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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1908.
I 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. FALL STYLES Now On Sale. DERBY, SOFT, SILK AND OPERA SEE OUK STETSON SPECIALS. The Brooks-Collins Co. a 795 Chapel St. Tel. 3716. s IIKnST AM) HlftR ON TOin. whit tour on beha'f of the Indopeml New York, Sept. 2. Thomas U His- J ence party ticket. After covering the gen, candidate of the Independence smith Hie party will work westward by party for president, and William R. j way of Texas,-and out to the Pacific Hearst, started to-day on a country- j coast. EDUCATIONAL TWEISTY-FCURTH YEAR. The Butler Business School Regular Session Day and Evening. 1 SUMMER SCHOOL. I SIDNEY PERLIN BUTLER, President. Phone 3400. Y. M. C. A. Building. ElevaLor ATTEND THE BEST 5io Sunrrfliiltlea. Yale Business College Send Ifor Cntnlojriie, Fall Term upens Sept. 1st. 116 Church St. Tel. 1737. MISS JOHNSTONE'S SCHOOL 97 V.'hltney Ave. Open Tliursduy, September 17. AIVAN'KI CI. IPBKft. SFK'OVDAn Y . 1KP WIT.MK.Vr (Tln.roiixh prepar ation for ('nllcrrei I'HIMAHY DKPAHTHKXT, MM)l:n GARTKV Miss Day's School 'for BOYS A?n OIR1.S IN THR GRAMMA It SCHoul. GRADES WILL REOPEi EPI. 16 10 COLLEGE STP.ICKT. Your Atte to your lawn by spreading upon it a liberal quantity of Sheep Manure will double its beauty the rest of the season and strengthen the roots, which have had a hard time this summer, causing a vigorous growth in the Spring as well as this Fall. Evergreen Lawn Grass grows 100 pure. THE FRANK S. PLATT CO. 350-356 STATE STREET. NEW HAVEN, 00NN. FURNITURE at a medium cost consistant with the high stand ard of workmanship of our shop. With us your furniture is well repaired our shop is run un der the most modern methods, with upholstering room, repairing room and finishing room all sep arate. The men go from one piece right to the next. You pay for work that is done and WELL DONE. STORAGE in our storage warehouse, corner of State and Fair streets.. Prices low and experienced men . will handle your goods. ,f Carpets Made Over to fit your new rooms. Cleaning carpets 4o to 6c per yard, with no charge for carting. All kinds of carpet work and estimates given on same. THE CHAMBERLAIN co CROWN AND ORANGE STS. CORNER, RESULTS, NOT PREMISES SINGERS TAKE NOTICE. I earn lo Read nr d Sine at Slant. After years of study and research I have completed a method of sight singing, conceded by the best vocal teachers and musicians to be the best, simplest and mot complete mothotf ever devised. Anyone whether talent ed or not can with this system learn to sing or play at sight In the short est posalble time. 1 guarantee satis faction. Correspondence solicited. 0. F. R0BBINS, Principal, htudlos, 71 Chapel St r70 Campbell in. V. F. Gillette, rreet. Thoa. V, Coanlir, V. Mt, O. W. V. Gillette. Sec.-Trea.. The Gillette Construction Co General Contractors and Builders. S13 Mailer Rldg., 0O3 Chapel St. Telephone 8781. ntion Now! SALE 1 1-1 MEGAPHONE MAN J. Henry Smythe, Jr., the Fa mous Political Cheer Lead cr, in Town. STARTS ALL THE NOISE VMtor Riiys Vnli Klmiilil Sol Fmiii ip Which Oilier Should Follow. ,T. Henry Smythe, ,fr., of Phlladel phis, the Penn student who In famous H "The (irrtml old riwty Megaphone 'Man," Ui Ht the Now Haven hoime. en route to Maine where ho will speak In the state rampHlKii. Ijitor Smyths will participate In the Intercollegiate "First voter" movement, "Yale," dalil flmythe Inst nlfiht. "should net sn nt hnnlnntlc example which other colleges ivlll follow. I pre dict that Old EM will be ns prouil of her alumnus, Wllllnm Howard Taft of the class of '78. ns Is Harvard of Theo dore Roosevelt of the. class of 1RR0. 1. Henry Smythe. .lr the Megaphone Mnn. President Taft will combine the Renins of a Roosevelt with the lovable char acteristics of a McKinley. "A national election Is the best en trance into politics and It Is especially a young man's duty to concern himself about the affairs of government. Patri otism Is Instilled through campaigns. Rotter a party man than an Independ enteven a religious person must tie denominational." At the republican nnllonnt convention Inst June In Chicago, Smythn . led the delegates In "Three cheers for Taft and Pherman!" and then Senator Lodge stopped him. His next call planned was, "Three cheers for the Grand Old Party of Lincoln, Grant, McKinley and Roosevelt!" Then. "Three cheers for the President and for Taft ns the standard-bearer of the Roosevelt 'square-deal' policy!" And flnnjly, "Three cheers for the republican party; Its brilliant record of achieve ment and Its pln'.form of promise!" In 1304, Smythe reached the front of the platform Just after the noml nation speech. Waving the' Stars and Stripes and using a megaphone he he pan with, "AH together now, three cheers for the President, hip, hip, Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah!" He then started the call, "Roos-e-velt!" "Ilnns- e-vet!" "Roos-e-veit! repeated over and over again with the system of college yell. The Associated Press Te- port said: "It was taken un bv the throng and the cry of 'Roos-e-vet rolled over the ball In volume so (treat and so terrific that, the screeching of a hundred steam whistles would have been dwarfed n comparison. " Rreathless after nearly ten minutes' exertion, Smythe made a, how of thanks to his audience of 12.000, receiving ap planse for his daring, and retired. BOB EATON ROBBED Internal Revenue Collector Loses $300 on Trip to Hartford. HIS POCKET WAS PICKED Thieves Who Have Come to Attend Itrldge Celebration Rnsy Already. ' Robert O. Eaton, the genial collec tor of Internal revenue, who before he was collector uf Internal revenue was deputy dairy commissioner, la quietly mourning for $300 which was picked from his pocket on a recent trip to Hartford. With the approach of the bridge celebration in Hartford that city 'has Increased Its population somewhat by an addition of Knights of the, Road. These knights, finding picking dull In il.art.fnrd, have Infested the railroad trains and have prospered to a greater or less extent, It Is said. The other morning Collector Eaton went up to the capital clly and In his pocket had a roll of $300. When he left the New Haven depot, he .had the $300. Half way hp he had tiie $300. In the Hartford depot he discovered' that the $300 was gone and was so good natured that he only smiled, i Mr. Eaton 'has compValned of the rather annoying occurrence to the police, but has no hope of getting the money back. He Is taking the loss very philosophically, and ill attend the bridge celebration later in the month. COl'NTKeS SKCHB5I VI. Vienna. Sept, 2. Reports emanating from Budapest concerning the condi tion of Countess Szechenyi are declared to have been exaggerated. It Is under stood that her condltlun is not at all serious, t iff s 1 ! AN A X XOI'Vt'KM EXT, Ailrlllloiml Itarenln (.hen Out hy (.iiinlilcpeniiond's This Morning, In Hrldltlnn to the silk petticoats that were advertised In a irtle In lust evcnlnn papers by the Oiimhle-IVa-mond f'cj,, the flnn offers a hundred silk skirts to ko at $2.H each, These petilconts Hre In black only and, as only one hundred of them are here, the buyer siikkcsIs that those who want these sklrtH shall ask for them early this morning, Then, too, as the lot Is limited to n hundred, In fairness to those who can't get here very early, only one petticoat will be sold to each customer. AUTO AMBULANCE Police Commissioners to Ask Extra Appropriation This Afternoon. M0ELLER MAKES AN OFFER Commissioners Relieve That Much Better Service Can Be Obtained. Representatives from the ' police commissioners will appear before the board of finance this afternoon ind ask for an appropriation from the city which will allow the department an automobile to be used as an ambul ance and In special Instances of neces sity. Mr. Moelter, representing the Con tinental Automobile company, has of fered a $l,"fl0 machine for t2,700, a 11,000 reduction, and many of the commissioners do not think that this is an offer to be despised. So this afternoon they will ask for the $2,700 appropriation for the ambulance and patrol wagon. Commissioners Dean and Maxwell will appear. That an automatic ambulance should bo procured there Is no doubt. 1'nder tlv present conditions It often takes a Ion? time to get an Injured person to the hospital and with an automobile It Is believed that the lime will be greatly shortened. The police board will have to ask the finance board for a $700 appro priation for new horses anyway, and for a $200 appropriation for caring for the horses. Next year ther would have to be an extra appropria tion for raring for the horses ani considering the service the appropria tion asked by the police board Is ap parently the most reasonable and iat Isfactory, , NO VISION OF SALOME llrlilgr-pnrt Authorities Find Woman They Are Iooklng for Not Here. (Xpcclnl to the Jmimnl-Coiirlcr.) Hrldgeport, Sept. 2. After an In vestigation Miss Helen King, the pro bation otllcer of the city court, found to-night that Miss Paldle Oergash. who was reported to he executing a Salome dance at Savin Rock, was In A'evv York. Miss King visited nil the re sorts nt Savin Hock and failed to find Miss Oergash In order to get her to return to the funeral of her child. It wna rumored that Miss Oergash was appearing at Savin Rock In an attraction the title of which was "The Vlalon of Salome," Miss King to night, however, says that there le no such attraction at Savin Rock. PERSONAL NOTES . Mrs. J. Edward Somers ind daugh ers of 378 Whitney avenue, have re turned from Forest Hill, White Moun tains. ,1. Edward Somers returned from London, via, Hoston on White; Star Steamer Republic. Mr. anrf Mrs. Oeorge o. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Renjamln F. Richards' of Main street, West Haven, have re turned from an extended autolng trip on Long Island and New York. Professor II. Stanley Knight his gone to Randolph, N. H., for a few weeks. Mr. Knight will ie accom panied by his mother, Mrs. H. S Knight, and they will be guests ut the Ravine House, The Misses Minnie and Rosalind Jacobs, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Jacobs, of 78 Day street, who have been visiting relatives and friends In Baltimore for the past two months, have returned home after a very pleasant stay. The Misses Jacobs are graduates of this year's Boardman rlass, and have taken up the course In the state normal school here. Mrs. W. T. Fields of1 Trumbull street has returned from Templeton, Mass. The Rev. F. A. M. Brown and fam lly who have been spending a few weeks at. Cliff Inland, Me., have re. turned to tlleir home In Howe street. D. D. Lambert and family of Bral ley street, who have been summering at Sotithlmry, Conn., are back In town. Charles R. Fowler, organist at the Church of the Redeemer, has return ed from . Vermont, where he has been spending a two weeks' vacation. Hr. and Mrs. F. S. Munn, who have been spending their two weeks with friends in New York and l,he TVooJ- brtdge hills, have returned. Mrs. Timothy H. Bishop Is back In her Church street home from York Cliffs. Maine, where' she has been spending a few weeks. in The Change from coffee to POSTUM is a step toward better health. "There's a Reason." Fall Styles KNOX HATS FIRST SHOWING, ALSO OurJ.&T. Specials SOFT AND STIFF. (INCORPORATED) DPP. THE TOWN PUMP Interesting to Note. We take orders on Sunday morning up to 10 o'clock, and, when the rush of busi ness is not too heavy, until 11 o'clock. Special for Sundav's Din nerFrench Ice Cream, Strawberry, Chocolate, m 9 a and vanilla. Our French Ice Cream is the best in the State. It is made in a French machine. Makers of Peerless , Frozen Desserts. CAT-L rp 774, Haieiis-HartCo. LAST CALL FOR Some Summer Sales 50 Large Easy Porch Rock ers, $1.29, reduced from $2.38. A discount of 33 l-37o (1-3 off) from all Porch and Ver anda Rockers, (entirely suit- able for indoor use) including the "sewing rockers" so much in demand. Discount price of big No. 1 Rocker, $2.50, of the, sewing Rocker, 74c. Weathered Oak Rockers, $2.50, were $3.75. Four ft W. 0. Settees, $2.67, were $4. HAMMOCKS. Less .than 50 in all, 1-3 off makes price of good hammock $1.00, t better. $2.00, best $4.34. Everything for. housekeep ing at money-saving prices on easy going terms. Brown & Durham Complete House Furnishers. Orange and Center Sts. IS IT ENJOYABLE? De yoa Ilk. I. nr. tt people with defective teeth t Do yea Bi Chink nthera mould bo as distressed II jour, were that wayf Now don't let th.at et beyond th. help of a aoo4 ,deatl.t. II on. of yonr teeth I. mlnHnij, bav. d. urldfj. th. apneo with on. thnl Is th. same eolor, shaao aad als. of th. aatnral ano. PHILA. DENTAL ROOMS 781 CHAPEL ST. IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR CONSULT Ryder's Printing House 78 CENTER STREET. CHAPEL STREET VACATION VACATIONS are nearly over and It's time to stork up on Kitchen and Pantry I'tenslls. Kindly remember we carry everything In this line from a toothpick to a clothes-horse. DINNKR ri.ATKS. Your dinner set may need some pieces replaced or you may want to star! season with a new set, Our Immense line of open stock patterns offers choice selections, at very moderate prices, A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St. Successor to John Bright Co, Summer Fur WHAT YOU GAIN Friend E. Brooks, 746 Chapel St. Room 7, Vp One Flight. Telephone flS-3. II KO A L" Represents W. F. Gilbert & Co. .(Incorporated) , 1 ' 65 Church St ' Opp. 0. ": Body Brussels Carpets, Standard makes, new fall patterns, now on show. Kspeelally Mgh-elasa 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, floods sent to the cleaner to day will 'he returned in plenty of time for your fall needs. All our work is guaranteed. Don't put It off. Best time Is now. To the Home Comer : All orders for CARPET, DRAPERY and UPHOLSTERY TOORX that yo ' will need when your home is opened in the fall can be placed to-day advmn tageonsly, thus insuring you delivery as wanted and avoiding the delay incident to the rush of trade at the opening of the fall season. The Window Shade Co. Closed Saturdays at JVoon. I-dorrt Like to Brag I rn sure, I couldn't bake such Get a Gas Rings' good pies if I didn't Bake with G8 $LMo $27 -Myou get 'quick heaf." ReAdvtO Utt -"andGASiatheCHEAPEST of all FUELS." Of IttSaiCSt! The New Haven Gas Light Go. Salesroom, 93 Crown Street Our Window Shows You : ESiSTo Paint Your Housei The placard, alongside of the paint itself, reads:, "Here i3 enough paint to cover an average small house' 2700 square feet two coats. It will cost $14.30." It should be known, however, High Standard Paint the that lasts, the paint that most economical in the end. Thompson & r ' 6RANHE- I .1. I I" rv.i .r. ; roil 'Ll-1 WMrirfirf.tf'.aYiiOin " iff! PimnniaT r.rAP.ANn.THOfiWT.HOULri.BE.GIVENTrlE"5ELECTl0N i0l?'MOhlUHMTAL'WRK''TrlAK'PERHARS'lNYTHINO'ElS&' "lN Y CAM- BUY KITCHEN PANTRY Repairing. I-adles are bringing furs to us every day for altera tlons and repairs. They are Insured and stored fret as anon as received. Work Is done slowly, carefully, and work costs you Irs than it will in fall or winter. QUALITY Body Brussels Rugs. Full assortment of blgb-cteat eoton and designs. The most cleanly raf fabrics In the market. We im showing some especially t&m pieces In these ruga, ' sum - tzll feet, At $25.00 Each " Will Pay to Investigate. ' Seamless Rags in Wilton Fabrics1 Some aa low aa $2 TOO each for tha, 0x13 slaei others running op to SA2.00. We show mora aeamtoafl rugs on our floor than any threa stocks in the State put together, and our prices tell the goods. Telephone BSOO. About mxRes that this is the Lowe Bros. paint that covers, the naint gives satisfaction and is the Belden, 396 State St. Tel. 2140. M W -V "B-m aV J!rtlsnc-iftemsiials MARJ3LL - mTHOS.PHILUPS&SON Co f"-TeL.3810 148 5YLVAN AVE. fT '