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THE MORNING JOURNAL COURIER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, lflOR. ''' "" .i '' ' - ' '-' -...' (..", .WAS iWlffeS I I I nil IzM i ( WJ.VW The Kind You ITave Always Bonglit, ami ivhJcli It.ls fcern in use for over 30 years, lias' liorno tho ffxvr,!v,rct f and lias been nin!o vir.u his tr Sonnl SHucrvisitm rimo ii; mfinev. All Oonnferfeits, Imitation anil ,Tus(-is-yod',aro but r.Tperiments that trlflo with and em!mi-er tho Iieiilt'i of Infants and Children-Kxpericnoo ngninst; Experiment. is Ci Castorla Is a harmless pnltstittito for Castor Oil, I'ai goric, Drops and Soothing Syps. H is I'leasrst. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Kitvcoiifl enbstanee. Its age Is its guarantee, It destroys AVoi-jns and allays Feveri.shness. It cures Tiarrhoa atnl Wind Colic. Jt relieves Teething Tronhles, cures Const ipal ion and Flatulency. It assimilates tlio Food, r;iilites tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy an' natural slo6p. The Children's lanacea The Mother' Friend. GENUINE GASTORIA AS-WATS 3?ears tho Signature of The Kind You Have Always BougM In Use For Over 30 Years. k tHt- eCMTAUM OOMNNV, TT MUAV Tltrrr, N'ty VOf CITV. FAIR HAVEN NEWS St. James Churoh Parishioners Present Rev. Mr. Burrows With $100 in Gold. C. M. KEELER REMEMBERED 1'i.OdO lirislmns Ciinls Arrive ill Sta tion A I .urn I mill I'crsnniil Noll's. Hoy. Clin Mrs IT PmKh officiated. Tim remains wore taken yesterday to West -Hold, i.Mlililli-tow n, ii ml In t ormcn t was In the family plot. Funeral sit vii'os for Ihe lnte William liradloy were lit I (Milled nt his lute lnime, ,'in Columbus avenue, yosl orda y afternoon find l!ev. Mr. Newton of- J lirltited. Hearers nere from Adelplii lodge, Nn, lis, F. nnd A M , imd weroj (irliin A. Pose, John o rtowlniid, Soth W. l.nmiley nnd Joel M. Pradloy, A lifn ill I Till llmnl piece, , Hie Masonic square u nd compass, una Bent by Adelplii Inilne, Interment wiio In Knlr Haven cemetery. SI wHBmmimOTaiiiiiiro 4 (s.' i','' '' ' v .. ii " '. i n , ft WESTVILLE. Mr. an MV. Famitel Pndley nf Ktiniylvanla or thu guests of Mr. Dudley's pnronts, Mr. and Mrs. Pndley ol Aiwtln utreflt. : Th "WeitrlI1 flTcmcn will linld n jntln? In thn nsrftie houso on Ald"n avmuo this fivonlng- nt 8 o'clock. All membern are requested to lie present. Th annual meeting of th ronpre- gstlonnl chnrch to floct now ofTWrs for tho enmtng year and to reeelve the rports from tho different organlza 'tlons of tho rhureh tvIII tako plaeo tti ovenlng In tho rhnpoi nt 7:30 oVloek. The regular weokly prayer meetlni; will also ho held. The weokly meeting of th Loyal cmperaneo lotion will ho held tills nf. ternoon at tho homo of MiqS Rthel Ting flrs, 69 Barnett street at 3 o'clock. " All members are requested to be present. T).AI HMV IN UKTl RtSi. Mollicr ('iirrlcd Infimi In Si reels I'm lloiiis ScckhiK nnclor. N'ew York, rec. After wand-Tins Ihi'nuyh the streets of the Ka stern district with ii nick hnliv In Ivr arms. Bcan hlnR I'nr In r iihysician's mtire. Mrs. Ji-nnie Krancls, y.-.-irs ..Id, ninrrled l- ss than a year, was told !.y the doctors of .!. ( 'niherin..'s hospital that h'-r little one was il.,i,. Th mother who hes m ii; r.i-aham street, then liroKe down nmUwas so hyst. il eal that It was some lime line ihe ! doctors ihoucht it safe to remove' i. r to her home. Mrs. Francis left h.,- homo e;M!v yesterday lift, moon with lo r i hil.l - I less than two w.-.-ks old. The hiMe 1 I one hal le e,, i ,,Vcr fine i,!,-, h. The (A good many people from Testvl!lo j only place uui, n. m,,(i,e,- a, attended tho danee which was Klv,n ! tiik- the lit!!.- on.. ,,, , I loaf avanlnn In Tnt.m 1...1I 1 i . ... ... " " oy rroies-i i r. ll.sK.r. at aial nor Kelley. Ono of tho ' fentnres of ' :i sh- lost i,, ,- ,. ., tho evenlner was the new dances which ' ;,,nl. alt. r ua nd. rine ! jtoi. tvpiicy iHiiRiH earn person pros- ; '.v.is Una U The arrangements are completed for " thrT'drthee which will bo given by the K. and E. Assembly In Masonic hall, .Tuesday evening, January 12. Music (for dancing will be furnish by War ner's orchestra. ent. Stanford', tho music. orchestra furni-ln d liev. William nurrowa, uhopieached Ills last srMinon at SI. .lanies' I', 10. ihiiich on Sunday, as already an 1 1 " 1 1 1 1, wilh his wile and child, ep, yesl ria.v for lih; new home In Hloom Iniilon, hid As an evidence of their esteem, I lie pa I'ildi loners uiailc Mr lllllTiiws a hand.ioine presenl In .fore he left. It was at the Sunday school fes tival on Saturday night, that a line basket of fruit wan taken from the Christinas tree and hamlet to the rec tor, with the remark lhal It was from Ills pa ri. Iiloneis, Laid In iiinoug the fruit on the top was a handsome plush case in which were live shluint; $.'ll gold pieces. This gift of $lim from Mr. I'll, now 'si parishioners was an evidence of the regret of the congregation of SI. .lames' church at the sevrence of the lies of rector with the church. Mr. F'urrows was much surprised, hut ex pres'.ed his gratitude' lor the gift and for the ,iiiiluess of his friends which prompt. ,! It. If Pupt, Mulvcy felt that .lie' was out of the woods mi I 'liriet ni.i'i day, when the abundant supply of Christmas gifts and in. Mi had In en delivered at station A. he was mistaken, for yesterday moriiin there t anie a little hatch of I r..0:'x Christmas postcards tr.an the main oili. e and the station was again swamped. That number of post, a rd' u.'is pi... a .hore for the regular car tiers i,i deliver In addition to the remi l.ar ie. iil, so two "iibstltnl.s William II lliek'ean and ,1 Frank Nb K",.n, were i" 'tuisii ioned .-1 T i . I by dint of hard Work, ivn one f tins,, rvtra post rai d" w ere deliv ei od. Hut there mil a l.lg batch of newspaper mail which was i left behind and there will be an en The deal)! of Mrs. Tilda 11 Dicker-1 n-an Fia nc'i, wife of ilenrr," TO. French, j secretary and manager of the Hycieiiic lco conip.aiiv, occurred at her late res idence, 2T, Aiden avenue Sunday nlRht.j Mrs. Frem.h had been ailing for n long time from heart trnuhle and had b " it i under n physician's care. Ttie funeral will h held Thursday afternoon at '.' ta1 o'clock from her Into residence, ' Alrien avenue. leaver . deliver It to lay and the suh'-'itotcs will assist. 'If every per son In Fair Haven didn't Cet a Chilst mas postcard to day, It was hr, 'ails' Saul. i Ch'ui: didn't know their ad dress." was li e comment of Supt. Mui- v ey last I enillg Among the oilier pi ople who weni t handsomely remcmbi fed at Christmas was c. c. Kfeii.r, who for several ! years lias lieen the superintendent of the Sunday m nool of pilgrim church. IPs la nieinbrabee came at the session i of the f.lronl on Sunday, It being his j last service a's superintendent, having di 'dined n di ction, and although the ! gift came after Christmas, It could i pas as a Christmas present On !c- half of a number of teahers of the H hoot, a $.'il g-dd piece was presented in the r-'t'.rlng superintendent. Tit .new iiperintendent-i lect, Sheldon 1 Stiriaie,. will begin bis new duties In i the s dioo, m xt Sunday noon. The death of churl, s II Mont igne j occurred at his home, Lexington avenue, Sunday night, alter a long an, I painful lllncrs. Mr. Montacue was 'horn In London 74 years ngo, nnd has la s de.l in Fair Haven many years. He leaves a widow- nnd several children Id' was a painter by trade. His funeral vvi! lie attinded at his late resld-nee lo ;nor.'.,w and Interment will he nt 10. i st Law n cemetery. Fast Hav.n. led 111, h ! Park low , v , r. til .l.ii k. pilal. The funeral of Miss .; as ait, left d at to r la', nlpiao av.nue, Sunday ii lluhharl ho. ;.,, ijoin v. ring and Glaus Spreckels, Famous Sugar And Scene On His Hawaiian Plantation For many years Hemingway pond, off Qiilnnlplac avenue, has been a fa vorite skating pond and the best, In fact, of any save Lake Whitney, In th" vicinity of this city. For several years the culling of Ice, which had h f n carried on there for a long lime, has been abandoned and there seemed lo he no harm In using Ihe pond for sUaling. The pond has been a favorite skating urea from Ihe fuel that It was sil shallow that there was llllle danger lo skaters who broke through the ice. Last year, Ihe boys flowed Hie pond by erecting a dam nnd bad line skat lug. This year Hie lee.conipany which hns-n lease of the premises, objected In this (lowing on the ground II Would Injure the grass on the meadows One night recent I j", some of Ihe hoys dammed up a portion of the pond, but the dam was cairied away and they have since been Informed they will not be allowed to flow the pond Ibis win d r. This Is a great disappointment to the young people, Every winter, hun dreds of the Juveniles congregated l the pond and enjoyed sloiljng and ice polo and sonic winters, an Ice poal has furnished added amusement. Many Kkabrs come from other parts of the cllv every winter to enjoy (he skallng at Hetnlncw ay's ponds. It was announced Sundae In the Catholic churches' that New year's day would he a day of obllg.i t Ion and ioii-'."es will I- said al belli St Finn cla' and St Hose's i hurchos SI Francis' church the inai-se,; will be al ".."'I. 7 and ! a, in. William A Warner, of the Mrm ot Wa i in r-M HI. r company , has contra, t e-1 for bull. line his new f." -, nee II, Whitney av.nue The new house will cost .about J'.'.-i. i ""I It Is to be a brick house with marble trimmings, slate roof, room,, finished In hard woods, hard wood tl,.ors, mantels and lire places, and heating y the hot wat.r ,"v stem Mr Warner Is now residing In Clinton avenue. Friends In Fair Haven of Miss Amy Hald'.vln, who fonuerly' resided here, will be Interested to barn of h'T mar riage to WIIIUir.1 Fulrchlld of Hmok lyn. The manl-iRO was celebr.aled at the home of the bride's parents In Poiighkeepsle last ivn k The groom was a resident here at one time .Mrs. Path Parker, daughter ,.r Mi an I Mrs. John Parker of oailnnipi.H avenue, has returned from a month's stay In Florida. Most of lu-r stay was at Palm Heach, but she ."-topped several days In Jacksonville . Miss Parker returns with praise for Florida, having eiijoved Iut slay, whlca also was of much hcnetlt to her health. Mr .and Mrs James liculon of Jersey, formT Fair Haven residents, are visiting her over the boll. lav". The Misses Mamie W. and Then, dora Hemingway of Pradforl acade my. M,a ichusi t's. are spending Lie holidays at the home f their aitn'. Mrs. C. 10. Hrav , of i.iulnnlpi to a line, Th- primal", department ' f'llgt lin church Sun I iv school will have is Christmas tree and i ntel tainnu nt in Ci" ch ipel tomorrow nfp t noon. Every Stern Here Is h Genuine Bargain But To Secure These Bargains You Must Clip Out The Coupons nnd Present At Counter Where The Item Is Advertised $1.50 to $3 Quadruple Plated Silverware at 59c Quadruple sliver plated ware r.uch as syrup snd butler dishes, sll beautiful pattern.", worth from $1,50 to $.1, choice al si i gar 59c Men's "Steelthread" Hosiery Three Pairs for 49c These snx are guaranteed to need no mending for throe months, they can be had In all colors, A Q three pairs In a box for Ladies' 20c Fleccclined Cash mere Gloves for 1 Jc Ik Fleecelined cashmere gloves for ladles, In all sires, worth 20c a pair at Men's $5 and $6 House Coats and Smoking Jackets' for $1.98 These bouse coats wore made to sell at $5 and $r. each, choice, at There are larRc. rr, cakes of Fairbanks laundry soap, 5 cakes for Five Cakes oi Fairbanks Ark Soap 10c 10c Ladies' $1 and $1.50 B ack Si k Hosiery for 59c Fine black silk hosiery with garter tops and double roles, high rpliccd heels. Manufacturer's rec A otids with very right imperfections, or O h ureas 98c Black Petti coats for 49c Sateen Made of fine quality bhek ntepn with deep umbrella flounce A Ao worth 9-,c at " 1 K7( - $L50 Dresden China Clocks for 59c Beautiful clocks about 8 Inches high, &ff with guaranteed movements, $1.50 value forSC HUB irj?flJl : 'T . X-A feAi;v h 4vv .; tie uoil.cd ii h ii laborer In Chu rlestnwn, S. C., I'ossessnu.'. not only I lomenal energy, but I h fit 1 1 Hess mm hum. .ere. lollars In 1 -:,ii when he set. out for the PhcIIIc const, lie at id In San Fiaiulscn, was born ,,i ii h n laborer In Chiirlestnwti, S. efgy, but thtlftlni'ss and business set. out Tor the PhcIIIc const. He at rapidly nnd oe ned a small store. rapldlv built, up the Inriuntry At lirsl he gut most of bis ra w mat' rial from the Philippines, hut in f King kulaf.ana and leases vast tracts of sugar land. He cut a greut io sugar v liner, who died Itcocniber nil y a poor ma ii i n IS Hi. lb' work ossessin;.'. not only pin nomeiial en liioiisand dollars In 1 di. w ben he 01 ma n I'foi del for ma king money ;;;,!' liusiueS-i. From Mllllll III g i 11 II 1 1 1 K S Clans Spr fiermany In I K S and i lo ih : at tlrsl and laler went to "w Vorl' ahrewdness.. he had accumulated a once realized the opportunities that I'a Soon he turned bis iitteniion to tlm su which made him fatuous ih" world m . I I I ., . , , . 1 1 , 1 1 1 e of the I a I canal to get wuUt to his'ueies and a uon was .-i".rutui the lurgcsl uBar plat.tatiou In tliu world. As bef.ifn announced Attorn,;, eorce II. Snngi of i.'uinnipl.ic ave i., ,.iv. soon ai'i-r .New Yi-irs for i Woodbury C. n. r, whop- ,10 will prac j lice Irs pi ofY-sloii. M". Stufges since h;s graduation at the Vale law school : 1.1 1 ha I an oillce in Fast liraud ave. There ononis o he a line busl 1 oi'Ulag for Attorney St Urges in . llmrv II-. has . ae, the law of of the lale ij, m ge Huntington. Who was p, aid, ill of the LllcMlield , miiiiv bar. an I will nisi have the une of h i laige law library. Mr. Slurses will be tic onlv la iv y , r in I Im town a, 1 hi.! rrh 11 I 1 v III w l-,i for him a - llcci ,1 .fill I 1 vv In 1 -1 IK "I I'. i sev cram e council, I ei 01; biers nf l.lhel'tv, will ci I. laa'e Ihe ( Ml r 1 'H 111 IIS asoii at I Me If mi etlng I ' moil mv eiiniiu. Tin re will h" a t Miri-'l m.is tree end all who attend are i eiii,..,.il io bring a gift. There w ill be an i s change of pn sent'i, and an injoynlde social in c.t Ion. William It, Kellogg;. r . a civil en :meer at ilrand I! a pbl;i, Ii viocoil home at N'ew Vear'.s to visit his par cuts at liietr residence In I,' a inni plac .'I'liiii" A It. I'nriies of Walliiu:ford Is visit lug Fa ir II I v i n rel i lives. On i ' 1 1 en mas nlirhl Hiirlv one rela v i's called on Mrs. K a I herlne An.ler ui. ,'!.'i I 'I I I'ti m sli-eet. and II w a-t nn enjoyable family reunion. Charles Webber with the Xarragan f -ti oyster enmpniiv Is visiting at hi' home over the holidays Mr. nnd Mrs. C. J. t'pson of Town send avenue entertained a house parly over Christmas. Among toe guests were Mr. and Mrs Warren Terrlll of fontcrvllte. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Plant of liranford, Miss Mary and Mr. Hoy Haul of llranfnrd. Miss M. .1. I'p.'ioii of lOast Haven, Mrs, Hattle petiulsrm l-rlnley of New Haven. The couiniltlal service of t!in late Captain Frank Potter, who died at his , i., home In Hrldgeport, who held y , ,'t el da v afleinoon at 1 : f. 0 o'clock In Ihe Fair Haven cemetery, l!ev. lid gar ', Ttill.tr olllclaling. Mr. nnd Mrs Alexander Plato of I'oiS Ferry street, celebrated their Tvvetity-llfth wedding anniversary with a, number of friends al t.ielr home on Sal ifrday. NO IIAIIi Mill 111M K SLXYI.KH Naxhvllle. Tenn., Pec. '.IS, Judge Hart has refused hall to Colonel Coop er. Iloliln Cooper and John l. Suarp, charged with thu murder of Senator Carmark, LOAD OF HAY AFIRE!, i IVMI0'S .S'l niKIO WAVING. uiilo,V(Ts Have More Men Than They Can Keep ltusy. Horses Badly Burned as Result of Prank by Hartford Boys. not likely any of the striking drivers would gel work under any but the old condition:'. STEEDS ON WILD DASH: Willi Manic Iturning off Their Tiiils I hey Itil'h Mnill.v I lil'ough Street. .Vow Vork, I tee. 2i.- In di. -cussing the .strike of the cult drlver-i. Albert It. M, nilton, one of the directors of the I Cove Livery Stable Keepers associa I .ion, sa id j today thai the fight was ail but won for the employers. "Hush, ess Is being Injured, and al though we have plenty? of men, there is utile work for them to do," ho said. "Mo.st nf them are working on one half or one-third time. Mr. Moulton said that, as each member of the keep ers' association had consented lo pay a AT MOIIRIS COVE. Christmas exorcises nt the Morrla I'nhiii chape will be held to morrow, supper being served from 4 mil II (1 o'clock. This will ho followed by the exercises for the children, which will be under the direction ot Mrs. Wilfred Xott. . FIRIO TV LOS AXtiF.LlOS TTOTKT. Lo.s Angeles, l'tec. 21. Fire yesterdnj a used Jlfln.nno daniago In tho Occl- tlne of $j.5i,fl If he yielded to tlie agree- ; denial lioiei nuilililig. Anoiu nm guests tiient presented by the strikers, it was j in the hold escaped without Injury. Hartford, Dec. - Ib'sid-nts nf Jef ferson street were treated to an ex- : illlng display of pyrotechnics during j the luncheon hour Ibis noon. Shouts of J people In the sin d drew the house- i holdoig to the doors and windows to sic a blazing load of hay coining down Ihe sired, drawn by a couple nf fran tic horses, at a full gallop, imd no man djiieil tush In and slop the oncoming column of lire. The ,-,a in and load of bay b( longed to C, J Andefso farnn r out on blail u'ili avenue, and the hired man, John Hanson, was coming into the city with the load. The police have Ihe iiil'orioat ion that w hen the load readi ed Sijtooiir si red sonic small boy s, pining lor ( viienient on t bis unlet w In-j hT's day, siiiak.d up behind the load and applied a lighted mulch to It. The youngsters wile seen lo skidoo from the vicinity of the load about the lime a curl of smoke was not Iced rolling heavenward from the hack end of the wagon people slumlcd to the hired man to get off and unhitch the horses, I hut at lii'd be could not understand t lie meaning of I li' lr cries Conl Inning- leisurely along for n little jdl-lanco the driver began to suspect lhal the cries were directed at him. and he got a puff of smoke In Ids nos 1 1 Us A hoy ran out and shouted to him lhal his hay was on fire, but It wasn't lire, ssary to e him then, the (lames shot up, and John Hanson being no Jehu of the Haines Jumped to tlje ground The warmth of a thousand w hip lashes gathered 'round the rumps of I lie bay and sorrel drawing that load nf trouble, and al South Hudiioii street they began such a run as they have not made since Hie days when I bey were colls Dow n Jefferson slree they went nt full speed. They luriierl Into iMa'n at the South (ireeii and coming north, about half a block Iney decided that Ihe streets were too warm for thorn they made a dive for a riooryard, breaking off a lire hydrant nnd becom ing Jammed in between a tree and a, feme. Here they were Imprisoned with Ihe blazing hay at their hacks Men lacked Hie nerve lo go Into that warm corner and evlrbnte the frantic animals from their suffering John Hanson bad been doing .some sprinting after the fleeing team all this time and he hove In slghl nnuind the corner. Then two fellows rushed n and with Hanson's assistance the horses were separated, from I he re, but not until after every single hair had been burned from their tails, Ihdr hides singed till II peeled off In spots, and Ihe harness ruined. The wagon with the hay still on lire was pushed Into the street and the firemen from engine No. I eventually subdued the Haines with U stream ft'oni a mai'-by liydmu'- Decorative Plastering Many of the finest residences, public buildings, banks and places of amusement are using interior decorative plastering in artistic relief work. We furnish sketches or carry out designs furnished by architects or decorators. We make imitation caen stone and artificial marble mantles also column, pilasters and wainscotings for vesti bules and entrance halls. We produce first class work at moderate prices. GOB & LiVA, SCULPTORS A )D MODELERS, 88 Water St. fdof Chessnuf Telephone 4380 (-O D tre-J Ifem EtHmt? ill J Id & Come and see our AUTOMOBILE FISH. The Best Display of GOLD FISH in the State. Small Fish Globes exchanged for larger ones. Canary Birds from the Heriz Mountains. Fresh Canary Seed, Bird Tonics, Etc. THE FRANK S. PLATT CO. 350-356 STATE STREET. NEAR, CII.'M'UIj. Economy and Expedition in Printing Machine vs. Hand-Setting. W are equipped with tin? latest, t.vpcHotf iiur machinery in the world and .mi produm mirk at less rost ami in shorter Unto than any oilier printer ill Connecticut. In one mncliiim v? huvti leu dinerenf, (all new) l'licea of typo No printing too large, no job too small, to merit our allutillon, GIVE U3 A TKIAL. 58 Tel. 1504-9. The IViason rr 303 State St., Opp, Journal-Courier.