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THE MORNING 'JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 190S.
REAL ESTATE. ANTI-CASTRO JUNTA ORGANIZING HERE RYAN RESIGNS FROM 31 CORPORATIONS To To Where mm santa wv A M M W V m-m - He Put in an Early and Wel come Appearance at the City Mission. SUNDAY SCHOOL ROMPS first Ho Spin, Iiriior and then Came Himself Address by Pro fessor (irnnvllle. At the City Mission yesterday after noon over one hundrod children of tho Sunday school department hur rahed and shouted ns Santa Clans trotted up tho aisle on his horse. , It was the first event over which the big ChrlKtmas tree presided, and It was one of tho best ever held. At 4:30 the children sang: a OhrlHtnia.s hymn, and then Mr. Mossnuiu read from the Scripture. After prayer by Rev. Mr. Lent, und some more sons, Mr. Lent spoke a few words of wel come to the children. Prof. Granville Of the Hheltlidd Sclentllie school fol lowed and told of his experiences as a boy In a log cabin home at Christ mas time among the Indians. When ho concluded by wishing the children a Merry Chrltmn, with one voice they responded: "The sn.me to you." A this point a communication whs received from Santa Clau.s aa follows: Dear Big Folks and Little Folks ttt the City Mission: Your old friend Santa Claim Is nn the way as fast na ho cm oomo. Sleighing Is "pretty poor around thcao parts, and I don't believe I will bo able to get through on time with the deer and sleigh,, but I will be there If I have to come on roller skates, so don't give up In despair for I want to see you all once more as badly as you do me. I am anticipating a happy few moments with the children whom X love so dearly. Yours on the way, SANTA CLAUS. Superintendent Oleaveland's read ing of this letter was greeted with shrieks of joy und the eager craning of many necks to catch tho first glimpse of tho jolly saint. Before his arrival, however, several of the little tots In tho primary class gave Christ mas recitations, and tho whole class Bang soma Christmas carols. Miss Grant, of tho Yule, music school, sang a Christmas hymn most beautifully. Just then tho candles on tho huge tree wero lighted and Santa, in tho person of George K. Jewell, burst In to the room for his annual antics with tho children. Amldwt great excite ment tho oranges, popcorn balls, candy and presents wero then distrib uted, and It was all over, all too soon. Out of Hs own penny contributions taken In during the year tho children, believing It better to give than re ceive, voted $Ii to the children of each of the following Institutions: Now Ha ven hospital, Grace hospital, New Ha ven orphan u.iylum, St. Francis' or phan asylum, the day nurseries, Sal vation Army, Christian Army. At the International road congress, held recently In Paris, thirty nations weiB reprpHonlod by i.Uout 2,000 dolu-gata. THE HOUSE OF ( HA5SELBACH 1 796 CHAPEL ST. ' Those Who may find at the last moment the need of some of our confections for guests or some of our confec tion trinkets for gifts we will state we will be open Chris mas morning till noon. Ai! We extend a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. To the public we wish to express our hearty ap preciation of the generous patronage accorded our store this season. Respectfully WILLIAM F. HASSELBACH. MARK TWAIN INCORPORATED- Cominn,v l'ornieil to Secure Hem-flu of 1'en Nunie to I'nnillv. Xpw York. nee. 2!t. Mark Twain's Christmas present to himself and his family Is of a majority of the stock of the Mark Twain company, ineojior.ited tn-dny nt Albany with a capital of $.", noo. The directors tire the humorist, his two daughters, Miss 1. V. Lyon, his private secretary, and W. A h era ft, his luiHlness axent, Tlie stock Is owned entirely In them. The duration of the corporation Is to he perpetual, slid Its purpose Is to ticrpiire from Samuel L. Clemens nil his rights, titles and Interest In and to the name "Mark Twiln." DUMA WILDLY EXCITED Caucasian Officials Culled rn fieri nnd Ex-Comlcls, At. Petersburg, nee. 23. There vs n stormy scene In the ilntria this evening between the members of the extreme right and Baron Nolde, a member of the council of minister., who represent ed the ministry of the. Interior. M. Pur Ishkevlch, monarchist, speaking on the Interpellation relating to the persecu tion of Russian colonists In the Caii eiiasus, said that the Caucasian admin istration was composed mostly of grafter and escaped convicts. "The viceroy is so old," he said, "that he of ten dozes off to sleep with candy In his mouth." Paron Noldo Indignantly replied that M. Purlshkovlch had libelled a man whoso shoestrings ho was not worthy to untie. President Khomyakoff was finally obliged to suspend the sitting. CASTRO CABINET JAILED Late Venezuelan Diplomat at Wash ington Also a' Conspirator. Washington, Pee. 2.1, A late charge d'affaires of Venezuela at Washington, whose name Is not given In the de partment's advices, Is among those who hove been Imprisoned at Caracas as a result of the plans of partisans of President Castro last Saturday to as sassinate Vice-President Onmox. In formation to this effect reached the state department to-day by way of Wlllemstad. In addition the governor, presumably of Caracas, and several members of the cabinet are likewise in prison, the dispatch says. OUR NAVY SECOND American Sea-Flglit iug Power Above (.orninny and J'riince. Washington, Pee, 211. Our mi.vy ! stands second among those of the great world powers at (he present lime, ac cording to tho navy year hook, prepar ed by Pitman Pulslfer, clerk of the senate navy committee, and now In the hamlrf of the public printer. f Germany follows third,, while Krunce has dropped to fourth place nnd Japan Is fifth. The year book Will show that Great Hrllain has (II Ilrst-class battleships, with a tonnage of p .1 o, :!8 , the t'nlled States SI, with a tonnage of 44K.7P1; Germany 81, wllh u tonnage of 414,'lSii, France 2, with a tonnage of 337,132. and Japan I ft, with a Innimge of 231,444. Including armored cruisers also, how ever. France ranks Germany, her navy tiHiiu.go of hutli lin 1 1 lesh Ips and ar mored cruisers being i,7:i,;SiH, while tbut of Guriiiuuy in only 4S.2.el. XII AS AT CHURCHES Services Will Be Held in Many Churches To-morrow Spe cial Services Sunday. In many of the churches to-morrow (Clirlstinns day) there will he services, but the regular Christina musical program will not be rendered until Sbmlay. At Christ church there will he a celebration of the holy communion nt x 111., anil at 10:30 there will be morning prayer nnd sermon by Rev. lames IieWolf perry and also holy communion. SI. Thomas' Church. The services in St. Thomns' church Christmas day are holy communion nt S .1. m. and morning prayer and holy communion with sermon by the rec tor at 10:no. The following Is the order of music at 10:30. Procewlonal hymn f,0 Heading V'nlte yr. crotch Te Mourn fn T? flat Ring Hall Jubilate ; ,owl Introlt hymn, 55 wild Gloria Tlbl King Hall Hymn, 54 Sullivan Offertory "It Came I'pon the Mid night Clear" Slalner Sanctus and Agnus Mel Tours Gloria In Kxcelsls, Old Chant Recessional hymn, 5 1 . . . .Mendelssohn Mm In Service. There will be a matin service at the Fir.xt Kngllsh Lutheran church Christmas morning at fi o'clock. The Rev. J. I.uther Weber will make a short address and the Luther choral society, under the direction of Allen H. I'Vnno, will sing ns follows: Processional "Adeste Idolrs" . Reading SHent Night Haydn It Came I'pon the Midnight Clear Selir.l The First Nowell. Hark! the Herald Angels Sing Wesley Recessional O, Little Town of llcta- b hem Harnhy DYNAMITERG0EST0 PEN Sentenced to Ufe Imprisonment for Attack on 'lYiw-o 'Witness, Oakland, Cal., Dec. 23. Peter ('laudhmrs was found guilty to-dny of dynamiting the home of Former Su pervisor James ,. Gallagher, chief witness for the prosecution In the San Francisco bribery cases. Claudlnnes was sentenced to life. Imprisonment. The jury was out only eight minutes. ClaudlniieK waived appeal ami started for San guestin prison to-night. TAFT TO SERVIANS Prcsi(lcnt-i;icc Sympathizes With Women's Movement. Belgrade, Hervia. Dec. 23, The Ser vian woman's league has received a reply to a message sent to President elect VV. Jl. Taft as follows: "Mr. Taft and his wife feel the deep symathy and Interest In this Justiciable move ment of the women of Servia to sup port the national Ideals. The love and sympathy of all American women, are on your side." $1,000,000 in Certificates Is sued by Men Plotting in New York to Overthrow Government. BUT IT'S ALL OFF NOW Stilling Manned for Next Mimilny (JcihtiiI Itoliimlo, lis ICU(kT, Invited by (Joine to ltd urn. New York, Dee, 13. -The peaceful coup d'etat by General Juan Vicente lioniez, acting president of Venezuela, has saved the country from the throes of another Insurrection which for sev eral months has been secretly In prep, aratlon In this city and,, according to tho promoters, was on tht point of be ing begun. Not since the establishment In New York, In lSK of the Cuban revolution ary junta had there been, It Is said, such careful preparations In this coun try for an armed uprising ns that which General Nicolas Rolando, n tried Vftiezuolan fighter, baa been making and which Is for nt least the present, put nslde "pro bono publico." Tho fol lowers of General Rolando organized a Junta In August la.st which authorized the Issuance of gold certificates to the amount of $1,000,000. These certlllcatcs of a pnr value of $1,009 each, were signed by General Rolando, as presi dent of the junta, and Vlcanor Holet, as treasurer, and were made payable at tho Windsor Tnvt Co. one year after President Castro's resignation "or dis missal' 'from oflice. The junta had also fiscal agents and counsel, both well known In their professional spheres. They were respectively, George V. Young nnd Co., and John It. Dos Pnsso. Through the advice of the latter every requirement of International neutrality laws nnd International comity was compiled with, even to the four shipments of arms nnd ammun ition that have already gone forward to points In the West Indies, hut will now probably not be used. Kven as the cable was bearing Its message from Caracas of the overthrow of Castro nnd his government, the Junta was In negotiation to buy the fast steam yacht Seneca, belonging to the estate of Theodore It. Ilosti tter. Gen eral Rolando was nil ready to sail next Monday on n Mutch steamer for Trinidad, there to gather his chiefs and Invade Venezuela. He adhere to his Intention to sail next Monday but bis object Is to Join his family In Trinidad and there nwalt further de velopments under the new regime. He !s one of the first of the military nnd political leaders whom President Go mez has asked to return to their coun try and assist to Its restoration. General Rolando said to-night: "I nm n man of pence; I hope General Gomez will curry out by peaceful means the reforms Unit wero to be the basis of the Insu rreet oil ; they were patriotic, Just nnd honorable. The revolutionary proclamation held for future publication s"t forth the tyrannical pels of Castro, the suffer ing of the people ami country, ami suggested the governmental reforms for which General Rolando was to make bis fight. JEFFRIES GETS BUSY ( hiillconcs I1iii m-.IiiIiiiiiii Winner In Itcluilf of Kiiiifiimn-Miirr). I.iik AiiKclcs, li'C. 23. Jhiiich .1. Jeffries tins cabled to Australia a. clml ene for the winner of the Hums and Johnson fllit In Sydney to Unlit the winner of the Kaufman and Hurry MkIU In l.os Alludes, the contest to take place In this city. Tim cable despatch was sent to 1 1 ill.' h !. .Mcintosh, who Is manuKliiK the world's championship alTalr In Australia. The offer made was a sub stantial one, It was mid to-tilRht, Jeffries believes that the winner of (he Kaul'nu.n and Harry fight will have a rinlit to u match with the win ner of the Hums ami Johnson 11k tit. TAFT FAMILY TOGETHER For First Time Since Nomination All Children Arc Home, AumiNlH, M I le. 23. --Sir 1 lorn en I'lunldtt, head of the Irish department of aHiliMiltiire, who wns luilnlited for Ills Interest and services III educational and iturleultiinil mutters, kcd nn ap pointment Willi President-Ulecl Taft tn-dny, which was made for him by President Itnosevelt. Miss Helen Taft, vhe only dannliler of the president-elect nnd Mrs. Taft arrived to-day from Hryn Mawr, where she Is attending school. Hhe will spend the holidays with her parents. Willi the return from Savanii;ili to morrow of Kohert Taft the entire fam ily of the president -elect will lie to Ke'her for the llrst lime since Ids nnni ituitlon for the presidency last June, The Terret. cottane presents a holiday appearance. Risnoi' isrcHi AD-s itm:hi. Hurlltigton, Vt., Dee. 23. The body of the Right Kev. John S. Midland, D.D., l,b P., Roman Catholic bishop of Hurllngton, arrived here this even ing from New V'ork. The funeral will bo held at the Cathedral next Tuesday morning., By request of HlHhop Mlchaud on his deathbed the celebrant of the solemn high mass of requiem will be the Right Rev. Thomas D. Heaven, bishop of Springfield. A $8,000 ITIIK. Anson la, Dec, 23. A large barn be longing to J. O. Curtlss, located on Central street and used for storage purposes, was burned to the ground to-night. The cuiise of the lire l.s not known and the estimated loss Is $S, 000. ti.UM SWKKI'S i:V l:(il-A.M). Iloston, Dec. 23. A lilting north east windstorm with snow squalls swept over New England to-dny. The gale was long forewarned by the Weather bilreaii und by signs which New England farmers and mariners rt'ipu'd with confidence, and shipping generally hud sought shelter. lOach year during: tha last nve New York city has torn down enough bulld I ii urn to houso a rlly of 60,000 person!. Financier Leaves Directorate of All But Three, Assigning Physician's Orders as the Cause. TOBACCO MAIN INTEREST Continues Policy, P.cgun Two Years Ago, of I'nlondliig Responsibili ties; "Absolutely Nothing More to It," He Says. New York, Dec. 23. Thomas F. Ryan admittedly one of the greatest powers In tho financial world, announced today that yielding to the advise of his phy sicians, he litis resigned from the di rectorate of 31 different corporations. The only enterprises In the manage ment of which tho noted financier re tains a hand are the Morton Trust company, the National Bank of Com merce an 1 the American Tobacco com pany. Mr. Ryan's action In' withdraw ing from the directorate of the many ' Industrial and transportation compa-: nle.s In which ho has been long a pre-! dominant factor, Is taken In pursuance , of a policy of retirement at first adopt-: ed two years ago. At that time ho was j told by his physicians thnt the. mul tiplicity of cares devolving upon him from his active management of so many financial organizations, some of which, such as tho Fqultable Life As surance society and tho Interhorough Metropolltan Street Hull way system of New York, were more than sufficient In themselves to tax the endurance of any one Individual, was rapidly undermin ing his health. After a busy rareer of 40 years, most of which had been spent In mapping out nnd carrying to .successful Issues consolidations of street railway and lighting interests of gigantic magni tude, Mr. Itynn feels that he can un burden himself of his many business responsibilities and devote the remain Ing years of his life to comparave leisure. In spenklng of his action Mr. Ryan said today: "This step has been taken after long nnd mature deliberation. There Is no significance to It other than that my doctors told me I ought to let up. Thfy first advised mi to unload some of my responsibilities two years ago nnd since then 1 have gradually withdrawn from the directorates of 34 corpora tions. My recent resignations are but tho continuance of the policy adopted two years ago, of unloading business responsibilities ns rapidly as I can In Justice to the Interests Involved. There Is absolutely nothing more to It than that." Among th corporations from the di rectorate of which Mr. Ryan has re--signed are the Commercial Trust com pany of Philadelphia; the Continental Rubber company of America; the In dustrial Trust company of Providence; the Mercantile Trust company of New York and the Seaboard Air Line rall wny. WOMAN BADLY BURNED Taken l (irnco Hospital, She Refuses to Tell How It Occurred. . A drunken woman who stave the name of Mary Horden was brought into police headquarters hist nliiht badly horned about the face and head. She would not fell the police how she be came buritd nor Rive any facts about herself. She whs picked up by Patrol man l. Sullivan at theyornrr of Col umbus and Washington avenues. Dr. '. S. I ,n tnh was called to attend her and altliouiili lie said the burns wero not very serious be advised that she be taken to (Iracc hospital. She was tak en there without telling how she re ceived the burns. HAZEL FOUND GUILTY Second Mcreo Murder Oimnis Hoy to Ufe Imprisonment. Toledo, O., Dec. 23. The Jury In the case of Hiirvey Hazel, the 17-year-old boy, charged with murder In the first degree In klllinir Ul mother, returned U verdict to-night of murder In the sec ond decree. The finding of the jury means life Imprisonment. The court ciin give no other sentence, but hn lias hope of pardon of parole. The boy's defense was that ho was a victim ot adolescent liisanlly. Harvey was placed on trial Novem ber 30, licensed of beating his mother to death with a hammer. Kobbery was assigned as the cause. TWO UNDER ARREST Men ( aught In Mc(. mill's Place Sun day Taken on Warrants. Warrants were Issued yesterday by Prosecuting (Mticcr iNlles for tho three men who were found In the saloon of Daniel Mcfjrnlh at Stale and Bishop streets In r I Sunday evening, The men were found In the basement of the sa loon drinking, so warrants have been Issued for them fur violation of the liquor law. Two of the three were arrested yesterday, these being; William Carroll of 4:! Kdwards street and Md ward Clark of 301 (Irand avenue. The third man, whose name Is llessler has not been arrested yet. NO WARRANT ISSUED Mies Still After Name hi Hof ISrau Case. No warrant, has yet been issued by Prosecuting Officer W. P. Nlles In con nection with the evidence procured by Patrolman lieskln nnd Prior ill the Hot Hrau last Monday niglil. Mr. Nlles stated last night Hint the policemen had been unable to Inform him who I he man was who served the drinks to the minors and he could not Issue bis war rant, as he needed the mime, lie said last night that lie expected to get tha name ami may possibly Issue the war rant to-day. lie feels ihnt the law does mil allow a warrant against anyone, but I lie one who actually served the drinks In such a ruse as this. IIAIU4KS ANCHOR OFF JKRSKY. Long Hraiich, N. J., Dec. 23. Two barges which seem to have been dis mantled during the storm last night, are anchored to-duy off North lirnud way. They lire about three-quarters of a mile out nnd In no Immediate danger of coming ashore unless the weather grows more severe and their anchors full to bold. The surf Is too high to permit the life, savers launch ing a boat. houses LENOX STREET, a large heusa of 1 1 rooms with modern plumbing and ail Improvements, substantially built. Always occupied by the owner and in unusually fine repair. Two-stall stable at the rear of lot. Is now vacant. Gall for key. Price $4800. KIMBERLY AVENUE, a house of fen rooms with steam heat and all Improvements, localed near depot and railroad shops. Will be sold on easy terms if desired. Price $4000. WARD STREET, a house of fen rooms with all modern Improvements. Has second sink and pantry on second floor. Has beeri at times occupied by two families. Is in first class repair. Price $4800. FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS Money cbulntd for borrower, who hive Rood real eaUte ecurity to offer, or pUced for Investor, who wish a max imum return with minimum of risk. TEL. 8118 Your Real Estate Business WHO DOES IT 7 AND IS IT DONE RIGHT? Whnt yon. want done In Ileal Estate yon want done right, and when any pnslneos Is transacted through this oflico the parties to It feci safe and satisfied. ' M. J. GOODE 69 CHCRCH STREET, Rooms lt-ll. 'Phons 267-11. Three fine modern nouses for sale; open for Inspection afternoons, three o'cloek; No. 110 Linden street, be. fween Livingston and Orange streets. Price and terms right. FREDRIQUE R. LEWIS, ISO ORANGE STREET. General Insurance. FIRE MARINE LIFE BOILER AUTOMOBILE BURGLAR LIABILITY Tourists' Insurance The Anthony & Ellitharpa Co. 02 CnAPFX STREET. 204 Malley Building. TF.LF.FHONE 6048. For Infoimatioi Regarding tlti ISLE I PINES Write H. B.Kopf, P, 0, Box 1236 City roil SAI.P!. Two fine hiillcllnu lots on ( Impel .SI., nenr KhernWn nvMnii Two on (.Foric nnd Sliermnn iivrmir. li n numlx'r of IoIn on Clllhrrt nnd Mirrninn nveniie, ' I.ni on Whimsy iivcniic. ..Lot on llownrcl nvrnu, l,otn on Fdnrwond nvcniie. We nlxn hnve n line nunihrr of Riilltl. Intt l.oin on Allien nvenne, Westrllle. For full Inforiiuitlon Inquire of J. C. PUnDERFORD 110 CHl'RCH 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. BAD DEBTS COLLECTED. Delinquent customera are worse than leaks In the cash reglstei. 310 Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, 152 Temple Street. ToL 5500. Home Oflice, 79 No. Main, Waterbury. Branches Bridgeport, 138 Fairfield Avenue; Hartford, 304 Main Street EDWARD P. BRETT, Bl'LLiaai. AND CONTRACTOR. Sawing, Turning and Jobbing la Wood of All Kinds. Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Flak ing Boxes. i J PBOCT STREET. FRED CHATF1BLD. Pres. and Trai. JAMES H. CHATF1ELD. Secy The Geo. M, Grant Co, MASONS AND GENERAL CONTRACTORS, Room 201, ttxehango Hlrtg. tZti Hi Chapul 8t TEL. 3119 2 Real Estate Bargains. South of Grand avenue, near Blntchley avenue, a fine two-family house, 13 rooms, all Improvements, Hot nlr heat, slate roof, quick sale price, $8,000. On Rlutchley avenue, two-family house, Improvements, 10 rooms, Snap price, $3,400, Wloorhead & Donnelly, 83 Church Street, Room 20. 2 Family House 10th WARD. v Very Desirable. TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CliAPEL ST., Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service included, Benj. R. English, 839 Chapel Street. FOR SALE , Fine Residence No. 1441 Chapel Street, with barn. Lot 90x158. Judaon & Hauff, Mnlley Bids:. 002 Chapel St. FOR SALE. A line old Hlyle rinir-pnwwnRM' two liorw? Nlelfth, In ftoiul I'oinlltlnn; or ex i'Iiiiiiko for tt work horse. CHARLES F. ROSS :i8 EXCHANGE ST. . FOR SALE. A two-family limine, In excellent eonilltlon, lot nix2(IN reel, nil im ted oil Elm Hi reef, in tlie Iioi'oukIi of West Haven. Trolley lino imnses tlio door. Price $1,500. MOM EY TO LOAN IN SIMS TO SUIT. Open Evening. L. G. I IO AD LEY, Kooin 213, Washington Building, SS CHCRCH STREET. FOR SALE. 1 Family Uoiikc, l,lvlnKKliin Hired. 4 Kninily HoiiHi, MvlimMun alreot. it Family Hiiiim'', Kilwnnls trw, L Family lliiiiHi', oninno Mlrpri. 1 Fauilly IIoiinv, Oreliiird direct. it Family limine, Sherman avenue, 2 Finally Hoiine, llronell Hlieet. 1 Family limine, Ui-I direct. 1 Family IKmimo, KIiii Hirer!. 1 Family IIoiihh. F.I in Hlreel. I Family limine, Howe Mrt-cl. 1 Family JloiiHt'. UeWlit Hlreel, Don'! ee im Ami, liut don't fail la nee uh before yu buy. RUSSELL & ROBERTSON, Ueul EhUiIu. Insurance. Corner Slulo uml Grand. . Tel., 1508-0. FOR SALE One twu-fumlly, Sliutiun ave. One two-l'aiiuly, Norton street. One two-Ciimlly, Garden Btreet, One Iwo-liiinily, Henry street. Rents ooilectnd and properly care I for. Open Monday and Saturday even lnga. WRI.M.IGTOi'V UUH, Wl Church Street.