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THE MOUNINO JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, AfRIL IB, 1008,
IN SOCIETY ONEIDA Mt. Clair Jam Kitchen Cood3 at greatly reduced prices. To be sold at cost. , ) V , ' : V ret Mi cl; thj Mr; V v'l Easter Ribbons. Our Easter showing of Ribbons Is a most beautiful one, comprising every style color and design suitable for trimming a dross, waist or hat; also for neckwoar, bolts and fancy work. Ribbons purchased here will be made up Into bows, armlets, neckwear or belts without charge. Messallrifl Taffeta Ribbon, all puro silk, 4 1-4 Inches wide, shades suitable far nockwenr, value 25o a yard. Eatorsaleprlcel7o. 5-Inch Mfissallnn Taffeta Silk. In a nice variety of shades. 25c a yard. 5-Inch All Silk Taffeta Ribbon, plain shades, value 25o a yard. Eastor sale price. 19c. Children's Easter Gloves. VCeglve as careful attention to gloves for children as we do to those for older folks. We have children's gloves InDenVsand other reliable makes. Prices. $1.00. $1.25 and $1.50, A ; --loveis put on at our counter by export glove fitters. WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT Tarpon Fishing? COMPARE YOUR EXPERIENCE, IF ANY, VITH Mr. LOUIS RHEAD'S IN THE MAY METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE THE ARTICLE IS FULL OF EXCITING ADVENTURES AND PRACTICAL ADVICE THE MAY ISSUE IS A GARDEN NUMBER At all Newsdealers 15 cents THE METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE 1 3 West 29th Street, New York .HERRI MYSTERY i . .ivorce Story Denied, Though Entered on the Court . Docket. AY ERROR WAS MADE utiisel Keclnrcs No Trouble Kxluts Jlclween Herdnurateur mid Wife. New York. April 14. "There. Is ab lutely no trouble between Mr. and Irs. Louis Sherry., and a Brea'tMn- etlon has been done them by the ibllshed re porta that they are seek- K a divorce." This statement was made to-day by M. Kowlette, counsel for the well- riown restaurateur, after the inyster- ub case of ipherry vs. Sherry for llmony and counsel fees was mark- i off the calendar In Part I., Special rm of the Supreme court. Coun I In this case appeared before Jus o Howling yesterday and asked for rmlsslon to file papers this morn g When the case was called no dy responded. In the reports of yesterday's brief NT oceedlngs Jacob Newman was nam- ?i as counsel for the plaintiff and T. . Kowlette and Franklin Blen aa unsel for the defendant. Mr. Row tte could not be seen yesterday, and 10 other lawyers refused to say any- llng. AVhen Mr. Rowlett was seen In his flee at 36 Nassau street this after- on he added the following to the atement. made above: "1 am counsel for Louis Sherry, and now absolutely nothing about the se of Sherry vs. Sherry, whleh came In court to-day. Mr. Louis Sherry tin nothing wiiatever to no with it. e" very nerlous error was made when ,v name was connected with the mat- r )r- Somebody Is likely to get Into ouble aa a reeult of the reflections mi ..' 'tide o Mr. Louis Sherry's home V.'je.' Tinsel Belting, several patterns, 59o I to $1.50 a yard. Moire SIIk Belting, In the leading shades. 69o to SI a yard. Fancy Belting, all silk, 59c to 75c a yard. Silk Elastic Belting. 2 Inches wide, 50c a yard, Studded Silk Elastic black and navy. 9fic a yard. Fancy Taffeta Ribbons In Dresden and plaid effects, for sashes and bows. 73o to SI.50. 'OliTIFK'.VIiOX OK ISI,XI). House Holds Controversy Over lioen Ihiii of Torts In riiilipplnes. New Orleans, April 14. The suh mailne boat Investigation to be held here, supplemental to the In quiry by the house of representative In Washington, will Include an exam ination of telegrams and other mes sages which are believed to luivedieen sent from here or received by J. t Lake of the Lake Torpedo Boat com pany, who was recently In the city. Partly with this end In Mew, the New Orleans tnanagera of the Western Union and the Postal Telegraph coin panics will be summoned as witness es It lH not expected that they will ba at liberty to testify about he busl nrss of their respective companies, and Representative Broussard, In charge of the Investigation, has an nounced that possibly the witnesses called here, but refusing to testify, may be ordered to Washington. The reason for summoning Postmaster Woodward as a witness has not been given out. Several other witnesses will be summoned, efforts being made to-day to find them and arrange for their testimony. Taking of testimony will begin to-morrow. JtrPGES SALARIES. New York to Increase Those of I'p State Supreme Court Justices. Albany, April 14.The senate to-day passed the concurrent resolution of the assembly Judiciary committee, pro posing an amendment to the ennstltu lon which would Increase the salaries of up-State supreme court justices from $7,210 to $10,000 a year. At pres ent these Justices receive JH.flOO salary and $1,200 lnvlleu of expenses. The $10,000 salary Is Intended to be In full for all allowances. The resolution has now passed both houses, but must be passed again by the next legislature, and then approved by the people at the general election of 1909. It, does not of the governor. require the approval OVXlTY OK ABDUCTION. Litchfield, April 14 John Simmons, who has been on trial for a nuinbr of days on the charge of sbduetlon of hie child at Sharon two years ago, was found guilty by a Jury today, and a sentence of two months In Jail and a fine of $1 was Imposed. MIF, nv SALVADOR RODRIGUEZ IX TAMPA FOn TT!F, TAST 40 YKAHS. If nu are acquainted with the briiiul jim know that these BPRiir heart llin list In quality, l'rli'rs, 3 for h quarter, upward. -Albert W. Mat to on Solo Agent New Haven Count). MATTOON SEGAR STORES 808 ('Impel Street, Corner Orange, MUCH DAMAGE DONE Woodmont Suffered Considera bly aa Result of Heavy Storms During the Winter. The pa-it winter lias marie a ronshl Frame cliiiim"' along the whom Ht Woodmen!. Though the weather has been tilld vet there have been ninny very heavy southerly and easterly storms wbU Ii hnve done more dum- ako to tile l,ink.s than has heen clone for eeernl yenr. Whore the banks hine not luul ii protecting seawall the waves have rati-ii them back to the illklniicr. of (he feet anil have fie uroytd Hie grits for several feet, fur ther liy lite cult which him been thrown on It. Kven the sen walls have nut (scaped this unusual winter I'omi.,iritiiient uiihnrmeil for In many .iiu' I ivy haw been either broken up or indini.lmrt lo the terrlfte force of tli wn!er. Toe long seawall ex tending ail ntong 111' eenlral portion of Woodrtoiit. Ihoi.gli liullt of heavy mason work on a concrete foundation harked hy Tip-rap" had neveitlie.'s.s hen considerably damaged while at the breakwater a .M'Trt Ill's l'olnt blocks of stone weighing several tons have heen removed from their places, Tn those who see the pla'e only In summer It will seem surprising that such a pleasant place could he so bois terous In In winter pales. The un usual force of th.v waves, however, has not been witl-i.ut Its advantages, for a great amount of sand has been brought up on the beach, and will make the bathing much better ns heretofore ihe greatest drawback of this re.sort has been the rough, stony beach. This will aboi make boating more practical than ever before, Kvldences of life are showing In the building and repairing which Is going on as extensively as ever. Kully a third of th" cottnges this year will open the savn with a new coat of paltit, while many are added to and altered. The most extensive addition w hich Ims been innde this year Is up on the house nf J, A. Hall near An d reon avenue. This house, though already large, has been nearly doubled In slr.e, and ha hern so completely remodeled a.i to appear like a new house, Several new houses see helng built, one by Mr. Maitonn, near the post of fice. The largest and moH expensive structure Is the house which Is being put up by Mr. llohkn next to the Bonsllere hotel and back of his own house, which he erected lat year. Thl.1, be expects to rent, and he should has no trouble as It will be one of the best cot in gen In that, section of the borough. The golf links which have ahva.vs been the main feature of the summer life at Woodniopi. are now rather doubtful, as It In not yet certain whether (he present grounds can be I'liti'lned for another year. Some trouble was experienced last year In rrntlng (hem, and thl year thv owner Is still more reluclant ahnut renting them. If the present sight could not be obtained the links would be moved down past Merwln's Point on the Mil ford turnpike to a spot w hich Hie of ficers of llin club have had In mind for some j ears In case of Just such a contingency as the present one. This change would make a much larger and pretty links, but would be nearly n mile from the center of Woodmen and would not be In the borough proper at nil, A club bouse would tiave to be built. The golfers are lucky In their present site as there Is an old store on the property belonging to ex-Mayor Prlscoll, the use of which he gave the golf club. The two bote's, IhA Pembroke and the Bonfillene, will not open for some lime yet, but are being put Into shape. They will bo run by the same people as last year as Mrs. Jackson has again rented the Bonsilene, while Mr, Phillips Is the regular manager of the pemhrnke, while the Sanford bouse will be In the same hands. The Klla May will open very- soon for early boarders and roomers fine of the new features of Wood mont this season Is the sanltorlnm which was opened early last winter, and has had a large patronage, No 'healthier spot could be found In Con necticut for such an Institution, It Is In the old Bradley Bluff hotel, 011 the "bluff" fully fifty feet above the water level. The early spring has alreuily brought n few nf the cdtlegern down fnr ths summer, while lnnny hnve come tn stny ever the RaMcr vm-RUmi, work von in.ooo mi;, A eahle dispatch Peattle, April 14.- frnni Fairbanks says that at tho an nual meeting of the Mine Owners' and Operators' association heli there on Aprlv1l It was decided to Immedi ately rahle to John Ftonen, their out side representative, authorizing him to contract an additional m.nnn mfin n Seattle, at terms of fn and hoard pr clay of ten hours, to come to Fair banks upon the opening of navigation. Mrs, Edgar Somen of Cold Spring M'cet will give nn Informal tea at her home this afternoon In honor of her Bister, Mrs, Merrlmati of Minneapolis, who Is visiting here. At the home of Mrs. t'larenee Iem Ing In Bradley street, thle afternoon, the second of the piano recitals hy Mr. Arthur Whitney nf Boston will be giv en, The hour Is 3:30 o'clock, Mrs, Isaac Bromley of York square will Issue cards shortly for a dance to be given for her daughter, Mies Mary and Miss Adelaide Bromley very soon after Ranter, There was a lare attendance at the monthly meeting of the lllni ;'liy branch of the Tribune Sunshine society held yesterday afternoon at t'lly Mis sion hall. Mrs, F. JJ. Walker presid ed, and the reports of the secretary and treasurer were read and accepted, also reports of the various committees. Many Interesting facts and stories of Sunshine work were told, but one of the splendid things about the sunehln ers work Is the fact that very few of Ihe cases which they take up, are ever made public, . The work of the past year has been very gratifying to Ihe members, and the olllcers are ready to present very satlefnetory and Inter esting reports at the annual meeting which will be held on May 2. Mrs. L. A. Hotelier will open her house In Orchard street for this meeting. Be side the reading of reports, olllcers for the coming year will be elected and there will be a tea as usual. The of flierw of the society will assist Mrs. Belcher on this occasion. The annual meeting of Ihe national society will be held on May 5 at the Hotel Amor. New York city. Those who expect to attend Ihe meeting In New York should notify Mrs. W. A. liranvllle no't later than April 20, that she may make the ne cessary arrangements for their trans portation and comfort. The society have (secured a location for the "Hun shloe Closet" and all articles will he received there which are contributed for sunshine use, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of each week. The loca tion Is !M Oeorge street. A donation which was recently received by Mrs. Walker and which has given Inex pressible Joy and comfort was the huge box containing 12 trimmed hats sent by a millinery shop on Orange street. kii,i.i:i ix nrx.wv.w. Wenporl I'tirm Hand Has llenil Crushed hy Wagon Wheel. West port, April 14 James Tolash, n Pnlandcr, employed on the farm of Ar nold Schladt, of this place, was killed here today In n rum way accident. To lash was driving n pnlr rtf horses hitch ed to a heavy farm wagon, when they became frightened and started to run. Tolash was thrown nut (and a rear wheel of the wagon rnn over his head, (lushing It. lie was about thirty years old mid has a brother In this country, but whose w hereabouts are unknown. Hot Cross Buns 1 2,500 dozen piping hot from our own ovens THURSDAY and FRIDAY. The price will be 8c Dozen Place Your Orders Early. EGG SALE. "Hemlock Ridge" Farm Fresh Connecticut Eggs, 25c Dozen Fresh Western Eggs, 10c doz. S. S. ADAMS. Two Telephones, ( nil 4200 or 4201. MAIN MOItl. I OH. KT.ITK AM) ()! Il l tt l lU I I s. Ilrnneli Mores 1 3.1(1 ll'iiwml Are,, 7411 (irnml Ae., Oll Ihmnnl Ave., I filiel lun Ave., inn l.liijril St. ANNOUNCEMENT. I rtrslre lo nnnounee In the piilille thnl I 11m nun nrlln In Ihe cnpsrlly of I'nmlly llr-ireNrnlntlve In bnuaes ( iniiiirnliia during Ihe funernl perloili nllendlnn; ! Ihe iiinnr rielnlls Whleh presenl themselves at such n lltnei ren. ilerln nssUtiinee to funernl director, end representing- the fninllr nn nil ne. enslons. AtnlliMed nllh nil lending 1111 dertnkers. Mils, .1. II I. I 4M KF.WrV Telephone nl-d, MORTUARY CHAPEl. Lewis & Mayoh k's mortuary chapel is freely tendered tn those wlm, because of In sufficcnt space at their residences, or for other reasons are in need of a place where funeral services may be conducted in a quiet manner, and, if desired, perfect seclusion. DEATHS. I,OVKI,ANl! -At Cleveland, Uliln, April 15, 1o, Mrs. Caroline A. livelnnd. daughter of the late Augustus nm1 Ralieri'n H II Itrhi-nck. Burial at the F.vergreen cemetery Wednesday iiftnrnnnn, April IB, at two nVtnrk. a 15 It. FONNKNBKHt."--At A 1 1n ti Ho CMv, N. J., April 111. IDAS, MIHiin'l Hnnnenhei'K of this fit y. Funernl services will he held from Mlshksn Israel Temple, Wednesday iifiernnon at linlf-piiHt twn, nisit. ' MAYWAKH---At the resident of line daughter. SliU lUxwell avenue, Klln.i lieth, widow nf the late William Hayward, entered Into rent, April 14. Funernl from her hue vesldetve Thurs day, April 1. nt 2:30 'o'rloi'U. Friends Invited to attend. Kindly mult (hov ers, ii 15 It C'OWI,KS.--1n thli city, April 12, ls.i belle Warner Cnwles, wife of Fredei. h'k 1. Cnwles Funernl services at, the residence of Mrs. Tt. T. l.'nwles, 1H54 Chapel street, Wednesday, April IB, 2:30 p. ni. Friends nre Invited. n1,1 at Cut Flowers and Flowering Plants John N. Champion & Co. 1026 CHAI KJi ST. CANNED COR N Is one of our lenders always sent out on open orders for really (jood Corn. Since last Full, not a tin lias cone out lor less than $1.40 per dozen. One-third of our present stock on hand is today set aside and offered at Can, $ .10 D07.cn, 1.18 Case 2 doz. 2.30 When this certain quantity is rjonc, the regular price of $1.40 per dozen, 13 cent., .1 c:r., will hold until next roll. SluZ&fam&u, Honest Cigars. Nowadays are worth what they cost That does not necessarily mean that prices are high, but so many brands are not what they seem, all on account of manufacturers being caught short or amen. J no company that manu factures our Siegfried Brand In the city of Key West was well supplied when the advance In prices came; hence our offering In all shades of To box. Per box. Baronets, 00 2.25 l'atietellas, 25 2.26 Panetellas, 1,1) 4 o 0 t'oncbaii Knpeclnls, 50 S.fiO Purltanos Klno.n, f,o 4.50 Club House, 15 3.13 Perfectos, th 3.03 John (iiLBErcr Son New Arrival Gen uine Vermont Maple Syrup We have just received direct from Vermont as fine a lot of Maple Syrup as there ia in the city. Has that old-fashioned "Maple Flnvor" so rare nowa days. Those who are looking for a pure, straight maple syr up can obtain it here. Bottle $ .40 1 -Quart Tin 50 J-Gallon Tin 80 1 -Gallon Tin 1.55 Afef 71, The mil enjoyment mill lirnltliful nrsi of vi'ki tnhlcH Is In Inn ing (linn frrsli. VcRf'tHlilcs ftrc n Kprrlnltj Willi lis Itvi'he months In the year. The best iliii ninrls nffnril U lwre. Cut Mils list mt for j our order this week: Splnnrli, llHinli'llotis, Hoot Urcrim, String Unins, IIohIoii Letture, Florida ,rtuic, (rrrii Prjiix-rs, HutlioiiHf- Oirrol'i, Wnteroiess, Hwprt I'olnlops, lU'rtiiiiilu I'oliitops, Ilpriillldil Kretx, Ilcriiiiidii Inloiis, ,Siiinlsll Onions, HotlioiiHo rtii'iitnlirrs, Kliuhii rh, ToiiuitnPK, l'rpsh .MiiHliroriiiis, 1'itsIi OUrn, NMslfy. The R.H. NesbitCo. t liuroli and l.lni Klrectn. BRAWCH STORE, 27 fi Kdnp'A'uod Avenue. WOMKX AS MHUtYI.M'K. Teaohors Miikp Viiln MpsppiiI on f,cn' Islutiirp lipiiiiind I'.tpiiil I'nv, Albany, April 14. The lobbies of the asfiembly are agnln tilled with New York city women school t'-ach-ers, who are here tn agitate the "ei)unl pay" proposition, a very spirited cflnvHPS fnr the bill Is being made, and a long petition of members asking the rules committee In report. It has been framed by the visiting sHinnl teachers. But the present prospect Is that the rules committee l decline to report, as all four of the ropuMlmii mem bers, the speaker, Merrltt, Phillips und noblnson, ure ugaJnst the bill Whole Tomatoes in glass jars, Blackberry Gooseberry Green Gago Jams at 20 cents each, $2.25 per doz. Orange and Grape Fruit ) Orange Mixed Onion Cucumber Tickles, 25 cents each, $2.75 per doz. The S. W. TELETnONE 1078. r 4.-M. Fresh Vegetable. WE HAVE Asparagus, F-jnr Plant, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Radishes, Lettuce, Pweef Tolatoes, New Cnbhage, Punch Decia, Hunch Carrot, Kale and Spinach All the above sold a little, less than you will be charged elsewhere. POULTRY. , . , . . . We liave Tnrke-rs, Chickens and Xonng, Tenfles Fow , GRAPE FRUIT. 1 Iiirge Florida Grape Fruit, heary-wlth Juloe, To tttf . , KIPPERED HERRING. The Imported, pocked In Tomato Sauce, cut price lOo per an. el 7.0 cans. BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. ; D. M. WELCH & SON. Now Numbers 38-40 CONGRESS AVENUE WEST HAVEN. FAIR HAVEN, Wednesday, April IS. About Spring Broilers. We have them (plenty), the first of the season brought in alivo from neighboring farms and dressed here on the prera ises daily. You are thus assured of their being fresh and ton dcr in fact, PERFECT. L. C. Pfaff & Son, The Best Meats. 94 George St. 10 Congress Ave. Start the Smoked Shoulders 9o Sliced Ham 16o Sliced Bacon Ho Fresh Liver 5 c Sausage, 3 pounds 25c Canned Pig Tongue, lb. . . .10c SCHOENBERGER'S IS Howard Aw. 11 Shelton Afe. HART MARKET COMPANY 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 Chickens. Green Mint, New Car rots and Beets, Beet Tops, Dandelions, Green Olives. Philadelphia Capons, Chickens and Squabs. 180 Temple St. i nvr Kf.FTioxs. Th" Junior frriternltles of the ao.ad enilo ijepartmetii of Yale Inst, "iluht In itialed ciuidliliitcH from tlv nopho inm'" clnss. uf thone taken m the 1'it known n William A. Ooebel, th" fontl all uiifird and resMr, who went l.'elta Kappa Kpsllnn. I.ionald Annls, who died last week at the Yale Infirmary, had been ol not ed to 7,"t,i p a few days oeforn he was taken 111. Ifls name will ne on Ihe honorary list of 7,eta "bl ni"m vers. Kdward Kly 'urt's of New 11 l ven, who went to Beta Theta l'l, aa the only loial boy Hum-rod., 28 cents, $3.00 per doz. Marmalades, 20 cents each, $2.25 per doz, Hurlburt Co. t 1074 CHAPEL ST. M 7 end 9 CHURCH ST. Phone. 1046. 1318 and 770 State St 83 Grand Are. Week Right. Pork Chops ...12o Salt Pork 8o Navel Oranges, dozen. ... .1 So Lemons, dozen. ........ 12o Pineapples, each ..10a Eggs, warranted fresh, doz 18o 521 Elm St 150 Greenwood St KEY FITTING Gun and Locksmlthlng. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO 68 Center St., E. H. Basselt, Mgr. Strawberries. Fresh arrivals dally. Tlie quality Is iiipprlor. We rail attention to oup Million (irnpes, (lie fluent fruit of the year. Florida Navel Oranges, Jaffni, KIiirs and Tangerines. Grope Fruit ;it speclnl prices. Clearing sale of Apples all (lie good vnrlptles at les tbiin last fall's prices. Vegetables ol the rarer sorts, J. B. JUDSOIM, 856 CHAPEL ST. THE MIRROR FRUIT STORE. We Are at Work Why not let us quote you a price for cleaning house, including carpets, rugs, etc., with our Vacuum Cleaner ? Tel. 2700. Vacuum Y ', .;'