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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1908.
Thursday, lay 7. $ 708-800-S02 CHAPTX STTIF.FT. THREE POCKET f Prince Chap Suit at $19.50. is nip of t ho smartest little inllor mniln suits Unit ha been created tills ocnson. Tho Jacket Ih "Mp length," ulnKlo-brcuHtcd, doml-llltcd back, triple pocket, Hflf-oollar mill cuffs. Skirt. Is full flare, cloven-gore typo, or plaited, trimmed with six-Inch folds, iin shown in picture. Material Ik shndow-slrlpe worsteds In black, navy, brown, gray, tan, mul brrry nml Copenhagen. Mode In our own factory that's why they arc not $5.00 niorot MAKER-TO-WEARER PRICES. STORAGES We arc intents for the X. H. ( old Storage. Muffs or Scarfs, valued up to 92.YOO, Insured agulnst lire, niotli and tlieft for 50 cents. Fur and fur-lined Conts, nilnlinuni charge $2.00. HADLEY ON BERLIN President Speaks of His Recent Trip Before Modern Lan guage Club. CITY LIKE MILWAUKEE Hut Xnt on Account of Vlmt Made Milwaukee Kaninu (iernians Very Hospitable. AFTERMATH OF CONVENTION (Continued from First Pag".) latlon seemed to have boon proved. Tolland county gained strength against Instructions through, tho actl Ity over night of General Keeney of Somors, who was elected a delegate. choice was the outcome of a political confab In Xew Haven lat Thursday afternoon between several New Ha- , ven republicans and Congressman I-.Il- . ley. As a matter of fact the perplexing situation over tho candidacy of both the United States senators for dele gates would have been avoided If Mr. Kenealy last , week had been given a deflnlto answer to questions put to him as to whether ho desired to go to Chicago. He was In a peculiar po sition. A chairman of the state cen tral cor...nlttee he was not supposed to have any special ambition, and as a law partner he had to look after the interests of Mr. ftrandegee. He did not give a definite answer until ex- ' Senator Bronnan of Xew London, an- other partner of Mr. rtrandegee's, ' called up Washington and explained the problem. When the answer came back Mr. Kenealy was not to be found but about midnight word was got to mm ana uie an o The strength of the delegates for Instruction as figured by a mathema tician who had made a canvas, of the several counties over night, was as follows: All Xew Haven county, all Litchfield county, alt Fair field county, llttlo over one , half of Hartford county, one half of Tolland county, one-half of Middle sex county, less than one-half of Xew London, and the same In Windham, or about flve-elghths of the delegates. When the vote was taken In the first congressional district on tho matter of instructing and the vote stood 74 to 42, the elaborate mathematical cancu- REDSKINS IN MERIDEN Throe Hundred Cunip There nml Are Chen Freedom of the City. Moriden, May fl. The largest grout oounell In the history of the Red Men of Connecticut was held In this rl'jf tn-day, when nearly 3na chiefs nnd warriors encamped on the reservation of Montowosn tribe. Mayor TiolUy gave the redskins the freedom of the city at the opening of the morning session, and other business transacted was the reports of tho vnrlous committees, and the chiefs. A hlg l aliquot was serve 1 to the delegntes nt noon. The newly elected officers are: Croat sachem. William Miller, Bouth Xorwalk; great senior sagamore. Jacob Jacobs, Xew Haven; great Junior sagamore, X. W. Xewclty, Danbury; great chief of records, William Saunders, Xaugaturk; great keeper of wampum, C, H. Pinko, Waterlmry; great representatives (two years), F. U Trowbridge, Xew Haven; F. A. Cantwell, Innbury; great repro. sentatlve (one year), W. C. I'pson, Soutlilngton. The appointive officers are; ("treat Fanap, Percy Samson, Waterbury; great Mlshrnewa, John CM.el, Danbury; great guard of wigwam. J. E. rainier, Hart ford; great guard of forest. F. A. llarl, I.lme Rock; Past fireat Inchonee Goo. Greene of New York was the distin guished visitor of tho gathering and made a speech. President Arthur T. indley last night, In Liimpson lycoum gave a short ad dress on "The City of Merlin," under tho auspices of the Modern Language club. Thu lecture, was largely attended by both (.Indents and townspeople. President Hadley described the physi cal characteristics of the city of Herlln and gavo a detailed description of tho university section. He spoke of tho change which had been mado In the university section In tho time between his yoars ns a student there and his series of lectures delivered hint winter. In speuklng of tho city itself Presi dent Hadley said that Herlln reminded him of Milwaukee. This remark gave rise to considerable laughter, many of tho? present remembering dimly ot having seen on billboards nn assertion of what made Milwaukee famous. The lecturer quickly went on to say that the way In which Herlln resembled Milwaukee was that the city had been built In a very short time and has the characteristics ot any city which grows up rapidly. Tho lecturer spoke of the growth of tho. university during the past decade and the chnngos In the city. In speak ing of the German people President Hadley spoke of their great hospitality. D. OF L ELECTS OFFICERS Xow ITaven Members Ot Place on St (o Hoard. Xew Canaan, May 8 At. the fif teenth annual session of the state council, Daughters of Liberty, here to day, reports showed tho order in the state to consist nt 28 councils and a membership of 2,541, a net Increase, of four councils and US members, with a balnnce of sS4iMli In the treas ury. Olllcers were elected us. follows: State councillor, V. A. Chase, nt W'a terbury; associate state councillor, Sa die X. Huntington, of Xew Haven; stuto vice-councillor, Minnie Clark, of Waterbury; associate mate vice-coun cillor, Carrie Reynolds, of North Ha ven; state secretary, Mary McXnry, of Xew Hrltaln; associate state secretary, Cora H. Allen, of Hnuthlnntnn; stuto treasurer, Ablile Pitlmortoii, of Bridge port; associate state treasurer, Susie Rlsloy, of Xew Haven; slate guide, Mrs. J. H, Itogerson, of Stratford; state Inside guard, IT. W. Chine, of Waterlmry; state outside guard, George Sweet, of Danbury; represent atives, Belle Stewart, of Xew London, and Carrie Reynolds, of Xorth Haven. DEFENDS CHILDREN Gillespie's Specials AT THE DRUG COUNTER Absorbent Ciilinii, lli-rnlls, 2oi lb, Sponges, largo ones for bout use, en i'b 2.V, Old Kentucky Whiskey, 0 years old, guaranteed Mi'uight goods pint ntlc, quarts $1.00, AT THE CANDY COUNTER. Moorlco Tabids, plain, 12c II). Meni'lci" Tablet, Migitr-enulcd, l'.c II). Mary I ll.ubctli Xut TulTy, 15 and l!,"c boxes, AT THE CIGAR COUNTER Maltoon's Double llngle, 2 10 20 Lucerne 2 1020 40 Both, viz., clears, for 25c AT THE TOILET COUNTER 4illlcsplc,s Antiseptic. Solution, on llio 1. Merino order, I-117,. bottle 20c, HI-OA. bottle 50c. Gillespie's Drug Store 744 CHAPEL STREET. Telephone 0(1.1-1, . Charles H. Rowland Says They Should bo Allowed to Skate on Rollers on Sidewalks. EYES ON HARTFORD Politicians Watching for Chance to Go to Legislature Fight in Twelfth District. ITALIAN' MV TMVOVI.Tt. CARPETS CLEANED Cleaning Ingrains 4c per yd Cleaning Brussels 4c per yd Cleaning Axmlnsters. . . flcperyd Cleaning Wiltons flcperyd Washing, extra to above. 10c per yd CARTAGE FREE. ;We attend to every detail of the carpet-cleaning business. We will take up, clean, renovate, repair, make 'over and relay your carpets, with no charge for cart age. Let 118 give you an estimate on your work. Estimates free. Angolo's Assailant Held for Awiull With Intent to Kill. At the New Haven hospital last nlirht the condition of Angelo Zamhrano, the Italian who was stabbed In the Kast street affray late Tuesday night, was I reported Improving, and It Is believed that he might recover from the would I serious as It Is. His assailant, who I gavo his name as Haly Kelly at flr.t, j but whose real name appears to bo Fai ; vatore ('onto, Is held on a charge, nf ! assault with Intent to kill, a warrant ' to that effect being made out last nlifhl. The two girls who are supposed to I have been the underlying cause of the , trouble wore arrested yesterday after 1 noon. They are Rose Barnes, aged i thirteen, and Lillian Barnes, aged flf i teen. Ksich Is held on an liidustrl,il j school complaint. MERGER PROVISIONS (Continued from First Page.) 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT on all odd lots of from 1 to 3 pairs of lace curtains, coverlnp Cltmya, Marie Antoinette, Irish Point, Real Arab, etc., etc. 40 per cent. Discount on Entire Stock of Smyrna and Wilton Runners. A wonderful offer. We wnni to close every one out, as In fu ture we shall carry Axmlnster Runners only. At this great cut in price, none will bn sent on ap proval. NEXT CONVENTION HERE September Stute Meeting; of Republi cans to Ho Held nt Hyperion. Xew Haven, It appears, Is to have the next republican convention for the i nomination of candidates for state of fices, according to the action of the state central committee at Hartford yesterday. At the meeting for organ ization, which followed the conven tion, Chairman Kenealy was Instruct ed to engage the Hyperion theater for .September 8 and 0, with the Intent, no doubt, that the state convention should he held here and on those dates. According to republican custom, the conventions are divided between thin (ity and Hartford. Hartford haa Just had Its turn, so it's Xew Haven next. Following the holding of the state convention for the nomination of dele, gates to the national convention the petty differences about the state are already beginning to crop out. While the democrats are still excited over their recent elections tho republicans are Just now getting In. In the city here the party ha It all figured out as usual and the party's figuring will without doubt be satisfactory to the greatest number and go through with out a murmur. outside however, It Is different. In tho Twelfth senatorial district (Bob Katon's own) there may be a scrap 'According to program Judge Harry W. Poollttle of Branford is the noni Inee and from those who know, deserv Ingly so. But then Frank Stiles of North Haven wants to gi to Hartford and Is willing to bu-k up against the Judge. Judge Doollttle on his part 1b willing to let him Inasmuch 8s he was drawn Into the game and the first ink ling he had of what he was up against was when last Saturday he was made chairman of the district convention Held In tills rlty. He presided at that time and afterward It was put up to him. He will stand for the nomina tion his friends declare but wont fight for It as his private business is such that ho doesn't caro for the placq one way or the other. Ho Is associated with Professor fjoorge E. neers in the practice of law with offices In the First National Punk building In this city and when asked last night, about bis stand said he would have to look it over. HONOR F,l MR. UYDF.n. to STUDY MRS. EDDY'S WORKS It's the drudgery of kitchen work that wears women out. Aii in'.. 3 New Course in the Ynlo Theological Seminary XcU Year. A decided Innovation Is mado In the list of courses for the comlntr vear in the Yale thdVloglcal seminary. Am brose White Vernon, the dean and the pastor of the college church, will de liver a series of lectures on "Chris tian and Current Day Views." in the course the works of Emerson, Huxley, Maeterlinck, Felix Adler and Mnry Baker Eddy will be studied. Herbert II. Ilenson, the canon of Westminster, London, Is announced as the Lyman Hcecher lecturer for next year. George Angler Gordon, l).l), of Boston, Ih to lie the N. W. Tuylor lecturer of doctrinal theology, und Harry E., Peabody of Hartford is, to be. the alumni lecturer. Hopkins (rndiintc.t (Hf Dinner Former Instructor. Surrounded by over forty of bis former pupils who are now pursuing courses cif study In Yale, Jajties R Ryder, the much beloved teacher of mathematics for many yearn In the Hopkins grammar school, la.-.t night lived over some of the humorous In cidents tha' enme up during his long period of teaching there. The occasion was tho annual ban quet of the Yale-Hopkins club and tho veteran scholar waa the guest of honor. The lower floor of the Ton tine hotel wa.s well filled and Land lord White did himself proud for the banquet bo served was enthuplastlcal Iv spoken of by all present. Mr. Ryder, who made the principal address, In the course of his remarks told how he happened to be called to Hopkins In 1117 by Mr. Johnston, at that time rectori of the old school Since that time he had served the In stitution faithfully until Inst year when, on account of his advanced age, he was forced to retire from ac tlve diilv. During this long term of Instruction he had taught the fa (hers of many of the present, members of the school. At. the conclusion of his speech he was given an enthnslas lie reception bv the Yale men, all of whom spolte plainly of the high es teem in which he is held. The rector of the school, A. R. Wood ford, spoke on the subject, "Hopkins Present nnd Future." Following the banquet the following officers were elected for the coming year: Freshlent, J. F, Williams, '09 treasurer, Richard C. Sargent, '11, 'n this city; secretary, H. II. Hnmpson, ( member of the school faculty. BISHOP BRENT SELECTED "McDougall" Kitchen Cablnctn $20.70 to $10.00. THE CO. CHAMBERLAIN Crown ano Orange fit. "Corner.' Head of I'plscopnl Church in Philip pines Succeeds S.'ittorlee. Washington, May (!. Bishop Charles X. Brent, Episcopal bishop of the Philippines, was tn-day elected bishop of the diocese of Washington to succeed the late Rt. Rev. Henry Y. Satterlee, Boston, May !. Rt. Rev. Charles Henry Brent. D.I)., blshop-clert of Washington, resided in this .-Ity for I for ninny years until IDOL1, the year he was consecrated bishop of the I Philippines. Bishop Brent wis born in Newcastle, ont., April it, lS'jJ, and was graduated from the Unlwrslty of I Toronto, lu 1864. BAN ON OPIUM Hrltlsh House of Commons Votes for Abolition of Protected Urns. London, May fi. The house of com mons to-night unanimously adopted a resolution urging that steps be t'iken for the speedy abolition of the sys tem of licensing opium dens In crown colonics, particular In I long Kong, the SI falls Settlements and Oylon. During the course of the debut'1 J. 10. B. Seelcy, the newly appointed tm-der-Kecretury for the colonies, said that measures would be taken to com ply with the terms of the resolution, In which tho government acquiesced readily because It considered that the lime was ripe lo lake a decisive :tep forward In this matter, as an exam ple anil aid to China ns well as In be half of tho welfare uf his own fellow aulijccta. To the Editor ot the Journal-Courier. Dear sir:The recent complaint of residents In the northern section of our city about the children using the sidewalk and asphalt for roller skat ing, und Chief Cowhs' ordinance concerning the prohibition of the use of the same on the j-ldowalks and street.s of the city and public, squares, leads me to write the following: What shall be done with our boys and girls! What are they good for, anyway! President Roosevelt severely con demns race suicide, but there are more causes of deaths than that he refers to. The prevention of proper exorcise will, and Is doing It, not only here In Xew Haven, but In all l uge cities.. The law compels them to at tend school for about tlve 11011 r a day with teachers who expect them to give close attention to their work, and that draws severely upon the children's vital forces. Tho family physician savs the chil dren need plenty of wholesome, ac tive exercltie In the open a!r. If they remain In the house their deli cate bodies become weak, anaemic and nervous, and much los able to resist the attacks of various diseases. If they go out and sit on the steps to get tho ulr they take cold. If they attempt to play well, they must not, for they will disturb some one, If the boys go to an open lot, a police man Is telephoned for and they ore driven off. If they try the streets the policeman silences any noise or attempt at play. There seemed to be left for them nothing but the side walks for roller skating, a good sport and healthy exercise. One would think no person who had been a boy or girl once could for a moment object to the noise In cident to roller skating and the voices of laughter and fun for an hour or two after school Electric cars, trucks and other vehicles make much more, noise. The building of houses Is tit" cause or plenty of noire, hut all those have to tie endured. There are always some Inconveniences we must put up with, nnd for tho health of our boy and girls, why not allow them the use of the asphalt streets and the sidewalks for their dally exercises in the open air? These boys and girls are to be the fathers and mothers of future gener ations, nnd therefore we ought not to deny them this opportunity to gain healthv bodies. If they are not allow ed the use of the streets or vacant lots where shall they go? Automobiles, even though they malm and. kill, have come to stay, and Chief Cowles and others recognize the necessity of reg ulating their speed, and perhaps as sinning them certain streets, but the hlldren, It seems, are not even to lie allowed regulation, only prohibition. Saloons, with all their evil, are con sidered worthy of regulation, but the delicate bodies and brains of our boys an1 girls, seeking such exercise as they can got on the streets, are to have only prohibition for their con sideration, If Chief Cowles' ordinance passes, Tho chief's prepared ordinance to prohibit, ndler skating on the streets and sidewalks and public squares will ho the final for their open air exor cises. There we have It. from head quarters. The children must not be allowed within city limits to do any thing except walk quietly on tho side walks and In tho parks. I make this appeal In behalf of our boys and girls. if this ordinance Is passed, men let our cltv fathers provide them places convenient f or every section .if the city for good and healthy exer cises of various kinds. Edgewood park furnishes a. partla' playground for the western sect lor with swings nnd teeters. Thai In c good beginning. The Iw.sebnll gr.iund there Is too muddy nnd Is barcpen"1 with such rubs thnt. the hoys have largely given it up. If the city fa then, prohibit the use of roller skate en the streets nnd sidewalks nf the city and public squares, I would suggest that a len-fnot asphalt pavement be constructed on one or more sides of certain public squares to he used ex clusively for the boys and girls. The health and happiness nf our children should he well considered before they are denied nearly all right ot exer cise In the open all4. Many children are too sni-ill to be allowed out of sight of their mothers; these certain ly ought, to he allowed the use of the sidewalks for , roller skating and 1 r 1 - cycles. Respectfully yours, I CHAS. It. HOWIjAND. Its acceptance, by the Xew Haven roud at any tlino within 90 days ot its pass-ago. TUTTLE FAVORS MERGER President of Iloslou and Maine Ad drcsscH 1.4-gMtitltc Committee. Boston, May 6. President Lucius Tuttle of the Boston &. Maine railroad today addressed tho leghdntive com mittee on rallfo.ids nt considerable btigth, hi advocacy of the proposed merger of the Boston & Maine with the New York, 'Xew Haven & Hartford railroad. Ha recommended cotirollda tlon of tho two railroads along tho fol lowing lines: That the New Haven m:iy lawfully hold the shares of Boston & Maine now In Its possession, without limitations that It shall not secure additional shares except In exercise of its rights n.s a stockholder, without specific leg Islatlvo authority; that Its holdings shall he recorded in its own name and no portion sold or transferred to any one else without tho consent of the railroad com nlsslon of Mnsvachupctts after n public homing; that tho cor pornte officers and a majority of the directors of the Boston & Maine shall be actual residents of the state by which It l chart -red and Its principal office he maintained In Boston. THURSDAY BOOTS. Women's Kid Button and Lace Boots, High Heels, Lowj Heels, Narrow ToesMedium Toes, Broad Toes, at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 $5.00 $5.50 and $6.00 LOW SHOES. Women's Oxfords, Pumps, Colonials and Ribbon Ties, id Patent Colt, Russia Calf, Gun Metal, Tan and Black Vici Kid, at $2.00, $2.25, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 $4.00. JULIETS. Vici Kid Juliets $2.50 Vici Kid Juliets... $2.2 Vici Kid Juliets , $1.5C Vici Kid Juliets (Rubber Heels) $1.5C ONLY GOOD SHOES. 6 . lei Men is Mn 842 and 846 Chapel Street 44 Modern Decorating WOMEN MINSTRELS Pleasing Entertainment Given by West Haveners in Town Hall Last Night. A good fixed audience viewed the first production of "He Colored 400" lady minstrels given In the town hall, West Haven, last evening, under aus pices of Savin llock council, Xo. IOCS, Koyal Arcanum. Miss K. Mao Smith was director of the affair. The dusky face musical aJtlsU are well known ladies of the borough; Miss Anna Pierce, Miss Marguerite (irnham, Mrs. Thompson, Mhs K. Mac .smith, Mrs. l.everctt Goodyear, MIls Lena lHckerman, .Mrs. r'rank Bradley, Mla Itutli I.nngdon, Miss diet,! Bailey, .Mis .Minnie Smith, Mra. ('. K. Graham, Miss Klb n Crane, Mrs. clarence K. Thompson, jr., Mrs. Ed ward I.ettm y. Miss .Mela Savage, Mrs. Wilbur I'.ronson Warner, .Mra. r.. Stark Thomas, Miss Bertha Warner, Mrs. f;. I.. Idckormnn, Miss Susie Kumer, and Mif-s Julia Mylcs Tyrell. When tluy appear on tho stage, how ever, the burnt cork so completely disguises them that It would hnvo ta ken Sherlock Holmes instead -f their friends to Identify them. The singing was good, and each sooint was called back to the atiigo hv the audience. The feature of tho olio was well executed. .Itilla Mylcs Tyrell this city, made a decided hit with her bone solo. She replied to two encores. Master Kobert P'irm alee in a vocal solo, '".Mid the Snowy Fields of Cotton," was also very phasing. PENNSYLVANIA AND BRYAN Figures Do Not l,lc, But Anti-Bryanltc Su.vs HW Boomers Io. Harrlsbiirg, Pa., May 6. -Seven Pennsylvania, (llatrirt delegates were In conference hero to-nay wrn tour teen members of the executive com mittee of the Bryan league of Pennsyl vania, and to-night .ere C. Black, president of the league, Issued a state ment claiming Mr. Bryan would re icive I lie support of fifty-two delegates from this state and that they would routrni the state convention. Secretary .Mock ot too uemocr'itic, state 'committee, also Issued a, state ment to-night In which he said tho ilnlm Is excessive by forty votes anil that h resolution seeking to Instruct the Pennsylvania delegation would bo defeated in convention by more than three to one. Colls for original and individual treatment. . Don't be. satisfied with the commonplace, when you can have your decorating done in a manner expressive of your own ideal decorating different from your neighbors, unique and artistic, and at practically the same cost. We'd be pleased to have you consult us. 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