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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AKD(g5ER,FEIDAT MAROT 22 1907,
ALWAYS WELCOME, t Oar stock of house furnishings, Furniture, carpet, rug X ranges, baby carriages and straw mattings are something to 4. to admire. We carry only reliable grades. , A mean article T can't come Into ibis store or go out of it. We are homc-inak- J ers. We sell for cash to those who have the ready money, fr and on credit to those who want to Buy thnt way. We like to i have people come In and see our goods even if they have no J J idea of buying at nil. 4 This week we shall make a special low price on Rugs and 4 J Carpets, for spot cash. 0x12 Tapestry Rug, 913.00 "Mornvlnn Huk," band-made, moth proof, strictly sanitary mnterlnlis used, of the highest 4, grade, I)xl2, regular SI3.25 Very Special 10.00 One 0x13 American Oriental Rug, been used n little, reg- X lar price 38.00 Special nnd n big bargain for 35.00 .5. 8-3x10-0 Axmlnster Rug, regular $36.00 Special 19.50 j flllt-o-MlsM Tapestry Carpet, A few patterns of Roxbury i-trj- viirpci niuue, regular qu.zu Remnants Tapestry and Velvet 5 j.i". inv-uvs, ncrc ti.uu, uuu sriL.ti . . . . special ai o.c, ouc, j. t nnd "5c- I Royal Terry Filling, was 40c. Special 33c. X ' All wool Ingrain Filling, regular 85c Special 05c. ! 3J Ingrain Carpets, BOc, 05 and 85c. .Special 40c, BOc, nnd 70c. ' 6x0 Kashmir Rug Special 5.75 T X 0x10-0 Kashmir Rug Special $10.50 0x12 Kashmir Rug Special $11.00 I THE H .1. BULLARD CO., I I 58-60 Oranga Street. hy put off to-morrow the things that should be done today? Better order your Gas Range now later X. , all gas pipers will be busy and besides Prices on Gas Ranges will be advanced April 1st. -SX n ifl The J. H. Gas :t7rl. Light Co. - V.'-nJ . 'Salesroom 1 ( ' Ji'Vfl 93 CROWN STREET 1 THE STANDARD McCUSKER 4 SCHROEDER'S BEST COAL FOR CASH. 6.50 26 Church St. The Chatfleld Paper Co. 1 c.2?83o.. , j State Street Most Complete Line ci t per ccd 7 wine in State iift At Your Grocers, Good 41 Delicious -Fresh-Crisp and Nntriaoits! ' ' -T p-iirowBngB-ftji 1 1 WliUHIJMlH J UIHUCJ1 JUMP HOME COMFORT Our Motto: Not How units'. W Si . ft. 1 1 p- ;&) T. G. WHITEHEAD, Heating The Old SUM Ga!pt Store." very Special $0.50 reversible, Turkish design, regular 05c Special 75c V Tapestry Carpet, the best Tnp- ,5, special ooc. Carpets, from 4 yds. to 10 until Order Now. 55 Railroad Ave. For GifrvrindChildreoN Cheap, But How Good. If you are looking for a FURNACE to Heat your house comfortably, sea th HARSTOW BAY STATE. It means com tort In the home. Too often the source of our dlsoom fort lies in the Cellar. Quality Counts when It Means Com fort, and too often ten or fifteen dol Ibts saved on the first cost means fall. uro for years to properly beat the bouse. Tho BAY STATE Is Cast to Last. Price and Quality are usually com mensurate. Th? BAY STATE is adapted for heat ing the Humblest Cot or Mtt Irreten tions Munition. The Bay State does not please for One or Five years only, but gives the Fame goon results for Ten Fifteen and TWENTY-FIVE YEARS. See our BAY STATE COMBINATION. WARM AIR AND HOT WATER HEAT KR. also our BARSTOW BAY STATE 6TEAM AND HOT WTER HEATERS. We carry a full line of all these goods so that one may see and inspect th goods they are going to buy. CaTl and see It Air Information cheerfully given. Enaineer. 2S0 STATE STREET NEW HA VEX, ' b -i m COMMISSION IN LUNACY STILL IN THE BALANCE (Continued from First Page.) the waiving of professional privilege. Tne defense seemed inclined to the view that Justice Fitzgerald had held Dr. Hamilton's evidence could not be taken into consideration, and that con sequently the district attorney's posi tion was materially weakened. Dr. Hamilton was first called Into the case by Thaw's lawyers, and it was while he was in their employ that he made his examination of the defendant. Under the law he cannot testify without an express waiver from the man who was his patient. Mr. Jerome's affidavits submitted to day embraced the opinions of his seven experts who have heretofore testified, and a statement by Irvin S. Cobb, tt newspaper reporter, who gave the text of the statemef.i which Thaw issued at the conclusion ot Mr. Jerome's long and severe cross-examination of his wife. The experts are Drs. Flint, Mabon, Macdonald, Pritchard, Ferris and Dle fendorf. Mr. Jerome, In presenting his affida vits, called particular attention to the one signed by Dr. Carlos F. Macdonald, who, after reciting what he has wit nessed in court, his observations of Thaw immediately after the tragedy and what he has learned as to epilepsy and hisanity in various branches of the Thaw family, declares that he is firmly convinced that Thaw is suffering from paranoia, and t&at while he knew enough to realize the nature and qual ity of his act when he ahot and killed Stanford White, he is now, and for some time past has been, Incapable of understanding 'the proceedings against him. , Dr. Hirsoh, while agreeing In the main contention of Thaw's insanity, says that Thaw knew what he was doing on June 25; that ho was suffering from a form of mental disease commonly known among those skilled 11 mental diseases as paranoia, and "in, my opinion," Dr. Hirsch adds, "the form of mental dls ease in the said Harry K. Thaw is such that he cmnot possibly recover from the same." . The reporter, Cobb, in his affidavit, sets forth the facts connected with Thaw's dramatic manner of issuing his statement concerning Mr. Jerome's cross-examination of Evelyni Thaw. All these facts were narrated at the time the insistance of Thaw that the report er should sign and seal an envelop con tnining the original of the statement and compare the original with the typewritten copies which were subse quently handed to hm for distribution among the other-newspaper men at the trial. District Attorney Jerome occupied most of the time the court was in ses sion to-day In a personal explanation of the reasons which had hindered him from earlier calling the attention of the court to Thaw's present state of mind- He snid he had long been convinced that the defendant was of sound mind but he had no way of legally bringing the matter to the attention of the court until Dr. Hamilton was put on the stand by the defense. Mr. Jerome said ha could not have called Dr. Hamilton on account of the professional privilege which tho defense could have Interpos ed as a bar to any testimony the learn ed expert 'might have to offer. Mr. Delmas declined again to waive any privilege with regard to Dr. Ham ilton on the ground that If the district attorney's contention as to the present insanity of the defendant is sound, his lawyers have no right to walse any thing for if lunatic. It had been rumored all day that Mr. Dc-lmast would not be in court this afternoon 'because of the attitude as sumed by some of his associate coun sel yesterday. All the attorneys were present, however, when Justice Fitzger ald took his place on the bench. Mr. Delmas alone was heard by Justice Fitzgerald. Twice Mr. Hartrlflge at tempted to enter the argument but was rapped down by the judze. ANOTHER BROADSIDE AT THE PROFESSIONAL LOBBY (Continued from First Page.) "You and I are glad to know that so far as Connecticut is concerned these great scandals have hardly touched us. Yet we are not without fault. Our laws should be made and administered so that our banking system shall be absolutely safe, and our insurance bus iness protected beyond any possible peril, v "At your annual banquet last April I congratulated you upon the higher tone Hartford had taken in city politics. (That was the night you nominated mo for governor, so it's all your fault). The Hartford awakening was a part of the general awakening that has since stirred the entire state, Inspiring every decent citizen to a realization of per sonal rsponslbility in public affairs. "And so wide spread has grown the sentiment In favor of sound government that the general assembly cannot afford to close its ears to the ringing dr rr.ands of public opinion. There are men in the political life of Connecticut who mean business, and their recom mendations can only be sidetracked by irittri'ering with the legislature. "Certain laws are necessary and right, and if we do not get them the people will ask the reason why, and you can rest assured they will find out toe reason why. No legislator can win There is amy stno That Is Similarly named remedies sometimes This first, anil nrierina.1 Gold Tablet 1. a WHITE PACKAUE with black md red Uttering, and bean the signature TIE BOYS ID ECZEMA OF Hi One Mother's Trials Little Ones Treated at Dispensary for Three Months Did Not Seem to Im prove SufferedFive Months. ALL WERE PERFECTLY CURED BY CUT1CURA "My three children had eczema for five months. A little sore -would ap pear on the head and seemed very itchy, increasing day after day. The baby had had it about a week when the sec ond boy took the disease and a few sores developed, then the third boy took it. For the first three months I took them to the N Dispensary, and they told me that the children had ring worm, but they did not seem to im prove. Then I heard of the Cuticura Remedies, and I thought I would write you about my case, and when I got the Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Oint ment I bathed the children's heads with warm water and Cutioura Soap and then applied the Cuticura Oint ment. In a few weeks they had im proved, and when their heads were well you could see nothing of the sores. I should be very glad to let others know about the great Cuticura. Remedies. Mrs. Kate Keim, 513 West 29th St., New York, N. Y Nov. 1, 5, and 7, 1906.'' CUTICURA GROWS HAIR Removes Dandruff and Soothes Itching, Irritated Scalps. Warm shampoos with Cuticura Soap,' end light dressings with Cuticura, the purest and sweetest of emollients, atop lauing nair, remova crusts,-" scales, and dandruff, destroy hair parasites, boo the irritated, itching surfaces, stimulate the hair follicles, loosen the scalp skin, supply the roots with en ergy and nourish ment, and make the hair erow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy scalpwhen all else fails. For ail purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery, Cutioura Soap, and Cuticura Ointment are priceless. Complete External and Internal Treatment tot Fvery Humor ot Infant!, Children, and AdultB con suls ot Cuticura Soap (20c.) to Cleanse tho Bkin, Cuticura Ointment (fiOc.) to Heal the Skin, and Cuticura Resolvent 60c), (or In the farm or choco late Coated Pills, 25c. per vial ot 00) to Purify the Blood. Sold throughout the world. Potter I)ru8 & Chem. Corp., Sole Props. Boston, Mass. oa-Malied free, Cuticura Book oa Skin aad Scalp Diseases, on a demurrer to a complaint filed by the public opinion of the state. "The recommendations in my mes sage to the general assembly are the recommendations of the people of this state. My message is merely a state ment of what the people want and what they wll have done sooner or later. My message was based upon an exhaustive study of the political conditions of the commonwealth, and asked the general assembly to pass certain laws and to amend certain laws Wiat will result in meeting the present requirements of the state. ( "Take, for example, the question of trial by jury a thing that constitutes one of 'the fundamental rights of Amer ican citizenship. There is a bill now before the general assembly adjusting this great matter that ought to.be passed without question. There is no reason why it should not become a law, and if our representatives are were to represent the people it will become a law; and if they do not represent the people, wlro do they represent? "I strongly urge upon you to use your influence as business men of Hartford to make this question plain to the representatives in the general assembly. As the law now stands, an action for damages is a waste of time and money. No justice can be obtain, because the law permits the defendant to default, and the case cannot be tried before a Jury without consent of both parties to the suit. What a ridiculous situation this is Wiat exists nowhere else in the United States outside of Connecticut! "They tell you I am trying to abolish the lobby. So I am. The secret and corrupting influence that has hung around the state-house for a generation must go. It has no standing among honest men. A square advocate of any bill Is welcome, but the system known as the professional lobby, which works underground like a mole and In the dark, can no longer be tolerated in the capltol of Connecticut. I would make a lobby of the whole state and would take the people into confidence upon all matters of legislation. The strong est lobby is public opinion, and that is always on the side with justice and decency. "There are so many things of vital consequence to your general ' welfare that they can only be considered one at a time, nor is this the place nor the occasion to dwell at length on. these public concerns. "After a good dinner you want a good time, and I will not hold you any long er from those special treats which your toastmaster has in store for you. "I answer to "The State of Connecti cut' and offer these few suggestions to show you that the people of our groat state are watching its public men. "Every one of us will be called to give a strict account for the part we are now playing in the performance of our public duty, and we shall not need to wait for the judgment day, either." 99 IN WASHINGTON, D. C. Attorney Alexander Cummlng, of this city, spent last week in Pittsburg as a delegate from Connecticut, appointed by President James H. Macdonald, at tending the fourti. annual convention of the American Road Makers' associ ation, held at Carnegie hail. This week he is in Washington, D. C. On Monday he had an interview with President . Theodore Roosevelt. On Tuesday, upon motion of Solicitor-General Henry M. Hoyt, he was made a member of the United States Supreme court. He is stopping at the New WU-lard. DIED AT THE SOLDIERS' HOME. South Norwalk, March 21. The re mains of James J. Gi'.Sert, who died at Fitch's Soldiers' home, have been taken to Waterbury for burial. He wa.s a veteran of Company C, Fourteenth Connecticut Volunteer infantry, and was sixty-nine years old. TO PREVENT THE GRIP. LAXATIVE BRUMO Quinine removes tho cause. To get the genuine call for full name and look for signature of E. W. Grove. 25c. An abundance of " Fresh Vegetables. SPINACH EGO PLANT CAULIFLOWER Hnbbnrd SQUASH NEW DEETS Fresh MUSHROOMS Florida LETTUCE RADISH GREEN PEPPERS BERMUDA ONIONS WATER CRESS STRING BEANS SALSIFY HOTHOUSE CARROTS BERMUDA POTATOES HOTHOUSE TOMATOES VINELAND SWEET POTATOES HOTHOUSE CUCUMBERS The R, H, Nesbit Co Cor. Rim acd Church Streets. Tel 872. BRANCH i 275 EdgeTrood Aveaaa. TeL 284-1. Free Demoniitrntlon of the Famous "While House Coffee." We Invite you to sample n enn dar. Iiik the Demonstration nt our store from Mnrch lfllli, to 23rd. With ench purrhnite of this High Grade Coffee we will Rive free during the Denionstrntlon a hook rontnlnlnit the IIlHtory of the White House. Wc guarantee Satisfaction. Very respectfully, youra, DIETTER BROS. EVERY ONE out of the 1,000 houewIve who huy Meat nnd Groceries or In fnet any thing in the entlnie line of us, recom mends tin to their friends. Ilecause what they purchase In our store can always be relied on. Our meats are of the best quality obtainable, our poultry fresh ktllnd nnd In fnet everything; that should adorn a dlnlna; room table Is ofi (he very best that money can buy. Re convinced by telephoning or come yourself nnd see. Dietter Bros. 203 Whalley Ave., Tel. 4817. 43 Grove Street. Tel. 1394-2. Wttotltvtl "Tall oaks from little acorns grow." .In like manner many a fine collection of family sil verware began with the purchase of half a dozen teaspoons. MOXSON'S JEWELRY STORE presents an exceptionally attractive collection of sil ver, comprising designs for every conceivable purpose and covering a wide range of prices. Start the young house, keeper with the BEST only 857-9 Chapel Si. One of our STRONG POINTS is repairing, whether it be jewelry, silverware, optical goods or any kind of time pieee. WELLS & GUNDE, JEWELERS. 788 CHAPEL STREET. When You Buy Silverware you want the best. We can sell you solid silverware or the best plated ware. For cleaning silver we carry In stock WRIGHT'S SILVER CREAM. We use it on our own silver and high ly recommend it to you. DURANT, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. Tl CHUUCH STREET. Opposite Post OOlcc 0 Spring Oxfords, Ribbon Ties, ' and Pumps. Gun Metal, Bright Leather and Tan, Pumps, Oxfords and Two and Three Eyelet G-ibson Ties short fore parts, Cuban $2.50, $3,00, $3.50, $4.00 See Windows 1 and 2. ONLY GOOD SHOES. The New Haven Shoe Company 842 and 846 Chapel Street. ESS Canned Vegetables. Seasonable Goods Spinach, Blood Red, Beets, both better thnn the fresh arown. 12H per can. ... Maine Sweet Corn, fit for any table, 1 & 12c per can. Pens, nil grndea and sUes, 10c up. ' String- Beans, Green aad Wax, Lima Beans, Succotash, etc., bargain prices. 1 .oiives''; . ' x Largest bottle, largest olives 2Sc, Stuffed or Plain Olives, good alased bottles, 10c each. . ' Poultry ; x Wo have very nice Chicken, Ducks, Turkeys and Fowl. " Fresh Eggs Perfectly fresh Eggs, 20c per do. Country Eggs, 24c per doi. California Oranges x X We have both California and Florida Oranges from 20e to 30c per dos for quality the best we have had this season. D. M. WELCH & SON. 28-30 CONGRESS AVENUE Am HAVEN xvtjst HAVEW i Miss Violet iR'. Miller, artist, of Short Beach, Branford, was a member of the 'social committee at the opening recep tion Wednesday evening at Y. M. C. A. bulldinsr of the New Haven Paint and Clay club's seventh annual exhibi tion. Miss Miller, who waa recently ap pointed to the membership of the club, has two portraits in the exhibition this HOMEMADE SAUSAGE. Try our Sausage If you do not al ready know what they are. One trial will Convince you as to their qualities. NO PRESERVATIVE of any kind whntsoever nsed no water no cerenl no cracker dust. Simply country pork and Bennett & Simpson's pure spices. 20 Cents psi Pound. The S. W. HurlburtCo. 1074 Chapel St. : Till nT a r If f-T- n n in Art I EV5AHKH I UU,I We offer today the choicest article in the $ New Haven Market- I 4 8k f A consignment of ? fat, luscious, fresh t killed GUILFORD BROILERS 180 TEMPLE STREET. I Telephone 443. 4 Ci if r heels, plain toes, no tips and $5.00. 323LB8S year, subjects, "A Golfert" and "Girl and Violin.'.' The gallery Is open from 10 to 5 each day fora limited period; Many requests for tickets for the an nual dance of the hoBpltal corps have been received by the committee. The hospital corps' dance Is' scheduled for Monday evening, April 1. (Easter Mon day night) In Lenox hall, and is al ways a very pleasant and well attended affair. , USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE. A penvder to be shaken Into the shoes. Tour feet feel swollen, nervous nd damp, and get tired easily. If you have aching feet try Allen's Foot-Ease. It rests the feet and makes new or tight shoes easy. Cures aching, swollen, sweating feet, blisters ; and callous spots. Relieves chilblains, corns and bunions of all pain and gives re3t and comfort. Try it to-day. . Sold iby all druggists and shoe stores, 2Bo. ' Don't accept any substitute. Trial package FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. T. Fresh Fish Prices A big sale Friday at State Street Store. HADDOCK ...Se lb. FLOUNDERS lOe lb. HERRING 8e lb. COD TO 1101 L .......... J2e lb. SEA PERCH 12C lb. COD STEAK 14c lb, SEA TROUT ...14c lb. MACKEREL 15c eaeh HALIBUT 18c lb. SHAD 25c eaeh . SALMON ,..22c lb, OYSTERS fresh from Stony Creek, opened to order, 45c qt. CLAMS openers, 35c qt. Deliveries start 8 a. m., 10:30 a, m., nnrl 3:30 rt. m. HEIXZ'S INiDIA RELISH 22c Jar. This week only. i Two Telephones.. .Call 4200. S. S. ADAMS. CORNER STATE and COURT STREET. 309 Hotrnrd Ave, 250 Davenport Are, OOD Howard Ave. 155 Lloyd Street. 715 Grand Ave. I Shtltoa Are.