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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1008.
B B B SECONDS: Twenty-five Dozen BBB Seconds now on sale for 75 cents each. Regular Price $1.50 and $2.50. This reduction has been (made with the consent of the BBB Pipe Company.) The L L Stoddard Tobacco Go. 940 Chapel Street. "NEAR the PUMP" Summer Comfort Bpend a comfortable lummer, i Do not look forward to tho heated term with so much dread. Underwear of modern build i and fabric is the secret. The many Improvements In man ' ufacture will really surprise you. You'll be glad to be surprised, "We especially recommend Dr. Dclmcl's Linen Mceh." ; i Full Assortments of I Summer Goods for Men, i Hats to Hosiery. If. HIUS XKW IIOMF.STKA1). (INCORPORATED) OPP. THE TOWN PUMP A Few Special Uses for Loose Leaf Goods. Purchase Order Systems, Manifold Order Blanks, Salesmen's Records, Per petual Ledgers General, Sales and Creditors; Records of Checks Drawn. Record of Petty Cash Disbursements, Material and Ijabor Records, Combin ed Cash and Journal Leaves, Monthly Statement Systems, Order Blanks. Bill and Charge Blanks, Shipping and City Delivery Receipts, Record, of In voices Payable and Distribution, Record ef Cssh Reclved, Bank Statement. Bills Payable and Receivable Forms, Time and Payroll Records, Invoice Fil ing Systems. Tll ns your wants and let as shon inn Mm. wm-v In irMch tm mi .... lime and money. John R. Rembert&Co, 262 State St. Everything for the Offloe. Two 'Phones IF C. M. PARKER . THE OPT1CIST, T verv much lri evidence pleasing r people with correct ntting eyeglasses and Spectacles in nis new omces. '810-A Chapel Street, Entrance 810)4 YOU ARE PARTICULAR CONSULT Ryder's Printing House 78 CENTER STREET. John St. I.uvtTHico Runs Ilotli the Old mid tho New. The cut on this page shows tho An santawae as remodeled by Mr. St. Lawrence and now opened for guests. On the left of the building Is the drlvoway to side entrance. It con tinues back to the largo auto garage (holding twenty or more autos), tho carrliige-houso and stable, and auto supply station, which Is In charge of an expert chauffeur and mechanic. Tho stock includes all kinds of autto supplies. On the right Is shown the now din ing room and voranda. ' This Is an Ideal summer dining hall windows opening on throo sides, with brood verandas front and end, and keeping, up the Idea and sentiment of the Old Homestead. Tho old Hill grape vino has been replanted and promises to thrive In Its new abodo. On main floor front Is the regular dining hall, with beautiful hand- palntod frieze, depicting scenes In Germany, France, Holland, Sicily, Russia, Ireland and New York city. Back of this on the sldo Is a gentle men's Dutch barroom. There Is also ono large party dining room on this floor and tho various other rooms In cident to the needs of a hotel, flno kltchcrt, large Ice-box, etc., all modern and complete. The ladles' parlor Is on second floor to the left of stairway beautifully furnished, nice wash-room adjoining and fine outlook from windows and veranda. Lady touring rrtles will find It a desirable adjunct while awaiting dinners. On this floor are also three large party dining rooms. On the third or upper floor are the living apart ments of Mr. St. Lawrence and family. It Is Mr. St. Lawrence's Intention, at the end of this season, to remove the old original HHPs Homestead to his large lawn on the east or right of pic ture. It Is purely a matter of sentiment. It will be used then for occasional par ty dinners. Up to that time Its cuisine and service will be kept up to lti( pres ent standard when It goes It will go with honor. The new Hill's Homestead Is one of the most beautiful locations on the west shore. The surroundings are quiet and spacious, and the outlook over the harbor exceptionally fine. The entire waterfront Is clear, with the exception of the long pier belonging to the house, which will be reserved for guests as a promenade. likely he might not reach the national capital until Monday morning. At the conference with the president. Secretary Tuft find Ills successor, Oen. Wright, will consider pending matters before tho wnr department, and In ad dition tho secretary will dlwcuss with President Koosovolt tho selection of a republican national chairman. The change In his pluns made nec essary by the -prusldeiit's attendance upon the boat race whs quite satisfac tory to Secretary Taft, as he desires to meet In conference some friends In New York city on Friday. IIo prob ably will go to New York on Friday morning. Whom he will meet thero has not yet been disclosed, but It Is certain that the conference will relate to the selection of a chairman of the republican nutlonal committee. Sec retary Taft has Indicated his desire to obtain from republican leaders and his own Intimate political friends a consensus of opinion us to tho selec tion of a chairman, It Is not unlikely that ho muy meet Frank 11. Hitch cock, tho Washington manager of his preliminary campaign for tho nomin ation, as It Is known that It Is Mr. Hitchcock's Intention to como east for at least a brief vacation. The secretury said last night that he expected to take dinner with somo friends In New York on Friday night. At that dinner It Is nssured that tho national chairmanship will bo consid ered In nil Its phases. The secretary Indicated definitely that no Intimation of an announcement concerning the selection of a chairman would bo mado until after tho meeting of tho sub committee of tho national com mittee In Washington on tho first of July. "I am not discussing politics these days," said tho secretary, laughingly. "I am here to enjoy myself and for tho next three or four days I shall bo once more purely a Ynlo man." With all the Joy of an undergradu ate and nil the dignity of a member of the corporation Secretary Taft has entered Into the formal exercises and Informal festivities Incident to com mencement week at his alma mater. He has been asked to dine and to de liver addresses on numberless occas ions during the week, but has been compelled to decline mnny of tho In vitations on account of lack of time. "I nm not omnipresent," he re marked, "although I should like to he for commencement week." During his stay hero Mr. Taft has been given tho use of John Day Jackson's automobile, and to-dny will probably ride out to the gp.me In It. TAFT'S SPEECH . AT LAW SCHOOL ROOSEYELT AND TAFT FOR RACES (Continued from First Page.) Secretary Heartily Greeted as He Addresses Members of the Graduating; Class, GOOD ADVICE TO THE MEN Importance of Reading Decisions uud Following Discus sions In Law Reviews. duty to the court, If you have oppor tunity to tuke criminal cases, to bo come a prosecutor, tuke them for crim inal law developed recognition of tho Importance of facts, I venture to say that with presentation of facts are needed the men who have had experi ence In criminal cases show greater skill. . 1 nm glad to havo this opportunity to speak to you. r.ecuuae wo have been out thirty years, we must not forgot that we have a great deal to learn, Tuka the advice tt Judge Clark In pre paring your cases; sit up nights anil prepare your statement of facts, put H In plain language, and I know you will reach the heart of the oourt, I know that I must have, reached the heart ot ustlco Jilatelnord, when, as solicitor general, I rose and asked to have dis missed forty uninese appeal cases, i ue Judge wrote me a letter praising my prompt, dismissal uf thu cane, and as- for ma, I thank you heartily tor this oppor tunity of speaking to you, J. P. MORGAN, J. F. STEVENS, . OTTOBANNARD (Continued from First Pago.) to his home at Sagamore Hill In time for such a conference on Friday as ho desires to have with Secretary Taft and General Wright. Secretary Taft and Gen. Wright will go to Oyster Bay on Saturday morning for an extended conference with the president. It has not been determined yet whether the secretary will remain at Sagamore Hill Saturday night, but It Is not unlikely that he may. It Is his present Intention, as ho stated last night, to return to Washington some time on Sunday, although he thought It Spooner of Wisconsin naturally en couraged the rumor that he will to morrow receive the degree of LL.D. A constitutional lawyer of exceptional ability, it was said of him by Senator Orvllle H. Piatt of this state, when he resigned from tho upper chamber of congress, that the country could not afford to lose his services. In honoring such men as Mr. Morgan, Mr. Rannard, Mr. Stevens and Mr. Spooner, Yale uni versity again lives up to her democratic powers of discrimination. Late last night two other names were added to the list ot those that are to be honored. The degree of LL.P. Is to he con ferred upon Samuel J. Elder, '73, a dis tinguished lawyer of Boston and a del egate to the recent republican conven tion In Chicago, The other man Is William Kent, Yale '81, of Chicago, who Is distinguished for his Interest In the conservation of American forests and other national re sources. Some time ago he bought large tracts of California timber land and turned them over to the govern ment. He was also a leader In the Chi cago municipal reform movement. An M. A. Is In store for him, It Is said. The reception accorded Secretary Taft at tho Luw school exercises yes terday was a rousing one. After the applauso hud subsided Mr. Taft said that thirty years ago a band of good fellows In Yalo took a pledge that they would stand by each other, "Two or threo weeks ago," bo said, "I re ceived a letter saying that twe- or three of those men were under a load and It was the business of every '78 mnn to come In and help. Had I known that John Proctor Clark was going to bo here to help Ed Whitney 1 shouldn't havo come In. I expect to have speaking enough without hunting for It. (Applause). Judge Clark has spoken eloquently and given you men substantial Instruction on practicing law. Possibly I could add something to It. He suggested that when you have a woman as a witness to lead her along easily. I would add to let tho woman alone. . And tho more Ignorant the woman the more certain this advlco should be taken for 1 have seen a woman who could not spell her name put a pretty brainy lawyer to flight. There Is something about the Intul Hon of a female, especially on cross examination, that leads her to alway give you Information that you do not want with the result that she Is In vited off the stand as soon as possl ble. Judge Clark told you to go out Into the world and get at facts; when you have a case to get right down to the actual conditions surrounding those facts. I rather think It depopds upon tho person. I don't think a lawyer needs to be ndvlsed. An office without clients Is not likely to be conducive to keep him there; he's likely to get out on his own Initiative and get In touch with people and things. I began with slight legal education and I was made aware of my fallings early. If there are defects In one's early training it Is difficult to overcome them. You young men are- learning the science of the law which many of those who have preceeded you found It hard to ac quire. I urge you not to Rive up study of that science of the law. Follow tho discussion of cases in law reviews, read the decisions of the courts and the de cree of the United States courts and add to your kfiowledge In a thorough way. The days you pass In contem plation of the walls of your office waiting for clients to come are days which should be made of value. In those days you ought to lay the foundations of the years of success to come. Another thing In the practice of law to pursue is the principle of well what I shall call the 'get there max Im." The administration of criminal law of the country Is defective. Mem bers of the bar do not recognize that their duty Is not only to the court hut to their' clients at large. A lnwyer Is not Justified in resorting to the tricks of a pettifogger Just to Indicate that the man sitting beside him Is his client, We are having a general moral awnk enlng and the members of the bar need that awakening Just as certain as men In other walks of life. We cannot af ford to sacrifice everything for suc cess, not permit loyalty to a client to carry one beyond the line marked by Wedding and Commencement Gifts. Quaint Bits of Fine China. Sparkling Pieces, Cut Glass. Mnyoiiulsc Howls, Comports, Nut Sets, Ron-lion Dishes, cto, Relish Dishes. Ice Glasses, Kpoon Trays, Toilet Hollies, Flower Vases. Exquisite Selections in Rock Crystal Rose Bowls,. Berry Dishes, Decanters, Pitchers, Wine Glasses, etc. A. F. WYLIE. 821 Chapel St. Successor to John Bright A Co. ROYAL FAMILY GROWS Second Son Horn to Queen Victoria ot Spain, Mddrll, June 22, A son was born to Queen Victoria of Spain to-night. Quoen Victoria, formerly . Princess Ena of Pattenburg, and King Alfonso wero married at Madrid on May 31, 1906. Their first son was born on May 10, 1907. m Eczema Began When a Tiny Baby and Lasted 7 Years Tore Crusts from Face Till It was All Raw Screamed with Pain and Could not Sleep Though Specialists Failed CUTICURAEFFECTED A WONDERFUL CURE "When my little boy was six weeks old an eruption broke out on bis face. i took mm to a doc tor and got ointments and medicines but his face kept on getting worse until it got so bad- that no one could look at him. His whole face was one crust and must have been very painful. He scratched day and night until his face sometimes looked like a raw piece of meat. I was nearly Insane with his scratching day and night. Then I took him to all the best specialists in skin diseases but they could not do much for him. He sometimes screamed with pain when I put on the salve they gave me. "When he was two years old the eoiema got on his arms and legs so that I had to keep them bandaged up and I made gloves for his hands so the nails could not poison him worse. We could not get a night's sleep in months nd my husband and I were all broken Furs Stored Free! Where garments are made over or remodeled , during summer we make no charge for storago. Friend E. Brooks. Don't forget the address, 746 Chapel Street. Telephone 003-3. Room 7. up one flight YOU SAVE A THOUSAND DOLLARS WHEN YOU BUY A CONTINENTAL AUTOMOBILE Come and wo will prove to you that this statement is true. We will demonstrate the car and you will admit there's none better. It embodies the best parts of the best autos. We make the car and know what It Is. We use It unci know what It does. . The Continental Automobile 121 Olive Street. Nianfg Co. Phone 1087-12. PERO N Original DUST Absorber. It absorbs dust, cleans floors, kills germs and minimizes labor. Is non-combustible. "Please deliver us 1,000 pounds Perolin, same as before. Marshall, Field & Co." They ought to know. You ought to try. Comes in 50 and 100-pound drums $3. 50 per 100. Thompson & Belden, Tel. 2140. 396-398 State St. up. Then my mother asked why I did not (rive ud tho doctors and trv Cutlcura. So I got a set and he felt relieved the first time I used them, the Cuticura Ointment felt so cool. He used to wake up and ask for Cuti cura to be put on when he Itched so badly that he could not sleep, and he would say, 4 Oh I Mama, that makes my sores feel so good! I gave the Cuticura Remedies a good trial and gradually the eczema healed all up and now he is as well as any other chil dren. He is now seven years old and the cure has lasted two months, to I think It will never return. I can't tell you how olad I am that Cuticura did such wonderful work in our case and I shall recommend it everywhere, Mrs. John O. Klumpp, 80 Niagara St., Newark, N. J., Oct. 17 and 22, 1007.'' A Untie ft nt rmirura Rrairdln, ronalatln ot ntlcurn Soul) (25c). Ointment (Me), uud R'.ol- vrnt fAOr.l. or Pill (JSp. n.r vim ot SO). I. nftni Bifllrl. nt lo rtire. Sold ttirntiihout th. world Potter ni curat. Corp.. Sol Prom., Roman. Muv Maura fret, cuueur. unot on nm inwuei. St Lawrence's New HILL'S HOMESTEAD II KOAL" Represents Vivrtfal I . I jjf W. F. Gilbert & Co 65 Church St. Opp. P. 0. The Trout ) tttt y l et Season Ends )JU11 , It behooves the sportsman to get busy. Get your rod, reel, line, lenders and hooks here, and If you don't conic home with a basket of nice speckled beauties the fault Is not In your outfit. Remember, we keep open evenings, so If you've overlooked nny. thing we can fix you out and let you start bright and early next morning. The Gun Store, 5. Church St. AT SAVIN ROCK Formerly . The Quinnipiac-Ansantawae. I Open all-year-round. I .-,,.:,.., rue n n 11 11 ii i) 11 iln fl 0 " ilk The Original Hill's Homestead Will be open for Balance of Season. Place Beautifully Refitted, Refurnished, Remodeled and Enlarged. A LARGE NEW DINING HALL AND VERANDA. CARRIAGE HOUSE, AUTO GARAGE AND SUPPLY STATION. John St. Lawrence, Prop'r. Telephone 9304-2 (not in book). INVERTED LAMP. i 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 .P44'H'4,W'W . ; 1 JlrMc-ifteiasrials 6RANUE- MARJ3LL ran v a TTtti in n . n T ft I'. Tire H rnll YXJ N n mmi Tel. 3810 , 148 SYLVAN AVE. U ORE'CARE'ANPWGHT'3lfUUE-GIVEN.THE'3ELECTIN 0F'MoNUMENTAL'WRK'lnArv rERnAPJ'flrnTnircQ' ti-3C' FN EY CANBUYi