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KEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. SATUliDAY JANUARY 5 1907 liottmal ami ewaxtet Saturday, January' 5 1007. DELIVERED BY CARRIERS IN THE CITY. 12 CENTS A WEEK. 60 CENTS A MONTH. S3 FOR SIX MONTHS, ti A YEAR. THE SAME TERMS BY MAIL. SINGLE COPIES, 3 CENTS. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. M you are going away, for a short or Jong period, th Journal and Courier wl be ent to you by mall with"" extra charge. The address may be "hanged as often as desired. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TO-DAY. Elf? Day H. s. Adams . ' Beecham's Pills Druggists'. 2 Entertainments Hyperion. 7 Kst. C. Goldsborough Probate Notice. 5 ii i . E' sPencer Probata Notice. 5 Hotels Chalfonte, Atlantic Cit, N. J. 1 Jamaica Hamburg-Am. Line. 6 Jewel Packets Monson. 12 Kitchen Thinks J. B. Bassett & Co. 4 McDowall's Magazine 68 Wall St. 5 Postum Grocers'. s Stuart's Tablets Druggists'. 12 Stationery The Ford Co. 4 Special Reductions Hamilton & Co. S Sea Food Wm. H. Wilson & Son. R Trina Sn Panlfi. x xy . n Underclothes Gamble-Desmond Co. fi White Goods The Chas. Monson Co. 5 vynite sale Howe & Stetson Co. wanted Girl 184 Livingston St. 5 Wanted Help 168 Dixwell Avenue. 5 WEATHER ItECuKD. Washington, D. C, Jan. 4, 8 p. m. Forecast for Saturday and Sunday For Eastern New York: Fair,, colder Saturday: Slinrtuv fair warmer In ?no Interior; diminishing northwest winds becoming variable. For New England: Colder and fair eaiuraay except snow in eastern Maine; diminishing north winds; Sunday fair, (warmer in west portion. Locnl Weather Report. New Haven, January 4. a. m. p.m. Temperature in 41 Wind Dir,otlon S NW Wind Velocity it) 10 Preoipltatlon . 1 .4a weather Cloudy Clear Win Xempeniture 4i Max, Temperature.... 4 L. M. TARR, Local Forecaster, U. S. Weather Bureau. Brief Mention High water to-day, 2:42 p. m. Dr. Henry W. King has one of the colds so prevalent, but Is attending to his practice. ' The New Haven high and Ansonia ' high basketball teams will play to ; night at Anderson's gymnasium. The local high school team is In much bet ter,formnow than It has been In some time. , Physicians and druggists state that the epidemic of grip, severe colds and malarial fever that has settled upon the people of New Haven has not been sur passed in many years. This has been a record winter for sudden changes In tjpjnerature and humidity. ? Freight conditions at the local yards, " as In all the railroad yards of big lines ' , in the country, are badly congested just at present; In fact, every available bit of track is taken up. The extra tracks opposite the depot, on land where the new station will in some future time be built, are packed to the limit with freight cars. STOCK MARKET FEATURES Continued from Eleventh Page.) ' value ($5), above Its recept low price tof 10 1-4; and a sharp rise in Trinity some 10 points above Thursday's clos ing price to 39. The latter stock was belnx: manipulated. In Boston yesterday the market fair ly boiled In couper stocks, of which fuliy fifty were represented In the rnwnlng dealings. Trinity led with 50.000 shares 1 nthe first half of the day, and numerous others were dealt In to the amount of from 3,500 to 20,000 Shares. " The National City Bank of Chicago is the name of the new national bank now being organized In that city by D. R Forgan. Its capital will be,$l, 600.000. i It was announced yesterday that the closing of the transfer books of the Great Northern 'Railway company In connection with the new stock issue has been postponed until January 10. The first payment ws fixed for Jan uary 14. New York banks this week have gained $2,937,000 on the currency move merit. On interior operations the ex cess of receipts over transfers amount ed to $3,012,000, but on operations with the sub-treasury the banks lost $75,000. As as sample of the profits ot the largest bank in the west during the year 1906, the First National of Chlca go may be taken. It earned 1R.2 ier cent., or $1,459,182, on the capital stock, and showed deposits December 31 tof $97,886,132. BRITISH WAR OFFICE CAT. A matter of momentous concern has just corne before the army council the future existence of the black cat of the war office. It appears that the great transfer of the war office staff from Pall Mall to Whitehall has caused anxiety as to the fate of the several cats which have made their home at this government office. The black cat is the most fa mous of these, having had the entree to the secretary of state's roam on more than one occasion. Recently the manageress of a home for lost and straying cats wrote a for mal letter to the council offering to harbor the black cat and promising to eend a special van to Pall Mali to con vey it to the same. The council, however, after due de liberation decided to keep the black cat on the war office strength and to transfer the ai.nal to the new buildings in Warhall. London Daily Mail. . Eva -"Is It true that the count drinks freely since you jilted him?" it Katherine "I suppose so. He must drink freely or not at all. No one ever " heard of his treating." 'Chicago Daily DEER ARE NOT TOO PLENTY OFFICIALS SAY COMINUED PAO TECTIOX IS X EC ESS ART. More Chasing of Deer by Dogs Than There Should he The Subject Ra tionally Considered by the State Fish nnd Gnnie Commissioners In Their Annual Report. , The state fish and game commission ers say in their annual report, relating to deer: "Evidently the deer are becoming more common in this state than was deemed possible a fey years ago, but the animal is not deemed sufficiently numerous to justify the hunting of it withous the risk of exterminating a species which should be kept in the state covers as long as practicable. Without continued protection extermi nation -would surely follow. Com plaint has been made by several per sons of damage done to fruit trees and to growing crops, and with the wise provisions made by the state for pay ing for the same, all of the parties have beeii satisfied. (However, infor mation comes to the commission that some of the public spirited farmers of this state have declared most emphati cally that they are opposed to any thing that would permit the killing o these beautiful wild animals and that they prefer to submit to any .small loss that may come to them. "It is too much to expect that all should take a similar view under try ing circumstances,: but the fact that same prefer to stand small losses to killing the wild animals indicates the esteem in which the deer are held by some, at least by those who have much cause for complaint. "There are several cases of deer hav ing been killed, and probably several have been run to death by dog3. In all of these cases we have instructed the wardens to investigate to ascertain the cause of death and dispose o the car cass. During the past two years a number of deer have been killed by trains and. electric cars and other moans; also others have been drowned, some have been illegally shot, but cases of this kind are few and to ob tainevidence sufficient to secure a on vlction is generally an impossibility. "Whether by accident or supposed Il legal hunting or otherwise every case which has come to our notice has been promptly Investigated and in every in stance every clue has been followed out as far as practicable, If there was any reasonable grounds.for suspicions of illegal acts. "There is more chasing of deer by dogs than there ought to be and if owners of dogs knew that a dog would be liable to be shot, by an officer, If found chasing a deer, and also the ownowner be liable to a fine, more care would be exercised to kep the dog un der restraint. It Is to be hoped that such a law will be placed on the stat utes. The law permitting an officer or any other person to kill dogs running at large chasing deer, exists in nearly every state where deer abound. It is absolutely necessary if deer are to be protected." TAKES A STREET CAR. A Portland Dog Who Cart Travel About the City by Trolley. If there Is a wiser dog In the city of Portland, Ore. than Bonnybred Stilletto, Frank E. Watkins's white English bull terrier, his Identity Is yet to be discovered. Stiletto has probably as wide a cir cle of friends In Portland as any four legged beast in the city, and those who know him say he can do anything but talk. He is the particular pet of the patrons of the Irvington Street car line and is greeted with as much cordiality when he hops aboard the car for his daily ride to the Kennel Club as would be accorded any human "good fellow." THE YALTJE OF CHARCOAL. Few reonle Know How ITsefnI It Is in Preserving' Henlth nnd Beauty. Costs Nothing to Try. 'Nearly everybody knows that char coal Is the s.ifest and most efficient disinfectant and purifier in nature, but few realize its value when taken into the human system for the same cleansing purpose. Charcoal is a remedy that the more you take, of it the better; it is not a druff at all, but simply absorbs the gases and impurities always present in the stomach and intestines and car ries them out of the system. Charcoal sweetens the breath after smoking, drinking or after eating on ions and other odorous vegetables. Charcoal effectually clears and Im proves the complexion, it whitens the teeth and further acts as a natural and eminently safe cathartic. It absorbs the injurious gases which collect in the stomach and bowels; it disinfects the mouth and throat from the rioisn of catarrh. All druggists sell charcoal in one form or another, but probably the best charcoal and the most for the money i-5 in Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges; they are composed of the finest pow dered Willow charcoal, and other harmless antiseptics in tablet form or rather in the form of large, pleasant tasting lozenges, the charcoal being mixed with honey. The daily use .of these lozenges will soon tell In a much Improved condition of the general health, better complex ion, sweeter breath and purer blood, and the beauty of it is, that m possi ble harm can result from their continr ued use, but, on the contrary, great benefit. A Boston physician, In speaking of the benefits of charcoal, says; "I ad vise Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges to all patients suffering from gas in stomach and bowels, and to clear the complex ion and purify the breath, mouth and throat; I also believe the liver is I greatly benefitted by the daily use i,t them; they cost but twenty-five cents i a box at drug stores, and although in some sense a patent preparation, yet I believe I get more and better charcoal in Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges than in any of the ordinary charcoal tablets." Send your name and address to-daj for a free trial package and see for yourself. F. !A. Stuart Co., 56 Stuart Bldg, Marshall, Mich. He is the sworn "pal" of every street car crew on the Irvington line. They know him, look for him and treat him with consideration. All the motormen know where to look for him and where to let him off. Be always boards the car at the same place. Third and Morrison, and always alights at the same stop, the Irving ton Kennel Club. Stiletto travels alone and picks out his own cars. Independent of human guidance Stiletto knows his Portland, and finds his way about without con fusion, visiting his chosen haunts and stopping to was a friendly tail with dog acqanitances at different points, Stiletto's remarkable ability to pick out aparticular car from among a dozen running over the same line and to unerringly reach the destination for which he sets out is well known to 'travelers on the Irvington line in particular, for the Kennel Club is his favorite port of call, and Stiletto vis its there more frequently than any where else. Some months ago his master put Stiletto to board at the Kennel Club for a couple of weeks while he was out of town. Stiletto liked the place, and, while he was happy enough to be at homo again in his own , kennel in the rear of the Wakins residence in Eleventh Street, after his season of boarding out, he evidently remem bered with regret the dog sociability he had enjoyed at the Kennel Club for one day he was missing from his accustomed mat in his master's office and a few minutes later Mr. Watklns received a telephone message from the Kennel Club. "Your dog is here, Mr. Watklns," said the club attendant over the tele phone. "He just got oft the car and walked in." "Is that so?" answered Watkins. "Then he made good time. He was here on his mat 20 minutes ago. Bet ter put him on the care and start him back." That was how Stiletto's .independent car rides began, and now ha enjoys this recreation at .the expense of the street railway companies every day How does this dog know one car from another? At Third and Morrison, where Stil etto talies the Irvine ton car, cars of a dozen different destinations are passing all the time. Why should Stiletto know the Irvington , car from Morrison, the North and South Portland, the Broadway, the East Ankeny, the Montavilla, the Sunnyside, the Woodstock, the Rich mond, the Brooklyn or the Fulton cars? . Does the dog look for the black letter "I" on the front of the Irvington car, or does he differentiate the crews of the Irvington cars? Even Stiletto's master does not know the answer, and from the atti tude of, the dog himself,, sitting with an alert ear cocked up, and wiht bright eyes on every car that speeds, by, it would be difficult to tell by what, means It Is that he Instantly CASTOR I A For Infant3 and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of limax 50c boxes at Piatt's, 45c. oupe .Cure CLIMAX GRAIN MIXTURE HAS NO EQUAL. Full Line of Poultry The grank S. Piatt Company. LARGEST SEED HOUSE IX CONNECTICUT. 350-352 State Street, New Haven, Conn. is NATURAL PIANOSHOWN IN A plnno that from a mnnicnl taste. Mahogany in Kutnrc'a ,n.i. onim- ...... ...... j variegated, velvety graining tj.nt i.n.i nuiiifiiiiirn iiNen in pnver mi improir, may not up pea I to nil) but to tho.r nhn ...b ' piano for n lifetime, something uncommonly beautiTul LI " time enhances In beauty (for age darkens aad beantlne. natiiral hognny) this plnno is exceptional. In a word, It I, a verv .' instrument in a very choice case. It will be on exhlhltlnn w . days In our East window. "MBltion for a The TREAT & SHEPARD m 837 Chapel , Street. knows the Irvington car when it comes Into view. Dog fanciers say that canine intelli gence is measured by the purity of strain and breeding, that the longer the pedigree the wiser the dog. This theory may explain the almost human intelligence of Stiletto, for he is a dog of high degree. He was sired by Fire Chief and dammed by Blooms burby Blanch, both blue ribbon win ners in England, and he himself holds the championship in his class on the Northwest Circuit for 1904 and 1905. Stiletto is now a trifle more than three years of age, being whelped February 28, 1903, In Brooklyn. New York Hfrald. Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar Stops the cough. Cures the cold. Heals the sore throat. Certain, safe and pal atable. Your druggist sells it. Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in One Minute.. Are You Satisfied? Do You Get the Best Out o f Yaiir Autorao bile ? Do not risk storing year car in a dump, dark or cold pluce. Insure your machine by bringing It to the neiv UNIVERSITY GARAGE St. John and Olive Sts. Phone 10S7-2. Special low prices for the winter. We have the indent, best heated, best llfclited, best veutilnted and best equipped auto stullon. e ' - . We uo better tire work and "hove the most skilled nuto mechanics In our shops. Up-to-date enrs for rent nt all hour FOR POULTRY. $1.00 boxes at Piatt's 90c and Pigeon Supplies. MAHOGANY OUR EAST W'N DOW und art stnndnnlnt .1. ., coloring. ? thl .fJES". 1,UT lne sialned, red- art cannot inUta,-. .ni'IT'! nn ,i..r..... ... , 1 .in. ma choice ' a few "Senator, do you think that graft will eventually be eliminated from pol itics?" "Without doubt," replied Sena tor Badger assuredly. "But I think there will still be many politicians sus ceptibl eto certain persuasive influences that will be known by another name.'' iiilvvaukee Sentinel. A glance through our stock will surely give you an Inspiration what to give. TRY IT. RINGS AH stones set in solitaire, stripe or in cluster. STICK PUN'S set with stones or fancy shape, rose and Ilomnn finish. FODS Locket or Signet. A complete line of silver and turtle ebony toilet ware. WELLS & GUNDE, 7SS CHAPEL STREET. MONSON The Jeweler. Traveling Comforts. Jewel Pockets for carrying Passports, Mon ey or Jewels. Medicine Cases 2 most conveniently arranged. $ Toilet Cases f fwlth Brushes, Comb, Mirror, Razor, etc. t Jewel Boxes for Rings, Brooches, Stick i'lns, eic. Pocket Flasks mounted in Silver, Nickel or Leather. i Leather Cases containing Two. Three or Four Flasks for hand bag. 857-9 Chapel St I WATCnFS DURANT JEWELER 71 CHURCH STREET. New Haven, Conn. Opposite Post OHSee. CUT Gl ASS . STEJiT.XXd SII TER How Did the Storm Finil Your Riof? Easy to Go Through? If so, it Needs Attention. We make a specialty or ROOFING, LEADER and GUTTER WORK of nil kinds. The men we employ are experts In, t this line, and when we do your work you are assured of the best WORK MANSHIP, best MATERIAL ana REA SONABLE PRICES. . J, C. Cronan I Co. Heating and Plumbing Contractors, 6 Church Strest. Open Monday and Saturday Evenings. A FROST In Florida will mnke OranRtu, Grape Fruit nnd early vegetable higher. AVe will have a full supply for some time to come nt old prices. Improved Washington Navel Oranges are a little better than any others. J. B. JUDSON. BB6 Chapel Street. CHAPEL STREET rami n The Gun Store, minimi ii i , So. 5 CHURCH STREET. "HI8 MASTER'S VOICI" The Chatfleld Paner Co. 1298.30. ... Most Complete Line ci HOME COMFORT Our Motto: Not How Cheap, But How Good. ST? ft JA Si It I M ! )Mi 1 idriifw ft Sr'ilwF-.iiwftfWBlsW . 4?ff If T. G. WHITEHEAD, Heating Enqineer. "The Old Silas Gnlpla Store." 300 STATE STREET NEW HAVEN. I ilEKE IS KOTUlNtt LIKE McGUSKEE $ SCHROEDER'S Best COAL, $6.50 per Ton. 26 Church St. ' .55 Railroad Ave. STUDY Home work Is made easier by good light. No child that is obliged to study at home should be" denied the best possible Illumination, Poor light means ruined eyes, but good light saves them. A CAS PORTABLE 13 the best light for the study table. It sheds deflecting rays over the books but does not send a glare directly into the eyes. Order , now and let your children study In ' comfort. :,; NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT COMPANY, Salesroom, 93 Crown St., New Haven. , PI January AND- ! The A. B. CLINTON CO., 37 Church Street. Is the best place to gtt up-to-date JANUARY RECORDS for both the VICTOR and EDISON Machines. Everything there In Sporting; Goods nnd useful things, and everything guaranteed. i he Uiin btore , , JOHN E. BASSETT, Proprietor. i State Street liper sccrlvwie in fctate' If you are looking for a FURNACE to neat your house comfortably, see the BABSTOW BAY STATE. It means -om-tort In the home. Too nften the source of .our discom fort lies in the Cellar. Quality Counts whon It Means Com. fort, and too- often ten or fifteen dol lavs saved on tb first cost means fall, uro for years to oroperly heat the house. , The BAY STATE Is Cast to Last. ' Price and Quality are usually com. mensurate. ... .. , The BAY STATE Is adapted for heat, tn? the Humblest Cot or Most Preten tions Mansion. The Bay State does not 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 AIK AND HOT WATER HKAT FR. nlso f"r BARSTOW BAY STAT 19 STEAM AND HOT WTER HEATERS. We carry a full line of all these goods eo that one may see and Inspect the goods they are going to buy. . Call and see It. All information cheerfully grlvcn. fey 11 HOURS, I EZ3 hwwl.ds 38 Center Street.