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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17 1906
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TO-DAY. Brookflelci Flannels Chose & Co. i Chafing Dish The J. E. Bassett & Co. Delineator The Howe & Stetson Co. Financial F. S. Butterworth & Co. Lace Curtains Howe & Stetson Co. Notice Bureau of Compensation. Notice Mutual Lite Insurance Co. Plaid Silks The Chas. Monson Co. Pryamld Pile Cure Druggists'. Postum Grocers'. Pianos The Treat & Shepard Co. Stuart's Tablets Druggists'. Special Meeting Security Ins. Co. Steamers French Line. Suits Hamilton & Co. Sweet Potatoes S. S. Adams. Stores For Rent 30 Church Street. Undergarments Gamble-Desmond Co, Wanted Situation R. M.. this office. Wanted Situation 30 Frank Street. Wanted Situation 252 Wallace St. Women's Boots N. H. Shoe Co. LATEST PAIR HAVEN NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST XROM ACROSS THE RIVER, WEATHER RECORD. Washington, D. C, Oct. 16, 8 p. m. Forecast for Wednesday-Thursday For New England: Fair Wednesday and Thursday; fresh northeast winds, brisk off the south coast. For Eastern New York: Fair Wednes day and Thursday; fresh northeast winds. Local Weather Report. New Haven, October 16. a. m. p. m. 'Xemperature 5J Wind Direction JE Wind Velooity jTreclpllatloii Weather liln. Temperature.. juax. xemperature., 00 MS 10 .Hi dear IS nit Pt Cloudy 71 L, M. TARR. Local Forecaster, U. S. Weather Bureau. I Brief Mention. High wator to-3:iv, 10:28 p. m. fWork on the $50,000 sewer overflow contract on lower State street was be gun by the New Haven Rigging com. pany yesterday. The whole contract is held by Captain Lawrence O'Brien, who . sub-let the preliminary work to the rig ging company. Edwin S. Thomas, nominee for judge of probate Dy the democratic party, has Invited the chairman of each town committee and probate delegates to dine with, him at the Oneco hotel to day, when he will deliver his speech of acceptance and Intends to meet the Is sues brought by Judge Studley. After an Investigation Coroner Mix has decided that the death of John JRoscowicz, the eighteen-year old Polish youth who was found lying on the floor of the kitchen In a house occupied by a Polish family in Branford, was due to natural causes. Nine men who had been held on suspicion were released. Pitcher "West, who was with the New Haven team part of last season, has been sold to the New York Nationals for $2,000, according to Manager Dana- her. Mr. Danaher further states that he expects to close a deal with Buck Freeman, of the Boston Americans, for the sale of the New Haven franchise shortly. ; ENCOiUKAiGING REPORT. Statistics Shown by K. of C Quarterly Statement. The latest quarterly report of the Knights of Columbus shows the follow ing statistics of the office: Insured membership, 54,695; associate membership, 111,709 ; total membership, 166,494; number of subordinate councils, I really necessary for the primaries, and New Woodward School to be Opened Early In January Fair Haven East Borough Taxe Now Being Collected Politics Quiet Items of Personal Interest. Invitations received here yesterday by several friends to the marriage of Miss Edna Church, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Dailey of Pittsburgh, to Joseph Roy Webster of Rochester, N. Y., announce that the ceremony will take place at the home of the bride's parents, 5454 Stanton avenue, Pitts burg, Saturday, October 27, at 8 p. m. The couple will be at home after No- vemDer 20, at 66 College avenue, Ro chester. The Dailey family, who re sided at the Juge Deming place in Quinnipiac avenue several years ago, removed to. Pittsburg the past summer. Miss Dailey is a musician of considera ble merit, being an excellent violin player, is a graduate of the Yale Music school, and has a great many friends in this. city. Mr. Webster is a well-known young lawyer in Rochester. Miss Marguerite Reynolds of Houston street, who has been under hospital treatment in New York city, has return ed much improved in health. The new school house In the Wood ward district will be. opened early in January, and will end the present crowding in the higher grades of Strong school. 'There is considerable of the New Ha ven road stock held in this section, and several local stockholders will attend the annual meeting to be held in the general office building in this city this noon. Mrs. Dunlay of Peck street has re turned from Saratoga. Frank Robinson of Quinnipiac avenue has returned from a .visit with relatives in Philadelphia. . Mr. and Mrs. Frost, and Mrs. Peck- ham of Shelter street, are enjoying a vacation trip in Washington. Rev. Charles G. Smith went to South Norwalk yesterday to attend the an nual session of the Baptist state con vention. The other delegates from the Grand Avenue Baptist church are Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Frederick Willis and M. M. Gower. At St. Joseph's church this morning, there will be a double funeral for Mary L., and Thomas, Moran, children of Mrs. Honora Moran, formerly of Blatchley avenue, and whose home is now at 129S State street As stated in this paper, brother and sister died of typhoid fever at the New Haven hospi tal. IRev. f.nd Mrs. Burrows have returned from their bridal tour and are at the St. James rectory on Grand avenue. . East Rock lodge, F. B. L., held its regular meeting last evening at A. O. U. W. hall, 25 Grand avenue Several members of East Rock lodge, F. B. ti., and Elmore S. Wade, the deputy, go to Hartford to-night to pay a visit to the lodge in that city. Politics are dull enough over in this section of the city. Last night was tho time that the democrats usually have -caucuses in the Eleventh and Fifteenth wards to nominate aldermanic and oth er candidates, but the primaries were skipped this once. It was not thought BURIED IN THIS CITY. The Late William G. Goodwin, 'of Bristol. Bristol. Oct. 15. William G. Goodwin died at his home on Sessions street last j Saturday night, after having been se riously ill but a few days. He had a . shock some years ago, but recovered In a large measure; but another shock about a week ago was the Immediate cause of death. . Mr. Goodwin was born In New Marl boro, Mass., seventy-nine years ago and went to New Haven to live. He was married in 1853 In that city to Miss El len Goodwin, who survives him; also John, Charles and William Goodwin, all residents of New Haven; J. Gardner Goodwin, of St. Louis, and one daugh ter, Mrs. Watson, of Whitewater, Wis. Mr. Goodwin became identified with the Methodist church early in life and was one of the founders of Trinity Metho dist church in New Haven; He came to Bristol about thirty years ago and went on the road for J. H. Sessions & Son, selling trunk hardware. He fol lowed this work until the infirmites of old age made it necessary for him to retre from the active duties of life. Mr. Goodwin was a member of the offi cial board of Prospect M. E. church. He was a man of great intelligence and took a very active Interest in matters that affected his town. The funeral was held at his late home to-day at 10:30. The body was token to New Haven for burial. HIS EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY. Reception to Dr. A. B. Smith in Honor of the Event. One of those happy occasions which have a tendency to make life pleasant and enjoyable occurred last evening at the residence of Dr. A. B. Smith, 94 Howe street. The ofTlclal board of Trinity M. E. church (of which the doc tor is an honored member), together with their wives and friends, made a surprise visit to help him celebrate the eightieth anniversary Of his birth." The official board at a previous meeting passed resolutions expressing the re spect and esteem the church holds to ward the doctor for his untiring zeal and exalted Christian character. The pastor, Rev. Mr. Kldd, in his remarks referred to his long and useful life and his indefatigable labors in the church and the community. Dr. Smith gave some very Interesting reminiscences of old-time Methodism in our city and related many stories of his early life which were full of plead ing suggestions. Many loving expressions of respect were received through the mall from friends, which added much interest to the happy occasion. THANKSGIVING DELINEATOR Contains All the Fashions T STORIES BY y . The Author of "Elizabeth and Her German Garden" :. The Williamsons Violet Coen Barry Paine . Harriet Prescott Spofford CHOICE GOODS AT WYLIES. I i . --1 ; . ENGLISH CHINA WARE. HA VI LAND CHINA, ; CAILDOX ,AND MINTON'S CHINA, J ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PORCELAIN DINNER WARE, ELECTRIC AND GAS PORTABLES, T STUDENT'S LAMPS, ' CUT GLASS, " 1 ? BRIC-A-BRAC, ETC. 41 The finest and largest stock of strictly High Grade Goods ever exhih. i lied In this State. u A. F. WYLIE, I successor to John BriBht Co. 821 Chapel Street. 5 HE COMFORT Our Motto: Not How Cheap, But How Good. BUTTERIGK PATTERNS i For November Ten Cents and Fifteen Cents. NOW ON SALE FIFTEEN CENTS STOCK MARKET FEATURES (Continued from Seventh Fage.) 1,118; num'ber of state councils, 39, op erating in all parts of the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Philip pine Islands. Amount of funds, classl fleld: General fund, $52,979.18; death benefit fund, $19,OS9,70; mortuary re serve fund, $1,611,789.12; per capita sur plus, $30.36. The Increase of membership for the quarter broke all previous records for a similar period In the summer season, and the financial standing Increased In proportion, which makes a total in crease for tho year ending September 15 of 28,897, Including 7,231 insured and 21,666 associate members. In the same time the funds have increased as fol lows: General fund, $33,995.28; death 'benefit fund, $24,089.70; mortuary reserve fund, 8291,282.51; per capita surplus, $2 06. During the year three new councils and 102 subordinate councils were institut ed. The number of deaths was 355, which Is much less than the average of past years in proportion to the member ship since the organization was incor porated, on March 29, 1882. piATXfROtAD'K ANNUA.!, MEETING. Election of Officers an'd Important Bus iness (Here To-day. The stockholders of the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad will assemble for their annual meeting In the general offices of the road here this moon. An important meeting is sche duled. Among the matters sure of disposi tion at this meeting is a modification of the lease of the Boston and New ITork Air Line road now held by the local road, and while the 'details of the important than It Is to-day. proposed change are wlthhed by the rairoad company it is genera under stood that the modification wil mean the practical absorption of the Air line !by the New Haven. The annual elec tion of directors will also be held, but no changes are expected In this re-Sard. so the candidates will be nominated in some other way. Republican voters in the Twelfth ward will help to elect Frank S. Butterworth a senator from the Eighth district. -The democratic candidate is ex-Aldermnn Henry Dono van, 'but the republicans are claiming the district foi next month, as it went republican two years ago. In the Klev enth 'district of which the Eleventh ward is a part, the republicans will vote for Joseph F. O'Brien for senator. While Senator John Shanley carried the district two years ago, it said that O'Brien will get, a big labor vote, and will run well, although to be elected there is a large adverse majority In the district to be overcome. It is not 'believed that there will 'bo a very heavy vote gotten out In this section of the city In November. Still, there is considerable talk over politics and can didates, and there may be a larger vote polled than now seems "possible. Quinnipiac Hose, Hook and Ladder company held a meeting last evening' trip to Westport today to participate in tho firemen's parade in that town. The company expects to turn out about for ty men and the drum corps under com mand of L. A. T. Blake and Chief E. M. Allen and Assistant Chief E. II. -Farren will accompany them. Taxes are now being received by Col lector L. A. T. Blake, the collector In the borough of Fair Haven East. This annual tax usually raises about $7,500 to $,000 to run the borough affairs, In cluding street lights, police and fire ap paratus. It is one of the oldest bor ougs in the state and years ago, be fore the territory, became a part of the city, the borough jurisdiction was more The city pays for the care of the streets, but has no jurisdiction-in the matter of lights, police and the fire department. The schoos are in the New Haven school district. ELEVATOR BOY'S LEG BROKEN. John Hurley, an elevator boy at the Beamless Rubber shop had his leg drawn in the shaft yesterday afternoon and badly: crushed. His screams brought a number of workmen to his assistance who promptly stopped the elevator. He was taken In one of the factory teams to the 'New Haven hos pital, where it was found that the leg was broken. DAVENPORT LADIES' AID SUPPER The Ladies' Aid society of Davenport church will give a supper at 6:30 this evening in the parlors of the church, 139 Greene street. The arrangements are in charge of Mrs. D. S. Seeley and Mrs. Charles Gough. BETTER THAN SPANKING. Bpanking does not cure children of bed wetting. If it did there would be few children that would do It. There is a constitutional cause for this. Mrs. H. Summers, Box 616, Notre Dame, Ind., will send her home treatment to any mother. She asks no money. Write .her to-day If your children trouble you in this way. Don't blame the child. Ihe chances are it can't help iu DAUGHTER OF OLD TIME FIAVOR-ITE. The daughter of a man who made millions laugh is now assisting Pete Dailey to the same end at the Hyper ion. Thoso whose, youth was spent in the decade following the civil war will recall with pleasant memories the tin tics of Dan Bryant, the most famous fun maker the tan bark ever knew. His daughter. Miss Tessie Bryant, is one of the beautiful young women who refuse the urg jit requests of the hust ling press agent when he asks two of them to drown themselves- for the sake of the beautiful picture thAt he desires to take. Miss Bryan is tall, exception ally beautiful, talented and clever. In an entertainment given at New York stock on which dividends were suspend ed two years ago would be restored again to a dividend basis. A rise in Wabash debentures, In which. the trading was o,ulte heavy, was1 based on the belief that the filnn of ex change for new securities to be voted on next Monday will be approved. Tho trading in these bonds was very irreg ular About 15,000 shares were bought on; balance by arbitrage houses. This was maintained in Steel, Pennsylvania and .Reading. Very little business is offer ing from the other side. Option dealers are doing practically nothing. The demonstration of strength in the Intferborough-'Metropolltan issues was said to be due. to buying by room trad ers, who backing their faith in 'Hughes election by going long of the stock ralher than by making bets at the present odds of 3 1-2 and 4 to 1. They expect to take a ten-point prof it the day after election In good quarters it was. stated, that iSteel common will go on a 4 per cent, dividend basis on January 1 next, and that the stock was being bought for a long pull by those who are "in" the know." According to the street, Mr. 'Morgan 'will dictate the resumption of 4 per cent, dividends as a ' Chrtstmat surprise for the stockholders. The only incident of note In the money situation was a further fall in sterling exchange, testifying again to the fact that whatever pressure there is to pay off maturing foreign credits, is by no means urgent. Meanwhile money rates locally continue In the same comfortable position In which they have stood for a week past, ; FOR SALE BY THE HOWE 4 STETSON CO. THE GREATEST PLAYHOUSE IN THE WOULD. The last weeks of "A Society Circus," the big spectacle at the New York Hippodrome, are' announced, and the middle of November the new produc tion, ' now being arranged by Messrs. Shubcrt & Anderson, will be seen for tho first time. No details whatever have been given out regarding the, new show, but it is promised that it will exceed in magnitude ' and grandeur anything ever yet produced at the Hippodrome., There will be tremend dous marine effect In conjunction with tho mammoth tank of the Hippodrome stage. New features are constantly being added to "A' Circus" and It seems incredible that &ny managers could possibly .exceed the pinnacle of superla tive success apparently attained In this extraordinary performance. Tho Hippodrome is undoubtedly one of the sights of New York and visitors to the metropol'8 lnvariaoly ask to seo this greatest playhouse in the world before thinking of going anywhere else. II OM CO P A TH IC REM I-ANNUAL MEETING. Tho semi-annual meeting of the 'Con necticut Homeopathic Medical soct ciety was hell yesterday afternoon at the Nurses' dormitory at 1423 Chapel street. Dr. William Pitt Baldwin of this city, is the president of the state assocatlon. The principal feature of the meeting here to-dny was a pnper on "Congenital Dislocation of the Hip," by Dr. L W. .Ely of New York, who afterwards gnve a demonstration of the Lorenz treatment before the physicians at Grace hospital. - Hurt In Rnnnwny. While driving down Whallcy avenue hill with a companion at 12:30 o'clock this morning William Roach of 140 Ashmun street, lost control of his horse which ran away. He was thrown to the. ground sustaining a scalp wound which is not serious. He wan taken to raco nospitai. jus companion was not injured. TliHlrnndN Knmeil Half TKlllon. Atlantic City, N. J., Oct. 16. John J. Byrnes, assistant tramc passcnget manager of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad, in an address be fore the American Association of Gen eral Pansenger Agents, to-day declared that $500,000,000 represented the earn ings of the railroad,? during the past year. DAUGHTERS OF THE KING. St. Paul's Chapter Elects Officers. The annual election of officers for St, Paul's chapter took place Monday evening: Miss E. Barney, pwi'lent; Miss L. Lewis, vice president; Mr.--. R. Sisk, . second vice president; Miss S. Steele, recording seoretasy; Miss A Better Days in Store For Sufferers of To-day from Cold or Cough Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar will hasten the coming of the better days. It will cure Colds, Coughs, speedily, certainly. It is pleasant to take, too. At all Druggists. PIKE'S TOOTHACHE DROPS Cure in One Minute ElHHBOi SH01 Studies to last winter she was cnaen to represent' Planten, toeasurer; Miss E. Ges.mer, the Queen. of Beauty. J. J. DEVIXE NOMINATED As Alderman Ward corresponding secretary; Mrs. E. Lee auditor. The annual lioal assembly will meet in Trinity church, Portlann, Ccnn., November 8. by the Seventh Democrats. The democrat. of the Seventh ward met last evening in an open caucus and renominated Alderman J. J without any opposition. The meeting ernoon at 2 o'clock. The interment will was a quiet one and was quickly finish- , be In Westville. Mr. Stuart was about ei. . 1 Sixty-Gve years old, and leaves a wife. JAME3 STUART. The funeral of James Stuart, who died at his residence, L'09 Hamilton Devir.e street Monday, w in i,ine piaoe t ril aff 1 MUST SHOOT OFF TIES. 'I ' 1 4 Two of Three Rifle Draws Must Bo 'Tried Again, Major Ernest L .Isbell yesterday an nounced that lie h.qfl receivpfl th deci sion handed down hy the National BIfte' association In regard to the three ties which existed after the recent Second regiment shoot at East Haven. It was decided that Captain Ailing of Company D, and Lieutenant Dray of Company K, will have to shoot for the officers' medal, and that Major Isbell and Musician John Corey must , com pete again for the Smith medal. In the case of the tic for the Bacon medal, 'Private. Tom .Held was .given given the decision over Corporal Riley. both men of Company D. iMuch Inter est Is felt, In the coming matches to ! dissolve the ties. The time has. not been set, but will bo arranged toy Cap tain Grucner with whom the matter rests. 3L 2 i X t i f t t i h mom I Tss mm mil -if m : 1 1 I II I , If you are looking for a FURNACE to heat your house comfortably, se tha DAHSTOW BAY STATE, it means com fort in the home. y , . . . Too often the source of our dlsjjom fort lies in the Cellar. Quality Counts when it Means Com fort, and too often ten or fifteen dol lars saved on tho first cost means fail ure for years to properly heat tin house. The BAY STATE Is Cast to I,nst. ! ' . Trice and Quality are usually comi mensurate. , , . . , , i The BAY STATES is adapted for heat ingr the Humblent Cot or Mast Pretea tioum Mansion. The Bay State doer hot please for One or Five years only, but gives the same goou" results for Ten Fifteen and TWENTY -FIVE YEARS. , See our BAY STATE COMBINATION, WARM AIR AND HOT WATER HEAT ER, also our BARSTOW BAY STATS STEAM AND HOT WTER HEATERS. We carry a full line of all these goods that one may see ana Inspect tn goods they are going to buy. Call and see it. : . :: ; All information cheerfully given. ; T. G. WHITEHEAD, Heating Engineer. "The Old Slln Galpln Slore." 300 STATE STREET NEW HA VEX, S. STOVIK Ladies' Tailor, Announce Hint he Is novr prepared to exhibit hi new gooda for the Fall and Winter setuon.. .The stock Is especially fine und Includes nil of the latent novel ties In Fancy and Tnilor-STnde Suitings, Wrnps, Etc. 171-173 Orange Street Peoples Fish Market. Hard Crabs-Hard Crabs Plenty of them at present .,' only 35c Per doz' SEA TIIOUT ' SNAPPER BLUES BUTTERFISH NATIVE EEI.S AND FLATFISH COD HADDOCK HALIBUT ETC. STONY CHEEK CLINTON BHANFOIin nod 111. I 13 I'OINT a Specialty, OYSTERS Wm.H.Wilson&Son, U Congress Ayanua. secure beauty of design and color in Home Decoration. 46EIMS1W MEWHAVEN'CIf .Itsvr SOU must go, tha totmrrUit erfeff . '; ' If You have too long mj patloxct trfid JA I'm tired of your dirty waj ' Sd 1 hive ordered gas f o-tfajpv Wo liore Dirt Dirt, soot and ashes are In separable' from the use of a coal range. The woman who cooks with coal must expect to suffer these discomforts. She must clean up ashes, scour pans, sweep and dust contlnu--ally. If you would be ,, free from such annoy ances use gas. A Gas Ranee is the solution of many home problems. It Is ready when needed. It Is clean. It requires no blacking. It makes no ashes. It wastes no fuel. It Is, the, ideal range for cooking. 0 n rthiy to -.-SEETHE GAS 1 7) . Many so-called Ten-Ctnt Cigars are not worth three for a quarter but the Cigar, is worth TEN CENTS STRAIGHT. I t. 'PhnnM Two Thones m Hi imm J"gMp Edison Phonograph Outfit, $37.75 '.--Including the following: i new style. Home machine, i new $5 reproducer, i latest $3 Recorder, for making your own Records, I Oak Cover for carrying Phonograph, i Carrying Case for holding 12 Records, 10 Assorted Gold Moulded Edison Records, Brass Bell Horn, large Nickel' Flower Horn. Nickel Horn Crane, , best quality Chip Brush. THE A. B. CLINTON CO. PHONOGRAPHS OS CENTKIl STREET. PIANOS ; - 37 CHirnCH STREET.