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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1908.
5 V- " I ' " t V M .it- pOOP A'S BANQUET1 j Dutch Supper, Followed Entertainment, Last Evening. by CENTENARY THIS FALL At Thru Time n Monster Ccdclirutlon is riiimiril to Tnko I'lnce, j The spirit of ".Saddles and Spurs" ) and of the 'galloping cavulry horses' ( hoofs gave zest to the banquet of the men of Troop A held last evening In the Lefflngwell 'building, although there was not a bugle blown and of necessity not a horse was present. The occasion was a Hutch supper and Jollification with plenty of both and to spare, especially the latter, The troop has been In the habit of holding banquets every year since Its organi zation seven years ago. Instead of a banquet It was deckled to have a Dutch supper for the good and suf ficient reason that a monster banquet is planned for next October In com parison with which the former af fairs of this nature In years past will be of the diminutive variety. It eeems that In the fall will come the hundredth anniversary of the estab lishment of the Second company nf the Governor's Horse Guard, of which the present organization of Troop A came as an offspring seven years ago. At the time of the monster centen ary celebration planned for next fall every veteran of the organization who can possibly be present In New Urn-en may be counted on as to be 1ere. Every effort will be made to make i the big banquet one which New Ha ven will long remember. The Dutch supper last evening was. as Its name suggests, of a very in formal order. The fun Increased as the evening wore on, as Is quite usual ly the case with Troop A affairs. Aft er Caterer Louis Metzgor had served excellent repast the funny men of, the troop and actors were let loose good and plenty. They were snppll mented In their efforts In the laugh line by Prof. W. Manning Reynolds and his daughter, who gave a very good musical act, following which Trof. Reynolds gave a monologue, which doubled up all his hearers. Joseph Sutherland of the Grays was the only other non-troop man called Into the festivities. In ns up to date an Irish costume as ever sallied forth from Dublin or Cork he gave a little monologue and song ad that he called "A Bunch of Irish Nonsense." lAnd tTue it was to Its title for the laughs came In bunches that kept the troop members In a hilarious mood. Some of the members of the troop who took part In the entertainment and Jollification were John H. Rntwer, Otto Metss, Frank Carglll and Adolph Krahl. The cemmltteTirrliargP'or trip rlln rmr was composed of the following: fergeant Samuel W. Smith, Sergeant Henry Lord, Sergeant John Hug'), Quartermaster Dvight B, Snow, and Corporal C. S. Jones. AT LOCAL. THEATERS HYPERION. ridcllfth Way To-night Hitchcock To-morrow "Iind of Nod." A Yiddish play will be the attrac tion In this city to-night at the Hy perion theater when the famous New York all-star Yiddish company direct from New York city, will make Its ap pearance hem in Its great success "The Martyr," a play of Yiddish life In four acts Interwoven with sweet Yiddish music from the pen of a well known writer. This play and the great atars,, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Xathanson, are known to th Yiddish public and will be seen to great ad vantage during this engagement. Raymond Hltoliooek, One of the most Interesting attrac tions booked for the Hyperion Is Henry W. Savage's comic opera with , Raymond Hitchcock, which will be seen at that thea-ter to-morrow nlcht. The piece is written by Rich ard Hardin Davis. Wallace Irwin and I Into bed and pulling the blankets over Alfred O. Robyn, and there have been ! him. few musical plays received with as Reside Hip there Is another llttl much appreciation. The humor Is ! "hlg thing" on the bill. It Is laddie delightful and the nuiHlc einacks of an,! originality and (lavor particularly catching. Mr. Savage has mounted "A Yankee Tourist" elaborately, and the 'cast and crus have been select ed with a view of giving Mr. Hitch cock an unusually wlrong support. Among the cast are Flora Zabelle, Helen Hale, Eva Fallon, Susie For rester Cawthorn, Herbert Cawthorn, Wallace Beery, Harry Lan E. II. Phillips, Philip Smalley, F,. Terry Parsons and others of eo,ual note. "I.hikI of Xod" Seat Sale. Although "The Land of Nod" will rot be aeen In this city until Friday and Saturday, April 3 and 4, the box office has already been deluged with Inquiries and requests that seats be reserved for this engagement. The management has therefore decided to accept mall orders for this special performance and all orders will be filed In the order of their receipt. All HERRMANN'S PABST CAFE 756-758 Chapel St, MERCHANTS' NOONDAY 25c LUNCH 25c MEM' AVEIIMIMII AV, A I'll 1 1, 1. Mil P. Consomme Maeedoine Puree Fauljunno I ISII Boiled Tom I od - Brrnolse, uvrii i;f Irish stew Dublin Htyle HO A NT, Prime Rib- Hoefflu Jua Leg Nntlve Yenl VEnr.TAm.Ef. Polled and MnMieil pntntne Htewed Tomatoes nr,str,nT. Apple Slump -Vanilla Sauce Apple. Lemon Mer'na-ie mil Custard Pi.i Tea. and C-fef All our pies. piKV.Inr!, '.i.istrlen, ete marie by our own ehf-f, ,ndl"s' Cafe up sulrs. Also meals a la carte. remittances should bo made payable! to .Manager ISIdrldge, It Us expected ! that standing room will be at a pre.- nilum fur thl.1 engagement so those who buy their peats early will avoid disappointment, NEW HAVEN. "Tho Girl of Knlo Hnncli" n Winner I'nmoiis I ia ml Coming, A lurge audience witnessed the pre- scntutliin of the sensational western drama "I he Girl of Eagle Ranch" with the clever comedienne, Miss Ma- mle Fleming In the title role, support ed by an excellent company at the New Haven theater ln?t night. This play Is a four act melodrama and Is denominated as of the sensational class, but Its sensation Is not overdone and its excitement Is sane and judi ciously Improvised, The comedy spir it predominates, and there Is little of the lachrymose to be found. Ml-'s Fleming with charming naturalness, girlish enthusiasm and bubbling spir its, plays the role of "The Girl" and as. an untutored child of the west she Is the embodiment of breczlness. Hetween acts three and four V, H. Gracoy Introduces a clever musical specialty which brings down the house. The performance will be giv en again to-day, matinee and night, and Is well deserving of a visit. The Ho.vnl Hand. Director Erik Hocgberg, the leader of the Royal Kronoherg Regiment band, that will appear at the New Haven theater In grand concert on Friday night, April 3, is one of the noted military musicians of .Sweden. To his efficiency and energy are In a great measure du" the name and fame of the celebrated organization. Lieutenant Hocgberg, as Is his mil itary title, received his first musical and military training at the Royal Svea Uodyguards, all the lower mili tary grades of which be has passed while a stud-nt at the Royal Academy of Music of his native city of Stock hop from the tender age of thirteen years. Rarely mure than seventeen was Hocgberg. when he became n member of the Royal court orchestra of the Stockholm opera. In 198 he passed his examination and was grad- ""ted from the Royal Academy of Music ns director musices of said famous Institution of learning. The advance sale is now open, and seats are rapidly selling. mu MMru uoy" cast i.ahgk .Tames V. I'nrsonx AVUI I'lny 'Tatty Schmidt" Again Next Month. 'Arrangements for the production of the "Drummer Iloy of Shlloh." at the New Haven theater, under the auepieea of America lodge, No. f2. K. of P., next month are progressing rapidly, and it Is probable that th cast will be an nounced very shortly. The part of "Fatty Schmidt," which will again be played by James F. Parsons Is not a Dutch part anywhere else but In New Haven, and Mr. Nail has made the part suit Mr. Parsons to a nicety. There has ben some slight changes In th piny lneo u last production here, and It will be given this time In this city for tb first time anywhere under the new version. The cast Is a large one, there being 25 women beside a Iargr number of men than when put on here bef.ire. The books are expected the latter part of the week and rehearsals will commence at once. The committee having the arrangements In charge are William J. Fuller, who in tho chair man, and also rhalrman of the wavs and means committee of the lodge; Clinton H. Kibhe and Frank 11. Mul ler. POLI'S. Little Hop Is the Wrr Alt nut Inn There This Wrrk. It's real vaudeville at Poll s nw the ater this week, snappy, clever vaude ville, with a little bit of everything and not too mii'h of anything. I.ittl" j Hip the elephant I the star. Hip's work as a program hoy pleased last night and the manage, mcnt promises that he will hold the Job the re.t of the. week, matinee and evening. On the Mage Hip Is just as clever as off. He stands on his head and on hie hind lets, walks on two eg. glvea an Imitation of a drunken elephant, sits at a table and orders "one more," sits on a chair and does all kind? of other stunt, finally winding up by Jumping 'hn. "1f" English boy comedian, Just turning IB, according to the program. Laddie ha most of the "Just turning 40" comedians barked off the boards for originality and good comedy. "The Six Little Girls and Tlielr Ted fly Rear." something real new, feature Everett. Hi'ott, Seolt was seen here as the active brown bear In "The Had Boy and His Teddy Hears" at another the ater a short time ago. He was the I whole show In that production. Some body baa plucked hint and put him on In vaudeville with the girl act. and he kept the women and children scream ing last night. "The Mule Girls" are of extra sweet type and have several new eongs nnd dances, MrKenzle, Shannon Co., with "A Shlim Flirtation,' seen here before, pleased again. Shannon's old song, "Chum Highball," Mill wins. Harry & Wolford, the town toph-s, tickle talkers .have gogs that are all new and also some clever parodies. The Camille Comedy trio of acrobats gives the jdiow n lively opening and the Exposition Four In a musical act delighted those of musical car. BIJOU. "u flnrry" UliN 1'alr t Outdo last Scflsoit1! Itci'ord. '"Pu Harry" this week's attraction at the HIJou theatre promised to outdo Its last season's record, The second per formance of this famous play Is prov ing more popular, if such a thing were pf'sidlile, thin Its first offering by the 1'IJou Stock. In costuming and scenic effects It Is the most artistic success ever presented on the HIJou stage, Miss Gertrude Shlpman In the title role s charming as usual and the role, one of her best, Is Interpreted In her usual artistic manner, She Is well sup ported and the work of the entire company In worthy of commend.itlon Friday the first picture of Miss Ship man in street costume ever printed, will be tho sjuv enlr. CHARITY CONCKKT. Announcement Ilcptnllng Affairs In Music llnll Sunday, The announcement given out by J. T. Hendricks, who is arranging the pro gram for the charily concert to be i given Sunday evening, April 5, Mush; 1 hull, that there was still good local 'talent In the city, that had mil had the : opportunity of iifferltiK their service ! lor thin cause, has already brought ,., ,.esults. S(,Vl,val uf tlu, ollos cur.d l8 juvenile orchestra of some ! elghteen or twenty boys of this city, ranging from ages of fifteen to tvventy years of age, and who will be under the leadership of M ister Richard Don ovan. This ulone should prove a novel ty as all the boys are good musicians. Another one that no doubt should prove a drawing card Is the services of Frank D. Nelson, the well known stage direc tor and comic opera comedian. Then there are a number .of others who have responded whose names will be an nounced later. The subscription list for tickets has proven very satisfactory so far, as the prices will be popular, 25 and 50 cents, dure Is no doubt but a good attendance will be given this concert. The full program will be printed later week. In the IIOMUSTKM) KIXK. Hemming Popular Among the Many Skaters. Skating Is one of the sports which every girl should take In while still very young, for the art while easily acquired by gentlemen is one that adults bite to learn as an adult begin ner appears rather ridiculous on skates and Is moreover much iiarder to teach. A girl never looks more graceful, more beautiful than when she Is skat ing across the floor, her cheeks glowing with exercise, bcr eyes sparkling, her motions dashing and birdlike In their quickness anil assurance. The manage ment of the Homestead rink, has en gaged competent Instructors to teach those who are Just beginning. Wednesday evening, April 1, two gold rings will be given to the must popnl.ir skaters who visit the rink. GOVKHNOll ASKS STATU I'TtOUi;. Harrix of Ohio Crgcs Swooping Inves tigation of All 1'iihlio OflliTH. Coin lbus, ()., March 31.--Oove.rnor Harris sent a message to the Ohio as sembly to-day In which he says: "No Investigation ought to be con ducted except for the purpose of re vealing the exact truth and Improving thiv nubile service. "With this end In view, I ask once more for such executive a-tlon as will secure an Immediate, thorough and Im partial Investigation of every office, de partment and institution in the State. "I recommend the Immediate passage under a suspension of the rules, of a bill authorizing a thorough Investiga tion to tie begun at oncn of all offices, fl'partnifintH, boards and Institutions of the State and t be mndiictcd by a commission composed of men of recog nized standing and reputation through out the States, one front each of the two political parties to he appointed by the governmnt, with the approval of the senate." Cook With Ca Ten Cents a Day. If 21-16 York 21-18 York Terms CASK Order This offer is made to secure orders early and do the piping work before the busy season. The New Have HARLAN THE LAST Norwich Man Only Surviving Connecticut Brigadier-Gen-eral in Civil War. Edward llarland of Norwich, who commanded llarland's brigade In the Mnth corps ut the battle of Antle tam, September 17, lsiii, Is tho only t'oimectli'iit man now living who wore the star of a brigadier-general In the Civil war. Lyon, Sedgwick and Mu.na- ! Held fell in the Meld. Alfred 11. IVr- j ry, Joseph It. llawley, Robert I). Tyler j Henry W. lien ham, Henry V, Weswla and Horatio Gates right were In the galaxy of heroes with General Har land, when tho war was ended. The old commander of Connecticut men In the N'lnth corps is tho only one re maining. Of the brevet brlgndler-generals from Connecticut, who came out of tthn servke, there are four left. They are Hraytoit Ives uf New York cUy, Erastus I'.lakeslee of l.trookllne, Mass,, Edwin 8. Greeley of this city, and Kd ward W. Whlttakcr of Washington, D. c, ' PK.RK KM'.Y MEN'S CIA R. At Cilv Mission IIoiinc, Orange Street. To-night. The Berkeley Men's club will meet for lis weekly session at. S o'clock this evening at the City Mission House, No, 201 Orange street. All are welcome, with free admission during the "Social Hour" from ? to 9 o'clock. Tickets will be ready In preparation for the con cert of the Yale College Glee club (1011) to be given nl the Mission House for the benefit "f the Reilteley .Men's club on Friday evening of this week. Tick ets for this concei t of w hich further iii.i lee win he given, can also ne oo- tainel at the Mission House nfllce. to TO TIGHT i)isi;.sr,. Stale TiihemilosU Commission Meet nt New Havrn April IS. The commission appointed by Gov ernor Woodruff to 'Investigate tuber- miosis anil make out a report con- tabling recommendations tl.fit will be considered by the next General As sembly will bold a hearing In the al dermen's chamber In City ball. Wed nesday afternoon, April IS, between 2 and 4 o'clock. The meeting here will be devoted largely to a consideration of tenement bouse conditions as related to tuber culosis. " 1 D'ARMOXI) U'.CTntK MONDAY. Congressman from Missouri In Ad - dress 'nlo l aw scliool Mmieni.s. Congressman David U. P'ArMon.l of Missouri, will deliver an address to the students of the Vale I,aw school next Monday night. While In the cby he will be the guest of Alexander Troup 1VWII W1IKATON WAS m icinr. New Mllford. March .T 1 . -At an In filled held to-day in the ease of Pnvld beaten, w ho was found dead In bed with a bullet hole In the right temple, Coroner lllgglns of Wlnsted, gave n verdict nf suicide. Mr. Wheiton leaves one son. 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WKDNKSDAY, ATRIL 1. Mr. mid .Mrs. ( lina, .Vitlinimnn Assists, I by a Cast of Yiddish Players In "THI1 MAMTVR.' A I'lny of Yiddish Ufa In Four Act Interwoven w tth Music. Prices: : .ir.c, 5e 7Re $1. Set sale Monday, Hyperion Theater. THi'RsnA.y, Armr, 2. I-Iniy Ffivngi offers nAOIOM) HITCHCOCK III the Now Cninlc Opera Hit, "A Ynnkee Tiurlt." Tly Richard Ilnrdlng Davis. Wallace Irw in and A. CI. Bohyn, Prkes: 25c, liOe.i 75e $1, $1.50. Seat sale Tuerday, Carriages at 11. li. D. HCNNIIM,, Manager. MONDAY, TI.KSDAY, WKDNESDAY. March 30, 31, April 1. Matinee Wednesday. MISS MAMFI5 KI.RMISO In "Hie lilrl of RiirI Rnnehl The Great Musical Western Drama. RELll-'liAR POPULAR PRICES. FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIt, 8. Urand Concert by ths HOY At, KIIONOBIIIir. REGIMENT H.tMl. Sweden's Crack MUUry Orchestra 3.1 PICK ED MLSK'IANS 35 . Seat sale opens Monday at Box Of fice. Prices. 6u.c, 75c, and U. Bijou Theatre. SYI.A CSTIlll Z. POt. I, Proprietor. ENTIRE AVEEK OF MARCH 8J. HIJou Thenlrr Stork Companj, 'DC nARnv." Poll's Popular Prices: Uc, 20e, 80s. Ladles at matineea with children re ceive special attention. Souvenir mat- Ine Friday. Dally matlneei. Scats reserved In advance. Tel. 5011., . POLINEW THEATER ENTIRE WEEK OF MARCH 3). MTTI.R HIP. 7 OTHER BIG ATTRACTIONS 7 Added Feature I, A 111)1 H CI.H'F. TOLI'S rOPL'LAR PRICES HOMESTEAD SKATING RINK. . OPKX FOR THE SEASOX. Admission 10 cents, Including Dnm-lng from 10:15 to 11:15 ' Skating 15 cents. YALE GOLF CLUB. R. D. PRYDE, Professional. CITV MKMBFRSII1P $12.00 RUMMER MEMBERSHIP $5.00 TAKE WINCHESTER AVENUE CAR to substitute Taft'a nam for Cannon's was tabled by a vote of 105 to 17. After I a bitter flRht, a motion to make Taft second choice was tabled, 63 to B9. Thank Goodness! I'm through Carrying Coal. 1186 Vulcan $27 184 HB Vulcan $20 balance $2 each month). prices. ft ii m i ii'iiuii iiM-i.!-aujuiiii'jiuii.iwi