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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1008.
- Wwlni'hflfiy, 7UH-8O0-802 I Ladies' Suits Ladies to-day are on the qui-vive for the Fall styles of suits that, will be popular' during the coming season. , . We are showing a beautiful assortment, hand somely trimmed in verdigris, taupe, wisteria, pea cock blue, navy blue and other popular shades. This is the time to bear in mind our "Maker to Wearer" prices, which save you money and give you assurance of quality and workmanship. -rMf r'M'-M- - ESTABLISHED .1890. I A. M. KALETZKY FURRIER JroNEmGHT: I: I Mnnou Innlrc R10 The full moon coming up and going down looks big. Monoy before and nftrr tho hptglit of soii.mn looks big to the mrrchnnt, specially the fur nirrclmnt. In the fur line jj-ou will find a dollar will buy moro ' Just now thnn It will a month ,or two later. It Is true in buying furs and In all kinds of fur repairing. Telephone 3020. GLENWOOD THE BULLARD CO. 58 and 60 ORANGE STREET. FOREST WANDERERS SAFE New Vorkcr and Daughter Lost at i Rrotton Woods for Thirty Hours. ' Bretton Woods, N. H Sept. 22. . After wandering about In the forest .in iha vlplnifv -nf.Mntint tVhn tnn ' nearly 30 hours, with little food and practically no sleep, H. H. Cloodnow . and daughter of New York, finally found their wa'y out of the woods to 'day. Aside from considerable exhaus Beds Springs Mattresses Couch Covers Couches t Cots ( Desks $8.50 '"' Sept. 23. ClIAl'LL bTUULT. i Suits, $20.00 up. :: lnct Mnuu iA l RANGES. This is the time to think of buying your new Range for the fall. If you will look at the GLENWOOD . before making your selection we feel sure that you will decide that we have the best Range on the market at the price.' Your old Range taken in ex change. tion neither exporlonced any lll-rff,cls from the experience. Mr. Uooodnow and his daughter, who Is- about 16 years of ago, yesterday morning Btart cd out with the Intention of climbing Mt. Echo, tuklng only a light lunch eon. -When night came they had not returned. A searching party scoured the woods half the night and again to-day. This afternoon a telegram was received at the hotel from tho Wllloy house station of the Hoston & Maine railroad, stating that Mr. Ooodnnw and his daughter had ar rived there. (JI ESTABLISHED 1824. Yale Mens Furnishings No store in the city gives as much thought to the proper Furnishings for Students' Apart ments. We carry an immense stock the best that money can buy and priced as low as the lowest quality considered, We in vite the inspection of all Yale men who want dependable Furniture. Sectional Bookcases. The lowest in price of the high-grade Sec tional Bookcases. A complete Bookcase at $8.50. As books accumulate extra sections may, be had at $2.50 each. Examine the MACEY before you buy any other. ' 100-102-104-106 Orange St. TRUE BILLS FOHND Grand Jury in United States Court Returns Indictments in Ten Cases. THEIR TRIALS IN DECEMBER Judge Pin It Assigns ('uses to Next Twin of Court tit llnrtford Local Juror AbHcnt. j In the United States court which convened In tho postofllee building yesterday morning shortly after 10 o'clock, true bills In ten coses were found by the grand Jury, all bf which were assigned to the next term of the court, which will open at llnrtford on tho llrst Tuesday In December. The session was a rather Interesting one from the moment of Its being called to order by Marshal Parmelee. An Incident of particular note was the ab sence of a local Juror. As the clerk of the court was call ing out the list of grand Jurors V. Perry Curtlss, of this city, failed to respond. Investigation by the mar shal showed that Mr, CurtlnswoB In the Maine woods and had not received his summons. The docket for the session was com posed or six criminal ana four new eases, besides thirty-three 'civil ones. Judge Flatt charged the Jury at about 10:30, the members of which then re tired. They were In session until shortly before 6 In the afternoon, with the exception of an hour for luncheon. A brief review of the cases fol lows: Michael Hlckey, of Torrlngton, Is charged with taking letters from the postofflce In that city. Jle was caught by means of a decoy letter. He comes from a respectable family In that city. Lorman E. Roberts, who Is serving time In Illinois, Is wanted on a bench warrant held by Marshal Bishop. John M. Feeney, a fugitive from Justice, Is wanted on a bench warrant for running away with about. $300 of tho government's money. Louis Marganl and Angello Ptevallo are charged with selling unstamped cigars. Thomas C. fitaryszewskl. alias John Roth, Is held for using the United States malls for blackmailing purposes. Eplfonlo Nicosia Is charged with using counterfeit money and having same In his possession. It Is claimed that secret service men caught him attempting to pass a twenty-flve-cent piece nn a Branchvllle storekeeper. Tho esses of the t'nlted States gov eminent ng.ilnst the following eomplet. ed the list: Adelhert Rlssoo, Abrftham I.evln, and ltaff.iele cnvatlnre. Although not on the regular docket the case ngalnst Arthur Jenkins, a yeo. mnn m tne in it en states navjv was before the court. He was arrested tu Virginia and was brought here In time for tlio assignment of ess, He was a resident of Pawtueket and from there sent several abusive postal cardi to l'reslrlont Koosnvelt. .The rards did not reach the president, 'however, belntf held up by the postal authorities. hpvrrai or me ctvn rases were as sinned to trial, principal among them being that of Edward W. .Lynch, trus tee, ngalnut J. Harmer Uronson of this city f'.r October 1 In Hartford, In which the former Is suing for 115.000 which he claims turned over to Bronson be. fore going Into bankruptcy, Trustee Lynch charRcs conspiracy, claiming that the transfer was made with the Intent of defrauding Jennings' credi tors. GERMANY CONCILIATORY Reply to I-Ynnco-Kpaolsli Note on Moroivo Delivered Last Night. Rerlln, Sept. 22. Germany's reply to the Franco-German note on Mo rocco was delivered this evening. The tone of the note Is moBt conciliatory but Germany makes the point plain that she cannot permit any power to occupy an extraordinary position In rtdatlnn to Morocco. A semi-official communication Is sued to-nlght says that both France and Spain have notified Germany that they have no Intention of departing from the spirit of the Algeclras act In laying down the position of the pow ers. Near Chapel. Tel. 1072. EXPOSES BRYAN'S FALSE PROPHESIES (Continued from First rage.) to the ground. It threjv out of em ployment millions of wage earners. After having assisted In this suicidal policy Mr. Hryan defeats the efforts of tho only great democrat they have had In the party for many years, Grovor Cleveland, and hurls at him Bllltns gate and denunciation, for what rea son? Because ho opposes Mr, Bryan's pet hobby, that of tho free coinage of silver without the consent of any other nation. Mr. Bryan announced that the gold standard had slain Its tens of thousands where protection had slain Its thousands. In that campaign Mr, Bryan prophesied that the continuation of the gold standard meant uncertainty In employment of labor and hardship to the wage-earner; that It would send down the price of farm products, He did not have to live two years to see every prophecy that he made In that campaign refuted by the fact. "Then there came on the campaign of 1900. In that campaign he still ad hered to his free silver fallacy and still went about the country trying to ex plain why It was that the continuation' of the gold standard bad not resulted In the disasters which ho had prophe sied. But lest the Issue of free sliver had become a little shopworn, he brought out as paramount Issue that of antl-lmperlallsm. He announced that If he were not elected In the next election, patriotism would have ceased to be In this country, the celebration of the Fourth of July would become a memory and that liberty would die. He was beaten on these Issues, and we continue to celebrate, the Fourth of July with fervor. v "At the end of the next four years Mr. Farker waa nominated. Mr. Bry an still Insisted on Inserting In the platform a clause In favor of free sil ver, but It was left out. He then Joined with Mr. Parker In making the paramount Issue the tyranny of Theo dore Roosevelt's executive usurpation and militarism. He denounced Mr. Roosevelt as completely subject ,to corporate Interests and held up to the country the dangers of war to which It would be subject under a Roose velt administration. Although the same policy was being pursued In tho Philippines as before, Imperialism had ceased to be then a paramount Issue. ' "The prophesy which Mr. Bryan made with reference to the wrllke tendencies, of Mr. Roosevelt and to his subjection to corporate Influence he had only to wait some two years to And them utterly refuted. For never In the history of the world has any chief executive had such a triumph In making peacn ss Theodore Roose velt In the Russian-Japanese war, In Central AmerlcA, In Santo Domingo, and In Cuba, and never In the history of the country has there been such a complete triumph over corporate In fluence as that which the courage, the honesty, and the persistence of Theodore Roosecelt has wrought dur ing the present administration. "In 1506 Mr. Brynn went around tho world and his return was heralded with the statement that In his visit around the world he had so gslned Informa tion and knowledge that ha had brooms safe and sane; that he wss a conserva tive, and all the democratic party awaited his coming with great Interest. Immediately upon hit arrival he dis pelled this erroneous Imrresslnn by declaring that he was convinced that the only solution of the railroad prob lem ultimately would be government ownership. He hod previously declared In favor of a national Initiative and ref erendum and also In favor of the elec tion of federal Judges. All these mont radical propositions have now been ex cluded from the democratic platform. They do not meet such popular approv al as to Justify them being brought for ward ss a means of acquiring office in this cnmpulgn. but they Illustrate the character of the man who proposes them; they show the Inslablllty and variability of His views and they Justi fy the fear that so mnny people, of this country heve In respect to the danger to which (he public, weol may he ex posed should he be put at the helm of tl the pilot. SLCCrsSFfli DEMONSTRATION. The lire authorities of West Haven rang In a special alarm last night to test a new hose and hydrant coupling. Company No. 1, which Is located at tho renter, made a record run to the box, No. 8, at the corner of Noble street and Campbell avenue where the commis sioners witnessed a successful demon stration of the coupling. Desks Desk Chairs Morris Chairs Davenports Cellarettes Tables Beds $3.00 TURE CO Gillespie's Sulphur Candles. 10c each, 3 for 25c. 85c the Dozen. DELIVERED. Gillespie's Drug Store Thone 603-4. 741 CI1APRL STHEET. Goods Delivered, SHOT DOWN IN FRONT OF STORE ' (Continued from First Page.) eral others around In short time to keep order and start work on the case. The first patrolman to arrive after the sergeant had given ohaae to the fugitive was Patrolman Foley of hesjquarters. He took charge of the wounded man and sent to the police station and to the hospital for an am bulance. The police ambulance was the first to arrive, and they took the man to the hospital. There he was operated on Immediately by Dr. Whit temore. He put a tube Into the sev ered, windpipe, known medically as the trachea, so that the mon under his care would be able to breathe. Tho doctor held out no hope from the first. His description of the wound la that It was one made by a large calibre re volver, a .32 or a .38, probably the lat ter, ine bullet entered the neck, passing through the trachea and severing It, and lodging later In the body under the f shoulder. The downward course of the bullet showed that It was fired from above. This was because the wounded man was sitting In a chair when the. shooting began. . A connected version of the murder given by various Italians who were on the street or In the neighborhood follows: There was trouble between the two men earlier In the evening. Totesco was sitting In a chair In front of his store when .a man crossed the street towards him and1 pulled out a revolver which he began firing, The first shot. struck, and Totesco arose from the chair and started to go Into his store. The assailant continued shooting, firing two shots through the plate gbus A-lndow in the store. Here the' stories are conflicting. Several said that the wounded man w.hlpped out ft revolver and- started shooting back, while others say that some other man did the shooting from the door wsy of the candy store. The assailant then ran, as described above. Totesco was carried across the street to a sa loon, from which the telephone calls for the ambulance were sent out. There was a revolver found In the kitchen of the candy store, which is also a restaurant on a small scale It Is a hammcrless, side loader, worth In the neighborhood of $20. There were several empty chambers. As It was Inside, It could not have belonged to the murderer, as he did not go In side of the store at all. As soon a tho nature of the wounds on tho man were known, and It was sehn that the man was liable to die, Corone.r Mix was notified and he went to the Howard avenue police precinct to conduct his Inquiries. He examined fully a dozen witnesses, In eluding the wife of the dying man, and the woman over whom the quar rei Is reported to have arisen. At a late hour this morning the coroner was still working on the case. The wounded man said ::Oh, God In Italian soon after he was shot, but that was all, until taken to the hos pltal. There, he mode a statement to Coroner Mix relating to the case, the details of which could not be learned. The place that Totesco kept on Water street was called the "Cafa Bella Napoll." It had been the cause of much comment In tho neighbor hood, and was said to have an evil reputation. The owner and his wife, were living there with soveral others' BRIEF MENTION. The thlrty-nln'th annual reunion of Companies "I," "B," and "The Band" of the First Connecticut Heavy Artil lery will be held In Hotel Stratfleld, Bridgeport, Wednesday, October 14. The semi-monthly meeting of the Westvllle branch of the V. C. T. U. will be held this evening, at the home of Mrs. Roberg. Fountain street, at 7 ;30 o'clock. The new lira Social club will give tliclr Informal dance at Lenox hall on Monday evening, October t. Stanford's orchestra will furnish the music for the evening's fun and the committee In charge which consists of Messrs. Fall mun, Thomas, Jones and Dunn, prom ises the public a good time. Opening at B. RogowsKl's Wednes day and Thursday, Sept. 23 and 24. Developing and Printing We use the Kodak Tank System of development for both plates and films, which produces a higher percentage of good negatives than uny other method. Failures in development do not occur because a fresh solution of tested tem perature and strength Is ised for each roll of film or set of plates. We use "Velox" to make the prints and we choose the grade and surfac of paper which Is best suited to the negative. If your negatives are not satisfactory we are only too glad to assist you In making correct expos ures. City Hall Pharmacy Co. NEXT TO CITY HALL, . Women's $3.50 Boots. Patent Colt Button, Cuban Patent Colt Blucher, Cuban Gun Metal Button, Short Vamp, Cuban Heel with Tips, $3.50. Gun Metal Bluchers, Cuban Heel, $3.50. Vici Kid Slipper, Foxed Dull Top Button, $3.50. Vict Kid Slipper, Foxed Dull Top Lace, $3.50. Kid Foxed Cloth Top Button, Patent Tips, $3.50. Vici Kid Button, Pointed Patent Tip, Low Heeli Medium Toe, on our well known Derby Last that makes you forget the ills of the feet: Widths A A, A, B, C, D, E, and EE. Visit our Hosiery Department. ONLY GOOD SHOES. Tit 842 and 846 tt Hn'im Optical Department. Glasses Adjusted Free. Call and you can have your eye-glasses prop erly adjusted free of charge, no matter" who made them, no matter where they were bought. . We are always glad to do this without charge. If people realized how essential it la for the welfare of the eyes, as well as for comfort and- sat isf action, to have proper glasses, properly adjust ed, they would seek expert work and employ no other. Thirty years' experience as leaders in op tical work ought to carry assurance of satisfaction. E.L. Washburn 6 Co. 61 Center St. Telephone. 84 Church St. 4 mni I Modern Decorating Calls for original and individual treatment Don't b satisfied with the commonplace, wheu you can hare tout decorating done In a manner expressive of your own Idea decorating different from your neighbors, unique and artistic, and at practically tbe same cost. We'd be pleased to have you consult us, MONROE BROS., f & I Quality or Cheapness. Which is most satisfactory ? We are not willing to do inferior work to comnete with men who will neither carry out their agreements nor use good ma terials. We aim to do as we agree. We are produc ing first-class work at reasonable cost. ' MEr)RELS, CROSS & BEAROSLEY, CONTRACTING DECORATORS, 90-92 Orange Street. 'JIl0n6 44M .) dn ' 11 i i i I; NEWSPAPERS, - " MAGAZINES, STATIONERY, SPORTING GOODS. J. A. McKEE'S. Heel, Short Fore Part, $3.50. Heel with Tips, $3.50. , ' Chapel Street: M You will And our op tical department com plete. , You will find that we employ none , but experts in this line. You will find we do all work promptly and will find our prices very moderate. 353 Grown St. S78I. J 839. ThJ Nonpareil Laundry cov (Incorporated.) m Cijij We do the work for the leading fan C Hies and sbores. 271 Blilcblejf A New Hani Cui