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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1908.
THE 'FARMER'S WIFE Is very careful about her churn. She scalds it thoroughly after using, and gives it a sun bath to sweeten it. She knows that if her churn is Mur it will taint the butter that is made in it. The stomach is a churn, tin the stomach and digestive and nutritive tracts are performed pro cesses which are almost exactly like the churning of butter. Is it not apparent then that if this stomach-churn is foul it makes foul all which Is put into it? The evil of a foul stomach is not alone the bad taste in the mouth 'and the foul breath caused by it, but the corruption of the pure current of blood and the dissemination of disease throughout the body. Dr. 'Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery makes the sour and foul stomach sweet. It does for the stomach what the washing and sun bath do for the churn absolutely removes every tainting or corrupting element., In this way it cures blotches, pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,' sores, or open eating ulcers and all humors or diseases arising from bad blood. To aid in healing old sores, or ulcers, apply Dr. Pierce s All-Healing Salve to them while taking the "Golden Med ical Discovery " to purify and enrich the blood. . Dr. Pierce's All - Healing Palve is Cleansing and pain relieving. It de stroys the bad odors arising from sup purating, or running, sores and puts them in the best possible condition for bealing. , The " All-Hilin3 Dalve " is a superior dressing for all open, running, or sup- ' purating, Sores or Ulcers. For healing open wounds, cuts and scratches it is . unsurpassed. If your medicine dealer does not have the "All-Healing Salve" in stock mail 60 cents in postage stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., and you will . receive it by return post. - In treating all open sores, or ulcers, boils carbuncles and other swellings, it is important that Dr. Piercers. Golden Medical'Discovery be taken persistently to purify the blood and thereby remove the cause of the trouble. It is in the blood that the great battle of health has to be fought. The ulcer and the sore are simply the scarlet flowers of disease, n-ith root's running down into the blood. These roots must be eradicated or the disease will break out afresh. "Golden Medical Discovery" cleanses the blood of all foul and poisonous accumulations, pushes out the dead and waste matter, and thus purities the entire life current. Disease in the flesh must die out when it is no longer fed by foul blood. "Golden Medical Discovery" effectively eures disease in the flesh "by curing its Cause in the blood. li yQ have bitter, nasty, foul taste in you mouth, coated tongue, foul vhrealhare weak and easily tired, feel depressed and despondent, have fre qurfit headahes, dizzy attacks, gnaw- Ingw aistryess in stomacn, constipatea leulr bowels, sour or bitter tiiinzlaffcr eating and poor appetite, these frinptoms, or any considerable numbrof them, indicate that you are ?ufeaiw from biliousness, torpid, or azyler with the usual accompanying inditstion, or dyspepsia and its attend ant derangements. The. best agents known to medical tCience Kr the cure ol the above syniri ' MniS'SIM 'Conditions, ns ntteien; by trie Critings oi lending tearhera nnd nr.irti tjonera of all the ErooliTof medi"?l tyKt'.l- hnvp een skillfully ft"d har ttonionaly combined in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. That this is absolutely true will be readily proven to your 6atf6faction if you will but mail a postal card request to Dr.'R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., for a tree copy of his booklet of extracts from the standard medical authorities, giving the names of all the ingredients entering into his world-famed medicines and showinl what the most eminent medical men oi the age say of them. Cures Woman's Weaknesses. , We refer to that boon to weak, nerv ous, suffering women' known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Dr. John Fvfe one of the Editoral staff of The Eclectic Medical He view says of Unicorn root (Helonias Dioica) which is one of the chief ingre dients of the " Favorite Prescription " : "A remedy which Invariably acts as a uter ine invifrorator makes (or normal ac tivity of the entire reproductive system. He continues "in Helonias we have a medical ment which nuiro fully answers the above purposes than any vlhrrdnig vith which I am acquainted. In the treatment of diseases pe culiar to women It is seldom that a rase 14 seen which does no present some Indication for this remedial agent." Dr. Fyfe further says: "The folK'wlny are amonsr the lea'linf indications for Melon las (Unicorn root). Fain or aching In the bad, with 'leucorrhea I atonic (weak) conditions of the reproductive organs of women, menul depression and Ir ritability, associated with chronic diseases of the reproductive organs of iromen : constant sensation of heat, in the reirlon of the kid neys ; nienoiThasria tflocdinf i, due to a weak-! ened condition of the reproductive system I amenorrhea tsutprcssed or alisent monthly period), arising from or accompanying- an abnormal condition of the digestive oreani and anemic (thin hhwd ) habit : dragging sensations In the extreme loirct part of the abdomen." 11 more or ies ot the anpre symp toms are nresenl n,i invnlirl fan rqrj do better than take Dr. Pierce s Favor- lie rresrnmion. one oi tne leririin gredients of which is I'niconi mot nr Helonias. ant; tne medical prrtpf -ties, cu, which it most faithfully represent Of Golden Seal root another promi nent ingredient of "Favorite Pr(crip tion," Prof. Finley Rllingwood, M. ., of Bcnnfctt Medical College, Chicago, sayi ; "It ii an important remedy In d isotdor of the tvciiib. In all catarrhal conditions and general enfeeblcrtent. It Is u?e(." Lr Pierce's Favorite Prescription faithfiilsy represents the above r.amed ingrt'dints and cures the diseases lor which k;hey are recommended. v I'.-. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are 0 on'idV.J Little Liver Pills, first put nj bv old Dr. Pierce over 40 years ago. M-MTti imitated, but neW equaled, F.asy to take as caidy. upright citizens. They want work. The ! citv must look out for them." Mayor Martin then asked es-Ma''J j Studley. who was present, if he had any suggestions to make. Mr. Studley said that in his opinion the two leading candidates for the presidential nomination on both tickets did not have the confidence of the money interests, and that the present ' serious situation would continue for some time and even might become imoro serious. The- ex-Mayor then ', spoke of the Edgewood avenue exten ( slon. From that gubject he launched ! into the question of the city's building a lake at the foot of East Rock. Said j Mr. Studley, "The Legislature has giv i en the city permission to bond itself ! for J70.O0O to make this artificial lake, i Most of the money Is to be paid out I for labor, and a large force of men I can be employed for quite to Btretcn of I t'"1- . When Mr. Studley was asked what i he thought of the city quarry plan, he i said he believed the city should own I its own plant. Later when Mayor Martin asked Director Foley about the quarry plan, ne saia ne iiiu"6" Studley, but that it would take some time, perhaps three months, to get ready to operate a crusher, and on that account would not be of any aid In giving men work at the present time. Director Foley's plan to have the trolley company extend Its tracks about 600 feet, and have a spur from the rock over to connect with this spur. In event the company does not accede to the city's request a narrow gauge track would be laid from tne proposed quarry to the center of West- ville. .I .i-i- ......... uA mAmW nf the ul litis JUIICIU1C 111 - special committee withdrew. , After a .,-t . V., nil rtf ttlff discussion participated in " "l : . a : . u nir.tioT- wuft al- cuy s iiiiamieto, mc iu"' lowed to rest with the understanding that the mayor request the director of public W01K8 10 use as liinnj municipal work as possible. .Mr. Foley will be asked to put as large a forcfj of men as the work de mands on the extension of Humphrey ...ill Ks mnlnv- Htreei. Aiioiner ioietj ! cd in widening the West Rock boule- . . i , . ; .. MvriAro that w nr V vara. Mayor .ianm ""v on these twj streets will be started the first of the week. The board then turned to routine, and the rest of the session was devoted to the approving of bills. GETS HIGH HONOR Miss Margaret Hamilton, For merly of New Haven, to Help Government. niAnnnn i nnnnmrm Ml U MaW. flVWMm.l'aUII. Lorenzo and Jessica, from New . Krit.nin Wavo TTarrt i V Luck. ! WARD RIGHT ON THE SPOT Charles F. Fagan Sklppetl Away With Clothing Merehnm's Voting vIatigliter. A gtory like that of . Lorenzo and Jessica, narrated in the "Merchant of Venice." by the late Wllllnm Shake ipeare, earn to a sad ending Inst night, when the Lorenzo of ihe combination, ne Charles Fagan, was arrested by Detective Ward. For Simon Foldblum, who Is one of the leading clothing merchants of New Britain, was not willing to let the mat ter 'drop, and charged Fagan with te luelng his pretty daughter, Jennie, a girl about' seventeen years old. Chief Cowlen received a message from Chief Rowland of New Britain' to be on the lookout for the couple, ,nd the matter was turned over to Defect ive Ward, who recognized the girl In front of a theater yesterday afternoon. He Invited her to come with hint .ind She was "taken to the Organized Clar ities. There she attempted to smuggle out a note to Fagan, who had been stopping with her at 54 Crown street, and In this way the detective found where he'1 lived. He was arrested. Beside the charge against Fagan of reduction, there Is the additional one of theft, for he stole a few articles to raise money with which to elope. He will be taken back j,o New Ilritaln today. FINANCE BOARD HEARS OF POOR (Continued from First Page.) working men out of work for the first time In their live, who would rather fdarve than ask aid from any charit able organization. These men are not tramps, not impostors, not beggars, but EXPERT IN CHILD LABOR IiOi-al Girl. Now Lawyer In Oklahoma City, Called to Wash-Install. Friends of Miss Margaret 1. Hamil ton, formerly of this city, will be please.) to learn of a very high honor conferred upon her by the I n ti ed States government. Miss Hamilton Is a sister of Irving A. Hamilton, en gineer at No. ' engine house, and went west l.n 1899. Blie took tip a posi tion In Oklahoma City. 0Kla-- "n1 studying law was admitted to the bat. The ' following, which Is self-explan i torv, is taken from a newspaper of re cent date of that place: Miss Mnrgnret 1. Hamilton. Oklaho ma dtv's woman lawyer has be-n called to Washington. P. ('., as I nlted States expert in the Investigation of women and child labor, now undertak en bv the federal government. Miss Hamilton's education and ef forts have not been limited to the law alone She has been a close student of sociology and political and Indus trial economy. , . The last congress made an appropri ation of 50.nft to conduct this Inves tigation Into conditions surrounding the employment of women and children In all lines of industry throughout the I nlted Slates. The Investigation Is broad In Its scope, covering social, moral, and phv slcal conditions, Including sanitation, hours of labor, nature of employment, and practically every detail considered with (he hire of women and children In the Industrial world. Miss Hamilton will leave this morn ing over the M. K. & T. Ry. and go direct to asningiou. OCTfMiEN-m.X HEAD. John M. Dietter was found dead in bed yesterday at his home, 1579 Quin niplac avenue. He was eighty years old and after an examination Dr. C. J. Hartlett decided that death was due to heart trouble. , MOST INTERESTING Exhibition To-day and Saturday, At City Missionary Hall, 201 Orange St. XEAR COl'RT STREET. ANTIQUE , MAHOGA'NY FURNITURE. ENGLISH SHEFFIELD PLATE. ANTIQUE CHINA AND PORCELAIN, MIRRORS, SCREENS, Etc. ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS. CONTINUOUS EXHIBITION AND SALE, 9 A. M. 6:30 P. M. DAILY. Why an Exhibition? For two reasons first, beranso It is the largest and rlmirest combined rnllerllon of articles In classes enumerated ever shown in this city and therefore can justly qualify a a line exhtbl tion: secondly, because we find that no small proportion of the articles sold are sold to those who come without any intention of Inn ins conic simply for the pleasure of seeing the arti cles which it is our pleasure to show. Wo have loasc'J, at no little expense, the large main hall, first floor. The attendance nioriilni and afternoon has more the aim and appearance of a reception than a public sale. If you decide to buy you will find that the poods arc being sold far below their real value. They were purchased at a great sacrifice were lwtupht to sell and being sold, on bases or money paid fur them, always under real allies Some of the articles are very rare, some have no duplicates anywhere nil are meritorious. i The Bostwick Auction and Commission Gomoany. PROFESSOR WINS THE BIG PRIZE f : . (Continued from First Page.) b., 15-3, six years, exhibitor George I Clark. Second went to Silver King, Br. g., 1, six years, exhibitor G, I Clark. Third went to Briarcliff, bl. g., 15-2. 7 years, exhibitor C. M. Dupuy. These were the only horses shown. Telka and Luclan not appearing. After the Judging Professor went through a number of tricks, such as following Mr. Clark, picking up arti cles and following tb tip of a whip around in a circle. The exhibition of the smaU ponies of Louis Stoddard, Lady Lightfoot and Lady Lenox, which stand about 13 1-2 hands high, waa a beautiful sight Both ponies have excessive action es pecially Laiy Lsnox. They were shown to a ladies' phaeton and won much ap plause. Then came class XXIII, model class for harness horses, shown to hand. The class was won by Bobs, b. g., 16, seven years, evhibitor Phelps Mont gomery. T.ie horse is a big one and did well when trotted about the ring by the coachman. Second went to Torn, b. g., 15-1 1-2, nine years, ex hibitor L. E. Stoddard. Third went to Lady Pherbrooke, ch. m., 15-1, seven years, exhibitor, H. Q. Trowbridge. Last place went to Bobby, bl. g., 15-2, eight years exhibitor, P. B. Foster. There was also a special class for ponies in this class. The winner was Popcorn, with Miss Dorothea Bradley up. The second place went to Dandy, with Miss Dorothy Bradley up. The third place went to Babe, a very small pony, with Miss Catherine FIske up. These were the only ponies shown. There was no doubt as to who would win the claw from the first. Miss Dorothy Bradley made a good appear ance htrself. but her mount persisted in holding his ears back which gave a very poor showing. All the young la dles rode ast.'Ide. The next class was for saddle hors es, 15-2 hands high or over, open to all. It was won by Belmont, srl. g., 15-3, seven years, exhibitor, Mrs. G. B. Bun ton, with Mrs. V. K Townsend up, rifling gide-saddle. Mr. Grelst got both the next places Miss Wayher rode both the hor-es in succession. Second went to David Gray, gr. g., 15-3, six years; and third to Betty, rh. m., 15-3, five years. Fourth place went to Chimes, b. g., 15-3, seven years, exhib itor, Mrs. G. B. Buntun; ridden by James Schwclger. Paul Morgan of New York rode Flossie. In class XIV which came next, be ing for ladles' saddle horses, 15-2 hands high or over, shown to trot, walk and canter. A special cut had been offered by Mrs. G. B. Bunion., Mrs. Bunton won the cup herself getting first place with her. Belmont, srl. g., 15-3, seven years, with Mrs. Townsend up. Sec ond went to David Gray, gr. g., 15-3, six years, exhibitor, P, H. Grelst. Third went to Betty, ch. m., 15-3, five years, exhibitor P. H. Grckt. Miss Wcyher was up on both the last two mounts named in '.uccesslon. Telka did not appear. Mrs. Trowbridge rodo Mrs. Bunton's Chime?. Class XXIV eame out next. It was for saddle horses 15.3 hands high or over, suitable for cavalry or police purposes, open to all. It was won by G. L. Clark's Professor, b. g., 15.3, 6 years old. Second place went to sil ver King, gr. g; 16, 6 years, exhibitor, G. L. Clark, wlt'.i Rand Morgan of New York up. Third went to Gleq Rock, b. h 16, 6 years, exhibitor, Phelps Montgomery. Fourth went to the department of police's General, bl, g., 15.3 3-4, S pears, with Mounted Officer John L. KnrlRht up. Officer Enrlght showed General to a gallop, walk, canter and trot and got a great ovation. The winner, Professor, backed out, bowing. The last class was for the Jumpers, horses and ponies over 14.2, ench al lowed four Jumps. The only entry In the program was Macbeth, b. m., 16, 7 years, exhibitor, C. M. Dupuy. Other entries were made, however, last. night, as follows: Sapolio, George Chlpchase of New York, owner and rider; Madge, James llever of New York, owner And rider; Johnny-on-the Spot, owner, Mr. Chlpchase, rider, James Schwelger; Sea Bird, owner, Mr. Hever nf New York, rider, James Schwelger, and Cathleen, owner and rider, Mr. Chlpchase. Macbeth accomplished one nut of four Jumps at four feet. Johnny-on-the-Spof did not get over once. Sapo lio went over three ' times, Madge twice, Pea Bird three times, and Cath leen once. This left a tie between Sapolio and Sea Bird, each with three Jumps. This was fought out between them with four more Jumps each. Sapolio got' over three times and Sea Bird twice. Th winners were then announced as follows: First, Sapolio; second. Sea Bird; third, Macbeth, and fourth, Madge. The Judging was for form as well as success in Jumping. Sea Bird with James Schweiger up, then essayed nome exhibition high Jumping, which was. the last event and a thrilling one. She has a record of seven feet one Inch at the Phila delphia horse show last sunfmer. After several attempts she got over twice at 5 feet 6 Inches. With a great effort she then got over at 6 feet. The winners in the evening's events then had their flash-light picture taken as the people filed out. Those in the boxes last evening were: Box A Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Greist, Mrs. Samuel Kirhy.(Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Grelst. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Todd. Albert de Bussey. Box B Mrs. William K. Townsend, Mrs. Arthur T. Hadley. Miss Peck. Mrs. G. B. Bunton and Miss Mamie Trow bridge. Box C Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frese nlus. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Rein. Mr. and Mrs. George T. White. Miss M. Leary. rt and George C. Faywnd Rob ert Kannegeisser. Box D Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bradley. Miss Dorothv Peckwell and Captain Edward O. Gruener. Bax ECaptain and Mrs. Luzerne I.udington. Miss Mae 1,'idlngton. Mr. nd Mrs. S. G. Stirling. Lieutenant W. J. Brailnack of Troop A. Box F Lieutenant an Mrs. Roherv J. Woodruff. Mrs. Wilson H. Lee, Miss Le.MIss Marion llark Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Woodruff. Box (J Mr. and Mrs. H. Q Trow bridge. Miss Tyler. Miss Tread well. Mr. snd Mrs. Pterrepont B. Foster. E. S. Barntt. Box H Dr. and Mis. B. Austin Che- Violet Perfume Given Away! With each and every box of the EATON-HURLBUT line of WRITING PAPERS, now dis played in our window, we in clude, free of charge, a vial of VIOLET PERFUME, finest quality. (Special offer good for a few days only.) Gillespie's Drugstore, 744 CHAPEL STREET. .Second Door from State Street. Across the Street from Vale National Bank. ney. Miss Helen Cheney, Miss Alice Clieney . Box I General Phelps Montgomery, Miss Montgomery, Mr. and Mrsj Win chester Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kquire. Box K J. B. Thomas of Simsbury, Mrs. Ivouls E. Stoddard. Box Ij-Miss Bessie Hooker. Miss Edith Smith, Miss Cpson of New Brit ain. Mrs. I,pw1b Dr. and Mia p. ii Gaylor. PURITANS DINE AT QUINNIPIACK (Continued from First Page.) in place of Mr. Clark, and there were many who said that they could not tell the difference between the two men except that in the twenty min utes Mr. Hoyt took up most enter tainingly he never for a moment breathed the name of V. 11. Taft. The first speaker of the evening was Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes, Jr., secre tary of Yale, one of the few who dared, like Samson, to make his way among the) Philistines. Mr. Stokes said that when he was asked to speak he conferred with two of his parish ioners. The llrst said: "I do not think you would better go; you see you are a clergyni'nn." The second said: You should never miss such an opportunity. It Is the chance of a lifetime for a chrgyinan to get into such a gathering" After other en tertaining storieu Mr. Stokes spoke se riously of the friendly relations be tween Yale and New Haven, and said he hoped for a continuance. He mentioned the opening of the Art school Sundays as an example of Yale's willingness to act with the people of the city, mid the response of the people on the past two Sun days as showing how they felt. George Scranton, who was attired In the full regalia of an Indian brave, was suddenly called upon for a few remarks. Taken by surprise, he promised the whites that the Indians would treat them right so long as they k-it to their cabins and planta tions. Should they come to the In dian preserves, however, he said, they would soon be carrying around arrows In their kidneys. Alarmed at this proposal, Professor Emery, who occupied the chair origi nally occupied by- the first governor of the colony, promised that the settlers would stay In their cabins, and after the village choir had rendered another selection the toastmaster called upon Hart Lyman, editor of the New Y'ork Tribune, for an address. Mr. Lyman said that Connecticut had never been given the credit due the state for its work during the early years of the settlement. Whenever a historical calf had been found Massa'- chusetts had taken the sweetbreads without even saying, "By year leave," snd Connecticut got what was left. He spoke highly of the hospitality of the Connecticut people, a regard which was heightened by the event of the evening, and closed with a quota tion from Holmes'- "Punch Bowl." Following Mr. Lyman several other speakers were called upon for brief addresses. Only One "RHOMO QMMVE" That. is LAXATIVE BROMO Ql'ININ'K Ioolr for the signature of E. W. GROVE. T'sed the world over to Cur a Cold In One Day. 25c. WATERBURY P0L0ISTS WIN Take Fast Gamp from Bridgeport to Tune of 7 to 3. Watcrbury, Feb, 27. Waterbury defeated Bridgeport in a fast game of polo here to-night by the score of 7 to 3. Watenbury caged two goals in the first period, two in the second and three in the third. Bridgeport scored once in each period. The visitors were kept on the defensive during the greater part of the contest. The line-up: Waterbury. Position. Bridgeport Jason Lewis First Rtfsh. Higglns Cunningham Second Rush. Fahey . . . Griffith Center. Holderness Carrigan Halfback. Cuslck Harper Goal. Score. Waterbury ". Bridgeport 3; rusjjes Jason 5, LewMs 4, Higglns 3, tie 1; stops, Cusick 19. Harper 33; fouls, Fahey, Cusick, Griffith; referee, Leahy. WE STRIVE TO EXCEL In quality of goods. In fairness of prices. In satisfying every patron, no mat ter how small the purchase may be. In skill of Prescription Compound ing especially. Telephone orders promptly filled and delivered. City Hall Pharmacy Co NEXT TO CITY HALI. PRESCRIPTION SrECIAI-ISTS, W. A. COLEMAX, Manager. Tel. 513-1. Men's Two Buckle Double Sole Oxfords 2.98 Men's Russia Calf, Double Sole, Two Buckle Oxfords 2.98 OUR REGULAR $4 SHOE SEE WINDOW NUMBER 3. ONLY GOOD SHOES m it; alfei Sli Cipaiif, 842 and 846 Chapel Street! SPRING HATS. a , . i ..... 1 1 :: Stetson Special , The Stetson Special. Soft and Derby, Is the premier of men's hats. It Is made for and satisfies the men who art; par ' tlctilar almut style, beauty and workmanship. ' . We are sole ' agents for New Haven. Price $3.00. - ' :.!... i Stetson Glove-Fitting , Hat flu every head. It Is very light in weight only SH ounces and by fnr the largest seller of popular-priced llals sold In this country. , i. i i I The Wilson In all the popular shapes pleasing to the most particular men. Prices $2.50 and $3.00. . - I Our $2 Special Hat Is unequalled for stylo and quality, having proven in thfc past to bo the BEST two-dollar hat isold in the city and it is the best to-day. , THE BROOKS-COLLINS CO. 795 Chapel Street. ' ; j. Annual Clearance Sale 1 50 PER CENT. OFF. On Ladies' Shopping Bags, Hand-Bags, Vanity Bags, etc. Just one-half the regu lar prices. LEATHER GOODS 25 PER CENT. OFF. On Photo Frames, Dressing Cases, Pocket books (for men and women), Bill Rolls, Bill ' Books, Letter Books, Card Cases, Cigar Cases, Leather-Covered Flasks, etc. We are anxious to reduce our stock and get it In ' compact condition. , The variety, quality, quantity and price make this the greatest sale ot the entire year. E.- LWashburn 6 Co. 84 Church Street. 61 Center Street ! H H 1 1 l H M H Hit I H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 C0L -J $7.00