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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1008.
i"MM'!"H"M', Thun-duy, .w Store Closed jijVBIBllfklSn'LACIte 'rhone 4451-2- Established 1882. JOHN Fur Garments Manufactured workmanship. 739 CHAPEL ST. CHOICE CUT FLOWERS FOR THE THANKSGIVING TABLE. Morse Tel. 5393. 0L Tha Continental Automobile Manfg Co. 121 Olive Street. Estimates given on repairing, upholstering furniture, making over carpets into rugs and mak ing over mattresses. Reliable work and fair prices. FURNITURE STORED 'PHONE FOR PRICES. TheCSiamberSain00' frown and Oranye St. Corner, Open Sat. Kvc. Handsome Mint of New Mission AluutelH on Show, nuioi'jAcr, ;ooits Xuv. 20, '08. H. 708-8UU-8O;! ClIAI'll- S'lltliKT. Attractive Showing of Ladies Outer Garments and Ladies' Fine Furs Will Be Offered Friday All Day To-day Mato C. nichmonfl, Prest. Milan Itussell, Secy, B. & J. Lace in Front Corsets Has been designed enpecuilly to rroduce on all type of figures the effect of flexibility, together with the to perlng waist, sloping hips and natural shaped bust. The laces run freely over hearings, and the corset fits and feels Dice a silk glove, There are models to suit every type of figure $1.00-88.00. Also La Orecqun rnd C. H. a la Fplrtte Corsets. Corsets Cleaned and Repaired, 75o up, E. & B. GersBt-Unflerwear Co, lie. o.-.n rii wrii sTitrirr. Rooms 209-210. Take Elcvntoit Established 1883. WOLF and Altered. Highest grade Prices right. Over Hull's Drug Store. To the most sumptuous nnd elaborate or the most humble nnd plain dinner flowers Import a charm. To ninny iho table never seem set without tliem. We fur nish every variety of cut flowers nt very modest prices. Floral Co. 37 CHURCH ST. r PRIZE WINNER. If you want a prize winner then buj n Continental Automobile. This cur holds tho silver cup for first prlzn In tho l.OOO.inllc sealed-bonnet contest for rpeed and durability. Tho Conti nental ear In recognized as one of tho (treat successful machines in the, coun try. If you want one leave your order at once orders require at least six weeks to fill. We would br pleased to the demonstration an) time. 'Phone 5232-2. IE REPAIRED and TORED ALL READY FOR THANKSGIVING (Continued from First Page.) record until two husky Yale, men tiki fl n a (lying tackle and pinned him down. So all Is ready for the day of feasts and oven the poorest havo been pro vided for. And we havo something to lie thankful tor In Unit the thermome ter Is not likely to rls? above eighty degrees. The City as Host, As a host, the city of New Haven dues Well by its guests In (ho various institutions on this day of thank fulness. Turkeys and chickens, with all tho fixings, pumpkin pies and all the. rest will gladden the hearts of the city's unfortunates. At most nf the Institutions thorn will lie no fixed pro gram of exercises, but all will cen ter around the, dinner, All morning the. delicious whiffs from the. kitchen will furnish a topic of unfailing In terest, which will lead up to the grand climax at noon. Jt has been whisper ed that at one of the institutions where Incarceration Is finite generally a. matter not to be desired, them are a number of regulars whose steps are magnetically turned In that direction with the aid of the city court about this time, of the year. At the jail mine host Sheriff Hugo will provide a menu of frlcaseed chicken, mashed potatoes and turnips, boiled onions, mince pie, cigars, candy and cake. Next to freedom, what more could bo desired ? IH tho County Homo tho tables will groan under turkeys and all tho accom paniments, real pumpkin pie and or anges. Under the auspices of St. An drew's chapel exercises will lie held in the morning at 10 o'clock. The day will he observed as a holiday at Pprlngslde, no work beyond what Is absolutely necessary being done on the farm. The Inmates will be served with a. menu consisting of chicken, cranber ries, mashed potatoes and turnips and pies, with candy for the women audi children and cigars for the men. The Orphan asylum will have to make the best of Its seml-quarantlno by having an unusually good time with games and other amusements nnd, best of nil In the eyes of the little "kiddles" a, dinner that fairly makes their mouths water In anticipation. Tho dinner will consist of chicken and cranberry sauce, with lota of vegeta bles and ending off with oranges and lee cream. line of The managers of the Home for the Friendless yesterday presented the home with a phonograph, to which the Inmates listened last evening with great enjoyment nnd which will today add much to their Thanksgiving. There will he a turkey dinner, with fruits nnd Ice cream for the 111 Inmates and offi cers. Tho City ns Unit, The oflleors nnd helpers nt the City Mission spent a busy day yesterday giving their usual thanksgiving assist ance to tho poor families of the city. Mr. .Mossman reports that this year more supplies have heen received than ever before and that at the same time, considering how hard the times have been, the number of appeal for assist ance has been remarkably small. The provisions sent In by the schools went a long way toward supplying the needy families; nnd the children of the Center church Sunday school helped a number of families. At the mothers' meeting yesterday nfternoon there were about -1f0 present, nnd to the IH of these who are regular attendants pack ages of garments and necessities were given. A Thanksgiving service was held at this meeting with the singing of appropriate songs. In addition the city missionaries have heen able to ren der assistance to some forty or fifty families and will continue their dis tributions today. This morning nt the city Mission there will be a pentooo.ttal meeting at 10:30 which will be addressed by Rev. Mr. Pinart of Maine. fn the evening there will he a praise service In the lec ture room conducted by Mr. Mosnnan nnd H. R Wlnohel of Town. The Organized Chnrltlcs. A large quantity of supplies was sent to the Organized I'hnrltlos by the pub. lie schools, consisting of vegetables, fruits, jellies and groceries. This was divided up and 7 1 1 1 Into large bags, which were distributed among About 100 families. Clothing, shoes nnd some money were also received nnd will be distributed later. At tho V. V, C. A. The Assembly hall nnd reading room of the Young Women's Christian asso ciation will be open Thanksgiving af ternoon nml evening from 3 to it for any young women In the city who wish to come tlmre. The officers of the as sociation will be present nnd give all a cordial welcome. Tea will be served, anil lho:;e who have no friends In the city are especially Invited. Church Sort Ices, '.Many of the churches of the city will hold Thanksgiving service this morn ing, nit hough many people have ceased to regard the day as a holy day. There will be communion In most, of the Kpls eopnl churches In the early morning. Although Thanksgiving day Is not on the Catholic church calendar, their members are urged to attend services on that ilny In especial Thanksgiving for the blessings of the year at ft. Mary's church. At S o'clock In tho morning I hern will be a special mass. I There will be a union Thanksgiving j day meeting of four Howard avenue churches nt the draco M. K. church i tills morning at 10:45 o'clock. The ser mon will be preached by Rev. Freder ick Saunders. The churches to unite will Include the Howard Avenue Con gregational church, the Howard Ave nue iMelhodlst Kplscnpnl, the draco Methodist Kposclpal and the Howard Avenue Haptlst. Kind Church of Christ, Scientist, will ' hold a Thanksgiving service nt J n : :;o a. m. In Republican ball, Temple and Crown streets. ' liiddeu text : "Ye shall have a, song, as In Ihe night whun a holy solemnity Is kept; and gladness of heart, as when one goclh with a pipe to come into the mountains of the lord, to the mighty ' if Israel." Isaiah, So :!'!. The Second Chllivll or I 'lll'lsl. Scien tist, will hold a Thanksgiving service- In Warner ball, lull Chapel street, on the subject. "Thunlisglv lug." A union service of the Fair Haven church, s will be held at the draml A v ; i iiuc t 'ongrega 1 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 church, a I which J lte-v. Mi: TulUi' wl' the Kant .IV111I preach the Street iM. E. church will sermon at 10:30 o'clock. Salvation Army Dinner. At the Salvation Army hall 700 poor children will be treated to a Thanks giving dinner, for which the army has been making collections for several days past. The Christian Army will also spread a dinner for 500 children at the hall In Kxehiingo street. Last evening the army gave tin entertainment to the children at 45 Charles street. School J'uplls Give. The pupils of the public schools nf the city have done their share and more than their share to bring the cheer of Thanksgiving to hundreds of needy homes throughout the city. It was a good lesson in the value of or ganized charity to see the long lines marching past the barrels, each schol ar dropping in his small contribution, and then to see the total amount and the number, of families assisted. The regular exercises In all the schools closed at about 11 o'clock yes terday morning and the rest of the session was taken up by the Thanks giving exercises. In some of the high er grades the proclamations of tho president and the governor were read, while In the lower grades e.nd kinder gartens the children listened to Thanksgiving stories and made, fancy baskets and other souvenirs. Just before tho closing lime the marches took place, The articles col lected were divided up Int.) parcels and distributed by the larger boys to families In. the different districts whom they knew to be in need. In most of the districts, the supplies more than went around and the re mainder was sent for distribution to the Organized Charities and City Mis sion. At Strong school the collection amounted to 2!) bushels of potatoes, 12 bushels of apples, 30 bushels of miscellaneous groceries, nearly 3 tons of coal, nnd $12.85 In money. From this amount thirty-five families have received a bountiful Thanksgiving supply, and a large amount has been turned over to the charity organiza tions. At Woolsey school the collections came to about one-third as much ns nt the Strong school. The pupils of the Seranton street school collected 10 bushels of pota toes nnd a ton of coal, not to mention chickens, cranberries, apples, oranges and lots of the kind of cookery that only mother can make. The largest purse In cash collec'ed by any school was by the pupils In the high school. The total amount was $2fifl.lS. This, It Is estimated, has sufficed to provide 127 families with a dinner. fn the Eaton district, where most of the pupils come from poor families, about $18 was collected to buy shoes during the winter for needy children. In addition to the 10 bushels of pota toes were distributed among the fam ilies of the district. The Winchester district was anoth er which donated several barrels of provisions do charity organizations. In fart all the districts of tile city had much the same report to make, contributions enough to supply nil families known to the children or teachers ns being In need nnd enough left over to assist the city organiza tions materially in relieving tho po.ir. who feel their need on such a day more than any other. And not nlone are these offering marches valuable In helping the poor, but thny nlso In culcate In the children ft fine spirit of giving and charity. SUCCESSFUL ORATORIO rxcellent Work of Frederick Weld In Wnterbury. Still another brilliant success was added to the history of the Wnterbury Oratorio society In the fall music, fes tival which was held nt the Bucking ham in Wnterbury, consisting of two concerts, one in the nfternoon nnd another In the evening. In the even ing, under the leadership of Conduc tor fleorge K. rtovd. the members of the oratorio society rendered Ooun od's "Faust," assisted by Mme. Marie Stoddard, soprano; Miss Margaret Keyes, contralto; Henri d. Scott, bass; I'anlel Heddoe, tenor; Frederick Weld nnd Harry H. Smith, baritone. The Victor Herbert Orchestra, numbering 45 men, was assisted by R. A. T.nslett Smith nt. the piano. Ono of the most pleasing features of the evening was the excellent Im pression created by Frederick Weld, the New Haven baritone, who sang the role of Valentine, His work was excellent throughout the performance more especially In his opening eavu tina. and the denth of Valentine, nn exqulste scene to which he gave full justice with excellent vocalization. Ennutrh cannot be said of Mr. Boyd's conducting. II, was marked nt all limes by the excellence of the profes sional, and showed the months of study and labor which he had evi dently put Into It. The climaxes were excellently handled nnd his shading of both the Instrumentation and chor us work was most, admirable, To his labor nnd perseverance more than anything else must be nltrlhutod the material success of tho festival while to his work as conductor last even ing tho artistic success Is surely due. STEEL MEN CONTRADICT Declare I'nauimously Against Carne gie's Views on Tariff. Washington, Nov. 2H. Andrew Car negie, his wealth, bis views on the steel tariff and his assert Inn that It costs less to produce steel In this conn try than abroad, ottered a futile field for the Interrogii I ions of the ways and means committee of tho house to-day. The, tariff Inquiry on I lie mel.i.1 sche dule produceil several surprises, not. the least nf which was the voluntary dec. duration by several manufacturers of lien and steel products Unit, their In dilstry could stand a reel net ion In duly, The steel lull men disagreed entire ly Willi Mr. Carnegie's views as c prssi'ii In his widely discussed niagn..lne article favoring n, reduction on rails. I " i , 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 m I y they declared that. Mr. Carnegie had been out of ihe steel bust, ness so long that bis testimony was mil valuable. - I'll, l,S ( t 111,11 l II 'I'll I I l N, r.;i OINTM ISN'T is guaiaiilecl (., ci, re ,iii' ci:-e of lldilng. lillid. Hlccl lug or I'roi rudlui; Piles in ij fj 11 days j m imim'Y refunded, IdJu. Uj Jft DRUG COUNTER I Quinine Tills, 2 gr 100s 18o Seidllta Powders, full weight box, llc Rhinitis Tablets, 1 00s 25c Cnseara Sngrada Tablets, 6 gr., 100s ,. , ,25c At the Toilet Goods Counter : Teroxldo Cream, Jar 25c rcroxlde Soap, cake 25o Cold Cream, lb can 50c Cold Cream, 1-2-lb can 30c AT THE CANDY COUNTER: Russell's Old-Fnshloned Choc olates, lb 20c Russell's Assorted Wrapped Caramels, lb 40o AT THE CIGAR COUNTER: 1810 rerfectos, 10c, value,,.. , . 5c Gillespie's Drug Store Plume 11(13-4. Ml CIIAI'Kli STUEET. (;oniln Delivered. CONTRACT LABOR VIOLATION FOUND Fifty-three Carpet Makers Un lawfully Employed at New York Mills to Be Deported. FURTHER ACTION LIKELY I.nrgo Percentage of (100 Tapestry Workers nt Flrthcllffe Snlrl to Havo Trained In rtrltlsh Mills. Washington, Nov. 25. A sweeping deportation of violators of the contract labor laws hns been ordered by the department of commerce nnd labor. Fifty-three persons, either contract laborers or dependents, wdio came to this country under an alleged unlawful arrangement with the Firth Carpet company, located nt Flrtlicllff, X. Y., must return to their homes In England and Scotland. The enses of many others are under consideration, The depart nient of justice has the prosecution of the Firth Carpi t company for viola tion of tho contract labor laws under advisement. It was charged In a report to the department of commerce nnd labor Inst June that tho Firth Carpet com pany violated the contract labor law The department, In a statement to day, says tlint, nfter examination of various employes of the concern, it was convinced that wholesale Impor tntlons of laborers had been effected. In course of the examination some half dozen nllens arrived at New York, all destined to Flrthcllffe. They were ordered to be deported. Sub sequently, on tho report of the Inves tigating officers, eighty-eight persons were ordered arretted. They Includ ed contract laborers and their Imme diate families. Flrthcllffe Is a smnll vllage in Or ange county, New York. Practically the only Industry Is the Firth Carpet company employing about 600 men. Tlv president and the principal owners are said to be Englishmen, who are Identi fied with similar concerns in Great Britain. A large percentage of the em ployes of tho concern are experienced tapestry workers who have received their training in F.ngllsh nnd Scotch carpet mills. The department claims In Its state ment that the works of the company show that from 1(i: to 100s over $1,411) had been advanced to aliens to enable them to emigrate to Flrthcllffe. A Reliable Remedy FOR Ely's Cream Balm Is miicklv nlnnrhprt Givos Krlict at Once. It cleanses, soothes, henls nnd protects the diseased menu brano resulting from Catarrh and drivel aw.iy aCold in thnilond quickly. Hestores the Senses of Tadn and Smell. Full siwi fi cts. at. Druggists or by mail. Liquid Cream Balm for use in Atomizers 75 otn. Elv Brothors, fifi Warren Street, New York. High Grale Photographic Portraits New Studio, Conveniently Arranged, reasonable Prices. Tel. I al 3 7 -4. IIOI CHAPEL STREET, Bet ween York and High .Streets. Developing and Printing Wo use tho Kodak Tanli System of development for both plates and tlhns, which produces a higher percentage of good negatives than any other method, f'allures in development do ,ot ooutir coeause a trosh solution of tested tem perature and strength Is used fur each roll of II I m or set of plates. Wa uso "Velux" to make tho prints and we choose I he grade and surfaeo of paper which Ih best suited to the negative. If your negatives are not satisfactory we am only too glad to uaslst you in making correct expos ures. City Hall Pharmacy Co. NEXT TO CITY 1IALU KXPKICIF.NCK. I ( II.ITIKK, (Tli.YCY, cypress Ilio secret of my success in proscribing and making lOyeglasscs and Spectacles, C. SV1. IPARKER OPTK'IST. 810-.V Chapel til, UnU-unctj 610 14. Men's Cushion Men's Vici Kid Cushion Sole Shoos. This descrip'don of a shoe may not have much effect on the layman, because he does not stop to think what Cushion Sole Shoe means; but if you could hear what some of the men say who are wearing' our Cushion Sole Shoes you would give the matter consideration enough to investigate, and that would mean you can have a pair of shoes with Pelt Insoles that will not hurt your feet from the first to the last step you take. You will not need to limp with new shoes. ' SEE WINDOW NUMBER 3. ONLY GOOD SHOES 842 and 846 it. Ml 111 18 Free Saturday Free One nf these heavy silver-plated, gold-lined Iton-Kon Dishes. Five Inches Wide, Three Inches High. tiWttk&$r.vt v: ,-' 1 h lift J? ' t He Will he jrlvcn away to every purchaser of a pound of onr fa- ! nious FENWAY CHOCOIiATFS nt 0 cents. Only one to a cus- T tonier. See them In our window. X E. L. Washburn & Co. J 61 Center St. Telephone. 84 Church St. i Old Time Wall Papers A collection of valuable re productions of these olden-time j wall papers. Come in and them. Merrels, Cross CONTRACTING I 'Phono 839. , I odern Decorateig X Calls for original and individual treatment. Don't he sat- T Inlled wllh the commonplace, when you can have you r doe- uniting done In a intiiinei' expressive of your own Ideas ? (lecoiating (IIITcrcnl from your neighbors, unique and arils- t tic, nml nt practically the saino cost. We'd ho plcnxcd to X 1 in mi you consult us. 1 MONROE BROS., KEY FITTING, (iI!N AND l.OCK.SMlTIUNi!. Sportsmen's Supply Co., 5D Church St, ltaHcmeut. E. H. BAS3ETT, Mgr. Tho (July Hhoulliis Uullory in Ihu City. if ' Sole Boots AND STOCKINGS Chapel Street: St OA seo 6 Bcardsley, DECORATORS, I 90-92 Orange Street, f, i 353 Crown Telephone 2701. TilB M Nonpareil Laundry ca' (Incorporated.) HIGH CUSS WORK 271 Cialcbley h jaw Him 'Jo it aif