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THE 'MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER; MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, . 1S07.
. o m s OCIETHi "Adieu, Forest," from Jeanne d'Are"... Tschaikowsky .Mrs. Uobbins. "llen.i Dint Splendida" rnm were the leaders, inar figures were New and very amus- ' Hi Berause of the ha'j weather on f?at-U-day afternoon, the last day exhibi tion of smallj pictures by New Haven artists at the home 1 of Mrs. J. C. Schwab was postponed until to-day. The hours will be the same as last week, 11 to 5, and at the close, of the exhibit Professor .Schwab will auction Usborn the pictures which remain unsold. As noting Mrs. gchwat) at the tea tables to-day will be Mrs. Harry G. Day, Miss Kate Trowbridge, and Miss Mary Hurt-ley. Mr. and Mrs. Par.nns of Portland. Ore., announce the marriage of their daughter. Ethel (. Charles Erwin 1! 'Men co. Cal. Mr. Parens of Yale, class of 1 Si s. granddaughter of the of tit is city. 'orn, to Mr. if San Francis was a member The bride is a late Minutt A. .... Parker yReethoven I.ohr Carey- Mr. George L.. Fox of 'he University school on College .street "leaves to-day for Southern California. ' The next debutante tea will not be given until February 8, when Mr. Charles K. Billings will introduce his ; daughters. Miss Margaret Billings, i who has been abroad with her aunt,! Ill's. Howard, , wife of Lieutenant j Commander William L. Howard, ,U. 8. X., naval attache at the American em bassy in Berlin, is to return home about December 14, and Mrs. Howard end Miss Howard, who return with her, will both be here for the tea. Miss Ruth Phillips of Willow street, (laughter of Rev. and Mrs. 'Watson Ij. Phillips, will read before the D. A. R. chapter at Southport. L. I., early this week. Miss Phillips is a very delight ful reader, and has a number of splen did engagements for the coming sea ion. , At Trinity M. E. churehson Wednes day evening of this weef; the Center church quartet will give theVoiigt cycle The Princess," a work of such merit as to have attracted, the interest of students and lovers of music. Tlie first part of the program will be d--voted to solos by members of the quartet, and the second part will be the cycle. The entire program is: Part I. Violoncello solo "Gavotte" . .Popper Mr. Fasano. a. "Recitative Aria" from Crea tion." "Rolling in Foaming Billows". . Haydn b. "The Rosary" Nevin c. "Armorer's Song" from "Robin Hood" Mr. Avis ra Novissima" Miss Roberts. a. "Adelaide" b. "The Little Irish Girl" c. "Sally in Our Alley". . Mr. Moyle. Part II. Lyric from "The Princess," of Al fred Lord Tennyson, for quartet of solo voices. Music by Charles Yilliers Stanford. No. 1 "As Thro' the Land." No. 2 "Sweet and Low." No. 3 "The .Splendor Falls." No. 4 "Tears, Idle Tears." No. f "O Swallow. Swallow." No. C "Thy Voice is Heard." No. ""Home They Brought Her Warrior . Dead." No. S "Our Enemies Have Fall'n." No. 9 "Ask Me No Mure." The members of the quartet are: Mrs.1 F.. O. Bobbins, soprano; Mis.s Margaret Roberts, contralto; Mr. Wal lace Moyle, tenor; Mr. George E. Avis,' bas The assisting artist will be Mr. Alfredo Fasano, violoncellist. Thc proceeds will go to the carpet fund (if the church. a The Mast of the bachelor cotillions was damced at the Lawn oluh Satur day nigiht, and there were about '1 members of the younger society people Mr. Henry H. Towns Pieree N. Welch, 1 jr., jM'4 favors were dainty holiday souvnlrs, J . Odonkirehen's orchestra played for j ' - 1 . ' dancing and during the intermission a j dainty supper was served. ' j The govern r of the cotillions were: 4 'i-.. j.i'M.in.-, liiitiivt-i , ji,t ;v.un j Brewer, Henry Brewer, Paul N. Dann, Osborne A. Day. Henrv 1. Gsilnin i Zf.igler Sargent, Edward B. Spalding. ! t J. van j . .De Koveni who danebd. ifliend and i l v fr 817-823 Grand Avenue. P. J, KELLY 36-38 Church Street. Henry II. Townshend, Ralph G Name and Ti free N. Welch, Jr. The patronesses were: Mrs. Eliot Watrous, Mrs. Louis D. Hun toon and Mrs. Hei.ry S. Graves. i The Junior auxiliary of Christ church, will .hold a bag, apron and kitchen towel sale in the parish house, 00 Broadway, on Tuesday afternoon, from 3 to 6 ' o'clock. Light refresh ments will be serve;. Miss Emily Mor gan, Miss Edith ' Blakeslpe, Mrs. Bat tin and others will be in charge. Dr. find Mrs. Henry P. Sage of 4!! Howe street announce the engagement of their, sister, Miss Edith Marion Nichols, to 'Mr. Donald Allison Adams, Yale law school, 1908. Miss Nichols graduated from Vassar in 1905 and Is the librarian of the New Haven High school.. Mr. Adams graduate from Carleton college, Northtield, Mass., In 1 SOS, and is the son of .Rev. Allison D. Adams, Yale '75, of . Waseca, Minn.' In lllOti Mr. Adams. was a member of the. Yale Debate team, which defeated Princeton. . 1 . , mm $ ft. 43-8S3 CHAPEL ST. Christmas Offering A little touch of Christmas. . A little thought of thine, Adds much to thy remembrance. Because it's Christmas time. Tightness of money in -the-financial centers of this country has forced many a manufact urer to sell at great sacrifices. . ' , i , . ' ... f , I .'.:. FREF ' -' GIFT J I hill Biiiilipfflii , .w" . i 1 , w liSliliiM ' -y"" "nr ea" "r ' ! T " -' : ' ' luiv on easy terms, but f 2 wicker rocker cither in jfffiMh&SmWA ' 1 t ' " must.lmy before Christ- empire or shellac finish, W3ti!0&WJW I . WrWrnm- "'" """,s '" 1 3. . ' Wra wl S A h A X A fl H wfeiil ' ,o..iuni,.., -nti von. A.;.au purchases aggrcgat- VAjKl M 1 V XYV YYY''1fl ! J ing $25.00 or more. ' WkMMMMi Ijtn at oitlicr ston .' .vf!t ! s lav :aj i NlTMEt; CU B t'AKD. Espcrt One of the CJtvatcst Fistic. Ei-. liihitloiis Ever Seen In Tliis City. "Interest, in fistic tournevn, smnewhat dampened by the pad affair at Mus-io Hall, has hurst forth again and Is at its maximum, where it Is bound to remain until the unexpected again pitifully mistreats the ringside fans of this city. The! cause of the at least temporary! outbreak f spirit in this line is due to tlie card to he put. on at the New Haven theater 'Thursday evening hy that well known local club termed "The 1 Nutmeg." i " The stir bout of , tlie evening, which will bp between Bunny , Ford, the Io'til boy, and-one, of the cleverest in the state, and Young B.'ossey, of Bridge port, will be a corker. The two young sters had . met before at Bridgeport, and all that .saw tlio bout will agree that nothing ever witheswd In' this state 'could" touch .IE. Ford ;and Hross ey are hard at wdrk and both are con fident 'of a finish in their favor before the ten rounds have elapsed., . The opening preliminary, will be be tween Jimmle Farmer Kelly, of Bran f'h'd, -upd Motrin I.e Molne, the clever French heavyweight cif Massaclmsetta. .5, This bout will '.be uf the vattU ;g Mirt.'l I Kelly is a hard worker and, will not x disguise himself on this coming Thura- j ji day when I-e Molne will eiubracs him. j jh l.e Moine thinks he can put Kellyioutl in four lotttids, and Kel'y thinks he! can put the Massachusetts boy-ou" " I 4l n., .) .,:'one of T live imiiiu;). , Tin second. cr"" Ji'rt l''''11''''"- tne thp best ow Haven, anil loinwiy jn idldo ' f Waterlmry think that lie can put Jell, out in im a. The goods offered are the same as those shown in the height of the season. All brand new. Same quality -of - material, same workmanship. ' The prices and the op portunities only are different. - SUITS $25.00. Marie h Iirn.-ulclolhs. . nilx tui'fs, cheviots oiul fancy stripes. Formerly sold at $12.00. , SKIRTS $22.50. In voile, new idens nnd new models, silk drops twenty-five hi. vies to select fruin. Sold for-, merly" $27.30. CHILDREN'S COATS $3.95 TO $7.95. In blue, red, gray and brown mixtures. Odd hlzcs, hence great, rcdurllons. Sold formerly $5.95 to $0.50. SUITS $35.00. Sample suits in flue broad cloths, cheviots and velvets. Formerly sold tit 58.75. SKIRTS $7.50. Odds and ends in line' broad cloths, all colors, all sizes. ( om plete suit In these material sold; actual viHiic $17.05. EVENING COATS $14.95 TO $65.00. ftlaek and eolors.i in broad cloths, nicely trimmed, line satin lining. Formerly sold $22.50 to J125. . ' '!! Darling's back?r sit rounds nUnltrrt, while ;,ie.i. s men know Darling won't be able to, Ktand th kImIii of half the time. Jet Is in cued condition and much is expected IT- ! from him. 1 Tliere will be a lisht if there are but. j ten people at the (Irund. 'The boys j have I'd signed ebntracls and have got j to flght. Kuough tickets Vave alrra-lyj t.pen aohl to cover al expemcs. All i .j. Hie bouts have been pKKei"io fx-ivc, j (. i Ladies'1 w aaats. DrbssesEtc, $15 to $35. it. .fii AOile. -silk, lace, net. For .rulllHS and evening wear. For merly,, $25.00 to $150.00. . ' RAIN COATS $3.S5. A few leit from a lot of Rain . Coals in strictly wool materials. Essential to all wardrohcs.i For nicely sold $10.00 to $.15.00. j y-. TOURISTS' COATS r; , $7.50 TO, $35.00; ijiifTouHst and Outina; Cnnti, made from otir best material, -ssnilxtnmr and' tweeds. Formerly 0ltl $18.00 to 945.00.'"'"" tbc:r-- n.l :;',; " i . ., "v;v .iJip'r-r1.' v ' . ""' ' "" .';.:-'' .'.'kts1-, o; c ... f '....- ' ': .',;'. ",'.;'. 4- t ' fn' Iw-n.-Rl!-vttB?mTi?,5eu front, tlirce (jtir.itcr sleeve? with tiny tucks. 7 CARPETS. On all Carpets ordered before Christmas we . iri've you the Making, Laying and Lining On all Window shades order ed before Christinas we mens ure, lit them and hang thctn rrinted. piain or Inlaid, liny now ml we taUe the incisure, lit them and lay them to excite! niifl thore should bo a , crowd at the tight. x Ch. MelF.Ol) noWLFUa. WAISTS $2.95. ; In Lawn, embroidered with rose pattern, small tucks forming !iv ' re !'' "' . . ,k "4s.: ' m1 v.. ; Luce trimmed; InchuliUK 'sleeves, with rallies of lace each .lde of insertion. i .; ; - WAISTS $6.95. Odd-i and em's In pluiiL jilaln fcllKs and nets. Former price ollhese w.ii-ts was $11.05. loeal hit f c ird ereft. FUR COATS. FREE. FREF. FREE. A complete slock inside In the reason's most approved styles in pony, 'caracul, inlnli. Pest broadcloth oer selected linings , $35.00 to $550.01). , Always Making Happy Homes ESPECIALLY SO AT CHRISTMAS TIME. Not an article that enters in to home furnishings that our eleven floors do not show and that our two storehouses do not replace when these are gone.' Not an article that does not show care in its selection and a liberal policy guide in pricing. We have hosts of happy cus tomers who have been with us for years. Come and see how much we do to merit their loyal trade. If you want a fine Range remember there is none super lor to the Crawford. y i 1 I J V If you want a nice riiK mod ern or antfruc, large or sninil, at alow price on ensy terms; a nire Morris Chair, Lady's Desk, Pallor or Drawing Room piece or set; Center Table, Hook Case, Chair or Rocker, China Closet, Buffet. Mirror (gold frame), Ilirturw all subjects, si.cs and frames; Hal!, Wall and Mantel Clocks, LYass Beds. Fdisou Phonographs and Records thousnnds of articles in endless variety, they are here... Will Play Clan (iordon at Hartford This F.u-nlng. The first f 11" series of bowling ConleMs between Can (lo-don of Hart ford and Clan McLeod of this city will be rolled al lMrtford this eveii'na. The Mcl.eodK will leave on the 5:13 train. TO 1IAVK (iYMNASH'M, llesire to Thus Promote Athletics In West Haven School. The nttemnla of the scholars find leachers of the Union whool of West j Have-n to promote athletics In t";lt 1 4'S,2'"S"2"i" school under tne- many uisauvatiuiK?" necessarily present when a .school la ks all means of wlsting the athletic de velepmen! of the children of that school, has lei to 'the question among' I he West Utiven promoters; "Shouldn't this s.-hool have a gymnasium?" 1A11 athletic association has been formed to raise funds for the anove purpose. It Is expected that ti this fund the i.r,.v,ir. nf Weut Haven wlit cinlributei in nrder that the'nhyslcal brain be de- allowed but a dozan or jvdeped. . : attend the game FURS. FUR SETS. All furs Fold with our fullest fruarantee, and" all sold under real and not assumed names. ... T11 mink, lynx, natural and hleiided 'Stpiirrels and earaeuls. Only fuiw that we can guarantee: also'' children's sets $ia,05 ' to $1T5.00. I LADIES' BELTS. NECKWEAR. , FEATHER BOAS. -KIMONOS. small m . t . . t t KTATK LFiAfll'F. OPENS.' New F1VK DKFF.ATFD. basketball team defeat- i HOPIvlNS ; iiit1 rimt., u.... .... ....... vv..... j i ed tlie Hopkins drammar school team) Saturday at the Anderson gymnasium ithe final -score belnpt 18 to IT. NEW HAV.F.N TV HNS TAHLE. Haven Polo Team Wins Refore Small Audience. The openins of the new state polo league was not a very aijs.p.ielous one, in that, the adverse weather conditions two of fans to in this city hetwee.n the New Haven team and the South Norwalk quintet. The game resulted In an S to 6 vi.-tory for the local ag gregation. ( ' H. F. Hl.OGfi IN SEATTLE. FRIEND E:, BROOKS CHAPEL 1 18; STEEET Up One .Flight. I emnhasl7e my address and the fact of beljiR one flight of ptalru up bo eame to-day I am the only "Brooks" ethc-l engaged in this city In the fur business My reputation for competent, careful fur work, for reliable, satla factory 'fur garments. Is an asact Ipriae, a principle I wUl ahvay strive to preserve.'. , , -sf-C ,:! ?'!('" .''.' ' First ' Landlady I nianato to rlpnt of St.. Paul's IS1 now nani ,uv. 1 tnu.ejt,;rnerj. . mij ""' He has taken ; bparders.donrer than yqu do, v ifiAciMiif fy.indladv Oh, Idon't. know at the Y. M. C. A. by j . ' t' 54 . to 1, Nmv Haven I - ; ., ? rior game, keepin the j 4. 'v ' S'----, ' ' ' " ' " . , defensive at nearly ev ' . -"1' "l-tK&P ' ..'''."''"" ..' 4- the same. ! - l V'l Haven. U , -ZTt: HC. ' ! PRICE OF EVERY ARTICLE IN PLAIN FIGURES . i TERMS CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS- 'liocal ,HiKh School llasketliall Tenin X( Easily Defeats liddlrtown. The New Haven HlRh school ba.skct-5-! ball tean 'turned the tables on the f 1 MUUlletown Hifth seiionl quintet Satur- j. j day afternoon 4? j the score of ! played ft f-upe ; visitors 011 the fJ ! ery ctase of the same. X The lineup A! Middietown. N Haven. f '.Tourmay , tounoiiy Left Uu.ird. S-'Dumeer ' Frankel j Left Forward. 1 1 Sheldon .1..... Austin (capt.) j 1 Center. tjPike, Hayward 'faPe X! Right Forward. . 1 11mon leant) Alderman Right Ouard. finals from floor. Frankel 6, Pustin 3. 'onnolly 2, Alderman 2, Sase 2. j Trumiay 1, Sheldon 1. Pike S, Hayward ' 1, pamr I. vc.ils fr.m fouls, Frankel i 4. Cannon 2: fouls.' New Haven !. Mid- dletown.il; referee, Ross, New Haven; umpire, Ramsclel); timer, Cl-.andler, New Haven; time of halves, 2(1 and 1 Former New Haven Man Poiiij; Uood Work on Pinifte Coast. If. p. Blogs, formerly secretary of the Brotherhood 0 chapter m .ic ni work in Seattle, Wash. charse of the Sunday school in a new .strict connected with a.K u , rieUjV'u . keep, (shriek) , . .. of the church in thenneio ,ion5er tn u wi,.. Lt Oil Uiv i' 1 ... Uoie-lHr-,1 rlfjv St. Andrew in New 1 new secuoa. r, . ...v - ' Tie Fortune 1,' 817-823 Chapel Streat. 36-38 Church Sir3ef 1 : V i 3' 1 ; ! J. i nii"Utv. ! flamma Why, 'd.- 'come home to luncheon : been asking me tor so 1 -ilp '-ear lon'-heon to .-' u. and just to hnmor you 1 put you a nice one io-ua. 1 ' fv - J V wlii- did y in V in have n 1 1 let you ind with Reasonable in Price Economical in Operation Ths Choica of Those Superior in Cookhg Durable in Constn Bo-,t Quai'lficd to Judge ! up Rebl y lesfum. Hut 1 c it c?i. Cleveland Leader. at r- 4- Manufactured by , THOJJAS, ROBERTS, STEVENSON CO., PHiLA. ! ( , '