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TTT?; MCHNtNfl JOURNAL COURIER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 100?.
Oriental Rugs Carpets Genuino ane Antique Specimens. Special Prices Continue This Week- ' . r. a a t. a -. y.Tr The response to our Special Sale of Oriental Rugs and Car pets was so gratifying that we have decided to continue the low prices for another week. Every piece in this sale was selected in Turkey and Persia by our expert representative and imported direct by us, and they are guaranteed to be gen uine and thoroughly high grade. Every Rug and Carpetpurchas ed here is backed up by the rep utation nf Tho TharlRS MonSOll Co, A Visit t.0 OUr Rug Dept. will convince you of the superiority of our assortment and the great savings that can be made. See Window Display Easy Running Elevator to Rug Department, Third Floor. The Ladies Home Journal Dec. Issue on Sale The December Edition of The Ladles' Home .Journal will be put on sale Tuesday mornlncjat 10 o'clock In our Pattern department. This new number Is filled with the spirit of Christmas. There are Christmas stories and suggestions for Christ mas. Single copies 15c each. Annual subscription SI. 50. As a Christmas gift an an nual subscription to this highly instructive and In teresting magazine would be quite acceptable and ap propriate. Subscriptions taken in our Pattern Dept. Thanksgiving Linens. Linens of quality and ar tistic beauty comprise our special showing for Thanks giving. Our Linens are all guaranteed for0 purity of flax and are rich In . lustre and design, Table Damask from 31.00 to $2.00 a yard. Napkins to match. Napkins 5-8 and 3-4 sizes, $2.50 to $15.00 a dozen. Cloths with Napkins, 8-4. 9-4, 10-4, 8-10 and 8-12, prices $2.00 to $10.50. Lunch Cloths. 36, 45 and 54 Inches wide, hemstitch ed, prices $1.00 to $(i.50. Doylies, all pure linen, $2 to $7.50 a dozen. REPUBLICAN FUND TOTALS $1,579,578 List Filed at Albany by Taft's National Committee Shows the Names of 12,330 Contributors. C. P. TAFT GAVE $110,000 Ctirnofcle mill Mnrsnu Kuril I'll! l'i $20,(100: Hoiiscvrll's Offering $(.11110 Coillloolioill In HcpreMcntert. Alhany. Nov. 1?. Oorjre R. Shel don, treasurer of thp republican na tional committee, to-day tiled the Hut of contributions for (Iip recent na tional compalKli. It- Shown 3.2.330 contributors, many of tliPiu covcrlnft a number of lesser contributions. The total amount, contributed whs $1,li"!), R7S.B7 (llRiil-Pa subject, to sliKht n mPiiilniPnt. ). $ I 1 fi.riofl. C. V. Tn ft, Cincinnati. $3 4,777, l.'nlon leaKue, Npw York. $ :i 2 , 5 0 0 , rtiiun Iphriip, Philadelphia. $25,000 Lar, Anderson, Huston; 0. . (iarretsnn, treasurer. $:(), 000 Andrew CnniPRtp, Npw York r!tv. J. V. Morgan, Now York city SI 5,000 -A Ipx Smith Cochran. New York; Wllllnm Nelson Cromwell. New York; J K. Bugler, chairman, Michi gan $10,000 M. C. T Borden. New York; Whltelaw Reld, Npw York; Frank Mnnsev, Npw York; .lacob II Sehlff, Npw York; Fred P. Smith. Michigan; F.dyth Acnes Cothln. Wash Intrton; Y. .T Prhan, treasurer, Wash ington. Theodore Roosevelt contributed $1.0(10 Anions the flonneetleut contributors are: Frank W. Cheney , South Mini Chester, $3,000; P. Corbln. Nnw Brit ain, $l.r,00; R, C. McKlnney, ,1. H. Whlllemon, H. H. Peek, V. II. Hurt. C. S. Tnlentt. and A. J. Hloper, $1,000 each. Net amount received and disbursed Hi New York and Chicago h -j-i ) - tin r ters, $1.nSf,R8.S!7. In addition to the above, there ws collected by the nntlonnl committee's finance, committees in the several states, ntid turned over to the republi can state, committees for use In their own states, $620,1 R0. FIMPINOS JOIN FIK.KT. Clean House -Fy 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, lHtle Urown Brother Keplaoo Yrlhm' Men as Srnnul. .Manila. Nov. 23. --The flacshlp Cnn neetleilt of the battleship fleet li'ift tnkpn on board nn entire FIIIilno band, which will be employed at the regular cerpmoiiles of the ship, HltermitinK with the marine band. Th Atlantic fleet. Is also makltiK nn exierliripnt hi thp si i hr 1 1 1 nt If in of Filipinos for the Chinese and Japanese boys, now work ins; In the vhi'Ious rooms on each ship, To tills end 150 Filipinos have been taken on hoard by the fleet and dis trlhuted among the sixteen hat th'ships. The last work of the fall target practice Is now hcliiK completed by the fleet, and It Is expected that all of thu scheduler! work will have been com pleted by next Thursday. OBITUARY NOTES Mr, Mary Koollille. The fimerHl of Mrs. Mary V.s'her j lioollttle, fp ,.f M'ison n. Tl(chkl(i '. who, after several y nrs or pa'l tit aaf I ferliiK, pnsHe.1 away Frldny evening i suddenly, was held from her Into rcxi j dencp Monday afternoon at';:3rt o'clock. I Besides her husband to mourn her loss the d. ceased leaves a dntuht'T, Mrs. John T Taylor, a son Wnlt, r Mrisnii Hotchklss ho lies III al Hip home of hlH father In law, H. W. Cornwall 'if Milfor.l; two vrrandchllilren, Harold H. and Marlnn Fsth'-r Taylor, also two plster, .Mrs. Hnrton lih-lierman and Mrs. Philip f. Alh'ti, and two brothers, Irvln P. lioollttle of Toronto. Can., and Krnent poolittle of this city. Mrs. Ilomoo (Jrll'io. Th" funei-Bl of Mrs. Horace liriflln was held at her hit. residence, M Whalley avenue, yesterday afternoon. A lar.Ke number of Iriends and rela tives of the deceased were present at the .service. Mr. iifiiivr ('. linker. The death of Matilda liner, wife of AllKUSt I". Kaiser, nceinred III this city Saturday In the 4Mb year of her l:n. She was apparently In the b k I oi health up to thp time of her death. She was snrld nly taken vlth apoplexy at about I o'clock In the afternoon nnfl at 2 o'clock was dead. The funeral services will lie held from Iter late residence, l,M ManstleUI street, this morning at 10:;i0 o'clock. The In terim' nl will he In Hartford, Conn,, wh'rc the deceased Is mourned by n In rB.e number of friends. NOT TOO SOON FOR CHRISTMAS BUYING. pipix MKi.nsni m m (;oois, S IX;. It CASKS (Icntlicr (Hid nicliil), IH MIDOHS, SK(ilt I TIK and KKUAK IIOI.DKTtS, I'll'K HAfiS, PIPF.S In CASUS, pipk-ha( its, ,ins, toiuc- O 111 IMH N WARIv nil lire lierc, renily for your election. Yon chii inoliP your jnirelmsrs of ScRni'H by Ihe liox (hIioIcsiiIc prices) NOW n,,fl ,vp w"l '"rc Iheni for you In our Hltf lliiini (lor, where (hey will ripen ncnliiMt the dny you wnnt tlieni for nlfts. Make up your list and we will look after the detail for you. aEmswm Muttoon't Cmf. 808 C'luipel St.. cor, Orange. Proclamation rmfw denee, 135 povpr street, yesterday aft ernoon. Funeral services will b" held from her la I1 residence Thursday niornliiR at S:W, to be followed by e renulem hlch mass at St. Francis church st 0 o'clock. Interment will be In St, Lawrence cemetery. Mrs. Kiln ,t, touirli. Funeral services for the late Kiln ,1. Cloneb, widow of (leorje dough, wer held at her late resilience, 40 Hobart street, yesterday afternoon. The Rev, Robert Pell of St. Paul's church of P.clatcd. Interment was In dak HrovJ cemetery. Henry Suites. The funeral of the late Henry States was held yesterday inornltiK from 17? Columbus avenue. Th" ofiiclatlnn .lei-Ryman was the Rev, ,(. DcWoU Perry, rector of St. Paul's church. In terment was In Stonlngton cmetery. .lolm II. Iliirkc. The funeral of John H. Rurke was held from his 'ate home at S", Kltn berly avenue yesterday moruliiR nt fl:.10. The nt rment was preceded by a hlnh rerpilem mass tit St. Peter's church nt !) o'clock. A larse number of Mr. Rnrke's friends nttended the service. 'Hie eiirne Inelilent to funeral ner vier U uiniiir IIiih-k n lipni-jr linrileii, ie iirrlnn ns It oflen dues iinexiiprleillr nml lifter I on it period,. ,f Illness. II 'i our rtrslr t lie kunwn tit eonslderni In uur elinrces, anil rkprelnlly IhiiiiKht. rul (if Hi" in mi r rnrr nnil ri'inxllilll rs hleli e muni neersanrll;- itnium. ttn siieli orrnspins, (.UAII4M A IUVFS, lOtld ( hnprl St. DEATHS. OH.HKUT The funeral of flvlvesler (Jilberi will be held this afternoon at 2 r'cloch n' i trace Kplscopnl chnrcli, lllalcliley nveinie n24 1 1 Whereas: There has been appoint ed, far all good men, a day of general Thanksgiving : and Whereas: All people have some cause to take ,ul vantage of this day, to its true intent and purpose; and Whereas: All people cannot hut feel doubly complacent and thankful after having indulged in a Thanksgiving dinner of noble quality We 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 Indlvldiinl $ .10 One pound 30 Two pound SO I Thrtc pound 70 Custard Snuff, tins IS MRS. K. N. HARDCASTl.E'S Maryland In I, 2 nd .1 pound tins, per Ih $ ,3H SAINT IVANS, imported (English! InChlm howls ; one round' 4S MINCE MEAT "T.V.F.", quarts, slass, $ I O) $1 1.00 Oneida Community (V) R. 50 Hints for the Menu Virginia Hams Cobnuts and Creen Walnuts GotRotuou nu liar-le-duc Smiled Raisins Chestnuts for Tmkey Stuffing French Peas Carrots, Haricots Brussels Sprouts Salted Nuts : Coh"ws, Jordan Almonds and Pecans S iipj worthy ol the Feast: S. tamed Okra ' Clear Oxtail Clear Creen Turtle Russian I'iuureJ Chocolates and Bon Ron Tangerines Idjlio Anp'es l lorida Pineapples , California Seedless Lemons Specials for 7 hanks giving week PROTUBEN ns. Old lashioiu'd whole Turkish Figs,' natural"' 3 'jibs. in a cox . ne'o- S3 S Plum Pudding T v THE Hiifi, Ctti lct. Kiinilturp I Iriincd Without Ilciiinval, TEL. 2700 i 1 TO Co, 1 mm ENJOY POSTUM Stephen .?. l5biKeice. Stephen ,. HlHkeslce rllcrl ycKlerrbiy incrnlus t. Iil boiric, ;tt) Shelter htrcct. (it'll r H It Illness of one week from Hlnni iieb Irmible. He wiih tifty-iine yciirs nl' iigc tuirl Is survived, by bis wife nml ene son. Me nlsn lein es I wr briilliei H, ThniiiiiH nml Kiluiinl 1". Hlnkeslee, 1ml tlers, r,f :;i:i Wlillnee ulrecl. Vr. Bulkcslre ns riiiplnyerl by IiIb brntbers. n whs ii iiicinlii'l1 "1' the rnflk sure I If holM b1 IS mlniitp?. That brings flavour and fnorl laliic. least forth KmrIck nml Ihe Ancient unler 11 ' I ) o t r 1 1 n nii. Tile I'litieriil liinl'llllir; lit S; icslllrnco, ;iirl Ki j 1 1 1 . -1 I i 1 1 ri-1 lie llelil Weilluiwliiy eldck I'reiii Ills bite H i i'-l . k frnni SI. It's a hard article to find a real Home-Made Plum Pudding. There are hundreds of so-called and advertised as such by lead ing merchants. We have had some made for us by Mrs. Forestelle of Bridge port, Conn,, containing the very best of ingredients. Our second season handling these Puddings, and can guar antee their satisfaction. Put up in pails containing one and two pounds each. 2-Pound Pail.... 70c 1 -Pound Pail.... 35c Florida Crape Ftuit, fair size and extra r.ood qualiiy, 17 for $ 1 .0r Imported. Malaga Raiunt, one pound cartons 2? cents l lorida Oranges, not extra l.irje, hut extrfine Doen, 38 cenn BEST VALUES in Dinner Wines Sai,ternf. q, h0Ic Vin de Barsac, $ ,9 j Claret Chat.HauteBarde, .90 liiirgundy Ponima d, 1.20 Moselle Josephshofer, 1.20 Champagnes Ruinar',Brut, 2.70 Fol Roger, 1900, 3.10 Krug, Brut, 2.65 Viuve. Clicquot, 2.85 i ll5 V9.ll 'fkw&iji'yfc ' If.lii.u, HE best par' of the Dinner (for Male nian) conies with the S nokes. Have a hox of Mor de Cuba iVrfecios to pass mound. Theycome 25 in a box and cost 16 cents each, not 25 cents vi La Florde Cuba 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. J38( SiaJl Sir- j HWtfHB l KM H Ii K uKX i! It it Wit nVUVV j I(i(.(.l;lti:i, MAY SK , km. 'cr.i Written Ity iiiideiiincrl Mini I'n'iI im I'riiuf of iiiinliy. Auburn, N. V N.iv. 3.1. -A bit nl' dog gerel vorvi' written by wllliiini Mr;i.ch whllo he whs In the dentil cell In Au burn prlsntl HWilitlllK exectltlnii mi H chfirfte f wife murder Inis given lilin flt lellst H sllert. leiisn nf f,.. ((. was to have hepii executed early tdi.iy, but s n cniiiinlNsiiiii iippiilnleil by (inv. HllKllc- ,i uimUc ;, Investis.'ltli.n illtn bis mental condition has not yet made Its report, .. cvcHti,,,! was post-pulled. "There's a Reason." i i-tmiiirifipM Mr MmaDrel IMihii MaiL'ii't ininn Aicl al hr r;l ThoR. H.Nosbit Co. (iuircli nml l-.lni streets. BRANCH STORE, 1!73 Kdgeuoud Avenue. 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. JollNfilLBEIcrJLSON For Thanksgiving A No. 1 POULTRY. LITCHFIELD COUNTY full dressed TURKEYS, DUCKS, Y0UNO CHICKENS and fat, yellow Fowls, Full- dressed means HEADS and FEET OFF and DRAWN; therefore they are sweet and delicious. MICHIGAN TURKEYS shipped especially for vis. Drawn when killed, but heads and feet are. on. We recommend them highly. They are from se looted stock. PHILADELPHIA Capons, Roast Chickens 'and Squabs. Let us have your orders Tuesday, if possible. The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 CHAPEL STREET. -H- Thanksgiving Poultry. HAVE THE BEST. . , Vou van ct It of us. Tons of thp hurst Turkeys. Pucks, Geese, Chick riift iiinl Fowl on nlc TucmIu.v morning for the Thankstvln& trade. Stork nil fresh killed and mold full dressed at, a little les price than aM.od elsewhere. WE HAVE r tcrllent elerf Sweet Potatoes, Cape Cod Cranberries, Lettuce, String newix X complete line of Fresli Vcijetahles. ORANGES, GRAPES, Etc. We receive Drnnces direct from Florida. AVe hare them that rot nreet at 20. as and 30c per dozen. Grope Fruit, Ac each. Malaga, Grapea. l?iC pc; 111- MIXED NUTS. w M Ml new nml nn apsortmrnt flint contains a large percentage cf th ds elrnhle Idnda, nt 15c per Ih. DUFFY'S APPLE JUICE. Roiilcd in cluiii'piiene style, quarto and pints, elllng at a out prlcei quarts 35c per holtle, per dozen; pints 25o per bottle, $2.25 dozen. WF. BELIEVE You can save money by buying your Tlianksgivlng euppllea of as. D. M. FAIR FIAVEN Welch NEW HAVEN & Son. WEST HAVEN Tuesday. Nov. 21, '08. RABBITS VENISON--fnTdEfsOPS MALLARD DUCKS. mmiimmmmmmmmmmmmm I L PFAFF 6 SON, The Best Meats 7-9 Church Street. Telephone 1048. ,i,.t.i....f.M44 SCHOENBERGER'S Headquarters, 86-96 George St. Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Roasting Chickens, Fowls, Suckling Pigs. Wo are going to have 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 stork for you to seleot from in whatever weight you may desire. Come and see us first before buying elsewhere. TURKEYS! Yes, we sell Turkeys, and we will have some nice ones for Thanksgiving. If you want to be sure of a good one, leave your order early in fact, the people are real izing every year more the necessity of placing their orders early. We can also supply you with the turkey fixin's, THE F. J. MARKLE CO. lISTI(il ISIIF.I) HMOAIiKK lll'.KF. I'l'nl', Moiilcliii.s nl SHcdish-llilhci'iill Church To-iiI(;IiI. Prof, HMcnr Mnnliilns nf Stock holm, l.nnl Anlliinirlnn nf Sweilcii. will lecture lo-nlKht nt x:l' o'clock In the Swcilish Kv, l.iitliei'iin church nt, the corner ol' Sliite ami Kninklln streets. His subject will lie "Life In West ( iotliliiinl iliirliiR Ihe, era of the I llll Tenia lliellt," Ol' the Htoile, liPllliM nml eni'ly Iron ihiys of northwestern Ki;i'oii'. 1'rofcnsor , T 1 1 1 1 ( 5 i u h Is one of the j wnrhl's I'oreiiinsl sa vn n Is .In reunnl In j n . 'historic linics. As 1in.l A nl I nn r- Iti n he, In the iiltcl hca,l ,,f all the archeolnlial work of the Swnllsli aoerellt. Tlirotinlioiil Knrope he is a recoK ni.eil a nl horily on all a rclieolonlcul, Hilt liropoloKlea I ii 1 1 I hlslorlial iins. lions, prol eusor Monli'lliis visits the rnile.l Slates l.v liultalioii ol h l.nwell Institute of Hoi-ton, Mass., i heiu eJuriim the nioiilli of I icl.oher he i) f I i f re 1 1 a serks of elulil n et II ro in I'Jnifllsh on nn . k anil Wwnillsh nrehaeoloay. IjAvr c'oun i:kstonk. New York, Nov. IS. Thi cnrnprstonn of t new Chnrcli nf Our l.atly nf Mer cy, at Murloti avenue ami (ins Him cherl.anrl Nincjleth street, Fordham, will be lnlil next Knn'lny afternoon at ;i o'clock. Archlilshop Farley will pre Hiile tit Ihe I'efeinonleH, ami the ser mou will Im.pi'PHcheil hy the Itev. Uan lei .1. (jnliiii, S. .1., priiililent of Kurd limn university, Thanksgiving. uur finpply of Kniltn wh never Inrner or more varlpil. With every reoii rrhiK year Hie HSHortment Is mora complete. Look them over, please, ami rIvc lis the order iin irnniptly hi enliven lent, out-of-town order hava heeoiiie a prominent part of our buU nei.s --we puck them carefully, J B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. The Mirror Fruit Wor