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Tuesday, , fthc touting gfonvnal-Cotttict august is,- ioos.
Twenty per cent, on every thing;, 25, 33 1-3 and 50 on many things. EVERYTHING this week is included in our discount sale Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Lino leums, Oil Cloths, etc., in addi tion to our entire stock of Fur niture, Stoves and Ranges. Ithe only exceptions. These golden opportunities will not last forever. Brown & Durham Complete House Furnishers. Orange and Center Sts. j fc Closed Friday Afternoon Open i! ' Saturday. MM We ohop .Furnishers & Decorators In connection with Decor ating & Furnishing, we Make & Hang Shades with a view ft to giving the pleasantest light & creating a harmonious effect with the woodwork & fur nishings throughout the house & also from the exterior point of view. A RELIABLE RAZOR "Shrp-Shavr" 25c Safety Peror "TUB lllnite'l li tlilrr." Mulo of Wlhly tfinjttit tteel. ground mil honed Is ilia kpeni'l ils'. Tin frnine and holder '0 in (in ilc k.illn flnlili tlvrr-ilatfd. W, tell you Hi wholo riiwir nt 20c. to M tQ ctMtc a uu!tel tor our Wdo. Kxtra Ulndm rni'kncr) nt BlndM, ito: Nulln flnlnh ullvnr plaifd "MIIKl'-bHAYlt" S X It 0 T V JB K, lOt. taT ALT. IN OIR BIADES." Our gniiriinteei "MONtV IlVtK IF YOU WANT IT." Shrp-Shavr Razor Co. J0H-1I0 Dunne St.. Vrw York City. 'SfK-KM I '' It A 7.0 R8 are on mlt in (ill the hhoevas Ditvu stutttM in artutrr S'em Yurie anil at nil re((a Vie ilralm' 1hroi(hnut the count). I HUGHES GOES ON STUMP FOR TAFT National Committee Calls on Governor to Pull the Party Through in Middle West. A CRUEL BLOW TO MACHINE Now York Bosses' Argument About Hughes Not RchiR a CJood TnHy Man Is Effectively Muzzled. AT GUN STORE, 5 Church Street. Why is a Man foolish enough to trust to his memory all his impor tant business nffalrs when there are so many little devices to relieve such condntlons? Don't do It. See lis. John R. Pvembsrt & Co. 262 State St. Business Specialists. Our Business. W. F. Gillette, Pre. That. F, Coonlff, V. Preet, O, W. F. Gillette. Sec.-Treoa. 11,8 Gillette Construction Co General Contractors and Builders. BIS Uulley B1.IB.. 002 Chupcl St. Telephone 8793. KEY FITTING Cun and Locksmithing. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY' CO 66 Center SI., E. H. BasselL Mgr. WE SELL electric motors, dynamos, lamps, wire, electrical supplies of all t'iiuls. WE MAKE switchboards, panel boards, electric signs, special electrical devices. WE INSTALL complete lighting and power plants, freight delators, stor age batteries, telephones and signalling systems. VE REPAIR electHcal apparatus of all kinds and contract to inspect and mnlntain sueli apparatus for a fixed sum per month or per year. ' Can we 6erve you In any way? The Pierson 4 Dean Co. TELEFHOXE 1452-15. 144 Orange Street, New Haven, Conn. New York, Aug. 1". That Goveronr Charles E. Hughes will be one of the principal republican campaign orators In the coming campaign, and that he will be relied on by the malingers of Taft's campaign to help carry the Mid dle West for the republican nominees, is the announcement made today at the republican nutlnnul headquarters by Col. T. Coleman Du Pont, chief of the national committee's speakers' bureau. Though no official tidings are forth coming a to the effect of this upon Timothy L. Woodruff, William Barnes, Jr., W. L. Ward, and the other local leaders, who have been fussing and fuming at the prospect of having to re nominate the governor, It is the gen eral opinion that they will find them selves in a more uncomfortable nnd ridiculous position than ever. It is regarded as a high compliment to Mr. Hughes that so much reliance Is to be placed upon him after he was one of Taft's competitors for the re publican presidential nomination. That he Is much esteemed by Mr. Taft and his advisers Is evident. It has not yet been announced that Vice-President Fairbanks, or Speaker Cannon, or Sen ators Knox or La Follette or Foraker 'are going to be looked to for this eort 'of service. Doubtless each will he ron jeerned to a greater or less extent In Carrying his own particular state for ITart. or In helping to pile up a safe ! majority. Except In the case of For jaker these men-either control or are I closely associated with the machines In their respective commonwealths, and 1 thetr political pre-eminence and right to speak as republicans is unques tioned. Now when the bosses plead with the votr-rs to help them nominate some one (else, because "Hughes Isn't a republi can," the voter can point to the man who is stumping the Middle West for the ticket, and reply: "H seems to be a good enough republican for Taft. I guess he's good enough for me." It seemed to be the general opinion of those republicans who would talk to day that Gov. Hughe had effectually spiked one of his adversaries' guns. If thv continue to oppose him now. It will have to b with other arguments than .that of his lack of republicanism. PREDICTS JAIWM.SK WAIL Member of Rrilbdi I'nrlliinient. Snys Conflict In 1'nii voidable. Montreal, Aug. IT. T. llumer Greenwood, the moist prominent Can adian In the Hrltlsh parliament and a member of the executive committee of thu liberal lum'ty of Great Britain who Is visiting Canada, predicts a conflict between Japan and Ameilca. He (ays.: "Japan Is herself preparing to re strict the overflow of her people Into countries where they are not wanted, but It docs pot require a prophet to foresee that the feeling between these swurthy John Bulls of tlio Paclilc und the white ruces of America will soon become acute and may mean war. Just now Japan Is having a tremen dous struggle to make both midst meet In national finances and has cut down her naval ami military program by largo amounts. I have no doubt my self, however, that when she gets over the economic losses of the late war with Russia there will be trouble.- If she can stir up and force an alliance with half-a wakened China the yellow peril will bo a reality." DOINGS IN REALTY apcrs Filed Yesterday in the Office of the Town Clerk. Quit Claim s, Lomas & Ni.ttleton to Frank II. Woodruff, Woodward avenue, 50 feet. Abblo L. H listed to John H. Fowler, ivenwood street, 60 feet. Enrico Gainbardella, et ux. to An- tolnetta Clfrlcanl, Wallace street, 29 et. Viola L. Grinin Urvlne to Mary Har- ey, Purtsea street, 23 feet, Lomas & NetlK'ton to Charles H, Gougli, Blake street, 100 feet. Lomas & Nettlclon to Frank H. Woodruff, Foxon street, 133 feet. Frederick M. Ward to Edson N. Sperry, Livingston street, 50 feet. found house dead. Suslaf.sky Suspected ex-Partner ns Cruel Horse Murderer. Suspected of having dellherately strangled to death a horse owned by Louis Saslafsky of 23 White street, his former partner, Woolf Youckor, who keep a smnll More at Lafayette nnd iRose streets, was arrested by De tectlve Donnelly yesterday. The two men were at one time partners but re cently had a falling out and Youckor Is alleged to have threatened to "get even" with his former partner. Yesterday morning when Saslafsky went to hla bnrn In the rear of his rc- Idence In White street he found his norsn lying dead In Its stall with a piece of rope and a stick twisted Into a tornlquet wrapped around Its nos trlls and evidences of the struggle of the dying beast around the stall. The twisted rope and stick slowly strangled the unfortunate beast to death, cutting off Its breath. Youcker was seen about the place late Sunday night. Ho Is charged with cruelty to animals. Mortgages. Frederick M. Ward to. Isaac L. and Nathan Kleiner, Sylvan avenue, 50 fect, $3,!M). Frank O. Wagner to John J. Hauser, Winchester avenue, 97 feet, $2,000. Frederick J. Buck to Cliarles Schlft, Oak street, 20 font, $200. Johann Stephen et ux to John Weld- ner, et ux. NIcoll street, 49 feet, $500. Elm City tPunltorlum to Savings Bank of New London, Park street, 160 feet, 0,000. Patrick Collins et ux to James Glack- n, Salumstall avenue, 48 feet. $2,000. BALDWIN'S SIMP ACCEPTED.- Army P.onrd Decides Oftlcer's Aero- mobile Has Met Conditions. Washington. Aug. 17,-The army air ship board today deckled that Captain 'Baldwin's dirigible balloon had met all conditions entitling him to the amount agreed upon for Its purchase. The board calculated that the airship had maintained an average speed of 13.75 miles per hour while In the air two hours one minute and fifty seconds, this speed being slightly more than the required 70 per rent, of the maxi mum speed of 19 Rl miles per hour. Capt. Baldwin will receive $5,737.50, which Is 15 per cent less than what he would have received had lie reached maximum speed of twenty mllee. CETtYEm A TAFT ROOMEH. EDUCATIONAL I; V TWENTY -FOURTH YEAR. RESULTS, NOT PROMISES The Butler Business School Regular Session Day and Evening. SUMMER SCHOOL. SIDNEY PERLIN BUTLER, President. Phone 3400. Y. M. C. A. Building. Elevator. SINGERS TAKE NOTICE. learn to Read nr.d Sinn at Slcht. After years of study and research I have completed a method of sight singing, conceded by the best vocal teachers and musicians to bo the best, simplest and mOBt complete method ever devised. Anyone whether talent i ed or not can with this system learn i to sing or play at sight In the short j est possible time. I guarantee satis I faction. Correspondence solicited. 0. F. ROBBIrMS, Principal, , ftndios, 74fl Chapel St, 770 Cnmpbell At. ATTEND THE BEST No Superfluiiies. Yale Business College Send for Catalogue. 118 Church St. Tel. 1737. DOLLARS snvc(1 are aonnrs MADE You can save good dollars hy buying Field and Marine Glasses of me. am closing tjiem out regardless of cost, C. M. PARKER 810-A Chapel St. Entrance 610, Spanish Vlmlrnl Wrlfns Felicitations to TiepuhUofin Candidal, Hot Springs, Ya., Aug. 17. The speech he Is to make to the Ylrglnla republicans who sr coming here on Friday engrnssed William H. Taft to day. It will be his first political ht- teran:e since his Cincinnati speech of acceptance, and will be the only one of its character he will make until his campaign opens In Cincinnati, the first wek in September. Although it Is quite common for Mr. Taft to receive letters from the Philippine islands expressing a desire for his success, ho was somewhat sur prised to-day to get one from Admiral Cervera of Spanish war fame. 'I pray for th election of penor Taft for president," writes the ad miral. "I should have written you a letter, but have not had time. I know very little personally about the United States, and cannot, for that reason. give an opinion of my own concerning the election. But there is no doubt, from what. I hear, about his election, because he Is a very distinguished man." i NEGRO BLAMES NEGROES. PRIZE WINNER. If you want a prize winner then miy a Continental Automobile. This car holds the silver cup for first prize In the 1,000-mile scaled-bonnet contest for speed and durability. The Conti nental car Is recognized as one of the great successful machines in the coun try. If you want one leave your order lit once orders require at least six weeks to 1111. We would be pleased to give demonstration anj time. The Continental Automobile Manfg Co. 121 Olive Street. . 'Phone 5232-2. '- , i.rta"f'jirrf!SVtf . rastor Startu a Ijrw and Order league to Reform the Race. Chicago, Aug. 17. A law and order league, composed of negro residents of the South Side, to stamp out law lessness and crime In the "black belt" of Chicago, and to prevent any such happenings as have maj-ked the last two days In Springfield, will be form ed to-morrow night at a mess meet ing in the Institutional African Meth odist Episcopal church. The decision to form such an or ganization was taken yesterday, after a stirring appeal by the Rev. H. E Stewart, pastor of the church. ."The bad and lawless element of the negro race always has ajid will continue to affect the better element vastly more than the lawless, element of the white will affect that race," the preacher said. "Our people are Judged by the worst element of our race, and unless we rise and condemn and fight against this lawless element we will be rightly Judged. "In the trouble at Springfield, we are apt, perhaps, to condemn the whites. But we must accept our share of the responsibility. TO ARREST GREEK PRIEST. County Health Ofllcer Carleton E Hoadley has caused n wurant to be Issued fnr the arrest of Rev. Stephen Markus, pastor of the Gri?ek Cath olic church of Ansonla, for violating the law in relation to the vital tatls tlce. Father Markus married a couple on August fl In Ansonla upon a mar rlage certificate that was Issued by the registrar of vital statistics In Seymour. It Is against the' law for any author Ized person to marry In one town i couple who have a marriage license obtained in another. GUIDE . M. Warranty Deeds. Helen B. Kleiner to Frederick Ward, Sylvan avenue, 50 feet. Ernest L. Ncttleton to George W. Junglass, et ux, Young street, B0 feet. F.rnest L. Nettlclon to Albert Brad- ey, Whalley avenue, 41 reel. James Glockln to Catherine Collins, Saltonstall avenue, 48 feet. Attachment. Philip Marelo vb. Ylto Prince etreet, 44 feet, $150. Zlchlchl, Building Permit. Grace C. Munsnn, one family frame dwelling, Whitney avenue. SIXTY BALLOONS IN CONTEST. ntornatlonal Competition In Berlin Draws Many Entrants. Rerlln. Aug. 17. The American en trants In the International balloon competition, to be held at Berlin, Oc tober 10 and 11, are Lieut, Frank P. Lahm and Capt. Charles DeF. Chand ler of the Signal Corps of the United States army, and Major Henry B. Her sey of the Weather Bureau. Besides these there are twenty other entries for the race for tho Jntr.es Gordon Bennett cup, among them Prince Sclplo Korgese of Italy, Dr. De Quer vnln, the Zurich meteorologist, and Capt. Klndelaln, adjutant to the King of Spain. There are thirty entries In the In ternational endurance contest, repre senting the principal states of western Europe, and It Is probable that more than sixty balloons, large and small. will participate In the air cruises. Ar rangements are being made to accom modate a quarter of a million specta tors on the starting field, near the gas works, at the suburb of Scrmar-gendorf. MOB BATTERS .TAIL DOOR. Long Island Sheriff Protects George Washington With Guns. Huntington, L. I., Aug. 17. A crowd of men numbering about 35 approached the local Jail at 1 oclock this morning with the apparent purpose of getting at the prisoner who Is charged with at tacking Mrs. Katie Garvaslno yester day. The mob, which carried a railroad tie for a battering ram, did not get fur ther than the threshold of the Jail, for when the donr fell In two deputy sher iffs with drawn revolvers barred the way. The deputies warned the crowd that they would shoot if aoy violence was attempted, and this threat had the desired effect. The people withdrew sullenly, and the little Jail, which is about half a mile from town, remained in the hands of the sheriff's guard. While the moh remained outside the Jail, the prisoner, George Washington by name, Implored tne deputies not to give him up. LEASE TERMS MODIFIED. SAGAMORE HILL CROWDED. Many Callers Yeslcrdny at Summer Capital Cortclyou There. Oyster Bay, N. Y., Aug, 17 President Roosevelt's guests today Included John McCullough, formerly chief of police of New York. Lindsay Dennlson, a magazine writer, Secretary Cortelyou, Representative ,1. Sloat Fassett of El mlra, Senor Quezon, a prominent Fili pino, and his Interpreter, Senor Esea mlllo, and Stephen H. Olln of New York, a member of the executive com mittee on International conciliation. Later this afternoon Truman H. Newberry, assistant secretary of the navy, and Charley iSheldon will be guests at Sagamore Hill. Mr. Newber ry has been at Gardiner's Bay, wit nessing the maneuvers of the naval militia of the states of New York, Con necticut and Massachusetts. He. will tell the President about hla observa- I tlons. When a young girl's thoughts be come sluggish ; when sbe has hrnd aches, dizziness, faint ness. and ex hibits an abnormal disposilion to sleep: dislikes the society of other girls; then the mother should come to her am promptly, tor she pos sesses information ol vital import ance to the young rlnughter. At such a time the greatest aid to nature is Lydia K rinkham's Vege table Compound. It prepares the young system for the coming change, and has helped to bring three generations safely from girl hood to vomanhood. Read what LYDIA EoPINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND has accomplished for Miss Olson. Miss Ellen M. Olson, of 417 North East Street. Kewanee,Ill.,inaletter to Mrs. Pinkham says : " Lydia E. PinUham's Vegetable Com pound cured me of backache, sideache, and established my periods after the best physicians in Kewanee had failed to help me, saying that an operation was necessary," FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear-lng-down feeling, flatulency, indiges tion,dizziness,ornervous prostration. Why don't you try it ? Mrs. Plnklwm invites all sick women to write her for advice. She has guidcil thousands to health. Address, Ljnu, Masu. New Haven Road Party In Petition to Massachusetts IjClslature. Modifications of the terms of the lease of the Holyoke and Westfield railroad hy the New Haven and Northampton railroad has been out lined in a petition to the Massachu setts railroad commission, asking its approval. A lease has been effective since 1870, but a. change In rental Is now sought whereiby, Instead of a cer tain share In, gross receipts, the New Haven and Northampton Is now to pay the Holyoke road $40,000 per annum. Included, also, are provisions that the New Haven may alter, repair, or sell or abandon property of the Hol yoke road, In the interest of economy, provided that the efficiency of the property Is not Impaired. The peti tion Is signed for the Holyoke road by President James H. Newton and for the New Haven by C. S. Mellen. The undertakings of the New Haven and Northampton in this Instance are guaranteed by the New Haven railroad. CRI'ISER BADLY DAMAGED. Repairs to Grounded Colorado Will Tako Several Weeks. Bremerton, Wash., Aug. 17. Re pairs to the cruiser Colorado, which ran ashore at Lip Lip Point, on Satur day morning, will occupy several weeks. This fact was gathered from the examination of her hull by drivers yesterday. It was found that the vessel had suffered little damage on the port side The plates on the starboard side, how ever, ior about one hundred feet from the bow are badly dented, and ihe rivets so sprung that some of the plates can be moved by pressure of the hand. Eight plates at least will have lo be removed. The docking keel on the starboard side also la bad ly damaged, Ait cViri The Metropolitan Store of. New Haven. Oneflxtctsh price to tll-THE LOWEST. A a m 1 1 additional charge to parties of responsibility who do not nnd It convenient to pay in full st time of purchsst. This permits unusually favorable terms upon deleired payments. .A FAudust furniture Sale "Open Bargain Sesame!" DOORS flew open to admit our public to' the most important money-saving presentation of new season's Furniture we ever had the pleas ure of exhibiting. Shrewd Furniture seekers from all over the city and state were in attendance right from the very start of store opening. They will continue to be while such Furniture bargains as these are in evidence. . 1 $26.75 Solid Golden Oak Buffet : $21.50. 4 ft. 11 in. high, 3 ft. 8 in. wide, 18 in. deep. Quarter sawed, tasteful ly designed, with large linen cupboard, three drawers, one of them lined for silver ; tastefully shaped beveled plate mirror J 2 x 34 inch, in neatly carved top. Regular Price $26.75. Sale Price $21.50. $5.48 White Enameled Beds $3.95. These tastefut White Enameled Iron Beds, well made with 1 inch con tinuous posts, five strong fillers and brass trimmed scroll in head and foot; full 4 ft. 6 In. wide. Regular Price $5.43. Sale Price $3.95. Oriental Felt Mattress $5.98 i Made of many layers of elastic felt, com pressed to fill the tick. Very restful and ssnltary. In A. C. A. or fancy tick, with imperial ed;e, in one or two pans. Regular $10.50 quality. Sale Price $5.98. Fine Hair Mattresses $11.75 ; Worth $18.75. Filled with good quality long hair, well made, in one or two parts, cov ered In fancy ticking; weight 40 lbs; Worth $18.75. Now $11.75. Unusual Bargain in Bed Pillows, 20x27 in., con taining geese leathers r heavy fancy striped tick. Worth $2.00 a pair. Tuesday At 98c a pair. On Large Bargain Table on First Floor. T4?M'MfLLEY(' The Metropolitan Store of New Haven. J MORE MEN EMPLOYED. Business In Freight Department of New Haven Road Increased. According to a high official of the freight department of the New Ha ven road, the business In that depart ment has Increased considerably since the latter part of July, and with the outlook good for the fall freight train crews who have had nothing to do since early spring have been set to work again. In the shops seventy five more men have been taken and It Is said that others are expected in a short time; ' ' , ' Reduction Sale. OF LaGrecqu3 Corsets and lailored Unde wear AT CUT PRICES. Also showing for the first time the All-in-One three piece garment Corset Cov er, Skirt and Drawer Com bination, $2 to $25. ODDS AND ENDS OF BUST CONFINERS AND TIE CORSET COVERS, R.-H. CORSET-UNDERWEAR SHOP 980 Chapel Street. 'Phone 44C1-2. Corsets Cleaned and Repaired. AN EARTHQUAKE SOMEWHERE. Washington,, Aug. 17. The coast and geodetic survey observatory at Chelten ham, Md., reports an earthquake be ginning at'5:B6 and terminating at 7.17 a. m. today.. The maximum phase was recorded' at 8:10 a. m. The record Indicates that the origin of the tremors was about 3,000 miles from Washing ton, , ' "" iii iiT7fLi'''iM"iii .