THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1008.
The L. L. Stoddard Tobacco Co. have a line of briar pipes
that for real value have never been equalled
imported wood, with mouthpiece of amber that
pleaaea the DISCRIMINATING smoker.
"Smoke and the world smokes with you swear off and
you smoke alone."
(Their store Is at 910 Chapel Street, In w Haven.)
The Butler Business School
Regular Session Day and Evening.
SIDNEY PERLIN BUTLER, President.
Phone 3400. Y. M. C A.
MRS. J. H. DUNN.
Beginners' classes In dancing now
ormlng. I'rlvatn lemons by appnln'-
Inent. Telephone I4DI-H. Hours, 3-3,
10. Sia I'HAI'KL ST.
IS IT ENJOYABLE ?
!) you like o nt-a ott,-t
atopic with dcfcellv terlht
Do yan mat .hlak othrra
kiiiiM a aa tUatreaaed li
our were that wajrf Now
rtiin't lei hm get beyond taa
help of a (ood drntl.t. II
on of jronr teeih la mlaalaii,
uv us bridge tha apace nltb n thai
tn aama eolar, abaae aad alia ot Ik
HIU. DENTAL ROOMS
. 781 CHAPEL ST.
8 CENTER STREET.
OTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
NEW YORK CITY.
ROOMS $1 a DAY
Bn&gB to nl from st
Tlnn free. sni 2-rnt
Rtnmn fnl Vnn Vni.1.
Onldohnnlt arifi Msji.
I St. Lawrence's New
i TELEPHONE 9304-2.
1W DURANT HOTEL.
(,.or. aunt; mid Whiting Streets.
jms v oc, $1. Meals ,35c.
li; Newly-furnished, up to date
s. E. Hush, Trop. Tel. U0h5.
'1J1 To 1(m. i.ttLiu it eSJlth-KT.
;: KliS'l AL KA .NT.
'..unchetin. il':8u unt!' o'clock.
) ORCHR8THA EVENINGS.
,1' Servlea a la Carta.
ftOUIS METZUEU CATKRINfJ CO.
i;sw Tontine Hotel
'Sr tv. Business Men's Lunch In
tisa KeMch, Soup, Flak, tin tree,
,CU. Vtgotubles Salads . in Season,
i'ert and Tea, ColTeS or Milk.
';rfi's nono better In New Haven
;.d from 12 tii. to 2 p. m.
?i OEO. T. WHITE. Prop.
4 Opposite' Union Depot,
NEW HAVEN, COXX.
nnecticut's Largest Hotel.
Dinner 12-2:15. 50 Cents.
fcKY TOP, Mt. Carmel. ;
I NEW AUTO ROAD.
'Ip nnw aulo road (to Hie left) lias
J macadamized and all steep grades
I -Baled. It Is now an easy ride to
I summit. Nn prettier place Tor ai
. I outing. Fine cuisine and finest of I
products, - i
Idman. Tel. 6273-13.- i
K I aft aV I 1 A
!i,Tew Davenport Hotel
Modified European Plan.
I'fdblnation breakfast 2n-5flc. Busl
I hMon lunch Jn.. I,l,,.. ..i.u.
jl.A la carte service nil clay uiitll 13
t. V MUSIC hv T'frtf WU...Irt...-l.(
Wgs. Your patronage la solicited.
;. (action guaranteed.
i''( Hyperion Stables,
'Opposite Vanderbllt Hall.
li ft, COUPE AND LIVERY SERVICE.
? AUTOMOBILE ATTENTION.
RESULTS. NOT PROMISES
ATTEND THE BEST
Yale Business College
Send (for Catalogue,
lift Church St. Tel. 1737.
EM)tlTIO. OHATOIIY, DRAMATIC
ARTS AMI STAGE DEPORTMENT.
Room 48 Insurance Building,
800 Chapel Street.
Beginners' class. Tuesday ev. Social
asseniblj-. Tlitirsilny eve. Junior assem.
bly, Milurdny eve. Prlvnie lessons bv
appoint meiit. Otllce liours, 7 to U p. ni.
Circular. Tel Dates open for rentals
of Lenox Halls.
W. F. Gillette, Treat.
Thna. Connlff, V. Freat.
O. W. V Gillette. See.-TTeaa.
The Gillette Construction Co
General Contractors and Builders.
tl3 Malley lllrtg., ftOJ Chnpel St.
The right range at the
right price jg what we of
fer you in the Stamford or
Magee. Call and see them.
25 DISCOUNT on
ENTIRE STOCK of
Vp're rutting down nor stork
of these rugs. In 15 different
sizes, from IHxHR-liirli door units
to flxl-foot niK".
CURTAINS "n,r $4.95
Very dainty and soft for bed
rooms. CLUNY LACE CURTAINS
Fine selertlon. Per pair $2.85
ORIENTAL RUGS $15.
A bale of Shlnans, Deglies
tans and Kaaks, worth up to
$25. Your choice this week for
Regular 50e octagon and oval
church hnssoeks for 2l)e each,
IN DRAPERY DEPT.
our stocks are excellent.
Portieres $4.50 to $20.
Something new In Russian
(inu.e. Aery rffociho line of
Nets in while, Arabs and colors.
Opaque Window Shades, 3x
feet. 27c. Rest Sx'-foot Sun fast
Holland Shades, made up on
hot Hartshorn roller, "5c.
25 DISCOUNT on
ENTIRE STOCK of
IteiloHte and pretty bedroom
effects in these duruhle floor
coverings. IMsoount for this
Are nnw at their best.
For fairness of price, brradlh
of selertlon nnd correctness of
Crown and Orange St. Cor.
OPEX SATCRDAV EVEMNGS.
KILLED n SUITOR
Louisiana Leading Families
Represented in Tragedy
on Train Following
WOMAN'S LIFE IS SAVED
Groom's Rival, Sllllntf in Seat Oppo
site Talking Cnnllully, Makes
it Suildpu Revolver
New Orleans, La., Get. M. While on
her bridal trip, which had begun
scarcely an hour before, and seated In
n railroad coach almost between her
husband tuul a former suitor, Mrs.
Fred Van Jngcn Inst nlsht saw the
flash of the suitor's revolver, felt the
convulsive grip of her husband's hand
an the bullet killed him and then
fought for her life. When the slrl ap
peared about to become the victim of
the second bullet from the revolver,
her uncle, a gray-haired man, but
strong and cool under the. excitement,
rushed up and thrust his thumb be
neath the hammer of the revolver,
rendering tho weapon harmless.
This was the story of other passen
gers on the Texas and Pacific "Oannon
Ball" told when they reached this city
to-day, but the principal actors In
the tragedy, moat of whom are con
nected with Louisiana's leading fami
lies, have so far refused to discuss the
The former suitor is F. S. Beamre,
of Plaquemlne, La., where he was ta
ken from the train and placed under
arrest last night. The unfortunate
husband was Prof. Kred Van Ingen, a
prominent teacher of Alexandria, La.,
ami a relative of former Governor
Blanchard. The bride Is the daughter
of James M. Rhoror, on" of the lend
ing officials of Iberville Parish, re
siding at Raton Rouge. Baeuvre la
24 years old and Van Jngcn was 13,
The wedding took place yesterday at
Alexandria. Beauvre was In town,
having arrived there, it is reported, on
the same day aa Miss Rhorer.
When the bridal couple left for New
Orleans, be boarded Hie train, and,
after a time, sat In a sent where lie
was facing Mr. and Mrs. Van Ingen,
with the bride between bliu ami her
husband. Passengers said Beauvro
talked with the brldnl couple Just be
fore the shooting, and Hint his man
ner appeared cordial. The young wom
an's hands were In her husband's when
Benuvre suddenly drew bis revolver
qnd Hied. After help disarmed fleau
vre submitted to arri.st.
j (Continued from First Page.)
j Ing the organ an I ran to give the
j in are positive tnst tne cellar
door arn'ind at th side of the church
1 1 was locked, but, entrance to the scene
of the nr could have been gained
i by mean? of stairs In the front of the
church Anyone could entr and go
: down these stairs without being sen
, by those Inside.
1 Tile dining" done by the Are will
depend on the amount of repair that
Is necessary. The things on the floor,
the pillars supporting the n"t. floor
i and the wooden celling were charred.
The lat may have to be rebuilt,
j The smoke drifted through the floor
; Into the church, filling l so that any
! one who entered was nearly suffo
The hose was dragged through the
' church In fighting Pic tire.
Factions In the church Is th only
theory suggested to explain any pos-
: slide Incendiarism. There have been
other nuisances committed In the
church by unknown pe.iple.
CHAFIN, TOO, A PROPHET
Prohibition President In 11)12 Sure
Hrjnn a Rig Man hi History,
Boston, Oct. 23. After touring south
eastern Massachusetts and Rhode is
land, Kngeno W. t'hafin, prohibition
candidate for the presidency, arrived
here tonight. In an Interview Mr.
"It Is the funniest campaign I've seen
since ISTfi. I am convinced that, there
are enough voters In a doubtful mood
at the prc.-cnt time to give a majority
of the electoral college to either Bry
an or Taft. There are enough doubtful
men In Ohio, Indiana and New York to
swing the electoral vole of those states
to cither candidate,
"There is not the .slightest doubt that.
Ihe prohibition candidate for president,
will be elected In 1!M2. The Issue of the
liquor t rattle has been kept down this
year by two forceful characters, two
of the biggest men we have ever had
In American history, Roosevelt and
Bryan. With Ihe elimination of the
one or the other, the Nsiie of prohi
bition will come to the front."
I SINGERS TARS NOTICE
learn (n nenil nnl Slug nt Sight,
I After years of study and research 1
have completed a method of sight
singing, conceded by the best vocal
teachers and musicians to be tho best,
simplest and most complete method
ever rlavlsed. Anyr. nt whet her talent
ed or not can with this system learn
to sing or play at sight. In the short
est possible time, 1 guarantee satia
fucllon. Correspondence solicited.
0. F. R0BBINS, Principal,
aludlo, 746 C hnpel (.
770 1 nmiiliell are.
; When You Visit Boston
j Check trunks to Back Hay Station,
llcave the train there, and a two-min-
I ute walk brings you to
; Hotel Nottingham
; overlooking beautiful Copley Square.
i Give, cheeks to our Clerk upon regis-
1 tering. and your luggage will be de
I European plan; fireproof; near bus-
, Iness, shopping and amusement dls-
itrlcts; first-class in every respect.
1 FRANCIS HOWE, Mgr.
Just because the skin and
muscle protect the framework
and vital parts of this human
machine Is no reason why folks
who c.oivIm should neglect to
provide against undue changes
Therefore we say, and sny
again, get a Sweater; you know
whether you need It or not.
AYe sell 'em and will sell 'em
to you. They're made of the
finest Lamb's Wool so soft and
warm. Prices suit people.
OPP. THE TOWN PUMP
R80 CHAPEL STRKKT.
Importers and Tailor
990 Chape! St.
New Hsven House.
(Continued from First Page.)
to this law and he would not write on
any names. There was a long and
heated argument over the matter, In
which Attorney Slade and ,Tudg
Mafhewson were called to give their
opinions on the law, Attorney Blade
h'dd that th law required that a man
put In his application to be made a
voter and If he made affidavit to that
effect It as all that was required and
the registrars could not deprive him of
his right to be made. Judge .viathew
son, however, dclared that the law
absolutely forbade the writing on of a
name despite the fact that It might, be
a purely typographical mistake and
that there was no provision made for
the correction of such an error.
Town Chairman I.loughan then asked
If the deputy registrars could not be
held responsible In court In case a man
of th opposite political faith was
omitted from the list and he was found
with the application upon his person.
The Judge said he believed he could be
If It was Intentional or malicious The
appllcntlon In this case was on the
person of a republican Deputy Regis
trar Well, who declared that the mat
ter was a purely typographical mis
take nnd that he believe the man was
entitled to vote and was willing to sign
a statement to that effect. He further
stated lhat he had placed the name on
the list, all right before the expiration
of the time allotted and that, the
printer had 1-ft it off. This altered the
face of the situation somewhat and it
was finally agreed to allow the man to
be made, although Ueneral Registrar
KnolhiKyer refused to write on the
name the deputies taking the responsi
bilities, fiunleavy was mad.
There were about twenty-five persons
during the session who could not get
their names written on the list, al
though It appeared thht errors had
prevented their names from appealtig
as eligible. To write none on was the
policy adhered to this year.
Thomas Wright, a student of ;fl
Knrnam hall, appeared before the
board for the fourth time last night
and was again refuser) admission. Re
was examined Wednesday with Ihe
other students, presented some ad
ditional facts Thursday after beljig re
jecter) and was told lie could come and
be examined by the board without any
recommendation from Ihe examining
board. He did so nnd was rejected bill
appeared for the fourth time Inst night
only to be turned down again.
"S R" 0 " F0R SHERMAN
Packed Theater at Oswego Oreels
Hughes' Name Willi t'heers.
Oswego, X. Y Oct. In a north
Hard trip through Ave counties to
day, James S. Sherman, republican
viee-pfi-icntlal nominee, made eight,
speeches, closing here to-nlKht With
a meeting In Richardson's theater,
where he and job Hedges addressed j ills, Inflammation, I'lcc ration, and
a "staniiing-room only- audience, i consequent Spinal Weakness.
Preceding the meeting a big parado of j
marching dubs, drum corps and bands ! It has relieved more easeH of Back
took place, ueneral campaign Issues , ache and Local Weaknesses than
were discussed by the speakers, who : any other one remedy. It dissolves
paid glowing tributes to oovernnr and expels tumortt in an early stage
Hughes, urging his re-election. Every 1 of development,
mention of the governor's name was I . .
greeted with tremendous cheering by j Irregularities and periodic pains,
the audience. ' i W eakiiess of t he Stomach, Indiges-
! tion, Bloatinjr, Nervous Prostration,
LE GALLIENNE.VERY ILL "SdS'i?X"!Jr,5"'?;S'J,
' ' -&SAi&?tfS$Z
.noma and .laumiiee. ; gtanees it acts in harmony with the
New York, oct. 23, Richard r.e female system.
oalllelllic, tim Journalist, and author.
j It was learned to-night, Is seriously 111
i in u private sanitarium here, suffer
ing from double pneumonia ami jaun
dice. Ills condition was said to-night
by his ph.vjlelans to be critical.
Mr. Ee (iallleiine, It U understood.
had been on a long walking trip. Me These are indications of Feminine
returned to the city on Monday feel- disorders, which this medicine over
ing ill and upon consulting a physic-, comes as well as slight derangement
lau was advised to remove from his of the Kidneys of either sex.
hotel apartments to a sanitarium and , ' . ,
has since been under treatment at' v omen who are sick and want to
the institution. To-day he appeared got well should refuse to acceptany
slightly better but wa3 BUii far from l substitute for Lydia E. Puikham's
being out of danger. ' Vegetable Compound.
(Continued From First Phrc.)
blocks on the street was a three foot
I'tic and that this would be but. mak
io:; the; line uniform, t was granted.
Uo'i ctor Foley asked permission to
Iraki the contract for a new elevator
for City hall without advertising for
bids, in- representing that the beat re
sults would not be obtained if bids
were advertised for, The, board de
clined to grunt the permission.
Mayor .Martin returned the order
passed for the purchase of the mead
ows along West river for a park with
1 his veto, lie stated as his reason that
j there was no appropriation for such
la purchase and that therefore It was
! contrary to the. charter to pass an or
! dor for the purchase. He slated, how
I ever, that the request that the board
of finance provide an appropriation
was all right and the order as amend
ed was iassei.1.
At the conclusion of the business
sf-fsion the hoard presented to Alder
man Frank Kciiiia a handsome Mor
ru chair as a wedding present. The
pusentatlon on behalf of the hoard
was made by Alderman Jaoobs. Mr.
Kenna responded feelingly and ex
pressed his thanks for the kind re
membrance of his fellow members.
MANY ARE CALLED
BUT' FEW CHOSEN
(Continued from First Page.)
"Was there any reason why he did not
think he was qualified to try the case?"
replied, "Yes. I don't want to," He
Another had talked the case over In
the Jury room and so the state dismiss
One elderly Juror made a determined
attempt to sit In the witness chair but
was finally put Into the Jury-box to
the amusement of the court.
Two good answers returned to ques
tions were, "Law Is made for the pro
tection of society and I feel It the duty
of Juries to sustain the law," and, "I
am heartily opposed tocapltal punish
ment as I don't think one nian can
take another man's life even for the
sake of Justice."
Many were dismissed because they
had formerly served In murder trials
and many others for no apparent rea
son. It. was amusing to watch the alacrity
with which eome of the men left the
Jury box when dismissed and the crest
fallen look on the faces of others. All
seemed pleased with the termination of
their questioning when they were tak
en before the clerk to receive their
compensation for coming.
The trial will continue on Tuesday
morning after the other three Jurors
have been discovered.
RTSROP POTTER'S WITT.
New York. Oct. 2.1. The will of the
late Right Rev. Henry C. Potter,
Protestant Episcopal bishop of New
York, which was filed In the office of
(he surrogate here to-day, leaves all
his property to his five children. The
estate Is to be divided equally among
them. There were no public bequests.
The value of the estate was not given,
LYDIA E. P1NKHAM
No other medicinft for Woman's
ills in the world has rpcoived such
wide-spread and unqualified en
dorsement as has Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from native roots and herbs.
No other medicine has sneh a
record of ftueeess for woman's dis
eases, or such hosts of grateful
friends as lias Lydia E. IMnkham's
For more than .10 years it, has been
the standard remedy for feminine
I It removes that wearing feeling,
, extreme lassitude, " don't care "and
" want, -1 o be - left - alone " feeling,
dizziness, faintness, sleeplessness
flatulency, ineliineholyorthe "blues."
Fall's Fetching C
;in beautiful as well as useful pieces of fine china and rich cut
: glass, You will And an excellent variety in wedding presents,
birthday remembrances, anniversary gifts, etc. Glad to' show
A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St.
i tinccessor to John Bright A Co.
Friend E. Brooks, Furrier.
Friend E. Krooks, formerly of Rrooks-Collius Co., Is
located lit 710 ( Impel slrect, upstairs, where ho Is
showing a fine line of ladles' noeUweur, itinlTsi, fur and
fur-llncd coats, uml doing fur work at very reason
(Only "Brooks" in the city actively engaged in fur business.)
. F. Gilbert & Co.
65 Church St.
II Ve Make Draperies.
Our treatments are
period treatments and artistic color schemes
planned for our customers without extra charge
II We Import Lace
We give buyers the benefit of the savings that we
effect thereby. An inspection of our stock will
show you our standing as distributors of fine lace
curtains and heavy draperies.
li We Sell Rugs
We carry all sizes and patterns in stock. Our
store is the store to bear in mind when you want
to buy. You'll find our rugs are priced for rapid
Foot of Center Pt.
Persons desiring Gas service this year from
the street main into buildings are requested to
order same not later than November 1st.
Quick - Clean
The New Haven Gas Light Company
SALESROOM-93 CROWN ST.
Open Saturday Evenings.
than the general run, its something better.
Roger's Stove Pipe Enamel
will stand exposure to heat and steam. Free
from any offensive odor and dries with a fine
lustre. Try it.
Thompson & Belden
Reliable Paint Dealers, .. ,
398 State St. Tel. 2140. 106 Court St
I I" i77!
1 H.l .1 , -oil in. -I
r.'si.'i, i 1 1 li, ... - '
' yvKtwrlAH' PERHARS'tNTTnlNG' Elbe'
MNY'CAr4BUY- " "
PRODUCES Few Ashes
PRODUCES Results ,
Opp. P. 0.
skillful decorative effects
' Open Saturday Evenings.
148 SYLVAN AVE.
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