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SEltc pouting jfomitakmmM OCTOBER 14, 1008.
WEDNESDAY, NEWS OF THE COURTS Peter J. Nay Discharged on Embezzlement Charge in Oity Court. The Metropolitan Store of New Haven. S?E-MALLEY(2' The Metropolitan Store of New Haven. The KW.ft All C V f . How Breads Are Made Light". Mis Bishop's Cooking Lecture in "Model Kitchen" Wednesday Afternoon 2:30. TWO PROBATE APFEALS Pull fur S3.".,nnn Tnin(ur nroiiRlit In 1'. S. Circuit fotirt City Court ' fiwl Common l'leas Cnws, Buy. Throng A. SlxopWlMoW fetor J. N'.iy, rhnrsrp.1 IHi fmbPTi fllnK S;."f frnni thr llymnn company, was found lint ciiilty In f'Hy rniirt yet"rilfiy mid iv,u iliKi'hnrsnd, Ho ivni a Mil collector mid ivfin chnrcril with frilling to hum) In tlin nmomit untried, fto proved t)in,t the money wam Bpont fnr ne.cesMi-y expenses iis car fVvo find lunches In accord men Mlth InMrur.tlona. OITi t City Onirt Cnc. Harry IT. ThoVmld, nceimoil nf vo lpthiR the. auto ppfnil biws, was flnerl $.10 rind cosli by Jmlso Miithewson. Tl wfl.T n1 tl to hnv driven his onr recklessly. AVIth n cut extending unven Inches acr-osa his pcs.ip John F. Beynnlds nivnlt 1 rlnl on n charM of drunkfti IV'SR Ivforn .Indite MTtlievv.oon, hla cas limine been continued until October 37. Herbert ,1. Mvon, who Inflicted the. wound upon Reynolds, also mvnltji trial on the Fnnm rlny on a crinrRe of breach of 1 ho ppucB. Nlvon was r...Wr t the tlm of the fclit, whi' h nr'-iin''-d on I'nnrrreja ;i ve lum lat llis'it, wherees Reynolds wis drunk mi rnneqiprtt.l R-nt th wrst t It. N'ifin, who Is color'', r on tiled hli opponent 'so hard that It re quired poypn ttitehcs to elone up a cap In. Tvpynolfla' head. Trip ""as" of pavid Allorrt, -n ho Is Jicld undpr ? 1 .000 bond for a hrr-.n-h ct the peace upon Mlebnei Monnihau, tvb continued until Or(nhi' 1". Allord ) the man who threw Monnlhan out of thp window in a free nsrlit on Crown Mret al-iout three wro)(s nsi. !Miiiiihan'.i skull was fractured and Yik 1ms not. yt re,-overd riirtVlenilj to appear In court Poarf Klrdlps of llUsrty, la?, ent- hroidfll'Pd net, ptc. wetKhted at th" ends with heavy tnssals or ornaments, nrn now to he found In all the shops, I doubt If you ha.v ev?r sen so Rood a skirt for $5.00 as the mips of tine hpi-b and pauninn, In black whh h the How Stetson Co. ar selling. 1'hpy are th new full pored slylp, t ci. When one comes to thn subject "f 'funny buckles and ribbons, description loiters, for the buckles of the day si"' lepjon and are of all (trades of beauty and value. Many handnomo desfuns ai'n turned nut In old-fashlonei canr (o and In coral and th" semiprecious stones, and Imitations of these ston -s nrc used In every tmsulnahle way. Amethyst, topar., tourmaline, and chrypsoprnsp ar partleultirly liked by th dnsiRners, but of eourt'e a vast mil Jf.rlty of the designs are turned ml in cheap lniltatlons of these strjnen. Jl' Uil buckles of crent beauty without sto'.irs are, also mnd? nnd .lust n.nv V.rocefu" shapes In (fold or sliver. l'o-P-,.. of lines, hilt, beautifully rt'-h'"l o' i'i' t It'll- entire mtrfa"', are nni' ii .rrdred. H n 0 n H n ft a IX a a n n o n n n H n u ApppJiVs TTnllne. The rnliiiE of the probate court In j-oynovlnff Anthony Skinner a enn irvntor over bl son Allen, was n pealed by Mr. Skinner to th superior court. PrnnVld Appeal. Another Frohnte eonrt nppnl was taken by Charlps ScoOeld In remoilnij hlni as (riiardlnn of his four-year-old rtantrhtpr Olive, Wants M5.000 Pnmncres. Mrs. Helen Onnrierson, widow of rirloff (riindprson of New York, has bronchi suit apalnst .Tohn M. Tyson of Greenwich for $"5,000 In killing hr.r husband 1n an fltitomoblln aeel dnt in Xew York. The suit Is rp tnrna.ble In the T'nltPd Ptat"S circuit court. Omnion Plm rnc. At th "sslon of the common ples criminal court before .ludtre Plmpson, Frank Cumnilngs, 14 years old, charg ed with theft, was sentenced to the rpform school. John J. Moran, liuuor dealer at 709 Consrress avenue, wss flneii $10 ind costs for violation of the Unuor !nw m August 2. Andrew Fwensun, chnrn"fl th dl.s--harxInK firearms within the city lim its, forfeited bis bond of $200, furn ished by Feter 3. McNerney, Xh" ri of the scarf girdh' and th dlrcetolr waist line have, of course, shut the helt nnd buckle off from re-, tain ues once theirs, but beautiful buckles or ornaments are beluE u'd In connection ultb some of the direc tolre (jlrdles. anions th'm handsonv KOld-f mhroldcred motifs tet 1nvsli,1 in metal, pome of these embroidered ornaments prleam almost like Jnvif witn ninny rich colors and lib -terns of metal thread. Tlie fall millinery 1s ful nlrhlns Ihe earh- shoppers with food for exdt' ment anil gossip, and while these enrh' niori1s nre nlwnis to be taken nilh tlio prorblal (train or salt one may K3.1n from thent some Idea of the In tentions of the master inllllnrs of Paris. Many of the sliapes popuHr ; this smiiipr reappear in winter cuis. : with th" pxtravannntly wide, low crowned flat shapes which "ere a late summer Idea definitely 1n .ildence. fihapes covered with s.i'ln. with velvet, with uncut velvet ami nllh lieay lui troui corded silk rivallnc the felts and beavers are Imb ed 1n the ma.lor tv so far, nnd wines, ostrich plume?, aim-eta, scarfs, vehct, ribbon", flower', nil have their share In the tvlmmlnss. WAM'.NT.W ri;AV(ili()lNrt. j Now that the city estimates hnv been adopted hy 1h Ivuird of alder- j men, there ts no little interest In 1ii"t enterprises which failed of 'adoption. , One of the ptk tnsMeri of interest.: iilthoiiRlt It was not Included In th" ' present estimates, in that of ncnnlrhr.t j land near Kast I'.oclt fur a playground, irar.'i'le and athletic grounds Henry F, ' ICiikIIIi, secretary of the park hoard in speakinc of this prn.lect yesterday said th" city should loe no time In acquiring this traet of about ;o acres The tract 1 bound' d by the Kipl p,o.-k park on on" siile. 'ew. Hock and Syc amore streets. Mr. Knpllsh Is heartily in favor of adding this tract to the park lands and believes It should b" acquired before ihere s any mere hnll'lini? In that vl. lnlty. This tract Is the upland territory near the park. n n n n n n n n n H IX a a a J3 H a a is a n n n n H a a a a a a a a a a a The Very Best $25.00 Suit Money Can LOTS of women don't care to go higher than $25.00 for a Suit. We market especially for these. Going to leading Fifth Avenue tailors who make extra cPFnrts in Rnccialiin? Suits to retail for $25.00. fiettintr them tn IntrnHitrp fpaturp! nf efvlo anH rnc,anro nn...n.. i o - - . ' 9 -------- - 2 , , .&t4x-o aiiy only touna in nigrier-priced suits, inus making this iHfc IJLACJb Ur PLACES to get censidcrably more than your whole money's worth for $25.00. Here arc striking instances, really remarkable values, which include a rare " Sample Line " bargain in $25.00 Suits. WOHK (V stht;ti. T'otk has been started by ttie cm- i nei tlcut company on Its lniirovenienls I at. rttand avenue and Slate street,; where, the highway has been torn up i for about six weeks. The street Is In 1 be paved at this point ami the work : has been delayed because the mater ', 1als needed by the trollny company In i Its work were tint at hand. i a a a a a a a a a a a a a : a 1 a a a n ! a ' a a 1 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a i y w j? lily No Charges For Alterations On These $25.00 Suits. Stunning Sample Suits While They Last Entire line, 32 in all, made up in chic Chiffon Broadcloth in about 25 of the latest models, some trimmed with satin braid or buttons to match, some strictly tailored and some few with the new Persian trimming. Medium and long coats, fitted and semi-fitted. worm nothing less than $37.50 at regular selling. J These Suits At $25.00. coats, circular gored skirts, with and without fold, guaranteed satin or taffeta linimz. new v.aiawDa, omoKe, wisiana, lavy, DiacK ana unve ureen. INow $25.00. Very, very smart strictly tailored Broad- )0- In the cloth Suits. Semi-fitting- to 50-inch $2?).00 For These Suits. Fmpirc and Dircctoire Suits, in Broadcloth and Unfinished Worsteds, some vith large revers and self colored buttons. $25.00 For These Gowns. Messaline Princess Gowns, in Light and Smoke Gray, Yellow, Light and Electric Rlue, Reseda and Nile Green, Navy Blue and Rlack; waist of fine tucking with yoke of tucked net and lace bands ; full lencth sleeves ; full tucked skirt with button trimming. $25.00 For These Suits. A very smart line of Mannish Mixtures and Stripes, in Grays, Greens, Blues, Browns and Un finished Worsteds, with satin collar and cuffs, circular skirt. $25.00 For These Gowns. Princess Gowns, In Green, Navy and Light Blue and Black Cashmere ; waist trimmed with soutache braid and yoke of Valenciennes insertions; elbow sleeves; full gored and panel skirt, also deep fold at bottom. Money Saver. The Little Mallev Home Savings Rank to keep in the house and drop in the nicKles and dimes. FOUR PI'R CENT INTKREST. For every dollar hanked with us, computed and pay able every three months. No deposits over 5250.00. Give you even- convenience and attention in the Rank ing Dept. Banking flours 9:00 to 5:30. Saturday till9:00 T. M. BMalleYC $1.50 Chemise for $1.19. They are good laundered Chemises which are made of soft French Nain sook in twelve different pretty styles, all of which arc brand new and up-to-date. They are extra heavily embroid ered at the neck and arm-eyes. Ad mirers of fine undergarments will re cognize them Instantly as $1.50 values. French Gowns $1.89. Two dozen hand-embroided Gowns, made of Prench Cambric, Chemise style, low neck, with hand embroider ed floral design in front, hand scallop ed neck and sleeves. Regular $2.50. French Hand-Made And Hand-Emhroidered Lingerie. A remarkable collection, "remarkable" for its beauty, variety and price-fairness. Drawers, Gowns. Corset Covers, Chemises, Skirts and Matched Sets that have been perfectly made and daintily em broidered by the hands of artist-needlewomen are presented in de lightful profusion. Some of them will sell at special prices tomor row. Read below for details covering that and other points. Long Skirts $2.50 to $12.95. Short Skirts $1.50 to $2.95. Gowns $2.50 to $12.00. Corset Covers $1.85 to $4.50. ChcmisCvS 79c to $6.50. Drawers $1.50 to $6.50. " Webster Day " At Malley's. In the book section wn celebrate the 150th birth day of the big dictionary- mnKer, witn me ottering of a very handy Little Webster At 80. 32,000 words. 700 engravings, bound In cloth, good paper, well printed, convenient desk size, or for ths children to take to school. Interesting photos of "Webster" relics showing in Book Section. Three Piece Sets $9.00 to $25.50. Gown, Chemise and Drawers, made of an excellent quality of Nainsook; gown and chemise tucked and em broidered at neck, trimmed with Val lace insertion and edging, finished with ribbon beading; drawers made full and trimmed with embroidered flounces , that are finished with rows of Val lace. French Drawers $1.50. Good Full Drawers that are made of long cloth and trimmed with hand embroidered flounce. This offer Is an excellent value at $1.50. A Well Furnished a i a nome ltlWHMHMtMiWMt vyll Shop 11" .Utttrrtnr flrrnratorn The Shop employs thor oughly skilled mechanics as well as artists for euch branch of its work. Our workmen arc skill ful as well as though! ful Si execute their work without unnecessary litter with little inconvenience to the household. HbtjlmStUkvBautn makes housekeeping: a delight. We can furnish your house in every department at minimum cost and allow you the privi- lege of weekly or monthly pay-: merits, if you desire. If yon are in need of Carpets, iRugs, Window Shades, Lino jleums, Oil Cloths or Mattings,'1 wc can please you. If you desire Furniture, .much or little of any grade or style, we can suit you. i If you require a heating Stove or P.ange, we have the very best, sure to satisfy you , in every way, and at the very; BRIEF MENTION. i lowest price. a a a a a a ft a a a a a a a a a a a a ON THE SECOND FLOOR Special Sale of High Grade Ruffled Curtains $1.39 pair. Made of the sheerest and softest quality of Curtain Swiss, superior manufacture with taped scams and expensive lace inser tions ; 2 1-2 yards long, full width, gener ous hemstitched ruffles. Regular $2.25 a pair. Sale Price $1.33 a pair. Tapestry Brussels Carpet At 59c a yard. All Wool, good quality, fast colors, In tasteful effects, suitable for h alls, stairs and rooms. Regular value n5c a yard. Axminstcr Rugs $11.25. 7 ft. fi in. x 10 ft. 6 in., high grade fabric, in Oriental designs, with border at each end; fine colorings. Usual $17,50 value, M Redfcrn " Whalebone Corsets. Dircctoire Models. Model 46, a new Dircctoire style, with an extremely long back for tall, medium size figures. The bust full, waist long and sloping. The long corset skirt extends beyond the line of the boning and can be drawn closely to fit the figure. Model 46 gives the graceful, slim figure lines demanded by newest dress modes and is exceedingly comfortable in, wear,sitting,walk ing or standing. Attached to the front and sides of the corset skirt arc three sets of hose supporters, to assist in holding it in perfect shape. These supporters are of fine wide elastic with rust-proof buckles and the famous " Secur ity " Rubber Button. Model 46, White Coutille $4. Expert corsetieres always in attendance to fit these Corsets. ON THE SECOND FLOOR Tapestry Brussels Rugs While They Last At $10.95. All Wool, tasteful designs and colorings, Oriental and floral patterns. Usually these Rugs sell rapidly at $14.50. Matting Samples 7c each. Samples of high grade Japanese Matting, size 36 x 36 Inches, very durable quality. Serviceable for floor mats, splashers for washstands, etc. Worth 25c to 35c yard. Axminster Rugs $2.50. Oriental designs, beautiful colorings and reliable grade, Intended for 36 x 72 in., but turned out a little short ; otherwise perfect In every respect. Regular price $3.95. a; a a m Iff: a.; n. a" a r ; r r B B a a: a: a a- a a B a; ft aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.aaamsiiniEsi3aMaaaanaaaHHaaiaffHnHaaaasiMMBaaaBsiaeiHaiiriivi ! i Grown & Durham Complete House Furnishers. Orange and Center Sta. High n'Hter to-ilnv (it. 1 . r-p. tn , ,''.'ih rniclmcni S:n- heen i,-.M'"t In Mii Kulli K"ul:, principal in thn lii'iiH .Ihiiii m i I" M"K. Th .Irllla t 1 'r'-h;iri ,-t i .-nt larti'inl, Iphvcji tn-rlnv iiiin"ii''" fill M'livlm " ! 11 1 1 1 k . n "n lh, h'-ir,!"!.-.' Kui'riii'Hii trip, &Ue v; . 1 1 1 .-. ,is wi'i'ks, h n.l rliiriPK iiili"!' ?, nn'l nlll ''"iiiiini" iinl'l M.iv h :: I , mi ininit' lr.vii .-:-' i . 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