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KEW HAVEN MORNING JOUBML JSD COUBIEB. WEDNESDAY MAHCn 28; 1906. Wednesday, March 28, 1006. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TO-DAT. 'Auction Sale R. B. Mallory. 5 Cutlcura Druggists'. City Notice Special Committee. 6 Exhibition Gamble-Desmond Co. 6 Entertainments Hyperion. 7 For Rent House N. S. Blatchley. 6 Fish, Eggs, Butter S. S. Adams. 2 Flour Boston Grocery Co. 2 Free Sweezey & Kelsey. 6 Grape-Nuts Grocers'. 3 Loans Lomas & Nettleton. Oxfords or Pumps N. H. Shoe Co. 2 Opening Tho Chas. Monson Co. 5 Postum Grocers'. 1 Pinkharn's Compound Druggists'. 8 Sea Food Wm. H. Wilson & Son. 8 Stuart's Tablets Druggists'. 8 Steamship Tickets Bishop & Co. 5 Vinol Druggists'. 3 Wash Goods Howe & Stetson Co. 2 Wanted Blacksmith Cunningham. 6 Wanted Blacksmith 87 Greene St. 6 Wanted Girl 381 Beach Street. 5 Wanted Cook 271 Whitney Ave. 6 Wanted Bookkeeper P. O. Box 407. 6 Wanted Cook 254 Bradley Street. . B Wanted Help Bradstreet System. 6 NEWNAN WILL IN. "4k WEATHER RECORD. ' Washington, D. C, March 27, 8 p. m. Forecast for Wednesday-Thursday For New England and Eastern-New York: Fair and colder Wednesday; Thursday fair, fresh west winds. l.ocnl Wontlier Report. New Haven, March 27. a. m. D. m. TemDeruture U 46 Wind Direction 8 SW Wind Velocity , 15 6 Precipitation 4 .09 Weather ..... Fogfy Foggy Win. Temoerature n Max. Temperature.... oi I M. TARR, Local Forecaster, U. S. Weather Bureau. Brief Mention. i High water to-day, 12:56 a. in. , Opening at B. Rogowski's Wednesday fend Thursday, March 28 and 29. Two new fire alarm boxes were in stalled yesterday. One at Crown and Park streets) No. 641 and one at Avon and Foster streets, No. 536. News by catle of the safe arrival of Charles Eliot, wife and daughters at Jamaica, W. I., was received on Fri day. Steamer only one day late. Mrs. Fred Lane held a benefit whilst at her residence, 31 Summer street, last night In aid of the rectory fund of St. Mary's church. There was a large at tendance. Applicants for the examination for railway mall clerk tiave only this week In which to send their papers to the secretary of the second civil service district in New Tork. Application Iblanka can be hard at the postiofflce. Generally forty or fifty apply. The. two coal barges, with about 1,000 tons of coal, sunk pff the west break water last week, still remain. The weather has 'been too rough for raising the craft, but it 13 hoped that the at tempt will be undertaken in a few days. The members of the Union League cluib are invited to meet informally the Hon. Josiah Qulncy, former mayor of the city of Boston, who will be at the . . - . -1 . I ... A.9n nftn flUiWU.anesaa,y evening a.i j. " his address at Hendrle hall upon "Mu nicipal Government." The train dispatchers all over the New Haven system, through their com mittee, have held several meetings per fecting a plan to submit to the rallrad management looking to an Increase of Wages. EATEN OUT OF HOUSE AND HOME. LEAVES SMALL BEQUESTS TO CHARITABLE OB. OA N1ZA TIOHS. How a Confirmed Dypept!o Developed an Appetite Like a Corn-lmsker'a , and Cleaned Out Everything ' In Sight. The wife of a leading druggist of Des Moines tells how her brother was changed from a dyspeptic without ap petite to a prodigious eater. "My brother, who is a lawyer in Chi cago, came to visit me, and I hardly knew him on his arrival, he was so thin and run down. I had not seen him for years and was much alarmed at his ap pearance. He told me not to worry, as he had been In this condition for years as a result of chronic dyspepsia. I ask ed him what he had done for It, and he said he had done everything taken every remedy he had ever heard of and consulted doctors without number; none of them helped him. I asked him if he ever took Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, and he said he hadn't, and, what was more, he wouldn't. He had sworn off taking medicine of any kind. "I had my husband bring home a box from the store and I actually made him take one or two of the tablets after he had eaten. They made him feel so much better that he offered no further objec tion. He had not taken the one box be fore he was greatly improved and three or four boxes cured him of dyspepsia and gave him a wonderful appetite. He came near eating us out of house and home, My, but it did me good to sea him eat. He gained fifteen pounds be fore he returned home, and he writes me that he has not been troubled with dyspepsia since." Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets actually Co the work assigned to them. They relieve weak and overburdened stom achs of their work of digestive action. Their component parts are identical with those of the digestive fluids and secretions of the stomach, and they simply take up the grind and carry on the work just the same as a good, strong, healthy stomach would do It. On this account Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are perfectly natural in their action and effects. They do not cause any unnatural or violent disturbance in the stomach or bowels. They them selves digest the food and supply the system with all the nourishment con tained In what is eaten and carry out Nature's plans for the sustenance and maintenance of the body. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, by thus relieving the stomach of Its work, ena ble It to recuperate and regain its nor mal health and strength. Nature re pairs the worn and wasted tissues, just as she heals ana Knits me Done oi a broken limb, which is, of course, not used during the process of repair. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are for sale by all druggists at 50 cents a box. One box will frequently effect a perfect Rest for Hla Family Distributed Much of His E-itate Before His Death. In connection with the filing of the will of the late Isaac Newman, corset manufacturer, in the probate court yes terday, it may be stated that his estate will be much smaller than expected be cause of the fact that during the past few years Mr. Newman had distributed a great deal of his property among the members of his immediate family. Mr. Newman was formerly a large in vestor in real estate, but at the time of his death held no real estate in the city, he having disposed of it in his family. Attorney Kleiner presented the will In court yesterday. Except for $1,000 which is given for charitable purposes, all the property is left to members of the fam ily. The $1,000 Is divided equally among the following: Hebrew Benevolent so ciety, Sunday school association of the Temple Mlshkan Israel, New Haven Orphan asylum and St. Francis' Orphan asylum. Abraham L. Newman and Jacob J. Newman, sons of the deceased, are named as executors of the will. The home of Mr. Newman, 33 Park street, stands in the name of his widow, Mrs. Pauline Newman. A valuation of $64, 870 is placed on the corset works, locat ed in Oak street. The will was recently drawn. , The Man With a Scowl on his face this time of year is frequently a man with a heavy cough or cold. Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar cures these ills quickly. Sold by all druggists. Pike's Toothache Drops Cure In One Minute. IOW KATES TO CAZTFORXIA. From February 14 to April 6, inclu sive, , the Lehigh Valley railroad will sell tickets, New York to San Francis co, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle and all other important points on the Paci fic ccast, at rate $50. . Berths In sleeper, accommodating two persons, $9. Choice of routes. Full particulars by address ing , A. J. Simmons, Q. K. P. A,, 35S Broadway, New York. STAMFORD MAN DROPS DEAD. Stamford, March 27. David R. Han ford, who was employed by Sperry & Treat, vontractors of New Haven, drop ped dead to-day while he was working on the new Improvements in Swift & Co-'s building here. Hanford lived in Stamford, was forty years old and leaves a family. He was a carpenter and was carrying timiber to the second floor when he fell over dead, apoplexy being the causee. . . IMPROVEMENT AGITATION WEST HAVEN. IN Warden Peck Has Called Town Meeting for Friday In Response to Various Pe titions. There has 'been considerable agitation among the West Haven citizens of late for various Improvements about the village. The latest petition desires that the lower ends of Washington avenue and Savin avenue he opened up for the benefit of residents there and whoever may chance to travel to tho shore. The Village Improvement society has for mulated a petition In which they ask that the swamp hole near the Mathu- shek piano works be cleaned up and made into a park and lake. Consequently there has been a notice posted by Warden James H. Peck call lng a special town meeting for next Friday evening, and It is expected that there will ibe a good sized crowd on hand to show why these matters should be takeup and carried through. FARMER TRIES TO KILL HIMSELF Moosup, March 27. Frank St. Silver, a farmer of this place, aged thirty-two, tried to kill himself Inst night by cut ting his throat from eart to ear. He was discovered by Constavle BHv en, who took him to the town hall. His wounds were dressed and he was taken to the hospital in Noiwlch. He may recover. He was temporarily insane, NEW TELEPHONE, STOCK. To Be Issued at 120 to the Stockholders. The board of directors bf the South ern Ney England Telephone company has voted to issue $300,000 more of stock at 120 to stockholders at the rate of one new share for every ten now held by stockholders. -The vote Is: "The treasurer of the Southern New England Telephone com pany be and hereby Is authorized and instructed to offer to stockholders of date of April 1st subscription in farm of 1 for 10 of their holdings at' that date 5,000 shares of capital stock of this company under the following condi tions: : ' "First The price to foe paid $120 a stiare. . "Second: Subscriptions will be receiv ed at any time prior to i p. m., May 1, 1906. "Third: Payments In two installments as follows, $60 per share on or before June 1, 1906, and $60 per share on or before August 1, 1906, from the date of the payment to August 1. "Fifth: The new stock will participate In the October 15 dividend. ... "Sixth: The company will not deal In fractions of shares tout will deal in any proper assignment of rights." A circular is being prepared which la to be mailed to the stockholders. Tills is the first time the Southern New England company has offered stock to tho stockholders above par of $100. When it was announced some time ago that such would be the con ditions under which the new stock would be issued, there was some, talk among stockholders that it was unfair. The stock is worth on the market $148. BOSTON GROCERY. Noted Store Changes Hands Sold Iby N. A. Fullerton. N. A. Fullerton, who for years had so successfully carried on. the Boston Grocery store, Chapel ..corner Temple streets, has sold his business to F. J. Markle and S. S. Adams. The, new firm will take possession April 2. Mr. Full erton will retain his uptown stor, Chapel and Howe streets. For the past few years Mr. Fullerton's health has not been very good and for that reason he decided to dispose of his down town storet Mr. Fullerton, who owns a house on First avenue, West Haven, has resided there for the past two years. Mr. Fullerton Is a veteran among the merchants of ttils city. Twenty eight years ago he opened up a grocery store in partnership with Mr. Bradbury In the Glebe building, on the Chapel street side, and later moved Into the old Park house, which stood where the Malley store Is now located. Ho moved into his present headquarters about fif teen years ago, conducting the business on his own account until some three or four years ago when the stock company was formed. The chorus of the concert to be given under the auspices of the Mrs. Haesche circle, met last evening In the basement of St. Mary's church at 7:30- Prof. Haesche will be there for rehearsal. haaiiiimiiiiiiiiir fc- -jwfltai, - ..... .... ' - :'. ''!' 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THE WAYFARER. 1 I never had a piano; I always wanted one, v . But Pa was not' a wealthy man, eo he bought a melodeon. It was a large one, better than any other round; And as we lived on the hilltop afar could ibe heard the sound. I isarned to play It as well as any one else could play, And even played in Sunday school when the regular performer was away. "We loved ito sing together, Pa and Ma and brother, Evenings after supper one song after another, . Lilly Dale, and Strike the Symbol and Woodman Spare That Tree, The Old Oaken Bucket, Tenting To night and Dearest Spot on Earth to Me. Pa had a real nice tenor voice, he al ways sung in the choir, And Ma could carry the air as high as the music did aspire, Brother sung too, and so did I, so we carried all the parts, And sung as loud as we wanted to when Joy was in our hearts. Pa was very kind hearted and never would turn away The poor from his door, for he said ''I may be hungry some day." So we always fed the wayfarers and sent them on refreshed, Though Ma said when we fed one tramp she thought he told the next, For they kept a coming three or four a day, But we always had bread and meat and pie, so no one went hungry away. ' One sunny autumn afternoon I was in " the house alone. Even the cat and dog away to the fields had flown; And feeling lonesome I opened my dear melodeon, And .began to sing from Gospel Hymns in a clear and Joyous tone. . I sung and sung and only stopped when I heard a knock at the door, And there stood a very nice looking young man I never had seen be fore. He told me his name, spoke of parents and home and why he was on the road, And said that the sound of my voice had drawn him to my abode; . He said he was a near relation to the president of Yale, And told me all his misfortunes; U was a sorrowful tale, And would I give him a morsel to eat, if I would be so kind My charity and my lovely voice t.oulil never pass from his mind. I set the kitchen table with food enough for three, ,.' And made fresh coffee, for that young man was so polite to mo, . . . His language was so beautiful, his ton so sweet and sad, I thought he might be a prince In dls- guise; I knew he could not be Ibad. Ho sat him down and began to eat in a mournful, weary way; Then paused and said "Sweet Maiden, will you not go and play? Sing me the songs my mother sung to the little lad on her knee When I was as fair and blooming and innocent as thee. Sing me the songs' of Home, of the hap py days of -youth, When my thoughts" were free from guile, knowing only love and itruth. Sing to my heart; let me dream I hear my angel mother's voice Calling to her poor wandering boy; it will make my soul rejoice." He wiped away his tears; I was crying too; So back to my melodeon in great haste . I flew; I sung and sung; whenever I stopped I would hear his voice Saying, "iSIng on, Sweet Bird, you make my sad heart rejoice.'' So I sang for a half an hour, maybe a little more. And I did not hear him go so still he closed the door. H left a note on the table, "I thank you for all your cheer, Your songs, lyour pic, good bye, good bye, I may never return here; ' I cannot look again upon your lovely face Until I have truly reformed and lifted myself from disgrace. If we never meet again, sometimes for a wanderer pray; I shall hold your Image deep in my heart for all you have done this day." I read and read and cried till tho note was sopping wet, And among my choicest treasures that poem to hidden yet. That night when the folks got back we found to our surprise That Pa's gold-bowed specs were gone and three green apple pies; Fifty cents that belonged to Bub, a ham Ibone, a loaf of cake, Four ellver spoons, the coffee pot and a slice of cold beefsteak, One of Pa's shirts that Ma left out to sew a button on, Two pairs of socks, some crullers and a telescope bag were gone, And never were found; some one must have slipped in, after he went a way ; I know he could not be a thief, the nice -man I sung to ithat day. MYRTLE MAY. I. Women Obtain Mrs. Pinkham's Advice and Help. She Has Golded Thousand, to Health. -, How Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com pound Cured Mrs. Alice Berryhill. th ointmi eoipiv. tt hurray ithcet, new Tom emr. LADIES' SOCIABLE. The ladles' aid society of the First Presbyterian church will hold 'its regu lar monthly sociable this evening. Sup per will be served at 6; 30- There will be a table of useful articles, consisting of home made quilts and fancy work for sale at this time. All friends are cordially invited to ibe present. The ladies are hoping to receive substantial aid for their 'building fund from the supper and sale. ' They will also provide an evening of social enjoyment for all who attend as a good programme ftas been arranged. ROLLIN PHILLIPS COMING. President Moorhead, of the Yale Civic Government club, has received word from Rollin Phillips that the latter has accepted the Invitation to address the Yale club soon. The exact date is not yet settled, but the talk will be given in a few weeks. Mr. Phillips has been editor of Harper's Weekly till recently, when he resigned to accept a position with the National Civic Federation. He J will discuss some features of civic betterment. It is a pre at satisfaction for a woman to feel that she oan write to another telling her the most pri vate and confiden tial details about her illness, and know that her let ter will be seen by a woman only. Many thousands of oases of female diseases come be fore Mrs, Pinkhara every year, some personally, others by mail. Mrs. Pink narn is the daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-five years under her direction and since her de cease she has been advising sick women free of charge. Mrs. Pinkham never violates the con fidence of women, and every testimon ial letter published is done so with the written consent or request of the writer, in order that other sick women may be benefited as she has been, Mrs. Alice 'Berryhill, of 313 Boyce Street, Chattanooga, Tenn., writes : Dear Mrs. Pinkham: " Throe years ago life looked dark to me. I had ulceration and inflammation of the female organs and was in a serious condition. " My health was completely broken down and the doctor told me that if I was not op erated upon I would die within six months. I told him I would have no operation but would try Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. He tried to influence me against it but I sent for the medicine that same day and bejan to use it faithfully. Within five days I felt relief but was not entirely cured until I used it for some time. " Your medicine is certainly fins. I have induced several friends and neighbors to take it and I know more than a dozen who had female troubles and who to-day are as well and strong as I am from using your Vege table Compound." Just as surely as Mrs. Berryhill was cured, will Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound cure every woman suffering from any form of female ills. If you are sick write Mrs. Pinkhara for advice. It is free and always help, ful. - - New Goods For Spring Trade. Successor to John Bright & Co. 821 Chapel Street. $ Dinner Ware, Toilet Goods, full line of Easter Offerings, Cut Glass, Bric-a-Brac, Egg Cups, Fancy -Plates (single or by the dozen), Ctfocolate Pots, Chocolate Sets, etc., etc. The choicest, largest and best stock in this state. , A. R WYLIB, I 1 " 1 -bimmim, mi snjoy the , Yf U CLEANLINESS a necessity to perfect Health and an essential element of Happiness. To prevent sickness and i comfom.of life you should equip, your -sleeping apartment or dressing chamber with a snowy white., one-piece "ta(lar4" Porcelain Enameled Lava tory and have running hot and cold water as desired at your touch. We have samples in oor showroom and will gladly quote you prices. P. J. Cronan & Co. I There is Nothing Like McCUSKER SCHROEDER'S BEST COAL FOR CASH; $6.50 Per Ton. 26 Church St: 5 Railroad Are OLIVET BAPTISTS CALL PASTOR. Rev. Dr., Ford, Who Has Been Filling Pulpit for Six Months, Chosen. ; Rev. ;Dr, Ford has Just received a unanimous call to the pastorate of the Olivet Baptist church on Dixwell avenue.- He h&3 been supplying the pul pit of the Olivet church for the past six months, and in that time has bap tized about twenty persons and hab re ceived into membership a number by letter. , .". ' "New Hoven' Greatest Fish Market" Buy Your Fish Early. Come Where They're Freshest. PROFESSOR If U. UULUJITillll will give Free Ad vice to Ladies and Gentlemen and demonstrate the beauties of PHYSICAL CULTURE 1 ' ' WEDNESDAY Roe Shad, Buck Shad, Cut Shad, Haddock, Halibut, Baking Clams, Flounders, Cod, Eta Full line of Choice Sea Food. Wm, II, Wilson & Son, 24 Congress Avenue. Two'Phonf. Two 'Fhonea. Van Orden-La Grecque Corsets. From New York. Give the correct, well balanced poiae, that distinguishes the per fectly dressed woman. $2.50 to $12 and more. Reduction Belts, Reducing Waist, Hips and Abdomen, 10 to 25 pounds, H 00. MISS RICHMOND. WARNER HALL, 1044 Chapel St. Hours 1 to 6 p.m. Tel. 2945-3. -m fa whose developments are maintained by the use of the famous WHITELY EXERCISER. Call afternoons and evenings get free advice take exercise. A sure road to good health. JOHN E. BASSETT, 5 Church Street. 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. All are easy to light, quick to heat-connections free. THE NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT CO; Tel. 474. . Salesroom, 93 Crown Street. The Chatfleia Paper Co. J Most Complete Line of Paper and Twine in State. .tai.i.Bus'Wi Steinertone Piano Recital. Brilliant Hearing next Thursday Evening, March 29th, at Harmonie Hall. MILO DEYO, Pianist. Ticket Cmpl!mentnry. Apply at STEIVERTOXB COMPANY, 106 Park Street, or Goodman's, 820 Chaprl Stree t, or at the door on CYenlng ol Concert. Public cordially Invited.