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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, AFRIL 20, 1908. hew Haven's Most Reliable Store! Your Summer Tub Gowns And The Dainty Wash Stuffs . J NewHivejj'i Most Reiiabe Store is atiti highext and best In ths Waih Goods lection. Jf WVve reigned lupreme io long that when feminine New Haven wanti the unusual fcr iti tub gowns there's "ever a qu?ition as to which store to turn to. Sorre of Monday's news; New Voiles plaided, com- , Dination ot colors and so id; lovely browns, lavenders and blues, with silky stripes. 19c to 50c Yard ' Wash Panamas and Poplins !i all the wool dress goods i . ... . . iy coior enecis, so popular for com luiis as wen as tor ih.rt waist frocks. 25ctsaYard New Linen Suitinfs t h e plaids show some novel ef fects aid io do the. stripes all the solid colors asked for are here as well. 19cts to 49cts Yard Pretty Seersackers.and this well-known wash material is in high vogue again. At 15cts a Yard The Parisian women are wearing Coat Suits, mads of Galatea. It's cool and so clean, It's the most popular stuff, too, for Boys' Wash Suits. Here in gre.t variety At 15cts a Yard Khaki Suiting is here again, in all its various and varied shades and it's se'.'.hg fast. 15c and 19c Yard Pretty Percales and Girg h5ms, more than a hundred pattarns to choose from. The new violet and brown Percale. Monday 12cts a Yard From over-the-seas a pood many hundred pieces of John and William Anderson Ging hams ready for you to see and select from. Oily busy stores that have an enormous amount of business a year like t lis, can afford to import Scotch Ginghams in such quantities. 25cts and 29cts Yard New Black Lawns striped, plaided and plain. 15cts to 50cts Yard New Silk Muslins. exquis itely lovely colors, and black 25cts and 50cts Yard SAFE BLOWER OUT! Notorious Criminal Released from Prison at Ago of 1 Seventy-four. POSED AS BELGIAN COUNT (iitnff Stole $2,(10(1,0(10 in Ten Year" ' f-iijs lit Is Victim of .Mistaken Identity. Onronl, N, II., April 10. .Vlliei'lna; I (Irmly to Mm 8tnry Unit he was ft vli 1 1 in uf mlHlnken Identity, a pclnoiirT known an Mux Mlilnhorii or Mn x Im 111 In n Ki'hiMMilM'ln, h 1 1 it 1 1 H burglar of interna ; ilnnal notoriety, wan released to-day from Hie tiit prlHon. IiIh Hcntanre for j the robbery ot llio Wnlpole, N, II. , hiiv I lims Im nk having expired nn ISamer i Hiimliiy thronli the cirat Inn of Hi" I nilo of i-o in in ii tn I Ion fur koh'I behavior. ! All through Inn eoiiilneiuent tlm prlson j or hm InslHli'd that bin real name Is i Henry V.. M'iebu, ami lie ban nnnlu ! nuincrouH nttpnipu, utisueceKHfiilly, to j lmve Hie mute iiml federal courts con I Kllcr IiIh rlalin. In Hip record of Hip pollep unit the ! private (leleetlve iikimh'Iph of 1 1 1 1 conn j try mill Kurope the n.ini" of Mux Shin burn l written lame aa tli' most il-iv-I Int. imifit expert and most hucichsI'iiI iiif ull cafe blowers. It la eMlm itcd that In t ho merles ot burnlatle.1 committed j by Ills k.i.ik more, than $ J.iinn.iK") waf stolen within ten year ami that Sliin borne's share wan less tlian ."ii.(MH. In I addition to this Walpole robbery, which 1 was eoniiiilttPil on April 21. U'i5, iiml i w as one of Hhtnborn'ii earlier exploit i, i he Is said to have been the lieal of a ; K.init which In lii!t broke Into III j vaiill.i of Oi can bunk on (livenwlcli imreet, New York, ami Kt away wit It it, ft iii.iioo worth of plunder. Following thW I'linii! (lie robbery of the llnylittnii bank In Itoslon, the West Maryland bank In Halt linore. ami (tie Manhattan .iivltiKx bank In New York. It was nioieihan thirty years lifter Slilnborn's conviction for th,, Walpole biink rubbery ami hl subseiiient es cape from the old slate prison her", Hint he wns brniiHlit back to Concord to filial) out his ten jear mntcuce. .Meanwhile lie had been IMiir In llel glum, where he bore the title of 'Count." nml moved In 'nrlstoeratle cir cles. Ininipillutely on Ills release to-day th. prisoner went to St. John's Unman Catholic ehurrji. where he attended mass. Later be left for Huston. Is now seventy-lour yearn of age, but he Is wi ll preserved, (in account of his proficiency In tier man. French and l".nullli, lie has !)'' :i employed ilurinu his st.iy ut the pris on as Interpreter and translator. II has also employed his limn with n iiieehanli'iil Invent Ion, from whb'h he fayh he hope" to obtain mimVlPnt money to support htm for the rest of his life, IN SOCIETY Mr, nml .Mrs. Felli H. MoMey are plopping for a few dayk ut thn lintel tiiHt'tnn, Washington, i.i, on thdi' way home fr mi Flnrltlu. , Tlio Hev. II, H. U 8tPiTPtt of Trinity parish left lust nlRlit for YVushlncton, Ii, t',, wliprc lin "HI upend a week vis iting relntlvps. The April meetlns of the Now Haven Mlntijilcnl Hoi'k'iy will be held In tip.' I'ooins uf the aoelety In Urovn Htrect lit S u'l'lnik tlil evpiilng, I'rofPHsor tlooiRo T. l-iuld will rend a paper "III kono LI Kiuiioiino- Kami nnd the (ipeiiliiR of Japnn." There will be nn liiforniul rereptlon at the eln.-r of the reiullnn to wlileli the inenilieis mul their families are corillnllylnvlteil. .Mrs, Kdwnnl h. N'ettleton will rIvc nnlnfnniiHl ten at lier lioiiie In llimt- iiiKton Hirept this afternoon. The. hoiii'H are fiiiin 4 to 4 o'clock. Tim (.'oiilliienlal eoliKrcss nf tlio D. A. It. opens, this inornlnB In Waiihlng- ton, 1 1. i.'. The ilelPKateo from New Haven .who will attend the eonnrenK lire Mrs. V, H, Knuiis, resent, of Mary L'liip Woodier eliiipter, MIsh Kniellnc Street, Mrs. 1). T. Welch, Mis. N. I). Pperry, Mrs. F. H. Htreet and Mrs. Wlllniil KiisIkii. Mrn. Snra T. Kinney nf nai l fin d, Htalp roKfnt Is ut the lipad of thn Cnutiectlcut tlplepntlon, TIipsp women have nuiile. the Hotel Ooiilon tli'Mr lieadquartirs this year, (At the Lawn club to-ullit the nub scrlptloii (late.'p nrratiReil by Miss .Steplianle Knrllsh, Mls Ilulh KIiish biiry, Mr. Itkliaid Sarpem nnd Mr, Ibivld L. DaRsjett will take place. The ellll) will be Killi;dy but Httl'iietlvely (b'ii. rated f,,r this llrst iiost-Lenten nf falr nnd several "prominent society women will net as patronesses. The ilaiin rn will be till younger members of society. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. nn n JL ravelers Checks Issued by the International Mercantile Marine Company are available all over the world. SUPPLIED FOR ANY AMOUNT BY EEZEY & KELSEY Steamship and Tourist Agents sw 102 CHURCH STREET TELEPHONE 3209-4 Every Stetson bear tha Stetnon Name AT MIADI'.L ft rili;i'l)MVX'S OBITUARY NOTES Three Strong Bargains In Wool Dress Goods for Monday 52 Inch English Sicilian, and heivy substantial quality it ii here in navy, brown and black. 89ct Sicillian for 59cts a Yard English Suiting!, unuiual striped and checked stuffs handsome color efficts. light and d rk, block and lit tle checks, more thin fifty patterns. Monday at 39cts a Yard 44 Itch All-weol Black French Voile a crispy, wiry, hari-twiited VolU. $1.50 Voile, Monday 98cts a Yard loliti II. Siitiritry. John II. Saiiflley illed esterilay at the home of his Mster, Mrs. J. County. 213 Court ptreet, 'e:'t Haven, after two weeks' Illness with pneunioiili. Ie. ceaseil wan employed ;it Wlnchester'n. Funeral services will be hebl nt '.'13 Court street, West Haven, tomorrow morning nt S:PiO nml at Pt. Lawrence's church nt 9 o'clmk. Interment lll bo In Ut, Hernnnl cemetery. I'prtlfrii'k S, lliiilbnrt. The funeral services for Fredcrlclt S Hiirlburt, vnn of it. W. Hurlburt, who flle. Frblny at his home, US Howe street, will he hebl this afternoon nt 2 o'clock. We Sell the stylish Queen Quality Tan Oxtords Z2.50, $5.00 and $8.50 a Pair .Mrs. Margaret ('illinium. The funeral of ,fis. M.iraret Calln. nan, wblow of Jntnes Cnllnhan, was lielri ssiiiunby mornlni; from Pt. Mary's chinch, a requiem hiirh mass being cel ebrale'l by Rev. Father Colb-rt. Mrs. Callahiin flleil at lief lenhlence, 31 l.jke place, Wednesday nfleriionii af ter nn Illness of three years. Mrs. Cal laban whs a most estimable woman and mother. She leaves to mourn her two sons nnd two (laughter, James Callahan of New Jersey, John Calla han, Miss Kllnalieth Callahan, Mrs, ib orge, H. Rtraly of this city. (rent Silk' of CoIIcko Stores (ihnN iMii Ing the Week. At .Meiidal & Ficeduian'B tomorrow morning an economy event will start which promises to be one of the most Fi nsatlonal sales ever hdd In this city. 1 his sale Is the result of a purchase of the combined stock of toilet feon'ls and sundries of three college stores, which makes It possible for you to obtain wil lies In toilet acceVsorle.i which are most unusual. The College Stores corporation Is a company which controls ft number of stores located In towns with the principal colleges of this country, whose slock of gomln Is of the highest grade, and whose patrons (leiimnd the best. Three of these stores which have been located In Wlllianistow n, Mass.. oester, Ohio, and Chiirlotlevllle, Vir ginia, have been discontinued, because the earnings have n.it been coming up to the required standard, and th" entire stock bus been purchased by Mendel & Freed!!.? n. The bargains w hich you wlli find ready for your selection tomorrow are positively astounding. There are brushes of all kinds at just about one- third the regular prices, combs, sponges, In. hiding genuine P.ussinn rubber bath sponges, soap boxen, atom izers, mirrors, emery boards, soaps, and toilet preparations, Including face cream, shampoo Jelly, tooth paste, hand lotions anl powders, all of the very best at extraordinary price concessions. This Is nn event which will appeal to evi rybody, and no one should tail to share In the wonderful benefits. Sab' starts tomorrow, Tuesday morning, nt 9 o'clock. ,t;1 For S Il mem th hat lieht in weight and flexible well aa durable, we earnntly recom Stetson Self-Conforming Hat U )ttt the Si'tion Soli ml Dirbr Him in ill the Iticii inlci. SEE WASHINGTON THE HEART OF THE NATION PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD TOURS FROM NEW YORK SIX-DAY OUTINGS AprliMttyOOH. . J g ) (J HouJ Trip TIX XX 33 313 -3D AY OUTINGS May 7, 1808. $14.50 According; to Hotel Selected. All Kxpcnscs. All the Chief 1'olnts of Interest at the National Capital. Deinllrit ltlnrrnrlm nnd full Inform nllnn in By ba nhtnlned ot C, Stodda, E. I'. A., ild.1 I'lftli Avrnue, New Vdi'k I'll jr. y J. It. UOOIJ, rnssruiier Tnilllo Agent. tiEO. W. DO YD, (rnrrnl Tnurngpr Agrnt. Fur Storage. This Is the time to tlilnli if your furs nml entrust tl l to tlinw who will examine tliein carefully mul care for them ciircfully till wiutcd next winter. A'c mnUc n speclnlty of fur slornso. THE BROOKS-COLLINS COMPANY, "Do ('Impel Street. FOR CAPT. ANTHONY Eecognition of His Daring Res cue Probably Will be - . Made. slnRle dollar. In addition to the pecun iary sacrifice thus Involved C'a'pt. Ali mony was rorcea to mvo up ins btisi- i cemetery, ness of whaling In Hritish waters and j froni the Iflnally to abandon It altogether ns a rrsun oi nis acuvity in tne irisn cause, It Is to make dipt. Anthony's worth less stock In the Catalpa Rood and to pay In a measure a third of n cen tury's debt of Irish frrntitude tlm t the movement Is Inaugurated. August Diiiiin. Kuneral services for the late August Dauni, who died Thursday, were held from his late residence yesterday af ternoon mid were very l.irgely attend ed. The Interment was In Kvergreen Delegations were present. Odd Fellows, Knights of TO RAISE $1,000 HERE Famous Irishman Aided In lOscnpc of Political Prisoners lu V I Australia, tit A Tltl V. XTOHY. Pythias ami the t'anton Aurora. The Hev. Iir. Tliiini o'ltlclnted, and the floral offerings were many and beautiful. The arrangements were In the hands, of Messrs. Stahl & Son. After many years, & recognition other ,thaii that ot mere gratitude Is to he. ihown to Capt. George. Anthony of New Bedford, Mass., the. whaler who rescued the Irish political prisoners taken to Australia and there Incarcer ated by the British government. Home of his friends In this city have followed :hc, lead of Waterbury Irishmen and will endeavor to raise by voluntary subscription the sum of $1,000 and will nesent the same to him. Capt. Anthony who Is a customs olllclal In the once .great whaling ports, never received a i'ent for the, risk he took, and It Is the Intention to repay him now, although aver 30 yours have elapsed since the rescue. ('apt. Anthony was commissioned by' lertaln distinguished Irish patriots to jndertake the perilous task of rescuing Ex-lflsh political prisoners, and after IS aiouths of hazardous adventure In Aus tralian wuters the prisoners were tuuggU'd on board the Catalpa and Drought to America; not, however, un til after Capt. Anthony had Hung the Stars and Stripes In the face of the British man-of-war who dared Its com triander to fire. For his aplenclld deed f daring Capt. Antonjr received 1, 0n In' stock of the r'.'Ssel Catalpa, dhlch, however, Bjver netted him a Our father said, some weeks ngo, As we sal round lilni yawning, We'd better tske the night for rest And rise In the curly morning. Suppose, dear children, we agree ( To a Utile pi h ii of mine, ; That we begin the romlng year To go to bed at nine? So New Year's night we went to bed, We did not wait tn ynwn. Aurora had not ellnihed the hills, When we arose next morn. We a'l fel' cheerful, proud nnd pleased, Our nerves were calm, sublime, We wished we had begun before To go to bed lit nine. Our wrinkles would nil pass away, (Mir roses would return. And we'd grow happier every day, And for long lost sports would yearn. Our best loved friends we would advise bate pleasures to resign. For health and fortune walled those Who went to bed nt nine. Three nights we kept cur noble planj Three nights alas, no more And Inter up at night we stayed Than e'er we did before, The midnight oil burns brighter now, As In the nights long punt. ' Th" resolunttovi Hint we made Was far too good to Inst. A. C. William N. Moo. Funeral services for the late Wil liam X. F.no, who died Thursday, i will be held at his late resilience, 4 T ti Orchard street this afternoon at 2;ftn o'clock, The Hev. X. J, Wye k off will officiate. Interment will be in Ever green cemetery. ' Marine Rccorc;. iMiirr ok m: iuvk.v. AltHIV Kli. Sill Nn ut Hits, Hecves. "h -Mvrtl", Caswell, N, y. Sell Antelope. Milton. X. Y. Wild Y igeon. culvert. New London ( lyK A K foil. n An-flla Ann. (iandv, Ambov. h Cora Mi. v. Miller. New London, it Tempest, St. Clair N. Y. KEY FITTING Cun and Lecksmlthin'. SFORTSMEN'S .SUPPLY CO 68 Center S! E. I!. Bassetl, Mr, JEWELERS. Spring Jewelry New tilings throughout our store. ( tiff ISuttons Wntcli Fobs find Chains, Hat I'lus, Itrncclcts, etc., In nil Hie new and pleasing designs. J. H. G. DURANT, Watchmaker and Jeweler, 71 ( IH 1 11 STHF.I .T, Opposdle Postofliro. HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE Twin Screw Passenger Servise NEW YOHlv ltOTTF.KDAM Via BOLT I.OGNK. Ptatendom, Apr. 22 I nvndnin. . .. May is.Ains iiam, Apr.-'J I rotsdani ...May 13 liullnnd-Amcrlea l.lor, 3U n'ny, .. Y. Or Local Agent. Hamburg-American. WKKKLl RURVICK TO I.IIMIIIV-I'AitIS HtlllMIKi A (.IHIHII Alt AI'I I'.S l.l',()A Hy Large, Luxurious Twin-Screw Steaniers; all modern appointments. Olllee B" irnj, a, v., or any local As' nt. ANCHOR LINE GLASGOW M) lO,i)JNOERRy. Snllleg from elv York every Mi (unlay Ne.v i win-nerew .Meamshlpa "t Hllfornla," "I ali'iliinla" nml "( iiIiiiii Mil" Average passage "14 days.) and Favorite Sti'iiiner 'Knrnrln." Splendid accommodations. Kxcellcnt i Service. Sl.(IO Sll'i.r.O, (KI7.no nnd 72.,'.(l. Mvl HMI l AIMX, I fJ.-.n AM) HI."., till tt 'J t I, ism, 7..-.u nml WS.75. Apply to IIKNURKSoN iiltOTI I KKS. New York; or J. Mustarde, 1)4 Crown Sl..Illshop d. Co.. ISIi orange St., .1. A. Swenson, 51 J Slate SI., or Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Churcli St., New Haven, ;i:!:nL siiii'i'i(i kws. Snble Island, N. S., April III. Steamer Zeeland, froin Antwerp for New York, wns reported by Miirennlurn in when s.in miles east of Snndv Ilook nt S;ln p. m., April CS, will dock S a. in, Tues day, steamer Mlnm halia, from ImiiIoii for New York, whs reported bv Mnt- eonlgrnm when ,Mn miles east of Snndv Hook at noun, will dock nt S a. in. Tuesday. New York. April IB. Arrived: Steam er Sicilian I'rlnce, Naples, I'nternin, etc.; La Toiiialne, llai'io. Cape Knee, N. F., April 19. Steamer Kaiser Wllhelin 11. from Bremen, for New York, was reported by Mareonl gr.iinl.L'2n mes enst of Sandy Ilook nt la a. in., will dock (M p. m. Tues day. 1 lielaware Ilreakwnter, Del,, April Ifl. Sailed: Hchnoner Ann J. Tralnor (from Haltlmore), lloston. IV 1 1 hi 1 i New Haven Line W.W OHK, TUB SOI TH AMI FJiT Fnnlm Wm FOR CtfMr FAHFS UEDltF.1) Spread i he Easier Spirit KKXKAI-V ()M'lli;T. FAINTK1 IX CIU KCII. West Haven Woman Swooned IMirlntf Ki'.sler Services. Mrs. .Mary Gaffney, an aged lady re siding nn Fourth avenue, West Haven, fainted during the services at St. Law rence's Roman Catholic church yester day morning. She wns taken neross the street to Johnson's drug store and after she recovered was conveyed to her home. Last evening It was stated that she was very comfortable. Siiys Connecticut Is Solid lleptihllcnu State Xow. Michael Kcnealy, chairman of the republican state central committee, wns the drawing card at the monthly entertainment of the Young Men's Hc publlran club Saturday evening, and In the course of Ills address he said some slgnllh ant things. Among otln r things he said: "This year we (the republicans shall roll up ns largs a majority in Connecticut for the state and national tickets ns we did tn 1 Mill." (That was about 5(1,000.) "1 am opposed to the direct primary bill offered In the last legislation," said he, "for It would give the oppos ing party a say In the nomination of the candidates of the other fellows. If It ever became law we could not main tain party organization or discipline. 1 speak now not. us a partisan, hut in the Interests of good government. "For the national republic-tin organ ization, I can say that, with tne single exception of Cleveland, the men who have done things have been all re publicans since the parly originated over a half century ago. "Connecticut is as thoroughly re publican as any stat In the jnion, ex cept Vermont. WO are eompnratl.'ely as republican as Pennsylvania." XKW I.OMIO II It I K MtTKM. New London. April I fl. -Arrived : S-h V. f). Hilton, i from New York I. rscirt, Me.'; Hessle Leila, (from New Ha ven I. Providence, Sailed: Schr. CharlcR 1. Kllnek. i from South Amboyi, Siiuthlngtiiii, Me. STKAMK.K HICHAM) I'Kf'K. From New llnvrn Leave Hello Dor d.illv. except Mondays 1:30 a. m. From New York Leave Tier 2?, Fast Ttlver. near Catherine St., 3:0(1 p.m. dolly except Sundays. Time between New Haven nnd New York about live houra. Ticket 3 and stateroom at Bishop & Co.'s, 1S5 Orange street, also at belly Dock and on Slennier. OF.O. O. KLACK, Agent, New Haven. F. C. COLEY. A. G, P. A.. New York. ew York Wh Haven Railroad FEBItUAHY 2. 1B0S. I Oil Nuw Iumk 4;2u, :5S, x5:SS, 6:6u, 'fe:uv, xSJi, tAb, 'v.ib, lu:au, a. in., l):v3i2:iu, l;ii, i.ui, t.U, i.0J, 't.ai, :3D, '6:ua, b;J, U:urf, 'ti-.a, 'r.n, 'r.tii, 'Utut, 'v.vi, 9:o p. lu. tiuuuiiju 'iUU, -4:4o, Xi'.ij, 'b.oj u. in., U:uu, 'l;ob, 2:ua, 'i.ii, i.iu. 6:uj,-xt):lu, ii-.ti, '(jja, i:ai, v.vi, n;2u p. ui. tut tuinittiu l Harlem lllvcr l.uu p. in., 'H.vo, iiigui, dally. For Itoniuu m JiHmoru uud W11U inuu.ic iv.jj u. iu., 'i.vo p. in. lur HiiHtua tin Ae Luuilvu and rroM.kn.r. 2:zw '2:06 U:42, n. in., -u.uo, li.ii, 'i.oo, -;au, :, !8.42, i:uo, p. in. buadu 'f.ii, i-.ba u. m., l.;uo, "t-.oa, -llU3, ;, P. lu. r lliislon via KprluuUclil U19, loll a. m., i:tb, '5:46, p. m. 6undy M;!" a. 111.. 'inb. 6:4o D. 111. For liuriiord, prluguvlu, k.tcwl:10 x4:uu, 0:00, i:o, 'Iv.ui, "11:11, a. m xl:uti, 1:45, o.Hl, -f.ui, xi:u, -5:4i, t:ji, :lu, tto iim'ifora, x:lu. 9:62 u. m. auudajs l:iu, xl:u6, xll:46. a. m., 1:45, 'iAt, 7;1. x8:lu, xll:2U p. m. l ur New Luudou, UK'. 2:JU, 2:55, ":4J, 11:13, ttu Bayjruok;, 'ni;42 a. 111., i2:ub, ,2:42, z:bb, a:uo, 4:20, '4:53, 6:15, B:lu, 00 Huyliruokj, ji(i:42, l:ti, U:i, (to Suybruuk, p. in. Sundaya 2:20, 2;55, ;i2, u. ill., 12:u6, '2:66, 'i.b'S, 7:j5 p. m. ; l or iUUIilleiunn, W lllliuantle, Ktcw 7:35 a. 111., 12.6b, :U2, p. in. bunday t:2u p. 111. Fur Miclhurne Kulln, Fti 7:44 a. m.' 12:2U tto New Hartford), 4:01, 6:64 p. m. t.10 WcathebJ). For W llie,l,urT lir,n fvln Vono-olncV Junctloiu, ii;uo. 11:32, a. in. 2:36. 4:45, S 7 - .1 If 1 I -ill r. ' ,,, UM,,,.n..a I..O. tl.llt u. 111., rj:th, n:60 p. 111. For Wiiisled f :60 (wla Naugatuclt Junction , 0:32 a. 111., 2:35, 6:46. 3:40 p. ill. Sundays 8 :3R u. m., 6:45 p. m. For I'll (ultel.l nnd Inlrrinedlnle I'olnlf -b.ob (via Urlitjjcport), 8:32 a. ui. 3:62 (via Bridgeport) 4:05 p. in. bundUy 1 .".1 tvia m irigepori ) a. 111. rur l.llelillrl.l 0:82 a. In., 4:05 ft. m. suniiays ,:6o (via Hrldgcnort) a, Lxpreta trains. xLocal express, lli-urior car iimueu. w. u. 111 icit n, f. c. roi.isr, ucn. Supt. Ast, (.erf. !iia. Afft, White Star Line NEW Y0RK-QUEENST0WN-L1VERP03L With a Gift. Fred Taylor, SCant ucket. bouml east, Smlih. ( from fort Reding) Tugs Resolute, two barges AN At.'F.I) 1MIYSICIAX It i3 not necessary to make anrexpensive gift." Good will" is quite as often shown by careful selection. Allow us to suggest for "my lady" a plain or engraved veil pin. A slightly curved pin is correct. A hat pin that com- bines appropriate color and ef fect; a belt pin, or a set of handy pins, cannot fail to be Cedrle, Apr. Arable, Apr. ltd Celtic, Miiy 7. Hill tie, llll.v 14. PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURG-SOUTHAMPTON Adriatic, Apr. 2-. I Oeeaiile, May (I. .tlnJPNile, Apr. 211. I Teutonic, II ay 13. BOSTON-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOQL I 'list T iv 1 11 Nerew llall Menniem, of 11,10(1 (u in,NII(l tonm. CVHItlC, April 22, 3 p. in.) May S3, Ni:v Yomt Tfj ITAI V AM) BOSTON IU I I HL I Yin A,(irK, Mnilelrii, (ilhriiltnr. ltomnnlc, Apr. '25. I Clinople, May 1 Cretle, May U. I Itoniiuile, May 30, For plnus, etc., apply to Company Office, 0 Broadway, N. V., or 31 rUate St India Hiilldlng, Uoston, or to Sweezey & Ketney. I113 Church street, Bishop ,fc Co., 1S5 Orange ntreet; .1. H. I'arlah & Co., 30 Orange street, New Haven. m25 mwf ai)- 1" . AtrtV Starin's N. Y.'&N. H. Line. DAILY EXCEPT 8ATFRDAT. FASSFNtiFIt AM) l ltF.KJHT SIOItVlCB Leaves New Haven D:uti p. 111., Btarl'l I'ler, foot of Brown Htreet. Leavs New York 0:00 p. m., Cortlandt Street, Tier No. 13, N. R. Fare 75c., excursion tickets 11.25. Hooms $1. Tike Chap el Street cars to Brewery street. l'assenger service discontinued until further notice. C. 11. FISHFI1. Agent, New llnvrn. Conn. Monson's Jewelry Store. 857-859 CHAPEL ST. After Years of i;.ierleiicc (ilves t lie Following Advice. "If vim have unvthlnir fo ilo . with medicines at aii lie pretty sure you 1 appreciated by the recipient. know what you are taking." Win. H. Hull of HuII'h Corner Drug Stores, says this la a strong point In favor of the valuable cod liver prepara tion, Vlnol. Everything It contains la plainly printed on the label, therefore It Is not a patent medicine. Vlnol contains In a highly concentrat ed form all of the medicinal, body building eli'iiieiits of coil liver oil, ac tually taken from fresh cods' livers, hut with the useless,"' nauseating oil eliminated and tonic Iron, which is a needful constituent for the blood added. This is the reason that Vlnol accom plishes such wonderful results in cur ing chronic coughs, colds, bronchial and lung troubles, nnd there Is nothing known to medicine I hat will so ipilckly build up the run down, overworked, tired and debilitated, or give strength and renewed vitality to the aged, as Vlnol. We can only ask every person In New Haven who needs such a medicine to try Vlnol on our offer to return their money If It fails, Hull's Corner Drust .Stores, Cor. HI ate and Chapel streeU, cor. Howard and Congress avenues. "BROOCHES. We are now showing a most com. uVte line of brooches, especially in the diiinty enamel und tieiii-pi'ct'loui Gtonca. 1'liu early nurcliuser Una tlio best variety to choose from. ENGRAVED VISITING CARDS and ADDRESS DIES W. L. WIGHTMAN 101 GRANGE ST. Room 1. 1st Flo sr. It A3 jQUs. i,i1 '33 chape!. Street, NEW HAVEN. FRENCH LINE.. Compngul General Tranantluulla.il, Direct .blue to HAVKti i'AiUd, rjuc. Balling every T11UKSDAY, 10 a. tn. From Pier 42, North River, New Tor. l,a Tciuralne April 23 La Savola ; ... April -30 I.a Provence May 7 T.a 1irralnH May 14 l.a Touralne May 21 M,a Favolo , May 2 rwln-serew utenmen. Applv to French biN, IV State Et, Y. or Sweexey & Kelsey, 1,12 Church 8tH Blehop Co., ll Oratfe St, lJarlft Co.. tn Orne Be AMERICAN LINE Plymouth (lierlioiitij Soutlinmplun From New York Saturdays at 10 a. m. St. Louis, Apr. 25. 1 I St. Paul. May 0. Phlla , May 2. .1 New York, May 18. RED STAR LINE New York Dover Antwerp, Zeeland, Apr. 25. I Finland, May 9. Kroonlund, May 2. I Vaderland, May 18 Olllee, U llriiudmi), Nn Viirk vlty. Pier If nnd IB., IM. It., N. Y. tily. fiiehop & Co,, 18R Urange He; M. Zun- der tt Rons, 249 State St.; J. H. Ftristi I b Co.. ht Orango St.; Bwoezcy & Kel y. 102 Chureh St.. New Haven, eod t( entering in nil Its brandies by skilled nnd e.perleiu.'e(l peopla: vedillnus, banquets, dinners, parties, teas, etc. Good taste; K"d fluullty. Minee Tics and Plum Puddings to order. Experi enced wultcis and rooks furnished. The E. J. WilliamsvCatering Co., it EL3I STUKET, QXVX NESIUT'S. Furniture Piano . . . MOVING STORAGE WAREHOUSE. Let us quote rates for your Spring moving or storage. The Peck & Bishop Company. TELEPHONE 1201.