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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1908.
H--HM"H'4-, Monday, Nov. '08. NO RRRT FOR THR ! PRESIDENT-ELECT 7i)H-son-802 oiiAn-x strf.kt. DIRECTOIRE COATS The awonipanylns was KkcHiWl from mio of our Ioiir. lrcnny nireetnlro routs "f Muck hrondcloUi. Tliry ore tieii iitl fill garments, trimmed with bands of with! or Timid and lined throughout with Putin. Exceptional values tit $17.50. OTHF.lt MOTF.T,S Wo have, other modelH In half-fitted Scotch mixtures, homo with Napoleon collars, others with eoiit or mandarin sleeves. The lltllo touches of tailor's art on the Millar, sleeves and pockets pay "tailor-made" a far as you can seo them. $1B.0(), $20.00, $25.00. 10 Discount on Furs Only three, morn days left to lake; nilvaiiltiKe of this Npeelal ten per cent, discount. Ily paying small deposit furs can lie selected and will he laid nsldo and reserved for you. !j,!.fr.fr4.,H''H,4"K,'M' Taft's Bungalow Crowded All Day Sunday With Special Pleaders for Many Causes. ICUBANS AMD FILIPINOS Secretary Wright, John Barrett, Con- greMiinn Hurtoii, Judges and ticnerals at Hot Springs. THWART BURGLARY (Continued from First rage.) great pleaauro In the work dona, pro nounee.1 It good and complimented patrolman Iandy on his work In tlio caae. Tha pollco nay that the men ran bo proaecuted under the, law which makea It an offense punishable with a term of Ave years In state's prism to be. found with offensive weapons after dark, under mteh elrrunist.wea as In this caae, and not able to give a good explanation of the situation. It In possible such a ehnrgn maybe brought In this ease. j The catch occurring so early In the evening as It did, created a great deal of excitement, about the Church street- st.irn and hindered traffic In the street for some time. Anmug stein's effects, when he wnt marched, were three highly senti mental pn.t cards which created con siderable, amusement when brought to light. ft ft to M n ;o (t m ft fi ft Art and Gift Shop Thla is a section of the studio which visit ors find interesting at all seasons of the year. Fine prints and paint ings are constantly on view. This interest will be heightened during the present season by a series of Special Exhibi tions which will be given in this room. These exhibitions will include miniatures, rare prints, choice water col ors and fine paintings by well-known artists, and will receive later an nouncement. TfiV Curblss Studio 1090 Chapel Street. GOOD TICKET WORK Manager Thompson Tines Tlest Possible T'nder Circumstance. Manager Kverard Thompson of t',ie Vale Ticket association l to be con gratulated on the success of his work In the matter of ticket distribution. wane, or course, everyone could not. be accommodated the Immense crowd of applicants wna treated with ex treme fairness and with such good Judgment that the best results were obtained. The stands were (lllerj, there was not a vacant sent, but everyone who had tickets for a sent got 1t all rlglit and there was. under the conditions existing tills year, as good service In as it of years from now, when the next Harvard game Is played here, It In hoped there will be other accommo dation which will relieve the strain experienced this year. Hot Springs, Va., Nov. 22.- Morn numerous and with more diversion ns to purpose, were (he cullers received by President-elect Taft today that on any day slncii ho took up his residence hen; In the. cozy bungalow among the chestnut trees. General J.ulte 10. Wright, secretary of war, cIlMcussed' the I'hllipplno tariff and army matters con nected with tho Philippines, General Demet.ro Castillo, Judge Plaz Alum and I'M-. Artui'o Koutz, nil of Havana, Culm congratulated. , the President-elect and urged him to visit Cuba when the change of administration takes place next January. No decision to visit Cuba has been reached by Mr. Taft. Samuel J. Taylor and .1. W. Ward rop, of Pittsburg, presented an earnest appeal to Mr. Taft to addrci-s the min ers' convention there either on I'loceni ber 2, or 4. No definite answer was given. The Philippine Islands were repre sented by Renltn Lecithin, member of th" Philippine commission; Pablo (Vanio, delegate to congress from the Islands, and Fernando Cnlderon of i "Manila. Their cull was one of cm- gi atut.itlou and of discussing I'lilllp ipliv matters generally with Mr. Taft. Representative crumpackor of In diana came from the tariff hearing before the ways and means committee In Washington to d'scus loglslnthc matters with Mr. Taft. , T5cpre!Mitntiv l.ovriin.g of Massa chusetts called to urge .Mr. Tnft to use his influence to have the tariff .bear ings continued throughout the coming short session of congress. representative puiton of dhl had n:i ottv r talk with the president-elect. John narrett, riii tor of the bureau I of American ronublic.i, "bo was a din- ner guest at th Taft cottage, c.imo i here to present what he said was a HAINS CASE AGAIN Attorney In Divorce Proceeding; Sum moiied by (Jrand tliii'y. New York. Nov. VI. YV'ellon C. Percy, attorney in the divorce pro ceedings pending against '.Mrs. Claudia I.ililiy llalns, 'brought by her husband, Captain I'eter C, Mains, Jr.. at present conlinod In the Queens County jail with bin brother, Jenkins llains', both being under Indictments charg ing them with murder in the first degree for the. shooting of Wllllu.ui 10, Annls, has been subpoenaed to ap pear before the Queens County grand Jury in Long Island City to-morrow-, in the case of the 1'eople against T, Jenkins Mains. Mr.. Percy was Captain Mains' per sonal counsel for sonic time previous to the shouting of Annls, and Is still acting in that capacity. John I'', Me .Melntyre, chief counsel for the de fence, said to-ibiy that he was unable, to explain the apparent re-oponlng before the gvand jury of t ho case against T. Jenkins Mains. AT THE DRUG COUNTER: Quinine Pills, 2 gr 100s 18c Seldlitz Powders, full weight box, 19c Rhinitis Tablets, 100s 25c Cnscara Sngrada Tablets, 6 gr I 00s 25c At the Toilet Goods Counter: Peroxide Cream, jar 2oc Peroxide Soap, cake 25c Cold Cream, lb can 50c Cold Cream, 1-2-lb can 30c CATTLE SITUATION GOOD Slate Cudcrlakcs Herniation of Huts and ltoaches. Buffalo, Nov. 22.--"The situation looks good to-night," said , Commis sioner Pearson, of (he slate depart ment of agriculture, to-night. "No new cases of the foot and mouth dis ease have been discovered In western New York since last Tuesday, and. un less unfavorable developments come soon the reopening or tun j;uHt nut- fa lo stockyards should he but a mat ter of days," Commissioner Pearson confirmed the statement (hat the quarantine reg ulations require the destruction", as fat as possible, of all sparrows on Infect ed fiirnis. Pigeons must be conlltied to their rotes or to the premises where the b. long. Kvrn the rats and cockroaches In festing such premises are to be dis posed of as far as practicable, for liir seels can carry enough Infection to af flict live slock. AT THE CANDY COUNTER: ItnsseU's Old-l-'ashloned Choc olates, lb ..20c Iliisse.ll'H Assorted Wrapped Caramels, h 40c AT THE CIGAR COUNTER: 1810 Pcrfectos, 10c. value 5c Gillespie's Drug Store 'Phone WI3-4. Ml ( II APEI, STRKKT. Uooila Delivered. WOMEN' S FINE BOOTS. $6.00 $619,410 SPENT (Continued from First Page.) GUNNER ALLEN HERE Son of Central Station Moorman First-Class banner ow. John CharleR AMen, son of Doorman John Allen of cetiirnl police station, who was recetitlv given n flrst-etn-ts gunni r's hndge. Is spending A short fur lough with his fnther In this city. C.tm-nM- Allen Is stationed nt Fort Hancock at Sandy Monk, where he hns been for several years. He enjoys the artillery branch of the service 'very much, Me will return to duty at Fort Hancock' to -day. BATTUT IN" BALKANS Aiistrl- seatlng arrangements ! general exorcsfion of Interest by the was possible to have. A couple i Central and Southern American repub lics to ascertain what the nttltule or Judge Tnft was regarding tho Hoose-velt-Root policy of developing close re lations In Hint part of th" world. .Iililge ('iiiinpricker said lie runic here to fll.ieuss the question of general leg islation whh Mr. Tnft and particularly the forthcoming tariff revision. "I am." he Mid. ."most hr.irtHy In I'avnr of a geucilln... thorough, and honest revi sion of the tnrltf. I find Judge T.il't to 1,. very tnueh in ea'-iv-st on "lis question. Me believes t-her are ninny schedules In- the present tariff law which fhoiild be lew, red. and 1 tiKiee with htm en thiil. It In my opinion thut (lie men who ate charged with the re snnnslbiMlv of this work are rcallssltig tills situation more nnd more as the prcK'iit Inquiry progress,-. 1 am in favor of continuing the heatings he fore tin. ways and means committee Just aslong as there is nn Interest which wishes to he he.ud." TP, , re were no developmental here In the speakership situation to-day beyond the continued ncciiniula t Ion of Inform, alien b Judge T'-ft from those with whom he conversed. Julge Taft was notified by Mr. Hart-en of an In on which Is to he forma Ily given $275,000 FOR HEATHEN I.n.Mncn's Conference Moved to ien eroslty by Dr. (irenfell. Pomou, Nov. 2".'.- Pledging Itself lo raise $2ori,aeii for foreign missionary work the coming year the laymen's nil.sdonnry conference, which has been holding a series of reinaritahlo nieet Ings In Boston the pnst weelt, closed to-night with a big gathering In Sym phony hall. The general socrotnry of tin- cuiifc fence, James C. White and Pr. V. T. lireentell, the Labrador mis sionary, were the speakers. Following the addrisprs, a resolution was adopted lo Im-rcase p present appropriation of $ 1 r,r,.oit to JITfi.aiH) nnd to annually Itici ens;, the fund for foreign work un til each i luirch member In the denomi nations represented-Haptlst, Kplsco pnl, Methodist, Coiign gtitional nnd Pri KbyP-rlan shall pay In $."i tinnnnlly. NOBEL PRIZE AWARDS He. Seventeen Servians and Thn tins Keported Killed. Paris, Nov. 22. A npeelal dispatch from Vienna says that a band of f-'er-! als vluns, while crossing thn Ilosnhin 1 vih frontier near Zvornik, was repulsed by Austrian troops. The Servians lost I seventeen men killed and the Austrl-! ans three killed. I ALFONSO TO M:U M AM MI,. Tjlsbon, Nov. 22. It Is niioniiced that King Alfonso of Spain has ex pressed his Intention of making a visit Incognito to King Manuel n't Villa icosu. to him in Washington, when lie venches lii.it city early In December, to attend the next nu'iunl meeting of the trans-Mlssls-slppl eointiierclnl congress to be lu.ld In Denver next fall. BROKE WOMAN'S ARM Assault nt i JThanks gi vin g We talk QUALITY CHEERFULLY FAIR PRICES ECONOMY CONFIDENTLY Fine, artistic Dining Furniture in rich mahogany, dull oak, Early English, golden and weathered oak. A complete range for our cus tomers to select from largo enough to judge from, ckIoii slvc enough to suit all tastes Mtdlolciitly varied In price and design lo (III every need, to please every fancy, CARPETS --Best Wiltons and Body Bniascln, plain plush and two-toned carpets that are now much in favor. Moat Captain Commits anal Dock. Charles McMiinus, captain of a canal' boat, wnlcii Is lying Just now at. Can il dock was arrested last evening by Pa trolmen M.nvlnr mid Kerwln, on (haipe of breach of the pence on draco Thilddean, n woman of nil work about t ii f boat. The latter la charged with Intoxication. The captain claims Hie unman was drunk and he got Into a miv w ith her. Me beat her, so badly that when she arrived nt police head quarters she had to be transferred to (ini'-f hospital. She wns suffering from n broken left unit and a bad blow over I Ik left eye, whl 'li entirely cloned it. QUEEN IN 'FRISCO Mliuokalani of Hawaii Washington Willi San Francisco, Nov. J ft -2 on Way lo Cupid. L'2. Former yuccn l.lliuoUalanl of Hawaii, was a pas-enger on the Pa.eillo mall liner, Mongolia, which arrived to-day from the i irieiil via, Honolulu. Not half a dozen passengers on the steamer were aware that the frail old woman, plainly attired ami accompanied by one him i, was tin-, former queen. Kin is traveling with I'riiie,. Kaluninnanle, better known as Prince "I'upld"' and princess Kalanlau.'iole, nod will ac company Hu m lo W'a.dilugloii, The prince wan elected delegate to con gress at the recent election. COMiHKSSM W I'ulsriM D. Portland, Ore., ,ov. ( ougiei I'nslnnd. Uerniany nnd I'liincr ccIm SvvcdKli Honor. Stockholm. Nov. ;2. -It Is announced, hut ti"t oilleifilty. that the Nobel prizes are) lkely.pi be awarded ns follows: For ch'-niistry, Prof. Krtiest Ititthef ford, director of the plt steal lahornto ilej of the I'nlverslly of Manchester, F.nnl.md. Ijteralure Algernon Charles Swinburne; physics. Prof. Mar Planck, professor of mathematics and physics In the I'nlverslly of Berlin: medicine, divided between Dr. Paul Khrllch of Merlin and Prof. File Metehnlkoff of tho Pasteur Institute, Pari.. It was iinomclally slated a few- days ago thai W. Matron! was to receive the next Nobel prize In physics. JAPS PLAY JNAPPY BALL Hut Yankee Hneball. Team Trims CnUerslly 5 to 0. Toklo, Nov. In the presence of an enthusiastic crowd of more than X.nno persons the American baseball team, which came to Japan to play Home of the Japanese university teams, opened the BciiMin to-day and defeat ed Waseila university to 0. Tito Waseda team played snappy bull, but did pot g t a man as far as second base. Count niinma, the sago of .Waseda university, wearing tie cap and coal of the American team, tossed the I1r.it ball across the plate. After the game the American players were the guesls of Count Okuma at a garden parly given by him In their honor. MARRIED IN HASTE Wedding Taken Tltiee llctvtccn Trains at HoboUcii Station. New York. Nov. 22. Samuel I'aigler, a Justice of thn peace or I loboken, N. J., received th following telegram to-day! "Can you marry us at I .aeUawnunn de pot. 'Of so meet us at t o'clock. Carry a handkerchief In left hand. A. M. IV A lew minutes Jsler Justice Fngler entfi-ed tin- Lackawanna depot, carry ing. u while handkerchief In his hand. Me was liutnedalcly accosted by a. young 111:1 it. who s.ild he was Arthur I lorry llemii tt, 11 civil engineer of Hus ton. ' The man Introduced a pretty girl, giving her name iih Miss Irene .Messner, of .Maywood. N. .1. When Justice Kinder raised the uuec Ihm of witnesses Hctinetl solved It by asking another couple In the depot to iio as uliiici-ses, II was so quietly con ducted 1 In, 1 no one ol the hundred or more pussi ngers In the walling room outside of the group el live pa it iclpa iitl) knew wliii t was going 011. MYSTERIOUS DEATHS on requisition of the heads of depart ments and duly aulhorlned hills. The classification of till of said disburse ments by vouchees In shown by depart ments, as nearly as possible. In addi tion to departmental exhibit, T have Included In the Itcml.ed statement, the cost of telegrams, postage and express charges separately. I respectfully suggest (hat the Na tional committee give attention to tho great Importance of a well directed business system for the gnvernnce of future departments of the committee In the work of a national campaign. The proper selection of a -person to fully prepare such svstetn ,n f deem neces sary to urge, would prove a faying of a large amount of money. Pespectfullv submitted, MYRON P. TON.!. ' -N u.1 . Pom. Nat. Committee Total amount of money re ceived by the National Dem ocratic Committee for the year l:WS $S2n.f;H.;7 Total amount disbursed fi10.4in.atl Balance nn hand $1,131.71 Distribution of disbursements by vouchers shown by departments of thn Iiemoeratlc National Committee, 100S Auditor's office $ W,.r,a Secretary's office ' 4,eS.,M Treasurer'!, ofllce 5. 071. 2 1 Commercial Travelers ........ 153.00 Club organization Bureau.... R.njn.Tfi Labor Bureau 37.401.SH Advisory committee il.OJO n Organization of states 12n.o:,S.f,2 Purchasing agent dept 1.K-10.7S Finance committee '.fi.M.M Congressional commit lee S.filn.oo Publicity bureau SS.s?n.3 Kx-troasurer's nect. miscellaneous: Sight dr.-uft on oktahoma.h.mk .. -MRS.-, Scrgeant-at-arms 4,0lfl."7 Iiocuments 1l2.R37.iS 1 -hah-man and vice-chairman. fi.4SO.00 Reproduction bureau .1.115. fiO Speakers bureau 3.1.TSfi.95 lienors! fund .T.1 1 1 .SO Patent Calf, slipper foxed, mat kid top, button, short fore- part, Cuban heel, welt sole, close edge, 6 inches high. .$6.00 On the same lines, Gun Metal, kid foxed, cloth top and tan, button, at the same price. .$6.00 $5.50 Women's Tan Suede Top, Tan Russia Calf, slipper foxed, . button, short vamp, Cuban heel, welt sole. $5.50 STOCKINGS Silk Stockings $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25 and $3.25 Silk Lisle 50 cents Cotton, Mercerized and Lisle 25,' 38 and 50 cents 3 pairs of the 38-cent kind . .$1.00 ONLY GOOD SHOES AND STOCKINGS New Haven he (ipi 842 and 846 Chapel Sireetl T M'-fH M'H'W'H-t P.ent of headquarters., Telegrams Telephone Kxpress charge Postage 1 11.7 11. 72 HI, 7fii.no 2,!!!.no 1S.0S1.17 S7.452.54 I Jfil9,410.08 man William l.orhitcr, stricken with blood night, ami to-day h ph, moiied to his assistance is Inuring I he I'aeilie c a - of '1 lllnola, was poisoning l.'i'il lelnii uns .sum Mr. I.orinier uiud. Invest Igu I - Two Hollies I Mil I III III id Hoi kclcllcr'i Itnail In 1 I. stale. Trout THR CHAMBERLAIN CO. Crown and Orange St. "Corner." KiKKPiiAcio .ons. fcT.VMfoKU ami i.i;k han;ks. 4ien Slit, lives. Ing ii ssary mill harbors. ImprovemenlK lo rhers N VI'ION Al 1 III I'lll .Mi l l'. Atlanta, ( la , ,n The. inilloiial convention of the I'hi Phi fiHletnll.v will he held In A 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 ; i. Nun mher '.Hi. 7 and 2d Mel wee ii.'-O and Inn dce fcalc.i lepreaenllng cliaplcrs In many of the colleges and unU crsll leu of Amer ica will le In ntletidaiu'c. A nuniber ot prominent alumni will at lend and ,l.l-, i t ai.ldrc!-:f.;' i is,"iiiliu, N. V.. Nov, 'J'.'. Almost in front ii, the gale lending to the ,. stale of Mini ni ltoc,ci.lcr ioi I he p.. ruou post I'liml, were loniiil lo ,1,1V the hndlel oi v II in in Ai-llnir I'liidy and Wiltuni h r.i :iicr, hot h ol 'I an vlow u. There Is eom-hlcr 1 1 1 1 liUI-lclV concertllllg llie in. i unci- lii which I hey were i llled Tin- iMl !!. I i : i i I I'V a inilkniiiii, W i re lying sol II, .la in e a part a lid wen IcitIIiI.v inn I ila te,. It Is lielicvcl the men were rilurulng home and that I hey w ere Ml licit P v n u a nlonio PH.. ami Killed. 'i'lidi olhcr anl o Piles nassliig oyer the road ran oyer the hodics. The clui uffeiir of an a u I oinohl lo re. port i.il lo I he police to da y I hii t his mac, due struck a soil object In the road while he was going to A rdi i 1 1 In before daylight. The chuiilfciir II ghl lie had run Hver a dog, ho said, BODIES BURIED DEEP None of Victims of I'l-lday's SI red l-ifpln-lnii, Act liicarlhcd. New York, Nov. 22. Confronted with almost Insuperable difllcultles, the big force of workmen engaged In digging in the Rrooklyn cower trench, where liftoon men lost tdclr lives In a i ave-in on Friday last, have so "far been unable to penetrate deep enough Into the masr, of debris to get a trace of a single one of the victims' liodlen. Working In a narrow street, with the route o their goal fifty feet below th,! surface, clogged with masse., of earth, rock and broken limbers, the rescuers, despite most diligent efforts, iiavc made slow progress. To-day they en countered several massive bounders that the big steam crune In use could riot bmlgn, and these had to be blast ed away before further progress could be made. T T.KM ir CONVICTS IN RIOT. tlrenade, France, Nov. 22 The con viols In fleleni penitentiary today over came their guards and seized the htilld lug. They were unahle, however, to llnd the keys to the galea and could not make their escape. The civil guards who were called out were obliged to fire several volleys in the air before the convicts surrendered. Christmas Only a Month Away. Christmas shopping should be done now. Don't wait until the last day. Every day's delay means you must choose from a smaller selection. Don't forget our store when you are making your holiday purchases. We have gathered here the largest and finest stock of holiday goods ever shown in this town. A visit oannot fail to offer many suggestions of value. It is the early ' i shopper that gets the piok. , , , E. L. Washburn & Co. 61 Center St. Telephone. 84 Church St. f.t.M..M-'HMM" t One Week Sale. All 8 to 14 roll lots of Wall Papers, four to eight dollar val ues, at $1.00 and $1.50 the bundle. We need' the room. High Grale Photographic Portraits New Kluillo, Conveniently Arranged, Reasonable l'rlces. Tel. l.in7-4. 1 101 CHAPEL STREET. Hetweeu York and .High Streets. Developing and Printing S'e UHM the Kodak Tauli H, stein nf development for dial Ii plates ami Ilium, which produces a higher percentage ot Komi negatives Hum anv other method. Fill I urns ill development do not occur because a Iresli solution of tested tem perature and sf.-eiiglh Is ns-sil for each roil oi nun in si'i in iic'ic.-!. VVn use "V'cIok" to mnko, tho prints ami wa cliooHn the grade nnd surfaei) df paper which In heal, united lo the negative, If your nea,tlvoH nre not mitlnfai-.tory wo are only I no (riad to (MHltit you In ma king correct citpoii.. ur en. City Hall Pharmacy Co. NKXT TO CITY HAl.U Merrells, Cross h Beardsley, CONTRACTING DECORATORS, 'Phone 839. wu-si Viang" enccu. t TTTTTTT Modern Decorating Callx for original and liullvldiinl Ireniment. liii't hi unt Isllcil with Hie coninmnplnee, when you run have your (lee oratlnn (l'n I" 'nanner exprcHHlve (if your own Ideas (Iccorallu!; illlTereiit from your neighbors unicue anil arils tic, and at practically the wime cost. AVc'd be jileawed to have you consult, tin. MONROE BROS, 353 Grown St, Telephone l!7fil. BenrB tlm oASTorii-a.. , 11., UU.A Si 1. 1 1 lid on Alum ill D,llldl 4lil0 1 1 1J Hill lidtn ni"nii- uuujj'i i.xpi itii At i;. i t h i i n;s, t i k y, expresu (he secret of my hiii-com In priscribliiK and inaKIni; Kyeglnaaea and Specla.1 len. ;1, PARKER (UTU '1ST. 810-A t hiniel Ht. Lntruuce S 10 Vi. C. KEY FITTING, ( ; I.' N AMI' I,' U 'Is SMITH 1 N'.t. Spurtfonen'a rinriply (., &9 Church lit, llHsenient. E. H. BASSETT, Mgr. Tho On!)' SliuotlnB Gullcrr tu Oie City. Nonoareil Laundry (Incorporated.) HIGH CLISS WORK 271 Blalcblay An., New Hivn Cm