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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1908. K' have so miny colors in them that no matter what gown one wears them with they are sure ta harmonize. BRIEF MENTION. DELICATE CHILDREN All Persons Who Have Delicate Cliil dren In Xew Haven, Conn., WiU be Interested In This Article. High water to-day at 11:22 a. m. 'The automobile veiis of striped chif fon with printed dots on both borders are new and chic, and come In blue, brown, white, grey, green and black. . A Waterbury trolleyi car, bound to this cilv, had a narrow escape from a serious accident, Saturday afternoon. The car was speeding just past Oak Corner when a boulder about the size of a flour barrel rolled from the bank on the north side over onto the trolley tracks. The car was brought to a quick slop, the stone pushed from the track Into the butter, after which the trip was made to the Center without any further interruption. ti w w, ft it iti.? o 'i Tkt - hi T i Fascinating because -bf the contrast of texture are the jiew curtains with A Farmers Institute will be held at madras border and canvas or solid Wocdbridge on February 19. The Con ground. At first sight the border seems j nccticut Pomological society will con applique, but closer Inspection shows iuct an all day meeting In the Congre that the drapery was woven all In one ; gatlonal church parlors. The program piece. ! 13 very attractive. The far-seeing home dressmaker is Dr. Ernest Henderson, author of the making her linen skirts and all wash f,!a"fla Wftory of Germany in Eng gowns extremely short. Skirts of last year, even, are being shortened instsad of lengthened. ' Be careful therefore when planning for these frocks to thor oughly shrink your material before making up at the beginning and you will avoid many an hour's work letting down hems and putting on facings. A good plume Is always a good in vestment, and between seasons Is the time that the economical woman buys hers. If your eye is tempted by eight feathers do not be afraid to buy them. Not only do they clean well, but they lish, will give two historical lectures on the French Revolution to which the public Is invited in Lampson lyceum this and Wednesday afternoons at 5 o'clock. The first will be on the taking of the Bastile and the second on Marie Antoinette. A special feature ot the lectures will be a, very unusual set of Illustrations throwing a remarkably Interesting light on all sides of the period. Hapidly growing children need a great deal of vitality. They grow fast, play hard and work too hard at school. Then the appetite becomes fitful, their nights are restless and they soon become weak, delicate and sickly. ,. ' We want to remind the parents of every child in Xew Haven, Conn., that our delicious cod liver preparation. Vinol, will correct these troubles and make for each child new vitality, sound flesh and muscle tissue, strong hone structure and pure rich blood. It will build them up, fill out hollow cheeks and make them strong, robust and rosy. Mrs. C. Allen of Xew Bedford, Mass.. writes: "With two puny, ail ing children, I was very much worried. I had tried almost everything to buna them up without success and, as a last resort, tried Vinol. The benefit was geat in a very short time, they gained flesh and strength so rapidly." The reason Vinol Is so" far superior to old-fashioned cod liver oil, emul sions and other tonics for children is because Vinol Is a delicious modern cod liver preparation without oil made by a scientific extractive and concen trating process from fresh cods' livers, combining with peptonate-of-iron all ! 1 President C. S. Mellen,. Vice-President E. H. McHenry, Vice-President Calvert Townley, and all of the othei high officials and low minor officials of dye equally well, and can be changed ; the- Xew Haven road rave been sent from white or any pale tint to a deeper i invitations by the executive commit tone, finishing up finally as the peren- tee of the Trolleymon's union In this nial useful black. Pfetty hanging baskets or pots can tie made from large cocoanut shells. Saw through the shell, leaving the half larger than the other, using the smaller part for a stand If it Is to be used on a table. Screw the round ends together securing with a nut. If you are going to use it for a basket put wire handle on larger half. Plant small fern and vines in the basket. Winter salads frequently lack varie ty, as new touches should be given to them whenever possible. In using the canned asparagus tips, for instance, they are very apt to be tasteless, even when highly seasoned with mayonnaise or French dressing. Try cutting up over the asparagus one or two green pappers from which the seeds have been carefully removed. This adds greatly to the flavor, and If red pep pers, are used the appearance of the salad Is also Improved. Last summer's crushed linen belts won't do at all for this year. The newest belt Is smooth, flat-fitting and much betrimmed. If It hasn't a fancy buckle, then there must be some em- city to attend a reception and ball to be given by the union at Music hall, February 28. id-Winter Sale. Lace Curtains 500 pairs real, ' hand-made laces, In various grades; regular j. prices running from $2.50 to $20 T per pair. These are in three and four-pair lots. To close out this stock we will give a dls- X count off our regular prices of 30 Per Cent. ) Only once a year do you ' have such an opportunity ' to procure the best at less X than cost. In Xew Haven, Conn., who have deli cate children to try Vinol on our guar antee to return their money, If it fails to give satisfaction. Hull's Corner Drug Co., Cor. State and Chapel Sts., Cor. Howard and Congress Ares., Xew Haven, Conn. ary. This was 84 more than in Decem ber, and 162 less than in January of last year, and "2 more than the aver age number of deaths during Janunry for the five years preceding. The work on Crown street may go on according to a statement made by Bishop Bros, if the city wjll agree to allow the courts to decide the question of Interest at Issue and pay the amount already awarded as "on account." Preliminary sketches on the new public library, which Is to be built here from funds provided by Mary S. Ives have been presented to the citizens' committee in charge of the work, by Architect Cass Gilbert, of Xew York. Xo definite selection of Mr. Gilbert's drawings was made by the committee and it was authoritatively stated that this may not be done for several days because the committee desires time In which to decide on one jf the draw ings submitted. A first meeting of the creditors of Joseph Freedman, a Washington ave nue grocer, who recently filed a peti tion of bankruptcy, was held In the bankruptcy court before Referee Xew ton Saturday morn in?. Attorney Sam- iirl VatVianatrt wit ni.unlnUil ifoti broidery or the whole thing must have Thc falure ,g a MM the wonderful color effects of one of the hands of Persian embroidery. These oriental belts, by the way, are a bit The monthly report of the state board of health shows that there were 1,534 expensive In the beginning, but they apatns -Iirln th, month of Jam'. Dr. Pierce's Favorite J Prescription Is a non-secret, non-alcoholic and most potent invigorating,restorative tonic and strengthening nervine, especially adapted to woman's pecul iar requirements by an experienced specialist in the treatment of her diseases. EXTEHTA I XM EXT POSTPONED. The entertainment which was to be at the parish house under the Sun shine society of Grace church, Ham den, Friday last has been postponed on account of the death of one of the members, will take place Friday, Feb ruary 21. I Fraciional Prices J. : M on Furniture Coverings. i 5 the medicinal,-healing, body-building J rieees of 5 yards length of j jr elements of cod liver oil, but no on,- Verdure Tapestry, Damasks, etc. J, ' w and children love It. We ask parents .... .,,.,,, tnr riilr ! T nml sofas i(T-ri-il nt February j ! gj E' t T close-out prices. i Special Sales 27-Inch Velours nnd Cordu- X roys, In unlimited quantities, I which we nrc offering at the T X pcclnl price of 59c per yard t OBITUARY NOTES Nursing mothers will find "Fa vorite Prescription " especially val uable in sustaining their strength and promoting an abundant nour ishment for the child. Expectant mothers too will find it a priceless boon to prepare the system for baby's coming and to render the ordeal comparatively easy and painless. Over - burdened women in all stations in life whose vigor has been undermined by exacting so cial duties, over -work, frequent hearing of children, will find " Fa jvorite Prescription " the greatest strength giver ever employed. It can do no harm in any state or con dition of the female system. Delicate, nervous, weak women, who suffer from frequent headaches, jbackache, dragging-down distress jlow down in the abdomen, or from painful or irregular monthly pe riods, gnawing or distressed sen sation in stomach, dizzy or faint bpells. see imaginary specks or pots floating before eyes, have dis iagreeable, pelvic catarrhal drain, Ulceration, prolapsus, anteversion, of womanly organs from weakness of parts, will, whether they experi ence many or only a few of the jabove symptoms, find relief and, generally, a permanent cure by us pig faithfully and fairly persistently pr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. This world - famed specific for woman's weaknesses and peculiar pilments is a pure glyceric extract of the choicest native, medicinal Susan Jjnke. The funeral of Susan I-ake, widow of Rufus L. Lake, who died In Centerville, Wednesday evening, was held at the residence at Centerville, and the Grace Protestant Episcopal church In that village. The Rev. Mf. Coley officiated. Mrs. Lake was very prominent In church and charitable organizations and there was a large attendance. The pall bearers were Edwin L.aborie, Ar thur Hoberts, Frank Huberts, Geoigo Beckley, Rollln Aubrey, Alfred Au brey. There was a large number of floral offerings, Including a large cross that covered the casket, from her brother, Charles Roberts; a plaque of sweet peas from Mrs. J. E. Stillman, Fannie Beckley and Hattle L. Lewis and Hattle L. Aubrey, Alfred B. Au brey and W. Rollln Aubrey; spray of pink and white tulips from Mrs. Has ley and Tracey; standing harp f'nni Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cummlngs; spray of pinks and sweet peas from ladles' Aid society of Grace church; spray of Easter lilies from Mrs. O'Conncll, An na and Mnggle Kennedy; floral urn from C. Cook, nnd floral sprays from Mr. and Mrs. W. Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cretige, Mrs. H. Walte, Sunshine society, Miss J. Mae Stewart, Mrs. Gallagher, Mrs. Edward Lnbarle, Mrs. Arthur Baldwin, Mrs. H. Porter and M. J. Roberts. The interment wjs In Centerville cemetery. Lewis & Mjy cock had charge of the funeral. Finnia S. Terrell. Funeral services for the late Mrs. Emma S. Terrell, wife of Joseph Pal mer, who died Saturday, will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, from St. John's P. B. church, the Rev. Stewart Means officiating. Interment will bo In the Grove street cemetery. Mrs. Irene Trecartln. The funeral of the late Irene Treear tin, widow of James M. Trecartin, who died Saturday at 1 IS Thompson street In the eighty-fourth yejr of her age, will be held from her lats residence, Tuesday afternoon, at 2:39 o'clock. In terment will be In Evergreen cemetery. Upholstery t at We have the workmen to re- X cover nnd restore furniture In n J thorontrhl.v wKisfactory manner nild-wlnter prices. J His 4- means n great savins i" iw .j, X who have their work done now. ! Window Shads Co.:! 75-81 GRANGE STREET' I FOOT OF CENTER STREICT. Open Saturday Evening. n n it n K K Ef Kf ft & H EI JIB in ! residence of his daughter, Mrs. Thomas H. Russell, 137 Elm street. Jud,'i Mm son, who w.s the oldest member of the bar, had outlrvert most of l.ls col leagues, 'but a few of the lawyers of, his time were at the funeral. Thp services wtre conducted by the Rev. Artemas J. Haynes of the United church, nnd remarks eulogistic ot Judog Munson were made by Rev. Dr. t. T. Munger. The Interment was In Grove street cemetery with brief services conducted by Rev. Mr. Hajnes. Philander Ferry. The funeral of Philander Ferry look place t Evergreen cemetery, yesterday afternoon and was very largely attend ed. The body was brought from Brook lyn where he died, and services were conduetd In the cemetery chapel prev ious to the Interment. The Rev. W. Harned of Rochester officiated. TRINITY MFSirNTi SERVICE. Choir Patrick Skclly. The funeral of Patrick Skelly took place at the home of his sister, Marl Igo, yesterday and later from St. Pat rick's church. Father Russell conduet- J T-U- 1 1 , roots without a drop of alcohol in its make-up. All its ingredients 'Daniel Mortell, John Murphy, James arenrinterl in nlain F.ncrlkli on ita ! Travers, Patrick Hart, Thomas Roach, V,,u nA ffj ..-j ! Patrick Heaney oath. Dr. Pierce' thus invites the ! The interment was at St. Lawrence cemetery. fullest investigation of his formula knowing that it will be found to contain only the best agents known to the most advanced medical sci ence of all the different schools of practice for the cure of all woman's peculiar weaknesses and ailments. Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets and Antiseptic Suppositories may also lie used with great advantage con jointly with the use of the "Favor ite Prescription" in all cases of ulceration, and in pelvic catarrh. They cost only 25 cents a box each, at drug stores or, sent by mail, post-paid on receipt of price in stamps by Dr. Pierce whose ad dress is given below. If you want to know more about Mary Carrol. Mary Carroll of 229 Franklin street, died at her home at 8 o'clock yesterday morning. The funeral will be Wednes day morning and interment at St. Ber nard's cemetery. filves .Matinilcr's "Penitence, Pardon, Peace." Trinity chureh was crowded to the doors last night with a congregation sssemhled to hear the monthly special musical servlre. Maunder's well known cantata. ""Penitence. Pardon and Peace," was given In place of the ser mon, and the rendition was an excel lent one. The choruses were sung with a nice ty of expression, and alHO with an abundance of volume when the score required It. The solos were admirably handled hy Master Gorrlnn Stevens, Mr. W. P. Krost unit Mr. I W. Hullivun. Master Stevens, who made his first appearance as a solo hoy, has a charm ing, lilrrt-like voice that will doulitles. get fuller ns lie matures. Mr. Frost possesses a tenor voice of Infinite sweetness, and was very sue. cessful In h!s aria, "oh. That I Knew Where to Kind Him." He is a fltstinct acquisition to our musical coterie, an l ought to be heard more frequently on the concert stage. Mr. Sullivan's satisfactory work Is so well known that lltt'e need be said of It. His snlns last night showed him to he at his best. The service tvns under the direction of the organist and choirmaster. Mr. I Harry 3. Re;lf. who presided nt the ; organ, and plaver th first movement j of Mendelssohn's second sonata for a prelude, the pos.inre being an allegro ; in D hj- John E. West. i COFFEE PRINKIM! A DH-tr says it WcaUctis the Heart. Vernon Homers. Vernon Somers, tlv? actor of this city, who was a member of Edward Davis' company, booked to appear In Buffalo, N. V., next week, died sud denfy in Buff Ho, Saturday, of heart failure. Elmer E. Somers of 295 Elm street, West Haven, a brother, receiv- I mv .. eavs a Unmvn cd a telephone message, giving him th- j German 'phvidan. "no one cm truth- ! news of his brother's death. The actor j fu)lv f!,lv ,hat co(T( rws nith him, 1 was sitting In his room In a hotel con- j as it has nnff ,,moe ,,ecn pr,lv.pn taat vcrMng with a friend when lis was ta- cafreine cnpUlnPl) , (.f..Tee, Is an in ken 111 and he passed away in ten min- j juri(nt p,Ms, ns suhtance which ! ute,S' , , I weakens and degenerates the heart Mr. Somers was not married. ,He j m,,tr,i. the composition and professional t I, besides his brother Elmer.! "For this ras..n the regular use of endorsement of the "Favorite Pre- ; anoth-r b,hpr- Alva som-rs. ef so j roffpp ,.',uo cnwPtl a ,.n,mi m scription," send postal card request 'CCT T' est HatveVnd two, of undernourishment, which leads t , toDr R V PWce Buffalo NY i if U'TS; Har U Sut,on vari" kind, of organic di-,,. ' ; T . 'V , , JJuiiaio, an. ., Campbell avenue, West Haven, and ..(.onvl. , - . fnrt r have oft- forhisbklet treatingofsame. ; Mrs Caroline Wil,m. wife of Or F. en r,?ghrts,r healthfuT be:. ou can t artord to accept as a M. w ilson of Bridgeport. He was the 1 r- f ,.rff it last etroversion, or other displacements ; substitute for this remedy of known "'P ot card. Herg w. s..mers, t foun(i thp tj,Ir) d,sfrei1 in potum. . composition a secret nostrum cf un- ",r,u,e rni,an"'J'n,a I Having had occasion to forbid peopi? kJyn tomposition. Don't do it. COmPi,ny ,h,S i coffee. who,e hearts were affee:- Tir PiArr'c PlfacQnt Pol1t 2,' ed. I have recommended Post 11:11 as. Dr. Pierce S i leasant Pellets are The body IU be brought to this ! ,)rveraSe. ,,.. it is free from .HI i- mc vtginut t,nwc t,lVci rnis- .uij iu-uaj biiu meiunerai vvuue nem j.jru,,. .,i)in sl,w,m.f, 1 imow this from results" in mv own family, i and among patient.? ; "Hunrlre.l.s ,.f physicians who now : Ufe Postum in place ..f coffe?, are : greatly lenefit'd therrhy." "Theres a ; Reason." ! Name given by Pnstuni Co., Battle j Creek, Mi.h Read "The Road to! NTER the store Monday via Grand Aisle, Chapel St., turn to the right and feast your eyes on the most elaborate view of New Sprin? Veils New Haven women ever had the luck to see in their own home city. Still further, you shall BUY NEW SPRING VEILS AT BAR GAIN PRICES. This double event display-sale of the Veils of fashion has been carried out to the very letter. The clusters of charming styles, pre sentations of coming novelties, high grade character of qualities, travel along the direct lines of metropolitan merchandising. Fashion has stamped her approval on the use of Veils Veils for dress,1 for walking driving, autoing Veils, always Veils, for the women of style. Our great grandmoth ers wore Veils, but they were the Veils of service only thick, dark, heavy, stuffy, disfiguring. The airy fairy-rnesh- ed, delicately hued Veils of today,while the best of complexion-carers,are distinctly " Veils of beauty ". They idealize and refine, without concealing the features. Get an idea of some of the new and very stunning effects in the glass" at the Veil counter, see more pretty Veils together than you ever did before, and save a heap of Veil-money. u Kl K n K n m m n s n H H U n n n a M M SI Spring Chiffon Veils. Long and Square $1.25 to $3.00. These re the extremely popular 1 1-2 to 3 yards long Chiffon made Veils in all the very new plain and dotted effects. They offer a dainty choice of the pick of the new Grays. Copenhagen " Blues, new Reds, Tans and Greens and others of the approved tints. Spring Lace Veils. Square to $3.00, Long to $2.25. The chance to look over such a big and beautiful showing of dainty Lace Veils '11 interest you hugely. Here you find all the new dot and ring effects in meshes, richly rounded-off with deep lace borders. " Browns, Grays, Blacks, Whites, wonderfully stylish street veil-wear. New Spring Ruching 1 5c to 60c Yard. The most effective dainty Spring Ruching display of the season, Chiffon and- Crepe de Chene folds, Mouseline de Soie, Net, Lace, in, White, Champagne Light Blue, Pink, combinations of Light Blue and White, Pink and White, all Black and Black and White. The " Merry Widow " Ruching is prom inent feature in the showing. French Net Veilings. Ranging from 25c to $2.00. Very Ore and " Frenchy ' are the new Nets of Malines and strong hair line. The new Tuxedo Nets In all the fashionabe Blacks, Greens, Light Blues, Cardinals and dainty White and Black effects, an eminently attractive showing. Yard Chiffon Veilings. Ranging from 50c to 75c. Here are all the most approved of the new Chiffon and Chiffon Cloth Veilings that make such effectivo face-protectors 'gainst rude March gales. They come . in tremendous color variety of the new correct shades for Spring wear. For Autoing, dress and' street wear Veils, you'll find them "Just the Thing". Tourist Ruffling By The Box. . You can get In this excellent showing of the neat and effective favorite Tourist Ruching In White, six yards in a box for 25c ; in combinations of White with pretty Pink or Blue edgings, 6 yards in box for 40c ; new sleeve ruff lings come in Chiffon, Net. and Mouseline de Soie, White and Black combinations, 1, 2 3, Ruff lings 50c to $1.00. n n & n n a n ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft: ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft n o n ft n n n n n n n 0 n n a n H H n ii n n a n n n n a n ft a ft ft ft HHAQEHMIiaRH&ftnftHHRHftHKftttflftftftftHBnanflnnn $14.50 $20.00 New Tailored Spring Suits Chic " Prince Charming " Models for Women and Girls One of these rare bargain-chances for picking up a new spring suit that '11 interest you hugely. The manufacturer made up this little lot of the season's best sellers be fore the rush of spring orders swamped the workrooms. We came along discovered and ' . ' Picked Up At Dull -Time Prices. He 's charging now just a third more than we paid for them. The model is a strong leader, they 're strictly tailored and will prove excellent wearers. Materials are finest quality imported Panama, satin lined; plaited skirt with folds, in Blacks and the latest Browns and Blues. Women's sizes up to 38; Girl's 14, 16, 18 years. Your Choice Now Sl4-50:: A Bargain Affair In New Black Dress Goods. T has been wisely remarked : " Black is never out of style To that might be added the self-evident fact that it is never unbecoming The new Black Dress Goods stocks are exceptionally " taking ". These assortments are carefully chosen numbers of the very finest foreign productions. Large quantity handling makes special price-economies in standard qualities, now and again possible. The following come under that category, WHILE QUANTITIES LAST. No woman who wants a really wonderful Black Dress Bargain will pass by the PRIESTLEY EXTRAORDINARY OFFER. I ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft a u u n 1.69 Priestley Black Goody 5 j JQ Yd To Sell At : Ten pieces of Benjamin Priestley & Co., high grade Black Dress Goods at actually less than their regular price to us. Melrose Cloth, Taffeta,. Princetta, Armure, Silk Warp, Henrietta, Spot Proof Prunella, Crepe Cloth, Poplin and Voile. There are not better Black Goods to be had ; the quantity is limited, and we cannot get more at this price. l. Black Voile 75c Five pieces at a special price while this lot lasts. A beautiful quality fine French make of the new Voile so much in demand at this present time for whole suits or sep arate skirts. gl.39 Black Panama gl. 56 in. wide, a very fine grade of AH Wool Panama Cloth, in Black only. Just three pieces and no more to sell at this price. An extra good value at $1.39. .50 Black Voile Ul.15. ' A beautiful French Shadow Check Voile in Black only, All Wool, very crispy in fin ish, fine square mesh, very durab'e for dressy gown, 44 in. wide tnd never, sold less than $1.50 a yard. , $2. Black Voile gl59. A rich French make Black Voile, 48 in. wide, strictly Ail Wool, of the best quality. A perfect color, crispy finish, equal to any made for service and dressy appearance. s?E&MALLEY(2 ?Bf'M ALLEYS Elm street. West Haven. Pirrce, Gra in! & Hayes are in eharpe. first put-lip by Old Dr. Tierce Over Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, fn m AO vears Atro. Mitch imitated hut ,1,p residence nf El-nr E. Fnmerj. :?5 ' ' - never equaled. They cleanse, in vigorate and regulate stomach, liver and bowels, curing biliousness and , Judge Munsm. constipation. Little SUgar-COated j The funeral of Judee Lyman E. Mun granules easy to tafce as candy, j fn, whose death occurrei Thursday I was held Saturday aft?rno"n from thc I Wellville," in pkgs. IM1ET MJ E1VM)KLKR. Tn my dear friends.' let me relate A few things of my recent f.iie: V!io I ;ni. nnd what's my name; Tt s. perhaps, not known to fame; SMI I. q'liie many know me now. Let me tell thm and others how For six short years within this town I ptddied papers all aroun' I peddled papersall aroun'; Six years W.is I a trito nevjihnv. Tlmse were drear times of grief m.l joy. But hy stern thrift nnd useful mind My lot is now a difT'rent kind. Tho' papers, all kinds, now I sell Fon'ls. pads and Are ink well. Rubbers, rards and books of Jokes, liag'zlnes, booklets for all folks. Ptiil now I'm not a newsboy more. But own a well-stocked station rr store. In Congress a'v'nue is my stand. Thtre is mv store, with fin'ry grand. O'er here you'll find your paper need. Books of laughter, books of creed. Mv name Is J. Merrlam, and my stor j Is a real palace of book lor.