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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1908.
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, 940 Chapel Street. RECEPTION PLANNED JEROME CLEARED I atj mrnnv mix odd Awaits the Arrival of the Rich- Uf JDlDAIAjIlfillUEl mond Blues in This City. DRESS PARADE ON GREEN Silk Umbrellas, faSjfi 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. X. II. This Is Just Jlic (imp lo Imvo your furs reiiioilelcd unci repaired, 'I'lio styles for 11108. 1) ure hero for Inspec Hon. The Brooks-Collins Company (iovcnior Woodruff Will llcUw Mall ill Armory (o Re Hip Feature of Visitors' Nay Here. (Continued from First rage.) Tel. 3716. 795 CHAPEL STREET Special For This Week $1.50 nii'l 92.no Milrtx $1.00 $2.00 ami $2.50 White Npgligeo Shirts 150 $1.00 and $1.50 ecliwcnr M ROc uiul "So Nccliwear , . .25 75c. anil $1.00 lion Tip 50 Light-weight Summer Viuler wear, 75p uml $l.0' quality. . . .50 IrfidlP' Silver Mounted Vmbrrl Ins, $K mill $! kind 5.00 Odd' dos In Stniw Huts'. Sl.oor'io $2.50 KMAttttUk I.'. Vi WW; vAVvr cv Ni (INGOROIJ.VTEDJ . OFP. TliF-TOWN PUMP FIRST SHEATH GOWN SEEN HERE (Continued from Flrrt Pace) IS IT ENJOYABLE ? tlj. il Ilk., t n .u . JlirB "lill'l K3vfl prople vrltl dfri'l,. tcrihf Up fd not hlsk other, mi ii I it b. ii dlireKl " mi ra ncn llml wf I ctnn'l Irl litem K-l brynml tht help ii f a ciKid dentl.t. II iinr of Ti'iir t-c,h la mlxrlnif. mvf u. lTldst lli P'C wilti imr llml la thr amv'cvlor, aliny and il tht un-turHl cm. PHIU. DENTAL ROOMS 781 CHAPEL ST. PS IF ( YOU ARE , j PARTICULAR CONSULT Ryder s Printing House 78 CENTER STREET. 1'inrfrn that ha. npnd nw branch In this rtty lo add to their place In WatiThnrv. Tli Arm Is locater! at 4 Church stret and has been advertis ing on its wagon with the catch slRn, "How about your roof? That's our piib ine??," On the black handbag which Hellman carried were, the words In white. "H nv about your roof?" and the same waji on the parasol which the supposed lady carried. The costume was made by Charles M. Smlrnnw of Orange street and the wig which llell mnn wore and which made his head look like a r'al woman's for hair, by Ml." E. A. Taylor. The gown was a violet colored one, very handsomely irado," the hat what known a a Sheath gown hat with great plumage on It. and the tights were pink with lavender garters. White shoes capped the lower extremities. Hellman started out from the com pany's store at 4 Church street and he. went to Poll's Hrst where the sheath gown 1 helng . worn by one of the actresses. Then he went through Church to I'hapel. down to State at tracting the greatest attention all the time. On the return he went through the stores of the Charles MmiHnn com pany. Howe and Stetson, Mpyer's shoe store, Jenkins Thomppon. Camhle Desmond company, and Malley's. H was on coming out of the last named place that Patrolman Klernan took the, "lady" under his care. 'At. police headquarters It was decided that there was no charge to arrest Hellman und'T unless the creating of a. disturbance was made a breach of Hip pca e. Ho was not placed under arrest, at all but agreed to go away home In a carriage which was called and change Into more masculine attire. It s estimated that several thousand persons saw the unique advertising display. lt' cost to the firm Is fig ured at a couple of hundreds of dollars. Members of the Second company Governor's Foot Guard, 'of Bridge port, tiro Interested In the coming vlult of the Richmond BIiipm; The friendship wlitcli began at Jumenlown exposition between Dm .Second com pany uf the Governor's Knot Guard of Connecticut and the Richmond Blues, the crack company of Virginia, will bo augmented when Hie Virginia soldiers pay-Ihelr promised visit to the Guards on September 0, 10 and tl. The Blues, as they are culled at their home, will arrive here at mid night on the !th and will bo escorted to the Tontine hotel, where quartern have been arranged for tlictn by a detail of "Footers" under Captain Hewlett. After breakfast Ihe next morning motor cars will be In read In -ss to take the various, points of interest In the vi cinity. At 2:30 In Ihe afternoon jhoro wi'l be a ilress paraoe on :he ( liven :y Ihe Blue.;. Hie Second cnm;vv of "Feeterw" ami the New Haven Gras. Governor Woodruff and his staff "'IH review (lie troops. After the piirr.de th" whole of the military null invc', with gneslie, will proceed to Savin Rock by trolley to partake In a shore dinner to lir served at 6 o'el.vk. The visitors will be th guests at a grand military ball at the armory which will commence at 8 o'clock and end at 10 o'clock. Frid.iy morning the Bill".1' will take the train for Providence where they will be entertained royally. The visit Is the outcome of the visit of the governor ami his guard to the exposition last October when the Tillies entertained the Connecticut boys In a right royal manner, In fact, no visiting military company was ever made ei welcome In any city as the Connecticut boys were al Richmond. In recognition of their reception the "Feelers" sent to the Blues a handsome grandfather's clock which cost In the neighborhood of $.'i00 and which Is now In the nrmory of the nines at Richmond. The visit of Ihe Virginia boys will be the first, opportunity the Foot Guards have had to entertain a. visiting com pany and they propose to make It a red letter day In the history of the Connecticut, militia. THE STATE COLORS Wedding and Remembrance Gifts. To Be Presented to the Active Grays by the Veterans at Their 92d Outing. other railway companies of New York, and also of the Insurance companies as developed by the so-called Arm strong legislative Insurance investiga tion. One of the charge alleged mis conduct on the part of the dlatrlct at torney In shaking dice In a restaurant In New Vork city. On tills charge the commissioner mild that although the act Itself la noncrim inal, the permitting of It on the part of the proprietor of the restaurant Is a crime. He says, however, that there was no evidence that the proprietor knew that act was committed and tliut to hold him criminally liable would be an absurd perversion of the object of the law. In his general conclusion Commis sioner Hand says In part: "It neems probable to me that the temperament al qualities of Mr, Jerome have tend- frd lo bring upon him this situation, In some degree. A certain self-confidence and contempt of the opinion of other men; a certain rashness of ex pression to the verge of recklessness; a pertain delight In the exerrlne, of his acuieness of mind and vigor or ex pression, u ml a certain Impatience of criticism have combined. I think, to make men far more eager to attack him than they otherwise would have been. But. these qualities of mind are not a Just occasion for such charges as have been presented here, and have no real materiality In this Inves tigation, while the fact remains that with Ihe publicity of hl life, the frankness, not to say Imprudence of his self expression were perfectly fam iliar to the people of the county of New York and were a large part of that In him which commanded their admiration and confidence. Referring to the re-election of Pis trlct Attorney Jerome Commissioner Hand saya In part: "The unreasonable expectation of the crowd has been impossible of grat ification, and, therefore, as Is too common to excite surprise In any student of human nature, many who shouted loudest for, Mr. Jerome are now full of bitterness toward him, because he has not done what they de sired and Imagined he would be able to do. With this feeling, no regard Is had for what he has done; no appre elation of the difficulties of doing; but Ihe one thing oecpylng their minds has been that all which they have de sired and hoped for has not been ac complished, and Mr. Jerome meets with the common fate of an idol of the people." Governor Hughes will examine the testimony and Commissioner Hand's report before taking any action. AT FEN WICK HALL SEPT. 11 Divlim and Ppporntloii Services Will Co Held on the Following Sunday, n. t.ASKKR rnr.s VMTOn. Duesseldorf, Aug. 21. Dr. Kmanuel tusker scored another victory to-night In the series against Pr. Tarraseh of Mnrninhiirir fnr Hie chess cbaitinlonsliln of the world, after 42 moves, nr. t.as- ker has now won three games and IV. j Tarraseh one. CUP FOR JUDGE RORABACK Vrrsrntcd by Frlpnds at Twin TjiUcs on His Fifty-ninth Birthday. Canaan, Aug. 24. Judge Alberto T. Roraback wbs r!( years old yesterday. The Judge Is spending the summer months at his comfortable cottage at Twin Lakes, where he has camped for twenty years, and a large number of the campers around the lake gathered on the lnwn surrounding Judge Roll back's cottage last evening :it 6 o'clock to attend a Vesper service. At tlm conclusion of the service the Judge was very pleasantly surprised by be ing presented with a loving cup as a token of the esteem In which he is held by the hundreds of campers at the lakes. The presentation speech was made by the Rev. Harry I. Ilod ley of St. Mark's F.piscopil church, New Britain, who has been a Twin Lakes camper nearly as long as tho Judge. Cliolfpncss mid variety arc esHPiulnls in a cut -glass and china store. Out stock nuikp our store the Metro, of wpclillng nml rpnictnliraneo glft-aeckeri. Gifts for the Bride. t I T GLASS of tho lipst qimllty In niuny ultra 'the pieces. FIXK CHINA, from tho medium to the rarest selections. For Your Vacation Friends. Uvcr Iinndy TH KRMOS BOTTLE. Kvcr cherlslieil YALE PLATE. Souvenir Cl'P AND SAUCER. FLOWER VASES and PITCHERS, nil varieties and Nixes. A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St. Successor ' to Joint Bright A Co. Summer Fur Repairing. II WE RETl'RNEI. Daniel pougherty and family of Marwet street have Just returned from a month's vacation spent with rela tives In Waterford and New London. NEGROES PRAISE GOVERNOR Declare Thpy Will llplp In rrpspnlng Order In Sprlngflpld. Springfield. Til., Aug. 24.--Two repre sentatlve bodies of negroes yesterday passed formal resolutions applauding Gov. persen for the firmness with which he suppressed the reoent riot ing, and declaring for cn-operatlon with the Chamber of Commerce, and the Business Men's association In the pre vention of further rioting and the pun ishment of offenders. If no trouble occurs on Tuesdny night after the mln?.s have been paid, thrt Seventh infantry will probably return to Chicago on Wednesday. For the first time since the rioting the saloons were allowed to resume business today, Half a dozen saloonkeepers were ar- !tM"ct yesterday for opening prematurely. The ninety-second anniversary ofj the New Haven Grays will he celebrat ed at Fenwlck hall, Sayhroolt Point, Friday, September 11, 1908, at which time the special feature of entertain ment will he the presentation of tho state colors, tho gift of the veterans to the active company. The gift of the colors, It Is hoped, will Htrengthen tho bond or unity ex isting between the younger Hnd the older organization.", In view of this fact it Is earnestly urged, by the com mittee In charge, that .every veteran bo present. The members of the company will leave Union station at. 9 o'clock a. ni., the active members wearing gray blouses, gray caps and gray trousers while the veterans will be arrayed In their service uniforms. A light lunch will be served at noon and at 0:"0 p. m. the regular dinner will be served. The return train will arrive In New Haven at about 7 : SO o'clock p. m. The commit lep In charge consists of Edward L. Fox, captain, commanding; Lieut. Frederick G. Crahb, rhalrman: Lieut. R. H. Tyner. Re"rgt. Harry C. Ward. Sergt. A. N. Ellis. Corp. E. B. Baker, Jr., Corp. J. K. Dyer, Corp. B. N. Blatchley, Priv. John McCann, Prlv. Joseph It. Smith, Frlv. O. II. Brethauer, Prlv. A. V. Phillips, Gen. E. E. Bradley, Col. C. F. McCabe. Capt. E. O. Oruener. Lieut. Harvey B. Munson, Lieut Charles Smith, Lieut. W. Terry Curtis?. Lieut. N. B. Fitch, Sergt. Howard C. Webb, Sergt. George Hi Pcranton, Sergt. Wlllfam D.. Scran ton, Corp. Ward Church. On the following Sunday, the 1 3th, both companies, active and veteran, will attend divine service at the Cal vary Baptist church, at 10:.10 o'clock, a. m., at which the former company will wear gray hlouses, caps, and trousers, waist, belt and white gloves, while the veterans will wear their full dress uniform. Rev. Donald I. Munro, pastor, will officiate at the ceremonies. In the afternoon, decoration ser vices will be held over the graves of the deceased members. The company will leave the armory at 2 p. m., ac tives arrayed In gray dress coat Hhako. white trousors, waist belt and white eloves. and the elder men In their full dress uniforms. Joseph II. Smith, rhalrman of the committee, earnestly appeals for a generous contribution of flowers from the general public. If notified Chair man Smith will be very glad to call for any and all offerings, WHAT YOU GAIN I.ndlcs ore bringing furs to us every day for altera Hons and repairs. They arc Insured and stored free as soon as received. Work Is done slowly, carefully, mid work costs you less than It will In fall or winter. Friend E. Brooks, 746 Chapel St. Room 7, I'p One Flight. Telephone 663-8. While You Are Living Outdoors so much, you'll find it's a good time to Varnish Up some, of the Furniture, etc. ROGER'S STAIN FLOOR FINISH and : BERRY BROS. VARNISHES have no equals for this kind of work. See Thompson & Belden,3SrT The Reliable Paint Dealers. TOM nF.ITV WIDOW DOATF.S. Hamilton, Bermuda. Aug. 24. Mrs. Reld, widow of the late Thomas S. Reld. who was g,t one time president of the Bermuda National History society, has donated the sum of $2,500 to the so-clety. MOTHER'S PANIC FATAL Throws Child and Splf from Window, Leaving Doy to Rum lo ppath. New York, Aug. 24. ranle seized Mrs. Mary Abrtizzo of Brooklyn to day when a gas stove exploded and set lire to the clothing of her three-year old son Joseph and a. baby carriage In which was her Infant son Charles, Mrs. Abruzzo threw the baby from the third story window and then leaped after It. The boy Joseph, left In the burning apartment, was burned to death, and Mrs. Abruzzo and her baby were mortally Injured by the fall, Firemen quickly extinguished the blaze. l Is Your Son or Daughter So Prepared as to Be Self-Supporting? That's the Question for Every Father and Mother to Consider and to Take Steps to See that It Is Accomplished. it KOAL" QUALITY Represents W. F. Gilbert 4 Co. .(Incorporated) 65 Church St. Opp. P. 0. Body Brussels Carpets Standard makes, new fall patterns, now on sliow. Especially litgh-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 ness1. Goods sent to the cleaner to day will be rpturnpd lit plenty of time for your fnll needs. All our work Is gunrautppd. Don't put It off. Best tlmo Is now. Body Brussels Rugs, Full assortment of hlgh-rtaW colors ' and designs. The most cleanly roc fabrics In . the market, We are showing some especially clerer' pieces In these rugs, size 9x13 ! feet, - .' : , At $25.00 Each . Will Pay to Investigate. Seamless Rugs , in Wilton Fabrics, Rome as low as $27.00 each for the 0x12 size; others running up to $52.00. We show more seamless rugs on our floor than any. three stocks In the State put together, aud our prices sell the goods. To the Home Comer: All orders for CARPET, DRAPERY and UPHOLSTERY WORK that yon will nepd when your home Is opened in the fall can bo placed to-dayadvan-tiigcoiisly, thus Insuring you dpUvery as wanted and avoiding the delayincident to tho rush of trade at tho opening of the fall season, ; The Window Shade Co. 75-81 Closed Saturdays at Noon. ORANGE STREET. Telephone B309, It seems a shame with the facilities New Haven offers in its business colleges that so mapy young men and women are left to flounder around and drift into unlucrative, uncongenial and unpromising occupations, when a thorough preparation in, book keeping, shorthand and typewriting would assure them of good paying positions, congenial positions and positions that with integrity, earnestness and effort on their part are sure of rapid advancement. Good bookkeepers, stenographers and typewriters are in demand. Yale Tel. 1737 Among the business colleges in this city none has better pupils, none insists on more thorough study, none instills more upright and honorable principles and none turns out better graduates than the ' usiness Golle' NATHAN B. STONE, M. S. A., Prest 116 Church St. :: We teach and teach thoroughly 1 BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND And all Commercial Branches l TYPEWRITING Call or Write for Catalogue and Registration Blanks Students should enter, if possible, on the opening day, September 1st they then receive full benefit of all lectures, etc. We want parents and friends to come and see our classes; see our different departments. Pupils are here to learn, not to play. They are here to become competent, to take positions and be a credit to themselves and to our college. Registration blanks must be mailed one week before pupil enters. Out-of-town pupils, under 18 years of age, can obtain one-quarter fare on trains; all pupils can obtain one half rate on trolleys. FALL TERM DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS OPENS SEPT 1. OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS FROM NOW ON m4 W44 IV Tl WASHBURN'S HYGIENIC I Borated Talcum Powder A This powder is made in response to many requests . ' I from physicians for a pure product of correct comoosl- I tion. It is cooling, healing and antiseptic. It is bene- Ticiai.m ail -inflammatory diseases of the skin. It is 3 prepared from the best talcum, combined with other an- r tiseptic and healing agents, pleasantly perfumed. It Is t guaranteed free from all harmful substances, and may ' uici ciu! c ug uacu un mi; muoi ueilucue 5 Kill. SPECIAL PRICE THIS WEEK Bottles, 15c. Two for 25c. L L Washburn 6 Co. J 84 Church St. 61 Center St. I I Al. M. - - r.r.,i i" vJIrtistic-jDlemsrk - GRANllE- MARJ5LE. f. i .i . i -'ii' MJ.-I IJJLdUll UUCUVil vu. Ji5a-TBL.38IO m SYLVAN AVE! J 0RE'CARg-AND.7Hn)6HT-3H0ULD'BE-GIVEN-7HE-SELECTIoN' OF-MONUMEMTnTW'RK'THAK-PERHAP3-ANYTHING' Elb