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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1003.
9 lteflslpii le&fopufj- JUST WITHDRAWN FROM CUSTOM HOUSE, Nine Bales of Fine Grade ORIENTAL RUGS. Bought Direct, Imported Direct and Sold Direct. These Rugs and Carpets arrived last week aboard the Steamship Romanic and immediately withdrawn by us from the U. S. Custom House. This was a belated shipment and should have ar rived several weeks ago. There are over fifteen hundred pieces in the collection, which comprises every weave from the highest grade of Royal Per sian Silk and Kashan Rugs down to the inexpen sive Moussoul and Carabaghs. Arriving as they have in the midst of the holi day season and so near our annual stocktaking, we have inaugurated a Six Day Sale of Rugs offering these artistic specimens of Oriental weav ing at prices unequalled before. A visit to the department will convince you that our assortment is the largest and most select and our prices the lowest. The Charles Monson Co. guarantee is behind every Rug. Oriental Rug and Carpet Dept., Third Floor. GXVE-A-MAN A-RATTLE FOR XMAS and it may amuse but scarcely delight him. Your desire, of course, is to please him with a gift he'll enjoy. Therefore a box of good segars is always good judgment, for no smoker ever has too many on hand. "Muttoon srgnrs nrp GOOD srEiirs." SEBARSTOm Mettoon' fisrnw. 80S Clinpcl St., cor. Orange. t ! ASSEMBLY MAKE-UP Data of Members of House and Senate Who Will Next Con vene at Hartford. Republican majority 188 Christmas Groceries nrc receivine unusual attention with us this season because, with the present era of returning pros perity, we should he going behind our record did we not show an unusual variety of new, good and appropriate stulf. Ready next week: List of "1908 Christmas Boxes' and Anew "Letter of Credit" idea designed to simplify Hobday Gift Giving in our line of Fancy Groceries and Wines. Here of course, like other new and good tilings. f4FTne helpfulness of our Printed Lists at Christina; turn am upll wnrih the asking for, or Postal request, that win promptly reicn mem. 381 S-taXi Sir- CHOICE FRESH FRUITS. APPLES 1 VM v TANGERINES GRAPES DATES LEMONS ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT I AM V OOMMi M A TOKAY IM 1,1,1 l i iAT iiAi;n PEARS FIGS LIMES PINEAPPLES BANANAS FANCY DRIED FRUITS. m ill)lN(i STATISTICS. SIiohh Ht2.IS7.Oiin Tor Work's Operations. The following ulnt IM lex n. to build in operations In .No KliKlnnd were compiled, by the F. V. DoiIrh nun puny: l 'diltrHcts awarded week ending Dec. 2. IWS, J2.l.ii,0il0; oiinvspuiidlns period imr, St.2T1.000; corresponding period K'Olt, li.IIJS.ilOO; corresponding period lM.'i. $1,397,001); corresponding period K'M, Sl.46J.OO0; corresponding period IIHM, $i.-,I,000; ooircspiindinir period 1902. $1 $09,000; corresponding period 1901. $1,-7?,O0O. lime 2:10 Sen li and Dcinncnits llae Only ."Vl Three Senators Arc Soicnty cars Old. OBITUARY NOTES Mr. Jullett Field. The death occurred yesterday at Madison, of Mrs. Jullctt Field, widow f tho late Thomas S. Field. Prccafeil was In the 82d yenr nf her age. Funeral services will be bold from the home of her son, Frederick W. Fields tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. 9 o'clock. Interment vi rence cometcrv. be In fit. I.!iv- 1'rancM A. Crawford. Funeral services for the late Fninces '. Crawford, wife of Henry W. Craw ford will he held from 13 Clinton ;ive ntie this afternoon. Friends are invited to attend. It Is requested that no flow ers he sent. Irene F. Callahan. The funeral services for the late Irene F. Callahan who died suddenly :t her parpntn' residence. 47 Canner .(Street yesterday will he held at St. Joseph's church tomorrow morning at I Louis 15. Ilenilnsovnv. i The fiinpral of the late l.onl.x H. I Hemingway, who died at Montowese, Saturday, will take pluce from hl late i residence on Quimiiplac avenue tomor row afternoon at 2:?.0 o'clock. WESTYILLE. The Ladies' Vp-tn-Pnle cluh will ! nuel this afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. V. Marsh on Whalley ave nue. The reading for the afternoon will he conducted by Mrs. Laurens Lenox. ach DEATHS. t'R AWFOItl) -In this city, peceinher 1. I9.ii. I'ninces A wife of Henry W. ih wford. Funeral services will be hehl al N'o. 13 f'linton avenue, Monday afternoon at two o'clock. Friends Invited, Kind ly omit flowers. d7 1 1 FlRMl At Madison. Conn., December 0. I90i, J ii 1 lot t Field, widow of Thom as S. Field. hrwI 82 years. Funeral at the home of her son, Fred erick V. Field, Tuesday, December 8, I Oaf. at 2 P. ni. d7 21 HHMISliWAY In Montowese, Decem ber i. 1ouls R. Ilemlnffway, aged V, yea rs. Funeral services will be held nt Ills lute residence. Cjulnnlplne avenue Montowese. Tuesday, December S, at 2:.1ii n. in. Friends are Invited. , d7 It Kdwln l,j licit. I Tlie death occurred at Short K. ! yesterday after a week's sicklies.-: ,.f i Kdwln Lynch, formerly of this .-it--. lie was seventy years of age, and an uncle- of Attorney R F Lynch. De ceased leaves one sister, Mrs, Mary tialllgan, and one brother Philip Lynch. The funeral will take place Wednesday with services at St. John's church, this cliy. Tlie other arrange ments have not yet been complete.!. The Hoys' brigade of the Congrega tional church, will hold Its regular meeting this evening at 7::',0. The boys arc mnking arrangements for a minstrel Fhow which will be given In Masonic hall, December , CARD OK THANKS. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh riuitket and fam ily wish to thank their many friend for Ibelr sympathy and kindness, which was exleniied during their late bereave meiil. Also for the many beautiful lloral pieces. (17 2t. KVKHYRODY C.WK ftLlDLY. The expense Incident (n funeral ser vice Ik ninny (lines n heavy himlen, lie. currinu ns II often iters nnexpeeteilly nnd after long periods of Illness. II Is our desire to he known nil ennslriernto In our rlmritrs, and espeelnll.v thointht r I of fh many enres nml resiinnsllilll lies wlileh ne must neeeMnrlly nssume on hik'Ii oeenslons. GIIAIIV.U A IlAYnS, 101)11 Chapel SI. Clean House By the Genuine Vacuum System and it will be 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, Jiugs, Carpets, Furniture ( leaned Without ltcinonl. TEL. 2700, ''Tug Day" Fiirlclie St, Raphael's Hospital to Amount of $5,000, Everybody entered heart, and onl Into the enthusiasm of "lag day" ultii the glorious result that $fi,nnn has been mlded to the fund for Si. Itapli id's hospital. When the count was finished nt the end of seven hours It was found that the amount was actually some thing over $ino short of that amount, and Immediately the commlt.ee and one or two friends made up the difference. It. Is the universal expression of the young women who did the lagging that "everybody was splendid." Many who bought on their way to business In the morning, bought again at noon and perhaps even once more at night, (me young woman sold one to a man who said he would buy II If she would put It. on his coal. There was no tijg In sight on Ids closely buttoned overcoat, but when lie opened that, the under coat was decorated with at least a dozen. There were many si nil In r cases, The amounts rout rlbuled varied from one penny to checks for as much as $20. Ftllt most of tbe collection were nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars and there were dollar bills galore. One very light box, when opened proved to contain $43. A small boy went Into the committee headquarters Saturday night, it bout. II o'clock, with a loaf of bread In one hand and a nlcltel in the other. "Can 1 buy a tag'"' he asked. When told he could, "how much arc they?" he reiiiesleil. The police man on duty l old him that he should feel honored to decorate him, and Ihe little chap went out happy In the pos session of the popular badge of the day. The. sum collected Is regarded as a inosl satisfactory and gratifying one, and Hie chaperons and their assistants are lo be congratulated upon the very favorable Impression left in the minds I of New Haven people with regard to the splendid way In which the day was I planned for. and the inet and courlil oration with which the collectors nan. died their part of II. The Ladies' .Missionary society of the Congregational church will hold Its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Kdwln Voorhees of (!9 Founlain street. Friday afternoon. The mem bers are requested to bring their own Sewing. The ;ev, Frederick .1. Sexton of St. .lames' church, preached a very Interesting sermon to a large gather Ing of the tioyal Anh Masons of New Haven last evening. The Westvllle firemen wire called out to a small fire last evening about !i:"fl o'clock, nt the home of Mr. Lon-"-bury on Tryon street. The chimney in light (Ire, no serious damage being done due lo the llc( work of the firemen. The hoard of education will hold a meeting in the W'eshllte grammar school this evening, SIIF.KI' Kit I .! Dl .US' AN V I'M,. He - I have Just returned from Ala- 1 U ! Sin' Alaska! oh, y : Cult's where I linn eat siiouballf and use 1, Ides for i tujtliuick. - i;unl.uu Ti'aUdul'lUl. Session to be Hold Wednesday in Mor Idcn Willi Xddrcsscs ami Prizes. The annual meeting of the Connecti cui Sheep Breeders' assoclntln will be hehl In conjunct Inn with the meeting of the Connecl lent hoard of trnde In the town hall at Meriden on Wednes day, December !l. The meeting will he opened Hi IK o'clock with if paper on "Profitable Sheep Husbandry." by Joseph K. Wing, staff correspondent for the Rreeriefs ilnzetie, Al noon there will be the re ports of ofliocrs, election of officers for the ensuing 'ear, announcement nf prizes and a discussion of the operation of the new dog law and proposed amendments. After a recess the ses sion will reconvene to listen to Hi) ad dress by Mr. Whig on "Old Fields Made New: A Story of Alfalfa," Prizes will lie given for wool ex hibited by members of the association. There w ill be four classes of wool, with first and second prizes of $." and $3 In each class, divided as fine, medium, coarse and combing wool. Special prizes of similar value will be given for Ihe two fleeces put up In the neat est and most attractive form for mar lad. w wri'.n IN IIRIDI.FPOKT. New York, Dec. fi. - On a charge of conspiracy to defraud, William K, Fhitow, nil yel!rs old, was arrested here to-day on the reipiest of the Hrlilgeport police, The Bridgeport, authorities were notified ami Farrow WHS held til police heilllipiarteis, The officials In the otllce of th stale secretary have had printed the preliminary roll of members of the general assembly. Tie document con tains a grept deal nf Intcrc.-dlng dalu of a biographical character relating to members of the senate and of the house. The two branches of the gen eral assembly will consist of 21") members. Politically, they are divid ed as follows: Republicans. dem ocrats, 51. Th republicans will there fore have a majority of ISS on a joint ballot, In case every member votes. In the session of 1907 there were in both blanches ; lti republicans and "I democrats. It will thus bo seen that, numerically, the democrats In the general assembly will not be as strong as they were at the last session. Perhaps, as the late Samuel PYssen den so happily said of the democratic minority of the house of IS!).', of which be was speaker, they make up for deficiency In numbers by superior fitness for legislative work. Tie ,em oerats will be twenty-three loss than they were two years ago. In tbe sen ate the democratic minority Is reduc ed from eight to four, and In Die house from sixty-six to forty-seven. All the senators In the session of I nofl are of American birth, but two Thomas Howen of the Fourteenth dis trict, who was born In Wales, ami John Hurley, who first opened his eyes to the light of day In the Emer ald isle. The youngest member if tbe senate will be Joseph YV. Alsop of the Fifth district, who is thirty-two years old. The age of the oldest sen ator Is seventy, ,but t iere are three senators who are) recorded In the roll as having reached that age A. W. Phillip of tho .Seventeenth district. Isaac W. Ilrooks of the Thirteenth and Andrew (1. Parties of the T'llrty second. It will renuire a record of the precise date of the birth of these venerable senators to determine who Ik the oldcsl. The nexf highest age to that of the youngest senator Is Liirly lliree years, and there are three sen ators entered as being of that, age Walter L .tioodwln of the Second, F. P. Latimer of the Klghteenth and W. 1, Allyn of the NlncleenCv In Lie house there are thirteen members of foreign birth, and the countries of (heir nativity are as follows: Italy 1, Sweden 1. Canada. 1, Scotland I, "?cr niany !i. Kngland 'I, Ireland 2. Th" oldest member of the lionse Is Oliver W. Mack of Portland, who enjoyed the same distinction the last session, The venerable legislator Is eighty-one years old. The youngest member Is John Ruck ley, of the town of Fnlon, who is In his twenty-third year. I (lit III'. M OK H ARV VRR. .1. ,L Slorrow, Boston Banker, Named hy Rumor. Boston, Mass., Dec. (t. A rumor was circulated among Harvard men In State street to-day that the presi dency of Harvard college, after Charles W. Kllot leaves on May 1 next, had been offered to James J. Ptorrow, president of the Boston school bonrd. and a member of the banking firm of Lee, Hlgglnson A Co. The rumor was that the position hail been tender ed unofllclHlly to Mr. Storrow by the Harvard Overseers. When Mr. Stor row was asked about It. he said: "This Is news to me. I know noth ing h Lout. II, That Is all T can say." ON .ON KROK 1R Phll'S STAFF. Mllford, Mass., Deo. fi. Captain William H. Pond of Company M, Sixth regiment, M. V. M,, was not I fieri to day of his appointment as a member nf the staff of I iovernor-eleet F.ben S. Draper, with orders to report for duty on Inauguration day, January 7. Nothing is so refreshing and stimulating as a cup of good Tea after shopping or walking. Early Spring pickings of New Season's Teas have arrived. Please order from us and be convinced of the superior qual ity of Teas we sell. ohn Cjwmxx AFRICOTS PEACHES PRUNES 1X CITRON MALAGA RAISINS SEEDED RAISINS SULTANA RAISINS MUSCATEL RAISINS CURRANTS RED PITTED CHERRIES The S. W. Hurlburt Co. f 1074 CHAPEL STREET. D. M. Welch & Son OFFER noasthiff Chickens, 20r per lb: young, louder Fowl at 18c per lb; young Turkeys nt 25c. per lb. All sold full dressed. BRUSSEL SPROUTS. , Vrry nice, nt 12c per quart. Hotlioiise I iicuninors, t lor sue, uosiuu Head Lettuce, 1) ' A full line of Fresh Vegetables. i CANNED VEGETABLES. ' n A ran of very nice Tomn toes. Corn and Peas- the three cans for 260. They arc nil good quality and a bargain. COFFEE. We have a mewled Coffee at 25e per lb that we believe has the beat cup value of any offered at that price. FLORIDA ORANGES. . Big Mile this week, (irent big Florldas, 30o per dozen; large for 2oo per dozen nnd n good Orange, for 2"c per dozen. They all cut sweet. Lem ons, 15c per dozen. Splendid Grape Fruit, 6c each. D. M. Welch & Son. FAIR HAVEN NEW HAVEN WEST HAVEN Monday, iec. i, u. WILD DUCKS if A T T AO rC BROAD BILLS BLACK I Guinea Chickens Roasting Pigs OUR X'mas Box List will be ready Dec. 10 They make most acceptable gifts for relatives or friends liv ing out of town, where a store like ours is unknown. A postal or 'phone call will bring one to your home, Let us put your name on our mailing list. L. C. PFAFF 6 SON, The Best Heats 7-9 Church Street. Teleplione 1046. . -M-M- -H-H-H"HH-f-M"M"M SCHOENBERGER'S Headquarters, 86-96 George St. Jrtr Telephone 11175, JOHN ALDEN FLOUR Not a 0neSided Flour. Just received a carload of John Alden Flour. This flour is made from northwestern hard spring wheat. John Al den Flour is not a "one-sided" flour it is made to serve the whole circle of kitchen econo my. It makes good bread, good pie3, good pastry. It makes friends in the kitchen and friends in the dining room. It merit3 a trial. TheR. H.Nesbit Co. Church nnd Kim streets. Our Fruit Supply Our supply of Kruita was never larger or morn varied. With every recurring .veiir I ho. assortment. Ih nmro complete. Look tliem over, plonse, Riul give us the order as promptly as convenient. Out-of-town orders have become a prominent par? of our IiunI neis we pack them carefully. J. B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. The .Mirror Prult Store. Lean Salt Pork Sperry & Barnes Sausage Hamburg Steak Fresh Shoulders BRANCH STORES. CoiHjrcw Aie.. Vox. 1 1-IS. Mown id Ave.. or. Columlms Slnle St.. 77(1-772. Stale St.. 131(1. Onk St.. cor. Klllotl. Grand Ave., 7Sfi. Grand Ave., cor. -i Gilbert Ave., cor T)ixnell Ave., cor Klin SI., 521. 9clb. 8c lb. 7c lb. 8c lb. Mojrd. Greenwood. . Khelton. Also n brunch In AVoodmont. M Tel. 3590 mm m ki km vii m .. .nn Mir V 1 t TURKEYS Fannr ry Picked. CHICKENS Miiu-Fed. r BROILERS Pny Scalded, Our Own Dressing. SQUAB J1 One. LAMB It(C. Saddles, Chops. 409 Stdtt St. Opp.Journd-Couriep VEGETABLES E'r" ,,"py house Tomatoes, 1eltuce and Cucum bers, Southern Siring Deans, Squash, V.gg Plant. Cauliflower, Okrn, anil Green Peppers. Regular Stand. 60c Tea24c Regular Stand. 35c Coffee 18c Satisfaction Guaranteed. Direct Importing Co., 71 ORANGE ST. 'I'll r 'lunrn of Kim l.i in I'm fHVnrite nine in one of I lie old Mine sorts known iih I leriiiiisH. ii lovely. I ree-ilowerliiK pink nice, which yields ,-i rloh hnivesl of lo;i in ifn I frngriint IiIonmiums. So fond Im the 1 1 1 1 1' i li cf this io-e Unit nho enunoa li lo he ni-own hy I hoiiNiimlN In huge hnnleis near her rrivorlle dairy, mfi well ah lii the (tardeiKi bu no ii in I n her linni'. Tills year's Inrun enleh of all k 1 11 it n of Mull, hoih on Ihe liriiml Hunks are! nlong the Novn Scot la eons!, hns lend td'to iimke Ihe prie of nil fish product much lower Ihnu hi fennel' years, m' coidlns lo ii report mnde hy I'onsul (ii ml liiivld Wilbur, of llnllfnx. iiii nceniiiit of Ihe dlftlcnlly In Retting men. the number of vewpels huIHiii; from ports hIouk Hie Mouth shore of Novn Seutin him dei resNed In the, lit few year.