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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL ANDCOUBIER SATURDAY DKCKMBER 22 1834.
S THREE COURTS IN SESSION. iVMlt AXD lAWtKMi WKMKKKPX VNVHALLT MVT rEBTBMDAT, Short Ctlndw taxiaa of Superior Cowi Uniuullr rrolTMtodMn. CUnwyl ' CoatMl for Mar OrandMB-Frenk Me tllaa's rial DnflBlalwd. In ths superior court yesterday af ternoon tat was taken up the caw of tbt Dime Savings bank of Walllntf ord aralnit Henry F. Hall, administrator, and other. The cm came up on a mo tion for limitation of time for redemp tion. The bank holds a mortgare of 12,000 on some property In Walllngford. A number of the residents of the town testified that the property In question was not worth over $2,100. After a lengthy bearing Judge Wheeler fixed the time for redemption at the first Tues day In November, 1895. This Is an un usually long time tor the redemption of a mortgage. Judge Wheeler also gave a bearing on the habeas corpus proceedings brought by Catherine Clancey to obtain the pos session of her ten-year-old grandson. The child In question Is the son of Joseph Clancey of this city, who at present bas possession of the child, and Is anxious to retain it. During the af ternoon several witnesses were exam ined In reference to the case. It was brought out that Mrs. Clancey had been appointed guardian of the child, that his father had deserted him and gone west In 1889, and It was also testified to that Joseph was addicted to drink and consequently wan not a proper guar dian for the child. It was also claimed that h tvnv was llvlns: with hlB grand mother lh Ansonia and had been enticed away from school there a short time mrn hw hn father. Whem court aa Journed the hearing was unfinished, and consequently Judge Wheeler con tinued the case until next Wednesday morning at o'clock, when It will De re anmed Judge Wheeler also granted an order authorising F. C. Lum, receiver or . m Tinmrtnn-. & Bone, the candy manufac turers, to continue the business until April 10, 1895. By .the terms of the or der Receiver Lum Is to make a state ment of the business done. each month and file It with the court In case the iMiainM in run to a. loss any month the fact Is to be communicated to the court. The order further, directs the receiver to advertise the plant. The annmlBftl of the Dl&nt shows unencum bered assets of $73,000 and liabilities of isn.ooo. ' The allowance of $25 to defend was ordered in the suit for divorce brought by Frank Stanford against his wife Marv. altering: Intolerable cruelty. In the divorce suit brought by Emma L. Allen against George M. Allen, the defendant was ordered to nle an an owAr tn the emrmlaint at once. In the common pleas court, criminal Bide, yesterday before Judge Hotchklss and a Jury was resumed the trial of Frank McGinn, charged with violating the liquor law at savin kock on sun flnva lost, summer. When court ad journed at 3 o'clock the trial was still unfinished, and will he resumed at 10 o'clock Monday morning. City Court Criminal Side Judge Cable, Michael Gunshanen, violation of law de election, discharged; John Falsey, violation of liquor law de election, $50 fine,' $19.84 costs; Jacob D. Pohlman, breach of the peace, continued until December 22; Patrick Ganley, breach of the peace, 15 days In jail, $9.70 costs; James Root, theft, $1 fine, $7.06 costs; Johanah Cain, breach of the peace, con tinued until December 22; Fred Panlelo, breach of the peace, $10 fine, $9.06 costs; Thomas Rees, breach of the peace, con tinued until January 21; James Cassidy, violation of city ordinance, continued until December , 28; Judson J. Hayes, non Support, continued until January 21. wssTrrztE. An Agreeable Surprise The Edgewoodi Rev.Mr. McHicholl A Matter Set Bight Westville, Dec. 21. The members of Edgewood lodge, K. of P., were agree ably surprised on Monday evening, when In response to a knock at their outer door they found Captain L. F, Norton and a delegation from Sheffield division No. 2, U. R., awaiting admit tance. JIt seema unnecessary to say that the visitors were warmly welcom ed, and after the regular .business had been disposed of .they gave an exhlbi tlon drill, which . showed remarkable proficiency. Captain Norton has every reason to be proud of his command, and we wish them every possible success, .run out latcnstnng again. Sir Knights, "Shall American Insitutlons be Pre served?" will be the theme of the Rev; M. MCNlcholl's discourse at the M. E. church on Sunday evening. Mr." Me- Nicholl is an able and eloquent speak er, and as the subject is one which should receive the thoughtful consider ation of every one, we hope he will be greeted, by a large audience. The statement that the government official experienced noiuneasiness dur ing our late trouble is pronounced by those itfa. position to know to be simply ridiculous. That he was' thoroughly rattled, they claim, Is shown by the fact that oh several occasions he not only licked and applied postage stamps, but actually thanked the parties served for the privilege of bo doing, thereby estab lishing' a precedent which Is sure to make trouble in the future. Nuff ced. ' . : .Jours, .;;, vv-; P.-tV-vt i ?; -V; J'Welir did you vote?" , said Mrs. Spundkin to her daughter, as the lat ter removed her wraps on election day 1n 1920. ''Why, mamma, I'll tell you how It was,'' replied the earnest young glrL 'A real nice young man I sup pose h was one of hte election officers came up and asked what ticket I was going to vote, and when I told him he said, 'But surely you are - not old enough yet to cast a ballot, miss. So what could I do but smile sweetly at fha -compliment and come away?" . Parper'f Bazar. r i, CBRIITXJ9 KXKMCIMKt Of MlM Nichols1 Kcaaa!, It How SlrMt The Christmas . exerolses of Miss Nichols' school, 76 Hows street, wert held Thursday afternoon. The rooms were tilled with the par ants and friends of the pupils. The appended program was very satisfactorily rendered, and It was participated Jn by pupils from all the different departments of the school. At the close of the program Santa Claus arrived and began his work un loading the bright Christmas tree. This was particularly amusing to the chil dren In the kindergarten and primary departments, In charge of Miss Griggs and Miss aalbraltb. The pupils In Miss Nichols' room pre sented her with a beautiful lamp In the school colors, white and gold. Song The Christmas Tree School. Recitation At the Christmas Tree.. Miss Edna Ferry. Piano Solo Valse Arebuque Miss Daisy Woodward. Recitation Origin of the Opal Miss Grace Marvin. Song-Twinkle. Twinkle, Little Star. Kindergarten. , Reading The Story of Christmas... Miss Clarlbel Mix. Song Christmas Bells Kindergarten and Primary. Recitation What Santa Claus Sees Miss Winnie Campbell. Piano Solo Narcissus fc Miss Bertha Thomas. Recitation Santa Claus' Cake Master Dannie Gladding. Song Ten Little Colored Fairies.... Margaret Brownson, Elizabeth East man, May Campbell, May Jeffcott, Agnes Candee, Prudence Lee, Janet Chesley.Hazel Nesbit.Loulse Chamberlain, Elizabeth Rogers. Recitation What December Says.. Miss Jennie Jeffcott. Song Polly and I Miss May Loverldge. Recitation A Legend of the North land Miss Marlon' Nichols. Song Hark! the Bells.. . Primary Department Fancy Dance Miss Bertha Downs, Miss Marion Nich ols. Arrival of Santa Claus. CHRISTMAS EXERCISES. A Very Interesting Program Rendered by Dwlght School 1'nplU Yesterday Morn ing. The scholars of room 12, Dwlgbt school, held their Christmas exercises at the school yesterday morning. The program was as follows: 1. Musio-Chrlstmas School 2. Reading Origin of Christmas Master Burnham 3. Reading Sun Worshipers. Master Manwarlng 4. Selections. Pupils 5. Music Seedtime and Harvest School. t. Reading Queer. Christmas. Tregs Miss Parkhurst 7. Reading Canton's Famous Flowers Miss Mabel Bright 8. Music In the Moonlight School 9 Reading Ghost Papers Miss Maddern 10. Recitation Christmas Time- Miss Clarke 11. Selections! Pupils 12. Music Laugh and Sing School 13. Recitation Bringing Home the Hol ly Master Cooke 14. Recitation A Christmas Song " Miss Ailing 15. Selections Pupils 16. Music Coronation School 17. Recitation Left In Charge- Miss Emily Hird 18. Recitation Christmas. Bells- Miss. Sammis 19. Music Christmas Time Is Come Again School 20. Recitation Merry, Merry Christmas Miss O'Connell 21. Recitation What the Gran'dmoth' ers Say , . Miss Stokes 22. Recitation Baby's Christmas Gift Miss Piatt 23. Music . Bellmont ; School. " 24. Recitation At the Prison . Door- . - Miss Arnold 25. Music Angel of Peace" School 26. Recitation What Vou Would Do- Miss Baird 27. Recitation Christmas Bells -Miss Bronson 28. Music I Know a Sweet Valley School 9. Recitation Santa Claus and the Little Helpers Miss Fowler 30. Recitation A Christmas Tree Miss Clara Hird 81. Music Silent Night 1 School 32. Recitation After Christmas-- - .- y '. Miss Gorman 33. Recitation A Christmas Carol ' ? , Miss Parkhurst 34. Music NIcoea , School 35. Recitation The Happiest Christmas Miss Waldron S6. Recitation Tha Bishop and the Baby - i Miss Lincoln' 37. Double - Quartet No Shadows Yonder. . , 38. Recitation Little Rocket's Christ mas . , . . Miss Keefe 9. Recitation The Boy's Cartoon - 'Miss Klmberly 40. Music ' ' ' Webb School. ) , ; 41. Recitation Miss Muslin of Quintil- Uon 'Square Miss Julia Bright 43. Music America , School 44. Recitation The First Christmas in New England Miss Frlsble 45. Music A Christmas Song- Miss Boarue 46. Recitation A Christmas Problem . Miss Hooehktrck 47. Music Morning Greeting School 48. ' Recitation Annie and- 5: Willie's rrayer Miss Mabel Bright 49. Music-Calm, on.' the- Listening Ear oiwignt- ' School In room 9 of the same school the pupils also held Christmas exercises, the program of which-was' as follows: Sontr, "Vacation Days," school; "The Story of Christmas," Misses-Wyre, M. Winter, Rose, ;, C. Winter, Higby, Kleiner, Masters Perry, Ridley. John- eon. Bradley, Kraft; song, "Hark, the Herald Angels," school; "A Christmas' Message," Helen Sammis; "A Visit tto Grandma's,' Grace Burt;; "At te'Ghrtst mas," Eddie Flynnv zither solo, Ly man Johnson; , "Christmas ' Bells," Edith Burgess; "Boys -Rights,? Charles B1H; Christmas Bells," Ella SmKto; "LegendJ of the Christmas Tree," Llsxle Dunley; "Christmas Stockings." Joule Ahearn; song, "Christmas Time Is Come Again," school; "The Pride of Battery B," Arthur Odonklrchen; "The Little Christmas Spy." Nellie Williams; " De cern tx-r," Dorothy Wrlgbt; ilther solo, Lyman Johnson; "The Christmas Prayer," Lota Hodges; "For Santa Claus," Allot Lincoln ; "German Chil dren at Christmas," Sadie Roberts; "Annie and Willie's Prayer," Alma Rydberg; "Happy New Tear," school. rnt. l v -s rv I $oOAP it Floats 15 NOT LOST mt enocrm a oambu oo, own. the Beware of imitations. uitu must have this on neck label of every Eisnm & Mendelson Co., iS . r 3 Many Persons Cannot touch food prepared with lard, and yet all such people can eat freely of food shortened with, or cooked (even fried) m COTTO LE N E. For dyspep tics, and those with delicate digestive powers, Cotio lene is invaluable. Having all the good features of lard, with none of its unhealthfulness, its wonderful "f Sm FLOWERS, &f M DECORATIONS, M0fak T FRANK s! "PUTT'S, Hvy 374 STATU 8TRBBT. V THE BROWMES' CHRISTMAS CARMVAL. See the little men. They hold full sway in our south window. The New Haven WMow M Co 38, 70 and ?2 Orange Street. Carpets, Rugs and Draperies, Domestic and Imported, AT LOWEST PRICES. . . Open every evening until Christmas. Mrs. Newlywed John, love, you really must grow a beard. Mr. Newlywed Nonsense pet; why do you wish that? Mrs. Newlywed So that when you carry baby nights he'll have something to grab hold of.-Harpef Bazar. "How Is young Blaggl? doing In business?" asked her father, "tlpten dldly," was the confident reply. "He says that he considers himself very lucky at the store." "Have l hey ralaed his salary V "N-no. But they threat ened to discharge him and didn't do It" Washington Star. v IN THE TUB. John Drew t 5 AYS: I FIND the genuine Johann Hoff's Malt f Extract very beneficial for 3w brain workers. It exalts energies and stimulates z the nutritive powers, with out exciting the system. The y signature: y bottle. ky'b'lnWffs Sole Asents, New York. success is easily explained. The genuine always has trade mark steer's head in cotton-plant wreath on every pail. . Hade only by Tha N. K. Falrbank Company, CHICAGO, and Prodsee Kxehuge, N. I., tu State St., Bwtei. rs ' ARBs . . -Self. Contained, requiring no briok setting. Without Gaskets or Packing, and are thus always tight. , Have Vertioal Waterways, giving free circulation. . Irg Direct Tire Surface, using the radiant S teisds in use and all giving satisfaction. S SHEJAHAN & GROARK, J 8team Fitter and Plumbers. Telephone 4043 f 15 and 287 State Street , GOING FAST AND NO MISTAKE, Because they've been railroaded. That's whnt thomilillo ore doing with our stock of Holiday Good, In fact, they're treating It im If it wore a flock of pigeon and homing It. We can't keep anything we have If found homewnnl. Our uiu.hp vu wm vuB uiaDuiaiHurers aim picic ne nowors 01 ino wnmii ! iu. tlon. We've Just done It again, and the mult Is a medley of surprlslna intriiut Ivenes. A display like our ! a go from the turt. All like to see fine Furniture where It look the bct at homf, and nowhere cau you e so much for so little a In our (tore. Here you will And proud value ami bumble price. H. B. ARMSTRONG & CO., 89-97 Orange Street and 780 Chapel Street. MONARCH Your choice of Rims and Tires Call and See Them. Bucldnotam Clark I Jackson State K0AL. I am now delivering Koal in bags and carried Into the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all dirt and buy of W. F. GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opposite Postofflce, 89 to 91 Hailroad Arcnne. OUR Is Full of Many Attractive But and Shoes Suitable tS-entlemen's Russet Goat Opera Slippers, $ 1.2 5 " Bright Dongola Opera Slippers, 1.25 " Russet Goat Ankle Slippers, " Black Kid Ankle Slippers, " Pelt Sole Bath Slippers, Ladies' Fur Trimmed Joliet Slippers, Silk Room Slippers, worth $3.00, Bright Kid Strap and Opera, Turkish Embroidered Slippers, Gray Felt Room Scuffs, . Misses', Boys' and Little made with flexible serviceable The New Haven 842-846 Chapel Street, New Haven. Conn. YOUR CHRISTMAS AS WELL as your THANKSGIVING DINNER Will not be complete ROOT'S QUAKER BREAD: - Most nutritious and palatable, and endorsed and highly recommended by the medloal faculty. Thousand say it Is the most delicious and healthful bread ever introduced to ! the New Haren public. Made by the original process at . Root'sBakery, 859 Grand Avenue ' BE SURE Ask your grocer for ROOT'S QUAKER BREAD. ' 1 Label on each loaf. rm m I hMAlcai uoniuuM aoodyni tlMbloc Din aemojt na specuts girm m mgnrs twtet sleep Med not Mglset your w mmm tor ii sotbatyoa ML bicycles; Highest Grade. Weighs 25 Pounds. 298 State street A'ents 294 STORE Suggestions. Inexpensive Slippers for Christmas Gifts. 1.50 1.25 1.00 1.50 1.50 1.00 .79 .50 Children's Felt Slippers leather out-soles are and noiseless. Shoe Company, unless you have AND no omum or uiueri aauunapouon in iroai-omce address we mail and tTKEH trial bottle M and proTs k f k k to you that! himiniM m ii p will and does cure wthnitl nr ox nmoeaaon. IT MM, UldH CO, MCHEiTU. R. T. rg Goo&s, Wi. Mm Holiday Week Will be busy of eouree, but we have s lurgo force of oompetent salospeoplo. Come In the morning If possible, and our delivery teuin will bring your puruhasol to your door wbcu ou want them. Mackintoshes. A fine newllnc. DlnKoiml olotli Mauk IiiohIi, rubber lined nud warranted, at t2.nn. DlHKoiial cloth MiU'klntoolins with Que plnld lining ut $1.50. Umbrellas. All styles, linndxomo mounts, best silk and luitlnls engraved free, (1.S0 up wards. Silk 'Mufflers and Hdkfs. Heavy brocaded Silk Mufflers, black or white, 75o value, at 4!)c. Complete line of better jthkIch. Gieut Hundker chief snips all this week. neniitlful Pillow Slmms In Irish Point D'Esprlt, 98c. up. FURS. Complete Holiday Stock Fur Muffs, Neck lions and Cnpes for Ladies and Children. CLOAKS. Special llolldny Reduction ON EVERY CHILD'S CLOAK in our establishment. TUN TKIl CENT. DISCOUNT on every Ladies' Cloak, Cnpeor Coat above fclH.iiO, besides (ho regular reductions on ALL CLOAKS. HOLIDAY GOODS. SEE THE SPECIAL" VALUES in Toilet Sets, Work Boxes, Manicure Sets, Jewel Cases, Tic Boxes, Albums, Mir rors, Picture Frames, Smokers' Tables and Cases and Smoking Sets, Shaving Cases, Metal Trays of every shape. The 11 nest line of Leather Pocket Books and Shopping Bugs in this city. Fans. Fans. Fine of Feather, Gauze and Silk. ' SPECIAL Flue Feather Fans, deco rated sticks, 50u value, at 29c. Dainty Lace Collars and other Ladies' Silk Neckwear. Men's and Boy's Ties. Lined and unlined Kid Gloves and well, don't forget to see how much quantity, value, variety and pretty use ful articles you can Hud this week at WM. FRANK & CO., 781-783 Chapel street. MEN AND WOMEN T0S.AT Ipay $8 to $1B per week for making crayon portraits: now patented method; anyone who csn road or write on do the work at home, lti spare tlmo, day or evening. Send your address. I aond work at once. H. A. GR1PP, Gorman Artist, dl 20 22 27 Tyrone, Pa. California Excursions VIA Southern Pacific Co. LOWEST RATES. Also tickets for TEXAS, MEXICO, CHINA and JAPAN. Call on or address E. E. CUKRIER, N. E. Agent, HENRY GAZE & SONS' PERSONALLY CONDUCTEDTOURS To All Parts of the World. Leaving at different dates during winter and spring. For full particulars apply to JOHN MORSE, 69 Center street. Telephone 407-4. n!3 882 CHAPEL STREET, Has now on sale a very choice assortment of Holiday Goods, Both useful and ornamen tal, suitable for Christmas Gifts, All of which are offered at attractive prices. An inspection is invited. ' dl76t MrinCFenr C. E.Hart Co. 1 Buy your Market Supplies For, The Holidays ' Where yon get the . .' ... ' . -i . i. '. . - . ... -.- ' V ; Best Value for Your Money Our market 1b . emphatically that place. . , . . 4 WE OFFER THIS WEEK I . - , Choice Beet and Mutton, v : Delicious Fat Poultry, ( . , ; , All kinds of Game, domestic and - foreign, . , . , . . . Vegetables and Fruits.' 1 r 350 and 352 STATE STREET. rr ; . 1