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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, AFMl 21, 1908.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. 'IT DfiX We SeM Ac styHsi Queen Quality Tan Oxfords $2.50, 3,00 and $5.50 a Pair ORIENTAL RUGS wnimimmiwM'mwp'.'iiwjiiiMi main Never Sold at Such LOW Prices i i & : Norway Iceland Spitzbergen tXCURSION June 27 July 21, br No-ili Grmin Lloyd S. S. "Grosser Kniluenl" from Bremen, for Inhrmnitu, Boekltti, He,, teply ORLRICHS Ik CO., $ Rraidvty, New York tf tny local tent, aaa The little sombrero with neaked crown Is shown In the m 111 I m-ry tip. I pnrt iiif-nt.H fur snnll folks' wear this I summer. (f There hasn't been such an Important Oriental Rug Sale in New Haven in years. fl A famous Armenian collector of Rugs.one of the most influential and distinguished importers , in this country is selling his great stock of Eastern Rugs at short notic. f He became fascinated with the collecting of rare old brasses, and will, in the future make this his business. He's impatient to sell out and doesn't care much what the losses are. fl He had heard of our success with Oriental Ru; sales and has asked us to help him clear quick. This Short Price List Shows How He Has Sacrificed Profits: China and Japanese Matting All n;w wttvei, fresh from the Orient, twenty-fivs pieeet of Jpan:se Matting, the regular price 35cti yird. Special 29cts Yard Twenty piecei Chini Mattine, dainty checks r.d stripes, the very best, regular price 39c Special 29cts Yard Plff. Rf! Worth. Site Trice. Hamad, .30x4.4 $12.50 $0.00 Shirvan 8.0 x2.10 50.00 37.50 4.5 x 3.8 35.75 30.00 5.2 x 4.3 30.00 25.03 4.0 x 3.3 30.00 24.50 4.5 x 3.11 35.00 26.50 5.2 x 3.10 34.50 25.50 5. x 3.7 30.00 25.00 Kirman 6.9 x 4. 150.00 86.25 5.0 x 4. 145.00 85.00 Tabriz 6. x 4. 85.00 50.00 " 13.3 x 8.0 475.00 3.25 Kermnnshah 8.10x 7.4 155.00 110.00 Afghan 8.5 x8.3 150.50 125.00 0.8 x 8. 150.00 125.00 8.10x7.10 15O.00 125.00 10. x8. 180.00 140.00 All-Iron Beds In Any Size Special prices, 1 wee' only; 13.50 Ped? for $2.63 85.50 Beds for 13.98 19,00 Eed for $5.98 f 10 CO Beds for J8.50 $15.00 Beds for $10.98 MATTRESSES all food ticking, nude any sire, in two parts. $1.89 Each Combination, any size, in two parts, for $2.98 Each Some nf the new skirls hi-p being 1 1n -with soft crepe tin I'lilnp, n nil iitp Hnrn without miy pet t cou t. s what so pvcr. The imilii'pllti shape nt iIip runt which w.is heralded as the coining fashion h quite unpopular and the skirl k If anything curve luwdrd at the font line. New York' Wti Haven & Hhrd failroad. ri;nni Aitv a. 100s. FOIl Miii KitUv'l.Su, M;66, x5 .61. 6. ill), "ji.uu, xH.16, .)!, ';4o, lumu, a., in.. lS:u.i, iJ;iu, -na.ita. n;il, a;a, ;, 'IH'". :36. -6:04. 6:S5, li.ua, "t,;, .,;,,, ,,,ai B;o. V..M p. Ill, riunu,! .i:tn. v7 kll . I".. lUiVV. Mio. "2:ua. 'i:a-A Among the pioMlest nf tlip sheer l!t tle frocks fur children's summer wear arp thoHp nf tlip line cross-bar hand kerchief IImpii, inmlp with Dutch yokes f 1 hp flnrst luiby Irlnli crochet laco. I''t'"iii thin luce liiinil tnhs fnll over thn short sieve, w hich Is olthor made iih 11 puff caught In by n lace strnp cuff above (Iip plbow nf as n circular fliii'p edged with liicp anil about six Inches drop nt nutpr pnrt. A Great Sale . of Domestic Rugs HERE'S THE STRONG PRICE STORY WITHOUT INTRODUCTION Axtninster Rujs the very best quility, lire 9x12. fine f 25.50 Ruprs for $19.89 Cashmer; Ru?s size 9x12, beautiful Orientel pitterns. Special Price $16.93 Fine quality Brussels Rags, sizs 9x12, $20 Ru;s $1$ American Oriental Rugs size 9x12, from copi;s of Per sian Carpets, $26.50 Rugs for $2 J. SO Japsnese Ru ;S for b e d rjoms or shore cottages, size Size6x0, $6.50 S ze7-610-6, 58.98 Size9xl2 $10.98 Bungalow Rugs Sire 3)x6 $1.49 Size 36x72, 2 98 Sizi 7-6x10-6,' $8.50 Size 9x12, $10.93 Sango Runs N Size 30x63, $1.25 Sizi 36x72. J 1.49 Al'-wool Smvrni R u t s sprcial values fcr one week. Door Ma s; 16x34, 21x4 . 26x 4. 30x69, Size 36x72, MZ? Eizr Size Size 59cti $1.19 $1 98 $2.19 $2.85 Axmit s'.er Rujs sizs 30x5 feet, they're $2 Rugs, $1.50 Freach Wi'toni all new coloring, J 3. 50 Rugs $2.25 A Remnant Sale All kitds of rich elegant Upholstery Stuffs; Silks, Ta psstrits, Velours and cre tonnes in squires larje enough for cushions, chairs aid table covers. LESS Ihm HALF. Imported French Mohair Rugs 27x27, Special $2.75 27x5 feet. Special $3.98 36x36. Special $3 93 6x9. Special $15.00 Hall Runnirs, 36x12. $15 As thil rpsult nf n fortunnip purclmsP nf soiiip nf the (lnpst nf Iip penson's ninti'rlnls from bk mills which wcrp left nftpr filling their i-prliis nnlcrs Hip Howp nml Ptctsnu KlnrpR will put nn cap HiIh itiornliiR 11 line nf drpss c'in.ls, Just, what you iic.vl rlcht now nt n piiv lin? to you nf ."i0 crnts on Hip dolliir. Th"p acsnrtnicnt IwIihIp tailor (iiIiIiirh, In lb.. )trpyn which nrp ho faNliinmibl", In liht ih"ck ii nd hnlr Hup pattcrne "0 In. 'hps whip; nml purp wonl pnniiina clnilu, vprv popular anl highly satis factory for wcarlnK rp lallt JEWELERS. Spring Jewelry XCW llllllRH llll'tMIKlllllll our Hlorp. Cuff Itiiltiins, Mnicli 1'tihs mill ( liilns, Hut I'lnn. Ilriicclclfi. p(r In nil tlip new nml pleasing rtrslyn. J. H. G. DURAMT, Watchmaker and Jeweler, , 71 CIM'RC'II STHKKT, Oppose rnsiiifrii'p. Spread the Easter Spirit While n pppclHl effort Is hrlnst iiiiiiIp to Intmiluip iTPtonup trlniiiilnp!', It must lip rciiipmbpred that so Ioim "R" as n year efforts were beliiR inn.lp In that illii'i-t Ion. nnd that fnr somp time prf vlous the Parisians had used thP flowers cut from cretonne frauled In I s a fV'. Is certain Knwns. Thel- Is no doubt that fabrics nf that nr.lpr, If the material be plain. Is effective and pxcIiisIvp but on ntlmr materials, especially !!v? Milks and vpIvpIs nnd the Baur.y ptuffs, cre tonne nrn imentR whether In bunds nr cut-nut flnwers npplbiucJ on, ure whol ly out of place. . With a Giff. t i i 4 It is not necessary to make an expensive 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 appreciated by the recipient. 4. So, 5;d,'xbau, H.ll.l. U'V.l - ' v v i. Ill, , I or Utiiui.iiifcKiu H iiftrli'm Hiver- I liUY y. 111., nigiu, dully. , ! II Or Hum luii In Uu..i...u i inm - a i a in IIUU V I III I nniuiu .'i.ui a. ,., .4;Ua p, ,, rur iiukiiib tin j,,v Lonuiiu ana I'rut iilvuoi- f.SV, i:oo .U;a, h. in., mm, um, M;20, Miii, U;4:'. ',:uo, v. m. aunduyn ;lu u. in., l.;ui, J.uo, m.03.' Jiui, p. ni. lr llonloa vIh KprluBHeld '1:10. U:H . in., i:4d, -541,, p. m. bundaya 'jau u. in,, -b;4B p. m. . I'or llnriiuril, Hviliiuui'iu, bit'. naO X4.UO. :4o, 1 :4s, a. in., xl:uo, 1:45, aau, i;ui, xo;uu, 6;4u, o;js, no iluitfuiu, x:lu, 9;bi p. in. buiulaj i lau. x:uu, xll;45. a. iiT. l:4i), l;4ii, 7;lu, xSau. xv.iv p. m. hur Sfw l.uuduu, lite. -a.u, s.BJ, "A", 11:13, (lu suyjrouU), "ll:4j a. m.. 13;6, J:4i', s:64, :ub, 4::u, 6:l5, B:lo, io Saj oruukj, !;g6, 11:30, uu Kuybrnukj, p. m, Buuday . 3;llo, 'l!:6r., ;63, a. in., '12:06, '2:16, -t . f 3 , 7 : Jo p. in. 1'ur Mlilillelonu, Wlllliunntle, Etc. 7:36 a. In., 12:68, b :02, p. in. bundayi 7:20 p. in. Kur Mii'lliurne I'HlIn, Kl:, 7:44 a, nu. 12:20 ttu New lUrifordJ, 4:01, 6:64 p. m. tin WeauielU). m Flir i IIIPrh..r.ll :RA Ivla V..i.....nl. Junctloiw, :00, 9:82, a. in. 8:36, 6:45, iu, ji;io, p. ni. Sundays ::6, 11:16 in., 6:40, d.Bu p. in, l''or U lnmlf..lll:Kll via N..I t. Junction), :32 a. in., 2:35, 6:45, 7:40 p. in. Sundays 8:25 a. m.. fi:4r. n. m. 5:65 (vlu Brlilgoport). S:32 a. in. 3:61 iM uruigeporw 4:o& p. in. Sunday-. no ivia urmxeport) a. nu I'nr l.llnhfli.1.1 'I'fltl .. ... J-ni . Sundays 7:66 ivla Hrldgcpurt) a. m. -r,Airi-B trains. xL.ocai express. Il'arlnr rnr Ihnllprt w , II I IS It It, F. V. VOVKX. Oeo. Supt. At. Urn. rasa. Art Starin's'N. Y.&N.H. Line. PAIl.T EXCEPT SATURDAY. i'Assi:.Gi:it axu fiieight tiEitvica i.vci iu,v jiuvun ;uii p. ni., biarri Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leav New York 9:00 p. m Cortlandt Street. Pier No. 13. N. R Vara 7K .vnii,.lnn tickets 11.25. Rooms 11. tike Chan el Street cars to Brewery street. t Passpn&pr service discontinued until further notice. V. Jl. FISHER. Aaent, m llavea. Conn. TAFT THE ABSENTEE Trips on Official Duties, Vaca tions and Campaigning Are Record-Making. MUCH CRITICISM PROVOKED Intimation Tlmt Future Speech-Making Trip Will hp, 1tiiiltod to Wprk-IOnds. I t'oniments on the secretary's nbs..oK'en ' from WiishliiRton ure by no nieaiiH ron j fined to newspapers and pulillc .leu un 1 friendly to his candidacy. The H'cre i tit ry. It Is bcllevf d, npirecint"S the , force of this criticism and lias nee i.i.e ! fpnslllvfi to It. It Is said that hp is mow i (MIhk enRagenients made, snme time a so, and making no new PiiKUR.-i.it nts that will take him hwhj- f t mil his post In the war department. The Washington ITeratd 1 1 1 1 :-t morning In ft IphiUiik artlcln sets forth at lciis.li Mr. Tafl'H Invels, hihI contrasts tils nllt-tif-tnwn lictivlty W iih the i. nurse pursued by some of the other t:tndi dates. What follows Is drawn from tills lirllfle, Vlcp-I'resldent Fairbanks, Sp Mkei Cannon, ami Senator Knox, while Sic- h'T late home y.sterday n flernnon. The mrvlces Were conducted l,y (ho Itev. I"n il.-rli k Kitunders of tir ice ,M. K. church. The nephews nf the ib cease HctPtl as beiinrs at the funeral, and the Interment vim In the timilly lot In i:veri:reen cemetery, I'.eecher Heiim tt in Inn tlm undertakers in charge. "pnoFFSMm" i,.ii, patMist. flhmliiprl limry I'ntlpp I'nNo rp rnrs Ills Xnmp AImi I'nlsp. Putnam, April 20. - Allien Main nf Haverhill. .Mass., a palmist, who han hepn traveling under the n.inip pf eprofessnr" fieorgp l.add. nnd who was nrrpstPd Inst week nt I'rnvl Iphcp, K. I., and brniigbt to this pity chnrjred with having oht.ilnPd inonpy under fnlsp pretenses from Mrs. Martha K. Rvann when brought before the court to-day.' changed his plea of not guilty, pntPrPd Pftturdny to one nf guilty, on i lln ipniint. that of having secured from Mrs. Kvnns m, on neceniber 11, 1007, and was Ailed $40 and fusts, which were paid by bis brother. Mrs. KvaiiH, who made onmplnlnt to the pollcp pxplalnpil that slip had partPd from here husband at Portsmouth. N. II., several yp-irs ago, hut that she ilpsired a rpconolll'i tlmi. SIip alleged that Main met her at Keene ,X H.. and Ip.irnlng of thp matter. Informed her he possesspd pnw-pi- to bring about a rpconclllatlon, and would do fo If she paid him. She fur ther allegpd that slip gavp him at va rious times In Keene, , H. and In tills Monson's Jewelry Store. 857-859 CHAPEL ST. BROOCHES. We are now allowing a mM roin. pletc line of brooches, especially In tbe dainty cnnincl and gpnil-prccloiu tones. The enrij purchaser baa the beat variety to choose from. n ft mm 788 CHAPtst Street. MEV HAVEN. CT FRENCH LINE. Comuaanl Ueaerai Traaaullaminaa. Direct Una to HAVhB I'AHIS, Fr?ue, bailing every inuiuuAl, l a. m. From Pier 42, North RlTer. New Tork. I, a Touralne April 21 Iji Bnvote April 80 I, a Provenre May 7 La Ivirralne ., May 14 M.a Touralne May 21 l Ravole May 2H Twin-serew bt earners. ADDty to French Una. It Stat fit. N. T. or Sweesey A Keleey, 1D1 Church St,1 nisnop uo., us uraii; Parish Coa II Oranaa Bt Bishop & Company STEAMSHIP TICKET OFFICEJ Plreot Afc-enU for European and Coastwise Iilnes. Staterooms and sleeping car berths reserved in advance. ' Rates nnmed to all distant polntN ijacgnge cnecitea irom resiaence. prison. I.pvI C. lillhert, F. P. Pdevlian, John Hay, ir.. nnd lir. Samuel Avres. The interment wa In the family plot i rll'' ,lf i"ny which nggregated In Kvergreen cemetery. nhmit Mod. One count, involving ?!Ci was wlth- I drawn, to-day, Mrs. Kvnns stating that Ins Main had paid back' to her nearly all thp money be hail received, she did not care to prss the c.isp further. ! Miw. iloliti Kni lip, I The fun,. nil of the IhIo Mrs. John ; Itoehe tnnk place yi slcrila y niornlng 'from her late residence, f,:;i ('niigrcss nvinne, nnd wns very largely attend ed. At St, .lohn's church n solemn I blub muss of Vciiileni was celelirated i by the liov. Fa I her I'nrd. the itev. Father t'nyle being dem-nti mid the iiev. i iniier iseitung Hiin-rieiieon. AAillliini V. Kim. Funeral services for the lute Wil liam N, Kim, w ho died Thursday, were hei nt his lute residence, 47fl Orch ard f-treet, yesterdHy afternoon at 2;:i0 o'cloi k. The Itev. N. ,1. Wyekoff nf llclateil. Interment was In Kvergreen cemetery. Washington, April 20 Criticisms of Secretary Taft's many and sometimes j prolonged flbspnrps from his office and, duties In the War ippnrtmcnt have hp- j enme so idiarp and so wlrlpspread that an intimation has bpen given tlmt here- after the seerptnry will confine his' campaign and speech-making trips to week-ends. The accompanying tabulat- ed statPtnpnt is Iwdlpvetl to he a fairly i acrurate actount of Mr. Taft's travels i and HbseiKP.s from Washington dur'n,? 1907 und up fo the present date of this year. The table includes absences nn ofllclal duty and vacations, as well as campaigning trips: WV. March J0Npw York. .March lS.ew Haven. March 30-AprlI nost Indies, May 3Daytnn, O. May 7Jamestnvn Kxpnsltlnn. May 2'i-Juiip 1 St. Louis. June N to 21!S. Dakota and Kansas, July 4-Aug. t(lMunay Hay, Can a U, Aug. I(i-Dec. 21Around the world. Dec. 24t'lnclnnati, Dec, 30Rostnn. IMS: January inXew A'ork. January 14riilladelpbla. Kehrutiry 7 in lPMlchlgan, Missouri. February 21 Wu ffalo. 2fi.'rw Kngland. .New Kngland and X. .lera-'y. April l3.Npbrii.sku and Ohio. April l?New York. Such a downright republican news paper and thlck-and-tbln admin'.-a" i tlou nupportPi' as the Philadelphia press, In a leading editorial Inst we, k, called on Spcretary Tnft to resign be cause of these absencos from his iihVe on speecli-niaklng trips, and to condii-''. Ills cajnpnign for the presidency as a. prlvate'cltlzcti. Itecpntly In the sen,i.f- Henator Hale madp a veiled .'rl'.ieivn of Mr. Taft on tho. same score. retary Taft has been promoting hU pn- lltlcal Interesis over the cnuniry, lave.; steadfastly kept nt their pnsta In! Washlngtnn. The lcp-president, since ; congress assembled, has made it his j practice to decline all Invitations 11'. mi j outside the Hly, find Speaker Cannon j and Senator Knox have followed Ihls rule with but few exopptloici, SecreU ry ! Taft, however, In the last four mmi'lis, ho devoted more than hull' l is tlnip, I perhaps three-fourths nf lis. pei.omil and political interests. The assertion la n !.,., .... ...I,.. ,. iil.li.nl ..m...... i, I' .,, ...i... ' " ' :Hoidu.nsahil A. Klrlch. any miminisiriition ever eipiaiicd .mi-. ,.,.,,. , . , Among the many very beautiful floral designs, were a pillow- from the i husband, also a wreath from Thomas ; iMotlltt. Among the other licmillful designs w ere those from Mr. and Mi s, j William AVIenners, Mr. nnd Mis. I Christopher llerg, Messrs. Thomas j I'ateisnn. Frank Drake, II. I.efry, Mienrge Camernn, .Innics McMahon, jMr. and Mrs. Mulligan, Messrs. W. Ward, V, Culllnan, Mrs. I). Duniner mid M.essis. It. Kcuvillo, William West, Mr, Hopkins, Mr. Howard, (Jenrge Cltarlps HcMond. Charles DeMond died at his resi dence, 107 Hlntchley avenue, Sunday nf nephritis, lie Vns the son of William H. HeMnnd and was twenty one years old. He was employed by the Now Haven Carriage Co. lie. sides his parents, h- is survived by several sisters. Funeral services will be held at the late residence tills af ternoon. Itev. Dr. Sneath will nllic late, Interment will be in Fair I lawn Union cemetery. fiOY F.HN AIM NT HF.( Ml lvrs. AVashlngton, April 30, Oovern mcnt receipts from Internal revenue: Ji1.lS3.3nrt; customs. $:7S.?0 2; mls rpllaiipouo, $ t rt S , !t 2 ; pxppiidlturcs, i2.4 2n,non. . February March 14. March 31- Taft's record as nn tibsentee. For about, a year and a half the sec retary certainly has been nn the go. Perhaps ho has been nt his desk four mnnths (luring that period. The Presi dent first ordered him off on Inspection trips to Panama, Pnrto Kico, and Cuba, and to the Philippines, by a long und 'devious route. These trips were taken I while tlw; country, and even the world, looked on In admiration. The people be igan clamoring lor a chance to see him. 'Often their desires were voiced in tbe presence of the president, In which In j slum ps tile press dispatches generally i announced that, the secretary accepted j their invitations before the visiting del legations departed irom the White ! House. i I'ndcf sueh circumstances Secretary Taft, of course, could not be continu ously at. die war department. He has always hastened back here betweei, ; trips, and tackled the mountains of pi ' pel's upon his desk against the moment when be must hasten away aiinln to ; augment tbe total of his annual travels. Isa belle, Santa Maria, council, sent a beautiful vreatli and also a. delegation nf Its memV'r.s acted as a giiard nf hnnor. The H. P. O. K, who were also rep resented, sent a. lovely floral eroarent, These Moral tributes completely cov ered the casket and were borne by Messrs. John Morrissey, Thomas Fiiughan, William and .lumen .Hen nessey, The pallbearers were Messrs. Frank Motlit, Frank Drake, Leonard M. Cram. Chris, lierg, Thomas Mnloncy anil Jarnies McMahon. Sisk ISrothcrs had charge of Hie. i arrangements. Interment was In St. i Law Timet' cemetery. Frederick H. Jlurlbiirt, The funeral of Frederick Hiirlburt, son of H, W. Jlurlluift, was held ycsi terday afternoon at his late residence, 111 Howe street. Uev. C. O. So'ivllle nlllclatii) and the burial was In Ever green cemetery. Mr. Hiirlburt was a genial young man who had many friends. He. wua an only son and his father Is now left alone, he mother having died itverdl years ago. 4ft& Marine Record. dSEB? ;-.M'.H l. MlliriMMi F,V. New York. April 20. Arrlvptl: Ht earn er Florida, Havre. Newnorl. It. 1., Anrll Ha.--Steamer Fi'lesliind. Liverpool and Queenstown for Philadelphia, passed the light ves sel at 1 o ; :t H a. ni. Naples, April Id. Arrived: Steamer Dnea Degli Ahni7,,l. New York. Cherbourg, AprlK ill. Hailed: Steam er Philadelphia i from Soul liainpton ) New York. Hrenien, Anrll 11. Sailed: Steamer dresser Kurfnrst, New York. F.istnel. April SlPHmer Liisltanla, New York for yueomUnwn and Liver pool, 2H miles west at l;.H p. in. Pro bably reach yueenstoim 1 a. m. Tups dHV. tllbraltar, April 1!'. Pa'se,);. pteamera' Franepsea, New York fnr Venice, Trieste, ele.; .itmr. Ilalla, New York for Naples and (ienoa. Sellly, April 2a. Passed : Htpanier (supposed! Plilladelphliin, Bostmr for Loudon. Hotlerdani. April 1!. Arrived: Steam er Potsdiini, New York vlu Moulogne. (ilasgow, April 1!'. Arrived: Steamer Columbia. New York via Movllle; Pre toilnn, Huston. (ieiioH, Anrll 10. Arrived: Steamer CHiiople, Hoston via Ponta Delgnda and Naples Palermo, April 17. Sailed: Steamer llalla, I (rom Nanles) New York. Hnulngne,' April 1 0. 2 a. in. Sailed: SteaniPr Ryndam. (from Hotlerdani) New York vlrr Halifax. Ullhriiltar, April 1S, Passed: Steam er (tln'iln, Triesie, etc., for New Orleans Madonna, NHples, for New York. Sellly. Anrll 20. Passed : Steamer Prlnr.pFSln Ceellle. New York for Ply month, Cherbourg and Hrenien. Pnletmn, April 12. Arrived: Steam er Llgurla, New Orleans for Oenoa, New York, Anrll 20. Arrived: Steam er Nlew Amsterdam. Dover, April no. Arrived: Steamer Finland. New York for Antwerp (anj proceeded j Plymouth, April 20. Arrived: Steani. pr K ronpi In.essln Ceellle, New York for Cherbourg and Bremen (and pro reeded I. New York. April 20. Arrived: Steam. era Zeiland. Antwerp; Minnehaha, Lon don. (iihrailar. Anrll 'JO. -Passed; Steam er Italia, Nnnles and Palermo, for New York. Sailed: Stennier Konlg Albert, New York. HOLLAND-AMERICA UNI Twin Screw Passenqer Servlc NEW YOKK ROTTERDAM Via BUUi loonk. ; Stntendam, Apr. 22 I Hyndam. . .. May t N.Ams'dam, Apr.29 Potsdam ..May 1; Hiillooil-Amrrlen Line, 30 It'nay, Jf. V; Or Local Aaent i . V ANCHOR LINE GIASGOW AND LONDONDERRY Sailing from New York every Satiirda New Twin-Screw Steamships Callfornln," "Caletlnnln" nnd "ColiimJ l.ln" Average passage 714 days.) and Favorite Steamer "Furneaala.'' Splendid accommodations. Kxcellen Service. KAMION 62.na. fllT.no and T2.nO. NF( OM ( A HIV. 42.n(t AMI f4H. 1 11 1 II I) (1,AS. SiT.RO nnd MS.7B. Apply to HKNDKItSON BROTH EB8 New York: or J. Mustarde, 94 Crow! Ht..Rlshop Co., 1S5 Orange St., J. M Pwenson. 51) Stnte St., or Sweezey Kelney, 102. Church St., New Haven. XKW I.IIMHIX inill.M! NOI'Kg. New Lnnrinn. Anrll 20. Arrived: Tug Battler with three hni'ros from west. Sailed: Tug Resolute with six barges hound west. OBITUARY NOTES Mrs. DpI'ih-psI. Thn funeral of the late Mrs. Eliza beth Doty UcFortut touk place from I'lini'i'iil of Dr. Toof. Tlie funeral services of the late Dr. F.dwln J, '1'nof were held at bis late home, 227 Crown street, yesterday af ternoon, at 2 o'clock, tbe Kov. lames lie Wolf Terry of St. Paul's church, of ficiating. A large, circle of the friends of the. deceased were present and the ilnral gifts were many and beautiful. The active lieni.rs this afternoon were; J. Pi, Fox, (ieorge H. Tioeho, Joseph W. Tine, Charles V. Kattel, Edward F. Swift and William Am merman. The honorary bearers were TUonuis x. Fux, Judge A. liuaton Hub- Unslnn Farth, The funeral of Hoslna Farth, wife I or i-t'ier j'arui, took )ilace at the un I dertaklng rooms of 1 1, F, stahl lion S yesterday morning. A requiem high I nmsn was read ly tli Uev. Father :Sebarle at St. P.onlfai'p church on (.eorge street nt !) o'clock. The Inter ment was In St.. Lawrence, cemetery. John II. l,,Mei. After an Illness of but a few days of bronchial asthma, John H. Lynch died at his home, 127 Klniberly ave n up, j-esterday. Mr. Lynch, who was unmarried, resided with his father and hrothpr. He was connected with the grocery business on Klmberly ave nue. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and was well known In the city. The funeral will be held at St. Peter's church, Wednes day mcunlns at 0 o'clock. I Best for cakes . I of all makes. fllll CO SYRUP ' An everyday sweet for all people, 1 WfP(A In air-tight tins, 10c, 25c, 50c. ifi v W&miMBmmviim C0RN PROaucTS 'W tNow Havon I ind lr....j iiui' iimiwii inv t?tr in v tu r l tt Bill! IV a'J II a V a a m mmmw-M svinatinn runsouTH and wMie COpMMT FAHES REDUCED, I'l'iamca RICHARD PECK. From New HavenLeave Helle Dor dally, except Monnays i:.iu a. m. I. .-,..,, sem York Lea ve Pier 28, Ea nivnr. near Ca tlierlne St., 3 :00 p.m. dall excent Sundays. Time between Nef Haven and New York about five hourj Tlekets and stateroom at Blshou I Co.'k, 185 Orange street, also at Ball Dock and on steamer. GKO. O. HLAClv, Agent. New Haven, F. C. COLE Y , A. U. P. A.. New York, forthCfermanlQ!d FAST EXPRESS SERVICE. rl.TttlKiilh ( lierlioiii'R Ilrrmen .1(1 a. Kronp'zWm.Apr 21 Kulser d, G. May KHlser Wm.ll.Ap.iSiCeellleinew) May TWlSl-m'RBW I'ANSENUER SERVH ll:, 11 nioul li herlioiirg Ilrrnirn 10 a. Lueizow. , .April 31 Barbarossa.May Kurfiierst .. ..Alay 'il Derftllnger. Ma A M l',IM I 1,11 11 A H KAS SEH VIC K. Gllimllnr Nnplea (ienoa nt II n. K. Albert. . .May 21 Frledrleh," May P, Irene May I K, Lulse May North l.ermun l.luyil 'i'rnvellera' Cheel Oelrleha & .. Agfa.. 15 H'tray, y, VJ Sweezey & Jvelsey, 102 Church S M. Zunder &. Sons. 263 Stale St. 1 HAMBURG-AMERiCAN WEEKLY PERV1CE TO liOillON PARIS II AMHl'RB A (.11111 Al.TAIl API,Ei t.KOA by Large, Luxurious Twin Screw Steamers; all modern appointments. Summer Voyages TO TBE WONDERLANDS OF THE NORTH PI 'PERU I'RCfSTNO STEAMERS OOP ANA, K Rl INPRINZKSSIN CECILlI a vii Mi.-i-i-'iin rniiM h i i n nn ru-i TNO .II NE. .11 LV AND AIGCST, 1 UHlcc, U7 ll'iray, N. V., or any local a,