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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIEU, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1908.
Tl?easIIopi(0' There's a Reason for Our Big Sale of Suits There's a reason for the great crowd that greeted us today. Our SUITS are different, they reflect the fact that our efforts are not how cheap but how good. Every SUIT is most thoroughly good. It must be built right from start to finish, and materials must be right, and styles correct. SALE, with special discount of 25 PER CENT, from every TAILORED SUIT in stock, will be continued Tuesday and Wednesday. - 4-:- J rui: ;ooi. old, kkliaiilk DOUBLE EAGLE ' io(. sr,(i.vi. "Staple as Sugar" Tills year wo have pneke.1 fur holidny business 40,000 In boxes of 25 secnrx t $1.60 I"'1' '" $1.60 ? Both Shapes-PERFECTO and STUBS. I ootl for t'liristmas Presents M;ile tin your list it ml we will t hoM tho segnrs for you In our X blR lmml.l.ir aKii.iii!t the time T yon wnnt them. ISPS.. EAST HAYEN The Htinunl county meeting of the W, C, T. tT. will be held In yalr-sviUc t -iiinrrnw (YVerlneHdny). Delegates from the local union are Mrs. Henry Clark, Mr. Ella Converse, Mr.'. Ohurles Oulsb, sr. It Is expected Hie president. Mrs. B. ('. S(iK8, will itlsu attend, (ft Virginia BACON to those in the know Is as much of a luxury as Virginia Ham. It comes from the same "Corn-fed-ln-the-field, Peanut eatinjj" Southern Razor back hence a peculiarly sweet flavor. The curing process takes six months and the oh is thorough cured for keeps then laid away in wood ashes from which it emerges looking anything but inviting to outward view, so )ust tell your cook, before she slings it out of the back window, to go ahead and try it for breakfast. Mostly large sides, 5 to 6 lbs. borne smaller strips, 2y to 3'A lbs. 28 cts. pound Cut ll tli In nd don't serve It rey. Fnrt! Nnr lnfrnii.nflv rroiilflr ctialnmern now or Virgin! Bacon and Haras nave (preaumnblv by their cook lady a ordera) returned to us tneir tirst purchase untried - almost unwrapped. J? ft The funeral of MM. Frank Huinmis ton, who died very suddenly Kvldity evening, was held at ber late home In He.mln.swny avenue yesterday after norm and was attended by a large number of her friends and neighbors. Rev, D. J, Clark officiating, the burial being In Green Luwn cemetery. There were many beautiful floral pieces. iMrs. Hummlston Is survived by her hus band, a sou Clnrence Rrown, who for many years has been a caretaker at the Momauguln, and a sister, Mrs. Smith of Long Island. Tuberculosis Christmas Stamps On Sale at Stationery Counter. The Red Cross Christmas Stamps are on sale at our Stationery depart ment. They are on sale at lc each and the money will be devoted to further the work of the Visiting Nurse associa tion In suppressing tuberculosis in New Haven. Use them on your pack ages and letters not for mailing pur poses but to show others that you are doing your part to bring Christmas cheer to sufferers of the "white plague." VWV. MclNTOSH Vll.WS. Rlerrlt Thompson, who spent Thanks giving week at the home of his parents In Brooklyn, has returned to the Home of bis aunt In High street. The Mothers' Sunshine club will meet, with Mrs. LaVson In Sunford street this afternoon. The subject, "What was the flreatest Influence for Good In Our Childhood." will be open to some point from each members. The meet ing promises to be a very interesting one. Slim Vwllence noil Poor Miinngeinonl Detract from Lecture at Hyperion. Burr Mcintosh, photographer, war con enpondettt, nctor, publisher and lecturer, I old a very slim audience at the llyp.'rioi) hist night about "1'p.lteil Mrs. Proiit, widow of Comfort Prout, tiled very suddenly, Monday, at the borne of Mrs. Laura. Howe, where she had been boarding, at the: age of SS years. Mrs. Prout had been In ber usual health until late Sunday af ternoon, when she developed double pneumonia. Vr. llolbrook was call ed, but because of her advanced ag" there was no chance of her recovery, and she passed away about 11 o'clock, Monday morning. The body was tak en to the undertaking rooms of H. W. Crawford, and will be brought to the home of Samuel W. Smith In High street, Wednesday morning, the funer al being held front there Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. States To-day." Some four hundred pictures of ex ceptional beauty and nni'pieness, as one takes for granted In anything i connected with the name nf liurr Mc ; Intosh, were tie.l as a kind of sugar coating within which the lecturer : sandwiched small groups of statistics , or occasional outbursts of eloquence on topics of Immediate public Inter est, Some of the more startling of Mils figures were to the effect that the value of our farm animals and pro duce amounted to nine billion dollars ; or five times as much as the valui 'nil the known ores anil metals in all our mines. u the subject of an In- , creased navy. Mr. Mcintosh tlgnred jthat. If we should spend Jino.onn per ear more upon our navy this would be paying but about one per cent, in- .' siirance on our farming Interests alone. Thomas Llnahan, took place at her late residence, ;0 Lawrence street yesterday momma: at 8::'.0 and reuulcm high mass at SI. Joseph's church at !) o'clock. The Key. Father Harty officiated. The fun eral was largely attended by relative. and friend'. The flowers were very numerous and beautiful. The pallbear ers were Tatrlck Meskell, John Neary, Albert Haley, Michael poody, John Hevnolds and Thomas Stammers. In terment was In the family plot In St. Lawrence's cemetery. Mis ICmlly Asmns of llerhy, was recent guest of friends In toun. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Moblnson were visited by a few of thei,r neighbors a few evenings ago to remind them It was the tenth anniversary of their marriage. They were not empty handed; a tine bread mixer with sum other gifts were presented by Charles ('errisb, sr. An original poem by Mr. Cerrbdi, quite appropriate for the occasion, was read and a thoroughly good time enjoyed. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles (lerrlsh, sr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles (lerrlsh, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred (lerrlsh and son Kenneth, Mrs. Smith, Itay Smith, of Misses Martha, Mary and Harriet Par dee. SYMPHONY Til IS I TKK NOON . Two Novelties "it lite Program New PlatiNl. Tbi.- afternoon In woolsey hall, at 4: a, the New Haven Symphony orches tra will give the second concert of the reason pi the series of live concerts. Much Interest Is felt In the appearance of Miss Augusta Cottlow. the pianist, who will play the Liszt A major con c'crt,. Hoth the pianist and the work Is new. to New Haven. Although Miss Cotslow has played with every Import ant' orchestra In this country several tim.Vs and has played In (iermauy and py.Jbi, this Is her first appearance here. .-'Insularly enough, the Lls.t A major has never been played hem by a noted pianist, for II offers brilliant opportuni ties technically and In the matter of interruption. An orchestral work of the very mod. ern French composer I'ehussy, which hr.s never been played here, is on the piogram and Its performance will be availed with as much interest as is ! the appearance of Mis.s Cottlow. J .Vozatt's greatest symphony the one in (' minor, and Tscliaikowski's sym phonic poem Knmeo and Juliet, with I its beautiful love motif is the final number. ! The Woolsey hall box office will he ! open from II a. m. tlii.-1 morning until I after the. concert begins for the sale I of seats. OBITUARY NOTES Snmitel II. Kit rues Funeral services for the late Samuel 11 Runes were held yesterday after noon from his late home. Interment was In Kvcrgrccn cemetery. In the eight ii s Mr. Haines was elect ed a memoer of the board of councll 'lii n and he also served as a member of the hoard of nldermen. Hartley's Orange Marmalade Direct importation of the finest Marmalade made. Absolutely pure, and as it is made from Seville Oranges, it is quite delicious. The sizes are as follows: Individual jars, One-pound jars, Two-pound jars, Seven-pound cans. Special prices per dozen and case. Vermont Maple Syrup PURE MAPLE SYRUP that is tasty on Pancakes, Buckwheat Cakes and all kind3 of Fritters. As we have had goods from this one maker for a great num ber of years, we know that it is what it presents itself to be. Would like you all to try some. Pints, Quarts, Half Gallons and Gallons. T 1 The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 CHAPEL STREET. Rajah Brand Ceylon Tea Grown on the Island of Cey lon. Put up in one-pound Sealed Packages only. Regu lar price pound 70c. Until fur ther notice reduced to 35c per pound, Among Other Good Things TURKEYS, Etc. A fresh wipi'ly nf rtlre. TvrUyf, Ducts, Gees, Chickens and Fowl tnple slock for MiltflWfl teIer,Hon. WE ."net.t ( elerv, Sweet Potatoes. Car Oanfcerriea, Lettuce, Strtaf Benin. A complete line of Fresh Vegetables. ORANGES, GRAPES, Etc. " We receive Ornnpes direct from Florida, Wn hare them that cot swH at 20, 2. nnd 30c per dozen. Grape Fruit, Oo each. Malaga Ginp 12'ic per lh. MIXEJJ JNU1H. All new mid an assortment tnnc contains a iuro iiuvuiv . Minnie hinds, nt l!Sc per lh. DUFFY'S APPLE JUICE. . , l-.frtil.Ml In duimpiisne, style, qnar, ..,. , Vn.6il. (I.tiirls S.-.c per bottle, $3.50 per dozen; pluta 2oc per bottle, J2.-5 dotea. D. M. Welch & Son. A TfTJlT FAIR HAVEN NEW HAVEN WKSl nAV&n ( uowns i ;.ioy sk tivc. ,iiv Hint the .'e;isnii Is rounding In Tnll swing the crowds at. the Quinni pinr rink ere Increnslng nightly nnd th colossi ring of laughter rolling mmiMtiny v.. ..,,,,. of ,,.. ,,,. A ! tli,. Int.- i-nt lusliist (inxtous to get ,. ,. , . . , the tl:it'-s on ;ig;iin find Jnln the hiipiy throng. Wednesday night will be con fetti niulit nnd tr im now .m the nntti :itt''ni''nt inti'iids 10 inlrodnee a nw f.ntnro ri":iihir!y mid It is exp.cfd tliat the hiv.gvst -killing crowds ever seen in this -i t will crowd the rink. VI. is survived hv Ills hlldreii. V're.lerick K Me was n F. and A. wife and Harnex of M i t!ir ' Peterson, N. .1., pr. Wllllnm S. , Harnes and Miss Ida Humes of thl. i 1 1 v . He nl.so leaves n hrother, I'hat les I H. llarn.-s of this city. THINKS II 1 1,1, Wll.l. WIN. PRIZE WINNER. K you wriiI b prize winner then bnj a C'onllticntnl Automobile. Tills enf holds (be silver cup for llrsl prize In the 1,000-mlle Henleil-bonnct contest fnr ;:jieed and diirnbility. The Conli dental car In recognized as one ot (lie great Nticcessfnl iiiiudilnes In tbc coun try. If yon wnnt one leave your order nt once orders require lit least six weeks (o llll. We would be pleased to (jive demonstration anj time. T(i3 Continental Automobile Kianfg Co. 121 Olive Street. 'Phone 5232-2. I STEAM HEATING. We are equipped to install Steam, Hot Water or Hot Air JLJLJLi. V X A-JJLVtsJ For Stores, Offices or Dwellings, with full guarantees. ennl. ir Ittillcrwortli Confident Inline Will Meet Him. I.cls S nulor Frank S. Hutt.-rworth re turn.. from Washington yeel'-rdny af ter seeing ('..ngi-eesman Hill in regard t.. Hie lattr's senatorial .amass in this slate. Senator Hutterwnrth said that Ciineresrman Mill If growing in strength all the time and lliat lie thinks he will win out when the mat ter ennieS 111 a vote at the Il.'Xt SeS- si.m of the . gislalnfe. , lie said that if the nialter were put to popular vote there would he j no doubt of Mr. Hill's eleetlon and j that he thought that the legislature I would respect the wishes of the pen- j pie. Washington is greatly in favor ! of ( 'otigi essnian Hill, who Is in a. -.or. I with the incoming administration. Catherine. Ford. The funeral of Hie late Catherine, d.'iighter of panic nnd 1'atlierlt!" Ford took place from her late lmni, 72 pul sion street yesterday morning. A re .iiletn high mass was relehrated at St. Mary's church. Mrs. Mary Cntmblln. The funeral of Mrs. Mary ( 'miglilln, wlilow nf the lute John t'ouglillll. was In Id from the residence of her daugh ter. Mrs. Mernar.l Mnhey. K lllateh ley avenue yesterday morning. fie Hilieil! high mass Was relehrated nt SI. Francis' church at S o'clock. Mr ni:i ori; in-x'unxfi cam. ami si;i, oih kxhibition. THE COE k COLEMAN CO.. 970 Chapel St. I X ' '4...4.4.HHww, TO-NIGHT tlfir OKI KI K I'OK ANNAI'OI.IS. Committee TcIN V. 1). Spcrry lie Fuss es tin' ItcM l',amiiinllon. " The report of Hie committee of ex aminers handed to Congressman X. P. Sp. fry cslerdny. gives F.dward .1. o'Keefe of 104 Fd wards street, as the highest sland man in the preliminary examinations for appointment as an Annan. .lis candidate. Th examina tions were Ivdil in Alumni, hall last Saturday and Professor Andrew V, Phillips was chairman of the exam ining committee. c. says that (I'Iseefe's paper, .specially In mathe matics, Is one nf the highest he has ever seen. Tin. llrsl alternate Is llchmoti.l Trumbull Hihson of IS Trumbull street, and the see.uid alternate is Raymond Arnold pemlng of Port land. The third alternate Is (iustave A. Kelmanii of Xew Haven. Mary Caniplu II CfTord. Funeral services for the late Mary Campbell t'ffor.l. who .lied at her home Sunday In the filth year of her age, will lake place this afternoon. The services III he private and only tiie immediate relatives will lie present. Tin Mrs. Tlmolbv Mnhoncy. funeral of Mrs. Timothy Ma- honey look place Sunday afternoon at her late residence, 87 Market direct and later at St. Francis' church where the services were read by the llcv. Father Sheehati. The flower bearers were John Kgan. William Highland and Timothy Sullivan. The pall bearers were .Icromlah Murphy, John Mah.mey, John llrown. John Metlrath and John Sullivan. The funeral was largely at tended and Interment took place In the family plot in St. Bernard's cemetery, Mrs. Mary Mnahnn. The funeral of Mrs. Mary, widow of DEATH. Clean House Ily the prop In for u moment and try a cup of our oyster bouillon or hot choco late. The place Is invltlnc, with little tnhles nnd nttenthe service. OYSTER BOUILLON FIVF. CENTS. Tills Is new nud nice Only place in town thnt serves It. del in the habit ,,f colilhlK 111. on (let great value for jour money nnd you will be pleased. HOT CHOCOLATE TEN CENTS. We could nuike "hot chocolate" for five cents and make a profit on It. This chocolate costs us more than that to mnke. We fhlnk It's the llnesl chocolate in this city. Try It. 29 Church Street, near Poli's. Miss K. Keating, Manager. Genuine Vacuum System and it will he 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. THE Vacuum Cleaner Co. Hugs, Carpets:, Furniture Cleaned Without Removal. I'l.AliKK In Wesl Haven, November Wilbur llawes Clarke, age 71 , ears. 1 1 months. 1 1 days. I'lmcinl services will be held at Ills late residence, MS Savin avenue, Wednesday morning. Peeeniber 2. at in ..'clock Friends United. Inter ment at W. ...sler. Mass., In the aft ernoon, .lilt rrpM'T-ln Fust Haven, Conn.. Novem ber an. ' Sarah, widow of the late Comfort Prout, In the M'lh year of her at'1'- Funeral services will be held at the residence of Samuel A, Smith. High street. Wednesday, Heeeinher 'J. at 2 n'clork. Friends Invited. .1111 Sllli'M AN Suddenly, 111 Mils city, No vember 29. 11108. Richard P. Shlpniaii, aged nr. jears, 7 months. 'Jl? days. Kuneral services will he held at his late residence, It IJndeti streel, Wednesday aflemoon at 2:Hn o'enlek, t'r'ends are invited to allend. fit U KH(ININUF,ri-ln New York, Joseph Sli.piilriger, son of Mr. n.nd Mrs. R Shnnliiger of New Haven, entered lull) rest nn November 30, 1 flf'S. Notice of funeral heral'ter. .11 II If You Enjoy A delicious cup of Formosa Oolong, or a mellow cup of Japan, or a llnvory cup of Ceylon, or a strong dtp of English Breakfast, no matter which, we have a complete Assortment, of all New Seiisoti's Teas. John fiituivRr CJ Vi CHAM l f . C 1 Fine Selecfion, 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, I M H M I I 1 1 1 1 Home-Made SAUSAGE SAUSAGE MEAT ii L. C. PFAFF 6 SON, The Best Meats f 7-9 Church Street. Telerrtione 1046. SCHOENBERGER'S Headquarters, 86-96 George St. Do You LikePig Pork? If so, we have plenty of it on hand. Fresh Pig Ham to bake -Fresh Shoulder -Loin of Pork 12c. 8c. 10c. We Sell Diamond Salt Cos Cooking and Table Salt. Come in and ask us how to get a Cut Glass Salt Shaker FREE. THE F. J. MARKLE CO. The Rl flesh it Co, t'hnrt'.li ami lTni Mreets. BRANCH STORE, 1!75 Ktlgewood Avenue. FOR ONE WEEK 33 l-3cpcert Discount The fnpens,. Ineldeitt t funeral ser vice In many lm hr.rjr hnrtlen, eiirrlnB nn I often de tmetpeetetlly nn.l Bflrr lenot perlnrt of lllne. t l put nlr n he known rniilnrni In our ehHrgeK, nnrt rupeelnlly tho.iKht. fill of Ilie iiiiiny enrew nnrt rPMinnll)lll e which vie iniiitt neeesnnrlly nnninie on "iieh oeennn. nntIMM 1UVF, 10tm rhupel Jit. TEL. 2700. I mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Our Fruit Supply fltir supply .'f Vrnltr wn nevr iHt'B'er or more fi t-1 fl . With everv reetirrltiR yettr the hskoiM ttient I -s ni.ire rnmplele, liO.iU them m-m1, plntue, Htid Rive us the nr.lef n pr..rn.tl.v ;is convenient. ( int-of-town onlerx liavn heeotne a prominent piir!. of "tir lni;'i-iiphs--... pn.'li llietti carofitlly, J. B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. The Mirror Fruit St'r, On All Dutch Bulbs. A fine assort- nicnt still on hand. THE FRANK S. PLAIT CO. C50-35G STATE STREET. M.AH CHAFfciT