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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1908. LENTEN SERVICES United Worship of All Episco pal Churches at Trinity. BISHOP JAGGAR TO PREACH One Speaker Only Will be Heard at t the Knt Ire Series Tills . ' Year. The United Lenten services of the Episcopal chirches of the city will be held this year in Trinity church. The first service will be held on Ash "Wednesday, JIarch 4. In recent years the services of a distinguished preach er has been Jsecured for each of the . united gatherings. This year an en ' tire change has been made in this re spect, and the preacher for the whole 'series will be the Right Rev. Thomas i A. Jaggar, D. D., of Boston, who is in charge of the European churches. The 'special musical services by the vested choir will be given on Sunday morn ing,. March 15 and on the evening of Easter Sunday. . The full list of the services is as follows:, SiinIny. Holy Communion, 8 a. m., also April 6th t 10:30. Morning prayer and sermon at 10:30 a. m. on all Sundays except April 5. (Morning prayer on April 5 at 9:30 a.m.; confirmation at 10:30 a. in.) Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30 p. m.( except March 15. (Special musical service March 15.) Ash Wednesday. Holy communion at 8 a. m. M,orning prayer, litany and sermon at 10:30 a. m. United Service at 7:45 p. m. Wofk lnjn. ' (Until Holy Week.) , Monday, 5 p. m.; evening prayer. Tuesdays. 5 p. m.; evening prayer anil address?. Wednesdays. 10:3.) a. m., morning prayer and litany (followed by Bible study I. 7:45 p. m., united service 'n Trinity church: sermons by Rt. Rev. Thomas A. Jaggar, I.) D. Thursdays. & p. m., evening prayer. Fridays, 5 p. m.. litany and address by Rev. Charles O. Scovllle. Saturdays. 5 p. ni evening prayer. Holy ek. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 10:30 a. m.; morning prayer and ante Communion; 5 p. m evening prayer on Monday and Tuesday. Maundy Thursday, 10:30 a. ni., morn ing prayer and Holy Communion; 8 p. m., service in commemoration of the institution of the Holy Communion, with celebration. Good Friday, 10 a. m morning pray er, litany and sermon: 12 to 3 p. m., the Three Hours' devotion. Easter Even. 5 p. m., Holy Baptism. Knsfer Day. . 6:30 a. in.. Holy Communion; 8:30 a. m.. Holy Communion; 10:30 a. in., morning prayer and sermon, followed by Holy Communion; 3 p. m., Sunday School Easter Festival; 7:30 p. m., eve ning prayer and musical service. Conflriiinllon Lecture. The first of the confirmation lectures wHI bs given In the church on Sunday, February 23. at 3 p. m. Further arrangements will be made to suit, the convenience of any who cannot be present nt this time. Children's service in the Parish House on Wednesday, at 4 p. m. ! I ENLARGEMENT I AS The spring hats promise to be very airy and ethereal. The first heralded are big transparent affairs of dotted net and this not only in black as hith erto, but in brown and other shades as well. They are trimmed solely with! immense wired bows of net or lace in the same color. A bit of flams color proclaims a cos tume In touch with the latest cry of fashion, says Vogue, and it is lovely when introduced in a neck bow, which is of flame velvet striped in black with a plaiting of uneven edged Valencien ues to back It. A snug knot of black taffeta is the center. With a dark tail ored gown or suit this lilt of gay color is admlrabla. The Grecian tunic effects have brought out new hair decorations in the shape of filets. These seems tojbe the only correct coiffure adornment when a gown built on Grecian lines is worn, and tho bands of gold, silver or jot, are seem In a number of designs. At the G A M B L E-D ESMOND STORES this morning the most charm ing silks for summer gowns and waists that you ewsr saw, go on sale. Fresh, new spring silk, wonderfully low pric ed, for both colors and black. Shirt waist suits of taffeta on the dainty summer silks bid fair to bo as popular this season as ever. The waists are tucked with the long, slender ef fect, and the skirts are of full plaited or gored,deslgn trimmed at the bottom with deep folds of bias silk. Two colors which harmonize beauti fully are tan and green. Almost any shade of tan or green will combine with good results. This Is fully dem onstrated in a tan chiffon dress with hands of pale green silk on the skirt and narrow bands on the waist which is made collarless, and has a finish of green at the neck and on the low er edge of the sleeves. Heather bloom moire is used for pet ticoats and the material Is well suited for something just a trifle less expen sive than the silk skirts. Black silk skirts are lace trimmed and look well under silk voile dress skirts. CHEERS FOR HADLEY. Yale's President Says America Is Still on Top in Spite of Trip. President Hadley was given a rousing ovation yesterday afternoon by the students on the university campus near "tt'oodbrldge hall. Captain Biglow of the football eleven, led the cheering and about 2,000 students joined In. Presi dent Hadley was called to the window and briefly addressed the throng. He Bald: "I felt the welcome in the air three days ago when the Marconi operator came to me and told mo that I had a wireless message from the Yale Pally iNews.. That made me feel at home and the feeling has been growing ever since. 1 congratulate you all on the way you have been running the college In my absence, but with Secretary Stokes, Treasurer MeOlung and the chairman of the News In charge there was no fear. This triumvirate has suc ceeded very well, with the help of oc casional advice from the advisory com mittee. The old proverb that 'A man changes his skies but not bis feelings' till holds good and there is no one who values more the privilege of be ing ah American than I do. When one's duty provides that Tie live for tijnie time In a foreign country, he comes back more than glad of the op ' portunity of being a Yale man and an (American citizen. ' Rich golden brown broadcloth Is seen combined with white in a jaunty afternoon gown.' The jacket Is one of the close fitting cutaway styles, with white vest. The dress Is simply trim med with brown silk braid and the touch of white is shown on the gloves and white wings look very stylish on the little brown hat of sailor shape. REMODELING SALE. CARPETS Kl We Must Have Room. Tapestry Brussels Carpets. The Best Prints. ' 78c yd. 87c yd. 95c yd. 15c Embroideries 9c. Choice Cambric and Nainsook Edgings, 4 to 9 inches wide ; are good fast Edgings and regu!arl2 1.2c and 15c a yard values. Makes of Drum MADE, LAID AND LINED. . t Velvet Carpets ma nunc m ya. jffir $1.15 yd. LINED. These prices afford you a sav ing of 15c to 35c per yard. :: Body Brussels Carpets $1.29 yd. $1.44 yd. lined. These arc the liest makes of Body Brussels In America. ;;Two Facts i;To Remember That tills special sale will end Mnrtii 20; that up to that date cash lias a Inlying power tlint cannot lie duplicated on standard carpets. The new lines Hint will lie of fered mi opening our new show rooms will lie announc ed later. ! Window Slide Co. I 15-81 GRANGE STREET :: l'OOT OF CENTER STREET. MEET ME PACE TO FACE, BRIEF MENTION. High water to-day at 7:39 p. m. The Political Equality eluh w(ll meet at City Mission building, Orange street, this afternoon at 3 p. m. The topic for discussion will be "Life Work of Susan B. Anthony." Ward S. Roebo, for twenty-five years the caretaker of East Rock park, died In Brooklyn, Wednesday, at the age of eighty-four years. The flag will be displayed nt half-mast as a tribute to his memory to-day, at which time tho ( funeral will take place. Mr. Boebe lived at 14 Hobart street for many ! years and left New 'Haven August last to make his future home in Brook lyn. The railroad branch of the Y. M. C. A. has begun an evangelistic campaign on the New Haven system and yester day noon Rev. D. D. iMunro, pastor of the Calvary Baptist church, addressed a large gathering of railroad men at the railroad shops. A revival of this kind is an innovation on the New Ha ven, although the same work is being done by religious workers in other pec Hons of the country. .V. I 'Ik'' ''(' 1 40 ALWAYS HUNGRY Ordinary Fowl Never Satisfied Her. A young lady in Minn, writes of her experience: ' "After a disheartening struggle for five years against the ills attendant on nial-assimilation of food, I am at last on the high road to recovery and' feel Impelled to give credit where it Is due. "Some years ago I had a long ill ness due to stomach trouble. Every meal I ate caused me either excruciat ing pain or a dull heavy misery that was even worse. I weighed but 90 lbs., was almost hopeless as I found that a poorly nourished body means lack of brain power and ambition. "I was always ravenously hungry and while I could not eat the appetiz ing dishes on the table, I longed for them. That longing is what prompt ed me to try Grape-Nuts. The food had a flavor that I liked rich with out being heavy. "I left off my daily laxative as .1 found I did not need it for Grape Nuts was so easily digested, constipa tion soon disappeared. I found, too. that I did not grow tired of Grape Nuts and continued to eat it. "It forms my breakfast exclusively end I also eat it with eggs and fruit for my other meals. I have gained 10 pounds In less than a year and that Is nothing compared with my gain in strength and courage. "I can now eat a hearty meal which tatisties my appetite and It doe not leave me. as formerly, feeling as though I had dined on tacks." "There's a reason." Name given by Postum Co.. Battle Creek. Mich. Read "The Koad to YellvUle," in pkgs. As a result of the recent heavy rains : and slush which had collected In the streets and flushed into the sewers, Superintendent Mulvey of the sewer department has been compelled to put extra men on the catch basins in the central parts of the city. I am having a little sale of my own now a real Disbrow Sale Not for MT benefit but for YOURS. Troof? Here It Is: $1.50 and J 2.00 Cltiett Negligee Shirts $1.15 $3.00 Silk Knitted Bias Stripe Ties $1.15 EOe Underwear 3Rc My prices a.v always low for quality, but this Is practically giving the goods away. YOIRS, DISBROW Corner Churcli and Center St In response to the petition of a large number of business men, as well ns the postofllce officials of New Bri tain, the officers of the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad stated a short time ago that the Boston express train leaving Hartford nt 2:58 p. for 'Meridrn, New Haven and York, would make a regular stop Berlin (New Britain junction) as soon as the necessary orders could be issued. m Nonpareil Laundry C0, l Incorporated.) H.CH-CLASS WOIVK We io the work lor the leading fam ilies and store. 271 Blalchley to, New Havsi Con, Tourist Ruffling 8c a box. A lot of the famous "Tourist" Ruffling, three yards in a box, worth 12 l-2c a box. ' Just for Friday at 8c a box. 59c Sheets for 49c. These Sheets have a seamed cen ter, are made of Bleached Cotton of medium heavy quality, sizes 72x90 and 81x80. Worth up to 59c. Four Handkerchiefs for 5c Women's Fine Laundered Hand kerchiefs, with 1-4 and 1-2 inch hems, excellent quality, Just for Fri day, Four for 5c. . 9 tolO A.M. Ten 5c Bars of Swift's Pride Soap for 25c. lOtollA.M. Crystal Glass Tumblers, reg ular 2S$c dozen, at 19c a dozen. "Where arc you going, my pretty maidh Going to Malley's, kind sir, she said." 'What is your fortune, my pretty maid? Just-for-Friday fortune, kind sir, she said.' THE GOOD FORTUNE that invariably travels hand in hand with good shopping judgment was never more keenly demonstrated than in this attached list of one-day money-saving opportunities in " wantables " for the whole family. It'll be a "rousing" Just-for-Friday. Look over the list and you'll say so too. : IB B B 0 El n to n B B to to to B to to to B B B B to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to 8 to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to a to Remnants Dress Goods 39c yard. We have secured a few more of the 6ame class of Remnants we had a week ago and the values 89c to $2.00 a yard will make them sell quickly. 2 1-2 to 7 yards. . . Silk Remnants 39c a yard. One to eight yard lengths of genuine 75c and $1. Silks, fine qualities in Plain and Fancy Silks, waist, trimming and lining lengths; good wearing kind. 40c Heatherbloom and Satteen 19c yd. Remnants of genuine Heatherbloom and the best grade of mercerized Sat teen, yard wide goods in good line of colors, also Fast Black, lengths are 1 to 5 yards, for Lining or Underskirts. .Wash Qoods Remnants 1-3 Off. Very attractive collection of Choice Wash Goods, such as Ginghams, Percales and Printed Flannels; also White Goods of all kinds at 1-3 Off the Regular Prices. . Lining Remnants 10: a yard. 260 Remnants of fine Percales in Black, all colors, 1 to 6 yards in length, and worth from 15 to 25c, all at one price Friday. Friday 25c. Heavy Tin Covered Bread Raiser and footed bottom, like cut, a SOc value this sale 25c each. Friday 10c. Henis Fruit or Veg etable Press, just what you want for Jellies, Riced Pota toes, Cranberry Sauce a regular 20c value, this sale 10c. Friday 10c. Four Arm Cherry Wood Towel Rack, a regular 19c rack, this sale 10c. Friday 19c. 12 qt. seamless Granite Dish Pan, a regular 49c value, this sale 1 9c. Friday 39c. Malley Special Razor, regular 50c, this sale 39c. Friday 49c. Gray Granite Tea Kettle, choice of medium or large size, regular 79c, this sale 49c. Ash Barrel 75c. Galvanized Ash Barrel, with heavy cast iron handles, extra deep, a regular $1.50 value. One only to a customer. Preserve Kettle 29c. Gray Granite Preserve tie, regular 46c. At 29c, Ket- Suit Case $3.95. Strong Cow Hide Suit Case, shirt pocket, fancy plaid lining and a regular $6.25 value. Cup and Saucer 8c pr. Blue Decorated Cups and Saucers, regular $1.50 dozen, special 8c pair. Cuspidors 25c. Extra large Cobalt Blue with gold stippled edge and stamped body. Regular 39c. Mantles 3 for 25c. Malley's celebrated Blue Mantles, regular 10c each, special 3 for 25c. If Friday 39c. Galvanized Garbage Can, with cover and bail, value 59c, this sale 39c. Sugar Bowls 10c. German China Sugar Bowls, nicely decorated and tinted tops regular 19c. Set of six $1.49. Quadruple Silver Plated Table Spoons, Dessert Spoons, Me dium Forks and Dessert Forks. Regular $5.40 dozen. Japanese Tea Pot 10c. Fancy Blue Decorated Jap anese Tea Pot, regular 20c. Frujt Saucers. Decorated German China Fruit Saucers, regular 60c doz. Just for Friday at 40c dozen. , Cup and Saucer 4c. White Cups and Saucers, slightly imperfect, regular $ 1 dozen, while they last 4c pair. Bon Bon Basket $2.00. Cut Glass, rich deep cutting, regular $4.00, while they last $2.00. . Manufacturers' Sample Boys' Pants 39c. Just picked up a lot of Boys' Knick erbocker Pants, all manufacturers samples, no two alike, in Brown, Gray and Blue Serges, Light and Dark Gray Worsteds and fancy Mix tures, ages 2 1-2 to 15, all spring patterns, worth 75c to $1.50 Bar gain Table, Rear Main Aisle. Two Hours 9 to 11 A.M. 25c lb. Note Paper at 10c lb. We 've managed to get hold of a few hundred pounds more like that which went like hot cakes a couple of weeks ago. 90 sheets genuine Organdie cloth finish, snow white Writing Paper for ICc. Is "run of the mill ", carries the water mark of a very famous make, which we are not allowed to print. Never sold except on such an occasion for less than 25c a lb. Just for Friday at 10c a lb. Dinner Sets $5.50. ' ; Three American Porcelain Dinner Sets, slightly imperfect, that is, a few pieces are missing. One pattern decorated with roses, one with blue border and the other white with gold treatment. Worth up to $1 1.50. 7c Unbleached Sheeting 5c 36'in. wide, medium weight, ex. cellent for general house use. Reg. ular 7c value. Quantity restricted. I. S. Corsets 69c. 250 pairs of these well known I. S. Corsets made on the nt west deep hip model, of a very heavy Jean, best of steel boned, and front and side hose supporters attached, all sizes 1 8 to 30, value $1.00. 50c Art Centers 27c. 24 Inch Linen Centers, handsome designs, regular SOc. $1.00 Bags at 50c. all leather, regular Balloon Bags, $1.00 value. Children's 15c Hose 11c. Boys' and Girls double knee, heel and toe, Fast Black Ribbed Cotton Hose. Regular 15c values. 15c Veil Pins(at 7c. Gold P!ated Veil Pins, worth 15c. Just for Friday 7c. Rubber Boots $1.00. Odd lot of Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's Storm King and Short Boots, broken sizes, to close the lot, values up to $3.50 at $ 1 .00. Child's Underwear 12c. 50c Belts 29c. The clean-up of all our Boys'' and Jf tej!!'1 Studded, IBelts, with r ... , . . Steel Buckle. Regular 50c. Girls' Underwear, that sold for 25c a 8 y garment. Not all sizes. : : 1 , 35c Art Centers 17c. w, , u . 18 Inch Linen Centers, regular Women s 50c Hose at 25c. 3 , Importers' Samples, full regular A,.V..i made. Cotton and Lisle Thread, In 75C Art Centers 39c. Hermsdorf Black and colors. 27 inch Linen Center Pieces, as- sorted designs, regular 75c. . Women's Petticoats 79c. How to Make Cake. Made of a very good grade of Black Stop in the Basement and see what Cotton Moreen, fast color, full width, splendid cakes the Van Deusen Pana alllengths. $1.00value. bake. Gold Rings 48c. Children's 10-karat Solid Gold Rings all the new desi8nsi,vous colored stones, tegular $1.00 to 12.00. Stock Collars 19c. Fancy Beaded and Silk Stock Col lors, Black and White, also colors, values 2ic and 37c. Pillow Cases 11c. Sizes 42x36 and 45x36 in., made of good quality cotton goods. Regu lar 14c values. Two-Day Club Plan Sfcle of "Norwood and "Demorest" Sewing Machines. Friday anl Saturday we will sell you either of these well known machines " Norwood " or " Demorest " for $18.50 upon our con venient club plan of One Dollar weekly. The machine will be de livered uoon payment of the first dollar. These machines are of three drawer top head type, with ball bearing stands, full set best steel attachments, five year written manufacturer's and our own guarantee. They sell regularly up to $27.50. Friday and Saturday 2c a dozen Needles 16c ; 25c Sewing Machine Straps 15c. Sewing Machine Section, Art Embroidery Annex, Main Floor. Corset Covers 18c. " French and tight-fltting, made of fine Nainsook, neatly trimmed with Torchon Lace and Insertion. Regu lar 29c value. 79c Women's Gowns 59c. Made of good quality Cambric and Nainsook, high and low neck, pretti ly trimmed with Torchon Lace; others with clusters of tucks and embroidery. Outing Flannels 6c yard A variety of good style Checks and Stripes In Blue and Pink, 9c valuer The Metropolitan Store of New Haven. n n n n n n u n to n to to : n a i B ' n to to & i a 1 n to to to to to to n n to to to to to to to u to to to to to m to. n to to to n to to a to to n to to to to to to to to to to to toe to to to to to to to to to. n to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to .4 iueTHOMRSON SHOP SALARIES ARE RETHTKD. HBHHHHSSHKIIKBMHHHMIJHHHHHSSBIIHflnB JJHMBHB0BHnn0fln00nnttWw for t hoir ni wt.i s. Oflirrrs of Now 11a vrn Rwd Among the First to Suffer Ias. Officers and puhrrdinates of the Nw Tork. New Haven & Hartford Rwilroad company, havins salaries of $2,000 and upwards, arc to suffer a reduction of 10 per cent. On salaries of between tl.200 and $2,000, there will be a re duction of 5 per cent. It is understood that them reductions will begin upon I the first of March. The total savings on all the reductions will be about $125,000 a year. As regards any reduction of wages of its hands, it is hop-d that the com pany will be able to avoid it. and ft will only be considered in the last extremity. Reductions of various kinds in payrolls have already been mad". whK h amount now fuots up to $70,000 a week. are prices Superb Reading Lamps of the -finest designs ohtainahle here at which ' conform exactly to those prevailing in New York. The latest designs in lighting fixtures. 46 ELM-STNEWIIrWENCT Some OilTcreiit An-aiiRcinrnt ,S"P.SCst nl In Hncltisc .McmhT. The prr;:ri,t way of locatinff fingers in many of the churches ous'it to be ( hanged fnr the good "( ",0 service. Some have the choir loft at the back of the audience, facing the pulpit. ethers have the singers in a 1'lt nacii can iiettcr be imagined than de ; ycribed. and yet we go on uncon crrncdly in the rame old way. and al low an important part of the most : hallowed services of onr exstence dur ing the most holy hours of the week to b thus handicapped. The remedy lies in having the organ manual directly in front of (Ho pulpit ' on the llonr f,f the rhurch and the 1 choir or singer or quartet have their 1.2(10 RELATIVES IX BRONX. s;iy the leavt. :eparation lvth i of the pulpit and ! tip Poth position i give the impress! oi I from thf pecplo a::d the scr.i' . ' 'If flinging anl prcaHiiPg ere to go i hand in hand in the r n.'"'t to uplift ' the people. i;v sho'ild he together on the same platform !n cfr- fiif of fie word. T;eer:c the "ilir'lion and plate the nnlnit in ba-'k or in front half way up between the finr and j the roof: ho.v nl,1(-i, ijispira'lo.i n.M I a. minister evoke fro-n the bark of j the heads of his airticr.ee? Wouldn't it look querr t see him or a third of him thus delivering a sermon rvor a ; curtained railing or high board par tition? The distracti.-n caused to- this ah : : 'ird Mt'iatinn bringing on a tmr-or-, war betwrr-., v. hut the audience's eyes fc'-'e in front ami the ear, hear in back leraMy higher t place en the pulpit platform. This brings the leaders closer to the peo ple and in immediate touch with the service. It also serves-to stimulate acquaintance hrtwen the minister and the choir, and both as a result work in closer harmony of thought and spirit. - st. Li t is NOT INSANE. Rorotigb lrrsioVnt Claims Kinship With Much of rupulatlon. N"ew Tork. Feb. 27. Louis F. Haffen, president of the Bronx, whose admin istration is being Investigated by the Commissioners of Accounts, declared this morning, while under examination, that he had 1,20-1 relatives In his bor- ! eugh. I This," statement was made in the ! j course of Commissioner Mitchell's j questions in regard to various mem-1 her? and connections of th Haffen ! I family whose names appeared on the: ! payrolls of the borough. There were ' seven nf thorn named altogether, and I j f-ur of these bore the name of Haffen. i ' They held positions all the way from that of an axeman at $3.50 a day to a general inspector at $2.4f;0. 15 r-AW After Examination hv riiy-b ians. ' TO ABOLISH STATION. Harry B. Lucas, who tried to commit i The order for the abolishment of The suit Me in the police 1..ckup Tuesday ' Co Jar Hill station was received in this morning, was found yesterday to be city yesterday. Accompanying the or r.ot instil.' by the police physicians ! der is incorporated a statement that who examined him and in the city i the New Haven railroad is to locate court yesterday was bound over to the ! another station in the iminediate vi i superior courts I cinity. ,8'