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KEW HAVEN MORNING JGUEKAL AKD COCKIER,) WEDNESDAY, TMABCH 21; 1906.
8 Wednesday, March 21, 1900. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TO-DAY. Bonds The C. W. Scranton Co. Coffee Debate Postum Co. Cleanliness P. J. Cronan & Co. Draperies Chamberlain Co. .Est D. H. Peirott Probate Notice. Fish S. S. Adams. x-i Est. M. D. Hoppln Probate Notice. Entertainments Hyperion Theater. Fish Wra. H. WllBon & Son. For Rent Rooms 1449 Chapel St, Grape Nuts Grocers'. Notice to Contractors G. T. Hewlett. 6 OxfordB N. H. tsnoe t-o. Pickles Boston Grocery Co. Piano Sale Treat & Shepard Co. Postum Grocers'. ' Royal Baking Powder Grocers . Real Estate F. M. Ward. Suitings Gamble-Desmond CO. fcilks The Chas. Monson Co. Spring Notes Mendel & Freedman, Steamers White Star Line. Underwear Howe & Stetson Co. yinol Druggists'. WEATHER RECORD. MOROS SYMPATHIZE WITH AMERICAN ACTION (Continued from First Page.) Washington, D. C, March 20, 8 p. m. Forecast for Wednesday- Thursday For New England: Fair Wednesday, colder in north portion; Thursday fair, fresh to brisk west winds. Local Weather Report. New Haven, March 20. a. m. o. m. omnnpuhiM ilU Wind Direction. W Wind Velooity 6 Precipitation -6 Weather Cloudy Mln. lamperature f Max. Temperature.... 6 Ik M, TARR, Local Forecaster, U. S. Weather Bureau. 49 W M 10 i lear Brief Mention. High water to-day, 9:06 p. m. Everybody's Magazine for April at the Pease, Lewis company's. Dr. Jenkins gave a very Interesting and instructive lecture on pure food at the meeting of the Woman's club in ,"Waningford Monday. Mrs. Sinclair, of 188 Dixwell avenue, will hold a whist to-morrow evening for the benefit of the rectory fund of St. Mary's parish. Her friends are Invited to attend. ' Building Inspector Austin yesterday granted a permit to Frederick Geiser, a Dixwell avenue baker, for a new store front to his bakery, corner of DixweU avenue and Foote street- The addition Will cost $2,500. Borne time before daylight yesterday burglars forced an entrance into Max Goldstein's shoe store, 9 Center street, and stole five pairs of shoes. The de tective bureau Is investigating the case, but has not yet discovered any clue as to who did the job. There have been lately ordered for the Boardman school a twelve-Inch en gine lathe, a drill for the forging de partment and twelve new drawing desks and Instruments for the mechan ical drawing room A new equipment for the pottery department is contem plated. As only a small audience turned out "Wf 'Hi& concert "and lecture programme at St. John's church in observance of St. Patrick's day Monday night, owing to the storm, it has been decided to re peat the exercises at the church next Sunday evening. The lecturer will be Rev. Father Coyle, of the Society of Jesus, an eloquent pulpit orator, and brother of the pastor, Rev. John D. Coyle. The Tale baseball management has practically decided to cancel the first two games on the 'varsity schedule that with Trinity on March 28 and that with New York university on March 31. This action is necessitated by the fact that the team will have no opportunity for field practice before those games. It was stated yesterday that the mat ter of making the appointment of an assistant manager at Springside farm would not be considered until the April meeting of the board, when the civil service commissioners will be asked to call an examination of candidates for the position. The appointment will be made from those who pass. One-family fourteen-room house, in perfect condition, for sale on Whailey avenue. Easily arranged for two fam ilies. As an Investment will pay 10 per cent Price six thousand, part cash, balance on mortgage. Address Robins, P. O. Box 179, City. put a crop of rice and sweet potatoes inside the crater and had plenty of wa ter there all the year round. They said they did not want to fight and only wished to cultivate and reap their crops. A demand was made on their dattos for the guns of the ringleaders, which were surrendered, and they were told' to come down and settle below, but could cultivate their crops above ' so as not to lose all their food. They j promised to refrain from depredating ' and to prevent anybody from using the mountain as a stronghold for thieves. Major Scott says that during his ab sence last November a report was cir culated that the governor would at tack the Dajo people at daylight on November 30, and that on his return he found that they considered that a state of war was on. There were some dep- j redations, and General Wood ordered j two companies of the Nineteenth in- j fantry to Jolo. "Joakanain, the datto, was able to j prevent any further, depredations, and ! said that if he wa allowed time he : would succeed in gcttltig all the Moros , off the mountain. . j "All during the month of December j he kept them quiet, and brought in j Ahko, who was the most prominent man there. Ahko did his utmost to make the others come off the moun- j tain. The sultan and his two brothers, ' Raja Muda and Dato Attick, also Ma jarajah, Opaus and Sawajain, all influ ential Moros, went to the mountain and used their utmost endeavors. "I saw General Wood last about the 26th of December, and told him the two companiese of the Nineteenth infantry would not be needed for the present, as the Moros were being kept down by Joakanain, and the order sending them to Jolo was revoked. While the ele ments of troubles were still there (the elements of trouble are always some where, in Jolo), it was thought I could leave them as well as at any other time, and accordingly I started on leave of ! absence January 1. "The last advices by mail from Jolo were dated January 29, and, the Dajo question not being mentioned, it was supposed the Moros remained quiet, at ' least until that date. It is presumed that they got out of Joakanain's control entirely and began to depredate on oth er Moros, according to the Moro cus tom, and had to be subdued, or else it would be necessary to abandon the ef- fort to preserve law and order in Jolo. i The policy of General Wood in that : archipelago has always been to bring about peace and order as gently and with as little loss of life as possible. In every case when it has been neces sary to arrest Moros charged with ' crime, and they have gone Into their ; strongholds and called their friends and relatives about them to resist arrest, ; every possible effort, extending in some : cases over weeks and months, has been made to bring about the arrest without j bloodshed," ' Major Scott cites a number of in stances in illustration and gives the names of several chiefs who have sur rendered, after long negotiations, with, out any fighting.' These men are now 1 strongly In favor of American rule. One illustration by Major . Scott fol lows: I "Laksmana Usap failed, because an Arab from Mecca sold him charms to make him and his fort invulnerable, which he believed in. He was called upon to surrender, but answered with bullets. When the fort had been bom barded for half a day he was called upon again to surrender, and replied: "You cowardly Americans may know i what it Is to surrender, but we Moros do riot understand what it means. After he had 'been killed and two walls of the fort had been taken the survi vors put up a white flag. The soldiers, knowing well the feelings of the offl- Pi3.no Sslc Br ,. , , ,, i gifflMHgfjj BARGE SANK. Captain Swam With Wife for Half an Hour. New London, March 20. Captain Da vid D. Bush of the New England Trans portation company's barge No. 14 was this morning pronounced out of danger from pneumonia as a result of his bat tle for the life of himself and wife in the waters of Winthrop Cove when his barge filled and sank under them. His daughters in West New Brighton, S. I., have been notified and will probably make arrangements to care for the body of their mother, which is at a lo cal undertaker's. WESTVILLE RUSSIAN ARRESTED. Andrew Dorwbrowski, a young Rus sian, who lives on Bassett street, West ville, was arrested last evening on a warrant by Officers Ahem and Whil dey, charged with breach of the peace. Dombrowski is alleged to have attacked one Joseph Maliok. He was released on a bond of $75. PILES Can be Cured and We can Prove It Sample Package Free. Prove ourxeIt. It CEDARNTTES DEFEAT CEDAR ITES. The Cedarltes and the Cearnites met last night on the Osohen Ibroedel allies. The score follows: CEDARITES. Zimmerman 124110137 Hugo 164119134 Sloane 136-16S-148- Grave 110166114 Duriach 118-120-142- 6527 681 675 200S CEDARXTTES. Reochert 108145-128- Camp 133141159 Reislnger 108166-107- Stanw 155142142 Cairns 148 168-14S- 652 762 14 209R , Cairns, high roller, 464; Cairns and F. 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Here, for instance, is a sample of what a Bample did, and shows very con clusively that we are dealing in cold, hard facts and not empty assertlon-B. A person who gets a sample never fails to buy. Mr. John Byrne, of 2306 Second ave nue, New York city, writing under date of January 17, 1906, says: "I received the sample and used it right away. I got so much relief from it after twenty years' suffering that I bought a fifty cent box. She almost unbearable pain is almost gone and my fistula has al most disappeared. I had given up all hope of ever being cured. I assure you, gentlemen, I will use every effort to make any of my friends try them, as I can guarantee they are a sure cure." Pyramid Pile Cure is for sale at every druggist's for 50 cents a box, and it is cheap at ten times the price to any one who needs it. To get a free sample send your name and address to-day to the Pyramid Drug Co., 2S9 Pyramid Building, Mar hfiaaaU, Mich. I N order to make room for a large shipment of NEW Pianos, which are en route to Connecticut's Largest Piano Emporium we find it necessary to quickly move all our second-hand and slightly used stock of Pianos and Piano Players RE GARDLESS OF COST. If you contemplate the purchase of an instrument of the above character you cannot afford to miss this most remarkable opportunity. Every Upright Piano is in first-class condition and the prices for this special sale represent ONE-HALF THE REAL VALUE of the instruments. A PARTIAL LIST. New England Upright Piano, beauti fully figured walnut case, slightly used, $150 Kohler & Campbell Upright Piano, mahogany case, in first-class condition, almost new, $16(1 Hazelton Concert Grand Piano 150 Kohler & Campbell Upright Piano, just as good as new, mahogany case, $190 Howard Upright Piano, mahogany case, nearly new, $215 Emerson Upright Piano, in good con dition, $195 Hamilton Upright Piano, beautifully designed mahogany t case, slightly used, fully guaranteed $225 Ellington Upright, artistic design, ma hogany case, just as good as new, $250 Howard Upright, mahogany case, nice design, fine,tone and action, almost new, , . " : $240 J TpHE largest and best stock in this state. The finest J i and most, complete line of China, Cut Glass, J i Bric-a-Brac Dinner Sets. Tea Sets. Rich and Rare Decorated China. Everything in China Crockery and J j uiassware. ine cnoicesc ana latest patterns. A. F. WYIflE, Successor to John Bright Is Co. 821 Chapel Street 3L J). It's worth While To have an Odorless Gas Heater. They're so handy to warm the exposed corner room or the room that gets no sun. We have other Gas Heaters. Alt are easy to light, quick to heat--connections Great Bargains in Steinway Square. In first-class condition, Manhattan Square. Used only one year, Wm. Heid. Square, In good condition, Gale & Co Square, . 25 Square Pianos. Your Choice, Square Pianos. $ 90 125 as 30 $15 eajh THE NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT CO. Tel. 474. Salesroom, 93 Crown Street Piano Players and Player Pianos. 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To prevent sickness and enjoy the comforts of life you should equip your sleeping apartment or dressing chatnber with a snowy white, one-piece "ifowdatd" Porcelain Enameled Lava tory and have running hot and cold water as desired at your toueh. ' . We have samples in cur showroom and will gladly quote you prices. . mm f I la P. J. Cronan & Co. m cers, ceased firing before a command could be given, Several men were taken out, their wounds dressed Iby the surgeons and sent to their homes, thus advertising throughout the archipelago that those who surrender will be well treated and not all killed, as the? would have been If the Moros had been successful- Before this fight began and after It was believf-d, that negotiations had failed, four days were occupied sending prominent chieftains to the Xort to Induce women and children to come out. One chief, Maharajah Jagl, reported that h had taken put eighty himself. "It is not Inconcoivablo that this pol icy of humanity carried out in every case in the past two years and a half Bhould now have been changed, espe cially as Oneral Wood was there in person and no one would take moro trouble to avoid unnecessary bloodshed than he. Mount Dajo la about midway in the Island of Sulu and. Is over two thousand feet high. Upon the, top is the crater of a volcano long extinct. The mountain Is five or six miles around the base, covered with trees in most parts, and has on Its sides many landslides. As the corey of rock, after the soil !as gotten a resting place on its sides and unusual rainfalls, the wa ter is tioaked up, the soil becomes very heavy, and as the rock is so steep the earth falls, breaking down trees below like an avalanche of snow. It is very steep and difficult to climb under most favorable circumstanoes, and to climb It successfully under fire is undoubtedly a most gallant feat of arms, and unless great skill had been used many mope Uvea would have been Inst among the troops. The Moros themselves consider the top of that mountain Impregnable, as they have food and cn raiss more, and an abundant supply of water is re ported in the crater, which .makes an ideal stronghold. As that mountain and crater cannot be destroyed it will always be a menace to peace and order in Jolo unless the Moros for some su pfTstitious reason shall avoid it here. after." Mrs. William Jost of Stamford is spending a few days in Branford as the gi est of her sister, Mrs. Philip McKeon of Branford Point. BORROWED WEDDING PRESENTS. A young couple residing in North St. Louis were married recently. When the guests arrived there was a display of wedding gifts enough to maka any bride envious. Conspiclous among the offerings were a silver service and a set of Ha.viland chana. These bore the cards of two of the bride's sisters. The groom was not very well ac quainted with his new relatives, But smiled approval of their gifts and de cided that they must be both wealthy and liboral. A night or two ago the newly mar ried pair had some company and the husband suggested that they get out their silver and Haviland for the oc casion. His wife blushed and- stam mered. Finally she blurted out. "We have no silver and china. The girls only loaned those to make show and to make the others mad. They took them homo next day." St. Louis Globe-Democrat. WOMEN'S AUXILIARY TO THE T. M. C. A. The regular monthly meeting of the Women's auxiliary was held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. William G. Lotze led the devotional service at which time there was special music. The usual business meeting followed. HORTICULTURISTS MEET. Van Orden-La Grecque Corsets. From New York. Give the correct, well balanced poise, that distinguishes the per fectly dressed woman. $2.50 to $!2 and more. Reduction Belts, Reducing Waist, Hips and Abdomen, 10 to 26 pounds, $3.00. MISS RICHMOND. WARNER HALL, 1044 Chanel St. Hours 1 to 6 p.m. Tel. 2645-3. Large Number Listen to Interesting Paper by H. Cliff. A meeting of the New Haven Horti cultural society was held in their hall in th Courier building, 400 State strast, last night, with the largest at tendance this year. The chief feature of the evening was two papers read, one by Mr. H'tnry Cliff, gardener to Mr, O. G. Jennings, of Fairfield, Conn., on Carnation Culture, which was very much enjoyed. He also exhibited about seventy-five new seedling carna tions, which were very fine indeed, all his own raising. He was awarded cer tificates of merit for the paper on Cut Flowers. He started with giving some early history of the retail florist stores, ating 'back eeventy-five (years, rtr-icirig the growth of the trade to the present day. The society adjourned to a smoker, which was thoroughly enjoyed by all. As usual, Mr. Ralph Booth, the clever comedian and comic singer and face contortionist, kept the members in constant laughter. The smoker broke up with all singing Auld Lang Syne, all stating that it was thfj pleasantept evening ever spent. !-30th of the entire Quinine production of the World is consumed every yeaf mJSr. of Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets M "Cure Cold In One Day." E. W. QROVE'S signature on box. 25c New Victor March Records Are in stocK and a choice selection of the Grand Opera Red Seal Records by Melba, Caruso and other famous artists. Give us a call. We'll try andplease you with Records and TalKing Ma chines. John . Bassett There is Nothing Like McCUSKER 3 SCHROEDER'S BEST COAL FOR CASH.; $6.50 Per Ton. 26 Church St.1 5 Railroad Are Great Manufacturer's Sale STEINERTONE PIANOS First in Brilliant Tonal Qualities, Marvellous Action and Construction. Sold only st factory wareroome, 106 park streat, i New Haven, saving purchaser heavy expense necessarily addad Q. by other concerns for extravagant salesrooms on main thor ny oughfares. LOWEST PRICES. FINEST INSTRUMENTS. 1 ESS 5 CHURCH ST. Store Open Evening;. "Connecticut. Greatest Pish Market, Are We Geilin Your Order? If not, we want to emphasize fbt faot that' we are blading for It strongrly with the largest, finest and freshest, line of fish and sea food In Connecticut at the lowest possible prices. 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