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NOVEMBER 24, J 90S. RENEW INTEREST IN CONN. INDIAN BIMHHMHMMMHHISMSIMM8III55! K3 R 5S 2! O H IJ M E!! tototo UMto Utoto 131313 if n to to to 5?Bsr-MALLEY(o. n UW.M All t The Mrfrnnntitnn SfnrA T,- f-. . JT t , , of Net Haven. ESTM ALLtTHS1 we r f00 Thanksgiving Week Specials. A Household Range, the "Built-to-Bake" kind, No. 8 18, with cabinet base and ele vated shelf, set up with pipe and zinc free, $29.00. NEWS OF THE COURTS Deputy Game Warden Vollmer Held for Shooting of Dom inic Pasquale. CARROLL TRIAL POSTPONED '"11 came up. but lb'' t in ii.-.l until o i ml), r ;if con- I'm . Idcnee, Th" rvi'l-rn-i' ; ; i i 1 1 f !lm-e charucd with violation of Hi,, corrupt practice a 't will bp con ml, r, d hy I, j;al espcrls M-nichi. i I.. 1""N I'lirn i.sii.-.i 'Host lit- it, Object of Meeting Held in the Church of the Redeemer by Association Formed for That Purpose. FLANS FOR RED MEN'S WEAL Hospital nwl Medical Workers for Onwlm Tlrsrnntlon l'nntl Set A.:,iile by I'ulteil Slates (in eminent. I'i lMiloiioo l'rluK 'oiishlcrctl J!ursiltir,' (use S:it unlay l'ays Pi IV Si' I'lll'CS. l'eputy Until" Vollni'T. eh:irpo. Ink- Pas'iuale in over to tlir sup War, I ni C'latif.s A. With :hftitlR M. nu ll. limbm was hound -rior i nun fur trial Mml l.nls of Irfiot, The hurnlnrs who entered ,I,ihn K. i-'-i tt's slot',, iiail pn. knl up n lot of t on Sunday nieht, ns Was dl.'SCilVcr- -.-t flay. John II. .Inllllsoll of iIp job, were ed by tii,. proprietor St-rn a mi . William II New Vi.t'k, at rest. fr lv 1,1 for trial Saturday nil.':. Tin y ;iri. su ih i 1. till r rilc.s. I ! i !!. t to !.. 1 1 II i 1- J.'.i'iu In i il of liiiislarii s in without havinr; a pta liminary luariii.-; in the city court. He is un.b r .f.'l.iiou bonds. A box seat polished golden'. oak Dining Chair, per set of six, $14.50. Cnniill Case ('onliiiito'l. There was not any cm,- for i t " mont In city court ,v.terl:ty, hut aldermen were p-.v.-;. ui t., fum,. s'ltni. when the trial oi Ant mnr Car LYSJIA C. PINKHABrS. I 'II. IS Hoy' I'll rc. Clarence Illnl-., ?!.,. heard flip story of ill- t lirip fambrblKp scan dhoys, 1'tVil Joins, UrOIKP Mcpon.-ibl and II, nry O'Connor, in city o'urt. ami pat. I their far,, back to Uoslon. Th' v 1) nl be n nil , st,, I for evasion f fare whi n t'lov .amp hep- to tlio H.ir van I ki'Hp, Injunction on ni ht, Hy an i nt 1 1 n 'ion, i;,.otn,. K'-Ut I? fni luibb ii to t,,. l.iun. li iiplotmintr lb" .1. I'fp,. istat- of Stony ('reck. Hp whs to jmp jso. it i,.r si :;(; nnuipy uh. u tb" in.liim linn in Jii'Iup Simp.oTi stoppp.i it, Brown & Durham Complete House Furnishers. Orange and Center Sts. VEGETABLE GOSSPfiilND Ml y I II l( 11 (Off -ff 1 7 x ' (. v: 1, Th" . M l in. I In , timri, ,. t ioss llsintt'. " of Mai'.v Anna Crop as main $n,S(iO.M wp in- Slandcr Suit Verdict, ; if pbai'i" Koii'..,.cji venn 3n nnl..i sliiiiil. r .iiilt nualnt .To.. ph mvfikv be .Iu.Ikp Slnip.on in f i i ' m ni en pi, ir. in !i Hi" Ma'tr the ( , 1 1 1 f I BUIKF MKNTION. IHili v. it, r to , lay at J1.M M. b.illib rs ol I be tot eibi tn.;i ; Clif-.ef, VOi s !'';' 'ill LYDIA E. PINKHAM No other mfdirine for Womin's ills in the world hn. rcc ived such tride-sprpad and fiqiitiiilWl en dorsement as lias l.vdic I".. Fink- j ham's getable Coinpotind, made from nntivp. roots and herbs. No other medicine hnp surh n record of success for wnmnvV diji. eases, or such hosts of k'u'efu friends ns has Lvdia E. T'inkhfim's Vegetable Compound. For more than M years it hn sheen j y,1'1 Llllj Plilll'lfll.l M ill' '! I'O II looni'v. tll 1 ,fi,- rl(mn n,t ! AtlolMPys lill, lun, ii , ii.i n 1 1 1 in en 'i i, i i' i in i, .mil i tl. ( "hat 11. Ill left ve-.lpi-itii.- -.ftp.-. n ".ii for I', nil. Me, to niton,) the laid, llilig of (lie taieest ;, ,,,i,,., 1. I'll Mr. ch itO..il'.s son, Mutfell, who l one ,,f ; iliiinthMirieii n a ileparlinen, of the r.itli Iron .., ),as heen if.. I eeie,l to make ,li ,ii iiica for im Import -ant ami . -i npli. ale, p.i , of n,,. ,m. j d uel y (, r IV O to ,e,lo pnal? hle'u v ill i ,, l $i;,l,l,nfii. rn Ii uml -j he the Path Iron Works The Connecticut Tiiillan assoclntlnn held its annual meeting j eatefday aft ernoon in the chapel of the Church of th" nedeemer. The reports from the secretary and treasurer were re ceived, Two hundred dollars nan been ,aent to the state treasurer fur the general work of the association the past year, but a plan of definite work was presented In a letter from Mrs. Sara I.'). Kinney, the state pres ident, which the association proposes to undertake In the future, and hopes thereby to add to Its Interest and membership. This plan Is to send a medical worker to the t'ma'.ia reser vation In Xehraska. to build a hospital especially fitted to deal with the dread disease, tuberculosis, and s,i to heal the diseases of both body and mind In the dmahn Indians. The govern ment has set a. lde ten acres of land for till purpose and the nssoclntlon hopes to lie-in t.ie work soon. Ah nit $l.."i"i1 Is on hand, but SS.not) Is needed. By nature the Indians are a Millet, tractable people and oatjor t i learn, but because the mission .-.hoos were abandoned and no relig ions instruction U Riven In the gov ernment, schools, a community of atheists Is developing, old time pagan custom are being revived and added ( to these Is the curse of drink. Here j Is a Held as needy as any foreign field i for good Christian work. I The committee was unite fortunate , to scVtiro a speaker for the meeting. I Airs. Albei t K. I'age, who has very la eently visited this resen iitlon; her j brother. Walter llae. being employed , by' the r.efornii d church to minister! to the Winitebngos in the rcservntl-ui adjoining. She spoke of the definite ( need of these people, of the Influence I of the medicine men, of the worship of mescal and In general, of the ,jfli- j cnltte.s of the work. Mescal Is an In- t toxic, iting drink made from the flaw- ; or of the cnetns. which Is similar In ; Its pfYeet (n opium. The Indians gath- 'r the blossoms and steeping them In j water dilnk th" ten, which makes, .them unaccountable. I'tbers c'aew i the raw blo.isotn or bean, which Is the t fruit. The curious fact about this; worship l-i that the believers In Hi putter count themselves Christinas, accept ijol and Christ and claim taal np seal Is th" holy spirit, the com- forter uhhh they must reiel'.e Into their bodies in order to hi sanctified, lieeiiuse of this belief it. Is n very dlf- j llcnlt evil tn eradicate. In many re- speefs thes,. tmlitins nr reliable, de- j vont Christians. Mrs. Tage gave a i v ry gtaiililc account of ih" conver- ' sion of Henry cloud, a Winnebago In- ' dlan. and a student In Vale university, i who Is at present ,m a. leave nf ab- sem e as Interpreter for the worker ' among bis people. He has ennsecrat e. his llfp to the task of lifting them out of the misery and unbelief In I which they are now living. ! Mr?. Page also gave a most chann -Ing Illustration of the sign language i which is nnlversalU understood hy nil trili. .5 of Indalns wherever t ie buffalo I teamed, Sae repented a speech which i ibe heard from up old Indian, and as sh- mi. hl sMt'i' she accompanied 1 It with the signs male mostly by' arms and cands This language was ib s, i ie d In a book years ago. a llm ii , number of copies of which were !'-"oe,l under the direction of I general !'h. t'tnan, who wished his soldiers to be built I i" alii" to ' keep tali' op the Inter oniranv ! I'"' ,r,rs n n n n to n n is n n n n Thanksgiving Week Down. Stairs! Special Prices " Rule the Roost " In the Basement. NO lady in the whole land prides herself more deservedly on the perfect cook ing and serving of a real old-fashioned " Thanksgiving Dinner" than your Connecticut housewife of experience. It is the business just now of this bustling basement of housekeepings and has been its business for many Thanks givings to fully provide her with every requisite for cooking the meal easiest, most conveniently, serving it daintily and setting off the "festive board" to the very best possible advantage. So from now 'till Wednesday at store closing you'll find these special prices governing many of the timeliest needs of the day. n n si n n n n Game Sets. Very daintily decorated Fine China Game Sets in a series of ap propriate designs. $2.25 to $25. a set. Food Chopper Universal Food Choppers, chops all kinds of meats, vegetables, fruits; no need of chop ping bowls. At 89c and up. Rogers' Silver Plated Ware. You can always depend on the silverware you buy here and we carry exclusive patterns. Wm. Rogers', of Meridcn, 12 dwr., Medium Knives and Forks, six of each in a box, $2.50. 5 K Dinner Sets. China Din ner Sets,choice of several patterns ; 100 pieces, hand somely decorated, new shape. Un usual values now at $14.08. Cut Glass. Cut Glass Tum blers, a neat cut ting. As a special while they last, at 19c each: P. m. M n n H n n H H m n n n u H a n n H n n n H n n H to to n to to to to to to Silver Plated Raking Dishes. A variety of Silver Plated Baking Dishes, heavily silver plated on white metal ; some ex clusive and elaborate designs. From $3.98 to $10.00. n u n n H H n n 0 H M H n to H to to to to to to to n n n n n u n to to g to ThanksjivinjJ Carvers $1.65 to $10.00 set. A splendid assortment which cov ers many handsome exclusive r1" terns with genuine Stnc handles and silver mountings. The finer pieces neatly boxed. All the best American steel blades. Turkey Platters At $2.50 each. Very choice "Cattldon" China Turkey Platters, 22-inch size, Yc Old Colonial shape, with Canton blue decoration. Only a few and rare values at $2.50 each. The king pin of Roasters that will cook the king of birds to a turn' without an atom of trouble to the husyThankgiving house wife. Ever tried a "Savory"? Come and let's show you. At Sfie each. tmjy ii ii ii i twtr i in S .... Thanksgiving Tahlc Glasses. Everything from the most ordinary Table Tumbler to the hand somest Champagnes, Clarets, Sherries, Etc. The approved pat terns by the best makers at the lowest prices that reliable quality can be figured down to. Tea Kettles 79c. All seamless cpper nickel plated Tea Kettle, our regu lar $1.25 size. At 7fc. Trays 9c each. Round Nickle Plated Serv ing Trays. Value 1 5nc. Stransky Ware. Four coated best Enamel Ware made. We stand right nehind it. Tuesday Special. Stransky steel enamel ware four coated, turquoise blue outside, white china lined Geneva Sauce Pan with en ameled cover. Regular 7cc. Special at 39c each. Silver Plated Tea Sets . $5.65 to $25.00. Quadruple Silver plated Te Sets, new shape, nil high ernde goods, from $5.65 to $25.00. Chafing Dishes $2.25 to $15.00 Mttny new patterns for the seas- on, frorp $2.25 to $15.00. Thanksgiving Dinner Sets 100 pieces, neat flortl and scroll pntterns, at $K.25 a set. 1 12 pieces, Porcelain, rich rose decoration with gold line, $12.00. Open Stock Open stock Dinner Ware, in American, English, Carlshsd, German and French China. Many exclusive shapes and patterns. Buy what you wsnt now. Add or replace any time. Coffee Percolators $1.98 up All the best Coffee Percolators, the " Universal ", the "Meteor", the " Herman " and " Ideal." An " Ideal $1.98 up. Percolator, from Roasting Pans 10c Sheet Iron Turkey Pans, Sale Price 10c each. n to t to to n n to to n to to to to n n to n n to n n to u Si H to n to to n u n The V Fj-MALLEY(2- The Metropolitan Store, of New Haven. E&-M ALLEYS znuMtounnimuto toi&mnnuntotontoto u to to to rc ,'isi", latlon has nnt received . . , sin It an inspiration In some time as IJoliin it. Woodruff is in nivtn i from t ils brave, en meat woman who n a the conference hi, h slatted ! ''ill il ciu-lii i ears age had no Interest a ' t'-u.l ii yf ;-ti i.'la v of the x,.,.- .;nc).,.) govetn ori ami delegates namer hy them on the im mi -1 r at ion of veomies (,'o-. ! r.n.lt -1 1 IT V ill letlll'O lonioirow. fltllef delegates at the cotifeienie ,,,-ri John M. Cramp!.. n, slate (lih ami g.nne c, tn i n., i-i. i n.-i-; ,ohn H Chn' e of the stale iiliell fishery i , 1 1 1 n i j i .1 1 ; I 'on- small X. m, Slale Sp' ' r , ta,,t ,lohn ij. t ester ii .1 in F, Ha i es ill H Kiissell and consequent- Spina weakness. i , i , V ., 1 ' ami Arlne nte deleg.it, s In the Inter- It has relieved more rfirses of Baek-1 s of unif-rmiiy of icgi iaii.-n, ache and Loi-a! AV'eaknesses than j snv other one nimerlv. It dissolves 'A Tb.inkechinc festival win be given end e.xpfils tumor in an early stage of development,. 93Re hempon ohop Decorators & Furnisher If you have a room to treat, send us your plans, descrip tions of what you have, what you desire to do, what you wish to expend, the fashion & size of your room, wood-work finish, etc., & we shall be glad to submit samples & special schemes for your approval. he the Vmme, Ladies' de J of St. John's Fi. 0- i Imivh at the s,-bo,. hall tills cvenlntr There will be vocal and Irreg'iiln.riticfi and poriorlic pniiis, j itistriinieritai s-ins ami a minimi chorus The :, llamy dam e by K. Veins; ladles will be a special feature. Ham iiu,' wl'l follow the entertainment. Weakness of ihe Stomach, Indiges tion, Bloating, ervous l'roslration, Headache, General Dehilil y, quickly yield to it; itlwo el era n perl orpins, causing pant, dnigging sensations fl,nd hftekae.ho. 1'ndei nil cireiim stanees it acts in harmony with lhe female system. It removes that wearing feeling, extreme lassitude, " don't cure "avid " want - to - lie - left - aloiip " feeling, excitability, irntabilit,v,i)erviii!sness, dizziness, iaintness, sleeplessness. flatulflncy,melancbolyorthe"Vilucs." These are indications of Feminine disorders, which this medicine over comes as well as slight derangement of the Kidneys of cither sex. Women who are sick and. want to got 'well should refuse to accent any substitute for Lyrtia E. I'iiikham'u Vegetable C'oninuiuid. In the work for Indians Her Inter est In the football name was the rea son that the tiss'iclatlon had the plena, me .and profit of hem-inn her nt this time. The o(TI. ers elected hy the associa tion ipfe: rresldent, Mrs. Henry l!oi;ei;.; secretary, Miss Hose MtillK'T; ti i asai-er, Minn Anna llradley, WttMU JIi nCOl I I HIMiS, 1,1 Moinsiin's Snle of Idler. I'nibrolil ci lof. mill Ttross Tl'linniliis. It does not peeni possible that any woman can afford to nllow this Ki'fat iicnt to puss without talilns; .advant aco of the bargains. The chaiaeter of the offerlncs and the Itnportan ".Mi 7- . Ppt-flo'ial Attenl'oti io All Tastea. Chapel fc?t over riKlpa' IJtudiu, St. ( fcill-t 2Mb anniversary celebra tion will close on Thursday evcnlm? ".ilh a banquet nnd ball In liennanla halt. I.ovins ct:is were presented to the St. Cecelia siiiKll'R so-lcly on Sun day ecrnliu: by the '',-u I on la Maenner Clmf, the llariiBaii Sinrriiu; society ami by the Arbeitfi' .Maenner-Chor. The 1 1 "ftlltl US-Socliltes SinRlllc society lfe. smted a silver wreath III a frame. Micn ni; norn cir(.i,i. The 'paid demnlislrtitioti lecture" to be (then by Miss Ivlltb M. I'lames ill file Matlcy lllmlel Kitchen will be at o o'clncli on Tms''ay rmirtiin pla-'e of lhe afternoon as previously aiim-niii'i'd. The subject v.-lll be "Some Simple Itefri shmcnl for In formal ' iccasloits." riru. ft for Iafants and Children. His Kind Yea Ksvq Always BsBjiii riodrs 'ho yrTsr" Elanatwe of UuzJZUU of the p cut are etn- pha.'i.ed by the fit f t that th" entire counter space of the umbrella depart ment, a portion of lhe kIuvo and wash poods counters have been allotted for the proper display of .the extensive variety of laces, embroideries nnd dress IrlmmlnKS, which arc Included In the sale, There are Valenciennes laces In (decs and Insertions for Irlmmlns waists, rlresses, children's Karments, underwear, handkerchiefs nnd Christ mas fancy work; lace nets nnd fill- iivifS, tucker inoiisllne de sob chiffon and tucked nets for waists, shoves, yokes and trimming. Also (xiiulslle handmade laces mid beautl- ln 1 ful Imitations of Irish crochet, Venice, Pluucn and Sa. Call laces In nllovers, hands crlK".'--, Balloons, festoons anil sopura bin motifs. In dress trlmmiiisS there nre Dres den bands, Persian hands, fancy vest In ks, plain and fancy bands and Hiiltnps for even'lni; kuwuh or tailored suits. Anyone looking for laces or trlm tniiiss for a new dress will have no dltlli-ulty In llndltiK somothlnn suitable a' Monson's and t In- prion will be lower than von would have to pay ilsouhcro or :il another time, rte nii inbei' W'cilne.silay Is the last day of the sale. STMMI'M V WRTtVT. Necotlnlloiiq et Consldcreil for I'lircluiso of n Site. As was stated In this p per yester day morning the plan f ir a Vale sta dium are ns 'uncertain as they were a year aem. Thai pradttte sentiment Is beinK roused Is true, but this senti ment up to the present time has taken no tatiRlblp form. The hesl the backers of the stadium plan have been aide to find as yet are: The swnmp nt Heaver Ponds, Jamej II. Webb's farm In llamden. which hs sii's there have been no negotiations over, and the (orhnm site In I ix well avenue, llairnlen. There are plenty of eve) stretches In East Haven which would be avail able, but these pieces of property are vi ry fitf to reach. Ilmi. who died a few days aeo, Since, bis arrival here he has established Chinese schools In San Francisco, I,os Angeles, Sacramento, Portland, Ore,, and New York, He. Is en his way to" Vancouver. 11. C, to be present at tho dec! lea I ion of a Chinese school on De cember 1. niiw rnMMissroM'R noitrtKn. Passports ami nrtlelnl Papers Stolen from TilniiK CIiIiir KwiiI, Chicago. Nov, 2 3.-'- Mane; Chins: KwbI, special Chinese educational cominlssloner to America, has been robbed of valuable papers, liicludtig Ills passports, at a. hotel in this city. The robbery took place while the dis tltiKulshed visitor was dining at a Chinese restaurant nearby, Mr, Kwal has been In the Cnlted States since last Anrll. ha vine been tucked ordered here by the emperor, Kwans A Reliable Remedy Ely's Cream Balm 'hi!' H . 'oi l UvLIf 11 is quickly absorbed. Gives Rollel at 0nc. It cleanses, soothes, hetvls nnd protects tlin disti,is"il nieni. lira tin riwiliin;,' from Oitlairh and drives itvvity a Cold ia tlio Hem! (piii-ldy. He. stores thi Senses of I nsto nnd Rme. Full size 50 eta., atDnuf. K'lsts or by rtmil. Iu Hiniiil form, 75 ceiils, Uy Brothers, 00 AVurren Htroet, New lork. ITS s..i Established 1882. Established 1 882. J O II N WOLF Fur GarmentsManufactured and Altered. Highest grade workmanship. Prices right. 739 CHAPEL ST. Over Hull's Drug Store. 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, Singlo, 12c to 40c per dozen. Narcissus, Double, 1 5c 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. NSW HAVEN, CONK.