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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COUMER, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1908.
u College-Rented PIANOS Now At Steinert's At this time each year we get back the pianos from our extensive student rentals. With few exceptions students rent new pianos. Hence these instru ments , are chiefly 1908 styles, used only a few months amusement now and then, They have been all gone over, put in- perfect order and may be bought . at a great reduc tion. For example : 2 Largest Size Curtis Cabinet Grand Walnut Uprights. $210 1 Curtis Mahogany Upright. .,. $210 1 Curtis Oak Upright $210 3 Woodbury Mahogany Uprights $225 2 Woodbury Walnut Upright3 $225 2 Jewett Mahogany Uprights ; . . $275 1 Jewett Oak Upright $275 We also have Steinway & Sons, Decker Ero3., dick ering, Knabe, Cramer, Hamilton, Pianola Pianos, etc. THE M. STEINERT 6 SONS CO., 777 CHAPEL DIRBl' FOREIGN ECHOES. Paris, July !. M. C. Jacobus of :ce York, a member, of ttie l-gal firm i t Archibald & Jacobus of thin city, U Paris to-dny for Casablanca to repi-, sent the I'nlted States government a the sittings of the Internationa; clnlms commission, Copenhagen, July fl. King Frederick to-day granted a special audience to Jacob A. Rils of New York, with whom he chattei for nn hour reiririlntr Amcr. lesn affairs, Including President Roose velt's contemplated trip. The king ex pressed the hope that the president would visit Denmark. St. Petersburg. July 6. A dispatch received to-day by the "ovoe Vremya from Its correspondent at Urumlah. Per sian Armenia, where the situation U HOTELS AMD RESTAURANTS. 135-137 UMMX ST. HIGH-CLASS GERMAN RESTAURANT. Imported Beers a Specialty. Rus'nes Men's Noon Lunch BO Cent. A. D. BF.LL. . , .Proprietor Hotel Garde Opposite Union Depot, NEW HAVEN, CONX. Connecticut's Largest Hotel. Dinner 12-2:15. 60 Cents. TO ltd CHliKUH biKKK'f. KISS i A UK A AT. Luncheon. J 1:80 unt.i' ii o'clock. ORCHESTRA EVENINGS. Service a In Carte. LOUIS METZUEK CATERING CO. New Tontine Hotel Our 60o. Business Men's Lunch In cludes Relish, Soup, Fish, Entree, Koast, Vegetables Salads in Season, Dessert and Tea, Coffee or Milk. There's noiw better In New Haven Served from 12 m. to 2 p. m. OEO. T. WHITE. Prop. HANDY'S NEW HOTEL DAVENPORT RmKIUCaN ami ECKOI'I'jAN l'l. V.V, CAFE A LA CARTE. MUSIC EVENINGS, 8 TO 12. Corner Orange and Court Street. TELEPHONE 128. COX'S SUiiF HOUSE SAVIN ROCK. Choice Shore Dinners and Meals a la Carte. Only resort on shore carrying . full line automobile supplies, Tel. 2857-3. John Cox. Prop. St. Lawrence's New HILL'S HOMESTEAD, Formerly Qulnniplac-Ansantawue. TELEPHONE 9304-2.' Rocky Top, Mt. Carmel: Beautiful summer resort, top of York mountain. Telephone ahead find car riage will meet trolley at Congrega tional church. Table d'hote dinners ft, 12 to 2 o'clock. A la carle at ull hours. Furnished log cabins tor rent by week 'or month, 1 Mr.. A. Wlduiau. . Tel. 5273-12. Mansfield Grove ncxic fittot ds Now open for Church and Society Outings, Boating, BatUinR, BallKi uund, Bhore' Dinners, etc. C. B.YHTI.ETT,. . , K&at mven, Conn. ' 161 i I Ml1 ff .'.STOffflflM i and only for a STREET.. l'.h troops, says that the Amrrlenn con sul has arrived there to Investigate the Kurdish aggrrslons snd the sit uation of the missionaries. Toklo, July 6. Advices from Seul, Korea, say that the campaign against the Insurgents continues unnbatd throughout the disturbed region. Re- i . ...... ah... ik :l I'lil.i. ,... .nn !n..- rs of the Insurgents are said to approx imate thirty every day. "The professor thinks a great deal of your Intellect. Ho says you look at him so understandtngly," "Yes; It's easier to look at him under, standingly than to think up that hlgh browtd gab." Louisville Courier- Jour nal. CASTOR I A lor Infants and Children. Ilia Kind You Have Always Bought Bo.rs Signature JEWELERS. WATCH I WATCH ! Now Is the time to get your watch required or else buy a new one, before summer vacation. We have watched our chance and have purchased a nice lino of Ladles' and Gentlemen's Watches, which we will sell very reasonable. 4 i ni ini ,n " Veil Pins. Waist Sets. Belt Buckles. 788 Chapel Strict, new haven. Qt. Sterling Silver for Weddings of distinctive beauty and assured quality. Designs for every con ceivable purpose and cov ering a wide range of prices. Rich pieces for the table, sideboard and dress ing table. Monson's Jewelry Store. 857-659 Chapel St. little I NEWS OF THE STATE New Haven Hospital Remem bered in Mrs. Porter's Will. ROAD CONTRACTS GIVEN jllonry Cloy Work Fund Growing ' Girls on n Kli-lko lit Mid I (Uctown, Hartford, July 6. The will of Mrs. Josephine S. Porter, wife of tha lata Professor John Addison Porter, which linn beun admitted to probata by Judge Marvin, la one of the most Interesting wills filed for record In recent years. For the size and number of lt be quests, It has been seldom equaled, friends, servants and relatives being generously remembered out of the largo estate which Mrs. Porter left. As a memorial to a cousin, Rose Por ter of Now Haven, the old New Ha ven hospital receives a fund of $3,000 to establish a free bed, for the use of any occupant duslgnated by the pastor of ft. John's Episcopal church of Xew Haven. The chief beneficiaries are her grand daughters, Agnes Sheeld Porter and Josephine Earl Porter, each of whom rv eel ves a specific bequest of $150,000, together with 4 gift of personal effects, j furniture, bric-a-brac, etc., contained In the home of Mrs. Porter at No. 320 Collins street, and also at Hlandford, I Mass. In case either of the beneficiaries dies before she reaches the ago of 21, ! her portion of the estate goes to the other. The bequests ore held In trust by the Connecticut Trust & Safe De posit company, until the beneficiaries r.ach the age of 21, when they receive ' them outright. : Tho Klngsley Trust association, oth erwise known a the Scroll and Keys ?enlnr Honorary society of Yale uni versity, received $5,000 In recognition iof the respect the society paid to John Addison Porter and to John Addison ' rerter, jr., husband and son of the ,testntr!x. The-Delta Psl Fraternity of the Sheffield Scientific society, receives $3,000 In memory of another son of the teHratrlx, Edgar Porter. ; A cousin, Mrs. Eliza Bsssctt Stlllman i or Boston, receives $3.ono, and If she does not survive to receive the bequest, It goes to her two daughters ! The Berkshire Farms Industrial chool of Canaan Four Corners, N. T. 'colves $3,000, and the Porter Memor tl library of Plandford, Mass.. re rh es $2,000 in trust, the Income to go v the uso of the library. Road Contractu Awarded. Hartford, July 6. Highway Comm's sinner James M.- Macdonald tcday awarded two contracts for the con tracts for tho construction of state highways. The contract for 4, 0 0 feet of telford road and 1,523 feet of mac nnarn roal in the town of Berlin was awarded to the Lane Construction company of Merlden. The telford road will cost $1.54 a foot and the macadam $1.!0 a foot. Lawrence Druce of North Haven Is awarded the contract for 12,760 feet of macadam and telford road In the town of Xcrth Haven, the total cost being $16,433.65. Henry Clay Work fund Grows. Hartford, July 8. The fund for a monument to Henry Clay Work, tha writer ot "Marching Thro Kh Georg ia," and other popular war songs, has now reached the magnificent sum of $1,2.18.01. The projectors asked for an amount not Ices than $1,000, and hoped to make It $1,200. The result la some thing over tho larger amount, with the probability of a number of addi tional rontrlhutlons coming in. The success of the entemrlse Is due largely to the work of Major James W. Cheney, the treasurer of the fund, who "kept everlastingly at It" until the amount hnd gone over the sum de sired. May Desert New London. NeW London, July 6. llefore the midshipmen practice squadron left this afternoon for Newport it waa re ported that Captain Henson had re ctlved a message from tho .tar depart ment that he could use nls Judgment about removing the vessels perman ently from this port. The New Lon don board of trade will take action at a meeting this afternoon In rpard to the discrimination of .he sailors at the Ocean Ileach pavilion. Mayor Armstrong stated this aftornoon that the matter had not been brought to his attention olficially, but that he In tended to Investigate. Girls on a Strike. ( MIddletown, July fi. About fifty girls employed at tho cotton mill of l' F. Palmer, hammnok-makors, went on strike to-day, opposing a proposed wage reduction. The mill has been running short time, but Mr. Palmer I offered to put the mill on full time j provided the girls would accept a re jductlon of wages of about ilx:ren pe cent. This they refused to do a.rl walked out. Fall of Derrick Fatal. Scotland, July 6. Two Ita'.lan la borers were badly Injured and twenty live others had narrow escape from Eprlous Injury here today, when a der rick, which Is being usd in construct ing a dam, fell. Oiu of :iv3 Injured received several fractures and was taken to the Norwich hospital In an HERRMANN'S 750-758 Clumel Street. ' MERCHANTS' NOONDAY. 25c-LUN3H-25c. JIEXU FOR TUESDAY, .It'I.Y 7. SOLI'. Cream of Chicken Beef a la Anglalse l'IMI Boiled Rock Cod ax THUH. Stewed Spring Lamb Chicken Frtoasse a la Pabst 111) AS I S. Prime Ktrluln of Beef VK;KTAm,K. Mashed and Boiled Potatoes Stowed Corn DI'.SNiilt T. Oclee vln Oporto Tapioca Cream J'uddlnsr Pumpkin and Apple I'les Coffpo unci Ten. All our pics, pndrtliiM, pastrlns, etc., mude by our own chef T.adlps" Cafe up gtairs. Msala also served a la carte, up stairs. automobile. The otliT was not ser iously hurt. , Yminft Haley Wanted. Wltllmantlc, July 6. The polled here have been asked to look for a young man by tha namo of Haley, who eamo to Rnuth' Coventry, from Plttshurg, Pa., a short time ago tf visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georgia Haley, It Is said that wh.le his par ents were away from homo list Satur day, young Haley disappeared, and that upon their return, it was found that a trunk had been broken open and 1200 In cash, a $800 check and a suit of. clothes were missing. Train's Close Call. Brookflold, July 6. A train of par' lor cars that was being dead-headed to New York from Plttsfield was In collision with the Harlem vlver freight a short distance north ot Brookflold Junction early to-day. The locomo tive drawing the passenger cars teles coped the freight caboose and derailed several of the cars ahead ot It, En gineer Taylor of the passenger train, Jumped and escaped harm. J. A. Ycrkes of Plttsfield, Mass., fan Adams express messenger and l. A. Sim mons of Danbury, a trainman, were severely cut and bruised. A wrecking train from New Haven cleared tho tracks. DELUGE OP FIRE. Hrllllant Pyrotechnlcol Spectacle t Wlilto City Friday Night. That brilliant pyroteehnleal ''spec tacle "The Deluge of Fire," over which the poople of New Haven mar velled last reason, Is to be given at the White city Friday night on a scale that will eclipse the very extreme In magnificent fireworks displays. Man ager Speck has figured to open this end of the season's attractions without consideration of expense and those who visit the White City Friday even ing will witness a spectacle in which lavish magnificence runs wild. The great city of amusements will be under a rain of fire for nearly fif teen minutes giving the effect of a volcanic eruption. BISHOP roTTF.R IMPROVES. Despite Extreme Heat Churchman Continues to Gain Strength. Cooperstown, N. Y., July . Bishop Potter has continued to improve to day. notwithstanding the extreme heat and confidence In his recovery from tho present attack Is growing. His son, Alonzo Potter, and his son-in-law. Charles Russell, left for New York to night. To-night's bulletin says: "Bishop Pottrfr has had a comfortable day, notwlthsttndlng the very hot weather, and has gained slightly In strength. The . Indications point to ward ultimate recovery, but It will nec essarily be very slow. FIRE THREATENS TOWN. Ontario Village Much Excited by In cendlnry's Work. Ogdensburg, N. Y.. July . Incendlar Ism and acts of vandalism threw the village' of Cardinal. Ontario, into a state of Intense excitement to-day. The vil lage narrowly escaped destruction by the flames which the Incendiaries set, B. McKnlght. a butcher, was the chief sufferer. When he went te his slaugh terhouse this morning to begin his day's butchering, ho found his cattle shot to. death. Driving back to his meat market he found the building in flames. The fire spread rapidly and be sides burning the market building de stroyed three stores and the Dillon ho tel, together with several barns and outbuildings. When Mr. MrKnlght attempted to send In an alarm he found the alarm box broken. The key was also missing. CITY BANK'S rEETING. The annual meeting of the stockhold. crs of the City bink was held at Its banking house on Chapel street yester day, and the following were re-elected to the board of directors: Ooorge W. Curtis, George J. Brush, Cornelius fi. Morehouse. Elliott H. Morse, Charles B. Wooster, George P. Wntrous, Ell Whitney, Henry B. Sar gent. Charles W. Whittlesey. The directors will meet to-day for the, election of officers, and it is stat ed that no changes among the execu tives of this Institution will be madS. The annual meeting of the National Savings bank has been called for to morrow. WESTVILLE. Mr. Warren of Barnett street was the guest of his brother In Brookfield over the Fourth, Mr. and Mrs. H. Orelst and daugh ter of McKlnley avenue have gone to Thimble Island for two weeks. Mrs. W C. Harmon of Fountain street who has been very sick Is able to be about again. Miss Lucy Voorhees of Fountain street has gone to Northfleld, Mass., for the summer. Rev. F. Saunders and family and Mr. Herbert Chase of Brooklyn, N. Y., spent the Fourth with Mrs. H. B. Warner of Barnett street. The K. K. K. girls held a very lnter cetlng meeting at the home of Miss Lenolre Hammond of Alien avenue last evening. Mrs. Roberts of Klantle who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. X. Barnes of Barnett street for the past two weeks has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. George Hlnman of Wil lard street have gone to Bantam Lake for two weeks. Robert Veltch of Xew York made a flying visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Veltch of Barnett street, Friday. Mr, and Mrs. P. R. Grelet and daugh ter Madeline have gone up in the Maine woods for two weeks. They have as their guest on the trip Miss M. Har mon of Fountain street. . John Fraser of Fountain street Is the guest of his parents In Black Hall for a week. POLI'S THEATER. Jolly "Pink Dominoes" Keep Every body Busy Guessing. "Pink Dominoes," the play which the Stock company are putting nn t!".ls week at Poll's theater, is Just the mer riest little comedy ever, Its full of fun ny lines and scream Inspiring sltua tons, Just the sort of thing to rest your weary brains this weather, The play I 24th Offerings Unequalled in the History The well-known policy of our firm not to carry any goods over from one oeason to another, combined with the necessity of making room for our European importations, opens the door for the purchasing of the choicest garments in ladies' and children's outer attire for a fraction of their value. Our stock is very much heavier this year than in the past all lines are more complete and much choicer garments in each. During this sale no goods will be returned, no goods will be exchanged, no goods will be sent on' approval. Suits. I $5.95. In blue stripe, lavender and green linen. Values 18,05. f $9.87. I In tan, natural, preen, blue and white linens. Values -up to $22.50. $14.75. In Panamas, cheviots and brood cloths, In brown, blue and Woelti Just a few to close out. Were $27.50. $19.87. In worsted, voile, mixtures, In bhin, brown, ond bltfck nnd white stripe nil this season's make. Were $43.00. Dresses. Z $4.95. In white, bine, and pink batiste, nice embroidery and lace. Value $0.03. $7.95. In flowered organdy nnd white batiste, nicely trimmedbroken sizes. Values up to $10.07. $9.87. In handkerchief linen, hand em broidery ond Vol. lace. Were $27.50. $17.95. In fine white batiste and blue hand embroidery; Just a few left Were $25.00. Waists. 95c. About thirty doens, In lawns, embroidery and lace, some duck neck. Values $2.00. $1.49; Twenty-five dozens, in Persian' lawns, fine pin-tucked, fine bead ing! also nil-over embroidery. Value $3.00. Is possessed of three acts, the first at the home of the Deckers, where tho wives of two men plot a scheme to en tice their husbands to meet unknown women at a masquerade ball. The maid at Mrs. Beckers writer the notes for" them, and, Incidentally, one for herself, they all three, threfore go, to the ball In pink dominoes. The second act takes place at the restaurant where they all come for supper with their escorts, each wife with the other's hueband and the maid with her young man. Also an old gentleman, a relative of some of the memhers of the party who has longed for the excitement of a dinner with an actress. His fair charmer leaves him In tha midst of their sup per to "return directly" but Is not een again. There Is a wonderful mix up among the three pink dominoes and they are all taken to their cabs and escape detection. In the third act again at the Deckers explanations are In order. The husbands discover pink INSECTICIDES. Arsenate of Lead Paris Green Bug Death For chewing insects. Tobacco Soap, Kerosene Emulsion for all Aphis, ' i, uoraeaux rowaer or jLiquia 10 prevent. Diignt. Wholesale THE FRANK S. PL ATT CO. S5Q-356 STATE STREET. NEW HAVEN, CONN. 555 mm, St Semiannual Clearance Mt Our styles are exclusive, materials the very best and workmanship .perfect, All have that individuality that characterizes our goods all carry Hamilton's guarantee. , The garments advertised for to-day are of the same value as those sold last week. The prices only are entirely different. , Coats. In broadcloth, cheviot, covert, silk and luce all Pllli lining, f-onio handsomely trimmed. " Tourist coots, automobile conts. The most complete lino ever shown. All sub jected to a reduction of 40ro to 60. A special line in linen nutoino bilinsat $4.95 to $8.95. Kimonas. $2.95. In a variety of flowered muslins) two-plecej garments;. Were $0.H7 $2.95. In pink and blue dotted crepe; Just a few to close out. Were $1.05. $4.95. In Japanese silk, trimmed with satin. Were $7.03. Waists. SI. 95. Twenty-live dozens, In fine bn tlsie, lawns mid cross-lmr mus lins, butt mcd lit front mitt buck. Values $ 1.00. $2.95. A large variety of styles In flue batlfitc and lawns, embroidered nnd luce trimmed, Including tailored linen wnlstsi Values $5.00. scented paper like that on which their Invitations are written, and they tax their wives with the fact that they "knew it all the time" and only went to the ball to turn the tables on the ladles, which they do very successfully, everything comlni? out beautifully, and the curtain gqes down on a happy reconciliation. , From every point of view- it's the Jolllcst thing tho Poll Stock company have done no fur. The theater Is a perfect Joy these warm days. Its cool and refreshing Just to go and sit there and when one can be so splendidly well amused a well, why the houee ought to be packed every day, twice a day, too. The regular souvenir matinee will be given on Friday, and according to Mr. ButterflcW will bo one long to be re membered. He always makes good on his statements too that's ' because ho has such good backing of course, they all agree with what he says. !AU tha favorites appear this week and all well and Retail. of This House. Skirts. $4.95. In black Fnnnmn, made up, of T short ends. Were $8.4B. In woolen plaids, fancy checks X ond ton Panamas. Value $8.93 $4.95. . In white and colored linens ' the sample line of A. Boiler Co. Twenty-five styles to select from. Values up to $10,75. Children. . .. . - , i $1.49. ' ' Just a few left, In Bingham, ns- f sorled colors, broken sizes. Val ucs $2.50. $1.95. Jumper dresses in checks and plain colors, in red and blue. Values $3.05. ' $3.75. . ; Conts In mixtures nnd plnln col ors. Values up to $10.00. Bathing Suits. I $1.95 to $13.95. In Sicilians, mnhnlrs, in red, blmdt ond blue; very nicely trimmed with white braiding , broken sizes. Values $3.05 to $20.00. cast. You mustn't Dominoes." fall to see "Pink E NT E RT A I N M E NTS. POLI'S NEW THEATER Week of July 6 With Dally aMtlnees., Sixth Successful Week Til II POM STOCK COMPANY , " In a Revival of PINK DOMINOES : A Farcical Comedy in Three Acts. FRIDAY SOUVENIR MATINEES '. POL1 POPULAR PRICES , DELUGE OF FIRE! Maivellous Pyrolechnlcil Spectacle. White CityTTri., July 10. i iir rnmnniu.rr LilUL i; vim uumL "THE IIEAITTV A.VD SCENIC SPOT OB" CONNECTICUT." Hii n (I Concert Sunday Afternoons. ' Dancing Wednesday and Friday even lntcs each week. BOATING, MOUNTAIN CLIMBING, FISHING, ETC. BATHING. FIXE RESTAURANT. t Special attention given to private dln ncr parties, organizations, etc. PIERCE & NORTON. I'ohtolllre Address, Bristol, 'Conn. Telephone 96-3. 1 Take Waterbury car at New Haven Green, changing at Cheshire. Time 1 hours. YALE D. BISHOP'S The Colonnade. . "All Over the Water" Savin Rock. . THE TWILIGHT CONCERTS. Unlike. Any Other Eating Place la America. YALE GOLF CLUB. R. D. PRYDE, Professional. ,. CITY MEMBERSHIP 12.00 SUMMER MEMBERSHIP $5.01 TAKE WINCHESTER AVENUH CAfl