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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1908.
l'l'lll.l.V, IKM NEWS OF THE STATE AT THE DRUG COUNTER : Quinine rills, 2 gr 100s 180 Reldllt. Powders, full weight box, 19o Tlhlnltls Tablets, 1 00s 25c On sea ra Sagrada. Tablets, fi gr., :2TcV"-.L f Senator Bulkeley Given $3,000 Silver Service by Admiring Friends in Hartford. 100s 25c At the Toilet Goods Counter: IIW-HOO-HOU CIIAPKIi STHI'.DT. . BLACK LYNX Black Purs are always genteel and rich. This season black Iiynx Is the most fashionable fur that will be worn. Tt's fine, soft, light, and Is more glossy than any of the. . other grades of "fluffy furs" and Is imitated In more of the cheap furs ', ', than any other. So, If you arc not T a Judge, go to the stores that mark their furs In plain figure, and who will return your money If yon find T them different from what they were sold to you for. We want you to know this store as "the one best store" to buy Black Lynx Furs. We are already show ing a dozen different styles In Rug and Pillow Muffs at $20, $25, $30 T and $35, In the genuliKT.eipsIc dye, with different length Throws and I Bhawl Scarfs, finished heads and tails, at $12.50, $17.50. $22.50, etc., lined with plain, shirred or brocade ftlk. SPECIAL FIFTY MINK MUFFS AT $20.00. We are offering for this sale fifty large ;iural Mink Muffs, each made of three large, perfect, natural skins each one of these skins Is worth 87.50 in the raw. You will notice for less money than tho present cost of the raw skins. Our 10 per cent, X apply to this special. Price is $20.00 net. 500 New Style Percales, (Done up In pretty boxes of 10 yards) for $1.25. White Madras Shirt Waist Tatterns (done up In pretty boxes) for 88c, COHANE 'Phone 2012-5. OPPOSITE WOMEN'S EXCHANGE. Three Deliveries Dally. Suitable, ensible, erviceab1e. RAFTER WAGON WORKS, 05 FRANKLIN STREITT. fyj Slofec "Vermel HC-CASE tor XMAS; Win be Appreciated by the enfirefamil. e Co. CHAMBERLAIN Crown mill Orange Ht. Comrr. CALt OR VVRlTE Furs that add a finish to costume, and without which winter at. tiro is incomplete. 10 Discount. AMI AVAXT YOU TO KNOW US AS THE ONE BEST PLACE TO BUY FURS. Sometimes it pnys to will, usually it nnys a thnusnurl limes bettor to bp riirl.v. This SATE In n demonstration of the latter proposition, for In buying furs (be, wlvmi fnp;c Is all with tho people who have (be, FIRST PICK. Just now you have the udd ed advantage of our 10 per cent, discount. Tbe prices for raw furs are steadily advancing, and the cost of labor now Is at the "top notch." You will certainly pay 2.1 per cent, more for your fur wants If you wait till next month, and you won't Ret such clean, perfect garments as these even then! MINK Wc lire showing tho largest and best collection of IMIuk Muffs, Scarfs and Small Xcck Pieces that It has ever been our good fortune to offer you before. Our usual guar antee goes with every piece money back if it Isn't right. Muffs, $25, $"0, $10, $50 mid $75. Scarfs, $15. $20, $25, $P.5, $15 and $77.50. These are all Native Minks and made up In tbe very newest and best manner and don't forget the 10 per cent, discount for an imme diate selection. SABLE SQUIRREL This soft fur is one of the most popular of brown furs that are so much In vogue tills season. It's a rich, genteel looking fur and worn by Indies of refinement wph the same satisfaction that some people wear Russian Sable. The Throw Scarfs come in differ ent lengths and range in price from $7.50 for a satin-lined one, IK yards long, to $22.50 for one fur both sides and 212 yards long. Muffs to match, from $10 to $18.50. BLAMES OUR POLICE! Hartford Times Finds Liquor ; Laws Are Not Properly Enforced. . , PRESUMES THEIR NEGLECT This Opinion Based on Outcome the. Charges Made hy (Veorge 1 1. l'o. ,,f : , ; !omrneiuins on the acquittal of the two .New Haven policemen accused by (ic'irKe J,. Pox of eonnlvlnp at the il legal sale of liquor on election day, the Hartford Times yesterday had the following to say: "Mr. (ieorge j. fox's attempt to prove that some of the New Haven police had connived at. the i lb-pal sab of liquor in New Haven on election day failed to th" extent that the ac cused patrolmen were acquitted by the police commissioners. Both the sa loonkeepers, who were perused, plead ed guilty in court; and were fined, but. the evidence that the policemen had given them warning or had' been neg ligent was not considered sufficient by the commissioners, and the men were therefore acquitted. "The net, result, of all this Is that al though Mr. 1'ox's private detective nnd two members of the slate police found no difficulty In establishing the Illegal sale of liquor, and the accused dealers pleaded guilty In court, two members of the police force had been unable to find any evidence of sales. In one of these places three witnesses had seen forty-three men come out at, a, time when it seems police Interfer ference was apprehended. Thus, while them was no direct, evidence of col lusion between the policemen and the liquor dealers, there was at least, a. presumption of neglect on their part, which seems to have made no Impres sion on the police commissioners. "The New Haven 1'nlnti In a sound and sensible article In which It Insists that law must be enforced, remarks: "Jniitcad of this eonlinunl foolish fining of proprietors of saloons who violate the liquor law, which, If the end is merely a. tax. upon the consum er of their beverages, If a few licenses were revoked forthwith, we would soon have an end of these Illegal prac tices. The fact that saloons da.ru to do these things does not speak well for our methods of upholding the law. "As a, matter of fact, there Is con siderable doubt as to the value of the law which requires .saloons to be clos ed on election day, but It Is certain that, if tho law Is to be kept, on tho books it should be enforced. The oth er course is (Icinorallnlng to all con cerned. If the law forbidding sale anywhere to one who Is Intoxicated were enforced there would be little trouble at any time and this law is enforceable." GOM) V(Mt liAMi OK I'KANCK. Paris, Dec. 3.- The gold engaged in New York hy hazard Freres is destined for the Haul; of France, The bank Is pot offering Inducements, but as the rate of exchange Is favorable, it Is lak lug advantage thereof. This movement Ik likely to continue eout.in ucjj id oi'able, RUSSIAN PONY COATS : The Pony Skin Coat Is more pop- . ular than ever this season and are ', made in all lengths from 20 to 52 inches long, the ISO length for street 1 being most in demand and 15 nnd , 50-Inch lengths for motoring. We nrc better prepared to show you these praetlcnl, warm, stylish gar meats this season than ever before. We have the following lengths In stock, 20. 30, 3(1, 10, 15 and 50-lnch, and we are especially well prepared to make up special garments to or der In nny of the four grades X, XX, XXX or X XXX and guaran tee a fit. 20-inch Pony .Tnckot, collar less $25.00 28-Inch Pony Jacket, , shawl collar $30.00 30-inch Pony Jacket, shawl ' collar $35.00 30-inch Pony Jacket, shttul collar $15.00 45-Inch Pony Jacket, shawl collar $115.00 no-inch Pony Jacket, shawl collar $S5.00 that the finished muff is offered T offer on the other furs docs not I ' MllK ASSOCIATION. Hear Interesting pnpers Head at Their Meeting. There was a meetine vosterdav of the nw n.iven county Miik producers' as- social ion. ot A. O. f. YV. hall, orange i-treet. ,. H. Graiiniss of East Haven presided. Aii imerostinir address on ''The Cost of Milk Production," with ' suggestions on "Feeds for the Dairy ' Cow," was ijlven by Professor J. M. iTn"w,n rif 'onne,-tiout am- I tural collcK". He estimated the est of i keeping n dairy cow at from $75-to flOO and there should pe added J:iO per cow for the expense of running the dairy hus'.ness Kadi cow on an average would make 1,000 nuarts of milk a year and on the basis of lour and one-half cents cost, the farmers should pet ahont nine cento a, quart. There was a dieusston on "Sanitary Methods and Their Necessity,'' hy V. II. Stadtmiielh r of Hartford and .1. O. Seh'Alnk, jr., of Meriden, and a short, address by James K. Brown, secretary of the bo'ird. The committee consisted for the board of agriculture of James Ti. Brown, secretary, and 1). YV. ratten and Lyman A. (Iranniss, president, and D. W. Patten, secretary, for the asso ciation. hi sim.ss coi.u;.r, am mm. Prof, .lolin Wetzel (.f Yale university will give a. recital in the assembly room of the ale business colli ge, -Church street on Tuesday evening, De cember 8, under the auspices of the Alumni association, The entertainment will begin promptly nt S o'clock ami will last one hour. Students, past grad- ! nates, friends and parents are cordl i ally Invited to attend. There will be no i ;i il in is.-inn, but. a. collection w 111 be tak en to help defray expenses. This Is the first, of a series of entertainments of a. similar nature lo he given by the as sociation during the year. Prof. Wetzel is well known in this city and abroad as one of the most brilliant elocution ists of the day. A OJClOrVS AOVICE For Chronic Coughs and Colds a Prominent Atlanta Physi cian Says Nothing Equals Vinol. "I want, people to know that. T be lieve the most, valuable cod liver oil preparation, the best, body-builder, health-restorer and strength-creator known to medicine to-day is Vlnol. "1 advise Vlnol In my practice, and find il has no equal for healing coughs, colds, bronchial troubles and sore lungs. "I have used Vlnol in many eases of Indigestion, mal-assimilation, mid for patients who have no appetite,, were anaemic, and run-down, with splendid results. I have ilso found Vinol to be a boon to tho aged. "I believe Vlnol to ho well worthy of any honest physician's endorse ment." Dr. J. 10. F.nnls, Atlanta, (la. Vlnol contains no injurious drugs, but It. actually does contain peptonate of iron and all of the medicinal, curative elements taken from fresh cods' livers, without a drop of oil to upset, the Kl.imm-li and retard Its work. Those who try it and receive no benefit may lone their money it turned on demand. Hull's i'oi-p r Drug Stores, corner Stale and Chai I streets, corner Howard and Congress ilYellU'M, New IIUVCII. iiTWO STRUCK BY TRAIN lturglaiN .Make Good In Brnnford Postofliee Kinplojc In Jail Tramps Start Fire. Hartford, Hoe. 3, United Stuls Sen ator Hulkc-ley was this afternoon pre sented with a $3.00(1 silver dinner net by Hie citizens of Hartford In apprecia tion of Ills ervlecs In connection with the building nnd dedication of the MurU'ord bridge, Tho exercises were held- In Parson's theater. Two Hit by Train. Kant Litchfield, Dee. X --Charles pp. tro, 50 years old of Hutevllle was struck by 'a pfleiiger train 'on the N.iuiTa'iK'1; division of the New Yolk, New Haven & Hartford railroad here today. Petrn was driving to his home and was crossing tho railroad tracks near the station here when the train struck him. He wa.s thrown a dis tance, of fifty feet and when picked up It. was found that his skull was smash ed and his face disfigured beyond re cognition. The two horse which he was driving, were instantly killed. Victor-Gosser, an employe of tho road was standing on the platform of the baggage car when the train hit the wa gon pieces of which struck him knock ing him off. Ills Injuries are slight. ivtro leaves a widow and seven chil dren. Derby Tramp Fire House. Derby, Dee. 3-Fire started is thought by tramps partly destroyed a dwelling house owned bv Mrs. Johnnnc McCar thy here tonight at a lesa estimated at $:',oon. Rich Haul In rtranford. Bridgeport. Dec S. The home of William A. Orlppln, president of the Bridgeport Malleable iron company, was broken into last night, probably while the family was at dinner, and the room of Mrs. William J. (irlppln, a daughter-in-law .' was ransacked. The thieves escaped with hundreds of dol lars worth of loot including rings, bracelets, watches, pendants and Jew elled pins. No clue to their Identity has been found as yet. P. O. Kmploye In Jail. Hartford, He,-. 3. --In the flitted State.? district court today Charles W. Henslg of Ibiekvllle was fined nnd sentenced to Tolland county Jail for one year for embezzlement. Henslz was employed In the money order depart ment in the postofllce. Peach Orchard Doslrojrd. Ansonla, IVc, 3. - A tire which started last night in the Towantlc section of Oxford, caused damages estimated at over $1,000 to the pencil orchard of l.ee F. Armstrong. The tire, which Is be. lleved to have been started by a spark from a locomotive on the New Knland division of the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad, spread rapidly and colleetltig a force r.f men, Fire Warden F. W. Hnbbell and his deputy, Charles Pope, fought the (lames for hours. Fanned by tlv high wind the lire made such headway that It was thought nt first that the entire country side would become Involved. The llanies swept through the pencil on-hard and "Old Jack's" cemetery and was extinguished at the edge of a large timber tract. Mr. Armstrong was unable to state to-day how many peach trees were destroyed, but the damage, he said, will le large. Meriden forest flies, 'Meriden. Iiee. a A forest fire which began early this morning has already burned over n large area of the reser voir ami on Wept Mountain, belonging to this city, and now- threatens to con sume also svera hundred cords of wood which have been cut and plied. Mayor Thomas K Rellly and Water Commissioner J. J. Walsh "Ith a force of men fought the fire. l!x-Maoi- t orbln's Funeral. New Hrltaln, per. 3. - The remnlns of ex-Ma yor Ieorge W. C'orbln were laid to rest, this afternoon from bis late resilience In Lexington street, All classes of the city's life was represent ed and hundreds were unable to find room In the house. The factories with which Mr. Corhln was Identified were closed during the funeral so lh.it the employes might attend. The public schools also closed as Mr. Corhln was a. member of the school board. The mayor and the common council a: tomled In a body. Scores of lodges were represented, the Masonic bodies from the blue lodge 10 the commandery were represented as were each of the other lodges to which Mr. Corhln belonged, prominent busi ness men from this and oiner slate; were present, among them being ex Covernor iMcT.ane of New Hampshire. There were hundreds of floral tributes. The service was mured by Its sim plicity. Rev. Dr. 'i. tj. i in vis, pastor of the South Congregational church, of ficiated. A simple ritual service war. used. No eulogy was pronounced. Purlnl was In Falrvlew cemetery. For llarwlnlon Hobbory. V muted, pec, 3. The police here, to day arrested Frank Prince, a negro, who Is wanted In Harwlnton, where 11 Is said that he robbed the bouse or (Ieorge 'D. Alvord In that place on tho night of November 12. Prince was taken to Harwlnton for a hearing this afternoon. Terryvllle (il rl Suicides. Terryvllle, Dec. 3. -Miss M Hilda Sutl Iff, 21 years old, took a dose of eyntde of potassium at. her boarding bouse here last, night, and died be fore medical assstanen arrlwd. Miss Stitliff, who was employed in a. factory In Bristol, Is supposed to have taken the dose because of despondency. She Is said to have had no relatives here, Atkins Case Continued. Hartford, ce. 3. The ease niaiitd. Charles A. Atkins, Jr.. of this city, a lumber dealer, chained with forgery, was continued 111 the police court lo day for a. week under bonds of $-',1)00. The warrant, a Ka I list. Atkins was sworn out by the fulled States bank, which . ,25c , .25c , .500 , ,30c AT THE CANDY COUNTER: ItusseH's Old-Kashlotied Choc olates, lb .....20c Russell's Assorted Wrapped Caranielij, lb, , 40c AT THE CIGAR COUNTER: 1810 Pcrfeclns, 10c, value,.. 5c Gillespie's Drug Store Plume 003-4. 74J HAPIX RTKKKT. (innils Delivered. discounted tho aliened forged notes. There are seven counts In the charge. The notes, It Is claimed, were raised from 190 to $400. Chauffeur's Case Continued. Hartford. Dec. 3, Judge Case, In the criminal superior court this morn ing listened to considerable evidence In the case of William K. Klbbe, tho chauffeur, who has pleaded guilty to a charge of manslaughter, his machine having killed a woman at Onion sta tion about a month ago. Sentence was to have been pronounced to-day but the court announced that he would not be prepared to dispose of the case until Friday morning. Many Seek L" niployment. Hartford, Dec. 3. The monthly re port of the operations of the five free puhllo employment bureaus of the state for November shows that of all applicants for employment. (Hi. 2 per cent, were supplied with situations as against 68.1 per cent, for the preee'ed Ing month. Of the total number ap plying for help ?6 per cent, were furnished as against 84.11 per rent. In October. The work of the New Haven bureau was as follows: New Haven: Applications for em ployment, IDS males, 10,r females; for help, 4S males, 108 females; situations secured, 4 3 males, 87 females. The to tal applications for employment were i:U males, (HI females, total, 1,071. For help, males mill, females 501; to tal, !)2 4; situations secured, males 217, females 4S2, total 709. Schooner Ashore. New London, rice. 3. The schooner A. T: Miner, sailing from Nova Scotia for Cottage City, loaded with lumber ran on the rocks off Black Hedge to day. Kt'forl.s will be made, to-morrow to pull iier off. at w r-Tiu:nsFiF.M, r.si. Population of Slate's Prison for No vemberSix fJlven Freedom. The figures of Inmates, etc., of the Wothcrsflotd prison for November are given in The .Monthly Jlecnrd as fel lows: Total population ol Males Females Discharged during the month.... Died during the month Pardoned during the month Paroled during the month Received during the month tirade SUnding to date first .. ., --second. " , . - third '. 572 l a 1 o l 20 421 158 COIXATF.HAI Sl.i; IIKI.I) IT. New York. fiec. 3. - Sale of collateral of the Detroit, Toledo and Ironton Hall way company, which was to have taken place to day, was postponed until December II by an Injunction granted hy Justice McChII at the request of a law f i 1-1 it which is understood to he act ing for New York banking Interests. High Grafe Photographic Forfaits New Studio, Conveniently Arranged, ncnmtnhlA Prices, Tel. 1337-4. IIOI CHAPEL STREET, Hetween York and High Ptreetn. Developing and Printing We use tlio Kodak Tank System of development for both plates and films. which, produces a higher percentage of goo.,1 negatives than uny other method, failures in development do not. occur Docauho a tresli solution nt tested tem pera I urn ami strength Is used for each roll of film or set of plates. Wo use "Velox" to make the prints mid we ihooHc the grade and surface of paper which is best suited to the negative. If your negatived aro not satisfactory wo are only too glad to naslsl you la making correct expos ures. City Hall Pharmacy Co. NEXT TO CITY HAM ' KXPKltUIXCi:. l'ACIIilTIKS, ACCCK.VOY, express tho "secret of my success In prescribing and making Kyeglasses and Spectacles. C. M. PARKER OPTICIST. StO-A Chupel St. Entrance S10J6. IS IT ENJOYABLE ? llo you like to we olhe lieoiile with defective teeth! l)n you not think others wonlil lie lis distressed ll jours were that wnyt Now don'l let tliein net beyond the hetn of II good dentin. If one of your tec III Is inlfedn, ns bine us liHdice the spnee with one tliut In the sniiie color, shHie mid sice of the iiiiliirnl one, PHIIA DENTAL "ROOMS 761 CHAPE1- ST. Peroslde Cream, jar Peroxide Soap, cake..,,, Cold Cream, lb can Cold Cream, 1-2-lb can.. 7 I ti EK Ik PS Men's, 1H3S Men's Romeos, clastic sides, tan Men's High Cut Slippers, Faust Men's Low Cut Opera and Everit 98c, $1.25, $1.50, $2.25, $2.75 Men's Felt Slippers ...$1.50 and $2.00 Boys' Romeos, elastic sides $1.50 Boys' Tan Opera 85c, $1.25 and $1.50 Youths' and Little Men's Sizes 85c, $1.00 and $1.25 SEE WINDOW NUMBER 3. STOCKINGS. The best grade of the 25c, 38c and 50c,kind; 3 pairs of tho 38c grade $1.00. ONLY GOOD SHOES Hi 842 and 846 L New Haven dp? Old Time Wall Papers A collection of valuable productions of these olden - wall papers, them. Come in and Merrels, Cross CONTRACTING $ 'Phone 839. Modern Decorating ( alls for original and Individual treatment Don't bo sat isfied with ttie commonplace, when yon can have your dec orating done In n manner expressive of your own ideas decorating different from your neighbors, unlquo and artis tic, and at practically tlio came cost. We'd bo pleased to liavc you consult us. MONROE BROS., 353 Grown St. Telephone 27(11. W ft loses half of its terrors to the school girl or boy who has eood light by which to work. For the study table there is nothing that is more essential than a modern gas portable. It sheds soft ravs on the work in hand and leaves the eyes them selves in the shadow. Every father or mother-should see to it that tholr chlldrens" study room ts lighted by one of these lamps. All prices. The New Haven Gas Light Co. i h.iiiiwismiwwpiiiHiaiinn I mum '! 'm I'l' I' III, -" " - tfk KEY FITTING, GIN AM' I .(.1CKSM.IT11 tNti. Bpurtstucn'a Supply Co.. Oil Church St, Hasoinenl. E. H. BASSETT, Mgr. Tlio Only Shooting Gallery In the City. Joys', Youths', Christ- Slippers and black $1.25, $1.50 and $2.50 cut, tan and black. ... $2.50 AND STOCKINGS Chapel Street: re time see 6 Beardsley, DECORATORS, 90-92 Orange Street. 11,8 Nonpareil Laundry (Incorporated.) HIGH CUSS WORK