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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1008.
BBB 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 Co, 40 Chnpel Street "NEAR the PUMP" Summer Comfort Spend a comfortable summer, ' Do not look forward to the heated term with so much dreadi 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 especially recommend Dr. . Beimel's Linen Mesh." . Full Assortments of . -Summer Goods for Men, Hats to Hosiery. (incorporated) OPP. THE TOWN PUMP MAYOR MILL rL AY BALL. IJnc-up for Cnmc With Hartford July 22 Announced. Mayor Martin and several of the oth er big city officials are to be In the lineup of the city fathers' team when Us meets the Hartford official:! In this city on the 22d. That Is accordlnR to the lineup announced by Manager Cahn. Mayor Hooker "of Hartford Is to also get Into the game and to make It equal Mayor Martin Is to be put In also. Both are expected to be play "shortstop." The lineup as announced today Is only for the tryout and Is as follows: Tracy, catcher; Dcrmody, pitcher; Piatt, first base; Butler, sec ond base; Burke, third base; Mayor Martin or McHugh, shortstop; Sullivan, right field; Keegan, center field; Mil ler, left field, and substitutes, Whlta ker, Rowe and Foley. IS IT ENJOYABLE? Da fob Ilk l otVf people with detective terffcf D TOO aot .blak albert would be dletreaerd II fouri er fhut nuft Wow I doo't Irl them et beyond the I help of road deatlet. If Umrt brldaio the epore with thnt U (ho him color, ahapo aad alto of the nataral aaa. PHlLft. DENTAL ROOMS T81 CHAPEL ST. Seasonable Sale at Special Prices. Refrigerators Reduced in ' Price Entire Stock. $14 "Garland" now $11.20. $54 stone-lined White Mountain now $38. Three $15 "Garlands" now $12 each.. Two $23 "Garlands" now $18.40 ' each. $20.00 "Garlands" now $18.00. $28.50 "Garlands" now $22.80. $15-60 "National" now $12.40. ' . Etc., Etc. Large Swinging Seat. Holds three people; all 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, very durable. Reduced as fol lows: . " Size 9x12 feet, were $19, now $12. Size 7Msxl0V4 feet, were $17, now $10. Size 4x7 feet, were $5.00, now $3.75 Bize 3x6 feet, were $3.00, now $2.00 Size 1x3 feet, were 90c, now 50c Bring piazza measurements with you. v A very few of some of these sizes, i Hence will not be sent on approval or exchanged. MISCELLANEOUS. 3x6 "Crex" Rugs for $1.10. 45c best China Matting, 116-warp, for 29c per yard. ' $1.40 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 4V4x6 Axmlnsters, reg ular $10, this week only $6.76. Seamless , 3x6 Axmlnsters, regular $4.40, this week only $3.25. . No Exchanges. THE CHAMBERLAIN CO. Crown and Oranie Sts. "Corner" urn MM V DEUEL IS SUSTAINED Justice of Special Sessions Not . Guilty, Says Court of Appeals. BLACKMAIL NOT PROVED Jerome's Application for Removal ot Juilgo Is Dismissed by Higher Court. New York, July 8 The appeNato division of the supreme court to-day unanimously affirmed the report and i opinion of ex-Supremo Court Justice Stover, referee In the application of Robert J. Collier, Dlstrl.-t Attorney J Jerome and Edward M. Sheppard, for j the removal of Joseph M. Deuel, Jus- j tire of the court of special sessions j and dismissed the application. The I petition for Justice Deuel's removal followed the attacks of Collier's upon Justice Deuel, the publication Town Topics and its proprietor, Colonel Mann, In 1905-06. Referoe reviewed the cane at length saying. at the hear ing a great (leal of testimony was offered with reference to the character of Town Topics and Justice Deuel's connection therewith on this point ex Justice Stover said: "The referee Is of the opinion that no evidence whatever has been pro duced In this proceeding to substanti ate the charge of blackmail and there la no evidence whatever to warrant the conclusion that the respondent or anyone connected with him In any way was engaged In the practl -e of black-1 mall or extortion charged jn the pe tition. The only substantial evidence produced on behalf of the petition ers to uphold the allegations of the petition Is that relating to he charge of carrying on a business In violation of the provMon of law On the charge that Justice Deuel had been engaged In business In vio lation of the law prohibiting Justices from carrying on any business the referee expressed the. opinion that his acts were merely sdeh as a director and trustees could hold without as suming to carry on the business In which the corporation wai engaged. The referee summarized his findings as' follows: "The evidence, In my opinion, does not warrant a finding that the res pondent, (Justice Deuel) was engaged In carrying on business. There Is no evidence to sustain the charge ot blackmail or extortion. "I am of the opinion that none of the charges are sustained by the evi dence," i " - ' GOLDSRORO A TREASt'RK-RHIP. ; More Than $200,000 in ttnld Part of Cargo of Rnlley's Ship. . Mobllo, Ala., July 8. More than $200, ; 000 in gold was carried to Honduras by i the Baileys of New York In their flight j In the British steamer Goldjboro now 1 In the possession of the Hondnran gov I ernment at Porto Cortex Wlth our flag j or country, and the valuable cargo of I the treasure ship estimated in value of 1 an equal amount Is still In her hold. 1 This was told by Neal Akman, third ! enclneer of the Goldsboro, who has i Just reached Mobile. Akman is en route j to New York where he goes to consult i the British consul concerning the sta tus of his claim and that of other mem . bers of the crew. I "Sixteen of us signed In the Golds i boro for four months and a free pnss ! age back north of Hatterns," paid En j glneer Ukmnn. "We signed under the ! Brltsh (lag as the British consul at the S port of New York Is aware, When the ' the British consul general there can I celled the registry of the vessel, plac- Ing the steamship without a flag we were left in ignorance of the clrcum I stances." 1 One of the Baileys, who escaped took ; considerable money with him, accord -I Ing to Akman. They bad friends at ; both Celba and Porto Cortez. A great ; amount of th money on board the i Goldsboro was placed In the hands of i their friends on the first visit to Cel 1 ba and Cortez. QTJARRKL OYKR STONES. Trolley Company Claims Them, nut City Holds On. The preliminary work which has Just been started towards the paving of the two blocks of State street be tween Elm and Chapel strjots has al ready brought the Connecticut com pany and the city into a controversy. Yesterday the trolley company serv ed notice on the. city calllnir upon It to cease taking up and carting away for Its own use the Belgian blocks with which the street Is now paved which lie between the rails and two feet each side of the outside rails. According to the law the trolley com pany has to pay for this part of the paving and It Is claimed by the com pany that they own this part of the paving and are entitled to the blocks. The city has been taking up all the stones and taking them away to be used for gutter work. Director of I Public Works Foley declares he will j continue to dg so. Corporation Coun ! sol Rogers holds that the road does ; not. own the stones and the matter will I probably go to the courts for settle ment, 'i TROLLKY THROWS MILKMAN. As a result of a collision between i Albert L. Sperry's milk wngon and j trolley car No, 401) at 6:45 o'clock : yesterday morning, Driver Frank L. ; Graves of No. 210 Wooster street, r i celved a fracture of a rib on his right ! side, a scalp wound, and several other ' bruises to Ms body, HARTFORD'S PLANS' Richmond's Crack Military Company to Be Royally Entertained Next Fall. Hartford, July 8. There Isn't going to be any doubt about the welcome and the entertainment to be accorded the Richmond uiucs, tally in September, when they come to iiaruord to be the bU'Bis oi tiie rn'ai company, Uov uinoi 3 toot uuai'u, uuiia mu already bi wen uuNanuu liiat uuiiU'inuiK litfiiy mid uitn wniie ib get uown iur eeiy hour ot tiie tniny-two wiiL.u ihe Blues expect to flpond in I'luruurd. iney wiU anlvu ltom Boston about u o ciock en the afternoon of Tuesday t'U un.ber 6, und alter Uelug lecei.cd ami tbcortud to Me Hotel uurdo to wusli uway uie duu oi uuvl inoy will be the recipients oi a banquet of. due and proper proportion. This, of course, will engage Hie entlro evening, and, at tiiu cio,. the visiting will uo cbcorted to the root Uuurd armory In High street, tneie to spend the night on military cols. It le by the special request ot tiie lilues that they will cccupy the tots In the armory, Tim Cill.n. l,, ,i.. .. Ill .. f - .... t....v, 1119 liuj i... UIIU U, j sight-seeing, in the morning It will 1 be, an automobile trip about the city and then out to Farmlngton, where ! luncheon will be spread under the i I elms at the Inn or at the Country nun. in t:ic arternoon, Doth com mands will be the guests of "Andy" W'ekh, who haa extended them tlio I hospitality of Charter Oak park, to see the races, following the sojourn to the park, the soldiers will return to the city, don their brilliant unl iorms and turn out In parade. The Richmond fiiues are a crack military organization, and it Is. needless to characterize the Foot Guard by any adjectives of praise, to a Joint paraiio by the two command is going to be worth looking at. The parudc will be followed by a supper and a smoker at the armory, the Blues dnpartlng from the city at 12 o'clock midnight. The general commutes In charge of arrangements; consists ot Major L. R. Cheney, chair- j man, ex-otnelo; captain it. v. cutler, Captain F. L. Wilcox. Captain V. C. Cheney, Captain G. H. Kolts, Captain E. W, Hooker, Captain E. J. Lake, Captain C. H. Slocum, Lieutenant T. A. Klmherly, C. E. Stadman and H. G. Bailey, and Ensign E. H. Bronson. The general committee has appoint ed the sub-committee chairmen as fol lows, each of whom Is authorized to ui polnt his own committeemen: Invitation committee Captain II. Eo!ts. Reception committee Captain F. Wilcox. Phow committee Lieutenant H. G. G. Bul'ry. Badga and flag committeeCaptain TV. C. Cheney, Entertainment committee Quarter masterSergennt R.' H. Lewis. Armory commlttee-vloutcnant T 'A. Klmherly, i P-nnquet committee- Captain R. W. Cutler. The standing social committee, which acts throughout the year, will be the social committee for this oc casion. Its members are Captain W. C. Cheney, chairman; Serjeant C. C. Maslen, Lnnce-Pergennt T. W. I.alman, Qnnrterniaster-Pergeant R. Tt. Lewis, Assistant Q.inrtermaster-Perserint I. C. Treat, Corporal W. foe Bill and Privates H. S. Hascnll, J. F. Mack, R. R. Powers and C. F. Koenlg. WORCESTER ACT IK GOING. Wlmt They Will Do and Sins at Tall River Meeting. The Worcester aerie of the Eagks Is planning to go to Fall River next Wednesday, the twenty-second, for Its annual field day. In preparation for that event the members are pet ting their lungs In good working ordpr practicing this new yell: Worcester, Worcester, two or three, You are welcome to the v o e. They also have a song that goes as follows to the tune of a well known air: Three cheers for Worcester, Worcester will win. You fight to a finish And we w ill win. You do your lift, boys, .We'll do the rest, boys; Fight to a victory. WEST VIRGINIA QUARREL. Republicans Hold Two Conventions to Nominate State Candidates, Charleston ,W. Vn., July 8 Two sep arate republican state conventions were held here today to select a nominee for governor. The followers of Arnold G. Scherr, state auditor and candidate for governor, assembled at the court house at 10 o'clock to organize a con vention and nominate him. Scherr and his followers claim that they ufre not. fnlrly treated ' by the state executive committee, which decider convention contests. The convention was.orgnnh ed with Pressly Morris, rarkershurg, chairman, and H. C. Ogden, Wheeling, secretary. r The "regular" convention was called to order at noon In a wigwam especial ly built for the purpose. DE SAGAXS ISS IS, Prince and His Bride Off on Honey moon Dodging PlibllJJ,y. London ,.Tuly 8 The Prince,, a rid Prin cess de pagan left the Hotel Pvpy tftjs morning for Purls. They will goptye to Chantllly, 23 miles north-west of the French capital, where it Is believed that they will spend some time. No further plans for the honeymoon have been announced, the pair manifesting a desire to escape publicity as far as possible. EIGHT DIE IN HOT WAVE WAKE. New York, July 8. In spite of the welcome drop of the thermometer to day, the police were still reporting deaths that resulted from the hot wave. Eight victims were listed. When one re membered the early hours of last night, however, this was not surprising, Th city did not get the cooling breezes un til long after midnight. SERGEANT BERGIX SAILS. Rergt. Patrick Berpln of the Howard avenue station was among the passen gers on the Lueanla yesterday morn ing. Sergeant Bergln will visit the old country and will be away on his vaca tion about six weeks. HON ALEXANDER TROUP 14 " IV j.. s Political Leader Who Has Championed W. J. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ell Whitney, Jr., 800 Whitney avenue, this afternoon, at 4:30 o'clock wl'l occur the wedding of their daughter, Miss Louise Huntington Whitney and Mr. Gourdln Y. Galllnrd. The Rev. Stewart Means will peifo.m the cere mony. The bride's sister, Miss Susan Whitney, will attend her as maid of honor and Mr. Galllard's best man will be his brother, Mr. G. P. GalHard. A reception will follow the ceremony. Sere.no Sperry of New York city, was the guest of Miss Ella Small at her parent's home In Woodmont over the fourth and during the first of this week. Mrs. Henry Champion o Crown street, will go to Lake Mlnnewaska, N. Y the latter part of this week to spend some weeks. Mr and Mrs. D. Cady Eaton of Sachem street, will spend part of the summer at Taul Smith's In the Adl rondacks, at the camp of Mr. Henry L. Hotchklss. Mrs. E. L. Ives of Trumbull street, will spend the summer at Holdcrness, N. H. Mr. John G. Lewis and family ha,ve closed their George street house for a few weeks to go to Hampton, Conn. Mr. J. N. Plerpont of 1601 Chapel street, and his family will spend the vacation season at Princess Point, Vurmouth, Maine, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Grelsr, Miss Madeline G'relst and Miss Margaret Harmon of Westvllle, have gone to Lake Placid and will spend some time at the Lake Placid club. Mrs. F. T. Rradley and her daughter have gone to their summer .home at Old tSaybrook for the season. COLER I'XDER INSPECTION. Contracts of Borough President of Brooklyn to be Iroh('d. New York, July 8. President Cnler of Brooklyn has requested the Bur eau of Municipal Research to examine all of the oillclnl records In connection with the construction of towers under his Jurisdiction, and Henry Brtiere, director of the bureau, han consented to do so, In order that he may report as to whether favoritism was shown to William S. Hurley in connection with the so-called Rutan contracts. Nv. Coler's request was made through his secretary, John A. HelTernan, who had a conference with Mr. Brtiere yes terday afternoon. In order to dispel any fnlsc Impres sion which the statement as to the testimony In relation.' to .he real es tate prandal In the comptroller's of fice might have created, Mr. Rruerw wrote a letter to Mr. Coler, In which he said: "I take pleasure in saying that your $10,000 loan transaction with Mr. William S. Hurley had, in so far as was nhown by evidence re ceived by the commissioners of ac counts, no. connection whatsoever with the purchase of the poll.'e training farm by the city of New York." OCR IMMIGRANTS UN DESIRABLE Ottawa, July 8. The Canadian gov ernment has taken steps to establish a much more rigid system of Inspection of Immigrants arriving In Canada from the United States, Agents of the Immigration department have been placed at, ports of entry along the boundary line with power to deport arrivals from the United States con sidered undesirable. "Work is easier, and a pleasure, too, after a change from coffee to POSTUM "There's a Reason." Read "The Road to Wellvllle" In pkgs. v t PERSONAL NOTES I C11 c Fearlessly and Steadfastly Bryan Since 18. MOTH IS COMING. Rrown Tnll.RuR to Make U Presence Known In Conncctlcttt- There Is fear lhat the brown-tall moth will make another Invasion of this state. A dispatch from Wood stock yesterday stated that the moth had Just been seen In the eastern psrt of the state and that buildings were covered with them. The moth was also attacking trees and crops. In Wind ham county hundreds of people are reported suffering from a moth rash. It was stated yesterday at the office of the Connecticut agricultural station In this city that no report had come to the station that the moth had ap peared In tb5 state. It was added that if the moth was reallv coming over the border It would be necessary to fight the pest. This moth,ls not regarded as destructive to crops and frees as the gypsy moth, which eats nil green vegetation In sltrht. In the southeast ern section of the state men are now employed by the experiment station in hunting this moth and the cater pillars, exterminating them as far as possible. It is said that the brown-tall moth nttneks the fruit and oak trees espe cially. A spraying of the trees is beneficial In arresting the spread of the pest. EARLY RLUEFISH. I'lsliennrii Are Having Plenty, of Luck Off West, Shore. Local fishermen are having luck this year In the number of blue r,ph that are being caught off the west shore. Al though the blue fish do not generally start to run until Inte In July one fish erman yesterday afternoon caught 28 blues and another returned to the city with 18. The fish this year are some what, smaller than usual but It Is be lieved this is on account of the fact that the fish are beginning to run ,so early In the season. LEERS' FUNERAL. New York, July 8.-The funeral ser vices of the late William B. Leeds, the former president of the American Tin Plate Co, and for many years promi nently Identified with the Bock Island company, whose death occurred last June In Paris, were held today from the fnmlly residence on Fifth avenue. The services were private. The inter ment was made at Woodlawn. The will lins not been filed for probite. AUTO HITS PUSH CART MAN. ' While pushing a ng cart In Cedar street near the corner of Prince street at 9 o'clock yesterday morning, Barney Tartner of 2f5 Cedar street, 4n ypars old, was run down by a Maxwell tour ing car, which was about to turn Into Prince street. Tanner was knocked down and was severely Injured on the left side of the body. He was taken home and was attended by Dr. Z. A. Bonoff of George strpet. ' It's Good for You and Best lor The Children When the children can't eat any-' thing else, and when you're Jaded with the heat and the thought of food Is nauseous, call up 774 and order a quart of Harris-Hart's fresh fruit Ice Cream. IT WILL SATISFY AND NOURISH. Choose peach or strawberry or pineapple. ' Creamy, Ideally Smooth ' and pure, with pieces of ripe fresh fruit frozen Into the nutritious ' squaro. I A Touch of Elegance A touch of elegance Is given any table by the use of attractive anil dependable china, such us tin; Million, CnuUlon, Doulion, Douyat, Yvenlr und llnUliiiul wares. Furs Stored Where gurments aro made over or remodeled during summer wo mako no charge for storaga. . 1 Friend E. Brooks. Don't forsct the address, 74-6 CliapCl Street. Telephone 003-3. , Room. T, up one flight YOU SAVE A THOUSAND DOLLARS WHEN YOU BUY A CONTINENTAL AUTOMOBILE , Come nnd wo wiU prove to you that this statement Is true. Wa , mil deiiioiiHtrute the car nnd you will admit there's none better. It ' embodies (he best parts of tho best autos. We make the car and know what It Is. AVe use it and know wluit It docs. The Continental Automobile Manf'g Co. 121 Olive Street. 'Phone 1087-12. PER Original DUST Absorber. It absorbs dust, cleans floors, kills germs and minimizes' labor. 13 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. "KOAL" Represents QUALITY W. F. Gilbert &. Co. (Incorporated) 65 Church St. . Opp. P.O.,.. That Lost Key That lost key, lost time In search and worry, might aU hare been avoided If you only had taken the precaution to haver" hhd a "duplicate" made In time. Like eyeglasses, It's a good , ' thing to have two. They don't cost much at . The v. u irom Honeymoon lime ' io aunsei lime 1 K -"young woman, I've tried wood, and coal and gasoline." -but GAS is the CHEAPEST of all FUELS. Get a Gas Range, $13 to $27. Cash or installments. Ready to use. The New Haven Gas Light Co. Salesroom 93 Crown Street. ' Mat I" ""l r ,i .i .; I'll' ii. -I mlMm& Tel. 3510 ORE' CARE' AND - TrPUGHT - OFoNUMENTAL'W'RK-7HAK' AdoNEYCAN-EUY' The Thermos Bottles For outings picnics, yachting, limiting, canoeing, or any kind ot a trip you may hove hot or cold drinks always ready l( they arc put In the bottle before you start.' A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St, Successor to iohn Bright tk Co. Free! O.LIN Gun Store, 5 CHURCH STREET. n' v JlrtisTic-iUemsrials 6RANTTE- MARBLE BRONZE- m1H0S.?HILUFSfcS0N Co. 148 SYLVAN AVE. 5HoULD - BE'GIVRN'TH'ELECTI0N' PERHARS-WTThlNQ-EtSE'