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WEDNESDAY, , t l0ttlitl() fyfflWi'MWltl ' NOVEMBER 25, 1908.
NEWS OF THE COURTS Dr. Cohane Gets One Nickel on His $1,000 Suit Against Trolley Company. DOINGS IN REALTY As Through a Shop Window i c- Bar-M ALLEYS Esar-MALLEYCs- N Th Metropolitan Store of New Haven. C. E, Joy Drawing Up Plans for Four-Family Tenement for T, J. Hcmmeler. t mul fancy rucliint; combine nicely in tlm larne .la 1 .t s 1 1 sc. 1 fur wear with the open-front (llrci't'.ilre rnat, At "Give "Thanks" Prices ! Coats! wing liussinn violets Imheililed In velvet BURGLARS BOUND OVER h aves and a quin.e,, of miniature , ,ah-: HOUSE FOR 0. W. PLATT lMshnp IMsclmrgrri Illumes Jlorse in Countcr-Sull Sues Ilencfit Society. The Jury In common pinna yester day awarded a vrdlot of five cents and costs to Dr. Timothy Column In hla suit ajr&lnst. the Connecticut com pany, The Butt was for $1,000. Costs amount to $7n. Dr. Colin np bonrded a car at the corner of State and Chapel treet. several months ago. lie receh-pd a transfer to Howard avenue punched 9:30 when It was 10:30. He was forced to pay another fare on this, and so brought suit, The Jury found that the first conductor was at fault In punching the ticket. Bound Over nn Burglary ("linrgc. Jeremiah Williams and Christopher Donnermua were bound over to the superior court in the city court, on charges of burglarizing a store run by A. Ginsberg on Gregson alley. They aro said to have sold shoes that were stolen from the store. They claim some one else did it. Mont Suspect Discharged. Frank H. Bishop, who was charged vith stealing meat, was discharged. It was alleged that he took a, team be longing to Patrick Fahy and drove off with several pieces of meat In the wagon. nun in i i ' l i ' ' 1 1 1 i i ' i r i i 1 1 k i ' 1 1 r (litt i thf most pnjtiilnr. A fashionable kind of blu.'isli pur ple with a dash of gray In Its com position Is for some unexplained rea son known as "midnight" purple. One of the peculiar trimmings of the season Is a thick row of satin apples placed around the crown of a large drooping brimmed hat. The style on which this trimming was used was one similar to a Gainsborough. For the middle-aged matron was shown a coat of dark pray with folds of emerald green and green fringe. Tlv- green wus softened with a touch of silver-white frost work that brought the trimming Into better har mony with tlio coat material. It was further trimmed with small black buttons, liamlvinie Dwelling in Milfonl Two Double Houses on Knivvnrll Street, C. li. Joy has been engaged as archi tect for a house for T. ,1. llemoieler at llfl (loffe stivut. This will be a four family frame dwelling, the rooms in a family. It wil be 3fi by 7fi feet. Williams and Allen are drawing up plans for State Senator Omar YV. riatr. house In Milfonl. This Is to be In handsome Colonial style and will be commenced shortly as the plans are completed. It will have a quaint porch and old-fashioned seats with high arms. Bnssptt Confessed, Frederick Bnsfett confessed to steal ing $7 and whiskey from A. J. Shee han's saloon. He was fined $5 and ent to Jail for ten days. Blames Horse. Peter La Croix has brought suit against Charles H. Tibbltts, which Is being heard In common pleas court now, for $500 damages to his horse In a smashup with the defendant's automobile In Walllngford. Tlhbltts returns with a $500 counter claim blaming La Croix and his horse for damages to hjs auto. Sups Society. Rocco Inbrlam is to hrlng suit in the city court for J!)0 against Society Provenela dl Aveiino. This Is for ben efits claimed when the plaintiff w,i3 sick. A Jumper dress of pale-blue cloth was trimmed down the sleeves from elbow to wrist and around the yoke with large black velvet buttons. The front of the short bodice showed black embroidery. It was worn with a narrow black belt and short white I yoke and collar. The hat was black. An apricot oh:;..'n hroadcloth had the front of the waist cut In Vene tian outwork to better display the nprb'ot satin lining. Over the yoke outlines was a splendid pattern f ap ricot applique, showing semiprecious stones, of amethyst and emeralds. The small round joke and sleeves were of white chiffon, hut the collar was bended with an apricot, band of vel vet. studde.1 with emerald Jewels. The hat was of apricot velmir, banded with white velvet ami an Immqi " white gournh'and emerald buckle. Persian effects are still good and are conspicuous among the best mem bers of trimming collections. Onn of the most chnrniing class of trimmings is the one In which ("me headwork plays a Ini'K''' part. In these trim mings tine silk braids of exquisite weave furnish outlines and the bead., a solid filling for the centers of mo tives and for borders. The loveliest greens, blues, rose colors, etc., are worked nut in t,hcsc braids and beads. The solid headwork of to-day Is not embroiderer! on a background like In dian work, hut is mad In woven and strung patterns, the result of llchtrr effects. John Gruher Is building a two-family frame house on Hrownell .street near Maple street, as Is also Samuel C. lius sell In the same block. Both houses are to have bay windows on the tildes, 13 rooms, and will he 12 by 4S feet. M. V. liuhino will be building mason for each. Mary E. f'lark will restore the part of her house at 2oS Pine street that was burned by fire. F. T. Clark Is carpenter. Ille.l in the NAB MORE COt; XTEttFEITKTl S. Chicago, Xov. 24. Late last nlcht t was announcer! that T. W. Becker, a railway mall clerk, was arresteri at Jollet, 111., and P.tehard Moore was arrested at Strator, III., In connection with th supposed counterfeiting op eratlons which are under Investigation by government officers. Nine arrests In all have been made. feet. W illiam A. et. i Hrndsky, s iv Hot. ilia ce F AGREMENT SIGNED. Heriin, Nov. zi - The n.rreenint to ' larbltrate the Casablanca im-id nt b- j t ween France and Germany - the cas 'of the (T'rman deserters from the for-! j oiirn legion of the French army, who i i sought tlio aid of the German consul: i at Casablanca to escape from Morocco ! was signed here to-day. HINDIS FOND OF NDV Vancouver, li. c., Nov, 24. Two thousand Hindus In British Columbia whom the Dominion government wish es to transport to British Honduras, lcFt they should become a public charge In Vancouver and Westmins ter, have declined tu move. Personal Attnt1on to All Tastes. 838 Chapel St.. over Phelps" Studio. Before Retiring Any unpleasant after effects from a late supper may lie quickly dispelled, and restful sleep assured by taking a dose of the world-famed correctives pvoiAi i rWiThankso' v no' l2fl ... . ---jfe' S06C13K O Thompson O :v Shop 1V Decorators & Furnishers If you have a room to treat, send us your plans, descrip tions of what you have, what you desire to do, what you wish to expend, the fashion 4!: size of your room, wood-work finish, etc., & we shall be glad to submit samples & special schemes for your approval. A Household Range, the "Euilt-to-Bake" kind, No. 8 18, with cabinet base and ele- vated shelf, set up with pipe and zinc free, $29.00. A box seat polished golden oak Dining Chair, per set of six, $14.50. The following papers wer office of the town clerk: Quit Claim Ilee-U. Sumner T. Thayer to Kliz., p, Hay den, State street, 3". feet. Francis A. Ailing to .hilia V. Saund-fiv-. Fountain street, ,-,n feet. John B. Saunders rt ux. to Burton L. Newton, Fountain street, :,u foot. Joseph Welssmann to liebccea Brod sk.V, Gregory street. 0 feet. Margate! Hlnes In Carlo Toscano, et us., Market street, 30 feel. Vlticcn.o Ferric to Carlo 'bwntin et ux.. Market .street, 30 feet. Connecticut Savlncs bank to Mary K. I hompson, Wirk street, n- Nalfonal Savings Hank to Granville. Fast Mrcd, jii fr Joseph Porter to llebecc.i Gregory street, in feet. i 'ophle B. Koehler 1o Ft atv ton. Henry slreet. 32 fret. Therein Gugenhelm t.i W Clark. Chapel street, r.n feet New Haven Saving'; Hank to Mary Lynch. Main street, 3H feet. Ilayne dorm to lluld.i Frederick, West street. 3il feet. George D. Wntrous to Jacob V,. Blati'hley. Haven street. S7 feof. Margaret Molloy to Pauiltm Molloy, St., John Street, 41 fret. Elliot Morse to Pauline Molloy, St, John street, 41 feet. Pauline Mnlloj to lnnas nod Nettl- ton, St. John Street, 41 feet. Pauline Molloy to Mary Mollny, St John Street, 41 feet. Mary Costelln to Pauline Molloy, John street, (1 feet. Margaret ,j Downey tn Pauline Mol loy, St. John street, 41 feef. Mortgage Dev, C. and F TiiM-ano to Nntlnn'al Pm. Inns bank. Market street. So feet, $tr,o Israel Rrodsky, et ux to Colon Sav ings bank of Pnnbury, tiregory rtreet, 40 feet, florin ,T"hn H Hayden. et ux to Lomas and Nettleton. State street, 33 feet, J'inn C and F. Tuscan. 1 to pierce M. MaluT, Market street, n fnd. $tn F. S Bolton t,i Sophl,. n Koehler, Henry street. 32 feet, $l.."ea. Mlchalo Satarcang'do to George Wa troit, Ha-en street. 37 feef, $ 1 .oon. Carlo Tuscano et n to 'hveno Ferrle. Market .street, :0 feet, $i:,fl Israel Brodsky to Minnie Kaufman, Gregory Street. 4'1 feet, ,l,0efl. Samuel l.anger to Louis Boohofsky, Vork street 31 feet, While street f,0 fee. r..?,on. Alfono and Fleanori Pletroslmlno to Hulda Frederick, -e.st street 30 feet, James V. Plngh et nis to Walla.'n F. Clark. Chapel street, 30 feet, $snn AValla.-e K. Clark to Jennie M. Todd. Chapel street, :t0 feet, .l.fioa. : H Bretzfepler, et al, t.i 1 'tinned lent ! Savings bank, York street, 102 feet, JIV.OllO, . Bretzfelder to Mary F. Thompson, York si reel, 102 feel, $10,000. Warranty Deeds. j Mary K. Thompson and Harriet pa icon to Henrv ('. Bret.felder ami Har- rv W. Asher. York street, 102 feet. ! A and 11 Frederick to K Pietrosln ! i.ne. West street, 30 feet. Wallace K. Clark to James W. Plngh, John S. Wright and Silas M. Field, Chaprl street, 30 feet, Alallne M. Marsh to Mary F. Farns wotth, Barnett street, fiO feet. MILK CIIWS l MI SIU M. New York. Nov. 21. Two cons nre to he milked twice a day, after next Tuesday, nt the American Museum of Natural History as one of the demon strations of the ff e lubereliloflls ex hihlt, which Is to he opened for six Weeks oil 1le evening nf November :I0. BRIEF MENTION. High water to-day at I1:.",ti p, 111. The Second Church of Christ, Solon Is t will hold a Thanksgiving service In Warner hall, 1014 Chapel street, at I I a. in. Thursday, llamden citizens held a special wn meeting Monday evening with I ward ). San ford as moderator. authority to the boa I'd of ipproprlate $.',,',11 In pur liear the public school In rdcr Unit additional play prnvldcd for the pupils. T.iey voted linance to chase land llaniden In ground, be Brown & Durham Complete House Furnishers, Orange and Center Sts. The name , posted up ill house for tin' f Governor oodi iiff is the I ' 11 i 1 1 11 b ag lie club j presidency of 1 hat or ganization, and he will 11 ivloii hi ed 'y, In the opinion of many mein bets, he unaniiiinu.'dy elected ;ii tbe it 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 meeting In liecember. ,,e r. n I I . 1 1 1 Ol' III" li'llgll" IS e-Maioi' Slllith Weed of the Foot Guard, but he U Hot 111 the race for another term (RICES that'll quickly settle that pondering of where, when and how to get "just" the Coat you want to wear " I hanksgiving . Your choice only bounded by the selected best loat models of to-day. Madame Fashion's own family in its home-surroundings. Each a "top notchcr " of style, turned out by a Coat specialist who knows his art from "A to Z ". Each distinctly smart style a "confined" one not obtainable elsewhere in town. Special Day-beforc-Thanksgiving price-features in some of the very smartest effects of the season, models of make and turn out with unusual serviceability of style. t Long Black Kersey Coats, $8.75 to $25.00. New ficngalinc Silk Coats at $7.50. Long Rlack Caracul Coats, 36- and 52Mnch, some with mili" tary collars, $25.00 to $50.00. 36- and 52-inch Vclour Coats, $32.50 to $65.00. Hlack Satin Coats, five models, all lined and interlined, at $25.00 and up to $50.00. rt, 1 ,,.,'. .... , h ',.'4,,.f:,e.. V '' ,. '.i''r.'.. f Evening Gape Novelties. $18.50 to $50.00. These are the new big handsome up-to-date Chiffon Broadcloth Evening Capes, which "have taken the place of the former Opera Coat, Very graceful and stylish, and will not crush the richest costume ; easily thrown over the shoulders. In all the dainty evening shades. Coat Special No. 1, $10.00. These very special stylish Long Black Ker sey Coats have the circular hack, on semi-fitting models, handsomely braid trimmed, lined thruout w ith guaranteed satin lining. At the same price very smart, lighl-fiitini; Broadcloth Coats, in tiie new Catawhas, Hrovvns and Navys. Coat Special No. 2, $15.00. Splendidly tailored, 50-inch Black Broad cloth Coats. Handsomely finished with rich inlaid collars and cuffs of Bcng.iMnc Silk, lined thruout with puaranrced sarin lining. This is a close copy of a most exclusive expensive model. I'rom $10.00 to JoO.00. 50-inch models, circular Neks, Umpire and Hirecloire styles; also the new tijnt. titt.tiR and collars and cuffs in contrasting colors. Smart bra.d trimmings. Raincoat Special No. 6, $18.50 This is an especial number of Silk Rubber ized Raincoats, having the latest extended arm eyes, otv.' of the very latest Winter models. Coat Special No. 3, $25.00. Here's a very late arrival of the popular "Tourists", so serviceable for autoing and gen eral outing wear. In handsome imported Mix tures, Black and White Checks, new Brown and Greenish Mixtures. Some Empire, some semi-fitting, some box-fitting. Range of prices in Tourists from $15.00 to $50.00. Coat Special No. 4, $18.50. 36-inch Broadcloth Coats. Blacks, in half a dozen handsome models, including the short waistcd. These are strictly plain tailored, hut there arc others with rich satin and braid trim ming, lined with guaranteed sarin lining. Prices in Rlack Broadcloth Coats $12.50 to $3S.00. Coat Special No. 5, $27.50. These are very rich 50-inch Black Chiffon Broadcloth Coats, in graceful Empire models, finished with beautiful Peau de Soie silk trim mings on collars and cuffs. Raincoats $5.00 to $35.00. Mohair Rubberized Coats, Rubber Coats, New Corded Silk Stripe Rubberized Coats, New Moric Rubberized Silk Coats, New Cravenetre Raincoats. mm Aiw.'sv mi A ; A f r 1 mm mm Stunning Suit 5)A Z( Bargain For Received no later than this very present week. The model one of the attractive of the season. A 42-inch coat, with pointed ends, large patch pockets, military coat collar and silk tie. Circular skirt, finished with hand some braid trimming. It comes in all the latest colors and black, in smart broadcloths and nandsome mixtures. 1 timed out by one of the very exclusive New York suit tailors, and greatly under value. Stout Women Buy Rcngo Belt Corsets $2.00. Worth $3.00. RENGO BELT is the most wonderful corset ever produced for medium und large figures. It gives a sloping waist line . which flows snugly over the hips, end has length Mow the waist to make the stout fig ure trim and, propor tionate. Rengo Belt corsets also have ex tra strength due to the double watch-spring steel bolting which is twic: as durable as the usual single hon ing. This honing is perfectly covered and mnde rustless before it is sewed into the corsets and we guarantee that it will not break or punch thru. Style 41, medium figure, $2.00. Style 43, slim figure, $2.00. Before Thanksgiving Money-Making "Pick-Ups" In Women's Wear! Mil, V.J .'I ( F R w $3.95 Women's Coat Sweaters At $2.89. Women's Coat Sweaters in Gray and White, plain and fancy weave, V neck, fastened with pearl buttons; two pockets. Value $3.95. Women's $5.00 Silk Petticoats At $3.85. Wnmrn's Tnffpfa Silk Prftirrnt; in White, Black, Navy, Copenhagen, Crccn, Red Brown ; also change able effects. Deep Bounces, finished with tucks, shirring, tailored straps and embroidered flouncing. Regular value $5.00. At $.S5. $1.25 Women's Gowns At $1.00 each. Women's fancy Cambric and Nainsook Gowns, made high or low neck, burton or chemise style; yokes made tucks and embroidery or fine laces with ribbon drawn beading. Value $1.25. At $1.00. $5.00 Women's Robes At $3.95 each. Women's Eiderdown and Blanket Robes, Gray, Navy and Red with White and Red Figures ; also plain Gray, Red and Light Blue. Stitch ed satin border ; heavy wool girdle. Value $5.00. At $3.95. For the Tiny Folks. Thanksgiving Coats $1.95. Take a look at them mamma, in the new Baby Store. Ma.dc of very snug smart White Bearskin, double breasted, finished with two rows of pretty fancy buttons; sizes 2 to 6 yrs. Three dollars worth for $1.95. (Jo LJ mm For the Boys. Thanksgiving Suits $2.95. The very smart and snappy unripp able "Yankee Prince" for boys of 8 to 16 years. Coat double breasted with cuffs and pockets. KnickerbockerPants with wide double seats, seams all taped, linen lined in front. Blue Cheviot, Brown and Gray Cassimcre Stripe. The class of suit that sells most places for $4.50. At $2.05. 1 ThHMk.Hiil. ..Ifl.rilli.MI!. .! Il.-W ! rllil.lr.-ll fill.) llll.llher net lit I.OVVll j The New IlllVell ',,j. I ' n I , I i , I vv 1 1 . 1 V, i i I .-. 1 MS I l -' ' T I , V . n- li ' , if I In) 1,1 "v',r" "r Mn.l.Ti,.irl.m ... Hi- kiii.l.Ti;1irl..ii li.-i.t tli.'li lehrat ions, i ".'Mill! t!:w..-l.-.il.Mi will In. 1. 1 .1 ne . I i 1 1 n I A : fi 1 1 1 1 n rn I snuii.u i l:..ae. t'j it v .'.ster.l.iy. In Hi" timriili.t;, This 111 .it'll i t) ,1 tile 'lira I i'.n will II Hie II.'!. I Ijtir.lc .111 1 1 1 1 :l -. . I i" ll'li I vv i" 11 :i ami II o'i'I... Iv, evivUe,-; w In M lu ,.iv e ami a llaee .-t, . et i ''' J 1 lllll,lt'J" iiuol klinlersar- i'iiotl 111 Hi" ttCt'.M'iii'.in ih;; Ziiiid. r j teu, ili After the mi cling ."inter .I. 'I'lie ; 1 I ( : . . . nf h" 'liyjtli.. niein.lei's nf Mm a::. iei,i t Inn will j Ml h" Eiiven I,, 1 ,,, i;. II. .I. Ml, In.! j v .-lt tin. 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