THE MORNING JOURNAL COURIER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL J, 1908.
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Royal Worcester Bon Ton and
This week we shall hold a special
demonstration and sale of all the now
models of the Royal Worcester Corset
Miss L. D. Castle, who Is an expert
corsetlere, Will be here to demonstrate
the possibilities of these wonderful cor
sets In producing the long, graceful
lines so much In vogue this season.
Every woman In New Haven should
make an effort to see these corsets
which through their adaptability,
greatly enhance the natural beauty of
every figure by moulding It Into lines
of perfect symmetry.
Appointments for fitting may be
made by 'phone, mall or at the department.
Exhibition and Sale of
Continues All This Week.
The Exhibition and Sale of Oriental
Rugs has excited the Interest of rug
connoisseurs. The showing Is pro
nounced a superb one, and those who
appreciate rich floor-coverings should
not fall to see this magnificent collec
tion. Prices exceedingly reasonable.
ThWd Floor. 1
MATTERS IN COURT
Harry Ko'dner's Damage
Begun in Superior
HIT BY A TROLLEY CAR
Tlirce rinlntlffs Win In the Common
lMcas Court Other Court
Thft suit of Harry Kodner against the
Consolidated company for $'.,iK) dam
ages for Injuries "received, wis begun
before Judge wheeler In the superior
court yestprday. It was not finished by
the close of court at 5 o'clock. The
case as presented by the plaintiff Is
that Kodner was driving north on
Meadow street In April, l'JO", when he
was struck by a car of the company.
Fitzgerald & WbIhIi appear for tlv
plaintiff and Watrnus & Day for thu
The roid put on the stand yesterday
afternoon' Dr. Alexander (.). Fosser and
Charles K. Hall. The latter put In evi
dence a map of the location of the ac
cident, which happened near tliij yel
low bullilillR. '
Want Case Reopened.
Counsel for Wllilain Hwyer, of 421
State street, made application to tlie
county commissioners for permission to
leopen the lbpior case of tlulr client,
claiming an error in dates. The com
missioner reserved decision.
Judge Wolfe handed down a verdict
for William O. Stoweli for $m .44 yH
terday In the common pless court In
his suit against Theresa Fchnefcr. The
mil wjs over a promissory note ol
Tony, .MiiihIiiI Wins,
Decision was handed down In the
common pleas court yesterday for $tI.V41
for Tony Marslnl aaglnst Abraham
(ioldsteln. The plaintiff was a mason,
thu defendant a contractor. The suit
Brew out of thu building of a Iiouhc In
Kwlrsky JetH $107.23.
Isaac Swlrsky got. a derision
couri of common picas
ugilnst Paul l.evlne for $10
sued for $300 on groceries
2U. He hud
claimed to be furnished.
Hire Appoliileil Trustee.
In the probate court yesterday morn
ing the hearing on the application of
John S. Cannon to be relieved as trus
tee of a $.'."i,00ll bequest which Is to be
come the property of the First Meth
ddiist Episcopal church upon the denlh
of life user was held. Cannon wanted
his son lo be appointed In his place,
but the members of the church wanted
Frank J ltlce. Frank nice was up
pointed hy the court under a bond of
$23,000. The bequest is from the will of
the lRt William P. Dlckerman.
To Sup I'nlnit Tuelne Men.
l ejvll acthm will be brought against
F. H. Harrlrran, J.imes Stlllnian and
H. H. Rogers by .Connecticut stockhold
ers of the I'nlon 1'aclflc to recover pro
ms alHgen to nave ncen mane oy in-
three directors named in the sale or
securities to the I'nlon Pacific at the
expense of the read's stockholder.
This Is the natural outcome of the
refusal of the I'nlon Pa'-Mc bnnrd of
directors as a whole to bring B 'lln on
the same ground In behalf nf the road, j
As the board Is dominated by Mr. H.ir
rlnmn, If. was a certainty beforehand
that action would not b taken by
them, but a formal demand Is always
made by the stockholders In enscs of
Ihls sort before they Institute suit on
their own account.
ttrldgo Company Wins.
Judge Roraback, in the civil sld nf
the superior court, yerierday morning
handed down a deeislon In the ease of
the Eastern Hrldge nnd Structural Co,,
of Worcester, Mass., vs. Conner
Brothers' Construction Co., nf Iiwell,
Mass., for the plaintiff, to recover dam
opes amounting to $4,03,1.18,
The suit Is over the Knlghls of Col
umbus building on Chapel street whl' h
was built by the defendants Tor $113,
275. The work w,i completed on Feb
ruary 1, and. on October 17, 1304
the defendant entered into a contract
with the plaintiff for the steel nnd or
namental work for J22.14S.
The plaintiffs claimed that they were
paid $IB,114.3fl hivI the suit whs brought
to recover the rest, $.".1 S3.TA.
The trouble over the contract, nc
eordlng to the plaintiff, was cause by
the changing of the plnns hy the archi
tect by nrde of the defendants, and
the plaintiffs refused to do anything
further than to carry out the original
H. ft. Case Settled,
The suit of Jere EnHglvt. teamster,
10", Monrr.e street, employed by Charles
H. I.onmlfi, In Chapel street, Bgnliifd
the Connectlrnt company, an action
! for fn.OOO damage was settled by the
railroad out of the superior court yes
terdny. While unloading a pi.ino at
the Loomls stern in Chapel street, P,n
rlght. asserts tlie horses were scared
by a trolley :'ar ,ind be was thrown
and his leg broken.
Anderson Not (iullt.y.
Fred Anderson, nn automobile wash
er, pleaded not guilty to non-support
In the common picas court yesterday
forenoon and the wife went on the
stand and told of hi remissness In
providing her, nnd her three children
with support.. Mrs, Anderson llve In
White street. Anderson has not been
In the family domicile since last sum
mer. Mr, Anderson said he hud not
compiled wllli the order of the court
to pay her f.1 a week, She in Id that
he had struck her several times, Judge
Wllllum I,. Hoinett heard the case.
The decision was for Anderson.
Pig Criminal Pocket,
So fur there are f,fl prisoners at the
enmity Jnll awaiting trial at the next
term of the criminal sup-rlor court,
which opens .next, Tuesday ,the fey
entll. In addition to this number there
are 11 persons whose rases will com"
before the next term who sre out on
It Is believed that the number of ens
e listed for the April term Is lnrg-
ON TRUMBULL ST.
IS FOH SALE
Tills Is nu nlil-fnsliioncd, lnrRO
roomed, blR-tlmbercd house, hulll, as
they used lo IhiIW houses, to stand for
all time. K s convenient, linn the
linprowiiieiits and Is a mont comfort
able home. Ten rooms.
Why do I want lo nell It?
Hcchuko my fimilly litis nufgrnwn the
slue nnil we arc Just Mulshing n larger
j place and don't need (wo.
If you are Interested comp and
I sen me at once, as the price I hnve
put on It Is low for Mich a desirable
' ALBERT W. MATTOON
i AYliolesnlo mid Retail Srgarn,
I Rn8 (Impel Street, Corner OrniiRo,
cr by far than wns over docketed for
iiny term before,
Tli..' average nuiiiiier of Jail caned for
u criminal term Is about HO.
i Cronan Kstato (Jonil.
In a report of the cuintnlsslnnors
'appointed to hear the clulnia against
ithe cutiito of John C. Ci'imiii. the
late Ptovf and hardware dealer In
Church Htreet. It Is shown that this
estate Is not Insolvent for by a com
parison of their report on the claims
'allowed and the figures contained In
'the Inventory Hied sonic time uko a
balance Is shown In favor of thu es
tate, The commlMslnners dlsalloWd a to
tal of $2,71 2. 4ti it ml allowed il ilms
lUmountltiR to Jlfl.!i.'ClS. Most ( the
claims hnve been amicably adjust'-d
itnd no contests are expected. The
, Inventory of th' estate allowed a val-
i il" of $"i0.7fi'.i.'J',,
I. inch Case DccMon,
Judge 1'lntt hmiiled down a decision
and opinion In Hie lnlted States l.ils-
jtrl'-t court at Hartford, yesterday,
overrullnit the plea of the defendant.
In the cases of Kdward W. Lynch,
trustee, attains! ,1. Ilarmar Mron.mn.
J. West ley Hill! Hlld the Hfonson
Piatt company of this city regard I nif
the jurisdiction of the court In thin
case. Th" court holds that It has jur
isdiction. The suit was brought Mst
j'nr to recover pimla which It al
lelic Were Illegally converted from
the estate of the lute William 1 Jen
, nlnRs, of this city.
School Attendance Case Off.
The ease against James Koblnson
of Cheshire, who was charged with
not sending; his children to school,
was dropped in the common pb nt
court yesterday. It was shown that
Itoluiisoii had been hustling the chil
dren olf to school every day dnce
Students I I tied.
After a series of adventures In
which two of their number were re-
rrrs,Pfj nn ,n!
pieces by l)"puty
Sheriff McNcrney early yesterday
morning and marched all over town
to get imll to avoid going to Jail, th"
four students recently arrested by
iitllcer M'Hrlen of the Central precinct
for committing a nuisance on the
, .,.., Krn fl ,, f
costs of :! 04 on the recommendation
of the city attorney In the police court
yesterday. The students fined were
Chandler IHchl. alius John Adams.
Ally L. Hedrlck, alias Hugh Ledvard,
Harold H. Sherman, and Harold
Stephen llrcnnnn has been ap
pointed administrator of the estut of
Ills mother, the Into Josephine ( '.
"Jlni Cro" use tiff,
Philip M. Thorlie, the colored Vnle
student, who has brought suit In the
city court against (irenmi Profilers,
bi aune he was refused service at the
Kim street ristaurant, has withdrawn
TWO T. !.!" TH i:i It 1,1 VTS.
Formerly Well to lo Man Suicides nt
Coroner Mix communicated Inst
night, with Mrs. .1. !nvy of Men eon
street, poston, wife of the man who
committed suicide In Meadow street,
yesterday, and In whose possession
was found a letter addressed to his
wife, asking her forgiveness. The
reply received established the Identi
ty of the Hiili lde which hiid be n In
doubt. 'Mrs. limy stated that she
woud come to this city Immediately.
With his Inst cent on the lied by
his side, Oavy, who apparently had
once been well up In the world, oceu
pylng positions of trust and Import
ance in several New Kngland 'Itles,
wan found n suicide at the Commerc
ial lintel, yesterday morning.
plugged the cracks of the door and
windows of bis room with paper, tak
en the tip from tlie gns .let, turned on
full (low, and then dropped across the i
bed to die,
Pralnlng n v In I of carbolic sell In
hr room nt 4'i Spring street, Mrs.
Stephen II. Shaw, once the wife of
a thrifty rnllrea 1 matt, who secured n
divorce from her e jenr ago, commit
ted suicide yesterday morning, shortly
after 1 n o'clock.
She returned to her
room nt about in o'clock after being
sway nbout half an hour. Twenty J
minutes Inter her groans attracted
other roomers, who found her In a
dying condition across the bed. The
odor of carbolic acid was strong, but
as no bottle was to be found It was
not nt fl rut. realized what wan the
mutter. Ir. W. .1. Conncy of Howard
avenue, was culled, however, nnd tec
otrnlzcd It as a case of suicide,
Coroner Mix hnve verdicts of simple
suicide In each e;if"
Oi l H I l, CON VICTION CAM, OCT
Attorney Kdwln S, Thomas, sscrrtnry
of the democratic st'ite cfntr.il com
mute, has sent out to the electors th
official call for the state convention In
the New lltvui theater, .April M, and
Ifl, contnlnln.T some Information con
cerning the p'.ann thereof, The call was
signed by C W C'nmstook, chairman,
end dated at Norwich.
COURT A BOOK-SHOP
Bank Cases Bring Many Books
in the Superior Court
COURIER FILES OFFERED
Senator Judsoo Appears for (iooilwln
Moddnrd, of Hiidue
port. Ledgers to left of him, 1rlgers to
right of him, lodgers In front of him,
volleyed and thundered. At least
they would have done so to the hero
of the Six Hundred, had he been In
the superior court room In the top
of the court building yesterday where
wns being heard the continuance, of
thff case of N, K, Itronson, trustee,
against the Mechanics and, the New
Haven county national banks. As
wan the case when the suit was be
fore the court Inst the bank books
had to be brought to court by the cart
load. It will be remembered that
Judge Shumway began the case when
he was here for the regular sessslon
of the court In January. He has hern
unable to retui'ii to henr the rest of
It tint II now.
All along the north side of the room
there were trunks tilled with bonks
held under lock and key yesterday.
At the close of court there was a
small army of expressman ready to
carry them down to the wagons In the
street whence they were carted to the
banks and put In the safes for over
night. They will be brought to the
court when It meets again this morn
ing at 10 o'clock, for the case was not
finished Inst night.
In addition to the books there ,vere
piles of newspapers on hand to be
used for reference and historical pur
poses. A representative of the Journal-Courier
was subpoenned Saturday
and yesterday he was present in court
with the tiles of this paper that cov
ered the case. Librarian Stetson of
the New Haven public library and As
sistant Librarian tSruener of the Vnl"
Chittenden library wire also present.
The must Important testimony of
the day was that given by Kills S.
Pepper, a national bunk examiner In
New York and Massachusetts. He
whs put on as an expert In bunking
matters. Kormerly Mr. Pepper was
carhler for sixteen years In a national
bunk In St. LoiiIh. other witnesses
were Mark Kusberger, tieorge K. Ittir
ford, Knoch Harris, and Herbert P.
The plaintiff Is trustee of the R. S.
Wheeler company, and he seeks to re
cover, to the estate moneys r. P.
Wheeler paid to the banks on transac
tions In which assigned accounts of
the K. S. Wheeler company served as
security for borrowed money. The
trustee claims IJ.Nftl from the Me.
chanles bank and ir. 000 from tlv
County bank. '
A postponement was taken because
of th? Illness of Attorney Oondwln
Stoddard of Itrldgeport. ll did not
appear In court yesterday and his
place as associate counsel for the
plaintiff was taken by Snntor Judson.
Attorney Seymour C. Loomls Is sen
ior counsel for the plaintiff Judge
H.nry Stoddard and State's Attorney
W illiams represent the banks.
Bti th ?1h8 n m ' WS ""
Most everyone Is fond of Prunes,
'if what 11 bother the sertls nre! In
,. s new Prime of ours there In no
dan "r of anyone swallowing n seed.
hecni; e there aren't any lo swallow.
Tliey i re large, meaty Prunes, with n
ilellclot s flavor, Sale price this week
12 Cents Full Pound Package.
Cooked and ready lo eat as soon as
the tin Is opened a dainty morsel for
18 Cents Tin.
S. S. ADAMS.
Tn Telephone, ( all 4200 or 4201.
MAIM VMIHI' (Oil. ft'l'VI'ir, l
toi iii NTiinr.T.
Ilrnneh Slerr.i ,1,111 unrl Ave,, 74.1
(irsail Air., Alltl llnntiril Ave., 7 Kind
ton Ave., ,1il l.lnrd Nt.
I desire to nnnennee to the puliM"
that I iiiti nnvr ncllnir In the cnp'icio
of Family tleprcsntntlvr In hmi nt
iiiniimliia rlurtn the fiinrrnl nerloili
1 n"p""nK ' iimnj- drtnlU nhleli
i ilTlim nsslstnnee to fiinernl rr-t.,r,
nnd reiresentlnit the fnmtlr nn nil nc
enslnns. Mllllnted with nil I'nillnw un
dertnkfM. II IIS. .1, Wll.l.t M HV.WVA
I dfsii to announce io mv friends and the
public geniraliy, that pending a reaaju tment
of mv affairs, calls intended (oj mc may he
sent to Messrs Lfwu & M:vcock, Na iii2
Chapel Street. Ali work will receive prompt
and rareful attention,
NAZA K -In this elly, .March 31. t DOS,
lr, .liiHus Niir.ni', aged l! yesrs, 7
mini I lis, fi days.
Kn n i a I services wll be held nt the
residence of Ills son-in-law, Mr. K.
(I. Mlaslrlnn. 1!M lirchiird street. Kr
da.v nfternoon, April 3. st 2 o'clock.
Hi lo 1 1 vpm nnd friends aro Invited to
nli end. nl
Cut Flowers and
John N. Champion & Co.
1026 cnAi'KXi ett.
right alone, for',another
jar of that hot stuff
CTDry English Mustard,
ground in Olive Oil looks
like Mayonnaise Dressing, yet
with all the lute and tang of
clear Mustard left in. . De
signed for grown-ups who like
something on cold meat that
will start the tears.
In wide mouth small
jars, Rood looking
enough to place on) C -c
the table . 63 cls'
381 Sali S
lunr the best ftinor. Kncli fish weighs
t!i pounds iMcragc, messed (head
off). These flli arc (be most econom
ical to use. us they arc about nil meal.
no waste loinparcil to smaller fish.
Kim sU nsli to the kit. ten pounds.
i1 nn . ii.. ..
per mi: nroiicn kit, utie per
HMlinl. These- fish eipial nnv that
come from t.louiTsler, Mass. Look
up your Inst Invoice If yon hnve never
tried ours, and save the difference In
the cost. V.wry fish guaranteed to In
John fiiiBiviir sUn
V 918 Vi CHAPEL C .j
One of the most partlculiir. also Im
IHirlnnt, articles for the table li IIVT
TKH. Onr IU TTI-H comes to us
(Mice each week from West (iiwhen
(Conn.) Creamery, and is made of
pure sweet errant, i.et us place jour
name on our standing order list each
week nnd deliver when wanted. If
yon want good It I TT Kit give us 11
5-pound boxes. .'. .$1.85
1 -pound prints 40
The real enjoyment ami licallhrul
ness of vcgclublcs Is In linvlng them
fresh. Vegetable are o Mpcclnlly with
us twelve months In the year. Tlie
best the nuii'ls afford Is Mt'te. Cut this
list out for your order this week:
String; Hen os,
Church and I'.iin iStreela.
'i5 I;(lgc.vood Avenue.
CKtAlt.MAKF.Il I'Ol'M) DMA I).
Stephen StetTcns, a elgnrmaker who
canto hern from I'hllndclphlu threo
weeks hro, was round dead In his
room at "1.2 Wooslcr street, this noon,
with the gas turned on. He was ",b
years of age. Coroner Mix hail not
determined Inst night whether bath
was accidental or whether the man
had intended to commit suicide,
;o.S TO IdTCIIITFIdi,
I'tev, Father John I,. Mctlulnness,
curate at St. Mary's It. C. church,
Ttranford, announced to the pnrltih
loners that he would leave there on
Thursday, hnvlni; been promoted to
the pastorship of a new parish to bo
formed of throu towns adjacent tu
Just to keep the matter FRESH in your mini, let
us say that we have a fine lino of Applea
All stand the test of discriminating palates.
SPECIAL Strictly Fresh Country Eqgs, dozen for
The S. W.
! 1074 CHAPEL ST.
D. M. WELCH
1 41 re cans Asparagus, 2 cans for
ROYAL' ANN CHERRIES.
Extra heavy Syrup goods, largo
at Hint price.
A drive In bodied Honey nt 10c.
MOLASSES AND SYRUP.
A Superior Table Syrup at 15c per ran. A puic ' D.tl-I'usl.lon" Mow
lasses nt 12 1 --c per can,
Kale Mill 011. A big bottle of Fine Olives, cither stuffed or plain, foi
20c. A bargain In a Klu lxutlo, , .
We lmvn very nice Turkeys, Chickens nnd Fowl, Sold full-dressed.
Our l'resh Vegetable list Is
market at bargain prices.
MAINE SEED POTATOES
D. M. WELCH cV
Niw Numbers 38-40
Wednesday, April 1.
GROWN IN NORTH KILLINGWORTH, CONN.,
WHERE THE GOOD ONES OOME FROM j
FRESH MINT, ASPARAGUS, CUCUMBERS,
STRING BEANS, RADISH, TOMATOES, Eto.y
L. C. Pfaff & Son,
Still Selling at
25 cents the pair.
04 (Jeorge St. 10 Congress Ave. 1316
Prices That Ought to
Sliced Ham Ifle III
Smoked Tongue 10c Hi
Pork Chops. ,
Salt Pork. . . ,
' One can each Corn. Pea, Tomatoes, 25t
Sliced Pineapple, per can, 10c.
AIS Howard Am. II Sbelton Ave.
This is the time and this
the place to obtain all the
Spring Meats, Vegetables
and Fruits. To-day, Con
necticut Spring Lamb.
Fresh Killed Spring
Green Mint, New Car
rots and Beets, Beet Tops,
Dandelions, Green Olives.
Chickens and Squabs.
180 Temple St.
IS IT ENJOYABLE?
Do ton Ilk lo see tlii
people with drfeetlv nth
No rod not .hlBk uthfri
nioilil bo dlalrrsscd II
Sours nor Ibat war! Man
on't Irt I hum urt horonil th
help of a aood dentist, II
mif of your terlh la nilsrlnii.
tint us krldR the pac with on that
Is tnt snmo color, simp and also of th
PHILA. DENTAL ROOMS
781 CHAPEL ST.
& SON, Offer
25c. Makes a delicious salad. '
inns, 2Sc per can, nnd we live money
Ioiir one. V'e b-ve" overythln(r In thfl
FA in HAVEN.
7 and 9 CHURCH ST.
and 770 State Ht, 3.1t Grand Are.
Appeal to Everyoie
Strictly Fresh I'Rgs lBp. doz
;ood Tnlile Ittitter 32c lb
(iood Itrend Hour 70o bag;
Trln IiIk'iiU 3c pkge
Can Apples 10c ran
821 Elm Sf 150 Greenwood St.
l'resh arrivals dally. The quality
is superior. Wo call attention to our
Malaga O rapes, the finest fruit of the
year. Florida avel Oranges, Jnffaa,
Kings and Tangerines. Urape Fruit
at seclnl prices. Clearing; sale o
Apples nil the good varieties at less
( ban Inst fall's prices. Vegetables ol
the rarer sorts.
J. B. JUDSON,
856 CHAPL ST.
TTIK MIIIHOH FRUIT STORE.
Cun and Locksmlthlnj.
SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO
68 Center S! E. H. Bassstt, Mgr,
We Are at Work
Why not let us quote you
a price for cleaning house,
including carpets, rugs,
etc., with our Vacuum
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