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v: s 4 i NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1907. ' 5 i IlteplioprL; The Ladies' Home Journal THE DECEMBER IS SUE Is the Christmas nnmber.of the Ladles' Home Journal and It Is packed full of the spirit of the holy season of Christmas. There are seven Christmas stories: two pieces of Christ mas music and a delightful article by Dean Hodges, of Har vard: "As the World Was at the First Christ mas." What Christmas , Means to Mo." by Mary Baker G. Eddy. As a Christmas Gift, an annual subscription makes a most acceptable present.' The Famous 'Arnold" Knit Goods Now being demonstrated by Mrs. Hume from Albany, N. Y. ? Call and she will explain to you the great advantages. List of "Arnold" Goods. Women's Knit Serviettes. Women's Knit Serviette Belts. Women's Knit Washcloths. Woman's Knit Bed Slippers. Women's Nurseiy or Maternity Robes. Children's Knit Night Drawers. Children's Knit Knickerbocker and 3 . Short Drawers. - Infants' Knit "Gertrudo" Suits. Infants' Knit Pinning Bands. Infants' Knit Abdominal Bands. Infants' Knit Night Gowns. Infants' Knit Diapers. Infants' Knit Bath Aprons. Infants' Knit Lap Pads. Infants' Knit Bibs. v Infants' Knit Wash Cloths. Infants' Knit Baby Outfits. Infants Knit Vests. Infants' Outing Plannel Wrappers. Complete Outfits for Infants. He's FAIR HAVEN Union Thanksgiving Service In ping News Mission Circle Meeting Personal Notes. ' (Special Journal and Courier r ews Service.) This Thanksgiving week will be a j usy season In many a home. Many family reunions have been planned and n some homes the work of preparation egan with th.e closing days of last veek. At Strong school to-day and to- nwnm .trifa will i Vwiolrh Vw YlO !11V4 X J T .1.1. U- llVUfe.l KJJ V..J ihildren for distribution among deserv- WHAT WAS IT The Woman Feared? What a comfort to find it is not "the wful thing" feared, but only chronic hdigestion, which proper food ca re eve. A woman in Ohio says: "I w;as troubled for years with in gestion and chronic constipation. At mes I -would have such a griawing in iiy stomach that I actually feared I ad aI dislike to write or even think : what I feared. "Seeing an account of iGrape-Nuts, decided to try it. After a short time was satisfied the trouble( was not the wful thing I feared but was still bad loueh. However. I was relieved of a id case of dyspepsia, by changing om improper food to Grape-Nuts. Since that time my ftowels have :en as regular as a clock. I had also oticed before I began to eat Grape- uts that I was becoming forgetful of here I put little thing's about the ouse, which was very annoying. "But since the digestive; organs have come strong from eating Grare uts, my memory is good and my mind is clear as wnen x was , young, ana i n thankful." Name giv-en by Postum o., Battle Creek, Mich. Read the 1 it n booklet, "The Road Vo Wellville," tepfcop The American Family Magazine THE CHRISTMAS LADIES HOME JOURNAL w 4 HAPPENINGS the Churches Sunday Ship ing families in the neighborhood. Every J ear a.t Thanksgiving considerable do nations are brought in for Jhe needy and great good is thereby done. This afternoon there will be the potato' ma,rch and as the children pass through the lower corridor they deposit potatoes and thus several bushels ar$ accumu lated in baskets to swell the general donation. Donations will also be made i by the pupils of iMlss Chapman's kin dergarten school in Ferry street. W. F. Hubbard at his market in Grand avenue has a big flock of chick ens which are going to be used to help out many a Thanksgiving dinner. He has a flock of 200 chickens and fowls in tne basement under his store, some of them big birds weighing eight pounas, ana these birds, like many a turkey, will be sacrificed for the great New England festival. This is one of the biggest flocks of chickens which has been assembled in this part of the city for this season. There will be union Thanksgiving services in Pilgrim church on Thursday morning and Rev. Robert E. Brown, the pastor, will preach. Services will also be held in Grace Episcopal church at 9:30, and the rector, Rev. George A. Alcott, will preach. Rev. r. Sneath, pastor of the Grand avenue Congregational church, has been ill since Friday and was unable to preach yesterday. His pulpit was oc cupied by his son, George M. Sneath, of the Tale Divinity school, who preached a good sermon from the words -"He that Overcomcth." Rev. Mr. Smith, rector of the Grand avenue Baptist church, preached a special Thanksgiving- sermon. The text was Psalms 116:12-13, "Wtat biiall I render unto the Lord for all His Many other Interest ing articles, fashions and the usual depart ments. And in making Christmas presents don't forget your own Tuture clothes. We are agents for The Ladles' Home Journal Patterns. The Journal Itself Is on sale at our Pattern counter, each month, at 15 cents per copy, or We will forward your annual subscription to the publishers at S1.50 per year. Special Demonstration ' of the Famous Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets Miss J. E. Castle, The Royal Worcester Co.'s cor set specialist, will be here Until November30to fit and demonstrate the possibili ties of these wonderful cor- sets In producing the long graceful lines so fashion able this season. benefits toward me? I will take the cup of salvation and call upon the name of the Lord." After announcing his text Mr. Smith read th. president's annual Thanksgiv ing proclamation, describing it as a rnanly, noble and Christian document, and saying he believed Spurgeon's re mark in reference to Mr. Gladstone could be applied to President Roose velt "we believe in no man's infalli bility, but we are grateful to be as sured of at least one man's Integrity." Mr. Smith continuing said: "These beautiful words of the text, taken from the Passover ritual of the ancient Hebrews, describe the emotions of a glad heart anxious to requite the bountiful goodness of God. But no man can ever repay Heaven's love and smile except in one way, and that is by thankfully taking God's gracious gifts', Joyfully recognizing Him in everything both Joy and sorrow, and gladly sharing His blessings with His fellow men. Enjoy the present. It is a ghast ly mistake to grunAle and to worry as so many Christians do. Count your blessings. Don't be over-anxious about to-morrow. God will provide. Many a man is living In the gloom of a life long regret because of some lost gift which he never prized till it had fled. 'Let us gather up the sunbeams, lying all around our path. Then shall every day be a Thankseiving day.' " Mt. Smith concluded the sermon with a plea for Baptist home missions, stating that the Baptists" seventy-five years of history and service among the foreigners and in the backwoods ot America had been truly glorious and wonderfully successful, and the same loyalty and liberality of each and all the churches for another twenty-five years would result in Christianizing the entire republic. A collection for this work was taken at the close of the ser mon. Despite the storm there was a good ly congregation gathered in the Union Baptist church at Montowese yester day morning at the services of re-ded-ieation.. For several weeks the church has been under Improvements and the betterments have cost about $1,300. The sermon of dedication was by the pastor, Rev. "W. O. Keir- SEGAR SPECIAL TOR A FEW DAYS WE-ABE HAVING A SALE OF THE WELL-KXOWX BRAND, ' "MAGNOLIA" A 3-FOR-A-QCARTER SEGAR, TgC STRAIGHT aJp OR BOX OF 50, $2.50. This Is a full-weight and full-sized Pedro, 5 inches long and prime stock. Some months ago we had a similar sale and the smokers showed their appreci ation of a good thing By buying several thousand in three days. tfSEmsrom. Mat$on'iCrnc stead. There was also a special mu sic service and a report of the chair man of the building committee was made by II. W. Robinson. The ser mon last eVening was by Rev. Dr. Ford of Olivet Baptist church, and . Rev. G. D. Mllbury assisted in the ser vices. This evening there will be a dedication of the church to young people and it was announced last evening that delegations from thirteen ; Christian Endeavor societies of the ! city had accepted invitations to at- tend. Addresses will ba made by Rev. Charles G. Smith, president of ! the Ne"w Haven Christian Endeavor j union, and Rev. W. A. Spinney of i Walllngford, and two minute ad I dresses from representatives of the Christian Endeavor societies. Selec tions will be rendered by a quartet I consisting of Burton Payne, Mary j Eaton, Ruth Hemingway, and G. Rob ! lnson. Gifts to the society for reju 1 venating the interior of the church have mado the following: Carpet and gas fixtures, ladies' aid society, presi dent, Mrs. Theophilus Eaton; pulpit and railing, Jenny Wren society, Mrs. ) E. A. Hemingway; choir furniture and i failing, Busy Bees society, Mrs. Rot)- ert B. Hemingway; vestible ' Bible, Sunday school, superintendent, A. S. Barnes; vestibule swinging doors, pas ; tor's Bible class, president, Linus i Barnes; pulpit motto,' Band of Hope socfely, Miss Florence Foote;- pulpit ' Bible, in memory of Rev. A. H. Slm- onds, given by Mrs. Sarah E. Simonds. A Voice From The:Stomach A Bloodless Fight . Between a Tablet and a Habit The Tablet Wins.' At the age of 22, Clarence had good digestion. He had gastric Juice that could dissolve doughnuts and turn ap plesklna into good blood corpuscles, At the age of 24 he began to be jilro fuse about the -waist and lean back wards. He also began to cultivate sov eral chins. In his new-found pride he began to thing it 'his duty to gorge himself on everything, the good and the bad, for appetite feeds on eppetlta and every rood thing is absurd. His pictures ehowed that he took on weight after he put his collar on. At the age of 26 Clarence married and went to boarding. On top of all this he attended oyBtetr suppers and wine dinners, which reduced the size of his colla,rs from 18V4 to 16. With still abiding faith in the strength of his stomach he gulped his meals and chewed them afterwards, lAt the age of 28 Clarence began to heair an inward voice a warning from his B'tnmach. After each meal, he would feel bloatedand belching became a habit. He began to be a light eater and a heavy thinker. H 'Dried to think out a cure, for now he would alt down at his meals absolutely disgusted at the thought or sight of anything to eat. He would sit down at his meals with out the trace of an appetite, Just be cause it was time to eat. He would often feel a gnawing-, un satisfied "still-hungry" feeling in his tgtomach, even after he was through eating, whether his meal was well cooked or not. And he suffered a good many other things with his etomach that he could not explain, but that mado him grouchy, vmiuerablo, out-o'-soirts and generally sour on everybody and every thing. Finally he read an account, some thins like this, about the truly won' derful results obtained from Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet in all cases of storn aeh trouble, dyspepsia, and so on. He bought a Bite box at the drug store and took the whole box. When ho stalrtcd he had little faith and less appetite. When he finished he had absolute faith and more appetite and more good cheer. Things began to taste different and better to him, Now he has no more dyspepsia, no more indigestion, no more loes of ap petite, brash, irritation,- burning sen sation, nausea, emotions, bad mem ory, or loss of vim and vigor. Remember, one ingredient of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest for you 3,000 grains of food, Just as it did for Clarence. This relieves your stoach of the work of digesting until your stomach can get strong and healthy again. Tour stom ach has been overworked and abused. It's fagged out. It needs a rest. Let Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do the work of your stomach. Tou will be surprised how fine you'll feel after eating, and how lusciously good every thing will taste to you. Heed the call of your stomach now! There's a world of good cheer In one box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets at any drug store, 50c. Send us your name and address to day and we will at once send you by mail a sample package free. Address F. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bldg., Mar shall, Miclv ' Mr. and Mrs. Franke Male of Wool- sey street have been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Male of West Ho- boken, N. J., and the latter will leave next week Saturday for California. Mrs. Charlotte Wright of Townsend avenue Is entertaining Mrs. Carrie R. Sparlln of St. Louis and Mrs. Harriet J. Bodge of Hartford. Schooner Fred Snow has Just fin ished discharging a cargo of 2,000 bushels of oysters for F. Mansfield & Sons, and has sailed for Narragansett bay to load another cargo. Steamer Emily Mansfield has gone to Providence, where she will be em ployed in dredging oysters for F. F. Mansfield & Sons of this place. After several days' illness with grip W. H. Linsley, sexton of the Grand avenue Congregational church, was able to be out yesterday. E. M. Seeiey and his son, Alfred Seeley, of Blatchley avenue, are 111 from the grip. The young ladies' mission circle of the Grand avenue Congregational church, will meet this evening at 7:45 with Mrs. E. C. M. Hall, 82 Grand avenue. Yesterday's storm was decidedly unwelcome, the more so because there haye been s"' many stormy Sundays of late. The i.eavy rain in the afternoon was accompanied by some hall and followed by a piping gale of wind. SECRETARY CHANGES ADDRESS. Charles K. Cadwell, secretary of the board of relief of Admiral Foote post, has moved from Orchard street to No. 131 Howe street. THE WAME On a Package of CANDY, COCOA AND CHOCOLATE , Is an tTneqanlled Guarantee for PUMTY-QUALTnT-FLAVOR ERNEST L. NETTLETON, REAL ESTATE. Boom 802, 41 Church Street. ' City, Town and Shofe Building Lots. BUYER OF ACREAGE PROPERTY. TEN DAYS' SALE. Having bought a heavier stock of Fall and Winter goods thnn we have space for, we have decided to Ulsposeof it by run ning a ten days' sale. Sale commenced November 22. $28.00 BUYS ANY made-to-order suit or overcoat in our store during this sale. Attached to' every order is a guarantee of satisfaction or no pay. A fancy vest with every or der 20 different designs to Be loct from. i THE WEINBERG CO., 1048 Chapel . Street. THEO. KEILER FUNERAL OIRRCTOR AND EMBA.LS1E1U 488 Stata Street. , BRANCH OFFICE l 455 Campbell Arenne, Weat Unven. AHMomwEMEtrr. 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 & M;ycock,No. 1112 Chapel Street. Ali work will receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 675. HOST. N. BUR WELL, Undopiakere MARRIAGES. STILSON-CARTER. Married In Can onsburg, Pa., on Wednssday, No vember 20th, Mary Jeanetta Carter, daughter of Mr. Joseph McNary Car ter, to Mr. Alec York Stilson o Pitts burg, formerly of New Haven. n22 It DEATHS. THOMAS. In this city, November 23, and the late Mary A. Thomas, in the nineteenth year of his age. Funeral services will be held at No. 57 Sea street, on Monday afternoon, at half-past tNO o'clock. Frlendsare ' Invited to attend. n2o 2t lnvuea 10 atirnu. . ROBERTSON. In this city, November 23. laUf, Maria tieaion, wiaow ui ur. John B. Robertson, in the ninety-first year of her age. Funeral services will be held at the family residence, No. 138 Temple street, on Tuesday afternoon at half past two o'clock. n25, 2t Cut Flowers and . Flowering Plants. John H. Champion S Co. 1020 CHAPEL ST. Perrier Water is a new one. While MineralWaters are as plentiful as Mosquitos on the Eastf&jS shore on Labor Day, t-X- ,1 this Perrier, on the face of it, has a lot of good and desirable points. It comes from the South of France, nine miles from the ancient Roman town of Nimes. Light, crisp, invigorating, spark ling with pure natural gas. An aid to digestion not a salty water blends to perfection with Wines and Spirits. Costs about 5 cents a dozen (50c a case) more than Apollinaris or White Rock. , In a flat bottom round bottle that stands upright without a holder. . Each Dozen Pints $.14 ?1.60 Case 100 pints, $12.50 Quarts,, . . . .20 2.25 Case 50 quarts, $9.00 , v JUST ARRiVcD- Reputation Chocolates The above chocolates are made by Lo veil & Oovell, of Boston, Mass., manufacturers of High-Grade Confections. We use this space simply to inform the public that we are handling these dainty confec tions. The chocolates adver tise themselves. Assorted Bori-Bons, 60 cents the pound. v Assorted Caramels, 40 cents the pound. ; Established 1861. 'Phono 1C75. Home Jars of Sunshine Candy hold aboutf one and one -half pound3 and sell by the full package. These jars make fine presents and are useful for keeping all kinds of candy. Sunshine Candy is not really hard, but crisp and brittle, and is the simplest form of candy made. It is sometimes spoken of as Old-fashioned candy, but it is an up-to-date old-fashioned candy. The ingredients consist of sugar and flavoring, and are the yery best. Home jars, 85 cents each. Mcintosh reds. "The man who knows" does not nsd to be told that this is the finest apple frown. There were quite a number of arrels in our car of Vermont fruit There were also winter strawberries and Fallman sweets. Wo are selling; them by the barrel and at retail and have sold them to soma of the best dealers in own. We have to-day a new lot of Oregon box apples, a little larger and hand somer than any we have had before. J. B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. ASKED TO BUY OWX OANDY. . Detective James P. Ward arrested Francesco Palidaro, a, downtown boy, Saturday night for the theft of several boxes of candy from the wagon of Hy man Ginsberg, a Wooster street candy dealer. Aiter returning to his store late in the afternoon Ginsberg missed the candy and was surprised at the ap pearance of Palidaro a short time later, who exhibited the missing swaats and representing them as his own, offered to sell them to him. Ginsberg 'phoned to the detective bu reau and Wood arrested the boy. Pali daro claims that he found the candy in the street and did not know who it ba- longed to. - i iia" . v ay - a - r ENTERTAINMENTS. HYPERION THEATER ! TWO NIGHTS. NOV. 29-89. ' Mlt fiOTTTPDV rfT.'sktrrh8 Fo01' Ha saia' PRICES M)e U $10 OaM anl. fn 1 ' ccl xuesuay. uarriag-es at 11. AaMfct..-, ,W,i,.)ftr imr hi i.jL' ' G. B. BUNNELL, Manae-Rr. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. NOVEMBER 25, i. 27. MATINEE WEDNESDAY. Lew Welch In "THB SHOEMAKER." ' Ragular Popular Prlcas. Thursday, Friday Saturday, ,: NOVEMBER 2 28, 80, MATINEES Thanksgiving Day and Saturaay. The Kllroy-Brltton Co. Introduce - p. Hav Raymond The Talenfed Singing Comedian, and a Splendid Company, la tba New Musical Malodrama, The Only One The Real One, A Great Big Musical Dramatic Delight. THE . BON-TON ! - GIRLS' CHORUS. Special Songs Scenery Produc . tion. . Regular Popular Prices.' 232203 Bijou Theater. SYLVESTER 35. POM, Proprietor. , ', , WEEK OF NOVEMBER 25th. : Bijou Theater Stock Company. "THBJ CHARITY BALIa" ! Poli's popular prices: 10c, 20c, SOo. Two special performances Thankstriv- : ing Day. Holiday prloes. Seats re- srvea in aavance., uei. ciua. POLI'S NEW THEATER. WEEK OF NOVEMBER 28, Matinees 2:16 Evenings 8:18. m Will M. Crosey & Miss Blanch Dnyne In THE VILLAGE LAWYER. 7 Other Blg Attractions"--7 ' POLI'S POPULAR PRICES. . OFFICE ' SUPPLIES. We are the headquarters for all ar ticles thatfyou might, need In your of fice work. From the most elaborate' loose leaf or filing system to the sim ple and humble 25-cent letter file or the cheapest envelopes we have1 them. SEE OCR, MOTTO, Everything for the Office. John, R, Rembert & Co Everything for the Office. TWO TELEPHONES. 262 STATE STREET The City Hall Pharmacy ; Next to City Hill Prescription Specialists. Tel. 813-4. IT GLADDENS THE HEART. IT PLEASES THE EYE. IT CONDUCES TO HEALTH. IT LEADS TO HAPPINESS. Nothing like cleanliness In a home, and nothing like the Vacuum Cleaner to secure it. It does the work quickly, thoroughly; cleans everything just where it stands. Disturbs nothing, creates no dust, destroys all microbes and germs. Physicians recommend it because It's sanitary; good housekeep ers use it because it's the best and is not expensive. M JUST TELEPHONE 270i THE CANDY packages. iier a. xveaaon.