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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1908.
MF.IOS CO. MEICJS & CO. ral Ylsll, Now Haven's IjtirRcst, Lightest and Handsomest Slope. Overcoats $10 to $50. Your overcoat will be a big factor in your appearance the next few months. You ought to get one that fits and hangs as though it belonged to YOU. Nothing easier to do, for every one of our splendid overcoats, from $10 to $50, will give you that kind of a fit. Our coats have broad, shapely shoulders, hand-worked col lars and lapels, gently sloping waist lines, gracefully, draped skirts and no pulling or wrinkling. A vast range of the new weaves and colors, and the staple grays, Oxford and black, in all sizes for men and young men. Fur and fur-lined coats are ready when you say you're ready. Boys' overcoats and reefers in all the new shades and styles $2.50 to $15. A great line of boys' sweaters. WRIGHT ASKS FOR FREE SUGAR ENTRY Secretary of War Appeals to Committee to Cease Long Discrimination Against Philippines. TRUST CALLED 'DAMNABLE' Louisiana Colonel Scores ll Methods Cuban Representative Threat ens Revolution 1'nless Re duction Is (runted. H. Balrfl, representing thi bept (sugar matmfnr Hirers of thp tvst, n!kM thai the present tariff he maintained, or lf changed, that It be Increased, rlalinina ' that the niarnln of profit on heel nwgnr was loo small to permit of uny coin- petition with thi' foreign refiners, j F. H. Hathaway, representing the j Michigan guitar company i'hstrfd thai j U. V, Atkins, who will app ar to-innr- j row represent ins llie Cuban nurhi'I growers, "not only prophesies, but I threaten, a revolution In Cuba whk'h I j would result In the p.nncxatlon of Cuba I and ultlnmte free trade, If the request I j for reduction Is not sranlrd," I j The heurltiR will he continued o- ! i morrow, when the "Independents" vr.' j expected to argue for a reduction In the tariff mi raw suxar. I INCORPORATED THE BIG STOWfc (10 STEPS FROM CHAPJX STRFFT. , 01 TO 05 CHURCH STRFFT. 1 Tim m-r" HYPERION THEATER MONDAY AND Tt'ESI) A V EVBNTNOS, November Hi and IT. thk iif.x juei:t im.ayf.hs of 1ondon Peronl Direction of Mr. Bra (ircot mil the RL'SSIAN SYMPHONY ORCHF-STRA IttSMAN SYMPIIOXY nni'HEMTRA of New York. MOOTKSTK AliTSCIiri.KR. Conductor, Will Present Shakespeare's " Ml Its I MMEH MlillTS DIIKAM" With Memlelnftnlin'B Music, First Presentation of Play and Music In America. Join llnner lij Mr, I, mi W nil Moore, The Famous Iiiiikciikp. By special arrangements with Mr. Greet for performance on Tuesday evening piplls of public schools will Ve given rebate of Ra cents on all $2. $1.5 t and 11 seats, liebnte checks may be obtained at school otfiecs. sei, f2, mi.r.o, l, T.-.c. and .loo. HYPERION THEATER WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 18. Charles Erohman Presents KHWK f A N IFXS In the Dutch Musical Incident, "HOOK OF HOI. I, AM)." Chatter by Paul A. Rithens and Austen Ilurgon. JlnKles and Tunes by Paul A. Rubens. Prices rtc. to II. 5. Sent sale Mon day. Carriages at 11. CASABLANCA RF.PORT. HYPERION THEATER. Kill DA Y AND SATI RDAY, November 2a and 21. Bam S. and l.fe shubert Unci and t,it Klelds Present i.kw i'n;i.ns In "The filrl nrhlml llic Counter." With Original Broadway Cast Including I'OWIB KIMS Prices: Friday, 50c. to $2. Satur day, $1 to 13.110. Seat, sale Wednesday. Carriages, n. Mall orders nccompanled by remittance now belnsr filled. GRAND OPERA HOUSE OXK MfillT ONLY. THVRSDAY, NOV EM RICH in. All-Star Yiddish Company Present Inic "THK KAI.I, OK JKHt'ffAI.KM." Seats Now Selllnc. FRIDAY. SATT'R DAYSAT. MAT. The Merriest Girlies of All Will He Here With ; THE CITY SPORTS COMPANY. Oflii'liil Details of Conlroverw Between lYnnce anil (icrmony Published. Paris, Nov. 16. The report of M. Donle. the French police commissioner at Casablanca, on the difficulty be tween French and (Jennan local au thorities, over the desertion from the forolftn legion of the French army of n number of allowed German subjects, has been published. This Incident has been referred to the. Hague tribunal for settlement, but before It was thus disposed of It threatened to cause very serious complication!! between France and Germany. The report of M. Ftorde Is ?ald to have Induced Germany to withdraw from the position she adopted hi the boRlnnltiK of the controversy, 'it con sists of two parts. The first proves the establishment In February of 1908, by n , 'German named Stevers, or a regular I d sertlon agency at Casablanca. The second part sets forth that six riesert I ers from the foreign leulon who had I l..l,n ,.,.r,,..., I n flrm., I, In Casablanca were Interrogated by M. Luderltz, the German consul, who fur nished them with disguises and pass ports to nld them In getting away. These six men were conducted, when they made their attempt to escape, to the shore of the bay by M. Just, the chancellor of the German consulate, and the consular dragoman. As they were on the point of embarking in a small boat some French sailors recog nized the men as deserters and started to make trouble. In the confusion that followed thp rowhoat was turned over, and when the men had been hauled ashore there was a lively mix-up. M. Just tried to prevent the arrest of the deserters by flourishing their passport!-. In the faces of the sailors, but the lat ter paid no attention to Mm He then flew Into a rage and threatened and struck a French ensign He finally cooled clown, however, wlum the o'Hcer drew a revolver. iM. .lust was not struck once during the scrimmage . "THK KOCH F.XJI.ISII TKRHOHS." Seats Selling. POLI'S NEW THEATER AM. WEEK OF NOVEMBER Hi. Dull v Matinee. CHAMPION COMICIHHNNK CONTEST. America's Queen of Vaudeville and England's Popular Favorite. HtKK LUCY IIHVKI.IX WKSTO.v ASSISTED BY BERT GUMENE : Also : 10 (ienruln nniiers Plantation Pas times. 11 Ynlilnrr Troupe Pony Cyclists, n olim The Musical Experts. i'lirolilc A Miilvev Theatrical Agency. Mr. anil Mm. DnrrnwK Smoke Pictures. ElpelroBriiph -ir!iiilii'x Pills IVeii- llnr t'eoplp. ' Final Itesull of otlnu Contest iu lie Annimnei il Mltiinlii.v MkIiI. Song Recital HECITAIi AT EAST PEARL STREET M. E. CIH'Ht Ml, M'iliieiliiv KveiiltiK. v. IN, IWIN, MRS. III: llllll,i; KKI,I,KA. AdiMlsslon. inc.; Reserved Seats, 50c, Seats on Sale at Crawford & Co. Washington, Nov. 1K. The allega tion that the so-culled "sugar trust" controls the price paid to the grown' and the price charge! to the consumer of sugar; that the secretary of war put himself on record as a champion of free entry for Philippine sugar, and that generally all of the trust pe.iple were In favor of "standing pat" were the features of to-day's hearing on the proposed revision of the tariff. Secretary of War I juke H. WrlRht and General Clarence Edwards, chief of the Insular bureau, were pre.sen:. It was shortly after ho afternoon ses sion was begun that Chairman I'ayne asked Secretary Wright if he cared '.o make any remarks, "1 just heard that toe c immlttee was hearing arguments on the tariff on sugar and tobacco, whlcii affects the Philippines," said the former gov ernor of the Islands. "We are now having an Investigation made In the Philippines regarding the cost of pro duction In the Wands and other mat ters relating to, the quest I hi. From what I have u.t heard t:ie principal objection by (he beet augar grower to the admission free of i 1 1 1 of Phil ippine sugar lies In the danger tint their markets will be Inundated by th Philippine article. "It Is not possible the Philippine Is lands could supply the actual Increase In demand for sugar year by year. In the United States. In t.'iat case then Is no reason why the Philippine Is lands should affect the market until the beet Bnd enne sugar produced within the tariff wall Increases 1,800. 000 tons. Before the beet sugar In dustry Is in the slightest danger It must Increase from 4 40.000 t ins an nually to L', 100,000 tons, and from an- OTIIFR PAPKR MFN KTKIKF. Dismissal of Tu Colon Ofliclitl Re vive Arbitrator Dllllenlly. 1'iumford, .Me., Nov. 18.-Although th" employes of the mill had voted to ac cept the change from a system of tl'.re? tours of eight house each to a single tour of ten hours' duration, with per cent, Increase In wai;es, when lliey found lo-ijay that two olllclals of lit.' unlu were Included In the Ksi of thosn who would be laid off by the nrw ar rangement, they took titompl a. Hon, Tile employes assembled, and' after brief discussion vote, o slrl'e V once. The two officials Involved ar John Barnel, president of Uieal No. t of the Paper Markets, and Stephen Wagner, lco president of Iieal No. Id of the Pulp anil Sulphlt Woikeis. It Is thought thai the strike may not be of long duration. The mill, which is Independent of the so-callej "p;p- combine." has been In operation all j through the recent strike in the neigh- boring mills of the 1 ti t rnal tonal Pa-! per company. , I siiKiurr i,osi;s si rr. j Viiion-nre anil Partners Have In Pay 5S7.1IS Kent. i Alderman and Deputy Sheriff An-! tonio Vanacore, Nala'.e Acunio and . Vlnconzo AnhVro will haw to pay J.'m.h." rent for the XickoVt they ran l.'W jear at W Bri adway, according to the ,mls nient rendered yesterday by Judge Simpson In the civil side of the court of common pleas. They were sued by : Bernhard Fisher, proprietor of th ; buildlnK. for $'Jf for several months' rent due on their lease which he claim- : ed ran several months alter tiny va- cuoil last pecemner. Huslness was poor, and they gave up the Nlckolet. The suit was heard last week. J fm k;. 'i 1 : f '-I ?lr 'f:ii'-i t V -1 I yl' ill Ttl THK LADIES. I.adle.i of New Haven will be Inler- nual retiorts It would take fl'tv veur to do this. I can't see how It wool.l ,"'rn "' ,llP VUrc" S"I'P'.V affect the domestic product If Philip pine sugar were placed for a time on the free list." Chairman Payne indicated that the possible nctlon of the committee with regard to the sugar schedule would be to recommend that a certain amount of Philippine sugar he admitted fr e or Co. of 100 Church street have In re-, sponse to a i-ontlnual demand opened t parlors for their accommodation, In ! connection with the sale of the Arnold ! Vibrators, a fifteen-minutes' use of which relieves and cures pain from al most any cause. I'nder modern meth- j oils they positively remove prominent j nbdomens, double chins, wrinkles and dtltv each vcrtr nnrl thnt the nrcspnt tariff be imposed on any above that i superfluous hair. They are prepared t nmount. H tnlrl Sfrrftnry Wright tluif tho rnin(w (f nnv unn fr.ini thn Cuban sugar w hlch enlovs a reduction I t1001"' s,n"pln"' ucM "r b"'lv In the tariff of 3o per cent. He N, ! massage by hand or Vibrator, do P. Intimated that the question of Philip, j to-date manicuring at these prices: cut children's hair by a New York ex . pert, do ladles' hair dressing, sham- j REV. JOHN P. PETERS, D.D., St. Michael's Protestant Episcopal Church, New York City, writes: "The third volume of The Catholic Encyclopedia arrived on Friday. Saturday evening I had free, here in my studv, and I enjoyed myself by studying that volume oj the Encyclopedia. I assure you spent a delightful evening. "0 course, the special value, oj this Encyclopedia is jar Roman Catholics, hut it is also a valuable work jot a person in mv position to have, in some eases for the contents oj the articles, and in all cases to obUiin what you might can tne official view 0 inc Koman ainonc , hutch. THE CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA THE GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT IN THE HISTORY OF BOOKMAKING THE PRODUCT OF THE FINEST SCHOLARSHIP OF THE ACE THE ADVANCE SALE HAS REACHED OVER $1,000,000 Such an rxtraordinnrv sucrrss as hooks, it minors a sppcial service to dirii standard of these three, as we may The Catltolif Kiirvcloppdin has mot lawvors, wrilors, doctors, leaehers, f"ir'' !,ssll,"f. 'hat. thr.y will, I do not heat with has never before boon known.- philosophers, scientists, statesmen 0 Sfiffi While still in the course of piibliea- and political scientists. library, whether public or private, on its tiott the advance sales have reached We have here an Kncvclopedia reference shelves. It is of value not only over $1,(HK),()(W). This is assuredly prepared bv men of the finest, cul- 'o numbers of the communinn under tha phenomenal. It, is the most re- turo ami broadness of mind; and ,h markablc advance sale the reference beyond all this a monumental work ters it justly follows, but also to all stu- book world has ever witnessed. containing a vast amount of valu- dents in any of the large range of topics Such a success, richly as it is able information not to be found in which it includes, and as far as I am com- merited ami gratifying as it must be any other Kncvclopedia. . SaSiclf SuStf JStt to every seeker of knowledge, has Such unstinted commendation teresting form, been possible only through the has been given bv the lending week- Hkv. Sami;el Hart, D.D., D.C.L. ,,,,,,v ',iWn,l lcn ,,,, pteUrf llK,t it i. ,,t,n,? tap. t. J .JXi 1 HfcSS for Ihf i,.ir.w ..f intn.lurini! hi rharartrr of the work: "The . Wc l,fve ,hat tn " ,e" pine tariff wfis so Important a question that it mluht not be ronsklerei as he Inn strlctlV a part of the ork of re vising thp DinKley tariff but would be ladies, 2f.e: p.-ntlemeii. .1r. Vlhratots , for sale from $7.50 tn J.'5; ran he used ; by hand, dry battery, or elertrle our- j rent. The company ran refer to sev- j ..... f 1 .... U.. .... d. i i: i ... i., d i :., ,t i ,,.t wit icci i-nai, c nuvu uuuo ineiu Kncvclopedia is being distribute.1 amuse the admiration of all stu- a speeial favor in calling their at- . . . ... . ... Tnnrmn Tn I niw uriiririiri Mnf-if Trimmed with Mfteen iistrirh festli ers. eaeli nieasurinw two yards, the Ital tn I'm worn liv Miss Madtre Teinplp .it Hie London f'ollseinn Is valued at JiJ'in. lie Sure You Sec (lie j n,i.rsTH.Ti:i) sois. Tin; m.ior trio. , Ailinisslnii " mill 10r. i 1 I taken up separately. 8,.,-retarv WrlRht ' rrRI rrnminent resmems m .e na- j asked to t,.. heard further on the sub-i v," wlln u nn'1 """e them. Open, .e,d as soon as he could father more evenings. Thone, 4410. I Information. He said he favored a Urn- Ited free ,mtry mi sni;ir and lohnno I'OI.K'i: 4' JTA1'S I'lTi:, I from the Philippines. Nrw York. Nov. If! -The trial of: Much information reeardinR th" cusr t r'nntaln Patrick .). Traev. ivlm nasi of produelnK snitar. the profits derived. formerly nttnclied to the Jamaica po cBpital invested and methods of fcraw ! irf station nnd Is now under suspen Ing and refining, ere oT'-red at to- j son wns finished this mornlnn befor day's hearing. Col. D. D. Colcork, onj ivputy Police Cunim'.asinner Hmson. behalf of the Louisiana cane sugar ho reserved decision. The char"S growers, said that the methods by ! nHalnst the captain r out of the In- which the "trust" names the price i v,,stiRntlon of the license tnirenu by the which it would pay the (jrower n ere commissioners of acennnt". He -as unfair and 'damnable." Henry T, Incensed of unlawfully accepting money Oxnani, V. R. Hathaway, c. . Smith. from proprietors of mmini picture F. T. Scholes. O. McC.irmick and W.; shows. nt an extremely low price and fur- dents of great riuestions." ther, if desired, upon easy monthly The following letter is of interest ni tfmi payments. to all readers: t In the history of bookmaking , , K Appleton Cornpany, . - there ha never been ctthered such I'tvtxtTY Scmnr,, f ost .ISth ht, New York City, ineie nas neti net n .itnuci m ( it Muun.irow-N, Conn. 1 lmll be pleased to receive compli- a marvellfilis collect urn of valuable St:rTf;MnK.n 2.'1 100S. mentnry copy of the Official Specimen intoniiallon, ami ail tills nas neon 1 have found great satisfaction in exam- rages ui i he lathomu jcjhuwjlofedia. prepared bv the best scholars of the ining the volumes already published of The v..lr. ' !(. 1 Catholic Kiteyelopedia, and in reading in INamc " " U i'.i ,, ., ,. , them articles on various subjects, tlieo- Address ..,......,.... ... hlle 1 he ( atliolic Kncvclopedia (,,ira, i.oH.,,. (PSerintive and critical. commends itself to every lover of And if the following volumes maintain the City M tr - ! L M Mt P m u art MIIS. STAHIS MlvMll Roston. Nov. 10 - A fter AIII1A1 nn autopsy that tiny were satisfied that Mrs. Charles W. ("Chick") Stalii. the widow- way of a. house In South Boston, died from natural causes, and that she had . i , i ... . e i , rr.1 and nearly t w enty-hmirs of Invest:,- ! of the American I ball player, whose , (m,y l(J tne of Mr(Jj tlon, the local police nnnounceil to-ilay . Imdy was found yesterday In a door- j sttahl's parents. Public Demonstration of Educator Crackers -HHe'H' How Does It Strike You? A NICE NEW Dining Room Rug KOR Thanksgiving Day The proposition is up to you. Call and see the vast variety of rugs we show, You will find selection easy and the colorings, designs, sizes and prices satisfactory. It's a timely suggestion one you will be pleased with if acted upon. Beautiful standard rugs that stand by you for years to come. Window Shade Co. Every Father and Mother Should Read This. The pi-lni'lplcM for which lr. Johnson stood over a seore of years iiki mure of Die vital pari of ihe IT rain and thorough ma si leal Ion lire now gonci-nlly accepted axioms neee-isary for the world's wcll-helnc TIii'oiirIi Ihe demonstration of these principles countless thousands have heen educated lo Ihe proper kind of food and (he proper way of ral liiK II- Ir. Johnson was engaged In practice forty-two years, and was brought in eonlacl dally wllh per sons whose teeth showed (he evil effects of while Hour foods mid sofl preparations Hint needed no innsll nil Inn. In the spring of 18K." the doctor produced the Original Iduealor, wllh no Idea of business, hut from a sincere desire to aid humanity. Ilducator ('riicUers are n perfect food. hccaiiHC they contain all Ihe elements which make up Ihe strue lure of ihe human hody, and. helng nuidc from freshly ground cereals, the must erfoct nerve food Is ob tained In connect Ion wllh whal Is needed for hone, tooth, muscle and lisNiie-huildlng. Properly masticat ed, they are an aid lo digestion, and, unlike all foods made wllh while flour, are I'oslllvely ou f'oiistlpntliig. The effect of heat properly applied In the baking1 pro cess greatly Increases the digesti bility of llduculor Crackers. foot of Center Street. Open Saturday Kxciiings 75-81 Orange Street, ill - - m -( T (-j-j-j. j'Tx' X TTT'fl IT I1TT TTTTTTTTTT EDUCATOR GRAHAM CRACKER nnrr1 tinnwftntnnM rrnhnm rmrlrr. nflhivhlf ontritloni and fiutly miifitfriiu 9t, It It fdiiftrldll j ffiiod for children. EVIRY DRY FROM 9 to 12:30 MOHMMiS. 2:30 to 5:30 AITKUNOONS. EDUCATOR WAFER a crisp, thin, entir wheat watnrcrackpr, unequalled a UiT-ilinner cranlie, wall cheese or kit. The Point We Want to Bring Out Is This: KDITATOH IT.OI H, CKACKF.ns and l (olS CONTAIN. IN I'HOI'IOR PROPORTION', PKIU 'Kf T lt()l)Y-m il,l)IN MATKKI AI AM) Dll 'l 'l ilt FROM FLOCK PIlOOt'CTS Nl 1 1 .1 i:i) IN TIIF. OKDINARY MANNF.R. WTIKRF, Til Fit F, IS A KK.T TFNDF.NO' TO DIS CAItl) WHAT IS RKST, We are living In a MrcniUMis age, most of uh ruiinins' al a It ifjrl t presMiire. On what we dully eal largely depends our peace of mind, serenlly'of disposition, stability of character and clear ness of percept Ion. The bran coals (usually discarded In ordinary milling) nre rich In muscle-maklng prolelcls and nerve nnd braln-feediiiK phosphates. The bone-forming phosphate of lime Is almost whol ly loenled In the bran coats, while the soluble phosphates, which support the brain and nerv ous system and yield mental energy, are all richly presenl In the germ of the whciH kernel. Or, William i, Johnson' Fduoalor Food Product are the products you oughl lo cat. Our denionslratlons this week are not lo sell, hut lo show lliese products lo In Ik wllh you about Iheoi. Mm. H. F, Hall, whom we have hail the good fortune to secure as demonstrator, Is a lady well versed In the subject, both front a culinary and hygienic standpoint a lady who can talk Intelligently lo the layman or the physician. List of Educator Cereals and Specialties, Wheal .Meal Cracker "" Wheal, .Meal Wafer Thread Sticks Pulled Bread Kuska nog; Bread Fdueere (Cereal Infant Food) Peanut Rullcr Cereal Coffeo Cereola (Ready-conked Fond) Kduealor Rreakfast Food Wheat ficrm Rico F.ducator Wheat Bran F.d iicu lor Bran Meal Pearled Cut, Oatu Oat Flour True Wheat Meal Brown Bread Mixture Wn-lin-lm (Sweet Corn and Wheat) Fducator F.ntlro Whrnt FTour Whole Wheat Bye (irlta Rye Meal (New Process) Bye Flour Pearled Cut Wheat Boiled Wheat Yellow Hominy (iolden Corn Meal WhllaCorn Meal Barley Flour Biirley Meal Breakfast Coke .Mixture Buckwheat Meal Crushed Barley Whole Pearled Oats Boiled Oats Granulated Oats Pilot Bread (White Flour) Ship Bread (AVhlte Flour) Suppositories EDUCATOR GLUTEN GOODS, Gluten Wafers Diabetic Crackers Almond Crackers (.Itilcii Busk Bread Slicks filutlne ( Ready-cooked Granulated Food) tilulen Flour Saccharine Wafers This Week at JOHN GILBERT & SON, 918 Chapel St.