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THE MORNING JOURNAL. COURIER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1908. 8 New Haven's VTost Reliable Store Why Not a Handsome New Rug When You Can Save So Much By Buying It In This Sale ? 1 pi Body Braiseli Rags, lize 9x12. tht best qtiality, rich pttterni, regular price $27.50 , Special for $14.75 Blgelow Axminiter Ruffs, size 9x12, rich patterns, all new Russ this seaion. Special for $21.98 The Tery best Blgelow Wil tonssize 9x12, any quantity of patterns to select from, the latest designs in small pit terns, or medallion center. Your choice $32.50 Also 8-3x10-6 in the same pattern as above, for $31.50 Kashmere Rugs, size 9x12, all Oriental patterns. Special for 111.80 6x9 in the same patten. Special Price $6.2$ All-wool Smyrna Rnjs of the very best quality; Size 36x72, for J4.50 Size 30x60, for $3.50 $ize 26x54, for $2.75 Size 21x45, for $1.98 Bigelow Wilton Runners ilze 3x12, the finest Rur made 1b America. Special $17.50 Tho same Runners la dif ferent liiti; Size 3x9 feet, for $13.89 Size 2-3x12 feet, for $13.69 Size 36x72 inch, for $7.98 Size 36x36 inch, for $4.75 Size 27x54 inch, for $4.49 Site 22x36 inch for $2.89 If you 0y isfaction of late, try a pair of ZTiJif Shoe For women J; WS You'll wear them for ever after. Alwayi $3, $3.50 and $4 THBHIH1 nWItlDATOS MRVTIOM'in Th hn(rr nn at vnrlnim eafe entl other resortn arp already talking; about republican candidate for the HOTELS AND Opposite Orand Central Station NEW YORK CITY. v ROOMS $1 a DAY and UPWARDS HnKizasr lo nml frnm flt. flnll free. Konrl 2-i"ent (tump for Kw York OltJ ifiilflelinult n ml Mnp. NEW DURANT HOTEL. Cur. ..o and Whiting Streets. Booms voc, $1. Meals 35c. Newly-furiilslo'il, up to date throiiR'lioiit, Tel. aosn. Rooky Top, Mt. Carracl I,(K, ( 'Mil S I'-OI! II !', NT. Fine wjiter nml :i vii I hie full line of choice dble. il piar" for puny farm supi'HcM Hotel offer? dinners. -Jcl. 5!J7-I2. Mrs. A. Wliinian. HANDY'S New Davenport Hotel AhnlKleil Kunnieii.li I'hin. f'olcliiiiat Ion lo'i'iikfiist ''. Hiisl liess Men's lunch inc. Mlnncr nl nlc'hl fotc, A l,i carle wviw all ilay "iiHl 12 p, in. Music by Prof. Sjiivn kowskl eveiiliigc Tiini' pri"in ntv la aolieltcd. eati.-ta.ctlon gu.uMiiteed. GRMD UNIQFJ HOTEL G. BEFORE ever this Rug news reached you the Rugs be gan to sell. People saw them in cne of the windows Saturday. One woman bought a Rug which, she said, she meant to give to a married daughter for a Christmas present. . She asked us to store it for her. We did it cheerfully, and will for you, and as many readers as this news reaches. The Rugs are going fast as we send this price word out again today. The beautiful French Orien tal Rags, the most artistic machine-made Ruffs made. They're more like the East ern hand-made Rugs than any. there's great beauty of col or and pattern. Size 6-7x9-10, for $27.98 Size 8-3x5-9, for $20.00 Size 27x27, for $2 75 Size 16x36, for $1.69 Bromley's Smyrna Roes none better in reyeriible Ruis Bizs 36x72, for $2.98 Size 30x60, for $2.25 Size 26x54. for $1.98 Size 21x4S. for $1.25 Japanese Rugs in Oriental patttrni, splendid for bedroom or dining room; Size 36x72. for $1.49 Size 30x60. for $1.25 Size 18x36, for 50cts Bigelow Axministsr Ru-i the newest patterns; Site 36x72, for $3.75 Site 27x60, for $2.49 Oatside Cocoanut Mats; Size 16x27, for 59cts Size 14x27, for 45cts Size 20x30, for $1.49 Rag Roi fait colors and snchcharmieg colors, so clean and pretty; Size 36x72, for $2.49 Size 30x60, for $1.98 Bungalow Rugs, these are picturesque acd decorative; Size 30x60. for $2.39 Size 36x72, for $2.98 haven't had shoe sat- mayoralty a year hence. Among those mentioned are Shell Fish Com missioner .lohn H. Clark, Senator Franklin I Unman and General Pholps Montcomerj . RESTAURANTS. 151 TO cm, Hi ii STUHK7 UKS1 AIIIA.NT. Luneheon. 11:30 unt!' J o'eloek. Servle a ! Curt. LOUIS MKTZOKR CATKKIXO CO. New Tontine Hotel Our 60c. Bii1iibs8 Men u Lunch In clud!, Rellr.h, Soup, Fish, Entreo, RoaBt, Vfffetubles S;iiul In Scisnri, l.icssnrt mid Tea, Coffee or Milk. fhRre'H none better 'In New Ilnvtn Served from II ni to 2 p. m. OKO. T. WIIITK. Prop. Hotel Garde Opposite tJnion Vcpot, NKW HAVMN. COW. Connecticut's Largest Hotel. Dinner 12-2:15. 50 Cents. St. Lawrence's New HILL'S HOMESTEAD. Formerly Qulniilplno-Aiisantawa TELEPH0I1E 9304-2. NEWS OF THE COURTS M. Baldwin, for Second Con grofi'fi'ional Church, Ap pointed Trustee. ESTATE OF W. H. SHIPMAN Name i'f lum li ( Imiiecil ('mist's lK j'lilc iimliiT nf Minor City anil I'voliiilc Court Ciimcs, .ludijo Simlley iMiiioinieii Cmira in the ifnh,iti; eiiurl M. lialihvin, iiniiiiii i mil Cc.nui'ealiunal Hte.l ,y til" I elm reh, to is iriiHtei.' I'll.' I In: will nf William II. Shipinan, This will as enntesleil nn 1 li uniuniln that I n h n s 1 : were Hindi? In tile ulinve Hit ri l . J ehni eh w hleli lias i lia nj,i il It? i name In the l'iUiIni elinreh. The I objeri innn were niade for Anuiixtti W, Kiiole, heir-at-law tliriniuli Altm-ney Sltllle. Poller Court ItiMiis. Maln l 1'osten was fined S1 j for the Jo for ' In Inn ,, ,11... I .. 1 i 1 .... yetle street a tul if 1 ii fur hreaeh peace, William H. iliieii v;i,. lined .' failure to hne nn auto !h ens. ,lis- played on his m;u hini- on X mber -'1. I'iloszio Moir,o, charged with shoot Inn at. Andrea Mario on Nov, nil" r '.'ft, willl be tried on 1 leci in her 7. t'harleri nhllers was order. 'il lo pay S5 n week for Oil weeks for the sup port nf his wife, Genaro Amniuriiniiua was lined for theft of leeks at Sarcent X t'o.'s. .Tames K. Cm du ell. formerly t m plnyed in the V. M. '. A. btiildina. had hl ease of tivspi-s on railroad ears conliniied. (Idler dispositions were as follows: T.nuis A-lerino, ;i '.., IT years. nli striiotini; 'he si.i.-w,ilk, J with costs ! of $r..::ii; I-'r Percanlda. aired 1 , years. !heft ,,f half ;i bn.iiel of coin from l.oni $11. art; l.i ppllee on costs of " : e ,,iMni, J'J with costs (, nils 1 .oiz. la-en. h of til f ihinaii Wiinstein, wHb .ii; .lames V',. Tiot, drunk- ennes: ::n i hi h of 111" pence litb viMr. of drunkenness. nry .1, I ill. $.; lien- nn Thomas lieilly, $H.7S; William Fl.t with costs of $7. drunkenness. $10, ' t ; rletta A. Parry, drunkenness $.". eo.is of $0.nt; Thonia! Rewiobl-'. breach of the pen, ,. mi .lohn ( ' 1 ' n 1 1 " 1 1 . contin ued until IVcernber ; I 'rank lie Mar tino, lined $l.'i for maintainini.' a cnni- hlliiR house on Wal sin t, t'afc Mcn'. Patrick Howi.-j, ,i street oaf,, proprietor, of $1 T.'inn, .'O'corillni; 1' Illates, fornvr Water 1'ft ;m cl.it- .;liii);i!. Til" heirs are flfln son ami two ilaiu'b- ters. Mrs. Martha Sl'innini' r was ap pointed .TlminiMiatrlN of lv r liu band'v rrtnte which jintmti ! i II'!, 000. 11" n!s wn? a ilntvntoun cat'" ow ner. , Tilt M l' HI'", 1SI,I''A', VeMerd.n afternoon at T o'linok a very ipiiit and pretty wi-ddliiR w snlemni.i'd at the resldoiice of Mr. and Mrs. lfVltt Clinton Hcards!".v when their 'iauchl. i, Miss Mi'lora llulil."ll Rearilxli'v, wa. unite,! In marrla?" to j Alexander Troup, son of Mrs. nnd th" Mate Hon. Alexand-r Troup. I!". ir. ! W, A. K. Slusht, pnslor nf th" W'St- vllle M. K. chili ' h. om-'iat".!. I OwinR- io Die ;-i n nt hei . a einent in th - fir the i m in,. Follow in 5 W.1'1 .--' I'Vi Mrs. T:m tour, 'i'h' evard. ),vi ere ', el'" in. only liate 1 ii" fa nu ii, .-i cel'elllo P' n: ; 1 1 1 l.rif f w " a I I t : d.lin : . -k. sis. k. w. - Arc You Sure You are Getting The Richest ) Purest Ice Cream ? That's nnkc -Purest Town. the the Ice k nd we Richest, Cream in THE HARRIS HART Call 774. J9SI55L When You Visit Boston ('heck trunks to Hack Hay Station, leave the iniin there, and a two-min-iilo walk brings you to Hotel Nottingham i iverlnoklnp be.iitlful Copley Square, (live checks lo mir Clerk upon regls lerltig, and your Iukiirc will be de llvercrl l''i:i';iC. F'liropean iilnn; llreiirnof; near bus iness, shopping nnd amusement dis tricts; fli'sl-i'lass In every respect. 1T1ANCIS lIOWl:, MKT. Horses Boarded for the Winter. ALL HOX STALLS. F. M. FOWLER. 110 WH.VLLKY AVtM'li, PERSONAL NOTES All i 1 1 i ;i tn H. Ruoher ,'iinl hu ilaiiahior, M Katharine BuoIit will Irivn in ;i feu days fur Florida horn th-y will j-pPiHl Ihr winter. Mr. mill Mrs. Jiiiluun Terrill havp re Uinif'il from their wedding trip and are at their limno in Pearl street. Mrs, i.'harles S. MrllPii Is entertain Iiir her mother, Mrs, Llvlngslmi of llrnoKlyn, al the summer home of (he Mellens in SloekhrldRe, Macs. Mr. Murr diirliiR his i eoiisin, Mrs erslty pin, Mcintosh was the puest lay In New' H.mMi of his Ileiijntnln Kh'hl of I'ni- Mi.--.-i Sadie ), teru orth, fot'inerly of this city, hut wlio has been for several yea I'm in Havana, Cuba, has been vlsit liiK friends In luwn. Miss Mill terwotth "ill sail fo:1 Italy In a few days wllh a parly of friend.. Mrs. I'M ward liradley and sonic of the ladies of (.'a I vary church will serve a supper In the church tomorrow, Wodnc.-dny eveiilnj; at ;M o'clock. An entertainment will follow In the oven ins. I'ltoi it sniti; si,k. Condiiotcil hy Sluirtrnliiirit .1- !olinon nt llmvc StctMiii Stores. It is the inslom of .Sliai'tenherR & Koblti'ioii, proprietors of the Howe A-St't-on ;-'lores, to cotidiht a very Im portant rile diiriiiK the llrst week of Poerlilln r. The e and ih tails will be pav.o a anoiin.'i nn nt cut starts to-day found In a full elsewhere In tills paper. Tin- sale differs somewhat fiom the usual department store events as It lins a purpose a-oMe from the selling of meiihaiuIKe at low figures. This fealine. from which Ihe occasion (1 '-rhe-i its nniii". is ihe profit sharln: plan upon which the sale Is eonrliictel. Ke.li,,"l prl.'s Into f-ffi-ct all tbi'ein;b Ihe ,1 n I i I u 11 v- sioi.ked tor'. Tills enable., the shopping public to share in that which under nrnln.'WV trade eoiiditteiis would be a portion o' the (Inn's profit The share which each clerk receives at the end of the week amounts to ipiile a snug littl, sum, Tills liberal method, which Is but an example of the i;cneruus tnatment that this firm (ire. I'-. Is its I'lllploy, ciateil all those s. Is greatly nppre who benefit there. I'.v. The (lrsl week of fiecemher Is al ways charncterized b heavy trailing and enthusiastic endeavor hy the sen ilis; staff of the Howe & St"ts hi Siores. Knoll nn inber of the biR iner, linndise oriranlzatifin strives to make the event a pronounced success both for them selves and for the owners of the. store. The nfferlnt; of special price induce, li-eiits on desirable winter and holiday coods also has another very commend able feature. It Is the encouragement of early Chrlsmas shopplnK. This is Indeed n threat assistance to the busy members of the selPnu and de'lvery forces of th" store. It Is found that many pi ope who w mil 1 ordlnnrlly Mistponc their holiday purchasing un til a day or two before Christmas, now take advantage of the savings off'red during th" week nf the 1'rotlt Sliarlni; Sale, All In nil the sale has so ninny favorable features Hint should appeal to the shopping public, that 1here Is no doubi but that It will receive a most liberal personage. It Is certainly deserving of erent success. mil in i i, i s. Kredrrick (', Hull, agent for Invest mint securities and reprcsrnta II' e In Sen Haven and fVlrllebl counties for H"i!ron, Storrs firlscom. bankers. .,"v Vorli and Philadelphia, has re move, I from S.iO Chapel street to the j.M.Vliy bulldiiiR. lliJ Chapel street, wlier. he will he plras-d to meet Ills liients and friends. Marine Recorri. rrleil. 3 bare f Tnc Mill" I from New York. ! 'I'm: V, illi.'ini K. i Sl.'i'l w ish. .i hnrni . i Ncu I .onilnii mvl Pro-, Plrno. 'I'm; Murj Ann. ;'. bnrucfi. New Yorii. niIIinI. Si hooniT Kohi n ('. .Mcijiillhin, Neiv Yori. p; ii.uii'ri' Jl in, K. Miio,.-;ui, North- po-M. Tup: M.'ihel, :l lcirgc.5, f.,r llartforil. Tui; i lln.lw ifli, i0 biirRfs, for New Yor!(, Tn,r M:iry Ann, 2 baraen. for New York. M W MiMlilV mmum; NOTI.S. New l.oii'lon. Nov. !t0. Arrival; Schooners A. .1. Miller, New York for Pi o lb me; (inkwooil, New York for N.i' riiKiinselt. Pier; ( 'hnrlotl" T, Hlb ley. Port Ueilliifr for KlKBrlown. Siiilc,; 1'nllcil Slnlrs llKh'hoilse ftcunier Tulip, from New Yorl for Ho.'iion; schooners I'urrie II, Annls, for lireonporl; Hiilh. for New York, Tiijjp: V. I'". Dnl7,ele, with I harire, In i n ml r.r-l; Aries with .1 bnn?es, 'n. can with 'Ired-p and .scow, boiin 1 weft; Puttier with f, biirgca Ixiitnd we "I, It. N. (ilermiin with (lie burp.", bound west; V. K, (Shidwish, wllh four Iimi'kos with four burg-s, bound wi si, ;.;i;hai New York, Steamer He (li una. Naples, Nov Slavonia, Nw , sinppiNfj m:vs. Nov. ;lll. Arrlv-d: il'ltalia. Naides and . . 2". Arrived ; St'H mer York for Trieste. Lilian, Nov, S. Arrived: Steamer Korea. New York. Liverpool, Nov, ?V, Arrived; St"ii nn r Celtic, New York via yueens lown. (lliisgnw. Nov. 23. Arrived: Steam er Columbia, New York via, Movllle, (lenoa, Nov. 2d. Arrived: Steamer Tarnilna, Philadelphia, via New York, (lilirallar, Nov, ay, Arrived: Steamer Canopic, Hoston via St, Mich ael.s. for Nnplen and Crcnoa. Cherbourg, Nov. 28. Sailed: Steam er St, Louis, New York. Glasgow, Nov, 28, Sailed: Steamer Ionian, Boston. Sagres, Nov. 28. Passed: Steamer Louisiana. New York for Naples. Trieste, Nov, 26. Sailed: Steamer Martha Washington. New York. Cherbourg. Nov. 28. -Sailed: Steam er Print! Krledrlcli YVUhelm, New York. Cherbourg, N'ov. .11), -Sailed: Steam er Kaiserln Auginte. Victoria, Now York. DOINGS IN REALTY Louis Klinkerfuss to Build Two Family House on Orange Street. A SIX-FAMILY , TENEMENT Single House for (', i, (iartner mill Douhlp for loliii T. Clancy Siniiller llcnis. liouis Liinkerfuss will build a two. famlle frnnie hon-e el S.'il) (irance near fanner street. This will coi?t about! $T,nflO. There will be Ki rooms and It will he 30 by .HI feet. Drown anil Von Keren lire archltei ts, I'hll l'liitt the DKLson, ami Frank Heft the carpenter. l.ulsl SaRnclll Is about 1o erect a six family tenement at 2K Ann street near Kossuth street. This will contain 21 rooms and will be nil by 30 feet. P. Val f iit i, M Is mason, lailgl Sagnelll car penter, and Allen nnd Williams,' nrehi lecl.s. A one-family dwelling will he hiiilt for Charles (5. Oartner anil wdfe on Kllsworth avenue near Whalley ave nue. Itlchard lleft Is mason and car penter. The house will he 25 by 3,'i feet. .loll n T. Clancy will build a two-family house on Mechanic street. This will contain 10 rooms and will be 21 by 11 feet. Timothy K. loherty Is mason, carpenter and architect.'. Kdward I,. Hine Is owner, carpenter, mason and architect for his one-family house at 29 lloiilevard. Louise I!. Ilowshleld Is going to build n small ..nice hulldlnn at 101 Basselt i st reft near Wal.soii street. A. Hold-i stein Is carpenter. I C. A Howard will build a storage! sli'M al r.' Kv'Tatige street, Frank. Howard w III be carpenter. Mr". ,. Lynch will ere--t a frame store on Main street near Castle street, .lohn F. H' n.son Is carpenter. Til" f the olll. iMowllIB of the papers were town clerk: Hied In ult ( IhIiii lccd. Joseph It. Whitby to Hertha 1.. Hn chatil, Dixwell avenue Sn feel and or chard street, ! fct. I'.ertha I.. Hachiinl to Harriet A. Whltlev. IHxwell avenue m feet and orchard street, III feet. j Franklin Farrell to H. K. and P. I'.. Hahlwln, Whfilley avenue land. Frederick .1. Coker to Cyrus W, Kel- lojrg. Fountain street, elsht acres. Wnrrnnlv I Is. Lizzie Katz to .Jacob Wclnstoin, il,ffe street, (0 feet. lloince W. Perry to .lohn H. Perry. Whallev avenue, (,-; feet. .".ccuto!''s Dccil, Mary A. Lewis to Charles W. e. liefirpe street. AO feel. Illakcc- Meclmiilc's lien. Jackfon, Newton. HnlRbt Co. ncninst I'hnrles Hlllinss. et als., Whitney ave nue, :,i? feet, ?s:.;n. IHMVKH lll'V ovi:h. Ilorso Sbled l Open Tc'cplmnf' Ton r it it nnd Throw p.rndy Oiil. About o'clock yesterday iiftcrnonn ijrni'H" llnidy, H driver einplo.xed by the ArmalroiiB I'.ox coiupnny of (H nnR" yti-eft. mis ipiile pnlnfiilly ln .luriil in a smnU'Whnt peoiillnr iccidcnt. At the corner of st.-.te nnd Court streets the Iclephoiie conduit WHS op. n nnd n red Muff whs 11,'ippitiK in the br.'i ',e ns ii wiirnlns; to truttlc. Hindy drove his linbt truck up Court street nnd spirted to turn Into State when the horse iippnroiitly necauio frlchtoneil nt the iIiik nnd lurned siid ilenl.i. Ibe w Ik els of 1 1 - wiiRon, strlk ltn; ;iuuiiist th car trucks. The turn nnd jolt thrfv I'.nuly mil onto the pavement from Ills hiph sent so t tin t he landed on his riRht nrm. At the -iiinc time the hiirno started to run towiird Chapfl street and the wheels passed over Hi" driver's Icrs. lie was assisted Into the spire of the Mohlcnn cointianv , where the clerks cave him first aid treatment and then placed htm on the Hour of his truck, and a passerby who had caiiRbt the horn, drove him to the Armstronu company, prady's injuries were found to be ratlur painful than serious and he went home on the trolley 1,1 l(i ADVKin ISIvMI' NT liloiv of llenlth Speiiks for Poslimi. It !-- u i ff's no scientlllc training; to discover whether coffee disasrecR or mil. Simply slop il for a lime and use Postuni In place of It. Ihen note the beneficial effects, The truth will ap pear. "Six eara nun I was In a very bad condition," writes n Tenn. lady, "I suffered from Indigestion, nervousness and Insomnia. "I was Ihen an Inveterate coffee drinker, but It was Inns; before could be persuaded that It whs coffee that, hurt me. Finally I decided to leave it off a few days and find out the truth. "The llrst niornliiR I left off coffee I had a ihkIiik headache, so I decided I must have something to take the place of coffee." (The headache was caused by the reaction of the coffee driiK caffeine,) "llavlna; heard of Postuni through a friend who used It, f bought a pack age and tried It. I did not like It at. first but after I learned how to make It, right, according to directions on pkg., I would not change back to cof fee for anything. "When 1 began to use Postuni I weighed only II" His. Now I weigh 170 and as I have not taken any tonic. In that, lime I can only attribute my recovery nf good health to the use of post um In place of coffee. "My husband says I am a living ad vertisement for Postum. I am glad to be the means of Inducing my many friends to use Postum, too." Name given by Postum Co., Pattle Creek, Mich. Head "The Hoad to YVollvillc," In pkgs. "There's a. Rea son." I.vcr rend tin nboe Idler',' new one nppenri froi' (line lo lime. They are Renulnc, je, and full of human Interest. JRAVELERS' ! To Quebec 1 Through Sleeping Car Service Historic old Quebec tlier is n fnsclnnllon about dhf beauty ami qunliunes nf this ancient capital Hint is liideserlbnblp. Here yon may revel In nil mannrr of winter sports tlin most cilillarnlliiK piistlmrs. Society Is now assembled at the capital, nnd Hie whiter season will bp exceptionally brilliant. Leave New Haven dally, except Sunday, at 6:44 p. m. You arrive at Levis, opposite Quebec, at 1:00 p. m. next day. On Saturdays the sleeping car goes only to Newport, Vt. South-bound, you leave Levis at 2:50 p. ni. dally, except Sunday. If you're thinking f going, we'd lie Rlad to help you plan jour trip. Wrlle A. H. SMITH, C. 1 A., Hooni H, New Haven, Conn. NEW YORK, NEW HAYEN r- CUNARD w I Via AZORES, MADEIRA, GIBRALTAR, I TALVl - and Fntml XL I and Egypt Offer tbr unmrpaiied in Luiurieui ind Cotnlortable Ocean Trel hy its Great 20,000 Inn Steamrra i ' Caronia," Jan. 7, Feb. 18 " Carmania," Jan. 21, Mar. 4 turittt tf iple-tcrc w turbin in the world THE CUNAR0 STEAMSHIP CO., Ud. Nw York. Bntiton, 'hioKo, Minnpolii, Philadelphia. Si. Louis, Hn Fmnoitcft. Toronto, an4 Montreal, or IjOftl Anti BISHOP AMD COMPANY, Railroad and Steamship Ticket Office, is, ora;k sTni:KT. Tickets to Southern Points by (o!is!l-c stemiicrtt, Including Old Dominion, Clyde, Savannah, Mallory, Ward. Southern I'ncillc, etc. Slate rooms reserved nnd 'iiikrusc checked from residence. Plrccl Agents for Kiiropcnn Linen. Passages to nnd from the Old ( ountry. BISHOP AND COMPANY. FACTORY ORDERS. W'p have special facilities for funking duplicating and triplicating hooks to order for factory ti.'e. John R. Rembert & Co., 202 Stnto Street, Hiislne.ss Specialists. JEWELERS Visitors Welcome. ttiir stftck of .lewclry. Cut 'ilitss nnd Sllvrrwun- Is now complete and no In vite those who fiivor "KARI.Y XMAS SUOI'PIVt;" to iiiiike tlielr selection. New desiens In l.ndlcs' Solid 'old ItroiH'lics nml (Jentleitien's Scurf Plus. J. H. G. DURANT, V.T( TIMAKKK nnd .MAVKLKH. 71 Church Street, New Haven. ()d (.old Taken in Kxchange. TIME. It is now time to think of Xmas gifts. The earlier one decides the better selection to choose from. Our stock is complete and may offer you suggestions, Why not try ? atrt! CHAPil. 8TNf KT. NEW HAVEN. 01 It is none too soon to make selections for Christmas. For Women we have a fine assortment of BROOCHES, BUCKLES, BON-BON DISHES, BRUSHES, , COLOGNE BOTTLES, LORGNETTES, MANICURE ARTICLES, MIRRORS, PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, SHOE HORNS, TEA CADDIES, WATCHES and BEAUTIFUL RINGS. Monson's Jewelry Store. 357-859 Chapel St. WW GUIDE. & HARTFORD R, R, CO, I T flew York flew Haven & fjartford , Railroad. OCTOBBR 28. 1008. For Xen York 4:16, 4 45 xR Bil 8:00, xS:IO, :3B,'j,j:io a m i2:oa lll.'IS, l:23. 2:01, 3:51. 14:18. 4 01 6:03, 6:40. '7:03, 7:60. 8:18 .fcoi p. ni. Sundays 4:15, 4:45, x7'5" :35, a. m xl2:o0, '1:55, 2:01. 3:5L 5:01, xS.lJ, 6:40. 7;03, '7:50, 9;ot; Fop WahlnKttm via Hnrlnm Illver 1:00 p. in,, 12:00, nisht, dally. For Hoston xin II I Id. and Willi.-. 10:u3 u. in., 4:03 p. in. .'ir llnslon vin Pro Idrnee "2 2M 2:51, 7:f7, '1111:42, a. tn li:0i, :4S. 2:68, '4:20, '4:66, 6:42, '7:06 p. m. :un 2:20, 2:61, a. m 12:35, 1:56, 7:05 p, in. h-r llmton via Springfield 1:1(1. '11:15 a. m., '1:47, 5:44 p. m. Sun. 1:10 a. in., '1:47, 5:44 p. m. For llnrlford, Sprlnnfle Id x4 :00, 7:4. a. in., xl:U0, x6:00, x8:10 p. m. Sun. xl':0, a, in.; x8:10, x3:20 p. m. Por Wllllmnntle 7:35 a. m., 12:68, t:l p. in. Sun. 7:20 p. m. Kor Shell.iirnr I iiIIb 7:44 a. m., 12:21 (to New Hartford), 4:01, 6:00 p. m. (to Wemneldi, For WlnM'd 8:48. (via Naugatuok June). 9:32 a. ni., 2:35, 6:45, 7:40 p. m. hun. 8:25 a. in., ii:46 p. ni. For ritUIIHtl, F,U a6;5fi, 9:31. a. m 4:15 p. tn. Sun. a7:52 a. m. For l.lteliflrid 9:32 a. m 4:15 p. m. Sun. a" :n2 n. in. a Via Bridgeport Kxpress trnlna. x Local express. Parlor car limited, s Saturdays, majin rDH NEW YORK. THIS SOUTH AND WKST ttflfHV FARES It EDUCED, MKllIRK lilt' HA 111) PECK. From New Haven Leave Belle Docll dally, except Mondays, 1:30 a. m. From York Leave Pier 28, East rtlver, near Catherine, u 3:00 p. m.j dally except Sundays. Time between New ilavcn and New York about fivo hours. Tickets and stateroom at Bishop A Co., 185 Orange street, also at Beile Pock a ml on .Steamer. No passengers from New Haven on Sunday, Tuesday or Tliurndny nights. Ok'O. a. BLACK, Agent, New Haven. F. C. COLBY. A. O. P. A.. New York. FRENCH LINE. CaiuviiKtil (eDrulc IruaHiiiini.quc Direct Lino to li VKK PAK1S, i'rauo. baliitiK every TUUlirfDAY, 10 a. m. From Pier 41, Nortli Rlvtr, New York, l.a Lorraine Dec. 3 I La Tonraine Dec. U I La HreliiKne Dee." 17 l.a Provence Dec. H La Lorraine Dec. 31 ; Tonraine Jan. 7 'Twin-screw steamer. SPEC 141. DI'IMIITI HE New Twin Screw S. S. "t'lileimo," . De cember li!, noon, from Pier 84 N. l; fool W, lllh st. ', lirneral Ajencf, 19 Stale Nlrert, Ni Y. Apply to French Line, 19 State til., Nj T. or Sweezey & Koliey, 102 Church 8',, i3iinop x i;o., ioi urange oi. Parish & Co.. 30 Oranz St. V ! HAMBURG-AMERICAN I.iinilnn Purlx Ilnmhtirs ! Kalserln ..Dee. 12 'Patricia ..Dec. To Hamburg direct, i t.tlirnKnr nip (irnon IT A I V Moltke, Dee. 8, April 2" i X rVlj I Haniiiurg, Jan, 5, Feb. 18. nriilM'lilnml to Italy Feb. fl. Oniee, ir. nmy, S. V.. or si.y 'oeal a;t. Svveezev Kelsey, 102 .Church at.; Jas. H. Parish & Co., Orange at. Starin's N. Y. & N. H. Line. DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY. IMSsElVOrcK AND FKSHiHT SF.P.VK B Leavei New Haven 9:00 p. m Start' Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leave New York 9:00 p. m Cortlandt Street, Pier No. 1, N. R. Fare 75c.. excursion tl-keH $1.25. Roome SI. Tiko Chnp l Street earj to Brewery etreet O. II. F1SBEI., Atrent. Itmim Hnven. lOLTKlf Cruise The Hamburg-American Line's well-known cruising stemer will tgain make a cruise to Spain, the Mediterranean, and the Orient., LnvtHiw fork, Jn. ;,; mil' TIM, I iiTS CST. SSM IirWARBS 20th Annual Orient Cruise Alas inker Cruiif t the Veil Indies, cte. Tour- la Egypt and the Heir Land. Stud far Niw lUutntti Booklet Hambnrg'Americaii Line 41-41 Broadway. New Verk Pweerjey & Kelsey, 102 ('liun-M J.is. H. Parish Co., 8 Orange st. Around Porto jRteo ,tell(litf'il three ivfekn' cnilsR from New fork to ii"! around the Inland of Pnrtn RI',o. atopplnar at all Interestlnff pnlnta. Luxiirlmia alenmera fnrnlali hn tfl accommodations for entire trip. Special tourist rate, which iiicliulcs every expense, $140. Write for Illus trated hooklet. aalllPBja, etc., to The w Vork and Pnrto Ilo Htenmahln Co., 12 Broadway, N. T., or f(weP7,ay & Keley, 102 Criiirnh street, New Havel AUS TRO-AMERICA N LIN P A misditerhasean, AnniATic from 7ew York la Nnplea nnd THesla SnlllniiM Weilneailny and Mll I HI. X WI,l; TO (iltl'.F.t K. TWIN SCHKW S. 6S. MARTHA WASH INGTON, ALICE, LAURA, ARGEN TINA. OCEANIA. For Further Information Apply to fearext Agreni'y or PHKLP1 tinON. . C O., (irnernl A-tents, yhltehall Building, N. Y. City.