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NEW HAVEN JUORJNltfG JOURNAL AMD COURIER, WEDXJESD AY APRIL 21 1907.
SHE CARRINGTON PUBLISHING CO. OFFICE, 400 STATE STREET. NEW HAVEN, CONN. THE OLDEST DAILY PAPER PUB LISHED IN CONNECTICUT. DELIVERED BY CARRIERS IN THE CITY, 12 CENTS A WEEK, BO CENTS A MONTH, J 3 FOR SIX MONTHS, $6 A YEAR. THE SAME TERMS BY MAIL. SINGLE COPIES, 2 CENTS. THE WEEKLY JOURNAL. Issued Thursdays, One Dollar a Year. ADVERTISING RATES. Situations, Wants, Rents and other mall advertisements, One Cent a Word each Insertion. Five Cents a Word for i ft full week. Display advertisements, per inch, one Insertion, J1.20; each subsequent Inser tion, 40 cents; one week, 2.20; one month, $10; one year, $40. S Estimates Indicate a total output of 80,000,000 pounds of maple sugar in Ver mont this season, the largest crop In fifteen years. And all pure, they say. X New York girl of nineteen who Is painfully and debtfully existing on $13,500 a year, asks the courts to double her allowance. She doesn't even intimate that she could get along on 20,MO. New Haven sees some football crowds, but Saturday's football near London drew a crowd of 100,000. Spe cial trains were run from Yorkshire, Lancashire and the Midlands, carry ing a total of 80,000 persons. Pipes "made of reinforced concrete for transmitting water under pressure have been constructed. These pipes ar really one continuous tube, each several hundred feet long. In diameter hey are from two feet to three feet, jthe longest single section being six hun dred feet The inside Is made smooth, planed lumber being used in the forms. Tho United States Supreme court idoesn't joke In oubllc, but Justice Holmes last week, In announcing de iclslon In the case of David Kawana nakoa, Jonah Kalanianaole, Ablgale W. Kawananakoa and Elizabeth K. Kala nianaole jigajnst Ellen Albertlna Poly lrahd and others, said the case was No. 273, and he would not announce the names, as they were of record. lAmong the answers to questions at a recent school examination appeared the following: "Gross ignorance is 144 times as 'bad as just ordinary ignor ance." "Anchorite Is an oldi fashioned bermit sort of a fellow who has an chored himself to one place." "The Jiver Is an Infernal organ." "Vacuum Is nothing with the air sucked out of It put up In a pickle bottle it is very Jiard to get." , The Philadelphia Ledger makes a good point when It says: "Materially, no people of the earth ever reached our condition; spiritually, the condition "is as It may he," and the duty, trans cending the obligation even to dig the Panama Canal, Is to magnify the spiritual and, Intellectual office In every form, to pay preacher and priest, to reward the teacher, to open and :wlden the career for every man whose head and heart and Ideals are not symbolized by a mechanical adding maohlne. An unusual series o'. courts-martial Is now sitting at every army corps headquarters in Italy. It appears that a large body of the warrant officers Irom all , the garrisons have become so dissatisfied with their condition, and so hopeless of seeing it improved through the ordinary .channels, that they have eunt a collective petition direct to the rwar Minister. And now at every post a court-martial, consisting of a colonel, two lieutenant-colonels and two cap tains, Is trying the delinquents on the Question, Shall they be degraded? At Milan alone twelve quartermasters are Ibelng tried. There is an erroneous idea abroad gays a dealer in writing materials. "that the typewriter has practically driven the pen out of existence. As a matter of fact, manufacturers are pro duclnpr millions more pens to-day than ever before. More letters are written Jn every business house and office than before the advent of the writing ma chine, and more pens are used in sign ing them. The jen is essential to the office, the school and the home. It is absolutely required by good form in so cial correspondence, and for other pur poses nothing can supplant it, because nothing else can set forth with such accuracy the individual characteristics of the writer in the shape of autograph lc peculiarities.'' Little Bess "I guess your folks are not society people, are they?" Little Nell "Course they are. What mado you think they wasn't?" Little Bess " 'Cause you call the meal you eat at I o'clock supper." Chicago News. WHT MeR EL11 ' The Prussian minister of education announces that "girls who wish to be come merely housewives will enter the lyceums. Others who wish to sudy at the universities will enter the gymna siums. In the lyceums cooking, hy giene, domestic economy and the care of infants will he taught; in the gymna siums, the academic subjects." Why "merely" housewives, and in Germany, where housewives are sup posed to be somebodies? Why merely housewives anywhere? Is there any body who is more useful, honorable, and honored, by those who know enough, than a competent housewife? The Prussian minister of education talks like some "educators," and not like a man who puts things in their proper places. "Merely" housewives, Indeed! Perhaps the good and compe tent German housewives wont concern themselves about this utterance, being busy and contented, but If they do the Prussian minister of education will find that, though he may be an educator, he is not a good discriminator. UEAliTY AZZ AJIOVXV. Highway Commissioner Macdonald of this city, this State, and this country, ha.i been to Jamestown setting up the exhibit of the Connecticut Highway commission, and has had a good busy, hesrty time there. He has come home in his usual hearty frame of mind, which will not be saddened by some things which have been said atoout him during' his absence. For instance, this from tho Norwich Bulletin: State High way Commissioner Macdonald has pitched his tent in the hearts of the people to stay. He is the most hearty good roads man In forty-five. States, and he knows how to stay In the hearts of the people. We want to see the highways of this State not only macad amized, but Macdonaldized. We want to see the trunk roads hedged with trees and plants, and the stone walls laden with vines and grapes we want a spirit of beauty to dwell everywhere. The Gospel according to State Highway Commissioner Macdonald is a practical gospel, and carried out it will lend a charm to our highways which will not depart In a thousand years. True as preaching. We ought to have our roads both beautiful and good. The beauty wont cost much, and will pay big returns on the small investment. 33 IG A Sit COMPZICATED. Our busy President is always think, ing when he Is awake, and it some times seems that in order to do and say what he does he must keep awake all the time. The news comes from Wash ington that among his thinking he is considering whether some plan cannot be devised to prevent tho undue use of money, to prevent the use of money In Improper ways, and to free elections from the taint of money, so that the voters may register their will without regard to Influence of bosses, or of corporations, or of persons who are willing to buy legislation or executive action. In casting about for some means of correcting what everybody knows to be a great evil, President Rocsevelt has taken under consider ation the question as to whether the government, either state or national, or iboth, might not recognize the necessity of campaign expenditures, limit their amount on some reasonable basis, and pay the bills on proper vouchers furn ished by regularly organized commit tees or political representatives of tho individuals. The President's Idea Is said to be vague so far, and it may not be definite soon. He has tackled a big and a com plicated subject, and if he can think it out wisely and practically he will do great good. It is a subject which needs attention and thought. AJf OXD QUESTION UP A GAJX. The alcohol question Is up again. Is alcohol of use to mountain climbers? At a recent meeting In Berne of the Swiss Alpine club, Dr. Schnyder gave the results of some inquiries he ha! made. He consulted a number of clim bers, and found that 72 per cent, of them always take wine or liquor along on a tour. The guides do the same. Yet there is a consensus of opinion that alcoholic dtinks are an Impedi ment to climbing, and should never be taken before the summit is attained except in cases of great depression or sudden sickness. The effect of alcohol on brain workers has lately been tes ted by a similar method by a Dutch alienist, Dr. van Vleuten, who address ed his questions to 150, German men of letters, as well as by an association of Swedish students, who sought the opin ions of artists as well as writers. In both these inquiries the majority pro- nounced the effect of alcoholic drink to be detrimental to inspiration. Augusta Rodin wrote: "Alcohol is not for ar tists. Those who seek their inspira tion in it are, like their works, doomed to early oblivion." Gustav Frensea said: "A thimbleful of alcohol suffices to weaken my faculties.'' Bjornstjerne Bjornson confessed that if he drank only a glass more than his usual amount with his dinner, he had to suffer for it the next day. He has always discarded literary sketches made under the sti mulus Of wine, having found them un natural or morbid. So it appears that those who are climbing the hill of life will do well to I if oiv, fhnB who knnw ' x, ' .. ... I peclally do well to let it alone. Heartless. Said she the first time that we met: "My heart is on my sleeve." "The easier," quoth I to steal Ah, madam, give me leave!' Said she: "A truce to such requests! They peeve me and they peeve." I stole behind her on a day, Unnoticed from the south. She jumped and said: "You scared me so My heart is In my mouth." "Then may I ?" "If you dare, she lisped "I'll fly back to the houthe." Third time we met, I said: "Sweet maid, My answer I must And.'" Quoth she: "My heart is in my eyes," I looked, and found them kind. "Didst dare?" she gasped. "The eyes show naught! Knowst not that Love Is blind? "Your sleeve," I cried, "your mouth, your eyes. Are heartless there's the smart! And since I have one, and It's bust. The time has come to part; Your chat of hearts is odd, because You haven't any heart." She wed another, and removed To Harlem, in New York; All which was many years ago Yet still I love to walk And ponder on the days we had That hearty, heartless talk. Richmond Times-Dispatch. COXVKMEXX. carsone "vvouici you like to own a puppy, Miss Cecelia?" Cecelia "Oh, Mr. Carsone, this Is so sudden." Young's Magazine. The Pastor "You take after your fa ther, do you not, Bobby?" Small Boy "No, sir. Father never leaves anything for anybody to take." Little Jester. The Maid "But I'm afraid I wouldn't be happy if I married you. I always want my own way in everything, you know." The Man "Oh, that's all rlsht. After we are married you can keep right on wanting it." Chicago Daily News. "Baby's such a convenience." "Con venlence how ?" "Well, whenever we lose little things hairpins, tacks, money, jewelry, etc, we know where to look for them, They're always In baby's mouth." Cleveland Leader. Member of Investigating Committee "Have you ever had any confidential relations with the beef trust?" Witness "No, sir. I have an uncle and two cousins working for It, but they've never told me a blamed thing, Chicago Tribune. Elftht hundred and fifteen thousand two hundred and seventy cubic yards of dirt removed from the Panama ditch Wivlded among S00 magazine knockers well, you can figure out for yourself how much removed-dirt each can take to his credit. Philadelphia. Ledger. Heard In a Shirt Shop "I don't know what Bobbins does with his tobacco." "No?" ' "No, I don't. Yesterday he was short, and ho was short again to-day." 'Did he want to borrow from you?" "No, hang It. I wanted to borrow from him." Star of Hope, George Well, life Is worth living, aft er all. Jack What's happened? George I went to a railway station ti see my sister off, and by some chance Harry Hansom was there to see his sister off, and in the rush and noise and confusion we got mixed and I hugged his sister and ho hugged mine. Phil adelphia Inquirer. EVEN from our much soiled mud pie days we are; most of us true children! of Mother Earfh.; Whether our devotion to the alma mater takes the form of coif play-i Ine or of carden nlant- riK It's sure to crop out In some way. We love the ground. And so men who don't play golf and find no time to hunt or fish, go out Into the garden and dig. If you are a garden planter we ; can be of ute in fnrnwhing your tooli. We have the bettour pricei art low and we deliver ! anywhere. 7546pelSv 320 Staje t. Uncle Joe "Yes. Tommy, it is quite possible that there are people in the moon." Tommy "Well, what, becomes of them when there isn't any moon?" Erooklyn Life. The Todd Corset pos sesses the latest and best ideas in corset fashion combined with .maximum of comfort, and are absolutely hy gienic. Endorsed by physicians and dress makers everywherei Strictly custom-made. Elastic Stockings, etc. Henry H. Todd JSI-2S4 YORK ST. 40 Years experience I p!ssui Mualclans. I' you get in the lht pIrm, you will get thi right piano t the rltrhi price. CHARLES H. I.OOMIS. LOOM1S TEMPLE OF MUSIC. 833 Chapel Street The Sleinerione Pianos Those who wish to obtain the finest Pianoforte made should call at our warerooms, 137 Court Street, and examine this wonderful Instru ment in both grand and uprights. They are superior to all others While wa have the best, our prices are iow, quality considered We are also representatives of the Hardman Autotone Piayer-Piano, Handsome In Denlgn, Perfect In Construt'tlon, Not Liable to Get Out at Order, The Easiest to Piny, The Nearest Approach to Ilnnd Piny. Inc. The Perfection of All Player Pianos. Pianos of other makes such as HARDMAN, HARRINGTON , and HENSEL. Remember tbc name and number. The Steinertone Piano Co., , STEINERT BLDG., 1ST COURT ST. An abundance of Fresh Vegetables. SPINACH EGG PLANT CAI'l.ll-'I.OWRn Hnht.nrd Mil'ASH KKW BEETS Fresh MUSHROOMS I'lcrtiln I.KTTCCR KAIMSH UKEISN PEPPERS nWllMlDA ONIONS water cress r. string iieans SALSIFY HOTHOUSE CARROTS dERMVDA POTATOES, .. IIOTHOl'SR TOMATOES VISiEI.AND SUTCET POTATOES HOTHOUSE CUCUMBERS Spring Lamb, Fresh Mint, Green Peas The R, tl, flesbii Co, Cor. Kim CBd Church street. Tl 171. BRANCH i 2T!i RlKTOOd Amu. Tel. S4- "MMl't4"M,i I HART MARKET CO, 1 ; Our April Market Sup-; ', plies are very choice and attractive Spring Lamb, ;; Broilers and Squabs, all!! I iresn killed. ? Green Vegetables, Peas,t String Beans, New Beets J Tomatoes and Cucumbers Z Oranges, Grape Fruit and Humrtoe 9 4 180 TEMPLE STREET. T Telephone 443. J '! R E M O V iL L In calling attention to the removal from Chapel, corner of State street, to our NEW LOCATION, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BUILDING, we invite a visit to our artistic show-rooms and an exami nation of our magnificent stock of PRECIOUS STONES and ART WARES and would refer to the character and reputation we have ac quired and the progress made by our house in over a period of THREE-QUARTERS OF A CENTURY. The Patient "Doctor, I owe you my life. I shall never forget it." The Doc tor "Yes. And you also owe me for fourteen visits. Don't forget that, eith er." New York Mall. e0itl police District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, April 20, 1907. ESTATE OF PETER JOHNSON, lato of New York, N. Y owning property in said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the Dls- appointed six months from . the date niut. ui iew nuven imtn limited ana i hereof for the cerd litors of said deceas- ed to bring in their claims aealnst said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to WILLIAM RUSSELL JOHNSON, Executor. James Klngsley Blake, 42 Church street, Attorney. a23 3t District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, April 20, 1907. ESTATE OF CORNELIA M. POLAND, late of Orange,, In said District, de ceased. The Court Of Probate for the Dis trict of Now Haven hath limited and appointed six munths from the date hereof for the creditors of said de censed to bring in their claims against sant estate, rnose wno neglect to ex hibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate pay ment to GEO. G. LAMBERT. a23 3t Administrator. District of Cheshire, ss. Court of Pro bate, April 18, 1907. EST A T R OF EMERSON L. BROOKS OAKES, late of Boston, Mass., own- ing property in said District, deceas ed. Upon the application of Ella M. B. Frentz, administratrix, praying that this Court appoint Alfred S. Bennett of Cheshire to sell certain real estate be longing to the estate of said deceased, upon his giving a proper bond as per said application on file more fully ap pears. It is . ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at the Probate Office In Cheshire, in said District, on the 25th day of April, A. D. 1907, at 10 o'clock in the'forenoon, and that notice be given of the pendency of said ap plication, and of the time and place of the hearing: thereon, by publishing the same three times in some newspaper having a circulation In said District. HOWARD L, MOSS, a20 3t Judge. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, April 19, 1907. ESTATE OF ANN M. RUSSELL, lato of Orange, In said District, deceas ed. The Court of Probate for the Dis trict of New Haven hath limited anil appointed six months from the date hereof tor the creditors of said deceas ed to bring in their claims against said estate. Those who neglect to ex hibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to ELIZUR B. RUSSELL, a20 3t Administrator, HOUSE CLEANING Telephone 2700. I. earn Iiow writ, how cheaply the Vacuum Cleaner Co. Will put your house, office or stora In pure, spotless clennliness. No wear or tear, no disturbance of daily duties, fixtures or furniture. No dust whllo cleaning, no dust or dirt when through. Sanitary, thorough. TUB WAY THEY CLEAN THE PHKSIUENT'S MANSION AT WASH INGTON. Locnl Offlee, 8a ChnTch St, Tel. 2700, P- O. Box 1151. DUSTLESS SYSTEM And guarantee that everything will be th hct the market affords. Choicest of Beef, Fancy Country Dreiscd Veal. Native Dressed Lamb, at, Freah Killed Poultry. Tomatoes, Celery, Rhubarb. Lettuce, Asparagus, Cucumbers, Radishes, Dan delions, uysier rum, J'- x-iaui, em. I Dietter Bros. 203 Wballey Ajre., Tel. 4517. 4S Grovs Street. Tel. 1304-3. 3 The Hosiery Season, Our cobbler friends seem to be slicing shoes lower and lower each spring The near er the sole they cut the upper, the more conspicuous the hosiery becomes. If you want socks that harmonize in color with any other shade i ... OI VOUf aDDard. better -See ' ; , . us auouc it. II you just want what you like irrespective of match, we might add that we have a greater profusion of colors, patterns, fabrics,' thick nesses and such than during any previous season. Chase&Co. SHIRTMAKERS, 1018, 1020 Chapel St. LATEST DESIGNS IN MIRRORS We nre displaying the fln t and beat assorted line of line mtrrom ever sIiottd In New Ifnven a variety of Izes, and the frames are the latest patterns produced eith er in gold or mahogany. We specially Invite Inspection of these good. ' . Don't spoil that picture yon arc thinking of framing; by putting on some Incongruous frame of Inferior workman ship. We will make a study of It, and will guarantee you satisfaction. Visitors Always Welcome. F. W. TIERNAN & CO. 827 Chapel Street Souvenir and Post Cards at J. A. McKee's 930 Chapel Street. ! v All sensible people are pnttlna; their Fur and Winter Wraps nwaj this year safely protected from moths tvlib. Red Cedar Flakes because they are the most reliable and convenient to use, and only need to be planed in the folds of the clotlilnn;, fur or llunael, and placed In bureau drawers, trunks or closets, or even wrnpped In pn per, and your worry Is over. Their Increasing- sale from year to year with us has proved them to be absolutely reliable and dependable. Yon will do the sensible thlna; by putting your goods away this year safely protected from moths with RED CEDAR FLAKES 15 cents a package, E. L. WASHBURN & CO., MANUFACTURING AND PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS. . , J. . 84 Church and 61-63 Center Sts , New Haven. No Complaints W0 F. GILBERT & CO., 65 Clmroh St Opposite P. O. When You Choose Ftntttie The Bowditch Furniture Co. 100-102-104-106 ORANGE ST. jagg New Things for 1907. Most of the new Cam era Catalogues have ar rived. All of the new Cameras and Kodaks are here. . Are ypu thinking of exchanging your old Camera for a new one ? Pleased to talk it over. Write or call for the" catalogues. J EVERYTHING OPTICAL nHarvey$Lewi$o. Opticians 861 Chapel StAfecoJfaaen 665 Main. St. Hartford. 360 Main. St. Springfield. Mass. ITjflttcstttns, MR. FREDERICK WELD will enjra?e the services of a limited number of good singers for a corus choir. Voloci tried at 189 Orangn St. MERCANTILE SAFE ' DEPOSIT COMPANY; i . FURNISHES A CONVENIENT 1 AND SECURE PLACE FOR THE DEPOSIT W YOUIl SE CURITIES AND VALUABLES. 2 CHURCH STRE.ET A Fig Sale Seven hundred and fifty pounds fine layer Figs at 100 por lb or a 5 lb box for 5c. These are good goods, and the cheapest ever known; Special sale of Jar Figs at 29c, the regular 35c. size. Tunis Dates cost 16c, per box to im port, . and generally sell for 25c. We have a few hundred boxes to sell at 18c; SALE OF EASTER CHICKENS, a DUCKS AND . RABBITS. J. B. JUDSON, Th Itftrrnr Vrntt sam. 889 CHAPEL STREET. 2 packages 25 cents. after using Choose Furniture of quality. Re member that the four great essen tialvof desirable furniture artistic patterns, correct style, proper fin ish and the quality that endures are all perfectly ombined in our Furniture. We have a host of satisfied customers and can satisfy you.