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f NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1907.
c CI-" i& 1 T T T 7" It eanesaay eptember will be devoted to the exhibition of driatwe r a an THESE days Will see the formal presentation of the accepted styles in Suits, Cloaks, Costumes, Fabrics and General Accessories. II Pi 97-8 If ilWl K93SS, mm It " SI 5 I MM I iX 1 .tiWtMWBO.I'WW await Jfj " t ' 1 s i (SHARTENBERG & ROBINSON CO. Owners). W omens, Misses' and Children' High Cut Boots. Women's, Misses' and Children's High Cut Boots (seven v v high); Patent Colt and Kid. Women's Kid Button, Safety Heel, High Cut. . . Misses' Kid Button, High Cut. . . .'. . ... . Children's Kid Button, High Cut. Misses' Patent Colt Button High Cut. . ... . . ; . . .:. . Children's Patent Colt Button, High Cut. SEE WINDOW NUMBER 2. ' p $3) $3. $2.1" $3.i $2.1 ONLY GOOD .SHOES The New Haven ! Shoe Company 842-and 846 Chapel Street: I be held Friday evening, Nov. 1. Whee ler & Wilson's orchestra of Bridgeport, the same that furnished music at the last ibaH, has 'been engaged for .this year's event also. : ' To date th St. Francis' Drum corps of JTaugatuck, the Union City Drum corps, the GtenadiSrst of Milford, the Lancrafta of New Haven a.nd the Sey mour Drum corps have reported to tha Derby Drum corps officers ;that they will be present to paVtiolpate In the papqJe that Is to precede the social Saturday evening of .this1 week. ANSON I A DERBY SH ELTON ANSONIA. (Special Journal-Courier News Service.) Much Interest Is taken In the meet ing of the Jewish church which Is to 'be held in this city this evening. Trouble has been brewing among the members for some time which was In creased at the services held In the synagogue on'Oolburo street yester day morning. A. Oaplan was called upon to conduct the servicer instead of the regular rabbi, Samuel Bern etein. The latter'e friends feel the. elisfrt tendered iiiin &ni 3vill no doubt be heard from at the meeting this evening. The sixth annual convention of the Connecticut division of the Interna tional Sunshine society will be held In this city to-day at the Congregational church. The morning session of the convention will open at 10 o'clock and the afternoon session at 2 o'clock. All are cordially Invited to attend the con vention and as prominent speakers have been secured to make addresses at both sessions In all probability the church will be well aiim with normlfl j Interested, in this good cause. ' When the cases of Klem Pallako and Maxara Ploskon, charged with breach . of the peace and mutual assault, came up In the police court yesterday morn ing, Judge Bryant fixed next Saturday as the date for thd hearing, because the state was not ready to , try the cases. Mount Vernon chapter, E.' A. M., will meet to-night In Masonic hall. Ansonla tent, K. O. T. M., will imeet this evening In Foresters' hall, Danish Brotherhood meets to-night In German hall. Rev. Erltt B.' Schmltt, rector of Christ church, accompanied his son, Erhardt, yesterday to Philadelphia, where the latter will enter the Chest nut Hill academy for a course of study. The Children of Mary will meet this evening in the usual place. All mem bers are requested to be present. DERBY. leye, Superintendent of Schools Johr f W. Peck and City Clerk Donohue were I also present. The main factor for calling the meeting was, as President Kennedy stated, for organization. The various committees were appointed by , the uresident. When the bids were opened by the finance committee last evening at 8 o'clock which they advertised for for the alteration of the sewer on Olivia street between Fifth and Sixth streets it was found that Edward Tracy was the lowest bidder and the contract was accordingly awarded to him. Mr, Ma dorno was the next lowest bidder. Work on the alterations will be com menced Immediately. Eichard Braesil, Joseph Wulffe and .o the meeting went up on the regular trolleys, In the police court yesterday morn ing Judge Downs sentenced W drunks,1 Carl Arosmusson and Peter Shepard, arrested on Sunday, to thirty days in jail. When Arosmusson, -who is 70 years old and resides on Bradley street, New Havtn, heard his sentence pronounced he threw his hands up In despair and collapsed. WlFIELOlSIUlPlS AC IN ,"A GRAND ARMY MA SH ELTON. (Special JournalrCourier News Service.) A few of those football players who were present at' the meeting held last week at Nettleton's corner and who are very desirous of forming a football eleven to represent Shelton are trying their utmost to get the many line play ers in this place enthused over the matter and it looks as though their efforts will succeed. What these few are aiming at is to arraiige a schedule between elevens representing Ansonla, Derby and Sheltoh and they think If this can be arranged that the attend ance at the games will be large enough to make the project a feasible one. An sonla has two strong elevens while lnl Derby there Is the West Side Athletic club eleven 'and the BurtvlUe Athletic association la talking of forming an eleven. A meeting to further this plan will be held shortly. At the town meeting held la the town clerk's office last evening it was voted to appropriate the whole amount $20,000, required to build macadamized roads and for repairs. Resolutions were also drawn up stipulating on what roads the money should be spent. Edward Larkin, clerk In Z. C. Beard's grocery store, has purchased a fine bull dog from New York parties. The annual report of the town health officer Is now ready for distribution and shows the following figures: Meas les, 77 cases; scarlet fever, 5 cases; diphtheria, 39' cases; whooping cough. 3 cases; typhoid fever, 2 cases; tuber culosis, i cases. Walter Day and Samuel Rolllnson, who were arrested Saturday evening by Officer -Barnes, were fined $7 and costs, which they paid, In the town court, yesterday morning. The annual meeting of the W. C. T. TJ. will he held at the home of Mrs. Osborn on Caroline street this after noon at 2:20 o'clock. The whist which the St. .Mary's T. John Grady have 'returned from a two L- & B- scletV' which was to have days' sojourn with friends in Wood- Deen aflla at Ulc "m"c (Special Journal-Courier News Service.) At the meeting of the board of edu cation held in the city hall, last even ing the president, Lester Kennedy, was present, and members Thomas Mc McLeod, M.r, Nettleton and Dr, Beards- bridge. The equinoctial storm which contin ued all day yesterday interfered great ly With the plans of the Derby C. E. union. The union had secured a spe cial trolley which was to leave Wise's Corner at 6:30 o'clock to take the mem bers and friends to Beacon Falls where the union met. Owing to the storm, however, the special car was not tak en out of tha barn and ihose who went nan oil Otlvia street last evening, has been postponed Indefinitely. Every night the R. M. Bassett Hook ! ajid Ladder' Co.'e quaftcrs oh Third i street -are well filled with the mem i hers who are drawn to he ryoms fcy ! the very interesting games that are being played In tha pool tournament ' that is now going on. The ball com- 'inittee has engaged the New Haven Decorating Co. to decorate Gould ar mory for the annual ball -whloh is to This evening all those young ladies who took p'art in the entertainments given at the last St. -Joseph's fair are requested to meet in the chapel at 7:30 o'clock. Not so many who had planned to go to Beacon Falls last evening to attend the Derby C, L. union meeting went on account of the Inclement weather.' Still a large i number braved the storm and attended the meeting. Rev. M. C. Grif fin of this place, was the chief speaker. CREW BROUGHT HOME New London Schooner a Total Loss at San Domingo. New York, Sept 23. -The Clyde line steamer Cherekee, which arrived to-cfey from 8an Domingo, brought Captain Samuel H. Simmons and his crew of seven men of the American schooner (Jracebelle Taylor, of New London, Conn., Which went ashore on August 29 lh squally weather on the Island of Macoris, San Domingo. The vessel wa a total loss. She was buiit at New London in 1894. Her ton nage was 403. Splendid Interpretation g "Wes" Bigtlow in Belafj co's New Play. f ' .. . , , 1 p David Warneia has won anotherp! umph and stepped one rung highett the ladder of success as an artist, f has created a: living, Jovable, real I out of the role ot "Wes' Blgelowf which, part ho appeared in "A G -Army Man" for the first time ath Hyperion theater last evening. In of the excellent acting of every n' ber of his supporting company,! superb reality that Warfleld gaV? the honest, whole-souled Bigelow it' the part out above and about allff was jjaviq wavueta, Ms aotlng, his umph, and, back of him, the subtle! prestation of stage detail that has I en the master presenter, Belasoo, ability , to present the pibture as W uiujiy us it wa eone. It was the first night, but there an, absolute lack of anything? even gestive of a hitoh. It was as if ci wemoer 01 me cast naa' in same become imbued with the. wond stage presence and aotlnir of the at their heAd. There Were IbBg between the acts, but than isa seemed longer for the reason that auaienee wanted to see the man agi i-u wt (3.m Willi W eB isigeiow.i was. this that proved the finish, HicauioBB o$ wartjeiag wont, it ji i"n mmseii tnat neta th uiciiuo epimoouna oy nis acting, viuTO uui uvea uisre in orits vel-y eyes. There was a finesse, in Warfield picuon or the role that is hard ti serine, it was the detail the rai of an eyebrow, the twinkle of. hi.-1 that made- the finished work: that a. part of the perfect whole. It is I to select the place in whleh ' he best, but he roseto the greatest I matio effort at the end of the J act, vhen after learning that his a ed son is a thief, and having stl .. , " "111 utra 1UVIS m.o u, uv Bryonies an, and ft for him. it mie-ht h&v fiBn aoii- , done, but Warfleld's acting broug " wm purieciiy to a most mwu uioim. Mr. warfleld hag ceeded, he has triumnhert ae-aln After having been called befOrJ luouignts repeatedly, Mr. Warfiel ot ia tnird act, in an ext ly nervous manner, thanked the ence .for its acDreciation. Th authoir3 of the piece were then 0! oui, ana Mr. wejasco. after Severn s pearances said: ,fI wish to thanhf ior au tnis. T6u have . no idea pleased we all are. I can only say I have learned that a ftrsf nilf New Haven is a thing to be remeif ou wnn a great aeai or pleasure. Especial attention should also be ed to tha acting f Miss Marie Ba-J the role of "Letita," Wes' Bigrt housekeeper, and of Miss Antoil rerry 111 the part of "Hallie." Thft met wj.g particularly charming ii iiiioi iji-tuuiion or xne roio- given However, in Justice to the work the mention of those two demand recognition o the polished wor each member of the east. The story of "A Grand Army Mi that Of an old soldier whose entiri is bound up in the boy of a dead rade, whom he has adopted. Thd gambles away money given him I banked by the post of which his frj his worth to Halie, the daughter 4 judge whom his father has beatei office. There followed the seriel events leading up to his discover the intensely dramatic act in the 1 room, where, in spite of Biget pleading the boy is sentenced to ! on by the father of his svveetl) Then follow his release from r and hist forgiveness by the girl,, everything ended just as it is to b sired. Throughout the entire play 1 runs a subtle vein of humor thai lieves the highly dramatic parts o piece ot just the psychological mot While, in order to bring the piece in the prescribed time limit. It rot necessary to do some pruning, iu be a pity to taKe away one ornei that the trio of authors have Warfield and his compatriots. The staging was done by Ee whlnh would seem to be sayinff en The act in BbreldW's home was o the uiost perfect pieces of stegrt ting from every view point tna ho imucrinert. T ne wealtn of fietai the harmony of the entire pictur'i marvelous. Warfleld and Belasco have trluri again, and It is only to be hoped, is to bo expected, that as many learn to know the sweet, lovable Bigeiow as worshipped that rolo the great character actor made ff in the "Music Muster.'! . r