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tuesdat?, SIlC 'UJotaittj gfcnnUl-'Conyifr December, i, 1908.
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To Secure These Bargains You Must Clip Out The Coupons and Present At Counter Where The Item Is Advertised M liTV mm Children's 59c Umbrel las for 39c 4jf Made of good quality cotton gloria, Willi ouuiif; ji;vi i ai ju j.'n i n jy.Mi 1 1 ail IO. a large assortment of pretty C?Ol.r handles to choose from, at ) j C This Bargain Given Only With This Coupon Ladies' $l and $LZfi Black Silk Hosiery for 59c Fine black silk hosiery with garter tops and double sole, high spliced heels, manufacturer's sec- ffc onds with yery slight imperfections, for D This Bargain Given Only With This Coupon $4.50 Black Silk Petticoat for $2.98 Made of heavy Sim on's guaranteed silk taf feta with deepJ rt 0 umbrella fl'ncei y 0 This Bargain Given Only With This Coupon 50c Flannel Sheets for 33c 2ix2 yard heavy white flannel sheets, 9 O with pink and blue borders, worth 59c at )JL This Bargain Given Only With This Coupon Five Cakes of Fairbanks Ark Soap JOc These are large 5c cakes of Falrbank's 1A. laundry soap, g cakes for 1 UC This Bargain Given Only With This Coupon $1 Sorosis Corsets for 64c The Sorosis corset Is acknowledged to be the best Dollar corset on the market, perfect fitting f A and made in the best manner at . OIC This Bargain Given Only With This Coupon If ft 25c Satin Pad Front u c .... ? uuac oupponers for 19c Best quality silk sain front hoss supporters with four strands of best suspender web, rubber A protected button clasp, yQ This Bargain Giwn Only With This Coupon 25c Gingham Aprons for 18c Made of genuine Amcskeag ginghams in t blue and white checks, full size, with pockets I OC This Bargain Given Only With This Coupon irx It's nf?orl,'itinn nf that rlly. Tlr clnrnrs, ll Is li . i in do will 1 - pri 1 transactions connected with th1 li'lltlll nf 11 barber lllop by .lnlin l.eill nliKi.'lll ailjolnllu; Hie l;tlliT'x saloon In Xnrw a IU. Kd , it Is iiIIcb'.mI, drew up the lento i.it ii'iilnl. Tbe ac cused attorney claims that thn ihm'iih iition Ik iMilllic.il nioe to (liwp'ilit liim. Th" Bitting "as behind closed llnni'f. It if. llllll'TStonil thill RcV. (i. 1), Egbert of Norwnlk, was -on th' stand thn frr':i t r pa r t nf the day. More Uiu'rIits' Mention, Nov, "ii. It was report Prl tn tin- pollen to-day, that thn t'a'i fnniia Mine company's store 111 thl.i city was entered by bumbics durliiR the night, ninl in rush ami a quantllj' of lifpioni taken. Kntrunce was gained tliroiijth the cellar, Anil Still More. Ahltigton, Nov. lUl.-Tho Rcnoral store nf (ifMirpc. '. Sumner Nas entered by bin-friars last nl",ht, Init It Is suppose I that they were I'rlKlitcncd away, a nothing was taken. The rubbers had ivadn cvpi-y prnpnratlon wlt'u 1 1t ( i-x Cf'iitlon of pinning In nltro-sl,, rorln for lilnw inff oprn tlio faff". Tlif pos.oiT,' ' Is located In the store. ('. Colombo .(ailed. Hartford, Nov. 3D.- ( 'hrlstofnrn Col-' nmho, the dei replt orean grinder, In' whose clothes was found $i;ii) In bills when lie was iirrested Saturday night uns to-day sentenred to jail for thirty I days for drunkenness. The n,j fem Is expected to return to hl native land , with his snuill fortune when lie Is re leased. r E'MALLEY(2- ners?ttlm BMALLEY(2' As Through a Shop Window An odd feattiftr tooa Is llk a rnlnhow B6 It Is made of fenthers of all colors Amonsr the newest veil pins Is on tn arrow shape of silver or gold, which Is very attractive. For trimming new gowns are fhown Venetian hands In every eolor of em broidery on black, cream and crimson filet net. Double runnings of chiffon and mallne attached to bands of velvet rib bon are phown. They coma In all shades of dress fabrics. For the children's Injured fincers mothers will be plad to fcnow that rub. her coverings may be found In the drug store. They are more convenient tlisn the kldglove finger ordinarily used, for they will ntny on 'without being tld. They come In all sizes. An Invaluable nld to the modern co"k Is the new almond chopper. Almonds and other nuts are used In so many different, dishes that the ,-ook finds this chopper the create.nt idnd f a Ivlp The little affnlr can b fastened on t the table and the nuts poured In at the top, which ar smoothly chopped or grated and fall on the plate placd be low. One of the prettiest suits displayed In all the shopping district was of" pnle gray 'broadcloth. The coat was three, quarter lepjfth. cut away slightly from Just above the waist line and above that, closing with a vest effect. Around the bottom of the coat was a snip of beautiful oriental embroidery of pale gold and green ami blue, Th" lame embroidered buttons reproduced lh same colors. Ruffs of laee made th" long sleeves even longer. This salt was $W. NEWS OFTHE STATE Murk Twain Qniotly Celebrates Kis Seventy. third Birthday at Home. I,iMihri Ulio llorsp Thief, Watcrbury, Nov. 80.- John Zuker of New Vork was arrested here Sunday night on suspicion of being a horse thief. After being taken to headquar ters he made a confession, in which he said that he was identified with a band of New Vork horse thieves. The metro politan police have been notified of the man's arrest, and will probably make some Important arrests as a result of the prlsoiu r's statement. Held for Murder. Stamford, Nov. an. -Vlncenzn Fuda, twenty years old, Italian, will be given a hearing at. Parlen this afternoon on the charge of having shot and killed Giovanni It. Macrl, aged nineteen ' years. The shooting with which Fuda !s charged occurred last Saturday night I nt N'oroton llebrhts. Fuda cl iims that ' Macrl had threatened to cut him with 1 a jinlfe. and that the shooting was In self defense. 1e has been In the St.im- ! ford jail since Saturday, It Is expected I that he will he held for the superior court. ! t'oroper poten as In Parlen ( hi morning and examined a number of witnesses, who claimed to have seen the killing. To rnnlde Spongers. Merlden, Nov 311.- William V K"Hv of this city, re. retary of the Connecti cut Association of Public School Super visors, said to-day, that the iis.i n iatlon ' has arranced to send speakers, without expense-, to any organization or com- j miinlty In the slate, that would be in terested In addresses on educational topics, sui-h meeting to be b"ld p.-e-: ferahly before the convening of the leeblnture. The ns.-.i, iaiion alms to i secure lietter tea.iiers and to Improve tlv school supervision In the towns. Christmasland Facing East on Ctispel, houml ed on North hy Temple, West by Center Streets. JUST 21 SHOPPING DAYS in December before Christ mas. Count them. Your "once-bit-twice-shy" Christmas Gift buyer never waits till the last minute. Selection is largest and best NOW. We can round them up and arrange to get them to you when you want them NOW. The many en tertaining "gift-shows" and novel Christmas store-decorations now in rapid process of arranging and constructing are for your free holiday pleasure. And your Christmas gift money buys more than ever it did. The Winter Horse Goods Store! R' EADY to show the horsemen plenty of choos- ings in the best lines of both "street" and " stable " Blankets in a big variety of up-to- date Plaids and solid colors. And always price savings on the right grades in this Horse Goods Store. Ready in an Instant mnrnzoi Van Honrnn s ,ocoa ib compietr.iy Hnn instantly soluble ready to serve by simply adding boiling water only see that it r absolutely boiling. The special Van Iionten process extracts the full strength and the full nutritive value of the bean. This eliminates the necessity of boiling the Cocoa itself. There is no sediment and therefore no wastethis means the economy of using only ij as much van Jloutcn s fo the rup as oj other Cocoas. 1 1WU 1 lnxk & (Best and Goes Farthest) L Truths Tersely Told. The PIANOS we offer to the New Haven publi The PRICES we ask for them The TERMS of payment we offer- Combine to make it your self-interest to patronize us. BIG MANUFACTURING BOOM lawyer .Virii'ofl C. Cnltintbo, Hull ford's Writ Hecerr, Sent to ,!nt. I-fdrllnc. Nov. 3n.--fSjim!l t'lemena (Mirk T"nlni pnf?er liln enty tlilril I'lrtliilH.v iiil"tly nt nl hnm her to-ilnv. A wnn his cnotini, Mr. Clemens took hl mm iiIiik i-H" iafln8 tlif reiriMimlfr of the ony with his honseholrl. Mnnnfnotiiitnit lt"im. 'lnm"ii, Nin, sn. Th" boom In the nmniifactiii hie Interests hei" the pHst few weeks Iihs so far nrUanei'il that llll one exception th" twenty In the town are workliiR either full ,,r over time. The one exemption In the Wln- fted Hopiery company posted imtee In Its factories tn-ilav tlmt the plant would beRln rnnnlnc full time on Monday. The Wlnstfil Yarn company which has been , lose.i nine nimilliH, resumed operations to-ilay. TnvMtlEiitlnit SlKiotlnc Waterhiiry. Nov. .in. The condition of Louis Hull, who Is at the Wiit.er hnry hospital with a charge of shot, received on Saturday from the jtnn of Deputy (iame Warden T. ,1. Vylle of Soiithford. was somewhat iniproved to-day and there is no expei tatlon on tlio part, of the attending physicians that he will die. This cvcnlni? Stale .'ommissioner of l'lsherles and (ann John M. t'ranidon will have a confer ence with ProsecntitiK Attorney John M. Sweeney of Naiiatiiek, who is T'ylle's counsel, and a thormii;h In vestigation of the entire affair will ba made. $1.50 Stable Blankets At $1.19. Burlap fabric, lined thruout, 80 inches long, wide girth. Regular $1.50 values at $1.19 each. Better grades up to $2.50 each. $2.00 Street Blankets At $1.48 Each. In Fancy Stripes on Gray Ground, size 84 x 90 inch, seven pound weight. Finer grades, part wool and all wool tip to $3.00. Lap Robes For Carriage and Automobile. Heavy and medium weight rich Plush Robes, same both sides, also rubber lined. Size 54 x 54 inch at $2.85. Extra fine quality 54 x 72 inch at $5.00. Heavy Robes of Green Cloth with plaid wool lining of fine quality at $6.50. Xmas Handkerchiefs ! The plentiest of the prettiest. Come and get your presents right now when the great assortments are unbroken and the choosing can be more leisurely than later on. FAIR H AYEN NEWS Harry Leigh Pfr.irlpg Not, to Visit Florida This Wintrr Orange drop Will Be a Fnor One. Enya Hill Looking It l'p. New Lonrlon, Nov. 30. Coroner Franklin Brown of Norwich, came here to-day to Investicate (he death of Fireman Thomas ft. o'Nell, who riierl Hf the hospital ns the result of a collision In the local yard of the New Haven road. Sunday afternoon. The coroner has been making Inquir ies In regard to the accident from the witnesses, and has not iirrlvci) nt any conclusion as yet. Jrfiwypr reused, Bridgeport, 'Nov. ,10. The grievance committee of tin, Kairllold County Rar association met to-day to consid er evidence presentee! to support chJi-RcH brought against John Kelme, an attorney of Nomalk, by the Minls- A rharmlnn number In he p'-ocr.ini of th" entertainment to be plv, n at the ijiau.l avenue ( 'owrreir it lonal church on Thursday evenine, 1 the chrysanthemum drill by Kstmr '''ow br. (Wcnna. Oohurn, l'orls Cannon, Ardele i.'hunler, Mildred I,mI-:, Ituth Fuller. PuDi Sandal and t-'lorem e Jen kins. This drill, wltli readlnpx by Mrs. (ioudiirli and nca snw bv lnvlKht Chamheti tin. form the (trst part, to be fobm d b. .'i imiiwlv en titled 'The Kb, .maniac, 1 t ie cast for whlrli Is a rciors: lrs. I'ecqv I'.urton ..Mrs. livare I lof.i , ker-I'dlenherRer tier friends: M Ij-S I 'rcda, I 'ion , . M ic . Maude Kelb y Mrs. Valerie Cha.c Arinsliu, a widow Miss Mdna Sims Mrs, Charles ioer ( Mabel i, a bride ,lls. Katlile Burive! Mrs. li'eslon Ashley ( Hertlin i . . , . Mit-s Rthel Flint Mvrlyn Kvans, a reporter , Ml. 'a Jessie Fowler Katie, the maid - Mr.-;, lieuben Johnson Funeral senior for Fdward N. Rlakeslee, whd died at his late home November JT, will he held at the Memorial chapel. Fair Haven ceme tery, on Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, Hev, 1m Pneath oflbiatlnn. The hearers will be members of Ad miral Foote post, i. A. R. Quite a number of Christmas sales are .wrheduled to take place within a. few days, (in Wednesday at 1 o'clock and continuing during the evening the ladies of tile Ka;it pearl street M. K. church will hold a sale In the church. The same afternoon the ladles of Pil grim church will hold a sale in the chapel. The mlnsleiing circle of King's IViughlors will have a, sale of fond In the parlors of the (irand ave nue Congregational church Friday, from 3 to H p. in. The ladles of the 'irand avenue Baptist church are pre paring for , their annual Christmas sale to be held 111 the chipe later 111 the month. The ladles of the aid so ciety meet in the chapel nil day Wed nesday for work. Off To Toyknd ! Take the next car (or the easy stairs) right down to Joyland ! The animal kingdom, doll show, depot of trains, music-makers and a thousand and one other joys in toys for girls and boys all await you in Toyland. If RecPcross1 T4?Btf'M ALLEYS The Metropolitan Store of New Haven. fVm Yl... K M w fX r 4 4 rerles of socials to ho held each even In? on drill .night during -the saon. Fach member ha two tickets to glv to friends for the.e eoclals. ftor very good business t. the mill rif the N"w Haven Iron and Pte! rompmy for sme time, the plant running nights much of the time, tne plant was shut down yesterday and Saturday owing to a holding up of or ders. It Is expected the work will usntne briskly again soon. The annual meeting of the managers of the flume for the Friendless In Clin ton avenue will be held at fh parish held In Pt. Paul's parish house on Wednesday afternoon, fieeeniher 2, Bt 3 o'clock. All persons Interested In the home are cordially Invited to attend the meeting. house of Pt. at 3 p. in. Paul's church, Wednesday, Invitations have heen issued for a Christmas sale of fancy articles, home made candles, potted plants, etc,, to he given under the auspices of the I,ndes Aid society of the Rpworth M. F. church at Orange and Rd wards streets. The sale will take place Wednesday and Thursday, December 1 and 2, con tinuing during the afternoon and eve ning. On Wednesday supper will be served from 6 to 8. There will h a gathering of the H. anil W. acmhly at the (iranlte pay hotel, Short peaiii this evening. It l. expected quite a numher from Fair Hf ven will go down for the dance. Miss Virginia Rrennan of ranlnniplae avenue Is entertaining the Misses Mae and Irene Burns of Brooklyn. 'A sale of fancy and useful Christmas art hies will b held by Mrs. C. H. Bush of Sherland avenue this afternoon and tomorrow afternoon. The ladle of the W. C. T. T.T., No. 3. j will serve one of their popular oyater suppers "t the home of one of their members, Mrs, I, nek a, 3S irand avenue on Friday evening, December 4, They are hoping their many friends will he present, It is a pleasure td us to entertain all who call to examine our Pianos. The M Sonnenberg Piano Co. T,.i,-.i,e., 07Q o am riiem,,! cni j, I tltfji iui lb uiu-r, uui inafju out.UL. Post Toasties Golden Brown Bits, Fla vory, Crisp and Delicious. "The Taste Lingers." l'ostum Cereal Company, Limited,. B title Creek, Mich. Harry I.elgh said last evening he did not Intend lo go to Florida the coming- winter, although he usually 1 Biles to bis plantation at. Avon Park each winter, lie, slates thai Hie orange crop in that part of Florida is almost ;i failure this year, as the trees bloom ed very piinliy. l'ndir good con.li- I lions, he says that next year lie ought to get a crop of from amj to I, ii nil ho.v.s of oranges. i i.inile a number from here aHeuded I '.o social and dance lc Id In Troop A armory last, ew mm; after (iv drill the troop It w a.s tin; lust of a Th" w. C. T. P. omitted Its usual meeilng la.it week owing to Thanks giving. The usual meeting will b" held Thursday this week at 2:l?0 p, m. at their hall. "S i irand avenue. The officers are hoping that all the mem bers will Attend. Mrs. Jennie Houston of is Poplar street who has been 111 with griii '3 conva lescent. BRIEF MENTION. Uisit water to-day at 5:06 a. m. The annual meeting of the managers of the Home of the Friendless will be ft Reliable Remedy FOR Ely's Cream Balm In quickly absorbed. Givei Relief at Onca. t cleanses, soothes, lieals nnrl protects the (imeiiseu tneiu- brane resulfing from Catarrh and drives n way aC'oM in the Head quickly. Boslores I ho Heuseiof Ta-te and Smell. Full 5i) ch. at Dnijigists or liy mail. Liquid Cream Balm for use In aimizers 75 eta. tly Urothors, 50 Warren Btreet, New York. 20 Cash Discount Sale. Our entire stock of Furni ture, Carpets, Stoves, Ranges, etc., at a reduction of one-flfth from the regular price. There is no "catch'.' about this offer it is a straight from-the-shoulder, genuine re duction sale. We have held one each December for many years, and, while it is not a money-making scheme on our part, it turns our goods into cash with which to pay our Jan uary bills, and it gives you a chance to furnish your house or to make your friends accept able Xma3 presents at the min imum cost. Pereonat Attention to All Tastes. 938 Chapel St.. over Phelps Studio!) Brown I Durham Complete House Furnishers, Orange and Center Sts. FOOT SPECIALIST. DOES NO. IITTIkl 1 vu i i inv a lr. MniiN(lcl(l, 7H7 less trcntmciit for corns, bunions, chilblains, cal louses, ilc, No otililns;, fet'lect family iatronnfie for 20 jeurs. Lady hpcciullst Aftcniooiui. J. f a it ii iiaiiiMn an IWW" mmmm w 1 Shop I V I Decorators & Furnishers PROBLEMS ii INTERIOR DEC ORATION WHICH SEEM DIFFI CULT TO OTHERS ARE OFTEN EASY FOR US TO SOLVE. THIRTY-FIVE YEARS' EXPERIENCE WITH OUR HEART IN OUR WORK IS THE EXPLANATION. HAVE YOU A PROBLEM TO SOLVE? WE HAVE SPECIAL IDEAS FOR DIFFICULT PLACES. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. " Wiom H 6 Sm StftbwBavm t