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SATURDAY, SIlC 'gjfmiag gfOiltailJ-COMtltll OCTOBER 24, MI.
FIRST BIG RALLY NORTON MUST PAY KUMMMflMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMfl HUMMUS MM MMMMMMM )S0l5Krant(I3f5?jIMraRnnnnilWMB,lW)aB'' UP IN 30 DAYS Initial Meeting of Choral Union to Be Held on Thursday Evening. PROF. PHELPS TO PRESIDE He und Scvrrnl Other Speakers tie Jlrnrrl Plans fur the Season. President of National Mercan tile Company of Hartford So Ordered by Su perior Court. MUST GIVE UP $15,000 Thn big rally nlnht for tin- li rr-t Mertlng of (he Nosalon for thn Poonle'h Chora Union, will talm placn on Thursday Ontolmr 2D, at r'ity 'MiKslon hall, OranRfl Htwt, at 8 o'clock. The most, mapmotlo sprakir of the flay, Profni'sor William Lyons Phelps, who tl president of tho orRnnl.ntlon, will make Ihi opening address, followed by Professor .lopHon, vice-presidnut and conclnolnv; Professor W. E. lfae.seh, soloist, havn offord to sing and n-lien tho voting and business part is settled the wholo sx;lrt y with thn assistance of various other Rodetlws, who have voted to attend this meeting in a body, will sins?. "Thn TIeavenR Are Setting," from Hayde'n Creation will bo given. Each former member Is requested to hii present and to bring In a new singer. The seats for the season will he arranged as soon as the division officers find out the definite numbers of the singers. Any further Information ea.n he found from Mr. William K. Haeselie (conductor), 19 Whitney avenue; (Mru. Frank C. Porter, Bradley street; .Mrs. ill. Grant Thompson. Whitney avenue; Mrs. Henry W. Famam, Hlllhouse avenue; Mrs. Irving Fisher, Prospeet street; Mrs. George B. Martin, Col tags treet; iMrs. Arthur Merrill, Trumbull .street; Mr. John T. Ely, Mrs. Henry j-.npusn, ftiunouee avenue; Mrs. Wil liam E. TTapaha, Mrs. James Hlllhouse. Prof. O. D. lAvrtng. who Ter.ntly re signed from the ehelr of chemistry at '.Cambridge. England, hid acted In that capacity for forty-seven yir. He w.is succeeded by W. Jackson Pipe, from 'the University of Manchester. Women's Ailments are many and peculiar. At times they so disorganize the system that the general health is impaired and weakened. When women 'feel nervous and debilitated, or suffer with sick headache and depression, lllteli Over Attorneys Engaged by the Defendant Xnrton First (ilven a Week In Which to Tay Vp, Hartford, Oct. 23.-Ij. B, Norton, president and treasurer of the National Mercantile company was ordered by Judge shumway in the superior court ! here this afternoon to pay $15,000 to the j receivers of that, company within thlr-j ty days with the further statement that If a settlement was not made by the expiration of that time the court would ; use all means within Its power to col- j lect it. The court first ordered Norton j n R M 0 n M n M U 0 H n M H M n vrill promptly relieve tliese unpleasant symptoms, and do much toward restoring healthy conditionstothevaripusorgans. For backache, dizzy spells, feeble blood, stomach weak ness, constipation and other distressing ailments, Beech am'e Pills are a reliable preventive and A Natural Remedy ' Sold BfMKrwtwre. Id bene. lOo. end 2So. to pay tho amount within a week or i submit to a Judgment for it, but after listening to a plea by Norton that he; be allowed all the time possible modi-. fled his order by extending the time j to thlftty dfl.ye. I Tho matter cam up on the motion , citing Morton and his wife Into court ' ,to shoj reason, why they should not be 'adjudged lu contempt of court for , alleged' failure to ltup to the agree-! meot; made"w1th tl;e court to pay over $15,000 and surrender all'stock held hy ( them In the 'atloijal ' Mercpjjtile rpm pajy. Since that agreement was made' Norton discharged 'his attorney, Noble K. Pierce and retained Charles E.- Per- kins. Mr. Perkins asked the court to! postpone the hearing a3 he desired to plead, and after some argument the court over-ruled tho motion for post ponement. Receiver arren R. Fairfield of Maine was In eouTt and protested against fur ther continuance. He said tho delay would be a hardship to both the stock, holders and creditors of the company. Attorney Pohertson. representing the ancillary receivers said that 1f the agreement made with the Nortons was not. lived up to, and If new issue;-, were raised, the peal would be removed from the lips of Norton's former attorney, Mr. Pierce, and he would be called upon to inform the court, as to the. revelations made to him by Norton. He further stated that the rearon that Mr. Pierce had been dlschnrgd as conns"! by Norton, was became he Insisted upon living up to the terms of the agreement as ratified by the court. In overruling the motion lo postpone, the court said It was not. the duty of the receiver to give Norton any fur ther consideration after the agreement had been ratified by the court. Norton was then called to the witness stand and sworn. During his recltaj nf the conferences which lead up to the settle, ment, the name of C. F. King of Ro ton was frequently mentioned. He went Into the details of the legal con ferences and said that he was very fearful as to the punishment that rnlsht he meted out to him if he did not sign over his home in cttlemnt of all criminal and civil suits against him. He dl sod. but later a settlement upon the bals of $tS,0ftfl and the surrender of all stock held by himself and wif was mads, with the distinct understanding thfc.t all criminal prosecutions were to be withdrawn ' Tt transpired during the course of the hearing that the criminal cases would be nolled. The court thereupon asked Norton If he was able to raise $15.O"0. He said he didn't know, but probably with the assistance of friends he could. The or der of the court was then given. ilIHWlMMWHXIKIHei All I A 8 'Ghompson fnl V Shop V Decorators & Furnishers If you ate searching for special draperies, rugs, pic tures, chairs or bits of decora tion of any kind to match or harmonize with other furnish ings, we will gladly undertake to secure them for you. Tfje nominal cost for our services will be far below the expense of your personal search. il n m r i BOittATUAX NEGOT1 TIOXS. Return of Envoy from Constantinople Only for "Reporting. Pofta, Bulgaria, Oct. 2H.--The gov ernment Tias ordered M. Dtmltroff,, its special envoy to Constantinople, to return hejv for new Instructions. This has given rise to fears that the Tuno Bulgarlan negotiations looking to a settlement, of the trouble that has arisen from Bulgaria's sudden declara tion of Independence have become fu tile. But the government Insists that the negotiations bare not. been broken; they have only been Interrupted to permit the envoy to report Adequately In person. New Ranges The "Household Cabinet" Range, complete with gas at tachment, $63; without the gas attachment, $45. Every thing the best and the best of everything in the construction and arrangement of this range, The "Household Home," $49,20, is bound to be a popu lar range because of its grace ful lines and because "it is built to bake." The "Honest," the "Rugby" and the "New Special" are all old household fricnd3 that can be depended upon to do the best of work. The New Special is the low priced range, $22.50, without the high shelf. Free pipe and zinc this week, M M M M n M n M M n n M M n M n M m H H H n H n n M n n M M M M M n M M n M M M M H fl M M M M M M M M M M n M M M M M M M n M M M a 0 M M n M U M a u M U U Bsf-MALLEY(2' JS n r 1 irown & uurnam Complete House Furnishers. je and Center St$ The Metropolitan Store o f New Haven. 3fBar'MALLEYG- The Metropolitan Store of New Haven. The Bff-MALLEYG- A Hundred $5.00 Hats! Such a collection! Gems of the latest fashion In shape, material and color. Each model a distinctive art beauty conceived and carried out In excellent taste. Every Hat a Malley Millinery work room triumph. Just out of the milliners' hands. Excellent $8.00 Values. To Sell At $5.00 Apiece. Misses' and Children's "Pencoyd" Shoes, "Pencoyd" Shoes are famous for wear and are 25c a pair under the other makes of like "quality". Misses' Dongola Kid lace and button on broad toe last, extension soles and patent leather tips, low heels. Sizes 111-2 to 2 at $1.50. Sizes 8 1-2 to 1 1 at $1.25. Sizes 5 to 8 at $1.00. Collars At Half Price. Embroidered Linen Collars, manv pretty designs value zsc all sizes 12 to 16. At 12 1-2ceach. ATnunli niriimmt Salesmen's choice road samples of Men's JL U llC 11 JLUWIl Gloves. Famous Meyer make, second to none, from Maine to California. There are Cape, Dogskin, Mocha and Suede in Tans, Grays, Browns, Blacks and Whites ; some of 'em silk lined. Regularly $1.00 to $2.00, and mostly $1.50 and $2.00 Gloves. Come A a, QQ ruait around early and get first pick Saturday, , - JrkL Ot d. pull Coat Sweaters $L50 to $6 THERE'S a "crack-a-jack" show of Men's Coat Sweaters ready to look at. Best and biggest line in town and a dollar or so saved at every stage of the game. All the "popular capers" in Worsteds and All Wool Shaker Knit in plain Grey, Grey with Maroon and Navy borders, Tan, Green, and Imported Scotch "Heather" Mixtures. It's "do it now" time, while the lines are fresh and unbroken ! A Sweater 's first-rate these nights and mornings! "nippy" r r. 5r Overcoat Day! Here'sihree thumping good money-savings in some of the smartest Boys' Overcoat styles of the season. Boys' Overcoats $1.95. Russian Overcoats, 27 n ,the lot, Light and Oxford Gray and Blue Frieze, Scotch Tweed and Light Blue Kersey; with velvet collar, design on sleeve and fancy trimmed. Ages 3 to 6. Regular value $3.50. Boys' Overcoats $2.95. 38 Russian and Boys' Overcoats In Scotch Tweed, Gray Frieze, Blue and Bro vii Kersey, Fancy Mixtures, Do met Flannel lined, velvet collar. Rus sians 3 to 7 years, Boys' 13 to 16. Regular values $4.00 and $5.00. Boys' Overcoats $3.95. 25 Russians, 40 Boys', Tan and Brown Kersey, Red, Gray and Brown Astrachan and Gray, Bladk and Blue Frieze. Russians 3 to 7 ycars,Boys' 8 to 1 6. Regular $5.00 to $6.50. First Fall Sale of Women's Coats! Extraordinary Bargain Introduction to New Haven's Most Representative Coat Stock. U1 "PON the firing line Saturday ! Selected special values in many of the smartest and most stylish Coats of the season. ' Coats built by the great Coat specialists ot the day, whose designers design nothing but Coats, shown in a complete Coat-division of the Ready-to-Wear section. Every garment a fresh modish style of the period, PERFECTLY CUT, PERFECTLY MADE, PERFECTLY FITTING. Coats for every kind of wear, from the convenient "utility" up to the richest evening wrap. Style-exclusiveness in a conspicuous feature of the UNUSAL VALUES OFFERED in this sale. Style, we own for New Haven, not found elsewhere. It's to be a BIG COAT YEAR ! Take time by the forelock and get ready for it now ! $15.00 Cravenerte ' Raincoats $9.75. Full, loose style, with large sleeves and arm-scyes. Coat that will fit properly over another coat; Tan and Olive. Rubberized Silk Rain Or Auto Coats $13.75 Loose and semi fitted' dou ble breasted style, plain and novelty silks; all coats treat ed with best grade rubber coating; all seams cemented in addition to being sewed. A Striking Innovation At $15.00. We bring out a new idea that will probably be wide ly accepted men's wear mixture coats, with hih crush velvet collar. $22.50 Semi-Firted Empire Coats $15.00. Black Broadcloth, Satin and Persian trimmings, with guaraniesd satin lining,blue, black and brown. $29.50 Semi-Fitted Evening Coats $25.00 Spot-proof Broadcloth, in a great variety of evening shades, large armholes, full sleeves, interlined withCan ton flannel, some lined with matched Peau de Cygne, others in contrastingshades. Evening Capes Of Broadcloth $32.50 In pastel shades, interlin ed and lined with guaran teed white satin. Shapely Full Length Coats $25.00. A style that gives special shapeliness at the waist and over the hips, Empire back, Directoire collar, lined with Skinner Satin to the waist. Directoire Broadcloth Street Coats $18.50. A custom tailor to produce this coat would probably charge not less than $30.00. The style is a $48.50 model, in Black, Blue, Smoke and Red. At $18.50. $25.00 Shortwaisted Broadcloth Coats At $16.50. For stout women; sizes 31 to 43; fly front; tailored flap pockets, 30 in. long; a model particularly adapted to women who require fulness over the hips. , Plain Tailored Coats Of Broadcloth $35.00 With Directoire Revers, satin lined. Special Coats for Misses! Money-savings of equal merit for the Girls In new smart modish coats. Choice garmentsturned out by spec ialized Girls' coat makers. Selected values specially provided by the largest Girls' Wear department in your store. 18.50 Misses' Mannish 1 A A A Mixture coats now at A"VJvF Loose, semi-fittlni styles, man-tailored, lined with guaranteed satin. Including many styles for small women. At $10.00 yon will see many styles. 15.00 Misses' Princess Coats with Directoire lines, Of Kersey, Broadcloth and Mixtures. At $12.50 you will see many styles. At $15.00 you will see many styles. I t ) t X h - if' Women's Warm Winter Wear Home. ffKS We haven't shown it you yet? Come along Saturday and get acquainted. You'll find yourself right in close touch with all the dainty new housewear warm things. Lots of room and time to show and serve you. Speeding Women's Sweater Exhibit you '11 want to see. Long Fleecedown Kimonos. Blanket Robes $3.95 up. Excellent quality, wel made, high or low neck, cleeves with tight turn hack cuff or loose sleeve, stitched satin trimming and heavy wool girdle. Navy and Red, Red and White, Grav and White. Light Blue and White, Pink and White, Copenhagen and White, Copenhagen 8nd White, Copenhagen and Red, Gray and Light Blue. And House Gowns, in twenty-five differ ent styles, in beautiful patterns and all the new shades, including hoth light and dark colors. Empires, Loose Kimonos, Bath Robes, Pull man Robes, high or low necks, long or short sleeves; sizes 34 to 44. At $1.19 to $3.95. Coat Sweaters $2.95 up. Made of heavy or light weight yarn, plain or fancy weave, in several patterns, full box style or fitted. Plain White, plain Gray, White with Tan or Light Blue trimmings, Tan with White About fifteen different stvlesto select from; siz es 36 to 44. At $2.95, $3.95, $5.00, $5.95, $6.95 and $7.50. $1.25 Misses' Petticoats At 95c. Black Mercerized Satteen, or Fancy Stripe Skirting, shirred or plaited flounce. Striped ones have ruchine of plain color to match. Lengths 32, 34, 36 and 38. Regular $1.25 values. At 95c each. Women's Bath Robes $3.95. Made of All Wool Ripple Eiderdown, In Light Blue, Pink, Gray and Red, with satin trimmings and heavy girdle. At $3.95. Others up to $7.95. Hair Goods. We assure you that fine quality Hair Goods were never before ob tainable at such low prices as will prevail this week. Switches, 16- and 18-in., short stem, long hair, 69c. Natural Wavy Switches, 24-inch, short stem, $2.89. Very fine quality Gray Switches, at $2.49 and up. Small Natural Wavy Pompadours, 39c each. "Merry Widow" Puffs, eight in a set, at $1.25. The new "Cluster" Puffs, Special Price $1.98. Everything Baby Needs Mother Will Find! IN the snug little Baby Store right next ' Elevator, Main Floor. Saturday's always a special "Baby Day" at Malley's. Here's how we '11 make it so this time ! Bearskin Coats $2.95. In White and colors, plain or striped, made box style with turn over collar ; lined thmyut. Sizes 2 to 5 years. Reg ular values $3.95. At $2.95. Astrachan Coats $1.95. In Navy and Red, sizes 2 to 5 years. Regular values $2.95. At $1.95. Infants' Caps 25c. White Bearskin and Corded Silk Caps, trimmed or plain. Regular 39c. Coat Sweaters 95c. Children's, made with high or V neck, plain or fancy weave, Red, white, Gray or Navy ; sizes 16 to 28. Worth $1.25. Short Coats $1.00. Infant's Bedford Cord Coats, made with cape collar ; lined thruout. Rtu lar $1.39 values. At $1.00. Infants' Sacques 25c. White Flannel Sacques and Nightin gales, pink or blue shell edge. 39c value ryj oj Chrysanthemum Day" Saturday, big cut blossoms, white & colors 5c each M Little Nemo " Hats $1.29 each. The latest in "telescopes", for'the little fellow. New Greens, Gras, Cocoas, fancy band and cord; very smart and dandy. Value $1.50. With the Books. Some of the best sellers. Attractive copyright form, well bound, hand somely illustrated. DIVA'S RUBY, one of Marion Crawford's most fascinating stories. At $1.12. ;" Some Ways of Cooking Eggs and Cereals ", Public Cooking Lecture by MissKath arine L. Bishop, Saturday at 2:30 P.M." Model Kitchen". i f ! ' IMt. LAM S H'U'in.V r he Mir'-, i on-, of P'M- rr. 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