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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER,. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1907.
I A Case or The We 'Jo.i"t want,' to nut-crow othrrs; but if, liy slvit:; better qual ities, belter service 'and askin;: lower prices. vc arc going; to have Jhe linn's share of tlic holiday 'justness in our line, why. we'll lake it and think we are entitled to it, too. It is only hy overwhelming all eom petition in this way (hat we can expect to iead, and we are dcler iiiined to give the public the benefit of our superior business methods. KNOX II ATS, XECKWKAR, 1U. DKIMFIS LINEN MESH, UXDEltWKAn, (iNCORPORATf ) OPR.-THE TOWfl PUVi? Stoddard's Panetelas. A new shipment just arrived something new. . 5 Cents Each, 6 for 25 Gems $2.25 a Box. Fifty in a Box. The L I Stoddard Tobacco Go, 940 Chapel Straet TRADE MARK. BEST SHOE FOR WOMEN. ' SOROSIS SHOES for walking or evening wear are made of the very finest flexible leathers'. Added to this advantage are the numerous sizes, widths and types of each, rendering them absolutely comfortable and pliable. The Sorosis Shoes have been per fected from a series of models, resulting in absolutely correct proportion, shape and ap pearance. !. A "SOROSIS CERTIFICATE" would he acceptable to any of your lady friends ' These certiorates 1 will lie honored hi any city in the country. 814 Chapel Street, f Seme Idea of the size of the new ; Morning Journal-Courier Goss print-; lng press, upon which this morning's I 4 . t '; . ' W-tft. 1 ' ' ' l''e,.' - ' - 1 ' '-'. . ' A'Fsr .' ' I ' : ' ' m&i . i! : ' ' JOURNAL-COURIER'S NEW G0SS PRESS. ' ' 'edition was printed, can be gained J from these figures. The discarded I Goss press was 13 feet long and 6 feet i .high. The new press is 19-6. long i ; S 1-2 high. It is within half an inch i as wide aus .the old press was high. It i 1 . ' - - ' v Lion's Share. Si i HrtV-NES GLOVES, CAS VS. tMP.KFI.LAS. handkfiu hiefs. j : a S0R0SIS CERTIFICATE GOOD IN ANY CITY IN U.S. Few Indies have too many nice shoes, and most ladies have too few New Haven, Conn. is known as a two-d-ck supplement machine. It can be Increased to four decks. It has arrangements for color supplement. With four decks it is the equal in capacity of the biygest presses In use. It is in fact the most modern printing press offered in the market and marks the Immense pro- WhyNotThb M OLD MAP SHOWN Manuscript Curio of New Haven Dated June, 1802; in Yale Library. SHOWS THE ORIGINAL CITY ; Some of the features of the Town ns it J'..isleii in Those Ihiys. A manuscript man of the eitv nf New Haven, dated June 6, 1S03, which has Ions been in the possession of the University library, has been hung upon the walls In the public delivery room of Chittenden ball on the campus. The man measures 27xlD inches and is in an excellent state of preservation. Tha stre;ts And houses are carefully indi cate! and iuteh information is fur-nis-hed regarding the appearance and layout of our city one hundred and five years ago. On the south the harbor extends to within a short distance of Water street and front near the corner of State and Water streets a canal ex tends northeastward to the corner of Grand and t'nlon streets, the site nt the present :-' railroad cut. From the present t ftp of the railroad station open water extejuls northeastward parallel with George street to near the corner of York and George streets. Ail the streets are Indicated within the square bounded by State, York, Grove and George streets. Elm street, beyond York, is indicated as the "read to Albany," Clupel street west of York as the "Turnpike tolieioy," Broad street as ths "Post Road to New York t!0 miles)," chapel street below Union as the 'Main Road to Hartford and Bos ton." The three churches on the green are indicated. The western half of the green, bordering Temple street, is called the "Public Parade," and is de scribed "as level ns a house floor;" the half bordering Church street Is de scribed "as level as possible." The town pump is indicated as in the mid dle of Chapel' street at Its intersection with Temple street. The county gaol Is Indicated on the site of the present city hall. A church stands on the southeast corner of Elm and Church streets. "A "coffee house" stands on the site of the Ton tint- hotel. Five buildings of Old Brick fP.ov are Indi cated,' and the ground along College stre?t described as a 'fine, levrl piece of ground.". The.'. president's house stands rttir ,t!lo, presort site of Battel! ehitfrl. t.tbnry street -.exEehdS through .the. present 'Yale campus' to College street. ' The Grove street ermtery Is' much smaller than at present and Hill house avenue does not exist. The plan is entitled "Plan of tlv City of New Haven. June 8, A. D. If02, con taining . 5,000 1 Inhabitant and 1.000 buildings. Vessels of various k'nd, tletnp Rfl Threw nnl'ncrps nrlnnrl i tCH museum. , '. . a President, six Tu- j tors, it t'rote!'s;-r of Fhiuornphy, and a I Professor of Divinity." TRAINS ON TIME. Only One Bad Hclay on New Haven . System Ycslcrda; . The storm yesterday had bids ef fect on the running cf tralm r:Ver the Consolidated system. Mostlv ,111 ar rived on Fchedule time wi'h the excep tion of the 5:03 from Boston to New York, which was one hour and thirty minutes late In arriving here. OASTOniA. Bcnmtlm s9 ' WHO 1011 tl3fl JIW3yS BOO rcss made in the art of manufacture. I Its delivery product is 23,000 an hour ; folded and pat-ted. It can print and fold in one volume .up to sixteen pages, I It can print -in sections up to multiples ; of sixteen. It can, for example, print i two or more sections of sixteen each. : sections of eight, ten or twelve each. iDOINGS IN COURTS : Young Hartford Lawyer's Cass Referred to Grievanco Committee. The II:ii tf r J County Bar ass icbtion SaturcJ-'-y referred to the grievance eoiiimiiti.'O of the orsanization the ease ef Solomon Eisner, a young lawyer, who is charged with accenting .a fee of SHOO in a recent police court e.tsfj Jg--elive Dietrich of the local force was leccntiy dismissed for accenting a part of the fee which he said was a loan from Xilancr. Spicy Bankruptcy Hearing. A hearing In the cai; of Alexander Cunning, before Referee Newton, on Saturday, was conspicuous for no thins:, and that was the legal sparring that took place between Attorney Kcnna and the bankrupt. The princi pal point of the hearing was the at tempt to show tint bankrupt's money should have been used to pay his hills j & in place of being used in other direc tions." Attorney Kcnna .Made Trustee. A first hearing was held before Ref eree Newton in the local bankruptcy eun on the estate of Arthur M. An ketell, an electrical engineer. Attorney Kf una. was appointed trustee under a bond of $,'.00. Tho schedule names forty-on; crcdl tcrs. The debts .are feVen as $1,174.05, while the assets are quoted as about. .)79.59. The largest creditors named arc: The Bradley & Hubbard Mfg. Co., of Mcriden, $11(1.78; New England En gineering Co., of this city, $'il(i.;'i, and the, Electrical Goods Mfg. Co., 0f liS ton. 1 150.51. Tho other elaiuu .- r. an small, including three for wasp s. ' i Alleged Verdict Was Against Evidence Motion has been mane in the com mon pleas court in 'he case of Edwin F. I.oomis, of Troy, Pi., aga.nst tile Norman Printers' Supply company, of this city, to have the verf.let of the jury given s't aside. Tho jury gave the plaintiff $iii on account of an alleged brta-ii of Con tract. Judge Tyner, eounrel1 for the defen dant, says the verdict is contrary to the evidence, hence his motion, The hearing on the motion witl be held this week. i Saloonkeeper I'tstiiarged. j Judge .Mathevvsoti found John Wcis: ...-.f ...il... ,f -irtl', ( ti.,. M l!"L tiUllL.l ,11 II F lv. I 111 (ill: IIVU J 1 at his saloon, 23 Farren avenue,' arid discharged him. ; ' Connection I'nder New Law. , Michael Pe Fillppi, a':saIeonke?pir jU, it w.isningtoni a vena J, was w-z jiu and costs for having a 'e mn'ction he-1 tween his saloon and his living apart' i men! a. . Fined for Selliii"' Boys Clareltes, Mr.. Veronra iltiffmah. who keeps a I j cigar and 1 c onfeeticnery a. ore ti 'lit I Ilixwcl avenue,' find Mrs Fannie G.r- don, vho br.s a store at 2SfO Ashnnm 'j street, were before tho city court on j th charge' of selling cigarette! f i ! minor. Harry Swasey, age.l 14, of 24 Arlir.lr.il str.ct. It. was t tie second or fense cf Mrs. Hoffman,, and s.ie, was fined and costs, Tlie otier woman was lined $l(j and Costs. Hurry Neshlt Round Over. ! Harry Xesbit wis b n i over to the suprrlor court 'under . $1,000' toads by t..H., virt,.M,n In h eitv r,,orl nn .u...... ... v .., th charge of . theft from t.-.f person, In stealing two checks, one to the value ..fi nntl the other S:t8 from- Nrro 1 of $() nnn tnc oin r ironi .cro O utile, while the latter as having a j It will in fact respond to practically every demand that is made upon it. It is run entirely by electricity. The j belt which moves it is invisible, being ! run under trie ltoor. it lias two speeds, one to regulate tne insertion of ; the paper into the press and another , to drive the machine at full pressure, I 1 LEST YOU FORGET. W . '; . i ' a OUR PIANOS: j R j , l , EMERSON I B ; I J HATHUSHEK ' ") I STRiCil J LJ ; - 1.; 'i & ZE10LER 1 BLi (7 L i j AND MtllllN. '''X " 'fi ...'.."' -XA j ax f- - XA :;';",.': k' 11 SIMPLEX L .y j:::-:-; ) I PLAYER PIANOS. f . ' I I MUSICAL ' k 1 i INSTRUMENTS i m- i i k i r n v i II i i ii .!., s r 1 1 '. . . e I I I ! I L LI In other words, tljey are pianos, piano-players asVd irisfru ments that always appeal to those versed in the relative merits cf the different makes, and never more strongly thaji when,an instrument is sought as a Christmas gift. Every line of musical mercSwndisq in variety unequalled and at prices and on terms tiiat commend them to the most discriminating, and .careful i 4 ir ' -buyers. - ' ' t,;" J . i 4 ' : special scrslnn In the Humrovlt salcon in State street on May 9 .-t. : Pleased He Would 5et Christmas ninncr at MO. W, E. Jones and Charier Sanfird, both colored young men, were ch'irged with Idleness In the City rouvt. The former was given 110 days and the lat ter 40 days. Hanford seemed please I to know that be vvbuUl. have his Cluist mas dinner at the jail. : H II" ""?' P 'B and use that old and well tried renienv, jrrs Winslow's Soothing Byrnp, for children teething. It. soothes the child, softens the gums, allays nil pain cni-ps, pnu, ,,.ltj.s thp hcst rem,,n. for diarrhoea.. Twenty-live rents a bottle.' The machinery which accompanies the WjUH 1 B, 11 lis ft-,,. a I B W M : press as auxiliary tools is likewise ofler, tho newest designs in form tables , the most approved pattern. The I metal pump is the only device of its j kind In the city. It will . keep ; metal cleac at all times of the seu j ! dross. The stereotype room is. j up with the latest facilities, whiC N 7 M , '. i 837 Chaps! Street. , ,,. . Jv ST. AIn Ml S SO( IF.TY. r " AnnunI MeelniR- and Flection of Of- . Hccrs Ai-stcnliiy; The .thirty-fifth annual meeting of tho Sti AloysltiH U A. -St B. society Wasi held at St. John's school hall cm South'1 street- at 3 o'clock yesterday, The" re - . ' , . ports of the standing committees .and ofticers wer submitted, and the year's j work carefully reviewed. It was sbowrl W" be ohe of the. mo'st successful years In the history of he so-iety. There ' were seventeen ; new applicants for : membership' yrsterday. 'to. whoin Rev: i elude double steam tables, matrix roll- and chases. All these will be used to ' equip the press, which cuts and' pastes : imr il .'iiML3 iji a .Miai.iL line. x. is not knovh.how many parts there il 'are to the press. An employe oLJJie Goss company 'counted twen.tjr'thou- ': . ;i. ' 1 f Fathctr, Ford': 'adrhlhistered the pledge. Th"fsI'maftes"tf' total- membership" qf 268, . showing , a, paiii of 165 memtwrs during 1S07. After the regular order of bhsl- 'liess: was' completed the following 'offi. eers were'elec'ted for ,1908: r.; PesfiJent,': Michael ; J, ' Goode.5 yic Pc.nt,;T. Frank MeManus,; financial secretary, Francis J. cox; treasurer, ... ' ',.,,,,. . t,?' , joiiii . e lanasan irusiee for four l - eafs,''!., tT. Claughsey;,: inashal, jptephcri ;.y, ; .Reynolds;' ariils,' Patrlelf Sullivan. sergeant at ecins, ratricif buuivan. Arrangements f'ef for a minstrel per- formance by, the society's members in one of ;thn larger hal!s or theat6rg dur. ihg January, sand parts and then job;-, In a. few days mc ollice of the Courier w; the streetilevel. The dilating 'departments eated in the baienie and composing root), second floor of the X - -