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eW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, DECEM3ER 14, 1907.
tt 11 V ! WALLINGFORD NEWS Petition Sent to General Manager Punderford to Receive Atten tionCase of James Valente Other Doings. (Special Jourlal-Courier News Service.) Wallingford, Dep. 13. That the peti tion v,-hicli was sent to Manager John K. Punderford of the Connecticut com pany regarding the Main street trol ley service is to receive careful atten tion is assured by the following self explanatory letters: ' New Haven, Dec. 11, 1907. Mr. Samuel Hodgkinson, . Wallingford, Conn., My Dear Senator: Yours of the 6th instant received here on the 9th,. with petition, has been carefully read, and I can assure you it will receive proper, attention. I have taken up the matter with General Traf ' lie Manager A. B. Smith, who says he will be pleased to go to Wallingford and talk the matter over with you, and I have, therefore, handed your let ter and petition to him. Thanking you for your very kind letter, I remain, Tours very truly,. JOHN K. PUNIDERFORD, General Manager. New Haven, Dec. 12, 1907. Mr. Samuel Hodgkinson, Wallingford? Conn., Dear Sir: Mr. Punderford has1 to-day sent me your letter of December 6th in regard to service in Wallingford, and I hope sometime the latter part of next week to be able to see you; although at tht present writing I am unable to defin itely make an engagement. Yours truly, ; , A. B. SMITH,- . , General Traffic Manager. James Valente, the fourten-year-old son of G. Valente, who was arrested f by Officer O'Reilly last evening on charge of burglary and misconduct was ; up before Judge Phelps in the police court this afternoon at 5 o clock, He was sentenced to be put in the State Reform school at Meriden and will probably be taken there to-morrow. It is said the boy is beyond all correc tion. . i: "Six Cups of Chocolate," a dainty lit I tie play, scored one of the biggest hits 1'of the season' when presented by the ji Phelps School Dramatic club at the' I Phelps gymnasium' this evening. The J parts we're all taken well and reflected great credit on the performers. Misses Jacques, McClelland and Tuttle were exceptionally good and thoir lines were rendered with the ease of experienced actresses.; The musical numbers and recitations were also features of the evening. The cast for the, players was as follows: t Adelaide von Llndau Miss ' Clara Missall. : ENGRAVED VISITING CARDS and , ADDRESS DIES w. l: wightman 101 ORANGE ST. , Room 1. 1st Plooni tr NO FIRM IN HEW ENGLAND' BETTER SKILLED IN ARTISTIC EFFECTS, BETTER EQVTED IN MATERIALS, MORE RE ABLE IN PRICES. Our materials on hand would decorate the Armory to a finNn j!t tim. ' U'Pr and not fntleh finsta rf mntAftfilfl i -.... '" 'iVU artists: use our own brains. Nw jure for you. p XEW IIAVFX DECORATING CO. 493-501 State St. Telephone 7C4-4. mnty IN SPOONS, SUGAR SHELLS, BUTTER KNIVES, Etc. attractively put -op In lined cases can te easily selected la "(47 ROGERS BROS the brand that made "ROGERS" famous. Wares bearing this mark are pcrtirularlir do ckable for gifts, as the quality is so well known. P.e member"J47 RQGCnS BP.CS." Take no subacute. Sold by lesdihg dealers everywhere. Send to the mairers for now "C-L," tell ing abont "fiiiver Plate thu Wears." Finely illustrated. ' ;n DniTANKiA co., ArA1. , i , f4 MofWan, Conn, it' -(l,,',.' Z?r 7" . f.'.i Combination l T-i-."i J sasa-( ' t V? :i .r in l i - v.iV- - ' . i l, . Mi 1 't ..... . ... " --mnmrnwiiW)! i yi, - Dorothy Green Miss Marjoria Tut tle. Marion LeeMiss Mabel See. Hester Beacon Miss Delia Field. 'Beatrix van Kortland Miss Jessie McClelland. Jeanette Durand Miss Marie Jacques. Mrs. A. B. Jennings entertained a number of her Wallingford friends with a competitive whist at her home in Yalesville this afternoon. Four ta bles were occupied and a most enjoy able afternoon wa.s spent by those present. The prizes were all handker chiefs and were awarded to the fol lowing: Mrs. J. Tenney Barker, Mrs. John P. Stevenson, Mrs. W. Hapgood, Mrs. O. H. D. Fowler; guests prize, Mrs. Butler. Miss Etta Cunningham was pleasant ly surprised by a party, of her young friends at her home on William street last evening. All rpresent reported a jolly good time. The guests were: Misses Helen Francis, Catherine O' Brien, Helen Gallagher, Elizabeth O' Brien, Margaret McGuire, Mary Gill ooly, Sadie Lanouette, Veronica Miller, Mary Greon, Etta Cunningham; John Keating, B. St. Hllaire, James Rogers, Charles Heslin, Thomas Fitzgerald, James Keating, George Tighe, Edward Wrlnn, August Grotzke, Frank Volner, Cornelius O'Keefe, Henry Cnfnnls. . At the last of the meetings of the grange the , following officers were elected: Master George A. Hopson. Overseer R. H. Stone. Lecturer Miss Flora Beach. Steward B, F.' HUrrison. Assistant steward Charles Cooper. Chaplain A. D. -McLean. Secretary Miss Flora Hough. Treasurer J. H. Hough. Gate keeper W. H. Harrison. Pomona Mrs. Frank Frost. Ceres Mrs. I'va Wilcox. Flora MI33 Dorenda Beckett. Lady assistant steward Mrs. Charles Cooper. Pianist E. Leslie Rose. Chorister H. S. . Kirtland. ' Member of executive for three years Marcus Cooke. . Ground ha3 been . broken on East ' Main street fora seven room house to j be erected for Joseph Odette, jr. Peter 'Lacroix has the contr.ncit, The struct jture will be, built on land just south of the Josepn Odetrs piace. Miss Alice MeCran of New Haven ar rived to-day for a visit with her aunt. Mrs. Rose GalTney of North Whittlesey Mrs. W G. Bates of South Main street left to-day for a visit In New Haven. Mrs. Dr. Russell left to-day for a short stay with f riends in New York. MIzpsh chapter, No. .37, O. E. S., ap pointed the following at its annual meeting last evening: Worthy matron, ls;.?V B- Hall, worthy patron, Dr, c. . Webb; associate matron, Mrs. Lv dla Coc; secretary, Mrs. O. R rower treasurer, Mrs, G. F. Hull; conduct' Mrs. R. Nickerson; associate csnduc' ress, Miss Florence Wilson. Aceanant lodge how leads by 4S points in the pool tournament with the Hancock lodge of South Meriden. Lat night's score?: Accanant Mitchell 3(V Taylor, 60; Douglass, 50; Northrop.' 50; Hancock Greenwood 60; Turner .!' Geehrinff, 3ft; Smart, 37; total for Acca naht, ISO : total for Hancock, 160. Don't forget tbe moving pictures at the opera house to-morrow, matlneo and evening. To-morrow, the Choate basketbaa team will play the Manor school at Stamford. The regular meeting of local 35S has naml ttr cn.,Ul ...i. .... T.inu .viii jju-is. nave our TTnven Is nnt : '. v s ii., r 1 ... " - ""U. JUCl us a, i i 4' Designs 4 been postponed until Sunday afternoon, December 22. Wallingford won two out of three games played with the Kickers in the City Bowling' loague contest at the Woodbine alleys. MARRIAGE AND SUICIDE. Cliieago Records Point to Advantage of Single Blessedness. Chicago, Dec. 13. Married persons are much more liable to commit sui cide .than single onss, according to the ' al report of the coroner, Peter M. Hoffman, to the county boajd. Of a total of 497 persons who com mitted suicide in Chicago in the twelve months ending December 1, 1907, 200 were married, while 124 were single. Thirty-six widowers also were on the ' list, thirteen widows, and ten diverced persons. In twenty-four cases the cor oner was unable to. learn whether the person had ever been married oi1 not. STILL FEAR NIGHT RIDERS. Tobacco Planters Are Guarding Every j Road Into City. Hopkinsville, Ky., Dec. 13. With Com I pany D on duty and a large'number of citizens guarding every road leading into the city, Hopkinsville passed an other twenty-four hours without at tack by "night riders." There are ru mors of an invasion, and the people are preparing to defend the city with their lives. Henderson, Ky., Dec. 13. A note giv ing warning against further receipts of tobacco was found tacked on the door of the Imperial tobacco factory to-day. OLl FASHIONED ALMANACS. For 1008 Compiled nnd Published by I the John E. Bassctt & Co. ' The new 19C8 old fashioned alman3C compiled and published by "To Oldo Harde Ware Store" of The John 12. j Bassett & Co. and which always is ac corded a hearty welcome, because of jits literary merits, wherever it go.s, because more Interesting when one tealltes that the pictures therein are pictures authoritative nd hliUorical. j The picture "Judge's Cave" was tkn j from an eld engraving made about j the middle of the last century by Mr. John Barber, a well known New Ha ven engravfr and historian, which shows the so-called cave as it arieria nea,rly a century ago, and prob.tb y was not very different at that t!ma from what It was at the time of the Pilgrims. The picture of the "Fight for the Ea gle" Is an Imaginary one, and the ar tist has endeavored tts far as possible to make his details fit the times in which the fight took place. This fight , was an, actual incident of the wir of 1S12, and an, account of it appears in one of the newsoancrs of that time. J The picture of the "Canal to Fa.rm ! Incton" Is a free hand sketch made from & drawing by Robert Bake well about 1S36. The house shown In the . picture was the home of Professor Sli , llman, and stood , on ' the corner of ; Trumbull street and Hillhouse avenue, j The picture of Trinity church, which was located about where C. E, Long'ey & Co.'s store now stands is from an I old drawing in the Historical society. It will be noticed that whit was prob ably the original town-pump Is showh j In the foreground. ' The picture of Tomliiison's bridge Is also from the same source, and shows the bridge very much as mint Of us re i member It, there having been very llt i tie change made In It between the tlma : it was built and the time It was re placed by the present bridge. The picture of the old City Market Is from ft drawing in the City Yearbook of 1871, which gives a description of tho old market, which was of special inter est at that time, Inasmuch as an rgt tation was under way for the building of the City Market which was destroy f.d by fire In 1S94. From cover to cover the little book Is replete with pithy observations an short historical sketches, nnd le.it the reader's mind be distracted by anxiety of what to buy for Christmas the firm has carefully picked out many of the most popular articles which qualify highest in this field. The almanacs are distributed free with the compliments of the firm. MOVE TO REINSTATE DETJL. Justice Removed from Special Sessions Trys to Get flack. New York, Dec. 13. In a report to the appellate division of the supreme court, ex-Justice Martin L. Stover, as referee, recommended to-day that the charges against Justice Joseph M. Deul be quashed1. District Attorney Jerome and Robert J. Collier preferred the charges, contending that Mr. Deul was unfit for his place on the bench of the court of special sessions. Justice Deul figured prominently In the trial of Norman Hapgood, editor of Collier's Weekly, on charges of libel brought by Colonel W. D. A. Mann, editor of -Town Topics. SILK MILLS AGAIN OPERATE. Trust's Plant at York, Pa., Will Work ITp Stock. York, Pa., Dec. 13.The issuance of receiver's certificates to the amount of $30,000 to be used in the operation of the plants of the York Silk company, was authorized by Judge Wannfer In court here to-day. It waa declared that the interest of the creditors would best be served by working up the raw and partly finished material on hand. An effort will be made to start the three mills in this city next wfek. Between 800 and 1,000 hands will be given em ployment. POISON OR NATURAL DEATH? Stamford, Conn., Dec. 13. The body of a fairly well dressed man was found rear a driveway in Woodland ceme tery to-day . lAfter a hasty examina tion, the medical examiner said he thought the man had died of natural causae, although it was possible that he may have taken poison. POPE COMPANY RESUMES. Hartford, Dec. 13. Permission ws granted the receivers of the Popo Man ufacturing company in tho superior court to-day, to continue manufactur ing business for four months, from De cember 28, by Judge Wheeler 0? CHINA IS WAKIXO IT. Hood of Foo-Chow I'nlvcrsity Predicts Blood; Revo'.ntion. . fa Francisco, D;c. 13.-Prof. D. L. Anderson, prtsident of Fon-Chow Uni versity, who arrived htre yes'.erday on the Elberla, believes . that . upon the death of the Empress Dowager, China will be the scene of a revolution, which will mark China's entrance into tho parliament. of nations as a Power to be reckoned with. y j Professor Anderson, who has rpent many years in China, says that the! people are now wide awake to the ne cessity for education; that the power of tho peopla is steadily growing, and , that the populace and . Its rulers are drifting further apart. ,' 1 "The younger generation in China," he says, "is acquiring a good educa tion. A revolution is pending. In the j nature of things, It is ;bound to bo a blocdy one. but China will be all the. better for It, and in the hands of new and enlightened administrators, who will have 'the confldenco of the people, China will be one of the greatest na tions of the earth." f MARCH ON TRIBESMEN. French Troops In Algeria Ordered to Press Submission. Oudja, Algeria, Deo: 3.-As the ne gotiations for the submission of the re bellious Bonis Nassen tribesmen are not coming to a head as rapidly as had been expected, the Frepth troops, under the command of, General Liiu tey have received orders to besln a for ward concentric movement toward the mountain retreats of tho tribesmen, with the object of forcing tho native leaders to yield. All villages submit ting to the French will not be harmed, but those resisting will be razed and burned. FAVORS CENTRAL BANK. Ex-Mint Director Roberta Says Such Institution Is Needed. Chicago, Dec. 13. George E. Roberts, ex-director of the United States .Mint, now president of the Commercial Na tional Bank of Chicago, in addressing the Men's club of St. Luke's Episcopal church of Evanston last night, an nounced that he was heartily in favor of the establishment of a central gov ernmental bank. "The time has come." he said, "when the United Jtates munt follow the ex ample of evtry other important coun try of the world, and establish a gov ernmental bank, CORTELYOU WILL NOT RESIGN. Secretary of Treasury Calls Rumors to That Effect "Another Lie." Washington, Dec. 13. In answer to inquiries as to the truth of the report which has gained some currency here that Secretary Cortelyou is about to resign from the cabinet, the secretary's! sole comment was: "That is another He.", " .Hale's Honey audi Tar Stops the cough. Cures the cold. Heals the sore throat. Certain, safe and pal atable. v Your druggist sells it. PlkP'B Tocili.irlia Drops Cure lc O;;o K'.':ra'.s. The strongest sometimes eat the least, but they eat wisely Not hat you eat, but what you digest, gives you strength. TV is the most nourishing and di gestible food made from flour. Eat wisely-eat for strength Uneeda Biscuit mm In moisture' and (lust proof packages. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY BANK SAFER THAN TRUNK. Mrs. Rciliy Believes So Now That Her $3,000 is Stolen. Jersey City, N. J., Dec. 13.-A trunk containing $3,000 In cash and some bank books was stolen from the home of Mrs. Ellen Rcilly, at No. 28 Morris street, early to-day, according to a statement mado to the police by the woman's lawyer. . ' During the financial flurry Mrs. Rell ly drew most of her money out of the banks and put it Into the trunk, think ing that was a safe place. The door of the room from' which the trunk was stolen was not locked, and the thieves had an easy task. HELD FOR ILLEGAL SELLING. , Michael D. Phillips, a saloon dealer of 37 Washington avenue, was arrested yesterday by Patrolman Doran of the Howard avenue station for violation of the liquor law. DANGEROUSLY, ILL. ' Mrs. Martha J. Northrop, formerly of West Haven a4id Westvllle, Is dan gerouslyt 111 with pneumonia at the home of, her daughter, airs. Benjamin Collins In iMeriden. 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DOUGLAS SHOE STORE IN NEW HAVEN; 870 Chanel St., cor, Ciiurpv n H SUICIDAL ATTEMPT. Drunken Man ricked Up With Razor Cuts on Neck. After being picked up on Chapel street near Ferry early yesterday morning, , intoxicated, and bleeding from several cuts on his throat, which he did not explain, a bloody razor was found in the pocket of John Gilmore, an East Havener, upon his arrival at tho Grand avenue police station, and it Is believed by the police that he at tempted suicide in a drunkne frenzy. The cuts were found to be "bu( very slight upon examination, and the razor was a dull ope. Gilmore was released when he sobered up later, and he left without giving any explanation of him self. The razor Tras held by the po lice : '' ' . , WARD GIVEN SEVEN YEARS. A petition was filed in the probate court yesterday asking for the appoint ment of an administrator In the estate of James Ward who has been absent for over seven years. December 20 has been appointed as the ' date for the hearing. Oldest Established Furrier in New Haven. JOHSM WOLF, FURRIE.R. 739 CHAPEL STREET Over Hull's Drug Store. GUARANTEED. ail widths in tiSBs easy. .reason juglas W. L. $3.50 shoes are worn by more men , in all walks of . life than any other make is j) because they Ihold their shape, fit better, wear foj luiiuci, auu Q) are of greater Q value than any A .9 An mn. 1 FA 1st nS intheworldtoday- MELAXCHOLL SUICIDE Norwich Woman Suffering from Men1 tal Trouble Takes life, Norwich, Dec. 13. While Buffering acutely from melancholia, Mx.s Qeorg A. Holland, wife of the local agent for the American Express company, took her life in her home in Otis street to-day by tying a cord around her neck and attaching the other end to a dcor knob sinking to the floor so as to: strangle. Mr. and Mrs. Holland came kere from?' Laconla, N. H., a few months since. Mrs. Holland had suf fered at times from mental troubles. She was ii years of age. ANTI-BILLBOARD CRUSADE. New York Professional Men Object fo Inartistic Placards. New York, Dec. 13. in effort of the corporation counsel je special term of the supreme, day, to remove the billboards' top of the Fifth Avenue moto, was reflected the beginning of i, rrent to limit street and skyline tisin'g in the greater city. An org tlon of business and professional artists and architects are being fa with this object in view, and the 6 legislature will be asked to pass a controlling the operation of enterpr ing display agents. ! CHURCH GETS SMALL rtTNY $304 - West Haven M. E. Left Will. v The will of Harriet A. Van Steen. bergh was filed yesterday afternoon in the probate court. There are provls ions leaving $200 for the use of th West Haven Methodist Episcopal church, $100 to the eame institution for the benefit of the poor, all the per sonal property to the sister of the de ceased, Jane R, Lomas, and the re mainder is divided among a numbep of relatives. John B. Lomas is nama4 as executor. SNOW REPLACES CALHOUlf. Massachusetts Minister Aocepts Pas-, torate of Llle-fellow of Yal, Winsted, Conn,, Deo. 13. Rev. flffiver ard Walker Snow, of Beverly,' Mass, has accepted the pastorate of the Sec ond Congregational church here, suo ceeding Rev. NewelJH. Calhoun, who is a fellow of Yale corporation, and now resides In New Haven. Keep up the supply of fresh, young j blood and retain your strengtli and youth. ,. Purify it and prevent disease. Equalize the circulation and avoid congestive headaches. Rejuvenate the blood with ams "''' K?tryv'tre. In boxes 10c. and 25c. Plumbing, Healing and Sheet Metal ork Defective Plumbing Overhauled and Put in Perfect, Sani . , tary Condition. i Jobbing Promptly Attended to. - v ' ' Call and Inspect Our Show Rooms. .1 The Coe & Coleman Co, 970 Chapel Street. 'Phone 3408. Our Business. WE SELL electric motors, dynamos, lamps, wire, electrical supplies of all kinds. WE MAKE switchboards, panel boards,, electric signs, special electrical devices. 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