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? FAIR HAVEN NEWS! KING EDWARD ON HIS ARRIVAL AT ; BRIGHTON IN SEARCH OF HEALTH Schools Close To-day for the Christmas Vacation Sun day School Festival. THE TIME FOR MARK-DOWNS HERE HOLIDAY GOODS REDUCED Thursday will see a great change in prices in Christmas mer chandise. No holiday goods will be carried over. We prefer the money to the goods no matter how little we get for them. There fore we shall take great losses on all remaining holiday goods to ac complish the purpose of this sale. Chiffon Veils 75c. Rfiunre Chiffon Veils. newest, shades, done up In neat i "liristmns boxes, value $1.00 each; Thursday 7!f. C hrlstmas Station ery , fine ;md Two-Quire Poxes of Fine Porrospomlenre Stationery In d.iin'y, artistic and hnlly boxes for 'hrl?tmns pr..nts. that were 7."c, J! .00, Sl.'.n nnd $:..".0: now of)0, COr, lJSt.10 and tjtl 50. JA.WJAIY IW4 tir I ntupiM I anw rm a timmmm Waist. Patterns o. We have tall ends of our I3o Ginc hanis cut them up Into " ynrrl lengths, tied them with ribbon, ar i r."it!y boxed, value "5c. a patter:'. V.Of. Wttfh Goods Dept. Umbrellas $3.50. A special lot of Plain and Fancy Handle fmbrellas that have Just ar rived, silk rovers, value $.".C0 earn; Thursday ."JO. Womsn's Handkercfs 6 in Box 95c. Plx !"r I.lnen HandWehiefs In a box. hemstitched hem and cross bar; Thursday 0."0. Tho Ladles' Home x Journal. January Issue Now on Sale. Somehow, magazine rtadinK seems especially alluring during the holidays. We believe the editors mike their Holiday Irsne particularly inviting at least, the following titles from among: those In the January Issue of THK LAIUKS' IM.MK JontN'AI. appeal to us: "What It Heally Means tn fle an Actress." - Annie Russell. "The 1:lld Who Lived In a Hotel." - Maud Undford Warren. "The Wife of Abraham Lincoln. " William Perrlne. "For Those Whn Live Out of Tin Cans." Mrs. Rorer. "Husband and Wife Sketches. " Grnce S. Hlrhmond. It Is rot too Into for you to pet some new winter clothes- and It Is not much ton early to bln to think about spring. There are always LAI'I'IS' HO.VIF .TtiURNAL PATTERNB to fit the season, the woman and the purse, and we see to It that our service rir responds with that of the pattern. You ran pet them at our counter. THE JCimXAL. Itself. Is on sale at our Pattern counter, each month, at 15 rents per ropy, or we will forward your annual subscription direct to the, publishers at $1 f0 per year. Children's 25c Purses Children's Leather Pursas, Bams and Pocket Sooks, value 'Me each; while, they last 10. Why Not a SILK PETTICOAT. Two hundred crisp, new SILK PF.T TICOATS. in black and colors- our famous $5.M value. t'NTIL CHRISTMAS AT $4.17. Special Sale of FURS. 2li per cent, discount on all FVR SCARFS and MITTS ripht now, while buying la heaviest. This 1s a rare chance. Klmona Gowns and Bath Robes. Ktouls!te productions from best makers-Silk, Wool and Cotton. Raincoats Always useful and accptable for (lifts. 50 Dozen Neckwear Por Men. Fresh from the makers for last min ute shoppers, 25f and ro. ..lllle (.ill lltirncd lo Dentil Kujoy able Surprise lit Home of Miss Tracy. JEWELERS. Splendid Holiday Stock, Wf urc .IiiiwIiii; n Isirso ilortmcnt of Ditminiitl ntlc, ltliu:, Cut l.lnsM. Fountain Pen. Klrrllni; Sil ver. I'm kw hooks, nil of which lire , suitable lor Xtiut (Jills, I.e( us ! show llii'in to yon whether puivlins luc or n ( . WAIT TAYLOR CASE Judge Robinson Orders Lawyers to File Briefs in Injunction Proceedings. fit ir WOMAN WANTS LIBERTY Wife ol' itlcrhiiry Mci'diunl Docs Not Wish to tin to Private Siinlliirium. XMAS CIFTS. Of nil Klfts .lewrlrv Is most nppro ii'lutc soinolliliiR Irciisurril every day ftor years ;iflerwnrK i;iioocm:s, pi:its, wat( iri s. ISOSK II AT I'lXS. fBB Chapel Street. NEW HAVEN. OT. Holiday Gifts In Gold and Silver of Elaborate and Simple Design. We have articles to suit all needs, be they great or small, and the designs of the simplest are as artistic as those of the wore intricate patterns. Our patrons expect the BEST, and we have met your expectations. Gold Beads $7.00 to $33.00 Fancy Necklaces with Pearls, Sapphires, Peridots, Aquama rines, Topaz and Amethysts. .l Monson's Jewelry Store. 857-859 Chapel St. ; After iit'iiriiiK Hn (iruim-nt cover ing several hours in the cuse of Mr. Franklin A. Taylor of VVntrrhurv, who t 1 has H.xked th" superior court for nn I injunction which will keep him from i having her exn.mlnerl for enmmllmonl to nn Hsyium, JiiiIkc fiohlnson ticcep; ft the brief on tile tienitirtvr from thi' rippasltiK counsel. Attorney Maivn . for Mr. Taylor anil Attorney Seymour of New York for Mrs. Taylor, A ile elHion nu the demurrer Is expected I Home time next week. Mrs. Taylor i hail applied for nn Injunction anil At ! torney Marsh In demurring contend j ed that under the law the superior court had no riRht to ifrant such In junction. Attorney Seymour stated that, the proceedings against hl. client were tiuillelouH and that there vnn an ulter ior motive, It lielMK to wrest the con trol of her property from her .so tha.t she would be unable longer to con tinue to render service to a HlBtcr. who. It Is under.stood, Is confined In a sanitarium. Two probate proceedings have been brought against Mr.s. Tay lor, the flrnt for her commitment to an asylum and the .second for the ap- FACTORY ORDERS. We have special facilities for making duplicating and triplicating hooks to order for factory use. John R. Rcmbert & Co., 2fli! Slate Street, BualneBS Specialism. point :neiit of ;i cutiservator over Ivr. T.M .. were divtujssvii from court a id let testimony 'Hi? introduced In show i th;it Mr.s. Tayloi- was of unsound j mind, from which.' J-aiil Atmrnrv So-- i mour. It .should lie pn suine.l Unit the; actions wi re of a malicious nature ami lie claimed t.'int ihe Miperior : eourt ha. I ihe authority to Issue an i Injunction to prevent tie rurther 11111-! licioiiM irosecution of hjs client, i lie went on to sa ttuil Mrs. Ta- he had been exaiiilned b several physi- j chins and thai none of them bad j found her .suf:'. ring from am mental J trouble. At this remark .lii.l-. p.,.h- 1 iiiNon said that the lawyers could tile their briefs and that he nouhl ren der hl.s decision later. Both Mr. and Mrs. Taylor were In court. O'Connor Still I'p. In the .superior court yesterday aft ernoon before Judge Ralph Wheeler nnd a jury the evidence In the case of .lo.sep.i O'Connor against the Cin cinnati company was beard. The suit Is for ? 10,0(10. According to the tes timony O'Connor was hurt In Derby In October two years ago. While driving a coal carl a trolley car col lided with him. lie suffered several bruises and concussion of the brain. WESTYILLE. .lames t'omoan. ltnllnn. who Is employ.-.! by the Pond I.lly Hye 'o. on Wilmlley avenue, iv:is arretted by Oltl-oS- Aliearn 1" the o'clock car going Inio i.he city Tursii'ay evening for breach of the peace on the conductor. On entering the ear he gave the con ductor n dime, the coiuiii.'lor giving 9 1 i in hack lve pennies. e, evidently not liking the live pennies, threw tlieiu at the conductor, and then struck him, The con.liie'oi' In charge of the car was Mr. K. .1. lleigan. The I'lleiuls of Vr. H. Wallace Mit"b i II of Philadelphia will Im glad to learn that he In coming ',,,l singing 111 tee services which are to be held In (be Methodist church for two weeks, beginning .Innuary 3. A special Christmas service will be helil In Ihe St. .lames' church Friday morning by the pastor, llev. Frederick Sexton. Tin heai. I of education held a special meeting In the WrstvlHe grammar school last evening, at which time the paying of the bills and (he business pertaining to the winter term was lalkid over. tiels Amount of Vole. In the civil side of the common pleas court, yesterday Judge Wolfe awarded judgment for $4,"4 to Henry t'l. Plsley of this city in bis suit against 'Hugh W. Morton and James Campaign... ,oth of West Haven. Tito suit was ba.scd on a note, and the full amount watt allowed. The Chrlslmns tree at Ihe St. .lames' church will take place New Year's evening. A very Interesting program ha been arranged. M'AV STKAMFK. Hoy Ttolea.sed from .Tall. County Commissioner Jacob 1). Wal ter yesterday signed an order releas ing a young man from the county jail whose term had expired but who liad not yet worked out his cosls, The release was at the mpiest. of tyu. boy's mother who wanted him home for Christmas. LAST HONOKS OX (TUB. New York. Pec. For two min utes, from 1:30 to 1:32 o'clock, the busi ness of the Broad street, curb market was entirely suspended to-day. it was the time set for the beginning of the funeral of Harry B. Siiydain, the broker who was uliot In his olllce on Saturday by John C. bumsdeti, and died et Hudson street hospital on !Mon-day. Launch of the New T.nmport Holt Uncr "Vnsarl." On Tuesday, December in, 1WS, a new passenger and cargo steamer of the following dimensions was success fully launched from the yard of her builders, Messrs. Sir Raylton Dixon & Co., Ltd., Midillcshrough-on-Tees. Length, IM feet; breadth, r.it feet, and depth, 3S feet, 3 Inches. The stoimer has been specially designed for Messrs. Lamport and Holt's cargo and pas senger service between New York, Brazil and the Argentine republic. Re sides being very completely titled for the carriage of enormous quantities, of general cargo, she will have luxurious accommodation for 200 Mrst-class pas sengers und a large number of inter mediate and third-class passengers. YIH(.IXI STOIOI i;T TO SKA. Norfolk, Va., Dec, L':i. A storm which swept this coasl last night with a maximum wind velocity at ("Bpe Henry of siNty miles an hour has passed to se, and the storm center whs to-day over the ocean. .During the morning the steamship AlvemoK, coming In from the outside, was blown aground In lower Chesapeake Bay. Do Children Need Alcohol? Ask your doctor how often he prescribe an alcoholic stimulant for children. He will probably say, "Very, very rarely." Ask him how often he prescribes a tonic for them. He will probably answer, "Very, very frequently." Then ask him about Ayer's non-alrohoiic Sarsapanlla as a tonic tor the younff. J. 0. i.rCo l,o.ll. MM. I The accident at 12 Fast Crund ave nue at about S o'clock yesterday morn lug, caused considerable excitement In that neighborhood. Margaret,' tbree- oar-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Green, taught her dress on llro rom an oil stove and was so badly ;.i,rnp;1 she died at. the New Haven hospital nt 1 p. m. The little girl had just been brought front her bed by her mother and was warming herself by j tho fire when her night dress caught ' tire and she was soon enveloped In Maine. The mother quickly wrapped a I blanket about the little one and extin guished the flame, but she was fatally burned. Mrs! c.reen burned Iter arum lo some extent and Willie, her nlue-yinr-old son, In try In to assist, burn ed his hands, but In neither case arti the injuries serious. Doctors K. M. C, ; Hall and K. K. Uobcr:.s were railed I and ordered the child taken to the hos ! pltal. The mother also went to the, ; hospital and alter her injuries wern I dressed, she returned home. Charles I T. tiabrlel, ihe cigar manufacturer , who litis a store on the Urst door, i probably saved the building from a. ' wrloiiH tire. The burning clothing ink j en from the little girl had been thrown out upon the veranda In the rear uf j the building nnd caught lire. Mr. Cabrlel. who had just come to his I store, discovered the tlames and quick ly extinguished the flre. j The schools will close for the holiday vacation this noon and will open again a week from Monday. In addition to j tin1 school programs printed In yester j day's Journal-Courier, there will be I Christmas exercises this morning at Woolsey school this morning as fol I lows: ' ! Hooms I) ami 10. j Recitation William Floyd ! Mr. ,t. Nicholas; a piny.. Pupils room 10 Song -"Dear 'Me What Will Happen ' Next." j Itccltatlon Marie Molina I llecltation Mary Dooley Mediation Katharine xc Son Lillian Anderson llecltation Orace Clark I Hecitatlon Fmma Johnson ; llecltation Fthel Iionard Hong Lois Rlcketts Recitation John Spamhanato Recitation Florence Trecurtin : Recitation and song Ioretta Lee i-'ong Lillian Anderson Pong Rooms D and 10 Recitation lames Murlnan Recitation Lilian C'reehan : Recitation Frances Wall Recitation Margaret c'reehan Recitation Dorothy Merrill (luess tiame Helen Daley Recitation Fvon Testage Recitation Waller Sllva Song Helen Ctirrnn Recitation Fannie McCoy ; Recitation Fdward Turbert Recitation Dan McDermott Recitation Libel O'Rrien Song Rooms 9 and 10 Recitation Carl Rehnqiilst Recitation Herbert Kmanutlson Jong Rooms 9 nnd 10 Recitation Ruth Cohee Recitation Russell Brown Recitation FIHe Dnntmling A Christmas Play, 4 pupils of room !. Pour '. Rooms 9 and 10 Ilooni 7. Song "O, Hush Thee, My Haby,' Recitation "The Little Ones"... F.llznheth Recitation "Father Christmas His Stockings Kitty Sehappa Recitation "Christmas Peace" Mary Frasei Song--Mingle Bells" Class Recitation "The Torn Stocking Agnes Wheeler Rerllatlnn-'"The Strife" Marie Cronln Recitation "The Two Little Stock ings" , Anna Cody Song "In the Land of Somewhere" Clasn Recitation "A Treat". . Kitty Schnppa Recitation "A New Santa" ,'. Edna Phillips Recitation -"Chrlalmag Ticking" .... Dorothy Dillon nnd Margaret White Sons "Whistling Song"., "M. Adams, ('. 'Murphy, J. Unness, T. Pinto I'lav The Mrl Who Trod on Ihe Loaf. Character Mother, Marlon Sanford; Inge, F.dna Phillips; Wicked F.lf, Anna Cody; stones, Walter Horton, Frank Tarbell, Hurry Pote; sparrows, Kllzu belh Allen, Kilty Sehappn, Josephine Fvangcllsla, Mary Stranskl; peasant, Lenter O'llara; daughter. Dorothy Dil lon. Recitation "Seeing Things at Night" Helen Bantion Recitation Merry Christmas" Helen Bnnnnn ami Marlon Callahan Song "Dear Old Santa Clans". .Class A. Elizabeth Flomlng. ' Room it. I'pon the Housetop School A Letter lo Santa Clans Daniel Keohane Suppose William Turbert Jingle Hells School Guiding Santa Clans. . .Albert Phillips Bethlehem Star School The Shepherds Ralph Dow Christmas In Holland . Virginia Potvlu Doubt ...Anna Sehloser Jolly Old SI. Nicholas School Conlid;jnce In Santa Cl.-ius Helen O'liara ChrlstniMS Prosperls Fdlth Chit What Grandpa Suld Ralph Dow Shine Out, O Ulessed Star School A Lunch l'or Santa Clans Kenneth Jones Merry, Merry Christmas Hulls .... School W hy do Hells for Christmas Ring? School Away In a Manger . , . ., School There will also be exercises In sev eral of the other schools, Very Inter esting exercises have been prepared for the little ones of the kindergartens at. lb" Strong and the Lloyd street schools. Al the Morris t Vive school jestcrday afternoon, the t'lirislmas exercises went off very successfully, according to tin; pi'ije.rnin already printed. There Class Allen and JCHR. DAVIDSON FLOATED! If' ' v' m ' - 't . ' BBSS; v, lpiMv.!;:!;' $if ifctfeiiCj III III nr w .a- ' k- mAfl :''': ' :' JT I I Silif w When King Edward and Queen Alexandra returned to Brighton for tha second time this season the alarmlnff rumors of the king's lllnssn wr m vived. The king contracted sore throat while at Biarrlts early In tha tea son, and the malady has troubled hi m at frequent interval ewer nines. When he went to Brighton in Novemb er ho could not speak abova a. whla per, but on his return to London th e ailment seemed to hava entirely disappeared. He suffered a second, at tack, however, and was compelled again to seek the open air. were 60 visitors and they enjoyed the exercises by tho chlldron very much. It was a merry party that assembled at the Grand Avenue Congregational church nt tho Christmas festival for the Sunday school last evening. Their adult friends were also present, so that the large church was filled. The program by the Sunday school was under the direction of Mrs. Walter S. Bishop and went off very successfully. An opening selection by the orchestra preceded the main part of tho pro gram, which was a cantata entitled, "Christmas Is Coming." The partici pants had been drilled by Miss Cathie Iturwrll and performed their parts excellently. H Included a recitation by Ruth Fowler. The children who to ik the r an of street waifs were members of Miss Kessel's class. Then there were the newsboys, who were members of the same class. Other parts Included solo by Paul Strubel; song by Arllne Canan; song by a class of girls; selection by the orchestra; drill by L'sther Fowler, Glenna Co hurn, Ardcllo Chandler, Mildred Lewis, and Ruth Fuller; song, Fran cis Fuller. There were also violin and piano accompaniments. The en tertainment concluded with distribu tion of BOO gifts boxes of candy. Tho Imves were oulte unlnue. with a repre- rseiitatlon of a windmill and were de signed by Mrs. Rlshop. The boxes were loaded Into a little wagon and drawn upon the stage by a fairy team, consisting of the girls In the drill and driven by a Santa Clans In robes. This feature was very amusing to the chil dren. This school Is in a prosperous condition and is under the superin tendence of Sherman I. Graves. Yesterday wa.s a husy day In tho preparations for Christmas. The day was o. busy one at the markets and the grocery stores, and the customers were numerous. It was also a hustling scene at station A, where Innumerable packages, parcels and Christmas cards were received and dispatched. The carriers went forth with bl loads, and they will bo busier still to-day. Substitute Carriers John R. Farrell and J. Frank McKeon, were, assisting the regular force yesterday. Tho schooner James Davidson, which had been aground In Qulnnl plae river four days and a half, was floated yesterday, and was moored at the dock of the Connecticut Adamant company, where the cargo of planter is being discharged. It was Just a bit busy at the office of Adams Express company, 100 Grand avenue. Agent Dayton and as sistants had all they could do receiv ing ami dispatching packages. There were four electric wagons runnlns from the oltlce during a part of the day. ' Mrs. Mary J. Coolidge, who bus been visiting the family of Deacon Jacob P. Morrow, Clinton avenue, has gone to Amherst, N. 1L, to visit relatives. At the private school of Mls.s Carrie M. Chapman, Ferry street corner of I'icrpont street, there will he Christ mas exercises tills morning, Including the visit of Santa Clans, tvhich will give a. good deal of entertainment for tlto children. Mrs. Mar- Santry of New York is visiting hrr son, Harry V. Santry and his wife, at their home In Lloyd street. For the first time since lust April the wire mill whistle was heard again yo.Merday. A very enjoyable surprise party and linen shower was given Miss Ma mie Tracy of 8 Shelter street recently In honor of her approaching marriage to Richard Grenfell of 878 Grand ave nue. The evening was spent In games, mnsle and a, general good time. A buffet lunch was served late In tha evening, after which all went home voting tho affair a great success. Those present were the Misses Irene Cassidy, Annie Curnan. Julia Bren nan, Ellon Miller, Julia Shevlln, An nie Winze, K. Delaney, N. Londregan. F. Londregan, Mae McCarthy, M. Lawlor, Annie Cassidy, L. Terrdll, T. Romphey, D. Clerkln, M. Brennan, K. Brennan, Mrs. M. MorrlsseyV Mrs. J. Cane, Mrs. D. Qulnn, Mrs. T. Klmare, Mrs. J. Klnsella, Mrs. J. Farley, and Mrs. V. McAullffe. The Home for the Friendless has a host of kind friends who are sending In gifts and material for the Christ mas dinner, which prom4se to ba quite elaborate. The board of man ngers will go over to the home thin morning and will decorate the tree Christmas eve, and the gifts will be distributed to the inmates of the home. These will Include ueeful articles from the board of manager, and many sent in by friends. TOO SMJNV TO KNUIWKRAm No use to print the Tint, ewyfcejT knows about the cabinets, easv an-irs-tabourettes, ladles' desks (a man o5 use them), book oases, blacking boxes, parlor and library table, etc., etc.. irtth which our store is filled. Twenty per cent, discount on everything. BROWN & DURHAM. Personal Attuntlon to All Tastes. 633 Chapel St.. over rhulim' Studio. JENTERT HYPERION THEATER Christum, Holldny Attraction, prlay nd sntnrdxy, Dec. an, 2. MATINBB SATTTRDat Frederlo Thompson Present . MAHBti TAUAFFTRRrt, In the Distinctively American Fla "I'olly of the Clrena," by Margaret Mayo, with the Original New Terk Cast and same Magnificent Production One Year nt Ml.erty Theater, Jf. y. Prices: Mat.. 25e, to li eve., 28a. to li'-ao wre,nesdajr' Carriage "HYPERION THEATER. MONDAY and TUESDAY, DEC. 91, W, Ftrnt rerformanee on Anr Stag. Messrs. Comstock & Ost Announce ft New Play by Marlon Fairfay, Founded on WINSTON CHURCHILL'S IVST NOVBIi Mil. C'HF.WF.'M CAHEEIl. With a Capable Metropolitan Cast aatl An Entirely New Production. "grandIperb house. Xmas Day and Saturday. Tho Santa Clutm Show, " It's Never Too Lale To Mend," M.VHNEK DAILY. .V Present for Hoys, lrlH and Women at Saturday Matinee. SEATS SELLING. Telephone ADS PO LI'S NEW t h E ATER O.M5 K NT IRK WF.KK OF DEC. 21. Dully lliitlncrN. lilt. l MUX, ;UUM:il CRAMO And ('niiii;tny in Mrs. Crane's CoraedT ril-' 1 'rod In;; 1 1 I'nrcntx, l.VHi: l; ( l(M Ihe Irish Wl.nrd, Assicteil by May Crawford, With Mar veloiM Fen Is uC MhkIc anil Illusion. KtiWKl, MTAHW PI, ATT. HOIICItrs. HAVi: nnd HOIIB.HTS. M VI'IIMW AfcHI.HY, iti; inn i:n ym inio., 'J'lie funic. ly CycllMIS. i l.l,i: I IHM.M tH. E.Vl'TIA AblWU ATTRACTION: Kiln Fred HKAIIW AMI IlKKIIII K Wurlil Renowned Kquosl rln us. lieclnl for (lie Children! Poll I'ltrkHKC r I hrlMtmns Cheer. To Kcl and Fvcrv Child Altendlni, THL'KSIMV MAT IX KB DUO. 21.