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THE i MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, JULY 0, 1008.
Te (JJasFIoiisoi? (5- GREATER BARGAINS FOR THURSDAY Cotton Diaper Thursday In the m w ynrd ptecM. Basement a :S ::::::::::::::!!: ". 22 Inch, special OStfj Bht summer weight at 19?. 24 Inch, special 73tf. 27 Inch, special,.., 80. HOSIERY for Mon," Woman , , .. and Children, excellent 13c, Bpfldat Values In COLORED and lSo, value; Thursday at 0. WASH GOODS, prices very low. 1 1 Narrow Blark 36 ,ncn Cretonne i i niuu floral an(l conventional flRiires, VeiVef KlDDOnS regularly IDe. yard; Thursday for neck and sleeve trimming-, 10?. also for the new neck collar; i . . . vCi9Seenohur8dQy 3 Stamped Parasols ' regularly $1.50; Thursday 77if. COndrinvna,nd "Wash Petticoats SZn a palr' 2?Sfrth ,UB! Thurs" . .White Linen for White Waists WalStS and SUltS. that were Jl.SO. Ji.75 and J2.00; value 75c. a yard; Thursday Thursrl.iv at 81.00. so. : 1 ' AisiehU O0oiB Dept' Center Negligee Shirts ' thl Monarch brand, usual $1.00 Corset Cover vft"': - Ernbroldery Men's Hose values D9c. and 75c; Thursday from any of our - Iloec, plain or fancy; Thursday Women's and at 19 Misses' Colored . Women's Embroidered Linen Combination Suits . COlldrS "Bnt weight, lace trimmed, low value 25c each- Thursdav 5 n''ck no l"v length, vame zoc. eacn, inursaay oy. wonh m , Tnurmlay at R9. S,f13?ll,LoJ?fPrrsSs Women's Hoso slightly Imperfect, values 75c. and $1.00 each; Thursday 25. ,n 'hl,e lacP- worth 25c; . Thursday r,t 17?. Foulard Silks WntYlftn,c Mrtcn nice assortment of patterns to W Union 5 HOSO select from, value 85c. a yard; In white silk and lisle, drop Thursday 50. ' stitch, worth 50c; Thursday at 39. Black Voile . - rri Dress Goods Muslin Drawers . , .,.' , ... plain, hemstitch ruffle, value vajue $1.00 a yard; Thursday 33c; Thursday at 20?. ' .Colored Mohair ""Muslin Drawers rrcc PfirtHc with embroidery and lace trlm- , vJUUUa trtlnBs, 50c, value; Thursday at value $1.25 a yard; Thursday 39". 5. : QtamrwH H - Summer Corsets Ola m pea rid IS ln batiste nnd ventilated, usual regularly 50c; Thursday 25. 48c; Thursday 39f. GIVEN 2ND DEGREE That Is the Verdict Oonto Jury Brings in After Two Hours. SENTENCE THIS MORNING Then Regular July Session of the Su ' pcrlor Criminal Court Begins Court Xcws. The Conto Jury brought In a ver dict of guilty In the second degree yesterday afternoon at 5:26 after hav ing been out exactly two hours. He will be sentenced at 0 o'clock this morning, after which the regular criminal session for. July will be be gun. Yesterday morning Attorney Wynne gave his argument in behalf of his client, Salvatore Conto, alias Bale Kelly, who was being tried on a charge of murder ln the criminal side of the superior court. State Attorney Williams, In the absence of the as sistant state attorney, gave both the opening and closing argument for the , state. He concluded the first argu ment Tuesday afternoon, taking up the closing one at I o'clock yesterday afternoon, after which J,udge Shum way charged the Jury. The arguments of both Attorney WMlinms unci Attnrnpv Wvtino worn forceful and "eloquent. Attorney Wynne's contention was that during all the trouble his client acted ln self-, defense only, and he also claimed that the witnesses at the Rffnlr had contradicted one another In their statements of what happened. Superior Criminal To-day. This morning the regular July term of the superior criminal court will be opened ln this city, It being adjourn ed from Tuesday, owing to the fact that the murder trial of Salvatore Conto, alias Sale Kelly, was? not fin ished, l There -are thirty-five prisoners In all to face the court for trial. As As sistant State's Attorney Ailing Is at Pine Camp with the Second regiment, $5.0.0 will not buy many yards of car pet. It will go a great way with us in making your carpets, rugs, upholstery, eto., clean and bright like new. Lot us give you, FREE, esti mate, even if you have but one or two rooms to be cleaned. The Vacuum Cleaner to. le! 2700. Attorney David Fitzgerald will assist State's Attorney Williams. The list of prisoners and the charges agaliiHt them, scheduled to come before the court, are us follows: Henry Adley, assault with Intent to kill; Louis Aleniande, two counts of theft; Fred Claffay, burglary, Merl- den; William If. Dore.ssn '.burglnry, Walllngford; Marty de I'ea.iro, burg lary; Matthew Marley, burglary; Do na to Farlrelll, assault with intent to kill, Merlden; Joseph (rnlluzzl, burg lary; John Oulllano, abuse of female child; Frank Green, burglary, rob bery; Daniel Hnrrlgan, false preten ses; Leo J. Hill and Patrick J. Kln sclla, burglary; Lawrence Kent, adul terv, Ansrtnla; Andrew Kanotigh, burg lary, Merlden; John Kennedy, burg lory, Derby; John Larcse, assault with Intent to kill, Merlden; Chester K. Lawrence, abandonment of wife, and cohabiting with another woman; Frank Lee, assault with Intent to murder, Branford; Charles Monlur, burglary, Walllngford; William Mul len, theft from person; John T. Mc Gulnness, theft, third offense; James McDowell, burglary; Oscar Ozga, burglary, Wallingfora; Joseph Plerlnl, burglnry, Merlden; Arthur Roberts, burglary; Korvo Safaro, burglary, Merlden;' Frank Slattery, burglary, Orange; Gilbert ' A. Stevens, theft; John TownsenrL assault, Ansonla; peter Vlezzskle, theft of fowls, Merl den; William W. Ward, false preten se?; Thomas Young, burglary, Anso nla, and Joseph and Angella Laudlno, Incest, Hamden. Curprtitcr's Tools In Court. The city court room yesterday morning looked like a first class hard ware store, for the floor was littered with saws, plane, relt punches, ham mers, levels and all manner of car penter's tools, which .were placed In evidence against George Harrow, who was charged with burglary. He tileacl ed guilty and whs bound over to the next term of the superior court. He-turn Hny. Yesterday, wns return day In the civil side of the common pleas court and several rases of Interest were re turned among the two score or more filed for the July term. Tljesfl are; . The suit of Ella May .Cotlon against Frederick A. Netlleton of this city, over the sale of a house at fi" GnlTc street, It Is. alleged that Mr. Nettleton Issued with the sale a war ranty deed declaring the property free from all Incumbrances. After the deal had been consummated it was found that the house was leased for a year and the new owners could not get possesion. Five hundred dollars damages Is asked. Edward E.. Stevens of Nuugnliick sues Wellington & McCarthy, contrac tors of Boston, and Charles Blilnen. a Mlddlehury contractor, for $700 damages for Injuries done his proper ty at Mltldlebiiry. The contractors were engaged'1 In work for the New York, New Haven and Hartford rond, and Mr. Stevens alleges removed his fences, cut down his trees and took away loam from his summer home, damaging It greatly. The money owed the defendants by the road was gar nlsheed. Emma Edwards sues Benjamin Hempstead for $1,000 damages for the obstruction of a right of way, claimed by the plaintiff to property ln Desirable Shore Cottage For Rent. 'milOHi; C()TT(iK of ten rooms rlulit on i lio waicr-front lit cool YVOon.MONT.ON-TlIi:. KOl'XI). This col men Is fully furnish ed, has iiioilcrn liiitliroom and nil conveniences for comfort. J.ni'tc vci'iiimIiin, Hot location. Tor rent Imlimcc of senson. Also a MiiulhT cottage close by, by niontli or season, Apply to AI.RFRT W, JIVTTOOX, HON ('Impel Ml., cor, Oniiiko St. ATTOOS MATH KIN'S CORNER. f jange. The clnlm Is that the defend ants put pom and wires across It and shut off the plaintiffs. Ildoro Elliott of Durham sues ; Itnlph A. Xleliersorj and wife of Wal t llngforj to restrain 'thetn from de I stroylng the drainage system in Pyl- van avenue, Walllngfnrd, property i owned by Imth parties. ChaiiK'es con I teniplnled hy the defendants the . plnlntilT alleges would Injure the ys ' teni now In use.' ' Will Prosecute Autolm. Attorney Anthony Ppluello and others who were passengers on a Branford car which left the center of thn city at about 5 o'clock Tuesday sfternoon, .tre so Incensed nt the actions uf a iii.'in driving automobile "C 7121" that yesterday morning complaint was made to Selectman Tultle of East Haven, and prosecution will probably follow. In speaking of the Incident, attorney Splnello cm M that a man alighted from the car a short distance from East Ha v n and automobile No. 71C4 came n'ong at a pretty, good sped, .'truck tin. man In the buck and carrlej him a short distance, 'Attorney f'jlnello (lalms Hint the chauffeur did not stop to ascertain the ext. nt of the man's Injuries, and thus l.s liable U ro.-vcu-tion. When seen at 11 o'clock this morning Attorney splnello said that he was about to lodge complaint with Po le t mil n 'Tut tie. The name of the owner of auto "C 7121" could not be learned In this city, the lntest book Issued by the state not having ny higher reKittrailon nu.n bi it than liMG. Delnney FMnte. On objections by Attorney Raci er, representing the estate of the ;:iu Ed ward J. Delaney,' a spirited li'iirlmr was held In the probate c uirt on tne claim of Attorney EreleticK T perry, conservator over Mr. Delnuey. He r.sker for Jflnn nnd after the hear ing Judge Ptudley decided to cut It S101 and allowed him thei balance. Mr. Perry was appointed conservator Feb ruary 13, l!tn;, and served until Mr. De laney's death some months ago. At the time of the appointment he 'va.i cli'tlt of the charity board which mile, the application to have Mr. Delanry put n custody; According to thn ,-ir?'i'iients yesterday morning he had no trouble with the charge and what 'ie had was not. worth the jnon asked for. l was represented hy Judge Matlv'wson, who explained ,ho duties Jo the .?oirt, but Tudgt S'c.dley thought $200 enough artd made on allowance at that figure Final Wire Hearing. The final Bearing ln bankruptcy of the National Wire corporation was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock before fiefcreo In Bankruptcy Henry G. Newton, at which all claims against the company were examined and pass cd upon; nli fees and charges Involved I In the settlement of the estate were adjusted, and the proposed offer of 70 per cent, of claims, as allowed to gen eral creditors, was made. This offer la stated as follows: "Tim creditors, except the National Steel and Wire company, the estate ofr K. H. Webster, those having priority, and the holders of. bonds secured by mortgage, nhall receive seventy per cenl of the amounts of tin Ir claims as allowed, In full settlement; the remain ing aspels, after payment of debts hav- ing priority, f nny, and experts of rotticnient to be distributed to said the National Steel and Wire compan'y. ex cept so much as l.s paid to 'he holders of tne bends and payment of 70 per cent, to be made as soon, after said meeting of July Sl.li as Is practicable." Rues Kmed ley Co Jeremiah Jtnnovan, a metal rlenler of "1n lUxvvell avenue, has hroujtht suit. MiRlnst thn Smerlley company for Jn.nflO , (Iuiihkch for injuries he received on ai fi roll 21, woi. jinnovan team was plinullnn; In the street at. Ptate and Chapel streets and one of fmedley's trucks collided with It. Donnvrfn was Jammed In between the two tennis and had two ribs broken on the rlsht side of his body. The suit, i.s'returnnhle to Hie ,ni"'ii'r enure on the lire1 T'lopdny in September. I K. Jacobs brings the action fur Donovan. Ili'iidlcy lOstnte. Atlnrrty rieorffu 11, (Vmley was yes tfrday r.ppnlnird administrator, eta. of the estai,; of the lute Kllznheth S. Rrurlley who died licre 13 years aso but M'hose estate was left, to the life u. e of her husband. Tlio latter died some liii). m?n leaving bis estate to the Kvcrgreen Cemetery assnclRtlon and at the heai'liiR today it developed - that Mrs. Bradley bad willed that, on her husband's PStli ber estate should also go half and half to the Cemetery asso- clstlon and to her brother John Thompson In England, As he could not ; Inherit real estate under the law she . Olrecled tnst It be converted Into cash I at httl. hnnhanit'H artA than )A I v ..... ............. v ... hiii a i v. ....... distributed, Objections were made to this today and further contest may be marie. Tiis objections were nmde by two elsterj of Mrs. ' Bradley, Anna Steele and Fatnlo Emory. (Mr. Thompson has not been hiard from In eurs. WESTYILLE. E. Shaw of West Elm street Is spending1 his vacation with relatives In Madison. Mrs. J, Henderson of Fair Haven Is the guest of Mrs. H. Sholder of West Rock park for a while, James McGuIre of 70 Barnett street, who has been confined to his home with typhoid fever for the last two months, walked as far as the village for the first time yesterday. , Mrs. H. Greer of Tour avenue, who has been spending the lost montU with relatives ln Milne,, has returned home. Tonic Miller of Valley street was arrested Tuesday morning by Oltlcer Ahearn for giving his next door neigh bor a horsewhipping, He Is out on ball for 150, Another accident occurred on Whal ley avenue between Fountain street and the Whalley avenue bridge, which might have proved fatal only for the quick work of the people In the car riage. The carriage belongs to J. Levlt of 42 Oschard street. The ac cident was due to a bad spot In the road. OIK GREATEST PUFACHFJl. Chicago Minister Plnces Wreath on Kni volt's Brow. Edinburgh, July 8. At today's session of the International Congregational convention, Dr. Mills of Chicago, speaking on the hearing of New Tes tament ethics on the family and econ omic relations, referred to what he de signated as the "work of America's greatest preacher, who for seven years has used the White House In the splr it of the old -time, prophets to spply the moral law to he great American cor poration. The practical result of thl? teaching Is a revlvnl of the sense of ethical responsibility so' deep," tile speaker declared, "that neither of the great political parties dares nominate a man for the presidency who was not known to be a teacher of righteous ness." During a discussion that followed Dr. Mills' remarks, Dr. Brown of Califor nia declared that Incidentally he had seen more drunkenness In Edinburgh In a single day than In a whole month In "wicked San Francisco," WIUFLF.SS I ltOM THE FXFJJT. Ships Pass Through Fog Ontsldo the tJato Into Fine Wenlher. V. P. R. Connecticut, nt Sea, July 7. t The Atlantic battleship ;ieet passed out the Golden Gate at a speed jf ten knots. When outside tfio heads a thick fog shut It In. The fleet v.ns stopped oft the lightship by wireless telegrnlns and gun signals In ird .r t discharge pilots. On the second I'.urt signal the fleet proceeded on Iti course for Honolulu. The fog lifted about 6 p. m. At 9 o'clock to-night the fleet changed Its formation In perfect ord'T to line of squadron. The wenther at this hour Is fine. July 8 9:30 a, m., by wireless tele graph to Mare Island, Navy yard, California The Atlantic fleet Is steaming this morning 'n squadron formation nt ten knots, l$i miles out from Pan Francisco. Weather fine nnd calm. ANNOUNCEMENT. 1 cifsiie to announce to my friends and the public generally, that pending t readjustment of mv affairs, calis intended for mc may be sent to Messrs, Lewis fit M:ycoclc, No. 1112 Chapel Street. All work will receive prompt and careful attention. Telephone 65. ROBT. N. BURWEU, Undertaker AlVNOimCKMKNT. I desire to announce to the public Hint I nm nonr itetlnc In the rnnnoltt mourning florin the funeral period) mlcnillnar to the ninny (let nil which present lheinelv nt mien time) ren ilerlna nsststnnee to funeral director, and representing the fnmllr on nil oc. rnslnna. Alllllnted with nil lending tin dermkeri. MH9. J. WILLIAM KF.NNKY Telephone OitHa-4. T Uir OPI I Vyfc. oLLL j J i J TEA 24c. lb IN ALL VARIETIES I COFFEE 18c Ib.i IN ALL FLAVORS. ' 1 ' These Coffees are Itegnlnr 35o Ynlites. i SATISFACTION GUARANTEE 4 Direct Importing Company 1 71 Orange Street Up One Flight Foot Center Street. T .A i .j.,H4. ''.K44. All our stores will close Thursdays at noon during July and August. The F. J. 926 Chapel Street. 175 Dlxwell Avenue. 610 Congress Avenue. Closed . . Friday Afternoons during JULY and AUGUST Orders for City delivery filled up to J 0:30 a m. 381 State Street lf,ft yr:kn:ni) y 1 Delegation of Flks to (irnnil Fodso Session In Dnl Ins, The New Haven delegation of' the Benevolent and Protective Order of E s started for Dallas, Texas yester day morning to aitend the grand lodge session which will be opened In tluTt city on Monday of next week. In the party were Joseph H. Mulvey, Augus tus Hemming, John Shea, Hartford; William Schwed, West HnvtMi; Itlcli ard Freeman New London; John Campbell, Hartford. The party reach ed Jersey city nt 11 o'clock and left there at noon. A stop over of two days will be made In .St. IOiils, mid Little Rock and Hot Springs, Ark., will be visited. The entire trip will occupy about 18 days. A GREAT SUMMER CORDIAL, Creme-de-Menthe. We have this cardial put up in regular so-called quart bot tles, that we can sell at a figure far under the average price of others. Take homo a bottle and use a little shaved ice, and note what an. excellent bever age it makes. : BOTTLE.... 75c 0 l Choice Prime Meats AND Fresh Killed Poultry, The BEST QUALITY is the CONSTANT AIM of this market. We are ready to serve you with the best the marts afford, and at prices that are fair and just. Prompt service. Send us your orders. We are pleasing particular customers we will try and please you. Frank R. Baldwin, 1231 Chapel, cor. Howe St. Telephoiifl- BUS two wires. THE BEST STANDARD, REGULAR 60c VALUE X Markle'Co. MAIN STORES: 103-105 Broadway. BRANCHES: 613 Dlxwell Avenue. State Street, cornel' Olive. 612 Edgewood Avenue. CANNED For Lunches, Picnics,- Trip3 and Drivea sirable and palatable. OX TONGUE, LUNCH HAM, BONED CHICKEN, SLICED TURKEY, CURRIED FOWL,. POTTED MEATS, TRUFFLED CHICKEN LIVERS, PUREE DE FOIES GRAS, DEVILED HAM, DEVILED CHICKEN, ; WHOLE HAMS. The S. W. Hurlburt Co. ' 1074 Chapel St. Bargains READ. The largest 10c bottle, packed of big Ollics, plain or stuffed, 20c. IMPORTED PICKLES. Miicoiioi IiIc'h Fan Vun Tickles, a will pletisc you. . POULTRY IS CHEAP. Lour Island fresh-killed Ducks, and young, tender Fowl. Cost ', low I sold full dressed. SUMMER VEGETABLES. Wo have u very complete line, and the prices are low. FRESH FRUIT. '' Whortleberries, Tcuches, Kaspberrlcs, Watermelons, Cantaloupes, etc. Attructive prices. , D. M. Welch & Son. 3Q anA Ai PHMflPlTCQ AVI? ' I Alii HA VEX. NEW Thursday, July 9. Calves' Liver n Such as wc offer with some rSflCOn of our own preparing, makes a good combination for breakfast. Try it. .1 Headquarters for Native Spring Broilers. DUCKLINGS at 22c per lb are cheaper than Beef Just now. ' L. (J. riait & Son, "THE BEST MEATS." Phone 1046v 7 and 9 Church St. ISranch Savin Hock 'Phone 0123-12. ' r 10 t oneless Ave. 839 Cirnnd Ave. Potatoes, peck. . . . . . .35c Beets, bunch. 2c Cantaloupes, each...... 60 String Beans, quart ..... 4o Squash, each 3c Native Cucumbers, each. . 2c Bread Flour, bag 72c Best Tub Butter, pound, ,26o Canned Baked Beans, 10c can, 3K cans 25c. DURING JULY AND AUGUST ALL OUR STORES . CLOSE EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SCHOENBERGER'S 615 Howard Ave. 11 Sliclion Ave. 1 A "Kine Edward VII" 'Highball, now and then, is relished by the best of men. j Per bot. Will. 1.2l Contents of , Syphon . . 12u each , , . 10c each , . . loo each Ijlng K.Iivnril VII., Scotch key Cnrbonntcd Water Hygcla Arethusii HyR'lenlo lljffcln, Vleliy, Ktimciiirtn, I.lthln, l.lllilu una KlNnrnRrn, 12 Vic ench, per per pkg pkg doi dna bols. ',4 bots bots ftbts White HdcIc 8.5) 11.00' 2.25 1.50 Csse 50 tits. , Cnse 100 pts Cans 4 P's.. $!'50. Aiiolllnnrla 6.00 12.60 2.25 1.60 Case 60 qu. . Cnse 100 pts. I'aso 100 y, pts., J10.0). Itobiilorf Case 60 q's. Case 100 pts. ( lymnle Cnne 60 cits, 7.00 10.00 1.75 1.20 8.50 11.00 2.25 1.5) Case 100 pts. Iielwttoiir Sorta 10 da. bbl, H bots. 12 dz. bbl. Splits, $12.50. 12.60 OIINfiIlBERr5:SWI IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR CONSULT Ryder's Printing House 78 CENTER STREET. MEATS -always de- X in Olives plain or stuffed, 8 tor 23c; 1 bis bottle delicious relish, trial bottle 5c. They , 1 ; ' 20c per lb. We have fancy Broiler you less than beef. Our Duck and HAVEN. . WEST HAVEN". 1316 and 770 State St. 94 George St Eggs, per dozen. . . . . . . .21o Sardines, 7 cans. . . . . . ,25o Salmon, 3 cans'. . .25c Campbell's Soups, 3 for.. 25c Pea Beans, quart 80 Salt, per bag. 3o Full Cream Cheese, lb... . 15o 10 lbs Washing Soda. . . .10c S21 Elin St. . 150 Greenwood St HART MARKET COMPANY t r . This is the time and this the place to obtain all the . Spring Meats, Vegetables and Fruits. To-day, Con necticut Spring Lamb. Fresh Killed Spring Chickens. Green Mint, New Car rots and Beets, Beet Tops, Dandelions, Green Olives. Philadelphia Capons, Chickens and Squabs. 180 Temple St, CALIFORNIA CANTALOUPES. We ore having them regularly. The tiiia Illy Is unusually fine. Florida are nlso good. GRAPE FRUIT AND ORANGES. The good kinds. We will have them when they are supposed to be out of market. . s NEW HAVEN DAIRY lee Cream In bricks to take home In perfect condition. We are hero till 9 o'clock In the evening. THE MIRROR FRUIT STORK. J B. JUDSON, 656 CHAPEL ST.