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1 THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1908. If You Are Interested I'M j In Beautiful Embroidered Centerpieces, Sofa Pillows, Shirt Waists, Bags, Cush I Ions. Picture Frames and the thousand j: and one dainty conceits In fancy work, f! be sure and see them at their best. In Uhe art department on the third floor. However, needlework is not all. I Sometimes you will like a picture, selected with the same care as Is given to Embroideryand underprlced but choice. Just now we have about 300 of handsomely framed prints of local views, &c, which are selling for 50 cents each. The frame or print If bought separately at most stores ! would sell for that. here long at this time BITUARY NOTES Cliarlc S. Fields. T suffering for thirteen week es S. Fields, of ;t Dixwell uveiiue, t tli" New Haven hospital durinft" ly niht. His death was due to urdltls. d mm in his thirty-Mrst year and mploycd liy the riillroad com He leaves h widow and one child. The funeral will hp held his lute residence this aft'nmoti If-past two o'clock. Mrs. t G. K. Colton. yetserday morning 'i o'clock the tl of Mrs. Catherine i was held at St . Kehoe Patrick s hlKh mas e audience It, a solemn roqlotn celehrated, A In rj Itev. Kat her FlnncKnti speak terlins qualities and Hie. Iful fjucl on lliirh" was sun;; on "A. I by I 'on way-Toliin. pallbearers were Thomas lielan- lomas ( 0111,-lilln, John .vlootiey Hurland, Kdward I Hilton (in(1 1 i Hyrn. s. ' (lower hearers were (ieorKe '. Krnnk Hreen, Martin Scully, ,1. Corlieit. Joseph Kennedy and 'lloRan, ' deceas ii was a iiopnlar membet issell circle No. 1. 1 111111,'llters of ', who sent a doleuatlon to at 'he burial. I'rederlcli J'nse. Iialf-past two o'clock this after it. the Kliworth M. E. church, 'e and Kdwnrds streetR. will b lip funefHl of Frederick Case, the ,oiif llnenmti who was killed by lark's automobile last Saturday. Sir. Wilson will officiate and the will b' six men from the .'rn New England Telophone eoin- I Mrs. CliiiHiiHo Relehe. 'funeral of Mrs. Charlotte Relehe, if Robert Relehe. of XS; State ; will he held at her lnte residence row afternoon at 2 o'clock. Ser- ! expense Incident 1i funernl ner , ninny times 11 lu-nvy liiirilen, oe uh ii nflen .IneM iineYpecYeilly ter Iiib iierlinlh nf IIIiipn. It U sire io he known am ennli1ern(e , eluirncs, mill esiirelully tlinimht. i (lie 111 any ciiri'H mid reNiionMlhllt lileh nt 11111M nei-ewiinrlly nnnunip h oreiiNl'ioii. (I AM A II V VFM, milrt (h 11 pel St. DEATHS. -Suddenly. In tills i-lty, November ll) iS, Frederick T. Case, aged .10 is, 7 ninntliH. M days, ii nervines will he held in the. Vorth M. E. church, corner of Or 'fr and I-'dwa,rds strcels, Tuesday ',-noon. Noveniher 1", nt half-past o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited, HIT It. ',VN Fn lured Into life eternal on 'lay. November fifteenth, tlm . -renri i.ieorK" Hritiley Mornan, .)., rent or nf Christ, eluiri-li. New 'mi. Connecticut. urlal service will he ssld In st church. New Hnvcn. on neadHy morning, November the 'icontli. nt half-pnst eleven "ck. Interment In Hartford. Tills are kindly requesled not to , dowers. 11 Hi 2' lean House -By the iiiine Vacuum System . will be done right. Don't 'j' your money away on toys Jone or two inches of vac When it requires from 12 ''; inches to do the work. THE Clean !uum er Co, i, Carpets, f urniture ( leaned Without licmovnl. TEL. 2700, find an art novelty They won't remain of year. vices will he held at the Kvansclica I I Lutheran Kmnnuel church in Hum- phrey str et at a quarter past two. Mrs. Uei.'he died at her home yes I terdny at the ae of j7 years. ! .Mrs. Mary S. Pnuie. This afternoon at 2 o'clock tin I u j tierHl of uMary 1.. l-'enn, w idow of JanicR G. Payne, will he held from her ; late residence, with burial in the iiik Grove ei'inptery. Mrs. Payne's death occurred Friday i at. the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. '('. Wilcox, Hi Prlstol street. She was ! In her 7lith year and was liorn in ; Plymouth. Conn., January is, p:tt. the yoiinEest (laughter of Captain luvld j and Persls Potter F mi. Three duiiik- ' ters survive her, Mrs. Alice l.ee, Mrs. I Bertha C. Wilcox and Mrs. Minnie M. j Smith of Greenwich, Conn. .Inmes II. Iticliard-. Tile funeral of James II, HichanK who died at the New Haven hospital after an niisueci ssl'ul effort to mve his life by (he transfusion of blonil. will be held at K;30 o'clock this 1110111 ItiK from his late resiib -nee, 1 1 r. Hunt InKton avenue.. Requiem hU;ii mass will be held nt St. Rose's church at : o'clock. Father Klt.Rerald olllelatiim as celebrant. Tin Interment will be al S; Law retice cemetery. Miclinel O. i iirroll. There was a larue a I ten. lain fine nil of Michael Carroil 011 day inorniiiK. Services were his late residence, p.! Rmwn st r t. at S:30 o'clock, and al St Patrick's church nt D o'clock, A solcioti requiem Ij.kIi mass was celebrated by Father .M . -r rissey. Father Klnni-Kan aet.d ax deacon and Father (VRiien sub deaeon Father ItltSSell wan master of .'ore ! mollies. There were many beautiful 1 (lorn I places from the family and ' frb ndw. A delegation from Santa j Maria council, Knljibts of Columbus, ; acti.rl as pallbearers. Interment was In St. Bernard's cemetery, where the ser vices nt Hie fcrave were conducted hv ! Father I?ussel. .lollit l Collins. The funerxl of ,lohn !' take place from the reside brother, William Collins. ton street, at fi.Sd o'clock Wednesday morning. A requiem hisli mass will be celebrated at St. Patrick's church al 9 o'clock, Burial will he in SI l'iernard cemetery. Mrs, Otlliorlne Ward. Mrs. Catherine Ward, fornu-rlv of this city, died In Myxtlc yesterday. Site win the widow of Michael . Ward, and at one time resided ai ,107 James street,, this ulty. The funeral will be held from the t'nloti depot In this city upon tne ar rival of the 11 : rt 0 train from Mystic WcilnefsclHj triornlnii. The Inturtiienl will he In S, riernard cemetery. Mrs. Collins Is survived by three xntis, Wlllliim, Michael and John V. Cdllns. uim;iim nri irs tmmv, Sends Boss Mtiriihy's Itroihcr-ln.I.inv A way from Desirable lYeclnci. New York, Nov Police Captain Patrick Cray, who Is a brother. In law of Charles F Murpiiy of Taiuniany Hall, was t.riuinferrerl to day from the Kldrldge street to the F.ast due iln . drcd and Fourth" street station, Jjeu tenant. Harrington, who heads the eli service list for captains, was place, r, teniporary cfiniuuind of the busy pt Hide precinct Coninilssioner HlnKlianrs rmly ev (donation of the transfer whw that II had been ordered lor the Koor) nt the service H M AI (.IIT IV M HIM . I-'ortunao Hrua Ider. an i-tn ii iy ,,f the 0. K, Tool company of Shell, m. crushed his hand while al work ,t.; terday and whs broiiKht tin- New M .iveii hospital lie a, sinwle mail, llilrly years of ac Ills hand, which was caught In a machine, wll pioli ahly have li in- aniputiili'd. r TOO SOQfl FOR CHRISTMAS BUYING, iipi;s, hii kk ii u i (.hods, MI.VH CVsKS (leiillior mid nicliill. Ill MltxtltS. M.;, H. i:m: mid ni.gaii iioi,ii;hs, pipi; ii(,s, I'ircs in casks, ririvit ( ks, ,i its, tiiiiv. CO In IM)I . vv mm; . nil are lu-rc, irmly for your tIi'cI inn. You run iiuil.o jour purclinsc of Scaurs In Ihc bo. ( wholesale: prices) NOW '""I "I" l'"'e lliiiii for you In our II In lliinii (lor, where I hoy will ripen anuliis) tin' diiy ,mii want llii'in lor sills. Make up your Hut and we will look after the detail for you. gSEmsnm Milttoon'j Cornr. I'liupel St., cor. Orange. 808 roll SCHOOL C!III,)I!K,N, Sprciiil l,o Price for To-iiIkIi). I'.eu (ireet For Hie second performa nee of "M id Sum r Nljtht'N l'r.am" to he Hlv. n nt the Hyperion to-nlKht hy the lien Greet players id' London and the Russian Symphony orchestra pupils of tile pllltllc schools will he (jlVell a Sllll stantial reduction on prices of ad mission. Itehatc cheeks were placed ill the nlliees of the .schools throiiKh- ont the city yesterday and the sale nnionn school children has already I " i n very laree, one graded school takitiir .'-'7, tickets. These rebate cards may be obtained at the schools 1111(1 IllllSt be presented at tile box of fice wlo n seats are purchased. The house was entirely sold out last tilyht. P.OMIl I'll ROW Mil IIONORI .I). I.o Angel)- Italians Dine (ouit( Who Vttetnptcil Napoleon lll.'s Life. Los AiiRides. Nov. I ii. Italians or' this city aid San Frauelseo last iiIrIv a:te-iied a banipn t in honor of Count di- Hnliln, ,111 It'ill.in patrlol. who. In O.'n. was on,- (h.- nun who thr;-w I-uchs el 111 - c u ria:!.- of Fmperor Na poleon III. in I'.iii-. Tin-re wci-,-in arl .- one hundred cue- Is. ,m,l ' -iies blulilv 1 iloRl.-tie of tile count, w'no has been a resident of thin city for .-.ears, j-ere maib-. Count dc Itnbto h.ld of Ills att-mpl on the life nf Napoleon, his a 1 rest and his ban ishment to 1 Il's Is I ind a fter his w as i haiiK lb- eseape.l re tile ell II I'nit.d Slat w a i- with 1 The Imi'k h tho inninsiirinp; woitiiin's nrKiinisn), It (iiii kly calls nttcnt inn to tvoiil)f i iy aching. It tells, with other o.vnmionis, such ns nervous noss, henihirhp, jitis in the loins, voie'lit in the lower part of the body, fhnf a woman's fcrninino organism iK-fds immpfli;itr'attcntion. In siirh cases the one sure rompdy which speedily reimve.s the cnuso, aiid rest ores ilie feminine or?rnnism to a heplthy, normal condition is LYDIA&PINKHARH'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Jlrs. Will Vniiris, of U Columbia Ave., Hock land. Me., says: "1 was troii'oh-il fur n ton- time with dreadful backaches and n pain in my side, anil was miserable in every way. I doctored until I w.ri diseouraifed and thought I would never (ret, well, I read j what, r.ydia K. I'inlihn in's Vegetable Compound hud done for others and I decided to try it ; after taking three I hottleit I can truly say that I neviy felt ho well in rn.v life." Mrs. AnpustiiK Lynn, of Ra.st Earl, Pa., writes to M's. rinkliam : "I bad very severe biicknelips, nnd pressing-down pains. I could not sleep, and had no appetite. 1ydin K, CinU hatn'H Veiir-lahle i'oiiiinund eurerl nifi and inaib- inc. feel like h tiew woman." FACTS FR SSC'i WOMEN. Kor thirty years l.ydin K. I'ink ham's re;et;ilil(! ( Viininiiind, made from routs hik) herbs, has been tho etandanl remedy for female ills, and has positively en red thousands of women who have been troubled willi disjilai cnienfs. intliimmat ion, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic twins, lnu-kaelie, (Iwt hear- lnff-nown let fl:tMilpncy,iniiifrpfl- tion-dizzinoss.!)!' nervoiu wosl rfttion. mim death s- n'.- ii imprlsiiiiii-oii Island i-i.-l h s. s-rveu I 1 lull:' hoilt llie 'A :I I- With ill-'l liiel loii w inn i ni, I lie i i ii U oi' 1 1 e i (or nee of i I TJU''H7 1 of i MEWS OF THE COURTS New Haven Water Company Condemnation Proceedings on Ten-Mile Brook. WILL OF SUICIDE FOUND "firmer Nolle Pleads Utility Cases ill Poller Court IJtiuoi- Violat ors Fluid. The condemnation proceedinRS that are brought by the New Haven Water company to iiciiulre water rights on Ten Mile hrnolc In Prospect wc.ro beard In the civil side of the superior court yesterday and will be Mulshed next Monday. The hearing Is to de termine the damages due tile Cheshire Hrass com puny, who Rot power from the brook. The wuter Is for Hanuiun and Cheshire. I'll ii I Will. The will of Frederick (lordon was f.uind and taken to probate court. The decedent committed suicide recently. All the property Is left to M. I. Dun nliiK. Pleads Guilty. Hes.se (Iray, known under various aliases, once u popular beauty here, plead guilty to stenllnR MTiO from one Patrick Heetiey turee yearn ago. lloth were drunk. Police Court Hems. Hubert J. Carroll was lined $5 for trespass on 4 If Spruce street. Frank Panlcls, a truckman charge. I with breach of peace on Patrolman lloran In connection with the tralllc ordinance. haJ his case continued to November I'O. Frank II. Shoemaker was lined JT for not hnvlnn an unto license. William A Foster, suspended; .Jen nie Meeeher, lined Oeore Stewart, nulled: l.eroy Way I n-dled. an 1 Mich ael Klrby, 311 dayn In Jail, were the dispositions or drunkenness cn-ies. Mipior ( ncs. .lames tiarvln was lined $75 on 'hree counts of lintnr violations. Louis Munl'o wn.s dl.ic larked. James McNamiirn was fined JI.V PERSONAL NOTES T ii.s afternoon at Center church the woddltiR of MIhs Helen Mall, daughter of Mrs. John Halt of Hlllh.iuse avenue, and John Kllsworth Owsley. Vale '05. of Chicago, will take place. Itev, I r. Newman Smyth. 1'. I)., pastor emerit us of the church, will perform the ceremony at I o'clock. The bride will have as In r maid of honor her sister, Mi.s I'lol'elice Hull. Willie the hrideS- nnilds will Include Ml.-. It.imalne I-. M i in- or PlttshiirR, .Miss Kdtm Ows 1 ( -. a sister of the brldeKrnom from Chicago: Mrs. William H Tyl-r of Pliilnlield. N. ,1,, and Miss Klsle Trow bridge, Mr. Owsley, who graduated from Yale In ltnifi. will have n, his at tendants, members of the classes of I. ''la and 'HI. Charles I) Rafferlv of Plttsbiirs will act as lest man and nte iiKhers will include Wllllnni Iteeies ,,l Philadelphia. taett Hrln toll of Chlcag.i, l.eily.ird Mitchell of ('Ineliitiatl, Waller Ptlllmnn. Hrtiee Sm II l. IioiikIhss (llhhoris and Lowell M. Clueas. all nf NVw- York Follow ing the churi-h ceremony, whh-h will he attended hy several hundred (uresis, a reception will he held nt Die home of lie- bride In HUlhoiise avenue from 4; flu until I! o'clock. The bride and bridegroom will be assisted 111 receiv Imt tin- miestn at (he Ionise! by Mrs. John Manning Hall. Mr. and Mrs Owsley of Chicago, parents of the lirldi groom. Mr (iwslev Is one of ihe besl known among the younger Yah alumni, ha- lug beeM very prominent socially and atnb-tlcnUy during Ills college course. Miss Hall, although she has spett! ,-nnnlderable lime in Huston during the past two winters, lias H very long list of friends in town Miss Hull give a luncheon last even ing at the Country club for the wed ding party. Miss Klvlra Roltwood of (raivl Itaplds Is the guest of Mrs Henry ;s, (iraves of Trumbull street. Miss Holt wood formerly lived In New Haven. A very enjoyable recital was given by Miss Kate Lewis for her younger pupils on Saturday v afternoon last. The program and mime of those who took part are given herewith: l.lchner - llondlno. K lien berg - .Merry -( io- Hound. Constance Nettletoii. I uhlan l.argtietto. Chatnlti-'ide llondenu liiirothy Simmons Haydn - Sonata In C, first movement. Hohm Messengers of Spring Klizaheth Coitrllt Reefhoven Minuet In H Clenienti - Sonata In I', flrst move ment, I irieg - 1 'atice, Caprice. Christina I-ew-l Schulli', -Sidnnlng. Si han ven ka Polish J)nnr- Until Marvin. Atwood - Polka Hehr - Tamntelle. Kathleen and Marian Oavls Mnrston - March. Sartorlo Mttle Fuiry. Jessie ninkeslee, K rogirianii liohollnk. William Pard-e l(!oppe -- Magipe Morley - Knhler Maxlm - ( 'rolsez (.'-ol.HC7,- ( 'roiNc, Walt Klfde Parmelee, Peasant.' Walt,. Iiulil.lt. Minn. Hall I Mdcn Hayn. I nipatlence -Tag. Karl Thrall Sartorlo- Water Illy, Uuth Sperrv Sahathll In Ihe Wo od Hannah Maycock Mis Algernon Corbln wilt entertain her bridge wblnt club at. her home on ileorge wtreel thla afternoon. Two table.i will be occupied, the inoirilirrH being Mrs. Arthur fteehe, Mrn. Wil i Hani Moore, Mrs. t). A. Blakenl"", i 1 I f L 11,,., I-, ,..(.. IJ....II. I f.I I.1 W j , 'M a ,, l,,,', '- ..,, Mra. Corbln. HARTLEY'S English JAMS are made from Fresh Fruits raised on English Fruit Farms, where the cultivation of Berries and small Fruits lias become a science. There are not better because "made in England" but bette because made of tineFoiits. r PRICE LIST (1908 Pack) In pound .Stone Crocks Faoh Oosn Strawberry .... $ .25 $2.70 ' GingerConserve . . .25 2.70 Raspberry 25 2.70 Black Currant . . . .2.1 2.5" Red Gooseberry . . .22 2.40 Rhubarb 22 2.40 Apricot 22 2.40 Red Currant 2.1 2.55 Green Gage 22 2.40 Strawberry and Red Gooseberry 2.1 2.55 Damson 22 2.40 Raspberry & Currant .23 2.55 Blackberry and Apple .22 2.40 381 S-taTtS- CONCDRT WD IUX ITVIi. Mrs. Mettle Mrndley Kelley, Willis Ailing ami Miss Phillips. A rare treat Is In store for nil mush' lovers on Wednesday evenliiK of this week. Mrs Rattle liradlcy Kelley of New York city will slur?. Mrs. Kelley Is acknowledged In musical circles a an artist of rare ability. Mr. Willis Alllnpr, who Is making a rjntlonal repu tatl n as an organist and Is at pr sent organist of St. Mark's church, New Hi-lec-as a York city, w lions. Miss render several Phillips' -ability reader is well known in New Haven and she needs only to be announced to draw hii audience nf admirers. The price of admission Is plnced exceeding ly low. fieneral ndmlsslon 25 cents. A few of the best sittings In the church have been reserved so that those desir ing can procure reserved seats of Mr. F. M. Crawford for 2' cents extra. The proceeds will all go toward the expense Incurred during the past siason In decorating and repairing the Kast pearl street church. ItROKF. I.F.fJ AT RRITtGI',. While working on the Fair street bridge yesterday Herbert Unthorn. single, twenty-one years of age, read ing at lUfl Orange streei.j was Injure. I by a falling plank. He was taken to the New Haven hospital In the police ambulance, where It was found he had a fracture of the left leg. OFOTBALLS and FOOTBALL MEN for DINNERS and LUNCHEONS. Done cleverly in appetiz ing colors and made of our DELICIOUS ICES and ICE CREAMS ORDER EARLY - there'll be a rush for thorn. CALL 774. THE HARRIS HART CO. FRED0!IIA BEAUTY BRAND" re puckcil exprcsslv for mm, and we li-siiro you lluil they lire the lines.) goods. This Is our fifth season In handbill; Mils brand. If you have been dissiillslicil wllli Mini- brand of Ins) seiisnir, hi' us u trial. Vow's a frond (lure In put In your winter .supply. We I'll it v a complete line. Prices on ap plication. WE ARE ELECTED To hlip)ly Itcpiilillcnus, Honiocnifs, Prnlilbllloiilsls. Socliillsts anil nil olln-r pnlriols ullli fruits for nil liidclinllc pcrloil. We have dciiiiuisli-rilcd our Illness for (be position, niul our sup nort lll be solid. J B. JUD50N, 856 CHAPEL ST. The Mirror I'ruil Merc, ?Sya"Hiii, mmmmrmarrit i Caned Vegetables i Fresh Strictly Litchfield boring towns in its vicinity at 48 cents per dozen. NEW HONEY. Finest new honey in combs at 20 cents per pound. The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 CHAPEL STREET. PRIME POULTRY WE HAVE very nice Young Turkeys, Roasting Chickens, Duck lings, Young, Tender Fowl. Sold full dressed, and the prices are not high. NEW COMB HONEY We have White Clover at 20c per comb and Buckwheat at 17c per comb. This is a ow price for new honey. You will pay more later. FLORIDA ORANGES First of the season. They cut very good 30 and 35c per dozen. GRAPE FRUIT Big bargain in Florida Grape Fruit, large and full of juice, at 5c each, 55c per dozen. DIAMOND CRYSTAL SALT A cooking salt said to be better than the best. Genuine Cut Glass Salt Shaker free with this salt. D. M. Welch & Son. FA IK ITAVEN. NEW Tupsdny, Xov. 17, 'OB. RABBITS VENISON--fnTdbsOPS MALLARD DUCKS. L. C. PFAFF 6 SON, The Best Meats i 7-f Church Street. Fresh Shoulder Pork, pound 9o Smoked Shoulders, pound ' 9c Lamb Chops, pound ; .12c Pork Chops, pound. 12c Spcrry & Barnes Sausage, pound 10c Sweet Oranges, dozen , -1 7c Grape Fruit, each 4o SCHOENBERGER'S 12 STORES. nw jams. We have jiisl received n litrge. consignment of Jams In onfi-pound glass jHrs. Kvrry Innredlenl prlnled on tin label. You know Jnst whal you are buying. Our price J5o Ppr Jnr' THE F. .1. MARKLE CO., MAIN STORESi 062 Chapel Street. 103-105 Broadway. HHAXC'HES: 175 Dixwell Avenue. 643 Dixwell Avenue. 540 CoTigrPsa Avenue. State Street, corner Olive. 275 Edge wood Avenue. We point vttlh pride. Io our line of niciils of nil desirable kinds. Whatever yon like In Hut meat line we have, ami It's sweet, ten der anil Juicy. We are licml(iiai'(ers for strict ly fresh rowu vcKclahU'S and fruits I'lylil Ihroiifrlt Die year. Always there, may he found in our slore, the llrrest Ri'oceries at the most inodcralc prices, l-'lrst of all. you wan) Io lie sure f I in I cverylliim; i- pure; then that It Is absolutely clean mid sold In a cleanly appcllliiK' way. All these Ihiiias are assured when you buy tin-in lure. TheR. H. Nesbit Go. ( 1 1 ii fell and l-iliii hli-eets. BRANCH STORE, 7ri I'Jdowood Avenue. Country Eggs fresh Eggs from County and neigh HA VEX. WEST HAVEJI. M'",''l'i4'lll Trlrrmone 1046. 4-M--MM-4 BAKING RAISINS, CITRON, CURRANTS. Haldi.p Kalslns, Heeded 'and Cleaned MiiKciitels. These rHifilnn deserve sp oi ii 1 cmiHlderal Ion from wlde-a.waka liutisewlves. Box, 1 lb, 15o 5 lbs, 70o Not-a-Seed California Sultana Ralsltm leats an well an for iv inking. Box, 1 lb, 15o Citron and Peel. Gilbert's peleelpd place Citron and Peel are so much superior In quality, apfieiii-ancM and flavor to the nrdlnnry kinds that many purchase and use them lis a ennfeetlcin. Glace Citron, 25c lb Glace Orange and Lemon Peel, 25c lb Currants. Gilbert.' peifertly rlnn Currnnll nee nf extra quality and have been Klenniieil and cleaned, and are ready for iif.fi without further preparation. Box, 1 lb, 16a John Cm$wx sson, Ii-'