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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1908.
n ilssk r n m fTYfl R'i i ) m m jar w i m H&t. tm wfa. m 1.1 sP II 1 Why, these grapes? Because from the healthful grape comes the chief ingre dient of Royal Baking Powder, Royal Grape Cream of Tartar. Alum-phosphate powders ars made with hirsh mineral acids and must be avoided". FORKIGN ECHOES. The Hague, Nov. 30. Tin second Chamber of Parliament today adopted tho nrhitratlon treaty hotween Holland and tlic United States. London, Nov. 30. The Vail Mall Gaz ette announces a forthcoming treaty and alliance hetween f!rnt Britain and Holland, and predicts that other gov ernmonts will soon nrr.mKo treaties for the protection of the Netherlands, rf this Is true. It Is another Mop In the diplomatic. Isolation of Ormany. Rome, Nov. 30. Reraupo of a severe cold the Tope hns suffered a relapse Vhlch la causing some anxiety. Owing to a slight, fever lie Is ohllsfjj to remain In bed. Drs. Pet arid and vjirchlatava Visited the Tope and, nfier a ('.ireful examination, Hiinoiuieed that. If proper care were taken, with thorough rest, lio complications would arise. TUBERCULOSIS EXHIBIT Picture of Horrors of Disease niifl Pre ventive Moans Shown. New York, Nov. 30 To-day the ehar Ity organization moiety beg;m Its ciim palgn of eduontlnn In curing and pre venting tiiherculnpls and to-nlicht Its rnammoth exhibition at the Museum of Natural History wns formnlly opened by Mayor McOlellnn. The exhibition lo Which 50,00(1 feet of floor spnee Is ce Voted, Includes exhibitions from every fate of the Union and from llfteen foreign countries. Sumo objection hns been made to the realistic dinrnoter oi ome of the figures end tenement room reproductions at the museum, nnd to the Illustrative pnlntlnus. Hut those In charge explnln thnt experlelire bus Bhown the necessity of vividly impress ing the seriousness of the disease against which they are fighting. MOR AFTER DETECTIVE'S 1,1 I K. Marlon, Ohio, Nov. 30. Following the killing of J. W. C Jackson, a farmer 50 years old, on his place near Marlon, lata to-day by II. It. Curry, a railroad detective, mobs formed on tho streets and threatened to lynch Curry Scho surrendered himself. Curry had I warrant for Jackson, charging the tter with stealing conl. , "HI 1 1 Something's Wrong Inside r Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation The "blues" the stomach come than We feel " blue," " down in tho mouth," and discouraged when the stomach is upset, because the stomach nerves affect the head, and it is hard to be cheerful when the stomach is sick. When you have the " blues " take and in a short time they will make a world of difference in your spirits, your feelings and your digestion. The good effects of Beecham's Pills are first felt in the 6tomach, then they act on the bowels, carry off the bile, and soon you are feeling fit, well and strong. Beecham's Pills are world-famous, and the best thing to take to be rid of the "blues," and to Keep Stomach, Boweli ml Bile in Good Order la Boxes with full direction, 10c. and 25c. a tew mmll Absolutely! Pure i WAsr am Yin m mrmm ELIOT'S CITY RULE PLAN lVoidcnl for Cotniiil-sinn of l'lve Willi ' Solo Authority. j Roston, Nov. 30. -Several hundrcl I hu.slne.ts and professional men of Bos ton, members of the Kconomlc club, lNtened to-night to t'he report of their com m it i res appointed to consider iuctlons relating to a now charter for Boston, at a baniiuet of the club 'neld at the American house. President F.liot ilefcndcd the idea of a commission of iv.e, of which the mayor should be a. member, to govern the city In place of th present mayor and member of the board of nldrr mi'ii add common council, lte was alone' among the speakers In his de sire for a single council of authority, Mr. I'lsh presenting a proposition which had the support of the rest of the committee, for a council of five, supported by an advisory board of ISO, chosen from f, 0 precincts Into which the city s'hould be divided, party lines to he eliminated. HTVKS1 FAIR n,OS-,S, Tim Results of Prize Known. Shoots Made Tho Blues fair was concluded In the armory last nlcht, with the largest crowd of the five nlishts It ran present tn enjoy the dancing. Th results of tho shoot for prizes were made known. Instead of being two open events, there was only one In which anyone might enter. Sergeant Williams of Company 1") won this with 40 shots out of SO at 75 yard. range. The second was Sergeant. Reed, ordinance ser geant with 40. The third was Musician E. Johnson of Company I with 4"!. Pri vate l.eyorty of Company D was fifth with 46. Tn the shoot limited to the Second Regiment, distinguished marksmen ex cluded, F. Fay ton of Company K was first with 44, Sergeant. Kills of Company F second with 43, and Musician Mc Avorney of Company !"., third, with 41. 'IP more often from from the mind. r js i CAPITOL TREMBLE Port-au-Princo Natives in Panic, Barricade Themselves in Houses to Flee to the Country. FOREIGNERS TOO UNEASY l'Var City Inhabitants May Ulso Aid licvoliers, Hut the Agrd President Is O'oull (Icnt. lo Port an Prince, Nov. 30. Every hour brings tho revolutionary army nearer Port nil Prince, and a feeling of Impending disaster has taken pos session of tho people. Tho advance guard of General Antolne Simon's forces Is not more than twenty-five or thirty miles from this city, and up to the present the Insurgents have swept all before them. The government losses at Ansea Veau on Friday and the rout of the loyal troops havo caused consterna tion among the olllclals of the govern ment, with possibly the solo exception of President Nord Alexis. Every ef fort to have him betake himself from the country has proved a failure, and the aged president, who has laced many revolutions before, announces his determination to fight to the hist. It may lie that President Alexis feols the oonHdonce he expresses In his abil ity to check the advancing army of the revolution, but the rwddonts of Port nu Prince certainly are not of the same mind. Many of them are panic, stricken and the great majority of tho natives have closed and shuttered their atnres and business houses and have put bars across iho doors and windows of their residences. There Is an uneasy feeling among the foreigners; notwithstanding the pri'sencn In tho harbor of the war ships of the United States and France, from which forces will unquestionably be landed If the Insurgents succeed In passing the gates of the city, or at the first sign of disorder nnd pillage. Flags of different nations are flying from the homes of many of the foreign resi dents, the markets nre deserted nnd the country pcoplo, upon whom the city depends for Its sustenance have (led precipitately nnd refuse to return. The situation has become so grave, that, mi olllnlal proclamation has been' Issued, convoking the cliumbers In ex traordinary session, so that measures be token to, preserve the government, or at letiHi, to effect a compromise with thr revolutionary leaders. There was great fi'ar to-tilght that the dis affected body of Unit inns In this city might tak" up arms for the overthrow of the government, which, however, being- forewarned, has taken precau tions nc.iln.st this hnnnenlne. Presi dent Alexis, suspecting the loyalty of Ueneral Ciimeiiu, while General Nan, who also Is one of the chief officials, lias been replaced by Oenernl !!ya.clntho for Ihe same rensun. Throughout the day and to-night the streets were pnt rolled by bodies nf troops, who maintained order, but this was a simple matter, for many of the streets w-re descried, the people hav ing betaken themselves to their barri caded bouses So far ns enn be seen all of the officers nnd soldiers here remain loynl nnd are facing the coming of tiie revolution calmly. C0NREID ASKS $90,000 Former Plreetnr Sups MotroMtltn Opem for Hrearh of Contract. New York, Nov. 30. It was learned tn-night that P'lTt has nen entered bv Ilobuleii Conreld, runner director of the Metropolitan Opera house, against the Conreld Metropolitan Opera compa ny, for which hi each of contract In volvu.it about $o i.'iOO, arising from the change In the directorship of the house when Mr. Conreld was succeeded" by SlKiior Unttl C11s.1r.za. When the ques tion arose of chanclne directors there was an agreement standing between the Conreld company and Mr. Conreld, that had several years to run, and tho ques tion was what the agreement was worth. This Is the point now In dis pute. 700 REPORTED DROWNED Two Japanese, Steamships In Collision Off hcefoo. Cheefno, China, Nov. 30, Two Jap anese steamships were In collision off this port lo-day. It Is reported that "00 person have been drowned. Tokio, Nov. 30. The report that two Japanese steamships havo been sung and seven hundred lives lost has been received here, but there aro no particulars. POPE PLANT RUNS ON Receivers Allowed lo Continue Ihist- ncss Vntll July 1. Trenton, Nov. 20. -United States Clr cull Court Judge Iinnlng signed an order to-day authorizing Halsey M. Iiarett and llenry W. Nuckols, receiv ers for the Electric Vehicle company, automobile manufacturers of Hartford, to continue the business of that cor poration after December 31, which dale was the time limit fixed In a like order made July 27, hist. Tho continuance is until July 1, Pino. TAFT STOPS DRINKING . President-Fleet Declares Ho Will Never X'so Uquor Again. Hot. Springs, Va., Nov. 30. Comment was made at a. small dinner p"i-cl,uv night -on the f.ict thnt Mr. "rti!',i's wine class was turned down. "Yes, and It Is going lo slay turned down," he said. "1 am not going to drink anything again, ever." "You never did drink enough so that any one could notion It," said a, boy hood friend present. 110 BODIES FROM MINE. Pittsburg, I'a., Nov. 30 The squeak ing Iron bucket, operated In the fid 0 fool shaft leading to the Bacliel nnd Agnes mines nf the Pittsburg-Buffalo Coal company at Marlaniia, Pa., since last Sal urdny, when a. terrible explos ion In the mines wrecked the modern elevator In the sluil'l and snuffed out tho lives of morn than 10 miners, It Ih estimated, had carried to the sur face, when darkness fell to-night, the bruised, mangled and burned remains of 11.0 of the victims of the disaster. TAG DAY. Sa.lurday. December Ii, will be "Tag Day" for Ihn betielit of St. Raphael's bosidlal. All will want a. few "tags" Jnsl iin "souvenirs," as well us proofs of their genci'Ofdty and Interest for a good cause. Lot each person con tribute, tH.muLUiutf. HARRIMAN BRAGS Warned President. Three, Years Ago That Acts Threatened Trouble. New York, Nov. ,'10. An Impromptu speech of a breezy sort by E. It. Ilar rlnian, In which the railroad man took exception to statements, made by pre ceding 'speakers of the evening and pointedly referred to what ho declared was the fulfillment of a prediction he made to tho president of tho United States three years ago, was the fea tur of tho "Prosperity dinner" of the Economic club at tho Hotel Astor to night. Mr. Ilarrlman responded to the Invitation of the toaatmaster after the delivery of the formal speeches. Mr. Ilarrlman silil: "Some things tha have been said here to-night are not right, and some day you'll know they're not right. Surely you'll know It. I've tried to do things satisfacto rily In a lasting way and to give right transportation. I've had many con fabs with representatives of the gov ernment, and I've heard some of them agree that what they liar pro posed was not right. I told the pres ident of tho United States three years ago tnat In passing the present Inter state commerce act without changing the Sherman act he was Inviting a great deal of trouble. Now, he will think that he will recommend the very thing which I suggested." B. & M. HOLDINGS AGAIN Massachusetts Attornoy-Onrral Sues Now Haven Roud, Boston, Nov, 30. Attorney Ctoneral Pana Malone, . who was recently ro riuosled by Judge Lorlng of the su preme court, to amend his bill of In formation brought last June against the New York, New Haven ami Hart ford railroad, to compel that com pany to relinquish lis holdings of the stock of tho Boston and Maine rail road, to-day filed his motion with the supreme court. As amended, the bill claims tha the New Haven company hns "Indirectly subscribed for, taken, held and Is now Indirectly "holding the said shares of stock of the Boston nnd Maine rall rond by nnd through the Instrumen tality nnd device of a corporation or ganized under the laws of the state of Connecticut, -and known as the New England Navigation company, In whose name said ariares of stock are held, of which said corporation the respondent owns all or more than a majority nf the shares of stock, and nf which practically all of the officers and directors are officers and directors of the respondent." AGREEMENT CEREMONY Dlplomntlo Notes Kxrhnugrrt by Root nnd Tnknhlrn nt Washington. Washington, Nov. 30.-Secretary of State Ellhu Root on behalf of the Unit ed States, and Kogoro Takahlra, am bassador, on behalf of Japan, exchang ed diplomatic notes today, defining the policy of the two governments In the Far Fast. The actual ceremony of ex change was very brief. Secretary Root handed the ambassador a note which bore his signature, nnd the ambassador gave Mr. Root a paper defining Japan's policy, and bearing his signature. !As slstant Secretary Bacon, second Sec retary of Embassy Masnnao Hanlhani, and Mr. Babcock, Mr. Root's private secretary, were witnesses to the act. The full purport of the notes has al ready been set forth In the Associated Press dispatches. They will be made public simultaneously In the United States and Japan tomorrow night with a view to their publication In both countries on Wednesday morning. FRIEND OF TAFT DEAD President -Fleet Pays Tribute to Wash ington Correspondent. Hot Springs, Vs., Nov. 30. Judge Tnft was greatly affected by the news of the death of Richard Lindsay in Washington to-day. Mr. Lindsay, an old friend of Mr. Taft ns a Washing ton correspondent, had been with him a greater part of the campaign. Af ter the election Mr. Lindsay came here on the initiative of the president-elect. Before he left here 111, on Thanksgiv ing day, Mr. Taft spent some time In Ills room at I he hotel. "Dick was one of those fine men we meet In life who give us a higher re gard for human nature," wns Mr. Taft's sorrowful comment and he ad ded thnt Mr. Lindsay's death had af fected him greatly. OPERA HOI SI', II RE AFTERMATH Harrlsburg, Ta., Nov. 30. Applica tion was made to-day to Governor Stuart for the return to this state of Mrs. Harriet K. JIunroe, of Wash ington, D. C, who is charged with Involuntary manslaughter In connec tion with the burning of the Rhondes opera house at Boyertown, Ta., kist January, when 171 persons lost their lives. SUCCESSOR TO NEWRERRY. Washington, Nov. 30. Herbert L. Salterlco of Now York, It Is under stood, has been offered tjie position of assistant secretary of the navy to take the place of Truman H. Newberry, who to-morrow becomes secretary of the navy, succeeding Victor H. Metcalf, whose resignation becomes effective then. SELF-SHOT PLAYWRIGHT DIES. New York, Nov. 30. Mrs. Eleanor Cowper, the actress and playwright, who shot, herself at the St. Regis ho tel last Friday, died late to-night In the Presbyterian hospital. EAGLES TO ELECT. The annual election of officers for tho year 1 009 for New Haven aerie. No. 242, Fraternal Order of Eagles, takes place al its regular meeting this even ing at A. O. U. W. hall, 13!) Orange Hi reel. POLICF, USE SWORDS. Prague, Bohemia, Nov. 3a. -Tho racial rloiK, wlib'h wen- widespread yesler day in tills city, were resumed lo-ihiy, the Czechs and Germans niiulin Into conflict. In various quarters. Tin- polio clciriil the slrcds with swords and bayonets, many persons being Injured. MOM l-AY Mil) BOUND. Manila, Dec. J. Tho Atlantic lleet willed for .('olonibo promptly at 3 o'clock this morning. IN NEW QUARTERS Knights of St. Patrick Club Has Informal Opening of Home at 223 Orange Street. FIFTY MEMBERS PRESENT Formerly Residence of O. A. Imrnian Clock ttlven by Harvard Stu dents Adorns Mantel, Tho new home of tho Knights of St. Patrick dub at 223 Orange street, be tween Court and Elm streets, was In formally opened last night and about fifty members enme In during tho even ing. There will bo a formal house Mil rnilng later In the year when the club Is more settled. Tho house was formerly the O. A. Dorman residence and Is a beautiful two-story frame building. Near the entrance Is tho reception room. This la decorated In green. Red plush mahogany chairs and several handsome pictures make' an elegant room. Over the fireplace on the mantel there Is a handsome rosewood clock with chimes In it. This wns recently presented to the club by Harvard stu dents who have enjoyed Its hospitality. A number of thein while at the recent Yale-Harvard game, brought this clock as a token of their esteem. Back of the reception room Is the lounging room, tho offlce, the grill room, cafe, and a veranda. In tho basement are the kitchen and the billiard room. On the second floor, tho library and the writing room are In the front of the house. In tho former are pictures and other things which have associa tions with the club. Four large card rooms and tho bath room complete the door. Tho top ffoor Is given up to the head quarters and apartments of the chef and Ills wife, the housekeeper. All through the house are handsome fireplaces from which crackling logs will lend cheer on cold nights. The rooms are fitted up with rugs with hardwood borders. The whole house has been repainted and decorated for the club. AGENT PUNCHED HER .Vow Haven Snlosnmn Arrested on Woman's Complnlnt. Wntorbury. Nov. 30. W. O. Barr, a salesman for the Adams Co. of New Haven, wns arrested to-day on a war rant charging him with assault on a Mrs. Dunlnp of Rldgewood street. Barr sold some silverware at the Ilun lap home but the goods did not come up to the expectations of the buyer. Tho salesman Inter wished to take them back but Mrs, Dunlap refused to part with them until they were re placed with new ones. She Bays that Barr punched her when she refused tn give up the goods. The case will be heard In the city court to-morrow. ANOTHER WARDF.V SHOOTS. Retlmny Man Hits 137 Shots Taken from Rndy. Shot by a. deputy game warden un der circumstances similar to the af fair In Hamden several weeks ago, Louis Hull of Prospect, has had 147 No. 7 shot taken out of his body and Is now In tho Waterbnry hospital and Is charged with unlawfully catching gnme In snares. He was shot through the back and side by Thomas J. Wiley of Bethany, a deputy under David H Clark of this city, fish and game war den. Wiley at once reported the occur ence to his superiors and told the story of tho shooting, saying he fired In self defense. According to the allegations In the case the authorities were aware of the fact that birds nnd animals were be lug caught In snares in Bethany, but they had been unable to catch any one, under circumstances In which they could convict him, so Wiley and another deputy, David R. Walker, were sent to watch tho place. TICKET SCALPERS' DUEL. Philadelphia, Nov. 80. Richard Burk, a by-stander, was shot In the breast and probably fatally wounded, and An drew lyonergan was shot In the- arm In an exciting pistol fight with George Medway in front of the Bellevue fitratford hotel In Broad street here to-night. The dispute was over tho proceeds from the sale of tickets for the Army and Navy football game. O. WRIGHT GOIXO TO FRANCE. Dayton, O., Nov. 30. Orvlllo Wright, who has been confined to his home here slnc.o his arrival from the hospital at Fort Myer, has so far re covered that ho announces to-day his Intention to visit France at once. Tho trip will be undertaken within the next, thirty days at most and possibly next week if he gains sufficiently In strength. SURFACE QUIET AT REASUY. Perth Amboy, N. J., Nov. 30. Al though the temper of tho striking clay workers of tho National Flreprooflug company of Keasby was aroused over the reported approaching importation of 2,000 .strike breakers, recruited in New York to take their places no seri ous disturbances occurred today at tho plant of the company, where a forco of 150 militiamen Is still on duty. NATION'S REFORMERS MEET. Pittsburg, Nov. 30. The annual meet ing of the National Reform Association took place here to-day and will con tinue to-morrow. Tho delegates will also attend and the association co operate In the eon ven I Ion of tho Inter national federation of Sunday rest as sociations which will open here to morrow afternoon. HONOR FOR HENRY TAFT. New York, Nov. 30.. Tlenry W. Taft, brother of President -Kloct Taft was to-night elected president nf tho Ohio Society of Now York. CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. Bears tha Signature of REAL ill .ECfestf DflsDwtBHii ONE FAMILY HOUSE on Elm Street, one block west of Campbell Avenue. The house was built less than four years ago, Is modern with all improvements and in first-class repair. Has nine good sized rooms. Price $3800. TWO FAMILY HOUSE on Lampson Street, a half block from Campbell Ave. trolley. House has four good sized rooms on each floor; natural wood trim, and Improvements. Poss ession of second floor may be had at once. Price $3700. Your Real Estate Business WHO DOES IT? AND IS IT DONE RIGHT? What ymi wnnt done In Itcnl Fstate you want done' right, and when any bnslneus Is transacted through this office the parties to It feel safe and satisfied. M. J. GOODE 69 CRURCn STREET, Rooms 16-18. 'Phone 267-11. Three fine modern nousea for sale; open for inspection nfternoons, .three o'clock; No. 110 Linden street, be. rwecn Livingston nnd Orange streets. Price and terms right. FREDRIQUE R. LEWIS, 139 ORANGE STREET. EDWARD P. BRETT, , BCLUKU AND CONTRACTOR, Sawing, Turning and Jobbing In Wood of All Kinds. Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work. Paek log Boxes. 7 PROUT STREET. General Insurance. FIRE MARINE LIFE BOILER AUTOMOBILE BURGLAR LIABILITY Tourists' Insurance The Anthony & Ellitharpe Co. i 002 CHAPEL STREET. 5 204 Malley Building, jj TELEPHONE B0i8. FRED CHATF1ELD. Pres. ana Tras. JAMES H. CHATF1ELD. Secy The Geo. M. Grant Co, MASONS AND GENERAL CONTRACTORS. Room 201, Exchange Blrtg. Tl. Chapitl St. For Information Regarding the ISLE I PINES Write H. B.Kopf,P. 0. Box 1 236 C POlt SM,K. Rome Hundsonie Central Homes. 12 nm limine . 1 1 Honm IIoiihc . 15 lloom IKmino 1 1 Hoiiiii limine in llooni Hiinc . .H lloom House . ..York St. Park SI. Howe St. TlriHllo' St. . . .M'hnlley Ave. . . Shcrninn Ave, J. C. PUNDERFORD. 110 CHURCH ST. Real Estate and Insurance S. B. OVIATT & SON, 82 CHURCH STREET, New Haven, Conn. THE CHILD-HERON Law Corporation. WALTER J. MEAD, Local Mgr. RAD DERTS COLLECTED. i Delinquent customers aro worse than leaks In the cash reglstei. 310 Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, 152 Temple Street. Tel. 5500. Homo Olllce, 79 No. Main, Waterbury. Branches Bridgeport, 136 Fairfield Avcnuo; Hartford, 904 Main Street. ' ESTATE. 64 Trumbull St. Near Whitney Avenue. A ten-room house with nil Improvements. An attractive residence In a most desirable location. Tennis Grounds FOR SALE. We hare In the Eighth ward, near Whitney avenue, a renr piece of land, with a 11-foot driveway from street, suitable for fine tennis grounds. Will be sold right. Moorhead & Donnelly, 82 Church Street, Room 20. TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CHAPEL ST., Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service includedi ...... v , :,y Benj. R. English. 839 Chapel Street. FOR SALE Fine Residence No. 1441 ' Chapel Street, with . barn. Lot 90x158. Judsoa S Iiauff, Mnlley Blag. 002 Chapel St. FOR SALE. 245 Blake st; lot 236x226: one-family frame house; six rooms, with all Im provements.. Also brick building, suit able for factory or Bhop. Bargain at $4,000; $2,750 can remain on mortgage. Will sell for $3,600. WM. H. H. HEWITT, ' 818 Chapet . Streat. FOR SALE. A two-family house, large lot, 100 tect front, on easy terms, situated In West Haven, on line of steam and trolley roads. Also one-family house, seven rooms, central location. Prloa, $2,600. Money to loan in sums to sulk L. G. H0ADLEY, Room 216, WissuiiiBtoii liulldlnj?. 39 CBCRCH STREET. DON'T BURN YOUR MONEY I ROCKET 1'OCK KENT I We can show you 10 to 25 for your money In Real Estate In this city. OWN OliK OWN HOME. Pick out one from our list of 75 houses, rang ing from $1,200 to $17,0005300 to $G ooo down. If you want a home or Investment we will get it, or build it. See our plan. Wo can supply your wants from drawing the plans to placing you In a llnlshed house. RUSSELL & ROBERTSON, nl Entitle. IiiKiirmici Real Entitle- Insurance. Corner State and Grund. FOR SAL E One two-family, ahelton ave. One two-fainllj', Norton street. One two-family, Garden street.. One two-family, Henry street. Renls collected and properly eared for. Open Monday and Saturday vo lags. WF.M.UVGTWV l!Hli H2 Church Street.