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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COUKIER, MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1008.
Monday, April 20, 100S. t 708.RO0.S02 CIIAPKL STTtETT. SILK RAIN COATS For calling, business, shopping, driving for traveling or mo torlng you will llml one or these silk garments n necessity rather tlmn a luxury. Our "Craw-plum" Cant for women ore primarily utility gar mrnt.s. They aro rtilnproof hIIU outside iiiuI i-uhhcr-surl'iico Inside. Tlio conceptions of tho cleverest designers mv found In thcin coats, In pattern tliut even the most conservative woman must ml mire. Tlio "Crnwplum" fabrics aro tho result of Mudy nnd experiment on the port of expert chemists mill weavers. Tim style, fit anil llnlsli of eueh of these garments tire nil Hint could ho desired In hlgh-clus giii-incnt, and the prices lire, to say the least, reasonable. $8.50, $10,00, $12,00, $15.00, STOUAOK: Wo nro agents for tlio . If. Cold Storage. f uffM or Scarfs valued up to $25.00 liiMured ngtilnst lire, moih and theft for BO cents. Tur and fur-llned CouIh, minimum charge, $2.00. FAIR HAVEN NEWS How Easter Was Spent at the Churches Eleven Baptiz ed at Grand Avenue Congregational. Kaster day dawned with promise of lino weather, hut hy tlio middle of tlio forenoon, tlio clouds isathwed and betokened rain. Notwithstand ing tho weather outlook, of tho throngs of people who attended dl vlno .services, but a small portion took umbrellas, and heforo tho noon hour rain was falling In a gentle shower, Fortunately It was not a heavy rain ami ilui Hunter wraps and hats were t not greatly damaged. ward this fund and moro pledges were niado later. In tho evenlnt,' there wiw an Interesting Easier pro gram hy tlie Kpworth league. Mem bers of tho Y. V, fl. C. K. of rilsHm church wore Invited to Join In the service and many were present, Mr. Tnllar gave an nddrcs.i on "The First Easter Kvont." I.nrpo congregations attended at nil of tho churches, Knsier (lowers adorned tho ehtirch Interiors, Kuster music, rails' out In welcome to the great religious festival and the pas tors preached on the Resurrection. Armstrong Rapid Steak Tenderer SOME THING NEW. oil SOME THING NEEDED. .'" Converts a Round Steak into a Tenderloin. I Think What it Saves ! Think What it Docs I It's tho only artlclo of tho kind thnt will make a tough Heak as tender as a Inlu. You know what it means to "dross a steak." You know what a difference It makes In tho Btcak. Ordinarily you "dress a slenk" iifler It. Is cooked. With this you make It lender heforo It Is cook ed. You snvo all the Juices of the meat, sever nil I ho sinews and make an ordinary round steak so tender that even people with Impaired teeth ran enjoy paling It. It fnstenson tho kitchen tiihlo (as shown) with a thumb screw; turn tho handlo and It Is donp. Made entirely of metal; easily taken apart and cleaned. Price $2.00. On Exhibition and Sale at Edw. Malley Co., In the Housp-Furnlshlng Popartmont. Agcnta Wanted. Address TiOwden Manufacturing Co., Derby, Conn. . Quick Seller. Good Commission. TRAVEL New Haven from one end to the other and you won't find another lot of offer ings of this order offer ings that are not of the cold storage kind, but clean, new first-class goods meant to tease the buying public into this store and to loosen up their purse-strings. AUj ATtlUXGEMKXTS MIE, In addition to tho usual Interest In Raster, there was another notable occasion, tho opening for tho lirst tlmo for worship of u new church St. Ilose's edition lu Haltonstall ave nue,' notir Ulatehloy avenue. This parish was formed several months ago and tho people for the first few months worshipped In tho chapel of St. Francis' church. The new frame building which "was occupied yester day for the first time, Is undoubted ly a record maker for speed In church construction In this city, for ground was broken only April 2. H s 100x40 feet, one story and will seat 700 people. There Is an organ loft where an organ will be placed later and a small cellar where heating ap paratus will be Installed In the fall. The windows aro of ground glass. It Is Intended to erect a permanent church on the Hlatidiley avenue sldo of (lie lot when the parish Is able, but probably not for several years The chapel was built bv The Pavld II. Clark company. The new parlsli embraces tho Eleventh, Four teenth and Fifteenth wards, East Haven and Montnwese, and wis set o(T from St. Francis" parish. The pastor, Rev. John Fitzgerald, has la bored diligently for establishing the new parish and has given the con struction of the new chapel his per sonal attention. Tie was assisted In the services yesterday by one of the fathers of the Holy ft host from Hart ford. There were masses at 7, 8:30. 9:30 and J0.HO. At (iraco I'. E. church thero were laffin congregations fittendln.'j and the eservicea included holy commun ion at 7::iu a. m. and mlrnlng pray er, communion and sermon by tho rector, Jtev. (horge A, Aleott at 10:;)0 a. m. .ir, Aicott prcuch"d an Easter sermon, There were special chil dren's services held at 8:30 p. m. Fine musical selections were render ed by tho vesb'd choir of tho church at tho several church services, "Evidences of Immortality," wn tho toplo of tho Easter sermon preached by tho pastor, Rev. It. E. Hrown nt ritgrlm church yesterday morning. Tho choir of the church gave a program of Easter music. At HI. James' I, E. church there were services at 7:110, 9 and 1 0 : :!0, conducted by tho rector, lie v. Mr. rturroiighs, There worn very hand some lloral decorations. At these services line Easter music was ren dered by the quartet, Thero was tt children's service ut 4:30 p, m nt which selections wero rendered by the quartet of the church and by the Sunday school choir. There were offerings from the classes und a dis tribution of flowers. The annual rental of pews In tho Grand avenue Congregational church will take place on Wednesday even ing, rresent pew bidders will be permitted to retain their present sit tings. Refreshments will bo furnish ed by the ladles. At tho homo of the officiating clergyman. Ir. Sneath, on Saturday evening. Albert II. Nltehkey of this city and Miss Flossie M. Harrows of East Haven, were united in marriage, Miss Harrows was until recently a bookkeeper In Moran's laundry. The eoupl,! will re.'lde on Huntington avenue. Gillespies Specials At the Drug Counter. Odds and Ends hi C'nstllo Simp, lUc pound, Syrup H.vpopliosphltcs, full pint hot lie, ,"() cents, At the Cigar Counter. The "IS 10" Special, a 10o clynr, for Ac M I'll U ht. Windsor iitle f iuurcllcs, -le. At the Candy Counter. Odds and Ends In Candies, to close thrill out, 12c pound. At the Toilet Goods Counter. (iillc.-plc's Special Tooth Jlrush guaranteed Wo. (illlcsplc's Tooth AVnsh, 21c.' Gillespie's Drug Store 744 CHAPEL STREET, Second Hour from Stale Street Across the Street from Vale National llanli. Telephone 00.1-1. tl mi where this store Is located, with in the past year. Tlio police wore working on the case yesterday. Linoleums, 80c. GRADE. An elegant line of 21 patterns, parquet wood floor effects, col ored tile, straw matting and novelty patterns, in regular 60c. grade, for 45o Tins WEEK. Real Leather Blip Seat Quar tered Oak Dining Chairs a very oeclal offer for $4 each. A chair that we have never sold for less than $6. Refrigerators Reduced This Week. Special discount this week on entire stock of new refrigerators 9x12 Axminsters for $21. ThiH week only you save six dollars clear. Tho best quality Banford Axminsters In rich Oriental patterns. None sent out on approval at this price. 25 Per Cent. Discount. from entire stock of Axmlnster Runners six sizes about 75 rugs to select from, None sent on approval. 5-Foot Axminsters. Regular price $2.75, This week only $1.08 Another bale of linn of these Oriental patterns received, at $1.98 each. None will be sent on approval. These prices aro for cash. THE Chamberlain CO. CROWN & ORANGE ST, CORNER STORAGE. f.nninlo-ncsmoiid Employes' Enter tainment I'lans nre Completed. The arrangements for the entertain ment and dance of tho fiamhle-l losmoud lonipanys Employes .Mutual Aid usso elation nre low complete, and to-mor row evening at Musk: hull tho lllus tralcd ami km and moving pictures, which will turnl.Hi the Mm part of tho program, promise a feast for those who will benefit by the hard work of mo various committees, and a splendid dance list will mnko up tlio tlnale of what looks as If It would ho the most i siiceesslul party ever undertaken by this popular organization. The following program, which will ho ; under tho personal direction of Thomas ' Kay, has been arranged: Moving Pic tures, Illustrated Hon. "There's Another i'leiure in .Mammas Krnnin" Miss All Mnrlarty: moving pictures; Illustrated son, "Heart ot .My Heart," Miss Ksther Kyun; moving pictures; Illustrated soiiK, "That's What I he Hose Suid lo Me," Miss Mollle Cohvell; moving pie tores; Illustrated Km;, "Utile ()ti', Good-nye," Thomas Mo'lloy, Jr.; moving pictures. Alter the entertainment dancing will he held and Stanford's or ' ehestra will furnish the music. Kol ; lowing the commltU'Cs In charge of the ! affair. Executive committee .lames T. O' Connor, chairman; Miss Kllaaheth 1 Muskey. Miss Marraret Sullivan, Mar i tin II. Reynolds, John B. Todd. ' Reception commllleo ,!ohn Gorman, ! chairman; f. J. Winters, George Col i well, Kdward O'Meara, Harry KIcliN, ; 1 nomas ! nearly, William Red ford. Mlys I .lennctte Kadh, Miss Mary Jlcliermolt, ; Miss Margaret Hayes, Mis., Katheryu ; Mornn. Miss Malzle Ilyrnes. I Floor committee Mauico O'Connell, ; chTllrmnn; .Seymour Mealla, Jaiwn Hnlrd, Clifford Voung, Pave Wit I si" Sampel Huelimnster. 'William Malice Martin Hurko, William Fog-arty. John Brewer, George Cavanangh, Joseph Sul livan, Mftt'ncw Golden. llerivv Co' , Amide Iigrennde, Kdwnrd Mc'Pormo ; j Krward MeOralh, Orwln Andrews, Bon edict Sullivan. At tho Orand avenue Congrega tional church yesterday morning tho pastor. Rev. Dr. Sneath, received twenty-two persons Into the church, and baptized eleven candidates, A speclnl offering for the work of the church was taken. "The names of those taken Into the church ore given below: rty confession and baptism Willis Ileald Homer, Lenrnnd Thom as Ifnzall, Cnrlyle Dewey Hazall, Frederick Dexter White, Paul Ray mond fhnller, Marlon May Swan, Graeo Elizabeth Terry, Dorothy Jeannetto Clark, Madeline Morrison Merrill. On confession Raymond Frederick Chldsey, Atwater Ellis Rrookrtt, Ruth Anna Fowler, Ruth Edna Fuller, Dorothy Gladys Tyrrlll, Pauline Dorothy Phomberp. Vld.i Jennnette I II 11, Ruth Hotehklss Sal isbury. Ry letter Timothy B. Beach, Mrs. T. R. Reach. Timothy B. Bench, jr.. Mrs. William O. Smith, John Cannan. The miartet rendered In a most Interesting manner Rart Ictt's cantata "From Death to Elfe." Copies of the words were placed In the hands of the worshipers, which helped to the benefit of the service. In the evening a large audience list ened to a concert, given by the Sun day school, Remarks were made by the pastor, The exercises were un der the direction of Mrs. W. S. Rlsh op. The decorations of the church were tastily arranged by Miss Laura 3. Mann and other memhers of the flower committee. Beautiful lilies Tlio puhllei schools this morning after the Hon. will reopen Easter ,iea- Tbe Annex Juniors beat, the Rose dale baseball team III to 3 In a game played Saturday ufternoon. l Fried man and Clyde Richardson were the battery for tho Annex team and James Richards nnd W. Rathmnn for the Rosednles. Miss Mabel Martin of Rowe street Is visiting over Easter Mr. and Mrs. George Hyde of Norwich. At Firemen's hall. Forbes avenue, this evening, the deciding game In the carpet bowling series will take place between tho teams from the Beacon Hose company and the Day ton Hook nnd I.ndder company. Each team has won one game. The los'lng team Is to furnish a clam chowder supper, nnd a large crowd Is expected to witness the game and enjoy the supper. The monthly meeting of the men's club will be held this evening In the parlors of the Grand avenue Con gregational church, and nil men nre Invited. The nd dross of the evening will bo given by E. M. Tarr, the New Haven weather observer. There will be vocal selections by George Tester, tenor, nnd piano selections by Often Rose. The president of tho club, T. S. Coleman, will preside. Tho Easier Sabbath school concert given at tho Grand tivenuo Congrega tional church last evening was large ly attended. The program was us fol lows; Song School Prayer i Pastor Processional and recitations Intermediate department Song and recitations Primary department Recitation F.aster gifts Mrs. Hanover's class. Song School Dialogue Mm. Johnson and several classes. Song . . . 4 School Remarks Pastor Song School I'.f nedictus. hush ( wnnix.u, coming. Primate or All Ireland Says Emigra tion from There Will Soon Cchse. Quoeiistown, April 19. Cardinal Malchaelloge, nrehlblshop of Armagh and Itomnn Catholic prlinalo nf all Ireland and Bishop Browne of Queens town were passengers on Hie frtenniT l.uc.'inl.i which sailed for New York to-day. They will take part In the centennial celebration of the New York diocese as the guests of Arch blehop Farley. A largo crowd galh end to bid them good-bye nnd their send off wiis n warin-hearled one. cardinal Iogue said that since Ire land has given en much towards the rslahllshmeut nnd progress of Cath nllclsm In America, the tide of Irish emigration would cease, the Irish poo pie would stop this blood letting, and he hoped that there was n brighter fu ture lit store for the old country." CREW OF THE THOMPSON IN. New York, i.Vprll in.-Included among Hie passengers who arrived to-night from We.-l Indian ports were Captain T. E. Hardy and eight nf the crew of the American schooner H. E. Tlmmp ci n, which was wrecked on Anagada hlnnd on April S. The Thompson was hound from Baltimore, for Vlsipioao Island with n load of empty molasses barrels. She belonged to Crowell nnd Thurton of Boston, and hailed from thnt port. The Thompson was of 6S tons nnd was built In W. Captain W. from Florida. F. Ells has returned Charles Blatchley has had a gaso line engine of one and n half horse power placed In one of his canoes. An Easter concert was given by the Sunday school In the East Haven Entertainment Committee tor the Gamble-Desmond Company Employes' Mutual Aid Association. I'Al'L REVEEE'S RIDE. One Hundred nnd Thirl y-thlrd Anni versary Commemorated. Boston, April W.-Thn 1.13d anniver sary of the famous ride of Paul Rev ere was commemorated In Boston to day by tho unveiling of a tablet in Kaneull Hall. School children of tho city took part In the exercises which were under tho auspices of tho Society of the Sons of Revolution. Addresses wero delivered hy Charles Dana Bur rage, president of the Massachusetts society, Sons of tho Revolution; Mayor U. A. Hihhard, Rev. Ernest A. Thonins, Rev, J. T. Lnngley Boddnh of Boston college and others. The tablet which wns placed on tho north wall of tho corridor, gives in brief the history of tho famous "cradle of liberty." ViV' V;-; ivf4 V'uk ' Z X A rY i'V T t ikMv Iff n V xi i Wi , f y4 4? f n I I ju,' f ' St) rf I 'tm i to r t itn a t oi.n in ok ny, Take I.ANATIVIC UltOMO tjulnlne Tab lets. Druggists refund money If falls to cure. E. V. GROVE'S l(JHa- ture Is on each box. 2 c. Safety Heel Oxfords Safety Heel Oxfords for Girl wearing Woman's Sizes 2 1-2 1 6, in Patent Colt, Gun Metal and Russia Calf. $2, $2.50 and $3.00 ONLY GOOD SHOES. lis New Han Slue Con 842 and 846 Chapel Street. OPTICAL GOODS FIELD GLASSES, BIRD GLASSES, BAUSCII & LOMB BINOCULARS, " . ' TELESCOPES, MICROSCOPES, i READING GLASSES, SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES. ; The abovo items serve as a suggestion of a stock that fol completeness, quantity and variety is a peer of those of leadin metropolitan stores. Optical goods have been a specialty wit us lor years, uur gooas we Know are ngnt ana rename; ,ow prices as low as any first-class optical store. Customers ougn to bear in mind that it does not pay to buy cheap, inferior gooda They are never satisfactory and often injurious. ' . L. WASHBURN & CO. fl 84 Church St. 61 Center St. We have two Touring Curs which have been tiseil, one mmle In inno, one In 10(17. Unth have been thoroughly overhauled nnd put In first-class con. illlloti. Write for iirlces nnd further piirtlciihtrs to C0RBIN MOTOR VEHICLE CORPORATION, XEW lllU l AI.V, (ONX. or call upon H. E. DOOUTTLE, 53 imoADWAY, SEW H.WF.N. Modern Decorating Miss I'.II.nhelh Mii'.Uey, Miss MnrRnret Snllivnn, Mai'tln 11. Kcynolds, .Tunics T. O'Connor nnd .lolin K. Todd. ere placed at tho memorial win dow of Hev. Hurdott Hart hy his dauBhtctrn. Congregational church last evening. 0 It costs less to live and life counts for most when GrapeNuts and cream are the basis of the dietary. Largo coiigroKnllons were present morning anrl evening at. the Ciraml avenue llaptlwt church. In tho morn ing tho pastor, Hev. Charles G. Smith, preached an Kaater sermon, anil thero wero special mimical se lections, the quartet having been as sisted hy a Hccond quartet. In the evening tlio singing was hy a chorus choir from tho Sunday school, nnil the pastor prenehod on tho topic, "Tho Hlsen Ionl." Mr. .Smith also administered hnptlsm to eleven can didates, who will he received Into church membership tho first Sunday In May. tin Wednesday evening, April 112, at tho Grand avenue Baptist church the Hev. A. K. Harris of Meriden will give an Illustrated lecture on "Ben II nr." About eighty views will be shown and Mrs. Amy Punning will slug the "Holy city" and he followed by a short musical program. lee cream will bo on sale. The lecture Is given under tho auspices of the la dies' aid and Farther Lights sooiot ies, the funds to go toward refurnishing tho church. "There's a Reason." At tho Mast renrl street M. TC. church the morning service the pas tor, Hev. E. O. Tullar, preached on "Evidences, of Immortality" nnd and there was Luster music by tho vested choir. Mr. Tullar made an appeal for the finances of the church, the usual call for pledges for the envelope collection for the year ensuing. Tho finance committee wish $I',900 for the year for rj;'rent expenses. Hedges were mado to- As usual nt Lastor the services nt St. Francis' church yesterday were largely attended and very Interesting. Not. only wm.k the high mass at 10:30 well attended, hut at all of the curly musses. The music was of a high order, especially at 10:30, the large choir hnvltig rehearsed the Kiustclr music frequently. Burglars broke Into the store of Tho V. A. Wnrner Bros. Co., Satur day night and took a small quantity of goods, There have been several small burglaries In Grand avenue, i near Front street, lu tho bcc- Iii the $1,250 to $2,nnn class In the recent I'ort George- Illll-Clhuh Con test the COKHIX car entered wan a I Mill 24-H. P. runabout which had been In constant service for two years. The only car in that clns malting bet tor llinc, and that by only a few sec onds, was a 35-H.P. mm M'-W ('All. This shows how the COIUilX stands up in iictuiil use. EASTMAN KODAK AGENCY i Developing and 1'rlntlng Is a science not easily mustered without our accu rately prepared solutions. AVn are nmhhiK a specialty of this work and our success is a matter of prldo with us. No camping or flshlm; trip Is com plete without a Kodak. We have n. Block of entirely new goods In this line nil siws all prices with neces sary supplies. City Hall Pharmacy Co. Calls for original nnd individual treatment. Don't be willslled with the commonplace, when you ran have your decorating done in a manner expressive of your own Ideas decorating different from your neighbors, untquo and artistic, and nt practically the same cost. We'd be pleased to have you consult us. , MONROE BROS., 353 Grown St. ; Telephone 9761. GREEN PAINT FIX THEM NOW! Tel. 2141. Last year's screens are oil right with a few tarl and a coat of our Lowe Brothers Screen Paint. Anyo) can use it. It makes the screens look like new and ar another yenr to their vitality. Two colors black J green. Quarts, pints, half-pints. Thompson & Belder 396-398 State S Id. NKXT TO CITY HAM,, Open all day every day. bl3-i. ' li-i,-. I JlrtisTic-iaeiasrials- theTHOS.?HIUJ?S&S0K Q JM&&, ,al V us SYLVAN AVU i t ar E. AN D WUGKT-uuui!