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NEW: HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND . COURIER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1907.
. A Case oi The Lion's Share. We don't want to out-crowd others; but if, by giving better qual ifies, better service and asking lower prices, we are going to have the V Jon's share oi the holiday business In our line. why. we 11 take tt ana think wc are entitled to it, too. It is only by overwhelming all com jf petition in tills way that we cau expect to lead, and we arc deter- mined to give the public the benc0t of our superior business methods. ! ESTATE GF il. F. TYLER AMOUNTS TO 1301010 J MEIGS & CO MEIGS & CO. mas nx . KNOX IIATS, NECKWEAR, UNDERWEAR, (iNCORPORATtJ) f-PP. THE TOWN PUMP t t FOWXES GLOVES, CANES. UMBRELLAS, HANDKERCHIEFS. Judge Noyes to Make His First Appearance Here Next Monday. 1 : : , r : i ' Stoddard's Panetelas. A new shipment Just arrived something new. 5 Cents Each, 6 (or 25 Cents $2.25 a Box. Fifty in a Box. The L L Stoddard Tobacco Co, 940 Chapel Street . . . . ............ - - " --- '"" -'""' E.x S. WHEELER ESTATE iirnes Fined for Trespassing on the Campus- City Court News. Plumbing, Heating nd Sheet Metal efective Plumbing Overhauled and Put in Perfect Sani tary Condition. bobbing Promptly Attended to. Call and Inspect Our fcnow- .. ; . Booms. 7" A Coe& Coleman 070 Chapel Street. 'Phone 3408. LINER'S SHAFT IS BROS BIG GREYHOUND CRIPPLED JKroonlaM, of Red Star Line, Steams for Liverpool at Slow Kate. Scilly islands, shaft broken and pro ceeding to Liverpool., No explanation of the accident was given. At the time the message was sent, the Kroonland - was 260 miles from Liverpool, and at the local office of the Red Star Company it was thought she would make the port to night or early to-morrow morning. She carried 45 first and 225 second cabin passengers and 650 steerage, who will be transferred to the White Star liner Majestic, sailing from LIv ; erpool on Wednesday; j , Captain Hans Doxrud, who com mands the Kroonland, is one of the best known and most experienced captains in the service of the Red Star line. He holds many medals for res cues at sea. Recently he was knighted by King Oscar, and decorated with the Order of St. Olaf of the Third class, for the rescue of a crew of Scandina vian sailors at sea. Officials of the Red Star line said this morning that they had every confidence that Captain Doxrud would take the Kroonland safely into Liverpool. . i WIRELESS TELEPHONE USEFUL; Judge Noyes oi New London, newly-appointed judge of the United States District court, will officiate on the bench in the Federal building in this city next Mondayfor the first time since his appointment. Judge Noyes will hear the demurrer in the case of Loose & Baird against the Pulp Plaster corporation of Hartford. - Visit the Largest, Lightest and Handsomest Store in New Haven. "This Year Useful Holiday, Gifts." The Pleasure of Holiday Shopping. It can be made a pleasure, if one makes selections early in the month and early in the day. Not only docs this Insure larger assortments to choose from but decidedly better attention than it is possible to receive in the rush and bustle of "the iast minute." At this season, more than all others, does the helpfulness of our store assert Itself. Essentially a specialty shop, one finds delight here in the ease wiih which anv wanted article may be located. Everything is accessible the i gotHx light roomy space intelligent service and a delivery service that is a model one. Purchases made now will bs held and delivered faithfully at the desired moment. v SOME SUGGESTIONS: ' M4-H-W'M- "M f , ' Morris F. Tyler's Estate. The will of the late Morris F. Tyler, president of the Southern New Eng land Telephone company, was admitted to probate before Judge Studley in the probate court yesterday. By it his En tire estate, except some small personal gifts td his' sons, is left to the widow, Mrs. Delia T. A. Tyler, in rust for her lifetime. At her death it is to revert to the four sons, Victor M., Ernest, Leonard and Audubon Tyler, to be ap portioned according to law. The will was drawn on August T, 1901, by Mr. Tyler himself and in It he named his son Victor and the New Haven Trust company as executors. In the court these nominations were ap proved. James T. Moran and Frank D. Trowbridge of the National New Haven bank were then named as ap praisers. The estate is estimated at about $300,000. New York, Dec. 9-t-A wireless mes age from the Red fftar liner Kroon and, picked up by the Kronprinz Wil- hclm, and forwarded y , cable from Plymouth,' vwhen -. the German boat Socked 'there' this lAorainft-aotMedsth local office of the Red Star . line that ;the Kroonland had broken one of her two propeller shafts on Saturday, fwhen 443 miles out of Antwerp, and that she was proceeding to Liverpool with one propeller working, xne mes fcape read: . Kroonland reports, six miles irom Destroyers Leaving Norfolk Exchange ';' Signals at Thirteen Miles. ,( ; Washington, Dec. 9.6n the way out of Norfolk on the cruise: to the Paclflo an opportunity was givan to the ves sels of the torpedo boat destroyer flo tilla to demonstrate tne usefulness oi the wireless telephone, with which they btb eoiiinoed. Messaires subsequently verified were exchanged for a distance of more than thirteen mues. All of the sixteen Damesnios atioui to sail will have wireless telephones.; YALE EXAMS. START. Period of Dismal Gloom Strikes Cam pns for Week's Duration. The examination in -the academlo department of Tale commenced yes terday morning at' 8:-45 1 b'clo-ck and will continue through a week from to-morrow. .. The mud which covered thfi campus yesterday was not nearly so dark as the f orebodings of the students, ea peclally the 1911 men, , , ; The Chamberlain Co. on Entire Stock of Furniture Until Xmas. out- col- - SCI entists years ago thought they had found out what there was to be learned about light when, by means of a prism, they separated its rays into the various colors of the spectrum, but now they have found that beyond cSrio these r.nlors there are agencies invisible orless but of tremendous power and action, the best known of which is the X-Ray. Just let a stray GLEAM OF LIGHT hit the prism V Christmas shopping and you will find re flected in clear colors such ideas as these - BUY FURNITUEE FOR CHRISTMAS at Chamberlain's, 20 per cent. Discount from their rc"!arly lov prices ! And a chance to select from the largest line of the finest Furniture in the city. Twenty per cent, discount means vthat onfi-fifth of the price of the article remains in your pocket and the 2 0 per cent, discount covers our entire immense stock from cellar to attic, with exception only of Globe-Wernicke "Elastic" Bookcases, "Ostermoor" Mattresses and Office Furniture, the retail price of which is always the 'same and fixed by the manufacturers. Remember, OUR PRICES will save you one-fifth. Goods selected now will be laid aside and delivered free when ever and wherever you wish. Our six floors of hand some goods represent the primary colors of fine furni ture, and when we offer stocks of this sort with one -fifth off the' price given to you it calls for action, for. the goods are made living and irresistible by their positive worth to you. , Ths Q Crown and Orange Street "Corner." The E. S. Wheeler Estate. The E. S. Wheeler Co. bankruptcy case had another hearing -before Ref eree Newton yesterday. Ezekiel Q. Stoddard, president of the New Haven County-bank, was examined In regard to the allegation that Mr. Wheeler had been paying up debts incurred in a pre- vious failure by giving a two per cent. bonus on all paper negotiated by him at the bank. But little was learned from the presi dent because he declined to answer questions on the advice of his counsel. flAUKPER'SCANJATA HEARD WELL GIVEN LAST EVENING Non-Support Case. Antonio Miliano was up for non-sup port before Judge Mathewson in the ritv court vesterdav. and much of the evidence was unfit for publication, The accused lived with his wife at 238 Wallace street up to three momns ago, when a "star" boarder Is charged with appearing on the scene and the hus band, wife and seven children broke up housekeeping. , . The ludore Wave a nisi continuance to April 28, with the understanding that the husband should pay his wife U & week. ; Cairnce Fined $10 and Costs. James Calrnes was in the City court oil charges of trespass and begging on the Yale campus. He pleaded guilt? in th first count but not guilty to begging. , ' Calrnes admitted that he was on the oampue Friday, but said he did not eo near the place Saturday. Judg ment was suspended on the charge ot heeelne. but for tre8paging Judge Mathewson Imposed a fl.ne of $10 and costs. Saloonkeeper Has Case Continued, John "Wells, who is charged with vio lation of the Sunday liquor law at his saloon, 20 Farren avenue, Fair Haven Ltnnex. on November 17, got a oontmu ance to December 14. The arrest was made by Policeman George A. Cook, on a warrant. HAMBERLAIN n r City Court Notes. The following cases were before .TmlTO Mathewson in the city court yes terday: Ruben Sohimkln, charged with deal insr in 1unk without a license. Case continued to December 12. Thomas Nugent and Joseph 3. Peters, held on charge of idleness, Judgment suspended. Manuel Jessie, charged with carry- iFg concealed weapons; nisi continu ance to February 6. Joseph St. Peter and Thomas R Nu gent, two 'Rhode Island young men arrested a few days ago as suspected show-case robbers wye discharged, the evidence against them being decidedly weak. John Lear, of Fair Haven, was sen tenced to a fine of J10 and costs on a charge of breach of the peace. Bernard Clarkson, aged 15; Kellbert Pettlt. aged IS, and James O'Connor, aged 14, indulged In snowballing them selves as well as passersby at the up per part of State street, near Ferry, Sunday, and after pleading guilty and telling their story in 'the city court each was fined $1 without cests by Judge Mathewson. Frank Morello, an Italian, is accused of assaulting and robbing Josepr Le vine of Milford. His case will come up this morning. BOARD OF HEALOT TO-DAY. Officer Wright's Report Presented. Will he Open Sat. Eves. Globe-Wernicke "Elastic" Bookcases, The original raid best scctionnl cases. CRAFTSMAN FCKXITURE, the Best in Mission. At the regular session of the board M health which will be held this after noon Health Officer Wright will pre sent his health report for the city for the past month. The report is fxpect ed to show that there has been a de crease in the amount of contagious dls eases here the past month, diphtheria .being the most prevalent disease that tvtie. This carried away tw persons. Heart disease was the most fatal trouble last month. It claimed twenty four deaths. Pneumonia and consump tion each Imd twenty-one and were next on the list. So far as consump tion is concerned this is a good show ing as that dread disease has been leading the list for some time and is now showing a. decrease. TheTe were three less deaths in the city last month House Coats, Bath Robes," Neckwear, Hosiery, . Gloves, Suit Cases, Sweaters, Apparel for Boys. Suits, Overcoats, V Fur Coats, Slippers, Shoes, Umbrellas, Canes. Leggins for Boys and Girls. 849-6S3 CHAPEL ST. The entire Surplus Stock. of "J. M. Cohn," 1M Greene St., New York, the Largest Manufacturers of Fine Waists in America, Annual Waist Sale Our Annual Sale of Holiday Waists, consisting of Silks, Woolens in Plaids and Stripes, Fine Laces and Lingerie Linens, Nets, etc All fresh and crisp. Just received from the factory. Only small lots and in a great many cases only one or two of each style. ' TABLE I. Odd lot of French Flannel Waists, in fancy Plaids. . Some White Embroidered Lingeries and odd Silk Waists. Only a few of each. Soma regularly up to $5.50. . $1.05 - Special Sale of Men's $16.50 and $18.00 Suits at $14.50. INCORPORATED THE BIG STORE. 60 STEPS FnOM CHAPEI. STB KMT 1 TO 05 CHURCH STREET. ft . ft lV li First Methodist Church People Hear "A Song of Thanks giving" by Chorus. .---.--.r. ..... , J. H. Maunder's "A Song'of Thanks giving," one of the best cantatas from the pen of the great English composer, was rendered at the First Methodist churoh, corner of Elm and . College streets, last evening, by a picked oho- tus of thirty voices. Those In charge of the evening's entertainment had ev ery reason for self-congratulation, for it was, in every way, a success. The singing was strong and true and well- rounded. The chorus went at its work with a will and the result repaid their efforts,. ,' ' . " : Maunder Is considered .,py many as the greatest ; living English composer of music, the logical successor of Steln- ert. The piece sung last evening, ' "A Song of Thanksgiving," -Is particular- commendable one in that it presents excellent .chorus passages'! along with Its solos, which are extrejnely beauti ful. ISome of the latter, which were well tendered last evening, are the tenor and soprano duet, .."The Eyes of All Wait Upon Thee," . sung In the first part of the cantata1,, the soprane Solo, "When O'er, the Trees of Eden," In the seeond part; , the , tenor solo, Thus Salth the Lord," In the: third part; and the duet for soprano and tenor,, "The Blushing Fruits Apppar at His Command," in the fourth section of the cantata. Last evening the soloists were as fol lows: Soprano, Miss Carpenter; con tralto, Miss Johnstone; basso, Edward Deidrlckson, and tenor, Francis Hutch ins. The organist was Miss Ruth Sands. Between the parts of the can tata Edward Wlttsteln played the vio lin. .. , t ADDRESSED BUFFALO YALE MEN Charles Ropklns Clark, editor of the Hartford Courant, the Rev. Joseph Twitchell of Hartford and James R. Sheffield of New York, were the speak ers froth abroad at the annual dance of the Yale Alumni J association of Buffalo, Saturday evening. William E. Foster, editor of the Buffalo Commer cial, a native of New Haven, presided as president of the association and toastmaster. . Mrs. D. Klmberly .Tuttle, of Willow street, has been entertaining Mm. J. IJ. Lord, of Newark,' N. J.j Miss Eliza beth Hart, daughter of the late Rev. H. E. Hart,' of Hartford, and Mis Mabel Meachem, of Bloomfleld, N. J. During the holiday weeks Mrs. Tuttle will have as guests the Misses Grace and Irene Nettleton, of Hartford. ','. Congressman and Mrs. E. J. Hill and William F. Bishop, of Norwalk, arrived home Sunday night from their extended European trip. Congress man Hill will leave to-day for Wash ington, Mr. Hill made a thorough study of the manner In which the Suez canal Is constructed while at Suez, and It is expected his knowledge on trie subject will count for much in the discussion of Panama canal affairs In congress. - . . There will be a turkey supper and apron sale at the First M. E. church to-morrow evening.'' The supper will be served from 6 to' 8 o'clock. ,... i This afternoon at 3 o'clock the De cember meeting of the New Haven branch of the Woman's board of mis sions will be held in Center church chapel. Mrs. Cogswell, of Stratford, will give an account of the meeting of the woman's board held In Worcester, Mass., recently. Mrs. B. (. Tewks bury, of Tung-cho, North Chlnv will give an Interesting talk on "The Point of View," and It Is hoped that there will be a good attendance at the meet ing. The Ladies' guild of St. John's P. E. church, of which Mrs. Smith Weed Is president will hold Its annual Christ mas sale In the guild rooms, corner of Orange and Humphrey streets, to morrow afternoon from 2 to 5 o'olook. There will be tables of fancy and use ful articles and home-made cakes and candles. Tea will also be served. Clear the voice. Alky the irritation caused by cough ing. Uas when required. - ca em for UG 22.50. $30 Our standard grade - , SMYRNA RUGS 9x12 feet, to reduce stock, at $22.50 each. 2:-Minn i' thp paniG month last rear. "Oriental Rugs1 for Holiday Gifts. Our values and qualities are right. Prices very low. An unusually large showing of the finer grades . of Irans and Cabristans, $25.00 to $60.00. Connecticut's Largest Carpet, Rug and Drapery Store. Window Shade Co. 75-81 ORANGE STREET. Open Saturday Evenings. Foot of Center Street. TABLE LH. Lace Waists of Cluny and Net, all made over Silks, fresh and new, all sizes. Only 35 In this lot. Values up to $10, on sale FINE WAISTS. $1.95 TABLE n. Black and colored Silk Waists, plain tucked and hem- 1 stitched, a few lace trimmed. None on the table worth less than $5,00; some as high as . $8.50, on sale - $3.05 TABLE TV. Lace and Net Waists, togefh er with a few Chiffon,- etc. Models and samples all made over silk linings. Not one in the lot worth lees than $10. 'Some as high as $15., on sale $8.95 , In connection witln this sale we will offer about sixty Bne Waists T of Lace, Chiffon, Nets, etc. All imported as models and valued at 4. $25 to $40, on sale . .$12.75 I 44.HM4.4.4.ltf'M'4"M FRIEND E, BROOKS CHAPEL' feMfefe-.-STEEET Up Or Fl&ght. I emphasize my address and the fact ot being one flight of stairs up be cause to-day I am the only "Brooks" actively engaged in this city in the fur business. My reputation for competent, careful fur work, for reliable, satis factory fur garments, is an asset I prize, a prindple I will always strife to preserve. . Get them at Washburn & Co.'s nnd you'll get satisfaction in very way quullty, style and price. Our reputation for years of carrying the best line of fine leather goods is evidenced again this yea with the largest and best stock in this city. If undecided what ' to give for a Christmas gift, yoit make no mistake in choosing this line. Genuine leather goods are always acceptable, always permissable and If bought at Washburn's always satisfactory. You can have no adequate idea of the ex tent and beauty of our stock till you come and see it. We give just a few articles. Ladies' , Hand Bags, , Pocketbooks, . Bill Books, Letter Books, Purses, Desk Sets, Memorandum- Books, Calendars, Wrist Watches, Cigar Cases, ; Pocket Flasks, " Photo Frames, Jewel Boxes, Drinjdng Cups, Dressing Cases, G. and H. Cases, . Collar Boxes, Manicure Cases, Traveling Clocks, Brush Sets, . Scissor Cases, Medicine Cases. -' t - . ' L L. Was 84 Church St. hbiffii 6 Co. 61 Center St. What Others Say: Your work is very satisfactory. Best workmen we have ever had in the house. : It is a pleasure to pay this bill it is most satisfactory. M ERR ELS, CROSS & BEARDSLEY, CONTRACTING DECORATORS. Telephone 839. - 90-92 ORANGE STREET. I Decorating New Houses. We make a specialty of " decorating) " Xi. e., tb' tinting,-artistic wall-hangings, paneling, color aohemei, etc., of new houses. ; , We offer suggestions. We giva the work our per sonal supervision. We guarantee latisfaction. SVION ROE -BROS 353 Crown Street. Telephone 2761. y i " ; ' ' r I