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Every Line Of Our High Grade Holiday Goods Must Be Reduced Before Christmas. The Price Reductions Range From 33 to 50 Per Cent. This Will Enable You To Make Your Money Perform Double Service. Never Such Umbrella Bargains ALL ENGRAVING DONE I RLE OF CHARGE THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1908. Prices On Holiday Goods Reduced About Half Ladles' Petticoats 1.50 Petticoats for 99c You will wonder how It Is possible to offer such a value. Made of splendid rustling mat erial In black and colors, with deep double embroidered ruffle, others with deep umbrel la flounce with six rows of hemstitching and two-rows of shirring and bias bands, Q A worth $1.50 at - 7 7L Motrcen Petticoats for 59c Kiade of fine quality black molreen with deep umbrella ruffle and dust ruf fle, regular $1 value for ; ecu Willi 59q Bargains In Scarfs and Shams $1.49 Renaissance Scarfs for 79c These are handsome scarfs, 30-inch size both round and 7 Q square, with all linen centers and linen braid, $1.49 value for yC 50c Scarfs and Shams for 25c Drawn linen scarfs 20x54 Inches and drawn linen shams 30x30 Inches, worth 50c each for 25c Gloves, The Ever Practical Gift Each Pair In a Neat Holiday Box If Desired Ladles' French Kid Gloves These are the famous P. & L. French V.id gloves, perfect fitting, finely finished, Paris points, a pair at $1 and 1.25 Centcmcr! Kid Gloves We have 1 h Is famous glove in all the popular shades, a pair at 1.69 and 1.93 Full Une of Adlcr's and Centemerl Walking Gloves Absolute Clearance Of All Our Toys, Books and Dolls at About Half Former Prices The prices on all our toys, books and dolls have been reduced to a sen satlonaljpoint. Everything must be cleared out as we carry no stock over. 25c Iron Toys Reduced to 15c 49c Iron-Toys Reduced to 29c 49c Teddy Bears with voices for 29c $2 Imported Teddy Rears for 98: $5 Imported Teddy Hears with voices for $2.49 Children's 10c Books Reduced to 6c Children's 25c Books Reduced to 15c All 49c Books Reduced to 25c All $1 Books Reduced to 49c 0x Men's $5and $7 House Coats and Bath Robes 2.98 These comfortable and luxurious house coats will be appreciated by any man. Made of fine material In the very newest effects, worth $5 to $7, choice at only 2,98 98c Silk Suspenders in Holiday Boxes at 69c to 39c We have these in a large assortment of all the very newest effects. 98c Negligee Dressing Sacqust 69c This dainty garment will unrioub edly make one of the most practical gifts you., can made. They are maJet of fine quality fleecedown In beauti ful patterns, with buttonhole stitched collar and tight-fit-tin back with belt, an except lonally good 98c val- , v tur.str mkw I 1. 1.50 Umbrellas for $1 This Is our famous M. & F. special um . brella, with guaranteed rain-proof gloria cov ers, paragon frame and steel rod, with a beau tiful range of handles, Including sliver, pearl, boxwood and horn, these umbrellas equal any sold at $1.50. for - $.? Umbrellas for 1.98 Men's and ladies' umbrellas with fine silk gloria covers, made on best paragon frames and steel rods, with cases and tassels. The men's handles are substantial plain and trim med natural wood, horn and a variety of others. The ladles' are beautifully trimmed natural wood, pearl, Ivory, horn and others. S3 value for 1 1 , Reduction In Jewelry & Silverware 98c 1.49 49c $1.50 Jewel Cases reduced to $1.98 Jewel Cas es reduced to--- 9Ec Gold Filled Signot Rings for $1.50 Dresden Par lor Clocks for $2 Comb, Brush anc ror Sets, all beauti ful designs, for c Mir- 149 5-piece Quadruple Plated Children's Sets, all A Q beautiful designs for rC A Reduction Of 25' On Ail Quadruple Plated Silver ware, such as Butter Dishes, Sugar Shells, Creamers, etc. 8 0 j:xty-ki:vi;th yi;.k. BLACK LYNX BLACK FOX PERSIAN LAMB MINK GREY SQUIRREL rQTsraj oSTrmmrn-m,:--- -7?r: -:"-T?-,r:.'. 1 .-. . , . . .' v". "7" ,.-'.v ' - ':.. .: . - rrrrr. ' .-HX&fas) . .'. . .j.nw r - r r ' i ' ' .. . - t i . 1 1 1 in bciiitmI business If nut hc- i:stri,isii,:i ihsj. And all other kinds of Muffs and Scarfs in stock. Selected stock of Skins to manufacture garments to your order. P39 CHAPEL ST. JOHN WOLF Your Inspection Respectfully Solicited. Over Hull's Druq Store. i I n. Stiver, rii'i) I lin r,.", X. II. : n s Hiifhis. . . . 1.05 I X. II. W'ntiT Ml (iti X. V. K N. J. Tr-I. . . I'll I III 117 N". ' X..I.T.-I.ltlts!il - 2i; Jii . iv.-k. .!. & wu-i.k. u;i.. t Semi, il v I tmir.i . . i'i I.'. I S. X. K. 'I' I mi lis l j.i swiri i'o inn i hi mi i, i l " t i i t (I I lluinlmi I Iris. . I ii'.'i Unllroart Stork. IUk-Imii X- A lli.ir.y . . . . I"" L':'7 :! I "n i. 1 1. l p!l.. . . mi ij (' nn. . ,v. I, ';t Vt Iini'luil -y K Urtlu l . . 2R 17 New l.uMi). Xnrln.... Til ITS II. - I'min. '. : ... I .in In S. V., X. II. II. I! I!. 1'in I .Ml i, Hi PRIZE WINNER. It yon wnnt a prize n Inner llien bn a C'oiitliipntJil Automobile. Tills car liolds (be silver 'up for llrm 'prize I ft (he 1,000-mile itciiled-lxiliiiot oonlrmt ?nr speed and durability. The ("ontl ni'iiliil enr In rerounled us one o( il.p great Nurceshfnl inucliines in llir couii try. Tf you waul one leave your order at ouee order require Bt Ieust li vvfekH to llll. We would be pleased to give deiuotiHlratloii an time. Th3 Continental Automobile Hanf'g Co. 121 Olive Street, 'Phone 5232-2. Itfllirnnil ri,nff. art lirrkdlilrn St 1 1 v . ." s. i n 1 Mt 2 1(10 I;.im. N. V. Alit.iM'- Is. l!i,Mi 97 !! i...i,n I Tivif, .".s. IHill. In,', Kl Isliil Tl'ilti. Wit v I'-j.l.MS DS I'litif-. K). I.. I '.. s, sl.tnui ! ' 0 t'litiN. l:y. ii'iit !i; 'j I'.itin. Ky. -K lli.'.'i 13 t'ntt. I;v. iii-lis.. ildi.'i l. ,v X. is. hi;,;, t; 1 in r it in & I'. C. 1911. . On. c, IftiiT 1 if MlHUIl t 4s, I'.ilO In. 4k, lit.17 Met', t'liinp. ii". l'.i"D Almitifti Ss. fi". line l!':'t. Xaiift'it nek IHM Nul l 1 1 it ri 1 1 ' n (is. I ! 1 X. i I. t Vnter l.f.. V.ii?-.... .N.I l .v rim'li'' IM ris.duol'" S x. mi. w. ii. r.s. mi: ,. II. Si'vm .".s, 1!IM ,i i,nti. si. ;.s, m:!s. . X.V., X. II. eoiiv. :. H'.,H S. ., X. II. A: II. 1 1M V il't. X'aK. IH'.4 '. . tV X. 10. s. .".Mi. . . NtM-vii si. ity fis. m:;: I'fuv. .i iiniy 4s. i!ii7. . , . ,-linif I,HU' 4ljs, ll'ld.... .X. V. t X. 10. 4s. l'.M.i Wur. Ai ft. Knt.1. 4 !js, I!i4.( A U-.I Ml n ii ." 114', HiH I'M US Km Idii', 106 it l"t 'i I (I I .I'll II & s: . IIS I'M si U Mn 'a a 7 nl Iill llll Mi'.. ll :, Nil llll MK'i MliK'i'llniiriiiiii Hun An. . .. 91 l!7 104 'j . . Ml HOICE LINE OF POCKET CUTLERY "lie Gun Store. 5 Church Street. Open Evenings. : PEN and JACK KNIVES, About 'IIKl Varieties, iTt Tents to $5. (Ml. SCISSORS and SHEARS, .VI Cents to SI. .Ml. All sizes mid nil Kinds. Inelinlinp; (lie famous "Wlss" nml "Untisrin," tlum which there Is none better. MANICURING SETS, Hlnndiiril Reliitble Miiltei, From $I.J0 to $7.r0. Ailniiis I In press 4s. HI'S lli-ntifonl I fi W. i'is, II In. Silver i.s, llillll In, silver t;s. l It is I ". X. 1 1. I his Cull. ?ik, I!) IS.. I u X. II. Water i I 1 it-1 5 -- N. II. Sewer 4s, . :tl4 X. II. CHv HrlilK'o, S'.j".. ! i XewI.ell.S'i .lirt lis. lltlS-2(i 1 H Xnru leii' in x - i : ! ..'f . 1 I 1 1 S. X. Ii. 'lei., I IMS imi Svvil'l & Co. .".s, 1H14 tti lltlt 111.. 4s. 1941) VI K-il i v nlemls. STOCK M HKIT KIIVIKW. sprriiltiihc I inniiliii inn I '. I c I ' 1 1 1 . Inn ll C:iiim hiuibll'iil. AK.. !M IM I us ' Ui.'i I nil', in ceturMl business Is nut be- i lb-vetl. It Is itttrllint.-d Mtlier to n i t 'enniiitliin tluil the advance In prices I htiil been curried beyond n point witr- runted by proRfess In n'miperatlon of buslncsfi even in Its ntost fiiMirnble aspect. I''nrtlti'i tnore, there have I been elements of extl:i! fatloll III tile I opinion I'lirnieil of events to nunc, In ; the political Held particularly, and j undue assurance assumed of lieitelils I to accrue to corporation etilefprlses ! on that account. The rive In money l rates has done nway with the urgency i of hankers to lend money, which as , ,'t losill'e force, for 11 lout! lime, 111 In.'ei tint.' resources into the stock ntar j ! t,. It is iiii7,iietl tint the It nctb of time over whli It tlie operations of the 1 nipposeil stot k market pool have eonr tinned and the eximfhe advance In prlc wlilcli lias occurred afford cp , pol l unity for prollta 1 I . Ibptldatlon of h'dd :ni'.", on a scale down lliroituli a I niii tvypnndln.'tly eli-nsive ib t'lllie. ! ltitniors of the III11..4 ,if . Harrl ! niitn. althmmli imiIIio' itatlvely ileitic I. had sonic slnisiu t f!' t t on values. 1 Tb ' nature of Andrew Caracole's testimony In the tariff hearints al Wi). Iilntttoii serveil o mpliaslze Ihe Jfi elitu; thai the pronieei tarll'f re is j It a im wiilciiittM I,, ;J , , , , r and in II" e.iil-il effects. 'I';,,, ciinlini.ii- Hull of the ltirellll.-'i of tile "'lit II till! ! A Siiulhern by the I'.iirliiiKion ki'MiimI lo hurt the Hill stocks, u bl.'h woul I :prcsimiably lie die len lichtries from I ii favoealdc i-i stilt of this project. The ' evlciinlve sliorl ii,ifi'l liiiiil. up In Clllirte iif the S ScHitliJ made recovery extreme IlilWev e', WORRY M FATAL East Norwalk Teacher Dies Soon After Losing Her Position. WAS ONLY 30 YEARS OLD Sad Undine llellevetl lo lie Due to Too Much I'ulilielty 0cr tlie Affair. a bltf exposure bv denuiudinK of the committee the cause of her dismissal. ! Ha l they not been blind to her Inter-i efts in their enthusiasm, this publicity would have been prevented, Miss Haw- 1 run would probably have obtained j another position and would he alive I to-day. The committee Hid what was! In st for the district In its opinion and Miss Itawsiin's friends acted In pood -faith, but the whole affair has been most serious and lamentable lu Its , consequences. The funeral will be held froirt the : home of ,Mr. and Mrs. ItoKitrt, Wed- I nesibiy, at L'llbl p. m. j DR. FRED WALLACE nrcxTisT. Ofller IKuirN, n-12 n. in. 2-R, T-S p. Siimln.vs. 10 n. m.,-1 p. m. Formerly of LM (Inlleire Street, nv l.oeHted at 928 CHAPEL STREET Corner of Temple Street. IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR I Cricks In (lours may be neatly and I pi i tea ticn tl y tilled with paste made I li'oiii nil! newspapers. Hour, alum and I wall r. thoroughly liolletl tiiRether. "t the the basis ror the pa''lla! which much lessened I In In. vi , The closinjf lone, wit" Irri'iiiihir. niimbef of bonds still uurlpetied us invcslmein b'sites made suddeii ttnd wide advance. The k tierai Imnd market was lri-eKna r. Ttital sales par Millie, J S,L'2,Ono. C. S. bonds were nnehair-:el on call. AioioniKs (.odd iii.iti: lleport of Serrrliir: Siale Xrmorv l'ntlse4 I iVALL STREET NOTES (C'onllnitefl from Fourteenth P.'ie.l Ocloher sin I.ttCAI. STOC K DOTATIONS. Askd tllcl Fruit ;i w 1 1. 1 ven . . . , i r, ; 111 I nn I.Vi 1 l,"i7 lli'i'a I.' uporleil over prlvale wire nf Hin'ilin. Stone ,K- i'ii., ineiiiheis nf Now York mid Huston Sl.i'cU and Saw York 'Cot ton Hxeh!incH. New Haven hralnuli, !I3 Center street. Xew York, I ice eeinlier unary ,, I felt . . . i y i )) f i l.i 1 1 n 1 1 s I l. Il"h, HiKh. l,o-. C.lns , Mi I Miv S4 r . , Mill . , fiilx , , ; , ; , . MM : I M",H Im:. , m;; ,vi; i m,:i i m;, ,,M) , .M'i',1 Corrected dally by Kliiitvirly, Root A Co., Invcslinunt broherrt, ' 3 Orange Btreet. Par ftld I citv I no l lo I First. Nat lonnl 100 1 76 j Second National , . . , 1 0 0 1)5 NalieiK, I Xew Haven I Ut lltlt I ierehiints National.. 5(1 (i7',t ' Mechanics flu till 1 Nil I. 'I'lltilenmeiis. , , . Inn U'J. I New I linen ( 'on n 1 y . in IK i 1 S I Vale Xiitlettal I'm lltfi'., ! New Haven Trust .. . 100 12B i nopte H A Trust... ton IK' ! I'nion Trnsl Cn 100 1 70 Miscellaneous Nlockii. Pur. 1ild. Asked AniPi'lciili Brnss . . . IiiO j OS I g AiinM lean I l.t nhutt e. inn ins l;::: i 'uiulierla mi Ten-p ne lint i:!7 I'.Mi Kil isoii Klec. Hosliin I nil '.'In 22 C Ktilami Kl., K Ik lit s . . , I i New VorU, lice. "I. To-dax' market liofe nn the lace nf It. evidence nf Important speculative lliinltlatliin. Conjecture was a ttood deal dlvldetl as to the course of this Ibiulilnllon lint there was no difference of opinion as In the fuel. The apparent, disregard of tlie effect on prices of tllli SollllIK letit pin nslliillty to a favorite suppos ition that Ihe lioldinus that were belnn sold out had been acquired at an early period of the advance In prices. Tlie fiirninlloti of n powerful stock market poo) was rumored al an early period In the summer, having ninocKst lis several purposes lo demonstrate a return of confidence In ihe lliuinelitl and Indiu-lrhtt outlook. The sloclt mnrkel has Kivcn nlmost i lift h n t In dication, ever Mince that period, of fosieritiK protect Ion iiKalnsl. any file furs of depression and of eneourne iin til and Incitement for buying and iirlvlnoliiK prices. The exact meaning of the present Ihinldiilltin Is dltflcnlt tn c I t r n i i 1 1 1 as II lews on the present situation of the urttii nlza t Ion which inaumiraled and lias followed the speculative rise in prices. Thai Ii is prompted by fears of any effective backset: In the progress of Improve- if War 'liiildiiius The annual report of Secretary of War I, ulte K. WrlRhl contains a loni; appendix, Including a report by I, lout-' I nant-Colonel K. M. Weaver of the, Coast artillery corps, chief of ihe divi- i stock I sioti of mllltln affairs. In the report I nincli spnee Is given to the armory I matter, Tlie fdiuntlnn Is better In I Coiniect.lt ut than In many nf the other slates in the country. Following Is lint I statement made In regard to Cnnnecli- I cut: j A number of the armory 1 buildings. ; are owned by tlie slate, ami these as a rule are very sal Isfaclory. There are a, I ntitniier ,, organizations still upylng r tiled armnrles, some of which are to tally luadeipiale. The stale Is (hiIMIiis armories where needed as speedily as possible. The slate pays rental and furnishes light and heat." Fust Norwalk. Icc. 21. --.Miss An gusla Louise l:.iu.-oti. the former K.t Norwnlk t" honl teaclu r. died at n n't lock, last ev nlnit, of a broken heart. Hut tltlrtv yiars of :iiii' and in good health, site was dropped by the r;i N'orwalk school district, at the recommendation of tb" committee at the it tt n nt) I meeting, last .lune, incom petency being the cause. Thus nimnmrily dismissed and un able to obtain a iumv position, Miss Hit v, son fell In'ii a it": vims decline as loon as site saw i: v.as Impossible to flail anew 111 the profession. I'p to i-cconlly she lived with lur widowed mother, Mrs. Ann A. Ilawson, In i s boru avenue, whose sole support she U:l", bill Iccellll.V Kl,,, WilS moved lo lite h., me of Mr. and Mrs. (illbert II. Itoieti'l at - !' ii't street, her uncle and num. In (l-.e hope that the change would tiiv' it her mind and stop her decline, had nn effect, however. ah I wilhotit malady or cornphiint. save nervous collapse and worry over her dlemisfiil. she railed o the time nf li-r death. Miss llawvon had taityht In one of I lie lower tirades in tie- .;ai Norwnlk public school for the pu't ten years. She was thirty years and nine months' old. It was nlb-geil thai Miss l!,i;oti was Incompetent as a teacher and I'm several years the board considered dropping her from the roil. When litis recommendation was submitted to the lust annual meeting of the dis trict, suuie nf the residents raised FACTORY ORDERS. We have special facilities for making duplicating and triplicating books to order for factory use. John R. Rembert & Co., 2(12 Slnu Street, business Specialists!. CONSULT Ryder's Printing House 78 CENTER STREET. DOE CUTTING FOOT SPECIALIST. KU 'uJ I),. MniiHlleld. IWi h- 1 It i( Impel Street. Pain less (real nient for corn, i I j bunion. chllblaitiH. cal- ' ?! V-J lottM-ft, etc. No culling. Select family palrouage for 20 years. I.aily Specialist After noons. Have Von Tried vf Of. M COLESAVER It Cuts (lul Coal TOII o (,M Hi ll ti.;, No use In print Ihe lint, even hnilv knows h tin it I tlte cabinet, iiis.v 1 1 m 1 1 .i, Iflhtiurettes, Indies' desks in ninn eaii use thetnl. hunk enses, blacking boxes, parlor mid library table, ele., etc.. hIHi which our IK ure Is tilled. Twenty rent, discount nit evervthlnir. HftiMVN & III HI I A M, ens Personal Atteniioti 10 All Tn.ileti. Chapel St., over I'heliis' Sttuilo. per 0m w cum AVE "Yes; we n-irp disn ppolnled In tlie I peasantry." ' "As In hnw''" I "They always seemed to We nevct fmiiid lliein dan lug lu cIkiiiis."- loiilsv J,4taioiut. Good Coal, and Clean, Full: Weight, and Lowest Market! i Price. We aro pleasing others ing ..rriY,'i'gK' i we will try and please you. , le ,'"(rler.Telephone 3413, Consumption One-Third lo One-Half, j No Clinkers. No Smoke, No Con I an. j A ID-cent Trial Package Proves It. I KOLESA VER 87 OltANtii: STKKIT, New llavi'ti, Conn. ASK Wil li I.KOCMK KK IT. SINGERS TAM NOTICE. I rnrn to lleail nr d .Shift al Sight. Aft'ir yrii of study and research I have completed a method of sigh' alttgiiiK, eoiKvd-'d by I lie best vocal lachers and inusbdaiiH In ho the liest.. tlriiplest and mom complete niutliod ever devlsnd. Anyone -whet her talent ed or not run with thin system learn to lng or play at kIk'H In tiio short est possible time. 1 gitamnleu satis faction. Correvpondf ticn sobered. EDUCATIONAL. Twenty-fourth Tear. Results, Not Promlne. The Butler Business School. Regular Session nay nnd Evening. SIDNEY PERLIN BUTLER, President. Y. U. C. A. Building. 'Phone 3400. Elevator. ATTEND THE BEST Ji Superfluities. Yale Business College 118 send Ifor C'aialiiffue. Cliurch St. Tel. 178T. BENJAMIN SCOVILLE, Instructor In ELOCUTION. OKATOIIV, DFIAMATIO ARTS AMI NT A ti 15 IJICPOIITIHENT. Room U insurance Building. 8110 Chanel Street. SCHOOL, OF DANCING LENOX MALI 8 YOHK HQUARJ). J. H. CAMI'UKLL, INSTItUCTOR. ReHlnners' class, Tueiday ev, Social Rsseinhly, Thiii'i.day eve. Junior aseem. bly, .isturdiiy eve. Private Ittnoona bj? upiiointincnt, Olllee hours, T to 9 p. m. Circular. Tel. Uutes open for rental! o( Lenox Hulls. 0. F. RORBINS, Principal, htildl.is, Till Chapel Si. 770 lamiilirll 4 , MRS. J. H. DUNN. HeKliiners' classes In dannlnpr now fnrnting. Private lessons by appoint ment. Teleplienn 1 ! S 7 . Hours, 3-S, 7-10. Stll CJIAPI'IL ST T US. OTJXTXXIJU. Hyp")nn Stables, Opposite Vanderbllt Hall. COACH, COUPE AND LIVERY SERVICE, AUTOMOBILE ATTENTION. KtSS C liaiicl Street 'Phono 101ft.