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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, JULY 0, 1908.
At Mom&uguin Grand Concert To-night. Holt's American Band. BRILLIANT PROGRAM Special Features including Piccolo Solo by F. S. Bowles. . Mmm44Mt INSECTICIDES Arsenate of Lead Paris Green Bug Death For chewing insects. Tobacco'Soap, Kerosene Emulsion for all Aphis. Bordeaux Powder or Liquid to prevent blight. Wholesale and Retail. THE FRANK S. PLATT CO. 36.0-356 STATE STREET. NEW HAVEN, CONN. For Ave round3 at the Navarre A. C. last night Tommy. Murphy cluned Jack i uoouman an nrounn me ring, ana try wast niirht Teddv Mnlonev outpoln'et as he would he could not force the la:- Johnny Allen. The fight was a fast ter to a mlxup that would last more limit In every sense of the word, The than two punches. It was not until ' pure net was of the fastest kind, and the sixth round that Goodman finally! yet the two boxers kept It up for the decided to put up some semblance of en lire distance. Jn praetlcnlly all of fight and then the only tiling ih.it ! the rounds Malnnoy proved the'clcvcr-i' probably saved him from a knockout, i of the two, and no mutter how harl was the bell. He was holding on when Allen tried he could not get the better the gong sounded. Throughout the flr;t j of his opponent. nuntet of sessions, Goodman used th-i 1 same style. He would try to send over either a right or a left from long range Harry Hrroggs of Baltimore and Jo and then take up thn training or cross- I Sieger of Jersey City are to meet In a country running again, with Murphy j nix-round bout at the princess Athletle trying his best to land a punch on lli-3 club to-nlalit. f-leger has been suhsti sprlnt. I tuted for Billy Glover, who Is HI. Tills On more than one occasion Tommv for the local fans. On the outskirts did land, too, and then Goodman nioved'iof Denver. Col., at the Wayside A. C. to faster than ever. The bout was a rtls. j night the fight fans of that section are appointment, for In only one round was to witness a fifteen-round battle he. there any real fighting. That was ln!'ecn Jim Harry and Jim Flvnn. !t Is the sixth. Then when Gondiiian did es. j humored that the winner of tills fight say to stand still and exchange blow fo- i will In all probability -be mntehed with blow with Murphy. Tommy hit him al- j Htnnl. y Kctchell for a twenty-round most at will. He landed on the bodv fight. ana then on the head. The expression bn Goodman's'face showed that he was , JEWELERS. WATCH I WATCH! 'ow Is the time to gvt yotir watch rei nfreU or t'Ise boy a new oiip, before tununiT vacation. We Iinve watched our I'liance nnd hf.ve ;ur'hnspl a nice line of Ladles' tnd Ucntlenien's Vtehes, vhlch we 'l!l s)l very renwn'i'ile. CHURCH Veil Pins. Waist Sets. Belt Buckles. ret CHAPci. Street, new haven, ot. 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. 85r-S59 Chapel St. 4-K ,HH In dlfitresi-, and hud he elected to stand p.enree V Gnnn vb C, It Wilcox' I) up and fight earlier In the bout th 1 f L ,i .V u, . ,v i, chances are that Murphy would have!". Page vs. G. . Hntehklss; . D. won a decisive victory, whtreas he I really came off second best In what was u i.x-rouna loot race. Philadelphia. July 8. In a six. round i bout nt the llonf-bins 1 C of thim nliv It Is experted that Mike Donovan will arrive a New Dnrp, S. t to-dnv to pu ttie finishing touches on for his fight with Willie T,ewls at the Reman A. C. Dnnnvan has apparently figured out that If lie succeeds In defeating t,ewis he may he substituted for the latter, who is slated to mret nm Papke at th Coliseum A. C on Jnlv J8. At th he I,ong A ere A. A. on Sntnrdav nignt tne restore event will be a six round bout between Flarhtlne- 0'RH.n and Al Peering. Resides this ther.- I will be four other six-round bouts and I ? ""a a pie nai..-.me,un e.iunK contest. Boer l'n!io!z Is a bidder for the tlffht. I weight title. It Is reported that Ru-I Graham 171. C. H. Zimmerman 172. W, ! dolph Is vry desirous of being matched j G. H.tshnell 170, V. K. Martin 175, C. K : with Battling Nelson on any terms ; Vn'do, Jr.. 181. ,.T. K, Hi.sland 173, even the winner to take-all. If he , It F'" 174, I-:. p. Roof l s 1 . h. Htoddnrd does not land a flrht with the Dan, V'n, H. D. l,ockood 178, C. E. Waldo ; I'nholz will probably try for a match sr., 181, P. P. Williams 178. C. H. V 1 1 1 -I with Dick Hyland after his fight with : sin 1 Pa. V. ft. Sands 181, M. C. Tread Tommy Murphy. ! son 1t, F. Hale. ir.. 182, T, H. Patter- son 182. S. P. Pav 178, fl. V. Camp K'l ?MLV!n Jl'r " r") be the principals In the main event of six rounds at the stag of the Whirl wind A. C. to-night. Roth of thse fighters are capable of doing some tall going for that distance, and a fast fight Is expected. Diamond Clippings. An even break Is good enough for the most hard hearted fan. Phil. Corcoran will mow the Merlden bunch down to-day. It won't be an easy task for the Hllver City aggrega tion are playing a stubborn game these days, and had not Plank been Injured yesterday Hartfnrd might be still cry ing over the contest. There will ba a double header be tween Merlden and Holyoke, at Hol oke, Saturday. Two games will be played by New Britain and Springfield in' the lattor city next week Thursday. Waterbury has released Outfielder Mullaney and Catcher Paine. Pitcher Rorher, who twirled last sea son for F.ast Hampton of the Middlesex league, Is doing great work for Bridge, port. In 1906 he was a minor league pitcher. Cnipire Rorty hog been assigned to umpire In three games which Hartford will play away from home this week, but he says he will not. officiate. Rorty claims he lias not umpired In Hart- forr! since, lha ocaunn nt 1007 nnrl llo says If lie Is good enough to handle games outside of Hartford he is good enough for the later eltv. Owner J. Clarkln of the Hartford 'club took R strong dislike to Rorty one day. and this ts the reason why the official has not been sent to Clarkln's groundx. Mr, I'lnrkln or any ether owner should not have such control of affairs that they con blacklist men who are consid ered good enough for seven other cities, i Rorty said yesterday that he Intended to notify Supervisor John K, Kennedy that he would not stand for such treat ment. Charles Malay, Hartford's new out 1 fielder, broke into fast company In 1W ' with Bill llazelton of the A. J. and O. I club In the New York Hlate league. He ! Is a Brooklyn boy and was picked up from the sand lots by Manager llanlon of Brooklyn. In 1004 he played In the . big league with Brooklyn, nnd made good. His mind became partially do ranged a year later and he went back I to the Eastern league with the Roches ter club, where he made an enviable j rccoid. HARTFORD TAKES CONVERSE CUP (Continued from Sixth Page,) Bowers 169, C. G. Waldo, sr., Ill, H. D. . Beach 177. Total 059. I Aarawana Golf club: W. A. Jackson 115, N. E. Davis 182, D. W, Camp 180, R. L. Jackson 168. Total 6u3. Wee Burn Golf club; E. K. Rhine hart, Jr., 176, W. D. McDonald 185, Oer rltt Smith 171, E. L, Scollold. Jr., 173. Total 70". FalrHelil Country club: O. P. Sheldon 189, C. Martin 175, 13. II. Warford 17a, S. J. Graham 171. Total 714.' Bristol Golf club: E. M. Peck 104, I. H. Patterson 182, D. W. Page 186, M. C. Treadway 17!). Total "41. Merlden Golf club E. Treden nick 170, F. E. Sands 191. W. 11. Race 188, II. D. Loekwood 178. Total, 715. It was believed from the mornln scores that 170 would lati.l a player In the first sixteen, and when tho qualifying rounds were ;ver It was found that four had mads this score and that In the first sixteen there, was room for only thr;e. Bo this morning before the match play, San ford Stoddard, E. Trcdonilrk, W. C. Marshall and E. S. Bron3jn will hold an elimination match to see who sh.ill go Into thu second sixteen. One hole will be played. Following are the pnlrl.igs In the ehnmpionship round: F, H. t'ooley va. the lirst winner of the tie at 170; W. A. Rice vs. Roger II. JU-vey; C. V. Kaylor vs. r. Jf. Smith; U. U. Jackson vs. W. K. Shepard; W. W. Pratt vs. R. S. White, 2d; W. Austin vs. scion I winner of the tie. at 170; J. E. Hewc-a vs. third winner of thu tie ft 170; B. P. MerrlmnR vs. S. D. Bowers. The consolation round '.wirings aj-e: Gerrltt Smith Vs. II. D. Beach; W. J. Nichols vs. E. L. Soofleld, Jr.; A. II. Chase vs. C. L. Heath; E. E. Rltln; hart, Jr., vs. J C. Crahb; H. J. Graham vs. C. H. Zimmerman; V. G. Bush nell vs. C. E. Martin; C H. Waldo, Jr., vs. J. K. Blssland; the loser of of the tie at 170 vs. W. B. Ely. The pairings In the bunker contest arc: E. P. Root vs. O. E. Waldo, sr.; S. P. Williams vs. C. II. Wlllson; F. E. Sands vs II. Stoddard; It. I). lockwood vs. M. C. Treadway; M. II. Marsh vs. G. D. Munson; F. Hale, jr., vs. T. H. Patterson; S. S. Day vs. .'). W. Camp; B. II. Warford vs. W. L. Murray. In the fourth set uro the fottowln.r! JlcUona (1 vs. W. II. Race: E. M. Hrad- ley vs. G. II. Knight; G. 1j. Sargent vs. W, H. Hapgood; II. H. Sargent vs. C. Stackman; Z. Goodall vs. J. R. Eaerd; G. P. Sheldon vs. A. E. Ven ness. There were not sixteen left to make up the fifth round, and In the draw ings matches were defaulted to four. The matches will therefore be: A. E. Chirm vs. bye; F. II. Gates vs. E. I Seofleld, sr.; C. C. Hale vs. bye; V. O. Bobbins vs. It. A. Dup.'.; II. It. D. Sterritt vs. bye; R. W. Carter vs. F. E. Gibbons; II. II. Walker vs. bye; A. H. Barclay vs. C. K. Billings. The score of the first l'. medal piny, taking In those four who have 170 are as follows; To- Out In tal. R H. Hovey, Hartford .... 73 81 151 W, A. Rice, New Haven ... S2 81 lfil S. D. Bowers, Rrooklnwn.. 78 81 l.'.O P. M. Smith, Hartford 80 87 17 R R. Cooley, Hartfnrd 8ii 82 lfiS R. I,. Jackson, Mlddletown 80 88 18 W. K. Shepard, New Haven 86 83 Ififl R. S. White, 2d, New Haven 87 82 19 C. T. Kaylor, Naugatuck. .. 79 85 lfil W. W. Pratt .Hartford.... 78 01 1M J. E. Hee., Hartford "5 83 ICS W. Aur.t'n, Ncrwlch 81 83 K.9 B. P. Merr'-.-r.frr.. Waterbury 79 S3 12 W. C. Marst'.nis. New Hnvrn 83 87 170 S. Stoddard, Bridgeport.... 85 8.1 170 E. S. Bronsnti, New Haven. 81 89 170 E. Trendennli'k, Merlden... 81 89 170 The other totals: Gerrltt Smith 171, an-l:H. I). Reach 177, W. J. Nichols. Rrook- jlnwii. 17. K. 1,. Sc-fleld. Jr.. 175. A II i Chase 177, C. U H'-nth 172. E. E. Rhine- I bar;. lr.. ITS. J ( Crnhh 177 a t ? ""A" Va Yi. ,K it. it. 'inr'opi u'J. . I,. Murrnv l P. W. Paige 1fi. O. W. Hotchklss IS W. p. McDonald 185. W. H. Race 8H. K. M. Rrndley 185. O. H. Knight 189, (I. I,. Sargent 189, W. If. Hapgood 188, H. n. Fargent IfU, C. Rtacknian 194, ?,. Good all 191, J. R. lieard 190. G. P. Pheldon 189, A. ft. Witness 191, A. ft. Chirm 200. V. H. Gates 197, ft. Ij. ftcofleld, sr.. 200, C. ('. Hale 201. F. O.'Rohhlns 2l, II. A. Pupec 202. H. II. P. Sterritt 203, H. W. Carter 200, F. E. Olbhons 20, . H. Walker 2M, A. H. Barcley 199, C. K. Billings 2);!. SPORTING BRIEFS. CardllT, July 8. The crlcket'team represenllng the gentlemen of Phila delphia to-day won Its Initial maU'h with the Kouth Wales eleven by 3H runs. Ixjndon, July 8. Oxford beat Cam bridge by two wickets In the annual cricket match at Lords this afternoon. .Following are the Brighton Beach entries for to-day: First race, handicap, 2 year olds, 5 1-2 furlongs: Preceptor 102, Joe Madden 119, Personal 103, Gliding Belle, Kthereul 100, Verbatim 94, Sententious 9X Secnd race, Steeplechase. 5 year olds and up, selling, about two miles;' Del canta, 150, Hound Brook, Jimmy I.ane, Prince of Pllsen 142. Third, 4 year olds end upward, -one ml!e and a sixteenth, Antaeus 111. Mar athon, ftaslon ion, King Heprv loo, i.MttMr-r, due maniey im, uiace uamer- j on in. rourth, handicap, 3 year olds, nut ! mllp: Biff Chief 126. Question Mark ill ! Bpnriuel 117, St. Regis lit, Falcada 113 I.lve Wire, Arasee 110, Great Pirate IDS Malaga 115. Flflh. 2 year olds, selling, 5 1-2 fur longs: Harrlgan 117, Lady Sellna 10, Gliding Belle. Yankee Daughter, Miss Granville, Granla, Hohonia 101, O.' 1r. Kid 102. Sixth, 3 year olds and up, selling, mile and an eighth: Col. While 107, Beauclere lo:i, Brother Jonathan OS, Import 91), Fiizette, Montauk 01. There are seven women physicians In New Orleans, and all of them are strug gling to be admitted to membership In the Orleans Parish M.edlcal society. So long as thpy are barre.d from member ship In this society they will not no re ceived In the Louisiana Slate Medical society or In the American Medh'nl rs. soc ial Ion. The doctors who oppoae the admission of these women Into the par ish society declare that In their be lief the preat professions a not suita ble, sphere for women sponrsMAN i.oc. Racing at Brighton Beach, 2:80 p. m. Polo at Rockuway, 5 p. m. Rltle shooting: Olympic match es at Fllsley, Lug, Trap shoot Ing: Olymplo con tents nt rxenden, Kng, Autoinohlling: start of Glldden tour at BufTnlo,' . Cricket. Philadelphia at Wor cestershire, K.ng Golf: Advertising men's tour nnmetit at I ,n in b tun Coulitry club, Toronto, Ont. Connecticut Btata championship at New Haven, Lawn tenrls: Tournament at Eiiglewnod, N; J. Tournamept at Springfield (,'miniry club. South ern championships at Atlanta. Hound robin doubles at Westches. ter Country club, 4:30 p. m. i roon card at nnioiiTOx. I'entttre W'nn rourih Hare Wlierc TrnHti by Spurting Won by Xoso. Brighton Beach, N. Y .July 8. A very ordlnnray card was run oft at Brighton Beach todny, but the finishes wcr clone nnd exciting. The feature event was the handicap at one and one-eighth miles, fourth on the card. The llnlnh In this event was very close and only the Judges were able to sep arate the horses. Trash was given firs', money with Cairngorm second and D'Arkle third. Beckon and Cairngorm raced close together for three-quarter of a mile when Beckon quit and Cairn gorm took command. In the stretch Trash challenged and In hard drlva Trash Just managed to win by a pofc. First rnce, maiden two-year-olds, 5 1-2 furlongs; Sir John, 112, McCahey, to 1, 3 to 1, 8 to 5, won: Ruble, 112, E. Ptisan. 10 to 1, 4 to 1, 2 to 1, second; Tod, 112, Ding, 10 to 1, 4 to 1. 2 to 1. third. Time, 1:0" 3-5. Greenlawn, Spec tatress, Tlmbuctoo, The rippln, He phaestus, Yankee Datmhter, Submit, 'Moorish King and Detective also ran. Second race, steeplechase; four year oi ls and upward, short course, about two miles: Vervane, 145, McKlnncy, 7 to 10, 1 to 4. out, won; Motor, 11" Criimhley, n to 5, 3 to 8. out, second; Fauquier, 153. Davidson, 5 to 1, 8 to 6, out, third. Time. 4:03 2-5. Queen of Knight' fell. Fauquier fell, waa rc- mntinted nnd finished third. Third race, handicap, three-year-! olds and upward, one mile nnd a six-1 teenth: Com Cob. 109, McDanlel, 11 to 5. 9 to 10, 2 to 5, won; Molesey, 105, Musgrnve, 9 to 5, 4 to 5, 2 to 5, econd; Grei no, 100, Sweet, 30 to 1, 10 to 1, 5 to 1, third. Time, 1:47. Coincident, Countermand, Brancas, Counfers'gn, Lally, George G. Hall and Malaga also ran. Fourth race, handicap, three-year- j olds and upward, one mile and an eighth: Trneh, m, Fweet, n to 6, 4 to o nnd 2 to 5, won; Cairngorm, 118, B. Pugnn, 5 to 2, 9 to 10 and 2 to S, sec ond; D'Arkle 95, McCarthy, 20 to !, S to 1 nnd 4 to 1, third. Time, 1:53 2-5. Winning Star Campaign, Beckon and Bartender also ran. Fifth rnce, two-yenr-oMs, selling, five furlonprs: Taknhlra, lf5, MrCahey, 2 to 1, 4 to 5", and 2 to 5, won; Wnpon eca, 102, E. Dtigiin, 11 to 5, 4 to 6, Sn 2 to 5, second; Ragman, 99, Gilbert, 8 to 1. 2 to 1, and even, third. Time, 1:01. I.enkont, Chaperon, Rose Beaumont, Mystify, St. Wlthold, Merry Widow, Beauty Bright also ran. Sixth race, three-year-olds, selling, six furlongs: Black Mary, 90, Sweet, 6 to 1, 8, to 5 and 4 to 5, won; Besom, 108, Vpton, 9 to 1", 1 to 3 nnd out, second: Arsoe, in7, Notter, 8 to 5, 2 to 5, ami out, third. Time, 1:13 2-8. Quren of Sheba, Alchemy, Mlramnr, Montrose, Dial Plat, Omnipotent, Richmond Duke, BlHkr end Erls Court also ran. BMIXOATS VI AJIX. 1'ollce Team Cnptttres Sfond fintne Willi Scribes In Knsy planner. Yesterday afternoon at Ynle field the hlueroats ' again showed the scribes how to play ba.sehall nnd ad tnlnlMtered rather a humiliating de. feat. Tho official scorer had his troubles to keep track of the hits and errors and before the lucky seventh hail come around he was among the missing. Rumor had It that the score wa 22 to 6, and If this Is nit correct It Is safe to n.srt that It was something like It. Without question the feature of the game wiiit the bril liant nil round work of OfTlcer Riley. Entering the contest In the sixth he wns a tower of strength In the mid dle garden, nnd after banging out a stinging single to left he made the most daring steal of the day to sec I on.i bce. Not content with this he tempted the scribo3' pitcher again and In a mad endeavor to catch him nap ping the spectators were brought, to their feet by his second successful .Men! for a base. Had he fully recov ered his breath It's a good bet he would have stolen home but the fates gummed the game. Seriously speak ing, however, the police department has got a first rate ball club, and New Havener can look forward ito their bringing home the championship. The schedule of games with the police of other cities In the slate will be an nounced In the near future nnd some good baseball Is In store for tho city officials. DRY GOODS l.F.MX E OPEN'S. Mulloy Mno to Meet Howe & Stet sou's To-morrow Afternoon. The first amateur dry goods baseball game of the season will be played to morrow afternoon on the Westvllle pnrk grounds, Weetvllle, between the Malley and Howe & Stetson nines, and as both sides are reported to have strong nines It should be a most inter esting match. The Malley nine won a very closely contested game on the Fourth of July with the strong Brown- Thomson team at Hartford, and the Howe & Stetson boys Iinve not only been practicing very diligently, but have won a couple of games recently with a strong local team, l.a these are the only two houses st present repre tientlng local dry gooda baseball, the game will certainly be one for blood. The Westvllle park grounds, which have been granted to the Edward Mal ley Co. Baseball association for all Friday afternoons In July and August with tho exception of July 21th, are very envy to get al, very well kept and are situated In charming surroundings Just at the foot of West Rock, They can be reached by Westville car In 18 minutes from Church nnd Chapel streets. The lineup for the Howe & Stetson nine: Finn, catcher; Puller, pitcher; Sceley, first base; Boucher, shortstop; Sullivan, second base; Red mond, third base; Lynch, left field; Fi ler, center field, Hayes, right field. M alley's lineup: MacCormac, pitcher; Klarman, catcher; Ettllnger, first base; j Doyle, second base; Flynn, shortstop; T44H4'i Gut STRAW HATS MEN'S FURNISHINGS, SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. $2, $3, $4 Hats for $.00. $1.00 and $1.25 Shirts $1.50 and $2.00 Shirts 79c $1.19 For one week, ending next Saturday evening at 10 o'clock, we make a grand surplus sale of our straw hats and men's f'ir nishings. The prices are no criterion of their value. They are this season's standard goods. We never issue an annovnee ment of this kind without living right up to the letter of it, re' . gardless of loss. Sale is strictly cash, Stocks are now very , complete, The MT'H-tW Grodsky, third base; MeMnnus. left field; Cnmtsky, center field. ';tcr, right field. The game will b . . Ired by T. J. Fleming of the Mulli.', o.j;0. NOT niSSATISFirOD. .Mnnnger of Bennett's Penles That His Men nro On SfrlUo, Manager Harry Donovan of the Bennett baseball team denies Unit there Is any trouble among the mem bers of the team as has been stated. Manager Donovan says that tho men are p' rfectly satisfied with their cap tain, .Mi'. Cook, and that all of thn men are willing to play In thn new Lighthouse league which v.hh recently organized by William Lush. Tho Bennetts will play the games already scheduled with the Lighthouse league the lirst game of which will be played on Sunday. r;rx n,rn mff,tixo. The regular quarterly tneeilng of the New Haven Gun club will be held Sat urday night nt 8 o'clock In the rooms of the club In the Y. M. C. A. bulldln:, when several ma iters of Importance will be discussed, - v FINE SCORES MADE Shoot of New Haven Gun Club a Success All the Way The Summary. At tho big shoot ot the New Haven Gun club here on the Fourth some fine scores were made, H. L. Brown of Newark was actual high gun, but as he Is a professional he did not qualify for a prize. F. A. Sherman was ama teur hlsh gun and received a lealher hag and ft. Kelley was second. M. Hepburn was third and Schortemeler of New York, and B. W. Clnrldge were tied for fourth. The former received a box of cigars and the latter a shooting blouse, Dr. Smith drew the sixth prize and Robertson and Robinson were Ilea for seventh. Neuman was ninth and Morrison tenth. The out of town shots were Schorte meler of New, York, Gilbert of Sey mour, Hyinan of -Guilford, and Brown of Newark. The weather was fine and all had a pleasant time. The shooting began at 10 o'clock and continue until 3 In the afternoon. About 3,000 targets were thrown. The following is the com plete summary: , i.O 1 Kellv 9 Dr. Smith 10 Robertson 6 Minor 5 Clarldge 9, Hetnmoler .7 Sherman 8 Morrlsey . , , 7 Schnrtemler 6 1-lvma.n 6 Graham 8 Hull 8 Perm 7 Thompson 9 M unlock 6 II. Smith 3 Dann 8 Robinson 7 Weldner 2 Gilbert 8 Neumann 6 Hepburn S Brown 8 Dr. Nettleton 6 O, W. Bristol Savage rice P mSAm . SALE ENDS SATURDAY, JULY 1110 P. M. 795 CHAPEL STREET. ttWWtWWWtWHW GIYEN ELK HORNS! Second Company, Governor's Foot Guard, Formally Ac cepts Handsome ' ' Trophy. A pleasing Incident at the monthly meeting of tho Second Company Gov ernor's Foot Guard, Monday evening, wns tho formal presentation to the company of a large and beautiful pair of elk-horns which had been recently plnced over the door, leading from the company room Into the Second Regi ment (C. N. G.) armory. The horns, as thn following lctte explains, have a local history that make them a desir able necesslon to several other memen toes In the company's possession. "New Haven, Conn., June 27, 1008. "Major Frederick W, Brown., Second Co., Governor's Foot Gunrd, 'Tenr Major: Croton Firo Engine company, No. 1, of the New Haven Volunteer Fire Department, served from 1853 to 1855; then dlshanded nnd formed themselves Into a military company, under the name of the Inde pendent Rangers wearing a unllorm slmllur to that, of the Old Guard of New York. Tiring of military service nnd desiring to remain together In somo capnelty they reorganized under the title of the Lflteh String Originals. "It has been the honor and privilege of the undersigned to serve In the ca pacity of secretary ever since tl"3 first organization In 1KS3. At the Dlith annual reunion of the 1. S. O., Janunry 13, lOOS (being the last formal gathering of the .club) It was unanimously voted, at my requeHt, to present the elk-horns (now gracing the walls of the armory) to the Second company, Governor's Foot Guard. "It affords me great pleasure here with to perforin tho duty assigned. "Yours with highest regard, "CAPT. B. JEPSON." Tho several company committees for the entertainment of tho Richmond Light Infantry Blues Baltnllon on their visit to this city in September, made reports which are simply tentative und will be acted upon by the company at Its monthly meeting In August. The latest wonder Is the Installation at the London hippodrome of a serlcii of tiny machines' that, silently generate sea air Into the auditorium. Targets IB 20 15 Events 4 5 fi 15 20 20 15 20 130 T'lls 2 3 13 17 13 14 11 12. 7 13 13 15 13 17 : 19 14 19 13 9 18 15 15 12 16 18 12 10 13 14 11 1!) Hi 19 13 IS 17 19 12 17 14 14 14 14 14 13 14 15 12 13 (j 134 125 117! 10 13 7 13 18 12 13 16 11 13 18, 14 12 16 13 13 17 15 5 11 9 15 14 12 1)6 130 64 137 107 130 64 61 34 77 47 29 28 103 11" 51 103 ' 108 133 139 14 20 20 12 8 0 12 12 14 11 12 10 18 12 ' 5 8 10 7 1 0 6 - 11 17 10 11 12 14 13 15 8 11 II 17 14 13 8 9 8 1.5 13 14 1 2 20 13 1 7 14 19 12 18 7 13 11 17 12 14 7 ii ii 15 15 9 17' 14 17 17 18 10 11 15 11 13 15 15 14 14 13 IS 20 5 10 . 5 11 19 Sale Co. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Wllkesbarre, Pa., July 8. The hou occupied by Frank C.eruttl, an Italian, at Plttston, was wrecked early to-day by a heavy charge-of dynamite. Cooperstown, N. Y., July 8 The con dition of Bishop Henry C. Potter eontln. tied lo Improve to-day. Dr. Janvrln wns seen this morning Just after visit ing the bishop, and he, reported hll patient as "all right." ., Washington, July 8. Negotlatlpns are In progress for an extradition treaty between Honduras and the -'United States. The. treaty Is expected to b signed between Acting Secretary Ade and iMInlsler.t'garte. . . Washington. July 8. Rear Admiral James II. Dayton, commander-in-chief of the Pacific fleet, according to orders Issued hy the navy department to-dav, will be relieved of duty on the 81st Inst., and ordered home to await hi retirement on the. 25th of October. Cincinnati, O.. July 8. Details of th program for the celebration of notifica tion day wl'l be decided upon Thursday at Hot Springs, Va.. where a conference wlll oc held with ex-Secretary Tart. It was practically decided last night that the formal notification shall take placo on the grounds of the Charles P. Taft home on July 28. . i FOREIGN ECHOES. London, July 8. The German steam ship Uuropa, from Bremen April IB, for Norfolk, has been posted at Lloyd's ot missing. Hrlslngfors, July 8. The new Fin nish diet, the members of which were elected on June 30. Is composed of "8 social democrats, 63 Old Finns, f6 Swedes, 2B Young Finns, 8 agrarians, and I Christian Thinkers. The distri bution of parties is almost identical with that of the old diet. Yusovo, Russia, July 8. It la now six days since the gas explosion In the coal mine here that resulted In more than two hundred miners losing their lives, and' it Is believed that fifty men-aro still In tUe mine. A man was rescued to-day from the eastern side of the Shalt. ... Max Winter, In an account of the vis it of tho Brooklyn 1 Arlon society. to. the White House . recently, sayi that the society was more highly honorel than the Vienna singers who made a visit there last year. One addltonal song was asked from the foreigners after their program had been finished. hut three more were asked of the Brooklyn singers. 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