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1W MOR!niT" JOTOtT AL-COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1808.
Autumn Our Our Autumn stocks are ready to supply every need. They are attractive in variety and quality and the prices are so rea sonable that they are also Inviting. Some of our goods are worth more than Is asked for them others are better quality than usually offered at the same price. Ready-to-Wear Costumes New costumes for Fall and Winter, for street, house and evening wear. Prices SI 0.50 to $27.50 Dresses for Juniors Cloth Dresses tor young girls, the Jumper styles with coat very much In demand. The Ladies' Home Journal November Number Now on Sale. ."actl.".! Tninga, Thr is sonr? good fiction In The t-Artiwi' Homo Journal for NovcmJ.er. but tnoro aro lv. some practical things thii t h;it ysf. on havu n'h, orty Cln'n wave Out" by Laura A. 5fTit fff ari.lfli. Miss $Ti!tn la a girl who made h t ".r of the churches for The Journ.il, and you i cminb.T how Interesting that was. The Journal. Itself. Is on sale copy, or we will ta!;e your annual subscription and have The Journal mallod to you regularly each month, at $1.50 per year. Notion and Upholstery Sales Continue Saturday. OBITUARY NOTES Mrs. Thomas rowers. .'Mrs ,Ann Sheridan Powers, widow of homsk Powers died at lier home, ITS 'ilve street, late Thursday evnin?, at- j fr a liiifierlns Illness. Mrs. Powers was! Ijirn 'in Ireland, but had resided In this. i .. ..,n,.i.. nil v,. fn onri ror ov..t iari had been an ertifylmj member of j .fn u o .Mn ( th . . I il Ll H r. i- I 'M 1 mi . T.''. il U.---- HI II'- I I'n'ft ..........u Irish, Mrs. Powers possessed a large l 'imhor of friends, and when news of j ili- death hecame known the family j (J're the recipients of numberless mes jges of condolence. i'li piiK'ue litolilent to fiineriil Her- iice in ninny tlim1 n hrnvy burden, oe. prrinii. tin It orlen iiopk iiereiaiy y.il lifter long pei'loil of lllnen. It li 1 ir rtriilr ti he known nn eonnldernte I our cliiirKi'n, mill eNpeelttlly thoiiBlit. 1 I of the tunny i'nrr nnd ri'xiioinlMM 'ii vhli'h m miiHt nei'PKNnrll nminie (j miPli opcmIiii. iRAHVM IIAVF.S, 10IIH tlinpel St. Y. DEATHS.' PtAF:D In Yonkers, N. Y., Oetober 22. sjAlda f. Beard, widow of (he lats i. llvilllani A. Heard of Mil ford. Conn. 1'ipiernl services at her late residence, ii. 'MIH'ord, Conn., Monday at 2:3.1 p. m. ji. 024 2t H'TTLETON' In this city. October 22 t.'l 90S, (very suddenly) Edael F.. Ket r'lletun, HKfd years. i Inenil services will be held at his :f!ate residence. No. 205 English street, Sunday, October zri, at n;30 a. m. tui'lal In New Prttain, conn 0Z4 it 'lLKON Tn this city, October 21. '100S. 'i'.Tames P. Wilson, In the "6th year of rMl!5oiBPi..i.vl'e wtll he beM ,t IiIr "la to residence, No. 22 Brewster stree-, nn Puntlnv afternoon at. S o'clock. friends are Invited to attend. 023 Zt Clean House By the ;;snuine Vacuum System (iji.d it wili be done right. Don't :irow your money away on toys ','jith one or two inches of vac Li, m when it requires from 12 :i j 20 inches to do the work. THE !puum Cleaner Co. ii . ,JUus, Curpct. Furniture lleatied -j Wltlumt KmovL ; TEL. 2700. teWipii Season Advancing Stocks Inviting Garment News Embroidered Heatherbloom Petticoats at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.50 each. New today. Pony Skin Coats In lengths 30, 36, 45 and 50 at $37.50, 50.00, 55.00, 75.00 and $100.00. beau tifully marked. at our Ladles a mwmfmt ;l Home Pattern csunte,", each month, at I 3c pe.- Mrs. Towers Is survived by three daughters and one son, Mlsse Oraco nnd Florence Powers. Mrs. William J. Comlpkey and Bernard F. Powers. Ths funeral will take place at 2:M o'clock Sunday, and a high mass of re inlem will be suns; at Ft. Patrick's church Monday at 7 o'clock. .Tnnips P. Wilson. The funeral of James P. Wilson. "'how lMh occurred Wednesday, win be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock . . , rrnm h's resmence, 22 Brewster street. Mr. Wilson had been 111 for 12 weeks with stomach trouble. He was 75 years of nee and was born In Wol verhampton, England. He was a mem ber of Pulaski chapter, Royal Arch Masons, of Olive Branch lodn;e, F. and A. M-, of Ethel chapter, (irder Eastern Star, and of the pons of St. George. H' was an old employe of Winchester's factory and was a member of the United church. Mr. Wilson Is survived by one daughter, Mrs. George A. Krapp. Mrs. Croolln .7. Snmmes. The funeral of Cecelia J. Pammes, widow of Ca.pt. Henry Sammes, will be held from the home of hfr son, c. E. Humphrey, 223 Main street this after noon at 3 o'clock. The deceased was 77 ynirs of ag. Mrs. Alex. Pmnimonrl. The death of Jennlei Louise Pirum mond, wife of Alex. M. Drnmmond, oc curred In this city on Tuesday. Funeral servlcs were held at her late residence 4t Whalley ai-enue yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. John Anthony. fors. .Tohn lAnthony died late Thurs day night at her home No. 14 Stevens street, after a prolonged Illness. She was S7 years of ago and Is survived by her husband and one daughter. Th.fi funeral will take place from the late residence of the deceased at 8-00 o'clock tomorrow afternoon and the In-1 torment will be In Evergreen cemetery. Cox & Har.sse have charge of ths fun oral arrangements. STTtPOK TW TRAIN" OX TTtrSTLK Alex McDonald, a bridge carpenter, i was su'uck ny h train on tne weft river trestle yesterday morning, but escaped with two bad fea.-!p wounds. He was"repairing the trestle and climbed down between the tie to avoid the train. The steps of the train hit him. He Is t the New Ha ven hospital. CASTOR I A For Infante and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bews the Signature vt Silk Petticoats at $g 00 each. One hundred and eighty-two n e w SILK PETTICOATS In black and col ors, lengths 37, 38, 40 and 42 Inches, received Saturday. Compare with any $6.50 petticoat you ever saw. Ours $c: 00 each. 5.' Here are some other ti tles: "How to Protect Your Plants," hy Frances Dun can: "Good Things for Breakfast." by Maria Par loa; "Good Tasto and Bad Taste In Dressing the Hair." a series of pictures show lng ths different effects. Among the most practical things In the world am Th Ladles' Home Journal Pat terns. Moro and nuvo wo men aro using them st cessfully. YV want to help you; wo arj helping o'hor women utliizo these pa., terns. ou can -eo them at our counter. ! GRANTED A DIYORCE Mary Clark Adams Given De cree from Man With Whom She Eloped. CRUELTY THE GROUNDS Toxliliffl That He IVnt llir MHhln n Week After MimlnRt Two Other fuses. ' Mar;,- f'lark Adams, the Rehoolchi biiile of Kenneth Haynes Clark, was granted a divorce from hr husband in the civil side of the superior court by Judge Silas A. Robinson yesterday afternoon, on the grounds of intoler able cruelty. She tobl a ."lory of fre quent beatings that started in soon after their marriage in lflO.i. The couple eloped In 1005 to New York where they were married. She was then a student In the New Haven high school. Her maiden name was Mary C, Richardson. I'he two were married on October 12, litOS. Boon after, they Returned to New Haven. Mrs, Adams testified that her hus band struck and bent her within a week after they were married nnd that he afterwards treated her with great mmanty, neatins ann KicKin i tier on the simhtest or no provoca tion, and treating her badly lr other ways. He threw her niinlnst a stove on one occasion and ' flpsnulloii her in public on the street another time. As she Ik still a. minor, the suit was not brought tn her own name, but by her nrt friend, .leanetie Mary Mason. The suit was not contested, although It had been In th winter, but the defence was recently withdrawn, The husband is only just 21. years of ace, He has been paying alimony for snm time. flf, rasf' (f Qi'ivrtnn ina l.inidono nirnliiPt Giovanni I.aiullno .vns hi'irr1 nn thn fjvn'inrl nf i 1 1 1 1 n n 1 Intf Hip. i--ar''f divi iiiloli-.rri ; ci'i'lty. d1 or.-f from William .1. ! rby on th'' irronjvlP nf n.-f-'i'timi. S)l.- lhrrt ihat filn' had 1. f L him In Si-ptrm-i Ii';)', 1 ; o 4 , at bis ipi'iI,' r ami thai ho : Iim'I (jut Iht "at as hf '.vanlc'd to I rlii pf ln'r. ll'i lvi.1 tn.l h'T Ihnl. s-lv ! hV! hfttpr lray as hi' was th-cil of i hr niifl would he liapph'i' alnnf, !-'hc j tflM fhn went f Vpph)nc;ton an.-l rut timed Ihrer- tinis to try to uffurt j a rtrnni'DliiMi-,!;, l.,ut fallen oyeyy I time. Tho other four chpi-k on the ox I ?arU dlvurca list were postponed. xm: SEOAR SPECIAL HI (III , ) Y('ll-KlHmil Ht" The MAGNOLIA Iull-Vi'lli! "I'Mlm" 5c Hate by RTKAIMIT the Box) (Sump A GOOD EE GAR BARGAIN. frUUgon't Carnar, C'hnpi'l St., our. Orange. fios m r?i:i jiv nor soip. Voi'wnlk 'ilrl HikTIv Injured When Koiilo Turned Mor. Iip'I1 lu' .FiMirnnl-f 'nurUT.) .Vorwsttk, Oot. 23. Tht little three- vcar-nlil fl.i'iKhtfr of Mr. and Mrs. J, nob stolor. of pinttsvllle aveniie whs badly lurnr1 yeMerday at hr home by .1 pot of liot poup hflns? turned upon her. Mr?. Pteicer wis busy rnoklns the dinner nnd th largo pot of ponp upS'H from the ptovo onto , tin? dnughlot'. HlUlfi. Th' rhlld's fnee CFraporl ttv .sonldlns. but tlio body was covoioi! with !fir;o Misters. T'r, Hlt'dvoik was pnmmoiifil, anil tho b:irns woio bfindiifd up find th'1 child Is rpMiiK comfortably. Giti:r WMM Fs ins rioivo. I New York. rict. 22. Pl'lvfito Rpm-jh.-ird I.pIs'it, llattory It, Third FK-ld I Artlllory, V. H. A., rtatlonod nt Fort Mvcr, ' , bus hpn dlscharcrod "from I ihf army-according to nfflrlnl nn i nomirrmrnt at r,o'nnior'R Island and j P!itWP1 to fix months at hard lab. r j for vlol.tttni; tho slx-ly-pccond nrtl'do of War. In that hp did pat sreen oppRs ! this on a march of hip battery from Mount Airy, Md., to I.aytonpvlllo, Md. ' ltuband (Piitrrlnor thf hoiisp with ; ban "f fliP'ttnitsV I hroMRht hnni1! urn" moi'f. chp? tuits. d"ar. Wile ivraillv. without glancln? up ) j - 1 m I i st tn I n - JikIrp. FRUIT FACTS. We luno fifteen crates (if KocKy Ford .Melons nml rnnnot buy any more. We hiivo thirty baskets of. Vntlvc Miltc I'eiichcs nml they nro the last. VAe luiv"' Ciuii'oril, NIiikiiiii. Ca tawba, Tiiluiy ntul MiiIhk.ii tinipe. They wiTe iiovrr liner than this sen son. We Iiimo fnin-y N. V. Ptalo Quinces, lliierrn l'osc nml Vo Angelu Pears. Me Iiimp nil the staple Fruits. J B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. Regular Stand. Regular Stand. (9m i Saiis f u c I io n Gua ra n feed. Direct Importing Co., 71 ORANGE ST. M Tel. 3590 WfMJ lXz St. CODFISH TALK. We can talk Codfish because we have the good3. One, Pound, Boneless 13c Codfish Strips, same as the whole fish, only less trouble to prepare 3 -lb box absolutely bonekaa, HE F. I MARKLE CO. &ajzanh offer Stringlcss Beans , . . small, green, strictly stringless packed in full Quart (Mason) Glass Jars ..... c O cts. each State Street vas nor vi) HF.ru;. Norfolk, Va., Oct. nTho three masted sehooner Flora Rorti, Cupt, Invry, from Ci forgot own, 5. C, for New ITn vf-n, Conn., lumber ludon, wail: driven ashore mi Bodle't. island, N. C, 90 miles BoiMii of (.'ape Henry, . n,i -' j today, and now Ilea a complete wredt I on the boueh. TheR. H.Nesbit Co. Church nnd Klin (streets. BRANCH STORE, 275 ICdscwoofl Avenue. " A Combination hard to hrnt for n brenkfiii-t Is Dorr font Farm Sntisnce with Pancakes iniKle from real Old-I nshloncil Inick nheiit Fltir. When you rl'ico your order for theo don't forscf. to Include n bottle of Pure Vermont Maple Syrup or n r of Strained Honey. , IVerfnot Fnrin P!Uiii(te 27o per Ih fifes; nueliwheiit Flour 5o per lh pk Vrrinont Maple Syrup. .. ,50c per but Strained Honey. . . 15r and 2oc per Jar ,IOHNfiIH5ECT5.SON Cl ia VI CHAM X T. J i 60c Tea 24c loiiee ice 35c Liver Bacon We always figure to have a nice stock of fresh calf's liver and choice bacon on Fridays. The liver is Thursday's killing,! select and extra nice. It makes j a very palatable meal. Order j by 'phone or call for next week 10c per pound Educator brand. 60c 1 III iCCyS Call's j and oaintf Dishes GRAFF, FRUIT Very nice and solid. FANOAKES From Reliable Flour or Perfection Buck wheat. SAUSAGES Our OAvn make; very fine and delicious. BACON and CALVES' LIVER Very choice and tender. SWEET CORN FRITTERS Made from a can of nice Maine Corn. ORANGE MARMALADE This year's newly-made. SCOTCH OATMEAL In 5 -pound cans imported. MAPLE SYRUP Pure Vermont; heavy and very tasty. COFFEE Genuine Java and Mocha. SWEET CREAM and MILK From Fairlea Farm. v MINERAL WATERS Lithia and Cathartic. All the above are first class in every respect, and will be found very pleasing to the taste if tried. The S. W. Huriburt Co. 1074 Chapel St. J, QWiW , POULTRY CHEAP. SPRING TURKEYS We Turkeys. We have Fancy Roasting Chickens, 20c lb.; Young Tender Fowl, 18c per lb.; Long Island Ducklings, 22c lb. Sold full dressed. NEW RAISINS New layer per lb. New seeded and Not-a-Seed Raisins; Prices are lower than for some time. NEW CLOVER HONEY-20c DUFFY'S APPLE JUICE non alcoholic and a delicious dinner drink. Cut price pints, 20c, $2 25 per doz.; quarts, 35c, $3.50 per dozen. BIG CAULIFLOWER SALE almost your own price. Great big heads, 10c each. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Our fresh fruit and vege table list is a long one, and our prices are right. D. M. Welch & Son. FAfR IIAYF.. NEW Nituruny, . CHOICE ;i l. C. PFAFF 6 SON, the Best Meats 7-!) Church Street. 4 SCHO EN BURGER'S Headquarters 86 96 George Street. NOTICE. A full line of Fish for Sale at all our stores. We also have a very nice assortment of Fresh Vegetables such as Cauliflower Boston Head Lettuce String Beans Native Celery Lima Beans Spinach Corn JOHNSON 6 BROTHER OFFER FOi! SATURDAY OCT. 24, 1908. GROCERIES 50 cases Solid Packed Tomatoes at .15ctin 2 for . ..,25 r)ozen-1- -S1.25 25 case? T'-'rv fioicft Early June Peas at .15c tin 2 for .25 Dozen..... $1.35 200 pounds Choice Blend Coffee at ,5C Pound. 200 pounds Turkish Fulled and Layer Figs at. Poiind Social Brand Dutch Cocoa, full weight $ -pound tins 10 cases Ammonia, quart bottle ,22 WINES & LIQUORS 100 bottles full half gallons of Pure California PORT or CHERRY, full half gallon. ,60C "HAPPY DAYS" Brand Pure Rye, full quart fancy jugs i I Johnson & Brother 411-413 STATE STREET. for Breakfast, , t ... have a few very nice Spring' Raisins for Table use, 20c the round comb. in bottles (champaene style)! Long Island Cauliflower at HAVEN. WEST HAVEN. .... on. vi, oh. TclrpTione 1040. Yellow Globs Turnips White Egg Turnips Fresh Squash Hubbard Squash Pumpkins Radishes Egg Plant