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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1908.
.1 THESE SNAPPY NOVEMBER EVENINGS make one feel most "comfy," if one can but get home from business, throw on an old coat discard the boots and stick the tired feet into an old pair of slippers. BUT how much more comfort ujm, Kina; is nanay ana COME ON IN I The L L. Stoddard Tobacco Co. 940 CHAPEL STREET. LADIES' FUR SETS III Russian Niiblo, Hudson liny Knhlo, Mink, Persian l,mh, Amer li'iin mill .In n i !' Mink, llliick I.yux, llliic l.jnx. Niilurnl l.yn. Hniim Miii'lrii, Soldo Squirrel, limy Squirrel, Cni'iioul, Sahlc Fox, Isa bella l'o. MEN'S FUR COATS. Kut'coon Coats from S"iO to Wombat, $;).": lilnek I!iiiiin log, $25; Illiick .liipiinoso (iolit. SM"."o. 1 rrt-l.li:i) COATS line Mink Lined. Isiistcin Mink, .Inpaiicse Mink, Musi, rut, natural nnd o".v1: Marmot I'U.li Marl In. Prices S.t., to $:ion. Prices iiii mii nothing miles yon Sep Hie furs. We harp T.ynx Sets f nmi $!.'. tn We have Mink Sets finni Jjr in The ,'ilinvi' ii''i names of furs we hae In stork- 111 many cases In lnrgir MUHiitlilei' 1 1 1 ii n were ever lirfnye shown In this rliv. The BROOKS-COLLINS Co. 795 CHAPEL T. Til HIT Mil. II M'OT. Turin. Xoi', 2". -Two l,rt hers n ..(. I Omnia, living at N'ivfir.1. Imvo Invented ;, n h rropla tie. which fnuii i! shape Tiis Continental Automobile Manfg Co. 121 Olive Street. Ashes Ramoveil at Short Noiice. Gyieral Cart Done. THE NEW SERVICE. F K. SWAN. Tel 8(10-3. 255 Otvhnrrl St. T t How Does It A NICE NEW Dining Room Fim Thanksgiving Day ; I The proposition is up to you. Call and sec the vast J variety of rugs we show. You will find selection easy I and the colorings, designs, sizes and prices satisfactory. I It's a timely suggestion one you will be pleased with if, I acted upon. Beautiful standard rugs that stand by you J for years to come. I Window Shade Co. ? Fool of Center Street. Q1 - - j Open Saturday Fvcnlngs. O-Ol UTange StTCet, .1. -H""fr EDUCATIONAL TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. ISe Sutler Business School Regular Session Day and Evening. SIDNEY PERLIN BUTLER, President. Phone 3400. Y. M. C. A. Building. Elevator I t - ATTEND THE BEST tin Superfluities. Yale Business College Send Iter CntnlORue. 110 Church 8t. Tel. 1Y37. BENJAMIN SCOVILLE. Instructor 1n KI.OCUTIO., OltATOIlY, DRAMATIC ARTS AM) STVtiK DKi'OIU'MKVr. Room 46 Insurance Building;. 190 Chupel street. one gets if the briar pipe (the; a nnie gooa toDacco i LADIES' FUR COATS In Alnskn Senl, French Soul. Mun CiMii Senl, Hiisslun Ponies; blnek mill natural brown, Snlilc, f.rny Squirrel mill Mnriuot; In nil lengths from -H lo VI Inches, for slrect hikI iniliimoblle purposes. FUR SUNDRIES. ITU (il.OVKS mul CATS firent vnrleiy for both men nnd women. Al TOMOimK ROr-IlS In fur and eloth (wuler-pronf), in all sizes, for riinuboul find touring rnrs. ITU IOOT Mill's Ibst cold went her fool comforters for 1111- toiiloblllsts. !iiy rail nn aTonirvp. They rlalm tint it !s cnii.ilil.i nf tanking b filch' s'Mv u:Wt nn limit-, ami ran as i-eini In ;i I right nf 2.0 if, (pot. PRIZE WINNER If you want n pri.c winner then bn) ii Oontineiit.'il Automobile. TiiU car holds the slher eup for llrst prize tn the l.OOO-nille sealed-bonnet contest for speed nnd durability. The Conti nental ear is recognized as one of the grent successful machines in the coun. iry. If you want one leave jour order at once orders require nt least si weeks to llll. We would br pleased to glu demons' rat Ion nnj time. 'Phone 5232-2. r us. otrnxxiiD. Hypeilon Ptables, Opposite Vanderbilt Hall. COACH, COUPE AND LIVERY SERVICE. AUTOMOBILE ATTENTION. trt.-8 Chapel Street Thone 101(1. Strike You? Rug ! W7 4. -S"H"r-H"r-l"! i RESULTS. NOT PROMISES RCHOOb of DANCING IiENOX HAM 6 YORK SQI7A RP) J. H. CAMPBBM, ST!;CTOR. Beginner' class. Tuesday ev. Social flssenibly, Thursday eve. Junior assem bly, Saturday eve. Prlvnle lessons bv appointment. Olliee hours, " to 9 p. ,n Circular. Tel. Dates open for rentals of Lenox Halls. MRS. J. H. DUNN. Beginners' classes In dancing now forming. I 'rival, lessons by appolm nient. Telephone ll'Hd Hours, 3-5, 7-10. SIS CHAPEL ST. REVOLUTIONISTS AT WORK III CHINA Minor Outbreak Amonir Troops at Nanking Forces Adop tion of Stringent Measures. NEWSPAPERS SUPPRESSED l'nexieeted (onllllon of ('inn lend ers fJlvoa Klse to IWdlug of Op. tlnilsni In Legal Ions of the I'owera. Peking, Nov. Willie nil Is quiet nt reklngr, detachments nf troops guard the- city gates and gendarmes are on duty nt the. approaches to the foreign legations. The government has not ceased to lake precautionary measures lest something in the nature of an out break happens here, for revolutionist are spreading all klnils of- reports, which might, act like firebrand owing to the spirit of uneasiness underlying present conditions In China. There have been rumors of an Insur rectionary movement In the south, but this has proved to be only a minor out break amongst the artillery and cav alry stationed at Nanking. Neverthe less It has been thought advisable to post a guard at each of the gates of Peking ami half companies of China regulars are under arma at these points. It was owing to on of these dis turbances that the edict of November 20 von Issued, in which It was pointed out that lawless conspirators had tried t 1 li v.i (in the Interior and ail officials ! . ordered to arrest and summarily behead them wherever found. Ftrlng ent measures have been taken here to suppress any sign of conspiracy, and the government has ordered an In- i i stigatimi of the governor nf Ngan- !!ue province, on account of a slight utilising that taak place there. Two Peking newspapers have been fined ail one has been suppressed, for puli Us.'iil'K details of the Illness and death of tlie rmpeior and the dowager em pn ss. The ninr.ner In which yesterday's ceremony at the Imperial palace was ci.m'uct"il hns been the subject of hl,;h commendation by the represen tatives of the foreign powers hern and the success that attended this ceremonial and the unanimity shown by the various nilliial factions, has bad the effect of Inducing a feeling of optimism with regard to the new govertitiK nt. The prerence at the ceremony of Prince China., who fr the first time sine, ths death nf their majesties, ap peared oflli dally ns the head of the for eign board, and the unexpected coali tion of the elnn factions. have had much (01I0 with the better feeling th it has hem engendered, and there Is nn npp.'i'-ent desire on 1 lie pnrt "f the rtlp lonii.ts. at I'fUIng to have this feeling of optimism known to the world. He. fnrniB have already been Insi II uled In the paiaee. Th new PnwagM- Km -pros Vehonala hns withdrawn herself I .if ini uifrniinil o,,,l ,I.a In Ii. .1,.,.. agei ciiniclis and others who were to ei iH iiii,i " I'ew'rrn hi the evidences (.f'thi. reform mm ,.. meni and n na lelpa I ing dleluii ge, have , Pihiie chuns r. eent dlet, In which b dielin.vl lo permit any liit.rfreii"e fnmi I ne Pnwager Kmpress Velmnnh' as cleared 1 1 1 throne from nnv pnnil llle llotnln.ljlnn nf III.. r:;n nf would). 111 lc:isl until tlio new emperor, 1'rln"" I'll VI. assumes power. ' This edict, tthlcli nrilded all Imperial elanvm...! c, IKIM- a Rf.'.lter decree lf nlie.dliMC'P to J.jlhe recent, than others. and which 1 thread lied pHn.-rs and nnielnls wltj scere pniii-hinent Imllctles Ihe inv ei ncii nt's reengnli Ion nf ihe presr-m op.. piiil.inlly for a palace linuseeleatilng. EXPECT A GREAT TEAM NEXT YEAR (Continued from First Page.) arslty calibre, and Put age's drop kick- i I nig manes mm a mo.si oesiraiue mall. I.ot-d. nf tin- freshman team mav : (take Kiddle's place. He Is very heavy 4. 1 and Is fnt for a man of his build. 1 r j I.llley may go out for center. Besides tjthls possibility history shows that Ihe A 1 center Is generally some senior who has never been considered for the po sition. I'ongdon had always been nn I end, Klilille n substitute tackle. Cooney ; and Hyde will both try for the position next year nnd If Hyde's physical con j ditiiui Is good he stands a very good I chance nf landing. 1 .lust, at present It looks ns If some I new man would have tn be discovered ' for Bride'," place. I.llley is too light ! for a tackle and Brown is not quite J fast enough. Uoebel may be shifted figain and Brown put in his place. Wheatnn's place nt halfback can h" ; filled by either Murphy or Daly and ; J'hilbln will have to fight to hold his place against those two and Messen ger nf the frwhmnn team. Returning Yale has the following tried nnd experienced men: l.ogan, Kll pntrlck, lloblis, Andrus, (ioebel, Nne dele, Phllliln, Murphy, Daly, Coy, Cooney, Hyde nnd Brown, though the Inst two with Kllpntrlck nnd Naednln are not Y men. Beside Vnughnn, Sav Kge nnd Messenger from the freshman class there l.s Merrltt, the quarterback who will fill a much needed want on the Ynle team. Merrltt will be n fllieff. Junior next year. It Is unfortiitiHti! that he Is go ing to Sheff. ns ho will be eligible for the varsity only two years. lie Is a, brother of Hoy Merrltt, the pitcher nnd was captain of the Andover team last year. lie wn.s quarterback on Krcil Daly's team nlso, and Hopkins, showed so much promise early I who Ihe .mwiii, " n u 1 1. 1 1 1 it 1 n ')''.', 11 1 ii" ' 1, un der him. Besides Merrltt, the follow ing men will be out for quarterback next year: Hopkins, Corey, Johnson and Bingham. A captain for the Ynle t oh mi will be elected tomorrow night and so far as can be learned there are but two men considered, Coy and Phllliln. lloblis could have the Sheff. voles if ho want ed them, but It U understood that ho, w not go after the captaincy ns he spent a. year at Dartmouth and played on the Dartmouth team before coining here, Sh" lid Coy not get the captain cy, Hohbs Is the man likely to he chosen ss he is an experienced leader and captained Andover three years ugo. THE VERY JOY OF IT Make it MORE joyful that tremendous contention of SAT URDAY. No sooner said than DONE. "J. & T." GLOVES, "J. & T." STEAMER RUGS, "J. & 17' FLANNEL SHIRTS, all SCORN biting breezes, and were MADE for additions to JOY. (iNCOHPOPATtD) OPP. THE TOWN PUMP Of the men considered, Coy Is thfl better. With tlie member of the team he Is the most popular of nnyona who could possibly be chosen. He ia a brilliant player and tlm kind of a man who would Inspire confidence In every man who played on his team. He U the kind of a man whom other men would work for and his personal mag netism would go a long way toward bringing together a winning eleven. He plays from the beginning to tlm close of a game and carries the bull more than any back on the team. At no time since the election of Tom Shevlln has there been a time when It hns been so plainly apparent as to who should be ehocen the leader of tho Yale team. The men who have a right to vote for captain are: Burch, Phllliln, Field, Johnson. Wheaton, Hobhs, Andrus, I.llley, Kiddle, Haines, Coy, Murphy, Corey, (iiiebel, Logan, Cooney, Krldcs and laly. Ten votes will be required for an election. Many students think that a Y should be voted lo I.ee (i. Warren who played through one-half the Urown game with two broken ribs and a broken collarbone. In previous years this hns occasionally been done, nnd no one ever deserved recognition moro than Wnrren. Tills Is Ills se nior year, so he will not have oppor tunity again to win a V. Kllpntrlck nnd Nai'dele both were Injured In a good cause but they will hnve another opportunity next year to get Into the game. Whichever wny the captaincy goes the probnble head conch Is Howard Jones, who turned out such a good team at Sy racuse this year. There Is tin closer student of athletics today than Hownrd Jones nor is there any one better capable of teaching men and teams bow to play. It Is under stood that Howard Jones would be willing to coach another year before going Into buslns. The head coach, ship will be offered to Captain ftiirch but be has nlreadv expressed his In- f .i..in. 1-,.. ...... Pinch like Howard Jones Is a close student of the game, and if he accept ed the appointment would turn out a winning team. Head Conch I.. H. Blglow left vester- I day for New York where he w enter , ,i, c.himbia law school Tad Jones i ,r,,,v" shortly for n visit with his I parents In Fxcello, Ohio, nnd will be married In Iecemher. i IOMMI It SHI HII F Willi IS AC CI SCO IN CAKAIACK SK. John D. Sharp, ex-sherlff of David sun county, Tcnn., probably will be tried Jointly with tin- Coopers In con nection witli the killing of Kdwn.rd W. earmark. Sharp Is charged In the Indictment with "moving, counseling nnd Inciting" the other defendants to kill earmark. This is the first photo graph of the ex-sherlff published since the tragedy. 'IS 'IS FOOTBALL CLOTHES For the Spectator, With the arrival of cool, snappy weather, do not delay ordering. GRUENER BROTHERS N&v" HAVEN HOUSE. p 'l l (0 AS ft ' ' ( lMk 1. (Scit t ) f V .' J. Jfi St ! NO CONSTITUTION IN SHAH'S DECREE Proclamation Denying Writ to Persia Will Be Posted in Mosques To dr.y. BANS PARLIAMENT, TOO Determined That I'lider No Shall National Assembly Kstiibllshcd Now, or Hereafter, Pretext Ho Teheran, Nov. 12. --The shah of Per sia has definitely decided thnt the. people shall not have a constitution, and his proclamation to that effect will be posted in the mosques to-morrow, It has been evident for some time past that t!ie shah waa becoming less nyl less disposed to summoning parliament nnd only recently, during an audience which he gave to the rep resentatives of the merchants, lie ahotved signs of anger at the mention of the restoration of the constitution and dismissed the deleegates from his presence. In his proclamatoln, t'e shah saya: ' ' "We are prepared to redeem our promise and convoke a. parliament, but we learn from the assembled rep resentative! of the people that they do not want a constitution. We have, therefore, decided to defer to their wishes, and the clergy nnd ecclesiast ics having recognized thnt the estab lishment of a parliament would con flict with the lnws of the Islam, we determined that In the future under no pretext jhall such a parliament be established. "Nevertheless In the Interests of right, we have given the necessary In structions for the maintenance of Jus tice. We bernby summon the ecclesias tical body to communicate to the whole people this our resolve, to protect the riglns of our subjects and frustrate the wicket designs of evil doers In accord ance with the religious law." The 11iRinle1u1r.ee of Justice" to wlili.n the shah refers, apparently has tn do with a long standing scheme to eiidifv the laws. The rtrlllsh and Rus sian ministers, who have been engaged In an attempt to Influence the shah to retore (lie constitution, are now ex pected lo bring stronger pressure to bear In this direction. The financial crisis, ingtther wlili the lung unpaid arrears In the salaries of the govern ment (ifflelnls nnd the army nlso Is likely to aid the constitutional agita tion. NO STRIKE NOW, SAY TRAINMEN (Continued from First Page.) I There is now a conference between the trainmen and the railroad going on ns to the adjustment of various differences. The newspapers are largely wrong on the subject as they hnve dealt with It so far. The dif ference Is over schedules. "If there should be a strlke,-all of New England would be without food In a few days nnd there would be a famine as we would tie up all sup plies." Mr. Wall further went on to report his denial of any knowledge of an ultimatum of Impending strike. Judging frmn the tone of this and other Interviews, there really Is no Immediate outlook for a strike. In derlying nil the words of several of the trainmen who were seen, how ever, there whs a strong current of Intimation that there was a large amount of possibility for a strike If tilings wer" not adjusted to their sat isfaction. The statements of officials of the road corroborate those of the em ployes to the effect that while there are grievances, the settlement of them Is most likely to be a peaceable one. It was also stated thnt the seat of trouble Is In Boston nnd that there Is no Indication of any dliflcultles here unless out of sympathy with their fel low employes at the other end of the system'. When interviewed last evening In regard to the reports of ultimatums which have been emanating from Boston. John K. Stevens, vice-president of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Co., said: "1 have been notified of no such ultimatum and of no especially acute trouble on any part of the system, at Boston or elsewhere. The men fre quently hnve grievances which we try to adjust with them and a. commit tee has been In session here for some time with tile officials of the road. It Is true that, men have been discharged hut it was on account of the hard times and others have not been forced to do their work after their own time was up. It Is my opinion that there Is no truth nt all In some of the statements published." Another high official of the road said thnt he believed the reports of a. strike are entirely false ami that Hi" men are not especially dissatisfied with the rondllions under which they are working. WM, PARSONS DEAD (Continued from First. Page,) officer In the army of occupation, and was appointed a scriool supervisor by 'Mr. Taft, then governor of the Islands, He occupied Jills position until about a year ngii when he was r moved to the Yakima (Indian) Training School, Fort Sfuicoe, Wash,, where his previous ex perience among the Indians was of great value. He o ipled (hla position at, the time of his death. iMr. Parsons Is survived by his widow, one son, nnd two (laughters, Catherine ami Bthel, hnt.li of whom are married and living In the west, His son, William Parsons, was an officer in Col. Bell's volunteer regiment in the. Philippines, nnd later resigned to be come nn oflicer In the Philippine con stabulary. Mr. Pursoiis' relatives in tills city are Col. Norris (!. Osboni, Mrs. S. A. York, Sr., Mrs, Frank Brown, i!. Ed ward Ostium and Mrs. (ienrge W. (if. burn The funeral will take plai.e tu-day In Portland. Rock Crystal Glassware, A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St. Friend E. Brooks, Furrier. Friend f,, rtrooks, formerly of Brooks-Collins Co., is loaned at 7-16 Chapel street, upstnlrg, where ho is showing a fine line of ladies' neckwear, muffs, fur and fur-lined coat, and dolus i,lf work at very reason able prices (Only "Brooks" in the city actively engaged in fur business.) GUNS AND OF. THE BEST QUALITY. Fdlson Phonographs and Records, Victor Talking Machines and Ztaoorda, A choice stock to select from. Pocket Cutlery the best makes. Key Fitting and Knife and Sdsaot Sharpening. JOHN E. BASSETT GUN STORE, 5 CHURCH STREET. W. F. Gilbert & Co. (Incorporated) 65 Church St. GOAL 444 GRAND AVE Good Coal, and Clean, Full Weight, and Lowest Market Price. We are pleasing others we will try and please you. Telephone 3412. suffering lighted study ' WvSilM Father, mother, y II WJ'M grandfather, slater, wa r IIf I member or the Tamny ail i fr enjoy gas light In the home. I) Work reading, or study Is a IA ' pleasure under Its bright rays. l J ' The eye strain from whloh o many thousands of persons are ly -I suffering to-day Is due to poorly II jw m mm mm mm J ... Us ugniea siuay rooms in ineir youm. fA Doctor bills are more expensive than . X Doctor bills are more expensive than a small monthly account for gocd gaslight. A amall mnnthlv accnuntfnr 001 H oraAllirht. K.T It doesn't pay to economize at the expense of j 11 It doesn't pay to economize at the expense of Wlth" The New Haven Gas Light Co. Salesroom 93 Crown St., New Haven, Ct For Thanksgiving. Brighten up your Dining Room with Berry Bros. Varnishes and High Stand ard Paint. Thompson & Belden Reliable Paint Dealers, 398 State St. Tel. 2140. 106 Court St. I ,1. it 1" '" f .l .1 . ., ii, -1 ORE'CARF'AN P - TH'UGHT 0F'MQNiTfTUL"WRK-THAK'PERHAP3" "NEY-CAiNl.BlY! For the Thanksgiving table nock Crya tal Is the very newest, tiling In slasa tablr ware. It Is llfilitcr in welfiht than uaual, while the oriuinii'iilnllon Is most (lellenlei nmi urnoeful, appealing lit. once to all tastes, WINK. (.I.ASSKS Cordials, Cocktail, Cliiret, Sauternc, Cliaiiiiaj;n(', Sherry, l'ort, nnd (iolilcts, Also (ho best assortment in higli-griulfl and niciliiiiu-pi'ii'cil dinner ware. Auccetsor to John RHclil A Co. AMMUNITION PRODUCES Heat PRODUCES Few Ashes PRODUCES Results PRODUCES Satisfaction 0pp. P. 0. KOLESAVER (Reg. U. S. Patent Office.) 87 ORANGE! ST., NEW HAVEN, CONN. Will Save 35 to 50 Per Cent, of Your Coal Consumption. If last veer you used ten tons o eoal this year you can get the am results with from Ave to als and one half tons. Do You Want to Save It ? Buy a package and try It. Full ln ' structlons on ench package, and so aim. pie thnt a child could use it. Ten Cents Proves It ! FOR THE FAMILY Father, mother, grandfather, sister, brother and every other 4 member of the family all enjoy gas light In the home. Work, reading, or study Is a pleasure under Its bright rays. The eye strain from whloh many thousands of persons are to - day Is due to poorly rooms In their youth. 54 8 HrtisTic-iHeiiierials GRANlIE- MARBLE. "Bronze, mlHOS.PHILUPS&SON Co TeL.3810 143 SYLVAN AVE. - 5HULD"BE - GIVEN - TiiEELECTl0N' ANYTHING" El: