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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, ..SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1907.
11 Charcoal Stops Gas On Your Stomach. Wonderful Absorbing Power of Char coal When Taken in the Form of. Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges. TRIAL PACKAGE SENT FREE. Charcoal, pure, simple charcoal, ab sorbs 100 times Its own, volume of gas. Where does the gas go to? It Is just absorbed by the charcoal the gas dis appears and there is left a pure, fresh, sweet atmosphere, free from all Im purities and germs. That's what happens in your stom ach when you take one or two of Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges, the most powerful purifiers science has yet dis covered. You belch gas In company,' some times, by accident, greatly to your own humiliation. That is because there 13 a great amount of gas being formed in your stomach by fermenting food. Your stomach Is not digesting your food properly. Gas Is inevitable. .Whenever this happens Just take one or two of Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges right after eating, and you will be sur prised how quickly they will act. No more belchings; no more sour risings. Eat all you want and what you want, and then, If there is any gas going to be formed,1 one of these wonderful lit tle absorbers, a Stuart Charcoal Loz enge, will take care of all the gas. And it .will do more than that Every, particle of impurity in your stomach and intestines is going to be carried away by the charcoal. No 'one seems to know why It does this, but it does, and does It wonderfully. You notice the difference in your ap petite, general good feeling and in the itivitr nf vnur n ooa nem away. You'll have no more bad taste in your mouth or bad breath, either from drinking,, eating or smoking. Other people will notice your bad breath quicker than you will yourself. Make your breath pure, fresh and sweet, so when you talk to others you won't dis gust them. Just one or two Stuart Charcoal Lozenges will make your breath sweet, and make you feel bet ter all over for it. You can eat all the onions and odorous foods you want, andfno one can tell the differ ence. Besides, ' charcoal is the best laxa tive known. You can take a. whole boxful ajid no harm will result. It is a wonderfully easy regulator. And then, too, it filters your blood- every particle of poison or impurity In your blood is destroyed, and you begin to notice the difference in your face first thing your clear complexion. Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges are made from pure willow charcoal, and just a little honey is put in to make them palatable, but not too sweet. They will work wonders in your stomach, and make you feel fine and fresh. Your blood and breath will be purified. ...,... We want to prove all this to you, so . just send for a free sample to-day. Then, after you get it and use it, you will like them so well that you will go .3 . .3 H nr. ,. a these Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges. , i oena us your mime anu auaress 10- mail a sample package free. Address F. A. Stuart Co., 200 Stuart Building, Marshall, Mich. : . RESUME WORK MONDAY. Date Set For Mixer Plant on State oireei iravemeni, 1 The mixer for the top dresser for the new pavement ' that is being laid In State street has just arrived. The ; paving work has been retarted for some time owing to the delay in the arrival of the material. It lis expected that the work on the pavement will be resumed on Monday. As soon as this work is commenced the Connecti cut company will resume laying its hew track, which has already been 3a3 on the east side of the street. Now the new rails wilfbe laid on the , west side. The stranger at the Atlantic City hotel wanted to know how to amuse .himself. "Well," responded the clerk, "the bored walk." Philadelphia Ledger. THE &LF K Men in every walk of life, in all professions and traces, the gentle man of leisure and the working man all wearW.LDouglas3.50 shoes because they are the best. ( To any nntt who man provi that W.L.Ooug- la fas dons not msiin an k sell moro men m&fl.&O I ahotis than mnv other manofacturaPm THE REASON W.L.Douglas $3.50 Shoes are worn ay more men in walks of life tnan any otner mane, Is because of their excellent style, easy fitting and superior wearing qualities. The selection of the leathers and other materials for each part of the shoe, and every detail of the making Is looked after by the most complete organization of i superintendents, foremen and alt Ars.who receive the highest wages paid In the shoe industry, ana wnose wgremansnip cannot be excelled. factories at Brockton, Mass., they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are of greater value than any other $3.50 shoe. uvTtn My method of tanning the bottom Boles produce more srsn ta&& flexible and longer wearing leather than any other tannage. W. L. B'JL&S $4.00 GILT ESSSE SHOE Gsxtiitot Be Equalled at Any Price W L. DOUGLAS BOYS' SHOES $1.75 AND $2.00. JUST THE SAKE AS MY MEN'S - """JooES, THE SAME LEATHERS, FOK H.tS AND 11.00. CAUTION. The nnlne hT "V. V. Ronglas nsm nd price trampefl on bottom. Take Ho Snbstitnte. VTh'Ti in nard of ehof, if not eonTenlf nt to go to W. X. DoiirIm etor lt vour dealer for W. lu Poujrlat hoe. If n cannot supply yw, nd direct to factory, Shoes mailed everywhere. Illustrated CatalO! free. W. I DOI'GIAS, Brocltton, Mum. W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE STORE ffl KEW HAVES! : 70 Gliapel St., cor. Church. YouiG in mw mi . THE BFSftlMCE EVER Big Men Overworked and Anx ious to Unload Part of Burdens. CLEWS TALKS TO STUDENTS Money Wating for People Who Can Find Ways to Re duce Waste. Before the members of Prof. Wil liam B. Bailey's class in political econ omy at Yale, yesterday morning, Henry Clews of New York, banker, delivered a short address to the students. He said in part: "The pessimist is abroad in this fair land of ours in these days, preaching the gospel of discontent, and a favor ite text Is that the young man has no show or little chance to get on In life. Do not be misled or discouraged by such false doctrine. There never was a time when brains were at a great er premium than at present, nor cour age, education, industry and energy more requisite or in greater demand. "The harder you have to-struggle to complete .your education .the better you will be fitted for the "battles of life. Disappointments may embarrass you, but you must conquer them in stead of allowing tlfem to conquer yoa, Every victory thus Won will be. an incentive to further efforts and achievements and will provide a step ping stone to success. ' "Men at the top of the ladder are eager , to delegate part of their bur dens to smart, enterprising assistants. And it is not necessary for yovi to re main privates long even though you do not become captains of industry. In termediate positions combine .the re quisite salary with the moderate enjoy ment of life and lack of the' nerve wrecking responsibilities of the top notchers. . ' ' "Specialization is the cry of the times.. Try to do some one course excep tionally well and master it. Buck hard and hit the center of the line in the words of our strenuous arid gifted president. Booker T. Washington's plan at Tuskeges Institute of demand ing the learning of a trade before graduation is o be commended. If ybii are going into banking enter immed iately a banking house. There you will learn in practical work more than could' be acquired in a theoretical way. "Capital 'awaits the young man. who will devise methods of reducing, waste. Railroads seek time saving inventions; manufacturers seek meaens of mini manufacturers seek means of mini mizing labor; industry seeks cheaper substitutes for many of the articles now used extensively for example, copper, which stands at' the high price of 26 cents a pound. Our natural re sources are as yet undeveloped.' Texas offers wonderful opportunities, uneq ualed by the past." iMr. Clews concluded his talk by ad vice to the students to keep their, eyes on the star of hope, . ; LATE FEATURES OF . THE STOCK MARKET (Continued from Fifteenth Page.) United Copper .. 7 7 1 Am. Tel. & Tel. , 93 91 92 Swift & Co 80 78 United Shoe com.. . 38 ' 37,. 37 do. pfd 25 93 25 103 44 United Fruit 103 103 103 New Haven 130 128 130 Mass. Gas 41 43, 43 LOCAL STOCK QUOTATIONS. Corrected daily by KImberlv, Root & Co., Investment Brokers, 133 Orange street. Par. Bid. Asked City Bank 100 First National 100 Mechanics 60 Merchants National. . ' 3 Nat. New Haven 100 National Tradesmens. 100 New Haven County.. 10 Second National .... 100 Vale National 100 145 1T5 70 72 194 178 17 19 194 137 New Haven Tiust . , . ion 1H6 People's B. & Trust. 100 102 Union Trust 100 160 rf I an and show you how carefully W. L. V1 7Z m si TfK KM Mlaccllnneonw Stockt. i Par. Bid. Asked Adams Express 200 160 165 American Brass .... 100 US Am. Hardware ...... 100 117 ; Edison, Boston ...... 100 195 - 199 International Silver. 100 5 $ " do. pfd .10) it New Haven Gas 25 38 49 New Haven Water ..63 08 Peck, Stow & Wilcox 25. 5 Security Insurance .. E5 43 :,-' Swift &Cb ... 100 79 83 . TelophoneS-i N. Y. & N. J. ...... . 100 85 96 Ches. & Potomac . 100 66 ' . S. N. E 100 96 100 Conn. R. A Lt. Co, ... 100 ; 67 do. pfd 100 72 ' 75 Danbury & Bethel .. ' 25 10 -r' . H. & Conn.-West. .. . 100 44 N. Y.. N. H. & H 100 128 ISO N. Y., N. H. & H. Eights , U . 2 Railroad Bond. i ; . Bid. Berkshire St. By. 6s, 1922 Bridgeport Trac. 5s, 1923 ; s 100 RrlRtnl Tramway, iVi, 1945 95 Asked 101 105 Bristol Tramway, tintill" 9B , ; Conn, R. Ij-ihb, ioi. o 9T 90 Cons, Ry 4s, 19o4. ., .. ( Cons, Ry- 4S, 1968, guar.. 90 Conn..Ry. deb&, 193). i.'.:. D & N. 4s. 195 100 Dni ft'fiethefeB. lJM.i. 99 Harlem & P. C. 4s, 1911.. 94 do. 4. 1964..... 1W 84 95 Housatonic 49, 1910 80 , - do. 6S, ia i 111 Mer. & Comp. 5s, 1928.... jaerlden St. 6s, 1924 Naugatuck 48, 1954. 138 100 100 130 100 100 100 100 4t 77 87 105 100 Nortliampion . ioyc..... N. H. & Center ds, iau. .. N H. & Jjeroy bj, N H & W. H. 6s, 1912. .. N H. Street 6s. 1918..... New Lon. Street 5s, 1923. . N. h. Northern 4S. 1910... N.Y. & N.H.oons.8H9. 1966 mv NH 1S47.. 102 99 90 St 88 St . 83 110 95 101 N.T."& N.H.con.8s,1958... N T.. M. ii. n. 'o. do. SHs, 1964......... NY & N. B. 6t. 1945... N Y.' & N. B. 4s, 1946.... Shore Line i 4V4, 1910..... Wor. & C. B. 4Vi. 1948.... 100 Miscellaneous Bond. Bid. Adams Express 85 Boston Elec, 6s, 1908.... 100 Branford L. & W. 6s. 193T. 100 Inter. Silver, deb. 6s, 1933 do. 1st 6s, 1948 N.H.Water.eon. 4s, 1910-15 N. H. Sewer 4s. 1914 100 N. H. City Bridge, 3s. . . . 90 N.Mtlford Water 5s, 1932. 98 8 N B. Tel. 5s, 1948.... ' 9? United 111. 4s, 1940 88 Asked. 90 76 105 166 95 101 104 92 Ex-divldend. CW ltCH UNION lAnother illustration of the steadily growing tendency toward church un ion is furnished by the unanimous ac tion of the triennial council of the" Congregatlonallsts' meeting in Cleve land. The report of a special commit tee on the subject of an amalgamation into one church organization of . the Congregatlonallsts, Methodist Protest ants, and United Brethren was adopted with enthusiasm, no dissenting vote being recorded. We can believe' that the plans which have been under dis cussion will be carried out before long and that the three denominations will be amalgamated under a common name. It has not been long since a notable union was effected of churches of the Presbyterian organization. Other de nominations in the country are discuss ing combination year after year, diffi culties are being overcome gradually and the barriers are being lowered more and more. The chances are many that there will "be severil other unions of Protestant denominations within the next few years. The bitterness of the past struggles does not seem to have much place nowadays. The economic saving result ant from a union of effort on the part of churches would be enormous. Xn many communities several weak ; churches struggle for existence where -j there Is room for one nourishing con gregation which would unite the mem bers in a common cause. Such unions suggest Increased effi ciency rather than loss of power on the part of the uniting denominations. They are distinctly In the direction of progress for the cause of religion. Tha CongTegRflonallsts have mads a sub stantial contribution to tfce movement to wipe out needles divisions In the Christian church. Chicago Tribune. ; For the strong that they may keep their strength. For the weak that they may regain their strength; For the young that they may grow in strength. the most nutritious food made from wheat. ; '. Clean, crisp and fresh. In moisture and dust proof packages. SIATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY NEWS OF MADISON. Mrs. General Leggett Going South Firemen Active Who be the Next Postma'ster? Madison Bay In Cuba. v't'. ; . : ' ' '.' ' . v . (Special Journal and Madison, Nov. 1. The ' house , owned by the Goddards, formerly the A. M, Dowd house, came 'near burning, prob ably In the same ay that the two houses o Judge Marsdeh were burned. Somewhere near HTD'clock, not having Bone to bed, they discovered that th6 woodwork underneath the fire place was on fire; evidently the cement had got loosened and fire kept dropping down until It caugtif: They turned on the hose used for sprinkling the lawn, an5 finally put it out-' If they had been in bed It Is quite possible another Are' would have occurred, , i .Miss Lydla Buahnell Smith, who has, been in England, "Wales and other countries, will spend her winter at the capital of Germany: Mr. Fisenmeyer practically has va cated: his cottage for the winter. Mrs. Btanton and daughter, who have been lingering at Mrs. B. K., Wilcox's, has left for the winter. Car repairers have been busy at the side tracks, getting damaged cars ready to move on, ; Mrs. Geheral Leggett, after a visit In Boston, and other places, will leave for Vlcksburg, Miss.; so as to be present at the reunion of the Military society. W. S. Hill has the lumber for the Travis cottage he is to build near Williard'S Grove. - " the fire company held a meeting at HOUSE THE An error in the telephone directory lists our number as 1089-3. It should read 839. MERRELS, CROSS & BEARDSLEY, CONTRACTING DECORATORS. ' Telephone 839. ,90-92 ORANGE STREET. i If mm' Onr business is the manufacturing and repairing ol ladies" flue Furs. Just now we have some extra quality, line grade tan and black Russian Pony skins, which we are prepared to make into any style of garment desired. 1 . Also Mink. Sable, Ermine, Chinchilla, Caracul, Persian Lamb and Broadtail. ' Now Is the time to look up your cold weather wants. TELEPHONE 1307-2. The Chatfleld Paper Ca E?et Most complete line of Paper and Twine in State k "I ult . i -1 ' P I ' 'ffl 4 . ' ' Courier ;News Service.) , tne shop of Captain W. E. Clark last ' night, and the men were placed, so in case of fire they know their places. The question of getting a key so as to get Into the M. E. P. jchurch and use the bell was discussed. - Charles W. Scranton'a men have bqen grading the lawn tennis grounds, ploughing and levelling it. They are In a fine location and are kept in good-order all the time, j , ; , . ,; ' A Hallowe'en party was held for a few of the young people at Mrs. F. C. Dowd's last night. And one at Mrs. Os car Chittenden's for ' large one. The young folks party broke up about 4 a. m., after having a feast of fun, and of food. ,,MIss Ruth Crampton, who teaches In a summer school in Philadelphia., is home and with her came a friend, Miss Delpasses, whet has been quite'ill. She, however, has gained -since coming here. Who is to bo the new postmaster? Some say Webster W. Crampton has lt, sure. Others say it is 'George C. Fields. Others look wise and say it is a dark horse. , The Chapmans of Waterbury avenue, left for Waterbury, to-day. B. H. Miller's wife left for New Htu ven to-day, and the house they o cupied is rented to Vet. Hawley, who works for Charles E. Scranton. Clarence Crampton, who fs in the U. S. Cavalry service, in Cuba, writes to ON THE SQUARE. - .. . 1 m JOHN WOLF, FURRIER. ; 739 CHAPEL STREET Crer Hul.'s Drug tore , a chum here he hopes to get detailed, to come on as a guard with some prison ers to New YorKjust oetore tee Holi days! and be able to visit Madison be fore he returns. ' Capt. Fred C Crossley is the only one o.f the summer people now left on the shore. . .' A large amount of work is being done for Mrs. Hotchklss at .' her beautiful place on the shore. It will be a grand improvement when completed. The Southern New England Tele phone wagon was In town Friday. Thursday was the last day 1 of free delivery of express matter. Although & request was sent in to have it contin ued for another month, no reply was received up to Friday morning. It would be a" great convenience if we had express all winter as we do in the summer. . ' B. H. Miller will leave in a few days soon as he finishes some work for Charles 33. Scranton. . Billy . Johnson Is so far the boss skunk hunter. One night recently he brought home nine, and at about a dollar apiece it was a , pretty go.o& night's work. Over at Canoe harbor beach Attorney Gerrett Smith, wife and baby are still there; may stay for a number of days, If weather keeps good as it Is now.' The railroad company Is unloading stone just east of the freight house, ev idently going to extend the covering over the brook and widen out the road bed. ; .Mrs. D. H. WilHard and Miss More house returned from a trip out of town, Friday. It is said that the ., Royces have bought two building lots on the Dolph Feld . tract, and that the Photograph building near Dunlap's blacksmith shop will be moved there. , , IIINE'S SON IN CHARGE. license Issued for Place In Name of ' XlOtliA. '. s ' License number one was Issued by the county commissioners yesterday ltd Louis P. Ihne, of the Mozart hotel on !rown street. Number one has been given to the same place for tbe six teenth time. With the issuance of this license a change of proprietorship was made, known. ' , In former years William Ihne was 'the proprietor, but yesterday he for mally turned' ,over the business to his soli Louis. The elder Inns is known to New Haveners as "Pop" ami a genial host. . TO FIX ALDERMEN'S CHAMBER. The c'ontract for replacing the cell ing of the aldermanlc chamber, which has been declared unsafe, was award- WINTER !S HERE'S SOMETHING Both Day II safeguards the temperature in mm It is adapted foe why not unload 'and save money too i Investigate this wonderful device. i Shown and sold by THE BUCKINGHAM-ROUTH COMPANY, 151 Court Street. . l H0lc p': Hear the Edison Phonograph! J; j Why not own one? It is an ,easy matter on our weekly pay-j ment plan, and the Phonograph jwiH prove a source of education iand profit during the long win-t ter evenings. . oaison $32.50. Home Phonography i- Phonof Edison Standard graph, $22.50. . Edison Gem, Phonograph, ,$12.56. . ' Each outfit complete with, large flower horn and hora1 orane. . u mam Complete Rouse Furnishers, Oranss and Center Sts. ed to Hubert E. Warner, jr., by Direc tor Coe yesterday morning". Mr. War ner was the only bidder and his price was $329., When the repairs were sug gested John N. Leonard was asked to" give an estimate of the cost, and fig ured that it would amount to $325. Mr, Leonard being a member of the i board of relief was prohibited from bidding. i UAO ! UttlM For Infants and Children. ' lite Kind You Hava Always Sought 7 . Bears the Signature COMING ON. yoU' WANT. TO READ. aid Mglit isr own m II This "boss" of the heating plant looks after your comfort, stands guard over vour ronl hin anA family from colds due to uneven the home. he Jewel! Controls with Time Clock attachment Is tho only device that automatically provides for a higher temperature In the morning without losing thermostatic control through the night, , .. For example : - .-. V Suppose you want to reduce the temperature of the house to 60 degrees during the night, but would like to have It at 70 degrees by the time the family arises. Before retiring, you set back the controller to 60 degrees Then you set the time clock attachment to bring the tem perature up 70 at seven o'clock. ' iln spite of any sadden changes out-doors during the night, the Controller will maintain the temperature yon wish, and the faithful Clock will open the drafts In time to give you the desired warmth In the morning. ' And then all day the Controller goes right on keeping your house warmed "just right.'' use with steam, hot water or hot air. vour heatiner worries on rh ".Tmii si