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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1907.
Porto Rico Londres Finos A new shipment Just arrived. 7 Cents Each, 4 for 25 Cents $2,50 a Box. Filly in a Box. The L L Stoddard Tobacco Co. 940 ChJ pel Street. Two Heads Ara Batter Than One At least you win wish you had two beads when you see our Natty Hats for the Fall season. Regular Outing Hat In a variety of swagger shapes the styles now affected by the best dressers, young and old. There is every size and shape to fit various faces, and every man can be sure of a correct and proper fit for a most rea sonable price. High Silk Hats as well, and Derbies, of course. (incorporate) OF?. THE T0YM PUMP fXPECT MM0IS1 (ROW Business Men's Exposition Open To-day from 10:30 This Morning. AN UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS Second Regiment Armory Will be Center of Attraction To-night. y To-night the phenominally successful Business Men's Exposition at the Sec ond Regiment armory, comes to a close and if an estimate can be drawn jfrom the trend of increasing attendance since the opening, to-night will seea mam moth crowd present. In all affairs of this nature many people for bne reason or another put off attendance until the last to1ght;ahd "In: addition hundreds of those "who have been able to attend on one night during the week will take the We aie agents for and carry a large assortment of "Fabrle" Rugs. The "Fabric" Rug Is the sanitary and scientific evolution of the old rag carpet. It is in expensive, artistic, durable and WASHABLE a rug that pos sesses the strong simplicity and sturdy characteristics of our American forefathers. Espe cially suitable for chamber pur poses or to be used with colo nial furniture in all rooms; made on hand looms from new fabrics. They are distinctly American, and have won a place for themselves in the American home. Wo carry complete assort ments in following grades: The Martha Washington, Priscilla, John Alden, Pioneer and Colo nial Rugs. - $1.50 Heaviest Inlaid Lin oleum $1.10 Inlaid Linoleum. . . 71c CHAMBERLAIN THE ; CO. Crown, and Orange Street "Corner Store." Open Saturday Evenings. rJ4 ' 'i HAND I O WOVEN II RUGS H ir-T AAJi last opportunity to get another glimpse of the show. Saturday night always brings the week's greatest crowd upon the streets and the exposition will with out doubt be the center of attraction to-night for this crowd. The management has also arranged at the request of many who could not otherwise attend that the show be open in the morning. This demand will be met by remaining open with all the at tendants present, from 10:30 this morn ing until 5:30 and from 7:30 until the lights are switched off for the last time and the doors are locked upon a show that has already proved itself a suc cess immeasurably beyond the hopes of the most optomistlc optimist in the business meen's ranks; To-day there will be the usual mat inee vaudeville oh the central stage this auernoon. Mrs. Wade will take as. her subject at this .afternoon's lecture, "Clothes an Index to Character." Her subject this evening will be, "How to sleep, walk and eat." To-day's prasrams will ho fnrnishprl by Mallon's orchestra. The Journer-Courier rifle contest, which is being followed with much -in terest, resulted last evening as follows: CLASS A. T. Christenson, 3, 0. R. Cramer, Co, E, 18, 17, 1! A. Krahl, MG. B., 19, 14. R. Oberstadt, Co. K, 6, 6. A. Heinecke, 21, 18. R. Kirk, M. G. B., 15. C. J. Tundean, 6. G. Peterson, Naval, 4. ' " . P. Oserson, Co. E, 2.' ' I1 Q. W. Foote, M. G, B 13. ' ' P. Grieger, M. G. B., 9, 17. A, Rosenthal, Co. B, 11. T. Stunness, M. B., 0. F. Bennett, 14. H. St. Jacques, M. G. B., 14. Fred Van Slckers, 9. 13. S. Morse, 2. R. O'Brien, B, C, 12. S. M. Wise, 25, 23, 21, 20, 20. W. D. Kettles, 23, 23, 22, 22, 20. Jr. M. Gates, lsts. 15, .18, 14, 14. - A. N. Ellis, Co. F,. 19, 19. M, T. Dill, 7, 8, 0. , : N.'E. Scoville, Co (Q, 17, 9, 3. H. J. Bill, Co. D, 17, il, 8. H. C. Kellogg, Naval, 20, 19, 18, 14. D. G. Grant, Naval, 12, 11, .., '. CLASS B. :' E. B. Baker, Co. F, 23, 22, 20, 20, 17. . CLASS C. E. B. Baker, Co. F, 25, 24, 22, 21, 20. AN SON I A. (Special Journal-Courier News Service.) Ansonia, Nov. I. -The Ansonia high school football eleven will, meet 'the eleven representing the Naugatuck high school Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock on Athletic field. The game will be , witnessed by a large number who are interested in this game, as on Wednesday afternoon, the .local eleven was defeated. by the Naugatuck ag gregation in that city by the score of 15 to a. ' . The Entree dancingr club held its opening reception last evening in the city hall. This class was formed last year and is composed entirely of An sofnia high' school pupils. . The ball was prettily decorated for the occa sion and a pleasant time was passed by all present. The class will meet each Friday evening in the city hall. One of the most pleasant so cial events of the season was held last evening in the Ansonia opera house when the High School Alumni association held its. annual harvest social. Many of the large number who were present were attired In ap propriate costumes, but the majority were not attired In costume as they were not required. The receipts from the affair, which were quite large, were turned into the scholarship fund . established by the association some time ago. i Saturday evening the Pirates will open the basketball season In 'this city by playing the Blues of Naugatuck. DERBY. (Special Journal-Courier News Service.) Derby, Nov. 1. The regular monthly meeting of the board of aldermen was held last evening in the fity court room. Messrs. Chadcayne, Hueon, Conkling, Timrnons and Lynn, mem bers of the board, Mayor Howe and City Clerk Donahue were present. Be sides the regular routine of business transacted the condition of the Hunt ington bridge, leading to Shelton, wr discussed at length. The condition of this bridge has been the subject of talk by the people of this community for some t,tme and something should be done to better its conditions. No action was taken, however, by the board last night. Mayor Howe informed the board that the city's portion of, the apportionment for state roads was $7,872. The board asked Street Commissioner Sullivan Sullivan where this money should best be expended. He said the best place would be to begin near the Orange line end build a gravel road on New Haven avenue up to the point near John T. Grfidy's saloon where the ma cadam road ends. This he said would not take only about half the appropri ation and he said the other half should be used in repairing Drby avenue af ter the electric road had completed its work.' The beard voted to expend $50 for repairing the Reserve Hose house in the Second ward for the benefit of the Independents, the new fire company rc;siv:ly organized in this city. It was also voted to esk the board of appor- tionment for $3,00 to buy a road-roller for the city with which to keep the macadam roads In good condition. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Verette of Olivia street on Thursday. Alderman McEvoy's wife is serious ly ill at her home on Summit street. John Corbett was captured by Offi cer Casey last evening on Atwater ave nue and locked up. Corbett and a fel low named William Nesblt suddenly C:.i.;-.7cared about a month ago whsn wan-ante were issued for their arrest for assault a Collier's weekly agent in Ansor.ia. The annual vacation social which was held at the Second Congregational church last evening was largely at tended and proved the usual success. St. James' Sewlnz school will nnen for the fall term Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o clock. The funeral of Charles H. Robinson, known to the old and young of ' this city as "Hooks," who died Tuesday evening in Ihe New Haven hospital, took place yesterday afternoon, inter ment being in Oak Cliff cemetery. Un dertakers Stapleton and Bergin had charge of the funeral arrangements.'. Tax Collector Roche has had war rants made out for the large number who have failed to pay their poll and military taxes. The thirty-third annual concert and ball of the R. M. Baasett Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1, was held last, even ing in Gold armory and' it proved to be what the committee in charge con sidered one of the most successful balls the company has ever held. The spa cious hall was none too large for the large number who assembled, includ ing large delegations from the Pangas setts, the Hotchklss Hos company and the Storm Engine Co,, and from fire companies in Naugatuck, Beacon Falls, Ansonia, West Haven and Shelton. :It is estimated that there were at least 250 couples present. The Derby High school football team wlli go to Danbury Saturday where they will play a return game with the eleven representing the high school of that city. SHELTON (Special Journal-Courier News Service.) Shelton, Nov. 1. At the conclusion of the evening service last evening atthe Church' of the GooJL Shepherd .at re ception and social session was held In1 the assembly room under the auspices of the Altar guild. IA large gathering was present and an enjoyable evening passed by all. - ' Yesterday afternoon... the Junior team of the local high school were to play the Junior team of the Derby High in RIvervlew park, but the latter refused to play. Mrs. Cornelia Rice, wife of Chauncey Rice, died at' the -home of her sister, Mrs. A. J, Burgess, Long Hill avenue, Friday , morning after a long illness. Mrs. Rice was about 56 years of age and was a native of New Milford. For the past few years she had lived at the home of her sister. Her husband is an inmate of the Soldiers' home at Noroton. The Shelton Reading circle will meet with Mrs. H. N. Packard Monday af ternoon at the usual hour. .' The Ousatonic Canoe club held Its first reception last evening in Clark hall on Howe avenue and the event was so successful that the members of the, committee In charge are highly elated. Over 100 couple were present and a neat sum which will be used to repair and re-alter the new club house cn Lake Housatonlo was realized on the event. ) TOM ST. PAUL'S Afternoon Vesper Service at Center Church to be Resumed. ; MR. MANSFIELD TO. SPEAK Communion at Many Places of Worship Special Features at Dwight Place. The services at Trinity church to morrow will be as follows: 8 a.' m, Holy Communion; 10:30 a. m., Holy Communion, . morning prayer and ser mon by the Ei2V. Charles O. Scovillo; 12:10, Sunday school; 7:30, evening prayer and sermon by the Rev Charles O. Scoville. St. Paul's. The services to-morrow twenty third Sunday after Trinity are: Morn ing prayer at. 9 o'clock; Holy Com munion at 10 a. rajl holy communion, service by Eishop Frederick Johnson of South Dakota at 10:30; evening prayer and sermon by the rector at 7:30; Sun day school at 12:15; Bishop Johnson will be present and address the school. Forbes Memorial Chapel of the t Epiphany. Morning prayer, sermon by the Rev. Franklin Knight and Holy Communion at 10:30; Sunday school at 12:15; even ing prayer and sermon at 7:30. Church of the Ascension. Celebration of Holy Communion at 7:33 a. ni.; morning prayer, sermon by the Rev. F. S. Kenyon and eecond Communion at 10:30; Sunday school 12:15; evening prayer and sermon at 7:30. ' . , St. Jchn's P. E. Church. Twenty-third Sunday after Trinity, Nov. 3. Litany, sermon and Holy Com munion, 10:SO. Prelude Andante Smart Offertory 'Wha,t Are These That MEIGS & CO. , Visit the Largest, Lightest and Handsomest Store in New Haven. Try Meigs & Co. ..Clothes. In the average clothes for men, Style is a thin veneer which use soon wears away; the average Clothes are made to sell. In Meigs & Co. Clothes, Style is not only cut it is Shape tailored to hold the Style; as they appear when new, so they look when laid aside. Meigs & Co.. Clothes are made to give' satisfaction. ' Hence We say: "Try our Clothes." You will find them better in quality than most others ; yet they cost no more frequently less than others of inferior quality. ' Suits fot men and young men, in all the new browns, blues, grays and black, $10 to $30; Overcoats, in many new fancy effects and dignified Oxfords and black, $10 to ; $45. YOUR FALL HAT IS HERE. Thetxtent of our showing of Fnll styles is our warrant for saying ' that we can. hat any mun to his satisfaction. The fact tiat the hats are here is your warrant for accepting them as the best for the money at each price. ZENITH SHOES, $3.50, $4.00 AND $5.00. INCORPORATED THE BIG V,' . I 81 TO OS CHTItCH STREET. Are Arrayed in White Robes" Stalher Communion Office in F.. Toms Postlude Communloi-i..... ..Dr. Sparks Monthly service of the Sunday school at 4 o'clock. St. Thomas' Church. The services in, .St, Thomas' church to-morrow are: Holy Communion with an address by Mr. Burton , Mansfield at 10:30, and evening prayer at 4 o'clock. The Sunday school meets at 12:05 p. m. Mr. Mansfield was one of the four lay deputies from Connecticut to thfl 'General Convention which has Just met at Richmond, and he will speak on the work of the convention. At Trinity Methodist Church. Sunday morning the Holy Commun ion will be administered and new mem bers received.. The1; ljnuslc will be an anthem for opening,, ""Just as I Am," by Sch'necker; for offertory Mr, Wood stock will sing "My itope is in the Ev erlasting," by Stalner. During the ser vice parents of little children' may leave them 'with the klndergartnerg for care and teaching. The Sunday school will provide gladly for all who seek ;class privileges. The meeting for the young people will be held iat 6:30. with a live topic and leader. At the evening ser vice the pastor will preach on "Unbe lief." The quartet will sing for open ing, "The Lord is my Rock,'' by Wood man; for offertory -a trio, "God,, my King, Thy Might... , Confessing," by Sohnecker. To all of these services the publie is cordially invited. Center Church. Dr. Smyth will preach in the morn ing. The devotional service will be re sumed at 4 o'clock,; Sunday afternoon. Music for afternoon service: Prelude Largo Dvorak ! Anthem "Hear, O Lord," .....Watson Solo "O God Have Mercy," Mendelssohn , Mr. Avis. Quartet "God so Loved the World," ,. Stalner Postlude M'ar'ch .'.. Bohm Dwight Place Church. , From time to time' Dr. Leete has lec tured upon men and periods of special interest In the history of the church :and two of such a: nature and upon modern characters have been announc - ed for the Immediate future. This week Sunday night, the subject Is "The Struggles of the Early Advocates of the Higher Education of Women as seen In the Life of Mary Lyon." ' - The. First Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev.' Francis T. Brown, pastor. Pub lic Worship at 10:30, with sacrament of the Lord's Supper and reception of new members. Bible school at noon. Ep porth League meeting at 6:30.: Public worship at 7:30, with sermon-lecture by the pastpr, concluding the series on "The Truth and Error of so-Called Christian Science." The discussion on Sunday evening will be a continuation of last Sunday's queslon, i"Why no real Christian need be a Member of the Cult called 'Christian Science'," and will enn sider the principle of the cures wrought by this and other forms of mind-healing. The piator has racoived so many letters of kind appreciation I for this series, and so many request ! for its publication in permanent form, that he has taken steps to meet this ! desire and at the close of the service on i Sunday evening the entire series of six discourses will be ready lor distribution in booklet form. The Church of the Redeemer. Morning worsh'.p at 10:30 o'clock. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered. Sunday school and adult Bible class at 12 m. Young People's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Evening service in Welcome hall, Oak street, at 7:45. Dr, Phillips will speak on, "Sacrificing the lefs to save the greater." The first quartet will sing. The public cordially invited to all services. Grace Methodist Episcopal Church. Corner Howard avenue and Portsea street. The pastor, Rev. W. W. V. Wilson, D. D., will administer the sac raments of the Lod's supper and bap tism and receive new members to morrow morning, and preach on "A Forgotten Heroine" at night The annual meetmjr of the Western Connecticut Association of the Wom an's Foreign Missionary Society will MEIGS & CO. 23t STORE. ' no STEPS FROM CHAPEt, STREKT. be held in Grace M. day, November 7, E. church Thurs- State Street Gospel Mission. There wil be special services at the State street gospel mission to-morrow night at 7:30 o'clock. The rooms are at 94 State street, near Water street. The City Sllssion House. Rev. W. D. Mossman, missionary pastor. At the City mission house, 201 Orange street, to-morrow will be ".Rally Day" for the Sunday school, and as a welcome5 home to Judge L. W. Cleavelarid, the superintendent, who has just returned from a trip abroad. The exercises will be held from 9 to 10 o'cldck a.'m. in place of the regular Sunday school session, closing In time for morning service at the church. Parents and friends and all interested are invited to be pres-, The children's meeting will beheld, as usual, at' 3 o'clock p. m. The au ditorium service in the evening will be conducted by the Mission Rescue band, led by its chairman, Elmer E. $'M' Wm, Prank $ I 783 Chapel St. ' ; An : Extraordinary Sale , V: :'.v" Of H igh Class Costumes Of Chiffon Voille, Wool Batiste, Nun's Veiling and Taffeta Silk 1OTD 111 REGULAR PRICES These Dresses are all new and fresh, and were MADE EXPRESSLY FOR US, but coming a month and a half after they were promised we refused to accept them, except M a great discount from the regular prices rather than have them on their hands the manufacturers accepted our offer, and our customers will get the FULL ONE-THIRD OFF, which was given us. . , , ' i Made from the aoovo mentioned materials in both Princess and Tyo-plece Effects--the ; most beautiful and exclusive gowns that we have ever shown. . : " .... 4 , 1 Notice the display of these handsome Dresses in our show windows. ' j , . ( ' " " - mi 1 A Big Saturday Sala of Women's and JVIisses" Tailored Suits j .C 1 These Stylish Suits at $12.98 good qualify Broadoloth in a stylish 26-inch Coat model with a full plaited Skirt finished with fold colors, BlaCK, Brown, Navy and Wine. We don't usually sell Suits at this low price, but these, being such splendid values we bought them to sell specially at $12.98. A ciholce line of Ladies' Sample Velvet Suits in new and very handsome effects very attractively priced. Girls' Winter Coats , Everything in Girls' Coats, ages 6 to 16 years from the warm full splendid, luxurious, elegantly Tailoed Coats at $19.50. Made In Men's Cloth materials Girls' Coats S5 Made of an extra good quality Cheviot the quality you usually get in an $8.00 Coat Double breasted, Velvet Collar, Full length, Blues, Browns, Red (ages 6 to 16 years). Special $5.00. A splendid line to choose from in every popular material such Llama and Plain Broadcloths and Thibet (aged 2 to 6 years). Prices I Furs and t Fur-Lined i lats M:M i-K' 849-853 But we invite special Il All Kinds SWEATERS and WARM WAISTS. Waists suitable for tailor suits or houae wear. Strictly all-wool materials in a great variety of models SEE OUR SPECIAL WOOL WAISTS At $2.75. ' FRIENDE. BRQOKS CHAPEL ste'eet:,;,;: Up One Fliqht. I nnDhaslze my address and the fact of being one flight of stairs up be- . rno to-dav I am the only "Brooks" actively engaged in this city in the fur iminess Mv reputation for competent, careful fur work, for reliable, sntls- I factory fur garments, is an asset I preserve. ' ' ' Gessner. The principal speaker will be F. W. Packer; subject, "Signs of Christ." Miss Edith Loeffel will ren der a violin solo. All are welcome. GRACE HOSPITAL. The regular monthly meeting of the woman's board' of Grace ''Hospital'' will be held at the nurses' home on Chapel street on Monday afternoon , at 3 o'clock. Co. Stocks Now at Their Best , . Suits are made of Smart' Suits at $17.50 Also Extra Special Values in Tailored Suits At $8.98, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 and $28.50. .Others up to $48.50. 163 i vet, oui every one Man Tailored and lined s WARM INFANT COATS liGBAPS U.STR88LT CHAPEL 3T. Of Waists attention to-day to 1 I: : yn.c, - ""-r -j . . . :-. , : ASSORTMENT OF KEYS. Probably ,the . largest and most In terestW assortment of keys in tha state of Maine is In the office of Su perintendent of Public Buildings Fran-, cis Keefe at Augusta. , There are thou sands of keys in, the . glass eases on ,th walls' of every size and. description,' from the (mail box kev, just large1 enough w be easily seen, to the 1 ele vator keys, which are: about four inch es long. ' " ' .. Wm. Frank 4 Co. 783 Chapel St. i t t Suits of extra fine Broad cloth, In a new semi-fitted 30-inch model Coat lined with good 6atin made with an extrafull plaited Skirt finished with fold In Black, ' Navy, Green, etc. A splendid value at $17.50. 1 S 7 length Cheviot Coat at $3.98, to the I t throughout, $7.50 to $19.50. For Saturday " Girls' Coats S7.50 i These coats made of extra fine all wool Cheviot, Double breasted Button to Neck, Velvet Collar, Cloth Cuffs, and lined throughout with good Gray Check wool material. In Navy, Brown, Green and Red (ages 4 to 16 years), ait $7.50. as Bear Skin, Moire Plush, Astrachan, $2,98 and $11.50. Handsome Velour Coats " . , V;,. ..