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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1908.
lteflsfopn leflsfopn THE ORIENTAL RUGS Excite Great Interest and Pleases Purchasers. While our Rug Department Is tho latest edition to our list, It bids fair to rival some of the oldo'r ones. It has already made many friends and a simple announcement of such as yesterday's Is sufficient to attract many buyers and those who appreciate artistic, high-class rugs and carpets. The collection Is a most varied and beautiful one and with the arrival of several bales it Is now the equal of what you may see In Now York, Boston or Chicago. No matter what size of a rug or carpet you may want It Is here and tho showing comprises , Kirmanshahs, Saruks, Mecheds, Serupis, Bokars, Bidjars, Shiraz, Mahals, Derbends, Sarabends, Khivas, Cabistans, Kazaks Also a large assortment of Anltallan Silk Rugs. Prices have been made most reasonable and greatly below their real value. Special for Wednesday only, special lot of Anltollan Silk Rugs, worth $35.00, for $20.00. Oriental Rug Dept. Third Floor. See Great Window Display. We do not claim Hint the Sweet Nrlcr' cgnr Is tlic equal (if fin pupeiwlvo seyar, lull vie TJ0 ! 1h Hint IIII.V Iiimt of good tobllCOO run net thorough smoking enjoy, incut from the SWEET BRIER , Five-Cent Segar because It Is clean, sweet, fra grant and handsomely made. Sales from This Store Now Average 30,000 Per Month on Tills Brand, CIJXJOTjC InOTICE of the hoard of rkjis- TRATIOX. The Tinnrrt of Rnt-1atintlnn r.f M.a Town of ,Niw Uavvn will bs In spshIoii ii many, inn nun riny ot ilnher; .'it.urdny, Hie 17th day of iMohrr: i'huifrlay. the 2 2d rlav of October, and 'Hilrjr, llia.??ll ilv nf i. .,.!..... a rom :t o'clock a. m., until 8 p. ni., v.ich lay. in Rooms 10 and II. t'ltv Hall, for ho purpose of px.imlnltifr the quallflrn -lonh of "Electors to fie Mulo." n. ii'ii'ir-ir nn tlx. p..irialf I Ilih a Iitivn' voting districts of the Town of r.'.'v -.n.Mn, huh aoninunp; ineHn round iimiiii"IQ io uiu privilege or an cj fit - And on Monday, th 2d flay of Novem- or, Jimfl, from 9 oviock a. m., until 1 clock v. m.; and from 2:S0 p. m., un 1 5 n. ni.. for the nurnoss of ndmlttlnr ily su'eli persons whosn rlsrhts matora fter Kflday, October 23, and on or b. re i-iiMHUin nay. .ovemner 3, 1H1S. Dinp'i at Now Haven, this 12th dnv of clouer, I Pus. JAMES H. KKLKHER, HAJIL'KL J. BOWMAN. .'OSEl'H MXAl'aHTJN. ' a. j. , ki:m. HY HI LI MAN, FREDK.RTCK B. WHITAKKR. )aT:i3 of rtpststrauon of the Town of New Haven. ol3 to 23 lno AT LOCAL THEATERS AT THE HYPERION. structed nnd executed. A feature Is tho work of tlio Zouaves In their drill nnd In tho groat wall-scnllng font. In which they are phown escaping from prison. REGISTRARS OF VOTERS. The Registrars of Voters will hold meeting for the purposes o perfert- g the lists of electors and also the sts of those to be made electors, on londny, October 12, 190S, which Is te last tiny new names of electors to o, mnde ran be added to said lists, om U o'clock b. m. to 5 o'clock p. m., I the following places: Ward 1 89 Church street. Ward 2 478 Oak street. Ward 3 207 ConpreH avenue. Ward 4 43 Liberty street. Ward 6 35 Olive street. Ward 6 72 Hamilton street. Ward 7 723 Grand avenue, Ward ft H20 Slate street. Ward It 27 Rroadwav. Ward 10282 Kim street. Ward 11 -282 Grand avenue. Ward 12 265 Grand avenue. Ward 13 851 Wha.lley avenue.. Ward 14 !3l Quinnipjar avnnuo. Ward 15 Engine house, Forbes .'cnue. The Registrars will also hold two ssions at the above named places, ctober 20 and 22, from It a. m. to 6 , m., for the purpose of making any irrections necessary to said lists. LOUIS KNOJXMEYER. JOHN 3. MoPARTLAND, " to o22 General Registrars, "The (ins White Way." "The Gay White Wny," with Jeffer son Do Anpells, Camilla D'Arvllle, ; Emma Cams nnd a company of eisthtj , promises no end of pood things at tho : Hyperion Friday nnd Saturday, with : Saturday matinee, October 1! nnd 17.; The first act of the Messrs. Phuhrrt's 1 biggest musical review Is laid In the! Garden of Roosevelt In, wherever thnt Is. Tho second net Is nn exact repro- i ductlon of 1he setting used nt the fa- mous ."tors' Fund fair, helil at the Metropolian Opera house, Now York.1 two years ago. The Inst net represents the Interior of Murray's gorgeous res-! tanrant, after tho theater, with a : crowd of revelers at supper. This ; scene Is said to be so full of the spirit; of Broadway by night thnt one can al-, most feel the exhilarating effect of the ; bubbling wine that seems to be the! most substantial part of the supper, i "The Strnlfrlit Howl," A coming attraction of unusual strength Is Miss Minnie Vlctursoii In Clyde Fitch's latest production, "The Straight Road." Heats may be booked now. AT POLI S. AT THE GRAND. "Tho Hhocmnker." What promises to be an attraction out of the ordinary is the next offer ing at the Grand Opera house, Thurs day. Frldny and Saturday, when Lew Welch arid "The Shoemaker" nro un derlined for a three dn,s' stay. Local theatergoers -who are acquainted ,vt, Mr. Welch's ability as u character nc tor and comedian will hn'vo nn excel lent opportunity to soo this clover young man In a role that (its his tal ents like a kid glove. The piny Is In four acts, with the sceneH shifting from the Rowery, New York, to tho far went. A strong KUpnorllnir com pany and an elaborate scenlo Investl ture are promised. Th usual mail ness will be given on Saturday. Too much has not been said In praise of the big feature on the Poil( bill this week, Jesse Lasky's "At the Country Club." The scenery Is most elaborate and the not Itself a refined, hlgb-obvs bit of entertainment. R Is by far the biggest drawing enrd of the season The rest of the bill Is unusu ally good. Fort ami Lottlo Walton do some clever acrobatic dancing; Harry Rreen n. little talking, Jesting nnd sing ing; the Melnotte Twins; (Msy Smith, nnd Mr. ami Mrs. Jimmy Harry nnd their company, In "At Hnnsfoot Cor 'ner," are all good. Charles F. Hemon, who has been a fnvotlte on vaudeville bills for some seasons, has lost none of his magnetic powers, and his narrowness of body seems to have added to his breadth of ability ns an enterlalner. The Jor dnns' Jurrcllng fonts aro entirely up to dale, and every fine of the five seems to be his own part of the machine. LITTLE MOSK. EPARTMTTNT OF POLICE- XKD FJRE SERVICE. New Haven. Conn., Oot. 18, !(). PROPOSAL FOR CABLES. Sealiwi bids will bo received until I clock p. ni., Tuesday, October 27, 1S08, t furnishing: the City of New Haven "h the following: !)C0 feet, more or ss of 75 wire cable, and 4B0 feet, more ' lean of E3 wire ua,ble, the wires to " No. 14, R, & H. gilfifre, of pure, soft I'awn ooppor and thorougrhljr tinned. isuJiitioi) to be -82. Compound to be' i Vint Para rubber for underground isulutlon. The lead sheath to be of omnierelulljr iljyWrlzil lead, with uoli Uoy bm la uayj for underground tbles, and o slieathlug- uf one ighth Inch lead. The above proposals must be ad f'esued to the Hoards of Polloe and Ire CoinmlSHlonora. unOorxerl "HIHm Jj't Cables" on the out side of the en. in, turn raum n,i ueuoiiipuMlea by certltlod cheek fiV(, ,)lv.r ,:(jn(i of e full smount of tlm hid. payable to 'tint hart K. Howe, Controller. riio laofdw of Polloe anil Fire Oom- I bX"1'11 1'flB'),'ve ,h"' ri"M ,0 fleet Per ordor f)ARD OF POLICE ooMMtssrwifma A- PWILLTPS, Clerk 10ARD OF FTRE COMMISSIONERS 014 8t H J. MKTiKJKH. flerk. "(Vmrlot (MI0," "Convict ODfl," onn of the nirongest mnlodrnmns ever offered nt the Grand Opera house, wdll end Its booking there with this afternoon's matinee and to night's performance. , The piny has taken New Haven by storm, and Its scenic effects are unusually well con- 808 C'hnpel St., cor. Orange. mmsm INVITED TO SING CHEESES STILTON and CHEDDAR. Imported from Entsland in glass moulds (see cut). Prime favorites, ripe and rich. No waste. In this new form it is easy to procure these varieties in quantities hitherto unobtainable. Stilton, $ .50 Cheddar, .45 EDAM. New grass, price reduced to 88 cts. PINEAPPLE. Small size.new season's, '40 cts. CAMEMBERT. "Elite" brand, best from France, 35 cts. ROQUEFORT, In foil packages, aver age price, it cts. CANADIAN In jars. 3 sizes. 10, 25 and 50 cts. PARMESAN, from the loaf, for Rrivfing, 45 cts. "ENGLISH" DAIRY, pound, 25 cts. OLD Vermont, extra good and "snappy" Pound, 22 cts. CREME OERVAIS, possibly the most delicate and appetizing ot all the Imported Cheeses, 25 cts. DEVILLED CHIESI2, from France. In tins, 20 cts. NEUFCHATEL. SAP SAGO, PHILADELPHIA CRRAM, CKUYERE (Sls gWDue to arrive this month : (IOUDA, from Holland. SOFT EDAMS, Extra (whole) in tins. Delicate Sauces and Preserves. M. ESMFNEIt, 110 Charing Road, W. C, London, Eng. ' Prepared under Hie pcrhtuuil MipervMon of M, Ksi'ulllor, Chef 1 do Cuisine ni' the Cnrlton Hotel. They already luive the iIIh lliicllon of bring Hiipidlcd to Hie KnjtllsU Jlojul Households. New President of Oratorio So. ciety Wants New Members for Chorus. PROFESSOR JEPSON ACTIVE DcHTinlncd That His Society Slinll Hp the lllffKCKt and Best In the Stnte. Prof. Harry B. Jensen .)f Ynlf? find thft other ofliccru of the New Haven Oratorio unrlfty will he plcnge.l to welcome new memher to the nucloty at the unlvcralty department of mu ulc this ovcnlng from 7: SO to 8:30, i; CnllcRe street, corner of Mali. Thope who rnnnnt he present thU evenlnp; are cordially Invited to Col lejfe jitreet hall, opposite tlio New Ha ven house, on Thursday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock. Every effort will b made on the part of the oratorio so piety otticlalx to make new momhers welcome. The Invitation la especially directed to those who have not received cards uf Invitation as It was Impossible to reach every one who Is eligible to bo- conie a. member of the choniH. Prof. Harry ,Tc)isori has Just been made president of the Oratorio so ciety and he means to be an active president at that. His aim Is nt pres cut to make the Oratorio chorus tho hpRgcKt and best oh irus In the state. His father, Prof. Pcnamln Jcpson who ha.i taught thousands of hoys and Blrl.s In New Haven to read music, dc- dares that this city Is full of good voices and h wants these singers to come Into the Oratorio poclety for he Is ns much Interested In securing a (Inn chorus fur New Haven ns Is the president of the organization. Two glorious works have been Phis en for production this season, In Te cemher and both require a large, vlg orous chorus. It has been decided to sing Pr. Parker's "Horn. Novlsslma nnd Rossini's "fltabat Mater." The "ffora Novlsslma," one jf the few really great modern oratorios, has been sung at every big festival In this country. It was the first Amerlcnn choral work to be heard In England, the composer himself going over to conduct the production for the Three choirs festival. Rossini's great "Ptabat Mater" hag not heen sung here by a large chorus .since the festival at the armory rtbout fifteen years ago. The first rehearsal In preparation for the concert will be held In Col lege street hall jn Thursday evening, when Dr. Parker vlll meet his chorus for the flret time this season, PICKLES Ipentel,v flavored with Toninto Puree, nnd, nlthoiiRli sweot, nro Ht the smiio time piquant. CHUTNEY It In n di llcncy prcpiired from tho finest Tndln Mangoes. SAUCE ROBERT Preparation of the finest French Tomutocs, Spanish Pimentos nnd other condiments. SAUCE LIABLE ' As lis name Implies, a hot miupp for use with grills. SAUCE MELBA Speclnl preimrntlon flavored with Rnspbprry. f ii mous dessert, PEACHES A LA MELBA. t'scd for tho The S. W. Hurlburt Co. ' 1074 Chapel St. quality 38lS-taTi Str y K St'ifJili KW lUfK'X H :'. . "if 5f If mi "OidOrisTMiir Entire Wheat Flour Makes the Finest BREAD The next time you intend to make bread give it a trial. We have just re ceived a fresh shipment. 5 lb. pkge. 25c. FOR PIES STRICTLY NEW EVAPORATED FRUITS-Raspberriea 25c, wnortieDernes iuc, uiacKDernes ic, fitiea Cherries 18c, Apricots 10c, .Peaches 10c pound. The above fruit this year's growing, and the prices lower than for many years. POULTRY We have Chickens for Roasting or Broiling; T.I J T 11J . TT T J T7 1 jLOng lsiana iJUCKungs ; iuung icuucrruwi. MALAGA GRAPES 25 bbls. of very nice Malaga Grapes at the low price of 10c per lb. Mntrr t T7nn rTOC ci-!.it Si. lNiiW LiAijck riuo ointiiy new, spicuuiu iruit auu nnlv 1flr. Tipr 1h. Rflrirain. t o FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES-We have a com plete line of fresh fruits and vegetables. The prices on them are low. D. M. Welch & Son. 38 and 40 CONGRESS AVE. rAm ITAVEX. NEW HA VEX. WEST HAVEN. PHONE 1675. A Little Talk On Teas MALE The Old Standby By U time-tested merits. it umform isuccewi, prompt ac tlon end clean teste, HaW Honey of Horehound andTar has Ixicomo the standard remsdy of lt kind. Reeom. mended as a sofa, simple and effective remedy For Coughs & Colds AH DmgRists of Horehound and Tar PUta Tootliuche lkrojjM Cure In On Minutu Siiiii (ifHiil Pnliitu to Prnrliullon Mlilcli ())cii(-il Hi-ro I,hs( Mttlit. Tlio HMinowlmt illlYnrcnt fun (ilny "IJltli' Mono" nil offi'i'lnn lij' lh Mx"li di Zlntmi'rmnn ninipiiny, provfil to hii very mui'li ilirfcii'iit nt thfl Hyperion lust nlht. It wmh tlin yrPtnlcrn wllh iniicli n'lii'.'irnliijf nnd nn ctitlrn rphnll'1 ln(r will Tin nfi'ilril to nin.ko It a winner t-'Monil of the Hint, urn cxreiMlltiKly tine, i.'fiprviilly, Chnrlottrt ,i-hIh y, flnrn Throi li'rnnklln Fnrniim,' (!"or'f( 1", Monro ,'itul Miirtln lnly (MoHf) mul ninny of t ho iiiuhIciiI nmnhnra by A. Hnlilwln RliHinn worn cii.trhy nnd d' Hi'i vod k iK'ttcr npimrtnnlty. Tltnro wnrn t'ow cxciios for tho Introduction of tho miiNlcnl ti ii mlxirn. hut thn rlinnm n;mn wrtll nnd whs nlivly coHtiimnd. "l.lltli' Moko" hh tho piny npnna In Vonlcn nnd In triinsportPd to Now York flnlHhitiK nt thn hnnk of Itohert Pnl ton. ivlicrn hl tin iirIi tor trhnrlotto IHlay) finally jniitcpods In pormiadlnif nor fnthrr to pprnill her innrrlnRi to Antonia Vnnli'd (FYnnklln Knrnun,). Some unique scmln offoi'tH worn In tiodnrod nnd some dnnclnR numhoM worp pntortnlnlng. Wp linvo found nn I'II AVD CKVl,() Ton tlmt wirpnwrs nny oiip lind liprptofnro' nt tlio fnmo rout. (l(lp VI. R Pftl'Xn. Wo want jour ton Imslnrss. Wo rnn suit jour tnstp If nllowpd 0c tlnio nml yon will try unmplrs. If yon nrp PAKTICI'Ii.Ml wo wntit yon to al low ns to submit snmplps, A fpw klnrls wp ptirry In Ktock' KiirIIkIi Brpnlifnst, DnrJpplliiK, Indln, Kormoso Onlonjr, Pnn Flnpd .Tnpnn, BnskPt Fined .Toy,- Ifyson, Flowery Pekop, OratiRp Ppknp. TOHN filLBERT tlSfiSt KOHEAXsl RriiLED IX EKROH, TAMM.VVV GIVKH $10,000. Jlnns Murphy Kny Tlmt Will hp Wlff. wiini'H CoiilrllMKlon to llrynn, Now York, Opt. 13. Charles V, Mnrjiliy, loador of Tummnny Hull, nn nrmiiopfl to-dny that thn local domo crutii! orRnnlziitlon would contribute $) 0,000 to the democratic national conunlttoo, IIohI(I?8 dolus thiH, lw said, the or ganization would pay all the fxpon-fH of the mass meeting in Marllson Biuari Garden on October 26, prob ably amounting to $5,000. jHpiineHP PnrtlNnns ftln lightered by Jap Oendiirmeti for Insurgent. rieul, Get, 18. Tt has Just been lenrned thHt t'en1y-two members of tho "Ilrhlnhol," an organization of Koreans favorable to Japan, were killed by Japanese (fondn.rmee at Chn lado ft few days ago, The affair hail been kept nnlet, hut has oeeasloned much unimslnoss, beeeuse It might he consMeriHl as a ruthless slaughter of unoffending Koreans by Japanese sol. dlers, and Is calculated to confirm previous reports of unneeessnry cru elty practiced by the Japanese In Korea. The explanation given Is that forty "llehlnhot" were maichlng In a body to visit a, ishrlne when the Japanese gendarmes met them, and, mlntaklng them for a band of Insurgents, Imme diately attacked the party. TAFT PAHADE I MANHATTAV. ntiHlnotw Men In Preliminary Meeting at Vale Club, New York, Oot, 13. At a meeting held in the .Yale club last night, the Business Men's Republican association made arrangements for a Taft parade on October 81, The conferrees Includ ed repi-PHeintatlvea of 19 business or ganizations of New York. The Business Men's Republican association whs or ganized In 1B7fl. It has no affiliation with state or county political organiza tions. With the exception of the yearn 1S02 and 1001, Its parades have been a foature of every national campaign. In 1H92 no parade was held because Mrs, Benjamin Harrison dled on the date set for th turnout. In l!tOi there was no occasion for a demonstration- Broiling' Wednesday, Oct. M, '08. BROILING TURKEYSf L C. PFAFF b SON, The Best Heats ; 7-9 Church Street. Tclcrhono 1046. SCHOENBERGER'S HEADQUARTERS 86-96 GEORGE STREET Good Flour, 72c a Bag, Fresh Shoulders, 9c lb. Fresh Eggs, 24c doz. Sweet Potatoes, 20c a pk. t. Round Steak, 12c lb. II 10 CTADrc Lamb Chops, I2c lb. II 12 STORES. l)KMO( T( iTXlt OK $8,000. DUCKS .MAY QUACK AT JflOirT. Turkeys. Tbe R. H. Nesbit Go. Caurclt and Klin strecU. BRANCH STORE, 275 Edgcwootl Avenue, FRUIT FACTS. AVe, lime fifteen miles of Rocky Ford Midoiyi anil ciinnot buy any more. Wo have thirty limlicu of Nnllve While PchcIii'M and they lire the Inst. Wo linvo Concord, Miikui'ii, Ca lawbii, Tokay nnd Maluku (inipcs. 'I'liey wi-re never flner tlian HiIk cii miin, We linve fani'y N, V, State Quinces, Huerni Hose and Do Vouelo Pours, Wo have all the staple Trulls. J B. JUDSOPi 856 CHAPEL ST. Conurcssloniil Coniniltlco Mas Small est Amount Kvcr I'mpiI in Klectlon. OhlciiKO, Oct. I.'l. While the olll clnl annoiinci'mcnt will bo made next Friday of the amount of the canipaljrn l'u ml of the democratic congressional committee. U was learned to-day that the fund Is about $S,000, the smallest cainpulKri fund that the democrats have over had for use In a concreH slnnal elect Inn. The coiiKTcmiomil committee decided to make Its fund public In order to preclude the charRo that contributions were helm? diverted from the democratic national commit tee to the conKi'cfislonul committee In order to conceal amount) contributed and their source. only puiiim abovu $100 will be mnde, public. STATUS CI-AIMFI) Foil UK VAX, Connecticut Still Debtitnble, but Novr York Sure, Says Hudspeth, New York, Oct, in. Robert S. lliidsiieth, vice-chairman of the dem ocratic national committee, mnde pub. lie to-day a list of the states In which lie said Mr. Hrymi would Ret tho elec toral vote, They are ns follows: Votes, The Solid South , , 100 Nebraska N 1 ml in mi , 1 Ohio West VirKlnla 7 Nevada '! New York "0 Total Ul Necessary to a choice The li i'-i'hti I ci nn ii put Wisconsin in the doubtful column, and said that New Jersey, I 'ounccl iciit, Rhode Island and Illinois were still debatable, with New Jersey and I'onnectleut favorable, to th" democratic party, in these two states, be said, the democrats would net. a lavue majority of the Ger man, negro and labor vote.. OrrHnnncn Vnlnlnlnir Tlinm UTIt.fi "!n.fjt nnd Hoostcru An Withdrawn. Montclatr, N. J., Oct. 18. Real dents of Montclatr wera greatly re lieved when they learned to-day that hereafter their docks will be allowed to imelt, their roosters to crow and their cuts to mew at night without breaking the 1hw. This community sprang Into prom Inence some time ai?o when Council man Hartshorn" put through a reso lution In the council prohibiting dogs from barking at night, nnd when no strenuous objections were made to Ibis ordinance ho offered another one, about a month later, making U "un lawful for any ouo to allow roosters to crow on the premises, or ducks to qnnok, between the hours of 10 o'clock at night tind 6 o'clock In th morning.". Clean House Hy the Genuine Vacuum System and it will be done right. Don't throw your money away on toys with one or two inches of vac uum when it requires from 12 to 20 inches to do the work. THE Vacuum Cleaner Co, Hugs, Ciiriiets, Furniture Clcuncd ltiiutit Hcniovni. TEL 2700.