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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 19ira.
New Haven's Reliable Department Store The new Queen Quality Oxford Ties are here, i . come see them. Tan and black. A Dozen Strong Items In The Trade Sale of potions 10 Yerd English Tape, for 6cts a Piece. Good Eye Necdlci, 2c Paper. Large Size Pearl Buttons, oceaa shell, 2 and 4 hole, from 24 to 40 line, worth 25cts, forDcts Card. Mercerized Skirt Braid. lOct kind "Lusto," brand. 7cti the Biece. English. Hair Pins, 100 Pins, straight and crimped, worth lOcts, for 3cts Box. Dress Shield s, lightweight, in s'zes 2, 3 and 4, worth 10c, 12c and 15c pair. 3 Pairs for 25cts. Sleeve Protectors, black, white and checked, 15c kind 9cts Skirt Gauge, makes the hang ing of the skirt a simple matter, 25ct kind IScts 50 Yards Sewing Silks, mide by Heminway, in b'ack, white and all colors. 3cts a Spool. Collar Supports 'Everybody's' is the make, from VA to 3 inches, 6 on a card. 3c Card Dip Pins, nickel and Japanned, black and white, 5cts regu larly. 2for5cts.' Tubular Shoe Laces. yds - long. 5c quality. 3cts Doz. MATTERS IN COURT United States District Court Open3 This Morning at 10 o'Clock. CADWELL CASE POSTPONED News of the rrolmtc Court Bequests of Mrs. Lines Robert Day 1 ' Sues. Women's Best Rubbers, guaranteed, 49 cents a Pair! The February term of the United States district court will open this morning at 10 o'clock, with Judge James P. Flatt on the bench. Among the cases which will be presented to the grand jury is that of Louis B. Ammerman, charged with stealing postoffice orders and passing the same on merchants in this city. Criminal cases to come before the grand jury are those of: United Stales vs. Lornian E. Rob erts; United States vs. Adalbert Sis son; United States vs. John M. Fce ncy. New cases to come before the grand ry are those of United States vs. Foster Dadson: United States vs. John Erickson; United States vs. Horace Fike; United States vs. Louis B. Am merman. The last named is charged with fail ure to scratch the internal revehue stamps from an alleged empty whiskey barrel., He was arrested several weeks ago hy United States Marshal Parme lce at his plare of business in Congres3 avenue this city. Iron Bed Sale ! Odd Beds. Dropped Pattern Beds. Shopworn Beds Refinished, Thirty of them, mostly full size, with a few three-quarter and single. They have been priced at from $4.75 to $7.00. We put tem in this sale at one price $3.50 Brown & Durham .. . Complete House Furnishers. Orange and Center Sts. I nsli Oil CKKDIT. W. F. lllee, I'resi. Tbo. F.-( ilff, V. Vrvni. . V. F. l.IllcUe, Se-.-Tre. Gillette Construction CD- General Contractors and Builders. 313 Mailer BMir., 902 Chapel St. Telephone 3783. KEWSPAFERS, MAGAZINES, STATIONERY, SPORTING GOODS. J A. McKEE'S. 830 CHAPEL. Cadwell Case Postponed. At the opening of the police court yesterday. Assistant City Attorney Hoyt asked for a continuance in the case of Clifford M. Cad well who is charged with two counts of assault with intent to kill upon his wife, Mrs. Vera Peck Cadwell, and her sister, Virginia Peck. Mrs. Cadwcll has not yet left the hospital, though her sister, Mtss Vir ginia Peck, has been out for some time. Two of the three bullets which struck Mrs. Cadwell are still in her body, and her right, side is partially paralyzed. She will, however, proba bly be able to appear in court to testi fy against her husband next Saturday. Mrs. Lines' Requests. ' The will of Mrs. Mary Ann Kimberly Lines, widow of Augustus E. Lines, who died last week at her home, 215 Whalley avenue, was filed yesterday In the probate court. The estate is estimated to be worth $60,000. No pub lic gifts are made. The bequests are $10,000 to George U. Kimberly of New London, a brother; $10,000 to Kate Cruttenden, a niece, of Xew Rochelle; $4,000 to Robert Sutton, a nephew: $1,000 to Henry W. Kimber ly. a brother; $(,000 to Lucy F. Apell, a niece, of Santa Barbara, Cal., $1,000 to Harry K. Lines, a foster son. Mrs. Lines left $600 to Simon Johnson, her coachman, and to his wife. The rest of the estate Is to be dis tributed equa.ly among the following; Leilla Cruttenden of Xow Rochelle, X. V., Henry S. Kimberly, Oliver S. Kim berly and Arthur S. Kimberly of Xew York, Eli Kimberly of California, Fred R. Kimberly of Xew York, Delia Wol don of Xew Rochelle and Harry K. Lines of this city. Attorney Frank S. Bishop Is the executor of the will. Mrs. Lines' death releases a trust fund of $120,000 established in her hus band's will. The heneficlaries of the trust are Yale university, the Young Men's Christian association, the Church of the Redeemer, the Organized Chari ties, St. Francis' Orphan asylum, the Xew Haven Orphan asylum and Lou ise D, Lines. Mrs. Fritting' Will. (Attorney David E. Fitzgerald, repre senting Harry Feltung yesterday In the probate court asked for a delay in the probating of the will of Mrs. Eliz abeth Feltung, who died last week at her horns, SO Daggett street, saying that he wanted time to look into the matter. Mr. Feltung, It is said, is not satis fied with the provisions of his moth er's will. She left a house and lot. at SO Daggett street to her daughter, Mrs. S. Lewis Doble. a hack and pair of horses to Mr. Doble, her son-in-law, $P00 to a daughter, Mrs. Mary Zol ler; $100 to her 'grandchild, Ixiuls Schuster, anil $200 to her son, Henry Feltung. The rest or the estate Mrs. Feltung gave to Mrs. Doble. Judge Studley continued the matter until a week from yesterday. Bristol Will. The will ot Henry Bristol of West vllle, was filed for probate yesterday. The estate is worth about $R,000. Anita Bristol Warren, a granddaughter, Is to receive $400, and the rest is given to Mr. Bristol's daughter, Mrs. Nellie B. Cooper. Robert K. Day to Sue. Robert K. Day, son of the late Hor- AN OLD XVRSli Persuaded Urn-tup to Drink lVstnm. Marine Record. GEXEHAL SHIPPI JEWS. CLEARED. Sen Altanna, 'Brown, Aniboy. .Son Amelia Ann, Gaudy. Amboy Seh George ami Albert. Fa Ire Mid. Boh Emperor, Smith. ace Day, for many years secretary of the board of education, has brought suit in the superior court for a par tition of the real estate left by his father. The defendants In the suit are Miss Anne P. Day and Mrs. James Woodward, sisters, and James Wood ward, a brother-in-law. Mr. Day, who was formerly a newpaper man in this city and is now in New York, wants to secure his share of the property. Constable Itoscoe Brown served the writs yesterday. Robert E. Day a few years ago tried to break the will o his uncle, Prof. George E. Day, but withdrew his action. PERSONAL NOTES, Miss Alice Cowles is the guest of relatives In Merldeu. John Murray of 264 Lloyd streat, is spending two weeks with friends In Ansonia. IN SOCIETY. D. Xcuinan of 13 Wall street, will spend the week end with Ills mother in Xew York. Miss Kathryne L. McGuIness of West avenue, lying Island City, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Riley of Win throp avenue. Mrs. Lewis H. English of Whitney- avenue gave a supper dam e, at the j Lawn club last evening for the young-I er set. lArterwarcis tne grown-ups went to the Charity ball. Mr. and Mrs, Sanders W. Hart and Miss Dorothy O.sborn have left Miami, Florida, on their way home and are now at The Carolina, Plnehurst, X. C, They expect to reach Xew Haven the middle of next month. Miss Alice Sneath of Farmington Is the guest of 'Miss Kelly of Davenport avenue. XEW WEST INDIES BOAT. Oroya Will Make Its Maiden Trip March 7. The Interest displayed by tourists and travelers to the West Indies makes It a matter of interest to know that the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company have again added to their Xew York service another large and magnificent steamer, the "Oroya." This ship sails from this port March "th, to Jamaica, Central and South America and the West Indies. Like the other ships this company operates, the "Oroya" is luxurious, roomy and has all the modern appli ances necessary for the comfort and convenience of the travrer. Special effort is being made to make this first trip from Xew York one that will not be forgotten by those who travel to Jamaica or the West Indies. The general agents of this line are Messrs. Sanderson k Son, 22 State street, Xew York City, and Foster Debevolse, the passenger agent, FUH iron building, Xew York City, would be pleased to give yon Information and any assistance possible by applying at his office In person or by letter. Mrs. I. Ettlinger of Xew York Is the guests of her mother, Mhs. Abclcs of 66 Edgewood avenue. "THE SONG OF THE WIND." (By Charles W. Plummer, New Haven.) I wandered afar when the moon was were bright In tits general shippim; news. Sable Ishinri. X. S.. Feb. 24. Steamer Kaiser Willielm H, Bremen, South ampto n and Cherbourg for New York, in communication wilh the Marcnnl sta tion, ToO miles cust ot anuy hour, ai 910 a. m. , , ' Plymouth. Feb. 24 Arrived: foteam er Kronprinzessin Cecilie. New lork for Cherbourg and Bremen (and pro ceeded) Cherbourg. Feb. 22. Sailed: fcleamcr Philadelphia (from Southampton!, Xew Tnhsthahwll. Feb. 23. Passed :Steam er Corinthian. Glasgow, for Boston. Hamburg. Feb. 21. Arrived: bteam er Pennsylvania, New oik. , Rotterdam. Feb. 22. Arrived: Steam er Pennsylvania. Xew "iork. Rotterdam. Feb. 22. Arrived: Steam er tSatendam, New York. Marseilles. Feb. 22. Arrived: Steam er Ca'ahrla, New York via Naples. Bremen, Feb. 22. S p. m. Arrived: Steamer liartvirossa, New York. Madeira. Feb. 23. Arrived: Steamer Cedric, New York for Naples and Ge noa. ... . Genoa Feb. 23. Arrived: Meamer Konis- Albert, New York via Gibraltar and Naples . . ', , Malta. Feb. 24. Arrived-; Steamer Arabic. New York for Funchal and Gib raltar ion cruisei. Glasgow. Feb. 24. Arrived: Steamer Columbia. New York via Moville. Cherbourg, Feb. 24. Arrived: Steam er Kronprinzessin . Ceeelie, New York via i-'iymouiii iui uum'.-ii ceeded I. Rotterdam. eo. bhiii-o. oieamer Lituanlan (from, Libaut, New York. Rremen Feb. 22. Sailed: Steamer Sevdlltz. New York. Manchester, reo. .6. nanca; oieumer Caledonian. Boston. Quei-nstown. Feb. 24. Sailed: Steam er Merion (from Liverpool) Phlladel- P' Boulogne. Feb. 23. 6 a. m.-t-Salleii? Steamer Noordam (from Rotterdam) Xew York. -.. Cape Spartel, Feb. 22. Passed: Steamer Florida, Naples for New York. Glasgow. Feb. 24. Arrived; Steamer Ontarlan, Portland. . Havre, Feb. 22. Sailed: Steamer Florida, New York. jmjLERUIDE flew York - iew Haven & Ha'tf'd ftailroad. Mr. and Mrs. Myer Hlrschberg of Audubon street, are spending three weeks in Xew Y'ork city. Miss Caroline Lew is of Xew York, Is spending several days with her mother Mrs. Gross of Woolsey street. Miss Marie Xoble of Pardee street, has returned front a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Brunncll In Xew York city. MRS. HARLES FOWLER DIES. An old faithful nurse and an exper ienced doctor are a pretty strong com bination in favor of Fostum instead of coff'-e. The doctor said: "1 began to drink Fostum five years ago on the advice of an old nurse. "During an unusual busy winter, between coffee, tea and overwork, I became a victim of Insomnia. In a month after beginning Prjstum. in place of coffee. 1 could eat anything and sleep as soundly as a baby. In three months 1 have gained twenty pounds in weight. I now use Dostum altogether instead of coffee; even at bedtime with a oda cracker or some oth'r tasty biscuit. "Having a little tendency to Diabe tes. 1 use a Jmall quantity or saccha rine instead if sugar, to sweeten with. I may add that to-day tea" or rnfTee are never present in our house and very many patients, on ray advice, have adopted Tastum as their regular leverage. "In conclusion. I can assure any one that, as a refreshing, nourishing, and nerve strengthening beerage. there is nothing equal to Dostum." "There's a Reason." Name given bv postum Co.. Battle Creek. Mich. R.j "The Road to WeiMiie," iu pkga. Widow of 1flte Attorney Parses Away Suddenly. Th death of Mrs. Kate (Stark weather) Fowler, widow of the late Attorney Charles Holt Fowler, who died on January 31, last occurred sud denly last evening at her home, 205 Whalley avenue. Mrs. Fowler had apparently been in good health, hut was suddenly taken ill yesterday morning and death followed quickly. Mrs. Fowler was well known in this city and had a large circle of ac quaintances. She had been actively associated with Christ Episcopal church for many years past where she had hern interested In various lines j of " ork. Mrs. Fowler's death comes as a pe : culiarly heavy loss to her children j following so soon after the death of i their father. Mrs. Fowler was a woni i an of large heart and an affectionate I and much lo ed mother. She was d- voted to her children and her home life claimed her first attention, i Mrs. Fowler is survived hy four ! children. Charlotte S., George S.. bus i iness manager of fie Yale Alumni Weekly; Kathryn and Helen, all of this city, and by three step-children. Mrs. E. F. R. Varick of Stamford, Dr. Theodosia Fowler Schoeny of Xew Y'ork. and Charles F an engineer in China. Miss Jennie Ehrlleh of Washington avenue, Is visiting her brother, M. W. Ehrlleh of 12S East S6th street, Xew York city. high, When the stars' bending sky. When the singing of birds was hush-1 ed and still. When sllenco slept with the sleeping- rill. And my pinion was swift and my spirit was stronr. As the wldo world over I rushed along For my life was aflame with poetic fire, . And 1 swept the chords of my mystic lyre. With a darling hand, and I know my power, Would shipwreck hopes in a single hour. I scattered flowers o'er lonely graves--I played like a child with the ocean waves. Then 1 hurried away to an isle, oi tight. litre oft I have sung with the sera phim bright. And beside a roi, where the moon beams flint. Their lengthening shadows ,'urled my wing Then my song was hushed and my Heart grew hick, And my throbbing pulses were low and quick. And my spirit forgot Its might an' pride, For a child In Ihe cot at that moment died. And no mother was near to soothe its moans, Or w ildly listen to Its startling groans; For she tolled In the rich man's gilded home For bread for her babe when the morn should come. Alone ho had died and alone he lay In th desolate cot till, the dawn of day, Then I heard a shriek Of such mad de spair. That I dared not linger longer there. And onward I flew and my dlrgo like song i SUrtled the hills as I rushed along. Till here by thy side I have paused to weep, For I cannot sing and I cannot sleep. XEW l.OXDOX MAHIXE 4)TES. New London, Feb. 24. Arrived: Tug Harold with tive barges from east. fOH Xeit itmtk. .-u, HAi, zb.au. b.au, s.uu, i.s.l, l. a ':, a. iu., uwi, u.iv i.io. 2;l, 2:2o, Uiu, "Hl'.'ili, 1:86, a.i3, t:do, 'o.'jt, 'i.U. 'i .Mo, l.bi, i:oi, D.Zu p. ui. suuuas - . M:a, xi.eo, ., a. in.. 1.4. UU, l:!o, 'i.Vi, .., 'a.)i, au:1U, o:2, 'i.ui, 'i.ui, a:uj, H.Zu 0. ui. l uc uaiuafciuii via Uarlem Jltvrr 'l.uu, v. 1..., -i..uu, mglii, uaily. . troc jjuaioa m Uanliiru .iid Willi. uiuuiiv "IU.V4, u. Ui., .!! p. 111. nr Bunion m iHev L,uuam sad I'ruwucucc .'iuv, 't.oj, i .ii, -U.12, a. iu., -i;uo. -H.-iS, 'i.ub, 4.2U, :, -0:i4, ii. in. eundaya 'i.4u. .b a., ui., i2:Ui, 2:b, ".ai, Uiia, y. ui. , lur IJoaton via SorlBKfield fli:il, a. in., 'l:ia, u.ni, i. ui. Buu Jis a. in., i:46, p. m. fur liurdoru, sipriUKtieia, la.!. '1:11 x4.vu, t:ii, clo, -lu:ui, '11:11 a. Ui, M.I-.W, l:i, i.l), 't:va, .o:u0, u.u6, :lu (,u li.uuordj, o;iu, V.J'i p. ub , juiiuay i:i, xv.va, ml;4u a, nu, l.lii, -u.it, 7.1V, xa:lJ, x:u p. iu. - tve AtK Luuuoo, lite 'Hiio, '2 ii, i;ii, ix.Li, i io bayoruok), H:i. a. ui. 12.05, "U2.42, "2:65, :u. l:2u, 4;u2. ii.li, 6:i'U I. to bayOroott); , t).42, 'i.va, ii. ju, vio bayurouK), p. . in. bundays s:2U, 2:H, 8:62, a. lib,: 'li-.oa, 'i:ai, 4;6J. 7:0 p. m. : but Mlddictunu, U Uiiiu.tBtlc, Ktc.- ; 7:3u a. in,, I2:u8, t:02, p. iu. buna; u , ; : p. in. ur buellurb Fallm, Kte. 7:44 a. ra., 13:Bt- tto Jevv Haittor-lJ, 4:01, 6:64 p. in. uo Westiield.i 1 fur Vau-rUur6:60 (via NaugiitujK ; Junction;, :u, s:32 a. m s:4i, 7.iu, ll:4u p. m. .Sundays k:28, U.15 a. in., 0:46, :6(! p. m. tor VMuoira B:6u (via Naugatui" Junction!, tf:J2 a. tn.,. 2:36, E.4o, 7.4v p. m. Sundays S:26 a. m.,' , ti.l p. m.- - .. , - . 'or IMItsSt-ld and Intermediate Point 6:55 (via lsridepiru, b:22 a. m.. 2:52 (via Bitdscpciti 4:05 p. ni. Sunday 7:56 (via Bridgeport) a. m. ; lor LIUhHeid a;3f. a. m 4:06 p. ra. Sundays 7:66 (via hridgeport) a. m. Kxpresg trains. xLocal express. llPailor car limited. W. G. B1EHO, F. C. COLEY, (en. Supt. Aut. Gen. Paa. Act forth Cjermanfoyd. FAST K.VPKKSS SKRVICK. ' lMymoulh Cherbourg Bremen 10 k.m K. Will. 11... Mar. 3,K. D. (it Iiy. 6 i W Kfiw Havpn linp I Ir.-I. ii iiuiuii wiiw VlaBjUB HEW TURK, THE Zy0M-U" SOUTH AND WKST FA It ES REDUCED, "no.elle Mar. Ii Kronp. Win. Mar.24 K. Wm. II. Mar. 31 K. d. Gr. ...April 7 Cecilie Apr. 14 Kronp. Wm. Apr.21 K Wm. II. Apr. ! Ceeelie May 12 Kronp. Wm. May la K. Wm. II, .May 28 Kaiser u. Ur.Ju 2 Ceeelie June 9 Kronp. V7m..June 18 K. Wm. II., Ju 23 TW IN-SCKEW PASSENGER SERVICE. 1'lyiuoulh Cherbourg Bremen 10 a.m Kheln .... Feb. 27. Hurbirossa.May 21 Seydllt ..Mar. z uort.tnger. .May Hieslai. . .Mar. 2b, Luotzov , . .Juno 4 Kuifuerst. .Juna 11 Bremen. . . .Juno It Frledrlch. .June 20 P.Frlod.Wm.- Ju 25 Uarbarossa. Ju 27 n C IiAIMS HKARD FnilrAV. The Claims committee, composed of Aldermen Collins, Kenna, Miller, Townshend and Belden, of the Board of Aldermen will meet Friday night to receive claims against the city. Barbarossa. Apr. 9 SevdlttiS... ,Apr. 2? I.uetzow. . ..Apr. 30 Kuifuerst.. .May Main May 1 Bremen direct. ME1)1TTERXE4 SERVICE. (ilhrultur Naplra tii'non at 11 a. m. C'onnccllng' nt Glhroltar for Alsler. P. Irene Feb. 211. P. Irene. .. .April 4 Frledrlch Mar. 7 Frledrlch. .Apr. 11 K.Lulse. . . .Mar. 14l K. Iuise. . . Apr. IS K. Albert.. .Mar. 2S K. Albert. ...Maj"3 or(h (irrmnn I.layd Travellcra' Check tiouil All 0er the World. Orlrlehu j$. ... Agl., 5 Tl'wnj-. X. Y. Sweezcy & Kelsey, 102 Church St., Bishop & Co.. 283-2S5 Orange St., M. Zunder & Bons, 253-237 State St. STEAMER RICHARD PECK. From New Haven leavo Belld Doclt dally, except Mondays 1:30 a. m. J rom New York Leave Pier 30, East River, foot Peck Slip 3:J0 p. ni. daliy, except Sundays. tThne between New Haven and New York about five hours; Tickets and stateroom at Bishop & Co.'s, 185 Orange street, also at Bell Dock and on Steamer. GEO. C. BLACK. Agent, New Haven. F. C. COLE Y, Gen. Pass. Agt.. N. Y. (I OLUND-AMERICt LIN NtW YORK ROTTEJOAM, via BOULOGNE Smlini"! W'edncsdavsas nei stiliuc list Twin-Screw Steamers of 12,500 24,170 RYNDAM Feb. 26, Mar. 31, May 6 NOORDAM... ..Mar. 11, Apr. 15, May 20 8TATKNDAM. .Mar, 18. Apr. 22, Mar. 27 POTSDAM Apr. S, May 13. June 17 NEW AMSTERDAM Apr. 20, June3,Jy8 HuIlaad-Anterli-n Mae. 30 B'war, H. Y. Or Local Agent. 1HETH0MP50N 5H0P cAll the Planning of an apartment or a home in every detail or interior decoration, Wall covering, R.ugs, Carpets, Lamps and Furniture are to he found at f 46 ELMST-NEWIIAVENCT t 4ttf ttt?fttttf Oldest Established Furrier In Xew Haven. JOHN WOLF, FURRIER. 739 CHAPEL STREET ; Over Hul.'s Drus Store SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, i No matter what you want in the fur line goods from stock, goods made to order, fur repairs or alterations we guarantee satisfaction. That means quality, workmanship and price. . M'-rtttMM'i"Htt'HtM tfrl-tttt'rl'rt rt FRENCH LINE. Compaaruia Generate Tranaatlaatiqaa, Direct Une to HAVRE PARIS, Franca, Sailing every THURSDAY, 10 a. ra. From fier 4Z, Nortn River, New York. , v . La Tourakie . La Savoie La Provence . La. Bretagne. ... La Touralne. . La Savoie ......... Feb. ST ....... March 5 ,. March 13 ........ March 19 ........March 2G i April I Twln-acrew gteamere. Apply to French Ur., 19 State St, N. T. or Sweeiey & Kelsey, lit Church St, Bishop A Co., US Orange St, Parian Co.. If Orance 8t WEST INDIES lour to- Jamaica, Panama,. , Spanlak Main, Trinidad, Bar. b a doe a, Windward I.lundi, etc.. 13 to 63 Daa 90 to 9340, Ilustrated booklet on reaueat ' Oroya Mar, 7 I Magdalena, Apr. 4 Tagus Mar. 21 Atrato, ...April II Luxurtoua Steamer of (.000 tons. " THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO. SANDERSON & SON, 22 State Street FOSTER DEBEVOISE, Flatlron Bldg. Bishop & 1 Co., 185 Orange street, Sweezey & Kelsey. 102 Church street. Going South This Winter? NO BETTER THAN IT SHOULD BE, BUT AS GOOD AS IT CAN BE... :SUDE SUPERIOR IN QUALITY AND PRICE TO OTHLIt PRINTERS IS THE WORK OP The MASON PRESS BOOK AND JOB PRINTING; 393 State Street. Telephone 1504-6. If so, arrange for your stateroom, berths and sleepliig-t-ar Bccomnio tint ions,' and purchase your tickets of the old, reliable flnu ot Bishop A Co., 183-185 Orange Street ( Baggage checked from residence to destination. I Also direct agents for all EurcA pean lines. ' ' . - i 25 days WEST INDIES $125 i from IX. V, I 'by super FEB. 29, Mar. 7 , Prinz Steamers Itineraries include Fortune Island, Port Antonio, Kingston, Savanilla, Car taeena. Port bimon (San Jose, Costa Rita). Colon, Kingston, Fortune Island, ' New 'fork. Cost tnelndrs outilde decal ! stateroom aeeonimodatloa and meala. ' To JAMAICA only ;!Unrndtrip.; Special Tours Including hotel and Otn cr expenses, 03 up; 6 days' Auto ! mobile tourg in Jamaica. - - ----- . .-. - - ' - - Hamburg-American Line The Range of Thought 3, j For local agents gee other advertlsi 4, j ment DOHKRTY KlliLnn HLMSVXF. Relatirs Hid Ilottlr Containing Acid in Order to Avoid rublldty. Jame? Doherty, who wa;? found dead at his home, TO Washington ' avenue, last Friday night, committed ! Fuioide. according to the statement of Medical Examiner Charles J. Bartlctt. i After th suirido the relatives hid ti i Iwittle n hich had contained the acid, in ord?r to hide the deed from the I public. The funeral waa held jea j tcr jjty. Hacked by forty years of expert Move-making, the For tune go ranges are the embodiment of careful thought, etudy and skill In this special line. Xot eipcnsivc gas ranges, but practical popular ones. When it comes to the comparison of ranges no one can scak so authoritatively as the maker. You want a range simple and economical In operation; superior In cooking; modem, convenient and durable In construction. These arc pre-emlnenlly the features of the Fortune. When s conies to the appearance of the range that speaks for Itself. i HAMBURG-AMERICAN REGULAR SAILINGS BY STEADT, MODERN. LUXURIOUS, LEVIATHANS London Paris Hamburg Pretoria. .Feb. 23 (WalderseoMar.Il Anierika.new.Mar.J Penn Mar. 2l. S:ills to Hamburg direct. GIBRALTAR-NAPLES-GENOA ' Hamburg.. Mar. 31 IMoltke Apr. Zi 1. Oceana .....Ayr. 2 IFatavla May t ' 1 C'omnnay's Office. 3.-37 Brondirny. N, Y, ' : TRAVKLERS' CHECKS ISSUED. Sweezey & Kelsey. H'2 Church St, M. Zunder & Son, 219 State street: J. H. Parish & Co., 86 Orange street: Blshoa Co., 185 Orange street; H. Bussmaa, ;i Orange street. Mide by Thomis, Roberts, Ster.s"n Ca Fhila. The Fortune Range 1 Starin's N. Y.&N.H. Line. PAILY EXCEPT SATVRDT. PE(iKR IVD FREIttHT SERVJCB Leaves New Haven 9:00 p. m.. Starts! Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leava New York 9:00 p. m., Cortlandt Street, Pier No. 13, N. R. Fare 75c., excursion tickets $1.25. Rooms II. Take Cbap el Street cars to Brewery street C. H. FISHER. Aitent. Sew Uavea. fee