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KEW HAVEN MOBNING JOURNAL AND COUBIER. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23, 1906
A distinguishing feature of the Trust Co. is the practice of sharing with depositors the profits of the business. We pay interest on checking accounts. 4 nee cent. Interest paid la one Savins Department.. Open Dolly and Saturday Evening, 7 to 8i3U. TRIED TO KILL PARENTS. DESPERATE TIME WITH YOUNG MAN WHO WEST INSANE. Now In ; Hartford Retreat Was n Prominent Football Player In New Haven. . Chester, Feb, 22. After threatening the lives of his parent and actually making an attack upon them, throwing the neighborhood In a panic, and fin ally being tied to a bed and being garded for a day and a night, Harold D. Selden, twenty-three -years of age, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Selden, was on Tuesday lodged in the retreat for insane at Hartford. He was taken to the institution by his father, and a relative from Hartford. Young Selden has been employed in New Haven of late. He has ibeen look' ed upon as a bright capable young man. About two weeks ago his parents received word that he waS ill, and phy sicians advised that he be taken home. It was thought that he was suffering from nervous prostration. Mrs. fiel ded went to New Haven and brought the young man home at once. It was noticed that he had acted queerly for some time, but no significance was at' atched to It. He is a thick set, husky fellow, and was a formidable football player on the .Boardman Manual Tram ing school team in New Haven when he was a student at that institution. The Selden family live In that por tion of the town known as the Middle district. About 12 . o'clock Monday night, young Selden suddenly attacked his mother when she was in his rooms, shouting, "I'll kill you!" He grasped her by the throat, and but for the time ly arrival of Mr. Selden it Is possible that 'the result might have been a hom icide.' The father managed to break the crazy boy's hold on his mother's throat, and then the son turned on him with the cry: "I'll kill you too, Pop!" Mr. Selden, threw him to the floor after a hard struggle and held him. In the meantime the mother, almost bselde herself with grief and terroh, summoned help, and the young man was overpowered and taken to the re treat. Much sympathy Is expressed for Mr. and Mrs. Selden. The family is among the most prominent in the town. It is believed that the attack of insanity which the son is experi encing will bo only temporary. ' CHAINED TO A CORPSE. Doleful Punishment of the Ancient Duplicated In Our Modern l.lfe. The Romans used to punish a mur derer by chaining to his body the corpse of his victim. Wherever he went he dragged behind him the debris of his crime, the sleazy cadaver, revolting thing that was once a man. Every 'day you see people dragging around with them the corpse of their sins. They can't get away from them. And many of them have become so in v tlmate with these corpses that tiiey be come corpses themselves. The misery of these poor unfortunates has become constitutional -with them. It fits them like an old shoe. They have become ac customed to it- And there are thousands of humans who are walking the earth to-day with corpses attached to them dyspeptic stomachs they can't get fid of. They have got to get along the best they can with the stomachs they have. And the owners of said dyspeptic stomachs are to be found in every walk of life, suffer ing from some form of indigestion, first cousin to dyspepsia. They wear that forlorn appearance, their energy Is at zero, nothing inter ests them, and they Interest no one, their faces are shrunk, their nerves are wilted and their shoulders sag. Are you one of the myriads who dandle and gratify their palates, at the sacrlfle of their stomachs? Are you one of those who allow their senses to run riot, eat ing too much, drinking too much, eat ing at the wrong time, eating the half cooked, the queer and the impossible? Are you bloated after eating, and im agine .that it is your food that fills you? Do you have nausea when you look up on this or that, rebel at one thing and be hungry for it, too, at the same time? And have you got a whole lot of other things the matter with your stomach that you know about but nobody else ! does, and can't explain? If so, youi have dyspepsia, real dyspepsia. And the chances are you have had it a long time. Tour stomach is overworked, abused, fagged out- The gastric and digestive Juices are weak, the muscles of the stomach are jaded, and the whole busl. ness needs new life. It needs something which will take hold of the food as it comes in and do the digesting and let your stomach take a rest. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do that very thing. They contain a most pow erful ingredient which helps the stom ach in the process of digestion, cures dyspepsia, sour stomach, indigestion, beart-'bum, eructations, acidity or fer mentation. They invigorate the stom ach, Increase the flow of gastric Juice, tnd do twMhirds of what the stomach would have to do without them. That gives the stomach some rest, and a chance to get right again. Tou will feel the change first in your mind and heart and then over your whole body. You'll feel rosy and sweet. That's the object. You can get these effective little tablets almost anywhere on earth for 50c a package. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the name. ENTERTAINMENTS. Poll' New Theater. The souvenir post card albums will be given to the ladies at the matinee this afternoon. Berzae's mule, pronounced unrldable, is still the big drawing card at this theater. JOSEPHINE COHAN COMING. Miss Josephine Cohan, who headlines at Polyi's next week, has long been famous as a comic opera star. She has been on the stage since.childhood, being one of the great Cohan family, sister of George M. Cohan of "Little Johnnie Jones" fame. When the four Cohans separated she became leading lady with the Rogers Brothers, with whom she appeared here last spring. Besides being an actress of clean-cut, eisy methods, she is a winsome, wom anly woman, has a sweet voice and is a splendid dancer. Her dance in the sec ond act of "The Rogers Brothers in Paris'" and her "Society" song were proclaimed everywhere as the two hits of that show. Bljon Theater. The stock company at the Bijou thea ter is making a hit in their presenta tion of the beautiful pastoral drama "The Minister's Son," this week. It is a play that appeals to all classes, and is thoroughly enjoyed by the patrons or this cozy theater. Next week the com pany will appear in a more serious drama, "Under Two Fags," a dramati zation of Oulda's great novel of the same title. Matinees are given dally. Ladies, ten cents. To-day matinee aou venir plwtos of one of the members of this popular company will be presented to all who attend. PRINCETON'S SCHEDULE. With the advancing season rumors of taseball begin to fill the air. All those leagues and college nines which have not already done so are busy on their schedules. Princeton published her schedule for 1906 yesterday. It shows the usual number of games. The sea son begins on Saturday, March 24, with New York university at Princeton, and closes with the Yale game in New York, in case of a tie thirty-two games in all. The complete schedule is as fol lows: Saturday, March 24 New York uni versity at Princeton. Wednesday, March 28 Urslmus at Princeton. . . Saturday, March 31 Trinity at Princeton. Wednesday, April 4 Dickinson at Princeton. Saturday, April 7 Fordham at Princeton. Tuesday, April 10 Boston National league at Princeton. , Wednesday, April 11 Annapolis at Annapolis. Thursday, April 12 University of Virginia at Charlottesville. Friday, April 13 Washington Ameri can league at Washington Saturday, April 14 Georgetown at Washington. Monday, April 16 Georgetown at Washington. Wednesday, April 18 Lafayette at Princeton. Saturday, April 21 Cornell at Ithaca. Wednesday, April 25 Wesleyan at Princeton. Friday, April 27 Exeter at Exeter. Saturday, April 28 Brown at Provi dence. Wednesday, May 2 Brown at Provi dence, . Saturday, May 5 Pennsylvania at Philadelphia. Wednesday, May 8 Amherst at Princeton. Saturday, May 12 Cornell at Prince ton. Monday, May 14 Lawrenceville at Lawrenceville. Wednesday, May 16 Georgetown at Princeton. Friday, May 18 Andover at Andover. Saturday, May 19 Harvard at Cam bridge. Wednesday, May 23 Dartmouth at Princeton. Saturday, May 26 Harvard at May 30 Penn State at Princeton. Saturday, June 2 Yale at New Ha ven. , Wednesday, June 6 Williams at Princeton. Saturday, June 9 Yale at Princeton. Wednesday, June 13 Pennsylvania at Princeton. Saturday, June 16 Yale at New York (In case of tie). YALE LAW SCHOOL. Frederick Trevor Hill's Lecture. The faculty of the Yale law school announces a series of lectures by Fred crick Trevor Hill of New York city on "Lincoln aa a Lawyer," this evening and Friday evening, March 2, at 8 p. m. in Hendrle hall- NEW HAVEN ORPHAN ASYLUM. The monthly meeting of the managers will be held at the asylum, 610 Elm street on Thursday morning of next week, March 1, at 10:15 o'clock. A Scotch bailie, recently advanced to the foench, had a criminal placed before him accused of some very modest vio lation of the law. Of course, the bailie knew the prisoner well. He heard the charge stated. . . . "John, man, I'm sorry to see you here. We'll just fine you half a crown." The clerk here intervened. "But the charge is not yet proved; we have not heard the evidence." Then the benignant bailie: "Ah, well, John, my man, as the charge is not proved we'll just fine you an eighteenpence." Tit-Bits. STOCK MARKET FEATURES PRICES FIRM ON THE EUROPEAN EXCHANGES. Our Home Market Closed Banfc of England Weaker Wall Street F,x pect Harrlman to Win His Illinois Central Fight. AH home markets were closed yester day on account of the holiday. Trading on all the European bourses was quiet, and prices film. The London and continental markets yesterday were firmer, reflecting the ex pectation of a satisfactory outcome of the Moroccan dispute. The Bank of England reported yester day an increase for the week in gold coin and bullion holdings of 1,907,627. Proportion of reserve to liabilities is now 44-67 per cent., against 45.92 last week, 46.14 February 8, and 42.52 Feb ruary 1, The highest percentage thus far In 1906 was 46.14 In the week ending February 8; the lowest 29-87 on January 4 th. . The Bank of France gains $2,865,000 in gold, and loans have decreased ?6, 435,000. Call money in London yesterday was at 4 per cent; short bills 3 13-16 per cent.; three months' bills 3 7 if per cent. The Bank of England's minimum dis count rate was left unchanged yester day at 4 per cent., the rate established September 28. At this date in 1901 the rate was reduced 1-2 per cent. Regarding the statements published yesterday to the effect that the Harri-man-Standard Oil .interests In Illinois Central had openly started a campaign b force Stuyvesant Fish out of the presidency of tha$ company, it was pointed out In well-informed quarters that early In February Union Pacific Interests admitted that there had been an accumulation of Illinois Central stock by E. H. Harrlman and his asso ciates. It was Intimated at the time that a change in the management of t Illinois Central might follow. Tit Harriman-Standard Oil interests in Illinois Central failed to elect a suc cessory to the late W. Morton Grlnnell at the meeting of the board of direc tors on Wednesday for the reason that President Fish had anticipated an Un friendly movement. The election of a new director was postponed. Wall street, however, expects Fish to lose and that Harrlman will force him out of Illinois Central. Mr. Fish has held the presidency of Illinois Central for many years. SOPHS HOLD THE FENCE. This Year's Freshman Class Lacking In Aggressiveness. The only observance of Washington's birthday at Yale was the annual battle between the freshman and sophomore classes for the sophomore fence, which is usually preceded by a snowballing contest. .There was some snow on the campus and this was found to be use ful, and the tall hats of the sophomores were well battered before the fight end ed. But the sophomores, for the first time in. ten years, held the fence through lack of aggressiveness on the part of the freshmen. The latter class this year, while achieving considerable notoriety through disorder In and about the dor mitories, has failed to uphold its tradi tions. On the night before college open ed the freshmen failed to materialize for the usual scrimmages. 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