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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1907.
5 Tasloiisoi(o- Tailored for Small We feature this season more than ever before TAILORED SUITS for small women Suits of quality and style -exclusive sale of this manufac turer In New Haven. Women's Underwear at , "The Quality Store" Full assortments for Winter now ready-standard makers. American Hosiery Co. "Zlmerll " Swiss Underwear. The "Swan Brand." Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary. Forest Mills. The Yale Underwear. "Raimie Fibre" Underwear. Springfield Knitting Mills Co. and many other good, reliable mills. Women's Dainty Neckwear The woman of taste will find won derful charm In this assemblage of Dainty and Stylish Neckwear. We have carefully selected the choicest num bers from over a dozen of the best makers in the country and many are exduslve. Bows, In a variety of styles and colorings, 25c and -soo. '. ;.- ; Embroidered Turn Over Collars, 19c, 25c and 50c. Stock Collars, lace and tailored, 25c, 50c, 75c up to $1.50. Collar and Cuff ts, lace and embroidered, 50c to ' $8.50. . Good Kid Gloves A reputation for quality, style and perfect fitting Gloves has been built up here, in the same manner as a few greatjewelry houses have In diamonds. In the first place only gloves made of the very best selected skins are allowed to pass the scrutiny of our glove ex pert; secondly, each and everyone of our glove fitters are experts In the aft of putting on gloves. And good gloves well fitted generally give entire satis faction. These are the reasons for the great popularity of "Monson's" Gloves. Short Gloves from $ 1 .00 a pair up to Long Gloves $2.50 to $3.98 a pair. Our famous Real Kid "Monopole" Gloves are unequalled for quality and style, price $1.68. Y. M. C. A. LECTURE SUNDAY. ; fJames A. Cruikshank Will Talk About Jchoiakin's Penknife. The speaker at the Y. M. C. A. Imei's meeting in Foy auditorium Sun- lay afternoon will be James A. Cru- akshank of New York, editor of For est and Stream and widely known as 'The Amateur Tramp." His subject will be "Jeholakin's Penknife." Ad mission free. "We had to give up coffee last winter, s we found it was hurting us. We now use POSTUM 1 with pleasure and profit." "There's a Reason." Suits Women $2,500 WORTH OF FURS Smuggled Goods Recovered, But Men Wanted Escape. East Alburg, Vt., Nov. 1. Deputy Collector of Customs Charles L. Or ton went to Burlington to-day to con fer with Collector C. H. Darling re garding a seizure of furs which has been made by Deputy Collector H. C. Ladd. The furs were valued at $2, 500. Deputy Ladd located the smug glers and secured the furs, but his at tempt to arrest the men failed, they resisting and making their escape. HALLOWE'EN PARTY. Haymakers' Association Has An Ex cellent -Entertainment, Ansantawae loft, 32 1-2, Haymak ers' asociatlon, held a Hallowe'en party at its hall, 400 State sjfreet, last evening. The hall was very prettily decorated for the affair, a fine enter tainment was provided after whiel and crullers .were served. . TEN CENT SEGARSforg,, The reason of It Is this: Wo shipped to a summer resort hotel a bill of these goods at $58 per thonand. In order to close the account at end ,ol season wo took hack what re mained unsold after examining them carefully. i We don't like to ship these goods to our wholesale trade because the boxes are a trifle soiled. The segars are quite as good as ever, the dealer having taken good care of them. I You would do well to take advan jtage of this sale. By the Fifty box, $2.50. ALBERT W. MATTOON, WHOLESALE and RET AIL, 808 Chapel, Corner Orange. MURDER TRIAL COES TO JURITWEDNESDAY Court Contest With the Bishop Case Ordered for Trial Thursda. LAWYER SUES FOR FEES Student to Fight His Case Young Burglars Sent to Reform School. The long Washelensky murder trial is now approaching its closing stages. I Yesterday afternoon much before the usual time of adjournment the court session closed, all the testimony being ih, and the court adjourned until 10 o'clock on Tuesday morning, at which i time the arguments In the case will '.be started. The case should get to the jury about Wednesday of next week. The session yesterday, which closed early In the afternoon, was taken up mainly with the rebuttal and surrebt tal In the case. No new testimony was introduced. , The Bishop Property Case. In the civil side of the superior court yesterday Judge Gager assigned the case of the Bishops against the city for trial next Thursday. This Is the appeal from the action of the bureau of compensation In award ing $42,000 to the Bishops for their property in state street, wnicn is need- ed to make room for the Crown street extension. They want $55,000 for the I property, and the matter of compromise lis pending with the city, f The assignment of the appeal for trial i would indicate that the city must got busy If it is to compromise, the cast, I.nwyer Sues for Fers. I To secure fees alleged to be due him Attorney Charles S. Hamilton has brought suit against Israel Weinberg, a Chapel street tailor. The amount elulmed is $70.11 and property owned by Weinberg has been attached to the val ue o: i,uOo. Churned With Theft, James Hayden. who is being held by (the police for further investigation, and was in tne city court on the cnarge ot misconduct, was ngalnj brought before the court yesterday morning, charged with the theft of table linen, valued at $fl from the Tontine hotel. The case was continued until Monday under $6j0 bonds. Student to Fight Hi Cnse. John 1-1. Noel, the Law school fresh man arrested after an exchange of blown with Special Policeman Bright at the New Haven theater Thursday night, asked a continuance until Tues day in the police court yesterday. It Is understood that he Intends to fight the case During the singing of the "Dixie" sons in the play, one of the students joined in and the speoial officer nabbed Noel. According to witnesses, Bright made a pass at the student, knocking oft ms nat, wnereupon tne Yale man andea a woli-airected wauon on the officer's eye. Ushers rushed to the cop's assistance and Noel was landed In the pollen station, charged with breach of the peace and resistance. Noel denies that he was the student who ra-ide the noise which brought Bright to the front, and he Intends to bring in witnesses to say so Tuesday. City Court Cnses. These cases were disposed of bv Judge Tyner in the city court yesterday mrning. Domenlco and Ralph Clarametto, charged with mutual brench of the pence on September 5, discharged. Cases against Ellen Scofield and Kate Carper, for breach of the peace Sep tember 16. nolled. Nolle entered case of Adolph Merle, Charged with breach of the peace last September. Antonio Cretella anil James Carsori, both fourteen years old, were before the city court charged with having bur glarized the grooery store of Donovan Brothers, at 585 Chapel street. Both the boys were sent to the Reform school, and both appealed their cases under $200 bonds each. The alleged ofr fense was committed on the night of October 14. Both boys have bad records, accord ing to the nolio.e. and Carson was plac ed under probation on a charge of theft only three days ago. PAGTER OP BROADWAY. Enrgains That Bring Big Crowds to His Broadway Bazaar. It is evident that when Pagter gets a coat 011 a man's chest he gets Pag ter under the man's vest. Unique ad vertising often attracts attention, but It's only when the merchant "delivers the goods" that repeated special sales draw the crowds. It is generally ad mitted that Pagter lives up literally to the wording of his advertisements. No merchant has done more to popu larize ' Broadway as a bargain mart than Pagter. There is no ambiguity in Pagter's ad-talk. There is a five dollar bill goes back into a nan's pocket to-day if he buys an overcoat or suit of Pagter at $15.00. There's $1.15 saved when ho buys a pair of shoes for $3.85. As for the special shirt bargains for to-day one need only look in the show window to realize the genuineness of the bar gains. They are all price concessions made to induce old and new custom ers to trade in Broadway. Induce ments to walk or ride up town and get variety and values that only spe cial sales afford. No successful mer chant can advertise as Pagter adver tises to-day ani not back up what he says. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. l Dwight Place Congregational Church Rev. William W. Leete, D. D., pas tor. Services and public worship and discourse, 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Bible school at 12. T. P. S. C..E. at 6:3). f First Church of Christ, Scientist The services of First Church of Christ, Sci entist, are held Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., in Republican hall. Tem ple and Crown streets, entrance on Temple street. Subject: "Adam and Fallen Man." Golden text, "And the Lord God called unco Adam, and saith unto him. Where art thou?. . . . Hast thou eaten of the tree, whereof I com manded thee that thou shouldst not eat?" Genesis 3:9, 11. The Sunday The Wednesday evening testimonial room maintained by the church in the Malley building, 902 Chapel street, is "1"-" J XI U 111 " fcV V 411 cept Sundays and legal holidays; on dlal welcome to all. i Trinity Methodist Church (Dwight ana ueorge streets; w. tu liiaa, pas tor. Morning worship at 10:33 with the holy communion. Kindergarten at the same hour Sunday school at noon. Ep worth league meeting at 6:80. i Evening worship at 7:30 with ' sermon on "Unbelief." J Humphrey Street Congregational Church Public worship at 10:30 a. m., withiholy communion at 7:30 p. m., a devotional service, with an address by the pastor, Rev. F. R. Lmckey, on 'The Bearing of Burdens." Bible school at 12 m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. V Center Church Rev. Newman Smyth, pastor. Morning service at 10:30. De votional service at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. V Church of the Messiah (First TJnlver salist) A very interesting harvest ser vice has been arranged for next Sun day morning. The Sunday school schol ars will sing the special music in which they have been well drilled during the past few weeks. The pastor, Rev. Theodore A. Fischer, will speak on -"The Harvest." All are cordially invited. , i Second Church of Christ, Scientist Sunday services at Warner ball, 1044 Chapel street: 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. First reader, Rev. S. E. Simonsen, C. S. B. Subjeot, "Adam and Fallen Man.' Sunday school, 11:45 p. m. Tes timonial meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. A free reading room is maintained by this church In the Chase building, 1018 Chapel street. Open week days from 11 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Monday evenings. Al are welcome. United Church (North Church on the Green) Morning worship at 10:30. Ser mon by the pastor, Rev. Artemas J. Haynes. Lord's super at close of the sermon. v The First Methodist Episcopal Church (corner Elm and College streets) Rev. Francis T. Brown, pastor. Class meet ing at 9:30 a. m. Public, worship with Sacrament of the Lord's Supoer and reception of members at 10:30. Bible school at noon. Chinese Sunday school at 2:30. Epworth league meeting at 6:30. Public worship at 7:30 with ser mon: lecture by the pastor on "The Cures of So-called Christian Science." J Plymouth Church Communion will be observed in the morning. The theme of the vesper service at 5 o'clock will be "A Song of Victory." The pastor, Rev. Dr. McLane, will preach both morning ana atternson. - l Trinity P. E. ChiWch The services nt Trinity P. E. cb'irh on h- o- i be as follows: 8 a. m., Holy Commun ion: 111:30, Moiy l;ow , prayer and sermon by the Rev. Charles u. scovine; 12:10, Sunday school: 7:80, evening prayer r and-rsei mon by tuu Rev. unaries u. scoviue. ERNEST L, NETTLETON, REAL , ESTATE. Room M3. 41 Church Street. City, Town and Shore Building Lors BUYER OF ACREAGE PROPERTY KODAKS and Kodak Supplies. OUR STOCK, ENTIRELY NEW, com prises the latest improvements In this line. To make this popular pastime more successful, wo are using, In developing, the very latest methods to simplify the work. The public are Invited to examine this new method; also our Kodaks and sup plies. Developing and printing at short no tice. Ciiy Hall Pharmacy Co. NEXT TO CITX HALL, i 'Phone 818-4. THEO. KEILEF? FUNEnAI, DIRECTOR AND EXE1LMEU. 408 Stata Street. BRANCH OFFICBi 488 Campbell Aveane, West Haven. MUOWIGEmHST. I desire to announce to my friends and the public generally, that pending a readjustment of my affairs, calis intended for mc may be sent to Messrs. Lewis & JVLycock, No. 1112 Chapel Street. All wort will receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 675. ROOT. Nt BUR WELL. DEATHS. GOODSELL Suddenly in this city. Oc- tooer 30, iuf, Jtveiyn .nerpont uood seli. Funeral services will bt held at No. 42 Clinton avenue on Saturday after noon at two o'clock. Friends are in vited to attend. nl 2t GLEESON In this city, Nov. 1, 1907, William Gleeson, at his late residence, 690 State street Notice of funeral hereafter. PARKER In Sugar City, Idaho, Octo ber 25, 1907, Orlo Dickerman, son of Clarence M. and the late Hattie Dickerman Parker. Aged 2 J venra. Funeral services will be held at the res idence of his tamer, iso. 678 Win throp avenue, on Sunday afternoon at half-past two o'clock. Friends are invited to attend. n2 it PHELPS In Livingston. Fla., October 29, 1907, Priscllla P. Phelps, aged 73 years. , Funeral services will be held from the Soldiers' Memorial chapel in the Fair Haven cemetery on Saturday, Novem ber 2, at 1:45. Relatives and friends are Invited. nl It Cut Flowers and Flowering Plants. I mm John H. Champion & Co. 1020 CHAPEL ST. Carolina H E A D RICE A little lot of 5 bbls., new crop, just landed.' ) Extra fancy quality white, 'whole grain. The kind that people who really know Rice appreciate (when they can find it). As this lot was rnnrrnrrprll for last Spring you get the! benefit of the old price. Pound, $ .10 11 lbs. for 1.00 25 lbs. for 2.15 J8jkU Sir- Sweet Gider made from russet apples has arrived from Woodbridge. Hubbardson's "None Such" Apples CIDER VINEGAR from the same farm 'that the cider comes from. You can rest assured it will beAr diluting. We leave that for you to dp. , Ci 018 U CMAPElSiyly? 1 GENUINE VEM0NT We have just received direct from Welch Brothers, of Burlington, Ver mont, as flue a lot of Sin pie Syrup as there Is In the city. Has that real old-fnshioned "Maple Flavor'' so rare nowaduys. Those who are looking for a pure straight maple syrup enn ob tain it here. f Try Welch Brothers' Maple Cream, excellent confection. 1 . - Large bottle 40 Small bottle. .......... .20 One -half gallon tin. ... . .80 One gallon tin. $1.55 Soft Maple Cream 25 Established 1861. 'Phone 1675. NEW CROP. Florida Oranges and Grape Fruit. New supplies Oregon and Vermont Apples, Seckcl Pears and Niagara Grapes. Here and to arrive New Figs aud Dates, new White and Darky Honey, Frenph Artichokes ond Holland En dive. Those 15c boxes of imitation oranges that we have been waiting for are here. J. B. JUDSON, THE MIRROR FRTJTT STORE, 856 CHAPEL ST. Don't M Till The Sjiow diss We are having Ideal weather for house cleaning, provided tod use the modera syitem. No dis turbance of household dutiea, take one room at a time If you wnnt, and clean It quickly and thoroughly. Not o particle of dust raised In the room. Mnkea carpets look Ilka new, loosens the nap, gives new life to them. Vacuum Cleaner Co. P. O. BOX 1151. TKL. 2700. ' mm, - A. it ENTERTAINMENTS. HYPERION This Afternoon and Evening CARL0TTA NILLS0N IN "THE THREE OF US." ' MONDAY AND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4 AND 5. Phenomenal Success Direct from the Lyric Theater, New York. R. JAMES O'NEILL IX TWO CLASSICAL PLAYS, MONDAY EVENING TUESDAY SVENEVG- Supported by a Cast PRICES $1.50, S1.00. 75c, 50c, SEATS NOW SELLING. Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights mid Saturday Afternoon, November 7, 8 and 0. SAM S. AND LEE SHUBERT (Inc.) OFFER A NEW COMEDY OPERA IN THREE ACTS, "The Gifls Book and Lyrics by Stanislaus Stange; Music by Reginald De Koven; Production Staged by Al Holbrook. The cast of nearly one hundred persons Includes: Vera Mlchelena, Edward M. Favor, Harry Mac donongh, Pacle Ripple, Carrie E. Perkins, Henry Vogel, Mary Nash, Karl Stall, George Callahan, Leona Stephens, Ellen Tate, Erla Rottger. PRICES Evenings, 25c to $1.50; Special Popular Matinee Satur flay, best seats, $1.00. Seat sale Tuesday. Carriages at 11. POLI'S IJOl) The School 5 GREAT 16 CAST srprrtB SCENIC PRODUCTION MAGNIFICENT COSTUMES. MONDAY High School Night MONDAY Grand Souvenir Matinee Friday. -PERFORMANCES DAILY- NOVEMBER 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, 0. j DAILY ' MATINEE ONE ENTIRE WEEK NOVEMBER 4. . ' PROGRESSIVE, PROGRESSIVE VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE Special Engagement of the Talented Actress, VALERIE BER8EEE 4 CO. PRESENTING THE ONE-ACT PLAYLET BY ROY FAIRCH1LD, "A BOWERY CAMILLE." QUINLAN and MACK, In "The Traveling Dentist." HALLEN and HAYES, Eccentric Comedians and Dancers, in a Splendid Creation. ELSIE BOEHM, The Little Girl with the Big Voice, Viennese Baritone Vocalist. Direct from their Triumphal 14 -BLACK The World's Greatest Colored Musical Organization, Introducing the Sensational Feature, "THE BASS DRUM TRUST." , POLI PRICES Evening, 10. 20. 30, 50; Matinee, 10, 20; Ladles at Matinee, 10 cents. SUBSCRIPTION LIST now open at the bos offlee. TELEPHONE 192. IS BUSINESS MEN'S "... FOOD and INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION. Mechanical Exhibits. SPECIAL SOUVENIR DAYS. CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. Tons of Samples Lectures by Linda Ross Wade. Ask your grocer for special rebate tickets. Doors Open 1:30 to 5:30; 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. Second Regiment Armory, Oct. 6 to Nov. 2. Catering In all Its branches by skilled and experienced people; weddings, banquets, dinners, parties, teas, etc. Good taste; good quality. Mince Pies and Plum Puddings to order. Experi enced waiters and cooks furnished. The E. J. Williams Catering Co., 47 ELM STREET, oVER NESIilX'S. ENTERTAINMENTS. 3 THEATRE This Afternoon and Evening -"VIRGINIUS." -"MONTE CRIST0." of Unusual Excellence. 25c. CARRIAGES AT 11. of Holland, 99 St! S. Z, POLI PRESENTS Poll's Own Stock Company IN , RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN'S Fop Scandal. .ACTS 5 OF 16 ; POPULAR PRICES. DAILY MATINEE 4 AVON COMEDY FOUR 4- Goodwin, Coleman, Smith, Dale. "THE NEW SCHOOL TEACHER." 1 , BOB and TIP, Men mid 2 Dogs the Toremost Comedy Acrobats, and Introducing $1,000 Challenge Dog, "Tip." ELECTROGRAPH,- With the Series "Nine Lives of the " Cat." .' ' European Tour Jessie L. Lasky's HUSSARS -14 G. B. BUNNELL. Manager. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY. October 31, November 1, 2. The Biff Bonncinsr Ball of Comedy. AROUND THE CLOCK. Ritchie's Musical Melange Direct from j London Replete With Comedy, Muslo and Singing- and Dancing-. 1 Regular Popular Prlces.4 MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY. November 4. 5. 6. Matinee Wednesday. The Big New York Musical Comedy Hl M. M. Theise Offers -"WINE, WOMAN AND SOICG.t The Same Bis; Cast. The Great American Pony Ballet. i Regulan Popular Prices. Bijou Theater. SYLVESTER Z. POLI, Proprietor. , ' WEEK OF OCTOBER 28. Poll's Own Stock Company : in "THE UNDERTOW." Poll'sipopular prices: 10c, 20c SOc. Ladles' souvenir matinee daily. Seats, reserved in advance. Telephone 6012. ; AT YALE FIELD TO-DAY. Yale vs. Washington and Jefferson. GAME CALLED AT 3:30. Admission 35 cents. FRESHMEN vs. AND0VER.v GAME CALLED AT 2. Admission 50 cents. Admission to botfi games- 75 cents, j i V