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THE MORNING JOURNAL-OOURIER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 190&.
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 Co, 940 Chapol Street. Fur Department Enlarged. VERY LARGE VERY CHOICE SHOWING OF FURS ALL KINDS The Brooks-Collins Co. Tel. 3716. 795 Chapel St. GUNS AND AMMUNITION OF THB BEST Edison Phonographs and Records A CHOICE STOCK POCKET CUTLERY OF THE BEST MAKES. Key Fitting, Knives and Settlors 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 Hn Sapertlnltle.. Yale Business College Sena (for ratnlngne. 118 Church St. Tot. 1737. BE.NJAMIN SCOVILLE, Instructor In BLOCTTIOX, OBTOHV, DRAMATIC , ARTS AND STAOR DEPORTMENT. Appointment! by Letter Only. Address Y. M. C, A, Building, MISS JOHNSTONE'S SCHOOL 97 Whitney Ave. ADVANCED ' (XASSK.S. SECONDARY . DEPARTMENT (Thnrnuah Prepar ation for Cn1teK) PRfMARY DEPARTMENT, KINDER. ' GARTEN. Miss Day's School FOR POTS AND GIRLS IN THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL GRADES 10 COLLEGE STREET. 14 Mnooln Nfreet. 4 Private tuition by the hour, In nil vanced or elementary studies. Apply after September H. IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR CONSULT Ryder's Printing House 78 CENTER STREET. X. 13. OXJrLH.133 Hyperion fitables, Opposite Vanderbllt HalL MUCH, COUPE AN LIVERY SERVICE, AUTOMOBILE ATTENTION. 1038 Chapel Street. 'Phone 101. CHAPEL STREET The closing out of our gents' furnishing was done to get larger space and better dis play for our furs. We carry an immense stock and do an immense business in furs. Customers will find' it to their advantage to examine our goods and learn our prices. ' QUALITY. Victor Talking Machines and Records TO SELECT FROM. 1 RESULTS, NOT PROMISES "Do you like moving pictures?" "Not a hit. I nearly slwys ilrop Hie blamed th.lnita on my toe." Btrmlns; ham ARe litre M. CHAMBERLAIN'S BRANCH 964 CHAPEL ST, When a dealer wants to sell you an article "Just as (rood" Rk him If he would like to be paid In counterfeit money. We are agents for nearly ell the nationally advertised arti cles such as Copyrighted by Ostermoor Cattt Ostermoor Mattresses 5 ft size $10. , , 3 ft 6 in. $1 1.70. Globe Elastic Book Cases Fit any space and any pocket book. Raftsman" Furniture Best In Mission, etc, etc., ' THE CO. CHAMBERLAIN CROWN AND ORANGE ST. CORNER. 71 BRYAN REBUKES PRES. ROOSEVELT Sends Him Long: Telegram Challenging Him to Prove Assertions About Haskell. DEFENDS THE GOVERNOR Says Will Allow No Responsible) Mem ber of nepublloan Organization to Misrepresent Bil Tarty. Detroit, Mich., Pept, 22.A presi dential candidate rebuking the Presi dent of the nation for making state ment he deems to be unjustified, was the feature today In the campaign of William J. Bryan, who. In a te-legram to Mr. Roosevelt, defended aov,,Haak ell,of Oklahoma, treasurer of the dem ocratic! national committee, against the charge that he had unlawful conneo- tlons with the Ptandard Oil company. Mr. Bryan served nntlca on the Presi dent that as the, candidate of the dem ocratic party, "I shall not permit any responsible member of the republican organisation to misrepresent the dem ocratic party In th present cam paign." The telegram concludes with the statement that the democratic party la making "an honest and honorable" fight In defense of Its principles and policies. 'jAnd experts and will demand honorable treatment from th who sre In oharge of the republican cam paign." The following Is the full tet of Mr. Bryan's dispatch: Hon. Theodore Rooee-ett, President of the t'nlted Ptsts: "Dear Sir In a statement glvn out by you yesterday, and published In this morning's papers, you endorse a chsrge made against Gov. Haskell of Oklahoma, to the effect that he was once In the employ of th Ptandard Oil company, and as such employe, was connected with an attempt o bribe or Influence Attorney General Monnett of Ohio to dismiss suits pending against the ptandard oil company. "In endorsing this charge you attack th democratic party and Its candidate, saying thst 'Gov. Hsskell stands high In the councils of Mr. Bryan, and Is the treasurer of his national campaign committee And you add that 'the pub lication ' of this correspondence not merely justifies In striking fashion th action of the administration, but also casta a curious side light on the at tacks made upon the administration, both In the Denver convention, which nominated Mr. Bryan and In the course of Mr. Bryan's campaign.' "Your charge is no serious that I cannot allow It. to go unnoticed. "Governor Haskell has denied that he was ever employed by the Stand ard Oil company In any capacity, or was ever connected In any way what ever with It, or with the transaction upon which your charge la based I "Governor Haskell demanded an In vestigation at the time the charge was first made, offering to appear and tes tify, and he demands an Investigation now. I agree with you that. If Gover nor Haskell Is guilty as charged, he Is unlit to be connected with the dem ocratic national committee, and I am sure you will agree with me that. If be Is Innocent, he deserves to he exoner ated from so dsmnlng an accusation. "As the selection of Governor Has kell ss chairman Vf the committee on resolutions at Denver, and also as treasurer of the. demncratlo national committee, had my approval and en dorsement, I feel It my duty to de mand an Immediate Investigation of a chsrge against him endorsed hi the president of the fnlted States. Tour high position, as well ss your sense of Justice, would prevent your giving sanction and circulation to such a charge without proof, 'and I respect fully request, therefore, that, you fnrn Ish any proof 'which you have In your porseasion, or If you have no proof, I request that you Indicate the method by which the truth may be ascer tained. "Without consulting Mr. Haskell, I will sgree that ha will appear for Investigation before any tribunal, pub lic or private, which you may Indicate, and I will further agree that hla con nection with the national committee and with the campaign shall cease In tlie event that the declnlon of such tri bunal connects him In any way with this charge, or In case you, after an Investigation of the facts, say that you believe him guilty of the charges made. . "As the candidate of the democrat ic, parly,. I shall not pprmlt. any re sponsible member of the republican organization to misrepresent the at titude of the democratic party' In the present campnlgn. "I ha.ve assisted you to the extent of my ability In. remediable measures, which I deemed for the public good which you have undertaken; 1 have urged democrats to support such measures, and I have advocated more radical measures against private mo nopoly than either you or your party associates have been willing to under take. The platform of the democratic party Is clear and fcperlfle on this sub ject, as on others, while the platform o( the republican party Is uncertain and evasive. "The democratic candidate for vice presldwt, Mr. Kern, Joined with me In requesting the democratic, national committee to fix a mamtmum of $10, oni) for Individual contributions, and to publish before election all contri butions above $100 and the committee acted favorably on this request. The republican candidate and the repub lican national committee proposed, not publication before the election, but. publication after the electloh. I submit that our committee has given the better evldente of II freedom from connection with, or obligation to the predatory Interests. "Our committee has not knowingly received a dollar from an official of any corporation known as a trust, and It will not receive any money from such. If any money la contrlb.ut.ed by such persons without the knowledge of the committee, It will be returned as soon as the fact Is discovered. "The democratic party la making an honest and honorable fight in de fence of the principles a.nd policies enunciated In Its platform, and It ex-pects-and will demand fair, -honorable,, Hats A'tween Times Heads get tired of the same old thing day after day, Wel come changes rejuvenate. You don't want a atraw hat, nor will you have a I crly plenty of time to wear tlinn. The thing Is a fine Soft Hnt, whose touch rests lightly on the brow. An agreeable change to both Sinn and Head. Nl'FNOW. "At the Pump" Home of The Knox. New Fall Shirts. (ingorporatid) OPP. THE TOWN PUMP pro cnXrrcii street. treatment from those who are In charge of the republican campaign, "With great respect, etc., "Very truly yours, ' "WM. J. BRYAN." Detroit, Mich., September 12. AROTROMVS DEFENSE. Yloe President of Oil Trust D'ln res Methods Will Bir Inspwtimi. New York, Sept. 22.-John D. Arch bold, vlre-preldnt of the ptandnrd Oil company, whoswlettera to 8enator Foraker have become an Important factor In the presidential campaign, la sued the following statement today: "A street Is filled with merchspts who hsve been doing business peace fully and without violation of the laws Maybe an awning extends too far over the aldewalk; maybe boxes are opened on the curb: maybe the big merchant of the street violates In common with his smaller rivals a number of dead letter laws. He hat a swarm of rivals, but he Is big, and his smaller rivals, while doing a total business nearly as great, want to get his business. That's una condition that exists In e-ery town or city of any size In the.t"nlte,l Plates. "Political conditions are at-a stand still. -every day conditions have been going along. The big merchant has been doing business, so have hli rivals. A certain class of politicians wonder at his slue and In their wondering, his power snd money grow until they de cide be could let some of It out and no one would be 'hurt.' "What. Is the result? Pome alleged law-maker, with enough sense to draw 8n ordinance, duly submits It to h1a fellow la w-makere the press tskeg It up, and that law Is about to become a fixed aff.ilr, notwithstanding It may be filled with gross Injustices that will fork a serious Injury to everyone What hes been the habit 'of the mer chant? He has either fought or he has let. a little of his money out. The law has bn dropped and matters go along again for a time until some oth er politicians get hungry. , "That condition has existed in this country for years. Every business man knows It. I do not have to talk plain er Business mn have been held up. They know Itthe press knows It. "I m not a politician. I am not 'a gambler In Wall street. One hundred shares of stock will cover my dealings In Wall street, I am an nil man, first. last, and all thi time. I have made mistakes, so have other merchants. I believe snd have preached the Idea that the Standard Oil company would have been much better off If we bad been more open to the public. . "What this compsny has done will stand Inspection. We have no fear of that. We have employed the best tal ent because It pays to have the best chemist, the best driller, the best sell ers, the best buyers, the best lawyers, "We are not going to go Into this political campaign. We are not going to take part In It. The Standard Oil company Is a corporation In business on a large scale, and Its actions will stand a sane and fair public Invest! gatlon." "You ssy your wife threw a flatlron across a liirge room and hit you?" "y-s, your honor." "Oh, well, that was an aceldent. "No It was not, she threw It at. me. ' "Well, If she really threw at you snd bit von II certainly was an accident." Houston Post. The i Ladies of Queen Alexandria's Court in England use and recommend Mrs. Mason's Old English Hair Tonic, among whom are Lady Lillian Churchill, Lady Sara Wilnon, The Duchens of Marl borough, Baroness Ramsey and others. This certainly establishes the fact that Mrs MASON'S 15 EnfllteD HAIR TONIC is a moft superior article. No olher toilet article has such an array of distinguished teltimonials. which include the tilled ladies of London and Paris, and almofl all of the leading society women of New York and Newport. Mrs, Mason's Old English Hair Tonle and her Shampoo Powder constitute a Complete Treatment for the Hair, which will surely stop its coming out and make it grow luxuriant, wavy and curly. For Sale at Drug and Department stores, PAX TO N.T0ILE T O0M BOSTO M. 0N ELLSWORTH AYE Two New Houses to Be Ereoted in Fine Residential Sec tion of City. , Architect F. E. Brown has Just com pleted plans for two houses to be built on Ellsworth avenue. The first plan calls for a concrete house, 22 by 38 of six rooms at the corner of Irving street and Ellsworth avenue for Charles Kfttsoh. The Interior will be hard wood trim and the houso will be provided with bath room, fireplace and will be heated by steam and will have all oth er modern conveniences. A concrete house, two families Is also to be built for George H. Simmons on Kllsworth avenue. The house will bo 31 by 211 feet, will have eight rooms, balh room, fireplace and will be heated by steam. The cost of building either house has not as yet been estimated, FAtiTS FROM SCAFFOLD. lame pallo Hrenk Jcg In Sixty Foot Tlunge. At noon yesterday, James Pallo of M fit. John street fell BO feet to the afreet from a scaffolding on which he wae working at the rear of Meigs k Com pany's store In Church street. He iya severely injured, but was doing well late last night and will doubtlesi recover. H's Injuries consist of a brok en leg and severe hip contusions with numerous minor cuts and bruises. He Is ftow In the New Haven hospital. The accident happened when a stag ing rope broke and threw Pallo to the ground. Dr. Raynham Townshend, who was In Ijmbert's store at the time of the accident, was called and hastily mad the man aa comfortable aa pos sible. Pallo was then sent to the hos pital. He Is employed by Pperry & Treat. WOMAN'S MISSIONS. The annual meeting of societies In New Haven county connected with the New Haven Branch of the Woman's Board of Missions will be held In the Congregational church In Cheshire on Wednesday, Sept. 30th, at 10 o'clock. Addresses by Miss Kyle of Boston and Mrs. James p. Faton of Chihuahua, Mexico, are among the pleasant fea tures of a full and attractive program. There will be an Interval at noon for the social hour when luncheon will be served. ikcttre at firrrEn. Supper tickets for the Men's club of the City Mission this evening may be obtained until this noon at the Mis sion House office, No. 201 Orange street. The supper will be served at the close of the temperance address at the Mis sion Hall, commencing at 8 o'clock and to which all are Invited with free ad mission. ENTERTAjNMENTS. HYPERION THEATER. MONDAY AND TVBSDAT, PEPTEM . riEH 2, 29. "M KFICIEXCY." Rem P. and lye Shubert (Inc.) Present PAM BERNARD In "XBABLY A nERO." Direct from the Casino. rrlces (I 80. $1.01. 7nc. 8c, 25c t-eai saie rriniy. tarnages at n. HYPERION THEATER. BATCRDAY, PEPT. 2!TH, Matinee and Night. 1 Jules Murry Presents PAl 1, GIl-MORE In the American Militia Comedy By miU JOHNSON VOT'NG, "THK HOts OK COMPANY 11" Prices Jl.Sft. $1.00, 76c, 80a, 28o pear sue i nursoay. rl A MI OPERA YJl Willi HOUSE NOW PLAYING FALSE FRIENDS Popular Prices. Mat. Wed. Coming Mr. Howard Hall In THE WALL ST. DETECTIVE. POLI'S NEW THEATER. ALIj WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 21. , IiAH.Y MATINEES. 'Manager Poll Presents George Homnn's latest Creation, NIGHT WITH THE POETS Hoey anil I.ee, ftllror. Heroes and Mont. gonierr, Mrl'nnaell and Simpson, YAMAMOTO finOTHPTnJI, Smith and Henatner, Rlertrograph. "THE M'SJKV KOIJTH," Fpeetacular Southern Plantation Num- ner, W. F. Gillette Preat. Thus. r. ( onnlff. V. Prrmt. O. W. V. Gillette, Sec.-Tre. The Gillette Construction Co General Contractors and Builders. US Mailer nidg., BO 2 Chapel St. Telephone J7g. Hygienic Ice Company, 881 State Street. Artificial Ice Natural Ice Distilled Water Cold Storage A telephone call will insure prompt attention. Telephone The New Lamps are Here. Our assortment combines beauty with utility, even down to the very low priced. ELECTROLIERS, . OAS PORTABLES, And lamps of nearly every description. Come in and look them over. We can please in design A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St. Succcaaor to John Bright A On,' Summer Fur WHAT Ladles are bringing fur to us every day lor altera ynil ,,on" nnd P0'1,11' T,",'r are Insured stored frea TUU M ,oon as received. Vork Is done slowly, carefully, GAIN ""d work costs you less tliau It will In fall or winter. Friend E. Brooks, 746 Chapel St. Room 7, 17p One Flight. .Telephone 863-8. II K O A L" Represents QUALITY W. F. Gilbert & Co. i .(Incorporated), f 65 Church St. Opp. P. 0. , Decorative Rugs "Distinctive Fabrics and Coloring" ::"The ; Anglo" Lines Anglo Indian, Anglo Persian, Anglo, Turkish, form a group of the high est class weaves of rugs made in room sizes. Our store specializes on these choice goods. All 'sizes from mats up to 11 ft. 3 in. by 15 ft carried in stock. 1 WINDOW SHADE CO, 75-81 Orange St. X Foflt f onlM- ft fllllllllMH I rdorrt Like to "I'm sure Z couldn't bake such Get a Oa8 Range food pies If I didn't Bak with Gm S13tO$27 -"you get 'quick hMtV of an FUL5.':k The New Haven Gas Light Co, Salesroom, 93 Crown Street WELL FINISHED FLOORS ? are best made with Vv Roger's Stain Floor Finish. They are made to finish floors in ,; the most durable manner and in any style you desire. Ask . 1 Thompson & Belden THE RELIABLE PAINT DEALERS, Tel. 2401.: 396 State Street. - .! .!' .i .11 ILL-! ORE'CARE'ANP - TrniGHT - MNEY CAM' BUY LIBRARY LAMPS,. , STUDENT LjVMPS, and satisfy in price. Repairing. Draperiesjf Import Lace Curtains 1,400 pair of new French Laces In Renaissance, Cluny Pt de Arabe, Marie Antoinette and Dutchess, Direct importations. The finish and workmanship is unequalled. Combine this with decided money savings will appeal to all buyers. OP"1 .hmtof Brent.. " ' About Ready to Use , MARB1E 148 SYLVAN AVE. SHoUL&'BE - GIVEN'THE - SCLECTIoN'J