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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1008.
-H"5'-5nVc(lrii sfliiy, Oct. 14, ,08.'W" ORANGE NOT TO JuB-bUO-NOii OIU'LL &TKK12T. Children's Galatea Suits Toil SCHOOL WDATt. The henlth d?po rtmiit of Boston recommends wash suits for school wear. Those units arc made specially fnr children. They are neat, service able ami wnsli perfectly. Wo nrc solo H' local agents for thin particular lino. 4. Kvory variety of stripes, plnldx and 4. plnln colors, also combination colors X trimmed with contrasting colors of same, material. Skirts full plait, cf- a focts. Kntirn suit can 1) put In tub T at once colors tire fust. Hun In sizes from 8 1o 1-1 years, . & $1.95 2.50 2.95 to 3.95 ? rfcTEIt TIIOMRSOX KVITS. These nro In navy blue ami j brown serges, trlinnieil with Muck, white or rod binld. They arc i T especially appropriate nud stylish for children uses 1 to 11 years. $3.95 $4.95 ' $5.95 S The New Imported Fur Ruffs 1 We are showing the latest imported creation in fur f effects of the season the new Fur Ruff in all the best f models. They are different and exclusive. t All the fashionable Furs in sets, separate pieces, and 1 coats for street, carriage and motor, and an unusual as- sortment of skins for special orders. We are quoting ex- i ceptionally low prices for this month. 1 Remodelling a specialty. $ The BrooksCollms Co. ! 795 Chapel Street. ? 1A1.J.J. -t- -. . J- -t. J-l. A. J TTTTtTTTtTttTTTI FINES DROP SOME Acnnto SInleted 988 nt Yesterday's Meeting. Garbage fines from tha board of health show considerable falling off COURTS FORCED TO CLOSE Queens County Ifiis No Money Rains Cnso AV1II Ho Postponed. New York. Oct, 3 3.-After a rigorous , J hut ineffectual effort t" persuade tin 1 i. t.i . , I,., with the advent of tho autumn sea- i " , " "Jir"'v" ""' "'TV I'liuiwiK $-vo'u lur use m inn nunmii.-f-tratlon of his office, District Attorney eon, yet Nataio. Aounto, of tho west ern district, was fined the sum of $S8 flt tha meeting of the board which was held yesterday afternoon. Rob ert Daley, of the eastern district, was mulcted but J2. A delegation of a score of persons from Fair Haven East, led by Georgn Bradley and Edward Rarnes, appear ed In heated protest against the con tinuance of the piggeries now main tained by Acnnto' on tho border of sertptlon $3,500, and have purchased a lot 100 by 150 feet on tho corner of Campbell avenue and Eum street, to be used exclusively for library pur pones. Wo also have to our credit it Home Trust Co. In Hob iken, N. J., $ 10,000, given by Andrew Carnegie to nut up a library .building. We have just selected h ti architect and practi cally decided on the plans for tho biilldliiK, ho that we expect soon to break ground, and hope to have till completed by spring," Dr. C. A. Ilovan, the health ottlcer, reported as follows: Health Ollleer's Iteport. "During the year past reports of conta gions diseases have tcen few In num ber, and so fur as known none hnvo been fatal. Three cases of tyliold fever have occurred In the town, and In every case they wore discovered by the health authorities of New Haven beforo being reported to the health otllcev. Tlin reason for this Is that a number of typhoid coses developed along the route of a tnllk vender, and these be ing reported to the boiird of health, they were at once traced to their prop er source, while the attending physi cian was getting a report of his blood test from tho stute laboratory at Mld dlelown, sometimes making more than ono lest before a reaction could bo ob tained. This dcla.vB tlin health oflWr In p'aclng proper restrictions on the disposition of milk, and Instructing tho family In regard to management of ths disease. Only Ihreo complaints have been re ceived, and these were abated without tho necessity of serving an order, It being the first year In the service of tho present health officer In which no order him been served. It eemu necessary at this time to call the attention of the citizens resid ing In the different districts of our town to Hit condition of school property. It 13 evident that tho committees of the several districts do not fully compre hend their duties, especially tho ono thai places In their care the school building". Of course, there are excep tions to the above statement, but as a rule tho buildings are badly kept. L'er. tolnly the school houses are not so lnrg thsl It. need entail a very great expense to go over them once in two or three years with a coal of paint, paint Is a greul preservation of wooii. and sonsequently saves taxes; beside all this a nicely kept school house, with outhouses standing upright, and kept in n cleanly condition, Is an ornament to the town and district, 1 do net believe there is n property own er In the town who would allow his buildings to degenerate to the condi tion of the district school. There are four ice ponds located In the town of Orange, and all are In good condition. A thorough inspect Ion does not reveal nnylhlng detrimental to the Ice supply. Nearl.v all deaths from Intestinal dis eases of Infants sro due to Imiiure t int wiw the rn miller tm'inim. ti, therefore, is the ilutv of everv producer m nun; lo see nun his own supply Is absolutely pure, and neither willingly or unwittingly Ik, s pirtv to tee slaughter ot the innocents. I n der the present Imperfect system of milk Inspection the Infant mortality has been rcduivd nearly one-half. When Ibis is considered what) would be the result were there a cordial co-operation between tho Inspector and tho producer. Inf. O. Parrln ot Queens county declar edt o-day that be would close everv court In his qounty at once, the funds nl hla disposal having nil been expend ed, and no more forthcoming. Mr. Darrln appeared personally to urge.' upon the aldermen tho straits In which his office found Itself. The crim inal trial of the brotheis Mains, held In lb" Queens county .tall for the killing imam tu. .Minis al the r..iv do V the town. They threaten to pray out require the 'retention of Insauitv oY an Injunction If they are not given re-I peris to refute, the testimony which tho lief by the city soon. Dr. Wright mado Ms report for tho month of September. Of tho 150 deaths for the month there were 78 of males and 72 of females. Those under-one year of age were 34 and under; five years 42, while there were eight , over 80 years of oca and ono over , 40. The principal causes of death -'cited were tuberculosis I t, ty phoids, rheumatism 6, heart disease! 16 and apoplexy 12 deleiif.e would put in Asked what effect tho failure of the board to provide him with funds would have on the t J n Ins trial. Mr. Darrln replied that It would hall Its prosecu tion. The llalns cases came up before the grand jury to-morrow. FAmircu i Tniri.B Tittr;r,nv. Goldsberry, Mo (let. in. D. o. S "i mnn, a farmer, went to the district school to-dny, called out bis two sons aged ten and twelve years, shot one of them dead, mortally wounded the other nnd then shot and killed himself. The cjuise of the tragwly Is not known. MONEY TO LOAN 1 'juy ,gi',.'wT " mm i" ,n Why Go Elsewhere and bo asked all kinds of unnecesiary and embarrassing fiuestlons and go through a lot of red t.ips when you can borrow any amount of us from ?'r, tip on your household furniture and pianos without, any endorser whatever, and also avoid all of the shove. Coir r"tes have nlwavs been the 1 est ;,nd we give yon guarantee that our menvods are strictly honoroblo and our chorgr-s the fairest offered by any company. mi iletillngs strtetly confidential. MUTUAL LUAN & GUARANTEE GO. J , 315 Washington Bldg. Cor. Church-Crown Sts. N : : ESTABLISHED 1800. A. M. KALETZKY FURRIER 1?oTfught: i Money Looks Big Just Now. The full moon eomlnf? np and (?o1hk down looks big. Monoy before and after the, hotel it of Benson looks big to tho merchant, specially the fur merchant. In the fur line yon will find a dollar will buy Jnst now than It will a month or two later, tme In buying furs and In all kinds of fur repairing. Telephone 3020. I WW y more rf$ It jJfflM Reduced Prices for 1908-9 On Ladies' Custom-Made Garments Current; retrenchment In personal expenditures (ends u dm purchase of ready-jnado (turinents often iinsutistuetory und frequently not economy. This enm we are reducing prices, hut holding materials and workmanship to the Ugliest perfection. At those reduced prices we hope to meet procut conditions nnd at tho mhiio time greatly increase our sules, , L. DeVita, 157 Orange St. "Telephone 854. ! (Continued from First I'age.) book was only live years and that j mapy of them were rebound und tho j rest V ere Useless. I School Appropriation Halsert. h was i lieu voied unanimously to In crease tho appropriation to $2,200 this jour. The iiicreasc Is lo tiieel tho al dej number of Heatings for new pu pils, it was also voted to appropriate $n;',,V-r for the support of schools as ugalust flll.Tllo for last ycur, the In uieiiso been use of new rooms. First Sdociuuin Walter -Multi In speaking of the tax. rule,' euld: "The lux tato will Iju at the rate ot 8 mills on the dollar us there are no new ex penses timl cannot bo met at that rate All the debts of lust year have been paid mill thcio is a balance of $l,00t) In the treasury. There Is only ono item of In crease of exceptional slue. This Is for tho new turnpllto Improvement that the stato has authorized and that we will pay a uuurlor of, Tho total cost will be 2(l,0()0 as 'was shown a year hbo. The cost of the police will be ta ken out of the town and there will be that much less unless It Is decided that their cost will be put buck oh tho town." Regarding (ho Tollee. Charles K. Hush then aroso to speuk about tho police. Ho said; "Mr. Piatt, who brought a suit against the town has not pressed It on account of the expense. The outcome is purely a question of law. On my part, for the town of orange, 1 hnve not urged any action. The mutter will have to go to the Supreme court. The difference as to whether the town or the borough will have to pay the bills docs not make much difference as li will have to come out of tho pocket of neatly the same taxpayers. The town grand list, and the borough grand list ure nearly tho same. I am always ready to carry on the litigation if the people of thu town are willing, but 1 do not think that It Is wise." I.und Returned. A resolution was presented In favor of Oltarlcs Hoffmann and Nelson Yung eriiuin thai they be given the proper ty cut off by the Improvements that wero made on the new Mllford turn pike The old road, they contended, was so situated that there was a larg space left law thai states Hint abandoned roads go back to tlie nigiiial owner. They took the land to prevent its being a camping place for gypsies, but now It Is wanted back. They will tako the case lo the courts, It was stated, If no action was taken. The matter was dropped by the meeting ns not being ill their busbies,:; fdnoe, It was not ad vertised in tho call. It was voted that the school year be made US weeks. The selectmen were authorized to borrow as necessary. Ten thousand dollars was voted for repair of the highways ns last year. Memorial day expenses of JIM was voted lo the treasurer's funds. '.An Increase of $100 to $"i00 was voted for the tree warden on account of the Increase of the elm tree beetles re cently. Treasurer's Report. The treasurers report submitted by Harry ('. Tolb-s for Iho year ending. September K, IMS, showed $:i,7K,.S2, left In the treasury from 1007, JlO.nno from the selectmen's notes, $4,'i7l.2J from the .Mate of Connecticut school fund; $'.,Ml.r.O from county commissioners, li quor licenses; $W,i:.n 07 from C. W. Tuttle, tex collector; $'J7,7'.S.!4 from K. .1. Crawford, tax collector; nnd smaller Hems to a total of ?!).il."it S7 Income. In tho treasurer's report of paid out Items nro the following; Town court officers, salary, $1Xih; nine court or ders, Slio town orders, $x(t.KS.2"; C. If. Ilisenburg. bounty, two foxes, $:'; tn usurer of Conn., dog licences, $?'-'-. TA; wish balance In treasury, Sep. teoib. r Pi, $!t,;s7 r,n; total, $0V :, f,7. Report of Selectmen, The selectmen's' p'port showed the following summary of hills paid for the year ending September In, lO'if!; Adver tising, $in .'iO; assessors, $npV70; attor neys, $7"fl; auditors, J1!0; board of re. lief, $72. .iO; books and stationery, bridges, $,.Kt.!"l; collection of taxes, fl.l'.fll?; county tax, $2,:t!!S(; damage by dogs ?l!i; ibimnge on high way, $10; dog warden, JTHii.riO; .elections, $7U2; highways, $!,S 77; Allllngtown hydrant, $i"i?."; Interest on bonds, $12, 0011; Interest nil note, $105.50 Klnibeiiy avenue btidgetend-r $00.7e; light', $ii:t!i; llwvy, $21; military commuta tion tax $I,1IH; military enrollment $MI; miscellaneous, $253.41; notes paid $10,niln; opening roads blocked with sr.ow, $12 IS; Ornngo (,Kh school build ing, 5-Dio ; tpatrolineti, $1.4:10.25; pt luting, $1-120 HO; procuring evidence In criminal proceedings, $07 10; mibllc library, $500; school visitors, $!; schools, $31,781.32; sealer of weights and measures, $1, se. lectmeii, $l,0H7 5o; pIkh boards, $31.10; soldiers and sailors' burying expenses, $210; state highways, $03.77; street, sprinkling, $l!i02."r, surveying, $11(4,20: telf phone, $131100; textbook and school I supplies, $1,f!.V134; tools nnd repair, I $:,0; town clerk. $272.57; town hall, I $2,037 23; town health officer, $1h 50; I town poor. $3,847,47; treasurer, $240; I tree warden, $135,41; truant officer, $81; Veteran Memorial association, $50; vi tal statistics, $320 35; nnd West, Shoes breakw ater, $205.13-Total, $01,1.40. Ponds due In 1010 nt 4 per cent, ag gregate $100,000 snd those due In 1025 nt 4 per cent, come to $200,000, making the town Indebtedness, $:'0n,000. The auditors, H. V. Richard and A. M. Locl'wood reported (but they had examined the various books nnd vouchers. The board of school visitors report ed as follows; The October enumer ation of children between the nges of four and sixteen onrs was as fol lows for the various districts: First, 5H; Second, 5 5; Third, 25; Fourth, 112; Tyler Pity, 35; Western, 82; Northern. 357. Total, 04 2. The tree warden reported nn In crease In (he number of -lm tree bee. ties and InsulMclent funis to light them. About the library, The VPliige Improvement society reported appropriations of $6(12,0!) for the public library and a balance of I $87,50, showing $575,-10 expenditure. ! In addition to Ihis they said: "We Would like In advNo the citi zens that slllce (he eS'l.'jhMshniciit of j tin; liluur, wc hao, raised b;- sub- PEROXIDE SOAP. PnNseMlug Many of till) Antlmcptlo Uri-iiilciilHt Properties nnd the Skin A burning e fleet fit IVroshle ot lljilrngriu THIS SOAP Is prepnred wllh great csre from Pure Drugs, Vegetable Oils, and Pure 1'eroxld or Hydrogen, nn sli. soiii'e.iy Harmless Put most etneieni Skin Uleach. MA MIS THK (KIV WHITE. A. D, K, Peroxide Kosd whitens the Bkln and keeps It white. It clears up dul and muddy complexions nnd by Its antiseptic! action prevents Pimples, Kruptlnns, Sunburn, Tsn and other I.ileinlslies. 'I'll K llKAI'TV OF 1M1HITV. There Is soitiethlns: Indescribably at tractive In the wholesomeness of a 00111- plexlun that Is noticeably clean and cluar, A. 1). 8. KKHO.HDK SO AP Is the onlv sonn that whitens the skin and keeps the complexion fair nnd goon 10 iooic upon. It may no useu without the slightest fear of barm on the most sensitive skin. It Is good and can do only good to all those who use it regularly. I'rlee sa Cents ne I nKe. Gillespie's Drug Store Thune 0(l-4. 744 CIIAPEI, STHKET. buuds Uellvrrrd. LETTER MAY PROVE TO BE A GREAT HOAX (Continued From First Page.) Women's Fine Boots if:' LILLEY REVIEWS ANCIENT HISTORY (Conllnued from First Tags.) create a monopoly for this company was adopted by the house naval com mittee. There were two courses open to me: First, 1 could sit down and permit this corporation to enjoy Its monopoly nt n l expense of millions of dollnrs to the people; or second, I could Introduce a resolution to Investigate In order to find nut and make public how they could obtain a vote for monopoly nnd the consequent fnt contract through nny committee in congress. I Introduced a resolution calling for n committee to Inveitlgnte their meth ods. I was not nppolnted to this com mittee, nor was I even nlhuved to cnl! witnesses In nn order that would bring out results, but, hardly were they or ganized when 1 was summoned to ap pear before them nnd puhllctj disclose to this corporation nnd nny others who might be guilty exactly what facts were n my possession, thereby making elenr to them what defense wns neces sary. I protested nnd died the fact that no successful Investigation bnd ever been commenced hy disclosing In ndvnnce to those to be Investigated (list what facts wero known, fait the com mittee Insisted thnt I tnko the stand. Detective's Immediately began to follow my footsteps nnd nnnoy my family, I requested the committee to subpoena those detectives to ascertain by whom nnd for what purpose they were employed did not do. It has not been President Roosevelt's practice to hide behind a confidential countersign. It would appear that the Immediate Issue In Connecticut politics was the text of the Roosevelt letter to Hllley. The AVaterbury American, which has even given up its news columns to "editorials" In support of Lllley, has apparently found It Impossible to swallow' the letter as meaning that the president wishes LlllcycvcrP success" In his campaign for governor, as rosy he understood from the following article printed on the first page of that paper yesterday: Ueorge L. LI 1 ley of this city Is showing hi friends a letter which he received recently from President Roosevelt, requesting a copy of his now famous speech on the naval bill delivered before congress, April 11, last. The letter close with an ex pression from tho president wishing Mr. Lllley "every success." Mr. Lll ley's friends call It a fine endorse ment of his candidacy for governor. The president's letter to Mr. Lllley Is a personal one, and was not sent through Secretary Loch, like most of his correspondence. Mr. Lllley has received the necessary permission to make It public, and It will bo ready for Inspection In a fow Jays. That is to say, It will be printed along with some other campaign documents that Mr. Lllley expects to send out. "Tes, It IS truo that I have receiv ed a letter from the president," Mr. Lllley said. "In It he requests a copy of my speech on the naval bill, and also wishes me success." "Isn't It rather Strang, Mr. Lllley." queried (he reporter, "that the presi dent should write you for a copy of jour speech when he can get It from the llle of the Congressional Rec ord?" "Why, I 'don't know," Mr. Lllley answered. "I hndn't thought of that. Hut if there Is doubt In anybody's mind, why, I should like to remove that doubt by showing you the let ter." Mr. Lllley produced the letter sign ed by the president himself, and the words "I wish you every success" were seen hy the reporters. The rest of the correspondence Mr. Lllley did not wish to make known. "So you see," continued the candi date, "that the letter Is signed by the president. He requests me to forward him a copy of my speech. Just why the president wants me to give him a copy of the speech when he can se cure one (n Washington, I nm unable to explain. Perhnps he Ihought I had It In such form that I could furnish It to him much quicker than It could be complied In Washington." $5, $5.50, $6 and 7. ji Have you noticed the style and tone our Fall Boots have 7 A little different air from the boots of other makes. A distinct; style by themselves. A little more expensive than some others, but the money is in the goods. ' - it.- ' ST" Patent Calf Mat Top Button J6-00 ; Cloth Top Kid Foxed Button $6.00,, Dull Kid Top Gun Metal Foxed Button $8.00- Tan Russia Calf Button. ... $6.00... Tan Calf Foxed Suede Top Button. $5.50 Gun Metal Button $5.00( i Oil Grain 8-Inch Storm Boot $ 7.00V- ' -' -.v. SEE WINDOW NUMBER 1. f:: ONLY GOOD SHOES AND STOCKINGS m lie . (. . . New Haven Sloe Coin- 842 and 846 Chapel Street. i; Merrels, Cross & Beardsley Contracting Decorators. Succeeding John H. Piatt. 90-92 Orange St. Honest goods, reliably made, reliably sold, costing what they are worth, and worth what they cost. rnONE 839. . DELICACIES F0R SOLDIERS Philippine ficpnrtnient Wants More Lemons and Other Fruit. Washington, Oct. 13.-The action of congress In inercnsln the pay of the This the commltt'e "rn,y Pro,note contentment among j officers nnd men and add to the arniv's An eminent. Connecticut Jurist snld st the time thnt were he n member of that committee he would hnve call ed these detectives at once In neer nl'n who was employing them, holler ing thnt those who did were guilty of wrong doing. Attorneys whom I bnd employed nt my own expense to bring out the truth were not permitted to examine nni cross-examine tbo witnesses. All kinds of limitations were Imposed upon me and J do not expect to mnke a record as n. swimmer, If, after hnvlng my arms nnd legs lied, I am thrown over board nnd told to make for (he shore. I refuse, ns 1. believe th people of Connecticut nlso have refused, to take seriously thp proceedings of Hip select commitlee. When the nnvnl committee present ed their proposition to the bouse a, sharp fight defeated the monopoly proposition of this lobbying corpora tion, ns It wns defented later In the senate, nnd the naval bill of the first session of the Sixtieth congress does not. contain a monopoly proposition In submnrlno boats. At lenst, that benefit to the country was the result of my efforts. If the Investlgntlon bnd accom plished nothing moro than the des truction of monopoly n snhmnrlno boat building nnd the placing bark In to the hands of the administration, where It belonged, the letting of con tracts by competition, It resulted In, saving more than a million of dollars this year nnd will save, millions of dollars in future years, ns It, Is not likely that any submnrlno company will attempt again to frame the laws of congress to give themselves a monopoly. efficiency, according to the annual re ports of genernls commanding various departments of the service. The report says the trials among Phllllppliie scouts are less In propor tion than among American soldiers, a pot surprising fact, It declares, consid ering the differences In racial charac teristics and conditions. tieneral Miles recommends a more liberal policy In supplying troops In the Philippines with apples, American oranges, lemons and grape fruit, and with sugar-cured meats. 1 CI I MAP RATKS TO CALIFORNIA, ln Washington Sunset route. Per sonally conducted without change from Washington. Berth $8 ,50, Of fices 170 nnd 228 Washington street, Ttorton. t4.tt.K4HM"r4WW 4.4iWi t 'f Modern Decorating Calls for original and Individual treatment. Don't In jo satisfied with the commonplace, when you can have your 'A decorating done in a manner expressive of your own Ideas decorating different from your neighbors, unique and artistic, and at practically the same cost. We'd be pleased to have you consult us. j MONROE BROS., 353 Grown St. X.VWW'M''M- 2 EN A Mr. Jacques W. Lnndnu, the well known vocal teacher of Now York, will be In New Haven every Saturday to give vocal Instruction. Voice plnce. meiit and the art of singing, prepar ing pupils for opera, concert ind church. Address, .1. W, Landau, 121 K, 80th street, New York. Developing and Printing We usn the Kodak Tsnk System of development for both plates and films, which produces a higher percentage of food negatives than any other method, 'allures In development, do not occur Because a fresh solution of tested tem peraiuro and strength Is used for each roll of film or set of plates,' Wo use "Velox" to make the prints and we choose the grade and surface of pnper which Is best stilled to the negative. If your negntlves are not satisfactory we are only too glad to assist you In making correct ' exposures. City Hall Pharmacy Co. NEXT TO CITY HALL. -H- CER BREAKFAST FOOD. A natural cereal fruit and vegetable remedy for constipation and all stomach disorders. Cerena Breakfast Food is prepared from the most nutri tious and healthy parts of cereal fruit and vege tables, and when eaten as directed a normal, healthy condition of the bowels and stomach will be maintained. Ocrena Breakfast Food is not a cathartic, but is mildly laxative, and its action is prompt and permanent. Try it once and you will be convinced that it is the best remedy of its kind in the market. Each package contains one pound of cereal. FOR SALE AT L L. Washburn 6 Co. .! V K ( i 61 Center St. Telephone. Ji?. A' 84 Church St. t i uitable, ensible, Serviceable, RAFTER WAGON WORKS, 05 FK.MvLIN STREIX in.. .iiryiw'"'"".'--'."" m m II flr ms mMHhdVonn M ni mm mr -o KEY FITTING, GUN AND LOCKSMITHINO. Sportsmen's .Supply Co,, 59 Church St., Base men t. E, H. BASSETT, Mgr. The Only Shooting (iallcry in the City. 11,8 Nonpareil Laundry (Incornorateri. k HIGH-CLASS WOR.K. ') We do the work for the leading fanW ilies and stores. J 271 Blalcblflv Av.. Nrw Hami r.mv f