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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1908.
fteiv York few Haven. JUNE ST, 'DOS. For New York '4:15, '4:45, 6:11), 5:6., xb.bi, ti.4s, "6:00, x8:10, 8:40 "J:35, 10:30 . m., 12.03, 18:06, I1:2U, 1:22, J:01, 2:25, '3:61. s 4:20, 4:8i, '5:01, '6:86, 5:40, :0, '6:40, -i.uj, coo, "s:iu, ":ui, :i(0. p. m. Sunday m;15, '4.45, x1:bi, 8:30 a. m., 12:00, '1:66, 2:03, 8;61, 4:35, '6:01, x6:10, i:H, 7;0a, '7.5C, :U1, ff.'tO p. m. l or H u.liinatcn vU llnrlein IUvcr- l:uu p. ni li:00, night, daily. For llu.lou vlii Hurlforil und Willi, niiiuiir -U:u3 . ni., 4:oa p. in. tor liuiiuu via New London sail I'rovldeurc 2:j0, 8.61, 1:47, X1;40, a. in. 'Uroi, '112:41, "8:63. '4:20, '4:66, i6:40, ?:0&(- p. m. Bunday. 2 ;a0, 2:51 a. m., UiOS, 2:58, 4:60, 7:06, p. in. I-in llo.lou vis OprlDBfleld "1:10, 11. li, a, ni., 1:47, '6:41, p. in. Sunday! 1:10 a. m '1:47, '6:44 p. m. tot Iliirtford, Niirlnnllclri, lite 1:H x4:uu, b.hb, J:46, 10:u3, 11:16, ''a. m, sl;ou, l:47, 3:10, M:o3, x6:0O, 6:44, 6:15, 7:10, (to Hartford), x8:10, 10:1), 11:00 p. m, Sunday. '1:10, x8;0o, xll:4li, u. m 1:47, '6:30. 6-44. 7:10, .S:10, x9:20 p. ni. For Nw Londoo, Ktc '2:2), 2:M, 1:47. 11:13, '1111:40 a. m. '12:06, l:'o, (to Saybrook Junction) !2:42, 2:h, 8;u5, 4:00 (to flaybrooh Junction), '4:2a, 44:66, 6:16, 6:12, (to Baybrook), i5.40, 7:08, 8:16, to Gull ford, fciat. to Saybrook), 10.00 p. m. Sunday. 2 .20, 2:61, 8:62 a m 12 :or, a. 68, 4;5li, '7:06 p. m, For Mlildlctomi, Wllllmniittc, Etc.-. 7:35 a, in., 12:68, 6:10, p. in. Bundiya 7::u p. in. For Fliollmrna Fall. E(e 7:44 a. in. 12. 2u vto New Hartford;, 4:01, 6:06. p. m. (to Wemnold). For Wmerliury 6:48, (via Naugatuck Junction), 8:00, 8:35, 9:82, a. m. 2:35, 6:45, 7:40, 11:40, p. m. Sundays 8:26, 11:15 a. m., 6:45. 8:5) p. in. - For ttln.lrrt 6:48, (via Naugatuck Junction), 9:32 a. m., 2 36, 6:43, 7:40 p. m. Sundays 8:25 a. m., 6:46 p. m, Fot I'llutU-lil und Ine.rroedlme PnlrH. 5:66, (via Bridgeport), 9:82 a. m. 2:11(1, 4 no p. ni. Sunday. 8:06 a. in, For Lllvhflrld 9:33 a. m 2,00, 4:06. 6:10 (except Saturdays), p. m. Sun days, 8:i5 a. m. Express trains xLocnl express, Ijl'nrlor cur limited, .Saturday.. V. Ci. IIIF.IIIl, A, II. SMITH, Urn. Supt. (itu. Fa.. Act. ( dVi 'tiHlt r U n sovth a n u w kjt CytMwr FARES REDUCED. n'lHICH nil HARD PECK. From !n Hnvrn Lenve Helle Dock dally, except Mondays, 1:00 a m.; al.u Sundays 4:30 p. m. From Nerr York Leave Fler 28, East River, near Catherine st., week days, 2:45 p. m.i Sundays, 9:30 a. m.;foot Ea.t 22d St., week days, 3:00 p. m.; Sundays, 10:30 a. m. Time between New Haven and New York about five hours. Tickets and stateroom at Bishop tt Co.'s, 186 Orange street, also ai BelW Dock and on Steamer. GEO. C. BLACK, Agent New Haven. F. C. COLEY. A. O. P. A.. New York. HAMBURG-AMERICAN WEEKLY SERVICE TO I.OD01M PARIS HAMBURG UIUHALTAIl NAP1.K8 UENOA by Large, Luxurious Twin Screw Steamers; all modern appointments. Ofllcc. 43 U'n-ar. N. Y.. or any local a (ft. THE RECREATION TOURS. PERSONALLY CONDUCTED. Remaining Tours for This Season. , ROCK ISLAND $11.00 Three-dny trips, Ann;. IS, 22. 2. Atlantic city.... $22 and $26 Five-day trips, Aug. 81, Sept. 11, 28. YVHITK MOUNTAIN'S. $24.00 Five-day trips, Aug. 17, 31. AUTUMNAL TOUR $20.00 Sept. IB, slx-dnys' trip. SARATOGA SPRL(JS..$17 & $19 Four-dny trips (mood lintels), Aug. 24, Sept. 7. MA (JABA FALLS & TORONTO $35 Five-days' trip, Aug. 2B. The best totir of the season Inter national Hotel. Call on or address The Recreation Tourist Co., 188 ORANGE STREET ' HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE Twin Screw Passenger Service NEW YORK ROTTERDAM Via BOU LOGNE. Ryndam.,. .Aug. i5JNoordnm, Sept. 8. fitatendam, Sept. 1. (Rotterdam. Sept.15. Holland-America Line, DO li'muy, N. Y, or lxicai Agent. FRENCH LINE. Campuffnle Genernle Trunaatlanttque. Direct Line to HAVRE PARIS, Franoe. Sailing every THURSDAY, 10 a, m. From Pier 42, North River, New York. La Lorraine Aug. 20 La Touralno. . Aug, 27 'La savole Hept. 3 La Provence Sept. 10 La Lorraine Sept, 17 La Savole Sept. 24 '1 win-screw steamers. General Agency, 19 State Street, N. Y. Apply to French Line, 19 State St., N. Y. or Sweezny & Knlsey, 102 Church St., Bishop & Co., 183 Orange St. Pariah & Co., 36 Orancs St- Statin's N. Y. &N.H. Line. DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY. PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICE Leaves New Haven 9:00 p. m Starlii Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leave New Tom :uu p. m cortiandt street, Pier No. 13, N. R. Fare 75c,, excursion tickets 11.25. ' Rooms tl. Tike Chap, cl Street cars to Brewery street C. II. FISHER, Agent, New Unven. Conn MONTUAK STEAMBOAT CO.'S LINE Between Nctt London, Conn., and Greenpart, Shelter Island and Sug Harbor, hong Island. Steamer Nantaaket leaves New Lon don week days 10 a. m., 4 p. m. Leaves oag xiamor 6 a. m 12:30 p. ni. "W. L.DOUGLAS THE BE8T $t5Q SHOES f0R MEN W. L. DOUGLAS MAKES AND SELLS MORE MEN'S $3.50 SHOES THAN ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD. The reason W. L Douglas $3.50 shoes are worn by more men in all walks of life than any other make is be cause I give the wearer the benefit of the most complete organization of skilled shoe makers in this country, who receive the highest wages paid in the shoe industry and whose workmanship cannot be excelled. The selection of the leath ers and other materials for each part of the shoe and every detail of the making is looked after by specially trained experts in every de partment. If I could take you into my large factories at Brockton, Mass., and show you how carefully W.LDouglas $3.50 shoes are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and areof greater value than any other make, (Sijned) IffciinAjOZA W. L. DOUGLAS $4.00 GILT EDGE SHOE Cannot Be Equalled at Any Prino, W. L. DOUCLAS BOYS' SHOES 11.76 AND $2.00. JUST THESAME AS MY MEN'S J.MI SMUtS, I lib SAME LbAIHtKS, KUK SI.7S AND SZ.OO. A ynji FAIR HAVEN NEWS Oyeter Planters to Open August 27 Mrs. Henry Oess ler Quite 111. W l. D.wlu . ud iirlt. u tttnpit4 to tit bolUtm, whkk prot4cU th VMM inlnit I bilk prlcM Hi Intartor allMt. 1NSUT OPOR HAVINO TH1.M TAII KO IIIBaTlfUTS. FnM rIor EtirleU u4 raeliwitwly. Catalog MniUd Frt. W.L.Oouglat Rrorklon, Jfou, W. L. DOUGUS SH3E STORE IN NEW KAVEN: 870 Chapnl Street TERBIRLE TtTIK COXSEXTS. Site for American College for Girls at Constantinople! Acquired. Washington, Aug. 17, Ambassador Ltlftchman cabled the state depart ment to-day that he had finally suc ceeded In settling a matter that has been pending for several years in re lation to the transfer of the property to be used as a site for the Ameri can college for girls at Constantino ple. Under this settlement the title of the site will b transferred to the name of Secretary Barton of the American Board of Missions. This does not conclude the efforts that are bcinp; made for the establishment of too American College for Boys at CorRtantlnople, as it. does not includu luthorlty for the erection of the A'hlch will now be secured If possible ay Mr. Lolsehman ' Music on the Machias. When the Coniicrllcnt Naval M lilt l( ro ntioanl the gunboat Mmiilnx nRiilii the pleasure of their ituIm will be Increased a hundred-fold by llic acquisition of a new Sterlliift Vlnj-rr-Plann, I wlilcli lum lrn delivered by us on board llic warship. The SlcrlliiR IMayrr-l'Innn wnn 4 selecird In jirefcrenco to any oilier liiMrunicnl of lis type. ii The M.Sonnenberg Piano Co. ii Telephone 878-2. 801 Chapel Street. 4WH-4"l'M-W i -- ! JJSi Some of the local oyster planters will 'begin opening oy.tera for ship ment August 27. From the best Indi cations the oysters promise t be fine this fall. While there la not a big demand for the bivalves the lnt of August, they are sent away In small shipments. From now on the oysters will be Improving In Quality. . This Is now the dull eeason In the business, although the planters are getting their boat and all of the paraphernalia of the trade In good condition for the busy season. Yesterday there were six steamers at the wharves In Quln nlplae river about the" Qulnnlplac drawbridge, an Indication thnt there In not much doing Just now In the trade. Superintendent Mulvey of station A last evening posted uncalled for let ters on the bulletin board as follows: Mrs. J. M. Fernald, F. H. Fowler, n. E. Harrison, James Johnes, Mr, Leach, conductor or mntorman; Mrs. Bristol, care of Bristol Bros. children have returned to their honv In Exchange street. A son has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Hart of Popu lar street. Miss Marie Paehl of Farren avenue, has gone to visit relatives In Balti more and Washington. I wiib iwwiin urn tiiwiiinniu u mmm - m m i S 3 Mrs. E. M Staby of Lenox street, has returned from Nova Scotia. John Carr of Troy, K. Y., who Is visiting In Fair Haven East, will lead the prayer meeting at Grand Avenue Baptist church this evening, . About thirty members of the Sun shine Social club participated In Its outing on Sunday. In the baseball game, the bachelors defeated the mar ried men, In a score of 15 to 5. The clambake was much enjoyed by the party. Miss Agnes Welch of Qulnnlplac avenue, has gone to Boston for a stay of a, few days. Lawrence V. Sullivan, clerk at sta tion A, has been making havoc among the black bass at Twin Lakes. Ah a result of his catch yesterday he brought home sixteen and one-half pounds of bass. It Is said the Ave pounder Is the largest taken at the lakes In a long time, but a few years ago an elght-poumler was hooked out. THE BUCIUNGHAM- ROUTH COMPAM MANUFACTURERS OF GOLD SHEET IRON RADIATORS j tar; !c uasxaiai 2 31 -3 5a cms OUR SPECIALTIES: Heating by Steam, Hot Water, Hot Air. ALSO Sanitary Plumbing, Tin and Sheet Iron Workers. Cornices, Skylights AM) Coppersmithing. Our factory facilities in these several lines and our long and practical experience in large and small contracts give cus tomers assurance of reliable suggestions and careful estimates, We are pleased to refer to some of the finest work in this city. 151 Court St. Tel. 255 Lawn Sprinklers. The Suburban is the latest and best on the market. Made to sell at $1.50 and $2.00. We have jobbing quantity, so can sell at $1.25 and $1.75 two styles. Rubber Hose, which will last for years, 10, 15 and 17 cents per foot. Steel Lawn Swings, Call and examine. THE FRANK S. PLATT CO. 350-356 STATE STREET. NEW HAVEN, CONN. An anniversary mass for the late Mrs. John Kennedy, who.se home nas at Ferry and Lombard streets, will be celebrated at St. Francis' church Wed nesday at 8 a. m. Miss Lulu Brooks of Qulnnlplac avenue, Is entertaining the Misses Vera and Ethel Johnson of Providence. Mr. and Mrs. .Tumes Alexander Orahnm celebratfd the 2Sth annlver aary of their wedding at their home, 91 Chapel street, on Saturday even ing. About 40 relatives and friends were present. Instrumental and vocal selections aided In making the even ing a pleasant one. A fine supper was served Just before midnight. Mr. and Mrs. Graham received a number of handsome presents. Mrs. )tlM II. Waldo and children, who have visited at Mrs. Waldo's for mer home, the Ives homestead, Fair Haven Heights, left for their home In Chicago yesterday afternoon. MOB SHOWN THROUGH JAIL. Paducah, Ky., Aug. 17. 'A crowd of about 75 men, armed, (secured the keys to the Jail today, and searched for Will Hornsby. a nesro. who Is rlinie- el with attempting to assault Xlta Powell yesterday. They were shown through the county Jail but did not And the negro. They left vowing to return tonight. Mrs. Henry . dossier of 210 Front street Is quite 111 at her home. She la suffering from the effects of an abscess of the face and also has ner vous prostration. Mrs. Ocssler Is su preme deputy for Connecticut for the Indies' temple of the Knights of the Golden Kaglf and her lllne.s Is Inter fering with her visitations to the tem ples around the state. As soon as she Is able she will go to Waterbury where a new temple Is to be organized. While the baseball team of Colum bia castle, K. O. K., did not win the silver cup, a trophy put up for the best baseball team at the outing of the order at Steeplechase Islnnd Sat urday, the home team put up a strong competition. Waterbury won 8 to 6. The Columbia members are not dis couraged, hut promise to have an even stronger team at. the next Held day. The castle has some good play ers, ns evidenced by the silver trophy cup which Its team won three years ago. Mrs. William Hicks of :"() tnox street and children has pone to Anso nla for a stay of two weeks. . Mr. and Mrs. Attguxtin Wright of Aner street have gone to Hlock Island. Thlllp Horst, who has been employ ed at the barber shop of H"nry Oes lrss. Grand avenue, for seven years, hss accepted the position of Janitor of one of the Yale buildings. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Altus. Okla.. Auar. 17. Alice Carter eleven yenrs old. last night refused iO irnrry Charles Fisher, a farm hand. against hrr parents wishes. whereunAn lie killed her with a revolver and then committed suicide. , Kiist Norlhrield. Mass., Aug. 17. The twenty-sixth annual session of the Noi'Hiftetd conference, founded by D. K Moody, closed yesterday evening after having held one of the. best sessions in Its History. Helllngliani, Wash., Aug. 17. The llrsi section of Klngllngs' circus train whh wrecked at Port Kells, B. C, on Him Great Northern railroad, thirty miles north of. here yesterday after noon. Iliiir a doien attendants are re. ported hurt. Cincinnati. O.. Aug. 17. Ig'tiatz Wun drack, forty-one years- of ae, a deaf mute, was killed last night by nn auto mobile driven by John J. Ityan. n turf man, at St. Mary's cemetery, In Lew Isbiirg, on (lie outskirts of Covington, K .v. Honolulu, Aug. 10, The terrltorl.il board of Immigration has under con slderatlon Hie establishment of hend-iiarifl-s at Kills Islritd. JiVw York, and II will endeavor to Induce newly arrlv ed European Immigrants to go to Ha ws II, The Misses Agnes and Anna Weber' of Lloyd street left yesterday for Catsklll, N. V. I The baseball game at the lxlngton avenue grounds Sunday afternoon was attended by fully 900 people. This is fald to have been the largest attend ed Riime In Fair Haven of the season. Tolbe were on hand to keep order, but It Is reported that the nff:)tr was conducted as quietly as a baseball game could be expected to be, Not only the Fair Haven fans, but hun dieds from other sections of the city, witnessed the game, A continuance of the coroner's In quest Into the death of Jeremiah Lynch of, 22 Main street, the freight train conductor who met his death by derailment of his train at Naugatuck Junction Friday and which was ex pected to go on yesterday, was con tinued In consequence of the Inquest In another Fair Haven affnlr, that of the murder of George M. Sheehad In Fair Haven Eist Saturday night. One of the spediest power boats In the harbor Is the DUbolo, of the Waucoma Yacht club, whose club house Is In Front street. This craft U thirty-three feet long of 20-horse power, and a maximum speed of fif teen miles an hour. The boat was de signed by A. M linger and William Stratfberg. " Lucy Jackson, little daughter of John Jackson of Front street, who was run over by a grocery team while at play In front of her home, Is get ting along fairly well despite her severe Injuries. She has a bad scalp wound and a piece of one ear was gouged out. With nne weather, the picnic of St. Rose's R. C. church to be held at Lighthouse Point, Thursday, will be one of the biggest affairs of the sea Bon. The people of the parish will undertake to have the first annual outing prove a most successful affair. At a meeting of the general committee held at the home of Mrs. Walter J. Walsh In Blatchley avenue, Sunday evening, the progress reported gave an assurance of a splendid outing. Saturday, August 29, has been de termined as the date and Annex Park the place, for the field day and clambake of the Annex Fire, depart ment. The culinary part of the af fair will be directed by Captain Fred erick Newell, Augustus Schbllhom and family have returned from Litchfield. William Sullivan, tender of the East Chapel street drawbridge, Is enjoying a vacation. After a two weeks' vacation spent In Litchfield, Mrs. James O'Brien and ttJCJj Marine Recorr;. 23fi PORT or NFW IHVRV. A R RIVER Sen Hntlle and Kmina, Morse, Rock.i way. Sclt I'l-ntector. Uownes, A in boy. Pcli Mora lingers. Lowery,' George town, S. ( Sell Resolute. Thomas, Amboy. CLARRKD. ! Hch Marguerite. Graves. Greenport. Ken Wild rigenn, Clnrk, New London. Hell I'hoebe. Jane, .MeC4lntoek, . Sell Red Jacket, Phillips, New liondon. Hch Louise, Moulton. Northport, Sell Kdlth and May. Fisher, Rockawav. Heli Nautilus, Reeves, . Seh Reatrlce, Holmes. Greennort. Seh Fortuna. McDonald, N. Y. Hch Mary Elizabeth, Knnls, , UKNKntl, HII'IMU MOWS. Gibraltar, Aug. 5. Passed: Steamer Perugia, New York for Naples and Leg. horn. Rotterdam, Aug. IB. Arrived: Steam er Russia. New York for Llhait. Chrmisnsnnd. Aug. Id. Arrived: Steamer Melllg Olav, New York for Cu penhagen. Glasgow. Aug. IS. Arrived: Steamer Ionian, Montreal and Quebec. Gibraltar, Aug. 17. Arrived: Steam er Slavonla, New York for Trieste, Flume, etc, Plymouth, Aug. 17. Arrived: Steamer Kronprlnz Wllhelm, New York for Cherbourg snd Bremen land proceed ed!. Rotterdam. Aug. IS. P.illed: Steamer Kslonla. (from Lihnu), New York. Cherbourg. Aug. 15, Sailed: Steajnor Philadelphia (from Southampton) New York. Glasgow, Aug. IB. S:illed: Steamer Hesperian. Montreal. Naples, Aug. 15. Sailed: Steamer Romanic. New York. Plymouth. Aug. 17. Snlled: Steamer President Grunt, (from Hamburg and .Boulogne I New York. Cherbourg, vug. l. Hailed: Steam er Prlns Frleilrlel" WIHie'm. f from Bremen' snd Sotit hamntnn ), New Tnrk. tendon. An. 17 Arrived: SteAme',' MI'Mietonka, New York. Fncrcs. A'iR-itst 15. Passed: Steam ers Lolslani. New Ynrk for Nnnles snd Genoa: Iflth. MnrnltiR, New York for Nstiies. Alexandria, etc Pvemen. Aug. 17. Arrived: Steam er Ha'harossi. New York via Plymouth and Cherbourg. Oihraitflr, hit. 15. Pissd: Steom. ers Verona, Ocnon and Naples for New Vnr'f; 17th. Alice. Trieste, etc., for New Yo-k. Plume, Aug. 13. Arrived: .Steamer t'ltnnln. New York via Naples and Trieste. linn Kong. Auir. 15. Silled: Steam er Fmpress of India, Vancouver vtfi Yokohama. Flnp'e, ,nir. 11 Sailed: Ste.ipier Colombia, Boston. Fastnet, Aug. 17. Steamer Ma.ur--- onln. New VnrV for Q"eenstnn-n and Liverpool.' 1 'ft miles west at 4:15 p. m. to-dav, WP1 nrob"b1y reach Queens-tn"-n 2 a. m. Tuesday. Sard' Island, V. P.. Ann. 17. Steamer rwflnle. from Sniitinmpton for y' York, was rerte hv Mrconle-ram miles east nf Sandy TTnnfc at 2:30 p. ni.; wl'l deck 9 a. ni. '"ednes'n'. ciiHrhnors". Ai'. 17 Arrived' Kron. rrlnii Wllbein. New York for Bremen fanr nrneedd). 1-inv-. A'r. 17 elver1: Steamer Vadr!n"i New Ynrk for Antwerp (and proceeded'). Our Suit Room will be Closed Tuesday in Preparation for the Greatest of all the Season's Wearing Apparel Clearance Sales which will Commence Here Wednesday Morning. A new manager has taken chargs of ' our Cloak and . Suit Room. He wishes to enter the commodious quart- . ers, now being; preparjd for his department in the new, Pitkin St. addition on thi first fbor. with a stock com posed entirely of new Fall jararments. , As a result of . this determination, every suit, waist, snirt, ja:st an i coat now in stoe'e muit go. To make this pwiibb, A Great Clearance Sate, with Prices Showing Actual Reductions of a Third, a Half and More v.iil be inaugurated at once, . , ' . Detailed Announcements will appear in Tuesday Evening's and Wednes-; day Morning's Papers. Some Special Values Around wen the Jewelry Counter. Nearly One-Half Off German Silver Mesh Bags. Bags that were $3 00. Now $2.00. Bas that were $5.00. Now $3.00. Bags that were $7.00. Now $4.00. Bags that were $10.00. Now $6.00. Silver Purses with pocket for chaige; fancy lined; 50c value. Now 25c. Broorhe in many pretty' de.'ifpn with white stons" set tings; 50c value.- At 33c. . 50c Belt Pins and Buckles, 39c. A collection of very choici d?sirns in Belt Pjns and Buckles finished in rasi, polished gold or silver; 50c val- At 39c. ue Photo Frames of gilt finish ed metal; square "or round shap?s; worth 50c. At 39c. Back Combs of shell in the new carved desigis; these are excellent value at 25c. A Lot of 25c to 50c Jewelry at 1 0c each. Thi? hir assortment of Jewlr.v bargain is composel of Belt B'ickl-s. Cuff Links, Vanity Pins and Barrettes';' they are actually worth from 25c to 50c each. You may ,' choose now at 1 0c each. 1 1 SKU' t,000 MAR1XR 'OTF.S. Neu- Lindon, Ana;. 17. Arrived: Srji. Manchester und Hudson, New Yorlc for Boston; J. Henry Edmunds.' New York for. Auuusta, Me.; tug Aries, Hirer barg-es from west, Polled; Tim Gwalla, with two bursts bound west. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears A,he Signature of KTKAMFU BOILER KXIT-ODKS. One F'H.wtijjrr Klllrd nml .Many Iil Jtirrd on Mlclilffim Jkp Jrmt. Travprse City, Mich., Aug. 17. .Mr.. j Isabel Ijii Bonte of this city was killed and a score of passengers were In jured to-day by the explosion of the boiler of the pasncngpr steamer Lee lanau, bound from Leland to Fouch on Carp lake, The injured are: John Hartung, Leland, dying; Russell Mills, Ann Ar bor, scalded, condition critical; Stan ley Mills, Ann Arbor, at-alded, serious; A. B. Cook, Traverse City, badly scalded; Miles Atwood. Leland, slight ly scalded; nlchard Steffens, Leland, slightly scalded; Mrs. Ralph Hastings, Traverse CJIty, badly Injured, and Ralph Hastings, city treasurer, Trav erse City, slightly Injured. Others were slightly hurt. Having on board pleasure seekers bound for Traverse City to attend a Wild West circus, the little steamer was trying to make up the time that .had been lost on the earlier stages of the trip. The engineer discovered a loose bolt In the engine and shut off the steam to remedy the defect. It was while he was working at the loose bolt thnt the explosion occur red. The boiler gave way with a crash, tearing off the top of the en gine and demolishing the pilot house and the forward upper works of the steamer but leaving Engineer Hardy unscathed. Mrs. lV Bopte sitting near the pilot house conversing with her brother, Charles Mosler, captain of the boat, was blown far out Into the water and badly mangled. John Hartung, who was at the wheel, was probably fatally Inlured. All those sitting In the forward part cf the boat were hurt. Many were thrown Into the water and clung to wreckage un til rescued by farmers living along the shore, although some were able to swltri to shore. 8i.onn.nmi fop. rxrox b.vxk. Supppwlrd Institution Wropons Tudor Xpv.- Mnrnigenirnt. New York, Aug. 17. The Mechanics' and Traders' bank, which closed Its doors on January 59, reopened for bus iness today. The bink resumed opera tions with a capital of $l,nnn,noO' and a surplus of $800,000 above all liabilities. The resources, consisting of cash In vaults and on deposit -In other banks, amount to about SO per cent, of the total deposit of about $3,000,000. As soon as legal oteps can be com pleted, the name of the bank will be changed to the Union bank of Brook lyn. EdWard M. Grout, ex-comptroller of Xew York city, Is the president. tiuvkmxg' sEcnrcrAiiY n.c4. AVnshlngton, Aug. 17. Secretary. Gar field of the Interior department, return ed today from an , Inspection .tour through the public land states and, ter ritories which was extended to Hawaii He has been absent since June l.: , i YOUR olxjjs wail IO. lb 10 at BiluC piTODp lem, to successfully combing t.hrpo ecacntlole bum . 't.; gance, economy. ' Our; stoc'jt represents the modern solution of the problem. Ease is at sured by, careful lasting,, elei gance by artistic modeling awj i v ' - ' worKmansnip, economy by. price that allows of the ; verj best at a fair cost, and no more Sorosis in Co., 814 Chapel Street. DOES NO wffl Think twice before yri CUTTING S,,ave J'"ur corns cuj. L J Cutting only make I I thrm grow and Is dan JT Li 'fer0,,l, Hundreds die of blood poisoning bj cutting corns. Dr. Mansfield's (T8 Chnpcl St.) treatment Is safe and sort