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THE MOB NINO JOURNAL- COURIER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1908.
MEVSOF THEGOORTS r.3tatn of Mary J, Wade Found to Contain $225,000 for Relatives arid Charities. .THINKS HE'S FINED TWICE Suit c Inut Telephone Company for SIS, MOO Tliroc Sentenced City Court Cnsru. The eftate. of Mary J. Wade has t'en found to tota $225,000 by the executors, The esti'to was given In legacies" $200,000 to nephews and nieces anil the rest to charitable In stitutions. The gifts to the relatives take precedence over those to the City Mission, ,thp Ifonip for the Friendless, the Young Women's Chris tian association, thp General Hoapltal society, the New Haven dispensary, the New Haven Anti-Tuberculosis so ciety, and the First English. Lutheran church. There will be small legacies for each. Fined Twlc George Feenblelt, a milkman, paid $3 a week ago as a fine for unlawful ly using milk bottles and he was In dignant when taken Into city court again on the same charge. ' It Is thought that the $3 was given to some one else. Telephone Suit. Suit by John Morgan of Groton against the Southern Xew England Telephone company occupied the day In the civil side of the superior court. The suit Is for $13,000, arising over the burning down of the plaintiff's hoUse when a flash of lightning was carried Into 'his house by the tele phone, He alleged Improper Insulation. Thrrp riead Guilty. In the criminal side of thp super ior court Marty D. Gcnaro was given six months In all for theft, John Stone from one to two years In state's prison for burglary, and Joseph To- malmnlo flvo months in jail for burg lary. All plead guilts'. Accompanied by Secretary Edger- Iton of the Yale law school, Albert S. Kingree, a law school student, pleaded I guilty to violating the auto speed regulations in the police court yester- Iday and paid a fine of $15 with costs lof $12.10. Kingree was arrested by Bicycle Policeman Deegan and Patrol- Iman Heenan while lowering records In lElm street. Mrs. Cora Allen of 131 Meadow I street, charged with running a "blind tiger" at 131 Meadow street, was re- Imanded until November 4. William Jacques was held under l$3,000 bonds charged with assault Iwlth Intent to kill upon Edgar L. Bar- Iton, an aged man, a week ago. Lracqu.es apparently without provoca- lon assaulted Barton near midnight I'hlle walking in congress avenue, and Ithe latter is still confined to the New IHaven hospital, where it was Btated i-esterdny that he was delirious and pn a very serious condition. Able Ginsberg, twelve years old, "barged with the theft of a bicycle from Jajneg Shepard, of 6 Trumbull treet, was remanded until October 29. Grove Hutchlns, charged with an attempt of theft from the person of Toward Weatover, was held until No vember 2, tinder bonds of $1,000. Harry Wilson was fined $2. Timothy Tealey 3 and Matthew Glnty $3, with hosts of $3.52. All were transients picked oft trains by railroad detec tives. ENTERTAINMENTS. HYPERION THEATER. I THURSDAY, FRfPAT, . SATURDAY, October 29, 3'i. 31. fiiKiirrtny Matinee. fhe Sensational Musical Comedy Pue- or the Century. MOMM.OMKRY ami ST)F In Charles Dillingham's Production, 'THP, RFID Mil, I,. Ry Henry Hlossom and Victor Herbert. f rices: l';ve., Dec. to juht,, inc. to It60. Beat sale Tuesday. Carriages It 11 p. m. GRAND OPERA HOUSE Mat. and Eve., Wed., Oct. 28, only Sing Sing to Liberty Regular Prices. Thursday, Friday, Saturday,, The 81,000 Prize Play, BLACK BEAUTY A Beautiful Story for Children. Special Mat. Frl., 3:30 p. m. Mats, Pally. " Popular Prices. OLI'S NEW THEATER. ALL WEEK OF OCTOBER 26. DAILY MATINEES. Manager Poll Offers IPOMOV and BISSJNG PRESENT HE GIBSON GIRL REVIEW Ultlj TlvXAS I.I I.VN, Y tiller IHAV nnd Company 'I'.ldOCTROGTlVPH. Extra Added Attraction, HKOTHL'HK JiYRVI'., 'A Carriage Ride and Its Mishaps." (JRIIT, ATWXti mid IRWTX. CtHKIJiT BHOTHKRS, MUOY und LEVAMOX. T Ht WORLD IN ' MOHO BIJOU DREAM. N i PliMorlnl Viniflovllle. Wnd. & Thu Oct. 28 & 29 i S'e L c vV D3 KST 0 R In "MINSTREL MISHAPS" THIS (.lilvAT TH.I IIOKHEKY III IIUV'S MIMI ACS ; 11,1,1 STIt ATI. p SOMiS. ,,Norii Oil 1 1 i, rn tic. nail IOc i Children's .! !i t . Sat., Sr. AT LOCAL THEATERS AT THE HYPERION. Butterick Patterns for November--15c. "Th Rod Mill." Owing to Its unprecedented success In New York, where It ran for more than a, year, but few cities have nad opportunity to enjov "The Red Mill' with Montgomery and Stone and the original all star cast. This most pop ular of musical comedies by Victor Herbert and Henry .At. Blossom is making a. second, brief tour this sea son, preparatory "to Its return to New York for aecond long run, It 'nas been arranged by tiie management of the Hyperion and Charles Dillingham that a brief season of four perform ances shall be played here. The ad vance sale of seats and boxes opened at the box office Tuesday. There aVe HO people In "The Red Mill" company Including Montgomery and Stone, Al iens Crater, Ethel Johnson, Neal Mc Cay, David I,. Don, Stanley Hawkins, Maxlne Verande, and all the other favorites who had part In the original long season on Broadway, "The Red Mill" Is the attraction for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, mat inee and evening, October 29, 30 and 31. Occulists' Prescriptions Filled--Balcony. Ready Now to Begin Your Underwear and Hosiery Saving ! AT THE GRAND. "Ring Slug to Liberty." This afternoon and evening at the Grand opera house the offering will be the famous melodrama "Sing Sing to Liberty." This production Is one of the largest In the melodramatic world. The starring attraction Is Jack Dorrts tun jail breaker and handcuff king. Regular popular prices afternoon and evening. The show Is here for one day only. s ale o Mens, W omen s a Children s Winter Hosiery and Underwear, AT POLI'S. rr UT.ryw et,v s t,e. AYnnmn's Board of Grace Hospital to Entrrtnln Xru Saturday. t The woman's board of Grace lios pltal will conduct a Hallowe'en fair and sale at the nurses' dormitory at Chapel and Beers street, next Saturday afternoon hetween the hours of 2 and R o'clock, the proceeds to go to the hospital. Fancy work, cake, randy nnd many other articles will be on sale and K p hoped that the attend ance will be large. Tea will be served during the afternoon. The various tables will be In charge of lh" following ladles: ' Fancy table Miss Gladys M Smith, Mrs. Carl Bollmsn, Miss Alice I, Brooks, and Miss Ruth Greenwood. Fancy work table Mrs. Warner D. Judson, Mrs. Henry A. Knight and M Ik Anna Flti h. Cake table Mrs. William Pitt Bald win, Mrs. Charles Hand. Mrs. E. ,1. Walker, Mrs. R J. Ferguson, Mrs. Sherman Foote, Miss Baldwin and Mrs. Cr. O. Perk. Flower table Mrs. C. F Curtlss and Mrs. B. t. Smith. Lemonade table Mrs. O. F. Smith and Mrs. C. M. Walker, Tea. table Mrs. ,), ulbbs Smith and Mrs. E, Howells. "Bln-k Beauty." "Black Beauty," the pet of all the children, but heretofore as much a hnlnn nf ,1. -.1.11 T r . . , . Crusoe or the Old Woman Who Lived in the Shoe, has developed Into a real ity and this beautiful horse, about whom thousands of children have read, will be at the Grand opera Mouse Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week, afternoon and evening. The story of Black Beauty ha.s been dramatized and has been constructed Into a most beautiful play. In this Play Black Beauty, Merry Legs and Ginger are all represented by real, live horses and Black Beautv Is said to he one of the prettiest horss In tills j country, In order that all the children may see this pla.v, the management of the Grand has planned for a matinee on. Friday at 5:30 o'clock. The matinees and evening performances will all be at the regular matinee and evening prices of the house. Seats may be se cured now for any performance nt the hox office by calling or by telephone. It Is a play that every mother should take her children to see. Sale Opens Wednesday Morning at 8.30. .. - ,j . .... - .t il I u WARM, dependable Underwear and tnorougmy gooa Hosiery ior men, women and children. Each piece of merchandise in this collection offers more quality than you usually receive for the price ask ed. ' This is the season's biggest underwear and hosiery sale. The val ues arc greater than any that have been put up to you this season. Economy will tell you plainly to be up and doing. These garments and hosiery are the kind you need, and will need for months to come. To buy Hum here and now, means good, straight savings. Satisf ying price news fills the columns below-read it. The Saving Prices on Women's and Children's Underwear and Hosiery. 1 5c ea. Women's 25c Vests and Pants, at Ecru ribbed, fleece lined; vests cro chet trimmed and ribbon drawn; ankle length pants, French band; Mill Huns of 25c garments. Sale Price, 15c each. The Gibson Girl Review, a. feast for ! the eyes; Brothers Byrne, with their ' mishaps on a carriage ride, and Wal- ter Law and company In a dramatic 1 sketch, "At the Threshold," all came j In for the feature approval at Poll's yesterday. The Gibson Girl Review introduces j six types, with the Gibson widow, Miss j Gulnan, In the foreground, Bryne Brothers of "Kight Bells" fame, with uproarious carnival of j acrobats, scored heavily. It was well executed last night and won a bl? I hand. ! 1 9c pr. Women's 25c and 39c Hosiery, at Women's heavy and medium weight, black cotto i hose, also a few in gauze lisle; full fashioned stockhes, a few out sizes. Mill Runs of 25c and 39c hosiery selling at 19c a pair. Women's Underwear, 39c Medium weight cotton under wear, high or low neck vests, Ion? sleeves or sleeveless; hand crochet ribbon drawn; French band pants, kn?e or ankle lengths. 50c value. At 39c. Children's 25c Hose, 12c. Children's ribbed stockings, lxl and 2x1 ribbed, also a few cf fine lisle in lxl ribleJ. Good 25c val ue at 12Jc a pair. Women's 39c Black Cotton Hose, medium weight and gauze, 25c. Children's Underwear, 1 5c Children's ecru ribbed, fleeca lined vests,! pants and drawers; all sizes from 16 to 34; roomy gar ments; mill runs of the usual 25c grade. At 15c each. Children's 25c Hose, 19c. Children's lxl ribbed black wool hrse, double heel and toe. Mill Runs of 25c grade. Selling at 19c a pair. Women's 50c' Black Cashmere Hose. Sale Price, 39c a pair. 37c Women's 50c Vests and Pants, at Ribbed vests and pants, fleece linedj crochet trimmed and ribbon drawn vests French band ankle length pants; good, heavy fleecing; mill runs of 50c grade. 1 5c pr. Infants' 25c Cashmere Hose, at Iufants' Cashmere Hose, silk heel and toe; colors black, white, tan, red and pink. These stockings have very slight oil spots, otherwise they would be mark ed 25c. Selling now at 15 a pair. s Women's 35c Cashmere Hose at 25c a pair. Women's r.bted top. black cashmere hose; double heel and toe; a good elastic stocking. Mill Runs of 33c value. At 25c a pair. Women's 39c Cashmere Hose, 29c a pair. Women's lxl ribbed cashmere hose with double heel and toe. Thess are mill runs of 39c hose. Sell ing now at 29c a pair. Children's $1.00 Union Suits, 59c. J wool Union Suits for children, sizes 4 to 16 yr3., high neck, ankle length and ribbon drawn, drop seat3. $1.00 and $1.25 values. At 59c. Wonderful Sale Values in Underwear and Hosiery for Men. Tlorkstndcr nt Bljoii Dream. Have you ever seen Lew Docksta1 er come to town? Ever seen him ride In a broken-down rig dra.wrt by a raw j boned, longlng-for-oa.ts. sort of a nag? now wouia you enjoy seeing him chased about the town by his entire company? lon't you think It would be more comical that any of his usual stage stunts? You can see an these things happen at the Bijou Dream on Wednesday aijiH Thursday. U hap pens in tiie moving pictures to he sure but everything is so clear that It al most' is hs fiinny as seeing Lew him self go through the same antics, There's another new number, "The Great Train Robbery," which shows how a real holdup and robbery Is committed; also the rha.se and cap ture of the robbers. "Huhbv's Mis haps," the other number, Is ,i funny that It remains for another two days. Messrs. Buazel! and La Farlenter Hnd MlsB,'Efland contribute vocal numbers to the excellent program. The BIJou Dream Is not to he con founded with the usually warm and stuffy moving picture houses. It Is a modern theater, well ventilated, and offers all the comforts to be obtained at the best theaters Open from 12 noon till 11 p. m. Admission 5 and Ifl cents. 39c ea. Men's 50c Fleeced Underwear, at Men's Jaeger, fhece lined shirts and drawers, high clas3 garments, shirts bound with silk arcund neck and down front; drrwers have strong suspender tapes; straight half-dollar garments, marked at 39c. :ee the Mew Neckwear at 50c. Men's 59c Shirts, 39c. Jaeger shirts, double breasted, heavily fleeced;, some have small mended spots .but not anything that will interfere with their wear ing EOc valu?. At 39c. Men's 25c Hose, 19c. Heavy Wool and Camel's Hair Hose, black or natural; good, long wearing hose, easily worth 25c. Sale Price, 19c. ' Men's $1.00 Underwear, 85c. Red Flannel Shirts and Drawers, silk bound shirts; drawers faced and lined, also tape bound seams: strictlv first class garments. Well worth $1.00. Now 85c. Men's 25c Hose, 12c. Men's Mercerized Lisle Hose in blue, black, tan, gray and red; subject to very slight imperfect ions, otherwise they'd be 25c. 1 9c pr. Men's 25c Cashmere Half Hose, at Men's Cashmere Half Hose in plain black or Oxford; carefully fashioned, very elastic, double heels and toes. These half hose are mill runs of a quali ty that sells regular at 25c a pair. Sale Price is 19c a pair. "Royal" Collars, all styles, 2 for 25c. Wednesday is Home Furnishers' Day in the New Basement Galvanized Iron Wash Tubs, light, but very dura ble. Small size, 59c. Medium size, 69c. large .size, 79c. Wall Clothes Dryer with 1 0 separate arms, all steel parts galvanized, worth 49c. Special at 39c . ... i Bass Wood Moulding Boards, size 1 8x24 in., smooth finish; worth 59c. Special at 39c. Black Japaned Coal Scuttles, 25c value. At 1 5c Dust Pans of heavy Japaned Tin, the kind usually sold at 1 0c. Special at 6c. Cotton Clothes Lines in 50 ft. lengths, worth 1 0c. Special at 7c. Thin Blown Table Tumblers, first quality, worth ' 60c a doz. On sale Wednesday at 3c each. Lindsay Gas Burners, complete with mantle and air hole globe; 39c value. Special at 29c. Sweeping Reductions on the Most Exclusive Costumes and Hats in our Cloak Room and Millinery Parlors. ntafmMf&iwinMmiiyitfii FAIR HAVEN NEWS Talk on Emmanuel Movement by Mr. Spinney - Busy in Politics, "The tfnttiiHnual Movement" was the subject of an mldrewi lust evening In i hi. clnipel of the lii'iind Avenue Bap tist church i Mi n pent Sunday the pnsti'1 nf the church, Ib'v. Chnrb'n J, Smith, preached on thia topic and through his Influence 'Mr. Spinney chimp here lnsl tilht In rK e the adilfeps. 'Mr, Spinney ban made the subject n n t'pc I h 1 study In Honhm the post season and Is well Informed on the subject, having given quite a number of ad dresses upon the movement, Rev, W. A. Spinney Is pastor of the Walling ford Baptist church, 'Mf, Pplnney hag received many letters from different parts of the country during the past three months from people anxious to larn more Hbout the matter. Ho said the movement whs new in America, having been In operation about two year, but It had been In existence In KtiKtand fully sixteen years, Mr. i Spinney told about the starting of the movement In Hnstnn where there Is a strong church. The movement was studied up extensively py Drs. Wnost'T and Mci 'iinib, These physicians deter mined In treat functional troubles only and not any organic diseases, These physicianri did not wish to Infringe upon tin' Held nf regular physicians, which was triat organic cases, These scientists desired to hav this I gospel a larger field of operation; they had no new dogma to Introduce. Mr. Spinney said the E'mmanual movement had Its origin In the Emmanual church In Poston. This movement was here to show that God was here to hless His people to help the whole man, mental and spiritual. These touchers showed that man has a subconscious mind as well as a conscious mind. Seeds sowed in the subconscious Meld were oftrn strong enough to drive out the weaKer elements. The Emmanual leaders saw that there were forces In the subconscious that would overcome the weaker elements. He said the Fhnmaniial lenders were perfectly will ing to use medicines when that -was necessary. Sometimes the patient l put Into a hypnotic cnndltlon and there passages of Scripture are repented and prayers are said. There are "i de nominational or religious tests, but they are taught, to do Ood's will. Mr. Spinney said that in the prayer meet ing of the F,mmanual church there were often 1,000 people. He said this movement was different from Christ Ian Science In that, the latter denied the existence, of a personal God. Mr. Spin ney related several cases which had been treated in Boston and of the suc cessful cures. He said tllero were dan gers in the movement when taken up by unbalanced people. All should fully understand the nature of " the move ment and of the people to be treated, bffore It was undertaken. He said multitudes had been restored to health and strength and the movement had come to stay. Preachers had been ap pealed to In many cases during their work and this movement appealed to the people. The church had come to face so many cases of physical and mental derangement and God had opened the door to the movement. a door of opportunity to do good to the people, He said it was a disinterested movement as the Boston doctors re ceived no fees. If the patient desired In give a free-will offering for tha cause, they could do so. They were careful that It should not become a commercial movement. Mr. Spinney spoke a.t length concerning the move ment and was listened to with atten tive Interest. There was a large M tendance at the meeting. poll-and day. Over In the Fourteenth ward, tics are getting quite Interesting will be front now until election The Fourteenth Ward Republican cluU has headquarters at 19 East Grand avenue, where the members ward committee are on hand evening, Campaign literature (Continued on Seventh Page.) of the every is on