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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATUliDAY DECEMBER 8 1906 tei. 1 cutxml uxfl Courier Saturday, December 8, 1006. DELIVERED BY CARRIERS IN THE CITY, 12 CENTS A WEEK. 60 CENTS A MONTH. $3 FOR SIX MONTHS, 5 A YEAR. THE SAME TERMS BY MAIL. SINGLE COPIE3. 2 CENTS. NOTICE TO StJBSCIlIBEnS. If you are going away, tor a short or Jong period, the Journal and Courier Will be lent to you by mail without extra charge. The address may bf changed as often as desired. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TO-DAY. ApoIIinaris Druggists'. Eutter Dillon & Douglass. Buy Early Chas. Monson Co. Bonds Lomas & Nettleton. Big Bargains S. S. Adams. Diamonds The Ford Co. Entertainments Hyperion. Entertainment Woblsey Hall. Est. E. J. Ulerrich Probate Notice. For Christmas The Edw. Malley Co. Fresh Fish Wm. H. Wilson & Son, Financial N. H. Trust Co. For Sale House The J. T. Sloan Co. Gifts Singer Sewing Machine Co. Grape-Nuts Grocers'. Gifts The Treat & Shepard Co. General Clearance Hirsh Bros, Gifts J. E. Bassett & Co. Holiday Goods Durant. Jewelry Gamble-Desmond Co. Last Day Howe & Stetson Co. Notice to Printers City Adv. Overcoat Sale J. Johnson & Sons. Royal Baking Powder Grocers'. Stuart's Tablets Druggists'. . Sorosis Shoes Sorosis Shoe Co. Special Committee Board Aldermen, Trips So. Pacific R. R. To the Orient Hamburg-Am. Line. Tours Sweozey & Kelsey. 4 7 6 5 5 4 7 I 7 ' 5 8 8 11 5 12 3 3! 8! 4 12 ti 2 6 9 WEATHER RECORD. Washington, D. C, Dec. 7, 8 p. m. Forecast for Saturday and Sunday For New England: Fair and con tinued cold Saturday; Sunday fair and warmer, diminishing northwest winds. For Eastern New York: Fair and not so cold Saturday; Sunday Increasing cloudiness, probably snow; fresh north west winds, becoming east. Brief Mention. High water to-day, 8:56 p. m. St. Nicholas' magazine for December at the Fease, Lewis Co.'s. Mrs. Alfred Newton Wheelee of TrumlbuU street has returned from a week's stay In New York city. "At the next meeting of the fire com missioners three vacancies will he filled. The retiring men are Helser, who was dismissed; Coates, who re signed to become a miner, and Driver Woodruff, who is to be retired. It was stated yesterday that there was but little, if any change in the condition of Deacon C. W. Merwin of .Milford, who was taken 111 on Sun day very suddenly, and who has , since been In a very serious condition. ... Thursday evening of next week the ladles' guild of the St. James'1 Episco pal church, Westvil'le, will hold a sup per In the church parlors. The ladle.3 recently at a meeting voted to hold suppers regularly once a month and the coming supper will be the first of the new arrangement. The Grays have decided -to place another opera before the public dur ing the winter and a committee con sisting of Sergeant Harry K. Jones and John L. Gilson, was appointed to go to New York and arrange for the right to present one of the latest operas. The success of "The Mocking Bird," which the company played last winter, .was so great that the second attempt was decided. Foster Rockwell, Yale's head coach, picks this selection for an All-Eastern eleven: Forbes, Yale, left end; Os borne, Harvard, left tackle; Thompson, Cornell, left guard; Hockenberger, Tale, center; Ziegler, Pennsylvania, j right guard; Blglow, Yale, right tackle; Dague, Annapolis, right end; Tad Jones, Yale, quarterback; Veeder, Yale, left halfback; Knox, Yale, right halfback; Ingram, Annapolis, fullback. GENERAL CLEARANCE. Of the Hirsh Brothers Entire Stock. . The old saying, "It's an ill wind that Wows nobody good," is 'brought forci bly to mind by what is now taking place at the Hirsh Stores. These are certainly breezy times down there. And there Is nothing ill about it, either. It Is a most favoring gale. When you read in this morning's Courier about the cy clonic bargains which have never be fore been offered, and probably which will never again be duplicated, you will agree that it is the opportune moment to act, and to act quickly. Every intelligent man hereabouts knows all of the particulars which have led up to this great clearance sale, so it will be unnecessary to go into that. But everyone does not know of the marvelous bargains which are the re sult. Now, just a. word or two about them. Every article in the store and the stock is large, and the goods of the finest quality will be sold at one half and one-third off billing prices. The great sale opened Thursday noon. And notwithstanding the day was rainy and the sl.lewalks slippery, the store waa Immediately thronged, and the crowds have continued to fill the place since then. And up to the closing out of the goods the people will flo"'k to the ilirsh Stores as the news spreads of the marvelous values offered at this time. Other matters of interest to one and all are stated in the advertise ment in to-day's Courier. Do not fail to read it. Drop by drop the offensive discharge caused by nasal catarrh falls from the hack of the nose into the throat, set ting up an inflammation that is likely to mean chronic bronchitis. The cer tain, rational cure for catarrh is Ely's Cream Balm, and the relief that fol lows even the first application cannot be told in words. Don't suffer a day longer from the discomfort of nasal catarrh. Cream Balm is sold by all druggists for 50 cents, or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren street, New . York, GENERAL LEARANCE OF THE HIRSH BROTHERS at OM-HA LF and OHE-T HIBD oft Opened Thursday At 12 noon, just as the bells were striking the doo s opened and eager purchasers who had arrived ahead of time trooped in. A more unpropitious day could not have been selected to test the popularity of the Hirsh Stores in New Haven. Drizzling rain slippery sidewalks threatening skies; but from 12 noon until the closing hour it was a Steady Coming Buying and going away with smilinsr faces. This little report of Thursday's doings speaks volumes. "ENOUGH SAID." MEN'S and YOUTH'S Comprising fine assortments of new and stylish Overcoats, Suits, Raincoats, Trousers, etc., etc., Comprising Shirts of standard make Underwear from the best mills, Neck wear, Gloves, Hosiery, Etc., Etc. : . - LA TEST 1906 MERCHANDISE (Which at their regular prices were below all competition) ALL MUST GO BY DECEMBER 31st.' THE LEASE OF HIRSH STORES .t. At the corner of Church and Crown Streets, expires Decemberti, 1936. They have decided to transfer their New Haven store to a company organ ized by Joseph Hughes. The new company takes possession of the stores with their entire equipment (exesptin r stocks) on January 1st, 1907. NOTE as the entire stocks are on sale under ONE-HALF and ONE THIRD Off selling prices, no display of merchandise can be made in the windows until further no:ice. JOSEPH HUGHES, acting for Washington Building, Do You Suffer p from HEADACHE LOSS OF SLEEP INDIGESTION . TORPID LIVER BILIOUSNESS BEEGIIAKTS will quietly remove the cause of tbse distressing complaints and restore healthy action to every organ. You will feel like a new person after taking a few doses of Beecham's Pills. They rid the system of Impurities, improve the digestion, banish headache and Give Positive Relief in all cases of Biliousness, Consti pation, Indigestion and Disordered Liver. The excellent results obtained by the use of Beecham's Pills have proved them worthy of the confi dence they enjoy. They have helped thousands and recommend themselves. Sold Ewywhere. In boiej 10c. and 2Bo. FREDERICK IVELD, Baritone, Voice Culture Garcia Method. Private les sons Tues., Wed., Frl., Sat. Classes ot grouped voices (special terms). Studio, ISO Orange Street Church and Crown Sts. Satisfied. That is what the owner of one of our watches feels everytime he looks at it. We carry a complete line for ladies and gentemen. Think it over. WELLS & GUNDE, 7SS CHAPEL STREET. Holiday Goods. Every line Is nnusmillr rnnuiletc. glowing with the mcrnt nltraetlve Komi. Forenlght in Imylnic enables us to quote THE LOWEST PRICES. WATCHES. JEWELRY. SILVERWARE. CLOCKS. CUT GLASS, ETC. DUKANT JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. TI CHURCH STREET. Opposite Post Office. Are You Satisfied? Do You Get the Best Out oiYour Automo bile ? Do not risk storhiic timi. . in . damp, dark or cold place. Insure your machine by brlneina; It to tlie new UNIVERSITY GARAGE St Jonn and Olive Sts. Phone 1087-2. Special low prices for the winter. We lore the lareest, best heated, best Hunted, best veutil,,i ., ,.": equipped auto station. ve 00 lire work mil i,n.- the most skilled auto mechanf". l ? shops. l'p-to-date cars for rent at all hours. gcoal polices. FOR SALE. Engine, Boiler and Carpet Cleaning Machinery, for sale cheap. ' ; 106 Court Street. District of Connectict, County of Hart ford, ss: Notice is hereby given that a moni tion has been Issued to me out of and under the seal of the District Court ot the United States, for the District of Connecticut, whereby it Is recited, among other things, that a petition was filed in the sa'id Court by John H. Star In, sole owner of the steamer Erastus Corning, her tackle, etc., for limitation of liability for loss, damage, or injury occasioned by the accident which occurred on said steamer on or about December 22, 1HU3, and praying to con test his liability, and I am commanded to and do hereby cite all persons claim ing' damages for any of the said loss, destruction or injury to appear before said Court and make due proof of their respective claims before Charles E. Pickett, Esq., a Special Com missioner, at his office, Post Office building, New Haven, Conn., on or be fore the 2t!th day of February, 1907, at 10:30 o'clock, with liberty on or before said date or within such further tima as the Court may grant to answer the petition, and to contest the right of the petitioner to exemption from or limitation of liability, or both. . Dated Hartford,1 Conn., November 22, 1906. EDSON S. BISHOP, U. S. Marshal. By G. BRAINARD SMITH, , His Deputy. Cushman, Dewell & Cushman, Proc tors for 'Libellant and Petitioner, 73 Wall street, Manhattan, jNew York, N. Y. . Fresh Mushrooms. Cauliflower, Eggr Plant, Celery, To matoes, Okra , Niagara Grapes, Concords Catnwbna, California Tokays, Emperors, Muscats. Extra flue Malagas and English Hot House. , Come here for best Grape Fruit, Or anges and Fancy Apples. Come and see other Choice Fruits and hear the birds sing. J. B. JUDSON, S50 Chapel Street. ATHI FTIf Footkto. VrJr Basket. Ball, GOODS )d Cym. Out fit j, J. A. McKee's, 930 Chapel Street. THERE IS NOTHING LIKE McCUSKER 4 SCHROEDBR'S Best COAL, $6.50 per Ton. 26 Church St. 55 Railroad Ave. . i For Christmas :: 1 i. A complete line of '. Ice Cream, Berry ;: and Sherbert Sets in Bohemian Glass fan cy colored and plain :: J gold decorations. J Suitable for gifts at this season. : : Prices, $38 to 60. i i: t 1 1 Mdnsons Jewelry Store j: 857-9 Chapel St. Known to the people f of over sixty years. ' , , UELIGIOVS SERVICES. The Church o' the Redeemer. Ornnps street, corner Vall Watson I.yman Phillips, IV D. pastor. Prefl chins: at 10:30 a. m., Sunday school at 12 o'clock noon. Young People's Society of Chr's tlan Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. At Welcoms Hall, Oak street Sunday school at ., p. r. Gospel meeting at 7:30 p. m. tl Church of the Messiah (First Univer salis!) Orange street, near Elm Rev. Theodore A. Fischer, pastor. Sermon by the pastor Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Sunday school at noon. Young people's devotional meeting at 6:30 p. m. The public cordially invited to aU of the services. tf First Church of Christ. Scientist The services of First Church of Christ, Scientist, are held Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock in Republican hall, Tem ple and Crown streets, entrmce on Temple street. Subject, "God the Pre sorver of M;in." Golden text, "Let in tegrity and uprightness preserve me: lor I wait on thee. Redeem Israel, O God, out of all his troubles." Psalm 25. 21:22. The Sunday school meets after the service. The Wednesday evening testimonial meeting is held at 8 o'clock. A reading: room maintain ed by this church In the Malley build ing, 902 Chapel street, is opm daily from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m, except Sunday; First M. E. Church, corner of Elin nnd college streets. Preaching morn ing and evening by Rev. Solah W. lirown. 10:30 a. m., subject, "What the Jewish Tabernacle Teaches us." 7::!0 p. ni.. "The Patriarch Job The Most Pa tient Man of Earth," being the sixth of a series of sermons on Bible Heroes. Trinity Methodist Church (Dwight and George streets) W. H. Kidd, pas tor. Morning worship at 10:30 with sermon on "The Engrated Word." Kindergarten at the Same Hour. Sunday school at noon. Epwonh league min i ng at 6:30. Evening wor ship at 7:30, with sermon on Disap pointment and Its Meaning." United Church (north church on the Green). Rev. A. J. Haynes, pntsor. Morning worship at 10:30. S S. at 12 m.; Christian Endeavor at P -1 5 p. m. Chapel service Tuesday at 7:15 p. m. Dwight Place Congregational church Rev. William W. Leete. IX D pastor. 10:30 a. m., preaching service; 12:00 m., Bible school; 4 p. m. Endeavor band: 6:30 p. m., Y. P. S. c. E. meeting; :30 p. m., illustrated lecture by the pastor on. "The Homes of the Pilgrims." Plymouth Church The Rev. William W. McLane, D. D., pastor. Worship and sermon at 10:30 and 7:30. Sunday school at 12 m. Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Second Church of Christ, Scientist Chase Building, 1016 Chapel street Sunday at 10:30 a. m. First reader, Rev Severin E. Simonsen, C. S. B. Subject "God the Preserver ot Man." Sunday school at 11:45 a. m. Wednes day evening testimonial meeting at S o'clock. A free reading room in connection with this church is open week days from 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. and Monday evenings. All are welcome. "In this stanza," says the teacher of the juvenile class, "what is meant by the line, 'The shades of night were falling fast?' " "It means that the people were full ing down the blinds," answered the boy at the pedal extremity. Hiiladelphia Ledger. MRS. SEELY'S WILL. Inventory of $16,646.42 Estate Filed In Wallinjrford. The inventory of the estate of the late Mrs. Helen Seeley of WalUngford, m filed, amounts to $16,644.42. This is divided up a follows: Building and land, Jl.SQO; household furniture and spoons, $34.50; cash in banks, $1,314.92; three shares Southern 'New England Telephone company, $375; twenty-four shares Edison Elec tric, $5,640; twenty shares Southern New England Telephone company, $3,000; forty shares Swift & Co., $4,400; cash, $50. The will was made November 4, 19C6. By the will all the real eutate Is giv en to the nephefr, Rev. Randall Cook Hall, of New York The stock ami bank money are divided into five parts. One part lg given to the grand daughter of Mrs Seeley'a deceased sis ter Elizabeth Fambro Hall; one part to Lizzie C. Hall, wife of Mrs. Seeley'a nephew; and the 'other three parts are left In trust for the three children of IFev Randall C. Hall. All ether parts of tho state to .be divided according to the Judgement of Rev. Randall C. Hall between Elizabeth F. Hall, Mrs. Randall C. Hall and her three children. We are Selling Out Our Fine Line of. PARLOR HEATERS At Prices Below Cost. The mild weather we've been having has killed the demand for Heating Stoves, annd at this time we find our selves much over-stocked, so divide with you the prices and if you want a heater you certainly can And a bargain with us.' The Ohatfleld Paper Co. LA288r802 I k-fLOiLO MUCUE Most Complete Line of Paper and Twine in State. - HOME COMFORT Our Motto: Not How Cheap, But How Good ygry . 8Sffii IS - If you are looking: for a FURNACE! to neat your house comfortably, see th BARSTOW BAY STATE, it means oon fort In the home. Too often the source of our dlscom fort lies in the Cellar. Quality Counts when It Means Com- fort, and too often ten or fifteen dot. lars saved on the first cost means fail ure for , years to properly heat tua house. The I1AV STATU r,.t Price and Quality are usually com mensurate. The BAY STATE Is adapted for heat ing the Humblest Cot or Most Preten tion Mansion. The Bay State does not please for One or Five years only, but gives the same goou results for Ten Fifteen and TWENTY-FIVE YEARS. See our BAY STATE COMBINATION, WARM AIR AND HOT WATER HEAT ER, also our BARSTOW BAY STATU STEAM AND HOT WTER HilATERS. We carry a full line of all these goods so that one may see and Inspect the goods they arq going to buy. Call and see It. All information cheerfully riven. T. G. WHITEHEAD, Heating Engineer. "The Old Sllns Galpln Store." 360 STATE STREET XKXV HAVEN. J. G. Cronan & Go. Heating and Plumbing Contractors. 6 Church Strest. Open Monday and Saturday Eveninir. Entertainment. You can get an evening's entertainment and dance at your home if you will purchase an Edison Phonograph :OR A: Victor Talking Machine Outfits From $10.35 up j EASY PAYMENTS Free demonstration every minute at our phono- ' graph parlors, 38 Center Street v, ! ASK TO SEE THE"VITAK" I The A. B. CLINTON CO., I 37 Church Street,. 38 Center Street. .9. i!