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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1908,
3 The Sherlock absolutely sanitary. Pipe A cool, 'lt'ii ii, lull-flavored smoke; never mi- oiloi. Nolhlns hut the ('leanest, freshest, purest smoke ever cnln the iiiinilli, Cannot Burn Your Tongue. COME IN AND SEE IT. The L L Stoddard Tobacco Co, 940 Chapel Street. Low Shoe Stockings Ire so conspicuous In points of qual ity, colors nml patterns that a little aiorc attention io those lViitures than luring winter in not amiss. Plain colors have, t ho call. Wr have them in all the rich colorings mggrt-llvc of Spring. Variety of fahrlcs, too silks, llsles, ubilk-lisles," line Mneos, etc. Sonic range In price, too but none 1'ERY cheap, none VKRY high or, to put It in other words, as cheap as fond goods can be sold. (incorporated) OPP. THE TOWN PUMP LILLEY TO GO ON THE HOUSE FLOOR Waterbury Man Declares Con gressman Stated Last Sat urday He Would Tell All He Knew. EXPECTS ADVERSE VERDICT Dfllcers of the Electric Float Company and Charles Ferry, of Bridgeport Brass Company, Deny Charges. Washington, April 1. Franklin A. Tnylor of Waterbury, Conn., to-day testified before the special house Sommlttee investigating the. charges against the Klertrle Boat company that ho has heard Representative) George L. LI I ley, the author of the charges, mnke the statement in the Waterbury club a week ago last Sat urday, that it was quite likely he would get an adverse decision from th committee, and that in that event he would tell till he knew about the whole inaltiT of submarine boats on tin; Hour of the limine. In uddltlon to Mr. Taylor, '.he wit nesses to-day were Kllhu R. Frost, vice-president of the Klectrle I'.oill company; Maurice Ritrrctt, seeMury treasuror of the Klectrle lioat eom pany, and t.'luirlcs Ferry, of the Bridgeport Prill's works. They all do nb'd any knowledge of undue influ ence being used on members of con gress to secure legislation favorable to the Klectrle Hunt company, although Mr. Taylor and Mr. Ferry .admitted that they hud asked Mr. Lllley to vote for the appropriation, an they thought It would help their business rhould these boats be authorized. The, In vestigation will bo continued to-morrow. Hearing In Detail. Franklin A. Taylor of Waterbury, vice-president of the Randolph Clowes company, manufacturers of brass and copper was the II rat witness called to-day by the special commit tee of the house that Is Inves'ig itlng the charges against the Klectrle Boat company, lie mid lie had told Rep resentative Lllley to vote for s'.ib.nar Ine boats us there was a possibility of his company getting some business if the boats were ordered. "What was Mr. Lilley's reply?" "lie would not commit himself one way or the other." Tlie last 'conversation the witness bad with Mr. Lllley was a week ago Saturday in Waterbury. Mr. Lllley, then, according to the witness, said lie proposed to see that the Lake people hud a fair chance. He was present in th Waterbury club a vvecic ago Saturday, lie. said, while Mr. Lllley was talking with a number nf gentlemen r.bout the pres ent Investigation. According to Mr. Taylor, Mr. Lllley said It wa quite likely that he would get an adverse de cision and In that event he would go or. the floor of the house and tell all lie knew about the whole matter of sub marina beats. Mr. Taylor said he never lost an opportunity to impress upon Mr. Lll ley that he ought to vote for sub marines and that lie had sliak"n his fist at Mr. Lllley peveral times, but al ways In a Jocular manner. He did not Intimate to Mini that, he bad gone to hloi at the Instigation of the Klectrle I Boat com puny. The Klertile Roat company, he s.ild had never promised 1 Mini a contract If the desired legisla tion was secured. Mr. Taylor said he had stated to an Associated Press representative In Wa terbury that Me thought he Mud Infln enced Mr. Lllley to vote for submarine boats. Ho assumed this, be said be cause when Mr. Lllley came io Wa terbury, he said: "I voted yes, Franklin, with your face before me when T voted." This re- Vlslt New Haven's Largest, Lightest and Handsomest Store. New Spring Overcoats. You may indulge your fancy for fancy fabrics even in Overcoats this season, for we show plenty of the new and pleasing brown tones in wide -wale diagonal weaves patch pockets full swagger cut three-quarter length minus velvet collars, from $15 to $25. Browns also in stripe effects, stylish gray herring bones, neat Oxfords and dressy black coats, some silk lined, $15 to $25; and snappy covert top coat3 from $10 Cravenette Raincoats, $10 to $30. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.. Browns' run strong in fancy suits, too along with dove and mouse gray, French fog, olives, and blues in two and three-color effects Varsity cut $10 to $32. Have you seen the new Brooklawn Derby ? $3.50. INCORPORATED THE DIG STORE. 60 STFl'S TltOM CHAPEL STREET. 01 TO 05 CHIRCH STREET. Es8f355SSI9 IS RHODES SCHOLAR Student in Graduate Depart mcnt of Yale to Repre sent Kansas. G. E. PUTNAM HIS NAME Fine Athlete and Holds Western Record In Hammer Throw J'luyq 1'ootbnll. OPENING PRING SALE. Instead of offering opening exhibits we offer OPEN ING VALUES ! Friccs quoted are for brand-new goods just received, except in the case of the baby carriages and linoleum remnants. GO-CARTS REDUCED! Fifteen carriages, carried over from last fall, to lie sold to the lirst bidders as follows: Four handsome brown carriages Were ...,$tn.r.O $21.."0 $11.00 $18.50 Now fl.iiO 15.00 8.M) 10.00 Five full-sized go-carts Were $1N SIH S'ih $15.50 $10.00 Now 11 10 .15 0.00 0.50 'Four smaller go-carts, natural color, Wcro Sllt.OO $ 13.50 $11.50 $12.00 Now 8.00 8.00 7.00 7,00 $5. Fifty per cent, discount on nil lace covers, Halo prices 38c to $2.50. Regular prices 75c to REMNANTS $1.50 INLAID LINOLEUMS for 59c per yard Remnants up to 15 square yard In n piece for 50c per square yard for full pieces. Fine chance to cover small rooms, vestibules and bath rooms, Bring measures, as none of those pieces will he sent on ap proval or held for rooms lo be measured. AXMINSTER RUNNERS 5-FOOT RAG RUGS. . . .98c REDUCED 1 Old-fnshloiied striped Kugs and solid colors In reds, prens and A leading Item: Rest quality Ax- blues. Regular price $1.10. Now minster Rug". In rich oriental put- ottc each. terns and colorings. Reduced as Handsome new Rag Rugs recelv- Rlzes. Regular. Now, rf ,, , ni2 feet, Beautiful new 3x0 feel $4.40 $3. I0 colorings and two-tone effects, wlih 2-8x0 feet 5.50 4.10 HOft P,,P ,vn,.l(,, 2-3x10.0 050 4.85 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 2-3x12 7.50 fi.00 - """" ' FURNITURE Sxtnt feet .r0 0.50 cTODrn 3x12 10.50 7.25 STORED. " "" ASK OFR TRICES: Regular dollar rubber Door Mats to.OOO square feet In our new store. for house, corner State and Fair streets. CQn r APU I ( "r1Ms 'l,'""rn' 4 l,rr 'rn DyC tAUn Making over and repairing carpels! ' ' - ..I fcrred to the naval npnmiirlrUiun bill MEIGS CO. of 1 DOS find tnu7. The wltnesn said lie did not consider that Mo had done anything Improper In. asking Mr, Lllley to vote for sub marines. Mr. Taylor said ho had been request ed My John P. Kellogg, one of the at torneys for the Klectrle Rout company in January, Rins, "to get busy with Mr. Lllley and again tell Mini about the possibilities of .submarines. " Klllm li. Frost, vice-president of the F.lectile Bom company, followed Ml'. Taylor. He wild Me had the general management of the business. John 1'. Kellogg, Me said, was employed for the purpose of counteracting In Connecti cut alleged misrepresentations that were being made In the state about the Klectrle Boat company. "Hurt, of an Ananias antidote, sug gested Mr. Howard. " "Ves," replied the w itnes'H. Mr, Frost suld he Mad given no In structions to C. K, McNeil' to employ newspapermen to prepare articles on submarine boats or to Influence con gress. Mr. Howard read to tbe witness u list of tlie members of tbe naval affairs committee of the house, asking him af ter each name if he knew the member and It' Me or any member of his linn Mad cvrr employed any attorney or agent In tU.it member's district. With the, exception of Mr. Lilley's district and that of Mr. Loud, of Michigan, the witness said that so far as he knew no attorney or agent was employed In any member's district. ' Mr. Frost denied that he had made contributions In behalf of his company to any campaign fund, republican or democratic, national or congressional, lie said Mia company did not maintain a lobby In Washington, and declared that no undue Influence In behalf ef his company had been brought to bear by himself or liny one on any member of congress, nor had any money been paid to Influence the navy department. Mr. Frost denied all knowledge as to the amendment off' red in the senate naval committee o the naval appropri ation bill In 1907, which Mr. Lllley charged had been drawn by attorneys for the Klectrle Boat Co. with the in tention of suppressing competition. Referring to tbe time president Roosevelt made a submerged trip In one of the submarine boats, Mi'. Frost denied that the company bad paid any newspaper men t the trial and said he did not know who was responsible tor the publV'.'i lions concerning that event. Tbe boat was commanded by Lieut. Velsnn. IT. S V.. urn! Mr. Frost test!- Is fled ?Mat. the company had purchase,! from Lieut. Nelson an Invention which Is used on the boats. The company paid hi in $l,S0O for It. This was the only money paid any naval officer by Mini or his company. Mr. Frost said that no member of congress or naval olllelal owned any Mock In (he company. Ili'p'ristiit.itlve Knlin, of California, whose name was mentioned by Mr. Frost as tbe number of tlie Mouse naval affairs committee with whom Attorney MrNrlr has had an interview, made a statement 'at the conclusion of Mr. Frost's testimony. He said that at Mr. McNeil's suggestion lie Introduced ,i bill providing lor a number of sub marines, for the I'n.lflc coast. He said that Mr. MoN'irhnd not mentioned the name of the compiny he was connected with ami he tKahn) did not know what eonipauy It was. Maurice Harnett of New York, the secretary-treasurer of the' Klectrle Float company, i aid. he had no know 1 edge of any money having been paid by the company for the purpose nf subsidizing newspapers, lie also de nied that any money had been con tributed by ihe compiny for the pnr- I pose of helping to elect or defeat any : member of rongrc.sa.- He j-nid the president, vice president and counsel of the company were authorized to spend money for the company, but had never drawn any money without . slgnif.v ing the purposes for which It i was drawn. j Mr. Lllley bad prepared IW of I questions to be avleil Mr. Itarn'e't't ie 'garding rntrles In the rompany'n ' books, check stubs, eic. Mr. Littleton, : attorney rV the company, i -1 ated that In view of the expectation that these ; book,, r tc. would be acked for Presi dent Idee bad taken charge of thelll In order that there might not be any 'divided authority. President lihv is , now in Washington, continued Mr. 'Littleton. Chairman Houtell Mated that a demand f"r them would be made later, Charles Ferry of rtridgeport, Conn,, the metallurgical CNpert and sales man of the P.rldgeport Hrnss com pany, fold he had requested Mr. Lll ley (o vote for the bill providing for 1 more submarine boats becaiu-e his ' company might have a chance to sell some of Its product should the heals be ordered, j Mr. Lllley Indlral'd. Me said, that he i would vote for the submarine bncaii-i" j the secretary of Die navy bad asked for th' in. Mr. Ferry ndmitlrd Hint lie : had Mso made hii effort lo Infliienes Ttepreeenlntlve Hill In the lnl(iel of Ills company's bit-iiirss. Mr. Ferry 1 said Hint be Mad be"n sent In Was'. I Ington by his linn en receipt of ad- vices from Mr. Kellopg of tlie Floetrl" ; Hunt Co. to the effect that there mlKlit ; be more submarine hoais pui'chnsnd Uy ! tlie giivermm nt. When be cot lo W'n.'i. -j Inglon lie inei Mr. UeltouK. who told bun that Mr. Llllev ouglit lo know Hint llhe Bridgeport Brass company loot ni'ide a great deal of material In lli past, n portion of which Mini been used In submarine bonis Mr. Kellogg In j (reduced M Fcrrv to Mr, Lllley. i Mr, Kerry N Hie 1 irlduenorl niniiu ; faei nrer lo whom Mr. Lllley referred to In Ills statement before Hie commit, ' tee on rules when Me i.dd of the nlb'g ; er nlumpl lo Influence Mho lo v,o for submarine legislation, ns linvlng Inlrl li I in liuil bis eonipanv pinnule, would receive n inn. nun order, mi whlcn Hie profits would be nboiit J';." I" If Hie submarines were aiiHioii7,"d. Mr. 1,11 ! ley In Ills statement before Hie rules eomml!llee, hii Id Me Imd told Mr. Ferre itlint be would prefer to pay blni Sjnie I himself rather Hum 'o vote more (Man j S 1 ,000.000 of tlie people's money for I ! these bonis, (m Hie stand lo-ilny Mr.jso Ca pin In '''M .ll,M,lllliMI t ' ' 1 1 1 1 ?H 1 P( inis I statement, bill mild IiIh attempts t,Vso. Hutch t.ocbel Naturilay. cure Mr. Lilley's support for Hie bills I , . were tniide from n business stnndpolnl ' nlo tolwell of fbe I nlverslfy of I only, nnd that he knew of no attempt Pennsylvania football eleven, who was to nnuntv tnniienee any memner of t,, i,,,.-,. ,-mii,i ..hi, i',.,,i,.ii. t,,.ai.H of the Vale wrestling team at the nnl- MEIGS A CO. t'I-'tI''f'i''H'f f'l' MORF, RHAMI COM I 'LA I NTS. When the .inerlcan students who have b.eii iipviolnl.'d to Ithodes scli.dir shiia at dxloid leave for Fngland next fall, two n'e men, instend of on'!, wii! ! be enrol. e,. AnnouiH'i'ineiii wan ininl.i some lime ago of Hie selection of WII ll.no X. Cusliliis. the Yale pitcher, as tlie I f iircseiii.it ive from Conned lent. Tim K !Ui'.:eut.itlve front Kansas Is now III Hie giadii.ite dep.. 1 1 tnrnl of Vale, (ieorge Fltswofth I'lilnain of (Ittnwn. K.insis. who Is nicking n specialty o." polltknl scb lice. l'liiimin, who Is twenty years old. w.n gi .ulna led fi i.ii) U" I'nlv ei'td! nf K ii ii -sns last June. He was at Hie t of K. two M'.-irs. i. nd befoi-n (Mil at iitiawi college for the snno' length of Hill". At the I nlversl.y of Kansas b" pt-i ct guard on I be fontb ill elev en nnd wii Some Now Say Ills Treatment Harmed Them. While, niore complaints wer received by the detective bureau yesterday in connection with tbe arrest of the man who has been practicing medicine in t h la city under the name of Dr. P.rand, and who was arrested on Tuesday for practicing without, a license from this State, nothing of much Importance could be learned about the am last night asihp police are not willing to say much about It until more evidence Mas been secured. At the present out look, however, it was stated, It looks as If there would be much evidence ag.ilnst the man by the time his case comes up on April 13 and that there may be other charges developed against him. Among the complaints which were received yesterday were some by per sons who claim lo have been treated by Bra nd and who allege that his treatment of them Instead of having beneficial results proved harmful. Thn charges against him have not been changed, however, as yet, and he Id held under bonds of J1.000 on the tvvu counts made Tuesday . Among the complaints which have been made Is one from a druggist who alleges that ho received a prescription maiked to contain Mil grains of a cer tain drug which he was only allowed to put Into a medicine to the amount of eight to ten grains. Ladies Coats For all occasions, that meet all requirements of taste and afford a range in prices to meet every purse, PLAIN TAILORED LONG COATS, KANDSOMKLY TRIM MFD LONG COATS, DRF.SSV KILK BLACK COATS, LONG COATS IN FACLFS1VF, MIXTURES. ATTTOMOR1TF AND TOURING COATS. NOBBY TATLORFD .TACKF.TS, FINK COVKRTS KLKGANTLY TRIMMED, PLAIN AND FANCY PONGFE COATS, J' FANCY NOVELTY JACKETS AND RALN-PROOF STORM COATS. 7'. Spring Garments More new styles than we have ever shown, and we. X find a marked increase in the demand for garments t having the neatness, individuality and exclusiveness that our stock offers. Hf'H''f' Special Pre-Easter, Millinery $12.50 TO $50.00. So many channlni? and original creations eonstltiltc this show-, lnff that ll'n hard to know where to begin or end descriptions. All are exhibited for the lirst tlmo and each an example of the high art of our expert, staff of milliners. Many arc exact reproductions of French models, all exhibit more than their quota of style, quality anil originality. Yc describe just two: V ' F. I'lT.WM, Rhodes Scholar from Kiuo-as nt Vale. FLIOT TALKS TO ROYS. Brooklyn High Schont Pupils Hear That They Are Country's Hope. New Vork, April l. President Kllot of Harvard university addressed the pupils of the Brooklyn Hoys' High school, this ii onilng. Dr. Kllot said that the men turned out from sucil Institutions represented the hope of the country, America be lieved in edin .iMon nmie than. anything else In th World, lie added, nnd In the lifting of the Individual, which was the making of a nation. It Is not true, be declared ,that In this country there was no privileged class, because Hi" boys before him represented a priv ileged clnsj, privileged opportunity which gave them an education (n ben efit them In after life. .Such a privi lege ought to be appreciated, hut he rigretted to say some failed to seize tM' ir opportunity. FRENCH SAILOR, EXTREME SIZE. . Paris and New York are French-sallor-mad this spring everybody who Is anybody In the world of fashion him one. Here's a beauty of marine blue nnd Jap braid, faced with cerise tnffetu, drug of cerise mirage ribbon, and the crowning touch a blue and cerise combination of wings and a bird's head, it's a snap py model, and you ought to be the bright woman who sees It first. , BLACK MILAN with silver! ; A special dream of a hat with all the attributes, that make for perfection. Black Milan forms the bottom crown and the brim, which droops at sides and has' slight upward roll at front. The facing and- trimming around, crown are of rich silver lace, and a great chou of mallne at JjL the side la a finish for the nnar touch of beauty a group of bil lowing, foamy, white ostrich tips. MUHLFELDER BROS. 841-843 CHAPEL ST. ' ... :.H K-r'm'r WWTS ROADROLLER KNMNFEH. The secretary -nf tlie civil service commission Mas received a letter from Dlteetor Foley asking for a list of those eligible to appointment ns an en gineer on She dty steam road roller. As there Is no list at the present time, the director will appoint someone lempor-arlly. , GOV. M'LEAN HOME unanimously chosen ns the A II M.'sout'l , g'liii'd liv the f.ioil.all experts of that i sec' Ion of t he count t y, ; In addition to Mis work on the' vnr-l slty eleven I'lilnam was n member ci f the tra-'U team and Molds the western record tor the liainnier lloow ni I l"i feel, one Inch. Since intuitu; I" Vale! nt Hie track one day he broke Mis rre. oid, but tlie record dort nnl nt and When the time for taking the Hhnib'i exams cnnie I'lilnam was advised by Professor A. M. Wilcox of Hie !'. of K.. , a Yule graduate, and bv Chancellor Frank HI rung of the same Institution, i lo lube the tests, It" limit the cjcim, Inntloi'S here with Ciishlng nnd rrTT. other candidates, hut e;:hilered from IvaiciM ntul not from i 'onneet leui few r.nvs Rgn lie received a formal Idler lioiti rliaticellor s'trnng 1 " 1 1 1 1 1 , c , lillil Hint be had been ehnM Rhmb'SI crediniiaVrHt'mlee iri f"nv"''', ; Former Chief Executive of Stato i'liinaurs falher owns a ranch In lh soiithern pari of Knitsns, nnd after h had graduiiteil from the stntn unlve - slty thought that he had been In school long enough. I'litnnin, however, decid ed tlml li" would like to none lo Val". and announced Hint he would onine here nnd work bis way Ihrmmli the prmlu nle department, lie received a seliol nrnhlo here, and became night eterk a' the Horre li oise on Meadow street In I September. Slnei then be Mas become llinmii.-er of the house. lie wl'l t'!l"h Ihe year here and try to take an M. A. degree, for which he Is ii candidate, In pollM-nl science, When he cum,. It was wllh Hie Idea nf Htnyli.R three yi-ors and working for ,i I'll, D. ilea rre, M'he llhodes scholar ship Is for three years and provides nn allowance of ?I.Riifl nnnmilly. til Ihe recent turd between Ox fori nnd Cambridge. A. M. Stevens. Vale !:li).Y took the event nf Ihe hammer throw for Oxford wlHl li distance of CM) feel. I'll I na m's record Is six feet bel ief nnd he Mopes to lipnrove Hint. Furs About Half Price To reduco my larg3 stock of fine fur coats, neck-pieces and muff3, I am offering them at about half-price. ?45 Chapal SI. upstairs, Friend E. Brooks. JEWELERS. Returns to Simsbury After Long Absence. SPEAKS ABOUT POLITICS Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing More watches are ruined, more line pieces) of Jewelry spoiled, by poor workmen than in any other way. Don't tnke. any chances with vouch, Bring It to us and we assure you prompt nnd thorough service and rea sonable charge. . OHUKtirt Siijs Republicans In West Are All for Tail, and That Democrat Favor .IoIiiimiii, .can FOIAVI.LL IS ILL. I'o-lrr Will Wrestle With the CHAMBERLAIN co- Crown and Orange St. Corner. "Ostermoors $15." congress for (his IrgNlntlnit, At Hi": onelnslnn of Mr. Ferry's testimony the; ennimll lee adjoined, COX L R Ft ; AT I O V A LI STS MEET. Jewel f City. April 1. The Kistern Connecticut conference nf Cnn.vregn tloniil ebtirebes 111 southern Win IMnm snd New London counties Is in ses sion at the First Congregitlonni church here to-day, The Rev, Fred W, Puleoin. Rev. J. V, Itse. eere lary of the Connect'ciit Sunday School association', Tiev. F, n. Fuller of Pres ton city and the Lev. Donald H. Mae. Lime of Tnflvllle, nre the sp'nkers. There are several hundred In attendance. verslly gytiiiinsliini, Saturday night, to i decide finally which was thn heller I of (he Intercollegiate champions of linn" and 1flns, 1ms telegraphed his ! successor to the title, (hat he Is III and will be unable to come here. Becnus" of the nnnoiiurement of tin match the wrestling association has decided to present n first class bill and Foster will wrestle with Dutch Goebel, the plant football guard of the Yale team. George Dole will wrestle Tzzy Winters, the 125-pound champion, The Foster finebel match will be for the cham pionship of the university. Former Governor George T M( lias returned lo Mis home In Slmshurv nfler a visit of three months In Cali fornia and yesterday In an Interview with a Hartford Times reporter gave an Interesting account of bis travels, lie was risked If he paid much at ten lion to political conditions In Califor nia and replied that lie went there for a rest and not for politics, Governor McLean did not s.iy that It. was ifoessary for him to go to the Pacific const for politics, He made an Incidental remark which showed that at the present time there was plenty of politics and of sulTlclent va riety tv Connecticut to suit all tastes. "Could yon determine the presiden tial tendency of the people of Cali fornia, from what you heard and ob served?" "OM! the Republicans are all for Taft." "And the Democrats?" "Governor Johnson of Minnesota seems to he the favorite?" "Have you heard much about Gov ernor Johnson?" "Not very miie.h, hut what I heard was all In his favor. He seems to bo a splendid typq of a man," was Governor McLean's reply, HIGH SCHOOL NOTES A big crowd Is expected to attend the charity benefit to be given by the sen ior class of 1008 In the New Haven high school auditorium at. 8 o'clock to-morrow night. This Is to be held under tho direction of Supervisor Renjnmln Jep son. The use of thn auditorium will be granted by thn board of education, A line program has been arranged. WEDDING INVITATIONS tr Invitations and 4 Announcements that conform to the latest dictates as to form and lettering. vr We are pleased 11 to show sam ples and to quote prices on any form of society engraving. Establlahed in 1843. The meeting of the N. H. H. . De- j bating society, which was lo be held! 857-859 CHAPEL ST. yesterday, was postponed until .to , day. The subject of debate is; "Re solved, That the V'nlted Slates should ; have a larger fleet," Messrs, Alderman I and Host wick will uphold the afflrnui- j live while Messrs, Solomon and Rob- ! crt the negative, I The seniors held a meeting at the close of school at. the high school audi torium yesterday afternoon, The mem bers practiced singing for the charity concert to be heir! Friday night Ihere. WO R.ST ED MILLS Bl'SIER. , Moosup, April 1. In textile circles here the understanding seems to In that the American Woolen company Is gradually Inerenslng the nperaUon of Its plant in this part nf the'siato and in Rhode Island. The woolen and worsted business seems to be in line for an early Improvement. BROOCHES. We are now showing a most com. pletc line of brooches, especially In the dainty enamel and senil-precloiu htones. The early purchaser baa the best variety to choose from. roa cmasei. Street, new haven, CT.