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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1907.
If it Comes from Mullings it will be Right9' T. Ex -Senator Spooner Arraigns President at Banquet. COMMERCE PEOPLE CHEER. LIS PRESIDFN Wisconsin Statesman Scores Usurpa tion of Federal Rights by States and Criticises "Busters" of the Constitu tionSays Morgan Averted Crisis. New York, Nov. 22. In the absence of men high in the councils of the gov ernment who had accepted Invitations and an extra pair To-morrow will be the last great game of the season, the football players of both colleges have been training and practicing for this great event. The influence of the college man is felt in every community, at the present time football is claiming the attention of the whole country; in our business the clothes that students wear set the style for young men, that is why "College-brand" clothes are so popular with young men, and with men who wish to remain young. To-day they are comfort able as well as correct style, for students are wearing roomy coats and trousers that have graceful lines and are more pleasing to the eye than the close-fitting garments that show every imperfection of a man's anatomy. Our Bank Street South window will contain samples of our stylish College-brand clothes, and a card with the score for each half as fast as they are played. Our " College-brand " clothes for young men, and our " Rightly-made " for all men makes the nicest as well as the largest stock of clothing in Connecticut for you to select from Suits from $10 to $40 Overcoats from $10 to $50. Trousers from $2 to $10. Waistcoats from $2 to $10. Our stock is always the largest the week before Thanksgiving. We are ready to dress you up for your Thanksgiving dinner, you and the boys let us serve you. X R MULLINGS & SON to speak at the annual banquet of the New York chamber of commerce ex Senator John C. Spooner directed pointed criticisms against President Roosevelt and directly attributed to him much of the business unrest and Interstate friction which, Senator Spooner said, exist In this country. "It was not the federal government which came to the aid of the country during the crisis encountered but a few days ago," Senator Spooner said Impressively. "It was the financial JOHN C. SrOONEIJ. leaders who took the burden on their shoulders, and they were led by the uncrowned king of them all J. Pler pont Morgan. Never la the history of this country has the standard of busi ness men been higher or purer than It Is today." Cheers Greet Morgan's Name. The cheers which greeted the men tion of Sir. Morgan's name were in sharp contrust'to the desultory expres sions brought forth by the references made by other speakers to President Roosevelt. Senator Spooner's speech spoiled a programme which obviously had been mapped out by the chamber of com merce. The plans called for a non committal occasion at which no sug gestion of business uneasiness should intrude. The dluner was no less bril liant than the 138 dinners which pre ceded it. The menu reflected no sign of a slim purse. The wines were as plentiful and as costly as of yore. The decorations were quite as brilliant as any which ever beautified the grand Ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria. Almost every sentence was applaud ed as he continued to fire his shafts at the president during his discussion of the constitution. He was cheered when he said this: Proper Way of Amendment. "There has not been a year since the constitution was adopted which has not vindicated the ability and foresight of the men who framed It, and during all these years. In time of peace and In time of war, it has been found un til within the last few years adequate for the proper government of the peo ple of the United States. "I do not know wherein it Is now In adequate, but I do know that If It be Inadequate It is only to be changed In the manner pointed out In the Instru ment by the fathers. They believed In the best security of commerce and pro tection of property within the limita tions of the federal constitution. "But within the last few years we have had a propaganda that wherever the states In the exercise of the powers not granted by them to the federal government, but reserved to the states and to the people by the states, anil the people did not exercise their re served powers In a satisfactory and comjtetent manner, construction of the constitution would be found to deprive them of these powers. I look upon that ns revolutionary and' destructive of the government founded by the fa thers." It was ten seconds before Spooner could go on after tb'.s shaft at the president. Then he went Into a legal argument Indorsing the constitution ii nd pointed out there could never be a successful nullification by the state of the constitution of the United States while a supreme court remained. Then he gave Mr. Roosevelt this further Jab: "I thought we were through with nullification, didn't you? Well, there Is a little excuse for It when It Is pro posed outside of a state that If the state falls to exercise Its power in a manner which suits some one construc tion would he found to deprive them of their power. One cannot very much blame the states for a little rerlprocl tr." FREE. A Beautiful Imported Kwl flork. handonmely and deeply carved, excellent timekeeper and an ornament for any room, usu ally sold at one dollar each, made by the Curkcoo Clock Co of (rf-rmany. They "will be given away Kerr by al! Druggist to every purchaser of one SO Cent box of Ir Brow' Km 11 TaMctn, the Great Mnmach and. Nerve Tonic. Guaranteed to cure Xcnoame. t"oatipatioa. liys pepwia sad Backache. Try box to-day aad get a Hwiss flork Free. A 25 Ceat box of Dr Brow' ladiaa Oiatsscat oaly 1 Ceata. Cares Cats, Kara, Piles, Erse, asa, Cora. Bauiow Tired and Actus reef. Try H. I I, anw. BROWX CHEMICAL CO. Albaay, X. T. FREE TO LADIES. The famous White House Cook Book, nearly 3 Inches thick, over 1, 700 receipes, free, to every lady who brings us a customer for a suit oi overcoat. (You must ask for the book when the suit is first ordered remember this). BANKERS ARE ARRESTED. Brooklyn Financier Put Through Rogues' Gallery Ordeal. New York, Nov. 22. Ten Indictments for forgery In the third degree, grand larceny In the first degree and misde meanors were handed In by the Kings county grand Jury against William Gow, principal owner and once a di rector of the Borough bank; Howard Maxwell, once its president and a di rector, and Arthur D. Campbell, for merly Its cashier. The accused surrendered themselves, nnd Gow was set at liberty on $27,500 ball, Campbell was freed on $20,000 ball, but Maxwell went to the Hny mond street Jail for the night in de fault of the $30,000 demanded on his three felony charges. The prisoners were photographed for the rogues gallery. New Jersey Grocer Is Murdered. Burlington, N. J., Nov. 22. E. 8. Jefferson, a well to do grocer, was murdered a short distance from bis home. He was strangled, his body stripped of all valuables and then placed on the railroad tracks. A Phil adelphia train due at Burlington at ll:.'(0 st nick ami mangled the body, but not enough to destroy traces of the crime. A man who had been loi tering around Jefferson's store for sev eral days is suspected of having com mitted the crime. Andrew Defends Abused Rich. New Haven, Conn., Nor. 22. Chan cellor E. Benjamin Andrews of the University of Nebraska was the speak er at the first meeting of the year of the Forum of the Tale Law school. His topic was "Wealthy Men and the Public Weal." The speaker deprecat-j ed the continual cry against the rich j man Just because he is rich and said I that a gross error was that of blam ing person when fault. If any, at taches to human nature or to society. Democratic Clan Afwmble. Fren. h Lick. Ind Nor. -Thirty-five members of the Democratic na tional committee ami a small army of boomer for towns that want the na tional convention got here to attend a meeting of the committee. The time and place for the next meeting of the national committee will he decided upon That meeting, which will decide the .Lite and location of the con Tui tion, und-til tedly will he held la Wash ington sfw tbe holiday. John D. Aided Republican. Alt-any. X. T. Nor. 22. The Repub llcaa s'-fe committee certified to the necretarr of state that it collected dar ing the rwut campaign $VCU aad dis bursed 7.02. Among tbe contributors were Nt-!o5a Murray Batter. 3i; eor-e It. Cortelyow. JlOO; Jnfea D. Kork-f-!r. $100; Aadrew Csraegle. f LOO"; fhseneey M. Depew. $500. Eagle Attack Jersey Huwtar. EHr-aNeth. X. J, Nov. 22 roua-ta cpna t!w mai a he kaett to drfak. a large attacked Jotia Hurzias af this f.i"e while he was hasting ia the wood- - r Raritaa. " Wall Street Money Panic Slaughters Prices Tailoring Half Price. For $17.50 a $30 Suit or Overcoat to order, including extra $6 trousers free. For $20 a $35 suit or overcoat, extra $7 trousers free. Over $100,000 worth of fine new woolens suddenly turned over ' to our chain of stores during the Wall street money panic, to be con verted into cash. Eleeant new suitines and overcoatines, all eo to you at half price, cut and tailored to your order, including extra $5 to $7 trousers free. Away with ready mades have your clothes made to order. Bring us a sam ple of a ready made store's $25 suit and we will make you the very same identi cal thing for $15 to order and give you besides an extra pair of $5 trousers free. Come for free samples. Let us convince you, vlnll5llllluiilril!nilt(L'o 125 BANK STREET, OPPOSITE REID & HUGHES. nmimin UiaMimMjaMaf j' ALLOTTING THE NOTE ISSUE. Secretary Cortelyou Reject Syndi cate's Conditional Bid. Washington, Nov. 22 The secretary of the treasury has begun the allot ment of the 3 per cent treasury certifi cates, but he returned the bid of n New York syndicate which offered to take $25,000,000 worth of securities uu der certain conditions which it pre scribed. The secretary's reply was a return of the bid, together with the regular form and an Invitation to sub mit a new bid with no stipulations at tached. The same course was followed In the case of a $3,000,000 bid which reached here from St. Louts. Thus far all allotments have been made In the west and through sub treasurles. Many bids which reached here accompanied by cash were filed, but the cash was returned, with the information that If allotments were made It would be through the nearest subtreasury and that the return of the money would not prejudice the bid. Motor Car Sets New Record. Melbourne, Australia, Nov. 22. A forty horsepower motor car broke the world' record for a rwenty-fonr hour nonstop run. The machine, although handicapped by fog. ran 777 miles over the roads of Victoria In this time. Catskill Boniface Shoots Himself. Catsklll. X. Y., Nov. 22.-Feter G. Cornell, manager of the Grant House, shot himself in that hotel. Bis condi tion is critical . WASHING CLOTHES IS AN ART. that we are egotistical rwough to claim are hare thomocbly saawterrd. Vet. if oar work does aot avert your approval, kick, aad kick hard! If are please yoa, are ateaee asm I ms. Tour iantrar tioaw are ufll carry out to tbe Irtter. TEE H0XE STEAM IAC3DST. 277 Bail Street A. J. COONEY.Prop. Open Saturday and Wednesday evenings. We are open every Wednes day evening for ,the special convenience of those who can not come day times or Satur day evenings. We find that many, are at leisure Wednesday evenings and like to come then to try on their garments. This is much better than to come Sat urday when we are so very busy. CrrAe Wednesday evenings br the family. Pick out your goods with plenty of time and attention. The store is flooded with bright white light. I : i n CUT PRICES And Cutlery. Butchers Knives, Cleavers, Meat Saws, Steels, etc. Table Knives and Forks. Pocket Knives from 25c up. Razor Strops were $1.25 re duced to 85c. The Barlow Bros Co., I C3 GRAND ST. Next to Getting Business is Getting Paid for it. . We collect delinquent account anywhere on enrth, on a strictly "making good" basia. ' No advance fee of any kind. Our commission comes out of the collected proceeds. The Child-Heron Law Corporation. ' 79 North Main SL 0RDEB OF NOTICE. ; i Frank C. Baylor of Waterbury r Anna Baylor, alias Anna Abbott. ' formerly of Waterbury, now of parts' unknown. - tl State of Connecticut, New Haven t i A. D.. 1907. I , Upon the complaint of tbe said ' Frank C. Baylor praying for reasons therein set forth for a divorce, now ' pending before the superior court at Waterbury, In and for New Haven f county, to be held on the first Tues- t day of December, A. D., 107. I It appearing to and being found by ,' the subscribing authority that the , said defendant. Anna Baylor, alias Anna Abbott absent from the state: ; gone to part nnknowa; therefore. Ordered that notice of the pend ency of said complaint he glvea by publishing this order la the Water bury Evening Democrat, a aewspaper printed li said Waterbury three daya, successively, commencing oa or be fore the 21st day of Xovetnber. A. D lt. by some proper officer or Indif ferent persoa. SAlirEL J. MARSH. . Assistant clerk of the superior court. lor ,r Havea couaty, at Water bury. State of Cou sect leaf, Couaty of New Hares, as, Waterbur. Coan Xor. II. 17. The witt I a aad foregoiag la a trna aad attested cosy of the origiaal ao tiee. saiBBsoBS, complaiat, aad order of aot Ice la ay haads for service. Attest. JOHX F. 0"BRIEX. ' 11-21-3 Deauty Saerl. ! woa!4 you m without what vr mi waea a zc aa augst get ly i 1