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egars Sugar Cured Hams & Bacon, ' We have taken out of the smoke house our first lot of SUGAR-CURED Ham3 and Bacon. Of course, most of us know what they are, but for the benefit of those who do not, would say that they are cured by a process of our own that gives them a most unusual flavor and sweetness. Unusual Values In Standard Brands in Small Boxes Low Prices 3 Si S-taXi Sir- AS ADVERTISED YESTERDAY 25 Per Cent. Reduction on all Fur Scarfs and Muffs Our Stock is Too Large. VKUV SPKCIAI, 25 Box Martinet Pert. 89 C'KNTS Our Holiday Prices for Wines & Spirits are on page 4. VKRY SPKCIAI; Mattoon No. 10 10c 12 nox go CKNTS Delicious Gornfed Sparerib. Very white Spring Pigs. and tasty, cut out of home -fatted vfhy kpkciu, 25 Box After Dinner C'ear Havana BREVA $2.25 t THE 5S0RNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1908. leaoprL A CLEARANCE SALE OF ALL SILL PETTICOATS FOR HOLIDAY BUYERS. Just for a BARGAIN TREAT for our customers who have bought so liberally during this happy holiday season. Black Silk Petticoats. I 3.95 P.itMconts until Christmas. $3.00 5.00 Petticoats until Christmas. 4. 1 7 6.50 Pottlcoats until Christmas, 4,50 7.75 Petticoats until Christmas, 5.00 8 50 Petticoats until Christmas. 5.50 12.00 Petticoats until Christmas. 7 00 I 4.50 Petticoats until Christmas. 8.00 Colored Silk Petticoats. S 3.93 Petticoats until Christmas. $3.00 5.00 Petticoats until Christmas, 4. 1 7 6.50 Petticoats until phrlstmas. 4.50 7.75 Petticoats untllhrlstmas, 3.00 9.50 Petticoats until Christmas. 6.00 1 2.50 Petticoats until Christmas, 8.00 16.5Q Petticoats until Christmas, 10.00 VKRY KPFCIAl, 25 Romeo and Juliet $4.00 Certainly most acceptable gifts, mark upon EVERY PETTICOAT. The "Monson" quality SI. 50 Value for $1.00 3 Yard Waist Pattern White Waist Patterns, 3 yds. long, neatly done up with holly ribbon and boxed for Christmas gifts ; a dozen dif ferent designs to select from. The materials consist of Fig ured English Madras. Pop lins, Embroidered and Dotted Swisses, Mercerized Batistes and Austrian Silks. Value $1.50 each pattern. Tuesday $1.00. White Goods Dept. A Nice $5 Gift for a Lady A dress pattern of any of the following materials, which are all new fabrics, Just ar rived for Spring, 1909: The new Foulardette Silk, which Is destined to be one of the most fashionable dress materials; Irish Poplin, In plain shades and In narrow and wide rib; Silk Mulls; Scottish Ginghams, and Ban zai Silk In plain and figured ; 10 yards In a pattern for $5. Wash Goods Dept , Right Aisle. vfuv spkciai, 12 Box El Teano FRDERJCOSSO Our lilg liumliloi' contains hundreds uul hundreds of scaurs Hod up mill 'itJWtl for rimtoniers wild are fore handed at this season. Heller drop In Mid Ret the thing on" your mind. " There's always n discniiocrlliig rush, 'nt diiy or (wo, AND " ' ' IIIMSKU' ii Christmas present thwarts dlsnppoiut- meiil nnd mil nt least sliniiliite Joy. We Is no Jny. HUMIDQRS, LEATHER METAL SEGAR ami SEGARETTE CASES, MEERSCHAUM and BRIAR PIPES, TOBACCO JARS, POUCHES And iiiiiny oilier lliliiRs men like to reeelve. Wholesale Prices Obtain. 1TTSHIHG NOT I'OK Til AAV. '6 SEGARSwm Mat'.oon'i Cmr. 80S ('Impel St.. cor. Orange. OBITUARY NOTES .Fay Lewis. Word was recently received 111 this ty of. the diili of Jay t.ewls ol D"ii r. Col. iMr. Lewis leaves a widow, si rmer New Haven resilient. Before i marriage she was 'Miss K.sther aim, a sister of Isaac N. Darin of St. "nan Terrace ami ol the late John A. ill William F. Unnti. .Mr. Lewis was Wholesale jeweler. No particulars of is, dentil have been received hut It Is '.ought to have been rather midden. Tlioinas II. (.111. Thomas II. filll, for more than venty-three years a letter carrier in DEATHS. HITCH KISS In tills cltv. December Ix. lims. Mary K widow of Wales (I. Holchklss. "nneral til SI. Pii ill church. Tuesday, I irceiiiber 22. IlinS. nt half-past two Ii. in. il22 It VHITK -George Kdward White. In New York city, on December 19, In l In- filth year of his age. son of tho lute Henry White of New Haven, ( 'mm. ''iineral services chapel, Ornva Street. cemetery, New Haven, Tuesday, T)o-,-emher 22, at 2 p. in. i!21 2t this elty, died at his late residence. KJ) (ircharil street after a short Illness from pneumonia and pleurisy, rp to a week ago he was still on his route in Ihe Tenth ward, where he was re garded as an excellent, carrier and will he much missed. Mr. (ill! was about forty-eight years of ace mid leaves a widow ami three children. He was a member of the lo cal Letter Curriers' association, Hie Mutual leneflt association and was for tunny years secretary of one of the lodges of Foresters. He was also a member of St. John's Ft, c. church. The funeral will h" held Wednesday morning at Si. John's church al f o'clock and Interment will e In the family lot In HI. Hernard's cemetery. Sarah S. Hrnugliloii. The funeral of Sarah S. Hroughton, whose death occurred Thursday, was held from the residence of her daugh ter, Mrs. C. H. Howliind, 2'W Sherman A GIGANTIC BRIDGE Another Great Span, Three Miles Long, to Be Swung Over Hell Gate, Ailieise Decision In I'. S. Cotirl (r Appeals' In HiinUnipley Cn.( Philadelphia. Dee. 21. Harry IC. Thaw, the slayer of Stn'.'.ford W hite, tiow confined In the state hospital for the criminal Insane at Matlcawan, N. V., cannot he taken lo Pittsburg to testify In the bankruptcy proceed ings, according o a decision handed down lo-dny by the 1'nlted States Circuit court of appeals In this city. Whether Ihe case will be taken to the I'niteil States supreme court Is not known here, The decision alflrms the action ta ken by Judge Young of Ihe 1'nlterl States court for the western district ol Pennsylvania, sitting at Pittsburg, which (uasheil a writ of habeas corp us compelling Hubert I!. Lamb, supcr Intendent of the Mattawan hospital, to turn Thnw over to a l'iiit d States marshal for the prisoner's appearance at Pittsburg. Gifts From Gilbert's ing under the action on ii train start Ins or Mopping on Ihe bridge. Gift Boxes IPs not loo late to place your order for one of mil' Gill limes. There Is H ulile lalltiule III price Mini lonlonls. Tliee lire always iip Vroprlntr mill sure lo lie appreciated hj THAT ONK whose gilt Is hard lo decide upon. Fruit Baskets A niot pleasing Hint seasonable Christina or New Yours' gin would he one of those ns(y anil pretty lin- liels of fruit wlili Ii lire put up ' ua ion ordel'. Vim run nrrmme llieni lo soli ,'oursi'ir mid the price Is iiioder mo. Wr Imve nn expert In lie Hue of iirriitiKiiln these haskels wliose worU Is up to dale. The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 CHAPEL STREET. Christmas Poultry If you want the best come to us. Costs but a fraction, more to have it. Fancy young Turkeys, Long Island Ducklings, . young Geese, Roasting Chickens and young, tender Fowl. All of our Poultry sold full dressed. The finest Cape Cod Cranberries and native bleached Celery For dessert try a package of "All Redie" brand Plum Pud ding at 12c pkge. Quality guaranteed better than ever. Mixed Nuts 1 5c lb. Finest mixture and all new nuts. Paper Shell Almonds, English Walnuts, Filberts and Pecans. Also fine Table Raisins, in 1 -lb cartons, at 20c. Florida Oranges, the very best quality. Our prices 15, 20, 25 and 30c dozen. Guaranteed sweet. Would suggest giving your orders early and secure better service. D. M. FAIR HAVEN Welch NEW HAVEN & Son. WEST HAVEN t Tuosdny, Dot'. 22. '08. FOR CHRISTMAS Our Stock of TURKEYS DUCKS CHICKENS GEESE J Will be, as usual, the finest to be obtained in this country, Headquarters for Hothouse Products. L. C. PFAFF 6 SON, The Best Meats j j. 4'V vtiurcii aircri. Atii'iiuiic iwto. CONFERENCE OF OFFICIALS Those of New Miiven and Ponnsha uln Koiuls to Meet and Act on Ihe Mailer. avenue, yesterday afternoon, nt. o'clock, Rev. John W. Maynard llciatlnir. The Interment was in Pnlon cemetery, Fnlr Haven. of-the The expense Inelilrnt tu funeral rr. lee in ninny (lines a lienvy burden, oc tirrinu It often lps unexpectedly nd nfler lontr periods of Illness. It In ur desire to be known ns considerate i our eliarires, and espeelully thimir hi nt of the ninny enre nnd renponslbllU le which we must necessarily assume n uch occasions. CltAII.VM & I1AYF.S, tontl Cbapel St. 7!RS. J. WILLIAM KENNEY. J'-a.m I ly Itepresentnllve In' Houses of MonrnlnR. AMI Ha ted With the Leading Undertakers. TIHKrilOXK. 2l:t-4. Clean House -By th- Genuine Vacuum System md it will be done right. JDon't hrow your money away oil' toys Lvith one or two inches of vac- mm when it requires fromi 12 ,0 20 inches to do the work'. THE Vacuum Cleaner Oo, i Iluj;s. C'lirpets, Kui'iilliire ( lean'.'d Wlllioiil Itcniovnl. i' i TEL 2700. Snrtili Feiin Itryao. I'uneral Hervlees for Sarah I'Vnti. wife of fleonte II. Hrynn, who died at her In to home Sunday frnm pemimonia, will he held from her lute ri'Hldence, 820 Fh'Ht avenue, Went Haven, thl nfternoon nt 2:30 o'clock. Christ In ii Heoe. At his late reHldeiiee, 4-10 ('(duniluis avenue, whh held yenternay afternoon the funeral of Chrlntiun Menze, whoHc death occurred Friday, nt, 2;S(I o'clock, Hev. .lamea I). Perry odlclatinc. Tlif Interment, whh at KverRreen cemetery, where the Odd FellowK r It. mil wuh iiHod. .Mrs. Anne lOnrln'lil. The funeral of Annie V wife of 1 la n le KtiriKht, whoHe death occurred Sunday after a hrlef MlnesM, will take place from I HI! SiiltonNtall avenue thin morning at 8:110 o'clock, with a requiem hlli muHS at Ht. Rime's church at H o'l'lm.'k. irtiiov iii;ui(i mi kmih;h an. The county commiHHlonerx hiive net Deceniher 2!) nt 10 o'clock h. ni., lid the time for a heurltiR on the remonstrance HKulnHt. the appllcHtion of John F. Hoey of Wood utreet, WeHt Haven, for a, 'transfer of his lliinor license from :02-20.l-206 Wood street, Hoey has con ducted ti saloon at 202 Wood street, for a. numlicr of years and recently erected a building of his own next door nnd now desires to move Into It. When hid application for n transfer was Hied with the commissioners n remonsl.rnnc.i! finned I'.v ii number of residents In that section whs sent to the commis sioners, UnHiiltabllUy of place is alleged. t'OH XMAS M I. SIC. An Eiiison Plmnonrtiph with ,i dozen I'll' IWM O ine iiurm i."-i'inn wmi nil 'rienrls. New York, lie,-. '.'I,- Another mam- ! moth spun is to be added o New j Voik's KiK'intie bridges as soon as the I work on the new terminal of the Penn sylvania railroad In Manhattan and ! other improvement: connected there with have reached a certain stae. The new structure will provide a direct I connection between I.onu Island ami New KtiKbind, by way of Harlem, ami j it will stretch from Port Morris to ; Queens county. Port Morris Is now the ! point from which the New York, New 1 1 ii von ami Hurl torn Katiroad com pany sends Its fast triilns lo .lersev CIl. v. As Ihe present plans stand Hie bridge will he a ilarliiK and remarkable un dertaking:, from (in enRlneerlnR point of view, Includlm? the approach es. It will be three miles Ioiir, and It will span the Hell dale ship channel with an arch 1 .001) feel lone. The en tire bridge, except the piers for the arch, will be of slcH, hnvliiK an esti mated welpbl of HD.OiHl tons. The novel feature of tho pialis is that the train Moor of the brldKo. In stead of restlnc on the crown of the arch, will bo h iiriR from II. 'Che crown will be 1100 feet above the water nnd the door 140 feet, enabling the largest Htotitnshlps to pass under It with eas . There will lie four tracks -two for pas setmer trains and two tor freight nnd the design will be for live loads on each of the tracks of two I90-on h eo motives followed by u uniform load or 5,000 pounds Ihe linear foot. The floor carried by the srcll will have deep Klrders under the tracks and cross beams at the posts, Interlaci d with diagonal brncltiR. Flanking the main arch will he pier rising to o heiRlit of 200 feet each. The towers will lie of massive proportions, with the lower part of Krmiite and the upper of concrete. The main body of the piers will be filled with earth and atone lo provide HiifUciont weight to coimleract Ihe thrust of the arch. In H'ckhiK Hie plans It was neessary In provide)' or expansion ami contraction of the structural work due to at mospheric chances, Hy careful r rnuiremetit of the members of the arch As regards the reported plans of the Pennsylvania Railroad company to ad vance the work of connecting with tli N w York. New Haven and Hartford Railroad company' system by tlv bridge over Hell (late, It Is understood that before long a conference of the Pennsylvania and New Hnxen com pany's officials w 111 be held to net upon the mutter. The connection Is almost certain to be approved by both com panies under the old plan of Joint financing of the work, which will rout a considerable number of millions of dollars. The improvement will allow the New Haven company to reach for Us pas senger traffic Ihe new Pennsylvania station In New York elty when It Is opened, probably some two years hence, but It Is not likely that the old plan of a freight connection with the. Pennsylvania via New York harbor will be carrier out. Confectionery An extensive mid i lioli c line of I loplan nnd Reputation ( 'hrlsl mas mid New Yenr's boxes mid linsUets. of unliiie nnd lie" design, lilted with ( bi.i olales and Iton-ltoiw. on will find liero Jusl iiboiil wluil you need fi r n eH-oiinlile gift. Cigars M V HI-. MIDMtillT MMIi. Postmaster Howarth said Hint In re sponse to several communication ad vocating a midnight collection of mall, he would ask ttie department in the spring to Increase the carrier service and at that lime would probably order a collection at the hour requested. He says, however, that owing lo the pres ent train schedule the midnight collec tion will do little Rood. nish delightful ( 'lirist inns entertainment. ! the movement of the crown will be for youi-Heii nmi trieiins. vie sen net only a tew inciies, wniie in tne tracK Hour two niecial expansion Joint will sell tie liiininvi'il nisi nimeni. .mo nave i in i . i . . 1 1 ui ..r ........ ,..i u .. .I., i . . 1 UUOWN HI'lUIAM. UtteU lo prevent the floor from mov For Your Christmas Dinner. FINE YOUNG TURKEYS FANCY DUCKS YOUNG GEESE BOASTING CHICKENS BROILING CHICKENS GUINEA HENS PHILADELPHIA SQUAB. Wf were never better prepared lo servo you with the best the niiirlN af ford. If you desire something mil of I Jii ordinary, rest assured you t un he pleased here. Special lists of Cinder Krult.s and VegelnbleH for Villus. Special lfl BaskelM inude up lo your order. 'Phone us. We entry n complete line from ihe Havana factories such as Uomco mid .Tulle). II. I'liiiiiinn. I den. Partaga, HiH'k, M. ;iiivln. Carolina, rtr, Also Key Wesl, Tampn. New York mid New Haven factories: Ml l'nvorlln, "Kden," In Modlna. mid Hyperion. To Introduce Ihe lira ml of i:dens, made at Tampa, I'ln.. more need he said. , Huvaiiii lOden stork Is now being made up Info cigars hi a model far lory at Tampa, by rlgarniiikers from (lie llavmiii factory. This saves duly mi Ihe llnlshed product mid these el gars are offered to you, al siirh prlres as: VI m i'ANOS, boxes or 50. .$1.50 I'.N;TI:I-.S. boxen of 50.. $1.00 I'KKITICTOS, boxes of i!5 . .$3.3 The identical goods as niaile al Ha vana at about 51) per rent, sin lug, 3 Car Loads of Poultry ARRIVED YESTERDAY Direct from Poultry Farms to Us. Our stores will be heavily slocked Willi Ibc hot quality nf all Kind of Pnultlry mid other table dellrarle. t Huy your Christina Hliuier at any one of our store.' Satisfaction uimr anteeil. Our price will be right, and o will our quality. Ve will have plenty of stork and any sle for you to select from. You know Hie kind of goods that Srhoenberger ha had for 35 year th same he will hair again. ' SCHOENBERGER'S Headquarters 86-96 George St. The R. H. Nesbit Go. Church and Kim streets. A CANARY In a glided rage, one of lliese liilklnu parrols, n iniliine iiiiiiiirlinii, or n iilale Klnss ulelie ullli Bold flslil n seiislhle CAN DY SALE BROKEN CANDY, 10c per pound. FANCY MIXED CANDIES, 10c per pound. FANCY BOXES, from 1 5c to $1 .00 per box. THE F. J. MARKLE CO. STVI'K Si'.. COK. OI.IVK 175 DIXWKMi AVK. I Oil-1 05 P.KOADW.W. 5 1 CONtiRKSS AVE. 2111 KIMiKWOOD AVK. 1)20 t'HAPKIi ST. HH. . II. tiOODKICII l)i:D. Was a roiiiineiil I'hysirian in Tolland Count: . Vernon, dec, 21. -Mr, Alfred Russell (ioodrlcb died Sunday mornlnif at 7:TO nt his liome In Vernon of old .'i;e. Hfl was in Ills Ills! year. He lltnl been slclt live wecUs. (in December 1, 1HM, Ur. (ioodrlcli, wlille uettiliK alumrd n trol ley car on Stale slrcet was stricken with cerebral liemorrbaRe and heeiimn unconscious, lie wa.s taken to tha llartl'ord liospltal, where he reniiilned until January !'. I!)05, when be left tho hospital fully recovered from his slck nesa, Ur, tiooilrich had a dlsiiiiKiilshed an cestry. KiisIrii William i Ioodrlcli, his I first American ancestor, was born In j the county of .Suffolk, KiiKland, near Hury St, KdiiMinds, and was married j I Ictober I. Ifil. Ill I'omic'ticiit, to I AGAINST MOVING PTCTI'IIKS. nnsnrtinciil if Irull anil mils, ur ""'"larali Marv in. or our llieoinioiriiiop iiuie nii"M'in lisserli'il nirc frnll. Tliei lire snu grsl Ions. mil liec one In Hull lime the orilcr eiirlv. If )ihi fcuon us ill nil. yon know liew hii we arc t lie liiftt mi days. J. B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. The Mirror Fruit KUire, lir, (Ioodrlcli was several times elected president of the Tolland t'nunl.v Medical society and In IKTfl was elected president of tlie Stale Medical associa tion, Ur, (ioodrlcli had Hie distinction of Ivlm; tie' llrst democrat ever elected to (lie general assembly from the town of Vernon. Gerry Society Would keep ChlldrrO Away from Show. Neiv York, Uee. 21. K. Fcllnwe Jenkins, superintendent of the tlerry society, to-day told the commission for InvestUatliiK the lower courts that he believed children should b ex cluded from moving picture shows. lie was the first witness when tlifl commission reconvened In tho City hall. "These places are a menace to chil dren," he said. "The Hnlits are turn ed low and we have hud a number of eases of abduction to prosecute from th"in. resulting in two or threa men RoliiR to state's prison. However, a moving picture place Is not a theater within the meaning of the law, and we cannot prevent children from en tering If pictures are not Immoral T do not portray crime," "What college, are you going to sen! your boy tu'.'" "X"l iiny. I had to give It 'i p. H hasn'l muscle enough to go to Yal; li iMii't liirnl.sh eiiongli iineeslor for Har vard; he isu'i pious enough for Prlneo ton, so I've set liltii lo work in the f Uee." Life.