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Friday, March 20, 1007.
SEW ADVERTISEMENTS TO-DAT.
Apenta Druggists'. 4
Boss CrackerB Grocers'. 3
Clothing J. Johnson & Sons. S
Entertainments Hyperion. 1
Easter Eggs D. M. Welch & Son. 2
Etmter News Gamble-Desmond Co. ti
Easter Hats Muhlfelder. 3
Est. P. Gilhuly Probate Notice. 5
For Sale House 202, Center St. 5
For Sale Houses M. J. Stevens. 5
Fashions The Chas. Monson Co. 5
Hot Cross Buns S. S. Adams. 2
Investments C. W. Scranton Co. 5
Lost Cat 621 Chapel St. 5
Mantels The Chamberlain Co. 3
Postum Grocers'. 3
Piano Recital Steinert's Atheneum. 4
Sea Food Wm. H. Wilson & Son. 8
Specials Dictter Bros. . 2
Specialties Hart Market Co. 2
Spring Clothes Lambert. 8
Stuart's Tablets Druggists'. 2
Tailored Suits Hamilton & Co. 3
U. S. Marine Band Woolsey Hall. 7
WKATHEIl nECuUD.
, "Washington, T. C, March 28, 8 p. m.
Forecast (or Fridny and Saturday
For eastern New York: Partly cloudy
Friday; Saturday showers, cooler in
west portion, variable winds, though
mostly southwest and fresh.
For New England: Cloudy Friday;
Saturday showers, variable winds.
f,oeal Weather Report.
New Haven, March 28.
a. m. p.m.
'J-emoerrtturo 45 4H
Winu Dlreotion 8 1 8
Wind Volooity 3 7
1 lecioitatlou T T
Weamer Cloudy Cloudy
JMiu. 'iemDerature ... 4i
" A.ttx. Temperature.... 64
I IS. TARR, Local Forecaster,
U. S. Weather Bureau.
Brief Mention.
, High yater to-day, 10:40 a. ff.
Thetrout season In this 6tate opens
lAprlf 1.
Breakfast menu for this Friday
morning: Hot cross buns.
Maundy Thursday wa3 observed In
all the Episcopal churches yesterday.
Yale campus bore a deserted appear
ance yesterday. Most of the students
have left the city for the Easter re
cess. ' In England the day Is observed, in
addition to the other special religious
exercises by a distribution from, the
Sovereign of clothing and money among)
the poor.
At the Y. M. C. A. a bird club was
iformal The name of the organization
.has not been decided, upon, but the
power of selecting a suitable name was
'vested in a committee of five which
consists of E. C. Stiles, chairman; P. L.
Buttricks, Miss Whittlesey, A. H. Ked
zie, and A. A. Saunders. This "com
mittee, 'besides selecting an ame for
the club will also draw up a plan of
permanent organization, and will prob
ably made report at the next meeting,
which takes place at the Y. M. C. A.
on Wednesday. ; - .
COLONEL FOX MOURNED.
J I !: , . -Jf fr Men's and
I , X - i Young Men's
if f
Copyright." 1307, j f 1
L. ADLER y ,i v
BROS. & CO fjs ' i
xclusive
othing
Fen
Men, Young Men, Boys and Children
Nobby, Stylish, Exclusive Merchandise.
SUITS
and
OVERCOATS
Only the Best and
the Latest.
IK
'
98 10 6.50
for
CHILDREN'S
SUITS
' "( Exclusive
Neat -and Elegant
Styles.
When you buy of Johnsons you can depend uvon getting the best gar
ments for the least money. Our guarantee stands back of each garment.
Store Open Tcday until 6 p. m.
PIANO RECITAL.
Popular New Haven Man Borne to His
.- Last Besting Place.
The funeral of Colonel Simeon J. Fox
was held yesterday afternoon from his
late residence, 1245 Chapel street, and
was attended by so large a number of
friends, including men prominent in of
ficial life in this state that many were
unable to get into the house and stood
outside while the services were held.
The Rev. D. D. Munro, pastor of the
Calvary Baptist church, which Colonel
Fox attended, officiated at the house.
There was a deluge of flowers, trib
utes of 'friends all over the state.
Among these was a company p'in sent
toy the New Haven Grays; a standing
wreath of Easter lilies and red roses
from the Union league; a large wreath
from the tnernbers of Governor Bigelow
Staff association; a large, wreath of
roses from Mayor Studley, and the
members of the board of charities and
correction; a wreath of Easter lilies
and salax leaves from the whist club
that Colonel Fox belonged to.
Aside from the employes of the Na
tional Pipe Bending company, the em
ployes of which went to the house In
foody, there -were large delegations of
members from almost every organiza
tion that Colonel Fox belonged to,
among them being Admiral Foote post,
the lArmy and Navy, club of Connecti
cut, the Grays, the Bigelow Staff asso
1 elation, and the Union league. There
were also a number of city hall officials
present.
After the services at the house the
casket was borne to Evergreen ceme
tery and at the grave the Grand Army
burial ritual was conducted by Past
Commander George (Reynolds of Ad
' imlral Foote post.
At thft close of the funeral services
the Grand Army veterans olaced upon
the grave a laurel wreath symbolic of
victor. A bugler sounded "taps" and
this concluded the services at the
grave.
The honorary bearers were; Governor
Rollln S. Woodruff, F. A. Corbin, H. M.
Kochersperger, Frank C. Bushnell,
Wilson H. Lee, Major William P. Tut
tle, all personal friends of Colonel Fox.
Henry A. Shelton of .Co. A, 25th C V.,
Virgil F. .McNeil andjVillis Isbel from
lAdmiral Foote post. The active bearers
were Grand Army veterans.
Under orders from Adjutant General
Cole, Post Sergeant Allen yesterday
displayed the American flag at half
mast over the Second regiment armory
from reveille to the hour of the funeral
in token of respect to the memory of
Colonel Fox, who was for many years
assistant adjutant general of the. state.
Miss Betty Askenasy and the Steiner
tone. Some of our readers will be interest
ed to hear that the Steinertone compa
ny will offer again a series of free
pianoforte recitals. The next recital
will be held at the Steinert athenium
on the evening of April 3.
Miss Betty Askenasy, the noted Rus
sian pianlste,; will perform on the
Steinertone, and she will be assisted by
Miss May Bradley, soprano, who needs
no introduction to the music lovers of
New Haven.
Miss Askenasy was born in Odessa,
Russia, and is a graduate of several
conservatories of music, among them
the Odessa and Leipsic conservatories.
Her special teacher was Alfred
Ceisenauer. Among the seventy-eight
pianists, who were examined for the
Leipsic conservatory, Arthur Nikisch,
the noted conductor, remarked about
her possessing great brilliancy and
sympathy. v
These recitals are given tree to the
public, and tickets can be obtained at
the store of the Steinertone company,
137 Court street.
The object of the Steinertone company
is to acquaint the public with the mar
velous tonal powers 'of the Steinertone
pianoforte, especially when the musical
characteristics will be brought out by
the skillful playing of Miss Askenasy
on a concert grand.
son of Timothy and Annie Hines, at
the homeof his parents, No. 31 Summer
street, and at 2 o'clock In St. Patrick's
church. He wa3 twenty-one years old.
PHI LAN DO ARMSTRONG.
The funeral services of Phllando
Armstrong, who died November 27,
1907, in the eighty-second year of his
age, at his home, 42 Cowe street, will
be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. The placeof interment is Ever
green cemetery, and the officiating cler
gyman will be the Rev. Dr. KIdd, and
the Rev. Dr. Prince of Carlisle, Penn.'
MRS. GEORGE LANGDON.
Mrs. Sarah Langdon, widow of Geo.
home, 133 Water street.
The funeral services will be held this
afternoon at 2 o'clock In the mortuary
chapel of Lewis and Maycock and the
officiating clergyman will be Rev. Rob
ert Bell. -
Haven County Milk Producers' associ
ation in A. O. U. W. hall, Orange street,
to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock. Many
prominent speakers will address ths
meeting. The matter of summer prices
will be discussed. ,
Among the speakers will be Charles
L.. Tuttle, of Hartford, and F. H. Stadt
muller, of Elmvvood.
BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Lulu Cappall, Miss Tressa Jaenlcke,
Miss Delia Schelssel, Ada Brown, Flor
ence Saurin, Elfrleda Schwenk, Freeda
Etbenn, Ethel, Drew, May McDermott,
Corinne Lindenmeler, Charles Cappall,
Anthony Lindermeier, Frank Wrinn,
William B. Harrison, Irving Tracy,
Raymond Rees, Henry Joeniske, Ed
ward Brocker and Rudolph Gokler.
: Tailor Shops, no Fifth cA venue :
Our Spring Clothing
has an air of gentle breeding never be
fore worked into ready-for-service gar
ments. They soften harsh draping the
same as does the output of the best
custom-tailor; and you only pay about
half the tailor's charges.
$18 to $45.
854 Chapel St.
MEN S APPAREL'
Clothing
Shoes
Furnishings
Hats
H.T. STORES
183 Broadway
39-41 Cortlandt Street
SERVICES AT ST. PAUL'S.
The Institution of the Lord's Supper
was observed at St. Paul's church last
evening by services and the cclebra
'tlon of the holy communion. Maunday
Thursday is the only day In the year
when holy communion is celebrated in
the evening at St. Paul's church.
IMPORTANT MEETING
ACCEPTS CALL TO YALE.
PLEASANT MUSICAL. 1
Given by Pupils of Miss Kate Lewis.
A highly successful and pleasing mu
sical entertainment was given by Miss
Kate Lewis, and several of her pupils
Wednesday evening. Those who had
the pleasure of listening to the enter
tainment enjoyed it immensely. The
programme follows:
V. Wilm, Passing Military; Engel
mann, Melody of Love; Merbel, Postil
lion's Morning Song; Spindler, Light
Staccato; Qwilitt, Elfin Dance-Olga
Thompson.
Beethoven. For Elise; Schubert,
Theme for Impromptu in B flat: Jeb
ling, Music Box; Ellenberg, Christmas
Bells Pearl Roberts.
Kuhlan, Sonata, op. 35, No. 3; Daring,
AVooi Bird; Kutlak, Skating: Jung-
fjaann, in the Forge Rlieta HalL
It was announced yesterday that
Rev. Ambrose White Vernon, M. A.
professor of Biblical literature at Dart
mouth college and pastor of the Con
gregational church n Hanover, N. H,
has accepted he call of the Yale au
thorities to succeed Prof. Brastow as
professor of homlletlcs in the Yale di
vinity school.
Mr. Vernon will also assume the du
ties as siting pastor of the college
church. He is a graduate of Princeton
and of the Union theological seminary
and spent two years studying in Ger
many. ,
He haf been exceedingly successful
in his work at Dartmouth and 'is a
preacher greatly in demand among the
colleges of the east.
IA book by Mr. Vernon entitled "The
Religious Value of the Old Testament,"
has just appeared.
Of New Haven County Milk Producers'
Association To-Morrow.
There will be a meeting of the New
Tendered Miss Lulu Cappall.
A delightful birthday party was giv
en in' honor of Miss Lulu Cappall at
her home, 22 Httllock street. A very
pleasant evening was passed with
games, music and songs. The evening
was opened by a piano selection by
Miss Tressa Jaenlcke, after which
many ganles were played, one of the
games being av' donkey, for which
prizes were given, 'Miss Florence May
McDermott winning first prize, a hand
some china milk pitcher, and Miss
Florence Saurin the 'boody prize, a
small china doll, t They then had a vo
cal selection by"'Miss Josle Rempfer,
after which Miss Tressa Jaenicko
played a march and they took partners
and marched atWund the rooms twice
and Into the dining room, where re
freshments were served. Toasts were
given by Messrs, Frank Wrinn, Charles
Cappall and William B. Harrison.
Miss Josle Rempfer and Louis Cappall
sang a duet, after which all the young
ladies sang. The party broke up about
12:30 a. m, Those present were Miss
' .. ' LIST OF PATENTS'
Issued from the United States Patent
Office Tuesday, March 26, 1907, for the
State of Connecticut, Furnished us
from the Office of 'Seymour & Earie,
Solicitors of Patents, 868 Chapel
Street, New Haven, Conn.
J. B. Bpucher, North Grosvenor Dale,
pallet-sotting implement.
G. W. Hart, assignor to Hart Manu
facturing Co., Hartford', electric switch.
C. G. Hermanson, Derby,, pedal-action
for piano-players.
W. G. C. Krause, Waterbury, assign
or to C. B. Schoenmehl, battery-plate.
S. Lake, Bridgeport, friction-clutch.
1 G. H. Nichols, assignor of one-fourth
to W. T. Ainsley, Norwalk, mail-bag
catchei'. . . ,
C. B. Schoenmehl, Waterbury, zinci
electrode.
C. M. Spencer, Windsor, assignor to
Universal Machine Screw Co., Hart
ford, variable-speed mechanism.
' W. A. Thelin, Bridgeport, protector,
for planer-ways.
A. VVogelsang, Waterbury, smoking
pipe. '
Redon China Decorations.
Not quite so well known as Hnvllnnd but it la simply
' beautiful. Havllnnd China, Sllnton China, Cnaldon China, Etc,
Something; entirely new in Candlesticks, colonial in design
and very attractive.
Vases and Rose Bonis, enilrcly new designs of reinarlcnbls
beauty.
A. F. WYLIE,
Successor to John Bright & Co, 821 Chapel Street.
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FINE FISHING TA CKLE.
"IRON ARM BRAND"
of Hooks, Leaders, Phantoms, eto. Grout Tackle Boxes and Mln
' now Palls, Kingr's Shiners, Liberty Reels, Head's Net Staffs, Read's
Fly Books and Flics, Blue Label Lines, Diamond Label Silk Lines
Garnet Label, Robin Hood Label and KeniiwortU Label Lines, Idle-
wild Spinners, Waverly Flies, Grout Gold and Sliver Spoons, and
the "FINEST BCILT RODS" on the market. , , , .
: UR3EST anil FINEST Selection of HIGH GRADE FISHING TACKLE in New Havoh.
r B. TUSSETT. Proprietor. ITU 0 frlltl FtTP T
S CHURCH STREET. , lilts Jllll J IU I C )
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OBITUARY XOTES.
Mrs. Edward Dlnnnn.
The funeral services of Mrs. Ejward
Dinnan were held yesterday morning
at her late residence, 432 Ferry street,
at 8:30 o'clock. Services followed at
St. Francis' church. The pallbearers
were James Fitzgerald, Thomas Casey,
(Donald Dinnan, Morris Sullivan, Mich
ael Clancey, Michael Looney. The in
terment was at St. Lawrence cemetery.
JOHN M'LAUGHLIN.
John McLaughlin, a well known and
old resident of this city, died yesterday
at the residence of his daughter, Mrs.
George H. Cook, 91 Front street. Mr..
McLaughlin had been sick for some
time. He leaves two daughters,. Mrs. :,
G. H. Cook, and another who is a Sis
ter of Charity, Sister Hose Dominica,
also a son, Christopher H. McLaugh
lin. Although the funeral arrange
ments have not been completed yet
the funeral will probably be Sunday
afternoon.
JOHN J. LON1G. I
At (he residences of his parents, John
J. and Catherine Drumm Long, No. 127
Lloyd street, funeral services were heUi
yesterday afternoon for John J. Long,
who died Thursday at the age of three
years and six months. i
MICHAEL HINES.
Funeral services were held yesterday
afternoon at 1:30 o'clock for Michael,
If Hie Buhy la Cuttini Teeth, hp sure and use
that old unci well trtdl remedy, 3lrs.Wiuslow'sSooth
Int? Synip, for children ttH-thiusc. It soothes the
child, softens the ?ums. allays all pain, eures wind
choilcand is the best remedy lor diarrhoea. Twenty- .
five cents a bottle. Guaranteed under the Food
and Drugs Act, June SVtti, wvt. Serial number lUHS, 1
Despite reiterated announcements we still find per-'
sons who do not realize that $500 will buy a brand-new
Steinway Piano. But the Vertegrand Steinway is sold
at that figure. And yet the instrument itself is as fine
as those in the highest priced cases. There is but one
grade of Steinway Pianos, the difference in price be
tween the various styles being governed only by the
exterior design and size.
Did you ever see a Steinway Catalog? Or Art Booklet
We are pleased to send them to all who request it.
The M. Steinert & Sons Go.
777 Chapel St., New Haven.
Exclusive Representatives.
For Men, Young Men and Boys at J.
" Johnson, and Sons,
In order to accommodate many who
desire to VisIt'J. Johnson & Sons estab
lishment, Mr. Johnson has concluded to
keep the store open to-day. This will
afford all an opportunity to inspect a
largo and choice selection of exclusive
Clothing, which when seen will be .pro
nounced absolutely perfect. This mam
moth stock, comprising all that is of
the very latest , in spring goods, was
arranged for some weeks ago. The
most explicit orders were given by the
firm with respect to fabrics, styles, fine
workmanship and other details. " Those
to whom the order was intrusted knew
full well that every garment sent to
the establishment would be subjected
to the most rigid scrutiny, and any
article which Hid not pass the test
would be thrown out by Johnson, who
started In years ago with that method,
and has scrupulously adhered to it
during his long and honorable busi
ness career. '
The goods, therefore, are "just
risht," and you can safely bank on
their merits. Another thing that will
please you is the price. Prices are al
ways reasonably, low at Johnson's. So
you see you are bound to get the best,
values for your money. Liberality,
courtesy awj a square deal are the dis
tinguishing characteristics of this
popular and successful clothing house.
For special announcement see to-day's
Journal and Courier. I
The I,mltes of Kew Hnveh una viola-
! Hy are cordially invited to attend the
j exhibition now taking place of IM
j POUTED NOVELTIES, WOOLENS,
TRIMMINGS, ETC. They will And nt
iny -stnhllxhmcnt the moot superb line
of the above goods ever displayed in
fhis city.
Respectfully, ,
S. STOVIN
Telephone 1529-4.
171 Orange Sti
People's
Fish Market
j The Eiaster recess , in the public
schools 'this year win oe tno same as
i . ,oontinr n the. no lni i A a v hilt nn
account of the Lenten season 1 beingi
earlier than is the wont, it will be at
' variance with the holidays. Good Fri
day, the schools will be closed, but
the regular vacation will not start Un
til April 5 and will continue until April
15.
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Vertegrand, $500.
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Miniature Brand, $750.
HOE
WALL
PAPERS
New Designs
Suggestions
for
Treatment
Shad are extra fine.
They are very plentiful.
Price is coming down.
We have a fine stock
of Fresh Fish at lowest
prices.
HALIBUT, COD, HADDOCK,
SPANISH M ACKEREL, SMELTS,
"STRIPED BASS, LOBSTERS,
CLAMS AND OYSTERS.
Prompt Delivery.
W, H. Wilson & Son
24 Congress Ave.
Two 'Phones.
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