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Tuesday, SltC UJcminj) tymwMmtitt November it, 1008.
iwmwi.np Its Good Children The perfect digestibility of Van Houten's Cocoa makes it the most nutritious nnd. healthful beverage for children or adults. The special Van Hour.cn method of manufacture entirely eliminates the indigestible elements, leaving only the full virtue of the bean. There is no sediment in the cup, no waste, and a double strength that requires but Vi as much Van Houten s to the cup as or other C ocoas. (Best and Goes Farthest) (&& FAIR HAYEN HEWS Men's Club Meeting Addressed by Rev. Dr. Sncath Rev. Mr, Barrows Resigns. ton anil n punt ;(! ua I f course n. Yale, Mr. Burrows In popular 1m his parish ami his parishioners are sorry that lie Is. to leave, or U pprpin.il Attention to All Tastes. P38 Chapel St.. over Phelps1 Studio. The Chinesr) pnvernmcnt has pstah llshed a school nt Shanghai to Instruct t It n mum of fishermen In modern meth ods of (Ksh culture. Thompson Shop 3lntrrtnr Brrrtratnra The Shop employs thor oughly skilled mechanics as well as artists for each branch of its work. Our workmen arc skill ful as well as thoughtful & execute their work without unnecessary litter 8c with little inconvenience to the household. In I TO THE Comfort you will get from wearing SOROSIS SHOES. We have ladies tell us fre quently that it is the only shoe i larse nV amati ; they can put on and shop all iday in New York the "first day they wear them." and not know they have a new shoe on. Our Children's SOROSIS SHOES are even more comfort able, if such is possible. ' Ladies', $3.50 and $4.00. Misses' and Boys, 11 -2, $3.00'. Children's, 8J-11, $2.50; 5 to 8, $1.50 and $2.00. Infants', 2-6, $1.00; 0-4, 50c. SorosisShoeCo. A. B.GREENWOOD, Pies, 814 CHAPEL STREET. Clerkin & Co. 781 Grand Avenue. Steam and Hot Water Heaters j That ilvo Complete Satisfaction. If you are considering a i change in your present system, telephone for an ESTIMATE. TWO THOXKS 1078. 3231 J. TIME At the meetlnc of the Men's elub of the C.rand Avenue Congregational church last evening, the llev, Dr. Snenth spoke on the "Demand for a Xrw National Hymn." He said: "I cure not who makes n natlon'a laws, If 1 niH.v write Its sours," The, author of thin Sftylnu recognized the power of music upon mankind. It moves men to sympathy, to murage, to sacrl flee nnd to death. All nations have, their national and patriotic hymns. Our country has hers; hut thern has lonR heen a felt need for a distinctive national hymn such as other nations have and which they sing; on all oc casions. This feeling of need mani fests Itself every few years In renewal of the demand for such a hymn. "In 1903 the editor of the Outlook Ir nn editorial on the subject said that the time must come when this country will have a worthy poetic ami musical expression of Its patriotism. This year Tresldent lloosevelt re newed the discussion hy wrltlnc to Joel Chandler Hnrrls, suRRestliiR the Battle Hymn of the Republic as worthy to he the national hymn, The Nation, commentlnR upon the surros tlnn says, The day Is Rone by for Im promptu preparation of war.' Then, nfcrrlnc to our Increase of arma ment, It adds, 'Something; Is still req uisite for a successful wa'r. Consress has neglected to provide the fours for the men.' The force of this sur- pestlon Is seen In the statement Hint the most popular sour of the late war with Spain was suiir to the tune, 'There'll be a hot time In the Md town to-night." "The hundredth anniversary of the Mrth of the author of 'My Country. 'Tls of Thee,' opens afresh the dls- ; cnsslon as to t nether- this hymn Is! worthy to he the national hymn. I While other nations have many patrl- j otic snncs. they have one which Is ' officially reeopnir.ed nnd which on any state or other oeendon Is sunR with out hesitation. Further the hymn Is known by memory nnd can readily be suns by most any company, whether Sticli Is not the case In America "What are the objections to one or more of our present hymns? The 'Star Ppancled RnnnT' Is oftb lalll i recognized by the army and navy and I when It Is played or sung every sol- j dler and snllnr rises ami remains j standing, lint. It Is objected that It j wnK written In iniinrrtnM u-llU flirt ' wnr of Kli and commemorate? the most Inglorious campaign In which th American arms were ever encas ed. Further there nre expreslons In It which are not appropriate for an nnt'iem of to-day. Further the average person cannot remember the words or manage the tune. "The Hattle Hymn of the Republic Is ft hjmn of loftiness of thought: but It Is objected1 that the South would I never consent to It; the Hebrews do not like Its declarations eoniernlna Christ; and the. tune being an old camp-mectlng melody lacks dignity and character such as ought to he as sociated with a national anthem. 'My Country, 'Tls of Thee' has secured a more favorable reception with a larg er number, and la known hy a larger percentage of the American pcopK But It Is declared to be a New Fur land hymn and therefore provincial In Its references and character. Fur ther, there are c preso.ins like My Native Country." to which the forelpn born olttr.en objects. Then.' too, the tunc Is borrowed nnd Is already the air of 'Clod Pave the King,' and other national hymns." IV. Smnih then spoke of "The uatcn on the Rhine, "erj Havi the King." 'The Hymn of the Mars'll Inlse" and the Japanese national hymn. "Klmlgaye." He showed that the demand was for a hymn that Is universal, original, American and In spiring In Its diameter, lie ,ne, attention to the fad that the Ameri can Institute ofArt and Letters Is of fering a prize for a hymn. He be. llcvod that In due lime we will have a national anthem which all ian ami will sing; that It will be born out of some great event or movement. in the meantime, "My Country 'Tls of Thee," "The Star-Spnngled banner" and "The Hattle Hymn of the Repuh. win meet our needs. He has al- The funeral of Sarah Benedict, widow of the laic Cipuln Dennis Dorothy w.is largely attended at the Memorial chapd In Fair Haven cemetery yesterday af ternoon, .funeral kpi'vIith having also heen held In Danbury on Sunday mid the Rev. Arthur Sjnlth oinelatlnfj. Mrs. Dorothy wa.s the oldest member of the Fast IVarl Street M. K. church and .she and her husband were constituent members there, Rev. K C, Tullar ofll- clated and paid a tine tribute to her excellence as a woman and a Chris tian, She was In the (list year of her age and until she had a stroke of apo plexy a week before her death, (--lie was In very fair health. She resided here until two years ago when she went to Danbury to reside with her daughter. Her husband who was a well known captain and oystcrman, died years ago. The coupje were married In Fair Haven on (Irani) avenue 70 years ago. She was a daughter of die late Mr, and Mrs. Truman Benedict, who were well known people of this city nnd Fair Haven. At the funeral yesterday there, ucre, many floral tributes Including a large and beautiful rose wreath" from the shopniates of Mrs. Rrooks, her daughter In Danbury. The hearers I were John S. Snnford, Frnest H. Craw ford, Captain Charles H. Seelcy, Kd ward M. Woodward, William H. Kins ley and William (lrannl.s. of a family ; of nine children, Mrs, Dorothy Is sur vived by two daughters, Mrs. Hrooks of Danhury and Mrs. Smith of Phorland 1 avenue. I H 15? FbM A H FWfo. The Metropolitan Store TV, PnW.M A I I FVfrfk - iwiuj oi New tiaven. -a- i;-h- i ir y i Time To Bcin Needlework 110 you rea,i!,'e tllnt ,he n"diys are ies than two " ' 1 1 n months away? If you have any fancy needlework gifts to make with your own hands, prepare to begin the work now. There 's a world of suggestion for you In the Art Annex, Next Elevator, Main Floor. E t ft r E 8 APOLEON, who is reported to have said so many "good j- things , clatmcd that he won so many times because ne always f started "a little bit ahead " of the other fellow. Here's a 3? chance for the early Christmas gift buyer and other folks too, to get a i " bit ahead ". Some of the cleanest money-savings you ever picked up i in reliable " up-to-the-minute " Clocks and Watches. Clocks for every jj 'Afore-Time Holiday Sale Clocks and Watcher! "The hell strikes one. We take no note of time But from its loss. To give it then a tongue, Is wise in man." N At Pt. James' P. R. church on Sun-; day the sudden death of Dr. Morgan of j Christ church was briefly announced ! ! bv the rector, Rev. William Hurrows. I In referring to his worth as a mints- , ter, Mr. Rurrows said "The fact that j Dr. Morgan has died Is In Itself a vie- j tory and the thing for which he stood has come to realization." I service Dining Room, Parlor, Library, Kitchen, add the ever handy " Alarm ". Good Watches for Men, Women, Boys and Girls. Big slices cut from even those low prices which invariable go with Malley Clocks and Watches and offer such substantial money-savings over the specialty store. Our broad, liberal guarantee behind each and everv article, that ntialitv. serviep nliah1r timp.kppninor and the rest - - j 1 i 1 . -. . - . ...... r-v ZH of it will and shall prove thoroly satisfactory to the purchaser. Quite E a number of other knock-at-your-door opportunities besides these be- K low. But BE ON TIME ! For the sale-time is limited. fj Thomas Mlnnls of Clifton street re clved a telegram yesterday announc ing the death of his brother John Vln nis In Raltlnmre. Already covcral hundred parcels for the fish pond which Is to be a feature of the Strong school fair have arrived and attendants will have opportunity to grab at the cents a grab. The fair l.i to be held Saturday, December 5. The rummage sale held Inst week by the Ladles' Aid society of Hie Crand Avenue Raptlst church netted the sum of $11. The entertainment held by the choir of the same church last week cleared $n. Mrs. It. T. MeNlchol and MKs Flora McNIcInd of Rrooklin, are paying a visit to Henry 1 Parties and family of 111 Fxi'hnnge street. Mrs. McMi hot the widow nf Rev. R T. M.'NIcliol who was pester nf the Kat Pearl Street M, K. church several years. There was a runaway In c.raud ave nue yesterday afternoon which created unite a little excitement. A woman i' hose name wa.i not learned whs driv ing a Imre attached to a carriage when the animal took fright and ran avwiy The horse turned Into Clinton avenue, hul It Is understood he was caught be. fore Injury was done. Select now while our stock is com plete. High grade, but low-priced. Tulips, 10c, 15c, etc., to 45c per dozen. Hyacinths, 45c, 50c, $1.00 per dozen. Narcissus, Single, 12c to 40c per dozen. Narcissus, Double, 15c to 40c per dozen. Joss Flower, or Chinese Narcissus, 8c each, etc. Fifty Canary Birds just in. Come and hear them sing. THE FRANK S. PLATT CO. 350-356 STATE STREET. HEW HAVEN, CONN. FURNITURE. Dining Tables Dining Tables Dining Chairs, (Pedestal) from $ 5.00 from 12.50 from 1.00 from 14.50 from 17.00 from 4.50 from 9.00 lie" R) tne conviction that as the Ynnkee has failed, the hymn will come from the brain and heart nf some foreign, born or child of foreign-born citizen, Inspired with the true American spirit. The meeting was largely attended and was the second In the series this year. Patriotic songs were sting hy the .lull. P. It. Pollock, the presi dent of the club, presided. The club has appointed the pastor of the church, Rev. Dr. Sncath, the presi dent, D. R. Tollock the secretary, If. I,. Seward to represent, the club at (he meeting to be held at th" Church of the Ttedcemer Friday night to con sider the proposition to form a N'uw Haven federation of men's clubs, J ne i;ev. williani Murrows, rector of M. James p. F.. church In Fast Grand avenue ha resigned and the resigna tion will he acted upon at a meeting of tht- parish next Monday evening. Mr. Burrows has been apolntcd by Bishop Francis of the bishopric of Indlanapo liss an assistant at Trinity rhurch In that city to do religious w'nrk among thf. Episcopal students In the Universi ty of IndlHna F.dgar Palmer of Qnlnnlplae avenue Is visiting relatives In W"ethorinr.l. Qulnnlplac conclave of lleptasophs met la.ot evening and there was an In itiation by the degree team. Tills, with routine business, was followed by an oyster supper served In the bati'tuet room .ner t'Te A. . I", YV. hall at Grand avenue. After a stay of six j-eeks In Kabi- j tnazoo, Mich.. Mrs. William It. 1,1ns- ley has returned to Iit home In Pier- pont strict, I After the meeting of Columbia cas tle, K F, this evening, there will be a whist. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ula Ueaie, are to remove to 17 Clinton avenue. Miss Mae Smith of Grand avenue ii visiting relatles In Brockton, Mass. Mr and Mrs. New Turk are In Flank Benliain Fair Haven Fust. Miss .Martha I'avls of ,w York l.i visiting Miss Mildred Johnson of (Julnnlplac avenue. Miss Kthel Manwnrlng of Fast Pearl street last evening entertained at ner home the membcra of thn Bonliom tnle club of West Haven, of which she Is a member. The two weeks' mission at St. Fran cis' church rinsed Sunday. The dual service for the women was held at 3::in In the afternoon and In t.ic even ing at 7;:to the closing aervice for the men was very largoly attended. At St. Bone's church the women's mission wa.s closed with a service In the aft ernoon and the men's mission wa.s opened In the evening. The congrega tion In the evening filled the ehurcii to ll.s capacity. H n n u m H H n H n n B H If n n a 0 H 0 fit H U U n H 0 n 0 u 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55 0 0 RARE BARGAINS IN RELIABLE TIME-KEEPERS. 85c Alarm Clocks 59c Alarm Clocks, American make, with Rood movements, new fin ished. ReRular 85c. At 5Sc. Alarm Clocks $1.19. One-Day, Long Alarm Clocks, fitted with alarm and silent switch. Regulars I. SO. At $1.19. Mantel Clock $3.75. Black Wood Ename! Docks, 8 day strike. Regular $5.50 value. Sale Price $3.75. Porcelain Clocks $5.00 each. , Three imported cases Porcelain Clocks, worth regularly $6.00, $7.00 and $8.00, At $5.00. Kitchen Clocks $1.79 Oak Mantel Kitchen Clocks, eight-day movement. Regular value $2.25. At $1.79. Alarm Clocks 98c. Mission Alarm Clock, incased, in dark wood finish. Regular value $1.45. This sale at f)8c. HOW TO SAVE MOST WAtCH MONEY. Women's Watches $16.95. 14 K solid gold case, Waltham movement, In bright and Roman finish. Regular value $25.00. $15.00 Men's Watches $10.95. Hunting rase, 20 year, gold filled, with Waltham or Elgin movement. Regular $15.00. At $ 10.05. $12.50 Men's Watches $8.69. Twelve sizes, Taltham or Elgin movement, twenty year guaranteed case. Regular $12.50. $15.00 Watches $10.95. Twelve sires, Waltham or Elgin movement, joint hack, 25 year case. Regular $15.00. $14.50 Women's Watches $9.65. Open face, Waltham movement, twenty year gold filled case. Regular $14.50. At $9.65. $1.00 Nickle Watches 73c. Nickle Watches for man or boy, all fully waranted. Regular value $1.00. At 73c. Waltham or Elgin Watches, seven jewel, twenty year case, open face, screw dust-proof back. Regular $10.00 Watches at $6.98. Lace Bed Sets $3.95. Scotch Lace Bed Sets, full size, fine designs on strong double twisted cable net, with full, soft net ruffles around the Spread and at each end of Bolster Cover. Regular $7.50 Sets. Special at $3.95. Second Floor. $27.50 Dinner Sets $14.98 25 Decorated China Dinner Sets,' with a choice of several decorations on a new shape ; dainty floral sprays treated with bright gold. 100 piece sets, including French Soup Plates. Many sell regularly up to $27.50. While they last $14.98. Basement. Brussels Rugs $10.95. Tapestry Brussels Rugs, 9 x 12 size, a durable fabric, all wool, in Oriental and Floral designs; tasteful colorings. Reg ular $14.75 Rugs. Special $10.95. Second Floor. Brussels Rugs $20.95. , Body Brussels Rugs, 9 x 12 size, very superior quality, tasteful patterns and colorings. Regular $27.50 Rugs. Special at $20.95. Second Floor. I SfBspM alleys The Metropolitan Store Thb of New Haven. -X- E'-MALLEY(2' nnnnnonnanaan aoaBDaHnBDDact&o anBDnnaoann ty-tuo Inches long mill tire Intended ffir HhopiiliiR nr Hchnul emits. Th1' Htylc In juirtlcuhirly Riifirl for the second bent coat, fur the coUcrc iiiIum. The vnliu nf Ortnr Hill .ilHtion to this section and t" part of the .Seventh find KlRhth warrln Is ronotitntly be coming; more iippnrent. Perlmps the agitation which followed the action nf the railroad company a year apn in seeking to eliminate It has niiide pen pie within a larger radius acquainted with what convenlence.s thev have bv Ther nre 2.050 students trains stopping here. At any rate, the There neeuiH nn end to the outpour ing of ecru net blnusefl Willi colored embroidered dots. They are offered by j 1.1 1 o nhopH, made hy the dozens, nnd j therefore will he widely worn. They j are taking the place of white hlnusea at present, ua tip y wrar anil wash Just I satin ribbon Is fastened around the collarless ftlct yoke. MVrrif IiIGIITI',1) (TOTHLS. Fire shortly after 6 o'clock last eve ning did about $100 datnago to a clothes' chwt. In the house occupied by Alexander Nicholson at 21 White Htreet. Cine nf the members of the family was searching for something In the closet, with a match and accidentally set tin; to bo worn for elaborate Indoor affairs , to some of the clothes. Thu closot was and also for evening occasions. These S burned out. Company I extinguished lis well, This Is marabou. It Is used wide ruffs. a season of soft fluffy Combined with ostrich tips for hat trimming and for ! N'ow there are capes of It am lined with a vivid satin and fas tened In front, with a large satin bow. In the university. Mr. Burrows leaves with his family for his new charge, January 1. He has been rector of St. James' church three and a. half years having been ordained there. His home Is In New York. He took his theologi cal course at Berkeley school, Middle- w business nt this point has Increased, Judging from the numbers which get nn or alight from trains. P,. DURHAM COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, CASH OR CREDIT. OILUSCiL; AND CJLMIH bl KELTS. Toothsome and Tender Post Toasties ('I'Ik)I, delirious golden brown llnkes mnl from Selected While irn. "Tht Taste Lingers." l'ostui" Cereal Company. Limited. Battle Creek. Mich. The parish aid society of St. James' P. K. church will serve Its regular bi weekly supper In the Sunday school room of the church at fi;H0 o'clock on Thursday evening. The price of the supper will, as usual, be fifteen cents. As Through a Shop Window furriers have brought nut long coats of reindeer skin. These are considered quite handsome ami smart. They are lined with brocade in lawn shade. Metal buttons nre used to fasten .them. They are worn for the automobile, for the street and for all manner of after noon affairs over good looking blouse suits. Women should not confuse the slashed skirt with the sheath skirt. The former Is open to the knees or the hips and Is now filled with chiffon, not knickerbockers. The shenth skirl. Is merely a tight, unlltied, graceful affair that falls In clinging folds from a high waistband over the door. Kach gets lis name from Its appearand1. Yet they arc constantly confused. th flrp without, damage to the. rest of thn house. The house is owned by Samuel Lunger. i mm naiMunHU'ir mm There Is a new material out. for ill rcclolrc gowns which has a colored satin foundation and is striped with black. II Ih wide enough to cut to ad vantage and Is good looking, Coats of striped suiting have the pocket flaps, collar ami revrrs of plain material., These, cuala are made iweu- 1 lead-rose satla. made In a. surplice dlroi'tnire, with a yoke of while fll t and while 1 1 1 ft beneath the aide-slashed scam, would Ik- smart with a blai k satin rosette at the crossed surplice front, which is a little to the left, fr :tn sid . The long satin ends should be of different Imiglhi and knoUH I. lire Italics from the end.). A wide blacx FOR n.?-"'' out." ..SI' Ely's Cream Balm It quickly absarhctJ. Gives Relict at Onco. It cleanses, soothes, heals and protects ran msenseu mem- bnitio roHtiltiug from Catarrh and dvWes away a ('old in the Head quicldy. Restores tho Seniles of Tiiste and Smell, Full eissa Gl) et3. at, DrtiffRists or by mail. Liquid Cream Balra for uso iu atomizers 75 cU. Lly Brothers, D6 Warren Struct, Kew Vorlt, I E3. OTJXIXIIIIS. Hj'poi'on Stables, Opposite Vanderbilt 1 tall. COACH, COUPE AMD LIVERY SERVICE, AUTOMOBILE ATTENTION. 1038 Chapel Street, Thone 1010. IS IT ENJOYABLE ? I)n yen Ilk to see otli people with defective icta Do you not think olhti would bo mm digressed yours were (lint wyf Nl don't let them g,et beyond U help of a Rood dentist. one of your leeth Is mlsslT! luive iiih bridal, (he snnce with lto tMj In (lie xnme color, Nhupe 11 nil size of t nntnrul one. PHIL1,. DENTAL ROOM 781 CHAPEL ST. IF YOU ARE PARTICULA CONSULT Ryder's Printing Houi 78 CENTER STREET. MICHAEL ETZEL & SON! Saw mill, wood turning and bal sawing. Automatic variety wood tuti lug and pollsning; wheels, pulley pnlffl flag pules, I'enee, hitching and clotlj posts ami stlcKs, hard wood rolls, 8 slues. All kinds native lumber, fl place and kindling wood. S 'Phone, Connections. 101 Fairmont a Ashes RamovsrJ at Short Na!i General Oart nsc Dm THE NEW SERVIC f. k: swan. Tel 8U0 3. 255 Orchtud