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I r mY HAVEN MORNING JOUB&AL AND COURIER, i SATURDAY JAOTART 27' 1906. Parlor and Table Lamps, Fine China, Cut Glass, Bric-a-Brac A. F. Successor to John Bright & Co. NEWS FROM THE CHURCHES FEATURES OF THE RELWIOUS SERVICES TO-MORROW. Davenport Church' New Pastor, Rev. Mr. Pierce Rev. Mr. Glffln on "The Wonderful Life" Special Music nt Trinity, at Center, at St. Thomas' and at First Baptist Services at Dwight Place. Kev. A. "W. Archibald will be the preacher at Davenport to-morrow morning. During the past week tWa church has Invited Rev. Mr. Pierce of Mt. Carmel to become its pastor and is hoping for increased usefulness in its new relation. EPWORTH M. E. CHURCH. At the morning service the pastor, Kev. William Glffln, will speak especial ly to young men on "The Masterful Life." A praise service with special musical numbers In the evening. CENTER CHURCH. Devotional service at 4 p. m. Response (service in C) B. Tours Anthem "Just as I Am" W. W. Gilchrist Solo "The Throne of Grace" Charles A. E. Karris W. S. Moyle. Choir hymn "Oh, Holy Saviour, Friend Unseen" ......Flemmlng FIRST M. E. CHURCH. " The pastor will preach both morning end evening. Services at t0:30 and 7:30; morning theme, subject, "New Haven Young Men and the Y. M. C. A." Class meeting at 9:30. Bible school at noon; Chinese Sunday school at 2:30; Epworth league meeting at 6:30, led by Mrs. Ruth Sites Brown, assisted by Miss .Tyrrell and Messrs. Gilbert and Gra Jlim, subject, "Robert Morrison." HUMPHREY STREET CONGREGA TIONAL CHURCH. Public worship at 10:30 a, m., with sermon by the pastor, Rev. F. R. Luckey on "A Great Question and Its Plain Answer." In the evening at 7:30 with an address by Rev. Joel S. Ives of Hartford, on "The Problem of Immigra tion." - Bible school at 12 m. Children's missionary meeting at 3 p. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. AT TRINITY CHURCH. The services at Trinity church for the fourth Sunday after the Epiphany v will be a celebration of the holy com munion at 8 a. m. and morning prayer with sermon by the Rev. Henry An stlce, D. D., at 10:30 a, m. The music at this service will be Stalner's Te Deum In A; Sullivan's Jubilate in D, and at the offertorium Mozart's first Motet, "O God When Thou Appearest" will be sung. As to-day is the 150th an niversary of Mozaffs birth this beauti ful anthem is of special Interest at this time. ' At the evening service, the fourth of the Berkeley sermons will be delivered by the Rev. Floyd W. Tomklns, D. D., rector of Holy Trinity church, Phila delphia, at 7:30 p. m. The anthem at this service will be "The Lord be a Lamp Unto Thy Feet," from Benedict's oratorio "St- Peter." ST. JOHN'S JP. E. CHURCH. Fourth Sunday 'after Epiphany, Jan uary 28. Morning prayer and sermon, 10:30. Prelude Allegretto ToUrs Te Deum in F Tours Benedictus in F : Tours Kyrie in C Schubert Gloria Tlbl in G , Garrett Offlertory "Drop Down, ye Heavens" Barnby Postlud-r-Aliegro In F Rhelnberger Evening prayer and sermon, 4. UNITED CHURCH. At United church (north church on the green), the morning worship will be at 10:30 o'clock. Rev. Artemas J. Haynes, pastor of the church, will preach a sermon to young men. ADULT CLASS, CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER. The regular session of this church will occur to-morrow noon in lecture room of the Church of the Redeemer and an interesting speaker will have charge. Ladies and gentlemen of any demonlnation ara cordially invited to attend. PRAISE SERVICE AT FIRST BAP TIST. The regular praise service given by the First Baptist church quartette will be rendered Sunday evening, January 28, 1906, at the church, corner Edward's and Livingston streets at 7:30 p. m. The regular quartette will be assisted by two other quartettes in the rendition of the programme. The chorus choir and programme are as follows: Sopranos Mis3 Anna Carroll, Mrs. Jennie Penn Parish, Miss Susan Ralph. ' Altos Mrs. Clara Bishop Good, Mrs. R. N. Davis, Miss Antoinette Bress- Tenors Frederick D. Adams, Henry W- Strack, Dr. George T. Lawton. Basses Albert W. Kraft, Addison F. Hunle, Rufus S. Shepard. mOTncR ukai j SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN, A Ortin dure for Fererisbness, Cnnntipatlnn, Headache, i Stomach Troubles, Teething n;...Ja... nmH TlP.lrilT ,i A... U..nl. ThAvftrpnlc on t-ollls ren1. Home, Sample mHjFREE. ras. y Stirrer Citj. A. S. OLMSTED, La Roy, N T. The choicest goods - ever exniDitea in this city. WYLIE, 821 Chapel Street Organ voluntary. Doxology "Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow." Invocation. Anthem "I Am Alpha and Omega".. Stalner Chorus Choir, Scripture reading. Gloria Patri First Baptist Church Quartet. Anthem "Here is Rest." First Baptist Church Quartet, assisted by Mrs. Jennie Penn Parish. Prayer. Response "Incline Thine Ear".. Smart Anthem "From Egypt's Bondage Come" Page , Chorus Choir. Offertory. Hymn "Onward, Christian Soldiers" No. 724 Sullivan Sermon Anthem "Unfold ye Portals Everlast ing" .'. ...j Gounod Choir Chorusa. Benediction. Postlude. AT ST. PAUL'S. The services at St. Paul's church to morrowFourth Sunday after Epiph any, are holy communion at 9:30 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon by the rec tor at 10:30. Evening prayer and ser mon by the -Rev. Samuel R. Colladay at 7:30. Sunday school meets in. the parish house at 12:15. Chinese class at 3:30. Programme of music for the day: Morning. Processional Hymn 569 Elvey Venite Tone I Te Deum in E flat Garrett Benedictus in E fiat Garrett Hymn 671 Dykes Anthem "O Little Town of Bethle hem" Shelley Hymn 58, written by Phillips Brooks, '80 Recessional Hymn 618 Gale Evening. Processlonal-Hymn 318 Smart Magnificat in B flat.. Stanford Nunc dlmittls in B flat Stanford Hymn 844 Mason Anthem "In Every Place Inoense Shall be Offered" ". .. West Recessional Hymn 17 ....Vesper Hymn FORBES CHAPEL. Morning prayer and address by the minister in charge, Rev. Franklin Knight, at 10:45. Sunday school at 9:30. CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION. Davenport avenue and Ward street. Morning prayer, litany, sermon by the Rev. Robert Bell at 10:30. Sunday school at 12:15. AT SPRINGSIDE. Morning prayer and address by the Rev. Mr. Colladay, at 9 o'clock. AT ST. THOMAS' CHURCH. The service in St. Thomas' church to morrow are morning prayer, litany, and ante-communion with sermon at 10:30, and chapel evensong at 4 o'clock. The Sunday school meets at 12:05. The order of music for choral even song Is as follows: Recessional 67. Verslcles Tallis Psaltar evening 28 Anglican Magnificat in E Whltfeld Nuno Dimittis in E Whltfel Anthem "God Who is Rich in Mercy" Garrett Offertory "Let Him That Is Taught" Skifflngton Sevenfold Amen J. Stalner Recessional 403. PLYMOUTH CHURCH. The pastor, Rev. Dr. McLane, will preach morning and evening. The theme of the vesper service will be "Christian Hate." DWIGHT PLACE CHURCH. At the praise service at the Dwjght Place church Sunday night the cfoolr will sing the following numbers: "Lift Up Thine Eyes" Allen "Grant Us Thy Peace" Schilling "The Lord Is My Light" Marsh (Solo.) - "Praise the Lord" Steam "Fading, Still Fading" Jackson The congregation will also be led in Bpeclal hymn singing, and the pastor will tetl tjiie story of the hymns. Every body welcome. HOWARD AVENUE CONGREGA TIONAL CHURCH. The pastor, Rev. W. J. Mutch, will preach morning and evening. At 7:30 he will begin a short series of discourses on "Youth." The first wi'. have for Its special theme "Breaking Loose." These discourses will not consist of mere mor allzings, but will be a real effort to give to young people, parents, teach ers and others a truer understanding, deeper sympathy and better mawge ment of life In Its early adventures. There will be a song service at the opening. The school session is at noon, and the pastor will speak to the adult class on "Dr. Harper." All who are interested are invited. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST (SCI ENTIST). The services of the First Church of Christ (Scientist) are held on Sunday morning at 10:30 in Chamber of Com merce hall, 763 Chapel street; subject to-morrow, "Spirit." Golden tot "The fruit of the Spirit is love, Jjr, peace, long suffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperanae; against such there is no law" Galatians v., 22, 23. The Sunday school mets, after the service, in the church auditorium. The Wednesday evening testimonial meeting is held at 8 o'clock. The reading room under the auspice of this church is open daily from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m., except Sunday; Wednes day from 10 a. m. to 7:45 p. m., and Tuesday and Saturday evenings from S to 10. A cordial welcome is exteaf' A to all. Y. M. C. A. Men's Mass Meeting To-Morrow After noon. The second mass meeting for men held In the New Haven theater this year will be given to-morrow afternoon at 3:45. The speaker for the day will be Rev. James Grant. The stereoptlcon will be used at the close to throw on the screen certain scenes from the life of Christ and the words of sacred hymns. After the service a social hour will be spent in the banquet hall of the association building, 152 Temple street At 3 p. m. a practical talk will be given by Dr. Lafayette B. Mendel, on the use of foods, fo members of the gymnasium and their friends, in the banquet hall on the third floor of the association building. To both of these services all men are cordially Invited. THE CITY MISSION HOUSE. At the auditorium service to-morrow evening at the City mission house, 201 Orange street, Rev. W. D. Mossman missionary pastor, the exercises will be conducted by D. W. Kurtz, chairman of the committee of Yale Divinity schocl In the City mission service. The ser mon will be by H. E. Brown, of Walla Walla, Washington, a graduate of Whitman college. Other members of the Divinity school will assist in the service. The hour is 7:30 p. m. Other Sunday services as usual. All are wel come. YOUR BRAIN Needs Food Not Stimulant. Grape-Nuts Food for Brains has Stood the Test. "There's a Reason." RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Center Church, Rev. Newman Smyth, D. D. Pastor. Morning service lit 10,30. Devotional service at 4 p. m. First Methodist Episcopal Church (Cor. Elm and College streets) Rev. Francis T Brown, paBtor. Class meet ing at 9:30; public worship, with preaching by the pastor and reception o new members, at 10:30, and services at 7:30, with preaching by the pastor. First Churoh of Chrifat (Solentlst), 763 Chapel street. Sunday at 10:30 a, m., Wednesday at 8 p. m. Reading room open week days, 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Wednesdays, 10 a. m. to 7:45 p. m. Tues day and Saturday evening 8 to 10. Christian Science literature for distrib ution, tf First Baptist Church (corner Ed wards and Livingston streets) Rev. Frederick Lent, pastor. Morning ser vice at 10:80 a. m. Bible school and men's class, 12 m. Y. P. S. C. E 6:30 p. m... Evening service at 7:30. tf The Church of the Redeemer, Orange street, corner Wall Watson Lyman Phillip?, D. D. pastor. Preaching at noon. Young People's Society of Chris tin., 1pHlnniri. n. .4ft . . , ,r- nail uiuicavui at D.ou u. Ill, At VVULUUme m. Gospel meeting at 7:30 p. m. tf Calvary Baptist Church Sunday, Jan uary 28, 1006. 10:15 a. m, prayer meet ing of Bible school teachers; 10:30 a. m., public worship with preaching by the Rev. John fi. Lyon of Holyoke, Mass.; 10:30 a. m., kindergarten class of Bible school; 12:00 m., Young Men's class; 1:30 p. m., Chinese department of the Bible school; 3:30 p. m., Junior En deavor meeting; 6:30 p. m., Y. P. S. C. E. prayer meeting; topic, "Home Mis sions in Our Cities," Luke 19, 41:48; 7:30 p. m., evening worship with preaching by the Rev. John S. Lyon; 8:00 p. m.. gospel meteing of Chinese mission at 150 Elm street. Dwlght Place Congregational Church Rev. Wm. W. Leete, V. D., pastor Preaching by the pastor in connection with public worship, morning and evening; 12 m., Bible school; kinder garten at 10:30; Endeavor Band at 4, and Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:80. Plymouth Church, the Rev. Wm. W. Mc.Lano, D. D., pastor Divine worship and Rermon at 10:30 and 7:30. Young People's meeting at 4:80. Trinity Church Fourth Sunday after Epiphany: 8 a, m., Holy Com munion; 10:30 a. m., morning prayer and sermon by Rev. Henry Austloe, D. D. ; 7:80 p. m., evening prayer and Berkeley sermon by Rev, F. W. Tom kins, D. D. Friday, the Purification of the Virgir. Mary, 11 a. m., Holy Com munion. Davenport Church, Wooster square. Rev. Andrew W. Archibald of this city will preach at 10:30 a. m.; Sunday school at 12 o'clock; Endeavor service at 6:30 p. m.; Boys' league meets Thursday evening. p Church of the Messiah Rev. J. Smith Dodge of Stamford will preach at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 12 o'clock. Public cordially invited. GEORGE WASHINGTON, JR. Large Audience Greets Repetition Of Clever Musical Comedy. Thyfre was a good house at the Hy perion again last evening. The come dy ran with more smoothness than on Thursday. When it goes to New York it should make a hit as great as did Mr. Cohan's "Little Johnny Jones." Opinion seems divided as to the respec tive merits of these two comedies. The audience appreciated hits in dia logue and In a tropical song on such recent matters as life insurance scan dals. A delightful male chorus is made by the chin-whiskered frisky old guides at Mount Vernon. Their song on the con ventional questions of tourists about Washington appeal to one who has many questions on the same subject fired at him. Another chorus is of colonial maids and men. There is a large number of extra people serving as tourists and as the excited crowd on election eve. The comedy will be repeated this aft ernoon and evening. YALE CONCLAVE INSTALLATION. Entertainment and Dance Furnish En joyable Meeting at Harmonie Hall. An entertainment and dance attend ed the installation of officers for 1906 of Yale conclave No. 244, Improved Or der of Heptasophs, at Harmonie hall last evening. 'After the installation and entertainment programme an order of ten dances was played. There, was a large number present, and the even ing was a ruf delightful one. ANNUAL MEETING OF DIRECTORS OV COlfXECTICUT HOSPITAL SOCIETY. Large Attendance at Residence of Dr. T H. Bishop Ell Whitney Elected President Elections and Appoint ments Made for the Year, The annual meeting of the directors of tha Connecticut Hospital society was held at the residence of Dr. T. H. Bish op, 215 Church street, last nis-ht and j was largely attended. The following omcera were chosen: President, Eli Whitney; vice president, Morris F. Ty ler; secretary, Dr. Timothy H. Bishop; treasurer, Charles E. Curtis; prudential committee, William G. Daggett, Harry G. Day and Frederick G. Hotchkissf financial committee, Ell Whitney, S. E. Merwln and Thomas Hooker; auditors, Oliver S. White and John W. Bristol; attending physicians at the hospital,, Drs. S. D. Gilbert, William G. Daggett, L. S. DeForest, C. J. Foote, Max Mail houBe and J. S- Ely. Senior attending physician, Francis Bacon; junior at tending physicians, Drs. W. H- Carmait, T. H. Russell, W. W. Hawkes, L. C Sanford; laryngologist, Dr. Henry L. Swain; opthalmologist, Dn Henry W. Ring and associate optholmologlst, Dr. Arthur N. Ailing; pathologist, Dr. C. J. Bartlett; obstetrician, Dr. Otto G. Ramsey; assistant obstetrician, Dr. 'Richard F. Rand; consulting physi cians, Drs. C. A. Llndsley, R, S. Ives, T. H Bishop, F. E. Beckwith, and Walter Judson; chemist, Dean Herbert E. Smith; X-ray physician, William Sprenger; superintendent, James R. Coddlngton; superintendent of nursing, Miss Emma L. Stowe; board of visitors, Rev. William A. Beardsley.Rev. Charles O. Scoville, Bernard E. Lynch, Rabbi David Levy, Prof. Irving Fi3her, and Major John Q. Tllson. The following were appointed to the board of lady visitors: Mrs. E. J. Bar rett, Mrs. Thomas H. Russell, Miss M. A. Munson, Miss Cornelia P. Bulford, Mrs. John C Punderford, Mrs. Wil liam W. Hawkes, Mrs. Frank A. Mon son, Mrs. Thomas A. Bostwick, Mrs. H. E. Smith, Mrs. Frank W. Baker, Mrs. Nathan A. Bronson, Mrs. George B, Stevens, Miss J. M, Rowland, Miss Katherine E- Hurd, Mrs. M. D. Turley, Mrs. John S. Ely, Mrs. John H. Piatt, Mrs. Oscar Dlkeman, Mrs. Oliver H. Richardson, Mrs. Anson Phelps Stokes, Jr., Mrs. Arthur J. Gammack, and Mrs. S. W. Hart. A GUARANTEED CIHE FOR. PILES Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing Piles. Your druggist will refund money If Pazo Ointment falls to cure you In 6 to 14 days. 50o. IN AND ABOUT THE COURTS MORE EVIDENCE IS TAKEN IS MURDER CASE. C'nse Adjourned to Next Tuesday jOtt Will Get the Case ir the Afternoon Probably. The murder trial before Judge Rob inson continued yesterday with un abated interest and the day's findings were characterized as making the de fense of Tramontano stronger as It pro ceeds. At recess at 1 p. ra. yesterday the accused's prospects did not look bright. The state rested and the prisoner's wit nesses were on the stand for tho re mainder of the day. . The defense is trying to prove that Carboni intended to clash the accused's throat in revenge for the insult to Mb daughter; also be cause of a long standing feud between the two men. The defense's counsel, Mr. Goodhart, provided witness proving that Tra montano was chased toy the deceased who had a razor- This is the best evi dence for the defence thus far. Late yesterday the state put on the stand the victim's wife and daughter, who testified that the razor found near Car boni was not Carbonl's. All the testimony during the day had centered about the hearing of this razor upon the case, the defense trying to show that It did not belong to the ac cused. The defense will continue to present more witnesses when the court con venes on Tuesdav, and In all probabil ity all evidence and the arguments be fore the Jury will have been ended on Tuesday, and then the fate of Trtmon tano will be decided by the Jury. , RECITAL BY OPERATIC BARITONE Concert Arouses Great Interest Throughout the City. Those in charge of arrangements for the Campanarl song recital In Woolsey hall on Thursday evening, February 1, wish to make the fact clear that the sale of seats will be carried on all day Tuesday, January 30, at the Woolsey hall box office and at the M. Stelnort Sons company. The sale will open at 9 o'clock and last until 6. 1 So general is the interest felt in this recital that the managers decided to keep the Woolsey hall box off.ee open all day instead of from 11 to 1 and 2 to 4, as heretofore. As has already been announced, sub scribers to the symphony concerts and to the university extension lectures may have a .reduction of twenty-five cents on every ticket bought for the re cital, which fact brings the price of seats to a popular figure. Every seat In the house will be reserved, so It one pays only twenty-five cents for one'B ticket one is entitled to a good seat in advance, just as are those who pay twice that sum and more. The prices of seats are 50 cents, 75 cents and $1. , DR. J. L. HURLBURT. Well-Known Sunday School Authority to Address Children at Grace M. E. Church. The children of the First Methodist church Sunday school between the ages of eight and fourteen are invited to meet the pastor ?.t the Sunday school rooms this aftei ioon at 1:30 to attend, in a body, the Junior .league convention at Grace M. E. church. There Dr. Jcffe L. Hrulburt, the well-known Sunday school authority, will speak on "The Right Beginning." Children represent ing all the Methodist churches of the city will attend this meeting. Hyperion LAST TWO TIMES THIS AFTERNOON AT 2.15 TO- NIGHT AT 8.15 Sam H. Harris Present! "The Yankee Doodle Comedian" GEO. M. COHAN , In His Latest American Musical Play. ' George Washington, Jr." Matinee 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00. NOTE i "A play furiously fanny and graceful. N. H. Courier. "George M. Cohan scored a decisive Jr, at the Hyperion last night FRIDAY, Feb 2 One Night Only. Farewell Engagement In New Haven of the World's Greatest Aotrsss MSIB. SARAH and her own incomparable Company from the Theatre "Sarah Bernhardt," Paris, France. vln Alexander Dumas, flls'. immortal play, ' ' 66 DIreotlon of S. S. and Leo Schubert and Wm. F. Connor,' Prices, 3, 2.60, $2, (l.BO, 1. (Only four seats allowed to any one person.. No 'phone orders taken or orders for seats laid aside for any on e while line la in progress on. opening days of sale). AT THE STATE ARMORY. Handsome Cup for Indoor Rifle Com petition. The quarterly meeting of the Officers' association was held last evening, and the only business transacted beyond the routine order was the acceptance of a beautiful silver cup presented by Major Tllson for indoor rifle competition, A vote of thanks was passed. The Machine Gun battery and the First Separate colored company drilled last night. This was followed by a game of basketball between the First division of the Naval Reserves, Hart ford, and the Second division of New Haven, i The Hartford boys showed better team work and won by the score of 48 to 19. SUBSCRIPTION DANCE Given by Company of New Haveners in West Haven Town Hall. A subscription dance was given In tho West Haven town hall last evening by Clarence Smith, Tho dancers were New Haveners from the Eighth ward. About forty-five couples were present. Odenklrchen's orchestra furnished music. HOTEL TR ATM ORE, Atlantic City, N. J. : ii l 1 1 1 ' i I,! fi t i M t 2 UVS-V 1 Hot and cold sea and fresh water lit all baths. Running water In bedrooms- House thoroughly and completely appointed with every known mod ern equipment Seventy-five private kaths. Illustrated booklet. Capacity 460, Ur obstructed view from all rooms. Golf (privileges to guests over the fam ous Atlantic City Country Club eourS'S. TRAYMORB HOTEL CO., CHAS. O. MARQUETTE, D. S. WHITE, Manager- President. NIAGARA A WATERLESSS DITCH. Drain Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, and Lake Erie? No, that is not likely, but it must be remembered that the water that makes the falls is the over flow, and this Is of very limited amount. The beauty of 'the falls is not due to their great height, tout to the volume of water which passes over them. Re duce this to any great extent and be fore long one of nature's grandest works will be destroyed. Incidentally, one of the most popular Mftccas for bridal couples in all the United States will have passed away. The immedi ate menace to the falls Is the rectloa of power plants on both sides of the river. Six of these plants are now in operation or are almost ready to begin work. That there will be more of thera Is certain, because one of the cheapes ways in the world to obtain power is ti take in waterabove the falls and run It throught a penstock- Now the mean discharge of the Niagara River Is 222.0J0 cubic feet per second.but this often falls to 165,000. Two of the plants on tie New York side are already ua-I Theatre. Night 266; BOo, 76c, $1.00, $1.50. very taking.. .Chorns refreshing and hit In bis neir play 'George Washington N. H. Palladium. 99 SEAT SALE TUESDAY 0 A. M. BIJOU THEATRE Sylvester Z. Poll.... ..Proprietor AH the Week of January 21), The STO'CrLCOJPflNY Will Present The Great Russian Drama, "THE RESURRECTION" A powerful picture of Russian Life. Miss Gertrude Shlpmnn as Mnslova. Mr. Lawrence D. McGlII, as Prince Dl mitrl. Poll Popular Frices Frcvnilj Ladles to daily matinees, 10 cents; evenings, 10, 20, 80 cents; matinees, 10, 20, cants. Seats for evening shows can be secured in advance. Box offloe opens at 9 a m. Telephone 3090. WEEK OF FEBRUARY 5, "Woman Against Woman." ing 8,600 oubic feet, per second. An other has a capacity of 7,700 cublo feet dtlrlng that period. On the other side of the river, ' 33,000 cubic feet of water are used every sec ond during which the plants thore are operated under full load a total of 50,000 cubic feet when the demands of one or two small pumping plants are added. Thia is 29 per cent of the mini mum discharge of the river, and the only conclusion one may draw from these cold figures is that the Niagara Falls have not long to live. Th Canadian falls will outlive the Ameri can falls because they receive three times as much water from the river, the disparity being so great that at times when fierce east winds have pre vailed, lowering the level of Lake Erie below normal, the Niagara River dis charge has been so reduced that the channel between Goat Island and the New York side has become a waterless ditch, and the American fall has for the time being disappeared from view. Public Opinion. V I'm Hi l iHl J' UttlerlaititHjettts. 3HUBERT BROS. , MANAGERS YPERIO THEATRE To-night and Sat. Matinee and Night, GEO. M. COHAN In his latest American Musical Play George Washington, Jr. Prices: Matinee 25c, 60c, 75o, JLOO Night, 26c. 60c, 75c, 11.00, 1.6l Seats now on sale. Friday, February 3 The farewell of Bernhardt. Seat sale Tuesday, January 30. Thurs., Fri., Sat., Jan. 25, 26, 27 Matinee Saturday. Chas. E. Blaney Amusement Co. present P. AUG ANDERSON, In the great Temperance Play THE CURSE OF DRINK. By Chas. E. Blaney. 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Write for 1906 booklet! Coach meet trains. a. C. MITCHELL & co. mli-iiSI TEN COUGARS DAMAGE Small Fire in. Salvation Army Quarters on Broadway. About 8 o'clock last ntghfr. Policeman Fallon discovered a blaze in tha room occupied by the Salvation army at' Broadway. He sent word to No, 3'f house and the chemical responded. Tha chief damage was to a desk, curtains and wall paper, and amounted to be tween 510 and $15. A lighted match In advertently thrown aside is thought to have been the cause of the fire. Tha place belongs to the Wilbur F. Day es tat. v: a.