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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1908.
iu Tuesday, Doe. lmsiWdlvw,)iA,' Special Prices Wfi are offering on our entire milt lock u straight, 10 ht eenl. diseoiinl iiiphHiin; rni:i: .urat.vnoxs for tlx! next li'ii days. Tlio ni'i'oiiipniiyicis' cut represents a Broadcloth suit, In ono of tlie new ef fects of etitnwny hIJi'I and luond. low pali'li pockets. Tlio original irlco of $18.50 was unusually low, considering stylo and quality, unit now, with llm extra 10 per cent, off, brings die prion down to $10.05. Colors are TSrown, Catawba, AVI.sterla, Caiiiml anil Nuvy, Children's Furs Complcto line of Children's l'urs In sizes Bultahlo for 4 to I t years, .Made from t'k'an, perfect fdtlns, Thibet Lamb, Angora, Mow III on, Kiinmiri', NiKrln, Natural Squirrel, Gray Vox, Musltrat, etc, running' In price, from $1.05 for dainty little net of White An gora to 915.00 for a set of limidsomo Squirrel, suitable for (he 11-year-old. Tho ono best plaeo (o buy Milts. The ono licst place to buy furs. The new B. & I : ' iHip Reducer' People Who Love Flowers. Choice Ferns. Morse i Tel. 5893 . ' Established 1882. JOHN Fur Garments Manufactured workmanship. 739 CHAPEL ST. V.I4 -Set- w' sorosis zru SHOE CO. 4kgj Sorosis Certifi- Good for Shoes csnd & Slippers M Call at our store and tarn about this plan. IS IT ENJOYABLE ? Do ymi llhe to ee older eiile wiih defective lecllif I)n ymi not lliink other WOUld lie IIS lliNll'CNNCll It your were (lint wnyf Now don't lei lliem Bi't lii'joiul tlie In-Ill of n giiml dentist. II one of your (eolli Is missing, If 814 CHAPEL Ml have us liriilue (he space wild one Unit Is Ihc snine cider, mIiiijic nnd size of (lie natural ouo. PHILS. DENTAL ROOMS 701 CHAPEL ST. I, 'OK. f .j.A.j.,j.,',.,;..i.A.H- 1 Jri (; Male C. Richmond, Prest, I.llllan Russell, Secy. FASHION hns put her ban npnn hips. The figure of thin mo ment Is lissome, svelte, and as undeveloped and lack ing In curves as Is possible. J. IIlp Conflner successfully achieves i this effect. It Rives to the figure the willowy Klcnder ness desirable with Empire and classic frocks. The Hip Contlner may be worn over or tinder the corset of tlio medium and extreme length, and Is found beneficial In disposing of the shorter models, while fulfilling the latest dictum of "Madam Mode." E,H. Gorset Unflsrwear Go.,te, one. ci i ri:i fsTRi;i;T. Thone M."l-2. Rooms 200-210. Take Klevalor. ' : Teople who love flowers, love plants, love to see them In the house, oe to sen them grow. To-day for n home plant ferns are very popular. Wo offer a nice assoit ment of Ttoston ferns, Rarrowsll, Whttnianil, c(c, rntiitlnc In prices from 2." cents up. Floral Co. I 37 CHURCH ST' Established 1383. WOLF and Altered. Highest grade Prices right. Over Hull's Drug Store. TAKIXfi HANK'S TKVIT.HATl'HR. Washington, Nov. 30.--Comptroller of the Cnrrer.e.v Murray to-day issued a en 11 on national hanks for a statement of their coiiilliion at the close of bus iness November ;7.. en 1 1 on national banks for n. statement of their coiiilli ion at the close of bus iness November C: fftr r4 M 1 BKCASE: Wat Msm'Jjmms 3 M XMASf .fkruJ Wifl lie ! I by the I 1 enlirefamil. The Co, CHAMBERLAIN crown unci (li'iuiKe M. iiriier, CALL' I OR RITE AT LOCAL THEATERS AT THE HYPERION. Horse Story From One of .loe Weber's Company, Charles .1. lln.'s, ono of tlio slurs of Joe Welier'n travesty company, which eime to tie' Hyperion December 12, I a, great friend of W illiam Dubois, who Is nu eiithnsia.stle Unlit, harness hnrs,. nifin. TIim netor lieim; so miieli :n tlie eouiiany of his friend, the i'eiort g"t round that the comedian himself was something of a hnr.icmnii, al though the latter admits that lie can barely ilisl'ngiilsh a hor.se from a cow. on t lie occasion of a visit, the actor's friend Invited him to vl.slt the track at Belmont purU, where, the champion racer, Pan Patch, whs stabled, A hor.ey looking Individual showed the , ft . few w . 1 "V .TO l S(. In "The Wliehhisi Hour," nt the ' Hyperion. animal to rtoss and expatiated upon hl.i wonderful performance nt r.reat length, using racing terms, which meant llltle or nothing to ltnss, and winding up with the assertion that the horse was a "great actor." Ttoss put. en his wisest look and said "so 1 believe, what a pity he enn't read his own press notices." A" horse dealer approached Mr. Ross the next dny and said he heard the actor wanted to buy a fast road horse. "I have Just the thing you want," he said. "On the speedway he went a mile In :ii!." "I did not know- horpe.s lived that long." responded Ross. "f he went a half mile In 'aft how far ran he go In 1!0S?" The deal was not rinsed. "The WltelihiR Hour." Among the several real bright the atric things hooked locally for tin present Amusement season is' the cel ebrated Augustus Thomas telepathic drama, "The Witching Hour," which comes to the Hyperion December 1, 4 and f, matinee December Btae original Ilaekett theater production nnd cast, mind you, headed by .lohn Mason, who appeared In. the piece un interruptedly for over one year In New York. The Messrs. Sbubert have sent out several companions pshrdl sent out several companies presenting this dm run In nil parts of the coun try the record New York run of the piece called for this hut, the com pany headed this way Is the original IUckitt thiater organization. AT THE GRAND. A Real Drama Willi rt Real l'lot Well lYc-cntcil. A large house was on band to greet the Initial performance of "Tho Olrl of the Kmerahl Isle," last, night. The plot of this play is far above the or dinary, tlie Interest of the audience be ing instantly called forth and sus tained throughout. Stephen Wlngate had fallen 111 In Wales and been nursed hack to health by the daughter of a minister, at whose horns he bad been cordially re ceived. Tho result was Inevitable. Both fell In love and at the death of the father they wore married Just, over the border In Wales, one son was born. A man named Kavarre now appears who persuades Wlngato that the mar riage Isn't legal, according to lungltsh law. Wlngato In the mean time hns been attracted by a rich widow living In London. This outlet to a marriage which has grown Irksome to him Is welcomed. A heated scene occurs between Mr. and Mrs. Wlngate. A separation for twenty years follows. Mrs. Wlngate has changed her name to Wheateroft and her son has becomo an artist. He happens Into Ireland and by chance, comes on the land uf his father, all unknown to either. The widow whom his father has married, bad a daughter before her second marriage and It is with this girl that Hal Wingate falls In love. The pangs of remorse have settled on Wingate and he has begun a search for his former wife nnd son. Mrs. Wlngato gets wind of his In tention and starts to stop It. by mak ing lla.l swear lie will riot, marry Win gate's sleji-daugliter, Phyllis. Phyllis overbears and gives up Hal, this with a broken heart, When they meet again Phyllis still insists on abiding by Hal's mother's wishes and as .Airs. Wingate overheut'H her self-sacrlllce her heart Is turned and she consents to the marriage. She and Stephen Wingate aro reconciled, too. There is a. matinee to-morrow and o, performance to-night and to-morrow night. "Mis Terrible, .Secret." "His Terrible Secret.," Charles K. Blancy's new sensational melodrama of mj story, will be the ultra 'lion at the Orand opera house Tliur.-idav, Fri day and Saturday tills wrel;. It. lias been styled by I lie press, as 111.' mod ern Jekll and Hyde, as i. .vs":nll v, toe great, play of Dial mime greaily having for its principal 1 1 ,i -. i -1 t" ; man who through an acoi d-eit of birth t;: born It ;i I wo souls and i ' lends a. dual life. This play is on' tlie ordinal'), and a ;'ii"i'i Ihiie a:; when the 'hue and cry was r.ihvd against the cheap melodramas 111.' public demanded a In Iter class of plays. Mr. Blaney, ever ready o vatur to Hit; wuiiUi of the dramatic. XV i . t fix I i It ' ft 4 f,fcs 1 IWK'l public, conceived the Idea of vl,sUng I'isi highly Interesting play, feeling sure that It would meet with publle approval and front Its llrst production It Tins been received everywhere by crowded houses. AT POLI'S. A er1v splfiidld bill at Poll's this week (pens with the gjmiiastl.' reals of a i iii mt eveelleiit order, performed by .May Harris and Henry Potter, Their acts are new and unusual. There comes in xt a very pleasant, little playlet, "A Texas Wooing," in which three Indiana take part. Red Kagle and .his family, wile and little child, are most pleturcque, and they very materially aid Charles R Mlddlo ton and Miss I.eora Spelltnyer. The scene i.s pictured on a ranch, and Is very cffi-cllvcly lighted and set. Llr. Middlolon's, .singing is a foal tiro of the act. Watson and the iMorrlasey sisters, novelty singers and dancers, have a lint of good songs and .some entertaining steps of an entirely new order. Jesse l.nskey's name on a bill Is sure to mean something very much out. of the ordinary, and "Hirdland" !;t no dis appoint mem to those who know how artistic Mr. Lasky's productions tire. Continues and scenery are decidedly out of the usual rut, and good songs sung by tine voices make this act one of' the best seen here tills season. .Merrymakers extraordinary are tho (Uto brothers, (lernian comedians. A fat one and a thin one as usual, but yet different. An Intensely entertaining number Is that of Trovollo, tho ventriloquist, who runs an up-to-date hotel, with guests who talk and sing, with servants and a baby, and does the talking both for himself and for them, and the slngln.s too. Wonderful juggling Is done by the Zaneftos, who use glass balls, knives, discs, nnd (laming torches with which to Illustrate their dexterity. An Immense amount of amusement was afforded by one of the trio who caught oranges and apples, thrown from the audience, on the end of a fork which he bel l in bis mouth. The eleetrograph hns pome very At tractive pictures of the liead dresses worn by the women of Itrl'tanny, and some funny ones which tell the story of the hapless hubby. The subscription list makes It possi ble for you to have the seat you want the day you want It you know. Ask about It at the hex ofllce. to rciiR a coi. n in op, ntv Take LAXATIVE l'.HuMci Quinine Tab lets. Druggists refund money If It tails to cure. K W. (SltOVK'S signature is on each box. .25e. SUGGESTS STUDY (Continued from First Tage.) ... the -whole Idea of a prison system should be the reform of the prisoners ami that It Is financially, socially and morally detrimental to the city to re lease prisoners nhen they are ilkely to return to crime as soon as let go. The proposition Is tbnt the city by this work shall study those criminally In clined, be able to restrain thosn who are unlit to be free and who by their freedom would be a menace to society. The principle ef Imprisonment. Is ex pounded as belne that (he criminal Is dangerous to society. The Idea of tho laboratory would be to hold In Im prisonment those who were still rlnn. gerous to soi'lety Irrespective of terms ot imprisonment mete, out In a sen tence. A bill Is proposed for the establish ment of tho laboratory with full equip ment to Include n dire, tor, a psychol ogist, a translator, stenographer and a mechanic to aid the doctor. Put (be letter suggests that a start on n mm.li more bumble scale might he valuable to New Haven. Uestdes sending this let! er fo Vflvnr Martin a similar letter hns been sent to (governor Woodruff, having for Its purpose the establishment of some, such laboratory for the state. Which Broke Out in Different Places -Nothing Would Help Him Mother Almost in Despair Skin Quickly Healed WithoutaScar and Trouble Has Never Returned SINCE USING CUTICURA . MOTHER GIVES IT PRAISE "Several months ago, mr little boy, bow two and a half years old, began to i i. rjf oieuiL imu Willi 5" Jk Itching sores. I tor him, and as soon as I got them healed up In one place tbejr would breakout in another. I was aJtnost in despair. 1 could not pet anything that would help Mm. One even ing I read a tes timonial from a lady who had cured her little boy with Culicura. I began to use the Cuticura Noap and Cuticura Ointment, and after Using them three times, tho sores com menced to hcnl. lie is now well, and not a scar is left on his body. They have never returned nor loft him with bad blood, os ono would think. Cuti cura Remedies aro tho best 1 have over tried, and they are surely great. I Bhall always havo them in tho bouse, bandy, and shall highly recommend them to any ono who is sulfering likewise. I cannot give them too much praise. Mrs. William deeding, 1.(12 Waamugtoa tit., Attica, Ind., July 22, 1007." ITCHING TORMENTS From little patches of eczema, tetter, milk crust, psoriasis, etc., on the skin, scalp, or hands of infants, children, or adults are Instantly relieved and speed ily cured, in tho majority of cases, by warm baths with Cuticura Soup and gentle anointings with Cut.iciuru Oint ment, the great Skin Cure, assisted, when necessary, by mild doses of Cuti cura Resolvent. Cuticura Tiemedles aro guaranteed absolutely pure. Cuticura Soup (25c.) to Ounsi! the Skin, Cull mm ointment (W)c.) to Ileal the Skin, and Out.l euro Resolvent (50e.),(or In tho term o( CDoeoiau i'natnl Pllln, 2Sc. per vlnl ot 60) to Purify the lllooit, old throuunout tlie world. Totter tiruif A l.'tiem, ,orp . Soli i'ropR., Iloflton, Mum, ; Kjruuicd. I ice. Cuucwi lloolt on SLla Dliauts. BABY BOY W raijM AT THE DRUG COUNTER: Quinine Pills, 2 gr 10ns ..18c .Setdlltz Powders, full weight box, llo Rhinitis Tablets, 10ns 2BC Caseara Sagrada Tablets, 5 gr., JfiOs 25c At the Toilet Goods Counter: I'eroxlde Cream, jar 25c Peroxide Soap, cake 25c Cold Cream, lb can 50o Cold Cream, 1-2-lb can 3()o AT THE CANDY COUNTER: Russell's Old-Fashioned Choc olates, lb 20c Russell's Assorted Wrapped Caramels, lb , dOo AT THE CIGAR COUNTER: 1810 Perfectos, 10c value, 5c Gillespie's Drug Store 'IMiime 0(13-1, TM CHAPEL STIlEE'l', (omU Delivered. SCHOOXKK LAW OVKRDl'K. Nothing had been heard up to late last night of the Lyman If. I.nw, tho big fotir-iliasted schooner which Is now overdue at f'.a.ltlmore on a trip from Portland, Me,, which port she left on November 7, loaded with cop per ore. While her owners aro very anxious, they have by no means given up hope, even though the Law has not been reported at any of the coastwise points. t'nder such weather conditions as have prevailed lately It frequently takes a sailing vessel as long as four weeks to make the trip. Coastwise shipping In the past, two weeks has experienced weather that would be likely to retard vessels, there having been long periods of foggy weather nnd head winds. Tt Is possi ble that the vessel may have gone far off her eonr.se ami that she may turn up all right. The Law Is commanded by the veteran t'aptaln Cbattleld of Jewatt City, who has sailed for years In ves sels owned In New Haven. The vessel carries a crew of about ten men. Her principal owner Is the Honefllct-Mnn- son Marine eompnny. The Law Is a vessel of about 1 . " 0 0 tons and was built In West Haven In lRflO. HiRh Grate Phomraphic Fortraits New Studio, Conveniently Arranged nratnnnhle Prices. Tel. 1337-4, 1 101 CHAPEL STREET, Between York and High Streets. Developing and Printing We use the Kodak TanK System of development for both plates and films. which produces a higher percentage of good negatives than any other method. Failures in development do not oeour uocanse a iresn solution or tested tem perature and strength Is used for eaoii roll of film or set of idntes. Wo use "Velox" to make the prints and we cliooso the grade nnd surface Of paper which Is best suited to tha negstlve. If your neicatlvefl are not satisfactory we are only too g;ad to nxsisi yon in maKing correct expos- u I en. Cily Hall Pharmacy Co. NKXT TO CITT HALU KX PFIMKNCK, 11,11 MIS, .VCCKACY, express the secret of my success In proscribing nnd making Kyeglasses nnd Spectacles. C. M. PARKER OITICJST. RI0-A t'hnpcl St. Entrance 810 M!!! HYPERION THEATER WKPNRSliA V. riKfRMBKIt 2. ,1)K WKIIF.irs THWr.STV CO.. lino. I Dlrcot from Jm Weber's Theater, New 1 ork, In Sntlres on tlie Hits of the New York Hensnn. THF, MKItnV oV nml TIIK OFYtl. ( Hy arrangement with Henry W. Snv fiKe. I Bnnk by (leorge V. llohart. Joe Welter, lllnnelie Hlntt, I hnrlei Honk Prlcen: ;ro. to $2. Sent sule Mon day. Carriages at It. HYPERION THEATER.- TrtTTRS, Fftr.. SAT., Dee. 3, 4, B. Wit Ii .Ma tinee Peeeniher R. Sam S. and T,ee Plmbert (Inc.) Present JO!l H ,SON In AngiiHtiiH Thnnins' Cretest Play, "tub i n iiim; hoi h." Two Se.isnnn In New Vork. Trlees: Sot:, to $1.50. Mat. 25c. to $1. Carriages, .10:45. GRAND OPERA HOUSE MO.VDA V, TUESDAY, WKDXESDAY, Tlie Beautiful Itoinanllu Flay, THE GIRL OF THE EMERALD ISLE. Massive Si'enle. Production. Mat. Wednesday Popular Prices. TIIUHSDAY, FRIDAY, SATU11DAY. The Play of Mystery, HIS TERRIBLE SECRET. Orand Klectrlcal Kffccts, Mat. Saturday. Popular Prices. POLI'S NEW THEATER AU, WI'IKK OP NOVEMBER 30. Willy llalliicpM, "11IHDI,A.D." 12 Benin Ifut Fenthered Denizens. 1 3 ninii.Ki'o siM':i,i,n eh Prosenllng a WeMerii Incident Styled "A 'I'eiim WiMiluR," otto into I litmus. fSnnie Iteal Herman Comedy. WntNoti :',iu Xorl.NHey Slslers, Novelty Singers and Daneera, Wll. f OITIT, ', K I "COS, World Renowned .lapanese. Jugglers. i.i. i: riioiii! imi. With 'HaiilesH Hubliy" and "Head liressea In Brlttalny." ROLLER SKATING iwlpho Rink, III MC 11V TTIM tHl.ltdll OI(C.. Sli I l; l, KH ''( I0SIJ W, CIIM-.SDA V, 'I'HIHMIW M a " I Ii II s . Al TT.ll.0o A.U E IJM.Mi, Our Stocking WOMEN'S Women's Silk in Blue, Pink, Red, Violet, Navv. Grav. London Smoke, Tan and White $2.00 Black $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 $2.25 Silk Embroidered $2.50 and $3.25 Gauze Lisle, Blue, Pink, Gray, Red, White, Tan and navy 50c. Mercerized Lisle and Cotton 3 pairs of the 38c kind $1.00 MEN'S Silk in Tan, Gray, Burgundy black Silk IRUO Black Silk Lisle Foot $1.50 Silk Lisle, Cadet, Purple, Black 50c. Misses' and Children's in the best wearing kind 25, 38, and 50c. ONLY GOOD 842 and 846 TTTTTT r TTTTTTtTTtTTtTTTtTT Net Haven ie Coinai! Old Time Wall Papers A collection of valuable re productions of these olden-time wall papers. Come in and see them. Merrels, Cross CONTRACTING 'Phone 839. Modern Decorating f'nlU for original and Individual (rcalment. Don't be snt Islled Willi (lie commonplace, when you ran have your dec ora I big done In a niunnrr expressive of your own ideas decorating (llffcreiit from your neighbors, unique nnd artis tic, and at practically the same cost. We'd be pleased to have you consult m. MONROE BROS., yep a?4V( 1ST Ct-.r mm i 7 '7 U rA suffering to-day Is due to poorly lighted study rooms In their youth. it M Doctor bills a small monthly It doesn't pay to economize at the expense of health" The New Haven Gas Light Co. Salesroom 93 Crown St., New Haven, Ct. LarMWfHW-'i,Mlf'''; 1 " m iiiijllf niiiiiwMai KEY FITTING, GUN AM) LOCKS.MITHINO. Sportsmen's Supply Co., 00 Clmrch St., Basement. E. H. BASSETT, Mgr. Ilio Onlj bhootlnii Gullcry lu Uio City. Department 25, 38, 50 and 75c. and Black $1.50 Green, Garnet, Navy and STOCKINGS Chattel Street TTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTtTtttTt 6 Beardsley, DECORATORS, 90-92 Orange Street. , ? 353 Grown St, 1 i Telephone 2701 t FOR m nip WE A IUIII V KN Father, mother, grandfather, sister, yA brother and every other t 1 member of the family an enloy eras light in the home. Work, reading, or study Is a pleasuro under Its bright rays. . The eve strain from which many thousands of persons are are more expensive than account for good gas light. T1B Nonpareil Laundry Ca' (Incorporated.) HIGH CLaSS WORK 271 Billed K New Ham Con.