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MOtvNISCi JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1908.
A J. J. .4 wt wwttwmHMHw whh wj i The .1. t J" f- fr liml parses lis height prli-rs begin Id drop off. 'J'hnse ci iuiniiiit iitly In. lined, rind willing In "nil. tret hut nl prices Hint hit not cniiiiiicii'uinilc with their mines. A lslt In nui' slore In nil li'iirtinnils will show iiniiilslnl.iibh oildcnce or ll iiili k-rei Pilliii; thin In price t i LADIES' FUR HATS If there wiim miy question lihoiit, Ihe pi'P-PiulueiiPP In fashlou'n rlioli'i' of fur ImH. Ilii- grp( Kiltlif'l'liiK l"s iNllli.tbiy III (hp YnIp Kick! Milled It. The lending niid liirgpsl rlllcs In tlp country t.lipn revpiilcd Ihi'lr pIhiIit. Our nssnrtiiipnt of llipsp linls Im lnrgp, vni'lrd noil bpati tlfiil, iiml In no slni-p lire siipIi ivnndcrfiil vnlurn nfTored, TIip finest of fur lints nt $58,00 nm' f''"1" l,u,:i'' nuistPrplppps of richness, qunllty nml brnut v down to ciitIIpiiI Imitations ns low lis $3,98, TRIMMED HATS Nowhere lornlly vlll you find such ii vast range of Trlinnipil Hals ii few Imported niodpls, score of Ipudln AmrrU'nn niod pls mid linndrpds of beautiful Hals from our own workroom flint vIp wild ltof.1i In i!ijty. Iipimly nnd originality. Fiich mid I'MTy one rrdnrrd in prlro. X t t t X f f t r MUHLFELDERS 841-843 Chapel Street. WESTYILLE. A very dellphtful danee will he given In Lenox hull this evening hy the W'rst vllle .social and Athletic etih. This Is the thirty-sixth dance given by the members nnd It Is .ure to he n success. Jarneg W. Stanford's orchestra will furnish the nuisle for dancing. I'eter B Kenneally and family Whalley avenue moved Monday on Tour avenue. The cellar was started today for the house which l. to be built by Dr. O. 11. Xettleton of College street on Forest street. John McOulre Is 111 at his home on Barnet street. A Thanksgiving service win be held it St. James' church, Thursday mnrn ng nt 10:30 a. m. Mi.s Laura Luce. who has been the sales outstrip of brands old enough to be its great grandfather, because extra ordinary merit is found in every bag. You need only the first sack why. Tide's Recedin V THE MILLINERY PRICES ARE GOING DOWN, It's it mlslnl.o Ik tlilnli ll'.it (loii's iiiiiUp prices. Il's f Im- public ileniuiiil for the goods. Inch soii.oii In millinery ere nti's n demand: as llir season iiilvnnoe LADIES' FURS Yp don't until t ontlelpatp (lip Imllduy trmlp. hut ir ,ini limp. furs In mind for n itift now Is Hip tlini- to nrt. In-li nd of prlpps rrccdiiis llip w ludo-iile prices within n month hitvp Jumped upward In soiiip mips I hp ndvnni'p Is ovpr 100 per cpnt, AVp nrp selling furs lit rnrly rnll prices. f ' T 4- i T guest of Miss Maud Hogerj street for a few days returned to her limno In NTnntle, ronn., , e- terday, COTTHFA' COT' 1ST I ;i,l ', Til )S. Sleplipn Whltiipy, Hip Only en 11a veil Man In he CIkv-pu. The I,nw S"Iimh; society nf Cirhey I 'i'irt last n'tfht ami. .m, ,,., tilr r 1 1 -. w ' lug election; Krntn lfn'9 Henry P. itlnrre ef Three Tuns, m.; Henry v, viiekford, Mem phis; George t.. Wen, of Harwich. M.1B. From 1M0 Howard '. Hn'es, Phll.i delphh; Theodore K. Kirchler, IVlle. vllle. l''rnin 1011 - .T.nrcs v. Chri.-ue, Sr-v Vorli; P. W. I'l'worlh. New Vn;l(, 'iiT'les M. l'es'ierden, S'araford; Ste. plieti Whliney; Arthur Wreen, llrldge port. I S 10,000,000 I)i;I, COM MMT! l. 1 I'hiladelphia, Nov. 1 1 A ileal w as completed here to-dny whereby rontiol of t;,e J I l.iKiil.iiilO Lake Supu I ir rev- j pnratlmi parses from a I'lilladelpiiii ' financial InsiituMon to interests 'ire . 'seated ininilv bv NioV York and Phll.i didp'ila parties. the records to tell you swaatf q jj i CASE GOES TO JURY Ars'inurnU; Alone Remain to Bo Heard To-d-ay Before Put- j tins I.amph ore's Life in Balance. DOCTOR TELLS OF POISON I'iiiumI Strychnine, Hut Will Nol Say It ( nilf.eil Hciilh of Tire Il thus I'lidcriiiUer VmiI Arsenic. hn Porte, Ind., Nov. L'l. Evidence to. day unn flnlslipd nnd lo-iiion'o,v the nttornevf, m mke their m-miiMents In J Ihn trial of Hay I.nmphcre of Hie mur der of Mrs. Bella lunncns and her thre chlMrcu, hy M'ltlng lire In the llunneps h"u..,-e on April 2S. Til" enw w ill proh.'ihly v;o in the Jury to liiori-mv nlpht. 'I'o-day'K Kcsslon lasted less than two hours. 1 ir. Walter f Unities of chl ca?;n was the principal witness. He testified us to his examination of the stomach;: mien from what were sup- pus d to pp the bodies nf Mr nnd two of the children. I (iunness said he received tin1 stomachs In n sle.ale seilcd In f and that th.v had almost run to-, seiner. He ronilnued: "The only por-;ibiy aualvsis was by iisIiik the mas-. o;;ithe' 1 fouinl an ahimd.'ince of ars nie ami a quantity of strychnine. There was enou:;h strychnine to Inve caused the di iihs of three pel.'.nns." Ml cross-ex.iMiiiiat.i.in, hov. eii-r, 1 'r. Maine slated licit lie could m sa that the three ji, r...,i.: w hose slomaeh he had an.ily.i d had died of slr.Mdi nlne pois.'nlni;. "The poison found in the stomach after death," he snld. "is lint usually the poison w hich ha i caused death, for that has been ab sorbed and lias irone to the remote arteries of the body." The witness also said that lie could not state 11 ISO f;f 1 1 1 Ul.l ( lie whether the poison ducr d Into t he sloe ui had been Intro. maehs .N'fore or after (b ath, or win llier It came from within or came throimh the walls of the orpan. "The pnlsoll llllcht just as easily have been Introduced after lent h." sa id 1 r. I laines, In rebut Cutler, a uttal the state called Austin in undertaker, nt whose nioricue the bodies of Mrs lutim f" land her three children, as well as the body of Andrew liidgelehl, lay for more than three weeKs. lie testified that In the preparation of the bodies he used formuhlehwlo and about llf I teeti pounds of arsenic powd1 r This j powder was put all over the bodies and Into the cavities, I CANNON PROTESTS HE IS HARMLESS Of Course There. Will Be Honest Revision of the Tariff of Just the Kind thc People Voted for. ' NO NEED OF ''FRETTING" Abniil Sclcill'Ul of Successor lo 1 Help .Top, l idicr. as That Hrld;;!1 M HI Vol Miiip In Pa1 Crossed I ntll Maridi. Was hlngti.n. Nov. :i. Ii.clarlng that there will l-e an honest r.'lslon of the tut Iff and that there Is no present ti.e.1 of "fretting" about the selection of a speaker for the hmi-'o, Speaker Cannon arrived li'i'e from his pome In Illinois late to-day for ihe approaching ipeeal session of coii rivss. lie add -d to the n. wspap. r ni. n who greeted him that lie believed that Hie people would gel the sort of tariff revision that they oe,l for. l,nter he issued the statement which follows: "The election of speaker for the siyiv-first cnii-ri'liR is yet a oonsldiT- aid., di'tame In the fulnie. When that i.mgress Is ,l to assemble - which I presume wlil be sonic time In March the republican members of tle llOUSe of 'r presejl t a I v c,s will hold a caucus, as has beeii'lhe custom from the foundation of the parti-, and select n candidal" for speaker to be mip poileil .y the parly at the organiza tion of the house. piesntnc that Ihe fi present a i l es will be pelfeclly com petent to select t It Ir speak, r, and I do not s. ,, .,ny present need for fret ting about, tlm matter. "' if course, there will be ail holiest revision of the tariff. Wo made the campaign on thai Issue, and every re publican member was elected with that In i lew. Kvery one i those republi cans, without nn exception will, I be lieve, sttlve to the best of Ills inlelll gepce and abi'ity lo attain the tariff results dc-lrcd by Ihe people who elect ed hliu. All will not have the same views and each one cannot have his o ti way altogether, There must be mutual concession and (ompr.unl.-e, out, of which will come the result which otf the whole Is most acceptable or least objectionable to nil, That Is ac cording to civilised and enlightened government. It is the barbarian who expects to have everything his own way Million! regard to his neighbor. Whoever U elected speaker of the next h'rfiJS" must so perform his functions as to assist Hie house In arriving at the result which will he.-l represent the views of the responsible parly In the house striving carry out Ihe will of the people who eleeled llllll. Ill over thirty years experience In the house, some time under one parly control, .mile time under th oilier. I have nev er i.r.n Hie responsible political parly go v ill'ully naginst what ll thought to h" ihe sentiment of the people. Mis take!! have some, times been made, as In the case of the Wilson bill, enacted by the di luocra 1 1r ropgress; hut I he. Here that the representatives In the house earnestlv tikd to r() what they thought the jitiude wiintud, i BOSTON CEl EBH ATES HnrvnnVs Victory Ton Much for a Crowd of Roughs to RUiid. SHOW WINDOWS SMASHED ScM'i nl 1 toi iiIiim n Slores Hnd to He place r.roken W indows t undy Stolen, Too. ll'v-tim, Nov. ;4--Pevprnl of the ptnrca In the downtown district tire todny ro pliichuj I heir plate glusn wlnihovs which wei'o wniiislieil hy it. crowd of roiiKlm which piini'led t Iip strpot. Patur-d.-iy pvpiiIiib under the pubo of Unr vnrd Fliiileuts In the net of relebratlns H'" f"otl.nll victory over Yale. Seven "tores, four of them locnted near tno junction of Hummer n,,l Hawlcy streets, where (lie greittest nmount nf j damage was done ni'O having t li o 1 r j show windows replaced, the cost of j with di Is beinc; borne by thn Insurance companies. The watchman In ('. V. Hovey & i'o.'s store on Smiint"r street, where two larfie plate kI.iss windows were smashed, said that about II o'clock a lai'Ke crowd of men nnd boys ctune marchliiK down fiumnu'r slrecl, wltll arms locked, ami when near llawley Ut reet be.un throwhiR clones. A mass of concrel thrown tin am small stones was mm a large sect ion of the show window nnd the entire 11?-lit was splintered. Th" window In which the men's fiirnishhijj Roods were displayed was also smashed. It Is understood that the patrolman who saw the nioh did not think that there were any real Harvard students In the crowd. The Welsbai h company mi le oppo site side of f.umnier s' at the cor ner of Haul' V street, had six liob'H I r dien In as many windows. The mira cle of It was that not a cent's worth of damage was done tin1 display of pl!i.s lamp shades, altliouch the stone fell amoi'i; them after ( 1 1 s t mt'slus a lars chandelier. A smaller section of the I window, higher up, nit which n "liteld had 1 i painted In irold leaf, wns nlsn nnnsheil. The row of smaller windows on the Hawh y street side of the build. Inif, which Is ns-il for llshtlncr the store were nil ma-kei where stones had struck them, or smashed. Just below nn Putnmer street ,1 Ifirijn hole showed In one of the show win dows of the Thomas T.ntur company. A K(nnp h i I 1 thrown thrnush without dnm.iRdiiR II, (dropping Iti'dd yepend row of plass windows .lust In side the show spaces. It was only Inst Thursday that the word "l.ocn:" had :,e,.n painted hi gold h af on the broken window, A l.itTe window In the Hoiwe Part- lldn:e ceiiipaay's store ell Haw ley street was al-n .-mashed bv a stone of good Jv S... This crv same llrrht of glas was broken by burglars about two , weeks airo and good taken from the ( sliow cprteeS i I'p mi Treinont st-et two iTge hop I were sniaOvd In the front window of the Cunavk candy .store at the corner! of Winter street. Not only was the win- ! d'w smashed, but randy wa-s alio stolJ en bv men In the creed, who had reached In through the holnq made by j the sone.. H. . Wlnshlp at 1a Tre- I mcnt street, also suffered the loss of his large slvw window and the Wool I Piano company at 17:1 Tremont street, V Vso v Indow extend.-. iierns the entire front of the store, suffered a like o.s. BLANKET OF FOG I "(intituled from First Page.) nhsence of snow to melt Into nice it't slush. It was a bad nicht out mi the I sound and several boats were ost j within the breakwater, but at tnid-nlr.-ht pearly all of them had been re ported rocnveri d. Those who went out j in the boats did It onlv on the most ; urgent business and some of them tem poral Hy o"t tledr bearings. No spe la means were taken by the ll.ththmts 's for the use of sirens, the danger not j In illg believed to be severe ( Hough. I The Klehard Peck steamed up the liar I bor about an hour late, j To night the f,,g will continue, hut In : a reduced ibgree, for to day a light rain Is expected, To-morrow there will 1 be cither rain or snow and hy Friday ; I he fog will have departed. j QQ NCERT AT MATTEAWAN Thaw licnlcs Thai licln Arranged It for Ills Amusement. rmiglilioepslc, X, V.. Nov. TI Tim report that Kvlin Xesblt Th.uv, nt her husband's rerpiest, had arranged for a conerrt which was given to (lie patients at Ihe Matteaivnn state hospi tal to-day la conn mlb-tcd by Harrv K. Thaw In the following statement made by hi in to-night: The aniieuiieement In a, Xvv York paper was right as In an entertainment hnvhijf been ni'Mtiged for by some ont sble person for the henetlt of the Mat. tea wan nsluui pa I lent.", and that It. K Thaw had nothing to do with P. A numicr of visitors were present, but they h'lil not even n glimpse of Mr. Thaw. He did not attend the concert but siient the entire tifternon with his mother in another part of tha build ing. It had been reported that the visit ef the New York orchestra which gave the concert had been pi-Hinged by Kve lyn Neshll Thaw (n break the monoto ny of her husband's existence In the lilg asylum, Tlill UHI lilllK.i.; i.npvf, Hltlle Hock, Ark.. Nov. -21. -Latest reports fnun Western Arkansas to night show that although first reports of the number killed In yest.ordny's tor nado were exaggerated, Ihe property damage will he greater than expect ed. Heparin so far give names nf hut four known to be dead, nnd about (If. leeu known lo bo Injured. Seventeen oilier deaths are reported but, name-, are not given. III HHI W OHPIIW Silt MITV P.M.L The Hebrew Ladles' nrplian society In ld Its annual ball In the Second reg iment armory last nig.it There was a. large attendance present to enjoy a pli-UEaiut ei uiiiug uf iLiaclng. Selected Eg'gs for Select Table Use In China In this country we want them while the hens are still cackling. There need be no more uncertainty in buying eggs. You ran get them in sealed boxes of a dozen ' guaranteed. The best eggs from the best farms, from the best breeds of the best laying henssealed in boxes and sent straight to your grocer. You do not take the smallest ris''- We take it all if the seal is unbroken. Strictly Fancy Eggs at a reasonable price , Eltse Ribbon Eggs your grocer ean 't supply you, write us DILLON & DOUGLASS. New Haven and Hartford, Conn. Springfield, Mass. Providence, R. I. SAVANNAH LIGHT CAR RACERS READYiSECOND DEGREE Drivers Called Together Last Night and Given Final In- ; stnictions for To- day's Race. WILL START AT 11 O'CLOCK I iflcpii t ontPslunis lo hp liPiidy f Slartlns (Jun fJriind PH Jiuci' Starts To-morrow Morn ing nt 11 o'clock. Savannah. Oa., Nov, M. All nf the foreign and American drivers who are to pilot cars In the International light iar and grand prlz11 races were called together tonight at the headquarters of the Automobile Club of America, In j the Hotel t,. Solo and given their final i Instructions for the races. The light par event, a H'l lap run around a short ten mile rectangle, will he Marted to morrow morning at 11 o'clock and the Indl atlons point tonight to hi dual en- (rants. ip),,, Krnn pr(7n rn nf 4(V'.ns nillci, the longest road race ever run In 'Amer ica, will he started at 0 o'clock Thanksgiving morning, with "0 of the fastest cars representing France, tier many, Italy and the Pnlled States, en tered. The condition,' of Ihe races and Ihe rules of the course were read tb the drivers tonight through interpreters and the last doubt fill points were dis cussed and disposed of. Kverythlnc Is In readiness for the lizht car race to morrow. The tlnv racliK machines will be sent avvav nt half minute Inter vals, and If all goes well, the last of Ihe fifteen .should har.llv be under way before Xn, l comes swirling down the home stretch In completion of the first lap. The unusually large number of laps to the race and the abort Intervals separating the cars are expected to furnish plenty of excitement to the thousands gathered at the Mulsh line. The only serious accidents of the prne tlre period have occurred to the light cars and there Is not a little apprehen sion tonight lest the more daring of the drivers should send their frail little .charges along tomorrow nl too great ft jpeed for safety. Tin re are but four turns on the course, however, and all are well hanked. Six" hundred troops are to be thrown about the racing roads and (In given are tn be stationed at short Intervals. Wltli the light car race starting at 11 o'clock the result should he known shortly after .1 p. tn., for (he experts are expecting that the little racer" will Vie able to maintain an average speed of between 4 a and "o miles an hour. The exact distance of the race I lmi miles. The two absentees from the 1 starters originally announced for to morrow's race will he "The American Aristocrat," which did not arrive, ami the Oregolre, a French entrant, which fleorge Robertson, the winner of the Vn nderbilt cup and the Fa irniiuiut Park races this year, was to have driven. Iloberlson did not receive Ihe rar until yesterday and found II could not be gotten Into condition to make a proper showing. The S. P. o. car which crashed Into two trees and went completely thrmufh 1 2 inch telephone pole last Saturday, when Mechanician lie Hosn was killed, has been practically entirely rebuilt since the accident, and although It. had not been nut on the course up to to-night It. was announced as a sure starter. Herbert Connors will be at the wheel Instead of Jean Ju Masse, who was Injured in the wreck, The revised list of light cars and drivers starting to-mnrrow morning Is as follows: No. 1, S. p, O., (.'minors; No. 2. Lnn cln, lllllhird; Xo. 3. (Tin liners-1 letrolt, Hergilnll: No. fi, Cameron. Cameron: No, il, Isntln, Poole; No. S, Hulck, Hiirnian; No. 0, Maxwell, S. R. R, ; No, in, Chalm ers l let roll, Lorlnier; No. 11. Hulck, Hearne; No, 12, Maxwell, Costelln; jr, n, Chalniers-Iietn.lt, Burns: No. H, Hulck, Kaster; No. Hi, Maxwell, Mnn weller; No. VI Hnlek. Jaffcrs; No, 17, Maxwell, Kelsey. 'flic rule closing the course to prac tice In da, v was rescinded by the An toniol'lb flu Ii this af'tetniion, and niost lighl ears look n.lvnn'ayo of the hour allowed to them as exclusive occupants of Hie ten mile rectangle, Later is the day nine of th" twenty entrants In Hie cup lace went mil. The Lozle:1 car. one of ihe American team had a narrow escape from toial wreck Mils liioi'idiig. when Mulford, a ui". ha nca n. lost the road and look the bark off II Ills oak tree. Hue wheel, slightly dalllsycl, was .pilckll r-pl iced and Ihe ear iiioild several of H lasted laps this a fi ,'ii'nooii. The speed honors of the il-i.v. however, weir to jiePalnia, of Ihe Kla I -1 ta I ia ll team, who made a circuit of i he. r. 1 : miles p, ; j . 5 5 , Two ocean steatite, , laden down with enthusiasm, .itijci i p. .lav. They wVre ht Id up a! the mouth of ihe river for uoveiiil hours hy lug. .-Special train 50 year eld eggs are a delicacy. from New Verk and from ninny eilles In the snuili liigan tn arrive lo-ulght n mi the clt;' Is crowded. FOR SCH1RRMAN Dan bury Murderer Convicted After Long Trial Shot His Common-Law Wife on thc strcct- JWAS OF A GOOD FAMILY Ilpfcnsp Was Insanity Miirtlrrcr I'lipcd AftiT Hip Crimp, lint Whs l.nlci1 Caught in FlshUIII. nnnbury, Nov, 24. The Jury In the case of Fdivlli Pchlrrnian, who has been on trial here the jiast week for the murder of Ida Potter, brought In a verdict to-nlcht of murder In t.ie second degree. As soon as the ver dict was made known to the court Judge Case, Si hlrrnian, who had been State's prison for life. The final arguments In the ease were made this afternoon and the case went o the Jury at 4 o'clock, who returned to render their verdict at 11 o'clock. The Jury, It Is said, .stood for a. 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It repairs broken down nerve tissue and builds strong.healthy nerves that enable yon to with stand the worries and annoy ances unavoidable In business. VINOL QUICKLY CURES A YOUR MONEY BACK IF VINOL FAILS TO HELP YOU Hull's Corner Drug Stores, Now Haven Cor. State and Cliapal Sts. Cor, Howard and Congress Aires. Is brken. ' 1 for .second degree murder. The ef forts of tile ten to bring the second degree Juror to vote for llrst degree murder were unavailing and tha twelve dually voted for second degree. When sentence vvas pronounced by Judge Case Schlrrmun, who had been exceedingly nervous, said: "I thank The prime for which fchhrmnn Is to pay the life penalty vvas committed on the night of June 6 last vvhen he shot and almost Instantly killed' Ida Potter while walking with her in Main street. Si hlrrinan made (fond his escape, and was not caught until several we"ka later when lie was found In Flshklll. Ida potter, who though she was not married to Schlrnnan, had lived with him off nnd on for some time and was the mother of five chlldre.i. She had separated from Scblrrnian previously lo cnining to tlnnluiry and secured em ployment at the home of Robert Lake. Schlrnnan came to tlianbtiry and it is supposed tried to induce her to return to him and on her refusal shot her. Sehlrrmnn, who was married but whose wife had not llv d with him for sometime, was a member of a well-to-do Pniighkeepsli1 family nnd every ef fort was made hy them to defend him Ht the trial. The ground of Insanity was taken by the defense and mem hers of the family nnd other Tough keepsle residents testified as to his seemingly insane acts since he was a boy. j The summing up by the attorney for (lie dfetiBe and prosecution whs par ticularly keen, especially that of Prose cutor Stiles Judwin In his arraignment of the alienists which the defense had brought In to prove Schlrrlnan's In sanity. Srhirrinan will he taken to Wethers field tn-niorrnvv. BRAIN FAG won't attack you 11 you repair used-up nerve torce with Vinol. Vinol puts strength Into your system It gives you vitality and energy It nourishes your brain and body and keeps you In a perfect state of health It quickly re-establishes strength after any severe Illness. DYSPEPSIA Is due to derangement of the digestive organs and their In ability to assimilate nourish ment. Vinol strengthens the overtaxed and weakened di gestive nerves and helps your stomach do Its work. COLD AND STOPS A COUGH