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COURIER. WEDNESDAY, AFPJL 1, 19G3. if The Sherlock . absolutely sanitary. Holmes Pipe A tool, clean, I'ull-lluvorcd smoke; never uny odor, Nothing lint the cleanest, freshest, purest smoke ever enters (he niontli. Cannot Burn Your Tongue. COME IN AND SEE IT. NEED NEW ENGINES Chief Fancher Tells Fire Board It Should Rcplaco Old Ones, The L L Stoddard Tobacco Go, IFIVE ONLY DID GOOD WORK 940 Chapel Street. TWO FALL FROM CAM'S. Low Shoe Stockings Are mi conspicuous in points of qtiul ity, color, mill patterns Hint a little more tittentlon to these features thitn during winter Is not amiss. Plain color have the cull. We tune them In nil tiie rich colorings suggestive f Sii'.ltfi'. Variety of fulirics, too silks, llsles, "sHU-llslcs," fine Macos, etc. Sumo range In price, too lint none VFRV cheap, none VFRV high- or, to put It in other words, as cheap us pood goods can lie sold. I Anotliei Oii( Man llicaks Arm: Slightly Bruised. Willie driving through Olive street shortly before noon yesterday PasqUHlo Hurglone. oi: KUtl (li'iiinl avenue, was thrown out to tln sircet when his bursa became frightened and ran uway. He was taken into h saloon nearby ami the lion)ltal ambulance was rnlhid, which tuck 11 iu man to thn New Haven hospital. There It was found Hint lot had only sustained hrul.-ies about t ho arm rind head and that his condition was not at all serious. The accident, hrolto the shai't of the wagun also, Sorf'ione is thirty-right yours old, 11 nil Is a contractor. John DeW ltt, a. driver for the Spi r Colli conipnuy, hud his left tinn broken by being thrown from his curt, while driving Willi u load yesterilay noon. The iniiu win taken to the New Haven hospital where It was found that thi case was one of simple fraetnro. lie Wilt. Is thirty-eight, years of age, mar ried, anil liven at II William sircoi. In Recent Severe Inspection Renmin bi;; Sicumers Were Only Fair iu Opera I Ion. (INCORPORATED) OPP. THE TOWN PUMP SFSPFCTFD OF Til FI T. ( FT II FAD WITH ROTTLE. Colored Mnn Tries lo Df-posc of Rrass Valves, . 'illiam Johnson, u young colore! man from Springfield, Mass., was nr. rested yesterday afternoon In Plate Btreet and held on n charge of IdlcucM by TJrlcitlves ("olvvell and lionnelly. The yrung nian had In his possession several entirely new and quite valuable brass valves and lie was trying to ills rose nf Iheni. He claimed Hint they belonged to him, but the pollee suspect lilm of tlio theft ef the articles. John mn Is twenty. nine .vears of acre. Sl.v Stitches Taken In Cranium of Pre terit's Victim. Charged, with lu-cucli of Hie peace, Hie lirand avcniK' police hold Anlonla Prctoia of .177 (Irand iivenne, who is accused of hilling C. -lir liclliidlno of "."il Fast street over (He head witll a l.eer hot 1.1c yesterday afternoon. Dr. j Keiry was called to attend Hie man j and lie had to take eight stitches to sew up Hie wound. The victim Is nt- j so held on a In-each of Hie ponce j charge. Fretera was not to be 'mind after the fight but he was hunted last night h ratrolman l.avlor and brought Into Hie station. RFXFAV DOfi 1,1( FXSI'.S. According lo toe law of the state of Cnnneetleut nil, owners of dogs must he re-llcensed again before the tirst of May i.nd the I I town clerk's office will u.ive local ib'K owner. one moinh to gel their licenses. New taps havn liren Issued, these being of a trian gular simps of tile iienra lilid Hie of fice will start to dispense tliem tn-rhiy. Chief Fancher made his report on tin: recent Inspection nf tile apparatus of the tiro department which wis held by the National Underwriters' Inspec tors at the, meeting of the. hoard of fire oommlxsionora last night. Ills report, though brief, ended with thin plain, unvarnished statement: "Tim test dem onstrated very plainly that a number of our older engines should bo replaced with more modern apparatus," in the. course of tin; report lie stated that en gine number 1 had to he taken off duty and overhauled on account of trouble which became apparent In the. test, and number 9 had a leak which has now been repaired. Knglnes. :t, ti, 7 and Li did Rood work In the test, ac cording to the report, while the chief characterizes the work of 4, 5, 8, 9 and 10 as only fair. In the latter class also is ranked the reserve engine which is at present doing duty at engine house 11, The following promotions to date from April 4 were approved: Captain M. -Fleming of engine 7 to the first grade and the following hnscmcn to the first grade: W. J. Kllloy, engine 1; J. T. Lynch, engine K; T. .1. McOrath. en gine f; T. I. McQueeuey, engine 12; J. F. iaji r; truck 1: J. Mortel, engine 4; ti. A. Hose, engine II;" and J. 1. Hyan, truck 4. The chief recommended that summer eips be adopted as soon as possible now and the matter was referred to the supplies committee with power to act. 88 DRASTIC ACTION IN VENEZUELA CASE mm Absolutely Pure Tho only baking powder made with Royal Graps Cream of Tartar - No Alum, t BOILDJHGJffl BOOM Austin's Monthly Report Shows Seventy-eight Permits for March, 1308. QUARTER'S FINE SHOWING Increase Been of Building Over 11)07 Has $05, -in I Normal Condi Hon Prevails. The monthly report of Building In spector Austin for March wan made, out yesterday and shown that Hie building 'iiisiness lias ln-en much bet ter In this i ll; for that month and In faet for Hie first quarter this vi-nr than it was for the corresponding per iod of last year. During the month which closed yesterday, there were "8 building penults Issued from the i'IIck ,,r ,, i,i., i, ,.i,.i,t .,,, f,,i- i,,. i,. i 1,1,11,1. Civic Societies Representatives 1 ings ami :n r..r frame. The total ost of these buildings was $:'55,fiS, .vhb h FOR BETTER HEALTH and Supervising Princi- pals Confer. BABY DEPT. ' Showing a New Line of . INFANTS' DRESSES '? INFANTS' COATS Is That Enough to Say 7 COHANE. 150 Orange St. OPENING SPRING SALE. , Instead of offering opening exhibits we offer OPEN ING VALUES ! Prices quoted are for brand-new goods just received, except in the case of the baby carriages and , linoleum remnants. CHILDREN MAY HELP Sccrnl Plans IHscussed mid l'rnfcMir Bttlley Again Speaks of Conditions, a h- inet GO-CARTS REDUCED! Fifteen carriages, curried over from imt fall, to he fold (0 the first hlddcrt as follows: Four ImmlMuiie drown cnrilages -Were ,...910.50 S;! 1.5091 1.0" 8IH.50 Now (1.50 15.00 8.50 10,00 , Five full-sized gii-cnri Were 9 IS 91 9 9.!5 915.50 91(1.00 -Now II ft) 15 0.00 0.50 Four smaller go-carts, natural color. Were ....913.00 913.50 911.50 $ia.n Now K.00 8.00 7.00 7.00 Fifty per cent, discount on all lace covers. Ucgular prices 75c to W 38c to S2. 50, REMNANTS $1.50 INLAID LINOLEUMS for.. 59c per yard IleiMiiuiils up lo 15 square yards lit n piece for 50c per square yard for full pieces. Fine chance lo cover small rooms, tcllliules and bath rooms. Bring measures, lis none of these pieces will lie sent on ap proval or held for rooms to lie measured. mm AXMINSTER RUNNERS REDUCED ! A leading Item: Best quality Ax minster Bugs. In rich oriental pal terns and colorings. Ilcduccd us Hles. ' Itegnlar. Now". 3x11 reel 9 1.40 93.10 2-3x1) reel 5.50 1. 10 2-3x10.0 11.50 I.H5 2-!lxl2 7.50 5.110 ilxl) feet H.50 5.75 nxlOJi fT ........ D.50 '!.50 ilxl 2 10.50 7,25 Begular dollar ruhher Door Mat-fur 69c EACH 5-FOOT RAG RUGS 98c Old-fashioned striped Bugs ami olld colors in reds, greens and lilacs, Itegnlar price 91. 10. Now IIHc each. Handsome new Hag Bugs receiv ed up to 0x12 feet. Beautiful new eolnrlncs and two-tone effects, With soft ecru warps. FURNITURE STORED. ASK OI71 PBICFS! 10,000 square I'eet In our new store house, corner State mid Fair streets, Carpels cleaned f to He per yard. Making over and repairing carpets! the CHAMBERLAIN co- Crown and Orange St. Corner. "Ostermoors $15." afis3Y The "rentl, committer of the As sociated fivie societies nod the super vising principals of the clly school dls. trh'ts h'-ld a conference yesterday af ternoon In I'nlted church ehapel nnd Hie proposed house cleaning In the city slums was discussed at length. In the alisetii-e of President Kent of the Associated socletlii, C, S. lie For est presided, of the siipcrvinlug prinel- i pals. John U. Lewis as the otilj ; sen tee. prof, V. I!. Bailey also with the committee. The main subject nf ilhcus.-lon was on what coiirsij to take to do away i with the conditions tnnv prevailing In i sections of tho clly us revealed in Prof. Halley's lecture at the Lowell i House association meeting last week. Prof. Hall'-y repeated yesterday a '"W jof the fads he gave lit the lecture imd :al agreed that soiin tlilng should he 1 done, ;1nd that, as soon as pos-dhte, The Associated societies have receiv ed assurance from Mayor Martin that .the municipal government will do all It can to did the former In lta house I cleaning campaign.' Principal Sherman I, C.iaves of the Strong district sits iSoFt.'d that a school holiday he de 'elared some time In Hi" nenr future, and the school children be given to un derstand that they must put In tho day In cleaning up their own premig. re. others did not look with much fav or cm this scheme, other plans wri i advanced, but the eotifereneo did pot ', decide definitely on liny one, , That, Prof. Bltlley be requested to re peat Ids lecture sometime in the next few weeks In some large hall was the , unanimous d-slrn of all present. The ; matter was referred to the Associated I Civic societies' program committee. 'DEFEiNMME : GAME MISSION (Continued from First Pnge.) birds should lie procured from Kurope, lr. French said that for u climate like Cnnneetleut. there was great trouble In finding birds that would live, The KuropoHii partridges are hardy and In the states of Illinois and Kuiisiih where I they have befit Introduced, have flour. Iwlie.l, Next fall when the large supplies are brought here the people of the state will have to feed them through the winter and refrain from killing them. Or. French said that lie believed Inn wild turkey should be Introduced again Into 'onncctlcut n ml that during the coming year working with the commis sion, be will try to do Mils. The wild turkeys have nearly ill been killed off or have mixed with domestic blood. That the kinds of j)lrds which the commission is bringing Into the Slate are varied was shown by the statement of Or. French that during the past, few weeks about twi nty pairs of Mongollnn pheasants have boon brought to Con necticut and arc now breeding ut Windsor Locks. In closing his Interview Dr. French said It was practically up to the sports men of Connecticut to my whether or not. the Stite should be restocked. H said that the hunters must practically declare n closed season whet her Hie legislature does or nm, for the coming live years, rules this Is done the work of the commission and tils work on be half of the commission will go for naught. Or. French eatnn to the city to eon 1 fcr with the enmnlssloti shout thn '.partridges whhih wrlvc to-day. He re i ,..r., il to Wash I iC t r ni lam til-rlii Is an Increase of $91,001 over March 1 907, when there were fill permits with a value of $ lfin.51 !. of the amount of work for which permits were taken out last month, $lN4,s:!5 Is what Is known us new work that Is entirely new structures while the remaining $70,1 S3 Is old work or repairs and alterations. Frame buildings for last month call for $ 1 R r.,8 So while brick cost f K,,1. The last total for last month Is not neconnted for by any exceptionally large building which makes oxer half the total ns was the case for Febru ary. The largest single Item for the month cost only S1fi,S:i, and Is a brick apartment house. For the tlrst quarter of the cur rent year the total has been $1H'.'.R9l as against n total for the same per iod of last yenr of $tl7,4:'..r.O. This shows an Increase of $ ( ." . 4 d 4 . 0 for this year. There were last month permits Issued for 11 one-family houses and lfi two-family In the total of 78. NATION AIDS TRUST United Fruit Company's Monop oly Maintained by Costa Rica. RIVALS' CROPS SEIZED Our Courts Powerless to Preient 4 'on flscailon of American Proper! y. Washington, March 31.- oe question whether an American corporation exer cising the functions of a trust can be permitted to use n foreign government to assist it In maintaining a monopoly will be Investigated if n resolution of fered in the Senate to-ibiy by Senator Johnston, of Alabama, Is adopted. The resolution provides for an Inves tigation by Ihe department of com merce iiiul labor Into the character of the 1'iilted Fruit company, w hich is en- (Cutitinued from First Page.) In a foreign country would be. neither safe nor profitable, .Received Scant Conshleriil ion. Tiie claims, were presenlcd to Von- j ezuela by Mr. lUissell and the corre- j spondenct! shows they received scant consideration, on that account Mr. Hoot addressed another letter to Mr, Uusscll dated Juno lil, 11)07, calling at tention to the demands for tin amicable, adjustment of the, controversies by means of iiitrrn.itiomil arbitration, but that the justification must bo great and convincing. Commenting upon Venezuela's failure to take cognizance, of tho American note, Mr. Hoot in this letter said; Cult mid Contemptuous. "The answer tho Venezuelan, gov eernmont makes to theso (leniaiuls practically refuses consideration. It is practically eonllned to a simple de nial of the correctness of the attitude of; tills government. The curt and contemptuous way in whlelu.lt Ignores or dismisses the .serious and respectful representations of the .United States produces a painful impression of In difference und dlnrespeel. With pa tience, however, which has character ized the actions of the government of the linked States In the past In all Its relations to Venezuela., the depart ment of sf.r.te ugaln instructs you to reiterate th, views expressed In tlm instructions of February last and to make the following brief reply to each of the points raised by the mem orandum of Venezuela." The claims are again reviewed, and Mr. Hoot con cludes his letter an follows: "As to each and every cno of the aforesaid cases In case you chall not receive a prompt and favorable reply from the government of Venezuela you will epres:-ly and formally pro pose to the gmrrnmenl of Venezuela that the claims against that govern ment In respect thereof be submitted to arbitration before the permanent court of arbitration at The Hague, or if Venezuela filiall prefer, before a tri bunal of tnrce jurists, not members of The Hague tribunal to be .selected In the usual manner." On Fehruary IS, J 90S, Secretary Hoot dispatched a. cablegram to Min ister Russell Instructing him to ascer tain "whether the refusal of Venezue la to accept our proposal of arbitra tion Is designed to apply to each and every one of the live claims and if she is ready to arbitrate any of thes" claims, which ones she Is wiljlng to arbitrate." Declines Arbitration, Tiie reply of Minister Hussell to this cablegram Is the final paper In the mass of correspondence, relating to the whole subject of the efforts of the United States government to secure an amicable adjustment of the claims. Air, Russell's cablegram, sent from j Wltlemstad, February IflOS, Is us j follows: "The Venezuelan government an swered to-day my note tent in ac cordance with your cablegram of In structions of February IK. Minister of foreign affairs statrs that Venezue la refrains from considering for the present the question of arbitration lie cause l have not as vet refuted Ihe ar guments In notes of July !l and Sep tember "0 in which notes Venezuela plainly stated the grounds for refus ing to nibliralo." The note conclud.s a.s follows: "Consequently, as (he cases lefrrp-d to eaimoi he lonsldcreil as being cun- prh'cd among those which call for dip lomatic ii' llon, the govcrnnii'iitol' Ven ezuela would view It wllh satisfaction If Ihe government of tiie I nlied States would consider I hl.i question as elo.i., the parties Interested always having tiie right of recoiii-M1 to the tribunals of Justice of (he n public should the;, deem lit." A memorandum by Solicitor Scott nf the sln'o department, give exhauMlve. ty the facts and law In eiicM nf the live snb.lecl., i.f dispute betwien the Ameri can and Veiie,ii.a'1 govi-'-nnieuts, TVs meiunranda, which uples nearly 'jail printed pages, forms a part nf the vol uminous record ef Ihe live eases which Secretary Root transmitted lo the sen ate In response to a resolution of Sen ntoi l-odi.-o. Says I 'ointr.lsslouer Sen! t : "The eun t revel ay between Venezuela and the 1'nited Suites mid t'e Veneiiuehi com pany, a lew ,erey corporation. whl"h 1 1 e.immoulv known as the Crllchtlel'l claim, presents a variation to the moi- Ladies' Coats For all occasions, that meet all requirements of tasta and afford a range in prices to meet every purse. PLAIN' TAILOUKl) LOi COATS, IIAXDHOMKLY TIUMMFJ) LOXCi COATS,- DRFSSY SILK BLACK COATS, LONG COATS IX EXCLUSIVE MIXTURES, AUTOMOBILE ANT) TOUBIXG COATS, XOBBY .TAILORED JACKET Si"' ' FINE COVERTS ELEGANTLY TRIMMED,' PLAIN AND FANCY PONGEE COATS, FANCY NOVELTY JACKETS . AND RAIN-PROOF STORM COATS. Spring Garment More new styles than we have ever shown, and we. find a marked increase in the demand for garments t having the neatness, individuality and exclusiveness that our stock offers. , ' .l,,,,,,!,,....,....' i Furs About Half Price To reduce my largo stock of fine fr.r coats, neck pieces and muffs, I am offering them at about half-prico. 746 Clupel SI. upstairs, Friend E. Brooks. THE GLASS and THE GLAZIER. Glass set in any part of tho city, any size from 6x8 to 4 Ox 30, and from that up to French plato of any dze for show win dows or show cases. Carry an immense stock and have our own glaziers. Thompson & 396-398 State St. elden, Tel. 2141. Ironical fruits, and I after Ihe company had expended $nna.. nan lu iinprovemeni s in em-zueia una gage, in handling a delermiiiatlon m to whether its oper ations are In restraint of trade. Mr. Johnston said that an Alabama roiporatlon attempted to develop a banana plantation In Central America, and when the first crop was ready for shipment the Fulled Fruit company , procured from (V,sla Rica a right ti j seize the fruit of the company find to; prevent the exportation of a single; banana, Suit against the I'nlied Krultj company was brought In New Vo'k and the court declared that although tho seizure might have been unlawful, the ' government of Costa Rica bad taken j possession of the fruit ind no court of j the I'nKed States could render a de- i ebdon against a sovereign power. "The question," said Mr. Johnston,! "whether n trust ran shield llnelf he- i hind lite shadow of some little republic I and defy tills government, and the pur-1 pose of tills resolution Is to have thn : committee on Interstate commerce sen! lake whether a, trust I" this country can use the agency of c foreign government to, protect Itself in Its nefarious operations." The resolution was referred to the committee on Interstate commerce, otonv of revoked concessions Involved hi th" other eases, This Is a eom 1 puny, according to Ihe slat" ilepart l nienl. which obtained a conces-don in ' mine and expori asphalt, build a co II -j road, etc., and which entered enthusi- nstlcnlly Into the work of that enter i prh!o. The eonirnet with the corona nv, which President ('astro himself enieri .l Into, stipulated that only certain duties hind taxes would be Imposed bv the g.,v I eminent mi the exports and Imports ef I the company. I No Such Thing as Just lee. The claim arises from (he fact that This week wc have added to the Tapestry Brussels sale sev eral patterns of Velvet and Prmtcd Body Brussels, in full rolls, and all our short lengths. Your choice, while they last, at 75c a Yard, rnade, laid and lined. JEWELERS. Expert Watch and Jewelry Repaii .More, uotclies nrc ruined, more duo pieces ot jewelry spoiled, by jimiv workmen tliaii in any other way. Don't take, any chances with ' ,.s r.riiiS It. to us unci we, assure ;ou pioirpt ii ml thorough service and rca tillable clmrscs. CHURCH S WEDDING INVITATIONS I i j Brown i PAV FOR RFTl'BN" OF DESERTER Detective Sergeant Dennehy has re ceived a, cheek for $."i0 from the '"nlt ed States government for Hie return of n, deserter, John M. MeCSnvern, to I'Virt Wright early last month. After paying out Hie expenses nf the trip Ihe remainder of the money will go to the police aid fund. FAILS TO KVPPORT WIFE, Bernard Tanenlmnm, a young He brew of lttt Oak street, was arrest ed last evening for failure to support bis wife, lie is a, ladles' tailor by trade und a Russian by birth had eonipleieii tM preparations to ex poi I asphalt. Ihe duties nn, ihvch were greatly Increased. Tin company refus ed lo go Into the Venezuelan courts ami appealed directly In the stale de partment, ll Is admitted (lull the ease Is plainly whlilu Ihe rule which let-bids diplomatic in Hon inn II Ihe ordinary loeaiis of Judicial relief have been e hnusled. but In .lust llleat hoi of the d miind fur ai'hil ra I Ion there Is quoted the saying of Secretary Klsh "II Is use less to in tempt to exhaust Jusilee In a country when- there Is no Justice to exhaust." "lnlilcile as may seem Ihe compli cations of the four preceding cases they are crystal when compared to tic muddle nf concea;-on on concession, re vocation or, revocation, mining titles, wild laud lilies ami titles under cluing, hut conditions and vai.vliur laws: In trigue, revolution, linorlsoninent and death, ill1 of which are woven and In terwoven In the case of the claim I against Venezuela of Ihe New Voi le and j harness sho llcrinitilez company. I lie company is pof completely db'possiwa'd of -.vli.-i ' Is now regarded the largest asphalt In Ihe w'.iThl, and has been con- detuned by Venezuelan courts to pay tluii government a tine or .fii.naa.uiMi fur inciting to revolution, Though re peatedly requested, Venezuela, has re fused to arbitrate this ease, and II Is Ihe opinion of the solicitor t ho t It Is Inadvisable to re-suhnilt the claim through Ihe ordinary channels. "An impasse has been reached In thin ease," lie says, "which en mint be resolved by ordinary methods." & Durham Complete House Furnishers. Orange and Center Sts. BISHOP KEAIME TALKS Cowboys Who (oi Hevouly Miles to .Church Sen Ice. Bishop .Limes Keune of (,'heyciitie, Wyo., spoke at St. John's H. C, church last evening upon the subject of his work In the west where his diocese Is located. His talk wis filled wllh Inter eating experiences nf ihe priests under him, of Hie difllculilen in their work and tlm hardships they have to endure. I He said that his clluusc Includes a tcf. SHO ONE OF THE FEW i lint will make to order for you a strictly liatiil-inadc harness mil lie II of ;lie very best selected leather- .every stitch n stlleh for (Into Indelinlle. They cost a little more than machine iiinilc, ami they are worth ll. ff Invitations and jj Announcements that conform to the latest dictates as to form and lettering. We are pleased to show samples-and to quote prices on any form of society engraving. 857-859 CHAPEL ST. Kdabll.ihed in 1843. A. E. MACK, Tai. 1565-14 rll.ory that Is its large as (ill of New Kngl.ind find half of New Vork Slain and Hint he had but .'igliteen priests, to cover It wilh, He said nrany of bis conslltiteniM were much more devotion al men and women than might be sup posed for residents of such a wild und i it 4 fn lawless country, In Ihe blfiop's territory there are eight or ten of tho coal mines upended along Ihu I'nlon Pacific system, The bishop old of men, covboH es pecially, who often have been known In i go fifty, sixty and many ttnu s seventy miles Just to be able to attend a church service. The bishop h stopping with Hov. Father Coylc. BROOCHES. Wo arc now showing a most com. pleto lino of brooches, especially hi tho dainty enamel ana Geml-prcclou.i tdoncH. Tho early purchaser variety to choose from. lias tlio be! !i3 ClIAPEt SfatKT. NEW HAVEN, CT. rATI0NERY, GOODS. J. A. McKEE'S. 030 CHAPEL.