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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1008.
WILL MARRY PRINCE Mme. Gould Follows do Sagan to Paris This Month for . Wedding. BREAKS WITH FAMILY I'UM'jm Jtctiiliicd by 1'uniicr Count om to Proem 1oslng o Inlii'i'iiaiK'o. Nuv York, April 1. Defying her l'umlly unci iK i m. lnK that mio will miio 1'ir Irt iiimi-u ni iik,. (iiitilii imIIIIiiim It iiiTtssury, .Mm.'. Anna tioiiia wlui her iiiici. elilldri a will follow- 1'rliii'u Hello do fciiiKun in j-'raiH i hi .siills, on J.u, 1'rovcnee on April II mul will ln fumo liio lirlilo curly In Juno In J'urln. Tliu MtHii'im nt ivgurtllnii tiiu ih -purUtre of tho former iiountesH and "I tliu prince wiw nindi! to-ilay uml Do Kugnn lilmm-IC, a ft or a vl.slt to tliu ,lluU'l tft. KprIh, wIhto tin- divorced wifu nt lilo fiuixln anil bitter rival U 111 with lit'oni'hltU and cnld, I'lmtiuit ed on Monduy. Tho date and place, of thn wedding was made known by a friend oC 'both Mini', tiould mid tlm prince, who l a ware of their plans. What wn.s looked upon by some as evidence of the break between Mine. Uould and her brother, Gooi-go J. Could, wfifj the signing of nil order to day by JudgH Lac.ombo In the United States circuit court authorizing Mr. Gould and Helen Uould, us receivers for Aline. Anna (jnuld, to turn over to Mr. Uould enough of the recent Is.suo of Missouri rnclllc 4 per rent, gold bonds belonging to the former coun tess to reimburse him $50,000 which ho paid lnj-t fall to Kdniund Kelly, the attorney who represented tho countess in iior dlvorcn action against Count Bonl de Castellnne. The order of the court was made in the milt brought In l!)0t by Kngene 1'l.ihnf and other Parisian merchants to recover for purchases made by the count and cmuitcis. An arrangement was made at tho time whereby the ex ecutors of Jay Ctonld's estuto were to pay $400,000 of tho $rt00,000 Income of the counters to thn creditors an nually, Tho debt Is not jet fully paid. The court also allowed t i-day $2, 000 to former Judge John V. Plllnn for his services In the old suit. "Whllo I intend to sail on April 9," fald Do Sagan, "maybe I shall go sooner. Mine, (iould will sail Just as soon as she is able to bo up. She cannot live In this country. Thn cli mate docs not ngren with her. She is now suffering with a heavy cold and bronchitis, with a lesion In the left lung. ' "No, Indeed, she will not tgo back to Paris on tho ship with mo. I want to deny emphatically the report that we have already been married. That is false. I cannot speak for the fu ture." "What do you think of George Uould putting detectives on your track In France?" he was asked. "George Uould can do - what he pleases. I hnvo lived my own life In a. glass house. 1 have never been In Jail, 1 have, never stolen from any body, I have never murdered anybody, mid 1 am not a vagnbond. I have lived the llfo of a normal man of the world, that Is all. 1 nm not afraid of Uorge (iould or his detectives. "This talk of Mme. Gould losing her inheritance Is not true. The will con not be broken. "I will let you know when 1 sail. Maybe I shall go .Iwrore the 0th." "Ho you now admit that you are an avowed suitor for tho hand of Mine. Uould V" was asked, "I do," returned the prince. "An engagement? Well, you are surely able to decide that question for your self" "Will the marriage take place here?" "Oh, certainly not." "Koon after you arrival on the other jilde?" was asked. A shrug of the shoulders and a ges ture answered this. The affirmative intimation could not bo mistaken, "But whit of the contention that should Mme. Gould marry con trary to tho wishes of a majority of the executors of her father's estate , she would suffer a loss of approxi mately $7,r00,non of her estimated share of $15,01)0,000 of that fortune?" "The codl 'll to that effect In the will would imt hold under the law," returned the prince, "She has been married before. The former marriage abrogates that provision, even If there were no other points on which Its le gality could bo successfully chal lenged." "lias Mme. Gould received legal advice to that effect?" "She has. That Is the opinion of lawyers of authority who have stud ied the problem." "lias she engaged personal coun sel?'" "Yes; she has retained the firm of Coudert Rnihrrs. Sho Is not relying on Mr. Kelley, who procured b.cr di vorce," Mrs. Tyler Morse, with whom Mine, Anna (iould Is staying at the Si. Ilegls hotel, said to-day; "I am authorized to say for Mine, Gould that, there will be no formal announi.'emont, of her engagement made In thi city. The engagement will he publicly made In France, ac cording to certain formalities that must be observed there, as .Mine, Gould Is a citizen of France. Mine, Uould should arrive In Paris before the end of the month If her health permits, as she Intends to sail direct ly after Mister. 1 cannot say how soon Mine, Uould will give her answer to the prince, but. It will not he nuule publicly known In this country." TUroiafeti A 5hopVmrvV llelts for little girls anil boys In calf-skin and patent lea I her come In rid, tan, blue, pink and black. They are an iitlraitlve finish for the popu lar linen suits. Charming little pincushions are mmlc. of small How era of ribbon w hich are painted and put on round pieces of silk covered cardboard. Most useful are clothes ling open at the bottom as well as at the top. In stead of turning the hag Inside out the bottom Is unbut timed, Especially for the traveler nre lit tle wlcker-eovered bottles of cologne. With this protection the glass Is al most absolutely IndiTtrucllblo, Tho new embroidered Swisses are ex quisite whether they cost a little or ate very expensive. The plain dot nev er loses favoi, hut thee are charming designs of plain, duo lines at rather wldo Intervals, with waving floral hands of tiny flowers In between. The Howe and Stetson company will have a sale of curtains, starting to day the values In which have not been seen before In this city. Imported hi nd-made I'ronch curtains, made up by people who are artists In curtain making and finishing. The assortment Includes real antique lace, real Ara bian lace, dainty Hru."ols net, and Marie Antoinette curtains In Individ ual styles, an Importers surplus ntock at 1-3 off the regular price. This op portunity comes to you Just at the right time. JURY GOES HOME Kodner Caso Ends, But Jury is Not to bo Locked Up Till Morninjr. JUDGE IS CONSIDERATE Itronson Case Continues, W ith No F,nd in Slfilil Other Court .News, There is a great vnrlety In the neck wear of the moment and even with the lingerie waist without which so ninny women feci that life Is Impossible, col lars and tics are now required to give the desired tlnlsh around the neck. The turn down embroidered collar is all prevailing and Is worn with atl kinds of waists. There Is endless variety In these collars; some nre of the finest sheerest linen lawn, with most ox qislte embroidery, and edged with nar row valcnclcnnes lace, and whe'e the edges meet In front there Is a tie or stiff bow, the daintiest tlhng Imaginable. Judge Korabnek has the reputation of being one of the most comdilernte Judges on the Connecticut superior court bench. Again when he was here recently he showed the same tendency both In his dealings with counsel and with tho witnesses. Paring tho pro ceedings of the Kodner trial before Judge W heeler yesterday that Judge showed he had some of the same pleas ing qualities. It seems that on the night before, Tuesday, the Jury In the cui-'o hud been dismissed M iee In the afternoon thai many of them missed their trains to their rural homes and some at least were as late as 10 o'clock In reaching their honi-". The Kodner case was t.lkcn out of the hands of counsel shortly nftcr 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, at which time Attorney Fitzgerald finished tho die lug argument for the plaintiff. The Judge at once proceeded wl'h his charge to tae Jury which was ,i vity fair one. In It he laid some emphas la upon a claim made by the defend ant Consolidated Itailroad company that more stress should be given any positive evidence of witnesses that had sworn they did hear the motornian of the car will -h struck the pl.i'.ntllT ring his bell than on any negative evidence that th" bell was not heard. The Jury went oui at about 4:1.1. They hal only been out of the court room for about ten minutes when Judge Wheeler called them hi again and said h" had heard how they had lost their trains the nlht lie fore and for that reason he was going to excuse them from further deliberation in the eaae till 0:0 this morning when they will be locked up to consider their verdict. The suit of Harry Kodner against the Consolidated Hallway Co. Is for $.".,0X10 damages for Injuries rcelx-'d, Kodner was driving north on Mea low street, on May eith, last, when his team was strie k by a car which came up behind It and he inn thrown out and hurt. t BRIEF MENTION. " High water to-day at 1 1 : r S p, m. The T.ndles' auxiliary, division 1?. A. o. It., held Its regular noting last night. In KnlghtH of Columbus hall, Chapel street. At 3 o'cloek, this sffrnoon a par ents' meeting will be held In the kin dergarten of the Winchester school, Miss Mary Cassldy. a teacher In that school, will discuss a paper on tlv subject of "Incentives to Klflht Con duct." Music will be provided by pu pils from the school. vcstlgation by County Health otrlecr Iloadloy, following complaint to the state medical board by Reveral local physicians. He Is held on two counts, one on oinplalnt of Mrs. Goldberg, wlfo of a George street confecilom r, and a sec ond on complaint of liessle Mltgog. In his possession when senrchml Tues day, were found contracts with sever al well-known Hebrews agreeing to cure thoni of certain diseases for $150 within a specified time or forfeit all pay. n n u OBITUARY NOTES Frederick Keinb lck. Frederick ft. Kciulrlck, a teamster died at the New Haven hospital yes- ; lenliiy afternoon after n short lllnci-.w. j He was 3 years of age and leaves a! wife, Funeral services will be held from his late residence, 17 George street, Saturday Dunning at 8:l!0 o'clock ! and from St. Mary's church at fl o'clock, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated. 13 G n n u u n Mr. Catherine McKcnrle. The funeral of Mrs, Catherine) Mc Kcny.le, widow of James McKenssle, who db'd Sunday Has held from her Into lesldeni'e ,'.'SJ orchard mree( yes terday morning. A solemn requiem mass was cele brated at St. Mary's church at 0:30 o'clock, at which Itev, K. J. Farmer of Ib'lafed as celebrant, Itev. Father Col bert as deacon, and Itev. Father Muk In as sub-deacon. Itev. Father Coyle, pastor of St. John's church, was also present. Mrs. Mclenr.le was for many years i devout a.nd much respected member f St. John's parish, and leaves be sides her Immediate family, a largo circle of friends to mourn her death. She Is survived by three daughters, Mis. I'd ward M. Foley, Mrs. Jainea T. Moran, Miss Anna M 'K'Mizle and one son, James H. McKenzle. She also haves a sister, Mrs, F.dward O'Mcnra of this city. At the conclusion of the church ser vices, prayers were offered at the hurlal In the family plot In St. H-r-nard's cemetery. Mrs. Hrldget Oulnn, Funeral services for the late Mrs. IlrldRct (Julim will be held from OS Pine street this afternoon at ?:30 o'clock. Interment will be In Wostvlllo cemetery. WOMK 1ITM HHt $im. The pfth J.cnten meeting of the Woman's Home Missionary society wilt meet at the Wcr.tvllle Kplscopal church, to-morrow. The ladies will meet to pew for the missionary boxen at 10:"0 n. m. Luncheon at 12:!!fl; price 15 cents, to bo followed by a program at 1:4" p. m., when Kev. Hen Wyland will speak on "Planting the Church on the Frontier." A Yale bulletin of yesterday sched ules twenty-seven graduate cniira.-H of a, character adapted for the training of the students In practical lniMlne.is, The courses Include banking, Insur ance, general business, commercial law and commercial forestry. Of the five di legates appointed by ltlshop Hrewster to attend the Pan AngllcMn council at Condon, June 15 L'4, two are from .this city, F!ev. Hi', (i. I'.rlnley Morgan of Christ church, and Itev. .1. DcWolf Perry, Jr., of St. Paul's, pev. Arthur J. Gammnek of Christ church. Went Haven, ulll also attend. The other two delegated are Itev. Dr. William II. Howls of St. John's. Hrldgeporl, and Kev, F, W. 1 larrlman of Windsor. KM PIOY inn MF.V. on ass rittK c.MTS Kvuixrcs. Despite the imIiis that have deseend- ed with more than agreeable copious ' ness on" the regions hereabout grass In a lot on Cedar Hill avenue was dry enough yesterday afternoon, to catch lire iand thereby hangs n fire call. It came from box SH shortly after 3 o'clock, There was no damage done, however, ns the lawn was soon soaked, FKW NKW TAGS TAM A. There was not much of a run em the new dog tags In the town clerk's office yesterday, the llrsl. day of the issuance of the new triangular tans, About a dozen were the limit for the day. The dog owners have until May 1 to obtain tliu new IIhiwcb uml tago. Stale Street I'livliur to bo Starfrel on Monday. According to City KiiKliver Kelly, the work of laying the State street pave ment will be started next Monday and 1 00 men In this city will be given em ployment by the Warren Brothers' Co., of Huston which hive the city contract for the work. Assistant Maiumer N'orby of Hoston was In this city yesterday to meet Mr. Kelly find Supt. 'inns, who has charge of the work to complete arrangements for the work which will be started Mondiy. The entire Job Is to cost the city In Hie neighborhood of $,'0,e,n.i. Already there has been paid on this Job Tor the work done on the westerly side of Hie street, JlO.tinn. The railroad com pany has progressed rapidly with its part of the job and when the men be gin work next Monday, It will not be long before the work will be oil (he w i.v to finishing up. Tetrnult Case Srt. As soon as this case Is nnlshed the case of Frank Tetrault vs. the Consoll dale ! Hallway Co. and tlv- Smedley Co. a III come nil for trial before Judge Wheeler and Jury. The action Is to recover damages for Injuries received by the plaintiff who on last Labor Hay was standing m the running board of a car hound for rav in Tex k. The car was turning down Meadow speet from Church when It collided with a Smedley Co.'s truck, ,Tu..hlng the plaintiff's foot. Fitzgerald nnd Walsh are the counsel for the plahitlflf ami 1,. N. Hlyib-nhurgh for the Smedley Co. I'ronson Co galtl. The Pronson case against the New Haven County .National Hank and asatiiM th" Mechanics National Hank wan continued before Judge Shumwnv yesterday. The court room was again filled with bank ledgers. The end of the case Is not yet In slg It. 'Hie of the counsel said yesterday that h thought $IT.,nnn would be the imount In question In the ca-e. The facts of the suit have been a number if ti'ii". Ir. tlvs paper. Yesterday Laurence K Hilsioirh was on the stand. He w --it over (! old accounts of the Wh"-'cr ,-om.-tny and testified a to his flnd'nts. X. W. White, formerly secretary of 'he com pany was also on the sl.iml. Most of the day was spent In mono m mis teid Ings and checking:! of lien In t'.is many account. and monsfor ledger hooks. The iiMia' sua: -n of ex, a ess men were mi bend at T, o'el ick t i rtt t the b"ok- rway for safe keeping ver iiieht. Senator Judson w.-s agi n present In legal capacity, Hrtll.-U Socle!;; Midi. The suit of Michael HarloMa auMr.M (lie Han Antonio society n on ti'ril before Judfye Wolfe and a nry In ire court of common pleas les'erday. It Is an action ,0 recover ?'!."0 dumngcA. Originally the claim against thn so clely was lu ld by Mr. Annie Mengelo, whose husband, Frunelsc, was a mem ber of the society. She assigned the claim to Harlelta. Francisco Mongol,, was expelled from the society for non-payment of dues. The plaintiff claims that be was sick at the Mme ami should have been paid sick benefits an I that the f.-oclety also owes Insurance on Mongelo's death. The case was not ended. Candy Men In Trouble. 'As a result of repealed complaints of the operations of a group of candy pedlers who bang around the High Thool hiilldlnM at recess every day and do a thriving business, Carmine Pinvill, John HuiielleT, Lassor Las boff and George ohmaneseuni, four of these candy pedlern were arrested by Iletectlves Henley and Ledwlth and w era before the i lly court yesterday. They were all remanded until April 2, in file custody of the probation ofllcvr. "Short ( I'lingci'" Held. diaries straiten arrested for short changing Joseph M. Jacobs, a College street druggist, was given a continu ance null! t e.lay In the police court yesterday, Sn-atton's alleged game Is one that haw been worked on Severn I local hush, os. i men recently, It cou slfts of presenting a bill of large de. nomination for change and then con fusing the Ho: ekeeper In the count. Tr Fnknown Italians Get I'.T-y Money from Fellow Countrj loan. That Michael Gartino of 4 Factory street was the victim of a confidence game to the extent of $1"0, was re ported lo the police yesterday. Gnrtano met two unknown Italians, one of whom dlspltyed a roll In which he said was $'!,ioa which In- had collected from the trolley us damages for ills brother's death. Then he proposed to Gartami that If the latter had 1100 they should put In Jl"" eich and worK together Gartann took Ids JtOfl from the bank and gave It to the stranger who put It In the roll whl h he hid shown blni. The stranger turned his back for a mo ment after fumbling with his shirt and then handed Michael hack a bundle of about 'In- proper size dene up In a handkerchief. Shortly afterwards the pair left Michael st hi Hag on a street corner calm In the supposition that lie was holding the stains ninountliig to JlJ.IO.t, while they went Into a nearby store to buy some clgarcl les before continuing 111" Journey down to Pepe's Michael basn'f seen tln-m since. When he imk" up and undid the bundle he found It w's Just a roll of old paper. Then he ran to police headquarters and talked It over with Capt Imnu, whose men are looking for Michael's two frhnds. n n n n n n n M 0 B n n K H N H H VS. n n M n n H R U u n n u H U ft El n n a n n n i rep n n . jr ,u t j j j, i r i m i I T"' 1TI ATI lffl-XT IT I HUNKMJ1N MHS. I. FY I T. SNOW 'S GPHST, Mrs .liincl McKcnio Kill to lip-Fitter-mined by Her. . Mrs, Jenet McKen.le Hill, editor of the Huston (.'nuking Magazine, who is to lecture before the New Haven Moth er's club In Foy auditorium at 3 o'clock. Friday afternoon, will be en tertalncil diirina her slay In town by Mrs. Lpvl T. ijmnv, i;!0 Shcrnum use- "Ir." lirand'K Cac I'rlday. I ir. I'.rand was held fi,r trial on Fri day by Judge ?lalbeW'ion In the po lice court , ester, lay, lie was unable 'to raise tin' bond of IH.oiiii which was niimeel at the time of his arrest and spent the night In the lockup. With the continuance yesterday bin counsel Attorney i. S. Hlvkln, argued for n, reduction of the hall from $1,000 to $.',iin, but the court refused to make a change and Itrand was taken to .'all, lb- has but little hope of ob taining a bondsman as b has been hero but a few we"ks, Ilia illicit wiiu tin: rceult of an In- THE THE CONVENIENCE of having all the accessories of the furnishing and dec orating of the apartment or home in one $of is mani fest to the purchaser. "There is a third silent party to all our bargains". Emerson. .1 yO7? GAIN of a " Malley Bargain" is the solid worth you gain und:r price. Our gain of a " Malley Bargain" is the increased trading you give us.Malleygram. Silent Bargains'1 from the Spring Ribbon Sale. Sale Ribbons at 9c. Black Shoe Tie Ribbon In good grades, regular ISc. Sale Ribbons at 8c. Black Shoe Tie Ribbons in the better grades, regular Jc. Sale Ribbons at 29c. 5 1-2 Inch, In Warp Prints, In exquisite designs, all good color edges, regular f,5c. Sale. Ribbons at 29c. Gold Shot Persian Binding or Belting, with different color grounds, regular 50c. Sale Ribbons at37 l-2c. Sale Ribbons at 15c. Warp Prints, over-6 toshes wide. Glace 5 Inch, In colors ; 5 Inch The highest grades with assorted Taffeta" In colors; No. 100 h'gh color edges, regular 75c. lustre Black Taffeta, all regular . 25c to 35c yd. Sale Ribbons at 25c. ; 5 1-2 Inch Roman Striped Taf- $ale Ribbons at 32c. feta. Reds and Blues. Pinks ; 5 The finest grtes of fancy Be. Inch h gh grads Taffeta, fancy ings ln good colorS) cordcd, and Stripes, Pinks, Blues, Yellow, fine stripes, regular 55c lo 60c. Lavender and Black ; 10 yard pc. of Wash Ribbon, Pink, Blue, ' " white, regular 50c. Sale Ribbons at 17c. c . D., , ' Noj 80 Fancy Satin Strip. bale KWOOns at 13C. No. 70 Fancy Colored Warp Prints Taffeta Ribbon all sl'k, fine line No' 40 hl8h E"de S.Hn Taffeta In of colors, good quality, regular 8,1 800(1 shades, regular 25c to 19c yd. 40c yd. "Silent Bargain." $2.50 Women's Oxfords $1.37. Women's New Spring Pumps and Colonia-ls, in Patents, Black and Tan KM an1 Ca'f Skin, Button, Lace and Blucher; more ihan a score of styles, every sire and width to the early buyer. One of the best shoe bargains of the season. Tho values are $2.00, and some would sell as hit;l as $2.50. " Silent Bargains" from 'the Basement. Closing out a complete line of American Porcelain Dinner Verc Patterns with bright flower decorations and every piece gold lined, at one-h2'f the sefdar prices. Cov. Dishes 33c. Pickles 10c. , Platters 25c. Quadruple silver plated Syrup Pitcher and Tray, regular $2.03, special $1.50. Quadruple silver plated Mayonnaise Set, regular $2.00, special $1.50. Breakfast Plates 8c each. Tea Plates 8c each, Soup Plates 8c each. Fruit Saucers 3c each. Indv. Butters 2c each. Tea Cup? and Saucers 10c Bakers lOceach. Bowls 10c. Sugars 15c. Creamers 10c. Cov. Butters 15c. Fancy Line of Majolica Vases, Ash Receiver, Match Holders, worth up to 25c, speclsl 10c. Fancy decorated German China Cups and Saucers, regular 15c, special 9c each. u Silent Bargains" In Spring Outerwear. Silk Jumper Dresses $14.50. Chiffon Taffeta, In Browns, Royal Blues, and B'acks. Plenty of other styles in Messaline and Taffeta, all shades, also checks and stripes, $18.50, $20.00, $22.50, $32.50 New Spring Suits $24.50. A dozen different styles, made up in all the most desirable fabrics, Worsteds, Serges, Panamas and Mixtures, Navys, Browns, " Coponhagens ". 38 inch Coat Suits, the modified Butterfly Model, the New French Dip Front, the " Hlpless " Coat Suit. Usual $30.00 values. New Spring Waists $1.19. Five new models fn Waists, Including the new colored effects which promise to become the most favored styles for Spring. " Silent Bargains" in Spring Hair Goods. A very dainty collection of beautiful stylish Switches, Puffs and Pompadours such as are seldom offered, and at prices way below real value: ' ' Fashionable Ladies are going wild over our stylish Marlow Puffs, altho the demand has been very great we will for this week continue selling at $1.89. POMPADOURS. Pompadours, natural wavy hair, pretty styles, $1.39 up. MARLOW PUFFS. v Marlow Puffs, 8 puffs in set, good qual ity hair, $1.89. Marlow Puffs, 4 puffs in set, good qual ity hair, 79c. SWITCHES 16 inch short stem, all lonj hair Switch es 70c. 24 Inch natural wavy Switches, guaran teed to reta'n wave, special $2.S8. Natural Gray Switches, short stems, special for this sale $2.49 up. "Silent Bargains" In Spring Silk Petticoats. $5.00 Silk Petticoats for $3.95. 16.95 Silk Petticoats for $5.00. $f.50 and $8.00 Silk Petticoats $5.95. Silk Petticoat Special $7.50 n El n s s 0 D B n H U n n 0 o o 0 0 n o 0 n n 0 w a a o n ni a ' n Hi 0 0 n n n n 0 n n n a 0 n n n n n n n n H n n n o n H H 0 n 0 0 0 o a n n n o o 0 o 0 o W 0 0 0 0 0 0 H 0 0 n u : EM ALLEYS The otZliaTenStore SEIMALLEYC2' g 46 OLMSPNEWIIAVEN-CT i WOM N STICKS TO STORY. Tlimif.li Iviierlnir lietrtivn life and .Injith ill (Irfii'f lvMiltnl MIks KHti'ibpth Miller, tlu yiuinit cnlore'il wmniin tirmiRlit tlmro fnun Anwuila IiikI week with n. bullet, wouiiil thrnutrli lie-r rU, Hllll ntlrkf tn bor ntiiry tlmt thi shoot -Inn wns n'Tldeuit il, tlmuxb llu corntier inel surijrons rleclnrp It Im pnsfIVi1p. ; Cnrnnrr Mix hns mild? sovornl visits : to Iior at. th? Viyplttil In n vnln effort 1 pnln ;i mnri llltely story ami h" atrnln eiiifstionO'l her lato this after noon. PIANO MM. ON HIS 1,K. Pnirlrk Shny ( iV Wnuwti'r street, who Is Hupl'iyel nt KrHght IIoiiho B, nt. the. W.itrr HtTfrt yurds, suffererl n prilnful Injury yefitereUiy when a plnno feill iiion Ills lo. Winy Is rostltiK mm. fort lbly nnr tho physlelnn, Vr. Whltto more, stntos thn? no bones ar broken, hut the limb Is In ha1 shnp from he lm rrusltpil and hrulnerl. It. wns while elnlim his usual work In handling heavy freight thnt Mr, Kbny wis Injured. He was taken to the doctor's nfflee In a hnrk owned by Cieorse Jnrl and later wont home, TAX COMitXTIOXS St4,209. Tlmt Amount aino In During Month of Wnrrli. Thn total amount of cash that waa collected during March In taxes by Col lector Francis O. Anthony, was J44, 2SH.S8, and of this amount $11,741.00 Is for back taxes, nn the 1907 tax list $3n. :3fi.S4 was paid during the month anel $2,321.14 was on miscellaneous accounts. Tax Collector Anthony has caused 1,000 liens to be filed upon property all over Hie city, the owners of which hava failed to pay their taxes to the city. -