock and officers will be elected and reports made by officers. On the lxlngtnj avenue grounds the last baseball game of the season will be played between' the East Side team and the Blues on Sunday after noon. , W II. I.inslev, s.'Xton of th Grand Avenue Congregatlcmnl church. Is painting his house in Plerpont street. Mr, Llnsley la doing the work himself and It Is a very creditable Job. Mrs. John Flynn, of Grand avenue, has removed to Panbury, Work Is pfoirreislnif favorahly on the paving of Grand avenue, between the east bridge over Mill river and Railroad avenue. The laying of the new brick pavement began this week, All who have seen the work say that the new pavement will be. a great Im provement. The Ami whist of the season of St. Anthony'a (rulld of Pt. Francis' church will be held this evening at the home of Mrs. Charles Mansy, 337 Klatchley avenue, Another whist for to-day will be that of Perseverance council, D. of L.. to be held at A. O. U. W. hajl this afternoon, OBITUARY NOTES. , W. II. Klernan. After a three months' sickness W. H. Klernan died at his home, 881 Grand avenue, yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Mr. Klernan, who was fur-ty-five years of site, was one of the oldent and best known residents of tho Seventh ward. He was a printer by trade, and had been associated with his brother for years In the carrying On of the J. J. Klernan company on Grand avenue. He wa well and fav orably known In business and other circles and was held In the highest es teem by all who knew him. His fun eral will take place at 8:30 o'clock to morrow morning from 881 Grand ave nue and at II o'clock from Pt. Pat rick's church, where a requiem high mas will be celebated. Interment will be In St. Bernard cemetery, Ftinrrnl of Edith Bower. The funeral services of Mis Edith C. Bowers were held at her late home at 41 Mechanic street yesterday aft ernoon and was attended by a num ber of friends. Rev. Mr. Lent con ducted the funeral services. There The expense Ineldent to funernl ser vice la 1111,117 times a heavg hiirdrn, oe. nirrlnn n It often doe nei,erterilr and nfter lonst period of lllnem, It Is eur rtenlre to be known na considerate In one rhnrge, nnri espeelnlly thought, fnl ef the mnnr cure and reNponnllilll. ties which n must nerrnrllj asunnie on such ocrnnlnna, RRIHAM A HAVE,. 1008 Chapel Kt. A Good Point to Remember Many groceries nrt curried here regularly which you cnunot ft ml else where. If you want something oxecp. lionnlly choice mid not In common use you can find ll here. You will find on Inquiry, loo, that these especially hitch-class groceries do not nicai high-class prices, Far from It. John fiiuiErcr sJson Green Gage Plums Damsons a No. Pickling Cucum bers, AVIItl Grapes and Crap Apples. Bartlett Pears 75c and $1 per basket, Peaches are getting scarce. Come early this morning. THE MIRROR FRUIT STORE. J B. JUDSON, 656 CHAPEL ST. Cool 'weather suggests from what you are accustomed to use In Summer. , As x a suggestion for now, we would say SAUSAGE It Is something that has' been laid aside for soma 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.s , ' - The S. W. Hurlburt Go. j 1074 Chapel St. 4 LAST FOR PRESERVING We have Peaches, Dartlett Tears, FOR PICKLING 1 t'tummbera, Tomatoes, Small FRESH -KILLED POULTRY Fancy "Voting, Tender Fowl, 20e per lb. Roasting or Broiling Chickens, 24o per lb. Long Island Duckllligs, 22c per lb. All sold at the prtca fall dressed. , VEGETABLES 1 A full line of Fresh Vegetables. BOSTON HEAD LETTUCE v ; lnrge, well-headed Boston Lettuce, 5c per head. u. ri. yyc.Vs.1I juii. 38 and 40 CONGRESS AVE. FAIR HAVEN. NEW Wednesday, Kept. 23, We offer for a few days DUCKLINGS t Roasting and Broiling CHICKENS ' Prepared on premises at 25 cts the pound. J I L. C. PFAFF 6 SON, The Dest Meats I 7-9 Church Street. &, fi SCHOENBERGER'S Headquarters -96 GEORGE STREET. , , t These Prices Prevail at All Our Stores : Lamb for Stew - - -Sperry & Barnes' Salt Pork Rack Steak Maine State Potaloej 75c bushel Lemons - - - 8c dozen String Beans - - 4c per qt. Best Tub Butter Force 27c 10c were many beautiful flora ' tributes. The Interment was In Oak Grove cem etery, West Haven. Btahl A Son were the undertflRers. , Slsle-r Dlonyslus. Wor.l was received In this city yes terday of the death of Sister Dlony slus, which occurred Sunday at St. Mary's of the Springs convent at Shepard, O. She had been a Domin ican nun for the past eight years. Sla ter Hlonyslua was a ynunjr woman of very fine qualities, and was known as the world as Anna Klernan. She leaves In this city, besides a number of friends to mourn her loss, three sis ters, Mrs. Fred Jarjua and Miss Marie and Miss Rose Klernan. A Suggestion Upon returning from the Mountains, Shore Cottage or Country Home you find your larders empty. We have been here all summer preparing for your home-coming with New StocU: of Fancy Groceries, Wines and Liquors. The fin est goods at the lowest prices. Open an account with us and note our prices. , different articles of food X CALL ! i;r- Plums, Tomatoes. 1 1 White Onions, Green Tomatoes, etc HAVEN, WEST HAVEN. Connecticut grown at 22 cts the pound t Telcrlione 1046. Sc per lb. 9c per lb. 3 lbs. 25c. Gold Medal Flour 80c Mayflower Milk 9c per pan Choice Prime Meats AND : Fresh Killed Poultry. The BEST QUALITY is tho CONSTANT AIM of this market. We are ready to serve 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 we will try and please you. Frank R. Baldwin, t 1231 Chapel, cor. Howe St Telephone 63R two wires. Ask tha Mnn Who Owns One, 05 FIUXKUX STREET.