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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1908. OBITUARY NOTES f vvvvvvAwvvyA -ir-i.-f-i"j.n-H"j- !. j Good i FORMER DOWAGER DUCHESS OF MARLBOROUGH. SCJ3PS Christmas Novelties. Cigars Thomas If. CMI. This mornlnff from his la t.f remittance, VM Orchard street was held the funeral 01' Thomas II. GUI, with solemn re 'inlem high muss at half-past 9 o'clock 'it St. John's church. Father Keating o llli 'hit in',', Father Coyle was deacon and Father Ford was wuh-deacon. In i ho .sanctuary was n Finer Mahoney, O. I'. Tile !hurch quartet song Schmidt's inns.'i at the clown of which Miss Fahy for . . XX' II MX AI.IS SAID AMI DOXR TIIKItK'S X( ;11T VOn A sMOKi.it i.iki; A nox Ol' M.XTTOON'S (.()! skua us. Lt Plor de Cubt Flor de Cubal Christinas Tea Pots Japanese Lotus Plum Pudding Fruit Cake ; Marrons Peaches Cherries CigarS from the Key West Branch ol the old Flor de Cuba i Havana) Faciory are the best possible value. Sites In boxes of Per box Princessas feo it 3. 50 BRANDIED I Figs 'aiiK "neautlfiil Land on High." Mr. filll had boon a letter carrier for 89c From Per Box Per Box. Concha Excellente. .50 4.00 9.50 5 00 Heliotropes. ,100 ..50 ..50 ..50 ..50 ..50 ..25 ..25 .25 ..25 . ,25 ..25 Creme de Menthe Cherries Maraschino Cherries Maraschino Nuts Pickled Limes Green Turtle Soup Olives, Jell'cs Salted Nuts Fruit Glace Candied Roses Hothouse Tomatoes over 23 years and was well known throughout the oily, lie leaves his wife and two children. The hearers were William Lutz, Fred Levere, (ieorge Cu hill and 0. IX Saunder.s from the post ollli'e and James draco and John Oaff licy. Messrs. Hoey and Huckmaster carried the flowers. to $125, 00 Brevas Chicns . . . Brevas Imperial . I'anetelus l inos. . Puritanos Finos. . Economicns Boquet Sublimes. Delicosas I'erleyitos Palmas Coronas Fads 5.75 5.75 5.75 6.25 3.5(1 3. (S3 4.00 4.13 6.0;i 2.50 About itnn, Odd (.ood Segal's In our slock from which lo make your selection. Tho funeral was largely attended. In terment was In tin' family plot In St. Hi rnai'd's cemetery. Father Coyle read tho committal service. FRUIT BASKETS AND CIGARS. ($I,VALLEyMF') sly 1 1 Albert I.. XYcelis. The I'mieral of Albert L. Weeks, son of William Daviil and Jennie H. 'Weeks" will he held at 2:T,fi o'clock this after noon at Nv.TKi'een eemetery. Interment will be hi Kverfjreon and Trumbull lodge, No. 22, F. and A. M.. will con duct tho services at tho grave. Mr. Weeks was 27 years old and died Tuesday at the home of his parents, JOt Lake place. I'm rick Iliibon. Yesterdiiv morning the funeral of Patrick Ihdion took place from Ids late rrsicli nee, 1SI1 Washington avenue with a requUni high ma.". at the Sacred llearl cliorch at fl o'clock, celebrated by Father o'li.-ll. The funeral was largely attended by relatives and rriends. The pallbearers were John t 'on boy, Daniel Sullivan, James l'igan, Charles Dougherty, Frank Paine and Thomas Wrinn. Interment was In the family plot In St. T.nwrenee cemetery. Harold II. Diiiifortli. Harold Horn! TMnforth, who died last week In Fast Orange, N. .)., w;is a for mer New Haven man. having been 'born here :i:i years ago. He wa. for a time in the ticket department nt the railroad building, but bitterly and un til his health fallen" he had been a salesman for the wales Adding Ma chine Co. He was a Knight Templar and Royal Arch Mason at Fast Or rnge, ami connected with Christ church the former rector, Rev. William V. n.'tvls, conducting the service. , Murlal was In Rosertale cemetery, near the irvont home of the family. Mr. Marv S. Stnrf;e. The body of Mrs. Mary 1.. S. SturKess was brought to this city yesterday for burial. Services were held Tuesday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Charles nildebrand In Hartford, whore her deatli occurred Monday. Irs. Hcsslrt . Slocoinbe. The funeral of Mrs. Hessie Atwood Plocomhe will be held this afternoon from the residence of her parents, Mr. n nil Mrs. Charles YV'. At wood. In Ken hington, where her death occurred yes terday. Services at the home will be he,i at. 1:30 o'clock and Interment will be In Kensington. .lullii Klorunn. I.U x o'clock yesterday morning from the undertaking rooms of Cox and Henze, was lipid tho funeral of Julia Klernan, with a requiem high muss at St. John's church nt 8:30, tho Rev. Father Coyle officiating. The funeral was largely attended by relatives and friends. The pallbearers were Vin cent Maher, James Ciles. Daniel Henley and William Howling. Interment was In St. l!iwrence cemetery. I'Tlrilrrlekn THeliprt, Frlederlcka Telchert died at her home, 111 Rosette street ypsterday morning after a. few days' Illness of pneumonia. The deceased was In her iMh year, nnd was a resident of this cltv for iniiny yearj.j Funeral services will be held nt her late home Friday afternoon at 2::I0 o'clock, interment will be In Kver green cemetery. l(l WS MtSlt. An Kill-mi Plionotrrapli witli a dozen or two of the latest, records will fur nish delightful Christmas entertainment for yourself and friends. We sell the Improved Instruments, and have the tomplete list of records to date. IlltOWN & 111,'ltljAM. DEATHS. TKK'HKI!'!' In Ihis city, Deeetnhnr 23, Krleilerlcka Teli lierl, widow of Ootl llel) Teleliert, .IKed "S years. 7 months. Vunorai services al her lioine. 111 llo g.dtri ulreet, Frldu.v afternoon at 2:;la o'clock. Friends are Invited to at tend. r 124 It The riiirnse IneldPlit to funerul srr vlec Is lioinv (lini'x n lieiivy Imrilrn, on. rnrrinu It nriPii lup iinexirenlly nnd after loni; perloilii of IHiiex. It Is our denlrc to li known aa ennildrrnte n our eluirifPn. nail runrelilll.v thonuhl ful of the ninny enrm mill rexiiounllillt. ties which we mint neerMnrlly usnunip ttn mieli oeenslona. rillAIIAM A IIAYCS, 10IMI Chapel 81. MRS. J. WILLIAM KENNEY, Family Representative In Houses of Mourninn. (filiated With the heading Undertakers. TICMCrUONJi 1I28S.4. 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, Hugs, Carpclfl, Furniture) ( leaned Without Itcnioval. TEL. 2700. " .;!? i: 'i-'.'yv Lady William Reresfnrd. who Is i - well known In New York society, and hlKhcst social circles In Finland. As modore Price, she was a reigning belle In New York before her marriage to the eighth Iniko of Marlborough. Later she as the liouager Iniohess of Marlborough. Some time after the death of the luke nf Marlborough she was married to Lord William Petv.-.ford, ami she is now known us Lady lleresford. 60 C0UNC1LMEN divided $45,000 Corrupt Practice Testified to at Hearing of Nine Pitts burgers Held for Bribery. THEIR PRICES $5 TO $100 Hunkers Tell of (ilvlng l.ribe of !il75,00l to Itoootne a Cll le- posllory Street Cur Ticket Bribes. PlttHhuri?, I'i'c. '2'.i. The seven city; councllmeti and two hankers arrested here .Monday niKlit, charged with cm siilraey, iorrupl solocltatlon and brib ery were pi veil n hearltiK to-day by a police magistrate, rpon liie Ititrodui' tlon of startlltiK tesilmony wlih h Im plleuted other eouncllmeii, at present unknown, all the defendants were held for trial. According to the testimony a majority of the council of I'ittslMirw could he bribed by the payment of sums ratiKiUK In sums of $KMi to $."1(10 unit it was also testified that r fitly sixty eoiinollmeti divided $ 4 0.(1011 cor ruptly offered in connection with the filtration plant. V. W. Itamsey nnd A. A. Vllsaok. former president ami cashier nf the Cformiin National bank, were first placed on trial, lt was testified that they were approached by Councilman John Klein, one of the licensed, who said that the hank would be made a. depository for the city's funds In the event "the (lerman National bank would do as other banks have done." After several talks the bankers placed $17,500 on u fable In a room of the bank. Councilman Klein and a com panion entered the room and n short time later left the bunk. The bankers then visited the room and the mom y was none. At the request of the directors of the bank both men resigned last Sat urday, They were held for trial in the sum of $14,000 ball each. The cven counoilmon, President Brand und Members Klein, Hoffel, Wiuwin, Alolanoy and 1'erKuson, of common council, and Atkinson ol' se lect, were then called for trial. The principal witnesses were Hubert Wil son, u private detective and superin tendent, of the municipal leiiKue of Rcranton, Pu who Is employed by the Voters' letiHiie of Pittsburg, which brings the prosecution OKalnst the nhio defendants. Mr. Wilson's testimony was highly sensational. Aided by an awislant, Mr. Wilson onaed a room In a. lo cal hotel and the cut holes In the door ond walls of an adjoining room. Then a series of meetings were arranged with eounciltiien. Ilia assistant, Her bert Johes, posed as a. business man desiring certain ordinances parsed and during Jones' talks with tic eouncllmen, Wilson nnd a BtenoKraph er were In the next room taking a full record of the transactions. While the conference wa.s going on, (,'nnnellniau Klein lnul M greal deal In say alioul how cotnjiielely councils were controlled by the accused. Hie de teeflve said. He also Instilled Ih.iN Klein ami llrand each accepted J .'em from Jones In pavmenl for securing the passage of an ordinance. At a itV'ellng held in ,'iaollier local hold, Klein, It was I .-h! Hied, told Wil son how hard II was lo divide money among the eoiinclinien, To lllustrale his remarks Klein d scribed bow on I hud lo he splil between slM.v eoiin clinien. Tills money was received In connection wllh (he eonsl c lli I Inn of filler bids ai the new filtration phial of ritlsbnryt. the witness said, Councilman Klein. Wilson leslllled, MICHAEL ETZEL & SONS, Saw mill, wood turning and band sawing. Automatic variety wood turn ing and polishing wheels, pulley poles, flag poles, letice, hitching and clothes pnst.if and slicks, hard wood rolls, nil sices. All kinds tui.tlvii lumber, flrn plaoe and kindling wood. Phone Connection. 101 Foltmont ave. (. : , v. rltli - ally III at her home in London. Is for years has been identified with the Lily Price, daughter of tho late Com ! s,-, bl Dial the ronneiliueii had different ! or in s. Seine ( eiiie-llnien, Kieln toiil 1 1 i in. wanted $1", some STTi. smue ?Jj' ! and some According lo Klein, Wil :z.;s son piated, the coimrmnen were eidhinis. issihie to obtain onie s imi Horn" ini'Hsiires-in n Hini tor soil of clothes r tor street car ilckelc. iSANTAHERE AT LAST Boys of Y. M. C. A. and Ban croft Foote Club Get First Sight of Him. pR$ENT$ FOR EVERYONE I jiIomiIiIc I liiltTtaiiimcnl in I'oy An- i (liloriiim by Tribune Soclel CoiumlKce. The members of the boys' d. pni tov tit of the V. M. C. A. and or the Kdwln Bancroft Fooie Hoys' club were t nler talncd last night at a Christmas social given by a committee frmu the Tribune Sunshine society in yy auditorium. There were several hundred boys pres ent and the entertainment wan thor oughly enjoyable. And alter the close of the entertainment Santa Clans ar rived with presents for everyone. Santa Clans had met wllh several accidents, lie had started from the North Polo, he Mild. In nn automobile and at Sprliuvfich! tin- automobile was surrounded by a terrific snowstorm and was lost beneath a pile of Makes. The hoys all believed it for the boys' secretary, Arthur lv KuHedge. read n telegram to that effect from the stage midway In Hie .euti rtalnnicnt. Then the reindeers wore sent for and the sleigh with the presents went without trouble ns far as Cheshire where one of thi' reindeers, according to Mr. rtuilod'go, broke his leg running Into a life-si."' picture of the president .elect w hich had been left In I he road by the thoughtless republicans of Choshiri. This message was read to account for the delay In arriving, but the delays only made the old gentleman from the polar feci. ins seem all the heller when he arrived. Meanwhile a very pleasing program was rendered In the audllorlum, Throueh the kindness of S. 'A. Poll (In re was one act from the bill being pul on (here, Kenney, MeCnhan and Plnit, in the "The I leaf and pumb Manager. " This delighted the boys ex ceedingly, i.Mrs. Laurens Lennox gave several readings which were greatly enjoyed ami the rest of the program of the en tertainment was: "School Lays," sung by liooth, posed by Helen Iionald liowman. Viirly Headed Maby," Grace Walker, posed by Miss Puw Kh llller nun Minn 'Mrs. by Alii-." I.uurcnx Wnlker. Kleimot Lennox. "lied Wing," sung by Miss )msed bv Miss Marlon Booth. "Sec Saw," sung by Miss Booth, posed by Melon and Kdim Pow ers, 'iionald liowman and David Ron Inowilz, liecilnl ions-, "Just 'Kore Christmas'' and "Socio' Things." Mrs. Lennox. "America," sung by the hoys, posed by Misses Kleanor und (Marlon Booth, one inking the part of Columbia and tin- other or (tod Wing. After l he entertainment, the boys gave three cheers for the Tribune Sun shine society anil especially for the outnmlllee having the affair In charge. JiimI llcloir (iirlNlnms. ( New llrlla i n Record.) ( The crowds of shopper seen nn the Jslrcels of ( 'ounecl Icul eilles fhoso duys are s( rong evidence llial money is nol tighi. The volume of money in cifi n- llltlFll StlOWS lllat llll.-li llcl-K Is grind in the riicloi'ies, and I loi I Hie deprof-slon fell III many places Is a Iliing of the I past. New Hiil.iln Is alioul as f'or j lunate ns any place vve know of. The ' factories ai" all doing well, mid (he j 1 1 , i y rolls are ol liberal size, This state j of tiff ales Is gral il'.v lug to nil, Had lends I lo 'inn Iso Hie Chrl.-'.l inns ticiison checr i fill. 1 1 1 IL.-- SEBARSwm Mattoon't Crnr. SOS C'luijicl St., cor. Orange. SPECIALTIES FOR CHRISTMAS. Fancy Holiday Baskets Containing' Inree assortment fancy Cracker. All coinplele . , . . 3 1 ,0 0 Tom Smith's Motto Crackers, coiitaliilnp paper caps etc 5c ucli. 50c Christmas Broken Candy t.V III. 2 l!s ror Chocolat Menier Goods 25c lion-Hoii pound boxes 80c bocolalcs. n-snrted. In Ixixes . . . g fJc Chocolates and Maraschino Cher ries, in boxes 25c Christmas Candles 'or the tree. 21 In a box. 10c Christmas Stockings SlooklntES Illicit "lib toys, ele., from Knyhiiul, for boys nnd Klrli. large size 25c Small Me 15c Mrs. Hardcastle's Plum Pudding lloiiie-iiillib, pound tins 35c Domino Sugar lYencli Domino Sncni'. lor ileinl liisue, lurjfe moUne 25c Holiday Cheer Cusiiu r H Co.'h I Veni'li Coi'dliili, coiiliiinljiK -ern Mirlelles, bolile 18c '""' $2.00 Holiday Baskets I'oiiiiiioiii'i l wo pints SiiiiUlio Mobile, two phlH SpiiiUlliiK liui'ltlilidv. I wo piiilH CI111111 I'llKiic. Tolnl I'oinpli'le $4.50, Imported Cigars. Vlcloi'iiit. 12 In II !V specbil. .$1,00 I loch Slinpc, Piinclohis I,. V l. SO In II box $2.25 llNpciloiiK, 12 In bo $1.00 NO'IT. Don't foim-t thill ClirM iiiiih box for rcliitlwM nnd I'i'IciiiIn. Ask for our llsl. Tclcplione Ili'S. SPARKLETS All the rage for Christmas Trees. Beautiful effects and perfectly safe. We can fur nish them in any quantity. J. B. JUDSOIM, 856 CHAPEL ST. Tlio Sllrror Fruit Store. popi; si spi;.Ds hi;ci;ptio. I'miiiiI ClirlHtinus and New Your (ircet liiKH Dlspi'iisisl Willi. Koine, J)eo. A II tho cUMloinury ri'cejitlous to the curd I nn In, foe inem lierH of the diplomatic eorps, the nrl.i toeriie.y nnd peiwijiH of the court, who come to tile iope every year to Jil'e Mellt Chl'lfillllii llllil New Vefir Kl'i'et lllKf, IlilVe been UHpelille.l thlH Je.ir. Thin Is purly beeuilfe Kreetlnnn were pt'eMellteil lo the pope hut H few Wi eliH 1 1 go nil the oecilNlon of ,lln Jubilee eel ebrallon, and pnrtly beeinixe j i . uik not J ft recovered hlH 1 1J VI II I HtrellKlll utter hifi recent Ini'll.HpoNltioii. The piiyxU'huiH nf the pope do not wish him to bo subjected to iiniiei'omiry fntlfue. The pope to-ihiy received the IU. Ilev. Itlclmrd .Seaiinell, bluliojj of iimiihu, in private audleneu. 381 S-faXi. Sir- J-Pol BY this time you have planned your menu for Christmas dinner. We hope you will give us the opportunity of supplying your needs from our staple line of Groceries, Fruits, Confections, Plum Puddings, Nuts, Raisins, Salted Nut Meats, Wines, Cigars, etc. As accessories to the ortho dox Christmas dinner we offer : botti.i: Xmas Red Creme de Menthe $1.50 Green, Orange Curacao.. '.80 Abricotine, bottle, 80c and 1.40 Parfait Amour, bottle, 80c and .40 Glace Fruits Assorted in boxes 65c, 35c and 20c each Five-pound boxes $2.75 "Princess" Fruit Cake a pi:ki'i:ct pkoim'ct. One and two-pound cakes come in oblong tins . 60c and $1 .20 Three, four, five and six-pountl come in round tins... . $1.75, 2.20, 2.75, 3.15 each Let us remind you of our j complete stock of CANDLES I for both table and tree decora tions. Just a last suggestion for a SURE-TO-EE appreciated gift. Peter Dawson and Glen Garry Scotch Whiskey in decorated jugs $1.75, $2.25 each Old Curio Scotch in one-quart wicker-covered demijohns, odd shape $2.50 each For Your Christmas Dinner. FINE YOUNG TURKEYS FANCY DUOKS YOUNG GEESE ROASTING CHICKENS BROILING CHICKENS GUINEA HENS PHILADELPHIA SQUAB. Wo were never better prepared lo nerve you with the best the marts af ford. If yon deilre soiiielblne out of the ordliiiii'v, rest nsMircd you can be pleiiMod here. Special lihl.M of ( buiee I'riillM and X'cKetablcM for nm. Special (.ifl IbiMki'ls made up to your order. 'Phone us. The Rl Hit Co. Cliurc.lt und Flm streets. uomii witKCKH siki:i;t c. Itonie, (In., lice. A street our whh blown no by u ilyuuinite boiuh in the outskirts of this illy lust 1 1 1 tit noil the eoiidiictor, II. 1.. Iiryiin. In jured, The iiiotiiiinii n noil two pus HeiiKcrs I'Hi ii ' I without Injury, ul thouKh the cur whh priii'tlcully wreck ed. The street cur men Imve been locked out for the iiist six weeks niel their places tllh'il by nun iiniun men, Shasta, The S. W. Hurlburt Co. 1074 CHAPEL Christmas Poultry If you want the best come to us. Costs but a fraction more to have it. Fancy young Turkeys, Long Island Ducklings, young Geese, Roasting Chickens and young, tender Fowl. All of our Poultry sold full dressed. The finest Cape Cod Cranberries and native bleached Celery For dessert try a package of "All Eedie" .brand Plum Pud ding at 12c pkge. Quality guaranteed better than ever. Mixed Nuts 1 5c lb. Finest mixture and all new nuts. Paper Shell Almonds, English Walnuts, Filberts and Pecans. Also fine Table Raisins, in 1 -lb cartons, at 20c. Florida Oranges, the very best quality. Our prices 15, 20r 25 and 30c dozen. Guaranteed sweet. Would suggest giving your orders early and secure better service. D. M. Welch & ' Son. FAIR HAVEN NEW Thursday, Dec. 21, '08. FOR CHRISTMAS Our Stock of TURKEYS DUCKS CHICKENS GEESE t Will be, as usual, the finest Headquarters for L. C. PFAFF b SON, The Best Meats i 7-9 Cliurch Strcc$. SC HO EN Headquarters 2I lbs (.riiiiiiluled Suarap $1.00 Dnylish Viilniits 12c lb Crnpe Fruit, I'lorldn, 7 for 2Se. I 'law He lb Miilnmi (it'll pes 12c lb Cocoiiiiiit, liirne milky , . . . .7c 'tuiKevs ....16c lip Siiiisiiue Or lip Si-nione(l speciully for sttillinit. Huron 11 l-2c lb ( iilll'oriihi I In r Hell Pciii'. 17u liiidley Piniipkii 10c Mliiec Slcnt lo pkfre Ciipe Cod Criinberrles 12c qt Celery, youne nnd brittle, 1:(', 2 lor 2So Plum PiKldina;. . , Free Delivery to All Parts of the CAN BROKEN CANDY, 10c per pound. FANCY MIXED CANDIES, 10c per pound. FANCY BOXES, from 15c to $1.00 per box. THE F. J. MARKLE CO. STXTIO ST.. cor. ouvrc. 175 DIWVIXL AVK. 10:5-105 HKOADXVAX'. Regular Stan I 60c Tea 24c Regular Stand. 35c Coffee 18c Satisfaction Guaranteed. Direct Importing Co., 71 ORANGE ST. to dim-; vi i: piu:snr,T-i.i.i;(T Washington, I lee. j:i. Representa tive liwiKht was tit the White House to-diiy to luvlle the president, to attend the dinner which Is t" be given here mi January for James H. Whernnin, vlee-preslilent-eleel. by the .New York deleualioii in connrcys. Air. Rousevelt promised to be present. STREET. HAVEN WEST HAVEN to be obtained in this country. T Hothouse Products. Teleirtione 1016. BERG EFTS 86-96 George St. Yellow Turnips... .12o peek California Pouches ,....17o Seedofl RhIhIiih ,.i.7 1-20 Plttoil Prunes, fancy .71-2o (ieene .....16(1 l)n .20n Clilckens .,. J8o I'owN ..........150 Cnllfornbi Apricots ............. lOo Suit Pork ...10c lb Sweet Potatoes, klln-ilrletl. . . ,40a pk Jbildwln Apples ...45o pic Sweet Florida Oranges...... ...... 13a Now Dates. , ,6o ll Mixed 'tits... ...12o 11 Tomatoes 15o lb 9c, 23o, 45c. City. 'Phone at All Branches. DY SALE Blfl COXGIIKSS AVK. I 210 EDUEWOOD AVE. 920 CHAPFJj ST. KIVK IIIHT IV KAlliXVA WllEOK. ('lialTon, Mn Dec,. 23. A' local passenger truln on the Chicago and Kastorn Illinois railway collided with, a freight train here at 10:30 o'clock last night, and live pcrsunu wero in jured. The accident Is helluved ti have been due to a confusion at nlg tiuls.