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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1908.
White Goods FOR Undergarments, Etc. Our White Goods Department is re plete with every desirable fabric for Women'sand Children's Underclothing. We are showing a wide variety of ma terials, from the most Inexpensive to the very finer grades. White Goods Dept., Center Aisle. Long Cloth, 32 Inches wide. 15c, 19c and 35c yard. Long Cloth, 36 Inches wide, 2 5c and 39c yard. Long Cloth, 40 Inches wide, for the fashionable Margurette corset covers and one piece circular skirts, 25c a yard, Nainsook, 32 Inches. 19c, 25c, 39c and 50c. Nainsook. 40 Inches, for Marguerette corset cov ers, circular skirts and particularly desirable for Infants' wear, 25c, 39c and 50c. 'I A very line, soft and light weight linen, grass bleach ed, made especially for underwear: also suitable for waists. 36 lnohas wide, 85c a yard. Ma sal la Cloth, 32 Inches wide, a very soft fabric for all kinds of underwear, and particularly chemisettes, 63c a yard. Our Special Long Cloth. 12 yards In a piece, solt chiffon finish, wears and launders like linen, an ex ceedingly fine long cloth S 1.75 a piece. Tl?e (IJas-DJoiisoi? (p- tery. Rev. Father at the grave. Mitchell officiate MY RESIDENCE ON TRUMBULL ST. JS FOR SALE I This Is an old-fashioned, large j roomed, blg-Umbcred house, built, as I (ll,'J' used to build houses, to stand tor ; all time. It Is convenient, lias tbe ; improvements and is a most comfort able liome. Ten rooms. I , j Why do I want to sell It? Because my family lias outgrown the .size and we arc just (hdsliing a larger place mid don't need two. If you are Interested come and ! see nic at once, us the price I have i put on It is low for such a desirable place. ALBERT W. MATTOON Wholesale and Retail Segars, 808 Chapel street, Corner Orange. MATTOO.VS COKXEIl. Dr. Kdinund F, Thomson. Dr. Edmund Kanford Thompson, who was in practice in this city sev eral' yeara ago, died at the home of his father, Dr. George V. Thomson, in Belchertown, Mass., Sunday. Ills death was due to a very rare disease, pupura hemorrhagic. He leaves a widow and two children, a daughter, Dorothy, ten years old, and a baby girl eight months old. He is also sur 1 .Mf'wm''vvw English Mixed MUSTJRD THEY'RE coming back rirrVif nlrmrr frr "n n ntllPr "l""o' of that hot stuff jar Mustard ldence, R. I. AWARD THHKE CONTRACTS. CDry English Mustard, vived by his father and mother, Dr. ground in OliVe Oil looks and Mrs ueorge f. Thomson, and a like Mayonnaise Dressing, yet sister, Miss Lucy D. Thomson of Prov- , , . . J t witn an tne une ana tang oi clear Mustard left in. De signed for grown-ups who like something on cold meat that will start the tears. In wide mouth small jars, good looking enough to place on 3 t r- .aW HIGH SCHOOL NOTES At the Xew Hnveu High nchool au ditorium yesterday, Dr. Cunning made ; many important announcements. He announced the first baseball game of I the local High, which Is to he played jut the iale field next Saturday at 3 o'clock with the Yale freshmen. One Sewer Hid Results In Contractors' Tie. Bids for the construction of four new sewers were opened by Director Foley and City Engineer Kelly yes terday afternoon and three contracts were awarded because two contractors of the four who competed were tied for the lowest bid. , The bids receiv ed and the contracts awarded fol low ; Hassett street, from Winchester ave nue to Newhall street Dwyer and Mannix, $2,125; J. B. Whitby, $3,137. 50; Ryan, Unmade, $2,662; Thomas F. Ma her. 2,130. Contract awarded to Dwyer and Mannix. Everit street, from Cold Spring street to Canner Ryan-Unmack corn pan, $1,015; Flunk Brazos, $1,200; Thomas F. Maher, $1,160; J. B. Whitby. $1,747.50; Dwyer and Man nix, $1,112.50. Contract goes to Ryan-Unmack Co. Dixwell avenue, between Willis I street and city line J. B. Whitby, The sophomore debating society and $.022.50; Ryan-Unmack Co., $5,226, freshniHii debating noelety will hold an l6: Lwyer and Mannix, $4,290. Con- Interclass debate next Friday at the 'tract awarded to Dwyer and Mannix. science Lecture hall of the school at 1:10. The subject will bo, Resolved, I That all Japanese be excluded from this country The freshman will up j hold the affirmative and the sophomore I the negative side. METHODIST AFFAIRS Rev. J. E. Adams and Rev. Dr. Opodenough Prominently Mentioned. FORMER NEW HAVENERS They Are Mentioned 89 P.osslble Del . egates to the General Con- , , ference. This Is the time of the year when Methodists are preparing for their yearly sectional conferences. In addi tion to them this year there is to be the general conference at which will be present representatives from all parts of the world. It will be held in Balti more In May. Questions touching every phase of church work will be presented and policies for the future decided. ' Amorg a few of the much-tilked-of questions wfl be that of the length of pastorates. Eight years ago the dis tinctive mark of the Methodist preach- 'er was removed; up to that time It was Impossible for him to remain In one church longer than five years. Then i It was enacted that, while the pastor was appointed to his church year by : year, he could be returned as many years the appointing power should so - decree. The removil o the time-limit has rt been received with universal favor; It begins to look as though the question would again be presented, and there Is no telling as to Just the out come. Here in Connecticut the removal of the time-limit has worked most ac ceptably, and quite a number of pas tors are now serving long terms; one Is on his tenth year, and several are remaining in the same church beyond the former five-year limit. But a re turn to the tlme-llmlt will probably be urged by many of the delegates. There Is another question that is like ly to be debated; the reduction of the t-ize of the General Conference Itself. We have now In our ruling body the same number of laymen as ministers; and since that has been the law, the Conference has bpen very large and un wieldy. The present body will number noariy eight hundred. The delegates are elected according to the number of .rsinlsters, one for every forty-five ef 'feetlve memhers of an annual confer ence. The tjrch press has given pub--llclty to plans from many legislators. There Is one that appears feasible and looks as though It would work admir ably; it Is to elect delegates on the basis of church membership. It pro poses that the present General Confer ence settle the number to constitute the ' body in 1912 and then assign the rep resentation according to the member ship of the church. It is the same plan as that followed In electing members of Congress. Of course the election of new bishops Goodenough was formerly pastor of the East Pearl Street M. E. church of this city and ho Is well known In New Ha-, ven. He Is finishing his eighth year as pastor of one 'of the largest and most Influential churches. Among some of his district he was considered very fa vorably as a possible successor to the present presiding elder, Rev. V. A. Richard, whose term expires with this conference; but he was not avallahle as he was committed to the church at Bristol for another year. He will be a strong candidate as representative from the Connecticut pastors. In the Xew England Southern the represt ntatives vvilpbe largely from the Rhode Island and 'Massachusetts portion of thut con ferencei'but the presiding elder' of the Norwich district will have many votes. He Ig netv In his office, but Is gaining en enviable place In the affection of the preachers. Rev. W. 8. Mclntire, D. D., of Rockvllle, has many followers, as has also Rev. W. F. Davis of Pouth Manchester. The Genr ral Conference is the admin istrative body of the church, meeting once in four years. It Is the highest body In Methodism and the final count of appeal for all questions of ec clesiastical law and administrative pol icy, In Its membership w'll be found the most conspicuous ministers and laymen of the Methodist Episcopal church and The freshman girls of the divisions I A ""(I I Q who gave an entertain ment In Harmonic hall last Wednesday afternoon, announced that $33.50 was netted (or the school decoration fund. The girls are certainly beginning early to show good school spirit. A list of those eligible to try for valedictorian honors Is announced. R consists of nil senior who frequently received honors at the High school. the;e arc V. In all, out of wblih five will be chosen, two from Roardnvi'n and three from Hllliiotise. These stud ent are given until Monday, (April 27 to arrange their work. It must con sist of a thejne of about 810 words, suitable for a declaration at the senior graduation exerjlsrs. A committee will lie appointed to Judge those essays and the manner in which they are de livered. There are an even number of boys and girls trying, each numbering 11. Miss T.lnsley, who has done especially brilliant work In her studies, during her High school career, has already been chosen as one of the. speakers. The candidates are the following; Miss Ptarin, Miss Latham, Mls White, Miss Atwator, Miss Beecher, Mips Stuart, Miss Butcher, Miss Camp bell, M'ss Piper and Miss Pehndee. Messrs. Relchgott, Kleiner, Mary, Mnxmtltnn. Polerburg, Chldsey, Cart wright, Sequalla, C. Carroll and Hall. Chatham street, between Rowo and Ferry streets Thomas F, Maher, $570; Ryan-Unmack company, $570; Dwyer and Mannix, $655; J. B. Whit by, $697.60. No contract awarded. Inasmuch as the two had contrac tors could not be gotten together yes terday afternoon the contract will not be decided until to-day. 1 HAVEVT HAD PAY. Workmen at Stony Creek In Groat Hardship. About 150 workmen, who for months had been employed on a breakwater off Stony Creek, are raid to be In danger of suffering from ex posure and hunger. They have been fed and boused by' a contractor named Joseph A. te Lucca, at Stony Creek, but as he has been receiving! no money from the men or tho company, does not feel that ho Is able to help the suffering men indefinitely. the table APPLES Just to keep the matter FRESH in your mind, let aa say that we have a fine line of Apples Greenings Baldwins nrnnl1 ( Arkansas Black, (Fine) Oreoni Jonathan, (Fine) All stand the test of discriminating palates. SPECIAL Strictly Fresh Country Eggs, 4 dozen for X $1.00. I ' fc. 1 O1 The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 CHAPEL ST. 4 V i'MiiK,i)f;ni ix Porto mco. The senior class members have re ceived small pamphlets to he filled out, which will contain the class history of the seniors. Pitch questions as the handsomest, best athlete, most prom the general public will expect much of I inent, etc., etc., are creating unusual interest trom tne meeting at Baltimore. IAWSOX'S YVKOX GOLO. discussion and Interest. Brokers Waiting for RNc Only Small WooVs Sold. New York,' March ,30 - Yukon Gold stock was traded In during the first half of the day on the Broad street curb to the extent of 100.0CT shares, with most of the public buying small orders, ranging from ten to 100 shares. Afte opening at 6 3-4 and selling up to 7 1-4 within a few minutes, It gradual ly sold off and was 6 1-8 at noontime. Later It rebounded to 6 3-8, and wan pressed for sa'e nt that level. It Is probable that few persons tried to sell below seven who had bought be fore to-day The school will close at 12 o'clock Wednesday for tbe teachers are to vhjlt the different grammar schools In the city during the afternoon. Delegates to Xntlonnl Republican Convention F.Iccled. San Juan, Porto Rico, March 8'.- One hundred and nine out of th 110 delegates to the republican convention assembled In the convention hall yes terday. Roberto Todd and Francisco Quinones were elected delegates to the national convention. The alternates are Jose Gomez Rrhvo and Lucas Val dlvteso. The delegates go unlnstruct ed. The vote on tfee motion to In struct them was lost by 10R to 1. ta x accidkxt at magdxlkxa. Washington, March 30.-During tar get practice on Saturday at Magda lena bay 140 Inches of the muzzle of one of the six-Inch broadside guns of the Missouri blew off. The fracture, was a clean one, and did not Indicate any flaw In the metal. Practice wns -ntiniied, and the gun will be replac v a new one from the Washington na ' y.i.rn. no one was injured. I'r. Cushlng retained the senior elf: at the end of the devotional everrlse making many Interesting remarks. OBITUARY NOTES Mm. Josephine Kroll. Mrs. Josephine Kroll, an aged wom an W ho -resided at 352 Munson street, died yesterday at the New Haven hos pital. Death resulted from the infir mities of Old Rre. Deceased leaves since it gave little chance. ! one daughter. The funeral will take mcnts.. to matte any protlt. Brokers appeared place from her late residence Wed to be holding on all day, waiting for nesday morning at 8:30 o'clock, and the stock to go to 10 or 15 so they could j from St. Rcnlfaoe church at 9 unload at a huge profit, as It was pos-) vioek. Interment will he In St. slble to do In the summer of 1 W on Lawrence cemetery. Cox Henze ine great rise in . missing from around have charge of the funeral arrange eix t,J aoove uiiny. Trading was quiet m the Inst hour, with most of the sales around G 1-8. The low price up to 2:45 o'clock was cix. Total sales about 175,000 shares. Soionian R. Guggenheim, president of the Yukon Gold Mining and Dredging company, was quoted to-day as saying: "In view of the misleading reports regarding the attitude of the Guggen helms with respect to the marketing of the shares of the Yukon Gold com pany, I consider it but Just to our selves and to all concerned that we make our position plain. The arrange ment for the sale of 700.000 shares of treasury stock was made by (Daniel Guggenheim Just before bis departure tor Europe. We have no criticism or ficorKr A. Miner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Miner of 16 Jefferson street are receiving ex pressions of sympathy owing to the death of their only child, George A. Miner, jr., who passed away yester day morning at the age of three months. The little one was taken ill a fortnight ngo with bronchitis, which subsequently developed into double pneumonia. Mr. Miner Is the well known Adams Express company man who delivers In the center of the city. SEEDED PRUNES. Most everyone Is fond of rninrs, hut what a bother the seeds are! In this new Prune of ours there Is no danjrer of anyone swallowing a seed, because there aren't any to swallow. They are large, meaty Truiir, with a delicious flavor. Sale price this week 12 Cents Full Pound Package. Deep Sea Mackerel have the best flavor. V.avh fish weighs 1(4 pounds average, messed (heads off). These fish it re the most econom ical to use, as tlu-y are about all meat, no waste compared to smaller fish. Run Mx fish to the kit, ten jioimos, $2.(10 per kit : broken kit, 28c per pound. Tlnsc Wi equal nny Hint come from Gloucester, Mass. I,ooU I tip your last Invoice If yon have never tried ours, and save the difference In the cost. Kvcry fish guaranteed to he perfect. JOHNfiUBERTSs-SON Zf l VI CHAPEL . ST. C mi Creamery Butter. One of the most particular, nlso Im- portnnt, articles for the tame is mi- T11R. Our RVTTMl comes to tis twice each week from West Goshen (Conn.) Creamery, and Is made of pure sweet cream, l et tis place your name on mir standing order list each week and deliver when wanted. If you want Rood Hl'TTFK give us a trial. 5-pound boxes $1.85 1 -pound prints 40 D M. WELCH & SON, Offer CANNED ASPARAGUS. Large cans Asparagus, 2 cans for 25c. Makes a delicious salad. ROYAL ANN CHERRIES. ' 1 ! Extra heavy Syrup goods, large cans, 25c per can, and we lose money at that price. PURE HONEY. A drive In bottled Honey at JOc. f : MOLASSES AND SYRUP. , A Superior Table Syrup at 15c per can. A pure "Old-Fasluon" Mo lasses at 12 l-2c per can. OLIVES. Sale still on. A big bottle of Fine Olives, either stuffed or plain, foe 20c. A bargain in a 10c bottle. .. POULTRY. ! We have very nice Turkeys, Chickens and Fowl. Sold full-dressed. FRESH VEGETABLES. Our Fresh Vegetable list is a long one. We have everything In th market at bargain prices. , , , . ' ; CAR MAINE SEED POTATOES I , Vnloiidcd to-day. i . D. M. WELCH & SON. New Number! 3B-43 CONGRESS .VCN'sK WFST HAVEN. FAIR HAVEN, , Tuesday, March 81. - , : , ; SPRING LAMB GROWN IN NORTH KILLINGWORTH, CONN., WHERE THE GOOD. ONES COME FROM. FRESH MINT, ASPARAGUS, CUCUMBERS, STRING BEANS, RADISH, TOMATOES, Etc. L. C. Pfaff & Son, THE BEST MEATS. : SWEET BREADS Still Selling at 25 cents the pair. 7 and 9 CHURCH ST. Phone. 1046. 04 George St. 19 Congress At. 1816 and 770 State St. SSI Grand Ae. Thomas ( ins. Tho rinsitli niT'iirfrifl at U l fnnian no , will be among the greatest matters to complaint to make as to tbe manner of j ,25 Kast sgth strpPt yPW yor)i gun. ue tuiiaiuti ai nii ul-uucu. i iic invni j miiiKtung ine mock, una nave never; conspicuous candidate in this region j attempted to repudiate any of the i will probably be Rev. David G. Downey j statements published by Mr. Lawson j t). D., assistant secretary of tbe Sun- decerning the property." j day school fcublicatlons of the church, j ami formerly pistor of the North i MANY PIT TO WORK. church of Hartford. i Among the clergy and local churches the most discussed question is as to Bridgeport Idlers Given Jobs by the the men who are to represent the an- City. rual conferences In the General Con-' p1Hr , ' idle workmen were given emplnvwen ;arrIn"",-y"t'rda' morn,n "l 8,:" to-day by Public Works ulZ " p,ock- Tnore was a solemn requiem iiikii inns xi fmiru neari cnurcn hi 9 o'clock. Rev. Father Regan was ference. In Connecticut there are two i conferences: The Xejv York East nd the New- England Southern. There are some men In both conferences prominently mentioned as' possible del egates. In the New York East, which meets next week, Rrv. John E. Adams, I). D.. presiding elJpr of the Xew York district and formerly of the New Ha ven district, is rrobably BS faVoribiy Direetor Biltz. The city hall was crowded all i the forenoon with men in search of work who choked the corridors and j made them almost impassable. day afternoon of Thomas C. Kevins, at one time superintendent of the wire mill here. Funeral services will be held from hig late home -Wednesday morning. Mrs. Bridget Ditrkin. The funeral of Mrs. Bridget Darkin, widow of John Durkin, took place from .her late residence, 320 Columbus ENGLISH CHANNEL MACKEREL, Cooked and ready to eat as soon as the tin Is opened a dainty morsel f or j epicures j 18 Cents Tin. ! S. S. ADAMS, j Two TeFihne. r oll MI or 420t. I MAI !TOItK. rail. STVIR AKD COt HT STUARTS. Ilrnnrk S(.iri Itflfl H',itrl Ae., T4.1 Grnnfl Ave.. 0 Hn"rd Ave, T Miel- Ave., lft.l lAr nt. ANNOUNCEMENT. I desire to announce to the public that I am now acting in the espael'y of Family Representative In houses of mourning during the funeral period; attending to the many details whi-h i present themselves at such a time; ren i rierine ssslsianee to funeral director and representing the family on all c i easions. Attillfited wih a1' lending un dertakers. 1K. J. WIM.lt M KKXtF.V. Telephone 9288-4. The real enjoyment and licalthfnl nc of vegetables Is lit having litem fresh. Vegetables are a specially with us twelve months In Ihe year. The heM the marts afford Is here. C ut this list out for jotir order tills week: Spinach, Dandelions, licet Greens, string Beans. Roston t AMI lire, 1'lorida 1clliioc, ireen Peppers, Hothouse Carrots, Watercress, 1 Sweet Potatoes, Bermuda Potatoes, Bermuda Beets, Bermuda Unions, Spanish Onions. Iliilhonwe Cucumber, Rhubarb, Tomatoes, lYesh Mushrooms. tYesh OUra, TheRlNesbitCo. Church and Elm Streets. 1 BRANCH STORE, 76 EdgcwKid Avenue. Prices That Ought to Appeal to Everyoie Slired Hani le 1" Strictly Fresh Eggs ..... 18c doE Smoked Tongue. ... j .... le lh Good Table Butter. ..... .32c lb !!, lie lb (iood Bread Hour....;. 70o bag Pork (hops .....12e lh Tria Biscuit 8c pkge Sail Pork. . . . t 9c lb Can Apples .'.'.10c can One can each Corn, Peas, Tomatoes? 25c. Sliced Pineapple, per can, 10c, SCHOENBERGER'S IS Howard An. 11 Shelton Ave. Ml Elm St' 150 Greenwood St FOR ST. RAPHAElS HOSPITAL. The ladies" aid society of St. Ra- nientioned as any other of the presiding ' phael's hospital will hold its regular elders. He Is a great preacher and a meeting at the Knights of Columbus wise and conscientious administrator. bail on Chapel street Wednesday aft Among the pistors who are spnken ernoon at 3 o'clock. Plans for the Of is Rev. Ai'thur H. Goodenough of carnival to be held directly after i John Eohan. George Eohan and Chris Bristol. He hcK'C a conspicuous place Easter will be talked over, and the j topher Ledw'th. In his comnvyilty and in the State. DrJ report of the committee will be heard, i Interment was In St, Bernard tme celebrant. Rev. father Mitchell dea snn. and K-v. Father McKer-n. sub dtaenn. At the conclusion of the mass Rev. Father Regan paid a high tribute to the memory of the deceas ed. The flowers were very numerous and beautiful and were borne by James Ledwith and John Wrinn. The pallb'arers were Patrick Tier nan, Thomas Wrinn. Frank Wrinn, ANNOUNCEMENT. I aesirt to announce to my friends and the public gencnliy, that pending i readjustment of m affairs, calii intended for mc may be sent to Mtssrs Lewis & M.yrock.No. 1112 Chapel Street. All work will receive prompt and rareful attention. Teleph.-ne 675. ROBT. Ma BUR WELL, Undertake!, AIR TO STRKET RAILWAY. H A R T MARKET COMPANY This is the time and this the place to obtain all the Spring Meats, Vegetables and Fruits. To-day, Con necticut Spring Lamb. Fresh Killed Spring Chickens. Green Mint, New Car rots and Beets, Beet Tops, Dandelions, Green Olives. Philadelphia Capons, Chickens and Squabs. 180 Temple St. Strawberries. , Fresh arrivals daily. The quality Is superior. We call attention to our Malaga Grapes, the finest fruit of the year. Florida Navel Oranges, JafTae, Kings and Tangerines. Grape Fruit at special prices. Clearing sate of Apples nil tho good varieties at less than last fall's prices. Vegetables ct liic rarer won. J. B. JUDSON, 656 CHAPEL ST. THE MIRROR FRUIT STORE. KEY FITTING Cun and Lockmithinj. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO 68 Center St., L H. fitssttt, Mgr. Cut Flowers and Flowering Plants John N. Champion & Co. 1021 CHAriOi 81, Metropolitan Receivers Authorized to Issue One Year Certificate. Xew York. Marrh 30. Judge La conibe, In the Cnited States circuit court to-day. authorized Adrien H. Jo llne and iKtuelas Robinson, two of tbe receivers of the Metropolitan and New York City Street Railway companies, to ippue certificates for S.sna.fiOO for one ! year at six per rent., superior in lien to tbe two mortgage!:, to he ued fori Improvement. IS IT ENJOYABLE? We Are at Work Why not let us quote you a price for cleaning house, including carpets, rugs, etc., with our Vacuum Cleaner 7 FR.ES DAMAGE CTrAtM. John P. Bradley of Walnut street, has filed a claim for damages against the cityw-ith City Clerk Devine. The papers were drawn up by Attorneys Fitzgerald and Walsh. Da r" Mat t mttt "fc'i " r" 1 -hlak hen "?l want k as ltrma II 1. 3 A m that ml Nate i 'if I ill nmt let taw set kcrni the j il t J flhela at rand ieatlat. It! aae af yaar tth la alariaa. I bar as brlas ta aaaca with aae that j la tfce aaaw calar, shape sad slsa at the a (oral aaa. t PHIIA DENTAL ROOMS I 781 CHAPEL ST. Tel. 2700 Vacuum Cleaner