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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1907.
b Li X Shop in the Morning. 11 teraopp Gifts For Everybody There are gifts here for everybody and at prices to suit either V thft lona or Slender nurse. Stocks ar full tn nvfir'fl Vv - - " w w w v m u a 'W w m v v W -w V A I VJ V V V ft ft both foreign and domestic novelties as well as gift things of a practical, useful, wearable nature the kind of Xmas gifts that are more highly appreciated by the recipient. , - Remember, Monson's is The Quality Shop and gifts bought here have a double value coming as they do from establishment that has been known for nearly fifty years for high grade goods. From the Art Dept. Suggestions For Presents. A Waste Basket. - - 50c and up Utility Box, - - 2 30 " Sofa Pillow. - 98o " " Sewing Stand, - - 2. 23 ' Small Tables, - 75c " " Foot Rests. - 2.30 " " Tabourettes. - - - 8?o " Pin Cushions. ... 25c " Lace Centerpieces, w - 1.00 " Hand-Painted Picture Frames. - - - - 79c " Embroidered Towels, - 3.00 " " Embrold. centerpieces. 5.00 ' " Embrold. Bureau Scarfs, - 6.00 " " Cpllar and Cuff Boxes, - 1. 00 ' Clocks. 30 Hour. - - 2 00 " " Cluny Lace Dollies 25c " Italian Kugs. - - 1.25 " Plctores. - - - 23c " " Sets of Japanese Gongs, - .1.00." " Bags of Cretonne, - - 89c "." Bags of Silk. ' - - - 1.00 " " Couctt Covers. " - 2.00 " " Table Covers. - - 1.00 " " Japarese Cabinets, - 50c " " Shoe Boxes, ' ' 2.50 " furs: Most 'Acceptable Gifts Good reliable Furs, that we w - stapd back of in every way, right in quality, style and price. , . Mink, Black Lynx, Squir rel, Caracul, Russian Pony. Real Beaver, Japanese, Mink, Blue Lynx, Blended Squirrel, Sable Marten, Sa ble Racoon-, White Fox, Per sian Lamb, Muffs, Collars and Scarfs Misses' and Children's Furs. Women's Neckwear For Xmas Gifts. Three Turn Over Collars In a box. Mexl v can drawn work and hemstitched, 50c. Coat Sets, of batiste and lace, linen and lace, all Iac8 and embroidered linen, 50c, 98c, 1.50. up to 3.50. Bows In gift boxes, in new designs and color combinations, 25c and 50c. French .Jabots, one of the season's fa vorite neckpieces, neatly boxed, 50c, 75o, and up to 2.50. Silk Scarfs. In liberty silk, China silk and crepe de chine, hemstitched, in plain and fancy effects, 1.00, 2.00, 2.30, up to 6.50 , Neck Ruffs, In liberty silk; with pleated liberty silk ends, also velvet ribbon ends, al; 1.50, 2.00, 2.50 and upwards. Toilet and Manicuring Sets The assortment contains sets suit able for men. women and children at prices ranging from l.00, 1.25, 1.50 up to 13.50. Here are a few suggestions: When in Doubt Military Set, consisting; of a pair Of 13-row rounded back military brushes, with extra stiff penetrating; white bristle. Mounted with large sterling; stiver ornaments, in a satin lined box with hlnjed lid. Prices $4 SO to $7.50. CHwl man's Traveling Case, con taintn... a, pair of 11-row all brittle tnilk.y brushes of good quality, j with concave back, in a genuine seal case. Prices f 3 00 to $7 50. ' I-pieoe Misses' Set,, copsisting of a I-row bristle hair brush and comb. Mounted with bright sterling, silver mounts of neat design, in a neat box. Price $1.2S and upwards. A 3-plece Toljet Bet, consisting of a 4J inch ring handle mirror, with French bevel plate glass, an lf-row pure white bristle hair brush and a 75 Inch comb of best quality. Con tained In satln-lln boxes with hinged covers. Prices f 1.50 to f 7.50. : Combination Sets, consisting of ring handled mirror, with Frsnoh plate glass, pure white brlstla hair brush, high grade comb, a piir of Lmanicure scissors, host quality nail file, cuticle, com knife, tweezers and orange stick. Contained in satin lined display box with hinged cover. Prices $1.50 to $13.50. Give Handkerchiefs t In doubt as to what to give, we would suggest handkerchiefs. No per can have too many handkerchiefs, and a gift of them Is always acceptable. We have a splendid assortment to select from, and no better qualities can bo had at the prices we ask. They are either all linen or all cotton adultera tions of cotton and linen not allowed here. Handkerchiefs from "Monson" are always acceptable and apprecia ted for it Is known as the quality shop In handkerchiefs. Embroidered Horntltchsd Hand kerchiefs, 12J. lGtf, 25f, and up to $3.00. , Pure Ijncn Handkerchiefs, 1, J and J inch hems, all. pur flax, prices 12 , 10, 35. 38, 50 and 75?. I r Plain . Hemstitched . Linen Hand kerchiefs, all pure flax, 4 in a leath erette bos, a good, useful and ac ceptable gift, $1.00 a box. Vnlaundered Linen Initftl Hand kerchiefs, .convent' work, pure linen and fine embroidery, 25. Ire(lssifijsoi?(9- CITY ITEMS. of the Tribune Sunshine society of Clinton. C'ns to CarynaJ R. Bouton or the Firss SNatlonal tank. The date of the -wed--ding has not been announced, "ut it (will take place some time in January. , Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Galligan, of Iiavenport avenue, have returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Gilligan In Taunton, Mass. ' ! jh Junior auxiliary of Christ ... George R. Elakeman,- formerly pro- church. WejBt Haven, meets every vSat- ! ! "J- uioiaauuinuuujr, XUJ1.U6- uruity tticemoon with Mrs Carlton at ton, came to ' Torrlngton, Wednesday, 71 Martin street. Any youne elrl w'ish S 1 n viH .-Mb Uttln vlrl who la itamln. ti I. . . ' " " " . 4..b w cmu oewuig io eip nttie chil- Vith a family on South Main street iren In SisUnt places and in foreign there, has returned to New Haven, lands, and at the same time to enjoy .Mrs. Blakeman expects soon to leave a pleasant afternoon are welcome. Ihoen a. -patient and return to the E-lm 'city. 1 1 Annawan lodge 'No. 115, A. F. & A. t 1 jM., of "West Haven, has elected the fol- lowing officers for the ensuing year: J W. M., Edwin P. Thomas; S. W., Harry j ,U. Dean; J. D., John J. Snavely, treas- -jTi'er; P. M., "William A. iRussell, secre ! tary; P. M., John "Wilkinson, Tyler; P. I j jui., nenry i nomas, irusiee tor tnree " ears; P. M Cyfus "W. Tuttle. to old "Why should you waste your, life In worry over what's to conie ? Read this paragraph, which originally 'appeared In a Georgia exchange: "Thank the Lord, the old man got run over by a railroad train and lost one leg" which brought us enough in damages to paint the house and buy a planner!" Atlanta Constitution. brellas, canes, suspendtjs, hosiery, cuff links, scarf pins, mufflers, gloves, handkerchiefs, . sweaters, raincoats, soft .and stiff hats, opera and silk hats, shoes and slippers. The firm packs each purchase In a neat white holiday box ready for de livery to the recipient, and does all required engraving on silver articles, entirely free, simply for the asking. LAMBERT OFFERS SUGGlSSnONS. The great problem of Christmas buying is what to buy for "him" It is more difficult to select a suitable and desirable gift for a man than any orW member of the family. . At Christmas time the solving of this problem is one to which Lambert, S54 Chapel street, gives no llttlo thought, no little pre-preparatjon. It is generally admitted that the name "Lambert" on a Christinas irift ' ' implies judicious and worthy selection. I t -Mrs. J. Frank Parker, of Clinton, is . Among some'sugsjestions offered are j , '.siting Mrs. J. C. Grey, of York bath robes, smoking jackets, toilet .itft. Mrs. Parker is the president Bets, collar boxes, dress suit cases, um- W"JhnrlAV Sf7,:r Vine rotnrnorl with his grandfather, who resides on 4 !, he Essex road. His father, Albert "''lfier, formerly of Old Saybrook, is now ; in Port.fi Rico, where he is pmnlnvpfl hu he American Bridge company. He ex- i I pects to be there at least four months A MAM'S XMAS is made happier with lots of good segars. If every friend sent lilm a box of se gars good om;s--hc would use them in the course of tlnic and feol grateful j to the giver every time he enjoyed their fragrance. Send him a box of good scgars. Wo can help you select them, and If it should chance they Ere not to his taste he can exchange them within 10 days after Christmas. WE HAVE SENT To our oustorners at th request of the Consumers' League their appeal to the public sPoia.l!y requesting that Christ mas Bhopping be done before the 15t.li Inst. This, of couae, drves not apply to the roads we sell. We realize thst :ly on the two days preceding Christmas I tiy, nd that wa will not be able to !do all tha.t is offered us, but those cu- lomers wno can anticipate tneir wants and give us their order in tlm will get the best service it U possible to give them. J. B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. fszffjuiswm Watison'i Ccrntr, BEFORE AND AFTER CHRISTMAS Vacuum Cleaner IS IN DEMAND. I Rooms spotlessly elcHn for festivi ties and spotlessly cleaned when done. The Vacuum Cleaner does this quickly, thoroughly, economically. Xo disturb ance to furniture or furnishings the sanitary system. "". ELE?IIQN3 2700. To Slr'. Casual Gift-Maker. Don't let the though of what you are to send away for Christmas bothfr yc. put the detail and responsibility upon our shoulders.' Our List of Christmas Boxes of fiood things Is now ready for you to look ov.r. They cost 1.00( $2.00, $3,00, $5.00 and up to f 10.00 You can order to suit your pocket book and have the satisfaction of knowing that your gift will be practical, substantial, sensible and acceptable all In one. Printed List d;scribing in full our Christmas Boies for 1907, now ready. 3S Sfr- ENTERTAINMENTS. ENTERTAIN MERITS.- HYPERION THEATRE THIS EVEXtVG "THE FEANCES STARS E THIS EVEXTXG ROSE OF THE RANCHO." ITT A TIXRffT vyiiiiiiic lie Monday, December 16. PACilAfffl V'v . I u. THE WORLD'S GREATEST PIANIST. DIRECTION ARNOLD SOMtf BALDWIN1 TIASO USED. PRICES $1.50, $1.00, 7Sc and 50c. SEATS NOW SELLING. - Tuesday, December 17. , WAGEXnAIiS AND KEMPER PRESENT BLANCHE WAISH f "HIE KREUTZER SONATA." PRICES $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50b and 25c. SEATS NOV SELLING. ' CARRIAGES AT 11. -Sperry & Barnes Deerfoot and A Few of the Practical and Substantial Gifts. Hams and Bacons Comprising Fer ris, Sperry & Barnes, Deerfoot and Beohnut Brands; also Old Virginia. Bacon aliced or in the piece, FIqw Both ibread and pastry. Our own 'brand, made from Spring Wheat, and all others. Oc-eicbUi sacka,'. one-half barrel and barrel, wood Lard' Merwin brands 3 pound, 5 pound, , 'and 10 pound palls. Sugar Granulated, Powdered, Cube cut, Domino cut. Extra O and Brown.' All Havemeyer and Elder brand. Tea India and Ceylon. All grades and brands. English Breakfast, Formosa, Oolong, Japan and Young Hyson, Bungaloe, Ceylon 35o per pound. Coffej Plantation and Oriental Java Mocha, , Maracai'bo, Santos and Blends, from 25c to 40c per pound. SPECIAL PRICES IN QUANTITIES. fHE BIJOU THEATRE Church St, rw rs.n : ts . . t to. ti. ran. . jrrop.j 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 NESBIT S. THEO. KEILER rUXERAI. tjnVROTOR AMD BMBAUHHH. tm HtHte Street. BRA.VCn OFFICE I 4S0 CanobeU Arcane West Bavnu WEEK BEGINNING DECEMBER 16. The Bijou Theater Stock Company ' IN . . ' ! , "TURNED UP " A FARCE COMEDY SCREAM. , Matinees Tuesday, Thursdays Friday Saturday. Popular Prices. :::'r'..; 1 ;;;;i--vv,XMAS-.WEEK,v''"vC. ; A Grand Scenic Revival of ' s BLUE JEANS. . Order book now open for Xmas day. ( TELEPHONE 5012. . B. BBjfint, Hannser. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, Dneember. 12. 13, H, , , . Matinee Saturday. '." ' '. 1 The Beautiful Play, "DOHA THOBSB." By Lew B. Parker With an Important Cast and Special Scenery. . . ' Regular Popular Prices. MONDAY, TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY. , December 16, IT. 18., JHntinee Wedneadny. " Jack Lambert Presjntg Hal Rail's Western Melodrama, Introdnclnfl; AJbert Brighton nd n REGULAR POPULAR PRICES. I desk e to announce to my friends and the public generally, that pending a readjustment of ray affairs, calls intended for mc may be sent to Messrs, Lewis & Majcock, No. 1112 Chapel Street. All work will receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 675 ROBT. He BUR WELL, Undertaker DEATHS. ROWLAND In vNew York city, De cember 13, 1907, after a protracted illness, T&omas Fitch Rowland, son of the lata George Rowland, Esq., of New Haven, Conn., in the 77th year of his age. Burial . In Evergreen cemetery, New Haven, Conn., Monday, December IS, on arrival of train from New York, due at New Haven at 1:40 'p. m. GUERTN In Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 9, 1997, Dr. Harold C Guerln. Funeral will take place from the res idence of his sister, Mrs. L. Schlei cher, 144 St. John street, Monday morning at 8:30. and from a requiem high masa at St. Louis church at 9 o'clock. , dl4 It DUNCAN In this city, December J2, 1907, James Duncan, in the 71st year of his age. Funeral services will be held at hla late realdense, No. 699 Congress ave nue, on Saturday morning at half rast eight o'clock, and at St. John's R. C. church at nine o'clock. dl4 It MARTIN In this city, December 13, 1907. (very suddenly), Sophia A., wid ow, of tho late Richard Martin. Aged 75 years. Funeral isorvices will be held at her late residence, No. 15$ Lombard street, Sunday, December 15, at 2:80 o'clock. Relatives and friends invit ed. V dl4 It CANDEE-r-In this city, December 11, 1907, Oeorge Edward Candce, in the 70th year of his age. Funeral services will be held at No. 67 Whitney avenue, on Friday after noon at half-past 2 o'clock. Friends are invited to attend. d!2 3t Cut Flowers and Flowering Plants. Mm N.. Champion Co. 10i6 CHAPEL Bijou Theator. SYLVESTER T. POM, Proprietor. '! WEEK OF DECEMBER . Bijou Theater Stock Company "BUSS HOBBS.' Poll's Popular Prices: 10c, 20e 30o. Beads reserved In advance. Tel. 6012. - -r- Ono Entire Week rfTDeo. iu. DAILY MATINEES. MANAGER POM PRESENTS Captain George Auger and Company In vaudeville's New Novelty, 1 POLI'S NEW THEATER. ENTIRE WEEK OF DECEMBER 9. Jesae L. Lasky ietenttoos Vnndevllle Act. A NIGHT ON A HOUSE BOAT." Matinees 2:18 Evenings 8:15. 7 Other Big Attractions 7 FOLI'S POPULAR PRICES. 9 H 7 a I Air AUGER, The Giant Hers CAPTAIN AUGER, 8 Feet nisrb; ERNEST ROMMEIiL, 34 Inches High, and a Strong ) Supporting . Company. CH OUR EISTffl AS BOXES. are made up of the finest as sortment of delicacies 'from all parts of the world, and make a most acceptable present to rel atives and friends, especially to ! those living out of town where I a store like ours is unknown. ! All goods are taken from our 1 holiday stock and so arranged i as to give each box a variety 1 without the bother of personal ; selection. 1 Our List of Christmas Boxes is now Ready Telephone or postal will bring one to your home. Early orders, prompt deliv ery. Reception After the Thursday and Saturday Matinees. Souvenir Postals Given Away. DUNEMN TROUPE. "World-Famed Artistic and Acro batic Cyclist. Warren and Blanchard, A Comedy Talk and Singing FRANKLYN and KEANE, Presenting the Farce, "HER TRIAL MARRIAGE." ASTRELLA SISTERS, In a Refined Interpretation ot Song and Dance. HENRY CL1VE & CO., Eccentric Magical Comedians. YOUNG BROTHERS, "Fun in a Chinese Laundry." ELECTROGRAPH, Special Series The Police Dogs VMeHmmA. 1861. 'Phone 1675. POM POPULAR PRICES FREVAIL. . y CRAROEO WITH VAGr Charles H. Sanford snd Jones, both colored, the foi man; and the latter from 7 arrested early this mornin' ', of vacranrv liv nffl,- f " ' 11 Smith o the Howard ave ' it