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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1908.
these snappy November evenings 'NEWS OF THE STATElComfort 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 one gets if the briar pipe (the right kind) is handy and a little good tobacco I XOME ON IN ! The L L. Stoddard Tobacco Co. 940 CHAPEL STREET. Governor Hughes May Speak in i Mcriden Woman Struck by Automobile. ! FIGHT IN STREETS i at Night. ! OF CHINESE CITY DANBURY WOMAN INJURED FURS LADIES' FUR SETS In RiifcPlnn Sable, Hudson Hay Snble, Mink, Persian Lninli, Amor Iran niul .TupHiuw .Mink, Ulnck Lynx, Hluo Lynx. Natural Lynx, Hnum Murton, Snlilo Squirrel, Gray Squirrel, Cnruoiil, Siililo Vox, Isn holla Vox. MEN'S FUR COATS. Raccoon Coats from S.'iO to 7f; Wninlml, $3.j; Black Russian D'K, 925; Rluck .liiniuiPso (lont, $17.fi. ITlt-T.IVF.D COATS rinc Mink Llncfl, Knstcrn Mink, .lapnncsc Mink, Mii.aUrnt, natural and dyed; Mnrmot ritcli .Martin. I'rlres to 8.100. LADIES' FUR COATS In Alaska Seal, l'roncli Seal, Mtin jrnvn Seal, Russian l'onirs; black and natural brown, Sable, Gray Squirrel and Marmot; In all lengths from 2H to 52 Indira, for street nnd automobile purpose!!, FUR SUNDRIES. I CR OLOVFS and CAT'S firrnt variety for botli men and women, AlTOMORfLK RORT'S In fur and rloth (water-proof), In all sizes, for runabout and touring ears. I-TH FOOT MXt'FS Rest cold weatlier foot comforters for mi-tomoblllsts. Prices nifnti nothing unions ymi srr. the furs. We have Lvnx Sots from flo to SH.'i. We hive Mlnlf Pets from t27 t(i $250. ' The above nr names nf furs we hae In stork In ninny eases In larjrcr quantities thin wore ever before shown In tills rltv. The BROOKS-COLMNS Co. 795 CHAPEL ST. Double Rcar-I'iul Collision at Water bury Settlement of Ills Suit Other Happenings, Meriden, Nov. 21 A commit tec v polntPil by the iMerlden Business Men's association to see (iovernor Hughes ot New York and Invite him to be a. speaker at the annual banquet of the association, returned to this city to day after havlnff met Mr. Hushes. Tile committee reported that (lovenmr Hughes would xend his reply to the In vitation within a few days. Mr, Hughes, the numbers of the commit tee said, Inquired If President-elect Taft was cnmliiR to Merblen, nnd the committee replied that he was as the guest of the (,'ol inlal club. "I thought so," respond1 d the rov ernor. "It seems that everywhere 1 am Invited, Mr. Taft has been invited, too." The attainment of the pmilcst effi ciency of MINI) and RODV demands U nlcht of RF.AL RKPOSF. The sleeplnji jrnnnent should be of such FARKIC and Rl'ILD that the wearer Is not cons'lous of It, yet he could not "ell do without It. PA.IAMAS nnd RORF.S for nlitlit use, We have them In nrlous styles, kinds nnd weaves, Tlicy're MF.ANT to bring n nljtht of rest. i Nanking Mutiny Situation 5e I rious, Forcing Foreigners to Take Refuge on Gunboat. AMERICANS ASK FOR HELP Rock Crjstal Glassware, For the Thnnksfflvine table Rock Crys tal Is the Aery newest thing In glass tabic) ware, It Is lighter In weight than usual, while the ornamentation Is most ddlcatn and graceful, appealing at once to all tastes. WINK (JLASSI'.S Cordials, Cocktail, Claret, Sautcrne, Champagne, Sherry, Port, and (lolilets. Also the best assortment In lilgh-grndo nnd medium-priced dinner ware. A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St accessor to John Brxht A Co. MICHAEL ETZEL & SONS, Paw mill, wood turning and band pawing. Automatic variety, wood turn ing and polishing wheels, pulley pole., flag pc'es, fnee, hitching and clothes post,; and Micks, hard wood rolls, nil sizes. All kinds nntlvo lumber, fire place and kindling wood. 'Phone Connections. 101 Fairmont avs. MFRRF.R F.R SNK; MI ST OIK. I Albany, Nov. 2l.CSov. Hughes to day denied the application of a stay of ! execution in the case of William S. j Hrusch of Rochester, and the cxpcii tiou will take place at Auburn prison i .some time this week. The committee of alienists appointed by the governor to determines the condemned man' t mental condition reported today that I In their opinion Rrasch Is sane. Struck by Automobile. Dnnbury, Nov. L'4. While about to board n trolley ear In front of her Home In West street here to-day, Miss Lil lian Welnsteln was struck by an au tomobile and thrown under the trolley car. She escaped with severe bruises. The automobile was driven by the owner, Martin Todd, of Purdy Station, New York. Mr. Todd saw Miss Weln steln ns he rounded the corner of West street and turned his machine to one side but not soon enough to prevent hitting Ivr. The automobile- hit the rutbftone and upset, pinning Mr. Todd underneath but not Injuring him. 1Kb (INCORPORATED) OPP. THE TOWN PUMP SELL VALUED SITE Thompson Property at Corner of York and Chapel Streets Changes Ownership, IS SOON TO BE IMPROVED IF YOU NEED MONEY The. quickest and most, convenient way Is to take advantage of our new and Improved methods. You have the use of your property ns will as the money. Loans made on household furniture within a radius of twenty miles of New Haven. MUTUAL LOAN & GUARANTEE CO., Room 31 S Washington Rulldlug. 'Phone 17U. H Ms? State Firemen to Meol. Meriden, Nov. 21. Announcement was made here to-day that the regular mid-winter meeting of the Stat- Agri cultural Society would bo held in this city on December S, f and 10. Promi nent speakers from various parts of the country are expected to be present. Mary F. Thompson, of Orange, and llnrrlett Racon, of Salem, Sell to Messrs. Rrctrfelder nnd Asber. Double Rcnr-F.nd Collision. Waterbury, Nov. 24 -In A double rear-end collision on the Wntervlllo trolley line this morning, Miss Mamie Paly of this city sustained a sprained hack and possible internal injuria. Miss Josephine peldy, a broken ankle and several others less severe in juries. The trolley pole of the first of a Serb s of cars carrying op'rallvcs to work in the Wnterville factories, slipped off the wire and a car following ran Into It in the dense foe. Itefore the tangle had been straightened out a third dasheM into the wreck, causing tile injuries to passengers. The land nnd building at the corner of York and Chapel streets known as the Thompson property have been sold to Henry (.'. Hretzfelder and Harry W. Asher. Deeds of transfer were filed In I the office of the town clerk yesterday attrrnoon. Mary K. Thompson of Orange and Harriett Haco.i of Salem, Ma.s were the former owners nnd transferers. The property consists of a store and living apartments over It. The store Is occupied by the Highy drug tnre and It faces on Chapel street. The lot Is 5.1 feet on ("Impel street by in; fept on York street and parallel dimensions ate the same. The purchase price Is not disclosed. There ate two mortgages on It totaling $2S,n(lfl however. One of those la from the present holders to the Connecticut Savings bank for $18, 00U nnd the other to Mary K. Thompson for $10. noo. Mr. Asher when a.ked about the property said that he and Mr. Pretr, felder had bought It to hold as an In vestment am) that they were not going to put it on the mnrket. (General Im provements will bo made soon. Rrltlsh and (ierman Warships in the Harbor and (.rand Councillor at Peking Reassures Legations. Ashes Removed at Short Notice. I 13 ounniis. G'npral Carfn" flnp Hyp-unn stable. UUlCldl tjdlUJ., U .IIB. . Opposite Yanderbilt Hall. THE NEWSERVICE. COACH. COUPE AND tlVFRY SFRl'ir.F. F. K. SWAN. 1 AUTOMOBILE ATTENTION. ! 8""-3- 2r,r, Prelum! St ,,,,s Chapel street 'Phone 1010. j ii rugs! Splendid collection, small and medium size rug-s. Fine quality antiques in perfect condition; also splendid f examples of modern weaves. These rugs are sold with our guarantee. No chem- V ically washed or treated rugs in our store, ! J It's worth while coming to us when in need of orien- $! tal rugs. i ti I Have Your Furniture Attended loNow l Our fabrics comprise the largest shown In the slate. Our labor j"' Y cl barges arc moderate. Orders taken now will be delivered in lime for 4 the holidays t t indow Shade Co, Foot of Center Street, Open Salurduy KvciiIiiks. 75-81 Orange Street, f EDUCATIONAL. TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. RESULTS; NOT PROMISES The Butler Business School Regular Session Day and Evening. SIDNEY PERLIN BUTLER, President. 'Phone 3400. Y. M. C. A. Building. Elevator ATTEND THE BEST No Superfluities. Yale Business College Send tfor Cninloffue. 110 Church St. Tel. 1737. BENJAMIN SCOVILLE. Instructor in Bt.OCCTlOJf, ORATOnv, DRAMATIC ARTS AMD STAtiK DKJ'OHTME.NT. Boom 48 Insurance Building, 0 Chapel Slrcot. SCHOOL or DANCING LKNOX HALL, 6 TORK SQHARR - J. H. CAMI'llKLT,, INSTRUCTOR. Beginners' elans, Tuonday ev fine la f aspeml.lv, Thursilny eve. Jlnr nsseni. bly. hatiirdtty eve. Private lessons hv Rppnlniment. OHice hours, 7 to l) n m Circular. Tel. Dates open for rentals of Lenox Halls. nitt Suit Settled. Norwich, Nov. "4.- When the suit of Ttev. Charles H. Williams nf WorcstiT, Mass., aealnst the estate of John R. Johnson of C.r.enwlch fm- $::.fl0n dam ni."'s for ln.iirl"s sufT. i-i .1 ly tin- pi iln llff as a result of hin struck hy Mr. Johnson's nutoin"hi1o at Water str.et during the summer of 100", was called for trial in the superior court to-. lay. Kx-io .mm- Waller, counsel for 111" defendant, announced that a s"ti!emrnt of the case had been concluded out of court. 'Mr. Williams has aicre.-d to ac cept about JVlefl in settlement of hi claims. The accident occurred In Wntcrford at a point known as Mosehroe-'s crossing at which time Mr. Williams, who formerly lived In N'evv lnulon, was on his way to pre ich at a chapel in Waterford. He had just steppe.) off a trolley car when he was hit hy th" automobile, thrown to the sround. one o(.- broken, and other injuries Inflicted, which made his recovery seem doubt ful, for a time. Since the accident Mr. Johnson lias died. Pope Claim llenrinv. Hartford, Nov, II .-Moorings on claims to the amount of $.'l,fi!i4, disal lowed by the receiver of too l'o e Manufacturinc company occupied the attention of the superior court to-day. The largest claim Is one of JJil.tiPT. pre sented by Charles 11. Reach of Provi dence. The others aiv: Williams Ail toinc bile company. Columbus, ()., $r.M3: FiechliliR Co., New York, jnfl,42; ('. N. ChlWs, I'tl.a, N. Y $S20.L'ft, and the I'enlnsulir Kngravinn eomiinri)' of Toledo, $JIS.S5. Tied Cross Soclcly. Hartford, Nov. N. The annual' meet ing of the Red Cross society of Con necticut is in session this afternoon at the board of trade. There are thirty five accredited delegates, the majority of whom are present. Treasurer Cole, reported a balance on hand from last year of $(17.'!.riS. To this were folded membership dues amounting to J.'!Vt.7f, life membership dues of $1'0 and con tributions of $:!3. The receipts weri! IIXT.34 and the disbursement $.'.."o.P7, leaving a balance of Jii:if..:i7. Since No vember 2 has been raised by the salt, of lied Cross stamps for the crusade against tuberculosis. Han n (Jiimlug- Place, South Norwallt, Nov, :'4.-Albert W. Elliott, was tins morning found guilty of conducting a gaming place where games of poker had been played, and was fined $2") and costs by Judge J,ork wnod. Charles Everson, Angelo Alace, Harry Piatt and James christian, were convicted of frequenting the place, and paid lines and costs of $1,0 In each In stance. , Peking, Nov. 24. The situation at Nanking where a mutiny wn the part of the Chinese troops broke out on No vember 19, Is serlou. There has been fighting in the streets of the city, and srnie of the foreign residents have tak en refuge on board a British gunboat. Others of the foreigners elected to re main on shore. Till Information was conveyed to Peking today In official telegrams to the legations here. There Is also a Herman gunboat off the city. The 'American residents asked for a gun boat for their protection, but In view of the assurances given yesterday by Yuan Shi Kal, one of the grand coun cillor.", that the situation was quiet, and the incident of the mutiny closed, this request was not forwarded. The information coming In here contradicts the representations being made by the foreign hoard, and the legations have requested the hoard to supply them with further news. The war board announced today that it had l.'MO troops at. Nanking, pend ing the conclusion of the maneuvers. The new government at Nanking Is firmly established, and foreigners there do not entertain fears of an Insurrec tion. The troops, however, are belnfr. closely watched, for It Is feared that they may follow the example of the battery of artillery and the squadron of cavalry Ihat revolted last Thursday. The native press Intimates that the trouble In Nanking can be traced to opposition to the missionaries, but this charge Is without substantiation. According tn the announcement made at Peking, 500 troops at Nankin be came dissatisfied, owing to the propa ganda of a number of revolutionary agitators, nnd took possession of a fort at Nankin. They refused to obey or ders, nnd their position was promptly shelled hv a Chinese gunboat. They ! evacuated their position and fled to I the hil's, pursued by the loyal garri son. It appears today that the actual facts were withheld. CATTI.K Disi:sr. CHKCKKIl. Ponnsjlviinln Criisnilo F.tllclcnt 12 Counties Infected. Philadelphia, Nov. 24. The stnte nnd federal veterinarians are continuing the crusade against the spread of the cat tle disease, which has now been prac tically checked. The disease Is preval ent In twelve counties of Pennsylvania, I and during the course of the tight against Its spread, hundreds of animals I have been condemned ami killed. ! ihi:i; ti hm;vs. ; The llovlcr Kmplovcs to Itecche' Their Usual iliiiiiksghlng Itlril. ! At this Thanksgiving time the price ; of turkey may rise or the price may j fall, but It will not Interest one pertain I class of people In this country, nnd ; those are the employes of Muyler's, I both at the factories anil at the stores which are to be found In every city of i Importance. For It has been the ens i torn of Mr. Hnv ler to present nt this j time each year to each employe of six months' standing a large turkey and the custom will be followed this year as usual. It Is this policy of genornsily which lias contributed ns much as anything I to the success and wide sale of the : Huyler product", for to this alone can i be attributed the putting of such su perior Ingredients into their candies and chocolate. Thanksgiving candy purchased at one tit the Huyler stores vv 111 amply prove this. DIM , TO KXPI'.I, MFMUI'.K. St. Petersburg, Nov. 21.-The creden tials committee of the council of em pire has recommended the exclusion from rtie Duma of M. Marin, a consti tutional democratic representative of the 7.emstVo of Kostroma. This action was taken because the local authorities of Kostroma have begun proceedings against M. Marin on account of a treasonable speech delivered by him there. niC. KM,0() MST IX AIR. I lilted Slates With Two Passengers Is Among the Missing. I-os Angeles, Nov. 24. Pome anxiety Is felt here for the snfety of captain August Mueller and H. (I. Hutchinson, who ascended yesterday In the big bal loon United States, Intending to reach an altitude of 20,000 feet, If possible The nscent was Intended merely as nn experimental one, nnd the bag wis filled with Illuminating gas, which tt was estimated would Jiold the basket up for At least twelve hours. Nothing has been seen of the balloon since yes terday afternoon, when It was still over the city, hut at a great height From San Bernardino came a report that nn object high In the heavens which may or may not, have been the balloon, was sen over that city. IOMlOV MWiVAIXF.S. To lime Strong Christmas Xumhers With Story mi'! Picture. The London Graphic, the Illustrated London News, Hie Sketch, Holly Leaves, Rlack and White, snd other London magazines will make an unusu ally line showing In their Christmas numbers this year, (iraphlc will have some "xcellent col or lithographs and some entertaining stcrles. Holly Leaves, title of Chnstn'a.i num ber of Illustrated Sporting nnd Dra matic News to contain a story by Jack London, "The Passing of Marcus O'Rrlen" and other excellent tales. The Illustrated London News, will have a story by Max Pemherton and many other strong features. Hlark nnd While will have some fine color sketches and stories. Sketch will be strong In picture and story nnd will be nn excellent mini Iter." I A PAX OI'KXIXti IT KOKKA. COWLKS THANKS AITO CM H. Chief Cowbs yesterday expressed his thank to the Automobile club for Its assistance In enforcing the spe.l law football day, and to Its members for the loan of antes which were used by the police In covering the city, "The assistance given the police by the auto club aided ns greatly, and I want to thank the officers of the club and particularly Attorney C, M. Rob inson, who addressed the men. nt headquarters Saturday noon," he declared. MRS. J. H. DUNN. Reglnnors' classes In dancing now forming. Private lessons by appoint ment. Telephone Hllt-fi. Hours. 3-j, 7-10. 8 CHAPEL, ST. Investigating Death. Hartford, Nov, 24.-JMrs. Joseph Richie of Morris street was found dy. Ing this morning at her home from an over dose of laudanum. By her side was her dead child, while her husband was on a hunting trip In Saybronk. It. is nld thai the father gave Inslrur tloiN to an undertaker for the burial of bis child before going on bis out ing of pleasure. He is a baker. Mrs. Richie Is now in a precarious condition In the Hartford hospital. It Is not known whether the child died from neglect or uiis a victim of all acciden tal overdose of liiiiniUiiium. The pollen are iiivc.-Hgailng the circumstances. t f 090 CHAPEL ST,, () i Now Haven House. llslalillshlng Stcani-lilp Line ami Rail rond rs Oiillel for Products. Toklo, Oct. 21. -It has been decided to rslabllsh a regular steamship ser vice between ,Inp:in nnd Fusnn nnd other ports on the coast nf Korea, and three steamships already are making the runs. The vessels are subsidized by the Korean government. In the matter of railroad develop ment In Korea, the Japanese authori ties have determined upon the linking up nf the Korean system with the Manehurlan. This Is to he accom plished In three years, and It entails the construction of a bridge across the Yalu river. The Korean resldncy general plans to attract passengers from Pnrbn to Chclmulpo, whence thpy would reach Japan overland by way of Seul and Fusan, and then by si earn shl p. pi,f:sxt surprise. A very pleasant surprise party was tendered Master Robert Murphy at his residence, 509 Congress avenue, nn Thursday evening. The evening was spent In playing games and piano se lections. Among those present were the Misses Josephine- Rruckburhler, Julia and Anna Dottghan, Matilda Bor man, Mary and Catherine Mason, Phlliplne Rraun, Sarah Rellly, Anes O'Brien, Gladys Rrusle, Lena Murphy, the 'Masters Thomas Mason, Everett Dudley, Lester Fowler, Harold Farren. Albert Hrui'kbuchler, Harry Rurrell, Thomas O'Brien, Fred Faulkner, Wil liam Mulvey. Nell Ploehn, Jos'-ph Cook, John Draper, John McQueeney, Will iam Murphy. Frank Mlnnlx, George McKer, Waller Card, Mrs. Ruhr, Mrs. J, Mason. Mis. ,1. .Met Sough. Mrs. Rrurkburkler, Mr. and Mrs Murphy. The. party broke up at midnight, wish ing him many happy returns. Friend E, Brooks, Furrier, rrleml I' Brooks, formerly of rrooks-ColIlns Co., In located nt 740 Chapel street, upstairs, where he Is showing a flno line of ladles' iii'ckwcai, mulls, fur nnd fiir-llmd coats, anil doing fur work at very reason able prices I (Only "Brooks" in tho city actively engaged in fur business.) GUNS AND AMMUNITION OF THE BEST QUALITY. Edison riionogrnphs and Records, Victor Talking Machines and Record. A Choice stock to select from. Pocket Cutlery the best makes. Key Fitting and Knife and Sdaaov Sharpening. JOHN E. BASSETT GUN STORE. 5 CHURCH STREET. IDA ir 99 PRODUCES Heat PRODUCES Few Ashes PRODUCES Results EJ PRODUCES Satisfaction W. F. Gilbert & Co. (Incorporated) 65 Church St. Opp. P. 0. 444 &RAKD AVE Good Coal, and Clean, Full Weight, and Lowest Market Price. We are pleasing others we will try and please you. Telephone 3412. KOLESAVER (Reir. U. 9. Patent Office.) 87 ORANdB ST., NEW HAVEX CONN. Will Save 35 to 50 Per Cent, of Your Coal Consumption. Tf last roar you used ten tons ot coal this year you can pet the sams results with from Ave to mix and one hr.lf tons. Do You Want to Save It ? Buy a package and try It. Full In Ptructlnns on each package, and so slm pie that a child could use It. Ten Cents Proves It I FOR THE FAMILY -mm is?" MiW kj . mil ii 3? V 1? IJ a Father, mother. grandfather, sister,, brother and every other member of the family all enlov c4s lisrht In the home. Work, reading, or study Is a pleasure under Its bright raya. The eye strain from which many thousands of persons are suffering tn-rfav In rlufl to noorlv lighted study rooms In their youth. Doctor bills are more expensive than a SmfllLmonthlv ar.r.nmt for ornnrl tranllorht. It doesn't pay to economize at the expense of , The New Haven Gas Light Co. Salesroom 9j trown at., new naven, cc 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. ! I" rv.i.fi .; -oinirrt Jlrtislic-memerials 6RANHE- MARBLE. BBNZE HiEHIOS.FHILLIPSiSON Co 148 SYLVAN AVE. i mmOR E- CAR E-ANI)-7H'UGHT-5H0UI.&-BE-GIVEN'Tf1E-3ELECTIN' ytur'MQNUnENuL'W'RK-THAK' PERHAPS' ANiTrlING-ELSe