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THR MORNING JOURNAL COURIER, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1008.
Smokers! Attention!! Latest Combined CIGARETTE MAKER, which holds the tobacco in the box and rolls the cigarette. Simple to operato and guaranteed to stand any ordinary usage. Price 50 CCIlts. The L L Stoddard Tobacco Go, 940 Chapel Street. GUNS AND AMMUNITION OF THE BEST Edison Phonographs I Victor Talking Machines and Records! and Records A CHOICE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. POCKET CUTLERY OF THE BEST MAKES. Key Pitting, Knives and Scissors Sharpened. JOHN E. BASSETT'S GUN STORE, 5 Church St. EDUCATIONAL. TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. The Butler Business School Regular Session Day and Evening. SIDNEY PERLIN BUTLER, President. 'Phone 3400. Y. M. C. A. Building. Elevator ATTEND THE BEST Xo Superfluities, Yale Business College Sena tfor Catalogue, Fall Term Opens Sept. 1st. 116 Church St. Tel. 1T3T. BE.NJAMIN SCOVILLE, Instructor In EI.OCTTIOtf, OHTOWY, rj'IMMATTC ARTS ANI ST A ft 15 DBPORTMF.XT. Appointments by Letter Only. Address Y. M. C. A, MISS JOHNSTONE'S SCHOOL 97 Whitney Ave. Open Thursday, September IT. - ADVANCED CI. AM KM, fKCOVn R Y DF.PAnTME.VT (ThorotiRh Prepar ation for ColleRe) PRIMARY DEPARTMKM', K1DF,R. GARTEN. Miss Day's School FOP BOTS ANT" HFI,S IV THE GRAMMAR 8CHOOL GRADES WILL REOPEN SEPT. 16 10 COLLEGE STREET. MTM K. n. K1CJ101A. 1 I Incoln 8re. Private, tuition by the hour. In ad vanced on elementary studies. Apply after September 16. IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR CONSULT Ryder's Printing House 78 CENTER STREET. CX. 353. OTirtniEJ Hyperion Btablcs, Opposite Vanderbltt Hall. COACH, COUPE AND LIVERY SERVICE. AUTOMOBILE ATTENTION. 1038 Chapel Street, Thofte 1016. Axle Grease. The stuff that helps to make the wheels go 'round. The following we carry In stnek: Always There, Rapid, Fraier's, lia urn's Castorine, Boston Coach Oil, "92," New England Axle Grease and IMinn's. We also carry the regular castor oil, which many prefer for carriage use. riiffl "V V QUALITY. RESULTS. NOT PROMISES ENGRAVED WEDDING INVITATIONS At Short Notice. W . L. WIG HTM AN 101 ORANGE ST. Room I. CHAMBERLAIN'S BRANCH 064 CHAPEL ST. When a deaJer wants to sell you an article, "Just, as gwod" ask him It he would like to be. paid In counterfeit money. We are agents for nearly all the. nationally advertised arti cle such aa flegsterecf TeMark. Copyrighted by OsfermoorCaNt Ostermoor Mattresses ; ft size $10. 3 ft 6 in. $1 1.70. Globe Elastic Book Cases Fit any span and any pocket hook. 'Craftsman" Furniture Best ln Mission, etc., etc., THE CO. CHAMBERLAIN CROWN AND ORANGE ST. CORNER, r Hats A'tween Times Heads get tired of the same old thing day after day, Wel come, channel! rejuvenate, You don't want a at raw hnt, nor will you have a Perhy plenty of time to wear lliem, The, thin la a fine Koft lint, whose touch rests lightly on the brow. An agreeable change to both Sinn and Heart. XTTNOW. "At the Pump" IToma of The Knorx. New Fall Shirts. (INCORPORATID) 0PP. THE TOWN PUMP 880 CHAfEL 8TREOT. ST. PETERSBURG IN CHOLERA'S GRASP Scourge Increasing Alarmingly and Already of Greater Se verity Than Visitation of 1898. MARTIAL LAW THREATENED Munlrijwlltle Scandalously Lnx Salei, of Honor Prohibited School Transformed Into Hospital. St. Feteraburg, Sept. 20. ft. Pet ersburg la In the grasp of the Astatic cholera, which already haa exceeded In severity nfcd numbers the visitation of 1593. The disease la Increasing dally at an alarming ratn nnd unless the authorities show In the future a much greater degree of ability to cope with the situation than tliey have In the, pRst there la wary reason to fear that It will gt out of hand. The government has threatened to apply the. provlalnna of martial law, and this threat has driven the muni cipality officials to bend all their en erglrs to the campaign of clearing the city of the scourge. The aldermanlc council to-day voted a preliminary sum amounting to J25n,0n0 to enlarge the hospital spac to purchase and distribute disinfectants, the supply of which In St. retersburg Is well nigh eirhausted, and to expedite the Inter ment of bodies which haa been scan dalously slow. I'nder his authority as prefect of St. retersburg, Genera! llracheffsky on Saturday prohibited Ihe sain f II quor throughout the city, Including the government vodka shops, until Peptem her IJ, snd he ha further ordered fhat after that, the sale nf liquor shall b suspended at 2 p. in., nn Saturday until 10 a. in., .Mondav. This action ling been taken In order to diminish s.lrn hoitc, e.xree which very materially Increase, the liability to cholera lnfo tion and the general spread of the tils ease,. A beginning In the fight, aaalnst the disease was made today when public, schools were transf"nned Into hospital wards, A number of the grammar schools were closed and 4,000 of the students sent to their homes. As announced by the official bul letins, the cases numbered 39 and the deaths 12 during the twenty-four hours, hetween Friday noon and Sat urday noon. This was a. considerable decrease, from the preceding day, but there Is doubt, as the accuracy of the official statement. The record for the same twenty-four hours ascertained from unofJlclal but reliable sources, shows the actual number to have been far In excess of that. Whether or not, however, there was an actual decrease, the disease resumed Its march on Sat urday, the statistics posted showing that frcetu Saturday noon until Sunday noon there were J88 caspa and 141 deaths, this being the largest number so far officially announced. It Is feared that the cholera will makf further gains for at lenst. another fortnight, this belni figured on the hau ls of tormer epidemics. AH varieties nf Asiatic cholera hove now oevelnpoil hern, thern being numerous cases of the Algid tvpe, which Is accompanied by tht! gratest sufferings. The metropolitan of St. Petersburg caused prayers for deliverance to he read throughout the diocese to. day, In which the pestilence Is described as a punishment for the pesple's lawless ness. Fremler Stolypin has sharply repri manded the municipal officials for the ppalllng conditions. Frac ticslly nothing has been done up to the s pr resent to put th city s market placer, In a sanltarv condlton; they are places of Inrleucrtbahle fllth, with the almoflphere reeklna; with foul odors. One hundred carloads of fruit have been auctioned ott snd forwarded to Warsaw. Vllna and other towns, which the cholera has not Invaded and the possibility of Infection from this source Is very great As a city St. retershura: Is wofullv unsanitary, and the dread disease finds here the conditions most suitable for lis propagation. It first made Its p peariMic. H.inong the poor people herded In wretched tenements, hut It Is now spreading to the better classes, and If has broken out In the barracks aniens SALUTE PASSING FLEET Western Australians Travel to Coast to Kee Battleships (Jo by, Perth, Western Australia, Sept. 20. The American fleet nf battleships passed this coast this morning, on the long run to Manila. The fleet as pro ceeding In two columns, the Connecti cut and Loulsana leading. The war ships turned to the west about 1 o'clock and a large number of pleas ure s'raft, crowded with sightseers, fol lowed them for some SO miles to sea, Last night the trains reaching this city brought vast numbers of Austral ians, all bent on catchlne a, glimpse of the American fleet. Many of them traveled hundreds of miles, and to day the railroad stations were throng ed with people on their way to Fre mant.le. which is the chief port, of western Ausrtalta, 12 milea south of Perth, From Fremantle a score nf pleasure boats with crowds of en thusiasts aboard, steamed out to Rott- nest Janil,,evpjnllAa-Cfl;.Ui9 coast. GOMPERS CASE BACK TO COURT Juntice Oould Hears Argument To-day on Relevancy of Qttpfltlons Aflked by Davenport. HEARING TO BE PROLONGED fiompera. Anxious to Get. Into (lip Political Campaign, fimwi Impatient at the Pclaj. Washington, Sept. 20. The. contempt proceeding against President Oompers, Vice-President Mitchell and Secretary Morrison, of tlia Federation of Iabor, will be transferred tomorrow rrom ex aminer Harper's jurisdiction to that of Justice OouM of the district supreme court, but the Interruption to the reg ular proceeding will be only brief. The change will be mada for the purpose nf obtaining the court' direction con cerning the admissibility of questions to Mr. Oompers which were submit ted last Friday by Attorney Daven port, of Hrldireport, Conn., who rep resents In the Inquiry the Hucks Stove and Range company, which claims It was the victim of a labor boycott. The questions were based upon utter ances of the -September Federatlonlst, the fed-ratlnn's official organ. Attorney Ralston of thla city, acting for the federation officials, contends, that, having been written since the fil ing of th complaint In the contempt case, these utterances cannot be hen to have any bearing upon the present Investlcatlnn. lie will ask Judge Oou'd to so Instruct the examiner nnd prob ably will ask the court to limit and define the scope of the Inquiry. Mr. ravnport will contend that without having the entire record be foro It. It would be Impossible for the court to Interferons to the extent of prohibiting any particular question or any line f questioning, lie has set out to prove that the move against the Bucks company wa.i the result of a conspiracy and he advances the theory that anything said or done at any time before or since the bringing of the suit which supports this theory Is relevant. He will antagonise the motion to define as Impracticable and untenable. "Whatever the result of the presen tation to the court, the taking of tes timony will he resumed Immedlnely after the result Is announced. It ha already become evident that the hearings will he prolonged, and Mr. Oompers Is growing very Impa tient undir the restraint. The neces sity of being In attendance upon the Inquiry not only prevents his giving attention to his ordinary duties as president of the Federation of Labor, hut keeps him out of the campaign. In which he Is deeply Interested. Jtr. Davenport has made It evident that he does not Intend to leave any stone unturned 1n establishing his case. He will continue his questlonflig nf 'Mr. Oompers, snd after recalling Mr. Mor rison will have subpoenaed other wit nesses connected with the federation. ITALIANS HONOR GARABALDI tier. Pr. Phillips and llnllnn Consul Among the Speakers. A meeting of local Italians to com memorate the Italian national feast, the celebration of the entry Into Rome of Oarabaldl's thousand on September n, i R70. was hdd yesterday afternoon In the Pavenport Congregational church at IRS Oreene street. The Ital ians not members of the societies that met In Rlcclo hall made up the large and enthusiastic audience. The Italian consul In New Haven and Pr Watson I. Phillips were the prin cipal speakers. There were many musi cal solos and two choruses The program opened with a piano solo by Miss Crlstlna Fesstur. Solos sung bv Silvio Orlllo, Olusepplns Gril le, iMarla Pe Vita, Verglnella C'aval lar. Annie Mazisurella, Oulseppe Maz jtarella. Plugenl Tastlgllone, Anita Mtgnone and a piano solo by Miss Pesnturo followed. Professor Pletro Tagllalatela gave a discourse on the significance of the 20th of September. The Italian counsel to New Haven, Pr. NIcoIh iMarlana, made remarks In, Italian to the assemblage. Remarks ln KtigHsh were delivered by pr. Watson U Phillips. Pr. W. W. Bowdlsh, and the Rev. F.rnes I WIs ner. There were two Italian songs sung by the entire obdy, one of them a hymn to Oarabaldl. "Columbia." sung in F;ngllsh, closed the program. WROXO FOOT) Cause, World of Trouble. If we only ra.llzed It, we are the prlnclpHl cause of our own misfor tunes, and eating Improper food Is a large factor In the make-up, By giving a little thought to the question of what we ought, and ought not to eat, we cao make things much more pleasant for ourselves and others. "Some time ago I was In the habit of entlng buckwheat, cakes, sausages, fried potatoes and coffee for break fast," writes a N. Y. lady. "I wn,s troubled with headache and Indigestion, hnt. thought medicine would relieve me. Finally I saw my mistake and made up my mind that the cause nf my trouble was ln the food I was eating, ".About, this time I saw Grape-Nuts mentioned In our paper, and I bega,n to eat, it with cream for breakfast, and to drink Post urn Instead of coffee. VI not only found them . delicious but, they corrected the headache and Indigestion, and I feel like a new per son. Mv mind Is clearer, nerves steady, my step has spring In It and I feel like singing all the time." "There's a Reason." Name given by Postum Co,, Rattle Creek. Mich. Read "The Road to Wellville," In pkgs. Kver read the nboye letter? A new one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true-and full of human Interest... MRS. C. H. MACKAY. ft . . - v '. Workers In the cause of woman suf frage here and abroad hall with great enthuslnam the announcement of Mrs. Clarence H. Mackay that she haa be come a dlsclplo of the movement. So elated are the suffragists In America over the conversion of the wealthy Koslyn (N. T.) society woman that they are ready to Install her In a leadership similar to that occupied In England by the Countess of Warwick. ST. ALOYSIUS SOCIETY T. A. and n. Organization Held negn lar Meeting Yesterday. The regular monthly meeting of St. lAlnyelus T. A. and B. aorlety waa held yisterday afternoon at 3 o'cqck In St. John's school hall. RoutJei 'business was transacted and reports of several Important committees were read,' par ticularly the cadet committee of which James F. Brennan la chairman, re ported t'hat the work of organisation was progressing In a very satisfactory manner. It was voted to hold anniver sary exercises In honor of Father Mat thew at the society rooms. (123 Chapel street or In some larger ball or theater on Sunday evening, October 11 at which some speaker of national reputation will be present and deliver an address on the life and work of Father Mathew. The committee In charge of t'he celehrntlon Is as follows: Michael F. Campbell, chairman: William O'Brien, William P. Shanley, Samuel Benson and T. Frank Martin. A report, of the proceedings of the New Britain convention of the C. T. A. U. of Connecticut wa read by the so ciety delegates. The membership com'- mlttee reported that the fall work for the doubling of the present membership of 2n0 was well under way and It Is ex pected that the desired result will be aec'tmphfhed In. time to show a mem hership if TOO at the December meet ing PERSONAL NOTES President Arthur T. Hadley with Mrs. Hadley and their daughter were over Sunday gii'sti of iMr. and Mrs. Elford Trowbridge at their summer home In Old Lyme. Mr. snd Mrs. W. Fa Miller, Mr. end Mrs. Henry A. Warner and fMles M. B Miller are guests at the Maplewnod Hotel ln Plttsfleid for a short stay. Miss Teclle Lambert, who graduated from New Haven high school last June, will continue her studies at Wheaton seminary, Northfleld, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Pavld Paggert have closed their cottage at Pine Orchard and are at their house in Wall street Mr. Henry h. Hotchklss of Hill house avenue, who Is at his camp on the I'pper St. Regis, 1n the Adlron dacks, Is to return to town late this month. Among the New Haven rlrls who left Friday morning to resume their studies at Vassar were the Misses Grace Street, Mildred Street, MI1dre4 Bradley and Marlon Mason. Mr. and Mrs. .T. Fj. KUlam have closed their cottage at Pine Orchard and sre now at their home In Willow street. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R Woodford of Whalley avenue have been spend ing a fpw days with relatives In Wln- Sted. DIVVY STT(T,TVAN SHTFTS. Cleveland. O, Sept. 31. "Panny" Sul livan, formerly center fielder with the Boston American league club, has joined the fleveland team. The trans fer was copc.luded last night and Sul livan remained In Cleveland for Im mediate durf, while his fomer team mates proceeded to Detroit. The pur chase price was not stated. Mrs. Optimist Simply telephones down for one of our delicious FROZEN DESSERTS when an unexpect ed guest for dinner is announc ed by husband in the morning, and that evening she is in her place at table, smiling in the knowledge that her dinner will end delightfully. Order Fresh' Fruit Peach Ice Cream, or Lemon, Orange or Raspberry Ice for Sunday. 40c the Qt. THE HARRIS-HART CO. Factory 120 Commerce Street. Telephone 774. The New Lamps Our assortment combines beauty with utility, even down 1 to the very low priced. ELECTROLIERS, LIBRARY LAMPS, 1 GAS PORTABLES, STUDENT LAMPS, And lamps of nearly every description. Come in and look them over. We can please in design and satisfy in price. A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St Hucceaaor to John Bright A Co. Summer Fur , WHAT ladles are bringing fnr to us every day for altars vni tlons nnd repairs. They are Insured and atored trf TUU as soon as received. Work la done slowly, carefully, GAIN n(1 work co"t ?ou l,M than U w1" ln fal1 or w1ntMr Friend E. Brooks, 746 Chapel St. rtoom t, tip One Flight. Telephone 6M-S. "KOAL" Rep,e,ent, QUALITY W. F. Gilbert & Co. .(Incorporated) 65 Church St. 4 rt"rMr - Decorative iRugs T "Distinctive Fabrics and Coloring.," "The I Anglo" Lines J Anglo Indian, Anglo I Persian, Anglo, Turkish, ;form a group of the high ; est class weaves of rugs I made in room sires. Our store specializes on these choice goods. All sizes Jfrom mats, up to 11 ft. 3 tin. by 15 ft carried in 1 stock. A. ! WINDOW SHADE CO. 75-81 I Foot of Center St TiiiiiMiMiiiiiitiiiMiiimntiiiiinMiiitttmiit like to Brag Tm sure X ceuldnt bake good plea if I didnt Bate with urn "you get quick heat . "andGAS is the CHEAPEST of all FUELS." The New Haven Gas Light Go. Salesroom, 93 Crown Street WELL FINISHED FLOORS are best made with . ' Roger's Stain Floor Finish. They are made to finish floors in , the most durable manner and i ' any style you desire. Ask Thompson & Belden THE RELIABLE PAINT . DEALERS, 2401. 396 State Street. Tel. aSTt.38M nNarTvAN'PUY are Here. Repairing. 0pp. P. 0. i It 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 II 1 1 H 1 1 II Drapenesi Import Lace Curtains 1,400 pair of new French a Laces in Renaissance, Cluny Pt de Arabe, Marie Jj Antoinette and Dutchess. S Direct importations. The J finish and workmanship Is unequalled. Combine this with decided money $ savings will appeal to all t buyers. Orange St. P nmwy evening.. such Get a Oas RftOge Om $13 to S27 Ready to TJw ton or Wcii Marble ADcnrf mTHOSMIlIJPSiSON 148 SYLVANf AVE.