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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1908.
Stoldard's Panetelas. A new 6liipmcut just arrived something new. 5 Cents Each, 6 for 25 Cents $2.25 a Box. Fifty in a Box. L L Stoddard Tobacco Co'. The PLEADINGS 10-DAY Criminal Side of Superior Court to Put Prisoners to Plea v at 2 o'Clock. ' 940 C ha-el Street Wedded To Wool? If you are, very good But if you want the product of a later ecienue you will find convincing hygienic reasons why you should wear Dr. Deinrnl (Lin8n Mesh Underwear. Underwear Is a "close-to-home" article and merits your best consideration. By keeping the skin In a healthy condition the lia bility to colds, bronchitis and many forms of rheumatism is great ly lessened, so much so that many physicians prescribe Dr. Delmel's underwear to people who are susceptible to these affections. Sole agents. LIST OF CASES COMING UP Docket Is Long One, Cut Has No Very Sensational Crimes Charged . by the State. CHAPEL ST.. (INCORPORATE!) N CP THE TOV'N PUMP NEW HAVEN. ATTACKS PRESIDENT Representative Willett nounces Utterances Cause of Panic. De- as SINCERE, BUT NOT SENSIBLE Hardwlek .Predicts Tliat the Only Safety for the Party Lies hi the Nomination of Taft. and because of his lack of sense and lack of due appreciation of the true condition of our nation, that we have this panic t.o-day." ALDRICIl OCCUPIES SENATE. Currency Bill Read Prohibition Also Discussed. Washington, Jan. 7. The usualj reso lution referring the president's annual message to the several cuuuiuiacco, nished the occasion in the house of rep resentatives to-day lor a number of ad dresses, mostly by members of the democratic side. These covered a va riety of subjects, but those that at tracted especial attention were by Kepresentatlve Shepard of Texas and Willett of New York The former not only made a plea for the restoration of the legena in uuu wo i American coins. - but discussed the cruise of the American battleship nest ' .and referred to a possible conflict with tMr?" Willett placed all the blame for the recent financial panic on President Koosevelt, whom he denounced In se vere terms. He charged the president with not being a sensible man and with having turned on the gas and not the light and with going up and down the country condemning and striking with the big stick the heads of great industrial institutions. . Republican politics were attacked by Mr. Hardwlck of Georgia, who predict ed that the only safety for the party . . . . , t OanVettdtPV Til I I lay in uiu iiuiuintt" - for the presidency. . The national banking laws were dis cussed Dy mr. 1UIIIS 1 ...ru. an...., ,. j. ' urged as a protection to depositors the taking of bank deposits with the view of securing a fund for that purpose. -The resolution -was) pending when the jhouse adjourned until to-morrow. . i WILIiETT S 1K1UIUAJ1I..M. Washington, Jan. 7 Senator Al drich to-day introduced his currency bill which has been a subject for dis cussion among members of the com mittee on finance for some days. He had the bill read to the senate, and announced that the committee would be glad to consider in connection with it all bills that senators might desire to introduce. He assured Senator Culberson that his resolution would receive attention.. Senator Clay, of Georgia, announced that he proposed to have a vote in the senate to test the sentiment of that body, on his resolution favoring a fed eral law to uphold states in their ef forts to make effective prohibition within their borders. He wanted the senate to pass his resolution instruct ing the committee on judiciary to bring in a bill to accomplish this pur pose, but upon objection by Senator Nelson the resolution was allowed to go over until the next meeting of the senate. ' At 1:40 the senate adjourned until next Thursday to permit more work by committees. Aldrlch bill will be found on Page 5. 'Declares Roosevelt Turned on the Gas Instead of the light. Wnahlnirlon. Jan. 7. Severe denuncl atlon was heaped upon pres. Koose Vent In the house of representatives to dav hv Mr. Willett of New York, who In the course of some remarks on tni financial question, charged the pre-U-iont with not being a sensible man unit with having characterized th ; heads of great industrial Institutions ho dishonest, thereby bringing on condition of lack of confidence among : ihK neonle and ultimately a panic. The trouble with the president, he said, "h ad been that he had Hot been turning on the light Dill turning on vne gas, -" We have had top much talk from him, li'e said. 'i The president had gone forth day Bitter day to the American people and t he people of the world and declared to them that the men who hold the reins of our great Industrial Instltu-1 Ulons are dishonest, are not worthy of our confluence a'nd trust. "We want cheer," he said. "We do not want our f chief executive going up and down this ,'' country condemning and striking with the big stick everything that sticks its head up." ' What was wanted, he said, was a nan to nerform his duties with dignity and with power and with the influ ence of all sane men behind him. It Mas been said our president is sin cere," he continued. "He niny be ho but we want good sense In the presi dent alone with his sincerity." He declared that President Roose- velt was not a sensible man and con cluded "It Is because of wliRt I charge him with, with all the powers of my mind 1 and body as my profound conviction, Tlie criminal side of the superior court will be called at 2 o'clock this af ternoon. At that time the prisoners will be put to plea. The jury wiil come in to-morrow. J The following is the list of prisoners, their charges, their attorneys and whether thev have been out on bail or have been in jail: John W. Ashman, Ansonia, attempt at statutory burglary, Attorney Wynne, out on bail. Char.es Bland, New Haven, theft from nerson. Attorney Goodhart, in jail. Delphino Rossa, Walllngford, thefit. out on bail. John Brenton, Walllngford, burglary, second offense, in jail. Charles Butler, Merlden, statutory burglary, to be tried with Fox, in jail. Lorenzl Canaparl, Woodbriuge crueity to animals, two counts, Attor ney McCune, to be tried with Laranae, out on bail. Andrea Carrano, New Haven, carnal knowledge and abuse of female under 16, Attorney Fitzgerald, out on bail, Michael F. Coleman, New Haven statutory burglary and theft of poul try, Attorney Fitzgerald, in jail. John .T. Cull. New naven, assault Attorney Hoadley, out on ball. Thomas E. Dickenson, New Haven statutory burglary, three counts, At' tornrv Fitzeerjld. to be tried with Hall, Mockill anl Tibbies, In jail. Maurice Douglas, alias Maurice All man, New Haven, burglary, in jail. John n. Ellis. New Haven, assault with Intent to kill, Attorney J..F. 'Don ovan, out on bail. John Fox, Meridon, statutory burg lary, to be tried with Butler, In jail. Charles A. Gray, New Haven, uittr Ins a dwelling in daytime, assault, At torney Manor, in jail. Arthur W. Hall, New Haven, statu tory burglary, two counts, Attorney Stahl, in jail, to be tried with Di- ker- ith intent to rape, Attorney Slade, on bai!. Samuel Skorish, New Haven, theft. Attorney Rinkin, in jail. Jessie Smith, New Haven, theft from person, wltn tuunu, in jau. Mason A. Stowen, .ew Haven, stat utory burglary, Attorney Fitzgerald, on bail. , Cornelius Sullivan, Branford, tramp, in jail. Antonas TamaszansKas, Ansonia, statutory burglary, Attorney Aaronson, on bail. Jos-jpli Tomalinus, Woodbridge. theft, in jail. Walter S. Tnbbles, New Haven, stat utory burglary, Attorney Donovan, with MeskUl, Hall and Dickinson, on bail. William J. Tryon, New Haven, statu tory burglary, in jail. Frank Vlake, New Haven, assault. Attorney Maher, on bail. Thomas Waters, with Carey and Kirby, on bail. Harry A. West, Hamden, arson. At torney Goodhart, on ball. TURNERS' nOVO DRILL. Splendid Prof. tomobile in which Mr. and Mrs. Kann were crossing the trolley tracks at Bay View, on the west shore, was struck by a trolley car and Mrs. Kann thrown out and severely injured. Mrs. Kann sues for $5,000 and her husband in a separate action asks $3,000 for the injuries. Mr. Kann also sues in a further action for $5,000 for the loss of the services of his wife. Joseph Foerch of Mllford also sues the company for $5,000, alleging that on the same day and at the same ulace as the two foregoing ac tions named he also was injured in the 'collision. Charles B. Backer, the driver of the automobile, also asks $5,000 for injuries received in the same accident. Maximilian A. Pleucker asks $3,000 for the same accident. i Judge Wheeler's One Case. In the superior court yesterday be fore Judge George W. Wheeler the case of Chippendale vs. Hull was re ported off. The case of Andrew Galil ean vs. the city of New Haven, was argued till the closing of the court be fore a jury. The case was one for $o,- ' 000 damages for injuries sustained by the plaintiff on March 12, 1905, on Wooster stivet. Corporation Counsel Daggett contended for the city that it was a case of raasonable care on the city's part at the locality and that that was all the law required. The case was tried last year and the jury disagreed Attorney H. C. Webb represented the plaintiff and Corporation Counsel Dag gett the city. Attorney H. Rogers, who has been appointed corporation counsel by Mayor Martin' and who takes office Feb. 1, sat with Mr. Dag gett during the trial. Other Cases Returned. . Frank I. Baldwin of Woodbridge sues Michael A. and Jennie A. Parker of Ansonia to foreclose on property in Ansonia on which there is a debt of $1,500. Robert A. Palmer of North Haven sues Charles Fusco to recover on a noto of $1,500, secured by land, in Orange. William Mazeine of Branford against Emory S. Eno is an action to foreclose on a note of $1,400 secured by property at Short Beach. The president and fellows of Yale college sue Charles A. Bradley et ux., et al., to foreclose on property In Court street in which the amount involved is $4,000. The National Savings bank foreclose a note given by Elliott Bradley for $2,800 secured by property in Atwater street. The Farmington Savings bank sues James L. Blair and William B. Jolly to foreclose mortgage of $1,500 on property in Chapel street occupied by the Emergency hospital. Sues City for Fall. Emma J. Dingman has sued the city of New Haven for $4,500 damages in the "superior court as a result" of a fall at 10 Orange street on Oct. 25, 1907. It is alleged in the writ that there was an iron door not properly supported that caused the accident. She was employed as a housekeeper. man, Meshill and Tibbies. John H. Hobbs, New Haven, statu tory burglary and theft of poultry, to be tried with Coleman, in jail. John Kelley, i Ansonia, forgery, In jail. ' John E. Kenney, New Haven, statu tory burglary. In jail. WH .m Kerby, with Water and Carey. Giuseppe Lnrande, Woodbridge, cru elty to animals, two counts, Attorney McClure, with Canaparl, on ball. Edwward Lavlgne, New Haven, theft, third offense, Stanford and Cap- Exhlbltlon Vndor Fischer's Lcartcrsliip. Under the very able director of Prof. Hugo Fischer, the New Haven Turn Verein gave an Interesting exhibition! Ian, in jail. of physical culture at Harmonie hall! Joseph Lewis, New Haven, statutory last 'night. There was an opening, burglary, in jail. march in which the members of all thej John F. Lonergan, New Haven, stat- classes took part, and this was fil-iutory burglary, in jail. lowed by a drill and general gymnastic Daniel Long, alias Frank O'Neil, exhibition by the members of the older! embezzlement as agent, Attorney classes. These exercises were gonej Strouse, in Jail. through with splendid unap and finish,! Luigl LongsbardI, alias Anollo Sa showlng interest in every motion, nd: vartnno, Hamden. statutory blrglary were proof of excellent training. Th's' three coutts, In jail. was true of the marching, drr.llr.at and' Anthony Matusevtch, Ansonia, stat pyramld work of the younger classes, j utory burglary, Attorney Aaronson, in L,aaticr cummng pyramid work was: jail. the last number on the program ind! Dennis McCarthy, Merlden, statutory was taken part In by nbvit twenty! burglary, Attorney O'Brien, In Jail, members of the men's class. j Frank J. McGovcrn, Walllngford, Prof. Fischer, who was one of ho! theft, in Jail. leaders In the last national Safest, Constantino Mdlar, New Haven, at Ifldlanapolls, Ind., which city is his theft from person, in jail, home, is taking a course ;f nedlral Thomas J. Mesthall, statutory burg- gymnatlcs under Dr. Arnold, and has; lary, in Jail, to be tried with DUken- had charge of the Turn Verein during son, Hall and fribbles. the past few months. RipH progics-s Frank Morclla, alias Morris Morella has been made under his direction. jjew Haven, theft from person, In Jail (After the drill he classes of boys; Harry W.' Nesblt, New Haven, theft and girls marched to I'je ;dattnn ana from porson, on ball were given their ?hrisim-is rmem-j stefano Tarone. alias Goorg Ross, branccs. There .vcre tis or p,m ior jjcw Haven, assault with intent to the girls nnd belts ior th? boys, and kill, on bail. V each one received in ad.li.in.i i or, Ralph Reed, New Haven, statutory goodies. A program of tweivo iium- rirgiai.yi on ball bern whs danced, Lang's orchestra lur nishing the music. The, committee in crmr; of the m tertal'nment were: Messrs. W. S.-.nlns- Divorce Cases Returned. Seven divorces actions were returned to the superior court yesterday., Charlotte Louise Emerson, nee Tal madge, sues Hoadley Ives Emerson for divorce. The couple were married Oqt S, 1S34, and the allegations are adultery with Jane Doe, habitual intemperanc and Intolerable cruelty. The claims ar r divorce, custody of child and all t ny. He is alleged to oe worm tu, Francesco Sanzero against Carmena Stabile Sanzero, who were married Jan. 17, 1904, is an action for divorce on grounds of cruelty and lnternper ance. Cleveland J. Griswold of Guilford sues Annie K. Griswold ior divorce The couple were married April 13, 1SS2 The allegation Is that the defendant was guilty of adultery. Mary M. Felter, nee Newberry, who was married April 15, 1900, sues Lewis S. Felter of Orange Tor divorce on grounds of cruelty. She desires custody of two children. Nellie Ilrennan, nee Dunphy, of Sey mour, sues James Eronnan of the same place, and claims alimony. She was married March 15, 1S9S, and It is al leged In the writ that the plaintiff Is guilty of cruel'y. The defendant Is said to have property to tho value of $12, 000. There are no children. Elizabeth H. Cnrgill, nee Beesloy who was mirrled Oct. 7, 1836, sues Archie A. Carglll, formerly of this city, but now of Davenport, la., for divorce on ground."! of desertion. Edward F. Alex of Merlden sues De- Hum Ulcx of St. Camclle, P, I., Can. for divorce on grounds of desertion Her maiden name was Dellma St. Onge, nnd shfi was married Dec. 25, 1907. The desertions occured Oct. 1, 1S98. Judge Rorabuck's Court. Before Judge Roraback In the super ior court yesterday at the special ses !on, the appeal of Mary L. Woodward from probate went on trial. This case Is the outcome of , the John O. Noxon legal tangle in Merlden. It will be re membertd that he was the principal figure In an alienation of affections suit In which all concerned were over 70 years of age. He left about $15,000 and shortly after his death his wife died before his estate was settled. After their deaths It was found that in 1863 he had adopted a daughter in Wiscon sin and as she was found the estate was divided In the probate' court In Merlden. Mary L. Woodward was a! sister of Noxon and she claims that hor brother was not a resident of Mer Idcn and tliat he died in Brooklyn which was his place of abode. The claim Is therefore that the Judge o probate In Merlden had no right to probate the estate. It Is on this fou that the trial is on. The case of Rosa vs. the Waterbury Brass company was continued. : 849-6S3 CHAPEL ST. January Clearance Sale To-day our prices arc lower than ever, and the variety to select from is immensely greater than we have previously shown. AU this season's most approved models. :. . LONG COATS. Every Coat in our stock included in this sale, and to-day we give your unrestricted choice of all our $12, $15 and $20 Coats, In Black and Colors, for Street or Evening wear long aud short all sizes, I . . - $9.87. EVENING COATS. : , Some of our imported models, in all the pastel shades. Formerly $35.00, $40.00, $58.00, , nn $58.75, $60.00, $65.00. NOW JptO.UU LADIES' SUITS. All this season's favorite styles are here In plain broadcloths, striped and checked suitings. , $25.00 Suits now priced at $15.00. $35.00 Suits now priced at $20.00. $15.00 Suits now priced at $25.00, . RICH FURS. POXY COATS. $ 45.00 now $28-75. 9 C0.00 now $30.00. $ 65.00 now $15.00. $ 90.00 now $60.00. $110.00 now $68.75. LYNX SETS. , $35.00 now $22.50. $60.00 now $37.50. $80.00 now $55.00. MINK SETS. $05.00 now $42.50. $92.00 now $65.00. NOTE A few odds and ends in Coats, Skirts, Children's Goods, I Purs t he list being too long to enumerate at practically hall the -cost price. A , FRIEND E. BROOKS CHAPEL 13 STEEET Up One Flight. I emphasize my address aud the fact of being one flight of stairs np be cause to-day I am the only "Brooks" actively engaged in tills city In tho fur business. My repuiutiou for competent, carefu: fur work, for reliable, satltf lite tory fur garments, is an asset I prize, a principle I will always strive to preserve. . ; . Bronson Case Pate. Because of illness of Attorney Good win Stoddard and the engagements of Judge Shumway the Bronson trustee cases asralnst the New Haven County and Mechanics banks, In connection with the E. S. Wheeler company af fairs, and which involve $20,000, were postponed in the superior court yes terday until March 31. but this claim will be disputed by the other creditors. A. M. Anketell, who was at the heaH of the company, will be heard Sat' day morning in regard to his way o: conducting the company's business, be fore Henry Q. Newton, referee in bankruptcy. DGIKGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Town Clerk's Office. Did Not Steal Tools. Andrew Anderson, a carpenter, was before the police court yesterday morning charged with stealing some tools belonging to Contractor William II. Allen, of 64 1 Columbus avenue, and also 12 belonging to Mrs. Allen. An derson pleaded not guilty, and he was represented by Attorney Fitzgerald. Judge Tynrr found Anderson not guilty and disehniVd him. John J. Itoche, New Haven, then from person and assault, Attorney Goodhart, In Jail. Marv TJnR. nllna Marv Jnll.mn. New ser, Henry Schnelle, Henry iscnmmi,, HaVfli renting house for prostitution, Charles Balbler. Ivouls Horn, John, ..,, r.rmdhnrt. nn hail. Guende and Fred E'ocl. CASTOHIA Bean tta Signature of ,lli8 Kind Von Have Wmvs Boitt w - Attorney Goodhart, nn ball. Frank R. Rowe, New Haven, theft of horse, In jail. Pasquale Schuretta, Merlden, assault with Intent to murder, Attorney Gerar- di, in jail. Wolf Senderoff, New Haven, assault .ou MID-WINTER FURNITURE SALE of ENTIRE STOCK cf FURNITURE AT 20, 30, 40 and 50 DISCOUNT IS NOW ON. Genuine reductions of from one fifth to one-half on our EntTe Stock cf Furniture except G obe-Wernicke Book Cases and Ostermoor Mattresses. This offer comes to the people of New Hav n but once a yearour Mid- Winter sale to reduce stock before inventory. Thrifty folks avail them selves of th s remarkable offer and we furnish many houses and shore cottages that are not even as yst completed. Sale terms cash in three days tut we will ho d the furo ture for yon at no charge. THE CHAMBERLAIN 46, 48, 50 Orange St 75, 77, 79, SI, 85, 87, 89, 91 Crown Sf CO. "Corner Store." Other Cnxcs Hotnrnrd. There were about sixty suits return d to the superior court yesterday for the Januarv return day. Some of them are given herewith: Charles A. Pradley BRalnst Gcorpe Strickland of Windsor is n auto suit in which $2,000 Is claimed. Tho col Islon took place In front of the Wal Ungford postofnee. The White Co.' of Boston ajralnst James F. Cox Is an action for a set tlement of claims due service the de fendant acted as agent of plaintiff In elllnar autos. There is a difference of $169. Maria Yotins Horsfalls appeal from probata concerns the will of the late Eliza Young of Bethany and the ac count In the estate made. Admlnls trator Arthur II. Doollttle. Isaac Swirsky against the N. J. Jennlson Co. of Minneapolis Is action for $3,500 alleged violation of con tract on fale of flour. Edward A. Spencer's appeal from the action of the selectmen of Mllford who appointed Attorney George E, Beers as his conservator. Attorney Omar W. Piatt of Milford was also made a conservator. Frances Young Clarke of Orange sues Clarence E. Clark for support, alleging the defendant has refused, al though able and in possession of real estate In West Haven. Octave Dupoint of Merlden cues William C. Mullen, who is executor of the estate of Rosalie Krempler. Th action Is to recover $1,200 alleged to have been lent prior to the death Rosalia Krempler. The Consolidated railroad sues Samuel Land of this city for $7S4 on common counts. John W. Curtiss of Ansonia against Edward D. Tomlinson of Oxford is a action to recover $1,100 on common counts. Philip Student of Derby sues Gui- seppi Beretto of Derby for $1,400 on common counts. Six cases against the Connecticut company were returned. Five of them were for accidents. They are as follows: Julia A. Malcolm against the com pany is an action ior 3.uuo, claim ing that on September 7, 1907, as she was about to alight irom a car at Church and Chapel streets, the car suddenly started, throwing her and causing severe injuries. she is a teacher In the local schools at a sala ry of 1108 and was confined to her bed four weeks, and will be unable for some time to attend to her duties. Henry E. Kann and wife also sue the company for $5,000 damages, al leging that on October 1, 1907, an au- A Fish Story. Dominic Wcoppetto, of Wooster treet, was brought before the police court yesterday morning by Game Warden Clark on a charge of falling to file with the secretary of state his report of his yearly catch of fish- On request of the game warden the case went over until Friday under a bond of $150. Slolo from Tailor. Jail sentences of forty-five days with fines of $15 were given by Judge Tyner yesterday In the rases of Frederick S. Rothschild and Joseph Cohen, the Cen ter street tailors, Implicated In the theft of material from J. C. Goldbaum, the Church street tailor, for which Lc- Roy Edwards, his errand boy, was ar rested last week. Edwards was tried with them and senteneed to seventy five days In jail and fined $25. Appeals were taken. The following papers were filed yes terday at the town clerk's office: j Quit Claims. ' j Simon J Hugo to Andrew Moorhead and Frederick W. Donnelly, Elm street, 45 feet. Abraham C. Volute to Andrew Moor head and Frederick W. Donnelly, Elm street, 45 feet. John E. Lomas, Orange, to George A. Eldridge, Huntington avenue, 100 feet; to Mary G. Clark, Foote street, 63 feet. Sarah C. Edwards to Charles Mor eensten, Dlxwell avenue, 35 feet. The Union Trust company to Emily S. Gilman and Louisa G. Lane, Malby place, 68 feet. ' Farmington Savings bank to George Luby, New Haven. Catherlno Meyer to Louise Lohse, Winchester avenue, 49 feet. ' Mortgage Deeds. Arthur Leland Staples to Franklin F. Knous. Cllnt in avenue, 52 feet, $1,500. Frederick C. Berry to James Sullivaji, Ferry street, 117 feet, $1,500. ' j August H. Lohse, ,et ux., to Henry Fresenlus, Haiel street, 25 feet, $1,000. lAndrew Moorhead, et al., to Wilbur F. Gilbert, Elm street, 45 feet, $600. Andrew Moorhead1 to Abraham C. White, Elm street, 45 feet, $1,000. J. Plnney Tuttle to Charles H. Webb, Whitney avenue, 100 feet, $t,0W. I i..i.f MK FACE TO PACK. (With Apologies to' Somebody.) Ah, men, If I were king , What tributary nations to thy feet I'd bring , To bow before thy sceptre and to swear That nothing else but Disbrow hats I'd wear. 1 Beneath thy feet what treasures would I fling! , . Of "Jim Disbrow's" bargains I would always sing. The earth I'd give thee for thy finger ring, ' And a Disbrow shirt Tel always sport, If I were king. My $1.00 Shirts Are Fit for Any King. TOURS, V J M , MY LAST NAME DISBROW i Prof. Seymour's Will. The will of the lute Prof. Thomas Pay Sevmntir was offered for probate before Judge Studley In the probate court. vesterday. By the document which was drawn by the professor nim self everything of which he was pot seMed Is given to his wife. Sarah M. II. Sevmour, and she Is named as ex ecutrix. It was utipulaKd in the will that no bnnd be required nor any in ventnrv of th estate made. The tlireo rhildren. Klizabeth T nnd Charles Sey mour and Clara Hitchcock St. John, waived all claims and agreed to the probate of the will. Mr. Iete' Will. Another will, that of Mrs. Olivia S, Ipte. wife of Charles S. Teete. ex- presldent nf the Mechanics bank, was also offered ior pronaie, yesiernay. ry It Mr Ieete eive to her daughter. Ida til fiftfl. to her son. Jeremiah. $5,0n. tn her datiehter-lP.-law, the wife of .Teremiith. 12.000. and to her grandchild. Olive M. LeetP. $2,000. The residue is divided between her husband and her on ermallv. The hunband, Charles S. Leete, was named as executor. Mrs. Cheney's Will. The will of the late Mrs. Jenet A fhenev wa filed in the rrohate court yesterday morning. Phe leaves all her estate to her daughter. Alice M., who hs. heen armointed executrix. Tin two sons. L,nrcn 1! rnency ana Annur V. were net mentioned. The hearing Is set for January 14. The estate ot Mrs. Cheney is valued at $10,000. Warranty Deeds. Hannah W. Blodgett to Charles Webb, Whitney avenue, 100 feet. Louise W. Dickey to Charles Webb. Whitney avenue, 100 feet. Charles H. Webb to J. Blnncy Tuttle, Whitney avenue, 100 feet. H. H, Corner Church and Center Sts. 3T3 Building Permit. The following building permits were ASSIGNMENTS MADE. The county commissioners are mow In position ifo begin the hearing on, the remonstrances to liquor licenses that have been filed with them, and yeaterday the following assignments were made for hearings to be held la this city. On January 10 the protest against Patrick Boland, who keeps a saloon in Walllngford, will be taken up at 11 o'clock; on January 17 tho case of Jack Catcher of Ansonia will be taken up, and on January 20 that of James C. Harrington of 286 Wal lace street, this city, will be heard. Other cases will follow as soon as- these here enumerated have been dls- lssued yesterday: Ferdinand Christopher, brick build ing, kitchen and sheds, 157 Hamilton street, near Grand avenue. Andrew G. Smith, brick addition 9ndp0sed 0f. alterations, 67 to 73 Orange strast, newi fronts to both buildings and raise st jryJEXX1E CATTOV HIVE IXSTALIi. north side battlements to exiein on over roof. HEXDRYX ASSOCIATION. at Atlas Co. Attached. Frederick W. Otis of Oranffe. Sues Tionrv 1 Bradley of New Haven fo $4 0)0 which was under an agreemen! to' be paid on rent ef a machine to1 make spoons. The plaintiff was to get a royalty of one-eighth cents rr gross on ice cream spoons and one-sixth cent per gross on tea spoons and one sixth cent oer gross on table spoons. Property at the Atlas Manuf jcturir Co. is attached. Firemen's Relief Elects Officers Annual Session. The annual meeting of the A. C Hendryx association, a relief organiza tion composed of members of the fire department, was held last evening in the quarters of Company 8 on Edwards street. The treeasurr's report showed a good financial condition. Officers were elected as follows: President. William Jackson, assistant engineer of Company 8; vice president, Roy West secretary, Driver Hermanee, Company 8- treasurer, Charles Jackson, truck 3; sick visiting committee, Louis Hag- 2-ertv. Company 6: Louis Bussman, Company 6, ana Hoy wen. ine asso elation is limited to thirty-five mem bers and has been in existence over twenty-five years. Tho the last regular meeting of Jen nie B. Catton hive No. 22, three appli cants were received for membership. Installation of officers took place, Miss M. Smith being the installing officer. Tho following are the officers for tho year of 190S: P. C, Mrs. A. Fee; L Miss M. Ryan; F. K., Mrs. Stodel; R. K., Miss K. Cunningham; A. R. H., Mrs. Fletcher; chaplain, Mrs. Gurcken; Sergeant, Mrs. McManus; M. at Mrs. Abel; sentinel, Mrs. Bates; picket, Mrs. Ley; organist. Miss M. Conlan; L. C. Mrs. Cogt veil TO ORGANIZE CLCB. Aktell Bankrupt Ce. ittornev Frank Kerna, trustee of the binkruot Ankete'.l Engineering comp?nvs estate, yesterday mominir sold the prorert to E. B. Cnderwool for $322. A dividend of ten rer cent, will be -naid to the creditors. The preferred eliiir of the com pany's "employes will be taken care ol first of all. One h'ir.dred and sevfn-ty-tbree dollars is claimed as wages. Preliminary Meeting of Taft Support ers Will be Held To-night, ' Invitations have been sent out to about 50 republicans to meet this even ing at 8 o'clock in the Ninth ward re publican quarters on Ashmun etreet for the organization of the Taft club of New Haven. Frank S. Butterworth will probably be elected president of the club. There is a reason why Grape-Nuts should correct a weak physical or a sluggish mental condition. The food is highly nutritious and is pre-digested, so that IT HELPS THE DIGESTIVE ORGANS .TO ASSIMILATE OTHES FOOD. It is also rich in the "vital phosphates" that go directly to make up the delicate gray matter of brain and nerve centers. Eead "The Road to Wellville" in pkgs.