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THE MOKNINO JOURNAL-OOURIER, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1008.
HeasJIop(p- Magnificent Display of Summer Needlework Our magnificent Window Display of Summer Needlework is an Indication of what you can find In our Art depart ment on the third floor. The showing Is a most beautiful one and comprises everything that would appeal to femi nine fancy. Among the newest Ideas you will find the oblong shaped Yale Sofa Pillow which Is a decided novelty. There are also new Ideas In Shirt Waists, Hats, Belts, Pockets, Towels, Pillows, etc., for vacation fancy work. Come and see the display. CORPORATION MEETS ; John K. Beach Elected to Ed ward J. Phelps Professor ship in Law School. SUCCEED JUDGE TOWNSEND Alumni Advisory Board Decides on Circuit for Vnlvcrslty Rep resentatives. While the various classes were commencing to hold their reunions, and the academic class day exercises with the prize speaking at the law school and the address at the medical school celebration were In progress the final meeting of the Yale corpora tion was held in Woodbrldge hall. The meeting commenced at ii o'clock In 'the afternoon and lasted an hour and a half. Every member of the corporation was present, except Gov ernor Rollln 8. Woodruff and Lieu tenant Governor Everett J. Lake. John K. Beach, at present lecturer on patents, admlrallty, copyright and trademark, was elected to the Edward J. Phelps professorship In the Law' echool in place of the late Judge Townsend. Mr. Beach who was grad uated from Yale In the class ofrl877, was the last president of the New Haven County Bur association. Louis Doremus Huntoon, M. E., at present assistant professor of mining and metallurgy, was promoted to a full professorship with membership , In the governing board in the Sheffield Scientific school. John Wesley Wetzel, Ph.B. at pres ent instructor In public speaking, was promoted to an assistant professorship In public upcaklng in the college. Among other new appointments were the following': In the College. Roosevelt P. Walker, B. A., Instruc tor in English. In the Sheflleld Scientific School. George Surface, Ph.D., of the t'ni. verslty of Pennsylvania, Instructor In geography. George M. Collwell, Ph.D., instruc tor in mathematics. The following directors of tho Alumni university fund were appoint ed for next year: New University Garage. TWO ENTRANCES. 166-168 St. John Street. " 121-123 Olive Street. 'PHONE 1087-2. Plenty of Room for Storage of Cars During Commencement. Location of garage very convenient Kim street and the west and south via Grand avenue bridge; north via Olive and State; east via St. John and Grand avenue; and it is one of the most central garages in the city. GARAGE NEVER CLOSED. Gardner E. Wheeler, Proprietor. NO HOME JUST NOW SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM Large number of And no end of Remember, wc grow our own plants and cut flowers. 37 Church St. MORSE FLORAL CO. Near Crow ME COE & COLEMAN V' r JOSEPH W. MIRI'HY. Whl. Oration Wan One of the Best In Yeara. Payson Merrill, 1865; William M. Darnum, 1877; Thomas Thachev 1871; William Adams Brown, 1866; William B. Davenport,, 1867. . Alumni Advisory Board. The Alumni advisory board held Its annual meeting In Woodbrldge hall, yesterday morning. Almost every member was present, including Fred erick N. Judson, the chairman of Pt. Louis, James G. Flanders of Milwau kee, Fherman Thacher of California, and Henry Rogers of Denver. The board devised plans to trmke It eas ier for the university to be represented at the annual meetings of Alumni associations. The associations will hereafter always meet the expenses "f the university's, representative, dnd asrorlatlons In the same general sec tion of the country will try to arrancn their meetings as far as practicable In consultation with the secretary of the university so that associations in tho same neighborhood may consti tute a circuit whoso members may bo visited on successive days by the same university' representative. The Alumni hnnrd discussed various matters of Importance to the univer sity. It was decided that all associa tions with over 200 members flhonH hereafter have two delepates. It Is thouaht that this provision will result in a larger representation of the dif ferent university departments on the board. ( Azalias, Rambler Roses, (Hydrangeas and Spirea. Hyacinths,Tulips,Daf f o- dils and hosts ol others. THE CALORIFIC WARM AIR FURNACE Is No Experiment. We Guarantee to Heat Your House, Excellent Eeferences. What Users Say Is Our Argument, CO,, 970 Chapel St. THE Royal Lancer Segar IS A GREAT SMOKE. ll Is muilc (if a fin,, quality of Huwniu lill'T, no hinder (( iilinn tvlc) imil u CiiiiMirilrii! wrtiii lu which Iiiin lircii iin1ici1 (o remove lliii Mil In, rri'iiHDtc anil oilii'i' t'luui'iilM found In Irnf loliarro mill which we kIwiiM prefer not tit hike Into our fiyHii'iiiD, . Hood Judges of high iImi-h hi. RQi's pronounce l A.VCI IlS the "end of iln- limit" in the mat lers of quality anil smoke enjoy, iiii'iit, Cur miIoh ci ro growing hy lenrw ami IhmiiiiIs on (lie brand nnd you'll understand why, ufler KnmUliiR ll Ji.WCiaV I'lVK Comlm, .1 fin) 2,1, KVIFS: C'onehn, 3 to 25. Iilcurc, 10 Htralcbt. Kc-Riillii 10 Htrnlirht. Iniperlnle, 2 for 25. SJ SEGAR 808 Chnpol, Corner Ornnge. SENIOR CLASS DAY Joseph W. Murphy Urges Yale Men to Follow Along Line3 Marked Out by Taft. "POP" WARNER ON THE JOB Informal Additions to Program Make Exercises Moro InterrMlng Than Vsual. The final exercises of the Y'ale sen iors themselves occurred yesterday afternoon in tho observance of class day. To-morrow will come the for mal commensement and the giving of diplomas, but this the university has charge of while yesterday's event was in the handa of the undergraduates entirely. Society was out 1n full force for class day, and there were many here from other cities, relatives and friend of the graduating class. The exercises were held In a small stadium Just north of Connecticut hall, and J C. Auchlncloss was in charge of pro ceedings. While the oration, the class Jitstory and the class poem were the principal 4 t It' t t t J it t, I y CHARLES LAW WATKIXS. ITIstori:i:i of iJcnlor Aradcmlc Cluss. scheduled events of the exercises, they were no more enjoyable than the In formal happmin?si of the afternoon. Fhillp Collins was called upon twice to sins, and his gypsy song' was one ol the nvvt enjoyable events of the afternoon. Mark Mitchell, the leader of the glf.'e club yodrlleil; Falrd Broonihall. assisted hy the clas, sang the "Pnndoller;" Henry t!. Staplei', sang "Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes;" Moore T. Tussey gave Imita tions of a phonograph; Haymond Ives told the story of the Walla Walla bird; Pop Warner sans his' laughing rong In his usual happy fashion, and Chief James 1'ionnrlly of the campus police wa.s loudly chiered for his few words of parting. The three addreaaes. the history, the poem r.n l theoratlon, wfre of e-pedal merit. The ov.jtlni wis said by thnan who have attended the class day txorrlsrs for the past decade to have been the beat delivered In that time. Mr. Murphy departed from hl3 text toward the end, appealing to the JOSEPn II. ACCHINCLOSS. 11)08 Class Poet & Ir-tlliif Itflitiliimiill Wnm .mm members of the cla.in to follow In public norvlce the linen marked down by the great Vale alumnus, William H. Taft. Following: the class dm- exercises. loft. A.'AIO'm. U...J ... l..,,,. jM.v.. win' Illl'l eiliuiiri, uin LIHKU i pipe, the seniors filed out of the uta rtlum nnd marched, hearted by the i band, to President Hartley's home. Dr. 1 Hadley was not at home, and the cltus marched to Woodbrldge hall, again ' falling to find him, The Una of march was then follow, ed down York street to the home of Dean Wright, and the Yale fheer was ! given. . ' rean Wrlpht responded to the cheer thanking the member of tho class land complimenting lD08.as being the elans with the largest number of philosophical oration men which ever THOMAS' MARSHALL. Cholmtan of Clnss Pay Commit ice. graduated from Yalo. Ho ald that he had expected to graduate with the class, as his term of office naturally ended with 19CS. but the faculty, which had often decided that a stu dent must spend another year, had In his case decl:ld that he must re peat his last year. After this the dean was cheered again, and the seniors congratulated the underclass men who were near that the dean would have to repeat his senior year. SHOT. CLASS D.VV. Big Attendance nt Hllllwmsp. Avenue Campus In the Morning. The Senior class of the Sheffield fclentlflc school held its class day ex ercises yesterday morning In the Shef field campus In lllllhouse avenue, and a largo attendance was on hand. The exercises were opened by the singing of the class' favorite aong, "Brave Mother YaU." Then follow ed the reading of the class history In three Instalments, one for each year. The history was compiled and writ ten by the committee of historlanp In cluding Pavld Dnryea Irwin, chair man; Edward Nesblt Mlllan, Henry DeWItt Smith Foster Hannaford and Herbert Hartley Ramsey. Soon after the exercises commenced H. Ray Fage, the chairman of. the class day committee, paused around the class pipe, while meanwhile each memncr of the class was given his long clay "church warden1' pipe and tbe closing song, "Bright College Commencement Time at Yale! Are' joit prepnreil for the great event, to meet the old anil young men of Yn!e who are liable to ilrop In to see you? You will lie In nn embnrrnss lug position If you hnve not prepared for lite unexpected guest. We want to serve you well, and we can do It to perfection. A FEW SUGGESTIONS, rioned Chicken, Snrdlnes, Honed Turkey, Tickles, Ox Tongue, Olhcs, Cntined Soups Cheese, Iobplcr, An Assortment of Crackers and Fruit, niilne Wine, Claret, Cocktails, Scotch and Hjc'Milskey. SPECIALLY FOH THE MEN. We have a eohiplete stuck of Doincw tie Clears, Cigarettes, etc. John fiitBCRr sJSJon CJ Bid VI CHAPEL CJ , ANNOUNCEMENT I desire to announce to my friends and the public generally, that pending a readjustment of my affairs, calis Intended for rnc may be sent to Messrs Lewis & M;ycock, No. 1114 Chapel Street. Ali work will receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 6"5. ROBT. Ma BURYELL. Undartakoi't Cut Flowers and Flowering Plants, John N. Champion & Co. 1'I26 CHA1 KIj ST. AX.NOt NC'ICMKJIT. I desire to an no nine to tho public t li ii t 1 am now iiellnu In thp rapacity or Family Hirpmf iillvi In hounes ol mourning ihirlnit tlis fnnrrnl prrlnili (HK'iitltnif to the ninny iletnlU vrlilcli present theinaelVFt ut such u timet ren. ilerliiH iiSHtNtiinee to finierol director, mil representing' the fmalljr on till 01;. cnslonN. Allillnieil vlth all lending uu. dcrtnker. MHS. J. WILLIAM KUWIil Trlephnnc 02N3-4. 5.00 will not buy many yards of car pet. It will go a great way with us in making your carpets, rugs, upholstery, etc.,' clean and bright like new- Let us give you, FREE, esti mate, even if you have but one or two rooms to be cleaned. The Vacuum far Co. 1 lei Commencement Involves Entertaining, Tlie Wines you serve at Dinner are as important ns your China, your linen, or your cut glass. Safety for the Host lies cither in expert knowledge of the goods themselves (which few possess) or absolute faitli in the Firm supplying them. Our Wines are de pendable at Prices based upon both their tife v.. ,ue and full knonVdgo of out-of-town competition. 38t StaZi Sir- s Yeara," was wit f tod ahovn on clouds of tobacco smoke, The clnoa day committee waa It. Rny I'bIrc, chairman, John Iiannnn Gchoolfleld, Joseph Krancla Weller, Harold Uoss Ilrown land Howard Harding Jonea, MUM S GKXKHOIS OI'l'K. Henry J. Tlioiiipwin Co. Notify Urn- pluv'es of Weekly Half Holiday. The iilenaliiK amtniineenient wnii maile to the employe. of the Henry Thomp son conipuny on Klin street yerlerilay afternuon that heKlnnhift next Satiir (ly the eliop would hiil down at no jn lime. Ihua nlvnt the workers the ben efit or the lifllf-nullday each P:itiird:iy. Acconirn nylon the order wj nmo a no the ) the etTct that the men noull receive their full week' pay. The men are more than plenseii wim tiic lij.'ii of Retting a weekly Inlr nolldny, and they are more' than delighted with liu cnnipaiiy'g generoally In the matter ot Balury. , Open a Mail Order Account with Johnson & Brother, Have you not been disappointed by tlio restricted assortments of out-of-town markets and have been obliged to carry choice table supplies from tbe City to your Shore Cottage or Country Home? If so, you will appreciate tbe ureal convenience of opening a mall-order account with JOHNSON' & IlROTHI.H for the riKST food products of the world nt lowest prices. Delherles to both Enst nnd West Shores. Freight or F.xpres I'hnrgea prepnld everywhere in the Xew Film land titntes. Complete ,1'rlce List mailed nt once. Philadelphia Capons Philadelphia Roasting Chickens Philadelphia Squab Guinea' Hens The R.H. NesbitGo. Church and Elm Street. BRANCH 'STORE, J7B Fdffewood Avenue. HART MARKE r . 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. laMnmmiamiaiBiSH CALIFORNIA CANTALOUPES. We are having them regularly. The quality is untiminlly fine. ' Florldas are ulso good. (iRAFK FIU'IT AND ORANGES. The good klnilH. We will have them when they are suppoacd to be out of market. Xir.V HA VEX DAIRY Ice Crenm In bricks to take home In perfect condition. Wc ure here till 9 o'clock in the evening. THE MIRROR 1 KLIT STORE. J B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPtL ST. Fresh Fruits and j Asparagus I llecta Carrota Celery J Cauliflower Cabbage J Cucumbers Egg Plant X Lettuce I Mint f ' Onlona Could you find anywhere a more complete list of such Seasonable foods? Apples Flananas Cherries Pineapples Cantaloupes Watermelons' Peaches The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 Chapel St. Commencement Week Our Meat and Grocery Departments present an exceptionally fine variety of wholesome foods. SPRING LAMB, . FRESH-KILLED LONG ISLAND DUCKLINGS, . PRIME RIB ROASTS, FRESH-KILLED BROILING CHICKENS, ' . PHILADELPHIA ROASTING CHICKENS, PHILADELPHIA 1 SQUABS, CROWNS OF n LAMB. . Frank R. Baldwin 1231 CHAPEL ST., Corner of Howe Street. ' Telephone 835 two wires. Fresh Killed Poultry. FRESH-KILLED POULTRY. young, tender Fowl, 20c lb; Fancy Long Inland Ducks, 22c lb (prto) 'reduced). All of our poultry sold fuU-drcssed. f IN FRESH NATIVE VEGETABLES c hnve Telephone Peas, 30c peek! Fancy Head Lettuce, 4C Splendid llectd, Carrots and Turnips, nil 5c per buneh. t -, NEW POTATOES ' Arc higher. Our stock Is the best in tho market, and the price, 40o reck. Ktrnltrlit. f NATIVE STRAWBERRIES. Fresh twice a day. We are handling tho entire output from ft Hamde farm, nnd nrc selling nt lower prices than ever.' ' JELLY POWDER WE HAVE A NEW ONE , It Is cnllcd "Welch's Jelly Powder," and Is equal to any other powder on the mnrkct.. Our price, 7c package, 4 for 25c, All flavors. D. M. Welch & Son; 38 and 40 CONGRESS AVE. Tuesday, June 23. Calves Liver : u Such as we offer with some JjSCOtl of our own preparing, makes a good combination for breakfast. Try it. Headquarters for Native Spring Broilers. DUCKLINGS at 22c per lb are cheaper than Beef just now." L. C. Pfaff & Son, "THE BEST MEATS." Phone 1046. 7 and 9 Church St. rtrnnch Savin Rock 'Phone 9123-12. ' , ' 19 Congress Ave. 339 Grand Ave. EXTRA Legs of Mutton 12o lb 13c lb 12c lb 9c lb 5c lb 14c lb 7 c each 8c qt. Oc peck 10c lb Sugar-Cured Hams . . . Loin3 of Pork ...... Smoked Shoulders Liver . . Sliced Bacon ........ Pineapples . Strawberries Telephone Peas .... 3 Tomatoes Sperry & Barnes' Sausage 9c lb . SCHOENBERGER'S 013 Ilowurd Ave. 11 Sheltmn Ave. V. Ii'. (illl'tte, rr. . Tbu. F. ConnllT, V. Prest. G. W. K. Gillette, Src.-Trrn. Th8 Gillette Construction C0, General Contractors and Builders. 213 Malley Bide, 803 CUupcl St. To'ephon 8793. Fresh Vegetables j Peppera Paraley rtadish Rhubarb String Beam Squash Tomatoes Turnips Sweet Potatoes Watercress New Bermuda. Potatoes Red Bananas Berries Lemons Oranges Grapefruit Limes i 1316 and 770 State St. M George St. SPECIALS Extra Sweet Oranges. 2 Oc doz. String Beans ....... 7c qt. Good Bread Flour ... 72c bag Best Table Butter .... 27c lb Full Cream Oheese .... 15c lb White Beans 8o qt Broken Macaroni ..... 5o lb Scouring Soap. 2 for 5o Sardines 4c can Salmon 9 c can 521 Elm St. 150 Greenwood St. FRED CHATFIELD, Prei. and Treat. JAMES H. CHATFIELD. Secy, The Geo. M. Grant Co, MASONS IB 6ENEHAL COKTRACTOIIS. Rocm 301, Kxohans nidg. Tal. 2: tit Cbaptd St r -.1 r4