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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1903.
The Day Before Thankscjivincj SPECIAL OFFERINGS On account of the holiday this week our special weekly offerings will be on sale Wednesday. There are values from every department that will do serve your attention. Silk Ribbons 15c All Klll ltlbhons, for hnlr liruvs, snfdie.i, rlress trimmlliffs iiikI fanry work, value 2Rc. a yn.nl; Wednesday 1 ."(. Swiss Curtains Huffled' Swiss f'iirt;ilii., ") ynrels long, colored rffwts, vtihie "flc. n pulr; Wednesday 15. rpliolstiTy pept., Third Floor. 25c Ginghams 10c Madras Oiiiirh.ims. In plnln colors, checks :md stripes, value L. a yard; Wednesday 10o. Bath Mats T.'c. finality for. SOe. quality for... Jt.nft quality for.. 51?". quality for.. JI.'.O quality for.. ...fiS ...7S. . . 9S 91.18 Initial Paper 19c Initial Stationery, ?4 sheets In n box. value ;.'ic. a hnx; Wednes day 10o Belts 69c Choice of any $1 nn Rrit ' in stork, leather, elastic or side Wednesday fiO. White Lawn 19c White Lawn for waists, Christ mas aprons, etc.; value 3'c n yard; Wednesday lf. Stenciling Kverythlnq; here for this fas cinating work, surh as Ptenrll Stamping Patterns, Pte-ncil Roard. Ptenrii Designs, trans ferrod to stenrll hoard, ready to rut: Stencil Brushes, Indelible Medium, etc. Instructions free at the Art Embroidery Dept. OBITUARY NOTES Wllltnin A. fillfesple. tf'onimnnlcated I The funeral services for tile late William A. Oillcsple were held at the family residence, 34 Oill street, on Fundny nt :.:?,() p. m. and were attend ed by a laree number of friends. The Rev. Frederick Sexton of the Westvilb' Kplscopnl church, a friend of the family, oltlclated, and a quartet from Plymouth church rendi-red "Snme Sweet Day" and "Abide Wi'h Mo." The brarers were George Brooks, Frederick H. Penny, Kdwurd A. Todd atid Clayton ffhrpard. The Interment took placr In the city burial ground. .' Mr, Gillespie was born In Boston. Mass., but has lived In New Haven About twenty-five years, and during tlwt time has held positions of tru.t with several 'well known loca.l firms. He was highly respected hy all who knew him. He was a member of Hiram lodge, Xo. l, A. F. and A. M., nl.o of Mystic chapter, O. K, f., here he has held office for several years. To the chapter his loss Is a seemingly Ir reparable one. He leaves a. widow, daughter and son; also a sister, Mrs. James Lelghton, who has long been a confirmed invalid, 'and to whom he has been most devoted; also Mrs. T. Knowles of Boston, Mass. Mrs. K. R. Butterworth of Seattle, Wash,, be sides a brother, Charlo.s Gillespie of Hamilton, Mass. Patrick Rowley. The funeral of Patrick Rowley was, The ("nnmse liielitrnt to funpriil Mor tice Is ninny time n lielivy burden, ne iiirrlnu ns H often ihtfn unexiiectoilly nml nfter Innvr perlniU of lllneNs. It 1 i'mt atrslre t lie knnwn nn eonsldernte In our elmrgeN, nixl pitpeelnlty tlionght. till of the in a iij- rnroN nml r-HiiiNllll-tli's whleli we miiMt lieeenmirll j imsunie on Kinii ore(iln. (It A II AM HAVES, 100(1 'linpel St. ARDJJFJT Mrs, William A Gillespie and family desire to thank the many friends who so kindly extended sympathy during their recent bereavement. .Also for the beautiful lloral tributes. an House By th Genuine Vacuum System and it will be clone 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, Hug, t'nrpels, Fnmltum Cleaned Without ItcmnvHl. TEL. 2700. Bargain Basement Opoii All Day Wodnesdny: Men's t.n0 natural wool TN nKRWEATt at $1 00. Men's $100 natural wool VN PRRWEAU at 75. Men's $100 onmelshnlr ITNDKR WKAIt at 7!. Women's heavy fleeced cotton FNDF.RWKAn at 2!. Women's medium weight TTN PERWKAU at !0. Women's llcrht weight VKPTf, were 13c, at 0. Women's black ml ton HilSR very clastic, worth 12c. at O. Children's fine ribbed cotton HiiPR. worth 13c. at !. Men's MAI.K 1ISR in black cotton, and fancy colors, worth 13c and 17c, at ft?. Silk Petticoats Given Away Wednesday With every purchase of A Woman's TAU.ui:r,r SPIT made on WKON'KSI AY we offer choice of any SILK' PF.TT1 COAT without extra charge. This Is to Introduce our wonder ful values In Silk Petticoats. New Russian Pony Coats for Wednesday sale; prices $57.00 to $10.-. OO. New Caracul Cloth Coats for Wednesday; prices $lf)50 to ijsns ro New Lynx Mutfs and Collar Pointed Fov Muffs and Collars, leading furs at the Horso Show. held from his late resident. 71 W.i ter street, a n d later fr',im St. Patrick's church, where a solemn hi-h mass ,-, f requiem was celeb ate. by Father O'Brien, rather Finnigan was dea son. Hev. Kaf'ier Ma honey, a rela tive, was suh-deaeori. Father Morrl sey was master of ceremonies, and Father PusseM was in the sanctuary. At the offertory Miss Hogan, Mrs. Keegnn, Mr. Iautenbaeh and Mr. Grabh pang "Vcnl .r.'su." At the con clusion of the services "Thy 'ill be Hone" was sting by the choir compos ed of Miss Ann Flood. .Mi.-s Hogan. Mrs. Tohln, Mrs. Keenan. Messrs. Smith. Iiutenbaeh. fb'ttirigs, lirabb. Mr. Howley Is survived by lii. wife and tiie following children: James Thomas V., Benjamin. John. William, Kdward. George and Clarence Howley and Misses Katherine and Ulliati Rowley. Two other children, Annie find Mul ll(, are dead, the latter pass Ing away last, spring. FOR LIBRARY BOOKS Proceeds from Lectures at Cal vary Baptist Church for That Purpose. FIRST ONE FRIDAY NIGHT t'nder Auspices of liibrnry t'oninilitei of Wble S( liool Rev. Dr. Potent First lretiii'er. Next. Friday evening at the Calvary Baptist church will be given the first, of a series of lectures under the au spices of the library cnmifiittee of the Rlble school, planner for the purpose of obtaining funds for new bonks for the library, the lectures will be carried out with the additional motive of add ing something to the intellectual life of the community. The attraction for Friday evening Is a lecture by Rev. K. M. Potent, D. It., with the subject, "The Decisive Rnltle of the Nineteenth Century." Dr. Po teat Is a former pastor of this church and Is now president of Fnrrmin uni versity of Greenville, S. C. Those who heard his brilliant ser mons during his pastorate here, or'who were fortunate enough to listen to him on his occasional visits to New Haven during vacation seasons neerl he told nothing In regard to the treat which Is In store for those who attend this lec ture on Friday evening. For those who have never heard him It will he In teresting to know something of the opinions of those who have heard Dr. Poteat from the pulpit or on the lec ture platform. A prominent clergy man of Atlanta, Ga., has stated, "Put him up anywhere, a.t any time, and with any subject, and I will agree to pay a big price, for every 1 1st loss man, woman or child In the audience." (As information in regard to this lec ture at Calvary Baptist church has heen widely circulated, a, very largo audience Is anticipated. The lecture begin at R o'clock. lAdmlsslon will bo free. A. silver offering will be taken. According' to the records of the In terns! revenue riepfirlinent last inonih, New York city drank fermented li'iunrs enough to give each Inhabitant nearly three quarts, UMIbOR S A BLESSING TO THE MAN WHO SMOKS. (;on inMiiidi? Mi,r, mrr.N tin: si:t;its n,ii niriMiN i ( Ai'si: tii km to imimkt ik. I Kiln I I I. MU)M . We lmvo these 111 MIDDUS for linine anil Killer use, from $3.2.1 to $."n, In OVK, MAlloiiWV. ( lltCASSIW i,m t, mission, WKATIIKUl ,l, clc, redar, aliiniiniiin and copper lined. (Finn present to Rive a man) MaUoon'a Cornar. ROS Chapel St., cor. Orange. SOUTHERN PACIFIC Hairimnn Road Applies to the Stock Exchange to Tut Out $74,R66,40n of New Common. WALL STREET CURIOUS In Nut nrc of n l'orinnlltv to Hetlro l Preferred Sloeli, Put loo. Not i Prrwnt Carrying Out of Anv Other l'lnn. N. w York, Nov. IM - An applica tion was made .i rp.ty by the peuthern I'iieine e..inii:iin- to the Stock Kv chnntre to list f 7 4.5fli'., no common stock, to be Issued fnon time to time to retire a similar amount of out standing preferr.il stock. The com mon stock was authori'eil in 1!04, when the company created nn Issue of $ 1 nn.onii.nnn 7 per cent, preferred stock eonvertlbl- Into common nt the 'option of the bolder. A hol.br of 'i sltlRle share of pre ferred stock had expressed a desire to convert his stock Into common, bene,- it was n...-.-ssry to apply to the Stock Kvehaiie" to have the common Sl,oek listcl. The application as assumed In Wall Sfe.-t to he the MrM step in the loiii;-epectc, llairiman d.-a to re tire ilie entire outstanding preferred stock id' the Southern Pacific, which amounts to the total new stock pro posed. The preferred stock of Southern Pacific pays 7 per cent, annually, and, according to the original agreement. may be rtlivd at the di.-vrotlon of tile company ri' I15 for every JDlrt share, at. any time b.-for'- July 1. It sold tills morning In the neighborhood of 1M on the Stock Krehnnge. This fact caused curiosity as to what would be the next step In tie- company's n adjustment proceniinus. For a long time past rumors have been oil rent that the Southern Pacific would offer to rvtin the preferred stock by the Issue of a bond, biaring 4 or 4 1-2 per cent. Interest, which eventually would be convertible Into common slock.' II was also (bought Hint concurrent with this event the dividend on the common stock might be advanced from the present li per cent, level to 7. .Meetings of the directors of the Southern Paellic and 1'nion Pacific Railway companies were held In the course of the day. Unth were said to be of a routine character. According to an otlloor of the South ern 1'aoilic company, the listing of the additional common slock was to be in the nature of a formality to place the company In a position to exchange the common slock for preferred shares, In ease the holders of the pre ferred should desire lo exorcise their conversion privlh u'c. The common slock was anlhoi ized long ago, in sulticietit amounts to cover the prefer red, but I ho llsling of il had heen delayed until this lime. It was added that Hie action did no) supersede any other plan which tlm management might have In view for the rot I rem cut of the preferred shares. SKYSt RPI,RS WD ART. Municipal Art Society Says Metropolis Needs the lllgli Itiiildlngs. New York. Nov. 24.--A break in the monotony of protest, acainsl high buildings Is furnished by a communi cation to (he board of aldermen from the charter revision committee of the Municipal Art society. After netting forth Hie fad Hint the j destiny of this eily Is to be a great I metropolis, and that lower Manhattan 'must be 'Its focus, tiie oommlltop asks j how this finals may be made adequate. And in answer lo Its own n in si Ion the com rn II tee s;i s : Tall bulliliiu.s, taller buildings, the lalh st buildings that are a! once prac ticable ami tuii-ra lili-, are the most ob vious recourse 1 1 1- nun, therefore, must lie lo encourage .them and work out the conditions under which they may be built, highest with the least curtalluioiil of other essentials - safe ty, air, light, and access. rTSmRSwm KING TURKEY'S REIGN TO-MORROW Will Rule With Members of Court Necessary as Side Dishes, But Prices Will Be High. FOWL PRICES UP TWO CENTS Cost Per Pound IltitiRcs front 15 lo !t'J Cents, Accord liu;' lo Locution of Store nml Quality of ltlrd. The reign of King Turkey will com mence to-morrow when he will rule the boards of thousands of Thanksgiving dinners In this and every other city of the land. There will be lesser lights In the court of King Turkey, such as Prince .Mince l'le, Duchess Cranberry, Duke Duck, Karl Pumpkin Pb, and many other nobles of the court. All of the above dainties, are helnn sold now In vast quantities In every store In the city that trades In them. Prices range largely according to o eallty, customers, and the amount f,f profit, the owners of the store wishes to and can make. Turkey Is two cents a pound more than It was last year In nearly every store. Pp In the Dak street, section It can be had as cheap as 15 cents n pound and In one store for li cents a pound. In the medium-priced phces, prices on the chief viand of Thanks giving dinners range from IS to 2"i cents a pound, while In the more highly priced places pal ron Ized by the wealthy the bird Is valued as high as 30 cents, a pound, the top price Ivhig rents a p-innd on a "few extta choice" tur keys In one store Hence, It can be seen that there Is a difference of li cents a pound hot ho n the prices of the cheapest and the dearest birds of tic breed In town It Is not known Just why one niembrr of the tnrkev clan should be worth so much more than one of his brothers one d1 ab r s i Id that this Is because there Is a differ ence. In turkeys as grent as there Is In diamond, i me diamond of a certajn slo fi only worth fbl while one that Is no larger Is worth $TA There are tas In the one and none In the other. ' In turkeys," he added, "the Whitney ave nue family might find nn Oak street turkey unpalatable, while n ilhetto In habitant would find It a d"Penus feast " iMInce files will eont from S to ;n cents each, depending likewise on make, the amount of rent the proprietor pnvs. and the amount of profit that will sat Iffy him. The hoinep , dlsplsed but ever-atett potato Is taxed at the stores from ev ery conceivable price as each tore scorns to have a different style of measure. Cranberries. Indispensable to the tur key dinner, are sold at from in to 1S cents a ipiat't. Celery costs from S lo IS cents a bunch. Those families that hnv chicken eir duck on the side v ttii their dinner will find It n cent or more n pound higher than a yar ago. Most of the sl-ir-s are charging a few cents over ?. cents a pound for each, but prices range from 17 to 2S cents for each K, nunces of t hose fot I, The nuts, plum pudding, grapes, raisins, and other articles of the "after dinner'' eating are about thesanie prices as usual. The widest range of prices Is In oranges. This fruit costs any where from P) emits a dozen to fiS cents n dozen, ami the latter price Is only for legul ir stock. Pome speelully ordered oratigi s can he had at only 11 cent each. The oranges that can be had so cheaply are small and hard. The ex pensive ones are some of them as big as a cannon ball and lilted with luscious Juices The only real raises In the prices of provision Is on turkey and fowl. This is because the supply has he n small and there have been many troubles In raising the I "mil birds this fall In other parts of the country, hiuvevet, the dealers say flint turkeys are more plentiful and not so i xpenslve, but can not he had from such localities any cheaper here because ef the cost of transportation and the danger of spoil ing. i,i(5i,si(i nii.i si;ri;t 1 1. Lord Voli' In Hi'JitI It ns VIoImIIiir Principles of l:;ciiltj. London, Nov. 24. There wad n re ntal Ua hie Hnthorlnp; of lorda to-ilny In the residence of Lord l.imfulnwno, the leader of the oppoRltlon. Two hun dred members of the npjier house hs flembled to discos' What, the house should do with the llcenslni; bill, The opposition to this measure Is strong among the lords of nil parlies. The resolution carried at to-day's meeting Wfis to the effect that while the unionists lire desirous of proinol Iur teniperniico, It Is Impossible for them to support n measure that vio lates the principled of eipilty, There were only elKht dissenting votes. 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. TheU.NesbitCo. Church mul l'.liu streets, BRANCH STORE, 75 lOilgowinid Au'iiuc. bum it if h to! sxror '. .8.1.1 u&utiitu Proclamation Whereas: There has been appoint ed, for all good men, a day of general Thanksgiving: and Whereas: All people have some 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 having indulged in a Thanksgiving dinner of noble quality We Th ere for e: 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 Individual $ .10 One pound 30 1 wo pound 50 Ihree pound 70 Cuntard Sauce, tins IS MRS. K. N. HARDCASTLE'S Maryland In 1, 2 and 3 pound tins, per lb $ 3fl SAINT IVANS, Imported (English) In China holione pound1 45 MINCE MEAT Each Dozen "T.V. .", quarts, glass, $ 1. 00 $ 1 1 .00 Oneida Community fiO 6.50 Hints for the Menu Virginia Hams Cobnuts and Orcen Walnuts GorgonzoU ond Mar le-dttc Slutted Raisins Chestnuts for Turkey Stuffing French I'eas Carrots, Haricots Mrttssels Sprouts Saltrd Kuts: Cashews, Jordan Almonds and Fecans S ttps worthy of the Feast: S. tamed Okra Clear Oxtail Clear Creen Turtle Russian HiturrJ Clmcnlaien and Hen Rona Tanfrrlnea Idntio Apples florid Pineapple California Seedleaa Lemona Specials for Thanksgiving week PROWBF.S Figs. Old lashioned whole Turkish nebc in a box . . C & W . Florida Grape Fmit, fair size and extra good quality. 17 for $1.00 Imported Malaga Raisins, one pound c.fl1r,on 2d cents Florida Oranges, pot extra large, but ex,r ''"e Doren, .18 cents flrTSr I'AUlFSin Dinner Wines Sauterne. (, Vin de Bnrsac, $ .9 ) Clarel ChRl.HattteRnrde, .90 Dureundv Fomtna d, 1.20 Moselle Jnsephshofer, 1.20 Champagnes Ruinarl, Brut, 2.70 Vol Roger, 1900, 3.10 Kruf, Brut, 2.65 Vueve Clicquot, 2.85 THE beM part of the Dinner (for Male man) comes wiih the Smokes. Have a box of I'lor de Cuba Pcrfeclos to pass mound. They come 25 in a box and cost 1(3 cents each, not 25 cents. jemntsw icw' ivi '' it if it if if if inf is There arc 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. OHN filtBERT SSN, P 0 IS J CHAPE i ai.C'-J Thanksgiving. rinr snpi'ily of li'riiitn wnn tiovf-r lnrfreT eir tniH'i' varied. With every repiirrlnn yenr the ; i m . r 1 1 i i r 1 1 1 In mure rnmiete. I.nnk them fiver, ilene, mul K've ns the order ;if promplly ;m emivetlleiit. ( iill-iif-tnwii orders Iiiivh heeonie n prominent pnrt nf our IiiihI neps vn ptirK thent i'fi refit llv. J B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. ' 'I lie .Mirror Fruit Store. ((mvalTeyMw) l a Flor de Cuba .j..fr.fr.K.'K W' -i i For Thanksgiving A No. 1 POULTRY. LITCHFIELD COUNTY full-dressed TURKEYS, DUCKS, ; ; YOUNG 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 us. Drawn when killed, but heads and feet are on. We recommend them highly. They are from se. lected stock. PHILADELPHIA Capons, Roast Chickens and Squabs. Let us have your orders Tuesday, if possible. I The S. W. Hurlburt Co. j 1074 CHAPEL STREET. Thanksgiving Poultry. HAVE THE BEST. . Yon inn cot It of II. Torn or IMP urn-si lrW p,.m mul r.ml on nle T.,.-e,ln.v morning for tho Thankg1vln(r trad Stock all frrsh killed and sold full dresecd at a little less price tb iiNkcd rlsowlirrr. WE HAVE . 1 xoillrnl (rlcry, Swort J'otntoes. tape i.u iimi nonns. V i-om'plrlo linn of Frefh VpRetable. ORANGES, GRAPES, Etc. J U iTi-rlvc Ornnpr!. dlrrr-t. from Florida. Wo liavp them that cot iww nt 20. 25 nod .!"o V m. Grape Fruit, flo each. Malaga Grape,, ISUr prr Hi. MIXED NUTS. ... , , All new and an assortment "inr. cnumuia Mrnlilo kinds, nt lo per lh. DUFFY'S APPLE JUICE. , iu.ttl.-d In rhnmpticno rtyl. and pint. ninR (,.mrts :tV prr bottle, JS.RO per dozen; pints 2Sc por bottle, $2.25 doiten. WFi BELIEVE ' yon .an have money by buying your Thnnkfglvlng mippUes ot na, I D. M. Welch & Son. FAIR HAVEN NEW HAVEN WEST HAVEN, Wednesday, Not. 2R, '08. RABBITS VENISON--!nTdEtAK!bCL2sOPS MALLARD DUCKS. II L. C. PFAFF 6 SON, The Best Meats ! 7-9 Church Street 1,iH.W ItonslliiK ( hlckfiis, . I.onc Island Owka. Hcese. , .l8o ..ISO . . lP Fowl, frnsh klllrd Ifio lllli llonst I2e I'til Itimst 8ei Hofinl Vcnl I2r. Hound Ktrnk 12o l.oln Strak 1 lo I'orlprlmiisp lfio I'lincy lirrnd Flnur, lins 72c (Granulated Snsar, 20 lh $1.00 I'itus, Mirr:iiitcd, ilo.cn 2flo Ucsl Tf niter H0c Tel. 3590 State 51. 0?.J(niinal-Couriet TURKEYS. A few fine LitchtieM Turkeys, also Ohio scalded and Vermont dry-picked. MILK FED CHICKENS. Another lot just in of those delicious milk-fed chickens, 3, 4, 5 and 6 pounds. DUCKS AND CrEESE. Some very nice ducks and Western and Rhode Island green geese. VEGETABLES, ETC. Fancy Hothouse Lettuce, Tomatoes and Cucum bers, Okra, Green Peppers, Egg Plant, Brussels Sprouts, etc. ORANGES, ETC. Nice large, sweet Florida Oranges, Grape Fruit, and some nice Pineapples, 3 for 25 cents. These are "special." H - H,'K''H, - T ,,. T. mtrtna Telephone 104. SCHOENBERGER'S THANKSGIVING SPECIALS. TURKEYS, I8c up. Sweet. Potatoes, peck..M..M.,M.27il Celery .,,..r Ad Lettuce . , mywewrnwwtt 80 Turnips, peclc. - -' Lemon or Orangf Peel.r.B.M12o Pumpkin and Squash... 100 Prunes, pitted ..'. vr.lOa P.alslns In bul1r.-vrwMiwtv.' So Oranpos, dozen.. rMrnmrlllO Grape Fruit. . wwi Malaga Grapes ...120 Bananas, dozen.. . 160 Tiemons, dozen. . .ISO Mixed XlltS . . t .'..... m,.m: 12 a Extra Choice for Thanksgiving. Kindly get in orders early. Closed all day Thanksgiving after 10 a. m.