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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1908.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE. New Haven's Most Reliable Store The Christmas Sale of Pictures is Humming. Have you seen the Pictures? Come Friday if you haven't been Furs as Stylisn As Tho' They Cost Ten Times What We Ask; THATSwhat we aim to do; to col lect t h e newest styles in Furs, get ood, durable FURS, have them well made and keep to pra'ct i c 1 1 prices. Our boast Is that we never carry a piece of Fur from one season to an other. ' You can't get old Furs here be cause we hare no fur'storeroom We're bound to tell every piece we have before the close of the seaion. These listed below will illus trate, but, there are scores of others as good tor which we have no space today; Black Cooney Seti pillow muff and icarf. The Set 13.98 Bltck Oposium Sets, sty lish muff and throw scarf. The Set 16.98 Brown Opoisum Sets, low muff aid throw searf. The Set $10 pil- Stts of blade and brown opoisum, fintr fr, large pil low muff and nirf. At f 10, $11 at $17.10 Seta of blank and brawn opossum, finer fur, large pil low muff and scarf. At $10, $15 and $18.50 Rug Muffs, separate, of lus trous blaok cooney, look like black lynx a few feet away. Tht Set $5 and $1.98 Itparate brown and black Ce-onty Muffs, various sizes. IX $2.71 and $3.98 PertUa Paw Sets, pillow and rug miffs, throw surfs. $7.50 and $10.98 Rug Muffs, stparata, of sa ble fox, mighty nice looking fur. $10 and $15 A Sale of Caracal Coats (M O CA Tkey'r the popular length, akont T I ) j I I 36 inches and they're substantially YAU,WV lined with good satin. The coats are the best money's worth of the year. Other Caracal Cloth Coats, $15 to $25 addMonal nrxixo c.u, , Tor thi" greatet' comfort and vpnlenn of New Haven people &ri traveling to New York on con ic tin Sun- day?, a dlnlnn ar will h attached to the Sunday tjain leavlns here at, 12:90 noon, beginning Sunday, December (i. Stock Reduction Sale Of FURNITURE Over 500 pieces in a quick Clearance Sale this week. Incoming Holiday Goods Clamoring for room, make Sacri fices in staple furniture absolutely necesssary to give us needed space. THE H. H. BULLARD CO. and 60 I Large Pillow M riffs of sable fox, separate. From $8.10 to $18 Rick brown Sets of Japan ese Mink, large pillow muff aad throw scarf . $17.50 Sets of Rasiian M i n k trimmtd with mink heidi, pillow muff and charming scarf. At $36 Black Lynx Set. and Lyax is the favorite fur of this sea son, beaatiful sats and we challenge with these prices, try to mitch them and then see how reisonably ours are prietd. $31, $60, $57.75 and $77 5ets of Blue Fox, pillow muff and pretty scarf. $22.98 Separate Mink Muffs, very haadsome.$25, $27.50, $40 Separate Mink Scarfs, trimmed with heads. $13.10 to $42.10 Little Fur Collars, with sat in ruffs and bows, various aad varied kinds. $2.21 to $7.98 Returning, this dining ear will he at tached to train leaving New York on Sunday H,t fi:0 p. m. 'Hie excellent meals served aboard the trains of th. Xftw York. New Haven and Hartford system have Increased the demand for dining car service on tile trains to an extent, unprecedented, Orange Street si iii n i mm? v I'.PSiS 7Xt, THE WITCHING HOUR1 Remarkably Strong' Tlay at tho Hyperion Professor Phelps' Enthusiastic Endorse ment. "Tin which Yf.rk 1 if fit i n ili hiiiy llnur. rn H h i s si ;l tin' May S' IIMHI 111 N'l'W rule. I Ml till' lly- I'lllllllli llrillH II it.V. UUS lv inst iiiHlil. tvocK mil si ri i nf n'i I'oriiiu nees in New I hi n. in' tin' liii'nr mullcno rniliins.'i lnl'Kr'l n'' I hi' i i 1 - - faculty timf I'nivi'i'slty jJiM'icty, I'l'iii'i'.-nr W'll liinn I.yiiti Phelps. i.'i'liii was la-xl littl'll to JllllKI' lit' till' llHTitK of tin' play. Hi' st.'iiiiiii It with hia 1111- lllillilil'll X 1 1 Mil I. "It V; II IliTl'i'lt- ly l 1 1 n 1 id 'piny." Iii' ili'i'l.iiTil. "il whs olio uf til" In si 1 1 1 ; i si I haw i'Ht seen," Tlml prai.-i' Is in.t Im nat. A I'll ;i hi anil well wiiTti'il rasl Inter preted tin- parts, mlmirnlily. .Inlui Mason, us Jack lit !i.lk-ll. was lint It cntorUiiiiinp ami nun inciim, I'.in il is 111 til'- iiilllpiisili ill nl' tin- pUiy it self that tin- Ki-iat n 1 1 r i I Id's. It is mil an i'mikk ralnl statement tn say that nut in a ilozi n viiiis lias a play si" I'linsiiiniiiiiti-ly cumpnieil. sn per fectly hli'llililis all thi- cl.-vcr iliviers nf tin- rhi-tnrii-ian ami pluyu riuht liith i-nin in. in si ml imniiiy pa.-siun. PhowiiiK sui'li rlilll iiial pmv. i' in tin writri- as "Tin- Wlt'-hiim ll"iii-.." t'liy " I i j r t . a I. nl ..r lui-ni;. s;u. lnv-ps Vinl.i I ".1 1 1-I . mPti- Hi .1.1.1. Uronli li.'lil. a pi-nfi's:-inna I sfni Irinan Hanililii. 1 1;, v i'ii mail b. ili- siulil of a Bl'ri'.l nil's ( VP ,ii-v I'!. Im I. Ill slrill.-s liis Inniirntnr Willi an h..r.v .una il, ami kills Mill. 'I'll.. iii is M i-llii-il .i (lciiili. hill mi .ippi'.-il ,n tin- snini'ii!,' ciniri ln iiisr Is ii ma nihil, t ! i r. iijj tin' i I'fiii'ts uf Justin- I'ri'inlri', an "I I lnvi'i' nl' tin- Imy's m a ml i im I Iht. ami mi i' M-inllil ll'ial Hip liny is .-"i II 1 1 I "l. Sni'l' I i I' III. I slii" Uni x n' I la' nlay. Tiii' inn', pnwi'i' ni' iiiiml nv r r iiiiml ' 1 1 i r i 1 1 1 . 1 1 i - i " . Sin ialism, Mil. .1" nii'a i i.in- a n I h ia:; inn M 'I'h" i .sil Inn. Ti'.-t U rinsi u!' Hi" . niiini. si I Inn. I!i" 11 1'K u! Ill" in' :li" plavu ..nip KM. iii.'i ; ".I al.-.l SIIKX. ..1111", ill. 'hi. mi, rnl'i la.-l" nl ..n.pjil" pri-pai-al ""llt, ililllax. liai Thi' Wolf." "The W'nir." ii if iln- hi-i't's most iiii)iiirlaiit pi writ as onn nl' 111" l.r: . I'l'ssos 'of lh" y.-iir, will l-i tin' Hypi-rinn, I "( 1 1 1 1 . r- M. ssrs. Slm n.llll't urns us Iraniaii; mi. - pr. s. nt' il a; 7. S, ll, ullh tnatinw Pniiiibi-r 9, with ;ni nll-stai rest. "Tho Woll'" Is a mim-nil Ii- ilraina nf tho Hudson Hay fur nnintry In thn-i-acts and ihu r sci'in s. h Kuj;"ii" W'nl- tor. 'Mr. Walter Is ,-in author who iMi'ikrs hard, nnil ho is said to liiiinil" ; tho story with a iliroi t m-ss that is j coiiraRi'inls, hut yet does pot off, nil. j Tin- story ronn riis tho vritK-iiiii' . wro ii Ii rd upon an A iiiorirri n civil in I Ritli'or. who yoai's hol'iivi- th" story ! opens, had dircrti'il a half Mvi-il ulrl of the 1'ar nnrlh. This (ir. Anii.tK. : dins in a storm, hut in Montreal t In -f lives a half brother who has proniisi il ; his dying fatlu't' to so.ireh for th" sirl. i He discovers that Ma. 1 ii.nal.l Is tin j man h" seek, and Unit lie Is t.'iiii'Mnn Hilda, th" daughter nl' a Seoteh s- ttl"r. I whom h" (Jules lleaiihii nl hues Til" cast includes W illiam i 'mil",' na y. ; T-'ran -i'S Kiim. Walter Hal". I'hail.s Itii U"l Sheridan lllm l; and William ; llosell. AT THE GRAND. in Icri'tblc Sii-t-et" Opens for n I Tlii-ce lins' l',ii(;;mciiiciit. I I 'I'here was an' em liusia.-t ic aiiilienex I to ureei. "His T. i rible Secret" in its Initial performance al tin- Oraiul lust niKhl. The play i- one "l' ( bus. 'Rlanci's best. lib ii is enoimli tu In-' j sure it.- immediate sueces.i, ! ' Tiie play opens In Ihe Nile renimi al ; I Prof. Sinclair's Itiinualnu . Sinclair ia;; been liiokiin for apt-s and is Inleresle.l Iln the problem of e nlut ion of man.: But a gorilla has ki.II.ii Ihe bey) of him. so all think, anil nmv hi;-. s..n has' I'liarge of his collection. It Is his son who Is the Man Mon key a ilef'orme,! mini iilh a human heart belter known as Melmonlli mi, I he is Ihe proleclor of laioy Sin. liiir. Melniiilllll lilies her intensely l.ni .s that she loves llai'i- W'arlnq so Ids his .. e ilie lllllll (r i'eil, Hrenton is the .scoundrel who iipsel.. every one's Inippiness. lie knows thai Melmonth ha- Hie seen Is of n I'ahiil ously rich jfold mine. To e this pecret Is his desire, thotiRh lie would Kive even lluil lo marry l.ucy Sinclair. He has as Ills accomplices Ibulwick Henderson and an KKVptinn. Patoine, his wife. Hrenton kills a man who prntceiv Lucy and accuses Melniiintli of the crime. He nd Lucy (b-e to the JuiiKli' WariiiR follows and luiir-i PEARL 2" v V"' I Kiifeiftte it(MiniiAiiii&Mini( One of the Bathing NEIL BURGESS. Ininiilalili- Cimiiiliaii in 'Tlr I'.ilr" sit tin- (.land. (iiiinli l.iicv hiii'li. Melmoiith lights his pnrsn el's hut finally is captured, .tie is thrown i n 1 1 1 prison in Cairn, wh.'i-e lie nieet.ii his father, who Inter prets taltoo marks on his arm ami thereby shows him the locution of the r!"!'l mill's, AlP r a desliei-sile strus ul'.' .Meinii ,:il h escapes tn come .to the Anierii iin coiL-iil's house Ju.st in time o pi'ev. in Itr. nlon front further insulting lany. i In the .siniKgle thai follows Hreiiton lis iniirilei-eil iiiul when the nmul of : ollleers arrive Melmonth admijs the 1 crime and i. . to the jiini;l" In an swer to tin- call of the h lid ': T".l l.yl.'ll and Dai.-y Chaplin in a specialty ,-n t created a sensation and Jack Williams and Joe 1 lonnmly I broiilit ;ip;.laiise for their ilanclns;. To inluht, tomorrow nlu-ht and iiiiitlnee the performance will h" repi-aleil. Neil Ituicess. Neil P.iir!-. Mv. th.- greatest "fall rural ecei lit rie .'.'in. ill,-. ii'- c. Hues tn the . (ifilllil I 'I'.i ii I 1 1 .11 i- nil next Moll lav. '. Til. .-d.-ii an, I ' dm siliiv liluhts 111 that i1f & mil - Cm! Hell Idimin c.imrdy, "The ('. unit y ! a re sold. I Knlr" mid. juil.ttlns from the demand , OwitiR to the new r.'Kulat Inns forbid : for teiiM It Is plainly evident that lie ; dlnir th'' entrance of vhleles Into I has I . s t in .lie ..I his i. Id time popular- ' Herlieley court, It Is recommended that ! Hy I carriages and autonioblles drive to the ''l"ie ('.nil:!;.' Pair" Is one of the j plays that I- dear to every New Kli'j- land home, and with lis many years of Iii", it has lost none of Its merits. The iinie doli'-iliHul situations are present ed eieirlii a more cnterlainiin way, ;'id Atr. IliiiKiss, himself, is more coinniiiiiiliiiK of attention than eier. As j.M-laall Prui'. he Impersonates wllh jiaie tiislc Hie droll .uir.'icler and I 1' nv. s notllil'fi to be desired. Th" famous race scene when- "C..ldtion , Mol.iss. s" wins the race and save" j 'Ainu Alibi's house front a ras-nfli i nioiiei lender who holds a mortjiuKc on j It. ami the hnrn sei ne are all m-w this t season. Mr, Ihiraess has Introduced In Ilie Lai n si cue, a male iiiarl-'l which Is said lo in- n pleasing feature of the en tort in ni"ii i :ipd ctrlcl nll'iilina has be. II (ill 'li to the MimillU of Hie pluy In r i ei i!.-tiii. AT FOLI'S. "Hie I t.i 1 1 lino i, ,.s The Poll bill in-xl week is a sun- win. lo r from start to finish to Jiidae from tne glimpse of tile events scliedulcil to api'ear. The I, udi r III be ,loe Hai l s Itathiim (lirls. iil-e said to h, bin den so far i croup of ben nl Ion who able to lighten one's iis worry and dull care Is i unci Tiled in an, I best of Hie comedies offered me of the breezies: concent ra led musical in vutidci ilie. P. lliinl ami Will Phllbrl. k are Ihe en-stars in the production which comprises twelie people In a sei les of six si cni s, cut ll led "Aladlsnii Siiial'e. New York;" Manlm he Paris," "Chefs Hi H'lrlmenl of the Hold .sl.ir, New York; I'll- Poster liirls. I'he Hcaeii al Long I !i:i ii ill." ami "In Ihe Surf." The lyrics and music of Hart Is rr spoiisililo for, while al least a dozen HUNT. mm 45y "is T !'I&',1 t 'Jit 7M. i Girls at Foli's Next Week, ' I have assisted in niakhm the ai't dressy anil snnirt as well as up to dato. Some of the musical airs ineliide "A. .Stran,i?er In Ihe City," "dn the Hmile viii'd," "Miss Iialsy Brown, I'he Se crol of tlio Challim Ulsh," and "Th HnthltiH; l.essnn." No expense has boon spared by Hart 111 putting forward this newest and prettiest uffcrliiK ami 11 Is hound to be olio of the most pleasiiiR Unit Mauasel' I'oll lias olferod his patrons this Benson. Howard and North, of "Those Won Happy Hays" fame, aie to he the add ed attraction In n new vehiele, enlltleii "Hack to WelliiiKton." Anymio 'hn has ever witnessed the net of Howard ami North can well appreelte what, la In store for (hem when ll Is announced that the newest comedy edition Is a sequel to their former offeritiR. Their quaint humor mid at Union sound com mon sense, displayed by them In tholr offering has always been one of the en joyable features nf their act upon any 'bill. Hurry Katzos and K. V. I'helan are tcsponHlhli- for a, new vaudeville offer hiK, entitled "The Anucliis," a fyi" phony In four scenes Introducing U'f I'amoiis Hlover Ware, Village (Hioir. Music Is by N. Harris Ware and the four scenes Include a country road, the exterior of a church, tin- interior of a i hurch and the Aiigeliis.V Maiilnl and Maximilian. burlesiue il lusionists In a combination of magical tricks and clever illusions skilfully done but sacrlllced for comedy are in.', mil to he a popular novelty fenti-re. Itobn-ti's animals, performing bears, dons ami monkeys; Kd llr.y. the tali tale teller, and the ele.-troriiili "itli Ihe special series, "Life's a Came or Cards." will complete the allay. Seal sale now on sale for all Telephone m:'. eek. km:isi;i, QI AKTI'T. I'lrst of 'rwciily-seconil Serie- Here Tills I'ACiihiK. The I'liiver.lly Cliaiuber concert .se ries will I pencil this e cuius at Xil.'i In l.auipson lyceiini by the Kneiael iuart-t, The followins prom'iini will be ,lae,l: llii.Mlii - Quait. t in K Mat. op. :i:i. Alb urn iii.hIi rain. S. herjtaiulo. I.al'Kn snslelHitO. l're.'-t.i. CrieK I'nllnislieil Quailel in V major. Siistellllto. All.-sro sclier'.aiiil.i. It. ethiiVell-QU.Il let ill (' major, op. .'i!, No. .1. Andante-Allesrn. Atnliinle cull liint.v MellllettO- AlleRru lliolto. The i inniete I'.iurse uf Chamber eon cei l 'will euunlst nf three concerts by the Knelsel iiiiarlet and one by the i Alalll..iv 1I fur Which sea.-'iill llclets IIIkIi street entrance nf Lamp.xon hall. .11 MOK I 'A I It TO-DW. Tim annual fair of the pirls of Hie Junior fair will be held today In the lilch .school basement between the hours of 2 and 7. The fair was start- il by the fills of the class of Itlaii and since then each siicceeillm; class has fallen Into line. The procce.!,- nf the fair are devoted tn the school dicnra- futid. illfii.' Marine Rrcnrr'. A$Zi vou r oi- m-: ii u nv. Arrived: Steniner Howard i ' one bnrKe from New York; inpa u.i". bjil'K.' Slotl urioii. I'blla lo 1 ii . i i i . Si I lei : t ow- for Williams. I'iiw Vulian, .villi ili'edKe and Hl ll!Kepol'l ; Iiik .blll'es Me nu Ii len Ii irffes for New- York; Iiib Itaiiinli'i-, will- Ihree baiKi for New York: Inc U. M. W;i t itiiiii li. wllh live hare.es for New London and I'rov idem-e ; no? I, other I '. Ward, Willi four I. arsis for Hartford. i.i:m:hm, Miii'i'iVi VHtts, N. w York. lire. ,1, Arrived: Sieam ei s Simla nil, A nl w "t'P, I Si.iiniei' lte(."lna de ll.ilia. lienon and ' Naples r.. New York, in eonimunlea llioii with Siiiiapona.-k. I.. I., lime anl ' .1 i-1 a uce not hiii. Iio.k about 8:1111 a. in. I-M.lay Ibure. I fee, II. Arrived: Hleanier fi 1'ioven, ,.. New York. Plymouth, He". A rrived: Steamer Tetilonle, New York for I'lierhniirg ami Hmii lainiplnn land pr i-ded i. I.lierpoot. I iee. Arrived off Mei'. sey Har: SI. 'inner Mexican, lialvesion via Norfolk for Liverpool. Past net. Hee. :. I'nsseil: Steamer S.ilbiinbi. Huston for Liverpool.. itliinill.il'. l'"c, .1.- Arrived: Steamer ('a la lirla. New York for Marseilles, Napies. etc. Liverpool, lire. 3. Arrived: Steamer Liisllaiila. New York via Qiieenstown, Ui-tin. a. I iee. :i. Arrived: Steamer lirotipriiizes'ln I'eiille. New York via I'lviiioulli and I 'If rboiinr. i'mita Del (liidn, line. ,1,-. Sn iled : St r. I'reslilent Lincoln I frnni New York! Niiphs and (leiuia. lirnw Head. I iee. I!, -.Steamer Amer Ika. New York for Plymouth. I'her lioiiru' a lid Hamburg, seventy-five miles s. Hill, west al I ::.'., .i. in. to-day, Will probr.blv reach Plymouth about t;:;a h. ni. Friday. Palermo, hee. J.- Sailed: ftea.mer Peruirbi, New York. Hrow Hen. I, I e. 3.--Steamer St. Paul. New York for Plymouth, Cher bourg and Southnniplon, was mm miles southwest al !t:lii p. ni. Will reaea Plynioiiili ii a. in. Saturday. London. Hee, :t. Sailed; Steamer Minnehaha. New York. (jiieenstown. Dee, 3. Sailed: Steam er Oceanic, New York. vp.w i.ovnov Mkiiixr. voikm. New Lonil'in, Pec, ?,. --Arrived: Sclirs, Cora May, Hrltlsh. Nnva Scotia for New York; Margarel, Hrltlsh; tun Cora I.. SUipIos, lowing sehooner ll. .1. Saw yer and two barges, Providence for New York. Sailed; Schooner Alda, hound east. THE PECK & BISHOP CO. Main Ofliccs. ISS-ISS I'nliiii Slreol Hriiiu li Ollices, Passenger Depot, 2.ri l lilon Street. FURNITURE MOVING, PIANO MOVING, BAGGAGE EXPRESS. FURNITURE PACKING, STORAGE WAREHOUSE. Itcst fncilHlcs !'oi moxiiiK Sufis, Mai'lilncn, KiiRlnes. etc. If you hiue 1 nn i ll'.lne to niuio It ( us quote prices. i I 11 I . I . i ll Delightful Winter Voyages ITALY EGYPT Vii Aiofti. Midfir Gihraltar. Almi By Splendid Twin Scr.w SlMtntn ot th. WHITE STAR LINE tS&S cedric i (Itrjfit Sinner KmpUye4 Ln the Tr4t ) Ai Um Popilir "Republic" "Canoplc" "Crellc" " Romanic H Full pirtieultriproaplly (uriiilied bjr 1 1 WHITE STAR LINE 1 1 Ltzri n ri n r!J -f-f-rH--fHH-HH''HH-'f i To Quebec t 1 hrouffh Sleeoincr Car Service Historic old (Jiirhor wm Is mid ipinliitiiess of this Hiiclcnl dipltal that Is Imlescrlhahle. Hero joit may revel In nil namipr if winter sports llic most exhilaration pastimes. Society Is now assembled at the enpltul, and (lie winter season will he exceptionally brlllliinl. I.envc New Haven dally, except Sunday, at n:44 p. in. You arrive at Levis, opposite Quebec, at 1:00 p. in. next day. On .Saturdays the sleeping car goes only tn .Newport, Vt. Hutith-boiind, you leave Levis at a : .1 0 p. m. dally, except Sunday. If you're tliliil.lii of goiii! Write A. II. SMITH, ;. I. we'd he V, I NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN IN CONNKCTION WITH OUIt Midwinter M;di crranein Sailings A Scries of Personally Conducted TOURS de LUXE TOUR A " $765 bv S. S. IIAMISI.'IKS, Jan. 5. . TOUR B m '( $390 In S. S. .K H.TKK, Jan. -S. TOUR C 1- $410 In S. S. DKI'TSt'llLANTt. Keh. tl. TOUR D '! ' $540 In S. S. IIAAIHI'II'!, Feb. 1H. TOUR E ,!,,vs $440 by S. S. DKl'TSCIILAXM. .March 11. I'.atcs Incliiile nil necessary expenses. SKN'n poll IIOOKLKT. Hamburg-American Line 1 1-l.'i ItUOADW.W. X. V. Rneezev Kelsey, 102 .Church Jiis. II. Parish & Co.. S6 Oranse St. st.i Starin's N. Y. and N. H. Line IMII.V HM'MPT M il ium', I or WliiMteilil:4fl. (via Naugatuck I'lissrimer nnil l'relKh( Sen li e. Muiic). 11:32 u. in., 2:r,6, 5:45, 7:40 p. m. I ic Neiv Haven !i in., Slariai un. -S :- a. in., i!:45 p. ni. pier, fool of Itrowii slreel. Leaves IMllsltcld. Kle. a5:5S, 9:31, a. ni.. New York. Ii P . in-. Cnrilaiiill si reel ! ' : 1 ' P- Sun. :i7 :."i2 a. in. piers. No. N. II. I'nte. JTae.: exeiir- ''"r I.Heli(l'll 9:32 u. ni., 4:16 p. m. si. m tickets $1.25: rooms, Jl.ai'. Take Mm. ;7:i'i2 a. m. Ciiapel street ear to Hrewery street. ' a Pi UrldHepurt C. . riSIII-:il, nrnl, ' K.Npres.s ti-uiiin. x Local express. p llnvrn, 4 "nil. i f II Parlor ear limited, a Saturday. No r Sunday furl her ssensers Tiiesihi not lee. frnni a ml New Haven nn Thursday, until JEWELERS. Visitors Welcome. Our slock of Jewelry, Cut ilass apd Silverware Is now complete nod we in vite those Mini fnvor "KAKLY XMAS SHOPPIVti" lo make their selection. New ilcslyns lit Ladles' Solid (odd P.rooclies unit (ientleinen's Scarf Pins. J. H. G. DURANT, WATt'HM KKH ii ml .IKWI'.LIH. 1 Church Street. New Haven, old (ii.ld Taken In Kxchunfte, TIME. It iS nOW time tO tllink Ofl'La Lorraine Dec. 31 Xmas ffifts. The earlier one ' i decides the better selection to choose from. Our stock is ! complete and may offer you suggestions. Why not try ? T88 CHAffu 8TREET. NEW HAVSNi 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. White Star Line NEW YORK-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL ( cilrlc, Iln', B, I tltl, lire. in. Aril hie, lire, 12. I Hullle, Dre. !M. PLYMOUTH-CHERBQUR6-S0UTHAMPT0N Mnlpntie, Ore. 9. I 1'r ill onto, lire, 2!l. Oomnle, lire, 16. I Atlrlnilo, Dec. .10. BOSTON-QUEENSiOWN-LIVERPOOL I nit Twin Screw Mnll sienmrn, of 11,400 to 15110 tuna, l ymrle. 1)pc. I, ll n. m.i Jim. I.'l, a p. m. WK ITALY & EGYPT Via A.orm, Mnilrlr and lilbraltnr. P.onuinle, lioo. 6, .Inn. 30. Mar. 13, Apr.14 Crotle, Dec. 10, Jnir. J, Keh. 7. Apr. 3. Ciiiioplo. Jan. 2, Krb. 13, Mnr. 27, Republic Jan. 111!, Mar. . penpip I iii.aan ion, jHn; a. bLUnib i.arR-Mt In the Tmdi-.l.'eb. t. For plains, etc., Apply to Company Office, 9 Broadway, N. Y or M State St., India Building:, Bolton, or to Sweeiey Kelney, 0'i Church Btreett, Bishop A .'o 185 Orange street; J. II. Parish A Co., 88 Orange street, New Haven. a fusclimtlon about the bonuly T glial to help you plan your trip. Kooiii 110, New llnven, Conn. & HARTFORD R, R, CO, fjew York foew Haven. & Hartford' Railroad. OtlOBKH Itfl. 1H08, l-'or ' lock 4:IR. ! IV vVMt xS:lu. a:.,i:.. a , .:.,' tS:3. i4U. 7:03, 7:50, S':U 4Voi, P. ill. .Sumlays M;I5, M:45. !:.!., a. in., xlistlitl, 1:55, '2:01, "3:61. o.Dl, xil.ij, Ui'tu, 7.03, 7:60. :0t p. m. l-'or W nslilnitlon On llHrlrm Itlvc-r 1M10 p. ni.. 'U'lOU. lllichl. .lullv. l'ir llustun via Hlfil. nnif Wl Ill- -I'lilM II. III., 'AMIS D. III. l-'or lliminn via I'ruvlilrnce 2:2'i. J:l, 7:1i, I1:I2, a- ill., 'liOo. ii!:42, -2:bS. 4:2(1, 4:,-i( 6:42. 7:05 u. m. I'mn "2:20, '2:D1, a. m., 12:J5, 2;5S, l:ou, 7:u6 n. ni. l-'r HoNton via yprioKnrld 'Hill, 11:15 ll. in,, 1 ;47. "5:44 u.i in. 8un. 1 :10 a. in., 'IA. '5:44 p. m. Tor llnrirnrri, NrlnKflrld x4 :0P. 7 :4K. a. ni., xl:0u, x5:no, x8:10 p. m. Sun. x!:5, a. in.; xS:10, x!):20 p. in. For WillliiiHiitlc 7:.!5 a. in., 12:58, B:17 p. in. Suit. 7:20 p. in. l-'or slK-llMirnc I'iiIU 7:44 a! m.. 12'2I Ho Now Hartford), 4:01, 6:00 p. m. (to esllield). mnlin r nOKW VOIIliU TUB rUnsOUIH AND WFJT (MUHf FARC! REDUCED, Ml, A MClt ItllllARU PUCK, from Not Ilaveo Ltave Bell Dock daily, except Mondays, 1:30 a. m. I'r rvt lork Leave Pkr 28, Ka.:t Itlver, near Catherine t., S:0fl p. m.:; dally except Sundays. Time betweeli New liuvcn and New York about flvts lumrs. - I ' Tlcknta and elaterootn at Bishop .t Co.s, 185 Orange street, alio at Bell4 Pock alul on Steamer, " (3KO. C. BLACK, Agent, New Haven. I xr f eiAl.ir.v. A ri T i I FRENCH LINE. Laiiiasnle tieuerulv IrunaailHui.qu, Ulru-'.-t ivlno to liAV Khl f AK1S, Prano. ballhiK every TIJUHSDAX, lu a m. Krom Pier 42, North Klvr, Now York. La Touraine, Dec. 1J La UreluKiie Dee, 17 Ln I'rovcnc'C Dec. -( "I, a iimrame inn. i La Hretustne Jan, 11 Twla-iic-rew steamer. SI'I A I A I, l KP A II Tl II K N. w Twin Sereiv S. S. "ChlcnRO." De vi iiiber i. noon, from Pier S4 N. 1 loot W. 44th St. ' (irneml AitrBey, III Mate Mrect, N. Y, Apply id French Line, 19 State St., N. I. or Sweeiey & lielsey, 102 Church St, Hlshop i4 Co., 181t Orango St. Parish A Co.. 3 Ornnse St Experienced Travellers acknowledge the excellence of the Hamburg -American Line NT, XT SAILINGS Plymouth. Pherhourg, Hamburg, Kalserln. Dec. 12. ilibnillar, Naples, Genoa, Moltke Peermher 8. CRUISES To the CARIBBEAN JAMAICA WEST INDIES PANAMA SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA W'l-'.KKI.V nv BW ruisr," stram- KIIM of the Atlas Service. ii a ml 2ft days. Cost VM a nil f 140 up. Mo Tonrn Ine. nil fppnufn, 13 to St (lays $105 o $230. Tickets to and from Went (.'oast Points. Through ' h vmhi ih;-a MP.nn a link. H.-A. UIl-HJ., 1-46 B'way. N. V. Sweezey Kclsey, 102 Church st.i Jas. It. Parish & Co., Si Orange st. AMERICAN LINE ! Plymouth herhours; Noullmnipto Krom New ioik BiuurnHys at lu a. m. New York.. Dec. 5 I Phiia. Dee. 19, St. Louis, Dec. 12. I St. Paul, Dec, RED STAR LINE NEW YORK ANTWKHP I'AHIS From New York Mulurdnys at II a. m. Finland, Deo, IB. I Krooiilancl, Dec. 30. Vnderland, Dec. 23. Zeeland. ,1a n. 6. (itller, 0 llrnudwiiy, IMew 1 ork eil. I'lera 14 nuil IB, N. R N. V. tllj. Bish op & Co., 185 OnnKB Nt M. Zundcr & Sons. 249 Slat St.; J. VI. Parish & Co., Sil Oraneo ft.; 8wetey & Ktlsey, 101 Church St,, New Haven, eod tt