OCR Interpretation


The daily morning journal and courier. [volume] (New Haven, Conn.) 1894-1907, December 10, 1904, Image 5

Image and text provided by Connecticut State Library, Hartford, CT

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84020358/1904-12-10/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 5

KJuVr HAVEN" MOKMXG- JOUIINAL AXb COUK1EE, SATURDAY
DECE3IBEK 10;
1904;
d;
T
U-i
or
e
Al
is
19
't '
cl
n
ce
e
d
d
.n
n.
ifi
a
in
nk
vt"
h
s
1 1
r
3 I
e 1
at
se
h
vn
rr.
OU:
Isec
leaslfopn
Balsam
Fir Pillows
Annual supply of the
iragrant and lasting
Balsam Tir Tilhbs
direct from the Adiron
dack Mountains, size
14x14 inches; -
At 39c each.
fecond Floor.
Opera Crepe
, and,
Danish Cloths
Two very popular
dress fabrics, both are
22 inches, wide and half
wool and extensively ad
vertised in the Maga
zines, all light and dark
colors, very serviceable
' At 15c yard.
At Wash Goods Department.
A felv suggestions
to those looking for
suitable Ho lid ay
Gifts. . .V .Y
. AMASK TABLE CLOTHS In 8-4,
8-io, 8-ia. 8-14 sizes with NAP
v KlfyS to match.1
DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS for
round tables.
DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS ' and
NAPKINS, hemstitched, in boxed
' ;'. - ; Bets.v;'t " '-: ) :
'TEA 'CLOTHS, "plain Tirieh "or 'dam-
ask, "hemstitched and embroidered.
XRAV CLOTHS, damask, hemstitch
i ' ed and embroidered.
BUREAU AND" ,' SIDEBOARD
SCARFS, plain linen, drawn
work, and embroidered.
CENTERPIECES in great variety.
A full line of real hand-made
Cluny lace doylies, centerpieces,
scarfs and tea cloths.
BATH SHEETS. .
BATH TQWELS, cotton or linen.
DAMASK NAPKINS, tea and dinner
sizes, a very large and 'choice as-
sortment.
COUNTERPANES, satin and Mar
seilles, for single and double beds,
plain and fringed.
' BLANKETS.
QUILTS filled with lamb's wool, and
down.' . ..
'COTTON and LINEN SHEETS and
PILLOW CASES.
. Lots at
Wholesale Bale
Prices.
DON'T FORGET our Sax
ony Rue Sale, the leading"
makes of Ruga in America at
the price ot ordinary Wiltons
Ml hp,
Oriett.
Connecticut's Largest Carpet Rug and Drapery Store. :
fiew Haven Window Shade Co.
, , 75 to 81 ORANGE ST
Foot of Ceivfcer Street,. Open Saturday Evenings.
NOW RBADYI
"Is I
lis IP"
AND
trlf brra laar Frmoft
jobnson $f Drotbir,
4II.4IS itit St., eor, Coart.
It Pays
Its Way
: The New Home Sewing Machine, for
which we are sole agents for New Ha
ven and contiguous territory, can be
purchased here at modest prices.
On Easy Terms
A ten year guarantee that guarantees
against all mishaps, Teacher free. Come
and see its perfect construction, how
handsome, how smoothly it runs. Men
ey can't buy better.
P. J. Kelly & Co.,
Bring your "Local" Stamps and ex
change them for Xmas gifts. :
817-823 GRAND -AVENUE.
88-38 CHURCH STREET.
Hi Dii-W Craai
." JJJSW HAVEN.
CUARTE11KD by the itate o( Connecticut
with uutlaoriiy to act as Executor.Ad
oualstrator, tiuardian, becver or Trustee,
uuder will or deed,
la a legal depoultorr of money paid Into
Court and all public Trust funds. Acts as
Trustee lor Municipalities, corporations,
and Individuals, a: a administers trusts of
all kinds. Empowered to act as registrar of
otAoka hniirlH or other evidence of indehtt.it.
ncss. man lge sinking funds, aud do all bus
iness sucn as nnuaur nun uy irui couiya
It also does a general, banking business.
collecting checks, notes, coupons, and re
ilonoalta. The nrinclDal of enoh trnat
la Invested bf Itself and kept separate and
opart from the general -assets of the Com
PITnia Company Is by law 'regularly exam
ined by the buck examiner of the state of
Connecticut.
HENRY L. HOTCHKI88, President.
EUGENH 8. BIU8XOL, Treasurer.
ss2e-tf . , .&
Investments.
925,000 Connollilnted Hallvrny 4a. .,
15,000 Conn. Railway A Lighting Co.
4k. '!
1,000 United Illnminatlni? 4.
2,000 Meriden Street Railway 5s. '.;
, 500 Boston Electric Light .
3,000 Danbnry & Bethel 5a. .
25,000 International Silver 6s.
The ChaS, W.Scraiiton Co
Investment Brokers,
103 ORANGE! STREET. .
Investments
20,000 ConabHrtntcil Railway 4.
10,009 New Vork, New Haven & H'tfd.
8s of 1054. A
10.000 New York Central Debenture 4s
of 10S4.
5,000 Connecticut" Lighting & Power
Co. 5".
2.000 Jforwlch Street Railway Co. Bn.
1,000 .New .Haven, .West .Haven &
Winchester Avenue Bs.
1,000 Dnnbury Bethel . Hone R. R.
- 8 -v
JEW HAVEN WATER COWPANY
RIGHTS BOVCHT AND SOLD.
C F THOMPSON 5 SONS,
Bnnkeni and Broke, Wo. 810 Chanel St
Lotl.
25 DAGESTAN RUGS, including on.
tlqaes, average sice, 2 feet 10 Inches by
4 feet 9 Inches.
$7.75 each
Lot 2.
20 BELOOCHISTAN, SHIRVAN and
II mixed lot of large CARABAGHS."
$9.75. each
Lot 3.
Phenomenal values, Extra fine
SHIRVAN rugs and m few IRANS AND
3IOSSOULS. These rugs are worth ful
ly 25 per cent more than we are asking.
Your choice of over, forty select pieces.
$17.75 each
TTAB REPORTERS.
A Plea That Their Presence Would
Prevent Barbarities.
Of the wounded Japanese who fall
into Russia's hands, and the unwound
ed as well excepting those who are
caught playing the spy I can speak
with confidence, and say that they are
well treated.. I had an Asiatic servant
for a while who had been a bearer in
the fighting line, and though be was
not In any way overburdened with love
for the Russians, he bore testimony to
their unfailing liindness to their ene
mies when the latter fell Into their
hands. ......
Most of us can remember how mischief-makers
on the Continental press
tries during the Beer war to make the
world believe that we Ill-treated the
Enemy's wounded, holding us up to the
scorn and contempt of humanity. We
all of us knew at the time that this
was false. We have proved it -false to
the whole world since, but we have not
yet forgotten our traducers. It will do
us no harm, to remember this as the
present war goes on. I know that the
strictest orders have been given by of
ficers of the highest rank to the troops
to deal kindly with the wounded after
an action. That many terrible deeds
will be done in hot blood on both sides
there can be but small room to doubt.
When men get to the crossing of bay
onets all that Is devilish In their blood
is apt to come uppermost. At - that
state a man Is no better than a tiger,
and many tigerish deeds may be ex
pected. But in cold blood I da not be
lieve that the Russians will lay rough
hands upon the fallen. ' . .,
To explain just what I mean, let me
say that I should not care to be in the
enemy's trenches when a regiment . of
the Highland brigade or the -Grenadiers
or the Dublin Fusiliers stormed In with
m
pa i
mm
V
' m Ijaunt, (Emm.
Agimta .
PATEK PHILIPPE & CIE, Geneva ,
., GORHAM MFG. CO., New York J.
KENWICK FRERES ft CIE, Paris
WEHNER XREUEL3 ft VON WILLE, Berlin
. BEDFORD 4 CO., London
HAVILAND
TIFFANY FURNACES, Corona, L. I.
ROOKWOOD POTTERY CO., Cincinnati ;
AMERICAN TERRA COTTA ft CERAMIC CO.
(Teco Art Pottery) 4
STEVENS ft WILLIAMS, English Glass
x BACCARAT, Paris
T. G. HAWKES ft CO., Corning, N. Y.
VAN BRIGGLE POTTERY
DORFLINGER CUT GLASS if
ltij! Cttlasu - -
ffnl&at! (gifts
BOW DITCH
Price Seduction
' ''' ' ' . . .,''''. 1
All new clean goods, including, Christ
mas novelties.
Special attractions in Ladies' Desks.
Toilet Tables, Desk Chairs, Fancy
Rockers, etc. '
' We can show you the largest assort
ment of. Mission Furniture in the City.
4 Fold Japanese Screens, $3.56.
Bowditch Furniture Co.,
vvwwwwwwmvwwm
I OPTICAL
Fine Leather and Toilet Sundries
Our line of the above suitable for the Gift Season Is complete, ' An Op
T era Glass, 3U)rgnette, Pearl Handle Reafler,' Fancy -Thermometer, Bar-
ometer, Pedometer, et of Drawing instruments, Fountain Pen, or In fine
J leather a Pocket Book, t!ard Case, Hand Bag, Dressing Case, Desk Set,
m Calendar, , Cigar Case, Pocket Flask, Game Boxes, Toilet Mirrors, Hair
Brushes, with backs of Ivory and choice Woods, Imported Perfumes and
J Soaps, in elegant packages, all make most aceptable presents. : To : say
nothing of Chamois Vests, Chest Protectors, Hot Water Bottles, Rolling
Chairs, and many articles for comfort and convenience too ' numerous to
j, mention, suited to the needs of everyone.
E. L. WASHBURN 4 CO.
$ 4 Church St. and 61-63 Center St.
tne payoneu ax ine same time, i ao
not think I should have an atom of
fear of what might happen later if I
lay in those trenches among the
woundeS.
Yet it must be admitted that one of
the great safeguards of civilization has
been removed since the war correspon
dents of the world have been prevented
-from going into the firing line to see for
themselves what happens. At present
the world has to take a general's word
for It that he did not at any time be
have like a fiend to helpless foes, and
ex-parte evidence is never of a thor
oughly satisfactory -character. Com
manders complain that cabled news!
may upset their plans. Well, stop the
cables; but let the letters go; let one
man from each journal of repute look .
on and chronicle the things to be seen,
and many a deed of unnecessary sav
agery will be prevented by the mere
presence of the pressmen, for no nation
can afford to stand before the world
devoid of honor, of chivalry or of mer
cy. In the interests of the wounded men
who fall in battle I think this point
should be taken up by.' the whole
world's press, for the exclusion of the
war correspondent from the field of
battle is a step backward toward dark
ness, not from :a mere newsgatherer's
point of view, but in the interests of
humanity. The press that only desires
cable news to increase its circulation
may very well be dismissed, either on
ths score of humanity ,or; utility, but
the' unemotional press that is content,
as of old time, with dispassionate let
ters, should not be kepi; from the scene
when events that are likely to. affect
the . world at large are Impending.
London News.
Convinced by Printed Testimony of
the hundreds of the cured, Mrs. Benz,
of 418 E. 8th street, New Tork, who
was for years a great sufferer from Ca
tarrh, procured two bottles of Dr. Ag
new's Catarrhal Powder and it effected
an absolute cure in a very short while.
One puff through the blower will clear
the head and stop headache. 60 cents.
57 ' -
Sold by W. H. Hull and Gillespie & Co.
ft CO., Limoges .
1 i:
Still Continues
100-106 , OrangQ Street.
To
Don 't let the thought of ,
what you are to send away forj
Christmas bother you put the de-;
tail and responsibility upon our
shoulders. .
: ' " On December 6th our
list of Christmas Boxes of Good
Thinss will be ready for you to
look over. They cost $1.00, $2.00
$3.00, $5.ooandupto $10.00. You
can order to suit your pocketbook
and have the satisfaction of know
ing that your gift will be practical,
substantial, sensible and accep
tableall in one.
Drop us a postal,
. or, call for our
"Christmas Box" ,
List.
83-Ready Dec. 6th.
J3St SaXl Sir- -
REMOVAL.
The subscriber respectful
ly announces that he has re
moved his office and ware
rooms from 163 Orange St.
to 498 State St., cor. of Elm.
THEO. KEILER.
Funeral Director and Kmbalmer.
Branch1 Of flee.
4 SB Campbell Ave,
West Hnvcn. Conn.
DEATHS.
WARD Suddenly, of pneumonia, at 61
West 63d Strict, New York City, on
Friday, Derember 9th, Albert Cooper
Wnrd, beloved son of George Gray
and Mary Ann Ward, In the twenty
third year of his age.
Funeral from the church of the Hear
. enly Host, Fifth Avenue and 45th
, Street, on Sunday, December llth, at
a p. m. dio-lt
DOWNS In North Haven, December 9
Albert I Downs, aged 47 years, 7
months, 28 dnfs. ;
Funeral services will be held at .the
Evergreen Cemetery Chapel, Tueiday
afternoon, December 12. at 8 o'clock.
Relatives and friends re Invited to
atteno. ; dlO-lt
, MIMATURE ALMANAC.
DECEMBER 10.
S Rises 7:07 J Moon Sets I H'h Water
S Sets 4:23 f 8:07 1:08 a. m.
Patent Stove Brick are cheapest.
' ' FOR RENT. ' '
ROOMS, central. 00d lonaHtv. il 9R
per week. Light housekeeolnar. rc.
this offlce. dio-atp
FOR RENT."
AT 4 SYLVAN AVENUE, up stairs, five
rooms,, improvements, ilts.uo. Apply
at S88 Howard Avenue. dl0-3t
ROOMg FOR RGTTT. r
FOR nurses or teachers. Apply at 886
Howard Avenue. , dlO-8 tp
FOR RENT.
TWO unfurnished attlo rooms, nicely
iiutaiicu'. xjtxinv ciuaeiv. f per montn.
oaniy, tins voice, i do
FOUND. .
AN OPPORTUNITY to buy CHICLETS
in an tne Detter Kind or stores.
PHYSICIANS '
FIND THAT CHICLETS allays thirst
lever uases. -
NOTICE.
, NATIONAL NEW HAVEN BANK.
Established 1792.
The annual meetlnor of the Stockholm
ers of this bank, for the election of Al.
dectors for the ensuing year, and for
the transaction of any other business
that may properly come before said
meeting, will be held at their Banking
House, on Tuesday, the 10th day of
January, 1905, Polls open from 11 a. m.
to 12 noon.
FRANK D. TROWBRIDGE, .
dlO-lm. - Cashier.
DISTRICT OF NEW HAVEN, as. Pro
bate Court; iieoember 9th, 1904.
Estate of HENRY A. MANSFIELD, late
of North Haven, In said district, de
ceased. ' ,
Wallace H. Mansfield, executor, hav
ing made written application for an or
der authorizing and empowering him to
sell and convey certain real estate of
said deceased, as by said application on
file ln this court more fully appears, It
ORDERED, That said application be
heard and determined at a Court of
Probate to be held at New Haven, In
said district, on the 14th day of Decem
ber, 1904, at 10 o'clock ln the forenoon
and that public -notice of the pendency
of said application; and of the time and
Slace of the hearing thereon, be given
y publishing this order three times In
some newspaper having; a circulation
In said District.
LIVINGSTON VT. CLBAVELAND,
dl0-3t Judge.
Our Holiday Stack
Of Gift Jewelry awaits yoor Inspection,
Watches from the dnlnty time pieces to
the finest standard watches.
Diamonds In every nice and variety
of cutting, Pins, Rings, Brooches, Lock
eta, Silverware, Cnt Gluas, Pocketbooks
Clock. Should yon contemplate gift
purchasing our goods will sattafy yon
and ao will onr prices. Good laid away
on' deposit. - Open every evening,
DURANT'S,
OptloUn and Jeweler,
. Tl Chnren Street . : Opposite Post Office
neuaiclng a Specialty i
MS
I TTTTnmnWllTTIllM Will Hill II Ill 111 III lllsTl lWrisnrTIirl I
J ' I .-.:5V I I
Ba. ' i"saBnsBaasnaaaa i i ' M
I I -'A 'L"-J 1 II
' I I i I'
VEST CHAPEL ST. $5400
Located tbont three-fourths of a mile
from the center. A house of nine rooms
for one or two families. $zoao spent on
ft will make it worth (moo more.
EDGEWOOD AVE. S400C
A weU-built two-family bouse of tweiv
rooms. Lower rent has all improv
ments; upper rent all but furnace. Goo
neighborhood! one mile from the ca'
HARRIET STREET S2500
A good chance for ft thrifty man to se
cure a homo of his own by a small pay
ment down. Will cost less than renting,
-r - rtrr besides.
NEAR R.R. SHOPS $1400
This is a good chance for a man who can
lay by a moderate sum each month I o
wards baying his own home. A good
house of six rooms and is good repair.
BUILDING LOTS.
WHITNEY AVESVK,
DERBY AVENUE, WINCHESTER AVE.
WASHINGTON AVE,
MORRIS COVK SHORE LOTS.
Buy of the owner.
EDWARD M. CLARK, .
Waahiactom Baildla, 89 Church Street.
Office IV Let.
WASHINGTON BUILPING,
Church Had Crown Streta.
Elevator, and all modern ImproTementa.
Inquire JANITOR, 89 Church Street.
FOR SALE.
HOUSS and large lot on Whalloy Ave.,
or would exchange for a farm.
GEO. A. ISBELL,
Cta Malley Bollilln;.
Gardner Morse 4 Son.,
Real Estate and
Fire Insurance.
851 CHAPEL T E E J3T
t , tf
FOR SALE.
THE valuable property, 111 Broadway.
J.CPUDERFORD,
118 CHCBCH 1IBIII,
' . TOIt KENT
696 State Street, corner of Trumbull
Street, :: .
A hanasome resiaence containins; 12
rooms. Every thing; modern and In
first class repair. A good location for
a professional man or for renting
room.
Room 402, - (02 Chapel St
Chapel Street Store
Foe Rent January 1st, No. 791 Chap
el Street.'
Chas. H. Webb,
880 CHAPKI, STREET.
FOR SALE.
In Westvllle, near Trolley Une. tract
of land, front 630x150, or in Building
Lots to suit. ' :
FOR RENT Up to date tenement 4)f 6
rooms, $26.00 per month.
CHAS. A. BALDWIN.
87 Church Street.
Room 2,
TO LET.
English Hall,
Corner State and Court
. . Streets. .
Suitable' for a Society.
BENJ.R. ENGLISH,
880 Chapel Street.
FOR SALE.
TO CLOSE TTP AN ESTATE, several
pieces of Improved real estate In de
sirable locations, tela is an opportun
ity to sret Kood value for Investments,
or for personal dwelllnga.
Honey to Loan, In Soma to Bolt.
L. G. H0ADLEY,
WIHOBBlf BR BVILDIira
87 Orange Street.
Office Open Evenings,
We have a cus
tomer for a hvo
family house,mod
ernimprovements separate entran
cesi for about $5,
000 to $6,000.
: . Co.
Saw Shop.
86 years experience In saw work. Auto
matic machine for grinding horse and
toilet clippers, also meat cutters. 181
St, John 6t Atwftter Block.
J A3. BARNAGLfl,
WLzuts.
Onm cent word for ek l..in
far a fall week, inn
tlmen.
W'4 Tm
COMPETENT cook and Uundress, 271
"j '"" aiv-2t
ETf-xT KiTl wh0 ridea to tr7 CHIC-
WANTED,
CHrcLETS0nfeCUner ln -W8 t0 "eI!
t?03 TRIMMERS AND UPHOL.
SA1 A' once. Must be first-
Knrin.e Srl?,&fielcl Metol Body Co,
Spnngfield, Mass. - d'lil
JONES' EMPLOYMENT ACEVCY.
23 CHURCH STREET, Telephone 1401
x ,. .Connecticut' largest agency.
Positively headquarters for besi helt
aleorJenmle.Uationssecured
SEMAN'S RELIABLE EMPLOY-
ftt,td J years-- Largest, best in the
f6, ?e8J,?al8 and female help foi
any and all kinds of work. Sent any
VDet- n2S-tf
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
MRS. 8. A. GLADWIN'S, lt)2 urange street.
The best help, also th" toS
Place to find situations. City or Country.
r..i "i830 "u to 6 D- T'.Uo.4
call 183a , Jffl.t"
WANTED.
F0JiAVB- Afmy' able-bodied, unmar.
rled men. between ages 21 and 35;
citizens of United States, of a-ood
character and temperate habits, who
can speak, read and write English.
Apply Recruiting Office, S90 Chapel
th.?Z.,Il?v,eDi. 66 stat0 st- Hart
ford; 1022 Main St., Bridgeport, or 199
Bank St.. Waterbury. Conn. jvl t
IL B. HALLORT
APCTIONEEK jnd Appraiser. 1123 Ch.pel
Bt Household sales a specialty. Salts
toom 143 Orange St.. a4-tf
MASSAGE.
LEEKE, graduate C. T. S.. 237
Dlxwell Ave. Car to Charles St. Lat-
est methods, best results', In all
branches of massage, eleotric, ma.se
netic. Face and neck wrinkles remov
ed 'a treatments. Falling halt
checked and color restored. Soure
day and evening;.
MRS. BUSH, SSI Crown St. Magnetic
massage, general treatment with oi
without alcohol or oil. Facial o
scalp treatment with reliable prepa
rations. Elecl.icity. Vapor or steam
bathb. Superfluous hair removed
without electricity. Manicuring,
bpecial treatment for tender feet,n.lso
corns and bunlons without use o!
knife. Office treatment or at resi
dence of patients.
FOR SALE 1,000 set patent Stove Brlci,
Every set warranted one rear. Orders
recelved 703 STATE STBBET.
Patent Brick an CneaiMrt.
, - CLAIRVOYANT.
MART J. WRIGHT, M. D., and Clair
voyant, 27 HIi?h Street Dr. Wright la
the best known clairvoyant in the
. State; 27 years in New Haven. Hei
predictions on health, business, so
cial, never fail. Doctor treats all dis
eases.. Consultation $1.00. Hours 9 to
E and evenings. '
t FOR SALE.
A FIRST-CLASS Bridgeport make
double dump cart, at Frederick How-
snield, JNO. 174 to 208 Bassett Street.
dl-llt
THE ANNUA I. MKKTTlVf
Of the stockholders of The Second Na
tional Bank or New Haven, for' the
election of Directors and transaction of
other lawful business, will be held at
Its Banking House. No. 137 Church
Street, in the City of New Haven, on
Tuesday, January lutn, mub, between1
the hours of 11 a. m. -and 12 noon.
CHAS. A. SHELDON, M
dl0-20-27-j2-9-10-6t - , Cashier.
Florida Gr ape Fruit
A PURCHASE OF FIFTY
, BOXES OF W VERY FINE '
FRTJIT AT A BARGAIN PRICE
ENABLES US TO OFFER .
THEM FOR FROM 5 TO 10 CTS
EACH, OR LESS BY THE BOX
OR DOZEN. '
J. B. eHJDSON,
856 Charjel Street
Mi.
The Class in
0
Arithmetic
.'aw.
And everybody else is invited '
to consider how we do It ln our Tj
20 Off Sale
5
TfT"
m
it
Divide' by 6 and take the re
sult oft the price of ANY
THING In the store- all this
month. We do this to get the
Christmas shoppers in aa far
as ths corner of Orange and
Center, before all their money's,
gone. We are taking 80c. for
a dollar on Cabinets, Dinner
Sets, Chairs, Rugs,, ' Sewing
machines. Rockers, ' Ranges,
Baby Cabs, Cribs, Carpets,
Brass or Iron beds to sleep on
"the night before Christmas,'
and every other night.
i
at
Anything Everything $
4
ln our store kept and deliv
ered on Santa Claus' last trip,
if you wish. SOc. on the S1.00. .
BROWN & DURHAM,
76 Orange St.
$20
Ki

xml | txt