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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1008.
Friday, May mi why tlipy nre not $5.00 more! MAKER. TO-WEARER PRICES. RTOTIAGF,: We nro ngents for the X. H. 'old Storage. Muffs or Scarfs, viihird up to $25.00, Insured ugnlnst fire, ntoth nnd theft for 50 cents. Fur nnd fur-lined fonts, inlnliiiiim clinrgo $2,00. S. C. LOOMIS NEW S. A. R. PRESIDENT (Continued from First rage.) upon him by making him Its heart. Ha spoke of his great Interest In tho society and In Its work. The mem bership, ho said, must ho Increased. He then spoke, of the necessity of put ting the records of the society nnd the early records of the revolution, the details of Xev Haven's Interest In which have been carefully collected, in permanent form. Tho facts, he said, have been recorded, hut the ric tails which are really Important nnd interesting, will bo lost unless some thing Is done. General Ford closed the meeting by speaking of the necessity of a larger membership. Tho society, he said, added very few to Its ranks. In the past year in Connecticut only twenty three new members Joined and many were lost by removal or death. Hn said that an appeal to tho younger men was necessary and hoped that an effort would be made to get young er men Into tho organization. Tho following five members have been lost to the New Haven branch by death during the past year: F. H. Cowwswell, E. B. Dibble, S. P. Thompson, C. S. Fowler and W. E. Ford. I PERUVTAX RFTtEIiS IX JAIL. Lima,. Peru, May 7. Aa an out come of Its Investigation of tho recent futile revolutionary movement yester day caused to be arrested and has turned over for trial by a military court, ten of the leading men In the democratic and liberal parties. CARPETS CLEANED Cleaning Ingrains 4eperyd Cleaning Brussels 4c per yd Cleaning Axmlnsters . . . ficperyd Cleaning Wiltons flcperyd Washing, extra to above lOoperyd CARTAGE FREE. We attend to every detail of the carpet-cleaning business We will take up, clean, renovate, repair,1 make over and relay your carpets, with no charge for cart age. Let us give you on estimate on your work. Estimates free. 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT on all odd lots of from 1 to 3 pairs of lace curtains, covering Clunys, Marie Antoinette, Irish Point, Real Arab, etc., etc. 40 per cent. Discount on Entire Stock of Smyrna ' and Wilton Runners. A wonderful offer. AVe want to close every one out, as In fu ture we shall carry AJtmlnstor Runners only. At this great cut In price none will ho sent on ap proval. It's tho drudgery' "f kitchen work that wears women out. .A "McDougall" Kitchen Cabinets, 1 $2..0 to ' 910.00. 1 THE CO. I CHAMBERLAIN Crown ano Ornngo St. "Corner." 8, 1908. rJ 708.800-802 CIIArKfi STTIF,F.T. THREE POCKET Prince Chap Suit at $19.50. l.i mm nf (ho smartest little tailor made suits Hint hits been created (Ills sra.son. Tho Jacket, N "hip length," shiple-brcasted, dcml-flltcd buck, triple pocket, self-collar and cuffs. Skirt Is full flare, cloven-gore typo, or plaited, trimmed with Mix-Inch folds, us shown In plcturo. Material Is shadow-stripe worsteds In Iilnck, nnry, brown, gray, tan, mul berry and Copenhagen. Made In our own factory Hint's MORSE WINS AGAIN righting linnkcr Gets Control of Assets of ttankrupt Coniivmy. Now York.May 7. Charles W. Morse, who recently made a settlement with Charles A. Ilauna, receiver of the Na tional Bank of North America, won an other point today in his effort to re habilitate his depleted fortune when he obtained control of the assets of the bankrupt Mercedo Import company. Mr. iMorso was the hooker of this com pany which fslled two months ago with liabilities of more than $150,000. A keen fight for tho election of the trustees In bankruptcy was waged be tween John S. Davenport, tho present receiver and Mr. Morse mid his friends, who controlled more than M per cent, of tho claims against the company. The meeting of creditors was a slormy one, but the Morso candidate for trustee was finally elected. The trusteo will now take over the nsscts from the r--ceiver and wind up thn affairs of the company. TRY PRINCE FOR PERJURY Two Witnesses Contradict 7,u Fnlen burg's Testimony In Harden Trial. Berlin, May 7. Prince Philip Zu Eulenburg, around whose Yastlo at I.lenrnberg, a picket of police has been posted the past week or more to prevent his leaving the country, was confronted to-day by two wit nesses, who' testified at the Harden trial at Munich on March 22 that the prince had been guilty of abomin able and Illicit, relations with them twenty-fivo years ago. As the prince in the second Harden trial at Merlin swore to his complete innocence of the practices Insinuated by Harden in articles In Pie Zuknnft of which he Is editor, the present, action against him Is based upon the charge of perjury. According to the Lokal Anzelger, the prince reiterated tho oath assev erating that he did not. know the two witnesses. These, however, gave tes timony of such a character that the examining Judge Informed the prince that he wa.s compelled to believe them. CRIME RAMIFICATIONS Indiana Pnrm Mystery Clenrcd by New Dvldonoc. I,aporte, Ind., May 7. Postpone ment of grand Jury action In the case against Hoy Lamphcre, accused of first degree murder relative to tho burning of Mrs. Rella Culnness and her three children here, April 28, was decided upon to-night at a conference of officials of Lapoite county. The action was taken on the advice of c. J. Smith, a Chicago detective, who was called here by the local 'authori ties to aid them In solving the mystery of the nine bodies dug up on tho Guinness farm this week. While Ralph N. Smith, prosecutor of the county, had announced In the after noon that ho was ready to proceed be fore the grand jury which had been scheduled to meet next Monday, new evidence unearthed to-day led to a change of plans. Prosecutor Smith said that tho post ponement of grand Jury action was not duo to discovered weakness In the case of tho state. "We will produce witnesses to prove that Lamphcre was seen arou.id the I Outness house before thn (Ire broke ! out and that ho was seen running j away later. Wo shall also prove that 1 tire was set to the place in revenge for actions taken against him by the ! woman, after they had fallen out and '. that this disagreement whs due to a Quarrel over the murder of Hulgelcln, in which crime Lamphcre was impli cated, according to our evidence." THAT $29,000,000 FINE Standard Oil Heglus New Avoid Payment. Fight to Chicago, May 7. The Standard Oil Co. of Indiana to-day commenced a new fight to escape the payment of $2',i,i4),- 000 fins levied by Judge Lund Is In the I United States district court. Attor neys for the company appeared heftier ! the United States district court of ap ! peals to aifiue from tho Judgment of i the lower 'court. The hearing consum ed the sMitcr part of the day. OAS MKTKKK TOO STRIOMOIS. New York, May 7. For the month of April, according to tho report of the public service commission Issued to-day, 7, 488 new gas motors wore tested, and 22,(4) repaired und re newed. Six hundred and ll'ly-ono were tested on complaints from con sumers, making a total of 30,779, ot the "complaint meters," as they aro called, 7G were found correct, u(Jl fust, and Hi uluw. LETTERS FROM SPAIN Old Trick Being Tried on Prom incnt Men by Madrid Gang. FORTUNE IS PROMISED Writer in Prison Offers $100,000 the Mun Who Will Free Him. to More letters from Spain. Again tho "M gag from Sunny Madrid has ap peared in town nnd a number of citi zens have received almost Identical letters announcing that nil they hud to do was to conio to that city, pass through tho famous, Portal of tho Sun, get tho writer of the letter out of pris on, Incidentally paying a certain sum of money to gain his freedom und com panionship und then share with him a third part of some 1,600,000 francs which he claims to have safely stored. In peculiar places, Dr. P. O. Wllmot, tho well-known Elm street dentist, Ed ward Osborn, a prominent member of tho Now Haven Yacht club, and MI chaet Ahern, a retired member of tho local police force, have all received these letters In the last few days. The writer represents that ho Is In prison In Madrid and on account of being In prison Is unable to get possession of liis baggage which Is held by railway olllelals. in this baggago Is supposed to bo the great sum of money equivalent to over $300,000. All that Is necessary to get tho third share of this, (.It you swallow the news of tho letter) Is to come personally to Madrid and pay the charge to get the writer, a bankrupt, out of custody, and enable him to get possession of his lost riches. , The letters are signed R. de A., whlell may mean something to somebody who has gold dust dreams. Correspondence with a supposed servant by cable only Is Invited nnd to differentiate the dif ferent victims hoped to be secured by tiie writer ne nsKs that each sign a different name, such ns "Louis" nnd "Marie," to his cablegram. It Is nn old game and It seems hardly likely thnt anyone In this oily will rend It with more than an lnduluent smile. The need of writing to unknown persons, called in the letters persons known only by reference, half a world away Is enough to "make the Judicious grieve" and even the most credulous to feel shoot ing pains In their Intellectual bumps. Madrid seems to be the headquarters for a group of confidence men who are weak In the pnnie If they think they can catch Anierlcnns with such under fed bait as this. PRESIDENT IN VIRGINIA With His Fnmlly nnd John Burroughs nt Pine Knot, North Onrden, Va May ".President and Mrs. Roosevelt nnd their guest, Mr. Jnhn Burroughs, arrived at Pine Knot from Washington nt 5 o'clock this afternoon, after two hours de lightful drive In the bright sunshine. What little baggage the party had was taken along In the hnek which convey. ed the psrty across the mountains. Assistant Serr-'tary Mayhew nnd -ecret Service fluard Soan nre nt North Onrden, where they will make their headquarters. They can be reached by telephone from Pine Knot The president seemed greatly pleased at me nearly manner in wnirn he was greeted by t'nlverslty of Virginia students. After his brief talk the stud ents gave the college yell with "Ted dy" attached. TAFT OTTS WYOMING. State Convention Instruct!! Pdogntes to Vote Tor Hint. Lander, Wye, May ".- Wyoming re publicans In state convention today nominated Frank W. Mondell for re election to congress nnd Instructed del egatefl to the national convention to vote for William H. Taft. Senators Clark, Warren, Congressman Mondell, fiov. Brocks, (i. W, Hnrkhnuser nnd II S. nidjjely were chosen delegates. JACK TARS CAPTURE 'FRISCO largest Armed Force American Navy Hns Fvor Put Ashore. San Francisco, Cal,, May 7. Fight thousand bluejackets and marines the largest armed force the American navy has ever put nshore In .time of peace, or war, were landed to-day from the combined Atlnntle-l'aolflo Heels, now lying in the harbor, and marched through the streets if San Frnnnclsco in die most notable parade the city has ever known. For four miles and a half along the streets, lined and cannopled with colors nnd before an enormous crowd, the fight ing men of the fleets made their way to the martial tunes of their ship mates bands, and to the cheers that began with the first command to march until the sallormen had ngalo embarked In their boats and returned to the battleships and armored cruls crs In the roadstead. Twenty five hundred soldiers of the regular army acted ns an escort to the vlsl tors nnd were liberally applauded. LILLEY LEADS THEM ALL Congressman Heads Ornnd March at Pull (.hen In Ills Honor Mcrlden, May 7. Congressman (ieorge 1,, LI I ley was the guest of honor at a reception and mllltury ball given thl evening by Com puny L, Sec mid Infantry, (J. S. ;., at tho town hall- Prominent officers of the Con nectlcut national (ttuird wcro among tho Invited guests, and the gathering was distinctly military, there being nearly 160 officers and enlisted men present in full dress uniform. The militiamen, citizens and their ladles hud tlie opportunity of meeting Con gressman Lllley during the reception hour, between S and 9 o'clock, Und the congressman was assisted lu re ceiving by Chairman Francis Steven son, Major V. II. Lyon, Mayor Uellly und other prominent citizens. Con gressman Lllley and Mrs. Joseph lie Canllllnri led the grand march, In which nearly a hundred couples par ticipated. A competitive drill was presented by Company L. OA3rrom.iA. fj..., ,ila ff I MO MIIU 1UU Hiivu smuts BUUU Blguature ot tut. HUSH MONEY FROM HEINZE Monlnim Lawyer Dcmnndcd $10,000 as Price of Immunity, New York, May 7 Edward E. Brcnnan, u lawyer of Unite, Mont., was arrested In the oillce of V. Augus tus Ilelnzo late this afternoon charged with attempting to extort $40,000 from Mr, Heln.e, Urennan Is thirty-one years old nnd his people are said to bo prominent residents of Indianapolis, Ind. When ho was arraigned lu tho Tombs police court Immediately after his arrest ho. was held for forty-eight hours for further examination. According to a detective of tho dis trict attorney's office who miido tho arrest, Hrennnn came to New York several days ago, after having been In communication with I lelnno for some time. Tho complaint which led to Brennan's arrest was inndo by Holnzo at tho district attorney's ofllco yesterday. Ho said that an attempt was being made to extort money from him; that Brennan told him that hn (Helu,0) had violated tho laws of Montana In some of his copper trans actions there, and that Hrennun threatened to prosecute ilolnze If he was not paid $40,000. APPEAL TO TAFT Puiininen Wnnl Secretary to Sec Thai Their 'Flections Are Fair. Panama, Ivlny 7, Secretary Taft Ins been asked by prominent members nf the different political parties to endeav or to obtain from the ranama govern ment positive assurances that at the next presidential election there will hn an honest count at the polls. The secretary held a conference wllh President Amndur tills morning, at which, It Is understood, the enllro po lltlcal situation was discussed. In the afternoon the national directory of the liberal party held a lenthy conference with Mr. Taft. Prominent constitution als supporting Senor Obnldla has sub mitted U Mr. Taft written expositions, giving their reasons why they fear the next elections In Panama will not be coiuluVted ns they should In a republic. SKFI.FTON HIM, HFPOHTFD. Postofllce Appropriations Carry Subsi dy lrovlMlou. Wnshlngton, May 7. Just before ad journment of tho senate today, Mr. Penrose reported the postofllce appro priation bill In skcl-ton form. It Is hoped to get the report nnd bill to the government printing office and to have It returned some time tomorrow. The senate committee adopted the (ial- Ilnger ocean mnll subvention bill as an amendment, adding It to the postofllce hill In the form In which It was passed by the senate. It authorized the postmnster-general to pay for ocean mall service In vessels of the second class on routes to South America, the Philippines, Japan, China and Australia, the same rite now ap plicable to vessels of the first class nnd for service on vessels of the third class, tho rnto applicable under exjstlng law for vessels of the second class. rsrc op nnrrrS ifcui:asio. Prof. Shoemaker Tells Therapeutics Environment Is tlm Tiling. Philadelphia, Ta., May 7. The the ories advocated by Rev. fpr. El wood Worcester, of Boston, In the treatment of mental and nervous disorders were strongly advocated here today by Prof. John V. Shoemaker, who Is president of the society, declared that environ ment has a fnr-reschlng nnd Important Influences In therapeutics and that the tendency to use drugs In decreasing. Referring to the methods of tre-itlng persons suffering from nervous nnd mental disorders ns advocated by Rev. Pr. Worcester, Prof. Shoemaker said that the philosophy of bis movement chiefly Involves the recognition of (he physical nnd moral environment of th patient. The success depends upon de termining the discordant factor and overcoming or Ignoring It. 2r.0,000 SPXt RITfF.S C.OK. Coster Receiver Porlnrr They Have Mpcn HjXHrthcrntrd. New York, May 7, Investigation of the affairs of Coster, Knapp Co., by the receiver has disclosed the fact that about $2Sn,ona of securities, belonging to customers, which were owned outright by them have been hypothecated. Louis Werner, the recelvr, In nuthorlty for the statement thnt the securities which ought to hnve been In the strong boxes of the firm nnd been taken nnd pledged as collateral fop margins with members nf the stock exchange, Mr. Coster re centyl committed suicide. TRINITY'S XKW IVY ISOATU). j Hartford, May 7. Tho following j members of the sophomore class of j Trinity college were today elected I members of the Ivy board which will i have In charge tho publication of the j "Ivy," tho college year book: Editor- j In chief, R. I,. Wright, 3rd, of l'hlla- I delphln; business manager, Joseph droves, Poughkeepsle, N. V.; associate editors, B. F, Turner, ( llastonbury, Conn., F. B. Clark, Rosebud, South Dakota, O, W. E. Draper, Brooklyn, N. Y., ,1., R. Cook, Centervllle, ,Md R. . Merrill, Plttsfleld, Mass., and A. M. Smith, Berlin, N. II. MAIMC AM. MM MF.KT. New York, May 7. Tho annual meellng of the Maine society of New York, with some T.'i members present, was held nt. the Hotel Astor tonight. The society Is composed of former res idents of the state of Maine. A short business meeting nt which trustees were chosen, was followed by an enter tainment, supper nnd dancing. There were no speeches. The trustees chos en were; Dr. J. S. Ferguson, A. It. Rlckmore, William K. Pulslfer. Frank S. Yolnian and Charles 1L Kllunurne. WltF.CK OX RONTON AM) MYIMI. Albany, N. Y., May 7. In a collision between a Delaware and Hudson extra train nnd a light, engine on a spur of the Hosfon nnd Maine railroad north .if Mechnnlcvllle to-day, six meniiiers iff the train crew were Injured, and belli eiiKlnen and nbrc.it twenty-five freight cars were badly damaged. None of those Injured tire In a serious condi tion. MISS HINCIIAM IlKNTINO WKLL. New York, May 7. Amelia. Hlng hain, the actress, who was operated on to-day for local peritonitis, by Mr. Clll Wylle, at his private hospital on West. 43d street, was resting eoin fortubly at the same place to-nUilit. She. was said not to bo in a critical condition. Gillespie's Specials AT THE DRUC COUNTER Absorbent Cotton, Ih-rollx, -."e 11), Sponges, largo ones for bout use, cncli 2"c, Old Kentucky Whiskey, fl years old, giiiii'jiiilci'if hiruljjil goods, pints fiOc, quarts $1,00. AT THE CANDY COUNTER Licorice Tablets plain, 12c lb. Mcoilcc Tabids, stignr-coatcil, 12c lb. Mary Fll.abcth Nut Taffy, 15 and lICu! boxes. AT THE CIGAR COUNTER Muttoon's Double Fugle, 2 10 20 Lucerne 2 1020 10 Hoth, vl.., 1 cigars, for 25c AT THE TOILET COUNTER (;illi'splc's AntlHcptlo Solution, on Clio Llstcrliie order, l-oas. bottle 20c, Kl-o.. bottle 50c. Gillespie's Drug Slore 744 CHAPEL STREET. Telephone Gll-1. REMARRIAGE A CURSE Suy Fplscopul Church Clubs Xow Hrltnlncr Fleeted lo Ollicc. ' St. Louis, Mo., May 7. The final session of the sixteenth annual national conference of Episcopal church clubs of tho United States was held to-day. A number of addresses were- made. Divorce nnd remarriage were con demned as "'the curse of the country." Tho following oiflcirs were elected: 1'ivsldent, Hubert H. Oardlner of Gar diner, Maine; vice-presidents, Alexan der M. Pavls of St. I.ouls, Kdward T. Itoblnson of Cleveland, Ohio, and f!ol- ton Smith of Memphis, Tenn.; secre tary und treasurer, Charles F. Chase of .N'i'w Britain, Conn. The conven tion next 5 car will be held in New York. COCKKAX DIXFS CAHDIXAI,. Men In Church and (iovcrnmciil, .Meet tho I'rlomtc of All Ireland. Washington, May 7. Representative rtoiirke Cn 'kran of N w York entertain ed a notable party at dinner nt his res idence hero to-day. The guest of hon or was Cnnlinal Ixigiie, the primate of all Ireland, and those invited to meet bis eminence were distinguished Ito- mnn Catholic prelates and prominent public men. The guests Included Car dinal Cllihons of Kittltnote; V;r. Fal conlo. tlie apostolic rieleirate In Wash ington; Archbishop Knrley of New York; Illshop o'Conneli, rector of tho Catholic university! Speaker Cnnnon Justice White and McKenin of the su preme court of the Culled States; At torney rieneral Homiparte, Senator For nker, Sennlor Aldrlch and Richard Harding Pavls. A vilt was paid by the cardinal nnd several other prelates to Mount Vernon, where his eminence placed a wreath on the tonih of ficorrre Washington. if F Mass of Itching, Burning Humor on Ankles- Feet Fearfully Swollen Opiates Alone Brought Sleep Many Treatments Failed but TORTURES OF ECZEMA YIELDED TO CUTICURA "Olfioura Remedies are all yon clnlm them to le. I had e.oma for over two yearn. I had two physicians, but they only gave m relief for a short timo and I canii"t enumeinte the ointments and lot.lotiH I used to no purpose. My ankles were one mass of sores. Tha Itching nnd burning were so Intense that! I could not sleep. I could not walk for nearly four months. Onn )ny my husband said I had better try the Cuti cura Remedies. After using them thren times. I had the best night's rest. In months unless I took nn npwt. I used one pet, of Cuticura Sonp, Cutieuia Ointment, snd Cuticura Resolvent Pills, and inv srikles healed in a short time. It is now a year since I used Cutl- , cura, and thoro has lieen no return of j the eczema. ' "I had asmnll lump In tho corner of I my eve for over a yesr which was very I painful and got, larger nil the time. I , thmiRlit I would try Cuticura Soap and I Ointment on it, and now It Is gone. I j nrn event,y-thren years old and hav lived on tha farm I now occupy for twenty seven years. Cuticura Jienie- j dies are the safest and most reliable I have ever used for all skin humors. Mrs, David Brown, Locke, Crawford Co Ark., May 18 and July 13, 1007." DISFIGURED For Life Is the Despairing Cry of T housands Of fkln-tortnred and disfigured vlo tims of humors, eczemas, tet.tors, and rnshes, who have tried nnd found want in; mnny remedies, and who have lost faith in all. To such Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Pills appeal with Irresist Iblo force. They nrn absolutely pure, sweet., gentle, nnd wholesome, fhey afford immediate relief In the most dis tressing cases, and point to a speedy euro when all elso fails. fompWn Kitrrnul and Internal Trrsttnpnt tnf Y.vory H'imor of I nfiinf n. Children, unit Aitnlti rimnmtn ot cutlnini S"p (USe.) lo flwinm tin Hkln, mildirn ointment U'Oe.) in Hmil the. Skm, nnd f illlenm Hemlvent (Sile.l.ter In the form of UliomliU (Vmti'd rilh 2.'ic. wr vial nt 00) to PwUr t,h lilraiil. Sold llirntinhc.nt tbo worm. I'otter Druil 4 Cheio. l'ir,Snie. 1'roD., Iti'Htnn. Maiw. i.rVm'"t I'i'.u, m i.i. ura Uuuk on Skin DUeuos, EASTMAN KODAK AGENCY Developing and Printing Is a science not easily mustered without our accu rately prepared solutions. Wo are makliu? a specialty of tills work and our success Is a mutter of pride with us. No camping or fishing trip Is com plete wittioiit a iviciiiK. o nave, a stock of entirely now Roods In this line all sluos all prices with neces sary supplies. City Hall Pharmacy Co. 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Two colors black 396-398 State S $3.0ff 3.oq 3.0C 3.0(1 ' 3.0(5 J' I THERMOS BOTTLES 25 Discount. EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE , ONE. NOWS THE TIME TO BUY. what they are 61 Center Street. 1 1 1 l"l'Hm ii'l'H'i l M "r Jlrtisfic-illenisrials ) 6RANHE- MARJ3LE - theTHOS.PHIIIIPS&SON Tel. 3810 148 SYLVAN A' I maw rcnr-j -n 1 1 nmva u-i as k I ' i S- 12-