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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1008.
L- The Sherlock Holmes Pipe ABSOLUTELY SANITARY. A cool, clean, fulMliivorrtl smoke; never liny odor. Nothing IniL Hie cleanest, freshest, purest smoke ever enters Hie mouth, Cannot Burn Your Tongue. COME IN AND SEE IT. 1 TAKEN FOR BURGLAR Trumbull Street Man, Climbing in Window, Halted by Officer. t Thn I I QftnrJrlnfrl Tnhnnnn Pn Him i. i Biiiiiiini ii i iiiirii.i.ii mi m mme IUI am WIWUUUI U 1 W is VI l W W WW 040 Chapol Street. Low Shoe Stockings VATs4YW1NTiTTN Arc so conspicuous In points of qua 1 -It y, colors anil patterns Unit little more uttenlliin to these features tliim llui'lnfi' winter Is not ninlss. I'liiln colors Inive (lie cull. We luive them in nil tlie rich colorings hikkcsIIvc of Spring. Variety of fabrics, loo silks, llsles, "hllk-llsles," line Mucus, etc. Sonic range In price, too but none VICKY clieap. none VKKY lilgli or, to put It In oilier words, us cheap as good cootls can be sold. 5 d MRlkfflmilfiVII (incorporated) OPP. THE TOWN PUMP SHOOTS UP COURT Convicted of Arson, Man Kills Detective and Wounds Four Others. FACED WITH LOADED GUN When Policeman iot Him Down Hp I'ouml He IJved In the Mouse. Torre Ihinte, 1ml., April 2. Having been found guilty on a charge of ar .sun, Henry I), Mollomild, In the cir cuit court, room, to-day shot, and kill ed Chid- of Detectives William K, Dwyer, seriously wounded three other ofllrers and a bystander, and was himself seriously wounded. McDon ald had heen tried for dynamiting stores ami a church In Stanford last year. As soon as the jury reported Its verdict McDonald Jumped up, drew ft revolver ami fired at Prosecuting At torney James A. Cooper, Jr., but miss ed, because Cooper tipped his chair over backwards. McDonald continued firing at the officers seated around the counsel table. Detective Dwyer foil dead at the third shot. Policemen and deputy sheriffs In the court room drew revolvers and opened tire on McDonald, who return- .wl .1... flt'r, r-.c...r, II, x ..r..-,. I. .,! t.w,,. OCEAN RATE WAR COMING 1-011 ,th alf a "n ''""' ' lils , body, bo had shot Harney y, Jones, Iteduetlon Kxpecled to Hesiilt In I'm Igratlon of 1'orclRii Laborers. New York. April 2. By sharp re duction In steerage rates from New York to Italian and Mediterranean ports -announced to-day by the North Gorman Lloyd steamship company, It Is expected that another rate war be tween the trans-Atlantic lines will be precipitated. It Is expected also that tho new rates, which are the lowest In many years, will result in a largo out ward movement of the foreign labor element. The new tariffs are effective immedi ately. They arc as follows: To Genoa and Naples, IIS: to Paler mo and Messina, $IS; to Milan and Lee horn, $16.75; to Oilbraltar 111; to Pir aeus, $22; to Alexandria $25; to Jaffi $27; and to Hctrut, $29. WimiK AI TOS SPF.XT XICIIT. Kn Francisco, April 2. The Italian automobile In the New York to Par's race left San Luis Obispo for Paso Rohles to-day. The French car Is In Death Valley and the Herman car Is at Ogden, rtah, to-night. rilAMOMl WOlUiKltS STMIKK. Amsterdam. April 2. The Diamond Workers' union to-day by a voip of G.0ftn to 391 decided on the complete cessation of work during: April. This will affect 10. nno men.' When work resumed the union Intends to demand higher wages. . ' superintendent of police, In the side; Deputy Sheriff Ira Wellmnn, In the chin: Sylvester Doyle, court bailiff, In the leg. and a bystander In the side. The jurors jumped to their feet at the first shot. Judge J. T. Walker, one of the attorneys, tried to stop McDonald, but ho only hindered the officers who were afraid of hitting him when they shot at McDonald. Judge Crane, who presided nt the trial, ran to the railing of. the Jury box, and spectators rushed out In con fusion. Persons In offices below the court room heard the shot.s and rush ed towards the upper floor only to col lide with the people leaving the court room. FNHITIXH P.OH l'l'.lXS ni.TTF.IL Paso Nobles, Hot Springs, Cab. April 2. Hear Admiral Robloy 1). Evans to day be?an treatment for rheumatism find stomach trouble. He was wheeled (to the baths In a. chair. He said this (veiling tint he felt refreshed. He has phi nned to take a bath and treat ment every morning, spending the rest of the day In the sun as much as possible. IA citizen of the Trumbull street sec tion of tho city had a thrilling chance to see what It Is like to bo caught In the capacity of u burglar while at tempting to get Into his home, at the corner of Orargc and Trumbull utreets Tuesday night via one of the ground floor windows. It was late at night and the young man found upon reach ing home that he had fulled to carry a door-key with hi in and It was a caso of cither rousing his mother who was In tho house or getting in through a window. He tried the latter and whllu In the act of trying to get tho window open Patrolman Lynch of central sta tion camo along on IiIh beat and saw the supposed burglar, Determined not to take chancer with the latter the of ficer drew fr mi his pocket his revolver and covering the man carefully order id him to come down or ho would shoot. Tho young man expostulated. declaring that It was his home and that he was trying to get in. The oftl cer refused to take that answer and again' told tho man to come down or he would shoe t. The young man took a look at the gun and decided to come down. He did forthwith. With his arms thrown up the young man ap proached the officers aiid after further parley persuaded him that bin story might be correct so they went to the door .ind fin illy succeeded In getting the young man's mother to the door. Theieupon It was the officer's turn to be disconcerted for the woman at once announced that the young man was her son. Lynch however was determ ined to allow no person to take liberties on the beat he was patrolling and he did not take any chances on his man while he was trying to get through the window. KILLS WIFE AND" SELF PANAMA INVADED Colombian Troops Seize Town ami Its (.arrlson of Five Policemen. Panama, April 2. Advices receiver! hern this evening reported that Co lombian troops on March 211 had In vaded the town of Jiirado, on the frontier of Panama and Colombia, taking possession of the place, which has always been under Panama's Jur isdiction. Tho advices stated that no rcslstalico had been offered to tho Colombians, as Jurado was guarded by only five Pnnnman policemen. There Is no telegraph communication between that town and Panama, and confirmation of the report of Its In vasion by Colombian troops Is not pos sible at present. Hlcardo Arias, secretary of foreign affairs, said to-night regarding the re port : "Our government would consider the occupation of Jurado by Colombia as a casus belli." nrFFM.n ni, i, rtKiinn. Chicago. April 2-The condition of Cel. W. F. forty (tluffiilo Villi), who win taken HI on h's arrival here yesterday, was said to be much Improved. The danger of pneumonia was thought b be remote. QPEIMISMG 'SPRING SALE. Instead of offering opening exhibits we offer OPEN ING VALUES ! Prices quoted arc for brand-new goods just received, except in the case of the baby carriages and linoleum remnants. Xcw London K-P.rlgiulc Signal Officer 'a uses Tragedy. New London, April 2. William F. M. ltogers, at one time brigade signal ofllcer of the state, of Connecticut, killed his wife, and took his own life early to-day, at his home In Washing ton street. From the position of the bodies It was evident that Mrs. Rog ers was shot while she was asleep. Mr. ltogers was formerly Judge of probate for the district of New Lon don and for several years prosecuting attorney for this city. He studied law with ex-?overnor Waller rind was ad mitted to the bar twenty-five years ago to-morrow. It Is presumed that despondency was the cause of the act. Mr. Rogers was for a long time prom inent In Connecticut National Ouard affairs, and was In the signal corps In Porto Rico (luring the Spanish-American war. SENATE SUMMARY Hoiii-gaiillng District of Columbia Schools I'p for Discussion. Washington, April 2. The legisla tive session of the senate to-day was consumed mostly In discussion of a bill to re-organize the public school system of the District of Columbia by placing It under th control of a di rector appointed by the national com missioner of education, Instead of control, iib now, by a board of educa tion, composed of citizens of the district. Tho bill regulating the settlement of claims of states on account of the disposition of public lands was again taken up ond the Paeon amendment for settling the accounts of owners of cotton seized by the government during tho civil war amounting to $5,000,000 was considered but with out result either on tho bill or tho amendment. The senate adjourned until (next Monday. YANDERBILT ' SUIT Taking of Testimony Begins, and Divorce is Being Rushod. VALET THE FIRST WITNESS All Fvldcnce I.Oxprctert to be in Court's Jlunrls llcl'orc Vnmlcrbllt Lands In Fugliiml. cox x FtTicrT pf.xsioxs. 11. II. Fancher of This City Anion the rieneflclnrlcs. Washington, April 2. The senate has passed the following Connecticut pension bills, all of which have al ready passed the house: In behalf of Henry R, Fancher, of New Haven, at $24 per month; In behalf of Syl via M. Anthony, of Walllngford, at $20 per month; In behalf of George W. Child, of Danlelson, at $20 per month; nnd In behalf of John R. Wheeler, of East Norwalk, at $:10 per month. The house committee on Invalid Pensions ha reported favorably the penslo,. bill of .Klbert H. Wilson, of Illdgefleld, late In company A, 4th New York Heavy Artillery, at $:m per month. This bill was Introduced by Mr. Hill. New York, April 2. The first testi mony In tho divorce suit of Mm. Klslo French Vandcrbllt against her husband Alfred flwynne Vuuderbllt, which was filed in tho supremo court yesterday, was taken to-day before Referee David Mcl'luro. Howard Kempstcr, tho per sonal valet of Mr. Vandcrbllt, was the ono witness called to-day, Tho fact that tho valet did not depart with his employer on tho Mauretanla yesterday caused some comment but his appear ance before the rcfereo would Indicate that tho reason ho did not do so was the desire of the parties to tho action to rush matters. Whether ho appear ed under subpoena or by arrangement was not shown. When tho hearing wns adjourned none of the persona in terested would talk for publication, but It vaa admlttod that the' evidence and recommendations of tho rcfereo would probably be In tho hands of tho court before Mr. Vandcrbllt reached the oth er side on the steamship Mauretanla. Faultily In rases of this sort the taking of testimony docs not begin for weeks after tho appointment of tho referee, ad then It Is allowed to drag. Tho ex planation for the expedition shown in this case, given by those most cbisely Interested, Is that Mrs. Vandcrbllt Is anxious that It should bo dlsuosed of at once. Kempster wns still In the apartments of Mr. Vanderbllt nt the Plaza to-night but refused to see callers. He lino ar ranged to leave for Kuropp as soon as his services In the present case are no longer needed. 553 (mil St Spring Garments Ladies' Spring garments embodying the newpst, neatest and most approved designs garments with a marked individuality and exclusiveness. Trade i3 show ing an increased demand, on the part of tho better trade, for these factors in dress. We have the largest and finest assortment shown. VLAIX TAILORKD LO; COATS. ' t 1 I HAXDSOMKLY TKIMMFP M)X COATS, , DRKSSV SILK RLACIi COATS. LOXfi COATS IV F.XOLFSIVF, MIXTPKES.' AUTOMOHILF, AXD TOFRIXd COATS, CUT LEG OFF WITH KNIFE INDIANS GET DIPLOMAS Comnil-vloner Lcupp Xot Attempting to Destroy Carlisle School. Carlisle, pa April 2.-Francis K. Lcupp, commissioner of Indian affairs, conferred diplomas on the Indian grad uates to-day. He said his position con lernliig the Carlisle school has been misunderstood. Reports that he tried mtlDF, TAKES IIF.n LIFE. New York, April 2.--Mary flreen aged 22, the daughter of a former sei cap tain living In Fast Ninety-fifth street, attired herself In all the finery she had planned to wear at her wedding at Faster time and then committed sui cide hy pis asphyxiation to-day. She wns engaged to marry William Kdging ton,' an electrical engineer. Although she had been rather depressed since the deat hof her mother last Christmas her family had no Intimation of her Intention to kill herself. I( K FI.ORX IN I.IM'.nV IMTII. North Sydney. It. , April 2.--A heavy body of drift Ice, extending for nearly fifty niltes, bns boon driven Hes wnrd out of the fiulf of St. Liwrence by the recent gales nnd Is now moving Into the trnrk of the orenn slenmor. The ni nil steamer Urme, which nrrlv ed here from 1'nrt aux Ihisipic, N. F. to-dny,' after a stormy passige reported ttttt lIia rna(1 Hirmifvl, T..,.. ...on ,.. '"..irtft Ice nfT Cane North. Drastic .Measure Resorted to to Save Man Imprisoned In Wreckage. St. Louis, April 2. Five men were injured In a rear end collision to-day at Spanish Lake, between a freight tarln and n Iliirtlngton passenger train. J. A. MclClttrlck, a Moekmiin, was pinioned under tho wreckage by his left leg, which was nearly crushed off at the knee. Scalding steam from the damaged passenger locomotive was enveloping him and to save McKit trick's life the Rev. R. C. Allen of Grove. City, Pa., cut oft tho leg with a pocket knife. Mr. lAllen begin cutting nt the ten dons. The knife was dull nnd McKlt- trlck suffered Intense agony. "Throw It away and get an axe," he finally cried Hut Mr. Allen desperately continued and In a few minutes had severed the tendons and McKlttrlck was carried Into a car. A nurse who was a pas senger on the train, made n tourniquet of her veil and staunched the flow of blood, and then gave McKlttrlck mor phine and strychnine to ease the pain nnd Mtlmiil.ilo his heart action. Later he wns brought to a St. Louis hospital. Mr. Allen Is a Covenanter minister, 60 years of nsc XORIVV TAILORED JACKETS, FIXE COVERTS ELEGANTLY TRIMMED,' PLA1X AXD FANCY POXGEE COATS, EAXCV NOVELTY JACKETS ' " 'V , AND UAIN-PROOF STORM COATS. Ladies' Coats For all occasions, that meet all requirements of taste ' and afford a range in prices to meet every purse. t Furs About Half Price To reduce my large stock of fine fur coats, neck-pieces and muffs, I am offering them at about half-price. 746 Chapel SI. upstairs. Friend E. Brooks. Carpet Sale ! GO-CARTS REDUCED! Fifteen carriages, carried over from last fall, to he sold to the first bidder as follows: Four linmlsome lirown carriages Were $IO-0 $2-l.fi0 $11.0(1 $18.50 Now n.no ir..t)o h.'.o 10.00 Five full-sled u-cnrts Were $IH S1H $25 $15.50 $10.00 Now It 10 15 0.00 fl.50 Four smaller Ro-carts, natural color. Were $1S.0() $1:1.50 $11.50 $12.00 ow H.OO H.OO 7.110 7.00 saying In an ofllclal report that the time bad come for the government to draw In some of Its gratuities. "1 did not wish anything drastic or radical," said he, ' but 1 thought It time to shear 'off some calls that are not. now neces sary. I wish to lie lodged ,y what I 'have done and when 1 do attack the carllsel school I will attack It In a way 'that everybody will know It." TESTING A WORLD THEORY $5. Fifty icr cent, discount on nil laco covers. Sale prices 38c to $2.50. Regular prices 75c to Club lncorHirntc(l to Discover Wheth er or Xot Enrili Is Hollow. Albany, N. Y., April 2. The Reed !fl..ll... I. .!. ...la. rv X'n, I I I "i i " , ... i i ii r, .a m.m 1 1 in i(i,i i i York, filed a certificate of Incorpora tion with the secretary of state to day. The club Is organized to explore I ' the Arelle and Antfil'elte reirlunn "lo the end that the truth or falsity of tho proposition or theory advanced by : William R. Reed that the earth Is a hollow sphere may bo established with absolute certainty." The directors are William Reed, Albert Opertl, F. M. .shley. ,1. K. KrsMne, jr., and W, S. Hockey, all of , New York. , ' REMNANTS $1.50 INLAID LINOLEUMS for 59c per yard Remnants up to 15 square yards In a piece for 50c per squnre yard for full pieces. Fine clinnce to covjjr small rooms, vestibules and bath rooms. Hrlng measures, ns none of these pieces will be sent on ap proval or held for rooms to he measured. AXMINSTER RUNNERS REDUCED ! A leiulliur Item: Rest quality Ax minster Rugs. In rich oriental pat terns anil colorings. Reduced its Sizes. lingular. Now. Hill feel $ 110 2-x!) feet . . 2-3x10.11 .., 2-K.X12 .... 3x0 feet 3x10 ij feet. 3x12 5.50 (1,50 7.50 H.50 D.50 1050 $3.10 1.10 1.85 5.(10 5.75 (1.50 Regular dollar rubber Door Mats for 69c EACH ATTEMITED ASSASSINATION', 1 1 Guayaquil? Kcinior, April 2. Gen eral Montero, who was an Import ant figure In past Ecuadorian revolts, narrowly escaped assassination to-day i at Atoeha. An unknown person fired I two shots at him as he was passing through that town on a train, but he ! escaped unhurt. 5-FOOT RAG RUGS 98c striped Rugs ami reds, greens and price $1.-10. Xow Old-fashioned solid colors lu blues. Regular IWc each. Handsome new Rat; Rugs receiv ed up lo 0x12 feet, lieaullfiil new colorings mill two-touc effects, with soft c ru warps. TORPEDO P.OATS CREW DROWXS, Portsmouth, April 3. The torpedo I boat Tiger was cut In half hy the cruls i it Herwlck In collision to-day and speedily sank, Roata from the Her wlck and the cruiser Gladiator picked up 22 men, one of whom died of his In jures. It Is believed that the Tiger had a crew of 45 men and that all the I others were drowned. "IT Hint point an unknown schonner was sighted. She was Imprisoned in the lee. rami's 1 CONDITION FURNITURE STORED. ASK Ot U PRICES! 10,000 square feet In our new store- bouse, corner Slate mid I air street. Carpels cleaned I to (Sc per yard. Making over and repairing carpets! the CHAMBERLAIN co- Crown and Orange St. Corner. "Ostermoors $15." STRAPS OFF FOR StU'TIL Washington, April 2. Secretary Straus, of the department of join merer and labor, accompanied by Mrs. Straus and their daughter, Mrs, Hochstadter, left Washington this ev ening for Savannah, Ga., where to morrow night the secretary will de. liver an address on "Our Commercial Age." at the roleliiallnii of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Savannah board of trade, Gov. Hoke Smith of Georgia, and other prominent people will attend the celebration. ! PORTRAIT PUNTER DEAD. i New York, Ay II 2.--Henjamln Curtis ! Porter, the tW trait, painter, died to May tit his home in tills city. He had I been ill u year. Attack of Inflammatory Rheumatism Left Sufferer With Np Appetite Skin Peeled and Hair Came Out In Bunches Bed Sores Devel oped -All Treatment Failed Until A TRIAL OF GUTICURA PROVED SUCCESSFUL "About four venrs sgo I had a very lievere attack of' Inflammatory rheuma tism, I was taken very ill nnd wnoon In n, high fever. I did not Irnve m b"d for four month, and during thren of those month I could not, move vol untarily, tho pain w so intense. Mr skin peeled, ind the high fevr played havoc, with the hut re of mv hair, which cama'ont In bunch1. I also nnd 'hree large bd sores on my bsck, two on th shoulders and one at the waist. I could have cried the first, time I saw myself In ft mirror. 1 had lost fully thirty-six pounds, and looked like a consumptive. I did not gain very rapidly, and mv appetite was very poor. Wnen I was able to get, around, I had II my friends advising remedien, and all guaranteed 'sure eiiren.' I tried many, nut they were of little help, and until 1 tried Cutlcura Resolvent I had had no real relief. That, gave me such an appetite that I felt half starved about all the time, and I immediately began to gain in weight, my complexion cleared, and I felt better. The bed lores went vary soon after a few applications of Cutleiirft Ointment,, and when I used Ciitieiira Soap as a shampoo and Cutl cura Ointment as a massage, my hair began to regain Its former glossy ap pearance. I am really all made over, and cannot say enough for th" Ciiticiira Remedlea. Mrs. Lavina J. Henderson. 13R Broad St,, Stamford, Conn., March A and 12, 1007." CATSKILL MISSIONARIES Presiding Elder Thinks People Need Them as Much as Do Chinese. New York. April 2. That it is Just as necessary lo send missionaries to the Catskllls as to the Hbn.ilyas and to Esnpns creek as to the Yang Tse Klang river was the opinion expressed before the New York Methodist Kplscopnl con ference to-day by the Rev. F. E. Wil son, the retiring presiding elder of the Kingston district, in his valedictory. Mr. WHson said there is a growing spirit of woildliness In his district. In closing his address Mr. Wilson 'brought a cheer from the several hun dred delegates v- Ivmi he announced that Irtiirln? his term as presiding elder he 'always had tried to do honest work "and In ilic words of that great but much maligned mm had tried to give every man a 'sipiare deal.' " G ETSAC0N StTt U T 1 0 N This week we hav6 added to the Tapestry Brussels sale sev eral patterns of Velvet and Printed Body Brussels, in full rolls, and all our short lengths. Your choice, while they last, at 75c a Yard. made, laid and lined. Catering in all Its branches by skilled and experienced people? ; weddings, banquets, dinners, parties, leas, etc. Good taste good quality. Mince Pies and Tliim Puddings to order. Erpcrl. enccd waiters and cooks furnished. The E. J. Williams Catering Co., 17 ELM STREET. OVER NESBrra EDWARD P. BRETT, BUILD EK AND CONTRACTOR. Sawing, Turning and Jobbing in Wood of All Kinds. . Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Pack Ing Boxes. 7 PROVT STREET. . EDUCATIONAL: rown h Durham Complete House Furnishers. Twe-looiHi Tmr, msss T. St C. A. BttlLDIKQ, IS2 Temple Mtrtet, Maner Perlla Oatltr, President JEWELERS. Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing More watches nrc ruined, more fine . pieces of Jewelry spoiled, by poor workmen than in nny other way. I Don't take any clmnccs with yours. Mrlng It to us and we assure you Oranqe and Center Sts. !ir""pi i thorough service ami rea. I siinnhln eliiir''i'u Sanlo Domingo Abolishes Vice-President. San loinlngo, liepnblie of Santo Domingo. April 2-The new const II lion of the republic of Santo 'Domingo, which was promulgated by the con- stltiitlonal convention last February ' went Into effect to-day. I'nder the new I laws the term of ofllce of the chief ex 'ecutlve Is fixed at six yc'irs and the office of vice-president Is abolished. A senate hiiiI a court of cessation are cre ated and Die death penalty for criminal offenses Is enforced, The term of the present government expires the first of next July. m Nonpareil Laundry C8, (Incorporated) HIGH-CLASS WOR.K. We do the work for the leading fara Hies and stores. 271 Blalchley Av New Hava.i Con. Office of KWSD CHATHKIiP. Pres. and Treos. JAMKS H. CHATKIHI.D, Hoey. ;;Ths Geo. M. Gran! Co, MASONS AND GENERAL CONTRACTORS. 201, Tel, Itoom 2006 Kxchana;e nidg. 85 Chapel St. CHURCH ' WEDDING INVITATIONS (,ni,D II AS tlODI) DAY. Huston, April 2. - At 10;:id p. m. Winslow said: "The governor has hud a good and Is resting comfortably." Dr, day I VETERAN SURRENDERS It. X. .Kill XtI KST. OITICIAX. ITCHING DEVILS Are little patehni of eer,nma on the akin, scalp, or hand, which are Instantly relieved tnd ipeedily cured, in th majority of cases, by 'gentle anointings of Cuticura Ointment, the great Skin Cure, prerey-i by warm baths with Cuticura Soap. This treatment succeeds when tl! elan fall), and Is pure, sweet, permanent, and economical. CoitmlMo Ritcrntl sad Itnrnnl Trntmnt, for r.Tn: Yluinor ol Inl.riM, Chlldrm. ind Adului coo :! ot Ciiiioura Sets I34c.i to rinnw mm Skin, (Jmiiiiirt Ointment ifne,) to tlenl the SKIn. end CMtlcure hismlvent (0ci lor In the tnrtn ol Choroid l Coiled llll inc. pel ol (Kii lo Pmlly tn niond. fold thrninnoul the nrid Colter Drue Chen. Corp. Sole Prnni., Bunion. Mi. afUultd Frto. Cuticure Bonk oo aula Olnwe. Sallorman In Italtlc ol' .Manila Day (ilves Himself 1 p In Police. Chicago, April 2. - Howard K.lward luinn, :t;l years old, who says ho wan assistant engineer on the cruiser oiympla at the buttle of Manila bay in 1S0R, surrendered to the police to-day, saying that he was wanted In lloslnn on charges of passing alleged worth less checks. He protested Innocen f tho charges. Dunn hud an unendorsed check for $2."i,niia drawn on a New York hank, made payable to Dunn, and sign id by "a sabey." Dunn said that the check was worthless and was given to him by a man he met In Chicago, Has Purchased ami Is Kcllltlng Malleson Isslahllsliiiieiit. the StU'XD MOAT WltUCKH I'l'lHtV. New York, April 2. The ferryboat .Maine, plying the Ka,t river between 23d street, Manhattan, and Williams burg, whs run Into near tho Hrooltl.cn shorn to-night hy a sound steamer. The upper works of the ferryboat were wrecked and she Is said to have sustained some diima..',e below i tit? water line, Ansonla readers and Journal-Courier readers in general will be Interest- l ed 111 knowing that the It. N. John iiiest has purchased the J. F. Mat Iteson optical establishment, room 2, R2X Chapel street, .and Is refurnishing and lilting It up. He will be ready for business next Saturday or .Mon day morning. .Mr. Johiuiucst for twenty-two 'yars conducted the leading optical estab lishment In Ansoiilit. He bun a repu tation through the state ua a very competent, refracting- and nuinufnc- tiirlug optician painstaking and con scientious, Three yearn ago, on ac count of poor health, he wild out bis Ansonla establishment nnd In titartlng again ban located In this ns offering a lurger field of work. jtTT Invitations and . 1 Announcements that conform to the latest dictates as to form and lettering. tr We are pleased m to show sam ples and to quote prices on any form of society engraving. AXOTMKIl MOMM IN X I ',V VOMK. New York, April 2. My the explo sion of a, bomb to-day In a hallway of a tenement house In Kast 12tli street, three men were injured, though not fatally, fifteen Italian families were terror-stricken and the walls, ceilings and floors of thu house wero wrecked. OASTORIA. Boa t Yni1 HavJ!w Bought Slenaturo of JTcJU. 857-859 CHAPEL ST. Established In 1843, Polo To-night Waterbury vs. New Haven. U.DIH Ctl.l.KU AT HitIO P. !l. It Hi ii I plnn II Ink (IS,-, liriinil Avenue). Prices 25c, 35o and 50c. Tickets on Sale n l.nuher's, 8110 Chapel llrect. BROOCHES. We are now showlim most com. plcto Hue ot brooches, especially In the dulnty enamel nnd acml-precloui stones. Tim earl; purchaser luu the besl variety to choose from. ; 783 Cm Arte Strcet. NSW HAVEN, 0T.