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2 NEW HAVEN MORNING JOUENAL AND COURIER. FRIDAY 3IARCII y 2!) 1907 THIS BEAUTIFUL SOLID OAK Regular Price $ 1 3.50. Special for one week. $11.50 Spot Cash. The H. M. BULLARD Co. 58-60 ORANGE ST. THE STANDARD McCUSEEB 4 SCIiROEDER'S BEST COAL FOR CASH. 26 Church St.' 1 qq! Of Old Prices On Gas Ranges YOU NEED ONE THIS Prices -on Gas Ranges April 'lis el ENTERTAINMENTS. t , Hyperion Theater. "The Tourists," one of the few good 1 musical comedies wife a good company, (will be seen at the Hyperion theater next Monday and Tuesday evenings. Its career of six months at the Majes tic in New York and of four months in Boston bespeak a book and lyrics of Unusual, merit. The music, which con tains many catchy, rhythmic tunes, is by Gustav Kerker, while book and lyr ics are by R. H. Burnside. Mr. Burnside has chosen for his en vironment tiie mythical city of Ranga pang, in the Interior of Hindustani, ;where he has brought two parties of American tourists, one consisting of young girls and the other of a young lAmerican student, accompanied by his eccentric tutor and guardian. The Ra jah of Rangapang not only resents this Intrusion, but desires to add to his harem at least one of toese young girls. Complications follow which af ford situations for the richest fun-mak-JrUr. ' Comedian Sloane has been equally happy In setting the story to music, and the score, like the libretto, Is a gem of the first water. The songs are sure to catch tiie popular ear on the instant, ahd the choruses hav the swing and rhythm, with workmanlike finish, 'that has marked all of this gifted young Composer's previous sue?esses. The combination of Messrs. Lowe and Sloane "listens" as a particularly good union of men of genius wiio have dove tailed perfectly to. produce the sort of entertainment that the theater-going public most prefer. .Among the artists of rare merit that have been engaged for this big pro duction is Alice Kraft Bentson, whose Theirs ir eisly cji That is 2S553i52ESi 1 i Similarly named remedies sometimes deceive. This first and original Cold Tablet U a WHITE PACKAWE with black ad red lettering, and bears the signature of 55 Railroad Ave. yj vt with M. jt(i" SEASON will be advanced 1st. Order Now. The I. H. Gas Light Go. Salesroom 93 CROWN STREET splendid soprano voice is heard to the best advantage in this opera. She Is an American girl wiio has sung all over the English world with marked success and comes back homo to win fresh laurels in "The Mimic and the Maid." Janet Melville and Evie Stetson, the j famous pair of mirth-makers, are also in the cast, where they have a wider field for their well-known ability as laugh compellers than ever before, the characterse assigned to them being as suredly one of Mr. Lowe's happiest cre ations. Dorothy Russell, who promises to reach even a higher pinnacle of fame than her gifted mother, Lillian Russell, has a role where her beauty and voice are seen and heard to the best advantage. New Haven Thentre. The two jolly fellows, Gordon and Gilbert, in the second edition of the merry musical comedy, "Hans and Nix," are announced for the production at the New Haven theater to-day, mat inee and nigiit. This jolly jingle seems to have hit the press and public as just right, Inasmuch as it has been present ed in every city of note In tha United States to phenomenal business. It is a cheering- conglomeration of gaiety girls, music and fun, and although it contains an original score of twenty numbers and borders on light opera, neverthe less It admits of many fiigh-class and costly specialties, and is presented by an organization of twenty people. This comedy lays but little claim to plot, and is presented for the sole purpose of I introducing laughter and beauty and song, corralling all the refreshing ele ments of gorgeous scenery, brilliant costumes. Jolly nonsense, entrancing music, clever comedians, fascinating 9f prima donnas, bewitching soubrettes and a clever and dashing chorus of youthful forms with beautiful faces and sparkling eyes. Miss Belle Darling, a handsome and bewitching little lady, has been engag ed for iier talent3 to play the principal girl part, and from past reports she is one of the delightful, features of the performance. From all the glowing accounts the public may Justly expect a performance of unusual excellence. THE GREAT KELLAR. By all means take the children to gee Kellar's new mystery, "The Witch, the Sailor and the Enchanted Monkey," during i-.is engagement at the New Ha ven theater to-morrow, matinee and night. They will remember It as long as they live. Kellar's name is synonymous with mystery and magic. He has traveled the world over many times and has brought to his magic art all the re sources of the Indies, tha wonders of interior Africa, toe yogis and fakirs of Hindustan; in fact, Kellar has studied every known school of magic and from each he has learned something to give finish and polish to his own wonder working creations. This season he has an illusion whicb has created a sensa tion wherever It has been seen. This weird and fantastic bit of mystery is called "The Witch, the Sailor and the Enchanted Monkey," and In the course of its production some six characters come and go, appear and disappear at thS will of the migr'vty wizard, a part played by Kellar himself. Men and women are, or seem to be, materialized from nothing and just as suddenly and as mysteriously do they disintegrate and fade away when Kellar waves his wand. Among the other features of his great entertainment no one has evoked more discussion or made a profounder im pression on the spectators than tee "Levitation,'' a marvelous bit of magic lnwhlch Kellar shows that he has well learned the lessons of the wonder workers of India. NOT YET, BUT SOON. Hap Ward, In a now musical produc tion, "Not Yet, But Soon," comes to the New Haven theater on Monday night for tiiree nights and Wednesday mati nee as the EaBter attraction. In this new offering Mr. Ward has returned to the same style of entertainment that first made famous the old team of Ward and Voices. The plot of "Not Yet, But Soon" has to do with the life and adventures of BUI Nerve, an easy going individual who was born tired, portrayed by Mr. Ward. His family has him brought to Professor Nutt's sanitarium, "Bughouse on the Hudson," to be treated for this tired feeling. Bill becomes Interested In the other pa- ptlents, is mistaken for a celebrated j nerve specialist from abroad, and the fun Is kept moving at a lively rate. The musical numbers throughout the performance have been .carefully select ed, and Include "Mary Wise," "I'm the Leading Lady," "Wonderland," "I'm Wise," "My Irish Girl," "Things That : Happen Every Day," "Some Day When Dreams Come True, ' "Larry," "The Wedding of the Blue and Gray," and "Lou, Lou, Lou." The supporting company numbers fifty people, Lucy Daly, Fred Wyckoff, Robert Evans, Abe Frledland, Richard Barry, John C. Hart, Harry Parent. Charles (Sandy) Chapman, Marian Merrill, Maude Alice Kelly and Made line Buckley heading the cast. BIJon Theater. Special Good Friday matinee to-day, Prices the same as evening scale. Way burn's side show heads the fine bill this week. Robert Hllliard, the mallnee Idol and former legit star, has been secured by Manager Poll for a week's engagement at his local theater, beginning on April 1. Mr. Hllliard Is one of the foremost actors In America and bis advent into vaudeville has been the talk"of the the atrical world. Mr. Hllliard will present a sketch and will be capably supported by an excel lent cast. The inflated chorus of Wayburn's side show Is one of the biggest screaming numbers presented In vaudeville this season. Harry Pilcer and Dot Williams are the leaders in this number and the various side-Fiiow freaks make a com bination that has the house in a roar during the act. The olio is excellent this week. I Poll'e Jletr Theater. A few good seats still remain for this afternoon and this evening at the Bi jou. Holiday prices will prevail at the matinee and seats are not held after 12 o'clock, or after 6 o'clock for this even ing. The advance sale indicates a ca pacity house, and patrons desiring their regular seats would do well to secure them as much in advance as possible. "Out of the Fold," a pastoral comedy drama, fs this week's offering, and it has been drawing exceptionally : large audiences for the Lenten season. The play Is in parts screamingly funny and throughout tells a highly Interesting story. Tiie leading roles are in the hands of Lawrence B.- McGill, Grace Franklyn Lynch, Cameron Clemens and Victor Browne, with the comedy work cared for by Margaret Hagen and Wil bur Symonds. The play is one of the season's blsgest successes. Next week the mirth-provoking com edy, "What Happened to Jones," will be offered for the first time at the Bi jou. It will be a treat. Shipping Nctvs. I Nfw York. March 5S ArrlvmV Steamer Wurzburg. Bremen. Railed: Steamers Sofia Hohenberg, Naples, Ven ice, etc.; La Provence, Havre; Main, Bremen; Oscar II., Copenhagen, etc.; Citta (11 Torino, Naples; Carpathla, Gi braltar, etc. Sable Island, N. S., March 2S. Steam er Graf Waldersec, Hamburg, Boulogne and Plymouth for New York in com munication with the Marconi station 580 miles east of Sandy Hook at noon. Will probably dock 8:30 a. m. Saturday. Brow Head. March 2S. Steamer La JTouralne, New York for Havre south west at o:so a. ni. vvm pruuaDiy reacn Havre 7 a. m. Friday. Steamer Amerika, New York for Ply mouth, Cherbourg and Hamburg, 170 miles southwest at 7:30 a. m. Will prob ably arrive at Plymouth at 1:30 a. m. Friday. Dover, March 28. Noon. Arrived: Steamer Vaderland, New York for Ant werp (and proceeded. Ponta Ferrarla, March 28. Passed: Steamer Friedrich der Grosse, Naples for New York. Lizard, March 28. Passed: Steamer Weimar. New York for Bremen, London, March 27. Arrived: Steamer Marquette. Philadelphia for Antwerp. Liverpool. March 2S. Arrived: Steamer Majestic, New York via Queenstown- HART MARKET CO, Easter Specialties. Connecticut Spring Lamb "Vermont Turkeys. Philadelphia Chickens and Capons. , Fresh Killed Fowls and Broilers Large Choice Jumbo Squabs. Sweet Breads and Calves Livers New Asparagus. New Potatoes New Beets. Green Mnt. Green String Beans. Our Stock is large and carefully selected. 180 TEMPLE STREET. j Telephone 443. A Positive CURE Ely's Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed. Gives Relief at Once. It cleanses, soothes heals and protects the diseased mem brane. It oures Ca tarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly. Be-glfty FPVfrfS stores the Senses of II" Taste and Smell. Full size 50 cts. , at Drug, gists or by mail ; Trial Size 10 eta. by mail Ely Brothers, C 6 Warren Street. New York. Messina. March 28. Arrived: Steamer Moltke, Alexandria for New York (re turning: from cruise). Queenstown, March 28. (1:05 p. m., sailed: Steamer Baltic (from Liverpool) New York. Brown Heart, March '28. Stenmer Nleuw Amsterdam, New York for Bou logne and Rotterdam, 170 miles south west at 11:15 a. m. Will reach Bou logne about 8 n. m. Friday. Isle of Wight, March 28. Passed: Steamer Smolensk, New York for Rot terdam and Llbau. Lizard, March 2S (4 p. m.) Passed: Steamer Pretoria, New York for Ply mouth and Hamburg. Bremen, March 27. Arrived: Steam er Brandenhurg, New York. London, March 28. Arrived: Steamer Philadelphia, Boston. Liverpool, March 28. Arrived: Steam er Saxonla, Boston via Queenstown. Plume, March 23. Sailed: Steamer Francesca, New York. Naples, March 23. Sailed: Steamers Montevideo, New York; 25th, Louisiana, New York. !A Voice From i The Stomach A BLOODLESS FIGHT BETWEEN A TABLET I AND A HABIT THE HABIT WINS. ! At the age of twenty-two Clarence! had good digestion. He had gastric J Juice that could dissolve doughnuts and turn apple:sklns into good blood corpuscles. . At the age of twenty-four he began; to be profuse about the waist and lean backwards. 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He would sit down at his meals with out the trace of an appetite, just be cause It was time to eat. He would often feel ft gnawing, un satisfied, "still-hungry" feeling in hl3 stomach, even after he was through eating, whether fcls meal was well cook ed or not. And he suffered a good many other things with his stomach that he could not explain, but that ,made him grouchy, miserable, out-o'-sorts and generally sour on everybody and every thing. " Finally he read an account, something like this, about tiie truly wonderful re sults obtained from Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets in all pases of'stomach trouble, dyspepsia, and so on. He bought a 63 cent box at the drug store and took the whole box. When he started he had little fallh and less appetite. When he finished he had absolute faith and more appetite, and more good ciieer. Things began to taste different and bet ter to him. Now he has no more dyspepsia, no more indigestion, no more loss of ap petite, brash, irritation, burning sen sation, heartburn, nausea, eructations, bad memory, or loss of vim and vigor. Remember, one Ingredient of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest for you 3,000 grains of food, just as it did for Clarence. This relieves your stomach of the work of digesting until your stomach can get strong and healthy again. Your stomach has been overworked and abused. It's fagged out. It needs a rest. Let Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do the work of your stomach. You will be surprised how fine you'll feel after eating, and how lusciously good every thing will taste to you. Heed the call of the stomach now! There's a world of good cheer in one box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets at any drug store, 60 cents. Send us your name and address to day and we will at ance send you by mall a sample package free. Address F. A. Stuart Co., 81 Stuart Building, Marshall, Mich, An abundance of Fresh Vegetables. 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D. 28-30 CONGRESS-AVENUE FAIR HAVES I?rsffMf .rtlt ifr LodIc over this and see if there i3 not JUaSlCrOuC something that iv oat of the ordina ry and then order for your dinner. , x Crown Roast Lamb Crown Roast Veal Porterhouse Roast Beef Sugar Cured Hams English Mutton Chops Fancy Saddles Lamb Almost every fresh green vegetable that grows including Peas, String Beans, Mushrooms, Egg Plant, Romaine Tomatoes, Rhubarb, Cauliflowers, Cranberries, Dandelions and Asparagus. SWEETMEATS Preserved Melon and Citron Peel Brandy Peaches. Figs and Cherries Maraschino Nuts Stuffed Prunes G-lace Fruits Salted Nuts, Olives, Chesses, too numerous to mention. Mince Meat JelliesBonbons FRUITS- TEL. 1978. THE S. W. HURLBURT CO. 1074 chapel st SUPERB EASTER HATS. No lady may fear this season on ac count of Easter hats. Muhlfelder's la now a perfect bower of beauty. No such creations were ever before dis played at any season. They are abso lute perfection. Hundreds have been charmed and made perfectly happy, and hundreds more will visit the em porium to-day and Saturday, and make their selections. Lovely hats of exqui site taste and finest workmanship await your inspection. Call to-3ayand see them. TO PRETEXT THE CRIP. LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine removes cause. To get the genuine, call for full name and look for signature of E. W. Uiove. lc. MA Boys' and Little Men's, Haven Company Chapel Street. ' WELCH & SON. WEST HAVEN Broiling Turkeys Philadelphia Capon Milk Fed Roasting Chickens Fancy Broilers Squabs Rliode Island Ducks Bremen, March 27. (11 p. m.) Sail-, ed: Steamer Trave, New Tork. Queenstown, March 28. Sailed: Steamer Haverford (from Liverpool), Philadelphia, London, March 28. Sailed: Steamer Minneapolis. New Tork. London, Maren 28. Sailed: Steamer Minneapolis, New YorK. Cheroourff, March 28. (S a. m.) Sailed: Steamer Kaiser Wilhelm ffrom Bremen and Southampton), New York. Many School Children Are Sickly. 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