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THE MOANING JOURNAL -COURIER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1903.
THESE SNAPPY NOVEMBER EVENINGS make one foci most "comfy," if one can but get home from business, throw on an old coat, discard the boots and stick! the tired feet, into an old pair of slipper?.. ' BUT how much more comfort one gats if the briar pipe (the right kind) is handy and a little good tobacco 1 COME ON IN ! The L L Stoddard Totoo Co. 940 CHAPEL STREET. MKIOS ,t CO, MKKiR ,t CO. MKH"!S . CO. Vl-il New llnvrn's l.iirgc.il, l.lntilest ami lliuuNoniost Store, I Jr Hi LADIES' FUR SETS In TCiisslttn Sable, Hudson Tiny Sahlo, Mink, Persian Iamb, Amor loan nnd Japanese Mink, nturk Lynx, Blue Lynx, nlnrnl Lynx, Bourn Marten, Snble Squirrel, Gray Squirrel, Caracul, Snble Fos, Isa bella Fox. 1 MEN'S FUR COATS. Raccoon Coats from $.'iO tn $75) YCninhat, $35; Black Russian Dog, $25: Black Japanese Gout, $17. 50. 1TII MXI'M COATS Fine Mink Blued, Eastern Mink. Japanese Mink, Muskrai, nntural and dyed; Marmot Fitch Martin, Prices $35 to $300. LADIES' FUR COATS In Alaska Seal. French Soul. Mnn. Baa Seal, Unxlaii Pnnle'i; biiick and natural bnnui, Salile. tiiuy S-;iilrnl and Marmot: In all lcn;;ths from 2M lo 52 hicho. for street and automobile purposes. FUR SUNDRIES. ITR BLOYFS utid CABS Brent variety for both men and women. ATTOMORJIiF, TtfiBFS In fur and c'lith (water-proof), in all sizes, for runabout and touring cars. FIB FOOT MUFFS Best cold wither foot comfort era for an-tomoblllsts. Prices mean nothing unless ynu see. the furs. We have I.vnx Btts from $15 to 1125. We have Mink Sets from $25 to $2.10. The above ere names of furs p lime In stork In manv cases In lnrgfr quantities than were ever before shown In Ihls eltv, The BR00KSC0LL5NS Co. 795 CHAPEL ST. MICHAEL ETZEL & SONS, Fnw mill, wood turning and band rawing. Automatic variety wood turn ing and polishing wheels, pulley poles, flag poles, fence, hitching and clothes post? and sticks, herd wood rolls, all sizes. All kinds native lumber, fire plane nnd kindling wood, 'Phone Connections. 101 Fairmont ftve. rOBITICIW FALLS TO BEAT II. New York, Nov. 23 --J.-inra .1. puf fy, a wrecking contractor, president of the Seventh Assembly Blstrlct no publican club, nnd for twenty years one of the most prominent politicians of the Chelsea district, was killed this morning by a fall through an elevator shaft from the 'fifth to the ground floor In his own Stable and warehouse, at 53? West Twenty-fourth street. He wa.s forty-seven years old. K IF YOU NEED MONEY HHfc em The quickest and most nonvenient way Is to take sjk ' advantage of our new and Improved methods. You S1! have the use of your property as well 'ns the money. fVw Loans made on nousenoio rurntture witri'n a ramus or twenty miles of New Haven. MUTUAL LOAN & GUARANTEE CO. VZIK - . . . - .. jTtjJ J.MT7II1 U1W pnrii!iii"ii 'U'Kimij, y-V tC'fcf 'Safe,. -Phnn. 170 J8m& Ashes Removed at Short Notice. General Carting Done. THE NEW SERVICE. F. K. SWAN. Tel 800-3. 255 Orchard St r in. ounnira. Hypi'on Stables, Opposite Vanderbllt Hall. COACH, COUPE AND LIVERY SERVICE. AUTOMOBILE. ATTENTION. 1038 Chnpel Street 'Phone 1018, 1 A' 1 ' W 1 "W i if I t L W 1 wmmwmt. Thanksgiving Clothes For Men Who Want the Choicest Styles and .Fabrics in the Best Clothes Made. The way a man looks is an index to the way he feels on Thanksgiving Day. The surest way to insure your feeling thankful is to put on Meigs & Co. clothes and look the part. There is a certainty about the Style, the Fit and the Service of our Suits and Overcoats which attaches to no other clothing we know. And you do not have to limit yourself in choosing here, for we chow the greatest diversity of styles and fabrics the city affords. Prices $10 to $30. Correct evening clothes, fur and fur lined coats for autoists and football enthu siaPts, coat sweaters nnd traveling requi eites for the trip to the old home. The Zenith Shoe, the Gentleman's Shoe, $3.50 and $4.00. Mil INCORPORATED THE BIO STORK. Comfort at Night. The nif-llnnient of tbp fr'e.itret efll clency of M1YB nnd BOBY demand tl nlcl'l "f BlvM, BI J'OSF,. Tbe sleepiui; panneiit s'luuld be of such I 'AURIC and BULB lint Hie wearer In not rcnwlnits of It., yet lie could not vell do without It. P.VT-MS nnd BOi'.DS for nlirht ue. We llne ttiem In various styb-s, klnfls nnd enve(. They're MF..WT to lirlttg n nlpbt of rest. (inccnroPATErj) OPP. THE TOWN PUMP NEWS OF THE STATE Flagman Pe Arr-he Round Over to Superior Court Yegg men Also Held. HERBERT SPENCER IN TOILS morning on a charge of embezzlement and was hound over to tbe superior court under bonds of J'l.nan, So effort was made by the prisoner to secur' bell and he was tnkn to th" Hart ford Jail. The accuser was appointed to settle an estate nt Ainu-am. ;1ass , and It Is alleged that If appropriate! to his own use, funds from the cstaf amounting to between JH.onn and $i.a n. Spencer Is about twenty five years old and was married a year ago. Fatal 1 nil While Hanging ( lothes .Mrs. Mllllmn Thaw May o to Hartford. FINE t 7. HEAR DR. GRENFELL Labrador Missirinary Speaks of His Work Among Fishermen of Northeast Coast. RELIGION IS PRACTICAL f Splendid collection, small and medium size rugs. I Fine quality B.ntiques in perfect condition; also splendid examples of modern weaves. These rugs are sold with our guarantee. No chem ically washed or treated rugs in our store. It's worth while coming to us when in need of oricn- ? tal rugs. i Have Your Furniture Attended to Now 1 ? Our fabrics comprise the lurpest shown In the, mate, Our labor T charjres are moderate. Orders taken now will he delivered in time for ? the holidays. T Seeks to Ini'iilcatn hrlsl Innll y by BHiiuIikj the'. lubnhlianlA to Better Health, indow Shad Co. 75-81 Orange Street, t Foot of Center Street. Open Saturday Kvenings. EDUCATIONAL TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. RESULTS. NOT PROMISES The Butler Business School Regular Session Day and Evening. SIDNEY FERLIN BUTLER, President. Phone 3400. Y. M. C. A. Building. Elevator ATTEND THE BEST No Snii-rflultli'. Yale Business College Nrnd 'fur CntabRue. 110 Church St. Tel. I VST. BENJAMIN SCOVILLE. Inslnictnr- In ELtir i i m;, nnATonv, hhamatic ARTS AMI STAtiK IDCIMlfi :Ti;T. Room 48 Insurance Biilldini;. 880 (.Impel Street. Si'Tror.iL OF DANCING l.MNMX HAU,, (1 VO!K SyrAnB. .1. II. ('AMI'HKI,h, INKTIIfCTiiR. Beftlnners' I'lnns. Tuesday ev. fioelaf ssseiiihl). 'I Inirsdny ev e. Junlnr nsaem. hi V. Saturday rvr. t'rlvnle loss, mo hy appollll IMI'llt. Olllrp llDlll'H, 7 to l p, Ml Clrciilar. Tel. Pates open for rentals of Lenox Halls. MRS. J. H. DUNN. Itesiniiers' classes In ilnnclns now forming. Private lessons by appoint ment. ' Telephone I4!l-i. Hours, 3-J, 7-10, S4D CHAl'liL. ST. Before several hundred people in Bampson, Lyceum lar-t evening Br. Wilfred T. ("4 rep fell delivered a lecture i on "Work Amonsr Babrailor l'"lshcr- men." The lecture was llluM rated nnd j the slides were th" best rhown here in P Ioiir time. Especially Kond were bis views of the iff liei-ps off Ihe, roasl of Labrador In winter. fir. (iiTiifcll, who has been In Labra dor doing practical misFlonnry work for several years, described the trails of the people, the needs of the people and li'uv llieso neodn were belnif met. In his lecturo he apok" hUhly of the Vale men who have h'en In Labrador 111 the past to pel p him, ri t 1 . 1 expressed the hope that they would come a sain In the future. Br tirenfell Is on his ! way to Kntrland to spend the winter, J but. early In the spring will go back to the country In which ho has b'V'n active. Already po has foundo. four hos pitals In Labrador, two of which are open nil the year round, and to these the fishermen come In lo have cuts dressed and to havo other physical troubles treated. Br. rironfell believes that the best way to brlmr ""J ,'lirls. tlnn rellfrlon amonir ttieso men Is to look out for their physical iiecln first, atirl allow the other to come as a. re sult. The dancer of the coast of Labrador to ships has been made out lo he great er than it really It. The danger, said ipr titenfell, Is nothing to that, ex perleived In crnsHltiK Hlslt street last Pntunlny b'-fore the Harvard game. Ships are destroyed each year, but not more than lower on the const, and many of the ships which are apparent lv lost can be. repaired find used many times. The people of T,abrador who have been sent lo more mutt hern countries have not been In ood health, and their northern clime s necessary to keep thein In londitlon. The dl. 'eases espe cially prevalent In Labrador ire tuber culoids and troubles due lo poor sani tation. Those diseases are belli grad ually ovei ne pr. ilrenfell then is- siji-rl an appeal for help In his Labrador work and rtdteil tic" students pres.' tit to i (insider coll in tl'.eer some summer to l,e of aS.-ist ,'llicet III the afternoon 1 u- t Irenfeil deliv ered n luetiire alouii the tame. Hie a at the Dwlght I'laco churck Beep Fiver, Nov. 23. The case of Carl BeArche of Hartford, held by Coroner Steven R. Bavls of Middlesex county ns helm? responsible for the recent wreck nt this place, was tried before .BidRo K .1 Burke here to-day and jirobnhle cause found. He was bound over to the m vt term of the superior court in Middlesex county under $;:.nnft bonds. BeArohe was the tliEtnan of a freight train which was run Into by a work train, the collision canslnu tlv (Lath of Karl Furious; of New London, a bralcman on th" freight and of three Lallan members of the crew of the work train. BeArche, It Is alien,-1, was In the frelpht house instead of being back of hts train to flat; the work train. Mrs. Thnw for Hartford? Hartford, Nov. 23,-The Post to. nlht says It Is rumored around the city that Mrs. William Thaw of Pitts burg, mother of Harry K.- Than, Is to become a resident of Hartford, but li Is Impossible to verify the story nt the present time. According to the story, Mrs. Thaw, through an nsent, has pur' based Ihe residence of Wil liam C. Skinner, on Woodland street, and that as soon as the proper papers can bo filed Mrs. Thaw will move to this city to live. YccRmon's n.o Over, Hartford, Nov. 2.1. The cases of Blake and Conatby, alleged "yegg men" was continued for another week In the polio court to-day. It Is said that the detectives have thus far been unable to connect the prisoners wllti any of the recent postolflce burglaries In tills state. Fell While HnngliK; ( lot be. Wllllmantle, Nov, IX A Polish wom an about thirty. five years old, whos' name was not learned, fe from a third story window here to-day while hanging nut clothes, receiving Injuries that will probably prove fntal Phe was taken to tbe hospital, and besl les probable Internal Itifurl s. It was found that she had sustained a fractured leg and Jaw. It Is said the fall was caused by the woman's losing h"r bala nee. Rock Crystal Glassware, I'or the ThanksrP lug table Bock Crys tal l the very newest thing in aluss table ware. It Is lluhier In weight than usual, while the oruiimcnlution Is most delicate and araccful, appealing nt mice to nil tnslcs. WINK (JLASSI.S Cordials. Coclilall, Claret, Saiilcrne, CliiinipiiKiie, Sherry, Port, and (.oblcls. Also Ihe best assortment hi hljjh-gratlo and medium-priced dinner ware, A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St- Suocniior to John Bright A Co. Friend E, Brooks, Furrier. Friend K Brooks, formerly of Brooks-Collins Co., Is located nt T-lfl Chapel street, upstairs, where) he Is showing; a fine line of ladles neckwear, muffs, fur nnd fur-thud coats, onil doing fur work at very reason able prices (Only "Brooks" in the city actively engaged in fur business.) GUNS AND AMMUNITION OF THE BEST QUALITY. Fdlson riiotincraphs nnd Records, Victor Talking Machines and Records, A choice stock to select from. Pocket Cutlery Ihe bent makes. Kej Fitting nnd Knife nnd Scissor Sharpening. JOHN E. BASSETT GUN STORE. 5 CHURCH STREET. PRODUCES Heat PRODUCES Few Asbes PRODUCES Results PRODUCES Satisfaction - F. Gilbert & Co. (Incorporated) 65 Church St. Opp. P. 0. COAL W GRAKD AVE Good Coal, and Clean, Full Weight, and Lowest Market Price We are pleasing others we will try and please you. Telephone 3412. KOLESAVER j (Reg. u. S. Patent Office.) i S" OH A NOR ST., NF1W H V F.N, CONN. Will Save 35 to 50 Per Cent, of Your Coal Consumption. If last year yon used ten tons of coal this year you can get the inrnn results with from Ave tn six and one. Iielf nr. Do You Want to Save It ? Buy a package and try It. Full in structions on each package, and so sim ple that a child could use it. Ten Cents Proves It ! Appropriated Funds. Tlioiripsonvllle, Nov. 2.1. - Herbert o. Spencer, was arraigned In court this ri 'e (l r P e ! (t fl l (t iff l 't New Haven House. w VA It. ntillronds Suisl. Hartford, Nov. 25 There was a hear ing In the l'nlte.1 States court today before George N. Prown. special exam iner of the Interstate commerce com mission In the case of the Harlow Lumber company against the Atlantic ('oast Line Railroad company, the New York, Philadelphia and Norfolk Rail road company, the Pennsylvania. Rail road company and the New York and Hudson River Railroad company. The complaint alleged that the defendants unlawfully collected $1120 on a ship ment of a cargo of lumber, April H, II"1". The papers were reserved at Ihe close of the hearing , Attempted .lull Birds, Bridgeport. Nov. 23.- An attempted Jail breaking lust Monday at the Fair field county Jail, In this city, came to light today when four prisoners from the Jail were arraigned In Ihe city court charged with such attempt. The case had been delayed a week It was explained In order to allow the jail au thorities' sum lent time to make a full Investigation. The prisoners It Is al leged had planned to make their es cape through a skylight and a large part of the glass It was found had been removed, and secreted In the leather room, while one of the heavy Iron bars had been cut almost In two. The prisoners charged with the offense are Piinford Lockwood, Theodore Snyder, Fred Myers and Henry Ackerley, all of whom were serving sentences of from tight to twelve months. They were held for the superior court under bonds of f,"i0(l each. 090 CHAPEL ST., $ Insane With .Tenlousy. South Xorwalk, Nov. 2.1. Driven temporarily Insane by Jealousy of his wife BanM Popp, a Hungarian, at tacked Mrs. Ppp to-night with a carving knife inflicting several severe but not fatal wounds, and then turn ed the knife on himself, cutting his throat, making a wound that will probably cause his death. Popp, who lias a police court record, entered his home to-night, and after a few words with his wife picked tip a carving knife, which as lying on the kitchen table and attacked her. After being cut several times ahout the body she made her escape from the room and summoned help. Neighbors on enter lug the kitchen found Popp lying on Ihe floor with his throat cut. Popp and his wife were taken to the bos pllal where It Is thought that Popp will not recover. Popp Is about, forty five years old and his wife forty-three, SINGERS TARE NOTICE. I car n tn Knot nt d Sing nt Sight, After years of study and research I have completed a method of sight singing, conceded by the best vocal teachers and musicians to he the best, sdniplcst and niont complete method ever devised. Anyone whether talent ed or not -can with this system learn lo slug or play at sight In tiia short est pos.ilhle time, guarantee satis faction. Correspondence solicited. 0. F. RORBINS, Principal, MuJhn, 740 ( Impel St., 770 Cmuplirll t DOCTOR, KM.BFB IN BCVHYAY. Orange, N. J Nov. 23.- Br. Oenrge IC. llahliltt, who was injured last even ing when his horse took fright, at a pat sing automobile, and ran away, overturning the carriage in which the ph.'slelan and his wife were driving, db-d In the Memorial hospital, early this morning. Bl SS1 I'BI.I.S AMFR1CW. SI, Petersburg, Nov. 2.1. -Adolph Fisher, a naturalized American cll.l iimi, who lias been held for the hist flncn months In Russian .(alls on suspicion of being Implicated In a. murder, will b" laken from Jail to mortnw and sent under guard to the fiontlcr station tit Alexandrov, at which point he will lie relc.ised. FOR THE FAMILY pT2Z3io5fS i a. n " vrcaaifr: nr ftr j mj SI Mill w IJ rA 0 Father, mother, grandfather, sister, brother and every other member of tbe family all enjoy gas light in the home. Work, reading, or study Is a pleasure under Its bright rays. The eye strain from which many thousands of persons are suffering to-day is due to poorly lighted study rooms in their youth. Doctor bills are more expensive than a small monthly account for good pas light. It doesn't pay to economize at tno expense of health. je ffew Haven Gas Lteht Co. Salesroom 93 Crown St., Mew Haven, Ct. .S For Thanksgiving. Brighten up your Dining Room with Berry Bros. Varnishes and High Stand ard Paint. Thompson & Belden 398 State St. Reliable Paint Dealers, Tel. 2140. 106 Court St. r .iv. 1 1 s'.i.i, , rot' 'LH-l twin' JMsfic-memorials MARBLL - mTHOS.PHILLlFS&SON Co t-TEt.3810 148 SYLVAN AVE. Ji 52a mM ORE CARF- AN jWlWp5Hiy TH'3LECTN oT-lNWElTtAW'RKWM' P'ERrMRS-ACHING-ELSE'