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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. SATUHDAY MAY 5 1106 TUB CAHRINGTOff PCBI.ISHISO CO, OFFICB 400 STATE) STREET. " V SEW HAVEN, COIfS. SHK OLDEST DAILY PAPER PEB LI SHED IS CONNECTICUT. DELIVERED BX CARRIERS IN THE CITY. IS CENTS A WEEK. 50 CENTS 'A MONTH. I FOR SIX MONTHS. 18 , A TEAR. THE BASES TERMS BY MAIL. BUKOUg COPIES, t CENI& THIS WEEKLY JOURNAL, Funed Thnrcdajra, Ona Dolla a IMA ADVERTISING! RATES. BltaaUona, Want. Rents, and other wall advertisements. One Cent a Word ash Insertion, Five Cents a Word tor lull week. Msplajr advertisements, per Inch, one Insertion. 1119 eaon subsequent Jnser tUm ts one week, IllOl one saontB, iet one yar. f 10. A Juryman went asleep ithe ottier day during the closing speech of one of the counsel In the case In an English court. The judge had him awakened and .Btemly rebuked him. "My lord," said the Juror, "I was under the Impression that I was sworn to give a verdict ac cording to the evidence, not according to tho speeches." The ulecmas of the University of Al Azham have decided as to the phono graph and insurance that there Is noth ing In Islamto doctrine to forbid Mos lems to listen to the phonograph, and that, If the verses of the Koran are ultably Intoned from the phonograph the listener may be Justly considered to be performing an act of worship. Fire and Insurance are, however, con demned by the sheik as a gambling transaction contrary In spirit to the teaching of the Koran. The Bureau of American Republics is to have a building of its own In Washington, la which a commercial museum will 'be established, and which will serve as a permanent headquarters for the bureau. It Is proposed to spend about 125,000, of which the United States will have to contribute about $70,000 and the South American coun tries the remainder. The South Amer icans And the bureau, with Its monthly report, a helpful agency In developing Iheir trade and have consented to pro long the life of the bureau by an ar rangement renewable at the end of ten years. Clarence Mackay and Robert Collier, officials of the Lincoln Memorial asso ciation, announce that the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln in Larue county, Kenitucky, will 'be converted into a na tional park, and that $500,000 will be spent In Improving the property. Guy Lowell, a landscape architect of Boston, is to lay out the work. There are 110 awes In the rolling tract, which is nat urally adapted for park purposes. While the park will be open to the public, and called a national park, it will not be turned over to the United States gov ernment, but will remain in the care of the Lincoln Farm association. The French do some things well. The dlvil ceremony of marriage In France Is always accompanied by a gift from the government to the wedded pair. This gift is in the form of a book which contains an official record of the marriage and blank pages for recording births, marriages and deaths. In addition to these features there is another, the most important of all. This embraces special Instructions pre pared by the Academy of Medicine, con cerning the care of young children. There are thirty-five specific Instruc tions, and they relate to the feeling and clothing of Infants and their proper safeguarding in certain emergencies, and at different periods of development, A missionary lately returned from South America says that an Indian tribe there worships Bismarck as a god. Last year the Indian tribe's crops were falling from drouth- The chief - having seen at a farmer's hut the pic ture of the Iron Chancellor, cut out from an illustrated German paper, ask ed the farmer to make him a present of the print, which request was will ingly agTeed to. Thereupon the Indians brought the picture in great procession Ito their temple, and, strange to say, a welcome rain watered the lands of the tribe. Since that time the deity of the chancellor, whom the Indians call Bim barko, Is firmly established. Billions, the trust magnate, had come toack to his native village, the little, lonely burg among the hills. The old squire was among the first to shake the returned wanderer iby the hand. "Aha, Squire," Billions jovially cried, "I thought you said I'd never be rich. Tou lost out on that prophecy, didn't you?" "I never said you wouldn't be rich," the squire retorted, "I said you'd never have any money of your own; and by crlnus, I still say so." Philadelphia Bulletin, THE HARMFUL MOSQUITO. If the mosquito Is not malevolent but Is just carrying on his life as it was ordered for him, and if he has any feel ings, he must feel sorry that he is be- coming so decidedly unpopular. He has long (been accused of distributing mala. rla, yellow fever, erysipelas and a few other pleasant things, and now Dr. W, J. Goodhue, superintendent of the leper settlement at Molokal, who . has been watching the mosquito for many years, says he spreads leprosy. Very likely. Th9 latest charge against the mosquito will be readily believed. He is so pesky that those who who have suffered from him will not be surprised to read that he spreads any thing that Is -harmful, and sardonically sings while he spreads. What a pity it Is that the mosquito can't spread good things the desire for civic betterment, for Instance. If he could only do that we would all cheerfully expose our selves to his stinging, and "next year" we would be busy and useful. MORE TESTIMOJS Y. Ida M. Taribell and Thomas W. Law son have tried to show us that the Standard Oil Company Is not a benev, olent concern, and many unprejudiced people thlnk they have succeeded. Now oome Mr. ' Garfield, Commissioner of the Bureau of Corporations in the De partment of Commerce and Labor, and Mr. Roosevelt, President of the United States, making 1 a similar effort. And many unprejudiced people will think that they too have succeeded. Verily the United States has been long-suffering with this particular octo pus. It seems to be certain that the Standard Oil Company has been profit ing greatly by rate discriminations, and that it ha?, largely by unfair or un lawful methods, crushed out home com. petition. So says the President of the United States, and so have said many others who were not so prominent, but have studied the matter. . It now looks very much as if the United States Intends to teach the Standard Oil company and other too selfish octopuses that they don't own this free country, and can't do as they please In it. If the worm really turns there will be a turning worth seeing. But "The System" will die hard. JOIVOMCE IX ENGLAND. Divorce is up for discussion In Eng land as well as dn this country. British judges are trying to do the best they can with the law as it now stands. In one case where a wife sought divorce from a husband on the ground of cruel ty, the Judge gave a public warning that one cruel act did not constitute cruelty, for such one act may be due to loss of temper of which tho husband later repented. This judge would only grant divorce for cruelty where two specific acts were proved. In another case where a wife applied for a divorce for unfaithfulness and proved desertion for two years, as provided by the stat ute, the judge, who was Sir Gorrell Barnes, president of the Divorce Court, refused the divorce on the ground that the desertion was really the wife's fault, since she had obtained a separ ation order permitting her not to live with her husband on account of his In temperance. The judge went further and , strongly criticised the. Married Woman's Act of 1895, because it enatoled women to get separation orders In the Police Courts for ill treatment and neg lect, a privilege of which they had availed themselves at the rate of 7,000 women a year. Sir Gorrell Barnes held that this privilege stimulated the bring ing of ungrounded charges against hus bands. He acknowledged that the con dition of the English divorce law was most Inequitable In that it discriminat ed between the sexes in favor of men against women, But he believed that the only remedy was to reform the whole law by enacting that the wife may secure a divorce where now she can only secure permanent separation. He believed that for the promotion of good morals the right to divorce was far better than the right to secure per manent separation. The divorce question is a big one and a growing one. Perhaps it will never be quite settled until all men and wom en have character enough to do their full duty. Then perhaps they can man age to live together. , THE IlCENtH SOCIALISTS. The French Socialists seem to know what they want, and they are not backward in the telling of It The man ifesto In which they appeal to the vot ers takes the ground that the working classes in the' manufactories, work shops and large stores are enslaved, since property, "which is the fruit of lafbor and the guarantee of Independ ence, is the privilege of a class which is using it as an Instrument of combina tion." Tills is a state of things, says the manifesto, which cannot be allow ed to continue. The proletariat out numbers its masters. The only way 1o restore dignity and liberty to all is to "make every man the proprietor of hi3 instrument of labor." Thus, and thus only, can economic and social equality be secured. The manifesto next insists that peace is necessary for the tolal emancipation of the proletariat. The time has gone by when the rich can use the poorer to carry on their wars. Un flinching hostility to militarism, an in ternational entente between the work ing classes, the political and economic organization of the proletariat into a class party, and the socialization of the means of production and exchange in other words, the establishment of a co lectivist or communist society are the main planks of the platform. The So cialist Radicals point to the brilliant achievements of the last legislature, the Separation bill, tho two years' mili tary service bill, and the suppression of Church schools, as an earnest of the reforms, such as a progressive income tax and a law on workmen's pensions which the next Chamber, if really re publican, will be able to achieve. Economic and social equality! What an idea! Ilia Own Rule. He didn't know philosophy the way some people do, He was shy on old Spinoza, 'and. on Schopenhauer, tooj . , And yet he had one rule of 'life that fitted every case I can shut my eyes and see him now in old Bill Thompson's place Sezee (i to ma: "Jest whittle away from you, my boy, and you'll never git cutted see?" The cracker throne has vanished with ine aneieni cross-roads store. And its shrewd and kindly genius But his words find subtle, echo in my puzziea orain lo-aay When I come to roads diverging and I ask myself; "Which way?" Sezee to me: "Jest whittle away from you, my boy, and you'll never git cutted see?" In this age of frenzied doings, when man a iiunur piays small part When justice, truth and mercy seem helnw Tint nrt ihn rvia... I see some mighty tower coma, sora- oiiiuRpu, io me ground, And my mind drifts back to Thomp son's and my friend's shrewd words resound Sezee tn mo "Jest whittle away from you, my boy, aim jou ii never gic cuttea see I see some gritty plugger, who has urn up irom me grind, Outstrip the reckless genius who has tfmnrarl tha H.lo r1 ...tJ , . kvi-. cum niiiu, And again I'm at the cross-roads, in .dui inompsons country store," And the genius of tho barrel gives his comment as of yore Sezee "Jest whittle away from you, my boy. uu juuu never gn cutted see? " ' Denver Republican. mm oxi rcro if r. "Father, mother wants yer." "Wha she want of me now?" "She. don't want nothing of yer, but she eavs she's goln' to give yer something. "--The Tat ler. Scrlbbles-I think I'll write a sonnet to Miss Lovey. Crlttlck Don't do it. It may turn her against vou., Scribbles I thought she liked poetry. Crittick bo she does. Philadelphia Ledger. Pearl "Helen married? Why. she told me' that she wouldn't accept the best man that walks." Ruby "Well Harry don't have to walk. He owns an automobile," Chi cago 'News. , "Our John's goln' to be a preacher. I guess," eald Farmer Itorntop, "jedgin from what his college professor sez about him."- "What's that?" asked his wife. "He sez he's Inclined to be bibu lous." Philadelphia Ledger, 'Oh, that mine enemy would write a book!" I cried. And stralihtwnv he dld-u. cook book. Philadelphia Record. Tom as Ethel shy when you etole a kiss from her? Dick Well, she was shy a kiss anyway, Boston Transcript. "M. Wltte," remarked the czar, "you have given me your resignation again, I eee." "Yes, sire." "Well, I want to remark that the string attached to It Is getting frayed." Philadelphia Ledger. "Prisoner," said the Judge, "stand up. Have you anything to say why judg ment of the court Should not now fee pronounced against you?" I d like to say, your honor," answr ed the prisoner, "that I hope you will not allow your mind -to be prejudiced against me by the poor defense my lawyer put up for me. I'll take It as a great favor If your honor will Just give me the sentence- I'd have got if I pleaded guilty in the first place.'' Chicago Tribune. A JUNE WEDDING BREAKFAST. The following menu will answer equally well for a small home wed ding in early June, or a formal lunch eon. In the former case it would un doubtedly be advisable to seat the guests at a number of small tables while on the latter occasion, unless a large party is planned for, one large table would be used. Roses, lilacs, daises and other flowers, Wild and culti vated, are Jn full ibloom in early June so that there can be a wide choice in the way of decorations. The linen should be white, the main decorations centering about the bridal table. The strawberries should be of good size and are to be served unhulled, passing small bowls - of powdered sugar with them. After the fruit course coffee, If desired, may appear and be served throughout the meal. . Strawberries Canada Eggs Plmolas Toast Sandwiches Lobster Cutlets Cream Sauce Finger Rolls Salmi of Duck with Olives Potatoes a la Parisienne Chicken Salad Cheese Straws Ice Cream Fancy Cakes Coffee This gives a menu of six courses and in giving quantities a service sufficient for ten persons is planned for, making The founda tion of one's Easter Toilet ahould be cor rect, up to date Corsets. Fitted over a pair a gown la far more satis factory. The TODD Corsets contain many original fea tures and are thoroughly up to date and are fitted to each figure the sains as a dress waist. Henrv H. Todd ELASTIC STOCKINGS. 28a Yrk S it easy to Increase the amount as many times as necessary. ' For the second course select small, firm tomatoes, one for each person, After wiping out a small piece from the stem ends of each, scoop out the seeds and soft centre and turn upside down to drain, sprinkle the inside of each with salt, pepper and chopped parsley, then carefully drop in a raw egg and arrange the tomatoes about an Inch apart In large ibuttered pans. Before placing in the hot oven dust with salt and pepper and add a small piece of J butter. The eggs will set in about eight uuuuies. rut a tomato on eacn piate and pour round it a spoonful of well seasoned brown sauce to which a few chopped mushrooms have been added, With this serve sandwiches made by toasting thin crustless slices of bread, buttering quickly and making into sandwiches with a filling of very thin ly sliced boiled ham broiled just enough to cplor. The sandwiches are served cold and mimolas with them. Open two one pound cans of lobster, turn and let stand for an hour or more. Cut the meat fine. Drain oft the liquor and add to it suffllcient milk to make a pint Cook together until mixed and buibbllng two tablespoonfuls of butter and four heaping tablespoonfuls of flour; gradually add the liquid, stirring until smooth and thick. Cook five minutes over hot water, add the lobsfer season highly with salt, cayenne, lemon juice and a few drops of onion juice; cook another five minutes, add two beaten yolks of two eggs and two tablespoonfuls of chopped parsley, stir and set aside until cold. Form - into small cutlets, lay on a floured board. When all . are made egg and crumb them and fry golden brown in deep smoking hot fat. Drain on soft Paper and stand, on end in a biscuit pan lined with heavy unglazed paper. When heeded set the pan in a hot oven Just long enough to heat through. In serv ing put a spoonful of cream sauce on each plate, lay in it a cutlet, sprinkle with a trifle of chopped parsley and pass the buttered rolls. Clean and : roast a pair of medium sized ducks; doi not stuff - them.- While still rare take from the oven and set aside. When cold cut the meat into Inch strips or pieces; ibreak the car casses, cover with a quart of water and boil slowly for two hours, seasoning entertainments Dinners, teas. Cuncfootts Sterling and electro plate CmmnwR, Candle- sticks. Candles, $pade$ Tine CElftj.;- Plates. . Cups and Saucers. CUC Gtfl$$. J J TheForiCompaBy I Manubriums m$ importers. Spring Days are KODAK days. A Kodak will keep the Spring days ever fresh in to your memory. Take one with yon on your Spring Out ing. $1 to $108. Everything Optical. THE HARVEY & LEWIS CO., OPTICIANS. 861 Chapel St., New Haven. WW Main St., Hnrtforl. 300 Mala St., Sprhmnr.ld. The Principles involved , in the construction of At imbody all that the "Twentieth Century" dea of "the best" in leatherse workmanship and shoe sense represents. 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Just before serving sprinkle them with a little chopped parsley. One large fowl will give sufficient meat to serve more than ten persons. Clean and disjoint it then cover with boiling water and simmer slowly until very tender, seasoning when half done. Lift from the liquor (which can be utilized in some way) and set aside un til cqld then remove skin and fat and cut the meat In half inch dice. At this season celery Is difficult, if not Im possible to obtain lettuce and will pro bably have to be substituted. Tare the green leaves into shreds and mix with, the meat, using equal proportions of the two. In a bowl beat Slightly the yoke of two raw eggs with a teaspooit ful of lemon Juice, a half teaspoonful of salt and a dash of cayenne. Gradually stir in olive oil until the mixture Is very thick;- thin slightly with a few drops of lemon Juice or vinegar. Alter nate the oil and acid until a pint of oil has been used and the mixture Is quite stiff and jelly-aike. Keep on ice until needed. Marinate the chicken with a French-dressing and in an hoUr add to It a part of the mayonnaise with a French dressing and In an hour add to It a part of the mayonnaise thinned with lemon juice. Use the remainder of the mayonnaise as a' garnish for the salad. CORNELIA C. BEDFORD. STRAW HAT DAYS Convention says they are weeks ahead. The Yale Campus says they are here now. Chase&Co. Shirt makers, Opposite Vandcrbilt Hall. Want Your Clnnro Pniararl without undue extravagance with reliable fabrics in pleas. ing colors. We've the goods, the prices and the practical experience you require of a Carpet Dealer. Wilton Rugs "a metropolitan showing" have them in mats, and room sizes. 1 he best values m the city. Kashmer Rugs "the original reversible brussels and the best. 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