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Utah Convention Cheers Itself
Hoarso Over Resolution
Endorsing Him for
Pint form Culls for Protective TurilT,
Blilp Subsidies antl Pig Navy
Gentiles Fight In Vain
for Control.
Palt Lake City. May ".-National ls
eues figured but slightly at the repub
lican convention today. Tho 473 dele
gates checered themselves hoarse when
a resolution doclnrlns President
iRnosevelt tho flr.it choice for tho presi
dential nomination and William II.
Taft secrmd choice was passed; they
cheered again when the report of the
platform committee advocated a pro
tective tariff, ship subsidies, a. greater
navy with four more battleships, u de
partment of mines and mining, the "re
form measures" urged upon congress,
by President Roosevelt, and postal sav
ings banks. Hut when I). O. Hideout,
a Salt Lake county delegate, offered a
resolution authorizing the republican
Plate nominating convention next fall
to nominate a candidate for senator,
I Villi's) hanla Ttoad Celebrates Com.
)iln Ion of New York Approaches.
New Vork, May 7.-Klxteeii and a
half miles of tunnel work composing
the Pennsylvania railroad'.''
t S t'fli 1 .ImiriiiiM'oiirlrr New Srvlcir,
Mllfoid, May ".--Mrs. Clara Woods,
under- I who has been seriously 111 Is now con
valescent and able to be about the
Conference PcrIiis Work With Four
Mooting iolng Simultaneously.
Richmond, Va., May 7. With four
sectional meetings, beginning it the
same hour, the National conference of
Charities anil Corrections begun work
to-day, the subjects being children,
criminals, needy families and public
At the public health meeting Dr.
Charles II. Grapdy of Norfolk, read a
paper on "The Consumptive Negro,"
Thn regular meeting of the Trinity
guild will be held In tho parish house
on Friday evening.
ground system of approaches to tho
center of .New York city were com
pleted today when the second of the
two tunnels through the J'.ergon lull j The First and thn Plymouth churches
In Jersey City was holed through. Tho i w hold a prayer meeting on Friday
two single track tunnels under ltergen evening at 8 o'clock
Hill aro each more than a mile long
ami portions were driven through very
hard trap rock necessitating the use of
340 tons of dynanillu and three years
of work. As the tunnels approach tho
Hudson river they are so depressed as
to connect with the tunnels under the
river bed by which tra.lns will be car
ried Into tho proposed new slatlon at
Thirty-third street and Seventh avenue.
From that station eastward tunnels
extend across Manhattan Island und
under the liist river to Long Island
Clly. The total distance from ltergen
Hill to Img Island City la D.3 miles.
The completion of the tunnel system
was celebrated tonight by dinner at
The Sunshlno society will meet after
school lu the palish house- and the
Junior league In thn chapel of tho M.
K church. The Benevolent Union in
tho First church parlors on Friday afternoon.
A horse for Ahuon K. Clark of Cher
ry street Is to be built on Center street
for which tho ground has been broken.
llev. X. W. Rowdlsh, P. D., the new
presiding older of the New Haven dis
trict will hold the first quarterly con
ference in the Methodist church, on
Friday evening, at 7 o'clock.
To Conference on Natural Resources
F. Puoklnnd Appointed.
Washington, May 7. The governors
of al" tho states and territories have i
named conferees to attend tho confer- j
once on natural resources, which will
he held at the White House next week, j
Three have been named by each gov i
crnor, making tho total number of ad
visers Unl.
The governors have recognized the
Importance of the conference by ap- i
pointing leading citizens, Many of the
conferees are men of national promla- 1
once. Seven university presidents have j
been appointed as follows: A. T, Had- ,
ley of Yule, .lames U. Angell of the un-
Iverslty of Michigan, Kdniund J. James
of tho I'nlverslty of Illinois, Cyrus Nor- j
throp of tho I'lilverslty of Minnesota,
Nicholas Murray Bailor of Columbia, j
Jacon Unuld Schurman of Cornell, and
William 1 1. P. Kaiinro of llrnwn univer
sity. One of Delaware's Conferees will
be Judge Oenrgo Cray, a possibility for
tho democratic presidential nomination.
One of Oregon's reprsenlatlves will be
IX, B. Henu, chief Justice of the state su
preme court. K. O. Hucklnnd, vice pres
ident of tho New York, New Haven &
Hartford railroad will bo a conferee
from Rhode Island.
fcarmnnu HUflnn,.rn,l !iiwl .in nrrlmoni- i i't which he showed that tllO negro
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ous right began.
The nomination of a senator In this
manner has been urged by a faction
of the party composed chiefly of Oon
tlles and. nicknamed "the Insurgents."
It has been opposed by Senator Smoot
and others, In control of the regular
organization. The regulars have main
tained that the movement was hostile
to Senator Smont, whoso term expire
next spring. The speeches, virtually
all of them, were In favor of the reso
lution, but the voles In like proportion
were, against It.
The'delegates to the Chicago conven
tion are: Senators Reed Smont and
Oeorge Sutherland; Congressman Jos
eph Howell, W. D. Livingston, Dr. C.
. X. Wilson and C. E. Loose.
Alternates: A. R. Haywood, Thomas
f cftvey, John C. McLean, Mrs. Lucy A.
Clark, Mrs. Susan Y. Clatcs, and Pred
ion D. Richards.
The delegation Is unlnstructed.
Are Certified to Try Physical Tests for
Police Force.
' ' 'At the session of the civil service
board which was held yesterday aft
ernoon the examination papers of tho
eight Italians who tried for positions
on the detective bureau were gone
over by the board, and out of the
eight applicants five were certllled as
passing the mental tests and will be
sent to the physician to try the physi
cal examination. After passing on
these papers the board considered the
' marks returned by the doctor In the
physical examination of the candl
'dates who took the supernumerary ex-
" ; arnlnatlon some weeks ago, but as the
, board failed to finish tho marking the
'. names of the successful candidates are
, not yet ready to be certified to the
' police hoard.
; The local board has decided not to
. eend representatives to the meeting
of the national civil service board
Which Is to bo held this month. I
Another meeting of the board will
. be held on May l,- nt which time prob
ably all the marks In the two examina
tions will be complete.
death rate had large Increased. Point
ing out the faet that this dls-nso was
practically unknown In the days of
slavery, he held that the spre-id was
due to lack of nourishment, ooor ac
commodations and an unwillingness to
use precautionary methods for preven
tion. Pr. Orandy declared that rnclal
prejudice was not responsible, quot
ing records to show that tho colored 1
death rate from tuberculosis for lftO"
was lower in Norfolk than In Hoston.
K. 'M. Fairbanks of Xew Haven, a
former resident of Mllford, started
Monduj on an automobile trip to New
London. Near Branford there was a
collision with a largo stone, and Mr.
Fairbanks was thrown out, falling on
his head. Ho was much bruised but no
bones were broken, and on Tuesday ho
was ablo to go to his work with his
head however, tied up In bandages.
Mr. Fairbanks' Mllford friends ore
thankful his injuries were not more serious.
Miss Mary McOowan of I,ee Side
avenue has rented her cottage to New
York parties who will soon move (here.
Pate of Hearing Postponed to Meet
Jerome's Convenience.
Poughkeepsle, N. Y., May 7. The ha
beas corpus proceedings of Harry K.
Thaw to procure his release from the
Mattcawnn state hospital will bo begun
next Wednesday before Justice Jlnr
schauscr In this city Instead of next
Monday, the date heretofore set. This
arrangement was made to-day by PIs
trict Attorney Mack of Dutchess county
and James Graham, counsel for Thaw,
to suit the convenience of Plstrlct At
torney Jerome, whose engagements In
New York will not permit him to coma
to Poughkeepsle until next Wednesday.
Under Sheriff Towns-end Is beset by
people, especially women, who want to
get Into tho Jail to seo Thaw. Tho lat
ter received an Immense bouquet of
flowers to-day. Tho gift was accom
panied by a message urging him to be
of good cheer.
The birthday party last evening In
tho chapel of the Methodist church was
a succtftsful affair. An Interesting
program was given and enjoyed. Ev
ery number was encored. Little Miss
Florence Wilcox appeared for the first
time nnd recited and sang very nicely.
Miss Maude V. Wilcox played a piano
solo veyr brilliantly. Tho numbers
Selection- Harmonica club.
Reading MLse Maud nrlstol.
Selection-Ha rmonlca club.
Music Choir
Recitation-Miss Florence Wilcox.
Selection - Harmonica club.
Recitation "The Earthquake Prayer."
Mrs. W. S. Chase. . .
Music Choir.
Song Miss Florence Wilcox.
Selection Harmonica club.
Refreshments and a social hour fol
lowed the rendition of the program.
incendiary fire claims focr
Xew York, May 7. Four persons were
killed and twelve were Injured this
morning In an Incendiary flro, which
practically destroyed the flve-story ten
ement house at No. 101 Orchard street,
at 2:30 this morning.
An attempt to burn tho fame house
had been made within a week
Francis Joseph Receives tho Kaiser
and His Cousin tula Lions.
Vienna, May 7. Tha heads it tho
princely houses of Germany, led by
Emperor Willjam, have assembled In
Vienna to present their congratula
tions to Emperor Francis Joseph on
tlu. occasion of the diamond Jublleo of
his reign us Empcror-KIng of Aus
tria-Hungary, ami to Inaugurate a
series of festivities with whLli the
Jubilee Is to be celebrated throughout
the dual monarchy.
Emperor William and the Empres
arrived at the Meldllng railroad sta
tion this morning from Polu, where
they landed yesterday from the Im
perial yacht llohcnzollern. Tho Im
perlar visitors were met and welcomed
at this station by Emperor Francis
Joseph, who accompanied them by
train to another station near Sehocn
brunn Palace, known as I'cn.ing. Here
there was a groat gathering of nota
bles to receive the German emperor
and his wife. All the Austrian arch
dukes and archduchesses, and the
principal state olllclals, tho members
of the German embassy, and the
burgomaster of Vienna were on tho
station platform when Emperor Francis-Joseph
alighted from tho train,
followed by Emperor William.
Rome, May 7. The pope nas sent
his warmest greeting to lOniperor
Francis Joseph on tho occasion of the
sixtieth anniversary of his reln. Ills
Holiness congratulated the emperor
on his statesmanship and the Christian
fortltudo courageously shown during
adverse fortuno.
Despite our reiterated announce
ments we come almost daily upon
people who "didn't suppose," are
"surprised to learn," "never un
derstood," "can hardly believe"
that a j
New Steinway Piano
with all the marvelous and inimit
able Steinway qualities, is ever
cased to sell for $550.
Yet the Vertegrand is one of the
most chaste and attractive Steinway
The Alethea circle met this afternoon
with Mrs. George Green on I'a Side
avenue. A pleasant time was enjoyed.
Refreshments were served during the
social hour that followed tho business
Mrs. Frank E. Hlnn of Fisher's Isl
and. Xew York (Miss Charlotte Clarke
of Mllford) aid two of her daughters
are at the homo of her parents for a
visit. Mrs. nine's youngest daughter
Is about two weeks old.
. Bridgeport Pliyslclnn Expires After
Operation for Appendicitis.
Bridgeport, May 8 Pr. Thomas F.
Stanton died early this morning In a
private, hospital In this city, following
an operation for appendicitis perform
ed on him last Monday. Ho was
prominent In his profession, having
practiced here for twelve years, and
was a member of and an active work
er In many fraternal societies. He
was. born In Hartford in 18B4. In
early life he was a commercial trav
eler. He Whs graduated from the
College of Physlclnns and Surgeons In
Baltimore In 1895, being vice-president
Of his class, and immediately beran
practice here. Dr. Stanton was a
Mrs. Robert G. Christie of Broad
street attended the state convention of
the Daughter? of Liberty at New
Canaan. Mrs. Christie represented the
This j local council, Iady Fowler council, and
building was within a stone's throw of 11 r"',,"" "
Delancey and Allen streets, where three "f'lf ,n " N,Pr,,,!n,'tlvc"-
A dnnre and concert will he given In
the town hall on May 2(5 by the Mll
ford Military band.
years ago, twenty-six persons were
burned to death In one of tho city's
worst tenement-house fires.
Philadelphia, May 7. The "Royal
Blue" express train on the Philadel
phia and Reading railway had a nar
row escape from being wrecked late
yesterday afternoon at a switch near
Nlcetown, a suburb. Two men said
to be foreigners, Jammed the switch
with old Iron, which was sufficient to
derail the express, then nearly due. A
towermnn saw the men tampering
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rtifsell of Pan
bury are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Irving at Harbor avenue.
rhnrles Poherly l confined to his
homo at Walnut Bench with a sprain
ed ankle received while playing base
convicted oamih.er appeals.
Bridgeport, May 7. John Blako of
Xorwalk, tled out his appeal ngnlnst
a fine of $100 anil costs und six
months In Jail for keeping a gambling
place, before Judge Walsh In the
common pleas court to-day. He was
given a fine of LOO and costs, without
Jail sentence, as this was Blake's first
The M. Steinert & Sons Company
777 Chapel St Near State St.
Hartford, May 7. The following se
lections all Phi R?ta Kappa men, wero
made at Trinity college today for the
commencement exercises: Valedictori
an, Charles U. MeCone of Hartford;
salutatorlan, Th.imas M. Phillips of
East Hartford; honor oration, Henry
Sinter Wilcox of Mttle Fulls, N. Y.
Stamford, May 7. The propeller
Sturdevant, which has been taking the
place temporarily of the freight
steamer Islander, plying between
Stamford nnd New York, went
aground this morning on Cemetery
reef while outward bound, frclght
laden, for New York. At low tide
she was three feet out of water.
ftompcrs ami ongrcssnum i'""
Would Oust the Czar.
Washington, May 7. Responding
to a letter from Representative
Brum of the Twelfth Pennsylvania
congressional district, President Oom
pers of the American Federation of
Uibor, has written a letter In which
ho strongly urges that rongrcss re
main In session long enough to enact
legislation which he enumerates.
In hla letter Mr. Brum says;
"I wish to say that I solemnly pro
test against the proposed early ad
journment of congress, as it will be
Impossible to act upon and pass such
legislation as Is demanded by the peo
ple, and asked for by the president.
I will bo willing to Join with others
to Insist upon the several bills being
brought out of the committees and
acted upon promptly. Thero Is no
disguising tho fact that Speaker Can
non Intended to prevent legislation on
these lints by referring the president's
message and other bills to the con
gressional crematory known ns the Ju
diciary committee."
Mr. Gompers finds In Mr. Brum's
complaint of the speaker Justification
for his opposition to the continuation
of Mr. Cannon In that office.
Bridgeport, Mav 7. In police court
to-day Paul J. Siclkockl. organist of
Ht Joseph's Polish National Catholic
church, was held In ll.onn for the su
perior court, on tho charge of abuse of
a young girl.
(Special .foiirnnt-ronrlrr n Service.)
Branford, May 7. In consequence of
the severe storm, hut one session was
held In tho public schools of the bor
ough today. '
F. H. Holding of Rockford, 111., a for
mer reshlent of Branford nrrlved In
town today for a brief visit with rela
tives and friends.
on the Furniture we sell. And
very stirring sales we are mak--ing.
Remarkable Values
j Thomas Fallen of Ioa Side Fort
i Trumbull Ben -h has been entertaining
with the swlth and telephoned for a h)a mother, Mrs. Timothy Fallon of
railway policeman, stationed icarby.
who removed the obstruction.
Republican Currency Board Seeks
IdenH for lit Bill.
Washington, P. C, May 7. The re
publican conferenns committee ap
pointed last night to draft nnd report
to conference an emergency currency
hill enacting the principle of approved
commercial paper as a basis for cur
rency Issue, today organized, began tho
consideration of a bill, and through Its
chairman Representative Freelnnd, of
New York, and Us secretary, Represen
tative Knowland of California, sent, to
each republican member of the house
two letters asking suggestions and ad
vice. The first letter rend h follows;
"Dear Sir: I respectfully request you
to send me, In writing, at your earli
est convenience, any amendments or
changes you think would be advisable
to Incorporate In the currency bill to
he drafted by the conference commit
tee." The letter wns signed by Chair
man Vreeland.
Downed hy Johnson in Minnesota
They Plan Separate Convent.l'on.
St. Paul, Minn., May 7. Managers
of William J. Bryan's campaign In Min
nesota, who were outgencrall-id In
; last night's democratic - primaries
throughout the state, are talking to
day of the. possibility of calling a sep
. arato convention on May 14. The
Burlington, Vt May 7. Robert II.
Clark was killed and Harry W. Chase
seriously Injured In an automobile
ac'cldent to-day. The car struck a
fence, hurling tho occupants Into a
Chicago, May T. One man was
killed, many pedestrians were put In
parll by falling live wires, and others
were blown down and Injured, dur
ing a terrific wind and rain storm
which set in early to,da,y and con
tinued this afternoon.
Brtarollff, N. Y May 7. About, a
dozen passengers on a Putnam divi
sion Irain of the New York Central
railroad had to walk about two miles
In the wind and rainstorm early this
morning because of the burning of
tho bridge at Ruckhout crossing,
south of here,
Louisville, Ky May 7. The dele
gates to the rcpiibllca.n state conven
tion, which last night adjourned until
10 o'clock this morning, reassembled
to-day. As was e.xpeeted the Ta.ft
program was carried out, and the del
egates at largo wero Instructed for
Albany, May 7. Governor Hughes
this afternoon signed the bill revising
the military code of the state under
which tho National (iuard will be or
ganized hereafter.
Washington, May 7. -The President
nnd Mrs. Roosevelt ami a. small party
left to-day for a week-end outing at,
Pine Knot, Mrs. Roosevelt's rounlry
home In the hills near Charlottesville,
Va Included In the part is John Bur
roughs, the naturalist,
l.ee, Mass., and her sister, Mrs. M. Nu
gent of Waterbury who had a very
pleasant visit at the shore.
Mrs. Sheldon Bassett of tPt. Louis,
Mo., Is In New York on a. visit and
spent yesterday at her cottage at Fort
Trumbull Bench. The family Is plan
ning to come to Mllford very soon.
Pr. Walker and his family have ar
rived nt "Idlesld"" for the season, hnv
Ing spent the winter at their home in
The Oldsmobilo run by Mr. Oould
has been purchased by M. 8. Burgess
and it will bo used as a delivery
The M. H. S. baseball nine will play
tho Hawkeyes of New Haven on the
M. A. A. grounds on Saturday mom
Philadelphia, .May ".-Mayor Reyburn
of this clly di dared today that he has
received recently a niiiiiher of black
mailing letters, some of them (hrenten-
1-irynn delegates will attiuid the county i itit; his life and others threatening lo
conventions on Saturday, and, If they j Mow up ills home. He tnM that he
obtain no recognition there, they will reud a. number of the letters written , In
Immediately withdraw and hold nop-j the same "Intelligent" hand and evld
arato conventions to select, d. 'legates lently from a person of education,
to como to tho state convention, and,
The Biinual meeting of Rt. Petpr's
parish showed that nil obligations had
been met. The new fiscal year starts
In w-lth money in the treasury. The
wardens elected are; Frederick Corn
wall and Henry C. Peck; the vestry
men ate Frederick Cornwall, A. W.
Bums, C. A. Tomllnson, E. L. Corn
wall. H. C. Peck. H. C. C. Miles, R. H.
Comntock, H. W. Cnrnwnll, IT. David
son, Thomas Cornwall, W. Corn
wall and ,T. A. Perry; treasurer, H. ('
Peck; clerk, IT. C. C. Miles; collector,
Frederick Cornwall; Henry Pavldsoti
mid IA. W. Burns, delegates to annua
diocesan convention. It was voted to
add $100 to the salary of tho rector' of
the church.
Biff Attendance Expected at St.
Rose Church Dedication
Mrs. Baldwin's Recital.
Carpentera began the work today of
remodelling the rooms in the former
Atlantic house which are to be occu
pied by the new Masonic social club.
It Is epectd that there will be a
very large attendance at the new St.
Rose's R. C. church at the dedication
services to be held next Sunday at
10:30 a. m. Bishop Tlerney will dedi
cate tho church and many visit Ing
priests will bo present. The sermon
will be preached by Rev. Walter Shan
ley of Panbury.
Mrs. pennls Splllnne has sold to the
parish of St. Rose's- church a piece of
property 111 Blatcliley avenue, ndjoln
lug tho parish lot. This will give the
parish lot a frontage of 140 feet on
Itlntehlev avenue. Them Is a two
story-house on the lot purchased.
Mrs, C. P. Parmelen of Qiilnulplno
avenue has returned after a visit of
two weeks with friends In Providence.
After several months' Illness from
rheumatism, H. M. Prentice of Ferry
street Is now nhle to be out again.
A girl bahy has arrived at the home
of Mr. , and Mrs. William Kelleher of
Kxchnnge street.
If ignored there, they will at onoo
hold a convention In some other hall
t3 select their delegates to tho Denver
Portland, Me., May 7. -The prohibi
tionists of tho stale to-day nominated
Henry Woodward of WlutUrop as eau
Uloato fur governor.
Those Held for Filing Chelsea Put
Fmlor 2.",O(i0 Bonds.
Chelsea, Mass., May 7.-Fnder bonds
so lieivy that the police do not expect
that the prisoners will be nhle to ob
tain their release, Judge Rnssen In the
Chelsea, munclpal court todn.y held the
first two men to be nrrested on suspi
cion of having set the ftro that destroy
ed more than a third of the elly on
April 12. The defendants are Jacob
U'wltzky and Abraham Wolnltz. Le.w
Itzky owned a rig shop and Wolnlta
was employed by him. They were ar
rested yesterday.
Each pleaded hot guilty and was
held for a continued hearing a week
from today, Lewltzky in $15,000 bonds
and Wolnltz In $10,000.
A recital was given by the piano pu
pils of Mrs. Charles F. Baldwin, as
sisted by William K. Morgan, Jr., bari
tone, In the parish house of (Iracn P, F,
church Wednesday evening. The pu
pils Inking part vverelArdella L. Chand
ler, Florence M. Booker, Anna M. Ka
nltzke. Florence A. Kern, Agnes M.
Walsh, Mary 1. Hurlhurt, Mary R.
Crowe mid Clifford M. Markle, Irving
R Baker. William M. Melckel, Willie
H. Homer, Karl E. Cort, Austin U
.Mlyti and Raymond L. Clarke,
C. A. Van Wlo expects to leave In a
few dnys for Point de Chen, Canada,
where ho will spend tne summer.
and liberal credit, if desired, make ready customers. Our Tu:
niture represents the latest styles and most lasting qualities.
in every article purchased here.
The Bullarc Co
58 and 60 Orange Street.
, IIow much money have you wasted oh poor material and work
manship? rtetter pay a little more and get your money's worth. A
(rood Job at n fair price Is economy. '
Wall Papers, Tainting and Interior Finishing.
90-92 Orange Street. 'Phone 839.
Tidings received from Texas state
that Mrs. L. It. Vlnal who has been
quite 111 at her home In Dallas, that
state, are to the effect that she has
nearly recovered.
Itev. Fathe.- J. L. McCulnne.ss, for
merly curate In St. Mary's church but
now pastor of tho R. C. churches In
lloxbury and Washington was a visit
or in town today.
W. T. Flanders nnd John F. Morton
are spending an outing of a few days
and enjoying the sports of unfiling In
N'ev Hampshire.
Mrs. Cieorge Marsh of Church street
Is the guont of Mrs. Charles Graham
of West Haven.
Hon. Kdmund aeher Is having a
new summer house erected on the
grounds of his residenco on Main street.
The regular meeting of St. -Mary's
Ladles' T. A. and 11. society will he
held In Miifdo hall Friday evening.
The fi.-iturday Afternoon Whist club
will meet this week with Charles Al
lender of Church street.
M. P. Biro is engaged In contract
work In riullfnrd.
Temporary receivers have been ap
pointed for the Ifauford Manufactur
ing company; It Is hoped nnd confld
enlly expected that their business trou
bles are only temporary.
This Bijou Light is 20
candle - power, costing
only one-tenth of a cent
per hour.
It can be attached to
any fixture in the house,
and when fitted with a
green shade is especially
good for desk lighting.
Price: $1.25 Complete.
The New Haven Gas Light Co.,
Salesroom, 93 Crown Street
In This Line
Even the B
Marlon K. Cannon if 115 Clay street
entertained a party of 10 playmates
at her residence Tuesday evening In
honor of her l lth blrlhday. The guests
were; Misses Anna nnd Helen Can
non; Gertrude Coffee, I, Milan Kgan
Masters Frank Kinney, Albert Coffee
Fdwln Egan, flllhert and James Can
non, ftnd they spent the evening sing
ing, reciting and playing grimes. Af
ter a spread the llttlo ones left for
their homes, voting Marlon's 10th birth
day party a success.
Tickets or the drama, "Down In
Maine," which will be given In Music
hull next Monday evening aro selling
rapidly and a full house Is already
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t 1 .L I,,, sifiitiu- fund of' the new ! 'i'nrkcr, U-tVver, linker, Ithaca, Stevens nnd other well-known makci.
rh'nrch, to replace the one destroyed J g BASSiSTT,' The GUH StOW, 5 Church Stj
py III' , n'Mlir niii- .
And Complete Assortment of Records for Both.
All lending makes of (inns nnd Kllles Winchester, Mnrlln, Remlif
i-ii.F.s rrnrcn vr nrwm nv nf.vp
AltHOHI'TKfi tli'ITlMM).
U you are suffering from bleeding,
Helilng. blind or protruding: Pll"-t,
send mo your address, nnd I will tell
ynu how lo cure yourself nt borne by
the new absorption treatment; nnd wit
nlsn send seine of this home treatment
free for trial, wit h references .from
your own loeallty If requested. Im
mediate relief and permanent cure as
sured. Hend no money, but tell otlion
of this offer. Write to-day to Mrs, M.
Summers, Box. P, Notra Dame, lad.
The Ohatfleld Paper Ca B ih3 1
Most complete line of Paper and Twine in Stf
Hartford, May 7. Recauao of de
spondency, due to tho loss of his money,
Charles D. Goodwin of Hudson street) a
former shoe, dealer, turned on ttf
In his bedroom last nlsrht and h
found dead by his wife this mop
He was fifty year old. The rr
examiner gives the cause of iei

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