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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 19o5, PELTVERED BY CARRIERS IN THE CITY, 12 CENTS A WEEK. 60 CENTS j A MONTH, S3 FOR SEC MONTHS, J8 i A YEAR. THE SAME TERMS BY MAII SINGLE COPIES. 2 CENTS. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. If you ere going away, for a short or long period, th Journal and Courier .Will be sent to you by mall without extra charge. The address may be changed as often as desired. Friday, October 26, 1000 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TO-DAY. Baby's Store Gamble-Desmond Co. Beecham's Pills Druggists'. Carpets Window Shade Co. Cutlcura Remedies Druggists'. Entertainments Hyperion Theater. Entertainments N. II. Theater. Fish S. S. Adams. Fall Sale The Chamberlain Co. Grape Nuts Grocers' Notice Robert Ochsner. Our Shoes Lambert. Our Garments Hamilton & Co. ' Paxtine Druggists'. Poultry D. M. Welch & Son. Steamers White Star Line. JTndermusllns Chas. Monson Co. .Underwear Howe & Stetson Co. WEATHER RECORD. . "Washington, D. C, October 25, 8 p. m. Forecast for Friday and Saturday For New England and Eastern New York: Fair and somewhat cooler Fri day; Saturday fair; fresh westerly .Winds. JLoenI Wen titer Report. New Haven, October 25. a. m. , p. m. temperature 65 "Wind Direction 8 Wiod Velooity.. Precipitation 72 weather LtEaln Ft Uoudv Win. Temperature.... S Mux. Temperature.,.. 71 L. M. TARR, Local Forecaster. U. 8. Weather Bureau. Brief Mention. High water to-day, 6:16 a. m. Harper's and Scrlbner's Magazines for Kovember at the Pease, Lewis com- pany's. 'Lawyer James M- Sullivan, of this City, will be the orator of the day at the observance In Philadelphia on No , ivenrber 22 of the execution of the "Man chester martyrs." A big delegation of the Women's Auxiliary of the Y. IM. C. A. left yes terday morning via special trolley for Waterbury to attend the state confer ence, which was held in the Brass City. Burton Mansfield, of this city, will deliver a special address to the men and boys of St. Mark's 'parish in New Britain Sunday morning, taking as the subject "The Missionary Thank Offer ing." . Professor William E. Haesche of the Yale School of Music has been engaged to deliver a series of lectures on "The History of Music" at St. Joseph's Sem inary, Hartford. He will deliver the first lecture this evening. The New Haven road has placed an order with the Pennsylvania Steel Co. for 35,000 tons of steel rails for deliv ery In a few months and this large or der will be laid out bythe company as soon as the deliveries begin. The fiftieth annual session of the 'Association of New England Colleges will be held at Yale this year om Mon day and Tuesday of next week. Thir teen colleges will be represented by the president and one other professor from each. . The next general teachers' meeting will toe held in the High school audi torium next Monday at 4:15 p, m. "The subject will be "How to Develop Self (Reliance In the Pulpit." Papers will foe read on the Subject by several teachers who represent various grades and ages othe pupils. William J. Schlegel, aged eighteen, of 399 Columbus avenue, had the first and second fingers on his right hand very badly cut in a miring machine on which he was at wttrk yesterday arter , noon at Goetz's bakery on State street. He was taken to the Emergency hos pital. NATIONAL W. C. T.U. CONVENTION Opens To-Day in Parsons' Theater at ' Hartford. The national convention of the Wom en's Christian Temperance union will open at Parsons' theater In Hartford to-day. The chief event of interest at the opening session will be the address of the president. In the evening Governor Roberts will welcome the convention on behalf of the state, Mayor Henney on behalf of the city of Hartford, and several other addresses will be made. To-morrow will be set aside for the introduction of visiting delegates and distinguished guests. In the evening, which is called "World's W. C. T. U. Night," only speakers from other countries will ad dress the Meeting. The convention sermon will be preached by Rev. Anna H. Shaw in the theater on Sunday. Many members of the local branch of the W. C. T. U. have gone to Hartford to attend the convention. The session twill continue through Wednesday. To morrow a large delegation of the L. T. L., in charge of Mrs. Grace Lee, will Visit other L. T. L. members of this state and the country. Several of the ladies have contributed to pay the ex penses of taking the children" to Hart ford. RUBBISH FIRE. iNo. 4's chemical was called out to a rubbish Are at the corner of York and Chapel streets last evening about 6:30. The fire did more good than damage. If the nnby is Cutting Teeth, be sure and use that old and well tried remedy Hi?"., Wlnslw's Soothing Syrup, for children teething. It soothes the child softens .the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle LATEST FAIR HAVEN NEWS ITEMS Of INTEREST FROM ACROSS TIIE RIVER, Letter Carrier J. Cr-.In Meet With Ac cident Residence Purchased by C. E. Minor Edward Smith Shoots IllmselC ny Acciaeni conquerable sport on the Speedway Yesterday Afternoon Ail the Social, Church and Personal News. Maurice J. Cain, a letter carrier at Station A, fell in River street near Ferry street Wednesday, and fractured his knee cap. Sixteen years ago Mr. Cain fractured the same limb and suf iorea a great deal at that time. The fracture was reduced bv Dr. Sweet. Dr. uain nas been a carrier, for twenty-five years, and his many friends will re gret nis misfortune. Ho was acarrier rrorn Station A In the Eleventh ward. C. E. Minor has purchased the resi dence and land owned by the late Har vey R. Hemingway, and where he re sided many years, located at 1,190 Quln- nipiac avenue. The property was in ventoried at $6,200, and it was said that the selling price was about that amount. It was sold by the adminis trators, E. H. Barnes and R. G. Davis. While hunting in Branford Tuesday, Edward Smith of Quinniplac avenue ac cidentally shot himself in the foot Tho bullot has been extracted and the injured man Is getting very well. Joseph Boucher of Shelter street and Henry Brogan of Ferry street left last night for California, where they will make their home. T. D. Tiernan is In charge of the drilling of the minstrel troupe which is to give an entertainment in Harmonie hall next ntonth for the benefit of St. Francis' church. There is prospect of a big audience at the Grand Avenuo Baptist church this evening at 8 o'clock, to hear the lec ture by Dr. Weeks, pastor of Highland Baptist, church, Springfield, on "Barn yard Theology." This lecture abounds in fun-provoking sallies, together with some good practical sayings and prof itable advice, and wherever it has been hoard it has received unqualified praise. After the lecture Dr. Weeks will give a reception for his friends and together with an ice cream social the admission is ten cents. Friends here of Frederick B. Street. of East Haven were glad to learn yes- etrday of his nomination for state rep resentative. He received thirty-seven votes in the caucus to Selectman Woodward's seventeen. Both are well known here, and either one would make a good representative, but Mr. Street is especially commended because he has net been in politics, although when running for representative twelve years ago, he was defeated toy the denv ocratlc candidate, Attorney Grove J Tuttle. Mr- Street Is a sugar merchant and a deacon in the East Haven Con gregational church. S.. C. Burwell, the Front street fish dealer, said last evening that fish had been very scarce this week owing to the recent storms, which have interfer ed with the catches. Several months ago toe used to receive many boatloads of clams direct from the Cape Cod re gion, out now , these . shipments are made on cars. He is receiving consid erable halibut from Seattle, Wash, as the eastern fish have been scarce. Mrs. Susan I. Waters is intore.ted in the organization of a, lodge of the Daughters of Liberty In Wallingford, and will be present at the meeting to be held Monday evening, October 29. iMrs. Wators, who is the state organiz er, will make an address. Last evening a rehearsal of the min strel troupe of Qulnnlplao conclave of Heptasophs which Is soon to give an entertainment in Polar Star hall was at the home of S. C. Burwell in East Pearl street. James Smith of Howard avenue, who was knocked down by a car in Feiry street Thursday, received severe bruises but was able to be around yesterday. Despite the threatening weather the Clinton avenue speedway was the scene of considerable sport yesterday after noon, and there was a goodly number iof horses out. The race postponed one week ago was trotted. The same horses which raced two weeks ago were in the race Clifford Hubbard's Ted win ning three heats and the race; (R. E. Noble's Honest John was second, and noDert ma-Keiees Kose Bryan was third. Bryan was handicapped by draw ing a heavy wagon, while his competit ors were driving two-wheeled carts. Probably the same race will toe on next week, when Blakeslee's horse is likely to toe hitched up lighter. These horses are pretty evenly matched. Friends of Bryon believe that he can win, and then each of the three will toe winners in their respective races. George C. Bradley and Officer Mack were judges, and S. B. Bradley starter. Mr- Can dee, the photographer, was out with a fine stepping horse which showed con siderable speed. Walter Clark drove Domino, tout he was not speeded, but promises to be next week. Domino, it is believed, can beat any horse on the speed way. Blue Light showed up in his old form and won all the brushes In which he took part, tut was hard press ed by several others, some of the heats being won by Just ft neok. Mr. Mooney was out with a fine chestnut horse which showed much speed. This horse was formerly owned by Rev. John Rus sell. There were quite a number of good and speedy horses on the tra-ok-There wero about 300 spectators out, in cluding many women These speedway ; races are always looked forward to as a matter of considerable entertain ment. The police kept good order. YESTERDAY'S (PRACTICE. 'Varsity Scores Two Touchdowns Against the Second Team. The "Varsity lined up against the sec- ond team yesterday afternoon for a twenty-minute half and scored twice. The first touchdown was the result of straight football and the second was made by a run of three-quarters the I length of the field by Knox. He receiv- : ed the ball on a double pass from Tad Jones, and started down the field, dodg ing the opposing men for a touchdown. I Among the new coaches at the prac- , tiee yesterday were Dr. Fred. Murphy, 1 '97, and -Morris Ely, the famous Yale quarter. Morse played a fine game and, made, a series of long runs. : Tailor Shops, Our Shoes Are As Good as They Look. They are handsome to look at but,1 "Handsome is as handsome does." They arc good clean through. You get shoe satisfaction here. We guar antee every pair. No other shoe deal er gives you equal value or satisfaction.1 It's shoe insurance to buy here. $3.95 and $4.95. 854 Chapel St. MEN S APPAREL Furnishings Hats Clothing Shoes , DOC OORI)0t Dy Mary E 'Wilkin Frefinnn. "Dpc Gordon," by Mary E- Wilklns Freeman. The Authors and Newspa pers association, New York. 50c. This handsomely printed and Illus trated edition of 'Mrs. Freeman's bu colic is among the books whose sale in New Haven is authorized only to the Pease. Lewis Ckx 'Doc Gordon" Is the story of a mys tery and a passion, and, though a de parture from, the author's usual vain, is wholly and absorbingly interesting, and will prove so to a largo class of readers, who will prefer It to the au thor's other stories. Dr. Gordon Is the central figure of the story, and his sister, as the story makes her, is the key to the mystery, although the nieco plays an active part. There Is a mysterious man who Is determined to, see the face of the niece, and is suc cessfully thwarted until near the end of the story, and there Is a young doc tor, James Elliott, who at the opening of the story Is on his way to be assist ant to Dr. Gordon. The sequel to the mystery is well concealed until near the book's conclusion, and there are various powerful events to grip the reader's attention. The, character drawing also is excellent. SONS OF TEMPERANCE. State Delegates Elect Officers at Ses sion Here.' . Delegates from all parts of the state representing divisions of the Sons of Temperance met in this city yesterday, About one hundred were present, and both the morning and afternoon ses sions were largely attended. The morning session began at 10:30. G. W. P. Hoyt, of South Norwalk, was In the chair. Outside of the regular routine business the only Important topic was the discussion of introducing a benefit system. Whether this will bo Catarrh ofjhe Stomach A rieasant, Simple, Hut Safe and Effectual Cure for It. COSTS NOTHING TO TRY. Catarrh of the stomach has long b'eeh considered the next thing to incurable. The usual symptoms are a full or bloat ing sensation after eating, accompanied sometimes with sour or watery risings, a formation of gases, causing pressure on the heart and lungs and difficult breathing, headaches, fickle appetite, nervousness and a general played-out, languid feeling. There is often a foul taste In the mouth, coated tongue, and if the in terior of tho stomach could be seen it would show a slimy, -Inflamed condi tion. The cure for this common and obsti nate trouble is found In a treatment which causes the food to be readily, thoroughly digested before it has time to ferment and irritate the delicate mucous surfaces of the stomach. To secure a prompt and healthy digestion is the one necessary thing to do, and when normal digestion is secured the catarrhal condition will have disap peared. 1 According to Dr. Harlanson, the saf est and best treatment Is to use after each meal a tablet composed of Dias tase, Aseptic Pepsin, a little Nux, Gold en Seal and fruit acids. These tablets can now be found at all drug stores un der the name of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, and, not being a patent medi cine, can be used with perfect safety and assurance that healthy appetite and thorough digestion will follow their regular use after meals. Mr. R. S. Workman, Chicago, 111., writes: "Catarrh is a local condition resulting from a neglected cold in the head, whereby the lining membrane of the nose becomes inflamed and the pois- Vinous discharge therefrom, passing backward into the throat, reaches the stomach, thus producing catarrh of the stomach. Medical authorities prescribed for me for three years for catarrh of stomach without cure, but to-day I am the happiest of men after using only one box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. I cannot find appropriate words to ex- 1 J A" !,.. 1 m Press my go"u T e-, i V loma flesh' ,aPPftlte and souni3 rest from their Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the saf est preparation as well as the simplest and most convenient remedy for any form ot .waiswm.ii, -"'" " aiumacn, biliousness, sour stomacn, heartburn and bloating after meals. Send your name and address to-day for a free trial package and see for yourself. Address F. A. Stuart Co., 58 Stuart Building, Marshall, Mich. WON TI ES. SIGHTS. October 20, 30. Soene-r and Oborn's 1 j Big Scenic and Mechanical Production, no FifJn zA venue : 2 N. Y. STORES 183 Broadway 39-41 Cortlandt Street done or not is not yet decided. In the afternoon the election of offi cers took place and resulted as fol lows: G. W. P. Rev. Joshua Denton, of this city. G. W. A. Miss Eva Hutchlns, of Hartford. Grand scribe Harry G. Anderson, of South Manchester. Grand treasurer C. E. Hart, of this city. . - Grand chaplain Albert A. Baldwin, of Milford. , ( Grand' conductor Burton E. Hawley, of Winsted. Grand sentinel Miss Louise Hudson, of Fair Haven. 1. G. W. P.-Frederlck Hoyt, of South Norwalk. Grand superintendent Y. P. W. Miss Ida M. Adams, of Hartford. The harmonious session closed at 6:43 o'clock. The members of the grand division were the guests of Harmony division, of this city, last evening and were en tertained socially at the local division's rooms in the Insurance building. The semi-annual session of the Sons of Temperance will be held in Winsted on the fourth Thursday in April, 1907, and the next annual at Bridgeport, CUflTlS FREED, Man Who Shot Colonel Heublein Not Insane. Mlddletown, Oct. 25. Judge Wheeler In tho superior court to-day handed down a decision on? the petition f Dan iel J. Curtis, of Springfield, for his dis charge from the MIddletown Insano asylum on the ground that he is not in sane, and tlie petition Is granted. Judge Wheeler ordering 'the release of Curtis from the Institution. Curtis attempted to shoot Colonel Louis Hpublein in Hartford during an argument over a sum of nvwey which Curtis said Colonel Heublein owed him on a lumber deal, and at the superior court trial Inter, pij, the testimony of an insanity commission, Curtis was found not guilty on the ground of Insanity. He was ordered sent to the Insane asy lum for a year or more, or until clrcum. stances warranted his release. TO-MOBBOIW'S FOOTBALL Yale and Amherst Here Princeton s. Cornell. The crucial period of the football season Is at hand, and to-morrow the llrst toig game of the season is to be played. This Is the Princeton-Cornell match at the polo grounds In New York. Yale's game for to-morrow Is with Amherst at the Yale field. Amherst has a strong team as usual, and the game will probably be a good try-out for tho home team. It is likely that there may bo some changes in the Yale line-up from that of the other games. This will be Amherst's first game with one of the big college teams. A minor game of considerable inter est in this city to-morrow is that be twoen the Brooklyn Hoys' High school and the New Haven High, which will too played at the field at 10:30 In the morning. The local boys were inter scholotrtic champions of Connecticut last season, and have several of last year's players left. The Brooklyn team year. A warm contest is expected. OABTOHIA. Boars tli Ttle K'n(1 Yol) Ha,B 'wa,IS Peoples Fish Market. We believe that BEST is Just about right for our customers and offer only the pick of the market. SALMON SALMON TROUT ; SMELT , NATIVE ,'BELS . " NATIVE FLOUNDERS ' LONG ISLAND STEAMERS " HARD CRABS LOBSTERS ...OYSTERS... Wo have all the best kinds In market Half Shells a Specialty. Wm.H.Wlison&Son. f.nnornc( RupniiS " -uilfjIGM Two 'Phones Swo 'Phones CHIEF CHANGES IN FOOTBALL. A Concise, Attractive Pamphlet Printed for Practical Use. A little pamphlet telling the chief changes In the football rules for this V6qp i-- 1 j nf nhnraa n. . --"i Illtiy UO UULl lire w.e,e at me store, of the Gamble-Desmond company. They' are given by the firm with its compliments, and as requests for them "i"ve come rrorn as -ouston there is.no doubt that the compilation is of use. ' The rules have been printed in good sized type in blue on a white ground. On the outside cover is a picture of Captain "Sariimy" Morse in character istic pose. They may be obtained at the inform ation desk. s. sToyix Ladies' Tailor, Announce Hint lie Is now prepared to exhibit Lis new goods (or the Fall and Winter season... The stock is especially fine and Includes nil ot the latest novel ties in Fnbcy nnd Tallor-Mndc Suitings, Wraps, Etc. .- 171-173 Orange Street mo? Studies to secure beauty of design and color in Home Decoration. NEWHAVENO MANICURING, CHIROPODY FACIAL MASSAGE., SCALP TREATMENT, HAIR DRESSING, MARCEL WAVING. Mary E. Lengel, 840 Chapel Street, Ilnbingcr Building. N Room 6 nnd 7. ' Increased busness ' has necessitated more room, and the large back parlor has been taken and fitted up and fur nished, I have now two private rooms for Facial Massaging, and am better prepared to administer treatment which is strictly in accordance with the lat est and most scientific methods. The best and most gratifying results Inva riably follow treatment by my method. :Now ,1s the time to have tan and all ' fascial blemishes removed. J iRealp treatment receives particular ' attention, and hair desslng by a noted ' Parisian expert lifts received the warm est praise from hundreds of delighted patrons. A choice line of Wavy Switches and all-over nets, also a com plete list of toilet preparations, includ ing a new and wonderfully efficacious external preparation for reducing su perfluous flesh on the face, such as double chin, etc. mYummmm CHOICE GOODS AT WYLIES. I t " t T ENGLISH CHI5TA WARE. 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V All information cheerfully given. service this year from the street mains into buildings are request ed to order same not later. than Nov. first. GAS. - ECONOMICAL. Gas Light Go. Crown Street. ' OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. Cigars are not worth three CENTS STRAIGHT. 1 Brass Bell Horn, 1 large Nickel Flower Horn, 1 Nickel Horn Crane, 1 best quality Chip Brush. PIANOS 07 CHURCH STREET.