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3S33S 1 Rente Colors Correctly v 1 .1 ; Lhi ... 1 Costs Only 134 INDOOK LAMP $8.00. Cash Discount 5 per cent. OUTDOOR LAMP $10.00 G per cent. Discount FACTORY LAMP $6.00. Cash Discount 5 per cent. RESIDENCE LAMP $8.50 Cash Discount 5 per cent. The Humphrey Gas Arc Lamp gives a magnificent steady white light. 360 Candle Power is Always Ready to Use. Regular Expert attention twice a month by The Gas Co. keeps the gasarclamo always as good, bright and clear as when first installed. This service is offered for 20 cents per month for a lamp, or with advance payment, $2.00 per year. Gents Per flour to Use i pWMgtMiaBBwf-' ee The Gas Go. Salesroom 93 Crown St. BBS IKS See The Gas Co. lens GH2 WINTER CRUISES MADEIRA, SPAIN, the MEDITERRANEAN and the ORIENT; also to the WEST INDIES, the SPANISH MAIN, the PANAMA CANAL and NASSAU DELIGIITFVZ AXD 3t OST 1XTERESTIXG CRUISES, TA R TTK ? IX D VS. A TIOX FROM 97 TO 79 DATS, AXI COSTING FROM $1S0 PER PERSOX VPWARD, RT THE ' HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE'S magxificext xiw lmx-scritr steamer MOLTKE" and "BLUECHER" Illustrated Booklet and full particulars furnished by SWEEZEY & KELSEY STEAMSHIP AND TOURIST AGENTS 102 Church Street T elephone 3209-4 PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. 12S1S OF INTEREST CONGER'S' 1KQ NEW HAVEN FEOPLE ' And Other People Kmki la This City Interesting Social Erola Ben ana Blunbtn. Professor ana Mrs. Willlston Walker, who have been in Europe all summer, returned on Thursday on the Koenlgln Lulse, of the North German Lloyd line, after a pleasant stay. At the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. John R. Cole, 71 Asylum street, on Thursday evening, William Collins Mc Grath andMiss Grace Bernlce Piatt were united in marriage by Rev. W. W. Leete, pastor of Dwight Place Congre gational church. Mr. McGrath is one of New Haven's young business men, and socially he is well known and is a member of the New Haven Grays. Mrs. McGrath occupies an affectionate place In the esteem of a wide circle of ac quaintances. She is a graduate of Hill house high school, 1900, and an Alpha Alpha girl. Mr. and Mrs. McGrath are on a wedding tour. Mrs. H. B. Eltonhead and Miss Doro thy are spending a few days in New Tork with friends. Late news from Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Farnam, who have been in Paris for several weeks, states that they sail to day on the Provence and hope to reach home late this month. Mrs. Deyo, who has been visiting rel atives in Vermont for a few weeks, has returned to the home of her sister, Mrs. Brett, on Second avenue, West Haven after pleasant stay. Miss Mary Bristol and Miss May uana recurnea xnursaay irom a trip abroad. Dr. F. E. Beckwith, of Church street, has returned from a three months' stay abroad. Mr. and Mrs, James Heslln, of this city, have returned from their bridal tour. Mrs. George Hotten, of Whalley ave nue, is visiting in Salem, Mass., and Dover, N. H. Invitations have been issued by James B. Ryder, of 82 Park street, to the mar riage and reception, on November 1, of his daughter, Grace Evelyn Ryder, to Dr. Eugene W. Skelton, Talo 1894, of Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sherman, for merly of West Haven, arrived safely at their new home in San Diego, Cat., and are much pleased with the city. Mr. Sherman has obtained a good position, and Mrs. Sherman, who has been in ill health for some time, is much better in the warm climate. Mr. and Mrs. George William Peck, of this city, are spending a few days in New York city, stopping at the Hotel Tork. William H. Farnham, of Westville, went to Boston wltfc the "Feeters" on Thursday. Mr. EVrnham has been a member of the company for a number of years, and at present holds a ser geantcy. Mrs. J. L. Mowbray, of New Tork, which has ban the guest of her alster, Mrs. Ford, ana of Mrs. C. N. McAllister of 19 Tilton atrtet, for a month,- has re turned home. Miss SeeUf, of West Haven, is spend ing a few day with her parents in Washington. Mrs. Stephen W3er, Miss Irene Rider J and Miss Rhoda lettney, 0f West Ha ven, are spending a few days with rela tives In New Tork. William H. Starr of Chicago has been visiting his parents on Edwards street for a few days. Mr. andTvirs. Morris W. Seymour have closed their house in Litchfield and re turned to town for the winter. A FAMOUS ALLOT. Niello Became Popular in Italy About BOO Tears Ago. Niello is a compound for inlaying all kinds of silver articles. It was form erly used principally in Russia, whore its composition, says the Jewelers' Circular, for a long time remained a secret. The invention Is said to have been an artists by the name of Maso Flulgu erra. Among his productions niello was found after his death. It is also said that the Egyptians made use of a si milar substance in very old times. However, It first became generally known in the fifteenth century in Italy, where it was used by Italian jewellers. Cellini manufactured some choice arti cles with niello. It was also used by engravers, who filled copper engrav ings with niello, and the decoration of ecclesiastical vessels with It was much appreciated. It is an alloy always containing silver copper and lead, to which are often added sulphur and borax. According to the proportions of these parts niello varies in color from light gray to dull black. N.Y. CENTRALHEAYILY FINED $108,000, AtNOST MAXIMUM VENALTT, 1MFOSS1K romeroy, the Truffle Agent, Escapes With Minimum Fine Court Dc nonners the Offence as Worie Than the Ordinary Vulgar Crime. New Tork. Oct. 19. Judge Holt of the United States circuit court fined the Neiv Tork Central railroad $108,000 to diy for granting rebates to the Amer ican Sugar company. Frederick L. Pomeroy, assistant traffic manager of tb.3 railroad, who was Indicted with the corporation, was fined $6,000, $1,000 on each count. Before Imposing the fines Judge Holt listened to arguments made by Austen G. Fox and John D. Lindsay, counsel for the corporation, in support of their motions for a new trial and for an ar rest of judgment to follow the convic tion of the defendants on Wednesday. Both motions were denied. Pomeroy and the railroad company were each indicted on filx counts. The corporation was fined $18,000 and Pom eroy $1,000 on each count. The range of possible fines provided by tho Elkins Antt-Rehatlng law, under what he deemed to be" the policy and 1 wlshos of his employers. The sentence of the court is that the defendant Pomeroy shall pay. a fine of $1,000 each for 'tho six crimes he has been convicted of, making $6,000 in all. The New Tork j Central and Hudson River Railroad company shall pay a fine of $18,000 for i each of the six crimes of which it has '. been convicted, making $108,000 in all. It is nut too much to say, that if the : business had. been carried on upon this basis and the discriminations continued In favor of one nhlpper, competitors might have been driven out of business. "The crime was committed deliber ately. Two weeks passed after the pending' of the letter requesting the re bates before the reply advising the shipper of the granting of the rebates was made. The claims for the pay. ments of the rebatea were presented and paid monthly." THE KEYNOTE OF RIGHT EATING. Man is an omnivorous animal wheth er he was originally Intended to be one is outside of the question. In this prac tical world we have to deal with exist ing facts, and not with theories. Savage races live some on animal food almo.it exclusively on vegetables, fruits and nuts, according tj their environ ment, but civilized man turns to both the animal and the vegetable world for his nutriment, and through a long course of adaptation his digestive or gans have accommodated themselves to a mixed diet meat, vegetables which the case was prosecuted, is from I fJults' nut antl e koh"1c $1,000 to $20,000. A stay of sixty days was granted in which the defence may prepare iuj ap peal. SCORED BY JUDGE. "Such a violation of the law," said Judge Holt, in passing sentence, "is much more heinous than the ordinary common vulgar crimes usually brought before the criminal courts. Those are crimes of sudden passion and tomiita tlon. Thae crimes we are dealing with were committed by men of education, business experience, and standing in 'the community, and as such they should be expected to set an example of obedience to the law, on the malnte- indeed the keynote of right eating moderation. There is no one" class of food which need be selected to the ex clusion of any other (we are speaking to the normal man, anfl not bo the in valid, who must be" treated dietetlcally a well as medicinally,) and while It is possible to live well and preserve health on a vegetarian diet, such a rrglnie is entirely unnecessary. It is a greater tax on the digestive organs to extract the needful amount of pro- telds from vegetables than from meat, ami even when digested, 'Vegetable proteld is less easily assimilated than that obtained from animal food. The nri HYPERiON THEATRE HH TO-NIGHT mm-m44M XHSIJfOA $ MISS MAUDE A DA MS f . -- ...... .i.-T. , j.i T TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23 De Koven, Klein and Cook's Romantic Comlo Opera v ... RED FEATHER Music by Reginald DeKoren, composer of "Hnppyland" and "Robin Hood. - Hook ly Clms. Klein, anthor of The Musto Master" and "Tho Lion, and the Mouse." The most anmptaoua operatla apectnctoi ever ataa-cd. representing an expenditure of $73,000 for scenery, costumes and effects. Compnny of Seventy-live with ' I " QHERIDAH SIMPSON GRA3SD SINGING CHORUS. J Prleos 1, BO, M.00, 78c. BOc. 28c. Sent nnw mIISmsm X HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE'S 1 to ' 11 of which the security uf their cow' tha P'' the shfiep' the fowl and property depends. fish aro provided by nature as the con. "This corporation' received large and! ver,ters ?f vegetables proteld into anl valuable public privileges. It was un der the highest obligation to treat all citizens alike, and not to grant any unjui-t discriminations. This was a sec ret crime, the proof of which was diffi cult to obtain. The law was originally passed twenty years ago. The com plaint of the granting of rebates by railways were frequent and insistent. Congress passed amendatory leglsla- mal, and It is only common sense for man to leave this task to the lower orders of creation and to take his food in the form best adapted to his needs. Good Housekeeping. . . OASTOniA, Bears tU M "a,e Blrtt Signatur , ZlSlZ-X BOOKS BT THE TON. An Invitation to meet the King Is, of course, a "command," and no thought tion. but so difficult was the securing' of Private engagements may intervene. of the necessary proof that this is the i Madam Waddington has ' given us a first case brougni m ims court, and, , QUalnt nlcture .-.f on of these lnvlta- with the exception or one recently in Philadelphia, the only one in the east. But few have been tried in the west. "Under these circumstance?, and for an offense so clearly flagrant, H Is the duty of tho court to impose apenalty commensurate with the gravity of the crime. The principal penalty nhould bo tions which necessitated the postpone ment by her and M. Waddington the French Ambassador, of a dinner to twenty-one people- And it has hap pened that a great concert has been be reaved of its brightest "star" for the reason that he or she has been corn- Imposed up:n the corporation! The in- mandc,r. t0 bef re the royal dividual defendant acted yithout ad-i vantage to himself, in acco cdance with ception, for In every respect coo- MADEIRA, SPAIN, the MEDITERRANEAN and ADRIATIC SEAS antd the ORIENT; to JAMAICA, the WEST INDIES, the SPANISH MAIN, the PANAMA CANAL, NASSAU ; Uif surpassed Service to EGYPT and on Ihe NILE D!ightfnl nd most intrMnr CRUISES, rarying In dnritlon tram 13 to n dj. and coiting front S75 par pnsoa upward, by tho magnificent naw twin-screw Stoamera, "MOLTKE" and "BLUECHER" " PRINZESSIN VICTOKIA LUISE" llft t lt,(M mm. wJll; bnitl Cm (A TmmI of dtaMMlMitymUUr mmTmM WJM la Swtthm vMit,.) m4 itlul,!y ft? aluav, tetnl. ) ' "METEOR" and "OCEANA" For rates, pamphlets, etc., apply to 15-J7 Ireadwiy. Ne w Vark 1229 Walnat SI., Philiselahls SO Slate St.. Boston 15S lUndstph St.. Chlcsis S01 Olive St.. SI. Loots 105C Braad'y. Oakland. Cal. Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St., M. Zunder & Son. 249 State St.; J. H. Par ish & Co., 86 Orange St.; Bishop & Co., 185 Orange St.; II. Bussman, 71 Orange St. stderation is paid to the convenience of hosts, hostesses, guests and those whose privilege it is . to help to entertain. Moreover, It Is natural to postulate discretion and discrimination in the host of royalty. They are not all like the good hearted squatter in Australia who, upon being apprised that the late Duke of Edinburgh was about to visit him, thought it better to have a library In his establishment so ordered "one ton of books" from the leading Mel bourne bookseller, He gave Instructions that the books could be on any subject. , All he desired was that the books should be there. Mrs. Goodklnd So you are an engin, eer and can't get a job in this townj Well, why don't you go to some other ! place? Tattereden Tome I can't, madam;,' you see, I'm a stationary engineer. Woman's Home Companion. . ' ,'