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THE MOB-NINO JOURNAL-COUKIER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, ' 1903.
11 4) 4-4- 4p 4' 4: 4' 4- 4; 4;- Form-fitting Pettic ts Demanded By The Sheath Skirt Vogue A Demonstration of S. H. & M. Adjustable Petticoats and Guaranteed Waists The new snug-fitting sheath-like skirt calls for close fitting petticoats and underwear. Tin's petticoat is designed expressly to till this demand. A distinct invention which insures comfort, ease and a perfect fit, accentuating the graceful lines required by the discerning woman. It M&kes the Waist An Inch Smaller No Strings. No Elastic. No Gather ing In Back. In addition to this most commendable fea ture these' petticoats and also the shirt waist arc made of guaranteed silk. A guarantee as to wear goes with every garment. S. H. 6 M. Guaranteed Petticoats. $4.98 S. H. 6 M. Guaranteed Waiata for $4.98 An experienced demonstrator will explain the superior points oi these garments here on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Will Speak on National Issues at Republican Rally in Hyperion.' FORT HERE TONIGHT PLAN BIG MERGER PROF. PHELPS TO PRESIDE III DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Office of the Town Clerk. Warranty JVeds. Felix ChllJIngworth to Charlotte Amoun, Edgewood avenue, f2 fet", Joseph fSagnon to Mark Kyder, Bas aett street, 34 feet , Felix Chtlljngwnrth to Katie Stephan, Edge wood avenue, fi2 feet. Florence Van Buren to Joseph Van Buren, Elm street, 4.r feet. Francis Ailing to Charles Geldor, Truman street, 40 feet. John Doyle to Louis Aorwlts, Wal lace street, 57 feet. Quit Claim PeeyK Mathew 'Notkfhs to Isaac Kaufman and Joseph "Wefj'srhan, Rosette street, 2 feet Samuel Grow to Mathew Notklns, Rosette ptwt, 82 feet. Michael Pownay to John T. Doyle, "Wallace street, 67 feet. PROF. VTTFLPS' T,FCTIKF,S. Vice-President Buckland Tells of Proposed Acquirement of Rhode Island Securities. $22,000,000 IS INVOLVED Miles Judson Will Tell About Sub- marine Investigation List Of Officers. Street Hallway System of Providence Included In tlio rtuvliuiso Planned, Abraham Stone to Isaac Kaufman, Frank street, K7 fet, J1.000. Louie Horwltz to Michael Downey, Wallace street 67 ft,. $5,200, nirildlntt Permits. Henry C. Brown, frame stable, R8 Hohart. street near Whalley avenue. TMPOTJTAVT tvsminatton. Fleven OnndldafeN for -OoTernmenhjl Positions to bo Kxnmlned To-day. There will be a very' important civil servire examination In the local post office building: today n.nd tomorrow for -Which eleven candidates for gov ernment, positions will try for appoint ments. The examination Is the semi-annual technical and scientific one of the com mlfision and applicants for the follow ing- positions will be examined: As sistant examiner, patent office; 8 book keepers, departmental service, (i; en gineer, Indian service,' 1; trained nurse, Phllliplne Is. 1. The examination will be held In the United Ptatej court room and will start promptly at t o'clock Ploroe. m. Maher, superintendent of malls will ho In charge of the candidates. first or a Series of Twenty Is At- tended by Majfy. The first of the lectures In the course which Prof. William Lyon Phelps Is to give miring the coming winter was glv en yesterday afternoon In the Ijimp- on Lyceum at 4:1f and was attended by an enormously large crowd. The course will extend through twenty weeks and a lecture will he given ev ery Tuesday afternoon with the ex ception of Symphony Tuesdays on which weelcs It will bo given on the pteeedlng Monday afternoon at the same hour. As was evidenced by the attendance yesterday afternoon tlw popularity of Prof. Thelps' course Is fast hej-omlng recounjzpd. There wore about ?M pres ent of which the (reenter part were public school teachers, very few men being present. The title of the course Is "Elizabeth an Drama end Shakespeare" and the lecture given yesterday dealt with the origin of the drama showing how the present drama had grown from the an cient, and crude affairs of the past ages. Ttrcv. o7,nn v nwrs spf.atcs. Delivers Tnterealliifi: Talk to Members of Congregational Club. The opening meeting of the Congre gational club of this HI y was oharae. terlzod by an address hy th Pev. Oz Ora Davis of xw Britain who through out his talk emphasized the teaching of the Tord Jesus Christ In the largeness of Its outlook regarding the Kingdom of Hod and humanity. The mooting was held at the Ply mouth church end was presided over by the nev. Tsalah W. Pneath. The mooting was preceded by a supper, served hy the ladles of the Plymouth srclety, to which about 2fi0 sat down. rmurn srppirn. The first of the series of suppers to li given during the winter months, hy '.'i" Ladles' Aid society of the Hum phrey street church will take pl.ice ihls evening at fl:30 o'clock. All ore welcome Magistrate Tf I remember rightly this is . nol your first appear;! nee in court. I'vlsnnfr--No, your honor; hut I hope you rlon't Iiiflge by Bppeara.nens. lla r per's Weekly. t KEEP US IN MIND! It pays to keep us in mind when on the subject of painting. AGATINE x THE COMPLETE WOOD FINISH A stain and finish combined for Renewing old woodwork, furniture, floors, etc., and finishing all new interior woodwork. An enamel for wood and iron. MADE ONLY BY The first big rally of the republicans will be held in the Hyperion theater this evening when Governor Fort of Now Jersey will be the principal speaker. Governor Fort in one of the most strenuous of the eastern govern ors and is a very forceful campaign speaker. Another spellbinder of note who will make an address Ih State Sen ator Stiles Judson of Stratford. Professor William Lyon Phelps of the English department of Yalo will be the preAldlng officer of the rally and will Introduce the speakers. Professor Phelps Is a very entertaining after din ner speaker and will make an excel lent chairman for the meeting. Governor Fort will speak on the na tional Issues and Senator Judson'a talk will be principally concerned with the submarine Investigation during which he was George I I.llley's attorney In Washington. Hla remarks will probably be similar to those made In the state convention. The list of vice-presidents of the rally follows: President- Wllllnm T.yon Phelps. Vice-presidents Max Adler, Fred M. Adler, George L. Ailing, Genaro An narumnia. James Arnone, I.ee J. Au brey, David It. Ailing, Andrew R. Bradley, Charles .1. Tfartlelt, Charles W. Blreley, Henry T. Tilake, Frank C. Bushnell, Harnett Herman, riiarles K. Pray. Charles Brandt, Frank S. Hi-hop, George F. Burgess, T.. Wheeler Beecher, George T. Bradley, Wlnthrop G. Bushnell, Clarence Blakeslc, Den nis A. Blakeslee, William E. Butler, V. S. Butlerworth, Charles C. Harlow, George R. Burton, Alexander Cassan dra, James P. Campbell, Carl Carlson, Pasquale C'elottl, Donald G. Carml ehael, 1,. W. Cleaveland, Minotte K. ChatfleM, HnlKl Consortn, Willis H, Crowe, J. Carney, Wm. F. Clark, John H. Clarke, F.ugne Costanzo, Lorenzo Furcoln, John M. Cr.impton, Jacob Caplan, Daniel K. Connell, L M. Daggelt, Frank D'Andrea, Amos Dickerman, John T'clla Valla, Garrett S. Dunbar, Andrew W. Dwyor, Wm. 11. Dotiglass, Henry C. Finery. Samuel Efland, Truman S. Foole, George II. Ford. G. Clifford Koote.rred R. Karns worth, Tivlng Fisher, Plirrepnnt H. Foster, Charles F. Geiner, John L. Gilson, Percy H. Greist, Arthur Hm Ineway, Wallace B. IJolt, George F. ITodson, Abner Hendee. John A. Hull, George K. Hull, Joseph K. Hublmcr, Samuel Hemingway, James S. Hem ingway, James A. Howarth, Henry Hlllman, I'. .. Homan, Oscar P. lv.-s, Seymour f. Judd, John Day Jacksno, Kdgar A. Johnson, John W. Kaye, Charles Klcimer, Louis Knollme.vr, X. W. Kendall, Joseph Kegclmeycr, Jo: eph C. Kelly. Joseph T. Koll rs trom, James F. Laden, Fred S. Lehr, Charles S. l.eete. F, LlndquHt, Luz erne T.udltigton, r.mil Loo?, Dennis LnmbardI, S.imuel Lloyd, Phelps rontRomery, A. Mel. Mnthwson, Kd ward S. Motillon, sn ph' n Mosca. Wil liam C. Manning. George Montam, John C. Morton, Richard Moore, Al fonso Maropea, Kdward F. Merrill, Henry ''i Xewton, William P. Mien, J. Arnold Nnreross, h'red W. Orr William R. Pitkin. Krnest H. Potter, Joseph Perrelll, I'reilerick L. perry, John II. Pen roe, Charles W. Pickett, Kdward Petrosemolo, John V. Rattcisriorfer, Joseph Rnfes, Frank J. Rice, Slilney C. Rosenberg. Kdwln P. Root, Henry W. P,uase, .Samuel II. Read, Fdward Randolph, Moses T. Rice, Truman Smith. Kdward i-Vk, linminico Ppig nesl. A. D. SMnbach, John P. Pttnlley. David Steele, S. Fred Strong. A. Wil liam Sperry, Julius Twlss, Winston J. Trowbridge, William P. Tuttle, Henrv H. Townshend, Klchard H, Tyler. John Q. Tllson. Daniel Tllghman. Frank D. Trowbridge, Charles Munger.Liuis M. Tllnian, Isaac, M. l'llman, Anthony Verdi K. Flarrls Weaver Augustus Wright, George D. Watrons. William S. Wells, Kit Whitney, J. Rice Win chell, Henry C. White, Samuel H. Williams, Thomas K. Worthlng'on, Samuel J. Well, and Frederick K. Wliltuker. , Secretaries -Theod.ire R. BiaUes lee, Mar Barnes, Stephen Ratlg. Ar thur M. Beebe, Alexander Bruce, Har ry B. Brown, Jos. S. Hllnn, Carmine Colandretia, Louis Coleman, ' James B. Coe, Ward Church, Kmtl Carlson, Frank S. Conklln. Wm. K. Dwyer, (1s born A. Day, Hubert L. Dickerman, David Ti. Davis, Bennett V. Farnam, Nathan B. Fitch, Solomon M. Gom perlz, Charles Goldrlchf William -lra-bam. ijeorge K. Grannlss, (5ustave Gi'oenbaum, Charles Horwltz, James E. Howland, George B. Huyck.Charle.s S. Julln, Robert H. Jackson, John 1. Jacobus, Ft'ed W. Kaye, Robert K Lee, Edward J. Mnronny, Frank H. Mason, Fred I. Mead, M. D. McGov ern, Lorenzo Battel, Freil J. McKcr nesa, Walter G. Mallby, Samuel J. Nathanson, P. G. Nleolart, Herbert W. Oviatt, Joseph O'Brien, Edward S. Pickett, A. Oswald Pal.Iman, George W. Rovve, J. V. Rattlesdorfer, Jr., George R. St urges John J. Seally Frank L. Shay, S. M. M. Smith John Seegar, Robert, Stewart, Joseph H. Townsend, Harry V. Whipple, WADSWORTH, HOWLAND 6 CO., Inc. 382 State St., Telephone 590 T. M: Hoghson, Mangr. j V . Vice-President Kdward G, Buckland of the New Haven road has made pub lic details of the railroad's plans for acquiring the slock and bonds of tha United Traction and Electric Co., and Hit! bonds of the Rhode Island Subur ban Co., which aggregate $22,000,000 of securities. A total of $8,000,000 In slock and 000, 000 in live per cent, bonds of the United Traction, which owns tho street railway system of Provldomru and Adjoining territory, and nearly $5,000,000 of the Rhode. Island Su burban's four per cent, bonds are in cluded In the proposed consolidation of the electric companies Into one corporation Hie Rhode Island Co. The bonds of the Providence Securi ties Co,, Issued In exchange for the stock of the Rhode Island Securities Co. are not affected by the deal. In discussing the matter Mr. Buck land said that the New Haven Inter ests would gain the advantage of eini pllfled accounting and that the trac tion shareholders would have the ben efit of the direct guarantee of the New Haven road, Instead of the c curlty aTfordeil hy the lease of the property to the Rhode Island Co., now controlled by the Xcw Haven. This guaran' e, he believed, would broaden the market for the stock and make it i speclMlly desirable as a conservative ln"r stment, and the present tracli m shareholder? also would prollt by the addition of the W'ontu'ooket system lo the properly of the Rhode Island Co. Nasal Catarrh, an Inflammation of the delicate membrane lining the air passages, Is not cured by any mixtures taken into the stomach. Don't waste time on them. Take Ely's Cream Ralm through the nostrils, so thai the fevered, swollen tissues are reached at once, Never mind how long you have suffered nor how often yon have been disappointed, we know Ely's Cream Palm is the remedy y.ui should use. All druggists 50c. Mallei by Ely Rros., 56 Warren street, New York. COYNE BROS. 250 Blafchley Ave. Concrete and Cement Walks, Floors, Drives, etc., Laid and 0 Repaired. Roonnr; a Specialty. Xel. ma. Wuperloi' Worli Guaranteed Axle Grease. The stuff that helps to make the wheels go 'round. The following we carry In stock: Alwnys There, Ttapld, Frazer's, Damn's Cnstorlne, Boston Condi Oil. "92," Vow Fnglnnrt Axle Grease and Dixon's. Wo nlso enrry the regular enstor oil, which many prefer for carriage uso. yvACKS 2SWESTRKT WESTV1LLE. A Japanese entertainment will he given in the .Metbodlsl Episcopal church tomorrow evening at S o'clock. A real representation ol a real Japan ese wedding will be given. A large chorus of girls from the church w sing and a quartet of hoys from Christ church will also sing. Miss Hazel B.is sett, the wonderful child elocutionist .and a treat favorite of the Grand Army men will render several selec lions. After the entertainment light i'f freshinents will be served. Admission '.Ti cents. Tickets may he obtained nt Miss C. S. Sibley's art store on Ml Chanel street or at Mr. Byran Web ber's hardware store on S0 Whalley avenue. The regular monthly meeting of the hoard of education took place in the schoolhoitse last evening. The regular ionthly business was talked over end also the disposition of the matter of the New Haen High school refusion admittance to the children of th Westvllle Grammar school. No deci ded action was taken. P. J Welch of Whalley avenue has the Westvllle agency for the Monarch Laundry Co. orders may be left there. The marriage of Miss Alice E. Sch midt to Mr. George Ingraham will tak' place this evening at the home of fh' bride on Fitch street. After a short wilding trip they will ler.lde op Fitch rtreet. CHANGES II1S STUDIO. That of Benjamin Scovllle Now Iocnt ed In Insurance -Uulldlng Benjamin Scovllle, who Is conduct ing a successful school in dramatic art here, has removed bis studio to toom 4S in the Insurance building. Mr. Scovllle's wife, who Is a famous dancer, is assislitm him and will take a leading part in the production of "Pygmalion and Galatea," which will be presented to the New Haven peo ple shortly before the holidays. Miss Emma Glens. hi, . who Is one nf Mr. Scovllle's pupils, will have an import ant part In the cast. Good Eggs for a Good Breakfast a I hnl .... -tL -l'r-iPTT.ll.iSE211 If you have to try a second time to get a good egg for breakfast your appetite is gone. Must be good the first time or you'll have none at all. Why take chances on your first meal. Enjoy it buy guaranteed eggseggs that are sure to be good. They come a dozen in a sealed box. See that the seal is unbroken. Strictly Fancy Eggs at a reasonable price. Blue Ribbon Eg'g's your grocer can 7 supply you, write us DILLON d DOUGLASS, New Haven and Hartford, Conn. Springfield, Mass. Providence, R. I. BULL FIGHT ON STEAMER'S DECK Matador Loses His Laurels in Fight With Escaping Ani mal on Way to Mexico. SAILOR BECOMES A HERO Unfortunately, Just as He Whs Win nlng Fame With Fatal Jab, a Heedless Wnvp Washed Heast Overboard. New York, Oct 13. Bull fighting in an arena where the animal has not a ghost of a chance Is quite different from bull lighting In a gale of wind aboard ship as Valanlln Plcardos, one of Spain's best, matadors, found out to his sorrow during the trip of the Spanish line steamer lAntonlo Lopez, which arrived here today. The passengers of the Lopez shoved their noss skyward today when men tion was made of Senor Plcardos' cour age, and a dark-eyed senorlta who came In the vessel said that the mata dor's Idol was shattered, Flushed with the glory of a score of brilliant campaigns In the piazzas of Barcelona, Cadiz and Madrid. Plcardos hoarded the ship at Cadiz September 30, and during the first week at sea was wined and dined and praised un til, according to the officers, his waist coat buttons threatened to fly off, and there was not a cap aboard the ship hltr enough to bold his head. Stowed )n the well which divides the superstructure of the Antonla Lopez from the forecastle were three bulls that were I alien aboard at Malaga en route to Mexico for the ftghts. About noon of October 7 Plcardos was busy explaining to a dozen or more admirers, chiefly women, how adroit bo was In dispatching the ravage bull, when an attendant came running aft shouting that one of the hulls had broken looe nnd was smashing every thing in sight. Here was Pleardo's chance. Jumping to his feet he hastened to his state room, quickly returning with gleaming sword. Had It not heen for the rolling of the vessel the well tn which the hull was tearing around like mad would have been a perfect arena. Forward was the forecastle head and on It the crew was massed to see the brave matador dis patch tho bull. Aft the well on the promenade deck all the cahln passengers gathered to cheer the noted toreador. When Senor Plcardos arrived the bull was ripe for action. The animal cast a. wicked weather eye In the direc tion of the matador as he hegan to descend Into the well. The sailors shouted, "Viva la Plcardos," and when the passengers took up the cry Plcar dos smiled. He bad scarcely reached the deck nf the well when a bull came fearing at him. The matador dodged and more cheers went up. The bull turned quickly In hts tracks, lowered bis head for the second attack and Plcardos essayed to thrust the ani mal In the back of the head. The bull was up to such tricks, how- for ever, and In a Jiffy bad waltzed around the matador, who found it no easy matter to keep his feet because of the shifting of the vessel. The excitement was intense. Even tha officers on the bridge left their stations and added their "bravos" to those of passengers and crew. It lokoed as though the hull's time had come, and some of the forecastle hands were betting how soon the ani mal would be killed when the matador suddenly dropped his sword and, giving a yell of terror, ran up the ladder to the promenade deck, leaving the ibxill to his own devices. El Toro pawed the sword once of twice and as he began to bellow more worlds to oonquer, Joan Fuetos, a 19-year-old sailor, Jumped down Into the well, grabbed the sword and gave the bull a savage dig. Tho animal did not Hke the new at tack and turning sharply charged the sallorman. Fuetos was not dismayed. Twice he thrust tha sword into the shoulder of the bull, and as he with drew It for a third tho ship gave an unusual lurch, and a sea broke Into the well. The sailor dodged It, but the wave caught the bull, threw It oft Its feet, and before tha surprised passengers could cheer washed It overboard. The passengers ralRed a purse for Fuetos, who was a real hero, ricardos kept to his cabin when the vessel berthed at Pier 10, East River and de clined to discuss the matter. Moral F.tVeet With "Prolillm (Boston Transcript..! The fight between prohibtlon and li cense In the HIS Connecticut towns which voted Monday resulted in a stand-off. so far nn the number of towns is concerned. The niora.l effect Is rath er with the prohibitionists, since ths majorities hy which "dry" towns were kept la line showed some large Increases. The Tempting, Teasing Taste of NI W SYSTEM. ITIinnry Grade Teachers Now Work ing for Clinii)0, A number of committees from the dlffeient primary grades of the local public schools 's now very much Inter ested In the matter of Inaugurating a now system In the primary grades of the Hfhools whereby the spare time of the young scholars will he taken up wil l wi rlt of a more manual and ob jective nature. ft Is Bxpeelcd that when the commit ter have finished their work a, com plete change will have been Installed In the schools. The change will be made only on the flrsl three grades and the new system which Is now being per fected Is known as' the "Busy Work System." Post 1 oasties "Takes hold" of the ap petite and makes break fast a real joy. FOTt RTD17WATK OTOXTXC.S. Mayor Martin yesterday signed an order passed hy tho board of alder men Instructing the building inspector to see that all persons constructing openings In the sidewalks have a per mit, for doing the work. It has heen the regular custom of builders when de siring to construct openings In the sidewalks to go ahead with the work without even asking permission from the board of aldermen. Now the build ers will be obliged to seek a permit the same as In the case of erecting or altering a building. The crisp, delicious, golden brown flakes are made from selected white corn. I Truly A Breakfast Luxury "The Taste Lingers9' Tlie lliirtfonl llefraln. (Ansonln Sentinel.) Popular Hartford refrain: "I stood on tht; bridge at midnight" SOLD BY GROCERS Mario at Pure Food Factories of POSTUM CEREAL CO., Ltd , Battle Creek, Mich. !