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THE MORNING JOURNAL -COURIER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1908.
f444-K'4M Tnowlny. hsssssssssssssm V'.tK-800-tiOa ClIAl'ICL STKHET. III 10 Discount on Furs 3E ! To Induce immediate sales we nro making a ten per cent, clls t. count on nil furs bought before Thanksgiving. Furs selected now 4 . will be laid aside and reserved upon payment of a small deposit. JJS. Male C. Richmond, 4: A:- - : f B. 6 J. Lace in Front Corsets TOW NVBIBtrR0NTLAC3NQ '''hone 4151-2. HUESTON VICTORIOUS Defeats I)e Oro in First of Pool Cham pionship Series. Bt, Louis, Xov. 17. Thomas Hueston, of St. Louis, to-night won tho first, of tho tlireu block series for tho world's continuous pool championship, lcfcat Ins Alfredo T! Oro of Cuba by 201 to 107. Do Oro, tho title holder, was In cplencllii cnnflltlon, and In the first hour of play took tho load over Hueston. Kue.iton, however. Improved end went abend If his rival. Bnthplnyers for feits Intentionally In onler to avoid brecklnp the Mock, and near the close of the nlKht'n eontest Po Oro made an Innovation, pi far ns the followers of the game here are concerned, h rent ing his llnfers en the brldKP. Tho championships Is to bo determiner! In a 1100 point match, and tho second blneU wll be played to-morrow night. s STEAM' HEATING. We arc equipped to install Steam, Hot Water or Hot Air HEATERS For Stores, Offices or Dwellings, with full guarantees. BEFORE DF.CIIMVG CAM, THE CAE & COLEMAN CO,, 970 Chapel St. Thanksgivings We taik QUALITY CHEERFULLY FAIR PRICES ECONOMY CONFIDENTLY Pine, artistic 'Dining Furniture in rich mahogany, dull oak, Early English, golden and weathered oak. Jim -TX.;JV!Tinj RlCr--... .-.WiWiJ1IiP' " """"""""lil', '81 mm CARPETS Best Wiltons and and two-toned carpets that THE -l J CHAHBE Crown and Orange St. "Corner." 11 ftl !M. AC! : coons. fal.VMl OUI AMi M.YUEE RANGES. Xov. 17, 'OR. I DIRECTOIRE COATS The accompanying cut was sketched from one of our long, dressy Dlrcetolro cxmin of black liroiuUiotli. They nro licnutlful garments, trimmed with bunds of satin or braid and lined throughout with satin. Exceptional values at $17. SO, OTIIEK MODELS We have other models hi half-fitted Scotch mixtures, Homo with Napoleon collars, others with coat or mandarin sleeves. The little touches of tailor's art on the collar, Mceves and pockets sny "tailor-made" ns far ns you can sco them. $15.00, $20.00, $25.00. Prcst. T 1111.... T ...it r Has been designed especially to producft on all types of llgures the effect of flexibility, together With the ta pering waist, sloping hips nnrt natural shaped bust- The laees rim freely over hearings, and tho corset fits and feels HKo a silk glove. There are models to suit every typo of figure $l.00-$S.00. Also La GrecqiiQ and C. H. a la Pplrlte Corsets. Corsets Cleaned and Repaired. 7."c up. I k I Corsel-Unflerwear Ct, lac. 050 CHAM-X STREW. Rooms 200-210. Take Elevator. jGOLD STANDARD ADOPTED China Makes Ku-V'Tng Tael, 70 Cent" Value, Xcw Money Vnlt. I'ekhi, Tuesday, Oct. 13.Tlio appeal by tlie grand enuii'il to tho viceroys and governors for advice on th sub ject, (pf a standard monetary unit nn I coin for t hi) empire has resulted in the adoption by edict of tho Ku-P'lng tael, value "n cents Rold, as the stand ard money unit find a coin of tho valuo of a half tael to bo tho coin of gen eral circulation. The edict goes over tho (llill'Milties of changing the money of China from a spstem of weight to a coin system, the former helng rolled on by ollicl ils and hankers to enable them to squeeze from icommeri a large part of their revenues. YESTERDAY'S 1-1 RE RECORI. K:l"i p. m. Still, company 1, clothes closet fire at 21 White, street. Alexan der Mlchelson, occupant; damage about ? 1 00. AXD KEE OtTt EXHIBITION-. A complete range for our cus tomers to soleet fromlargo n enough to Judge from, cNteii- Mvo, enough to suit nil tastes sufllclently varied In price and design to fill every need, to pleusc every funey. Body Brussels, plain plush are now much in favor. CO. Open baU Even. NEWS OF THE STATEIPLAN TO REVISE Wayward Girls Caught After Escaping from Middletown Industrial School. SEYMOUR PASTOR CALLED Hartford YeR'snien Captured Eight Over Money Stratford Neigh bors in a Quarrel. lAnsoulu, Xov, 16. Ada Stone, agoci 20 and Florence Super, aged 10, weVo cap tured In tliLs eity early this morning and returned to Uiu Industrial School for Glrla at Middletown, from which they escaped laHt Tuesday. The Stone girl who was commuted to the Institu tion from Ansoula four years ago, is said to have escaped five times and was always captured. Her companion, Florence Super Is said to be from Nor wich. The girls Paid they visited New Haven, Bridgeport and other places idnoo their escapo and reaching Anso ula last night were traced to a hotel by the police and taken In charge. Seymour Vastor Called. Bridgeport, Nov. 1(1. The Rev. line Laren Richardson of Syracuse, N. Y., has accepted a call to the vacant pas torate of this First rresbyterlan church of thlfl city. Mr. Richardson Is In tho thirties, married and has two children. It Is expected that he will lnfuso new life Into tho church which has had no regular pastor for a year or more, be ing content with the ablo Rev. Georgo F. Pentecost of international reputa tion. It Is ono of the finest edifices In this elty, with Manso attached and has among Its parishioners some of tho most Influential residents of the city. If art ford YecRinen Held. Hartford, Nov. 16. Jame.s Howard and James F. Blako, under arrest hero on suspicion of being "yeggmen" were worn before the police court today and their eases were continued for a week. The charges against this pair are tech nical, the aim of the police being to trace their records thoroughly before formally nrralgnlng them. The pair wore .selling postage .stamps around town and the police are working on the theory that they may be burglars. One of the men carried a loaded re. volver and other articles on his person Influenced an Investigation. Howard claims to bo ft native of New Britain but tho police think ho Is Con.ithy, who with a companion named Ritchie shot Policeman Cooto In Springfield a num ber of years ago and was .sentenced to Charleston prison for IS years. Howard has also gone under the name of Mal lory and his companion has several alla.es. right Over Money. South Norwalk. Nov. lfi. Andrew Lacrolx. an Fast Norwalk young man, was seriously stabbed by Tony 1'er nlno, a South Norwalk Italian, during tho progress of a ernp game lnst even ing. Tho tw.o members of a party of Roveral persons engaged In the pas time, and ft dispute arose over the winner of tho money. As I.aerolx stooped over to pick forty-five cents from tho floor Fernlno whipped out a stiletto and thrust It Into I.acrolx'H neck. On of the arteries was sever ed and tho wound bled profusely, the young man losing so much blond that for a time bis life was despaired of. Ho appeared to be doing well to-day. All tho members of the party fled after tho stabbing, and I'ernlno In still nt largo. l ight Over Money. Bridgeport, Nov. l'V William It. Wilder, a member of the law tirm of Wilder, Kwen ft I'ntterson, of New York city, who has a handsome sum mer home In the Oronoque district of Stratford, to-day InMitutod suit for Jo.OOO damages against Mrs. Kllza Hill, a neighbor In Stratford, alleging malicious arrest. Mrs Hill recently caused bis arrest on a charge which was disproved, and bo was acquitted. Mr. Wilder Is a graduate of Princeton and Columbia universities and a prominent clubman 1n New York. Coroner Holds )'.rcbe. Middletown, Nov. 1 15. Coroner S. R Pa vis concluded to-day his lnvesli gation into the rear-end collision be tween a work train and a freight, at Peep Wvor on the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad last week, whjch resulted in the loss of four lives. As a result ho holds Carl JVArehe of Hartford, rear brakenian on the freight train, under bonds of fl.ana to answer In the superior court to the charge of manslaughter. Hen ry Sbephard of New Haven, engineer of tho work train, and Alfred 1,. Mit chell of Hartford, conductor of die freight, are exonerated. Physician Props Pond. Stamford, Nov. Hi. Dr. Walter M. Jackson, about fi fly-six years old, dropped dead near the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad sta tion Into, last night. He was the son of Charles If. Jackson, for several terms governor of Hhodo island. Pr. Jackson was graduated from Harvard, and practised medicine In Providence, It. 1., for sooral years. He enmo to this clly about seventeen years ago and devobvl himself largely to electrical experiments In his labora tory, and had taken out a. number of patents. Ho had intended to move to-day from this city to Mount Ver non, N. Y. He leaves a widow and one son. liar Committee Meels. Bridgeport, Nov. 1fi. A meeting of tho grievance committee of tho Fair field County liar association .was held in this city to-day. No Intimation has boon given out here as to the na ture of the business under considera tion at the session. Every Day In the Mouths of tT-a 1 Hrain Workers Know the Value. "Thprp'p, n. Reason." AUTOMOBILE LAW (Continued from First Page.) the passage, of the act, the two past years during which the act has been In force have brought me to believe that the removal of the limit was a good thing, slnco people might take It. upon themselves to run machines at the rate of speed allowable in law In a district whole this would be a menaco. "One. thing which tho next legisla ture should change Is the price paid for licenses to run machines. The present price, two dollars, Is ridiculously low," Chief Cowles of the. police department haH ordered tho officers to exercise greater euro In watching the machines than they have In the past and for tho present at least a careful watch will be kept on automobiles. The majority of tho owners of ma chines in tho city aro as much con cerned as any other class of people over tho recent accidents and almost with one accord nro. willing to do any thing which will better existing con ditions. Thomas . Dennett, president of tho New Haven Automobile club, last night In speaking of the matter expressed his great regret at the r.cent fatalities, but did not see how tho present law could bo changed for tho better In tho matter of speed. At present If a machine Is going as slow us two miles an hour, if the con ditions warrant It tho driver can be ar rested for recklessness. With an ar bitrary speed limit this would bo Im possible. Under tho present statute a elty can not establish a speed limit such as eight mil s an hour and tho only pro tection rests with the judges of what reckless driving consists. Such public sentiment has been aroused, however, that with tho Incoming legislature a movement probably will bo made toward tho repeal of the special law, at least so far as to give tho people local option ns to high speed. Cor poration Counsel 13. H. lingers ."aid last night that with the present excite ment here ho believed that the move ment for tho repeal would emanate from here. The present statute reads: "No person shall operate a motor vehicle on the public highways of this state recklessly or at a rate of spied greater than is reasonable and proper, having regard to the width, tratllc and use of the hlghwny or so as to endan ger property or tho life or limb of any person. )f the rnto of speed of mo tor vehlclo operated on the public highways of this state exceeds twenty 11 vo miles ah hour for the distance of one-eighth of a mile, such rate of speed shall be prima facie evidence that the person operating such motor vehlclo la operating the same nt a rate of speed greater than Is rensonablo and proper and in violation of tho provisions of this section." In regard to the rights of rltleg and towns to make their own speed laws the act says: "No city, town or borough shall have power to make any ordinance, by law, or resolution respecting the speed of motor vehicles and no ordinance, by law or resolution heretofore or hereafter made by any city, town or borough In respect to motor vehicles shall have any force or effect; provided, however, that powers given to any town, city or borough to regulate shows, processions, assemblages, or parades In streets and public places and to regulate the use of public, parks, and all ordinances by laws and regulations which may have len or which may bo enacted In pur suance of sabl powers shall remain In full force and effect." Tho statute Is spei'llle concerning the manner in which an nutomoblllst shall approach n person or horse on the highway, and reads as follows: 1'pon approaching any person walk ing in the travelled portion of any pub lic highway - and also In passing such person, the person operating a motor vehicle shall have the same under con trol and shall reduce Its speed. If a horse or other draft nnlmnl beln,g led, driven or rldd 'n shall appear to be frightened, or If the person In charge thereof shall signal so to dothe person operating such motor shall bring the same Immediately to a stop. I'pon ap proaching n brldu'e, sharp turn, curve or steep desc nt he shall give a timely signal with his bell, horn or other de vise for signalling. SHOOTING IN WOODS (('onllnued from First Pago.) Pr. Stetson anil had the wound In his arm dnisod and tao bullet extracted, l.awb'r arrested Vollmer at his homo on Heed street, where he went after having his wound attended to. hater In the evening Coroner Mix came to police hoadqnallers and saw Vollmer. He secured the deputy's story or the case. The coroner refus ed lo make any statement on the case. Prosecuting Attorney Charles Clarke of Hamden asked that Vollnn-r be hehl for Hamden and he was pin 1 under arrest for Hamden on a charge of assault wllh Intent to kill. He was held without bail and In order to pro vide for the Injured man's comfort a temporary cot. was erected at police headquarters for the night. Mr. Clarke announced that he would not be nendy to do anything an tho cose until tills afternoon, llefore Vollmer retired last night Pr. Spier carefully dressed Yollmor's wound again so as to have the band In tho best possible condition. No artery had been cut. and the wound is not consid ered a. dangerous one, although quite painful. (lame Warden John M. t'rainplon and Deputy (lame Warden David II. Clark came down to pollen headquarters lo see Vnllnirr last night and stayed sev eral hours with lilni. Warden Cramp Ion said that tTicy have been having a great deal of trouble with people hunt ing without a license. If It had not been for the man hunting without a II rerisi , he declared, the trouble would' never have happened. Hu said thai Vollmer is one of the best deputies bo has, und that from what lie hoard of the case he Is convinced that. Vollmer Is In the. right, Hiid will stand by lilni lo the end. lie said he did pot wish to ! make any statement mi the case lard night beyond that Vollmer was a, good man, ami that lie felt sure ho wan In the right In this ease. Ilesldes the arrest of Vollmer Detect he Lawlnr broiiybl 'down to the pollen slat Ion a rlllle, a double liarrelb'd shot 1 gun and the revolver which llirured In ! the ease. The Sliotjfini, which belonged I ty the Italian, was empty, uiij tliuru AT THE DRUG COUNTER: Qulnlno Pills, 2 gr 100s 18o Soldi Itss Towders, full weight box, lOo Khlnltls Tablets, 100s 25o Casca.ro, Sagrada Tablets, D 100s 25u At the Toilet Goods Counter: Peroxldo Cream, jar 25c Feroxido Soap, cake 25c Cold Cream, lb can.,... 50c Cold Cream, 1-2-lb can..' 30c AT THE CANDY COUNTER: Russell's Old-Fashloned Choc olates, lb 20c Russell's Assorted Wrapped Caramels, lb 40c AT THE CIGAR COUNTER: 1810 Perfectos, lOo value, 5c Gillespie's Drug Store Plume 003-4. lit CHAPEL STREET. (iooiU Delivered. wore shots tired from tha revolver. All are held for exhibits. The only thing Vollmer had In tho sliapu of a police record Is an arrest on a charge of breach of tho peace, which, by a very strango coincidence, occurred exactly ton years ago to tho day, tho date of tho former arrest having been November IS, 1898. Voll mer will probably bo held here until this afternoon. TO CLOSE CHAPEL ST. (Continued from First Pago.) tire idea Is new but It Is believed it will work out for tho best. In order that tralflc may not bo badly hampered allowances will bo made for necessary business teams w hich wish to deliver or take on goods Inside tho territory blocked out. Po licemen will bo on hand to take caro of tho street and see that the block ade Is thoroughly carried out and placards will also bo put up to show that the street Is closed to tratllc. 1'nder these regulations nutos and teams proceeding to the Held will pass up Temple street to Kim and follow out Kim to Norton, thorn turning Into Chapel In accordance with former years and so proceeding to the Held. From the New Haven house they will go up CoIIoro to Kim nnd so on as described above. Tho trolley company has made elab orate plans for tho day. On tho Yale tbld run there will bo 15n, of which 130 will bo open cars, and tho rest closed. Of the extra enrs, 7) will run from Fair Haven, nnd sixty from West Ha ven. They will start out from tho barns nt Fair linen about 10 o'clock In tho morning and will conic up State street and down State street to the railroad station. Cars from West Ha ven will come direct to the rallrond station from the barns, and they will nil come up Meadow to Church to Chap el, nnd out to Norton street and Derby avenue to tho Held. Coming In the route will bo (Seorge street to College and around Chapel to tho Held. Curs wll run on a headway of about fifteen seconds to tho Hold. Hosldes all these cars there will bo six double truck cars encb from Derby and Watcrbury to the Held and eight from ltridgeport. To prepare against accidents to w l'l s and cars blocking tho service, tho company will station emergency m on nt Vorlc and Chapel streets, Norton Ftreet end Chapel street nt tho Held. They will ho In direct communication with the barns and with i ho emergency station ami will bo equipped to handle anything; that nuiy happen. THE SLEEPING SICKNESS WHICH MEANS DEATH How many renders have heard of this terrible disease? It prevails In that far-away country Africa espe cially the Congo district. It Is caused by the bite of the tsetse fly. When It bites a person, the sleeping symptoms begin and dually tho sufferer sleeps until death occurs. Contrast this with the peaceful, balmy sleep of health. Is there any thing more wearing than to Ho nwako nt night, tossing about, nervous, with cold feet, hot bead and mercy knows what else? Short of letting the tsetse tly bill" us we would do almost any thing for relief. How can we pre vent It? Mr. (ieorgo Hayes, of I'nlon City. Pa., writes; "I bad lost my appetite, was all run-down, could not sleep nights. I had tried every thing without relief. Vlnol was rec ommended, and to my surprise. It helped me at once; gave mo a splen did appetite, nnd now 1 sleep sound ly," ' What Vlnol did for Mr. Hayes, It will do for every run-down, nervous h ml overworked person who cannot Sleep. INOIi Is sold In New Haven nt. Hull's Corner Prtnr Stores, corner Stale and ('Impel streets, corner How ard and Congress avenues. High We Photopliic Portraits New Studio, Conveniently Arranged, Reasonable Prices. Tel. lM7-i. 1 101 CHAPEL STREET. llctwccn York and IIIkIi Street. Developing and Printing Wo use, tho Kodak Tank System of dnvclnpmcnt (or both plates and (limn, which, produces a higher porcentRKo ot tood negatives than any other method. Failures In development do not occur Boeauso a Iroan solnllun of tested tem perature and strength Is used for each roll or II I 111 or set of plates, Wo use "Volox" lo mako tho prints nnd wo chooso tho grade nnd vurfaco of naner which Is best suited to thn neRative, ii youi neuriuives are not! snniuaeinry we are only too glad to assist you In making correct expos ures. City Hall Pharmacy Co. NKXT TO CITY HALt KXPKKIKNCK. l'.U IMTIKK, ACCl'HACY, ev.prcss 1 1 in secret of my success In prescribing and making Eyeglasses ami Spectacles. C. M. PARKER OPTICIKT. 610-A Chapel SI, Kiitruiice SlOIi. Good Shoes, Shoes- that hold their shape because of good workmanship and good ms terial; and the prices for Women's Good Shoes are $3.0(1 $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $5.50 and $6.00. And just as good Stockings 3 pairs of 38-cent kind for $1.00. ONLY GOOD SHOES m IE 842 and 846 New The Yale-Harvard Game Will be much more enjoy able if you take a Thermos Bottle with you. They are light and easy to carry. I Don't forget our complete I line of POCKET FLASKS. E. L. Washburn s Co. 61 Center St. Telephone. t . ,H..I..H-t One Week Sale. All 8 to 14 roll lots of Wall Papers, four to eight dollar val lies, at $1.00 and $1.50 tho bundle. We need the room. Merrells, Cross 6 Beardsley, CONTRACTING 'Phone 839. t m-'''i X l Modern Decor Colls for original and Individual trentniMit. Don't t witlsilcd with the roiiiiitnnpliire, when you ran lmvc your deconuine done in a minuter cxiu'chhIvc of your own Idem -lccorailn different from your iw.-l&'hbora, unique and ortlsllc, and at iiraciicully the eaiuo cost. We'd bo pleased tu have you consult us. MONROE BROS., 353 Crown Si. t, .,. , SKj)lione 2701. U,MMWWWW V MM&i Ton J KEY FITTING, tUIX AND I.OCKSMITIUNO. Sportsmen's Supply On., Di) Church St, Base in cut. E. H. BASSETT, Mgr. The, Only Shuoihij; Clullcry lu tho City. wear well, fit well and look wel for 25, 38 and 50 cents, arr AtlD STOCKINGS Chapel Street: 84 Church St. W4, . DECORATORS, 90-92 Orange Street. jrt' 11,3 Nonpareil Laundry Uncorporated. HICH-CLASS WOR.I Wo do the work (or the liiin iica aim iuui 271 BSatcfcley ku Ne Him Co.; Urn . im lipi atmg