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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1907.
849-853 CHAPEL ST. Height of The Best Time to Buy. -Assortments Most Complete. 849-853 CHAPEL ST. the Season il Jf ' Styles and Colors Settled. f ! Selections Now That Please. 1 t But there's one subject we would speak about while the season is at its height. That is COMPARISON of PRICES. We always welcome a comparison of our prices and an examination of our merchandise. This applies to our entire stock of rich as well as inexpensive SUITS, COATS, WAISTS, FURS, etc. On all our prices are as reasonable as is consistent with the standard of quality and workmanship that we strictly maintain. Tailor Made Suits. Demi tailored effects and street suits In endless variety velvets, broadcloths stripes and plain colorings suitable for all occasions. $25 to 150. New Models Received every day garments that have no duplicates and not on exhibi tion in show windows V . . ' 1 J Wraps and Coats. For dressy occasions as well as general utility Much might be said about our importations, ae varied and whimsical are the new models. For Girls. New models for school, street, evening and dressy occasions. l . $5 to 25. New Coats. Short dressy Coats of cloth or velvet. $25 to 75'. Evening Coats. Rich satin, in new Spanish and Japanese effects. Capes and fur-lined garments. $45 to 200. Elderly Women. A splendid line of warm and not heavy . Wraps, embroidered and plain. $15 to 85: F I N E U R S ' A splendid collection, consisting of oats of all the reliable furs from the rich mink to the Russian Pony or Caracul. $25 to 1,500. t Fur Selsi Endless variety of small furs and muffs selected qualities at moderate prices. meeting- at 7:45 p. m.; Pentecostal ser vices preparatory to the coming re vival; ladies' prayer meeting Thurs day at 2:30 p. m. at the church; Junior league Friday at i p. m.; class meet ing and probationers' class Friday at 7:30 p. m. To all of these services the public is cordially invited. At the morning service last Sunday fourteen were received into membership, one on probation, eeven from probation Into full membership and six by letter. The City Mission House. Rev. W. D. Mossman, missionary pastor, at the City Mission house, 201 Orange street, to-morrow evening, the auditorium service will be conducted by the Christian Endeavor society of the Dwight Place church. The sub ject is "Rising Above Our Environ ments." The speaker will be Miss Bertha Relk, who Is engaged in the work of the New Haven churches con nected with the Congregational union. All are welcome at all the Sunday ser vices and at the every evening meet ings of the week. Abweniiea and ITlcer Curort r "THE HOUSEHOLD SURGEON." Druggists refund monev if DR. POR TER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL fails. 25c. Costumes. Our assortment this season greatly en larged Crepe de Chine, Messalinc, fine Nets and some Icml Tailored Broadcloths. Colors this season ore not so high, making the cos tumes more servlcable. $25 to 100. Children's Coats. 4 to 14 years, ENGLISH STRAND, PRINCE CHAP, GOLF REDS, SCOTCH GRAYS, PALM BLUES AND ARMY CLOTHS. Women's Waists. Suitable for wear with tailor-made gowns or more dressy costnmcs. Included are Lace and Chiffon Waists, fine Lingerie and embroid ered Silk Waists. BISHOP fiF LONDON AT WEOLSEY HALL SUNDAY Greatest Clerical Dignitary of British Metropolis Will Preach to Students. THE REV. DONALD McLANE Will Occupy His Father's Pulpit at Plymouth Church Rev. Mr. Barnes at St. John's. tor at 10:30; evening prayer and ser mon by the rector at 7:30; Sunday school meets in the parish house at 12:18; Chinese Sunday school at 3 o'clock. Forbes Memorial Chapel of the Epiphany. Morning prayer and sermon by the Rev, Franklin Knight at 10:30; even ing prayer and sermon at 7:30; Sun day school is held in the parish house adjoining the chapel at 12:15. Church of the Ascension. The services to-morrow are holy communion at 7:30 a. m.; morning prayer and sermon by the Rev. Floyd S. Kenypn; evening prayer and ser mon at 7:30; Sunday school at 12:15. The regular service at Trinity P. E. church on the green, will be as fol lows: 8 a. m Holy Communion; 10:30 o'clock, morning prayer and sermon; 12 m., Sunday school; 7:30 p. m., even ing prayer and sermon. Howard Avenue Congregational. At the Howard Avenue church to morrow the services will be as follows: The Rev. Marion L. Benton will preach In the morning at 10:30 o'clock, his sub ject being "Jesus, Goal' for the Chris tian." In the evenlhg from 6 to 7 , the Y. P. S. C, E. All are welcome. The Bishop of London. The greatest clerical dignitary of England, the Very Rev. the Bishop of London A. F. Wlnnlngton Ingram, will preach to the students at Woolsey hall et 10:30 o'clock. First Church of Christ, Scientist. The services at this church will ba as follows: 10:30 o'clock, in Republi can hall, subject, "The (Doctrine of Atonement." There will also be the regular service at 7:30 in the evening. Sunday school meets after the morn ing service. Plymouth Clnrrch. The pastor, Rev. William W. McLane D. D., is absent, attending the sessions of the Congregational National council In Cleveland, Ohio. The Rev. Donald B. McLane will occupy the pulpit mor ning nd afternoon. The vesper ser vice will be at 6 o'clock. Sprlngsldo Chapel. Morning prayer with an address by the Rev. Robert Bell at 9 o'clock. St. Thomas' Church. The services in St. Thomas' church to-morrow are! Morning prayer, lit any and ante-communion with sermon by the rector at 10:30, and evening prayer at 4 o'clock. The Sunday school meets at 12:05 a. m. Dwight Place Chnrch. In the absence of Dr. Leete at the national council In Cleveland the pul pit of the Dwight Place church will be supplied Sunday morning, October 13, by the Rev. Edward L. Curtis, act ing dean of the divinity school, and in the evening Rev. R. G. Clapp. The order of service and the music to be rendered by the choir will be as usual and the public are invited to the services. United Church. North church on the green. Morning worship at 10:30. Sermon by the pas tor, Rev. Artemas J. Haynes. Subject, "The Gospel as a Power." , St. Paul's. The services at St. Paul's church to morrow, twentieth Sunday after Trin ity, are holy communion at 9:30 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon by at rec- Flrst Methodist Episcopal Church. The pastor. Rev. Francis T. Brown will preach at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The morning theme will be "St. Paul as a Financier." In the evening at 7:30 the series of lecture sermons on "The Truth and Error of so-called 'Chrlstton Science' " will be continued, the subject for the evening being "Why no real Christian should be a member of the cult called 'Christian Science'," The Hindu error adopted by Mrs. Eddy, namely, that the physical universe is merely an Illusion of the self-deceived human mind will be exposed in the light of Christian truth as, in the pre ceding addresses, it has been exnospd in tne iignt of scientific and metaphys cai irutn. Tlie course will conclude. as promised, with the enforcement of tnose spiritual and therapeutic values wnicn reside m a genuine scientific nrisuamty and which await the faith or every true beiever. of every true believer. Epworth Methodist Church. Sunday mornrng the Rev. W. D. Tuc key of MUford, will preach and admin ister the sacrament of Holy Commun ion, in the evening the pastor. Rev H. E. Wilson will speak upon the ques tion, is uonscience a Safe Guide'" The sermon will be preceded by a song service or fifteen mintes, beginning at 7:30. Strangers are especially Invited to Join ul and assist In this service. Other services of the day will be as follows: Sunday school at 12; Junior League at 3:30; Epworth League 6:30. First English Lutheran Chnrch. First English Lutheran church at Lawrence and Foster streets. Morning worship at 10:30 with sermon by Rev. J. Luther Sleber on "A Secret of Trust." Sunday school at 11:30. Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. Vesper service at 7:45 with sermon by the pastor on "The Forgotten Secret of the Church." The newly elected of ficers of the church will be installed at the morning service. MELLEN READY TO SPEAK OPENLY Says He Has Nothing to Conceal Regarding Al leged Illegality of Merger. ROAD NOT UNDER . FEDERAL CONTROL Has No Interstate Trolley Lines Except in One Unimportant In stance. It Is stated in railroad circles here that after his consultation at Boston with Asa French, the United States district attorney, on the alleged Ille gality of the merger of the New York. New Haven and Hartford Railroad company with the Boston and Maine, and other roads, alleged to be com-; petltors, M. A. Purdy, the representa tive of the federal government, will have an Interview with President Mol len upon the subject. President Mel len has stated that he is ready to dis close absolutely all the facts. It is understood : thaC as' regards the New Haven company, the question relates chiefly to the Boston and Maine, the Central New England and the New Hax'en's trolley acquisitions. As regards the trolleys, the New Haven's contention is that except In very unimportant and Involved coses, connected with its Rhode Island sys tem, the New Haven has no Interstate trolley lines, and thus does not fall under any federal Jurisdiction. In the case of the Boston and Maine and the Central New England, the New Haven holds that neither of them is in any serious sense a competing line, In the spirit and intention of the federal law, the great mass of the Boston and Maine's business being that of a con necting system and not a rival, while the Central New England before the New Haven acquired control, has only the most trifling amount of competi tive business at Hartford, Moreover, the New Haven Is a minority stock holder and nothing else In the Boston and Maine company. It Is possible, however, that in the proceedings some question of federal Jurisdiction may arise over the New Haven's acquisition of its marine properties. RIGHTS OF THE m company (Continued from First Page.) WILL GO WITH THEGOYERNOR Official List of Those Who Will Accompany the Chief Magistrate to Jamestown. CONNECTICUT DAY TO BE OBSERVED New Haven Will be Well Represented by a Num ber of Prominent People. Governor Woodruff last night an nounced the make up of the Connecti cut party that will accompany him to Jamestown for the observance of Con necticut day at' the exposition. The governor's official party will be composed of: Gov. anil Mrs. Woodruff, Congress man George L. Lilley and Mrs. Lilley, Executive 'Secretary Charles E. Julian and Mrs.'' Julian, M. H. Holcomb, John Q. Tllson, Colonel I. M. Ullman and Mrs. Ullman, Colonel N. R. Hotchklss and Mis. "Hotchklss, General Georire M. Cole, Colonel Charles M. Jarvls and Mrs. Jarvls, F. S. Luther, Major Wil liam H. Lyon and Miss Lyon, Major Henry J. Stelner and Miss Steiner, Major William P. Tuttle and Mrs. Tut- tle. Colonel M. J. Wise and Mrs. Wise, Mrs. C. E. Minor, Miss Lillian S. Thompson, Executive Clerk F. D. Rood, St. John's P. E. Church. Rev. M. A. Barnes of Fairmont, W. Va will occupy the pulpit of St. John's P. E. church to-morrow at the morning service. State Street Gospel Mission. Sunday evening at the State street gospel mission, 94 State street, open air meetings at 7:15 o'clock, followed by the regular meetings at 7:45 o'clock. Meetings every night at 7:45 o'clock, except Monday. Grace M. E. Church. Corner Howard avenue and Portsea street. The pastor, Rev. W. W. W. Wilson, D. D., will preache to-morrow morning on "The Table Land Between Two Epiphanies" and at night on "The Distinguished Revealer of It." The cer vices of the entire day will be as fol lows: Class meeting at 9:30 a, m.; preaching by the pastor at 10:30 a.n. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a(fc 12 m.; Epworth league vesper service at 6:45 p. m.; weekday services: Ladles' Aid Tuesday at 2:30 p. m.; prayer the number of the company's stock holders a few years ago. The work of extending the com pany's service from Centervllle to Mt. Carmel has now progressed so far that It Is sure to be completed before the ground freezes up. The plant of the company has been so greatly improved in the last year or two that It is now in first class con dition, yet even now further improve ments can be made to advantage. One reason that it is probable that a considerable number of rights to the new convertible will come upon the market is the heavy demands upon stockholders in various New Haven securities In the last year or two such as Southern New England Telephone stock, New Haven railroad stock now pending, the Electric Light company, the Water company, for subscriptions to new stock or bonds. Besides these calls many in New Haven have been called upon to take new stock in that of St. Paul road, the Northwestern, the New York Central, the Big Four, Gen eral Electric, Westlnghouse, etc. PILES ClUKD IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. FAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching. Blind, Bleed ing or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days or money relunded. DOc. LAUGHS AT THE STORM. A man with a good rain coat on his arm can laugh at the storm. One of the most economical, one of the most all-round serviceable garments a man can buy. To-day Is the day set apart by J. Johnson & Sons, clothiers on Church street, when rain coats and top coats are being features featured in variety, large, and in price small. A firm that enjoys the confidence of the public because of the satisfaction Its garments always give. Escaping from a menagerie, a large bear patrolled the town of AAaran, capital of Argovi, Switzerland. Streets were deserted and houses closed for several hours, while the boar raided the fruit stalls. It was hot in a cafe. ' f One of the Fcete'rs. Samuel !A. Eddy and Mrs. Eddy, Wil liam J. Barber and Mrs. Barber, Thos. L. Hamilton and Mrs. Hamilton, Miss Jarvls and Miss Hotchklss. Others who will go are: From Hart ford, Carnot O. Spencer and Mrs. Spen cer, William H. Scovllle, John B. No ble, Thomas H. Egan, A. F. Gates, C. H. Case, H. J. Bloomer, J. G. Mitchell and Mrs. Mitchell, W. H. Corbln, E. S. Geer and E. S. Geer, Jr. From New Haven! Dr. F. H. Wheel er and Mrs. Wheeler, Alexander Troup, Mrs. IL W. Kelley, Mrs, S. B. Law, E. S. Thomas, J. G. Southerton, Max Ad ler and Mrs. Adler, J. A. Slmmonds and Mrs. Simmons, Miss Bertha Gaul, Isaac Wolfe, M. E. Chatfield and Mrs. Chatfleld. From Bridgeport: Mrs. S. P. Cronan, Mrs. Louis Kutscher, Jr., and J. A. Rusllnff. From Merlden:A. Chamberlain, T. L. Rellly, Benjamin W. Collins and Mrs. Collins and Miss Collins. F. H. Qulniard and Mrs. Qulntard of South Norwalk; J. P. Woodruff, W. T. Marsh of Litchfield; Oliver W. Mack, C. W. Cramer of Portland; C. J. Bates and Mrs. Bates of Chester; R O. Ea ton of Montowese; A. T. Pattlson of Slmsbury; General H. O. Averlll of Washington; A. M. Shepard of Glider sleeve; H. B. Case and Mrs. Case of Barkhamsted; M. H. Tanner of Wln sted; C. H. Tlbbetts of Walllngford; Elijah Rogers and Mrs. Rogers of Southing-ton; A. R. Jones, Eugene Wes sons and W. F. Tomllson of Danbury; P. H. O'Br'en of New London; Fred A. Jacobs and Mrs. Jacobs of Daniel son; F. M. Williams of New Milford; YV. E. Burbank of Suffleld; F. H. Ba ker of Stafford Springs; Frank E. Rus sell of Putnam; S. H. Culver of Sey mour; H. G. Jones of Saybrook; An drew Kingsbury of Rockville; F. B. Griffin of Granby; W. S. Comstock and Mrs. Comstock of East Haddam; W. S. Woodruff and Mrs. Woodruff of Orange; W. C. Corbally, Major Wal lace Dunn of Norwalk; J. T. Hayes and Mrs. Hayes of Brooklyn, N. Y.; A. F. Howe and Mrs. Howe of Derby; C. C. woodruff of Litchfield; C. W. Hodge of Roxbury Station; H. A. Middleton of Broad Brook; F. C. Smith of Mld dletown; 1A. J. Bull of Monroe; D. W. Patten of Cllntonvlllo; Colonel L. E. Eurpee of Waterbury; J. W. Alsop of Avon; B. P. Mead of New Canaan; J. A. James of Hawleyvllle; J. H. Monro end Mrs. Monro of Guilford; M. B. Broderlck, Thompsonvllle; Mrs. R. 3. Vane of New Britain; and Judge Wil liam J. Malone of Bristol. Women's $3.50 Boots. Women's Patent Colt Slipper, Foxed Cloth, Top Button, Plain Toe, Cuban Heel. , $3.5 Women's Gun Metal Button, Plain Toe. $3.5 Women's Gun-Metal Button Tip.. , $3.51 Women's Gun Metal Bluchers . '. '. :, $3.5' Women's' Patent Colt Kid, Top Button $3.5' Women's Patent Colt Lace , $3.5( Women's Vici Kid Button, Kid Tip. . .... ..... .... . . $3.5( Women's Vici Kid Button, Patent Tip. . . . . . ...... ... $3.5C Women's Vici Kid Lace, Patent Tip. . . . . ........ . , $3.5( Women's Vici Kid Lace, Kid Tip. . . . $3.5(1 Widths AA, A, B, C, D, E, EE. : izes"2ToT?a!7irSd above kinds made by the hand-sewed process smooth, flexible insoles. SEE WINDOW NUMBER 2. ONLY GOOD SHOES The New Haveii Shoe Company 842 and 846 Chapel Street. GRISWOLD SINKING Physicans Say Death Only a Matter of Days. is RELIGIOUS SERVICES: y Trinity Methodist Church (Dwigh1 and George Btreets) W. H. Kldd, Dasto Morning worship at 10:30 with ser v, va ii18 "auty ot Sentiment.' Klndftrgarten at the same hour. Sun day school at noon. Epworth leagu if fu evening worsnip a of Sin " n on ln? Meeting; Plac Humphrey , Street - Consrrefratlonrf cnuren public worship at 10:80 a. ml wun sermon by the pastor, Rev. F. Ki of 1907 at Hartford High. At the Tale Infirmary last night It was stated that the condition of Charles .Darrow Oriswold of Weth ersfleld, the Sheff. freshman who $va& injured while diving from the plank at the Yale gymnasium ' pool, had taken a slight turn for the worse and that the student was . gradually sink ing. His physician. Dr. Willis H. Crowe, holds out no hope that'h will survive and says that his death is. but a matter of a few days. Dr. McKnlght of Hartford, the well known specialist, arrived in the city yesterday and went into consultation with' Dr. Crowe and Dr. Mallhouse In regard to the case and they decided that ah operation on the young man would be v useless.- Grlswold's arms and legs are -paralyzed and one of the bones of hla neck is ' broken, besides the fracture to his spine. AH day yesterday he was conscious and talked cheerfully from time to time -with hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Griswold of Wethersfield, who had been called to his bedside. He wa not hvauch pain as the day be fore and believed he was getting bet ter. Toward night he became quieter and early In the evening went to sleep. Throughout the day many tele phone calls were received at the in firmary from his classmates with whom he had become already popular and several asked if they could send flowers to him or be of any assistance. Grlswold's roommate was F. Wins low. 1r.. and they lived at 82 Wall street, across from Sheff. Vanderbllt. The Injured student graduated from the Hartford high school last year near the head of his class and was prominent socially and in other branches of activity at the school. VICTIM is cheerful; ' i JLiUCKev. on "PrnnnrMtm In rl,- Prominent Socially in Class lnc?0i W on A Lesson from the Harvest." Bib! f1 (. wnnsuan anaeavor a o.av ll. m. , 4 Church of the Meslah f First TTnlvei- sallst) The pastor, Rev. Theodore A isner, ,wiu preach next Sunday niorr. ' Bunday school at 12 o'clock. Y. P. c U. service at 6: JO o'clock. Topic "Re iigion-and Business.' Leader,, F.. YT; i- UTVicr. i;ou o ciock a praise sen vice will be hold-ran evening with ttk yrlte tens and their author. Rei W, F. Dlckerman ' will srive a brl epitome of the recent great congress of icugiuua noerais in; .Boston. AU art coraiauy mviiea to All the serylces. DEAD IN HIS ORCHARD. Former Wa.teibury Man Found life less Near His Cheshire Home. Dana Elliot Doollttle, a well known and highly respected resident of Cheshire, was found dead In his orch ard Tuesday afternoon by his wife. He had been complaining somewhat,' and early in the afternoon went out for a walk about the farm. After some time passed and he did not return his wife became alarmed and went out in serch of hlro, coming upon him in the orchard, where he had succumbed. His death was due to heart disease. He had: been a resident of Cheshire for some years, but had lived in Wa terbury the greater part of his life. His immediate family consists only of his wife, one brother, E. G. Doolttle of Cheshire, and a sister, Dr. Doollt tle of Ansonla also surviving. Vcenter church Morning service 10:30. Dr. Smyth will preach. ' v' Dwight Place Congregational Churell kgv. wuiiam vv. Leete. JJ. D., Pastor Public worship and preaching, 10:30 m. and 7:30 p. in. 2 m Bible schoo 6:30 p. m., Y. P. S. C. E, meeting. Vsecond Church of Christ. Rnlpntlt Warner Hall, 1044 Chanel street.Surf uuy BervitBS, lv.av a. m., ana 7:80 p. If itrn.uor, xvev. ,o. Ui. Blllionsen, C. B. Subject, "Doctrine of A onement." Sunday schooj 11-45 m. Wednesday evenlnn- testtmoni; meeting at 8 o'clock. A free readln room is maintained by this church il the Chase building, and is open weej ays irom il a. in. io 0 p. m., and Moi day evenings. All are welcome, The First Methodist Episcopal Churc (Uo. college ana Llm Btreets) Re Francis G. Brown, pastor. Class mee ing at 9:30 a, m. Public worship wit sermon by the pastor at 10:30. Bib school at no&n. Chinese Sunday i 2:30, Epworth leasrue meetinir at fi:H Publlo worship at 7:30 with the thiif sermon-lecture on "The Truth and E ror of so-called Christian Scienoe." First Church of Christ. Scientlst- The services of First Church of Chris! Scientist, are Hew Sunday at 10:30 a. i; and 7:30 p. m.. in Renublican ha' Temple and Crown streets, entrance of Temple street. Subject. "Doctrine Atonement." Golden text: "inow thd we are ambassadors for Christ. though God did beseech you by us: vli pray you in ennst s steaa, De ye recorf cfled to God," 2 Corinthians. 6:20. Til Sunday school meets after the mornini service. The Wednesday evening test monial meeting is held at eight ocloc A reading room maintained by thl church in the Malley building, 902 Chaif el street.ls open dally from 1J a. m. tj 6 p. m., except Sundays and legal ho ldays: on Wednesday from 10 a, n. tj 7:30 p. m.; Tuesday and Saturday froil 7:30 to 9 p. m. A cordial welcome t. all. Trinity P. E. Church on the Green it a. m. holy communion; 10:30 a. n morning prayer and sermon; 12:1 Sunday school; 7:30 n. m. evening praj er and sermon, ; Howard Avenue Congregation Church, Howard and Columbus avenuif Rev. Marlon L. Burton will preacy in the morning at 10:30. Subject "Jesus uoai tor tne unnstian. " x. w s. u. is. in tne evening, to v. au we come. IMPROVED HIGHWAYS. Contracts Awarded In Danbury Re quests from Other Towns. Hartford, Oct. 11. Contracts were awardSd by the highway commission er to-day for the building of 2,13 feet of macadam road and 55S feet Telford road in the town of Danbur; to a Pittsburg contractor. Tl macadam, $2 per lineal foot will 1 pair, and $2.50 per foot for the Te ford. Applications for the following sun for road Improvements have been r ceived by the commissioner; Groto $20,000: West Hartford, $20,000; Ea Granby, $20,000; Berlin, $20,00 Voluntown, $8,000.' Only One "BROMO QUININE," tbt U Laxative gromo-Qiiinine Cures a Cold in One Day, Grip jj 2 Days--