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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1908.
FOR STATE TICKET' Scramble to Get Aboard Has - Begun in All the Dis tricts. not care to run aciln ami his wish will hp honored. Alderman Julius Jensen has a hook out for the place nn.'l front pi ''.sent talk may got a chance to fight for It nt the polls. THE JOURNAL-COURIER FASHIONS. from .uitis Lung's Parisian-New Yurk Models. ft Carpet Bowling Notes i in 0 1 i .tn.,i hi r ? rt SEVERAL FIGHTS BREWING I (In, I Situation Is Si rn lightened Out In Eleventh Only The fnn (lldntcs. With both state conventions for the nomination 0f ili'liites to the national convention out uf tho way anil the . Mate safe again for awhile at loa.st, the politicians an now turning tholr unrll-, vlded attention to the state ticket and Its make-up. Locally while of course! the chief topic Is tho governorship there are several pretty lit 1c lights lirewing on tho Bcnatorlal situation. In each of the four districts In this city a Unlit Is already on, on either one hide or the other. Onlv one of them seems so furl to be anywhere near straightened out and that lu In the Eleventh where Sen ator John F, Shanley Is conceded now to have clear sailing toward a third term. Tho district Is democratic by a large majority and there l.s no fight on therefore among the republicans for the nomination. Senator Shanloy's conceded grip on the nomination was not secured how ever, without an effort being made to y rest It from him. Several were made Tho Rova, PHmt wlll or. In fact but as even the democrats ; B,mlze a tournament among the meni thcmclves were a trifle fearful of Mr. ! tiers at an early date. Several valuable Shanley's popularity none besought. : l"1" wdll be competed for and It Is , . ' ' . . . i expeeied th.it the nieinbers will give would consent to run against him In i ,iK. lournnmetit their hearty support. me primaries, ino last enort mane anil It Is thought It will he tho final one was to Induce C. H. Conway to take a chance at It. Mr. Conway yesterday decllne'd to oppose the senator. n the Ninth, Senator niakeslee'g dis trict, which Is more strongly republi can than the Eleventh Is Democratic! there are several republicans who have their eyes turned toward Hartford. It Is agreed, however, that If Seantor Blakciiloe wants to go back, then he'll go. In both other districts good flglit.i ore In progress. In the Eighth, now represented by Senator nutterwmth, Its warm. Alderman Loos Is an. out and out candidate for the office and does not hesitate in saying so. He thinks he Is entitled to It this time hav- lng stepped addo two years ago for1 Mr. Butterworth. Mr. Loos however, ' .m t,.. ,!, 4 , , . , , B iia.c nnwwict i um I'll in , I it Dave Callahan of the Ninth who l.s be-1 !"' lng quietly pushed forward and with y:J his influence In his ward Is expected to Sif! no .inset lh M,t,M .he ,W Bo unset the district nu.ilnst the nther A'$ two that the nomination wlll fall his p v-ay .'. ' ' The democrats are doing the ttgntlns t '- In the Tenth district where Senator J ' Homar Homan beat James X. States, on a re- Z'2 count last time. Mr. Stales rnlnht 'i. have liked another chance, his friends : Uy.. orty ne uouin, um ine pnwer.s mat ue ir 'J BaM v,ni. i.n..A j...,u..i Au ii no;, nil '4 wi men mi l'X - rtl - '19'a' it derman Thomas Mollov If conditions can remain as at present. This selection ;V 1 displeases other powers, those who do j rst jnot Jibe Just nt present with the ad-' art 'ministration -party and these want I C "John H. Courtney to be the candidate, I thl ,;Senator Homan stated that he doe l tir i 'Mi iV : ' : THBTAEMER'S WIPE Is very careful about her churn. She scalds it thoroughly after usinfj, ind gives it a sun bath to sweeten it. She knows that if her churn is sour it will taint the butter that is made in it. The stomach is a churn. d?lij In the stomach and digestive and cesses which are almost exactly like the churning"of butter. Is it not ffi apparent then that if this stomach-churn is foul it makes foul all which f,l Is put into it ? j p The evil of a foul stomach is not alone the bad taste in the mouth and the foul breath caused by it, but the corruption of the pare current ' f j of blood and the dissemination of disease throughout the body. Dr. ii iTOtjif-.A0 Pa!1m TnAn TVe-nt.rtf A ltlV.li a Jvlll.l 4Tii.VAiVl i..... v,- .ivni Clliu 1V111 HIWIIIBIU eweet. It does for the stomach what the washing and sun bath do for jthe churn absolutely removes every tainting or corrupting element. iln this way it cures blotches, pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings, jsores, or open eating ulcers and all humors or diseases arising from 'bad blood. i To aid in hcalinR old sores, or ulcers, 'apply Dr. Pierce's All-Healing Pnlve 'to them while taking the "(iolrlen Med ical Discovery" to purity ana enricit the blood ; Dr. Pierce b All - IlealniR talvn is elpansincr and rain relievinc. It de- "(troys the bad odors arising from sup purating, or running, sores nun puts them in the best possible condition for healing. I The " AIUl5lin:3 Oalve " is a superior lressing ior an oppn, ruiiniiig, or su i- 1 n l C . TTI..- I-,.. I, ll., .OUraitlDg, noiKBOl Cli:ns, I'll uruiu )pen wounds, cuts and scratches it is jnmirpassed. 7 If your medicine dealer does not have "he "All-Healing Salve" in stock mail !i0 cents in postage stamps to Dr. R. V. ''ierce, Buffalo, X. Y., and you will eceive it by return post, j In treating all open sores, or ulcers, 'mils carbuncles and other swellings, it important that Dr. t'lerce s (tomen lediral Discovery he taken persistently ir puniv the biooa ann tnereny remove II 'ie chum of the trouble. It is in the Ull .1,1 - . . l..il. l I.L.L . iooq mat ino great, nauteoi neimti mm 0 be fought,, ihe ulcer ana the sore Ve simply the scarlet flowers of disease, Hth roots running down into the blood, 'hese roots must be eradicated or the Sseasewill break out afresh. "Golden Medical Discovery" cleanses the blood f all foul and poisonous accumulations, joshes out the dead and waste matter, nd thus purifies the entire life owrrent. lisease in the flesh must .din out when 1 is no longer fed by foul blond. '3olden Medical Discovery" effectively jres disease in the flesh by curing its tuee in the blood. ill yj) have bitter, nasty, foul taste i vour moutn, coatea tongue, toui etl are weak and easily tired, feel .prised and despondent, have fre- neaaalies, av.7.y aiiacKs, gnaw- distrss in stomach, constipated gulr bowels, sour or bitter r eating and poor appetite, ese ntoms, or any considerable imb of them, indicate that you are from biliousness, torpid, or erwith the usual accompanying stion, or dyspepsia and its attend- t. fieraneements. ,?The best, agents known to medical ence for Ihe cure ol the above syinrj- CQIlillllOIKS. ilji i r rrtnVs leadmg teacJie,rs .md liractL. ins. ." ...i . ,i;i ers o ail ItlC i" """" ' i ni'-iiei i'-i''lice. iiitve been skillfully and bar ,lu fomViined iii Dr. Pierce's VWHDV ... - - ------ - 'rim .louni:il- 'Hurler's selection thU week for tlu; place In "Men Von Know,' anionic Hid ntipet uowlers, in Jo mi .Wot tun. Air, .Uurlon iluncrvi's the iihicu bi.iMiu.-.e lie In one uf tHu most eniliii- XlHHlIf! folloWc'l'S Of till' gllllll) Jll tllU niii 1 1.'. Ilu 1h a good, ull iiroinul player, I ami a hKi oi tun iiihl wiiti'f, ,t ir- , e in In' Is one of i In. irijitiMi' sHlpn of til Q , 'New J tji x en i.alcilonlaii tt-a m. Ho ha i : also piiiypii im Un; li'iini of tli Clan I Air Lund players, be lug a mt'inlier nf I liotli Mi-yiinlziitlonx, A hard man ti down, Is Joint, and ho Is always readc I to li.ii-k iiii Ills pla.vlng alilllly us wed us that of his le.im wlin ull the rhetoric at his eoiiiiiiiiiiil. John, it m he In fumlll arly Known to the howlers, Is as popu lar in the llowern In May lie hau been chief of lioth the Caledonian club and t lu ii Melrfud, Is ii nieinlier of Hiram lodge, ami A. !., und u successful huhtne.su man, i An Interesting game In he played In I this city Mny will he thru between i Clan Muel lonuld of Anuonlii and (.'Inn ; AleLeod of this city. Tho te.inis Inivo ! met onee before, thn McLeoil's wlnnintr lout by a small margin. Since then thu -y "mi a piayers nine neen giving eon uldei'tilile time to practice, and their play at the present llino Is very strung lioth Kiinis will play twelve men aside.. The second team ot the Caledonian club has sent a challenge, to the first team of thu Clan MeLeoil. It Is not ex pected, however, that the Inner wlll no. cept the challenge, lioth clubH have Hist and second teams, and the senti ment serins to prevail that such a inaieh would not help to strengthen the fraternal good fellowship that exists between thctwo societies. An individual tournament Is one of tile best schemes that carpet howling tennis can devise to keep up the enthu siasm among the players during the summer months. Prizes of a minor na ture ought to be offered and every member linlured lo take part. The en trains should he put In a hat and drawn out In pairs. The game might consist of seven or eleven points and In tilts manner quite a number of players would be enabled to play off their tie In one evening. On tills way tho final s could he reached In short order. The Fraternal Kenetlt league players will atari an Individual tournament next month. In this way they expeet to llnd out their strunueKt players and thus strengthen their league teams for next season. i ct-ack tram of Clan Ord-n of Hart foul will play the second of their and in'iiie fixtures with the Me- Lends of this city about the end of this ttlOntll ' ' . The idd Kellows of the city will soon tmet for the purpose of forming both ". f l ' f"r son. I aula n w ooorun oi rue i ny lodge is one of the men who thinks well of carret howling. . DOWIK'S "HinTl'NK" $1,200, Chicago, May 7. Mrs. J'jhn Alex ander Dowle. was awarded J 100 by the appraisers of the personal propor- : i oi no- ii'- ... K AHnr,),,,. . T 1 in v file, I their reoort. 't r,',"J. ...- , : nhowlng that Instead of the great wealth supposed to have hem held hv IJowle the total amount was H,.'"0. Mrs. Dowle received the vldow's share, one-third. She still has a claim on the real estnte, whatever It Is, or may "prove to be. ' : ' ' " nutritive tracts are performed pro- t1inl-rc fbo cntii- nnA frti1 Onlden Medicnl Discoverj'. That this ts absolutely true will be readilv proven to your satisfaction if you will lint mail a postal card request to Dr. K.V, Pierce, Buffalo, X. Y., for a fine copy of hie booklet of exirnets from the standard medical authoiities, giving the names of nil the ingredients entering into his world-famed medicines and ehowini what the most eminent medical mm of the age say of them. Cures Woman's Wpalmesm We refer to that boon to weak, nprv oiis, suffering women known at Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Dr. John Fvfe one, of the Editoral staff of Thk Eclectic Medical F.f, VIKU says of Unicorn root (Ilrlnnitw Thnira) which is one of the chief ingre dients of the "Favorite Prescription": "A remedy which Invnrlnbly nets ns uter ine in rlgornfor innkes for normal c tlvlty of the entire reproductive system.' He continues"!,! llelonlss we hnve a medica ment which nio.'o fully tuiswers the nhovn pnrpoies tlini (inn other druo with 7i(ci am nrqurilntrd. In the treatment of diseases pe cuilnr to women If. Is seldom that a case l'i seen which does hoi present some Indication for this remedial (ii'c'it." llr. I'yfe further savs: "The fnllowlni' lire among the leading Indications for HeloninsiCnli'oni roofl. Pnln or nchlng in the hr.cd, with leurorrhenj atonic tweak) conditions of the. reproductive organs of women, mental depression and li ritabillty, associated with chronic diseases of tlie reproductive area is of onien : constant) sensation of hi, In the region of the lclK neys i menorrhatin (flunfllnr. (hie to o weak4 ened condition of the reproductive sysrem amenorrhea (surpressed or ehsent momlilf periods), arising ifom or neetmpanying an abnormal confllllon of the digestive orirant and anemic ( ihln blood ) hnhlt ; dragRlnf sensations In tli extreme low part of the abdomen." If more or less of the nhove . r.ymp tWi n tu-iHTrninii nm IiivhIi'I wimiiULum (Tobetier than take Dr, Pierce ' favor lie Prescription, one ; the leading in- men is mi corn mni.. nr. LU!-iiit'U inal -a,rt intjura nt Ionian, and )q pieilic.nl properties pi (finch, nioft tHJtpfiilly renresei.ts. 01 Golden Seal root another promi nent ingredient of Favorite Prf.crip tion." Prof, Finley Wlingwond, M. IX, of Benni tt Medicnl College, Chicago, sayi : "It ii an Important remedy In disorders of the wc.irib. In nil cattirrb.nl conditions and gt.ne',al enfeolilement, It Ik useful," Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription failhi'uRv represents the above r.nmed ingredients and cures the discuses for i wW,r .,hey are recommended I Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are tht orittiartl Little Liver Tills, first put up bv old Dr. Pierce over 40 years ago, Mcu imitated, but ncwir equaled. Lusy to tako as cau4i'. Attractive Frock for Young Miss. An attractive frock for a young lady was made, like this sketch, of blue fancy silk, with a fine thread of ecru crossing It. The gutmpe Is of thin pon gee in ecru, with bows of the same on thf eke. A collar of ecru luce trims the neck nf the Idue waist. The bow In front Is mudc of the pongee, and the girdle and buttons are of blue velvet. Two Becoming Hats. The hat on the left is a yellow straw, with a fold of black and 'white striped ribbon around the crown. Across the front the ribbon Is loosely looped and held In place by two wreaths of blue forget-me-nots; The other hat Is made on a who frame. The edge Is bound with black velvet, and wide imes are iisen ior me nrtm, witn a net which blends well with It around the crown. Hands of pink satin hold the net In place, and bunch of pink roses and foliage is placed upright nt the side. STATE CONVENTION Socialist Party Issues Call for Biennial Meeting Will Name Applcgate. The call for the biennial state con vention of the socialist party has been sent out, and the meeting for the nomination of candidates for the sev eral1 state olflces 111 be held In this city on the morning of Decoration biy, In all probability William L. Apple gate, of this city, who two years ago was named for lieutenant-governor, wlll be nominated at the bond nf the ticket this year. Kven with no hope of winning, the local socialists, of which there were 1,552 In New Haven, according to their vote, two years ago, feel satisfied with the progress they arc making and expect a much larger return next November. They polled throughout the state 2.0.12 with Krnest H. Hull, of Naug.'ituck, us gubernato rial candidate, and claim they will double It this time. The nntlonal convention of the par ty will be held In Chicago on Monday, and last night Alfred V. Smith, of this city, and William Schleldge, of Manchester, the delegates from Con necticut, left here for New York, where they wlll join a party of dele gates from this section of the country and take a special train for the Windy City, The vote nf the socIiiIIhIh for their delegates was taken by referen dum a week ago, nnd with it an ex pression of sentiment, H appears from the poll that the party will again be headed by Kugene X, tiehs, with William V. Haywood, the miner,' as his running mate. The convention tit Chicago wlll he the most Important ever held by the part;-, Inasmuch as It Is expected that the present spilt between the social ists nnd the branch which has been going It. alone under the name of the socialist-labor party will be healed and both factions unite for mutual Interests. This notion will be taken on the advice of the National Socialist congress, which met In Eu rope several months ago, There are now said to be 47,000 dues-paying members of th" socialist party In the country, for each of which twenty votes have been reckoned on. At a meeting of the local branch a day or two ago claims were made that In the coming election the party would even alone, and without the support of the socialist-labor party, poll a million and n half votes. With the proposed amalgamation perfected, iuiuUxur half mllllun are louked for, draped a large WAYS OF WILLIAM AMI :i)W.m The I uslnese of reigning Is so serious w ith the cerenvmlal side constantly up permost, that It U natural for stiver elgns to find relief In occasional flash es of humor. King Kdward, like yueen Victoria before him, likes Joke and billllant repartee, hut he does not write out pleasantries. lie avoids letter writ ing and allows his secretaries to con duct correspondence In tin Impersonal and dlcnllled way. Quen Victoria dis creet and sensible as shn was, wrote too mnny letters nnd was Involved In unnecessary controvetsles. King hd wnid Is constantly talking over pub lic affairs with statesmen nnd diplo mats, hut he ,s 1 10 shrewd nnd cauti ous to write letters to them. He has more effective methods of managing men and Influencing International act Ion than correspondence, whether dash ed off on the Impulse of the moment or dictated nnd revised with delibera tion. He accomplishes his purposes by Informal conferences and short talks. and hypnot1xui his own ministers at home and distinguished Europeans In Marlenbad or Paris by communicating to them his own sincerity and concili atory spirit. This Is a more Judicious n elhoil than the rapid Improvisation nf royal opinions In prlvnte letters more or lea colloquial, which are likely to he misinterpreted and to excite hostile crll lilsm, The Herman emperor, being a clever and vivacious sovereign, tlx,-, makes use of his talents and fascinating frankness In Influencing men at home and abroad. When he was In England he had a blgh-inlnded and laudable purpose of Improving International re lations, and his agreeable manners and charm of conversation produced a fa- I vorahle Impression. He was a peace maker, like King Kdward himself, and ! conciliated members nf ti1P ministry j as he had previously done when Mr. , Hnldane, Mr. Hums and other assocl- ntes visited flerlln. He was doubtless I Irritated and rlls ippolnted when Lord ! KHhor, In a. letter which might not j have been meant for publication, rep- resen ten mat every one In Oormany, from the emperor downward, would re joice over the downfall of Sir John Fisher, und In continuing his Informal talk with Lord Twecilmouth by letter he revealed his annoyance and Impati ence, This mny have been an Indis cretion, but there can be no criticism of his getier.il conduct In making use of personal friendships for the purpose o fcreatlng better feeling between Eng. li.ml and Germany. A modern sovereign Is noL a constitution figurehead; pre occupied with ceremonial and etlquot and, without moral responslbllty for re sources nnd opportunities for supreme ly useful work. He Is a master work man in a progressive world. Yet he r ought not to write too many letters and his humorous propensities ought to be kept under restrah,t.-.Mr. Ford London Letter to the New York Trlh- une. ! Mi tyrviirc fx plains. Ilrokcr Says He Did Not Cast Slurs on Wall Slreel Methods. Xew York, May ". T. S. Ormlston, attorney, said on behalf of T. A. iMc Intyre, that he bad talked with that gentleman in regard to the statements attributed to him to the effect that It was the custom of stock exchange houses, his own Included, to borrow moniy on "paid up" securities belong ing to customers, anj had been re quested by Mr. Melntyre to say that no such statement was Intentionally made by him; that suih was not at all the fact; and that If any full p.ild stock was by oversight at any time mingled with the. stock bought on margin and so hypothecated, by any house, suclf error would be at once corrected upon Its discovery by his or any other stock exchange firm. PIIVSKIAX ALWAYS PKMSKXT. I'lei eland's Condition Slowly. Is Improving Lakewnod, N. J., May 7. ''Mrs. Cleveland says that her husbind con tinues to Improve In health and that his condition Is In no way alarming," said Manager William flecker, of the I.akewood hotel, when asked tonight as to the condition of the ex-presldent, who has been HI here for several weeks. Mr. flecker had come direct from Mrs. Cleveland's suite, nnd he added that considering the depressing leath er conditions the entire party with the ex-presldent were In the best of spirits. When asked if Dr. flryant was still here, Mr. flecker said that he w as -and that there was never a time when trlore was not a physlchn In the hotel. POI'K PITS OI F CONSISTORY. Home, May 7. According to a scml-ofllolal statement made at the Vatican to-day the pope has postpon ed his consistory from June until September, wishing It to coincide with his priesthood Jubilee, The poets say that ''Spring hath ciime," Rut I don't care a rap. A man came In on -Saturday And bought a nice fur cap. If this weather still continues It wlll make us all feel glum mer I'm thinking nf putting In n stuck Of "heavy underwear for sum nicr." 1 YOURS, J I M HE SELLS HATS. Corner Church and Center SLs. i u IMF.I.T JIK I'ACi; TO l'A( K. I -I I "K O A L" Lowest Prices Prevail Now. F. GILBERT & CO.. w. (Incorporated) 65 Church St. Soda Crackers that crackle as good Soda Crackers should rseeda Biscuit With meals for mealsbetween meals In dust tight. moisture proof packages. Neper sold m bulk. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY SPAIX TO LAV XEW CABLK. a bill authorlzlnz the government t( ., ,... , ... ...... 'V e nilnl.ter of invite tenders for the construcUon ok ,ho ln,''rlor Henor Laelena. lntrodue- a' new telegraph cable to the Canary e'l to-day In the chamber of deputies Islands. GIFT TOKENS. June weddings and anniversaries will soon be here. in position to help you. You will lip plrncd Willi our Immense line of cut glass Its sparkling beauty, clear cut and graceful lines. A. F. WYLIE,821 Chapel St. Successor to John Bright A Co. EDUCATIONAL Tweiity.fmirili Year. mm rmm V. M. C. A. nill.DIXG, 1.1S Temple Street. Sidney Tri-lln flutter, Trestilent. C. M. PARKER OPTICIST IS IN HIS XKW QUARTERS, 8 10-A CHAPEL STREET. (Up one flight.) Catering in all Its brandies by skilled and experienced people); weddings, banquets, dinners, parties, teas, etc. Good last; good quality. Mince Pics nd rium Puddings to order. Experi enced waiters and cooks furnished. The E. J. Williams Catering Co., t7 ELM STREET, OVER NESBrT'SL Booklovers Take Notice A Clearance Sale ot Fine Editions of Standard Authors at Greatly reduced prices List on Application EDWIN C. HILL COMPANY Publishers and Importer. 437 Fifth Avenue, New York. 0pp. P. 0. m iOWQa mmim We art wl h" pleased to aid you tu C jour selections; can save ycn money In price and assure tatlafactioi In quality. JEWELERS. A CLEAN WATCH means good time to you for years to come. We have complete repair shops with skilled workmen, and can repair Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Salts faction guaranteed. J. H. 0. DURANT, ' Watchmaker and Jeweler, , 71 Church Street. Opp. Postofflce. The " Wedding Season. yfl had the brides in mind when we se lected the various pieces in POUYAT CHINA. The designs, decora tions and quality of the china, will delight the heart of any bride. Just step in and look at the after-dinner cof fee set. They are ex quisite. Monson's Jewelry Store. . 857-859 CHAPEL ST. BROOCHES. We are now showing a moat com pleto lino of brooches, especially In the dainty enamel and semi-precious stones. The car'y purchaser luu the variety to choose from. ?08 Chasel Street. NEW HAVEN. CT EDWARD P. BRETT, BUILDEK AND CONTRACTOR. Rawing, Turning and Jobbing la Wood of All Kinds. Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work. Pack lng Boxes. 7 TROUT STREET. FR1SI) CHATF1ELD, Pres. and Treas. JAMES H. CHATF1ELD. Secy. The Geo, M, Grant Co, MASONS km GENERAL CONTRACTORS. 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