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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1908.
III F coi.i 1 1 iff '08, 7B8.800-802 CH VriiL STUEET. DIRECTOIRE SUITS Tho arciiinpanyliiK cut was sliPU htd from (uio of our bioiidcloih suits. It Is purr, nirprtolio. font Is cut hlplww, velvet oiolron collnr, with wittn scarf, bullion Uissrl; large trlmmc-d pcx-kola set low on pointed effort pktrt. Tho coat Is beautifully tailored the entire garment Is piped with ptelf-col-ored satin around edge, pockets and the large buttonholes. The skirt Is o severe, plain, gored, tailored affair, with one Inverted plait on ench side from below hip; front is a buttoned effect to knees, the satin buttons and satin cord buttonholes making' an effective finish to the gar. ment. i We are making this suit In black and a variety of colors, Including Tuupe, Wistaria, Catawba, Vert, Brown and Navy. Tho price, $37.50, Is very reasonable, too, If you appre ciate qualify and workmanship, In ad dition to style. NEWS OF THE STATE Big Suit Against Corset Manu facturers Fatal Dynamite Explosion. SCHOONER TRIKES ROCK Steeplejack Killed by l ull Tumble Downs-tnlrs Proves Fatal Other Items. , GREEN HATS. The new green soft hats In sage, sea-weed and olive shades, In the I knockabout felts, the Alpine and telescope, and the swagger college J hats, at $2, $2.50 and 93. . GOOD GLOVES. Our glove section Is much larger than ever before. All styles are T nhown In walking, dress, driving and auto gloves, In a complete range of sUes to fit every hand. Our Cape Clove at $1.15 Is of exceptional 4. quality they'll please you. We make a specialty of the cadet size. The BrooksCollins Co. ' 795 Chapel Street. Bridgeport, Oct. 23. Suit for $35, 000 damages was brought tn-rlay agHlnat. Warner Brothers' enmpuny nf Bridgeport, corset manufacturers by Smith & Griggs of Waterbury. Four factories and the Seaside InBtltutP, a building used by the employes of tho Warner Brothers company, were at tached. Smith Sr. Origins allege vio lation of a business agreement, claim ed by them to hav been entered Into by both parties to the action on Jan uary 10, 1000, by which th Water bury concern was to furnish all of cer tain articles used by the Bridgeport company In the making of their goods. It. Is alleged that In March. 1903, Warner Brothers ceased buying from Smith & Griggs and purchased the specified supplies elsewhere, and that Smith & Griggs' consequent loss In profits would amount to about $30,000. The suit Is returnable to the Decem ber term of the civil superior court. Beach was widely known an a traveling salesman. Fall Down Stairs Fatal. Danbury, Oct 23. John .1. Leon ard, twenty-seven, a bartender; Is dead as the result of a fall down a flight of stairs in a local hote,l lust night. His skull va.s fractured. Death of Joseph 1. B'trtlctt. Slmshury, Oct. 23. Joseph I Bart- lett. died at his home to-day, after an Illness of several years. Mr. Bartlett was a member of the constitutional convention In 100!.'. He leaves a widow, two sens and three daughters. The sous are Joseph L. and John uf New York, and the daughters are Mrs. Sam uel cheshrough, Mrs. Walton Stlres and Mrs. Geere White, all o New York. He was 73 years old. OUR BUSINESS IS LOANING MONEY $ W lonn money from f.1 up on your furniture or pi ano, without nny endorser, without nuking nny enilmr rnntilna; intentions or going thraiifth nny reil tape proceed, tags. Our elmrgen are the fnlret of nny c-omnniiy, and our denting strictly honorable. MUTUAL LOAN & GUARANTEE GO. 315 Washington Bldg. Cor. Church-Crown Sts B. Special attention to out-of-town ntiRlneNH. : , Dynamite Kxploflon. Merlden, Oct. 23. Michael Passeo was possibly fatally and several other workmen more or less Injured as the result of a premature explosion of dynamite at the Connecticut Trap Rock company's quarry here this af ternoon. Fa.seo was taken to the lo cal hospital suffering from scalp wounds, a crushed hind and nose, and blood poisoning was expe-cted to develop. Conductor Iles Suddenly. South Norwalk, Oct. 23. Henry H. Tolles, of 27 Qitlniard avenue, who for twelve successive years has been em ployed as conductor on the N'orwall; trolley lines, was suddenly stricken with apoplexy shortly before 7 o'clock this morning, while at his work, and (lied within an hour, while being trans ferred to the Norwalk hospital In the ambulance. Schooner Struck Rock. Stonlngton, Oct. 23. Schooner Che hegen, Captain Saunders, owned at Block Island, struck a rock off Napatree Point yesterday afternoon and tore a large hold in the bull be low the water line. The schooner set tled but her cargo of cord wood kept her afloat. Tho captain and cook were picked up And brouRht In here. Old Indian Dead. , Clinton. Oct 23 John A. Stanton, a well known resident of Clinton, who was stricken with paralysis yesterday. died to-day at the ape of 82. He was descendant on his mother's side of John Eliot, the Indian apostle, and Is survived by a brother, former State's ! Attorney I,. E. Stanton, of Hartford. WHAT BRYAN SAID. Labor-Beggars Statement Explained hy "Democratic Headquarters. Chicago, Oct. 23. "I protest against their being placed before the country aa beggars. They do not ask for pity; they do trot ask for charity; they sim ply demand Justice." This quotation was officially promul gated by John E. Lamb, In charge of democratic headquarters here to-day. as being what Mr. Bryan actually salii upon the oreapion when he is al leged to have referred to laboring men as "public beggars." "While the charge came only from W. R. Hearst, Mr. Bryan refused to lake notice of It," said Mr. Lamb, "but now that Secretary Straus has used the term In a newspaper Inter view, It Is time that we gave out the correct version." Mr. Lamb said the quotation was a matter of record at Washington. Steeple Jack Killed by Fall. New Britain, Oft. 23 Edward B , Jose, a steeplejack, Vas kill d by a ! train some time last night near Trntt's ' eta tlon, this city. Hfs dismembered . body was found on the tra-ks early '. this mornlni?. letters addres.-ed to Jose in various parts of the country were found In his pockets. It Is not known where he belonged. Bench leaves sioo.non. Merlden, Oct. 23. The will of the late Henry t). Beach, which has been admitted to probate to provide that only tho Income of the estate, which am'onnta to nearly $1 00,000. shall go to the widow and four children and that upon the death of these shall be divided anion the grandchildren. The provision for the widow wis about ffl.no a year, but It is understood th!s wa.s Increased by the children. Mr. Imbecile Escapes. Bridgeport, Oct. 23 Warning was sent throughout the city to-day from the home for Imbeciles at Lakevllle, Conn., of John Tobln, aged 17, of this city. Accompanied by a youth from New Haven, Tobln made his way to freedom from that Lakevllle Institu tion yesterday. He Is believed to have wandered off through the country In the direction of Bridgeport. Tobln Is the. son of the late Maurice Tobln, well known In East Bridgeport, The yeffth was taken fjom the family home In Stueben street, Just east of Pembroke street, a few months ago by Investigator Morrlssey of the Chari ties department, when It was feared that he would commit some desperate act Just how be and his comrade escaped Is not known here. Word of their be lli K ."t, large was communicated to the charities department here early this morning. WIDEAWAKES IX LIVE. To Help Escort Candidate Tnft on Monduv. The following notice was Issued last night by the Wideawakes: Attention. Wideawake, The Wideawakes of the Historical Lincoln campaign of I'M will meet at th Yonnu Men's Republican head quarters, corner of Crown and Tem ple streets, Monday forenoon, Octo ber 2fi, at 11:30 o'clock, with capes, caps and badges for escort duty to our esteemed candidate, Wi'liam H. Taft, who Is expected to arrive In New Ha ven About, noon of that day. It Is the wish of your chairman that the Wideawakes turn out In full force and gKe Mr. Taft a rousing re ception on this our first opportunity. Don't forget the date, October 26, or the hour. 11:30 a. m. ' W. S. WELLS, President. CHAP. B. POTTER, Vice Tres. W. A. WELCH, Secretary. Gillespie's 29c. Assorted Chocolates BEATS THEM ALL FOR QUALITYGET A BOX TO-DAY AND BE CON VINCED. Eeasons why our 23c Choc olates ire better : 1 Parked every rridny from frct.li stock by our own alii. C'ntie quently rough bundling Is nearly clliniiuilcd. 2 VAHIETY OF CONTENTS. We select best pieces from rllfl'crcnt manufacturers and assemble them ourselves, thus gltlng 'you 40 to 50i! value for 29c. 8 These chocolates lire always In the pink of condition for wo uwc every precaution to keep them away from steam pipes, dampness, etc., etc. 744 CHAPEL STREET. Telephone (NUM. Gillespie's Pmg Store 'Phone MS-4. 1U fHAf'KL STIIKET. (inert JX-llvrreil, Developing and Printing We use the Kodak Tank System of deelopmnu for both plains imd films, which produces a hlfthei' percentage of good negatives than any other method, failures In development do not occur ttecaui-e a fresh solution of tested tem perature and strength Is used tor eaoii roll of 111m or tet of plates. We use "Vlox" to nmke tha prints and we choose the grade and surfacs of paper which Is best suited to the negative. If your neKStlves are not satisfactory we are only too glad to assict you In making correct exposures. City Hall Pharmacy Co. NEXT TO CITT HALL. The Best Drade Men's Shoes ;; 6.00. f id-' The best grade Men's Shoes in Patent Calf, Enamel' Wax Calf, Russia Calf and Vici Kid,' double and' singh' sole, $6.00. They are made in the old fashioned way; , , t Lower Grades, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00. f ' We not only sell the best grades but can give youth, best fitting and best wearing shoes that can be put to gether in the lower grades. If you come to us you wil ; get value received. t TICrirTFAIW, THE LTD. ONLY GOOD SHOES AND STOCKINGS iilU 1110 y, p. s. r. f rTtr.stfFT. Ijvnn, Mass. Oct. 53 Rev ,T. Rpeneer Voorhees, of Adams, was chosen presi dent of the Massachusetts state union of the Youn? People's Society of Chris tian Endeavor at the biennial business session of that organization held today. Mr. Jaedjies W. Landau, the well known vocal teacher of New York, will be In New Haven every Paturday to Rive vocn! Instructions. Voice place ment and the art of slnptlnsr, prepai. Ins pupils for opera, concert and church. Address J. W, Landau, 124 K. RBth street, New York. IlrldRcport Society Causes Arrest of Five Puloonkoeprrs. (Ppecliil to tlte .liiiirmil-Cflurlcr.) RrIda;eport, Oct. 23 That the Bridge, port Law Enforcement society has not yet disclosed to any great extent the result of the work of the five detectives they have had at work here for a month or more became apparent this afternoon when five more warrants for liquor dealers were Issued on com plaint of Attorney E. K. Nicholson, courised for the society. The saloon keepers and the officers alleced are as follows: John Farrell, 1312 Main street, selllnn to minors, Oct. 7; John H. MeMurray, SOI Myrtle ave nue, selling to minor", Oct 9; AVIlllam McNIff, 1230 Railroad avenue. Sunday selling, Oct. 11; William Lenl.shen, SS Whltlns street, Punday selling, Oct. 11; J. . Clatnpett, dru? store, selling: whiskey, Sunday, Sept. 27. t'p to date the only warants is sued have been fnr liquor dealers. But In addition to the evidence secured' against the .saloon keeftor-t. the Law Enforcement society claims to have a mass of evidence that will result In the prosecution of a number of well known men for gambling and other offences not covered by the excise laws. Ml m, r t niF.M' KATES TO CAf ,T FOP. VTA. Via Washington-Sunset route. Per sonally conducted without change from Washington. Berth $8.50. Of fices 170 and 228 Washington street, Boston. Is it a That's What You Want to Know When You are About to Buy!! Vat Won 4 iUa Rod Pirinn film MnilOV j 1UU li an I. mi; u&ji jl tuiiu iui iaav i iuuvj in the City. Don't You ? IF YOD BOY THE p er n ? n V JJ U Ji U 1 21 I 0 a f ffii r- l V YOU HAYE HOT IT to 3 73 " ' 842 and 846 Chapel Street. I kuk Cross 6 Bearifsley 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. . , 'PHONE 839. x ffloaern 0 ecorating Calls for original and Individual treatment Don't br satisfied with the commonplace,' when you can have yon' decorating done In a manner expressive of your own Ideal decorating different from your neighbors, unique and artistic, and at practically the same coat. We'd be pleased to have you consult as. i MONROE BROS., 353 Grown si IMeptone 27111. Saturd LIGGETT'S ay Candy 29ctS. SrSy ' By far the best candy ever sold at the prioe. Only tho best of everything goes into Liggett's Candy that's why it's pure, wholesome and delicious, and so popular with young and old alike. Price doesn't tell how good it is you've got to taste it; then you will admit it is the best candy for tho money you ever bought. The original Saturday Candy bears the name "Liggett" and can be bought only at "Washburn's." OLD-FASHIONED HOREHOUND DROPS. Just received a fresh lot of our famous old-fashioned Horehound Drops. 20 Cents Pound. 5 Cents Package. TELL ' YOU . WHY We purposely left the name off the cut of the piano above, because it stands there very much as most pianos stand to the average buyer they know very little about them. You may not know anything about pianos, but you will admit that those persons who are eminent in music (we speak so'ely of local people) are conversant with pianos, and when they buy they are going to buy the best piano for the money in the city. The following are using the Krakauer: Miss Madge Roberts, Miss Louise Daniker, Miss Ruth La throp, Mrs. Ernest Butler (all contralto singers) ; Miss Anna Carroll, Mrs. May Bradley Kelf ey (sopranos) ; Harold Mix (baritone); J. Richard North (tenor); Edward Smith (bass); Professor Harry Jepson (instruc tor at Yale); Professor George Chadwick Stock (vocal instructor) hundreds of others in a walks of life. Buy a Krakauer. It has a national reputation. There's music and money in it for you; there's a little profit and big satisfaction for us, because we know that every Krakauer we sell is bound to soil another to some one of your friends. It's the excellence of the piano and the price that do it. Krakauers are sold for cash or on easy payments to responsible parties. ISN'T THIS TRUE Vashburn- fi"Co. 61 Center St. Teleohone. 84 Church St. I f3 KEY GUN AND Sportsmen's FITTING, UlCKSMITHINIJ. rupnly Co.. 59 cnurcn St., Basement. E. H. 3A33ETT, Mgr. The Only Shooting Gallery la the City, ThB Nonpareil Laundry (InnorDorftted.) HIGH-CLASS WORK. If We do the work lor the leading . Lies an I stores. 271 GlJicfclej ki, tett Havu Z& i