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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, PF-CF.MKF.R 4, 1P08.
i 4 t Gifts for the Men is the Holiday Problem. The. nvprnKP Minn resents (secretly) Ills relatives' find his friends' actions In presenting lilm whU unwelcome gift at Holiday time, lie flnrn, howeicr, appreciate i good smoke, and here is where c ran aid you I" the mailer nt' a wide selection. ':vtj known want or (lip man carried nt "THE Ot,T Y MP TMU .TO STORi;- i,p.p 1 1 right, kind of "Holiday Gift I'OR Till". MKX itu.Ks bio For no." The L. L. Stoddard Tobacco Co., 940 Chapel St. TTcndjiinrori for Hip Celebrated Handsome Pan Mixture. DR. FRED WALLACE or'ATivr. tittle,, flours, II-12 n. m.i 2-B, 7-R p. m. KiiMii.ik. mi , ,,..( . ,, Formerly 0f '.., cnif.Kp Street, Voir I.ni.fitril ill 928 CHAPEL STREET Cornr of T.riiple Ftreet. MICHAHL FJZfL & SONS, Pun- mill, wood turning and band sawing, Automatic variety wood tnni Ing uii'l poltHiiins wheels, pulley polei, flag poles, forve, hitching .'i ml ' clothes posts ami sticks, hard wood rolls, nil ? All kinds nntlvs lumber, fire place and klMflllnflr wood. Phone Connections. n 1 Fairmont nvs. Ashes Rsmoved at Short Notice. General flnrt Dm THE NEW SERVICE. F 'A. SWAN. TpI 8r,(l-3. 855 Orchard St, T OURRIE. Hyperion Stables, Opposite Vanderhilt flail. COACH, GCUPE AND LIVERY SERVICE. AUTOMOBILE ATTENTION. lOSS Chapel Street. 'Phone 1010. LADIES' FUR SETS In Kn-slnn Sable. Hudson May Slide. .Mink. Persian Lamb, Anver Icun and .liipnuosc Mink. Black Iiri. Bill" l.ynv, Nnliiral Lynx, Bauni Mertcn, Sable Squirrel, (Jray Sipilrrel. Caracul, Snhlc I'ox, la hella Fox, MEN'S FUR COATS. Raccoon Coals from So" to $75; Vambal. S:!5; Bfack Russian Dor, S'.'o; Black -Inpnueso ;out, SIT. Ml. FFR-l.l F1) COVI'S line Mink Fined. Kasteru Mink, .lapanese Mink. Mtiskrat. ' natural and dyed: Marmot I'Kch Martin. Prices $:ir to SHOO. F 1 1 R Q i j i j Prices mean nothing unless yon scr tbe furs. V have l.ynx Sets from ir, to $1 We have Minis Set from tit, to ?ir,0. The ;ilmi nre inimes of furs v? lirno In fliK'k . many I'nsrS in Ini'Rir iiunritlties tlnin were over hefore shown In (his rllv. The ER00KSC0LLINS Co. 795 CHAPEL bT. W" Money for DON'T WORRY. SEE US, MUTUAL LOAN & GUARANTEE CO., Room 315 Washington Building. 'Phone liia Continental 121 Olive Street. Splendid, collection, small ana roealum sir.c rugs. Fine quality antiques in perfect condition; also splendid examples of modern weaves. These rugs are sold with our guarantee. No chem ically washed or treated rugs in our store. It's worth while coming to us when in need of orien tal rugs. Have Your Furniture Attended to Now T T Our fabrics comprise the largest shown in the state. Our labor j elmrgps are liiudcrnte. Orders taken now will be delivered in time for the holidays. indow Shade Co. i ftSSS Folks" Comfort at Night. The attainment of the greatest effi ciency of MtVO and RODY demniids a niffht; of nV.h RF.rOSI',. The sleeping garment should he of such FABRIC arid mil.D that the. wearer Is not conscious of It, yet he could not well do without It. PAJAMAS and KOBF.S for night use, We have them In various styles, klnd'i and weaves. They're MEANT to bring a night f rest. ivtff (INCO&POPATF.D) OPP. THE TOWN PUMP LADIES' FUR COATS In Alaska Seal. French Seal. Mint gava Seal, ftiissinn Poides: black and natural brown, S:ihle, tint)' Squirrel and Marmot; In all lengths from 28 to 52 Inches, for street and automobile purposes. FUR SUNDRIES. FCR ;i,oFS and CAPS (ireat variety for both men and women. Al TOM()BII;F. RORFS in fur and cloth (wafer-proof), In all sizes, for runabout and touring cars. FIR FOOT MIFFS Best cold weather foot comforters for an-tnmobillsts. the Holidays Ml IVe will lown yon any ainounl. frtim S5.00 up. at the lowest rate possible, . Call on others, then pome to us. Why pay more than Is neceary? lTUli. PRIZE WINNER. . If you want a prize winner then hnj a Continental Automohlln. This car holds the silver cup for tlrst prize In the l.nno-iiille sener1,bonnet contest for rpced Hnd durability. The Conti nental car Is renoftnlzed as one of the preiit, successful machines In the conn cry. If jtiu want one leave your order ot once orders require at least rU weeks to lill. We would hr pleased to elvc dcnions'ratlon anj time. Manfg Co. Tbone 5232-2. 75-81 Orange Street, ARCHBOLD DODGES ON MAMMOTH LOAN Government foiled in Attempt to Probe $22,000,000 Bor rowings by Employe of Subsidiary, WHO SAYS IT ISN'T SO Archbnld Defends Farly llchntlng; a Legitimate Procedure William Iloekefeller to Be . Culled. New York. Dee. .1. Efforts by fed eral eounnel to obtain Informal Ion re garding loans of an ma awegat.lns $22,000,000 to P. S. TniliiPf by t'.ie Southern Pipe 1;lne company, a Standard subsidiary, came to nothing j lo-day In the cro.s-examlna tlon of John D. Arrhbnld In 1he Rovernment suit to dissolve the so-called oil trust. For over a, year, Frank R, Kelloprp;, Rnvernment Inqnlaltor, has pursued every trail to flnrl out the purpose of these large loans, but to-night he ap peared no nearer the solution of tue mystery 1'ian when be first propound ed the question of those borrowings. Mr. Arrhbnld said that, he knew of no reason for the loans which be said mlR'ht. have represented the adjust ments between reflninR ronipan which Mr. Trainer supplied wit i oil. Mr. Trainer, who Is connected ilb the Standard's pipe line system, lvn testified that he did not know of the loans and never received the m uiey. Kv.ept for a few nuo.nions, wbleo will bo nsked about' certain exhibits, whir i will be placed in evidence lat'O'. the i-ros-ea inin.it ion of Mr. Arrh bnld, was concluded to-day when an adjournment of the rase wa.s taken until next Monday. k II. M. Tilford. president, of He Standard nil eompanv of California. find ,1. M. Moffatt, president of tie Standard nil conipain of Indiana, nil' likely follow Mr. Arrhbnld on tin '.stand, after whom William Itockefel. lor will be railed. Much of Mr. Arrh hod's crocs-examination to-day had to ', do with rebates paid by the railroads : In the early days. Mr. Arrhbnld look the position that rebates at that lime were a matter of barstahiltn in w il. h 1 each shipper strove to obtain the ItrKt ! terms. Some amusement rt'as caused 'When Mr. Arrhbnld declared that 1 when one obtained a rate from a rail road man he whs not always sure hut on his way home the railroad man would give some other shipper a low ' er rate. The trovernment counsel In- ten-nc;at"d t?.io witness regarding tes timony Kh'on In a suit In which A. .1. Ca.-satt. then vice president of the Pennsv h ania, railroad, testified that the Standard received brjrcr rebates ; from the Pennsylvania road than any i other shipper. Mr. Arrhbnld said !e bad no recollection of Mr. Cassaf's testimony. The vice president of t.te Standard declared that bis company was In no way favored by oil tariffs of the mitert States. Fly's ('renin Palm has been tried and not found wanting In thousands of hmn"s nil over the country. It has won a place in the family mediei ie closet among the reliable household remedies, where It Is kepi at ,-innd for use in treating cold In the head Jut as soon a.s some member of the house hold begins the preliminary snee,lii or snuffling. It gives immediately re lief and a day or two's treatment will put $ stop In a, cold vviilcli might, If not cheeked, become chronic and run Into a bad ease of catarrh. OPJ'A M FFT1(. FOU T. V R. Mtixlon! Program liirnlshes Fnlor (alnmcnt Bt Monthly Public Scson. The St. Aloyslns T. A. and R society held an open meeting In their club rooms, at S2i'. I'hnpel street, lasl even Ing. These meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month ami are proving very popular among the mem bers and their friends. The rooms were ovnwded. the members who voted the entertainment one of the best sn slel sessions which ibe society has held. After t.be business session the following entertainment was given: Piano selection -Joseph Oordnn. Solo "Always Me," .Tames dis prove. Polo ---"Roses," Saniue Renson. Piano seleeilon- (leorge ilordon, Recitation- "Kelly's Dream." .1. Otbs. Harmonics selection -.lohn Klana g.'tn. Renmi'ks James ITngsn. Comic song . ( it bs, Ma gnli Ian John Morris. Solo--",y Dream of V. S. A. Wil liam Mcegan. Solo "Jungle Tow n," Frank Kills. Solo "Caroline," Joseph Hordon, sipoui; vr vTF.Ritrn-. At the recent organization meeting of the public school teachers of Water- jbury the principal speaker w a.s Wll 'llam 11. Hnekett, president of the local S Teachers' league. Mr. Hacked was requested to address the meeting In order that the teachers might know of the manner in which lh league was carried along In this city. 990 CHAPEL ST,, w Haven House CUMED ITCHING l puiiinii n ami i n ul numuu l: 11 Which had Spread Over Face, Body and Arms-Swellings were as Large as a Dollar-When they Broke, Sores would Not Heal Suffered 3 Years, MADE SOUND AND WELL BY 3 SETS OF CUTICURA "My trouhls began about thrw rears ago with lit tin black swellings scattered over my face and neck. They would disappear but they would leave little blaclt scars that, would itch nt times so I couldn't keep from seratehlhg them. Larger swellings would appear in thu same place stict they were so painful I could hardly hear it, and mv clothes would stick to thj sores. Th first doctor I went to said the disease was scrofula, but the trouble only got worsi and spread. By this time It was all over my arms and the upper part of my body in big swellings as large as a dollar. It was so painful that I conld not bear to lie on my back at night. The second doctor pronounced my disease inflam mation of the lvmph'atlo glands. He (topped the swellings, but when they would break the places would not heal. He tried everything that he could hut to no effect. He said I might be cured but it would take a long time, 1 bought sot of the Cnticura Remedies and used them according to directions and in less than a week some of the places were Dearlv well. 1 continued with the Cutl- ! euro Remedies until I had used threa sets, and now I am sound and well. I The dirense lasted three vears from tho time it commenced until I was cured. Before Christmas something broke out on my seven year old brother's hands in the'form of large sores. 1 tried every, thing I could think of hut to no effect until 1 happened to think of Cuticnra and one application cured him. Also, not long ago, my sister got a bad burn on her ankle, t have been using Cuti cnra on that and it gave her (eareely anv trouble. ). L. Wilson, Pnryear, Term., Feb. R, lfiOR." Warm baths with Cuticnra fioap, gen tle anointings with Cutieura Ointment and mild doses of Cntteiira Pills, afford Immediate relief and point to a speedy cure of torturing, disfiguring humora rf the skin, scalp and blood of infants, children and adults, when nil else fails. rutlrnn Sup (Dto-.) tn CImiim th Sktn, Ciitlrur YMntmnit (6ilr.) lo tint the Skin, ind Ciitlnirn Hwolvcnt if.00, nr In the form ot Phoenltt Cntl rum. it, r" vii ot noi te ruriry it mono, sold throughout the world, Potter nnis A CVm. Corp fole Props , Unaion. Maw. wrUailrd t'rrp, Cuticuri Bock n Sktn DIhu OUR BISHOP CHOSEN Bishop Brewster Elected Pres ident of Newly-Formed Mis sionary Council, PENSIONS FOR MINISTERS This Proposition Placed Refute Undy at Its Flrt Meeting in Roston. tSperlnl lo the .tn,irnnl-t onrler.) Hoston. Iter. I! Vt ih invention of tin. newlv , oi ganlrrd New Kugbind Missionary ioiiivII of the l-'.plseopal church, nl which ineie were seven blb opc ami about t wenty-tlv clergy men and p m in . n i inynieii present. I'.isbop rnaun. ey H. Hrew sler of i 'onnei'tlut was to ,1,-iv i lei tcl nresblent, Al tlie busbies session to-day, tllsh I op I.Mw reu. e presbllr.g. the commute.. ! on oi ganlzatlmi reported that tbe nam of the orgs ulsoi t ion shall be the Mm I sinita ry council of the Deportment of New i',ugland. and that Hie council shall consist of bishops In ihe department and four clerical and four lay vppve seni.itlves from each diocese elected Hi the convf-nl l"li, The officers will run. slsl of a president, secretary, treasurer and h representative nt ihe meetings of the Board of Missions to serve three years. The nieeilnus will take place on years The meetings will tnlte place on on the years of Ihe general conven tion. It w.-is voted thai the president shall be ,i,e of the bishops of I lie depart ment, 'his phrase having been teconv i, ended by the bishop of Vermont, A con , ii ul lop was practical, adopted en. tire ,is re, ninniendeil by a commit te, Hishnp l.awieip-o said licit iensloits bo !,H'"ri and disabled clergy were ;i pressing (inesllnn. and said that h Fi.i(p of H at Ibis time thai lite as semolage mlglil keep in mind looking toward proper netloii nl the right time. The bishop of Vermont was recom mended for president, hut Ihe bishop of Mnlne recommended the uninn. as be pnl It. of the bishop nf the mother ,)oeeso, I 'or nect t.-i 1 1 . and this was heat Illy seconded by the bishop of Ver mont. After the election of other of-flcr.-s the entire body accepted tiie In vitation of Bluhop and Mrs. Lawrence for luncheon at their i 'omnionwealth avenue home. AITTION SVFF, tiF HOP.SFS. llamlllon Bros.' Rig Sale Comes Off To-day, Hamilton Brothers, 1S2-IM Oeorge street, south side near Temple street, have made great preparations for their hlg auction sale of horses, which lakes place today. For several days past these horses have been coming Into the city and Include some fine specimens of draught, driving and business horses. The large grounds at their local horse marl gives room for showing up the horses before being put up for sale, ff ARRHHX GFTS 1VT( Oil, Said lo Have Bought. AO.nnn crcn of Oil 1-and In Mexico. (,'lty of Mexico, Dee, .1. It is re ported here npop what l.s considered good authority that agents of K. II. Hsrrlman have bought f.O.OOO acres of oil lands In the Tu-vpan district. CFR FYOFVnnN MFTIIOI). Washington, Dee, 3. fiov. Magoon of Cuba arrived here today and had a conference with Secretary of War Wright relative to the methods to be employed ill the withdrawal nf 'Ameri can troops from Cuba, and on other manors relating to the government of the island. The troops, It, was expect ed would he withdrawn In February, but Just how ra,pl,ly, and whether a small number of soldiers nil! be left lucre, Is yet to be determined. Tl llh ;i;FtlF SSSHI VVI FD. ( 'opsla ut inoplp, I lee mull Mililr Pasha, co 1 1 1 1 1 of 111" Sultan, t oe re vol ii' Iiiioi iv no 8.-General Is-fennei- aldc-do-.'ho In vest Ig, 1 1 nl V e're n t n t lie wrinv- Inst Mmv, mid w lie was eonsldei' et lo have een spy of the old regime Staiuboui quarter uf Uie city, NFAV.TKXOIJ TO ("MF. YniniR Will Make Solo Ouarlel. Fourth In 1 1 1 i M 1 t ' t of 1..I.-.1 -- en? a r.;er to of r's In thi eoniini: pro diction d I'ii i- K s Klahnl ,!iili "Horn ,o inf.imn," by the e I Iratoi lo society oil Thursday e December in, In Wools' y hall, complete, The ("imr i-i to 1" I la ven oil i 11 vt, is now .tnhll V on nit, a Kilmer 'new lo this public, Mr. Young Is the possessor of a vry hilsh' wile it Is said, peculiarly titled to sine the "Cuius Anlmii," the cn-sit tenor solo in Slaliat Muter, and for Hie brilliant solo and unsoinMo sinu Ins In the Parker work, The names of the oilier soloists are; Mrs, Rldor-Kclsoy, the noted soprano. rejiHi'iled now as the best soprano out side the two opera houses, and who will sinji for the first lime In any bh; production since her return from Lon don, where she has Jusl finished a covent Harden season In opera; .Mrs. (icrtruile Steln-Hailey, the rontrallo I who sung In the last Kieal. prodiirtlou of Hie St n bat. Mater here, as well us In the bl-i"'nti ntiial prnducllnn of Horn Xnvlsslnia ; and lb'. Carl Dufl't, the exi .'llent basso. New llwven will bear the Stahnt Malcr, with lis wonderful solos and choruses, as It has not been sung here In a decade or more. The familiar "Inflammnlus," the beautiful "Quia est Homo," the Hue bass solo, "pro peccalls" anil the effective riinrtets for solo voices, these alone will be well worth going to hear. The orchestra will number fiO pieces and more, the chorus Is 200 strong and the great Newberry organ will bo used, so that New Haven may be as sured of a magnificent production of the most popular oratorio there Is. Hr. Parker, whose work Is to fol low the Slabat Mater has been honor ed by the directors of the New lioston opera house. When the corner stone was laid a few davs aso with much ceremony In the receptacle alonu wiMi other Interesting things was placed a ropy of this composer's oratorio, St. Christopher, n work written some years after the oratorio that Is to be song In Wnolsry hall on Thursday next. i St. I'hrlstopher will be sung by the St. t'nercllii society of lioston oil , Wednesday night, under the direction of Wallace Coodrlch. Mis. Parker, wife of the composer, has gone to Hoston to be the guest of Mrs. Ceol'ge Chndwiek, Wife of the Boston composer, juid she will re main in Hoston for the production of 'SI. t'hrlMloplter. Owing to the coii j cert by the New Haven iir.itoria socie 1 ty In YVoolsoy hnll on Thursday night, ! Hr. Parker could not accept the In vitation to conduct bis own work In Hoston. Subs 't'iiition seals for (he New Ha ven oratorio concerts will be on sale Saturday In Ibe Woolsey hall box of llcc, from 10 a. in. to t o'clock, anil nt I! p. in., the sale will open nt the M. M. Slelnert Sons Co,, for the conven ience of those who can't -attend the sale during the day. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day of next week, scuts for Thursday night's concert will be on sale. The first sale Is for Hmse who want to get seats for the tlrst , oncert and for the concert by the Oratorio society and Derby I'horal club In March. FINK COCI',HT. Bchuhert llniirtct and Miss Phillips to Appear Net Tiii-sday. Next. Tuesdi- evening, peceinber at the Pov auditorium tinder Ihe nil splce.a of the V. M. t '. A. a concert of exceptional Interest will be given by the Schubert male quartet with Miss Ruth Palmer Phillips, New HavcdYs talented leader, assisting. The singing of this quartet ha.s won for them a very enviable reputation, placing them at Ibe head nf Hie state organization of this kind. No doubt many persons will take this opportun ity to bear Ihe Schubert quartet and Miss Phillips, a most charming render, who have prepared an excellent pro gram. MOHSK t;UWTi:i FTlt I I MK. New York, Dee. 3.- Charles W. Morse, who was convicted of violation of fedora! banking Inws while an nf licer of the National Hank of North America and now s In Ihe tombs prison In this city on a stay of the execution of his sentence of I "1 years In the federal Jail In Atlanta. Ha., vyas granted an extension until next Feb rnary, to-day, when a writ of error granted by the circuit court of appeals expired. FATIIFK AMI SOV Both (. allied Health on Right pooil. A food thai will build up Hi" health of a man and that can be digested by a baby, cerlalnlv has value worth con sidering. The following report from an Ohio wife and mother Is to the point nnd Interesting. "My husband bad suffered great, agon from sloiu.icb trouble, at times, for live vears. Finally, afler six months In the hospital, he was oper ated on for appendicitis. "From that time he grew weaker and thinner until, when we brought him home he was reduced from Uf, to 10S lbs. 'Then ho began to eat for break fast, (irupo-Nuts with cream ami a soft boiled egg, Fur dinner a dish of (Irape-Nnls and cream, toasted bread and a glass nf warm milk. For supper same us breakfast with n bak ed potato, one or two poached eggs, and a glass of warm milk. ."After two months on this diet 1m had nearly regained Ills normal weight, lie tool; out-door excrclne, and got plenly of sleep, He hns no more trouble with his stomach, and can eat anything. "These results Induced us to try firape-Nuts mi our fi months' bub, who from birth had been puny. Noth ing seemed lo agree with lilm, al though we tried the whole list of ,n 1'niil foods. "When I began to feed himilrnpo Nuts with warm milk poured op to timke It Sofl, he W eighed only I :', llr-l, After six weeks of Ills I1CW diet be ll.is gullied 7 lbs,, and Is Ipallliy and hap- by." , "Th"l'c's a Itcasoti. Name given by I'osliim Co., Ihitllc Creek. Midi. Head "The koud to W'ellvlllc," III pkgs, Ficr read Ihe above Icllcc,1 new one appeal's from time to time, Thcv arc genuine, true, and full of human llllCITsl. ARE YOU PREPARING? NEW FINE CHINA , The march of jcurs has not changed the sentiment Unit clings lo the idcii of gll't-glvlng ut (hrl-l-inas lime. Yi lire prepared (o show von tbe choicest selection of new things (hut can he found any. where. We will hold piirclutscs made now you tllctjlc, A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St. Friend E. Brooks, Furrier. Friend F, Hrooks, formerly of Brooks-Collin Co., Is located at 7-10 Chapel street, upsladrs, where he F showing a Hue Hue of ladles' neck wear, muffs, fur mr fur-llmd coat, anil doing fur work at very reason, able prices. (Only '"Brooks" in the city acti vely engaged in fur business.) GUNS AND OF THE BEST QUALITY. , FdlRon PhonographH nnd Records, Victor Talklnc Machines una RecanU, A choice stock to select from. Pocket Cutlery the, best mnkes. Sharpening. JOHN E. BASSETT GUN F. Gilbert & Co. (Incorporated) 65 Church St. W GRAND AVE Good Coal, and Clean, Full Weight, and Lowest Market Price. We are pleasing others we will try and please you. Telephone 3412. r e -Si This bank registers nickels, dimes, quartern and half dollars up to $25 in amount. All coins are dropped into one slot, and the value of each is automatically added to the amount already contained in the bank, the total amount deposited being shown in plain figures. Visit us and we will be pleased to explain the working of this marvelous piece of mechanism. For sale at our store. - , Price ,$2.00 E. L WASHBURN 6 CO. j; TffK TtF.XAMi STORK, . i 84 Church & 63 Center Sts. Berry Bros. Goods. Brighten up your Dining Room with Berry Bros. Varnishes and High Stand ard Paint. Thompson & Belden Rcliablo Faint Dealers, 398 State St. Tel. 2140. 106 Court St. I 1 , f ..i ,i . , -ul' n.L- !-Tel. 3010 148 SYLVAN AVE. mM 'teaiCagi.ii'iiwfcgai CHOICE CUT GLASS BRIC-A-BRAC ROCK CRYSTAL BRASS GOODS, Etc. NEW STYLE LAMPS In gas, oil unit electric. for delivery ( lirlstnius eve, or any tlmd thiccewtor to John Brtjlit & Co. AMMUNITION Key Fitting and Knife and Sctaaor STORE. 5 CHURCH STREET. PRODUCES Heat PRODUCES Few Ash8 PRODUCES Results PRODUCES Satisfaction Opp. P. 0. KOLESAVER (Reg:. IT. S. Patent Office.) S7 ORANQH ST., NEW HAVEN. CONN. Will Save 35 to 50 Per Cent, of Your Coal Consumption. If last year you used ten ton ot coal thla year you can gret the same results with from Ave in six and one half tons. Do You Want to Save It ? Pity a package and try It. Full in. struetlnns en each paekage, and so aim pie that ft child could use It. Ten Cents Proves It ! Tie America Sell Registering Saving . Bank GRANITE - Marble, BRNZL theHIOS.PHIHIPS&SON Co. .. . . n