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HAVEH MORNING JOURNAL AND COTJKIEE, SATURDAY FEBRUARY, 17; 1906.
3 PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS, ITEMS OP INTEREST CONCERN ING NEW HAVEN PJSOrZB. I A No one can tell good baking powder from bad merely by the appearsiice; The price is some guide, but not an mfsJfible one; Some cheap brands may raise die dough, yet con tain unwholesome ingredients. There is one safe, stire way to follow the recommendations of the XL & GOVERNMENT ANALYSTS, THE HIGHEST AUTHORITIES ON HYGIENE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, THE BEST HOUSEKEEPERS EVERYWHERE IN AND ABOUT THE COURTS THOMPSON SLAXDER SUIT IN COURT. Old Case on Trial Hee Will to be Contested Three Hearings In Bank ruptcy Conrt Hone Trade Case Ended 90,000 Law Salt Withdrawn. The celebrated Blander suit of Mrs. Helen Thompson Haseltlne, of New Tork, against Charles S. Thompson, of this city, came up again In the superior court yesterday. Attorney Loomls, rep resenting the defendant, had asked for a non-suit because of the failure of the plaintiff to comply with an order of the court. ' No action was taken by Judge G. W. Wheeler. The case Will Boon be tried, it Is expected. CASE AGAIN BEFORE JUDGE THATER. The case of John W. Douglass vs. William H. Unmack was before the Jury yesterday. Judge John M. Thayer presided. It is an old case that con cerns a dispute over goods that were pplevined from John C. Galway, a for mer State street liveryman. The case lhas been to the supreme court once and a new trial ordered. Attorney Hamilton was for the plaintiff and Harrison & Zacher, for O'Connor, Ely i& Barclay, represented Mr. Unmack. Yesterday was occupied in taking evi ,' dence. The suit is to recover $650, replevin bond furnished in 1901. . The case will be before the court again next Tuesday morning. 6ISTER IN GERMANY TO CONTEST. The will of Emma Hess, who left her estate of $3,000 to her sister, Mrs. Mar tha Borst, of 47 Perkins street, Is to be contested by a sister now In Germany. Yesterday morning Attorney Benjamin filade appeared In the probate court, representing the sister of the testator who was left out of the will. Undue in fluence and mental Incapacity are the grounds alleged. Judge CLeaveJand has assigned the matter for a hearing on April 2 to al low Mrs. Borst's sister time to get here. Attorney William P. NUe3 Is counsel tor Mrs. Borst. BANKRUPTCY CASES. There were three , hearings in the bankruptcy court yesterday. The first was that of Silas J. Peck and was for the purpose of closing up the estate. Mr. Peck's estate has al ready paid a 10 per cent, dividend and It will likely, pay at least 10 per cent, more. The liabilities are $3,512 and the assets $951. Flervante Gulda, a small grocer In "Waterbury, was also asking for a dls. charge, and the estate will be settled on about the same basis as that of Mr. . . n.Lniii. tone ,1 l Peck S. Tne liaoimies aro uu uib j assets $192.56. Ralph J- Kirby also asked for a dis charge from bankruptcy. The liabili ties' are $3,708 and no assetB are given. No business is given with the applica tion. Final hearings will be held to-day on the estates of James Boyle, Isaac J. Walder and Morris Jancovitz. PLAINTIFF IN HORSE TRADE WINS. The Jury In the superior court which heard the suit of Walter A. Clark against Matthew Dunn returned a ver dict of $300 against the defendant yes terday. The case was heard Thursday and Involved the swap of a horse known as Al Meade. SUITS WITHDRAWN. Two suits brought against Robert E. Mahl by Hubert H S. Aimss, one claiming $5,000 and the other $4,000, were withdrawn from the superior court Thursday. The original suit was brought in June, 1902, and was caused by the alleged damage done a cottage at Oyster river, the plaintiff's claim be ing that Mahl entered the place, de rtroyed and carried away property. The second suit was brought on the Most Imp 1 '.'"VV : ABSOLUTELY PURE same grounds in October of the same year, after a defect was claimed in the original writ. Neither case ever came to trial- Mahl was a minor and It is said that full payment has been made for the damage he is claimed to have done. , . MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL. . A motion for the setting aside of the Jury verdict in the case of Henry Ja- cobl, of New York, against Roger S. Austin, of Wallingford, and also a mo tion for a new trial In the ease, was filed In the superior court yesterday by Attorney Hamilton, counsel for the defendant. ' . . CITY COURT CASES. In the city court yesterday Edward Laflin, Frank Dunn and Joseph Arns bosky, found trespassing In a West street coal yard, were each fined $2 and costs and put In the probation officer's care. . Charles Rose,' Charged "with theft of napkins from the Louts Metzger Cater ing company, will be tried on February 19. He was arrested by Detective Ward. P. Holcomb, who was sent to Jail for thirty days on a charge of breach of the peace, took an appeal to the common pleas court under $50 bonds. He chased his daughter with an axe in County street. BAIL IN' OYSTER SUIT. A motion for ball of $1,200 was grant ed in the short calendar term of the civil superior court yesterday forenoon by Judge Wheeler In the suit of E. E. Ball against John McNeil, a, litigation growing out of an alleged oyster-land trespass. Attorney Wright made the motion. AUTOIST IN $5,000 DAMAGE SUIT. Judge G. W. Wheeler, of the superior court, yesterday ordered that ball In the sum of $3,500 be furnished by the defendant in the stilt of William H. Tlnkham, a farmer of Mllford, against Orlando P. Richards, of Orange. This Is an action In which Tlnkham asks for $5,000, alleging that Richards, as owner of an auto, Is responsible for injuries which he incurred in the Bridgeport road on September 6 last. RichardB' son was acting as chauffeur and exercising the auto. Mr. Tlnkham asserts that he makes $1,200 a year and that since the accident has been forced to pay a man $30 a week to conduct the farm. CLAIMS MARRIAGE WAS LEGAL. In reply to the allegation that the marriage of Mrs. Julia Goldstein to Isaac Goldstein was Illegal, answer was made yesterday certifying that the cer emony was performed in regular and lawful manner. Mrs. Goldstein has pending In the su perior oourt an action for divorce and a claim for $10,000 alimony, against her husband, from whom she separated aft er a few weeks' of wedded life that were anything but blissful, according to her allegation of cruelty inflicted upon ' her by her spouse. In the course of his defense the husband filed a statement that he had not legally espoused the petitioner. Yesterday this was denied by Attorney Jacobs, who acted for Mrs. Goldstein. IVES WINS POINT. In the short calendar session of the superior court yesterday, . with Judge George Wheeler presiding, the defend ant's demurrer In the case of Edgar A. Snyder against Hobart B. Ives, asking that the claim of $5,000 damages be stricken from the complaint, was sus- ! tamed. LAW IS CONSTITUTIONAL. New Haven Lawyers Lose Case In Bridgeport, The effort of Judge J. B. Ullman and Attorney Edward H. Rogers, of New Haven, to have the law regarding the sale of store stocks In bulk declared unconstitutional by Referee in Bank ruptcy John W. Banks, of Bridgeport, has proved futile. Attorneys Ullman and Rogers sub mitted a petition to the court to the ef fect that their clients, Hanft & Co., of New York, had purchased the stock of is the rt&nf BAKING POWDER two dry goods stores conducted by Har rv Paulls in East Bridgeport for $1,300, and that James A. Marr, as trustee of the bankrupt estate of Paulls, was with holding the goods. Trustee Marr's answer was, in effect, that If there was1 a sale it had not been made according to the statutes, 'which compel a notice of the sale of stocks of merchandise to be filed with town clerks seven days before the transac tlons are made. The attorneys for Hanft & Co. then demurred to the answer of Attorney Marr on the ground that' the law was unconstitutional, as . it allowed their clients, Hanft & Co., to be deprived of their property without due process of law. ' Referee Banks has overruled the de- murrer and dimissed the petition on the ground that the purpose of the legisla tive act is to prevent fraud. THE CITY MISSIONS. . ' Rev. W. D. Mossman, missionary pas tor. The Sunday services at the City mission house, 201 Orange street, are held at 9 o'clock a. m., S o'clock p. m. and at 7:30 in the evening. At the au ditorlum service to-morrow evening the subject will be "A Time to Live," Eccl. 3:1. The speaker will be James H. Mansfield, of the United church. All are welcome. Religious services and other exercises every day and evening of the week. Mission Rescue Band of Christian workingmen at 8 o'clock Sat urday evenings. ' HAD APPENDIX (REMOVED. Cart Hitchcock, the young son of Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Hitchcock of Ansonla, was operated on at Dr. Cheney's pri vate sanitarium in this city Thursday night He was suffering from a dan gerous and well developed attacqk of appendicitis. Dr. Hitchcock was pres ent at the operation. The patient was brought to this city in acoaoh, and he stood the journey well. Little can be learned of his real condition until some twenty-four hours have elapsed since the operation, but there is every Indi cation that It was successful. Y. M. C A. MEETING. James Crulkshank of New York will be the speaker at the men's meeting at Foy auditorium Sunday afternoon at 8:45 o'olock. Mr. Crulkshank will speak to the working men especially on the subject "700 Left Handed Men." Special music All men Invited. BOO TONS FIRST DAY. Spring Lake Ice Company Hustling Its Harvest. The Spring Lake Ice company of West Haven began Its harvest yester day. Aforce of forty men was put on and the work Is being hustled right along. It Is estimated that 500 tons were put in the houses yesterday, We sell dlreot from factory to purchaser 8 3TCHAPEIy ST.' I And Other People Known la This City Interesting Social Events Here and Elaenhere. Mrs. J. B. Carrington gave a bridge whist Thursday afternoon at her Whit ney avenue residence. There were three tables of players. Miss Helen Carring ton assisted at tm tea table. Mrs. Margaret OuletJte Munson of Bchnectady, N. Y., wife of Henry Mun son, is visiting her parents at 5 Arch street. Mr. Munson is ill at Grace hos pital. A special meeting of the Mayflower branch of the Tribune Sunshine society will be held a't the home of the presi dent, Mrs. Tiwnas J. Adams at 25 Whalley avenue, this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Every member is earnestly re quested to be present as business of Importance Is to be transacted. , , The Association of Graduate Nurses will give a large whist in Republican hall on Monday afternoon. The affair promises to bo a great success. At the Blkur Cholom synagogue this rnornjng will tke prace the bar mits voh or confirmation ceremony of a son ol 'Rabbi Fromer of the congregation, After th-s ceremony at the Synagogue on Fadtory street, where Rabbi From er has been rabbi many years, t)i members and friends will1 be bid den to tiie home of the rabbi to partake of , luncheon and enjoy the occasion. This occasion marks the milestone in the career of the young man when falls Upon him the full responsibility of an Israelite, and the solemnity of toe oc casion is very Impressive. The festiv ities in honor of this occasion will take place at the home of the rabbi on La fayette street, corner of Prince. The association of Granduate Nurses will give a large whist in Republican hall on Monday afternoon, The affair promises to be a great success. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Evetts of Strat ford, formerly of this city, announce the engagement of their daughter Car rie E.' to William B. Pendleton of Yan tic. Plans are being made by the social committee of toe Welch District Alum ni association for an entertainment to be given Friday evening, February 23, at the Welch hall, Welch school build ing. All the alumni and their friends are cordially invited to attend. . The engagement is announced of Miss Genevieve Garvan, daughter of the Hon. and Mrs. Patrick Garvan of Hart ford, to Nicholas F. Brady. Mr. Brady Is a graduate of Yale '99 and a son of Anthony N. Brady of Albany, N. Y. Miss Lillian Howlett, who is soon to leave for St' Louis, was given a fare well surprise by a group of girt friends at the home of Miss, $thel Parker of Ferry street last Tuesday evening. The literary club of the First Baptist church, Mllford, will give an entertain ment at the First Baptist church Thursday, February 22. at 8 o'clock. There will be vocal and chorus work and everyone is cordially Invited. to be present. . Mrs. R. C Dlckormati of Spring street entertained the Friday Afternoon Whist club at her home yesterday aft ernoon. Miss Florence Weil Is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. B. J. Franks of New York. Charles H. Miller of the Yale Billiard parlor on Temple street returned yes terday from Hot Springs, Ark., mubh Improved In health. The ..class of 1908,Branford high school, gave the first senior promenade in the history of iho school at Muslo hall, Branford, Thursday evening. It was a grand success. At the meeting of Miss Learen's class Thursday Mrs. George Lewis gave an Interesting talk which was greatly ap preciated by the members. Mr. and Mrs. M. Sonnenberg returned Thursday to the New Haven house aft er a delightful trip to Palm Beach and St. Augustine, F!a. They returned by Ormond and attended the automobile races. A surprise party was given to Miss Anna Murtha at tmr home on York st reeit Thursday evening. There were many games and musical selections. A Very enjoyable valentine surprise was given to Miss Anna Dlckerman at her home, 104 Rosette street, Wednes day evening. Games and singing were wjoyed and at 11:30 a lunch was serv ed. Miss Ethel Hazeltlne left Thursday for a visit with friends in New Bruns wick, N. J. A number of members of the West Haven Are department attended the an nual ball of the Mllford firemen last evening In that town. The following men went In uniform: Lieutenant Ar thur Travis, Walter Crosby, 'Robert Wallace, Edward Sfcery, Robert Hous man, Rlctiard Hannon, Thomas Hannon and James Cannon. Mi, and Mrs.J. Boardman Smith of "Herman avenue left early In the week for Kustls. Fla. MATHUSHEK A Critical Examination Of the MATHUBHUK PIANO will reveal Its superior qualities THOUSANDS OF MCSICIA1CS lnaludlng some of the foremost pianists of the day, nse and indorse the MATHUSHEK. Ke other piano Is built like the MATHUSHEK; no other piano will rive you the pleasure and sat isfaction. Its rich, singing tone, even scale and light responsive action delight the artist and Stu dent alike. The art case designs are varied and the high class workmanship oannot fall to please even the most critical. UPRIGHTS, GRANDS, Prices $375 to $860. The only P)ano House In the ctty selling on the "One Price System. The Inevitable Victor in the war against coughs and colds is Hales Honey of Horehound and Tar. Pleasant to take and always reliable Sold by all druggists. i Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in One Alinute. Mr- and Mrs. William B. Roche of Pine Orchard were given a valentine surprise by a party of New Haven friends Wednesday evening. In the party were the Misses Mae, Margaret, Olive, Katherine and Norah Londrigan, the Misses Katharine and Ellabezth Rourke and John Rourke. Mr. and Mrs. Roche are wintering at the Shel den house. . . A dainty valentine surprise party was given Philip English Tuttle, at his home in Main street,' East Haven, on Wednesday evening. A very pleasant and enjoyable valen tine whist party was given Thursday evening by Mrs. C. Wilcox in honor of her birthday at her home in Church street, Wallingford. Mrs. Wilcox re ceived the hearty , congratulations of her many .friends and also many in tiie shape of pretty and useful remem brances. The winners of the whist prize were Mrs. W. B. Hall, Mrs. W. W. Shaw, Mrs. C. Hill, Mrs. B. D. Mey ers, S. Morris and W. W. Shaw. The auxiliary of the Young Men's Republican club will give, a whist at Republican hall next Wednesday after noon for the benef.c of Henry Adklns, the interesting old blind almanao man of New Haven. Do You Suffer ft from HEADACHE LOSS OF SLEEP INDIGESTION TORPID LIVER BILIOUSNESS PILLS will quickly ttmove the cause ol these dlitressing complaints and restore healthy action to every organ. You will feel tike a new person after taking a few doses of Beecham's Pills. They rid the system of Imparities, improve the digestion, banish headache and Give Positive Relief in all cases of Biliousness, Consti pation, Indigestion and Disordered Liver. ' The xcellent results obtained by the use of Beecham's Pills have proved them worthy of the confi dence they enjoy. They have helped thousands and recommend themselves. Sold Ererrwhers. In boxes too. stul jjc. Henri's la grippe cure o'ures a cold in 24 hours. If taken in time prevents pneumonia. 16o at Hull's. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Center Churoh, Rev. Newman Smvth D. D. Pastor. Morning service at 10 so' Devotional service at ip. m, First Churoh of Chrifet (Scientist), 788 Chapel street. Sunday at 10:30 a m Wednesday at 8 p. m. Reading room open week days, 10 a. ' m, to 6 p m Wednesdays, 10 a. m. to 7:46 p. m. Tues day and Saturday evening 8 to 10 Christian Scienoe literature for distrib ution, tf First Baptist Church (corner Ed wards and Livingston streets) Rev Frederick Lent, pastor. Morning ser vice at 10:80 a. m. Bible school and men's class, 1? m. Y. P. S. C. E 6-30 p, m... Evening service at 7:30. tf The Churoh of tho Redeemer, Or a nee Ireet, corner Wall Watson Lyman Philllpi, IV D. pastor. Preaching at 10:80 a. m., Sunday school at 18 o'clock noon. Young People's Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 6:80 p. m. At Weloome Hall, Oak street Sunday school at 3 o. m. Gospel meeting at 7:80 p. m. tf TVWilfv AT ET rt..,..). T i v. . t., and George streets W. H. Kldd, pas tor. Morning worship at 10:30 with sermon on "The Sovereignty of JeBus in rojowiauij. xwnaergarten at InA nn.ma hftnr Ri.nAatr c.v, n, Epworth league meeting at 6:80. Even ing worship at 7:80 with a service of praise by use of the new hymnal. First MfttiniHt "PTfaAnai Oh.i.i. (corner College and Elm streets), Rev. Francis T. Brown, pastor Public wor ship at 10:30, with address by Rev. Africa. Bible school at 13 m.: Bpworth 1 league at 6:30; public worship at 7:80, with sermon by Bishop W. F. McDow- , ell, LL. D.. of Chlo&ffO. . " . W utfcvrnpuri uiiurcn, vvoosier square, Rev. J. N. Pierce. Dastor Teit. Rw 3:20; subject, "The Guest Divine;" hour, 10:80 a. ra.; Sunday school at noon; Endeavor service, 8:80 p. m.; Tuesday evening, missionary meeting; Thursday evening, Boys league. Trinity Church Sexigtuima Sunday: 8 a. m., holy communion; 10:30 a. m., morning prayer and sermon by Rev. Charles O. Sooville. At 3 p. m. confirm ation lecture; 7:30 p. m., special mu sical service without sermon. Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. confirmation lecture. Spiritual Rev. and Mrs. Rowland will hold special services In Red Men's hall, 48 Church street, Sunday night, 7:30. Sermon, tests and messages, Mrs. How land demonstrating the form of the spiritual religion. Plymouth Church, the Rev. Wm. W. MeLane, D. D., pastor Divine worship and sermon at 10:30 and 7:80. Sunday school at 12. Young People's meeting: at 9:30, ... . . - , NEW SUITS A great many changes are ahowa la the new Tai lor Suits for the coming Season., i Also the largest .variety of materials and eoiors. Alice Bine, Coral and Greys seem to prevail These goods having been made dur ing xhe dull weeks are from $5.00 to 915.00 less than they will be later. ' NEW WAISTS French Lingerie and Handkerchief Linens made - by hand throughout, fine Swisses and Lawns, together with a full assortment of rich Lace Waists make onr assortment . without equal. y $3.00 to $50.00 FRENCH UNDERWEAR A new line with us exclusive ond different only Convent work, all band made at very attractive price.. rW-. v r;-. MOTHERS' AID SPECIAt'i'IBETIXO -i' - '-?.t.'! To Be Held on Mondayat.,51 Elm Street. - ,, j?; A special meeting of the , Mothers' Aid society will be held on Monday at 51 Elm street at 10 o'clock Jn the morn ing. All the managers are particularly requested to be present. , , Henri's Violet Cream cures chapped hands and all roughness. ' Leaves . the skin soft, smooth and white 5o at Hull's. SOUND 'the 'tambourine, ( beat ' the cymbals and pound , the' ' drum. ... We found relief for our Sore Feet and formed the Salvation -Army. C Then went marching, singing and beating the 'songs of great relief from CORNS AND BUNIONS, INGROWING NAILS, CLUB NAILS AND ALL DEFORMITIES AND CONDITIONS OF THE TOE NAILS. CORNS BETWEEN THE TOES AND INFLAMED FEET, t We didn't know any better than, to suffer with Sore Feet all these' years, and we didn't want to suffer all our lives, so we went to DR. WELCH, 792 CHAPEL STREET, and found a big ar my of CORK and BUNION GROWERS and BAD TOE NAIL BEARERS, and we didn't find anybody that was hurt a bit, so we waited our turn for the GREAT PAINLESS ONSLAUGHT. Af whlch we found such great relief that we started on the march again and have been beating and pounding and singing the songs of the CHIROPO DIST Relief for the feet. DR. WELCH, 792 Chapel Stre! N EW HAVEN, CONN. -mKmi ' SHERLOCK HOLMES always had more ways of escape than he could use. 20 DISCOUNT on our entire stock of Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Cloths and Mattings gives you more real, genuine good bargains in every sort of floor covering than we can find space to tell you of. ' 1 This offer Lasts Until March i only. " $30.00 up to $100,00 The Great Fur Mi That has been stirring the merchants of this city to bet ter efforts and lower prices in order to compete with us is still going on at our store There is just as good oppor. tunity to obtain- values now as at the beginning of the sale. -. " ; ., v Brooks-Collins Go. 795 Chapel Street, i Just Below Orange Street. ' ,. t RADIATOR DANCH!. Twelfth Annual Affair in Music Hall. ... Last Night.;,'.. . . ' " The twelfth annua) entertainment and dance by Beta chapter, Alpha Delta Sigma fraternity , of the New Haven high school, was held at Music hall last evening, and was a, delightful sucV cess. , , ' ' p. The first part consisted of selections rendered by a double quartette, com posed of some of the best singers of the Tale glee clubs. As In former years the active members of the Radiator frater nity presented a one act farw. This year's play, which was "My FrtPncTX.'" was one of the most amusing the socie ty has ever produced. ' : The case was as follows: Anthony Henn .Henry M. Elliot '07 1 Mr. Xeres Xavier, insurance agent.... ' L. L. Killan 1308 Mr. Joshua Tick, a telegraph operator.. P. W. Hall 1908 Miss Matilda Henn, Anthony's sister.. . F. X. Ailing 1908 Miss Jessie Henn, Anthony's daugh-" ter .................. r. A. Benton 1908 Molly, the maid wltii a treacherous memory ...... J. Howard Adame 1008 Tim's, present. Scene, in Henn's : house. '. . The play was followed by a pro gramme of eighteen dances. . The committee in charge of the enter tainment consisted of Robert Dudley French '06, chairman; Henry E. Ross '07, Henry M. Elliot '07. . , A GUARANTEED CITRH VOU PILES. Itching, Blind, Bleding or Protrudlnsr Piles. Tour druggist will refund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure n 6 to 14 days. BOo. , QUID-LEY STILL MTSSINg! New developments seom not to have developed In the policy raid case. Ed ward F. Quigley is still on the missing list and no word apparently has been, received of his whereabouts. v TO CURE A COLD IN OWE DAY. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's slgntuare is on each box. 25a i nuiinii mi nuiiifr".