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THE MORNING JOURNAL COURIER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1908.
wr. Smokers! Attention!! Latest Combined CIGARETTE MAKER, which holds the tobacco in the box and rolls the cigarette. Simple to operate and guaranteed to stand any ordinary usage. Price 50 cents. The L. L Stoddard Tobacco Go, 040 Chapel Street. Silk Umbrellas, eS Big Reduction Sale This Week, We have put our entire stock of Men's and Women's Silk Umbrellas on sale for this week only at two-thirds their value. N. B. This Is Just the time to have jour furs remodeled and repaired. The style for 1008-9 are here for inspec tlon. , i The Brooks-Collins Company Tel. 3716. IS IT ENJOYABLE ? tm wna. Ilka im mm . I.lkJ k ' "iMl-f I f people nlth dcffvtlva terthf T-'i 3 n" oa a0 other. K " ' IS woul.l a iUlre.wil II four n rn that naff Naff I doa't Irt Ihtm get bcrnnil In. rip of a (uu4 dratl.t. II one of yont teih la ml.rlua, nave bride tka apart with oae Ibal la the aama flr, akaya Bad alia ol tat philaT dental rooms 781 CHAPEL ST. IF . YOU ARE PARTICULAR CONSULT Ryder s Printing House 78 CENTER STREET. PASTOR SUMMONED Must Appear in Court Regard ing1 the Marriage Laws of State. IOLATI0N IS ALLEGED Halm Made That Ansonla Preacher Wedded Couple W'tm Secured License Out of Town. Rev. Stephen Maknr. pastor of the Sreek Catholic St. Peter and St. Paul ilnircli on May street, has been server! ivlth a notice by Chief Ellis to appear n the city court Tuesday morning to inswer to a charge of violating t lie narrlage laws by marrying a couple without a proper license. Mr. Makar. t is alleged 'In the complaint, married Jaul Kurylea and Mary Zobfla on Aug ist 9, on a marriage license Issued In leymour. When the return of the mar tage was made to the city clerk's of lce, an Investigation was made, and as klr. Makar is Hlleged to have trans tressed before In making out return, '.he authorities decided to summon him nto court. As the license was issued in Sey nour, the marriage, It Is said, is not t valid one. and the couple will proba cy be advised to have the inarriaiM teremony performed over again. Th1 Exact Copy of Wrapper. ! if ASfOEil The Kind You Have I NM-nl ''Always Bought id' ALCOHOL'S PER C!ENt7 ' fit Avfegetabl Preparation forAs- -n I ting fjtc StoroacHs andJ3ow3sof uaAO yij 81 ProraotesDigestionJCkerliir' nf AiAF ness and Restrontolns nciftur vl 1 iM, II Opiuru.Morphiac nor Mineral, Bi l i M II Not Narcotic. I Aix ill Hicyx tOMJktilML'WflUWUl V f Pkmptiti Sted- . lA m ' MrlleMs- I . A VA In m. f in 'H li Apcrfect Remedy for Consflpa- I I. IT 1 Hon. Sour Stomach-Diarriioei I KT . A H Worras,Coiwulsi(msJPeverish' II Lni IllIQI' M nessandLossorSiiEEP. V lUl UVCI ! I Facsimile Signature of " T I . If : SI! ' t&0-' r Thirtv Years and 795 CHAPEL STREET Special For This Week $1.50 and $2.00 Rhlrta $1.00 f $2.00 and $2.50 White Negligee Shirts 1.50 $1.00 and $1.50 Neckwear. . . . . . .50 50c and 73c Neckwear 25 75c and $1.00 Bow Ties 50 Light -weight Summer I'nder- wear, 75c and $1.00 quality. . , .50 Lndlcn' Silver Mounted Vmhrel- Ins, $8 and $9 kind 5.00 Odd M7.es In Straw Hats. $1.00 to $2.50 (INCORPORATED) OPP. THE TOWN PUMP groom is said to reside In Seymour, w here he secured the license. The cer tificate Issued by the Seymour town clerk Is also said to be incomplete, as It Is only signed In one plnce by tha town cieric. The case Is believed to be the first of Its kind that has ever come up In Ansonla. Considerable difficulty has been experienced In getting ministers, doc tors and others to make correct returns of marriages, births and deaths, and u year or so ago It was discovered th it a score or more of marriages performed by a Jewish rabbi had never been ro- Eorted to the city clerk, as required y law. The matter was straightened out in some manner. More or less trou ble is met with in making up the vital statistics, and when the Seymour mar. rlage license was filed at the city clerk's oftloehere the authorities decided that action was necessary. Rev. Mr. Makar probably did not notice that the license wab not a proper one. and may be able to satisfactorily explain thi matter when the case comes up In court. Two other cases were brought to the attention of the court this morning, Arthur Collins and R. Collins, of Sixth street being charged with a breach of the peace. A continuance was asked for and the cases set down for next week. DIKS FROM RROHKN IIKtRT. Pittsburg, Aug. 17. Because police authorities refused him permission to attend his father's funeral, Robeit Shankey, thlrty-flve years old, died In a cell In jail to-day of a broken heart. He was sentenced to forty-eight hours In .tail because of boisterous conduct at a picnic, His father died suddenly, and officials refused to release the son un til his sentence was completed. "My heart will break." said he, and he fell Into a comatose condition, from which he never rallied. THI CINTUn OOMStNV, NtW TOSS OITV. NEWS OFTHE STATE Hartford Physician Arrested for Practicing Without , a License. WINTER IS DISCHARGED Man Pined for Old Crime Girl Dies of Ijorkjuw Mrs. BoMwlck Dead. Wlnsted, Aug. 17. Dr. R. F. Man- cuer, an osteopathic physician former- ly of Brooklyn who ha'n heen running iiOKttfopathlo ami Hydropathic Instl ute hflre and wh arreted for nractlc- nlng without a license was given his trial today. Ho Dleaded aulltv to tha charge and was fined $:5 and costs amounting to I35.H2. Two charges , of theft against him were dismissed" for lack of evidence. Winter Discharged. Hartford, Aug. 17. Private John W. Winter of Troop A cavalry has been aiscnargea by the adjutant general to enable him to enlhst In the United State navy. Nmi- Sundiiy Papor. Bridgeport, Aug. K.-JBrldeenort l to have a new Sundav newsnaner. Jt l in he called "The Bridgeport Booster," and its motto Is to be "Don't Knock, Boost." ThH first Issue will be Sep tember 6. The gentlemen behind the. newspaper are the same that are now publishing and editing the Enterprise. Mr. Gnldemlth. the publisher, feels that the new Sunday paner will he a hit from the start. For Old Crlnie Torrlngton. Aug. 17 -Josenh BaVottv- acy, of this town, was fined a total of n..7 by the borough court this after noon on a charge of bavin run awav with a delivery wagon belonging to llllam Mulcunry lat Februarv 20. Since committing the crime Bakottyacy has made a visit to his old home In Austria-Hungary and was arrested upon his return. Mr, rtostwlt'k Dcd. New Mllfnrd, Aug. 17. Mrs, Henry E. Bostwlck, aged 6fi. a wealthy and well known resident died suddenly of heart failure while at lunch today. She had been apparently In good henlth, but It Is believed that the attack was Induc ed as a re.ult of the excitement attend ant on the elaborate wedding of her niece last week, She was prominent In D. A. R. circle's and considered an authority on colonial affairs about which ehe had written considerably. Her husband who died some years ago was a brother of former Mayor Bost wlck of Bridgeport. Die of Lockjaw. Hartford, Aug. 17.-Ida L. Baglln, the six year old daughter of Mr. and Mre. C. H. Eaglln of Franklin avenue, died from lockjaw at the. Hartford hos pital today. The child went to Slms hury a week ago to visit her grand mother and got permission to go around without her shoes. She etep ped on a rusty nail and last Saturday tetanus developed. Mitchell's Case Over. Hartford,' Aug. 17. The cape of Charles M.ltchell of New Haven, who Is under arrest here on a charge of as sault with Intent to kill, was continued In. the police court today until Satur day. The man whom he shot In a street row laet week Is recovering at the city hospital. Law School Student Hurt? Ansonla. Aug. 17 Frank Cohen, son of Philip Cohen, of this city, and a student at the Yale Law school, Is reported to have been kicked by a horse at Meadows Knd Sunday and seriously Injured. Companions of Cohen who are spending their vaca tion at Madison are said to have pin ioned his arms while he was sleep and, tying one end of the rope to a horse, started the animal off Into a trot. Cohen, besides being dragged several feet, was kicked. In the head and oulte badly hurt. He was at tended by Pr. P. J. McCarthy, of Bridgeport, formerly of this city Cohen, It was said, expected to he taken to the Bridgeport hospital. Boats Off for Newport. New London, Aug. 17. The United States ship Prairie has gone to New York, and the other boats of the Na val reserve practice squadron, auxll lary cruiser Yankee, submarines Cut tleflah, Octopus, Viper, Tarantula and Plunger, torpedo . boats Strlngham Thornton, Delong, Barney and Tlngey, and the Hist and Nina, parent boats for the submarines and the Wasp and VJxcn, have all gone to Newport after the week'1) lvinnoeuv res at Gardiner's Bay. Colonel C. P. Parkhurst, command ing the New London artillery district, said this morning that he did not know whether the proposed attack on Fort H. G. Wright by the torpedo flo tilla was to be made or not. South Vonvalk Safo Ttohbod, South Norwalk. Aug 17. The South Norwalk police received word this morning that some time between Saturday afternoon and to-day the safe In the Steegmullcr-Tobey Box company's factory was opened and $7 or $8 stolen. The safe appeared to have been opened by some one who knew the combination, as It was not damaged In the leaflt. Grand Masters' Day. Walllngford, Aug. 17. Grand Mas ters' day at the Masonic home has been fixed for September 26. This announcement, wan made to-day hy Grand Master Edward Fuller, with whom the setting of the date had been left by vote of the iboard of managers at their la.it meeting. Paper Company on Full Time. Uncaavllle, Aug. 17. The Falk Pa per company, formerly the Sachem company, started on a full time sched ule In all Its departments to-day after a shut down of some length. Priest Scores Druggists, Panbury, Aug. 17. Rev. Walter J. Shanley, former president of the Na tional Catholic Total Abstinence union, In a. temiperance sermon at St. Peter's church, of which he is the rector, yesterday spoke particularly of the sale of liquor by druggist, ea pcclally on Sunday, He ald that the law did not Intend that the drug store should he a saloon; that many drug gist In Connecticut could not carry on their business but for thrlr liquor trade, from which many of them make thousands of dollars, Father Shanley la a director of the Connec ticut Temperance,' union. Ma Hoy Increase Slock, Hartford, Aug. 17. Tha , Malley company of New Haven to-day filed a certificate In the secretary of Mate's office Increasing Its capital stock from tL'00,000 to $300,000. ONE MORE YICTIM OF MOB RIOTING Expected Death of Another Who Was Beaten by Ne groes Likely to Revive Disorder, FRIENDS CRY VENGEANCE "Walt, tTntl the Troops "Go," la the Present Slogan City and State o'ffioors Appeal to the Puhlle. , Springfield, 111,, Aug. 1". On more victim was added to tne Jeith lifct of Springfield mobs tonight, when G. W Scott succumbed to a gunshot wound In the lungs, sustained Friday night. Scott's death brings the total fatall ties to six, and Is the fourth charge able to the disorder In the' "black belt" near Twelfth and Madison streets. It was there that the hunted negroes made their stand, firing on the mob from windows and roofs. Another death Is expected momentarily W. H. Bowe, chief clerk In the county treasurer's office, Is slowly 'sinking from the ef fects of the bullet, wounds and the btatlng which he suffered at the hands of negroes Friday night. Bowe's friends have warned the authorities that "Bill" will be avenged and the event of his death will cause a redoubling of vigi lance by the troops. ''Walt until ,the troops go," is the word that has been passed around town and recognizing the strength of the undercurrent state, city and coun ty officers are taxing every effort to turn public opinion toward law and order. To that end Gov. Oencen his been In conference with officers ot various civic bodies, Including the Chamber of Commerce, the Springfield Bar association and the Evangelical Ministers' association. Evidence Is not lacking that many citizens who were known to have Important testimony regarding the mob and Its leaders have been deterred from offering this to the state's attorney because of threats of violence made against them anony mously. "The riot could scarcely have been prevented and real disgrace will come only If the guilty are allowed to es cape," Is the opinion of the authorities So the civic bodies are asked to urge all good citizens to reveal freely what ever of testimony they may possess Only sheer weight of evidence Is likely to break through the local prejud'es and assure convictions, according to the police. The gathering of evidence began In earnest today. Policemen In plain clothes were sent to search the houses of prisoners and suepeets, and, as a result, the police station looked like a general store tonight. Groceries, hard ware, clothing, dry goods and shoes were recovered In great quantities, most of them bearing the price tags of the looted business houses. iMnny arrests followed. Eighty' pris oners were crowded Into the small cell room at police station with only the cement floor available for sleeping. Five of the arrests made today are regarded as Important by the police. It was In the homes of these men that most of the loot was found. A sixth person Is being sought by the police who aver that when he Is arrested all of the ring-leaders ot the mob will be In custody. Boy Young, 22 years old, one of the prisoners taken yesterday, has con fesned to starting a number of flres, the pollre say. A search of his rooms revealed a quantity of new overhalls, shoes, hoys' shirts and other, articles of apparel. The absence of outbreaks last night and today has set many citizens to dis cussing the possibility of .an early evacuation of the city by the troops It Is probahle, however, that the mill tary will remain until , the special grand Jury, summoned today, com pleles Its report and returns Indict ments, The force on hand will not be added to, however, the 4.200 soldiers now encamped on the public squares and streets being sufficient to cover the city so thoroughly that there is slight chance for a mob to storm any point. RACK-TRACK BETTORS ARRESTED. Yonkers, N. Y., Aug. 17, Three ar rests for alleged gambling were made to-day at the Empire City race track It Is charged that the men were tak irig bets In vloltalon of the law, using a code system to represent the horses, the odds and the amount wagered. The prisoners were released on ball. e EVER TASTE Post f Formerly called v Elijah's Mumm ) Toasties Made from pearly white corn, rolled thin and toasted a dell-' cate brown. "The Taste Mnger." Popular pkg. I Oc; Family size 1 5c. Made by Postum Cereal Company, Limited, Buttle Creek, Mich. E LEAVES SON HERE Death In Waterhury of Louis Schuy ler from Pli'urn-t'ncumonla. (Npti'lnl to (lie Journal-Courier.) Waterhurv. Anar. 17. Louis Schu.vler died at the Waternury hospital, Sun day, having been sick with Pleuro pneumonia for several days. He leaves one son. A. U Schuyler of New Ha ven, formerly a physician of this city. For, many years Mr, Schuyler's noma was on North Main street and he was employed by the Woterbury Brass com pany. The funeral will take place to morrow afternoon at 2 o clock, the ser vice heinB held at Hall Memorial chapel. They will be In charge of Nosa hogan lodge, I. O. O. F., and the burial will be In Riverside cemetery. The New York Central employs BO,- 000 men end between (3, 000,000 and $3, 6)0,000 Is paid In monthly wages. After. Other Treatment Failed Eczema In Raw Spot on Baby Boy's Face Lasted for Months Cried with Pain when Washed. ECZEMA WAS CURED AND HAS NEVER REAPPEARED Our bftbr boy broke out with his face when one month old. One place on the side of his face the size of a nickel was raw like beef Steak for three months, and be would cry out when I bathed the parts that were sore and broken out. I gave him three months' treatment from a good doctor, but at the end of that time tha child was do better. Then my doctor recommended Cut leu ra. After using a cake of Cutlcura Soap, a third of a bos of Cutlcura Ointment, and half a bottle of Cutlcura Resolvent be was well and bis face was as smooth as any baby's. He Is now two years and a half old and no eczema has reappeared. I am still using the Cutlcura Soap; I think It Is the finest toilet soap I ever used. I keep bit little girl's hair and (ace cleansed with it too. I am so thankful for what Cutlcura has done for us. Mrs. M. L. Harris, R. F. D. 1, Alton, Kan., May 14 and June 12, '07." SANATIVE Antiseptic Cleansing; Is Best Accomplished by Cutlcura. Women, especially mothers, find Cutl cura Sosp, Ointment, and Pills the pur- est, sweetest, ana moss effective remedies, for preserving, purifying, and beautifying the kin, scalp, hair, and bands, for the treat ment of inflammatory and ulcerative condi tions, as well as for re storing to health, strength, and beauty poie, weak, nervous, prematurely faded, run-down women. Guaranteed absolutely pure under the United States Food and Drugs Act. CobipIm Exttrnil tn4 Intwuit Treatment for Ererr llumor ot Ictinu. rtilldrtn, and Adulu rag UU ot CMIrom 8op (Sic ) to CInidw tM Skin, CuUciira Ohnrawit (B0e.) to Hml lha Skin, tnd Ciitleur. Rcaolvenl (60o..forln ttie form of Coofolato Coud Pllla. SAo. nr Till ot WJ to Purtfr th. Blood. Sold inroucboiit the world, potur Druf a firm. rrp.. Sol prop... Honton. Wnw. r-ltiilHl Frea. Cuiinua Book aa Skta DbKues, ENTERTAINMENTS. Poll's Nw Theater WEEK OF At'Gl'ST 17. DAITV MATINEES. pom rrot'K COMPANY la Drnndon Tynnn's Irish Play, noiiKirr rmmet, MONHAY MATINEE. Awsrd of the Diamond Bracelet. This week at matinee coupons for la dles for a silver service. Friday mntlne flnshllRht photos will oe prescnteo to n tne isdlos. POU S TOPLLAR PRICES. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. ONE WEEK COMMENCING ' MONDAY. Al'C.l'ST 24. Matinee on Wertnesdny and Saturday Jl UES HIRRT PRESENTS FI.OREXt K fiF.AIt, . In the Smart Musical Play, MAnnVINH M Alt Y. Seat sale Thursday, Positively pop ular prices, WHITE CITY. A Stupendous Friday. Fireworks ExtravnKsnM. Band Con certs snd Paring Athletic Feats. This Friday, Afternoon and Evening EXCURSION TO NEWPORT , Via Rail and Steamer. Thursday, August 20. Special F.xpress Train Loaves New Haven 8:35 A. M. for New London, where passengers will transfer to the Norwich Line Steamer City of Lowell, due Newport 1:30 p. m. Returning Leave Xewnort 4:30 P. M 1 1 LTA Rou"fl Tr,p ny tl r a l ill Number of Tickets Sl kV Strfellv Limited. aWU No tickets sold on. morning of ex. curslon,' If limit Is previously reached NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN & HARTFORD RAILROAD. LAKE COMPOUNCE "THE BEAUTY AND SCENIC SPOT OP CONNECTICUT." Band Courerta Sundny Afternonna. Beautiful Display of Fireworks Wed neeoay r.vemng, August 13. Baby Show Thursday, August 20th. PINE REST A PR ANT. Special attention given to private din. nrr pn.rio, uiHauixiiiiiinfl, etc, PIERCE & NORTON POktollU-e Adflreas, Bristol, Conn. Telephone 06-3. , Take waternury car at New Haven ureen, cnanging at cnesn'.Te. Time 1 IIUTWKW. YALE GOLF CLUB, R. D. PRYDE, Professional. CITY MEMBERSHIP $12.00 SUMMER MEMBERSHIP $5.00 TAKE WINCHESTER AVENUE CAR DOCTOR ADVISED USE OF IIICI1 Wedding and Remembrance Gifts. Cliolccness and variety are essentials In a cut-glass and china store. Ouf stock makes our store the Mecca of wedding and roniotnbranco gift-seekers. Gifts for the Bride. CUT GLASS ot the host quality In many attractive pieces. FINE CHINA, from the medium to the rarest selections. A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St. SurpMune to John Brlrht A Oov ' ' Summer Fur WHAT YOU GAIN Friend E. Brooks, 746 Chapel St Room 7, tTp One Flight. Telephone 683-3. While You Are so much, you'll find It's a good time to Varnish Up some of the Furniture, ; etc. " ' ROGER'S STAIN FLOOR FINISH and 1 BERRY BROS. VARNISHES have no ; .;v equals for this kind of work. See . - : ' '' ' V ' :'''' i Thompson & The Reliable II KOAL" Represents W. F. Gilbert & Co. (Incorporated) 65 Church St. Body Brussels Carpets! Standard makes, new fall patterns, now on show. Especially high-class designs for halls, libraries, parlors and dining room use. We are run ning a special sale on dropped pat terns. Reduced from $1.50 to $1.15 per yard. Cleansing Portieres and Lace Curtains. An Important feature of our busi ness. Goods sent to the cleaner to day will be returned In plenty of time for jour fall needs. AH our work Is guaranteed. Don't put It off. Best time Is now. To the Home Comer : ; 7 - All orders for CARPET, DRAPERY and ITHOLSTERY WORK that yo will need when your home Is opened In the fall can be placed to-day advan tageously, thus figuring you delivery as wanted and avoiding the delay Incident to the rush of trade at the opening of the fall season, : r ' ..'. The Window Shade Co. 75-81 ORANGE STREET. 1 ' i A'-.-. Closed Saturdays at Noon. ' .' . ' Telephone BSOfl. Idortt Like to Brag AT jam i ' : . ' -i "I'm sure I couldn't bake such Get a Gas Range r good pies if I didn't Bake with Gas ii to $27 ; "you get 'quick heat V r a XI -"andGASistheCHEAFEST f l 7, 1,. f 'V of all FUELS." Cash or Installments ; - The New Haven Gas Light Co. Salesroom, 93 Crown Street. - : i OR E; CAR g-AN D-Trf UGHT - fa.l ,l.t ., -.l' 'U.-1 6?'MNUMENtAL'WRK'1HaK' PERHAPi'AMfniNGrfET7 MNEY' CAN- BUY For Your Vacation Friends. Kver handy THERMOS BOTTLE. Ever cherished VALE PLATE. Souvenir CUP AND SAITER. FLOWER VASES and PITCIfERS. all varieties and sizes', ' ; ' Repairing. Ladles are bringing furs to. us every day for altera tions and repairs. They are insured and stored free as soon as received. Work Is done slowly,', carefully, and work costs you less than It will in (all or winter. Living Outdoors Belden,3?,1 Paint Dealers, ; Opp. P. 6. Body Brussels Rugs. ; Full assortment of hlgh-clasa color, and designs. The most cleanly rac, fabrics In the market. We are; showing some especially clever pieces In these rugs, aise ' till '' Wl, ... ( At $25.00 Each ; Will Pay to investigate. -i , . Seamless Rugs . i in Wilton Fabrics, Some as low as $2f .00 each" for the 0x19 size; others running up to $52.00, 1 We show more seamless rugs on our floor than .any ' three stocks In the State put together, and our prices sell the goods, ... ' v QUALITY .About 'imPies Hr1isflc-iIlemerklsv 6RANHE- tv MARBLE. mTHOS.FHILUFSiSON Ca Tei. 3810 148 SYLVAN AVE. SHUU - BE-GIVEN-TH g'SELECT ! N