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NEW HAVEN MOSNINQ JOURNAL AND COURIER.? FRIDAY OCTOBEE 2(5 1906 5 Dainty Undermuslins. We have raised our standard higher than ever this season. None but the best UNDERWEAR can find a place in this store not necessarily the most expensive garments, for we have plenty of UNDERWEAR at low prices, but those must be well made, of good materials, properly shaped, carefully finished and generously cut, quality is first consideration. VISIT THE DEPT. The Ladies' Home Journal Patterns and Publications. Until The Ladies' Home Journal came into the field the pattern business in this country was years behind the times. They have already worked a revolution. In the style, fit and simplicity of the patterns, in their art work and advertising matter, they excel all others. In fact, the pattern is as good as The Ladies' Home Journal, which has been the leading household periodical , for many years. 1 The new November Patterns have arrived, which include many beautiful designs for women's, misses' and children's garments. We wish to call particular attention to a very handsome evening wrap or coat pattern which can be made up in either three-quarter or seven-eighths length. Ask to be shown it. Price with Guide Chart 15c. Pattern prices 10c and 15c. None higher. The Ladies' Home Journal Monthly Style Book for November is now ready. They are free. Come and get one. It is as good as many fashion magazines. , . -, The Ladies' Home Journal for November is how on sale at pattern counter. It is a most instructive and in teresting magazine and should be in every home. Price 15c. Yearly 1.50. ( : See' Window Display. THE BEST IN AMERICA. "the Largest stock in connecticut." AT VALUES AWAY BELOW USUAL PRICES THREE NOTABLE OFFERINGS: WILTON ; RUGS "The Best" Fine soft colored reproduc tion of Oriental. Sice i JW x63. Our usual price, 7.BO each. You can bur them 8 feet X 8 feet 3 lnche, while they last for $5.98 each. ART SQUARES Jut n few, strictly all wool. SUes 3 ynnln z 3V4 yards, nnd 3 yards x 2Vi yard"- Slightly shop worn, at Only 60c sq. yd. AXMINSTER RUGS 3x12 "These are not 'Seconds " ' Four designs only. Perfect In every respect. $1 9.75 Each. Window Shade Co. Connecticut's Largest Rug Carpet and Drapery Store. 75-81 Orange St. jns CARPETS :. AND RUGS LIILEY LANDS SEVERE BLOW AT MR. DONAHUE (Continued from First Paste.) citizens of northwestern Connecticut. The people of that section of the state came to Hartford by hundreds and begged the general assembly to grant them the privilege of completing a branch line between Tariffville and Springfield. On a certain afternoon they had bargained for this one hun dred yards of land and were to have the title next day, but a slick agent of the New York, New Haven and Hart ford railroad slipped in during the night and purchased it away from them. The people, determined to have Justice at any cost, went to the courts, where a decision was rendered to the effect that only the general assembly could relieve them from the avarice of the corpora tion. Thus the matter was brought di rectly up to the members of the legls lature, and there Is no question, gen tlemen, but that this relief would have been granted If it had not been for the sinister methods of the corporation and the expenditure, it is charged, of $20,000 to thwart the will of the people. "Where was Charles J. Donahue in this crisis? How did this champion of the toiling masses, who Is now going up and down the state maligning other people how did this man record him self? In this clean-cut issue between corporation and people where did the legislator whose heart beats for the worklngman cast his, lot?, '1. refer you, gentlemen and the citizens of Connects cut, to page 1,090 of the Connecticut House Journal for 1901. There you will find his vote" recorded for the Con solidated road and against the people. You will also find the record of my vote, but not lit the' columh'Wtth that of my present opponent. "I do hot charge that Mr. Donahue found It personally profitable to align himself against the popular 'Will and for the powerful vested Interest that sought to shut out competition, but I will say that some of those who voted with Mr. Donahue were, and are . to this day, held under suspicion." ARRESTED FOR THEFT. Colored Boy Said to Have Appropriated Ten-Dollar Bill. Wallace MoKinley Smith, a colored boy, spent last night In the lockup on a charge of having stolen a ten-dollar bill from the trousers of A. T. McDonald, a Yale student, who rooms In Kent hall on York street. Smith is employed by A. E. Rosenberg In collecting clothes to be pressed from the rooms of stu dents. ! EXPERT DESIGNER LEAVES. I F. P. Hadlock, of 125 Meadow street ' for many years one of the exuert de signers at the local repair shops of the New Haven road, has resigned his posi ' tion, to take effect the first of Novem ber, and will then enter nnnn his new duties as chairman of the international trustees of the Boilermakers' union I with headquarters In this city, JAPAN STA-VDS FOR RIGHTS. Ambassador lAokl Presentg 'Request to Secretary Rout. Washington, Oct. 25.-Viscount Aoki, the Japanese ambassador, at a confer ence with Secretary Root at the State Department to-day, made the request, in behalf of his government, that the United States see that Japanese sub jects in California are accorded their full rights under the treaty of 1894, In cluding the right of children freely to attend the public schools of San Fran cisco. Secretary Root will take the matter up with the President, and it Is likely that, representations will be made to the-authorities of California. , The ambassador said that the exclu sion of Japanese children fr-um , San Francisco schools was the chief cause of the harsh criticism of the United States in Japan. He was inclined to discount the other caUsea given tor the sentiment against this country. "There is much misunderstanding ln Japan concerning the true situation," said the ambassador, ln an interview with a reporter of the Associated Press. "Of course, the Japanese gov ernment fully realizes ttfat thq action aealnst the Japanese children is local and not general ln this country, but all the Jananese people do not understand conditions In this country, and a local unfriendliness to Japan is regarded by manv persons aa a national action." The action against the Japanese Is regarded as extremely serious by Vis count Aoki, and he made ho attempt to discount its Importanoe. After all the years of friendship between the two nations it seaim too bad that the poor, innocent, little Japanese school children should bo subjected to such indignities." said the ambassador. "Such aotlon on the part of local au thorities In this country is resented very bitterly by all Japanese." Viscount Aoki said that Mr. Hantha ra. the secretary to the Japanese em bassy, who has just returned from an investigation in Alaska of the killing of a number of Japanese seal fishers on the Prlbllijff Islands, has not yet com pleted his report. The ambassador said there was no doubt that the Japa nese had no right to be fishing In Alas kan waters, but the question to be de termined is whether tho Americans were warranted in Inflicting death as a punishment. In tho opinion of Vis count AoKi the killing of tho Japanese by the American government agents has played little part in arousing pub lic sentiment against the United States. In Japan it Is believed that justice will be done in this ease when the facts are fully sifted. Secretary Root has requested the Japanese government to cause the ar rest and punishment of Japanese poachers, who attempted to land on the seal Islands of 'Alaska recently, : and who escaped to Japan, after some of their party had been killed. The. State Department's basis for this-' request is that It regards the attempted landing of the poachers as an invasion of Uni ted States territory. LAST DAY IN MAKING OF VOTERS. Only 1,183 of the S,00O on the List to be Made Have Been Made. To-day will be the last for this year in which the young men of this city will have a chance to be made voters. Both parties are working hard to add to their ranks. The efforts have not been as successful as either party de sired thus far. Over 3,000 names were on the list to be made. Up to last night the number made was only 1,183. HEARINGS ON ESTIMATES BEGIN - NOVEMBER 1; ' -The board of finance held Its regular weekly meeting last night and approv ed the city payrolls. It wbs decided that the hearings on the estimates sub mitted by the various departments should begin on Thursday evening, No vember 1. The second meeting will be held November 7 and the third Novem ber 8. A public bearing will be held on Friday evening, November 2. WESTINGHOUSE INSTRUCTOR COMING. The Westlnghouse Electric company, which built the motor engines that will be operated between Stamford and Woodlawn, has sent A. E. Welch, an Instructor, to the New Haven road for the purpose of teaching the engineers of locomotives how to run the motors. YALE TENNIS FINALS TO-DAY. The tennis finals ln the lnterclass contest at Yale will be played off to day. The battle to-day will be between J. C. Moorehead, 1907 L. S., and J. A. G. Golston, 190" L. S., vs. S. Swltt, 1908, and M. A. Wetzlar, 1908. PANTHER IN A BUNGALOW. From time to time, writes Lieut-Col. Rundo to the Field, one occasionally hears accounts of tigers and leopards taking shelter in houses and Villages but I think the episode which happened here In Jubbulpore on Friday, June 22, in the middle of the day and InBlde my bungalow, Is quite unique and may prove of Interest. About 1. P- f.' I was writing In my verandah when my wife came out from a side of the bungalow whlqh we. only use for visitors, and said that she had seen the tall of a panther protruding from behind a very large coll of mat ting which was standing on its end ln a corner of the room. Hastily sending a messenger to the barracks for a brother officer, I prepared the ground by removing all the furniture from the adjoining room and closing the doors of the room in which the panther was appparently soundly sleeping, the noise of our voices and the moving of the furniture having ho effect on the sleep ing brute. Taking a rifle myself, ami arming my wife and the battery rough rider who had unexpectedly U;rned up, also with rifles, we decided on shooting it in the room, and ln the event of Its bolting out of the house by the only route we deemd It would nrcst probably take ray wife and the rough rider stood outside, perpared to give It a warm reception. Opening the door just sufficiently to get my rifle through, I fired Jhough the grass matting roll at the spot which I thought most likely to be fatal to the panther. The crack of the rifle was followed by a wough and a growl, and came the beast straight for the door behind which I was standing. The angry beast passed me within a foot or two. and I had just time to. see it was badly wounded In the stomach. It Im mediately proceeded to bolt into an adjoining room. As there were ten rooms on, the ground floor, in any of. which he. could take cover, I postponed pursuing the animal until the arrival of St. Jlacan, who now appeared, armed with a Para dox. Each room In turn was carefully reoonnoitered, the blood tracks being very copious, showing exactly whore It had gone. In one room a halt had been made opposite a large mirror, in which the panther, which afterwards proved to be a resale, must have seen Its. image as the presence of a very large pool of blood showed that the animal had sat down. - Eventually, after searching AU but one spare room, we found It ln the lat ter, again taking shelter, behind a coll of matting. , This time there was a window in the room, some fourteert feet oft the ground, so, by climbing on the roof a good view of the beast was possible. A ladder -waa procured, the roof was surmounted, and a glance through the window,-.-or - skylight, showed me my friend, sitting ln the corner to make a spring. Unfor tunately, it saw mo before I could get my rifle up. Taking fright. It bolted out tills time passing - through the house, and( close to St. Macan, who fired at it as It passed under a bed, again, a second later as It went through the door. Neither shot proved, fatal ex cept to certain portions of the furni ture! But they hod the effect of driv ing It out of the house, badly wound ed, across the tennis court, Into the mesa compound, which Is just opposite my bouse. Hero it tried to take Shelter in the cookhoupe, but falling to get In, It turned towards the servants' sleeping quarters, scattering the numerous oc cupants and their belongings, such as fowls and dogs, In all directions. Just at this moment an inquisitive sweeper emerged from his house to see what the commotion was. Quickly spotting him, th panther made for the man as fast as his .wounds permlted. A race ensued between the two, which or.ljokers reported as having its humor ous as wll as .ltS,'S6rlou,8 side. Too feeble to do harm. the beast, merely made two or three' clutches at the nian's clothes, and then, utrlng Into an nuthouse, he was polished off with a shot from a 577. . .' S ' .,. Within a radius of six miles of Jub- bulpore panthers are common, and a three-quarter grown tiger cub was ac counted for In a nullab on the present gulf links. THE YANKEES OF THE BAST. Ideals and Motives of the Japanese People. 'Western natlbns find It difficult to arrive at a correct understanding of the Ideals and motives of the Japanese people, and to disassociate their meth ods from the corrutStlcm and Insincerity of the Chinese and Coreans. It is easy to sneer at tho sincerity of Japan's de sire to civilize the east, but Mary Crawford-. iF-rasier,. writing , in the WorM's Workhas' lotilid no reason to question the motives of tho Yankees of the East. On the contrary, It should be remembered" that' ft he safety of Ja pan depends upon having civilized and honest neighbors lQKEhlna, Corea and Manchuria. Japan has chosen to do business after thefo&lilon of the na tions of the west, fitfl unless her deca dent neighbors can lie brought to un derstand these methods she must be continuously under the necessity of presenting, on one side, all the essen tials of modern civilization, .while on tho other she must be in a position to repel, tho assaults of a barbarls horde. Ill ,i tlr; Oriental mania for Intrigue Japan has no part, This racial vice of the Chinese ati'3 Coreans Is noted by the Japanese with;. unerring eye and calm scorn. .The most unfortunate ele: ment ln this situation, .Mrs. Frazer finds, Is the apparent belief of two great European powers, Germany and Russia, that R is to their advantage to encourage this trait of the Oriental character, and no method is considered too base or too petty to serve the pur pose. Unhesitatingly, nevertheless, Ja pan admits her indebtedness to Germa ny, from which the. most solid bone fits of example, assistance and advire were received in the earlier days when she was remodeling her court and re organizing' her army. One of the most pronounced traits in the .Japanese character is an unswerving faith in the nation's destiny. The Japa.nese people have no question as to their duty, and no doubt of their fitness for the task. The nation flly appreciates that Its fu ture depends upon its ability to build with one hand and wield the sword with the other, for, on account of its position, the contingency of war can never be eliminated from its consider ation. To maintain such an attitude requires a strained, watchful energy which must ever keep it on the alert. Mrs. Frazer predicts that the courage, resource and spirit of self-sacrifice will never be wanting to carry the na tion through all Its great troubles- The frequent assertion that the masses of the Japanese people are not In touch with the government may be disposed of -by a. few- facts in, regard to the press of the country. In 1902 there were 1 328 newspapers, one of them with a circulation of about a quarter of a million. For the benefit of those-who are' too poor to buy a copy one Is posted each day before each of the newspaper offices, and these are always surrounded by groups of readers. Only a few'of the older generation cannot read, while all the younger generation have at least that much education. YOUR TEETH will look better,;do better ani feel better if cleansed and purified with a real antiseptic preparation. Have you tried PAXTINE Toilet Antiseptic? ; To whiten and preserve the teeth, cleanse and purify the mouth it has no equal. Paxtine has so many uses in the toilet it is very economical. Try it on our guarantee. Large box at druggists 50c; Trial boxfree The R. Paxtoa Co., Boston, Mass. Recent (long distance) Arrivals. From Scotland. Robinson s Scotch Oatmeal. Old fashioned, coarse grain, requiring lots of cook ing. As a breakfast dish or for Scotch Porridge or Oat Cake. Directions on each can. c . In 5 lb. tins, 0 CtS. From Italy. New season's Uorgonzola Cheese; someining ror high-livers to rave over, Pound, 45 cts. From Florida. A consign ment of new season's Florida Guava Jelly, from a new maker at an unusually low price Home-made, in 6oz. glasses. 25 CtS. From China. "Haye Sanco" brand, Dry Crystallized uinger, in cubes. Full weight one pound sealed t ns. One of our specially good and low priced dainties. 33 cts.a box J 81 Stati Str THEO. KEILER Funeral Director ul ISnabklmea 499 itutm Stmt, ear. Elm. BRANCH OFFICE 4.18 Campbell ivnat, Wert Itavtm. Now is the time to buy the Best Grade Bulbs for Fall planting at CHAMPION & CO., 1026 Chapel Street, . DEATHS. t A TJlUlpr .1?TT- 1m V.nr Vrt-V ft., ber 25th', Henry B. Parniolee, youngest Hun ui int.- iitu- iviio. Aimiew l. srni- melee, of this city, ln the 37th year of nis age. oso 21. MINIATURE ALMANAC. OCTOBER 26. S Rises 6:16 Moon Sets I H'h Water S Rets 4:r7 Vi.'fi :iu a. m, Cornier n eeord. j MAHINE. 41 fori o !" Hnvwo. " ARRIVKD. Schr White Cloud, Joyce, New London. CLEARED. Schr Excelsior, Talmadgo, Greenport. Schr Alice P. Turner, Lewis, Schr Donna T. Briggs, Smith, N. T. Schr Edna, Willlnms, N. T. NOTICE. I WILL not be responsible for any bill contracted ln my name.- Robert Oehsner. 026 3t five. In all Its stages. Ely's Cream Balm1 ""1-8 Mai JSP clianscs, soothes and heals the diseased membrane. it Corescatiwrh msi drives away a cold lrt the head fmlo.felv. rTnc'-t Cream Balm Is placed into the nostrils, spreads over the membrane and is absorbed. Relief is Im mediate and a cure follows, it is not drying does Sot produce sneezing, Largo Size, BO cents at Drug, gists or by mall; Trial Size, 10 cents. 4 EL1T BHOT0KRS. 56 Wi wen Street, Kew To A Household Range, "Built to Bake," complete with high shelf, $25 and upwards. A Cylinder, Oak or Self Feeding Heating StOVe, set up ready for the next cold snap, $4 and upwards. A nice Oil Heater of the odorless kind for isolated rooms or to take the chill off the living room before it is necessa ry to have a constant coal Tire, $4. An Edison Phono graph to entertain fam ily and friends during these long evenings, $10 and up. We carry in stock every Edison Record now made. Call and hear them. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Boom Furnisher. Orange and Center ' Sts. Seal! Siiraiiis. wmm COTTAUfci STUli' $5400 A one-family house of nine rooms with all improvements. Easily changed for two families and elev en rooms. Well built; carefully kept; always occupied by owner. BRISTOL ST. $3700 . A neat, one-family honae of seven room s, with all Improvements, on deep lot. A good chance to own and occupy a whole nous at the cost of rented fiat. VEST HAVEN $3000 A first-class, one-family house of nine ronina wttn nara wood trim, turnace ana a .ill improvements. Is near corner of Klin 1 1 nn i-irst Avenue. WEST HAVEN $1800 A nma-fftmilv Iimiu t -I , j bath, natural wood trim and dp yard. Five minutes from trolley and Railroad Station. House is la first class repair STORES FOR RENT. Cor. Church and Crown Sts. . The finest business cor ner ln New Haven. Inquire Janitor, 39 Church Street West Haven Building Lots Price rung from $2.04 to $9.00 front foot. Six of lot to suit Put chiuer. II. V. liHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St. To Let, Modern Offices in Build ing No; 839 Chapel St. Steam Heat, Elevator and Jnnltoc Itrvlc. Ben. R. English, 630 CHAPEL STREET. FOR SALE. A FEW deBirable building lota ln the best part of Sherman avenue. J. C PUNDERFORD 116 Church Street. Ten Acres of land, wth small house, barn, also shop suitable for lght man ufacturing; for sale cheap to close an estate. Chas.A. Baldwin, 87 Church Street, BUILDING LOTS For Sale on Whitney Ave. W. D. Judson, Room 402. Q02 Chaps! St. Halle? Building;, FOR SALE. A CENTRAL modern brick building of 3 flats, fitted up with every up-to-date Improvement. Mouey to loan la Soma to Salt. k g: h6adle,y; Room 214 Wn.hlnirton Building. 80 CHURCH STREET, .-OPEN EVENINGS CANNON, MORSE & CO., Succeeding Gsrtm Han & son A Cha. T. Caanoa. Gsnsra! Insurance & Real Estate 703 CHAPEL STREET. 803 State St., 60 Foot Lot. MONEY TO LOAN Money obtained on first mortgage se curity on city property only, at current rate of interest. Call at Room 210, El change Building, S65 Chapel Street, Frederick M. Ward tfk Tt"liii nam - m Slants. One cat a word tor each ln.erttoo, Ave cent, a word for a full week, .erea time. T WANTED. BOY for a rug shop. 18 Auburn st. 025 2t Tn WANTED. f" i accustomed to furnace work Apply to T. G. Whitehead. 360 State street. o24 tt WANTED. iiKLrS l IE i to 16 years old. Strouse, Ad ler& Co.. 60 Court St. 019 7t WAWWinri TTKYva wt . ABLE-BODIED unmarried men", be Unitoti as " -ana 30 ; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Apply Re cruiting Officer, 890 Chapel stree' New Huven; 756 Main street, Hart 10,22 Mahl street, Bridgeport; 19) Bank street, Waterbury, Conn. J19 tf ALL good help shouia call here. Wa I. j, " ",0 Places ana always ii l"ge "umbers. Bleeman's Re liable Employment Agency, 763 Chap eL Open evenings. mH-tt BkBEMAN'B RELIABXJD EMPLOY MENT Admunv tan ---- , JnbI'8hed 20 years. Largest, best in the etate. Beat male and female hels for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. T 4322. THE New Haven Employment Agency ",,v..,:a iical, euiGieni neip, also caters to opening and cleaning houses. House cleaning properly attended to. Tel. 1684-14. oB 7t, J Altfma IVT ITfSVM NWva o A(WpNCr, 21 Church street Telephone - - - - nwuuui purges i Agency, male and female help supplied fop mercantile and domestle service foe any and all kinds of work. Sent any-. where.Open evenings. ft. It. Hil l nnv AUCTIONEER and Appraiser, JUS ' h anal CI fP 1 1 0 0 v ... hold Bales a specialty. ait fl Brick. Every et warranted oac yean, .Order recti vert 703 STATfiJ STftKKT WTTW TV I eiTfnri nnAHto WARNER HALL, Single and en suite, Watstoln & Melllon, LADIES TAILORS. HIGH class flt and workmanship at Jowl j - w maw w u x tyaii UiU. Court cor. Orange St. Open eventnnea: GEOKUB W. ADAMS, Attoraey-nt Law Und jjtnrr PuWIJ All Legal or Business Matters elver Accounts and Claims Collected o settled, on reasonable terms and De positions taken, In any part of the V 8 Hours from 9 a. m, to 6 p. m. Also from 6 to 9 p m. Mondaj-- and Saturday evenings. Telephone 1402-4. WARNER HAIX1044hap7ltree1L newly decorated, modern fittings, rea sonable prices. ' Secure early dates for Concerts, Socials, etc. o28 7t Potent Stove Brick are Cheapest, COMPRESSED AIR Carpet. CSeaning Works No. 100 COURT STHKKT. Carpets called for and delivered. Carpets cleaned and laid, also mads Over, in fact everything dona in U Carpet line. Carpets Cleaned without removal bf most approved method. ' All work satisfactorily an promptly done. Telephone call 1832-2 . 50,000 TO LOAN On Real Estate at 5 par cent. IN SUMS TO SUIT. B. F. ESS. 840 Chapel St. Hublnge: dulldlnK Room 14k. THIRTEEN CANDIDATES ; OBl CLERK. List of Ellglbles Declared for Vacancy; In Controller's Office. Shortly Controller Rowe will appoint a clerk In his office, and the controller sent a communication to the civil ser vice board requesting to know whether those who passed the examinations for the police clerkship last winter were eligible. The board has decided that they are. This gives the controller thir teen candidates to pick from, as it. was also decided that those who passed the examinations for the civil service clerk ship are also eligible. Those from whom, the controller may pick are Jacob Ja cobs, Thomas A. Fogarty, Arthur D. Mullen, Harry B. Johnson, Francis T. Wade, "Warren Cressy, Jacob Caplan, Harry B. Echmark, Elliott Watrous, J. E. Miller, Martin J. McDonald, Patrick McGovern and Henry W. Vail. .- The salary has been reduced . from $1,000 to $900 a year. "FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN." Subject of Stereoptlcon Lecture to be Given Here by Mrs. Colonel Evans, of Boston. Mrs. Colonel Williams Evans, of the Boston branch of the Salvation army, will deliver a stereoptlcon lecture at the central branch of the order in this city on the evening of Saturday, No vember 3. Her subject will be "From Ocean to Ocean." Major Alice Bull will come with Mrs. Evans from Boston and will be the soloist on the occasion. Ad mission will be charged to this meet ing, but Mrs. Evans will address both the outdoor meeting on the green and the meeting in the hall on the following day, and all are invited to attend. MARRIED TO OBLIGE THEM. Had Four Husbands, 'One of Whom Was a Waterbury Man. Miss Augusta Brunning, of New York, who is charged with marrying four different men, gave as her reason that she didn't .know it was wrong. They were all so nice and sweet ami she loved them dearly, and simply mar ried them as an obligement. One of the men is Henry Koehler, ot Waterbury.