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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1908.
.HMH-'H'-H"r'H'fr'H GET A NEW KstabUshefl 1 S u Fall of 1!nS. Suggestions for the Thanksgiving TabSe BUFFET -IN EATABLES and FLUM PUDDING. Mrs. JlarrtcHslli-'M. II) tins .")P Franeo-Amciir'an, 2-lb this. . . .fOp Franpn-Anicrioan, 1-lh t Ins ... . !Wo MINCE MEAT (Brick's). fi-lli palls ."! NUTS (in the shell). Pecans. Fnsilsh Walnuts, Idvi y.lls, V Inn mils, Filberts, Mixed Nuts nil MwK lb i!On CHEESE (Iii'W Assortment). rini'fiili, Filuni, Ciiincmlicrt, Iidiliiefdrl. Fngllsli Dairy. (Mil . American, nil Kinds Jnr Cheeses I t 1 1 . ('renin. RAISINS (Pound Parchment Package). Inycr "i-crown .'!"' Faycr H-crown 2.V PRUNES. French V.xtvn Imgo, -"' (ormitii SluO'cd, !l !."' (erinitii Stuffed. 1 j -H '.)" NUT MEATS (shelled). Jordan Almonds, Hi T.'ic Fug!! Ii YV.-ilnuK ill .Vie Pecan. H ir.r riliMM-is Hi :,: Vine Nut. Hi .Vic SALTED NUTS. Pi-tnoliio. Ill Jordan Almonds, lb. , Peanut--. Hi . ..Vic . SI .(III . .'JOr GLACE FRUITS AND CB.YS TALIZED FRUITS. Cilncor, h tins . (dnger, 'j-lii tics ;lnucr, ' ; -Ih (ins Orange, 'i-lli (ins Pineapple. j-i (ins Chcrrlo. by die pound . 15c 1".i . 12c . 35c .title FIGS (Turkish). I.nyrr nr Pulled. Hi 20c Fancy Pulled. basket 25c DATES. I'nt'd. liy the pound 10c Slurred (wilh nssortcd mils). Hi box :;. CONFECTIONS. (Impolitic, high prude mixed, lb 0c Cnrnmels, assorted. lt inc CHOCOI.AT MFMI I! llnn-Ron.s nnd Fating Chocolates n complete line. FRESH FRUITS (I.nr(rc Assortment). Oranstc. Tangerines, Hannmis, Cmpc Frull, Malaga (Jrapes, ' Baldwin nnd (irrenlii!; Apples. BOTTLED WHISKIES ( American). Johnson's Pure Hyc, hoi , si. no t.oo Pride of Maryland, hoi tiolden Wedding Kyc, very old. hot ', (lid I'rnn Itourlmit, hot 1 .50 1.50 SCOTCH WHISKIES. Y. Y. O. Scotch, hot Y. ( 1. P. Scotcli. hot '. Dnllunne .. A H. Loclmatiar . , Yletorlu 1.25 l.r.o 1 .511 1.25 2.00 CIGARS. A complete line i,( Key West and llavnna Owr- pricked in 12. 25 and 50 In n ho: nln Imporlcl nnd Domestic Clu'ireltcs. Jo! .Phons 1675. JTERTAIO E NTS HYPERION THEATER WKDNKSrAY KVKNIN'r;, OV. 35. i'reinlKI'" t'errnrniMnee nt , CLYDI-; l'lTCII'S N"ivcsl Cnniorly, the blue mm With All-Star t'nst of Kx-Stara. Boats Monday, l'rlees 25c. to $1.50. HYPERION THEATER Turns., Fr.r., sat., xoy. sn. 27, 28. Mnllnpp Thiirnilay nnil Satiirilny, (illAfK XAX STl llllll (lilt). Mflnapreniont Cliarlps tiroartwav In the t'oniie lipera hy Hurry I). Sinttii and lifflnalfl lie Kovcn. "tiik ;(ii.ni: lu rreiun." Prices: 2."c. to fl.fi 1. Sent salo Tiips dny. CarrlaKs at 4:40, 10:45. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. THANKSGIVING WEEK NOW PLAYING A I rim in nf Wpstcni Iilfc, The Cowboy and the Squaw. Matinee Wcdiipsday. Tel, 005. THANKSGIVING DAY also Friday and Saturday, SKTiMA UKIiMAN In The Angel of the Trail. Dally Mntinrrs. Seats Sejlliifr. ROLLER SKATING Qulnnipiac Rink. JII MC HY TIIK $,WIO ORGAN. MlvATINCi muni' TUESDAY, 1VKHNKNHAY, THVUSItAV AND S AT I It II V. AFTMIN1KIN AND lUK.MNCt. DRINKABLES CHAMPAGNES. DRY MOVOPOI.F. IHltS. null In. Case, Very Pry, 0," $2."0 $81.00 Very Dry. l..V ItXOO MOVOpnl.F l!i:i TOP, 18118. Moderately Dry, ut . 2.70 31.00 Moderately Dry. il . l.fio 33.00 AMERICAN CHAMPAGNES. (ioi.n kfaf, Quarts Vliit.s 1.15 .12.50 1 1.50 .05 (tTJF AT WFSTF.UN. Quart 1.J5 Pints or, 12.50 I 1.50 SAUTERNES. in vivifu, iiohhkafx. Quarts $,()0 FinN no ii. m ktfii & ro hhm k Quails 1,25 Pinls 7.-, I CAMFoTCMA. . Premier, 1 1 1 It ft j Premier, pint , CLARETS. ! Ml HOC It. A (i. ! Villi:'! i pints . .10 ..VI .30 MCO. pearls Pints . .85 ..VI A1.IFOHM . Napa Yiillcy. ipnirls 22 r.iiriindy. limts 33 llol.l DAY MMUT Siini'Mins: Wines, cnntuliilii"; 2 Pt Champagne, 2 PI IViirgundy, 2 PI Moselle, Complete $4,50. MOSELLE AND RHINE WINES. Our Direct importation. MOSFl.l.F. Pottle. I.anlienhrlnipr . . . .SI. 00 Mcr-teiiier 1.10 llocUliclmcr 1.25 kiiim:. Hranenhprgpr .... 1.35 Plesporter 1.50 '.eltiii;;er 1-25 SPAKKUM. WIM P.urirundy, (ls 1.00 Hiiryiindy. pis (ill Moselle, its Mm 'ape. St t.oo 1 2.00 13.50 15.00 in.no 1 3.50 11.00 12.00 11.00 AFTER-DINNER hi:mi:s h CORDIALS. renoli) . Large Small Ttoltl... Hottle. Mint. Yitnillu Hose, Cacco SI. 00 $ -00 Apricot Itrandy 2.25 1.25 (ii'iiml Mariner 1.25 ) tp ' ui'iiono 1.50 l.Ao Aniilscitc, Italian.... 1.50 i. cio incline 1.(10 1.00 Old Sa.ei'iic. 1 I yrs. . 2.50 Ycry Old Cosmic . . . . 2.00 old California l.im & Brother, 411-413 State St, cor. Court. mm i IN AI'GCR TTON Washington Capitalist Appointed (lie Chairman of Cooioilllee. Washington, Nov. 24 Frank H. Hitchcock, chairman of the republican national committee, today announced the appointment of Edward ,1. Stellwa gen, to be chairman of the inaugural committee. Mr, Stellwagen Is one of the lending capitalists of the district, among other posh Ions occupied by him being thai, of president of the Cidon Trust, company. Mr. Hitchcock arrived In Washington today from New York nnd will leavo tonight for Hot Springs, Yn., where he. will lie the guest, of Mr. Tart. BOSTON (TUB COXTINTKS. Boston. Nov. 24. Business on the, curb exchange on Donne street con tinued to-day, as the decree issued by Judge Lining yesterday against the members does not take effect for thirty days. POLI'S NEW THEATER ALL WEEK 01" NOVEMBFil 23. Unity Mntinrrs. Clarennr WHImr anil Ills 10 Funny lolks. ABStM.ixi . i,i:iii' itns. In ."The New Scholar," 4 1 r,ii(.s 4. Mrn, l.lslr belli A o. In One-Act luaiiuitlc J'iaviet, "Weav ing the Net." Ii At KFUAN UHIl.N. F.ll MACK AMI 1MIT Will, I A US Kl.l'.t THt.H AI'll wltli "The l.lttle 1,1 tt ie i 'exswain." AlUil'in ATTRACTION The Miilehless lllnile. Ilelle IMiiuelie. In Her Clever 1-iuiln I ions of St a pe Cei ehr I les. Holiday .Scale ut TTiniiksfclvliig Mntlurr, PLANS. ' X AT THE HYPERION. AT THE GRAND. AT POLI'S. "The IMiip Mouse" Slftnallps n Sliu hrrt Kevival of l'arcp, "The HU10 Mouse," ' which will he seen here fur thf first tlnis unrlpr the mamigpment of the Mesnrs. Shuliert at the Hyperion to-nlBht, llHiRtrntes thfl Sliuhort belief that the time la now rlp for a revival of popular In terest In faren productions of the bet ter sort. The recent production of "Girls" adapted from the German hy Clyde Fitch, who Is nlsn responsible for the. American version nf "Tliu Bltin Mouse" nnd now being played throughout the country by three dif ferent Shuhert companies, proved once for nil that the public has not lost lis taste for farce, If really funny and sufficiently well played. "The Golden Hulterfly." Grace Yan Stlnldlfnrd In the new Smith- deKoven comic opera, "T.ie Golden Butterfly," direct from Its tri umphal run at the Broadway theater, New York, will be the attraction at the Hyperion theater the later half of the weeli, opening with n special matinee on Thanksgiving day. Miss Yan Studlfcrd has Justly acquired the right to he titled as reigning queen of the light operatic singe. The opera, which Is a real romlo opera in the br.l sense, U unquestion ably a golden success, nnd has flut tered Into an enduring popularity. Tuerc are songs th.it everybody will he humming and whistling. The opera almonds in delightful IllUSle, exeelletlt ens m'ele.s an 1 (law less orche.Mr itlons: with a splendidly drill ed company, a regiment of pretty girls, fast and furious fun and rare ly beautiful comlunaiionji of colors for accessor!' s. "WIU.I VM T! 1.1." ACT FAT Mi. Music Hall Performer l'lmlcd eiiipsls for Flglitecn Years. London. Nov. 54. --Herbert Lee, a music-hall perform, r. died in this city to-day from the i ff. , s ,,f a wound in the head received dining a perform ance of a 'William Tell" act at a lo cal hall last night. L. h-M a ball on his head, at which Madame liem entitle shot at a distance of fifty feet. Madame Clementine surrendered to the police, ,ee had been giving this net for a period of eighteen years without having met with any acci dent. STOCK M RKirr HF lFAV. olunic Fviiands Sliiiiiilaled hy Smith cm Pncillc Action. New York. Nov. 24. Prices of stocks advance,) acaln to-day and the volume of dealings expanded over the shrunken total of yesterday, hut with out getting pack fully to the dally average of 1 week's transaction. The mirket showed th- effect of the technical causes towards recovery from the outset of th" day but the movenvnt had shown s'gns of (lagg ing li,n a stimulating effect uas felt from the application no the stock evchmi"o to list $: i.vr.r,, ton additional Southern Pacific cmnmn sto, to be issued in exchange f..r the preferred stock which 's ouiMnrd'ng to that I anvoint. The preferred stock whib i ntltl"d to cv. n in r cent. vi,b nds i prior to common stock dividend claims, is pubjeet to redemption at IK. at any time prior t ,tnly 1st. 1S10. It is M.-'o ' hang' aid" f,,r common , slock up to that time. As the com mon f-ioek has ner paid more than six per cent, dividends and has sold i lower than the preferred stock, there has heen no attraction in the exercise' of tlv privilege of exchange, The price of the stock has now risen above ' (lie redemption price of the preferred j stock, which is us, but still sells lie. , low the market price for tlv preferred which was l!l 7- to-day. Cor these reasons and because of the general ignorance of the fact that this new stock had been actually authorized, j the Pare announcement of (he appll- 1 cation to place it on the list of lh stock exchange had an appeal as something of a mystery. It "as slat ed In eotineel-ou with to-day's nppli-; cation to list the new stock thai Its authorization had been carried Hithj that for the preferred slock. In view I of the conversion of the latter. In j fact, to-, lav's perfunctory action makes so Utile change in the exist ing status of Southern Pacllic and there was so much confusing regard- I lug Its slgnlllcanee that It was simply made the basis oT an assumption that more Important linaTT-iii 1 projects af- feeling the two favorite llarriman i properties were Ihus heralded. It was this iifsumplion that was the real reviving force in the market and i In broadening and extending the i movement as tin- day progressed. An ' i excellent Impression was produced liy the success of h, New York city bond , Issue. As has been said, the profes- ! i slotial ebunent unite generally turned j to the Idiik side of the market on the supposition that the reaction hail re duced the weak holdings and had built up a short Interest with a re quirement to purchase stocks. The closing lone was very strong and with prices generally up from 2 to up from points on t lie day. Hands were strong, value, $:.4fitl,non, C .S. bonds were call. Tota I sa les pa r litoiiangeil nn 1 S V) FO n K ( ) M M I ss I ( ) ; . Men Charged Midi I'orgerv Uroushi Here for Hearing;. ISpeelal to (he JnnrniiM Hurler. ) tlrtilReport Nov. I.M. ip-orge itohros kl a.'.d l''red Kown'.skl, held for forgery here, were taken to New llaveii for trial t'efore tiie I nileil Stales eonunls- Sienel, Tio'V w-elT' In eh(iie ,if llej)- uiy I . S. .Via Hij.ill Snii ih of lla rn'onl. TIh-j were rii tiled for trial here but ilolr eii.-iuily was waived liv the ! eltv to I be t Me v w 1 1 i lie The prls. ! tel-lll J-S K. ,ov el lMlien I , It Is hoped M in tied , el e. Iiowcvel-. r r der.-ndnl ,v ,-. A. Il.irlleti nnd lleniv i ireenr.ti In. Tl.'-se I wo in I forgeries in ., nn a n man;- yen r I a re found fc ui 1 1 y ha l-M.-d York. 1 1 n 1 1 1 i n i , n i III if Ii "Tlic Cowboy nnd Hip Squaw This afternoon and evening will be 1 Klvon the final performances at. me. I Grand opera house In the encasement 1 of "The Cowboy and the Squaw." This beautiful play of the stern life .ia. charmed larffe audiences duriiiR It presentation here, and Is entirely dif ferent from the lone nm of dramas based on life In the west. "The AiircI or the Trail." Beginning to-morrow afternoon, nnd beginning afternoon and evening for the balance of the week the Grand opera house offering will he MIm Sel ma Herman In Howard Hall's latest success "The Angel of the Trail." Miss Herman plays the character of Perdlta. The sunshine and sorrows of Perdlta. the Spanish maiden, are so deftly blended that the Intense in terest Is sustained from curtain to curtain. Seats are now selling for both performances on Thanksgiving day, Special matinee Friday. FINK CHOItl S. Greatest Body of Singers New Haven Has I'vcr Had. ' The New Haven oiatorlo society will hold Its reular rehearsal on Friday evening tills vv.ek Instead of on Thursday as Is customary. The place is College street hall as usual and the regular time for calling the l-ehenrsal will be observed. There are only a few weeks more before til" conceit, I) tuber 11, when liosslnl's "Stabat Mater" and Or. Parker's "Mora Nov isslma" will be sung. It Is expected, therefore, that every mem ber of the chorus will attend the re- ! hearsal. . This chorus of the oratorio society Is perhaps the best New Haven has j ever heard, While, It Is not the larg- est chorus, the sing, rs have been srj i carefully selected that tjie body of ; tone Is as solid as that of any chorus ; we have had, while th tone is aoso-j lut'iy pure and of ex,ulslte (juality. Those who have followed the socle- j ty In Its career most closely are au- j thotity for the statement that the j chorus never took up the work of re- ; In .using with such eagerness as has, I'M! shown In this preparation for ' the production of the two works that life to be sung this year. In conse- i (pience nothing that the chorus has j even attempted will have been better prepared. It Is an experienced body : of singers, this, a chorus without "dead wood." Kvery voice tells, and j the result will be absolutely finished j choral work. i Ii. l.' apparent that the chorus fully j at ptecu t, s the interesting condition" i under which it Is preparing for this I io nert. It Is seldom In America that ; the composer himself can conduct a great choral work for we have In j tills (onntry only on man who' fine as a maker of choral music Is I International. Th's fact in Itself makes a relnarsul of "Hora Novis slma'' unhpuiv Interesting. Then, too, the wot k Is In itself of the greatest Intrinsic worth and of; the utmost beauty and dignity of j character. It Is tea liy great iniisle ; mi 1 great music appeals to every elns j ot listener, the analytical, musical eholar. ami he who goes to the coti- " t'l nnd.jslmply bis the melodies I 'soak in as they say. I i. is a fascinating combination, the I 'Mora Novisslma" and liosslnl's pop-! ilar master work, one representative' o'' the Horrid s, hoo of Its day. the Hi ! a modern oompo.-ition so dlffer- i: iu its character, yet like the (os sini woik, perhaps tlv most talked of piece of ii oral writing of our time. It Is unite safe to say that no Ani'ii ivn conmosltlon of its character has lei n morw frequently produced. Kv ery annual festival In Hie country has sung "Mora Novisslma," many of them having produced the work more than once. A number of tlv oratorio's regular subscribers have not el ent In their snbseiipl ions. It is greatly 'In be de sired that these be sent as early as possible to K. S. Ward, fifl Church street, before tin- subscribers' sale, so that the,v may retain their accus tomed seats. WIHTF IIOCSF DFNIAI,. Hooscvcll Hands Short and Fgly One to His old Friend, llic Sun. AYnsliiii,Tt.n. Nov. 24. - The following slatenn nt wa. given out at the While House today: "As the New York Sun story, enti tled "Roosevell and Prairie Oil," has seemed to deceive a number of people, the following statement Is made pull lie about It : "As soon n, the story was brought to President Roosevelt's attention, he tint, only called for reports concerning the statement from Hie department of jus tice and the department of Cue Interior, but also communicated with ex-Secretary Hitchcock so as to be sure that the President's recollection was mil at. fault. The story Is false In every par- 1 tlcular, from beginning to end. No only is there no ,uch report In the do j partment of justice and never lias heen, j but no such report was ever made. "In granting the franchise of the Prairie oil company tlie President sim ; ply approved the recommendation of Secretary Hitchcock submitted to him precisely as all other recommendation were submitted. Moreover, in every case referring to the granting of fran chises or the adoption of regulations as regards oil and gas franchises In Okla homa nnd the Indian Territory, the President a proved the recommendation of Secrelary Hitchcock, with the ex ception of one Hiuall and unimportant grant to a Delaware Indian, to whom the lielaware Indians, In recognition of eight years of service to the tribe, had voted In council a fee of f,"in,nnn, which he declined to accept and who was giv en twice the whole amount of land. "The statement about the alleged promise to a western senator U as ridiculous a falsehood as the rest of the story." The bill at Poll's tills week has the holiday week flavor and has the fea ture net, Clarence Wilbur and his Ten Funny Folks, Including t lie six fammci O'Connor sisters, Great Hrltnln's fam ous songsters, who Introduce special tli during the. action of the Funny Folkn number. Helle Blanche, the famous Imitator of st.age celebrities, Is the special addr attraction. The Four Headings, the marvelous gymnasts, iilss Leslie l.elgli and her company with the one-a:'i drama tie piaylet entitled "Weaving Hie Net," Anuddo's leopards, Jaguars and panthers, Kauffmnn Urns, with their burlesque on grand opera, Kd. Mack and I'm i Williams with their singing and dancing specialty nnd the electro graph with The Little Coxswain as the special series nf the motion pictures. Seals selling for till week. Holiday scale of prices at Thanksgiving day matinee. IT SO7KTY AT IH KAXTS PI.AY. "A Man and Ills Mate" Attracts Uirgp AiuliPticp, H, ft. Purant's new play, "A Man and His Mate," dramatized from his own prize story In the Popular maga zine, was given Its Initial performance Monday evening, at Hoyt's (heater, In N'orwalk. and made good In every par ticular. The success of the play Is as sured and Mr. Imrant's reputation as ft playwright Is established with this ons ffort. He has worked faithfully and unceasingly at it, feeling confident of success, yet waiting anxiously for the stamp of public approval. It came, last evening, far more emphatic than the most sanguine hopes of the author. Mr. Intrant had not only been un ceasing, but very thorough In his work. He spared not pains or expense. The result was a perfect, poll.-hed and acceptable production on the first night, something unite rare. The critics and censors In attendance all declar.'d. without qualification, that it was one of the best "first n!,ht-" they ever attended. So did the audience, In fact, and four and Ave curtain calls were Remanded after the first act, let alone th succeeding ones, something most unl,iie for "icehox" N'orwalk. Society was nut in force. hh.cim; FOH OIL HFCORIlS. o Nov, 14. A rigid was started by County lo-day to barn If possl- ( ieveland, investigation Clerk Salen ! hie what be. ame of certain records iy Frank ft. Kellogg, who now wanted I, repress tits th Standard oil government in the hearing at New York, records are said to he the files at the county The desired missing from clerk's office. $50,000 FOR VIR(UXI COLLFCK. Chnrlotti svllle, 'a., Nov. 21. An unconditional gift nf $50.nt0 to the endowment fund of the University of Ylrginla has heen made by Col. Oliver H. Payne of New York. Announce ment was mnde last night by Presi dent Alderman to the numbers of the, faculty, who were advised that Col. Payne wa an admirer of Thomas Jefferson and of the University of Yirglnla. The Pilgrim's Thanksgiving , Dinner needed but one thing to make it perfect j i t i i I SPECIAL Half Stock BANQUET ALE- YOUR DINNER CAN BE Order a Case from Dealer NAimu; vsF,rr miFAvtv; en. rriu tilenee, H. 1. Drawers of the famous "lianset.t" Se lect Stock liger. "T 1 1 1'l TlFd'.M THAT M.UH3 Mli WACKEB J 13Ai.il) L' 8." And Give the Finishing Touch to the Dining Room. An over-supply of these goods makes it absolutely necessary that we should move them. We quote below a few prices showing1 the money we can save you if you buy now : NOW NOW $55.00 Buffet. . . .$34.75 $26,00 Buffet. . . .$19.50 45.00 Buffet. .. . 30.00 25,50 Buffet. .. . 18.75 35.00 Buffet 23.75 25,00 Buffet. .. . 18.00 33.00 Buffet 22.50 28.00 Buffet. .. . 19.75 30.00 Buffet 21.50 29.00 Buffet. .. . 20.00 THE H. M. BDLLARD CO. 1 58 and 60 Orange Street. f.j..H-4.H'W'r'M''H'-H' The application by John J. Rleasnn for an Injunction to prevent .William Fepke and Stanley Ketchell from flghtinK to-morrow under th auspices of James J. Coffroth's club was re fused hy Judge Pewell yesterday In San Francisco. Thfi contest, therefore, will he held as scheduled. FERFECT Your v' . . W e. 4 rn jmifzzzwmmx tr'iVit.K'.M IT, m 1 I:::.i I Th p HLTV PAPKE m