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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1908.
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. MAYOR'S YETO , IS RESPECTED (Continued from First Pane.) MARCEL WAVING. If you ask why ninrrrl waving linn hceii the style since. It rnmo In, tlio answer Is bccatino It. In the rial InillQlInn of the nnturul wave, which is bcnuUl'ul and beronilng to any Imlr of any shade. It keeps thn lmlr In slmpe, helps 11 great Ucul to make an artistic coiffure, (,'Ivoh u soft and smooth look to rough and course hair, and In appearance lncrcuscs the amount of thin and line hair. Wo lmve a man expert In this branch, and we know you will bo pleased with his work. Marcel waving la an art; requires uptltudn, hklll and practice, and, moreover, requires strciiirtli. Manicuring, Chiropody, Hair Dressing. Full Line Toilet Creams, Ilnlr Tonics, etc. Mary E. Lengel. "NEAR the PUMP" Summer Comfort Bpend a comfortable summer. Do not look forward to the . heated term with so much dread. Underwear of modern build and fabric is the secret. The many Improvements In man- , ufacture will really surprise you. ' You'll be glad to be surprised. 'We espeeinlly recommend Dr. Delmel's Linen Me&h." Full Assortments of Summer Goods for Men, Hats to Hosiery. PERSONAL NOTES j Mrs. Thomas R. Trowbridge of Elm street has closed her house In town to spend a few weeks at Indian Neck. Prof. Jepson and family of Law rence street are now at Stony Creek where they will spend the remainder of the hot season. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Benedict have pone to Paul Smiths In the Adiron dack for the summer as Is their cus tom each year. Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Benedict end Mr. Harry Benedict are also at this delightful summer resort. (INCORPORATED) OPP. THE TOWN PUMP IS IT ENJOYABLE? Da yoa Ilk to mrm oB,t people with defect! taathf ' Da rum mot etfcef .nutil aa aa tlatreasa II roura rrara tmmt way? Row 4oat let bayou h hcln of a mmti deatlat. II an of yont teeth la mlaalag, fuva na unut iaa apaca inn. la a earaa eoler, aaapa aad alaa at fat natural aaa . PHIU. DENTAL ROOMS 781 CHAPEL ST. Mrs. F. G. Wllmot and Miss Norma Wilmot of 16 Elm street are at Nar- raKansett Pier for a few weeks. Rev. W. W. Leete, pastor of the Dwlght Place church, with Mrs. Leete and their family will close their Chapel street house the middle of July and will go to their summer homo at Hastlng'a Landing, New Hampshire. They will be away until early In Sep tember. Mr. Edward IC. Smith, Vale '06, Is home on a visit to his parents on Per kins street. Mr. Smith Is an Instruc tor at Lake Placid school, Cocoanut Grove, Florida. Miss Clara E. Dunham of Strong school and Miss Sarah Knouse of Orange street school, have Joined Clark's vacation tour ana gone abroad for their summer vacation. They sailed from New York on the steamer Columbia on July 4 and will visit places of Interest In England and on the continent. MISS CHAMILF.TTS OnCHKSTTt . Miss Nellie B. Chandler, leader of Bishop's Colonnade orchestra, Is a mu sician from start to finish. She henen for tho ronsons that this finding and recommendations of your committee havo been baaed on the petition and representations of tho United t?tu t -S Standard Voting Muehlno company alone, tliut your committee routined Its Inquiry and examination to one partleulur kind o voting machine, namely that manufactured by tho peti tioner, and thut sutltclent opportunity has not been given to tho makers of rival machines to enter into tho com petition and present their claims in behalf of their rcspuctlvo products. It seems to mo In no other way can in formation as to tho working of ma chine voting In general t r as to tho defects and Impi ifectlous of any par ticular stylo of voting muehlno bo more readily obtained than by Invit ing and securing tho competition of rival manufacturers, who may reason ably be expected not only to set forth the merits of their own goods, but to point out and bring to light substant ially ull tho defects und Imperfections in the construction and operation of their competitor's products, somo of which may not bo perceptible to or rceoRnlzable by ordinary lay Inves tigators. In my opinion, the value of the voting machine Is largely to bo estimated In the light of knowledge of Its shortcomings and defucts, Its lia bility to derangement and the facility ot wrongrui manipulation as well ns by considerations of Its eiiiclency and accuracy under favorable conditions, when carefully and properly handled, and not tampered with for wrongful and fraudulent purposes. I am aware of the fact that tho Unltud States Standard machines have been In practical operation for somo time and that favorable reports and opinions as to their operation havo been received from a number of cities where they have been adopted and used. I olso know that there are other communities where their use has not been attended by such satis factory results, but on '.lie contrary has been followed by strong demands for their removal nnd abandonment and the return to the former method of voting. I am Informed that the city ot Chi cago, havliin at Its disposal the sum of $100,000 for the purchase of voting machines, recently made, through Its board of elections, an exhaustive ex amination of the leading types of vot ing machines. Specifications were ln sued, bids asked, and a fair und open competition -afforded. The competing bidders were given and took alvnntago of the opportunity to criticise each oth er's machines with the result that the purchase was postponed, presumably until Improvements In tho machines should have been made remedying tho Imperfections and deficiencies brought out In the Investigation, it has been given out that the Standard company Is one which has undertaken to make such change and Improvements In It machines as would meet the objec tions raised. Whether those It propos es to Install In New Haven ore of such an approved type or of a kind that, will soon become obselete should be nf-cer-talned before tho taxpayers' moqey should be spent on them. Vnder the circumstances I do not consider It wise or consistent with round busbies principles to commit opinion states that It Is perfectly with in the legal power of the board to abate hose taxes as the time for pay ment starts April 1, nnd they are now current taxes, Mr. Kogcr closes by siiylng tlmt he does not recommend the action of abating the taxes that way, however, though It Is legally all right. Mayor Martin sent in to the board his appointment of Henry T. Blake, president of the pmk commissioners us a member of the new record com mlsMon, which the general assembly authorized at the bust session. The appointment has to bo ratified hy the hoard, which was unanimous ly done lust night. Then came up the ordinance for licensing the keeping for salo ot Il luminating fluids, and this, the last matter of Importance which was tak en up by thu board was also referred back to tho ordinance committee, which has had the matter under con sideration for some time. This did not go back to tho committee, how ever, without some debate. There was opposition to It on the ground thai it was not correctly framed and put too heavy a tax on small dealers. Al derman Healy said that It was Inten ded to refer to the largo dealers main ly und control them, but under Us provisions those who even kept one pint of lluld were subject to, the line provided. Ailderman Belden did not think It a right ordinance to pass und others thought that it did not cover tho situation as It should bo covered, so It had better go hack to the com mittee to be rcf rallied." A resolution was passed that a spe cial committee of five be appointed to ascertain whether or not the telephone and telegraph poles and feed wires of tho trolley company which are now overhead can be placed under ground and Khold public hearings on thb question of the removal of the wires and placing them underground. This Is the start of a movement to have the air cleared of all the wires possible nnd bids fair to havo Important results. Tlio following committee was appoint ed by the chair, Burke, Allen, Miller, Foley nnd Belden. Another resolution to look Into the conduct of tho city englnrcr was Intro duced at tho meeting. The resolution calls for tho board to authorize and di rect tho director of public works to re port to tho board at Its next regular meeting the authority under which the city engineer changes the curbs, side walks nnd other street lines from thos that have been Jong established by the city nnd In particular why he changed the curb lines on tho Norton street ex tension. This was Introduced by Alder man Stanton and wns passed. On unanimous consent the seweri which were recominerjded for May street and Whalley avenuo were pass ed. A vote of thanks was received from the A. O. H., thanking the city for ordering tho Illumination of the Green for the time of tho state meet ing here In August. ' Two big bond Issues were authorized by the board last night, each being for the sum of $100,000. The first Is for per manent pavements and the second for school. In tho absence of President Allen of tho hoard, Alderman Mulvey presided over tho meeting. Another meeting of the board will be held two weeks from last night. resolutions Is Thomas F. Noon. Homer S. dimming. Stamford, was selected by the Connecticut delegation for the new national committee. GUFFEYJTRIUMPHANT Pennsylvania Boss lte-i:i"eted (luilr ninu of the Kelegallon, Denver, Col , July fl -Tlio ro-electlon ot Col. Jamca M. Guffey ot Pittsburg as member ot tho democratic national committee from Pennsylvania was pre ceded by a lively scene in the roof gar den of tho Adams hotel, whero the meotlngs of tho delegation were held. Special Interest attached to the Penn sylvania meeting, owing to tho recent Interchange of crlllclHins between Col Guffey and Mr. Bryan and the known opposition of the latter to Guffey's re election. Promptly at 11 o'clock tho antl Gultey men who favored tho election of Jumes Kerr to the national com mltteei' marched Into the place, d dozen or more of them being dele Kales, the rest a large crowd of Inter ested followeis. Before the meeting had been called to order John H. Fow of Philadelphia, one ot the contest ants, shouted a motion to the effect that inasmuch as there were still con toHta unsettled, the meeting be post poned until 6 p. in. L. McQulnlon of Butler, seconded the motion und Fow put It to a vote. There was a great chorus of "Ayes" and without further delay the Kerr ad herents marched for tho stalrwuy, fol lowed by shouts from tho Guffey people of "Cowards." Coma down In the alley," retorted tho denartinir Kerr men, and well show you whether we are cowards. There were about 40 of the Guffey delegates left when the objectors had derarted nnd Col. Guffey, arriving soon after In person proceeded to call tho meeting to order as If nothing hnd happened. Of the forty present, four were holders of proxies, threo were In place by formal substitution. William J. Brcnimn of Pittsburg, nominated Col. Guffey for chairman ot the delegation, and he was eleclid with cnthiu Insm. A Touch of Elegance A touch of rlegnnce Is given any table by the use of attractive anil dependable- china, such a tlio Mlnton, Cnuldon, Doulton, Pouyat, Avenlr and llavllund wares. c mm The Thermos , ' Bottles For outings picnics, yachting, hunting, canoeing, or nny kind of a trip jou may have hot or cold drinks always' ready If they are put In tho bottle before you start. A. F. WYLIE.821 Chapel St, Succeasor to John Bright A Co. Furs Stored Free! Where garments are made over or remodeled during summer we make no charge for storage. Friend E. Brooks. Don't forget the address, 746 Chapel Street. , Telephone 003-3. Room 7. op 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. II embodies the best parts of the best autos. We make the car and know whut It Is. We use it and know what it does. The Continental Automobile Klanf'g Co. , 121 Olive Street. 'Phone 1087-12. vi o n Intense Itching Eczema Drove Him Nearly to Despair Chief Surgeon of a London Hospital Called It Tel. 2140. Worst Case He Had Ever Seen Got Little or No Relief Until PEROLIN 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. juJ Thompson & Belden, 396-398 State St. Seasonable Sale at Special Prices. in Refriqerators Reduced PriceEntire Stock. $14 "Garland" now $11.20. S 54 stone-lln'ed White Mountain now $36. Three $15 'Garlands" now $12 each. Two $23 "Garlands" now $18.40 ' each. $20.00 "Garlands" now $16.00. $28.50 "Garlands'" now $22. E0. $15.50 "National" now $12.40. Etc., Etc. Large Swinging Seat. Holds three people; a,ll green; hangs from celling by heavy chains; six only. Regular $5. Special for $3.25. "M00DJ" PIAZZA RUGS, made In India of hemp rope artis tic, verydurable. Reduced as fol lows: Size 9x12 feet, were $19, now $12. Size 7xl0 feet, were $17, now $10. iSlze 4x7 feet, were $5.00, now $3.75 Size 3x6 feet, were $3.00, now $2.00 Size Ix3 feet, were 90c, now 50c Bring piazza measurements with you. A very few of some of these sizes. , Hence will not bo sent on approval or exchanged. MISCELLANEOUS. 3x6 "Crex" Rugs for $110. 45c best China Matting, 116-warp, for 29c per yard. $'.40 five-foot rag rugs for 99c. Two green dinner wagons for serving lunch on the lawn, reduced from $5 and $10 to $4 and $7.50. Axminster Rugs Reduced. Best quality Axmlnsters reduced In price simply to get your name on our ledger. It's no more possible for you to go wrong here than for a woman to get off a street car face forward. Seamless 6x9 Axmlnsters, regular $20,' this week only $13.60. Seamless 41Ax6la Axmlnsters, reg ( ular $10, this week only $6.75. Seamless 8x6 Axmlnsters, regular .', $4.40, this week only $3.25. No" Exchanges. THE CHAMBERLAIN CO. Crown and Orange Sis. "Corner" Cm m MISS CHAXDTjEB. an amatur orchestra, which for three years she drilled and conducted, ac cepting engagements all the time. There were 75 ladles In the orchestra, and at the Columbian exposition they created a furore, playing with Sousa's band the entire engagement. The baton used by Miss Chandler, of dark mahogany, tipped with Ivory and dec orated with silver, wns the property of the late P. S. Gllmore, and used by him at the time of the great Peace Jubilee. Miss Chandler's musicians will play at the Colonnade the entire sea son.. 1 ner work as an orchestn lraaer In !the city of New Haven to so marked Worcester, 'Mass., where she organized land Important a rhanso In Its election methods and to the expenditure of so larjre a sum of money ns tho passago of the recommended order entails until after a more thorough and complete In vestigation and as free nnd open a competition as possible It should he rlenrly established that whatever type of voting machine is to tie anoptert ror .New Haven Is the verv best on the market and free from surh deferts and objections as mlRht out weigh the advantages claimed In a the oretical way by the advocates of the inarrhlne ?vf tem of voting. I therefore recommend that vour honorable body take the matter of the purchase of voting; machines under further consideration, provide for a Lmore complete examlnallon, and afford competing manufacturers of voting ma chines ample opportunity to appear and he heard before a committee of your hoard nnd to make exhibition of their goods, if they deem fit. Respectfully submitted. JAMES H . MARTIN, New Haven, July 6, -Mayor. Tho next matter taken up was thn veto of the relocation of tracks and this wns likewise sustained and re ferred bnck to the committee, Tn these words the mayor expressed tho reason for his disapproval of this measure: My reasons for disapproving said re port and order are thnt Ornnd nvenuo has been recently widened upon tl;o south side at and nenr its lunctlon with fitnte street nfter menv years of agitation and at. a cost, to the city of more than $20,000, for the purpose of providing for more room between the curb lino and the ncare.'4. car track and thereby obviating the great danger from rapidly tinsslner en's to both pe destrian and team trnfflc; that the plans submitted provide for thn re moval of the tracks .so much nearer to tho curb as to restore In a larno meas ure old conditions, revive the danger that It was Intended to avert, nnd less en the provision for greater public, con venience and safety which has result ed from the said improvement and its largo cost. Tho director of public works, the city enclneor and the president of the per manent pavement commission am all opposed to the relocation of the tracks as recommended, and believe it to be unnecessary, uncalled for and Inexpedi ent, Then there was the first reading of tho committee on contagious disease hospital on which a determined flftht had been expected. Jewell street, the Westvllle site which was favorably re ported, is much opposed by the citi zens of that section of the city and the fight was expected to come out before the board last night but. there was none and tho matter wns calmly referred back to the committee for further consideration. Corporation Counsel Rogers sent In his declwlon regarding the legality of the board abating taxes which are due this year and the time for payment of which does not end until August 1. The abatement of these taxes - were questioned at a meeting of the board a few weeks ago and pending a legal decision of the matter by the corpo ration counsel all taxes on this list that came up were held up. The UNITING TO .OPPOSE THE PEERLESS ONE (Continued from First Page.) the bitterest manner. He charged that the eight Guffey delegates were elected by tho aid of republicans nnd thnt the rankest frnuds were perpe trated. Poth Donnelly and Ryan, who spoke In support of the regular delega tion, replied In kind to tho charges. Hyan became bitter In his denunciation of D'lly, cnlllng hint "puppy," and "upstart nnd finally grew' so violent In his denunciation that Committeeman Allison of Virginia, called him to order and caused him to withdraw jjils state ments. 'After listening to crilnntlon and recrlmlnntlons for an hour and a half, thn sub-commltte took these con tests under advisement, and will rer port tomorrow jaornlng. Clean, Pure, Wholesome, Invigorating Our Ices and Ice Creams Made without trickery, of Sweet Cream, Country Eggs and Fresh Ripe Fruit. The Ice creams are smooth, nnd Just right. frozen Our Ices are crystal clear, not like packed snow. AVc don't use gelatine. Call 774 and order direct. IMnis-MAETGa SULLIVAN STILL BOSS Illinois Delegation Goes Against firy- nil's Wishes Fntlmslastlenlly. Denver, Col., July 6. Against the wishes of William J. Bryan, the Illi nois delegation to-day re-eleofed Rog er C. Sullivan, democratic nntlona committeeman for the state of Illinois, nnd also chalrmnn of the delegation. They also, against Mr, Bryan's wish es, made known to the delegation, elected Samuel Alschuler, a member of the committee on resolutions, In place of Edwa'd F Dunne. Mr. Sulll van sought to have the delegation re consider their action and elect In his stead as national committeeman, Charles Boenschenstein, but In that he was overruled, Mr. Boenschenstein cleelnrtng'lhat his name be withdrawn Thn announcement of the election of Mr. Sullivan was greeted with vocif erous applause. , NOON AND CUMMINGS and Chosen Members of Resolutions New National Committees. Many of the state delegations at Denver will not bold their caucuses until to-morrow morning. The Con nectlcut member of the committee on GOOD from start to finish a dish of CUTICURA STOPPED HIS UNBEARABLE TORTURE "Ahout four jrars ago, In London, 1 was troubled by a severe itching and ory, scuny sum on my ankles and foet. The same, In a few days, was tho case with mv arms and scalp. I - u 1 d liardJv keen from scratchlng.which, I need hardly say, made It worse. 1 hen large red patches appeared, with inflammation and soreness. After ten days. thousands of small red pimples formed. On becoming dry, theeo caused Intense Itching. I was advised to go to the hospital for dicea.w of the skin. I did to and was an out-patient for a month or moro, tho chief surgeon saying: 'I never saw such a bad case of eczema.' But I got littlo or no roliof. Then I tried many so-called remedies, but I be came so bad that I almost gave up In despair. On coming to this country I heard so many accounts of cures by Cutl cura Remodies thnt, I resolved, as a Inst resource, to give them a trial. This was after suffering agonies for twelvo months, and rifjht gluu am I that I did 10, for I was relieved of the almost un bearable itching after . two or threo applications of Cuticura Ointment.- I continued its ueo, combined with a liberal ueo of Cuticura Soap and Cuti cura Resolvent Pills and am more than thankful to say that after using throe nets of tho Remedies, I wns completely cured. I can only aad that, should any one be suffering na I did, I hope that, they will do as I did, and I am sure of thn results. Henry fiearlo, 2022 Cross 6t.,LiUloRock, Ark., Oct. 8 and 10, '07." Conplfl Fxtcnml and Internal Trniitnwnt for Bvi-rr Humor of tnfatftn. Clillrtrtn. and Adults imn.tii of Cutlnirn Sohji (25o.) to cleftiw the Skin, c.uiL'iira Ointment i.IOo.) to liml the Skin, and iJntlPMni Rewilvrnt fr0(),(nr In the form of Chnrolnte CouUnI PIIIk. Mti. per vlnl f 60) to Purify the nitwit, fol-i throuirhotit the world. Potter Driin s Chem, (Jwrt., Hole I'rora., Ronton, Mum. ar-Malled Fre, Cutlain Book on Bkln Dlwaeet, II KOAL" R.....i. QUALITY aa'f'a'B'B'BBBB'MBBBBBBB'M W. F. Gilbert & Co, (Incorporated) 65 Church St. Opp. P. 0. Twenty-fourth Year. MHTOPlBMfrMC QHLOSBUTLHr Regular Session Day and Kvenlng. SUMMER SCHOOL. Tlionc 3100. SIDNEY RKHMX RUTLKK, Pres. Klevntor, Y. M. C. A. Riillding. That Lost Key That lost key, tost time In search and worry, might all have been avoided if you only had taken the precaution to have lind a "duplicate" made In time. Like eyeglasses, It's a good thing to have two. They don't cost much at The Gun Store, 5 CHURCH STREET. . .H...f.iMft-H-H4 INVERTED LAMP. 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. Post Toasties (Formerly called v Elijah's Mnium ) It's tho crisp "toasty" flavour. "The Toste Lingers." rui'ltafit's, two sizes, 10 and 15c, Made from pearly white Corn by Postum Cereal Company, Limited, Battle Creek, Mich. JBSS2B3BBBM SINGERS TAKE NOTICE. I earn to Rend m d Slna; at SlKbt. After years of stttfly unci research 1 have completed a method of sight singing', concadtid by the best vocal teachers and musicians to be tho best, simplest und most cumpleto method ever devised. Anyone whether talent ed or not can with this system learn to sing or play at night in tho short est possible time. 1 guarantee uaUa faction. Corroppondonco solicited. 0. F. RQBBINS, Principal, studio, TIO Cliniirl St., '770 Campbell Xvn. DOLLARS myca nro (,,,1,j;rs MADE You eun wive good dollius by buying Field and Marine Uliihses of mc. 1 ant closing them out regardless of cost. C. M. PARKER 810-A Chnfcl SU Entriinco 810 !J. Salesroom, 93 Crown Street. ft' aaj mm a) 1 1 r . t , . ,i ill 'I SlSSK Tel.3610 Jlrtistic-ifteinsiials 6RAtfffi- MARBIX - BRONZE- mTHOS.PHlLLIFS&SON Co H8 SYLVAN AVE; II ORE' CAR DAN DWUGHT-5HULD- BE-GIVEN'THE'SELECTN cWlMENTALWRKTriAK' PERHAPS ANYTHING MONEY CAN BUY