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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1908. Slit Earning f fiurcrMmtrif V 1AM CASE DELAY heler Grants Tempor motion Against Con- mtion Proceedings. OGERS TO MAKE REPLY railing from PprliiKsldi' llnx Mri'mly Cott New TTavon rnrgi Diimihrps to Westvllle. Hfn ii. Progress by thn pity In gut pnssi s- slori of t'hn frorrmm property In Wnst vlllo, w'nlch has cflim'vl Nw Tfnvon cnnslfiprnhl irounln nnl nhnnt, $2,f.oo In thn way of damagn suits iliirhiK Hip past f' yfl.rs iva retard p.1 In ton eupprlor rnnrt ypster.lny nftprrmon when Judito Ralph 'Wrippl"r grnntprl a temporary Injunction nxalnst the city' beginning cnnrlnmnnt.lrm prnpopfllngs. At a recent mpptlng of thn hoard of ftldfrmcn a nvovnuipnt, was Rtartcl to condemn thn lnn.l, no that the ftty could buy It, nutrient, Instead of pay ing large damages from ypar to yar. Only a few months hko the city had (to (rlv Charity R Oorhnm an the rBitlt of a milt. Mr. Oorhnm claims that the spwngn from fiprlnftHldn farm flown down to Oils property and pollutes a spring ftnd a brook on the land, alio rlnlnsr othfr damage. Thn rlty had been nn -lt to romndy condltlmiH at Spring- 'e, and Anally dwld.'d that It would phaaper to buy Mr. Gorham's prop- TVhen be declined to sell rnn- Mon proceeillnKX wer planned Injunction was pong-ril by At ard Church, acting for Mr. vge TTbeMfr, In granting the kary Injunction, rwrvuri to the for the defense the rlnht of t at coma later date. 1'ntil i rlty ran do nothing. yard owner, fop $3(10, olHlmlng that his crops Wer-s ruined by the noxious Knm from the kiln. Miller fuse Contliuiod, 7n order to gel additional evidence thn rtuw of William Miller, the for mer street Tar conductor who wna nr reste.l Ttiewlay fur ateallng a rare reglijtnr, was continued until Janimry H. A bond of $200 furnished by Countable 1'eter ,T. McN'erney for Miller's appearance In court at that time. Htmn Healer Il.'inlii'imr, Joseph r,even,-ien, fnrmorlv a shoe denier here, has HM a petition In bnnKniptcy In the T'nlted States court. His d'-ht.-i amount to J3.n22.X1 and his assets in f47S. Vino MntiU'eyellst. Trying Paldwln .of Branford was fined $, and costs In the rltv court yesterd.iy fov operating a motorcycle without displaying the license num pits. Tie pleaded guilty and paid up. BRIEF MENTION. lTfft, $sn.nno Fsrtfltf of the '.ate Henry Magoen wag filed In the probate erday. The estate Is valued In. and the life use Is be- to the widow. The residue to George F. Migoon and "Jrac of Worcester, Mils, and E. and Samuel F. Turner of lie, Mass. Other Vrnbaro ew. John P. fuudloy yesterday ed V. Webster Culver ndmlnls- pf the esta.te of his father, John l.er, after ft short, hearing. The consists mainly of realty and Is $i6.nnn. will of the late Patrick TTubon ndmltte.l tn prohnte after a whort Ing- The estate is valued at !),- land Is left to three children, ill Huhon, Mrs. nia- M. Campbell iMra. Margaret H. Wrlnn. Claim Crop Wer Ttntned. Iiolo Mwolo, a H.imden farmer, Fstied Frederick I. Shares, a brick- ianicuring. High water to-day at S:5H a. m. The rnonibers of Chin McT.eod, n. S C, will go to Ansonln this evening to take part In thn New Year's ev cele bration given by Clan Min'PonaM of that. city. Victoria court, No. 7, 0. O. S. will hold a pinochle at Mrs F.llzabeth Wa torhury's, 159 York street this evening at S;ir.. Following their usual custom the New Haven Caledonian club will enjoy a sociable at their rooms this evening beginning at S:3H o'clock. The fun will bn kept up until midnight when the fomj.any will sing 'M iuld New V"ar tne quo an a " First footing will then be In order. Announcement made by the Rev. Father Russell that a collection will be taken for the poor at the New Year's day services In St. Patrick's church. This Is the usual collection taken once a year. The Fair Haven friends of Senator elect T.uzerno I.udlngton will tender him an oyster supper at ? Fast Grand avenue tills evening. A-generai in vitation Is extended to all fri'Muls of Cn pi a in Ludington tn attend. The nffalr Is ghen ns testimonial nf friends In ("apt. l.U'lingt.ui's own halliwjck. Tho supper will tie served at. S o'clock. As Through a Shop Window Tnllored bells have buckles of hur nlnhed copper, S?B-M ALLEYS Tho usual leather trappings are na,v less ornamented. Scarlet plumes, have an Inning with the black hat. Ail black hats are st all kinds of materials. the ra,pe In Fgyptlan hatpins and buckles are striking In their dull, rich colors. Gauntlet gloves In soft kid, suede - and chamois are worn Ihls season. 'Muffs are Immense. So are fur neck pieces, The fur bats are more p pen sive, because they are larger. Heal yellow fox furs are trimmed with yellow or cream -colored s'alln. One set was trimmed wllh while ermine. Though never obtrusively fashion able, the pray are the choice of many really well dressed women, particular ly for evening dresses thai lire to be worn often. Tho annunl meeting of the New Tfa en Trades Comvli will he held on Tuesday evening, January ,1 In room ?4. Insurance hnl'ding (Trades Council hall.) The change nf meeting night was made necessary owing to the fact that the regular meeting night fell on New Year's night. The election of officers will take place at this meeting. The hoarders at Sheriff Hugo's will be given a mulcal treat Sunday wh'ui the Second Regiment band will give a concert at the Jnll. The program has not been compiled but It will In a lengthy one and composed of selections with which Mr. Hugo's boarders will he best pleased. moat Improved method, strictly tncludliur a treatment for Hie , making them soft and nf fill appoarance, Price SO rents. f. HAIR DRESSING SHOP (Over Hnyler's.) 916 Chapel Street. Iiolntmenta. Telephone 4ri02-8. mgggBBBI A pretty dance was given last night by Alpha Alpha Sorority In Harmonic hall. This Is the annual dance nf the active nnn alumnae mnmhers, and Is an Invitation affair. The committee nf arrangements Includes Miss Katherine Pnldwln, chairman; M!? Wllla Rob erts, and Miss Ruth Rartlett The pa tronesses will be Mrs. Bartleit and Mrs. Bennett. New Year's day coming on Friday there will he no meeting of the Hospl tnl Aid society. Th next m-et!nc will be on Friday, Jan. S. The society Is much In need of funds to continue the work. Young girls are wearing semlprlnress frocks, an exceedingly pretty and ap propriate fashion. No other model has ever proved so becoming to the school till from 14 to IS years of age. Gold cloth is now used In making hut tons for silk or satin dresses. Th extra trimming Is furnished In a chenille or cord ornament upon ths button. F.ven flat -colored beads are used In button ndntnmrnl. The silhouette of the fashlonahle woman Is almost straight The iica models show not only very scant fklr's, but an Increased size of waist. This , makes thn lines of the figure Just about i straight up and down. j Very little coats of tinsel, ta.e and net cmhrnlderert bands are built on ! Iuls lines, the bands being held to-j gether by fltie-meshed material, which i allows the fabric beneath to show! through. pompadour printed nets j make exquisite house coats, nod are i the cash st of all to put together, as j they tied only be hoid"ied th a, band nf satin ribbon or fur. A lery: smart bouse coat of black net has! slashed edges, finished with black et vet ribbon. Most of these transparent house coats extend to ho knees, and ; are made without sleeves. The fronts are fastened with big china or nu tal buttons or bullion loops. WW, TO MW.TCF,. Chief Cowlr. I'xoiierntes Super numerary Coppola, Satisfied, after a week's investiga tion, that the charges were unfounded due to malice, Chief of Police Cowles has exonerated Supernumerary police man l.ouls Coppola, who was report ed to have been present In a Wallace street gambling house and to have escaped from a window when It was raided a week ago. The chief declares that he has sifted the charges to the bottom, and that it is Very evident that the allegations were circulated by countrymen of Coppola who sought to hurt him In revenge for bis part In a raid which was made en n Myrtle street gambling house some time ago. Coppola gave the police assistance In this rase and was threatened at the time, he says. by those who were caught. cnxnc.F is TTorcTM. Th charge against Policeman Hen ry Charhonnau of the Dlxwell avenue station, who was summoned before the elllcicney committee of the police board at headquarters Tuesday night, are reported to be Intoxication and abuse, made by Charles Cnscnuo, a barber of 10S Chapel strenf. Cnsnpzo made complaint to Chief Cowles sev eral days ago that Chnrbonenu after dropping In at his shop for a hair cut last Thursday nlRht, evidently un der the Influence nf drink, became abusive and finally grabbed him and wrestled about the shop with him. MMMl'l "Che ' Thompson Shop DECORATORS "Thompson" Interiors art the successful result of the rhougrt.& skill of a Body of Designers, Buy ets & Workmen concentrated on the highest attainment In Ihterlor Decoration. Unity of purpose Is lh force throughout the organization, en suring satisfying results with minimum annoyance. f6Gtm5t7kw&tva Office Desks. The Quigley Standard Desks are amnnj? the best. We in ventory January 1. Until then $35 buys a $50 desk, $4 0 buys a $55 desk and $48 buys a $65 desk; heavy square edges and flaked quartered oak. The round edfred desks of other standard makers, com. mending at $14, at equally large discounts. As to the Polls' Perambnla tors, Morris Chairs, Children's Rockers, and, in fact, most any thing in the furniture line, don't you make us an offer this week unless you wish to buy. X assistant si pi :n i yi :r. (Jurstinti Owr Appropriation In Public Work Drparltni'iit. Among the appropriations for next I year the sum of ? 1 . 'J 0 0 for the sal- j nry of another assistant superintend-; ent of sir. its has been Included, It Is j learned. The same sum was appro-' prl.itcd lat jt-nr but never was used S by Director Foley of the department ' of public works for lhat purpose. i The only one on the eligible list for the position Is ex-Alderman Henry' Donovan of the Ninth ward. He was1 placed on the list after an examination Some years ago by (he civil service : board, hut the director did not see lit ' to make an appointment. There Is: now only one asl.'-lanl superintendent ' of streets, lie Mlcha.l Sullivan,' 1'iitll Hie death or Patrick eb b there had been two assistants. Since his' dealli the olllce lias been vaeanl, j KI MOVK P. O. M IA noil, Suggested ei Hcllrio Crit-li In Narron Parage. 1 Tfie Christmas rush at the potoll)ee has made the position of the elevator In the corridor a rather serious ques tion s only one .eron at a time can con venlnent y pass here. Ih"re wa- much d'lay causeii among the i-roadx Collector lni'he ha suggested the removal of the post nearby, but this would add only a limited amount of space, j Assistant Postmaster Tuttle ha? sua gested the riuovn of the elevator from the building. H sas the room would be of tar grealer value In the corridor than all the accommodation the ee-! vntnr gives Mr. Tuttle jays that when j the United States court meets, the ele- t vator is very convenient. And it Is also I used by people going to the second ! floor But he would favor more room I In the lower corridor which Is so much ' needed, even If the elevator has to be, sacrificed, brown enfti Complete House Furnishers, GRANGE AND CENTER STREETS. The Metropolitan Store of New Haven, B"M ALLEYS 13 n n n -13 n n n n u K E3 J3 n n a el , Odd Silk Petticoats, as sorted colors and 15lack,wcre $3.95 and $5., At $3.50. Christmas Aprons, slightly soiled, worth 29c, 39c, 50c and 75c, At Half Price. Odd Cotton Petticoats, in plain and fancy colors, werp $1.50 to $3.00, At 95c. A Jtist-f or -Thursday Jubilee ! agMLt:ai.aiiaaTaiac3 Last Day of-4rIic Mid -Winter Clearance. "VTill lose your "Just for Friday " this week because of New Year's Closing. But we '11 he out to make ample bargain-amends all clay Thursday with a one day round-up of Mid-Winter Clearances, which will disclose some of the most important money-saving issues of the entire economy-movement. Shop for the New Year the day before New Year at Malley's and you '11 find it exceedingly worth while. Here are opportun itiessmall lots for which one must "step lively". n ti M li n n H H 0 n n w n n n H n n n n n n n n H n n n n H n S3 n n n n ES H U to 'n , n ! H n H H n H CI n u n w H n n w u m n n u u n u u n n ta n la n The Baby Store Joins Bargain Issuc ( Art Annex, Next Elevator, Main Floor. ) Children's Dresses. Galatea Wash Dresses. Arcs 2 tofiyrs. Worth $1.00, $1.50, $1.05 and $2.25. At half price. Baby Mittens 10c Assorted lot of White Wool Mit tens. Worth 15c and 25c. Odd Baby Coats 21 White Rearskin Coats. Ages 3, 4, 5 and 6 years. Choice at half price. Odd Baby Caps All this season's styles, Silk, Rearskin, Corduroy. Worth $1.00 to $3.50 At Half Price. Odd Baby Coats 50c. Colors and White. Slightly soiled. Ages 3, 4 and 5 yrs. Odd Baby Coats $1.50 35 in all. Ages 2 to fi yrs. Cloth Astrachan, fancy Mixtures, plain Serges. Worth $2.50 and $3.00. HALF PRICE SAMPLES : Little lot of Knit Goods-Sweaters, Shawls, Sacques, Bootees, Mittens. One-Half Price Remnants. Short lengths of our best sell ing styles in Silks, DressGoods and l.ininis. Suitable for Skirts Waists, Gowns and Children's Dresses. Tan Shoe Clearance. Misses' and Children's Kid and Calf Skin, Rutton, Lace and Rlucher, broad and Skuffer shaped lasts. Values $1.75, $2.00, $2.25. Misses', 11 1-2 to 2, $1.59. Children's, 7 to 11, $1.39. One-Half Price Upholstery. A clearance of short lengths of handsome Cretonnes, Bur laps, Denims, Silkolenes, Mus lins .and Silks at half marked price. life mm 7V 2 I I KTHTVItt I Mm mm How The Winter Outerwear Does Fly! Skirts worth to $10.00, At $4.95. fifty of them in six styles. Almost all sizes in Panamas, Mixtures, Voiles, Broadcloths, Imported Novelty Tweeds, new Fall and Winter models. Long Coats worth to $25.00, At $12.50. A lot of this season's very fashionable long Tourist and Outing Coats, In Grays and Mixtures, some few Navys and Browns. Made by a leading Fifth Avenue coat maker. Fur Sets worth to $7.50, At $3.75. Dark River Mink, handsome large Pillow Muff and 50-inch Throw. Lined with guaranteed satin. rtt ITT 4 , ft' a? t a a nc oiik naists iix $o.yo ami .o. Values to up $10.00. Messaline, Net, Lace and Taffeta. All colors and all sizes. Some of the very best values offered this season. Misses' Coats worth to $15.00, At $7.50. A clean-up of Misses' Long Coats, 12 to 20 years. In Grey,' Blue, Brown and Mixtures ; some solid colors. All this season's models. Regular $15.00 values. Clearance Sale Price $7.50. Cotton Dress Goods 9c Various size checks and large p'aids, in Worsted effects. Lxcellent for children's dresses or women's house gowns; mostly dark colors. 15c vahie. Ribbons 19c All Silk Taffeta Ribbons in Whites, Pinks, Blues, Navys, Browns and Cardinals. Reg ular value 29c. White Madras 11c A great big assortment of stripes and figures in new designs. They '11 make very pretty waists and children's dresses. Regular value 15c. Thursday's Bargain Bustle In The Basement. Toys at Half i'rice. To rlnsf on! Top we hnve marked Roods on tables nt Nlf price fur Thursday. White Covered Dishes 19c Ahotit fifty Vi'hlte Porcelain Covered Dishes. Sell rejtulflfly t SOeench. Terra Cotta Vases $1.25. About 25 ; assorted shapes, sires and color ing In Vases. Regular $3.00 each. Wash Boards 10c each Odd lot of 15 Wash Boards, heavy zinc, med ium and laundry sizes, Worth 25c and 35c. Fancy Baskets 10c each. Odd lot of Fancy Baskets worth 25c and 35c. Coffee or Tea Pots 35c. Harvey Riker's Half Minute Coffee or Tea Pots with hot water pan. So easy to make good coffee that a child can use It successfully. Sell regularly up to $1.25 each. Hat and Coat Racks 15o Odd lot of Mission Hat and Coat Racks, worth 29c. At 15c each. Other Just-for -Thursday Bargain Clean-ups, 25c f?ox Paper for 13c. Dainty note size, White, plate finish. Just the sie for ackno-. ledgment notes. Regular 25c quality. 50c Fiction for 25c. One table filled with choice titles of Fiction, Poems, Classics, P.tc. White bound, floral decorated. 50c Night Shirts 39c. Men's Domct Flannel Night Shirts, cut full sizes and extra well made. $1.00 Underwear 59c. Men's Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers, broken sizes of Norfolk and New Brunswick and other well known makes. At 5f)c a garment. Combination Sets 35c. Men's Combination Sets, consisting; of one pair of Suspenders, with Gar ters and Arm Bands to match. At 35c. Embroid. Collars 12 l-2o Embroidered Linen Collars, many pretty designs ; in all sizes, 12 to 16. Regular value 25c. H n n n n n n u n n n n n to to to to n to to n u n to f5 f a ) W -3 II to to to to to to to to a to ..to to w n1 'fe-MALLEY(- The Metropolitan Store of New Haven. TbECiw!VJ ATI nr.,. ft. . t'HW'fSFS TN FONTtnrATFONS. Tiiiinck nl Dljunoml limit, Munntiilii, to roniiret (iiniM null KtJillon. Honolulu, 'lir. :ift.-Th plnns for Hi" rxtcnnlvn I'l-irtlllcHtlonx whlrli th I'iiKitI HIhIcn k fionntriirtlpa; nl Iiiil iiinrirl tli-Hrl tin vc twin t'liiitiic'il Hllnhl l.v, Tn IiiihiHh nr now l'ln rlrlvrtt from tli.. rorllHrnflon throush thp wnll of thi- iniiiintHln lo thp rrntcr nf the rintiT to i-noni'i'l tho hlg ((iins wllh tlif (ib"-'fvatlon t at Inn una tho fire control. utototouuutouatousiuutouatototo utouutototototototototoUM utoUtoUtotomtoUtototonnan j i,i j;t i, toi.i.s $io.om. i'lt nf KH'I'iVh Mnoli'rn Shl4 rim-.-Inj; rriil'niii;ll In Mi illtri i II nnn n, UHllllU.'IOII, I H-I-. ,1M. 'I III I lllllll loll' IVhhll Din I'lllloil Mlltl'N lllllKt ,IIJ- In pill lllr. Imltlivililp tlri't tliroii;:ll tho Sip-, i'iiiiiiI ulll ho liotuonn $i:ift,nno ,npl $H(l,nnn. nf tlm i.lxti'i'ii iiiiltli'MhlpH iitid tlirif" aiixlllnrli'N roinpoiMii)f thr flont, tln Kfinsns In IliiWn In thf Ipmloii fix l''"- this: "Mr lnnf thf tnllM will b $S.M.SS. wlilln tli" Minnow 't-i. tlic tK'Xt In tonmiKo n compari'd umloi' the .-llli.il -( gllllitloll.l, will coct. Ill" Kovoninp nl $s,7ii ,l"l. lii-.-ir .V ! i i t-. 1 1 Sporvv'M ll.is-ihii, lh" I 'mini -i l i. -n I . v ( 1 1 i-'-rpili-n nn niilliiy "f 's.Tn!) ;i it 1 1 llio sni i ilrr vt'xm'ls In irn pin 1 lull. Tlin ilipliirrmilll pln.vs no pin t In thn rninpiil lux of rnnol ilni'H, II Iw not ui'lht, hut tnnnni Hint lonnln. It i ; 1 1 . ' M no illffci't'iu'" whi"lh oi' ii ship li Imnli'il or finpiy, llio tux I'l'llllllllH till' Kllllio. Tin' pt'vifiit i iili w iiihI rfi?itl.'itons priVPIIIHIR ihr rllllJll iiac" WfV Ol'll? Imilly ilraivti up hy an lntenuttlonal 1'iimmlMHlnn whli'h ini't tn f'nnnt.-inllno-pp 111 1X73. The tni'tlinilH or t:ulii(f tnn HMKf, onil 1 y which It Is IIuiinM inul IpvIoiI wpvp, hnwi'vi'r, inori'ly iwnm nnTiflf.il mill Hiihsprjui'iit ly inloptml hy tlin RrlliHli Rnvrrniinit on lis laliliir fontrol nf thi; propovty. i:i,k TioN v.x pkvsi.; wr i i:ii;ts Alliny, 1 '!'. 31. 'I'hi. lAMHoi'l-iiioii to froyi'llt t'nmipl I'I'iP'l In'H ill Klncl Ions iinnoiini'i(l t ml i 'tluit. Ihi' (irlpiina r-oiinlv iIpiiioc'I-ii I p poninilttPi', thn hint J ik'UntjUfnt among tlio republk'tui ami fmrpr:it In cn'inty pommlttoift, hna flle ItH r If ft Ion fvppiifio .sliilftncnt. with th' M-iTPhirv of sIhIp. .nhowlnir roci'lDtB o ?l,1!i,"i inul i-vpi-nflltin-ps nf $'t,51B.flO. ThlJ Is tlm iii-Mt line In thn lilHlnry of th sl.iip Mini Dm nloptlon . rxponao state. iiinntM of nil iln ennnty fiimrnlttees o l.hi two Ki'ptit' piirtlpa hnvn been filed "Mr. Npw-hinirrl, yon Oliln't cat anj or mi i- rhrlMimas (ffmiip," "Tluiiilt yon. t novr-r work holldayw Mr a. Haiihley." Exchange.