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THE MORNING JOURNAL -COURIER, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1903.
1 Tl?e$asIloijso?(p- Art Embroidery Exhibit The announcement of our Art embroidery exhibit has awaken ed some interest among needle workers. They were here early Monday morning in great num bers and the general verdict was that the display was the most re markable and most beautiful col lection of " embroideries and needlework ever seen in New Ha ven. Come and look around. Take elevator to the third floor. New designs In Stamped Shirt Waists 75c. Stamped Hats, new designs and shapes, 50c. Sofa Pillow Slips, stencil designs, In cluding 24 Inch floss pillow 1,50. Oblong Pillow Tops, oriental de signs, 59c up. Stamped Towels, new designs, 75c. Stamped Collar and Cuff Sets, new patterns, 39c and 50c. 1908 Package of theMRoyal Society" newideas. A new "Yale" Pil low, the prettiest yet I Stamped top and back, 59c. Balsam Fir Pil lows, new designs and fresh stock, 35c upwards. Stamped, Belts, on linen 25c; on mercerized belting 50c. Dollies and Cen terpieces, 15c to 1.50. Burlap Table Covers, hemstitch ed, 36 Inch, 1.25. Tl?e fjos-joi?soi? (p- A RrAL TEN CENT SEGAR aa. 1 w fine Cents straight (Sum Hate by the Box. BALANCE OF WEBR OR IX TIL fOI.U. THE RKAOX we made up for a whole"le ritNtnmr In Man, everiil llioun'Miil lOr. rer un der hi private lahel of "Hlack KokIp." (IwIdk to X mlKiiiKlrr MtiiiullnE the aeRiira were piu-ked 1 1 10 lu n box Instead f fid. lie didn't like I ho style of parking a little lilt l" nil Itrlait ll Rood fuatnmcr we took them off hi liumlN, buying more packed rlicht for blm. i "BLACK E(il,R" lr ii nil ineana nothing la Ken- Haven, and we are xrlliiiK them cut nt .1 I KXTS S'lRAItaiT to get part of our money beck at oner. Gondii are llnvennn wrapped. THIS IS YOIK OPPOHTIM TV. They are, of course, string fast. MATTOON K 808 Chapel, cor, Orange. PEONAGE INQUIRY Cannon Overrules Resolution Introduced by His Own Committee. MAIL SUBSIDY IN SENATE (allingrr anil Ic)pv Argue lis Mer its AUIrtch mil t rill-clscd. GIFTS FOR fOLTCE FIND. Walter Garde Sends S50 and Gtild naum Co. h Additional Sin. Walter Garde of Hartford has sent 50 to Chief Cowles for the Po'jce Mutual Aid association fund in ap preciation of the work done b;- the department at the time of the ir.t 'l Garde fire. A cheek for $10 has been received for the same fund by Chief Cowles In appreciation of the recovery of goods by Detective Du'niap. Th? donor of the second amcun is J. C. Goldbaum & Co., of Chu-;h stivt. RAXQVKT FOR IR. C.HM ALT. Dr. William H. Carmalt is to be the guest of honor at a conipimf.nal.v banquet Thursday evenng, March 5, at the New Haven house, to be given by his friends In the medical profes sion in this city. Dr. Carmalt after a long term of service as professor of surgery In the Yale Medical school retired last fall, being succeeded by Dr. Joseph Mar shall Flint, who came 'from the Uni versity of California.' It Is expected that there will be a large attendance. S T I h T ON AND ' Crimson Cheddar C he e s e imported in air tight sealed glass jars. J" QA chance for good livers A T to try the two most famous ; of English Cheeses. tt ClUsually imported in r loaves so large as to put j them out of the running lor ordinary mortals. 50 cents each. 4- Drawn Poultry, The greatest treasure in all the world, in the line of food products, is to get hold of poultry drawn when killed. It is appetizing, delicious, and nutritious. , It is the only kind we handle. Why not try som,e ? - Turkeys, , , . Chickens, Capons, v Ducks, Fowls, Broilers, , ' Squabs, Guinea Hens. N. B. Saturday, Washington's Birthday, our store closes at noon open Friday evening. I TO RELIEVE POOR Conference to be Held in the Mayor's Office for Better -( i ing Conditions. WORK FOR UNEMPLOYED Idea Is to Supply Employment Rather Than Offer Charity to the ., , ' ; Men. A' conference wili.be held this after Doon In the mayor's office by several prominent "New Haven cltlsens, and Mayor James B. Martin, to formulate plans to alleviate, or at least to relieve the distress existing: among the city's poor. After a (Conference with the di rector of public works, Frsncls W. Foley, and superintendent of streets, W. O. Cronln, yesterday morning, and discussing all phases of the situation, the mayor determined to ask men or various business activities to confer with him on the subject, as the talk with the two former named officials but emphasized the utter helplessness of the city to employ those men out of nd needing work. Following the morning's discussion, the mayor met William Costello, of the Trades council, E. I Warden of the Civic societies, tHils E. Stoddard and Prof. William Bailey, the latter of the octological department of Yale, an talked the matter over but no solution f the problem was reached. All were Satisfied however, that there should be work given to the men rather than charity. "Just what will be done Is an open question, but with the experience that the gentlemen I have Invited to advise r-lth me, will be able to bring to bear, I see no reason why the present deplor able conditions among the poor of the city cannot be at least alleviated," said the mayor yesterday afternoon. Mayor "Martin sent a copy of the fol lowing letter to the Hon. Alexander Troup of the New Haven Union; Rev. Watson I Phillips, Harry W. Asher, Rev. Fsther John D. Coyle. William Costello of the Trades council, Louis E. Stoddard, Ernest L. Warden. Prof. w. B. Bailey, the last three gentlemen nf the Associated Civic societies. 8. O. Preston, agent of the Organized Chari ties; Herbert C. Warren, of the Cham ber of Commerce, and Sidney Perrin Butler, the president of the Business Men's association: Dear fir: 1 You will greatly oblige me If you could find it convenient to attend a conference to be held In the mayor's of fice, the City tialt. to-morrow iTusdiy afternoon at 3 o'clock, for the purpose of considering the condition of the un employed and needy e? our city, and discussing and forming plans for their relief. Yours, etc., .(Signed) JAME3 B. MARTIN. Mayor. MARRIED IN THIS CITY. New York and Now Hampshire Couple Hero. Lloyd St. Van DeVenter, aged 25, and Anna' Stearns Blake aged 23, call ed at the city hall yesterday to be married. Tne ceremony was performed with all of the necessary eclat by Jus tice of the Peace George N. Rowe, and the couple departed smiling. The groom is an accountant, and lives at 15 West WSth street, New' York. The bride Is the daughter of Nelson T. Blake of Hampton, N. H. The groom Is the son of Charles H. Van DeVen ter. They arrived at city hall about 11 o'clock' and walking into the office of Registrar James J. Carr, asked for a license. They' were accompanied by two students, and said that they were In a hurry. They were eloping. The license was quickly ordained, and the party then went to the office of the board of charities and corrections. There they were escorted to an ante room and In a few seconds Justice of the Peace RoWe had tied the knot and the couple had made their escape from the reporters through ' a side door. Washington, Feb. 24. The unusiml spectaiTe of the committee on rules be ing overruled by Its chairman, the speaker, on the floor of the house of representatives, was witnessed In that body to-dny, much to the discomfiture of Mr. Dalzdl, a member of the com mittee. Mr. Dalzell brought in a res olutinn providing for an Investigation of peonage in the southern states, but tlu speaker, on an objection by Mr. Mann (Ills.) held It was not privileged. Despite Mr. Dalzcll's argument, the speaker ref.ised to alter his decision and the resolution was re-committed. The army appropriation bill, carry ing $S3.0(Vr,i6S was taken up. After Mr. Hull, la.) had explained Its provisions,. Mr. Slayden (Texas) criticized "the enormous extravagances for the mili tary establishment, "while Mr. Holll day, (Ind.) pleaded for Increased pay for the enlisted men of the army. Other speeches were delivered by Mr. Hamilton (la ), who favored tariff re vision, and by Mr. Washburn (Mass.) In favor of removing the restrictions of the Shermai antl -trust law regarding organizations of merchants in certain cases. At 4:57 p. m. the house adjourned. Coffee PLAN INAVGlRAJi liCARn. A pla,n Is being discussed for form ing a national guard out of the old historic companies of the country to march as the presidential Inaugural parade at. Washington every cam paign. If the plan is carried out it would not only include the Foot Ouard of this city and Hartford, as well as the Richmond Blues, but also the Putnam Phalanx of Hartford, the Old Guard of New York, the Ancient and Honor ables of Boston, and the Wooster Con tinentals, but also several similar com panies and the general effect of all the companies in a parade would be a most striking one. Including as they do many of this country's most prom inent men. TO BENEFIT THE POOR. Washington, Feb. 24. Ocean mall subsidy and currency legislation were both the subjects of speeches In the senate to-day. Senator Gallinger opened .the debate in favor of his bill for o(ean mall sub sidy to build up an American merchant marine, and he was followed by Sena tor Depew, who strongly approved the measure. Senators Simmons of North Carolina and Whyte of Maryland spoke In criti cism of thV Aldrlch currency till; Sen ator Whyte announcing that he would not vote for any measure now before ihe senate. The financial world, he sdded, had been on a "monumental Jag" andstoek gambling had been run ning riot. Enormous sums bad been invested in wild cat enterprises, riot ous living had been Indulged In, the extravagant building of castles had gone on until checked. Credit had be come top heavy. The financial world hod become debauched. IAs In all pin les, he said, these conditions had been followed by the work of restoring the shattered constitution of the patient. An hour was devoted to a further consideration of the bill to revise the criminal code and at 5:14 the Senate adjourned. S. S. ADAMS. Tvro Telephones, ( nil 4200 or 4201. MAIN STOIti:. COII. STATE AND COl'UT STHEETS. rirnnrh Sloreai XIO Ilonnnl Ave., 743 Urnml Ave., 0Q!l Ilnnnril Ave., T Shel un Ave., 155 l.lojd St. , I The Best Poultry. One of. the essential points which has made for the suc cess of this store is best qual ity. It is very easy to offer an inferior article at a lower price than the genuine, but contin ued success must be backed by a standard of reliability. You are always sure of get ting the BEST POULTRY from our meat , department fine young Turkeys, . Long ' Island Ducks, Philadelphia Chickens, Philadelphia Capons, Philadel phia Squabs,1 Milk-Fed Broiling Chickens, The R.H. NesbitCo. Church and Elm Streets. BRANCH STORE, 275 Edgcifood Avenne. pESTAgtANf CrestaBlanca SoiivenirVintages "The Standard Wines of California." To be had of the Agents: 3StS-taXiSr The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 CHAPEL ST. ENGLISH WALNUT MEATS SHELLED WALNUTS. The finest qunlity of Shelled English Walnut Meats at 32c per lb, ' 'ou save time mid trouble, and get perfect meats. Shelled Almonds 50c per lb. ( ' . POULTRY VERY NICE. Wo have everything In the poultry line nb reasonable prices this week. FRESH EGGS. ,' IVcsh-galhercd Eggs arc a little higher, but very nice at 28c dozen. CALIFORNIA ORANGES. .- California Oranges, Florida Oranges anil Grape Fruil, 20c per doz. up. SVPTRR TO VOt'XG PKOHR. Daughters of the Ring Serve at W, Pa til's. A delightful supper was served lard evening at the Farlsh house of ft. Paul's church by the members of St. Paul's chapter of the Iaughters of the King to a larite number of the young peope of the parish. About 12 enjoyed the spendld supper w hich is furnished. The tables were very "at tractively sprfad and the diners found the tempting eatables as palatable as they were appealing to the eye. Rev. and Mrs. Perry. Rp. Franklin Knlglu and Rv. Floyd Steel Kenyon of the clerey of the church were present. MenTbers of the chapter of the Daugh ters of the King had entire charge of the arrangements and looked after the feeding of the multitude. Miss Flor ence Birney Is president of the chapter. ANNOUNCEMENT. I desh e to announce to my friends and the public Rencraliy, that pending a readjustment of my affairs, calis Intended for mc may be sent to Messrs. Lewis & Miycotfc, No. 1112 Chapel Street. Ali work will receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 675. HOBT. N. BURWUL, Undertaker, DEATHS. MEMORIAL COMMITTEE MEETING The citizen's Memorial day committee will meet In the City hall this year. Plans for the proper observance of the coming Memorial day will be discussed, but In all probability only In a general way. Local Aerlc of Eagles Preparing for Entertainment. The fraternal ordr of Eagles, aerie !42. are arranging for an entertain ment to 1e given for the benefit of the poor of our city the total receipts of which will be turned over to Mayor Martin for distribution. The time and place of the entertainment will ! be stated later. The committee of arrangement is ' as follows: J. J. Kinney, chairman; T. I P. Flood, secretary; E. Fertman, J. I Missermeir. P. F. Cannon. C. Petrello, Joseph Efland. E. A. Iiwton, B. Ar ; rirk. C. Hofacker, H. Relckel. George I Keim. H. Keenan. STREET COMMITTEE MEETING. The ahlermanic committee on atrp..s will hold a public metlng in City hall to-ntght. Several petitions will be pre sented at this time. Aldermen Stanton, Leonard, Vanacore, Loos and Russell constitute the committee. "A DINNER Would not- b" a dinner to nie if it were robbed of soup ,'ind salad."' No doubt ninny nre of the same opin ion, which allows for the following suggestion: Facts. Kraneo-Ainerlcaii Pounsare better than those made at home tunny times, and lots 'ess bother. They are pack ed in convenient, sized sterilized cans. Contents. Can. Itoen. Half-pint, Imllvtdiinl 10c. $!.U Pint, two plates or three cups I Sc. 3. flit Quart, four plates of five cups 30c. 3.6o Gallon, seventeen plates or. eighteen cups sv. Artichokes make a flue green sal.ij. serve on leaves of lettuce, phlckory. spinach or enrtive. FRESH VEGETABLES. BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. Fresh String Roans, Egg Plant, Cauliflower, Sweet Potatoes, 'Spinach; Kale, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Bermuda Onions, Summer Squash. D. M. WELCH & SON. New Numbers 3840 CONGRESS AVENUE west hatom. rin HAVEN. PRICES THAT APPEAL i ' TO ECONOMIC BUYERS Fancy Fowl Mo Fancy Legs Lamb.. Mc Pork Chops: . . . ........... 9c Fancy Hncon : . p Mc Sugar-Cured Ilnms ..Mc Haw Reef Inl. Do Fresh Iltimbmg, 3 lbs 25c Bread Flour, Bag ...75c Can Tomatoes 9a Can of- Peas , ; . 9c Can of Cnni 9c Can SI ra wherries '. 9o Can Raspberries 9c 3 Assorted Cans 25c Fnnrls thenrts) CATARRH A Reliable Remedy Ely's Cream Balm It quickly borhd. Gives Relief it Once. Itclenes, soothes, heals and protects the diseased mem. brane r -suiting from Catarrh and drives way a Cold in the nesa qnicwv. Italian stores the Senses of RAY B LVLM Taate and Smell. Full size 50 cts., at Drug gists or by mail. U liquid form, 75 rents, tly Brothers, 56 Warren Street. New Tort FftRRlf In this city. February !1, I9ns, Catherine Cannon, wife of John .1. Ferris. Finiernl will take p'ee from the resl oVnre of her sifters, the Misses Cin non. M5 Chapel Street, Wednesday morn In w at ft o'clock. Solemn re quiem hlfth mass at St. Patrick s church nt S:3n o'clock. f 2S It JONES At ghert Reach, February 2.1. 110X. Phoebe Caroline Bennett, wife of h'amuel K. Jones. Funeral services will be held at her late residence, Hungalow i.ane, on Tuesday afternoon at half-past two o clock. Friends are invnen to nt tend. Interment. In Fair Haven cent . eterv. f!l 2t BOt'HNK In thl rlty, February 24, 1!K. Edward H.iyloril Konnm, pin fdppor of history In Vale university In the Mh year of his age, Notice of funeral hereafter. f2f It SIMMONS In this city. February 24,1 190S. fjenrge H. Simmons. In the 53d vear of bis ae. Funeral services will be held at.Nn. 315 Orchard street, on Wednesday after noon nt half-past two o'clock. FrenJ8 are Invited to attend. f 25 It nSliOHN- Kntered Into rest, February 24. 1!es. Helen 8. Bradley, widow of Ml'nott K. Osbom. Funeral services will be held at St. Paul's church on Wednesday after noon .it 3 o'clock. f2a 2t B1.AKKS1.EV-Kntered Into rest. Feb ruary 22, ises. Mary Morse, widow or Jothntn T. Itlakesley. Aited 72 year Funeral services will be held at her Inte residence. No. 1H I-ake place, o.i Tuesday afternoon at two o'cloch Friends sre invited to attend, f 24 2t ANPK.RSON-, --Suddenly. In 1hls city, February, 22. 1!0X, Harrlette Morti mer, wife of John '. Anderson. Funeral services will be held at her late residence. No. RT5 Whitney ave nue, on Tuesday afternoon at half past 2 o'clock. Friends are invited to attend. Please omit flowers. f24 21 AVFRILL In Rranford, February 22. tftftS. Oeorare M. Averill. aged S; vears. Funeral service wl'l be held at Trin ity Episcopal chruch. Branford. Tues day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Friends are invited. f24 It Small Artichokes, in oil Including the heart, ir KlaPS . Small Arllclmkes, in oil Including the heart, ir tin Carelfnnl (small Art! Each. ro7,e;i i 4e. $l.:,f . 60i- 5.50 1 . 55e. 6. BO ! 70e. S. 25 I. ! 55c. " fi.50 . 75c. 8.5ft SCHOENBERGER'S 615 Howard Av5. it Shelton Ave. 521 Ehn St 150 Greenwood St. X x f Mi T Friday, Feb. St, 100S.. DON'T FORGET TTT- ft 3 L ( we are neaaquariers ior John Cimmr sSon Cl 918 VJ CHAPEL .ST. Canned Asparagus Does QUALITY count with you ? Do you want as fine a canned Asparagus as is possi bly packed ? Then try a can of our Royal Red Brand from Vacaville Preserving Company, Vacaville, Cal., at a; remarkably low figure. The regular selling price i3 40 cents Per can- ut as we purchased these goods at a low figure we are going to sell them Full Length Grass TIN 25c Cut Flowers and Flowering Plants. John N. Champion & Co. If2 CHACEL ST. i T am: A-AV , i w ii j j Jx. XX T V The Large, White and Plump Kind. v 7 AND 9 CHURCH ST. Phon. 1046. ii L. C. Pfaff & Son, HART MARKET COMPANY Do you want the choicest market supplies ? Look at our fresh-killed Native Broilers and Roasting Chickens. Capons, Calves' Livers and Sweetbreads. Home-made Sausage Meat and Pork Loins. 180 Temple St. Apples Pem to be quite plenty. Th farmers still 1 have some. We eunnot elulm monop oly of the business, but when It comes to duality our Vermont stoek Is far anl away superior to any srrown In this part of the county, and we hava al- most every variety. Peaches, Prunei and Nectarines are here not the rtrle.l kind but fresh from tha trees. A new , lot of Java oranges came yesterday. Strawberries and Hot House Grapes. THE J1IHROR FHCIT STORE. J. B. JUDSON, 856 CHArL ST. IIKAKIMJ "N AltTKSlAN vr,I.I. The sperial alderniaiiic mm mil tec. ronftistlnjt of Aldermen Kenna, Hurk". Mulvey, K'lley and Heldcn. appointed during the Stndley rrsiuie to bold a bcirlne on the qnestm of pttin the contract for the ele.-tric pump for the artesian well on the Ei"pen without bld. will meet .Thursday nieht in the City hrili. Director of Public Works F. V. Foley will in all probability appear be fore the committee and give his views on the question, ' IS IT ENJOYABLE? F yin like tm are mtti people with defective teeth U ymm set '.hlak ethi nonld be 4lctreeae4 II rnr, were that wart Kw dne't let then net beyvad the help et a t-eod deatlat. If ne at year teeth la nlerJag. have aa brlda the apaee with eae that la the him tola, ahepe ead atae ef the aataml eae. PHIU. DENTAL ROOMS TBI CHAPEL ST. KEY FITTING fun and LocksmltWnj. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO 68 Center SL, I H. Bissttt, Mgr, It S A CLEAN HOUSE, A CLEAN CHURCH, A CLEAN HOTEL, . that, employs The Vacuum Cleaner. Telephone 2700 and get ths small cost.