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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1908.
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Tel. 255 EASTER CHIMES TOLL THE SPRING Old Sol Shines Acceptably and Usual Crowds Are Found in Churches All Over the City. TRINITY A MASS OF GREEN Lilies Profusely fsed There nnd In .Ml Churches Many Out Walking; Mnko Whitney Aienue Rrlght. The Lord Ih risen from the dead; Jlo ioho In victory iih llo said; )IIh puln am) MiifTerlnK now are o'er, J to lives am) reigns loreverinoro. There could be no question what Sun day of tho II fly-two In tho year yester day was. Every feminine, hat, of mon strous sl,e on the street with the de limited smile beneath It, every church crowded to tho dooiH, every window with tt Hunter Illy plant In It proclaim ed It Kaster day. on tho whole It may be said that Old Sol had n pleasant surprise in store for the city. To ho sure there was n shower about the time of tho morning services, but It was nothing very serious and the af ternoon sunshine and thn evening star llfiht more thn mndu up for It. It has been many n year since there have been such Kustcr afternoon par ades an there were yesterday. Whitney avenue looked like a veritable Fifth avenue. The presence of the college boys who ve:e off on their vacations was of course missed but the feminine element seemed to find (is much pleas ure in the bountiful walk ns ever they did. The tile hfit were much In abund ance with the men and the new ele phantine concoctions with the ladles, and Salomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of them. The shower of the morning only made conditions belter on the rends for automolilllng nnd driving and the roads nil over the vicinity re-echoed with the "honk-honk" of nutos that hailed from New Haven. The shore as was only natural came In for Its tremendous crowds. Many of the attractions were running full blast nt Fnvln nock. The trolley company was running ears to Mnmnuguln on short Intervals nil the afternoon and many went to visit the familiar nnd beautiful resort for the first time thU season. Kvery chinch service was well at tended yesterday both morning and af ternoon. Most of the churches made extra appropriations this year, for decorating nnd the results were very pleading. The most prominent (lower as always was the ?:.nster Uly. Annlea plants nnd palms were also very large ly used. At Trinity on the r.recn. One of the most beautifully decorated churches was Trinity on the Green. There all the wood wotk of the nltar was completely covered by n bank of Hauler lilies. In the center was the cross with a pure white background behind It lighted brilliantly and amid the (lowers It stood out very effective ly. Lilies were nlso used on th" front of the pulpit In a sct-plece n thn form of n cross that was grentyl admired. All about the choir stalls there were greens. The Kastet day services at Trinity church yesterday were the largest o;i record for ninny ye-irs. At the morn ing service every available sent was oicupled and at the special mtitdenl service In the evening hundreds were turned away, while tunny stood all through, the service. The first eele. hration of the Holy Communion took place at fi:0 o'clock and conrlderlng this early hour the congregation was very large. The music whs supplied solely by tho men choir. The second celebration of the Holy Communion at 8:30 o'clock was, attended by several hundred. The first full service occurred at 10:110 o'clock and as before stated the church a? filled to overflowing. The Rev. Charles O. Scovllle, ofllclated, assisted by the Rev. H. H. P. Pterrett, PrevloiiH to delivering his sermon which was on the "Significance of Kaster Pay," the Rev. Mr. Scovllle re ferred at length to the many promin ent, people who had riled dating tho past year. He said there was no bet ter way of perpetuating their memory than the placing of a memorial In Ihe church where they worshipped. Al ready Trinity church contains many niemorlam tablets and several win dows. The latest addition to the church is the beautiful organ chimes which were given by Mrs. S. S. Thomp son In memory of her husband the late Commissioner Thompson. The chimes were used In their complete form for the first tlniH! yesterday, and their tone was greatly admired by all who heard them. The Sunday school festi val was held In the church at 3 o'clock and was attended by the children at tending the various schools of the par ish, Kaster ca.'ols were sung nnd a sim ple address wn delivered to the chil dren by the Rev. Mr. Sterrelt. This wns followed hy the distribution of medals to the pupils who had sn un broken attendance from Christmas tn Kiister. The full vested choir of the church, under the direction nf ll'irry J. Rend, the organist, and choirmaster, rendered before a crowded congregation Ihe cantata, "Victory Divine," by Marks. The work of the soloists and chorus was up to the usual standard of excel lence, and fully maintained the high reputation conceded to this church for Its high musical proficiency, pnrlng the evening Mr. Read Introduced with line off i Tt. the chimes which have been placed In the great organ. The amount, of the collection could not be ascertain ed, bill It was known tn be about the average for Raster day. It will be used for Ihe further embellishment of the In terior of the church. At I lilted Church. The service nt the 1,'nlled church yes terday morning w.is Ihe largest, att.end ed of the year, and there were many people at the hack of the church after the seats were filled. Rev. Artemns .1. Ilnynrs preached on the subject, "A' Question and Its Answer." He spnko of the doubt, some people feel about Immortality, and expressed the belief thai there was no one In the gathering who did not think Ihnt there was some lurm of cxlatcuto lu uuoUkt wurld. Ho upoko of the various bcllofa In Immor tality, In an Individual Immortality, nnd In an Ini nmrta 1 1 1 y In which all are pnt'tH, To those who had any doubt "f a future Ufo h mild that as Ohrlbt after ho had died rose, from the dead, ho llio soul iiftor the death of tin; body, live Immortally, The miiHle at the I'nlted church fol lowed the same order an every Sunday. The choir rendered two anthems, "Ping Ye to the Lord" and "Chi'lst Our I'iihs ovcr." Center Church. Rev. Dr. Newman Smyth preached an Kaster senium al Center church yesterday. He spoke of tho need of building up character and of following the dictates of conscience, This ho mild would develop faith in God and tho faith and character working together would accomplish a great. Ho closed with tho admonition to build up char acter nnd tho faith would tako care of Itself, At the service Mrs. Robbing Ming very beautifully "I Know That My Re deemer Llveth." Then nnthemg were "As H Regan to Dawn" nnd "Uphold Ye bcsplsers." Christ Church, West llnven.' Christ church, West Haven, was crowded yesterday at both morning nnd afternoon services, the service In the afternoon being principally for children. In tho morning Rev. A. J. Gammack preached nnd the new edi fice was filled to the doors, the big gest congregation since the consecra tion being In attendance. The hand some church was beautifully decorat ed with Kaster Mowers, and the mu sical service was especially line. In the ai'ternbon 400 children sang n special program of music and each was given a small potted plant. It was one of the most Impressive chil dren's: service ever hold nt Chrjst church. Mr. ovlatt presided nt the organ nt both services. At SI. Mary's It. C. Church. The three nltnrs at St. Mary's R. O. church were prettily trimmed and decorated by the diligent Dominican Sisters for thi Kaster services yes terday. There were four masses, S. 7:30. 9 nnd 10:30 o'clock. At the 10:30 mass solemn high ser vices were held. Rev, Father Farm er, pastor of St. Mary'n church, was celebrant; Rev. Father Ltnnhnn dea con nnd Rev. Father Colbert sub deacon. Rev. Father Fltjtgernbl of Washington, P. C, who came here the men's mission nt St. Mary's, gave a most Impressive sermon on the "Christian Religion," Father Fitz gerald Is a very eloquent speaker, and his lesson yesterday morning was very Instructive, lie dwelt on the death nnd resurrection of our Sav ior. The choir's singing at this mass was especially fine. The quartet con sisted of Miss Mary Sullivan, sopra no; Miss Mary Lynch, alto; Louis Lniitonbaoh, tenor, nnd Mr. Grnbb, bass. The musical program follows: Kyrle Marzn, Fourth Mn.s Gloria, Marzo Fourth Mass Regln.i Coe Gloria Credo ' .Mrmo Offertory, Sanctim Margo Henedlctus Marzo Agnus Pel Mnr7.o At the vesper service nt 3:30 p. m. Rev. Father Farmer wns celebrant, Rev. Father Llnahnn deacon nnd Rev. Father Colbert sub-deacon. The musical program: Domini ad Adjuvcndum . . Mercndante Plxlt pomlnus Mercndante Reglna Coell Glorzl Magnlllcnt Mcrcadanto Salutnrls (hymn.) Tantnm Krgo Riga Lnudante Pomlnum (chant). SI. Paul's Church. Faster proved a great day nt St. Paul's church, lnrge congregations being present at each of the services of the day. The usual early morning service at fi:30 wa.s well attended and the celebration of the holy commun ion, which followed nt 7:15, had a great many communicants. The full choir was present nt this early ser vice which was a complete musical service. A second celebration of the communion wns held nt 9:30 and the principal service of the day wns that nt. 10:30, which closed with another large communion. The service In A by Gor,rge C. Martin, wns sung with the anthem, Converse's "Why Seek ye the Living Among the peail?" The rector, Rev. James peWolf Perry preached n strong sermon ap propriate to the Faster season by breathing the message of Hastertlde. The church wns beautifully decorated with Faster lilies, banked nt the foot of the altar nnd nt the sides of the chnncel, At tho morning services the contributions amounted tn $1,30!. The Sunday school service was held at 3:30, nt which the offerings for the yenr amounted to $300, and those for the Lenten season to 8352, making tho total collection!! for thn day J2.044. The Sunday school service was a festival service. Nearly 500 members of tho school were present, and friends nnd parents occupied thn gal leries. At the conclusion of tho ser vice nil tho members of the school were presented with flowering plants. Fifteen members of the school were presented with hymnals nnd prayer books for perfect recitations of the catechism nnd sixty-live received handsome photographs of the church for regular attendance nt the Tues day Afternoon services during Lent. At St. Lawrence's Church. The Hauler services nt St. Law rence's Roman Catholic church, West Haven, were well attended yesterday morning. The decorations were sim ple but very benntlfiil, all being mndo with Faster lilies. A high mass was celebrated at 1 0 : :i l by Rev. Fr. Jere miah Cnrtln. The music by the choir was well rendered. Miss Kllzabeth Martin sang a soprano solo from tho "Resurrection." In th sermon, Father Curtln culled attention to the fact that while n belief In Immortality of th" soul had boon, quite general among various people, the doctrine of the resurrection of the body was pecu liar to Christianity, It was the res urrection of Jesus Christ, nearly two thousand years ngo, that demonstrat ed this new hope to the world. This hope which springs victorious over the grave, and which gives to life an added sweetness, lie made various quotations from the book of Job and the Kplstles of St. Paul to show hoy Ibis idea runs through the Scriptures, In both the old and New Testament Tho Church Universal, ha Bald, had I great reasons fof rejolcl ij In the work sue has ilono and Is doing for the glory of God. This Hunter season was one of reolclng for the victory which Jesus Christ gained over death. At HulKht IMnco Church. The morning service nt Pwlght Place church was very appropriate to the- day. In a large measure, the srr vice was In the charge of the Sunday school, the largest In the city. Meet ing In tho church parlors, tho differ ent classes marched Into the church, taking souls In the body. A good many carried Kastor lilies which were banked up on the pulpit, and together with the palms and the hyacinths al ready there tho effect wan very pleas ing. While the different departments did their share In the celebration of tho Hastertlde, the main part of the ser vice was given over to the recouning of tho events of Holy Week by tho pastor, l)r. YV". W. Lcete. As tho oc currences of the different dnys were mentioned, the (piartet sang appropri ate selections. Among tho M lccil-ma sung by the choir were Knure's "The Palms," nnd Warren's "The Magda lene." This latter was tho offer tory. Over $2,000 was raised by the con gregation nnd $250 by the Sunday school townrds tho new parsonage, the Woodruff residence on Chapel street. Tho way the Sunday school raised their money was unliue. Somo weeks ago $10 In pennies were given out to the members of the school, nnd with them, Instructions to Increasn this penny ns ninny fold ns possible. The original ten dollars has thus. In creased twenty-four fold. In thn evening, the quartet, nnd tho choral society rendered Itartlett's Kas ter cantata "From Ienth to Life." Many sufferers from nasal catarrh say they get splendid results from using an atomizer. For their benefit we prepare Fly's Liquid Cream Halm. Kxcept that It Is liquid It Is In nil re spects like the healing, helpful, paln allnylng Cream Halm, that the pub lic has been familiar with for years. No rncalno nor other dangerous drug In It. The soothing spray Is a rem edy that relieves nt once. All drug gists, 75c. , Including spraying tube, or mailed by Hly Bros,, 50 Warren street, New Y'ork. TYLER FOR 17 YEARS Edward B. Bradley Has Been Door-Keeper of Hiram That Long. MASON THIRTY-TWO YEARS Adinnclng Years Have Mndc It .Neces sary Thnt He Hetlrp from the Position. There Is probably no more Interesting figure In local Mnsnnlc circles than Hd wnrd H. Hrndtey, tho retiring tyler or doorkeeper of Hiram lodge, No. 1, A. F. nnd A. M. Mr. Rradlcy hns acted in tho capacity of tyler for the lodge for over seventeen years. He Is now seventy-six years old. Ho hns been thirty-two years a Mason. Mr. Rr.idley Is an en thusiast of enthusiasts for the lodge nnd It Is always one of bis most cher ished dreams that some day not only 1 1 Irani lodge but also all the other Masonic lodges In the city will lie house tinder one roof in n building of their own that Is worthy of them. Mr. Bradley finds no subject of con versation that ho enjoys talking on more than upon the worth and tho achievements of Hiram lodge. In the thirty-two years during which he has been a member of Masonic orders ho has naturally seen many changes In tho lodge. Its numbers have grown greatly. To Mr. Bradley there Is no pleasure keener Hum going down to Ihe lodge rooms every Thursday, there to greet aRnlu the men who are his brothers. He Is us regulnr In Ills duties ns tyler as clockwork nnd It Is one of his proud boasts that ho had never missed a meeting except for some months four yenr ago when he wns seriously ill for some time. He loves to tell of the establishment of Hiram lodge, tho second oldest Masonic b'dgn in the Fulled States. The lodge was Instituted In 17"i0, getting Its charter from Kngland. Mr. Rradlcy has been a picture fram er and maker of high grade furniture all his life. Now with advancing years his hands are too unsteady to do any more of that kind of work but so well known lias he become ns n cabinetmak er that not Infrequently Is bo begged to duplicate hnndsomo furniture pieces thnt he made ninny years ago and which nro today Just, as (it as the day they were finished. Mr. Hrndley lives In Westvllle with his son at 27 Fountain street. TEMPLARS COXFF.U PKGRKKS. New llnven Commnntlory Hns Large Gathering and Inlllnlp Several. TIip Knights Templar had a gain time at Masonic hall, Church street Friday right when over 300 members of tho order were present including mnny from various parts of tho state. Imminent Commander George V). Ralley was in charge of tho program which Included tho working of the Knights Templar degr.'e on one candidate. Tho order of Mall.i was nlo conferred on several candidates. At the. (dose of the degiee work the large assemblage repaired lo the banquet room where an excellent dinner wns nerved hy .Broth er' John McCarthy, During thn progress of the banquet Fiend's orchestra dis coursed a pletslng selection of popu lar airs. A brain befuddled by coffee creates gloom. POSTUM generates mental sun shine. "There's a Reason." Rend "The Road to Welhille" In pkgs r 1 MflXWEhSBA j HIS SURPLUS STOCK ON SALE THIS MORNING. , Max Wersba is recognized as one of the man ufacturers of the best suits and cloaks in this country. To obtain the surplus stock of such a factory (of course at a big price reduction) is a purchase greatly sought. A backward spring and financial conditions in New York have made the purchase particularly desirable this season. We commend an early visit this morning to our store. Tho acme of style, perfection of fit and finish, excellence of dcsigfns and materials, at a fraction of their value, are what these garments offer. ASK TO SEE THE WERSBA STOCK. Furs Stored Free! Vhere garments are made over or remodeled during summer we make no charge for storage. Friend E. Brooks. Don't forget tim address, 746 Chapel Street. Telephone 003-.1. Room 7, up one flight. DAINTY NECKWEAR Very large stock of all the new bits of lingerie and fancy neckwear that have been introduced this season in Stocks, Bows and Jabots. Also a number of original designs which are much admired. GLOVES AND VEILINGS FOR When seen, you will see COHANE. 150 Orange St. Opposite. Wnninti's Kxclinngo. COUCH MADE UP. FRAME. , COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS. . GREATEST VALUES-MOST The H. M. DO THESE CARPET BARGAINS LOOK CHEAP TO YOU ? If so, buy now, and to bring a memo of Ax minsters Parlor Designs. ... 90c yd Tapestry Brussels Smith's Best 90c yd Second Grado 80c yd Good Grado 70c yd Standard (unllty. Special Values in Linoleums at prices that will save you money and give you the biggest selection in town. 1 WINDOW SHADE CO., 85-81 Font of Center Street. ORANGE I , ...I Ml EASTER. the difference. Not common. Tel. 20I2-5.' We have just received another shipment of those STEEL COUCH BEDS. Regular $8.00 Couch. ' SALE PRICE....... $4.80 LIBERAL TERMS. Bullard Co. don't fail your room sizes. Hartford Ingrains "All Wool" kind.... 65c yd Tapestry Rugs 9x12 size. .$12.50 nnd upward. Wilton Rugs 9x12 size .$32.50 and upward. STREET. Open Saturday Evenings.