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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1008.
ZANDER GETS $700 Derby Man Obtains Two Fa- $ son vorable Verdicts Against Connecticut Company. YALE MAN'S CASE TO-DAY Two Dodslnnn in tlio Court of Coin mon I'lcHH SHlooiikccpcr (Jullty Otltrr Court News. Tho jury (n thn civil hUIo of -ho mi Iinrlor court which him h,:vn hcurlnir the two Zander milts for thn hint three duys with JucIro Hood on tho bench, ypHtnrduy uftornnon hroimht in two vordlcts which amount In nil to $100 for the jilulntlit. Tlv) first wbb $00 which Kmll JCundrr ot on his peramml suit iiKiilriHt tho Conncc tlout company for tho loss hf .ho scr vIcpb of hln wlf, rrruiccs .la.idor, Who whs hurt In a trolley urolrtont. Tho other verdict wus for $3)0 nnd waif granted Mr. Zander ."i iIh .hi It BKaliiRt tho road In his vlfo'n namu for her loss and tdiock heeaune nil tho accident. Tho court room was nearly empty at the time the Jury returned with Its verdict, duo to the counter attraction of the criminal pld.- of the court which was holding Its lewslons in tho other building. Tho accident happened Aujcust 20, 1000, near tho tratusfer point jf tho trolley cars In Derby. At that time the Derby cars used to run to ihis point and there passengers for points beyond used to transfer to Mio An sonla or Seymour cars. At thn tlmo of tho injury tho plaintiff, who liven In East Derby, claimed the car was Mopped about a 100 feet from the transfer point and the pawnijers were asked to R"t out there. Just ns Mrs. Zander aroso to get up the ear itarted suddenly nnd was .hnwn, hurting her hip. Sho was under med ical treatment for a const ler.ihln length of time, duruig which her hus band lost her Rervlces In the -are of tho home, so he also sued for this. Tho couple asked $5,000. tee of Aiisonla, against tho Albany Jnsuraneii rniiiiuiny tho Judgment la In faor of the dcfciiilantH. It was u suit, to receiver Iniunmeo money, the (Uuhiiki'h tilli'Reil bring Levlno was trustee for Abra ham linker whose properly In Ansonla wii destroyed by lire. The court rules that linker did not show a prop er proof of his losses. INSPECT CLEAN-UP Chairman Scranton and Party Make Their Rounds of City Streets and Dumps. SPITTING CRUSADE STARTS All Police (Mil l',qulppc(l With To- lite Warnings. Thn police department formally start ed 1U campaign against tliu violation of tho spitting ordinance which has been more or lens of a dead letter lust night when every ofllcer us he went out was handed a Utile' booklet In the form of tickets which are to bo handed to any person neon violating the ordin ance. This will be considered a first warn ing and after this lias been given If the person Is again seen violating the ordinance he will be subject to arrest und punishment In accordance with tho provision of tho ordinance, (in Its face the ticket says "You nvo vlolatjng tho law against spitting. You ure subject to line or Imprisonment. By order of the Board of Health." On thn reverse Is printed tho extract from tho ordinance telling Just what expectoration Is forbidden by It. It rends: "Spitting upon the sidewalk of any public street, avenue, park, pub lic square or place In the city of New Haven, or upon tho floors of public conveyances or upon tho promises of public) buildings, theaters, opera houses, halls and tho HKo Is hereby prohibited." The police officers will probably be kept busy for a few days distribut ing these polite announcements to per sons who ahsent-mlndedly transgress tho provision of tho ordinance. The first warning will be followed by ar- ests according to tho orders of tho de partment. thn Congregational church will glvo a social In tho chapel of tho church, which Is freo to all. It will bo along missionary lines ami a very Interest ing program has been arranged, which will be followed by games and light refreshments, Jt Is desired that a largo, number attend. GOOD WORK ACCOMPLISHED .More Teams Needed I'lislghtly Open Lots About City Three In Law rence Street District. Defendant a Vale Man. Listed for trial this forenoon In the Bupe.rlor court before Judge J?eed Is thn case of Joseph Jfoagher of .""amp- bell-avenue, West Havsn, against An drew P. Packer of Brooklyn, N. Y. It. Is a case thnt recalls an automo bile a?cldont In West 1 Liven on Ang ,tis( 21, lflOfi. Tho plaintiff on that . rtflfA WAM run Intrt hv Ihn l-f,-.nrln n who was driving an automobile, It Is alleged, recklessly and beyond tho speed limit. The complaint says that Meagher ' lort his seises of smell, taste nnd hearing; Damages of $10,000 nro cli!med. Packer, the defendant, Is a Ynlo , , ,man and Is said to be a millionaire. He did not stop after the accident and was not apprehended till nearly a year later when ' Constable McN'emoy caught hlhi In Stamford nnd took his ' hodj'.Paeker gave a largo bond for ' his releae.1 Fitzgerald nnd Walsh are eounsei for, the plaintiff and Judge Robertson Band Eliot W'atrous represent ihe de fendant. Tho latter appeared before Judge Heed yesterday and said hey were not quite ready for trlnl ind tho trial was postponed till this morning at 10 o'clock. RACE TRACK FIGHT Trouble Brewing Between Gov ernor and Commissioner of Racing. Reynolds' Ifenrlnu. The county commissioners live as idlEned Monday at 2 o'clock ns the time for tho hearing on tho rmon Btrance to J. F. Reynolds' license. Tho aloon la at 26 Chapel stret. Baldwin iets Fine and .Tnll. Kidney Baldwin, a young min re cently arrested by Detective Dal?y for pafcslng a forged check on Swift Rros., of Broadway, for $44, pleaded guilty in the police court yesterday and was sentenced to three months In tall tind fined $25 with costs of $10. 0. lny Is Trustee. Osborn A. Day was appointed trus tee of the bankrupt estate jf Isaac Siler, furrier at ntl Orange street In the bankruptcy court yesterday. Tho trustee gave a bond of $1,000. Ap praisers appointed were Heatjn II Wright, Robert Hunt and .tirecks Arnold. Saloonkeeper Tlirlocs nllly. Found guilty on three counts of vlo latlng the Sunday liquor law, Iiiuls Dworskl, proprietor of a anloon at No, '267 Grand avenue, was fined $75 by Judge Richard H. Tyner In the police icourt yeste rday morning, after some startling alligations had been made by tho defense, and by one John Au burn, who was caught drinking in Dworskl's plaeo last Sunday after noon. . Auburn atated that Dworskl offered .to give him a ticket to Worcester or any other place If ho would stay away from court this morning. Auburn also 'stated that Dworskl offered to pay him If be stated in court yesterday morning that he did not pay for tho beer which ho drank in Dworskl's place on Sunday. The defense- testified that Auburn approached Dworskl, saying that he would go out of town for a while if the saloonkeeper would pav him. Each sldu denied the allegations of tho other. PENAL CODE INVOKED Public Sentiment Aroused Scnntoin May I.eavc Country to Evade Special Session. Tho Boh' brigade of the Congro- Rational church, will hold a competi tive drill In tho (Impel on Monday evening of next week, at which tlmo a silver loving cup will be given to tho young man drilling tho moHt nccurato and who has madu tho best all around appearanco during tho year. Struck Wife, Pays $50. Thomas O'Nell, the Mill River street man who struck ills wtto over tno head with a table leg three, weeks ago Inflicting Injuries which nearly caus ed her death, was lined $51) with costs lu the police court, yesterday, O'Nell, himself an (del man, declar ed that he committed the assault whllo in a drunken rage and begged tho t'lemency of the court. Mrs. O'Nell, bent and gray haired, who was releas ed from tho hospital but a few days ago, also pleaded for him, asserting that it would mean her Pclng nent to tho poor hou no should he go to Jail. Albany, April 14. There Is trouble brewing for John Sanford, state rac ing commissioner, In conse.quenee of his opposition to (lovernor Hughes on the race track gambling legislation, 'I will not discuss the matter," re plied thn governor, with the obvious inference thnt he had not overlooked the Incident. There Is Just one way In which the governor ran take cognizance ef this matter namely. If charges nro sub mitted. The governor Is waiting calmly, not with reluctance, for these charges. When they are made, If they Khali be made, there Is the best reason for the assertion that they will have rather prompt, consideration. The Sanford Incident has attracted tho more attention here because the commissioner's senator, Wemple of Schenectady, who- voted against the bills, has worked himself Into such a state of indignation, that he Is Invok ing the penal code to destroy the gov ernor. and tho clergymen and citizens of his town who have expressed their view of his action. The section of the penal code cited by Senator Wem ple, however, seems to have n double reference to this matter. The provi sion Is as follows: A person who wilfully compels or at tempts to compel a member of the legislature to pass, amend or reject a bill, etc.. Is punishable by Imprison ment of not less than five years nor more than ten year, or a fine of pot less than $500 nor more than $2,000, or both. Mr. Wemple thinks this applies to tho governor and tho clergymen. But Mr. Wemple's colleague, Senator Em erson, declared that ho voted for the bill because Mr. Sanford was boss of one of tho counties, and was a bad man to oppone, hecause ho once spent $160,000 to defeat a man who dis pleased him. "I'd hate to have him spend any of that sum to defeat mo," remarked Emerson. When Mr. Wemple made this amaz ing discovery In the penal code, ho was asked: "Why wouldn't this sec tion apply to William Barnes, Jr., and to John Sanford?" This application, however, did not Impress 'Mr. Wemple. Public sentiment Is beginning to make Itself felt here In a very mark ed degree. Senator Aekroyd of Onei da had a very bad quarter of an hour with his constituent, who camo down to express their opinion to him last night. Senators Orattan, Wemple and Oassldy aro 'dng treated to similar doses of popular Indignation. This keeps tho atmosphere hero tense In tho extreme. It would be Inaccurate, however, to conclude that there Is any present sign of a break-up among tho opponents of the governor. There Is, us yet, no real basis for any hope for the bills, and few trained observers here believe that they will be passed at the present session. Even at the extra session there Is grave doubt for the fate of the bills, Several senntors have announced their Intention of going to Europe, or elsewhere outsido the Jurisdiction of tho stale. Tho civic cleaning went merrily on all over the city yesterday. During tho af ternoon tho chairman of the central sanitary committee of tho Associated t'lvlc societies, under whose auspices tho work Is being carried on, George II. Scranton, Secretary Warden and Arthur K. Booth of Boarilman, who is acting In a capacity verging on that of official photographer, went out In an automobile for a general inspection.' of tha work all over the city. When seen last evening, Chairman Scranton said ho was very much pleased with tho progress 0f the work. Ho said no whero was tho activity shown more than at tho dumps, nearly all of which ho and his llttlo party visited ami at snmo of which pictures of the carta un loading was taken. Ho said thnt at tho Beaver pond dump ho took partic ular trouble to notice the number of teams. There were five of them un loading, thero were three Just going and two more Just coming, besides any number of hand-carts and barrels bo- Ing pulled or rolled along by children. Mr. Scranton said ho nsked one of the drivers If ho found his services In much demand. Tho man said ho usu ally had to look for work to do but that now ho has work ahead for several teams for iwo weeks or more. Another mnn, busy picking over the dumps, was questioned. He said he had been at tho business, If business It Is, for many years, bin that never neioro nail tie seen so many carts bringing refuse to the dump. The tilth In some of tho carts was of the worst posfllhlo kind. Mr. Scran ton said that wherever the party went there were evidences of wholesale cleaning up. Ho said he did not doubt thnt many rases of cleaning were due to a feeling of shame on thn part of parties who found all their neighbors donning up nbout them, lie said It was not unfrequent to find blocks of houses that were In a disreputable condition a few days ago now In iplc-and-spnn order. It made no differ ence to the sanitary committee, lie said, how thnt came about. But there are still many vile ppots that, have not been touched, "If there are any of our citizens who think that New Haven Is now In satlsfa "t-iry con dition ns regards cleanliness,'' snld Mr. Scranton, "I wish they would communicate with our Mr. Warden and I know he will be sure f take them about the city In his leisure mo ments and show them where theso plague spots are. It would be Im possible to Imagine any worse places than some that we have In tne city. And It Is needless for any In the city to say that these things do jot con cern them. The people who live In these places are rubbing elbows with ua at every point In the .itores, In the cars, on the street. If 11th brings disease, tln'y must be spreading con tagion. Every kind of filth 's being thrown In these backyards. It would bo useless for this committee to send out any of Its workers to clein some of them up. We propose to put the matter up to the department of health or tho fir" department." A list of some of the most unsightly places, on nil of which many com plaints have been received by the com mittee, was given out by Mr. Scran ton ns follows: IJnden street, near Orange street; 49 Adeline street, 37 Webster strept, Foster and Iawrenre streets, back of tho Edwards street school; and Mechanics street, near Lawrence. He said there are any num ber of places on Webster, Fair, Oak and Commerce streets which are awful beyond words. How living beings can exist near some of them Is a question. Few requests have been received from those In the city who would like helpers In their cleaning. Any who would like tho co-operation of the workers and can show why they can not do the work themselves or afford to have It done may wrlto to Mr. Scranton at 42 Church street to ad vantage. Offers of teams have been received from the following Individuals and firms: Deforest & Hotchklss, William Hine, Charles W. Blakeslee, Hugh Plunket, Tho Smedley company, Lampoon Lumber company, Henry Konoid & Son, Howard company, and II. M. Tower. Many more teams are needed. Being Wednesday before Easter there will bo Litany nnd Ante-Com munion at 10 a, m., to-day In St, James' church and this evening at 7:45 there will be a united service in Trinity church, New Haven. Miss Jennie Jeffontt will return to her duties at St. Luke's hospital, N, Y,, to-day, after making a brief visit with her brother, Robert Jeftcott, of 84 Fountain street. SOCCER TEAM SAVED I , ! Professor Beebo Advances $150 to Take tho Eleven to Ithaca. MAY WIN CHAMPIONSHIP! Players Will Kndonvor to (ict 1'liiunclal I'nlon to Make Keslltutlon. Miss Besslo Robblns, who has been confined to her homo In Whnlley avo nue for several days, Is now ahlo to bo out again and attends to her duties. BRYAN FIGHT YAIN First Day. of New York Con vention Ends in Decisivo Defeat. BATTLE IN COMMITTEE Resolutions Ronrd Vote Against Any Instructions by Vole of 28 to 4. Professor William Jleebe has come to the rescue of tlio Yulo soccer team and will send It to Itlmea next Saturday e win the championship, 'j'he members of l HO Ivlllll Illllllll 11 llllllllMH iiio to Nil) enough money to pay the expenses of Ihe liln. and It looked as If the Kami) would luive to bo forfeited, nml with It; tho 'chance fur tlio Million cup and the i championship, . professor Uocibo Is on : the alliletlc vominltlee, ami Haskell, Noycs, captain of tlio liaHkelhall leiiiu , consulted him In regard to the Ilium- : etui embarrassment with the result thai ' Professor Heche giive the team $150 to; pay the expenses of the trip. ! Tlio $150 Is an advance which the fine- ! cer ton m members expect the Yale I'M-I niielal union to i tin k o up. I'nless It cbus I'rofchsor Mecho Rhine wll stand tho ex- I nense. With tho prollls of football and linHihull ns huge ns they aro It seems that Hie Financial union could find fjl'ifl for the Huccor team. If Ynlo defeats f'ornell Saturday, ss the team undoubtedly will, It will be tied with llaverfoi'd for tho champion ship. Yale has defeated Ilaverford and the team docs not anticipate much trou ble In doing so agnln. New Spring Showing of Kayser Gloves , rATENT riNOER IIPPCD Silk Gloves ; A guarantee Hcket wtth'evtfry fcmr inn nu iyigB wmu w -l Our New Spring Shipment is Com plete. Prices are for Wrist Lengths 50c, 75c and $1 i 0 ny7r VTV ,4 u . r- .HTu "ww it.-. ... . ..'".vv.'W w sr mm ii two. if i si 1111 I mf PS ,1 m U. VMt !U II a 1 1 I WIm IN THE I k Uki hem 11 W MM THE KlNDTrWTOOMT WEAR OUT 4 at tha tinoorand. Jf you find ma nann rrniKM you nova I the osnulna. unousstioneblv m . l$u bast silk ova avr mndo. J f N'ew York. April 14. The f'rst day of the democratic state convention closed with a defeat of those delegates committed to tho candidacy of Wil liam J. liryan. Tho conmiltten on res olutions late to-nlRht adopted i set of resolutions to be presented to the convention when It reconvivs to morrow, providing for nn unltifdruot ed deleRatlon to thn nation il demo cratic convention at Henver. When tho state convention rpanls ed to-dny the Bryan men .lffred a resolution Instructing thn delegates to bo chosen for Mr. Itryan. tinder tha rules which the body hns adopted for Its procedure, the liryan resolutions met this evening and In turn referred the Ilrynn resolutions to a sub-committee of seven. The sub-eommltteo beard an appeal by Augustus Thomns, president of thn Bryan progressiva democratic league which fathered tho resolutions and then by a oto of fj to 1 decided to report to the full com mittee recommendations .iR.il.ist In structed delegation. Tho sub-committee's report was received find adopted by the committee on resolutions by a vote of 28 to 4. A minority report of the sub-eommltteo calling for an In structed delegation was defatted by a similar vote. Nineteen members of tho committee on resolutions were ab sent when the vote was take.i. The Bryan men declared thnt Miey would carry thn fight to tho floor of tho con vention hall. The rommltto on cre dentials was still engaged vlth con tests at a lato hour. cTAcf.y i:M:( Ti,n captaiv. Wilt Lend WUfhliisrtoii (ilcn Baseball Nino This Season. The Washington f'.lee club baseball team held n meeting at their rooms for tho election of captain and mana ger. Tho result of tho ballots showed Jon C'lancey elected captain and Jean I'rechweit manager, flancey Is a very good basebnll player, being a sure hit ter and nlw a star first baseman. He played full-back on the eleven. Be sides being n member of tho Washing ton Glee club, flancey Is a member of tho Clinton lAthletln club, where ho p'.nyed both guard nnd forward In the basketball quintet which team Is con sldered one of tho boot In city splitting even with the IJght Guards and Naval Reserves quintets. Manager Jean Frechwett Is already on his Job, having secured the West Haven A. C. for flood Friday. This game will be played at West Haven. FXP1XT ITRTIirR (XT. ' of Common Pica Decisions. Judgo Wolfe of tho common plens court yesterday rendered decisions In two cases recently heard by hint. In the case of Werner I!. Gutenberg against Frederick lClrchoff, judgment Is given for the plaintiff to recover $50.34. It was a suit on a bill for plumbing dono In a cottage at Wood mout. In the caao of Louis L. Levine, trus- VOhhKUK XIX E WINS. The practice game yesterday after noon at Yale field resulted rather dis astrously for the 'varsity as that nine was defeated by tho second team by a score of 7 to 4. Tho gnmo lasted Ivo Innings nnd the fielding on both sides wns perfect. The members of both teams were free with the lilts and the .Improve ment at the but hns been very notion able In the past few days. The 'varsity Is also nblo to do belter work since (ho lineup whs changed nnrt Williams went to second. Peck playing third. This will probably he the reRUlnr lineup, at leust until Dines returns to the game. Cushman lias been appointed captulll r.f tho second or college nine, and start ed the season yesterday most auspi ciously with a victory. The 'varsity was handicapped by the fact that Its catcher and shortstop, Jones and Fcls, respectively, aru iUU un crutches. DRIVERS BANQUET New Haven Club Holds Annual Meeting at New Haven House. ALL OFFICERS RE-ELECTED First Rneo Meet of the Season Will ho 1 1 oM on Decoration Dny. Not F.nongii for Men to Do nt Cedar Street Roundhouse, A further cutting of thn forcn employes of tho New Haven rond In tho local shops senms Imminent nc cording to a report coming from the roundhouse at Cedar and Iintberton streets. The men there have very lit tin to do and one of them last night said that tho bosses had hinted that the forcn was to be cut In halves, In tho past week nbout 20 engines have been shipped to Readvllle for re pnlrs which formerly would have been repaired here, Tim latest shipment was day before yesterday when three were sent up. Last Hunday five were sent. SMR RACIXO CONDITIONS. New York, April 14. In splto of tho bitter light waged nt tho state capital during tho past two months to effect thn prohibition of ra?o track betting In New York, tho Metropoli tan season of racing will jegln at Aqueduct park to-morrow under prac tically the same conditions that have obtained In the past few years. Slight modifications In thn rules governing betting nro promised. HARTFORD VICTORS. Capital City Five F.aslly Defeats Wa- trrhury In Three finines. (Special fo the .loiirnnl-Cotirler.) Hartford, April 14.lfnrtford had lit tie trouble In defeating Waterhury In three straight here to-night, capturing the bowling championship of tho slate Tho scores; Hartford. WESTVILLE. Unless all signs fall, Westvllle will probably look brighter on Easter morning this year than It ever has before. The ward committee, consist ing of tho young men of the commit nlty, Is now busily engaged In the I oleimtnu'-im wnrtf IWi.r, real,lr,f ! should be Interested In such beneficial work, and In order that tho best re sults may bo obtained tho co-operation of all la requested. The commit tee would suggest that each resident interest himself enough In the move ment to attend to tho cleaning of his front and back yards and nny vacant lots adjoining. Everything possible should be burned and other rubblRh removed by Paturday. Anyone need ing the assistance of the committee for tho removal of rubbish other than ashes will please notify tho chairman, F. II. Belrlen, Jr., 88 VVIl hird street. Telephone 3294-2. A very successful rehearsal was held lust evening for the "Crack a Joke" minstrels to be. given by tho Y. P. S. C H3. of tho Congregational church In Masonic hall on the even ing of April 24. There will bo a large chorus composed of hoys and girls, also four end men, who will mnnago to keep the audience In nn uproar most of the time. The end men are Curtis Ford, Hoynlon Voor hees, llawley Lincoln, and Clifford Mollis. Frederick If. Lincoln will be Interlocutor. Tickets may ho ob tained from any member of the so ciety, also Ice cream will bo on sale. This eening tho V. P. 8. C. E. of The fourth annual meeting and banquet of tho New Haven Driving club was held at the New Haven house last night. The business ses slon, however, was but an Inrldent the banquet was tho thing. Tho members of the club met In the hotel parlors at half after eight and elected officers. All the present ofllcers were returned to office. They are: President W. II. Crowe. First vice president R. Kannegel sor. flecond vice president E. K. Dur ant. Third vice president John Moran. Fourth vice president Dr. Morris Slattery. Treasurer I. f). Hlehey. Secretary Dr. J. II. Kelly. Executive committee Charles ft. Watorhouse, Jr., chnlrninn; I. Moore, J. C. Kerrigan, E. E.' Durant, John Moran, K. A. Hart, ft. Kannegvlser, C. H. Retinoid, 0. Atwood, W. II. Crowe, Dr. J. O. Butler. After tho election of officers, plans for tljo first, race meet of tho year were discussed. This will be on Decoration day, nt tho Elm City track. While no definite plans hnvo yet been made, thoso b''lng left for tho next monthly meeting, enough has been dono to as sure a successful meet. In all prob ability matinees will bo held every three weeks, the arrangement that held last year. The next heat was held In the din ing room, and as tho course wiis a long one It took a considerable time to run It off. About sixty gentlemen sat down to tho banquet prepared for them by Host Mosolcy. After the banquet Tons tm aster F. O. Bushnell uncorked the supply of after-dinner oratory. Among those who respond ed were lr. Bland, of Wntorbury; Al ner Hayes, Mr. !etz, James McDon ald and Uov. Dr. Watson L, Phillips. Richards iS! 1 K3 ITS Pratt MO 1."i5 234 Williams 178 150 Pease ill!) Chamberlain 191 201 170 Klmherly 190 170 Williams 167 Totals MS 859 948 Waterhury. A. tiowls 167 Dubue 17tl F. Beardsley 156 Allen Tellar 204 Stokes 154 141 140 190 193 in 169 22!) 153 179 183 Totn Is 857 797 91 BRIIXiF.POltT THIRD. (SpiM'l"! to the .loiirnnl-Coiirler.) nrldsenorl. Anril 14. Tho local howling team won two of the series of three names with Merlden hero to nlftlit, capturing third plaeo In the Ktnte league. Tlio scores: llrlilivepoi-T. French I1'! 14 2055:1 Lewis 19.1 193 '.167 54!) H. 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