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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. SATURDAY APRIL 0 1907 4f rf 4f idr -iy-wv- 3 efrifierator TO MAKE SELECTIONS FROM One Special for Spot Cash, $6.75. Baby Carriages and Go-Carts from Roxbury Top Carpet . Ingrain Carpet from 9x12 Kashmere Rug ." 9x10-6 Kashmere Rug . 6x9 .... We recane your chairs and make over your mattresses. FORD COMPANY EXHIBITION. THE H. 1. BULLARD CO, 56' 58-60 Orange Street. ' Magniflcnt Show Kooms of the Ford Company Open To-Night. To enable those who have leisure Sat urday evening the magnificent new show rooms of The Ford company in the Knights of Columbus building, will be open this evening for their thorough inspection. The management extends a cordial invitation to all who are inter ested in viewing artistic appointments and the magnificent display of precious stones and art ware from various narts of the world. To avoid any embarrassment on the part of any one desiring to visit the establishment, no goods will be offered for sale. Courteous attention will be extended to all who desire or seek In formation. The exhibition excels anything of itu kind ever held in any part of the state or country. The Woman PRESENTED WITH SIGNET RING. Captain E. Carter Hotchkiss Honored by Fellow Employes. Captain E. Carter Hotchkiss, of the good ship Seminole, a prominent mem ber of the Quinnipiac Canoe club and for nineteen years connected witt the cashier's department of the New Tork, New Haven and Hartford Railroad company at 154 Water street, has left the joys and pleasures of "camping'' in railroad life to take a responsible posi tion with a large commercial house in this city. His friends at the office, which means every one, presented him, as a token of their esteem, a signet ring and pin, and every one hopes Ed die will prosper. YITH a Gas Range and an Instantaneous Gas Water Heater, whose home is lighted by Gas, is not a slave to work. ' She saves money by it. The New Haven Gas Light Go, Salesroom, 93 Crown Street. Open Saturday Evenings. QUEER TRAIT OF A STATES MAN. King Victor Emmanuel has just lost a cousin by the death of old Joseph Saracca, who, it is true, was not a blood relation, but who was indebaed for his titular kinsmanshlp to the sov ereignto the fact that ha was one of the very few non-royal knights of the Italian Order of the Annunciation, all of whom rank as cousins of the mon arch. He was one of the most curious figu res of political life in Italy. Pied montese 'by birth, he possessed the Piedmontese qualities of sterling hon esty, financial astuteness and economy. The latter, indeed, was carried to such, a pitch that when he was appointed premier 'the comic papers represented him as bargaining for twenty one-cent glasses of lemonade with which to ena ble his friends to drink to tho ."ticcess of his administration. He was one of the oldest veterans of public life in Ita ly, having entered Parliament in 849. For many years he was mayor of his native town, Acqui. '' At one moment, when the Italian cit ies and towns were vying with one an other in erecting ugly but costly monu ments to Cavour, the citizens of Acqui thought it their duty to place a suita ble monument to the father of Italian unity on the central square of their town. Mayor Saracco yielded with re luctance to their importunities, tout in order not to disturb the finances of the municipality he ransacked the studios of half the slucptors in the kingdom, nd finally picked up for a mere noth ing a old forgotten and discarded statue of Cavour. This he transferred to Acqui and had it erected an the public square. His fellow-townsmen thereupon decided to celebrate the in auguration of the monument with great festivities, the cost of which the municipal treasury was expected to de fray. But Mayor Saracco, again trem bling for the municipal finances, got up arly one morning at daybreak and, .with the assistance of a few municipal employes, unveiled and inaugurated .the monument before the town was awake. "Marquise de Fontenoy" in the New Tork Tribune. discovered that John Howard Payne had never worn a beard. The sculptor, enraged and undaunted, proceeded forthwith to chisel the whis kers off of the marble image of the IrnmortiN author of "Home, Sweet Home," so that to-day the visitor to Georgetown's historic oH cemetery be holds the classic face in marble of John Howard Payne sans whiskers ex cept for a mustache. Washington Herald. JOTS OF LIFE IN HAWAII. SHAVED THE STATUE. : Near the entrance of beautiful Oalc Hill cemetery, Georgetown, where re uses the dust of James G. Blaine, Ed ward M. Stanton ana other great Americans, stands a fine statue of John Howard Payne, author of "Home, Sweet Home." The 'bringing home of the remains of this famous American, who died at his post in Africa genera tions ago, when he was serving there as United States consul, was the occa sion of a great national function more than twenty years ago., The late William Corcoran, the Washington 'banker and philanthropist, defrayed all of the expenses and also paid for the monument anl statue of Payne which mark his resting place in Oak Hill. The sculptor who executed the life size statue, had .palmed off on him as a picture of John Howard Payne the photograph of a man whose face was completely covered with a luxuriant growth of whiskers. Accord ingly he faithfully reproduced the whiskers in marble. Soon after the statue was set up in Oak Hill It was Mosquitoes the Only Flaw Not Even , Servant Problem. Birds ar every scarce In Hawaii writes Helen McCandless in the World's Work. Their music fills the quivering air. On wonders "why we do not all live- in this paradise, Where life seems to stretch out before one In a long, languid dream of delight. Suddenly through your dreaming comes a ruae awakening. The Hawal Ian mosquito, the one flaw in the gem the only thorn in the irarden. hai called to make your acquaintance and ma you welcome to his domain. The houses, with their broad verandas filled with palms and flowers am furnished with tables, chairs, ham mocks and grass rugs, are a paradise to the weary traveller. It is here tha the Honolulu people enjoy their golriou climate. The lawns, thick and velvety as 'a carpet, were kept in perfect order by the yard boys, for experienced servants Chinese Japanese and Portuguese can always be had. In fact, the (ser vant problem causes no worry to tha housewife, who has but little anxiety in this land of plenty. Everybody seems to take life easily. The offices close very early and no one seems to know what care is. The sugar barons, their capltol once rightly in vested, draw their dividends and the rest of life is required to spend them. We stop at the home of our friend, a bungalow that is the picture of comfort. One end of the veranda is used as a sun parlor, sheltered by win dows and screens, for what they call cold days 60 degrees above zero. Numerous rooms connect with this, the dining room being a veranda at the other end of the house, and the kitchen a separate building, though connected by a roofed veranda. The guest cham bers are cottages by themselves. The bath is hewn out of solid stone, with a shower above. Servants are provided for in quarters apart from the house. The whole in fact, greatly re minds one of an old southern planta tion home, with modern improvements. Just in front of the house, spreading its great limbs at least sixty feet in diameter is a. errant mnntcv nn t- r, Lic:, ' .... .3 .1 II. . iuju unuer us protecting Dranches the children and older ones, too, enjoy the swings and hammocks in an atmosphere which lulls to sleep. As we sit here at midnight, dressed In the . thinnest of summer clothing, with never a wrap, watching the moon rise out of the sea' we understand why the Hawaiian so loves his Islands. MRS. CORDELIA N. TOLAND. Mrs. Cordelia ST. Toland d'ied yester day at the home of her sister, Mrs. George D. Lambert In Artizan street, West Haven. Mrs. Toland was seventy-five years old and had lived much of her life in New Haven and Litch field. Her father was Hanson N. Ut ter, who was for many years master mechanic of the New Haven road. Her husband was at one time division su perintendent of the Illinois Central railroad.. Mrs. Toland was a member of the West Haven Episcopal church. No tice of the funeral will be made later. SHOPLIFTERS CAUGHT. Two Women Found Wit Goods on Them by Detective Ward. A very clever capture of two young women shoplifters wa3 made by De tective James Ward yesterday after noon. They spve as their names Mary Buckley and Kitty O'Neill, but these are thought by the police to be ficti tious. Repeated questioning failed to elicit any further information regard ing themselves from them. A peculiar circumstance Is that, althougiv they were caught together by Detective Ward, they deny knowing each other. Several articles which had been stol en were found on their persons. Among them was a lady's hat wtiich bore a mark showing that it had been stolen from the store of A. B. Rogowski, 824 Chapel street. A roll of ribbon carried by the O'Neill woman was identified by an employe of the 'Mal'.ey company as coming from that store. The O'Neill woman acknowledged that she toad stolen the hat. The women are very clever In their operation. That they intended to do a big business yetserday was shown by the fact that in a satchel whlcti one of them carried were a large number of brown-paper bags in which they evi dently intended to wrap their booty. Tha attention of Detective Ward was first called to the women by T. H. Fleming, floorwalker at Malley's. He gave the detective a description of the two, and said that they had been In the Malley store early In the afternoon. Detective Ward walked down Chapel street looking for the pair. He saw one of them standing in front of Mendel & Freedman's store. She was soon Join ed by the other. They returned up Chapel street, closely watched by De tective Ward. . He saw them enter a hallway and followed them. He found tiicm doing up the stolen articles In the wrapping paper which they had brought In their satchel and he prompt ly arrested them. AT MUHLFELDER'S. Great Sale of New Spring Hats To- Day. At Muhlfelder's popular millinery es tablishment, 841 Chapel street, there will be put on special sale this morning several hundreds of beautiful and ar tistic creations in trimmed hats. Not only will they be beautiful and stylish, but the prices will be so low that they will be within reach of every one. The prices run from $5 and $10, and those In search of spring headwear will do well to visit Muhlfelder's to-day. HOME DEPARTMENT CONFER ENCE. At 4 o'clock to-morrow afternoon, In the parlors of the Church of the Re deemer, there will be a conference led by Miss Bayless, the state home de partment superintendent. All who are in this department of Sunday school work are invited to attend. BAD INJUN AND CHORUS GIRL. Nathan Lone Wolf Claimed That a Dance iWth Gorgie Dix Made Her His Squaw. Dancing with a chorus girl lias been the undoing of one Nathan Lone Wolf, a Hippodrome Indian, who will be shipped back to the Pine Ridge Agency this week by tiie, manuge men of the big playhouse. The thoughtless bestowal of the favor of a ro ind dance upon this Indian by 'Miss, Gorgie Dix of the Hippodrome chorus turned Nathan Lone Wolf's head completely, and he has not been tho same man since. All this happened at the annual ball of the Hoppodrome chorus girls, held the middle of banuary. The Hippo drome Indians were invited In full war paint and feattiers. Georgia Dix, charming and vivacious, was Intro duced to Lone W(.!f during the festivities. Lone Wolf knew nothing of waltzing, but Miss. Dix soon edu cated him so that he was able to navi gate. All the other Indians looked on enviously as the slender girl In white reclined carelessly upon the protect ing arm of the handsome young In dian buck. When the morning light interrupted the gladsome celebration young Lone Wolf escorted the pretty chorus girl to her carriage, and Miss. Dix departed conscious of having cre ated a veritable sensation by her open flirtation with the red man. Tire next day the Indian openly claimed 'Miss. Dix as his squaw. He waited at the stage door, but sha would not speak to him. In the hold up scene of "Pioneer Days," 'when Miss. Dix is one of the rescued maid ens in distress, Lone Wolf climbed up on tha outside of the vehicle and grab bed her so violently at every perfor mance that tha stage director assigned him to other duties because of the pro tests of Miss. Dix. Behind the scenes, whenever the Indian came near tier. Miss. Dix uttered as hrlek and ran, but in spite of her atempts to avoid him the Indian still pursued her. He told the Interpreter, with several grunts, that the palefaced squaw was his, and that having danced with him in the ghost dance she had mar ried him according to the rites of the Sioux Indians. Affairs reached such a state at Ahe Hippodrome finally that Miss. Dix was provided with a male escort to and from the theater, and Lone Wolf was summarily kicked aside by the stage hands whenever he came near the chorus girl. These indignities led tha Indian to take to drink, and he drowned his sorrows so many times that late in February he was' sent to Blackwells Island for 10 days on a charge of being chronically Intoxi cated. Ten days on the Island made hlin less drunk, but he has since then fallen from the grace so many times through his wild adoration of the chorus girl, whom he calls his squaw, that Scout Jim Gabriel, in charge of the Indians, yesterday notified him to pack his duds and get ready to hit the trail to the til timber. He will be shipped westward In a few days be cause he isa bad Indian, will not sober up. and has made life miserable for Miss. Dix. New Tork Globe. AN BUST INTERESTING AND PLACE. The Elm City Nursery company's grounds and packing houses on Edge- wood avenue, are a very lively and at tractive place just now. The spring shipping season is now on, and anyone intcrestei Jn trees, shrubs, and the many other hardy, plants, will find it an interesting placeto visit. The office and packing houres are so convenient ly equipped that the packing and ship ping is done under most favorable con ditions. Under the shade shelters one can now see thousands of sturdy hardy roses dod'endrons, box plantr, bay trees andt choice specimen evergreens, including some fins blue spruces. In the nursery rows are many kinds of maples, and other shade trees; shrubs by tho acre, Including privet and Japan barberry for hedges, hardy garden plants, such as hollyhocks, fox gloves, lockspurs, paenoies, Iris, phlox, In fact, about everything that will live out of doorg in this climate will be found at this nursery, which is one of the most extensive In the country. Their new catalogue will be sent without charge to all who app'ly. FRANK W. PRINCE. Frank W, Prince, bookkeeper at the national office of the Fraternal Benefit league In this city was stricken with paralysis at his home, 22 Clinton ave nue, late Thursday night, and to-day heis reported to ba in a very critical condition. He Is attended by Dr. E. C. M. Hall. Mr. Prince is about fifty-five years old, and for years has been one of the most prominent men In fraternal society circles in this city. Sunday School Teacher We should all be like George Washington; he couldn't tell a lie. Willie Green Not even when he heard one?Phl!adelphla Record. For Preserving, Purifying and Beautifying the Skin, Scalp, Hair, and Hands. Cutlet ra Soap combines delicate medicinal, emol lient, iauotlvi), aminoptlc properties derived from Cutleura, the Breat Skin Cure, with tlte purcat of sap onaceous Ingredients, and moat refreshing ol flower Odors. Depou: London, 27 Charterhouse Sq.; Parla, Rue de la Palx; Australia, R. Towns 4 Co.. Syd ney; India, B. It. Paul, Calcutta: So. Africa, I.en Bon, Ltd.. Cape Town, etc.; Boston, M7 Columbus Ave . Potter Drug & Ohem. Corp.. Sole Props. ss- Mailed Free. How to Preserve. Purity, and Beautify Uio sua. Scalp, Hair, and Uaada. Specials for Easter! Fancy Native Fresh Killed BROILERS SPRING- LAMB CAPONS TURKEYS and CHICKENS and Fancy Corn Fed BEEF of all cuts. ASPIAJKAGTJS RHUBARB STRING BEANS LETTUCE TOMATOES EGG PLANT RJADISHES NEW BEETS and DANDELIONS Strictly Fresh Country Eggs a Specialty Heinz's Pickles and Jellies In full assortment Dietter Bros. 202 Whalley Arc, Tel. 4MT. 43 Grove Street. Tel. 1304-3. i x i j HART MARKET CO, Easter Specialties. Connecticut Spring Lamb Vermont Turkeys. Philadelphia Chickens and Capons. Fresh Killed Fowls arid Broilers Large Choice Jumbo Squabs. Sweet Breads and Calves Livers New Asparagus. New Potatoes New Beets. Green Mint. Green String Beans. Our Stock is large and carefully selected. 180 TEMPLE STREET. Telephone 443. An abundance of Fresh Vegetables. SPINACH EGG PLANT ( At 1.IFI OWtflt Hublmril SQUASH NEW BEETS Fresh MUSHROOMS Pierian lKTTl'OE RADISH GHKEN PEriMSRS BEUMUDA OXIONS WATEH CHESS ST111NG BEAMS SALSIFY 1 HOTHOUSE CARROTS BERMUDA POTATOES HOTHOUSE TOMATOES VIXBXAND SWRBT POTATOES HOTHOUSE CUCUMBERS Spring Lamb, Fresh Mint, Green Peas The R, H. Nesbit Co ' Cor. Elm a r4 Church Street. Tel 87J. BRAXCH1 275 EdeeTrood ATenna. Friday Fresh Haddock 5c lb. Shad, Mackerel, Cod Steaks, Native Flatfish, Sea Trout, Cod to Boil, Oysters Opened to Order, Fresh Clams. Be Prepared for a Bir Meat Sale on Saturday. Two Telephone!.. .Cnll 4200. S. S. ADAMS. CORNER STATE and COURT STREET. 300 llovrnrd Ave. 2SQ Davenport Ave. SUO Hominl Ave. ICS Movd Street. 715 Grand Ave. T Shtltoa Ave, YOTJNG M'NERNET ARRESTED. Charged With Complicity In Attempt ed Burglary of Owen's Saloon. ' Andrew McNerney, twenty-one years old, of 246 Columbus avenue was ar rested yesterday afternoon by Detect ive Bennett W. Dorman, charged with attempted burglary. McNerney Is one of the men who was wanted by the police for trying to break into the sa loon of Patrick Owen, which Is at the corner of St. John street and Wallace street. James Smith and James Moran, who are charged with being concernedi in tha same case, are now awaiting trial in tho superior court. The burglary attempted took place on the night of March 20, but was frus trated by police officers who appeared on the scene before the young men had effected an entrance. Moran and smith were captured at that time, but Mc Nerney, it is said, was too swift of foot for the officers. McNerney says that he has been in Philadelphia sine that time, and that he returned, three days ago. He de nies the charge that Is placed against him. PII.ES CURED IX TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, blind, bleed ing or protvudiner piles In 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 50c. Si ta I .... i he Leader Gun. Metal is the leading' leather for Pumps, Gibson Ties and Oxfords; pleasant to wear, easy to take care of, and certainly look well. , .. Pumps, $3, $4, $5, Gibson Ties, $2.60, 3, $3.50, $4 and $5. Oxfords, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50 and $4, ONLY GOOD SHOES. The New Haven Shoe Company 842 and 846 Chapel Street. mmmmmmmssmi Early Vegetables; We have Bermuda Onion, J5c per quart, Fine Hot Honse Cn cuinliera, 8c each, Ripe Tomatoes, iOe per lb., Lettuce, Spinach. Kale, Mew Cabbage, Celery. Turkey?, Chicken and Fowl Turkey, 25c j Chicken, 22c Fowl, 20c per lb. Sold full dressed. Late Cape Cod Cranberries, 12c per qt. Florida Grane Fruit Some extra nice heavy fruit,' large le. Be ench They will please you. California Oranges The Navel Oranges were never better, 25c 30c, 35c per dozen. Fresh Eggs . 12 good eggs In a dosen, 20c, D. M. WELCH & SON. 28-30 CONGRESS AVENUE FAIR HAVEW WEST HAVEN BBB9S1 HBSBEUSSB Your Attention First Sugar-cured Hams and Bacons, which are cured from Connecticut Pork by our own process, whereby it retains its ten derness, and is very sweet and of unusual flavor, not being over salted. . ' Second Shaved Smoked Beef very moist and delicious not dried beef, but Smoked. Third Homemade Sausages in. bags and links. Nothing used but pork (fat and lean) and Bennett & Simpson genuine spices. Not the slightest trace of cracker dust, water, cereal, nor boric acid. tel. 1978. THE S. W. HURLBURT CO. 1074 chapel st, YACHT CLUB OPENING. Seventeen New Members Elected at Last Meeting. At -a meeting held this week the New Haven Yacht club decided to throw open 'the club house May 15 to hold the opening reception and house warm ing Saturday, May 18, and conduct the first regatta on Decoration day. Seven tcsn new members were elected, mak ing a total of 217 as against 42 two years ago. 'None of the craft flying the New Ha ven pennant have been launched as yet but the boat builders in whose yards tha yachts are stored have been at work scraping, painting and overhaul ins. There will be two classes in the race on memorial day. In the 18-foot class there will be six entries and in the knockabout class ten more will be entered. The new storeof the Ford company, Knights of Columbus building, will bs open for public Inspection this evening. No goods will be sold. Only One "BHOMO QUININE." That is LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. Similarly named remedies sometimes deceive. The first and original Cold Tablet is a WHITE PACKAGE with black and rpd lettering, and bears tlir i signature of a W. GROVE. 25c HERE IS RELIEF FOR WOMEX. If you have pains in the back, uri nary, bladder or kidney trouble anj want a certain, pleasant herb curs for women's ills, try Mother Gray'g "AtiS-. TRA1.IAN-I.EAF." It is a safe monthly regulator, and cures all female weak nesses, including inflammation and ul cerations. Mother Gray's Australian Leaf is sold by druggists or sent by mail for 50 cents. Sample sent FREE. Address the Mother Gray Co.. Le Roy. N. Y.