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HEW HAVEN MORNING JOUBNAL AND COURIER. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22 1900.
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS, NO APOLOGY TO MORRIS, PRESIDENT VPHOLDS WHITE HOUSE OFFICERS FejirYar& ? ITEMS OT I NT Kit EST CONCERN' ISO NEW HAVEN PEOPLE. 6 And Other People Knona ! This Clt Interratlnc Social Cventa Here aail E) Inn here. Colonel and Mrs. Rutherford Trow ibrldge of thla city were recent guests at a society dinner party given at Palm Beach, where they have been stopping tor some time past. The dinner was given, for the Count and Countesa Wachtmelster of Havana. There is a large party of New Haven people in Florida at the present time, being at Palm Beach and resorts in the Flower State. Mrs. J. M. Hoppin will give a small tea at her home on Hillhouse avenue on Friday afternoon from i until 6 o'clock, for Miss Estelle Buckner, the fiancee of Mr. Walter Mitchell. This noon the annual dinner of the Sons of the American Revolution will be held at the Hotel Elton, Waterbury. ' A special car will leave the green at 10:30 a. m. direct for Waterbury, and carry with it forty members of the David Humuhreys branch. Mr. and Mrs- Henry Fresenius have returned from a visit with relatives in Hartford. ' " Rev. Lyman Peet, who has been the guest for a week of Mr. and Mrs. Na son and other friends in Wast Haven, left yesterday for New York, and will i spend a few days with his brother. During the next few weeks he will visit several cities, where, he will speak on China, and about the college at Foo Choo. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Peet will not return to China until next fall. The juvenile vaudeville to .be given in Foy auditorium on Friday evening by the Mayflower Branch of the Tri bune Sunshine society is interesting young and old alike, and a large au dience will greet the clever young per formers in their various turns on Fri day night. Mrs. Ever, the daughter of Mrs. Aber Brown, of 201 Dlxwell avenue, is visit ing her sister, Mrs. Harry Pohlman of Brooklyn, N. T- She has her little daughter, Myrtle, with her. ' This afternoon in Harmonle hall the children of the members of the Har monle club will hold , their annual Wnotilncfrtr, Viti.tVir1n v tiA.W-v Th-P'ro will ue ail Boris vl games auu buuvhub ap propriate to the day, and the children are anticipating a merry afternoon. Mrs. Fred Adler has charge of the affair. ...' : J. E. Robertson and Clarence R. Hooker, who have 'been hunting duck and geese on an island off North Car olina since New Tear's, are now "hunt ing quail about 100 miles in the Interior of Virginia. They have killed some big game in North Carolina, including several very large wild geese. Union No. 1 of the Women's Christian Temperance union held a celebration last evening in the Olivet Baptist' church in honor of Miss Frances Wil lard, the famous temperance worker. The sale of groceries of the Queen Esther branch of the Tribune Sunshine society in the Mishkan Israel assembly rooms Tuesday arcernoon was most successful, the members clearing about $100. Among the guests were Mrs. F. B. Walker, Mrs. W. A. Granville, Mrs. Joseph Fitch, Mrs. G. G. Powning and Mrs. George Hayes of the Elm City branch. George B. Marsh of Branford is ill with an attack -of tonsllitis, and was unable to take part in "Pinafore' Tues - day evening. Mrs. Marsh and daugh ter Beatrice arrived home yesterday from a visit with friends in Waterbury. ' There were fully 200 guests at the -whist given by the Graduate Nurses' association in Republican hall Monday afternoon. The affair proved a delight ful one in every way. No improvement was noted yesterday in the condition of Mortimer B. Fowler, who is sick at the home of his par ents, Mr- and Mrs. Mark Fowler, in Milford, with an attack of pneumonia. Miss Lucy Hine of Dwlght street will . leave next week for a trip to Southern California. Mrs. Herbert, -who has been spending most of the winter with her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Austin in West Haven, will spend the remainder of the winter with her son, Mr. Judd in New Haven. The marriage of Miss Sadie Hawkins of 67 Ashmun street to Mr. Joseph Ry an of Brooklyn will take place in St. Mary's church this morning at 10 o'cock. The bride will be attended by Miss Lavina Moran and the groom by .' Dr- McLane of Brooklyn. , After a trip to Porto Rico, Mr. and Mrs- Ryan will reside on the. Boulevard in Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beckwlth are re ceiving . the congratulations of their many" friends over the arrival of a big boy at their home on Richards street, West Haven. The Tale hall Boys' club will give a minstrel show at Tale hall on Tuesday evening, March 6. An excellent pro gramme has been arranged and the en tertainment promises to be a great ucess. , Cards have been issued by Mr- and Mrs. Walter S. Jones of 19 Wall street announcing the marriage of their - daughter, Miss Mary Rowe Jones to Mr. iFred Edward Jenks, which occur red in this city, Monday, February 19. . Mr. and Mrs. Jenks will be at home after September 1, at 891 Elm street. The many friends of Mrs- M. M. Whitney of Hyde Park, Mass., who have met her on her many visits to Mrs. Turner in East Haven, where she is very well known, being the first past grand chief of honor of the De gree of Honor, will foe pained to learn of the sudden death of Mr. Whitney, Which occurred last week, when he was struck by a train in returning from work and instantly killed. A very pleasant surprise party was given Miss Mary Weiss on Monday evening at her home, 175 Division street, in honor of her fifteenth birth day. The young hostess reoeived many beautiful gifts from her friends and rel atives. Wallace N. Royden of Mllford, who has been painfully 111 at his home at Fort Trumbull Beach for a number of days, was last evening reported to be more comfortable. In Warner hall Tuesday evening the first of the series of dances arranged by . Miss Hazel Chadburn's Tuesday evening class was given. The mem bers of the class are university men, and several prominent young women of this city. A cotillion was danced and the young people greatly enjoyed the unique figures. Mr. Finkelstoae of Bridgeport played. till? WASHINGTON. Thursday We Join With This Great Fair Land of Ours In the Birthday of Washington There'll be ' Interesting Trade Sale News , for Friday and Saturday. r COOKING CONTEST WINNERS. Result Showe No Lack of Experts in New Haven. Mrs. Jean Pardee Clark and Mr Jane Marlin, who acted as judges for the May Irwin cooking receipe contest, after several hours' work yesterday de cided that the answers' were not only contributed by expert cooks, but that New Haven is well supplied, and there is ho need for the Importing of French cooks for our benefit. . There were sev eral hundred answers, and in many in stances the contestants tried for all five prizes. The prizes were awarded as follows: Box at Hyperion to Mrs. Horton, sub scription to the Union to Mrs. Scran ton, two seate each to the May Irwin performance of "Mrs. Black is Back" to Miss Fitzgerald, Mrs. Hitchcock and Mrs. Clark. , GOING TO BERMUDA. Rev. Frederick Lent and Frederick Klein Leave for, Several Wteks Trip. ' Rev. Frederick Lent, pastorof th Birst Baptist church and Mr. Freder ick C. Klein of Bishop street will sail on Saturday for several weeks' stay in the Bermudas. Rev. Mr. Lent goes to visit his brother, who ts a business man in the Bermudas, and Mr. Klein goes for the benefit of his health. Both took the trip last year. Their many friends will wish them a pleaeant trip- HP II! To Be Frank you have really never eaten a true soda cracker until you have eaten u needa iscuit The only soda cracker which is all good and always good, protected from strange hands by a dust tight, moisture proof package. NATIONAL BISCUIT "COMPANY Mrs. Minor Morris' Arrest Found on Investigation to Have Been Justified, nnd No Greater Forge Used Than Her Resistance Made Necessary Demund of Dr. Morris for Apology and Secre tary Loeb's Reply Made Public, Washington, Feb. 21. Dr. Minor Mor ris, whose wife several weeks ago was ejected from the White House, where she had gone to present alleged griev ances to the president, toyday gave out for publication the correspondence which recently passed between himself and the president regarding the case. Dr. Morris demanded a public apol ogy of the president "for, this outrage ion womanhood and common decency." Secretary Loeb replied to the letter, saying that an investigation by the chief of police showed that the arrest was justified, and that the kindest act to Mrs. Morris and her kinsfolk was to refrain from giving the case additional publicity. The letters follow: To the President of the United States: Sir Having waited patiently a num ber of weeks, that you might have am ple time to ascertain all the circum stances connected with the insult re cently offered my wife at the White House, and that you might make some expression of deprecation which would naturally be expected, it Is now incum bent upon me as husband and citizen to demand a public apology for this outrage on womanhood and common decency. It is unthinkable that such brutality would be tolerated anywhere in this country, but, above all, in the White House. That my wife has been con fined to her bed six weeks from the shock and injuries of this damnable treatment is bad enough, but I can say to you in all calmness that had the original orders from the White House been carried out as to her longer incar ceration her life would have been sac rificed. It is therefore incumbent upon me to repeat my urgent request that you take action at once suitable to the circum stances which have shocked the entire nation. Respectfully, Minor Morris. February 16, 1906. The White House, Washington, Feb. 19, 1906. Slr-In reply to your letter of the 16th instant the president directs me to state to you that he had the superintendent of police of the District of CoJumbla, Major Sylvester, make a careful inves tigation of the circumstances connected with the arrest of Mrs. Morris for dj;s orderly conduct at the executive office, and the superintendent submitted to the president all the affidavits of the persons whom he had examined. The president carefully went over Major Sylvester's report and the, affidavits, and also personally Baw Major Sylves ter and some of the persons making trie affidavits. He came to the conclusion that the arrest was justified, 'And thai the force used In making the arrest was caused by the resistance offered by Mrs. Mprris to the officers in the discharge of their duty, and was no greater than was neoessary to make the arrest ef fective. Under these circumstances the presi dent does not consider that the officers are property subject to blame. He was also satisfied that the kindest thing that could be done to Mrs. Morris and her klnRfolk was to refrain from giving any additional publicity to the circum stanes surrounding the case. Tours truly, i William Loeb, Jr., Secretary to the President. Dr. Minor Morris, Washington, D. C. RESTAURANT BURGLARIZED. But Italian Lad Got Small Compensa tion for the Task. Henry Luria, an Italian lad, seven teen years of age, was arrested late yesterday afternoon by Detective Don nelly and Is held on a charge of burg lary. About 8:30 o'clock Tuesday even Jng the restaurant of Peter Hussman at 163 George street was entered, the cash register visited and 45 cents taken therefrom and a lady's shopping bag containing $5 also appropriated. De tective Donnelly was assigned to the case and arrested Luria yesterday aft ernoon as a suspicious character. Luria stoutly denied the burglary, but finally he confessed that he was the guilty man. Luria claims to have a father arid mother In Chicago and an aunt in Ho boken, N. J. m m THE PEOPLE'S POPULAR STORE CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY -WASHINGTON'S BIRTH-DAY FOR HATCHING By the Setting or Hundred. " PL ATT S BEST FOOD9' makes Baby Chicks Strong and grow fast Cypher's In cubators and Brooders. Brood Coops) Foods and Remedies. ft The Frank LINCOLN! LECTURES. Frederick Trevor ..Hill to Give Two at Yale Law School. At Hendrie hall Frederick Trevor Hill, of New York city, will dallver a series of two lectures on "Lincoln as a Lawyer" under the auspices of the fac. ulty of the Yale Law school. The first lecture will be to-morrow evening, and the next will be given on the fallowing Friday. BUSY YALE CREW. The Yale crew la Jeading the strenu ous life these days. They have been out continuously during the past week, even when the weather was so cold that the water froze on their oars. Captain Morse says that the exposure has been the making of the crew can didates, and they will be kept out every day now until they go to Gales Ferry. The freshman candidates now number six crews and the 'varsity has been cut down to five. ELKES STOLE BICYCLE. Colored Man Arrested by Detective McGrath. Lewis Elkes (colored), of 168 Henry street, was arrested yesterday after noon by Detective McGrath on a charge o ftheft of a bicycle valued at $25. The wheel was stolen from 71 Temple street and was the property of Jacob Mur neck. YALE FRENCH CLUB ELECTIONS. At a recent meeting of the French club the following new nrembers were elected: From 1908 P. 8. Ordway, B. H. Pot ter, G. S. Grammer, W. J. Walker, S. L. Howell, J. H. Ryan, W. S. Weiss, W. S. Bissell, S.. HurLbut. From 1909 H. ,M. Southworth, H. N. Otis, J. S. Schmertz. VICTOR TALKING MACHINES 10O DOWIT WEEKLY. We carry all styles from $15 7 in. Victor Records 50c, Reduced to 35c, . 10 in. Vic tor Records $i-oo, Reduced to 60c. 12 in. Victor Records $1.50 Reduced to $1.00. Call and hear the Victor. Store open evenings. A large stock ot nords to choose from. John E. Bassett, Prop., BSBKSSraKWBI S. Piatt Co. DEACON FITCH'S NAROW fcSCAPB. Deacon Lucius Fitch of Westvllie narrowly escaped being struck by a fast driven team Tuesday as he was about to board a trolley car in West vine. His daughter pushed him on side, 'thus preventing his being knock ed down. The hill descent at the place is steep, and greater care should be exercised by horseowners on thie ao count. SOUND the tambourine, beat the cymbals and pound the drum. We found relief for our Sore Feet and formed the Salvation Army. 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. 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 CORN 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 which 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 Street, NE.W HAVE.N, CONN. J-ore ujTioimy Your Watch Marks 157,680,000 revolu tions in one year. V, Think of it. Your watch should be oiled once a year. The oil if allowed to gum .produces friction, destroys 'the h,igh finish, wears the delicate bearings and thus 'ruins an accurate timepiece. ! Our watch-maker is a 'skilled workman, and will not experiment upon your watcn. Monsoris Jewelry Store, 857-859 Chapel St. The man who misses a train because his watch is slow, or shows any irregularity, had better have it examined by a competent watch maker. You won't find a more skillful or more experienced one any where than right here. We cean and repair all sorts of watches thoroughly and quick ly'and guarantee our work. J, H. G. DURANT, JEWELER AND OPTICIAN 71 Church St. Op. P. O. A piece of Cut Glass Would please the bride. We are showing a beautiful col lection in wide range of prices. There's a price here to please you. WELLS & GUNDE,1 ru CHA-TEL STREET, NEW HAVBd Selecting Your Gifts in Jewelry You Look for the most desirable, and the best In quality, at a reasonable price. KIRBY Has the selection to suit every purse. Here you can find Bultable presents from fifty cents to five hundred dol lars. Bracelets. Bead Necks, Brooches and Lockets have the call this year. Kirby & Son. 823 CHAPEL STREET. AMERICAN LINE. Ptymonth - Cherbonrtc - Soutbnmpton. From New York Saturdays at 9 80 a. m. St. naul. Vph. 24 St T.nl tut.,- in New York, Mar. 8. .Philadelphia' Mar.' 17 RED STAR LINE. Antwerp Dover London Paris. Zeeland Feb. 24 ft. an a m Finland Mar. 3, 10:30 a, m. Vaderland Mar. 10, 3:30 p. m. Kroonland Mar. 17. 10:30 a. m. Fieri 14 and 18 North River. OfOce 0 Broad way, Bowling Green Building:, N. Y Bishop & Co., 185 Orange St.; M. Zun der & Sons, 253 State St.; J. H. Parish & Co., 86 Oranffe street; Sweezey & Kel sey, 103 Church st, New Haven, eod-tf forth German hyd. EAST EXPRESS SERVICE. LONDON PARIS E REM IN Less than six days across 'ha ocean Kaiser, Mar. 6. 10 a. m. K. William II., Mar. 27. 7 a. m. Kronprinz, Apr. 10, 7 a, m. Kaiser, Apr. 17, 10 a. m. TWIN SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE Comfort and Luxury at Moderate Rates Kurfuerst. Mar. 29. 10 a. m. Kuerfu-drst, May 1 10 a. m. Barb'sa, May 10. 10 a.m. P. Alice. May 24. 10 a. m. MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE GIBRALTAR NAPLES GENOA. Fair and warm weather route. Pr. Irene. Mar. 3. 11 a. m. K. Luiee. Mar. 10. 11 a. m. " Weimar, Mar. 17. 11 a. m. K. Albert. March 24, 11 a, m. Gibraltar and Naples only. OELRICHS & CO. 6 Broadway. N. T. SWEEZEY & KELSEY. 102 Church St BISHOP & CO., 183-85 Orange St. M. Zunder & Sons, 253-7 State St. OASTOTIIA. BMTttbs Blntuw of 7 ma Miia you I Ha Kind You Han Always , November IS. lm. x5:fia 10:60, :8 '".MX'XM '4:38. 4.-5 Ixso .Pi'a. Suadays -; "v.j u. in. Fo w u . k . . :J??5. 'IIMl. 2:68. .4:29j6:03; 1,.7:0AP m- Sundays .2:25, 2 6S 1:07 a. m'.. p. Ini U A 10 tZ?ul'"i'h rinKeI. etc. 1:07, iAK.10' 2:?- P- m- Sunday 1:07, x:05 a m.. 12.10. k-kk i'm J: J! 2.68, 3:10, 4:20. 6:03. B:15 -in" iA hrLb?ok)' 6:"- 7:lV 11:30 to Say. brook) p. m. Sundavs.sK .a-KS For Mlddletown, VVlllImnntln. et. T: a. m.. 1:00. 6:0R. it.-. wnn.f..i For jUb.1lknm rL lr D. m. MintlRVfl 7. OA M Fni 1 l,.cl. vt . . . - . - . 9.35z, 9:40 a m.. 12:10. 2:35. 4:1K iKa 11:40 a m.. 8-80. (t in Fop Wn. : i.Vn' t..,z A ... 12.10, 2:36, 6:18, 7:40, 11:30, p. m. Suni days-8:80. 11:40 a. m., 6:40 S 80 p. m" :ao. 6:18. 7:40 n m a,iririu,r- b-qa On.. 6:40 d. m. --5:50, (via Bridgeport), 9:85, a. m 4:13 IX m, Sundays 7:50 fvin. Rrlrle-ftnnwi m. " ' Sundays 7:60 a. m. (via Bridgeport). .r?r?a ral"s- IParlor car llmlte To Derby Junction, x Local express. U. fll. SHEPARD. W. tl. rni l'V dea. Supt. Asst Gen. Pass. At New Haven Steambnat Lin??. STEAMER CHESTER W. CHAPIN. Frnm Mow - Uuiror, l uitanici inavei Z.lo a, m.. daily except Mondays. Pasi sengers may board the steamer at ani miiw uutr ill p. m. From New York Steamer leavsj 4:00. m. dally except Sunday, Time between New York and Nei Haven, about five hours. Steamer arrives at and departs front Belle Dock, New Haven, and Pier 20, K. R. foot of Peck Slip, New York. rur iickbcs ana staterooms apply al the office on Belle Dock, also at Blshi op & Co., 185 Orange street, and ai Purser's -office on steamer. The New England Navigation Co., GEO. C BLACK, Agenfc Belle Dock, New Havea. . Starin's N Y.&N.H.Llne . DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY, PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVlOfi Leaves New Haven 10:15 p. m., Starii Pier, foot of Brown Street' " Leave New York, 9.00 p. m., Cortland Street Pier No. 13 N. R. Fare 75c, excursloj tickets $1.25. Room sJl.DO. Take Chapt el Street cars to Brewerv Street. C. H. FISHER, A(CCii Sl6-tf New Hnven. Conn GOING TO EUROPE? Are you expecting to make a trip anywhere; if so sea Bishop & Co., 185 Orange St,. Railroad, Steamship and Tourist Agents. Sell tickets to all points and reserve ac commodations in advance. Baggage checked from resl dence. Cook Tours. Accident Insurance, i UOLLAND-AMERICA LINE ri New oi..-lU)Ueraam via Boulognl 1 1 Sailings Wednesdays per sailing lis) Kyndam, Feb. 28, Statendam, Mar. 28 Rotterdam, Mar. 7. Ryndam, Apr. 4. Noordam, Mar. 14, Pottsdatn, Apr. 11. New twin-screw steamer New Amiten dam, 17,250 registered tons; 80,400 tonj displacement. From N. Y. April 25. May 80, July 4. ' i, Apply for special pamphlet, Hollnnd-Anierienn Line, 30 ll'nay, N.Y Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St.) Bishop & Co., 1S3 Orange St.; Newton jj Parish, 86 Orange St.; M. Zunder & Son, 249-251 State St.; C. Busaman, 71 Or ange St., agents. . 'i ffambutg -American. Plymouth Cherbourg Hamburg Waldersee Feb.24 IPatrlcta Mar, VI jAmerika Mar. 1 jPenns'ia Mar. 10 :Deutsch'dMar. 16 :Blucher Mar. IPretoria Mar, ;Amerika. . .Apr. 1 S. S. Ainerikn, Most Luxnriona Most Modern of Lcvlnthlanx. HI1U :Grill Room. Gymnaslum. ;Eleva-' &A la carte Restaurant. Calling at Dover for London & Paris. Olllces 35 nnd 37 Brondnay, New Yorlc, Sweezey & Kelsej', 102 Church St., M. Zunder & Son, 249 State St.; J. H. Par ish & Co., 86 Orange St.; Bishop & Co., 185 Orange St.; H. Bussman, 71 Orange St., Spend March in the est Indies. Leaving New York on March 8, 1906, by the Superb Cruising Steamer . Prinzessin Victoria , Luise Visiting St. Thomas, Martinique, (St, Pierre Fort de France,) Barbados Trinidad (Pitch Lake,) Porto Rico, (San Juan,) Jamaica, (Kingston,) Cu, ba, (Santiago, Havana.) and Nassau, Duration of Trip, 23 Days, Cost $160 upward, Including stateroom accommodation and meals. For further particulars apply . HAMIHIRG-AMERICAST LINK ; -37 BROADWAT. N. T. H. E. Sweeiey, .102 Church st.: M. Zunder & Son, 249-251 State St.; H, Parish ft Co., 86 Orange St.; Bishop & Co., 186 Orange St.; H. Bussman, 7 Orange St. KEW HAVEN DENTAL PARLORS 110 Orange St, Cor. Chapel NO PAIN OASTOniA. 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