Middletown Penny Press, March 10, 1905

Middletown Penny Press

March 10, 1905

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Issue date: Friday, March 10, 1905

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Middletown Penny Press (Newspaper) - March 10, 1905, Middletown, Connecticut WHOLE NO. 8,446. EIGHT PA0ES, THE PENNY PEESS, MIDDLETQWS., GOlpF., FKIDAY, I    *     t         �   ��*���� HAVE YOU SEEJN IT? . Have you seen our handsome window display of the new spring styles of Curtis perfect fitting collars? If notf, don't fail -to see the largest display of col. lars ever shown in the state. If you're critical about your linen, just try these famous    . CRARY ISC, Two for a Quarter         that is the method we^employ to keep- busy. And with all this bargain giving there's no falling -c^ In quality. .  I Your money refunded for anything unsatisfactory the rule here. . ' ' It's a guarantee of both price and quality. ! . Forty pieces Real Torchon Lace, made in Germany, all widths from one inch to three inches. Inserting to match only 5c a yard. , Come in and see them whether you want to purchase 6r not. They are the best'for the price even seen in this city. You'll say so yourself. - SHIRT WAISTS. Come here first when you're looking for a waist. New ones coming in every other day-some crack-a-jacks will be here for Saturday. We have still a fine assortment and all sizes, at 35c, worth 50c; and 49c, worth 75p. . N. B.-We are only beginning our campaign of cut prices -better keep jyour eye on us and look around a little before you buy. ' tt tt tt tt tt tt IT PAYS. IVIAIIM The decision bjf the Superior judgment to tbej In Mr. Bennett piaragraph.in rejgard to the $50 bje left to Mr. Bryan is operati decision, and the result is as aibpve. The Superior court SEALED LET WILL SAYS Hartford, ;Marrh 10-Tie supreme dourt of Connectjicut yesterday; hattded down a decisioA Bennett will cake, in whiich. Wjlliam J. Bryan has figured as a possible beneficiary to the exjtent of $50,000,----- vided in..a "sealed letter'] left former New Yorfe merchant Upholds the decision cpurt, which rendered effect that the clause will containing the ,000 to jve and that the said fuhq" is a part of as pro-by: the With no purpose, tpr says that thfe liam J. Bryan. the residuary estate. jMr. Bryan, after one oif the most interesting trials ever held inifcew Hayqn, appealed from this stated having held that the seated letter was ho part of the will, the only question to decide was on its contents as a testamentary djocument.. Clause 12 of the will leaves $50,000 to Mrs. Bennett in trust while the sealed let-money is left to Wil-Therefore the Supreme court holds, that the Superior court is right in deciding that the clause is' opera^iye. - What the! Decision Says.; In its decisicjn[ the Supreme court today says, in part: i I No effect can pe- given: this ?'sealed lietter" as a part of the will,' feven if evidence was offered to prove that it was in existence and- known to th.e testator at the tiine the will te exe cuted. i � To treat this! lpttef* as an operatiye declaration of trust would be, in effect, to hold that testamentary disposition of property could be made by an instrument not executed in conforinitory with the statutes iregulatihg such trans fers of properties. - j The opinion jpes into the history of the will case in detail, j-reviewing it from the first contest over thej sion'of the sealed letter in New before the Superior court. I  Counsel for Ur. Bryani wh'eji asked tonight if the case woijild taken any higher, sail that it would Mr. Bryan Notified. M Milwaukee, March 10.-The spatch from Hertford annouricjing the decision of the Supreme couri'in the Philo S. Bennett will cas4, wa|s Mr. Bryan over the telephone night, at the conclusion pf hijs here.- Mr. ,Bryaln said hje ha^i for Saturday and Monday. We were fortunate the past week in finding two small lots on their �ands, made up for this spring, whij to close out at once.; We took them at what seemed low figure for new, clean goods, and we offer them to| They won't last over Saturday and Monday. Black Mercerized Petticoats Fifteen dozen.  Made of extra quality sateen, of u bright lustrous finish, in .different lengths, 39 to 42 inches. Six different styles, in three and four ruffles, and in accordion plaits. Made in the very ikeest way, and would retail ordinarily at $1,50.......................SPEQIAL 98 CENTS EACH �manufacturers with hi|ch they were anxious to us a ridiculously you in the same way. admis-Haven not be. de- read to late last lecture not re- ceived any direct notice pf the court's decision and;had^ no comnientj to -make further than that, he rjresuNied tn.� decision ends tie contest. FOR COAL BUSINESS Consolidated Said | to Trade. be Getting 2 :<< NG iMONEY. Corrects who [formerly shipyard at Mystic ment, rhade effect that he has parjties. contracting the sun} of in.a recent further stiates was no such to the contrary his .employees asked qn he says tjhe � financial .he completion He stated for the sev and which ajmount as jhas McDonald tninks gh withopt bu'blic. onfe era hit Train ulation = templates ice beti Ja.t 50 centt^ i|iave grow-r report ing on a een liar third-Hartford g had be lirding the gileld servic: Siervibe. thftt th;e| ecn for out thf� (froqiitj ford rhll svi Pub- con-now in a state-iot been for the money article, that the amount was in-Had of the he could sis and of the his abil-al pay-claims pub-his posi-being mis- Union Linen and While Damask Waists - The Union; Linen Waist is made with two large pfaits running down the center, enclosing a'handsome .panel of heavy embroidery, with three plaits adjoining right and left; beautifully stitched, and wiith a dainty hemstitching running down the center. The Waist is made wide-across the shoulders, with sleeve of the new full effect, and cuff made of treks. The White Damask Waists are of extra fine material, in several choice designs.' Made in r the latest style, with side plaits,.and sleeve in the nei- fuU--effect. Both lots in all .sizes, from 32 to 42. They were intended to retail at $1.50 each, and would be good value at that,...........SPECIAL, 9& CENTS EACH Main Floor Specials �er he pieen Consoli- Jputtiqg on an Hartford tihe round i (J)f the re-company nt steam' jind Bris-stem. At division it was pn heard from rumored Hart ie. CONNECTICUT BRIEFLY. ha STRATFORD Stiles Judson Mr: Judson left SEYMOUR.-.7 of the has, re.cei braided busy for month: liltd A'-! JR. Bri eivfcd h g Wire wl-.i H-The wi s'" been ah estate V jlie braidi 'xey TCeri contrai hich will SaUTHPORT Wars in Conn near this villaj monument to eoj throw of the Pom fight of July 13, -The Soci ectiput has rjecen ge a haiidsom^ AjlN.-John I Mi of New Britai NEW BRIT worthy president Eagles has received  an dekno^ from President Roosevelt of aj of congratulation sent hifn in; the aerie on Saturday. EVERY H Henery 'Wood^ gist of Mi .HIXDIPp." t Nerve Toilic positive guar Its merits art! town an