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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. jMCXSTUAY FEBRUARY 18 1907 J-II-U Ho .Hi 50 inia Hi Wc have secured the entire store next to us and workmen are tearing down walls and remodeling some. 'Tis needless for us tosexplain the an noyance that follows such . events, and to offset such we are going to offer the public a chance to buy anything in our store at greatly recuced prices. We quote here a few prices on Library Chairs, some are suitable for hall or office. All are nicely polished and handsome chairs. Golden Oak Arm Chair, wood seat, worth $7.50. Special.... !(5.00 Golden Oak Arm Chair, wood seat, - worth $4.75. Special $2.7.- Golden Oak Arm Chair, wood seat, worth $8.00. , Special .$4.50 Golden Oak Arm Chair, wood seat, ' nicely carved back, worth $10.00. . Special $US0 Golden Oak Arm Chair, wood seat, ; worth 83.00. Special ....$3.00 Golden Oak Arm Chair, wood seat, nicely carved back and arms, worth 10.00. Special yr.SO Golden Oak Arm Chair, worth $7.00. Special wood seat, $4.50 2SSIVQ OUT T THE MARCH (' MAGAZINE m I J tafia ftfcfressive Msuiazme of jQOT i U THE MEXICAN WAR great Historical Series, )f Dr&maitic Human Interest MOTOR-BOATING M Our Motto: Not How ' fZZrggp VMS? MfsMtf'i ill MuMj J- T. G. WHITEHEAD, Heating "The Old Silas Gnlptn Store." "I know you are a busy man." be kJan tho caller, "and I want to occupy your time only a few minutes. I am handling an edition of the complete works of Bawlzack. which is so cheap that the poorest man on earth can af ford to " ' "It's just the thing I am looking Always .Remember the iD .Name W axauve romo Cures aCcWiaOnpDayk m j veys Bi BULLIED 0 Orange Street, JLL Qs C7 II 1L JJ. 1 11 Golden Oak Arm Chair, wood seat, worth $0.75. Special $4.00 Golden Oak Arm Chair, wood seat, worth $9.00. Special $3.00 Golden Oak Arm Chair, wood seat, carved back. Worth $7.70. Spc, cial $4.50 Golden Oak Arm Chair, worth $4.5Q. Special wood seat, $2.50 Golden Oak .Arm Chair, wood worth $7,75. Special .. Golden Oak Arm Chair, wood seat. .$4.50 seat, .$.1.50 worth $0.00. Special One. Solid Mahogany Arm Chair, real leather scat, worth $11.50. Special $y.oo NUMBER. O-DAY On sale at all Sfetvj dealers r E COMFORT Cheap, But How Good. If you are looking for a FURNACE to ncnt your house comfortably, see tho pARSTOW DAY STATE. It means Mora fort In the home. Too nften thq source bf our dIs;om fort lies in the Cellar. Quality Counts when It Means Com fort, and too often ten or fifteen dol lars saved on the first cost means fail ure for years to properly heat the bouse. Tho BAY STATE Is Cast to I.nst. Price and Quality are usually com. mensurate. The BAY STATU Is adapted for heat ing the Humblest Cot or Most Preten tions Mansion. The Bay State does not please for One or Five years only, but gives the 1 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 HEATERS. We carry a full line of all these goods go that one may see ana inspect goods they are going to buy. Call and see it. All Information cheerfully given. th Engineer. SCO STATE! STREET NEW HAVEN. for," interrupted Ardup, "only I want an edition de luxe, printed on vellum, illuminated by Imnd, bound in Turkey morroeco and gold, and selling for $500 a volume. Have you got that? No? Then wo can't do any business. I'm awful sorry. Good day." Chicago Tri bune. 7r& vn&? cox. ise CO, We have the sanio chair In oak, worth $11.25. Special... j... $7.00 Odd lots of Window Shades from 15c up. Every shade worth twice the price. i ' 40 lb. Hair Mattress, 4 ft. 6 In. wide worth $25.00,ror $10.00 Hair Mattress, 3 ft. 6 In. wide worth $10.00, for .....$13.00 We rccane your chairs and make over your mattresses. A three-section Book Case for $10.25.. .Other Sections can bo. ad ded. A BO-in. All Quartered Oak Roll Top Desk, $ IS.OO, for J.T5.00 LATEST FAIR HAVEN NEWS '1I1E MISE (F lllUfir, pEBMOU -BY DR. SMITH. Rev. Mr. Tullcr Better Ills rulpit Yes terday Was Supplied by Rev. D. IV. Grlfllii and the Rev. A. O. Abbott Dos; Wagon to be Sent Out Again The National Wire Mill Other Notes ot Interest. "The Mine of Truth" was the topic of tne sermon by Rev. Charles G. Smith at the Grand Avenue Baptist church yesterday morning, and the ' words of the text were, "Search tho Scriptures, for they testify of Me." Ho said, In part: ; "These dignified and gracious words were apparently ' called forth on ac count of the captious or cruel criticism leveled at Jesus, because Ho had led tho poor, infirm man, who lay In Solo mon's porch, on tue Sabbath day. It was a heartless piece of quibbling arid vain bickering, of a piece with the or thodox teaching of Jesus. Jesus here says, in effect, 'The better the day the better the deed.' It is lawful to do good and engage in works of mercy and love on any day in general, and on 11 in Sab bath day In particular. He bids them go sek in their Hebrew canon tu;it they may know tho truth, of which He is the dispenser and the great center. The churcli muds to obey that com mand to-day the Holy Scriptures must be the only creed to whic6 we pin our1 faith. Then we shall bo safe. "But we must get a right perspec tive, a true angle of vision. We must embrace the whole truth, or wo shall tumble into grievous and ridiculous pit falls. Every heresy to-day Is based on isolated Scripture texts, rudely torn from their component parts. "If all be true that conservative writ ers and eye witnesses are telling of Mormonisni as practiced in the state of Utah, it is a lecherous society and congress must deal with It with a firm hand. Yet Joseph Smith built up that awful fabric on two isolated parts of Scripture polygamy as practiced un der Solomon and the communistic scheme as floated by Peter in (he early church. But it is very clear that God never ordered or sanctioned either. The wiiole trend of Scripture enjoins the having of but one. wife, and teaches that every man should live in his own house. ' ' ' ' "I have a friend who will not eat pork because of one Old Testament' text, whereas the entirety of Scrinturo en joins us to eat that which Is good and that your pallale approves; not to bo epicures and not to ask too many ques tions. You may be sure of this that anything that tends to make a man unnatural, prudish or peculiar is for eign to Bible teaching.' It is these hair brained fanatics and fools that make havoc of hearts and homes, and split up the church of Christ by tfieir ridic ulous and insane ideas and make Chris tianity a hissing and a reproach in the land. , "Let us throw away all of our pinch beck logic and stupid traits, and let us embrace the broad, beautiful and man ly teaching to be found in this precious mine of truth. This, and this alone, will be able to save our souls and to nlake our lives noble and true and po tential. Tr.is alone will redeem the world to God." Rev. E. C. Tullar, who has been quite 111 with tonsilitls. was better yesterday and it is expected that he will be able to be out during the present week. Owing to the illness of the pastor the pulpit of the East Pearl Street M. E. ct.urch was supplied yesterday morning by Kev. D, N. Griilin, the state temper- ance agent, and in the evening by Rev. A. O. Abbott, of. this city. Great preparation is being made by the ladles of the Grand Avenue Bap tist church for their colonial supper to be served in the chapel on Friday even ing. It is said that the dog wagon Is to be out again to-day. It is understood that the outbreak of rabies in different parts of the state is toe cause of this start along this line again. Tho streels are freer from dogs than formerly as a re sult of the quest for them. While it is reported that for the past ! month the National Wire mill lias been run at a loss, it is believed that under I reorganization a profit can be made, as I the National Foundry company's plant pvas run at a profit lost month. .Tiie people of Fair Haven are hoping that the affairs of these companies will soon be reorganized so that they can go on with success. It is one of , the finest ! plants In the country, and it would seem that there will be good business for it when its affairs are straightened out. Mrs. Sarah Ives, of the borough, who has been visiting relatives in Middle- town for a month, has returned to ner homo. After an attack ot the grip I.. F. Barnes, of Lewis street, is able to be out again. Mr. Barnes is the deputy republican registrar in the Twelfth ward. The Outlook club will hold its meet ing this week in the chapel of tiie Grand Avenue Baptist church Thurs day evening, and the address will be by Rev. Dr. Sneath; subject, "Wash ington." Mrs. William II. Wells, of Talmadge iitrect, died yesterday. She survived her husband by only one week., Mr, Wells died from pneumonia, and his widow contracted the same disease, having taken a severe cold when at tending his funeral. Clinton avenue seems to have been given the go-by in the matter of sleigh ing in favor of the Goffe street speed way. Several Fair Haven horses have been seen up at Goffe street, and Blue Light gavea' good record of himself last week, . Several sleighing parties are planned for this week If the sleighing holds out and tho weather Is favorable. CIVIC ASSOCIATION. Will Not Meet Until After IJoarl of Aldermen Organize. Thcro was no meeting of the Elev enth and Twelfth Ward Civic associa tion yesterday afternoon, and there will not be one until after the organization 'of the .board of aldermen. A commit tee of one, f'rajlcls Healy, Is busy get ting the signatures of the. citizens of the Twelfth ward to the petition now In the hands of the committee on rail roads of the .board of aldermen. These signatures will be. given to the rollroa i. committee. ' 1 The petition is twofold: First, that tho director of public works be in structed to take out tho five or six tracks which -extends from the Paper Cox 'shop to Ferry street; second, to make a new Street through this cut. The reasons for this petition are many. Lombard street being very narrow a truck and a cm cannot possibly, pass each other. The truck must go off on a side street, and In this way be de layed. The enr Is also somewabt de layed by the truck. For Instance, If a truck is standing In front of a store on Lombard street, tind a car wishes io pass, the" driver of the truck must leave his business and drive his wagon mff to one side, thus keeping the car standing for several minutes, ns well as interrupting the business which tho truckman has In hand. Tho cut to which the petition for a new street refers Is amply wide for a street, ani is also well situated. Baby Nearly Covered with Eczema Worst Case Doctors Ever Saw Scalp in Dreadful Condition Tried Many Kinds of Patent Med icines but Couid Get No Relief. PERFECT, PERMANENT CURE BY CUTICURA "My Bon, who is now twenty-two years of age, when he was four months old besan to have eczema on his face, spreading quilo rapidly until lie was nearly covered. We bad all the doctors around us and some from larger places, . but no one helped hira a particle. The pczema was something terrible, and the doctors Baid it wns the worst case they ; ever saw. At times his whole bedy and face were covered, all but bis feet, 1 had to bandage his limbs and amis: lus scalp was just dreadful. I used many kinds of patent medicines before trying the Cuticura Remedies, but all to no avail. A friend teased mo to try Cuticura. At last I consented, when my boy was three years and four months old, having bad eczema all that, time and Buffering untold misery. I began to use all throe of the Cuticura Reme dies, the Cuticura Soap helped as well as the Ointment, lie was better in two months; In sis months ho was well, but I Rave him the Cuticura Resolvent, one year using twelve bottles, I think and always used the Cuticura - Soap for bathing, and do now a goodi , deal. He was four years old before he , was well, and his slnn became perfectly fair when cured. Mrs. R. L. Risley, Piermont, N, H Oct. 24, 1905.'.' BARBER'S ITCH Cured in One Month by Cuticura "Last winter I Buffered great pain and agony with barber's itch. I tried skin specialists and all kinds of remedies, but they did no good. One day I saw a Cuticura advertisement and bought a single set of Cuticura Remedies, and the results were great. In one month I was cured. M. H. Berg, 1501 Chest nut St.. Phila., Pa., Jan. 30, 1906." Complete Extern! snd Internal TreVmpnt for t.vwy Humor ot Infnnu. OMIdrm. nd Adults con sists of Cuticura Soap (25c.) Io Clean the Skin, (utlriir Ointment (SOc.) to Hel the Kkm. and f'utinira Resolvent (500.). (or In the form of f 'hncolat Cntl Pills. 2bt. xnr vial of CO) to Purlfv the Blond. Hold ttirouchmit u, world. Potter Druj & Chem. Corn . Role Props.-. Bmtnn. Mass. r Mailed Free Boo on Skm uM Scalp Humor,' UHTOLD MBBBf HRHKETEHB Turn Your Face into Dollars. Many a Man Has Failed Because His Face Was a Pxture of Calamity. It takes sunshine to produce a rose, a perfect rose. Arid so man, to be suc cessful, must have sunshine inside. The life which has H not, which has no health and no happiness, is sour, surly, pessimistic, and a, failure. Tho world already has too many vinegar faces that breajbhe ill-will and strife. The World wants joy, comfort, sun shine, and will cling to the man whlol hits it, who radiates gladness and tri umph wherever he is and under all cir cumstances. - 'Some people have a genius for seek ing out the disagreeable, the crooked, the bad and the ugly- These are the destroyers, they travel in schools, they herd together, for they love their kind, and the cheerful part of the world will have nothing to do with lihem. And why is it that so many paddle disaster, knowing at the same time that if they do, their lives will be ruin ed? Rome people cannot help it, for possdmlam usually corneis from bodily disorders, and this cannot always be prevented. The stomach, for instance, la tho most ccmmlon cause of discon tent, sour face, -recklessness, disgust and lack of ambition. A bad stom ach 'there is the secret, of many a fail ure. A'nyone can have a good stomach, a strong stomach that can take care of anything and everything that is put into it, no matter whether it 1s a very bad stomach nlow or not. Then why not have it? Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do .this very thing. One ingredient of these lit tle tablets digests 3,000 grains of food, and no matter how 'bad Is your dys ipepsia or indigestion, those tablets will digest everything in your stomach, thoroughly and completely, and better and quicker than a healthy stomach can do the same thing. Stuart's Dys pepsia Tablets will cure quickly loss of appetite, brash, irritation, burning sen uaMnns, nausea, heartburrt, eructations, loss of vim and spirit, bad memory, and dyspepsia and indigestion In their very worst forms. No other little tablets in the world can do so much. Yoiu slwuld carry Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets around with you wherever you go and take them after meals. Then only will you realizo what it Is to enjoy a meal, and what perfect digestion means. Your whole body and your mind will feel the effects; your vim will Increase, you will be mure satisfied with what the world does, you will think happier and bo 'happier, aivd your face will be one ot supremo contentment. That will bring you success and then more success. Your face will bring you dollars. Try It. It will cost you just 50c, for a package of 'these wonderful Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets at any drug store on earth. 1 Send us your name and address to day, and we will at once se-iid you by mail a sample package free. Address F. A. Stuart Co., 51 Stuart Bldg., Mar shall, Mich. Misunderstood "My honest convic tion" began the political orator, "Par don the interruption-," said a voice from the audience, "but we were under the Impression here that you had been ac quitted." Philadelphia Public Ledger. HART MARKET CO. Look at our Lenten Season Stock of Delicacies and i iriui net I savpiies. I Vermont Turkey. Very Choice Durkn. (iullforrt Fresh Killed HonxUnp; unit Urolllng t hlvkens. SqunliH nnil Cnponft. All the freh VeRctnbles null t"rn!tn. Our own mnkp SnnsiiKe Stent. 180 TEMPLE STREET. Telephone 44X Do you Wish to buy Sweet, Wholesome drawn roultry? '. ' If so we can furnish you with milk-fed Turkeys at 2S vis. a pound. . Milk-fed Roasting Chickens, 28 c, a pound. V .V Pucks. RS t. n pound. ;.' i f Philadelphia Capons 30 t. n pound. Youiifj Broilers its ets. n pound. ' The S. W. KurtburtCo. 1074 Chapel St. CHOICE PRIME RIB ROASTS CANADA LAMB CROWNS AND SADDLES FRENCH AND ENGLISH CHOPS NATIVE VEAL The R, H, Hesbit Co, Cor. Elm and Church Streets. . . Tel 872. BIVANCIl! 275 EilKewood Avenue. Tot S64-S. Commencing Honduy, - Feb. .18 SEE OUR Window Women's Patent Colt Slippers, foxed Dull Kid Top, But-' ton, 1,98. Window Selections of our:Wonien's Boots selling at $2.47. f ' Window No, 3. ; ; . Men's Boots at $2.79. Patent Colt, Patent Calf, Enamel Calf and Vici Kid. This week will finish up our sale and there are some of the best bargains remaining. ONLY GOOD SHOES. The New Haven Shoe Gdmpariy 842 and 846 Chapel Street. 333333 Fine Turkeys and Chicken Fancy Young Turkeys, 26c. Roasting Chickens, ZOo. Tender Fowl, 19c, all sold full dressed. i Fin9 Capons The best thing In the Poultry only 20c. . Florida Oranges The only Sweet Oranges In doz. Fine California Navel 25c, '35c and 40 c doz. . V ''. Lemons , The best we ever had, only 16c New Onions , 13c qt 2 qts. 25c. Milk Rica Reduced to 10c. pkg. One of D. M. WELCH & SON. 28-30 CONGRESS AVENUE FAIR tlATEN , WEST HAVEN CLBAVEliAND COMMANDERT. Knights of the Golden Eagle to Give a Whist. On February 2S Cleaveland com- mandery No. 2, Knights of the Golden Eale,- will cive a public whist in Its lodge room, Music hall, . The event is expected to be a grand affair, and the committee in charge is working zeal- oualy to make this one of the finest whists given this season. ; TO CTRE CHIP IV TWO DAYS. LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine removes the cause. To fret the senulne call for full name and look for signature of E. W. Grove; 25c. 7 CVxT Let us enllffuten you of this fact tbiit we have always on hand the rholccut of Ments. Fruits and Vegetables being extremely careful in milking our selec tions when In the market. Our meats are rcmpiinir to nenniu, and are more appreciated when the prnvlngs of our nature are appeased. There is something irrlsistlbte about our various kinds of meats. . Let us convince yon .of this fact, if you have not already done so, by paying us a visit -and testing tbe quality of our meats, etc. Fmits. D ietter Bros. 202 TVhnlley Are., Tel. 4517. 43 Grove Street. Tel. 1394-2. WINDOWS. Number i. : , Number 2.' , ' , ' . Poultry. I Young line for llbastlng and the price ,.'.r.. the Market, our price 30o and 35c, . . , , Oranges ...... ... ., -' , doz. the best Cereals. ; HARMONY AND CITY LODGES, ,. Harmony lodge No.' 5 and City lodge No. 30, I. O. O. P., will have a class initiation at Odd Fellows' hall, Crown street, to-morrow night, when they will work the first degree 'on fifteen candi dates. . , J USE ALLEY'S FOOT-EASE. A powder to be shaken Into the shoes. Your feet feel swollen, nervous and damp, and get tired easily. If you have aching feet try Allen's Foot-Ease. . It rests the feet and makes new or tight ' shoes easy. Cures aching, swollen, sweating feet, blisters and callous spots. Relieves chilblains, corns and bunions of all pain and gives rest and comfort. Try it to-day,' Sold by all druggists and shoe stores, 25c. Don't aeeept any substitute. Trial package FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. Your Lenten Menu There are so many good things at our market that Lent doesn't get tiresome in respect to the things you eat. Fresh Fish Every Day. Snrdlnes, from the 5c kind to the 3oc boneless kind. (20 brands.) Soused Mackerel, 15c and 18c can. Kippered Herrlns, 18c can. Smoked Sardines, 15o and 25c can. ; Mustard Sardines, 10c can. Salmon, choicest Columbia River, 30 25c, 20c 12c can. . Alaska Salmon, 15c and 12c can. Coil II h In nil styles. Oysters and Clams. 1 . . , ::h ' . Two Telephones... Cnll 4200. S. S. ADAMS. CORNER STATE nod COUnT STREET, SOD Howard Ave. 2h(t Davenport Arc. 601) Howard Ave. 135 Lloyd Street. 715 Grand Ave. 7 Shelton Ave.--"