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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1907.
New Raven's Most Reliable Department Store. These Pretty, Pretty F your Silk need calls , for an afternoon rs- ception gown, a din ner or a dancing, frock, you will, find that you can fill your need in this sale in - the Silks at 49cts, at 8cts or at 78cts the yard. As for Waisting Silks, there are glorious patterns here fn each class. At .49 cents a Yard; There are stripes, and checks, and ccrdJ, tni . figcrii and plain colors. These are 69ct and 75ct Silks. At 58 cents a Yard; Quite as wide t choice ran je is to be found a m o n g . these lovely Silks. These are 89ct Silks. ' At 78 cents a Yard; Amanjt.e Silks at 78 cents a yard are enchant'ns Taf fetas and Lu:sine Silks always sold at $1 and $1.25 AT THE LOCAL HYPERION. , TYlltbn Lackayo In "The Bondman" V ' This Evening. ' The coming o Wilton Lackaye to the Hyperion tonight and tomorrow means a big,--: dramatic treat. Mr. Lackaye wl'L-'he seen In Hall Calne's "The Bondman." which has been running for over a year at the Drury Lane theater, London. Mr. Hall. Calnc has released the America'n rights to Mi. Lackaye, believing that this popular star is the one man in America able to do justice to the character of "Jason," the most important in' the play. The first per formance in America was given in St. Louis on September 16 and the press criticisms prove that the American success will be even greater than that already established in England. Mr. Lackaye brings with him a company of sixty ' people and three carloads of scenery. The stqryo "The Bondman" is similar to that of the book of the same name and tells of the power of Christian love over Pagan vengeance. The remarkable sale of Hall Calne's books has made the story of the play common knowledge. Mr. Lackaye In two weeks will open in New Tork for the winter season. lie brings with him the entire English production which is on a most stupendous scale. Advance reservation should be made at the earnest possible - date, as the demand for seats will be exceptionally large. Yale Team Invited. The Yale football team and coachers will be the guests this evening of Wil ton Lack-aye at the Hyperion theater. ' Sherman Danby, Tepresentatlve of Mr. Lackaye, received instructioms from the V.LUi llj 3C11U LJ1C lliVlLiVlilll. X lit? 1U1 , I . , - lowing jneesae was aucoruingiy wirea to Cambridge: "L.' H. 'Biglow, Captain Tale Footfall Team; Cambridge Mass: "Would like to have the team and roachers as my guests at the Hyperion Monday night. Wishing you all suc cess, - "WILTON LACKAYE." Mr. Sothern. The same charm and interest which attached to Sherlock Holmes and to Raffles because of the detective ele ment in the story is said to predomi nate in Mr., Sothern's new play, -'The Pool Hath Said In His Heart," which has beeti especially written for him by Laurence Irving, founded on Dostojeff Bkl's "Crime and Punishment." . Mr. Sothern will present this play at the Hyperion Thursday evening, and on Friday evening "If I were King." NEW HAVEN. Initial Performance of "The Shoe- maker" This Evening. Something quite a departure from the usual calibre of melodrama will be the offering 'at the New Haven theater to-night, Tuesday and Wed nesday night and at the matinee Wednesday. Incidentally the new play, which is by Hal Reld, and called "The Shoe maker," will introduce Lew Welch, the popular character actor and Come dian in a novel role, that of a Hebrew mender, and maker of shoes. Mr. Welch is one of a few exponents of a certain type of Jews who make their homes on the east side of New Vork after coming to America from foreign shores. He has lived in the midst of these people all his life and knows the charaeter as well as he does himself, 6 ti t( ;; THEATERS. As the poor shoemaker, who breaks none of the ten commandments be caus his nature will not permit him, Mr. welch Is said to have a role that fits his unique talents to a Jot There are numerous opportunities to overact the role, but Mr. Welch portrays him just as he is In the play the scenes shift from New York to the far west Despite his new environments Mr. Welch keeps within the picture of the type, sustaining all of the vital ele ments of the man's nature till the final curtain. His love for his only child, his devotion to a sacred trust, his equanimity and self-denial in the fact of his troubles maks a strong appeal to any heart. His humor and his pathos, is as keen and infectious as the rays of the sun on & spring morning. Ably surrounded ty a strong supporting company, an appropriate scenic investiture; plenty of bright lines, thrilling situations and spirited action there is no reason why the suc cess of the. new play should net be as emphatic as it is lasting. "Tho Candy TCld." The new.est of all the most unique theatrical production that was recent ly launched Is the one called "The Candy Kid." The title sounds a bit slangy, but it is simply a nickname given the principle character who is a College boy and as full of wit and nervy tricks as one can imagine. The story of the play teems with many sensational scenes and thrilling fin ishes, while it in no way resembles the "blood and thunder" cla9. "The Kid" is portrayed by the talented singer and comedian, Ray Raymond, who was a pronounced hit in "The Cowboy Q, r la t season and he dances and sings his way through ,the piece in a gingery and agreeable manner. BIJOU. "The Cliarity Ball," First Prediction by New Company. The present week will mark an epoch . In the history of the Bijou theater, i This evening the Bijou Theater Stock I company will make Its first appearance under the management Of Pauline H. Bovle in a 8unerb production of David Beiasco and Henry DeMiile's greatest success "The Charity Ball." . In this new company there will be introduced to the playing grolrig public of New Haven some artists who have established reputations of the best and all of whom have had the distinction of playing with the best actors and ac tresses on the American stag-e. Not only will the new company he larger than any ever brdusht to this theater before, but It is a company that commands an unusually larse salary list and will put the Bijou theater on the level with the best stock houses in the country. Of ::Thc Charity Ball" little need be said in the way of Introduction. The play is known as a standard one and has been produced by some very nota ble cat.ls. The production of the play this week at the Bi.iou theater will be the best offering of this play ever seen in New Haven at ponular prices. Elab orate scenery and effects have been se cured and the costuming will be excep tionally elaborate.- Thanksgiving day there will be two special performances, the matlneabeins ot evening prices. Reserved seats for these tiro performances will be held only until noon and 6 o'clock p. m. The subscription book is still open at the box office for the benefit of patrons of the house. POLI'S. Cressey and Dnylie Head Big Thanks giving Wef k Bill.' The blsr Thanksgiving week bill at Pnli's will b- hevlrd by Cressev and Dayne in their laughable comedy one act p'.aye'.te entitled "Tl.e Village Law- . : I I) t yer." Mr. Cressey is a New England born and has the sayings and doings of the folks down to perfection. It's a sure bet that he will ; be, the , biggest kind of a favorite all. weS. One ( the leading acts on the olio will be that of The Ml Tourbillon troupe of cyclists who- do ail manner of feats upon the cyce. This act is one of the best and biggest European im portations and has mot with tremen dous success wherever it has been pre sented. Mr. and Mrs. MJirk Murphy with their witty Irish sketch, "The Coal Strike," are bound to win fivo1-, for no better funmnkers of the u;T-ar'ous va riety can be found ou'the s'ag;. Ccrson and Willard in thMr pirjdies and their German comedian number are sure to please, ana Jljizlla and Millay as the burlesque wrestlers an! comedy bar ar;!:Us, supply r.ove'ty of a high class. , . The Ml3es Delmore in p'eas'ng vocal and instrumental numbers, are board to be of interest, and Milt "Wood, hi lancer with the chair, has some steps hat will wake the devotees up. FIRE IX STATE STREET. Pnrtti-c-Elli'iibergor nuihting Ware Discovered in Time. About 11 o'clock Saturday m'nht a III" broke out on the top flour of the five story building owned by th; I'ard'C, Slienberger company at lot Stute street and hid it not been discovered as promptly as it v. js, a very serious fire would undoubtedly have resulted. Engineer J. Griffin of No. Ts engine Company saw flames coming out of llu top windows and he called to Driw--Philip Reilly of the same engine house who jave the alarm. The fire started in a closet on the top floor, how is not known as no one was on that floor, which -is the cigar work room, after 3 o'c'oek J-esterchy afternoon. 1 The hose was carried up the five flights and the blaze quickly extin guished. The total damage is about IE0O, most to tobacco, stored on ths floor. It is covered by insurance. PLEASA?fT Social event. Many' Friends of Miss Maud Ethel ' Gordon Enjoy Her Hospitality. Miss Maude Ethel Gordon of Prince ton, N. J., gave a party to a number of her friends at 11B7 Chapel street, on Thursday last week, It was a delight ful affair, the evening being spent in games, music, etc. Toward the hour of midnight a very dainty lunch was served. In the center of the table was a large punch bowl oti Bweet cider. Mr. Denlson and Miss Hoadley served. The party broke up shortly after mid night and ail expressed their appreci ation of so charming a. hostess. Among those present were Misses Bessie Kirk patrlek. Edith Klrkpatrlek. Van Win-, file Bronson, Lyon, Winifred Robblns, Charlotte Strandhngun, Btrr, Morrison, Palmer, Fitch, Hoadley, Meyer, Pierce, Erlekson, Holbrook, Blrdsey, Phelps, Ida Louise1 Gordon. Messrs. Homer R. Denlson, Fulton Ferguson, M. A., W. Perclval Ogden of Waterbury, Harry C. Tork, Ph. D., Rus sell Carter, M. A ' Norman Russell, Irving Russell, Forest Franklin, Louis Armstrong, M. E.. Mr. Iatro of Maine, Harold Phlpps, Howard Phipps, Dr. Smiley, v.u.s. Whose Sayso kBest? With nearly all medicines pfit up for sale through druggists, one has to take the makj ier's say-so alone and exclusively as to their curative value. Of course, such testimony is not that of a disinterested party and ac cordingly is not to be given the same credit as if written from disinterested motives. I Pr. Pierce's medicines, however, form i tingle and therefore striking exception r.'j the above rule. Their ciaim to the confidence of invalids does not rest ole'v tipon their owners' and makers' av-o or. praise. Their ingredients are tnatleti of public knowledge, being printed on each separate bottle-wrap-ter. Thus invalid sufferers are taken (nto Dr. Pierce's full confidence. Scores Cf leading medical men have written enough to fill volumes in praise of the curative value of the several ingredients entering into these well-known med icines. In favor of Dr. Piorce's medicines is the frank, confiding, open, honest state ment of their full composition, giving very ingredient in plain English, with out fear of successful criticism and with confidence that the good sense of the afflicted will, lead them to appreciate this honorable manner of confiding to them what they are taking into their stomachs when making use of these medicines. WHAT THEY CURE. People often risk " What do Dr. Pierce's two leading medicines 'Golden Medical Discovery ' and 'Favorite Prescription' cure?" Briefly, the answer is that "Golden Mpdicnl Piifovery " is a most potent al terative, or bjood-pnrilier, and tonir, or invigorator, and acts especially favor- ablv in a curative wav upon all the mucous lining snrfneps, as of the nasal passages, throat, bronchial tubes, stom ach, ooweis ana Diaaaer curing a large percentage of catarrhal cases whether the disease affects the nasal passages, the throat, larj-nx, bronchia, stomach (as catarrhal dyspepsia), bowels (its mucous diarrhea), bladder, uterus or other pelvic organs. Even in the chronic or ulcerative stages of these affections, it is generally successful in affecting litres. In fact the "Golden Medical Discovery" is without doubt, the most successful constitutional remedy for all forms of catarrhal diseases known to modern medical science. In Chronic Nasal Catarrh Dr. Sage's Catarrh Rem edy fluid should be used for washing and cleansing out the nasal passages while taking the "Discovery" for its blood cleansing and specific, healing effects upon the mucous lining mem branes. This combined local and gen eral treatment will cure ft very large percentage of the worst cases of chronio nasal catarrh, no matter of how many years' standing they may be. i to the "Favorite Inscription," it is mjyiwd for the core of one class of diseatei only Choae weaknesses, de rangeinehta "and Irregularities peculinr to wtmen. It is a powerful, vet gently .acting, invigorating tonic ana nervine. FERSOMAL NOTES. Joseph H. Dunn, former assistant su perintendent of the Berkshire and Naucratuck division of the New Haven road, is now with the New York Cen tral. He i3 in the operating depart ment. ' Mrs. J. J. 0'"eara and dajhter, Miss Helen 0'Mea:ra of Daggett street, .have retrned from an enjoyable vk.it with relatives !n New Jersey and New York. Mrs. Q. A. Lyman of Whalley' avenue U the guest t'Us week of her sister, Mrs. Charles Pclx of Daabury. , Dr. William C. Daggett, who has been ill with typhoid fever, is; now at Atlantic City recuperating. He ex pec'.s to Tteumo his practice Decem ber 1. "Mrs. Carrie R. Spr.lii cf C I. wis. Mo., is the guest of Mrs. ClVafotto Wright of T.v.vnsL'iHl avamte this week. l!r. Wrirht is also entertaining Mrs. Harriet. J. Bod-e of Hartford. M:ft -"Be.-, tivi Nilcs. daughter of At torney and Mrs. v,-""ct .Nile?, of 1U4 Lennox street, will rpond the ThanUr- I giving holidays with her parents in f this city. Nlles is ir. the junior ' clays at Smith college. Mr. r.nd Mrs. Lcwen'.V.il and MIs Ida I..o'.vrr.tbnl of New Tori: city have r turi:r d Jo their home after an enjoy able v; sit In New Haven with Isaac Lovventhal, Yale 'C7. . Mr. and Mrs. Cite' les A. Costolla of 222 Whalley avenue are rejoicing, over the arrival of a son on Thursday, No vember 21. Mrs. Costello was Miss Afiolia Ililiman. Mrs. UlCred Hyr-e.r and Mrs. Leon B. Graham cf Indianapolis, who was forme.-ly Miss Julia Merwin of this city, and who Is here visitiwr her parents, have been spending a few days with Mrs, Carles Trowbridge of Milford. sw rrt of rvr H.vcn. ' ARRIVED. Sch Eaglet Harris, New York. , Sell Alida Willis, Onset, L. I. CLEARED. Seh Clifford N. Carver. , Sell Alabambra, Metcalf. Greenport Seh New Era (B.) Caswell, LIvorpool, N. S. Seh Irene MeCTintoek, N. Y. Seh Bessie and Leila, MePherson, N. T. Seh Resolute Smith, Port Jefferaw- Sell Fred Snow Tate. Providence. wt Seh Lizzie Godfrey, Godfrey. Sch Lizzie E. (B.) Allison, St. John, N.B. NRW IjOIVIIOX MARINE NOTFS. New Iondon, Nov. 24. Arrived: Schooners Cymbeline, (br) from New York; Hnp?li John, (lir.) from New York for Charlottestown; Gladys S. Whiddlu, (br.), Poirrer, from Cambellton for New York; Mary Sanford Smith, from Port Depnix for Providence; Jessie Bnrlow, from Hurricane Island for New York; tdp-s: Aries with five bftrores . from west; Nemasket with three from east. For weak, worn-out, over-worked woni en no matter what has caused th break-down, "Favorite Prescription will be found most effective in building' up the strength, regulating the womanly, functions, subduing pain and bringing about a healthy, strong, vigorous con dition of the whole system. ' Dr. Pierce believes that our American forests abound In most valuable medi cinal roots for the cure of most of our obstinate and most fatal diseases, if wo would properly investigate them; and, in confirmation of this firm conviction, he points with pride to the almost mar velous cures effected by his "Golden Medical Discovery," which has proven itself to be the most efficient stomach tonic, liver invigorator, heart tonic and regulator, and blood cleanser known to medical science. Not less marvelous, in the unparalleled cures it is constantly making of woman's many peculiar affec tions, weakness and distressing derange menta, is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion, as is amply attested by thousands of unsolicited testimonials contributed by grateful patients who have been cured by it ; of leucorrhea, painful periods, irregularities, prolapsus and other displacements, ulceration of uterus and kindred affections, often after tnany other advertised medicines had failed". Both these world-famed medicines are wholly made up from the glyceric extracts of native, medicinal "roots, found in our American forests. The processes employed in their manu facture were original with Dr. Pierce, and they are carried on by skilled chem ists and pharmacists with the aid of apparatus and appliances specially designed and built for this purpose. Loth medicines arc entirely free from alcohol and all other harmful, habit forming drugs. What is said of their power to cure the several diseases for which they are advised may be easily learned by sending your 'name anil address to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., for a little booklet which he has compiled, containing copious extracts from numerous standard medical books, which are consulted as authorities bv physicians of the several schools o"f practice for their guidance in prescrib ing. It is free to all. A postal card request will bring it. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation. Constipation is the cause of many diseases. Cure the cause and you cure the disease. One "Pellet" is a gentle laxative, and two a mild ca thartic. Druggists sell them, and nothing is "just as good." They are the original Little Liver Fills first ptit np by old Dr. Pierce, over 40 years ao. Much imitated, but never equaled. They are tiny sugar-coated granules easy to take as candv. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Going SECURE STATEROOMS EARLY. SWEEZEY '& KeLSEY ' ERAL ; STEAMSHIP ' AMD TOURIST AGENTS GEM :.02 CHURCH STREET CITY NOTICES. FIREPROOF VAULTS TO BE BUILT UN THE CITY HALL, NEW HAVEN, I'OXN. Sea led proposals will be received at the afflee of Jonathan N. Rowe, Con troller. Room 15, City Hall, New Ha ven, Conn,, until 31 a. m. on the second dav of IVcember, 15)7, for additions to the ri-esent vaults In the City Hall, to Kcthcr with certain woi'k in Connection the-cwlth, at which time said proposals will be opened. DrawlnE-s and specifications may be seen at the office of L. W. Robinson, architect, from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. daily.. Tin rltfht is reserved to reject any or nil bids or wrlve any defects in same if It be deemed f jr the interest of the city to do so. Each bid is to be accompanied by a certified check of at least ifvo per cent, of the amount of the bid and drawn to the order of Jonathan N. Rowe,- Con troller, as per section 1B9, New Haven Charter. n23 3t COMMITTEE ON ORDINANCES. The Committee on Ordinances of the Board of Aldermen will hold a public hearing In Room 10-11, City Hall, Mon day, November 25, 1007, at 8 o'clock p. m. for the consideration of the follow ing petition: PAtmnn of Alderman Loos for amend ment of section BO of tho City Ordin ances concerning a change lh the fire limits on Whitney avenue, Bradley street, Orange street, Clark street and fltntft street. All persons Interested in the forego ing are hereby notified to be present and be heard thereon without further iiotlce. Per order EMIL LOOS, Chairman. Attest: A. OSWALD PALLMAN, n22 8t v Assistant City Clerk. COMMITTEE ON SEWERS AND v SQUARES. The "-Committee on Sewers and Squares ofVhe Board of Aldermen will hold a publleyiearlng in Room 14, City Hall, Monday, November 25, 1907, at 8 o'clock p. m. for the consideration or the following petition! Petition or tne wew Haven I'arK com mission rettueUini? that the City Con troller be authorized aod empowered to make and execute a warrantee aeea for the conveyance of wo pie-ces of land adjoining Sherman avenue to Charles K. Oflleld in' exchange for a strip of land of about seven acres adjoining Boaver Pond park. All persons interested in theforepo-lno- am hereby notified to be present and be heard thereon without fiither notice.- V Per order Attest: A. OSWALD PAT.TMAN; n22 8t Assistant City Clerk, NOTICE. The Bureau of Compensation will hold a puWIc hearing In RooVi 10, City Hall, November 25, 1907, at 8 o'clock p. m. on the assessment of benefits and damages due to tne aisconunuing or Bnemeia avenue from Masoy. street to Munson stret. - " , ' BUREAU OF lMf EN8AT1UN, n22 3t B. N. BLATCHLET, Clerk. SURTPRISE ON CBAMPTON.- Friends Celebrate Birthday With Him Saturday. A number of the friends of Game Warden John M. Crampton observed, his fifty-fifth birthday anniversary' last Saturday evening with a, surprise patty at his house. The group consisted en tirely of very close personal friends and a very pleasant evening was spent. Mr. Crampton was presented with a very handsome gift by those present. Among the number were Governor Rol lln S. Woodruff, Dr. Rollln McNeil, Enos Kimberly, Frank C. Bushnell and other prominent citizens. LECTURE OS POSTtT?E. An illustrated lecture on Posture will be delivered to-morrow evening by Dr. Henry Ling Taylor of New York city in the Yale Psychological laboratory. Dr. Taylor Is an eminent orthopaedist and is president of the American Or thopedic association. His lecture is one which should be of general Interest. It is to be held under the auspices of the New. Haven Physical Educit'.on society and is free to all. Purest Spring 5, i.OOO REWARD. . FOR ANY NATURAL SPRING WATER THAT P20VES IT'JILF OF EQUAL PURITY. The company will rry $5,000 reward to the proprietors of any natural spring water, now on the market, who can prove that their water is equal in purity to the Sun-Ray. Analysis required fur nished on application. All reports to be accompanied by affidavits. FURNISHED SPARKLING OR STILL John Gilbert & Son, DISTRIBUTORS, 918 CHAPEL STREET. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Through Tickets sold to all points via .MALLORT AND SAVANNAH -' LINES: White Star-Line NEW Y0RK-QUEENST0WN-LIVERPOGL HnHlc. Wov. 2H. Ariililc, Dec. 10. Ccdrlc, Dc. B. MluHIc, Dee. X7. Celtic, Jan. 0. " i-ltle, IJcc. 13 PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURS-SOUTHAMPIOH Dlajestlc, Nov. 27, 10 a. in.) Deo. 24. Ailjritrilc, Dec. 4, 9 n. m., Jan. 1. Teutonic, Dec. 11, 10 n. iu. Jan. 8. Oceanic, Dec. 17, 4)!I0 p. in., Jan. 15. UNew, 26,000 tons; has elevator, Oym natlnm, Turkish Baths., 'Band. BOSTCH-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL. Fait Trrln Scrcn Hall Steamer of 11.400 to 15.800 tons. . CYMRIC, Dec. 4, 0 a. in.; Jan. 8. j ndeBotokto ITALY and EGYPT Via Aore, Madeira, Gibraltar, Algler Rrpnbllc, Nov. 30, Jan. 25, Mar.7,Apr48 Romanic, Deo. 5, Feb. 1, Mar. 14, Apr.25 Cretle. Dee. 11, Mar. 2S, May 9, June 20 Cnnoplc, Jan. 11. Feb. 22, Apr 4, May 16 CEDRIGo35t..'J-4-Feb-w For plans, etc., apply to Couioaajr' OIHce, 0 Urondwny, N. Y. or S4 Stale SU India Building. Boton, or to SweeM? ft KeUoy. 102 Church atreet, Biihop A vo i urangre itrtat: j. u. rarian Co., X Crange utrect, Nevr Haven, m2C raw! WEST INDIES Tour to Jamaica, Pan a m o, Spanish Main, Trinidad, Bar. badoea, Windward Islands, etc.. 12 to 53 Days SOO to 9240. 20-dny automobile or carriage tonr of Jamaica,, 81 DO or $150. Illustrates booklet on request. Atrato Nov. ?0 I La Plata.. Deo. 28 Trent Dec. 11 Tagus ....Jan. 11 Luxurious Steamers of 6,000 torn. THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PAOKETGO. SANDERSON & SON. 22 State Street FOSTER DEBEVOISE, Flatiron Bldg. FRENCH LINE. Couiuuuaie Uenerulo l'runxntlaullqiie. Direct Line to HAVRE PARIS, Francs. Bailing every THURSDAY, 10 a. m. From Pier 42, North Rivor, . New Tork. La Savoio Nov. 28 La Provence Dee. La Touraino Dec. 13 a Bretagne Deo. in M l.orralne Den. 2S La Provence , ..Jan. 2 i "Twin-screw steamers, ) V Extra Salllnsa. Lk cVscogne Dec. 7, 8 p, m. ApplAto French Line. ID State tit, N. Y. or twroezey & Kelsey, 1DJ Church St, Bishop & Co., 183 Ora-nge St. Parli A Co.. 88 Orange at. ! V. " J Jl J . WnfS ISBEtli VERY ILL. Willis Isbjl, the well known member of Admiral Fte post, G. A. R., who is more familiar 'known to the general public as "Parian Isbell," is seriously ill at his home iAWestville with pneu: rrionla. He is bMngt attended by Dr. Marsh. His condon yesieraay wa encouraging and altWgh his advanced years make th flBh hard one' his recovery Is lodked fo: ted for JNION SfBl SECOND UNION MEEHNfa, The .second of the s.f's of union prayer meetings which aV ht'tJ by tho First Baptist, Englfth Lutheran, Humphrey street CongregVnai and Epworth M. E. churches vtfU be held to-morrow evening at v? :45 V clock at the English Lutheran churcll on Lau rence street. The subject Thanksgiving and Revival MORE LIGHT SAVES NO TROUBLE. n- n o nic t.mp that elvesi 80- .. J1,A linul'S for OWli rtuiiuu ijuyi.i ..... v. - ffT. ' Stove 508. STATE STREET, con Elm. Come nrtd see for yonrsen. rater in the World. 1 Will 'WO 4 1 TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Telephone 3209-4 $ew York foew Haven g fjartford ftailroad, NOVEMBER 25, lOOT, FOR NEW VORK 4:20, 4:45, x6:65, 6:B0. x7:23,- 8:00( 3t8:M, 8:4 5 :so, 'ij.vd, iB:o, a, m., 12:10, 1:22, 1:25, 3:03, 2:28 3:52. H4:82,. 4:85, 5:j3, 8:85 :4B, 7:03, 7:52. fl?;U 9:fi m. Sunday S-M:20, 4:i5, .7;B a. m., iisiM, 'i km,- 'ls, 4:38. 83)3, xf,:l&, 8:4i f:i 9:08. 9:20 u. rri. For WnabtnMon via Harlem RIv- i:uo, p. m., '18:00, night, dally. For Boston via Hurt tor d ana W1HU. mnnllo 10:07, a. m., 'iiOS p. , J For Uostnm Via t London nnot Providence .2:20, 2488, 1:41, "ll:42, a. jn., 12:05 2:48, S:BS. 4:50, '4:63, '116:42, 7:05, p. WiSunSayB.1 2:80, '2-M ! 11:68. ft. ni, lllOftV 2:e6. 4:53, 7:05 p. in. For liristn via gBrtngflcld. til. '11:11, a. m., '1:45. 6:46. p. m. days 1:10 a. m. '1:45, '6:46, p. m. l or Hnrtforil. Sririnnflelil. 4:0), 6:35, 7:46. '10:07, "11 ill. m.. Ax.vv, .i.nj, O.J.V, 1.U,, JLU.W. 6:08 to Hartford), 7:10, x8:10. :B8 p. m." Sundays 1:10. x9:05. xll:45 a. nv 1:45, 5-A6, 7:10, x8:10. x?:ia p. m. For New London, Eje.-A2:2. 2:R5 7:47, 11:13, (to Saybrook), 11:42, a- , m. 12:05, 1(8:42,' 8:05 '116:42. 7:05, 11:30, (to Saybrookl Pi m. Sundays 'SO, 2:65,-8:52, li:6S,' a. m., 13:05, i:55. M:53, 7:0B p. m. v For Mlaaietovru, Wllllmantlc, Etc. 7:rf.B S. "Ji 13:68, 5:38, ' (to Worcester lZO pltmnbui'K). 5:56, p. m. Sundays-.! . .For Shclbiune Falls, Etc. 7:44 a. mi 12:2), (to New Hartford), 4:01, 6:51, (to Westflelfl) p. m. For AVatcrlmr (5:50 (via Naugatuclt Junction), 8:00, 9:32 a m., 12:01, 2:35,. 6:45, 7:40 11:40 p. m. Sundays 8:25, 11:15 a. m., 6:45, 8:50 p.' m.' I For M'insted6:50 (via Naugatuck Junction), 9:32 a. m 12:01.' 2:35, 5:45 7:40, 11:40 p. m. Sundays 8:25 a. 'an. 6:45 p. m. , r frOT. Mttmflrta ond Intermediate Potnia 5:55 (via Bridgeport), 9:32 a. m. 8:53 (via, Brldfraport.) 4:05 p. m. Sundays 7:65 (via Bridgeport) a. m. For Lltoliflfld 9:82, a. m 4:06 p. m. i:u ounuays coo (via Bridgeport) a. m. Express trains. xLocal express. llParlor car limited. W. . BIEHD. p. f", COLBY, .fien. 8npt.. , Annt. Gen. Pass. Aet. UP 1ST1 CLASS ACCORDING TO STEAMER AND DESTIN ATION , . By most modern and luxurious levia thans. t i " - 1 'Z Ml' . 8: ! 6. l:oBJ LOIiaOn I K?,serln (new). Nov. 285 r) I Patrlolaj Nov. sotf PariS Bluecher ..... ..Dec. 7 ml,, I Amerlka (new). Dee. 12l HambUrfl I HWaldersee ....Dec it Sails to Hamburg direct. Gibraltar Naples Genoa Moltke, No. 28. Ja. SDf P. Linceln (new) Deo. 5 Hamburg, Ja. 4, Fe. 15 Batavia, Ja. 14. Mar. 4 Special trip by S. St Alexandria HamDorg, Jan. auw via Gibraltar and Italv. I-CD. ID. Vest Indies & Orient Bpecia.1 orulsos by superb steamers lasting from 16-7B days. Cost from 75. 8o ahd Up. . I . ,.fiUPRS NILE SERVICE. By Next, Steamers. , I Tourist dopnrtment fr general inf: formation. Travelers' checks good all ove tho -W-orld. 1 Company's offlce.. 83-37 Brcadway, Kt T. Sweessey & Kelsey, 102 Church St M. Zunder & Son, 249 State streetl J. is Parish & Co., 86 Orange street; Blshof & Co.,' 188 Orange street; H. BussmaJ 71 Orange street. .. AMEBIC All LINE Plymouth Caerboarn loatbaraotof Prom Nsw Tork Saturdays at iM L trt New York,Nov.S9. I Phlja, pea. J. St Louis. Dee. '7. e. 81. RED STAB XINB New York Antwerp Paris. Merlon. Deri. 4. Kroonland, Deo. 2f Vaderland, Dec. 11 I Zeeland, Jan. 1. iVler. 14 and 10.. N. R.. N. Y. Clt Bsh0P'4 Oo., 135 Oranga St.! M, Zuif daV & Roha. 849 State St.! J. H. ParJrt & ro.. S6 Oranire St.; Swaeiay & K ey.l02 Church 6t., New Bavan. eofl Hew Haven Lin;! ta.. k". rnnsEW yqbk. thu I dpawiy runsocTH akb west B JiglXMK FARES HEDUC1SB. STEA5HKK RICHARD PECK. From Nevv Haven, Leave Belle Do. daily, except Mondays 1:30 a. m.. i From Nerr Vork Leave pier 20, Eer River, foot Peck Slip, 8:00 p. m. dat: except Sundfiys. Time between N Haven and rVew York about five hou Tickets an d. stateroom at Blnhoa Co.'s, 185 Oi-apa-e street, also at Bot Dock and o?i Steamer. t GEO. C. PtACR, Agent, New Have F. C. COLW- Y. Oeo. Pasa. Aet.. N. YJ StarlnVi !.Y.&N.H.L!a PASSEXfilil' ANO FKiMiHT StiBVli Leaves tiet Haven 9;p0 p. in., BtfttJ Vit, foot of Brown Btreet Leav; New York ':0 J- Cortland Str Pier Na IS. J5. R. Fsrt 'o, exoursij fiXtli sk Room. SI. i'ak Chi 3i litrit tuy IN I