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THE MORNING .TOUBNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1908.
9 1' KKnL.Kl!il.'Oi ;!t!!:!i::!it itst m& :eflsfopn leftflsoipn SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW STENCILING Is rapidly becoming popular but-It has been difficult to obtain the designs and cut stencils. As usual our Art Department leads with the first complete stock shown In this vicinity. We have on hand Cut Stencils In great variety. Stencil Board for cutting, Stencil Stamping Patterns and alsothedeslgns on the Stencil Board ready to cut. Stencil Brushes, Indelible Medium, and everything needed for this fascinating work. Free Infor mation Concerning the manner of using stencils on work to anyone Interested.. All that's new at our famous Art Department. Real Laces Reduced 1-3 to 1-2 Below Regular Prices The sale of Laces, Embroideries and Dress Trimmings has attracted widespread attention. Dressmakers and those who do their own sewing as well as our regular customers have taken advantage of the reduced prices and purchased freely for present and future needs. Reductions from 1-4 to 1-2 below regular prices. Monday we shall Include In the sale all our Real Laces at the following prices: One piece of Real Du chess Lace, 9 inches wide, a most desirable piece for a bridal gown or evening dress, value 25.00 a yard, sale price 1 2.50. Real Princess Cluny Combination Laces, 8 inches wide, value 15.00 a yard, sale price 7.50. Real Hohiton Applique Lace, cream, 12 inches wide, value 1 2.00 a yard, sale price 7.50. Cluny Medallions and Festoons, in various styles and sizes, values 35c to LOO each, sale prices 21c to 59c. Real Val. Laces in edges and insertions, 1-2. to 1 inch wide, val ues 50c to 1.25 a yard, sale prices 39g to 69c. Irish Crochet Laces in Edges and Insertions, values 39c to 4.50. Princess and Vonise Galoon. very fine hand made, values 3.50 a yd., sale price 1.98. Princess Lace Inser tion, 3 inches wide, val ue 4.50a yard, sale price 3.00. Point Gaze Lierro and Vonise Laces In edges and galoon, values 3.50 to 4.50, sale price 2.25 to 3.00. Silk Cluny Insertions, 2 to 5 inches wide, val ues 50c to 1.50 a yard, sale prices 39c to 75c. Real Duchess Lace Collars. 4.50, 6.50 and 7.50, sale prices 3.00, 4.25 and 5.00. I NOT TOO SOON FOR CHRIS1MAS BUYING. I H'KS. ii:'us h U'M noons, SIX.AK (ASUS (Inilher and metal). Hl'MinOKS, SK(J.H KTTi: nntl MC.Ul HOI.DKKS, PIPE It AUK, PIPKS In CASKS, PIPE-HACKS. J.US, TORYC CO In INDIAN WAKE nil art' here, ready for your selection. You can make your purchases of SoRftM by Hip box (wholesale, priced) NOW n'ul w wl" R,0(, them for you In our lilgr Humi dor, where they will ripen against the day yon want them for (tlft. Mnke up your list anil we will look nfter detail for you. SEGARSTOWSh Mattoon'. Cernr. 80S ('Impel St., cor. OrniiRe. 83 42 I In ft. Merunrd's cemetery. Fntlier Co.il.. rrad the cnniintttnl wrvlr. Tlif" futinal w.is IiivrHv atfendnd. The nr- i rnnftement!! were carried out by M. F. 1 W.-ilker. Flln .1. IourIi. Kiln ,1. dough, widow of tit lat (S'-orge rimiuli, riled at lier rfsl'I'Mi , H Unhurt strrpt. Phe was flxty fmiv yer.rs of tine The funeral will dike plnrp from her liitp rpRtdpnee thin after noon at 2:"H o'clock, . Marjsaref IjPvH, ; The death occurred yesterday at lief I rewidencp, 7." Third street, of Miirijarft j Hope, if (if Havld !wln, In the 1 seventy -second year of lier nee. . Th j arrimifimenta for tb funeral tune not j yet i''en completed, 1 HrldRet MeVllln. Funeral servlcps for the qte FtrMct A Twby MeAlllo. who illml In (Jprlnij. Hli, Ma, Patorday. 1l he held from the resldene of her sltT, M J Wish street. In mnrrmr moroliiB. a1 j l;nn n'cloek. to lie frillmved bv a polemii ! r pilem h'lth ninif at St. Joseph's hnrclt at I o'clock. The eip"ne Inelilenl to fiineriil wr- Ire I mniiT tlnim n lienvgr liiirilrn, r etirrlim n It oflrii it"M iineipeetedly nntl nrtrr ln perl.tib. of 1Hnee, It ti oil rt.lre in be knonn cnnoliWnie In nr elinrae, on il mtteeliill) thought, fill ef the innnT mm nn.l re).n n I h I It. t.' nhleh imml neerenrll j- nitin tin nneli orrnnlonK. lilMHtM IUVfH, inn Chupel , ammmammmmmmmmmm DEATHS. i Proclamation Fresh Poultry, Vegetables and Fruit. Whereas: There has been appoint ed, for all good men, a day of general Thanksfjving : and Whereas: All people have Rome cause to take advantage of this day, to its true intent and purpose: and Whereas: All people cannot hut ' feel doubly complacent and thankful after havinn indulged in a Thanksgiving dinner of noble quality Wte Therefore: Append hereto a list of materials from which may be chosen such a dinner as will bring a delicious glow to the being, and a noble uplift to the spirit PLUM PUDDING FRANCO-AMERICAN Indlvldiml $ .in One pound 30 Ivio pound 511 Three pound 70 Ciuurd Saner, tins I S MRS. K. N. HARDCASTl.F.'S Maryland In I, 2 nd 3 pound tins, per In J .Mi SAINT IVANS, imported (F'.nRlish) In (.hint hnwht'nne pound' 4S MINCE MEAT P.ach Dozen T.V.F.", qtinrts, jdnss, $1.00 $1 1.00 Oneida Community 60 ti.50 Hints for the Menu Virginia Hams Cobnuts and Oreen VC'alnnfs GofRnuoU imJ Kar le-dtic Stullcd Raisins Chestnuts for Turkey Stuffing French Peas Carrots, Haricots Hittssels Spinuts Salted NhM : Casliews, Jordan AlmonJs and Pecans Soups wor'hy of the Feast: Strained Okra Clear Oxtail Clear Green Turtle Itus'liin Fi'jrp) C.lm,'olie and Hon Ron? Tini'flnen Idiho Arp'e llorlila Plnenrpl" California .Vedle I onom Specials for Thanksgiving week Motow n re. Old lashioned whole Turkish Figs,' natural"' 3's lbs, net in a cox . , ; & j ! MM,;' : ! iVf 'a"t 5o 1 1 Turkeys Ducks Roast Chickens Broilers Squabs Capons These are some'good things one would like to know of and where they may be purchased at this particular season. Asparagus Mint Cucumbers Egg Plant Cauliflower Salsify And these, too, will be very choice to some for a vegetable course. Grape Fruit Oregon Apples Persimmons Grapes Red Bananas Oranges And these, too will make a fine addition to your menu. The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 CHAPEL STREET. FRESH KILLED POULTRY Fine Young Turkeys 26c lb Roasting and Broiling Chickens 22c lb Young, Tender Fowl 20c lb Choice Duckling .' 22c lb All sold full-dressed. Well Bleached Native Celery 15c bunch ' Our Thanksgiving Poultry will be Here Tuesday, ,the 24t! THANKSGIVING SUPPLIES (Would siissoi-t, Hint yon Imy them rarly.) Mixed Nuts (all new) 16c lb New Table Raisins, one-pound clusters 20o , New Layer Figs 20c lb Broken Candy 10 lb Malaga Grapes :12c lb RICF. POPFING CORN (on the ear) . .60 lb FLORIDA ORANGES . nn ns Jfjn They cut sweet and are lower in price, viz., 20, 2 5 and 300 dozen. 'Grape Fruit, large and juicy, 5o each, 55c dozen. At the price they are a bargain. D. M. Welch & Son. t Monday. N"v. 2K, 'OS, MRS. MORRELL DEAD Celebrated Portrait Painter's Last Days Spent in Pov erty 200 Works. "Washington, Nov. 22. Jlrs. Imo gen? RoliliiBon Mnrri.-ll, fl, celebrated portrait und historical painter, dloJ early to-day In the nma.ll room of a loilRliif? house, alone and friendless, and amid miKKeKtloriH of wtiualor and diHtreHM. A half rentury n(?o she was a, student under nome of the world' masters In TOuroiie. In 1R7! tshe estah llHhed the National Aeademy of Fine Arts in this city. She 'had received Cle an House scores of medals for nntahle wort. Mrs. Morrell enjoyed the distinction of being the only woman whose fininling occupies a place In the United States capltol, she having painted the notable picture of General John A. Plx. More than 200 works of her brush were destroyed hri a disastrous fire twelve years ago. She was a native of Attleboro, Mass. . PARIS WELCOMES SWEDES. King and Queen Given Hejirty Gwl I PK liy Street. Crowds. Paris, Nov, 22. King Gustave and the queen of f-weden, who have fpent th. last week with King Edward at. Wir dsor, arrived here to-day on their first state visit. They were welcomed ut. the "KcivcrelKiis station" in the liois Vip Boulogne by J'resldent Fal lierr.F, Premier ciernencean and the other members of his cabinet. The party, escorted by Culranslres, drove the foreign otflce, where apart- to By 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, Kujii, .'rM'(s, Furniture Clentu'd Witlmul Removal. TEL. 2700. mentH had been prepared for the king and queen. They were given a hearty greeting by the crowds and later King Gustavo held a reception at. which practically all the members of the diplomatic corps we'ix present. Henry Vignaud, the first secretary of the. American embassy, represented the I'nlted States In Ambassador White's absence. This evenliiR the klnK and queen dined privately with the "president, at. Elysee paln.ee, They will leave here on Wednesday. OBITUARY NOTES Henry Thomas lHokiiiMHi. The funeral of Henry Thomas Mck Inson who was accidentally killed Wednesday morning was held from Wondbrtdgq church yesterday niornliiR. end was one of the larRem funerals that has ever taken place In Wood- bridge. The Kcv. Frederick t. Parsons officiated and Charles V). Walker pre sided at the orgnn. The vocal iil ca were beautifully rendered by Miss Ulele arid Miss Ruslinell. assisted by the reg ular male quartet of the church. The bearers were: Clarence Newton, Her bert Doolittle, fherwood Doollttle, John J. Shepard, Klbert Downs and William Tomllnson. The ushers, Henry E. Baldwin, John T. Tutile, Hirliert II. Tomlinson, Erroll l1. Aav;ur, Klnr r E. Little. The floral plot eg were numerous nnfl beautiful, the arrangements of which at the church were In the hands of Frank W. Pniitli, assisted by Mrs. Henry Baldwin and Mrs. Erroll AuRiir. Besides many lovely plec K from the family and other relatives and friends there were tokens of esteem from the Sunday school of the Woodbrldge church who sent one large spray of Eafiter lilies; Sunday school class and teacher, one spray pink and white roses; Christ Inn Endeavor society, Hpray of chrysanthemums; Milkmen's Exchange, one larxe wreath; the Grange, one crescent;, Leon W. Pwlft I and his employes, a large wreath. There was over 170 single teams In line besides many private backs find earring s. The interment, was In East side cemetery. The arnniKeineiits were carried through by Messrs. Heecher and Bennett of New Haven. .fob. I .1. Kelly. The funeral of John J. Kelly, who was suffocated In the cave-In in Alllng town Wednesday afternoon, was held yesterday afternoon at St. John's church. Services were conducted by the Bev. Father Coyle, .Miss Mary Mahoney rendered "Beaul ll'ul Land on High." At the recessional the choir sang "N'nrer My (lor! to Thee." The bearers were Robert Rellly, ivter Faulkner, Charles Newman, George Reynolds, Patrick Connelly, Michael Hums. The flower bearers were .Michael I, en and iMIchnel tMe Mitra, 'J'lie Interment wurj In the family plot. I'l.orOH In this rtty, November 2J, PUIS. EVx ,t. ClotiRh. blow of (.lent SO ('lough Ageil (14 venrs Funeral sr lees will be held nl No 4'1 Hoburt utreet, on Mondny nftei nonn ut Imlf past 2 o'clock FilenoN me tnvlleil to attend It GlUF T.IN In this city, Nm ember 21 tiles, l.un.i C.. widow of Horace Grit tin. Hi tile Siith year of her nK. Funeini srtvli-en will be held at her lute r. slcb nee. No SS Wlinlley avenue, on Motulny nftornnen nt lialf-nnKt two o'eloi k Friend!) are Invlteii tn at tend. n23 It 1IOTCIIK1SS -Pii.ldenlv In tills city, November 2". lflOS, Mniv K loollt tie. wife of Mason II. Ilotcliklxs, 111 the HMIi year of her nge. Funeral service w!1 lie held at her late residence, No. 1 329 lioulevurd, on Mombiv afternoon nt half past two o'clock Friends are Invited to at tend. . n23 It 1 A1SFK Suddenly, In this city, No vember 21, l!0S, Matilda Hoerr. wtf- of August C. Kaiser, In lier 4iili ear. Funeral services nt her home, 1 .r r Maiifllebl street. Tuesday morning nt 10:3(1 o'clock. Interment In llnrtford, Conn. Hartford papers please copy. n23 It LEWIS In this city, November 22. HUH, .Margaret Hope, wife of I'nvld lewl, tigeil 72 years; nt her late residence, To Third street. Notice of time of funeral in evening papers. n23 H M'AU.IN-Tn Springfield, Mass., No vember 21, Bridget A. Twohy McAl Pn. Funeral from tlie residence of her sis ter. Miss Nellie O. Twohv, ti'! Nash strtet, Tuesday morning, nt !t:.10. So ien.n requiem high nin ss at St. Jo seph's church at PI o'clock, n23 It MIX In this city, November 21. 1908, Henry T Mix, aged 73 years. Funeral services at his home, 5M How ard avenue, Tuesday afternoon at. Iinlf-past two o'clock. Friends are Invited to attend. n23 It Vlnrlda (hape Fiuit, fair size and extra p.nnd quality. 7 for $1.00 Imported Malaga Itaisint, one pound cai ions 2,J centl . Florida Oranues, not' extra large, but 'ine Doren, 38 cents PHST V ALU US in Dinner Wines Santcrne, rj,. ytt V'in de P.arsar, $ .viu Claret Clint. HatiteBarde, .90 1 Burgundy J i fiiiniin ii, l ,cu Moselle Josephshofer, 1,20 Champagnes Ruinarl,RruU 2.70 I'nl Hoger, 1900, 3.10 KruR, Brut, 2. 65 ueve Clifquot, 2.85 S (iy'.'iiit hut iwrfiinlt 1 WflLM' I For Thanksgiving;. We offer the finest selection of Poultry to be had in this city. TURKEYS, CHICKENS, DUCKS, GEESE, GUINEA HENS, PHILADELPHIA SQUAB. Full Line of Fresh Vegetables. Theti, H.Nesbit Go. Church ami Mm streets. BRANCH STORE, 1!75 l-'dgrwood Avenuo. THE best part of the Dinner (for Male man) comes with the Smokes. Haven box bf Hor de Cuba pcrfectos to pass around. They come La Flor de Cuba 25 in a box and cost 16 cents each, not 25 cents.' ("(MVALLtvCyO3) h irscm h w i tnt it mm h t uinc a mx There are a few Thanksgiv ing necessities, such as the tur key itself and the accompany ing fresh vegetables, that we DON'T carry. EVERYTHING else you may need for the great feast in food and drink we have provided, and can suggest perhaps many things you have never thought of. We will appreciate the EARLY placing of your order. RABBIT VENlSON-!TaElsOPS MALLARD DUCKS. . C. PFAFF 6 SON, The Best Meats 7-9 Church Street. Telenlione tOM. S C H 0 EN B E RGER S Headquarters, 86-96 George St. Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Roasting Chickens, Fowls, Suckling Pigs, i We are going to ha ve three carloads of all kinds of Poultry for Thanksgiving Trade to arrive Monday and Tuesday from Ohio and Middle States ; also some Litchfield Turkeys. We will have plenty of stock for you to select from in whatever weight you may desire. Come and see us first before buying elsewhere. JOHNfiIU)CRXSON CJ 915 J CHAPf t I.C Baldwin Apples From h .MasMicliusclls ( Hvliiiril. For a short time only, 40c per peck, 60c per peach bas ket, $3.50 per barrel, J B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. Tlio Mirror 1'1'tiil store. M Tel. 3590 mm ill 4091 Slate St. v NICE MILK FED CHICKENS 3, 4, 5, and 6 pounds yotlhrta; nicer tn this line fancy stock, very tender and very nlcp. They nre "trade makers." Try nnn and wei will probably have a Mainline order from you. .We have a fresh shipment every week. Tea24c Coffee 18c Regular Stand, 60c Regular Stand. 35c Satisfaction Guaranteed. Direct Importing Co., 71 ORANGE ST. Mi'H'h (iitIvimI I 1 1 ! I i M ll.'ll I'.-IKll'IIM.I In 1110 .,ni. 1111 MlV'Uil II . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . .- -1 I .-I II II.'. Inlh'h III, In Iff; li. t'liw:l' I, ninh !'.;IMl II i u 1 1 1 1 v i I'lllMV, villi :i I,. Mii'I'.i hi- n II" Hlf. s 1 1 r 1 1 1 ; i i m lir IIK'lll II 111. 'I'll! if pnri' hi In Hi. II Ix h li'f'll'l h' lini.'i'i. .ild. whl w.'il ri.''n :i nn n:i.ii. mi I i mi. 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